Elgin Academy - Hilltop Yearbook (Elgin, IL)

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"' "-3' tis.. 'faxvxfnag Mr. Lee C. Wlird President Mr. Harry XYalsh. Jr. Yic'e'Presiclent Mr, Richard West Seeretary Mr. George P. Edwards Treasurer Mr. G. P. johnson Mr. Robert E. Anderson Mr. Charles R. Blomberg Mr. Ernest R. Ludwig Mrs. William D. Rich Mrs. Il z-11 ry E. Cooke, jr. Mr. William K, Child ADMINISTRATION OF THE ELGIN ACADEMY J. M. Thompson Headmaster THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES THE 1959 HILLTOP STAFF IF T IU RIC 117 3119111 M1111 Brid 'North C111'xs51 C'1II1IJ1Jf'11 Robert Sxszwfw 1611 XxlL1lITll R1111 1111lfr1S111 S1111 llff 1111111 N 11111 Duck 111110 11111161 P OH Ill IX w 113 1111 1J1111f' Qon '111 1930 1111111011 15 c1ec11c111c1 10 0111 111011101 X11 911111111111 111 'IIJIJICCIWIIOD 01 1111 111116 116 111- spent 1111151111 11N put 101111111 111 1 ue 0 1115 LIYICLINIIIIC 111 1111 um COLII1 11 and of 1110 H1'1T1X plefxnm 1111111o111S 01 E1 111 'XC'1C1L111'x 1111c1 111 3 .lf H 2 . ,Q .A 1' , 1 .v , 1: I' 1 1. A ' . 'H jg ' NVQ 1, " . 01, . Br '- K1 1 1' ,. " . I Q . 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Chicago, Illmoxs Chorus L25 Musart Club Q35 Football C35 Orange Club I c O 81.B Staff 145, l 7 l ?'7 1 D K 3 10 eanlawtan Princeton, Illinois Merit Status Aeichlorian Vice President 543 Beta Club President 543 Camera Club 53,43 Musart Club President 543 O SL B Reporter 53,3 Homecoming Court 543 "Mrs, McThing" 533 K'Pullman Car Hiawatha" 533 Black Club .Juice Wie Way Elxzln Illinois Nierit Status Class President 51 93 Xeichlorian Treasurer 543 Beta Club 53 43 Cheerleader l 7 3 4 Captain Chorus 510 3 43 Dramatic Club 4 llomeronnn Court 543 Xi isque ind Cixel 33 Niusirt Club 51 '7 3 4 OQ.BSt1ff517343 -X Child Is Born 543 The Curious Six 1 e 54 Orange Club Dafa Chicago Illinois Chess Club 53 43 Chorus 53 43 Ensemble 543 Musart Club 53 43 O Sc B Staff 543 A Child Is Born 543 Pullman Car Hiawatha 533 Basketball 53 43 Football 53 43 Track 53 43 Blick Club J , 7 if - M fr - M . . l L ss . f . . , r .-.. . 533 . U 5 U . 1, A .' 5 . ' 5 C L .-. . ,, . .. rs - Y U .. 5 ' i 1 LD 3 . 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THE JUNICR CLASS sf Cesar Acex edo Susan Adalr Lynn Bartholomew Mxchael Bayer Ellen Jo Benton Wu! Alda Blrzcrson Margaret Bracken Nhchael Brown Don Campbell Jane Danrelson 18 if , ,, gl' 'Q A' I 7'V V ' or , y , i2 , A I9 1 , Richard Ferris Ed Gordon George Hausser Stephen Janisch Merry jenison Nanette Kohn Denms Lea Nancy Lutz Lynn Rodrlquez Lmda Schuur 'L' Peter Sears Fredenrk Spleker Leroy Swanson Blame Temphn John Toggwexler Ku Lllrmch Dan1 X on Schrader M1chael Wenckus Wlllnam YN oollett 19 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Scott Allen Robert Dehl amd' ohn Harrxs Wesley Frank Alven Balthls James Stephame Burrltt Brown oe Ferns Catherme Elame Deborah Dethlef son Edwards mv HW' Wxlham Garner Bonlta Robm Izwm Lowe Bettma Martens Moews Peter Coebergh Karen B1ond1 ohn Ensmxnger Wxlham Garrxson Dorothy Schetgen Barbara Lowry Mxchael Schwab Ru h 1rd KN clls Susan Donald Sehnen Starrett ohn Summers Robert Thomsen Thomas Dan Whlte 20 Youngers Calx m Wasson Story Betsy Bacon Llnda Hammond Katena Nentes THE FRESHMAN CLASS Bruce Brandes Scott Charles Gertrude Brxdge Denms Cxsney Cooke Susan Margaret Lowe McCorm1ck Karen Olson Mlchael james Hyland Johnston Kent Olson Paul Schroeder Dareen Valene Podzamsky Rlley Das xd Shckenmey er Pemn Robert NN ade YN llson 21 ? Natalle Somolxk Dorothy Zimmerman Frymark Frederxck Nelson Chrls Rogers do Donald Zellet lJ.iI1 0.11111-11111 -I.:r::'w C'.4v'x' i'.1th':ir1f'Riv-p1- Ixmhfv-v-1.Sl1r'.xn cjllIiSc:UI1IlUl' R.111fl.1ll K1'yst0svk IJIAIIIII' If-rw-11 klullll Sm-ylmlcl lIl'.H1 U1-my iii , EIGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE .pf fi-19,104 K. I Jay Hzmrm Thomas Kfottm' Heather Bankard Dcvruthy Tate' Xnm- Ifdwzirclk B.11lf.z11n Ifefidf-r lPrmg11dD.1xis 13.1111 Xfilllkllillikfll Dmmlcl Ilf-inlvr Ilcwrmlcl PVYVIEE Gr-oral' Sf-1 he-1' FACULTY C. Dean Chipman M.A. Northwestern University Columbia L niversity Director of the Art Gallery .liz Bert Beecher B A Northern Ilhnois University English Grace Crawford M A Unnersity of Chicago Columbia Lnl versity Reading Center Edith Brockenbrough B A Weird Belmont College Tutor Cirolxn Doine B S Eistern Illinois Lmx CTSIIX Speech 3 y 1 v ,.. . . , . ,. . V A ' L .iv K . . XX , 1 ,-. '7 C Doane B S Eastern Illinois Unix ersity Assistant Headmaster Social Stud1es Athletic Director Kenneth D Goldsmlth B S L nu ersxtv of Louisville Goxernment Sociology Athletles Leonard Jacobson B S Mathematics Science Athletlcs Leland T Hanson PhM Manchester College Lmxerslty f Wisconsin Mathematics and Sears Hall Dorm Master Frank Kimmel B S 'Northern Illinois Lnnersity Biology Chemlstry Athletics 24 . J. , . . Northern Illinois University I, . l " ' o Constance Koehne 15 A DePaul L nn ersxty MUSIC A W Mead MS IlllHOlS State 'Normal Lmwerslty Um xersxty of I1lmo1s 'vhthematlrs Physlcs College Coun selmg william Koehne 'VI LX Y Yale Lmxerslty Lnlwerslty of Mlch :gan French Sp msh Athletxcs Donald Mxller NI M Northwestern L n1xers1ty Muslc Homer T Orsborn B A 'Mount L n1on College Latm Tenms Coach 25 . V . , . , . .2, Bernice Rabe Nnional College of Education 'Nurserx Eliza X an Pelt B A Ripon College Llbrary Harry H Spaulding M A Illinois Hlstory Psychology Richard Dobbert Swimming Mary Hanson Girls Athletlcs David Schauffler M M 'Northwestern L nix erslty Director of Choral Actnmes Arne Taylor NI S Betty Hillmer Volkenmg B M Douglass College Northern Illinois Unnersity English 26 American Conserx atory of Music Violin and Piano . , . . University of Michigan, University of , . . , . , . . v I l - ' , I I 7 A A v l STAFF Ilda. Dans Financial Secretary Elaine Hall Admissions Direc or Housemothers Nina Baker Joyce Beecher R N Ruth Levine Bessie Zimmemian Della Pillinger Dorothw Nolan secretarx Joseph Nolan. auditor Ida Karsten. Curator of the art gallery Secretary to he Headmaster Hazel Schultz Leo Schultz Dining Room Buildings and Grounds J F7 W1 1 I A .X xv ni kX N I I THE NEW GYMNASIUM DEDI CA TION SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 7958 awww' 30 DEDICATION REMARKS BY .I. M. THOMPSON, HEADMASTER It is indeed a pleasure to welcome all of you back to the Elgin Academy campus for the homecoming fes- tivities in general and, more specifically, for the dedi- cation of this gymnasium. I hope that the events of the day may mean much to each of you and that you will feel well repaid for coming. One's circulation always benefits from the thrill of seeing the old school - with new hands carrying on in the old tradition. Alumni will recall past glories on the athletic Held and they will be pulling for pres- ent teams to duplicate those attainments. Our student body will be challenged to maximal effort as they learn of past glories. Parents will sense that their children are in an environment that encourages achievement on the field and in the classroom. Alfred Tennyson stated a great truth when he said, 'SI am a part of all that I have met." It applies to all of us here, and that is good. Elgin Academy is a part of each of you, and you in turn are a part of the Academy. No one could attend our school without having his life altered to some extent. For my part, I hope that Elgin Academy will always have a place in your thinking and that you will make the school's problems your problems, the school's successes your satisfaction and the school's future your concern. We accept the statement that the school is a place where the past and future meet. You who have at- tended school here will recall the old days of great excitement over athletic contests. You will recall the many years of dreaming about - and hoping for - a new gymnasium. You will see the great new possi- bilities for our school as this gymnasium is put into operation. Perhaps you will feel that this gymnasium is the beginning of a new era of usefulness for our school. and that the coming years will see other great steps forward. It is true that buildings do not constitute the school, that our school is made up of the learning activities that take place here. Be that as it may, a building such as this will provide the setting for a vastly more com- prehensive athletic program and for many other essen- tial phases of school activity. Your presence today is an indication of your interest and your loyalty. It demonstrates your approval of the action taken by our Board of Trustees in constructing this building. YVe may then assume that we are part- ners in the business of making our school a better school. So, once again. to all who are here today. to all who are happy over the occasion. to all who see in it a challenge to real accomplishment. IVelcornel V -fi" In f - f -915 . f f-'ry A, " 'rl I," , X" ,,- if ,- Readzng left to rzght John R Mc ueen Alumni Murray Webster Student Lee C Ward President Board of Trustees M Thompson Headmaster George Edwards Treasurer Board of Trustees ACCEPTANCE OF NEW GYMNASIUM BY MURRAY WEBSTER SENIOR CLASS VICE PRES It is a distinct honor and prixileffe for me to be able to speak on behalf of the student body of Elvin Acad emx both present and future and express our appre ciation for tllli fint new vvmnasium Both as a training area of phxsical fiitness and as an attractixe buildmff the new ffxm adds much to the Elvin Academx campus As students ue subscribe to the phllosophx of a sound mind in 1 sound bodx and me bellexe that the this goal We extend our gratitude to the members of the Board of 'T rusttts for the1r generous contr1but1ons of tlmt monex and effort to the mam alumni and friends of thc Acftclemx for then donations and to the rtctnt ffraduatinff classes who contributed the monex for the electric scoreboard XX hile sou were students xou sais tht nerd for bt tttr phxsit al education fatlh tus Nom xou haue demonstiattd xour interest in us and ln future students by helping with th1s project The new gsm w1ll more than double our recrea tlonal facilities providing for the first time space for three slmultaneous practice frames Its plaxing area is regulatlon S176 permittinv for the first time 1n mam xears home frames 1n our own ffxmnasium Its fading bleachers can easlly seat 230 people to match the frames and cheer out teams One cannot enter this room to operate cfhcientlx This leases us with that responsibihtx and we students will do our best to measure up Increased fZ1C1llt1CS brlnff increased opportunities for lmproxement opportunities that will be emploxed to the fullest adx antaffe Once affain max I express our deep appreciation for thls excellent addition to the Flffin Academx s iecrtational facihtits . . 4 Q . , . I ' - R 1' D - rv Y V - I r 4 - . . T V. . K A L , X Y ml .. . . t' D . 1v r A al' " ' V D5 1 ' ' C fi l DN ' D A fl ' 4' T 5 i 5,7 5 ' u, . ' l v sc . v - , , I i 1. , ,Ji ' l ' 5 ' , . i. new gymnasium will be a big help as we strive for building without getting the feeling that here we have 32 ,ll ff' ,f ' I al ' f BACK ROW: Coach Jacobson. Steingraber. Casey. Cooke, Wenckus. YVasson. Richards. Alven. Garrison. .-Xllen. Cale Pratt. Phillips. Dehl. Wilson. Cisney. Pierson. Sweazey. D. Schwab. FIRST ROW: Ensrninzcr. North. Summers. Mc- Zcllct. Coach Dohbert. SECOND ROW: Thornscn, Wright. Donald. Wiglnrnu. Hanks. Hnllfriscli. Stetson. Marcus. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ACADEMY co-cAPTAlNs Sept. 20. Northwestern Klilitary Acaclclny 18. El- Qin 0. TEAM Sept. 27. Elgin 7. St. Marys 6. Oct. -l, Francis Parker 27. Elgin O. Oct. l8. Ciliiczigo latin 20. Elgin ll. illorncconi- Oct. 25. Glenwood School 2l. Elgin 0. Nov. l. Hmrvnrd School for Boxs 32. Elf-'in 6. STANDING: Coach Dobbert, Bill Woollett, Kim Hallfrisch. Robert Sweazey. Jack Wig- lama, Steve Janisch. Scott Cisney. John Ensminger. KNEELING: Richard Ferris. Louis Spen- cer, Robert Dehl. Bob Wlilson. George Hausser. Kent Olson. SWIMMING TEAM The swimming team. co-captained by Jack lViglama and Robert Sweazey, turned in a hne performance this year though they lost by one point the Private School League Championship from Chicago L'nix'ersity High, 'lille team. how- ever. performed well at the Priyate School League Nleet with several of the boys returning with First place awards and a new record for breast stroke set by Jack Wiqlarna. Other potential swimmers will be returning as freshmen next year. and thus Elgin Academy can expect equally as fine a swimming team in the fu- ture. Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan lan Feb Feb Feb l958-59 Schedule 6. lYayland Academy 60. Elgin 28 l2. llelavan 60. Elgin 26 . 9. St. George 58. Elgin 26 l7. Lake Forest Academy 5l. Elgin 3l 29. Elgin 53. Luther-North 33 . 30. Delayan 56. Elgin 30 Jr. Elgin 52. North Park 34 13. Elgin 52. Francis Parker 34 17. L'niyersity High 43VQ. Elgin Hl2VQ March 5-6. P.S.L. Championship STANDING Summers Alxen Campbell Thomsen R1Ck1rds Garrxson Pratt CTTFIEUS Hanks Wasson MIDDLF ROH 'Houngers D D'lXlS Brwndes Ferns Whxte Nelson Cooke BOTTOM ROW Johnston NI Brown Fwrner Srhwlb Shrkcnmever BASKETBALL TEAM ELGIN ELGIN AC -XDENIX OPP XC -XDEXIX Ilhana Chrxsuan Xxillfhill Luther Northwestern NIKN -Xcademx Luther South Tlmothx Chrmtmn Chlfa o Clll1GT1'iI'l North Pills -XC'1cltmx Lnlxersltx H h Noxthutstern NISN Aciclemx Luther North Ilhana Chrlstnn Harxard North Shore Txmothx Chustnn C lenxx ood Cluci 0 l'1t1n North Psult -Xmclemx OPP 37.. ' . ,..,.......... 