Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL)

 - Class of 1931

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Z 'ilimwx I .69 1 1 t 1 31211 E "' 'ii' 5 -u ' 1 Q Le 1 I I PUBLISHED BY TI-IE CLASS CDF1931 ELGIN HIGH SCHCDOL 1 ELc3aN, :Lumens 121511. W 1 " 'rl W 1' 111. M., 11,1- -1- 1, ...1 .1 if, vi ' 1 " . 211' 117W ' 111432 fr' ' ,, 9 ., ,. mv- . ..1 1? . I N.: 'Ff 1 1, u 1 931' ' ,11- 'Pf Q' 'lad :1 f Lb' 115 1 ,1 211 f 11 he 1' 1.211 - 11 . . W 1 1,1 , 11. 11. ' 'vw' ' .:' 1 1 11-1 1.11 .31 . ..-1111111 :Iii 1 ff ' ,.1 59.12 1.4 ' 1 A1251 7: 1 1 -1111.111 : 'u i' . r ,-5.1. 1 H2 ia ,,.1xF -,f., Q' if ...11 1 5 ' 4 '1' ""?'t"'l'V'V H V i1l ! i'h1l"iIb UM XXI! bi, ia N ' iii u ' i f ll lf lil Fi' -NM ,in 'if ' 5, ill II 1' lr, 1+ yy ,xr L H ,i E win' xl 1 1 .- 3 'if , lille ll gg 1 s :mln lg bk l' lL. im ABBA ll ' .g,, ,g g Ill llpqyf .pf ,iff FOREWORD All through the pages of history man has always been concerned with his own development. The building of nations with adequate government, the building of wonderful physiques, and the building of character, with high ideals and experience in many phases of life, have long been the inner- most desires of all people, although accomplished by very few. In this twenty-first volume of The Maroon, the Class of 1931 is attempting to show the part that Elgin High School plays in building our democracy so that it may be foremost in attaining success and high standards of living. This theme of building is carried throughout the book with different types of Elgin buildings to illustrate the various sections of the book. The very prominent tower of the Elgin National Watch Factory is used through the entire book as the featured design on each page. Elgin is our home, and we are proud to be building future citizens of this city. I ,Q 'K 'Y YW' E 'T 15 '2 ' ' ' f-MUi:. -Jf'r. ,m,s- N' w AQ- Q -L. , ,.., ,.,t, K. ,kg h J 4 , ,K , , ,N M U1 Q iris 4. , . ,' .,, ww ,.,. , Maw ' y s T. 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In appreciation of the assistance and guidance which we have received from our friends and councilers, we dedicate this twenty-First edition of The Maroon to our Elgin High School Advisers. .,,t.t ,T .qt 5 1 N. ' Mg.. E fa ,.- gl" '95, E l'!.,I!!,,,.,,..!,, v . . .l,.' . l, ,X-,v A ... . G . , If iii, 4- 51' . 4 ' 4 A f'N 4 q A ff" Q'-gif: Kfvzaxm W 'N ff? '11 '77, I X5 fs --In ,' ., M' 4 . W7 2 X J, tr 11? ...fr . . f .JV my ,- -, N , , 14 ' f 'X' ' .".'- . .. W' f J gf A U I r .w QQQ4Q if ff illlll EM I ' " I 'j M. if ' ,af w I I ' f' w,A 7 fQKW Qg , , 7 Q N .V 1, my '. " ' in .f ' f W 'U'-f fl F1 Wir v 'M ,!' ., 'WWR . .- gr V .1 .. v .v. f' V .. . . f, .3 - "f. o K CONTENTS - cw. " 4 A. . 1 5' L .Ja ' ,- u , . Building the ' 3 4 .V g in ' 4 "" ,Q T . mMWmmw'fgig3f, . Budding ,lnitietive,,Abilitigs, L. PLS? ' . ' . " T ' A , - -. K M "-1,55-,f,,5 W-Q pB"ik'1'99''iV9f"d'fnf"'SQ"?i 5 ' ff . :O , . . Al C! ' o U , I.-4 Q .', 133. ., Q vw, -1 . V.. l. -.fn 1 v o . 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Chicago Academy of Fine A University of Chicago Pratt Institute-New York Art Institute of Chicago CLIFTON E. ADAMS B. A. Lombard College University of Illinois THOMAS C. ANGEL1. Armour Institute of Technology MARTHA ALICE BATEMAN B. A. Oxford College for Women M. A. Indiana University The American Academy in Rome W. O. BECKNER B. A. McPherson College M. A. University of Chicago University of Chicago MARGE BIERSACH B. A. Carroll College Universities of Wisconsin, Chicago, Colorado Northwestern University ELMER BOHNERT B. S. Stout Institute University of Wisconsin University of Michigan Iowa State College MARJORIE CHURCHILL B. A. Knox College . Columbia College of Expression RUTH M. CLEARY Head of B. A. University of Michigan M. A. University of Michigan New York U iversity ANNE CR G. STEE n . niversity of Illinois e So nne Universi of Chicago KATHERINE H. DAVERY B. A. Beloit College Columbia University University of Wisconsin ELEANOR H. DORSETT B. A. University of Illinois M. A. University of Illinois University of Chicago 14 Art IIS Science-Athletics Manual Arts Spanish-Latin Geography English Manual Arts English the Cofrnrnercial Department French Social Science Science NELLIE M. DRYSDALE Director of Guidance and Sophomore Girls Adviser B. A. WVheaton College University of Southern California University of Chicago University of Minnesota EMMIE U. ELLIS Head of English Department Cambridge University, England University of Wisconsin University of Chicago ELMA C. ENGELBRECHT English and Music Ph, B. University of VVisconsin Northwestern University American Conservatory of Music MABEL A. ENGELBRECH1' German Columbia College of Expression Ph. B. University of Wisconsin University of VVisconsin ESTHER I. ENGLISH Mathematics B. A. University of Wisconsin ELsn-3 H. FLETCHER English B. A. Oberlin College University of Chicago University of VVisconsin FLORENCE H. FLETCHER Home Economics Bradley Polytechnical Institute University of Chicago P. D. HANCE Manual Arts University of Chicago W. H. P. HUBER Physics B. S. Ohio Northern College University of Chicago University of Illinois Northwestern University CLEORA E. JOHNSON Home Economics B. S. University of Illinois M. A. University of Missouri GRACE M. KEATING English B. A. University of Wisconsin Northwestern University ETHEL J. KEENEY English and Public Speaking B. A. Wooster College M. A. Northwestern ' 15 E- W. KERSTEN Science and Freshman Boys Adviser B. S. North Central College M. A. Columbia University University of California HELEN C. KETTERING Science B. S, Monmouth College University of Vllisconsin Columbia University EMMA R. KNUDSON Head of Music Department B. S. Drake University B. M. American Conservatory of Music Northwestern University JOHN A. KRAFFT Commercial and Athletics Ph. B. University of Chicago University of Illinois Northwestern University T. A. LARSEN Assistant Principal and Senior Boys Adviser B. A. Olivet College Universities of Wisconsin, California, Iowa EDNA LEWIS Commercial B. A. Iowa University HAZEL LINKFIELD Head of Foreign Language Department B. A. University of Wisconsin American Academy in Rome University of Vllisconsin C. A. LLOYD Manual Arts University of Illinois Northwestern University WILDA L. LOGAN Physical Education WM. S. C. K. A. Chicago Normal School of Physical Education Universities of Wisconsin, Colorado, Iowa Northwestern University E. MCBRIDE Science B. E. Illinois State Normal University MILLER Head of Social Science Department B. A. McPherson College M. A. University of Chicago Northwestern University MONTGOMERY Social Science B. A. De Pauw University University of Wisconsin 16 GLENNIE E. MORROW Commercial Ph. B. University of Wisconsin State University of Iowa DOROTHY MURRAY Commercml Illinois State Normal University University of California University of Colorado F. L. MYERS Manual Arts Platteville State Teachers College Northwestern University M. C. MYERS Manual Arts B. S. University of Minnesota LUELLA A. NEWELL Art B. of Art Ed. The Art Institute of Chicago Ph. B. University of Chicago MARGARET E. NEWMAN English B. A. Lombard College M. A. University of Chicago University of Michigan Harvard University ELLA NUERNBERGER Commercial B. S. University of Nebraska University of California, Berkeley MARY A. PETERS Mathematics B. A. Iowa State Teachers College M. S. State University of Iowa ADAH A. PRATT Head of Mathematics Department B. A. Wheaton College Universities of Chicago, Colorado, Southern California NELLIE E. Punxrss Social Science B. A. University of Chicago University of Chicago U. K. REESE Band B. A. Iowa State Teachers College University of Chicago Chicago Musical College HELEN L. REVETT Health Instructor R. N. Charing Cross Hospital, London University of Chicago 17 ET. V! if it Vjgyi., 'EW L. V. ROBINSON Commercial B. S. State University of Iowa STAD University of Michigan University of VVisconsin E. G. SHULTZ B. S. University of Illinois Northwestern University MARY L. SMITH B. A. Lake Forest College University of Chicago Harvard University L B A University of Southern California Latin Physical Education and Athletics Socml Science and Junior Girls Adviser J. RAYMOND SMITH Commercial B. A. Simpson College Northwestern University NORA B. STICKLING English Ph. B. University of Chicago P. E. TAYLOR Head of Manual Arts Department University of Chicago University of Illinois Northwestern University HAZEL C. TINGLEY Foreign Language B. A. Drake University Alliance-Francaise University of Chicago ADELA M. THOM Mathematics B. A. University of Kansas M. A. University of Chicago J. NEWELL VONCKX English and Sophomore Boys Adviser B. A. University of Illinois Universitv of Chicago E. C. WAGGONER Head of Science Department B. S. University of Indiana University of Indiana University of Michigan Northwestern University CARRIE K. WILLIFORD Librarian University of Illinois University of Wisconsin University of Chicago 18 HORTENSE WILSON Mathematics B. A. Knox College M. A. University of Illinois University of. Colorado WALTER WILSON English B. A. Grinnell College University of Chicago ROBERT T. WINN Science B. A. University of Iowa State University of Iowa LOUISE WOOD Social Science and Freshman Girls Adviser B. S. Northwestern University M. A. Northwestern University EVELYN BoE'r'rcH1-:R Secretary EvA MAE JOHNSON Assistant Secretary LILLIAN HURv1'rz Assistant Librarian University of Illinois RAYMOND WOLI-'F Assistant Librarian ADA LORINE BURTON English and Public Speaking B. A. Grinnell College Emerson School of Oratory Northwestern University VIVIAN KINSLEY Art B. S. University of Wisconsin VEGA Monnnouss Spanish B. A. Drake University University of Chicago Drake University GILBERT RENNER Ch67YL7:8t'I'y B. S. Eureka College University of Illinois CLARA WILSON Latin B. Ph. University of Chicago University of Wisconsin 19 '40 .. 1 1 . s Y f-a ight ,' V'- W' H 'v La Q ea kwa' V .vig I' ' fi ,za CL K A N .. k Top Row: V. Walker, L. Mink, VV. Adams, li, Post, Affeld. Middle Row: R. Smith, ID. Cook, D. Butler, H. Rovelstad. Front Row: I.. Powell, A. Abell, Miss Cleary, D. Palm, R. Brightman. STUDENT COUNCIL President Donald Butler Vice-President Donald Cook Secretary Howard Rovelstad Treasurer lean Farmiloe Adviser Miss Cleary The first week of the school year found the Student Council of Elgin High School at work. In an attempt to relieve traffic congestion, each member was given a stairway to watch between periods. The locker and hall system Worked out in good order. Fewer lockers had to be opened and locked than ever before. The Student Council, with the aid of the faculty, was able to keep the halls quiet during the eighth period. Iurien Hoekstra, famous baritone singer, was presented October seventeenth on the Hrst Council Lyceum program, the Televox on December fifth, jess Pugh, humorist and interpreter, on March twentieth, and Art Young, archer, hunter, and lecturer, in April. Thirty-Five cents admitted any student to all four of the splendid programs, while fif- teen cents was charged for each single performance. On the last Friday of each month, the Student Council sponsored a school dance in the gymnasium. Favors and programs were given to each dancer on several occasions. The attendance record hit new high marks continually. An unusual campaign was put on by the representatives in what was known as the whistling campaign, its slogan being, "A VVooden Whistle Wouldn't Whistlef, Not only was this a drive to do away with whistling, but with any other unnecessary disturbances. The Council consists of a president, chosen from the Senior Class, four representa- tives elected from each class at the beginning of the school year, and the presidents of the junior and Senior classes as ex-officio members. 20 L, - , f . M. 'VV' V ,V Q' N . 'u.p, ill. 155. r,., Q , fffil' i - ,Jr "w ' Gig ' J' v',4A W ..... , in V --,raid -2' - -X -1: , gr 3 sf' ., . ...:- . ,,,,,:-----.......s' -...... --1:v- 5 ' , .,. FOUNDATION ll ll 1' u R II-:L " ,X f 1 n F -1 1- " rum. Mfzfv' q n n v J M 'g 1- : I - Q 1 5' .' , ' 2 1 I I P7 . "' F ' U ' . ., Qu Q 1 n'u'....1k ,V h AQjf 3, , A :Q in ' ' fr' , 4 " r- '4, ' K I .Ui I 1 If 4,48 .... ' fl , ' :Q 1 A ...- .z l 5 -- Y' 3 ...... I Z X ::f:?',,1.' I gnnannq 2 "- f Q ' I 5 ' . an 1 . . mm Xu, ',, if 05 , emu 'Rial 3 ' lu' 9 'v ...V . 1' 5 -- nab., mn C ,,.--lf" ,g 1 4, , "' x l L -Mrs at We P Upper Group- Top Row: XV. Geisler, M. Fehrman, I. Kaptain, F. Kane, H. Iohnson, N. Davis, R. Hayward, F. Krueger, D. Filson, B. Boldt, R. Frieze, R. Engelke, R. Fowler, M. Koteles, G. Freeburg. 3rd Row: W. Conner, M. Berman, R. Grate, M. Hamlin, M. Dietrich, A. Abell, G. Crow, C. Amis, V. Bertsch, L. Freeman, M. Graupner, R. Hopp, B. Bain, Mr. Beckner. 2nd Row: I. Kasules, E. Christensen, C. Doneau, H. Ehlers, H. Ernst, R. Geldmachcr, K. Anderson, G. Bruns, O. Iverson, R. Dierker, G. Cooper, C. Iones, S. Feinstein. Bottom Row: B. Gettle, H. Biggar, H. Brown, B. Bellows, M. Hall, N. Hoffman, E. Dakin, A. Irish, M. Allison, M. Kible, C. Kinney, R. Kendall, N. Davis, M. Davidson. Lower Group- Top Row: F. Schneider, I. Nichols, H. McElroy, I. Thisell, C. Thiel, D. Schneif, R. Range, G. Milner, I. Lawless, G. Peterson, N. Smith, W. Seilkopf, H. Wagner, R. Phelps. 4th Row: E. Schmidt, A. Mitchell, E. Nichols, P. Seiler, P. Wagner, D. Stewart, C. Vanlbelinder, M. Walis, C. R. Ziegler. 5rd Row: I. Meline, E. Wingate, L. Le Vine, V. Lutz, H. Metz, Henryson, D. Studt, E. Stetner, F. Spohnholtz, I. Syllia, B. Osborne, R. Munroe, L. Pritchard, R. Pompa, McDonald, R. VanNctta, C. Speen, L. Wright, T. R. Monteith. 2nd Row: R. Pace. C. Thrum, H. Sullivan, G. Volp, R. Schultz, W. Stonebreaker, W. Simmons, W. Radke, R. Miller, C. Lind, I. McKeown, G. Sipple, R. Meler, R. Moseman. Bottom Row: li. Nottolini, C. Nichols, D. Mallory, H. Lane, S. Papageorge, L. Reber, M. Smith, E. Mason, E. Mock, I. Schmidt, F. Mock, L. Schneff, L. Stewart, M. Sodt, A. Steinke. 22' I-u.r x Q Lifzfjl I'lI'l'IfIll Alanna: ri 2 I ,' E ' A Q , I We Q Y -' mm if .n. - . ra . A ,- 4. ""l--.. 75. , have gf , l -.6 Upper Group- Top Row: L. Brandis, W. Bauer, G. Barnes, P. Bosynak, E. Bedwell, li. Baumgartner, W. Czischki, M. Browne, M. Dierker, B. Byrne, S. Bundgarcl, E. Dietrich, R. Dugan, B. Burnidge, F. Chatterton, R. Brown, F. Dietrick, H. Christensen, E. Getsch. 3rd Row: Ii. Blackford, A. Anselman, R. Banker, Miss Murray, Miss Morrow, M. Biergman, I. Brand, C. Britton, D. Broker, I. Benner, M. Fierke, B. Dunne, M. Carretto, E. Burt, D. Damisch, R. Engelbrecht, B. Drysdale, G. Fridland, G. Fields, N. Demler. 2nd Row: T. Anderson, H. Born, E. Anderson, W. Boyer, A. Cahill, P. Burlingame, R. Biesterfelt, H. Cockran, W. Coombs, B. Burdick, W. Brown, R. Burdick, N. Emmons, O. Rees, F. Funk, W. Dibler. Bottom Row: V. Awe, T. Beyer, A. Abbott, M. Acschliman, ll. Banos, A. Andersen, D. Baszali, C. Biederman, L. Bonkoski, A. Burns, I. Blackburn, M. Ciraulo, B. Berman, G. Gates, R. Diggins. Lower Group- Top Row: Miss lillis, E, Neal, B. Monroe, R. Miller, G. Gissler, H. Gilmour, W. Martins, R. Leach, R. Kramer, A. McCormack, W. McMaion, E. Lindbergh, K. Kluender, C. Lawrence, T. Lahoy, Mr. Hance. 4th Row: H. Miller, E. Marquis, M. MacNamara, I. Memtz, R. Mansky, L. Littler, L. Lindoerfer, E. Kirkland, I.. Griggs, A. Glashagel, I. Kendall, P. Larson. 3rd Row: O. Gromer, G. McEvan, M. Mockler, H. Metz, M. Miller, M. Elliot, M. Koyn, E. Koshnick, B. Newman, P. Leach. 2nd Row: W. Miller, L. Meuller, M. McKee, li, Marshall, O. Lanterback, M. Ginsberg, M. La Roy, F. Lephitz, H. Leiseberg, R. Lange, D. Kroycr, L. Koshnick, A. Klug. lst Row: G. Leigh, L. Krusmeier, D. Keinlen, W. Kollman, R. Morrison, VV. Miek, I. Ginnell, I. Gray, G. Miller, G. Mico, S. Miller, R. Kissellberg, W. Kramer, R. Keller. 23 9 Inns ne, M 7 3 nr n o as l --, . L KLN g4 l Yr ZFFIL Q QW! ....... t o ah, .,,. 9 U mg kill A 50 I J J W -0 4 N119 gl? If a .46 Ii 2 E 2 ,,-.-..,... QA Top Row: Mr. Taylor, W. Orbison, I. Raland, I. Schauer, A. Schmidt, G. Smith, I. Semeizier, D. Senger, C. Sorenson, I. Rowe, L. Struckman, S. Smith, W. Pierce, M. Orkfritz, W. Rowe, S. Niles. Third Row: O. Shaw, C. Cell, D. Richoz, F. Parkin, E. Rauschenberger, M. Stcnsrud, H. Plumber, C. Reber, D. Ryan, I. Rouse, L. Stettner, C. Ross, B. Reason, D. Read, L. Niethammer, A. Sauer. A. Plote, H. Schock. Second Row: L. Schuman, H. Samuelson, R. Schaeffer, F. Phillips, B. Stevens, I. Skells, M. Norling. L. Rockwell, T. Starrett, S. Raffelson, G. Smith, R. Shaw, V. Pate, D. Ross, R. Schuett. Bottom Row: C. Powell, R. O'Leary, B. Rosengarden, E. Schwab, F. Rapp, G. Prelb, V. Sills, R. Shinberger, R. Painter, L. Stevenson, B. Stewart, D. Raue, M. Ponsonby, E. Roche, L. Powell, L. Smith, M. Schroeder. Upper Group- Lower Group- Top Row: A. Henning, G. Hyman, I. Kelahan, H. Hopp, W. Stowell, Mr. Lloyd, R. Widder, R. W. Iohnson, I. Gustafson, A. Ikert, A. Haseman, M. Kent, C. Wood, I. Hamilton, G. Wellnitz, I. Ianecke. Third Row: Hood, R. Walker, R. Lyner, M. Werrbach, M. Hurd, I. Zepzyk, F. Zimmick, I. Head, R. Heath, H. Heltzel, E. Haderer, G. Taylor, E. Sullivan, L. Hameister, W. Hahne, F. Iones, R. Hall, I. Henard. Second Row: R. Wollf, D. Weston, C. Thiele, L. Warner, M. Van Horn, E. Virgil, S. Kauffman, L. Howard, R. Guge, R. Wagner, E. WVormwood, M. Iohnson, R. Iackson, M. Therien, H. Tillery, F. U'Ren, V. Gruno, W. Hancock. Bottom Row: R. L. Iohnson, W. Wegomann, E. Wolaver, C. Yurs, A. Heine, N. Iones, R. Zornow, A. Hayden, W. Wienholtz, L. Trost, L. Lyrrell, R. B. Iohnson, B. Iacobson, C. Young, M. Wilkening, R. Kappa, I. Tobin. 