Tolleston High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Gary, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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Although many of the old buildings are still in use, new ones are being added steadily, The Tolleston Centennial was a gala affair held for one week in uly. During this week there was much excitement with parades street dances fire- works pageants presented every night and picnics All of the women had to belong to the Sisters of the Swish and the men to the Brothers of the Brush or else they were penalized in the kan garoo court held several times a week What a wonderful week to remember' Three churches which a mayonty of Tolleston students attend are Sacred Heart Church, St john s Lutheran Church and Westminster Presbyterian Church Other churches in our community attended by our students are Tolleston Christian Church, and Calvary Lutheran Church The Fudd Plant which was constructed yust a few years ago produces automobile parts Although the Dari Maid is patronized by a large percentage of high school students other members of the community find it an enloyable eating place Tah Rah Rah, Boom, Te-ay' Sacred Heart Church t john s Lutheran Church 42'- TY, l fm KHXXA PX oJ"!Q47kX get-LT xr' OX fa LK Ly, .L rn Q X ml-K g 70 3 vfv f x g-yn? . ill., I- XXXIIIIW7 nh Bd P1 Tllesr D Amd tm t AH" if C Q..-szf:-" Nlule Tram What ll Y0l haven 'Tsv-L Ummm Good 'll 6 CHOOL lue Rrders of Tolleston "' The amusements of the school are enyoyed by both the students and the teachers workmg together The Donkey Basketball game whtch was held rn Nlemorral Aud IIOIIUFD 1n February proved to be a r1p roanng game The Dan Mard has always been a favorrte eatmg place for Tolles ton students at lunchtrme as well as after games and dances When the lunch hour rolls around the boys gym was used as a lunch toon' for the boys In order to boost the team s mor ale enthusrasttc grrls made posters not only for the sectxonals but also for season games The old butldmg was g1ven the new look when the pamters redec orated all the rooms The Tolleston basketball team was nubrlant after becommg Cary s 'Secuonal Champs for the fttst time Agann thts year the mxxed chorus yomed wtth the concert band for the annual sprmg concert 4' P f Q 9 A , . k .W , . 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It was nothmg Coach' ' Pullmg the heart szrmgs' Mus1c bv the angels and lyrxcs by the Lord' Guldance Tolleston Hrgh School was the frrst school rn fary to orrgrnare che gurdance and extra currrcular program A a matter of fact Tolleston srnce 1948 has been the only Cary h1gh school to conform to the state ruhng of frfry frve mmute perrods Thrs resulred not m a longer school day but a shorter one to the eternal blessmg of both students and tea chefs Fach Niorday durmg the Gurdance hour at 2 30 fresh men and sophomores remarned rn therr home rooms to drscuss topxcs useful to them rn therr school and socral lrves Pccasronally speakers and movres helped ro sup plemenr drscussrons unrors and senrors spent Wednesdays rn rhexr home rooms Therr drscussrons were based on such ropncs as conrrollrng rherr emouons gorng ro college and secur mg and holdrng ,obs Our Gundance leaders? A S 1.95 Today s drscu sxon 15 on The Freshmen srudy77 Soph s prepare for Gurdance Day Good yob Frrtzl HOME R00 TI ITIE Ready' Arm' Fnre Max if After three years of the homeroom system rnnovatron students and teachers alrke lnve apprecratedrts merrrs Durlng thls homeroom hour the last hour of the school day the teachers have had the opportumty to meet wrth the clubs whlch they sponsor grve make up tests to students who have been rll or who need help or catch up on regular class work The students have lrked the homeroom system smce they were able to atrend cfub meetrngs of therr chorce get extra work or help from the teachers, or spend the hour studyrng Naturally thrs has been a decrded advantage for rt permrtted actrve partrcrpatron rn school actrvrt es leavmg after school txme for part trme work study or lersure CI We should never show our age How much longer, Seamstress7 wha! 15 If 7' Our last look , Q, i 'W 1 , Q in 'Nm I 1 ACT I ACT II ACT IV ACT V ACT VI ACT VII nopsls of ADMINISTRATION CLASSE S MUSIC AUDITORILM ACTIVITIES SPORTS Il PAGE PAGE PAGE 64 PAGE 72 PAGE PAGF O - - 12 - - 22 ACT III - PUBLICATIONS - PAGE 58 - - 78 - - . 94 AD I I TRATIO M james W Standley Prmcrpal Mr Henry Rowland Asst Prmcrpal ---4 1- " Mr Ralph Muller Asst Supermten dent Mr Charles D Lutz Supermten dent Mr Dana Whrtmer Asst Super mtendent The adrmmstratxon of tl: Gary School Sys tem consrsts of frve members of the school board Mr johnDav1es Mr Arlre Premo Rev J Claude Allen Mr Emery Badamsh and Mr joseph A Luckey to whom falls the res ponsrbrlrty of establrshtng school polxcy whrch rs ably enforced by Supermtendent Charles D Lutz and hrs two assrstants Mr Dana Whrtmer and Mr Ralph Muller To Mr james W Standley and Henry Row land prmcrpal and assrstant prmcrpal of Toll eston fall the task of carrymg out board pol rcres wxthrn Tolleston School and creatrng harmony and cooperanon between teacher par- ent and the commumty BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr john Davres Presrdent Mr Arlre Premo Reverendj Claude Allen Mr Emery Badanrsh Mr joseph Luckey Mrs Gladys McCroskey, school nurse tended to the cuts and bruises, administered tuberculosis patch tests gave hearing tests and kept track of the ills and ails of the en tire Tolleston student body and its neighboring grade schools, Washington, Ivanhoe and the Ivanhoe Ptoyect To Mrs Ida Magroudis, school welfare worker, fell the huge task of keeping tab on the attendance records of the students, of having conferences with students and parents and issuing work permits to those students finding remun eratrve employment The high school office staff was composed of Mrs Doro thy Gaskr and Miss joan Kish who replaced Mrs Flame Denta in February They had the ,ob of making out the pro grams for the students and keeping records of the school s finances In the grade school office Mrs Bette Korwek and Miss Dolores Slys took charge of the enrollment requisitions, and the distribution of lockers ECRETARIAL FORCE High School Gffice Staff Miss joan Kish, Mrs. Doroty Gaski, Mrs. Elaine Denta. KJ Grade School Offlce Staff WFLFARF DFpARTMFNT Mrs Bette Korwek, Mrss Dolores Slys YN Xi G vw S Nurse Welfare Director Mrs Gladys McCroskey Mrs Ida M3g1O11d1S XV ' 1 1 1 ' ' 'L ' i 'I . 1 - . 4 ' - ' 1 2 1 ' A Q I . ' f Q . , K . . ,D g - . 1 . 1 , H v K H . ' I ,uk . X , . ,vp 'K , . A x , I I 1 A ,nf fr Q5 . l - 4 , Q N . WI, - X 2 ' f 1 , . ,N - Y urdance Director Mrs Mnldred Gilpin Commerce Mr. Fred Elkins Mrs. Wanda Stevens . 5, L . 