79 23.. ,..,.... ...,...ll0 l9.. ' ' ...........,., 53 4-l., ' .". ......,.. 70 26..r' 4 A 47.. ' ,..,......... ...,..,.65 32.. . ,.....,.......,, 6-l 5O..." . ' .......,....,. ,U59 33 .. Francis Parker ................ 55 55 .. 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A' .. 35 35 STANDING Rnckards Gordon Summers Kantor Coach Orsborn KNEELING Hanks Coebergh Dehl TENNIS TEAM The tenms team of 1959 under the gmdance of Coach Orsborn proxed to haxe a very successful season The Hllltoppers managed to w1n 8 out of the 12 matches and made an excellent shovnmg mn the Prnate School League Tournament Edward Gordon a jumor played number one and mon 8 of hls 12 matches Peter Coebergh a sophomore won 11 of h1s 12 matches and won a gold medal playmg the number tvwo spot IH the Prn ate School League Tourna ment Paul Rlckards plax ed well ln the thlrd spot 'Number one doubles was taken ox er bx the xeteran captam Bruce Kantor a senlor and ohn Summers a sophomore who won 7 out of the1r 12 matches Robert Dehl and Mark Hanks won the second doubles spot and helped to make the team a success The team had a XlCfOI'lOL1S season and are lookmg form ard to an ex en more successful season nefct wear xuth four of the team return Inq Edward Gordon Peter Coebergh ohn Summers and Robert Deh 36 SCHEDULE 1959 Luther North won 3 UHIVCTSIEY Hlgh vton Lake Forest os Luther South won Chr1st1an won 4- Nlorthwestern NI A vwon Worth Park won 4- Nlorth Shore won Francls Parker los Harx ard l 2 1 Nlorthwestern 'VIA tled 2M 2 Q Prn ate School Leavue Toumament , ' , , v ' ........ 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STANDING from Left Nonnamaker Krystosek Whlte Marcus Thomsen Acevedo Hausser J Ferns KNEEL Schwab Coach acobson Garrlgus Cover barj M Brown ING Hallfnsch Starrett Youngers Wxlson Wxglama ELGIN -XC -XDENIY OPPONENT 311 Luther South 801 2 26M Glenwood 1 2 6th place XX heaton Relixs 4312 311 6th place Glenn ood 83 67 NNIN A lf 61 Marlan NNIN -X Luther South 83 North Park '91 P S L Champxonslnps TRACK TEAM The Fl ln Acaclemx track team completed one of the most suc cessful seasons ID the past clecaclc Some of the hl hll hts of the season mule the Hnc 9l10NNlI1 ln the Wheaton Rclaxs 'md the PSI At Wheaton the place xsmners neu item mher 990 H0 Thom sen Broad ump Nlarcus Shot Put Broxm Pole Nault 880 Re lax V1 lama Thomsen Suea7ex Stemffraher In the PSI, meet the place ulnners were Garrlfms Hwh ump Broun Pole Nault Nlarcus Shot Put 880 Relax Broun Stemffrabex SNNCHICX Thom sen 37 GOLF TEAM Mr. Koehne. Paul Schroeder, Frederick Spieker, John Harris. Donald Campbell. W'illiam Pratt, BASEBALL TEAM BACK ROW: Coach Goldsmith. Peters. D, Davis. isch. Slirkenmeyer. North. XN'o0llet1. FRONT HOLY: YN'ells. Von Schrader, Bayer. T'-if ?'i3'Qs'+s , 'gif' A f . . - - v. . - -1 5 4. A 4.5 .1.'f1"7,... .: l - x . "R, 4 N - 4. -. '- . ' " . '- X ., . -. Ensminger. D. Zeller. Kaplan. Jan- Balthis. Garner, Casey. Alven. Lea. . :O-six . ORANGE AND BLACK CLUB OFFICERS BAIIK RIJIV. I.. fu R. North. Rink.1rn1s, R. Ifvr ris, Summvrs. 1Jrh1, .-X1 1vn. Gordon. KI.lIl1SC1'1 Garrison. Thomsen, A1 Ven, Ggrrigmls. Wgsson Kanter. BI.mus. H411 frisrh. H.m14s. Wi! 1am.1. FRONT ROI1' YYo011Ptl. 11.xus5f:1'. O1 son, Cfovhm-x'x11. 511101144 XVi1sun. Swmxzn-x'. P11-1' sou. XN'1'iQ11r. 1958 HOMECOMING Tha- 19353 Ilmmf-.m11ir1Q fm 114- um-k 1-ml fri' 04111- Ifullfmixmg IM' Ikmrlugill Q.lII1f' .KQLUNNT flxicxmgf- I.L1YiN Tum' 1, was Nmzlf-cl muh Ihr' T!.1K!1I1f'Il.i1 pm-In mllx .11 was thx' gym dr'cl1c'.1I1rn1. AXT KEN' :XC'1K'l110I'1L1N Im IIN' ,fXzl1ll-lif Fif-lfll ,Xmid 1111- gf-lk fy-um l'1lf'l'Ik1Q'Liill'l'i Il1f'1'f' Wm Hu- r1pprn't11mity'Iu Wm-w rwlcl I'1'is'r1cN1ipC. Qmcl xpwflmfw TIKUIII ilu- uwzulxf-X .mcl VLXIJILIIIIY XX'f'I'f' Hu' i'llII11l'K uf thc- xxx-wk mud um thc' IIUIIli'4'UIIliIlQ Halrm 0fIi1Km'xxm'kQL1I1fl 1l1vlmr'iQM illlnrxlirlgxlimm rmfn "CM cinrxfm-. l1l'lQl 411 thc' Elgin C'm111I1'y Club. F1':1uci11n' 21-1- Flfinf GO!" lvl :md Xlgxrk Hzmkx wcwv C'I'fWXYI1l'd KIIIVVI1 :md king Satllrclay morning wgu Spvllt dl'COIkl1IiIlQ' tlw cxxm- with Nancy Ibvvclw. Imslic- NICYM. .If-sm Inwtolm :md pm :md 50211 pmxx, Sc-urs Hull Nlmmwci Nigm of wvl- HI'1l'lbl1I'fl Snlldm-Q IUPIIIITCIY of thfx court, .Xftflr U10 cwwllxing' ilu' gxlrmmi :md wmv Rich- of IIN' nvw gym clzmu- l'X'l'IK'0I14' I'l'II1ILIlC'Cl to wflmml Imlf CIHICC1 and wz1Sc'm'c'1'vcl wilh L1 frmtlxlll pmlvli lli1lfliI'l'Cl llfllxl' ZIINPIIIVI' lllvlllcmllmlf' IIO!Ill'f'0IIliIlQ'. C0'Elg1n'C,o' yi' QC. 