24 l'Fx..'f.Y 'I M. , ..f ,,,., i ii 4 sis 4-Q +L' .4 r liiifmifl 'iff' lli. f l Vifg 3 'i'1Rf' U. l P XL I 5. zifil X 'J ,. , .. v 1 .- l h , X v - - vw--W f . I IOB Upper Group- Top Row: W. Keeley, H. Gidtlings, VV. Brophy, V. Kruse, H. Boltz, R. llull, A, Frank, P. Ballard, li. Grossman, C. Cronumberg, W. Dillow, W. Bodgley, K. Goolry, P. Kaptain, R. Hoplil, R. Fisher, P, Karge, L. Cirrincioni, D. Demming, Mins E. Fngelbrerht. Third Row: Mr. McBride, XV. Iakeway, Il. Born, G. Cunole, I. Horum, A. Holdwan, M. Burxtein, H. Bartelt, P. Burkmeyer, D. Klutz, F. Burren, R. Christansen, K. Helm, G. Fehrman, G. Bloemke, C. Christensen, W. Cordigan, M. Breen, A. Haller. Second Row: N. Baldi, C. Botheran, ll. Butt, A. Farney, G. Iohns, ll. Draliotu, V. Hopkins, K. lidivartls, I. Iitchied, Ii. Carlson, V. Clemmer, M. Bennorth, F. Fox, I. Hawkins, F. Knott. Bottom Row: B. Christiansen, I. Britton, R. Bremer, M. Burmaster, F. Byrd, V. Britton, L. Hennegoer, G. Burch, M. Blakesley, A. Bronson, S. Allen, F. Aeschliman, IJ. Gough, G. Hauley, R. llill. Lower Group- Top Row: C. Wakeley, R. VValker, L. Studt, E. Struve, C. Seeley, G. Rumplea, R. Mailer, I. Read, R. Sterricker, R. Roberts, R. Vlfright, C. Samuelson, C. Langhorst, H. Meyer, E. Washer, D. Prickett, L. Schmidt, Ii. Oifner, Ii. VVhalen, W. Yarwood. 5rd Row: Mr. VVynn, M. Smith, Ii. Wright. G. Lloyd, L. Rifkin, A. Gistler, D. Reichert, li. Lutz, H. Neoson, R, Schriher, A. Sanders, C. Leitner, K, Pierson, I. Roche, L. Villara. 2nd Row: ID. Wright, M. VVakeHeld, Ii. Voght, Ii. Sponholtz, D. Lange, I. Lange, M, Schmidt, M. Logan, C. Smith, C. Seymour, F. McGinley, L. Wilson, A. Waterman, P. Windau. Bottom Row: A. Wilhorm, VanArco, W. XVeelg5, L. Niss, M. Mengler, C. Leverenz, Ii, Mortellaro, M. McBride, M. Rowe, IJ. Mock, M. Pate, D. Smith, L. Skleey, M. Rowe, M. Logan. 25 QD ., ,U bl ff -e l lllllll Wi mn xm 0 Q 'A mm .wi so V w EPZA, 9 - W if. . 1' 'S H' . u..uyf" 3 o ac WOA Top Row: R. Baldwin, ID. Cain, V. Carlson, R. Barry, R. Boyer, P. Carlson, G. Eicher, P. Backaus, W. Ablcman, E. Carlson, E. Camper, S. Booth, F. Berlin, I.. Baumann, H. Coon. Srd Row: Miss Biersach, E. Ballard, R. Deutmar, D. Bohner, V. Preyer, A. Abell, M. Benden, D. Combest, H. Butter, G. Cronk, M. Blietz, K. Bolliger, A. Bosnck, M. Churchill. 2nd Row: L. Anderson, W. Barton, A. Behl, E. Dueringer, R. Coyle, I. Arens, M. Brown, I. Coughlos, W. Brown, W. Cain, W. Coonan, W. Czischki, R. Bartholmew. Bottom Row: N. Bain, L. Anderson, A. Ehlert, O. Egoroff, E. Edwardson, D. Bcrna, L. Carlson. A. Bero, E. Anderson, B. Burnstein, L. Bates, R. Blank, M. Brockmeier. Upper Group- Lower Group- Top Row: Miss lohnson, H. Larson, F. Hecker, H. Heldt, V. Humbora, E. Erickson, L. Harris, R. Estergard, L. Kramer, E. Manley, M. Lange, L. Lauck, R. Hatch, M. McDonough, G. Leitzon. 3rd Row: Miss Fletcher, E. Leniert, L. Larson, A. Linder, V. Lehman, R. McClanathan, L. Handrock, E. Lamb, L. Malone, B. Furey, M. Fischer, V. Lindhom, M. Marson, G. Erdman, B. Hanson, D. Hayes, C. McEwan, E. Lang, A. Hartman. Znd Row: L. Helper, E. Hazz, I. Mason, F. Marsh, A. Hebeisen, M. Long, O. Iohnson, D. Hamilton, G. Ilenryson, H. Kuecker, G. Iacobs, I. Keeney, I. Lang, R. Engstrom, H. Elliott. Bottom Row: E. Hoagland, R. McClintock, T. Lee, L. Mapes, E. Hopp, R. Hodel, G. Hedblade, E. Holden, M. jackson, R. Kanice, L. Hopp, R. Legge, R. Teinstein, M. Lisor, M. Lowry, B. Linnell, L. Heinkina. 26 ' x tsunami. :I H y ,I lla 4.53, . ,ll I IJ ly 'l 'l"Ix'i's l .4 .LM - 10' ' X' gy I.I ,L 1 IM, ,I wif 3 Q . '-i"1n.f 'A A. N mi.. I I ,XFVNI5 I .-5 'J , -sit, Is. X I- , -l .' I 10 A Upper Group- 'l'op Row: U. Rauschenlwerger, G. Mhyre, K. Ramsey, ID. Rettis, II. Pfister, S. Salmons, I. Schrepfer, N. Skoglund, IS. Rothfusa, M. Oergel, W. Skoning. Fourth Row: Ii. Schwarz, A. Sipple, I.. Gothier, R. Pyott, A. Mink, IJ. Nichol, I-. Mauser, M. Frederiekson, I.. Powell, M. Moore, M. Craig, Ii. Sensur, II. Neil, Misa Iinglish. Third Row: Ii. Sehaller, H. Peterson, Ii. Smith, IJ. Otte, A. Schlie, I. Munch, T. Ridge, II. Rifkin, A. Nuller, II. I7riese, M. Scamehorn. Second Row: M. Gough, If. Niss, N. Seimer, R. Franz, A. Nelson, IP. Ferron, M. Good, I.. Foreman, A. Peache. G. Mursewick, G. Mogler, N. Roath. Bottom Row: R. Gray. R. Miller, Ii. Neil, XV. Moyitz, VV. Fedou, II. Pelletier, I. Meyers, R. Morley I.. Payne, IJ. Rasmussen, If. Popp. Lower Group- 'l'op Row: Mr. Iiohnert, L. Steinway, I. Wine, A. Wendt. M. Topple, I.. Zimmerman, I.. Stewart, M. Iweedie, L. Wilking, R. Young, II. Ifohey, F. Steinway, Ci. Smith, W. Spalding. Third Row: A. Wickham, IJ. Zierke, V. Williams, Il. Sperry, Ii. Zurmehly, IJ. Wagner, M. Struve, Ii. Wittington, I.. Wyman, I.. Graff, G. Warren, I. Schmidt. Second Row: R. Winkelman, A. Thompson, I.. Timm, I.. Smith, C. Stevens, R. Walbaum, R. Van Vleet, C. Vanderford, C. Wahl, P. Smith, I.. Grupe, R. Ilaines. Bottom Row: C. Stanford, VV. 'I'etlow, I.. VVright, Il. Cray, I.. W'olII, R. Creve, If. VVestland. I. Volpp, ID. Volherding, Ii. VViaehtadt, K. VVamher, V. NVenZel. 27 I ., I FD I. -vs' H H' ll ,Lf E435 l I i 'fl 73 1 QJQTIKFV . ' ,M495 1 l' I. AN ,-'CWA 1 I ,7 K y 4. .J Y, 11-Nxllvll ' A I f'w?"s1l?"1.l "Q,i"1g21 lLLQIf'r. I Vllllltllgll , SK 1 2 I df' D K . 1 ,gl r f - I-,L V t I ' I I WW Q l . gf' lrrf W IIB Upper Group- Top Row: H. Barrier, Ii. Austin, F. Ackemann, G. Hitzeman, R. Fairchild, A. Iohnson, R. Anderson, I.. Baker, D. Born. Fourth Row: I. Kaneis. W. Haible, H. Cutter, R. Adams, L. Fay, H. Humhracht, K. Koehler, M. Harvey, G. Becker. Third Row: H. Lathen, L. Bohne, G. Burt, L. Behrens, N. Iurs, M. Kachelmuss, I. Leach, M. Hallock, L. Gashen, I. Dolby, R. Beck, L. Fink. Second Row: W. Geisler, I. Hayes, T. Burnett, N. Breen, C. Hall ,G. Elick, W. Iacohs, F. Cahill, T. Andrews, D. Flora. Bottom Row: M. Berner ,W. Dietrich, E. Dietz, F. Barth, A. Armitage, M. Goggin, G. Geldmacher, M. Howard, I.. Kendall, R. Fritz, M. Hanson, M. Anderson. Lower Group- Top Row: V. Teichen, S. Rifkin, D. Stewart, VV. Pearion, H. Bowman, VV. Vetterman, F. Roller. M. Webster, L. Mink, F. Meuser, R. McTavish, I. Olhaher, I. Range, E. Ncmitz. Third Row: Miss Stickling, K. Trent, I. Liska, R. Spear, C. Wean, I. Stanley, VV ,Whalen, I. Moore, B. Schmidt, D. Palm, F. Stumme, M. Wooclrich, L. Seyler, E. Peterson, E. Yeaton. Second Row: C. Wagner, L. W'esthurg, I. Miller, F. Marks, G. Webh, C. Meyers, I. Warren, E. Torok, E. Peak, M. Oleson, R. McLaughlin, D. Welling, H. Morrison. Bottom Row: F.. Robinson, E. Nass, K Mullen, F. Miller, M. Miller, K. Olivin, N. Mink, L. Williams, L. Rockwell, M. Strong, D, Schultz, I. McCornack. 28 9- 1 .Ls-.,, Wei ' . F' 55 'TL ,if A -w L M x 41,7 M Am, T ' 4 1.1 - we ' A f an an . iff' if W1-if - W. 4.4, 3 , , 1- fl," . M, ,.,, , E3"'Z, 'A F131-' gr ,,Jr,, W ilk?-' ' Q29 V 5, W S, M" ' LM. . ,gglf SN-g.,L. " , V, A Qi! rL W 15,4 wa 75' ,Y K . .. gg'gl"'g,,, y1":f?' ': i F T, ,am ' tif , rt! - fm'-f. s 1'-"L - " 5 .-- ' ,-Br. x.. ' .t . , W ,..,..L-. 1, aus LDFNG f nm . -.9 L 1, . .lsw n Y v X I 1 I U 5 M , X v 1 , If . ,.. I L gf -K .- 1- I X P , . W" .V-2 'C' 1' 'li v "-qw, . ', 'L .. -. , . . 1 , V 2f:'i::.f?'- .H ax , f ,' , -:k..y.,w.Yf-!'1,Q20-"3'.:1-," ,Q mr- . -mfr: ' A " V , ' ' 1 Lf ' h a4f'iifQ'1'fr: ,MQ-ff?-V 'L?"i"ii3 -, ' 1 - it ' - -an--.i' f' ' ' f- ' N, ' ' ' - , , 'fk'1f"f5f'fi5:,'Ze':f":f'ff, . I N f,,,,.,5.-M., we h M M Fm , z 4 A 'fm . . Q 54 ,K l -W N i 4 R 'L . 'i . A 'Q ,, I '- ' f Q f 'ii V 1 Y i ,f ' J 29 .0 If , x D- ,zq v , , ,w w,.l M. V, V -. :k' ' ':, 'rr'. . 1, . "1 .,,',.f"., ' -' ' ,JF-I" -. , bf- f V -Q , . - W- ' -. - .' -rw-ff: ,- v -f 1- 1' 'Q' '- 5 Q'-,MW -. .. . A . , .,. , J . 4, 'pa' fqn- 'Hit -' al. f ,. '.1, -,n.,,,' hm. 1,..x1"'.'Lsga1 N' fp ,, - J.,5, '.uw ,wi , A , , m.1-.,',. y . L ., :fwfr . :"" -:N W 1. 1- H -W HM' wg' W 4 'W - fx., H g . Hr . 'A -w ww- 1 War.:-:.:r':.a,-.c ' . : ,..- ' an 3. Ms, gn . . Juan V 11: :' M S ' P' ,mmwu-uisw fr 1. f me-M-w' " 1- ,sf-:E ::,:1+ ,N:im.1,-'K:.s' , X :nagging 5 I Ehllli E rg Q ,Q ,,. ' iw - Sf. 5' 'Wg . JSM SVQJI: ll H ' 'Sn N ESQ., r Nu, gm, . . -- is 'U-Mus.. nnnu , X '.' ' . .1 'UW 15 . gba. 5 Miss DAVERY H. SCHULTZ D. SALISBURY L. PONSONBY JUNICDR CLASS HIASTORV As the class of ,32 turns back its pages of time, we find that 146 bewildered, en- thusiastic freshmen entered through the portals of E. H. S. in Ianuary, l9Z8. In Septem- ber they increased their number to 420 equally bewildered students. As freshmen they willingly backed all school projects, athletics, debates, and con- tinually headed the Honor Roll. For the first time in history the freshmen defeated the sophomores in their annual debate. They also elected Donald Salisbury and Howard Schultz to represent them on the Student Council. Their sophomore year proved equally eventful. Starting the year right, by electing Donald Salisbury, Donald Cook, Ieanne Mclntyre, and Edward Aifeldt to the Student Council, they kept up the good work by proving themselves superior to the freshmen, and defeated them in their debate. Three of the members were on the Varsity Debate Team. Both boys and girls were coming to the front in athletics. Six boys earned "E's," and seven girls received intermediate g'E,s.', As the third year rolled around, they passed to the more dignified state of juniors. The first question of "VVho shall lead us?" was immediately answered by choosing Don- ald Salisbury, president, Howard Schultz, vice-president, and La Von Ponsonby, secre- tary. The class of '32 decided 'Blue and VVhite should distinguish them from the rest. To solve financial difficulties, the play '6Bab,' was presented on May Zl and 22. The Iunior Prom, always a long looked for event, was a great success, due to the good work and ability of the committees. As they end their third year, the class of 32 looks forward to a still more success- ful and eventful year in the last chapter of their High School Book. LaVon Ponsonby-'32. 30 ., I ' Ii ., 6-Ff"',,g xdgfd v'g.r'XqVfI.Q f I I' sr 1 I .- -W' . r I Flaw .. qw ITX.vf..X.'1 ...I 1, H4 I duff . ...I I Idle' Q IW fy I Upper Group- JUNIORS IIMII' I' x viimf I f Tw .Sag K kj! I f If " A Q I .I nb Huck Rmv: I. .MRL-n, Ii. .xII1l'L'CI1I, R. IiicIrIIL', IJ. Austin, I.. Iilzlkcslcy, C. Iinzm, lf, .'XCIiClIILlIlIl, lf. .'XII'cImI. IJ. Iilictz, R. Rocker, I.. Iirrcttcllcr. SHI Row: VV. JXCILIIII, A. IRL-II, R. .Xluln-rsun, VV. IIILICRIWLIFII, VN. Iimmlm, A. RI-IcImu, li. Amy. M. IILITIICS, Ii. Rrcsliclx. Znd Row: V. JXIILICVSHII. I.. .XLILIIIIM Ci. Ilmh-. I. Hain, II. II.lIcIwin, R. Amlrcwn, U. Amlcrsun, Ii. Iicrmnn, I. liuxlxcrgcr. S. II4ll1XV1lI'I, Ifmm Rmv: I. Hulclt. II. lialru-It, U. III-ru. I". ligxkcr, Il. IILILIIIIFUEII, I.. IIFCIIIKT, M. IIl'CL'lIIIlQ1, If, .XnrIruws. R. .-Xmlrcx. Lower Group- Iiglck Row: Il. llstcrly. Ci. Cnlmlllmlvc, II. FcIm, Ii. Iigglcr, G. IIcL1rI4, C. llzuxxvcll, C. Cllristrmun, I. Cum I.. Cglrlmm, II. Iburkvc, R. Ificlmllcr, I. Rurrcn, C. CI.1rk. .SHI Rmv: Mr. VViIsun, C. CLIFIMIII, li, Cglrlx 1 V. KZLIVISOIL II. Cunm-ry. M. Ciruulu, R. Cnnnur, I. IIYIlL'k'IiIICI', I. Cook, R. Cnxrlr, Il, CuugI1I11x, 'I'. Calstriculur, U. Hunlick, IJ. Cuok. Zml Row: Il. Iircwlmkcr, U. IIt'1ll'IHYl', II. Ifollrmgln, I.. Ifislmcr, IILH ull, ID. Iwcrkc, M. I"IctcI1a'r, II. Cullic. N. IILITIIS, Ii. Chrislcnsun, I. IILll'I15IL'II'l, K. I:IL'ICI1L'l', If. Iiurich. Ifmnt Rmv: .. -sf, . '-v, M. I'.gurutI, I.. IXLIIIIUK, R. C.lI'INUl1, li, I2lllI'I'L' A. lburmann. II. Ifuy, X. Howell. I.. IJULII, S IJILI M In , . . , . I. Lllcpcrgx, A. Iirltlon. N. Ixlun' Img. R. Ilwr. 51 Il, I .iw ,, Q . . N A ll ' t H M xv C F " wal v. . I N5 .mn j M "I" A x if ' I JUNICDRS Upper Group- Buck Row: F. Gross. I. Hagerty, D. Harrison, H. Huible, VV. Goggin, R. Heine, R. Huthorne, I. Gostelli, R. Gierens. A. Frecleriekson, R. Hansen. Srd Row: Mr. Smith, R. Reid, R. Golliher, V. Frautnick, R. Harmeling, F. Hanson, W. Haines, C. Hill, VV. Gilomen, I. Gannon. 2nd Row: M. Ginnell, O. Hedberg, G. Graf, C. Hahne, M. Hancock, F. Hnmeiater, C. Heister, M. Gahler, G. Heubaum, W. Cromer, M. Gzitzke. F. Held. Front Row: O. Grimm, I. Gifford, H. Huy, M. Grzxcer, G. Heath, R. Gage, R. Frymark, N. Frisby, L. Funk. I. Gillilan. Lower Group- Bzick Row: P. Krumm, VV. Kramer, R. Horne, H. Knight, N. Iensen, B. Humbracht, C. Kenyon, R. Heller, li. Kent, I. Howell, L. Iensen, R. Keller. 5rd Row: P. Krumwiede, H. Kellman, N. Ieannetta, R. Leach, R. Reid, R. Keedau, H. Koppers, C. Levy, M. Kline, G. Holland, L. Keeler, R. Hogrc-ff, Mr. Montgomery. 2nd Row: V. Knrner, I. Iuneke. H. Hood. A. Lawrence, L. Laughlin, B. Irwin, E. Kushmirz, G, Cooke, V. Lee. IJ. Lageratom, C. Kern, G. Kelly, A. Iensen. Front Row: W. Hoffman, R. Kaisser, I. Lemu, H. Ruin, E. Kohel, F. Lane, D. Homfeldt, T. Klick, M. Iohnson, A. Iervis, R. Krumwiede. P. Lzindlvorg, F. Kollmun. l.. Kevern. 52 I , . , N? 2? Q, ,f I I atm Q' ' . .. nw I A "ml--. N . . R. JUNIOIQS Iiack Row: II. Mink, I. Ikicmtcirh, W, McMahon, R. Mansrlclml, G. XVAEIILCII, R. McCurnack, If. Nutmlini, R. Nelson. Sul Rmv: Min Ikurrun, I. Mmm-, R. Massa, M. Mick. R. Mctx, G. Moyer, 'I'. Mullinax, G Mueller, Ii. Musiman, Ii. U'Hricn. 2n4I Row: I.. O'CunncII, I. INIacIntyrc. R. Miller, I. McagIu-r. Ii. Malone, Ci. IIasaIi, A. Nclsnn, Ii. Mdflllrc. Front Row: I.. Lewis. V. McQL1rcny, G. NcaI. II. I.inncII, R. Loy, M. Mattrzcks, M. Mink, O. Littlcr, R. Meagher, M. Marxhall. Lower Group- Iiack Rmv: C. IICCIZ, I.. Rcdckcr, F. I'casL', G. O'Ccvnnur, If. Peak, R. Olvin, M. I'I1iIIips, C. RIEIIIIIJII Ii. Post, A. I'rcawII. Srzl Row: Ii. Rippbcrgcr, I. Ruvn-Iatasl, W, O'lTunnfn', R. Pilclmcr. I'. Rvaml: If. Olson, IJ. Puwn-II, M. Rcaml, I.. Rlggs. 2n4I Row: G. Rappc, I. PIaHIin, If.. Rrimcr. II. Richarmlmn, M. Post, Ii. Raifclmn, G. Ralvc, V. Reber, Mr. Waggnmr. Front Row: I. Ruiwimun. M. Parry, II. Rahn II. Ona, Ii. Rcuxlcr, R, Pate, ID. Osbcrg, I.. Ponsrmby. 35 I Q n v+l4-04 i F.. DCR i I . 5 ln- gwglfnf PX Q l F ln PWIND A Q, 1 K 0 l Xi, yn, ,, W1 JUNIORS Upper Group- liuck Row: P. VVi1nplchurg, Mr. Rolzinson, H. Smith, H. Schultz, D. Salisbury, F. Summers, F. Summers, NV. Olhubcr, L. Stcttncr. Srtl Row: R. Smith, R. Rcinl, K. Shaw, E. Sterfan, F. Sorn, A. Warner, R. Stettner, C. Stanford, P. Soltotly, L. Scigcl. Zncl Row: I. Smith, M. Smith, H. Sale, E. Skinner. I. Smith, G. Spcichcr, L. Stickling, I. Schultz, F. Schnett. Front Row: P. Stevens, H. Rose, V. Schrnm, C. Shcllcnlicrger, P. Runge, C. Shepherd, M. Sreinlcc, O. Shinherger, M. Schultz. Lower Group- Iinck Row: R. Vnrtz, C. VVells, Il. Tuchlinsky, N. NVclls. C. Taylor, O. Vick, R. Wainwright, M. Strausbuugh, li. Tillcry. Srtl Row: G. Walker, H. Tubbs, E. VVisc, F. Zciglcr, B. Wcise, L. Taylor, P. Taylor, Il. Wainwright, G. Stowcll, Il. Tyrell. Zncl Row: A. Ziegler, A. Vanclerford, I. Sowcrs, N. Wcccl, L. Wright, H. Switzer, li. Thics, B. Sokmly, I. Rovelstutl. Front Row: R. Parker, M. Sunny, V. XVallncc, M. Yates, E. Zcpzyk, G. Unrich, G. VVittcnherg, V. NVQHT, R. VVray, IJ. Yurs, D. Zierl-ze. 3-I K E . , ' ,rf ' ' N J V. 5 - 2 V6 -, m , , , 1 AH-g ,Z , U . , ' ' '41 " ' N , L . w W w k, lg - LM 151, ,t nik: 34 fl 13 ,31 .t V V- . A K, Inutlld Y .. , C OMPLE rms THE STRUCTURE ' D U Q 1 V v 35 'Tiiffb ' . ai ' E5 - . - J , .,,,,-,WM , , N wif' fs?-xf ?,.1,5Q-W. 351, ,, Y 5 M?-4,543 1' T' fu. mf 'Wu -'aku '- ' 4 '.1'c.' r- if"Q'C3f . r fff .L-:W .52?'32'.w A-,f-.14,4igr-HN, iiffsff ful I, ww- r ' -': mi- .ff l 'Min .J 12, 'xiii . 1 :Q ,Nu nw, 24 1 ,Q ' 2 5, .QW ww Vw X., 'pw f faf, , ef r q W. , ,iEY .gI::1'EQF if. , 3, '10, f V-lfglgf Q ' W, f 12? ' :cf ,- Y ' , K ,. . s ' V Jag., V 1 1: ,leg '31 wi- 115. , if 1 1 if . 'We .K ' .r mf VHF' V vw . "' W K ' -4 MW fi 'Hd-'1H'f .1 A :L . 4.-,am 1 in W ' 52.- AJ, , ru vfrfg. 1 1125. f ,v'rf7 , , we . .Anyw- 'w.g5,1 " r 'Q-'iw V-Ls: 2-fri' , .J 331411 Hal' 1m3fEuf1,,, -ar, 4 A - 1.4, A355 it .ww w . wzff a-1 if 55' 391: , -wa , xv W? j- -mmf , 'l"'k:f ' , W . 451' .12 1 W - QL..-344 Vf, ..1' ' "T T M 1 32 v., Wm, 1 ., , if-1 4' -P' J-4 11' ,, V- A wp. , lzy 4, wi,- Gare. "Ly F: ' pm' IRX KN s IXXKXXXXKXXX I'ffl1'l11'l IH!! ruin U J AK .Ali . if l........ .... ........, ,J 1 '31 A Ein ' , 1. 5 'Wt 'ul N ll L H 'S 9 . 