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

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DITTMAN Principal ELMO EDWARDS Assistant Principal, Chairman of the Science Depart- ment, Physics. MARGARET MOORMAN Office Secretary EDNA RADKE Office Secretary CAROL BEAN English, Spanish, Sequoia staff, National Honor Soc- iety, Chairman ofthe English Department. VEVA BUCHHOLZ Home Economics, F.H.A. , Cafeteria Manager. LOUIS CHENETTE Music, Sequoit Pep Band. DONALD CHIAPPETTA English, Librarian, Library Club, Chairman Sponsor of Junior Class. DONALD CRAMER Mathematics, Senior Class, Chairman of Mathematics Department. NARY DONOVAN Girls' Physical Education, G.A.A., Cheerleaders, Junior Class. CHARLENE DRUCE English, School Publicity, Senior Class. 4""x 0016? 'Al , n , ! f il 1 E 1 JOHN GRADY General Science, Biology, Assistant Baseball Coach, Freshman Class. MAY HARTLEY Algebra. Chairman Sponsor of Sophomore Class. PAUL KESSENICH Boys' Physical Education, Head Football Coach, Freshman Football, Head Track Coach, "A" Club, Freshman Basketball. ROBERT LAMBERT Electricity, Metals, Sophomore Football, Head Golf Coach. WARREN POLLEY Bookkeeping, Salesmanship, Typing, Chairman of Business Education Department, Chairman of Audio-Visual Aids, Sophomore Basketball. EILEEN SCHUTTE Typing, Shorthand, Tom-Tom Staff, Junior Class. RICHARD SCOTT Chemistry, Vocational and Educational Guidance Coordinator, Head Basketball Coach, Head Baseball Coach, Assistant Varsity Football Coach. MELVIN STILLSON Woodworking, Mechanical Drawing. Chairman of Industrial Arts Department, Activities Ticket Manager, Chairman Sponsor Senior Class. JEANETTE TULUMELLO American History, Social Problems, Chairman of Social Studies Department, Student Council, Junior Play, Senior Play. THERSA WEHR Latin, English, Latin Club, Chairman Sponsor of Freshman Class. ROBERT WILLRETT World History, Biology, Biology Club, Sophomore Class. FRANCES CORRADO English, School Publicity, Senior Class. if 595 Q Q? . v in-nv' 1 ix ff-xx I, sxx ix ,4-"" The Custodians: .X if 5' Mr. Larsen Mr. Bolton Mr. Stahl Mr. Andersen Mr. Cunningham The Bus Drivers: Mr. Andersen Mr. Hunt Mr. Bolton Mr. Larsen The Cooks: Mrs. Beager Mrs. DeWaters Mrs. Gaylord Mrs. Hansen ff 1 ffl fl ,Kr s.....Z -K 1 X f ' x 4 L N X' K 5 I X. Q . . ,- 1 W :gig 2' I I f Q , 4 . , 1 ,,1 ' J . - 5, 3 ,Ju ,f f ... . 5 I if ' QIQEOI' re are Au' Le fu ure up ' ,. k,A: jx P P A 4 - -an ' 1 I 5 ' ' ':Z.'.'R- if X 5' E 'try' Q enior Cfadd Omcem HAROLD WILSON, President " WilS" Student Council 4g "A" Club 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2g Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3g Baseball lg Basket- ball 1, 2, Senior Class Play. Ambition: To be a success in my field, --,s- W f-1lf L '-,Y - , t. 4,-- W , ,Y f-f- ' fgzi-513' ,, L A , f, -411,-fig' -lfrsgr, ,iu,j.3,y,,f,Y', .r f " ,, ,A -V nfs, aff, mm My .9 6 "R, 3' " . ' . "l""..'L" RIC HARD HEDBERG, Vice-President "Dick" SHARON BEHRENS, Secretary Pep Club 1, 2g F.H. A. l,2g Library Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3g Girls' Glee Club 4g Junior Class Playg National Honor Society 4. Ambition: To be successful and happy. "A" Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 49 Track 39 Baseball lg Senior Class Play, Ambition: To be a sales executive. 12 EDWYNA CHERNIK, Treasurer "Eddie" Annual 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 35 Stu- dent Council 4, Treasurer 4g Li- brary Club 2g Junior and Senior Class Playsg Girls' Glee Club 45 Librarian 4, Chorus 1, 2, 35 Tom- Tom 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 35 Circulation Manager 4, Ambition: To go to college, ,iw va yr , xl eniom GEORGE BALEK mu Football lg Manager 2, Ambition: To travel the United States. EUGENE BALMES "Bombo" Football 1, 2g Manager 35 Junior Class Play. Ambition: To be a machinist. FRED BARTLET T "Pee Wee" Basketball lg Junior Play, Ambition: To be a carpenter, FRITZ BAUMANN Football 25 Track 1, PHILIP BURGDORF ..Bergy.. Football 1, 2g Baseball 1, 2. JANET CADDY njan.. Annual 3g Tom -Tom 4g Pep Club l, 25 Library Club 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3g Girls' Glee Club 4. Ambition: To be a private secretary. f ELSIE CATARDI YZ? Tom-Tom 4, Pep Club 1, 2g Library Club 2g F.H. A. 1, 29 Chorus 1, 25 Girls' Glee Club 4. Ambition: To be a private secretary. '93 4? eniom I ON CUGIER - Golf 3, Track 2, Basketball 2. Ambition: To be a mortician, ROBERT DUHA "Bob" "A" Club 4, Football 4, Transferred from Chicago, 1953 Ambition: To be an architect. EDWARD FRAZIER "Eddie" "A" Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2g Football 1, 25 Baseball lg Basket ball 1, Manager 3, 4. Ambition: To be an electronic engineer, WILLIAM GEBHARDT "Bill" Football Manager 1, 2. Ambition: To own a filling station, ROGER GILDAY "Skip" Football 3, 4, Transferred from Chicago, 1951. Ambition: To live in Alaska, JAMES GONDING uhm.. F.F. A. 2. Ambition: To be an agriculture professor. ARLENE GORSKI "Corky" Pep Club 1, 25 F.H. A. 1, 2, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Chorus 2: Band 2, 3, Ambition: To get married and raise a family. 14 di "bv, sr.,-:vp eniom JOSEPH GUTOWSKI aloe.. "A" Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Ambition: T0 live, love, and be happy. IOANNE HAAK "Ioanie" Annual 4, Co-Editor 4, Tom-Tom 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H. A. 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 4, Ambition: To go to college and lead a happy life. GEORGE HALVERSON "A" Club 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambition: To be a carpenter or mechanic. VIRGINIA HARNESS "Ginny" Pep Club 1, G. A. A. 1, 4, Junior Class Play, Band 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To get married and rear a family. JERRY HEALY "Hink" Student Council 3, Junior Class Play, Chorus 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Track 3, Basketball 2. CAROLYN HEETER "Carol" Transferred from Frankton, Ind., 1951. Ambition: To be a commercial artist. MICHAEL HEI-IN "Mike" Transferred from Freeport, 1952. Ambition, To join the Marines. 'N-.,. '53 Tut' YV!! ','.1 Z' . N, .., .SSW nr x X Z- ,fa xt ? if I i b R K X' V N'-Z?- MARY HERMAN "Hotrod" eniord Annual 4, Co-Editor 4, Tom -Tom 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Pep Club 2, 3, G, A, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Junior Class Play, Chorus 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Ambition: To go to college and be happy. STEWART HOLLOCKER "Stew" Transferred from Chicago, 1952, Ambition: To be a butcher. LARRY HOSTETLER " Hockey" "A" Club 3, 45 Football lg Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, Ambition: To play major league baseball. MICHAEL HRUBY ll Mikel! Tom-Tom 4. Ambition: To be a C. P. A. GEORGE HUCKER "Huck" Football 1, Basketball Ambition: To travel. RICHARD HUML "Dick" 1. Annual 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Football 4, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Ambition: To get a good job after college, ROBERTA I AC H " Bert" Pep Club 1, 2, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Chorus 1, 2g Band 2, A Cappella Choir 4, National Honor Society 4, Ambition: To be an occupational therapist. 