Antioch Community High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Antioch, IL)
- Class of 1948
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Mr. A. Bennett, Mr. E. Glenn, Mr. W. K. Hills, Mrs. H. Osmond.
and Mr. F. Scott
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Mrs. H. Osmond...Secreta1'y
Mr. A. Bennett
Mr. E. Glenn
Mr. F. Scott
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National Gold Emblem Poultry Judging Team at the Waterloo Dairy and Poultry
Congress, Waterloo, Iowa.
We, the students of Antioch Township High School, dedicate with the ut-
most respect and pride this Annual of l9M8 to Mr. C.L. Kutil, who, for the
past twenty-five years has shown sincere effort and interest as the Instruc-
tor of Vocational Agriculture and Chapter Advisor of the Future Farmers of
Mr. Kutil has accomplished many things in this community since his ar-
rival here about twenty-five years ago. And in speeches of praise, showered
upon him on his 25th anniversary, the most outstanding of his achievements
1,11-. Kumi C15 organized the first r.r.A. chapter in Illinois and helped
organize the state F.F.A. in Illinois. In recognition the F.F.A. paid him
their highest honor when a state delegation came unannounced and conferred
on him the medal of the Honorary State Farmer degree. Q25 He is known as the
father of the Lake County Fair Association which he fostered. C35 He is a
charter member of the Illinois Vocational Agriculture Teachers' Association
of which he was president in 1932 and 1933. CMD Mr. Kutil instituted agri-
culture in Antioch Township High School. f5l The organization of the Antioch
Poultry Association which later became Lake County Fair Association is cre-
dited to Mr. Kutil.
Mr. Kutil gives the following reasons for teaching: WIt is because
teaching is a mark of service of good citizenship. No one can he a good ci-
tizen on an empty stomach. China, Europe, both are chaotic because they are
hungry and can't think in terms of good citizenship. In America where there
is an abundance of food we have the best educated people in the world. By
teaching young people how to produce I believe we lay the groundwork of de-
mocracy. Keep agriculture healthy and America will retain national leadership!
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Tmonom n. Brmmw, Principal
Illinois State Normal,
State U. of Iowa, N-U-,
B- Ed., Mesa:
S tudent Council
ELMO W. EDWARDS, Assistant Principal
Southern Illinois U.,
Colorado State College:
General Science, Physics
MAB-TOBIE IDOOLITTLE IBAETHKE
Lake College of Commerce:
CAROL L. BIDINGER
AI"G Institute of Chicago:
JEAIINETTE M. DAELROUGH
Illinois State Normal,
Universal Institute of
Kansas, U. of Miami:
History, Economics, Civics
Plays, Sophomore Class
HARCISSUS ANN DOVOVAN LAY HARTLEY
Cerro Gordo, Ill.: B.S.Ed.: Aledo, Ill.: B. A., M. A.:
Illinois State Normal: Iowa State Teachers Colleje
Ph7eicml,Educatiow, Typ- U. of Minnesota, Columbia?
ing I, Junior Business Ihthematics, Geometry, Alfe
Training: bra: Senior Class
Sophovore Clmfs, G. A. A.
HAURICE R. KRUZAN
Pralirie city, Ill.: B. s.
fP.Ecl.D: U. of Illinois:
Biology, Physical Educa-
tiOIl, Athletic Diregtgr
Pep Club, "A" Club
Antioch, Illinois: B.S.:
U. of Wisconsin: Vocaf
Future Farmers of Amer.
IRIS MARTHA MdKINNEY
Antioch, Illinois: B.S
Illinois State Normal:
English I, II, IV!
Junior Class, Pep Club
Forreston, Illinois: B.S. in Ed
Northern Ill. State Teachers:
Home Ee. I, II, Chemistry:
Junior Class, F.H.A.
RICHARD IDUIS PAYITIC
Wood River, Ill.: .'B.Ed..
Illinois State Normal:
MELVIN M. STILLSON
Antioch, Illinois: ZB.S
Us of so Dakota! East
State Teachers Cvlleeie.
Colorado State College:
RAMONA LUIBEJKO SBEEELN
Antioch, Illinois: IB.A.
U. of Illinois:
Spanish I, II, English
III. IV, Library!
Senior Class, Annual
HAHS VON HGLWEDE
Blix! Edo, ELI-i0Bd.o, Mo!-Is:
Band, Chorus, Freshm.'a.z1
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Terre Haute' Indiana: wazseka, I11.- 1a.s.nf1
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Teachers College? Frezzgainclass
Mrs. A. Bluthart, Mrs. A. Beger. Mrs. E. Burnette
And Knot picturedj Mrs. E. Hhnsen........Cooks
Mr. C. Cunningham
Mr. H. Smith Mr. H. Gussarson
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Presily Bratrude Ernest Ja1111aI'y
Student Council, Annual Student Council, A.m1Ua.l
Club, Dremtics Club, A Club, Track, Football,
Club, Band, Chorus, Swing Basketball, Junior and
Band, Track, J'unior and Senior Plays, A Club,
Senior Plays, Basketball Vice-Pres., Chorus, Band
and Football. Class Pres. Ambition: Lead e. happy
Ambition: "President life.
Bratrude always sounded
good. to me."
Dolores Miller Robert Kraft
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Student COU-I1Ci1, Band.. A Club, Azmuz-Ll Club,
Chorus. Junior Play, Baslcetball, Football,
G-A.A- , Class Treas. Track.
Ambition! Write 8. 110015 Ambition: Professional
about nv family. Basketball .
Pep Club, Home Ec Club,
Ambition: Photographer .
Home Ec Club, Pep Club,
Almnual Club, Student
Council, Junior Play,
Chorus, Class Treas.
Ambition: Go to China.
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Earl W. Brabandt Gloria Sue Brisson
Student Council, Band, G.A.A., Pep Club, Annual
Junior Play, Chorus. Club. Chorus. F.H.A.
Ambition: Become a Trans. Waukegan, '07-
famous singer. Ambition: Marry a base-
G.A.A. Pres., All-
Stars, Student Counr
cil, Chorus, Annual
Club Co-Editor, Pep
Club, Junior P1353
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Student Coungil, Bend,
A Club, Swing Band, Track,
Ambition: Always have
e. good. time.