'wb .xl 1 , X e ' . ""' n iv X Nas Y .1 " O ,S 5 x X 5 glllxh . ,E 'lx 'C O X x ig usd V MRS. DRYSDALE V. WALKER R. BRIGHTMAN M. BROPHY SENIOR CLASS HISTORY It was in February of 1927 that one hundred and fifty students started the preliminary excavating for the Class of 1931's building project. In September two hundred and sixty-four more joined those forces. Members of the class were representative in all school activities, especially debate, athletics, and "mak- ing the Honor Roll." Alice Crocker and Franklin Gannon were chosen as members of the Student Council. In the sophomore -year the Student Council representatives were Donald Butler and Robert Romeis. Both boys and girls were outstanding in athleticsg several boys received "E's," and twenty girls received "E's." Every student in the class of 1931 worked towards a most eventful Iunior year. The class elected Robert Romeis as the head architect, Paul Born as the assistant to the head, and Marelu Moore as the keeper of the blue prints. The colors, red and black, that were to stand for the Class of 1931, were chosen early in the year. Donald Butler, Robert Reid, Alice Crocker, and Howard Rovelstad were the Iunior Class repre- sentatives on the Student Council. Paul Born was the basketball captain. Two very suitable casts pre- sented "Little Women" to capacity audiences on May twenty-second and twenty-third. The junior prom was cleverly handled by reliable committees. In September of 1930 the Senior year was begun with prospects of success in everything. For this last year Robert Brightman was the head architect, Vernon Walker was his assistant, and Marjory Brophy was the keeper of the blue prints. Paul Born and Iames Walker were co-captains for the football season of 1930. Donald Butler was president of the Student Council, as well as editor-in-chief of the Maroon. Robert Brightman, Wesley Adams, Vernon Walker, and Howard Rovelstad were on the Student Council represent- ing the Senior Class. "Mrs, Bumpstead-Leigh," the Senior Class play presented on December fourth and fifth, was regarded as a success both dramatically and Bnancially. For the first time in Elgin High School history the Senior Class sponsored the Comedy-Concert on March nineteenth and twentieth. The class paid the Mirror Board one hundred dollars, split all above that 50-50 with the Board, and had over one hundred and twenty-five dollars to put into the treasury. The senior prom on Iune ninth was an event to be remembered by all who were there. The building that had taken four years to complete was dedicated by 271 graduating Seniors on com- mencement night, Iune twelfth, to the advancement of the learning that they had started in High School. MARIORY B. BROPHY 36 ANNETTE ADAMS "It appeals to me." Commercial Course G. A. A. Z-5-4: Commercial Club 4: Hocke Basketball 5-4: C. C. Usher. y 5-4- J. WESLEY ADAMS "Wes" "C'mon, lefs get going." General Course Band 3-4, President 4: Orchestra 3-4: Student Council 4: Iunior Class Play: E. Il. S. Players 4: National School Orchestra: Toonerville Band. High MARGARET A. AESCHLIMAN "Marg" "VVhat did she say the assignment was?" General Course Girl Scouts 2-3-4: Spanish Club 2: Girls Athletic Club: Ilome Economics Club: C. C. Usher. FLOYD ANDERSON "Andy" "He who laughs last, laughs last-" General Course First Hand Z-5-4: Science Club 5-4: German C Mathematics Club 4: Head Usher C. C. 4. GLENN ANDERSON "You ought to play a trombone." General Course First Band I-2-3-4: Second Hand 1: C. C. Usher JUNE ELLENOR ANDERSON "It's a great life if you donft weaken." General Course lub 4: Orchestra 1-2-5-4: Girl Reserves 2-5--l, ring 5: G. A. A. l-2: Mask and liauble 2, Secretary: Ii. H. S. Playe Secretary 4: French Club 3-4: Iunior and Senior rs 3-4, Plays. KENNETH E. ANDERSON "Ken" "Uf'hat do you think?" General Course Maroon Athletic Club 2-3-4: Com'l Club: Football, Lights 5: Hockey 5-4: Intramural Basketball 2-5 -4. RUTH ANDREWS "Ruthie" 'AAnybody seen Lenore?" Commercial Course Commercial Club 2-5-4: Home Economies Club l-2: Mask and liauble 2-5: G. A. A. I-Z-5-4: Geography Club 2: Posture Contest l: lilue Tri-Y 1. HENRY ARCHER "Hank" "The mighty Oak was once a nut like me." General Course Iloekey 5-4: Motto Committee. FLORENCE M. AUBLE 'tF1o" "Hey, Skippy." Commercial Course Hockey 5-4: Basketball l-Z-3-4: Bowling 5-4: Archery 5: First Glee l-2-3: Baseball Z-3: Iunior Prom Comi nittee. WM. L. AUSTIN "Bill" "Education builds great men-myself for instance." General Course Geography Club 2: Commercial Club 4. JOSEPHINE BAGDON "Fm from the country." General Course First Girls Glee Club I-2-5: G. A. A. l-3-4: Senior Class Play: Com'l Club 5: Class Announc Committee. 37 HJC!! Usher emcnt v,w.Q- v fri- MARION BARTELT "Blondie" '4Give me the Chryslerg it's good enough for me." Commercial Course Class Motto Committee: Usher C. C. 4. KENNETH E. BATTIN "Kenny" 'AI guess so." General Course First Orchestral 4: Mathematics Club 5-4: Heatl Usher Senior Class Play. HAROLD H. BAUMGARTNER "Give me the practical." General Course Geography Cluhg Motto Committee: C. C. Usher 4. ALLEN R. BAUMRUCK "Abie" "What's holdin' ya, feoi'??" General Course First Bancl 1-2-5-4: Drama Clubs l-2-5--lg Comedy Con- cert 5: Track 43 "Not Quite Such a Goose" Z3 "Why the Chimes Rang" 5: Drummaior 2-3-4. RUSSELL R. BEAN "Terry" "Silent, but humorous." Intlustrial Arts Course Chairman Class Play: Scenery Committee: C. C. Usher -l. EVELYN MAE BENNER "Every" 'ANOw, u1here's my key?,' Commercial Course Commercial Club. GENEVIEVE BEVERLY "Gen 2" "Skywarrl Ho!" General Course G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Biology Club 23 Vice-President Spanish Club 33 Iunior and Senior Class Play Committees: Athletics. MARGUERITE BISHOP "Bubs" "Aw nuts." Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2: Commercial Club: Geography Club 23 Biology Club lg Class Day Committeeg C. C. Usher 4. GORDON H. BONIN "Gus" "I gotta see Cleary." Commercial Course Intramural l-2: Commercial Club 2-3-4, Treasurer 5g Geography Club 2: Chairman Senior Sales Committee. DONALD BONKOSKE "Don" "One can never tell-can one?" General Course Intramural Basketball lg German Club 5--lg C. C. Usher Al. PAUL BORN "P.B." "He never worries and he never fussesf' General Course Football l-2-5-4, captain 4: Basketball 1-2-3-4, captain 3--lz Iunior antl Senior Boys Glee Club 3-43 Vice-Pres- iclerit lunior Classg Maroon Athletic Club 2-3-4, Pres- ident 5: Drama Club 5-45 High School Orchestra 1-2. FRANKLIN BOSWORTH "Frank" "Oh, Elsie ---- " General Course 1 First Orchestra l-2-5-4g First Iunior and Senior Boys Glec Club 5-41 Senior Hi-Y 3-43 German Club 4g E. H. S. Players 4g Senior Class Play Committee. 38 HELEN B0wMAN "Hank" "If silence is golden, I will never' be rich." General Course G. A. A. l-2: C. C. Usher -lg Motto Committee. CATHERINE L. BREEN "Kate" "I Cll'll,t do THAT." General Course Mirror Stall: Mask antl liauble l-2: li. H. S. Players 41 lunior antl Senior Latin Clubs: French Club: Iunior Class Play Committee: G. A. A. RICHARD R. BRIGHTMAN "Dick" "Why was it that his charm revealed, Somehow the surface of a shield?" General Course First Orchestra l-2-3: First liantl 1-2-3-43 Iunior :Incl Senior Latin Clubs 2-5: If. H. S. Players 5-4: Iunior Class Play: Comecly Concert 5: Senior Hi-Y 5--l. ROBERT O. BRIGI-ITMAN "Bob" A'What fun I supposed fo do, run a fever?" General Course President of Senior Class: Student Council -l: Maroon Stall: Senior Class Play: li. H. S. Players 3--lg Band I-2-3: Cometly Concert 3. ARTHUR M. BRITTON Commercial Course MARY ELIZABETH BRITTON "There ought to be ll law against it." General Course First Orchestra l-2-3-4: Mask anal Bauhle l-2: E. II. S. Players 5--l: lr. anal Sr. Class Plays: blue Tri-Y l-2-5--l, Ring 2: Spanish Club 2-5: G. A. A. l-2-3-4, Vice-Pres. 4. MARJORY BURT BROPHY "Marge" "Did you listen fo Wayne King last night?" General Course Blue Tri-Y 2-5--1, Sec. 3, Ring 5, Pres. -l: Maroon Staff: Drama Clubs,2-5-4: French antl Latin Clubs: G.A.A.2-3--lc Sec. Sr. Class: Ch. Ir. Class Iewelry antl Play Costume Com. linteretl from NVarsaw, N. Y., 2. ELIZABETH T. BRYDGES "Betty" "I only ask that fortune send, ll' little more than I can spend." General Course G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Spanish Club 2-3--l. Secretary 5: All Athletics: Hearl Usher lunior Class Play: Commercial Club 4: Mirror Stall 5-4. WILLIAM BURDICK "Reedy Bill" "Woody, could you hear the saxophones that time?" General Course Cometly Concert -l. SAM BURSTEIN "Micky" "Miss Cleary and I ---- " General Course Biology Club 2: Intramural Sports l-2-3-4: Tennis Club .3-4: Com. Club 3: Spanish Club -l: Sr. Prom Com. -l. DONALD BUTLER "Don" "Get out and crank." General Course Fclitor-in-Chief Maroon: Stutlent Council 2-3-4, Pres. -lg lr. ancl Sr. Hi-Y l-2-3-4. Pres. 2-4: Latin Clubs 2-3, Pres. 5: lntramural Awartl 3: Cometly Concert 2-3: Sc. Club 5-4. RAYMOND CAHILL "Ray" llH'lv Son-H General Course Football lights l-2-5, Captain 5, heavies -l: Basketball, lights 1-2-3--l: Track l-2-5--l, Captain -lg Maroon Athletic Club l-2-3-4, Vice Pres. 53 Mirror Staff -l. 39 waff- ALICE CAIN General Course G. A. A. 4: French Club 4: Senior Blue Tri-Y 4. Entered from Central High, Maclison, WVis., 4. LILLIAN CAIN "Billie" "Oh, Fiddlesticksf' General Course Mask and Bauble l-2: G. A. A.: French Club: Iunior Latin Club: Senior Sales Committee: Iunior Class Play Committee. HAZEL L. CAMPBELL "Shrimp" "Got any candy?" Commercial Course Commercial Club 5-4: G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Senior Sales Committee: Usher Senior Class Play. EDITH CHADDOCK "Edy" "I reckon it's a gay life if you don't weaken." General Course First Girls Glee Club 2-3, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Stu- dent Council 2: Student Director of Senior Class Play: Iunior Prom Committee: Drama Club 5-4: Blue Tri-Y 2-3-4: Mirror Staff 5, Secretary 2. GENEVIEVE H. CHATTERTON "Jenny" '4Acco1'ding to you." Commercial Course Posture Contest 5: Usher Senior Class Play: Home Economics Club 3: C. C. Usher 4. MARIAN CHURCHILL "Fm coming." General Course Maroon Staff: First Glee Club 1-2-3-4: E. H. S. Play- ers 4: Blue Tri-Y Z-3-4: G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Senior Latin Club 2: Iunior anal Senior Class Plays. EILEEN CIRAULO "Don't be funny!" Commercial Course Commercial Club 2-3-4: Blue Tri-Y 2-3: G. A. A. 1-3-4: Home Economics Club 1-2: Geography Club 2. EARL J. CLAGG "A big guy that doesn't say much." General Course Basketball 3: Track 4. Fnterecl from Leyclen High. DOROTHY M. CLARK "Dort" "Oh, Fm sorry." General Course G. A. A. l-2-3-4: H. E. C. l-2-3-4: Geography Club 2: Usher Senior Class Play: Basketball 2-3. LENORE E. CLINCH "See you later, Ruth." General Course Mask ancl Bauble l-2: G. A. A. l-2-3-4: H. E. C. 2-5: Science Club 3-4: Latin Club 1-2: Commercial Club l-2. OLIVER W. Cook "Cookie" "Now down where I come from-." General Course Mathematics Club: Tennis 2 years: Entered from Port- ageville, Missouri. - JUNE ELIZABETH COOPER "Paul and I--." General Course Home Economics Club l-2: G. A. A. 2-3: French Club 2-5: Biology Club 2. 40 FLORA JI-:ANNI-:TTE CORRON "Flo" General Course l.atin Club l-2: G. A. A. l-2-5--l: Girl Reseryes 2-5-4: Geography Club -l. MoNA CRANE '4Monie" "Hey, Gretchen." Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2-5--l: H. F. C. l-2-5-4, Secretary: Geography Club 2, Treasurer: Commercial Club 2-5-Ml: Mask and Hauble: Iunior and Senior Class Play Usher: All Sports. ALICE CROCKER "Penelope Pitts" General Course "Mrs. Humpsteacl-Leigh": Mirror Staff, Associate Editor: President French Club 5: Varsity Debate 2: Student Council l-5: Comedy CoIIcert 3-4. CATHERINE CRONENBERG "I'm hmzgryf' Commercial Course Second Girls Glee Club l-2-5: Geography Club 2: Com- mercial Club 2-3-4: C. C. Usher -l. MARIE ELIZABETH DIBLER "VVho has on extra, handkerchief?" General Course Latin Clubs I-2: Ilrama Clubs 2-Ml: French Club 3-4, Vice-President -l: Tri-Y l-Z-3-4, Vice-President 3: Iunior Class Play: Maroon Statl: Senior Sales Committee. DORIS E. DOLBY "Dodie" "Phooie." General Course G. A. A. l-2-5--l: H. Ii. C. 2: Girl Scouts 2-5-4. ETHEL BERTHA DORMANN "Et" "Wh.oopee." General Course German Club: Commercial Club: C. C. Usher 4: Flower Committee. HAMILTON D0xEY "Ham" l'Who, me?" General Course Chairman Class Flower Committee: C. C. Usher 4. NAN JEAN DUERINGER "Nan" "I'1n sorry." General t:UL1l'SC G. A. A. I-5-2: Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4: French Club 5-4: Iunior Prom Committee: F. H. S. Players 4: Senior Prom Committee: Comedy Concert 5--l. PHYI.I,Is A. EAMES "Phil" "Hey, Mike." Industrial Course G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Hlue Tri-Y l-2-5-4: Home Fconomics Club, President 4: Hockey 2-5-4: Basketball 1-2-3--lg Senior Sales Committee. S'rANI,I-:Y ERDMAN "Bronko" "Come on, yozlse guys." General Course Football l-2-5--l: llasketball l-2-5-Ml: 'lirack 2-5-4: M. A. C. I-2-5-4: Geography Club. VIRGINIA RUTH FARMILOE "Ruthie" "Gee, I'm hinzgryf' General Course G. A. A. l-2-5--l, Vice-President 3: First Orchestra l-2: Iunior and Senior Class Plays: F. H. S. Players 3-4: Comedy Concert 5: Mirror Staff -l. -ll wwf'- ELEANORE Lois FARNEY "Wee Un." Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2-3-4: H. E. C. l-Z-5--l: Commercial Club l-Z-3--l: German Club 2-3: Geography Club l-2-5--l. LOUISE E. FEHRMAN "Blondy" "I want to be a friend of everyone." Commercial Course Commercial Club, Secretary 5--l: Blue Tri-Y 2-5-4: First Glee Club 2-3-4: Basket Shooting Champ 5: Telegraphic liasl-:et-Shooting Contest 5. NORMAN G. FIERKE "Norm" V General Course Rifle Club 1: Glee Club lg Senior Hi-Y: Mathematics Club 3: C. C. Usher -l. LILLIAN D. FISHER "Lil" "Next time." Commercial Course Usher Senior Play: Spanish Club 3: Commercial Club 2-3-el: Geography Club 2: G. A. A. 1-2-3. MARGARET FLEMING "Fleming Youth" "Now you're in a hot boot." General Course Maroon Staff: Student Director Senior Class Play: E. H. S. Players: Senior Sales Committee: lunior and Senior Latin Clubs: Student Director Iunior Class Play: Honor and Latin Medals. ELEANORE FLOOD "Susie" HI don't know." Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2: Geography Club 2-3: Girl Scouts 2: Girl Reserves l-2: Commercial Club 2-5-4: Chairman An- nouncement Committee. HOWARD R. FOLKMAN "Howie" "The point is, ya know." General Course Football 2-3-el: Track l-4: E. H. S. Players: Mirror Stall: Maroon Staff: President Spanish Clubg Maroon A. Club. ARVID D. FRAUTNICK "Ai-v" "Many a man can attribute his start in life to the alarm clock." General Course Senior Hi-Y: Honor Medals 1-2-5-4: Maroon Staff: German Club 4: Mathematics Club 2-3-4: Senior Play Committee: Comedy Concert 3. BERNICE V. E. FRITZ "Fritzie" "I'll agree." Commercial Course Home Economics Club: Commercial Club 2-5--lg C. C. Usher 4. WILLIAM HINTON FRITTS "Bill" "What do yah mean? General Course Hi-Y 3-4: E. H. S. Players 3-43 M. A. C. 2-3--l: Mirror Staff 5-4: Football 2-3-4g Iunior Class Play: Tennis Club 5-4. LEON E. FULLER, JR. "Bugs" "VVhut does that make me? A Pilgrim?" General Course Football 2-5-4: Basketball 5-4: Hi-Y 1-2-3--l: Senior Science -l: Maroon Athletic Club 2-3-4g Track -lg Ma- roon Staff. MARJORY GAGE "Marge" "Says you!" sy General Course G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Geography Club 2: French Club 4: Girls Glee Club 2-3: Home Economics Club 1-4. 42 FRANKLIN E. GANNON WALTER E. GANNON "Walt" "Sc: yoaf' Cum-ml Course Pllflllli 2-5: M. A. C. 2-.5-4: First lizuml 2-5-4: Coni- mvrcinl Club 3-4: Sunior Latin Club 2: Scnior Hi-Y 5-4: Srcoiul llillltl l. GFRTRUDE M. GARRELTS "Gertie" "Hi, Kifldof' lmluslrizil Course Cn-ogrgipln' Club: CL-rnigiii Club: C. A. A.: llonic lic- onomics Club: lflowcr Coniiiiitlccz C, C, Usher 4. ROBERT GATECHAIR "Bob" uIfI'l'glZfHlll?l, if you gave that Ford away yozfd be Owing the gay nI01Ir'y." ' Com-ml Course Senior lli-Y 3--l: Mirror Stull 3: Maroon Stull Science Club 4: li.. ll. S. Plzivurs 5: Gcncriil fllllllflllllfl Iunior Prom: Senior Latin Club 2. HAROLD GEBHART "Gep" "Hay, flroopf' Ccncml Course Spiuiisli Club 2-5-4: Scnior Ili-Y 5-4: Maroon Arhlcric Club 4: Liglitwcight l-ioolbull 4: Truck 4: Mirror Stull 4. HARRIET GII.I.E'rTE "Wh.c'n I have my sanitOria'm-." ciL'IIL'l'L1l Coursc Iunior uml Svnior Class Plays: Musk zincl lluublc l-2. llrcsiclvxiil 2: li. ll. S. llliiyurs 5-4: lfirsl Urclicslrn l-2-5-4, Prcsiilciil 4: C. A, A. l-2-5-4, Prcsiulcnt 5: Maroon Stull: Sr. liluc Tri-Y 2-5-4, Sucrctary 4, Ring 5. MAURA E. GOGGIN Ccnurgil Coursr C. A. A. l-2-4: Comnicrcizil Club 3-4: Ilouic Economics Club 5: Latin Club 5: Will Iinil Prophccy Committee 4. DOROTHY F. GOOD "Goodie" "Guess he fold y0a."' Crm-rail Course C. A. A. 2-5--lg Comiiicruml Club Z-3-4: Musk Iinil Haiublc 1-2: li. H. S. Plziyurs 4: lunior Class Play: Senior Class Play Committcc: Latin Club l-Z. WlI.LIAM P. GRANT "Hi fhvrv fella." Cvncrul Coursc SXVlI11ll1lI1lLf 'l'c'IIIII 5-4: Intrzimurul Iigiskurlmll l-2: Class lfloxvcr ci0lHINlUl'l'Z C. C. Uslicr 4. VIRGINIA R. GRUPE "Ginny" 'ilusf a nziaafcf, please." Commcrcizil Course First Glu- Club 3-4: Ushcr Iunior Quill Senior Class Plays: ll. li. C. l-2-5-4: G. A. A. I-Z-3-4: Commercial Club 2-5-4: Musk ginml liziublr 23 Geography Club l. SHERMAN HALIGAS SUSAN HALL "Sue" "You should see my horse." CL-ncrzil Course lintc-rccl from Miles City, Montana, 4. 