Antioch Community High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Antioch, IL)
- Class of 1950
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DEDI CAT ION
DR, R. D. WILLIAMS
We , The sTucJe,nT5 of AHTIOCL Town-
slwip HIQL School , dediocfe This annual
fo Dr. Wtlliams , who served qs, The
Leigh School pLysioiQn.We :nope Tj'1c1'fI with
Huis dedfooflolfl we can expr-css our graff-
tude for Luis urnfailing service-,.
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We fxonow +L1S mernory
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ell,-known and re,5pec,+eCl
member of Hue -FGQUH-y of
Ah+fOCH Scblwool . He,
5 well remembered for Hfs
voiuolpwfe services in The
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C1gmc,u,1'uvre, un H115 OPEC'
We wfslw To Express our
5 mpcdlfmy in T Q, passing
of Mn George, Bar-'He1'i', who
served as Presfdent of
'rlwe 5cl1oo,Boov-cl and who
WQS QIWQYS 1-n1Lev-esJfecf In
Ah'l'i0Cfl"l l'Iigl1 School q
GEORGE B. BAR-VLETT
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Mr. Scott, Mrs. Osmond, Mr. Hills, Mr. Bennett, Dr. Deering
The Board of Education is the governing body of the high
school. It consists of five representatives of the district, each
elected for a three year period. Election is held every year
when two representatives are elected, with the exception of
every third year, when only one is elected.
The president of the board is Mr. Walter K. Hills, whose
occupation is farming. He has been a member of the board for
eleven years and has been president since 1943.
The secretary is Mrs. Helen Osmond, a housewife who has
been on the board and has been secretary for seventeen years.
The other members are Mr. Fred Scott, a farmer who has
served as a member for eight years: Mr. Arthur Bennett, a retired
chemist who has been a member for six years: and Dr. D. N.
Deering, who is now serving his second year in the group.
Antioch High, ever true, true to you
Loyalty, respect both are due,
Cheers for your girls
Cheers for your boys
They are yours-their pride and joys:
Sequoits, your team shows in fight brave and
bequoits with yohr brevery untold,
We lift our voice in song,
To cheer our whole life long,
Antioch High School, fine and strong!
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Mr. E. W. Edwards has been
assistant principal of Antioch
Township High school for eleven
years. He also teaches general
science and physics classes.
I Mr. Edwards has a Bachelor
of Science in Education and Mas-
ter of Arts degrees. He has at-
tended the following universities:
southern Illinois University,
Columbia College of Education,
University of Illinois, and the
University of Indiana.
Mr. Theodore R. Birkhead
has served as principal or the
Antioch Township High school
for eight years. He advises
the Student Council and until
this year he taught advanced
Mr. Birkhead holds a Bach-
elor of science in Education
and Master of science degrees.
He has attended the following
universities: Illinois State
Normal, University of Chicago,
state Uhiversity of Iowa, and
the University of Illinois.
Last year he was president
of the Northwest Conference
Principalls Assoc. and is now
leader of the local Cub Scout
3.5. in Ed.-:Il1.
Annual Club: Sopho-
Carol L. Bidinger
N.U.S Art Institute
Jeannette M. Tulumello
IB. in Ed.. M.A.S Ill.
State Normal: U. of Ill.:
U. of Mo.: U. of Miami: U.
Institute of Kansas City:
History: Civics: Econom-
ics: Junior Play: Sen-
Narcissus Ann Donovan Blanche C.Ewing Alice Fearon
Cerro Gordo, Illinois Antioch, Illinois Antioch, Illinois
B-S- of Ed.: 111. 1a.p..3Un1ve1-sity of Ill.: Wcrelary'
state Normal. Western Reserve Univ.:
Physical Education: School of Library
Typing: J1m1or Busi- Science.
ness Training: G.A.A.: Librarian! Junior Class.
BsAo: MUAO: Iowa
State Teachers Col-
Sophomore Class .
M. R. Kruzan
Bess: Us of Illinois
lege: U. of Minnesota: Education: Athletic
Columbia U.: Macomb. Director and Coach:
Boss of Edo:
English: Pqp Club:
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B.S. of Ed.: DeKalb
State Teachers Col-
HOHIQ Eco: FOHOAI:
Senior Play: Fresh-
Warren P. Polley
B.S. of Ed.gI1l. State
Normal: M.S. U. of I1l'.
Richard B. Scott
B.S. in Phys. Ed.: Iowa
Chemistry: Adv. Math:
Gen- Sci? Basketball,
Baseball Coach: Fresh-
QQ.. AWE if UL. 3...
Mo Mo llson
3.5. of Ed.: U. of 5.
Dakota: East State
Colo. State College:
U. of Ill.
Hans Von Holwede
B.M. Ed.: M.M. Ed.:
M.M.: U. of Iowa: N.
U.: Chicago Conserva-
tory: American Con-
Band: Chorus: Junior
Terre Haute . India-D8
B.A.: M.A. Columbia
U.: U. of Chicago!
Ind. State Teachers
Latin: English: Junior
B.S. in Ed.: U. of Ill
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Mr. Larsen, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. smith U
Mrs. Burnette, Mrs. Beger, J.Petersen, Mrs. Bluihart,
L.Schroeder, D.5chultz, M.Stil1son, G.Einfeldt, L.Bock,
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Peter Poulos Roy Engfors
"A" Club 2.3.43 Pep Trans. Mines 'I-I-7.
Club I+: Student Council Track 3.4: Baseball
2,3,I+: Chorus 1: Class I+: Class Vice-pres. I+.
Trees. 2, Pres. I+: Bas- Ambition: Middleweight
ketball 1,2,3,I-1: Track 'boxing champ of the
2,1-L: Baseball 2.3: Foot- world.
'ball l,2.3,I+. Captain I+:
Ambition: Own Ted's Sweet
Mary Ellen Campbell Harold Qardiff
Annual Club 1'2,3'l4,, Almual Club IH Basket-
Staff 3,41 G.l.A. 1,2, ball 1,2,3,Ln Football
3,1-L, Sec. 3: Pep Club 3:43 Baseball 2.3.43
l,2,3,L+: Band 3,u: Band 1.20.45 Svine
Cheerleader 44: Chorus 33-U5 43 student council
1,2,3,u: Class sec. L+. 4- Pres. I-H Class
Ambition! Lady Wrestler. TTGBS- I+'
66.f4n,lliocA xJQ24gA, Ever rue H
Beverly Baird Barbara Barthel Elizabeth Bauer
"Bev" "Bobby" "Betty Lou"
Annual Club 126.96.36.199-P. Annual Club 188.8.131.52-L, Armual Club 184.108.40.206-P.
Staff 4: Pep Club 1.2, Staff 3,43 Pep Club 1, Staff 4: Pep Club l,2,
3,43 Chorus 2. 2,3,4g F.H.A. 43 G.A.A. 3,43 F.H.A. 4, social
Ambition: Air line ste- l,2,3,4, Pres. 4: All Chairman 4: Cheerleader
wardess or model. Stars 3.4: Band 1.2.3, 4: student Council 4.
A 4: Chorus l,2,3,4: Stu. Ambition: Nurse.
Council 1.4: Jr. Play.
Ambition! Talk French
Ramae Beedle Florence Bolton Irving Buchna
llBugll :IFJ-on nbucku
G-A-L 1.2.3J+. Trees- Annual Club 2.3.43 Pep "A" Club 2,3,4: Foot-
43 Annual Club l,2,3,4, Club 2,3,4: F.h-A. 2, ball 2,3.4: Basketball
Staff 3.4: Pep Club 1, 3.4: Chorus 2,3,4. 2,3,4: Track 2,3: F.F.A
2,3,4: Chorus l,2,3,4: Ambition: Nurse, l,2,3, secretary 3.
