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

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Prideaux L21 xy V .nd ON KV fm ZW l ill 'X M" gf 'Z X-.f . CA , W ' 'ft - gk , ?v i ,Z FACULTY Top row: Robert T. Winn, Martha li. lilaek, Iohn F. Fletcher, Frank I.. Myers, Melville 'l'. Wright, li. G. McLean, Ruth Taylor, l,ec1C. Muntguniery. Second row: Kate E, Palmer, lilva lean llall, Theresa Siren, Florence M. Damisch, Ilelene M. Feclnu, Catherine M. Ferron, Mrs. Laila W. Fuller. First row: Beulah Dewey, liclna I. Lewis, Mayble Holland, Leila M. Barlow: Principal, S. C. Miller: Irene Pielemeier, Mary Geister, lilina Paananen, Milclreil Yatea, secretary. It is a luxury to learn, but the l'uxury of learning is not to be compared with the luxury of teaching.-RQSWELL D. HITCHCOCK. l3l Superintendent, Theodore I. Saam THE STAFF MISS RUTH TAYLOR, Sponsor Top row: Warren Carbary, Corgan Brown, Robert Graham, Miss Taylor. First row: Dorothy Nutting, Marion Wells, June Ramm, Joan McBride. DEDICATION Our 1935 annual is dedicated to Miss Ruth Taylor, who has acted as sponsor for the three year books our school has produced. The Staff. i41 HOME ROOMS 1' tulcnt of siirrvss is nothing 'mon' than zloing urhut you run, uwll, and doing well zuhrrtciwr you do, without tl thought of funzrf.-LONGFELLOW. ISI HOME ROOM 1 MR. LEO C. MONTGOMERY, Teacher Top row: Robert Renwick, Raymond Johnson, Raymond Schrauf, Carlton Skinner, Wilbur Heine, Mr. Leo C. Montgomery. Second row: Marvin Gusler, Raymond Connery, Gerald Ahrens, Raymond Hecker, William Mogler, Wilbert Witte. First row: Roy Dieterich, William Lemvig, Donald Kruse, Robert Hopp, Richard Fink, Harry Koch, Charles Schambach, Harold Lamp. HOME ROOM 2 MR. MELVILLE T. WRIGHT, Teacher Fourth row: LeRoy Elvin, Bill Smayda, Albert Lange, Dick Belshaw, Harry Jennijahn, George Abbott, Frank Varfza. Third row: Marvin Hogrew, Howard Burton, Franklin Benson, Robert Becker, Fred Peasley, Neil Robison, Lawrence Henke. Second row: Wallace Straub, Louis Blackford, Carlos Kramer, Wilmer Griffith, Norman Schmidt, Earle Adams, Joe Fink, Harold Stuart, Mr. Wright. First row: Mervin Christensen, Robert Holzman, Donald Starin, Bob Joy, Robert Smith. l6l HOME ROOM 3 MRS. l,AlI.A W. FULLER, Tear-hor Top row: Eleanor Tyler, Ruth Bohlin, Leota Roehl, Mazie Snyder, Fern Beckman, lflorenre Hansen, Irene Schem-le, Franves liurg. Second row: Helen Hultz, Frances Kienle, Margllreile lfranzen, Elizabeth Krueger, Lillian Sill, Marie Born, Kathryn Mulroney. First row: Helen Parrott. Elaine llelrin-hard. Dorothy Coulomlre, Marcella Lehman, Elly Schmokel, Hazel llamisvh, Edna Young, Adm-line Sperry, Mildred Hempstead. HOME ROOM 4 MISS HELENE FEDOU, Teavher Top row: Treasa Koch, Phyllis Holmes, Alice Hansen, Lois Peterson. Second row: Virginia Shnles, Helen Weidner, Marie Hugh, Charlotte Hartman, Maythel Parsons. First row: Betty Anderson, Marion lionin, Lucille Vollman, Delores Lange, Ruth Hoagland. I f I HOME ROOM 100 MISS MARY GEISTER, Teacher Top row: Willard Roath, Gage Smith, Hubert Hill, Dale Cork, Jack Nitz, Walter Bartelt, Roland Miller. Third row: Virginia Witt, Esther Whitehead, Marcella Koss, Cecelia Rausch, Mary Margaret Lutz, Dorothy Rittis, Miss Geister. Second row: Dale Durham, Robert Blinks, Jane Helen Rowe, Anna Sebek, Eleanor Krabbe, Edna Stude, Alice Washer, Ernest Wisser, Gregg Ziegler. First row: Russell Shales, Walter Lange, Earl Moser, Roy Benner, Richard Koch, Donald Mockler. A HOME ROOM 103 MISS RUTH TAYLOR, Teacher First row: Bessie Luscher, Helen Wildenradt, Lucille Casey, Dorothy Mae Easton, Miss Taylor, Shirley Georges, Mary liazsali, Jessie Mumme, Jean Renwick, Daisy Nelson. Second row: Josephine Ridgley, Joan Henley, Lois Bohne, Marjorie Atchison, Audrey Schultz, Norman Henning, Elaine Hoke, Margaret Redeker, Lorene Themer, Mildred Schultz. Third row: Catherine Hersch, Dorothy Kirsch, Irene Way, Frances Nord, Lorraine Klabunde, Marie Barton, Marlene Kaiser, Ruth Kible, Carolyn Starrett, Shirley Kelley, Mary Morley. Fourth row: Angeline Scarlata, Alice Schmidt, Evelyn Bennett, Viola Arians, Dorothy Studer, Connie Robinson, Mildred Kenyon, Carol Healy, Mildred Hubbard, Noreen Wright, Betty Salisbury. l3l HOME ROOM 105 MISS THERESA SIRON, Teacher Top row: John Gross, Harzel Taylor, Richard McCornack, Dick Lange, Edward Lambert, Carl Stark, Robert Peterson, Otis Anderson, Charles Knapp, Douglas Rogers. Third row: Vernon Lange, Billy Sechrist, Harold Lange, Irving Dettman, Arland Randall, Bill Lange, Junior Leschke, Earl McMillion, Robert Shales, Gail Bronson, Kenneth Guge. Second row: George Groneman, Ralph Rowe, Carl Lalle- man, Ronald Voltz, Leroy Klabunde, Clyde Cooper, John McLean, Charles Hartzell, Miss Siren. First row: Clayton Michaelis, Irwin Steve, James Nelson, George Hoffman, Bob Nitz, Glenn Anderson, Paul Rogers, Norman Hopkins, William Fehrman, HOME ROOM 200 MISS EDNA LEWIS, Teacher Top row: Robert Graham, Roy Jernberg, Clarence Mugler, Howard Lagerstrom, Emerson Mason, lflrnil Nelson, Russell Wickland, Mathew Scarlata, Albert Wenzel. Third row: Jane Grune, Eileen Lohsc, Vivian Lind, Richard Lay, Carl Rohne, Melvin Schultz, Louise Block, Marilin Westphal, Je-anettc Dunning. Second row: Doris Hendricks, Mary Ahrens, Violet Siegal, Lou Edythe Tazewell, Miss Lewis, Jean Musekamp, LaVaughn Wagner, Dorothy licgalku, Vera Engelking. First row: Monica Hickey, Frances Hedberg, Alice Nielsen, Marjory Thrun, Loretta Suree, Norelda Wallmuth, Catherine Stoddard, Vera Roe. l9I y Aff HOME ROOM 201 MISS FLORENCE DAMISCH, Teacher Top row: Russell Gooley, Merrill McLaughlin, Dick Prideaux, George Brown. Second row: Irving Higgins, Glenn Sullivan, Harold Ackemann, Walter Westphal, Orlin Frautnivk. First row: Miss Damisch, Sylvia Vary, Nellie Turner, Corinne Armstrong, Lola Perrine, Coral Stanford. HOME ROOM 202 MISS IRENE PIELEMEIER, Teacher Third row: David Graupner, Frederick Kruger, Robert Schneff, Leonard Schmidt, Ernest Sholes, Gor- don Wolfe, Richard Stark, Russell Masi. Second row: Nancy Hazleton, Betty Brown, Bill Smith, Robert Az-kemann, Betty Lorang, Betty Mirgeler. First row: Audrey Myhre, Margaret Shamberger, Margaret Hallock, Joan Mcliride, Dorothy Nutting, Verdelle Brockner, Betty Affeld, Miss Pielemeier. 1101 HOME ROOM 203 xkzts NF J, MR. ROBERT WINN, Teacher UN Top row: Gergen, Pic-rce James Johnson Albert Velasquez, James Sensor, Russell Funk, Wilbur Carr, Donald Schutz. Third row: Minerva Bartelt, Robert Ziegler, Kenneth Fevrier, Richard Juby, Rose Annette Pedersen. Second row: Mr. Winn. Marion Wells, Virginia Pruden, Ruthi Sweet, Aletta Muntz, Audrey Bryant, Bonnie M1-Bride, Marjorie Smith. First row: Frederick Wolff, Warren Carbary, Wallace Ziegler, Harold Breen, Edward Geister, Robert Whitvomb, Buford Davis. Ji' HOME ROOM 205 MISS ELINA PAANANEN, Teacher Fourth row: Bob Thelander, Darwin Kelley, Richard Major, Robert Crane, Herman Wilkening, LaVerne Yurs, Keith Olsen, Stanley Schneider, Ralph Fritz, Robert Hickey. Third row: Lavon Guptail, Grace Durgin, Donna Lange, Marie Rabe, Ruth Liepitz, Irene Rohrer, June Ramm, Vernetto Anderson, Irene Kruse, Jane Mittlesteadt. Second row: Agatha Pleasant, Ruth Bouril, Evelyn Kelahan, Ruth Wilson, Jeanette Ostdick, Virginia Kline, Hilda Lamp, Myldred Prell, Elina Paananen. First row: Lois Ariuns, Dorothy Schneider, Alma Lange, Barbara Johnson, Delores Smiley, Florence Sisti, Frances Jernberg. U11 I ,N iffy! HOME ROOM 206 MISS CATHERINE FERRON, Teacher Top row: Dale Boxberger, Paige Burbank, Robert Browne, Robert Nelson, Oral Wasmond, Billy Barth, Raymond Buthe, Henry Barton, Everett Kothe, George Mogler. Second row: Sam Sorce, Arthur Krambeer, Joan Gibson, Dorothy Juby, Frances Vasquez, Marjorie Broeker, Janis Lehman, Louis Bosnyak, William