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' -A ELYTE ELA-VERNON CONSOLIDATED fflGH SCHOOL LAKE ZURICH, ILLINOIS VOLUME XV DEDICATION .v tki ' H ' ' yak. WE, THE CLASS OF 1951, RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE THIS VOLUME OF THE ELYTE TO OUR NEW CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT, WITH THE FONDEST WISHES FOR ITS SUCCESS. 1951 1st ROW: J. Connelly, H. Knauth, J. Norling, S. Dahm, R. Iverson. 2nd ROW: E. Knigge, A. Meyer, R. Wendt, J. Seavey, M. Rizzo, L. Deschauer, J. Ladd, B. Nonnemacher, L. Lohmann, Mr. Eide, S. Martorano, L. Altmann, P. Mure. 3rd ROW: D. Halvorsen, J. Centoni, B. Fredericksen, B. Ballard. fldministratinn HERBERT L. WESNER Principal ADMINISTRATION LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Sprague, G. Ward, J. Blocks, A. Bueschlng, H. L. Wesner, W. Hardenberg, J. Coyle. F. Harkness. JESSE D. ALLEN U. of ILLINOIS, B. S. VOCATIONAL AG. SENIOR SPONSOR JUNE BERGQUIST IOWA STATE, B. S. HOME ECONOMICS MELVIN R. EIDE NORTHERN ILLINOIS STATE, B. E. U. OF IOWA, NORTHWESTERN U. , M. A. ENGLISH, SOC. SCIENCE, ATHLETICS YEARBOOK ADVISOR GORDON J. HOADLEY PLATTEVILLE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, B. S. INDUSTRIAL ARTS, MATHEMATICS BRUCE M. HUDSON NORTHERN ILLINOIS STATE, B. E. ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY VOCAL, INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, SPEECH HARRIETT E. JACQUAT ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY, B. ED. U. OF WISCONSIN, M. S. SCIENCES WILLIAM G. LEHMANN U. OF ILLINOIS, B. S. U, OF WISCONSIN, M. S. HISTORY, SCIENCE, ATHLETICS NORMAN H. NIELSEN NEBRASKA STATE, B. A. U. OF ILLINOIS, M. A, ENGLISH, LATIN, SPANISH CONSTANCE RENIGAR BALL STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, B. S. ART, PHYSICAL EDUCATION LOLA RUEHMER U. OF COLORADO WHITEWATER STATE, B. E. COMMERCIAL MARJORIE SCHUEPPERT BELOIT COLLEGE B. A. MATHEMATICS Ssniors s tHZOK i 9ii C LORRAINE ALTMANN Class Secretary 1; ElyteStaff 4. F.HJl. 1; BRUCE BALLARD dee CTub 1, 2, 3; Ink Spot 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Pro- jection Club i3; First Aid Patrol i3; Yearbook y3; Transferred from Northbrook ffigh School 3; Football Manager 4; Clionjs4; Bear Facts 4; Baseball 4; Elyte Staff 4. JOANN BENSON Glee Clnb 1; G.A.A. 1; Variety Show 2; Dramatics Club 2; Prof ' s Club 1, 2; Gtrl ' s Club Reporter 1, 2; Transferred from East Aurora High School 3; F.H.A. 3; Elyte Staff 4. Baskett aU2. BILL BUSCH JERRY CENTONI Basketball 1,2,3,4; Captain 2 ; Base- ball 1, 2. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Cap- tain 4; Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; " E " Club 2, 3 , 4; Class Treasurer 1; Class Plays 3, 4; Class President i3; Dramatics Club 4; Student Council Vice-Presi- dent 4; Elyte Staff 4. JOHN CONNELLY Transferred from Austin High School 1; Basketball 1, 2; Foott all 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Jimior Play; Dramatics Club 3, 4; ' E " Club 2, 3, 4; Elyte Staff 4. LUSS s CNIOR ( 9.i I C HAROLD DAHM FootbaU 2, 3, 4; BasketbaU 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dramatics Club 3; F.F.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Class Treasurer 2; Class President i3; Bear Facts 3; " E " Club 2, 3, 4; Elyte Staff 4. SHIRLEY DAHM F.H.A. 1, 2; Band 2; Chorus 2; Dramatics Club 3; Bear Facts 3, 4; G.A.A.4; Class Play 3; Elyte Staff 4. LOIS DESCHAUER Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Class Plays 2, 3, 4 Bear Facts 2, 3; Librarian 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4; Class Secre- tary 4; Elyte Staff 4. GUYFARMAN Football Manager 4; Class Presi- dent 4. BEVERLY FREDERICKSEN Cheerleader 1, F.H.A. 