'Q -1' P., -fs- V.. .A 4J 3 . ' . ' . 1 . 2 ' 4 X. N .- - - X . V4 - . .4 . X N , 1 px., ' I --f' X 7 -'. I k ' , 3. th.-5 f ' ' ,Q1,': h ,, , I 1 2.1, A v 'V LQ. I 9' A. , 'A . 4 Q 1 Q ' Vw ' Y ,U ,J Q. n .t -U V ,U j 4 A A'A - 1.. ' x W Q -- x 13. " '-if 531' ,, ' if " A f, - U . "CA5,...,2.l-k .. .,Y .. . '- , . . +. I ' ,., In . 7,11 V ii V I ,Q t' ,I 1 -'-, 14,1 - ' -f-fl ,, T" I Bob Sweazey, Janice Harridge, Lynn Barthol omew decorating the Art Gallery for the Christ mas season. THE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Sunday afternoon, December 14, 1958 95 'X -X "CHRISTMAS EVERYWHERE' .......................... Choral Reading Written and presented by the Seventh and Eighth grades under the direction of Grace Crawford 96 96 '39 "A CHILD IS BORN" . . ..... . . . play by Stephen Vincent Benet Narrator .......... .............. M urray Wlebster Innkeeper ........ ...... B rad North Innkeeper's Wife . .. . . Harriet WVood Leah .......... . . . Jane Danielson Sarah .... . . . Nancy Deeds Soldier . . . ..... Don Campbell Joseph ..................... ............. M ichael Wenckus Mary ........................ ................... K ay Ullrich Voices of Prefect and Soldiers . .. . .. Jack Wiglama, Murray VVebster, Dale Marcus. Robert Sweazey Dismas ........ ............ ............ I N 'alter Pierson Shepherds ....... ....... B eth Puls, Leslie lXIcVey, Susan Lowe Stage Assistants .... Robert Sweazey, Jack Hliglama, Susan Adair Costumes ........ ................ I da Karsten. Alda Birgerson Director ....... ............,. ...,.... C . Dean Chipman if 'X' 95 CHORAL MUSIC ....... ..... .......,.... ..... E l g in Academy Chorus Sleeps Judea Fair .......................,.......,...,.. Hugh Mackinnon O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings to Zion Kfvlessiahj ......... G. F. Handel And The Glory of the Lord lMessiahl ....................... G. F. Handel XVhile By Our Sleeping Flock We Lay ......... German tune. arr. Hugo -Iungst lVhat Child Is This CGreensleevesl ....................,....... Old English XVhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night ....... . .. G. F. Handel fassisted by the Vocal Ensemble i Two Rounds: Dona Nobis Pacem. Alleluia Jesus Walked This Lonesome Valley .... .... N egro Spiritual Jesus the Christ Is Born ...,.....................,..,..... Appalachian Carol lVe IN'ish You A Merry Christmas ................................. English Director, David Schaufller .........,. Accompanist. Constance Kroeger Koehne 'X' 'X '19 Kfgs , fin? rf'- I av- . um 'P 1 u' 8 E. vga . i X E' QE .Q Q id, L QS ' s'A. 3 4, 7 Q m ' .ff-5 Y 'i 5 V. , FSM 35 f' . 'E , F 4 ig! v 3 , 5 N 4 F455 -'S ' 54 9 21.1 ,- -pw- l f 72 IW' C7 1 eg, -r CMN 1 Q . Q .f . 9' -Y - LAI McVcy. Dc-eds. Zcllet. Sundries, AEIC HL The Acichlorian Socit-ty nominated their ofihccri from thc- senior claw as wt-ll as Class reprcsr-ntatix'c's. at thc- lint Inca-ting of thc- yt-ar. Nancy Us-1-cli was 1-lvcrtc-cl pre-Qiclfhnt: -Ivan Lzxwton. xic'Q-pmsiclvnt: Fran- Cinv Zcxllct. Secretary: lmilic- fNIcYvv. trvasurcrg and Barbara Sanclnei. Serqvant-at-arms. Precedinq the in- itiation of nf-xv inmnhvre, thc- initiates and olcl mom- luc-rs xxx-xv Q'I'L1!'l0l1SlY c'iitvr'lz1im'cl at I1 tra in thff home- ol' Mrs. Thompson sm- picturc- ahovc . Thv Avicli- lorians pcrforinecl thf-ir hrit Social function of thc xr-zir lax' Uivinf 11 llomf-c-oniinq if-11 bf-Qiclf-Q pnrtiripat- 5 ' 4 ,Hp- Lawton. lNIrs. Thoxlipsori. Mrs, Taylor ORIANS ing actively in other on-nts of Homecoming. On Fvbriiarx' H. tlicf Acichloriani pre-wiitvtl Ilivii annual fornial clancc wliich wai hvlcl in ilu' S1-:ire Hall dinin! room. 'l'l14- tlit-niv unix "fXIgu'cli Clrxif and music Wm playr-cl lay the OI-Cllf'5llZ1 of Y1-in Ps-rry During the intl-rniiision. the senior QirlS pn-wiitm-tl thv Song skit. "l Hiring' living Il Girl." :incl tht- gx1'lCill l4inQ. 