1' 1: aj 'v 7,55 A' gn. W N. 5313 M 5 1 1.1, 'H I-vi . S .gif n H Q" ,gl .3 l :- K yt FACULTY Science Miss Edith Wallace Mr Orville Fisher TEST TODAY 'ya M English Mrs. Mary Jeffries, Mrs. Martha Dilley, Mrs. Virginia Moffatt, Miss Julia Baran. la+.?2f'Ss Y Socral SfL1d1CS Mxss Anna Marsh Mr Charles Wrse Mr Donald Lrttle As fxttrng drrectors of such a great play the teachers have grven unstrnungly of thexr knowledge and txme They have taught durrng regular class tnme and rn spare trme rf nec essary They encouraged therr stu dents to want the most of lrfe and trred to prepare them for therr de srres Almost every teacher m the hrgh school was sponsor or chaperone for school orgamzatrons It was drffrcult to say whether teacher or student was more serrously mter ested rn these extra curncular ac t1v1t1es Many of our teachers were excel lent examples of the meanmg of ed rts meamng but lrved nt by atten drng pep sessxons and athletnc events Although teachers meetmgs at Tolleston School were not burden ous, problems were many The may onty of problems centered not a round what they could do for them selves but what more they could do for the students to make more successful lrves for them to make stars of them Fme Arts Nlr Edmund Brelskr, Band D1r ector Mr Irvm Elser Art Mrss Charlotte Domroese, Musxc M John Zucker, Ass t Band Drrec or Y school spirit. They not only preach- , . . Y ll ll 9 - ' , n : ' 3 ,r. 1 ' - t . FACULTY Physxc al Fducauon Coach August Boro 'vhss Doro thy Madole Coach oe Vance BUARD Mr:E TODAY I Dramatxcs Mnss Evelyn ones Mr M1tche11Gerb1ck NN-. aw Mxhtary SCICHCC -5 'S 'K Sgt C11ffordC Monroe v Q Sgt Clmton D Phxllxps Industrxal Arts Nhss joan Huffmgton Khss Phxl omena Beck M1ss Vxrg1n1a Nhles Mr Patrlck DxPao1a Mr Fail Fhck Mr W1ll1am Hayes mi 'vi 1 PARE T TEACHER ASSOCIATIO The Parent Teacher Assocrarxon, or P T A as rt rs more famrlxarly known, played rts usual part of estab lrshrng an understandmg of parents teachers, and students all workrng to gether for the same goal The P T A sponsored and partrcr pated rn many servtce projects One such proyect was a round table drscus sron on the ments and demeuts of the homeroom system The panel leadmg the drscussxon consrsted of Mr J W Standley,pr1nc1pal Mr Henry Rowland assrstant prmcrpal several teachers and students One of the brggest proyects of the year was the senes of leadershxp mee 23 to February 13 lst Row Mrs T Little, Recordmg Secretary Mrs D Keeney, Presrdent Mr E Goforth, Mrs C Yagelskr, V1cePresrdent, Mrs E Karr, Correspondmg Secretary 2nd Row Mrs M Lazar, Mrs F Rosko, Mrs W H111 Treasurer Mr H Rowland AsstPr1nc1pa1 Mrs A Wanthal, Mrs H Flemmg - . . ., Y . l 1 - 1 5 v tings, held once a week from january "Tea and conversation." : . . 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ADVISORY COU CIL Offrcers Mrs Albert Hulr Secretary Treasurer Mrs Tracy Burr Presldent Mrs Ralph Damels Program Charrman Mrs Alvm Wanrhal Ass t Secretary The purpose of the Tolleston School Advrsory Councrl whxch orrgmated rn 1937 rs to work wrrh the prmcrpal rn contnbuung helpful rdeas for the well bemg of the school Meeungs of the councrl were held the rhrrd Monday of every month at the Darn Mard To fmance therr annual pro, ect of gxv mg a grft to each graduatmg senror members of the councll and teachers contrxbuted recrpes for a cook book that was sold ro Tolleston housewrves Also dunng the year members of the Advrsory Councrl made a tour of the nearby Standard O11 Company rn Whmng and vrsxted the Olson Rug Company of Chxcago Mrs G Malls Mrs Floyd Dawson, Mrs S Kostelnrk Mrs R Damels Mrs T Butt Mrs A Hult Mrs F Smrth Mrs J Helwrg Mrs J Bean Mrs J Jasrak Mrs S Malxngs Mrs J Blelskr Mrs I Flser Mrs A Wanthal Mrs E Saager K 1 4 . . . . . f 1 ' . L - ' a . . . . . . . . 1 . . , 1 N, . . A . . .. M ' ,- ,N N . N.. . ,rv 'iw 1 ' . . l . ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 . ' . . . 1 ' r 1 1 ' - 1 , . .......--l. Y ' n I I . . , . . . , . . , . . , . . , . -. , . . , . . , . . , . . , , - , . . . , . . , . . . BA D B00 TER The Band Boosters was orgamzed to help promote band actrvrtxes Boos ters chaperone band trrps assrst rn makmg arrangements for the annual band sprmg concert and dxstnbute nckets for sand concert By holdmg bunco partxes and raf fles, the members have been a great frnancxal ard to the band Band Boosters are parents of past and present band members and such then xnterest and loyalty are unfarlmg Offrcers Mrs Albert Hult, Vrce-Presrdent Mrs Ed mund Brelskl Recordmg Secretary Mrs Paul Botman retary 1st Row Mrs O McFarland, Mrs E Kucmskr Mrs A Skxfano Mrs F Bella Mrs T Bntt 2nd Row Mrs E Jacoby Mrs L Flrpo Mr E Blelskr Mr O McFarland Mr A Novak Mrs D Blanltmshrp Mrs E Brelskn , 7 ' Q 1 as 1 5 ' : . 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X " W + iz, f Q 2 E 'Y 5 Q '5' Class Offrcers jerry Korwek Vrce Presrdenr Davrd Kammslu Treasurer Shrrley Carter Secretary Mary Ellen Krsylra Presndent FRE HMAN jerry Charochak Arlene Chestovxch Donald Cnvnlerte Charles Coates james Collms Patrlcra Corey Gary Cunnxngham Helen Davis Raymond Degeneffe Richard Dobxs Stanley Dobxs Peggy Bowen Anthony Calwlure Shrrley Carter Donna Belec Frank Bella '91 Laura Borausky Adela Chapa fe-v P arncxa Bausw ell Vladxmrr Bekresh 'VN 24 IW! lah gf' 5- A Rose Marie Baio if f 9 5 'i l 'r """' wr -gif 73? Y ,1- . Q : i , .1 - . 5 ' , . ' 1 l , 2 v ' V 5 - . , Q .I - s l 1 , L " '- r ' .Q '-7 ',. .A l ' -4 e A ,s -v " I 1- U S3 . 1 4 QA 1 C, or ,, 2, ' ' "V 07' , 3 l ' "' xg' , .1-,C x 'C ' , X C f vi - , 'Q' . X. A A . . I -.- Ns-AL' ,N ug V X Q 1 v ' 4 7' 1 I S4 I f, XX 4' . K , f A b A " I K W Q ' if . rl 1 J I 1 V W ,. ' V ' I K: x vi ,gn X 'uve X - fo .5 w . I ' D - . . '. ' ,Ag -. gg J, .' -. 1" l Y n or my ' -1 N' 5 I H' 4' . ' ' ' x' 'A l . 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WW Nd' A Sonja Osika Sandra Palm ateer Benjamin Ploszoj Eugene Ploszoj Donald Pluto Rosemary Popa Sylvester Prude Vincent Pupillo Sharon Richmond Dorothy Rom anow ski Robert Rosser Michael Rowzkowski Gerald Ruschak Sandra Sandusky Allan Sassman Shirley Sawochka Carol Saynak Wilma Shrader William Shukitis Dorothy Sierkowski "And then he Perry Stout Sonya Suleman Martin Sum Patricia Sum Shirley Thomas Herbert Tolman Marcella Tomko Angela Urycki Anna Vandermolen Veronica Vernarsky Ruth Vician john Wachowski Patricia Wall janet Wana: Theodore Wanthal Andrew Wargo Ursula Watson Geraldine Wierzba Richard Wierzba Ronald Williams may , -as-A .wr gp' E l H , ,rr. ,, t. Y rm , . A " -" "' 'F , 'W iv 54. 'M kiv . 5 v---vb fl , ' ' N, w,,,1M,,' V' 'P f K wr. ,M I s 3 in . - Q ' iv 4 . ad A 1 ' ' F' ' ' 'J P , ,A . -av-5, , 1 ' f it T We .0 3 - 2 IU' i -.9 sf' 'GFI 5,1 5 ra le lin! Milo Woldahl ' Lois Holter ' T ' ' ., QL .Wi joseph Yaros ,V i ww- 5 aw. , 'f 4 t. Hey wait for mel!" A - -.. 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QR 'U Nw 13-8- 'Nu' -rv X., l Gerald Drvnyak Pamela Drxon Mrchael Fabxan Geraldme Fedorchak Elenore Flemrng Florene Foremskx Martha Fuller john Glordano Marranne Glad Catherine Gotsos Nancy Cregor Ronald Grennes Barbara Haggard 49" C47 v""'l xr , 1 "9 'sf' 'Tk 1 1 T' .all- Y' ames Hargens Leslre Haskett Charles Hecker john Hnll Mary Hllton Alrce Hodorek Leona Holtz Ann Holub T I -5:4 , 4 , ef F' as 3' na' 'l 9 1 5 l if 'sv' Carol Jacoby Donald jancovrch Loretta jasrak Myron jaworsky M1ll1e jones L 31 Arlene Kaboff Leo Karnrath Germame Kalma Jn lk Wanda Kamza Davrd Kaplan Mary Lou Kmg Corrme Klrmzak john Klrnger Evelyn Kokmda jo Ann Kosac 42 :Nt if .ve Ronald Kramer E11 Kvachkoff Gerald Lach Carol Lamer Kathleen Larson Chnsr Lazo Ahce Lepp Eugene Leto Irene Levy Mary Ann Lmdsay 1 L , 1 , . 4 X f' e l lui Lf 'M 7 Robert Morse Mary Mosrello Dorothy Mounce Carol Murchmsky Darlene Muzek Io Ann Nelson fn JA Marrlyn Lxsek George Lowe Frances Malgs Rrchard Mahs Lawrence Marmo Rrchard M artm Ann Martmez Lawrence Martxs Edward Molder Elrzabeth Monacy When ir's Springtime up North "' jame s Newcome Helen Nrckovxch Vrrgrma Nobles Irene Nowakow ski uw-A 'YF' xg 11 "U" 'ev ""'.7 NEW? 4 x H ? 4 L fe L 5 uf I wA-- 'lrl , i n n . ff' Q , A rl' A , L .NI . ml 7 I 5 . A Eiliwiifffli fair", ' ,.., - - . ,- so as L ra L ? X K ' . if In . tvs' , :rl Vk,,Vkk Wk ti ' .V"' Q 5 W-1 Karen O Brock Ahcra Ocasro Phxllxp Oresr Mary Ann Ozug Loretta Pawm sk1 l Q'-we-I Jo Anne Pawlrckx D1ane Pmkerton james Prxley Ronald Pushka Eleanor Puzas Nancy Rappatta Norma Rathff Martha Renn wi. wm Q' C.. , 1-r"Y ,gy 'haf N-.,, ok . fi john Rxchmond Gerald Roach Donald Rocker Phyllxs Rogers Shrrley Sadow sky Shxrley Salmx Lena Sapmo Patncxa Sarbenoff Robert Sassman Margaret Sebben Jo Ellen Serbin Raymond Sero cka Herbert Smith ' 'LL' -,"' 4 if T' - .2 . 4 4- "' 7 . 9 s A av R lx R "Y - 1 I 3 55 :QQ 5 .- Si 7 . 2 J' 'J Q T 5,wg:fe,,, .4 .-1.1 1- , - I 1 .