Antioch Community High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Antioch, IL)
- Class of 1943
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This l94j SEQUOIA is dedicated to the Alumni of
the Antioch Township High School who have served,
who are now serving, or who will be serving in
the Armed Forces of the United States of America.
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THEO. R. BIRKH AD,
St. Normal Univ., B. A.
State Univ. of Iowa, M.S.
State Univ. of Chicago,
DOROTHY LYNE CASS
Univ. of Wisconsin, B. S.
Senior Play Director
ELMO W. EDWARDS
Morris City, Illinois
Southern Illinois State
Normal Univ., A.B.
Colorado State College of
Mathematics, Ancient His-
tory, Book Exchange
ALFRED A. KROLL
Lake Forest, B. A.
Social Studies, Physical
Adviser: Sophomore Class Edication
Edviser: Freshman Class
DONNA M. CULLITON MILDRED H. KRUSA
Valley City, N. D.
State Teachers College, B.A.
Library, English II
Adviser: Pep Club,
Illinois State Normal Univ
Western State Teachers Col
lege, B. of Educ.
Shorthand, Typing, Book-
Adviser: Senior Class
ETHEL G. DIXON CLARENCE L. KUTIL
Illinois State Normal Univ.
Adviser: Home Ec. Club
Univ. of Wisconsin,
B. of Science
Adviser: F. F. A.,
LOUISE LETTS MARTIN
Univ. of Missouri, B. S.
Univ. of Colorado,
Mt. Laboratory of Univ.
EVELYN W. PATTERSON
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Madison College, B. A.
Univ. of Wisconsin, Ph.M.
Univ. of Maryland.
English, Latin,Am. History,
Adviser: Junior Class,
SHIRLEY L. REYNOLDS
Dell Rapids, South Dakota,
Univ. of South Dakota,
General Business, Typing,
Adviser: G. A. A.,
MELVIN M. STILLSON
Univ. of South Dakota,
Eastern State Teachers
College, B. S.
Colorado State College.
Adviser: Junior Class
MARJORIE M. THOMAS
Southwest No. State
College, B. S.
HANS VON HOLWEDE
Univ. of Iowa,
M. Mus. Ed.,
Adviser: Senior Class
Southern Illinois Teachers
College, B. of Educ.
Univ. of Chicago.
Adviser: A Club,
Pep Club, Senior Class
in the service of the
U. S. Navy
A. T. H. S. Alumni
Northern Illinois State
Teachers College, Lake Col-
lege of Com erce,
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Tl-ICV WIN Tl-ICIR WINGS
HAH Club l,2,5,H5
1,25 Swing Club l,2,55 Ten-
ball l,2,5,45 Football M5
Track 53 Junior Playi
Five Major Letters.
President of Senior Class
G.A.A. 5,M5 Annual Club
Home Ec. 15 Dramatics Club
2,55 Operetta 25 Tableau
2,55 Junior Play Chorus
President M5 Rod and Gun Club
nis 2,55 Baseball 55 Basket-
2,5,M5 Secretary of Annual 5
2,55 Pep Club 5,h5 Swing Club
l,2,5,h5 Ambition: Secretary
HAH Club l,2,5,h5
Student Council 55 Rod and
Gun Club l,25 Swing Club
l,2,55 Tennis 25 Baseball
1,25 Basketball l,2,5,h5
Football 2,5,H5 Boxing l,2,5,
M5 Band l,2,5,h5 Five Major
Letters. Vice-President of
G.A.A. l,M5 Home Ec. 1,25
Pep Club 5,M5 Dramatics
2,55 Christmas Play 2,55
Tableau 2,55 Operetta 25
Junior Play Student Council
H5 Annual Club 5,h5 Ambi-
tion: Be Happy
Remember when we were freshmen? We were the largest class for some time. We
chose LYLE TECHERT as president, MEREDITH
MATTHES as vice-president, and CHARLES
MAPLETHORPE for secretary-treasurer. ELLA FAY and BUD MAPLETHORPE represented us in
The Sophomores gave us a party in
returned it. Our entire class was in the
senting our group in the boys' and girls'
tive in sports--especially basketball and
the fall of our first year, and in January we
spring gym exhibition with some of us repre-
tumbling teams. Several of our boys were ac-
A number of our class participated in plays. GEORGE PIERCE went to the Dis-
trict Play Tournament which was held in La Grange. BETTY SOBEY and IDAL MAIER sang in
school assemblies, and SHIRLEY JOHANSON was chosen as a cheerleader which we considered
a high honor to the Freshmen Class.
Then our Sophomore year rolled around, BUD MAPLETHORPE was presidentg JACK
FIELDS, vice-presidentg BILL MURPHY, secretary-treasurer.
We started out the year in full swing by giving the Freshmen a party.
Five of our girls were on the all-star volley ball team: ELLA FAY, UNA NELSON,
DOLORES KUTZ, L. J. MINTO, and ETHEL NELSON. JACK FIELDS and DALE BARNSTABLE were ac-
tive in boys' basketball. We were also well represented in the play tournament by mem-
bers of our class.
SHIRLEY JOHANSON and CAROL WATERS were cheerleaders and ELLA FAY, CAROL WATERS,
HENRY GLENN, and EARL BRIXEN represented us in Student Council.
In our Junior year we elected BUD MAPLETHORPE, president: VIRGINIA POULSEN,
vice-presidentg DORIS STRANG, secretaryg and JACK FIELDS, treasurer.
We presented a marvelous play called HDon't Take My PSDHY-H We H150 WOH the
drama shield for our outstanding performance in the Play Tournament. To present our
CContinued on p. l5l
nAnClub 1,2,5,H Sec. and
Vice-Pres5 Rod and Gun l,25
Baseball 15 Basketball l,2,
5,h5 Jr. Play5 Football M5
Golf l5 Track 5,45 Boxing 1
7 Major letters5 Ambition:
Physical Education Director
UAH Club M: Rod and Gun
Club 25 Tennis l5 Basketbal
2,5,k5 Boxing l,2,5,M5
Chorus l5 One Major Letter.
Ambition: to travel
HAH Club 5,45 F.F.A.