Kellerman, Jack Snellgrove. First row: Leslie Davenport, Marvin Clements, Robert Smith, Marilyn Clark, Betty Heinicke, Frances Mason, Jacqueline Johnson, Marion Spurling, Merrill Forney, Lee Gabby, Frank Waterman. mllgvpan X? A ee HOME ROOM 208 MISS BEULAH DEWEY, Teacher Top row: Jeanne Breslich, Robert Meadows, Clifford Lohs, Edmund Powell, Joe Koch, Jean McKee First row: Mary Mink, Lois Kadow, Geraldine Voltz, Annette Nelson, Celia Mell, Jean Fraser. H21 HOME ROOM 209 MR. E. G. Mcl.EAN, Teacher Top row: Stewart Whittington, Franklin Rowe, Paul Cates. Kenneth Waterman. Second row: Clarence Smith, Ralph Day, Fred Wascher, Robert Switzer, Robert Smith. First row: Evelyn Hellmuth. Margaret Stevenson, Doris Wright, Hazel Lind, Velma Hughes, Bernice Mason, Eileen Davenport. i Jul' HOME ROOM 210 f ., l ' 5 I 1' ' X , ' 7 MISS MARTHA BLACK. Teacher Top row: Vernon Nelson, Rupert Bunnell, Richard Johnson, Brad Chase, Kcnneth Cornelius, Lowell Brandt, John Thompson, Corgan Brown, George Parsons, Lorraine Hopn. Fifth row: Louis Althen, Harold Greenwald, Wardell Clark, Arnold Butler, Edwin Wascher, John Mclflnerney, Earl Mink, Douglas Roberts, Joseph Piazza, Mildred Broitzman, Helen Bosnyak. Fourth row: Deena Berg, Mar- garet Fehd, Delores Deming, Alice Huber, Margaret Freeman, Margene Foltz, Wilcke Lou Hicks, Colette Beal, Dorothy Jack Howard, Lenore Hickey, Mary Lueck, Margaret VanHorn, Marjorie Frayser. Third row: Violet Brush, Rosemary Murphy, Mary Head, Margaret Feddre, Alice Bennett, Phyllis Millen, Mary Logan, Veronica Engelking, Norma Hubrig, Dorothy Stanek, Dorothea Cohien, Miss Black. Second row: Doris Christiansen, Ruth Fay, Lois Bauman, Betty Burnidge, Evelyn Ramm, Doris Miller, Grace Hopp, Ruth Ann Kelley, Betty Ziegler, Lucille Meyer. First row: Cecil Dickerson, Jack Flaherty, Charles Sanno, Clifton Peterson, Bob Krabbe, Malcolm Lawrence, Clyde Fore. William Jackle, Harry Sale. Il3l 4.1 10A CLASS, IANUARY, 1935 Top row: Robert Bergman, Jay Palmer, Jacob Miller, Norman Henryson, Ralph Day, Harold Dreyer, Clark McCornack, Walter Meyer, Clayton Brown, Norman Smith. Fourth row: Franklin Rowe, Aletha Gustafson, Howard Burton, Lorita Smith, Dave McDonough, Laura Miller, Irene Solyom, Clarence Vanek, Lloyd Whiting. Third row: Erwin Olney, Bertha Schultz, Eugene Tanner, Ethel Davis, Keith Olsen, Lauretta Dreyer, Robert Miller, Virginia Knowles, Arthur Pierce, Margaret Krueger. Second row: Dorothy Larson, Olive Mayberry, Marion Mock, Eleanor Ladwig, Josephine Ogden, Pearl Steve, Barbara Orkfritz, Helen Nelson, Violet Zirk, Dorothy Sechrist, Lola Robinson. First row: Alberta Martensen, Carmel Cash, Roy Jernberg, Emmert Miller, Irving Higgins, Floyd Smithberg, Wayne Smith, Margaret Stevenson, Gertrude Fink. V GOLD STARS Top row: Arthur Krambeer, Norman Hopkins, John Gross, Robert Peterson, Carl Stark, Otis Anderson, Robert Nelson, Henry Barton, Charles Hartzell. Third row: Shirley Kelley, Shirley Georges, Dorothy Kirsch, Lucile Casey, Norma Henning, Catherine Hersch, Joan Gibson. Second row: Josephine Ridgley. Frances Nord, Irene Way, Marie Barton, Dorothy Ann Juby, Betty Heinicke, Daisy Nelson, Betty Salisbury, Dorothy Studer, Miss Reinke. First row: Jack Snellgrove, Robert Brown, Sam Sorce, Lee Gabby, Leslie Davenport, Clyde Cooper, Gail Bronson, Auryll Wasmond, LeRoy Klabunde. l14l H1112 ,i-gala. al. ATHLETICS Football Baslcefball Hoclcey Tumbling G. A. A. ess Ifzes, first of all, 77 h Uh C 1151 G. A. A. MISS MARY GEISTER, Sponsor Top row: Frances Jernberg, Grace Durgen, Beverly Wright, Bonnie Mt-Bride, Catherine Stoddard, Marion Wells, Grace Hopp, Evelyn Kelahan, Marilyn Westphal, Jeanette Dunning, LaVaughn Wagner, Miss Geister, Josephine Ogden, Jean McKee, Virginia Kline, Kathryn Mulroney, Myldred Prell, Vernette Anderson, Mary Logan, Hazel Damisch, Alice Huber, Pearl Steve, Irene Scheele. Third row: Colette Beal, Wilcke Lou Hicks, Francs Burg, Phyllis Millen, Doris Miller, June Ramm, Ruth Leipitz, Jeanette Ostdick, Ruth Bohlin, Rosemary Lehman, Virginia Dillon, Lois Kadow, Adeline Sperry, Nellie Turner, Coral Stanford, Lola Perrine, Sylvia Vary, Marjorie Frazier, Margaret Stevenson, Minerva Bartelt, Second row: Margenu Foltz, Florence Sisti, Dolores Smiley, Ruth Wilson, Rosemary Murphy, Rose Annette Pedersen, Agatha Pleasant, Dorothy Coulombe, Helen Nelson, Marcella Lehman, Dorothy Larson, Laura Miller, Kathryn Dierking, Gertrude Fink, Lois Arians, Helen Parrott, Frances Hedberg, Margaret Feddre, Eleanor Tyler, Marjorie Smith, Alberta Martensen, Ruth Ann Kelley. First row: Doris Wright, Jane Mittlesteadt, Celia Mell, Lorita Smith, Margaret Kruger, Betty Brown, Irene Kruse, Jean Musekamp, Hazel Lind, Vivian Lind, Corrine Armstrong, Ethel Davis, Virginia Knowles, Bertha Schultz, Mary Lueck, Elizabeth Kruger, Dorothy Jack Howard, Mildred Broitzman, Audrey Bryant, Aletta Muntz, Geraldine Voltz. G. A. A. Untlcr thc lcatlcrship of Miss Mary Gcistt-r the Girls' Athletic Association cnioyctl an activt' year. The following girls aclctl as ofliccrs: President .... , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,..... P h yllis Millen Vice President, ,,,,,, ....... E velyn Ramm Secretary ,..... .... ,.........,...,... ........... ....,. ,,........................ . . , D o ris Miller Treasurer, ,, , , ,,.,,,,... ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,..,,,,.,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,..,. Mary Logan The activities of this ycark association wcrc rarictl. Some of tht' outstanding features were a liikc. a candy sale, a tlancc, antl a picnic on Sports' Day. Girls who specialized in volleyball, basketball, baseball, tumbling, antl horst-shoe rt-ccivctl awartls. HOCKEY TEAM MISS MARY GEISTER, Coach Top row: Carmel Cash, Marion Mock, Ruth Bohlin, Colette Beal, Geraldine Voltz, Josephine Ogden, Pearl Steve, Jean McKee. Second row: Betty Brown, Phyllis Millen, Nellie Turner, Dorothy Jack Howard, Jean Musekamp, Margaret Krueger, Sylvia Vary, Lauretta Dryer. First row: LaVaughn Wagner, Jeanette Dunning, Marilyn Westphal, Wilcke Lou Hicks, Elaine Burnidge. l16l GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Miss MARY czrziswzic, will-h Top row: Marion Iiunin, Alice Huber, Florm-m'e Sisti, Viulvt lirush, Kathryn Stoddard. Luuisv lilm-k, Vs-ra Emu-lkimz, Margaret Fc-hd, Lois liauman, Miss Gcistvr. Second row: Vuruniva lfingelking, Hlizahuth Kruger, Geraldine Voltz, Mildred Ilroitzman, Dorothy .lack Howard, Nancy Hazvltun, Ne-lliu Turner, Elaine liurnidue. First row: Lillian Sill, Phyllis Hulmus, lin-tty liruwn, Colm-ttv H4-nl. Sylvia Very, Hum-I Lind, Jean McKee, Ruth Iluhlin. GIRLS' TUMBLING TEAM MISS MARY GElS'l'l'Ill, Coal-h Sianding fm' slidinul: Dorothy Sludvr, Luis Hallman, Alice Schmidl, Norm-cn Wright. lie-vvrly Wriyghl, Flnronve Sisti, JL-an Mr-Koo. Middle row: Dorothy Javk Howard, Lillian Sill. Kneeling-Viola Arians, Cole-H0 lim-al. Hazel Lind, Louise llluck, Sylvia Vary, Nancy Hazclton. Juan Ms-Bride. Il7I TUMBLING AND PYRAMID TEAM MR. FRANK MYERS, Coach Left to right: Orlin Frautniek, Ever Juhl, Harold Greenwald, Russell Gooley, Douglas Kimball, Frank Waterman, Arnold Butler, ftopl Robert Nitz, fbottoml Capt. Jacob Miller, Norman Smith, Harold Dreyer, Corgan Brown, Kenneth Waterman, Floyd Smithberg, Donald Starin. Richard Stark. BOYS' STUNT PROGRAM Again Mr. Myers' classes entertained an audience with a review of their class activities when they staged an athletic program on the afternoon of lanuary Zl, and the evening of Ianuary 22. FOOTBALL SQUAD MR. FRANK MYERS, Coach Top row: Vernon Nelson, Walter Westphal, Robert Miller, John Thompson, Harold Dreyer, Melvin Schultz, Lowell Brandt, Edmund Powell, Jacob Miller, Coach Myers, Buiford Davis. Second row: Walter Meyers, John McEnerney, Eugene Tanner, Louis Althen, Norman Henryson, Richard Juby, Frederick Wolff, Neil Robinson, Robert Zigler. Third row: Kenneth Fevrier, Donald Blietz, Harry Sales, David McDonough, Capt. Jay Palmer, Emerson Mason, Floyd Smithberg, Robert Thelander, Caroll Rovelstad. l18l ml, 1 n .nf HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL MK. FRANK lVlYl'illS, l'uu4'h Top row: Asst. Mgr. Kenneth Fevrier, Waller Weslphnl, Riehurml lmy, Lowell llrzxmll, Floyal Smilhln-rgr, Mr. Myers, vom-h. Middle row: .lay Palmer, Emerson Mason, Capt. Sale, Harold llreyur. William Smziyulzl. Boliom row: Louis Althcn, Roy Jernbergz, John lVlr'l'Inerm'y. .