Virginia Gaa. Lavoid Crawford
G.A.A., Pep Club, All- Football, A Club.
Stars, Ammual Club, Ju- Ambition: Chemical
nior Play, Chorus, FHA, Engineer.
Student Council -
Ambition: Model .
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F.F.A. , Chorus.
Ambition: Truck Driver.
Annual Club, Swing Band,
Band, Chorus, Track.
Ambition: Make nv nsax'
Don Lee Holem
B:3,Sk'.e'bb:?.ll , Track.
Edwin Kania Dallas Karolius
"A" Club, Track, Chorus, Pep Club, Home
Football. Ec Club.
Ambition: Draftsman Ambition: Travel.
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F.F.A. Student Council, Axmual
Ambition: I-Lay have one Club and Staff, A Club,
in five years. Basketball, Football,
Track, Junior and Senior
Ambition! Be a, success
Donna Las co
G-AMA., Pep Club, All-
Stars, AIl.11UL'L1 Club,
Home Ec Club.
Ambition: To own, raise,
and milk a 1,000-pound
Home EC Club, Chorus.
Student Council, Band
Swing Band, Chorus,
Junior Play, nAn Club
Football, Track, and
Ambition: Success in
W5.17.ia.m Morris Marvin C. Muleslci
"Wild Bill" "Marv"
Football, Basketball, Baslretball, Junior Play
Track. Ambition: Aviation.
Amb ition: Travel
Alice Ifzwio Olsen
Pep Club, A.nmJ,'z,l Club,
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Ambition: Travel West.
Virginia. Lee Ostrander
Pep Club, Chorus.
Adele Risch Margaret Runyard
Annual Staff, Student Pep Club, Home Ee Club,
Council, Homecoming. G.A.A.
Trans. West Chicago Ambition! Nurse.
Pep Club, A.n.nu.a,1 Club,
G.A.A., Band, Junior
Ambition: President of
a gum factory.
Student Council, .A.m1ua.1
Club, Pep Club, Chorus.
Trans. Chicagfo, 'L1lp.
Track, Band, Annual
Pep Club, Annual Club,
Home Ec Club, Chorus.
Student Council, Home
Ec Club, Annual Club.
Ambition: Make the
right man happy.
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Margaret Anderson--my late hours after school for typing to anyone who has the
Pat Anderson--my secret ambition to Dolly Ries.
Cliff Bartlett--my huge physique to Irving Buchta.
Earl Brabandt--my job as Santa Claus to Buz Haviland.
Pres B atrude--my 'way' with the uomen to George Miller.
Gloria Brisson--my 'quiet ways' to Verna Kufalk.
Joan Conrad--my steady beau to anyone who thinks she can get him.
Joe Cosgrove--my lost teeth on the football field to anyone who can find them.
Lavoid Crawford--my bashfulnese I!! to Bob Simon.
Virginia Gaa--my short skirts to Ruth Czapar.
Gordon Gebhardt--my milk truck driving to any underclassman.
Ralph Gresene--my way of telling jokes during class to Harry Conrad.
Jim Hairrell--my occasional autumn visits to the watermelon patches to Don
Don Holem--my quiet ways to Rance Beedle.
Ernie January--my 'golden silence' to Ronald Henrickson.
Dallas Karolius--m love of school to Jean Byrd.
Ed Kania--my ways of figuring 'math' in my head to anyone who has to write it
Bob Kraft--my bumps and bruises on the basketball court to Lee Zoellner.
Bob Keulman--my dirty hands from rotten tomatoes to Jim Phillips.
Whitey Kuligowski--my blond hair to anyone who has enough bleach to keep it
Donna Lasco--my song, 'The Too Fat Polka' to Florence Bolton.
Logan Lundgren--my 'blazing speed' to Vic Conrad.
Arlene Malm--my wonderful summer tan to Jackie Schroeder.
Ken Mattson--my squeaky seat in English IV to any up-and-coming senior who can
keep it in tune.
Dolly Miller-my strength to Annette Garver.
Bill Morris--my shyness to Lee Thulin.
Marvin Muleski--my ability to study to Jack Mahoney.
Alice Olsen--my crush on 'that man' to Pat Kelleher.
Virginia Ostrander--my uptown excursions to Betty Erickson.
Adele Risch--my petite figure to Virginia Petersen.
Margaret Runysrd--my school manners to all freshmen.
Clarice Schultz--my ability on history maps to Johanna Cobb.
Harry Shank--my detours on sudden trips to the office to Pete Poulos.
Dorothy Thompson--my height to Margaret Winfield.
Bob Thompson--my skating ability to Elsie Farnsworth.
Shirley Vos-,my 'clean locker' to Jane Hunter.
Warren Wells--my abilities in agriculture to Jack Heick.
Helen Winfield--my gentle basketball playing to Janice Runyard.
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Remember when we were Freshmen? Everything was new to us and we were plen-
ty frightened as we first went through those numerous doors at A. T. H. S. Our
class of 'll-8 was small in number, but under the careful supervision of our class
advisor-s,,Miss Hartley and Mr. Kutil, everything went along nicely. For officers
we elected: President, Joe Cosgrove: Vice-president, Ken Mattson: Secretary. Bill
Roepenach: Treasurer, Barbara Tiede. The Sophomores gave a party for us on Oct.
13 in order to become-acquainted with us. The football boys honored us by elect-
ing Ann De John as freshman attendant to the Queen's Court. Eldalou Elwood and
Presily Bratrude represented our class in the Student Council. On March 3 we
gave a return party for the Sophomores, and then we ended our first year at high
school with a picnic at Fox Grove.
The following September we returned to school in order to complete our se-
cond year at A. T. H. S. We started the year off with a bang by giving a wel-
come party for the Freshmen. Several of our girls joined G. A. A. , and most of
our boys proved to be the athletic type. The football team chose Virginia Gaa
as Sophomore attendant to the Q,ueen's Court for the Homecoming festivities. Our
class officers were Robert Thompson, president: Tom Suzuki, vice-president, and
Virginia Gea, secretary: Walter Kuligowslci, treasurer. Helen Tinker, Dorothy
Thompson, Joe Cosgrove, and Tom Suzulci were our representatives in Student Coun-
cil. We had become pretty well acquainted with everyone and had many new friends.
