Antioch Community High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Antioch, IL)

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TQ n Q 'M - as W IDA, RICHARD EDMUNDSON Principal DONALD CHIAPPETTA English World History Library Club ELMO EDWARDS Assistant Principal General Science Physics NARCISSUS DONOVAN Girl's Physical Education G, A, A, Pep Club Cheerleaders MARGMRET MOORMAN Office Secretary MAY HARTLEY Geometry .CAROL BEAN English Spanish Sequoia Staff PAUL KESSENICH Boys' Physical Education Varsity Football Freshman Football Freshman Basketball Track Facult STANLEY KLONOWSKI Shorthand Typing M. R. KRUZAN Biology Athletic Director Junior Class "A" Club as--' IRIS MCKINNEY English Tom-Tom Staff School Publicity EDWARD RUFFOLO Chorus Band Sequoia Music Makers Facult THERESA WE!-IR English Latin Latin Club RAY WES TERLUND Speech Correction NAOMI MEINERS Home Economics F, H. A , RICHARD SCOTT Chemistry Trigonometry Algebra Varsity Basketball Baseball Freshman Class FRANCIS PERRIGOUE Metal Shop Electricity Sophomore Class Varsity Golf Sophomore Football M. M. STILLSON Industrial Arts WARREN POLLEY TYPU13 Salesmanship Bookkeeping Senior Class Sophomore Basketball IEANNETTE TULUMELLO American History World History Social Problems Student Council Junior Play Senior Play chool Board MRS. LESTER OSM OND MR . LOUIS BIEL MR. FRED SCOTT MR. WALTER HILLS 10 ,,,, ju A avg 4' , ff ' , ":!"-- -E . .. I 1 I Q., F:-A' af, --nl ..,- ,., v ,U 41 , ,. , MI., 'ffm Vw. "Y, ' "v3i,1,g!.,i"f..K " , .a., 'l,,,1 r ' 14,411 ' A,,f,nkr'l f"?v.,. V. .f ffm" A "N .. +-Q,'f"u, ' "1 'N' AM ' . an 1-K 1 ,lv ' M,'n,: 'M 1 ' '?::.Zg-R, -' 0 ...fi 'I - ,nyc ' -11 1 I , -, RONALD ARN DT ..ROn .. Football 1, 2, 3,4g Basketball I, 2,3, Track I, 2,3,4g "A" Club 3,4g Chorus 1, 2,3,4. Ambition: Sing like Bing Crosby. THOMAS ATWOOD ..Tom.. I Basketball I, 25 Latin Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. Ambition: Chemical engineer. V BETTY BEHRENDT "Bets" enior ALBERT BERKIEL II VI F.F.A. I, 2,33 National Honor Society 4. Ambition: Become a pilot. PAUL BIEL llNiCkUl Basketball 2,3,4g Football 2,35 Track I, 25 "A" Club 3,45 Band 1, 2, 35 Tom-Tom Staff 47 Student Council 3. Ambition: Forestry. FORREST BOLTON "Wiggie" Basketball I, 2,3,4g Golf 4, Track I, 23 Baseball I, 2,3,4g Football I,2, 3. 4: "A" Clllb 2. 3.4: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. Ambition: Hot-rod driver. THOMAS CAHILL ,.TOm.. 12. Pep Club I, 2,3,4g G.A.A. 3: Chorus I,2:Al'1f1l1211C1L1b 1,2 Ambition: Live on a ship of happiness. QUEN TIN BEL KE F.F. A. 35 Track 45 Junior Play, Trans. from Wilmot '50. Ambition: Mink rancher. ERLING CARPENTER Trans. to Wautoma, Wisc. '52, DENISE CHRISHOP Pep Club 45 Tom-Tom staff 45 Senior Play. Trans. from Ontario, California '5O. Ambition: Get married and raise a family. WILLIAM CLARKE "Bill" Basketball I, 25 Baseball I, 2,3,45 Football 1, 2,3,45 Track l, 25 "A" Club 45 Tom-Tom Staff 45 National Honor Society 4. GAIL DEITRICK G.A.A. I, 2, 3,45 Pep Club I, 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Junior Play5 Senior Playg Chorus I5 F.H.A. 45 Annual Club 1, 2,3, Treas. 4. Ambition: College . r A ,cm .55 ,A 151 YW ., , ' w " 1 1f5.,.g , J' ' Mi: ' J if . l5.Qif'1i'E I' , ' , . ,r.....r., f . A .,,:: f 1 l 'ft 7' ,ig i G. is enior Basketball 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 "A" Club 3,45 Chorus 3,4 Tom--Tom Staff 45 Annual Staff 4. Ambition: Be a Globetrotter. RICHARD DITTMER "Bud" RONALD FLATTUM "Ronnie" Track I, 2,45 Football 35 "A" Club 2,3,43 Basketball Manager 25 Latin Club 3, 4, Pres. 35 National Honor Society 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play. Ambition: Be a chemical engineer. SUE GARLAND "Suzi Q" Junior Play5 Senior Playg Latin Club 3,45 Jazz Band I, 2,3 45 Chorus I, 2,3,45 Band I,2,3,45 Tom-Tom Staff 45 Annual Club I, 2, 3, Staff 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3,45 F.H.A. 4. Ambition: Registered nurse. WILLIAM GARRAUGHTY " Garrachie " Chorus I5 Basketball 25 Track 15 Annual Club I. Ambition: Play baseball with New York Yankees. 13 if '1"'...."" enior AUDREY HATTENDORF "Mickey" Pep Club 1, 2.3.43 F. H.A. 1,2,3,4: Golf 3. Ambition: Nurse. MARSHALL HAYDON "Marsh" Chorus I,2,3g Band 35 Track I. Ambition: Electrician. JAMES HOLT "Jim" Football I, 25 Basketball I, Manager 35 "A" Club 45 - National Honor Society 3,45 Class Pres. 4. Ambition: Accountant. DALE JONES "Ionesy" Football 4, Class Treas. 4. Trans. from Lane Tech '51 Ambition: Own my own speed shop. IOLENE GASTON ..DOdy.. G.A.A. 2,3,45 Annual Club I, 2,35 Pep Club I,2,3,45 Chorus I5 Tom-Tom Staff 4. Ambition: Live a happy, married life. EVONNE GINDICK uEd1v G.A.A. I, 2,45 Latin Club 1, 2,45 Chorus I, 25 National Honor Society 45 Pep Club I, 2,45 Tom-Tom Editor 45 Annual Staff 4. Ambition: Hit Broadway . JOHN HALVORSEN "Halvie" Track I, 2,3,45 Baseball 2. Ambition: First-rate mechanic. ALLAN HAMLIN .. A1 .. Baseball I5 Track I5 Basketball I. Ambition: Radio and television engineer. -5 CHARLES KEMPF "Chuck" Ambition: Herpetoligist. DENNIS KENNEDY "Poo Poo' Football 3,4g Track 3,4g Golf 3,4g Basketball 3, Jazz Band 3,45 Chorus 3,4g "A, Club 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Junior Playg Football Captain 4. Trans. fnom Marmion Military Academy '50. Ambition: Civil engineer. PATSY IGULMAN ..Pat.. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3,4g Chorus 4g National Honor Society 3,43 Jazz Band 1, 2,3,4, Band 1, 2,3,4g Annual Club I, 2, 3, Co-editor 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3,4g Cheerleader 1, 2,3,4g Class Sec. 3. Ambition: Be happy. DONALD KLIER .. Don.. Chorus 45 Latin Club 45 Senior Play. Trans. from Farragut High School '51, Ambition: Be happy and successful. ' H..