Abbott High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Elgin, IL)

 - Class of 1934

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N-------,I ,,.nY -. -fi' 11. - 'f,5.M -.gf , iq--.1-.53 ,,- -2q-5,v-g4j:-,-,j-- --.57---'+A-1---3 - - - - 1 ,. ,,,.xH, ....g,gy -- , -1, xy,--zu, . -1 - --W -2-4, -- ,hai-EI Q - - , 5 7 i The Blue and Gold Published by The Edward ll. Abbott School Elgin, Illinois June, 1934 K 59 4' , I PRINCIPAL S. C. MILLER The students and faculty of the Iiclwnrd II. Abbott School dedicate their 195-l annual to Mr. Theodore Semin in appreciation of his friendly guidance us superintendent. l2l WWKXW' Milf W gif! FACULTY Top row: IQ. G. McLean, Robert T. Winn, john F. Fletcher, lilina Paananen, Beulah Dewey, Frank L. Myers, Melville T. Wright, Leo C. Montgomery. Second row: Mildred Yates, Flva lean Hall, Theresa Siren, Leila M. Barlow, Helene M. Fedou, Catherine Ferron, Mrs. Laila Fuller, Edna I. Lewis. First row: Ruth Taylor, Mayble Holland, Irene Pielemeier, Florence Damisch, S. C. Miller, Martha Black, Mary Geister, and Virginia Schultz. Delightful task fo rear the fender thought, to teach the young ideu how to Sh0Of.-THOMPSON. I3I BOARD OF EDUCATION HDME ROOM HOME ROOM 1 LEO C. MONTGOMERY, Teacher Top row: Malvolm Lawrence. Merrill McLaughlin, Walter Goodiell, Glenn Sullivan, Wayne Smith. Fourth row: Lawrence Newman, Clifford Goff, Howard Lagerstrom. Clarence Mugler, Norman Henry- son, Arthur Pierce, Raymond Johnson. Third row: Harold Axford, John Lange, Carl Bohne, Harry Huck, Richard Lay, Donald lilank. Second row: Robert Graham, Raymond Connery, Jacob Miller, Leo C, Montgomery, Erwin Sperry, Wilbur Heine, Emerson Mason. First row: Sam Lazarro. Russell Gooley. Kenneth Waterman. Albert Wenzel, HOME ROOM Z MELVILLE T. WRIGHT, Teacher Top row: Russell Wiekland, William Lemvig, Robert Meadows, Ralph Wallace. Lloyd Whiting, Lowell Helman. Harry Koch. Fourth row: Ralph Geldmacher, George Brown, Floyd Smithberg, Franklin Rowe, Kenneth Steffen, Douglas Roberts, Richard Fink. Third row: Melvin Schultz, Carlton Skinner. Louis Althen, Wilhert Witte. Harold Lamp, Raymond Schrauf, Charles Wilson, George Soderstrom, Lyle Seyller. Second row: Robert Switzer, John Hopp, James Johnson, Mr. Wright, Robert Skinner, Perry Hugh, Raymond Hes-ker. Firsi row: Roy Dieterich. Joe Zvura. Charles Stuart. Clyde For'-. Donald Kruse. l6l If f Z ,161 ll 4 ' r aw. WMM HOME ROOM 3 MRS. LAILA W. FULLER, Teacher Top row: Evelyn Hellmuih, Virginia llillon, Frances Heflllerir. Doris Wright, Joan Graham, Dorothy Well-h, Dorothy Barton, Velma Hughes, Lois Peterson. Second row: Moniva Hivkey, Margaret From-- man, Merle Emzlelxrevht, Edith Pollitt, LaVau1zhn Wagner, liarbara Orkfritz, Hazel Lind, Doris Mc Keown, Rosemary Lehman. First row: Carolyn Lanclwere. Phyllis Mockler, Violet Wilcox, Angela Krich, Delloris lioxluerger, Beatrice Henning. Jeanette Dunninxz, Marilin We:-xtphal. HELENE M. FEDOU, Teacher Top row: l-Iilcen Davenport, Gladys Lielmau, Doris Hendrix-ks, lictty Lust-her. Second row: Laurettv Sorru, Josephine Upzrlen, Virginia Fairchild, Mary Ahrcns, Marjorie 'l"hrun, V1-ra lion-. First row: Violet Siegel, Vivian Lind. Louise Block, Jane Grnno. Eileen Lohse, Dorothy lim-Jzalkn. I7l HOME ROOM 100 MARY GEISTER, Teacher Top row: Bob Nelson, Hiram Edwards. Second row: Junior Matthies, Orlin Frautnick, Harold Acke- mann, Walter Westphal, Robert Smith, Dick Prideaux. First row: Lola Perrine, Nellie Turner, Sylvia Vary, Miss Geister, Corinne Armstromz, Margene Foltz, Carol Stanford. HOME ROOM 101 MARTHA BLACK, Teacher Top row: Millard Carr, Earl Christiansen, Louis Graffana, Leonard Haseman. Second row: Eleanor Davis, Charles llerner, Maxine Adams, Edith Barth, Mary Collins, Franklin Brcsette, Ruth Franzen. First row: Rose Gross, Jerry Hubble, Miss Black, Gipsylee Booth, Dorothy Dewey, l8l HOME ROOM 103 RUTH TAYLOR, Teacher Top row: John Mc'l'1ns-rney, Kenneth Fevrier, Gerald Ahrens, Dick Julny, Edward Kuhiak, Ralph Mosley, Richard llelshaw, William Smayda, llouyglas Kimlxall, Donald Gergvn. Fourth row: William Jackle, Lucille Meyer, Dorothy Stanek, Kathryn Dierking, Rosemary Murphy, Mary .lane Head, Ruth Wilson, Ruth Ann Kelley, Helen Parrott., Pierce Tyrell. Third row: Alma Lange, Elaine llelrichard, Ev:-lyn Kclehan. .Juanita Jones, Hilda Lamp, Grace Hopp, June Ramm, .lane Mittlesteadt, Ruth liohlin, Pearl Gottlieb. Second row: Margaret, Feddre, Edna Wilson, llernire Fritz, Irene Rohrer, Alive liennn-tl, Helen Holtz, Delores Smiley, Virginia l'ruden, Rose Annette Pederson. First row: Walter Lange, Russell Funk, Robert Ziegler, Marvin Hogrewe. Robert Renwick, Harold Greenwald, David Rirhardwon, and Stanley Sehutz. HOME ROOM 105 THERESA SIREN, Teacher Top row: Ralph Fritz, Robert Smith, Harry Frederiekson, Gage Smith, lliek Major, Leroy llull, Fred F1-aslee, Arnold Butler, and Rohert Mcliurney. Fourth row: Donald Starin, Rohert Crane, Raymond Egner, Robert Range, Franklin llenson, Loraine Hoop, Paul Cates, Earl Mink, Willsur Carr, and Wallace Ziegler. Third row: Lois Arians, Eleanor Tyler, Marjorie Smith, Jeanne Mcliride, Frances Jernbergz, Donna Lange, Vernette Anderson, Florence Sisti, Second row: Grade Durgin, Myldred l'rell, Minerva llartelt. Audrey Bryant. Aletta Muntz, Louise Pearsall, Irene Kruse, Florence Davidson, Mildred Hempstead, and Beverly Wright. First row: Harold Krepel. Carlos Kramer, Warren Carlmry, Edward Geist.:-r, Frederirk Wolff, and Harold Breen. l9l HOME ROOM 106 FRANK MYERS, Teacher Top row--Edward Voltz, Irving Higgins, Kenneth Cornelius, Richard Johnson, Clarence Vanek, Emil Nelson. Fourth row: Harry' Sale, Richard Marquis, John Thompson, Harold Dreyer, Bruce Campbell, Lester Lantz, George Parsons. Third row-Walter Meyer, Bernice Mason, Mary Logan, Jean McKee, Colette Beal, Mary Mink, Edna Young, Charles Sanno Second row: Mildred liroitzman, Helen liosnyak, Doris Morton, Norma Hubrig, Geraldine Voltz, Dorothy Jack Howard, Ruth Bouril, Annette Nelson, Phyllis Millen. First row: Robert Krabbe, Robert Hopp, Vernon Nelson, Brad Chase, Kramer Rorisz. HOME ROOM 200 EDNA LEWIS, Teacher Top row: Helen Nelson, Dorothy Yates, Violet Zirk, Evelyn Wagner, Pearl Steve, Vivian Allen. Marion Range, Gertrude Fink. Second row: Carroll Rovelstad, Jane Hansen, Bernice Dunning, Joyce Sholes, Virginia Lawrence. Marian Movk, Margaret Krueger, Eleanor Ladwigr, Robert Haywood. First row: Mary Day, lrene Solyom, Selma Rausuh. Miss Lewis, Wilma Curry, Lauretta Dreyer, Virginia Knowles, Lucille Anderson. I10l cc O O H' 13" HOME ROOM 201 FLORENCE DAMISCH, Teacher Top row: George Rockwell, Russell Kalk, Henry Kelley, Paul Schuett. Second row: John Hood, lloro- thy Bellows, Jean Liddil, Ruth Hilton, Wilerdean Roripz, Cark Mc-Cornzlvk. First row: l"lorvnm's- lflivh horn, Betty Dolby, Evelyn Hamilton, Miss Ilamisuh, Ernestine Hoff, Lenore l'11nmlt, Phyllis Kahle. HOME ROOM 202 IRENE PIELEMEIER, Teacher Top row: James Chase, Robert Miller, Stanley Seimer, l'aul Hers:-h, Warren Ham-hell, l'Iuy,:unc Culp, Stanlvy liroen. Second row: Dennis Garlrer, Carl Wegzman, Frederick Walker, Fred Wasc-her, James Minniuh, Clarence Nicholson, James Wilson. First row: Ruth Brandt, Dorothy