1,2,5,M, v1ce-Pres. ug stu-
dent Council 2,H5 Basketbal
25 Football 2,5,h5 Boxing
l52,5,H5 Christmas Play 55
Tableau 55 Play Tournaments
55 2 Major Letters5 Ambi-
tion: Army Aviator
Rod and Gun Club 1,25
Football 5,h5 Track 25 Box-
ing l,25 One Major Letter5
Ambition: Airplane mechanic
HAH Club 2,5,N5 Rod and
Gun Club l,25 Swing Club
l,2,55 Tennis 2,55 Baseball
l,25 Basketball 2,5,M5 Foot
ball M5 Track M5 Jr. Play
Three Major Letters5 Ambi-
tion: Air Cadet
F.F.A. l,2,5, Treasurer
53 Boxing 25 Ambition:
G.A.A. l,2,5,h5 Dramatics
Club 1,2555 Pep Club 55
Student Council l,2,5,h5
Band l52,5,h5 Xmas Play 25
Jr. Playg Tableau 1,2555
Operetta lg Play Tourneys
l,25 Chorus l,55 Ambition:
CHARLES FISH R
Annual Club l,2,5,M5
Dramatics Club 1,2555
Journalism l5 Swing Club
25 Football M5 Play Tourna-
ments 2555 Christmas Plays
25 Tableau 2,55 Ambition:
G.A.A., H5 Home EC. 15
Pep Club 5,h5 Swing Club
15 Ambition: Nurse
G.A.A. l5 Journalism lg
Swing Club 25 Jr. Plays
Ambition: Telephone Operator
Student Council, 25 Box-
ing, 25 Tableau, 55 Jr.
P1ay5 Ambition: Marine or
Transferred from Maine
in 'h1, HAH Club 5,u5 Stu-
dent Council M5 Vice-Pres.5
Track 5,45 Bank 5,45 Christ-
mas Play 55 Jr. P1ay1Chorus
5,M5 Jazz Band A5 Play
Tourney 55 Ambition: A yrs.
at Wisc. Univ.
F.F.A., 1,2,5,h5 Sec. 55
President, M5 Boxing, 25
Ambition:-Mechanic in Air
Transferred from Wauke-
gan in '41. G.A.A. 5,M5
Pep Club 5,M5 Christmas
Play 1,55 Tableau 55 Chor-
G.A.A., 1,M5 Home EC.,
1,25 Annual Club, M5 Drama-
tics Club, 1,25 Pep Club M5
Swing Club, 15 Band, M5
Tableaug Chorus, 2,55 Ambl-
tion: Airplane pilot or
Transferred from Pro-
viso in 'hO, Rod and Gun
Club 25 Boxing 25 Ambi-
tion: Be a Diesel Lngi-
F.F.A., 2,5,b5 Rod and
Gun Club, 1,25 Boxing, 1,25
Ambition: Naval Air Corp
Rod and Gun Club 1,25
Boxingg 1,25 Christmas
Plays, 25 Play Tourneys, 15
Rod and Gun Club, 1,
25 Ambition: Brigadier
General in the army.
A forest ranger in the
Rocky Mountains after the
Transferred from Waller
as Jr. HAH Club, 5,h5
Baseball, 5,b5 Football
5,h5 Basketball, 5, h5A
Ambition: Physical Educa-
G.A.A. 1, Home EC. l,
Annual Club 2, Ambition:
Teacher of English
Attended Wilmot, l9hl-M21
G.A.A, 1, Home Ec. l, Swing
Club lg Ambition: Teacher
Annual Club, 5, Rea and
Gun Club, 1,25 Boxing, 2,5,
Ambition: Aviation and to
have some fun
NAV Club 2,5,h, Student
Council l,M, Swing Club l,
23 Pres. of Student Council
M, Basketball 1, Baseball lg
5 Major Letters, Band l,2,5,
H, Operetta 1,23 Christmas
Play l, Chorus 1,2j5,uj
HAH Club 2,5,k, Rod and
Gun l,2,53 Annual 5, Student
Council H, Baseball 5, Foot-
ball 5,h, Track 5, 2 Major
Letters, Band l,2,5,A3
Operetta 1,25 Chorus l,2,5,
M, Ambition: Army Air Corps
Ground Crew and Plane Me-
G.A.A. 2,5,A, Swing Club
2, Annual Club 5, Home EC. 25
Pep Club 5,h, Sec-Treas. A,
Dramatics Club 2,55 Play
Tourneys, 5, Jr. Play, Chor-
us 2,5,h5 Operetta 2,
Christmas Play 5, Tableau 55
Ambition: Telephone Operator
JOHN M YER
Swing Club 1,2,5, Basket-
ball l,2, Boxing l,25 Foot-
ball 5,h, Track 5, Band l,
2,5,M, Jazz Band 2,5,h,
Chorus M, Jr. Play, Ambi-
LURA JEAN MINTO
G.G.A. l,2,5,M, Home Ec.
