Elburn High School - Trojan Yearbook (Elburn, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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' ' ' A " "-'ff---'Y' 'f"'ff: 'S ' -'V-"Simi W Z3'w,,A, .,-M Q -, Y -P2353 g-ii-wj35SQx'6?W1,..Q,.fv t':Sgggi.q: -:vit-4, H f .. , ,-..1f..-W. .W . ., v , . ma.: ,, he . v , .,,i,,F,.,.,.-M 054. ,, -Y ..:-f,,g,w,,-.2,- My ,.,.,,,,., ' -' A 'A V ' -H ' - ,X 1 LEFT TO RIGHT Fred Faber Assistant Editor Sylvra Shepard Edrtor Faith Dieter Beverly Boyer Layouts Jack Walters Photography Melvin Lye Nelson Howard Sales Joyce Koehler Richard Caldwell Typrsts and Kay Wise Write ups Absent when picture was taken Douglas Samuelson Photography Pzec With the passing of time, echoes of our school life will grow fainter and fainter, and then die away Gone forever will be the routine of school life, the fun we had and the friends we made It IS the hope of the 1957 Trolan staff that, as you glance through this book in the years to come, you will recapture those moments---and the echoes will begin again We the seniors of 57 are proud of our school combined with all the little things, added to the big things, which have made our school life an industrious and a happy one Being of sound mind and body we do hereby leave to the lunior class our position as seniors in sincere hopes it will be to them as dignified and honorable as it was to us To the sophomores, our position as upperclassmen which was ours to cherish and uphold To the freshman class of E H S , we leave the inspiration which guided us to progress and waiting success in the future. Ye5f we, as a class,leave to our fellow students, teachers, and to our school, the four wonderful years which have helped us tremendously to make our decisions, to acquire ideals, and to build hopes for the future. F ni i s , if!!! .Mf fi -- x WMM ff? TD Plym MA f fr J 3ff1U?WMW X165 jphfiif, I J, QW' 'k I If X Ijwy F ' 'rx' ' Q. P lv XX f S 'N X Nc ' xxlfgs l ! wx r S P it KX ,X xx 'K 4 We, the Senior Class of Elburn High School, dedicate the 1957 "Trojan" to our beloved CIOSSUIGTS, Lynda Lea Hoepner, who was fatally iniured in an accident on March 22, 1954. Lynda was trul a leader who la ed her art as a Student Council bility were so was kind, gentle cast a shining glow never to be forgotten. As we think of sincerity. She was truly a gift from God, whi Y P Y P representative and Queen of our Class. Her leadership and a that we have never forgotten it. Her spirit still I cannot say That 7 ii I, Mi A,E, FOSTER Agriculture Freshman Class Advisor Future Farmers of America SR PAUL B, MORRIS Band LAWRENCE MARTIN World History Speech Senior Class Advisor Drivers Training Senior Class Flay Af f 44 JOHN H, IOHANSEN Principal Chemistry Student Council SYLVIA FLINT Girls' Physical Education Pep Club Junior Class Advisor MRS. CLAIRE PETERSON Home Economics BRUCE PETERSON Social Science Boys' Physical Education Frosli-Soph Coach WILLIAM EBENEZER Mathematics Driver's Training Freshman Class Advisor Varsity Coach 7 ROBERT L, STARK Science Sophomore Class Advisor Science Club FLORENCE PLAGGE Coniinercial Senior Class Advisor Cardinal ALICE KAIN English Latin nv' DON MYERS Vocal Music Though summer turns to winter, And the present disappears, The laughter we were glad to share . Will echo through the years-- After the senior student becomes accustomed to his new role as a member of the busiest and most envied class, his thoughts turn to graduation . Four years ago that seemed more like a dream than a reality. Yes, our senior class