'lark Xhuluiiiaa. was riowm-cl lmy Nami lim-nlf, The :Xf'lClllUI'lLlIl9 also aiclc-cl Ihr- Xlotlit-rf' Cluh in tlu spomorinq of tho riiininagc Sale. 44 X ern Perry and hxs orchestra I enjoy bemg a gxrl Namy Deeds crowmng Mech km jmck KN IQ lama 43 f Y W 1 ' L Wk 4. XXL ,. '1- ..'J1 5' l If 551,-x1 1 1 .4-:df Mary Sehnert, Bob Sweazey. Jack Wiglama, Alda Birgerson. George Smolka, Jane Danielson. Sue Adair. Mike XN'enekus. Kay L'llric'h. jing Webster, Claryssa Olson. Leslie McVey, Brad THE C URIOUS S AVAGE The students of THE ELGlN ACADEBIY presented a program of lX1L'SlC AND DRAMA Friday evening. Klareh 13. 195 THE .ACADEMY ENSEMBLE Ah. Could My Eyes Behold Thee . , .... ....,..,... . Bly Heart Doth Beg You'll Not Forget ..,,.. ,...... 9. 8 p.m. Dayid Schaufller. director Constance Koehne. accompanist Orlando di Lasso . . . . . . Orlando di Lasso Good Night ,....,.....,......,..... ,..... G erman folk song. arr. Manney Soprano: Francine Zellet. Betsy Bacon. Bonita Irwin. Alto: Deborah Edwards. Susan Adair. Robin Lowe Kay L'llrieh A ' Tenor: Alda Birgerson. Chris Rogers. Kim Hallfrisch. John Ensminger Bass: Dale Marcus. Michael Wright. Bradford North 99 HTHE CL'RlOL'S SAVAGE" . , ........, .,,.. a play by john Patrick C. Dean Chipman. director Guests: Florence . . . ........... Claryssa Olson Hannibal . . . , . . Klurray lN'ebster Faity May . . . . . . Harriet Wood Jeffrey ....,.. .... B rad North Mrs, Paddy . . . . . Susan Adair The Family: Titus ..,. jack Wielama Samuel . , .... George Smolka Lily Belle ...... . . . Jane Danielson Ethel Savage ...., . . . Alcla Birqerson The Stafll: Bliss lVilhelmina . . . ..,..... Kay L'llrich Dr. Emmett ..... . . ,....... ..... .,.. X I iehael XV:-nekus Stage Nlanager: Robert Sweavey, Assisted by Leslie N Stafe Scenery made by Leo Schultz IeVey and Mary Sehnert ' ' , W , W 5 '1 .yt - 2' F Wk , 5 Q M451 A fp 2 K .V "L', I I Q iii. 3 , l T 's 's y 5 a E f E 4 Zi'-xi . M , my . N '- g . 1 6 ,Q 'I' L . 1 Y x rf 3 A , wig!--,' . I 'Q K.-if W- K . , :jus 5 I f-'new .g Q, THE ELGIN ACADEMY CHGIR 141 Nfvrth. TNIT, Sc'h:u1f'Hr-r, Jrfhu Tfmuwc-ilm-r, .-Xldfx Bimvrscm The entire Choir posed with Mr. Schaumer, director THIRD ANNUAL PRI VA TE SC HOOL i C H ORAL FESTIVAL STANDING: Wesley Hanson. trombone: Philip Rittman t OF CWCAGO ?S322OfZ'L'Q.UdllQIf' 'fiiililfl' 2123223 ffflih gimp hdShhLtl 'NthXNll Bllllf tC lt D dLS h Im k Fl? XS? I J h II Nl X cl LUTHER NORTH WHEATON ACADEMY SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1959 ELGIN ACADEMY GYMNASIUM -K SCENE AT THE CHORAL FESTIVAL IN THE YEW CYMY-XSILM MUSART CLUB S'I'4II'D Nlrs Kovhnc' S'T4NDIN'f Dvvds Hinks Lawton Hclnstrr DRAMATICS CLUB OX THE STEPS: from Left to Right. Kay Ullrich, Dnrvr-n PUCIILIIIISIRY. Iirlnim Irwin. Kim-na Ncntai. xI.1I'H.lF4'I Iirmkv-11. Sumn fxdzzixi OX THE STAGE, Hill fiurismi, Huh Swv-gmiy. Cflznysegr Olmn. Bill YYOOI- 50 lctt. Frankie Zcllet. Kathy Martens. Debby Edwards. Don Zeller. Mike YYcnckus. Mary Sffhnc-rt. Harriet XN'ood. XY11lt Pivrson. IX FRONT Ixmmr D1 X15 KNFFLINC Ensmm mir Srhrofdrr Scars Smolln Brmdvs Voollvtt Cocbcrqh 'mxsh S'T4ND INC Nh' Bfmhrr Story Xdllr Bxrrm Srhuur Thomsvn gIJlflxf'Y' Cordon Cimplmfll I mum W1 son CAMERA CL UB 'lr Y1 A fr! CHESS CL UB I N x umm u llfx III 1 ll X llt X 7 X4 HU! . I ' 'A . 'J I I. A FORUM SERIES IS I HIS THE I S S R 9 FR AND CANYON .XIJYI-1NTL'RE" C lmlf S Sllnilfl Tllms nn Gramm-xp Sgnlmluy. clou Ur ccmluer -l 'IHLIQIRR' Nl IFTS NIISSI ES AND USN ALBERT SCZIIXYEITZERU -7- Film lliosrziplly 'WADE NIOONS Iohn Fodclild Thursday. Marrll lf? V J was THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ST.4.YDl.'X'G: Deeds. Seybold. Cisney, Sfhroe der. Hanks. Webster, S, Lowe. SEATED Derhlefson. Danielson. Birgerson, Schetgen Olson. Bridge. Nelson, Rogers. VVood. Danielson. Deeds. Sweazex NATIONAL THESPIANS FRONT ROW: Pierson. Bimerson. BACK ROW: YYebster. NATIONAL BETA CLUB l l 1? 'ini I A A ' l LEFT TO RICIIIT: Olson Sears. Dercls, Olson C.. Gordon. Danielson. Bi Sc'lic'tgc'n. XY:-luster, Dethlvfsen. Birqerson, Wright. Hanks. ondi. Schroeder. QUILL AND SCROLL SEATED: Olson C.. Deeds, Dani:-leon, .S'T.4XDI,YC: Birfzer son, Webster, 53 UC' 'Q If-. .:' ? , x ., .Vi I , n . Qt il? ji Q V ', I The Grand March THE JUNIOR PROM The social highlight of the school year, the junior prom. Fleurs de Paris. equaled the best expectations of everyone. The central theme. flowers and Paris. was carried out to the fullest extent. The Octagon became a Parisian park. being transformed by a lamp post, wrought iron settees, bushes. and a profusion of flow- ers. The north room