The following year we had to make moneygffor the Junior-Senior Prom. This
was accomplished by selling candy bars under the supervision of Marge Anderson.
On November ljth and lf-Lth, we presented our play "Just Duckgyn under the hand of
Miss Darrough. Joan Conrad was Junior attendant to the Queen's Court. Mrs.
Sheehan became our class sponsor. Pat Anderson, Helen Winfield, Dolores Miller,
Presily Bratrude. Kenneth Mattson, and Walter Kuligowski were the Junior rep-
resentatives to Student Council. The class officers were Ken Mattson, president:
Joe Cosgrove, vice-president: Joan Conrad, secretary: and Pat Anderson, trea-
surer: Our Junior year at A. T. H. S. ended with the Junior-Senior Prom. We
used a roof garden setting with a fence of stars around the refreshment tables.
This year we enjoyed a lovely picnic at the Petrified Springs.
This year we enjoyed the rights given to the Seniors only. The football
boys chose Dolores Miller as Queen of the Homecoming festivities and Adele Risch
shared honors as Senior attendant to the Queen's Court. The Senior boys were
even more active than before in sports: Ken Mattson was chosen as president of
the Student Council. Adele Risch, Joan Conrad, Virginia Gee., Dorothy Thongoson,
Presily Bratrude, Whitey Kuligowslci, Earl Brabandt, Ernie January were our re-
presentatives in Student Council. Our class officers were: Presily Bratrude,
president: Ernie January, vice-president: Dolores Miller, secretary: and
Robert Kraft, treasurer.
Have you ever been to a wrestling match? o? Well then, accompany me to
one you can't afford to miss.
The huge arena was packed to capacity. The clamor of the crowd was deaf-
ening. I slowly stumbled down the aisle in a frantic search for my seat. My
foot slipped and I found myself sprawled at the feet of a couple who seemed
strangely familar. No wonder, they were Cliff Bartlett and his enchanting
wife, the former Arlene Malm. Cliff helped me to my feet and explained that
he and Arlene had just opened a novelty shop in Antioch. I promised I would
drop in soon and then hurried on my way.
As I entered the row of seats behind the radio anouncers, I heard a voice
calling in the background, 'Peanutsi Popcorn! Get them while they're hot!!'
I turned, seeking a glimpse of the owner of the voice and was astonished to
find that it belonged to none other than Earl Brabandt. He was working here
trying to strengthen his voice for his new operatic role.
Finally, settled in my seat, I gazed around at the people surrounding the
ring. Directly accross from me sat Pat Anderson, who had just returned from
doing missionary work in China, and her very able co-worker, Marvin Muleski.
Suddenly everything snapped into action. The announcer, who sat directly
in front of me, announced the beginning of the main event--Bone Crusher
Hairrell vs. Killer Kuligowski.
I was startled when I discovered on closer inspection that the announcer
was my old school mate, Ernie January.
The fighters entered the ring amid the cries of the crowd. Their mana-
gers were with them. Don Holem proved to be Bone Crusher's manager. The
suave man-about-town, Bob Kraft, was Killer's manager. I had heard that Bob
became interested in wrestling after he got bored counting his millions. His
wife, Adele Risch, back in our school days, sat at the ringside nervously
twisting her handkerchief. It has been rumored that Adele also has made mill-
ions in the field of advertising. One of her biggest accounts is that of Ed
Kania, now a famous dress designer. Ed's wife, the former Gloria Brisson,
serves as his main inspiration and model.
Flash bulbs made sudden blinding lights, and it was a few minutes before
I could see that the pictures were being taken by Margaret Anderson, head pho-
tographer on her husband's paper. Warren Wells has really made a great suc-
cess of the 'Antioch Bugle.'
I noticed that the fighters had also brought along their doctors. Bone
Crusher's doctor was none other than Shirley Vos. Her assistant, Margaret
Runyard, looked very capable in her charming white uniform. Killer's doctor
proved to be Bob Thompson. His wife, the former Clarice Schultz, sat with
Adele Risch at the fingside. Clarice has now become a very famous mortician.
She and Bob work hand in hand. The Killer's wife sat on the other side of
Clarice. I was startled to see that she was the former Alice Olsen. Alice's
hairdo was really extraordinary. I was sure she must have had her hair done
at Dorothy Thompson's Beauty Salon. Dorothy has been creating hair styles for
By this time the fight had started. I sat on the edge of my seat and
yelled with the rest of the crowd. Often the referee had to part the fighters.
Were my eyes deceiving me, or was the referee Ralph Gresens? Yes, it was!
Bone Crusher picked the Killer up and swung him madly above his head. He
shouted, 'Here, Honeyt' and threw the Killer from the ring and into the lap of
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his wife. bmy, Donna "Babe" Lasco picked up the Killer and threw him
back: shouting, "You can have him".
A gasp came from behind me. I turned to find Dallas Karolius,
owner of the Karolius Telephone Company, and Virginia Gaa, now a house-
wife and mother, seated behind me. Next to Dallas sat Helen Winfield
and her husband. Harry Shank. Harry and Helen both are teachers at
A.T.H.S. now. Next to Virginia sat Bill Morris and Bob Keulman,
partners on the operation of the Honest B's Used Car Lot.
I returned to the fight to witness the end of the third round.
There was to be a brief intermission while JoseyhJoe's Hot Licks env
tertained the crowd.
JoseyHJoe Cosgrove led his band into the ring. Two of the meth
bers were old friends - Pres Bratrude and Ken Mattson. This band
was really going places, I had heard, and I found m self wishing they
would. They were terrible!
To take my mind off the noise coming from the ring, I again looked
around at the crowd. There down the aisle came the great movie actor,
Gordon Gebhardt, and his beautiful wife, Dolores Miller. Margaret
was right in there to get a picture.
Logan Lundgren, sole owner of the Lundgren Dairies, and his wife,
the former Virginia Ostrander, sat with the Crawford's. Mrs. Craw-
ford was the former Joan Conrad. Joan has been driving a bus on
Lavoid's bus lines. Lavoid got tired of paying so much out in bus
fare, so he bought the bus lines.