-P1- ' iff, .. ' Q ' H' A A 1 W I 1' l X! Q Q CQ- - sf! "f fix sr vi ivy vifg. il 'S 'R -"-"'N5,f- M 4 as 29,55 wfywf fm fi 'Y yxyfi fiqgx n? gtg? , WW QQ fig, rw QYRWE 'f'illfW"i? eifffglifm In spnng a young gul s fancy turns to love David Towers Pauk Trella Terry Troutman Theodore Vnrue Donald X andermolen Carmella X espo Robert X xccelx Nhzrlex V unours Robert ll 1rl Roy Snodgrass Charles Stearns Richard Thompson Terry Tieman Silvio Toigo .Fr 'NY' 1'3" Fredenck W lrson ...W Arlene Vegman "Q--' Cene Vheet Flora Wnckersham Richard V :Id Thomas Wills Berry Wnsz Smxth Wnxon Rozanne Wolucka Raymond Yagelskx Mary Ann Yards I 411 into 'wr 5011" QQ rw ugpb' 3 3 William Aimutis Ethel Arthur It I 'QXY . l.. x L' V M' F L Richard Baron Gayle Bonick 'aff ff' ,T ' ' S I f v.,. -I F lo Seph AC evedo JUNIOR 40-40. if if -1-OV i""'9-'jr fu fix x va' i 'W 9-sal .. X 'O' 11' N . ' !"""- Q Q fv mr 1'L Q4 Joseph Shakes, Presidentg Edward Wallace, Vice-Pres- identg Barbara Seydel, Secretaryg Edward Yudt, Treasur- CI. TTC? V. . 4,-. wt' Q 'Ji l 1 'Ns 'f 98 R, lvl ,ay rig Della Borden Kenneth Brabazon Jeanette Brown Louis Brugioni Kathryn Bulza George Canales Yvonne Chapa Delores Chavez Barbara Collins John Danch Mary DeLaughter Sylvia Detert Theodora Diamond Keith Downey Phyllis England Arthur Equihua john Erler Cheri Evans Joan Fabian George Felton Delores Ferguson Arlene Fink james Fox Elaine Frank ASS "Candidates for the states!!" Donald Harris Richard Hatch "Q' g '- fdff + Rosemary Hendricks Katy . Q y . ' Phillip Hoskins iv-ffl 2 J my Barbara Hydo 1 joseph Inzerillo Richard janlcovich Doris Joseforsky Milton Kemper Donald Kendt Patricia Kisylia i my Louise Klotz Theresa Knipp Doris Kobe Shirley Koepke Doris Koruga Lillian Kostelnik Kathleen Kuczka Josephine Kuizin Raymond Langbehn john Leboskie joseph Leto Charles Libich Shirley Liedtke Q5 "5 B fu 4.3: aww ,, ... H... if 5 O 4 K m W Richard Gaczkowski Gladys Geruska William Geruska Angelo Giacom in , A ' ,f 0. as . 5. F53 , . 2' if f l rl x 4. '-in ,..-- N. - ,Nu Vx xx i , .:- a .. ,-.M-, gina- 'C-R in f-,,,r r 3 uw V - .f '-1 - xii lin. -r' Carol Gal ster 1 ,er " V H s 3 65 ' 1 -fi 'RTA 'v'-W, ei . if 3-. r 51' ,,. f pL.r.r . 'ian K X 'Y ,, I v 'W'-v , 1,L Q. ff ! at E f we I Fi-Q94 ig sd' . 'Y rv-in .Vu-yt l M., ,- Y! p 4,1 N, at Y f v' I rr Donald Pavic Donald Pavlrck Marilyn Perry aisy Ragon Paul Repar Barbara Reyes Doris Richeson Ruth Romanchek Donald Rosko Nancy Mokol Allen Murphy john Narcy james Nawroclci Lloyd Novak Norma Ocasxo Arlene Olszewski Marcmc Paterson 3 6- 1,15 405s 'VK .Sv Fred Linle Eugene Lohse Lillian Lopeka Juanita Lopez Archie MacDonald David McCord Gwen Marshall jack Marshall Florence Mayuiers james Mazerk as ZS. 1' if -I-"' 1-43 Judy Roth Cecilia Saranek Dorothy Scheid Gerry Scheub john Sebben Barbara Seydel joseph Shakes joan Shaw Harold Shrader Wayne Simmons Y'-'L joann Sneiderwine Jerry Snyder Elaine Sohovich Regis Tomko Charles Vanage Richard Vician Sharon Vittetoe Edward Wallace 1-0 Fe? 42 P , s . V 6 -Q A ii Trf ,vi -o- l,f,, '33- ix'-Q William Wallace Linda Wanthal Donald Way Roberta Wierzba joseph Wilczynski Richard Wilk Robert Wilson Arlene Yards Edward Yudt A 'QS' .19 X! if! ...,J.. ., wifi if I ,G 1 v-s E, A 4' -- W " ,ai X . if", 1 wi 4 , fu pf fix' ' 0 "5 Y '1 t. ' ' . an ,. -f.. --7-2. I ,4- 90 -Q., ff 'U ref' 1, --r ff ii, Y 4 X ' ' .- ' 1 'I il Q1 Jumping Juniors. -J 5 ali' Barbara An schurz Socxal Club Beverly Barnett Grrls Club Soc1a.l Club R Emxlxa Aznar G A A Gxrls Club Socxal Club Home Economlcs Club Mlllxe E B aron Soczal Club Art Club Gzrls Club G A A Valednctonan Jes s Woods '59 Geraldme Babacz Donald Babuska Gxrls Club D M S 8: T G A A Socml Club Socxal Club Home Economics Club Dorothy Becker G A A Library Club Home Economlcs Club A if 'Mmm Robert Bonra Student Councll Pres Freshman Class Pres Chnstoph er Borm v fi 'G joseph Bernardr Phyllxs Bmge G A A Soclal Club Home Economlcs Club Patricia Bortolini G. A. A. Council Girls' Club Romnne Blaney G A A Councll Latm Club Sec Scrence Club Sec Soclal Club Football Socral Club I Mary Ann Borden Chnstopher Borman Concert Band Latm Club Socral Club Proneer Staff 1951 .,,-,pf Barbara Brown Pioneer Staff Dramateers G. A. A. , Social pa Lon Carich Latin Club Vice-Pres. Mixed Chorus Boys' Glee Club Social Club Grace Carriere G. A. A. Council Junior Class Sec. Spanish Club Sec. Social Club Kermit Bryant D. M. S. 81 T. Dram atics Club Library Club Social Club james Bukur Sophomore Class Pres Student Council Football Social Club Class Officers: President Alfred Gruberg Vice-President, Eugene Wilczynski. Arlene Christy Elizabeth Cimino Beverly Cole Richard Coons Social Club G. A. A. H Cheerleader Social Club Girls' Club Mixed Chorus Pres. Plastic Club Tolly Times G. A. A. Social Club Social Club Vivian Daniels G. A. A. Pres. Girls' Club Social Club 3-Q' -iv ,i Ora Davis D. M. S. 8: T. Boys' Glee Club Social Club 1 ""'4' Delano Degeneffe Social Club 4-Q' QQ--rx Gladys Dennison G. A. A. 9, , Social Club A Class Oflicers: Treasurer, Robert John Dobrolecki Thompsong Secretary, Sandra Paige. 4534 2 Marvin Downey Concert Band Treas. Spanish Club Treas. Dramacics Club Social Club Elaine Feder Latin Club Pres. Srudenr Council Sec. G. A. A. Council Social Club Social Club .J , f , fain 'csv 0 Maxine Field Richard Fleming Modem Miss Club Social Club Girls' Club Plastics Anthony Foremski Ricardo Girgenti D0r0thy Ann Gllnls Betty Gotsos Girls Club Social Club Library Club Art Club Home Economics Club Plastics Latin Club Library Club Social Club Girls Club How to be Valedictorian in one easy lesson! lg 'is X Robert Grennes Albert Gruber D.M.S.8zT. D.M.S.8zT. Social Club Social Club Concert Band Football x I K Alfred Gruber Senior Class Pres. Basketball Capt. Cross Country D. M. S. 81 T. Q.: Edward Guba Football Social Club Sophomore Clas " XG' s Treas fd Betty Hallman nald Hamady Wxlllam Harblson Gxrls Club Boys Glee Club Lxbrary Club Soclal Club Socxal Club Socxal Club Lxbrary Club Sclence Club L...-.,---1--q '7 5-.ff Intermlsslon Carol Harrmgton Home Economlcs Club Pres Qophomore Class Sec G A A Councll Latm Club joan Harms Kenneth Haskett judxch Heck Home Economlcs Club D M S 8: T Art Club Sec Glrls Club Lxbrary Club Soc1al Club Ar: Club Betty Helwlg G A A Lxbrary Club Tolly Txmes Soclal Club des Q fa-if Carolyn Hepner Davrd Hill Home Economics Club Social Club Library Club Sec Girls Club G A A Thom as H111 Football Track Alberta Holub Home Economics Club Girls Club Lettemmen s Club Socral Club Social Club Rudolph A Hudecelc Student Council Vice-Pres Football Manager Social Club Radio Club Sylvia Hydo Home Economics Club GAA Concert Band Sec Girls Club G. A. A. R Dorothy E. Jacobsen joan Johnson Betty Kacmar G. A. A. Treas. Library Club G. A. A. Social Club Latin Club Girls' Club Girls' Club Science Club 'Y' Sylvia Kaplan Robert Kaufman Lillian Kaurich jane Keeney Girls Club Baseball G A A Council Tol1yT1mes Editor Art Club Girls Club Vice-Pres Latin Club if' Yiffly a3 F Eugene Kemp er in if D M S 8: T Social Club Art Club I Social Club G A A P aul Krenzyn ski D M S 8zT Concert Band Social Club Dorothy King Elsie M King Social Club Girls Club Tolly Times Camera Club Girls Club Pioneer GAA ' GAA Carol Kisylia junior Class Pres Dramareers Girls Club G A A 09 wqw, 'td 5 Lawrence Klinger john Koches Socxal Club Basketball Baseball George Koepke Socxal Club ' 'Q N .4-Q. Adam Komnsarcxlc Sophomore Class Student Councrl Football D M S 8z T gzip.: sf' NIE' 1 Q Delores Kopchak Art Club The Frrehouse Frve plus Three Girls Club Socral Club V1 ce Pres 63? N-1-1 ff Louxs Kwell 48 Cathermne Lazo Socxal Club Gxrls Club G A A Donald Lee Peter Leon Rxfle Team Football Socral Club Football D M S 8: T 1 . x f f xl A 4 E i x D T 1 ' i vr... A A A if I . . I . u V 'A .J A 1 N J f X ?g"a??!q,h C 5 . 4 ,iy-V , K 1 -. '. 1 K 3 f , D ll I Nt 5 . A l X 'KJ Q Simon Leon Geraldine Lewandowski Stanley Lynn Phil McAdams Football Social Club Cross Country Boys Glee Club Camera Club Girls Club Student Council 505131 Club Art Club Social Club 1' Darwyn McCrovitz I J., A..