Abbott Junior High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Elgin, IL)
- Class of 1952
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Time, the essence of life! Time to live, to
hope, to pray, to grow. Time to make a pioneer
cabin school into asystem of twenty-one schools.
Our years have reached a hundred, our pupils
number six thousand, and our teachers three hun-
dred. These years have been a time of progress
since Harriet Gifford taught the three R's to
pioneer children in her brother's log cabin. Time
and change cannot be divorced. They have
wrought their handiwork in the Elgin public
schools. Youth, Fired with hope and desire,
hasn't basically changed since l85l. Through
one hundred years Elgin schools have tried to
meet the needs of youth as they were buffeted
by the ebb and flow of the world's ever-changing
tides. Communism and democracy face each
other at the crossroads. What choice will our
youth make?What questions will they ask? Does
education have the answer? Our schools today,
as in the past, endeavor to meet these needs of
youth, for as youth moves, so shall the progress
of the world.
ADMINISTRATION ANII FACULTY
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No. Illinois State Teachers College.
Health, Physical Education, Coach.
Western State Teachers College, Co-
lumbia. Social Science.
Illinois State Normal University. En-
Iowa State College. Foods, Cafeteria.
University of Illinois. Latin, English.
Cornell College, University of Iowa.
No. Illinois State Teachers College.
University of Illinois. Mathematics,
Missouri State Teachers College, Pea-
body College. Clothing.
Illinois State Normal University. Girls
Illinois Wesleyan. Vocal Music, En-
University of Michigan. Ckchestra.
No. Illinois State Teachers College.
Illinois State Normal University. Social
University of Wisconsin. Art. Coach.
No. Illinois State Teachers College.
Central College, Missouri. Mathemat-
Ohio Wesleyan, Northwestern. Mathe-
No. Illinois State Teachers College.
Social Science, English.
University of Illinois. Industrial Arts.
University of Wisconsin. Social Science,
BERYL VAN ARSDALE
No. Illinois State Teachers College.
Central State Teachers College, Stout
Stout Institute, Indiana State. Industrial
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Robert Pawlak, Dorothy Peterson, Keith Rabe, Nila Rebenstorf, John Ross, Judy Rydell, Wm. Schubbe, Gary Shales,
Sally Shales, Wayne Spicer, John Stanford, Sandra Swain, Margie Todd, Richard Weiss.
Jim Anderson, Sharon Anderson, Glenda Baker, Jerry Boundy, Jack Brown, Sandra Chapple, Gloria Esmay. Janet
Fritz, Gerald Gilbert, Tom Grant, Betty Grissom, Karen Gross, Neil Hart, Glen Huber, Jon l-lumbracht, Jerry
l-ludgens, Barbara Jensen, Barbara Kerlin, Beverly Price, Robert Ralston, Harold Row, Bill Scarritt, Karen Schaede,
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Greg Koon, Bob Leatherby, Loretta Marvin, Nancy Mogler, Merlin Mullinox, Jim Payne, Sharon Peters, Phil
Rooker, Sandra Schramm, Bob Smith, Lee Swanson, Judy Voreis, Martha West, Marilyn Wiesc, Artis Woolcort.
HOME ROOM 209
Richard Anderson, Ronald Baker, Kay Bremer, Charles Brinkley, Jack Cirrincione, Robert Dowcll, Ron Ermel,
Paul Hartman, Connie Hein, Betty Hopp, Darrell Hunter, Louise Jarka, Joyce Johnson, Karen Kruse, Karl Kueh-
ner, Ruth Martin, Mary D. Matchett, Geraldine Perry, Lecil Ray, James Reynolds, Judy Schott, Marvin Schultz,
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Peters, Jerry Peterson, Richard Reuter, Paula Rosene, Pat Salisbury, Jean Schneider, Ray Schwartz, Nancy Soder-
berg, Peggy Stephens, Marilyn Tollcy, Clifford Ward, John Worth, Joan Yohnke, Nancy Zickuhr.