- if MR. FRANK MYERS, Coach Top row: Merrill Ms'I,:lug:hlin, Asst, Mgr. Kenneth Fevrier, Frank VZITJJZI, Herman Wilkc-ning, William ln-mvigz, Mr. Myers, couvh, Robert Thelamler. Middle row: Lloyd Wbitimz, i'o'Caplnins Joe Koch and lflll Wasm-her, Howard Lapzerslrom. David Richardson. Bottom row: Donald Stzxrin, Robert Nelson, Harold Breen, Neil Robison, Robert Zigler. 1191 'BOYS' ATHLETICS BASKETBALL The basketball teams were captained by Harry Sale and co-captains Eddie Wascher and Ioe Koch. The high point men were: Harold Dreyer, Iay Palmer, Eddie Wascher, and Ioe Koch. The heavyweights won 2 games and los-t 6. The lightweights won 6 and lost 2. The football teams had good material and a high degree of team work this year. Four games were won and two lost. The success of the season far exceeded the expectations of the team members. Iay Palmer deserves a vote of thanks for his splendid efforts. Much enthusiasm was created by our boxing tournament. Fans filled the gym to enjoy this sport. The year has been a busy one and the boys enjoyed their varied program with Coach Myers. ' This was the third year that "Doc" Miller has been elected captain of the tumbling squad, an honor well de- served by him. The team put on several splendid programs of pyramid building and tumbling. Robert Miller Capt. Jacob Miller Arnold Butler Kenneth Waterman Russell Gooley Floyd Smithberg Harold Dreyer Donald Starin Douglas Kimball Arthur Brink rooms 210 and 200 A baseball home room tournament showed a line sense of sportsmanship and resulted in winning first and second places. The outlook for a strong spring team was favorable. Capt. Jay Palmer Jacob Miller Robert Miller Harold Dreyer Harry Sale Louis Althen FOOTBALL 1934-35 Lettermen Dave McDonough Donald Blietz Walter Westphal Walter Meyer Emerson Mason Floyd Smithberg Norman Henryson Richard Juby John Thompson Melvin Schultz Edmund Powell Lowell Brandt September 21 September 28 October 6 October 12 October 20 October 25 - v Capt. Harry Sale Harold Dreyer Jay Palmer Walter Westphal Richard Lay William Smayda Games Played Abbott Opponents Main 1 3 0 Aurora 2 6 Dundee 1 3 0 Aurora 2 1 3 Maine 1 3 6 High School 1 3 7 Total 56 32 BASKETBALL 1934-35 Lettermen ' Co-Capts. Joe Koch, Eddie Wascher Herman Wilkening Howard Lagerstrom Harold Breen Merrill McLaughlin David Richardson 5. Emerson Mason Lloyd Whiting Games Played Lightweights Opponents Abbott Heavyweights Opponents Abbott December 20 Geneva 4 40 December 20 Geneva 16 25 December 24 Plato Center 21 26 December 24 Plato 31 25 January 8 Elgin High 28 29 January 7 Academy 36 9 January 12 Plato 16 18 January 12 Plato 27 29 January 28 Burlington 1 1 18 January 19 Academy 25 18 January 30 Dundee 31 23 January 28 Burlington 42 .18 February 1 Burlington 17 19 January 30 Dundee 39 6 February 8 Dundee 34 10 February 1 Burlington 38 19 Total 162 183 Total 254 149 GIRLS' ATHLETICS A The Abbott girls of 1934-35 under the guidance of Miss Mary Geister have had a full year of activities in the Physical Education Department. To start the year right a group of girls went out to Maroon Field to play hockey. Although no formal games were played, they had a great deal of fun. Volleyball was enjoyed by all. Hazel Lind and Ethel Davis captained some snappy games. Basketball was a great sport which was greeted with much enthusiasm. The able captains, Colette Beal, Ger- aldine Voltz, and Betty Brown, had teams which were always ready to try their skill at winning. . The girls and their captain, Hazel Lind, organized a tumbling team which showed cleverness and talent. Baseball and horseshoe tournaments proved to be very exciting and- interesting for everybody. One of the most popular events of the year was a course of six ballroom dancing classes which were attended by one hundred students. They were sponsored by the Girls' Athletic Department which is under the direction of Miss Geister. l20l K MUSIC Band Orchestra Glee Clubs See deep enough and you ser' n11zs1'rfulIy,' fhv henrf of 'nature bring vzwrywherc' nzusi if you ran only I'f'IIl'h, if.-CARLYLE. 1211 ABBOTT SCHOOL ORCHESTRA LEILA MARIE BARLOW, Conductor ORGANIZATION President ................... ..... ...,. . B ernice Mason Vice President ............ .,.......... K eith Olsen Secretary-Treasurer .,,, ........ P hyllis Millen Librarian ..,.,..........,...........,,,,,.....................i. ....,. J essie Mumme Concertmistress-Bernice Mason, President PERSONNEL Violins Basses Arthur Brink Rose Annette Pedersen Audrey Berlin Margaret Hallock Kenneth Cornelius Ruth Bouril Clifton Peterson Walter Rohrer Vera Engelking Margaret Van Horn Veronica Engelking Jean McKee Delores Deming Alice Washer Alice Lorang Douglas Rogers Janice Lehman Violas Nellie Turner, principal Mildred Broitzman Betty Heinicke Helen Weidner Margaret Freeman Russell Gooley Ruth Bohlin Tympani Robert Ackemann Violoncellns Virginia Pruden, principal Corinne Amrstrong Irene Rohrer Margaret Feddre Betty Mirgeler George Laurischke Z-principals I 22 1 Norma Hubrig Minerva Bartelt John McLean Joyce Ogden Clarinet Walter Westphal Flutes Margene Foltz Phyllis Millen, Sec.-Treas Frances Nord Oboe Dorothy Jack Howard Bassoon Lois Kadow Horns Keith Olsen, Vice Pres. Lou Edythe Tazewell Paige Burbank Kenneth Waterman Trumpets Orlin Frautnick Joseph Piazza George Brown Trombone Robert Zigler Percussions Richard Lang Walter Bartelt Richard Juby Oct. Oct. Nov. Dec. Dec. Jan, Jan. string viola: X1 29 31 1 5 14 ti Ili, 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 1935 1935 ORCHESTRA PROGRAM Sunday Symphonic Series, Program I Auditorium Concert All State Orchestra, Urbana. Bernice Mason, Nellie Turner. Norma Hubrig were chosen to attend Orchestra furnished music for Mothers' Chorus play, "Time On Parade." Orchestra provided music for Christ- mas Play at First Congregational Church Sunday Symphonic Series, Program Il Orchestra hears Chicago Symphony at Orchestra Ilall Feb. 12. Feb. 17 Mar. N. Mar. 31 April X, April 27 May X May 10, May 26, June 1 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 THE STRING QUARTET 1 0ItlIlSIl'Ll cnscnilvlc which provult-tl several tlCll'llIl1ll niusical pm qu.n'u'I. 