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Librarian 3, 4; Bear Facts 1, 2, 4; Elyte Staff 4. GEORG GEIGER Band 1, 2, 3; Football 1; RlQe Club 1, 2, 3; President 2, 3; Track Team 2, 3; Swimming 2; Transferred from Highland Park High School 4; Senior Play. tPSS s CNIOR V I 1 « C DONNA HALVORSEN FoH.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Band 2; Class Plays 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 3; Junior Prom Queen 3; Cheerleader 4; Dramatics Club 4; G.A.A. President 4; Student CouncU President 4; Elyte Staff 4. RUTH IVERSON Class Plays 3, 4; Band 1, 2; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Student Council 3; Dramatics Club 4; Bear Facts 4; G.A.A. Vice-President 4; Elyte Staff 4. VI IAN JOHNSON Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Salutatorian Senior Class. EL WOOD KNIGGE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. Report- er 1; F.F.A. President 2,3,4; Foot- ball 3, 4; Class Treasurer 4; Elyte Staff 4. JEAN LADD Class Plays 3, 4; F.H.A. 3, 4; Dra- matics Club 3, 4; Bear Facts 3, 4; News Editor 4; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Elyte Staff 4. BETTY JOAN LAWRENCE Class Vice-President 1; G.A.A. Vice-President 1; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Elmwood; Girls ' Track Team 2; Transferred from Senn High School 3; Class Plays 3, 4; Valedictorian Senior Class. LASS s CNXOR i 9j I C LYLE LOHMAN Chorus 1, 2; Class Plays 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bear Facts 4; Elyte Staff 4. JAMES McBURNEY Intramural Basketball; Football; Baseball; Evanston High School; Players League Basketball; New Trier ffigh School; Baske all 4; F.F.A. 4. SAM MARTORANO Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; BasketbaU 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice- President 1; Football 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bear Facts 4; " E " Club 4; Elyte Staff 4. DON MAXWELL Transferred from Calument High School 4. AUGUST MEYER Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Foo all 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Plays 2,3,4; Chorus 1, 2; Student Council 2; Dramatics Club President 4; " E " Club 2, 3, 4; Bear Facts 3, 4: Sports Editor 4; Elyte Staff 4. PAUL MURE Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Man- ager 2; Bear Facts Staff 3, 4; Dra- matics Club 4; Band 4; Elyte Staff 4. LASS s CNZOR I 9ii C LASS MARY ELLEN MURPHY StringTriol,2, 3, 1 2 4; Girls ' Choir 1,2,3, l 2 4;Music Honor Society 3, 1 2 4; Drops of Ink 3, 1 2 4; Girls ' Octet 2; Latin Club Officer 2; Orche- stra 3, 1 2 4, Senior Sextet 1 2 4; Transferred from Li- bertyville High School 4; Band 4. BETTY NONNEMACHER F.H.A. 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Playsj 2,3; Librarian 3, 4; Dramatic si Club 3,4; Elyte Staff 4. JOAN NORLING G.A.A. 1; Transferred from Senn High School 3; Chorus 3, Dramatics Club 3; Band 3,4; Bear Facts 3,4; Feature Edi- tor 4; G. A. A. 4; Elyte Staff 4. MARMNN POHLMAN Band 1,2, 3; Chorus 1, F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 4. MICHAEL RIZZO Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2; Basketball Manager 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 2,3,4; Elyte Staff 4. JAMES SEAVEY Transferred from Austin High School 1; Basketball Manager 1,2; Baseball Manager 2; Elyte Staff 4. s CNIOR I S » SUER SIJERSON Spanish Club 3; Transferred from Lane Tech High School 3; Football 4; " E " Club 4; Chorus 4. JOAN SIKULA Choir 1, 2; Sports Club 1, 2; Riding Club 1, 2; Homeroom Officer 1, 2; Photo Club 1, 2; Library Club 1, 2; Leaders Club 14; G.A.A. 3, 