l,2,5, Annual Club 2,5,h,
Dramatics Club 2,53 Pep
Club 5,45 Student Council
53 Xmas Play 2,53 Tableau
2,55 Jr. Play, tourneys
2,55 Ambition: Clothes
Transferred from Amundsen
lgulj G.A.A. l,2,5,H, treas-
urer M, Home Ec. l,2,5,
Pep Club H, Annual Club 5,
Band l,2,Ag Chorus M, Jazz
Band A, Ambition: Secretary
Transferred from Amundsen
High Hl9hlU Ambition: Non-
commissioned officer in
Home EC. 55 Swing Club
25 Ambition: Com ercial
HP E P ll
Home EG. 25 Pep Club
5,M5 Dramatics Club lg
Swing Club lg Tableau 23
Jr. Playg Ambition:
Annual Club 5,h5 Swing
Club 2,53 Tableau l,2,53
Play tournaments l,2,53
Jr. Play, Ambition:
Rod and Gun Club 1,25
Boxing lg Chorus lg
Ambition: Be a Naval Air
Transferred from Parker
High, l9h2j Annual Club kj
Pep Club M, Treasurer of
Student Council M5 Ambi-
tion: To understand people
G.A.A. l,2,55 Secretary
lg Home Ec. 25 Dramatics
Club 2,53 Swing Club lg
Christmas Plays 23 Tableau
2,53 Jr. Playg Senior Playg
Transferred from Holy
Ghost Mission House, l9M5g
Ambition: Pilot in the
Army Air Corps
CLARE GRAY SIEBEN
Transferred from Von
Steuben lghlj G.A.A. 5,35
Pep Club 5,Mg Christmas
Play 55 Play tournament 5g
Cheerleader M5 Dru Major-
ettee 5,M3 Ambition: Acro-
batic dancer and nurse
RICHARD E. SIEBEN
From Von Steuben in
l9Ml5 Basketball M3 Foot-
ball M, Boxing 55 Ambition:
"A"c1ub ug F.F.A. 1,
2,5,h5 Secretary M5 Rod and
Gun 2,55 Baseball 5,M3
Football 55 Major Letter:
Track 5,hg Boxing l,2,5,M3
NAV Club H3 Journalism
13 Football kj Boxing 1,23
Chorus 13 Ambition: Avia-
G.A.A. l,2,5,hj Pep Club
5,h3 Home Ec. 13 Dramatics
1,2,53 Operetta 23 Swing
Club 2,53 Tableau ljBBDd 13
Chorus lj Ambition: Secre-
G.A,A. l,2,5,hj Home Ec.
1,23 Annual Club 2,5,h3 Pep
Club 5,43 Swing Club l3
Christmas Play 2,53 Operet-
ta 13 Jr. Plan Chorus l,2,
53 Play Tourney 2,53 Ambi-
Dramatics Club 1,2,3j Vice
Pres.3 Student Council 23
Tableau l,2,53 Pep Club 5,h3
Annual Club 2,53 Jr. Play3
Christmas Plays 1,2,5, Play
Tourney l,2,53 Ambition:
From Grant in 19595 NAM
Club 5,h3 F.F.A. 2,h3 Rod and
Gun l,2j Baseball 23 Boxing
23 Football 2,5,h3 5 Major
LStt8TEj Christmas Play 53
Tableau 53 Ambition: Join
HAH Club 5,h3 F.F.A. 1,23
Rod and Gun 1,23 Baseball 5,M
Football kj Track 5,h3 Jr.
Play3 2 Major Letters
Junior Prom, we sold candy and ice cream after school. Our Junior rings gave us much
pleasure when we received them before the Christmas holidays.
The girls as well as the boys were active in sports. The girls won the bas-
ketball tournament and the boys participated in baseball, track, football, and bas-
ketball. Both boys and girls were active on the annual staff.
The officers of the Senior Class are: JACK FIELDS, presidentg BILL EFFINGER,
vice-pres1dent3 VIRGINIA POULSEN, secretaryg and CLARA WURSTER, treasurer. In Decem-
ber the Class sponsored a Talent Show entitled nM1nt Julep Jamboree.n This was a
great success as was the Senior Play, HBest Foot Forward,u which was presented in
Our Student Council representatives are ELLA FAY, CHARLES MAPLETHORPE,
CLARA WURSTER, PATRICIA RYAN, HOWARD HAGEMANN, EARL BRIXEN, and ARTHUR MAPLE-
THORPE who is the president. We were also well represented in sports.
All in all, our four years of'h1gh school have been very successful, and the
many happy times we have had together will be remembered the rest of our lives.
SQNIOQ CLQSS DQOPLJQCV
Mr. and Mrs. DICK KAUFMANN are getting the lodge ready for the
summer, which gives Dick a rest from his work as a physical education
director at Northwestern University. Mrs. Kaufmann is probably better
known to you as CLARA WURSTER. Their three children Dick Jr. and
Clarissa and Clarence, twins, are with them and have as their nurse,
PHYLLIS PALM R. ELLA FAY arrived last night with
her handsome boss,
JACK FIELDS. BUD MAPLETHORPE is the leader of the orchestra playing
at the Sequoia Lodge and CLAIRE SIEBEN'S acrobatic dancing is a favor-
ite with everyone. DORIS STRANG and VIRGINIA POULSEN, who have a
month's vacation with pay, are also here visiting
with the Kaufmanns.
Both of these girls are doing secretarial work for the government.
Mr. CHARLES FISHER, "Funny Man of the Air," arrived early this morning
with his wife-to-be, Miss LURA JEAN MINTO. Their
their first prom date. Ah, here comes a handsome
Why, 1t's SARAH and EARL. And who should be with
ter. That famous African explorer, JOHNNIE MEYER
DORA HENNINGS, are just back from Africa and have
romance dates back to
aviator and his wife.
them but Sarah's sis-
and his pilot, THEO-
things to tell. ROMAN PFANNENSTILL and his commercial artist, ETHEL
NELSON have just arrived by train and BILL EFFINGER, the handy man at
the lodge, has gone to meet them.
By the looks of the bus load that is arriving, we are going to
have a very gala affair. Here comes DOLORES KUTZ and LORETTA KULIGOW-
SKI, authors of the famous Kuligowski Encyclopedia with illustrations
by Kutz. DALE BARNSTABLE, coach at Antioch High and VIOLET SMITH, with
her boss Mr. Birkhead, Principal, arrived on the bus just now. Three
former classmates, CHARLES JORGENSON, forest rangerg HERMAN HESS, diesel
engineer, and DON HUTCHISON, a mechanic, are talking over old times.
DOROTHY MORTON, private secretary to the President of Standard Oil Com-
pany, PAT RYAN and MARJORIE HASNEY, who are both married to famous Doc-
tors, are also here. Pat is still continuing her study to understand
people. HOWARD HAGEMANN, who is a Professor at Wisconsin University,
and ALICE FOX, who is manager of the Bell Telephone Company in Antioch,
are coming too.
Henscomes the special bus for Service Men that we have been
expecting. On this bus we find JOHN RUNYARD, CLARENCE DRESSEI, BILL
LUBKEMAN, WAYNE DROM, and FRED HOEKSTRA, who are all Naval Air Corps
Pilots, and BERNARD SHERMAN, MILTON SMITH, TED SMITH, and HENRY GLENN,
who are Army A1I'COFpS Pilots. Also on this bus are BILL CHASE, TODI
MAPLETHORPE, and ELM R HARTNELL, all of whom are plane mechanics.