-1 enior DOLORES LARSEN "Dee Dee" Chorus I, 2,45 Pep Club 4, F.H. A. 3: National Honor Society 4. Ambition: Be a beautician and later get married. HARRY LARSEN "Junior" Football 2,3,4g Track I, 2, 3,4g Baseball rg Basketball Ig "A" Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4: Chorus 4. Ambitiong Be boss of my own construction company. LOIS LONERGAN "Lonnie " G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Pep Club I, 2,3,4gAl'l1'1l1a1C1L1b 1,25 Chorus I, 2,43 Student Council 4. Ambition: Travel abroad. GLORIA LUBKEMAN "Glory" G.A.A. l,2,3,4 g Annual Club 1, 2,35 Pep Club I,2, 3,45 F.H.A. I. Ambition: Travel. 15 S 4-5- enior GEORGE MASOPUST "Gorgeous" "AY Club 3,4, Football I, 2,3,4, Captain 25 Baseball I, 25 Track I, 25 Golf 3,45 Basketball I, 2,3. Ambition: Play pro football. JACK MEYER "Jackson" Trans, from Proviso Township High School '51, MARILYN Mix "Red" Chorus I,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3'4: F.H.A. I,2,3,4. Ambition: Teach business or physical ed. in high school. CHARLENE NELSON ' "Char" G.A.A. I, 2, 3,4, All-Stars 3,45 Junior Play5 Chorus I, 25 Band I, 25 Annual Club 1, 2, 3, Staff 45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Cheerleader I,2,3,4: F.H.A. I, 2,3,4, Sec. 3. Ambition: Airline stewardess. 16 ROBERT LUBKEMAN "Bob" "A" Club 2,3,45 Student Council I5 Football I, 2,3,45 Baseball I, 2,3,45 Track I, 25 Basketball I, 2,3,45 Class Treas. I5 Class Pres. 2. Ambition: Make enough money to be happy, ANN MCMILLEN G.A.A. I, 2, 3,45 Sec. 2, All-Stars 35 Student Council I5 National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Latin Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Annual Club I, 2, Staff 3,4 Co-editor 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres, 45 Class Vice-Pres. 2, 3. Ambition: College. JILL MAHONEY "Moe" G.A.A. I, 2,3,45 Chorus I,2, 45 Band 2,45 Tom-Tom Staff 45 Annual Staff I, 2, 3,45 Cheerleaders I, 2, 3,4. Ambition: Raise a football team. SHIRLEY MANI "Shir1" G- A-A- 2.3.45 Senior Play5 Chorus I, 25 Tom-Tom Staff 4: Pep Club 3,4, Secretary 35 F.H.A. I, 25 Cheerleader 3: 4- Ambition: Live, love, marry and be happy. GEORGE NELSON "Nels" "A" Club I, 2,3,49 Junior Play, Chorus I, 2,3,4g Annual Staff 4, F.F.A. I, 2g Student Council Ig Football I, 2,3g Track I,2g Golf 45 Basketball I, 25 Class Treas. 23 Class Pres. 3. Ambition: Be bigger than my kids. FRED NrELsEN Hvvnneyr Football Ig Track Ig Basketball I, 2, 3. Ambition: Hot rod driver. IOANNE OSMOND .. JO.. G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, All-Stars 3,45 National Honor Society 4g Senior Playg Latin Club 3,43 Jazz Band 3,4g Chorus l,2,3,4g Band I, 2,3g Annual Club I, 2, Staff 3,45 Pep Club I, 2,3,4g Class Sec. 2. Ambition: College. ROBERT PALM ..BOb.. Football I, 2. Ambition: Die at a ripe old age. . I , enior Latin Club 4, Pres. 45 Chorus 45 Trans. Blue Springs, Missouri '51, RHODA PALMER "Rode" Ambition: Nurse- IRENE PERRY ..PeU,. G.A.A. 2,3, 4, All-Stars 45 Annual Club I, 3, Annual Staff 2,4g Chorus I,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g F.H.A. 1, 2,3. 4- Ambition: High school teacher. RONALD PETERS "Pete" "A" Club 4g Student Council 4g Chorus 4, Football 2,4 Track 35 Trans. from Leo High School '49. Ambition: Coach a football team. LEWIS PLACE "Louie" "A" Club 4, Chorus 3,43 F.F.A. 3, Football 2, 43 Trans. from New Trier '48. Ambition: Professional hockey player, l7 V V 5 V gay, .. , , V, 7, .V,k. 54413, ,V P ,ff- 0 F! 1 1 W 0 f 7 me enior ROBERT RUGGLES "Bob" ANTHONY SCARNATO "Mickey" Football 2,35 Baseball 25 Latin Club 3,45 Chorus 2. Ambition: Be a pharmacist. NATALIE SCHIPPMANN "Na-til1ie" Pep Club I, 2,3,45 F.H.A. I, 2,3,45 Annual Club I staff 45 G.A. A. I, 25 Iunior Playg Senior Play. Ambition: Make my daydreams come true. RONALD SCULLY "Scull" "A" Club 2,3,4g Football 2,3,45 Track r, 2,3,45 Basketball I, 25 Annual staff 3,45 Tom-Tom staff 45 Student Council 3, Vice-Pres. 35 Class Reporter 35 Chorus 3,4. Ambition: Newspaper reporter. 1 213: WILLIAM POULSEN "Willy" "A" Club 3,45 Student Council Pres. 49 Junior Play5 Chorus 45 F,F.A. I, 2,35 Football 2, 3,45 Baseball 2,45 Basketball 25 Class Vice-Pres. I5 Tom-Tom Staff 4, Ambition: Die at a ripe old age. KENNETH RENTNER "Hank" Baseball I, 2,3,4g Basketball I, 2,3,4g Track 3,45 Foot ball 2,35 "A" Club 2,3, 4, Treas. 4. Ambition: Make enough money to be happy and later get married. ALEETA RING "Squirl" F.H.A. I, 2,3,45 Annual Club I5 Tom-Tom Staff 45 Pep Club I, 2,3,4, Treas. 4. Ambition: Travel with my husband. ARVIS RING "Arvie" F.H.A. 1, 2,3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 3: Pep Club I, 2,3, 4, Treas. 35 Annual Staff 45 Chorus 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,4g Class Vice-Pres. 4. Ambition: Live, love and be happy. RUDOLPH SELAK "Red nose" Trans. from Harrison High '50, Ambition: Hot-rod driver. WILLIAM SIMONSEN "Bill" Chorus I,2,3,4g Annual Club 1: Senior Play. Ambition: Be a success in life. LOUIS SNIDER H Louie" "A" Club 2,3,4: Track 1, 2,3,4: Annual Club I,2,3, staff 4: Baseball Manager I: Senior Play. Ambition: Be happy and successful. JOAN STEPHENS "Ioannie " Pep Club I,2g F.H.A. 4: Band 2,3,4g Annual Club 2. Ambition: Nurse . enior RUTH STOKES "Stoker" G.A.A. I, 2,3, 4, All-Stars 4, Chorus I, 2: Pep Club 2,3,4: Annual Staff 4. Ambition: Get rich. ROGER STRATTAN ..ROg.. Ambition: Tool designer. DOLORES SUNDIN "Lorrie" Chorus 1,2,3g F.H.A. 1,25 Pep Club I. Ambition: Housewife. NANCY THOMPSON "Nano" Chorus I, 2,3,4: Annual Club 1,23 Pep Club I, 2,3,4 F.H.A. I. Ambition: To achieve success in all that I do. I9 .mx enior MARY LOU WIZLTON "Lu Lu" F.H.A. 2,3g G.A.A. 3,4g Chorus I,2gIl1l'liOI Play. Ambition: Nurse . ROBERT