University City High School - Dial Yearbook (University City, MO)
- Class of 1946
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we 1946 lion!
The 1946 edition ofthe DIAL of Uni'
versity City High School was designed
hy Harry Swain, Ir, of Central Engravf
ing Company, and printed hy the Britt
Printing and Publishing Company. The
covers were made hy Bccktold Conif
pany, and the photography was hy
Lange Studio, Lester Linclc, and Jack
This, the twentieth Dial published hy the students
of University City High School, records, in pic'
tures and in words, many of the activities of our
students in classes, clubs, and athletics throughout
the school year of 1945 and 1946.
A Scene to b
f7Am Wim ave AM
this, the Dial of 1946. Never should we forget the terrible price
which U. City's sons, and millions like them, have paid to preserve
for us the American way of life. Humbly we ask ourselves
whether we are worthy of the sacrifice - humbly we dedicate
ourselves to the arduous task of working for the 'Lone world" of
understanding, of friendship, and of justice which alone can
prevent another global conflict.
For the first time in the experience of those who are now
attending University City High School, our students hav
spent a year in which the world has been free from the
"blood, toil, tears, and sweat" of active warfare. Not
yet, however, does the world know "freedom from want"
or "freedom from fear," as the spectres of starvation and
of violence stalk through so many quarters of the globe.
Only when these have been banished and only when jus'
tice and understanding prevail, shall we know true peace.
University City High School linds within its
walls students who are eagerly cultivating body,
mind, and character through the activities of the
school. The fine and practical arts, social stud'
ies, languages, mathematics, and science help to
deepen their understanding of the world about
themg physical education builds health and wholef
some recreationg all of these together aim to
develop character that is founded on "the true,
the good, the beautiful." Each of these lies Within
the scope of . . .
Cut of These Portals the
Learned Shall Pass '
DR. WcJRTH MCCLURE
Superintendent of University City Schools
Simpson College, AB.
University of Wzrsliiiigtcin, A.M.
Columbia University, Ed.D.
Honorary Degrees: College of Puget Sound,
LL.D.g Simpson College, Ed.D.
cgcfminis fm fiom
MR. J. E. BAKER
Drury College, AB.
University Of Chicago, A.lVl.
Miss MARY HAMILTON
Vwfashington University, AB.
Columbia University, A.M.
Dean of Girls
Sponsor of Dial
MR. W. E. KETTELKAMP
Central Vsfesleyan, A.B.
University of Chicago, A.M.
Director of Guidance
Miss MARCSARET F.
YVashington University, A.B., A.M.
1 haII'IIIzIn of lfnglish l,E'IJZll'tlllL'llt
MRS. MARGARET C.
Miss MARJORII1 HARRIS
xV1lSl1lI1glOll University. Aff., A.M,
Sponsor of 'l'oIII-'l'oIn
WVcstern College, A.B.
vv35llll'lgfOIl University, IKM.
Sponsor of Literary Club
MRs. EDITH BODENHAFFR
Miss WILDA FLINT
University of Utah, A.B.
University of Kansas, A.M.
Sponsor of Excelsior
Drury College, A.B.
University of Missouri, A.M.
Miss ETIAIEL KAUFMAN
Missouri Stnte Teachers Follege, ILS.
Missoiiri University, All.
Miss WANIIA BOWERS
Southwest State T
eachers College, ILS.
Sponsor of Strut and lfret
Speech and Drzimatics
Miss ZI-'LLA MARY MURRAY
Miss LULU P. TUR
Carleton College, A.B.
y, A.B., ILS.
Colninbia University, A.M.
Sponsor of Mathemzitics Club
Miss LIELIAETTA BRU NS
NVashington University, A.B., AAI.
fillillflllilll of Mfitliematics Depzirtment
MR. MARVIN D. lVl,-'KRKS
YVilliam jewel, A.B.
Sponsor of Chess
and Checkers Club
Miss Buss HOWARD
Randolph Mneon, A.B.
University of Chicago, A.M.
Miss johnson MSS HHffiS
Mrs. Farrar Mrs. Bodenhafer
Miss Flint Miss Kaufman
Miss Bowers Miss Murray
MY- Mafks Miss Howard Miss Turner Miss Bruns
DR. ERWIN 1. URCH
Grove City College, A.B.
University of Chicago, A.M.
Chicago Theological Seminary, B.D,
St. Louis University, I'h.D.
Chairman of History Department
Sponsor of Ciceronians
MRS. HAZEL XVALLACH
DI-U UI-Ch Mrs- Wallach Hfgiiigigtoti University, A.B., A.M.
MR. ROBERT R, Russian.
liissouri State Teachers College, H.S.
Miss MARTHA BARNIDGE
Vlfashington University, A.B., A.M.
Sponsor of Current Events Club
MR. HowARo MCKEE
University of Iowa, A.B.
University of Chicago and
University of Missouri, A.M.
Sponsor of Pep Club
Mr Russell Miss Barnid fi
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MR. XV. C. STREHLMAN
3 Central XVcsleyan College, A.B.
XVashington University, A.M.
Chairman of Science Department
Miss MARY j. STEIDEMANN
University of Illinois, A.B.
MR. Riix CoNx'1:Rs
XV:1i'i'eiislJurg, B.S. in Ed.
Missouri University, M.Ed.
MRS. M. j. MENR15
Secretary to the Principal
Mr. McKee Mr. Strehlman
Miss HLLRN DONNLLLY
VVashington University, A.B., A.M.
t'hairman of Latin Department
Sponsor of Societas Classicalis
Miss Biassug ul. WOLFNER
Milwaukee Downer College, A.B.
New York University. A.M.
Chairman of French Department
Sponsor of Le Cerclc Francais
Miss RVTH ROTHSCIIILD
XVashington University, A.B., A.M.
Chair can of Spanish Department
Miss Steidemann Mr. Conyers of Spmlsh Club
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Mrs. Menke Miss Donnelly Miss Wunlfner Miss Rothschild
Miss MARIE GONZALES
VVz1slIi1IgtOI1 University, A.B,, A.M.
MR, QRVAL H. RIESSEN
Nortlxwestern University Wu-. B
llirector of Instrument Il Music
MR. GIQORGE J. MECHALSON M155 Gonzales Ml' RIBSSED
Lawrence College, Mus,B,
Director of Opera
Director of Vocal Music
MISS EDITH HAMMOND
WVaslIirIgtorI University X B A IVI
ClIairIII:III of Comnieicial Dep l1t1'llLllf
Miss LAURA H. BRISCOE
xxv2l.Shl!lgUlH University, HS., A.M.
Sponsor of Student Council and
llouse of Representatives
MIss HARRIOT HOFFMAN
Vllzisliington University A R
State University Of Iowa A B
Miss DOROTHY ABBOTT
University of Nebraska, B.S., M.A.
MIss FLORENCE HAACK
li.S.A.C. College, B.S
Chairmzin of Home Economics Department
MISS MAE GRAY
Art Institute, Chicago
University of Illinois
Columbia University, M.A.
Sponsor of Palette and Brush
MISS GERRY PARRISH
Universit of Missot
MR, HOWARD DENNIS
Maryville State Teachers College, B.S.
University of Missouri, M.A.
MR. A. T. DIINHAM
BIissOuri School of Mines B 9
IXIcch:IniczIl Drawing MISS Abbott MISS HHHCk
MF. DGHIIIS Mr Dunhdlh M155 Gyry M155 Pifflgh
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MR. H. E. SCHEMMER
University of Missouri, B,S,
Sponsor of Tribe
MR. CLARENCE A. MUHL
Mr. Schemmer Mr. Muhl University of Illinois, Bs.
Sponsor of Tribe
" - Physical Education
MR. FORREST W. ENGLAND
Illinois College, A.B.
University of Missouri
Sponsor of Tribe
' MR. T. L. TLIRBEVILLE
- Southweit State Teachers College, B.S.
Mr' England MI. TUflJ6V1ll6 L'nivcrSity of Colorado, A.lVI.
Sponsor of Tribe
Miss HELEN MANLEY
VVellesley College, A.B.
Columbia University, M.A.
Sponsor of Girls' U. Club
Supervisor, Physical Education
Miss VIRGINIA DICUS
' State Teachers College, B.S.
Miss Manley Miss Dicus Columbia UniVeFSifY, MA-
Miss VIRGINIA LEE WATTS
University of Blissouri, B.S.
University of New York, M.A.
Miss LOUISE ROBISON
N State University of Iowa, B.S.
University of Micliigan, M.A.
Miss Watts Miss Robison
MR. F. R. CHAMBERS
Cornell College, A.B.
Iowa University, A.M.
Sponsor of Camera Club
Miss WILMA MITTELBERG
University of Illinois, B.S. in
Dietettcs Graduate, Barnes Hospital
Mr. Chambers Miss Mittelberg
We have determined more than ever, in this first
year of peace, to make worthy use of the priceless
opportunity that is ours to acquire knowledge and
understanding in a variety of Helds. The war has
brought home to nearly all of us the necessity of gain'
ing as much training and education as possible so that
we may be ready for the next phase - college or
vocation - and may contribute our bit, either as
intelligent leaders or as intelligent followers, toward
the solution of the complex problems which confront
canzacwy, f 946
President .........,...... ........,.... W ARNER P. Diavis
ViC6'PreSident ...vv.......e ..,.,..,...,..... D 0Ris LILLIAN KAYSER
Secretary ........... ,.,.........,,, A NNADINE KRACHMALNICK
Treasurer ......,.,..... ROBERT ERRANT KOHN
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES-JANUARY 24
AT THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
PRocEssioNAL-Grand March from Aida ,......,,... ...A,.......... V erdi
INVOCATION .........,....,....,....,............,....... The Rev. Mr. R. Calvin Dobson
First Presbyterian Church
ADDRESS OF WELCOME ..................... ......,.... W arner P. Davis
PIANO SOLO-Polcmaise in Afflat ,......,.........AA...... ........ F rederick Chopin
Anriadine Krachmalniclq '
CLASS ORAT1oN ,,,..,,A,..,,,.,,...A,...,,..,......,....,.,. ,.,.,......... R obert Errarzt Kohn
ADDRESSfThe Wag' to the Best ........,......,,,... Dr. Ellis Walker Hay
First Corigregatiorial Church
Presentation of the Class to the President of the
Board of Education, E. Baker, Principal
Awarding of Diplomas by the President of the
Board of Education, Dr. Willis H. Reals
THE ALMA MATER ,,... .................... ...................................................... 'I' h e Class
REcEsSioNALAPomp and Circumstarice ,..... ........... Elgar
President ,......A....,,. .......,,.,.. R IOHARD M. BRAZNELL
Vice-President ..,,.,...,. ,..,,...... B ETTY BRUCE STAKE
Secretary ,,,....,....... CATHERINE ALTEPETER
Treasurer. .,,..,,,.,,.......,..A,...A,AE DAVID LEIT . A .
r Aff ,
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES-MAY 29 yi jf
AT THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL '
PROOESSIONAL ,..,........ ...,,...... S enior High School Band
INVOCATION ...,.....,...................,II..,.........,............ Rev. W. W. S. Hohensclrild
Church of The Holy Communion
ADDRESS OF WELCOME .......... ...,.......... R ichard M. Braznell
CLASS ORATION ..,.,...,.., ..........,, R obeft S. Hirschfield
ADDRESS .......,...............................................................,,........ Dr. Franc L. McCluer
President of Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri
Presentation of the Class to the President of the
Board of Education, E, Baker, Principal
Awarding of Diplomas by the President of the
Board of Education, Dr. Willis H. Reals
THE ALMA MATER ,...r....... ..... .,...,..........,,....... T l 18 Class
RECESSIONAL ..,........... ............ S enior High School Band
Look sharp! You may see an amoeba.
unduly, f 5
EARL GILLESPIE BURTON, IR.
I never saw his lilqe.
Lend -me your ear.
Southwest High: Latin Club 2: French Club 3, Trcas.g
Ciceronian Club 3, Sec.fTreas. 41 Debating Team 4.
Intelligent, wittyg a veritable magnet when it comes to
Student Council 3, 4, Pres.: House of Rcp. 2, Treasg jr.
Prom Com. 33 Ciceronian Club 31 Tennis Team 3, 41
Intramural Sports 4g Pres. of Senior Class 4.
A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.
House of Rep. 43 A.W.V.S. 2, 3: Strut and Fret 4: Tom'
Tom Stall 3, 4.
BARBARA RUTH AGRUSS
The way to gain a friend is to be one.
Palette and Brush 2, 3g Riding Club 3, 4g Senior Play 4g
Pep Club 2.
If we never flatter ourselves, we should have but scant
Agruss Berger Bloom
Whe'n there is nothing to do nights l study.
Service Club 2. 3.
Our good friend from Normandy.
Bowman Burton Coplan
Davis Dubei Dubinsky Eisenberg Fischmann Fixman
anotary, f 6
ALBERT I. DUBINSKY
It is a world of startling possibilities.
Would we could say tlie nice things we tliinlg. BETTY GOLDENBERG
Soldan High: Spanish Club 3: After School Sports 2. 3' Fore-Ugf the forgmpgt in fun,
A'W'V'S' 3' 4: Pep Club 3' Spanish Club 2, 3: After School Sports, 2, 3: Senior
Play 4: A.W.V.S. 2: Literary Club 2: Service Club 2:
RITA FISCHMANN Pep Club 3'
Her charm and beauty enslave us all.
Pen in Hand Club 4, Pres.: Leader's Club 2, 3: Seryicc JACK HEIMAN
Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4: House of Rep. 4: After Always the,-5 with a hglpi-ng hand.
School Sports 3.
VIRGINIA DOROTHY HENSKE
JOYCE FIXMAN Faithfulness and sincerity first of all.
NDF from the SWT-9 do I my Wisdom Pluck- Service Club 2: Swimming Club 3.
Horseback Riding 2, 3g Ciceronian Club 2, 3, 4, Pres.:
Debating Team 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Tomfrfom Staff
2, 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4.
FRANK H. HAMILTON, IR.
His motto is "I'll get by"-and lie does.
Football 2: Track 2: Baseball 4: Intramural Basketball 3,
GENE GERBER 4: House of Rep. 3, 4.
To do nothing is in every man's power.
Intramural Sports 4: Badminton 4. MARY LOU HILLER
A charming and clever girl.
ADELE GERSHON Blewegt High.
A tiny, dainty damsel she.
Camera Club 2: After School Sports 2, 3. LOIS HOUGH ,
l Sometimes I get so confused!
HARRIET GINSBERG Senior Play 4: Strut and Fret 2, 3, 4, VicefPres.: After
A funnier girl we do not know. School Sports 2: Art Club 2: A.W.V,S. 2: Pep Club 3.
Now is the time for all . . .
vcnoictry, f Q4 5
He scatters enjoyment along his way.
Football 2, 35 Track 25 Golf 25 Basketball 2, 3.
She is a rare combination of charm, friendliness, and
After School Sports 2, 3, 45 Bowling Club 45 Pep Club
2, 3, Pres. 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain5 VicefPresident
of Sr. Class 4.
I like to take things as they come.
Excelsior Club 35 Mortar and Pestle 35 Matli Club 3, 45
Bowling Club 35 Honor Pin 4.
Give me the opportunity and I will move the world.
Student Council 3, 45 House of Rep. 2, 3, Chairmang
Dial Staff 2, Asst. Ed. 3, 45 Tom-Tom Staff 2, Ed. Asst.5
Latin Club 2, Pres. 3, 45 Math Club 3, Pres. 45 Cicerof
nians 3, VicefPres.5 Debate Team 3, 45 Track 2, 35
Mortar and Pestle 35 Treas. of Sr. Class 4.
I could be brilliant, too, if I studied.
Current Events Club 25 Track Team 2, 3, 45 Excelsior 25
GLORIA JEAN KAHN
An honest heart, a staunch friend.
Strut and Fret 2, 35 German Club 3, 45 Math Club 35
Swimming 35 Chemistry Club 3.
Inger Kahn Kaplan
A boy to be relied upon.
Track 2, 35 Honor Pin 4,
BEVERLEE CELESTE KARSH
She is spiced with variety.
A.W.V.S. 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Bowling
Club 25 After School Sports 45 Excelsior Club 35 Horse'
back Riding 2, 3.
Karsh Kayman Kayser
Kean Kohn Kopman
Krachmalnick Kramer Kutten
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JOCELYN RUTH KOPMAN
Another of our upftofdatefgirls.
Her talent and charm are known to all: fame will be
Sec. of Sr. Class 4: Pep Club 2: Schoenthaler Awards 3,
4: Spanish Club 2, 3, Sec. 4: TOI11'TO111 Staff 4: Dial Staff
4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 4: A.W.V.S.