43 vfpf.. A lA1xl , 1'1" . CLAUDE M. HAMLIN K'My name is Lonesome Luke and call me Erin for short." General Course Student Director Iunior Class Play: Hi-Y 3-4, Treasurer 4g E. H. S. Players 5-4: German Club 5: Latin Club 45 Honor Medal 2: Maroon Staff. META L. HANDROCK 'AAS I said before, thei'e's a reason for everything." General Course H. E. C. 1-5-4: German Club 5: Commercial Club 4: G. A. A. l. MURIEL F. HARPER "Mur" "Going to play basketball tonight?" Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2-3-4: H. E. C. l-2: Commercial Club 2-5-4, Vice-President 4: Tennis 1-2-5-4: Basketball 1-2-3-4g Hockey 2-3-4, Captain 4g Baseball 1-2-3-4. GLENN R. HARTMAN General Course E. H. S. Players 5-4: Mask and Bauble 2: First and Second Boys Glee Club 1-2: Senior Prom Committee. WILLARD HAWKINS, JR. "Bud" 'iGolf, golf, and more golf." General Course Hi-Yi Club 3-4: Latin Club l-2: Glee Club I-2-3: Golf 1-Z-3-4: Basketball 1: Class Breakfast Committee. RALPH F. HAYWARD General Course French Club 5-4: Hi-Y 3-4: Track 4: Senior Prom Committee. ELEANOR HEIMANN "Peanuts" "I'll bet on nickle." General Course G. A. A. 1-Z-3-4: H. E. C. l-2: Commercial Club 3-45 Orchestra l. ALICE ELLEN HENRYSON "Chief" "I frown on that." General Course G. A. A. 2-4: C. C. Usher 4. ROGER L. H1-:ss "Reg" General Course Mirror Board 4: Hi-Y 1-2-5-4, Vice-President 43 Iunior Class Play: Business Manager Senior Class Play: Latin Club 2-3: E. H. S. Players 4: Spanish Club 4. DONALD EARL HODGE "Don" "What's holding you, Fear?" General Course Band 5-4, Vice-President 4: H. S. All State Orchestra 4: Commercial Club 3: Orchestra 4: Iunior Class Play Committee 3. VA DELL HOLTGREN "According to yon." Commercial Course Commercial Club 2-4: H. Ii. C. 2: Class Announcement Committee: C. C. Usher 4. Entered from Dundee High School. RICHARD J. HOLLAND "Dick" "Airplanes" General Course Rilie Club 4: Golf 3-4: Usher Class Play 4: Comedy Concert 1: C. C. Usher 4: Football. 44 ARTHUR T. HOLTZ "Art" "Play in the Bmzclf' General Course Commercial Club 5-4: First Bantl 5-4: C. C. Usher -l. LESLIE CLARENCE HOMFELDT "Les" "PhOoey." General Course lunior Class Play Committee: Senior Prom Committeeg C. C. Usher -l. EDWARD H. HUNT "Eddie" "lVell, men---.U General Course Hi-Y 5--lp French Club 4: H. S. Players -l: Mirror Staff -l: Iunior antl Senior Class Plays: Iunior antl Senior Boys Glee Club rl: Cometly Concert -l. MARION L. JACOBS "Hot stuff!" General Course G. A. A. l-2-5-lz Tri-Y 5-el: Seeontl Glee Club Z3 Latin Club 2: Cometly Coneert 5. ELMER A. JACOBSON "Jake" General Course Geography Club l-2: Biology Club l-2: Intramural Basketball antl Baseball. LYLE D. JAMES "Jimmy" "I'll let you know later." General Course Senior Class Play Committee: Biology Club 23 Intra- mural Basketball l-2. WILERED F. JANEKE "Willy" "I tlon't cure." General Course Senior Sales Committee: Senior Class llay Committee: junior Play Committee: junior Sweater Committee. J MARGARET C. JOHNSON "Margie" "Oh, don't mention it.', Commercial Course G. A. A. l: C. C. Usher -l. GLADYS R. JORGENSON "Glad" "We'll beat up on you after the game." General Course Spanish Club 3-4: Geography Club -lg Biology Club 23 Cheerleatler 5: G. A. A. 1-2-5--lg All Sports. EVELYN NORMA JURS "Evey" "That certain Chrysler for me." General Course Il. Ii. C. 5: First Orchestral -l: Senior Sales Committee. uErvH ERWIN KEEKER "Hey, fella." General Course Basketball 2-3--l, Lightweights: Lightweight Football 3-Ml: Intramural Sports l-2-3: M. A. C. 3--l: Mirror Stall -l. ADELINE LOUISE KELLEY "Kelley" General Course Glee Club 2-3--l: G. A. A. 2-fl-4: Blue Tri-Y 3. linteretl from Marengo 2. -l5 ff' JACK KELLEY "Jake" General Course KATHRYN MARY KENDALL "Kathie" General Course Girl Scouts I-Z-3-4g French Club -lg Geography Club 25 Mathematics Club 25 C. C, Usher 4. LUCILLE MARIE KENNEKE 'IA conscientious girl." General Course German Club 3: Latin Club 4: Iunior Class Play Usherg Senior Class Play Usher. FRANCES JANE KENYON "Faffy" "Oh! He's adorable!" General Course G. A. A. I-2-3-4: H. E. C. 1-2-5-4: Geography Club 2g Second Glee Club 3-4: Treble Choir 1-2. CHARLES KERESTESI "If I get in the game-" General Course Football, Lights 2g Hcavies 5-43 Basketball, Heavies 2-5-4g Track 3-43 M. A. C. 3-4. GEORGE V. KERN "Yutch" General Course Football anrl Track. GORDON KIMBALL "Gm-dy" "Wish, I had ol million dollars." General Course Intramural Baseball. MARION FRANCES KLIPPLE "Oopty Gooptyf' Commercial Course G. A. A. 1-2-3-43 Commercial Club 1-3g Mask and Bauble 3: Geography Club lg Hockey 1-2g Basketball 15 Second Glee Club 1. ELEANOR KNOTT "Omy" KlTSk.!Y Commercial Course G. A. A. 1-2-5-4: H. E. C. I: Commercial Club 45 Geography Club 2. OLGA KOLBE "Oga" "And oi good time was had by all." Commercial Course German Club 5-43 Commercial Club 4: Basketballg Golf. MARTIN KORNSTEIN "Mike" "For he is a jolly good fellow." General Course Lightweight Basketball I-2-5-43 Baseball Champs 23 Intramural Basketball Champs 1: Senior Hi-Y 3-43 Comedy Concert 4. NORBERT KOSCHNICK "Norb" "Remember December 4th?" General Course Senior Class Playg M. A. C. 5-4: Football 33 Basketball 3: German Club 4: E, H. S. Players 4: Entered from Concordia Ir. College, River Forest, Illinois. 46 MARIE M. KOWERT "Me-me" "The girl with never ll' serious moment." General Course ll. li. C. I-2-5--l, Vice-Presitlent 4: G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Senior Sales Committee: All Sports: Latin Club 3: Senior Class Play Committee. ELIZABETH M. KRIBS "Mike" "More work?" General Course G. A. A. 2-5--l: Tri-Y 3: Latin Club 2: Senior Sales Committee: All Sports: Maroon Stall. linteretl from Iluntlee 2. DOROTHY E. LAMP "Dot" "Just call me Dot." Commercial Course Commercial Club Z-5--lz ll. li. C. l: Comedy Concert 5: G. A. A. l: Geograpliy Club 2: Secontl Glee Club: Maroon Stall. LORAINE PAULINE LANDWEHR "Lindy" General Course llome liconomies l-2-5--l: G. A. A. I-2: Senior Sales Committee: Latin Club 5. OLIVE LARSEN "Ol" General Course G. A. A. l-2-S--l: Senior Sales Committee: 'liri-Y -l: Latin Club 2: Mathematics Club 2-5. linteretl from Carl Schurz Iligh, Chicago. RALPH W. LARSON "Swede" General Course Football, Lights 2-3, Heavies -l: Orchestra Zncl 1, lst 2-5-4: Hi-Y l-2-4-4, Secretary 4: Latin Club 2-5, Pres- itlent 5: Senior Seience Club 5--l: Class Play Commit- tees 5-4: Track 2-5--l. AR'rHI'R E. LAUDER "Schultz" "I'II take care of the baby." General Course Football l-2: Intramural Basketball: Intramural Base- ball: Boxing. KEITH LAUGHLIN 'fPete" "Au nzcrtzf' General Course Mathematics Club 2-5: Science Club 3: Class XVill anal Propliecy Committee. EI,vIRA MAE LE BLANC "Vicky" "Treat it lightly." General Course Mask anal liauble 2: lunior Latin Club 2: French Club 2: G. A. A. l: First Orchestra I-2-3-4: li. H. S. Play- ers 3--l: Senior Class Play. RUTH I. LE LEIVRE "Have you seen "Bobbie" anywhere?" General Course Q Geography Club 5-4: G. A. A. l-2-3-rl: State League li. li. Contest 2-3-Ml: Cometly Concert l: Latin Club l: All Athletics. A. WARREN LEROUX "Pete" "Young, innocent, and STILL pure." General Course First Glee l-2-5-4: First llantl 2-5--l: First Orchestra 3-4: Ii. ll. S. Players 2-5-4: lunior antl Senior Class Plays 3-4: Mathematics Club, Presitlent: Hi-Y. JEANETTE LEWIS 'll'II never be the same." Commercial Course llome Economics Club: Geography Club: G. A. A.: Com- mercial Club: German Club: Senior Class Play Usher. 47 I nf- A IA- WALTER LIENERT "Walt" "More dynamics." General Course Band 1-2-3-43 Orchestra 43 lunior Class Play Commit teeg Intramural Basketball 33 Hockey 3-4. GEORGE R. LINDOERFER "Sonny Boy "It niakes no never mind." General Course Tennis 2-3-43 Basketball 23 Iunior Class Playg E. H. S Players, Treasurer 33 Glee Club 2-3-4, Treasurer 5 Comecly Concert3 Senior ancl Iunior Hi-Y 2-3-4. BLANCHE LINNELL ROBERT S. LOWMAN "Bob" "Aw nuts." Commercial Course Iunior Latin Club 13 Commercial Club 5-43 Tennis Club Lis Intramural Basketball 2. RHEA MAXINE Loy CURTIS E. LUMM "Curt" "Smiling, congenial, conscientious." General Course Geography Club 23 Mirror Staff -l. RUTH J. LURIE "Sprechen Sie Deiztsch?', General Course German Clubg Tri-Y. Entered in junior year from Senn High, Chicago. DOROTHY MACKENZIE "Rusty 'tEverybody is queer in this world except 'me and thee-and thee's a little queer." General Course "Mrs. liumpsteatl-Leigh"3 "Little Women"3 Mask and Bauble l-23 E. H. S. Players 3-43 Maroon Staffg G. A. A 1-2-3-4, Corresponding Secretary 2-33 Latin and French Clubs. DONALD MAJOR "Don" "Hot dog." Commercial Course Commercial Club 43 Track 2g C. C. Usher. GERALD H. MARSH "Mush" "What d'ya say today?" General Course Hi-Y 3-43 Basketball in Huntley I-23 Commercial Club Basketball antl Baseball 4. Huntley 3. 43 Intramural Entered from WILBUR MARSON 'tYoa wouldn't Football 2-33 H. S. Players Athletic Club CARL MARXEN "Oh yeah." German Club 48 kid a guy, would you?" General Course "Cocky Basketball 2-3-43 Senior Class Play 4g E 43 Mathematics Club 33 Golf 3-43 Maroon 2-3. 3: General Course Hockey 2-43 Golf "Slim PAUL MARXEN "Fore" General Course Golf 3-4: French Club 4: Hockey 3-4: Usher 4. ORVAL MATTESON "Mattie" "I never worked all semester." Industrial Course Lightweight Football 3, Heayies 4: Track 3-4: M. A. C. 3-4: Hi-Y 3-4: Hockey Champs 5-43 Baseball Champs 2: Intramural Track Champs 5-4. ARLEAN MEIER "Slim" "This will be the death of me yet." Commercial Course G. A. A. l-Z-3-4: Geography Club 2: German Club 3-4: Band l-3: Usher Senior Class Play: Home Economics l. LESTER A. MENGLER "Les" "Deuh Me! .' ."' General Course Hi-Y 5-4: Spanish Club 2-5: Rifle Club 4: Senior Breakfast Committee. LAURA MESSLER "Peg" "Gee, I'm tired." Commercial Course Commercial Club: Home Ifconomics Club: C. C. Usher. DALLAS MILLER "Speed" "Hey Iggie, keep an eye on me." A General Course Senior Hi-Y 3-4: Mask and Bauble 3: E. H. S. Players 4: Heavyweight Football 3: M. A. C. 5-4: Senior Class Play 4: First Orchestra 1-2-5-4. MARY C. MILLER "Opee" "Don't call me Pee Wee." General Course Senior Class Play Committee: Girl Scouts 2-3-4: French Club 2-3: G. A. A. I-2-3-4: Iunior Latin Club l: Mathematics Club 2: Senior Latin Club 2. WOODROW MILLER "Woody" "Come on, you Rajahs, get hot." General Course Mirror Board, Vice-President 4: Maroon Athletic Club, Vice-President: Tennis Club, President: Track 3-4, Captain 4: Basketball I-2-5-45 Senior Hi-Y: junior Prom Com. MORRIS MILLIGAN "Mike" "After due consideration-" General Course Iunior Latin Club 2: Senior Latin Club 5: Band l-2-5-4: Orchestra 4: IZ. Il. S. Players 4: Geography Club 23 Senior Class Play 4. MARELU ELIZABETH MOORE "Jiddie" "She hates to speak unnecessary words." General Course Iunior Class Secretary: Ii. H. S. Players 3-4, Vice-Pres- ident 4: Class Plays: Rotary Medal l-2: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Posture Contest I: Mirror Staff 5-4: Blue Tri-Y l-2-3-4, Ring l: Glee Clubs l-2-4, President and Accompanist 2. J. HYNIE MORRISON "Hynie" "I move the meeting be adjourned." General Course Football 5-4: Maroon StatI: Intramural Swimming 5-4: Track 5: Ice Hockey 4: Maroon Athletic Club: German Club. ELEANOR MOSIMAN "Me and my banjo." General Course Home Ilconomics Club I-2-5: G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Mathe- matics Club l-2, Secretary 2: Commercial Club 4: Blue Tri-Y 4: Comedy Concert l: Iunior Latin Club 2. 49 .--A ALBERTENA MUNRO "Albert" "You know last 'night Al and I-" General Course G. A. A. 1-2-3: Stunt Group 1: Basketball 1-2-3-4: Mask and Hauble 2. ROBERT WILLIAM MUNROE "Bob" General Course Iunior Latin Club I: Geography Club: M. A. C.: French Club: Senior Hi-Y: Properties Senior Class Play: Light- weight Football. GORDON MUNTZ 'AGordie" "Ho Hum, I'm tireol! General Course Maroon Athletic Club 2-5-4: Hi-Y 3-41 Geography Club 2-5: Track 3-4: Lightweight Football 5-4: Latin Club l-2: Senior Class Memorial Committee. MARIAM JANE MUNTZ "Will the meeting please come to order? General Course Mirror Stag 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Pres- ident 4, Secretary 2: E. H. S. Players 5-4, President 4: Iunior and Senior Class Plays: Orchestra Accompanist I-Z-5-4: Varsity Debate 5-4: Blue Tri-Y l-2-3-4, Honor Ring 3. u H EULAS NEAL "Jimmie" "Got it with yuh?" Industrial Course Comedy Concert Usher 4. ALICE NELSON "Oh, Geef' General Course G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Blue Tri-Y 3-4: Girl Scouts 1: Latin Club 2-5: Commercial Club 3: Usher Iunior and Senior Class Plays: Comedy Concert 1-4. MIRIAM NEWCOMER "Oh, pooh!" General Course First Girls Glee Club 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Commercial Club 4: Latin Club 1-2: French Club 3: Blue Tri-Y 4: Mirror Staff 3. PATRICIA OSBORNE "Patty" "Tis the smile you wear." Commercial Course Geography Club: Glee Clubs: G. A. A.: Commercial Club. LEONA OSTDICK "Duke" "What do we have to do in gym today? Commercial Course Girl Scouts 1-2-3-4: Geography Club 1: Commercial Club 2-5-4: G. A. A. 1-2: Usher Senior Class Play. CORNELIA A. PALMER "Corky" "The boy's getting clever." General Course Iunior and Senior Class Plays: Maroon Staff: E. H. S. Players 4: G. A. A. Z-3-4: French Club 5: Latin Club 2-5-4. Ftitered from Pittsfield, Massachusetts 2. n GEORGE R. PALMER "Palm" "Well, if you clorft like it-" Mathematics Club: Spanish Club: Comedy Concert Usher. GEORIA ANTOINETTE PAPAGEORGE "Jo" 'tHele1i of Troy, Cleopatra and I-" Industrial Course Comedy Concert Usher. 50 KATHERINE APHRODITE PAPAGEORGE "Things don't bother her." Commercial Course Comedy Concert Usher. HATTIE PARKI-IURST General Course G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Home Economics Club 1-2-4: Blue Tri-Y -l: Senior Sales Committee: Mathematics Club 2. KEITH PARRY "Kotfee" "Aw Screws." Intlustrial Course Class Day Committee: Cometly Concert Usher. J. WESLEY PARSONS "Gus" "Just ask Billy." General Course Latin Club rl: German Club -l. GEORGE D. PEARSON "Dan" "Poe got a theory-don't bother ine." Maroon 3--l, Iunior Representative 3, Business Manager -l: Treasurer Senior Science Club 3--lg German Club -l. RUTH PECK "Vell, but hon-" General Course French Club 3-4: E. H. S. Players 3-4: Iunior Class Play: Senior Sales Committee: Mask and Bauble 2: Iunior antl Senior Latin Clubs: Senior Class Play Committee. WELFORD W. PERCY "Percy" "Poe got an eighth period." Commercial Course Commercial Club l-2: Iunior Hi-Y 1-2-3, Vice-Presitlent Z, Treasurer 3: Intramural Sports 1-2-3--l. CHARLES A. PETERS "Chuck" "California, here I come." Spring Football: German Club 2-3, Secretary 3: Track 3-4. FREDERIC C. PFINGSTEN A "Fritz" "Fm going 'west tonight about 16 miles." General Course Latin Club 3: Senior Science Club: All Intramural Sports. Iinteretl from Hampshire Township High School, 1928. MARY ALYCE PHELPS "I live for those who love me, for those who know me true." General Course Mirror Staff: Spanish Club 3--l: Quill ancl Scroll: Usher of Senior Class Play: G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Comecly Concert lg Blue Tri-Y l-2. ESTHER C. PIERCE "Oh, fish." General Course French Club 3--l: Mask antl Bauble 2: G. A. A.: Iunior anal Senior Latin Club. EDITH A. PIERSON "Eden "Got any 'Wails,' Muriel?" General Course Mirror Staff: Quill and Scroll: Comecly Concert 3: All Sports: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Blue Tri-Y 3--l: First Girls Glee Club 2-3. 51 v,1',f,- EDITH PIHL Commercial Course G. A. A. I-2-5-4: Home Economics 41 Commercial Club -l: Geography Club 29 Iunior Class Costume Committeeg Comedy Concert Usher. ROBERT L. POND "Bob" "What does that make me?" General Course DELORIS POPP "Babe" "Gee! but I'm happy." Commercial Course Ilome Economics Clubg Representative on Home Econ- omic Club Council: Usher Iunior and Senior Class Plays: Ticket Committee for lunior Class Play. DORIS RAND PRITCHARD "Pritch" "The best is yet to be." General Course Latin Club I-23 French Club 5-4g Drama Clubs I-2-5-43 Tri-Y 2-3-4: Basketball Sales Committee: Iunior Class Play Committee: G. A. A. I-2-5-4. HAROLD RADDE "Bow" Industrial Course Commercial Club lg Senior Class Usher: Comedy Concert Usher. GLENN E. RAHN "Rahnie" "Where's 'Dink'?" Industrial Course Intramural Basketball 1-29 Geography Club 25 Com- mercial Club 2. SI-IIRIEY RAMSAY "Where's my-? Oh here it is!" General Course G. A. A. I: Iunior Latin Club lg Senior Latin Club 23 Mask and Bauble Z3 Glee Clubs I-2-3-49 Comedy Concert 3. JAMES E. RASMUSEN "Whitey" General Course Basketball 5-4g Mirror Staff 3-4: B team Basketball 2g Intramural Baseball and Basketball. ERNEST J. RAUSCHENBERGER, JR. "Ernie" General Course Track '3-4: Latin Club 5-4g German Club l-25 Senior Science Club 3-4. ELSIE REAM "I have'n't the foggiest notion!" General Course Maroon Staffg French Club 5-4, President 'lg Quill and Scroll: Senior Sales Committeeg G. A. A. -lg Senior Class Play Committee: Second Girls Glee Club 4, Vice-Pres. Entered from Ioliet High School in l929. HOWARD REASON "Howie" General Course First Orchestra l-2-3-43 Football 4: Biology Club 2: Hockey 2-3-4g Comedy Concert Usher. FRANCIS REES "Dimples" "Where've you been?" Industrial Course Football 2-3-43 Maroon Athletic Club 3-4g Comedy Concert Usher. 