Chgerleader 14- AITl'bltiO!12 All-IB.yS have
Ambition: Soda jerk at a good time.
rue 0 Mau,
Annual Club 3.4: Pep
Club 3,u: chorus 1.2:
Student Council 4, Sec.
4: G.A.A. M.
Ambition: Gold miner.
Annual Club 3.4: c-.l.A.
1: F.H.A. 3: Pep Club
Football 3.4: Track 3,
4: 'AN Club 3,4, Vice-
Pres. M: Band 2,33 Class
Ambition: Own a Cadillac
and a gasoline company.
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Ambition: Civil Engi-
Annual Club l,2,3,b,
Staff bt Chorus 1,2,3,
4: Pep Club l,2,3,4:
Trans. Foreman '48.
Annual Club 4: Pep
Club I4-3 F.H.A. I+,
Pres. M: Student
F'F-A- l.2.3.4. Report
er 2.3. Vice-Pres. 4:
'A' Club 3,45 Track 2:
Ambition: A success in
eero or our gr 6
Annual Club l,Z,3,4,
Staff 3,42 Pep Club 1,
2,3,4: Stu. Council 4,
Vice-pres. 4: Band l,Z,
3,43 Chorus l,2,j,4:
swing Banu 3.4.
Class Sec. 1: Nat. Hon-
or Society 3,4: G.A.A.
2,3,4: Jr. Play.
Ambition: To go to
Annual Club 1,Z,3,4,
Staff 43 Pep Club l,Z,
3.4: Chorus l,2,3,4.
Ambition: To travel and
meet all my relatives.
Trans. Libertyville '49
Annual Club 4: Pep Club
4: Chorus 4.
Annual Club l,2,3,l-L,
Staff 2.4, Officer 4
Pep Club 1,z.3.4:
G.A.A.1: F.H.A. 4:
Trans. Schurz '47.
Annual Club 2.3.4, Staff
U: Pep Club 2,3,4: G.G.A.
2,3: Band 2,3,4: Chorus
2,3,4: Junior Play.
Ambition: To have a V
better life than most.
Annual Club l,2: HAH
Club 4: Chorus l,2,j,
4: Band 1,23 Track 3,
U: Football H: Base-
ball 2: Basketball 2,
3.4: Stu. Council 1,3
N, Vice-pres. 3: Jr.
Ambition: A job with
a good income.
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Joanne Kiehl Raymond Luckel Francis Lux
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Annual Club 2,3,h: Pep Baseball 2: Track 2.3, Chorus 1.2: Band l,2.3,
Club 2,3,b, Treas. 4: 4: Basketball 2.3.4. 43 Swing Band l,2,3,h.
G.A.A. bg F.H.A. 2,3,b, Ambition: Professional Ambition: To have a good
Sec. 3: Chorus l,2,3. baseball player. time and find happiness.
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Louise Mccann R0be1't Mccanll
Annual Club 1.2,3: Football LH F-F.A. 1,2,
pep club 1'2,3'L',: 3.4. Reporter 4.
G.-A.A. 1.2: F.H.-A. LH A.l1lblt1OI'12 To t1'aVe1.
Ambition: Private '
Betty Jean McDougall
Annual Club l,2,3,Lb,
otafi' 3,1-L: G.A.A. l,2,3,
N., Trans. 2: Pep Club 1,
2.3.1-H stu. Council 2.3,
Ll., Treas. I+: Band l,2,j,
I+: Chorus l,2.3.4: Swing
Band 2.3.43 F-H-A- I+: Jr.
Play: Honor Society 3,l+.
Ambition: Clothing buyer
at Marshall Fielue.
Annual Club 3,1-L: Pep
Club 4: Band 2,3,L+:
Chorus l,2,3,l+: Junior
Play: Football 2.3:
Basketball 2: "AH Club
3.4: Track 2: student
Council 2.3.42 Class
Sec. 2, Trees. 3.
Ambition: Aut o mechanic .
Annual Club 1,2,3,l+:
Pep 1,2,3,u': FcHlAo
3.4, Pres. 3: Chorus 1,
2.3.16 Junior Play: Stu-
dent Council 3.
Annual Club 2.3.16
Pep Club 2.3.1-H G-A-lb
1,2: Chorus 1l2l3Iu0
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Annual Club l,.4,3 ,LH
Pep Club 1,2,3g G.G.A.
2,3,N: Class Sec. 3:
WA' Club 2,3,M, Sec--
Treas. 4: Football 1,
2,j,ug Basketball l,2,
3: Track l,2,3,U: Band
1,2,3,b2 Swing Band 3,
U: Class Pres. 1.
Ambition: Always have
a good time.
Annual Club 1,2,3.h,
Staff 2,3,4, Editor 4:
Pep Club l,2,3,4, Vice-
pres. M: G.A.A. 1,Z,3,
4: All Stars 3.4: Stuf
dent Council 3,b: Band
l,2,3,4: Chorus l,2,N:
Swing Band 2,3,4: Nat.
Honor Society 3,b: Jr.
Mary Ann Quilty
Annual Club 1,2,3,4,
staff 3,L+: G.A.A. 1,
2,3,b, Sec. 2: Pep
Club 1,2,3,M, Pres.4:
F.H.A. 4, Vice-pres.
4: Student Council 2,
4: Class Treas. 1,
Ambition: See a Notre
Adella Rentner Shirley R095
Annual Club 1,Z'3,u, Annual Club U, Staff
staff 3,1+: Pep Club 1, 'H Pep Club 1,213.45
2.3'u: Band 1,2'3'u: G-A-A- l,2,3,4: F.H.A.
Chorus l,2,3,hg Swing 2,N, Sec. 2, Treas.
Band 2,3,Ln G.A.A. 3,u. 4-
Ambition: Housewife. Ambltion: Dee? S92
bil' OLCC I1 SOIL?
Annual Club l,2,3,u,
Staff 3.14: Pep Club
Ambition! Shop teacher.
2,3.4: Chorus 1: Jun.
Alibi ti-6112 Commercial
Annual Club l,2,3.N:
Pep Club 1,2,3,h:
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: F.H.A
2: Chorus l,2,h.
Ambition: To travel.
Donald Schultz Donald Shank Delores Sorenson
"Schultz" "DOH" "Dee
F.F.A. 1,2,3,l+: Bas- HA' Club 1,213.43 Ambition Champion
ketball 3.4. Football 2. Mgr- 13 horseback 1-mor
Ambition: To be a suc- Basketball 4.
cegg. Ambltl0n! Graduate-
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Georgia Stephens Melfred. Stillson Joyce Strametz
ugeorgian 'Mel' "Jice"
Annual club 3'u' Staff B8.Sketb8,11 1,213pl-H Annual Club l,2,j,i-P,
4: Pep club 1'3',-Ir: Baseball 2.3.45 Foot- Staff 3.4: Pep Club
Band chorus 1. 1,2,3,u: 1,2g3,l-lf: GOADAO l,2,
Ambition: Teacher. l.2,3,1-H Junior Play: 3,1-If, T!'98.So 3: ch8e1"
Pep Club 3,LH 'A' leader I+: All Stars
Club 3.4: student 3,1-L: chorus 220.127.116.11-1.
Council 4. Ambition! Success in
Ambition: To get a life.
Annual Club 1,2,3,bf,
Staff 3,1-J-, Treas. I+:
G.A.A. 1,2,3,l+, vice-
Pres. LL: Pep Club l,2,
3,1-H F.H.A. I+: Stu.
Council L+: Chorus l,2,LL.
Jack VOS Ronald Vol
Ambition: Lumber yard Basketball 1'2,3g Bagg-
Worker- ball 2,3: Track l,2:
MBT? Rose Webb Gordon Wells
'Rose Budn Wwellsf
Annual Club 1.2: Pep 'A' Club 4: F-F.A.1,
Club 1.2.3 u Trees. 2.3.4: Fovfball 4:
A A 2 3,43 F.H.A. Basketball 4: Track
1 2 3 4. bocial chair. N- .