2: Ciceronians 3: Bowling Club 2.
NORMA GLORY KRAMER
Theres not a worry in her head.
Service Club 3: Pep Club 2: A.W.V.S. 2: After School
Sports 4: Bowling Club 3.
Strong reasons make strong actions.
Soldan High: Excelsior Club 2, 3: Mortar and Pestle 3,
4: Track 4: Tennis 3, 4: Bowling Club 3.
She's versatile and vivacious.
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Sgt.fatfArms.: Dial Staff 2, 3, 4: Tom'
Tom Staff 4: Honor Pin 4: After School Sports 4:
GERALDINE M. LIPCIN
She's anything nice you say she is.
TomfTom Staff 2, 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4 Treas.: After School
Sports 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4.
The first duty of a woman is to be pretty.
MAXINE LEE MARMOR
We canft help liking her.
Service Club 2, 3: Tom-Tom Staff 3: Literary Club
Pen In Hand Club 4, Sec.'Treas.: Latin Club 2.
NORMA RUTH MOSS
A good sport: she's faithful and true.
TrifY 2: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 4.
DON S. NIBECK
Pleasure before business.
Football 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2: Band 2, 3, 4.
BETTY VIRGINIA NIELSEN
Life can be beautiful.
ALBERTA MARIE ORF
Some must attain the heights of success.
Leader's Club 4: House of Rep. 4: Service Club 2, 3,
U. Club 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3.
An all around star.
RICHARD REEVES PHELPS
Occasionally he plays football.
Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2: I'IifY 2.
In each cheek appears a pretty dimple, and on her lips
House of Rep. 3, 4g Dial Staif 2, 3, 45 TomfTom Staff 4:
Latin Club 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 4: Taberna 2.
ZARA MIRIAM RICHTER
It's 'nice to be nice when you're naturally nice.
A.W.V.S. 2g Bowling Club 3, Treas.: Service Club 4.
A light heart lives long.
Mt. Vernon and Blewett Highg Tom-Tom Staff 3, 4g Dial
Staff 3: Pep Club 2, 3.
SHIRLEY JEAN SALZBERC
She can talk on and on. and on!
A.W.V.S. 3g Swimming 3g Bowling 3: Senior Play 4.
I graduate with pleasure.
Pep Club 43 Senior Play 4: After School Sports 3.
The hand of an artist.
Art Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4g Spanish Club 4: Honor
Pin 2, TomfTom Staff 4.
The best is yet to come.
Service Club 25 Excelsior Club 3: A.W.V.S. 3, 45 Swim'
RCSE JEAN STEINBERC
Of quiet ways but brighter thoughts.
A.W.V.S. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4: Swimming 4: Bad'
minton 3: Archery 4.
VERA CATHERINE STEINHCFF
Forget me not.
After School Sports 2.
Earth's noblest Cleed, a perfect gentleman.
We cannot all do all things, but I like to try.
Sr. Class Play 2, 3, 4: Strut and Fret 2, 3, 45 Mortar and
Pestle 3, 4.
Happy, warmfheartecl and true.
Granite City High.
An inborn grace that nothing lacks of culture.
A.W.V.S. 2, 3, Vice'Pres. 4: Mortar and Pestle 3, 4:
Tom'Tom Staff 3, 4: Pep Club 3.
ELVIN M. SILVERMAN
It's been a long, long time.
Phelps Rabushka Richter
MARCIA ELAINE SPECTOR
Always gay and beguiling.
Pep Club 3.
JEROME JOSEPH STEDELIN, JR.
A smooth, easy-going chap.
St. Louis Country Day School.
Ring Salzberg Schnitzer
Schultz Shucart Silverman Spector E Steclelin Stein
Casual thoughts are sometimes of great value.
Service Club 2, 3: Bowling Club 33 After School Sports
33 German Club 3: Pen In Hand 4g Horseback Riding 43
Pep Club 4.
ELSIE ELNORA WALKER
A pleasant, unassuming maid. ALAN MARTIN YEDLIN
Pep Club 3. His duty is to entertain the ladies.
Tribe 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 39 Basketball 2: Football 3, 4g
SHIRLEY WEISMAN Intramural Basketball 3.
Going, but not forgotten.
HARRY RICHARD WILLIAMS
LENNIS EVERETT YOUNG, JR.
ITIICTCIS mischief in this man!
Pep Club 4g Math Club 4g Senior Play 4: Cheer Leader
Nothing there is that bothers me,-much. 43 Tribe 4-
BARBARA JANE ZATLIN
A face with gladness overspread.
Basketball Manager 4g House of Rep. 4g Intramural Bas'
JAMES WILLIAMSON Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4g Senior Play 43 After
MCH UI few wofd-9 me the be-St men- School Sports 4g Excelsior 2: Bowling Club 2: Cicero'
Mortar and Pestle 3g Intramural Football 3. nians 2.
Williamson Yedlin A Young Zatlin
JANUARY SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Edward Block Roma Rosen Kenneth Weinstock
We gaily pass from class to class.
Do not women make the world go -round?
Service Club 2: Pep Club 3, 41 After School Sports 2, 3.
DAVID R. ANDERSON
Life is too slwrt to frown and worry.
HifY 2, 3, VicefPres., Pres. 4g Current Events Club 4g
Concert Band 2, 3, 4g Marching Band 2, 3, 4.
Doesrft he tell a story well?
Iowa City High, Iowa: Football 4: Basketball 4g House of
Rep. 4, Operetta 4.
Not a believer in all work and no play.
Current Events Club 3, 4, French Club 3: Intramural
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A practical arrcl alert mind.
Dial Stall 2g Bowling Club 3g Pep Club 4g After School
Sports 2, 3, 4.
ANNEDA ROSE ALBERT
If any of us have no enemies, it is she,
A.W.V.S. 3, Camera Club 3, 4g Squad Leader 3: After
School Sports 2, 3g A Cappella Choir 2, 3.
Ackert Albert Alper
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Of manners mild and wirmirrg. P is
Soldan High, A.W.V.S. 25 Operetta 4. N
Her talerlts are many.
Student Council 4, Scc'yg House of Rep. 3, Sgt.'atfArmsg
Leaders Club 3, 4g After School Sports 2, 3, 4, Senior
Altepeter Altman Anderson
Baker Balk Ballman
Barker Bawn Becker
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No speech uttered is comparable to silence.
Be merry if you can.
TrifY 2, Swimming 3, 4, Service Club 4.
Shels an attractive girl. Do you know what "eye"
Academy of the Visitation, Leaders Club 4, Senior Play
4, Strut and Fret 4, Operetta 4, Tri-Y 4.
Full of vigor and pep.
A.W.V.S. 2, Spanish Club 3, Service Club 3, 4, After
School Sports 2, 3.
'You can do whatever you think you can.
Football 2, 3, Tribe 3, 4.
SYLVIA LEE BERNSTEIN
A friendly person.
JEAN LEE BERRY
Not a firm believer in all work and no play.
After School Sports 2, Service Club 2, Leaders Club 4.
H. VICTOR BLOUNT, JR.
Here comes a man of comfort.
Farragut Naval Academy, St. Petersburg, Fla., Football
2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, HifY 2, 3.
JAMES CARL BOLES
Sometimes smiling, sometimes serious, always friendly.
HifY 3 Pres., 4 Pres., Track 2, 3, 4, Tribe 3, 4, Golf 3,
House of Rep. 4, Dial Staff 3, 4.
There is niothing like fun, is there?
A Cappella 2, Track 2, 4, Football 2, 3, Honor Pin 2,
HOIESQ of Rep. 3, Student Council 4, Tribe 3, 4, Dial
MARTHA ANN BOOTH
Content with the present, whatever it may be.
Pep Club 2, 3, 4, TrifY 2, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Literary
Club 3: Bowling Club 3.
Itls a pleasure to know her.
Ritenour High, Art Club 3, 4, TrifY 3, 4, Current
Events Club 3, Service Club 4.
RICHARD M. BRAZNELL
The ability to lead and guide is Dick's to show and 'not
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4: Tribe
2, 3, 4, House of Rep. 3, 4 Chairman, Student Council
4 Vice'Pres., Jr.fSr. Prom Comm. 3, HifY 2, 3 Vice'
Pres., Service Club 4.
"Don't you see?"
HENRY E. BUCHER, JR.
Famous for his doing of the unexpected.
HifY 2, 3, 4' Football 2, 3, 4.
RCBERT E. BURCENER
Every inch a man.
Football 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Intramural B' fketball 4.
Worry kills mari. Why die?
Student Council 4: TomfTum 3 Asst. Ed., 4 Co'Ed.:
Spanish Club 2, 3 Treas.: Art Club 2: Boys' Glee Club 3:
Service Club 4: Dial Staff 3.
GEORGE A. CAMPBELL
We'd walk a mile for a Campbell.
Student Council 4: Tribe 3, 4: Problems Club 3: Teen
Town 3 Pres.: House of Rep. 3: T0mfT0m 2: Concert
Band 2, 3, 4: Jr.fSr. Prom Comm. 3: Service Club 3, 4:
Cross Country 43 Track 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4.
DONALD H. BRECKENRIDGE
He who pleases others, profits in it himself.
House of Rep. 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: HifY 3, 4 Treas.:
Concert Band 2, 3: Chess and Checkers Club 3, Current
Events Club 4.
A talented soul.
Senior Play: Strut and Fret 3, 4 Pres.: Bowling Club 2,
3, 4: Archery 2, 3: TomfTom Staff 3, 4: Service Club 3,
4: Honor Pins 3, 4.
Breckenridge Brick H. Brown
As refreshing as a clay in sprinig.
School is great, but fun is better.
After School Sports 2, 3: Leaders Club 2: Pen In Hand
P. Brown Bucher Burgener
Byars Campbell Chappuis
Choden Christensen Clapper
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DONALD A. CHAPPUIS
Let us enjoy life while we can.
St. Charles High, Detroit, Mich.g Football 4.
Ah, who will walli a mile with me, along life's merry
All that glitters is not gold-but she is.
After School Sports 2, 3, 4.
Nothing ever gets him down.
Southwest Highg Cross Country 43 Track 4.
His personality speaks for him.
A Cappella 3g Operetta 4.
DICE M. COWGER
' Dice just keeps rolling along.
German Club 2, 3 Sgt.fat'Arms, 4g
House of Rep. 3, 4.
Known for his cheerful disposition.
HifY 2g Mortar and Pestle 3.
Math Club 3, 4g
ELSIE MAE CRISP
A friend to many friends.
TrifY 2: Girls' Glee Club 3g A Cappella 3g Operetta 4g
After School Snorts 2, 4.
If he worked as hard at his studies as he does at other
things, he would be a topfnotcher.
JEAN LOUISE CUMMINGS
Quiet, yesfbut still water runs deep.
A.W.V.S. 2, 3 VicefPres., 4: Tabcrna 2, 3, 4g Leaders
JOSEPH H. DAVIS
He may be small, but so was Napoleon.
Stamp Club 3 Pres., 4 Pres.g Mortar and Pestle 3g Excel'
sior 2, 3.
FRANK A. DAWDY
Eats well, sleeps well and doesrft work any too hard.
HifY 2g Service Club 2, 4.
JANET MARIE DAY
She has wit and grace, likewise blonde hair and a
After School Sports 2, 3: U. Club 3g Pep Club 3, 4g
Service Club 3: House of Rep. 4g Operetta 4.
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JAMES FRANKLIN DIRTH
A real fellow.
Football 3, 43 Track 3, 4, Tribe 45 Intramural Basket'
Such as she are always needed.
TrifY 21 Leaders Club 2, 3, After School Sports 2, A
Cappella 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 3.
'I'l1ere's just something about lief that one can't help
Cheerleader 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 4, Operetta 4, Varsity
Sports 2, 3, Leaders Club 25 House of Rep. 43 Spanish
ROBERT MARVIN EDLIN
A man who knows how to enjoy life.
Football 3, 4, Camera Club Z5 Current Events Club 3,
Service Club, 3g House of Rep. 4.
Sunny smiles and winsome wiles.
Pep Club 3, 4, Bowling Club 3, 4: Horseback Riding 3,
4: After School Sports 2, Tri-Y 2.
She's really got wit, and thafs not all, eh?
Horseback Riding 3, 4g After School Sports 3, A Cap'
pella 2, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT RAY DELONG
Wavic something original done? Just call Bob.
Football Manager 3, 4: Basketball Manager 3g Baseball
3, 4, Excelsior 3, Tribe 3, 41 Bowling Club 4.
Her winning personality speaks for itself.
TrifY 2, 4: Palette and Brush 2: Spanish Club 2.
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Do what you want to do,
Solclan High School.
A noble woman, nobly planned.
Palette and Brush 2, 3 Sec'y, 4 Pres.: Math Club 3, 4:
Dial Staff 3, 4: Student Tutoring 3, 4: Honor Pins 2, 3,
4: Service Club 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 2: Horseback
Riding Club 4.
NCRMAN MERRILL ESSMAN
By the work one knows the wofkman..
Clayton High School: Intramural Baseball and Basketball
The right man in the Tight place.
Soldan High School: Football 2: Intramural Basketball 3:
Baseball 3: Current Events Club 2: Bowling Club 2.
Always more than 'ready to do his share.
Honor Pins 3, 4: Service Club 3: German Club 3 Vice-
Pres., 4 Pres.: Track 3: Intramural Sports 3.
She has hidden abilities.
The mighty mite.
Literary Club 2: French Club 2: Operetta 4: A Cappella
2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 3.
Footfloose and fancyffree.
ALVIRDA ANNA FINKE
Work and play do mix.
A Cappella 3: Girls' Glee Club 3.
ROSE LIBBY FINN
She has the warmth of true friendliness.
Palette and Brush 2, 3 Vice-Pres., 4 Sec'yfTreas. and
VicefPres.: Camera Club 3, 4: Strut and Fret 4: Service
Club 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 2: Honor Pin 3: Sen'
ior Play 4: A.W.V.S. 3: Operetta 4.
Whenever the going gets Tough we just call for Hermie.
Mortar and Pestle 3: Math Club 4: Basketball 2: Intra'
mural Softball 2: A Cappella 2.
WILLIAM F. FOX
They say that good things come in small packages. ,
Excelsior 2: Intramural Softball 4.
A happy nature is a gift of life.
After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Leaders Club 3: TrifY 2, 3,
4 VicefPres.: Service Club 4: Pep Club 3, 4: U. Club 4
Sec'y: Tom'Torn 3, 4.
A rose among thorns.
We call her Tombstone 'cause she goes to your head.
MYRA DEAN GASSMAN
Life can be beautiful like a rose.
A.W.V.S. 2, 3: Service Club 3g Bowling Club Z.
DOLGRES RITA GEIGER
Such as she are always heeded.
A.W.V.S. 2, 33 Bowling Club 4g Dial Stall 4: Operetta
4, Senior Play 4.
A brainy type, but good at hiding the fact.
Webster Highg TrifY 2, TomfTorn 3, 43 U. Club 3, 4
Sec'yg House of Rep. 4 Sec'y: Student Council 4g After
School Sports 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4,
Honor Pins 2, 3, 4.
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IRIS JUNE FROMMEL MARCIA M. FUHRER rj
She can take hold anywhere. Her soul is full of joy. 'lj
Tom-Tom 2, 3 Ed., 4g A.W.V.S. 2. 3: Service Club 2. Operetta 4: Senior Play 4: Palette and Brus 2,.3" 0
3, Camera Club, 2, 3, Pen In Hand Club 43 After School Tom 3, 4g Literary Club 4, Spanish Cl b er ' C135
Sports 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 2, Student Council 3, 4g 3, 4: Honor Pin 4. ,ll ml L
Leaders Club. ' I . 'j If l
HELEN LOUISE FRY ,IUNE MARIE FUSSNER f f , 3 A if
The will is the thing. Not on easy terms with wow ,V K
S.T.I'I.S., Sparta, Ill., Service Club 3. After School Sports 2, 3, 4. ' S .
I if .fl I ' V
Frommel Fry Fuhrer
Eussner arrellf I A Gassman
Geiger Gillman Glastris
Cflazier Goldenberg L. Goldstei
CYNTHIA HELEN GLASTRIS
Quite an accomplished young woman.
TrifY 25 Service Club 2, 35 Archery 45 Leaders Club 4g
Senior Play 45 Strut and Fret 2, 4 VicefPres.
LOUIS HERBERT GLAZIER
He has an optimistic outlook on life.