16 'Q--. XY' . .ff 'Size' 4? X A H 'R as i K 1' ' 3 , - 2 M y f if L X ff' 2 4 1 en iord ROBERT I ARN IG O "Jocko" Football 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2: Chorus 35 Band 3. Ambition: To travel, RODERICK JOHNS ON "Rod" Annual 3, Transferred from Chicago, 1952. HENRY KAPELL lvBudll Student Council 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. Ambition: To be a chemical engineer. I JOSEPH KELLY A Q vmyv j e uloeu ' i ' - Y ' '- Ambition: To enjoy life until ninety and then get married, . I ,i ' 2 7 . if WILLIAM KOHL "Bin" A U C Transferred from Cullendale, Ark. , 1953, Nw gfis- ,Qi w Ambition: To be an engineer, JOHN KRAMER Library Club 2. Ambition: To travel. ROBERT LANGOSCH "Bob" "A" Club 3, 45 Football lg Track 3, 4. Ambition: To earn a lot of money and then retire, 17 11771 G . , LH' .J-ts ' fe5af"ff-til-ft gre' N'-5:33. .gggrr Qwgrui 115, '14 ." ,wt -' hffhgs 'gi ,V , 'Hu . 'V A A ag' fn Tk I U 'rT!5iQi'1-."f- tail' 11.:,,l- Y if 211. 'flj' ' '71 , . Qs- en iam EUGENE LA PLANTE "Gene" Transferred from Chicago, 1953, ROSE MARIE LARSEN "Babe" Annual 4g Tom -Tom 4, Student Council 4, Assistant Sec- retary 4, Pep Club lg F.H, A. 1, 2, ,Junior Class Playg Chorus 1, 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, President 4. Ambition: To go to college, JACK LARSON "Lard" Chorus 3g A Capella Choir 4, Transferred from Chicago, 1952. Ambition: To be a draftsman, LORENZ LASS "Larry" "A" Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Baseball 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Honorary Captain 45 Class Vice -President 3, Ambition: To own a big ranch and some oil wells, LOIS LOFEHER "Lori" Annual 4, F. H. A. 1, 2. Ambition: To be a physical therapist. VICTOR LUBKEMAN "Vic" Football 1, 2, Basketball lg Band 1, 2, Track 1. Ambition: To be a farmer. MARGARET ANN MCCANN Student Council 4, Pep Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, G.A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, G1 A, A, All-Stars 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Chorus 1, 2, 3g A Cappella Choir 45 Class Secretary 3. Ambition: To play pro softball. 18 eniom THOMAS MCGREAL "McGrew" Annual 4, Business Manager 4, "A" Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, F.F. A. 1, Junior and Senior Plays, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 4, President 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 1, President 2, 3. Ambition, To go to college and then move out West. DONNA MARTIN Annual 4, Tom -Torn 3, Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3, 4, F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Degree Chairman 4, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition, To be a primary teacher. MARGARET MATTEONI "Marge" Tom-Tom 4, Pep Club 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, F.l-I, A, 1, 2, Chorus 2, Ambition: To live, love, and be happy. WENDY MIDGLEY "Breezy" Annual 1, 2, Torn-Tom 2, 3, Student Council 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club Pianist 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Girls' State, D. A.R. Award. Ambition: To be a teacher and have a family, FRED MILLER Annual 4, Student Council 4, Latin Club 4, Student Council 4, "A" Club 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Chorus l, 2, 3, A Cap- pella Choir 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 4 Boys' State. Ambition: To be a doctor, BRUCE MIX Tom-Tom 4, Coin Club 4, Junior Class Play, Chorus 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Ambition: To be a draftsman. MAX MORRIS F.F. A. 1, Transferred from Rochester, Wis,, 1950. Ambition, To graduate from college and get a good job, 19 ' 4 zfm'.j Z,i,.-1.3121 f, , .f 2 ' ' 'Q gy ., f . J:-73' "1 1 ' 's Ziff? I . i2f'1'l:'Fg , - A ' fm 'fr' Fx lf' K if fi' f . i if 13 we . 4 W, 'Y F Z ' 'V V' I ' .. 1. ,rr gf 5 Jap., ,fa , Ah, :' 5,-Jw , L" aQ!?i,5f,'i2f52 , - :'.s,,if -, f .V ' ,ndtfgw wry: 'r'-V 4,vn,i 1 '51, Ja, 'flaw' ff. 35295 '-2.1 1- , W 'fi , I 4' ,Q -: .., , ,Ap vi ' " f 'g,g.,.f,,1, ' Vg-,r ,. A 9 , .4 . 1f2 fwrf1 is rr' sf" vw' " 1 .3 fi ' . 1, ' J, 'af 9 ' f .. P 4 ,. A R ' :s.w: 'Yu-ra eniord SHIRLEY NELSON "Shir1" Annual 4, Tom -Tom 4, Student Council 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 4. Ambition: To be a home economist. IOANNE PADDLIZK NIO.. Pep Club 1, 2, F.H. A. 1, 2, Junior Class Play, Chorus 2. Ambition: To ride a blue-ribbon horse in a championship rodeo. DWIGHT PALMER "Buster" Transferred from Blue Springs, Mo., 1951. Ambition: To be a farmer. GENEVIEVE PATELSKI "Ienny" Transferred from Chicago, 1952. Ambition: To be an IBM operator, JOSEPH PBCHULIS "Pechu" Student Council 1, 4, "A" Club 3, 4, President 4, Chorus lg A Cappella Choir 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 1. Ambition: To be a millionaire. GAIL PEDERSEN II 2, 3, 4, Ambition: To go East to college, EV ELYN PHILLIPS "Evie" JAMES QUEDENFELD 'Red' Tom-Tom 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 4 Student Council 2 Pep Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All Stars 3 4 F H A 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Reporter 4, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 4 Cheerleading 1 Transferred from Wilmot, Wis,, 1953 20 Junior Class Playg Football 1, Basketball 2 Ambition: To be a landscaper and nursery man it IW 1 eniord NANCY QUINN Tom-Tom 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 4. Transferred from Chicago, 1951. Ambition: To be a comptometer operator. SHIRLEY ROSS "Shirl" Annual 3, 4, Tom-Tom 2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Editor 4, Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, G. A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3, F.H. A. 2, Chorus 1, 3, A Cappella Choir 4. Ambition, To sing commercials. DAVID RUNYARD "Dave" Football 1, 3, Baseball 1. Ambition: To be a well driller. NICHOLAS RYAN "Nick" Annual 4, Tom-Tom 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Baseball l, 3, Senior Class Play. Ambition, To teach biology. MARGARET SCHLEGEL "Dolly" Annual 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, F.H. A. 1, Chorus 1. Ambition, To be a professional photographer. SALLY SCHROEDER "Sal" Pep Club 1, 2, F.H. A. 