Ambition: Farmer. 3,4.
me ALJ ffm
Annual Club 4: FAH
Club 2.3.43 Chorus 3,
43 Basketball 1: Base-
ball 2,3,4: Track 1.2,
Annual Club 2,33 Foot-
ball l,2,3,4: UAH Club
2.3.43 Basketball l,2.
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Student Council 4: Pep
Club 3: Class Pres. 2:
Ambition: To own a
Football l,2,3,4: UAH
Club Z,3,b: Basketball
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Ambition: Business man.
Ambition: To be a
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We, the class of 1950, being sound of mind and
worldly possessions to the following:
Betty Lou Bauer:
Mary E. Campbell:
Betty J. McDougall:
Mary Ann Quilty:
Mary Rose Webb:
My height to Paul Biel.
M laugh to Sue Norman.
My wardrobe to Mary Fields.
My abounding energy to Charlene Powles.
My ncarrot topu to Nancy Pirson.
M ability to get someone to do my work to Tom Haviland.
M petiteness to Fern Mattson.
M scholastic endeavors in study hall to Janice Runyard.
M crew cut to Tim McCuen.
M love of school to Harry Conrad.
M car to Bill Hucker.
M job as a soda Jerk to Dick Haak.
quiet ways to Patsy Miller.
bleached streak to Natalie schippmann.
ever-present gum to Jean Harden.
The mispronounciations of my name to Mary Vos.
My rapid movements and hurried footsteps to Steve Young.
saxaphone to Joan Stephens.
enjoyment of library books to Kenneth Rentner.
dimples to Sylvia Beelow.
slow dravl to Louis Snider.
ability for getting into classroom arguments to Betty
individuality in classes to anyone who can manage it.
playboy airs to John Clark.
light-footedness to Carol Loftus.
love for girls to Ralph Rule.
punctual arrivals to Swing Band to Rose Ann McGreal.
attentiveness in class to Dolores Corbin.
split-second answers in English to Ann Mattson.
knitting to Marlene Wertz.
unexcused absences to Bill Wurster.
conversational ability to Karen Martin.
scholastic abilities to Chuck Haling.
acting ability to Nancy Sheehan.
stamina to the annual staff of next year.
physique to Bruce Stahmer.
class ring to some deserving girl.
ways in agriculture to Ray Trayes.
musical ability to Bill Deering.
singing voice to Carl Beitzel.
M artistic ability to Bernard Gutowski.
M sideburns to Bob Ruggles.
My grade book to the waste basket in the north corridor.
steady Job in Reeves to Sue Garland.
smiling countenance to Jerry Schultz.
serenity to Ronald Scully.
chair in band to Jeans Burt.
position as dishwasher to Charles Horton.
My school manners to all incoming freshmen.
M red-framed glasses to Dawn Kosup.
My agreeable disposition to all students of A. T. H. 5-
bashfulness to Marlene Baran.
ability to remember Jokes to Bob Misiek.
way with the girls to Don Appanaitis.
M football playing to Ermit Finch.
My rebounding ability in basketball to Ralph Yopp.
My ability to sleep in class to Lorraine Bock.
body, do hereby bequeath our
Job as a telephone operator to anyone who can stand it.
The C1-HSS of 1950 elltefefl A-'1'-H-E as the largest class ever to enroll.
we were greeted by the sophomores who gave a party October ll to make us feel
at home: we returned this party on April 25. The class sponsors-Miss Darrough,
Miss Donovan, and Mr. Paynic-helped us organize our first class meeting to
elect officers-Dick Radke, president: Daryl Ostrander, vice-president: Clarita
Greenlee, secretary: and Mary Ann Quilty, treasurer.
The representatives to Student Council were Barbara Barthel and Jim
Kennedy. The football boys chose Mary Ann Quilty as freshman attendant in
the Homecoming Queen's court. Our freshman year at high school ended with a
freshman-sophomore picnic at Petrifying Springs.
Our sophomore year we gave a party to welcome the freshmen to their
Nnew world,H under the leadership of Bob wilton, president: Jim Kennedy, vice-
president: Jack Mahoney, secretary, and Pete Poulos, treasurer. The representa-
tives to student Council were Betty Jean McDougall, Mary Ann Quilty, Peter Poulos
and Jack Mahoney. Pat Kelleher was chosen as attendant in the queen's court at
Our third year at A.T.H.b. gave us the title of upper-classmen but also
brought us a great responsibility-the prom. with Jerry Crichton, president:
Mary Ann Quilty, vice-president: Jackie Onstad, secretary: and Jack Mahoney,
treasurer: we earned enough money to entertain the seniors at Apple Blossom Time.
Jerry Crichton and June Petersen reigned as king and queen of the prom, at which
Lou Val and his orchestra played.
Betty Jean McDougall, June Petersen, Joanne Midgley, Jack Mahoney, Jim
Kennedy, and Peter Poulos represented us in the student governing body, and
Dorothy Verke was the junior attendant to the queen. we also presented
Ustranger in the N1ght,U a mystery-comedy, on November 18 and 19 under the
direction of Miss Jeannette Darrough. Mr. Polley replaced Mr. Paynic as the new
sponsor to help Miss Donovan and Miss Darrough advise us.
As officers'for our senior year we chose Peter Poulos, president: Roy
Engfors, vice-president: Mary Ellen Campbell, secretary: and Bud Cardiff,
treasurer. Bud was also elected to be president of Student Council with Betty
Jean McDougall, Jim Kennedy, Peter Poulos, Mary Ann Quilty, Barbara Barthel,
June Petersen, Betty Terry, Clarita Greenlee, Jack Mahoney, Betty Lou Bauer,
Diana Fox, Fred wolf, Bob wilton, Melfred Stillson as representatives of this
group which this year inaugurated a new constitution by which tg,govern the
The football team chose Ramae Beedle as Queen of the Homecoming
festivities with Joyce Strametz sharing the honors as senior attendant
to Ramae. Peter Poulos was captain of the football team, and Fred wolf re-
ceived the Sportsmanship Award. The senior play, HLittle women,H was presented
on May 5 and 6 under the direction of Miss Naomi Meiners. One of our advisers,
Miss Darrough, changed her name to Mrs. Tulumello during the school year.
Baccalaureate and graduation services on May Z8 and June 2 brought to
our minds the true value and meaning of the work and happy times we had shared
VOLUME I ANTIOCH.
One of Antioch HlgD'S former
students has brought great ac-
claim to Antioch by his win-
ning of the Nobel Prize in
Science. Dr. John Hojem has
discovered a new theory of
Last Saturday night was the
grand opening of Fred Wclf's
HTeen Canteen? The contractors
building were Melfred
and Bob Dieball. They
widely known as the
Contracting Corp. The
canteen is made up of a large
roller rink and soda bar. The
grand organist is Benno Freund
Guards are Donald Schultz and
Donald Shank. Working in the
soda bar are Donna Schultz
and Dorothy Holt
RAMAE BEEDLE AND PETER POUIOS
WED SUN AY
More than 250 people at-
tended the beautiful spring
wedding of Ramae Beedle and
Peter Poulos. The bride's gown
was an original creation by
the famous designer,Betty Jean
McDougall. The maid of honor
was Betty Lou Bauer. The brides-
maids were Adella Rentner and
Joyce Strametz. The best man
was Roy Engfors and ushers
were Jim Kennedy and Dick
adke. Guests from out-of-town
were Mn and Mrs Robert wilton,
who are now living in Chicago.
Bob owns a large bakery there.
