Antioch Community High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Antioch, IL)
- Class of 1957
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The hall monitors, under the supervision of Miss Board, were
stationed at various posts throughout the building for the purpose
of maintaining order in the halls. Their duties included checking
and recording hall passes, keeping the halls neat, greeting and
escorting visitors, and delivering messages, The students gave
their study hall time for the privilege of assuming these duties.
The Christmas Concert, a joint presentation of the
band and chorus, consisted of a blend of Christmas music
in both sacred and popular vein. A special feature of
this year 's program, in addition to selections by various
small vocal and instrumental ensembles, was the singing
of the "Hallelulah Chorus, " in which adults from the
A new class this year at A,T,H.S, was Drivers' Education.
Modern dance a new program introduced into the girls phy This class, backed by Chicago Motor Club and State Farm Mutual
sical education classes by Mrs Baird and Miss Mainz a student Insurance, made use of a car donated by Driji Agency in Antioch.
teacher was a great success The girls make up their own dances The purpose of this course was to give students the basic funda-
entals of driving as well as actual behind the-wheel-training.
with tnaclitiona at 14.'1H.S.
"Dress right--you can't afford not to", With this slogan Antioch
became a leader in a new "Dress Right Program".
Newspaper and magazine articles, letters of congratulation
and much favorable comment greeted the inauguration of this
The program banned certain types of dress and hair cuts, The
effect upon the appearance of the student body was amazing.
We are proud to have been one of the first schools to give good
grooming its rightful importance.
During the twenty-minute activity period every Wed-
nesday various clubs held meetings. Those students having
no meeting that week participated in social dancing in
the girls' gym for juniors and seniors and in the boys'
cum fnr freshman and SODi'lO1'l'lO1'CS.
v in championship this year giving Antioch s underclassmen tour
The soda-bar. HH adflifiell I0 the Cafeteria ifl late February, provide relaxation and entertainment for the student body Boys
met with great success with both the students and faculty. Milk- from the Council served as the disc jockeys on the inter com
shakes, malts and sundaes were sold at nominal prices. system
June 3, 1957, marked the end of the teaching career of Miss
Thersa Wehr, who has taught English and Latin at Antioch High
for the past eleven years.
Miss Wehr, who will be remembered by her former students
and associates for her keen wit and scholarly vocabulary, has a
commendable record of teaching at the high schools in Alberqueque
New Mexico, and Dayton, Ohio, as well as that of serving as
critic teacher of Latin at Indiana State Teachers' College at Terre
Haute, Indiana, her hometown. She received her Bachelor of Arts
Degree from Indiana State Teacher 's College and her Master's
Degree in Latin from Columbia University in New York.
Her future plans could not be disclosed at the time of this
book went to press, but she surely will be able to devote more
time in the future to her leisure-time activities of reading,
sewing, and preparing an occasional gourmet's delicacy.
Miss Thersa Wehr
Roger Lang, a member of this
year 's junior class, died Feb. 19,
1957, as the result of an auto acci-
dent, Roger, who had gone out for
football all three years, held half-
back position on the varsity squad ,
this year, and he was playing guard
on the varsity squad at the time of
his passing. He had also been a
member of the junior class play
and was serving as a junior class
representative on the Student
The absence of this active
and popular student has been
Louis, although enrolled at
Antioch only from October 19,
1955, until his fatal auto crash We N'
during a fog on March 29, 1956,
had won the respect and friend- f X, L
ship of many of his associates.
Grayslake High School, had not
had much time to partcipate in
many of the activities in school,
but he had shown himself to be a
good student and a gentleman,
Louis, who transferred from Z
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Mr. Albert Dittman, principal of Antioch
ll High, has served as administrator to the board
and school tor the past tive years. Mr. Scott, a
farmer east of town, has served fourteen years,
six of them as president. Mr. Biel, secretary to
the board, is a public accountant who lives at
Channel Lake. This is Mr. Biel's sixth year with
A the group. Dr. Carlucci, an Antioch dentist,
ioined the board this year. Mr. Hamlin, an
electrician from Lake Villa, is serving his fifth
year. Mrs. Seyfarth, an Antioch housewife with
two ot her three children in school this year, is
another newcomer to the group. Mr. Vos has
been a board member for four years. He lives
in Antioch and is associated with the local
lumber yard. Mr. Wilson, who is sewing his
second year for the school, is an upholsterer
from west of Antioch.
Dr. Richard Carlucci
Mrs, Ruth Seyfarth Mr. Roman Vos
Mr. Lester Hamlin
Mr. Harold Wilson
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Mr, Dittman and Mr. Edwards
Two familiar faces
seen around the halls of
Antioch High are those
of our principal, Mr.
Albert Dittman, and our
assistant principal, Mr.
Elmo Edwards. This is
Mr. Dittman's fifth year
here and Mr. Edwards'
eighteenth. They spend
a lot of time working on
the growth and develop-
ment of the school as
well as encouraging the
students and faculty.
'.Theue'a plentq of wonle bon the o'btiC2 Sfatb
These workers who
keep our school 's records
do everything from issu-
ing detention slips to
making lunch loans. The
staff are Mrs. Margaret
Moorman, who has been
the principal's secretary
for six years, Mrs. Edna
Radke, who has given
five years of friendly
service to Antioch High,
and Mrs. Gladys Clarke,
who ioined the staff' just
Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Radko, Mrs. Moorman
With teaching, English and girls' physical
education Mrs. Karen Baird still found
time to sponsor the Pep Club and G. A.A.
Sponsoring the yearbook staffand serving as
dean of girls and chairman of the language
arts department were the responsibilities of
Miss Carol Bean, who also taught Spanish.
Being freshman class sponsor and hall
monitor sponsor filled the time of a new
English teacher, Miss Patricia Board.
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Mr. William Baird, a new social
studies teacher, coached sophomore
football and assisted with the Student
A new teacher this year, Miss Kathleen
Barkman, taught home economics
along with sponsoring the F, H,A, and
supervising the lunch menus,
Teaching music was the job of Mr, Louis
Chenette, who also sponsored the Pep
Band, Modern Music Masters, Prep Band,
and the Radio Club,
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Mr, Donald Cramer, who taught
mathematics, was the chairman
sponsor of the sophomore class and
the head of the mathematics department
Miss Nancy Denby, a new member of
the faculty, filled her time teaching
English and mathematics and sponsor-
ing the National Honor Society,
Miss Josephine Diethelm. One Of Our new were to teach girls physical education and dean of boys scrence department chairman
mathematics teachers, sponsored the to sponsor the G A A and the cheerleading textbook supervisor and transportation
Junior Red Cross and the sophomore class squads supervisor occupied Mr Elmo Edwards
Mr Stuart Good, one of our industrial arts A new teacher this year was Mr John The junior and senior class plays were
teachers, coached freshman basketball and Hardisty who taught scienceand sponsored directed by our speech and English teacher,
as Junior class chairman sponsor helped the Junior class Miss Pauicia Howard.
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Our guidance coordinator, business
education department chairman and
director of athletics was Mr, Warren Polley
who also coached sophomore basketball and
taught business education,
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Mr. Elroy Robinson, one of the science Freshman-sophomore basketball coach and
teachers, was the junior class sponsor in audio-visual aids coordinator this year was
charge of concessions and also sponsor of
the Science Club.
Mr. William Seemann, a new science and
physical education instructor.
nam, achool actiuitiea
An instructor of industrial arts, Mr. Melvin
Stillson, served as chairman of that depart-
ment and was also chairman sponsor of the
This was the first year at Antioch High for
Mr. Kenneth Smouse, who besides direct-
ing vocal music and sponsoring the senior
class, taught English,
As well as teaching social studies, Mrs.
Jeannette Tulumello devoted her time to
being Student Council chairman sponsor
and chairman of the social studies depart-
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The sponsor of our newspaper, Miss Esther
Slavin, taught business education,
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Miss Thersa Wehr, our English and Latin
instructor, also had duties as sponsor of the
senior class and the Latin Club.
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Bumpy or icy roads are a head-
ache for all drivers, but these
fellows cover their routes at least
twice a day so students can get to
Mr. Jannusch, Mr. Larson, Mr. Olsen, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Sershon.
Preparing enough food for
several hundred hungry students
each noon is a momentous task for
any group, but our cooks are
always ready on time with a hot
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FIRST ROW: MI. Andersen, Mr, Larson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sershon, Mr. I21Ul1USCh, Mr. Olsen.
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Always ready to lend a helping
hand, our five custodians each day
find many duties to keep them busy
in order to maintain the building
in good condition.
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Mr. Stillson, Mr. Smouse, and Miss Wehr.
Student Council 4, "A" Club 3,4, Football 1, 2,3, Class
President 4, Class Play 3,4,
Student Council 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Latin
Club 2, 4, Science Club 4, "A " Club 3, 4, President 4,
Football 1, 2, 3,4, Track 1, 2,4, Baseball 3, Class Treas-
urer 2, Vice-President 4,
ROSA ELENA MENA
Transferred from Mexico City, Mexico, 1955, Student
Council 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Sequoia Staff 2,
3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Pep Club 3, 4, F,l-l,A, 2, G,A,A, 4,
Girls' State 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Secretary 4, Class
Secretary 3,4, Tom-Torn Staff 2,-4, Latin Club 3,4,
Sequoia Staff 3,4, Tom-Tom Staff 3,4, Circulation Man-
ager 4, Pep Club 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Class Treasurer 4.