4; Trans- ferred from Libertyville H.S. 4. ANGELINE STATHOPOULOS Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; President 3; Class Secretary 2; Class Vice-President 3; Librarian 3; Elyte Staff 4. TERRY TURNER Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Class Vice-President 4. ROBERT WENDT Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Football 2,3,4; Class Vice-Presi- dent 2; Class Plays 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 8, 4. lAARIANME WORRALL Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Dra- matics Club 3, 4; Transferred from Northbrook High School 4; F.H.A. 4; Senior Play 4. tuss W£ wo ! ' . ' . JosT " F(e.ve» cJs C-lo-ss O-P- iceies Wo.iri»,a 4-eR TV e Sa-hli. Fc! Juniors Junior Class 1st ROW: B. Bernadoni, G. Sturn, P. Martorano, F. DiCianni, A. Duszynski, D. Hoist, D. Meyer, R. Erickson. 2nd ROW: M. Alderson, M. Farner, L. Obenauf, D. Kuerth, P. Geary, L. Berg, T. Gregory. 3rd ROW: H. Knauth, E. Dymond, E. Langenbach, J. Hold- er, L. Severance, J. Noerenberg, L. Mionske, P. Webb, E. Ziche. 1st ROW: H. Butt, K. Seidl, R. Frederickson, G. Swichtenberg, C. Wesner. 2nd ROW: G. Radke, D. Neilson, R. Frank, D. Meyer, G. Phelps, J. Meyer. 3rd ROW: G. Gotts- chalk, W. Hahnfeldt, R. Helzer, R. Patterson, G. Connelly, M. Cuscaden. m ' M fl HM ' Sir uMe e jes SfG. DomomDrBs Sophomore Girls 1st ROW: E. Seavey, B. Wilson, J. Wilkins, B. Eichmann, M. Dybeck, B. Cook, J. Rinaldi, A. Stiller. 2nd ROW: M. Blocks, S. Kreuser, L. Smith, J. Rackow, M. Hardenbergh, M. Nelson, K. Eide, S. Anderson. 3rd ROW: C. Christenson, L. Bleile, J. Rackow, P. Deagan, A. Dahm, E. Knigge, D. Zenner, M. Meyer, S. Sprague. Sophomore Boys 1st ROW: T. Petrakowitz, B. Predni, B. Busch, J. Anderson, B. Anson, P. Altmann, D. Weber, J. WoUscheid, E. Miller, T. Weldt. 2nd ROW: R. Evans, J. Obenauf, J. Scheutz, M. Halvorsen, F. Cole, J. McGarvie, B. Ziche, J. Gross, M. Shroyer, P. Rxinkel, J. Thurwell. 3rd ROW: J. Palmer, B. Brever, P. Koenig, H. PoUock, B. Stockinger, C. Reed, J. Dawson, L. Skiba, J. Bailee, E. Wilson. fro shmer Freshman Girls 1st ROW: B. Berghorn, J. Fiore, M. Lusk, M. Stokoe, C. Holme. 2nd ROW: P. Skiba, M. Ebel, J. Rizzo, D. Rizzo, J. Sturm, S. Knigge, B. Perhone, L. Hoist, P. Gross. 3rd ROW: M. PoweU, M. Wolf, J. Hershberger, R. LeMar, M. Best, L. Poeschel, J. Berg, B. Palmer, S. Garrett, S. Stevens, M. Steffanhagen. 4th ROW: L. Sakelson, D. Cross, J. Kruser, G. Lichter, A. Grever, G. Lichum, D. Nichols:, B. Brenner, M. Pavlovlch, H. Koch, S. Moore, J. Grever. •■5 1 1 i 1 III 1 ' TlTt ! « Freshman Boys 1st ROW: R. Schadd, B. Price, D. Gudgeon, R. Weber, W. Kaden. 2nd ROW: R. Dawson, G. Marcotte, D, Blocks, D, Heise, G. Kerrigan, G. Skinner, C. Smith, E. Lindstrom, R. Snyder, D. Padke. 3rd ROW: D. Brown, D. Murphy, B. Obenauf, H. Blake, M. Swichten- berg, M. Sikula, R. Lones, A. Boe, R. Baumhardt, C. Mionske, J. Rorke, D. Price, D. Prouty. 4th ROW: J. Germata, T. Rorke, D. Fenner, J. Valenti, D. VoUing, W. Reid, D. Moran, R. Moeller, W. Steffenhagan, G. Chaffin, A. Knox, H. Smith, V. Uutala. " O ' TFY OOCDLES " athletics Ela High ' s Baseball Champions Back Row: Coach Eide, G. Radke, G. Schwarz, S. Martorano, R. Wendt, A. Meyer, E. Wilson, Mgr. Front Row: T. Turner, J. Connelly, L. Geary, J. Wendt, J. Centoni, E. Prouty, M. Rizzo Season ' Record Ela 6 Waukegan 10 Ela 8 Northbrook 5 Ela Arlington Hts. 1 Ela 10 Palatine Ela 12 Grayslake 16 Ela 4 Barrington 2 Ela 8 Warren Ela 7 Wauconda 1 Ela 5 Barrington 6 Ela 3 Bensenville Ela 11 Grayslake Ela 1 Grant Ela 1 Antioch 2 Ela 8 Palatine 15 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Ela 8 Ela 12 Warren Grayslake 5 9 Championship Ela 3 Crystal Lake 4 Conference Record Won 6 Lost 1 Dick Boehme Batting Trophy Winner Eddie Prouty . 