Mrs. Wilton is the former Nanq
Horenberger. Clarita Greenlee
made a special trip from Eng-
land to be present at the wed-
ding. Louise McCann who isnow
a private secretary for the
governor of Illinois, also at-
Hollywood, Calif.: Last night
Mary Campbell won the Women's
wrestling Championship of the
U. S. in two out of three
falls. Her manager, Bob McCann,
is taking her to Europe next
week to compete for the Worlds
ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1960 NUMBER 1
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SAINT RATRICK'S PARADE
Tomorrow the annual Saint
Fatrick's Day parade will be
led by Jack lhhoney. Pat Kel-
leher will beat the bass drum
and the flute will be played
by Dick Kelly. Mary Ann Quilty
is the chairman of the float
committee. Notify her to enter
ANTIOCh BUSINMDS wOMEN'S
At the last meeting of the
Antioch Business women's Asso-
ciation the presiding officer,
Marilyn Bushing, installed the
new officers. The officers are
The distinguished guest was
Barbara Barthel, who gave a
lecture on her recent trip in
France. while in Paris she met
one of her former schoolmates
UORIGINAL AMATEUR HOUR'
The famous comedian, Bud
Cardiff, a former resident of
Antioch, was the guest on the
nOr1ginal Amateur Hour,U where
he first got his start eight
HJOANNIE GET IOUR BIFLEH
Joanne Midgely is now star-
ring in the new musical comedy,
uJoannie Get Your Rifle! with
Joanne Kiehl as the coy sharp-
shooter. One of the members
of the orchestra is also from
Antioch. He is Shorty Lux who
plays the trumpet.
The Antioch National Bank
was robbed Saturday afternoon
for the second time in l0yeara
Police Chief Irving Buctha
'was on the job immediately and
the robbers were captured by
FARM BUREAU CONVENTION
The delegates from Lake
County to the state Farm Bureau
convention at Chicago Fri. and
Sat. are Richard Raether and
Gordon tells. A report will be
given at the next meeting.
ENTERS HORSE SHOW
Delores Sorenson is going
to enter and ride her prize
palfrey at the National Horse
Show in Chicago next month
The modern hospital has
recently opened its doors for
patients. The hospital is one
of the most modern in the
state. The famous designer,
Betty Terry, furnished the in-
Residents from Antioch env
ployed in the hospital are:
Jerry Crichton, the chief of
staff: Walter Schlegel and Ray
Luckel,interns: June Petersen,
head nurse: Louise Ericksen,
Mary Rose Webb, and Georgia
Stephens,nurses: Marion Milleg
occupational therapist Beverly
Baird and Florence Bolton, di-
One of the first patients
was Eugene Wieczorek, who is
having another operation on his
leg which was injured last
fall while Playing in the
Bear-Wildcat game .
ANTIOCh AND LAKE VILLA
LUMIBER YARDS HAVE NEW OWNERS
Jack and Ronald Vos took
over the complete ownership of
the Antioch and Lake Villa
Lumber Yards last week from
their fathers who are retir-
ing. 'They plan to expand fur-
ther as soon as they have more
ASS MBLIES-f3i..J. AWLQZ. 'C
students attended a pep assembly at which Bob scott, president
of the class of '49, presented a school flag to Mr. Birkhead on
behalf of his classmates.
Musical entertainment was presented by Mr. willo, who played
an instrument similar to an accordian called a concertina
grand. He was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Coffin.
Students who d1un't go to the football game at Ela witnessed
a demonstration of the making of pottery figures.
Antioch American Legion members presented an Armistice Day
program honoring the dead or world war I and II.
Junior play skits were presented to students and faculty
Mr. Otto Bchack-lecturer, teacher, and singer- illustrated
ways in which students can strengthen their voices. His wife
accompanied him at the piano.
The chorus ISHSSTEGG their Christmas concert numbers for the
The movie, UTreasure Island,H was shown in the auditorium.
The students and faculty saw UHolidays with the Ha1ladays,H
a movie taken by Mr. Halladay and his wife of their adventures
filming the beauty of Quetico, a park between Minnesota and
Senior class play cast gave skits of their play, HLittle
Honors Day program was held at which valedictorian and saluta-
torian were announced, National Honor Society members were
honored, and awards for various school activities were pre-
The president of the senior class handed the American flag to
the junior class president at appropriate ceremonies in
observance of Flag Day.
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Row 1- A.Mattson, B.Haviland,
Row 2- Miss Wehr, C.Ba1ing,
The officers chosen for
the Junior year were: Bernard
Haviland, pres.: Donald Ap-
panaitis, vice-pres.: Charles
Ealing, sec.: and Ann Mattson,
The class advisers were
Miss wehr, Mr. Von Holwede,
and Mrs. Ewing.
Junior representatives to
Student-Council were Marilyn
wallace, George Swenson. B111
wurster, and Mary Curnes.
To raise funds the Juniors
sold candy, gave a dance, and
presented a play.
NOut on a Limbu was the com-
edy which the Juniors present-
ed on Nov. 18 and 19. The playy
under the direction of Mrs. Tu1ume11o,was very successful.
Marilyn Wallace was given the honor of being the Junior atten-
dant to the queen's court. she was escorted by Buzz Haviland.
Mrs. Ewing, D.Deering, L.Thu1in, R.Trayes, T.GaJewski.
N.Pirson, R.Y0pP. B.Message, J.O1ark, E.Karo1ius,
E.!inch, M.Wa11ace. V.wi1son, L.Schroeder, B.Ho1t,
T.Burns, B.Havi1and, M.Baran, B.Cosgrove, s.Young,
ir eg Qofz, gm! 1 Aw
Mr. Von Holwede. l'.Dittmer, G.E1nfe1dt, B.Conra.d, C.H.e.ml1n,
B.Bu:mett, M.Sn1der, S.Norm.n, D.Sa,nger, D.Tobias,
J.Anderson, B.Erickeon, C.IBrown1ee, J.'l'roesch. C.M:l1lsop,
T.Ha.v'.l1a.nd, C.Be1'oze1, A.Mattson, G.5wenson, G.schu1tz.
J. Runyard, M.Jefferson.
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Bow 1- Miss wehr, R-Baak, R.Nisiek, K.Penda11, IB.Dunworth,
Bow 2- A.Schneider, J.Ha.w1d:ns, P.Freund, J.Harden, D.Frozeth,
Row 3- P.Hoga.n, P.weber, L.Bock, M.Cu:mes, D.Corbin, Fddattaon,
the Ynoke Hou stung, 'Chi Toons,
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Row 1- Mr. wickert, B.Lubkeman.
Row 2- Miss Hartley, J.Oemond,
man,pres.: Ann McMi1len,
sec.: and George Nelson,
The sophomore class,
composed of seventy-five
members, elected Bob Lubke-
vice-pres.: Joanne Osmond,
treas.,as officers for the
Miss Bean, Miss Hartley,
and Mr. Wickert advised the
in student Council were:
5-'MCM5-11939 Greal, and Pat Reardon.
G.Nelson, Miss Bean.
Ann McMi1len, Rose Anne Mc
On December 3 the class
we1comed'the freshmen at the
party. The freshmen returned the party in the spring.
Bob Lubkeman escorted Jill Mahoney, who was elected as attend-
ant to the queen'a court, at the Homecoming festivities.
Miss Bean, Hnfalberg, B.Lubkemann R-051556110 B-Clarke.
w.S1monsen, D.Kosup, V.VanPatten, J.Mahoney, D.sundin.
M.Voe, J.Gaston, P.Wise, A.Ring, P.Keulma.n. G.Mae0P'119t,
Insniaer, A.Berk1el, R.Pann, R.Scul1y. H-Larsen. W-P01118
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Row 1- Miss Hartley, P.Bie1, R.Arndt, K.Rentner, L.Place,
ROW 2- H-Flattll-111, R-Ruggles, C.Ne1son, S.Vani, L.Lonerga.n,
N.Thompson, A.Sca.rnato, J.Holt,
Row 3- J.Furt, R.McGreal, D.Larsen, G.Davis, Adiatnendorf,
J.Stephens, J.Csmond, I.Perry.