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Ambition: To get Married. ANNE SCHWICHT Annual 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 4, Chorus 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4. Ambition, to lead a very happy and successful life. JEAN TEGELMAN Pep Club 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 4, Ambition, To live, love, and be happy, Z1 X s l A -251 F 6' , Q -1- X: Q , ,' ' ' h',. I Ql'lL0l"6 WILLIAM TERRY "Bill" Student Council 4, President 4: ZA" Club 3, 4: National Honor Society 3,4g Latin Club 2, 3, 4, President 3: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 4. Ambition: To be a chemical engineer, BEVERLY VAN PATTEN "Bev" Pep Club 1, 3, Library Club 2: F.I-IgA. lg Chorus 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To be a typist and later get married. MARK VERKE "Gene" Student Council 35 "A" Club 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 4: A Cap- pella Choir 4: Football 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, Ambition: To be a pro baseball player. GILBERT VIZENSKY "Gil" Library Club 2: Basketball 2, Ambition: To be a pastry shop owner. PHILLIP VOS "Phil" Student Council 2: "A" Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. Ambition: To play pro baseball. BARBARA WALDWEILER "Barb" Pep Club 1, 2: F.H. A. 1, 2: Junior Class Play: Chorus 2. Ambition: To get a well-paying job and go to Hawaii. SHARON WEBER "Sherrie" Junior Class Play: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 4. Ambition: To be a kindergarten teacher, JOHN WELLS "Wello" Class President 1: "A" Club 3, 4: Football ZZ 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3g Baseball 1, Ambition: To be a farmer. -sf - --.sa A '4 3 47 ff Qelxi X A9 l ' '," ' J C 67,55 MOP QC? Time has been moving rapidly and it's now the year 1964. A tour, patterned after that wonderful old movie of 1954 entitled "Cinerama", is being offered this summer. We're on our way with hopes of meeting someone we know. With every- thing packed, we'll meet in the lobby of the Palmer Hotel, established by Dwight Palmer. That desk clerk looks familiar, of course, it's Dick Huml. But, before we go, those four elevator operators look familiar. Why, there're none other than Jack Larson, Gilbert Vizensky, George Balek, and Joe Kelly! Well, of all people! It's Tom McGreal, the angora king, and Dick Hedberg, the oil-well tycoon! I wonder if Larry Lass is still teaching bookkeeping at Vassar. We ought to be on our way. The doorman, Eugene La Plante, has already hailed a bus for us. Nancy Quinn! ! I wonder how long she has been driving busses. The bus is taking us to the Schroeder Airport. That Sally surely has a great business, all her sons are pilots! Thanks to that new atomic gasoline, invented by George Halverson, we reach the airport quickly. There's a K 8: K hot dog stand run by John Krammer and Bill Kohl. For those who prefer pizza, there's also Sharon Behren's beanery. We'll get our tickets from Shirley Nelson at the terminal and check with the stewardess, Jean Tegelman, to see if our plane and pilots, Mark Verke and Roger Gilday, are ready. After receiving parachutes from Jenny Patelski, We'll get our takeoff schedule from Donna Martin in the control tower. Finally on our way, we are provided with entertainment by Jerry Healy, newest singing rage of Greenland, and Bruce Mix, popular cartoonist. Not wanting to be out done, up pop Virginia Harness and Marge McCann, stars of the ever-popular Bloomer Girls. Entertainment over, we settle back and watch the great patches of land glide under us. That huge odd-colored one is owned by Larry Hostetler, peanut manu- facturer. We also pass over Mike Hruby's rhinestone mine, but we are more interested in the sight ahead, Niagara Falls. If I remember correctly, Harold Wilson, Fritz Baumann, Victor Lubkeman, Bob Jarnigo, and Joe Pechulis are going on an expedition over these famous falls to find out what is at the bottom. As we fly over the Atlantic Ocean, we admire the new bridge which connects Europe and the United States. This marvelous bridge was designed by Edwyna Chernik and built by John Wells' Water Spanning Company. Our first stop is colorful Spain. After everyone has disembarked, we discover that the airport attendant, Henry Kapell, forgot to push the portable steps up to the plane--- Finally released from the hospital, we decide to take in a bull fight. After seeing Jim Quedenfeld and George Hucker warm up the bulls, we watch a thrilling expedition of skill by Lois Loecher, star matadoress. Before leaving for Venice, our next destination, We are given a farewell party by Joanne Haak, wife of a castanet exporter. In Venice, we take a tour by gondola. Three guesses who the gondoliers are! Z3 Bob Duha, Nick Ryan, and Rod Johnson! We glide past several canal swimmers whom we don't know Qthat's a switch! ll. Boarding our plane again, we head back to the States. This time we go by' way of the Florida Keys, which were recently purchased by Bill Terry. After a perfect nose-dive landing in Florida's Cypress Gardens we stroll over to catch Bill Gebhardt's Water Show. We arrive just in time to see the water skiing ballet. That gal who just went under is Gail Pedersen! The three fellows standing on each other's shoulders look like Mike Hehn, Fred Miller, and Bob Langosch. Yes! That's who they are! Now for the most exciting event ---- the feminine outboard race! They're all together at the start, but Janet Caddy and Elsie Catardi break away from the pack! Rose Marie Larsen turns a corner too short and loses her motor, but she's determined to finish. Mary Herman runs her boat on land, but the motor's still going. So is Mary! Hey! How did Jon Cugier get in this race? It's really thrilling, but we won't be able to see the finish ---- we still have to make New York' and Washington, D. C. In New York we visit the Club Hollocker, owned by Stewart, of course, and stay for the floor show in which Phil Vos is the featured band leader. Max Morris is the star soloist. After the show we stop by to say hello to Eddy Frazier, editor of the New York Times, and the nationally known columnist, Shirlee Ross. Strolling down fabulous Fifth Avenue, we see the new five-story barber show we've heard so much about. I think that's Joe Gutowski, head barber, waving at us from the fourth floor. Hey, look! It's Bev Van Patten painting the flag pole on the Empire State Building It surely is a small world, isn't it? We have one more stop before we return home, I want to see good old Washington, D. C. Arriving at the D. C. Terminal, we are greeted by Carolyn Heeter, who will be the escort during our stay. At the beautiful polo grounds established by Joanne Pad- dock and Barbara Waldweiler we have lunch in the elaborate clubhouse decorated by Arlene Gorski, famous interior decorator. I just received a telegram by way of messenger girl, Ann Schwicht, inviting us all to a grand ball in the White House. Our hostess will be Wendy Midgley, First Lady of the Land, with Sharon Weber as the featured soloist. Anyway, her chauffeur, Jim Gonding will be here in a few hours. This will allow us just enough time to have a memorable group picture taken by the well-known D. C. photographer, Marge