- 'wc Oh you lucky clogi 11' Marie Malocha Mary jean Maloney Edward Martin Louis Martin Home Economics Club G. A. A. Council Dramateers Spanish Club Social Club Tolly Times Social Club Dramateers Girls' Club Girls' Club Social Club Latin Club 49 Loy Martm Spamsh Club G1rls Club Radno Club G A A Louxs Martmez jerry Ma.rt1s Freshman Class Treas Cross Country Spanxsh Club Socral Club Danny E Matlus Socxal Club KJ Delores Mathrs Grrls Mathrs Socral Club Art Club XL NlpQ Frances Mrlenkoff Lourse Modolo L Mrxed Chorus G A A Councrl N Lrbrary Club Latm Club Art Club Girls Club b Dram ateers Glenn Nelson Socral Club Isadore Nemos In Memorram IU' Ronald Newcome Gloria Olszewslu Football Lerrennen s Club Home Fconomrcs Club Girls Club 'iocral Club G A A ef 'il Mary Lee Petrt Srudenr Councrl Cheerleadmg Socxal Club G A A joseph Panchrsxn Dorothy Pavloff Lagm Club Home Economics Club Sec Soclal Club Mrxed Chorus Treas Lrbrary Club G A A Sandra P axge Senror Class Sec Spanrsh Club Pres G A A ec Gxrls Club Eugene Pere Baseball 40 M' Ronald Petrovn ch Boys Glee Club Socral Club Lann Club D M S 8: T Rnta P1l1pov1ch Socxal Club Gzrls Club Art Club QI-Q james Pxshkur john Poremskx Student Councxl Socxal Club 'GF jerry Rxchmond Football Track Student Counc1l Lettermen s Club Homer Rachford Jamce Rappatta 9 Thomas R Pry D M S 8: T Socnal Club Boys Glee Club Student Council Sec A Lxbrary Club G A A V1ce Pres -I D M S 8: T Tolly Tlmes Edxtor Socnal Club if f H BH 1' Joan Ross Kathenne Rudovlch Spamsh Club Dramateers Cheerleader Llbtary Club Pres G A A Councll Student Councxl at GAA 75 ll n ar 5 'JU III n rr' ru H H In QU O BZ Om 'sz' gf-4 XX f 'Y ames A Rukas Socxal Club Nancy Rutka Mel vm Salml Rosemary Sargent . Lnbrary Club Soclal Club G A A -me ., '11, john Sawochka Student Councxl Football Thom as Shurm an Socral Club Latm Club Baseball Delores Skolak Delores Slys Home Economxcs Club Home Economics Club Socxal Club Socral Club Grrls Club Grrls Club G A A G A A Marth a Sm ar Betty Stearns From one extreme Jumor Class VICCVPIES Grrls Club Pres Spam sh Club Reporter Art Club Junror Safety Councrl Sec G A A Dram ateers Mary Steams Ann Steininger Arg Club Girls' Club Treas. G, A, A, Social Club G. A. A. Q-1 ,Af v-N--9 'WL JU' james Such Robert Thompson Socxal Club Senxor Class Treas Lrbrary Club Vlce Pres Socxal Club Spamsh Club Gertrude Tobolskx Joan Turza Now what s wrong? Eugene Wmlczyn skx Lols Wmkowskx Semor Class Vrce Pres Dramareers Student Counc1l Socnal Club Socral Club Gxrls Club Home Fconomlcs Club Soc1al Club Grrls Club G A A TRS Mgr' I Robert Valenune Harold Valerre Socral Club Cross Country Sheldon Wolfe john Wolucka Cross Country Boys Glee Club Basket ball D M S 81 T Socral Club Socnal Club Track Laun Club Student Council Socnal Club D M S 8: T Socxal Club Anthony Yudt John Zavacky Socnal Club Concert Band Socral Club Football Track lf el ' S jack Woods jess Woods X I fr R. emor Life ..,...-. T Y' 1' Qsgijlwfik 4? Around june many seniors begin thinking a- bout baccalaureate, convocation, and commen- cement. Some can't wait while others begin to reminisce about their high school careers. They begin to think about the proms, G. A. A. ban- quets, and military balls. They also think about the many dances, football and basketball games which they attended during their four years of high school. Thinking about the teachers, they decide that maybe some of them weren't so bad after all. They think about the students left in school - - the freshmen, the sophomores, juniors. They wonder if they will lose contact with many since some will go to college, others to work while still others will be getting married. For almost everyone, high school has been swell, but now it is time to go out into the world. With a tear in their eye they received their dip- lomas ready to seek their fate in the world. fum 412 57' Y v N.. ,f 'L 5 N T' ' -X., rf 'a Q J if X 75: . a f Q5 . 'f H , 3 fi! I3 N v 'ilP'x M K The Pioneer, the yearbook of Tolleston School, has grown from a cardboard-backed edition to a highly classified book. lts staff strives constantly to improve the book and to keep in mind the essentials of a good yearbook. A good yearbook depicts through the pictures, and their records, a day by day account of a school year from beginning to end. This account should include not only social events and organizations but also classroom ac- tivities and studies: not only school affairs but also those of the community, particularly as they affect the school. Dc-voting its time "merely" to the mal-ce-up of the book, the staff worked tirelessly and end- lessly to put out a yearbook of which Tolleston .ind the Pioneer staff could be justifiably proud. Co-Fditor and Co Qponsor Keith Downey Nlartha Dilley Copywriters Barbara llrovun Ruth Romanchek joan Shaw I E I if ! I I Z ,, Z Q S N4 fi? I if, Q ' ig E1 V v 'Y' I J V Sponsor Arhlezics Sheldon Wolfe Alfred Gruber Typisrs Bene Pahkanen Joanne Sneiderwine Miss Anna Marsh TOLLY Copywriters Jo Ann Kosac Mary jean Maloney Janice Rappacta Reporters Leona Holtz Carol Lanter Gwen Marshall TIME Minieograph Operators 5 .nnwg Elizabeth Cimino V Je: Elsie King Janice Rappatta Jane Keeney Mary Jean Maloney Josephine Kuizin Lena Sapino Elizabeth Cimino Kathleen Larson Josephine Kuizin Like all newspapers the Tolly Times, Toll- eston's school paper, reported the news and kept everyone informed on what was going on and when. A favorite column with the students of the school was the one in which they were able to Editor Jane K eeney voice their opinions and "gripes," Often these worthwhile opinions resulted in action benefit- ing everyone. To keep in touch with outside news and events the exchange editor kept a lively cor- respondence with other exchange editors in and around Gary. Since a self-supporting, growing newspaper is always in need of new and better equipment, the Tolly Times staff found it necessary to raise money for such equipment. Through two dances, "The October Cotillion" and the"Leap Year Frolic" the staff was able to purchase a new mimeograph stand combination and a file cabinet. 6 'I gg, 'fr . ,Q Ml, ,Wm 'kfxiibf 13 - 'A'--.M w ' MW," , '--'.,.,,, . xx - WVR. W M- ,,"f-..,,w -v, 'I 'Pit - f.m.,.m,. - 'Nw A Q3 E '-Yu 5- 'P A, K' f ur... .gtg ,, 1 -fm Wm 'H , WM wfwagsl ' 2 ,.1, F1 -14 1 'War "- - .. 1 "xv M ' A' W mf. , """s. 'fi -Wd Mus. 1 K un .Q I X 4 I X., P 5 . 'Ili ...S V...-., A S gt, p- -,-..,,, ,. . s ag. P .W 'ak .KK wmv Hb F . A I ' Q fa ' -lu as Qf ll v -. D K 'N t kv ll The Tolleston Cencert Band, a very active group of musicians, this year, as every year, had a very full schedule. Fifty-one of the band's members participated in the annual Northern Indiana Solo and Ensemble Contest which was held at Merrillville High School, Merrillville, Indiana. One of the requisites of music is enjoym ent. The band ac- complished this doubly on the two "field" trips to Hines Mem- orial Hospital in Chicago, and to Parramore Tuberculosis Sani- tarium in Crown Point, Indiana. Both patients and band members were made happier by the excursions. ' Highlighting the many months of tedious practice were partici- pation in city parades, graduation exercises, and the annual spring concert, an event long anticipated by parents, members of the band, and students in school. C0 CERT TRUMPETS Background: M. Downey, R. Grennes, A. Yokshas, G. Cunningham, R. Vicceli, B. Hydo. Foreground: S. Suleman.' FRENCH HORNS B. Narcy, E. Sohovich, M. Bonnan, P Kienzynslci. BASSES Standing: D. Downey, E. Puzas. Seated: L. Kienzynski, H. Shrader, J. Snyder. TROMBONES F Cermak J Rxchmond D Pavhck L Novak L Pawmslu L Bella P ERCUSSION K Downey, J Blankmshxp K Sxrkoskx R Martm D Pav 5 . . DIRECTOR Mr Edmund Bxelskl FLAG TWIRLERS lst Row M Hxlton C Jacoby M Kxsyha 2nd Row M Borman S Hydo N Ratlxff +G : 'y N, -. , 1 L l ' N2 ' Mil - I 5' X Q. X' 9 --411-f' : ff SAXAPHONES F. Bella, N. Ratliff, R. Martin, H. Ri- bar, B. Shakes, j. Shakes. FLUTES D. Haro, C. Jacoby, C. Atchison, S. Thomas. CLARINETS 15' ROW: P- Devin: R- Kufinskiv C- ghmanv HYd0v "Practice and more practice and even more practice I. Zavacky. 