I suddenly realized that I had been missing the rest of the
fight. I turned back to the ring just in time to hear Ralph declare
Bone Crusher the winner. The Killer was limping from the ring on
the arm of his doctor.
Who would ever have believed that little James Hairrell could
beat huge Whitey Kuligowski? Hell, no one can tell what will hap-
pen in the future.
The class of NMQW this year had H
taste of life as upperclassmen and the
responsibility that goes with it.
At our first meeting, we elected
Tom Poulos, president: Bob simon, vice-
president: Beverly Lasco, secretary? and
Bob Scott, treasurer.
At the annual coronetion of the
Homecoming Queen, the junior class was
represented by Marlene Nader.
Row I-R. Scott, Miss H. Meiners,
. On November 7th and Sth, the public
R' Slmon was treated to a light comedy 'Miss Ad-
ROW II-T' Poulos' B' Lasco' ventureu. The funds from.this went to
Miss I' McKinney finance the cron in May.
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J. Hunter, H. Jarnigo, A. Berthel, Miss McKinney, Y. Lux, J. Hughes,
J. Zimmerman, R. Scott, J. Phillips, G. Miller, R. Kiefer, H. Reckers
R. Stearns, L. Riedel, E. Farnsworth, J. Cobb, A. Popp, E.fGEng,
J. Smoc, E. Grams, T. Poulos
. Flint, M. Ries, E. Edwards, B. Lasco,
To supplement the
funds from this,the play,
the class sold hotdogs
and pop at games and
sponsored llJ.A.G. Dances"
following some of the Q up Q hee,-leaders
football and basketball
The prom was held on
May 22nd. The theme was
Dutch and the dance and
dinner were enjoyed by
all who attended.
E-Wk-""'4-XWCV5 G'eor1e.,-uxe Venclor
Row 1- J. Hunter. V. Kufalk, J. Schroeder, Miss Heiners, G. Gossell, A. Appani-
tis, W. Polsgrove.
Row 2- N. Reeves, D. Py, R. Goa, A. Duccom nn, W. Vos, L. Riegler, L. Keating
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Row 3- F. McKinney, R. Simons, R. Steitskal, P. Portwich, G. Weber, R. Hendrich.
sen, H. Elfring. V. Conrad
The sophomore class, since its
freshman Hdaze,n still remains the
largest in school - a fact of which
we are very proud.
In our first meeting of the year
we elected our class officers: presi-
dent, Bob Wilton, vice-president, Jim
Kennedy, secretary, Jack Mahoney, and
treasurer, Peter Poulos.
Our representatives to the Stu-
dent Council were: Betty Jean.McDou-
gall, Mary Ann Quilty, Peter Poulos,
Jack Mahoney. Patricia Kelleher, at-
tendant to the queen's court at Home-
coming, was escorted by Peter Poulos.
Row I-J. Kennedy, P. Poulos,
R. Wilton, Miss Donovan
Row II-Mr. Paynic, Miss Darrough,
Row l- M. Bushing, D. Sorenson, B. Barthel, B. Durr, M. Miller, D. Holt,
Row 2- L. Crawford, W. Von Bruenchenhein, M. Furland, R. Raether, D. Shank,
Row 5- Miss Darough, J. Onstead, E. Abbs, R. Wilton, M. Stillson, G. Keat-
Row M- R. Engfors, W. Schlegel, P. Poulos, J. Kennedy, R. McCann, H. Cardiff,
J. J. Heick, R. Oliver
Our sophomore boys of whom we
are very proud were outstanding in f x 1
sports. The majority of them turned ,.. ,A
out for games and practice at every 5
We were well nrepresented in all
clubs and activities. The girls
showed their talents in the C-.A.A
basketball tournament by taking
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Row l- J. Mmhonegf, F. Wolfe, M.'Quilty, Tiles Donovon, W. Howell, L. Hgpggigqs,
Raw 2- L J. IECDOLLT-ll, Beedle, J. Vos, G. Hells, D. Schultz, W. 31-idf-yer,
R- Anderson, J. Strwetz,
Row 3- R. Carver, J. Hojem, C. Greenlee, TZ. Il. Cartnbell, L. Erickson, J.. Rent
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32iTGd. J- Kiehl. J. Crawford, J. Peterson, P. Pregenzer B Bauer
R. Webb, V. Wilson,
Stevens, I. Buchta, T. Bolton,
V051 C- GENE. Rl Dieball, G. Dovell, B. Freund, R. Luckel L Zoeliner
Carpenter, R. Small
We started out this year with a,
class of 71 bewildered freshmen. The
Sophomores gave us a get-acquainted
party on October 10. All girls were
requested to wear aprons and all the
'boys wore overalls. A prize was given
to the best apron and the best pair of
overalls. Betsy Message won the prize
for aprons and Richard Bernhard recei-
ved. a prize for the best overalls. B
The freshmen returned the party in the Row I-T. Haviland, G. Swenson
Spring, Row II-B. Haviland, Miss Wessels,
Our officers were Bernard Havi- V01 Holwedev M5-SS wehr'
land., president: George Swenson, vice- -U' COSZWOVG
president: Bernard Cosgrove, treaswer:
and Tom Haviland, secretary.