409 Runner-Up: Jerry Centoni .375 The Ela Bears Repeated as Northwest Suburban Conference Champions Season Record Won 8 Lost 6 CHAMPIONS AGAIN ■ h ' " " ' " f .coved t °f jerry ■ ' ' vA ' » - ' - v V Sharing „,ovge R ,„ m Bears Football Squad iS KiEilKJ ' . sttt L " ' SW P ' JLi ' y. .... r •4 ' it f W ' " JLv f l " ii. " f M fi M Wi flJIHl 41 2S ' 35 ♦ " ' 9 1 ft» ' S ' ' ' ' ' ' ft: ' S! IS i mm ' iiMMIIHiW First Row: R. Wendt, D. Maxwell, J. Meyer, G. Connelly, T. Turner, G. Radke, R. Lamarche. Second Row: B. Ballarc, Mgr., M. Cuscaden, H. Dahm, M. Halvorsen, E. Knigge, M. Rizzo, J. Centoni, C. Wesner, G. Farman, Mgr. Third Row: A. Meyer, W. Hahnfeldt, C. Reed, J. Connelly, H. Pollack, R. Stockinger, S. Sijerson, E. Wilson, R. Patterson, M. Shroyer. Fourth Row: M. Eide, coach, C. Smith, J. Anderson, D. Nielsen, D. Prouty, G. Chaffin, D. Volling, C. Mionske, T. Mylott, J. Rorke, G. Kerrigan, E. Lindstrom. Fifth Row: H. Smith, F. Weber, J. Palmer, D. Moran, L. Sheehan, J, Germata, T. Rorke, R. Predni, R. Price, W. Lehmann, coach. SEASON ' S RECORD ELA-VERNON ELA-VERNON 6 ELA-VERNON ELA-VERNON ELA-VERNON ELA-VERNON 19 ELA-VERNON 12 BENSENVILLE 6 BARRINGTON 39 GRANT 33 PALATINE 19 NORTH BROOK 27 ANTIOCH 13 WAUCONDA WON 2 LOST 5 FIFTH PLACE NORTHWEST SUBURBAN Jerry Centoni ALL-CONFERENCE FULLBACK 1949 and 1950 Varsity %: Frosh-Soph ' TTT , ' , . S ,1 tj yaTsittf 1st ROW: R. HELZER, M. CUSCADEN, A. MEYER, J. CENTONI, S. MARTORANO. 2nd ROW: G. RADKE, E. KNIGGE, D. NIELSEN, R. PATTERSON, COACH LEHMANN, G. CON- NELLY, C. WESNER, R. FRANK, R. WENDT. SEASON ' S RECORD 24 ELA-VERNON 40 GRAYSLAKE 37 NORTHBROOK 60 PALATINE 47 GRANT 48 WAUCONDA 55 LAKE FOREST 46 HARRINGTON 69 ANTIOCH 56 WARREN 35 NORTHBROOK 48 WARREN 35 LAKE FOREST 51 45. ELA-VERNON 40 29 ELA-VERNON 51 41 ELA-VERNON 40 57 ELA-VERNON 28 41 ELA-VERNON 47 33 ELA-VERNON 37 45 ELA-VERNON 39 60 ELA-VERNON 28 42 ELA-VERNON 53 GRAYSLAKE HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT 46 ELA-VERNON 48 43 ELA-VERNON REGIONAL TOURNAMENT ELA-VERNON 43 LIBERTYVILLE 46 RECORD: WON 5 Lost 19 50 GRAYSLAKE 49 PALATINE 42 LIBERTYVILLE 44 WAUCONDA 72 BARRINGTON 49 BENSENVILLE 58 GRANT 63 BENSENVILLE 50 LIBERTYVILLE 70 ANTIOCH 37 GRAYSLAKE THIRD PLACE WINNERS Frosh-Soph 1st ROW: M. HALVORSEN, R. STOCKINGER, J. MCGARVIE, M. SHROYER, F. COLE, D. PROUTY. 2nd ROW: COACH EffiE, J. A fDERSON, J. VALENTI, R. PRICE, R. GREVER, G. CHAFFIN, P. RXJNKEL, J. THURWELL, MGR. SEASON ' S RECORD GRAYSLAKE 33 35 • ELA-VERNON 38 40 GRAYSLAKE NORTHBROOK 21 30 EL A- VERNON 39 36 PALATINE PALATINE 40 42 ELA-VERNON 27 39 LIBERTY VILLE GRANT 27 41 ELA-VERNON 40 24 WAUCONDA LAKE FOREST 37 29 ELA-VERNON 20 37 BARRINGTON WAUCONDA 21 38 ELA-VERNON 41 33 BENSEN VILLE HARRINGTON 25 21 ELA-VERNON 47 25 GRANT ANTIOCH 22 18 ELA-VERNON 43 34 BENSENVTLLE WARREN 28 48 ELA-VERNON 43 39 LIBERTY VILLE NORTHBROOK 32 37 ELA-VERNON 28 24 ANTIOCH SEASON: WON 14 LOST 6 CONFERENCE: WON 11 LOST 3 NORTHWEST SUBURBAN CONFERENCE: 2nd PLACE frosh 1st ROW: R, PRICE, C. FENNER, D. PROUTY, G. CHAFFIN, J. VALENTI. 2nd ROW: J, RORKE, J. GERMATA, W. UUTALA, T. RORKE, G. MARCOTTF, E. LIND- STROM. SEASON ' S RECORD PALATINE 26 • ELA-VERNON 24 WAUDONDA 31 ELA-VERNON 21 LIBERTYVILLE 29 ELA-VERNON 26 WAUCONDA 32 ELA-VERNON 23 EL A- VERNON 50 ANTIOCH 33 ELA-VERNON 51 WARREN 18 ELA-VERNON 38 ANTIOCH 27 LIBERTYVILLE 43 ELA-VERNON 27 ELA-VERNON 55 WARREN 45 WON 5 LOST 5 FRESHMAN TOURNAMENT AT ANTIOCH ELA-VERNON VS. GRANT WAUCONDA VS. PALATINE ANTIOCH VS. NORTHBROOK ° fj Wfefe ° p5IP VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: P. Martorano, D. Halvorsen, R. Erickson, D. Hoist. FIGHT TEK rLK FICHr l Or ■% JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: B. Eichmann, A. Dahm, L. Smith, P. Deagan. o Im ?1 Activities 0 F. H. A. 1st ROW: J. Rinaldi, L. Mionske, Miss Berquist, J. Holder, L. Severance, J. Ladd. 2nd ROW: R. Erickson, M. Worral, D. Halvorsen, D. Hoist, A. Duszynski, B. Wilson, C. Holme, G. Sturm. 