2nd Row: C. Frrpo, S. Osika, K. O Brock, M. Hilton, D. Muzek, R. Dobis. 3rd Row: M. Lucco, M. Haxgan, S. Richmond, C. Hydo, R. McFarland. BASS CLARINETS M. Kisylia, P. Kisylia, E. Wallace, T. Diamond. 1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR if Mr. john Zucker OF FICERS I .,.-df ifws 1 L 11 Z K 'fl ' if x Q f -4 Q I, , 5 X ' Q1 5. j A , H v 405 Q, i- -4 .rag 11 n-541. 1-Ll... -LAL X ff .iilg 41-r-,...,... 4 img B-ARITONES L. Marino, V. Bektesh, C. Vanage john Zavacky, Presidentg joseph Shakes, Vice-Pres- "Tune-up time!" identg Sylvia Hydo, Secretaryg 'Marvin Downey, Trea- surer. GIRL CHOR M Borden R Sargent B HalIman,S Lredtke, lsr Row E Puzas, D joseforsky G Berta, , Ab ck P Drxon D Scherd A Lepp C Barley M Lrsek D Brnzen R Berry P Baus B Cole K Dunn,E Flemm V Ba co well 2nd Row M Mostello L Sapmo,j Serbm, E Crmmo , D Nestorovrch, B Seydel M Clark L Coates P W V Bono C Mutchmsky, N Rappatta Brennan M Buncrch 3rd Row V Vernarsky K Lutunen E Monacv A Hodorek S am C Montorsr E Felmskr, J Spurlock C ours, y Vespo M Sebben A Chapa J En gstrom, A Garbus The Grrls Chonxs, hngh school grrls met asadarly class Therr accomphshments were pre- sented m a sprmg program at Tolles ron and at the Musrc Festrval grven by the Gary Schools Also durrng the year, varxous mem bers of the chorus parucrpated rn the Northern Indrana State Band Orches- and Vocal Assocratron held at tra! Merrrllvrlle, Indrana A socral event, not at all rn the lme of duty but a frnancral ard was a No- vember dance called The jack andjrll Jean jump Offrcers B Cole Presrdent C Harrmgton Vrce- Presrdenr I Levy, Treasurer E Cunmo Secretary 9 : . . . . , . .' I. ,I . . ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' I 1 ' . 1 'i . 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 . ' . Z Z , . . l . , . . . g, . , . n . , . . . , . , . , . . , . , I . , . , . , . , . ' P. Core , G. Wierzba, S..Barfe11, P. Miller, . ', A . ' ' . , . , . , . , . . . . , . 4 , ,Q . , . . . . , . . Wzr K 1 . 1 K A ll . Q , . 5 . . , .Q I S - 5 - 1 BOY 9 GLEE CLUB Sponsor Mlss Charlotte Domroese Offrcers K Brabazon Presxdent R Wrlk Secretary D McCord, Treasurer E Yudt, Vrce President lst Row S Wrxon B Narcv W Wallace E Vasquez, P Trella 2nd Row A Murphy F Lnttle E Wallace E Yudt D McCord R janco vrch 3rd Row L Car1chP McAdams, D McCrovxtz E Leto J Wrl czynskr 4th Row D Hamady H Rachford K Barbazon E Martm R Wrlk The Boys Glee Club a group of boys who lrke to smg and whose vor ces blend so well together were agarn responsrble for grvmg pleasure to the whole school volces wrth everyone by smgmg the famrhar Chrrstmas carols Agam at Easter trme the peace of the relxgrous season was expressed through a program of Easter musxc ,Z if - , ' 2 - ', : . 5. - . I c l , 0 7 On Christmas the boys shared their : . ' , . , . , . . . : . , . i , . , . ,.. , . .- , : . . . , . , . - , : . , . , . , . , DRAM TIC Frve plays were presented rn the 1951 1952 season of the dramatrcs department Four of these plays were comedres whrle one was a mystery The plays were Family Crrcle, ur Mrss Brooks We Shook the Famrly Tree You Can t Take It Wrth You, and Murder rn Rehearsal just before the Chrrstmas vacatron the beautrful and 1nsp1r1ngChr1stmas pageant was resented for the srxth annual ear P Y It happens every spr1ng"' 41. 'iii Lrghtsl Camera' Acuon' ' atch for your cue"' T n-UIIIIOQ 5 ix 'air' Mrss Evelyn jones Mr. Mrtchell Gerbrck l 1 1 1 u ' ' DD no ' 'Wh I - an u - n 1 1 If u n ' n u M - an 3' , W gn 1 n ' ' - -Wt' - - ,I me Q' I 1 1 A ' , , 'fl 1 rn , xx 1 Q :W , ' n - - H - -- -v --- --1 gf! 4 1 1 1 , -v-, 1- 5 - -W -,,- ,-,-,,-.1-- -Y -.x. ,- f I s v X ', 6 u Ax ' 1 . X N , u jx, I K I . A. I x Nu H A great responsrbxlxty rested wrth the students rn the audro-vrsual department They operated the movre ma chmes and were rn charge of ordermg all frlms used by all departments of Tolleston On the aud1o sxde were tape recorders, wrre recorders, recordmg machmes, and a beloptrcan machme to operate and keep rn tip-top condrtron Thrs year a new polrcy rn whrch one operator for each hour any of the audro-vrsual equrpment was used was rnstrruted Each year there has been an rncreasmg number of stu dents mterested rn Iearmng to become operators A1 though most of the operators were boys, many grrls were expressmg a desrre to learn the trade a useful vocatron 'Put a nrckel m 1t"" Z5 ll Mechamcal Masters A D10 -VIS AL 1 ' ' ll D! , . . . 2 5 I ll n k Cl ' I DRANIATEER The Dramateers IS a dramatxcs organ xzauon, wh1ch thrs year, consrsted of nme members who have had three or four years of dramaucs In order to quallfy a a Dramateer , one must have had a leadmg role m several plays presented rn the audxtonum To sngmfy membershxp, students m the organxzatron purchased pms vuth the Dramateer emblem Grfted Gerbxck ge s brazen Brantn " Mr Gerbxck s 8 20 dramaucs class Dramareers hard ar work? W" Now see h r 1 ' S ll .il IC ' ' t . , . . U K I -I I K fi W iV.,. , . I 5 1 C ' Muslc up and out 2 Radro may not be the all popular medlum that xt was but rt strll plays a large role ln the l1fe of each rndrvndual Interested students at Tolleston were taught the fundamentals of radro and the tmportance therefore of publrc speakmg To make rt an entrrely ongmal proyect and to teach another xmportant angle of ra dro students were requrred to author therr own scnpts In actrve parucrpatlon the Radxo Club appeared srx tlmes on the Pepsr Pep Club over stauon WWCA The members have felt that the club helped to xnsptre thetr rmagmatrons, rmprove therr grammar and thexr wrrtmg abxlxty, to burld up porse and assurance and to mterest them 10 a professronal future RADIO CLUB lst Row D Pluto S Leon R Hude- cek, J Wolucka 2nd Row R Wlerzba E Puzas M Smat L Martm 3rd Row Mr Mltchell Gerbrck E Monacy V Nobles A Lepp B Seydel B Haggard M Lrsek Begm on page three I . , . , . ' ' 0" . . C . , Q , . , . . 1 . , . , . 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 . I U , is Ea K X Q ,i K , A L, xl I ws., Q. JH i 1 ' its Q a as 'fl 5 an uf' X e e . 9 all K 'K if . Cv K' ex k p I J , ,-3 ' f- A -, fill- , -I"j 4 , . . 'v ,E , K 'ff lr 'K ,. K. . K' lf. Vp 1 ll ' n 1 1 . . . . 1 1 . . . 1 . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . Second YearM b Rom em ers G Marshall anCekLWh JROSSR ey R Wmzba Pagzfgwxfhpaterson K Down 1-52:23 Leafs Members 1st Row G C mar 2nd Ro K arrrere 5 'LY ney I- Martm W Rud0VlCh M Dow 1 W SPA ISH .Tx Trme out for lunch' Offfcers lst Row L Wanrhal Soc1alCha1rman M Paterson Presldent R Romanchek Treasur er P Woodworth V1cePres1dent 2nd Row A Fmk Secretary Mre Mary Jeffnes Sponsor M Smar Pub11c1tyCha1rman wu- .L One two three krck' Deng ififx- Quackl Quack' The Spanrsh Club an orgamzatron of students who pursue the study of Spanxsh as one of therr sub ects fulfrlled rts role as a good nerghbor 1 by endeavormg to mamtarn a closer relatronshrp hbors to the between thrs country and our nerg south Another reason for the Spamsh Club was to grve the members a better knowledge of Spamsh and Mexican lxterature government language and customs Putting to use then' acquired knowledge the Spamards gave playlets and speeches rn Spanrsh "ul N lst Row N 2nd Row Ocasm 1- Pawmslu S Salm F I Shakes M ards E P 1 Foremskg B Se del A list uzas E Monacy M L k Y odorek A Flnk 'se G Canales Offxcers E Feder Presndenr M Glad Vrce Pre srdent D Koruga Secretary Kurzm Socral Chauman J Wrlczynsln Treasurer T Dramond Reporter R Gaczkowskx Pubhcxty Charrman Second Year Members lsr Row J Kuxzm J Wrlczynskn D Koruga 2nd Row R Gaczkow slu M Glad T Dramond 5 Q I y 'Wm -Q NX JK X QL?