52 KATHRYN REES "Kate" "Boy, the ice was keen." ' Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Comedy Concert 5: Hockey. Tennis, Archery. VERA E. RICE "Ricie" "No goofin'-honest?" General Course Iunior Class Play: Senior Class Play: Mask and Bauble l-2: Ii. H. S. Players 5-4: Senior lilue Tri-Y l-2-5--l, Treasurer 5: G. A. .-X. l-2-5--l, Secretary 2: All Athletics. ELIZABETH ROBBINS "Betty" General Course Iunior Latin Club l: Senior Latin Club: Spanish Club 5: Home Economics Club 2-5--l: G. A. A. l-2. EMMETT F. RODDIS "Emmy" "They say I'm fickleg am I?" General Course Senior Science Club 5-4: li. H. S. Players -l: Senior Class Play: Football 5. Iintered from St. Thomas High School, Rockford, Ill., as a Iunior. ROBERT ROMEIS "Bob" "Me 'n Howie 'n Gord." General Course Football and Basketball 2-5--l: Track l-Z-5--l: President of Iunior Class: Student Council 2: lunior and Senior Class Plays: President of Latin Club: Maroon -l. ADA CAROLYN Ross "Tater" "Um-I don't know." Commercial Course Commercial Club 5-4: Mirror Staff 4: Quill and Scroll: First Orchestra 2-5--l: Commercial Club Song. HOWARD ROVELSTAD "Howie" "Help!" General Course Mirror Starf 5--l: Student Council 5-4: li. H. S. Players: Mask and liauble: Hi-Y: Spanish and Latin Clubs. MURIEL ROVELSTAD "Whom'll we sympathize 'with this week, Edith?" General Course G. A. A. l-2-5-4, Second Vice-President -l: Drama Clubs 2--l: Senior Tri-Y 5--l: Mirror -l, Associate Editor: French Club 2-5, Secretary-Treasurer 5: All Athletics l-2-5--l: Second Orchestra 2, First 5. WILDA RUDNICK "Willy" General Course Mirror Staff 5-4: li. H. S. Players -l: Girl Scouts l-4: Iunior Play Committee: German Club -l: Most Athletics: Comedy Concert l-2-5. ELEANOR RUNGE "Elly" "Oh, gee, gosh!" Commercial Course G. A. A. KATHERINE SAAM "I won't be able to go. I'll miss that 'radio program." General Course First Girls Glee Club -l, Secretary-Treasurer -l: French Club 4: G. A. A. -l: Girl Reserves 4: Production Staff Senior Play. hntered from Abraham Lincoln High School, Council Bluffs, Iowa. HARRY R. SAMsoN Commercial Course Commercial Club 2-5--l, President 5: Maroon Athletic Club I-2-5-4: Track: Intramural Baseball and Basketball. 55 v,f:.f.- iff!- MARJORIE SAMUELSON "Smudge" "It'IZ be a lonesome old school when I'm not around." General Course HOWARD L. SANNO "Red" General Course Glee Club l-3-43 Hi-Y 5'gl'1 German Club 3-43 Geogra- phy Club 23 Commercial Club 2-3. HOWARD SANTEE "Hank" 4'Honorijieabilitudenatatabusn flongest word in Dictionuryj General Course Spanish Club 2-3-4: Mathematics Club 3-4: Senior Hi-Y 33 Iunior Class Play Committee 33 Intramural Baseball 3. MARJORIE SANTEE "Marge" "No kidding-" General Course G. A. A. 1-3-43 Spanish Club 2-3-43 Home Economics Club 23 Comedy Concert. ELLEN SCI-IAAF "Sis" Commercial Course Tri-Y 3-43 G. A. A. l-2-3-43 Commercial Club 3-43 Latin Club 2. GRETCHEN J. SCHAEFER "Hey, Mona! axGradyrr xr General Course First Girls Glee Club 3-43 Home Economics Club 1-2-3-4, Secretary 33 G. A. A. l-2-3-43 Mask and Bauble 13 All Athletics3 German Club 33 Commercial Club 4. CAROLYN M. SCHEELE "Hi, fella!" General Course Drama Club 3-43 German Club 3-43 G. A. A. 4g Iunior Class Play3 Senior Class Play Committee. DOROTHY C. Sci-1L1E "Say, do you know what-" General Course G. A. A. 1-2-3-43 German Club 3-43 Senior Tri-Y 4g Home Economics Club 3-43 All Athletics. WALTER SCHULD "Smu1ty" "Now, my ma won't let me." 1 General Course Seconcl Orchestra3 Class Day Committee3 Comedy Concert Usher. EVELYN KATHRYN SCHULTZ "Eve" "Nurts." General Course Senior Tri-Y 3-43 Home Economics Club 2-3-43 Second Glee Club 3-43 Junior and Senior Latin Club 2. HELEN CAROLYN SCHULTZ "Putts" "It's niceg we like it." General Course Home Economics Club 3-43 Iunior Prom Committee. JOHANNA MARGARET SCHULTZ "Joe" KKAch .ffl General Course Iunior and Senior Latin Club 23 Home Economics Club 3-43 Blue Tri-Y 3-43 Girls Glee Club 3-4, Secretary 43 Iunior Prom Committee. 54 PAUL F. SEIGER "Sige" "0h! Oswald!" General Course Ili-Y 2-3--lg Commercial Club -l: Latin Club 2-3- Varsit' i I Tennis 2-5--lg Intramural Sports I-2-5-4. LEON SELIGSON "Edison" "Yu, Horse." General Cotirse Maroon Staflz German Club -lg Mathematics Club l-35 Tennis Club -lg Class Play Committee. THURLOW W. SENNHOLTZ "Stew" "Vhats der big idearf' Industrial Course Track -lg Commercial Club -lz Athletic Club 4: Intramural Sports 2-5-4: Orchestra I-2-Sp Usher Senior Class Play. CHARLES G. SHOEMAKER "Chuck" "What are you gonna, do to-nite?" General Course Maroon Staff: Football 2-33 Hi-Y 5--lg Ii. H. S. Players 5-41 Senior Latin Club 2: M. A. C. 2-3--lg Commercial Club 4. SYBIL VIVIAN SKOGLUND "Skeeks" General Course Commercial Club -lg Geography Club 23 Home Econ- omics Club I-2-3. KENNETH STEARNS SMITH "Kenney" "LeI's get going." General Course Geography Club 2-3-4: Basketball 3-4, Wayne All-Stars: Second Band 3--l. LYLE SMITH "Smitty" "Please d0n't talk about me when I'm gone." General Course Basketball l-2--l: Football 23 First Boys Glee Club l-2: Iunior and Senior Hi-Y I-2-5-43 Maroon Athletic Club 2-3-4. DOROTHY B. SPECKMANN "Speckie" "Seen my Twin?" Commercial Course Commercial Club 4: German Club 53 Geography Club 23 G. A. A. l-2-5--lg Home Economics Club lg Comedy Concert Usher. FRED SPECKMANN, JR. "Freddie" "Where's Bud?" General Course Usher at Class Play -l, Cometly Concert 4g Class Day Committee. DOROTHY SPOHNHOLTZ "Dot" "Who cares?" Commercial Course Ilome Economics Club l-2-3-4: G. A. A. I-2: Commer- cial Club 2-5-43 Geography Club 2: Glee Club 2-3-4. JAMES W. STARRETT "Jimmy" "Heh! Heh!" General Course Science Club -l: Hi-Y I-2-5--l: Latin Club 23 Hockey -lg Maroon Stall: Senior Class Motto Committee, Chairman. WILLIAM A. STEVENS General Course 55 e,c:1'f- MARRTA STICKLE Commercial Course G. A. A.: Commercial Club: Glee Club: Geography Club: Second Orchestra: Comedy Concert Usher. CAROLYN MARJORY STICKLING 'tChass." Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2-5--l: Home Economics Club 1-4: Commer- cial Club 4: Geography 2: Comedy Concert 1-2: Senior Class Play Committee. SHIRLEY ANTOINETTE STOHR 4'Sna:zy." General Course G. A. A. I-2-5-4: Mask and Bauble l-2: Iunior Latin Club l: Senior Latin Club Z: Senior Sales Committee -li Iunior Class Play Committee. FRANCES ELEANOR STRINGER "Fran" "Fm as fond of dates as an Arab." Commercial Course Mask and Bauble 1-2: G. A. A. l-2--l: E. H. S. Players 5--l: Iunior Class Play Committee: Geography Club 21 Tennis l-2: Commercial Club. OPAL V. STRUBE "Oh-Pal" "The first hundred biscuits are the hardest." Commercial Course Maroon Staff: Cheerleader 5: All Sports: G. A. A. I-2--l, Secretary 5: Commercial Club 5: Geography Club 2. NAOMI MARGARET STUMPF "Stumpie" "Now if I could run things-" Commercial Course Geography Club 2: Home Economics Club 1: G. A. A. 1-2-lg German Club 3--l: Commercial Club 1-4. MABEL SWAIN "Belle" Commercial Course G. A. A. lg Commercial Club 2-3-4: Comedy Concert Usher. Y ELEANOR M. SWANSON "Swannie" "Oh P00f."' General Course Iunior Latin Club l: Senior Latin Club l-2: Library Club 2-5: Chorus 2: Mirror Staff 3--l. MARY ORTH THORNELL "Mary O" "Meany." General Course Ii. H. S. Players 3--l: Mask and Bauble l-2: Latin Club 2-3, Treasurer 3: G. A. A. l-5-4: Basketball 2-3: Tennis -l. HERTHA THRUN "Cookee" "Be origirlfllf' Commercial Course Geography Club 2: G. A. A. 2-5: Comedy Concert Usher. HELMUT TILCHE "Mutton" "Oh, Yeah!" General Course M. A. C. 4: Football 4: Track 3--l: Intramural 3-4. BONITA TORNQUIST "Bonnie" "When better lives are lived, I'll live them, but not until then." General Course Home Economics Club 1: Blue Tri-Y 4: G. A. A. I-2-5-4: French Club 4: Commercial Club 3. 56 WAYNE TREECE "Cannonball" "Se: you ."' lnilustrial Course s s . A . M. A. C.. J-4: Geograpliy Club 5-4: I-ootball 5-'L EARL LEE TROLSON "Early" "What have we got to do tonight but dance?" General Course Commercial Club: Geography Club: Hi-Y: Intramural Sports: Senior Class Prom Committee Chairman. G. GENEVIEVE TUCKER "Gene" Commercial Course Commercial Club 5--l: Geography Club 2: Home lieonomies Club l: Basketball I-Z: Volleyball l-2. ETHEL VAN WAMBEKE "Betty" "Hey, Mnrj."' General Course French Club Z: First Girls Glee Club 2. VINCENT R. VIRGTL "Russ" Commercial Course Mathematics Club 5-4: Geography Club 2-3-4: Iixtemp- oraneous Speaking Contest 3: Commercial Club 2-3, President -l. MARJORIE J. VOGT "Marj" "Pm telling you." General Course G. A. A. I-2-.5-4: Home Economics Club 2-5: Iunior Latin Club I: Senior Latin Club 2: Class Breakfast Committee: Comemly Concert Usher. KATHRYN WAKELEY "Kate" "l,ef's go." Commercial Course Commercial Club 5--l: G. A. A. I-2-3-4: Geography Club l-2: Comedy Concert Usher. JAMES R. WALKER "Jimmy" "Where is Pasha?" General Course Football I-2-S-4: Basketball I-2-5-4: Track Z-3--l: M. A. C. I-2-3-4: Geography Club -l: Glee Club 2-5-4. VERNON WALKER "Verne" "IVhere's your slip? You!" General Course First Orchestra l-2-3: Sturlent Council -l: Vice-President Senior Class: Senior Science Club 4: Iunior Prom Committee: Senior Hi-Y, President -L MARGARET HELEN WEBB "Marge" "It'.s' a great life if you do1z't weaken" Commercial Course Commercial Club 2-5-4: G. A. A. 2-5--l: Basketball I-2: Maroon Staff: Geography Club 2: Second Glee Club 1-2: Blue Tri-Y l-2. RUTH ALBERTA WEEKS "Boots" "That thing of cl jig." General Course Girl Scouts I-2-3-4: Iunior and Senior Latin Clubs 2-5: Mirror Staff -l: G. A. A. I-2: Second Glee Club 3: Blue Tri-Y l. ELMER WEICHEL "Bud" "What'll you have?" General Course Senior Sales Committee Chairman: Business Committee for Iunior Class Play, Chairman: Mirror Stafl: Senior Hi-Y -l: Latin Club I-2: E. H. S. Players 5--l: Quill and Scroll -4. 57 :f,e,i'.m HAMLIN W. WELLING "Ham" General Course First Band 1-2-3-4: Iunior and Senior Hi-Y: German Club 3: Ice Races 29 Ice Hockey 2-3--lg Cheerleader 4g M. A. C. MARJORIE L. WENDLER "Marge" Commercial Course G. A. A. l-2-3-4: Blue Tri-Y 2-3-43 Commercial Club 2-3-43 Sweater Committeeg Basketballg Tennis, Volleyball. GRANT W. WERTZ "Well, I think-" General Course Mirror Staff 3--lg Mathematics Club 3-4. ETHEL L. WESTPHAL "Westie" "I can speak French, Chevrolet Coupe, Lincoln Highway." Commercial Course G. A. A. 3-4g Commercial Club 3--lg Geography Club 2, Comedy Concert 3. ROBERT C. WHALEN "Bob" KlWh67'6,8 Shorty?" Industrial Course Intramural Basketball 2-3-45 Intramural Boxing 45 Comedy Concert Usher. PEARL WIESE "Wieseeee" "Mean well, but don't do well." Commercial Course Commercial Club 4. LUCILE MAE WILCOX "Peter" "A stitch in time saves nine." Commercial Course Home Economics Club 1-23 Commercial Club 3-43 Comedy Concert Usher. MALVIN J. WILLIGMAN "Babe" "Got your German?" General Course Iunior Hi-Y lg German Club 3-4, Vice-President 3g Class Announcement Committee. A. MILDRED WXLLIGMAN "Mil" General Course Home Economics Club 2-3g G. A. A. 2-3-4g German Club 3-4. ALBERT WINKELMAN "Baldy" "They got me, pal." General Course German Clubg Comedy Concert Usher. GLADYS E. WOLFF "Oley" "Quiet, reserved." General Course G. A. A. 1-2-5-4: Athleticsg Home Economics Club 1-2-4, First Girls Glee Club 4, Comedy Concert 33 Girl Scouts 2-3-4, German Club 3-4. MAURENE DORIS WooDR1cH "Renee" Commercial Course Commercial Club Z-3--lg G. A. A. 2-3--lg Blue Tri-Yg Geography Club. S8 ELMER W. ZIEGLER "Elm" "My kingdom for ll future tennis crown." German Club 5--1: Tennis Club 2-5--13 Hockey -1. VELMA CAMP General Course Baseball 2-5: EVELYN E. ZIERKE "Evie" "Going to bowl tonight?" Commercial Course Commercial Club -1: Howling 2-3-4, Champion 53 Tennis 23--ig Hockey 2-3--1: llaskelball 4. VIVIAN YEATON "Viv" "Je ne suis pus." General Course lintereal from Imliana February 4, 1951. DONALD TRAUB "Traubie" "I don't cure!" General Course ER "Pepper" "Say, you're fl scream, Buddy." General Course lintereml from Marengo Iligb, Marengo, Ill. Lois RICHMANN Commercial Course DOROTHY MAY SIERS "Do " DONALD E. WEBB "Jiggers." "H0nest?" Commercial Course G. A. A. 21 Commercial Club -1. lKD0n,, General Course IN MEMORIAM ln Februarv. 1928, we lost a popular fellow elassmutc, Milton Schult, 511 E- 1 if 3 2 rf N HHH! ummm 1 W We X SCHOLARSHIP With so many outside activities, students are inclined to overlook scholarship, but with certain awards as Incentives, there are some students who strive to attain recognition. The percentage of students who do so is low--less than five percent. An Annual Scholar- ship Day is set aside In Iune In the interest of the advancement of scholastic attainment, and at an auditorium program in the morning the Rotary Awards are made. . ...R ..........,..., E 'J' A NIJ - D 've 32 .H . r, "I ' X ,N un i T Thai- I . lf REF' , 19 Hg ' N215 H nfl: Ii N :M :glibc , , U 'E . . . H. ll: 4 I J HONOR ROLLS AND ROTARY AWARDS Elgin High School has a period Honor Roll for those students having a monthly average of ninety or above in four subjects. The Semester Honor Roll is made up of the names that have appeared on all the Monthly Honor Rolls during the entire semester. Those students who attain Honor Roll averages for the whole school year are awarded an Honor Medal provided by the Rotary Club and presented by the Elgin Rotary Club President. The first medal ever received by a student is a round bronze one, the second is a round silver one, the third a round gold one, and the fourth is a square gold one. All names that have appeared on the Honor Roll are printed in the Annual Scholarship Day program. ROTARY HONOR MEDAL STUDENTS SENIORS 11B JUNE E. ANDERSON MARJORY B. BROPHY DONALD F. BUTLER MARION CHURCHILL ARVID D. FRAUTNICK HARRIET E. GILLETTE CLAUDE M. HAMLIN FREDERIC S. MARKS JAMES C. MILLER LOREN J. MINK JOHN H. OLHABER LEONE A. SEYLLER 10A ELIZABETH M. KRIBS RALPH W. LARSON RUTH A. FRANTZ MARIAM JANE MUNTZ CHARLO G. HOLDEN CORNELIA A. PALMER LYLE C. STEWARD ELSIE M. REAM JOAN H. WISE ROBERT S. ROMEIS KATHERINE SAAM 10B LEON SELIGSON MARGARET M. LOGAN JUNIORS CAROL V. QEYMOUR LEORA B. BOETTOHER 9A ISADORE BURSTEIN GILLARD D. DEARLOVE VELDA L. FRAUTNICK NANCY G. FRISBY ROBERT W. LEACH JOY SCHULTZ ELSPETH H. WISE BARBARA A. BYRNE RALPH F. LEAOH ROBERT C. MILLER EDWINA R. VIRGIL I0 ll .fi-.80 ju 0 T f , AWARDS--1930 I Elgin High School has an Annual Award Day, and the following presentations were made in auditorium on Iune second, 1930, when the second annual program was held: f I iiii 0 Z 4 0 " 5 I . 4 27' N r 4.3 r '-.azz igqgr. yrga. 71. IA. ll - :VIIIIIIIIIMI fffffffff ,,........,......... W 5 Wg- .ix 5 M W- f- 72 N . ' -if . A45 up VV ia ., .WVR nh X ,io ' ,Vg "1 ' A a . 'a l 5' W 4 "HU ' 4 XY P ' 1 LATIN AWARD The Eta Sigma Phi Medal was awarded for excellence in Latin to: Barbara L. Graves, Dorothy F. Hooker, and Marguerite E. Weed. FRENCH AWARD The Lafayette Medal was awarded for excellence in French. The medal comes indirectly from 'the Republic of France and is coined in the mints of France. It was provided by Elgin Post Number 57 of the American Legion and was presented by Mr. Myron M. Lehmann to Elsie Ream. DEBATING AWARDS The members of the Debating Teams who received Lions Club Medals presented by Mr. Marvin Wallis were: Affirmative team, Bruce L. Bowman, Mary Alice Helman, Marelu E.VMoore, Negative team, William E. Brady, Mariam lane Muntz, Robert W. Reid. MIRROR AWARDS Mirror pins were presented by lack Miller, First Vice-President of the Mirror Board, to the following members of the Mirror Staff: Clifford Becker, Virginia Hunt, Alyce Norris, Iohn Biedermann, Bernice Iverson, Bradley Rhoades, Katherine Byrne, Louis Kaptain, Paul Rosene, Edythe Chaddock, Irene Lathen, Wilda Rudnick, Lulu Dauel, Thomas Lawless, Beulah Salmons, Ruth Greenawalt, Arthur -Ludwig, Marguerite Weed, Frank Greenberg, Mary Iane McCarthy, Grant Wertz, Alice Hahn, Irene Metz, Marie Wolff, Erwin Holth, Marelu Moore, Velma Young, Dorothy Hooker, Miriam Newcomer. Mirror pins were presented by Principal W. L. Goble, President of the Mirror Board to lack Miller and Graham Yoder, student members of the Board. 61 'ml ,lil , . if ' QP. I ' 'Wi ' sf-' 'Ti-Q4gi"fi"'314iT 3 Q' ' '- ,gs lk at Ez 4, 2? 4 6 - v wx :f,,. Z 5 E '- ,':'.' f .Al if f of- Il F '- i H I 2 Q , Q20 .,,.. . .... . ........ ff'MS?.? A 3 929 x- 'g' ' ml q I, F ..,. : at :U A . . '03 Q 4119 ' fn.-' If au ' Jig! I -ff' 2 .. -:IL .9 . . . .lb . 'I Y-7 r "' " 'v,. f?4f js ' . . 