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Bolton, G.Nelson, B.Wi1ton, R.Dittmer, Mr. Wickert,
Schippnarm, C.Kempf, T.Atwood, A.Ping, G.Lubkeman,
Thulin. Rmtokes, .5.G-arland, A.McMi1len, R.C1ark,
Popp, M.Hayc1on, E.Carpenter, F.ITie1sen, Bfmrraughty
Pierce, A.Ha.m1in, R.Peters.
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Row l- Miss Meiners, J.Osmond,
Row 2- B-Baird, M.Fields, D.Petty
The enrollment of the
freshman class was eighty-
four. The officers elected
were: Jim Osmond, presidentg
Boake Baird, vice-president:
David Petty, secretary: and
Mary Fields, treasurer.
The sponsors of the
groqp were Miss McKinney,
Miss Meiners, and Mr. Scott.
The representatives to
student Council from the
class were! Don Masopust,
Bruce Stahmer, and Ralph
The sophmores welcomed
the freshman at the annual
party on December 5. The
party was returned later in the spring by the freshman.
Mary Fields was the freshman attendant in the queen's court at
Homecoming with her escort, Boake Baird.
Row l- R.Hernqu1st, L.Bogaerts, B.starman, P.Mi1ler, G.Paglusch,
Bow 2- J.Bunkelman, J.Hansen. B.Seekatz, J.Cnope, M.Kisel, C.Loftus,
Row 3- J.Nelson, B.Wileon, M.wertz, M.Purdom, B.Meber, B.Baird,
Row 4- D.Swanson, D.Petty, E.Taylor, R.Ensign, B.Deering, D.Auamg,
en 8 row I9
T.E1wood,D.Bmeckman, M.Nie1ben, C.Powles, Miss Meiners,
N-cU.'l'1iD.gh8.m, L.Case, E.G1ndick. U.A.ncLer-son, b.Bee1ow,
C.Hea.th, M.Fie1ds, J.Quilty, K.Pete1-een, M.Mulkey, H.Malm
D.Mirocko, P.Schu.ma.cker, R.Meyer, B.Bachmann, J.Buck, G.
CEM of 5
Mr. Scott, L.5teinel, F.M1tuhe1l. C.Bock, F.5tahmer,
A.Anderson, G.Lasco, G.Pierce, D.Ster1ing, N.Sheehan,
P.Cys, D.Petersen, P.Matteoni, D.Heath, J.Osmond,
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Business Manager ------------------------------ Gwen Keating
Treasurer- ------------------ - --------------- Betty Terry
Typists ------------------------- - ------------- Adella Rentner
Copyreaders -------------- - ------------ - ------- Pat Kelleher
Printing Editor-- ---------- - ----------- ------- Betty Jean McDougall
Art Editor ----------- --- ---- - --------------- Shirley Ross
Sports Eaitor- --------- - ---- --------- ------ Jack Mahoney
Clubs Editor ---------------------------------- Joyce strametz
Snapshot Editor- ------ - ------------ - ------- --Mary Ellen Campbell
Photographer- ------------------- - ------------ Joanne Miagley
Theme Committee ----
Dedication and In Memoriau---- ----- - ------- -
Senior Pictures ----
Music Editor -------
Prom Editor --------
History Committee ---------
Will Committee -----
Prophecy Comm1ttee-- ------
Betty Lou Bauer
Mary Ann Quilty
Mary Ellen Campbell
Row 1- G.Keating, Miss Bean, J.Petersen, B.Terry, B.McDougal1,
Row 2- J.Midgley, A.Rentner, J.Mahoney, M.Qu11ty, I.Perry,
P.Ke1leher, L.Ericksen. M.Campbel1, V.Petersen,
Row 3- B.Baird, J.5trametz, B.Barthel, B.Bauer, R.Beedle,
C.Green1ee, G.Say1or, s.Rose, M.Bush1ng.
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The purpose of the Annual
Club is to publish the
uSequoiaU each year. The
eighty-seven members are
expected to contribute ideas
and time toward the develope
ment of the yearbook.
The staff officers who
were selected at the begin-
ning of the year are: editoq
June Petersen: business mana-
gen Gwendolyn Keating: treas-
ureg Betty Terry. The ad-
visor of the group is Mies
The theme chosen this year is song titles. The members of
the club voted to dedicate the annual to Dr. williams and rec-
ognize Mr. George Bartlett and Mr. Clarence Kutil, who passed
away last year.
Row 1- G.Keating, Miss Bean,
P.Freund, N.Sheehan. J.Gaston, P.Reardon, J.Thulin, L.Ring,
J.Gaston, D.Sa.nger, H.F:le1ds, N.Thompson, D.Frozeth, P.Hog-an,
M.Bushing, J.Anderson, A.Rentner,
N.Cunn1ngham, L.Lonergan, B.Baird, M.Ha1ing, B.Meesage,
U.Anderson. C.Ne1son, S.Bee1ow, N.Schippman, V.VanPatten,
D.Petereen, J.Stephene, P.Keu1man, M.Curnee, V.Petersen,
D.Schu1tz, L.Sn1der, M.Qui1ty, B.Cardiff, J.Mahoney.
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F.Matteon, A.Hattendorf, M.Nei1sen, P.Mi11er, J.Petersen,
C.Loftus, J.Harden, D.Ho1t, M.Webb, E.Karo1ius, S.Ross,
C.Brown1ee, L.Bock, J.Burt,
N.Horenberger, B.Barthe1, M.Vos, P.Weber, S.Gar1and,
M.Wa11ace, B.Er1ckson, A.Bing, R.McGreg1,
B.Burnett, A.Schneider, K.Martin, E.Gindick, J.Strametz,
D.Kosup, N.Pirson, S.Norman, J.Manoney, J.Bawkins, A.Ring
G.Keating, P.Ke11eher, J.Onstad, G.btephens, J.Bunyard,
P.Poulos, M.St111son, F.Bo1ton.
'GPC' CLUB -
The UAH Club is composed
of boys who have earned a
major letter in athletics.
A letter may be earned by
participating in basketball,
football, track, baseball or
by managing any varsity
Mr. Scott, Mr. Kruzan,
and Mr. Polley advised
Fred wolf, pres.: Jerry
Crichton, vice-pres.: and
Dick Radke, sec.-treas.
Each year a senior boy
is chosen by his teammates
to receive the sportsman-
ship award. This year Fred Wolf received this honor.
Bernard Gutowski was elected captain of the football team for
the 1950-51 gridiron season.
On March 27, the Lions Club honored boys who had participated
in athletics. William wightkin, who played left end on the Notre
Dame football team, spoke to the group.
Row 1- F.Holf, J.Crichton, D.Radke
J.Pregenzer, D.Deering, B.wilton, Mr. Kruzan, Mr. Polley,
B-YOPP. B-Haviland, Lmnider, G.Wells, S.Young, R.Luckel,
O.Haling, R.scully, J.Crichton, R.Trayes, B.Freund,
T.Gajewski, P.Poulos, B.Cardiff,
R.Lubkeman, R.Vos, D.Appanait1s, B.McCann, D.Radke,
B.Gutowski, F,w0lf, G.Ne1son, J.Kennedy, J.Mahoney,
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How 1- G.Swensen, R.Trayes,
How 2- D.5chultz, B.McCann,
The F.F.A. is an organiza-
tion composed of boys who
are enrolled in vocational
agriculture. A boy may be a
member until he is twenty-
one. He must pay his club
dues and keep records of his
This year there were twen-
ty-three members. The offi-
cers of the year were: Bill
wurster, president: Benno
Freund, vice-president: Ray
Trsyes, secretary: George
Swenson, treasurer: Robert
McCann, reporter: and Donald
Schultz. sentinel. Mr.
Wickert is the vocational
agricultural teacher and sponsor of t
Throughout the year the club members attend various Judging
contests and meetings.
1- F.Bo1ton, G.Nelson, G.Heuer, B.
