Elgin High School - Husky Tracks Yearbook (Elgin, OR)
- Class of 1942
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The A dministra tion
Oral F. Patterson
B. S., M. S. University of
Orrin G. Thompson
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Assistunt Superintendent of
Merrill R. Stephan
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Elgin High School is fortunate
in having a stall of men and
women who possess executive
ability and a line spirit of co-
operation. Mr. Patterson, our
superintendent of schools, and
Mr. Stephan, our principal, are
constantly striving to improve
the school for both the students
and the faculty.
T. A. Larsen is assistant prin-
cipal and also the boys adviser.
Well-liked among the students,
he is always willing to give ad-
vice to those boys seeking it.
Mrs. Drysdale, director ot
pupil adjustment, assists the
students in solving ditticult
problems in personal confer-
ences with them.
Board of Education H941-l942j
Roy Dougherty, President
Roy I. Massa
S. Mills Eno
C. H. Apple
Frank D. Uric
Paul C. Patterson
NVillurcl Bccluc, Secretary
"T" is for touchdown, at least
it was for the Maroon Varsity in
their first seasons experience
with the famous "T" formation.
Iinxed bythe weather, Elgin fin-
ished in third place when play-
ing conditions made double
handling in the "T" treacherous.
Coach Mike Farroh called the
varsity the 'floest team in six
years," adding, "our line was
speedy, which helped the "T" a
great deal. To perfect the forrnae
tion there must be a quick-
thinking, fast-acting line com-
bined with a speedy, wides
awake backfield. This year El-
gin had both."
Best news of the year came
when Maroon guard, Gordy
Surber, was named on the As-
sociated Press All-State football
team. Surber was the first El-
ginite ever to receive this honor.
Gordy said about his good for-
tune, "The other fellows deserve
just as much recognition."
Many other varsity men re-
ceived praise for fine playing:
Captain Perkins, Denk, Hage-
man, Michael, Flaherty, Palmer,
L ltl VN mlcll Perkins
Schroeder, Bosynak, Kilburn,
Funk, and Iohnson.
Maroons might well have
punned that "these must be
nights our 'mudders' warned us
about." ln four out of seven
conference battles they tlound-
ered through rain and mud
which bogged down the assem-
bly line precision with which the
"T" must necessarily function.
The Elgin line, although out-
weighed in almost every game,
showed the training it had re-
ceived by overwhelming their
opponents with few exceptions.
The Varsity Team
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The Frosh-Soph football squad
overwhelmed their opponents
with a total score of 72-27. The
first victory was a non-confer-
ence game against Maine. The
next week the Maroons defeat-
ed loliet in the first conference
game of the season.
Freeport was outscored on the
Elgin gridiron. Coach Krafft's
absence for a week was a draw-
back, Elgin losing to West Au-
rora. The Creams couldn't break
into the East Aurora stronghold,
and the LaSalle lncas tied El-
gin in a O-U deadlock. Then in
the final game, Elgin defeated
Thornton Fractional, closing the
season with four victories, two
losses, and one tie.
Sixteen players were employ-
ed regularly in the season's grid
battles. Four ends who saw
much action were Dick Stolt,
Ralph Andreason, Austin Han-
sen, and foe Greenberg. Han-
sen suffered injuries early in
the season and Andreason fill-
ed the vacancy effectively.
Elgin's hard hitting tackles who
packed an enormous amount of
power and weight were Charles
Smith and Ernie Kaptain. Bill
Goeclert, Adolph Goldenstein,
and lim Tuthill were the guards,
stopping many heavy, plung-
ing ball carriers. The centers,
Bob Smith and Wayne Mische,
filled that key position expertly
with very few opponents pene-
trating the line at that point.
Bill Herrin, Munson Anderson,
Sam Sauceda, Paul Turner, and
Captain Don Anderson were
the tricky, speedy backs of the
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West Aurora 7
East Aurora 20
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Girls keep lit by competition in hockey and basketball
Lugiclics Vlilslgi Logan
Elgin High School Girls Phy-
sical Education Department
builds its program around a
'core' ot activities tor all. The
objectives ot the department
are to provide activities tor all
at the students' level of interest.
Further, it aims to help form
good habits, attitudes, and
skills, and assists in building
character, citizenship, and in
upholding health standards.
The program tor the gym
classes consists of games, team
sports, dual and individual
sports, self-testing activities,
body mechanics, and rhythms.
Each student is given an equal
chance to develop her abilities.
Elgin High School girls are
also offered a Well-rounded
program in extra curricular
sports. At the beginning of the
season the girls can be seen
hurrying down to Maroon field
to engage in a hockey game or
speed ball. Basketball is one of
the main indoor attractions.
When weather permits, many
girls turn out tor ice skating at
Lord's Park or tobogganing at
the Country Club. Other sports
offered are volleyball, captain-
ball, table tennis, shuttle board,
archery, and badminton. Girls
are now able to attend swim-
ming classes at the Y. W. C. A.
third period on Friday.
Points are earned tor these
sports. luniors are given a State
Award in the form of a block
"l" for a total of l600 points,
Seniors are given a State
Award for collecting 2000 acti-
vity and health points.
Under the direction of Miss
Wilda Logan, First Aid and
Home Nursing courses and
swimming classes were initi-
ated this year.
This year the Maroon staff
has published a yearbook that
is different from all of its pre-
decessors. Building the main
theme around the signs of the
zodiac, having individual pic-
tures of the underclassmen
and more informal snapshots
throughout the entire book were
only a few of the many new
things that they did. Several
unforeseen obstacles presented
themselves that had to be
solved before the book was
ready to go to press, Among
these were the rising cost of
paper, printing and supplies,
and the resignation of Frank
Briggs, the adviser. However
the subscriptions were taken
earlier to combat rising prices,
and Miss Margaret Newman
and Iames Baxter capably took
over the task of advising the
students about the completion
of the book.
Students who composed the
editorial staff were fames Chap-
nian, executive editor, l-lomer
Price, photography editor, Bob-
ert Tornauist, literary editor,
Cele Fshelman, Doris Helm, and
Sylvia Fisher, associate editors,
Boger Livesay, photographer,
Richard Clendening and Bill
Flood, artists, lane Coleman,
Gloria Lehman, Mary Ann
Danielek, Marilyn Myers, loan
Biggins, Shir Lee lohnson, Bar-
bara Schaaf, lohn Damisch,
Charles Lindquist, Margaret
Danielek, assistant editors, lo
leanne Ciraulo, Betty Bickler,
Carliss Carlson, typists, and
Peg Kelley, Marilyn Giertz,
Marge Beverly, May Schrader,
Charlotte Churchill, Buth MC-
Chesney, Marilyn Porter, Bill
Snellgrove, loyce Bamft, foe
Ann Gray, and Pat Tastad.
While this group worked inf
dustriously on material for the
book, the business staff was not
idle since it sponsored a fine
subscription drive. Their effort
was rewarded by the large
number of books purchased by
the student body, and by the
gratifying patronage of the citi-
zens of Elgin. Members of the
business staff were Bill Richard-
son, business rnanager, layne
Nerove, Harriett Baxter, Esther
Brenner, Lucille Woodrich, Shir-
ley Beck, Dick Banks, Frances
Plath, and Fern Schoonhoven.
Maroon Business Staff
The Mirror Kwith the coopera-
tion of the staffj presents the
events of the school as they
Considered one of the out-
standing papers in the Big Eight
Conference and second vice-
president of the lllinois High
School Press Association, the
Mirror has first rating by the
National lournalistic Society
and the Quill and Scroll.
Marilyn Bovelstad, Catharine
Nelson, Bill Hansing, and Law-
rence Allison made up the
board of editors this year.
Other members of the staff
were as follows: Elizabeth
Fletcher, news editor, Charlotte
Helper, Patt Dreyer, and lim
Howard, page editors,
Eileen Klinger, Harriet Wil-
son, Melva fean Bakow, lean
Miller, and Lucille Bippberaer
were the reporters.
Dick Clendening, Bill Flood,
and Gordon Coxe were the
Anne Peven was business
manager, Marvel Lea Smith,
advertising manager, layne Nee
Robert Kromhout, Bobert Die-
terich, Howard Holman, and
Bill Roberts were in charge of
circulation. Alva Hughes and
Marylee lrish were typists:
Frank Ft. Briggs was past adf
viser and lames E. Baxter, pres-
Ilrror Edltorial Staff
hrror Busmess Staff
Publica tions Board
The Publications Board di-
rects the policies ot the high-
school publications and ap-
proves the budgets and expen-
ditures. The board is made up
of the principal, taculty advi-
sers, editors, and business
managers of the publications,
and senior class adviser and
Both publications are attili-
ated with two national press
associations: the Quill and Scroll
and the National Scholastic
This year Catherine Nelson,
Bill l-lansing, Lawrence Allison,
Marilyn Bovelstad, and Anne
Peven represented the Mirror,
lames Chapman, Horner Price,
and Bill Bichardson, the Ma-
roon, Ralph Peek was chosen to
represent the senior class, Miss
Newman, Mr, Baxter, Mr. Briggs,
Miss Stickling, Mr. Kumpt, and
Mr. Stephan were the faculty
members on the Board.
lzaak Walton Future Farmers
The lzaac Walton League of
America has for some of its
purposes the creating of inter-
est in outdoor activities and the
conserving ot Wild life and
ln the spring ot the year the
"lkes" carried out their usual
tree planting service which has
gained for them a great deal ot
deserved recognition, Much has
been said for this industrious
group with its line ideals.
To carry out these ideals the
club chose the following group
ot students as their leaders:
Robert Becker, president, Rob-
ert Eldridge, vice-president: and
Earl Muetterties, secretary7
treasurer. C. E. Adams directed
the group in all ol its successful
The Future Farmers of Ameri-
ca is a National farm youth or-
ganization, The purpose ot the
group can be best expressed in
their motto: t'Learning to do,
doing to learn: Earning to live,
living to serve."
The club tries to bring the
school and home closer togeth-
er, besides promoting high
standards of scholarship and
living among its members.
This year the Elgin chapter
won prizes at the Agricultural
tair in the livestock judging con-
test and in the public speaking
The following group of boys
were otticers for the past year:
Don Hill, Herbert Dieckhotl, Lee
Wainscott, Norman Eraas, and
Walter Kroger. Advisers: Herb-
ert Damisch and Harry Raplus.
Members of the junior Litera-
ture Club joined with much vim
and enthusiasm in Writing
poems and prose for a month-
ly magazine called "Spring
Reignsf' The purpose of the
magazine was to stimulate ori-
ginality in better writing. At the
end of each spring prizes are
awarded for the best articles
Several other activities were
seeing the play, "Papa ls All",
selling refreshments at one of
the basketball games, and par-
ticipating in many events which
were conducted within the club
The officers for the year were
Don Graham, president, Mar-
jorie Blank, vice-president, Phyl-
lis johnson, secretary, Grace
Szosz, treasurer. Miss Marjorie
Stoffregen acted as adviser for
Looking back through the
school year, We find the zodiac
sign for each month has favored
the Senior Literature Club in
many successful activities. Un-
der the guidance of Capricorn-
us, the club "took the goat by
the horns" and celebrated the
yuletide season with a Christ-
Preceding events evidenced
more partiality from the signs
of fate when the club had book
discussions, guest speakers-
one of Whom was Mrs. Robert
Schofield with South America
as a subject, picnics, and parties.
Presiding this year and keep-
ing the club's active enthusiasm
in common channels, were
Catherine Nelson, president,
Marilyn Rovelstad, vice-presi-
dentg Carley johnson, secretary,
Iohn Darnell, treasurerg and
Miss Elma Engelbrecht, sponsor.
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To promote an interest in
school athletics and in clean
sportsmanship, the "E" club has
been organized for a number of
years in the high school. Thus
boys who have won "Es" have
the glory and acclamation won
not only by the letter itself but
also from their qualifications as
athletes for an organization
which upholds athletic ability.
However, the purpose of the
club is not only to promote an
interest in sports, but also to
give boys with athletic ability
a chance to voice their opinions
in athletic administration.
From the treasury of the "E"
club comes pecuniary aid for
financing grade school athletics
as Well as special events in
high school. Ushering and op-
erating a check-room at bas-
ketball games is also a part of
the boys' yearly work,
Initiation of new members is
held twice a year, in the fall
and in the spring, so that boys
are not kept waiting a long
time after obtaining "Els" to
join the club.