of the gallery was turned into a quite authentic cafe. complete with red and white checkered table cloths and lighted candles in bot- tles. In the main room of the gallery. a pleasant feel- ing of springtime prevailed. Flowered panels in velloxs pink. and blue stood against the walls at inter vals. Across the ceiling. in canopy fashion, stretched colored cheesecloth which connected panels opposite each other, Lamp posts in the back of the room gave a park-like effect which was completed by a white wrought iron settee in the rear doorway. Cool mint green punch and little cakes provided the refreshments for a memorable evening. vg Sql Committvc- Chair mvn S E A T E D J Z1 n 1- Dnnif-lson Nnnry Lutz. Susan A d Z1 1 r. STAND ING: Don Camp bvll. Elzaim' Tc-mp lin. YVr'Slr'y .-Xlvvn A I d 11 Biruvrsrm Ed Cordon. AWARDS AND PRIZES C,um Laude Socaety Mark Hanks x aledactoraan Niurray YN ebster Kenneth Hallfrasch Niother Daughter Award Headmasters Academac Award Ora L Pelton III Parst Rankang Senaor Honor able Nficntaon Frrst Rankmq unaor Honorable Alientaon Farst Rankxng Sophomore Honorable Nfentaon Farst Ranktng Freshman Honorable Nfentaon Farst Rankancg Eazhth Grade Student Honorable Nientaon Nfark Ilanks Nlurr ay Wtbster ant Danatlson Alda Bargt rson Dorothy Sthetgen Elaane Dethlefson Susan Iowe Frederack INelson John Seybold Daane ensen Farst Rankang Seyenth Grade Student Anne Edwards Honorable NICYIIIOU Barbara Header Excellence an Englash CSusan B Sears Awardj Honorable Nfentaon Excellence an Socaal Studtes Honorable Excellent e an Latan Nfientaon Honorable Mentaon Excellence an Art Honorable Nientaon Murray YVebster ane Danaelson Niurrav YVebstcr Kenncth Hallfrasch Dorothy Schetgen Scott Casney Nancy Deeds salutatoraan C l aryssa Olson XA altcr YA rlght Jean Lawton Niurray Webster Robert Sweazcy Fytctlltntr an Nlodtrn Lan u gt Qlaryssa Olggn Ilonorablf Nftntaon Nancy Lut7 Fxt tllf ntt an NI atht m atat s I aura D ayldson St ars Aw trd Nfark Hanks Honorable Nitntaon Murray NN ebster Fxccllcncc an Sctcncc Physacal Scaente fBausch and Lomb Nfedalj C'corQe Smolka Honorable Nfentaon Nlurray AA cbsttr atural Scatnce KW aync I' Rcplogle Awardb El une Dethlefstn Honorable 'Vientxon Don Starrett Scaence and 'vlathcmatacs WA L O den Awardj Mark Hanks Honorable Nlcntaon Nancy Deeds Rotary Club Award NI ark Hanks N ataon al Soc at ty of C olona al D aughtt rs Ess ay Nfark Hanks Excellfnct an Lnated Statts Hastory tnc Danatlson ACITIX ITIES AW ARDS Jack Waglama Ilonortblt Nitntaon Altla Bargerson Susan Adair Robln Lowe Musart Club Award Sharon Dans Honorable Nientaon Susan Lowe THE JANE PELTON YN OLF Eacccllence an Dr am atacs Harraet W ood NN ATERCOLOR CONIPETITION tnll and Scroll Award for Publacataons Farst Praze Kenneth Hallfrasch Excellence an Nlusac Nancy Deeds Ald a Bargerson Nfurr ay AN cbster fedators ant D anaelson N ant y Det tls C l ara ss a Olson ATHLETIC, UN ARDS Laeberman Award for Spoatsmanshap ack Waglama X alenttne Tcnnas faophy for C'aals tImproxtmant The Tennas Trophy Peter Coebtrgh Nancy Lutz Excellence an C'arls Physacal Educ lt1On t an Lawton X alcntane Sportsm anshap Trophy for C arls a or Tm N aak Il at ks Dt bor ah Edu trcls THE L NDERC R ADL YI F SPORTS TROPIIX Football XA esley Alxen Track Robert Thomsen Basketball ohn Summers Folf Donald Campbell Swammanq Gt oree llaussfa Bastb all YA tslty Ala en Tgnnag Ed-.a HCI CNOYClOIl DANIEL 'AI TODD AWA ARD ARTIIL R F I IFBFRNI AN AXA ARD For Constructaxe Leadershap Niark Hanks Foa Outstandan Cul an Athatxtmtnt Nancy Deeds LESLIE D IGLEHEART AXA ARD H ARK ARD C I L B OI' C IIIC, AC'O AXA ARD For Cooperataon Brad North Ioa Outst anclan Box an Achaexement an umor Class JI Ftlyy ard Goadon . , ' ' . ......... .... .... ... .. ...Iv' ' . ' 'I I IA' ' l:,1I I I . .................... .. ................. .......... . I " " I ' I ' .......... .... I ' 5 - - A - ZQHII .....--.l 1, 2 '- " -------- - -------- A 2' 'fs I 2. " ...... .. ........ .... I 'I ' ' I ' J ' .................. Jz- I - .4 Ii'-,fx 2 .i ,I I ' I 1 'fm . . ' I 'A ............... I l"I ' i L ' I I . . , I I ................ , A ' I 'A ' ' .... .I ' I I ' .I ........... . I 1' I ,I ' ........ ..... .. I J Nl L 'Z I K, . 1 ' 'A '. I ..... I Z' 5. D """ ' """""' I 44 A A . Q ..-........... L. II 1 - ' ----- ----- Il 1 :fl I- z ....... .......... .... I I I ' ' 2 .......,.... I IA ,I in 1 'Z inf -, I I ' . ...... ...... ' LL V I ' ' ' ------- -' ----- I Honorable Nfention ...... Kay'I,'llt'ich ' v- - . I .I ..... ....... . ...... . I ' 'I I I ................. I' I j I ' ........ I I .'. ' I I I 1 .... ......... I " I. I .' ' II" ................. I' ' E I 1 'A .I IA' 'I I ' J I ........................ I I ................ II ' I I ' I ' ...... J I 'I ' - I' ' '- ' a ' '. ..... .... ..... . I -f I'I ' '. . ' 1' ' I' I .... I' ' ' 2 ' ' by XILJ 'E' 'phy'. .,....,................ II." :at I ......... ..................... ' 'I' 4' ...... ........................ ' I ..I. . ....... I 1 .. ....................... I 1- ' ....... . ............ 'I' I " I " .............. II' I " A 'I 'Q l"' - I' I' ......................... 'I I' '- 'E 'J ' II CGMMENCEMENT - 1959 Murray Vfbstc-r. I'ICllCIlIIllSli'I"S JXCLIKIUIIIIC Award Jean Lawton Mother-Daughter Award Robert Swvuzf-y Ora I.. Pclton III Award hir. J. M, Thompson. Headmaster 8. COMMENCEMENT SEASON The 103rd commencement activities of the Elgin Academy began in the middle of May when the juniors entertained the seniors at the traditional Prom in the art gallery. The pre-graduation activities were climaxed with a trip to Oakton Nfanor in Genoa, Wisconsin, where the seniors relaxed, swam in the pool. played baseball, and enjoyed the wonderful food that was served in the main dining room of the lodge. The day was a great success and many were determined to return to Oakton Manor at some future time. On Sunday, May 31, the Baccalaureate service was held at the Protestant Epis- copal Church of the Redeemer with the Rev. George Francis Schiffmayer ofhciating. The service was planned for the Elgin Academy seniors with the students, faculty, and guests in attendance. Mr. Thompson, Mark Hanks, and Murray Wlebster took part in the service and the Academy ensemble provided the choral music. In the eve- ning of the same day, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson entertained the senior class at supper and the evening was spent informally with games and conversation. On Saturday morning, June 6, the graduating class assembled in the Sears Art Gallery for the colorful procession with the faculty, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Lee YVard, Dr. P. Peirce, and the principal speaker of the graduation exercises, Norman Ross of radio and television fame. Five members of the graduating class were honored at the commencement program. Mark Hanks and Nancy Deeds were announced as the valedictorian and salutatorian of the class. Murray Webster received the medal of the Headmasterls Academic award for high scholarship throughout four years of aca- demic study. Jean Lawton was awarded the Mother-Daughter medal for outstand- ing contribution in citizenship, social unity, and spirit of cooperation. Robert Swea- zey received the Ora L. Pelton III award for the boy who best typihes the ideals and character of the Elgin Academy. 3-4 Ap-f 1 Nancy Deeds, president of the Aeichlorian Society, speaks of girls' extra-curricular activities. Fil' 'ur- hfesL Norman Ross Commencement Speaker Mark Hanks, president of the class, welcomes the assembled quests. PATRONS AND CONTRIBUTORS Ackemann's Barnetts S. YY. Beck Company Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Benton N112 and Mrs. S. L. Bracken Brenner's Men's Hear Mr. and Mrs. James Casey Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis Mr. John DeLancey Economy Oil Company Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards Mr. and Birs. Fred O. Gale Dr. and Mrs. YVilliam H. Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Heider Howard C. Ashley Shoe Company Kramer's Drive In Mr. and Mrs. Watson F. Lawton Mr. and Mrs. YV. D. McDonald Milbrandt Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson Mr. and Mrs. John Podzamsky Rock River Lumber Company Cliartholomewl Dr. and Mrs. Jack Rodriquez Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schwab Mr. and Mrs. John Seybold Mr. and Mrs. Nlorris Typlin Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Von Schrader Designs for the 1959 Hilltop were made by students of the art classes. jack XYiglama designed the cover of the book. Robin Lowe, Steven Schmitz. and Harriet YYood designed the silk screen di- vider pages. Photographs have been provided bv YYarren Aikin. Clifford Lohs of the Elgin Courier-News. and members of the Elgin Academy Camera Club. 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