3rd ROW: J. Sturm, C. Christenson, A. Grever , B. Brenner, L. Poeschel, J. Grever, M. Pohlman, R. Iverson. F. F. A. 1st ROW: M. Sikula, G. Kerrigan, C. Reed, H. Dahm, Mr. Allen, E. Knigge, G. Radke, D. Blocks, R. Weber. 2nd ROW: G. Skinner, B. Obenauf, R. Lones, R. Price, R. Hel- zer, R. Evans, R. Moeller, D. Radke, C. Smith. 3rd ROW: J. Obenauf, E. Miller, W. Reid, B. Grever, B. Stockinger, D. Veiling, D. Moran, W. Steffenhagen, D. Murphy, A. Knox. I I Mr ind Mrs lUl , n 1 .r r Iht I llkt I II ( lull t hil)iicl ihi ihimpiiin il thi I H shc « Hv.H.d I- , I It I ik, unih lull Ihi-, i- I 111 ( ! ill « rk 20 THE WAl ' KEGAN NEWS-Sl ' N , Wednesday, October 25. 1950 KNIGGE NAMeF 4-H PRESIDENT 30 Lake County Clubs Mergi To Concentrate Efforts On Countj ' Projects. GRAYSLAKE — A federation of Fou» ' -H clubs In Lake county was formed here last evening, at the Grayslake Community High school. The organization comprises 30 clubs of girls and 12 oi boys who selected as their officers: i Elwood Knigge. Lake Zurich! Seniors, president; Leroy Wegener] Waucondu-Volo club, vice presi-l dent: Helen Cazel, Little Women ' o( Liberty ville club, secretary; Vir- ginia Okubo, Mundeleln Maidens, treasurer; Mary Steffenhagen, Lake Zurich Juniors, reporter: and Doris Stone, Jolly Bunch of Grav.slake. Teereatlon chalrmaii Mlliam ()l: ' »au(. I:., si.n iif Mr. :,nd Mr .Michael Olienaiif, iind a mfmh.r i.f Ihc I :il Zurich Seninr Club, e hibili-d ihc ih:impi( Band 1st ROW: B. Nonnemacher, H. Knauth, G. Sturm, M. Hardenbergh, L. Poeschel, J. Nor- ling, L. Deschauer. 2nd ROW: L. Mionske, B. Wilson, T. Turner, J. Rinaldi, P. Dea- gan, S. Kruser, J. Sturm, C. Mionske, F. Cole, G. Phelps, V. Johnson, M. Cuscaden. 3rd ROW: H. Pollock, M, Shroyer, K. Eide, E. Langenbach, M. Murphy, R. Wendt, S. Martorano, P. Mure, D. Nielsen, L. Lohman, Mr. Hudson. Drum Majorettes 1st ROW: M. Lusk, M. Best. 2nd ROW: D. Meyer, P. Geary, D. Kureth, G. Sturm. K 1 o ' V : . Fl Ch or us 1st ROW: S. Stevens, M. Stokoe, F. DiCianni, P Martorano, M. Powell, B. Ballard, S, Martorano, P. Mure, M. Wolf, L. Smith, M. Blocks, J. Wilkins, M. Dybeck, J. Hersh- berger, C. Holme. 2nd ROW: V. Johnson, M. Best, M. Lusk, G. Sturm, P. Skiba, B. Wendt, M. Rizzo, J. Centoni, C. Reed, J. Valenti, R. Snyder, M. Nelson, K. Eide, P. Deagan, A. Dahm, L. Obenauf, L. Mionske. 3rd ROW: M, Worral, J. Rinaldl, S. Ander- son, L. Poeschel, J. Kruser, M. Hardenbergh, J. Ladd, Mr. Hudson, B. Nonnemacher, R. Lemar, D. Zenner, M. Murphy, D. Nichols, J. Sturm, B. Wilson. ti Orani itici Club 1st ROW: R, Iverson, M. Worral, D. Halvorsen, S. Kruser. 2nd ROW: E. Severance, R. Erickson, A. Duszynski, P. Webb, R. Helzer, A. Meyer, D. Hoist, G. Sturm, B. Berna- doni. 3rd ROW: T. Petrakovich, M. Nelson, P. Deagan, E. Langenbach, L. Mionske, J. Rinaldi, L. Deschauer, B. Nonnemacher, T , Gregory, Mr. Hudson. 4th ROW: M. Harden- bergh, J. Centoni, H. Pollock, J, Connelly, C. Reed, P. Mure, M. Cuscaden, B. Ballard, J. Ladd. f - s$ V. " Bear Facts 1st ROW: Miss Ruehmer, J. Norling, J. Noerenberg, H. Knauth, J. Ladd, A. Meyer. 2nd ROW: J. Kruser, B. Fredericksen, S. Dahm, R. Iverson, L. Lohmann, C. Christen- sen, A. Stiller, B. Eichmann, M. Cuscaden, M. Dybeclc, J. Holder, A. Duszynski, L. Mionske. 