looks back at four happy years of high school with a glowing satisfaction of what it has given to us. In hopes that you can share with us the highlights of these four memorable years, we present to you a pictorial account of what we refer to as "Moments to Remember". BEGINNING AS APPRENTICES-- We, the senior class of '57, entered the halls of E.H.S. in the fall of i953 as bewildered young people, but very eager to begin our period of apprenticeship in the art of education. Everything was new and exciting. Everyone was enthusiastic. Aside from being referred to as underclassmen we were given many privileges. Among these was the opportunity to elect officers. With our advisor Mr. Nate DeLong presiding, our class elected Kay Wise-President, Sylvia Shepard-Vice-President, Richard Caldwell-Treasurer, Betty Baldriclge-Secretary, and Nelson Howard and Beverly Boyer as Student Council representatives. Sylvia Shepard and Mike Hankes made very good representatives as our "King and Queen . " START TO JOURNEYMEN-- Some of the newness wore off, but not the excitement. As sophomore students we soon discovered that we had gained confidence and were capable of accepting responsibilities. We proved ourselves as we presented the Freshmen-Sophomore Initiation. We chose as our officers--Vandy Bland-President, Jack Walters-Vice-President, and Phyllis Sanderson-Secretary-Treasurer. Lynda Hoepner and Douglas Samuelson were our Student Council representatives. Reigning as King and Queen we proudly presented Lynda Hoepner and Ron Mason. Mrs. Morris and Mr. Stark were our class advisors. BECOMING SKI LLED CRAFTSMEN-- Beginning to specialize in the art of education, we as a class felt a feeling of security and attained dignity which accompanies the title With qreat anxiety of what our iunior ear would have in store for ' - , Y we eagerly began our activities. For our class officers we elected Beverly Boyer-President, Jack Walters Vice-President, and Sylvia Shepard-Secretary-Treasurer. Kay Wise and Douglas Samuelson were our Studen-t Council representatives. For the glorious Homecoming court, it was Kay Wise and Fred Faber as "King and Queen". With Mr. Peterson and Miss Kain as our class advisors we set a record for E.H.S our magnificent total for the magazine drive. With pockets full we began our plans for our Dance known by all as the "Winter Whirl". For the next point of activity we presented in the Moonlight", the Senior Prom. Yes, it was the year we shall never forget. ARTISTS SO TURNED TO GRADUATION-- ", we realized our school days at E.H.S. our "Commencement to the Adult Age." Howard-Vice-President, and Joyce the senior class on the chose Rex Wolf and Phyllis of the "Troian" 6056074 ll MI- Q Q il ixflrl-I Eff, www- 'M . as-'Cf MMM WMMPWQWMQM mwww ,515 I s f . ,f'X,,, ,, f Q, X .X x Q RICHARD CALDWELL Student Ciuacil lg 'S Q51 angkk NELSON HOWARD He has that style that smrle that wrnnrng way I Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 4 Pep Club 4 Vrce Presrdent 4 Student Councll 1 4 Natronal Merrt Scholarshrp Exam Selectee 4 Yearbook Staff 4 FRED FABER For he s a Jolly good fellowl Track 1 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4, F F A. 1 2 3 4 Secretary of F F A 4 Class Presrdent 4 Boys State 3 Krng of Class 3 Pep Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Chorus 2 JOYCE KOEHLER Chorus 1 2 3 4 Class Secretary Treasurer 4 Yearbook Staff 4 RICHARD CALDWELL A pal to many a frrend to all Track 2 Basketball 1 2 4 Cardmal 3 Class Treasurer 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Student