Heltzel, Nan Jean Crary, lloihryn Foltz, Miss Vielemeier, Lois Harvey, Geraldine Christiansen, Louise- Miller. llll HOME ROOM 205 ELINA PAANANEN, Teacher Top row: Erwin Olney, John Miskey, Emmett Miller. Third row: Paul Masel, Eugene Tanner, Oliver Few, Chester Fehd, Robert Winters, Howard Burton, Howard Bartholomew. Second row: Carmel Cash, Lucille Krueger, Laura Miller, Esther Massa, Lola Robinson, Olive! Mayberry, Dorothy Sechrist. First row: Alberta Martensen, Evelyn Fehrman, Evelyn Pritchard, Elina Paananen, Lorita Smith, Lou Edythe Tazewell, Bertha Schultz. HOME ROOM 206 CATHERINE M. FERRON, Teacher Top row: Ernest Sholes, Robert Purkiss, Dale Durham, Donald Mockler, Roland Miller, Leonard Schmidt, LeRoy Elvin, Cecil Dickerson. Fourth row: Ernest Wisser, Robert Holzman, Walter Bartelt, LaVerne Yurs, Lawrence Henke, Rupert Bunnell, William Smith, Wardell Clark, Gregg Ziegler, Clay- ton Michaelis. Third row: Jeanette Rowe, Ethel Morey, Lucille Vollman, Treasa Koch, Jane Rowe, Barbara Johnson, Margaret Hallock, Margaret Shamberger, Marion Bonin, Betty Anderson. Second row: Betty Jean Affeld, Alice Hansen, Dorothy Nutting, Helen Wiedner, Betty Lorang, Ester White- head, Betty Mirgeler, Audrey Myhre, Joan McBride. First raw: Richard Koch, Roy Benner, Even Juhl, Richard Stark, David Graupner, Harold Smith. l12l fa,Qf"" HOME ROOM 208 BEULAH DEWEY, Teacher Top row: Wilmer Hameister, Valdimar Hernandez, Edwin Schmidt, Elmer Meyer. Second row: Marge Knuth, Robert Schneider, Pearl Hubrig, Gladys Schick, Frances Huber, Kenneth lluem-ht, Jeanne l.nwrence. First row: Betty Andresen, Joy Herrin, Frances Ann Mc'Czxrt,hy, Annu Young, l.ux'4-11:1 Feahrantz, Lucille Orkfritz. I gel? HOME ROOM 209 E. C. MCLEAN, Teacher Top row: Steve Koch, Norman Smith, John Stensrud, Alva Pinkerhmn, Roy Jurnlxc-rg, lrvin Nurhruten. First row: Evelyn Mursewick, Rose Reinert, Vera Zornuw, Hazel Russ, Eileen l'1-pple. ll3l M HOME ROOM 210 ROBERT T. WINN, Teacher Top row: Joe Koch, Edwin Wascher, Dave McDonough, Leo Haderer, Keith Olsen, Roy Heath. Fifth row: Robert Heath, Lowell Brandt, Clayton Moore, C1iH'ord Lohs, Clarence Smith, Robert Bergman, Clayton Brown, William Mogler, Edmund Kasser, Edmund Powell, Alvin Beyer. Fourth row: Hazel Dumisch, Doris Miller, Dellores Deming, Ethel Davis, Elizabeth Krueger, Lillian Sill, Celia Mell, Inge- borg: Leptien, Vera Enrzlekingr, Jane Forxzie. Marie Norbraten. Third row: Alice Nielson, Elly Schmokel, Lois Kadow, Evelyn Ramm. Deena. Berg, Margaret Stevenson, Marie Goldenstein, Jean Musekamp, Dorothy Larson, Zora Cavitt, Veronica Emzelking, Florence Hansen. Second row: Doris Lantz, Jeanne liresliuh, Wilkie Lou Hicks, Doris Christiansen, Ruth Fay, Robert T. Winn, Aletha, Gustafson, Norelda Wallmuth, Alice Huber, Catherine Stoddard. First row: Jerry Pata, Mathew Scarlata, Robert The- lancler, John Stern, Joseph Piazza, Arthur Brink, Howard Buck. ABSENTEES These students were absent when their home room pictures were taken. Standing: Raymond Welch, Jay Palmer, Allan Gilles, Ralph Day, Allen Schutz, John Spiess. Seated: Bernice Gsuhwind, Florence Davy, Florence Nichols, Margaret Fehd, Marion Wells. l14l Th e for fur 1 ATHLETICS Football Basketball Hockey Tumbling G. A. A. crcise depend.--DRYDEN GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Miss MARY cmsrizn, coach Standing: Rose Gross, Hazel Lind, Loretta Feabrantz, Lucille Orkfritz, Dorothy Welch, Miss Geister. Seated: Vera Zornow, Marjory Knllth, Jean Graham, Sylvia Vary, Louis Miller. HOCKEY TEAM Miss MARY GEISTER, coach Top row: Fronves Ann McCarthy, Geraldine Voltz, Rose Gross, Dorothy Welch, Jean Graham, Lucille Orkfritz, Loretta Feabrantz, Dorothy Jack Howard. Second row: Doris Lantz. Mildred Broitzman, Sylvia Vary, Miss Geister, Colette Beal, Louise Miller, Captain: Laura Miller. First row: Marge Knuth, Pearl Steve, Dorothy Dewey. Jane Forxzie, Phyllis Millen, Dorothy Larson. l16l G. A. A. GIRLS' TUMBLING TEAM MISS MARY GEISTER, Coach Standing: Flnrence Sisti, Miss Geister, Jean McKee. Seated: Sylvia Vary, Hazel Lind, Dorothy Jack Huwarrl, Vera Roe, Beverly Wright, Joanne Mcliride, Dorothy Larson, Lillian Sill, Josephine Ogden. MAY QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS Standing: left to rigzhtflietty Dolby, Coral Stanford, Phyllis Millen. Seated: Ernestins- Hoff, Louise Miller. l17l Mafgyl, AL' Q QE we Eff K9 me SJ' FOOTBALL MR. FRANK MYERS, coach Top row: Mr. Myers, Schultz, J. Miller, Hood, Dreyer, Nicholson, Stensrud, Lueuht, Wilson. Second row: Choitz, Broitzman, Meyer, Marquis, Palmer, Fehd, Bresette, Sale, Lang, Krabbe. Front row: Pinkerton. Haseman, Goff, Capt. Hersch, Carr, McDonough, Geldmacher, and Joy. TUMBLERS MR. FRANK MYERS, Coach Top row: Dreyer, Mr. Myers, Capt. Miller. Second row: Lantz, Lang, Fehd, Smithberg. Front row: Guoley, Waterman, Geldmacher, Brown, Krabbe. l18l pow W'-F' it 41-3. HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL MR. FRANK MYERS, Coach Top row: liartholnmew, McCormack, Mr. Myers, Dreyer, Bresette. Front row: Hersch, Marquis, Capt. Nicholson, Garber, Breen. Y 'E LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL MR. FRANK MYERS, coach Top row: McDonough, Muelich, Mr. Myers, Kalk, Geldmacher. Front row: J. Koch, Wnscher. Capt. S. Koch, Svhuett. I 19 1 y, 'vu QAM-wi 'al W The BLUE and GOLD 1933 season. times. -: 4 1 A 1 t . l ,. i. BOYS' ATHLETICS . 4 A successful season was enjoyed by all participating in boys' sports during the past year. As a result of two, consecutive years of playing together the football team attained a high degree of team work, and thus fought its way to a successful season of four wins, one tie, and a loss victory. Credit may be laid at the feet of captain Paul' A Hersch for his cooperative spirit and athletic ability. Q I The two basketball teams differed a trifle in their ups and downs. The light weights, captained by- Steve Koch, gathered the laurels for victories amounting to 15 and lost but 1. Under the capable guidance of Clarence Nicholson, the heavies lost eight games, but found solace in eight well earned wins. During the year the tumbling team offered several exhibitions of its skill as entertainment on different programs. The team found a true leader in "Doc" Miller. On the twenty-fifth of Ianuary the boys combined their skills to produce a program to replenish the always depleted athletic resources. The show was voted a success from both an entertainment and financial stand point. Other activities were also sponsored, among which was a home room basketball tournament in the fall, an intramural basketball contest during the winter, a boxing tournament and basketball tournament in the spring, and a home room baseball tournament. A good time was had by all. Abbott should have a strong baseball team for this spring's games, for the boys lost only one game during the 'll Football . . Abbott Opponents Sept. 15 Maine 6 0 , i Sept. 22 Dundee 0 6 ' Sept. 30 St. Charles 36 0 Oct. 6 Maine 0 0- Oct. 14 St. Charles 19 7 Oct. 21 Dundee 7 0 , Total 68 13 Heavyweight Basketball Abbott Opponents Nov, 21 Dundee 8 28 Dec. 1 Maine 14 29 Dee. 5 Plato 29 12 Dec' 12 Jr. College 6 10 Dec. 22 Dundee 17 15 Dec. 23 Geneva 15 21 Dec. 27 Maine "B" Lights 21 19 Jan. 6 Mel-Ienry 15 36 8 Jan, 12 Jr. College 24 20 Jan. 17 Burlington 11 8 Jan. 24 Maine 24 13 Ian, 27 Mel-Ienry 18 19 Jan, 29 Burlington 11 . 