'Si .' Q ., .. , 1.1, 5 9 4 Hman nnun fl! P 5 F. 4' .I 1 sg kd HERMAN WALSER THELMA NORMAN KATHERINE BYRNE DONALD BUTLER INDIVIDUAL AWARDS FUR OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 1922 HONOR MEDALS The Class of 1922 awards two medals to the members of each Senior Class, a boy and a girl, who are the best representatives of each class in scholarship, leadership, and athletic ability. The award is made at the Commencement exercises in Iune. From the Class of 1930, Katherine Byrne and Herman Walser received the medals. INTRAMURAL AWARDS These awards are given to promote and advance intramural sports. A boy and a girl receive them on the basis of personal contributions in leadership, sportsmanship, loyalty, and stimulation of interest in intramural activities. The awards were provided and pre- sented by Mr. E. N. 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A qw ., X.. .yr-4 .,.w,,,p, . 1 yu, -,ag 4 lu'-W-v. ' Ziff' 1101 '-'Mi M ,, ' 'f V gt ,ni .. , ' -fx-ivr' Q ff" . V- 731114 , A1 fa . ::- M .M ,,,, , ...,. t. fl ,fain . V,,.z4',-in , qi' A6' v ' H, A M "., J,Q' .-'14, fri! ,vw ,L ' . ' wt, -4 '.,,'Llf-. , j -5. 1' gil W 3. . ., ,-..... A -vii":Eg, V img ,. 1 . . -W, .. ftffsf, ' , .LJ gfwwxr ,, .,,,,, ' -, '1:,,44.fu p Li"1if'fi'fSq iiiitv f J TOJ 0. it ' -15-I mi ..,,,,, . Q,- 1 1'-,pt 'rg I?: J'-b 54. it r H,-file ww 54.1 1, Vv Y ,-30 ' UF, 4' lwt 'mu , .f lki t. 1A? 4' J1. a F . i,,,sJb4 A 'rw-Pa --"bu Q 1- A Y JJ ' ,fu . - ,W - . -vuyi -Sf-,-vw, . .N ' :.-.1 ,, ', 5, x' W . -yn-I 1 4' ' I u E I I u 1 li E y. 51 E if . iff' ll ilu L 'ff rm? its 1 In fl X, rw , , Y v-fl , A as I 5 , V t n x Y umm El Q f HJ , . ,, L 'ti x N ilu.. N G Standing: C. li. Adams, Athletic Director. Football and Basketball Coachg li. G. Schultz, Lightweight and Track Coach: W. I.. Goble, Principal. Seated: T. A. Larsen, President: Theodore Saam, Superin- ATI-ILETIC BOARD OF CCDNTROI. The main purpose of the Athletic Board of Control is to supervise the interscholastic sports of Elgin High School. lt, with the other Boards of the Big Six, arranges the football and basketball schedules for the year. lt also has the power of saying who are to get "Hs" in football, basketball, track. and tennis. The other duties of this board are to take care of all finances connected with outdoor sports, interscholastic sports. On this board there are six men who are the best qualihed for this job. First is Mr. Saam, the superin- tendent of our school, who is new to his job and to us, but he will soon lit into the harness. Next are Mr. Larsen and Mr. Goble, two men who take great interest in athletics. Mr. Larsen is President of the board, with Mr. Goble acting in his absence. The Secretary- Treasurer is Mr. Miller who handles the linances of the Board. 63 Q3 Nc af I W XNXXNRXK I1'l'l'n'n1 A mis. gllg 2 x x X I x .nA . ..AX ,ds x Ni .,...... .... ....,..,r, EH... 5 V z w R s 4. A is ' N N, E3'Q',. 'Q .. 'll' ? if Fr, i ii' inni ' ' ' xft .ill N , .1 4, A 7 a -png 5 NN wq . A nl, 4 O J C. ADAMS E. G. ScHUL'rz J. KRAFFT M. MEYERS W. E. MCBRIDE COACHES We have this year a really wonderful set of coaches. Along with knowing athletics thoroughly, they are 'the type of men the boys respect and listen to. Besides imparting athletic knowledge, they have created an atmosphere of clean sportsmanship and fair play. CLIFTON E. ADAMS When Mr. Wilson left E. H. S., "Cliff" Adams was called upon to take over the duties connected with the major teams. He is well-liked by all the students and is a striking example to his teams. As for coaching, he-'Kknows his oatsf' EMIL G. SCHULTZ "Heinie', Schultz ably filled the position left vacant by Mr. Adams as lightweight football, basketball, and track coach. His football team won the "Big 6," and his basket- ball team was also successful. He has implanted himself in the heart of every student because of his cheerfulness and his ability to work with boys. I O H N K R A F F T r Mr. Kraift has continued his work as an able assistant to Mr. Adams again this year. To him also goes much credit for the success of the teams. MYRON MEYERS As Mr. Krafft's successor this year, Mr. Meyers built up the 'KBee', teams, which have been a big factor in the success of the lightweight teams. W. E. M C B RID E ' 'LMac" had charge of intramural sports, and under him they have been fully carried out. He is responsible for the full participation in these sports by almost all students. After his departure in March Mr. Renner took over this work and continued it to a successful close. 64 E ., ' ' "gn FOOTBALL -.,.ff....x11 , . , Eg 1 1 , 'X 'li-. f 1 i gf iz 6 , in 4- mums 1505 - 51135 , 1 15 -Ska mn , , , ,,,....... -lv" ,S ll v 0 KIIBZQ 9 U Back Row: Ass't Coach Krafft, C. Kerestesi, L. Fuller, W. Olhaber, K. Shaw, F. Olson, Co-Capt. P. Born, R. Voights, Coach Adams. 2nd Row: G. Huerk, R, Estergard, Co-Capt. I. Walker, I. Hain, O. Matteson, C. Stanford, G. Kern, VV. Skoning, R. Levey. Front Row: D. Powell, XV. Treece, R. Larson, R. Sterricker. F. Nottolini, R. Cahill, S. Erdman, F. Meuser. I-lEAVYWElGl-lT FOOTBALL STANDINGS W. L. T. Pct. Rockford ,,... .,,,. 5 0 0 1.000 E. Aurora ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 2 0 .667 Elgin ........., ..,,.. 2 2 1 .Soir Ioliet ,,,,,,,.r.,., ,.r,.. 2 2 1 .500 W. Aurora ,,,,,, ,..,,. 1 4 O .200 Freeport ,,,, ,,,.,, 0 5 0 .000 For the past three years the heavyweight squad has turned out championship teams, but this year they gave up their standing after losing three games out of nine and tying one. Iust because we did not cop the championship of the "Big 6" does not mean that our team did not turn out good players. Paul Born, co-captain of heayyweights, made All-Conference along with F. Nottolini, captain-elect for 1931. I. VValker, the other co-captain, was chosen for the second All-Conference team. Stan Erdman and Ray Cahill both got honorable mention on the All-Conference. Our first streak of bad luck came in the LaSalle-Peru game on September 20, when they beat us 7-6. Nevertheless, this streak seemed to be only temporary, when Carl Schurz arrived on September 27 and received the had end of a 13-6 score, Our good playing seemed permanent when we met VVest Aurora and handed them a beating, 20-12. On October 10 we played Rockford, but lost by a hard- fought battle, 26-6. The liast Aurorians were our next opponents, on October 10, Winning 14-7, after Flgin played the best game they had played the entire season. We tied Ioliet 12-12, but beat Freeport 59-6. Because of the fact that McKinley of Chicago and the Elgin Academy thought we had poor teams, they scheduled a game with us. McKinley lost by a score of 55-12, while the Academy was out-scored 15-10. A new type of football performance was introduced this year with much success: it is commonly called "night football." Huge lights are installed on telephone poles for flooding the Held with light, and they produce enough light so that the whole field as well as the air above is as light as day. This type of lighting a football field for night football will undoubtedly be used next fall with the same success. 66 F-15 , i V . t " 2 Q' ' I ,l . 'sr' ' if ,Mi Tx , eff Q Y Mall Mihai'-0' Q' " , 'wi f .. 1 nw! ' - ' .X "W-Q.. Q Ll , ' A. 1 - Ig Top Row: Coach Schultz, N. Kienlen, A. Johnson, Ii. Pfister, IJ. llorn, R. Andresen, I. Howell, I. Gostelle, L. lilakesley, M. Phillips, C. Sperry, R. Mailler, VV. Gilloman, Asst, Coach Meyers. 2nd Row: V. Carlson, H. Hansen, li. Keeker, li. Cahill, R. Cain, G. Becker, H. Gehhart, H. Folkman, K. Koehler, R. Smith, P. Wimpleherg. Front Row: W. Hoffman, M. Silagy, G. Muntx, R. Miller, H. Morrison, Capt. R. Pilclier, R. Romeis, VV, Iacohs, F. Rees, li. Marquis. LIGHTWEIGI-IT FCDGTBALL VV. T.. T. Pct. Elgin ... 5 0 0 l.000 IC. Aurora . ..... .-l l 0 .800 loliet .... . .. .5 2 0 .600 Rockford .. . . .2 5 0 .400 Freeport . .... .,,, , l 5 0 .Zio VV. Aurora ................ ..... ................. ............ l l 5 0 .000 Again the li. H. S. lightweight football team heads the Conference as it has done for the past three years. This scrappy team rolled up l'50 points to their opponents' 25, a record to he proud of. The team's success was due to the wonderful, never-say-die spirit of the players and to the coach. "Heinie" Schultz deserves a great deal of credit for the success of the team. Aside from the fact that this was his first year at li. H. S., through his everlasting energy and ability he won the respect of every player and turned out a team that will not he soon forgotten. Also in "Hob" Pilcher the ponies had as scrapping and able a captain as was seen anywhere. He was always cool and had the team's welfare at heart. "Pilch" was selected on the All-Conference team. Along with Pilcher, "Hob" Romeis. Gebhart, Folkman, and R. Smith were also placed on the All-Conference team. In the first game, the green Elgin team defeated LaSalle-Peru, 6-0, Against Carl Schurz's heavy team. the lights hit their stride and turned the invaders hack to the Iune of 26-0. The first Conference game with West Aurora proved to be a walk-away for the Maroonettes, or they outplayed the downriver boys in every department of the game. The final score was 50-0. The game at Rockford was the most thrilling of the season on account of its long runs. VVitli the vicious blocking and tackling and the clever open-field running, the lilginites again came home the victors, 20-0. Iiast Aurora's offensive machine was nearly a match for the fighting lights, but hy turning loose their smashing offense, lilgin was able to win, 26-li. The hitterest fought contest of the season was with Ioliet. lt was not until the second half that by redouhled efforts, the Maroon and Cream warriors were able to down the Prison City boys, l-l-0. The final game of the year was a close hard game, but the Freeport teami could not stand the D 1 :- 1. battering attack of the lonies, and were defeated IU-IZ. 67 T' i Gwinn QQ If Q X Q Q mn 1 ' wrt mn fl CAHILL Qvazfierbaeh CAP? BORN End GUN! E I-IEAVIES OLS EN Hahnbach, BAIN Haffbacb. .A . ,.,. L-1 I M., ,.,,.,,.,1 LJ ...K . P A'45?W 'w wwf: mg w ff Q 5 ,. K., I' kkyil 3 . W' Sl CAP! WALKER Cenicr TREECE Fu Il barb. MATTESON STANFORD E nd w - Suas-d faasr Toucunowm Aemmsr cfm souunz KERESTESI SHAW Tack Center' I-IEAVIES LARSEN End FULLER Center- uncanny W N N lllx XT .ri ,TWT xx Q ww l fJ . 'A Q , mx gvgtm M Kr f ., mm Emp 1 mam N, 6 wg . . 'VA xi' HW" ' if . "' ,s k - 3 LIGHTS "LEN"BLAKESLE Y, FUI! Back .NH 1 l , ...M Y YNH-iffy!-Q ffl my M I :WU Lf f -wg EXE Yirfm ,3 3 3 nf V9 x,fI ,qlr "ff D xw 9 x U 9 "PAUL!E" vvzmmeeeae, End 'uUHNNv"Howea.L 'HUWIEUFULKMAN , FUN Bach Canter ' 4 'HYNlE'MIIfifil8DN ,. , " " Hagfbaeh FRY t5M!TH Tackle, GEF GEQEQE Hall!-...-L. L Guard LIGI-ITS 71 wuuwf 'z 21 I li A' 1, 'f t i - q. K 1 . My 2 ' ,a 1 i T32 41" t 1 1 -E Q.. ' ff! ' I. A -iq' ITL, .- ir, fly? vt ' 2-2 Q, ' "2" L, -: ra r i-. ia. . ig . ,M M, ll x '9iw:m',f, T' lil . f 1A1.:.111r' I ,ego , , ,...Q.wf ' 54' 'N . it . X er, Qmrif C ,f l ff? J fn 1 I V X . 'I 'i .Q X Upper Group- Hack Row: Ass't Coach Krarft, R. Estergard, A. Durkee, A. Voights, VV. Olhaber, Backrans, A. Anderson, P. Kaptain, ll. Harrier. Front Row: D. Powell. R. Sterricker, G. Therien, F. Meuser, XV. Skoning. R. l.evey. ll. Tilche, Reed, K. Akin, V. Kumburg. Lower Group- 'llop Row: II. Reason, Ii. YVbalen, M. Webster, I. XVarren, A. lensen, C. Richmond, H. Cutter, Il. Schultz, li. Getseli. Il. Morrison, li. Tillery, Coach Myers. Bottom Row: P. Larson, li. Ballard. 13. Kienlen, M. Breen, I. Tobin, ll. Born, O. Webb, W. Pierce, NV. Cordogian, R. Spear. "B" HEAVYXVEIGHT FOOTBALL l.ast year a new program was arranged in football so that the boys who did not make the "A" team would be given a chance to play, thus building them up for the interscholastic team next year. This program was continued this year with much success because of the experience gained. The schedule included games with Harvard, Sterling Nlorton, and NVoodstock. "IS" LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL The "H" team system of football was also introduced into the lightweight team with the same success as with the hearyweights. Although a definite schedule was not arranged for the games, there were a large number played. There is no letter given to the members of the "B" team, but the experience gained is ot great value tor the next year. 72 BASKETBALL J -Wm -.7 -7 7 - .A ' N l Y 7,4 ig --H . gr-9-ff...1Q5-D in-i .. l fig?" fl . itil rx ll . 6 ,ll l Ya ix. l? 1 Back Row: C. Bazos, R. Anderson. I. Rasmussen, P. Horn, L. Fuller. F. Olson. C. Kerestesi, Coach Atlams. Front Row: l.. lilakeslv, R. Sterricker, li. Hell, NValker, Capt. R. Smith, K. Koehler. S. lirtlman, U. Becker. I-IEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL VV. l,. Pct. lilgin ........ ....... X 2 .800 Rockfortl ..... .6 -l .600 Freeport . ....... 6 4 .600 loliet ........ .. .... el 6 .400 XY, Aurora . N5 7 .500 lf. .-Xurora ................... ...... . .................... 5 7 .500 Once again the lilgin Maroons have fought to the top and have come out victorious. Not only tloes our school put forth the best team in the Big Six, lnlt also some of the hest men in the conference. Those who acquiretl conference herths were: Rav Smith, All-Conference, First team: VValker antl Koehler, secontl team: liorn .intl Rasmussen, honorable mention. We also have another recortl holtler in the Captain, Rav Smith, who was the conlerence leatling scorer, attaining this honor with 49 fieltl goals antl 20 free throws, with a total of H8 points. The season had a hail start when linglewoorl came here antl hantletl us the short entl of a 211-211 score. Next, Crystal Lake tlroppetl in on us, antl again we took a tlefeat of 32-Sl. XVith a little vim antl vigor atltletl luv Coach Atlams, the Maroons met Harxarcl in a fast, snappy game antl were victors of a 5.5-l-l score. Maybe the victorv of the Harxarcl game was too much for us, because the next game with lfreeiiort was a 22-10 licking. The Maroons now startetl playing basketball with a tletermination over which no team eoultl win. Lintllilom was up lielore our Grim Reaper Five antl was inowetl clown hy a 27-26 seore. Like Lintlhlom, YVest Aurora was also tossetl .isitle luv a 20-lu vertlict. Rockfortl was the next one of the conference: so we took them with a 35-lo final. It was now the lfast Aurorians' chance to tri' to knock lilgin out of the running for the Chainpionship: hut, like the others, they receivetl an l8-l5 score chalketl against them. Our next opponent was the Prison city team, who playetl on their own floor, hut they were tlealt out a 26-l-l heating. The next two games of Freeport antl West .Xurora were ones that gave the people their monev's worth, with scores of 50-24 antl 55-20. The next game was a heart breaker to many Elgin fans, the one with Rockfortl, which was lost heeause of a sleeper play making the score 2-l-25. Our luck returnetl, however, in the last two games with East Aurora antl Ioliet, when we came through with 26-19 ancl 37-27 victories respectively. Thus we emergetl champions of the Big Six. Iilgin was alile to play two games in the district tournament: the first arlversary, VVheaton, was tlownetl hy 42-I7: hut Elgin went clown in tleleat untler St. Charles in the next rountl hy a 27-22 score. 74 Q -W, I.. 'Jw I x --I , . 1 V A. f I MM tr -I' Q A ' E57 X Igfjl I V f Y S ' l II.UI7 Row: M. KltI'I1NlL'II1, I'. Sukt+tIl', II. Iliistt-r, XV.Mllrw1l. Cullfll SchuItf, NV. MiIItlr. R. Rtxlllt-lm, R. Cahill, litvttmll Row: S. II.ll1WLIl'I, W. lllutllvs. R. I'iIcIlt-r. ftlltil. P. Willlltlt-ht-rg, R. Millt-r, If., Cllhill, N, Kit-lllt-ll. LIGI-ITWEIGI-IT BASKETBALL XV. I.. I'ct. RtltItIIlwl'tI P4 2 .HIIII I'iIgII1 7 9 .TIM ltlIlt'I fm -I .NNI Ia. ,"XlllAtll'.l HI tl .hilt VY. .'XlII'HI'1l S T .SIIH I"I'l'L'INHI'I , , 2 3 .ZIIII JXIIIIUIIIQII tht- IIAQIHN tIltI not will tht' ttll1It'l'L'I1CL' CILIIIIPIIIIINIIIIW, lt ulllItI not Ilt- NLIIII thllt tht-t tIltI Iltlt h.lxt- ll SllULL'NsIllI xt-glmn. Nu tt-.llll in IIIL' CtlI1I't'I'L'IlCLX I1L'1ll tht- IIIQIII tt-lllll lllttrt- th.lll tllltt-, gltltl tlllly Illlll' tt-llllls III tht- whtmlt- Nt-.lwll Il.ltI tht- Ilnllnl' lst lllllklllg IZIIQIII tqlktz tht- slim-t t-lltI UI tht- sctlrt: twin nt thtwt- ht-ing wilt- point :It-tlxlullx. I'.lllI Nhillpltllt-rg mls cxllltlllll lllltl tlrtlvt-:I tu ht- Ll xumtlt-rtllI It-lltIt-l' .ls wt'II .ls Ll hilt' lwhlxt-r. It was hit Imxkt-t ill tht- Ixlst thirty SCUIIIKIK UI' tlI.ll IIIIII ht-llt tht- Rnukinrtl CtlllI't-l't-llt't- t'Ii4llllps. IIt- hqltl tht- Iluntvr UI' IYL'Il14Q pickt-tI un tIlt- LIII-Ull1IL'l'L'llCt' tt-lllll LIIIIIIQ with "I'inkv" Cllhill. 'lhtl first IiUIlI't'I'L'IICL' Qtllltt' with Ifrtlt-port w.ls tl uImt'It' llllltcIlt-tI glllllt-, IWIII tht- IX-I.lrtltlllt'ttt-N xIltiwt-tI tht-ll' NllItL'I'lllI'lIX LIINI c.llllt- htvlllt- tht- XYII'lIllII'N. 22-I . Iht- nt-Xt g.llllt- wgls with lttltktwrll, tllltI lt punt-tI tu ht- tIlt- Illlrtlt-st IHIIQIII ggllllt- UI tht- tt-gll: .Kitt-l' glll L'LlI'Ij It-gltI IZIAQIII sltnvt-tI KIHXVI1. :llltI tht- Rllhh-ts IR'1ll'IX IllI'I1t'tI tIlt- t.lIlIt-s, Iht- wort- w.ls 25-2-I ill HIII' I'1lWDl'. XXI-xt .Xlll'ul'.l IUlII'llL'fL'tI hurt- only tt: t.lstt- tlt-It-.lt ttl tht- ltlllt- tit 9-I-IS. 