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

 - Class of 1935

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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.

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