The seniors banded together for their
final activities before graduation by enioying
their class trip, destination unknown at press
time, and their play, "Mr. Barry's Etchings,"
presented on April 5 and 6.
Early in the year they won first prize
in the Homecoming parade with their float
entitled "Tonight You Belong To Me,"
depicting a chained football. The Christ-
mas formal, one of their major proiects
of the year, was a success because of the
beautiful decorations and large number
Delegates elected by their classmates
to serve on the Student Council were
Janice Kiehl, Judy Horton, and Jack
Wlaq 3l ia qnaduation da
Sequoia Staff 3, Girls' Glee Club l,2,
Transferred from Salem, Wisconsin, 1954, Student Coun-
Gil 4: National Honor Society 4, Sequoia Staff 3, Latin
Club 1' 2- 3. 4: Pep Club 3, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4,
President 4: Football 2, Band 2, 3,4, Librarian 3,4, A
Cappella Choir 3, 4, Librarian 3, President 4, Class Play 4.
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Basketball 1, Baseball 2, 3.
Tom-Tom Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Girls' Glee
Club 2, A Cappella Choir 3, Modern Music Masters 3, 4.
Student Council 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 2,
"A" Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, Track
g 1, Baseball 1,2,3,4, A Cappella Choir 1,
"A" Club 3,4, Treasurer 4, Football 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4,
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Sequoia Staff,
Business Manager 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, "A"
Club 4, Basketball 2,3, 4, Boys' State 3, Band 1,2,3,4,
President 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2,
Vice President 4, Class Vice President 1, President 2,
Class Plays 3,4,
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Sequoia Staff 3, 4, Tom-Tom Staff 4.
"A" Club 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club 3,4, Track 4, Baseball 2, Band l,2,3,4, Lib-
rarian 2, 3, Vice President 4, Class Plays 3,4.
Transferred from Wa ukegan, Illinois, 1954, Library Club
4, Sequoia Staff 3,4, Tom-Tom Staff 3,4, Pep Club 3,
Modern Music Masters 4, F,H, A, 3, A Cappella 3,4, Class
MARY KAY BREHEN
A Cappella Choir 3, Transferred from Chicago, Illinois,
Sequoia Staff 3,4, Girls' Glee Club 1.
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Student Council 4, Sequoia Staff 4, Co-Editor 4, Latin
Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, G,A, A. 1,2,3, 4, Girls' Glee
Club 2, Class Play 3, National Honor Society 4,
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Student Council 4, Football 13 Track 2, Class Plays 3,4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Sequoia
Staff 4: Tom-Torn Staff 4, Latin Club 2,3, Secretary 3,
Pep Club 3: G,A,A, 3,4,
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Student Council 35 Sequoia staff 4g Tom-Tom Staff 1, 2,
3,4g F,H,A, 1,2,3, President 3, G,A,A, 1,2,3,4, A11-
Stars 4g Girls' Glee Club 1, 2g Class Play 3.
Football 1, Basketball Manager 2, Baseball 2, Manager
lg A Cappella Choir 1,
National Honor Society 4g Modern Music Masters 3, 4, G,
A.A, lg Cheerleader 1,2g Madrigal Group 35 A Cappella
Choir l, 2, 3,4, Librarian 4, Class Play 4.
Latin Club 43 Basketball 4, Transferred from Waukega n,
Football lg Basketball 2, 3,4g Baseball 1,
Coin Club 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2,3g Basketball 1, 21 Track
1,2g Baud 1,
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Sequoia Staff 3,45 Tom-Tom Staff lg Pep Club 3g F.l-I.
A, 1gG,A,A, 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 3,45 Class Play 3.
Pep Club 83 Girls' Glee Club 1,25 A Cappella Choir 3.
G,A,A, 1,23 A Cappella Choir 1,29 Class Play 4.
Track 49 Band 4, A Cappella Choir 3,4.
Library Club lg Sequoia Staff 3g Modern Music Masters 2,
3,4g Band l,2,3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3,4g Class Plays 3,4.
Student Council 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club
4, F. H, A, 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3, G, A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-President 4, All-Stars 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Girls'
Glee Club l,2, Class Plays 3,4,
Tom-Tom staff 2,3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 1, G.A.A.
1,2,3,4, Girls' Glee Club 1, Class Plays 3,4. V I'
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Student Council 3,4, President 4, Latin Club 1, "A" Club
2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2,
Class Vice-President 2, President 3,
Student Council 3, Tom-Tom Staff 4, Latin Club 2, Sec-
retary 2, Pep Club 1, Modern Music Masters 2,3, 4, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 3, 4,
Student Council 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Foot-
ball l,2, Basketball 3,4, Band 3, A Cappella Choir 3,
Class Vice-President 3,
Sequoia Staff 3,4, Tom-Torn Staff 4, G,A,A, 1, Band 1,
Student Council 4, Sequoia Staff 3,4, Tom-Tom 1,2, F.
H,A, 1,2,3, Degree Chairman 2, G,A,A, l,2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 3, Girls' Glee Club l,2,
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Football 1,25 Baseball l,2,
Srudent Council 3,4, Treasurer 4, Football 1, 2,3,
SUSAN KO PAC H
Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, 1955, Tom-Tom
Staff 3, 4, News-Editor 4g Latin Club 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4,
Secretary 35 G,A, A, 3, 4,
Sequoia Staff 3g Tom-Tom Staff 1,2, F,H.A, 1,2, Trea-
surer Qg G.A. A. 1,2, 3,4, All-SIMS 4.
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Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, 19545 Baseball 2, 3, E
Baud Q, 3, 4, 4 4 '
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JAMES LYSTLUND bf-
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LarinC1ubl,2,3,4g "A"C1ub 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1, 'Q xx or ,
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Student Council 2, 4, Secretary 45 National Honor
Society 45 Sequoia Staff 2,3, 45 Tom-Tom Staff 25 Latin
Club 25 Modern Music Masters 25 F, H, A, 1, 25 G,A,A,
1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, President 25 All-Stars 3,
Coin Club 25 Library Club 1, 2,3, 45 Latin Club 15 Science
Club 45 Radio Club 45 Track 4,
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G,A, A, 15 Cheerleader 1, 2, 45 Band 25 Girls' Glee Club
15 A Cappella 25 Class Secretary 1,
Football 25 Basketball 1, 2: BSSGFD-21112: Balld 1.2. 3,41 A
Cappella 45 Class Play 4.
Sequoia Staff 1,2,8,45 Tom-Tom Staff 1,25 Modern
Music Masters 2,3,4, G,A, A, 1,2, 3,45 Girls' Giee Club
"A" Club 3,45 Football 3, 45 Basketball 2,3, 45 Baseball
2, 3,45 Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, 1954,
Sequoia Staff 45 Torn-Tom Staff 3,45 Pep Club 35 Girls'
Glee Club 25 A Cappella 1, 3,
G ERA LD RISCH
Student Council 2, Sequoia Staff 3,4, Latin Club 1, Pep
Club 1, 2,3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2,3,4g G,A, A, 1,
2, 3, 4, All-Stars 4, Cheerleader 1, 2,3,4g Madrigal Group
3, Band 1, 2,35 A Cappella 1,23 Tom-Tom Staff 2,3,
MARY LOU SEYFARTI-I
Student Council 1, Sequoia Staff 1, 2, Tom-Tom Staff
1, 2, Pep Club 3, G,A,A, 1, 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President
4, Girls' Glee Club 25 A Cappella 1, Class Secretary 2,
Class Plays 3, 4, All-Stars 3,4,
Transferred from Lee's Summit, Missouri, 1955, Tom-
Tom Staff 4, Pep Club 8,43 F, I-l,A, 3, G,A, A, 3,41
"A" Club 3.4: F0Otba1l l,2,3,4g Basketball 2, Track 1,
Transferred from Phelps, Wisconsin, 1955, Science Club
4, Vice President 4, National Honor Society 4,
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BHHCl 1: A Cappella 3,45 Track lg Radio Club 3.
Sequoia Staff 4g Latin Club 2, G,A,A, l,2,3g Girls' Glee
anq achool actiuitiea
Coin Club 1,25 Library Club 2,3,4,
Sequoia Staff l,2,3,4g G,A,A, 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 3,
43 Band 3, Class Play 3,
DAVID VA LKENAAR
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' Tom-Tom Staff 2, Basketball 1, 2,3g Track 2, Baseball
lg Class Plays 3, 4,
RAYMOND VAN PATTEN
ball lg Track l,2,
Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, 1956, Basketball
4, Track 3,4,
Science Club 4, "A" Club 45 Football 1,2,3, 41 Basket-
National Honor Society 4g Football 1
American Government, one of the
state requirements for graduation, fille
one semester of all seniors' last year.
