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

 - Class of 1934

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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

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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



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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

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