WILTON HBO .. b Band I, 2,3,4g Basketball I,2,4g Track Ig Golf 3,49 M Annual Staff 4. Ambition: Travel. JOYCE THULIN Ulm.. Pep Club I,2,3,4g Chorus 2,3,4g F.H.A. 4g G.A.A. 2 Sec. 4, All-Stars 3,4g Tom-Tom staff 4g Annual Club I, 2,35 Class Sec. 4. Ambition: Nurse. VIRGINIA VAN PATTEN "Gina" Pep Club I,2,3,4g F.H.A. I,2,3,4g Chorus Ig Annual Club I, 2, 3. Ambition: Become an heiress of a millionaire. MARY VOS "Babe" G.A.A. 2,3, 4, All-Stars 4g Pep Club I, 2,3,4g Annual Club I,2,3Q Latin Club 3,4p F.H.A. lg Chorus I. Ambition: Travel. RAYE WET ZEL nwetz.. Trans. from 1.5. Morton '5I. I I V VVVI ' 20 Class Will iii 1952 Ronny Arndt leaves his height to the janitors when they have to wash high windows. Tom Atwood wants Kenny Pedersen to have his quiet ways. Betty Behrendt's basketball ability goes to next year's senior G.A.A. girls. Quentin Belke wills his atomic personality to Bill Bachman. Paul Biel's long legs ought to look good on Joan Cervenka. A1 Berkiel says anyone who likes pretty nurses can have his hospital bed. Forrest Bolton leaves his scooter-racing ability to Fred Miller. Tom Cahill has invented his.excuses to get out of school for Gordon Heuer. Erling Carpenter wants the freshman football boys to have his manly build. Denise Chrishop leaves Willie Poulsen to any girl who thinks she can get him. Bill Clarke thinks Miss McKinney ought to have his cartoon strips. Gail Deitrick will leave Chuck Bock for the football team. Bud Dittmer's height goes to anyone who can take the razzing it gets. Ronny Flattum bequeaths his nickname of "Flattop" to John Wetzel. Bill Garraughty wants Phil Vos to have his dreamy eyes. Jolene Gaston's many skating skirts go to Mary Fields. Sue Garland wills her musical ability to Eddie Haling: Evonne Gindick believes everyone ought to have a try at getting through school in only three years. John Halvorsen thinks some juniors could use some of his bashfulness. Allan Hamlin's car goes to Speedster, Ronnie Marotta. Marshall Haydon will let his car go to anyone who wants to decorate it for next year's parade. Audrey Hattendorf wills her job at the theater to anyone who likes good movies. Jim Holt's jalopy can go to anyone who can keep it running. Dale Jones wants Coach Kruzan to have his beanie. Chuck Kempf would like to leave his pets to a good keeper. Dennis Kennedy wills his ways with "women everywhere" to Tom Elwood. Patsy Keulman leaves her letters from Chicago to Nancy Sheehan. Don Klier's' "sleight-of-hand" magic goes to Bobby Floyd. Dolores Larsen says Mr. Ruffolo can give her voice to one of his music students. Harry Larsen thinks Allen Masopust needs his charm with the girls. Lois Lonergan gives her summer suntan to Sharon Behrens. Gloria Lubkeman's laugh goes to Rose Marie Larsen. Bob Lubkeman thinks Jim McMillen can handle his position as left end of the team. Jill Mahoney leaves her difficulties in Shorthand II to next year's students. Shirley Mani wills her giggle to Diana Sterling. George Masopust's fuchsia shirt goes to Wally Ring. Ann McMillen wills her aches and bruises acquired on the skating floor to Shirley Walker. Jack Meyer's ability to get along well goes to anyone who is capable of using it. Marilyn Mix gives her long red hair to Sue Forgette. Charlene Nelson's job as cheerleader goes to the up-and-coming juniors. George Nelson leaves his dark curls to Ronnie Miller. Fred Nielsen wills his bright blue eyes to Joanne Wilton. Joanne Osmond leaves her quiet, efficient ways to Margie Purdom. Bob Palm's agruments in Salesmanship go to next year's class. Rhoda Palmer says Christine Kopecky can have her longing for the Missouri hills. Irene Perry bequeaths her ability to get along with Donna Martin to the Martin sisters. Ron Peters leaves his voice and manner to Ron Jesen. Lewis Place wills his homework to all green "freshies. " Bill Poulsen's job as student council prexy goes to Bob Seekatz.. Kenny Rentner's job as guard in the Social Problems trials is left for next year's boys. Aleeta Ring says anyone who thinks she can carry them may have her big feet. Arvis Ring wants Nancy Vanc to have her long hair. Bob Ruggles' double blond waves go to Jerry Quilty. Anthony Scarnato leaves his mustache to Bruce Stahmer. Natalie Schippmann gives her G.A.A. muscles to Mr. Polley. Ron Scully wants Donna Martin to have his dimples. Rudolph Selak leaves his quietness to Pat Miller. Bill Simonsen thinks his shortness will fit Eddie Ring. Louis Snider bequeaths his red pants to Russell Gilday. Joan Stephens's beautiful brown eyes go to Jean Tegelman. Ruth Stokes leaves her freckles to Bobby Johnson. Roger Strattan says Pat Mille-r can have his streak of blonde hair. Dolores Sundin wants her nickname of "Moonbeam" to- go to Virginia Harness. Nancy Thompson's Homecoming job of running around seeing people goes to anyone who can take it Joyce Thulin will let Mary Kisel have her typing ability. Virginia Van Patten's blonde hair goes to Barbara Ann Forbrich. Mary Vos wills her skating ability to Joanne Haak. Raye Wetzel wants Bobby Weber to have his gym socks. Bob C. Wilton bequeaths his curly hair to Judy Romer Mary Lou Wilton leaves her Florida vacation to anyone who has the money to go. 'LS Nfff' Junior 4' FIRST ROW: M. Fields, Sec.: J. Cervenka, Treas.: SECOND ROW: B. Baird, Vice-Pres.: I. Quilty, Pres: Mr. Kruzan, Advisor, FIRST ROW: Mr, Kruzan, R. Marorta, G. Rendall, B. Forbrich, U. Andersen, N. Cunningham, J. Kiehl, D. Petty, SEC HND ROW: S. Walker, J, Bunkelman, I. Cervenka, J. Osmond, J. Gaston, C. Bock, M. Haling, K. Martin, M. Kisel. THIRD ROW: R. Bardell, L. Case, E. Baethke, R. Nickerson, R. Seekatz, R. Hernquist,W. De Kant, B. Baird, W. Wilson. a 99:-P 96- lid AG vx qxlffi 2902 L.