BETTY SCHEIBE, who is an Army nurse, also arrived on this bus.
We think that we are very fortunate to be able to have this
many of our high school graduating class with us.
We were very sorry to receive a telegram this morning from Dr.
LAWRENCE YOPP with regrets that he and his nurse, VIOLET FLINT, would
be unable to be with us. We also received regrets from DICK SIEBEN,
JIM MORTON, and MAX WORZBACH, who were unable to get leave to attend
our reunion. CAROL WATERS, who is on a non-stop flight to South Ameri-
ca, also is on our absence list. TOM BRETT spends his time traveling
abroad and is now in Australia.
DALE BARNSTABLE leaves his athletic ability to LEROY ELLIS.
TOM BRETT leaves his physique and good looks to CHARLES FLINT.
EARL BRIXEN and SARAH MCBRIDE leave their place in lover's lane to GEORGIA REIDEL and
BILL CHASE leaves his negative arguing ability to RICHARD ATWOOD.
CLARENCE DRESSEL wills his wise cracks to BILL PETTY.
WAYNE DROM leaves his studious attitude to EARL TALLEY.
BILL EFFINGER leaves his unlimited vocabulary to ROSE MARIE ZELLHOFFER.
CHARLES FISH R leaves his long wavy locks of hair to JOAN FELTER.
ELLA FAY and BETTY SCHEIBE leave their many unexcused--excused absences to BILLIE MAYE
RUNYARD and MAE SETEK.
VIOLET FLINT leaves her quiet but pleasant ways to RUTH MCGLYNN.
JACK FIELDS leaves his quarter-backing ability to ROBERT JANUARY.
ALICE FOX wills her desk in study hall to LOREN SEGER.
HENRY GLENN wills his red hair to SAMMY KLASS. A
HOWARD HAGEMANN leaves his little girl friend to his friends.
ELMER HARTNELL leaves his dynamic sense of humor to DOLORES GROSS.
MARJORIE HASNEY leaves her place in King's Drug Store to LUCILLE FONK.
THEODORA HENNINGS leaves her ability to oversleep on school days to Mr. KROLL.
HERMAN HESS leaves his daily walks at noon to JIM Y CUNNINGHAM.
FRED HOEKSTRA leaves his unrepairable car to IRVING WEBER.
DON HUTCHISON wills his carload of girls going to K1ng's Drug Store after school to
anyone that's lucky enough to have a car and enough gas.
CHARLES JORGENSEN leaves his place in the hall to GEORGE POPE.
DICK KAUFMANN leaves his love affairs in class to JOE NADER.
LORETTA KULIGOWSKI wills her intelligence to all future students and teachers.
DOLORES KUTZ leaves her quiet and serene personality to ROSEMARY MORLEY.
BILL LUBKEMAN leaves his many automobiles to DONALD IRVING.
BUD MAPLETHORPE leaves his ability to understand things he shouldn't to MARY RYAN.
TOD MAPLETHORPE leaves his set mind and original ideas to CLIFFORD MIROCKO.
JOHNNY M YER leaves his Harry James'trumpet technique to CHUCK VYKRUTA.
LURA JEAN MINTO wills her ability to tell jokes to RUTH WINFIELD.
DOROTHY MORTON leaves her "cat call" in American History to DOLORES MORTON.
JIM MORTON leaves his quarrels with his girl friend to LEONARD ROBLIN.
ETH L NELSON leaves her guarding ability in basketball to BETTY BARTLETT.
PHYLLIS PALM R leaves her quick answering in history to KATHLEEN FIELDS.
ROMAN PFANNENSTILL leaves his perpetual place in the commercial room to ROSALIE SIBLEY.
JOH RUNYARD leaves his antique Ford to GEORGE WIM ER.
VIRGINIA POULSEN leaves her whirlwind fashion in typing to MARY KELLY.
PAT RYAN leaves her artistic ability to DON BAUER.
CLARE SIEBEN leaves her "gift of gab" to DOROTHY SCOTT.
DICK SIEBEN leaves LOIS BERTZYK to any eligible young flirt.
MILTON SMITH leaves his doubly dynamic personality to BARBARA PRINDLE.
TED SMITH leaves his bashful technique, which is bound to get the girls, to any wolf.
VIOLET SMITH leaves her lengthy skirts to FREYA EDELMANN.
DORIS STRANG leaves her dimples to MISS KRUSA.
CAROL WATERS leaves her place by the boys' lockers in the auditorium after school, with
that certain athlete, to GORDON SEVERSON and RUBY DROM.
CLARA WURSTER wills her ways with the men to ALICE KACER.
MAX WURZBACH leaves his football ability to BILL SETEK.
LAURIE YOPP leaves his subversive love affair to JAM S PRINDLE.
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First Row: C. Upton, H. Prince, M. Setek, M, Hardtke, L. Meiners-
mann, K. Fields, E. Horton, B. Runyard.
Second Row: R. Lasco, T. Carlson, I. Maier, R. Sibley, M. Kelly,
E. Pedersen, D. Gebhardt, A. Harvey, G. Gratz, J. Cunningham.
Third Row: S. Kless, L. Garwood, G. Wimmer, A. Bolton, I. Weber,
G. Polland, C. Moran, W. Elfering.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seategzleft to right--
Miss Patterson, Sammy Klass.
Standingzleft to right--
Leonard Roblin, Mr. Stillson
Joe Nader, George Wim er.
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JUNIOR HOME ROOM
First ROW: I- Ryan, G. Pierce, M. Gaides, B. Geeeell, c. White,
R. Drom, D. Edwards, R. McGlynn.
Second Row: R. Ellis, R. Zellhofer, G. King, J. Pregenzer,
F. Zim erman, E. Grenus, B. Hull, B. Mooney, A. Kacer, S. Harness
T. Wimmer, J. Message.
Third Row: G. Severson, L. Roblln, W. Calhoun, D. Phillips,
W. Dow, W. Petty, J. Nader, E. Talley.
This year's Juniors entered school this fall antici-
pating a busy year and anxious to start work. We im ediate-
ly elected our officers and started our candy sales. In the
fall we gave our play, 'WHAT A LIFE," which was directed by
Miss McDorman. We were all pleased with its huge success.