Councrl 4 KAY WISE She s the Queen of the Balll Chorus 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Cheerleadrng Camp 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Cardrnal 1 2 3 4 Edrtor 3 Queen of Class 3 Class Presrdent 1 Student Councrl 3 4 Secretary 3 Presrdent 4 Yearbook Staff 4 IUANITA ANDRIES Gayer than laughter are you Card1nal2 3 4 Typrst 3 4 Chorus 1234 PepClub1234 JUDY ARNOLD Short and Sweet Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer KAY WISE Student Councrl bl" JUDITH ARNOLD sa, 6 5 ., L 4 vx i' ' , Fifi li ' ,,, ' 2 2 : 1, ,3, 4. ,, l - K I Q9 V V "She's a lady." 2 . . : ' .45 APE Q-flint FAITH DIETER FN BETTY BALDRIDGE Good natured and full of funl Card1nal2 3 Lunch Server 2 3 4 Offrce Worker 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Speech 1 2 3 4 Sect Speech Contest 2 Class Secretary 1 Grrls State 3 VANDY BLAND He looks shy but don t let that fool ou Class Presrdent 2 Basketball 1 2 Foot ball 1 2 Track 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 4 Chorus 1 2 BEVERLY BOYER She s Got Rhythm! Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 3 4 Accompamst 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent3 Class Presldent 3 Student Councrl 1 Natlonal Scholarshlp Exam Selecttee 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Glrls State 3 EUGENE CAPES A gerual guy who always makes a good rrme n1234 A1234Treasu 4 Pep Club 4 Chorus 4 Football 1 BOB CARLSON Who has the charm that very few Basketball 1 2 3 -1 Football 2 4 FAITH DIETER Are you warm are you real or Just a cold and lonely lowely work of art! Chorus 1 2, 3. 4: Cardmal 1,2 MARCIA GATES "So sweet the blush of bashfulness I" Transfer from St Charles .ZA Chorus 3, - Pep Club 3 4. BEVERLY BOYER ROBE CARLSON 1- X MARCIA GATES '-Q4 'lr' 6- l MERLYN GREER INELI HAMRIFN MIC NK55 CAROLYN HUGHES 4 ! ,, rt' wr KECK MERLYN GREER Quick with the answers! Transfer 3 F F A 3 4 F F A Officer 4 Football 3 Chorus 3 INELL HAMBLEN A girl with a flair for sports! Chorus 1 2 3 Cardinal 1 Pep Club 2 MICHAEL HANKES Let the rest of the world go by! F F A 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Pep Club 4- King of Class 1 CAROLYN HUGHES 'Speech is silver' silence is golden. " Band 1,2,3 4- Chorus 1,2 3 4, Chorus Accompanist 3- Pep Club 1 2 3, 4 DALE JOHNSON 'A wise man, like the moon only shows his bright side to the world ' nd 1,2 3,4- Chorus 3, 4- F F. A 3 4- Pep Club 4 Pep Club Officer 4 BILL KECK 'Just because I greet my troubles with a great big smile l" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g F. F. A. 1, 2, Foot- ball 25 Track 3, Premier Boys State 3. DEANNA KIMPAN "If she can't find anything to laugh about, she'll just giggle!" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 10 rt'Pf-Bt, 14, I BETTY NELSON R DOUG MUELSON MELVIN LYE What? No gtrls m heaven? Then just leave me hetel Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 Yearbook Staff 4 RONALD MASON A swell guy plus sparkltng blue eyesl F A 1 2 3 4 Manager 1 Ktng of Class 2 Track 1 Pep Club 4 BETTY NELSON A pleasant glrl there ts no doubt you never see her cry or pout Ban 1234 Chorus1234 IOHN PROKOP An mdtvtdual wtth lndtvtduallty Transfer 4 Band 4 Pep Club 4 DOUGLAS SAMUELSON Come ktds let s gtve Doug a toast the one boy our class can boast Student Counctl 3 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Football 1 2 Track 3 Chorus 1 2 4 Yearbook Staff 4 PHYLLIS SANDERSON Thts swell gtrl has a future plan and I thmk tt mcludes a man' Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Class Secretary Treasurer 2 Queen of Class 4 BILL SCHABEN A handy man to have aro1.nd the schooll Track 1 INO fUx wwgyysf I m E Pt-tYL1.1s sAND5RsoN WILLIAM SCHABEN . , . C . v , I . . 