The course covered the complete con-
struction of the national, state, and
local governments with the purpose of
acquainting future voting citizens with
the "why" and "how" of government
S2l1iO7l5. leave with puecioua mementoa
Football 1 Track 1
"5 Could Have Danced All Yliqht
Mr. Robinson, Advisor, P. Zeien, Treasurerg C, Arndt, Secretaryg
A, Hanke, Vice-Presidentg F. Ferdon, Presidentg Mr. Harclisty,
The junior class was kept busy this year
raising money for the prom. Some ofthe main
projects were the class play, "The Night of
January the l6th," selling Homecoming pins,
and running the candy store.
In the Homecoming parade the juniors
entered a Float, consisting of a huge Tide 1
box with the words, "We"II Turn The Tide." 1
Toni Thomas, escorted by Terry Horton,
was the junior class Homecoming attendant.
Class rings were chosen in November and
were received in February.
The Student Council representatives
were Roger Lang, Rose Ellen Furlan, Dave 1
Mitchell, and Tom Scunhamel.
FIRST ROW: I. Cary, B. Alshouse, N. Bailitz, D, Deppe, M. Cardiff. SECOND ROW: K, Applebey, J. Denton, D, Bell,
W, Carney. THIRD ROW: J. Burton, S. Barnstable, D, Beattie, I. Bentel, C, Arndt, FOURTH ROW: L. Dewar, R, Abendroth,
J, Dittmer, J. Berke, I. Armstrong, R. Bm-da.
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FIRST ROW: D. Domek, R. Furlan, E. Frazier, M, Forbrich, C. Ellison. SECOND ROW: F. Faust, P, Dressel,
F, Ferdon. THIRD ROW: W. Drury, J. Eppers, D. Gibbs. I. Elfering. FOURTH ROW: R. Gelden, R. Gable,
W. Hart, A. Hanke, R. Hartman, F. Fabry,
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FIRST ROW: A. Hribar. P. Jesse. D. JHCTI. I. Lewis, I. Homan. SECOND ROW: K. Hellstern, G. Lystlund,
R. James.THIRD ROW: C. Koziol, R. Lang. FOURTH ROW: R. Kopecky, L. Kempf, T. Horton, W. Herbst
C. Hucker, R. Jonas.
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FIRST ROW: K. Rentner, I, Pyle, S. Ott, C. Marotta. SECOND ROW: G. Royer, S. Petersen, C. Mc Glynn
M. Rudolph, A. Pleviak. THIRD ROW: T. Sanhamel, NI Palenski, T. Portalski, D, Maier, G. Nowicki.
FOURTH ROW: N. Outinen, R, Poulsen, D. Mitchell, M. Quilty, R. Rockow. E, Meyer.
Ul'I.i0'7l9. opeuate the candq atone
FIRST ROW: N. Wetterberg, I. Zelibor, W. Schlunz, P. Zeien. SECOND ROW: E. Wohlfeil, A. Stanton, L,
Zaccard, G. Thomas, M. Smith. THIRD ROW: C. Kopecky, L. Wohlfeil, S. Nebel, P, Houdeschell, E.
Storch. FOURTH ROW: J, Sheehan, G. Volling, D. Smith, L. Schlunz, D. Stone. FIFTH ROW: R. Weaver,
R. Schaeffer, K. Torkelson, R. Wertz, P. Zalatoris, F. Sebesta.
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Mr Cramer Advisor I Orlschlager, President, C, McNeil, Secretary,
J Kersler Treasurer NIlSSDi6lZh6l1T1, Advisor.
A float in the Homecoming parade was
the sophomores' main project this year.
Their attendant for the Homecoming dance
was Sandy Mayer, escorted by Dick Behrens
Chosen to represent the sophomore class in
the Student Council were Sandy Barnstable,
Jim Tully, and Margie Ptasienski.
FIRST ROW V Brehl I Crlbb, R, Anderson, I. Barski, S. Barnstable. SECOND ROW: K, Burke, E. Christensen,
A Benson S Aschenbrenner D. Caddy. THIRD ROW: D. Christensen, C, Davis, R, Behrens, B, Cain, R.
Carlson FOURTH ROW R Cote, P. Case, A. Cheterbok, A. Angeloff, A, Bromstad, D, Beaulieu.
FIRST ROW: J. Gaston, M. Geist, S. January, B. Freund, S. Jenkins, J. Griffin. SECOND ROW: J. Heidner,
P, Duffy, L. Hollocker, C. Farmen, C. Kamen, C. Horton, D. Gray. THIRD ROW: D.KHogan, J. Gelden,
J, Hogan, W. Jarvis, J. Hucker, W, Dressel, J. Dupre, FOURTH ROW: H. Hattendorf, D. Dewar, T, Eckert,
L, Gallagher, D. Horton, D. Hay, D. Freels.
bien qame dance
FIRST ROW: C. McNeil, C. Miller, M. Kuzmickas, D. Mantis, J. Maleck, J, Keisler. SECOND ROW: B.
Krakowski, E. Kibling, K. Keulman, C. Keulman, C. Lupa, S. Mayer. THIRD ROW: F. Mann, G, Kaub,
T. Kubina, A. Milowski, F. Manning, P. Macafee. FOURTH ROW: K. Mazzuca, V. Nauseda, A, Moorman,
T. Milowski, P. Magiera, R. Mack, R. Metz.
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FIRST ROW: J. Putnam, M, Nowicki, R, Northern, M. Ptasienski, S. Pickus, M. Pullen. SECOND ROW: C.
Ruhl, D. Nettles, G. Provencal, K. Saylor, L, Osmond, J, Scharrer, G. Russell. THIRD ROW: G. Rudolph,
D. Runyard, J. Sanders, A, Rozek, I. Reiff, G. Moore. FOURTH ROW: I. Portalski, C, Phillips, T. Schissler,
J. Oilschlager, J. Quinn, T, Ring, J. Proesel.
SOI2hOWl0fl2Q loae their: ahqneaa
FIRST ROW: A, Weedner, K. Van Patten, B. Tallman, M. Waigand, U. Stovall, B. Yates. SECOND ROW:
K. Sershon, L, Wagner, C. Stoffel, D. Winstead, C. Schley, B. Simmermon. THIRD ROW: W. Yanca, R.
Schlarbaum, R. White, J. Zeien, W, Seifert, P, Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: R. Van Patten, A, Wollpert, J,
Tully, R. Teml, D. Sheehan, F. Stahmer, A. Wertz,
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Chiappetta, Advisor: T. Good, Treasurer: S. Duha,
President: J. Hughes, Secretary: Miss Board, Advisor, ABSENT FROM
PICTURE: R. Gudgeon, Vice-President,
The freshman class, made up of over 250
students, held a "get-acquainted" dance in
early October, planned and prepared the bon-
fire celebration on Homecoming Eve, and took
charge of the coat room at several of the basket-
Under the supervision of Mr. Chiappetta
and Miss Board, the class sponsors, they built a
Homecoming float, and in early March several
students from the class participated in a variety
show presented for the student body. A few
choice acts from this show performed for the
public later in the year. 1
Representing the freshmen in Student Council
were Sue Romer, Phil Mitchell, and ElmerEberman. i
FIRST ROW: 1. Blank, P, Andersen, J. Blumenschein, S. Bauer, D, Berkholtz, SECOND ROW: M. Anderson,
S, Adler, S, Berke, I. Adamowski, P. Bartik. THIRD ROW: B, Borchardt, K, Alshouse, J. Alshouse, D,
Beattie, M. Adler. FOURTH ROW: J, Apostolou, A, Berritter, R, Anderson, G, Anzinger, W. Beller, N. Bown.
FIRST ROW: M. Corris, B. Curwood, P. Derig, N. Canter, L. Coggins. SECOND ROW: D. Dowling, S. Davis,
S. Dittman, N. Brown, P. Byrne, B. Carney. THIRD ROW: K, Cooney, P. Dorner, P. Callahan, N. Brockway,
T. Dewar. FOURTH ROW: W. Cremin, G. Dahlman, T. Burda, S. Davis, W. Dowell, E. Curtis.
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FIRST ROW: A. Franks. J. Fera, T. Good, I. Fath, S, Gibbs. SECOND ROW: G. Frasier, B. Fleider, V.
Gruidl, F. Funderburk, B. Gutowski, THIRD ROW: R, Geske, R. Gudgeon, S, Duha, I. Gerber, V. Filip,
FOURTH ROW: J, Gomaz, D. Drosen, E. Eberman, T. Golden, I. Ehrhardt, M. Gorman.
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FIRST ROW: L. Kapell, K, Horton, H. Herman, K. Hermanek, M. Jasien. SECOND ROW: I. Hughes, S.
Houdeshell, V, Kandl, C. Irvin, K. Jaszkowski. THIRD ROW: T. Hironimus, D. Kaminski, K. Heath, D.
Kammer, R. Hansen. FOURTH ROW: C. Hansen, E. Homan, B. Ierde, O. Johnson, E. Heath. J. Hehn.