'Iht N.llI tlglrt tml' IIIIN 4L11lllIL' XXLIN thzlt I'I'X'II1 Iit-tk:-l', st.lr Itmrw.ll'tI. hrtlkt- hu It-g. 'Ihix wt-.lkt-llt-tI tht- tt-gllll. Iltlt II 1lIKtt gmt- thtlll strlllt-tllillg tu fight fur. 'Iht- lit-xt wt-tlk with il llt-lv t'tnllIlill.ltitl1l tht- lllillmw tIt-It-.ltt-:I I-',.lNt txllftbfll 22-III. 'I'ht- Iirxt fIttl1IvL'I'L'I1iL' ggllllt- In ht' Im! wgu tlI.lyt'tI .lt Itllit-t. 'Iht- Izlglll lL'1llIl. XYL'.lIit'IlltI Ill' mhlx LlIllI tht- IILI, wt-it Im! ull tht- IQIVQQL' Itiht-t IIuul'. lII1llI tht- NL't'tJlltI ttxllll txllllt- lil .llltl tlI.llt-tI I'i'.lI Il1lxkt'th.lII. Iigllliilg tu lll.lI4t- up tIlt- It-qltI hy -nic puillt. Sturt- 2125. 'I'Ilis t-lltIt-tI tht- Illwt rtlllntl. with I-.I-:lil .llllI Itlht-t tlt-aI Itlr tht- It-lltI. Iht- fxlgllwmll 4llltI c,I't'Llll1 hghts llgtllll tIt-It-gltt-tI l'l't-t-lltwt, IIIIN tllllt- .lt hmllt-. Il-22. IIlt- llt'xt g.llllt- was .l slow, tlllllltt-rt-stlllg 4Q.ll11l' pI1ltt'tI .lt XV. .Xllrtll'1l. I'.It1lIl l'L'IllI'I1t'lI xlcttlrltllls, 25-IW, 'I'ht- ptltwtwt .Q.llllL' uf lllt- yt-ill' lvlls llI4lxt-tI .lt RtltkI'tll'lI. 'I'ht- tl'1ltIitiull1lI xtlirit .llltI pt-p it-git .lhst-nt, 4llltI Rt1tItIttl'tI ctlglstt-tI to lln IH-49 xictrlry. 'Iht- llt-Xt lvt-t-Ii, tht- tt-gllll still ill thix '7 SIIHIIIV, IIIL' grt-gltt-xt llpxt-t txt tht- st-.lmll uctllrrt-tI wht-n Ii. .Xllrtmril tIL'I'L'AlIt'tI IZIQIII -Pl-24. 'I'ht- Iqlst Qtllllt' lit tht- xt-nlr sIluwt-tI thllt tht- I.Ij.1I1I'wAlQ1llI1 XVCFL' in Inrm LIINI hlltI tht- uItI pt-ll Inltk, itll' tht-3 I'UllIL'tI Itllit-t tllltlt-r tl stt-tlth' h.ll'l'.lgt' ui tbtlllllxi tht- tllltll xctlrt- was v2-Ib. thlls t'lllIlllt.l tIlt- mtxlstnll ill gflxlll atyIt-. A grt-glt tIt-.lI ni t'rt-tIit Illllkl lat- gixt-ll ttl Cugldl SQIILIIU. tor, llIthtrtlt.1Il Ilt- XVLIS ntlw ht-rc AlI1lI thix wits his Iirst lt-.lr .ls Ilglltwt-igllt h.lsItt'thglII cu.lt-Il, Ilt- llII'I1t'lI tlllt Ll llllghlj' tint- ICAIII1 .llltI st'l .l gtmtI CXLIIIIIUIL' Iur tIlt- htm to full: IVV . 75 - Y QI 1,.:!.f..5.lfF 1 '-'f vii i nu, rg Q i 5 mm En: T umu 3 ' .,, N ga , 1 5 mn x- ' cAP'11 SMITH ' E! KOEHLER ,G,,, - GUARD PQRWARD RASMUSBN ff? x. lf, A V R . ik ' 5,1 i 1755: BE OLSON- CENTER? BAZOS -FORWARD LL-FORWARD EBDMAN-FORWARD I-4 E AVI E S 76 WALKER GUARD B ORN 'FORWORD ,Q?"- 7' 3' N . R Qi . n un PILCHER -FORWARD PFISTER- C ENTER 5 N. ECAHLLL-GUARD Q ,- i V .K X E, g 4 ' i WMILLHR-PQRWARD. RAQAHILL ' 95 JACOBS-GUARD ROMEJS-FORWARD , ' .LIL :LIDILQI Q ,.... A Z A , f ' -' WA mm, If T aff. f ,A ,f 1 A , f fan-W" af -I Q W5 Ati 5 "Mu 1 Axg n' 1 P ' I 1 4 Konnsmam CAVYVVYMPET-BERG ,SOKODY CENTER 'I ' FORWARD RE ,af 'GMX Him RMILLER GUARD LIGHTS X 3'4Q:N fm ill' nun M5 'l i ll' L A AVF K K . Fm, Ea, wg. Vl' F755. . 1 "Fl ' A Q -If' A hx v l lf? Upper Group- Hack Row: ll. Kellmann. F.. Kent, I. Howell, Ass't Coach Krafft, E. Kelly, NV. Skoning, I. Austin. Front Row: Il. Ilumbracht, R. Boyer, W. Marson, R. Levey, A. Iensen, G. Webb. Lower Group- Tup Row: R. Andresen, IJ. Salisbury, ll. lialdwin, E. Getsch, V. Carlson, Coach Myers. Bottom Row: VV. Cordogan, E. Orfner. ll. Born, C. Ilall, E. Ballard, P. Larson. "B" I-IEAVYVVEIGHT BASKETBALL The Basketball "B" teams seemed to be more of a success than the "H" football teams because of the attendance at their games. Although they did not play the brand of ball that the team eaptained by Ray Smith played, they made a good enough showing to put money in the school treasury. The games were scheduled with the smaller towns around Elgin such as Genoa and Vkfoodstocli. "B" LIGI-ITWEIGHT BASKETBALL The lightweight "IS" team this year was composed almost entirely of midgets. Regardless ol' size, our team played good ball and will lose some ot its players when they go over to take the berths ol graduate men on the hrst team. 78 1 W -.1.Q. ' .ww aw? Mk.. . A I Q Vf.m-v..-WH., W ,J . 1 ,, ' , - . I. xi 4- .- .- ,- '. ' - 'w n ,- . ,. . A w ' 4,,... .. . . .aw .- . .,f,.. ,, ,, .,, , ,... ww ,. . ,. ,,., . ,, 4... .. -4, 4 v -f 1 5 .' ' ' -4 A 1 -Q - 1 vw , M ww ,, , G m TRACK e .U . M1 Qs fl .- 5 .QE Z 4 ff -, ug 1 ,, .5 I 9 , I 1:5 A - J is -3253 K., mf, Q A 33 V . u HQ! ,W 'w 4 far lf: . . 4 X1 if f fi ,, -4 F55 W: .wg M3 .X-.Q ww 5 ..,, - 1 MQ, A f ,lp I :Eg ,HE Q45 f -QL. ,ff K ARK R XXXW "HWY", PQ' Nix um sh i xg F . tml mn yllx I, '5 .--M145 1 Emu' X rf 'Z' , 1 5 . SM", ,,, 94 I ki.. 5 U - 1 ,f"lU If an Q 4 Wi 5 -I Standing: D. Powell, R. Romeis, D. Austin, K. Ramsey, G. Beierke, G. Rauschenberger, R. Anderson, L. Fuller, Coach Schultz, E. Clagg, G. Muntz, I. Thissell, W. Miller, H. Tilche, R. Larson. Center: P. Wimpelberg, W. Orbison, I. Gostelle, R. Hayward, R. Heine, C. Peters, A. Baumruck, I. Walker, L. Carlson, C. Kerestesi, C. Richmann, C. Hill, E. Rauschenberger. Front Row: V. Carlson, P. Larson, E. Marquis, R. Miller, I. Timm, I. Kanies, A. Hebeisen, L. Rifkin, H. Morrison, R. Mailler, H. Schultz. TRACK TEAM The prospects for a very successful track season are evident. In the past few seasons the track team's record as a whole has not been very remarkable, but this season is viewed as one in which the E. H. S. squad will again bring home cups, shields, and trophies. Returning to don the spikes is a group of letter- men who are sure to capture places in the meets. Heading this list is Captain Woody Miller. "Rajah" last year took places in all the important meets and will in this coming season prove to be one of the best milers in this state. A two-year letterman, Bob Romeis, holds the Kane County, Sectional, and Elmhurst College relay records in the pole vault, and it is expected that he will continue his good work this year. Powell and Tilche, sprint men, are sure to earn some points for the team in the dash and relay, as is Iimmy Walker, outstanding weight man. Another gleam of hope has been produced by the fact that Don Austin, Big Six Conference 220 champion in his sophomore year, is returning to the squad. He is certain to prove a great help and point-getter for the Maroon and Cream Tracksters. Besides these six returning lettermen there is also a group of squad members from last year who will this year undoubtedly become place-winners. Among these are: Ernie and Glen Rauschenberger, distance runnersg Heine, high jump, Larsen, milerg Iohnston, middle distances runner, Peters, half-mile, and Anderson, pole vault. Elgin is fortunate this year in having two of the largest meets of the year at Elgin. The Kane County and the Big Six will be held on the Elgin grounds. This is another thing that should help the Elgin track team to become victorious. On account of the returning lettermen and squad members, the place of the most important meets, and the promising crop of new material, Elgin High may look for a favorable track season. 80 I H.. 7 Q Q6 Lx f ' ' mfhhm- gf ll Q5 MEN XXX W" E F? it l K Q x 'a Ai? - - ee? hgfrmwn fx Inllll' X- , 1 , Q4 4 P 5: ll l well, R. Romcis, D. Austin, Coach Schultz, I. Walker, W. Miller, ll. Tilche. TRACK SCHEDULE Clndoorj March 21-Big Six at North Central College Field House- Naperville. April 3-4-Oak Park Invitational at Oak Park Field House. fOutdoorj April 18-Glenbard at Maroon Field. April 25-To be Filled. May 2- May 9- May 16 May 23- May 30- Kane County Meet at Elgin. District Meet fplace Fixed later, -State Finals at Champaign. Big Six Meet at Elgin. North Central Invitational at Naperville. 81 l X in lk MXN Q XXXXKKWXW 111'l1111'l lgll RQ Q 0 un x Ag HHH! umm W! . .4 .AE L -5 nan-gang 5 -,mu I 2 l 3 fl I .- - I NL . v . T X .1 I I - e mm i N: ' Q' T5 - EEZ. y T ,gli X wif ' 'l T I 'O' N ' X . . ' l vw' R ., To ,Q 5 N 9, :r SJR!! - rx 2 0 Tl-TE DISTRICT MEET 1930 1. Romeis Pole Vaulting. 2. Wheaton Winning Relay. 3. Aurora Man Over the Top. 4. Lawless Broad jumping. 5. "Woody" Miller on Home Stretch. 6. First Lap, Half Mile. 82 I""4"1 , i I . J Wt J., M f.fdavM' A " . 5 :Wa mn V A. - VWTV1 .. ' V fx "Wah is 1930 TENNIS TEAM C. Stahl, I. Iicialvrmunn, A. Llcglur, Ia. Luc-5411-l'. 1931 TENNIS SQUAD III 71141 Row: I.. Rifkin, VV. Iirguly, Il. Ixgxulm, R. Rcirl, E. Zicglcr. Front Row: Ii Marks, G, Nvclvlx, A. cglcr, I. Cuughlns, I. Miller. 85 ck Ruw: II. Ilumlvrucht, Ii. Ackcmnnn, W. Hnihlc, IJ. Scigcr, G. l.imIucrfcr, I. Ullmlwr, I.. Ilnrris. 'I' H Ii T Ii N N I S C I. U I3 I p Row: I. IIIILIIWLV. lx. lf.1rIwn. I'. Sfigrr, R. Kmumr, XY. McISrIIIr. MNIIIII Rmvi CI. WrI1Iv, nk. I.. II.lI'I'Ix. II. II.1x, Iiultvmm Rmv: II. Ig1fuIvwn. I.. XV1Iwn, If. 5I.1x'Iw. I. IXI1IIn'r. I.. Sclllw 'I' H Ii R I F I. Ii C I. U IS I p Rfm: W. YXIcI5rnIr. I. Ilunl. Ii. Iicm. R. RQIIU, Cl. IIwII1mnI. II. IiIm4Ivr. MIIIIIIQ- Rmv: lf.. Ifglnr N IVn'l'Ixe. R. Ilugrvlc. C, 'I'.1xI1-r. Il. IIHQIIIIIILIH. Iiutlmn Rmv: R. CIICITIIN, W. IIFIIIIIICN. II. II.u't4Il I I'11uI1.mI. In NLXII. R. II.IXYIIlllI'IIl'. W I f-r ....L..L . . f"' T iw 'K wil IEEE Q' V H u 1 Q MQ 'J -I , .- ,.. , A .Wh JRBASKETBALL W P CHAMPS 0 3 Toy Row TE! E. AFFELD , T H. BRUHMNT' P C. BAZ05 V Bo'HomRow I. asmaaulr 3. BANWARTQ, R. ANDERSON 5 Q I FRESHNAN T ' 4 T CHAMPS Top R.'W H. MAcooNouaH E. EVRICKSON RMENGSTROM 5a'HnmB.eM1 H. BELLOW3 H. FOHEY L.. GRUPE IINITRAMURAI. SPORTS BASKETBALL The intramural basketball tournament was won by the junior and freshman teams. This sport gives those boys who are not able to make either the varsity or the "B" squads a chance to show their ability and gives them real enjoyment and exercise. This is the intramural sport which stands highest in a boy's esteem and also attracts the most boys. 85 Nt Q l1l'l'll'lII sill E HH N t s! fllx Q47 .4 .di X ' Wi lnnnnnnng E gn:-.' rf i K B' I 5' ' its "- in Q umm igihl - wi Q - is 'Hmmm SV., U' Q Hill' I' " s' f 'I I 4, W 4 9 HOCKEY ' Hockey, like skating, has developed a keen competition between various groups of students and has furnished pleasure for a great many young men and women. BOXING AND WRESTLING This new sport was introduced this year by the coach and proved to be well liked by those who indulged in it. SKATING The skating season this year was remarkably successful due to the earnest participation of many boys and girls. This success may also be attributed to the interest of Mr. McBride. 86 xr '- of jufa gf , 7011 ! WIHIIIIHA l1I'l'I'l'l"'l 14 1 V nn n X!! all-. All 'lglllt.ll.llM.l E l,,..,gf 1 'AY 3 N ?" 'I' A if M 7 mm .fy 1 """ Q Q , if - Ex iyptu 'z 2 ug' n Q' 'W E S W I M M I N G Swimming has been carried on quite largely by a number of boys in school, but only lately has this sport been taken up in intramural. No doubt in future years fwhen E. H. S. gets a swimming poolj this will become an interscholastic sport. B A S E B A L L As baseball is not an interscholastic sport, those boys who are fond of this sort of recreation get their chance to play through intramural. G O L F There has always been a large number of students interested in golf, but it has been only in recent years that such a keen interest has been displayed. 87 5--4 3 . ill' Q rg . qi 3, Q SSE Wil? "' ' I W , . it-aa, H, 4- . 5 "" n In .1 ill' 3 A S' . 'li N S. 6,60 5 Back Row: H. Samson, I. Levy, L. Fuller, I. Rasmusen, E. Clagg, K. Anderson, H. Humbracht, P. Backus, H. Baldwin. Fifth Row: Mr. Adams, L. Anderson, G. Buerk, C. Richmond, R. Sterrickcr, P. Read, T. Keane, N. Koshnick, W. Olhabcr, F. Olson, W. Skoning, R. Estergard, W. Brophy, F. Meuser, D. Powell, W. Gannon, R. Cahill, W. Treece, Mr. Schultz. Fourth Row: I. Monteith, D. Miller, I. McMahon, O. Matteson, M. Phillips, WV. Giloman, I. Howell, R. McTavish. Third Row: G. Muntz, I. Warren, F. Sorn, A. Ziegler, B. Hanson, P. Sokody, R. Andrcsen, P. Wimpleberg, R. Smith, L. Blakesley, R. Larsen, H. Schultz, C. Bazos, G. Becker, C. Kerestesi, D. Born, B. Ptister, Mr. Meyers. Second Row: F. Nottolini, I. Gostelle, R. Spear, S. Erdman, I. XValker, D. Salisbury, K. Shaw, R. Cain, H. Gebhart, I. H. Morrison, F. Recse, V. Carlson, H. Tilche, E. Cahill, E. Tillery, C. Stanford, Mr. Krafft. Front Row: G. Therien, R. Stcttner, L. Wilson, P. Larson, W. Hoffman, D. Kienlen, G. O'Connor, W. Iacobs, R. Miller, G. Webb, I. Coughlos, A. Anselman, N. Kienlen, W. Cordigan, M. Breen, H. G. Morrison, E. Ballard, Mr. McBride. Tl-IE MARCDON 'ATHLETIC CLUB President Fred Nottolini Vice-President Woodrow Miller Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Krafft Advisers Mr. Adams, Mr. Schultz In this club are boys who have participated in some form of interscholastic sports. This is the fourth year that the club has been in operation. Originally only boys who had earned their letter belonged, but that has been changed as more and more boys came out for sports. All boys who have been out for a sport for one season are now eligible for membership. The object of the club is "to help foster the Athletic interests of Elgin High School by creating and increasing student participation in interscholastic athletics by encouraging boys to become members of teamsaor squads representing the High School in sportsf, At the meetings, which come once a month, talks were given by the coaches on subjects of sportsmanship and training. A talk by Mr. Kirkland of the Board of Educa- tion was enjoyed by all the members. Moving pictures of winter sports were enjoyed just before Christmas by the Maroon Athletic Club and Girls Athletic Association. In March the club had its initiation of new members, fifty boys were eligible and be- came initiated. Iames Bain was chairman of the initiating committee, with H. Folkman, P. Born, L. Blakesley, R. Smith, assisting him. After a strenuous initiation, boxing and wrestling were enjoyed by the members. 88 I GIRLS ATHLETICS lux MR IXXXXXXXRXXV l1'l'11'l'in'l rj HHH! umm N ll ,. .Ss - l . ....A...u....J W ff- W ,Q Q an ,. .. Sf' R apx ' ' n wr f ii ft, , -' YF 9 I w ' X is ' A 'X x xg" .f Q ,N A A . 5, ii""'q .u ,5 H U x S Q A , MISS LOGAN MISS KETTERING GIRLS ATHLETICS The girls physical education department plays a large part in the school life of the girls. It is directed, and the various activities coached, by Miss Logan and Miss Kettering. All of their time after school is spent at the field supervising the many sports. Chief among these is hockey. There is a team from each class, and a tournament is held at the end of each season. This year the contest ended in a tie between the Iuniors and Seniors. Tennis is another sport in which many engage, the four tennis courts at the field being in constant use. A ladder tournament is held every yearg in this anyone is allowed to challenge any person above her in her own division. One of the main delights of the girls is archery. Complete equipment is kept at the field house, and any fair day will find a group of girls "arching," When the weather is too ,cold for practice at the field, those who are proficient in the art may practice in the basement of the High School. Another sport for which a large crowd turns out is golf. Under very efficient managership a tour- nament was conducted on the Wing Park links this year. A keener interest than ever before was shown in baseball this year. Many hard fought battles were played at Maroon Field. Croquet and horseshoes, though minor sports, are offered. Many girls eagerly use this privilege, spending happy afternoons at the Held. Basketball is a major winter sport, with an opportunity for all the girls in school to participate. There are class teams, club teams, teams from the various home rooms, teams from the gym classes, and independent teams. A Telegraphic Basket-shooting Contest was held in March, 19305 in this Elgin won first in the district and second in the state. An exciting winter sport is ice hockey. Two teams played at Lord's Park every Wednesday afternoon. Bowling, a winter sport, has grown rapidly in popularity. The girls use the Schneider alleys. Volleyball, a spring sport, is always greeted with enthusiasm, which is shown by the large turn-out. Only a very few are eligible for the "E" awards. In order to win an "E" the girls have to participate in the major sports and in this way gain points. Three sizes of "E's" are presented according to the girl's efforts and abilityg the minor "E," the intermediate "E," and the major HE." The State Pin is another award to treasure, for it is received only after hard work is spent in passing the state tests. Even the girls who have no interest in athletics take part in the department program. Numerous informal times are held at the field house after school. In this way associations are made which arc exceedingly helpful. V 90 Vx! gl' 'LX f ff . X- 345' Vi Aixam li .L pr' mfflcxlg. afffff s xp IH Ci. A. A. OlflflClCRS lop: L. Seyuiour, Nl. lirittoii, l,t-nur: M. Rovelstqul. L. lliihne, I. Meliitxre. Ilotloiu: Miss l.og.in. M. I. Muntl, I. Moore, Miss lhiierx. TI-IE GIRLS All-ILETIC ASSOCIATIQN lhe Cfirls .Xthletie .Xssoeiiition proiliotes cooperation, gootl Ieeling, :intl eleiin lun. 