Ihtrarnural Basketball 2, 35 Mortar and Pestle 35 Tome
Tom 3, 4.
BORAH MAE GOLDENBERG
We looked and still the wonder grew,
That one small head could carry all she knew.
A.W.V.S. 25 Current Events Club 3, 4 Sec'yf'I'reas.g
Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Vice'Pres.5 Taberna 2, 35 Service Club
45 Palette and Brush 2, 35 French Club 2, 3 Pres.5 Honor
Pins 2, 3, 4.
LESTER L. GOLDSTEIN
Some of these obstinate people just won't agree with
Cheerleader 3, 45 Senior Play 3, 45 Strut and Fret 3, 45
Pep Club 3, 45 Tribe 3, 45 Mortar and Pestle 35 Bowling
Club 25 Chess and Checkers Club 3, 45 House of Rep. 45
Intramural Sports 3, 4.
WILLIAM BOYD GOLDSTEIN
Music hath charms.
Soldan Highg Operetta 45 Math Club 45 Spanish Club 4
VicefPres.5 Current Events Club 45 Intramural Softball 4.
With the best intentions, she always does her best.
ROBERT E. GORDEN
Big in body and mind.
Track 2, 3, 45 Tribe 3, 45 Basketball 45 Service Club 25
LORRAINE EVELYN GORMAN
Everyone should be as contented as I.
Leaders Club 2, 3, 45 U. Club 45 After School Sports 2,
Her smile is infectious.
Leaders Club 45 Latin Club 25 Pen In Hand 45 Girls' Glee
Club 35 After School Sports 2, 35 Pep Club 45 TrifY 4:
House of Rep. 4.
She has the ability to do and say the right thing.
Leaders Club 2.
A good person to know.
TrifY 2: Spanish Club 3.
Not too quiet.
Excelsior 25 Bowling Club 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
Happy am I, from care I'm freeg
Vfhy arerft they all content like me?
TrifY 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 After
School Sports 3, 45 House of Rep. 4.
The twentyfseven miiiutolderby.
Our Chief Executive.
Math Club 3, 4: Dial Staff 3, 4: Debate Club 2, 3 Pres.:
Honor Pin 3: House of Rep. 4: Student Council 4 Pres.:
Service Club 4.
LOIS EVELYN HEROLD
It's no task to be happy.
After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Dial Staff 4.
DAVID R. HETZLER
He'll always make the grade.
Football and Basketball Manager 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Problems
Club 3: Tumbling 3: Tribe 3, 4: Baseball 4.
A good student, a good fellow, and e'uei'ybody's friend.
House of Rep. 3, 4 Pres.: Student Council 4 VicefPres.,
Aud. Chairman: Current Events Club 2, 3 Pres., 43 Cicef
ronians 3: Math Club 3, 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: Track 2:
Football 3: Ir.-Sr. Prom Comm 3, Chairman: Dial Staff
2, 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Sons of the Am. Rev.
Citizenship Award 4: Student Tutoring 2, 3, 4: Vale-
left 25 fe 4,
'X if at-le' 4
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TED C. HQEYLSIU : 'B ROGER B. HARMON
I'll either find ay or wialgrgone. ' A lady's man, but the lady lives in Texas.
Basketball 2: Baseba lf 3: ncramural Basketball 3, Wrestliiig 2: Track 3: Tumbling 3, 4: Baseball 4.
SHIRLEY MARIE HAPP
If it's in the book she knows it.
TrifY 2: French Club 3: Service Club 3, 4: Dial Staff 3,
4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: First Schoenthaler Award 3.
Hannum Happ Harmon
Still achieving, still pursuing.
Palette and Brush 2: TrifY 2, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4:
Spanish Club 2: Bowling 3, 4: Horseback Riding 2, 4:
French Club 2: Basketball 2: Majorette 3, 4.
Hawkins Hearsh Herold
Hetzler Hirschiield Hoehn
Hofacker G. Hoffman P. Hoffman
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IRMGARD D. HOEHN
Bubbles like a brook.
Pep Club 2, 3, 4: TrifY 25 U. Club 3, 45 Bowling 3g
After School Sports 2, 3, 4.
True as the needle to the pole.
HifY 2: German Club 3 Sgt.fatfArms, 4 Sec'y.
A light heart lives long.
Intramural Basketball 3g Baseball 2, 3,
I would rather wear out than rust out.
A.W.V.S. 2, 3: Spanish Club 35 After School Sports 2.
A thousand things wonft move me to wrath.
A.W.V.S. 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3: Senior
Play 2, 45 After School Sports 2, 3.
EUNICE RUTH HORN
The irrepressible spirit of a woman.
A Cappella 3.
ROBERT B. HUBER
Always a good mart to trust.
Palette and Brush 2, 3, 4 Sec'y'Treas.5 Strut and Fret Z,
3, 4 Pres., Sec'y: Senior Play 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2.
JACK G. HUGHES
If silence is golden, don't accuse him of hoarding.
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 45 HifY 25 Tribe 3, 4.
DONALD WARREN HUMPHREY
A musician he, and many other accomplishments his
Lee High, jacksonville, Fla.: Concert Band 2, 3, 4
Marching Band 2, 3, 4.
BETTY J. HUMPHREYS
A girl one doesn't easily forget.
Leaders Club 25 After School Sports 25 A Cappella 2, 3
Knowledge is power.
TomfTom 35 Current Events Club 35 Camera Club 2
Chess and Checkers Club 3 VicefPres., 45 French Club 2
Honor Pins 2, 3, 4.
A very earnest and sincere person.
After School Sports 25 TrifY 3.
ROBERT A. IACOBSMEYER
It's a shame that school includes studies.
HifY 2, 35 Bowling Club 4.
I wonder what's inside.
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Her jolly smile is the kind that never wears off.
After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Operetta Principal 41 U.
Club Sgt.fatfArms 4g Leaders Club 2, 4: TrifY 2: Pep
Club 2g Bowling 3, Horseback Riding 3: Swimming 3.
Possesses equal portions of fun and work.
TrifY 2, 31 Service Club 25 Operetta 45 Swimming 4.
He enjoys having a good time, but who doesn't7
Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 33 Operctta Business Mgr.
4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4.
He is a nice person to know.
A Cappella 3.
A small man in inches, but every inch a man.
Service Club 3, 4, Track 4.
RALPH E. JOHNSTON, JR.
Says little and works bard.
House of Rep. 3, 43 Chemistry Club 2, 3g Spanish Club
3g Concert and Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Badminton 4.
Johnson Johnston Jolley
Many are called, but few are chosen.
Football 2, 35 Track 2, 4.
Fvanlgness is a rare virtue.
A. Jones P. Jones G. Jones
Kaplan Katz Kessler
King Kiyasu Kleiman
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D. B. Kramer
She came to us a new friend, but left us as an old one.
Soldang A.W.V.S. 2.
She is happy, and happiness is contagious.
U. Club 2, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 41 After
School Sports 2, 3, 43 Service Club 2, 3.
JOHN Y. KIYASU
He is quite an, orator.
Lowell High School, San Francisco, Butte High School.
Butte, Ariz.g Clayton High Schoolg HifY 2, Basketball 3,
Student Council 4: Honor Pin 4.
Itis easier to smile than to frown.
A.W.V.S, 2, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 3, 4.
JOYCE MAE KLEIN
'Theres a sparkle in her eye.
Service Club 2, 3: Leaders Club 43 Girls' Glec Club 2:
A Cappella 2, 3, Operetta 4.
To do and not to Tue.
A.W.V.S. 4g Girls' Clee Club 3: A Cappella 3.
LOUIS MARVIN KOHN
An all around good fellow.
Dial Staff 2, 3 Bus. Mgr., 4 Co-Ed., Student Council 4,
House of Rep. 3: Track 2, 3, 4g Tribe, 2, 3, 4, Societas
Classicalis 2, 3 Sgt.fatfArmsg Honor Pins 2, 3, Mortar
and Pestle 3, Service Club 2, 3, 4g Service Award 4.
DONALD B. KRAMER
Naturally good and faithful to his word.
House of Rep. 4g Track 2, 3, 4g TomfTom 3, 41 Dial
Staff 3, 4: Senior Play 4g Current Events Club 43 Camera
Club 2 VicefPres.g Math Club 4 See'yg Strut and Fret 4,
Service Club 4g Intramural Basketball 4, Tribe 3, Stamp
,Quite a boy.
Football 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3.
Wliat shall I do next?
She has been endowed with a happy nature.
DOLORES JEAN KRIEGSHAUSER
She has that elusive sometliinfg called "cha1'm."
Pep Club 2, 3: Leaders Club Z, 4: After School
Sports 2: Service Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 3 Sec'y,
4 Pres., Taberna 4.
STANLEY E. LAIDERMAN
Ah, now for the fun.
Camera Club 2, 45 Marcliing Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band
2, 3, 4.
Ready, aim, fire!
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Vim, vigor, and vitality.
Pep Club 3, 4g Current Events Club 4g Bowling Club 4g
She sails smoothly along her way.
Excelsior 2, Bowling Club 3g Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
Business before pleasure, and then lots of pleasure.
Student Council 4 Pub., Citizenship Chairman: Latin
Club 2 Secly, 3 Pres.g Service Club 4g Tomffom 3, 43
Interlochen Scholarship 2g Concert Band 2, 3, 4g Dial
Staff 4: Teen Town 2 Sec'y, 3 VicefPres.g Basketball 25
Senior Class Treasg Problems Club 3.
ANNABELLE GENE LEWIS
The will is the thing.
TrifY 23 Spanish Club Z, 3, 45 Bowling 2g Hockey 3.
LOIS JEANNE LANE
Continually studyingwweither men or styles.
Horseback Riding 35 Operetta 45 Pen In Hand Club 4:
Taberna 4g Leaders Club 4g A Cappella 2.
A baseball fan.
Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Lane Lange Lapin
JAY MARVIN LAPIN
Knowledge is power.
Camera Club 2, 3g Current Events Club 33 House of Rep.
3, 4g Honor Pins 2, 3, 4.
Honest toil makes him happy.
Soldan High, Mortar' and Pestle 35 Honor Pin 2.
Lapushin Larkin Lasky
Leitch A. Lewis D. Lewis Litvaq Long Madden
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A puzzle-but all puzzles are interesting.
IRVING R. LITVAG
What hc doesnt know about sports amounts to
Tomffom 2, 3, 4: Current Events Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish
Club 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Senior Play 4: Operetta 4:
Strut and Fret 4: Service Award 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4:
Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
Words would be superfluous.
'I'ri'Y 2, 3: After School Sports 2, 3: Horseback Riding
Club 3: Bowling Club 3: Current Events Club 3, Pep
Club 2, 3.
None but himself could be his parallel.
Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Baseball
3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3: Tomffom 2.
She is gentle, she is shy, but there's mischief in her eye.
Spanish Club 2, 3 Sec'yg Service Club 2: Leaders Club
2, 3: After School Sports 2.
'I'he're's nothing like fun, is there?
Pep Club 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Bowling Club 3: After
School Sports 3, 4: Horseback Riding Club 2: Operetta 4.
MURRAY C. MCMILLAN
Don't rush through this life-the 'next one may be
House of Representatives 4.
RUSSELL THOMAS MCNAMARA
A jine specimen of manhood.
Operetta 4: Bowling Club 2.
ESTELLE M. MEDALIE
I'd say she was shy, but I know her too well.
Palette and Brush 2: 'I'rifY 2: Operctta 4.
IDA LOUISE MEDLEY
Inclined to be friendly.
Pep Club 2.
Is she quiet and demure? Dont he too sure.
A.W.V.S. 2: Service Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Senior
Play 3, 4.
CAL S. MERSTETTER
A runner of the track.
Track 2, 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4: HifY 3: Cross Country 4.
Is she talking again-or still?
Spanish Club 3, 4: Math Club 3, 4: Dial Staff 3, 4: Sen'
ior Play 4.
Hirschiield and the House.
vine, 7 94 6
Step lightly, she frightens easily.
Latin Club 2g Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Service Club 23 Bowling
Club 33 After School Sports 2, 3: A Cappella 2, 33 Girls'
Glee Club 3.
HERBERT E. MIZES
He knows what he knows.
Football 3, 43 Honor Pin 43 Camera Club 33 Current
Events Club 3.
We wish her all sorts of prosperity.
After School Sports 2, 3, 43 TomfTom 33 Dial Staff 3, 43
Spanish Club 43 Tri-Y 23 Leaders Club 43 Cperetta 43
Taberna 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
No cares beyond today?
Track 2, 43 Football 23 House of Rep. 2.
A hue mind, a fine girl.
U. Club 3, 4 VicefPres.3 Bowling Club 3, 43 Pep Club 2,
3, 43 House of Rep. 33 Honor Pins 2, 3, 43 After School
Sports 2, 3, 43 Operetta 4g Tri-Y 2.
A good mind, a ma"nne'r kind.
U. Club 3 Sec'y, 4 Pres., After School Sports 2, 3, 43
Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Service Club 23 Taberna 43 House of
Rep. 2, 4 Sec'y: Honor Pins 3, 43 Cperetta 43 TrifY 23
Leaders Club 2, 3.
A. Miller E. Miller Millman
An individual individual.
A.W.V.S. 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3, 4g Mortar and Pestle 3:
Palette and Brush 3: Current Events Cluh 3, 4
A cheerful companion is worth gold.
Bowling Club 2, 3, 43 Leaders Club 43 U. Club 43 TrifY
2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: After School Sports 2, 3, 43
Mills Milton Mizes
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Sure to find her place in life.
A friendly feeling toward all.
Excelsior 25 Taberna 25 Dial Staff 45 Leaders Club 45
Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4.
MITCHELL M. MURCH
We have to give it to Mitch-
As a wit he's really rich.
Football 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tribe 4.
A good heart is worth all the heads in the world.
After School Sports 35 Horseback Riding Club 3, 4.-
'I'here's an indefinable charm about her.
Math Club 3 Sec'y, 45 TrifY 25 Spanish Club 3, 4 Sec'y5
Latin Club 25 Leaders Club 25 After School Sports 2, 3,
4: House of Rep. 3: Horseback Riding Club 3.
A pleasing personality.
JOHN ROGER NELSON
A future opera star.
Societas Classicalis Z Sgt.fatfArms5 Spanish Club 3, 4
VicefPres.5 Track 2, 45 Baseball 35 Golf 2, 3, 45 I'IifY 2,
35 Basketball 25 Operetta 45 A Cappella 25 Ping-Pong
I arn on my way with a merry heart.
Pep Club 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 A Cappella 25 Current
Events Club 2, 45 After School Sports 2, 45 Operetta 45
TomfTom 2, 45 House of Rep. 4.
CLARENCE V. NORSWORTHY, IR.
Lilies whatever he looks on, and he looks at all the girls.
Golf 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Boxing 2, 3, 45 Cross'Country 45
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Operetta 4.
Sincerity is the keynote of her personality.
House of Rep. 3, 4: Student Council 45 Leaders' Club 25
Pep Club 2, 3. 45 U. Club 3, 45 After School Sports 2,
3, 45 A Cappella 35 Girls' Glee Club 3: Operetta 4.
Through life she marches, with a steady tread.
Horseback Riding Club 2.
PAULA LAURA NOVAK
One of the Big Three.
U. Club 3, 45 Horseback Riding Club 25 Student Coun'
cil 45 House of Rep. 45 TrifY 25 Leaders Club 2, 45 Pep
Club 45 After School Sports 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 2,
3, 45 A Cappella 2, 35 Operetta 4.
Clever in many ways, and nice to look at.
Spanish Club 2, 35 Pep Club Z, 35 Senior Play 45 Service
Club 25 Excelsior 2 Tribunal, 3 VicefPres, 4 Pres.5 Cam'
era Club 45 Chess and Checkers Club 45 A,W.V.S. 2, 35
After School Sports 4.
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"Double, double, toil and trouble."
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ARY LOU POYNER
Oh, this learniing-what a thing it is.
PATRICIA ANNE PRICE
As long as I'm happy and youfre happy, what else
Bowling 2, 3, 4g After School Sports 2, 3, 4: TrifY 23
Pep Club 25 Service Club 2, 3, 4, Leaders Club 4.
MARGARET ELLEN QUEEN
Among the top students of the school.
TrifY 1: Spanish Club 2, 4: French Club 3 Pres., 41
Service Club 3, 4, Dial Staff 2, 3, 41 Honor Pins Z, 3, 43
Schoentbaler Award 3: Student Tutoring 4.
UBERT H. RABORN
You can always depend on him.