Wendell Perkins ,,,. ., ,,,,. , President
Harold lohnson ,,,,,,,.,,,. Vice-president
Chuck Schroeder .. ,,,,,,, ,, .,,, Secretary
Cliff Schroeder ,,,, A ,, ,,,,,,.,, Treasurer
Iohn Denk . Y ,,,,, Sergeant-at-arms
Arthur Roggen ,,,,,, , . ,Sponsor
The purpose of this outstand-
ing boys club is to "create,
maintain, and extend through-
out the school and community
high standards of Christian
Throughout the year the club
held numerous educational ac-
tivities, the highlight of which
was the Older Boys Conference
held in the latter part of Novem-
ber. Participating in this con-
ference were leaders from the
Northeastern section of illinois.
About 550 fellows attended.
The eight Hi-Y chapters were
faithfully and ably led through
the years activities by the Elgin
Hi-Y council made up of Dick
Price, president, lack Freyer,
vice-president, lohn Damisch,
secretary, lohn Kirkland, treas-
urerg and Bill Rovelstad, ser-
geant-at-armsg under the gen-
eral guidance of C. L. Horsley,
Boys' Work Secretary, Y. M.
C. A., each chapter having its
This year Sagittarius approv-
ed the distribution of Thanks-
giving baskets by the Senior
Tri-Y to needy Elgin families.
Their suppers, dances, meet-
ings with the Hi-Y, and Red
Cross Work were likewise suc-
cessful. Advised by Mrs. D. C.
Cook and Miss Cleora lohnson,
the governing council was
Wanda Lee Miller, Marilyn
Myers, lane Coleman, and lo
No less triumphant was the
lunior Tri-Y in its functions. ln-
genuity was displayed by these
freshmen and sophomores in
their "Battleship Bounce," a
dance held in November. Other
successful ventures were sup-
pers. Directed by Miss Cleo
Krogsrud and Miss Marjorie
Stoffregen, the officers for the
year were Shirley Sheffner,
Nancy Meagher, Virginia Han-
dy, and Marjorie Blank.
Primarily the Commercial
Club has been organized to
promote interest in the business
world, to encourage a social
spirit among commercial stu-
dents by opportunities for so-
cial contact, and to make its
members conversant with mod-
ern business methods. With
these aims the club has en-
deavored to raise and maintain
a higher standard of efficiency.
This year the members spon-
sored typing demonstrations by
expert typists and their own
monthly paper, "The Business
The officers: Io leanne Cirau-
lo, Dorothy Tucker, Mary Ro-
mero, and Beatrice Horn, un-
der the guidance of George W.
Peck, have helped make this
year's program a success.
This year, members of the
French club enjoyed social and
educational events: a Hal-
loween party, participation in
pep parades, and travel talks
on the Gaspe regions of Can-
ada, on Mexico, and on French
quarters of American cities.
The clubs float in the pep
parade featured a French chef,
Melvin "Garconne" Zuckerman,
balanced precariously on the
radiator cap of a decorated car.
All l-lallows Eve was given
due recognition when the
'lFrenchies" held a gay cele-
bration at the home of Marilyn
Miss Ann Craig, adviser, Ruth
Newcomb, Catherine Nelson,
lean Voight, and Robert Storey
led the club this year.
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Claudia V. Abell, University ol Chi-
cago, Chicago Academy ot Fine Arts,
Fine Arts, Art Adviser lor Maroon.
Clifton E. Adams. B. S. Lombard Col-
lege, Science, lunior lzaak Walton
League, Wrestling Coach. W. O.
Beckner. M. A. University of Chicago,
Cliiucliii V. Alicll C. li. Adams
W. 0. Bcckncr Marge Bicrsach
Martha E. Black lllllllljff R. Bohncrt
Frank R. Briggs R. S. Cartwright
Science. Marge Biersach. M. A. Uni-
versity ot Wisconsin, English and
Dramatics, E. H. S. Players. Martha
Black. M. A, Northwestern University,
English. Elmer R. Bohnert. B S. Stout
lnstituteg Industrial Arts. Frank R.
Briggs. M. A. Indiana State Univer-
sityg English, Mirror and Maroon Ad-
viser, Publications Board. Roscoe S.
Cartwright. M. A. Creighton Univer-
sity, Head ot Social Studies Depart-
ment, Director of Forensics, N. F. L
Hi-Y. Maxine Goldstein, B. S in Phy-
sical Education, North Central Col-
lege, Gym. Marvin L. Hasting. A. B.
University of Illinois, Assistant Band-
master. Marion Gumz. B. E. Superior
State Teachers College, Assistant Li-
brarian. Ethel Hoagland, B. A. Uni-
versity ol Nebraska, Library. Helen
L. Iocelyn. B. S. Northwestern Uni-
versity, Speech and English, Mask
and Bauble. Cleora E. Iohnson, M. A
University of Missouri, Home Eco-
nomics, Home Economics Club. Mar-
tha lane Iones. M. A. Northwestern
University, English. Helen C. Ketter-
ing, M. A. Northwestern University,
Science. Iohn A. Krafit. M. A. Co-
lumbia Universityg Commercial, Ath-
letics, "E" Club. W. A. Kumpf. M. A
University ot Chicagog Head of Busi-
ness Department, l942 Class Sponsor
Inez Lawrance. A. B. University ot
lllinoisg Religious Education. Verne
Lentz. M. A. Northwestern University,
Social Science, Freshmen Sports.
Hi-Y. Edna Lewis, B. A. University
of lowa, Business. Hazel F. Linklield.
M. A. University of Wisconsin, Head
ot Foreign Language Department.
Latin Club. C. A. Lloyd. Northwest-
'ography Club Wildal. Logan M S.
'Nlorthwestern University Physical
ducauon Girls Athletic Association.
Gertrude Carr Meadows B A Cor-
nell College English and Mathe-
matics Iunior Literature Club E G.
McLean M A Northwestern Univer-
ity Science. Irene Plelemexr B. A.
lncliana University- Latin and Eng-
lish. Mary E. Reese. B. A. University
ern University, Industrial Arts, Pho-
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of lowa, Social Science, Speech,
English. Anne Craig. M. A. Univer-
sity of Chicago, Foreign Language,
French Club. Herbert R. Damisch.
M. S. University ol Illinois, Agricul-
ture, F. F. A. Katherine H. Davery.
M. A. Northwestern University, So-
cial Science. Eleanor H. Dorsett.
M. A. University of Illinois, Science.
Elma C. Engelbrecht. M. A. North-
western University, English and Mu-
ix ic tiultlncin Marion Gumz Marvin Hzisting Ethel Hoagluml Helen I.. Iocclvn
i lnlinsun Mnrtlin I. Ioncs llclcn C. Krttcring lohn A. Kraft! W. A. Kumpf
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sic, Senior Literature Club. Mabel
A. Engelbrecht. M. A. Northwestern
University, Foreign Language, Ger-
man Club, Mask and Bauble Club.
Donald M. Esworthy. M, S. Univerf
sity of lllinois, Science, Michael A.
Farrah. M. A. University of Iowa, So-
cial Science, Football, Basketball,
Track. Elsie H. Fletcher, M. A. North-
western University, English, l944
Class Sponsor. Florence H. Fletcher.
lx A. x1fllilgIlIlll'l'l'
Lt-if C.. lN1mitgunii-rx
Cliarlcs l.. Morrill
Cllrnnlt' li. Morrow
Myrun C. Mvcrs
M.i1'gtir'i't li. Newman
Guixrgc lf. Peck
Mary A. Pctcrs
Arlnh A. llrtitt
Ncllic li. Purkixs
U. K. Rouse
li. l. Rcnncr
L. V. Robinson
Mziry Louisa Smith
Nora B. Stickling
Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Home
Economics, Home Economics Club
Kenneth A. Montgomery. M. A. Uni-
versity ot Wisconsin, Social Science,
Secretary-Treasurer ot Athletic Board,
Rifle Club. Leo C. Montgomery,
M. S. University of Illinois, Industrial
Arts. Charles L. Morrill. B. S. DePaul
University, Social Science, Varsity
Football Line Coach, "E" Club. Glen-
nie E. Morrow. M. A. University ot
Ilurhcrt R. Dmiiisi
Kgitlicrinc ll. llqivi
lilcginur ll. llorxct
liIm.i C. lingclliruc
Mahal A. lingclhrc
Miki' A. liairruh
lilsic ll. lflctclivr
lflorciict- ll. lflcrcl
Iowa, Business Dorothy Murray. Il-
linois State Normal University, Busi-
ness. Myron C. Myers. M. A. Univer-
sity of Minnesota, Science, Assistant
Football Coach, 1942 Class Sponsor.
Margaret E. Newman. M, A. Univer-
sity of Chicago, Head of English De-
partment, Publications Board, Ma-
roon Aclviser. George W. Peck. M. A,
University of Chicago, Business,
Commercial Club, N. Y. A. Super-
visor. Mary A. Peters. M. S. Univer-
sity ot Iowa, Mathematics, 1943 Class
Sponsor. Adah A. Pratt. B. A. Whea-
ton College, Head of Mathematics
Department, Student Council Adviser,
Nellie E. Purkiss. Ph. B. University of
Chicago, Social Science. U. K. Reese.
M. A. Northwestern University, Music,
Bandrnaster. Gilbert I. Benner. M. S.
University of Illinois, Science, Stu-
dent Council Co-Adviser. L. V. Rob-
inson. B. S. University ol Iowa, Busi-
ness, School Treasurer. Arthur Rog-
gen. M. A. University ot Iowa, Physi-
cal Education, Track and lntra Mu-
ral Sports, "E" Club. Mary Louise
Smith. M. A. Northwestern University,
Social Science. Elizabeth Stearns.
B. S. Lewis Institute, Home Eco-
nomics, Cafeteria Manager. Nora B.
Stickling. Ph, B. University ot Chi-
cago, English, Publications Board.
Marion Laitey. M. M. Northwestern
University, Music, Orchestra Direc-
tor. Evelyn L. Boettcher. Secretary-
registrar. Homer H. Shelby. M. A.
University of Illinois, Social Science,
Assistant Forensic Coach, 1945 Class
Sponsor, I-Ii-Y. Helen L. Revett. R. N
Charing Cross Hospital, London, Eng-
land, School Nurse. Mabel E. Silli-
lf.rt-lin I.. Ito:-ttc
man. R. N. Sherman Hospital, School
Nurse, Attendance Officer. Marjorie
E. Stofiregen. B. A. University of
Iowa, English, lunior Literature Club,
Tri-Y. P. E. Taylor, University of Illi-
nois, Head ot Industrial Arts Depart-
ment. Adele Thom. M. A. University
of Chicago, Mathematics, Tri-Y. Clif-
ford V. Thomas. M. A. University of
Iowa, Director of Music Education.
Maxine Vincent, Library Science, Uni-
versity of California, Library. I. N.
Voncks, M. A. University of Chicago,
English, Aero Club. E. C. Waggener,
B. S. University of Indiana, Head of
Science Department, Director of Vis-
ual Education. Walter M. Wilson.
B. A. Grinnell Collegeg English, At-
tendance Director. Hortense A. Wil-
son. M. A. University ot Illinois, Math-
ematics. Noel E. Winn. B. S. Stout
Institute, Industrial Arts, Varsity Golf,
Freshman Sports. Robert T. Winn.
B. A. University of Iowa, Science,
Photography Club. Iames E. Baxter.
M. A. Northwestern University, Eng-
lish and Iournalism, Mirror Adviser,
Business Adviser for Maroon, Publi-
Not Pictured: H. E. Raplus. B. S. Iowa
State College, Vocational Agricul-
ture, F. F. A. Chester Renner, A. B.
Eureka College, Mathematics, Tennis
Coach, Physical Education. Dorothy
E. Stoehr, B. A. St. Olaf College,
Homer Shelby Helen I.. Revell Mabel Silliman Marjorie Stoftrcgcn P. E. Taylor
Adele Thom Clifford Thomas Maxine Vincent I. Newell Vonckx Ii. C. Waggoner
Walter M. Wilson llortensc llVilson Noel E. Winn Robert T. Winn lames E. Baxter
CLAXX UF 1943 my
Kun' nur: Ii. .'xCIiL'IILlI1l'l. li. .-X1I.nm-k, I
Amlmm. S. Amhnm, G. Almrcm, C. Allen
Run' !ll'US If.. txIIlIL'I'5l7II, .'X. .'XntcIiII.
R. Applc, N. I. Arthur, G. Asher
M. Alchimn, R. Austin.
Kun' lflrwi Ii. Ihlcklls, II. IIIIYHIIIIII, II.
Iiurluvv, Ii. Burnhnrt. S. IILIYIIXVCII
M. R. Iiurtlcsun, M. I. II.lllIllLlI1.
Rau' fllllff Ii Bznlms, S. Iinck, M. IIA'-
ILAIIIQSI. R. Bcgulkal, I. lk-nlmrt, C. Bun-
norlh, II. I. Iiicklcr.
Kon' fiwf: NV. Iiuhlin, A. Ihmmyglk, C.
Iirundcs, II. Iirulick, A. Iiruwn, IJ.
Brown, P. Rmwn.
Nou' fix: Ii. Iirulmkrr, R. Iiuclmlrr, V.
Iiuinck, M. Iicrlgcr, I.. Iiuhrnw, Ii. Hur-
gcsun, R. Bullm-r.
Kon' .1't'l'l'I1.' I. QILIIIIITITUII, G. IIAIIHHII, U,
CIll'LlIXlI'l0S, C. Carlson, I.. Cnrlsrm, R.
Curxluy, M. I. Chapin.
Run' nglllf IP. CIlL'IK'I'IiLI, lf. IIIIFIBI. Ci.
Clmrim-mon, C. Churchill. I. Cnllim,
Ii. Connor, II. CunrnuI.
Null' l1l'lIf'.' Cullwzly, U. Kfunluggln,
C0llIOII1I3l', R. Cnwy. li. Coxc, D.
Kun' 16111 I. Ihxmixclm, I, lJ.micIs, II. Dur-
Img. K.. Ilnvis, ID. linux, I.. Dzlxis,
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S. Ilicrsclmw, If. Iinllwy, A. Dopke,
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lihlcrr, K. Ehorn.
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man, R. I.nlnprccI1l, C. I.LlIllIIS. M
I.4nnc, A. Lungs.
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V. I.1.-mon, R. I.cucnIwcrgvr.
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Kon' tru: II. Michvl, A. MiIIcr. C. MIIIN,
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Millcr, I'. Millcr.
Kun' f'll'l'l'lIf VV. Milla-r, Ii. McMiIIiun.
If. Misscllc, ID. Mmmcy. Ii. MnrI.uuI,
W. Morrison, R. Mnrlun.
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M. Motulkn, Ii. Mmilz. M. A. IMLIITQIX,
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M. Surbcr, E. Swcntck, I. Szosz, G
Taylor, C. Tazcwcll.
Row Iwo: E. Tcrmini, F. Tcrmini. D
Thornton, M. Toppcl, R. Tipplc, B
Trcaclwcll, F. Trupp.
Rau' thrrr: G. Underhill, A. Van Buren
G. Van cle Vourdc, N. Van Fossan
nor, I. Warner, ll. XVLHCFIIILIII, li
Wcimlnur, B. Wcnzcl.
Row ffrr: C. XNCSICYINLIII, I. VVt'5tl.'l'lllLlll
R. VVhipplc, K. Whitc.
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D. Williams, W. VVilson, M. XVlsc
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H. Vollmcr, I. VonL:mkcn, I. Wag-
Rouf four: L. Xvillll, R. Wzzlkcr, li. War-
I.. Wcycr, L. Whalcn, M. VVhippIu:
Row sewn: C, Wright. P. Wright, I.
Zcnk. S. Zicrkc, G. Ziglcr, G. Zim-
With only two major letter-
men returning tor the 1941-42
basketball season, Elgin's hopes
tor a championship seemed
dashed, but the Maroons came
through with a victorious team,
finishing in second place,
The highlight ot the season
was the defeat of Freeport,
which team was the great ta-
vorite ot the Big Eight Confer-
ence and which later placed
third in the State Conference,
The Maroons opened the sea-
son with victories over Glen-
bard and Hinsdale, but suc-
cumbed to Morton the follow-
ing week. Then they took a de-
cision trom Riverside, which
concluded their pre-conference
The Varsity Team
The varsity Maroon cagers
opened the conference at Ioliet
where they lost. Then came a
winning streak, six in a row,
and these victims included West
Aurora, LaSallefPeru, the Pretf
zels from Ereeport, and a re-
venge victory over Ioliet. How-
ever West Rockford stopped the
lucky streakg and East Aurora
also upset Elgin for a second
loss, the one that took them out
of the championship race.
The Maroons concluded the
season with a victory over East
Rockford, which gave them
seven victories and three losses
for the conference schedule. ln
a final non-conference game El-
gin defeated LaGrange to bring
the seasons record to a close
with twelve victories and five
tltbl lux uffllllfliu hlmx
Iiiik l'rii'i' llnlv Munkv llvfurd Cixi!! Cliff Nnfwn
Lick l"i'vui R.1x Slriihm Dirk Ruth Vfhillx Nl in
Elgin Frosh-Sophs ended the
1941112 season in possession of
third place with the best offenf
sive and defensive records in
the Big Eight Conference.
The underclassrnen played
their best games against Morton
and East Rockford, and Elgin
administered the only two con-
ference defeats to an otherwise
undefeated conference cham-
pion, West Aurora. However a
lack of height and speed hine
dered their chances for a chamf
pionship team in first place.
Maroons opened their season
with three consecutive victories
over Glenbard, Hinsdale, and
Morton. They lost to Riverside,
but recovered with victories
over loliet and West Aurora.
The Frosh-Soph Team
Elgin then started the last half
of the conference by downing
Ioliet and West Aurora, the lat-
ter being in a second overtime.
They lost a close game at West
Rockford and wound up the
season with conference victo-
ries over East Aurora and East
Rockford. The Maroons suc-
cumbed, however, in a non-
conference tilt with LaGrange.
Coach Mike Earroh com-
mented on the team by saying
that this year's squad would
have captured the conference
crown it they had taken more
time in practicing accuracy in
shooting. l-le Went on to say
that the experience gained from
coaching and playing develops
the player tor future varsity
Coach "Mike" Furroh H
' Charles Smith
Varsity Basketball Standings
W. L. Pct.
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After much discussion, the
Big Eight conference voted to
make wrestling a major sport.
The wrestling team's first sea-
son has proved a huge success.
Wrestling is a sport for small
fellows as well as bigger boys.
Many weighing under 140
pounds may earn letters be-
cause they wrestle boys their
Coached by Clifton Adams,
the squad won two meets from
Rockford and from East Aurora,
Ioliet, Riverside, Geneva, and
placed third in the district meet
at Stockton. They lost meets to
Riverside, East Aurora, and
loliet, Thus a splendid record
Captains Iohn Denk and Bob
Hageman won their respective
championships in the sectional
meet and were called the out-
standing matmen. ln the State
Meet Denk lost in the finals,
While Hageman was defeated
in the preliminaries.
With many veterans coming
back, the Maroon wrestlers are
looking forward to a better sea-
son next year.
The achievements of the El-
gin High School varsity debate
squad have been exceptionally
outstanding this year. The
squad gained superior ratings
in every tournament in which it
qualified. At the Augustana
College lnvitational Debate
Tournament, in which thirty'
four schools had entries, Elgin
went to the finals and attained
the high rating of third place.
At the Big Eight Debate and
Original Speech Tournament
Elgin won second place in each
division, With the acquiring of
these goals, Elgin was qualified
to go to the State District Speech
Tournament, where they were
first place winner, The squad
was then sent to the State
Sectional Speech Tournament
There the participants again
won tirst place in debate and
also first place in individual
ln all its history this is the
first time Elgin High School has
had such a large number of con-
testants qualified for the state
finals. ln the preliminaries at
state three Elgin contestants
qualified for the finals in indi-
vidual eventsg debate teams
Won five out of six victories.
A large portion of the success
obtained by the varsity debate
team this year should be ate
tributed to their coach, Roscoe
S. Cartwright, who was assisted
by l-lomer Shelby and Miss
Also bringing honors to E. H.
S. was the Erosh-Soph debate
team, coached by Homer Shel-
by. These debaters came forth
with a victory at the DeKalb
Debate Tournament, but they
gained higher acknowledge-
ment at East Aurora where they
were not only the highest tour-
some, with no defeats, but also
had the highest percentage ot
victories over losses ol any
State High School Speech League
Elgin-tirst in all events com-
Elgin g 34 schools entered -
Big Eight Debate Tournament
Big Eight Original Speech Tournae
State Finals at Champaign
Elgin Debate Team-third place
Bill Allerton-third place in hu-
Iim Waggoner-third place in
Lois Lavina Lawrence S fifth
place in extempore
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I um s XV,igguiur View-plwsimlvlit
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The Student Council is made
up entirely of students and conf
sists of two main bodies the
executive council and the repf
resentatives from each home
room. The executive council is
formed by the four class presif
dents, the four officers of the
council, and those who were
runners-up in the election of
One of the best ideas formuf
lated by the Student Council
was that of the activity tickets
This campaign went over al-
most 10032. Since the war the
Council has instituted a Red
Cross drive, a Memorial Fund
drive, and the sale of Defense
Stamps. The Student Council
also promoted the years lye
"Uut of the Fryhzg Pan"
The eighth sign of the zodiac
is the foundation of many leg-
ends. One such legend, the su-
periority ol the class of '42 over
its predecessors, was born No-
vember l3 and 14, 1941, when
the Senior Class presented for
the first time on a high school
stage Francis Swann's Broad-
way hit "Out of the Frying
Pan," Like a true child of
Scorpio it was of a robust na-
ture, playing to capacity audi-
ences. Unlike its birthsign, how-
ever, the play's punch was not
limited to the end, but was in
evidence from the opening
scene to the tinal curtain.
George Bodell , Keith Alfeld
Norman Reese Bill Allerton
Mrs. Garnet Rosemary Reidy
Tony Dennison Wallace Williams
Muriel Foster, , Barbara Tobin
Kate Ault tThur,l Dolly Cossman
lFri.l Lois Shamberger
Marge Benson lThur.J Gloria Lehman
tFri.l Mary Coleman
Dottie Colburn lean Nelson
Mr. Colburn Charles Aderman
Mr. Kenny, Ioe Neil
Mac , , Norman Badgerow
loe Dick Peterson
Director Miss Marge Biersach
Two of the plays presented at
the Three One Acts are only
two of the many projects under-
taken by the El-l.S. Players an-
nually. Another event ot this
year in which the members of
the club participated was a trip
to Chicago when they saw the
famous Ethel Barrymore in
'The Corn ls Green,"
The officers this year are lean
Nelson, president, Dick Clen-
dening, vice-president, Pat Mc-
Kay, secretary, Charles Ader-
man, treasurer, and Marge
"To learn by doing" is the
motto ot the Mask and Bauble,
portrayed when members have
opportunities to do the types of
stagework they like.
This year a variety of pro-
grams was held: quizzes, panto-
mimes, and a walking-rehearsal
ot a play, While the club also
presented patriotic tableaus in
the Three One Acts,
The officers have been Dick
Leitner, Patricia Dougherty,
Marjory McAllister, and Donald
Graham, with Miss Mabel
Engelbrecht and Miss Helen
Iocelyn as sponsors.
G. A, A.
The GAA., which is a mem-
ber of the lllinois League of the
High School Girls Athletic As-
sociation, is a character and
fun-building organization, since
it provides tor a monthly get-
together of all highschool girls.
Several oi the more outstand-
ing and interesting programs
presented throughout the year
were policemen demonstrations
of first-aid, a comical quartet,
sketches given by the dramatics
classes, panels on proper eti-
quette, and the participation of
all girls in community singing
In May under the sign of
Taurus, which pertains to ath-
letics, the annual play day for
surrounding schools and their
girls athletic groups was held,
at which the Elgin High School
G.A.A. acted as hostess.
The officers for the past year
have been Rhoda Grupe, lane
Coleman, Marilyn Brinker, Shir-
ley Eberman, Ruth Waterman,
Carolyn Hameister, Mary Lane
Hubbell, Shirley Barnwell, and
Margaret Daly. The sponsor
has been Miss Wilda Logan.
The Rifle Club, affiliated with
the National Rifle Association,
has been organized ten years.
Anyone may try for membership
at the beginning of the semes-
ter by competing in rifle con-
tests, but only the twenty high-
est are eligible.
There are four medals to strive
for: for marksmanship, for sharp-
shooter, for expert, and for dis-
tinguished rifleman. The club
possesses its own ranges in the
new north wing.
Purpose of the club is to teach
good sportsmanship, care and
use of firearms, accuracy, and
This year Frank Swanson is
president, with K. A. Montgom-
The major project of the Aero
club in '41-'42 was to construct
three hundred model airplanes
for the United States govern-
ment. Although not compulsory,
each member was encouraged
to build one of these planes so
that he might fully understand
the principles of flying.
Possessing books on branches
of aeronautics, the members
also obtained first-hand inform-
ation through lectures by pilots,
instructors, and crop-dusters.
This knowledge was obtained
when the club visited several
At the "stick" this year was
Bud Roberts, with co-pilots Ed-
ward Swentek and Carol Gur-
nett. I. Newell Vonckx, adviser,
kept the club on a level plane.
With photography as the most
prominent hobby in the coun-P
try, this years photography
club devoted most of its time
and effort to developing skill in
that field. Throughout the year
experienced photographers pref
sented lectures to the club on
Because of the war, the club
was informed by the Eastman
Kodak Company that they
would have to save all metal
equipment used in photography
The club selected the follow-
ing group of students as their
officers: Roger Livesay, presi-
dent, Shirley Beck, secretary,
and Bill Lowry, treasurer, Spon-
sor for the club was R. T. Winn
The Home Economics Club
welcomes all highschool girls
and especially those interested
in foods and clothing.
This year the foods and clothe
ing departments carried on seve
eral war-time proiects. The
clothing classes made Bed Cross
garments for children and knitf
ted squares for afghans. During
this time the foods classes were
busy making cookies which
were sent to the soldiers.
The club had the following
officers: Lois l-leflick, president,
Bamona Chandler, vice-presif
dent, Gloria Erickson, secretary,
and Sue Dewey, treasurer.
Sponsors for the club were
Mrs, Florence Fletcher, clothing
teacher, and Miss Cleora lohn-
son, foods teacher.
In learning about German
contributions to World culture,
the German club held many
programs of music, speakers,
and pictures this year. Use of
the language was made in play-
lets, reading contests, and spell-
downs. This year the club cele-
brated the 150th anniversary of
Mozart. At Christmas time the
annual banquet was held,
while in February a valentine
party was enjoyed.
Thus a busy year was favored
by the Hmonthly signs," and the
German club, supervised by
Miss Mabel Engelbrecht, suc-
cessfully carried out its purpose.
The officers were Wallace Wil-
liams, loan Silliman, Margaret
Gmur, and Geraldine Ziegler.
Inter Nos is one of the oldest
clubs in the school. The purpose
of the club is to further the stu-
dents' interest and understand-
ing ofthe Romans and their cus-
toms, These are things for which
time is not found in class.
One meeting this year was
devoted to Roman holidays,
when members of a panel com-
pared ancient holidays with
ours. Another meeting featured
a Latin baseball game and
This years officers were loan
Apgar, president, Mary Lane
Hubbell, vice-president, Mary
Ellen Murphy, secretary, Wil-
liam Dearlove, treasurer, with
Miss Hazel Linkfield as sponsor.
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The class of l942, numbering
400 students, entered E. H. S. in
1938 and soon became active
in school functions. Ioan Weed,
Marion Boppre, Bill Allerton,
and Cele Eshleman represented
the freshmen on the Student
Council. Later 108 students were
added to the class from Abbott.
Our sophomore class then be-
gan to organize. Dick Peterson
was elected president, Dick
Helm, secretaryg and Bob Torn-
The juniors, with their red and
white class sweaters, began to
accept new responsibilities. The
class was again led by Dick
Peterson, president, with Doris
Helm, vice-presidentg Cele Eshe
leman, secretary, and Dick Clen-
dening, treasurer. The class
play this year was "Pride and
Prejudice," presented in May,
all previous attendance records
were broken. The lunior-Senior
Prom brought to a close the
ln the last year the officers
were Bob Thoren, president,
Cele Eshleman, vice-presidentg
Rhoda Grupe, secretary, Keith
Affeld, treasurer, and Mr. Wal-
ter Kumpf acting as adviser.
After Mr. Kumpf resigned, Mr.
Myron Myers became the new
The play "Out of the Frying
Pan" was staged.
This year the class voted to
have a class party instead of a
supper. The party was a com-
plete success. College Day was
very successful in helping many
of the seniors choose colleges.
Dick Peterson headed the Stu-
dent Council with Doris Helm
as treasurer. As the year end-
ed, committees for special senior
activities were named. Class
Day, Baccalaureate, Prom, and
Commencement ended func-
tions in E. H. S. for the 400 stu-
dents graduating in lune, l942.
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CHARLES ADERMAN, "Chuck": Iunior and
Senior Plays, Hi-Y, A Cappella. KEITH AF-
FELD. "Aff": E.l'l.S. Players, Band, Iunior and
Senior Plays. ROBERT AHLE, "Babu: Wres-
tling. WILLIAM STEWART ALLERTON, "Bill":
N.F.L., Student Council, EHS. Players. LAW-
RENCE ALLISON. "Larry": Tennis, Mirror,
Band. ARLINE MARION ANDERSON. "Andie":
A Cappella, E.H.S. Players, Tri-Y. IEROME
ANDERSON, "lerry": lzaak Walton, Rifle Club.
RUTH CAROLYN ANDERSON, "Ruthie": G.A.
A., Girls Glee. RUTH L.ANDERSON, "Ruthie":
GA.A. VERN ANDERSON. "Andy": EHS.
Players, Hi-Y. ALVIN VERNON ANNIS. "Al".
IAMES NORMAN ARTHUR, "Norm": Mgr. Hea-
vyweight Football. NORMAN BADGEROW,
"Dink": Mask and Bauble, Intramural Basket-
ball, Senior Class Play. BARBARA IEAN
BALLARD, "Babs": Iunior Literature Club,
G.AA. ELAINE MARION BARNETT. LULA
FAYE BARNWELI., "Lou"1 GAA., lst Girls
Glee. HAROLD FRED BARTELS, "Bartels":
FFA. MARILYN IUNE BARTELT. "Kittert":
GAA., Home Economics, Treble. RICHARD
NORMAN BARTH, "Dick". ELAINE CLAIRE
BAUMAN: Commercial Club, Tri-Y, GAA.
A ndrrson R.
An ni: l .
ROBERT H. BECKER, "Allahu: "E"
Club, Football, Basketball. BETTY
IANE BEGALKA: Tri-Y, G.A.A. WIL-
BUR EDWIN BENDER. "Wibbs": En'
tered from Bartlett High, F.F.A. EU-
GENE KENNETH BENNER, "Gei'1e"3
Football, Hi-Y. HELEN BERMAN.
"Sherry": G.A.A., Tri-Y. MARIORIE
LOUISE BEVERLY, "Bev": Tri-Y, Band,
Maroon Staff. ELAINE MARIE BEY-
ER: A Cappella, G.A.A., Iunior Class
Play. IOAN MARIE BIGGINS. "Big":
A Cappella, Maroon, Tri-Y, ALVIN
RUSSEL BLIETZ, "Blitzkrieg": Fresh-
Soph Basketball, Track. IAMES BLI-
ZEK, "Iim": Basketball, Track. ALICE
LUCILLE BONCOSKEY. "Bonnie": G.
A.A., Tri-Y, First Girls Glee. MARIAN
IANE BOPPRE: A Cappella, Student
I R H. Hvgtllfqil IV. Hrllrlcv' lf. Bl'I1Ill'l' Actor Allcrtun Plays lt
H Human .lI. Hr'1'f'rly lf, Bryn' l. Hllgglllla'
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ESTHER VERA BRANDES: GAA., Aeolian,
Home Economics Club. I-'ERN IUDITH BREUM:
GA.A. MARILYN ANN BRINKER, "Lynn": G.
A.A., Home Economics Club. LORRAINE HAR-
RIET BRITT: Commercial Club, GAA., Tri-Y.
ELMER CALVIN BRITTON: FFA., lzaak Wal-
ton. ARTHUR S. BROWN. "Art": Boys Glee
Club, ROBERT WILLIAM BROWN. "Bob": A
Cappella, French Club, E.H.S. Players. IAMES
RONALD BRUCKER. "Iim": Math Club, Golf.
E. DORIS BRUENING. "Dory": GAA., Home
Economics Club, LUCILLE MILDRED BRUN-
NER. A. HELEN BURG, "Birclie": GAA., Com-
mercial Club, Home Economics Club. IOYCE
BEVERLEY BURKART: Iunior Literature Club,
Senior Literature Club. DOROTHY LOUISE
BURKE, "Dot": Geography Club. WILLIAM
ARTHUR BURMEISTER, "Burmie": "E" Club,
Basketball, Tennis. LOIS P. BURNIDGE: Com-
mercial Club, Home Economics Club, GOR-
DON LEE BURTON: Hi-Y, Latin Club, ROBER-
TA ELAINE CAMPBELL, "Werlfie": Orchestra,
German Club, GAA. MARSHALL CARTIER.
"Mick". BOB CARTIER. "Frog": Transferred
to loliet. RHENE CASSELL, "Birdie": Basket-
ball. BYFORD EUGENE CAVITT, "By": Bas-
ketball, Student Council, Senior Sales Cern-
CHRISTINE CERASA. "Chris": G,A.A.,
Home Economics Club. RAIVIONA
IUNE CHANDLER. "Mona": G.A.A.,
Tri-Y, Home Economics Club. IAMES
CHAPMAN: Student Council, Maroon
Stall, Band. CLYDE CHRISTENSEN.
"Swede": Glee Club, F.F.A. IO IEAN-
NE CIRAULO. "lou: Senior Tri-Y, BH.
S. Players, A Cappella. PAUL RICH-
ARD CLENDENING, "Fuzzy": EHS.
Players, Math Club, Hi-Y. IANE
ELIZABETH COLEMAN. "Chassie":
Senior Tri-Y, G.A.A., E.H.S. Players.
MARY BALCH COLEMAN: Tri-Y, A
Cappella, Bl-I.S, Players. GERTRUDE
COLLINS. "Curly": Entered from Tony,
Wis, IACK COOK. "Little Buzz":
Fresh-Soph. Basketball, Debate, BAR-
BARA IANE COPLEY. "Barb": Band,
Student Council, Tri-Y. DOLLY MA-
DALYN COSSMAN, "Martha": El-l.S.
Players, Tri-Y, Debate.
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1 folm: I. Cook B. Copley D. Cosxnzan
MARY IEAN CRAWFORD: Iunior Lit-
erature Club, Commercial Club, Tri-Y.
GRACE ELIZABETH CRICHTON. "Liz":
Tri-Y, Band, Orchestra. MARGARET
HELEN DALY,"Marnie": G.A.A., Home
Economics Club, Commercial Club.
MARYANN MAGDALENE DANIELEK.
"Dannie": GAA., EHS. Players,
French Club. IOHN WOOD DAR-
NELL. "Dizzy": EHS. Players, Senior
Literature Club, Debate. HELEN
EILEEN THERASE DARR: Left school.
RENO ALBERT DAVIS IR.. "Dave"L
First and Second Boys Glee, Geog-
raphy Club. GEORGE DIEBERT.
"Dib": Iunior lzaalc Walton League.
IOHN DENK. "Hans"2 Wrestling, Foot-
ball, Track. VIRGINIA DICKERSON,
"Ginny": G.A.A., Aeolian, Tri-Y
HERBERT DIECKHOFF, "Herbie":
Geography Club, F.F.A. IAMES
WARREN DIERSHAW, "lim": Football
Manager, "E" Club, German Club
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ROBERT BENIAMIN DIETERICH. "Bob": Band,
Mirror Staff, Orchestra. CHARLOTTE DITT-
MANN, "Popsie": Maroon Staff, Student Coun-
cil, Mathematics Club. DUANE SHERBERT
DUNLAP. "Wayne": First Band, German Club,
Orchestra. HELEN ELLEN DOOLEY: Orches-
tra, DeBate, Tri-Y. IOHN NICHOL DUVAL.
"Beezie": Football, Hi-Y, Basketball. CHRIS
ECONOMY. "Econ": Football, Hi-Y, Boxing.
CHARLES EDWARD EDLUND, "Chas": Track,
F. F. A., A Cappella. ROBERT CHARLES
EHORN. "Bob": Aero Club, First Boys Glee,
A Cappella. LESTER EKSTROM. "I..es": Math-
ematics Club. ROBERT ELLIOTT ELDREDGE.
"Red": "E" Club, Izaak Walton, Aero Club.
CECILE KAY ESHELMAN, "Cele": Student
Council, G,A.A., Maroon. CHARLOTTE FAIR-
CHILD. "Babe": Maroon, E.H.S. Players, Home
Economics Club. ROBERT C. PEUERHAKEN.
"Bob": A Cappella, E.H.S. Players. SHELDON
S. FISCHER. "Fish": Izaak Walton. HERBERT
SIDNEY FISHER. "Sid": Basketball, A Cappel-
la. SYLVIA MARION FISHER. "Sylvie": Ma-
roon, E.H.S. Players, G.A.A. ELISABETH E.
FLETCHER. "Liz": Band, Mirror, Tri-Y. WIL-
LIAM EDWARD FLOOD. "Zeke": "E" Club,
Mirror, Maroon. CHARLOTTE IEANNE FLORA.
"Charm: G.A.A., Tri-Y, A Cappella. IOYCE
MARILYN FOLTZ: Band, Student Council,
Tri-Y. IAMES CHARLES FORSTER, "limmy":
Band, Football, Cheerleading.
ROBERT IACK FREYER. "Iack": Bas-
ketball, Hi-Y, Student Council. KATH-
RYN PATRICIA FULLER. "Pat": Tri-Y,
G.A.A. RODNEY GABLER: Latin
Club, Band. LUCILLE GARBRECHT.
"Lue": G.A.A., German Club. BENNY
CLYDE GARDNER. LILLIE ALINE
GARDNER. "Lil": Commercial Club.
MARVIN WILLIAM GARRELTS: Track.
BRUCE D. GENEREAUX. "Moose":
"E" Club, French Club, A Cappella.
CHESTER HOWARD GERBER. "Ches-
ty": Band, Phoiography Club, Rifle
Club. ROSE MARIE GIARDINO:
Commercial Club. IEAN DOLORES
GIBBS. "Gibby": French Club, Com-
mercial Club, First Girls Glee.
DONALD VERNON GIERTZ.
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MARILYN IEAN GIERTZ. "Giertzski": E.H.S
Players, A Cappella, Tri-Y. ELLREY FRED
GIESEKE. "Kayo": Geography Club. CAR-
RELL GILLETTE: Geography Club. DORIS
IRENE GILLIOM: A Cappella, Commercial
Club, G.A.A. ROBERT GILOMEN, "Gil": Izaak
Walton, E.H.S. Players, Rifle Club. MAR-
GARET MARY GMUR. "Marg": Student Coun-
cil, A Cappella, German Club. IACK GOLL.
"lackson": Student Council. IANET GORDON.
ROBERT C. GRAF. "Bob": Football, Basketball.
HELEN GROSS. "Sandy": G.A.A., Home Eco-
nomics Club. RHODA MAY GRUPE: G.A.A.,
N.F,L., Student Council. RICHARD S. HACH-
TEL. "Dick": Intramural Basketball. ROBERT
HAGEMAN. "l-lootch": Football, Track, Wres-
tling. ROY C. HALLOCK. IR.: Aero Club.
Fresh-Soph Basketball, Track. SHIRLEY RAE
HAMEISTER. "Shir1": G.A.A., Tri-Y, Commer-
cial Club. BARBARA GAIL HAMMERSCHMIDT.
"Barb": Entered from Elgin Academy, Com-
mercial Club, G.A.A. IUNE MARCIA HANSEN:
Commercial Club, French Club, Senior Litera-
ture Club. WILLIAM IOHN HANSING, "Bill":
Mirror, German Club, Photography Club,
ROBERT ROSS HARNEY. "Bob": Basketball.
CARL L. HART. "Coll". EVELYN C. HECHT.
LOIS HEFLICK. "Lo": Latin Club, GAA., Home
Economics Club. CAROLIEANE MAE HEI-
MAN, "Punk": G.AA., Home Economics Club.
Commercial Club. FRANCES MARIE HEI-
NICKE. "Frannie": GAA., Home Economics
Club, German Club. DORIS MAE HELM.
"Dor": Student Council, Maroon, A Cappella.
DAVID HENDRICKS. "Dave": Band, Orchestra,
Rifle Club. DON IAMES HENDRICKS. "Don":
First Band, Rifle Club, Aero Club. AUDREY
HENNINGS. "Aud": GAA., Hostess Club, Stu-
dent Council. MARY IANE HERBERT: E.H,S.
Players, Iunior Class Play, GAA. VIRGINIA
HERMAN. "Virgie": Basketball, Badminton.
DON VICTOR HILL. "Dimples": F.F.A., Aero
Club. MARILYN HILL: French Club, E.l-IS.
Players, First Girls Glee. NORMAN ARTHUR
HINRICI-IS. "Norm": Band. DORIS IANE
HINTT, "Kitten": Glee Club. GORDON IOHN
HOERNER. "Gordy": First Band, Football. DO-
LORES LUCETTA HOFFMAN, "Dee": GAA.,
Aeolian, Treble. HELEN ANNETTA HOFF-
MAN: GAA. IOHN ELMER HOFFMAN. "Iohn-
ny". VIRGINIA LOUISE HOFFMAN, "Ginny":
GAA., Senior and Iunior Literature Clubs.
PHYLLIS ANN HOLLAND. "Phil": GAA., Home
Economics Club. VERDELL IANE HOMUTH,
"Dell"1 Tri-Y, G.A.A., Aeolian. EUGENE
FREDERIC HOPPE. "Gene": German Club.
Boys Glee, A Cappella.
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BEATRICE MARION HORN, "Bea"
Girls Glee Club, Literature Club,
Commercial Club, ALVA HOYE. "Al"
Boys Glee Club. LOIS HUBER: Ger
man Club, G.AA., Latin Club. DON-
ALD HUCKSTEDT, "Huck": Basket
ball. HELEN K. HUFFSTUTTLER
"Huffy": GAA. LUCILLE MARGUE-
RITTE HUGH. "Lou": Orchestra, Math-
ematics Club. DELBERT WILLIAM
HULKE. IANE HUMBRACHT. "lanie".
DOROTHY HUTSON, "Dot": Home
Economics Club, Commercial Club,
Glee Club. LORRAINE RUTH IAHN-
KE: Entered from Barrington. EDE-
LYN LOIS IENNEIAHN, "Eddie": G.
AA., French Club, Tri-Y. ELAINE
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DAVID VALENTINE IOHNSON. "Tino": Boys
Science Club, BHS. Players, Mirror Stall.
EMGARD ANN IOHNSON, "lerry": G.A.A.
GRACE O. IOHNSON: lunior Literature Club,
Home Economics Club. IACQUELYN IOHN-
SON, "Iackie": GAA., Tri-Y, Band, MARILYN
I. IOHNSON: "Mickey": Band, Tri-Y, GAA.
RUTH CARLEY IOHNSON, "Cubby": Litera-
ture Club, GAA., Tri-Y. SHIR LEE IOHNSON,
"Lee": Tri-Y, GAA., Latin Club. WARREN H.
IOHNSON: Mathematics Club, Maroon Stall.
IULIA E. KAPTAIN, "lulie": G,A.A., Commer-
cial Club, Tri-Y. IRENE HELEN KATOPODIS.
"Pinkey": Tri-Y, GA.A., Student Council.
LUCILLE ALICE KATZ. "Blondie": GAA.,
Mathematics Club. BERNICE IOSEPI-IINE
KAWA. "Bernie": G.A.A.,
Club. LOIS GERALDINE KEISTLER. "Lois":
Orchestra, GA.A., Tri-Y.
KELLEY. "Peg": GAA., A Cappella, Maroon
Stall. LENORE WILDA KERNAN. "Blondie":
GAA., French Club. GLADYS KATHRYNE
KILGORE. "Hicky": GAA., Maroon Stall, Tri-Y.
OLIVIA CHAHLENE KING. MARION LUCILLE
KIRKPATRICK. "Kay": GAA., Home Econom-
ics Club, Tri-Y. HOWARD KLEISER. "Howie":
Commercial Club, Senior Literature Club.
RUTH EILEEN KLUENDER: "Klink": Band, Tri-Y,
Student Council. LLOYD A. KNAPP. "Skid":
Track, lntramural Basketball, Rifle Club.
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LUCILLE KOBEL. "Lu"z GAA., Home
Economics Club. DARLENE ELLEN
KOCH. "Darn: Tri4Y, Maroon Staff,
Home Economics Club. DORIS IUNE
KOTHE. "Dorry": G.A.A., German
Club, Home Economics Club. DORO-
THY KRAMBEER. "Dot": Tri-Y, GA.A.,
First Girls Glee. AGNES CHRISTINE
KRAUTZ: German Club, GAA., Tri-Y.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH KREA. "Dot":
German Club, GA.A. ARDELL PAUL
KRICH: Basketball, Track, Student
Council. ROBERT ANDREW KROM-
HOUT. "Krummy": Band, Mirror Staff,
KENNETH KRUEGER. BOB KARL
KRUEGER. "Krueg": Rifle Club, Mirror
Staff, Geography Club. LUCILLE
LA BRASH, "Toots": GAA., French
Club. ROBERT IAMES LAIRD. "Pow-
erhouse": Latin Club, E.H.S. Players,
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LORRAINE CORA LAMBKE: GAA.,
Home Economics Club. RICHARD
FREDERICK LANDWEHR. "Diclcie":
German Club, Mathematics Club.
BETTY LOWISA I.ANGE,"l.etty Bangui
German Club, GAA., First Girls
Glee. EILEEN LASCOE, "l": G.A.A,,
French Club. LOIS LAVINE LAW-
RANCE, "LLM: NFL., Orchestra,
French Club. LILA OPAL LAY, "Dim,
ples": G.A.A., Home Economics Club.
GLORIA GAIL LEHMAN, "Glo":
Band, Senior Class Play, Maroon
Stall. HOWARD RICHARD LESCHKE.
"l-lowie": A Cappella, lzaak Walton,
First Boys Glee. IOHN ARTHUR
LINDBERG. "Iack": Photography Club.
DORIS MAE LINDEMANN. "Dorie"1
G.A.A., Home Economics Club, Tre-
ble. CARL GEORGE LINDOERFER,
"lake": Football, Basketball, "E" Club.
CHARLES LINDQUIST, "Chuck": Ten-
nis, Student Council, Hi-Y.
I rm R. I.t1I11lll'l'lH' H. Lange li. l,a,fcor Scninrs my fnrcwcll to Mr lxun
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li. Iizfrxuy D. l.m'11ng
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W. Mi4'lmc'l M. Milltzrd
I. Millrr S. .llillfr
I. Milrhrll L. .ll1'IIlr',fIri11lI
GEORGE ROGER LIVESAY: Tennis, Maroon
Staff, Orchestra. DELORES LORANG. "Tub-
by": Tri-Y, E.l'l.S. Players, Mask G Bauble.
SHIRLEY IEAN LUECHT: GAA., Glee Club,
Aeolian. WALDEMAR LOUIS LUEPKE. "Lup":
Football, Basketball, "E" Club. VICTOR MASI.
"Vic": Basketball. ROBERT MASON, "Bob":
Hi Y, Latin Club. DARWIN PAUL MATTESON.
"Mattie": Aero Club, Izaak Walton, Basket-
ball. LOIS KAY MCBRIDE. "l..aie": A Cappella
G.A.A., Tri-Y. YVONNE VIOLET MCCASKEY,
"Mac". PATRICIA IEAN McKAY. "Pat": E.H.S.
Players, Tri-Y, French Club. VERONA MEL-
LEMA. "Oney": GA.A., German Club, Com-
mercial Club. WILLIAM METZ, "Willy": E.H.S.
Players. WILLIAM HAWLEY MICHAEL, "Miken:
Football, "E" Club. MARY FRANCES MIL-
LARD: G.A.A., Commercial Club, Home Eco-
nomics Club. EDWIN IAMES MILLER. IEAN
HELEN MILLER: Mirror Staff, First Girls Glee,
GA.A. SHIRLEY MARIE MILLER. "Shirl":
GAA., Tri-Y, WANDA LEE MILLER. "Wendy
Lee": Student Council, Mirror Stall, Tri-Y.
IOHN DAVID MITCHELL. LEORA DOROTHY
MITTLESTEADT. "Lee": GAA., Tri-Y, Glee
Club. SHIRLEY H. MOCK. "Shir"1 GAA., Mir-
ror Stail, A Cappella
LLOYD G. MUI-IR. "l-lawkeye": Geog-
raphy Club, Boys Glee Club, Foot-
ball. MAURICE EDWARD MUNCH.
"Crunch": First Band. MARILYNN
IUNE MYERS. "Minnie": Tri-Y, EHS.
Players, Maroon Staff. RICHARD E.
NASS. IOSEPH FERDON NEIL II,
"Ioe": A Cappella, Iunior and Senior
Class Plays, Hi-Y, CATHERINE NEL-
SON. "Kay": Mirror Stall, Literature
Club, French Club, CHARLES H.
NELSON. "Chuck", IEAN EDYTHE
NELSON. "Ieanie": El-l.S. Players,
Cheerleading, Mirror. IAYNE R. NE-
ROVE. "Iaynie": Mirror Staff, A Cap-
pella, French Club. RUTH FRANCES
NEWCOMB: Tri-Y, French Club, G.
A.A. GERALDINE NEWCOMER. "leer-
ry": Tri-Y, G.A.A., A Cappella. WIL-
LIAM I.. NEWMAN, "Bing": Hi-Y,
Photography Club, Basketball.
I Vt hr Ill. Illmzflz M. fllyz-fx R. Nam Mirror litlitur Nt-lwn plans th nur
I ANI C. Nrlxon C. Nelson I, Nrlwn
I Arrmc R. lV!'ll'l'0I7l17 ll. fVc'u'mn1e: W. Nz'u'mn1
DOLORES RAE NIEDERT, "Sis": Tri-Y, G.A.A.,
Latin Club. MABLE NOFFS: G.A.A., Home
Economics Club, Glee Club. CARL R. NOR-
LANDER, "Corky": Hi-Y, Student Council, Mir-
ror Staff. LAWRENCE IOSEPH GEORGE
NUFER. "Nufl": Orchestra, Football Manager,
"E" Club. IOYCE CAROL OGDEN: Band,
Tri-Y, Orchestra. LOIS RAE OLNEY. DONNA
OLSON: Commercial Club. HELEN MAXINE
OLWIN, "Max": G.A.A., Tri-Y, German Club.
BILL O'MALLEY. "lrish": First Band. DORIS
MAXINE PALM. "Palmsey": Entered from Ge-
neva High School, Home Economics Club.
WILLARD L. PALMER. "Willy": Wrestling, Foot-
ball, "E" Club. ROBERT LESLIE PARROTT.
"Bob": Mirror Stall, Hi-Y, "E" Club. ROBERT
I. PAULSON: Football, Basketball, Wrestling.
MARVIN RICHARD PEARSON, "Dick": E.H.S.
Players, Basketball, Iunior Class Play. RALPH
B. PEEK: Publications Board, Hi-Y. ERNEST
LEROY PELLETIER. "Pelle". MARILYN IEAN
PERKINS, "Perky": Treble, First Girls Glee,
G.A.A. WENDELL LOUIS PERKINS, "Wennie":
Football, First Band, "E" Club. IOYCE CHAR-
LENE PETERSON. "Blondie": Mirror Staff, Tri-
Y, G.A.A. RICHARD PETERSON. "Pete": Stu-
dent Council, Band, Iunior and Senior Class
Plays. ANNA RACHAEL PEVEN: Senior Lit-
erature Club, Mirror Staff.
SHIRLEY MAE PHILLIPS: First Band, G.A.A.,
Tri-Y, FRANCES DOROTHY PLATH, "Fran":
A Cappella, Maroon Stall, G.A.A. DOROTHEA
CLARA PLOTE: G.A.A., Home Economics Club.
ELMARIE ARDITH PORTER: Orchestra, Latin
Club, Girls Science. HOIVIER PRICE, "George":
Hi-Y, Maroon, Publications Board. RICHARD
FRANK PRICE. "Dick": Basketball, Tennis,
I-Ii-Y. GEORGE WILLIAM PRIEGNITZ: First
Boys Glee. MARILYN LUCILLE PRILLER,
"Freckles": G.A.A., Tri-Y, Aeolian. ELAINE
LOIS PROUTY: G.A.A., Commercial Club,
Home Economics Club. DOROTHY MAE
PUFFPAFF, "Puffie": G.A.A., German Club,
Home Economics Club. ELINOR M. RADDE.
"Shorty": G.A.A., German Club, Commercial
Club. DONALD RADLOFF, "Don": Band, Aero
Club, Rifle Club. MARVIN E. RADLOFF,
"Marv": Basketball. WILMA MARGARET
RADTKE: G.A.A., Literature Club, German
Club. ELEANOR MARIE RAKOW, "Lelty":
Treble, Aeolian, G.A.A. ROBERT DARWIN
RANDEL, "Bob". HELEN MAE REAL, "I-Ierdie":
First Girls Glee, German Club, G.A.A. LEON-
ARD PERCY REBENSTORF II, "Doc": Football,
Student Council, Basketball. ROSEMARY
IRENE REIDY: EHS. Players, Iunior and Sen-
ior Plays, G.A.A. RICHARD CHRIST REIMER,
"Dick": Aero Club, German Club, Senior Class
Play. VIRGINIA MAE REINKING, "Ginny":
Home Economics Club, G.A.A.
Phillip: F. Plath
Porlrr H. Price
Pricgnilz AI. Prillcr
Pugpajf E. Rnrirlc
Radlob' W. Rzldllqe
Randel H. Rm!
Rfiriy R. Rfflllfl'
I 'rum y
OLIVER CHARLES REUTER, "Ollie",
GEORGE FRANCIS RICKERT, "Rick".
MARY IANE RIEPL. "Rip": GAA.,
Latin Club, Home Economics. BETTY
IANE RINNE, "Realm: Home Economics
Club, G.A.A., Aeolian. RICHARD
WILLIAM RINNE. "Pinky". NORMA
IACQUELINE ROBERTS. "Punk": E.
HS. Players, Tri-Y, First Girls Glee.
ORVA IEAN ROBINSON, "Corky": G,
AA., Tri-Y, Aeolian, LOUISE MARY
ROCHE, "Lou": G.A.A., Tri-Y, Ger-
man Club. DOUGLAS BONESTEEL
ROGERS, "Bonesteel": Hi-Y, Student
Council, Latin Club. THOMAS ED-
MUND ROGERS: Iunior Literature
Club, Latin Club, Frosh-Soph Foot-
ball. FELICIANA MARY ROMERO:
Home Economics Club, Commercial
Club. ROBERT MARSHALL ROSEN-
GARDEN. "Rosy": Entered from Chi-
cago, lll, Band.
O. Rfutcr G. Rl't'kl'I'l M. Rifpl B. Rinnr Student Council Prcsitlcnt Peterson tnyots lift
R. Rmur N. ROl7t'l'1.f 0. Rofvinxon I.. Roche'
IJ. Rngrrx T. Roger: I". Rvnzrru R. ROA'flIgtIl'dFll
DOLORES ROULEY. "Squeak": Band, Orches-
tra, A Cappella. MARILYN GALE ROVEL-
STAD. "Lynn": Mirror Staff, A Cappella, Tri-Y.
CATHERINE DORELLA RUSSELL, "Kay": G.
A.A., Commercial Club, Home Economics Club.
KENNETH REUBEN SACK. "Gunny": Aero
Club, Photography Club, Rifle Club. DANIEL
ANTHONY SANTANNI IR.. "Dan". VIOLA
MARIORIE SCHICK. "Vin: Home Economics
Club, G.A.A. IEANNETTE MARIE SCHILKE.
"Iean": Entered from Chicago, Ill., G.A.A., A
Cappella. LUCILLE ERNA SCHLIEP. "Lu":
G.A.A., A Cappella. BETTY IEAN SCHMIDT.
"Betts": Commercial Club, GA.A., Treble.
DARWIN BLAKE SCHMIDT, "Schmutt": Stu-
dent Council, Band, Mirror. WILLIAM A.
SCHMITZ, "Smitty": Student Council, Football,
Track. BETTY IANE SCHMOKEL. "Smoky":
G.A.A., Home Economics Club, Commercial
Club. DOROTHY MAE SCHNEFF, "Dot":
Band, German Club, Tri-Y. VIRGINIA MAY
SCHRADER: Band, Maroon Staff, G.A.A.
CHARLES WILLIAM SCHROEDER. "Chuck":
Track, "E" Club. CLIFFORD EARL SCHROE-
DER."Clit": Football, Track, "E" Club. CURTIS
EDWIN SCHUBBE. "Curty"1 Mirror Staff, FFA.,
Geography Club. WILLIAM ROBERT SCHUCH-
ERT, "Bill": Hi-Y, Latin Club. BEULAH RUTH
SCHULTZ, "Boon: lunior Literature Club, Tri-Y,
G.A.A. FRANCES BERTHA SCHULTZ, "Fran-
ny": A Cappella, G.A.A., First Girls Glee.
VELMA MARY SCHULTZE. "Shorty": Girls
Glee, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A.
S rh m idt
D. Silntun III-
IEANETTE SCHUMAN: G.A.A., Tri-Y.
VIRGINIA ALICE SCHWAB. "Ginny".
ROBERT BARWIG SCHWARTZ. "Babu:
German Club, Geography Club. IEAN
BETTY SCHWARZWALDER. "lean-
nie": German Club, Tri-Y, Home Eco-
nomics Club. PATRICIA MARY
SCRANTON, "Pat": G.A.A., Tri-Y.
EDWARD FRANCIS SEGERSON. "Edu:
Track, Football. KENNETH SEYLLER.
"Herk". WALTER R. SHALES. "Wal-
ly": Basketball, Boxing. LOIS E.
SHAMBERGER. "Loie": Mirror, Ma-
roon, Student Council. RICHARD
DEAN SHARP, "Moldy": A Cappella,
Cheerleading, "E" Club. HELEN
LOUISE SHULL: Orchestra, GAA.,
Latin Club. NORMA IUNE SIERS.
"Norm": Home Economics Club,
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I Sh1111f1r'1'ge'1' K. Sharp H. Slmll .V. Sirrx
LUCILLE MARIE SISTI, "Sis": A Cap-
pella, Commercial Club, G.A.A. IO-
SEPHINE MAE SMITH. "lo": G.A.A.,
Commercial Club. SHIRLEY ANN
SPOHNHOLTZ. ARTHUR STADLER,
"Art": Basketball, Football, Student
Council. ROBERT ANTHONY STAEH-
LER: Enlisted in Marines. BERNICE
CAROLYN STEFFAN: G.A.A,, Glee
Club. FLORENCE EMILIE STRAUB.
"Flossie": G.A.A., Treble Choir, Aeo-
lian. BERNICE MARION STROEI-IER.
"Bean: Home Economics Club, Geog-
raphy Club. RAYMOND WILLIAM
STROHM. "Ray": German Club, Ten-
nis, Basketball, RICHARD EUGENE
STRUCKMAN, "Dick": Track. DEANE
SUNDERMAN, "Sunny": Football,
Aero Club. GORDON EDWARD
SURBER, "Gordy": Football, Wrest-
I. Smiih S. Spohnholtz A. Stadlcr Dehutcr Tornquist rewrites MHIIL Mfmmun umm
R Slurhlrr B. Stclfan F. Straub B. Stroehcr
A Ytmhm R. Slrnrknzan D. Sflndcrman G. Silrffer
HOWARD SVENDSEN. "Sweden: Band, Bas-
ketball, Football. FRANK CURTIS SWANSON:
Rifle Club. DONALD LEWIS TASKE. "Don".
IEAN RAE TAZEWELL, "Tazy": GAA. LAW-
RENCE CHARLES THIEDE, "Larry": Band, Bas-
ketball, Track. ELMER R. THIES. "Rochester".
IOHN THOMAS, "Iohnny": First Band, Hi-Y.
ROBERT VERNON THOREN. "Babu: Golf, Bas-
ketball, Hi-Y. BARBARA IEAN TOBIN. "Barb":
E.H.S. Players, A Cappella, Orchestra. DORO-
THY LAVERN TOBLER, l'Toby": G.AA. ROB-
ERT ARTHUR TORNQUIST, "Bob": Maroon
Staff, Debate, Hi-Y. DOROTHY MAY TUCKER.
"Dot": Commercial Club, GAA., Winning
magazine salesman. GLORIA GAE TURLEY,
"Glow: GA.A., Mask and Bauble, Latin Club.
RALPH CHARLES TURNQUIST. "Tessie": Bas-
ketball, Golf, "E" Club, DAVID CHARLES
UNRUH. "Curly": FFA. IEAN VOIGT: E.H.S.
Players, French Club, Tri-Y. DOROTHY AR-
LENE VOLLMAN, "Dot": GA.A., Home Eco-
nomics Club. VICTOR VOLKENING. "Vic":
Boys Glee Club. LESTER LAUREN WACKER.
"Wack": Band, Track, LEE REYNOLD WAIN-
SCOTT: F.FA. IAMES IORDAN WALKER.
"Iim": Football, Basketball, Wrestling.
NORMA IEAN WALLMUTH, "Norm":
GA.A., lunior and Senior Literature
Clulcs. THOMAS ROBERT WALTERS.
"Tom". DOROTHY LOIS WASCHER:
Home Economics Club, G.A.A. VIR-
GINIA WASINGER. "Gir1ny": GAA.,
Tri-Y. ANNIE LAURIE WASSINGER.
"Babs": GAA., German Club, Tri-Y
RUTH LOUISE WATERMAN, 'kRutl'1ie"
G.AA. DONALD HOWARD WEDDLE
"Donn: Hi-Y, Band, Student Council.
RALPH HERMAN WEDE. "Whitey":
Boys Glee. IOANNE WEED. "lou:
Band, Orchestra, Student Council.
DAVID GEORGE WENTE. ESTHER
WERFELMANN. "Etta": A Cappella,
GAA. KENNETH RICHARD WESE-
MANN, "Ke-n": Band, Wrestling,
Af Iiullmulh T. IVll1tcr5 IJ. u'ytlil'h!'l' V. Wtlsiugw' The Zicgticlrl girls gn intu tluur n me t
I llaccmgrr R. lVlIIl'I'h1!Il1 D. Wrridlr R. Wcdz'
I li Nd IJ. Wclzte lf. Wfwlzflnzann K. Wzzfrmrznn
CONSTANCE IEAN WESTPHAL, "Connie":
EHS. Players, Iunior Class Play, Tri-Y. IEAN
WHIPPLE. "Stinky": G.A.A., Band. VIRGINIA
WICKNICK. "Slow Gin": G.A.A., Orchestra.
RONALD WINSTON WILKIN. "Ron": Band,
Mathematics Club. WALLACE WILLIAMS.
"Wally": Iunior and Senior Class Plays, Ger-
man Club. HARRIETT EMILY WILSON. "Hat":
Maroon, Mirror, Tri-Y. ROBERT SPENCER
WILSON, "Bob"1 Band, Student Council.
SHIRLEY DOLORES WIMPELBERG. "Wimpy":
G.A.A., Aeolian, First Girls Glee. FRED
WITT IR.. "Nit": Hi-Y, E.H.S. Players, German
Club. GERHARD IOHN WITTHUHN. "Gay":
Rifle Club, Izaak Walton. LUCILLE MAY
WODRICH. "Lucy": Maroon Staff, G.A.A.
HELEN MARIE WORTHEY: French Club, E.H.S.
Players, Latin Club. LILLIAN REBECCA ROSE
YANKO. "Lil": German Club, Orchestra. IO-
SEPHINE YOUNG. "Io": G.A.A., Home Eco-
nomics Club. DOROTHY ZOLL. "Dot": E.H.S.
Players, Tri-Y, Band. RUTH DANIELSON.
"Ruthi": Tri-Y, G.A.A., French Club. REVA
IOSEPH. "Pris": Entered from Norris City, Ill.
MELBOURNE ATCHISON. "Mel": Band. ROB-
ERT MARCUS DAMISCH. LAVERNE EUGENE
FUNK. "Gene": Football, HiY, "E" Club.
IEANETTE LOIS GERDAU. "Ienny": Home Eco-
nomics Club, G.A.A. HARRISON GIERTZ:
Izaak Walton, Football, Rifle Club. FERN
FROOMA GOLDMAN. IOHN GEORGE HILL-
IER. IOE HUGHES. ROLAND ROBERT KOCH.
U.S.N. ARLINE LOUISE KUGATH: Entered
Wf-'ffffffl I- Whfffiff' V- 'Vif'fv"'ftf1 from Libertyville, Ill. Donorl-:Y MAE MILLER.
Willqin IV. Williams H. Wilson H H V
1Vjl,fU,, 5, li','mpfll.,-,-g I". Win Dotty Mae : G.A.A., Commercial Club. ELSIE
Willhuhn L. Wmlrirlz H. ll'w'Ihf'y MAE SPEYERS. Entered from Rockford H1
Ytnllqo I. Young D. Zoll I ' '
lf. D1n1ic'l.mn R. Ioxrph ROBERT IOSEPH WHALEN. "Bob".
Robert liullaml Inez Barry
April ll, W2-I - Scptcmbcr ll, 1939 August l2, 1924 - Iuly 31, 1940
English: Marilyn Daniels, Edith Dun-
ning, Marilee Born, Dramatics:
Dorothy Rovelstad, Irene Seligson,
Foreign Language: Donald Adkins,
Marilee Born, Leota Gustafson,
Social Science: Elizabeth Livesay,
Marilee Born, Leota Gustafson,
Mathematics: Donald Dunning, Vera
Girton, Donald Hernandez, Paul
Science: Mary Lois Wilson.
Agriculture: Elmer Hill, Iames Nesler.
Business: Rosemary Gallina, Irene
Greve, Dorothy Radke.
Art: Edward Anderson.
Industrial Arts: William McMaster,
Music: Audrey Berlin, Fred Sell,
Robert Bartelt, Frank Holden,
Four-Year Award: Marilyn I. Daniels,
Three-Year Awards: Marilee K. Born,
Edith L. Dunning, Leota R. Gustaf-
son, Robert A. Kromhout, Lois La-
vina Lawrance, Roger C. Livesay,
Patricia I. McKay, Mary Catherine
Two-Year Awards: William S. Aller-
ton, Carolyn A. Bennorth, Gordon
L. Burton, Luann F. Detar, Frances
M. Heinicke, Eileen M. Klinger,
Richard F. Landwehr, Faith R.
Lonnquist, Robert M. Rudolph, Iune
I. Szosz, Mary Lois Wilson, Helen
One-Year Awards: Charles W. Adere
man, Donald L. Adkins, Audrey C.
Berlin, Robert VV. Brown, Edmond
E. Connor, Iames Gordon Cox,
Margaret C. Darnisch, Francis I.
Dunbar, Mary Ann Danielek, Mar-
garet C. Gmur, Rhoda M. Grupe,
Charlotte L. Helper, Amy R. Helt-
zel, Anne F. Iones, Constance M.
Kroeger, Richard L. Peterson, Anne
R. Peven, Pamela I. Ryan, Marjorie
I. Sandberg, Glenn I-I. Schnadt,
Dorothy M. Schneft, Iames E. Stahl,
Ir., Robert A. Tornquist, Donald I.
Weddle, Dorothy Wells.
1922 HONOR MEDALS
Gordon L. Banks, Dorothy Rovelstad
CLAXX UF 1944 rr
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SPRING XPOR TX an
The 1941 campaign ot Elgin
High Schools tennis team
should be marked down as one
of the most successful seasons
ever participated in by the net
men. They were represented by
Captain Dick Price, Captain-
elect Chuck Lindquist, Roger
Livesay, Ray Strohm, Bill Bur-
meister, Larry Allison, and Bob
After losing their first two
dual meets of the season, the
team blazed in with sweeping
victories over their remaining
nine matches, which included
the winning of the District
Championship and a third place
in the Conference meet. Dick
Price and Chuck Lindquist Won
both the individual and doubles
championships at the District
and Conference meets, and
also qualified for the State
Championships at Champaign,
here they were eliminated in
the first round of play.
This was the third time in five
years that Maroon raqueteers
have Won the District Cham-
pionship under the successful
coaching of "Gil" Renner.
With four lettermen returning
for this year's squad, coupled
with the addition of some high-
ly touted freshmen and sopho-
mores to take the place of the
graduating lettermen, Elgin's
prospects for the 1942 season
represent what might be the
greatest team that the Maroons
have had in years.
The 1941 track season was
the most successful of all. The
team not only Won the Big Eight
Conference and the Kane
County championship but also
smashed tive records.
The Maroons opened the sea-
son with an indoor meet at Na-
perville where they scored l4
points. A conclusion to the in-
door season at Oak Park gave
Elgin five more points.
Elgin downed Palatine 60-53
in the first outdoor contest, then
conquered East Aurora 88-26.
They participated in a triangu-
lar meet with East and West
Rockford, missing first place by
the scant margin of 1 l X 6 points.
Their second triangular meet,
however, was a Maroon victory.
Elgin acquired a total of
63 3X5 points to Win the Kane
County championship over
West Aurora. Then in the Dis-
trict meet at Rockford they
scored 37V2 points to take sec-
ond place behind York of Elm-
hurst and qualified eight men
for the state finals.
In the State meet at Charn-
paign the team was led by
Mike Sullivan, who took second
place among all hurdlers in the
The Maroons closed a spec-
tacular season by accumulat-
ing 61 points to break Rock-
ford's ten-year domination ol
the track crown.
The Frosh-Soph track squad
must have contracted the
"championship fever" from their
older teammates, for they came
through tour meets victorious.
They defeated Wheaton to
open the season. They followed
with successive victories over
East Aurora, Palatine, and
On all championship teams
there is a record-breaker, and
Elgin was no exception for they
had Mike Sullivan, that hur-
dling ball of fire who set no less
than four records. His record-
breaking feats included a new
Conference record in the low
hurdles, a new county record
in the high hurdles, another
county record in the low hur-
dles bettering his own record,
and he also broke the Rockford
record in the high hurdles. The
relay team also set a new
county record, breaking a rec-
ord held by Elgin since l932.
Thus a very successful track
season came to a close at Elgin
High School. High hopes for a
repetition of, or an improve-
ment of scores and records in
the 1942 season are held by the
squad and school. With several
high pointers returning, these
hopes have a good chance of
tin WW "fx.':.'f.... ,.. ,
'Busy as a tiddler's elbow"
is an apt description of an or-
ganization as active as "Elgin's
own," the EHS band. A group
mixing business with pleasure,
the band attracts over one hun-
dred students each year, and
is one of the most popular
Although they did not com-
pete in contests this year,
bandsmen showed talent in
their three annual concerts, at
football and basketball games,
and by participation in civic
events. An exchange concert
replaced contest trips, curtailed
because of business conditions,
The junior band, supplernente
ing the concert group, trains
the inexperienced players. Mem-
bers of the prep band join with
the concert players to form the
football unit which specializes in
military formations and music.
During basketball season the
band is divided into two small-
er units, the "Maroon" and
"Cream" bands, which alter-
nately play for basketball
The "popular" concerts, so-
called because of the nature of
music played, were presented
November 25, February l7, and
March 24. Under the direction
of Bandmaster U. K, Reese, they
featured an increased number
of popular and semi-classical
September l-Labor Day Parade
September 20 -'- Community Chest
November 25-Fall Concert
October 9-Fire Prevention Parade
February 17-Winter Concert
February 28-District Solo and En'
March 14-District Band tDeKalbl
March 28-District Grade Band Con-
April Z1-Spring Concert
April ll-District Grade Solo and
April l8-Sectional Solo and En-
May l-2-Sectional Bond Contest
May l6-State Final Contests
May 30-Memorial Day Parade
The highschool orchestra has
presented numerous concerts
this past year with the idea ot
improving and developing the
playing ability of the individual
and helping him to appreciate
good music. With these objec-
tives in mind, the orchestra has
completed another successful
year under the able direction
of Miss Marion Lattey.
Public appearances this year
were at the Elgin State Hos-
pital, the Sears Art Gallery, the
Kane County Teachers Institute,
and the Musicians' Club. The
orchestra also played for our
school Christmas program. Ace
cording to custom, they had
their annual spring and Winter
concerts while, in place ot their
tall concert, they presented the
opera Carmen. The high spot
of the year came when the or-
chestra assisted Percy Grain-
ger, the famous musician, in
presenting a concert at the Uni-
versalist Church for the second
district of the lllinois Federation
The orchestra selected the
following students to lead them
through the year: Helen Dooley,
president, and Carolyn Ben-
A great deal ot credit should
be given to Miss Marion Laf-
fey for her excellent direction
ot this talented group.
A Cappel i-1
The A Cappella choir is made
up of fifty upperclassrnen who
have done much in presenting
many varied musical programs
during the past year, They have
presented concerts for the gen-
eral public, performed innuf
merable times at our school ase
sombly programs, and appearf
ed at many other outfoffschool
This group of singers perform
entirely without musical accomf
paniment. lt is the perfect blendf
ina of voices to harmonize with
penetrating musical inflections.
lt is an achievement attained
by enthusiasm and coherent
The arrangement that has
been used to make it a more
outstanding organization is the
use of sectionals. This gives
each division of the choir add-
ed attention and instruction.
During the year the choir sent
representatives to solo contests
all of whom returned with high
ratings. On April 26 the whole
choir participated in the Fox
Valley Music Festival at Aurora.
The following people are the
officers for the group: Charles
Aderrnan, president, loe Neil,
vicefpresident, and Doris Helm,
The choir is under the direcf
tion of Clifford Thomas.
The Mixed Chorus, composed
of freshmen and sophomore
boys and girls, sings many
lovely compositions. This chorus
provides excellent training in
choir singing for underclassmen
who later may Wish to join such
older groups as Treble Choir,
Aeolian, and A Cappella. lt also
promotes interest in the World's
better musical compositions, of-
fers an opportunity to learn to
read music, and encourages
the development ol talent. This
group has proved very popular
because ol the enthusiasm ol
the underclassmen. Under the
direction of Clifford Thomas,
members of the mixed chorus
learn to appreciate classical
compositions and enjoy good
Aeolian, a girls singing group,
has been quite active during
the past school year. They par-
ticipated in the annual Christ-
mas program and also the
Spring Festival. Several patrio-
tic numbers in the Three One-
Act Plays were sung by them,
and they vocalized popular
Mexican songs in an assembly
p r o g r a in celebrating Pan'
Officers for the year were
Mariory McArthur, president:
Marilyn Hopp, secretaryg lo Ann
Grey, treasurer, The accom-
panist was Carl Swanson, and
l'liylli:: Sniith and Helen Vollf
iner were librarians, This group
is under the direction of Miss
The freshman and sophomore
girls who are planning to enter
the choir activities of EHS. bee
gin their path upward by be-
coming a member of the Treble
Choir, They are under the spe-
cial guidance of Miss Elma
Their activities for the year
have consisted of participation
in the EH S. Christmas program
and performing in the Spring
Festival which is put on by all
the choral groups of Elgin High
The officers for the club are
Patricia Dougherty, presidentg
lla Carpenter, secretaryg and
Nan lean Amis, treasurer. Mary
Ellen Murphy is the accompanist.