FIRST ROW: C. Lassen, M, Lehmann, W. Lense, A. Maier, L. Mani. SECOND ROW: C. Kulin, S. Kubs, C.
Larsen, K, Kufalk, R, Kufalk. THIRD ROW: S. Latta, L. Loecher, W, Ludford, G. Mantis, I. Keegan, I.
xLaRusso, FOURTH ROW: J. Knigge, R. Lasco, F. Lindner, R. Martin, M, LaBrose, B. LaBrose.
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FIRST ROW: J, Masek, N. Nemek, L. Pavel, P. Milowski. SECOND ROW: D. Medley, M, Midgley, D. Meierdirk,
C. Olsen, E. Ozga, L. Pitts. THIRD ROW: W. Nerud, S. Nielsen, M. Mortensen, M. Murrie, P. Mitchell,
W, Merryman, FOURTH ROW: C, Oberg, M. Nelson, C. Pille, I. Peaslee, D. Moorman, R. McCarthy,
FIRST ROW: S. Schroeder, N. Scott, C. Rudolph, E. Schley. SECOND ROW: B. Poulsen. I. Rentner, M.
Ring, S. Romer, D. Rybacki. THIRD ROW: R. Prange, D. Powell, D, Pyles, W, Robis, W. Rosquist. FOURTH
ROW: A. Root, R. Schaefer, J. Proesel, L. Porter, T. Ptack, J. Porter, R. Riihimaki.
FIRST ROW: C, Smith, N. Srch, J. Smith, J. Sobey, M. Smith.,SECOND ROW: I. Sherwood, P, Storch, J
Seekatz, K, Shephard, D. Stratton. THIRD ROW: K. Stepien, G. Sturm, E. Shimkus, G. Siedschlag, G.
Stollenwerk. FOURTH ROW: A, Stowe, W. Srarman, D. Sinclair, D. Seyfarth, M. Stankus, D. Slazes.
gfledhhlen bfzeak ennollment ueconda
FIRST ROW: P. Wallace, K. Tallman, M, Sullivan, P. Zaccard, L, Veesenmeyer. SECOND ROW: R. Wolf,
J. Wade, B, Young, C. Westberg, D, Wiegel. THIRD ROW: C. Thiele, L, Zerr, J. Wells, J. Weldin, D.
West, D. Tomasian. FOURTH ROW: J. Wolters, G. Williamson, D. Wiegel, M. Wolff, E. Valek, R. Thayer,
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The Student Council acts as the "connecting
link" between the student body and the faculty,
bringing the views and attitudes of the students tc
present and solve the problems in the school.
Each class sends to the council its president
and three elected representatives. Other mem-
bership is composed of the presidents of state
affiliated clubs, the girls and boys' state repre-
sentatives, and the executive board, consisting
of the council president, vice-president, sec-
retary, and treasurer who are elected by the
Some of the accomplishments of this year's
council are: the setting up ofa "Code of Con-
duct," backing the "Good Grooming Plan,"
scheduling some of the social events such as
Homecoming festivities, Thanksgiving and
Christmas assemblies, and earning funds to
G. Huml, President, Mrs. Tulumello, Advisor, L. Bolton, Sponsor professional assemblies
Vice-President: J. Mair, Secretaryg Mr. Baird, Advisor, '
F. Libert, Treasurer.
Sfbldelflf COUYICU wonka bon impnouementa
FIRST ROW: F, Dormer, F, Libert, L, Bolton, G, l-Iuml, Mrs, Tulumello, J, Mair, F, Ferdon, SECOND ROW: P, Zeien, R, Furlan,
R, Mena, J, Burton,.S, Romer, M, Bushing, M, Ptasieuski, J, Horton, S, Barnstable, THIRD ROW: R, Lang, J, Tully, P,
Mitchell, D, Mitchell, R, Teml, J, Oilschlager, D, Pyle, E, Eberman, R, Srch, F, Albert,
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The Library Club, under the dir-
ection of Mr. Chiappetta, was a group
of students interested in learning the
functions of a library, Among the many
jobs performed by them were checking
out books and magazines, returning
books to the shelves in their proper
places, arranging displays, typing in-
dex cards, and maintaining order among
the students. Some of the librarians
were experienced enough to help students
find research material on any subject,
An aim of the organization was to
help the members develop an apprecia-
tion for the library arts through their
constant association with books,
FIRST ROW: P, Dahm, M. Ptasienski, J, Sheehan,
Mr. Chiappetta, SECOND ROW: J.Keisler, K. Van
Patten, N, Bailitz, S. Barnstable. THIRD ROW: R.
Sturm, H. Miller, W. Dressel,
Jnboumation inapinea intellect
Eleven outstanding members of the senior class and five from the junior class were honored with election by the faculty into the
National Honor Society, an organization designed to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate the desire to render services, to
promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character,
national -Horton Societq
FIRST ROW: R. Zeien, T, Sanhamel, J. Filiatreault, F. Albert, I. Mair, SECOND ROW: P, Zeien, R. Mena, D. Mitchell, I. Horton,
Miss Denby, R, Riihimaki, M. Bushing, R, Srch, J. Burton.
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I Maleck, Secretaryg J. Proesel, Sergeant-at-Arms, M, Ptasienski, Treasurer,
Miss Wehr, Advisor, R, Teml, President.
The Latin Club was formed for the
purpose of becoming better acquainted
with the life of the Roman people. This
was accomplished by the schedule of
activities featuring slides of Roman life,
a Saturnalia llloman Christmasl, and
field trips. The meetings were social as
well as educational with parties, picnics,
and the biggest event ofthe year, a ban-
quet held in the spring. Any student of
Latin was eligible to join the group.
Lafilfl linka pant to pneaent
FIRST ROW: N, Scott, R, Mena, B
S, January, T, Good, S, Dittman,
Kuzmickas, S, Duha, W, Cremin,
McGlynn, C, Marotta, J, Hughes,
Teml, D, Sheehan, F, Mann, J. Lystlund, G, Royer,
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, Carney, B, Alshouse, S, Berke, C, 1-Iuhl, SECOND ROW: N, Srch, K, I-Iermanek, K, Horton, J, Gaston
N, Brown, M, Ptasienski, THIRD ROW: C, Schley, S, Romer, P, Storch, J. Seekatz, I, Cribb, M
E, Shimkus, FOURTH ROW: P, Bartik, J, Maleck, D, Beattie, I, Parker, I, Proesel, A, Pleviak C
J, Rentner, FIFTH ROW: R, Srch, M, Mortensen, F, Ferdon, D, Hay, D, Jach, J, Oilschlager, R
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The Future Homemakers of America
composed of girls who studied home
economics, helped prepare the girls for
their future roles as homemakers. The
club also helped people overseas by
sending them gift boxes.
ln the Homecoming parade the F.H.A.
had a Float depicting the theme, "Stranded
in the Jungle." The girls also sponsored
a dance after a game and held several
In October they held a "Hobo Day" -
when all dressed in their ieans and plaid
shirts to "bum" for odd iobs to earn
money for the organization .
P, Jesse, Secretaryg A, Hribar, Treasurerg P, Zeien, Vice-Presidemg R, Furlan
Poims Chairman, Miss Barkman, Advisor: N. Werrerberg, P21f1iamCUI3fi8U: J.
'Jutufle -Homemalzena eniowuouo Dai,"
FIRST ROW: P, Zeien, N, Wetterberg, B, Alshouse, B, Curwood, M. Andersen, SECOND ROW: D. Berkholta, D. H31'mS, M. -TaSief1.gi
Austin, J, Keisler, THIRD ROW: S, Kubs, E, Wohlfeil, B. Krakowski, J. Burton, R. Fllflafl. J. Adamowskl. FOURTH ROW1C- MC Yun
A, Rozek, E, Homan, J. Sherwood, M, Smith, M, Forbrich, G, Thomas.
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Modern Music Masters is a national honorary society
designed to give recognition to outstanding scholarship
and musicianship. It is made up of approximately twenty
members, all sophomores, iuniors, and seniors with Frank
Albert as president and David Mitchell as vice-president
Formal initiations are held twice yearly, at the be-
ginning of each semester. The initiates have to fulfill
certain requirements such as performing a solo or writing
a research paper.
Selected representatives attended the organizational
meeting of the illinois Association of Modern Music
Masters held at Maine Township High School in Des
Plaines last March twenty-third.
THE BRASS SEXTET
ROW ONE: R. Hansen, J. Gaston, D. Moorman. ROW TWO:
M. Murrie, P. Mitchell, S. Nielsen.
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FIRST ROW K Applebey C HoJem P Palmer S Plckus I Wagner. SECOND ROW: N, Wetterberg, B, January D Domek S Angeloff
S Aschenbrenner P Dahm Mr Chenette THIRD ROW J Rogers, P, Jesse, F, Albert, B, Cain, D, Mitchell L Bolton . .
ine rep Llub, organized forthe
purpose of promoting school spirit by
encouraging cheering at games, is open
to any student who wishes to ioin. The
letters P.E.P. are awarded at the end ot
the year to students who have gained a
certain number of points either by attend-
ing games or by working on activities such
as dances, pom-poms, or dances and
parties. The money earned through these
activities is used to buy the awards at the
end of the year.