8 ,Ky Feb,'.15 Plato 12 46 ' ,gk Feb. 8 Dundee 35 14 5' Feb. 14 Geneva 11 25 , if -1- l .. QD'- 'rom 266 323 ' Lightweight naskefbau ix., . Abbott Opponents ,Q Nov, 27 Dundee 18 5 , Dec. 1 Maine 22 16 .4 Dec. 5 Plato 21 14 ' I f Dec. 8 Bartlett 30 5 .P Dec. 22 Dundee 17 7 Dec. 28 Geneva 10 7 ' Dec. 27 Maine "B" Lights 18 11 Jan. 4 Bartlett 22 15 Jan. 6 McHenry 20 10 A Jan. 12 Academy Lights 20 12 Jan. 17 Burlington 10 6 Jan. 24 Maine 17 18 4'- Jan. 29 Burlington 26 3 J ' Feb. 6 Plato 32 17 ' Feb. 8 Dundee 32 29 ' Feb. 14 Geneva 22 6 Total 337 131 i F ff 'l .- -Q GIRLS' ATHLETICS ' During the school year of 1933-34 the girls of Abbott have been very busy in the activities of the Physical 4 Education Department. The program has been an "all around" one in which every girl has had an opportunity to do in athletics that which she liked best, and also to train in the other sports. Along with gymnastics, folk dancing, st 'D and ballroom dancing, there have been basketball teams, hockey teams, tumbling teams, a horseshoe tournament, K' volley ball, and baseball. - 4 In the fall the hockey team was organized with Louise Miller as captain. The practices were held at Maroon 'J Q Field. Although no real games were played teams of Abbott and Elgin High School girls played together several Near the end of the first semester basketball teams were organized in the Five classes, 10B, 9A, 9B, 8A and 8B. The captains were Iean Graham, Dorothy Larson, Hazel Lind, Sylvia Vary, and Dorothy Stanek, respectively. 1 During the last part of the first semester the Abbott girls were hostesses to several of the freshman and sophomore girls' basketball teams. The teams were mixed, and several games were played. The tumbling team, captained by Collette Beal, worked up a very original and entertaining program. The program was comprised of individual stunts, stunts with two girls, and stunts with the full team of twelve. These feats were all done to music. The team presented this program before the P. T. A. and at an auditorium program. At the P. T. A. meeting folk dances were also given. l20l MU SI C Band lbrellestra lilee Clubs The BLUE and GOLDT. ORCHESTRA ORGANIZATION LEILA MARIE BARLOW, Director President ......,........... ...... M arge Knuth Vice President ......,..... .,.... ..,... ............ K e i th Olsen Secretary-Treasurer ..,.. ......,...,.,......,................... B etty Dolby Librarians ..,.....,....Y,.... .............. M arge Knuth, Phyllis Millen, Lois Kadow, Margaret Stevenson Properties ,..... ....... L eonard Haseman, Irven Norbraten, Stanley Seimer ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Concertmistress String Basses Betty Dolby, Secretary-Treasurer. Hazel Ross Margaret Stevenson Violins Minerva Bartelt Kenneth Cornelius I - - Leonard Haseman s'p'mc'palS Arthur Brink Bernice Mason Anna Young Jeanne Breslich Rose Annette Pederson Louise Pearsall Audra Berlin Margaret Hallock George Soderstrom Ruth Bouril Irven Norbraten Geraldine Christiansen Jean Liddil DeLoris Deming Eileen Pepple Jean McKee Veronica Enfzc-lking Gladys Schick Kathryn Stoddard Vera Engelking Aletha Gustafson Violas Nellie Turner, principal Dorothy Jack Howard Margaret Freeman Helen Wiedner Ruth Bohlin Lola Robinson Mildred Broitzman Betty Heinke Violoncellos Virginia Pruden, Principal Marge Knuth, President Corrinne Armstrong ' Irene Rohrer Margaret Feddre Evelyn Hamilton Flutes Margene Foltz Alva Pinkerton Phyllis Millen Oboe Bethryn Foltz Clarinets Walter Westphal James Chase William Mogler Alto Clarinet Virgene Murray Bassoon Lois Kadow Horns Lou Edith Tazewell Merle Engelbrecht Keith Qlsen, Vice President Trumpets Orlin Frautnick Howard Bartholomew Trombone Elsie Eshelman Bass Tuba Harry Sale Tympani Richard Juby Percussions Richard Juby Walter Bartelt Accompanists Phyllis Millen Edmund Kasser Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life: AUERBACH I2 The BLUE and GOLD Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov Dec. Dec Dec. Dec Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. ABBOTT ORCHESTRA Miss LEILA MARIE BARLOW, Director 4, 1933 Auditorium Concert Mar. 4, 15, 1933 Sunday Symphonic Series, Program One 19, 1933 Art Exhibit Program M812 19, 23, 1933 Elgin P.T.A. Mothers' Chorus Program 6, 1933 Auditorium Concert April 8, 12, 1933 Elgin P.T.A. Mothers' Chorus Program 18, 1933 Theatre Orchestra provided music for May 4, Abbott Play May 5 21, 1933 State Hospital Concert 17, 1934 Orchestra attended concert of Chicago May 11 Symphony May 15 21, 1934 Sunday Symphonic Series, Program Two 13, 1934 Orchestra had Valentine Party May 17 14, 1934 Betty Dolby and Nellie Turner were accepted to play in In and About May 26 Chicago Orchestra. MHY 27 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 Sunday Symphonic Three Theatre Orchestra Washington P.T Sunday Symphonic Four Orchestra Concert, Series Program provided music for .A. play. Series, Program Abbott Auditorlum State Contest at Joliet-Second Divi- sion Rating Fox Valley Music Festival Concert. Masonic Temple, Elgin Indus- tries Week Theatre Orchestra Spring Fete plays for Abbott Second Annual Play Day Sunday Symphonic Series, Program Five Soprano Dorothy Bellows Eileen Davenport Bethryn Foltz Evelyn Fehrman Lois Harvey Jerry Hubble Jean Liddil Louise Miller Eileen Pepple Selma Rausch Vera Roe FIRST GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Doris Wright Dorothy Yates Second Soprano Corinne Armstrong Colette Beal Ernestine Hoff Dorothy Jack Howard Marion Mock Annette Nelson Lenore Pundt Dorothy Welch Anna Young Alto Vivian Allen Mildred Broitzman Mary Collins Jane Hansen Ruth Hilton Doris Lantz Alberta Martensen Laura Miller Accompanists Virgene Murray Bethryn Foltz THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Girls' Glee Club was very active this year. lt presented a number of programs at various places. It sang twice in auditorium, once at a P. T. A. meeting, twice at the Old People's Home, at an orchestra concert, at the State Hospital, and at the play, "Why the Chimes Rang." The officers of the club were as follows: President .................... Vice-President ...........,..., Secretary-Treasurer. .,.., . Librarians ..................... Aecompanist .......,., . ......... t,.,.Ernestine Hoff .....Louise Miller , ....,....,.......,.................. Vivian Allen ,....Mildred Broitzman, Anna. Young Virgene Murray Assistant Accompanist ,,,,, , .,..................... Bethryn Foltz Director ............................ ...,... M iss Leila Marie Barlow l 231 X ? R il BAND ORGANIZATION Director .......... ....... J ohn F. Fletcher President ..,,..,.,...,..... ....,....... R ussell Kalk Vice President ........... ........ M arjory Knuth Secretary-Treasurer ...... Manager ,..., ....... . Librarian ...... Drum Major .... Bb Clarinets Stanley Seimer Henry Kelley Walter Westphal George Hart George Rockwell Louise Miller Jeanette Dunning Malcolm Lawrence William Mogler Clifford Lohs Frances Hedberg Marilyn Westphal Wilmer Griffith James Chase Brad Chase William Lemvig John Amott Marcus Amott Alto Clarinets Virgene Murray Dennis Garber Bass Clarinets Ruth Brandt Clark McCornack Oboes Bethryn Foltz PERSONNEL Dorothy Jack Howard .......Phyllis Millen ........l-Ienry Kelley ..,...,..Dennis Garber ......Nan Jean Crary Horns Lou Edith Tazewell Merle Engelbrecht Keith Olsen Gregg Ziegler Paige Burbank Trombones Frederick Walker Lowell Helman Edmund Powell Raymond Egner Robert Zigler Lyle Phflederer Cornets Howard Burton Marge Knuth Edmund Kasser Howard Bartholomew Orlin Frautnick Charles Knapp Joseph Piazzo Pierce Tyrell Gage Smith Harold Greenwald Evelyn Pritchard Flugel Horn Gail Bronson Baritones 53550011 Russell Kalk Lgis Kadow Gordon Wolfe David Richardson Flllfes Kenneth Waterman Margene Foltz Phyllis Millen Audrey Bryant Doris Miller Jeanne Breslich Ruth Kelley Piccolos Allen Schutz Alva Pinkerton Saxophones Paul Schuett Jane Gruno John Thompson Edward Kubiak Margaret Stevenson James Johnson Basses Lowell Brandt Harry Sale Richard Lay Clayton Moore Drums Richard Lange Walter Bartelt Douglas Roberts Donald Starrin Bass Drum Richard Juby Tympani and Drum Major Nan Jean Crary Roy Dieterich Pianos Charlotte Burmeister Bethryn Foltz Betty Lorang Phyllis Millen Let not the mom be trusted that hath no music in his SOHI.-SHAKESPEARE I 24 l June Sept. Sept. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Jan. The BLUE and GOLD ABBOTT CONCERT BAND MR. JOHN F. FLETCHER, Director 10, 1933 National Band Contest, Evanston. Feb. -23. 1934 Second Annual Minstrel Show Band won "excellent" rating in C1885 Mar. 1934 Concert at Plato Center C High School DiVlSi0H. Mar. 1934 Annual Spring Concert 5' 1933 SeVenty'tW0 Players reported for April 7, 1934 District Contest, Joliet. Band won band' highest rating: in Class li High 27, 1933 Auditorium Concert. School Division- 1' 1933 NRA Parade , , April 1934 Auditorium Concert. 21, 1933 Abbott Band provides music at ban- , . . . April -28, 1934 State Contest, Urbana quet for Elgin Civic Leaders. 1 F V ll F t, 1 28, 1933 Annual Fall concert May 934 OX 8 ey ,es 'Va' 11, 1933 Abbott-Pm.ent,Teachers Concert May 1934 Elgin Industrial Week Concert 19, 1933 Christmas Party May 1934 Memorial Day Prmzram 11, 1934 State Hospital Concert May 1934 Memorial Day Parade -0144 BOYS' GLEE CLUB Fifth row: Russell Gooley, Joe Koch, Ralph Wallace, Kenneth Steffan, Ralph Geldmacher, Roy Jern- berg, Emmert Miller. Fourth row: Floyd Smithberg, John Lange, Norman Henryson, Charles Wilson, Louis Althen, Harold Lamp, Eugene Culp, Jerry Pata. Third row: Harold Akford, James Johnson, Walter Meyer, Kenneth Luecht, Carlton Skinner, Erwin Sperry, Henry Kelley. Second row: John Hood, Fred Wascher, Robert Skinner, Mr. Fletcher, Edmund Kasser, Bruce Campbell, Gerald Kampert, John Thompson. First row: George Brown, Wilmer Hameister, Robert Graham, Dick Prideaux, Harry Koch. BOYS' GLEE CLUB JOHN F. FLETCHER, Director The Boys' Glce Club appeared on several programs. They sang for a South Elgin P. T. A. meeting, a dinner of thc Board of Education, an Abbott P. T. A. meeting, and for the Minstrel Show. They also appeared on an auditorium program and at the May Festival. l25l The BLUE and GOLD Soprano Margaret Shamherger Frances Jernberg Esther Whitehead Betty Mirgeler Vernette Anderson Marjorie Smith Myldred Prell Aletta Muntz Marion Bonin Lois Arians Betty Jean Atfeld Margaret Hallock Eleanor Tyler SECOND GIRLS, GLEE CLUB LEILA MARIE BARLOW, Director Second Soprano Betty Lorang Audrey Bryant Dorothy Nutting Bonnie Jean McBride Ethel Morey Lucille Vollman Jeanette Rowe Margaret Feddre Phyllis Grow Joan McBride Alto Helen Weidner Irene Kruse Audrey Myhre Minerva Bartelt Ruth Bohlin Florence Davidson Florence Sisti Mildred Hempstead Jane Helen Rowe Treasa Koch Virginia Pruden MINSTREL SHOW JOHN F. FLETCHER, Director Fifth row: Richard Prideaux, Norman Henryson, Clifford Goff, Harold Axfurd, Malcolm Lawrence. Kenneth Waterman, Jacob Miller, Floyd Smithberg, Russell Gonley. Fourth row: Emmert Miller, George Brown, John Thompson, Harry Koch, Steve Koch, Walter Meyer, Paul Masel, Harold Lamp, Dennis Garber. Third row: Wilmer Hameister, John Hood, Carlton Skinner, Erwin Sperry, Kenneth Luecht, Fred Wascher, James Johnson. Second row: Jay Palmer, Donald Blank, Ralph Fritz, Bessie Schneider, Ed Schneider, George Hart, Eugene Culp, Mildred Yates, Nan Jean Crary, Phyllis Millen, Bethryn Foltz. First row: Keith Olsen, Edmund Powell, Etanley Seimer, Richard Juhy, Harry Sale, Alva Pinkerton. I36l J1,..W ACTIVITIES Debating Ahlnottarian Ilramativs Clubs Health 0rganizations Projects Student Council DEBATING TEAMS MISS ELVA JEAN HALL, Teacher ' Third row: Mary Mink, Kramer Rorig, Dick Prideaux, George Parsons, Kenneth Cornelius, Hazel Damisch. Second row: Mildred Broitzman, Wilerdean Rorig, Doris Miller, Doris Lantz, Pearl Hubrig, Betty Dolby, Dorothy Sechrist, Wilcke Lou Hicks, Frances Huber. First row: Jean Liddil. Norma Hubrig, Evelyn Pritchard, Miss Hall, Lorita Smith, Geraldine Voltz, Louise Fearsall. ABBOTTARIAN STAFF MISS FLORENCE DAMISCH, Sponsor Third row: Richard Prideaux. Clarence Nicholson, Dennis Garber, Edmund Kasser, Henry Kelley, George Hart. Second row: Russell Kalk, Eugene Culp, Wilerdean Rorig, Dorothy Nutting, Irene Solyom, Jean Liddil, Betty Dolby, Stanley Seimer, Arnold Butler. First row: Phyllis Millen, Frances McCarthy, Lenore Pundt, Ernestine Hoff, Miss Damisch, Louise Miller, Evelyn Pritchard, Lois Harvey, Doris Lantz. I281 SPRING FETE-1933 Queen-Marjory Knuth Attendants--Ruby .lean Mcliwan, Nan Jean Crary, Margaret lielvhvr, Louise Miller Fourth row. Doris Miller, Dorothy Dewey, Marvel Svc-ndscn, Jeanette Dunning, Mary Day, Evelyn Hamm, Dennis Garber, Olive Mayberry, Lauretta Dreyer, lflrncstine Hoff, Beatrice Henning, Sylvia Vary. Third row: Margaret Stevenson, Jane lforgie, Lois Kadow, .lean liresliuh, Josephine Ogden, Wilvke Lou Hicks, Jean Graham, Phyllis Kahle, Gipsylee liooth, Dngloris lioxberger, Alberta Mnrtenson, Lon Edith Tazewell, Second row: Mildred liroitzman, Doris McKc-own, lietty Dolby, Anna Young, Vivian Allen, Dorothy Larson, Eileen People, llertha Schultz, Lois llarvey, Coral Stanford, Dorothy Seehrisl. First row: Doris Wright, Dorothy .lack Howard, Dorothy Yates, Colette Heal, Mary Logan, Evelyn Hamilton, l'.'velyn Fehrman, Jean Musekamp, Phyllis Millen, Irene Solyom, Doris Lantz, Jeanne Lawrence. Laura Miller. lleralds-Howard Bartholomew, Edmund Kasser WHY THE CHIMES RANG Standing: Evelyn Hamilton, George Hart, Phyllis Millen, Robert Skinner, Russell Kalk, Richard Lay, and Howard Bartholomew. Front row: lietty Dolby, Kenneth Cornelius, Louise Miller, Russell Cooley. rw: GIRL SCOUTS MISS MARGARET CROCKER, Troop Leader Third row: Lois Arians, Betty Affeld, Betty Anderson, Margaret Hallock, Eileen Davenport, Margaret Shamberger, Joanne McBride, Ethel Mae Morey, Jeanette Rowe, Second row: Helen Parrott, Ruth Ann Kelley, Violet Zirk, Minerva Bartelt, Geraldine Voltz, Dorothy Nutting, Elly Schmokel, Jane Helen Rowe, Marion Bonin. First row: Veronica Engelking, Selma Rausch, Evelyn Mursewick, Betty Dolby, Miss Margaret Crocker, Louise Pearsall, Sylvia Vary, Celia Mell, Vera Engelking. GOLD STAR STUDENTS Sixth row: David Richardson, Dale Durham, Wardell Clark, Douglas Kimball, Paul Cates, Wilbur Carr, Edward Geister. Fifth row: John Spiess, Roland Miller. Raymond Egner, Gerald Ahrens, Robert Range, Lorainne Hopp, John Mcldnerney, Marvin Hogrewe, Harold Breen. Fourth row: Gregg Zeigler, Helen Parrott, Ethel Mae Morey, Joanne Mcliride, Alma Lange, Margaret Shamberger, Marion Bonin, Ruth Ann Kelley, Pierce Tyrell. Third row: Virginia Pruden, Mary Jane Head, Dolores Smiley, Barbara Johnson, June Ramm, Dorothy Stanek, Bonnie McBride, Rose Annette Pederson. Second row: Florence Sisti, Jane Mittlesteadt, Aletta Muntz, Alice Bennett, Iren Rohrer, Louise Pearsall, Dorothy Nutting, Marion Wells, Grace Hopp. First row: Frederick Wolff, Roy Benner, Robert Holtzman, Gage Smith, Clayton Michaelis, Donald Starin, Donald Mockler. Health and understanding are the two great blessings of life.