Football Mgr. 2, Basketball Mgr, 2, Tribe 2, 3, 41 Intraf
mural Basketball 33 German Club 3g Tumbling 3, 4,
Bowling Club 4.
FREDRICK GUSTAVE OERTLI BETTY JANE PETERSON
Generally speaking, lie is generally speaking. Askfdo not command me to do things.
Footbrill 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: TraCk.2, 3, 4: Tribe 3, 45 TrifY 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3g After School Sports 2, 3.
House of Rep. 4g HifYA Treas. 2, Pres. 3, 4.
BEN E. opfcnwmgoiia J
I nevevfintencl to die from overwofk.
Football 2, 3g Baseball 3, Tennis 25 TomfTom Writingh ' RICHYARD PHILLIPS I
Staff 3, Camera Club 2g A Cappella 2, 3, Senior Play 4, I m sure that care s an enemy to life.
Oertli Olscbwanger Peterson Phillips Poyner PUC6
Queen Raborn Radloif Ramsey Ranke Raven
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Girls' Glee Club 3, Operetta 4.
RUTH RAMSEY X ,Xu
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'Seerj1iSZnCl1iby3g1Bowlir?g Clilb 2, Pep QCJIUISSZ, 3l 4g Uk When John SOUZJW fo leaffk it Uppfafed that fun and
Club 3, 4, After School Sports 2, 3, 4g Chorus 4.
LAVERNE JANET RANKE
She knows whatls what.
Pep Club Z, Bowling Club 3.
JULIUS STANLEY RAVEN
Raven are his locks.
Bowling Club 21 Mortar and Pestle 39 TomfTom Asst
Bus. Mgr. 3, Bus. Mgr. 4: Math Club 4.
JAY M. REICHMAN
Genius-he says to himself.
Service Club 23 Intramural Sports 2g A Cappella 3g Boys'
Clee Club 3.
If beauty were trumps, what a hand she would hold!
After School Sports Zg Service Club 2g TomfTom 4.
.Quality not quantity.
Latin Club 21 TornfTom 2, 3, 4, HifY 3, 4 VicefPres.
Intramural Sports 2, 3g Problems Club 33 House of Rep.
33 Student Council 4 Treas.g Service Club 3, 4g Track 2
Mortar and Pestle 3.
Brentwood High School, Intramural Basketball 2, 4.
CAROL FISHER RITCHIE
Between the bindings of books she finds supreme joy.
Trona High School, Trona, Calif., Spanish Club 4 Trcas.g
Service Club 4g Dial Staff 4g Honor Pins 3, 4g Schoen'
thaler Award 4g Palette and Brush 4, Student Tutoring 4.
A treadev' of the cinder path.
Cross Country 3, 4g Track 2, 4g Tribe 3, 45 HfY 4g Intra-
mural Basketball 4g Concert Band 2, 43 Marching Band
2, 4. '
Worry is a stranger to me.
He adds color to the campus.
Beaumont High School, Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33
Track 2, 3, Tribe 3, 4.
ELEANOR ALICE RONDBERG
No relation to Sigmund.
Soldan High Schoolg After School Sports 3, 4.
This laughing gas is only halffstrength.
Honor lies in honest effort.
Service Club 41 U. Club 3, 41 Spanish Club 2: After
School Sports Z, 3, 4, Horseback Riding 4: Leaders Club
2, 33 A.W.V. S. 2, 35 Honor Pins 2, 33 Dial Staff 4.
I'm sure cares an enemy to life.
WILBUR E, RUDMAN
I won't give up the job until it's done.
German Club 3, 4 VicefPres.
DORIS RUECKERT 4
One of the best.
U. Club 3, 4: Leaders Club 2, 33 TrifY 2g Honor Pins 2,
3, 43 Schoenthaler Award 33 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Bowling
Club 4 Sec'yg Taberna 4g Operetta 43 After School
Sports 2, 3, 4.
We'll miss him when he leaves.
Chess and Checkers Club 2, 3 Pres., 4 Pres., Strut and
Fret 2, 3, 4 Treasg Tomf'I'om 3, 41 Bowling Club 23 Sen'
ior Play 3, 45 House of Rep. 33 Operetta 4g Mortar and
Pestle 35 A Cappella 2.
VIRGINIA LEE ROSE
'AGiue Me One Dozen Roses."
Palette and Brush 3: A Cappella 2, 39 Pen In Hand 2, 3:
Spanish Club 43 Pep Club, Z, 3, 4g Latin Club 2, 3g After
School Sports 2, 4.
S. Rose V. Rose Rosen
Lifefs no better if we hurry and worry.
Soldan High School.
Whevi he succeeds, the me'rit's all his own.
Toinffom 3: Baseball 3: Honor Pins 3, 4.
Rosenberg Rosenkranz Rossi
Rudman Rueckert Rupp
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BARBARA F. RUPP
She has a mind of her own amd uses it.
Fassifern School, Hendersonville, N. C.: Dial Staff 3:
French Club 3.
A friendly heart has many friends.
After School Sports 2.
ROBERT GEORGE SCHMIDT
The joy of life is living it.
Palette and Brush 2, 3, 4 Sec'y-Treas, and VicefPres.:
Senior Play 3: Ciceronians 3: Current Events Club 3:
Track 3, Service Club 2, 3.
ERWIN E. SCHOWENGERDT, JR.
Quiet but steadfast.
Stamp Club 3, 4 Pres.: Badminton 4.
MA RGIE ANN SCHUMAN
Good nature without disguise.
A.W.V.S, 2, 33 Service Club 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 2, 4:
After School Sports 2: TrifY 2.
ROBERT OLIVER SCOTT
He is a man. Need we say more?
Beaumont High School: HifY 3, 4: Palette and Brush 3,
4: Football 21 Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, CrossfCountry
Something will turn up.
TrifY 2: Service Club 2: After School Sports 4.
True to her work, her word, and her friends.
What a merry smile has she!
TrifY 2, 3, 4 Treas.g Leaders Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2,
3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: U. Club 3, 4: After School Sports
2, 3, 4.
RUTH GENE SENTURIA
Merry anid wise, gay and serious.
Strut and Fret 2, 3, 4 VicefPres. and Sec'yg Palette and
Brush 2, 3: Taberna 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3: Service Club
2, 3, 4: Honor Pin 3: TomfTom 3, 4: Senior Play 4:
Operetta 4: French Club 3: A.W.V.S. 3.
NORMA FRANCES SHANFELD
How can a person know so much?
Girls' Clce Club 2: A Cappella 3: Honor Pin 3: Chess
and Checkers 3: Latin Club 3.
A fascinating little blonde.
Maplewood High School: TrifY 3, 4: Palette and Brush
3: After School Sports 3, 4: Bowling Club 3: Pep Club
3, 43 Operetta 4.
ROSALYN LEILA SHAPIRO
Always does her best.
Latin Club 2: Stamp Club 3 Sec'y, 4 Sec'yg Service Club
2: After School Sports 2, 3: Leaders Club 4: Horseback
Riding 3: Honor Pin 4.
Symbols of triumph.
JOYCE ELAINE SIEVERS
I am faithful to my beliefs.
Pep Club 2, 3: After School Sports 2, 4: Service Club
A good friend to all.
Latin Club 3: A Cappella 3.
How much he has learned!
Camera Club 2: Math Club 3: Mcnrtar and Pestle 3 Treas.:
House of Rep. 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4: Student Tutoring
DONALD F. SMITH
He is conxstant to his purpose.
Men prefer blondesfbut not when Be'rt's around.
Soldan High: Bowling Club 3, 4: German Club 3, 4
Treas.: Chess and Checkers Club 4 VicefPres.
Follow those that are wise.
Current Events Club 2, 3 VicefPres,, 4 Pres.: Math Club
3, 4: Dial Staff 3, 4: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4.
Shenker Shieber Sibley
I graduate with pleasure.
Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Baseball 3, 4: Tribe 2, 3, 4.
A student lie isgserious, too. Hell never fail to take
Track 2, 4: Cross Country 3: Tribe 3. 4: HifY 4 Sgtnatf
Arms: Mortar and Pestle 3: Math Club 3, 4: Student
Tutoring 3, 4: Operetta 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4.
Siebert Sievers Silverman
Simon D. Smith I. Smith
L. Smith R. Smith S. Smith
Has a mind of her own and uses it.
Worry is a stranger to me.
TrifY 21 A Cappella 2: Girls' Glee Club 35 Operetta 4:
After School Sports 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY J. SMITH
A common name, but a most uncommon girl.
Why do all the girls stare at me?
Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball
3, 4g Tribe 3, 4 Sgt.-atfArms.
He strives liard to please-especially the ladies.
Intramural Basketball 2: Current Events Club 2.
Everything will come if a 'man will just wait.
BETTY BRUCE STAKE
It's certainly no use to deny that some people are born
After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: U. Club
33 Dial 3 Assoc. Ed., 4 Assoc. Ed.: Leaders Club 4:
Student Council 3, 4: Senior Class VicefPres. 4: Oper-
He possesses one of lifes most beautiful qualities-
House of Rep. 3, 4: Student Council 4: Honor Pin 3:
A Cappella 2: Chess and Checkers Club 4: Current
Events Club 3 VicefPres., 4 Pres.: Senior Play 4: Oper'
A light heart lives long.
TrifY 2, 3 Sec'y, 4 Pres.: Leaders Club 4: Pep Club 2, 3,
4: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4 Treas.: House of Rep. 4: After
School Sports 2, 4.
MARCIA H. STERNECK
.Quiet-like an explosion!
Literary Club 2, 3, 4: Operetta 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4.
Ambition knows no rest.
Dial 2, 3 CofBus. Mgr., 4 CofEd.: House of Rep. 4:
Student Council 4: Spanish Club 3 Pres., 4 Treas.g
Honor Pins 2, 3, 4g jr.fSr. Prom Comm. 3: Swimming 3g
Service Club 4: Intramural Sports 2: A Cappella 2, 3.
EARL C. STUCKMAN, JR.
Takes all things calmly.
Service Club 2: Boys' Glee Club 3: Concert Band 45
Marching Band 4: A Cappella 3.
Mrs. Menke, you know you shouldnt gyp.
JANET ANNE THOMAS
Her ways are quiet, but silence is eloquent.
TrifY 21 Pep Club 2g Swimming 4.
Ah, what a girl she is-friendly, loyal, modest.
Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Pres., U. Club 3 VicefPres., 4 Pres.:
Cheerleader 2, 3, House of Rep. 33 Student Council 4
Sec'yg TrifY 2, 3 Sec'y, 4 VicefPres.q Taberna 4, After
School Sports 2, 3, 45 Leaders Club 4.
Charming, witty, she knows all,
On the road of life her car wonft stall.
U. Club 3, 4 VicefPres.g Leaders Club 3, 43 TrifY 2, 3,
4 Pres, and Sec'y: Honor Pins 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 43
Dial 3, 4 Asst. Ed.. After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Schocnf
thaler Award 3, Service Club Z, 3, 4.
Each mi-nd has its own methods.
To know her is to admire her.
Andrew jackson High, Jacksonville. Flag Cperetta 4g
PCP Club 2, 3, 42 Tri'Y 2, 4: Math Club 45 U. Club 43
Service Club 4: Dial Staff 41 After School Sports 2. 4:
Bowling Club 2.
One of those girls with a fine disposition.
Spanish Club 3, 4: TrifY 2.
Sutemeier Tair Tggglgf
A hard worker who deserves much credit.
Student Tutoring Committee 3, 4.
While we live, let us live.
Tevis Thomas Tiehenor
Trziey Trauth Turken
Uhlmansiek Underwood Vaughn
' LOIS RAE TURKEN
A merry twinkle hath she.
l Soldan High: Horseback Riding Club 2, 3: Swimming
N Club 3.
Ambition, kindness, and courage create a unique H
Servicc Club 2, 3, 45 House of Rep. 3, 4 Vice-Chairman:
Student Council 3, 4: Honor Pin 2: Problems Club 3:
Tribe 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3,
W 4: Baseball 3, 4.
She came as a stranger and left as a friend.
5 MARY ELIZABETH VAUCHN
l A true friend is always a frie'nd.
1 Rob't E. Lee High, Jacksonville, Fla.: TrifY 35 Bowling
Club 3, 41 Spanish Club 3, 4 Sec'y, Pres.: Swimming 3:
Service Club 4: Honor Pin 4.
SHIRLEY JO VERSCHLEISER
Supreme in personality.
TrifY: TomfTom 2, 3, 4 Ed., Strut and Fret 2, 3, 4: Pep
Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Swimming 35 Hono
X Pins Z, 3, 4: Service Club 4.
l ALTEN VOCLER
Q A quiet, co'nservative, and sensible fellow.
HifY 2, 3: Current Events Club 23 Bowling 4.
JACK voN FUNK
A man after his own heart.
Tribe 2, 3, 4: Track Z, 3, 4.
Not to be hurried or confused.
Gentle and sweet, a good friend to all.
LETHA MAE WATERS
A pleasing countenance is no slight advantage,
A Cappella 3: Girls' Clee Club 3.
r MARILYN WATERS
Her personality makes friends and her loyalty keeps
French Club 2 Sec'y: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2,
3, 4: Dial Staff 3, 4: Leaders Club 4: Basketball 2.
CELESTE EILEEN WEINSTEIN
Add mach to whatever she does.
East St. Louis High: Senior Play 4: Spanish Club 4
' nians 4 Treas.: Palette and Brush 4.
Thirteen home games for only 51.24.
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He ranks high in our esteem.
Math Club 2, 3 Vice'Pres., 4: Dial Stall 2, 3, 4: Mortar
and Pestle 2, 3: Interlochen Scholarship 3: Service Club
3, 4: Honor Pin 3: Basketball 3.
Wl167I you want Something done Tight, do it yotwself.
Math Club 3 VicefPres., 4 Pres.: Current Events Club
3, 4: Mortar and' Pestle 3: Honor Pins 2, 3: House of
Rep. Z, 3: Student Council 4: Student Tutoring 2, 3, 4
Chairman: Cperetta 4: Boys' Clee Club 3. 4: Service
Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 3, 4: Harvard Book
Her hopes arent always realized, but she always has
A Cappella 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3.
ROSALIE LOUISE WOHL
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
A.W.V.S. 3: Honor Pin 3: Camera Club 4: Literary Club
2 Sec'y, 3: Latin Club Z. 3: Pep Club 2: Service Club
2, 3, 4: Current Events Club 4: TomfTom Staff 'lg Dial
Stall' 3, 4: Alter School Sports 2.
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BETTY WHITESCARVER J C IGHTMAN
She hw Style dll the wl1fl6- '2 um to all for her friendliness.
Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' Clee Club 3: A Cappella Z, 3: f School Sports 2: TrifY 2: Pep Club 2: A Cap'
Opcretta 4. 95: c 2.
FERDINAND RUDOLPH WIEDERHOLT, IR. I . QV
Football and women malqe him a mighty man. L R AIN K I Jr A d
Football 2, 3, 41 Baskctbaii 2, 3. Baseball 2, 3. Tribe 2, C' PJ hm' E, mb won' lerlnlally mf' S'
4 Pres.: House of Rep- 23 Student Council 3, v de Club 2: Tr1fY 2: Swimming 3: Service Club 4.
Whitesczrrver Wiederhfuldt Wightmaii 9 Wiiidsor Winsby Winter
Wittmzlier Wohl Wylie Yalem York ZillfSIH 111
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JANICE WYLIE ,
Listenring is a great art in conversation.
Tri-Y 2: Spanish Club 3.
He once made an A minus in Latin.
Latin Club 2, 3 VicefPres.g Mortar and Pestle 3: Honor
Pins 2, 3, 41 Chess and Checkers Club 4: Student Tutor'
ing 3, 4.
BILL YORK 'C
Don't rush meg time goes on forever M
Camera Club 3. '
Real worth speaks for itself.
Math Club 4: Dial Staif 4: Intramural Basketball 2:
Honor Pin 4.
IRVIN J. ZEID
We don't know what to do with him, and we dont
know what we'd do without him.
Band 2, 3, 4: Baseball Z, 3: Intramural Softball 3.
Always prepared to say something.
Band 2, 3, 4: Operetta Orchestra 4.
A charm that's all her own.
A.W.V.S. 2: Service Club 23 Excelsior 2 Tribunal: After
School Sports 2, 3, 4: Leaders Club 3: Pep Club 3, 4:
Senior Play 4.
Her warm friendship and kindness appeal to all.
Service Club 2, A.W.V.S. 2: Excelsior 2 VicefPreS.: Pep
Club 2, 3: After School Sports 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
Always ready to have fum.