The theme of the float entered in the
Homecoming parade this year by the group
was "Arguys'll Shine Tonight," featuring
a large argyle sock. l
M, Cardiff, Treasurer: G, Volling, Vice-President: Mrs, Baird, Advisor
D, Domek, Secretary, K, Rentner, Assistant Chief Rooter: E, Frazier,
Chief Rooter, ABSENT FROM PICTURE: R, Wcrtz, President,
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FIRST ROW: J. Hughes, S, Gibbs, S, Ditnman, M, Forbrich, D, Gibbs, B, Krakowski, SECOND ROW: M, Shepard, K, Rentner, B, Poulsen
M, Jasien, K, Shephard, J, Maleck, E, Frazier, R, Furlan, THIRD ROW: Mrs, Baird, D, Domek, S, Barnstable, C, Westberg, R. Mena
M, Andersen, J, Keisler, S, Barnstable, M, Nowicki, L, Kapeil, L, Veesenmeyer, FOURTH ROW: L, Osmond, P, Milowski, N, Srch, P,
Bum, G, Frasier, B, Alshouse, J, Zelibor, S, Kopach, J, Horton, D, Mantis, FIFTH ROW: E, Kadlec, M, Quilty, P, Mitchell, G,
Volling, R, Wertz, M, Smith, C, Kopecky, B, Yates, B, Sershon, SIXTH ROW: P, Callahan, C, Marorta, B, Gutowski, C, Irwin, S,
Kubs, P, Dressel, J, Pyles, M, Cardiff, G, Thomas, D, Stratton, I, Adamowski, T, Sanharnel, SEVENTH ROW:S, Petersen, J, Rogers,
M, Miller, C, Keulman, C, McGlynn, J, Sheehan, A, Rozek, D, Meierdirk, J, Apostolou, N. Brockway, C, Kulin, K, Cooney,
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Students with a iournalistic bent
found expression in working for the Tom-
Tom, our school newspaper which was
ln addition to the usual iobs of writing,
typing, mimeographing, drawing illus-
trations, and distributing the copies, the
staff members printed and sold football
programs, sponsored after-game dances,
and took charge of the cloak room at
several basketball games.
P, Zeien, Editor-in-Chief, J. Burton, Art Editor, M, Forbrich, Feature Editor,
J. Tully, Sports Editor, S, Kopach, News Editor, Miss Slavin, Advisor,
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FIRST ROW: E, Frazier, K, Van Patten, J, Keisler, M, Waigand, P, Dahm, SECOND ROW: J. Maleck, S. Kopach, K. Rerltner, J. Zelibor.
P, Zeien, C, McNeil, M, Shepard, THIRD ROW: V, Biehl, E. Wohlfeil, J. Hostetler, J. Filiatreault, C, Frazier, E, Homan, J,
Burton W. Jarvis, FOURTH ROW: L, Osmond, M, Forbrich, S, Petersen, C, Amdt, M. Smith, P, Dressel, M, Cardiff, J, Pyles, FIFTH
ROW: L, Wohlfeil, G, Patelski, S, Keulman, A, Moorman, J, Tully, J, Dupre, A, Nering, A, Rozek, S, Bamstable,
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Planning and publishing this book
to picture all the students and record
many activities of the school were the
tasks of about thirty people who joined
the Sequoia Staff this year.
In addition to the editorial work
connected with the publication ofthe
book there were the duties of selling
subscriptions to the students and adver-
tising to the local businessmen.
S8qU0iCl Sfatb detenmmea who a who
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FIRST ROW: K. Van Patten. C. Bunkelman, P. Palmer R Furlan E Wohlfe1l J Mau SECOND ROW J K1ehl ER MiH3M Bugs? C
Pyles, L, Hansen, S, Romer, B, Krakowski, M. Cardiff THIRD ROW T Sanharnel P Z.a1ator1s R WerLzA JN 0516 I Fmalreault S
Frazier, A, Catardi, P, Dahm, FOURTH ROW: M, Sf1'11T.l'1 S Keulman M Stowe L Bolton G Volhng SI g
This was the second year for the Radio Club
whose purpose was to promote interest in radio,
tion. Last summer three of the members-Steve
Aschenbrenner, Wayne Starman, and Bryan
Cain-received their licenses to transmitp and
they have made contacts more than I, 000 miles
The present project of the group is to con-
struct a transmitter station to be permanently
situated at A.T. H.S.
H. Miller, A. Moormari, B. Cain, W. Starman, D. Beattie,
Science Clubli next atop-the moon
The formation of the Science Club this year provided activities to acquaint students with all branches of
science study. The members devoted their time to creating projects to increase their knowledge in any of the
scientific fields. Many made collections of bugs, rocks, or crystals or made scrapbooks or posters.
Mr. Seemann served as advisor with Richard Jonas as president, Richard Riihimaki as vice-president,
lone Cribb as secretary, and Russell Cote as treasurer.
FIRST ROW: A, Rozek, J. Keisler, C. Schley, J. Burton, V, Biehl, N, Wetterberg, C, Ruhi, M, Ptasienski, SECOND ROW: L, Hollocker,
D, Mantis, S, Pickus, B, Yates, C. McNeil, I. Maleck, M, Kuzmickas, S, January, THIRD ROW: R, Van Patten, C, Keulman, R,
Cote, V, Nauseda, B, Cain, J, Dupre, I, Cribb, A, Pieviak, Mr, Seemann, FOURTH ROW: R, Abendroth, R, Srch, F, Domer, R, Van
Patten, D, Hay, R, Riihimaki, H. Miller, R, Jonas.
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preferably ham radio and inter-ham communica-
Ihe purpose ofthe Girls' Athletic
Association was to create an interest in
sports. Twice a week after school the
girls participated in four separate sports-
baseball, basketball, volleyball, and
kickball . The teams played a series of
games in each sport.
The high point of the year was the
Mother and Daughter Banquet, held each
spring. The captain of all winning teams
was awarded an individual trophy, and
a special sportsmanship award was given
to the outstanding senior girl.
Upon graduating the four-year mem-
bers went for a camping trip, their final
M. Seyfarth, President, Mrs. Baird, Advisor, Miss Donovan, Advisor M
Cardiff, Secretary, E. Christensen, Treasurerg J. Horton, Vice-President
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FIRST ROW: L. Veesenmeyer, B, Alshouse, H, Herman, C. Smith, S. Davis, SECOND ROW: N, Nemec, C, Irvin, C, McNeil, J, Keisler
M, Andersen, J, Masek, J, Horton, THIRD ROW: M, Lehmann, I, Ehrhardt, S, Gibbs, N, Brockway, K, Cooney, J. Marr, C. KIOCPIIH
FOURTH ROW: E. Ozga, B, Gutowski, C, Frazier, L. Hansen, S. Barnstable, C, Hansen, E, Storch, S, Tegelman,
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FIRST ROW: T. Good, I, Cribb, C, Schley, P. Storch, N, Scott. SECOND ROW: S. Dittman, N. Brown, J. Renmer, S, Duha, Mrs. Baird,
THIRD ROW: K. Hermanek, S. Barnstable, K. Van Patten, I. Zelibor, S, Kopach. FOURTH ROW: R. Mena. I. Hughes, C, Marotta, I. '
Maleck, E. Christensen, C. Horton, L. Wohlfeil,
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'FIRST ROW: R. Furlan, K. Rentner, P, Zeien, E. Frazier, Miss Donovan, SECOND ROW: B, Krakowski, P. Dressel, I.
Hostetler, D, Gibbs, I. Burton, M. Forbrich. THIRD ROW: L. Osmond, M, Shepard, E. Homan, P, Palmer, E, Wohlfeil, M.
Cardiff, J. Pyles. I. Horton. FOURTH ROW: J, Kiehl, C. Keulman, J. Rogers, M, Smith, M, Stowe, I. Sheehan, G. Thomas,
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FIRST ROW: L. Mani, P, Milowski, A. Maier, B. Schley, G. Frasier. SECOND ROW: I. Smith, B, Poulsen, C, Westberg, N. Srch, P,
Byrne. THIRD ROW: L. Pavel, P. Dormer, J. Fath, P. Calahan, S. Kubs. FOURTH ROW: S, Romer, A, Rozek, C, Kopecky, M.
Bushing, S. Petersen, C, Arndt, S. Mayer,
FIRST ROW: M. Seyfarth, S, Tegelmann, C.Kroeplin, P, Dressel, L. Hansen, SECOND ROW: J. Horton, D. Gibbs, M, Cardiff
Miss Donovan, S, Petersen, 1. Pyles, I. Rogers, C. Frazier.
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Two new activities were added to
the "A" Club's program this year. One
was the Olympic Fund collectiori in the
tall with the purpose of helping send the
U.S. team to the Clympics in Australia.