- Wa-A 5111 cu- 1' -0 4111 1' nu f' Juv , .uv W?- .v 93 L4 ,Q-.4 Az. ,nt ex I5 6' + lilf L 1 L. FIRST ROW: S. Forgette, M, Purdom, C, Loftus, G, Lasco, D. Sterling, S, Beelow, N. Sheehan, M. Fields. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kruzan, G. Paglusch, D. Braeckman, A. Anderson, R. Weber, I. Armstrong, G. Heuer, P. Cys, M, Wertz. THIRD ROW: R, Starrnan, R. Bachman, J. Eder, M. Hruby, P, Matteoni, J. Quilty, R. Wainio, D. Swanson, K. Pedersen, T. Elwood. Junior FIRST ROW: W, Deering, M. Nielsen, C. Powles, I. Hughes, G. Pierce, L. Steinel, N. Vanc. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kruzan, P. Miller, D, Petersen, L. Bogaerts, N. Carney, F. Stahmer, A. Case, M. Gorman. THIRD ROW: W. Bailey, D. Adams, L. Burdick, D. Masopust, R. Thorness, R. Floyd, B. Stahmer, F. Zeien. Q1 -1-'PW 35 51 he vw E W QF ophomore 'AF vc Y .Xb X vfm. f 75 ask A ja- J Ks! FIRST ROW: T. Mc Greal, Pres.: I. Pechulis, Vice-Pres.g B. Cayce, Sec.g W. Midgley, Treas.: Mr. Perrigoue, Advisor, FIRST ROW: N. Quinn, D, Lux, M. Dowell, S. Weber, A. Schwicht, S, Richards, D. Lewis, SECOND ROW: Mr. Perrigoue, J, Eppers, F. Bauman A.G0rsl4i, M. McCann, J. Paddock, B. Hoye, B. Waldweiler, P. Burgdorf, L. Hostetler, THIRD ROW: R. Gilday, I. Pechulis, V. Lubkeman, R. Schmidt. I. Wells, R. Snyder, L. Thompson, FOURTH ROW: n, E. Balrnes, F. Slazes, K. Buchta, M. Verke, G, Vizensky, E. Frazier, R. Langosch, R. Nohlechek. BC JL ..g-x If x E5 . kv I 3 X , rf. W, 1 X ,-ve, 5 F '44!'1r. I lf? I X595 9 F rr Q-fa Flu-1' .3 Q ff- f F we as :away E 196' f Qky' . .141 v F ri... 1 IU' fy, QQ KE. f rx, 26. .- T Q5 A6 4? 'S -...+R L 7'3g: - X: FIRST ROW: M. Matteoni, R. Larsen, B. Cayce, I. Tegelman, I. Foley, K, Stollenwerk, M. Herman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Perrigoue, D. Martin, S. Nelson, C. Edmundson, E. Phillips, L. Loescher, F. Miller, J. Holem. THIRD ROW: G. Pedersen, G. Hucker, W. Davis, L. Lass, T. McGreal, R. Hedberg, F. Bartlett, S. Schroeder. FOURTH ROW: A. Forgette, P. Gustafson, R, Cryer, E. Haling, I. Healy, W. Balek, M. Morris, W. Gebhardt, I. Quedenfeld. ophomore FIRST ROW: S. Behrens, M. Schlegel, S. Ross, J. Haak, L. Faust, W. Midgley, I. Horenberger. SECOND ROW: Mr. Perrigoue, V. Harness, E. Catardi, B. Van Patten, I. Caddy, E, Chernik, R. Iach, C. Heeter. THIRD ROW: R. Johnson, N. Ryan, G. Halvorsen, P. Vos, J. Kelly, I. Kramer, W. Terry. FOURTH ROW: H. Kapell, D. Runyard, B. Mix, I. Cugier, I. Gutowski, R. Iarnigo, R. Huml, H. Wilson. 39 ll D1 gg J?- K 74 C6 if +1 F. ' -fag naw 4. hui L. f. Pre hmen FIRST ROW: M, Wolf, Vice-Pres., T. Chrishop, Pres.g SECOND ROW: S.Gray, Treas.: A. Masopust, Sec.: Mr. Scott, Advisor. FLRST ROW: M. Atwood, L, Portalski, K. Kennedy, P. Strattan, D. Jerde, I, Shepherd, SECOND ROW: Mr. Scott, L. Flattum, P, Haydon, P. Carney, R. Kufalk, D.Monnier, P, Pincombe. THIRD ROW: S. Keating, T. Chrishop, E. Ring, M. Haviland, B. Floyd, F, Clarke, C. Cervenka.FOURTH ROW: P. Mattson, I. McMil1en, P. Eckert, W. Gallagher, K. Kania, A. Masopust, K. Van Patten, F, Roberts, W. Ring, txt Tx f""N 1 ffyf -,X x 'it HQ B? I 'VI -, Cf gt Q I . 'P ' 4 ' f - ,, wg, 3 S '51 fu...--cj.,-W. ,i, FIRST ROW: L. Rider, J. Alvers, G. Seyfarth, M. Stephens, V. Runge, N, Swenson. SECOND ROW: S. Angeloff, L. Waterman, R. Iesen, W. Horton, J. Wetzel, W. Brownlee, N. Rentner. THIRD ROW: Mr. Scott, S. Oilschager, D. Van Hilst, M. Bolton, G. Biel, B. Corbin, S. Slazes. FOURTH ROW: W. Wilton, R. Banasack, J. Palmer, K. Kammer, H. Horton, R. Miller, I. Crawford, W. Blake, H. Ballwanz. FIRST ROW: V. Simonsen, M. Atwood, R. Wolf, S. Gray, M, Hogan, A. Vos, R. January, SECONDROW: R,Gilday, I. Braeckman, J. Quilty, C. Beelow, L. Bobrick, M. Furlan, H. Meyers. THIRD ROW: MI. Scott, M. Freund, M. Balek, M. Wolff, D. Bobrick, I. Romer, P. Petersen, B. Novak. FOURTH ROW: R. Ballwanz, G. Lewis, D. Cain, I. Krieger, R. Beck, I. Arndt, R. Turner, W. Utley. QE' Cv , ...,. 0 4 f l 3 W x 1? ,ik wa 5 , P f 7""4a-f 9, 1 1 1. Crulslng down the rlver Z Skatlng 3 Play1ng the f1eld 4 A human pyrarrud 5 What a Babe? 6 Phll and F1dO 7 A Coy girl 8 Are you bored? 9 B111 10 Sleepy t1me pals ll East s1de klds 12 Double trouble 13 Wow' 14 M155 Sequoit 15 Three Muskateers A 'ar ACI! 19 sv-ll,, 1 1441, . QI Age--. ix? ' , , X sqm. 4" it S 311 'nr 1 I A N ' , - L ' ,-,., , 'fr ag ' - ' ' - ,,:.f,.f3 , I V f .fm if A M . - .. ., '.. ' , at 'xqgg I .4 " .pf rw ff . H qw ,Q-.2 fir , ,ww H' - -. L J X , H, ffl, +!,,5,,. I' V, .N H my ,' xg:-Q ,Q , F" Mr: mg'-1. '. Aff 1 m, , ' MQ, -- f ff ,f,v+ rw- " ,wi ew: ff 'f ff ip gififv X nf ' gm . 'lsr I. V N . s ' 54' F-1,. 2' , ' ff 1 ' fQ3g",v P :AA ji f ,',, fa X ,, V f - . f fr . M 21,4 :,m+Qg' ' 1 , ,A-A -. . -,gf 1 3? E 1"wf"7 M., , ,. Mr' .af N' -5 Xian office? Bm gsfjekaw , - 10 . i at , . . . U . fine 5:3335 -de ', L- ' o ?rei1?re5lden, - ' L ,Carsixlurveuo vkc taxi. . ' ' . 5' . NW Secfeguter . . 1133 ,I . - .SO eww 30 'if l 4 tudent Council MEMBERS Loraine Steinel Carol Loftus Gail Deitrick Bill Poulsen Lois Lonergan Ron Peters Barbara Cayce Gail Pedersen .Tim McMillen Phil Vos Bruce Stahrner Bob Seekatz Virginia Runge Mike Haviland fK Il al Honor ocrety FIRST ROW: R, Flattum, L, Steinel, D. Larsen, G, Deitrick, P, Keulman, E, Baethke, SECOND ROW: W, Clarke, A. MCMi11en, I. Osmond, A. Berkiel, C. Bock. E. Gindick, D, Kennedy, I. Cervenka, T, Atwood, I. Holt, FIRST ROW: I. Caddy, I. Horenberger, L. Faust, S, Ross, Kramer, Mr, Chiappetta, G, Vizensky, S, Behrens, E. Catardi, SECOND ROW: E, Chemik, B, Var1Patten, I. 