Our boys were active in all sports. The outstanding ath-
letes were Robert Ellis, Walter Calhoun, Sammy Klass, Joe
Nader, and Leonard Roblin. Our girls were also active and
won the championship in both basketball and volleyball.
Sam Klass, Edna Pedersen, and Judy Pregenzer represented
our school at the Student Council Convention at Morton High
School. The Junior rings were received in February with
high satisfaction. Our Prom, May 22, was a great success due
to the combined efforts of all Juniors. In all it was a very
busy and happy year.
SOPHOMORE HOM ROOM
First Row: D. Shank, B. Prindleg B. Busscher, L. Parsons,
E. Barnstable, L. Hutchison, D. Morton.
Second Row: E. Nielsen, P. Mattson, R. Edwards, R. Rudolph,
R. Scott, J. Ghan, A. Thain.
Third Row: D. Bauer, S. Good, C. Flint, K. Krueger, W. Radtke,
W. Message, R. Stastny.
On November thirteenth the Sophomore Class gave a
party for the Freshmen. Trutchen Yopp was the general chair
man of the party and made it a grand success.
Many of the Sophomores have worked hard on the An-
nual, especially Ruth Winfield who was co-editor of the
staff. The Sophomores are well represented in the clubs and
activities of the school. Four of the classmen are in the
Swing Band. There are also three cheerleaders in the class.
Many of the fine vocalists we have in our class have sung in
assemblies. In the Homecoming Court, Louise Elms was the
Sophomore attendant for the Queen. Several of the girls in
G.A.A. have worked hard to be on the All-Star Basketball
All in all the Sophomore class has had an exciting
second year in high school with the help and leadership of
Mrs. Cass and Mr. Kutil.
SOPHOMORE OFFICERS i
Standig: Mrs. Cass, Mr. Kutll, '
Seated: D. Burdick, K. Krueger,
SOPHOMORE HOME ROOM
First Row: M. Hutchison, D. Stack, B. Bartlett, D. Nelsor
L. Rhymer, L. Elms, E. Wilton, F. Edllnarm.
Second Row: R. Atwood, I. Holt, M. McGlyTm, R. Winfield,
M. Tiede, M. Hunter, D. Burdick, T. Yopp, L. Truax, G. Stim
Third Row: S. Rzysko, R. Nader, D. Gee, C. Vylsruta, R. Hug
N. wlmeml, J. Prtndle, R. Wells, L. Nielsen, o. Madsen,
FRESHMAN HOM ROOM
First Row: G. Reidel, D. Scott, D. Tanner, P. Chope, D. Gross,
G. Hawkins, B. Ashe,
Second Row: R. Sheldon, M. Elfering, D. Portwich, R. Morley,
N. McBride, J. Felter, J. Kallel, B. Chrapkowski.
Third Row: R. Prince, R. January, G. Hull, J. Crichton, R. Holem,
J. Sterbenz, M. Van Duzer.
Our class officers were elected as follows:
Ralph Trieger, Presidentg Gertrude Hawkins, Vice-Presidentg
Joan Felter, Secretary and Georgia Reidel, Treasurer. Our
advisers were Mr. Kroll and Miss Reynolds.
Gert Hawkins and Georgia Reidel represented the
Freshmen in assembly programs with singing. A group of the
girls also took part in an old-fashioned dance given for
On March 5, the class gave a return party to the
FRESHMAN HOM ROOM
Seated: H. Wolf, M. Ryan, A. Jones, L. Bertzyk, N. Pope,
J. Spanggard, M. Petersen, M. Harvey.
Second Row: P. Schellinger, L. Ellis, L. Dunford, M. Polland
P. Stastny, B. Palaske, W. Reeves, R. Toft, H. French.
Third Row: D. Irving, M. Edwards, E. Hoselton, R. Kufalk,
C. Mirocko, R. Trieger, W. Setek.
Seated: G. Hawkins, R. Trieger,
Standing: Mr. Kroll,
Miss Reynolds, G. Reidel.
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Seated: L. Elms, C. Wurster, E. Pedersen, A. Maplethorpe
H. Hagemann, P. Ryan, J. Felter.
Standing: W. Setek, T. Yopp, R. Lasso, G. King, K. Kreuger,
C. Maplethorpe, J. Pregenzer, C. Vykruta, E. Brixen, J. Nader,
E. Fay, S. Klass, J. Spangard, R. Trieger.
The Student Council sponsored the Homecoming Dance
and decorated the school appropriately. At Christmas time
the Student Council purchased a Christmas tree and decorat-
ed the windows and the halls in red and green. Four dele-
gates were sent to the Student Council Convention at Morton
High School. The Student Council has aided much in school
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
Left to right: E. Pedersen,
H. Hagemann, B. Maplethorpe,
Mr. Birkhead, P. Ryan.
First Row: M. Petersen, M. Hardtke, M. Elfering, M. Hunter, J. Felter, R. Winfield, V. Smith,
D. Morton, C. Upton, D. Scott, G. Stimpfl, M. Polland. Second Row: C. White, I. Holt,
R. Zellhofer, A. Harvey, K. Fields, S. Harness, J. Pregenzer, E. Pedersen, J. Spanggard, L.
Meinersmann, M. Kelly, T. Hennings, A. Jones, R. McGlynn, P. Stastny, V. Flint. Third Row:
T. Yopp, C. Sieben, B. Busscher, B. Palaske, D. Morton, V. Poulsen, E. Grenus, F. Zimmerman,
N. McBride, L. Minto, R. Morley, L. Bertzyk, G. King, L. Truax, B. Prindle, B. Runyard.
Fourth Row: D. Gross, H. Prince, D. Tanner, F. Edlmann, G. Hawkins, P. Harvey, D. Edwards,
M. McGlynn, T. Wimmer, I. Maier, S. McBride, E. Fay, D. Strang, C. Wurster, L. Elms, E. Wil-
ton, L. Rhymer, M. Gaides, B. Ashe.