-ai' 7 I' " nazi A949 lfiiiffv -7 - Carich- R. Peuovrchf L' hisin, 1- Wolucka' I KeenCY- : lsr ROW: J' Pane Ma1oneY, E- Kacmax' ' Third Year Memferf C.Hm1ngwr1,M- 1- 2nd ROW: R' B an Y' "Now I lay me down to sleep." Q 7 Q-4 L Frrst Year Members K Larson, M Fuller, A Lepp znd lst Row A Martmezf F Malls, P Brennan' L Mannmle G Berta E Kokrnda,B Bowen Row W Kamza, C Mutchmsky M Ozug' Ig! Iigxe CJ lliagsaley R Malls, R Serocka 3rd Row R Pushk3,R Wafd I Hargens, 1 The 1951 52 Latrn Club, enyoymg a member shrp of fxfty, was the largest Latrn Club at Toll eston for the past srx years As usual the arm of the club was twofold no garn a more thorough knowledge of Roman lrfe, customs, and language rn order to under stand better the practrcal and cultural value of Latrn and to mterest our fellow students For the rnterest of the students were the sales of Chrrstmas cards, rn addrtron to the Chrrstrnas party and the Snow Frolrc , whrch were of rn terest to the entrre student body Bulb snatcher! ' ' TUDE T COUNCIL Officers: Mr. E. Goforth, Sponsorg R. Hudecek Vice-President' J. Shakes, Pres- ident J. Rappatta Secretary J. Fox, Treasurer A name at last ' V N K .1 A Every Tuesday and Thursday dunng the home room hour 2 30 P M the members of the Student Councrl met These members represented the student body and were elected by each home room The contrrbuuons of the Student Councrl were many Quotatrons dealrng with school spmt were purchased and placed rn classrooms To add to the attracnve- ness of the school grounds shrubbery was bought Af ter a great deal of effort a school name srgn was pur- chased and placed on the new wxng of the school bull drng As a fmrshrng touch to a long run and a successful year the Student Councrl members treated themselves to vrsrtmg the Trrbnne Tower and Swrft s Packmg Com pany rn Chxcago -vit. rv-w' eg5.g,, 'If' """'l'zUn..,Q m"50i.4 v lst Row: F Wrckersham J Nelson J Yaros S Carter S Mrzerak D Brnzen 2nd Row.R Hudecek,j Rappatta K Downey, Mr E Goforth R Romanchek J Roth, K O'Brock 3rd Row' J Shakes C Firpo J Sawochka J Bukur R Bonta J Fox M Jones P Osika Yu 1 The Socral Club rs exactly what nts name professes to be Every Tuesday from seven to nrne p m , for a nom ma fee, every student rn hrgh school was able to dance to hrs heart s con tent A welcome treat from the work day, students were grven the oppor- tumty to meet each other on strrctly a socral basrs Socral amemtres were observed and and new dance steps were learned to the music of the best orchestras vra recordmgs on the mckleodeon These recordmgs were purchased through the fees of the members and ausprces of the Student Councrl, the school gov emmg body, ln charge of the Socxal Club 0CIAL CL B Sponsors Marcxa Owxngs Fdmond Goforth Where are the men? I9 "Dancing in the dark!" l"Music in the night!" ml Sponsor Mrss Ohve Leskow The Shuttersnappers as the name connotes rs a photography club It was organrzed for the purpose of offermg a new hobby to students and to meet the growmg demand of rnterest rn photog- raphy The club played rts part rn teachrng to rts members the basrc prrncrples of photography as a hobby or as a professron Club members not only snapped prctures but also leamed to develop them and to enlarge them All Shuttersnappers had a freld day photo graphmg grrls entered rn the annual queen contest From the prctures they chose the grrl most photogenrc and she was crowned at a Val enune Dance CAMERA CL B 9 EAJ Foreground J Snyder Secretary S Leon Trea surer Background P England Presrdent A Murphy Vrce Presrdent 1 lst Row: S. Leon, L. Wanthal, E. King, P. Photogenic Queen, Ann Steininger. England, J. Snyder. 2nd Row: A. Murphy, J. Marshall, F. Little. LIBRARY CLUB Officers C Hepner Secretary K Rudovrch President D Becker Treasurer NJ Sponsor Nhss Evelyn McCoy A club newly orgamzed lasr year was the L1 brary Club The rwenry frve actxve members meeung once a month were pnmarxly mreresred m berrenng the hbrary facxhtxes To acquamt the facultw with the books maps recordmgs and other materxal now avaxlable m the lxbrary a rea was held On che socnal snde of the agenda was a hay nde and a Lrl Abner and Darsy Mae dance A verv commendable plan was the one to send books ro the chrldren of Europe rhus each mem ber of the Lnbrary Club was able personally ro play a part nn the rehabrlxrauon of Europe waz -'-sr AJ X 419' PM I -J ...I llili T lst Row Holub V Nobles F Monacy R Sargent D Becker 2nd Row H Rachford B Helwrg C Hepner A Foremskr K Rudo vlch D Slys D Hamady 0 , lk X i v .l - -9 i 1 . 1 1 . . , . . 3 ' 0 ' . " . . . . . - v u 7 0 , W" '-' 1 fa r 'Y , 4 xf A AK ' " u p G. C Q7 X ' K f-.4 M- e 2 x , . jf CV I , F' fig ll 1' A ' ' 1,4 l, . D 4. W , , , -N . 'V . 2 A. , . I -. , . , . . . 0 Y . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . . RAIDERETTE 1 X lsr Row B Martmez, L Mrller, G Zavada A Marunez, R Povmskx J Zavada, D Glenn, G Betta 2nd Row M Ragon,J Benka J Klxnger, H Karr, P Hyde M Serles K Brooks, M Korhel j Gurst, V Stevens 3rd Row E Puzas, J Berry, P Drake, A Garbus, C Gxb bon, R Hudlow, N Denms, L Dulla, Mrss J Baran, Sponsor ff Sponsor 'Dmbolncal Crrcl Mrss juha Baran In hopes to boost the school spmt the cheerleaders started Tolleston s frrst orgamzed cheermg block the Rarderettes The gn-ls adopted the outfu: of blue ,cans blue sweat shuts, whrte sarl or hats, and whnte gloves The gnrls succeeded rn then mmal obyecuve, to grve the school spmt a lrft Durmg the football season, the Raxderertes worked very co opera uvely wrch the cheerleaders and the concert band to present effectrve programs Rub a dub dub Whoo eelll ' T nse momenrs"' .e ., g 5 2 fr K 4 Q A I . -'Q .. .. .. st, V ,s ,, : . ' . ' . , . . , . . . . : . . , . . . , .. , . . , . ' . . : . . . . . ' - Y - 7 ., . . : Q u u 1- J Q I 1 1 , - . . ' . . 'J I ve- .. , . - . JH 'tg . . . , . . . ,, e. l Q' - - - - - H ' C , GIRL ' CL B Sen1or Group E Aznar M Baron B Stearns L Kaurxch A Stemmger K Rudovxch,j Keeney G Olszew sk1 B Bamett R Carpenter B Cole E C1m1no S Hydo D Becker M Malocha D Glmrs M Smar B Gotsos D Mathxs B Hallman D Kopchalc E Kacmar,j Rappatta C Hepner D Slys S Parge J Heck The Girls' Club an organlzatnon of jumor and semor gxrls vuth the com mon mterest of problems pertrnent to teen age glrls had speakers lectures and dxscussrons dealmg wrth thelr teen age problems To become better acquamted wrth one another and to leam the socxal amenmes, the Gxrls Club sponsored several socxal events As usual the Lake County Confer- ence of Grrls Clubs proved ro be the medzum through whrch rdeas were ex changed and mspxratron gxven for the forthcomrng year '57 f--.3 K Rudovrch Secretary L Kaurnch Vlce-Presldent B Steams Pres xdent C Harnngton, Senxor Socxal Cha Juruor Group Y Chapa G Bonlck S Derert P Woodworth B Seydel J Kurzxn K Bulza S Koepke G Marshall P K1syl1a,j Fabran, L Kostelnrk A Olszewskr D Rrcheson E Frank B Col lms 1 Shaw, R Wxerzba J Roth, D Komga T Dxamond D Ragon D Chavez e , n , s , Q - , a ' l , 0 . 1 ' 1 ' 7 ' 9 ' 1 ' 7 ' I 1 I 7 o , Q , Q , o , a Q . , . , . . 