As the yearbook went to press, the "A"
Club was planning a semi-formal dance
The members also participated in
the usual activities of choosing the
Homecoming queen, sponsoring the clance
after the Dundee basketball game, and
serving as ushers at all the home basket-
ball games. .
To become a member of this club, a
boy must earn a major award in a varsity
l A- sport.
Mr. Leon, Advisor, R. Srch, Presidentg D, Mitchell, Secretaryg M. Bell,
Treasurerg W. Herbst, Vice-President.
HAI, wean lettena pfwucllq
FIRST ROW: R, Srch, M, Bell, W, Herbst, D, Mitchell, SECOND ROW: Mr, Leon, G, Lystlund, F, Sebesta, E. Deppe, W, Bamstable
THIRD ROW: L, Christensen, J, Lystlund, J, Denton, F, Ferdon, F, Dormer, R, Van Patten, FOURTH ROW: S, Parker, E, Meyer, G
Huml, R, Teml, W, Hart, R, Plecharty, C, Davis,
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FIRST ROW: D, Domek, L, Gray, D, Freels, J, Hughes, B, January, J. Scharrer,
R, Mena, P, Dahm, M, Brehen, SECOND ROW: W, Henricksen, J. Steitz, L,
Bolton, F, Albert,
The Festival Chorus, made up of
well-blended voices, was the nucleus
of the group which participated in the
Conference Music Festival. This group
was directed by Mr. Smouse.
aim' glee club
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forty voices under the direction of
Mr. Smouse, participated with the A
Cappella Choir in presenting the
Thanksgiving Concert for the student
body and the Christmas Concert, which
was open to the public .
The annual Choral Concert, held
February 24, had the theme of "Music
for a Sunday Afternoon." A few voices
were selected to participate in the Con-
ference Music Festival in the spring.
Officers for the year were Evelyn
Kibling, president, Vivian Gruidl,
secretary, and Mary Gorman and
Marie Waigand, librarians.
'1hene'a mU5iC in the aiu
FIRST ROW: N, Scott, S, Houdeshell, S, Kubs, L, Coggins, M, Waigand, C, Farmen, R, Northern, C, Rudolph, N, Srch, SECOND ROW:
Mr, Smouse, C, Smith, P, Callahan, P, Wallace, S, Gibbs, B, Fleider, C, Irvin, R, Anderson, J, Barski, E, Kibling, P, Duffy,
THIRD ROW: S, Berke, K, Sershon, J, Scharrer, P, Bartik, V, Kandl, C, Kulin, V, Gruidl, S, Adler, K, Cooney, FOURTH ROW: L.
Hollocker, D, Medley, B, Simmermon, D, Meierdirk, D, Rybacki, O, Johnson, B, Young, C, Lupa, K, Kufalk, N, Brockway,
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W. Henriksen, J. Steitz, L, Bolton, F, Albert, B. Fleider, S, Gibbs, P. Anderson.
pneaenta "Wluaic bon a Sundaq Afternoon"
The twenty-six members of the A Cappella Choir presented their concert, "Music for a Sunday
Afternoon," in February and attended the Conference Music Festival at Grant High School in April.
On April 9 they planned to compete in the District Music Contest at Evanston. Besides participating
in many school assemblies, they presented a Christmas "Gift" Concert for the community.
FIRST ROW: B. January, R. Mena, O. Belke, B, Freund, D, Deppe, S, Aschenbrenner, SECOND ROW: D, Domek, P, Houdeshell, S, Nebel,
L. W0hlfeil, J. Eppers, R. Hogan, Mr, Smouse, THIRD ROW: P, Dahm, E, Srorch, J, Bentel, S, Bamstable, G. Royer, C. Hoiem. J.
Hughes, FOURTH ROW: K, Mazzuca, A, Moorman, R, Abendronh, L, Bolton, W, Henriksen, F, Albert, C, Kopecky.
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A highlight in the activities of the band
this year was the state music contest, which
took place on March 4 at DeKalb, Illinois.
Our advancement from class B competition
to class A proved a great challenge for our
The concert band, composed of the bet-
ter instrumentalists in our high school,par-
ticipated in the fall band concert, the
Christmas "gift" concert to the community
by the band and chorus, ancl the spring
D, Dornek, J. Hughes, N. Brown, A. Franks.
Seqllilif Band adda bee
FIRST ROW: L, Bolton, C, Hojern, S, Romer, F. Mann, N, Brown, SECOND ROW: A, Moorman, O, Belke, G, Mantis, R, Stamm, S,
January, W, Cremin, S, Nielsen, N, Wetterberg, THIRD ROW: B, Camey, J. Blumenscliein, C, Thiele, J, Gaston, J, Zeien, R,
Mack, K. HOIIOU, B. Cain, D. Jach, K, Applebey. D. M00fl'1'l3fl, D. Dewer. FOURTH ROW: T, Eckert, H, Herman, M, Wolff, J,
Hogan, C, Ruhl, M, Midgley, D, Mitchell.
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J, Cribb, K, Applebey, K, Horton, D, Moorman, P, Mitchell, C, Marotta, T Dewar D Mrtchell D Freels R, Hansen J Keegan
D, Stone, THIRD ROW: J, Hogan, M, Wolff,
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The Pep Band was composed ot selected and volunteer members of the concert band, and its Function
was to play at the home basketball games and pep assemblies The Prep Band, which played for the pep
assemblies, was for those musicians who were interested in becoming members of the concert band The
officers were president, Chris Davis, and secretary, Lynn Veesenmeyer
FIRST ROW: L. Veesenmeye1,S, Davis, S, Duha, P, Derrig, W, Lense, R McCarthy SECOND ROW C Ruhl D Beattle E Horman
A, Stanton, E, Heath, THIRD ROW: C, McGlynn, A, Stowe, L, Lang, M Rod ers G Kaub F Mennl FOURTH ROW D D
K, Heath, C, Davis, J, Quinn, T, Eckert, A, Wertz, A, Berreitter,
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1956 PHOH1 beatuuea "Penthouae Senenaden
Hours, weeks, and months of preparation by various hard-working committees under the
supervision of Mr. Chandler preceded the transformation of the gym into a penthouse for the 1956
prom. After the festively-garbed guests entered through an attractively-lighted sitting room, they
found themselves on a penthouse roof with skyscrapers silhouetted against the horizon. A huge
moon dominated a star-filled sky which lent atmosphere to the scene as the whispers and swishes
of the dancing couples blended with the soft music of Tommy Allen's orchestra.
For the coronation, which is always the highlight of any prom, Queen Judy Horton and her
attendants were met by their escorts at the base of a rising moon. After an impressive ceremony,
the other couples ioined in for a few more dances before leaving another memory-packed prom.
Diane Freels Gerry Patelski
Sandra Tegelman Carol Frazier
Carol Frazier and Lonnie Christensen Gerry Patelski and Norman Wojczynski
entuance of the count
Judy Horton and Gerald Hurnl
Sandra Tegelman and Roger Plechaty Diane Freels and Ray Gelden W
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Manhattan skyline Dancing under the stars
"Mr, Barry's Etchings," a play of comedy
and mystery with a cast of thirteen seniors,
was presented April 5 and 6.
Mr. Barry, an eccentric bachelor with
a talent for etching, becomes very involved
when he uses this talent to counterfeit S50
bills to distribute among the needy people
in his community. His eventual involvement
with the federal authorities deepens the
mystery and adds to the hilarity of the
Senior: talenta enhance
"Wln. Beuucfa Eftchinqau
Cast of Characters
Dave Valkenaar . . . . .
Frank Albert . . . .
Frances Dorner . .
Mary Lou Seyfarth . .
Judy Horton ....
Jay Cribb .....
Jack Elliott ....
Barbara lieiligenthal . .
Judy Hostetler ....
Lynn Bolton . . .
Elmer Oelkers .
Lynn Gray . .
Celia Hojem . .
Miss Howard . .
Mary Shepard .
Sue Kopach ...............
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. . Judson Barry
. Torn Crosby
. . Mrs. Taylor
. Evelyn Taylor
Kenneth Plun ett
. "Sawbuck Sam"
. ."Fifty" Ferris
. . . . Daisy
. . Sam Jordan
. Mrs. Griswold
. . . Director
. Stage Manager
- - Assistant Stage Manager
FIRST ROW: I. Elliot, M, Seyfarth, SECOND ROW: C. Hojem, F. Dorner, Miss Howard, J. Hostetler. J. Horton. THIRD ROW I
Cribh, F, Alhert, E. Oelkers.
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'lunion Claaa Plaq
The Night of January l6th," the first mystery
to be presented at Antioch High for a number of
years, was given the nights of November 9 and
A jury, selected each night from the audience,
had to decide whether or not Karen Andre was
guilty of murder. The first night the jury acquitted
the prisoner, but the second night they returned a
verdict of guilty.
"The Yliqht ob 'lanuanq l6th"
Prison Matron .
Judge Heath ....
District Attorney Flint.
Defense Attorney Stevens. .
Clerk of the Court . .
Karen Andre ....
Dr. Kirkland ....
Mrs. John Hutchins .
Homer Van Fleet . .