The officers of the G.A.A. for the year were: pres1dent,Lura Jean Mintog vice-
president, Carol Upton, secretary, Grace King, and treasurer, Dorothy Morton. Miss
Reynolds became adviser when she arrived in October.
The initiation of new members started the year's activities. Many strange sights
were seen around school as the initiates performed their duties. A formal ceremony,
followed by pot-luck supper, took place in the evening.
A sleigh ride was sponsored to raise money. It was enjoyed by many members of
During the winter the girls practiced volley ball and basket ball after school.
Class tournament victories were carried by the Juniors in both of these sports.
At the close of the season an.All-Star basket ball team was picked to play against
the faculty. The team consisted of Trutchen Yopp, Doris Edwards, Lura Jean Minto,
Rosalie Sibly, Barbara Prindle, and Grace King.
In the spring baseball and tennis were enjoyed. Girls who had earned enough points
were eligible for awards.
G. A. A. OFFICERS
Left to right: Grace King, Lura
Jean Minto, Miss Reynolds, Carol
Ruth Upton, Dorothy Morton.
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First-Bow: B. Bartlett, G. Reidel, D. Tanner, B. Busscher, D. Morton, L. Rhymer,
B. Prindle, R. Drom, C. Upton. Second-Bow: E. Nielsen, I. Holt, A. Kaiser, G. King, M.
Peterson, N. McBride, H. Schroeder, L. Hutchison, M. Hardtke, M. Hutchison, Third Row: D.
Edwards, M. Setek, C. white, E. Barnstable, B. Palaske, D. Portwich, P. Stastny, L. Truax,
R. Winfield. Fourth Row: A. Jones, M. Ryan, E. Horton, D. Gross, I. Maier, P. Chope, M.
Elfering, D. Scott, G. Hawkins, P. Harvey, B. Ashe.
LIONQ QCONOVHC5 CLUB
The Home Economics Club has done its share in the war effort this year. The girls
have salvaged all tin cans from the school cafeteria. They washed the cans, removed
all labels, and pressed the cans flat.
The club held an initiation party earlier in the year to induct all new members.
The enrollment of the club is forty-three girls.
They are also affiliated with the State Home Economics Club.
The club members were hostesses to the F.F.A. at a party. The girls prepared and
served all the food.
The club concluded the year with a banquet.
HOME ECONOMICS OFFICERS
Left to right: Georgia Reiael,
Carol Upton, Lucille Rhymer,
Miss Dixon, Myrtle Hardtke.
First Row: P. Shellinger, R. Sheldon, D. Irving, R. Toft, D. Nedbal, E. Hartnell, R.
Prince, A. 'I'ha.1n, H. French. Second,Row: R. January, M. Edwards, G. Severson, R. Edwards,
R. Kufalk, W. Elfering, E. Hoselton, R. Scott, L. Seger, B. Message, T. Carlson, C. Mirocko
L. Dunford. Third Row: W. Drom, E. Brixen, F. Hoekstra, B. Hughes, M. Wurzbach, B. Dow,
N. Wilhelmi, A. Bolton, M. Smith, R. Wells, W. Calhoun, L. Garwood, J. Crichton.
The Future Farmers of America have made a splendid record this year. At the
Elgin Fair in August, fourteen members showed their calves, sheep, and hogs. At
the Wauconda poultry, corn, and grain show, sixteen members showed their projects.
Some FFA boys have made quite a record for themselves this year. Richard
Hartnell was awarded the American Farmer Degree at Kansas City, Missouri, while
Elmer Hartnell and Wayne Drom were awarded the State Farmer Degree at Urbana, Illi-
The annual pest eradication contest was an easy victory for Antioch over
Warren. Another activity is a seed-selling contest for the Food for Victory Pro-
F. F. A. OFFICERS
Left to right: Richard Wells,
'Earl Brixen, Elmer Hartnell, Bill
Dow, Milton Snith, Mr. Kutil.
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First Row: W. Reeves, H. Hagemann, T. Brett, S. Klass, J. Fields, D. Barnstable, B.
Chase, R. Stastny, K. Krueger. Second Row: Mr. Kroll, L. Nielsen, W. Petty, J. Nader
D. Kaufman, C. Maplethorpe, S. Good, R. Ellis, D. Gaa, Mr. Wolfinbarger. Third Row: E.
Brixen, L. Yopp, W. Calhoun, M. Wursbach, T. Smith, C. Dressel, N. Wilhelmi, A. Maple-
thorpe, M. Smith, W. Effinger, R. Scott.
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The HAH Club is composed of boys who have won major letters in athletics in
their high school term. When a boy earns a major letter, he is automatically in the
club. A boy who has won a major letter is entitled to wear a Fighting Sequiot Em-
blem on his left arm. He also is entitled to wear a service stripe for each letter
The HAH Club and Pep Club work in coordination with one another. Each year
they sponsor a show for which they sell tickets. The club which sells the least'
number of tickets gives a.partyfbr the other club. The HAH Club gave the party
which consisted of skating, skiing, tobogganning, refreshments, and dancing.
The sponsors for the HAH Club are Mr. Kroll and Mr. C. A. Wolfinbarger.
HAH CLUB OFFICERS
Left to right: D. Barnstable,
Mr. Kroll, J. Fields, S. Klass.
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Seated: A. Jones, D. Strang, P. Stastny, I. Ryan, E. Wilton, M. Harvey, Miss Culliton, Mr.
Wolfinbarger, S. Harness, E. Pedersen, S. McBride, B. Ashe, V. Smith, L. Elms. Second Row:
D. Scott, I. Maier, R. Winfield, R. Sibley, M. Polland, M. Kelly, L. Meinersmann, J. Felter,
T. Hennings, P. Palmer, T. Wimmer, M. Elfering, M. McGlynn, R. McGlynn, D. Morton, V. Flint.
Third Row: I. Holt, C. Sieben, T. Yopp, R. Zellhofer, J. Pregenzer, V. Poulsen, D. Merton,
L. Mlntc, F. Zimmermann, E. Grenus, B. Palaske, N. McBride, L. Bertzyk, R. Morley, B. Bussch
G. King, M. Hunter, J. Spanggard. Fourth Row: C. Waters, C. Wurster, D. Gross, C. Upton,
G. Hawkins, M. Setek, M. Hardtke, M. Ryan, A. Fox, P. Ryan, H. Schroeder, C. White, D. Edwar
G. Riedel, M. Peterson, D. Tanner, M. Gaides, P. Chops, J. Kallal.
The Pep Club is composed of girls who try to keep up the spirit of the
school, thus aiding the chance of the boys winning their athletic contests.