2- R.Seekatz, J.Chope, C.Millsop,
3- D.Schultz, B.Raether, G.We11s,
4- G.Swenson, R.Misiek, J.Eder. B-
McCann, Mr. Wickert,
J.Vos, D.Shank, R.Wa1berg,
Freund, R.Trayes, W.Poulsen.
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The F.H.A., an organiza-
tion for girls who wish to be-
come good homemakers, was
under the sponsorship of Miss
Meiners, the home economics
The president, Diana Fox:
the vice-president, Mary Ann
Quiltyi the secretary, Terry
Burns: the social chairman,
Betty Lou Bauer: and the
treasurer, Shirley Ross,
served as the club's officers. Row l- M.Qui1ty, D.Fox, Miss
During the year the girls Meiners,
entered a float in the Home- Row 2- S.Ross, T.Burns, B.Bauer.
coming parade and won second
prize. They also gave a
Christmas party and sponsored a UHobo Hopu on February 17. At the
Pep Club carnival they had e booth to sell cake and ice cream.
Charlene Nelson and Miss Meiners attended e district F.H.A. meet-
ing in Chicago.
Row U- K
Mix, M.Popp, I.Perry, B.Terry, B.Bauer, Miss Meiners,
Beelow, J.Kiehl, C.Heath, P.Freund, B.Forbrick,
Ross, BrBarthe1, N.Thompson, B.McDougall, M.wertz,
Frozeth, J.Anderson, R.McGreal,
Martin, N.oohippman, J.Cervenka, U.Anderson,
Ericksen, T.Burns, G.Keating, G.Paglusdm D.Oorbin.
Petersen, M.Qui1ty, F.Bo1ton.
Row l- B.Barthe1, Miss Donovan,
Row 2- B.Terry, R.Beedle, A.McMi11en.
The first event of the
G.A.A. season was the ini-
tiation of new members. This
was followed by an informal
service and a picnic at Fox
River Grove. The initiates
became new members by earn-
ing 100 points during volley-
The officers who served
for the year were: president,
Barbara Barthel: vice-pres.,
Betty Terry: sec., Ann Mc
Millen: treas., Ramae Beedle.
A Mother ann Daughter
banquet was held in the
spring to aceuaint the mothers with the nature of the club.
The All-Stars were G.A.A. girls who were chosen because of their
interest, ability, and sportsmanship during the basketball season
to play the faculty for top honors. June Petersen was elected
captain for the 1949-50 season.
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-Ping, J-GBSTZOII. D.Frozeth, M.Vos, J.Burt, R.Stokes,
Erickson, V.Petersen, B.Terry, B.Barthel, C.Green1ee,
.McMil1en, J.Troesch, M.wertz,
Campbell, M.Qui1ty, F.Mattson, P.M11ler,-B.McDouga11,
McGrea1, P.Keulman, A.Rentner, M.Curnes.
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A.Schneider, J.Strametz, J. Petersen, A.Rentner, E.Karo1ius,
B.McDougal1, V.Petereen, A.Matcson, Miss Donovan, M.Campbell,
Miss Donovan, L.Bock, M.Bushing, P.weber, R.Beedle, 5.Ross,
S.Man1, M.Haling, E.G1ndick, C.Ne1son, N.Pirson, A.Schneider,
.Harden, B.Forbrick, J.Gaston, M.Kise1, J.K1eh1, S.Bee1ow,
Webb, P.W1se, G.Lubkeman, J.Thulin, E.Karo1ius, M.Fie1ds,
Sheehan, C.Loftus, N.Thompson.
The Pep Club, which is
composed of athletic fans,
is sponsored by Miss
McKinney. The purpose of
the club is to support the
team and the cheerleaders.
Mary Ann Quilty, pres.g
June Petersen, vice-pres.:
Ramae Beecle, sec.: and
Joanne Kiehl, areas., served
as officers for the year.
The club bought the
Row 1- M.Qu1lty, Miss McKinney, cheerleaders' unif0rm?f had
Bow 2, J.Kieh1. F.Beed1e, .charge of the COTODBUIOH an
J.pete,sen, Homecoming, and provideo the
decorations for the Athletic
OH M8TCh 17, the Pep Club sponsored a Carnival carrying out a
gay nineties theme. The highlights of the evening were the pie-
eating contests, the judging of the costumes, ano the Variety
Show given by the Seniors. Mary Ann Quilty and Jack Mahoney
reigned as King and Queen of the festivities.
Row 1- J.Stephens, A.Rentner, M.Curnes, F.Mattson, A.Mattson,
Row 2- C.1oftus, B.Forbr1ck, D.Ho1t, P.Beardon, J.Thulin,
Row 3- M.Fie1os, N.Thompson, J.Burt, C.Nelson, M.Bushing,
N.Horenberger, L.Ring, L.Bock,
Row 4- K.Martin, J.Cervenka, D.Kosup, E.Gindick, J.5trametz,
b.Beelow, V.VanPatten, J.Kiehl,
Row 5- V.Petersen, T.Burns, P.Kelleher, J.Onstad, M.0ampbe11,
D.Petersen, M.Qui1ty, P.Pou1os, B.Cardiff, J.Mahoney,
H a, wJaf,:746 gmgg Aff J-,fm
Miss McKinney, F.Bo1ton, J.Midgley, P.Cys, I.Perry,
C.Brownlee, E.Karo11us, S.Poss, M.Webb, J.Mahoney,
S.Nor an, N.Sheehan,
3- A.McMi1len, P.Keulman, J.Gaston, M.Wbrtz, P.Weber,
P.Freund, M.Kise1, A.5chneider, N.Pirson, L.Lonergan,
U.Anderson, J.Bunke1man, B.Burnett,
G.Stephens, J.Runyard, D.Schultz, D.Corbin, L.Ericksen,
B.Erickson, J.Osmond, E.Terry.
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B. Bauer, R. Beedle, M. Campbell, T. Burns, J. Strametz
P. Kuelman, J. Mahoney, S. Beelow, C. Nelson, B. McGreal
9 9 99
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Following the suggestion of Bob Simon, l9Q8-M9 president of stur
dent Council, the group decided to sponsor the hsequolan chapter of the
National Honor Society.
The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create an enthu-
siasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to pro-
mote leadership, and to develop character in the students of american
secondary accredited schools.
Membership is based on scholarship, service, leadership, and char-
acter. To be eligible for membership candidates must have a scholar-
ship rank in the first third of their class. The election of the mem-
bers lnto the chapter is made by the faculty.
The eleven charter senior members were Floyd McKinney hooert
Simon, Robert Scott, Annabelle Rarthel, Elsie Farnsworth, Jane Hunter,
June Hunter, Norma Jarnigo, Verna Kufalk, Beverly Lasco, and Joan Smoc.
Clarita Greenlee, Betty Jean McDougall, and June Petersen were elected
from the Junior class.
The 1950 members were elected too late to have their picture ap-
pear in this year's annual.
Betty Jean McDougall June Petersen
IQ, our auf jcrof gowar
Bow 1- M.Bushing, B.Cardiff,
Row 2- C.Greenlee, B.McDougall.
The student Council is the
governing body of the high
school student body. The new
constitution with its three
branches- executive, legis-
lative, and judicial-increas-
ed the membership to twenty-
Under the leadership of
Bud Cardifz, pres.: Clarita
Greenlee, vice-pres.: Betty
Jean McDougall, treas.: and
Marilyn Bushing, sec.,and
with Mr. Birkheau as sponsor
the club was very active.
Eighth grade day and the
homecoming activities are
two of the projects sponsored
by the group each year. They sold programs at games to raise money.
In order to send two delegates to the state convention at Peoria
the council sponsored a movie to raise funds. Also several members
attended a district meeting at Lyons High School in LaGrange.