HOME ROOM 206
Dcan Anderson, John Adams, Kenneth Brown,Edward Burke, George Chislett, Sam Corapi, Cherie Cuthbert, Lee
Fischer, Ruth Goff, Jerry llulkc, Carol Jurgons, Dorothy Mauck, Bill Pearson, Bruce Phelps, Pat Rockwell, Ioleta
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Guge, Diane Hagemann, Denton Karle, Nancy Koch, George Koth, Nancy Lange, Leonard Leetzow, Carol Mink,
Roberta Murphy, Gwen Olwin, Ben Rocha, Bob Saack, Bill Sandberg, Andy Schaus, Chuck Schroder, Ray Slau-
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Ilopp, Jane Hurd, Robert Lange, Carol Lorenz, Jimmy Morton, Joann Niemann, Judy Robbins, Betty Schubbe,
Charlotte Schubbe, Audrey Spellmeyer, Dick Struve, Ronald Swain, Joy Waidler, Barbara Whipple, Gene Win-
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Richard Ahrens, Norma Baker, Judy Barringer, Charles Burnidge, Merrill Cork, Sandra Culverson, Joyce DeWolf,
Donald Dorwaldt, Jacqueline Erskine, Keith Follman, Gail Frank, Dale Furness, Alicia Harkins, Judy Jenkins,
Ronald Lamz, Ver Jean Meyer, Jean Moreschi, Wilma Moser, Lola Parr, Ronald Peters, Roy Rasmussen, Dale
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LaVonneNitz, Carolyn Olwin, Barbara Parry, Pat Purdy, Roberta Rahn, Roger Ritter, Bennett Royer, Sandra Schult,
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Betty Lou Anderson, James Ashley, Catherine Bradley, Joanne Braun, Jerry Cirrincione, Robert Durrenberger, John
Emrich, Charmayne Engstrom, Dennis Feucht, Merilyn Foltz, Everett Frey, John Gebelt, Barbara Hoppe, Sue Ellen
Jones, Nancy Kadow, Sue Kraebber, Dick Partridge, Perry Pope, Barbara Range, Joan Richards, Shirley Schuld,
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Gloria Aguiniga, Nancy Batchelor, Barbara Dierking, Ronald Fritz, Jacqueline Greenawalt, Gail Gomersall, Frank
Henkemeyer, Carole Hoppe, Robert Humbracht, Don Dramer, Duane Landers, Arthur Ludwig,Ronald Moelk, Judy
Neuschwanger, Gilbert Nore, Alvin Orr, Charlotte Preiss, Bernice Raddatz, James Renwick, Jacqueline Rockwell,
David Sinnett, Hazel Symonds, Mary Tait, Roger Topple, Jacqueline Udesen, Phyllis VanBuren, Eugene Wool-
cotr, James Zimmerman.
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Sonja Aguiniga, Pat Bell, Charles Brandt, David Carey, Joanne Carter, Donna Clarrissimeaux, Robert Coquillette,
Jerry Frost, Sandra l-lankins, Bette Hempt, James Humphrey, Alan Johnson, Joanne Jurs, Joanne Kellerman, Ron-
ald Koehn, Craig Kowalski, Ruth Lloyd, Bob Marquis, Joan Mosley, Jacqueline Nichols, Alice O'Connell, Benny
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FIRST ROW: Bill Powers, Wilma Moser, Charlyn Elliott, Pat Salisbury, Donna Thompson, Pat Carey, Pat Rock-
well, Germaine Treadwell, Janet Knappen, Dorothy Stone, Ron Baker, Fred Weaver, Joe Giambelluca, Gary
Nohl. SECOND ROW: Lyle I-Ierschlag, Eary Isibue, Joyce Weisner, Sandra Schramm, Sharon Anderson, Char Yar-
wood, Carol Aurand, Carol Schult, Jim Anderson, Dick Connor, Bill Gruer, Jim Humphrey, Shirley Darnell, Donna
Reeves. THIRD ROW: Bill Gieske, Mike Lyon, Cliff Ward, Lee Sparks, Don Hansen, Greg Koon, Bill Johnston,
Sheila Keegan, Eileen Graff, Judy Graff, Sandra Chapple, Glenda Baker, Gail Andrews, David Carey, Bill Par-
laska, Frank Henkemeyer.
FIRST ROW: Sharon Hinch, Pat Kaptain, Bev Way, Marianne Fritz, Judy Fabrick, Sandra Burbank, Alan Templin,
Judy Greenawalt, Tom Hickey, Lynn Aaron, Jean Deuterman, Karen Schaede, Cherie Cuthbert, Marilyn Jones,
Charlene Smith. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Radloff, Jackie Rockwell, Gail Gomersall, Sharon Ferris, Alice Carlson, Barb
Kranwinkle, Bruce O'Connell, Nan Watson, Joyce Baseman, Carol Lemon, Janice Turner, Diane Whipple, Judy
Bedwell, Carol Jurgens, George Chislett. THIRD ROW: Phil Rooker, Roger Burnidge, David Jonson, Carol Kurth,
Rita Barron, Barbara Jensen, Geraldine Perry, Nancy Connell, Nila Rebenstorf, Geraldine Som, Jackie Greena-
walt, Jane Greenawalt, Jerry Boundy, Tom Grant, Harold Row, Dick Ciaccio.