The activities were composed of having a dance and sponsoring a movie, with
the "A" Club, to raise money. This money was used for the cheerleaders' out-
fits and for sending the cheerleaders to tournaments.
Sponsors of the club were Miss Culliton and C. A. Wolfinbarger.
PEP CLUB OFFICERS
Left to right:
First Row: M. Hunter, L. Rhymer, J. Felter, H. VonHolwede,
C. Vykruta, J. Meyers.
Second Row: S. Good, D. Morton, H. Hagemann, B. Maplethorpe,
R. Trieger, L. Roblin.
La-de-a-de-ah! Swing it! That's the theme song of the jazz band. They have
been kept very busy with the social events this year.
The first social event for the jazz band was to play at the Homecoming Dance.
They played several numbers for the Veterans at Five Points. They also gave the
musical entertainment at an Air Raid Wardens' meeting.
The band also had a big
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They have practiced two
they are that.
On one occasion they were hired by the American
dance given at the Danish Hall for Washington's
-classical pieces. With
Legion to play at a Legion-
part in the concerts of the year. At the concerts
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old songs in swing time.
mornings every week so they could be "tops" and
AT THE SPRING CONCERT
First Row: IB. Bartlett, M. Setek, V. Poulsen, Mr. Von Holwede, D. Morton,
Second Row: D. Strang, I. Maier, M. Hardtke, P. Mattson, F. Zimmerman, N. McBride,
M. Hunter, S. McBride, M. Tiede.
Third Row: L. Parsons, H. Hagemann, S. Good, B. Dow, J. Meyers, R. Trieger, B.
Under the leadership of' Mr. Hans Von Holwede the chorus has done wonderful
work this year. Although small in number they produce a good quality of' singing.
They have had a big part in the two grand concerts of' the year. They sang
many songs a cappella and had a few solos by some of the members.
During one assembly the chorus entertained the student body by giving them a
brief synopsis of' some of the chorus numbers to be sung at the concert. Everyone
enjoyed it. Mr. Von Holwede has been very pleased with the chorus this year.
ASSEMBLY VOCALISTS VIRGINIA AND SARAH
First Row: L. Parsons, G. King, J. Spanggard, E. Barnstable, L. Truax, C. Madsen,
B. Bartlett, C. R. Upton, S. Klass, J. Nader, J. Meyers.
Second Row: B. Effinger, M. Hunter, J. Felter,.L. Rynmer, B. Dow, J. Message,
B. Ellis, B. Maplethorpe, T. Maplethorpe, L. Hutchison, R. Atwood, E. Fay,
L. Nielsen, C. Vykruta.
Third Row: S. Good, D. Morton, D. Gross, S. Rzysko.
Standing: H. Hagemann, G. Wi mer, M. Hardtke, I. Maier, Mr. Von Holwede, D. Burdick,
T. Hennings, P. Madsen, R. Trieger, L. Roblin, B. Petty.
Our band this year is larger and better than in previous years. There are
forty-six students in the band.
During the football season the band paraded through Antioch to advertise the
The band had large attendances at its concerts. The band played marches, vic
tory tunes, variations of old songs,and other band pieces.
Once the band had guest conductors who were boys of the basketball squad.
TROM ONE SECTION PRACTICES
F. Zimmenmann, E. Pedersen, S. Harness, L. Meinersmann, G. Pierce,
R- LHSCO, H. Hagemann, C. Fisher, W. Dow, J. Cunningham, B. Runyard,
R. McGlynn, R. Sibley, J. Pregenzer, C. White, M. Setek, A. Harvey,
K. Fields, D. Edwards.
The Junior Class presented Hwhat A Life,H a three act comedy by Clifford
Goldsmith, November l9 and 20.
The action is developed in the high school with the following characters
ing to the general confusion:
Miss Shea,the secretary of Mr. Bradley . . . . . . . . . . Edna Pedersen
Mr. Nelson, assistant principal interested in Miss Shea Howard Hagemann
Miss Patterson, teacher.of history . .' .......... Ruth McGlynn
Miss Pike, a teacher who's always got the chills . . . . June Kutil
Dot, a rambunctious student ........... . .Alice Harvey
Miss Eggleston, a particular teacher . . . Rosalie Sibley
Miss Johnson, gym instructor ..... . . Judy Pregenzer
Mrs. Vecchitto, a parent ........ . Louise Meinersmann
Henry Aldrich, student always in trouble ..... . . Jim Cunningham
Barbara Pearson, fascinated by Henry .......... Shirley Harness
Gertie, student who wants to sell everyone tickets . . Kathleen Fields
The principal, Mr. Bradley ............ ..... Bill Dow
Miss Wheeler, music teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frances Zimmerman
George Bigelow, a student who can't get along with Henry Charles Fisher
Mrs. Aldrich Henry's mother ............ Billie Maye Runyard
Mr. Ferguson, from police headquarters . . . . . . . . . . Ralph Lasco
student . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gerda Pierce
Miss Margaret McDorman directed the play.
Left to right: Earl Brixen, M. Hasneyg R. Pfannenstill,
H. Hagemann, B. Scheibe, C. Fisher, E. Hartnell, C. Sieben,
S. McBride, V. Poulsen, M. Smith, C. Wurster, B. Dow,
L. Minto, J. Cunningham, B. Sherman, P. Ryan.
nBest Foot Forwardnpresented by the Senior Class is a three act comed b
John Cecil Holmes. It is a story of a prom at Winsocki, a school for boys, and
the,pred1caments into which the boys got themselves when Bud brought Gale Joy,
a movie star who needed publicity, instead of his regular girl, Helen
The play was decided on by the Seniors one week after George Abbott
wired that the Broadway production was leaving New York and that the play
therefore was released for amateur production.