Schlegel. I thought the doorman at the ball looked a lot like Phil Burgdorf. I also noticed our state representative, Eugene Balmes, was present. Good boy! Back at the airport we stop to watch Fred Bartlett refuel the plane while Marge Matteoni checks the engines. After everyone has boarded the plane, we find a few new passengers making the return trip with us. Dave Runyard, wealthy mink trapper, Roberta Jach, prominent voice teacher, and Evelyn Philips, leading necktie designer, are among them. After a long and tiresome trip home, we find it is time to say good-bye. Have to get back to work, you know, because of that little detail called a boss. Z4 CVM W We, the class of "54, " being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath to all the future classes of ATHS: George Balek's shy ways to Don Lubke- man, Eugene Balmes's car customizing ability to Norm Peterson, Fred Bartlett's way of jockeying cars to M,r. Scott, Fritz Baumann's friendship with the Schwicht sisters to Don Wertz, Sharon Behrens' ease in defining words to Miss Schutte, Phillip Burgdorf's report card to anyone who wants it, Janet Caddy's Tuesday trips to Waukegan to Arlene Catardi, Elsie Catardi's typing skill to Marcia Hogan, Edwyna Chernik's blushing to Virginia Runge, Jon Cugier's car to a good repairman, Robert Duha's harmonica to Harry Lind- ren, Ecgward Frazier's last experiment in ' physics to Mr. Edwards, William Gebhardt's ability to Work with wood to anyone'who can handle it, Roger Gilday's goatee to anyone who wants one, James Gonding's year's credit in Ag. to the farmers in the junior class, Robert Jarnigo's straight A's to Herb Horton, Rod Johnson's drawing talent to Nancy Rentner, Arlene Gorski's talkativeness to Arlene Rudolph, Joseph Gutowski's duck call to Harve Strametz, Joanne Haak's drop curls, that turn under, to Jackie Martin, George Halverson's mathematical mind to some lucky person, Virginia Harness's beautiful figure to Marilyn Furlan, Jerry Healy's talent as a vocalist to Ron January, Richard Hedberg's even temper to Jim Krieger, Carolyn Heeter's studious ways to Char- lotte Beelow, Michael Hehn's fondness of English III to Bob Enis, Mary Herman's hotrod driving to Barb Sorenson, ' Stewart Hollocker's ability to get ads for the Se uoia to Bill Wilton, Larry 1'3lostet1er's heyight to Fred Clarke, Michael Hruby's Social Problems to any- one that wants them, George Hucker's vacation trips to Canada to anyone that wants to make up the work, Richard Huml's job at Reeves to Johnnie Matteoni, Roberta Jach's honor roll grades to any- one who needs them, Henry Kapellfs physics tests to anyone that can pass them, Joe Kelly's ability in metal shop to some- one who needs it badly, William Kohl's tumbling ability to anyone not afraid of it, John Kramer's mustache to Bunny Gilday, Robert Langosch's basketball skill to Charlie Ambrosia, Eugene LaPlante's mature appearance to the freshmen, Rosemary Larson's job as "Chief Sequoit" to Lillian McNiel, Jack Larson's "l'm not chewing gum" to Dean Johnson, Larry Lass' crew cut to Eddie Haling, Lois Loecher's glasses to anyone who can't see the blackboard, Victor Lubkeman's ability to type to Jim Scully, Margaret McCann's legs to Miss Donovan, Thomas McGreal's bango to Benny Floyd, Donna Martin's trumpet to Jay Cribb, Margaret Matteoni's dark hair to Pris- cilla Bauguess, Wendy Midgley's quiet ways to Lynn Rider, Fred Miller's falling for red heads to Bill Barnstable, Bruce Mix's ability to give book reports to Bob Cain, Max Morris' theme writing to Kenny Anderson, Shirley Nelson's athletic ability to Marty Thomas, Joanne Paddock's love of horses to Verna Smith, Dwight Palmer's curly hair to Chuck Davis, Genevieve Patelski's note book and paper to John Wetzel, Evelyn Phillips' 1X4 credit for a semes- ter's work to anyone who wants to put in the time, Gail Pedersen's clean locker to Donna Masopust, James Quedenfeld's red hair to Cynthia Bauguess, Nancy Quinn's driving ability to Betty Miller, Shirley Ross' alto voice to Marlene Bol- ton, David Runyard's initialed physics table to a future senior, Nick Ryan's English class nickname to "Putsi" Reckers, Margaret Schlegel's pony tail to Carolee Green, Sally Schroeder's laugh to Janet Ro ers, Anne Schwicht's ability to type ads gor the annual to Marlene Freund, Jean Tegelman's window-breaking habits to anyone who can pay for them, William Terry's job as council president to anyone who wants it, Beverly Van Patten's Korean correspon- dents to Carole Hansen, Mark Verke's hall guard chair to anyone who feels lazy, Gilbert Vizensky's dirty gym clothes to Hank Bevier, Phillips Vos' wonderful walk to Mary Tully, Barbara Waldweiler's shorthand ability to Phyllis Petersen, Sharon Weber's short hair to Cathy Lense, John Wells' quiet Ways to Bob Terry, Harold Wilson's Oldsmobile to anyone who wants to furnish the gas. 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Fish, R, Gonding, M, Foley, .S70l9A0l'l'L0l'Q5 6 ROW I: D. RObiS. C. PI3Si6DSki. E. Prange, I. Mowen, E, Reed, D, Reidel. J. Martin, ROW2: I. Pincombe L, Rockow, N, Rybacki, T, Haley, A, R. E Rudolph, nis, A, Reckers, L, Miller, I. Meyer, R, 'O, Paszkiewicz, D, Holler, J, Riegler, ROW 3, W, Layton, Mathews, D, Ruhl, N, Peterson, f C? 14 -v4 -7 Lk lusch, D, Etten, I, Haydon, M, Kempf, I, Noxon, S, Mair, D, Masopust, M, Osmond, ROW 2: 'Qr' f 2 in .Vx- Q --X XY F! J -2-14 ,ww e X ,- , .,,.,, i ..v t for ,M d Jim , ' 5 are Solve gets a few ' MicroscOP1C T1'1Y5teme Writ' pomters on them mg, e' bio108Y Students' 52,0 0I'I'l0l"e5 ROW I: P, Willett, L, W ll F S l' e s, , ter ing, E, Schneider, V, Sheldon, S, Schlaman, B, Sorenson, ROW 2: M, Schwicht, R, Stieber, S, Wolfinbar er M T ll D g , , u y, , Sawyer, V, Smith, M, Stearns, ROW3: D, Wertz, T, Steiskal, R, Terry, P, Williamson, J. Van Patten, J, Scully, D, Schroeder, ROW 4: H, Strametz, I, Stonis, N, Silver, F, Walsh, D, Swanson, P, Wagner, W, Swanson, f, '17 C, 1 l .ref gsm, f-ok 1325! ...f ,I .fg- is . ,w..,,,,,4 ,J ,.....-....,,.....-- uv, Secretaryg R, Vlk, President, ROW I :F, Dorner, B, Cribb, A. Catardi, L, Bolton, R, Kapell, C, Chinn, K, Anderson, ROW 2: E, Cary, Diorio, W, Drury, M, Bovxm, W, Cozart, C, Bunkelman, S, Angeloff, ROW 3: C, Frazier, R, Ahrens, M I, Filialreault, N, Bevier, M, Arndt, C , Beckford, ROW4: J, Elliott, H, Evans, M, Bell, L, Christensen W, Barnstable, CQPQJAHQQFL Mr, Grady, Advisor, A, Diorio, Treasurer, L, Bolton Vice- Presidentg Miss Wehr, Advisor, M, Arndt, A. Bushing, G, Chernik, 'Q 'U' C, ffl, M 7 sf X, '54, 12" I' fx 2-pf! " TS' H-v ii iff? SFQ5 ,,, 1 bc" If Q--, E7 I V , " f N-V57 'li A5- ,,,,,, . M-Ani .. 