Row I-J. Runyard, G. Einfeldt, H. Conrad, Mr. Von Holwede, P. Ward, F. Badtke,
Row II-A. Garver, J. Troesch, J. Evans, G. Swenson, J. Miller, G. Irvingg,
D. Sanger, C. Brownlee, B. Burnette
Row III-R. Bernhard., F. Dittmer, C. Hamlin, J. Andersen, A. Mattson, V. Peter-
sen, B. Erickson, T. Haviland, R. Coulombe, G. Schultz
Row I-D. Appanaitis, R. Haalz, E. Von Bruenchenhein, Miss Web:-, O. Renniclc,
G. Pierce, C. Horizon
Row I1-W. W'lJl'St6I', J. Chope, P. Freund, S. Testdorf, K. Rendell, A. Schneider
J. Hawkins, N. Horner, R. Morley
Row III- P. Weber, P. Hogan, L. Bock, M. Curnes, V. Reinlcing, F. Mattson,
D. Corbin, J. Harden
Row I-W. Huclcer, H. Otterness, V. Rennick, Miss Wessels, N. Pirson, B. Message,
Row II-R. Bunl:e1ma.n, I.. Schroeder, P. Skeans, E. Karolius, B. Haviland, G. S11111
van, M. Schrmipf, W. Holt, R. Yopp
Row III-M. Baran, W. Belcher, C. Haling, B. Cosgrove, ID. Deering, T. Gajewgki,
L. Thulin, L. Eppers, L. Ring
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Co-editors--Joan Conrad, Pat Anderson
Business Manager--Joan Smoc
Sports--Ernie January, W. Kuligowski
Clubs--Verna Kufalk, A. Barthel
Senior pages--Elsie Farnsworth
Snapshots--Jane Hunter, A. Garver
Assemblies, plays--D. Lasco, B. Lasco
Music--Ralph Gresens, V. Gaa
Subscriptions--P. Anderson, D. Thompson
Will,-Prophecy--J. Hunter, D. Lasco,
1- G. Keating, M. Campbell, J. Smoc, R. Simon, Mrs. Sheehan, R. January,
G. Saylor, J. Onstead,
2- A. Garver, B. Lasco, P. Anderson, B. Bauer, N. Jarnigo, M. Webb,
J. Strametz, June Hunter, Jane Hunter,
5- J. Schroeder, R. Gresens, R. Thompson, D. Thompson, V. Kufalk, R. Kraft,
W. Kuligowski, M. Quilty, J. Runyard,
lt- B. Barthel, M. Nader, E. Geng, B. Terry, L. McCann, J. Cobb, p, Kelleher,
D. Lasco, J. Conrad, J. Midgley, A. Barthel, E: Farnsworth, J. Peterson,
5- B. J. McDougall, M. Anderson, D. Verke, A. Olsen, A. Rentner, C. Schultz
L. Keating, L. Erickson.. S. Vos, V. Gaa, C. Greenlee, R. Beadle ,
The Annual Club is organized
for the purpose of editing our year-
Anyone interested in working
on the preparation for the annual
is welcome to Join. The larger the
membership the greater success of
At the beginning of the school
year, Joan Conrad and Pat Anderson
were electeg co-editors, Robert
Thompson treasurer, Joan Smoc busi-
With the help of our advisorx
Mrs. Sheehan, the staff, and the co-
editors have been able to offer you
this yearly book of the schoo1's
Row 1- P. Anderson, J. Conra
Row 2- Mrs. Sheehan, J. Smoc
Row 1- R. Thompson, W. Kuligowski, D. Thowpson, R. Gresens, V. Kufalk, E. Jan q
Pow 2- Cane Hunter, E. Lasco, J. Feterson, V. Gag, Hrs. Sheehan, J, Suoc,
IE. Ancjerson, P. Anoerscm, A. GQ:-ver,
Row 3- E. Earnsworth, A. Barthel, G. Seylor, A. Olsen, J. Cobb, C. Schultz,
J. Conrad, D. Lasco
C7-qu. cafe, 5F7a,f1nez'6 Of F2mer'I'CH
The years of l9LL7 and U-18 were good
years for the Antioch Future Farmers of
share of prizes in our ,judging and fair
work. Our poultry team vent first to G
the S tate and then to the National Poul-
try and Grain Judging Contest. Kennedy
Heuer, Warren Wells and Gordon returned
with gold and silver emblems. The team
was one of the five highest ranking
teams of the country, which entitled
them to a 381.31 prize.
Allen Geihel won the Grand Charmi-
on placing with his Brox-m Swiss heifer
'both et the ll-H Fair here at Antioch
and at the Elgin F.F.A. Fair. Row I-Mr. Kutil, Warren Wells,
Much credit is due the excellent I George Miller
work Mr. Kutil has done with the boys. Row II-Gordon Gebhardt, B.
Rremmd, N. Elfering
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Row I-W. Belcher, G. Swenson, N. Horner, Mr- K1-11211. F. McKinney, R. Raether,
J. Cosgrove u
Row II-J. Chops, W. Wurster, G. Schultz, E. Von Bruenchenhein
Row III-R. Keulman, I.. Halukins, G. Gossell, I. Buchta, G, Lfiller, L, LU-ndgren
W. Well, II. Elfering
Row IV-G. Wells, L. Zoellner, C. Gong, G. Pierce, G. Gebhardt, B. Freund,
GR. Steislml, J. Heirclc, R. McCann, J. Hiller, G. Irving
America. Chapter. We won more than our f
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This is the one club organized in our
school for the boys who have earned mejor
letters in some sport, such as basketball,
football, or track. To earn a major letter
e boy must train for at least one sjort.
On I-hrch 8th, za. banquet was given in
honor of the athletes hy the Antioch Lions
During the year, one boy from the
senior class is elected to heme his name
engraved on the Good Sportmanship Trophy.
This year the boy honored was Ken Mattson.
vho is also the president of the club.
Other officers of the club ere, Edwin
Xenia, vice-presidentg Presily Bratrude,
Row 2-K. Mattson, Coa,chKru.za.11.
Coach Kruzan, E. Wieczorek, I. Buchta. R. Wilton, L. Crawford, W. Kuli
gowski, Mr. Paynic
P. Bratrude, K. Mattson, E. Kania. G. Miller, R. Thompson, P. Poulog
R. Radtke, T. Poulos, L. Zobllner, L. Reidel, R. Simon, E. January,
J. Cosgrove, L. Crawford
R. Scott, IL Kraft. W. Morris. 3- Gee, F. Wolf, G. Weber
Row I- Miss N. D onovan, sponsor:
14.1. Quilty, secretary:
Bow II- Joan Conrad, presidentg
Joan 'Smoc, vice-president:
Betty Jean McDougall, trea-
e The G.A.A. is an athletic club for
all girls who are interested in sports.
It is Under
the supervision of Miss N.
- In order to become a member, all
prospective members are required to turn
practices to earn one-
out for enough .
hundred points which will enable them
to join the club. The first sport this
year was kickball. Members took part
in an informal initiation program during
an assembly, and after school the tra-
ditional fornnl ceremony was held.