Mrs. C. B. Cass directed the play with C. A. Wolfinbarger and M. C. Krusa
assisting with the work of the play.
Rehearsals for nBest Foot Forwardn
First Row: P. Ryan, K. Fields, P. Harvey, I. Ryan, R. Winfield, Miss Culliton,
S. I...-L..-, C. Upton, A. Harvey, B. Bartlett, D. Edwards, R. McGlynn.
Second Row: B. Runyard, D. Strang, B: Busscher, E. Fay, A. Jones, E. Pedersen,
H. Hagemann, S. Harness, J. Pregenzer, G. King, L. Truax, M. Setek, H. Prince,
M. Ryan, I. Maier.
Third Row: V. Poulsen, R. Sibley, A. Thain, J. Kutil, C. Fisher, L. Minto, R.
Pfannenstill, M. Hunter, S. Klass, N. McBride, R. Scott, B. Palaske, T. Hennings,
DAWN U DL STQF?
The annual staff has worked hard to publish this annual in spite of dif-
ficulties with priorities. The co-editors were Ruth Winfield and Clara Wurster
and the adviser was Miss Culliton. Billie Maye Runyard ably assisted in making
the dummy and typing. The theme of the annual, "Army Life," was chosen by the
The skilled artists of our school did a splendid job in drawing the sket-
ches, and doing the cover and printing. The artists were Lura Jean Minto, Pat
and Irene Ryan, Ruth McGlynn, and Grace King.
Shirley Harness was in charge of the senior section for the yearbook. She
was assisted by Doris Edwards, Alice Harvey, Kathleen Fields, and Judy Pregenze
The Senior Will, Prophecy, and History were written by several of the Sen
iors--Theodora Hennings, Doris Strang, Virginia Poulsen, Clare Sieben, Charles
Fisher, and Lura Jean Minto. The stories for the annual were written by Allen
Thain, Raymond Scott, Betty Bartlett, Edna Pedersen, Mabel Hunter, and Alice
The typists who labored over the copy were Ella Fay, Roman Pfannenstill,
Doris Strang, Virginia Poulsen, and Alice Fox.
The formal pictures were taken by the North Shore Studio but Rosalie
Sibley as staff photographer, is responsible for the candid shots.
The other members of the staff identified pictures and did other odds and
ends that always come with an annual. ,
Ruth Winfield, C. Wurster
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First Row: M. Wurzbach, R. Ellis, J. Nader, W. Calhoun, B. Effinger.
Second Row: W. Reeves, B. Setek, E. Brixen, B. Maplethorpe, J.
Fields, T. Maplethorpe, C. Dressel, D. Barnstable.
Third Row: Coach Wolfinbarger, S. Klass, B. Chase, C. Dalbke,
D. Kaufmann, R. Stastny, L. Nielsen, T. Smith, L. Yopp, A. Kroll.
Fourth Row: D. Gaa, B. Bennett, R. Trieger, B. Hughes, D. Sieben,
M. Van Duzer, B. Chrapkowski, J. Sterbenz, S. Good.
Coach C. A. Wolfinbarger and the team marched to an un
defeated championship in the Northwest Conference this year
The Sequoits losing their first, tied their second and won
the last five. They set a conference record by scoring l29
points to the opponents 34 points.
DATE TEAM PLACE we They
Sept. 18 McHenry There O 6
Sept. 24 Warren There 7 7
Oct. 2 Barrington Home 25 7
Oct. 9 Bensenville Home 20 O
Oct. 16 Palatine Home 38 6
Oct. 25 NOPthbPOOk There 28 14
Oct. 50 Grant Homecoming 18 7
We are proud of the outstanding record set by the
Sequoits, their co-captains Bill Effinger and Earl Brixen,
and Coach C. A. Wolfinbarger.
First Row: T. Brett, S. Klass, L. Nielsen, R. Ellis, B. Effingsr.
Second Row: D. Kaufmann, J. Fields, C, Dressel, N, Wilhelmi,
D. Barnstable, Coach Wolfinbarger.
Coach Wolfinbarger's Sequoits won the District Cham-
pionship this year. They had a record of 17 victories and
5 defeats for the season and scored 771 points. Barnstable
was the high-point man with 305 points in 21 games. Fields
was second with 171 points for the season.
Ellis, W. Reeves,
Good, J. Nader,
Sterbenz, R. Trieger,
Roblin, A. Kroll.
First Row: L. Ellis, W. Reeves, H. Hagemann, C. Mirocko, R. January, L. Seger,
H. French, D. Gaa.
Second Row: Mr. Kroll, S. Good, R. Ellis, S. Klass, D. Kaufmann, M. Smith,
J. Nader, H. Smith,
R. Stastny, J. Cunningham,
Third Row: R. Wells, K. Krueger, L. Yopp, N. Wilhelmi, D. Barnstable, L. Nielsen,
B. Petty, E. Hartnell, R. Trieger.
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Klass in the
Antioch High was gifted with an exceptional performer in Dale
Dale without a doubt will go down in athletic history as one of
of Antioch High. His specialties were the high and low hurdles
mile. Other outstanding tracksters were Harry Smith and Sam
sprints. Norman Wilhelmi was a scorer in the weight events.
Howard Hagemann performed in the 440 and half mile. Other lads who revealed
talent were Richard Stastny, Stuart Good, Bill Petty, Herb Ellis, Dick Kauf-
mann, and Tom Brett,
TRACK BOYS IN ACTION
First Row: D. Kaufmann, T. Brett, J. Message, R. Scott, L. Nielsen,
T. Smith, W. Radtke, B. Chrapkowski, L. Ellis,
Second Row: M . Kroll, S. Klass, L. Yopp, N. Wilhelmi, D.
Barnstable, C. Dressel, J. Fields, R. Ellis, G. Severson, D. Gaa.
The 1943 baseball season was an outstanding one. The
pitching staff vas better than average with such outstanding
performers as Laurie Yopp, Jack Fields, and Arnold Bolton.
All three lads showed outstanding pitching ability. The bat-
ting department had such performers as Sam Klass, who proved
that he knew how to use the old stick. Other able batsmen
were Arnold Bolton, Dale Barnstable, and Tom Brett.
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