'x 4, ,,,v. I I., VH- .421-. M ,ws ,f 'rf ' Fi, , ,- .sr-'f W , , .. ..,,4 ' s ss T' Library Club 'E' 71 3, 16. L...... Junior Class Pla ix HFINDERS CREEPERSH Hercules Nelson is going to visit his uncle for the weekend. He decides to take his friend, Wilbur, with him. Much to their surprise, they find upon arrival that Hercules' uncle is a rnortician. Complica- tions set in immediately, for they are not sure they want to sleep in a mortuary. They discover that Mr. Quigley, who has been proclaimed dead, does walk and does eat. A mystery hovers over his death, so the boys decide to turn detectives and find out who is responsible for Mr. Quigley's supposed murder. They are aided by little Frankie who solves her murders accord- ing to the clues in the mystery thriller. ' 32 CAST OF CHARACTERS Wilbur Maxwell ....... Boake Baird Hercules Nelson ..... James Osmond Celeste, Hercules' cousin.Joan Cervenka Nina Quigley, Mr. Quigley's granddaughter ...... Uldine Andersen Frankie, Celeste's little sister ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Martin Aunt Mary .......... Mary Kisel Uncle Bob .......... Fred Zeien Granny, Uncle Bob's grandmother .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loraine Steinel Mr. Quigley, the corpse . Charles Bock Dr. Brown, the family physician ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bruce Stahmer Madeline, Mr. Quigley's sister ..... ................MaryFields Harry Schuster, Lawyer, friend of Madeline ......... William DeKant Daphne, the maid ....... Pat Miller Claude, the caretaker . .William Deering Henry, the helper ...... David Petty PRODUCTION STAFF David Petty Carol Loftus Mrs. Tulumello. . . . Director J.: enior Class Play CAST OF CHARACTERS Mary Early, a high school student. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ShirleyMani Randolph Cunningham, Mary's boyfriend ..............DonKlier Delphi, the general housekeeper .... .............SueGarland Hope Early, the older sister ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . Ann McMillen Bob Early, I-lope's problem brother . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ronald Scully Dick Early, a college medical student. . . . . . . . . . . . .Ronald Flattum Emily Early, the mother. .Gail Deitrick Richard Early, the father . Ronald Arndt Miriam Walker, Mary's high school chum Natalie Schipprnann Jenny Malloy, Dick's stabilizer .... . . . . . . . . . . . Denise Chrishop Jack Milford, a college boy ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louis Snider "Buzz" Daily, Bob's so-called pal . . . . . . . . . . . . . .William Simonsen Mrs. Forester, awealthy widow .... . . . . . . . . . . . .Joanne Osmond Sanford Welles, a young lawyer .... . . . . . . . . . . . . Albert Berkiel PRODUCTION STAFF Director . . . Mrs. Jeannette Tulumello Stage managers .... Joyce Thulin and Jack Meyer "FOOT-LOOSE" This story concerns a typical American family. Father Early has allowed Mother Early to over-protect her growing brood of children. Finally the children rebel against their parents and decide to send Father and Mother on a South American cruise. Delphie is left in charge of the household, but Hope is to manage the finances. After the departure of the parents, the young people realize the problems involved in the rearing of a family. Bob draws all of his allowance at one time to invest in an old car. His friend and he crash into a wealthy widow's car and find themselves involved in a law suit. Mary becomes the economical cook, due to Del- phie's illness, so she uses the old economy measure and feeds them on rice and maca- roni. Bob has to learn to iron his own clothes. Mary is undecided as to whether or not she should follow her mother's wishes or those of her friend, Miriam. Hope tries to mother them all and develops into a won- derful person, thus, she regains her lost sweetheart. Dick disobeys his parents and marries while still in college. When the parents return from their trip, they find their family grown up. The child- ren find them changed parents also. Thus one concludes that responsibility has been good for the children, and a vacation has done wonders for the parents. Latin Club OFFICERS President .... R. Palmer Vice-President. . W. Bailey Secretary. . . M. Haling Treasurer .... M. Freund Sergeant-at-arms . .W. Terry Advisor .... Miss Wehr FIRST ROW: M. Freund, M. Vos, D. Klier, W. Bailey, N. Carney, A. McMi11en. SECOND ROW: Miss Wehr, E. Gindick, A. Scarnato, R. Flattum, R. Johnson, L. Case. THIRD ROW: P. Carney, S. Garland, M. Kisel, R. Palmer. FOURTH ROW: T. Atwood, W. Terry, H, Kapell, N. Ryan, D, Cain, C. Edmundson, G- Pag- lusch, I. Osmond, 74' AL N 'Hr an '7 up 3 94 i ,,. W 1 0 R P1-1 E U S , Solo or Ht Bb Clarinet Overture Arranged by M' L' me Arr. for 1N4ode'rn Bands wxrh Xen' Pnrrx A119 con fuoco D , . , ff' R1 Km . 1 ' . if 555 ' 1225 B- e I 1 1 O' jf .L."- D ' . +5 2 . ' ' ' ' 2-: -" " f.::: - : eulllg if S ll lllclglggl-lufgzllllllnl 3 Q 1 l Y eeu:JL L--EL.-QL-'n.' Xei..'-K'Xel11 equoia Mu ic Maker I - I? :H lu T O, Y ' i ' uviug:1.11'-K+ t- Sx- 7 ., b,..X bb 5 bt-elif .-+--P-'nf-1-1, Q.-. ,4"'- FIRST ROW: N. Rentner, I. Cervenka, C. Powles, L. Steinel, M. Nielsen, E. Baethke, P. Keulman, D. Cain, T. 3 McGrea1. SECOND ROW: D. Kennedy, I. Osmond, Mr. Ruffolo, I. Hughes, S. Garland, C. Bock, D. Petty, H' mum -,. Iniroduction to Third Act 3 'ml 40 et RICHARD WAGN1-:R by George Drumm O VIVHCS I mhengm Arranged for Symphonic Band 5 Ire ' L D A '5 Q , 1-X Q A . . ll I , l:I C 'I I 1.1 - ' n-. X l - -Q I- L-3 E , I Q- Ll I: E- 1 ff ff ff f'F 3 17' ,ci TT ax B- o I 4 'X - I 9 P' 3 Solo fx, 2 A I L, 3 g gd- F P l mf' fy 8 Zndcf 3rd Cor, Choru fm ff V MR. RUFFQLO, Director - , A . , ,X , , :LK D' , E 5'M"'5E E E S QD Solo fi f"w CVD . 