Row l- F.wo1f, J.Kennedy, J.Mahoney, Mr. Birkhead, M.Stillson,
Row 2- B.Bauer, J.Petersen, P.Beardon, B.Barthe1, B.nurster,
Row 3- R.McGreal, A.McMillan, M.Wallace, M.Curnes, C.Greenlee,
Row M- D.Masopuet, J.Osmond, G.5wenson, M.Quilty, R.Engfors.
B.Stahmer, P.Poulos, B.Cardiff.
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The highest award paid
to any boy is having his name
inscribed on the Sportsman-
ship Trophy. This year Fred
wolf was elected by his team-
mates to receive this honor.
During his football
career, Freddie was on the
All-Conference Second team
his senior year and played
varsity football his sopho-
more, junion and senior
He also excelled in
throwing the discus and
putting the shot.
FT9GGi6 was a reliable
player ano alvays had a word
of encourgement to the team
when they were down in spirit.
One of the mainstays
of the football teams was
captain and team fullback,
Peter Poulos. with head
down and body braced Peter
threatened the defenses of
any team. He was fast
and scored many touchdowns
to carry his team to vic-
Peter played on the
varsity team for three years
and placed on the All-
Conference second team his
He excelled not only
in football but also in
basketball where he played
as first string guard and
in track where he threw the
discus and put the shot.
Prospects looked good to Coach Kruzan this year when he re-
ceived the material for the 19h9 gridiron season. with Pete Poulos
as captain of the team plus the spirit and co-operation of the boys,
the season began with much enthusiasm.
Boys who earned positions on the all-conference second team
were? Peter Poulos, fullback: Bernie Gutovski, guard: Fred wolf,
tackle: Irving Buchta, end: and Gene wieczorek, halfback.
Boys recognized as high scorers in the conference were: Gene
Wieczorek, tenth place: Peter Poulos, twelfth place: and Irving
Buchta, fourteenth place.
The scores of the games were:
Barrington O 19
Northbrook O 19
Bens envi lle 6 7
wauconda 33 7
Palatine 12 7
Grant 16 6
E15 14 29
.Kenneay, M.St111son, F.Wolf, B.0osgrove, J.Cr1chton,
.Gutowsk1, B.Cardiff, B.w11ton, R.Lubkeman,
.GaJewsk1, G.Nelson, G.Wells, G.w1eczorek, B.Haviland,
.Pou1os, D.Radke, B.Hucker, B.Holt, Mr. Kruzan,
.Bavi1and, D.Appanaitis, D.Deering, F.Dittmer, C.Hal1ng,
Conrad, B.McCann, B.Dunworth, R.scu11y, H.zopp.
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The junior varsity team, coachec by Mr. Polley, was hindered
by inexperiencez and necaupe the game was new to many boys, it was
difficult to find a working combination. K
since the main purpose of the junior varsity is to train the
boys for the varsity and the team lacked transportation, the
team played only a few games this year.
with most of the varsity gracuating there will be many
positions open to ambitious sophomores next year.
scores of the 19M9-50 games were:
Grant O 19
Northbrook 12 Z5
Grant 6 31
Row 1- R.Peters, J.Osmond, B.Bachmann, G.Masopust, R.Ph1m, B.Baird,
C.Bock, K.Pedersen, P.Bie1,
Row 2- B.Deering, F.Nie1sen, L.Burdick, w.Pou1sen, L.P1ace, G.Heuer,
D.Adams, F.btahmer, J.Eder, Mr. Polley,
Row 3- J.Ho1t, B.neber, A.Scarnato, D.Masopust, F.Bo1ton, B.C1arke,
R.Arndt, T.Elwood, R.Thorness.
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The varsity, with the aid of the returning lettermen and the arrival
of new recruits from the ,junior-varsitg appeared to be powerfulg but a,
tough season confronted them.
The boys, although they played bard e.nd earnestly, won five conference
games and one imnnamaxt game. Many OI the games were lost by small mrgins
Yhe eeason's scores were:
Palatine - Z9 Dj
viauconda 33 27
Grant 35 29
Beneenville 148 34
Barrington 31 34
Bla. 1-+0 47
Northbrook 31+ 36
Palatine 36 52
nauconda. 41+ 35
Grant .47 32
Bensenville 29 42
Barrington 27 145
Ela 33 36
Northbrook I-+14 32
Row 1- B.Cardiff, T.Havi1a.nd, B.Havi1.a.nd, P.Poulos, I.Bu1:hta,
Row 2- R.1f'1attum, YI.Ho1t, Luschroeder, Joblihultig Jlennedy,
M.Sti1lson, J.Ho,jem, D.Schultz, Mr. Scott,
Bow 3- G.We11s, B.Gutowski, D.Deering, L.Thu1in, R.Lucke1.
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Bud Cardiff -
John Hojem Jim Kennedy
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Pete Poulos , A
' Leroy :chroeder
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The junior-varsity coached by Mr. Polley i comyosec of fr eh
men and sophomore boys.
At the beginning of the season, twenty-eight boys eagerly turnec
out for practice. From this group Mr. Pollev chose h1 team
The boys started out the season well by wlnnlng their f1r t two
games but met defeat in the nextand later winnlng one with urant
The season'e scores were:
.Stahmer, F.Bo1ton, G.Ne1eon, K Rentner, C Bock
.Lubkeman, F.Nie1sen, B.BainL
.Masopust, R.Scul1y, F.Stahmer, J Eder, B Clark
.Petty, R.Dittmer, J.Osmond, R webeg
.Garraughty, E.Carpenter, L.Burdick, G Davis,
.Ne1son, K.Petersen, G.Heuer, R hilton, Pouleen,
R.5tarman, D.Masopust, R.Seekatz
lla We Our jo jig Eff
Anticch's 1948-49 baseball team,coached by Mr.
Kruzan,won their games here with Palatine and haue
conda: and if several of their seven scheduled games
had not been rained out, they might have adaed a few
more to their list of victories. They met nefeat on
the diamond, however, with Grant, Ela, ann Beneenville.
Some of the outstanaing players or the 1950
graduating class were: Bud uardifz, Gene wieczorek,
Melfrea stillson, Jim Kennedy, and Ronald Voe.
Don Appanaitis, Tom and Bernard Haviland, Ray
Trayes, George Masopuet, ununk Ealing, Bay Luckel,
and Kenneth Rentner were outstanaing players among
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l Row 1- W.Holt, C.Haling, D.Appanaitis, J.Pregenzer, R.Lubkeman,
Row 2- L.Snider, B.Baviland, F.Bolton, R.Trayes, Mr. scott.
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The 1949 track team coached by Mr. Kruzan placed third
in the Northwest Conference Track Meet held in May. The
boys also participated in the Palatine Relays held in April
and won relays with Grant, warren, and wauconda. George
Miller of the class of '49 placed in the mile in the Evan-
several of this year's graduating class who were ac-
tive in track last year were: Dick Radke in the hurdles,
Bob Wilton in the high Jump, Gene nieczorek in the broad
jump and the 100-yard dash, and Fred holf in the discus
and shot put.
Underclassmen who participated last year and who are
likely prospects for next year are: Steve Young in the pole
vault, George Nelson in the high jump, Bernard Gutowski in
the one-half mile, and Barry Larsen in the discus.
Row 1- L.Thulin, D.Deering, B.Gutoweki, R.Wilton,
Row 2- S.Young, G.Ne1son, R.Arndt, F.Wolf, H.Larsen,
Row 3- G.Swensen, W.Hucker, T.Gajewski, R.Scully, Mr.
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The cequoia Music Makers, unoer the uirection of Mr. Hans
Von Holwede, entertained at various events throughout the year.
They playec at
the Parent-Teacher Association gatherings, assisteu
at the junior anu senior plays, ano ere entee the annual Christmas
year they aio not have their spring concert in
order to assure a better turnout for the festival, which was held
at Barrington for the first time.