JUNE SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
SUMMER SCHOOL SENIORS
Witty, clever, and admired by all, Isabelle
lives on in the memory of those who were
privileged to know her,
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JOHN INORAM ALBACH QLt. j.g.J, Navy
BILL ANDREWS fEI1Sig1lD, Navy Pilot
WILLIAM R. BAXENDALE QLt.J, Army Air Corps
TOM BOUTON QP.F.C.J, Army
ALBERT BOXERMAN QPvr.J, Army
LAWRENCE BRASIER QCpl.J, Army
ALEX G. BRUCE, JR. Qlst Lt.J, Army Air Corps
RAYMOND H. BURGHER QP.F.C.J, Army
ERNEST CARR QLt.J, Army Air Corps
HOWARD D. CORY QLt.J, Army Air Corps
WALLACE EMMER QMajOrJ, Army Air Corps
JOSEPH L. DELEAL Qlst Lt.J, Army Air Corps
WILLIAM C, FELTMEIER QP.F.C.J, U.S.M.C.R.
JOSEPH WARREN FINCH QLt.J, Navy
CHRISTOPHER C. FREEMAN QLr. j.g.J, Navy
ARTHUR C. GAINES QLt.J, Army
GAIL A. GAINES QPvr:.J, Army
KINGDON C. GISI-I QLt.J, Army Air Force
ARTHUR V. GENS QS. Sgnj, Army Air Force
JOSEPH N. GLENN Qlst Lt.J, Marine Air Corps
E. A. GREVE, JR. QZIICI Lt.J, Army
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MELVIN L. GRIPEITH QS. Sgrj, Army
CHARLES FRANCIS HAANEL
ROBERT D. HILDEBRANDT QPvr.J, Army
ROBERT A. HORWITZ Qlnd Lt.J, Army
DAVID F. HUGHES QLt. j.g.J, Navy Air Force
AARON INGER QCpl.J, Army
NOLAN E. JAAS QP.F.C.J, Marines
BILL JACK QEIlSigDJ, Navy Air Corps
MORRIS KORNBLUM QCapt.J, Army
JOHN W. LARGE QSgt.J, Army Air Corps
PHILIP LEPOWITCH QS. Sgt.J, Army
MATHIEU LEVY QPetty Officer Zfcj, Navy
ARNOLD MICHELSON QT. Sgnj, Army Air Corps
JOHN H. MURRELL QCaderJ, Navy Air Corps
MERCER QRWIG QBoatswain's Mzrtej, Navy
THOMAS Cr, PFIFFNER Qlst Lt.J, Army Air Force
CHARLES SCOTT RODEWALD QP.F.C.J, Marines
RICHARD LAIRD ROOT QLt.J, Army Air Corps
DONALD K. SANDERS QCapt.J, Army
JAMES J. SEARCY QPvr.J, Army
DALE G. STANZA QLLJ, Army
STANFORD G. WOLFSON Q2rid Lt.J, Army Air Corps
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l'r:xwtor1l. Bnckenknnip, Block, llriggin, Clirunlrers. Copeland, Cowger, Beclcnmn, Doro, lluvison.
Beard, Abrams, Conklin, Ilcntrup, Cawthon, Angercr, Brocksclnniclt, Cohen, Boxer, Barr. Clipncr, Cutter.
lilll'lSIKI1ll'lt'l', Cliristoplmer, llrnnctt, A!lllL'lC. llrmlley, Brandt, Bench, Cole, DeNVitt, Bernard, Burgher, Berger.
lilock, Ilnu, lbrilwlrcn, Blumenfeld. Berger, Bzxrnlmrt, Dillc, Bnslmre. liarr. Cohen.
Blass, llorrson, Brnnk. Hlxuttncr, Burch, f'otl:u'. lily, Cohen. Butler, Davis
fireenblntt, Harris, Kern, Frolichslcin, lilmerlc, Glazer, Hurtlnann, liadcxn, Ginsberg. floodmzm, l'iClKl,Cllll2lll, lirieglmuser, Cooper.
Krzinzbcrg, llclmkcn, Ginsberg, llcmlriclcs, Grosse, lictchersislc, liollr, Fuldner, Gross, Kraus, Horwitz, lizulern, Foote, liroslmerg.
llrinnn, llaefnur, Ifznxsek, Gray, llellcrncl, liozirney. Howerton, Hays, Reinhardt, Goodall, Bi:-rfreund. llzmsnmn, Ewing, lfndalcp
Hcinze, Gorman, Hyman, Franc, Enoch, l:ElCli'lll, Korcliok, Fisher, Griffin, Horwitz.
Liurenstcin, Haigler, lingeling, lloltzman, Ewing, llollandcr, Hooil, Grosherg, l:l6lSCllll'lElIlll, Colicn, Grober.
Kohn, Fry, Kaplan, llollannler, Fowler, llensku, Fisk, Huppericll.
Prohert, Newmark, Rathert, Recht, Rosen, Pritzker, Newson, Lange, Morath. Lloyd, Emas, Montgomery, Moorehcad, Miller, Lewis, Lucas
Mclineny, Pohle, Levinson, Picker, Lipman, Lieberman, Ross, Priess, Phillips, lessen, Moehlman, Mclielvey, Neal, Levy, Miller.
Ledger, Rudhriian, Thomeczek, Pierce, Orear, Rosenstrom, Pearlstcin, Portnoy, Pallnkoff, Kidwcll, Cooper, LinS0l1, Loewvnsfein. Bflmfli, C'i1l1Pl'SS
McElroy, Raborn, Murphy, Goldenherg, Smith, Routmzui, Rosen, Levine, Loufle, Livingston. Miller, Life, Mitchell, Pearhnzm.
Mairglous, Radman, Pope, Ramsey, Morganstern, Polishuk, Nixon, Speer, Lewis, Michelson, Rubin,
Landis, Morrison, Muc-nch, Miller, Lending, Pclsue.
Yates, Shiclcman, Zimnlerman, Shacklcs, Sherman, Smith, Tuttle, Voss, NVeinherg, Sloan, Sophir, Setzekorn, Laulerwoocl, Saphiau, Brandt.
Solomon, Zlatnick, Seigel, Supic, Schauh, Zicrchcr, Stciuherg, Sherman, VVeiss, Seligsohn, james, Tapscott, Ungar, Zellinger.
lfngeling, Ileinze. NVertheimer, Fisher, Sophir, Schultz, VVohl, Dougherty, ,l. Smith, XVel1ster, Smith, VVright, Sander, VV:igner, VVise.
Sakosky, VValdman, Wagoner, VVeinstein, Ollanik, Thomas, Tracy, Scheinmcr. Young, Medzilic, Thomas.
ToHe, Susman, Zerinan, Shapiro, Sieg, Sparks, Salzhcrg, Stanhope, W'erncr, Thompson.
Barbieri, Byrne, Burstein, Drill, Engel, Becker. Bans, likwall, Cousins, Cook, Barnhart.
Baker, Boriling, Elliott, Eisner, Butler, Doll, Elias, Corzine, Daly, Crowder, Cohen, Cornwell,
Chazen, Birnbaum, lihrhardt, Beckman, Baldwin, Eshleman, Braznell, Booker, Anderson, Brandt, Baris, Berger, Beinke.
Finig, Anderson, Castulik, Condoleos, Cutter, Bradley, Bowman, Edelman, Changar, Boxer, Alport, Cohen.
liclwards, Brockman, Cohn, lidelstein, Cohen, Birke, Davison, Arthur, Best, Brodkey, Augustin, Engel.
, Y ,,,,,,
Frager, lleitman, Goldberg. llastings, Ginsberg, Kayinan, llartlcy, Jones, Ciorltam, jones, Hirsch, Fussncr, Hoffman, Davison, Gaylor, Hall Kremer,
lliller, llenry, Friedman, Gibbs, Guenzhurger, Fremdcr, Humphrey, Erwin, Fennerty, lloenig, Katzinan, Foster, llirsch, Fisk.
Kaplan, Kohn, llasson, Ganntt, Gelhcr, Feltineier, Hyatt, Harper. Huck, jones, Franz, Kolh, Katz, Gollub, Frohlichstein.
Goodman, Gorelick, Fox, Gasrner, Heinz, Froininel, Hoeltge, Fay, Hutson, Klausner, Kohn, Gorman, Greenfield, Helman.
Goldenherg, Hornhein, Wolff, Hippeninever, Klearman, Gale. llochman, Felt. Harrison, Hoffson, Greenberg.
Hamburger, Hennan, Heiinnn, Fisher, Hampton, Klanher, Franklin, Hampton.
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f' ff L jf " , ' " r 5 o L' op omored
Edson, Meyers, Bruce, Lit-hig, Rudolph, Moore, Oertli, Nissenhuuxn, Price, Lees, Polinsky, Ransin, Richzison, Davison, Litz, Marion, lforse
llfayer, Moss, Lieberman, Malt, Rich, llorganstern, Rosvik, Lederer, Lanier, Napper, Morrison, Pugh, lliohme, Mitchell, McKinney, hloss, Levy
Levine, Leventhzxl, Bliserocchi, Mcngel.
Murrowes, Roufa, Lupton, Laughlin, Nlueller, Lloyd, Pcarlstone, Molos, Lite, Levy, Ollanik, Rohlfing, Levy, Owen, Roblee, Mcliinney, Long
Brocksclnnidt, Rosen, Murch, Lurie. ,
Liebeg, Nelson, Lending, Olschwanger, llitleirler, Kasschnuni, Greenwald, Lieberman, Goldstein, Ritter, johnson, Day, Lochhead. Lyon, Abrams
Pelsue, Morris, Hylonas, Ronsick, Mondel, Meyer, Roscnherg, Rahushkzi, Rappaporl, Birk, Pzitjens, Mcflure
Goldstein, Lambeth, Peterson, Moehlc, Brownell, London, Miravalle.
XVhite, Walker, XVitte1s, VS'ells, VVl1ite, Young, XYciner. Stark, Sutlholt, Tucker, Staley, Stiers, NVeitzmzin, Sax, VV:-mel, Smith, Steinbnck.
Waters, Sachar, Stcinkc, Wioodcock, Poe, Scallct, Tomlinson, Siem, Stoliar, Smith, Stern, Tlminzis, XYarrcn, Shoss, XVielzinshy, WVerncr, Young
Ser!-ier, Sorlue, NYilson, Schwarz, Thompson, Torgove, Wehb, Schott, Tucker, Sinipkins, Schuman, VN':iltl1nan, Sclmeider, Sylvester, Schneider
Zelhnger, Teblne, Sparks, Sappington, Rubenstein. VVilson, Ulxlmansiek, Seiler, Solomon, Wbelce, VVindsor, Smith, Brown, VVetzel.
we try to carry out the present philosophy of educa-
tion which believes in the value of uniting activities
with studies. In these the student learns to put into
practice the knowledge he has acquired in class, to
cooperate with his fellows in planning these activities,
and to carry a project to completion. All these conf
tribute to the building of personalities that can work
with others for the attainment of significant ends in
the world beyond the school.
President ,........,,,....,...... .............. W arner Davis
VicefPresident .......... .......,.... B ob Hirschfield
Secretary .................. ......... C athy Altepeter
Treasurer .......,ww, ,............ J ack Davison
The Student Council of last fall had a busy and
successful semester. Their annual IcefBreaker Dance
opened the school's social season, and the second
annual Football Dance on December 8 was the most
successful dance ever held at U. City. The Council
appropriated 5350 toward the purchase of a new
auditorium projector. Among the projects carried
out by the council were the work on the paper
drive, the improvement of the cafeteria system, the
sale of bookcovers to the school, and the revision of
the advisory election system.
- ,J Sponsor-Miss Briscoe
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Warner Davis' ' I Cathy Altepeter Elizabeth Miller
u . Dick Braznell Jean Norwine
. . George Campbell Paula Novak
Alan Dore John Richards
lack Davison Betty Stake
Bob Hirschield Bob Stanza
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M B. Kohn, Kiynsu, Stanzn, Biznell, Dore, L. Kuhn, Richards. A
Novak, Norwine, Verschleiser, Leitch, Miss Briscoe, VVinter, Tichenor, VVerner
Carnphell, Altepeter, Hirschheld, Davis, Davison, Stake.
Chairman ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. ,..................,,,.....,...,........... BO b HirSCl1iIClCl
VicefChairman ,...,..... ..,,.,.. T om Uhlmansiek
Secretary ,.A,A,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,...,x..,. E lizabeth Miller
Treasurer ......,.........,..........................,................,......., Ken Cl1ambC1'S
The House of Representatives sponsored many
projects during the first semester of this school year,
which were of service to our school. Besides carry'
ing on the sale of Wzxr Stamps, a Wzir Bond Drive,
started by a House assembly, was conducted, in
this, 512,000 worth of bonds were sold.
The House also compiled information for a new
Indian Guide Book to be published next fall for the
sophomores, conducted the school's most successful
paper drive from which enough money was received
to purchase a microphone, and sold Basketball Acf
The House helped assemble fiftyffive Christmas
stockings from the advisories for wounded veterans,
collected contributions for the Red Cross, War
Chest, and Tuberculosis funds, and took subscripf
tions for the TomfTom.
Dick Bockenkamp Lois Harper
Jim Boles Tilford Hearsh
Barry Boonshaft Dorothy Homer
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Cowger, Grinnn, Simon, Strain, Montgomery, Nappur, Tehlwtts, liric-gslizrnser.
Qrf, Homer, liischmann, IIHIIIIIIUF, Miss Briscoe, Lapin, Bolt-s, Ur-rtli, llearsh. Ungar.
Seeger, Tracy, Chambers, Uhlmansiek, Hirschfield, Miller, Ramsey, Harper. Scheninler, Nixon.
President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. .,,,,,,,,,.A.,,,,,,,,,......AA..,...,,,....... T ilford Hearsh
VicefPresident ..,..,..... ....,,.......,.... D ick Braznell
Secretary ......,,..,....,.,.. ....,.. C laudia Tichenor
Treasurer ........,. ......,. .... ........ ...,.... J o h n Richards
The Student Council the second semester has
accomplished many things. We have continued the
selling of busfpasses, planned another successful
Club Arrowhead, devised a system for cleaning
the tables of the cafeteria, sold book covers, stickers,
and made the selling of pennants next semester pos'
sible with a booth in which to sell them. A wel'
coming Committee has been formed to welcome
students who are enrolled after the semester has
begun, and to invite the ninth grade students of
Hanley and Ward to visit our school. Many assemf
blies were planned this semester, including the Citi'
:enship Assembly of the Student Council, after
which wallet size pictures of the school were handed
out to the members of the faculty and student
Cathy Altepeter Dave Leitch
Barry Boonshaft Lew Ramsey
egilwczlenf Cbwnci Dick Bram
Xl intuig-'l'el1bt-tts-, Stanfa, Hooiisllafl, Dore, Davison, Ulilniansic-li, NYe1'nur.
lvllm, Strain, Miss Briscoe, Leitch. Stake, llillinan, Altepeter, Byars, Horwitz.
Brazm-ll, Richards, lxiyasu, llirsclllleld, Ya-rsclilciscr. Ranisex, 'l'iehenoi', Hearsli.
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Chairman .,,......., .....,
SergeantfatfArms ,....,... ....,..
The second semesters House of Representatives
helped many school clubs and organizations. It aided
in securing subscriptions for the Dial and TomfTom,
in the election of Campus Leaders, in explaining the
new cafeteria system to the students, and assisted
the Mothers' Club in various ways.
The House also continued the sale of Defense
Stamps in the advisories every two weeks, sponsored
another paper drive and cleanfup day, and completed
the Indian Guide Book for publication.
New projects accomplished by the House were the
purchasing of notebooks for House Members in
which they could keep their notes on House Meetf
ings, and the production of a talent assembly.
Joe Baker Carol Gillman lean Norwine
Henry Barr jim Greenblatt Paula Novak
Ruth Blattner Anne Creeson Don Pelsue
Io Anne Dille
owe 0 Qlo1fe5enfafiue5
Reclit, Sloan, 4L'ngar, Fleisclimann. Sliapiro, Wtililmerg, llixvger, lXlontgoinery, Lewis, liwing, McMillan.
Iolinstou, Lapin, lzcllin, Stark, Miss Briscoe, NVQ-lzel, Grimm, liriegsliauser, fupples, Bockenkamp, Pelsue.
Hrznznell, lirecson, Selieiumer, Pope. llillc, Nluench. Ticlienor, Hillman, Cliamlxers, Barr, .liraineig Day.
Cohen, Balk, Leitch, Drill, Boonsliaft, Dore, Tuttle, Boles, Hartmann, Shieher.