FIRST ROW: Charmayne Engstrom, Nancy Vollman, Judy Jenkins, Diane Whipple, Judy Bedwell, Bob Edwards,
Herb Windau, Nancy Grant, Nancy Garrison, Darlene Rohrssen, Andy Schlaetli, John Emrich. SECOND ROW: Tom
Wright, Larry Mades, Sandra Schult, Mary Anne Tait, Ardis Stuart, Martha Cirrincione, Jeanette Neitzke, Phyllis
Genz, Arlene Holmquist, Phyllis Van Buren, Harold Christiansen, Gary Fairchild. THIRD ROW: Art Ludwig, Bill
Hayward, Bernard Thiel, Bill Anderson, Ron Versluys, Joe Tait, Peter Hartman, Donna Lagerstrom, Peggy Em-
rich, Lee Swanson, Alan Fishman, Cecil Holtz.
Mrs. Marge Radloff sponsors the Speech Club which numbers one hundred twenty'
students. The club activities for the year have been many and varied. The annual
initiation party was held in the fall at which a circus theme was featured. At
Thanksgiving, the club presented an assembly program of one-act plays and at
Christmas took an important part in the Cantata. The January-Jig, all school dance,
was a club activity in January while the annual Fun-Frolics were held in February.
The One-Act plays and the Chicago trip were big events of the spring season. The
club also presented radio programs and performances for the public.
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The Blue and Gold staff has attemped to bind to-
getherin this book the pleasant memories of the school
year-memories to treasure in years to come. Members
of the staff are Darlene Rohrssen, Nancy Garrison,
JimAnderson, PhyllisGenz, Judy Junge, Bill Hopkins,
Sharon Hinch, Bruce O'Connell, Barb Kranwinkle,
Bob Weiss, Bill Anderson, Beverly Way. Mrs. Hoke
is the sponsor. The Aikin studio and Mr. Mades took
the pictures, and Mrs. Van Arsdale was the art adviser.
The "Scoop" staff, sponsored by Miss Dunn, meets
each Wednesday noon to prepared the paper for monthly
publication. Activities during the year included the
Christmas dance, a trip through a business firm fol-
lowed by o luncheon where letters were awarded to
ninth grade members, a Valentine party, anda theater
party. Barb Kranwinkle was the editor, Lyle Herschlag
was feature editor, and sports editor was Bill Streit.
Wendy Withers, a member of the staff, was ill when
the picture was taken.
HOME RO0M REPRE E TATIVE
The nineteen stud ents who represent the
homerooms at Abbott help infinancing and
sales of the yearbook, supervise the annual
magazine drive, and sponsor other projects
Cl'-Jfifig the year. One such proiect this year
was the clothing for Europe drive.
Meetings of the group are held
homeroom periods and noon hours
blems which relate to the welfare of
school are common topics of di
Mr. Mades is the adviser.
SEATED: Nancy Garrison, Nancy Connell,
Leonard Leetzow, Jacqueline Rockwell,
Tom Grant, Ioan Richards, Pat Salisbury,
Nan Watson, Roger Burnidge , Charles
Burnidge, Sandra Hankins, Mr. Mades, ad-
viser. STANDING: Gary Fairchild, Larry
Christiansen, Frank Van Buren, Don Han-
son, Jack Sunderlage, Sam Corapi, Gene
Walz and Gordon Banwart, also repre-
sentatives, were absent when picture was
FIRST ROW: D. Whipple, C. Knee, A Wiese, D. Sanders, N. Grant, S. Shales, C. Hein, D. Stone, P. Rockwell, B.
Parren, G. Baker, S. Fee, L. Hahn. M. Tolley, L. Zimmerman, L. Aguiniga. SECOND ROW: A. Stewart, G. Perry, P.
Rosene, C. Yarwood, G. Ziegler, I. Yahnke. J. Turner, N. Schultz, J. Baseman, G. Sorn, G. Andrews, C. Schult, A.
Woolcott, C. Kurth, L. Fisher, I. Jenny, S. Swain. I. Iahncke, S. Chapple. THIRD ROW: C. Wallace, P. Woolcott, N
Miller, S. Hinch. I. Graff, I. lunge, M. Cirrincione, I. Nietzke, K. Devereaux, M. Matchett, K, Guge, N. Reben-
storf. I. Rydell, C. Wilcox, P. Stevens, P. Miller, P. Stewart, N. Soderberg.