3rd ROW: L. Sakelson, D. Kureth, L. Severance, P. Mure, R. Synder, M. Hardenbergh, P. Deagan, J. Meyer, B. Ballard. -SS WT- - • I E Club 1st ROW: H. Dahm, J. Centoni, J. Connelly, B. Frank, M. Rizzo, T. Turner, G. Radke, A. Meyer. 2nd ROW: J. Meyer, J. Seavey, R. LaMarche, P. Mure, Mr. Lehmann, B. Wendt, A. Wilson, M. Shroyer, A. Weber, C. Wesner. 3rd ROW: S. Sijerson, M. Cusca- den, C. Reed, H. Pollock, B. Patterson, R. Stockinger, G. Connelly, S. Martorano, E. Knigge. PRE SIDENTS 1st ROW: D. Halvorsen, G. A. A. , Student Council; J. Kruser, Freshman Class; H. Knauth, Junior Class, Bear Facts; J. Holder, F. H. A.; 2nd ROW: A. Meyer, Dramatics Club; G. Farman, Senior Class; J. Norling, Elyte; E. Knigge, F.F.A. ; C. Reed, Sophomore Class. G.A A 1st ROW: M. Dybeck, A. Dahm, P. Deagan, J. Rackow, L. Smith, J. Rackow, A. Stiller. 2nd ROW: M. Pohlman, R. Iverson, M. Blocks, M. Nelson, S. Kruser, K. Eide, M. Lusk, M. Best. 3rd ROW: Miss Renigar, J. Norling, J. Ladd, D. Hoist, G. Sturm, J. Sturm, J. Kruser, H. Koch, L. Poeschel. 4th ROW: S. Dahm, D. Halvorsen, M. Worral, S. Sprague, S. Stevens, M. Steffenhagen, G. Licter, P. Gross, B. Berghorn, L. Hoist. 5th ROW: M. Hardenbergh, J. Holder, M. Farner, J. Sikula, D. Zenner, E. Knigge, S. Knigge, L. Sakelson, S. Garrett, B. Brenner. " Student Council 1st ROW: S. Garrett, Miss Jacquat, D. Halvorsen, M. Hardenbergh, J. Centoni. 2nd ROW: C. Wesner, B. Stockinger, D. Prouty. rorions 1st ROW (sitting): L. Mionske, B. Fredericksen. 2nd ROW: Miss Scheuppert, B. Derhone, B. Bernadoni, G. Sturm, B. Nonnemacher, L. Deschauer, A. Duszynski, D. Hoist. So } O J, It ' s i eev yoo cLto)i now ha. The Senior Class of ' fifty-one Is surely the greatest e ' er to come. Of the pool of knowledge we have tasted We don ' t believe our times been wasted. Not only honors and praises have we won, But statistics show we chew the most gum. Our class enrollment don ' t reach the sky, But as far as brains go, we really rate high. We don ' t like to brag, (isn ' t it a shame!) — But our float won first place at the homecoming game. Our prom and snowball were a huge success, And our plays were rated as the best. In athletics, dramatics and Music, We have more than stood our ground. Here we showed good sportsmanship too. Isn ' t it fun to have Seniors around? ? ? ? ? Everybody loves the Senior Class The shining example to all They leave advice to those that follow — " Be first to carry the ball. " ■I Class Will ARTICLE I We, the graduating class of Ela-Vernon High School, being of sound mind and body do or- dain and establish the following, as our last will and testament. SECTION I. To our principal of Ela-Vernon High School, Mr. Herbert L. Wesner, we leave our deepest appreciation for a job well done. Mr. Wesner, thoroughly familiar with the erring ways of his students, has successfully guided us through the first maize toward adulthood ' s high estate. SECTION n. To the rest of the faculty we leave our " thanks " for their kindness and patience. SECTION in. To the " left-over " and " oncoming " seniors we give this advice; forget your studies, have a good time, and spoil your chances of wearing a cap and gown. SECTION IV. To next year ' s jimiors we leave our ability to put on a truly fine prom, and to the underclassmen, we leave our foolish blunders and mistakes. ARTICLE n Lorraine Altmann leaves her ability to get along with everyone to Hal S. in hopes that he, too, will make many friends. Bruce Ballard leaves his night job to Greg P. in hopes he will have something to keep him busy at night. Joann Benson leaves her ability to get along with Miss Renigar to Joan N. so that the class will always agree with Miss Renigar. Bill Busch leaves his