Birnbaum, Muennig, Susuian, Mueller, Tracy, Sutemeier, Queen, Thomas, Lewis, Schaefer, Eudaley.
Lending, Hirschtielll, Goldberg, Malt, Moellei', Rosenkranz, Berger, Ilerold, Salzlierg. VVaters.
Meyer, Morrison, XVerner, Miss Hamilton, Kramer, Ritchie, Wohl, Landis, Sander, Hollander, Cohen.
Hearsh, Winsby, Kohn, Strain, Tracy, Stake, Happ, Epstein.
Editors in Chief .........,,,
Co Business Managers ...,.....
Assistant Editors ....i.....
Circulation Manager ........,,,, ..,.....,.... S hirley Happ
Typist .....,..,......,,.,..............,,,...,.,,,.................,...,,....,... Becky Muennig
Don Kramer Don Winsby
Harriet Moeller Dave Leitch
Fern Rosenkranz. joy Lending
Gloating over their masterpiece.
Mary Ann Schaefer
Mary Ann Schaefer
Mary Margaret Thomas
Olflflf - OWL
Nlanaging Editor: Shirley Verschleiser.
Make-up: Dick Byars.
News Editor: Ronald Horwitz.
Feature Editor: Dave Leitch.
Copy Editors: Carol Gillman, Jean Seeger.
Sports Editor: Irving Litvag.
Girls' Sports: Paula French.
Photographs by lion Kramer, ,lim Underwood, Ethel Morrison.
Photography Make-up: Jiin Underwood.
Reporters: Nancy Berger, llarold Brodkey .loyce Fixinan, Marcia
Fuhrcr, Don Ilochman, Dan Hurwitz, Gerry Lipcin, Bob Mor'
ris. Herschel Price, Sheldon Rose, Gloria Rudman, Esther
Salzberg, Geraldine Susinan, Ruth Senturia, Elaine Brick, Arlan
Cohn, joy Lending, June Lending, Thelma Lending, Mary Ann
Bording, Sandy Schultz.
Typists: Advanced Typing Classes.
Sponsor: Miss Harris.
Business Manager: julius Raven.
Assistant Business Managers: Herbert Glazier, George Ewing.
Circulation Manager: Evelyn Ribstein.
Assistant Circulation Manager: Phyllis Iloltzinan.
Exchange: Selene Rabushka, Carolyn Bashore, Marilyn Landis.
Staff: Francis Korchock, Anuadine lirachmalnick. loy Lending,
June Lending, Myra Ritter, ,loan Rosenberg, Esther Levy.
Sponsor: Miss Flint.
Co-Editors: Dick Byars. Ronald Horwitz.
Feature Editor: Gerre Susman.
Special Features: Harold Brodkey, Herschel Price.
Editorial Assistant: Bob Morris.
Boys' Sports Editor: Irv Litvag.
Girls' Sports: Paula French.
Copy Readers: Carol Gillman, ,lean Seeger.
Photography Make-up: jim Underwood.
Photographers: Don Kramer, Byron Sachar, Gerre Snsinan, Ethel
Morrison, ,lim Underwood.
Typists: Miss lIainmond's Typing Classes.
Reporters: Nancy Berger. Don Ilochman, Dan Hurwitz, Sheldon
Rose, Gloria Rudman, Esther Salzberg, Ruth Senturia, Arlan
Cohn, June Lending, Thelma Lending, Charlotte Nixon, Betty
Sponsor: Miss Ilarris.
Circulation Manager: Phyllis I'Io
Exchange: Carolyn Bashore.
man, Barney Lewis.
Sponsor: Miss Flint.
Business Manager: Julius Raven.
Assistant Business Managers: Herbert Glazier, George Ewing
Assistant Circulation Manager: Marilyn Landis
Stainfz Myra Ritter, ,loan Rosenberg, Esther Levy Phyllis IIolt7
llurwitz, Balk, Frommcl, Cohn, Miss Flint, Morris, Hochman, Lewis, Rihstein,
Salzberg, Miss Harris, Richards, Bording, Berger, Price, Brodkey, Ewing, Levy, Rosen, Ritter.
Kramer, T. Lending, J. Lending, Korchok, Nixon, Fuhrer, Senturia, Morrison, Landis, Rose.
French, Gillman, Susinan, Byars, Verschleiser, Horwitz, Raven, Litvag, Glazier.
Let joy be unconfined.
Si, Si, por supuesto!
Shade fam Cfaddica id
Nancy Berger Esther Salzberg
Myrna Morganstern Borah Mae Goldenberg
Esther Salzberg George Ewing
Eugene Yalem Dean Smith
Societas Classicalis, better known as the Latin
Club, was founded on March 17, 1951, by Miss
Donnelly and Mr. Bergman. The purpose of the
club is to promote interest in the study of the clasf
sics. This year the Latin Club visited a model of a
Roman Camp at Washingtoil University and also
devoted one meeting to the Greek language. Social
activities included a Hallowe'en party and a party
to celebrate the birthday of the club.
S ponsor4Miss Donnelly
Dolores Kriegshauser Mary Elizabeth Vaughn
Roger Nelson Boyd Goldstein
Mary Elizabeth Vaughn Alice Nelson
Bob Strain Carol Ritchie
The Spanish Club spent most of its meetings
attempting to fulfill the club's purpose-to acquaint
its members with Spanish customs and literature.
Programs have taken the form of geography quizzes,
Spanish spellingfbees, learning Spanish proverbs, and
various other games. The club actively took part in
the PanfAmerican Federation of St. Louis this year
and helped sponsor the Federation's annual ball. A
Christmas party was held at the Castilla, and the
scene of its annual picnic was the Chain of Rocks
Levine, Rudman, Ewing, Kohn, Einzis, Shapiro, Yalem, Irwin, liclwarrls, Smith,
llyatt, Cllangar, Pallukoff, Selluinan, B!lSll0l'C, Leventhal, liclelman, VValdman, Stake, liolclenlv,-rg.
Hollander, Eisner, Morganstern, Berger, Salzburg, Lending, Rahushkzi, Levy.
Gross, Scliear, Goldstein, Goodman, Sloan, Shapiro, Block, Schultz, Levy, Morgnnstern, Pallalcoff, XN'erner.
R. VVeinsteiu, Ullanik, lfulirer, Moeller, A. Nelson, Miss Rotllracllild, Alprrrt, Sohelman, Tlmmas, Queen, Gellver, Ritchie, C'. Vlleinstein
A, Lewis, Yawitz, Zellinger, Vaughn, R. Nelson, Kriegshauser, Strain, Sclmeicler, V. Lewis, Tait.
Meyer, Birke, Lending, Hollander, lioodmzm, Sander, Kohn, Rose.
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Young, Shieber, Hartmann, Siehert, Cowger, Phillips, Goldstein, D. Kramer, Werner, Griffith.
Epstein, Stanhope, Dore, Miss Turner, Raven, Zaltsman, Hearsli, Fadem, Morrison.
Meyer, Sutemeier, Hirschfield, VVintei', Kohn, Nelson, Sander.
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Under the eyes of the master.
Bob Kohn Paul Wiiiter
Paul Wiritcr Don Wiiisby
Alice Nelson Donald B. Kramer
A study of the history of mathematics along with
the presentation of many baffling problems marked
a very interesting semester in the progress of the
Math Club, since 1931 one of the most active clubs
in the school. Special emphasis was placed upon
giving the members an insight into those phases of
the subject for which there is no time in the regular
courses. Fallacies fproblems with hidden mistakesj
and logical problems were of great interest to the
lean Claire Bentr
Sue Ann Fadem
up Bob Kohn
Donald B, Kramer
President ,,,,,.,,,,,, ..,..,. C lauclia Tichenor
VicefPresident ......... . ....... Joann Johnson
SecretaryfTreasurer ..................................,....... Gene Muench
l AL BIIZRFREUND DORIS KAYSER
BIARY ANN BUVVINIAN BETTY SliLYAGliI
PAT DUNALDSUN NANCY VVIQEKH
LESTICR GOLDSTEIN ED YOUNG
Mary Ann Schaefer
Nancy Jane Sharp
Jessie Ann Long
Mary Lou Feltnieier
Eighteen! Nineteen! Twenty!
Ingenuity solves the housing problem.
Joyce Fixrnan ..... President .,.,,,..,. ..,,....,, H arold Brodkey
James Hood ..,...., VicefPresident ............... Eugene Meyers
Jeanne Coplan..Secretary .........,,oo.,... Mary Ann Bording
Treasurer ,..,.... ......... C eleste Weinsteiii
The Ciceronians, sponsored hy Dr. Urch, 15 a
cluh for people interested in learning to debate.
This club has dehates with Washingtoii University
and other schools. The people participating in the
' dehates are judged on poise, originality, material,
I and delivery. During the meetings the group pracf
tices dehzites and tries to improve its technique.
Arthur Gale Alex Mylonas
Tilford Hcarsh Emmanuel Smith
Betty Hollander Beverly Simpkins
James Hood Celeste Weinstein
Pallakoff, Hearsh, Brodkey, Meyers, Kirsch, Smith, Sinipkins.
Hollander, Weinstein, Gale, Fixman, Coplan, Bording, lxayman.
Pen In Hand, ably sponsored by Mrs. Farrar, is a
club for people interested in creative writing. This
club was organized in September, 1945. At the
bifweekly meetings, each member presents an origif
nal manuscript for discussion by the group. This 1
group is at the present time so small that construcf r
tive criticism can be quite informal and spontaneous.
Thomas, Portnoy, Mrs. Farrar, Muench, Sieg, Tucker.
Coplan, Porter, Greeson, Sterncck, Lane, Brown,
Homer, lfischmann, Marmor,
en in Aan!
Simi M! fax
Bob Huber Elaine Brick
Ruth Senturia Cynthia Glastris
Lois Hough Ruth Senturia
Sheldon Rose Bob Huber
Because most members and its sponsor were par'
ticipating in the Senior play, Strut and Fret was
inactive for the greater part of the first semester.
On Lincoln's birthday, however, they gave a one act
play, One Who Came to Gettysburg, which was
acclaimed as one of the best productions ever given
in U.C.H.S. The annual Strut and Eret picnic was
held May 11, at the home of one of the members.
The play's the thing.
Jo Ann Haigler
Paiffe am! EMA
Beryl Epstein Doris Marglous
Bob Schmidt Rose Finn
Rose Finn Bob Huber
Every Wednesday afternoon the members of Palf
ette and Brush get out their paints in room 209 and
get busy. Sometimes they work from a model, or
perhaps they turn to still lifeg again each member
may work on his own idea. Clay modeling and finf
ger painting have had their days, toog cartooning
and caricature are popular-in fact anything that
has to do with drawing, painting, and the crafts
finds some devotee. It has been a busy year for the
members, a fact which was verified by the annual
exhibit of the club.
Mary Ann Bording
Liarglous, Goldstein, Tisclller, Haiglcr, Birke.
Salzlxerg, Rudman, Brick, Miss Bowers, Versclileiser, Glastris, Finn.
Bawn, Hough, Rose, Senturia, Huber, VValdman.
Smith, Augustin, Katz, Crowder, Lewis, Pelsufs, llolman.
liohn, Scott, Briggin, Miss Gray, Sherman, Huber, w7El11SlElIl.
Schultz, Finn, Epstein, Schmidt, Boriling, Fisher, Marglous.
Watch the birdie! One! Two!
Ethel Morrison Gerre Susman
Gerre Susman Ethel Morrison
joe Gillerman Marilyn Landis
Helping to supply the TomfTom with candids
and maintaining a weekly display of photographs
taken hy its members, in the front hall trophy case,
are two of the many projects undertaken hy the
Camera Cluh this year. The club meets every Tuesf
day, hut the cluhroom is open to members any time
they have developing, printing, or enlarging to do.
A great deal of new equipment has been added this
year to make the facilities of the cluh more complete
than in former years.
Eddie Ball: Marilyn Landis
Lee Baris Ethel Morrison
Kiollub, Rupperport, Bzxlk, c,llCl'lTlil!1, Landis, Finn, Albert, Mr. Cliamhers.
-ai erman A orrison, fusman 01 aris.
1 d , N1 S , W ll, B
Bob Stanza Harold Rosen
Bill Shieber Bernard Weitzman
Borah Mae Goldenberg Rosalie Kreisman
The purpose of the Current Events Club is to
provide an organization in which students will be
able to discuss and form opinions about current
major issues. This year the club participated in the
"American School of the Air" on the topic, "japan's
Road." They also gave several programs, debates,
and discussions which the whole school was invited
Borah Mae Goldenberg
Climax of a successful season.
Rlearman, Anderson, Young, Litvag, Breckenridge, Gale, Rabushka, NVeitzman.
Wohl, Rosen, Kramer, Larkin, Miss Barnidge, Kreisman, Goldstein, Goldenberg.
Nixon, Hirschfield, Winter, Shieber, Stanza, Millman, Goldenherg.
The Blackstone touch.
joe Davis Erwin Schowengerdt
Rosalyn Shapiro Rosalyn Shapiro
Erwin Schowengerdt joe Davis
The purpose of the Stamp Club is to exchange
ideas about stamps, to hold lectures by various speakf
ers on stamp collecting, and to exchange stamps. It
tries to further interest and knowledge of stamp
collecting. This club sponsors displays and stamp
auctions. They hope to see a part of President
Roosevelt's collection when it comes to St. Louis.
Ross C. McE1ree, a former U. Cityan, visited the
Stamp Club recently.
Robert Cornwell Don Solomon
Norman Hall Gene Tischler
Ralph Hartmann Stuart Weiss
CA855 CHIC! CAQCLZPJ
Sheldon Rose Sheldon Rose
Bertha Shenker Marshall Fixman
Marshall Eixman Eugene Meyers
The Chess and Checkers Club sponsored tournaf
ments in chess and checkers at school. The winners
were Dan Hurwitz and Sheldon Rose. The club also
gave instruction in chess and had two exhibitions in
simultaneous chess play. Its chess team, which was
a charter member of the St. Louis Chess League,
won the 1946 InterfHigh School Tournament with
a record of Sfl.
SponsorwMiss Keck, Mr. Marks
Sue Rose Grober
llocliman, Scllowengerdt, Hartmann, Miss Abbott, Hall, VVeisS, Solomon, Ti
Cornwell, Davis, Sllapim.
Obermzin, Ewing, Meyer, firolxer, Torgrove, Miss Keck, Michelson.
Fixmzxn, Burstein, Shenker, Drill, Rose, Miller Goldstein.
JHIIUUY, 1945-JUD9, 1945 September, 1945-January, 1946
Sophomores-David Gordon Sophomores-Harold Brodkey
Juniors-Margaret Queen Juniors-Eleanor Hollander
Seniors-Maynard Michel Seniors--Carol Ritchie
Harvard Book Award-Paul Winter
Bentrup, Jean Claire
Bording, Mary Ann
Dille, Jo Anne
Johnson, Jo Ann
Klruibr , Katherine
September, 194 5-January,
Harvard Book Award-Jack Davison
Pelsue, Mary Lou
Vaughn, Mary Elizabeth
Goldenberg, Borah Mae
Jane Becker Frank Kramer Rutli Senturia
Dick Byars Irving Litvag Joyce Sievers
Marcia Fuhrer Elizabeth Miller Shirley Versclileiser
Robert Hirschiield Margaret Queen Paul Winter
Warner' Davis Robert Kohn
Service Award List
I. Student Council and House of Representatives
President of Council ,,,,...,i,.,. ,,,,. .i,,, 1 5 per Semester
Yice-President of Council ,,t... ,, .,,, I5 per semester
Secretary of Council i....,..... 5 per semester
Trcasurer nf Council ,,.,,.,. 5 per semester
Committee fliairmen ......... 5 per semester
foininittee Members .... .,,, .....
Council and Ilonse Members .. 2 per semester
C15 maximum for yearl
lnlitor .i.,..... ,,,, ,....,,, ................
Business Manager ,,,,, ..
Circulation Manager ..
Associate Editor .,,, ,.
III. Dial I
Editor ,..... .,,,,,,, ,,,,
Assistant Editor ,,,,.,
Business Manager ..,. ,... . 8
Circulation Manager .. .i,,. 6
Staff ,,,,......,,..,.,, .... .... . ,...i,,....,.... 5
IV. Library workers
Ofiice Messengers 1 point for e
Corridor Patrols per week per
V. Opera and Senior Play .................. .......,. 5 points
VI. junior-Senior Prom Chairman. t,,,,, ..,,,,..., 5 points
junior-Senior Prom Committee V,,,V, ........ 3 points
VII. Student '1 utors ...... Points awarded according to hours given
VIII. Girls' Gym Helpers .......i..............,.,.,,,, 5
Service awards require minimum of tifteen points.