The Girls Chorus numbers over one hundred members. The group meets by sections twice each week. The year's
activities included participation in the Thanksgiving assembly, radio performances, P. T. A. programs, and the spring
music festival. Membership is open to all eighth and ninth grade girls who enjoy singing. Miss Ellagene Morgan is the
FIRST ROW: S. Anderson. I. Greenawalt. I. Knappen, I. Arnold, P. Barger, K. Schaede, L. Covey, D. Rohrssen, P
Carey, L. Burnidge, N. Kagel, V. Ball, B. Liessman, K. Woolcott, M. I. Holtz, D. Jones. SECOND ROW: M.West, B.
Kerlin, N. Koch, R. Goff, G. Esmay, S. Darnell, M. Van Den Bosch, R. Martin, C. Iurgens, B. Jensen, V. Heileman
N. Lange, M. Downs, L. Jarka, B. Ritter, L. Marvin, I. Sabin, C. Flory. THIRD ROW: D. Hagemann, B. Kranwinkle
I. Watzlawick. I. Kellerman, R. Durrenberger, E. Graff, N. Connell. J. Voreis, S. Keegan, P. Genz. I. Tyson, N.
Mogler, B. Price, B. Hopp, S. Schramm, R. Anderson. I. Schorr.
FIRST ROW: M. Todd, P. Kaptain, N. Garrison, I. Ciaccio, B. Edwards, T. Hickey, D. Ciaccio, B. Hopkins, B.
Pawlak, L. Leetzow, J. Deuterman, D. Thompson, 1. Crawford, A. Carlson. SECOND ROW: I- Fabrick, N. Watson,
D. Hunter, I. Cirrincione, J. Seagren, J. Hutchins, L. Herschlag. B. Hayward, I. Klinger, E. Burke, T, Grant,
I. Bedwell, S. Burbank, Miss E. Morgan. THIRD ROW: M. Fritz, B. Way, D. Lagerstrom, G. Roe, M. Lyon, B.
Streit, B. O'Connell, R. Prouty, P. Hartman, P. Salisbury, S. Ferris, L. Knaak, A. Holmquist, I. Greenawalt,
The mixed choir, under the direction of Miss Ellagene Morgan, had forty-three members who met twice a week
during the school year. Auditions for membership are held each spring.
The choir appeared in the Christmas Cantata and gave several radio programs. At the request of the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, the choir sang Christmas Carols at Barnett's during the holidays. They also presented a program for
P.T.A. and sang in the spring assembly and spring music festival.
The Boys Chorus is an eighth and ninth grade male choir directed by Miss Ellagene Morgan. The chorus participated
in the Thanksgiving assembly, the spring assembly, and the spring festival. They have appeared this year before the
P. T. A. and have taken part in radio programs. Membership is open to all boys interest in vocal music.
FIRST Row: A, Fishman, B, Saack, J, Giambelluca, J. Anderson, I. Chislett, F. Weaver, S. Corapl, I. Reynolds,
D. Anderson, I. Koehring. SECOND ROW: D. Bentley, I. Peters, L. Schramm, I. Uteg, P. Rooker, L. Christensen,
B. Leatherby, B. Culverson, L. Swanson, H. Christianson, Miss E. Morgan. THIRD ROW: I. Peters, G. Gilbert, K.
Morton, L. Sparks, B. Johnson, D. Hanson, G. Fohrmann, D. Funk, A. Schaus, D. Williams.
THE BA ll
The Abbott band, directed by Mr. Robert Grubbe, had thirty-two members this
year. They participated in the Armistice day ceremonies, P.T.A. programs, spring
music festival, assemblies, and the solo and ensemble city-wide contest. The year's
activities included the annual picnic at the close of school.
President ............... Peggy Emrich
Vice President ............. Harold Row
Secretary-Treasurer ......... Doug Wallace
Point Secretaries . . . Tom Wright and John Emrich
Stage Manager .............. Tom Thies
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THE ORCIIE TII1-l
The Abbott orchestra has been under the direction of Miss Jean Morgan for the
fourth year and in that time has grown from fifteen to thirty-eight members. This
year the orchestra participated in the Christmas Cantata, Junior Red Cross program,
P.T.A. programs, assemblies, music Festi val, and the Northern Illinois Grade School
President . . . . . .
Vice President . . . .