Elmer Sweeney . . .
Nancy Lee Faukner .
Magda Svenson . . .
John Graham Whitfield
Jane Chandler . . .
. Judy Sheehan Sigurd Jungquist . . . .Dennis Beattie
. Robert Wertz Larry Regan .... . Gordon Volling
. . . Royal Rockow Roberta Van Rensselaer . . . .Joan Burton
. . . . . Jim Berke Stenographer . . . . Nancy Wetterburg
. David Valkenaar Director ..... . . Miss Howard
. . .Peter Zalatoris Stage Managers. . . . Betsy Frazier
. . Karen Rentner Margaret Cardiff
. Robert Gable Properties . . . . Gwenn Royer
. . Dorothy Jach Sound . . . . Rose Ellen Furlan
. William Carney Lighting . . . Paula Zeien
. . Norman Palenski Make Up . . . . Judy Sheehan
. . . Carla Ellison Nancy Wetterberg
. . . Mary Forbrich Box Office . . . Lois Wohlfeil
. . . Roger Lang Sally Nebel
FIRST ROW: J. Burton, P. Zalatoris, N. Wetterberg, M. Forbrich, R. Wertz, W. Carney, SECOND ROW: J. Pyles, D. Jach, C. Ellison
R. Lang. THIRD ROW: N. Palenski, Miss Howard, R, Gable, M. Quilty, R. Rockow, J. Sheehan, D. Beattie. J. Berke, K. Rentner,
D. Valkenaar, G. Volling.
1956 Homecoming adda pleaaant memoniea
October 5 was the event of one of Antioch's most exciting and spirited Homecomings. An unusually large
number of floats and decorated cars from the student body and community paraded through the business district
before returning to the school where a large bonfire served as background for a pep session. Prizes for the floats
which best depicted the theme of "Homecoming Hit Parade" were awarded to the seniors for "Tonight You Belong
to Me," the sophomores for "Blue Suede Shoes, " and G.A.A. for "My Prayer."
The following evening, after losing a heart-breaking game to Grant 7-6, a.large crowd gathered in the gym
to dance to Frank Laurie's band and to witness the Coronation of the court. Queen Laura Hansen and King Marty
Bell were attended by Mary Lou Seyfarth with Lonnie Christensen, Toni Thomas with Terry Horton, Sandy Mayer
with Richard Behrens, and Lynn Veesenmeyer with Walton Rasquist.
Jill Camphausen Jerry Meyer
Marty Bell Laura Hansen
Lynn Veesenmeyer Sandra Mayer
Walton Rosquist Richard Behrens
Gloria Thomas Mary Lou Seyfarth
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The fourth consecutive series of variety shows was
held during February and March. Following the senior,
junior, sophomore, and Freshman shows the Community
Variety Show, composed of the outstanding acts from
the Four previous programs, was presented to the public
on the evening ot March 21.
Dave Valkenaar for the seniors, Frank Ferdon for
the juniors, Ray Teml for the sophomores, and Mike
Mortensen for the freshmen served as emcees For their
respective classes. Frank Ferdon acted as Master of
Ceremonies for the Community Show.
Most ofthe acts pictured on these pages, plus
others not shown here, were included in this final
program, which was comprised of about fifteen acts.
The purpose of these variety shows is to give
students experience in stage production as well as to
provide opportunity For them to display their various
"Nothin' Like a Dame"
o- make a would!
"Mr Wonderful "
Out of the Tropics
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Wrestling from Hunger
Dancing through the Ages
Any dances left?
Arlene Catardi and Francis Dorner were chosen by
the senior class to reign at "Fantasia in Snow."
Following a new procedure this year, the class
voted for five girls, the one obtaining the most votes
was kept unknown until the coronation was to take
place, This lovely court of Lynn Gray, Mary
Shepard, Sue Kopach, and Joan Mair had as escorts,
also chosen b the class, Kenny Anderson, Roger
Plechaty, BilllBarnstable, and Sid Parker.
Victor Parise and his orchestra provided the
music amid a setting of lighted Christmas trees.
Arlene Ca tardi
Joan Mail' Mary Shepard
Sue Kopach Lynn Gray
A waltz to remember. Dressed in holiday style.
Keeping step with modern times. A royal endin
g- Here's one for you
Welcome to "Fantasia"
Bowties and ruffles.
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the Antioch Sequoit varsity football team, although under
manned with a squad of only twenty tnree players, took second
place honors in the Northwest Surburloan Conference They
finished off the season by winning their last four games, giving
wem a total of six wins and two losses
FIRST ROW W Hart, R. Lang F Sebesta T Mtlowskr I Denton R Schlarbaum SECOND ROW W Barnstable G Hurnl R
Plechaty S Parker, M. Bell L Chnstensen E Deppe J Lystlund R VanPatten R Srch THLRD ROW Mr Kessernch D Mitchell
F Fabry C Davis, T. Horton R Jonas E Meyer R James G Lystlund Mr Leon
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FIRST ROW: G. Dahlman, D, Pyles, R, Martin, D, Sinclair, R, Prange, D. Wiegel. SECOND ROW
f " J. LaRusso, C, Oberg, D. Wiegel, T, Dewar, S. Latta, L. Zerr, J. Helm, THIRD ROW: M,
Wolff, M. Murrie, W, Rosquist, F, Lindner, M, Stankus, B. LaBrose, E. Eberman, R, Wolf,
Uheae boqa neallq like Baaleetball
FIRST ROW: J. Portalski, L. Gallager, J. Oilschlager, P. Magiera, R. Hogan,
SECOND ROW: A, Bromstad, R. Stam, B. Metz, R. Teml, Mr, Polley, THIRD quo ah -Soph Squad
ROW: J, Zeien, B, Cain, J. Dupre, J, Tully, W, Dressel, D, Dewer, W. Jarvis.
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The Fighting Sequoits proved their name this year
by winning a tie with Palatine For second place in
The players also achieved individual honors. Twice
Antioch boasted a player on the "Chicago American
Team of the Week"-Tom Gudgeon, senior, and Art
Hanke, junior. Antioch was also extremely proud of
Gerry Huml, who was the only player in the conference
to receive a place by unanimous vote on the "All Con-
The outstanding game of the season was played
with Grant, when the Sequoits scalped the Con-
ference Champs with a 72-54 victory.
vdfldiflj caqena biqht with apiuit
'Richmond 60 44
'Dundee 51 53
Palarine 49 52
Ela-Vernon 47 46
Glenbrook 84 58
Fenton 66 55
'North Chicago gil
Warren 67 55
Grant 55 63
Wan-en 68 66 " Non-Conference
FIRST ROW: R, Brehens, A. Hartke, G. Huml, W. Herbsr. S. Parker. SECOND ROW MI Leon R Doyle F Fefdof' F Sebesfa
THIRD ROW: R, Lang, L. Bolton, M. Quilty, I. Dittmer, T. Gudgeon
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Keeping spirits lively and promoting good
sportsmanship were the responsibilities of these
varsity cheerleaders during the year. ln addit-
tion to cheering at the games and practicing
to perfect their routines, they also organized
the pep assemblies for the Football and basket-
During the summer four of the cheerleaders
Mary Forbrich, Rose Ellen Furlan, Judy Horton
and Mary Shepard- went to a cheerleading
camp at lllinois State Normal University, where
they learned new cheers and received pointers
on conducting pep assemblies and skits .
Janet Rogers served as head cheerleader,
and Miss Donovan was the faculty advisor for
vafldlflf Cheeflleadefld aet a liuelq pace
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Plotting a new cheer
The Junior Varsity Cheerleading Squad,
under the direction of Elaine Christensen, the
head cheerleader, and Miss Donovan, their
sponsor, conducted the cheers at the games
to encourage the team to victory. They also
participated in pep assemblies, which were
held on Friday afternoons. This year three
ofthe cheerleaders- Elaine Christensen,
Judy Maleck, and Charlene,Keulman-went
to a cheerleaders' clinic at Illinois State
Av Cl1227ll2Gd27l9. add yeat with cheena
S. Dittman, K. Sershon, J. Maleck, E. Christensen, S. Gibbs, C. Keulman,
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FIRST ROW: F. Zalatoris, F. Faust,
K Hellsteru, R. Hartman, N.
Ouunen, T. Sanhamel. SECOND
ROW R, Gable, E, Meyer, R.
Poulsen A. Hanke, W. Herbst, W,
Hart R. James, R. Jonas, Mr, Grady.