'lihis yeiir the Ci. QX. .'X. is proutl ol' itselli heeiuise, untler the Iexitlership ol Nliiriiuu Iaine Xluntz :intl liine Nloore, it has gieeoniplishetl inzuiy things iuul hits Intl the hest ol' tiines iloing theni. To open the season with zi 'lhzuigi' they tlicl the unusual. VVith the help ol' Mr. XV1iggoner they Iilletl hailloons, paiintetl with "Hs," with hytlrogen. Girls soltl these at xi Iioothgill gzune. Xt the inailaing ol' gui lflgin touehclown the hzilloons were releaisetl. They Iloaitetl upwzirtl, looking like pretty huhhles zigziinst the hlue sky. The girls enteretl enthus- iiistieiilly into ll pep pgirzule. They haul two Ilouts, one representing the Cl. QX. .X. in the guy nineties :intl the other the Ci. A. AX. ol '3l. .X llzirolcl Teen :intl l.illuins party that provetl to he gi huge sueeess was given. The couples eaune tlressetl :is Hairoltl aintl l.ilIunis gintl were entertaiinetl in egihtiret Iizishion, the refreshments :incl progriun heing interinixetl. .Xt their Iielcl house twice every yeau' they holtl Play Daly. The terni "Play Daly" in the eairs ol any lflgin girl nieains ll hig reunion :intl ai happy time. 'lhese were the outstxintling soeiiil events ol' the year, hut the G. A. .iX. tloes not think ol' that sitle entirely, for every yezir it sencls some girls to Czunp. Such gi large perrentxige ol' the girls ol High School ioin this eluh, that it ailwziys promises new zuitl pleasing Iirienclships. Ill 1 ...... I alf-Q, xx M".'Tln ifflifl Iiliirri I fy Q I 5 I I CHAMPIONS IX" 'lbllxmix-IH. QRDLIQIJSI "C" 'll-unix -Ii. TiHn'r5: llnhmul' .X1'ul1c1'y--IL'Krilm Ollulnm' .Xlmlln-Vx NI. I. Munlx: h1lI1i.lIlllAl' Gull'--M, lflutcllwz limvling .mal 0Lmlrmrn' Gulf--li, St'f'I1IlllIl'1 lhskc! Slmmmlm Ii. Sukmly: "Ii" 'l'vnn1x---W, firoumcrz Sk.1t1l1g-.X. I., I".l1lc1'!, A R C H li R Y Mrk Row: R. Ilyrr, XV. li.1l1m', K. Slhllll. M. 1X'hmrc, M. I. Nhlllll, IJ. Sqhlu-, Y. Ricr, C. I'.4lmcr. IJ Myllglglf. M, liL11'l1m5trl': IJIYIHI Row: R. l!nI'i'Il1L'I'. G. Ih-nllvl.14lr. C. llgxlmu. N. lflwlmg. M.Mg1ttucks, ll, Kr Q3 .XWARIDS 1 Lk Ruw: I-.. lfI1rixIc-nwrl, I, SLIIUIU, Ii. llullv, R. Wmx. R. I.11c', R. RIl'LlgIlL'l', I. l'1.1ItIm. M. II.nIIm'k K Krm-Agar, I. Yulplv, I-.. llilf, R. Comm-r. A. Nulmn. lluurlh Row: Y. Rico, I.. l'unwnIwx. M. Mmk, M ' ' C' Sli klin C' XI II ' 1. 5' ILI cl INIull1mIw. C. SI1c'pIu'r1I. 'I4IIII'lI Row: Ia. In-rwn. M. I"In'lcIu-r. I. Cuukc, I.. I:.nm's, ,. . c' 31. IJ lmllw. I.. INI.lI'l'. KG, L'nruI1. R. IIJFIQLT, I.. I.cw1s, R. QILIFINIII. Srcuml Ruw: Mlm I.ug.1n, li, Ilnlmlcn, il IIuIIvI4uIn, M. I.m:Iw, II. Krihs. R. I.rI.Liu'r, I. Rmvlstgul. M. INIuurc, lf. II1lII1ll'l', M. lIIllll'x'IlIII, ii, WUIII M. IIIIXIIIIH. M. Rm.-Ixt.uI. Miss Klllfflllg. Ifmut Rmv: K. lin-cw, ID. Cu11gI1Im, N. Iilwling, KT. II.1I1m A". . . , 'mu-rl. M, I. Munir., I., I'IL'IlI'lI14lII, O. Srrubr. II. Snkmly, M. II.1rp4-r. R. Ilxrr, IJ. 5rI1Iu X IIIllIIIILIx N1 lx CO-CII.XNII'ION H01 KIQY Tlf..-XMS IIRIX Run: O. I.llIIL'I. R. lbxpr. I'. I"..umu. R. liurriugrr. M. I. Munlv, M. Iklmvrr. C. I'.1I1mr. M. Strunk: I I lur ll X R1 N1 I II NI. Mmk. Snufml Ruw: If. SILIIIIC. It. Iirulvx. M. Slidzlr. M. II.1rIcr. ,. , . m' -wx . I. 11,1 . Iimwr' Ilunt Rmv: V. fXmIn1wn. I.. Hum-nlwx. N. I",Iu-Img, C. Il.nImc, I. RmcIxI.uI. I. 5IlIlIII. IJ. IAIIIQIIIUN U4 HB! 'ix' usnsnnmn IJ mm 3 I' N. i 'W llllllll fx Y ' . Ni e Q . Emi' m 5 Jil F ' - . , I- ' W A .- f P' 5 "" mf X gs M A A . .1 "AW is S. 'n Q vi. X-. i A 0 W Q N g l ga IIA, r BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS M. Harper, R. LeLeivrc, M. Kowert, E. Kribs, B. Sokody, O. Strube, D. Schlic, V. Rice. BASEBALL CHAMPIONS D. Couglas, R. Parker, N. Ebeling, C. Hahne, V. Anderson, I. Rovelstad, W. Hahne, G. Hedblade M. Stickle, R. Dyer. 94 mfg gf 1 N1 IDD! HEI!! an I 4747 7 I 4 4-o"" - ..f"' POSTURE, 1930 R. Carlson, C. Palmer, M, XVcccl, I. Iiolmlt, Ii. Hoffman, M. Harper, M. Churchill, I. Smith, R. XVray, I. Moore, I.. I. O'Conncll, T. Norman, I.. Fchrmun, M. Moore, M. I. Muntz, M. Gabby, L. Ponsonlmy, M. Stcinkc. DISTRICT BASKET SHOCTING CHAMPS, 1930 T. Norman, IJ. Haywarml, R. Kool, R. I.cLcivrc, E. Krihs, M. Harper, E. HotIman, IJ. Schlic. 95 LL J, rg 1 4.-Vf'xf' T ..g'..'Qsxd3 3 ,, V., fi'-f--W A 1 f-5 2 . 13' 3. 34:1 , ff TI 4: Nu, , Qwfry - mi: - . 1- W, .f C, ?!Qr'f132 .'-N2'-ww ui? fd "'Nif3who f 5 13 ,-TW" ' 1 Y BASEBALL, 1930 E. Burrcn, B. Bridges, M. Frccburg. T R A C K, 1 9 3 0 B. Bridges, M. Frccburg, Burren, C. Seymour, C. Hahnc, D. Weeks, E. Fox 96 L 43...-'ei .Mtg 1 H, 1.25 - ' , 1 if ,f. . 9 im 8ffixn,.f..M1f.uf4 mu-:ff-m5.,..,,, .,,. 1 . .A .1 1 .Q l3g,,,gg,,A.A .... , .A A.. -rig., ar digg., .., 1. JF A' ,' wx.. . 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J' 1-?,'t.I.v q.?,'l'l ' PV. -f ,JF gvytv 1 - if '51 I f .,,W,. .K-T ..., ii ' . ..a' , - I lwx 'X 55" I, 'L ' FTW' ,O If I ,Y ,. .-tt. . fi4"'f5'-1 r ,.,, 1.344 ,Q 'I 'vfujf , , I ' 3.1.0, nh. 1 'r'4Miv7" ,t Q JE If '.1-i7'r- A' - :I"'1 .Nf .A-' 1-n,,wf,'Q ' ?.i"51ff-'Q J-14.4-' .,g A ua- X. .-,WESE I . ii, Hg, M xv 94410K CK ,.k..,g.r.,, I x .gf .1 geggm I . if Jai 'EY'-1 I .- ' ' at .I I SZ I I f' f .N vii E i E ! e i E , B ! 1 L E I i i 5 u s H u I1 I U u 5 : 3 z ! 5 E r--- f-1 Ellulll ,. Y . wg , Sf- . X . ef f il Y if ' Mg. .ffltvm an . iw . 2 nm 4 ' "li---.. . X l Commercial Club Officers. Top Row: Virgil. Middle Row: Miss Cleary, C. Crunenberg. Front Row: M. ligororl, Mr. Smith, M. llarper. COMMERCIAL CLUB President Russell Virgil Vice-President Muriel Ilarper Secretary' Catherine Cronenburg Treasurer Marie ligororf Paul Seiger Sergeant-at-arms Advisers Miss Cleary Mr. Smith The real object of the Commercial Club is to promote an interest in the business world, to give the members an opportunity for social contact, and to increase their under- standing of modern day business methods. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are taking a commercial subject are eligible for membership. The club meets monthly, the meetings being divided into a business and a social time. During the year of 1930, through the cooperation of every club member, a book on the history of many of the Elgin firms was published. The book is an addition to the school library and is known as "The Commercial Club Survey." During the year prominent persons spoke before the club. In December Mrs. Mary Martin, from the BryantfStratton College, Chicago, spoke on "Selling One's Services." ln October a talk was given by Rev. Yourd on "Requirements in Business." january brought Mr. Reber and his cartoons. The annual Commercial Club Party in April was the biggest social event of the year, all members participating and having a joyful time. A projecting machine was the project of the club for the second semester. This machine showed slides for the commercial subjects and was used in classroom work. Students were given the opportunity to analyze the signatures of business men and women and make a study of the interior of business hrms by reproducing pictures through the projector. 97 i r rl N I Ewa nina lflx, iw - . Q grunt o A 2 Q' 6 asm W as X 1, : ? T, "rv, ., umm: x. y g win ds 1' "' ' ' S... 9 ,-"I"" R Y A 5. I u A A 0' Q Top Row: R. Hogrefe, R. Marsh, O. Matteson, L. Carlson, I. Gostelle, H. Tuchlinsky, R. Virgil, K. Smith, F. Burren. Third Row: H. Barthelt, B. Burdick, I. Borm, M. Topple, L. Zimmerman, A. Miller, M. Moore, D. Zierk, H. Barthelt, A. Miller. Second Row: C. Greinberg, S. Salmons, L. Payne, K. Trent, R. Pilcher, N. Breen, P. Windau, H. Pelletier, Mr. Beckner. Bottom Row: E. Sensor, A. Sipple, A. Peache, F. Symmond, R. Nichols, R. Legge, N. Ebeling, C. Hahne, R. Connor. GEGGRAPI-IV CLUB President Robert Pilcher Vice-President Donald Hodge Secretary-Treasurer Kenneth Trent Adviser Mr. Beckner The Geography Club was formed with the express intention of stimulating a keener interest and a broader vision of the practical study of commercial and scientific geography. Although it was more or less a minor club during its first year, having relatively few members, it has grown considerably until now it equals almost any other organization in the school. It is not a closed society, but, on the contrary, is open to all students who desire membership. Its programs are usually very helpful to all who attend. They invariably have a definite connection with the popular application of this science which deals with the earth, its products, climate, and inhabitants. At one meeting Miss Wood told of her interesting trip to Europe and at another Reverend Ziegler of the Episcopal Church related his exper- iences in Alaska. Some of the meetings are rather informal, and the members enjoy social activities. It is one of the aims of the club to encourage travel as an extension of education. In this endeavor trips were made to the Field Museum and the Planetarium in Chicago. Also various Field trips were taken in the immediate vicinity. These allowed typical study of the composition and peculiarities of the surface of the earth. The club owns a variety of astronomy lantern slides which were purchased in 1929. The telescope is brought into use when the celestial bodies exhibit unusual qualities. In numerous ways the club proves itself active. 98 A t- rtgrf ff fha ' w 6fi',f'2a Top Row: I. Starrett. li. Post, VV. ilaible, R. lleine, ID. Butler, R. Catechair. Second Row: R. l.arscn, C. Taylor, ll l't-arson. K. Shaw. N. Wells, V. Walker. Mr. Waggoncr. lfront Row: l'. l.andbori1. N. VVeed, li. Roddis, l.. Fuller. D. Cook, ll. Roselle R. Leach. SCIENCE CLUB l'residenI Newton Wells Vice-Presitlcnt Kenneth Shaw Secretary Creighton Taylor Treasurer Dan Pearson Adviser Mr. Waggoner The Senior Science Club was organized in the spring of WSU to supplement the interest in scientific subjects. The membership is limited to twenty and is restricted to those taking Chemistry or Physics, but combinations of advanced mathematics and biology are considered. The point system is used whereby prospects participate in activities to determine their entrance. VVhen one scores twenty-live points, he becomes a member. Members, in order to remain in the club, continue scoring points at the rate ol' ten per month. A list of activities designates these individual points. Among its features are reports or lectures on important articles from newspapers and magazines, performances and explanations of chemical experiments. and the keeping of scrap books. The fundamental aim of the club this year has been to publish an accurate booklet on the science and history of lfllglll. Factory tours have been taken, the following being quite typical: The lflgin National VVatch Company, W'oodrull' and lidwards Foundry, lnc., David C. Cook Publishing Company, and VV. li. Meadows, lnc. Valuable information has been obtained, since all ol' the club members have combined their ellorts in the cxtensive research. The completed book should add much to the records ol' the city. The proiect, however, has not taken all ol' the time. A very interesting and amusing comedy was given in the auditorium about mid-semester, and all members were active in its huge success. WJ Ts. ., s, '+iif+' K X . fffmig. imlaweo R Egggigffg, X X Q Q fr: , . is Tv T Sl -"lin X r ' ' 1' i 5 ' 14 'll .N X F A 1 'A " :5 Md 5 rp. if f , .,h nt Lf' i , " mn G 2 I, all". ,Q f Top Row: R. Dugan, L. Steward, F. Anderson, N. Fierke, R. Virgil, A. Bell, R. Biddle. Second Row: N. Frishy, H. Newman, R. Barringcr, A. Plote, M. NVerrhack, L. V. Smith, M. Therien, L. Meuser. Third Row: Ii. Virgil, IJ. Cook, G. Wertz, A. Frautnick, K. Battin, Miss Peters. Fourth Row: M. Van Horn, I. McCornick, B. Rosengarden, F. Parkin, V. llritton, V. Frautnick, I. Ilood, ,R. Diggins. Front Row: C. Vanderford, I. Gray, G. Miller, D. NVelling, A. Goldman. MATHEMATICS CLUB President Donald Cook Vice-President George Palmer, Arvid Frautnick Secretary-Treasurer David Welling Adviser Miss Peters Perhaps this group of students is aspiring to become well enough versed in its algebra and calculus to equal or surpass the work of the famous Einstein! Who can say? At any rate it has accomplished the feat of finding enjoyment and recreation in mathematical pursuits. Now this club may be different from the rest in that it succeeds in proving and inter- preting the impossible or unusual. The fact that two equals one or that any person is as rich as Henry Ford has been easily and clearly proven several times. Besides fallacies, the meetings contain puzzles, tricks with Figures, games, plays, theories, and reviews of late articles on the science of mathematics, astronomy, and relativity. It might be maintained that a motto of the great mathematician, Sir Isaac Newton, is observed in all meetings: 'LHoId nothing certain save what can be proved." A constitution was drawn up and passed by the assembled body at one of the early meetings, and a pin was adopted to establish the club as a recognized society. Membership was allowed open to any students of Elgin High who were interested enough to become active participants. One of the new features of the club was the original paper "The Monthly X,', which was edited and published by Grant Wertz, with the help of a changing staff of reporters. This paper was exhibited at the Teacher's Institute at Aurora last November. 100 umm" gf ., Club Council. Top Row: P. Kenyon, G. Schaeffer, R, VVray, L. XVright. Second Row: Mrs. Fletcher, M. Steinke, M. Mink, Miss Iohnson. Bottom Row: Mona Crane, P. Eames, M. Kovvert. l-IQME ECONOMICS CLUB President Phyllis Eames Vice-President Marie Kowert Recording Secretary Mona Crane Corresponding Secretary Marcia Mink Treasurer Rita Du Wray Advisers Mrs. Fletcher, Miss Iohnson "Remember, there is one thing better than making a living-mal-:ing a home." -Anonymous. The Home Economics Club, organized in 1924, is one of the eighty-one student clubs of its kind in Illinois. It is affiliated with the Illinois Home Economics Association and also with the American Home Economics Association. Students who are or who have formerly been enrolled in the school home economics department are eligible for member- ship in the club. The meetings of the club, held once a month, are of a practical as well as entertaining nature. Mrs. Watts of the Elgin Woman's Club gave a talk at one meeting on "Club Work." At another meeting the club was entertained by vocal selections by Miss Engel! brecht and readings by Esther Fox. From time to time the members themselves gave talks on "Objectives in Home Economics." On November 17 the club gave a very successful Thanksgiving party in the school gym. There were games, refreshments, and a short play entitled "Call a Yellow." The Home Economics club aims to help its members to have higher ambitions and to seek higher standards ot life. 101 cc M UDDI! I XQWP W 5? .. 5 . ' N gg N gh v .51 -144, . . align .i A lla ,WLM A 4+o-4-L+ sf? f 're lq Nt is f ' -s ' N X A JSADD. ' i--- Y 1' ....x,..D - f iilii, .sig 5 tqh J V. R li. '1-'ev?12"7"'lfi?v - . mf.. . x i,g.rif:ii c 1- its X IN il':"l.:i J Q ,ir " l Qffwesif C . la 6. Top Row: F. Parkin, VV. Rudnick, li. Newman, l.. Ostdick, Miss VVood. Third Row: l. Nemetz, ll, Stewart, V. Awe, M. Golf, I. Zepzyk, l. liritton. Second Row: li. Kobel, N. Rnath, G. VVoll"f, M. Aeschlimann, I. litscheid, lf. baker, Bottom Row: K. Washer, IJ. Ferron, R. Weeks, M. Aeschlimann. I.. Kendall, M. Miller. Iunior Assistants: Wilda Rudnick, Margaret Aeschlimann, Mary Miller, Gladys XVolt-T, Leona Ostilick, lloris Dolby. Adviser: Miss XVood. GIRL SCCDLJTS The high school Girl Scout troop is divided into patrols, each patrol consisting of about eight scouts. Like the various other clubs, the Girl Scouts meet once a month during activities period and. in addition, once every two weeks after school. Short plays are sometimes given at the troop meetings, but the time is usually spent in working on badge and rank tests. Before Christmas the girls aided the Firemen by dressing dolls, which were distributed among the children of the city. ln Ianuary, at a Girl Scout banquet, the badges which the girls had earned were presented. Some of these badges were: needlewoman, laundress, dressmaker, journalist, motorist, hostess, and swimmer. ln Ianuary also several of the girls became second class scouts, and one girl, a first class scout. Each senior girl who is a second class scout may gain the position of junior assistant. These assistants have charge of particular branches of the scout organization. such as linance, programs, and badge passing. The scouts took part in various social allairs during the year. On Halloween all the Elgin Girl Scouts gave a "hard times" party. During the holidays the high school troop gave a Christmas party and supper. Recently a number of the girls made a trip to Chicago and visited the new Aquarium and Planetarium. 102 I o aw 'D ln In Wil Ifl'II'Il'l1 Wm f f f mann rXl N1 Q97 ,........ 5 l,....? p 0 ' 'AN Q ' ' of .tw ,nldfi A , ff' 45 1 ' if E I ,df-K f"' - lnml f.fln-eo' a' -f . 1 '54 .Hg ix iilllh' -t .al A 4' n Q ' QW 2 Top Row: L. Mink, E. Post, I. Shultz, M. Fleming, C. Palmer, I. Cook, R. Wray, A. Abel, A. Plote, A. