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Senior actors Brockner and
9 ROLAND EHORN "Rollie" must be a radical, He prefers hockey to pigeons. 9 WILLIAM
EICHHORST "Ike"--lzaak Walton-Irrepressible 9 VIRGINIA ELLIOTT "Gin"-German
Club-G.A.A. 9 LEROY ELVIN "Slick" goes in for intramural basketball and the Izaak
Walton League. 9 CHARLOTTE EMERSON Nickname-"Char" Hobby-Sports. Clubs-
Tri-Y, G.A.A. Thats what our "reporter" reports. 9 MARY ERDMANN Although Mary
admits her favorite activities are musical, she does not slight G.A.A. or EHS. Players.
9 RUTH ERIXSON Maroon Staff is properly grateful to "Rufus" for her conscientious work.
9 IEROME FABER lack thinks he's doing us a "Faber" by telling us his chief interest is
photography. 9 THELMA FACTLY Since she's a member of Commercial Club, we'll let
Thelma "Thel" herself. 9 FORREST FARNSWORTH "Fuzzy" is quite the cosmopolite what
with being vice-president of E.H.S. Players, secretary and treasurer of the Rifle Club, and
an ardent follower of Indian dancing. 9 WILLIAM FEHRMAN Bill-Basketball-Baseball.
9 RAY FEUERHAKEN President of the High School Players, "Ding Don" devotes his spare
moments to dramatics and dance drumming. 9 IOHN FLAHERTY lack can be found
teeing off at any social gathering. 9 IEANNE FORSTER This "Ieannie of the light brown
hair" for Tri-Y and sports has a flair. 9 MARIE FOSSER Marie chooses two unrelated
subjects, sports and science, as her hobbies. 9 HARRY FRITZ f'Hans" Fritz, that fugitive
from a comic strip, goes in for athletics, especially baseball. 9 IOSEPH FUQUA Ioe's
membership in the "E" Club is due, no doubt, to his proficiency in golf. 9 MILDRED
GAEDE "Mitzy" is really an ideal Commercial Club member as her chief interest is typing.
9 CATHERINE GALLINA Tri-Y and band are "Katie's" first choice, with German Club and
G.A.A. close seconds. 9 ELMER GIESEKE "As the twig is bent so the tree inclinesf' and
"Elm" goes for photography. Make of it what you will. 9 LAVERNE GIESEKE "Verne's"
chief interest is playing saxophone. His favorite activity is the band. Nice dovetailing, that.
9 ADELINE GIESKE Being a member of G.A.A., Home Economics, and Geography should
total up something, but we can't "Ad" 9 NORMAN GILLES Music seems to be Norm's
chief and only interest. 9 RAYMOND GILLILAN Apparently Ray's transfer from East Troy,
Wisconsin, didn't lessen his interest in sports. 9 IOHN GINNELL lohnny's interest is in
sports, too. 9 DOROTHEA GOLL It's rather superfluous for "Dot" to say clubs are her chief
interest when she's a member of G.A.A., Girl's Science, Home Economics, Geography, and
German Clubs. 9 FORREST GOLLIHER Forrie's striking resemblance to Dick Powell is no
handicap to his being president of the Geography Club nor to his activities in Hi-Y and
Commercial Club. 9 RICHARD GOULD From Elgin to Elmira Heights-Then back to Elgin
High School thrills, But what we really want to know-Was there "Gould" in them thar
hills? 9 IULIA GRAF Kurtie's favorite clulc is G.A.A., her interests center about sports.
Strange? 9 VICTOR GRAFF Aviation is Vic's chief interest, both in and out of school.
9 DAVID GRAUPNER A big business man on the make, Dave gets a lot of practice by
being on the business end of the Maroon Staff, the senior class play, and the Fandango.
9 FLORENCE GREEN "Flossie" left University High School, Normal, Illinois, for the thrills
of our Girl's Science Club, German Club, and the exacting Maroon Staff. 9 MARY
GREENAWALT Despite all her activities Mary remains calm, studious, and cheerful.
9 NORMA GREVE lf we were Norma, we shouldn't "Greve" at leaving EHS., but her
participation in G.A.A., German Club, Home Economics, and Library Staff may be per-
suasive factors. 9 WILMER GRIFFITH Griff, of the deceiving cherubic countenance, gets
around-via the band, the Mirror, golf, and the Senior Science Club. 9 GEORGE
GRONEMAN Bud, late of Marengo High School, finds Elgin High well adapted to his inter-
est in agriculture and the EEA. 9 LOIS GRONEMAN Lois belongs to Home Economics,
G.A.A., and Commercial Club, and then, as a distinctive touch, collects dance programs as
a hobby. 9 GRACE GRONEMEIER Gracie-G.A.A.-Glenbard. 9 IOHN GROSS Pho-
tography may be Iohnnys chief interest, but land the Maroon is duly gratefull he places it
secondary to his position as the Maroon's advertising manager. 9 DOROTHY GUDEMAN
"Dot" should make an ideal wife with her interest in music tempered by a good supply of
knowledge in home economics. 9 KENNETH GUGE "Ken," a true radio enthusiast, places
it above all school activities. 9 KATHRYN GURTNER "Kay" is the fifteenth letter in the
alphabet and also a member of our band and Commercial Club.