Heads of the various sports this year
were: Donna Lasco, kiclcballg Clarice
Schultz, volleyball: June Hunter, 'bas-
ketballz Joyce Strametz, baseball: and
Fern Mattson, bowling.
Row l- Iiiss Donovan, 3. Qauer, IS. uilt' E. Gen J. S 1 6,
Q. J: fi. clroe er, V. I1,1f3,1L:,
U. Von Brmezmchenhein, B. Lo,-soo,
P-QU 2- M. Webb, If. Hiller, J. Smoc, D. Hiller, D. Schultz, V. Gan, 3. Terry
E. F:j.rns'.':orth, J. Zlarcfen, Q ' '
ROV 13- L. Ping, P. Kelleher, L. Bach, V. Peterson, J. Conrad, J. Hughes,
IIcDoUgall, IT. Jarnifjo, J. Peterson
1- J. Schroeder, E. Gang, D. Lasco, V. Gaa, A. Barthel,
w 2- J -Hunter, J. Conrad, E. Farnsworth, Miss Donovan, V. Kufelk, H. Jarnigo
C. Schultz, J. Hunter.
Row 1- D. Lnsco, A. Mattson, C. Greenlee, R. Adamson. J' Bunyard, L- MCCaHR,
J. Onsteed, Miss Donovan,
Row 2- A. Schneider, Jane Hunter, June Hunter. N. Reeves. R- 323519. H- Nader
E. Karolius, V. Wilson, J. Strametz,
Row 3- M. Curnes, B. Erickson, A. Berthel, C. Schultz, H. Camptell, D. Py,
F. Nattson, B. Berthel, P. Weber
N. Jarnigo, June Hunter, A. Barthel, Jane Hunter, J. Conrad
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Row 1- J. Smoc, L. Erickson, M. Quilty, J. Onstead, M. Campbell,
Row 2- Mr. Kruzan, B. Lasco, N. Jarnigo, P. Weber, E. Geng, F. Mattson
June Hunter, Jane Hunter, Miss McKinney,
Bow 3- L. Ring, A. Barthel E. Farnsworth, A. Mattson, A. Rentner,
V. Peterson, B. Barthel, D. Karolius
The Pep Club is an organization of stu-
detns that give 1.-rith plenty of 'oomph' at
the games, in order to support our team
and cheerleaders. All the members sit to-
gether at the games making a large and vi-
gorous cheering section. This year we
printed sheets of our cheers and passed
them out to the audience at one of the
pep assemblies, in orderto acquaint all
students with the cheers.
The 19l+7-19-'48 officers are: Joan Smoc,
president: Donna Lasco, vice-president:
Row I- Verna Kufalk, Joan Smog, June Hunter, secretary: and Verna Kufalk,
Mr. I-I. Kruzan '01'eaSU-1'e1'-
Row II- Donna Mae Lasco, Miss I.
Mcginney, June Hunter The Pep Club also sold candy at the
games and sponsored dances in order to
raise money for the club needs.
Row l- Mr. Kruzan, E. Erickson, D. Thompson, G. Keating, J. Runyard,
Row 2- A. Garver, M. Webb, B. Terry, L. Keating, P. Anderson, V. Ostrander,
RQW 3- B. J, McDougall, D. Lasco, N. Curnes, C. Greenlee. C. Schultz,
J. Conrad, M. Nader. J. Peterson
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o The Future Home Akers of America made
their first e.jJjee.rrn1ce at Antioch H5-Sh
this year. The officers are Joanne Hidgley
president: Arlyn Schneider vice-president?
Shirley Ross, secretary: Enid Knrolius,
treasurer: Mary Rose Uebb, activity chair-
The organization is for HOHSIECODQMQCS
A girls and is FL nat:,on.s,l OI'ffE'?,Z'llZR"QlOl1.
. x F. E, A. sjonsored Q strre show for
y- the rothers of the Hg:maEconomics girls
Row 1- A. Schneider' E. zarolius, oefore Christmas, and had 1 joint party
H. Webb, with the F. F. A. for Velentines' Dey.
now 2- J. rndgely, :nes Hemel-S 1 V? We YOUQTT- 2116 ftmselirmc. but the
6DtHuS1QSD of tne members gives great pro-
mise for next year.
Bow 1- F. Bolton, D. Schultz, Miss Meiners, D. Verke, L. Keatlng, J. Troesch,
Row 2- N. Pirson, J. Hawkins, J. Kiehl, B. Durr, E. Karolius, A. Schneider,
Row 3- V. Wilson, J. Anderson, J. Midgely, D. Corbin, L. McCann, D. Sorenson,
Bw I-M. Nader, K. Mattson,
Row II"'Ee' Janualvf we
The Student Council is an
organization of representatives
from each class. Officers for
this year are Kenneth Mattson,
presidentg Ernest January, vice
presidentg and Marlene Nader,
secretaryg and W. Kuligowski,
During this year the council
was in charge of the Homecoming
which included the pow-wow, and
parade, and dance. During the
Christmas season they inaugura-
ted the idea of decorating the
class rooms and putting up dec-
orations in the halls. Another
activity of the Council is
'Eighth Grade Day' at which time the future freshmen are invited to
visit our school to get acquainted with high school Iork and the build-
ing. Last November twelve of the members went to the northern district
meeting at De Kalb, Illinois.
Rev 1- Jane Hunter, U. Kuligovski, H. Qpilty, 3. January, D. Thompson, E.
Brabandt, Juno Hunter,
Row 2- Hr. Birkhead, J. Conrad, L. Bach, Y. Gan, J- J- nCDOuC3ll, H. Under
Row 3- F. McKinney, P. Poulos, I. Mattson, Jf H honey, R. Scott, P. Bratruc
R. Simon, H. Conrad
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The Sequoits had the material
this year, but couldn't find. e. working
combination. The results were that
they lost eight straight games.
Injuries had taken their toll
this Fall, handicapping many of us.