" ride and Prejudice"
l'Pride and Prejudice," a
comedy written by lane Austen,
was presented by the lunior
Class May l and 2, l94l.
The play concentrated on
Mrs. Bennet's determination to
get her daughters married.
lane, Elizabeth, and Lydia were
the daughters, living in a pe-
riod when a womans one pos-
Mr. Bennet Charles Aderman
Hill , lohn Darnell
Mrs. Bennet Lois Shamberger
Lady Lucas , Mary lane Herbert
lane Bennet lean Nelson
Elizabeth Bennet Barbara Tobin
Lydia Bennet Constance Westphal
Mr. Darcy ,, , ,, ,Aloe Neil
Mr. Bingley , , Keith Aiield
Mr. Collins Richard Clendening
Amelia , , ,Mary Coleman
sible career was matrimony.
The story was about the duel
between Elizabeth and her
pride and Darcy and his preju-
dice. Each gave in beiore the
evening was over, pride and
prejudice met halfway.
The play Was under the di-
rection of Miss Marge Biersach
Mr. Wickham Wallace Williams
Belinda, Marilyn Giertz
Amanda , , , Cele Eshelman
Agatha , , lean Voight
Three Young Men Robert Ehorn
Captain Denny Vernon Anderson
Miss Bingley Frances Plath
Charlotte Doris Helm
Mrs, Lake Marilyn Myers
Lady Catherine de Bough Rosemary Reidy
E VEN TX UF THE YEAR
WEDNESDAY, 3: Classes re-
sume after summer vacation.
FRIDAY, l9: Maroons trounce
Maine in first gridiron battle of
season. MONDAY, 22: Class of
'43 starts battle to elect officers.
Final results: Art Bosnyak, presi-
dent, Shirley Barnwell, vice-
presidentg and Betty Bickler,
secretary. WEDNESDAY, 24:
Class of '44 elects Walter Rust,
president, Charles Smith, vice-
president, Bill Snellgrove, sec-
THURSDAY, 2: First day of Cur-
tis Vocational Plan which erases
Mirror debt in two weeks' cam-
paign. Dorothy Tucker wins
contest with S110 in subscrip-
tions. MONDAY, 6: Student
Council presents Philharmonic
Quartet as lyceum show. FRI-
DAY, lO: State Press Conference
at Urbana. THURSDAY, 16: All-
school dance, the "Pumpkin
Prance," sponsored by Student
Council. SATURDAY, l8: Big
Eight press conference at East
High, Aurora. MONDAY, 27:
Senior class elects officers.
THURSDAY, 30: Student talent
makes novel assembly program.
Featured are twin pianos, cor-
net solo, ballet, and other mu-
sical numbers. Also: Class of
'43 holds gala party in gym.
MONDAY, 3: Burton Lynn lack-
son plus a marimba plus some
perky tunes equal the second
in a series of fine lyceums.
MONDAY, IO - FRIDAY, 14:
American Education Week.
MONDAY, lO: Armistice Day
program sponsored by Ameri-
can Legion. THURSDAY, l3-
FRIDAY, l4: Seniors break all
production records with class
play, "Out of the Frying Pan,"
given for first time on high-
school stage. MONDAY, 17:
Safe driving discussed in as-
sembly by Sergeant Pence of
State Police. TUESDAY, I8:
Sophomores hold first class par-
ty. FRIDAY, 21: Iunior Tri-Y
sweater dance, Community
House, St. Charles. TUESDAY,
25: Bands present sixteenth an-
nual "pop" concert in gym.
WEDNESDAY, 26: Freshmen
"throw" first party complete
with games and food.
MONDAY, 1: Student Council
sponsors exhibit of raredocu-
ments, newspapers, letters for
full day in gym. TUESDAY, 2:
Iuniors and seniors interview
representatives at annual Col-
lege Day. TUESDAY, 9: Ger-
man club dinner. SUNDAY, 14:
First of holiday activities is
Christmas Musicale, featuring
vocal and orchestral groups.
MONDAY, 22: Classes disband
for holidays. "Hey, Skinnay, no
school 'til Ianuary 21" FRIDAY,
26: Senior Tri-Y and dates dust
off formals for the "Belle Ball."
MONDAY, 12: Thrilling story of
human leopard society in Afri-
ca is told by Ioseph Elliot,4jungle
authority, in lyceum assembly.
FRIDAY, 16: Iam session starts
new year right. Students "get
hep" at first Council dance of
1942. THURSDAY, 22: Seniors
throw class party, barbecued
hamburgers, punch, dancing,
"the Zeigfield Girls," Dick Peter-
son as master of ceremonies,
and a magician: all make up a
TUESDAY, 3: Sophs choose
Kelly green and white as class
colors after "colorful" election.
WEDNESDAY, 4: Class of '43
meets to choose official banner.
MONDAY, 9: Diver Robert L.
Zimmerman tells of strange ex-
periences in walk on the ocean
bottom, exhibits strange fish
and shells. TUESDAY, 17: Band
plays everything from Bach to
boogie-Woogie at spring con-
cert. FRIDAY, 20: Dr. Armin
Weng tells little known facts
about Abraham Lincoln to E.
MONDAY, 2: Iohn Moyer, staff
taxidermist of Field Museum,
shows colored film and tells
how animals are made to live
again in museum sets. FRI-
DAY, 6: One-Acts feature three
types of drama: patriotic tab-
leaus showing "The Birth of the
Flag," "The Spirit of 1776," and
"The Spirit of 1942" open show,
then audience has chance to
hiss the villain in an old-fash-
ioned "mellerdrammer," "The
Reunion"y lastly, the problems
of a missing collar button and a
pre-wedding scrap are unrav-
eled in "The Wedding." THURS-
DAY, l2: Music department pre-
sents "Spring Sing" with Ma-
roon and Cream teams vieing
for largest number of guests.
FRIDAY, 13: Senior Tri-Y defies
hoax of this day by holding
"Iinx lump" complete with black
cats, a ladder to walk under,
and broken mirrors. MONDAY,
16: Student Council sponsors
"School for Drama" lyceum
show which reveals how radio
mystery program is produced.
Also: Faculty retains its title of
champion donkey riders by
whipping seniors . . . "They
ganged up on us, fellas!" MON-
DAY, 23: Class of '44 invites
parents to Family Night cele-
MONDAY, I3. Ceottrey Morgan,
lyceum speaker, gives his eight
points which make up The
Marks of a Man." TUESDAY,
III' Pan American Day program
produces festive spirit with cosf
tumes and music in the South
American manner. MONDAY,
20 FRIDAY, 24: Social science
department sponsors Victory
Week with Charles Lindguist as
general chairman. Special prof
grams, air raid drills, balloting
tor 'Uncle Sam" and 'IMiss Lib-
erty." TUESDAY, 21: Last band
concert of year places emphasis
on popular numbers. THURS-
DAY, 23: Publications staffs hold
annual banquet, are given
awards lor work during year.
FRIDAY, 24: Victory Ball tops
ott week ol preparedness. Topf
hatters Iurnish music, Chuck
Martin and Cele Eshelman
crowned IIUHCIG Sam" and
"Miss Liberty." MONDAY, 27:
Fox Valley music festival. Elgin
sends three busloads ot vocalf
ists, instrumentalists to Aurora.
THURSDAY, 30- FRIDAY, l: Iun-
iors prove real threat to senf
iors' play records with 'llune
Mad," presented to capacity
houses two nights.
SATURDAY, 2. Kane county
track and held meet at Maroon
held. SATURDAY, 9: District golf
meet. FRIDAY, 29: Memorial
Day program. SATURDAY, 30:
Memorial Day, parade.
FRIDAY, 51 llonors and Awards
program. Department and Ro-
tary honors recognized, Maf
roons distributed. SUNDAY, 7:
Raccalaureate exercises. TUFS-
DAY, 9: Seniors have one last
Iling in Class Day program, turn
scepter over to class ot '43 Also:
the big event ot the year, the
From, with Bob Strong and his
band FRIDAY, l2: Seniors bid
'arewell to highschool da swith
solemn araduaticn exercises.
Collins, C, E.
Warren Aiken, Photographer
Allied Shoe Co.
Arts Food Shoppe
Band Box Cleaners
Beverly, G, R.
Louis Blum Co,
William H. Brady Co,
Brethren Publishing Co,
Cloudman Coal Co.
Conn Funeral Home
Daniels of Clark
Dreyer of Dreyer
Dunn, M. D.
Economy Oil Co,
Eggert Coal Co.
City Lines, lnc.
Cleaners and Furriers
Coal CS lce Company
Flour CS Feed Co, lnc
Fruit and Candy Co
Machine Works, lnc
National Watch Cornpan
Steam Laundry Co., lnc
The Elgin Tribune, Walter T. Woodcocl
Ellis Business College
Fishburns 5 ltflartinzr
Fox Musical instrument Co.
Friedland, lohn C.
lohn W. Fuqua, D. D. S.
Georges Clothes Shop
Graening 5. Rauschert
Graf Motor Sales
The Haeger Potteries inc.
Walter Haerfel CS Co., Monuments
Knute H. Hanson, D. S.C.
Hermans Store for Men
lllinois Cleaners and Furriers
Illinois Hydraulic Stone CS Construction
lllinois Watch Case Co.
R. H. Iohnson, Ieweler
W. S. Keller, Ieweler
Kerber Packing Co.
Kline's Dept. Store
Ludwig Milk Co.
Masters Shoe Co.
McBride Bros. Co. Inc.
Elmer McLean, Grocery and
McClure or Struckrnann Co.
Milbrandt, A. L.
Miller Fuel Co.
Muetterties Sunlight Bakery
Mulliken QS Partridge CM. D.'sl
News Printing Co.
Nish, D. W.
Open Book Shop
Charles D. Page fludgel
l. C. Penney Co.
Phillips Auto Parts Co.
Ray Pontiac Co.
F. A. Price Sign Co.
Publix-Great States Theatres, Inc.
Rinehimer Bros. Manufacturing Co.
Ron De Voo Chocolate Shoppe
Rose Bud Beauty Salon
Royal Cigar Store
Royal Crown-Nehi Co., Inc.
Orlo E. Salisbury
Paul E. Schickler
Schneider Bros. Bowling Alleys
Schneff Bros. Iewelers
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Sharp, B. R.
The Shurtleff Coal and Lumb
loseph Spiess Company
Strohm Coal Co.
Treadwell Boats CS Motors
Trentlage, Wm. H.
P. B. Underwood, D. DS.
Inga A. West Health System
Vernon Wolff Funeral Home
F. W. Woolworth Co.
A Cappella ..,.... ....... - ......... 1 07
Administration ,.,..,..,...... - .......... W... 10
Aero Club ...- .... - ............. ........ . 58
Band ............. - ....... .............. ......... 1 0 4
Basketball ........... - ......... W..- 46
Calendar ...- ........ - ..... -.......,111
Commercial Club ....... ..- ........, 32
Drama Club: ............... ........,....... 5 6
"E" Club ...- ........ - ,....... ,..-...-.....- 30
Faculty ...-.... .,.. -... E .................. ......... 36
F.F.A. ..... .. .....,..... 28
Football ......... ...... 1 2
Forensics .......,... .....,..................... 5 2
French Club ....,.. .............................. 3 2
Freshmen ...- ......... -..-..-.............. 96
G.A.A. ..,............... .- ............... 57
G.A.A. Winners ...... ...... 2 0
German Club ........ ......,....,.. ..,... 6 0
Girls' Sport: ....... .. ......... a ....... 22
Glee Clubs me ..,..., ........ 1 03
Hi-Y .,,..,...... ,,,,.. 3 1
Executive Editor: Iames A. Chapman
Art-Photography Editor: Homer L. Price
Literary Editor: A. Robert Tornquist
Associate Editors: Cecile Eshelman, Doris Helm, Sylvia Fischer
Staff Photographer: G. Roger Livesay
Staff Artists: Richard Clendening, Bill Flood
Business Manager: William Richardson
Editorial Advisers: Margaret E. Newman, Frank R. Briggs
Business Advisers: Iames E. Baxter, Frank R. Briggs
Professional Photography: Michael Birch, Walter Ducringcr,
A. G. Ruifie, Warren E. Aikin
News Printing Company I
Pontiac Engraving and Electrotypc Company
Home Economics ..
Honor: and Awards'
Izaak Walton ,,..... ....
Iunlor Play H9411
Latin Club .. ......:.. -.
Literature Clubs .....
Mirror ..... ...... ..-
Patron: ........,. . ..,.....
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