1 - ' 'Z - Y , , A . . . , ' P ' Officers: P. Kisylia, junior Social Chalrman A Stemrnger Treasurer - Q S - , 5 . a , n . , o , a , Q , o . . , a , . . . , . , . , . . , . . , . , . , . H0lVlE ECO 0lVllC CL B Officers S Paige, Vice President' C Harrington, President D Pavloff Secretary-Treasurer A comparatively new orgamzatron the Home Fconomrcs Club was added to the roster of Tolleston orgamzations Meeting in the home economics room members of the club naturally discussed interior decora ting and learned the fine art of cooking, an art not restr1cted to only the feminine set for the club included one masculine member To put into practice a few theories, the club held a Chinese Ball At this affair dragons lurking along the walls of the ballroom were evidences of the colorfulness of the Orlent in an interior decorating scheme lst Row S Paige C Hepner,D Slys C Harrington, D Becker B Steams F Cimmo 2nd Row G Olszewsk1 D Pavloff M Malocha Mrs Philomena Beck E Amar S Hydo Tea for two79 Offrcers Lt Colonel W Armutrs, Honorary Lt Colonel P Woodworth Mayor A Mur phy Capram F Llttle, lsr Lt R Gacz kowskr Captarnj Marshall 2nd Lt J Wolucka 2nd Lt G Aunuus lsr Lr K Haskett, Actmg 2nd Lt G Roach 2nd Lt D Way Actmg 2nd Lt G Scheub 2nd Lt J Leto CaptamD Pavlc Rrfle Team D Pavlc, F Lrttle R Seroclca G Drvl yak R Baron D Rocker, W Almutrs, A Murphy G Armutrs J Hargens P Cosudakrs, D Way J Erler Drxll Team D Rocker W Wallace G Canales, R Kramer, G Scheub, L Marxno, Sgt C C Monroe, D Pavrc, D Way, J Erler C Marcyyamk, G Roach B Narcy, G phy M Waldahl R Gaczkowskr J Leto,G Armutrs, A Creslak DEPARTME T OF ILITARY CIE CE TACTIC The D M S and T orlgmally recognrzed by the rnmals R O T C IS of course nauonal mrlntary orgamzatron for boys m hrgh school and college Boys recerve trammg rn handlmg men mstructrng and rn takmg nec essary orders It rs upon abllrry to meet the above requrrements that rank rs grven Once a month the Tolleston unxt and nts hon orary colonel Mrss Pat Woodworth had a per- sonal mrlrtary scxence and tacucs mspecuon In the sprmg all hrgh schools wlth D M S and T umrs partxcrpate rn the annual federal mspectxon held on the Tolleston football freld At th1s t1me medals were awarded and the honor school named Tolleston was the only school to be thus desrgnated 3 o Q u ' 7 ' . . ' ' ' ---9 x , i . . , . . . . , . . , . . , . . , . . 'u . . . 1 . , . .... , . , . . . , . , . , . . , . . . , . , . . I 0 n . , . . Lowe, F. Little, J. Marshall, A. Mur- , . , . , . Q I l C I I C 0, . . . . . . ., , , a . ,. . , . . - 1 . 7 If ii , . Y?..m,K Mn may Usa.. -..,,"5' Ist Platoon A E L-CIO Compall Y uplllo L Povllnsk f1Baro,, WMQATGS t GA ,file-ve-do K Toll c a u routegg gcelfill Rcepfmf ur T' 13551011 fiagetfioodwm A Pe' ' C Olsze N Bun. 3 fs c"'d0 B w k Icy G Sb W S 1 F Kozlels t Oluckunilans J Resunote and In R DZ ba C Utne Nat IU la J P C zxley J -Yecunve Etleg P 2nd Platoon, "A" Company R. Tomko, B. Snyder, G. Ruschak, C. Marcyjanik, T. Hecker, W. Shukitis, T. jamski, R. Wool M shall, Company Commander, J. Krecik, H Stearns, R. McGee, C. Tucker wine, Captain j. at . ' . I-V11 Lt. K Haskett, Platoon Leader, G Canales, Pla- E. George, D. Hoskms, C. Felton, J 1 , . . toon Sgt., P. Costidakis, company 1st Sgt.9J. Wierman, J. Jurasevich, C. McGee, R. Sussman E. Kozlowski, W. Gibson. Bn C0 PE: k D Pavlck D Way Y ht R NOWLCXEE ?xaDglHEem0 T Wd 1 C mva V s ' P fe ' CHS placoom' B 0 A Calwhxte H Rauflzazasw' G LowC,3 Haig st Wargo Watson R Magna, 1 Wa"'kfx'AL Pawmsxgahf N Jackomls Comman ixeadeg M Wal Plac000 2nd Platoon, "B" Company L. Marino, E. Alsup, A. Sassman, E. Kvachkoff, R. Bruno, R. Serocka, Lt. J. Lero, Platoon Leaderg R. Zakutansky, G. Cornell, R. Grennes, R. Pushka, M. jaworsky, A. Cieslak, G. Roach, Platoon Sgng R. Kramer, J. Boynak, P. Oresik, W. Simons, C. Hecker, T. Tieman. if 52 , 1 y I , . W K S M E, f '1 1. EQ iii I, Ai if if f 1 Q K Z I i , ,g . . Y, 2 A if "nf" 1 i 1..a ,E Ralf- "A - " 1 f 1 .5 bib, HF- ff' 4 L15 3? K 1 fha Y ek I ff 'O 1' fZY Vivian Daniels Janice Rappatta Sandra Paige Dorothy Jacobsen President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Miss Dorothy Madole Sponsor Rozanne Blaney Grace Carnere Carol Harrington Mary Jean Maloney Social Chairman Publicity Basketball Baseball One of the largest organized groups at Toll eston is the G A A , boasting a membership of 275 girls The obyectives of the G A A are to train girls in enyoyable leisure time activities and to develop a democratic spirit by leammg to work and play rn groups An outstanding event of the year, the imtia tion of new members accomplished both obyec tives in providing a social event and in having the older girls act as big sisters for the younger girls It was the task of the big sister to help the initiate become acquainted with the other students in high school Closing the year was the G A A formal ban- quet It was at this time that awards trophies and letters were given to the girls earning them for having best fulfilled the objectives of the Girls Athletic Association 1 Lillian KHU!lCh Katherine Rudovxch Ind'-'Of SPOUS Outdoor Sports Elaine Feder Louise Modolo Patricia Bortolmi Captainball Speedball Volleyball A A ACTIVITIE 'S Vai The Pau se that fehe shes Babms mu st Play r UW L Belles of the Ball S K ' ' We Proudm-, i uM8dame Chaxtm vu 3D X E IOR lsr Row C Harrmgcon S Paxge G Carnere R Blaney, A Stemmger M Smar 2nd Row J Keeney S Hydo B Cole E C1m1no P Bmge M Malochka 3rd Row D Slys F Mnlenkoff G Olszewskl M Baron C Hepner B Brown E Kacmax 4th Row M J Maloney L Martm J Harms B Stearns E Kmg L Kaunch K Rudovxch, L Modolo J Ross D Becker Champs7? or Chumps77" l W' ss... Why m my heyday Chnscmas m the au' D . . . . . 0 - - , . , . , . . , . . - . , . , . , . , . , . . I . , . . , . , . , . , . . 3 . . , . . , . , . , . , . . , . , . . u . . . . . . . . i -L -- . an.. i L,,, W . , ,, ,,..x I ,H ,K 1 Jn...-431i ll L u - -----n H ' ' - n JU IOR lst Row: B Sevdel A Fink B Hydo C' Marshall P Kisylia S. Koepke F Sohovich Qhaw P Woodworth J Kuizin E Frank S Derert C Bonick K Bulza N Ocasio K Kobe F iatanek R Wierzba F Mayuiers lx Mokol L Lopeka N1 Del.aughrer C Olszewski L Klotz Y Chapa 4th Row: A Yards C Evans P Fngland Nl Paterson B Collrns, G Gemska R Romanchek C Barley Smk rt, joanre sxnk rt' Jr., 1 '5 Up' Up' and away"" Handball' Handball? Handball 2nd Row: 5rd Row: Calsrer A L Wanrhal 'Ffa . , . , . , 1. , . , , . . -lo k. , n , 0 , l , u , Yu , J 1 1 1 , 0 , . C , 1 , Q , l- , . , - , . 1 , I ' Y ' I ' ! ' I ' 7 ' 7 ' . . , . , . . ,, . . . . . ,, , . 4 , ' . 4 ff, C - P-wi. C3 Z. C. 1 I 1 V ,, . 1 ga -- ' ' 1. I 37 , 'V 5 "H - ' - 'A ' ' M - -'P u I 7 . Q V ru A, A- . Q , Q A ' A ., ' M in .',g,?!" V "C :ff I! ll DD OPHOIVIORE lsr Row V Babcock E Flemmg A Lepp A Marnnez C Lanter, G Berta Znd Row B Haggard, M Lrsek J Serbm C Vespo K OBrock M Hzlton A Kaboff C Jacoby P Rogers 3rd Row Pawlrckr L Pawmsk1 G Ka1ma,F Malls N Bobrllo F Foremskx, S Salmr, M Yards N Rathff M Borman, D Bmzen, P Brennan G Fedorchak lsr Row P Sarbenoff B Bowen A Mamnez A Wegman M Yards 2nd Row P Rogers G Hammons J Kosac D Muzek K O Brock M H1lton What no 11ghts7 7 0PH01Vl0RE lst Row D Pmkerton, D Mounce, K Larson A Wegman,S Wamours, Y Tolman, P Sarbenoff, 2nd Row F Wnckersham,-I Kosac, F Kokmda M Ful1er,I Nowa kowskx, E Pusas, A Hodorek M Glad L Sapmo 3rd Row B Bowen,R Berry R Dzxon, M Davxd, S Sadowsky M Buncxch, N Rappatta, C Mutchmsky D Muzek, E Monacy, V Nobles,j Nelson X Stnke three You re out"' Let me at xt' : . . . , . . . . 2 . . .. , . . - . . , . , . . I . . , . . . , . . . , . . . . . . ,,, x . 1 I"Q 2 , .., x "W" - - ks. ,, M Q N . I f-- ,x .,. Q1 .. " ' . , ,Ag j L H., 9 ' . " , ' 'f' . --Q , ,, 11 ' D! FREH E lsr Row J Moreland D Nestorovrch M Krsylna P Muller C Momorsn S Geller S Suleman M Kuzma Znd Row P Grllan H Davxs L Borausky P Edwards C' Wrerzba S Osxka S Mrzerak D Duymovxch P Bowen 3rd Row A Guba M Tomko A Lepyesh C Huycke A Garbus C Gxbbon M Hargan H Floumoy W Shrader 1amm.:i' Feeding ume' KC i --IQ, Pretty Baby' -as L ik- FRE HME lsr Row S Thomas, D Someson,j Slys R Halo, D Haro, S Lredtke S Oslka P Labash V1c1an G W1erzba S Osxka 3rd Row M Nawrock1, C Gregory S Palmateer, R Popa,M Grennes C Feder j Frank S Carter, K Luttmen, E Felmskx U Watson P Osrka D Belec adame Zsa Zsa looks mto the future Good Catch "' 'R 'S A 5 Q1 5 17' Q, ., wg ' 1. 2nd Row.: Wall, 1. Sgaurlock, D. S.ierkogki,.A. Chesrovich, P: Sum, C.,Saynak, Xiiolter, R. . . .n E Q Sponsor Mxss julna Baran Yea, Blue was a famrlrar cry at every game Those f1ve dashmg grrls rn blue responsrble for that cry, gave lrfe and msprrauon to everyone watch mg a game They made the boys play mg feel that they were not playmg nn vam wm or lose In the past year a great deal of nn terest rn cheerleadmg and m school sprnt was strrred up Each student of the school had a personal mterest nn the cheerleaders, for the students themselves chose their cheerleaders and backed them up CHEERLEADER Varsrty Front to Rear D Hamady M Pent Back Row B Haggard B Cole J Ross O-L-L Reserve: A Martinez C Montorsi,G Marshall I Spur ock 1st Row: R. Reinhardt, A. Wargo, A. Calwhite, W. Shukitis, N. Flour- ney, W. Lopez, H. Tolman, V. Bektesh. 