Some of the games were close
and others were not. We have one
f consolation-Whitey Kuligowskzi
placed on the All-Conference second
Row 1- 3, Haviland, Ted Gajewski, R. Bernhzadt, F. Dittmer, R. Morley,
L. Crawford, W. Holt, R- YOPP.
Row 2- P. Ward, H. Otterness, J. Mahoney. H. Conrad. C- HP.1i11E'5. G- SVGZTSOYI,
R. Gan, R. Simon, L. Zoellner,
Row 3- Mr. Ki"u.za,n, A. Appenaitisf, K. Mattson, R. Wilton, I. Buchte., W. Kul-
isfom-rslci, R. Thomivson, E. Kania. M' Stillsfxl. F. Wolfe, Hr. Pagfnic,
Row LL- ET Wieczorek, P. Poulos, L. Cram-rford, P. Bratrude, E- Jeni?-TY. R-
Scott, R. Kraft, C. Geng, L. Reidel T. Poulos, B. Cosgrove
This year's Junior Varsity was
one of the best in recent years.
The year began with the team's
winning the first seven games. After
that, they ran into a bad streak,
causing them to finish the season
with an 11-7 record.
As most of the ball club consis-
ted of sophomores, it is planned that
some valuable additions to the team
will be made next year.
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Pow 2- W. Holt, C. Geng, J. Hojem, R- Vos. Mr- Perslc,
HGV 3- H. Cardiff, L. Zoellner, R. Luchek, R- 33539, P- POulOs
The Varsity of this year had only
one returning letterman and seemed de-
stined for a poor season, but improve-
ment and spirit gave rise to a success-
The league was well balanced and
many of the games were Yery close.
The Fighting Seguoits took second
place in the holiday tournament at
Wauconda, heating the host the first
night, but bowing to Horthbrook in the
Coach Kruzan was well satisfied
with the fourth place standing of our
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gl 7 Z VA 1 t Rom 1- J, Hairrell, M, Hulegki, R. Scott, L. Crawford, W. Morris, V. Conrad.
Row 2- C, Bgytlett, P, Bratrude, I. Buchta, W. Wells, E. January, T. Poulos.
gow 3- L, Reidel, H, Shank, D. Holem, wi Kuligowski, K. Mattson, R. Thofpson
R. Kraft, Mr. Xruzan,
Row M- R. Heath, R. Gaa, A. Ducommun, G. Gossell, A. Appanaitis, F. Hc-
Kinney, D. Deering
Ernest J anuary P1'6SilY Bmtn'-de
Walter Kuligowski Robert Kraft Irving Buehta
Antioch Track Squad, W5-D-T1G1'S
of the Northwest Conference and
defending champions, are looking
forward to another successful sea-
With most of the lettermen 'back
the coming season looks hopeful,
with Bob Kraft in the 'pole vault:
Ken Mattson in the hurdles: Whitey
liuligowslci in the weight department:
gud Ernie Ja,nu.a.1'y in the distance
The chorus this year was made up of
sixty-three members. Although the group
was fairly small, the sections were ve-l-
belnnced. The Christngs Concert N15 given
December 23. For this gala occasion. the
chorus sang several songs in the spirit
of Christmas. Now the chorus is practic-
ing for the Festival Day et Efieuconda. and
the Spring Concert. Mr. Von Holwede, the
director, seems very confident that the
chorus members who participate in the con-
cert at Weuconda will give a pleasant show-
ing for our school. The songs to be sung
for the Spring Concert vary from light,
gay melodies to more solemn songs of wor-
ship. It is hoped by Mr. Von Holwede and
the entire chorus that those attending the
Spring Concert will enjoy the choral
T. Poulos, H. Webb, P. Anderson, JZ lkdaoney, B, Burnett, W. Pierso
E. Brah rendt ,
R. Gresens, K. I-httson, ID. Thompson, I-2. Simon, J, Rum,aZ,d B .mreund
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P. Weber, D. Karolius, A. Barthel, B. Terry, D, PV, F. Mattqon I,
Miller, J. Kiehl,
J- Ihiidsely. A- Popp. E. Gene. A- Olsen. v. Petersen, P. Kelleher M,
Curnes , M . Bushing
G. Keating, P. Hogan, C- Greenlee, Mr. Von Holwede, P. Bratrude, V.
Kufallc, M. Campbell,
B. Haviland, IB. Lasco, June Hunter, Jane Hunter, W. Von Bruenchenhein,
A. Garver, F. Lux,
E. Farnsworth, A. Rentner, J. Conrad, A. Malm, B. Barthel, IB.J. McDougall
J. Peterson, N. Jarnigo,
G. Swanson, R. Small, C. Horton, ID. Deering, H. Otterness, J. Kennedy,
Pierce, T. Gajewski, R. Garver
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The band under the able direction of Mr. Hans Von Holwede,
has participated in several events during this school year.
During the football and basketball seasons the band played
at all home games. It also marched in the Homecoming Parade,
and played for the .American Legion Armistice Day Program.
April was the month of the Spring Concert, where the band
played the various practiced and mastered selections.
In May the 'band is entering the District High School
Music Festival held at Bensenville, and has high hopes of
making a fine showing.
Row I-R. Simon, J. Hunter. A. Rentner, C. Greenlee, W. Von Bruenchenhein
4 Jo Runyard- ,
Row II-N. Jarnigo, E. January, E. Farnsworth, P. Kelleher, C. Schultz
D. Miller, A. Mattson, M. Ines, 11. server. '
Row III-P. Ward, B. Barthel, B. Lasco, V. Petersen, G. Pierce, 3, MCDO-ugall
v. xufanf, B. cardiff, J. Hogan, J. Petersen, June Hunter '
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This is the first season that the band has been able
to make use of the new uniforms. 'The coats are of a
cardinal red, and the skirts and trousers are of the
steel grey -- both of our school colors. The braid
df the trimming is gold.
Bow I-A.. Gerver, G. Creichton, R. Radtke, J. Cosgrove
Row II-IB. Brabandt, T. Poulos, B.. Thompson, R. Gresens, C. Horton,
K. Mawson, P. smtmae
Row III-J. Mahoney, J. Kermeiy. L- Bock. B- Cvssrove. D- Deering.
Mr- Hans , Von Holwede
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The Sequoia Uusiclkdzers can
render sweet and mellow as Jimmy
Dorsey, as solid as Benny Goodman,
and as versatile as Stan Kenton.