1 . .,.,-.,t ,,.,. X 1 U , , H ' 0 ' KN 4 hl'i'i?iTl933ii'Efik'f- - in SLN gig E " E , R 7-I Q 'J I' J W- f dm. p 42 p -..XX X, X co ,.,. if-. - - 1 Q' o """i 1 , C ,c ' ,y +4 f' an , 5 ,ff FIRST ROW: D. Larsen, M. Mix, J. Hughes, M, Nielsen, S. Schroeder, I. Horenberger, S. Behrens, B. Waldweiler. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ruffolo, L. Portalski, M. Wertz, P. Keulman, S. Garland, S. Slazes, D. Sterling, L. Steinel, G. Pierce, M. McCann, P. Miller. THIRD ROW: W. Simonsen, J. Caddy, J. Paddock, D. Lux, L, Rider, P. Pin- combe, S. Weber, J. Tegelman, D. Martin, P. Carney. FOURTH ROW: H. Larsen, J. Nelson, W. Garraughty, G. Nelson, W. Poulsen, C. Bock, B. Mix, D. Kennedy, F. Miller, I. Healy. QV '57 5 fl? 3 l 3 o J FIRST ROW: D. Braeckman, D. Petersen, R. Arndt, R. Dittmer, T. McGreal, M. Wolff, A. Schwicht, E. Chernik. SECOND ROW: B. Corbin, M. Matteoni, M. Herman, I. Gaston, W. Midgley, E, Catardi, S. Richards, B. Cayce, B. Forbrich, M. Freund, Mr, Ruffolo. THIRD ROW: N. Cunningham, K. Martin, J. 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In 1934 Mr. Von Holwede wrote and dedicated to our school the now traditional school song, "Antioch High". THEN TN APPRECIATION 5' "C" NOW FAREWELL 40 German Teacher's College and following a profes- sional career as theatre organist in the Mid-West. Coach Maurice Kruzan was formerly stationed in Florida as a captain in the Air Force before coming to the Antioch Township High School in 1945 to be employed as biology teacher and headf coach of the track, football, and basketball teams. In 1950 Mr. Kruzan became the Athletic Director of the Antioch Township High School until he resigned in 1951 to be engaged in the turkey business in Avon, Illinois. He was the sponsor of the Junior Class and the "A" Club. tw. ,Egg ' .g,5jgm+ ' 1' ' ' ay 5 li ' , ,. "" 122 f irm l' '1'J"Q-QQ7' I' Q i,.. V-'75f7ff'3'fi , :,c ,, -' Q ! , 1 V A ' A ' "i' 'fl fi 1I,uff?VIj'1V' V"'.,yf i A 9 , gfnfffif 7 .V fpf. 'ii3V51,.'5 -1. f' '- i V, ' . -, H ,h A , V X 1-' JJL .. f I 4 I AT WORK HIS SUCCESSOR, MR. ORR NOW 41 s.-dp' ' if a .t RA 1 , T ra :' A f farffmf is 'P 1.2. gm 'Qt 'fi' " 4 ' ,ff ,Y Sv 23? ' as vo1.1, No.6 Antioch, 11111-ters Dece wrt FESTQVITEES Ctost X51 srucsm gouncat TO save PART smmrus iQ PLAY For stmaora HEveryone seems to have the Christmas spirit this yearin re- marked a senior girl last-week. as the students busily cawunn, flaged the repair work being done around school with red and green yuletide decorations. The Student Council had spurred on the activities with a special bulletin issued the week before, Tomorrow after the sixth hour everyone will be dismissed for the Christmas program, to be held in the gym. Membe classes will presl , Advrsor Mrss Mc Editor Evonne Gxndxck FIRST ROW: B. Forbrich, B. Cayce, W. Clarke, R. Dutmer P Brel R Scully MISS McK1nney I Thuhn SECOND ROW: P. Haydon, W. Midgley, I. Gaston, I. Haak, S Ross C Loftus M Herman N Schrppmann N Rentner THIRD ROW: I, Cervenka, U. Andersen, S. Mani, J. Mahoney A Rrng M Krsel E Glndrck L Faust FOURTH ROW: S. Garland, D. Sterling, G. Biel, L. Steinel, G Pedersen C Edmundson E Cherrnk D Chrrshop J Gaston 1 Council make this vine Drosrram r-hpivmfm nf' Hm rw Xi nnual taff OFFICERS Co-Editors. .... Ann McMillen . . . . . and Patsy Keulman Advisor. . . . Miss Bean FRONT ROW: Miss Bean, R. Wilton, R. Dittrner, C. Bock, P. Keulman, A, McMillen. SECOND ROW: N. Schipprnan, G. Deitrick, E. Chernik, A. Ring, W. Sirnonsen, W. Midgley, R. Stokes. Tl-ILRD ROW: E. Gindiclx U. Andersen, A, Ring, N. Sheehan, J, Mahoney, C. Nelson, L. Faust. FOURTH ROW: B. Baird, C, Edrnundson, B, Behrendt, G. Nelson R, Scully, D. Petersen, I. Perry, I. Osmond. 3 '-7 r-' if s, vs, 9 l inf se, aiixhd -,..., OFFICERS President. . Ann McMillen Vice-president. . M. Haling Secretary. . . M. Nielsen Treasurer .... A. Ring Chief Rooter . . . N. Vane Advisor. . . Miss Donovan Pep Club FIRST ROW: E. Catardi, N. Schippmann, N. Ouinn, M. Bolton, S. Schroeder, M. Balek, D. Martin. SECOND ROW: S. Angeloff, S. Haviland, R. Stokes, N. Weber, W. Midgley, N. Dunworth, I. Paddock, Miss Donovan. THIRD ROW: D . . Monnier, S. Walker, L. Faust, C. Nelson U Andersen P Carney M Schle el E Gindick J C ,. ,. . . g,. ,.ervenka. FOURTH ROW: P, Miller, D. Petersen, C. Edmundson, J. Osmond, G. Paglusch, S. Nelson, B. Behrendt, I. Perry. .' 'ea 1 ,es 4 . . -1,5 A 1 , f 4 3 A 445 , .fi . .7 M 5 Y var Vfnr M1461 "W-an ' 1 W i 5 4 ff, ., Sf 'wh .lf 7, OOO 'si mi 3-16- . v V., 'Y ,- .vw- iv' r'-i XJ FIRST ROW: I. Haak, S. Ross, C. Loftus, S. Keating, A. McMillen, P. Keulrnan, M. Freund. SECOND ROW: M. Vos, S. Slazes, A. Ring, N. Rentner, K. Kennedy, N. Thompson, G. Lubkeman, Miss Donovan. THIRD ROW: N. Sheehan, J, Thulin, J. Gaston, D. Bobrick, J. Tegelman, I. Braeckman, A. Ring, I. Mahoney, K. Martin. FOURTH ROW: M. Wertz, S. Garland, G. Deitrick, D. Larsen, L, Steinel, P, Cys, C. Cervenka, B. Novak, B. Waldweiler. FIRST ROW: M. Purdom, S. Forgette, L. Flattum, M. Fields, D. Braeckman, M. Matteoni, M. Herman. SECOND ROW: N. Vane, M. Furlan, M. Nielsen, G. Pierce, D. Sterling, J. Gaston, D. Chrishop, Miss Donovan, THIRD ROW: M. Kisel, S. Mani, S. Beelow, M. Hogan, B. Forbrich, P. Haydon, V. Van Pat- ten, L. Lonergan, J. Bunkelrrian. FOURTH ROW: E. Chernik, G. Biel, P. Petersen, G. Pedersen, R. Jach, A. Gorski, M. McCann, S. Oilschlager, G. Seyfarth. I' I 6 J 'J NJ, .pil ,Q OFFICERS President . . . . . . Vice President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer. . Advisor . . Joanne Osmond Sylvia Beelow Joyce Thulin . Mary Kisel Miss Donovan FIRST ROW: Miss Donovan, J, Osmond, M, Kisel, J, Thulin, S, Beelow, A, McMi11en, P, Keulman, M, Fields, SECOND ROW:J, Gaston, K, Kennedy, J, Braeckman, M, Matteoni, M, Herman, B, Forbrich, M, Wertz, THIRD ROW: S, Ross, A, Schwicht, C, Loftus, M, Haling, C, Nelson, E, Gindick, I, Cervenka, K, Martin, S, Gray, FOURTH ROW: J, Haak, B, Novak, C, Cervenka, I, Perry, M, Wilton, D, Peterson, C. Edmundson, G, Peder- sen, G, Deitrick, S, Keating, lg, " 4, -1 7: an 4 A + rf J 1 W "if, .L Q Cf I , 69, fa-QP" 4' U' r,, ,v iv ' 'W '5'-'V I? ,h ff' . S- W xl N -1 ,.. Q, ff.