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

 - Class of 1935

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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

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