2 . 5 ' Q , .E . P F. . . . . . . .2: ' . 3 3 . 5""'A-fs. -V " ' ' . 'll . " -r , I.: --1-'ff-,A -. .. ' A z 5.3:-2'-2 lgsflfrvvg Igifg d 1 . 1 I . . . - X '- 32:35 -lair' f f C 'V z. f f? " ' . Q 5 - .. - . - . , .. ' . a . . . . , . 9 , 5 . 1 L . - I - Qu.. , . . 1 . . 5 , 1 , S " I Q s ' f . 1 4 l fx , PR li? 1 " . fv- DICK SCHROEDER He rules wrth an tron hand and a tender heart Football 1 Basketball 1 Track 1 Base ball 1 2 Chorus 1 2 SYLVIA SHEPARD Pleasant IS she and full of good tntentl Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Class Offrcer Vrce Prestdent 1 Secretary Treasurer 3 Queen of Class 1 Yearbook Staff Edrtor 4 Chorus 1 2 4 SYLVIA SHEPARD HENRY SWIFT Come w1th me 1n my lrttle hotrod F F A 1 3 4 Football 1 4? JACK WALTERS By the work one knows the workmanl Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Vtce Presldent 2 3 Student Councll 3 ,pf Yearbook Staff 4 JODEEN WILLIAMS Workrng hard and on the go rs none other than our Joi Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Red Cross Camp 2 REX WOLF Who loves the game beyond the prrzel Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4g F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Sentinel 35 King of Class 4. I2 5 U ' E sa aimnf 'z n IIL4-gre:-Engl 'v ' KJ V! b 1 SERS? A gif 1 fxrf' 'K 5 IP' . Q Q I - I' - Qt . 1' QM - W- . . 14 '. -Q,- J . Mell President -, 4 , ff if 'fl' 15' C i R. Erickson Student Council B. Boon y - iz., ' C. Harter P. Herbert 7f .W D. Wilson Vice-President M. Witt Student Council 11 4 -flew v gif 133 , +-df' 5 , F . Burton C . Huntoon bn-.M 761 '.l " fog, , V ,LLM 2 ff - K N. Johnson G. Kanstrup -5.1 l ' 1, ' as ' sf!! 1 l V m X1-ef, , nf. "' A , i' f N 1 i i I W. Keirerleber l.. King IV V ii 3: x , 2 -07' ' nr M. Lye W we .4-L ffm ' F. McCannon M. Paulson . 4 , . " Q.: f C. Maier K. Probst y ozlbfamw is if -al-6 7953 'i f f ifxiii a-fist 1 J. Read l. Rceser We, the class of '57, with best wishes for success, do hereby concede to the Juniors all the dignity, the duties and respon- sibilities of being Seniors. We sincerely hope that the year to come will be as exciting and enjoyable For you as our final year of "Moments to Remember", has been for us. 4. nay ., it W q H .. . VH 4' L. r.,,,,,..-f , F' Th gtg:-I. W M. Rissman P. Scanlon J. Shouba .Q-157 Alba' l"", ' .4 "'f',, r we X fa Q '4-5 W ' fjvr' A ! ' . -ff , "' K if K ' e A ,X , 2' ,-X, R. Smith J. Stouffer D. Thomas T. Walter R. Williams J. Myers fha 1 ,lag HBSENT ff it ' - V ' R. Koehling President R. Hoyt Student Council 1. 1 ' 1: wwf-' 5' A R QKQ' Q D. Anderson S.. is M. Baltar ii . ' X Z . 1 Q I X. W. Breedlove S. Dodd D. Paulson Vice-President ' tx-.:.' . A S. Baltar lar "UU 1 fs... L. Burton R. Ebert if 4, ?f fin . T . Miller Secretary-Treasurer A. Mueller Student Council ' . iw f' . 55' X I ' "" .Q 1 1 we ' . ... vii" L. Benson I. Bolly S. Bowers u 3 1 f i? Wi' , 'x ,fx 7 - .. . " ' A . K, -. . 'X , i X :fy W. Cardin R. Carlson D. Conville V. Edwards L. Fabris J. Feece .Q-sn . , , ' ,K ' 2, ' ,sq ,T ' 'f 1 c, 5 1 M. Andries L. Braaton 5 3.22 . " 3 1. Corrigan D. Frogness K Johnson -A ' Q I " 0 if I HQSENT I i i Student Council I , R. Seymour D A.Cf4l-.