1' f ROW 1: J, Gerber, B, Iahr, S, Keulman, B, Heiligenthal, B, Hohnwald, C, Kroeplin, ROW 2: J. Horton, J, Kiehl, L, Gray, M, Greene, B, January, ROW 3: J, Hostetler, L, Hansen, R, Gelden, T, Gudgeon, K, Gordon, C, Heath, D, Jerde, ROW4: D, Holmes, E, Iensen, E, Hasrie, G, Gorman, G, Huml, R, Gorman, W, Ladewig, EPQJAHQQIQ ROW I 1 J, Mair, C, Larson, R, Plechaty, I, Lystlund, E, Pensaleck, G, Lennon, A, Nering, ROW 2: I. Patelski, K, Richards, I, Murrie, P, Palmer, S, McGee, ROW 3: R, Messersmith, I, Matteoni, G, Risch, A, Mani, D, Lubkeman, H, Miller, I, Lombardo, ROW4: P, Lehmann, A Nelson, F, Libert, R, Meyer, E, Oelkers, w-J 'U' 17 'B' sf .di await! I .toll 6 x H"'n Q Wu- uni 'v C' 'ibn 26, at 5:1 fd' vw fl ."z'.':fi:IZ21.' 57" xx M ref' "'hX-:nk ' eS the Th . The Solar Svstemfecew eyfalso mlngle with up er 1 "freshies"' attentlon. men 111 shop classes. P C ass jI"Q5AIVLeI'l ROW I : R, Srch, J, Rogers, M, Stowe, S, Tegelman, M, Seyfarth, J, Stubner, ROW 2: G, Vaughn, T, Tumer, M, Walker, R, Sturm, J, Williams, E, West, A, Wagner, ROW 3: J, Young, G, Schumacher, R, Wolf, N, Sela- makos, R, Zeien, I. Valek, D, Valkenaar, ROW4: R, Van Patten, M, Wohlfeil, R, Vlk, J, Steitz, B, Thompson, fll ,X ,- 1 ,, ed, M, .S .25 2 ,-if ' " 1" 3 i- ' , Q 9-:eu mi 'Y 'cr VH, , I ,LL Q, 92' "r 6 H 1 n 3 Z f 'fl 0 ff , 9 ,Amr , , H A ,lf 5 I . ,. 9 0 UC al'l'l'l0fl ' ' ff " xs. 'Nm If P U x W ,V f if I , 1 1 I U 1 V . ,. 'agp v Ay 1- . ' , , fx , I 'I A, f , A M N 1 X5 1 ggi 74, ,H . s ' ' N 1 Qffi' f . 'N T' ,..3 ' -If Z3 vm ,, gy ., ,I f M ,A ' . 1.1 , , . , ' 5 - , N 5 ,, - 1 ' ' ' ff, -' ' N , ,l V , V , , , I M 9 :N , Ms -M , ' f A J 1 v my X42 il." A - ,- 'rp Q k -se I ,xx Yi: ft. , QA .Vx.. P' 1 X , ,., 5' 'Q Q 1 Ng .og . r X x... 90 9' 5, 4 GirlS' Trio Boys' Quartet .xg Caloloe fa CAOII' ROW 1: D. Martin, S, Ross, M, Furlan, L, Gray, D, Reidel, M, Thomas, R, Jach, J, Haak, B, January, Mr, Chen- ette, ROW 2: M. Matteucci, M, Freund, M, Balek, J, Martin, R, Kufalk, B, Heiligenthal, I, Patelski, M, McCann B, Novak, N, Rentner, W, Midgley, S, Weber, ROW 3: R, Morris, C, Hansen, F, Sterling, J. Rogers, M. Wolff, M Bolton, D, Lubkeman, D. Wertz, W, Barnstable, R, January, S, Oilschlager, G, Seyfarth, N, Swenson, K, Richards ROW 4: K. Gordon, J, Larson, D, Cardiff, E, Burnett, F. Miller, D, Swanson, T, McGreal, L. Bolton, B, Mix, J, Glenn, E. Carlquist, J. Bown, V, Burdick, iglqws, mi 'YG' , 25.6 ea- I 'US' T , 21? "?!PW9?"""""" -4 p f, , it 4 3 45, wr Y ,., Q7 ROW 1: Mr, Chenette, P. Bauguess, E, Melosi, S. Wolfinbarger, S. Gray, Y. Bigner, E. Cary. ROW 2: B. Doolittle, I. Kiehl, I. Riegler, C, Kroeplin, J, Hostetler, C, Bunkelman. ROW 3:C, Heath, J. Camphausen, C. Cervenka, M. Arndt, O. Paskiewicz, P. Haydon, C. Ptasienski. ROW 4:C. Frazier, J. Haydon, D. Davis, S. Behrens, E. Chernik, S. Keating, S. Schlaman, M, Paglusch, ir J, gde ROW 1: L, Lux, J. Mair, L, Portalski, I. Caddy. I. Kroll, ROW 2: N. Quinn, R, Larsen, M, Osmond, M, Tully, M, Schwicht, J. Forbrich, ROW 3: J. Braechman, E, Catardi, S, Cooney, L, Wells, D, Masopust, G, Lennon, J, Quilty, ROW 4: R, Ahrens, D, Sheehan, V, Runge, M. Stowe, D, Dittmer, S, Nelson, G, Pedersen, P, Willett, '69 46Q,9efi'j Q ,. fr- if Z' ,...,,,Z ,Mx Q M-, 6 ' V V' ' f ry ' -3-z ani- P ' ' ' Qrfww -' ' 'V Q ., ff---M.. V ' f ' 44' , 1.1 I xy, , fd w a- V ' if if q F H , , 1 .f W :K V ' , 4 X . w- 'Q ,V ' an X 1 . ' , , fa ' V , , f -h 5 Y gm ,Q S, 5 I 4 ,, i Why 3 X 0 X l 'J my L 1 if 3 4x 1 I up 6311 ' ' " W F WL M, I M .1 'ff ,MV ,H 4iir.1w,3f? ff' '4 dw 'N ' , Y J .., ' 5-46 J Wx X Trumpet Trio Brass Sextet 26jl,l0lf pep EGHJ 11 el Q l P u 1 i E 1 S ? 2 1 2 4 .1 w 1' g Q ? 1 3 E i r i is S 3 x 7 4 1 , 'C ? ff 1,43 -414 'N 'X ,-..,,- 'ffl 'W 'Ns..,q.,, ,gr-w-.-.q,,. QL fo N1 --M rl:-C, wg W. Brownlee, Vice-President, Mrs, Tulumello, Advisorg C, Cervenka, Secretaryg R. Larsen, Assistant Secretaryg E, Cher- nik, Treasurer, W, Terry, President, -3' .szzclenf ounci ROW lg M, McCann, E. Chernik, G, Chernik, F. Miller, F, Clarke, M. Furlan, W, Midgley, ROW 2: Mrs. Tulu- mello, R, Larsen, C, Cervenka, S, Ross, J, Haydon, R, Wolf, I, Forbrich, ROW 3:1-I, Kapell, Pechulis, W, Terry, D, Cardiff, W, Brownlee, J. Kelly, R. Vlk, H. Wilson, J. E :sec sl T7 Q1 v sf of 'E' ROW 1gD. Sawyer, P, Johnson, C. Hojem, J. Filiatreault, L, Ryder, .6 A M. Thomas. ROW 2: S. Angeloff, E, Phillips, H, Miller, I, Stonis, l u, R. Terry, B. Sorenson, Mr. Chiappetta. ROW 1: Miss Bean, S. Ross, N. Rentner, G. Sey- farth, S, Behrens, R, Jach. ROW 2:I. Haak, M. Schlegel W Midgley R Wolf M Herman ROW 3: H. Ksrpell, W. Terry, McMi11en, F. Mi'11er, W fo f J! o f M. Morris, D. Cain. Cl, y qn-1 nm 11: ph., . ' .1v-611:- v 1-are J .,, ,, I y ,P , f f il! W me M, Wolf, President, Mrs, Buch- holz, Advisory C. Cervenka, Treasurer, G, Pedersen, Publicity Chairman: I. Babor, Vice-Presi- dentg M. Herman, Secretary. jufure ornemza em of America ROW 1: J. Horton, J, Kroll, M, Osmond, D, Martin, S, Wolfinbarger, R, Wolf. ROW 2: S. Mair, C, Cervenka, J, Mair, C, Kroeplin, L, Hansen, M. Thomas, V, Smith, D, Jerde, ROW 3: Mrs, Buchholz, M. Furlan, J, Babor, L. Ryder, E, Melosi, S, Cooney, N, Holmes, D, Robis, ROW 4: J. Quilty, J. Martin, D, Sheehan, I, Riegler, J, Kiehl, R, Kufalk, M. Balek, M. Herman, ROW 5: D. Holler, P, Petersen, D, VanHilst, G, Pedersen, S, Nelson, B, Novak, M, Kempf, C, Frazier, wr' 'Y T7 '5 nr Y L yr ,W y , I i, , AV' ROW 1: J. Haydon, Presidentg M. Paglusch, Secretary. ROW 21 R. Cain, Treasurerg Mr. Willrett, Advisorg N. Silvers, Vice-President. X S E0 Ogg ROW 1: M. Schwicht, M. Tully, S. Cooney, L, McNeil, G, Behrens, R, Morris, K, Andersen. ROW 2: Mr, Willrett, L, McCord, A, Cribb, O, Pasziewicz, J. Haydon, S. Mair, M. Paglusch, D, Olson, ROW 3:C, Am brosia, N, Silvers, R, Cain, E, Hohnwald, E, Reed, E. Prange, R. Gonding, R, Enis, cl vf 3 L., ll! nga' 5 o 11 Miss Donovan, Advisor: D. Ditt- mer, Secretaryg I. Quilty, Treas urerp M, McCann, Presidentg P, Petersen, Vice-President, irgs , .x4fA6fic fidociafion, ROW 1: L. McNeil, P. Gallagher, D, Dittrner, I. Martin, I. Romer, M. Bolton. ROW 2: J. Forbrich, A. Vos, I. Shepherd, R, Wolf, S, Wolflnbarger, I, Steiber, Miss Donovan, ROW 3: M, Osmond, C. Hansen, F. Sterling, D, Masopust, J, Riegler, J, Kroll, ROW 4: I. Quilty, N, Rentner, S, Ross, G, Seyfarth, V, Runge, S, Mair, D, Sheehan, 2-J 'T ,Rf we i QB' 1371 'Q fb, -3 ? .Af '51 E - ,Af K QL fl gr, 'V " Sf x 4 . L.- XYW' I 9 . 6 -w '57 fun? '57 119-'V A Q' xi' ' Q A 1 ! U' ? 1 93 1 61, Thu. 2 17 'W :f ' Q04 .Q fTf'fl?lr,,s.sr ! f' 'Sa si 'Q V U i . OJ Q Y, ,, ,f ' fha- ' f , L rl, ..-ff f rf li, V' ' ROW 1: L. Hansen, D, Ballwanz, M, Schwicht, D. Reidel, S. Tegelman. I. Horton. ROW 2: S. Keulman, S. Cooney, C, Chinn, J, Kiehl, J, Hostetler, M, Stearns, ROW 3: A. Cribb, G. Behrens, J, Champhausen, C. Frazier, C, Kroeplin, B, Heiligenthal, N. Weber, ROW 1gS, Gray, D. Robis, N., Holmes, J, Wilton, P, Petersen, A, Schwicht. ROW 2: M. Balek, I, Braeckman, B, Doolittle, L, Wells, P, Carney, V, Harness, ROW 3: B, Novak, C. Cervenka, S. Keating, L. Portalski, M, Kempf, D. Van Hilst, M. McCann, ,, YW 'x X W E? A Q' f V ? , my W , X I Q , 'M E Q I ' ' .. I 3 ,f rw, ,sg ,.,,,,,. V v ,- .4 V7 'O -- V i '91 -s '. . it 1 Q fs 49-un' 6' 1' v- f 334 .af Y"'? rs 'P I PM sd YJ .-av 1 5 O " V rf" 1 i ' 5 a , 1 1 . 4 f of fn V7 ev O 5 I K Q i , ' P X 't f-" Q 4 iw A fa- h K - "" F Q ,K - ,X -f-" 'L E' K --v-,,44 fx XZ kg ,NX 'iff ox -r if X . 4 Nav' ROW 1: J. Tegelman, D. Martin, I. Mair, I. Haak, M. Herman, P. Palmer, ROW 2: M. Arndt, M. Furlan, O. Paszkiewicz, M. Bushing, L. Gray. ROW 3:M. Stowe, J. Rogers, S. Nelson, G, Pedersen, L, Flattum, M. Wolff. ROW 1: R. Wolf, A. Schwicht, S. Nelson, G. Seyfarth, P. Carney, A -A .-A J. Tegelrnan. ROW 2: N. Rentner, I. Quilty, G. Pedersen, P. o 0 o ' Petersen, M. McCann, Miss Donovan, ' 453 3 g .JQ' ri ...ff f 5 d .ff cs 1- Q . , ' . , 4 f s --fl ' i x41e Nev . Yi. P P N-M...- if W? .1 ,V Mo ?'P T. McGreal, Vice-President, Mr. Kessenich, Advisor, R, Hedberg, Treasurer: I. Pechulis, President, ROW l: H, Lindgren, W, Brownlee, W, Gallagher, W, Blake, J, McMillen, A, Masopust, R, Hedberg, ROW 2: Mr, Kessenich, L, Hostetler, I, Lawrence, H. Kapell, R. Duha, F, Miller, C, Behrendt, ROW 3: W. Terry, J. Gutowski H, Wilson, B, Floyd, R, Langosch, J, Pechulis, ROW 4: G, Halvorsen, M, Verke, L, Lass, P, Eckert, P. Vos, T, McGreal, C, Davis, E, Frazier, -w -H WNV Nw. eguoza fa!! 'R i M""-ek. 'y M. Herman and J, Haak, Co-Editorsg T. McGrea1, Business Managerg Miss Bean, Advisor. Ip f, ROW 1:J. Wetzel, P. Haydon, M. Herman, T. McGrea1, J. Haak, M. Hogan, N. Ryan, ROW 2: R. Wolf, M Schlegel, L. Loecher, A. Schwicht, D. Masopust, R. Larsen, Miss Bean. ROW 3: S. Hollocker, W. Wilton, L Lass, F. Miller, R. Huml, R. Hedberg. ROW 4: S. Ross, E. Chernik, I. Romer, falk, M. Furlan, E. Melosi. M. Bolton, S. Nelson, R. Ku 47 "I vs W? X, ,X 0 O YW 'V' To X 4 z rf Q7 0l'l'l ' 0l7l gif Miss Schutte, Advisorg S. Ross, Editor, N. Rentner, News Editor, N. Ryan, Sports Editor, G, Seyfarth, Art Directorg G, Pedersen, Feature Editor, VV ROW 1: R, Larsen, Gg Behrens, S, Ross, Miss Schutte, J, Haak, N, Quinn, R, Morris, ROW 2: R, Stieber, M. Os- rnond, S, Wolfinbarger, D. Masopust, E, Catardi, L. McNeil, J. Kroll, M, Schwicht, ROW 3gC, Cervenka, N, Rentner, M. Furlan, S, Keating, J, Caddy, O, Paszkiewicz, J, Carlson, D, Sheehan, ROW 4: G, Pedersen, S. Nelson, N, Ryan, M. Hruby, B, Mix, D, Cain, G. Seyfarth, D, Dittmer, E. Chernik, files -1 'we- rl'-'E XS! ofafin CZ! N, Rentner, President, Miss Wehr, Advisor, G, Seyfarth, Vice-President, R. Morris, Treasurer, J. Romer, Secretary, D, Cardiff, Sergeant-ab Arms, ROW 1: L. McNeil, N, Rentner, M. Wolff, D, Dittmer, J, Haydon, R, Morris, R, Wolf, ROW 2: M, Freund, I, Carlson, K, Coyne, G, Seyfarrh, I, Lystlund, J, Romer, A, Cribb, F. Sterling, C, Hansen, ROW 3: Miss Wehr, A. Vos, K. Anderson, J, Forbrich, C, Chinn, B, Hohnwald, C, Beckford, S, Cooney, D. Masopust, M. Tully, P, Carney, ROW 4: G, Biel, J, Rogers, C, Beckman, R, Cain, D, Cain, N, Ryan, J, Matteoni, H, Miller, ROW 5: H, Kapell, J, Stonis, G, Huml, E, Hohnwald, W, Terry, D, Cardiff, J. Scully, W, Barnstable, R, Enis. 11" ' vy 3 V-fy dw: I7 QQ I 1413 :VN I di? Y 'UWWQ 'X 1 lf. i, 52 Marge and Larry Jean and Phil DO ,f -.4 gl Y f? ' J' . I'0l'l'l King Tom kisses Queen Anne and leads her in the Coronation dance. Cuff Nancy and Bob W!! 'LV ' 'X 37-. gjbm 2, 5' Z iw f lzg , WJ :f:f " "f:', ' ' T" :YW V 97445454 ' A." Rose Mary and Jerry 1 , 33 ' 244, ,, Taffiivi, 6 - f-is QQ Z7 ww- W, Z fwunviv Time out for a chat with Miss Donovan. The king and queen porn approach the throne. The dancers pause to enjoy the punch. X . - E, LP unior Marney McDonald. . Mildred, her daughter . Burney, the son ...... Mary Wilson, Marney's mother . Jennifer, Marney's old friend . . Jack Rose, one of Mildred's admirers Bud Blasier, another admirer . . Frannie Crane, Mildred's girl friend Henry Wilson, Marney's father . . Mrs. Drake, Mary Wilson's mother William Stone, Marney's suitor . . Robert MacDonald, another suitor . Stage Managers ....... fm, nfl, :Ward .9l'l'll08I" QC! ,7 . Gretchen Biel . Lois Flattum . . David Cain Garnet Seyfarth . Elaine Melosie Howard Ballwanz . James Krieger .Carol Cervenka Warren Brownlee Louise Portalski . Paul Mattson . . Fred Clarke . . Benny Floyd Donna Mae Jerde ROW I 1 L, Portalski, G, Seyfarth, G, Biel, L, Flattum, ROW 2: Mrs, Tulumello, H. Ballwanz, C, Cervenka, E, Melosie, D, Jerde, ROW 3: D, Cain, P, Mattson, J, Krieger, F, Clarke, B, Floyd, W, Brownlee, ef-'Q -1: 'agar YV' ,qv C7 . . Nick Ryan . Donna Martin . . Fred Miller Edwyna Che rnik . Wendy Midgley . Roberta Jach . . Joanne Haak . Harold Wilson Arlene Gorski Gail Pedersen Richard Huml Tom McGrea1 Robert Hanley a rich hypochondriac Richard Hedberg THLEHT V54-"Fl , X 1- mgxy.. N H .--1-.-.Q.- -- . . . My , 'fr 'js QI. .1 x lf -gm, 2- 233 .g, gm iff e. 5 ' JY ' Y , 'X,5v,., , .Q ,.,. C 1 W K, X 2 1. 1 351113 We if f W. A ff- L- ' 'Lkffs' if 5' if sg 1 aiif h g 1 -,,.--.L , ,A I W' 'g "4'T'T"W"" ,gg ,,,, 'Lf'-' '- WW f . .- ,rpgtq k fc, fl r .Wm If I M. ,, :V " Q Q4 4,4 1 ,, anMQy eanz Watch that backfieldl ROW I : W, Brownlee, H, Lindgren, W, Terry, W, Blake, W, Gallagher, R, Ballwanz, ROW 2: Mr, Kessenich, F, Miller, H, Kapell, H, Wilson, P, Vos, P, Burgdorf, J, Gutowski, N, Selamakos, ROW 3: I. Wells, R. Huml, T, McGreal, F, Clarke, C, Davis, I, Pechulis, Mr, Scott, ROW4g P, Mattson, I, Krieger, A, Masopust, P, Eckert, J, Mclvlillen, R , Hedberg, R, Dul-ra, B, Floyd, joofgaf ,lVVVv,,,!, f 1 1 :ki 'T v I 'H I Vg' g ,,, ,,,,, ,f F f F ' , in E95 ,..,,, E! A eh, I P f Zi? QJQ emma Q W J 3 L ff - ,ff, if 'K W ,K X in X., i kv 'XM f 5 ,,,, W 2 , lvlr . , Q 2 ,,,, 1 f 'f F fu' 2 to , We '-P- , I L g be -. A-mi " - , , 'Jil ,vv. Ib .fr 1 W e,wU l R W R 'Mfr V I .,, D A Q., 'F If A f V. -ffa , A , 'MQ , ,A ,Ai .,, J - A, 7 1' I V. 1 ' A M 5 f xx ' 1 ,,,,,Mn V' ,,f', an K 7, , ,Q . ,. gi V - , ,,,.. 5 :4, .Q - M - . ,' 'W I ,V , 3 535 K E f .E P afl,' R ff" rtt'r F lr W to R F " VV A ,. l .. F " Z f I , ,, I , f nf ,LG f Q .- A H' I W i V , 'GV 'ff f -XX V . ' I V ,A , lnvv U 41, . aw i Q t 'Q' 2 "W"i VTE Bob Duha Henry Kapell D' me 3 I n f 5 , V-.1 1 I ,ffl V Fred Miller Q s I V: 45 Bill Terry , 'L X ,yf - 9- 4 -J r c I W Joe Gutowski ' s Dick Hedberg e e ji9Afing equoifzi Coaches Scott and Kessenich Phil Vos ' A Dick Huml 5 I , l x 59 5 My 1, Tom McGreal . B if e W W Joe Pechulis XXL' i fl 1 ' 15:1 ,,,, .. John Wells Harold Wilson 4 Q' 65 ? 0 K1 NW aa Q i I yn , ,mfr R , ,vi i 5, ,, 3 '. ,, x ' ' f V 1 , f V ff' -if I.. v y ' w L W' A 1 1 y ,aa , L y me ' N' 'rar ' 'f"".fg M y A .vw-IP r ,Wig l ,, . a , L, , 3. , ,, 1 1 I L , , CM I A V: .D L ,I , fr y A L , t Ii X W H . l L y N-" L ' 'mf 'N . is vue , 1 A A lm 1 VW , ,, A30 'xv yy F ,.., A , , A . 