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Free for a Weekend.
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Margaret Queen Margart Queen
Doris Marglous Mariam Amick
Betty Seigel Betty Seigel
Allen Tuttle Allen Tuttle
The purpose of the French Club, one of the
oldest in the school, is to teach the members more
about the language and people of France. This is
done through songs, games, and parties. The group
attended a French movie, and a French dinner,
cooked by the members, was given in March. The
big event of the year was the fine Christmas party
at which French carols were sung, French food was
eaten, and a French quiz game was played.
President ..........,...................................,.......,........... Frank Ginsberg
Members of the Tribunal ....,..,... .,....... A llen Burstein
VicefPresident ..,..,.........,,........... ...............,,.........,,..... J ohn Staley
AttendancefSecretary .......... ....,...,... B everly Rubenstein
RecordingfSecretary ,,,,,.......... ..,..,.,.,....... B everly Stamos
DoorfKeeper .............,..,.............. , ...,............,, Jerry Lurie
SergeantfatfArms ......,,...................,,...........,............,.,. Bill Walker
Excelsior was organized to provide a place for the
development of personality and character. The club,
open to a limited number of boys and girls, meets
on Wednesdays. At each meeting an entertaining
program of some kind is given. Since the club is
interested in the welfare of people in general, this
year it has contributed money to the Red Cross, and
has also sent books for the library of a struggling
little missionary school for Negro boys and girls in
the heart of the deep South.
Miener, Aiuick, Miss Nvrmlfner, Sieg, Ewing
Burch, Seigei, Queen. Tuttle.
London, Schuh, Tobin, Ziercher, Stark, Mcliiuney, XVoodcock, Long,
Mitleider, Drosan, Miravalle, Mrs. Bodenhafer, Sohelumn, Burstcin, VValke1'.
Stzunos, Rubenstein, Staley, Ginsberg, Lurie, Gelber, Uberman.
Scott, Voss, Lloyd, Oertli, Tuttle, Siebert, Roach, Mohme.
Pelsue, Morris, Kremer, Ewing, Tevis, Morath, Bucher, Hetzler.
B. Anderson, Holes, D. Anderson, Richards, Breckenridge, Tapscott, Braznell.
Swing and sway.
jim Boles President David Anderson
David Anderson VicefPresident John Richards
Jerry Fadem Secretary joe Tapscott
Ken Chambers Treasurer Don Breckenridge
Dick Braznell SergeantfatfArms Ray Siebert
Henry Bucher Chaplain Jerry Fadem
The principles of the University City HifY Club
are embodied in the HifY purpose:
To create, maintain, and extend, through'
out the school and community, high stand'
ards of Christian character.
The club's activities include, in addition to regular
business meetings, a program of instructive and en'
tertaining speakers, movingfpictures, and trips' to
local points of interest. A social program is main'
tained, the highlight of which is the annual Queens
Dance, while the club renders service to the school
as a whole in the form of the annual publication of
its Buzz Book.
Pat Tracy President Virginia Stark
Paula French Vicefpresident Claudia Tichenor
Virginia Stark Secretary Pat Tracy
Carolyn Bashore Treasurer Betty Selvaggi
Paula French Representatives Paula French
Pat Tracy Pat Tracy
The U. City TrifY has presented a variety of
social and educational programs this year. Social
activities have included the Holly Hop, annual
King's Dance, a trip to Montebello, and a fashion
show. The educational program consisted of a dat'
ing debate with HifY, talks by interesting speakers,
and educational movies. Charity work was com'
pleted through the Y.W.C.A. In addition the club
sent representatives to the Metropolitan and County
The way to a man's heart.
Bradley, Baldwin, Hncltgc, Tncl-ter, Schutt, Sntemeier, Feltmeicr, Bnrding, Ftflflllvitf, VVight, lingc-ling, Summers, lleinze. Sparks, Crowder Gauntt
Mochlc, Franz, Peterson, Murphy, Fay, lin-im-i', Peterson, VVclrh, lfhrharclt. Young, Ticllenor, Hloodwortll, Loyd, llonier, VValls
Life, Burch, llammer, Stark, French, Tracy, Selvaggi, Bashore, Blattner, Thomas, iirec-son, Booth, Fry, Brownell.
Thompson, Owen, Heiman, Hampton, Bordiug, Siem. Finke. Peterson, lienm-tt, Speer, Sylvester.
Taberna, the dance workshop, which was organ'
ized in 1937, meets every Monday after school. The
fundamentals of dancing are perfected and used in
dance compositions. In addition to creating and
dancing for personal enjoyment, the twentyfone
members are working enthusiastically on dance num'
bers for the operetta, Sweethearts.
Betty Brown Lois Lane
Betty Jane Clark Ruth Levine
Jessie Ann Long
Klausner, Enoch, Rueckert, Rubenstein, Cohen, Mcliinney, Sander.
Mueller, Herman, Fox, Brown, Smith, Miss Robison, Levine, Long, Senturia,
Clark, Miravalle, Lane, ilrosberg, liriegslizuiser, Cumuiings.
Jean Claire Bentrup
Sue Rose Grober
Mary Elizabeth Vaughn Sanford Zimmerman
VicefPresident Stanley Schear
Doris Rueckert Secretary Paul Seligsohn
Sue Rose Grober-124 Sanford Zimmerman-175
Sue Rose Grober-176 Sanford Zimmerman-234
Miss Watts-Sponsors-Mr. Turbeville
Mary Lou Pelsue
Mary Margaret Thomas
Mary Elizabeth Vaughn
Bradley, XVertheimer, Gross, Fixman, DeLong, Sherman, Kranzberg, Ruben, Groher, Michelson, Miss Watts.
Vogler, Frolilichstein, Katzman, Hughes, Goudinan, Thomas, Tracy, Sparks, Enoch, WVuhl, Mills, Stark, Rubenstein.
Mr, Turbeville, Lewis, Bentrup, Miller, Ralmorn, McElroy, Bradley, Gauntt, Gorman, Geiger, Seigel, Brick.
Ewing, Fadem, Boles, Seligsohn, Schear, Zimmerman, Vaughn, Stark, Kueckert, Dellus, Larkin, Schuman.
Mary Beth Tomlinson
Brad ford Thomas
Cornet and Trumpet
For many years the orchestra has been more or
less an orphan as far as school musical organizations
go. This year with Mr. Norman Goldberg in full
charge, the orchestra has developed into a first rate
musical group. The orchestra made its first appearf
ance in an assembly in the fall, and then appeared
again with the chorus in the Christmas assembly,
playing not only by themselves, but giving good
accompaniments to the choral groups. It again asf
sisted the Senior Play by playing selections before
the show and between the acts. Perhaps its major
work was the playing of all the music for the
operetta, Victor Herbert's Sweethearts. The group
also made an appearance in the County Music Fesf
tival. Mr. Goldberg and his musicians have done
much to add to the music program at U. City. For
the future of orchestras at U. City, Mr. Goldberg
feels certain that, with the work carried on in the
grade and junior high schools, we shall one day have
a large concert orchestra of which everyone can feel
Directorglvir. Norman A. Goldberg
The Swing Band.
Mcilready, Berger, Muennig, Blumenfeld, Anderson, Dore, Humphrey, Campbell, Moss, Mclielvey, ilreenblatt, Engel, VYigl1tn1an Mr Colrllnerg
Geiger, lleiman, Parnas, Goldstein, limas, Jacohsmeyer, Solomon, Scrtier, Amick, Meyer, Hoffman.
Feathers in a Gale is a play
revolving around three widows,
two of them being very young
and the other over forty. The
penniless widows are about to
be sold as servants when,
through a series of complicaf
tions, they are saved by the
preacher, Capt. Barnabas, and
Not us-though we had some frisky minutes, eh, Annie?
To the three Graces o'Sesui"
THE SENIOR CLASSES
UNIVERSITY CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
MFEATHERS IN A GALE"
A Comedy in Three Acts
Pauline Jamerson and Reginald Lawrence
Cast of Characters
Phoebe Fuller .,...,....,..,.........,,.................,..................... .............. B onnie Bawn
Matilda Phinney .............. .,............... E laine Brick
Captain Ebenezer ......., ........,...... I rving Litvag
Zeb Hibbitt .................. ....,....,..,.................. B ob Huber
Lucy Abner ....t............,.... ,...,..,,..... B etty Goldenberg
Annabelle Hallock ......... ,,............,... R uth Senturia
Rev. David Thacher ......,.,...... .............. S heldon Rose
Captain Seth Barnabas .....,..., ......,...... L ester Goldstein
Josiah Abner ......... ......,.... ............., D o nald Kramer
Mrs. Spoor .... ....,...........,.. L ois Hough
Abigail .,.,........ ,.......... ........,....i,..,..........,..,.,....,..............., R i ta Fischmann
Place: The middle room of Annabelle Hallock's house at
Sesuit, Cape Cod.
Act 1: Scene
Act 2: Scene
Four o'clock of an afternoon in
Early evening, that same day.
z Two weeks later. Afternoon.
Seven o'clock that evening.
Act 3: The following day, just before noon.
After two years' absence, the annual operf
etta was restored to the stage with a delightful
presentation of Victor Herbert's Sweethearts
on the evening of April 2526. Over three
hundred students participated in some way.
This year's production for the first time had
an entire high school orchestra and was per'
haps the best in the history of U. City operf
ettas. An excellent cast, backed by a Hne
chorus, ballets, and orchestra, proved an artisf
tic success. Much credit goes to Mr. Norman
A. Goldberg for training the orchestra for the perf
formance and also for his fine assistance in conduct'
ing the show. Miss Bess Howard and Miss Bessie
Wcvlfner proved invaluable in making the project a
success with the many problems of staging, costumf
ing, props, and unforeseen obstacles. Under the
direction of Miss Louise Robison, the members of
the ballets presented excellent ballet work. The
VVinter, Fleiscllman, Nelson, Stanza, Litvag, Baker.
Tllomas, Jones, Greenwald, Stake, Lending.
Dille, Smith, Novak.
entire faculty, student body, and former students
served the project most worthily. All departments
of the school contributed in one way or another
with the fullest cooperation imaginable. The prof
duction was under the general direction of Mr.
George J. Mechalson, who returned to U. C. last
September after almost three years of service with
the United States Navy.
I've got it-the Monk!
we strive toward the two ideals of good sportsmanf
ship and fair play. Though we enjoy victory in our
athletic contests, we want it only if we can win
it fairly. The subordination of self to the good of
the whole, endurance in the face of obstacles,
staunch determination to carry on to the end-all
these traits may be developed on our playing fields.
These are qualities which prove themselves essential
in both war and peace.
Braznell breaks through.
Showing spirit, determination, and ability, Univerf
sity's 1945 football team, directed by Coaches Muhl,
England, and Schemmer, enjoyed a successful sea'
son, winning six and losing two games by close
Starting under Mr. England with nine lettermen
-four major and five minor-the Indians opened
with an impressive 21fO victory over Central and
followed with a 6-O win from Western. According
to plan, on October first, C. A. L'Stub" Muhl, forf
mer varsity coach for fourteen years, returned from
fortyftwo months in the Naval Service. Then a
strong C.B.C. team, playing one of its best games,
shaded the Black and Gold, 7 to 6.
Undaunted and benefited by this reverse, together
with new offensive tactics from the Hmanfinfmotion
T" and singlefwing back formations, the Indians
rolled to four decisive victories. Most thrilling and
satisfying were the Quincy and Normandy games-
the Vikings being undefeated in Suburban and Dis'
trict play. Equally exciting was the finale on
Thanksgiving at jefferson City, well played by both
teams in blizzard weather.
THE SEASONS RECORD
Sept. Central .......................................... 21' O Home
Sept. Western Military Academy ............ 6' O Away
Oct. Christian Brothers College fnightj 6' 7 Away
Oct. Quincy, Illinois fnightj ..........,....... 26- 7 Away
Oct. Southwest .................,.,...,. ,,,,,,,,.. 3 8' 0 Home
Nov. Normandy ............... ......,,,, Z Of 0 Home
Nov. South Side Catholic ..... .......,, 2 1- 0 Home
Nov. Jefferson City ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,i, 1 4,20 Away
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Yedlin, Uhlmansiek, Davison, Brzizncll.
Copeland, Berger, Kuprivica, Rollins, Dirth, Spann, Wiederholdt.
The team was sparked by the outstanding scoring
ability of Dick Braznell, the District's leading scorer
with 64 points and StarfTimes' "AllfDistrict" halff
back. Phelps, Wiederholt, Yedlin, and Davison also
received various merited postfseason recognitions.
At the Indian Chiefs' Fathers and Sons Annual
Gridiron Dinner, Braznell was chosen most valuf
able player, Phelps, honorary captain, and Rudolph,
most outstanding sophomore. junior varsity and
sophomore team members received valuable training
for 1946 in practice and games, many getting var'
sity game experience.
Hecht, B. Biontgomery, Clappeir, Hood, Cll2llllilEfS, lilmerle, IJ. Montgomery, Moratll, Fixmzm, Johnson.
Mgr. Kramer, Ewing, Berger, Cartuu, Merstetter, Copclzind, Spann, Kohn, Boles, Scott, Tebhctts, Mr. Schemmex
Barbieri, Jolley, Bockenkamp, Dirth, Davison, Braznell, Campbell, Dore, Oertli, Roach.
Gollub, Steingraber, Sloan, Morse, Polinsky, Ransin, Davidson, Thompson, Kzitzman.
Mgr. Harrison, Braznell, il. Jones, Walker, Werner, Stoliar, A. jones, VVeiss, Lurie, Uertli, Mr. Schemmer.
Tuttle, Voss, Moore, Martin, Rudolph, Hippenmeyer, Fuldner, Cone, Hartley, lloffson, Summers, Gross, Seeley.
Moss, Lacey, Steinback, VVilson, McClure, lfennerty,
Holman. Grimm, Preiss, Phillips, Goodman, Lucas, Marion, Fnssner, liilelstein, Sachar, Seligsohn, Goldberg, Sophir, Zierclier, Cohen, Baris, Frager.
Frolichstein, Malt, Bloch, Weinberg, -lesson, Lipman, Bambridge, Harmon, Bruce, Hetzler, Cohen, Zerman, Gale, Mr. Turbeville.
Berger, Turner, Wiederholdt, Anderson, Burgher, Foote, Hughes, Uhlmansiek, Lehman, Black, Lange.
Fick, Kranzberg, Greenblatt, Probert, VVetzel, Kirsch, Uhlniansiek, Frernder, Burgener, DeLong, Ewing.
Three Little Indians.
The First day of baseball practice found Coach Turbeville
with seventy boys, including six lettermen from last year's
team. The team took shape fast and soon indicated it was
headed for a successful season. This team showed plenty of
spirit and hustle in its first few games, winning three and
losing two, This yeai"s team was a splendid example of the
good teams U. City has had in the past. Congratulations to
the boys who have worked so hard for the team's success
and to Mr. Turbeville for doing such a line job of coaching.
The returning lettermen are: Paul Bernard, john Anderson,
Paul Burgher, Tom Uhlmansiek, ,lack Hughes, and Bud
Wiederholdt. Other regulars on the team are Lowell Black,
Dick Berger, joe Turner, Bob Lehman, and Richard Lange.
April 3 Blewett There
April 5' Blewett Here
April 16 Ritenour Here
April 17 Wellston Here
April 20 St. Louis U. High Here
April 26 Webster Groves Here
April 30 Kirkwood There
May 3 Normandy There
May 6 Clayton Here
May 15' John Burroughs Here
May 16 Clayton There
May 17 Webster Groves There
May 20 Normandy Here
May 23 Wellston There
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The cross country team experienced a successful
season this year by winning all of its dual meets and
taking second in the State Cross Country Meet.
The Indians defeated St. Louis U., McBride, Kirk'
wood, Blewett, and Roosevelt in dual meets, though
Blewett came back and won the state meet with
U. City behind by four points.
The cross country race is a rugged race approxif
mately two miles in length. Endurance is the main
factor. The team was headed by Cal Merstetter,
George Campbell, Bob Roach, Ken Wilson, and Bob
Scott, all of whom received minor letters. Other
hard working members were Charles Moss, Myron
Seely, Joe Gibbs, Leland Clapper, and jerry Stoliar.
The effects of Track.
VVils0n, Moss,GiI1hs, Stoliar, Seeley, Merstetter, Scott, Roach, Campbell, flapper, Mr. SCIIYSIIIIIIEY.