. .Alice Carlson
. . Nan Watson
. . Sharon Ferris
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Under the leadership of Miss Jean Morgan and Miss Ellagene Morgan, the Musicians Club
sponsored many outstanding events this year. Each month aprogram was presented for the club
with talent chosen from the members. There were also exchange programs with Elgin High
School and other clubs of the city. The club is affiliated with the adultMusiciansClub ofElgin,
and all iunior members may attend the adult monthly meetings. The purpose of the club is to
Further and encourage musical interest. The group entertained Ellis and Larson Junior High
Schools at a Christmas dance. They presented a music assembly and sponsored a school dance
in March. The year's activities ended with a Chicago trip.
President .............. Bill Hopkins
Vice-President and Program Chairman .....
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Nancy Connell
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Mrs. Joyce Rozum, our school nurse,
points out the merits ofa well-balanced
diet to two Abbott students. Mrs. Rozum
advises on all matters of health and super-
vises a number of health check-ups
throughout the year.
Bob Weiss was in charge of our school
store which was open before and after
school, as well as noon hours, to sell
school supplies to Abbott students.
The lost and Found department was
operated this year by David Funk. Many
lost articles were recovered each day
through the facilities of this department.
The door monitorswho check passes of
students who came before school hours For
teacher conferences or rehearsals were
Ruth Martin and Bill Johnston. Seen "sign-
ing in" is Leonard Leetzow with Jerry
Hutchins and Pat Rockwell looking on.
The library assistants, under the super-
vision of Miss Nelson, our librarian, aided
in the distribution of books and materials
in our library. STANDING: Nancy Zick-
uhr, Martha West, Peg Emrich, Janice
Turner, Nancy Soderberg, Geraldine
Perry, Kathryn Devereaux, Eileen Graff,
Philip Rocker, Alan Templin, Lee Sparks,
Chuck Schroeder. SEATED:Judy Bedwell,
Nancy Garrison, Tim Hofflander.
Girls who assisted in the attendance
office during the year were: SEATED: Rita
Cox, Judy Junge, Martha Cirrincione,
STANDING: Pat Carey, Gail Andrews,
Artis Stewart, JoAnne Crawford, Sandra
Swain, Sally Krahn.
Officers of the Junior Red Cross, under
the sponsorship of Mrs. Ward, are pictured
packing gift boxes which were sent to
children of war-ravaged countries. Other
activities of the year included.sending of
cartoon books to verteran hospitals anda
program presented in the fall at the Old
President ..... . . Darlene Rohrsen
Vice-President . . . . . Bill Hopkins
Secretary . . . . . . Lois Westwood
Treasurer . . . . . Bernard Thiel
The hall monitors, under the direction
of Mr. Wright, helped supervise the halls,
study rooms, and recreation rooms during
the noon hour. STANDING: fleft to rightl
Marilyn Wiese, Joyce Johnson, Mr.
Wright, Donna Lagerstrom, Sheila Kee-
gan, Joyce Baseman, Carol DeWoIf,
Mr. Swiedarke points out the proper
way to rewind film to his interested pro-
jection club members . The club which met
every two weeks had twe nty-one members .
They learned to operate projection and
filmstrip machines and aided inclassroom
presentation of films.
President ....... . . Ken Hansen
Vice-President . . . . Andy Schaus
Secretary. . . . . Bill Winchester
Boys in clothing classes learned to sew
by machine and to model their handiwork
Qgay aprons, of coursei while Miss Kasten
Students who were lucky winners of
Elgin watches, pen and pencil sets, and
roller skatesin the drawing for high sales-
men in the magazine subscription drive
were: Joe Giambelluca, Bill Scarritt,
Mary J. Holtz, Sharon Tucker, Keith
Rockensock, Phyllis Van Buren, and Floyd
Some of the most pleasant associations
of school life are the informal. Seen in a
typical "huddle" arounda locker are these
boys discussing - teachers? football? -
Two faithful and well-known men
around our school are Mr. Ehlert and Mr.
Beyer. They spend many hourskeeping our
building the neat and attractive one that
it is, both inside and out.
Abbott Junior High is proud of its cheer-
leaders. Under their direction the student
body and Fans were led in cheering, pro-
moting good sportsmanship and enthusiastic
support at our games. There's one cheer-
leader you didn't see down in front at
games, but she was always behind the
scenes with her assistance and helpful
advice - Miss DeloresMcMillin, the spon-
sor. The ninth grade cheerleaders were
Marianne Fritz, Sandra Burbank, Pat Kap-
tain, Judy Greenwaldt, and Janice Turner.