This group is under the baton
of Mr. Hans Von Holwede and may be
heard rehearsing several mornings
each week before regular class time
in the band room at the south end
of the building. The efforts of
this popular band can be appreci-
ated only when listening to one of
its concerts or dancing to its
music at a school dance. They play
at junior and senior plays, assist
in Christmas concerts, and in March
present their own concert, which is
usually a huge success.
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Row j- 3. Cosurove, A. Eentner, E.
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P. Kelleher, A. Eisch, D. Mil1ez', M. Nader, S. Scott
The annual Homecoming celebration is nthen we end on the calendar of
highfschool fall activities. Excitement reigns high from the moment the
first plans are made until the lest dance with your favorite partner. Many
weeks of planning and preparation by the Student Council are necessany to
insure a fun-packed smoothrflowing program.
Homecoming is the time when the alumni come back to their alma mater to
get reacquainted, reminisce of the things done when they were in school, and
to enjoy themselves with old friends.
The massive celebration started on
Thursday, the 9th of October, with the
usual Pow-Wow held at the parking lot. The
bonfire was lit by the captain of the foot-
ball team, Bob Kraft, and when it reached
its peak. the effigy of the opposing team
was thrown in to symbolize the downing of
the foe. Songs and cheers were given, and
the teachers present and the captain of the
team were called on to offer a prediction
of the outcome of the game. The Snake
Dance led by the cheerleaders through Main
Street climaxed the night.
On Friday the lOth, the hand assembled for the hig parade downtown. It
was led by the flag bearer and strutting mejorettes. This year the hand had
a chance to show off its bright red and grey uniforms. They were mighty
proud. Following the hand were the attractive queen and her court of beau-
ties,end gaily decoreted floats that competed for prizes offered hy the
Friday night, was the most important game of the year. Oh, was it a
thrilling, exciting, extraordineryh-----heart-breaking game. We lost with
e 31 to O score.
The final event was the Homecoming Dance. Decorations, soft music by
2 Ray ?eulson'f hand, and refreshments were
Q enioyed by moth students and alumni. Dur-
ini the intermission the Coronation of the
queen took place. Dolores Hiller was
crowned by the captain of the Sequoits, Bob
Kraft. Her court included, Adele Risch,
Earlene Heder, Patricia Kelleher, and Susan
Scott. So ended the Homecoming weekend for
the year "LVL We will Baci: to see others.
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The Junior play this year was a. thrilling comedy with just H hint
of mystery- The story centered around Jo Carter, who didn't like the
unexciting life she led at Miss Prim's Girls' School. Jo left the
school and, dressed as a boy, became a farm hand. There followed a
series of hilarious adventures. The play was brought to e dramatic
close when Jo was found to be a girl.
Miss Prim ............
Sarah Haskins ......
Rebecca Haskins ....
Albert Brown .....
Qyrus .... ....... ...
Mrs. John Carter ....
Extra cellege girls...
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Miss Drusilla Hutt is determined that her two nieces shall go to
college. They can't have allowances, go to movies or have heaux: they
must study to become old maid school teachers. Aunt Drusilla must leave
for a rest cure. Her housekeeper is to keep a strict eye on the girls.
Desperate for some ngood timen money the girls decide to rent rooms.
Their two slap-happy boy friends talk their uncle into renting rooms
in the house. Magnolia who is looking for a rich husband, rents a
room from the girls. Last to arrive are Adelbert Deweese and his aris-
tocratic mama, who is bent upon getting Drusilla's money for her pre-
cious boy. Immediately a series of calamitous and hilarious events
take place, which proves that the title 'Cracked Nutts' is a very ap-
Drusilla Nutt ........ .. ...Shirley Vos
Mrs. Garfinkle ...... ...Clarice Schultz
Delicious Appleby... ...Donna Lasco
Confusion Jones .... ...Ernest January
Peggy Nutt.. ..... ...Arlene Malm
Ginger Nutt. .... ...Joan Conrad
Pete Bemish........ ...Walter Kuligowski
Billy Bemish. ......... ...Warren wells
Magnolia Langsford.... ...Margaret Bunyard
Professor Bemish. ..... ...Earl Brabandt
Adelbert Deweese ....... ...Edwin Kania
Mrs. De Wayne Deweese ..... .. ..... Dolores Hiller
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The 19127 Prom began with a very tasty dinner in the gym. Kenneth
Mattson gave the welcoming address and the response was given by Mary Jean
Maplethorpe. The other speakers for this gala occasion were Mr. W.C. Petty.
Mr. Richard Paynic, and Mr. T.R. Birkhead.
After the dinner, the guests gathered in the setting of a beautiful
roofgarden. A fence of stars surrounded the punch bowl. Around the dance
floor were placed small tables for those who wanted to sit out a dance or
Soft lights and the dreamy music supplied by the Rh thm1Airs set the
mood of the many dancers.
During the Mid-Prom Interlude the guests were entertained by a song by
Duane Weber, a song by the Trmrpet Quartet, composed of Mary Jean Hgplethgrpg,
George Sass, Joe Cosgrove, and Bill Roepenack, a song by Olga Himens, a dance
by Joan Conrad, and a song by Earla Polsgrove. Ralph Gresens served as the
Master of Ceremonies.
The Grand March was led by Kenneth Mattson and Annabelle Barthel. It
ended in their ooronation as King and Queen of the Prom.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osmond, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett acted
The prom planners were:
Decorations ..... Pat Anderson, Robert Risch, Earl Brabandt
Invitations and Program ..... Robert Thompson, Virge Ostrander
Entertainment ....... Presily Bratrude, Joan Conrad
Refreshments ........ Helen Winfield, Helen Milichevich
A wonderful time was had by all. This prom will long be remembered
by those who attended as one of the best evenings of their lives.
Antioch High, ever true, true to you
Loyalty, respect both ire due,
Cheers for your girls
Cheers for your boys
They are yours--their pride and joys:
ts, your team shows in fight great and
Sequoits spirit, bravery untold,
We lift our voice in,song,
To cheer our whole life long,
School, fine and strong!
EDWAIDS BROTHEIS. INC
ANN All0l, IICHIGAN
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