4 W , , ' "M , mx ' j , , Nbqf jfs V ,X f S , f kg Y -l 5 y L .N , A , y, x ,f y if f P ' wa :gf 2 X . f, ,fy 4 , in K 5, f ,Q l I . L' ,L , jl.AaiiHJJ f it ,ul , C Il ' f ROW I : I. Bown, V, Burdick, F, Walsh, E, Carlquist, E, Hohnwald, W, Swanson, ROW 2: N, Peterson, P, Williamson, H, Strametz, T, Haley, C, Behrendt, Mr, Lambert, ROW 3: T, Kelly, 0 D. Schroeder, I. Scully, A, Reckers, A, Herman, R, Hamlin, D, Wertz, P gI'Q5Al'l1a,l'l 711,61 'if ROWIg Mr, Kessenich, R, Kapell, G, Huml, C, Larson, R, Vlk, R, Plechaty, F, Libert, Mr, Lambert, ROW 21 K, Gordon, T, Gudgeon, W, Barnstable, I, Elliott, L, Christensen, R ua Van Patten, H, Evans, ROW3g F, Dorner, R, Srch, P, Lehmann, I, Stubner, R, Zeien, J, Matteoni, A, Mani, R, Wolf, 'VY ' 'P' A 'fb f"3"' ?4Q, gp. JU' 4, i' fig. lf . , 4' .f 'f' LIIXMJA yi! The team is in a huddle . . . Mitzi Wolf, Donna Martin, Jean Tegelman, Wendy Midgley, Lois Flattum, and Gail Pedersen ulfdifg CAeerLaJerA , jlw I9 3 1 I I, 'J 'F . 5 fa K 5, , ' A 1 1 40 TWT' A 1 -X P X if I 'Li ijf 4 ', , ,. uw.. .K .',5.f- - ,F I 'il 4 T I 'i Pr ' If 'I' Jf -A ' X 1 'V n 4,. omecoming . ,,,-. ru' Mary and Joe Judy and Eddy 'e C4 Jackie and Jim 'lv I J X, 4-,ge . 1 1, JV' f ' 4' Il. 5. 4 . ,Ns . . , 1 J i The ro 1 air sm'1 th ir b' cts. ya P 1 e upon e Su Je Marlys and Lynn The court enjoy a. Coronation waltz. Ja HULDTJAUHTLIN -43 er Mob scene at bonfire. Let's tackle that man! cgi I' 7 K X in .on Q. ,gm . FV i xb 1.4, 1 Q Miss Donovan and Babe beat out time for Chief Sequoit. omecomin Chief Sequoit makes first appearance at homecoming. ' .L up ,, -. n., --fu z.- l -,znw--:Jn .u.v.z.-fgwinr . A If aw, . ucrdif .gCL5LQfgCl! Let's try this play , , ROW I: Mr. Scott, J. Palmer, M. Haviland, W. Brownlee, C. Sullivan, D. Cain, E. Frazier. ROW 2: H. Lindgren, C. Davis T. McGreal, F. Clarke, L. Lass, E. Ring, B. Floyd. I xl 21 of I mg If g fbi E 'WN s, ,lui ,'eE g -,. I ,. I 4.594 Tom nf , Dave I BL1tCh Fred , Jack p at Larry Honorary Captain Mike First Team, Chuck I A ,Benn All-Conference ,f 'Y Flrst Team, 4 ,, Ai 0 A11-Conference S :.- 4 XV M 1 J , A ., ,W , , ,1,f, J. ,,,, ,f V.-X ,- --,rr NW, , ' ' f 4- Q A 5' fifff fff ' ' W6 .. 114 " f A- ' , , . ! I yxl gm H K Q HSN Q W Q HU 4 x. , 7 fx, HHTIUCH SERVICEHTEH ffX N , X 1 ' 5 14 1 Sales 8: Service . . I X 1 f fgeaamgmiw Shell P roducts Phone 590 Routes 21 at 173 Antioch, Illinois Compliments of E , THE PARK GARAG ANTIOCH RECREATION, INC. 890 Main Street Antioch 349 Carburetion and Ignition Scientific Diagnosis Lake Villa, Illinois HAMLIN ELECTRIC Contracting Kr Service Grand Avenue Lake Villa 6-6762 BLUMENSCHEIN BROS. Lake Villa, Illinois Phone Lake Villa 6-6161 or 6-6271 Tiling Pipe Cable Foundations Pushing Seepage Beds LAKELAND BUICK Highway 12 Fox Lake 7-2.771 Fox Lake, Illinois ANTIOCH LUMBER 81 COAL CO., I NC. Phone 15 and 16 "Everything to Build Anything" C ompliments MANN ' S of m sq Phone Antioch 60 SUPER MART . ' Compliments of WESTERN TIRE 8: AUTO STORE Antioch, Illinois WILTON'S ELECTRIC SHOP 924 Main Street Electrical Contractors Phone lll Antioch, Illinois DALGAARD'S I. Cr. A. SUPER MART Phone Lake Villa 6-2171 Lake Villa, Illinois HALEY CHEVROLET SALES Phone Lake Villa 6-2811 Lake Villa, Illinois BARNSTABLE AND BROGAN'S Ladies' and Men's Wear Antioch, Illinois Phone 521 "For the best in shoe repair" .IOE'S SHOE SERVICE Our Guarantee is Your Satisfaction XXX? VILLA CLEANERS Expert Tailoring John J. Danek Phone 6-4394 :khk ak ag: WILLIAMSON GROCERY Phone Lake Villa 6-4481 Lake Villa, Illinois Compliments of STATE LINE SERVICES Warren F. Behrens Xiii EFFINCrER'S HARDWARE Paints gl Glass Lake Villa, 6-3611 ?YY3 OLSON IMPLEMENT CO. 352 Depot Street Phone 29 Antioch, Illinois , if 4247 1 +5 aid? rw.: 1. Slumber party? 2. Camera shy? 3. Eighth fran, , . 1 ww r sz ' :Tv 4 ah' ' f I I grader, 4, 3a.m, 5. Pretty boy. 6. Ora ' V Lee's dimple! 7. 8th grade picnic. 8. Re- , member Ginny? 9. Our boy Bruce, 10, Harve. 11. Freddy, 12, Par Strartan. 13. Pajama ' ra , V V S-...Y party'er. 14. Sue's up in the air for Cardiff, E Q swam V J an 15. The Creep. 16. Ne1son's Christmas. A' -824,1 A ' 3 7, "M 1 17. Tobogganers warming up. 18. Pajama g N I .,, fashions. 19. Budding musicians. 'gm ' Y M ' X, rx -.- Qs z .,,. ' A ' ' ff f g fl . v,,V, 4 Y, ,Li-'3"gv ' g r r 10 116 1 ',,' x is j 1 as ls 4 I 1 ' Zi ,,A,v f E.-.Mag 4 wr . x, , , 1 7 A 1 Ei ' af F37 ggy 'EQ Q ' 4 41. ,, L " " 5.522 fy W k I I-ff My A ,f.,, Q: R .ea .ra f 1 18 1 W ,"1rN , f ,V , 1 N' ' F,,..3 ,gy + i ei ' 1 fll 2 '52 'mi 1. is E , ,J , Hifi, ar sg ' K fx fa 13 XJ Q A 'ff f I3 J N: -mlf.L. 4 1 2 'V' if 0 0 o A Q f., 'vw 1 ul-Q' g, V .. SH., ,, Y .Y P A nes' I "QQ II 'A' .14 ,fb Q 1 V r M V- ,,' f. z ,,,,' , at K' 1 'f V U A f R 125 , C f 221, ,ww ,wwf m,-.vp Vi .V ,,,f.W, ' -.-,, 2 Q 0 4. 1 f , , .QM - f ,J -wtf 7761 fvf ,,,..,..n5?' . 01 X294 A 4 W gs ' ,,f 1.5, ,,. ,,,, . f ,wwf-' JNgre?ffffpfizffz,-f-f6, f' 3' L - Lfpmwfw , ,',.W.1,,, , , . , ,,',,wz1f- ' W L-3-cyyfzfg,-,l1,'-yi: 'C .53,z,,f A, 75,1 5 5, ',V. V ,I A, f XZ., ,ff ' "1 f?:?'-i',?m1,g.vfmi4' . , lvrf' " Y ,bwfifk 'af f v ,145 . ff' 1 14 , 1-wp, '77 ,, I f ' ,lf " ' , , W , ' 1 - u iv P 4 , , f lm Q.. ' 4 rv ' s 1 I V' 5 X ' ,414 Y 4, ' , Y fri. - , W' ' 'mv ' ,, Q , 2 I f , 4, :fp , "Yi W7 ' f ',g14ZQ.f,j . , ' f , '40, ff , ff' f,Q4vwge,!,f arf--,,, , f W ' VM., f if L- f 1 'V :fr I ,, , 'I "9 y " .ff 1952-53 'lfmzfy ZJZLJQALI K 3001 ROW I : E, Baethke, I. Quilty, L, Hos- tetler, N, Ryan, I, Osmond, R, Ballwanz, I, Lawrence, ROW 2: Coach Scott, I, Meyers, T, McGreal, P, Vos, R, Weber, W, Brownlee, F, Miller, B, Stahmer, M, Verke, ., , Tl' fi, in V - . ax 4, ,X ENN ,4 v,lk"15-9 . 195 ., as 'U00 'ff E fulfssax J, we k a, ii l 952-5 unior- amifg Z?meLaf .iam ROW Ig F, Clarke, E, Hohnwald. I. Kelly, J, McMillen, P, Eckert, W, Swanson, A, Reckers, ROW 2: T. Kelly, F, Walsh, I, Scully, C, Ambrosia, J, Stonis, R, Wilton, J, Crawford, G, Chapman, Coach Scott, 1952-53 j'ClCL SWG ROW I : R, Langosh, I. Arndt, W, Gallag- her, F, Stahmer, ROW 2: J. Wells, D, Schroeder, I. Healy, D, Cain, C, Behrendt, ROW 3: Coach Kessenich, W, Blake, B, Floyd, G, I-Ialvorsen, E, Carlquist, ' - "W-R 6? tif 3, ff f ,l r lf., -.