Day in and day out during the school
year Mrs. Ballard and Mrs. Harris helped
prepare the delicious meals served in our
cafeteria . Hot meals were served to several
hundred students daily during the school
The eighth grade cheerleaders were
Ruth Martin, Carol Aurand, Pat Carey,
Jane Greenwaldt, Sandra Schramm, Pat
Barber, and Char Yarwood. They were on
hand atall the games and did an excellent
iob in cheering their teams to victory.
Scene from annual clothing department style show staged each spring under
the direction of Miss Lenore Kasten.
Many interesting assembly programs were enioyed by the student body this
Y Soon after school opened a "pep" assembly was held.
On October 8, the Magazine Drive assembly started the annual subscription
November 5, Captain Dry of the Merchant Marines gave an interesting
and informative talk.
The Speech and Vocal departments presented the Thanksgiving assembly
on November 20.
December marked the annual Christmas Cantata, carol singing, and the
one-act plays by the Speech department.
On January 15, the DeMotts, iugglers, presented an entertaining program.
Mr. Kiezle's film "Hunting Wild Game inAfrica" was shown January 29.
February 14 the band entertained at assembly.
Mr. Strickfaden spoke on "Earthbound Electronics" on March 7.
On March 27, the orchestra and Vocal Music departments entertained with
a program of music.
The Singing Marines were presented on April 8.
The annual style show by the Clothing department and May Music festival
by the music department closed the school year.
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Abbott ended the season with four wins and
two losses. One of the outstanding games was the
game lost to Ellis in the last seven seconds. This
spoiled Abbott's chances for a tie of the City
Championship. In the first quarter Gary Warren
ran for a touchdown making the score 6 to 0. The
score never changed until the last seven seconds
when we attempted to knock down a pass, but
before it hit the ground one of the opponents
caught it and ran five yards for the touchdown.
They then converted, and the game ended 7 to 6
ROW 1: Bill Hayward, Bill Gieske, Gary Thelander, Ron West-
moreland, Warren Kiel, Mike Lyons, Marvin Koehn, Bill Sie-
grist, Don Hanson. ROW 2: Jack Klingler, Dave Jonson, Eary
Isibue, Gary Smith, Gary Warren, Warren Rasmussen, Roger
Burnidge, Pete Hartman, Ron Schubbe. ROW 3: Lyle Herschlag,
Frank Van Buren, Ron Versluys, Walter Stxeit, Mr. Block, Joe
Tait, Bob Ahrens, Bruce O'Conne11, Ron Prouty, Jim Ciaccio,
The following week in a game with Larson the
score constantly changed as first one team then
the other scored. With 30 seconds left to play,
Larson led by 28 to 27. Then Smith snaggeda long
pass thrown by Gary Warren to make the score
33 to 28. Abbott converted to win the game by
34 to 28 .
Abbott's 1951 football season was successful
in many ways and can be classed with successful
seasons of the past. Statistics show this year's
team out-gained and out-played its opponents.
The scoring was evenly divided among the mem-
bers of the offensive team. Mr. Block did a fine
job in his first year as ninth grade coach.
Abbott I9 - St. Edwards 6
Abbott O - Ellis 6
Abbott 32 - Larson 6
Abbott I9 - St. Edwards 7
Abbott 6 - Ellis 7
Abbott 34 - Larson Q
ROW 1: Bruce Phelps, Doug Wallace, Harold Row, John Ross,
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Jerry Hudgens, Dick Ciaccio, Jerry Hulke, Dick Weiss.
2: Bill Scarritt, Jim Payne, Tom Grant. Gerald Gilbert, Greg
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Fohrman, C11ffWard. Glenn Huber, Joe ia
hr der ROW 3' Tom Hickey ftvianagerj, Jerry Marshall,
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Charles Brinkley, Carl Kuehner, Doug Williams, Ken Brown,
ack Cirrincione Keith Morton, Lee Sparks, Jerry Seagren,
Dave white. Ross Hulmes. Coach.
The eighth grade finished a very successful
season under the coaching of Mr. Hulmes.
After losing their First game they came back
to beat Ellis with a score of I9 to 0. Abbott
' 9 7.
also won from Ellis in a later game l to
The last game of the season was a tie game
with Larson witha O to O score . Final standings
Larson won 3 tied l
Abbott won 2 tied l lost I
Ellis won 0 lost 4
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ROW xx Bobby Buehler, Ron Voltz, George McNabney, Ron
Swain, Sam Corapi, Ben Rocha, Eugene Woolcott, ROW 2:
Dick Partridge, Harry Schubbe, Everett Frey, Dave Sinnett,
Craig Kowalski, Keithfollman, IackSunder1age, Gary Shales,
Bob Marquis. ROW 3: Coach Hotsenpiller, Ben Redman, Keith
Carlson, Jim Morton, Dick Ahrens, Roy Rasmussen, Ray Holm-
quist, Ron Fritz, Roger Karsten, Arden Barckley, Bob Hum-
bracht, Ben Royer.