-GREEK. l30l GIRL RESERVES MRS. LEILA SHIPPAM, sponsor Top row: Mildred Hempstead, Frances Hedberg. Marion Range, Wilvrdean Roriiz, Marjory Knuth, Phyllis Millen. Louise Miller, Dorothy Yates. Fourth row: Dorothy Sechrist, lietty lirown, Jean Graham, Marion Mock, Frances Huber, Florence Eichhorn, Jean Muse-kamp, Marjory Smith. Third row: Lucille Orkfritz, Evelyn Wagner, Mary Ahrens, Loretta Feahrantz, Vera Zornow, Alvita Muntz, Joyce Sholes, Lou Edith Tazewell, Rose Gross. Second row: Nan Jean Crary, Mary Day, Phyllis Kahle, Joy Herron, LaVaughn Wagner, Franc-es Ann McCarthy, Evelyn Pritchard, Virgene Murray, Margaret Kruger, Mary Logan. First row: Dorothy Dewey, Lenore Pundt--Service Chairman. Gipsylee liooth-Treasurer, Dorothy liaumruck--Jr. Advisor, Mrs. Shippam--Advisor, Evelyn Hamilton- President, Lois HarveyvSecretary, Dorothy LarsonfVice President, Laura Miller. HI-Y MR. R. T. WINN, Sponsor Fourth row: Robert Meadows, Harold Ackemann, Ralph Geldmacher, Joe Koch, Edwin Wasuher, Farlton Skinner. Howard Lauferstrom, Kenneth Cornelius. Third row: Paul Svhul-tt, Russell Kalk. t'litTo"d Ll.hs, Dennis Garber, Carl Wegrman, Edmund Kasser, James VVilson, George Parsons, Lowell liramlt, Roy Dim-terich, Second row: Stanley Seimer, Clarence Nicholson, James Minnich. lfred Wawhel, John Hood, John Thompson, Frederick Walker, George Soderstrom, First row: Dirk Prifleaux, Rohert Skinner, Paul Hz-rsvh, George Hart, Mr. Winn, sponsor, Henry Kelley, Dave Me' Donough, Robert Haywood, Howard Bartholomew. I31l IUNIOR RED CROSS Miss Fctlou's foods classes proved their cxpcrtness at canning this year by winning ninth placc in an inter national canning contest hclrl at thc Status' Building at A Century of Progress during thc summer. The cash award VVH S 5525. Evelyn Ramm, first row, cxtrcmc right, in the picture reprcscntcd our district at the National Red Cross Con vention hcltl in Washington, D. C., April 9th to 12th. time. Mrs. Fullers classes dressed Il doll which was scnt to Poland and maclc scrap books for soldiers. The junior Red Cross distrihutctl canned goods and jcllics to deserving families and soldiers at Christmas HOME ECONOMICS CLUB MRS. LAILA FULLER and MISS HELENE FEDOU, Sponsors Sixth row: Catherine Stoddard, Ingeborg Leptien, Alberta Martensen, Velma Hughes, Irene Solyom, Dorothy Barton, Elizabeth Krueger, Vernica Engelking, Esther Massa, Florencew Davy, Betty Kenyon. Fifth row: Loretta Sorce, Doris Morton, Marion Range, Violet Seigle, Barbara Orkfritz, Hazel Lind, Doris Wright, Rose Gross, Phyllis Mockler, Carolyn Landwere, Jeanette Dunning. Fourth row: Eleanor Ladwisz, Bernice Gschwind, Josephine Ogden, Jean Lawrence, Dorothy Welch, Loretta Feabrantz, Vivian Allen, Ruth Bouril, Florence Hansen, Laura Miller, Mary Collins, Joy Herrin, Vivian Lind, Marilyn Westphal, Elly Schmokel. Third row: Doris Hendricks, Evelyn Fehrman, Marjory Thrun, Marion Mock, Edith Barth, Mary Day, Louise Block, Violet Wilcox, Vera Zornow, Eileen Pepple, Frances Hedberg, Lou Edith Tazewell, Rosemary Lehman. Second row: Wilma Curry, Lois Peterson, LaVaughn Wagner, Angela Krich, DeLoris Boxberger, Lauretta Dreyer, Lucille Orkfritz, Jeanne Gra- ham, Phyllis Kahle, Evelyn Ramm, Virginia Dillon, Eleanor Davis. First row: Gladys Liebau, Doro- thy Yates, Bernice Mason, Gertrude Fink, Betty Luscher, Eileen Davenport, Helen Nelson, Carmel Cash, Norelda Wallmuth, Maxine- Adams, Evelyn Hellmuth, Monica Hickey.- He most lives who lives most for others.--ANON. r 32 1 THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is made up of thc honor students of thc school. The officers for this year were Eugene Culp .....,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,...,..,,,,,,,.,,,.,.,,............, President Dennis Garber ....,, ,........ F irst Vice-President Ernestine Holi' ,,,,,, ,,.,,,, S econd Vice-President Ruth Brandt .,.,. .. ,,.....,,,,,, ,.......,.., , ,, ,,,,,, Secretary 9B Honor Roll Every Month of Second Semester One Month Dorothy Begalka Hiram Edwards Jane Gruno Corrinne Armstrong Virginia Fairchild Doris Hendricks Coral Stanford Marjorie Thrun Richard Prideaux 10B and 10A Honor Every month Stanley Breen Eugene Culp Betty Dolby Ruth Franzen Dennis Garber Lois Harvey Dorothy Heltzel Ernestine Hoff Pearl Hubrirl Phyllis Kahle Edmund Kasser Marge Knuth Virginia Lawrence Louise Miller Joyce Sholes Every month but one Ruth Brandt Ruth Hilton Steve Koch Lester Lantz Every month but two James Chase Eleanor Davis Rose Gross Evelyn Hamilton Jean Liddil Two months Geraldine Christiansen Georze Hart Angela Krich Elmer Meyer Edith Pollitt Lenore Pundt Frederick Walker One month DeLoris Boxberger Vincent Joy Russell Kalk Clarence Nicholson Stanley Seimer Edward Voltz Merrill McLaughlin Lola Perrine Roll 9A and 10B Hon Every month Lorita Smith Irene Solyom Every month but one Evelyn Pritchard Two months Virginia Knowles Dave McDonough One month Josephine Ogden Bertha Schultz or Roll 9B and 9A Honor Roll Every month Robert Meadows Phyllis Millen Doris Miller Geraldine Voltz Every month but one Hazel Damisch Hazel Lind Alice Nielsen Lillian Sill Fred Wascher Every month but two Helen llosnyak Virginia Dillon Dorothy Jack How Doris Lantz Clifford Lohs Lois Peterson Two months Arthur lirink James Johnson Annette Nelson Kramer Rorig One month Colette Beal Brad Chase Alice Huber Norma Hubrig Ingeborz Leptien LaVauHhn Wagner Patience and perseverance are the crown bearers of success ard .