-1 A Yunupiim D Anderson J Anderson L lies E Boon I Cardin J Domeden madman ,p 2 F KP' Z W 533 rf' X 1 Q 'gi A5 so xi D. Goebel Vice - President N Anderson C . Lakin Secretary R Bateman K Bullington D Caldwell 7 5 W Doyle L Elliot 'wr -J N . Erickson Student Council J Benson D Capes C Entwrstle ,AG izl. Y H by hc R Erlckson C Frantz J Gxlmore S Grlmore 'pub' J Hawley D Henderson E Goetz N1 Gordon L Greer Greymer ,Y-. 5 Herbert R I-lerra D Heuertz R A Horn A James Jeter if' K Ken on L KIITIP M Landls D Long M Johnson I Jones 3, 'Z 1 ff' ax R Newrson C Nelson D Marte: B Macrhys D Morley W Meyers , S A F-42 ' Dv I V ., , M' I . Q N, qqzgzz , or or - fs H I Q 1 . A . . B. . . ' x - F X 5 , sf D ' N' . K X . I N via R r xg . . . . . J. . W. 1. .4 r A x, X 'J 1-.ff '. . . ' . ' an . ' . M Nler 3' F Poolc S Probst Saloga C Scanlon 'vw -v-.04 --'V G Thlll Thomas J Paulson J Paulson B Phelps -,rf P Prokop B Roberts W Roesler M Rooney Ewa D Schmgoethe T S1ebert K Souders R Taylor Thornton D Vaughan Walker E Wh11d1H ,X To RBSENT FXBSENT I WISE J Wnhey T Yearton J Funk L We1lancl V . " 1 v . E? I A 4? ws' .. H- ' 'h a i - 'mxk A , I "' A ,4 T' I V7 - " .7 Aff 1"' 'I fi! R' I :al A 5 P . l1',o 1 ,R 'oaa T an + no A - A ' 1 ',-l ff A l . V V A .Z Av .V , I U Vik A la, M ,M ka I Vyix , as 3 ,.f ,I f -f , r - V 'Q . ' h X 9 , if -- 5 f , M sg! gi' uh 'VVZA 55 2 -nil A ' , fvv ala Q an "' wa s A l - f -"' .lufw ff 'J - , .1 7 A VVI, E , ,, V I . ' J. E. . N. - ' ' Tx ' H K: 1 ish, . .7 4, h ,Mc 5 ada Z P' gf ,J K 3. ' . 4 Q ff' " l Q ---,L 5 25 A-O-u"'L2 web F. Faber J. Walters FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B, Koehling, B, Smith, A. Meyers, B, Boon, SECOND ROW: Tom Walters, Managerg J, Mell, K. Koehler, T, Miller, E, Love, B, Breedlove, J. Doyle, Manager. THIRD ROW: M. Smith, B, Hartman, C. Baldridge, J, Feece, J. Shouba, L. Fabris, Coach, Mr. Peterson. R. Wolf M. Lye B. Smith Oswego 58 1 '4 Batavia :ual Elburn 67 5 ,"' 6 Elburn 101 Elburn 59 1, 2 Elburn 59 112 Batavia 58 Elburn 88 Elhurn 533 1123 Elburn Elbtxrn Malta Central St. Edwards fElginj Oswego Elburn Geneva DeKalb fFresh-Soph.j Little Eight Conference Track Meet-Champions Decathlon Championship-Jack Walters 84 Rex Wolf J. Mell ecwoa faced 1X2 1X2 U2 2X3 Plano Huntley Dundee Plano Genoa 4 U2 C, Baldridge B. Boone Coach B. Peterson, L. Fabris, C, Baldridge, B. Hartman, I. Mell, J. Shouba, A. Meyers, B. Boon, E. Love, B. Breedlove T. Miller, J, Feece, B. Koehling, M. Smith. K. Koehler. Lye Walters Wolf Faber Baldridge Boon Probst Koehlirlg Final Individual Statistics PASSING Attempts Complete Yards lvlell 40 23 242 Lye 23 12 Boon 20 9 ,mf Coach Peterson RUSHING Attempts Yards Average Lye 50 601 12, O Walters 53 454 8, 6 Faber 12 114 9. 5 Probst 12 79 6. 6 SCORING Mell 8 74 9. 3 Boon 18 50 2, 8 T'D E. P. Total Baldridge 1 7 7, O 9 1 55 5 O 30 4 3 27 SEASON RECORD 1 4 10 ' Coach Ebenezer 1 1 7 WON-2 LOST-4 1 O 6 Elburn 28 Kirkland 6 O 1 1 Central 18 Elburn 7 O 1 1 Genoa-Kingston 34 Elburn 7 Elburn 45 Kirkland 37 Central 37 Elburn 25 Genoa -Kingston 32 Elburn 26 SEATEDg T, Siebert Manager, FIRST ROW: D, Molitor, L. Braaten, M. Rooney, M. Smith, J. Halter, A. Swan, E. Entwistle, E. Love, B, Breedlove, SECOND ROW: B, Peterson, Coach, C, Lakin, D, Conville, B, Jeter, B, Johnson, N, Erickson, E, Wliildin, B. Roesler, R. Seymore, J. Dorneden. 24 ' Q I 11 , I i f E M Jack Walters Charles Baldridge Rex Wolf Fred Faber R Al1 A 6' 522455 Y ,, .. f Q, . 