"Learning the fundamentals"
The seventh grade ,football team was coached by Mr. Hotsenpiller. They
ended their season short on score but gained much in experienee. The second
game was lost to Ellis by a very close score of 7 to 6, while the game
was lost to the same team 7-0. The last game was played with ,Larson with
Abbott losing 6-OQ T R To Q ' ll
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Otonneu Cha wa I. R1taBarron, Annabelle M Y onnell, Diane Whgpme Rn Cort, Gerry Sorn. ROW 3,
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GIRL ' ATHLETIC
G .A.A., under the direction of Miss Delores McMilIin, is open to all Abbott girls.
Meetings are held on Tuesday and Thursday after school. All members work on a point
system. To be eligible for a G .A.A. award three hundred points must be earned by the
end of the ninth grade year. Points may be earned both in school and out of school.
The group meets once each month to plan social events. This year the girls enjoyed a
picnic in September, an after-school party in October, and in November sponsored the
"Touchdown Trot", all school dance. They enjoyed a Christmas party in December, a pot-
luck dinner in February, and a spring picnic.
Field hockey and soccer are popular sports in the fall while volley ball and basketball
are the winter sports. In the spring, activities center around badminton and tennis on the
outdoor courts. Other interesting activities of the year included square and folk dancing,
tumbling, and hiking .
p am. ranw1nk1e, Lynn Aaron.
SEATED: Gary Thelander, Mike Lyon, Carl
Mauck, Jim Johnson, Frank Van Buren, Roger
Burnidge, Eary Isibue. ROW STANDING: Brad
Wingerr, Gary Fairchild, Dale Ivleuser, Gordon
Schultz, Dick Harris, Mr. Block, Joe Tait, Don
Baumgartner, Eugene Rohrssen, Jack Klingler,
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the gracle.'Tl1e ms were soschosen as to ma two equal teams , instea of one
strong team , ima t more boys could get actua game experience.
squods,w r - 4 as the Blues and Golds. mpetition was mainly with he two
nevijianior -'if-ru. lfarson and Ellis. One out -town game was playedwit Dundee
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ffwe thinkpour y a nd Coach Block did agran rob even thoughthey failed win all
theirlgamesu Glue frl'0 see many of our playe ,on the Elgin high team ln t e years to
corhegl Each sq d the ,season with identic r records, 2 wins and 8losse .
'28 Blue vs ,Ellis Grey 34 3 i8,,Golcll vs Lar White 32
30' Blue 'vs Larsen Green 29 22 iGold vs Ell, ,Red 37,
24, Blue Ellis Red 2 31 31 Gold vs El s Grey
,Blue ,pvs Larsen White,34 40 Gold vs rsen Green
it vs Abbott Golcls 24 24 Gold vs y bbott Blues rsrg 26
22, , ,loe2,iv5 Ellis Grey 29 33 Gold vs Larsen White i,y,
28 Larsen Green 38 '45 Gold vsQ J Ellis Reds
21 Ellis Reds 'Gold l Elll,sl,Greyi3?il 41
'7 s Wwe White if H +334 Gold Sf Ldrsehi,Gf?en 41
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lpoinfs scored 2 liill Pvriehffip a his lm' 5'-iodeflli
THE GOLD: seie Qi of .
SEATED: Don Hansen, Gary Warren, N
Bill Streit, Pete Hartman, Warren Kiel, Roni
Westmoreland. ROW STANDING: Gary Nohl,
Gordon Rowe, Duane Alvine, Ron Prouty, Mr.
Block, John Friedland, Lyle Herschlag, David
Hill, Bill Gieske.
ROW 1: Joe Giambelluca, Sam Corapi Mr.
Hulmes fCoachJ. ROW 2: Dick Ciaccio, Carl
Buehler, Larry Christiansen, Ed Burke, Jack
Cirrincione, Dick Anderson, Gerald Gilbert, Bill
Culverson, Jules Aronson.