hobby, " women, " to Chuck W. , so that the girls will always have someone " to look up to. " Jerry Centoni wills his abUity to play football to Jerry S. in hopes that E. V. H. S. will always have a star fullback. John Connelly leaves his boisterous ways to George B. In hopes that George will be able to tell people the interesting things that happened to him. Harold Dahm leaves his trips to the " Loop " to George R. , so that he, too, can see the sights. Shirley Dahm leaves her parties to Thelma G., in hopes that next year ' s seniors will have some place to go for a good time. Lois Deschauer leaves her camera to Lorraine Raupp so that next year ' s Elyte will have good snap shots. Guy Farman leaves his blonde hair to Patty G. , so that she won ' t have to use the bottle anymore. Beverly Fredericksen wills her ability of sewing to Merr D. , so that she, too, will al- ways be busy " sewing on something. " . Georg Geiger leaves his " sarcasm " to anybody that wants it. Donna Halvorsen leaves her job of cheering to Dolores H., so that E.V.H.S. will always have a good cheerleader. Ruth Iverson leaves her jokes to Edith Langenbach so that the Senior class will always be laughing about something. Vivian Johnson leaves her quietness to Louise B. so that the Senior class will always be quiet. Elwood Knigge leaves his " pigs " to Cliff R. so that there always will be someone to win ribbons at the fair. Jean Ladd leaves her long shots to the team so that they will be able to make a lot of points. Joan Lawrence leaves her honor roll standing to Roger F. , Pete A. , and Danny S. in hopes that they will someday be on the honor roll. Lyle Lohmann leaves his " soda-jerkin " to Henry Butt, so that he, too, can make money after school. Don Maxwell wills his ability of doing nothing in Study Hall to Betty B. so that the study hall teacher won ' t have anything to do. Jim McBumey leaves his " A " in American History to David M. so that the teacher wUl have something to be proud of. August Meyer leave.s his car to his little sister so that she, too, can get to school just on time. Sam Martorano leaves his dancing talent to Bob F. so that there will be some boy to dance with the girls at noon. Paul Mure leaves the job of setting up the movie projector to anybody who wants to get out of some class. Mary Ellen Murphy leaves her talent at the piano to June R. so that Ela-Vernon will al- ways have a star pianist. Betty Nonnemacher leaves her " inside information " on Palatine to Dorothy N. so that the girls will have someone to tell them the news. Joan Norllng leaves her place in the chorus line to Ann C. so that she, too, will have something to be teased about. I Mary Ai n Pohlmann leaves the " alumni " to Lee Severance so that she, too, will have a " gay old time " . Mike Rizzo leaves the Freshman girls to Robert P. so that the freshmen will have some- body to look after them. Jim Seavey leaves his love for any girl to anybody who loves to chase women. Joan Sikula leaves her trick riding to Margot H. so that she, too, will be able to travel around the country with rodeos. Sijer Sijerson leaves the Chicago girls to Frank C. so that they will continue to know about Ela- Vernon High School. Angle Stathopoulas leaves her brilliant voice to the soprano section of chorus in hopes that they will learn to sing also. Terry Turner leaves his boy scout medals, to Tom R. so that there always will be a high ranking boy scout in the school. Robert Wendt leaves his singing to Gil C. so that the shower room won ' t be quite so dull next year. Mariann Worrall leaves her ability to get along with sailors to Donna K. so the U. S. Navy will have somebody