-'4,l 4- 1? "' ' 1' M Q? Q 7 Q7 , , I 3, i f If 1 f 3 7 f " 7 I I I W ' 'rr ., is ' ' 'K' T' ' f 4 . 6 M W 17 ' 3 ' , l ' D -, R 1 Y- A " ,'- 3 6? .- , - .1 W "f, I cf: ' 1, 3 - ' 1 ' g f . Q Y . ., e ,. 45 'I -1 rw ' " V 4, Y" H A Q bv hs W V by J' - ' E1 2 Q N ' W X , D 1 A , A 5 , f- T he -'T - - 1' .'- T 4 f ,Q ' 1 ' S f "' 'C-'I ev 'A ' I 'I 1' 92' 'fa A N , ' V ' V ' T' . 2, ' Q" i ev V 1 1 5 ' l ' il I, A , r i 'so , 'S r.:- j. an-. 5. '- I -"" an "", ' f x , ,f f v K., 4 5 I I 4 X X -?f,,, 551, V , . . A . FIRST ROW: L, Flattum, M, Freund, N, Weber, P, Haydon, J. Quilty, M, Furlan, M, Balek, N. Vanc. SECOND ROW: S, Haviland, M, Vos, R, Stokes, I, Wilton, N, Rentner, D, Martin, R, Wolf, G, Luhkeman, THIRD ROW: I, Shepherd, S, Mani, J, Mahoney, I, Tegelman, N, Sheehan, P, Camey, S, Walker, A, Vos, FOURTH ROW: M, McCann, L, Stelnel, P, Miller, P, Peterson, G, Seyfarth, S, Nelson, G, Biel, M, Bolton, J, Romer, M, Wolff, FIRST ROW: P, Keulman. J. Osmond, J. Thulin, SECOND ROW: L, Steinel, M, Wertz, I, Perry, M, Vos, C. Nel- son. THIRD ROW: Miss Donovan, S, Beelow, J. Cervenka, M, Kisel, R, Stokes, ,ff vw .'9 vs., fl ffl ,26- W., 9' L ? i .YO 4' 'ilk F!-!!f!! JK IQ ,WJ -3. 'Y-Y' Club . OFFICERS President ........ Harry Larsen Secretary .... . Boake Baird Treasurer . . . Ken Rentner , Advisor . ....... Mr. Kruzan MEMBERS Paul Biel Ron Flattum Jim Holt Bud Dittmer George Masopust Jerry Quilty Dennis Kennedy Harry Larsen Jim Osmond Bill Poulsen Ron Peters Dave Petty Eugene Baethke Boake Baird Bill Clarke Bob Weber Ron Scully George Nelson Bill Bachman Bruce Stahmer Wiggy Bolton Ken Rentner Ronald Arndt Bob Lubkernan Charlie Bock Louie Place Fred Zeien T? Y? s , X 7 ROW ONE: D. Sterling, I. Quilty, S. Slazes, N. Vanc, M. Furland, J. Braeckman, L. Portalski, C. Cervenka. ROW TWO: D. Braeckman, J. Stephens, Miss Meiners, L. Steinel, K4 Martin, C. Loftus, I. Haak, B. Cayce, G. Deitrick. THIRD ROW: M. Matteoni, M. Herman, L. Flattum, S. Ross, S. Garland, D. Van Hilst, M. Hogan, P. Haydon, S. Haviland, A. Ring, N. Schippmann, I. Thulin, K. Kennedy, B. Corbin. ROW FOUR: J. Bunkelrnan, Faust, S. Walker, G. Rendall, B. Forbrich, D. Martin, I. Tegelman, U. Andersen, K. Stollenwerk, C. Nelson, Cervenka, N. Dunworth, R. Wolf. ROW FIVE: M. McCann, J. Romer, M. Bolton, I. Perry, G. Pedersen, P. Miller D. Petersen, S. Nelson, G. Paglusch, A. Gorski, M. Wolff, S. Keating, S. Schroeder, M. Stephens, S. Oilschlager F. President . Vice Presid Secretary. Treasurer Reporter . Advisor . . H. A. OFFICERS Q . . . . 1 - . - . . . . Karen Martin Loraine Steinel Barbara Cayce . . Joan Haak . Carol Loftus . Miss Meiners R , '- v M4 3, . 2 ' ix X 1 ,nd X , ,A r ""!:f1gH A ,X l xii' a 'mx 4 1 ,,-, 4 V 0. ,V i -i fri? a Grand March Royal Queentet I9 l Prom Coronation Waltz King and Queen Natalie and Chuck Sue and Ronnie 1 ,f va Us A 5, ann, at -:sf ff lg 4 . 1 if X ku., " , zz ff Y Q 1 x 1 Q " 1 ,i Q 1 1' I 'as , a 'WY A f s rw. . ' I "5 f 1 1 6 'EV , az if rom Cour UMW' itilaf' , X ' i" L PFW' x if -f . , 135 A ff: ll 5 Q if ., gf ff , ' IV? E A y ,Z 4 i vi. , X :lb .A W 1 V Ui 3- if ., f l. The fish story Z. Too young 3. I..et's dance 4. Nervous? 5. Ozark Mountain Boys 6. Grade School Guys 7. Just a hobo 8. Little Miss Muffet 9. When do We eat? 10. Pigtails ll. Good Ole Days 12. Mag 13. Ice Follies of '48 l4. The New Look 15. Gypsy Gal 16. The Martin Duo '11, 'V .,, f . M" 5-.- 14 Q1 ff Athletic f' Willie 'ffm Wisgv Bill Q 3 1 l, X Var it quad FIRST ROW: L. Case, B. Baird, R. Arndt, R, Scully, D. Adams, R. Peters, H. Larsen, R. Lubkeman, L. Place, SECOND ROW: F. Zeien, I. Osmond, R. Thorness, F. Bolton, R. Weber, W, Poulsen, E, Baethke, Mr. Kessenich. THIRD ROW: R. Marotta, D. Masopust, D. Jones, W. Clarke, D. Kennedy, W. Bachmann, G. Masopust. ophomore quad FIRST ROW: R. Cryer, R. Hedberg, F, Miller, I. Wells, F. Baumann, I. Holem, P. Burgdorf, E. Haling, SECOND ROW: Mr, Perrigoue, H. Kapell, A. Forgetre, L. Thompson, T. McGreal, I. Pechulis, E. Balmes, P. Vos, H. Wilson. THIRD ROW: R. Jarnigo, N. Ryan, P. Gustafson, E. Frazier, J. Gutowski, R. Gilday, W. Football Terry, R. Nohlechek. Fra hman quad FIRST ROW: I. Wetzel, R, Ballwanz, W. Brownlee, W. Gallagher, F. Clarke, F, Roberts. W. Ring, M, Havi land. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kessenich, W. Blake, I. Crawford, P. Mattson, K. Kania, B. Floyd, E. Ring, R. Banasack, L. Waterman. THIRD ROW: J. McMillen, W. Horton, K. Van Patten, P. Eckert, R. Miller, I. Pal mer, A. Masopust, T. Chrishop. 55 'af A' Scully Halfback Larsen Fullback , FH, . ' P f, , G d 1' ,, fb e ers ual' V 5 -Aj I V4 3 H 4 f , af J . if 1? -an 1 'tg Kennedy, Guard V' Ender 1 fi 2 , il, 'I .. -wr-f ,M W Masopust, X Place, Halfback 3 - v Jones, Halfback 1' 7. Arndt, End X :L 'fl " Linebacker f X 3 ' f W f ' ' 1 56 JK gn A f 1 ,M , .Q w v N 5 x 9, 45... W. 1 X Y , f My R 1 X4 4 , , W ,,,, A b X k b 5 A aixlff , Q,. x XX ,4,,. L V , 1 xx I X Il 'W L 4 U A Bud , J , Bruce I V, ,' 1, X L M Jim 2 if ffl 'Q , , 5 me , Z. X f j 7 , g 2 1 X 2 3 f' ,A 5 1 1 , X 3 r , we , 1 f I R 427 'L x Boake Q . ,Q ,ff ' . X ' , - f X L M 45 43 Bobby fi Paul Law M ' 1 5 xml ge K if 'LN ,, V A ff - A'. 'f 4 f A XM , W Charlie ' Y R. Qq,,, Q X' J l l 4, xy A .. ,w,h,I I , If A .QTL T .,L,, 1 5 i wfW'E"" 1 X ! X? I L ,.M,,,,,, , ji,5T"5V!W,,,,,,,,,W,,,, .M 'ly I 4 f ' if -'N if' JM I R X Q.,z .615 R gl , V K f ! W Y' XX ' , ,. V -X ennY 9 xi A: X K E :fs Q f f N Rf, x. A5 , 83 Xb XX Fred 'wt Dave kk, if . ' , R N - 5171 X X K fi V A fi ,Mfg l V A XJS- 'A L J 'x X I A 'xv 1, ' ' ' l I, fl I f", XX Q12 ? 