2nd Row: T. Guba, R. Zukow- ski, Student Managersg C. Naidoff, R. Zakutansky, A. Regans, D.Kam- inski, H. Hightower, B. Goodwin, R. Kendt, Mr. F. Elkins, Coach. 3rd Row: R. Wierzba, D. jaroscak, J. Korwek, J. Chaxochak, C. Coates, W. Knight, J. Wachowski, C. Olszewski, S. Prude. 71. A-v Coach August Boto ff- 1--3' t , XX R40 umm-ff If S W 4 QS' Kd , -4, fx, l f -Z 'D' Ax N f ' 1915 -ff! a 'swf ff A Student Managers Simon Leon, David Kaplan Q, . 1 ,fu , N I iq' asa 10 5 BA EBALL X COU TRY Baseball lst Row V Pupxllo 2nd Row F Wnlk, R Shurman P McAdams R Kaufman J Barta1,G Lach F Watson 3rd Row J Nawrockx Student Manager' A Eqmhua K Scheub I Newcome X Country lst Row G Canales H Valette A Gruber,-I Leboskxe R Yagelskx C L1b1ch 2nd Row 'I' Hofschnexder G Hammons, D Kendt G Lach S Wolfe P Trella - : . ' . : . ' . , . , . , . . , . . 2 . , , . , . , . , J. Koches, R. Morse, E. Pete, A. Gxacomm, Coach J. Vance. 2 . , . , . . ' , . ', . ' ' . : . , . . , . , . , . . BA KETBALL Reserves Xsc Row wa s, Y- agdskx, O avhck mbmcb R Norse 'Lad Row Wlacso E Vasquez Ward R VAL? 'YteXXa.,X Bho ms mp if Coa.chY56U1u05D fx -'3"' V' X M 42 Freshmen e sesh, 'Ln ow. L C1-,R sc Row G Charochak W Sgmons,W COW C! Bauman ans, G Sordem Manage: Psngdo G1 M Sum H Hx? Re' amms FXou oy u s 1 C11 Alfred Gruber james Newcome Donald Kendt J am es Mazeilca "Gimme! Gimme!" "Put it in, jim! The Tolleston basketball team started off the 1951-52 sea- son on November 29, in a rather bad way. The first game was lost, and the team was just an average team that played an average ball game. After the Holiday Toumament the boys began perking up and playing good ball. Out of the next thirteen games played, they won nine, lost four. This year Tolleston played in only one overtime game---- a- gainst Valparaiso on January 15, when they lost by one point. Tolleston went on to win the Gary Sectionals but lost to Valparaiso in the regionals. After playing all season games and the tournament sectional and regional games, the team ended up with a season record of fifteen wins and nine losses. james Bartal John Leboskie is 4 v it , ,K J lv' r ff ' ' ' 6 Arthur Fquihua Q2 9-x Gerald Lach john Koches Sheldon Wolfe --.TWV-s-my -I. TL Coach joe Vance "It's the loveliest night of the year' - - Re lar Season Toumament Charles Llblch Tolleston gn Opponents Tolleston Opponents Edison 46 Wirt Holiday Toumament Froebel Hammond Lew Wallace 48 Bishop Noll Hammond Clark Gary Roosevelt Sectional Whiting Valparaiso Fast Gary Edison 39 Horace Mann Horace Mann 42 Emerson Froebel 29 Rensselaer Gary Roosevelt 35 E.C. Roosevelt Lew Wallace S.B. Washington E.C.Washington Regional Hammond Tech Lloyd Novak Winchester Valparaiso 47 On February 27, 28, and March 1, the Gary Sectionals were held at the Memorial Auditorium. Who was the ex- pected winner? Froebel, or perhaps Roosevelt. Who was the winner? TOLLESTONI In Tolleston's first sectional game, Tolleston played East Gary Edison. The game was expected to be a walk away for Tolleston, but the only thing that saved Toll- eston from defeat was proficiency at the free throw line. In the evening game against Horace Mann, the Raiders did a sharp about face from their afternoon game. They hit fourteen out of thirty shots from the field and con- verted twelve out of fourteen free throws. By winning the two games on Friday, February 27, Tolleston qualified for the Saturday games. The first game was against Froebel. A slow and deliberate con- trol game won for Tolleston. The Saturday night game was the play-off for the Gary sectionals. Tolleston was playing for the championship. With fifty-nine seconds to go in the fourth quarter, Roosevelt had the ball and needed only two points to tie the score. Tolleston gained possession of the ball and retained it for the four remaining seconds of the game. Tolleston became the 1951-52 Gary Sectional Champion! Although Tolleston had played in seventeen previous sectionals, this was the first time that Tolleston had won one. In the Regionals, in Hammond, Indiana, on the follow- ing Saturday, Tolleston was pitted against Valparaiso of Valparaiso, Indiana. The Raiders got off to a very slow start. However, by displaying the same poise and coolness with which they won the sectionals, the Raid- ers came widiin two points of qualifying for the evening game. The loss was heartbreaking, but all of Tolleston was proud and grateful to the team and the coach for making a dream come true . . . GARY'S SECTIONAL CHAMPION! Abad Lou Conda Acevedo, Antulxo Acevedo joseph Acevedo Wlllli Anmutxs, Gerald Armutls Wrllram Alsup Everett Anschutz, Barbara Arthur Ethel Atcheson, C1nda Aznar Emnlra Babacz, Gerald1ne Babcock, V1rg1n1a Babuska, Donald Ba1ley Carolyn Baxo Rose Marne Balluch, Dolores Barfell, Shrrley Barnes Clara Bell Barnett, Beverly Baron, Alex Baron M1ll1e Baron, R1chard Bartal, james Bauswell Pat.r1c1a Becker Dorothy Bektesh, Vladrmrr Belec, Donna Bella Frank Bella, Larry Benner, Beverly Ann Bemardx, joseph Berry, Robert Berry Roberta Berta Geraldme Bxnge, Phyllls Bmkley, Norman Brnzen, Dorrs Blaney Rozanne Bobrllo, Natalra BODICK Gayle Bono, V1rg1n1a Bonta Robert Borausky, Laura Borden Della Borden, Lula Mae Borden Mary Ann Borman, Chnstopher Borman, Mary Ellen 3ortol1n1, Patr1c1a Powen Bonnre Bowen Peggy oynak john arbazon, Kenneth rantner, Frank rennan Patrncra rown, Barbara rown jeanette rug1on1, Louxs runo, Ronald Kermrt ukur, james ukur, R1chard ulsa, Kathryn uncrch Mary Lou urrell, Donald lawhrte, Anthony anales, George rrch, Lon arpenter Rose Marne arrrere, Grace rter Shxrley ermak Frank hapa, Adele hapa, Yvonne happle Rose Mary harochak jerry havez, Delores ryant 30 36 D 1 9 I 9 9 D 36 4 I 24 36 4 36 91 91 07 89 90 83 99 9 9 91 92 108 110 87 89 9 69, 105 83 100 84 10 96 98 8 7 8 105 106 7 68 6 67 100 9 8 , 100 101 9 7 70 83 100 9 8 105,16 8 7 9 81 91 92 71, 80 93 98 84 70 89 99 105 89 O tudent Index Chestovrch Arlene Chrnsty, Arlene Cleslak Anthony C1m1h0, Elrzabeth C1v1lette Donald Clark Marlene Clark Nma Coates, Charles Coates, Laverne Cole Beverly Coll1ns Barbara Conner, Carol Coons, Richard Corey Patrxcra Cornell, Gordon Cost1dak1s, Perry Cuccla, Donald Cunmngham, Gary Czazasty,R1chard Danch, john Damels, V1v1a.n Danko, Dolores Davld Mlhflle Davis, Helen Davrs, Ora Degeneffe Delano Degeneffe, Raymond Delaughter, Mary Demo, Paul Dennrson Gladys Detert Sylvra Devntt, Paul Dramond Theodora Drvnyak, Gerald D1xon, Patrrcla Dobrs, R1chard Dobns, Stanley Dobroleckr, john Downey, Dua Downey, Marvm Drygas, Theodore Duymovrch, Doroth Dunn, Kay Dymanowskx Ronal Dzrubla, Raymond Edwards, Phyllns England, Phyllrs Engstrom, joyce Equrhua, Arthur Erler, john Evans, Chen Kay Evans, Robert Fabnan can Fabran, Mrchael Feder Carol Ann Feder, Elame Fedorchak, Gerald1ne Felrnskr, Els1e Felton George Ferguson, Delores Ferguson Dennis Fleld, Mazme Frnk, Albert Frnk Arlene Frrpo, Charles Fleming, Elenore Flemmg, R1chard Flournoy, Helen Flournoy, Namon Foremslu Anthony Foremskr, Florene Fox, james Frank, Flame Frank janet Fuller, Martha Gaczkowskr, R1chard Galster, Carol Garbus Anna 36 31 31, 91 93 63 70 89 90 98 70, 89 6 69 82 91 3 70 101 824 68 25 66 43 66 8 25 102 8 70 6 7 25 107 108 91 92 37 99 82, 96 81, 68 84 8 31,70 00 4 6 6 37 25, 81 100 89 99 83 101 82,91 99 70 02 , ' , 24, 103 " , 25 ' 92 ' 42 , ' 25, 102 1 I 1 301 1 1 1 A U m 92 . . 1 421 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' , , 92 ' ' , 24 ' ' 36 ' ' , ' ' , , 1 , 30, 70 ' ' , 37, 107, 108 , 93 , ' ' , 23, 10. 40 24, 105 ' ' ' 92 , 36 30,70 ' ' ' 23, 1 2 ' 68 , 42, , 98, 104 ' , 25 , ' ' 40. . 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