--TAYLOR BOYS IN ABBOTT "A" STUNT MR. FRANK MYERS, Director Left side bottom to top: Donald Starin, Edward Geister, Walter Lang, Warren Carbary, Emmerson Mason, Robert Range, Bill Smaydal, Jerry Pata, Earl Mink, Robert Smith, Kenneth Fevrier, Gerald Ahrens. Right side bottom to top: William Jackle, Robert Crane, Dick Prideaux, Jurnior Matthies, Russell Funk, Robert Graham, Harold Ackemann, Paul Cates, Steve Koch, Dick Major, Fred Peasley, Elmer Meyer. Front, left to right: Carlos Kramer, Frederick Wolf, Albert Wenzel. Junior Edwards, LeRoy Shales, Ralph Fritz, Arnold Butler, Edward Wascher. BOYS' STUNT PROGRAM A peppy group of boys, directed by Mr. Myers, staged an athletic performance Ianuary 22. Music was furnished by ti group of band members under the direction of Mr. Fletcher. MOTION PICTURES This year the Abbott stuclents enioyetl several cinema programs. This is a motlern method of education :intl was greatly cniovetl. Films were shown on the life of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington in the Revolu- tiongirv VV4111 A matinee showing ol' Simba, an animal film, was presented by the P. T. A. The science department mantle use of this teaching tlevicc on one occasion. Comic films were usetl as entertainment at several parties. A-v... my. l SHOP WORK The boys in Mr. Montgomeryk classes completed some very attractive pieces of shop work this year. Recogni- tion was given the work of Emerson Mason when he Won third place in a state exhibit of hand woodwork put on by the Illinois Vocational Association at Urbana this year. l34l BLUE AND GOLD STAFF Miss RUTH TAYLOR, Advisor Standing: Clifford Lohs, Paul Hersch, Dave McDonough, Marge Knuth. Seated: Ruth Brandt, Phyllis Kahle, LaVauizhn Wagner, Miss Taylor, Lorita Smith. THE BLUE AND GOLD The members of the Blue and Gold staff wish to thank those who made the publishing of this hook possible This group includes the students and teachers who made the stunt show a success, Miss Yates, typistg Miss Holland and her art students: Mr. Carlson of the Carlson Studio, Mr. Becker of the News Printing Coinpalfly. illlll Ml' qi-llll of the Lithotype Company. STUNT SHOW The Statf The Stunt Show again olfered entertainment and fun to two large audiences. Much surprising talent xi is shown and Ahhott School discovered it has several comedians. The stunts were as follows: I. Knocking at the Cates of Heaven ,,,,,,,,, R. 2. The Womanless Wedding ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, R . 3. liathing Beauty Contest ,,,,,, WR. -1. Guess VVho , , ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,, 5. Sweethearts on Parade W., ,, , , R. 6. Humanizing lonsie and the Professor R. 7. Down Side Up ,. .. , ., , ,, R. H. The Eskimo Tragedy . .. .. A R. W. The Escape, Crownpoint, lnd. . R. 10. The Spanish Dancer .,.,.,,,,, ,, ,, R. 11. The Fatal Quest ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, R , 12. The Asylum ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, R, 13. Shakespcarian Hash ,,,.., .,..,., R . 14. Count 20's Revenge .-.W ,,,,, WR, 15. Sofapillio .,.,,,., ,.,,,,, ,,,..,. R , 1351 205 2 106 210 201 200 206 3--1 101 100 105 1 208 209 103 The BLUE and GOLDA WHY THE CHIMES RANG The school play this year offered a beautiful spectacle most appropriate to the Chrsitmas season. The church window behind a candle lighted altar was the work of Miss Holland and her art students. Why the Chimes Rang was directed by Miss Geister. The choir music was furnished by the Girls' Glee Club under the direction of Miss Barlow. The cast was as follows: Holger ,......,, .,.. - . ,.,,,., Kenneth Cornelius Rich Man ..... - .......... - ........ ........ R obcrt Skinner Steen .....,,,, - r,,,s,,. - .,...,,,, .,.,.,, R ussell Gooley Beautiful Woman ...... - r.........,... ....... E velyn Hamilton Uncle Bertel .,......... ......., G eorge Hart Old Scholar ............. -..- ...v...... - ......... Richard Lay An Old Woman ....,.. ..., ....... L ouise Miller Young Girl ........,........... - ........................... Phyllis Millen Priest .............,,,,.... .........,.,,.,..,..... , Russell Kalk King ........... - ...................... ....v,.. H oward Bartholomew Angel ,.,..,..,.......... ......,.,,. ...........,........... B e tty Dolby THE FIRST ANNUAL SPRING FETE On May 15, 1933 the girls of Miss Geister's classes appeared in a colorful program of dancing and music. Against a background of pink spring blossoms Mariory Knuth was crowned May Queen. Her attendants were Louise Miller, Nan Iean Crary, Margaret Belcher, and Ruby Iean McEwan. A program of orchestra music under the direction of Miss Barlow preceded the stage program. DEBATING With Miss Elva lean Hall acting as coach, the Abbott debating team debated at Arden Shore Camp, at Lake Bluff and at Elgin High. The subject was: Resolved that the present day movies are iniurioius to people of high school age. THE ART DEPARTMENT The art students under the direction of Miss Holland have made scenery for plays, plates for the annual, favors for banquets, and posters for many occasions. Their colorful products have helped to make this school year a bright one. G. A. A. The Girls' Athletic Association directed by Miss Mary Geister was under the leadership of the following officers: President ............ ............ , Louise Miller :Secretary-Treasurer ,,.,, ........, L ois Harvey Vice President .,.,,. ......,.. M arjorie Knuth Reporter ,..,..,, ..,,..,,., ,,,..,,,i B e tty Dolby The most enjoyable activities of the year were hikes, an evening meeting and a St. Patrick's Day Dance. Awards were given to the girls who passed their volley ball, basketball, tumbling, and horseshoe tests which were taken late in April. l36l The BLUE and GOLD THE ABBOTTARIAN This year was the second during which the school paper, "The Abbottarian," was published. It is issued every second Monday. During the valentine season the staH enjoyed a party in the school library. After an evening of fun and ex- change of valentines, the group progressed to the home of Frances McCarthy where refreshments were served. The members of the staif are as follows: Editors-ln-chief .....l............ Ernestine Hott. Eugene Culp Reporters ..,.........v......... Irene Solyom, Evelyn Pritchard, Associate Editors .....r................... Betty Dolby, Jean Liddzl - Doris Lantz, Richard Prideaux, Music ........ - ...........,.... ................................ Stanley Seimer Virginia Pruden, Dorothy Nutting Practical Arts ......,, .. ........,,. Lenore Pundt, Russell Kalk Arnold Butler Humor ................. l........ ......................... F r ances McCarthy Advertising Manager ....l.............................,.... George Hart Girls' Sports ....... ....,YY,., L ouise Miller, Wilerdean Rorig Subscriptions ........................................,..... Edmund Kasser Boys' Sports ..........,.,. Clarence Nicholson, Dennis Garber Circulation ................,.,.,.......,.. ........ H enry Kelley Faculty Adviser .l..,.......... ........ M iss Florence Damisch THE ABBOTT MINSTRELS On February 22 and 23 Mr. Fletcher presented the Abbott School Band and Boys' Glee Club in an old time minstrel show. George Hart ably acted the part of interlocutor and was supported by the following end men: Keith Olsen, Edmund Powell, Stanley Seimer, Richard Iuby, Harry Sale and Alva Pinkerton. GIRL SCOUTS The Girl Scouts of Abbott School have enjoyed a successful year. They not only worked at the Larkin Home but also gave a Christmas basket for relief work. Hikes formed the social activities. The girls in charge were: Treasurer ......,............,...............,.........,.,.... Louise Pearsall Patrol Leaders ............. ....... V era Engelking, Veronica Engelking, Betty Dolby Captain ...,......... ................,..... M iss Crocker GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves, under the leadership of Miss Florence Damisch, enjoyed a successful year. The officers for the First semester were: President ................. ............,......,.,, P hyllis Kahle Secretary ,.... ....................... ........ F r ances Huber Vice-President ,.,,,, .. ,,,.......,, ,.,...,,,,,.,,, L Qin Harvey Treasurer .............................. ....... E velyn Hamilton ' Jr. Advisor .................,................ Miss Dorothy Baumruck The officers for the second semester were: President. ........... .,... ................. E v elyn Hamilton Secretary ..... .......................... . ..,........ L ois Harvey Vice-President ,.... ..,........,...................,....,.. D orothy Larson Treasurer .......................,........... . .....,.......... ,.Gipsylee Booth Jr. Advisor .................................. Miss Dorothy Baumruck The activities of the year included a dance in December and the annual Spring Dance in May. Rings were awarded to Lenorc Pundt and Lucille Orkfritz at the Rose-Ring banquet on April 27th. HI-Y The Abbott junior Hi-Y was organized by the Y.M. C. A. Boys' secretary, -Mr. Champe Stoakes, last September. President The oHicers in charge were: ......................George Hart Treasurer..........,................... ........Dave McDonough Vi -P id ........ ..,. be T95 ent .... ........ ..... ................... H e n ry Kelley Secretary ....,.........................,.... ......... . ..., P aul Hersch Sponsor .............................................. Mr. Robert T. Winn Theater parties were the most enjoyable events of the year. Henry Kelley represented the club at the Northern Illinois division of Hi-Y's at Evanston on March 17, 1934. YOUTH WEEK During Youth Week the pupils voted for the best school citizen. They used the following characteristics upon which to base their judgments. l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Loyalty fab The one who is loyal both to the school and to the community. fbi A pupil who is never a discipline case. Industry-A willingness with a serious eiiort to make adequate preparation of all lesson assignments. Condsideration for other people. Courtesy. Leadership. Cooperation. Scholarship. Achievements-Active participation in school enterprises. Marjory Knuth and Clarence Nicholson had the great honor of being chosen by the school. wi The BLUE and GOLD Old Umbrella Man: "I-Iow's busi- ness ?" Scissors Grinder: "Fine, I've never seen things so dull." Restaurateur Kto applicant for a positionlz You say you have experi- ence? Ex-Convict: Yessir, I've been serving for the last ten years. If a horse falls into your bathtub, pull the plug out. THE INEVITABLE END Although he covets it from birth, And covets it through life's brief span, Man never, never get the earth, It is the earth that get the man. A sparrow perched on a golf-ball just as the player was about 'to drive. Birds instinctively know the safest place in a moment of danger. Cop: "Hey, what are you trying to do?" Man: "I'm trying to pull this lamp off the bridge, My wife, wants a bridge lamp. Someone has said, "There is no difficulty in this world that cannot be overcome." Wonder if he has ever tried putting toothpaste back into the tube? NOT A PATENT MEDICINE History Lecturer: "Can any of you tell me what makes the Tower of Pisa lean?" Corpulent Lady: "I don't know or I'd take some myself." WHEW. 'fAt least once in my life I was glad to be down and out." "And when was that?" "After my first trip in an air- plane. The pilot flew upside down most of the time." HIS ADDRESS "Do you know Lincoln's Gettys- burg address?" "No: but in Washington it was the White House." Orlando: "Yep, I built this radio set all by myself, Bill." Bill: "I believe it, she whistles for every station!" A man was hogging his son on his knee, when the young one bit him. The father said: "What are you biting me for?" The son re- plied: "Who beginned this war 'I" CIIATTEB Father: "And there, son, I have told you the story of your daddy and the Great War." Son: "Yes, daddy, but what did they need all the other soldiers or." Brown: "What will you give me for my daughter's piano?" Naybor: "S500.00, sawed, split and delivered." A REVISED VERSION "Twinkle, twinkle, little star," the nursery rhyme so familiar to everybody, has been revised by a committee of eminent scholars with the following result: Shine with irregular, intermitted light, sparkle at intervals, dimin- utive, luminous, heavenly body, How I conjecture, with surprise, not unmixed with uncertainty, what you are, Located, apparently, at such a re- mote distance from and at- a height so vastly superior to thi earth, the planet we inhibit. Similar in general appearance and refractory powers to the precious primitive octahedron crystal of pure carbon, set in the aerial re- gions surrounding the earth. REASON T0 CRY Little boy: Papa, there's an old man standing on the corner hold- ing out his basket and crying. Please give me a dime for him. Unsuspecting Dad: Here you are, son. What's he crying about? Little Boy: Balloons: Nice bal- loons, three for a dime. THEY COUl.DN'T BE WRITTEN In penmanship class one pupil had failed to have his work done for several days. The instructor told him that as a penalty he would have to write a composition of 250 words to be read in class the fol- lowing day. This is what he wrote: "Last summer my uncle pur- chased a second-hand car, with which he started a trip out West. On his second day out it rained very hard and on a lonely road the car stoppedg, the other 215 words are what my uncle said trying to get that car to go." A 'lawyer, pleading the case of an infant plaintiff, took the child, suifused with tears, in his arms and presented it to the jury. This had a great effect till the opposite lawyer asked what made him cry. "He pinched me," answered the little innocent. OTHERWISE ENGAGED Cohen and Macpherson were matched, and at the sixth the lat- ter drove a beautiful ball straight up the fairway. Cohen followed, but went into the rough. After smiting about wildly he managed to get clear. "Hoo many?" queried the Scots- man. "Three," replied Cohen. "Why, I counted ten masell" roared Mac. "Vas it my fault if I had to kill a grass snake?" asked the resource- ful Cohen. BARNYARD CI-IATTER Poland China: What's that ban- tarri' rooster strutting about now for. Razorback: Didn't you see the boss's plane take off? Well, he thinks he chased it away. KNEW HIS GEOGRAPHY "Yes, stamp collecting is educa- tional," said the fond mother to the visitor. "For instance, where is Hungary, son?" Without looking up from his stamp book the young philatelist answered promptly, "Two pages in front of Italy." KNEW QUARTS BETTER Pedagog: Name the constituents of quarts. His Father's Son: Pints. HIS VERSION New Yorker: Where do you live? Boy: Minute Street. "Never heard of it before." "Well, other people call it Sixty- second Street." TOO MUCH COMPETITION Mrs. Newly-Rich was recounting to an acquaintance the thrilling events of the night before, when the house had been burgled. "As a matter of fact," she said, "we were eating our soup-" "Then of course," interrupted the candid friend, "none of you heard anything." Miss Fedow: Kitty, this meat tastes queer. Student: That's funny. I admit I burnt it: but I applied unguentine