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9 EARL BURNS Dancing and sports seem harmless enough hobbies, but remember, like
coal, "Pete" Burns. 9 ROBERT CARLSON "Carly," the Birdman, prefers everything out of
doors. 9 ALICE CARPENTER Maroon business staff has precedent over German Club,
GAA., and Home Economics as far as "Al" is concerned. 9 WILBUR CARR "Wilb"
"Carr's" for football and electrical engineering. 9 DOROTHY CHANDLER Tri-Y and GAA.
tie for Dot's interests. 9 ELEANOR CHESSMAN "Chessie" unlike "Iessie I." uses her
spare time to study her favorite subject-clrarnatics. 9 EVELYN CHRISTENSEN We won-
der if "Toddy's" hobby is collecting shoes, she has such cute ones. 9 DORIS CIRAULO
Doris, following in the family tradition, prefers GAA. and sports. 9 MARIORIE CLARK
Marge plays no favorites and joins Home Economics, Commercial Club, and GAA. and
still finds time for work on the Mirror Staff. 9 WARD CLARK "Wardy" jumps from the
duties in Hi-Y to Mirror Staff, to lzaak Walton, and so to Commercial Club. 9 PAULINE
CLENDENING "Polly" is a true lover of the drama-Particularly the acting phase-She
does lots of other things, but-She's the gal who plays in plays. 9 GRIFFIN COCKRELL
The creator of the Lonely Rainjeer, Cluck Rogers, and Cholly Chan thinks up new plots
while he builds airplanes. 9 HELEN COHEN Her participation in clubs and Maroon staff
-Produce much the same reaction-She likes them all, she's active in all, but-"lt's driving
her to distraction." 9 FLORENCE COLLINS Florence prefers music to sports. 9 RUTH
CONVERSE "Ruthie," "Lou," "Ella"-By any name she still maintains that her hobby is
drawing house plans. 9 CLYDE COOPER What is so rare as a "Bud" in lune-and he
goes out for sports, too! 9 ANNE COSGROVE She goes in for sports "anne" basketball
"anne" GA.A. 9 FLORENCE COX "Flossie" likes GA.A. and sewing, but lately it's been
mostly sewing. 9 BARBARA CRAFTS A "Barb" in the hand is worth two on the bush
especially when she's treasurer of the Tri-Y, in A Cappella, on the Mirror staff, in the plays,
-and she's pretty too. 9 IAMES CRAWFORD In general Iim likes sportsg in particular, ice-
skating. 9 HAZEL CULBERSON ls her interest in embroidering due to her membership
in the Home Ec Club? 9 IUNE DAHLGREN This ex-citizen of Rockford finds Elgin is also
able to stimulate her interests in ice-skating and dramatics. 9 GEORGE DAMISCH "Geo"
seems to have a monopoly on the office of treasurer-being treasurer of both Math Club
and Hi-Y-and puts his practice to good use on the Maroon. 9 HOWARD DANIELEK Auto
racing is not the most pacific of hobbies, but if that's what Howie wants-we don't "car."
9 GEORGE DANIELS Business manager of the Maroon. The guy who doles us the money.
I-le amuses the staff with his puns, but his puns are seldom punny. 9 BEATRICE DANNER
"Betty Lou," active in GAA. and Home Ec, wants to be a nurse. Will she practice archery
on her patients? 9 DARYLE DAY "Day is done" and is he glad? Motorcycles are his fad.
9 DONALD DEPEW Don doesn't let his membership in Commercial Club interfere with his
photography. 9 DAVID DICE Dave is the president of the ever growing EFA. We looked
for other activities he was in, but no "Dice" 9 CECIL DICKERSON The secretive lad lists
only his nickname, "Curly" 9 ROBERT DIEKMAN Another minority Hitler would object to
-Bob's preference for the Glee Club over the German Club. 9 ADA DOIEL lumping from
Plato Center to St. Charles and finally to Elgin gave Ada no time to acquire a nickname,
but increased her interest in reading and sports. 9 DORIS DONNELLY Even with her
creative genius she couldn't think of anything to say for herself. 9 ROBERT DOWNING
A devotee of traveling, he pays lightning visits to both the Mirror and Maroon and is nick-
named "Lefty." Right? 9 MARIORIE DROUGHT Marge's portrayal in the junior class play
led to membership in the Players. She's in GAA., Home Ec, and A Cappella, too.
9 ROBERT DUEWEL Bob, the lad with the "Duewel" personality, flits from Commercial
Club to the Library Staff. 9 RAYONNE DUMBAULD Technically we're a bit vague as to
the term applied to a swing pianist. But in this case its a "Bunny" 9 ALBERT DUNNING
Doing his schoolwork at home has stimulated his creative ability. 9 DOROTHY EASTON
Dottie-Dancing-Dimples. 9 DOROTHY EBERLY "Dot" has hopes of being a secretary,
but she'll compromise by being treasurer of Commercial Club. 9 MERLE EHORN Merle
has trained racing homer pigeons. They never get "Mike" fright. 9 RICHARD EI-IORN
Dick, a member of the lzaak Walton League, races pigeons. Wings on Liberty.
Vice-president, Gordon Rovelstad,
and class adviser, Miss Mary Peters,
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