from Ela-Vernon High School. Class History In September of 1947, thirty-four " freshies, " confused and bewildered by the strange atmosphere of high school, entered the halls of Ela Township known now as Ela-Vernon con- solidated High School. We, like our school, have progressed and increased in number during this time. After being properly initiated and received by the student body, we proceeded to adapt ourselves to this new life ahead of us. We elected August Meyer as our president, who was ably assisted in his leadership by vice-president, Sam Martorano; Treasurer, Jerry Centoni; and Secretary, Lorraine Altmann. During this, Donald Wright and Patricia Folsom joined our ranks. Patricia left later this same year. In our second year, we found life easier, as we were proud sophomores and had a full year ' s experience behing us. Our activities increased and soon we found ourselves selling re- freshments at the basketball games. The entire school had a magazine subscription sale in which our class was the " winner " . During the year we also sold stationery. In one of the school assemblies, our class presented two one-act plays, " Even Exchange: and " A Day For Truants. " To guide us in all our school, activities we chose Sam Martorano as president, Angeline Stathopoulos as secretary and Harold Dahm as treasurer. We were pleased to welcome to our class Joan Becker, Jerry Sheerin, Ken Dallmeyer, Jim Seavey, Betty Hobbs, and Joan Schwarzenhorn, but lost Betty Hobbs and Joan Schwarzenhorn later in the year. Others leaving us this year were Flaymond Clark, Rosemary Harvey, Raymond Brefeld, Robert Georgia and Leonard Gates. We were also very busy during the next, our Junior year. As money-making projects, we raffled off a blanket, radio, and iron; continued to sell refreshments at the games, and proudly presented our Junior Class Play, " Mother Is A Freshman " . Also near the top of our list of activities for the year was the Junior Prom. To our great joy, we received our class rings just before Christmas. This year we gained Joan Norlirg, Bruce Ballard, Joann Benson, Gloria Lamperes, Betty Joan Lawrence, and Sijer Sijerson, but lost Joan Becker, Lloyd Hase- man, Ruby Krueger, Gloria Lamperes, Ken Dallmeyer, Robert Sinclair, Donald Wright, and Merr Shroyer. Our class president was Harold Dahm for the first semester and Jerry Centoni for the second. Other class officers were Angeline Stathopoulos, vice-president; Gussie Mey- er, treasurer; and Kenneth Dallmeyer as secretary. Our Senior year has probably been the most eventful with the Homecoming Dance, the Snowball, the Senior trip. Senior Day, our class play, " Seventeenth Summer, " and graduation. To guide us on our path was Guy Farman, President; Terry Turner, Vice-President; Lois Deschauer, Secretary; and Woody Knigge as Treasurer. Jerry Sheerin left us this year, but we gained Joann Sikula, Mary Ellen Murphy, Georg Geiger, Marianne Worrall, Jim McBurney, and Don Maxwell. We will always remember the events of our high school years and will miss our teachers, classmates, advisors, and any others who gave us a boost up the ladder of education. - M ' C0KONA7ION Snowball CCOMZNG ■iVp fl H TAGE ■1 1 IH HHl£tlMr . l ' „ u. «c.«iji:U HIB MANAGERS [MI©tfni(i[P =1? IP Cn AiaM flcl7Ertising lUR ALL CHICAGO AND LOCAL NEWSPAPERS GENE FRANK ' S LAKE ZURICH NEWS AGENCY LAKE ZURICH, ILLINOIS PHOTO DEVELOPING AND SUPPLIES Lake Zurich Hardware A. W. KNIGGE Dealers in HARDWARE - PLUMBING - HEATING SHEET METAL WORK Phone Lake Zurich 3961 BRANDT ' S PHARMACY LAKE ZURICH ' S DRUG STORE " " PHONE: 5411 Farman ' s Hotel LAKE ZURICH ©. 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