immediately. TRANSLATION "Name?" queried the immigration official. "Sneeze," the Chinese replied proudly. The official looked hard at him. "Is that your Chinese name?" he asked. "No, English name," the oriental said blandly. "Then let's have your native name." "Ah Choo," said the Chinese. NO SLEUTHING NEEDED "How did you find the weather while you were away ?" "Just went outside and there it was." Wouldn't it be funny if: Mr. Myers wore a beard? Miss Barlow forgot her earrings? Clarence Nicholson went with anyone by Evelyn Ramm? Mary Day palled with the same fellow for two weeks? "Bobby" Miller appeared at school with a bad disposi- tion? Mr. Winn would wear green cap and mittens next winter? Mr. McLean came to school without a car full of girls? Dick Juby went to band contests with anyone but Crary's? Dorothy I-Ieltzel flunked all four subjects? Irene Solyom wore long curls? No cars from Elgin High School were seen in front of Abbott School at noon hour? Bethryn Foltz forgot how to play the piano? Dorothy Sechrist didn't have five boys on the string? l33l Frances McCarthy wore small shoes? Clark McCornack didn't meet Dorothy Larson between periods? Wilcke Lou Hicks didn't try to show off? Dick Fink drove a car to school? Mildred Yates were seen at the store room not sur- rounded by students? Miss Taylor didn't make the annual a success? Evelyn Ramm were a blonde? Certain boys didn't like snakes? Miss Fedou's girls couldn't make delicious pies? We weren't proud of our band and orchestra? Mr. Miller were ungracious? Miss Geister taught -manual training? Marge Knuth weren't busy? Ralph Day were elected May Queen? No one wanted vacation to come? Anyone found out who wrote this? SNAPS i391 The BLUE and GOLD Sept. Sept. Sept Sept. Sept. Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. ANNUAL CALENDAR September -Mr. Miller gave a welcome Address. -Mr. Saam gave a very interesting speech concerning the values of education and scholarship both now and later. -First' pep meeting! The hand played several selections and several speeches were given. -The Abbottarian Staff gave a splendid pro- gram in auditorium. -We had a pep meeting in the auditorium. -Band gave a concert for auditorium program. October 4-Orchestra gave a concert for auditorium program. 11-Mr. Franklin Sorn and Dr. Lawrence J. Hughes sang some excellent duets. 18-Mr. Goble spoke on the topic, "Choosing." 25-Band gave a concert. November 1-Abbott Boys' Quartette gave an excellent musical program. 1-No school this afternoon because of the N.R.A. parade in which the band marched. 3-No school!! Teachers went to Teachers Meet- ing at Joliet. 8-A banquet was very much enjoyed by the honor students and faculty of Abbott School. 8-Dr. Yi-fang Wu of Nanking University in China gave a very interesting talk. She is one of the party of the missionary, E. Stanley Jones. 15-Dr. Weng gave an interesting talk on the topic, "Where do we go from here." 22-The Abbott Quintette played two enjoyable numbers, and Mr. Charles Page talked to us on the topic, "Practice of Law." 28-Abbott Band gave its annual concert. 29-The clarinet quartette played two numbers. Rev. Brown spoke to us on the topic, "Liv- ing the Right Kind of Lives." December 6-The orchestra gave a concert for auditorium program. 13-Mrs. Weng sang several bueautiful Christ- mas songs. Mr. Weng told us how other countries celebrated Christmas. 18-Attention!! Abbott School Play was presented. A matinee was enjoyed by the students and children of other schools. An evening performance pleased the older folks. 20-The Abbott chorus presented several delight- ful songs. 22-Christmas Vacation!!! January 3-Mr. Miller gave a short welcome address which was followed by several excellent piano solos played by Mr. Freeman Kadow. 12-Mr. Saam gave- an excellent talk. 17-Rev. Bennett gave a very interesting speech on the topic, "Going Beneath the Surface." 22-Boys' Athletic department gave an amazing stunt program. 22-23-Nights for studying for exams!! 23-24-Final Exams!!! 26-No School!! Teachers' Meeting. 31-Mr. Miller told us what affect education has on the affairs of our country. February 7--Rev. Milmine told us not to take short cuts in the experiences of life but to get love and worthwhile knowledge out of every- thing we do. !40l Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. April April April April April April May May May May May May May May June June 14-Mr. Young entertained us with several of his clever magic tricks. 21-Miss Alice Tobin sang several enjoyable 22- numbers. 23-Attention!!! Abbott Band presented its second annual minstrel show. Four splen- did performances were enjoyed by many adults and children. 28-Miss Jeanette Kling gave us some very good advice on, "Charm and Personality." March 7-Girls' Glee Club and Abbott String Quin- tette gave several delightful musical se- lections. 14-The Girl Reserves presented a pantomime. 16-Abbott Band presented a concert at Plato Center. 17-The G.A.A. gave a party for all the mem- bers and their friends. 21-A puppet show was given by the Blue and Gold Stall' to advertise the Annual. 28-Letters!! Letters!! Blue and Gold letters 3 6 12 18 25 26 were awarded to the boys who had shown their ability in football, basketball, and tumbling. The brass quartette, cornet quartette, and ilute quintette gave several delightful numbers. April -The Abbott Band gave a splendid concert. -7-Attention!!! Abbott Band. several soloists, and three ensembles went to Joliet to the district contest. The band and three en- sembles received "superior" ratings. They are now eligible for the state contest at Urbana. The soloists rated "good" and "excellent" -Abbott Annual Stunt show was given. There were many splendid stunts presented by the various home rooms. -Girls' Tumbling team gave a remarkable tumbling program. Marilyn Jane Porter gave several clever tap dances. Election goxidMay Queen and her attendants was e . -The band presented a. delightful program. -27-28-Notice!! Abbott Band and Ensembles went to Urbana for the State Contest. The ensembles received "good" and "ex- cellent" ratings while the band received a "good" rating. May 2-Several enjoyable vocal solos were presented by Mr. Paul Born. 4-The orchestra present a splendid concert. 5-Attention!! Orchestra, soloists, and an en- semble went to the State Contest at Joliet. The soloists and ensemble received "good" and "excellent" ratings. The orchestra received "excellent" ratings. 11-Special band and orchestra members went to Aurora to play in the Fox Valley Festival. There were also several delegates from the Girls' Glee Club who did not participate but went to hear it. 16-Mr. Vonckx gave a very enjoyable talk. 17-Attention!! The Abbott Spring Fete was pre- sented with its usual colorful dancing and music and its lovely May Queen. 23-Mr. Helman gave a very interesting talk. 29-The students enjoyed a Memorial Day Pro- graln. June 2-The band played at the World's Fair. 8-End of school year. Cheerio! 1 . 4 a L V 1 1 Q R r - ' - - , ,X -V x,,,.,-- f,.,,, -,1,,,,,..U,-,1,A,,,, ,, W...,,,,N,4 F, NW, 1 !,,,.,.-M,W,W,, ,V ,J V , K V J: 2 " A- ,. 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