3. ,.1,.f ,V L A .X FIRST ROW: J, Walters, Halfbackg D. Jahns, Centerg R, Herra, Center: 1. Mell, Quarterbackg B, Koehling, Center, SECOND ROW: B. Boon, Halfbackg B, Hartman, Endg F. Faber, Endg M, Lye, Halfbackg R, Wolf, Endg C, Baldridge, Endg K, Probst, Halfback, si e f 2 K W , -Q V V K L, k,' P 1 :fa O 'Nqr Kenny Probst Melvin Lye Jerry Mell Dick Jahns Mazza 7073054 Mel Lye Forward X0 6 'I' go J' ,146 ll Wlllnom Ebenezer Rex Wolf Couch Chuck Boldrldge Forward Cenfer O e L-,XL Kenny Probsf Bull Keck Cold ?ov'N0'a Guord Center d well 26 LEFT TO RIGHT D IMISOI1, M. Ilardt, M. Witt, I3 Niatthxs P Sexmour K, Wise, Plainfield Waterman Mooseheart Genoa Hampshire Central Yorkville Big Rock Marmlon Somonauk Hampshire Maple Park Batavia Oswego Malta Earvi I le Central Huntley WINS 7956- gczceelffaif 795 7 emma 'e fecamf Genoa Hinkley HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT Naperville West Chicago Oswego LITTLE "8" TOURNAMENT Maple Park Genoa Malta DICTRICT TOURNAMENT Mooseheart Geneva Plainfield LO SES 9 ck e tx 1 Caldm 39 ' 72 57 79 ' 81 51 45 66 ' 67 57 64 ' 57 83 65 74 49 59 ' ' 20 S KINEELHNG Coac I W, Ebenezer. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Probsr, J, Walters, B, Lye C Baldrldge , R, Wolf, J, tell, T, 'ell, 256 ?zaaZ,- 5 ' FIRST ROW D Molltor N Enckson C Lakm D Convllle D Anderson I Corrlgon SECOND ROW I Dorneden W Doyle E Saloga E Wluldln M Rooney W Roesler L Krrnpan BACK ROW B Koehlrng E Boon B Hartman J Feece R Carlson B Breedlove Coach B Peterson mean 4 Zeeman! P l a I nfl e Id Waterman Maoselneart Genoa Hampshl re Central Yorkvl l le Serena Marmlon Somona uk Hampshl re Batavia Maple Park Oswego Earlvllle Central Hinkley Genoa Maple Park Hampshire Molfa Srmrlr 28 Peterson 25 ' ' 4l 27 3l ' 38 40 ' ' 34 37 ' 42 43 ' 28 ' 40 35 66 Malta 24 ' 54 44 . 28 55 31 ' 40 MANAGERS: Torn Walters, Tom Slebert, Bob WINS 7 LOSSES l5 COACH Bruce I I ML c2.uao.9JQa,,OwJYm4bm5,g X 'Ji T f 'N ,Q ., , , 3' ' Kb-all F K , , ' -'T X N A , , lb T f ' .4-'nb - q S525 vbllpv o ' - OIT'-4 N laden! ec? 'WI FIRST ROW Karen Johnson Norman Erickson Ann Mueller SECOND ROW Dianne Wilson Nelson Howard Richard Caldwell Robert Hoyt Secretary Treasurer Mary Lou Witt 1ce President Mr Johansen Advisor STANDING Kay Wrse President Q-it-+,f-trot nr 13 ,- L FIRST ROW:E -Goetz D Henderson P Seymour K Wise J Moetz S Anderson K Bullington SECOND ROW K Kenyon C Nelson R. Caldwell M Lye S Dodd D Jones P Reeser L Burton STANDING:M Rooney C Entwistle' L. Elliott W Myers I James J Anderson K Johnson R. Erickson D Wilson J Sanderson K Wilkison D Paulson N Anderson S Gilmore J Hawley J Andries 30 'SS QXW 'VD' E-as ees: wwf' -9.1 ., -2 G+ SL 2 Pi 52 i '11 "HQ" f'-13 6-W1 Nfl A fl! FIRST ROW C Baldndge Vtce Prestdent I: Capes lreasuter F Faber Secretary M Greer Reporter H Swtft Senunel R Wolf Prestdent A E Foster Advtsor SECOND ROW L Greer D Heuertz D Goebel THIRD ROW D Capes L. Wetland L. Ellrott I Dorneden V Edwards M Nrer FOURTH ROW D Long D Schlngoethe D Rlssman B Smtth FIFTH ROW D ,lohmon Huntoon R Bateman E Whtldrn W Jeter SIXTH ROW M Gordon K Ptobst E Matter LBl1ss C Entwrstle SEVENTH ROW F McCannon, M. Hankes D Bolly I Feece D. Gould, R. Mason. L. Fabrts, M. Smrth J. Harter. TOP ROW I. Krmpan, 31 - V- y ",IQL.C3 . t a 5' gui:-:. -'zrfiiqf ' . pls' V, ' I I go QT My-349 " x gf- , S -5' . E, A I . l,- l:T 'A 'v .L l. ,L ' M fb - ' I I f -. ' 'if " .5 , :rg H' 5 in 31' N : I L - X 5 . 1 'Z 'Lui ' "- -1-7 I 3 4 'I :1 ' Q-.. p . 1 I' Z! L I 1 , . . : . -tr'-'N' f 2- :.. z., ':. 4 1 . . . ' . : . . . . . . : . . ' . 4 . . ,. :. ,.' ,.'. :.',C. . - . . ' . . . Z . . . . . , ', . ' . : ' . : ' . . . , . . Edeedeadew Kay WiS6 Mary Lou Witt Prrscrlla Seymour M31-llyn Hgrdt Barbara Matthys Dunne W115011 BA FIRST ROW B Matthys M Hardt P Seymour Secretary G Bullrngron Vrce Presldent D Johnson Presrdent C Marer Advrsor Mrs Flrnt D Wrlson M Wrtt K Wrse SECOND ROW P Reeser B Baldrtdge I Reeser M Paulson P Herbert C Harter G Kanstrup C Hughes D Krrnpan M Gates I Hamblen THIRD ROW B Nelson S Hoepner D Paulson D James M Anderson R Wrlllams K Wrlkrson S Wrlkrson J Andrles D Thomas P Sanderson I Wrlllams FOURTH ROW B Boyer P Johnson C Mercer S Shepard M Rrssman J Stouffer D Andrres K Herbert J Sanderson M Baltar A Mreller J Moetz S Baltar 1 Arnold r-P1 KRD - FIRST ROW J Prokop M Greer R Hamblen F Faber M Hankes V Bland E Capes R. Mason B Boon D Morley N Howard SFCOND ROW D Andersor R Horn S Anderson N IOhr1SOD E TTIOIHIOH F BUNCH yers Sean R Errcksol C' Nelson S Dodd B Lye THIRD ROW K Kenyon M Landrs D Henderson ullrnbton J W -. d rson An rso Pau son rnson Jam s Funk S Herbert E Go C Scanlon 32 ff A d 1 , -f - s ' we ' 'N' M il lf' ' L, as ,, D . ,N ' - ,, A I g Ivfxit , A si' a s.,l ! ' MH is ' If se we ,f-'H 4 - M3 I Q ' I I I7 ., f . I v ' az I P' 4 ', - I..M' . lon, n. ' N 1, ,.: 'i . . 1' .. . " .u 1 :l . .. . .. V' . K. B ' v , . lse, N. in e , J. de n, I. ' l , K. Jol ' . J. ey J. . '. . . eta. Zmwl The band of Elburn High School, combined with that of Maple Park, under the direction of Mr. Paul Morris, forms the Kaneland District Band. The District Band performed in the Fall Festival held in November and the Spring Concert given in May The District Marching Band also contributes to local parades and activities A Band Contest, in which the Elburn Band participated, was held at Belvidere in April 'Utd The Vocal Music Department of Elburn High School is directed by Mr Don Myers Students participating in this department make up both a Mixed Chorus and a Girls Chorus which performed in the Fall Festival and the Music Contest this year The chorus accompanlsts are Beverly Boyer and Richard Erickson ,eeecl The speech contestants this year were Betty Baldrldge Carol Mercer and Priscilla Seymour Mr Martin acted as their advisor Priscilla and Betty attended the speech contest held at Joliet Illinois Betty gave an extemporary verse reading and Prls llla, a serious reading Betty received a fifth place rating on her work Betty Baldridge Priscilla Seymour Carol Mercer 33 . . . . . , . . I I . I 0 I I , . c . . L - 'C kr i -1 ir -- A ' 7 A 27, f" ' tr 4 FIRST ROW P Prokop D Wrlson D Paulson B Matthys C Mercer C Hughes M Baltar SECOND ROW D Convrlle K Wrlkrson M Landls R. Errckson K Meyers C Nelson F Holbert R. Benson D Anderson D Vaughan N Errckson D Johnson THIRD ROW P Johnson J James J Wrthey E Capes T Walters R Hoyt J Motz R Seymour R Bateman E Whlldrn B Greyer R. Horn C lakrn J Anderson K Johnson FOURTH ROW D Capes E Goetz B Boyer N Howard PaulB Morrrs DrrectorJ Mell J Prokop S Hoepner B Nelson W Meyers L Elltot P Sanderson S Shepard Nil gonna! 771416464 l l l : . , . ' . . , . , . . . , . . : . I D p I I . 1 I 1 I 1 I I I l I I I . , . . : . . . . . ' . . , . ' . . . . , . . , . , . . . . ' , . , . . : .- . . . , . . , . V Kip , ' kv V K t y ,1, ' .' I -3. , ' ,ff L, 'L . 'if , -W , f Q . - , V ,, TZ'Z:5'3-A' '23 J' ' ' -' , n , 7 . .J .. it., , V4 fr ,M-5 ,421 W 1 I f 1 gf- , ,,' E . V v 71, , f 'W' iQ M- Y 'f ' All " " ,Q L. is inf, apr -fx M I I - 5 A ,, ,V 1' fi fl? JT 5' ' '- " "4 f M "wp r " M f ,V-Z A s,.. V N , 4 Y , V W,-.r . 