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to the class of 1957
STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH
"All General Banking Facilities"
A Member of The Federal Deposit
ANTIOCH SHEET METAL
ART'S PAINT STORE
Paint, Wallpaper and Supplies
406 Lake Street
In Post Office Building
Phone Antioch 320 Antioch, Illinois
WILLIAMS DEPARTMENT STORE
NELSON'S REAL ESTATE
881 Main Street
All Kinds of Insurance
KIASS MEN'S STORE
ZENS W. ZENOR
Plumbing and Heating
Lake Villa, Illinois
PERRY AUTO PARTS
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WILTCN 5 ELECWC SHOP BILL'S WELDING as STEEL SALES
924 Main Phone In 312 Depot Street Phone 446-J
Electrical Contractors Antioch, Illinois
SORENSON'S BAIT SHOP EFFINGER'S
Sporting Goods-Wholesale Raw Fur Dealer Hardware, Paints, and Glass
Corner Rts. 173 and 59 Elliot 6-3611 Lake Villa, Illinois
Compliments of WILLOW-DALE DAIRY COMPANY
OTTO'S STEAK HOUSE Processors of Dairy Farms Grade A
Milk and Cream
Route 173 Antioch, Illinois Antioch, Illinois
HHH, RAY'S GROCERY 4-1-44-
Cardinal Food Store
Phone 35 917Main
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William L. Krater, R. Ph.
Lake Villa, Illinois
Lake Villa, Illinois
MARI ANNE'S Compliments of
Women's, Children's Apparel THEBEST
Gifts, Antiques VENETIAN BLIND
Antioch, Illinois COMPANY
Across from Sherwood Park
on Grand Avenue
Lake Villa, Illinois
Charles J. Cermak, Jr.
REAL ESTATE - LOANS - INSURANCE
400 IX2 Lake Street Antioch, Illinois
ART LUBKEMAN AND SONS
"No job too large or too small"
Phone-Antioch I9I - R
PAUL R. AVERY
Plumbing, Heating, ancl Electrical Work
Lake Villa, Illinois
Compliments of OLSON IMPLEMENT COMPANY
THE RECORD NOOK International Harvester
345 Main Street Antioch 540 Phone 29 352 Depot Street
ACTIVE SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC
LOON DAKE PLUMBING AND HEATING
RAY'S SHELL STATION
Lake and Broadway Phone 55-J
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Phone 70 or 80 Antioch, Illinois
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Lake Villa, Illinois SHERWOOD PARK
Elliot 6-2171 Lake Villa, Illinois
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Lake Villo, Illinois C. L. WERTZ
Phone Elliot 6-243i Well Drilling
Antioch, Illinois Phone 403-J
BlLL'S SERVICE STATION
Loon Lake Corners
Antioch, Illinois Phone 720
Antioch, Illinois Main Street
SCULLY AUTO SALES
The Best Used Cars
We Buy 8. Sell
DICK'S BIKE SHOP
Phone Antioch 888
TAYLOR SHOE STORE
Shoes For the Entire Family
KEULMAN'S JEWELRY STORE
RCA Radios 8g Television
ROYAL BLUE STORE
Phone Antioch 760
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FISCHER AND GAUGER
Jefferson Ice and Fuel Oils
GIBBS AND JENSSEN
Sporting Goods and Sportswear
WES' AUTO BODY 8. PAINT SHOP
"You Wreck Em-We Fix Em"
REAL ESTATE MERRY-GO-ROUND BAKERY
and Personalized Party Cakes
Complete Bakery Service
INSURANCE phone - 792
Loren C. Sexauer
Tires, Coronado Appliances, Hardware,
Batteries, Sporting Goods
Stop and Shop Elliot 6-7432
Deep Lake Road and Fifth Avenue
POWLES DAIRY STORE
Pet Dairy Products
LASCO'S GREEN HOUSE
"Flowers for all Occasions"
Phone 4I8 Antioch, Illinois
W. H. BAETHKE 8. SON
Antioch, Il I inois
L. E. MURRIE
Antioch, II I inois Phone 367
ERICKSON "PFAFF" SEWING CENTER
914 Main Street Antioch 340
Carry Outs Good Food
REEVES WALGREEN DRUGS AGENCY
"The Finest Drug Store in the Lake Region"
Antioch 6 Antioch, Illinois
HUC KE R'S
Sales and Service
Chrysler - Plymouth
Elliot 6-343i Cedar Avenue Antioch 22
Lake Villa, Illinois Antioch, Illinois
OTTO'S STEAK HOUSE MOTEL CARLSON FORD SALES' lNC'
. Sales and Service
H'9h'f'C'YS '73T2','83 939 Main Street
Ant1och, Ill1no1s Antioch Illinois
Antioch 389 '
Phone Antioch 770
FRED MAIER SERVICE Compliments of CARDI'S
WESTERN TIRE AND AUTO STORE
Elliot 6-4l5l Antioch, Illinois
Lake Villa, Illinois 64,61
HT' JACK'S TOWN 8. COUNTRY SHOP
ELLIOTT'S CHUCK WAGON--Home Cooking h F 0 '
I Mile West of Antioch Ion l73l T e 'neg' ln men S wear
Antioch, Illinois P one H85
BLUMENSCHEIN BROTHERS C0mPlIme"'I5 of
Sewer and Wafer WlLLIAMSON'S GROCERY
Lake Villa, Illinois u U .
5111616-6161 or 6-1093 Lake Villa, Illinois
Malts, Plate Lunches
Lake Villa, Illinois
Q. Metered Service
BARNSTABLE AND BROGAN'S
Ladies' and Girls'
Men's and Boys' Wear
PIC KARD, INCORPORATED
Phone Antioch 38
904 Main Street
ANTIOCH LUMBER 8. COAL CO. INC
Phone I5 ancl l6
Manufacturer of Fine Furniture --Everything fo Build Anything--
Phone 686-M-I Antioch, Illinois
E. ELMER BROOK
Real Estate - Insurance
Phone Antioch 460
- A - hi - l.Gl4e
912 Main Street ntioc :nous Phone 426 Antioch, Illinois
CAREY ELECTRIC 81 PLUMBING SHOP CARL L. BARTHEL
Antioch, Illinois Wilmot 44-R-2
RUNYARD AND SONS
Gas and Oil- Tires- Batteries
Phone 352 Highway 73 Antioch, Illinois
MARTIN'S H I-WAY FURNITURE
935 Main Street
Sales and service
Chrysler - Plymouth
Phone 590 Routes 2I 81 I73
"Have your car serviced
while you're at school."
"Right next door! "
Lester C. Hamlin - Owner
Contracting and service
Elliot 6-6762 Lake Villa, Illinois
. THE JEWEL BOX
Route 59 8g I73
Phone Antioch 426
CHASE'S SERVICE STATION
Gasoline, Fuel Oils
Tank Truck Service
At Channel Lake
JACK STIEBER Compliments of
Barber Shop GRASS LAKE FOOD MART
Antioch, IIIir10iS Antioch, Illinois Antioch 450-J-I
MATT NOLAN'S RESORT
LINDY'S SODA BAR
On Rt. I73-2 lf2 miles west of Antioch
Phone Antioch 435-M
Compliments of MIN
REGAL CHINA COMPANY
OSMOND'S SERVICE STATION
Route I73 8. 59
SMART'S COUNTRY HOUSE
On Route I73-West of Antioch, Illinois
Catering To Private Parties, Weddings, Etc
F ILROY O IL SERVICE
CEDAR LAKE SERVICE STATION
General Auto Repair D-X Products
Lake Villa, Illinois
Phone: Elliot 6-2I6I
MANN'S CERTIFIED FOODS
JIM'S SERVICE STATION
Main 8. Depot Street Antioch, Illinois
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
L 8. R PET SHOP
Over 2000 Birds to Choose From
Loon Lake Antioch, Illinois
Phone 693 Visitors Welcome
FROSTEE SNO COMPANY
LOON LAKE INN
M. CUNN INGHAM CARTAGE
Moving and General Trucking
CAP RADKE AND SON
G IBBS' VARIETY STORE
The Store of Friendly Service
Antioch, Illinois Phone I36-J
W. V. LAHTI OIL COMPANY
Lake 8. Broadway Antioch, Illinois
For Shell Heating Oils-Phone Antioch 509
"Printed Meter Receipt for Your Protection"
Restaurant - Cottages - Groceries
Route I73 - Channel Lake
2 If2 miles west of Antioch, Illinois
B 8t M
PIZZERIA AND RESTAURANT
I lf2 miles west on Route I73
DRIJE CHEVROLET INC.
Chevrolet 8. Oldsmobile
Phone Antioch 56 Antioch, lllino
Antioch 77-J Herman Sterbenz, Propr.
STRANG FUNERAL HOME
LOON LAKE SERVICE
I055 Main Street
Mobilgas Antioch, Illinois
Loon Lake Road Loon Lake Telephone I2
One block east of Rt. 2I-Antioch, Illinois
CHAIN -O-LAKES CLEANERS
Cleaning, Repairing, and Tailoring
Plant Route 21 Antioch, Illinois
A 8m P STORE
Indian Point Antioch, Illinois
RURAL SANITARY SERVICE
Complete Sewer Service
POLZE BROS. SERVICE STATION
Complete Auto Repairing and Maintenance
Antioch 737 970 South Main Street
GORSKI BROTHERS-WELL DRILLING
GI' L k
ass a e
Antioch, Illinois Antioch 623eM-2
LYSTLUND'S OTIS RESORT
3 miles west of 59
on Grass Lake Road
Phone Antioch 84-J-2
.IO PAT BRAND
Antioch Packing House
Smoked Meat Specialists
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