- xml! Y Nvf C5 ES 2 at 4:-l 4 SX ST C ompliment s of STATE BANK of Antioch Antioch, Illinois GUS 8: BETTY'S Fine foods 81 dinners. Phone Trevor 2862 XXXX HUNTER'S Antioch, Illinois Phone 35 Z XXXX GASTON PRINTING COMPANY Phone 44 - 43 Antioch, Illinois XXXX RAY'S SHELL STATION Antioch, Illinois Phone 55-J XXXX L, E, MURRIE STANDARD SERVICE Phone 367 XXXX C ompliment s of AMIEL FEYERABEND XXXX VETERAN'S CLUB Route 21 At Loon Lake 2 Miles South of Antioch XXXX . MILLER'S GROCERY 917 Main Street Antioch, Illinois XXXX PEDERSEN'S BAKERY and DELICATESSEN Main Street Antioch, Illinois W, H, BAETHKE 8: SON Barber Shop Antioch, Illinois XXXX Compliments of A, TEGEN Deep Lake Lake Villa, Illinois :lc ai: :',: al: CAREY ELECTRIC 8: PLUMBING SHOP Antioch, Illinois :lc :jc :lc ak GIBB'S VARIETY STORE The Store of Friendly Service Antioch, Illinois Phone 136-J XXXX ANTIOCH CAFE Reasonable Meals Antioch, Illinois :lc :Qc :fc :lc Compliments of DICK'S BIKE SHOP Phone Antioch 888 Antioch, Illinois XXXX GAMBLE STORE Tires, Coronado Appliances, Hardware, Batteries, Sporting Goods Antioch, Illinois XXXX GIBBS and JESSEN Sporting Goods and Sports Wear Antioch, Illinois :jc :jc 9,4 :lc KOLAR'S SHOE SERVICE North Avenue - West of Route Z1 Antioch, Illinois Compliments of CODDINGTON HARDWARE Compliments of CARLSON FORD SALES, INC. 939 Main St. Phone 770 Anti och, Illinoi s Cars Trucks VENETIAN VILLAGE Lake Villa, Illinois N. H. Engle 8: Sons, Inc. BlLL'S WELDING 8: STEEL SALES 312 Depot Street TED KELLER CHEVROLET Chevrolet 8: Oldsmobile Sales-Parts-Service Antioch, Illinois Phone 464R Phone Antioch 56 Antioch, Illinois KEN VAN PATTEN DISTRIBUTOR WILLIAMS of WILLOW FARM PRODUCTS DEPARTMENT STORE P. O. Box 12 Antioch, Illinois Phone Antioch 2 Antioch, Illinois TED'S SWEET SHOP "Best Homemade Candy" Antioch, Illinois Kiki HARM'S REFRIGERATOR Sales 8: Service Lake Villa, Illinois MICHEAL'S BARBER SHOP Lake Villa, Illinois i?Yi CHAIN O'LA.KES GARAGE Route Z1 8: 132 . FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Antioch Phone 70 or 80 Antioch, Illinoi s DEEP LAKE ROYAL BLUE 4th 81 Edgewood Deep Lake Lake Villa 6-6071 k??3 CHAIN O'LAKES CLEANERS Expert Cle aning, Repairing and Tailoring Plant - Route Z1 Phone Antioch 636 Antioch, Illinois :Qc :ic :fc :lc ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE IIZ Mile South of Highway 173 on 83 Phone Antioch 908 Antioch, Illinois Aki? BURT ANDERSON Radio - Television Repair and Service Route Z1 Loon Lake Phone Antioch 850 tri? M. CUNNINGHAM CARTAGE Moving and General Trucking ZEH Antioch, Illinois Phone 419 Wiki SADDLE INN Good Food Deep Lake Road Lake Villa, Illinois XXX? REN'S FOUNTAIN GRILL 914 Main Street Antioch, Illinois Wiki TRADING POST 900 Main Street Antioch, Illinois Phone Antioch 112-R iii? OLD ORCHARD INN Excellent Food Geo. 8: Frances Schweiger, Props. Phone Antioch 37 8 KLIMAS RESORT Sand Lake Swimming - Fishing - Hunting Picnic Grounds Lake Villa 6-6941 Lake Villa, Illinois i?Xk CARDI'S REST URANT Antioch, Illinois Wi?Y WALLY GOOD'S SERVICE STATION Save More Route Z1 lf2 mile south of 17 kkk? Compliments of GRASS LAKE FOOT MART Geo. Cervenka, Prop. Antioch, Illinois Wkiv RENDALL COAL 8: OIL Antioch 72-J Antioch, Illinois iii? ANTIOCH BEAUTY SHOP 416 Orchard Street Antioch, Illinois iii? MILLIE'S PIZZA Lake Villa 6-1051 Lake Villa, Illinois iii? DUPRE MOTEL Route 21 Antioch 913 or 240-R-1 4838 ART'S SPORT SHOP Fishing Tackle 8: Bait 21 8: Beech Grove Road Antioch, Illinois 3 E. H. GLENN 81 SONS Well Drilling and Repairing Compliments of KING'S DRUGS Automatic Water Systems Purnps , Antioch, Illinois Phone 464 Phofle Antloflh 62 Antioch, Illinois Compliments of CEDAR LAKE SERVICE STATION THE ADVERTISER Antioch, Illinois O. I. Onstad General Auto Repair Rte. 21 and Petite Lake Rd. Phone Lake Villa 6-2161 Arthur Storch . LAKELAND REAL ESTATE 8: INSURANCE Compliments of Cottages Homes Farms Resorts Your Standard Oil Company Agent DUDLEY KENNEDY Complete Insurance Service Phones Lake Villa 6-1241 Antioch 23 Wendell S. Nelson, Broker LOON LAKE PLUMBING gl HEATING Full Line of Home Appliance 8: TV Phone Antioch 251-W2 or Antioch 569-M1 XXXX BEN FRANKLIN STORE Antioch, Illinois Phone 30 XXXX Compliments of FRANK HAND ZEL Loon Lake Inn XXXX L, C, DAIRY STORE 21 8: Beech Grove Road Antioch 68 BILL'S SERVICE STATION Loon Lake Antioch, Illinois Phone 720 XXXX MARTIN'S Radio - Television Phone Lake Villa 6- 1371 Lake Villa, Illinois XXXX ROYAL BLUE STORE Loon Lake Bill Kumst Phone Antioch 727 XXXX Compliments of A 81 P STORE Antioch, Illinois , HUCKER'S SALES 8: SERVICE Lake Villa, Illinois Phone Lake Villa 6-3431 Compliments MILLER'S LAUNDROMAT Route 59 - 173 Antioch, Illinois Phone 808 Compliments of C. L. WERTZ Well Drilling Antioch, Illinois Phone 40 3-J C ompliments of OSMOND'S SERVICE STATION Route 173 8: 59 Antioch, Illinois WEBB'S BOAT SERVICE REEVES Walgreen DRUGS Agency Route 173 at Channel Lake "The Finest Drug Store in the Lake Region" Antioch, Illinois Antioch, Illinois Antioch 6 Best of Luck to the ART'S PAINT STORE Paint, Wallpaper and Supplies Class of 1954 JOHN L. DUPRE 406 Lake Street In Post Office Bldg. Phone Antioch 320 Antioch, Illinois KEULMAN'S JEWELRY STORE Diamonds - Watches - Silverware R. C. A. Radios 8: Television Antioch, Illinois Phone 26 E, ELMER BROOK Real Estate - Insurance Phone Antioch 460 915 Main Street Antioch, Illinois NELSON'S REAL ESTATE "Insurance In All Its Branches" Real Estate Investments BEAGER SERVICE STATION 24 Hours Wrecking Service Z3 881 M ' St t , , Phone Antioch, Illinjils ree Llght Aut'11Rega1fing , , , , . exaco ro uc s Spec1al1?111nIg1O1ir2Farm ancivlgjtlccenlgiigloperties 970 Main Street Phone 737 1 FROSTEE SNO COMPANY Window Displays Holiday Decorations Phone Antioch 491 Compliments of PICKARD, INC. Phone Antioch 38 Antioch, Illinois "THE PARK LUNCH" Where good friends meet. Lake Villa, Illinois LAKE VILLA PHARMACY D. E. Summers, RPH. Lake Villa, Illinois Phone Lake Villa 6-3351 Having a heavy date? See the KLASS MEN'S STORE for tuxedo rental. Headquarters for School Jackets, Sweaters at Emblems Phone Antioch 873 CHASE'S CHANNEL LAKE "Tanking Service" Fuel Oils Gas Antioch, Illinois Phone 154-Rl PAUL R. AVERY Plumbing, Heating, and Electrical Work Lake Villa, Illinois Antioch Lake Villa Phone 414 6-2261 For A Loose and Natural Permanent Wave And A Well Trimmed Head Why Leave Antioch? Call Us-Antioch 691 MORTENSEN HOTEL House Of Beauty MERRY - GO - ROUND BAKERY :rd ,WAFS K. 'A 3 513? Personalized Party Cakes Complete B ake ry Se rvice Antioch, Illinois Phone 792 LITTLE GIFT SHOP Beautiful table centerpieces Greeting cards 8: wrappings. Complete line of baliy gifts. Gifts for any occassion. SMART'S COUNTRY HOUSE The finest in foods. On Route 173 West of Antioch, Illinois Telephone Antioch 602 ROBLIN'S HARDWARE Paints - Glass - Fishing Tackle Hobbycraft 392 Lake Street Antioch, Illinois Phone Antioch 229 . GORSKI BROS. WELL DRILLING Grass Lake Antioch, Illinois Antioch 623 M JOHNSON'S RESORT Deep Lake Lake Villa, Illinois Mari Anne's Women's Children's Apparel Gifts Antiques Antioch, Illinois REINEBACH'S Dry Goods and Barber Shop Phone Lake Villa 6-2511 LAKE VILLA LUMBER 8: COAL CO Lake Villa, Illinois Phone Lake Villa 6-2431 Phone 686-M-1 Upholstering H. W. WILSON Manufacturer of Fine Furniture Antioch, Illinois Slip Covers Drapes D 8: A PIZZERIA 1 Mile West of Rt. 59, on Rt. 173 Antioch, Illinois Pk P54 Compliments ELMER M. WOLFF Sand Lake Lake Villa, Illinois 'G Hifi! SCULLY AUTO SALES "The Best Used Cars" Antio ch, Illinois P3211 Compliments PERRY AUTO PARTS Grand Avenue Lake Villa, Illinois LAKES COMPANY Floor 81 Wall Coverings Distinction, Service 8: Beauty Phone 6 O 7 Antio ch , Illinoi s 21014 ANTIOCH AUTO BODY SHOP Painting-Glass-Radiators-Wrecks Rebuilt Phone 875 Antioch, Illinois 9.196 CHANNEL LAKE GARAGE Leonard C. 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