Fore for three.
For the second time a swimming team was formed
this year at U. City in order to permit certain ex'
perienced swimmers to participate in the annual
State Meet held at Wilson Pool, Washington Uni'
versity. Our team made a fair showing with Bob
Strain taking a fourth in the 100 yard breast stroke,
and our medley relay team placing sixth.
The U. City golf team, led by its captain Clarf
ence Norsworthy, one of the outstanding high school
golf players in the district, expects an excellent year
in '46 and should be one of the top teams of the
county. At the time of this printing, they have
beaten Webster Groves, their toughest rival. The
schedule includes Wellston, Maplewood, Soldan,
Principia, Belleville, Normandy, and Kirkwood. The
members of the team are:
Clarence Norsworthy, Ir. Roger Nelson
Lester Goldstein Phil Newmark
Herbert Greenberg Bob Stanza
The Indians' tennis team, which has as its goal,
the high record of last year's team, is representing
University City well in 1946. Although the team is
young and inexperienced, it is rapidly improving
and rounding into a fine squad. With several mem'
bers returning next year, we will have a fine nucleus
upon which to build our '47 squad. The members
of the team are:
Grover Sibley Charles Pohle
Tom Berger Cy Tebbetts
lingland, Gorham, Pohle, Montgomery, Gillerman, Bolling, Rapperport.
lchhetts, Berger, Sibley, Greenberg, Goldstein, Newmark, Norsworthy.
Page One Hundred
-lack von Funk
Obie Koprivica Al Yedlin
Sponsors: Mr. England, Mr. Muhl, Mr. Schemmer,
The Tribe is the organization of varsity athletes.
Its purpose is to maintain the spirit of University
City loyalty, to cherish the traditions of our school,
to foster fellowship, and to serve in the best interests
of our school, city, and country.
President , . ....... ..,,,,,.... . .........,,......... . ..
SergeantfatfAr1ns .....,,,.... ......,
Twisting toward a touchdown.
Hetzler, Uertli, Stedelin, Goldstein, Siebert, Hoonslizift, Dirtli, Rollins, Sibley, Slierinan, Burgher, Ralzorn, Bchlke, Fuldner.
Mr. Turlleville, Barr, Bernard, Kramer, Scott, Voss, Gorden, Murch, DeLong, Roncli, Lielxig, Campbell, Mr. Schemmer.
Mr. England, Ulilmansiek, von Funk, Holes, Dore. Kohn, Hughes, jones, Berger, Mr, Mulil.
Ungar, Merstetter, Davison, VVieclerholdt, Spann, Bockenkamp, llrziznell.
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Three strikes! You're out!
Claudia Tichenor Elizabeth Miller
Alice Miller Pat Tracy
Carol Gillman Paula French
Geraldine Lipcin Mary Lou Pelsue
Jean Seeger Pat jones
The U. Club, founded in 1927, is for girls who
have earned their certificates for an athletic letter.
The purpose of the U. Club is to promote the best
interests of University City High School. The activf
ities of the U. Club this year include: a "Kidnap
Breakfast," Annual Alumnae party, ice-skating par'
ties, a barn dance, and a "Heaven and Hell" party.
Representatives were chosen by the club to attend
the Sports Day at Cape Girardeau. Of course, the
year's activities would not be complete without men'
tion of the services performed by the club-selling
cokes at football and basketball games, providing a
Christmas party for the children at Kingdom House,
and serving dinners for Miss Mittelberg.
Betty Beard Ruth Ramsey
Jean Claire Bentrup Nancy King Fern Rosenkranz
lfff Princie Burch Geraldine Lipcin Doris Rueckert
Blanche Enoch Alice Miller jean Seeger
Paula French Elizabeth Miller Betty Selvaggi
Carol Gillman Eleanor Mills Virginia Sparks
Fern Gorman Jean Norwine Margaret Sutemeier
Lorraine Gorman Paula Novak Claudia Tichenor
Irmgard Hoehn Alberta Ort' Betty Tracy
Pat Jones Mary Lou Pelsue Pat Tracy
Selvaggi, Novak, Stake, King, B. Tracy, Enoch, Bentrup, Pelsue, Sparks, Beard.
Ramsey, Nnrwine, Rosenkranz, French, P. Tracy, Miss VVatts, F. Gorman, L. Gorman, Orf, Mills.
Seeger, Lipcin, Gillman, Tichenor, A. Miller, Hoehn, Rueckert, E. Miller, Sutemeier.
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The members of the Leaders' Club meet every
other week to receive instruction and training in
physical education activities. The girls are selected
for their leadership ability, initiative, and willingness
to accept reponsibility in helping others to achieve.
The leaders supplement the teacher's efforts in car'
rying out a wellfrounded physical education pro-
U. City's Dizzy Dean
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Muennig, Mcliinney, Tracy, Cuxumings, Long, NVhite, Sylvester, Ileiman.
Crooks, Moeller, liriegshauser. Young, Cohen, Muencli, VV:iters, Berry. Wells,
Mclilroy, Murphy, Delnloye, Jones, Schaefer, Arthur, Broekschmidt, Shapiro, Stark, Glastris.
Burch, Ramsey, Day, Sharp, Gorman, Altepeter, Hamburger, Blattner, Fry.
Novak, Selvaggi, Mills, johnson, Lane, Klein, Birke, Ehrhardt.
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Up, up, and away.
Page One Hundred Four
Mary Ann Bowman
Sue Ann Fadem
Grace Stark -
Mary Ann Bording
Mary Ann Schaefer
Sue Rae Cohen
The girls pictured at the right are members of the
sophomore, junior, and senior class interfschool
hockey and basketball teams. By selecting class
varsity teams many girls have the opportunity to
participate in interfschool athletics.
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Sparks, Vlleiner, Mueller, Norwine, Fay, B. Tracy, P. Tracy, lfrencli. Sitemcier, Suilllolt, Miller, McCormack, Ackert
Ramsey, Tucker, Schott, King, Gorman, Laughlin, Davison, VVebb, Altepetcr, M. lleimzm, l.. Heiman, hnocli.
Novak, Stark, Day, Schemmer, Dille, Miss Dicus, Gray, Miller, Hamburger, Hillman, Ehrhardt.
Selvaggi, Beard, Mills, Rueckert, Nixon, Sharp, Bentriip, Ticllcnor, lloehn.
Page One Hundred Five
Gray, Schennner, Webb, Suclliolt, Sniemeier, Miller, Davison.
Hoehn, Tichenor, Sparks, Miller, King, Heimziu, Laughlin.
Gone with the wind.
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Competitive athletics are an important part of the
girls' physical education program. They contribute
to the physical, mental, and social development of
the girl. To be a member of the school varsity team
a girl must have played on the interfschool class
team and displayed superior athletic ability and
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Laffy ofa Glfyan
4-Today school opens and I must forsake tennis and swimming and turn to my books
once again. I have decided to keep this diary of school events, so that in the future I
can turn to it and recall my days at U.C.H.S.
13-Warner Davis today took his oath of office as President of our student body, and Bob
Hirschiield, as Vice-President.
21-AllafKazee, Kazam Kazam!!-Today we had our first pep assembly of the year. Lead'
ing the student body were our new cheerleaders: Doris Kayser, Betty Selvaggi, Al
Bierfreund, Eddie Young, Lester Goldstein, and Pat Donaldson.
22--Rain, rain, go away! . . . Our first football game of the season had to be postponed
until September 24 because of bad weather .... The Annual Icebreaker Dance was
held in the Gym. It may have rained, but it didn't dampen U. Cityans' spirits, for
there was a quite a large crowd in attendance.
25-After two postponements we finally played our game against Central, the Indians
coming out on top in a 21fO victory.
29..Faithful U. City fans, shivering under umbrellas, saw our football team defeat West'
ern Millitary, 6fO.
1-Tonight all good parents went to school-Open House.
2-Our seniors today chose their class officers. Warner Davis was elected President of
the January class, and Doris Kayser, VicefPresident, Bob Kohn, Treasurer, and Anna'
dine Krachmalnick, Secretary.
4-Today our topfranking students were rewarded for their work of last semester in the
Honor Pin Assembly, Paul Winter and Margaret Queen receiving special reognition.
. . . Everyone was happy about school being dismissed fortyffive minutes early so the
teachers could attend a meeting.
5-The C.B.C. game was tonight. We lost a heartbreaker, 7f6. Dick Braznell scored
our only touchdown.
9-Senior pictures were taken today. . . . "Do you look best smiling or serious?" fGuess
12-Today U. City honored its warfveteran teachers, Mr. Farley, Mr. Mechalson, Mr. Muhl,
and Mr. Schultz.
15-Oooooh! Test week .... All U. Cityans look a little blue.
I9-Tonight we drove to Quincy, Ill., where we saw our Indians defeat the Quincy foot'
ball squad by a score of 26f6. Dick Braznell scored all four touchdowns. Quite a few
loyal U. Cityans made the trip to see the game, and our band was there, too.
26-A musical review of the war was presented today in assembly by the House of Repref
sentatives to help boost the sale of Victory Bonds.
27-This afternoon U. City played host to Southwest and defeated them 38f0.
23-The Ohio State Test was given this afternoon to all seniors. Everybody knew all the
answers. fHa! Hall .....
29-Today club pictures were 'taken for the Dial. Mr. Lange was there with his usual
humor and hair.
30-Today the Minute Man flag flew over U.C.H.S. for the first time this year.
3--A big day on our football calendar, for today our U. City Indians overpowered the
6-Our senior class of june, '46, today voted and elected
Normandy Vikings in a 2OfO victory. Scoring for U. City were Barr, Davison, and
the following as their officers:
President, Dick Braznellg VicefPrcsident, Betty Bruce Stake, Secretary, Cathy Altef
peter, Treasurer, Dave Leitch.
NOV, 8,9-Hurrah! The teachers are off to the State Convention, so U. Cityans enjoy two full
10-In the final game of the regular football season against
South Side Catholic our team
once more came out on top, winning the game 21f0. Braznell and Yedlin did the
LEP? ofa Gfyan
-Today we had a very impressive Armistice Day assembly. The Chorus sang a few
numbers, and Dr. Urch presented his usual line address.
-This afternoon our team came in second in the State Cross'Country Meet-Can't
win them all! . . . The season's first Band Concert this evening was quite successful.
Most of the numbers were swing. Alan Lieberman really blew that clarinet on
-The play presented by the Senior Class tonight was really excellent. Congratulations
are due to all members of the cast.
-Today we had a very fine Thanksgiving Day assembly. The address was given by
Chaplain Blackledge of the British Royal Navy.
-We U. Cityans today went down fighting, jeff City winning this postfseason fooball
-Tonight we opened our basketball season by losing to Roosevelt, 3342. fWil1 we
continue to do this? Let's hope not.j
-Tonight was a big night for our football squad and also for the rest of U. City. The
Annual Football Banquet was given tonight by the Indian Chief Crganization, to
which all members of the football squad and their fathers were invited. At the ban'
quet Dick Braznell was named most valuable player, Richard Phelps, honorary
captain, and Keith Rudolph, most valuable sophomore. Later in the evening the
Annual Football Queen's Dance was given by the Student Council. A large crowd
was present to witness the crowning of Claudia Tichenor as queen. Congratulations
to George Campbell and the committee for putting on a really fine dance.
-We lose again in basketball-to both Blewett and Western Military.
-The candidates for student president have now been announced. They are Dick Brazf
nell, Tilford Hearsh, Dave Leitch, and Tom Uhlmansiek. We are all wondering who
will win. 7
-Tonight we suffered still another loss, this time to Central.
-All U. Cityans are now enjoying ten whole days of Christmas vacation-we only wish
it were longer.
22-Tonight many U. Cityans danced to the music of the Milton Irving Band at the TrifY
Holly Hop. Nothing like a good dance to start the holiday season off right.
-Everyone looked a bit weary and haggard today as they returned from the Xmas
vacation. It's sort of hard getting back into the school routine.
-Our basketball team is really starting the year off right. It was a totally victorious
week-end, our teams winning games from both Southwest and Soldan.
-Exams for all U. Cityans!!
-Thanks are due to the Social Committee for the very successful party they gave for
the House of Representatives and the Student Council this evening in the cafeteria.
Dancing, pingfpong, and refreshments were enjoyed by all.
-Today I went to the graduation of the january Senior Class. Both Warner Davis,
Class President, and Bob Kohn, Valedictorian, are to be congratulated for their fine
addresses, Music was provided by Annadine Krachmalnick, who played Chopin's
25-Semester report cards came out today. Annadine Ritchie Lapin made a 99f44f1OO
I hear. It must be nice!
Today is the first day of the new semester. Will I never get my schedule straight?
lost two basketball games this weekfend to Normandy and John Burroughs.
we'd best not mention the scores.
many U. Cityans experienced a thrill in watching an exciting basketball game
our team and the Clayton Greyhounds. After a threefminute overtime period,
emerged victorious, edging out the Clayton team, 42f41. Jack Davison suff
injury during the game. One of the highlights occurred when John Anderson,
for a tossed ball, tipped the ball into the basket to tie the score in the last
second of regular playing time. Tom Uhlmansiek set an admirable record by complet'
ing 13 out of 14 free throws.
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As Years Go By . .
May the memories which our
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Feb. 15-St. Charles, 23-U. City, 24. It was a' close game, but we won, Tonight's basketball
March 1 1
game ended with the score, U. City, 24, St. Charles, 23. V
20-Principia, 24-U. City, 49. Qur U. City team defeatedallnhe Principia team by the
overwhelming score of 59 to 24 Qiis evening.
-McKinley, 47-U. City, 41-Tom Uhlmansiek was high scorcr with sixteen points to
-This evening an exciting basketball game took us into two overtime periods. Our
opponent, Country Day, finally emerged victorious, winning by a score of 59 to 37.
Perry Voss scored ten points for our team.
-Today the Honor Pin Assembly for the semester was held. In addition to regular
awards, special honors were bestowed upon several of our students. Jack Davison
received the Harvard Book Award, Bob Hirschfield and Warner Davis, a special citif
zenship award, and Carol Ritchie, Eleanor Hollander, and Harold Brodkey, Schoen-
thaler Awards. Mr. Mechalson sang several selections.
-Today all juniors were Xfrayed for tuberculosis. What funf?j.
-The seniors today had their turn at being Xfrayed. Head up! Take a deep breath-
-Yes, neither rain nor snow will stop the Dial photographer. The familiar cry of the
day was, "I wish he'd hurry. This rain's making my hair come down!"
-Many U. Cityans enjoyed a fine concert this afternoon by our band under Mr. Riessen.
Ruth Blattner appeared as piano soloist.
-Today we had a very novel assembly presented by the Citizenship Committee of the
Student Council. With the help of several students, the assembly attempted to conf
trast evidences of good and bad citizenship in U.C.H.S. If any student looked closely
enough he would surely find himself on the stage in one or more of the scenes.
-Our track team is off to a good start, winning the first two meets against Blewett.
-This evening at Columbia, Mo., our track boys walked away with the honors at the
State Indoor Track Meet. We scored a total of 74f2f3 points to win the champion'
ship in Class A. Normandy came in second with 24f1f3 points. Three cheers for
Mr. Schemmer and the track team.
-This morning U. City played host to the Roosevelt track team. Our boys won again.
April 9f1O-11-The three classes have been carrying out a very successful, paper drive during these
May 24, 27,
three days. Everyone worked hard, but the seniors finally won, with juniors and
sophomores respectively placing a close. second and third.
-"Sweethearts," by Victor Herbert, was presented tonight. From my front row seat
it looked and sounded very good. Rita Smith played opposite Ira Fleischmann in the
leading roles. They were supported by a fine cast and chorus. Congratulations to
Mr. Mechalson and all who 'worked on the operetta. It was grand.
-Tonight as did many other ll. Cityans, I danced to the music of Jan johnson's
Crchestra at the Student Council Club Arrowhead dance. It was a very successful
dance and the evening was highlighted by the crowning of the Club Arrowhead Queen
for 1946. "
--Today at the Senior Banquet many realized that the school year is coming to a close.
A fine meal was served in the cafeteria, which was followed by entertainment by
members of the class.
28-Exams for everyone at U.C.H.S.
-The Junior Class played host to the seniors at the juniorfSenior Prom.
-The seniors graduated today and regretfully said their farewells to U.C.H.S. The
graduation ceremony was held in the stadium and the speeches were made by the presif
dent of the class, Dick Braznell, and valedictorian Bob Hirschfield.
-Today I received my final report cards for the year. School is out now, so I'll close
this diary until next year. Here's to a happy vacation!
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