'lilu' nu-lnlvcrs were: licrnicc Mason, iirst violin: Kenneth Vlrgllligl l'rutlt'll. xlolcllicllo. Orchestra Valentine Party Sunday Symphonic Series, Program III Orchestra provided music for Abbott P.'I'.A. Dad's Play Symphonic Series, Program IV 1'.'I'.A. Program Sunday Abbott Illinois State Orchestra Contest at Chi- cago Heights Elgin Fox Valley Music Festival at Aurora Sunday Symphonic Series, Program V Third Annual Play Day 'ergnn numbers during the year was thc unrlius, sm-coml violin: Nellie Turner, FIRST GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Front row: Frances Hcdberxr, Mary Mink, Aletha Gustafson, Ruth Iiohlin, Mary Logan, Miss Harlow, Florence Sisti, lionnie Jean Mcliride, Margaret Feddre, Doris Miller, Delores Deming, Virginia Pruden. Second row: Adeline Sperry, Irene Kruse, .lean Musekamp, Corinne Armstrong, Annette Nelson, Ileota Roehl, Doris Wright, Colette lit-al, Kathryn Mulroney, Norma Hubrig, Ruth liouril, Mildred liroitzman. Accompanisi: Marion Wells. Officers President , .,., ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, , , C I vlctte Ileal Vice President ,, . . Mary Mink St-4'retary4Treasurer ,,,,, Mary Logan Librarian ,,,,, , Mildred Iiroitzman Aecompanist ,,,, ..,... ,, .,.,.,., H., ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, M a rion Wells SECOND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First row: lietty Heineke, Marion Iionin, Eleanor Krabbe, Virginia Witt, June Ramm, Miss Barlow, Ruth Hoagland, Irene Way. Verdelle Iirockner. Frances Nord, Marilyn Clark. Second row: lietty Affeld, Margaret Hallock, Muriel Gibson, Eileen Davenport, Marjorie Atchison, Ilavon Guptail, Iietty Mirgeler, Audrey Myhre, Teresa Koch. Doris Miller, Grace Hopp, Dorothy Nutting, accompanist. Third row: Helen Wildenradt. Mazie Snyder, Adeline Sperry, Annette Nelson, Charlotte Hartman, Geraldine Voltz, Norma Hubrig, Helen Weidner, Ruth liouril, Mildred Iiroitzman, Celia Rausch, Delores Deming. Accompanists, Dorothy Nutting, Eileen Davenport. ,Nancy Hazelton argaret Redeker Virginia Shales ...Audrey Myhre Officers President .......,,, ....... .................... ...... Vice President ,...... ..,., ,,,,,. . ,,,,, M Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... , , , ..,.. .. H H Librarian ,,,,,,,,,,,.......... ....,.... , H , .. ........ . Accompanists ,, ,,,Dorothy Nutting, l23l Eileen Davenport ABBOTT SCHOOL BAND JOHN F. FLETCHER, Director Walter Westphal Wilmer Griffith William Lemvig John Amott Marcus Amott Jeanette Dunning Carolyn Starrett Malcolm Lawrence Brad Chase Frances Hedberg Marilyn Westllhal Robert Broitzman Robert Bartelt Elizabeth Ziegler Robert Newman Royce Brandt William Smith Clifford Lohs William Mugler Richard McCornack Dorothy Jack Howard Lois Kadow Margene Foltz Phyllis Millen Audrey Bryant Jeanne Breslich Doris Miller Ruth Kelley Frances Nord Jane Gruno Betty Lorang Margaret Stevenson Robert Meadows Roy Dieterich John Thompson Sylvia Vary Lou Edythe Tazewell Keith Olsen Gregg Ziegler BAND ROSTER L 24 1 Kenneth Waterman Paige Burbank Geraldine Voltz Howard Burton Orlin Frautnick Charles Knapp Joseph Piazzo George Brown Harold Greenwald Pierce Tyrell Russell Gooley Marvin Clements Gage Smith Louis Blackford Gail Bronson Donald Hendricks David Richardson Gordon Wolfe Ruth Bouril Robert Crane Edmund Powell Robert Zigler Lyle Pflederer John Geister Fred Sell Lowell Brandt James Johnson Richard Lay Ralph Day Harry Sale Dale Durham Richard Juby Richard Lange Wilcke Lou Hicks Douglas Roberts Walter Bartelt Earl Adams Robert Knuth Howard Hoaglund BAND LOG Sept. 12 Band Activities Stunt Feb, 13- Sept. 21 Pep Meeting March Oct. 10 Auditorium Concert Egfiih Oct. 24 Weiner Roast and Theatre Party April Oct. 26 Freeport Football Game, Band Paraded May Nov. 8 Fall Concert Dec. 6 Concert at State Hospital May Dec. 20 Christmas Party June Jan. 15 P. T. A. Concert June Minstrel Show Spring Concert Plato Center Concert Auditorium Concert District Band Contest at West Aurora Fox Valley Festival, Sixteen Abbott Band members participating Concert, Masonic Temple, Elgin lndus- tries Week Elgin Centennial Parade Kiwanis Convention Parade ' ABBOTT BAND ENSEMBLES Mr. Fletcher's band ensembles have had an active year. Many audiences have depended upon them for entertain- ment. The personnel and their programs follow: Brass Quartet Howard Burton Keith Olsen Orlin Frautnick David Richardson Twenty-four public appearances in Elgin and neighboring communities. Flute Quartet Mai-gene Foltz Audrey Bryant Phyllis Millen Jean Breslich Fifteen public appearances before Elgin and out of town Horn Quartet audiences. Keith Olsen Orlin Frautnick Lou Edythe Tazewell Kenneth Waterman Seven public appearances in Elgin, Plato Center, W. Aurora, and Urbana. Cornet Quartet Howard Burton Charles Knapp Orlin Frautnick Kenneth Waterman Played carols during Christmas season before seven diiferent audiences, both indoors and outdoors. Clarinet Quartet Walter Westphal John Amott Wilmer Griffith Marcus Amott Played at State Hospital and for the Chamber of Commerce Banquet. HOWARD BURTON WINS HONORS On May 2 Howard Burton won a First division rating in the solo comet group at Urbana and was recommended for the National contest at Madison, Wisconsin, on May 17. l25l ABBOTT BELLE MINSTRELS MR. JOHN F. FLETCHER, Sponsor Edmund Powell Howard Burton Douglas Roberts Harry Sale Kenneth Waterman Keith Olsen Richard Juby On February I5 antl I4 Mr. Fletchers blackface comeclians again gave four zlucliences some laughs anal music. Captain litlmuml Powell was an able interlocutor and thc stage setting, a boat and wharf scene, made a pleasing background. BOYS' GLEE CLUB Top row: Robert Graham, Louis Althen, Robert Crane, Richard Lay, Ralph Day, James Johnson. John Thompson, Douglas Roberts, Raymond Schrauf, Robert Hickey. Third row: Buford Davis, Paige Burbank, Robert Brown, Richard Prideaux, George Brown, Richard Lange, Walter Westphal, Henry Barton, Louis Bosnyak, Harry Koch. Second row: Roy Jernberg, Robert Smith, Arland Randall, Marvin Clements, Kenneth Waterman, Richard McCornack, Malcolm Lawrence, Richard Fink, John F. Fletcher, Director. First row: Russell Gooley, Robert Whitcomb, Lee Gabby, Arthur Krambeer, Samuel Sorce, Ronald Voltz, Leslie Davenport, Wilmer Griffith, Frank Waterman. l26l ACTIVITIES Abbottorion Clubs Debating Drcmofics I'Ionor Students Grgonizotions When men are friends, there is no need of jzcsfieeg but when they are just, they still weed fViewdshwip.-ARISTOTLE. I27I 6'Pcace I Give Unto You" Left to right: Douglas Roberts, Raymond Sehrauf, Kenneth Cornelius, Irene Solyom, Roy Dieterieh. DRAMATICS On December eleventh, under the direction of Miss Mary Geister, two plays were produced. "Peace l Give Unto You" told the story of hatred created by war, giving way before the Spirit of the Prince of Peace. Cast of Characters: Marta ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,......,,.,,.,,,,...................,,,.,........ I rene Solyom Joseph.. ,,,, ,,,,,.,.,.....,..............,....,,,,.... R aymond Schrauf Peter ,,,,..... ,,.,,. K enneth Cornelius Alec ,,,,., .,,,,,, ........ D 0 uglas Roberts A Soldier.. . V...,...., Roy Dieterich "The Mouse Trap" made us wonder if handsome and charming ladies are always brave. Or are they sometimes frightened by very small things? "The Mouse Trap" answered these questions. Cast of Characters: Mrs. Sommers ,.,.......,.......,............................,. ...,,,, P hyllis Millen Willis Campbell ........,,r.....,.,,,,,,...,..,......,...... ..,,,, R iehard Juby Jane, the maid ,...,, ,..... H azel Damiseh Mrs. Bemis ...,..... ...... N ancy Hazelton Mrs. Curwen .....,. ................ L eota Roehl Mrs. Miller ...... ................ N ellie Turner Mrs. Roberts .... ..... I lou Edith Tazewell The Mouse Trap Left to right: Richard Juby, Nellie Turner, Phyllis Millen, Hazel Damiseh, Nancy Hazelton, Leota Roehl, Lou Edith Tazewell. l28l SPRING F ETE MISS MARY GEISTER, Director Left side, top row: Frances Hedberg, Delores Deming, Elly Ss-hmokel. Evelyn Fchrman, Dorothy Stanek, Eileen Pepple, Bertha Schultz, Jean Liddil. Second row: Jean Musekamp, Jean Graham, Marian Range, Velma Hughes, Pearl Steve, Gypsylee llooth, Nellie Turner, Joan Meliride, Lois Kadow, Geraldine Voltz, Beverley Wright, Nan Jean Crary, Edward Kulxiak. Kneeling: Doris Lantz, Eleanor Davis, Veroniea Engelking, Mildred llroitzman, Josephine Ogden. Sitting: Bonnie Mvllride, Rose Annette Pedersen, Ruth liohlin, Mary Logan, Dorothy Yates. Right side, top row: Marge Knuth, Mary Day, Evelyn Ramm, Doris Morton, Sylvia Vary, Hazel Damiseh, Doris Miller, Carmel Cash, Olive Maylmerry. Second row: Florence Sisti, Margaret Freeman, Deena Berg, Dorothy Sei-hrist, Irene Solyom, Lola Robinson, Alberta Martensen, Lois Harvey, l'hyllis Kahle, lngelxorg Leptien, Doris Wright. Kneeling: Jane Forgie, Wilcke Lou Hieks, Margene Foltz, Doris .McKeown, Vera Engelking, Colette Heal. Sitting: Doris Hendricks, Jeanne lireslich, Kathryn Dlerklng, Laura Miller, Dorothy Dewey. May Queen and Attendants: Louise Miller, lletty Dolby, Ernestine Hoff, Phyllis Millen, Coral Stanford. Children sitting: Carolyn Doyle, Ronald Foell, Norma Jean Wright, Rolxert Shirley, Marjory Perkins. Ularence Nicholson standing by Louise Miller. SECOND ANNUAL MAY FETE Lust spring on tht- L'YL'I1lI1j.1 of May l7, lln' Llllillitlfllllll stage was ll'.lllNl'HI'lllt'Kl into ll llowcrx lwowrl which mmlr zu ullglrnnng lmukgronml for Mlm cit'l5lt'l'-S Llllllllill lt-lc. Our mrcolitl Max' Qui-rn was Lonm- Miller. llur plrtuntlaintm xva-re lit-tty llollwy, lirm-slim' Hog, l'ln' lik Millcn, and Coral Sllllllillfll, Muon' was lurnislu-tl ln ilu- girl! 41ml'lwoyf Glu- lflulms and ilu- , l School Orcluwtra. X' ll M A MAY QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS Lois liauman, Hazel llamiseh, Phyllis Millen, Kathryn Dierking, and Margene Foltz. l29l DEBATING CLASS MISS ELVA JEAN HALL, Teacher Top row: Norman Hopkins, Richard Prideaux, Edward Lambert, Kenneth Cornelius, Richard Juby, John Thompson, Bill Smith, Otis Anderson, Robert Peterson. Fifth row: Marvin Clements, Louis Bosnyak, Paige Burbank, Richard McCornack, Richard Lange, Raymond Buthe, David Graupner, Charles Hartzell, John McLean. Fourth row: Ruth Bohlin, Shirley Kelley, Dorothea Cohien, Helen Weidner, Dorothy Nutting, Audrey Bryant, Margaret Redeker, Betty Mirgeler, Alice Hansen, Wilcke Lou Hicks. Third row: Betty Affeld, Joan McBride, Carolyn Starrett, Virginia Pruden, Audrey Schulz, Margaret Hallock, Margaret Shamberger, Virginia Kline, Alice Huber, Miss Elva Jean Hall. Second row: Wilmer Griffith, Merrill Forney, LeRoy Klabunde, Betty Anderson, Barbara Johnson, Lucille Meyers, Treasa Koch, Donald Starin. First row: Kenneth Guge, Leslie Davenport, Robert Smith, Paul Rogers, Billy Sechrist, Ronald Voltz. ' o AB OTTARIAN STAFF MISS BEULAH DEWEY, MISS FLORENCE DAMISCH, Sponsors Top row: Dale Boxberger, John Gross, Kenneth Cornelius, Brad Chase, John Thompson, Robert Meadows, John McEnerney, Richard Prideaux, Arnold Butler, Donald Starin. Second row: Jeannette Dunning, Geraldine Voltz, Jean Musekamp, Phyllis Millen, Wilcke Lou Hicks, Annette Nelson, Norma Hubrig, Lillian Sill. First row: Monica Hickey, Margaret Feddre, Hazel Damisch, Mary Logan, Coral Stanford, Mary Mink, Carol Healey, Doris Miller, Miss Dewey. l30JI Mack i THE ABBOTTARIAN The Abbottarian has completed its third successful year, publishing an issue of the school paper every second Monday. March 29, the staff, which was under the direction of Miss Dewey and Miss Damisch, gave a staff party for old and new members. The staff for the first semester was: Editor-in-Chief ..........................,..................... Lorita Smith Reporters ....i. Associate Editors .......... Irene Solyom, John McEnerney, Norma I-Iubrig Music. ............,, ,........ ...................................... P h yllis Millen Practical Arts .................. Coral Stanford, Arnold Butler Personals .............. Wilcke Lou Hicks, Jeanette Dunning Humor ................................., Mary Logan, Hazel Damisch Girls' Sports ............... ......... L illian Sill, Geraldine Voltz Boys' Sports .......,.......... Richard Prideaux, Donald Starin Circulation .,.,,.....,.. Faculty Advisers ........ The stall' for the second semester was: Editors-in-Chief ............ Annette Nelson, Monica Hickey Associate Editors ................ Mary Mink, Norma Hubrig, . John McEnerney Reporters .rr............ Business Manager ........ Advertising ...,........,...... , Subscriptions ....................................... Margaret Feddre. Doris Miller, Jean Musekamp, Russell Masi, Dorothy Nuttinz, Carol Healey, John Gross. ............................Robert Meadows Thompson .Kenneth Cornelius Brad Chase Florence Damisch, Beulah Dewey .........Margaret Feddre, Doris Miller, Jean Musekamp, Carol Healey, Dale Boxberger, John Gross. Music ......,.......,.........,..................................... Phyllis Millen Business Manager .....Y...,.....................,.. Robert Meadows Practical Arts .................. Coral Stanford, Arnold Butler Advertising ................................................ John Thompson Personals .,.......... Wilcke Lou Hicks, Jeannette Dunning Subscriptions ......,....,,...,.........,............. Kenneth Cornelius Humor .....,......,...,.............,,,. Mary Logan, Hazel Damisch Circulation ............,,........................ ,..... ,.., .......... B r a d Chase Girls' Sports ........,,................ Lillian Sill, Geraldine Voltz Boys' Sports ...... ......... R ichard Prideaux, Donald Starin DEBATING Faculty Advisers .....,.. Florence Damisch, Beulah Dewey This year the debating team appeared on four platforms, December 14 at Arden Shore, March l at Illinois Park, March 29 at Arden Shore and once in the Abbott auditorium. In April, eighth grade and high school debaters competed in a tournament. Miss Elva lean Hall coached the Abbott teams. Elgin Civic Leaders Guests at Dinner Written by Leo C. Montgomery for The Illinois Industrial Education Association News Bulletin The civic leaders of Elgin, representatives of the Business Men's Assn., Bar Assn., -Medical Society, and every civic and professional club in Elgin, as well as the mayor and editor of the local daily paper, were guests of the Practical Arts Department at an informal dinner at the Edward H. Abbott School, December 6. The purpose was to acquaint the citizens of Elgin with the value and achievements of the Industrial Arts program. Dinner was prepared and served by the students of the Foods classes. Programs prepared by the Art depart- ment contained a resume of the work of each department. Under Red Cross banners in a conspicuous part of the room a display of 500 jars of fruit and preserves told of the community project done by the girls of the Foods Department for the Red Cross. After the dinner the various departments were open for inspection, with exhibits. Girls were modeling dresses. Boys in the Drafting department demonstrated phases of drawing amid sellections of their semester's work. In Woodshop a fine display of pier cabinets, humidors, boats, and cabinet work provided visible appreciation for that department. Teachers participating were: Helen M. Fedou, Foodsg Laila W. Fuller, Clothing, Melville T. Wright, Mechanical Drawingg Mayble Holland, Artg Leo C. Montgomery, Woodworkg and P. E. Taylor, Supervisor of Industrial Arts. Miss Fedou's classes planned, prepared, and served the following dinners: Feb. 7, Southern style dinner for Board of Educationg Feb. 14, Dinner for principals, Mr. Saam, hostg Feb. 21, Banquet for football boys. Several motion picture programs were enjoyed by the Abbott students during the year. Historical pictures show- ing the hardships, and perseverance of our pioneer forefathers were shown in connection with eighth grade history. Great federal projects and some of our island possessions were also studied in this modern way. l31l F53 HONOR STUDENTS-FIRST SEMESTER Top row: Robert Zigler, James Sensor, James Johnson, Fred VVascher, Clifford Lohs, Robert Meadows, Richard Juby, LeRoy Bull, John McEnerney. Fifth row: Nellie Turner, Ruth Bouril, Irene Solyom, Lillian Sill, Lois Kadow, Jane Gruno, Donna Lange, Lola Perrine, Phyllis Millen, Alice Nielsen. Fourth row: Helen Bosnyak, Lois Bauman, Marion Wells, Marjorie Thrun, Dorothy Jack Howard, Annette Nelson, Lorita Smith, Hilda Lamp, LaVaughn Wagner, Coral Stanford. Third row: Jeanette Ostdick, Mary Head, Virginia Pruden, Bonnie McBride, Agatha Pleasant, Margene Foltz, Dorothy Betlalka, Doris Hendricks, Lavon Guptail, Doris Miller, Hazel Damisch. Second row: Dave McDonough, Florence Sisti, Ruth Sweet, Dorothy Coulombe, Minerva Bartelt, Virginia Dillon, Lois Peterson, Marie Rabe, Monica Hickey. First row: Wallace Ziegler, Donald Starin, Dick Prideaux, Mervin Christensen, Pierce Tyrell, Harold Breen, Warren Carbary, Edward Geister, Arnold Butler, Ralph Fritz. HONOR ROLL-SECOND SEMESTER Sixth row: Monica Hickey, Jean Fraser, Alice Nielsen, Mary Head, Margaret Shamberger, Margm-ne Foltz, Lucille Casey, Carol Healey, Dorothy Nutting, Dorothy Begalka, Lillian Sill, Ruth Bouril, Lavon Guptail, Doris Hendricks. Fifth row: Doris Miller, Marion Wells, Virginia Pruden, Florence Sisti, Donna Lange, Virginia Shales, Joan McBride, Lorene Themer, Joan Gibson, Frances Mason, Barbara Johnson. Shirley Georges, Lois Kadow, LaVaughn Wagner, Frances Vasquez. Fourth row: Margaret VanHorn, Nellie Turner, Coral Stanford, Mervin Christensen, Ralph Fritz, Arnold Butler, Robert Peterson, Fred Wascher, Arland Randall, John Gross, Kenneth Guge, Richard Prideaux, Marguerite Franzen, Margaret Hallock, Noreen Wright. Third row: Dorothy Jack Howard, Phyllis Millen, Catherine Hersch, LeRoy Bull, Ernest Sholes, Merrill McLaughlin, Otis Anderson, Ralph Rowe. Clyde Cooper, John Mc-Lean, Annette Nelson, Helen Bosnyak, Dorothy Mae Easton, Verdelle Brockner, Hazel Damisch. Second row: Kathryn Dierking, Marjorie Thrun, Jane Gruno, Lola l'errine, Lois Bauman, Minerva Bartelt, Bonnie Mcliride, Carolyn Starrett, Marjorie Atchison, Margaret Redeker, Agatha Pleasant, Dorothy Coulombe, Ruth Sweet. First row: Donald Starin, Warren Carbary, Clifford Lohs, Robert Meadows, John Ma'Enerney, Robert Zigler, Edward Geister, Harold Breen. James Sensor, Pierce 'I'yrell, Richard Juby. l32l HONOR STUDENTS ENTERTAINED The honor students were entertained by Mr. Miller and the faculty on the evening of November 7. Rev Clyde Forney was the speaker. Music was provided by the string quartette. After the program in room 207, dancing and refreshments were enjoyed in the gym. ANNUAL HONOR ROLL 9B-Second Semester-Every Month 10A-Every month of First Semester Brockner, Verdelle Johnson, Barbara Nutting, Dorothy Shamberger, Margaret One month KSBD Ackemann, Robert Graupner, David Hallock, Margaret McBride, Joan Shales, Virginia Sholes. Ernest 9B and 9A--Every Month of Year Bartelt. Minerva Butler, Arnold Breen. Harold Carbary. Warren Fritz, Ralph Sensor, James Wells, Marion Every month but one Bull, LeRoy Guptail, Lavon Pleasant, Agatha Sisti. Florence Every month but two Juby, Richard Lange, Donna McBride, Bonnie McEnerneY. John Pruden, Virginia Starin, Donald Sweet. Ruth Vanliorn, Margaret Two months Bauman, Lois Coulombe, Dorothy Franzen, Marguerite Geister, Edward Ostdick, Jeanette Rabe, Marie Ziegler, Wallace Zigler, Robert One month Christiansen. Mervin Dierking, Kathryn Head, Mary Jane Lamp, Hilda Tyrell, Pierce Underhill, Louise 3 McDonough, Dave Smith, Lorita One- month of first semester Knowles, Virginia Solyom, Irene 10B and 10A-Every Month of Year Bosnyak, Helen Howard, Dorothy Jack Meadows. Robert Millen, Phyllis Wascher, Fred Every month hut one Lohs, Clifford Miller. Doris Nielsen. Alice Every month in 2nd semester Fraser, Jean Knot here lst Every month but two Bouril. Ruth Dillon, Virginia Kadow, Lois Nelson, Annette Sill, Lillian Two months Damisch, Hazel One month Hickey. Monica Johnson. James Peterson, Lois Wagner, LaVaughn 9A and 10B-Every Begalka, Dorothy Foltz, Margene Gruno, Jane Perrine. Lola Stanford, Coral Thrun, Marjory Every month but one Hendricks, Doris Prideaux. Richard Two months McLaughlin, Merrill One month Turner, Nellie sem.l Month HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Miss H1-:LENE FEDOU, MRS. LAILA w. FULLER, sponsors Top row: Delores Lange, Anna Sebek, Marion Bonin. Betty Ziegler, Virginia Shales, Jane Middlesteadt, Charlotte Hartman, Irene Scheele, Frances Kienle, Dorothy Coulombe, Lavon Guptail, Beverly Wright, Evelyn Hellmuth, Betty Anderson, Delores Smiley. Fifth row: Elaine Burnidge, Marie Hugh, Grace Durgin, Frances Jernberg, Myldred Prell, Donna Lange, Marie Rabe, Kathryn Dierking, Hazel Damisch, Virginia Witt, Eleanor Krabbe, Vera Engelking, Marcella Lehman, Eileen Davenport, Adeline Sperry, Lois Bauman. Fourth row: Maythel Parsons, Dorothy Stanek, Alice Bennett, Ruth Liepitz, Jeanette Ostdick, Lillian Sill, Mrs. Fuller, Miss Fedou, Ruth Hoagland, Cecelia Rausch, Monica Hickey, Betty Lorang, Verdelle Brockner, Elly Schmokel, Frances Hedberg. Third row: Kathryn Mulroney, Frances Burg, Hilda Lamp, Vernette Anderson, Lois Arians, Leota Roehl, Eleanor Tyler, Ruth Bohlin, Lucille Vollman, Treasa Koch, Lois Peterson, Helen Weidner, Veronica Engelking, LaVaughn Wagner, Jeanette Dunning, Marilin Westphal. Second row: Louise Block, Virginia Kline, Mildred Hempstead, Mary Margaret Lutz, Dorothy Rittis, Vivian Lind, Jean Musekamp, H:-izil Lind, Marcella Koss, Doris Hendricks. Dorothy liegalka, Elizabeth Kruger, Phyllis Holmes, Eileen Lohse. First row: Esther Whitehead, Irene Kruse, Loretta Sorce, June Ramm, Ruth Wilson, Alice Hansen, Mary Lueck, Helen Parrott, Agatha Pleasant. Marjorie Frayser, Grace Hopp, Florence Sisti. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB MRs. LAILA W. FULLER, Miss HELENE FEDOU, sponsors lhis ululw is cmnposcd of sixty girls who :irc intcrcstscl in the Home liconomics department of our school luis for this kllll' wcrc: President.. . .. ,... .. A .,.. .Jean Musekamp Vice President. .. ........,.,, Vivian Lind Secretary.. ,...... .. .... ..... H azel Lind Treasurer ....... ................. , .............................. Virginia Dillon COMMERCIAL CLUB Fourth row: Robert Graham, Russell Wickland, Franklin Rowe, Raymond Schrauf, Richard Fink, Emerson Mason, Doc Miller, Melvin Schultz, William Mogler, Carl Bohne, Raymond Connery, Richard Lay, Clarence Smith, Kenneth Fevrier, Marvin Hogrewe, William Feldman, Mathew Scarlata, Emil Nelson, Robert Thelander, Joe Fink, Albert Wenzel. Third row: Evelyn Hellmuth, Alma Lang, Frances Jernberg, Helen Holtz, Lois Arian-s, Vernette Anderson, Agatha Pleasant, Ruth Wilson, June Ramm, Delores Smiley, Kathryn Mulroney, Jeanette Ostdick, Helen Bosnyak, Frances Hedberg, Monica Hickey, Hilda Lamp, Alice Nielsen, Marcella Lehman, Frances Heintz. Second row: Eileen Davenport, Doris Hendricks, Dorothy Begalka, Esther Massa, Veronica Engelking, Lois Kadow. Vera Engelking, Margaret Krueger, Dorothy Coulombe, Frances Kienle, Pearl Steve, Marjorie Thrun, Margene Foltz, Ruth Bohlin, Eleanor Tyler, Rosemary Lehman, Virginia Dillon, Vivian Lind, Hazel Lind, Virginia Knowles, Virginia Kline. First row: Marie Rabe, Loretta Sorce, Jane Gruno, Catherine Stoddard, Margaret Fehd, Norelda Wallmuth, Ruth Fay, Gertrude Fink, Lou Edythe Tazewell, Eileen Lohse, Jean Musekamp, Leota Roehl, Lois Peterson, Margaret Freeman, Mildred Hempstead, Irene Scheele. l34l GIRL RESERVES Miss Dorothy Baumrllck ,,,,.. ,. , , , , Adviser Miss Mildred Yates ,,,,,,, H , , H W , H ,,Y,,, ..,,,.Adviser Miss Marion Phillips. ....,. ,, ,, ,,,,,,, Girl Reserve Secretary Top row: Jean Musekamp, Margaret Freeman, Mildred Broitzman, Elaine Hoke, Aletta Muntz, Annette Nelson, Lois Bauman, Betty Brown. Fourth row: Margaret Feddre, Catherine Hersch, Joan Gibson, Alice Huber, Wilcke Lou Hicks, Colette Beal, Mary Logan, Hazel Damisch, Ruth Kible. Third row: Rosemary Murphy, Mary Head, Marion Wells, Phyllis Millen, Elaine Burnidge, Evelyn Ramm, Juno Ramm, Doris Miller, Ruth Wilson. Second row: Velma Hughes, Helen Bosnyak, Elizabeth Kruger. Lou Edythe Tazewell, Doris Wright, Frances Burg, Frances Hedberg, Miss Phillips, Miss