Doug Williams, Chuck Schroder, Cliff Ward,
Jerry Seagren, Lee Sparks, Gene Walz, Doug
Wallace, Gary Shales, Fred Weaver, Mr. Hulmes
EIGHTH GRADE BA KETBAL
FRONT ROW: Bill Scarritt, Herb Mullinox, Mr. Niemi
fCoachJ. SECOND ROW: Bill Parlasca, Jim Payne, Bill
Sandberg, Harold Rowe, La Verne Olson, Bob Pawlak, George
McNabney, John Ross, Bruce Phelps.
The final standings would seem to indicate this is rather
a lean year for the Abbott eighth graders. If .ludged on the
basis of wins and losses this is probably true. However, with
no less than 48 boys contributing to the welfare ofthe four
teams, one can readily see there was no lack of interest in
this group. The same is indicated by the many loyal followers
and cheerleaders who backed the boys at each game.
It should be recorded that this was certainly a season of
exciting ball games, many being settled by one or two points.
In Fact, Abbott teams were involved in four overtime games,
which is probably a record.
Zephyrs 7 4
Eagles 5 5
Blackhawks 4 7
Ramblers I 9
Z E P H Y R S:
Karl, Tom Hickey, Mr. Hulmes QCoachJ.
Jerry Hulke, Tom Grant, Leonard Leetzow, jerry Hud
gens, Bill Johnston, Greg Koon, Jerry Marshall, Denton
SEVE TH GRADE BA KETBALL N
Tom Wright, Ron Voltz, Andy Schlaefli, lack
Ben Royer, Dave Sinnet, Jerry Willey, Harry Lchubbe, Jim
Shales - Mr. Hotsenpiller, Coach.
Gordon Banwart, Don Bradley, Jerry Cirrincione,
David Carey, Keith Carlson, Dick Ahrens, Charles
Brandt, Mr. Niemi, fCoachJ. Keith Follman was not
present for picture.
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Everet Frey, Dale Furness, Jim Humphrey, I
Craig Kowalski, Ron Koehn, Neil Grosnickle,
Ray Holmquist, Roger Karsten, Mr. Hotsenpil-
P A N T HE R S:
Larry Mades, Don Kramer, Perry Pope, Dale
Reinking, Ben Redman, Roger Ritter, Jim Mor-
ton, Roy Rasmussen, Jim Renwick, Mr. Hotsen-
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The Bears, coached by Mr. Niemi, won 7 games
and lost three. The Lions, Panthers, and Tigers were
coached by Mr. Hotsenpiller, The Lions won 2 games
and lost 83 the Panthers won 9 and lost lg while the
Tigers won 7 and lost 3. Forty seventh grade boys
participated in the 1951 -52 basketball season.
The annual Fun Frolics stunt show, sponsored by the speech and music departments,
under the direction of Mrs. Marge Radloff and Miss Ellagene Morgan, was presented on the
nights of February 28 and 29. First prize winner was "Seasons in Review," second prize
went to "Abe Lincoln", while third and fourth went to "Beauty Parlor"and "Four Freedoms"
respectively. Other acts pictured are "Atlantic City" and "Minstrel Show".
0 E ACT PLAY
The annual one-act plays
were presented on the nights of
April 24 and 25, under the able
direction of Mrs. Marge Rad-
"FIRST DRESS SUlT"
The "First Dress Suit" was a delightful comedy on the trials and tribulations of a
young boy in ordering and wearing his first dress suit. The characters were Tom Hickey,
Judy Greenawalt, Pat Rockwell, Tom Grant. Assistant director was Barb Kranwinkle .
"MlSS PERSONALITY PLUS"
"Miss Personality Plus" afforded plenty of
laughs when the prize winning baby contest
winner turned out to be a young girl of nine-
teen . The roles were token by Donna Thomp-
son, Harold Row, Joyce Weisner, Pat Carey,
Sandy Burbank, Lyle Herschlag, Lee Sparks.
Assistant director was Nancy Garrison.
"Who's Afraid" was a humorous episode
showing how modern youth, despite carefree
and thoughtless attitudes, can be dependable .
The action revolved about a slumber party.
The boys planned to give the girls a "scare",
but the surprise came when the real prowler
and the boys came face to face. The cast in-
cluded Sandy Chapple, Greg Koon, Bev Way,
Mike Gallagher, Dave Jonson, Marianne
Fritz, Martha Cirrincione, Cliff Ward, Roger
Burnidge, Larry Christensen. Assistant director
was Joe Giambelluca.
The "Scoop" goes on sole "Rural Picnic" - Fun Frolics
Jim, Bruce, and Coach Block Members of 7th grade girls shop class
check in football equipment. display their handicraft.
Voudeville Review" - Fun Frolics. Annual all-school May festival fl95il
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