The chorus, composed
of seventy-three stucents, sang at the
Christmas ann spring concerts. There were a few chosen from this
chorus to sing
zu. This group under the
the annual Spring concerg
at the Barrington festival, -.-- nich was hela on April
oirection of Mr. Von Holweue presented
which was helc March 3l5ano religious
and classical music of various types was sung.
and marched in
under the cirection of Mr. Von Holwede and composed
stuoents, played for the Armistice Day assembly
the Homecoming paraoe. They presenteo their
March 31 and a few of them went to Barrington for
April zu. They also playeu at the various football
games throughout the year.
Row l- R.W11ton, A.Mattson, G.Stephens, J.Burt,
Row 2- Mr. Von Holwede, D.Deering, J.Mahoney, M.PurCom, J.Hawkins,
Row 3- J.Nelson, J.Ste3hens, J.Osmono, F.Mattson, J.Hojem,
4- J.Hahoney, J.Petersen, V.Petersen, L.Stienel, M.Wertz.
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nB1ow, Gabriel, Blown Hbveet and Town
.Zeien, C.Powler, P.Ks1lehQr, A.?entner, U.He1so
Baethke, F.Luz, P.Keulman, J.Csmcnc, D.Fadke,
.Finch, E.Deering, G.bwenson, C.Loftus, J.Fughe:
.Eie1, C.Bock, D.Fetty, E.HcGrea1, R.:eekatz.
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Row 1- Mr. Von Holwede, G.Einfeldt, G.Keating, J.Midg1ey, M.Popp, M.Curnes.
Row 2- b.Garland, N.Eorenberger, M.Pu:dom, P.Freund, C.Loftus, M.Wertz, M.Fie1as,
Row 3- V.Petersen, A.Ring, D.1arsen, M.Mix, P.Bogan, M.Wa1lace, A.5carnato,
Row M- N.bheehan, N.Thompson, L.5teine1, J.Hughes, J.Earden, 5.Beelow, D.Ho1t,
Bow 5- D.nchu1tz. B.Cosgrove, M.Nie15en, C.Powles, T.Burns, L.Erickeen, M.W11ton.
Row 1- J.Pregenzer, D.Deering, J.Runyard, M.Campbe1l, G.5wenson, B.Baviland,
Row 2- P.Ke1leher, A.Rentner, A.Kreft, B.McDouga11, B.Barthel, J.Petersen, R.McGreaL
Row 3- B.Holt, T.Eavi1and, J.O5mond, A.Mattson, F.Mattson, B.Terry, C.Greenlee,
Row Q- R.:tokes, J.Purt, C.Helson, J.?hhoney, s.Horman, L.Lonergan, K.Martin, B.Burnett
.Pock, J.Nahoney, J.Kennecy, G.Felson, T.Gajevski, M.Jef1erson, R.Palm.
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G.Einfeldt, E.Baethke, P.Keulman, F.1ux, R.Padke,
A.Rentner, V.Petersen, J.Petersen, H.Card1ff, J.HoJem.
R.McGrea1, J.Runyard, M.Campbe1l, N.Sheehan, S.Car1and,
Mr. Von Holwede.
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The Juniors, under the direction of Mrs. Jeannette Tulumello,
presented NOut on a Limb,W a comedy in three acts, on November 17
The play drematized the excitement created when Billie Weber
and Charles Craig led her parents and friends to believe that they
were to be married. Actually they had gone to buy a license to sell
the greeting cards Billie made.
The cast consisted of:
Pegina Weber---------Virginia Petersen
Mark Weber ---- ---- ----- David Deering
Billie weber---------Betty Burnett
Mable Hyde- ---- - ------- Judy Anderson
Professor Dadenhoff----George Einfeldt
Orville Gray-- ---- ----Ermit Finch
Bird Brain ----- --- ----- Lorraine Bock
Push Pringle---------Mary Curnes
Charles Craig---------Jerry schultz
Doroth Mattingly ---- --Janice Runyard
Cook1e----- -------- --Ted Gajewski
Jean Hawkins headed the stage management with the assistance of
Row 1- G.E1nfeldt, T.Gajewski, D.Deering, J.schultz,
Bow 2- M.Curnes, B.Eavilend, J.Runyard, Mrs. Tulumello,
Pow 3- J.Hawkins, E.Finch, L.Bock, V.Petersen, B.Burnett-
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The senior clas
immortal novel. The
the little lady! Meg,
1- 1-x.sz111s0n, J.xenneQy, mbchlegel, B.Dieba1l,
- P-Kelleher, J.0netad, M.Campbell, B.Terry,
3- J-stmrretz. B.Bar1:he1, Jnamgley, Gsaylor,
Bmcnaugall, 11.201, Mnfenb.
s presented Little women, an adaptation from Louisa M. alcott's
story centers around the four little women: Jo, the tomboy: Amy
the housekeeper: ana Beth, the patient anu sweet-tempereo one.
Miss Meiners oirecteu the play which was presentec May 4 and 3. aaella Rentner
worken with her as student director.
The cast of characters was as follows:
Meg ---------- ------ - ---- -Mary Ellen Campbell
Jo- ---------------- ------ Pat Kelleher
Mrs. March --------- ------
Mr. March- ---------------
Aunt March- --------------
Hannah Mullet --------- -
Mr. Lawrence- ------------
John Brook ---------------
Professor Bhaer ----------
Betty Jean McDougall
Mary Rose Webb
I-IOMEC OMIN C3
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In spite of drizzling rain the l9h9 Homecoming festivities began Thursday eve-
ning,October 20, when the band led a parade through downtown Antioch followed by
floats decorated by school clubs, individuals, and local organizations.
Upon returning to the school Pete Poulos, the captain of the football team, lit
a bonfire into which he tossed an efligy of Palatine to symbolize Antioch's defeat
of that team.
After extemporaneous speeches by Pete and several faculty members, the group
executed a snake dance on the wet football field.
Friday evening the team defeated Palatine by a score of 12 to 7 to add a vic-
torious keynote to the celebration.
The highlight of the Fomecoming dance, sponsored by the stunent Council, was
the ccronation of Pamae Beedle as Queen and Pete Poulos as King of Homecoming.
The royal atteneants--Joyce btrametz, Marilyn nallace, Jill Mahoney, ana Mary Fielos
were escorteo by Gene wieczorek, Bernard Haviland, Bob Lubkeman, ano Boake Baird.
On May 21, 19b9, at seven o'c1ock, dinner was served in the Apple Blossom
Room to approximately 300 guests. The welcoming adcress was given by Jerry
Crichton, junior class president, followeo by a response by Robert Scott, president
of the seniors. Other speeches and comment: were given by Mr. Birkhead and Mr.
After the Swiss steak dinner, served by members of the freshman and sopho-
more class, Bud Cardiff acted as announcer for a mock radio program.and members
of the senior class provided music. ' ,
The guests then gathered in the beautiful setting of the Apple Blossom
Garden and danced to the dreamy music of Lou Va1's orchestra. The decorations
consisted of soft lights reflecting against the apple blossom ceiling and casting
a soft shadow on the silver apple blossom trees arranged around the room. Picket
fences were twined with apple blossoms and punch was served beneath two low-hanging
apple blossom trees. Thus an atmosphere of a dreanW'summer night was created.
The Grand March was led by June Petersen and Jerry Crichton after their
coronation as queen and king of the l9M9 prom.
Mr. and Mrs. Petty, Miss Darrough, Mr. and Mrs. Polley, Mr. and Mrs.
Kruzan, Mr. and Mrs. Stillson, and Mr. and Mrs. Birkhead were chaperones for the
Committee members were: June Petersen, Joyce Strametz, Adella Rentner, and
Diana Fox, auditorium decorations: Louise Ericksen, Ramae Beedle, Melfred Stillson,
Jim Kennedy, and Mary Ann Quilty, table decorations: and Barbara Barthel, Joyce
strametz and Joanne Midgley, coronation ceremony.
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