3, L 'qv - 3 J- .. C 4 J V 4,1 "' ' ' ' f , " .. . , M ,' -' - ' O ' - 9? SAXOPHONE SOLO R Hoyt Zane! nlealcmle cg 1115 'QI 3 ...1 CLARINET QUARTET D Anderson W1lson P Prokop ABSENT D Paulson ,vw V-Of x li' ff!!! 3 nz SAXOPHOVE QL ARTET Walterb R Benson S Hoepner E Capeb 1-19 FLUTE DULT C Mercer M Balta ALL STATE BAND REPRESENTATIVE I Prokop Bass Horn L f,' wr. j LT1 1-o..u.. O UO 5,2 5+-I 58 5 'Jn 27, 'Q 'J"'? f." .i ini' LU. MH" , I l 3 fl ll i 1 .5 L ,. 1 'K i -31, 0 ig' f'.A'1:.' ble'-pf l f ll 4 . , it NX I t l I bf lx . 5 . if ' l, --6? b.. X y ,.. 1-u-in ,mv , A I ,,..---V-...va YV f+...,?- The Vocal Music Department of Elburn High School consists of 56 members of our student body who enjoy singing. Mondays and Wednesdays are known as "chorus days" at E.H.S., for that is when Mr. Myers spends his mornings directing the chorus as they learn new songs and perfect better known ones. We are all proud of the performances given at the Fall Festival, the Music Con- X N test, and the Spring Concert. Yes, we salute you, Mr. Myers and the chorus of Elburn High School. 70646 FIRST ROW: D, Andries, S, Herbert, R. Erickson, J, Withey, B. Burton, P. Herbert, M, Gates, C. Hughes, D. Kimpan, Don S. Herbert, L, King, P. Seymour, M. Landis, J. Sanderson, B. J, Andries, D. James, S. Dodd, S. Wilkinson. THIRD ROW: P F. Faber. R. Hoyt. E. Capes, F, Hubert, R. Bateman, N, Howard K, johnson, j. Funk, f iw ff -+- F. Faber M. Baltar 36 W . . 1 i 02,0 9 fl: 'Al ' f 1' X 1' X EL I J 1 A I, 4 , I V 1 sr l ! x' I 1 1 Anderson, R, Horn, C. Nelson, I. Myers, D, Paulson, B, Nelson, L. W irector. SECOND ROW:I. Motz, K. Myers. I. Williams. J. Koehler. , Bullington, A, Mueller, M. Baltar, S, Bowers, K, Wise, J. Bolly, Boyer, F. Dieter, S. Baltar, C. Mercer, T, Walters, D. Johnson, I , Schingoethe, W. Myers, M. Anderson, S. Shepard, D. Jones, 1 ' . 1 1 l .A F A , 4 1 Ili - I ' P sg If '21, anna:-new A.-' f-'-- X ' 'l -- ' 'E ' r -A4 ec. Wfj, ,"' J ,V 7? f' M ' 5 'C ,rr,' Tvfegxi, ' .-.inf 3 . . F. Holbert J, Koehler R. Bateman 37 D x 4 -gf' S N H ' N v f , 6? ,xx f X, XY Y I ZW! 076566 -' , x, , Saw Wzcifcalfcaa 'ig IN ORDER FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS Queen Barbara Matthys Krng Clare lakln SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS Queen Ann Mueller Krng Bob Koehlrng SENIOR QUEEN Phyllrs Sanderson KING Rex Wolf JUNIOR ATTENDANTS Oneen Carol Marer Kmg Chuck Baldrrdge MD, Y, XA' napa which p . al' is mi De? X Hom rm' Pose 1 gm Cir 1 , Q nv, C e Couple. Dancing up a storm. .I . w W, H, -y a , A V ra- . me Came A mg smxxe fo' BOY th . at. h s ard on the feet! 45 WQAQ napa ft, ,Jiri 94s-AS, MAINTENANCE - I. Ramer CUSTODIAN - M. Tierney CUSTODIAN - R. Jahns WC1.. LUNCH SERVERS Mrs Bowers B Baldrldge L Benson andL Newtson X' 44,3 N '-rs xx gif' X . Q :Www Mins.. BUS DRIVERS R Iahns Mrs Crow R. Stark W Ebenezar Absent when prcture was taken C Boyer andD Moore K- xg :iv ' , "' K is " ll 1' Aka BX, SCHOOL SECRETARY - Mrs. Wise fi? " fi V Jig, K YL1 jr, V, , I wi k T fv- am ffl . ? mn b x, VA -C" , ,rh, M R ',,:r j 1. V - 5 o z ,MBB no f ff 'V B o I ,lff K f 3 f", f f ' -,., ,rx J Q 4 ' - ,, jg, ., I ' X ' ,Z -L ' A 77Zem0fz6am We, the yearbook staff of '57, would like to bring recognition to our yearbook advisor, Miss Bancroft, who passed away in March of l957. Miss Bancroft acted as the Home Economics teacher of Elburn High for the past eight years. Our appreciation of her help, advice, and guidance is felt deeply. To the student body, she was of great importance to success and advancement We as a staff have tried to carry out her ideals and standards as we present our version of the l957 Trojan. 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