Baumruck, Miss Yates. First row: Noreen Wright, Marjorie Smith, Delores Smily, Ruth Bohlin, Eleanor Tyler, Phyllis Holmes, Marion Spurling, Connie Robinson. K . A 'Jlw-VJ .Y ff K 3 HI-Y MR. ROBERT T. WINN, Sponsor Fourth row: Raymond Schrauf, Edwin Wascher, LeRoy Bull, Robert Meadows, John Thompson, Richard Juby, Corgan Brown, Harold Ackemann, John McEnerney. Third row: Wallave Ziegler, Brad Chase, James Johnson, Lowell Brandt, Fred Wascher, Clifford Lohs, Emerson Mason, Douglas Roberts, Carleton Skinner. Second row: Wallace Straub, Warren Carbary, Edward Geister, George Parsons, Robert T. Winn, Clarence Vanek, Arnold Butler, Joe Koch, Robert Zigler. First row: Floyd Smithberg, Douglas Kimball, Dick Prideaux, Louis Althen, Fred Wolff, Donald Starin, Kenneth Cornelius, Vernon Nelson, Harold Lamp. Ili! A GIRL SCOUTS MISS MARGARET CROCKER, Leader Top row: Celia Mell, Vera Engelkingr, Veronica Engelking, Marie Hugh, Nancy Hazleton, Sylvia Vary, Margaret Redeker, Marjorie Atchison, Second row: Betty Anderson, Carol Healey, Margaret Sham- berizer, Norma Henning, Shirley Kelley, Lorene Themer, Joan McBride, Josephine Ridgley. Third row: Carolyn Starrett, Frances Nord, Verdelle Bruckner, Miss Margaret Crocker, Betty Affeld, Margaret Hallock, Dorothy Nuttiniz, Jean Henley, Ruth Ann Kelley. GIRL SCOUTS The Girl Scouts of Abbott School have had a very busy and enjoyable year. They fixed over toys for un- fortunate children at Christmas time. They also organized classes in First Aid and llome Nursing. They enjoyed several social activities which included an entertainment for the Girl Scouts of Elgin by the national president, Mrs. lidey, a hike to Trout Park and a very exciting time at a toboggan party. The officers for the year: Treasurer ........... ..................... D orothy Nutting Patrol Leaders... ....... Marie Hugh, Betty Aifeld, Marjorie Atchison Captain. .......,..........,....... . ..,................... Miss Margaret Crocker BOY SCOUTS MR. LEO MONTGOMERY, District Commissioner of Elgin Council of Boy Scouts Top row: Bill Smith, Kenneth Steffen, Donald Gergen, John Thompson, Ralph Day, Harry Jennejahn, Dick. Lange, Orlin Frautnick, Earl Adams. Third row: Bob Nitz, Ralph Rowe, Gordon Wolfe, George Hoffman, Mervin Christensen, Mr. Leo C. Montgomery, Merrill Forney, Ronald Voltz, Paul Rogers, George Groneman, John Mcliean, Billy Sechrist. Second row: Leslie Davenport, Dick Prideaux, Bob Smith, Robert Browne, Lee Gabby, Robert Becker, Bud Cooper, Norman Schmidt, Harold Lange, Bill Lange, Charles Knapp. First row: Bob Graham, Merrill McLaughlin, Arthur Krambeer, Frank Waterman, Norman Hopkins, Paige Burbank, LeRoy Elvin. l36l THE COMMERCIAL CLUB MISS EDNA LEWIS, Sponsor A new club, sponsored by Miss Lewis, was organized this year. The students of the Commercial Arithmetic and Bookkeeping classes found it very interesting and helpful. The organization met once a month on Thursday during home room periods. The officers for the first semester were: President .......A.......................................... Raymond Schrauf Vice President ............ ..i,... M ildred Hempstead Secretary-Treasurer ...,... ............ D oris Hendricks Reporter .,..................... ..........,......,. I rene Solyom Program Chairman ,,...,..... .....,...... L ou Edythe Tazewell Oificers for second semester were: President ............................ ..................... E merson Mason Vice President ......... .........,.,,.. H azel Lind Secretary-Treasurer... .............. Virginia Kline Reporter ....................... ............. D orothy Begalka. Program Chairman .......................... Lou Edythe Tazewell Talks given by prominent business men of Elgin were enioyed and proved very beneficial to the members. Skits were given by some of the members and were received with much enthusiasm. On April 3 an amusing but instructive play was given in the auditorium by some of the club. The scene was a business office with appropriate properties. The purpose of the play was to show how to apply for a position and also the correct conduct in an office. Vivian Lind acted as a stenographer for Emerson Mason, a gray-haired busi- ness man. Monica Hickey, an office girl, had to put up with the grumbling of Albert Wenzel, a lazy, care-free office boy. Iean Musekamp ably took the part of a Happer applicant who was sure she belonged in the office as a secretary. Doris Hendricks was the model secretary. Richard Lay and Raymond Schrauf showed two types of em- ployers while Carl Bohne impersonated a nervous business man. Alice Nielsen filled the roll of a business woman selling insurance. THE ART DEPARTMENT Miss Holland and her Art students have been kept busy throughout the year providing scenery for the stage, posters, party and banquet accessories, and annual plates. The members of the staff wish to express their appre- ciation to Mary Mink for our cover and to Margaret Hallock, Nancy Hazelton, Barbara Iohnson, Otis Anderson, Margaret Feddre and Dick McCornack for other plates used throughout the annual. GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves of Abbott School had a most enjoyable year under the direction and leadership of Miss Mildred Yates and Miss Dorothy Baumruck. The officers for the first semester were: President, Dorothy Larson, Vice President, Wilcke Lou Hicksg Secretary, Mary Logan, Treasurer, Phyllis Millen. The officers for the second semester were: President, Iean Musekampg Vice President, Wilcke Lou Hicksg Sec- retary, Evelyn Rammg Treasurer, Phyllis Millen. The social activities of the year included several pot luck suppers held at the Y. W. C. A., a Halloween party, and the making of Thanksgiving baskets. The Girl Reserves attended a dance on May ll at Camp Tu-Endi-Wie. The receiving of the Girl Reserve rings, a great honor, was bestowed upon Wilcke Lou Hicks and Evelyn Ramm. HI-Y The Abbott Iunior Hi-Y, under the sponsorship of Mr. Robert T. Winn, had a successful year. The officer: for the first semester were: President ............. ....... . Fred Wascher Secretary .............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J oe Koch Vice President ....... ......... G eorge Parsons Treasurer .............. ,....,, E dwin Wggcher The officers for the second semester were: President ............,........................................... Fred Wascher Secretary .............................,.,..,..,....,,.,,.,,,, Robert Meadowg Vice President ............................... ........... E merson Mason Treasurer ........................... ,.,,.,,.,,,..,..,... . ,,.,,,,, C lifford Lohg The social activities of the year included a theater party in February, a Hi-Y dance in March, and the Hi-Y and Tri-Y dance in May. The members of the Club were guests of the High School -Iunior Hi-Y at a Christmas party. The officers represented the club at the West Suburban Conference held at Downers Grove, March 17, 1935. ABBOTT CARNIVAL On May 7 the P. T. A. sponsored a carnival to help defray the expenses of the Blue and Gold. IN MEMORY OF Robert Range Ruth Meuser T371 Smile Mr. Dueringer: "Do you want a large or a small picture?" Student: "A small one." Mr. Dueringer: "Then please close your mouth." Smile Math. Teacher: "You don't understand? W'ell, just watch the blackboard, and I'll go through it." Smile Teacher: "What do you understand by the word deficit, Johnny?" Johnny: "It's what you've got when you haven't got as much as you had when you had nuthin'." Smile Many a father who worked his way through college is now working his son's way through. Smile Never break your bread or roll in your soup. Smile Nowadays the only red men who bite the dust are those who eat spinach. Smile Teacher: "Use the word commercial in a sentence." Student: "When I call my dog she'1l either commercial stay, according to how she feels." Smile Jack: "What is the noblest king of dog ?" Jill: "I give up." Jack: "The hot dog. It not only doesn't bite the hand that feeds it: it feeds the hand that bites it." Smile John had given the information on his test paper in geography that a furlough was a donkey. The teacher was interested in knowing why John gave this information, hence this conversation: Teacher: "John, where did you find the information that a furlough was a donkey ?" John: "In my geography." Teacher: "Please bring the geography to me." John did so, and a picture was shown of a soldier sitting on a donkey. The caption under the picture read: "OH on a Furloughf' Smile Bill: "Who won the race to the fence, you or the bull?" Pete: "lt was a toss-up." Chatter Smile Feminine Patient: "Doctor, why does a small cavity feel so large to the tongue?" Dentist: "Just the natural tendency of your tongue to exaggerate, I suppose." Smile "And if I take the job I'm to get a five hundred dollar raise every year?" "Yes, provided, of course, that your work is satisfactory." "Ah! I thought there was a catch in it somewhere." Smile First Student: "I wish I could be like the river l" Second Student: "Like the river? In what way ?" First Student: "Stay in bed, and yet fol- low my course!" Smile Teacher: "By what is Australia bounded, Fred?" Fred: "Kangaroos" Smile Football player lto his motherbz "Gosh, this spaghetti reminds me of football." Mother: "Why ?" Son: "Always ten more yards to go." Smile Serious Escort: "I'm sure we all have our own hopes and aims in life, Miss Brown. What is the height of your ambition ?" Miss Brown: "About six feet, good-look- ing and lots of money!" Smile Customer: "Have I the pleasant expres- sion you require?" Photographer: "Perfectly, sir." Customer: "Then shoot quick: it hurts mv face." Smile Science has invented an earthquake an- nouncer that goes off like an alarm clock. Now if science would invent an alarm clock that goes off like an earthquake more boys vfould get to school on time. Smile Ho: "So you graduated from the barber's college? What was your college yell?" Bo: "Cut his lip, Rip his jaw, Leave his face, Raw! raw! raw!" Smile "Which would you rather have been- Mary Queen of Scots or Joan of Arc ?" "You have the floor: relieve my anxiety." "Joan of Arc, because she got a hot steak while Mary only got a cold chop." Smile Mr. Justwed: "What did you do to this meat? It has such a peculiar taste." Mrs. Justwed: "Oh, nothing. It did get a little burnt, but I fixed that-I applied Un- gentine right away." Smile The absent-minded professor drove up to his garage door. looked inside, and blinked. Then he leaped back into his car and drove like fury to the police station. Smile Mother: "James, why are you late?" James: "Teacher kept me." Mother: "Why?" James: "In class she asked me how many teeth a person has, and I said, 'A mouthfulf " Smile Freshman: "I don't know." Sophomore: "I am not prepared." Junior: "I do not remember." Senior: "I don't believe I can add any- thing to what has already been said." The Most Beautiful Words in Any Language Why Teachers Need Vacations "Class dismissed." "I'll excuse you this time." .. "There is no assignment for tomorrow." H "Touchdownl" "Your grade is 100." "Boys, may I introduce you to Claudette Colbert?" "The depression is over." "Do we have to write this with pencil or ink?" "Can't I stay tomorrow instead of tonight?" What's the date today?" When do we have to hand this in?" May I borrow a ruler?" "O, I forgot to bring my excuse." "I wrote my theme, but I left it home." ll 1. Do you take any off for spelling?" "There will be no school next week." HMM, I take that test over again 7" "No one claimed this S10 you found." "Do I have to make up the work I missed?" l33l 39 Sept. Sept Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oc t. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov Nov Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Ian. lan. Ian. Ian. Ian. Ian. -Mr. H. G. 7-Mr. Miller 16- SCHOOL CALENDAR September -Mr. Miller gave a welcome address. 12-Mr. Saam reviewed two splendid books. -Iudge Daniels gave an address on Constitution Day. -Football pep meeting. Rah! Rah! Rah! 24-New Abbottarian staff urge pupils to buy the paper. Kindergarten Kids! October 3-Educational movies of Alaska and the World War were shown. 10-Abbott Band was presenting a musical program when-Clang!!!! A fire drill. More music. 17-Mr. Waggoner of the Elgin High School addressed us on chemistry. 22-Elliot Iames startled his audience by giving several liquid aid demonstrations. 24-Reverend Crawford Brown spoke on future ideals. 31-The Abbott Orchestra gave a concert assisted by Miss Marjory Wigton, harpist. November Lawrance spoke on "Greater Elgin." and the faculty entertained the honor students. Rev. Clyde Forney was the speaker. 21-Miss Black 28-Kenneth Foster spoke on China and had an inter- told us of her travels in Mexico. esting display of Chinese clothing. December 5-Miss Black completed her talk on her trip to Mexico. ll-Two school plays were given. 12-Reverend Iordan showed us many colored slides of Mexico and also an interesting talk was given. 19-Miss Frances Sellers entertained us with whistling and bird imitations. 21-Merry Christmas!! january 9-Reverend Wm. Rest talked on "The Way to True Greatness." I0-Heaney, the magician had many clever new tricks. A debate was given by our own students on "Re- solved: That the President's powers should be increased as a settled policy." 21-26-Exams! Exams! Exams! 28-Welcome, new students! 30-Mr. Miller gave a fine address. 1934-35 U01 Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. April April April April April April April May May May Iune 22 27 February 8-Zellner, a protean characterist, gave a very interesting program. 12-A vaca tion-Wheel 13-Boy Scout Week. Scouts from the High School troops gave an interesting and educational program. 20-Mr. Cartwright of the Elgin High School said "Your character plus your determination plus your atti- tude toward everyone and everything plus your leadership and poise in life is your pathway to success." -Another national holiday. 25-Eidie, a native of Norway, gave one of the most educational and interesting programs so far. -Reverend Rainey Bennett said, "How about the hen for our national emblem?" March 6-Dr. Harwood showed us some animals that he ob- tained from Africa and with his numerous thrilling tales certainly held our attention. 8-Many boys of Abbott were honored by receiving letters for basketball, tumbling, and football. 13-Dr. Armin G. Weng spoke on "Lincoln's Religion." 15-The Case of Elmer Imbecile!! The Blue and Gold staff advertised our annual. 20-Reverend Clyde Forney was our auditorium speaker. 27-The Abbott Girls' Glee Club and numbers by groups 1 3 of the band and orchestra offered a delightful program. April -Most of us enjoyed the Indian program presented by the Abbott Band. Whoopee!! -The Commercial Club gave a splendid skit, "Office Hours." 3-Miss McLean from the Public Library spoke on "The Founders of Elgin." . 10-The Band played several contest numbers. 17-Home Rooms planned shows for the Carnival. 24-The Abbott Orchestra played several of their contest 26 1-Mr. Beckner took 6-The annual went 7-The carnival was -The carnival was numbers. postponed. May us to some other worlds. to press. given. Iune 7-See you in September. Cbywfk-' U! x. LOQWJWQLWQM Ag jjjww ffiwf, ffffviwffflg - f ' ""4' 25535112 fgmwfl EEAIIURFMZJMVEK ,Q iikileii' W A-.'3X3ik.?.diEiE u s 55 .f 1 '5 4 F Q 23 is E5 if .Q 'fl R' 3 5 '13 5 'E S E E is ,. 3 5 5 S 22 2 E 53 3 1 v , . ' xQX' S'9L'Z "


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