3 V xx 5. A ,' I I: qi -fQ I . Ei Lita! QQ! fff, I . NW7 'rv 'QU 0, fr z' - , iv, . "A 0 M ' T A: g g ,gugk mgffy. , gig! W: ,. 1 f 5 X 2 qi 'arf E .VU W wma QJ QWUC6' W fx- cz- f f I E, ophomore quad. ROW ONE: P. Vos, L. Lass, T. McGreal, K. Buchta, H. Wilson. ROW TWO: Mr. Polley, J. Healy, J. Quedenfeld, L. Hostetler, M. Haviland, W. Horton. ROW THREE: W. Brownlee, D. Cain, R. Jarnigo, J. Cugier, G. Vizensky, F. Clarke, B. Floyd. ROW ONE: M. Haviland, B. Floyd, F. Clarke, D. Cain, W. Brownlee. ROW TWO: Mr. Kessenich, J. Wetzel, D. Blake, W. Ring, W. Wilton, J. Mclvlillen, W. Horton. ROW THREE: J. Arndt, E. Ring, J. Krieger, R. Miller, A. Masopust, W. Gallagher, K. Van Palten. a fu. T is f -al . 'UDCJQT' 1 , .wwf Freshman Squad ,mach 5 Jerry Quilty Bruce Stahmer George Halvorsen David Petty Ronald Scully Ronald Arndt Charles Bock Mr. Kruzan ,ff fu, nv m. iv' Rr al Q- v I v ' 1 ' 1 I I Track Lettermen Baseball Lettermen 1 . c x ,I V V. o J 1 x- ' f ' f ,, , 'fs N! IX 'X A y "5 Bill Clarke Mr. Scott Bob Lubkeman Ken Rentner Bob Weber Ronald Thorness 5 2 , E 1 3 o 5 3 5 5 3 2 , I 5 4.- ,XJ fd .Q ji X 4 X X' Qs! .,' ' if V F f Jr f fl 1 f o ' I 4. , xx L I I ,, h , ,..f xx 5 X A Homecoming Court - ,qvwef-,i - 2, ! F ' , .Wh Jw.-:P ugikk ' Wx , . -1 ,www +- xiiiii , fi Homecoming Activities Onlgre Dance ?e? S6 5900 Varsity a Shirle M an Cheerleaders K eulman SY lvia Beelow 1" dy Midgley L . Flatt i Mahone Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Wolf Charlene Nelson '51 -'52 Football Captain Gail Pedersen DENNIS KENNEDY '51-'52 Basketball Captain KENNETH RENTNER ATVIS and .Terry Cutest Couple Sylvia and Boake Most Ambltious el? 7 Evonne and Ronnie gy 64 ,f 1 c 2 Q Most Popular Denise and Willy Most Athletic Char lene and Bob T C7 ffl, . 'V i W 1 9 V , 'YW Most Happy-Go -Lucky Nancy and Dennis il! IMI 'ff' im gh X Wx if Best Figure and Physique Arvis and Harry X sr f' 0ur Custodians Mr. Cunningham Mr. Larsen Mr. Andersen 0ur Cooks Mrs. Beager Mrs . Hansen Mrs. Burnette Our Bus Drivers Mr. Larsen Mr. Andersen Mr. Hunt Our Patrons R AND J CHEVROLET SALES AND C. L. WERTZ WELL DRILLING SERVICE Phone 403-J Antioch Phones Antioch 56 and 656 GAMBLE STORE LINDY'S SODA BAR Auto Supplies, Hardware, and Paints Route 173 Channel Lake PEDERSEN'S BAKERY ANTIOCH PACKING HOUSE Phone 492-J Antioch Phone Antioch 7 CHARLES J. CERMAK, JR. A AND P STORE Real Estate and Insurance Lake Street Antioch ART'S PAINT STORE CARSON'S SPORT CENTER 406 Lake St. Phone 320 Phone A-itioch 473 M-2 LOREN D. SEXAUER CODDINGTON HARDWARE Real Estate-General Insurance "If we don't have it-we'll get it. " DELANEY PLUMBING AND HEATING ANTIOCH SERVICENTER 950 Main Street Antioch Chrysler-Plymouth Sales and Service TED'S SWEET SHOP HUNTER'S GARAGE Phone 375 Antioch D-X Products HOUSE OF BEAUTY KOLAR SHOE SERVICE Mortensen Hotel Phone 691 North Avenue Antioch ARTHUR'S RADIO-T.V. SHOP ANTIOCH LUMBER COMPANY 433 Lake Street Antioch "Everything to build anything" CHAIN O'LAKES CLEANERS SHEEHAN'S IMPLEMENT COMPANY Phone 96 or 636 Antioch International Harvester Dealer S. BOYER NELSON CHASE'S SERVICE STATION Real Estate and Insurance Fuel Oils and Gasoline MARI ANNE'S SWANSON CEMENT CONTRACTOR 925 Main Street Antioch "32 years of experience" MILLER'S GROCERY LAKE COMPANY 917 Main Street Antioch Floors and walls of distinction, ZEI-IREN'S FOUNTAIN GRILL service and beauty. 914 Main Street Antioch ELLIOTT'S GRILL PAUL AVERY'S PLUMBING, HEATING Rts. 173 and 59 Antioch AND ELECTRIC ANTIOCH SHEET METAL Phones Lake Villa 6-2261 Antioch Toridheet-Lennox and G. E. Furnaces 414 HUNT'S SERVICE STATION ZEN W. ZENOR, PLUMBING Rts. 21 and 173 Antioch Phone Lake Villa 6-3371 BARNSTABLE AND BROGAN SUMMERS REXALL DRUGS Phone Antioch 521 Cedar Avenue Lake Villa CAREY ELECTRIC AND PLUMBING FRANK I-IAMLIN INSURANCE Phone 75 Antioch Local Agent-Quick Agent KINGS REXALL DRUGS 893 Main Street Phone 22 Our MARVIN WALKER Phone 6-2531 Lake Villa WILTON ELECTRIC SHOP 924 Main Street Antioch SEQUOIA ROLLER RINK "For health's sake, roller skate" PERRY AUTO PARTS 6-2021 Lake Villa HALEY CHEVROLET Phone 6-2811 Lake Villa ROBLIN HARDWARE 392 Lake Street Antioch WILLIAMS Department Store REEVES' WALGREEN DRUGS "Finest in the Lake Region" STATE BANK 934 Main Street Antioch FORD GARAGE Phone 770 Antioch GIBBS VARIETY STORE Phone Antioch 136-J FIRST NATIONAL BANK 946 Main Street Antioch LASCO'S GREENHOUSE Phone Antioch 418 ANTIOCH 5 AND 10 CENT STORE H. Holbeck Antioch POWLES' MEAT MARKET Phone Antioch 98 ANTIOCH CAFE 935 Main Street Antioch DR. DR. DR. DR. Patrons WM. KEULMAN, JEWELER 913 Main Street Antioch FRED MAIER SERVICE STATION Route 21 Lake Villa FRANK E. NEJDL Mason and General Contractor GASTON'S PRINT SHOP Printers and Publishers of the Antioch News AMIEL FEYERABEND INC. Authorized Studebaker Sales and Service W. H. LAHTI OIL COMPANY Shell Fuel Distributor ANTIOCH CONCRETE PRODUCTS J. W. McMillen and E. F. Vos ANTIOCH REAL ESTATE 915 Main Street Phone 460 WALT'S BARBER SHOP 911 Main Street Antioch CAP'S BARBER SHOP 912 Main Street Antioch OSMOND'S SERVICE STATION Rts. 173 and 59 Antioch SNOW WHITE'S ICE CREAM 884 Main Street Antioch HENNING JOHNSON'S RESORT Deep Lake ROYAL BLUE STORE Route 21 Antioch 727 PICKARD INC. Phone Antioch 38 REGAL CHINA CO. Phone Antioch 41 GOLDY ZIMMERMAN SOLER GINDICK Fix: jg- I vii,--, y,.: -' -i 'j",gi'5Q37'gQwg1lg3gj1?I4LV.'-ggi'-gf' 'I 1 w 1' 1 'F-SSW ,F . ,W N, p V. 1 we 1 4 f i , ,QE s , . AE x x 1.5 -A -.2 94. Qi -S PJ? E! ,fr Q .W i f s is ' F - 1 v A 4 .1 ,f v x , . 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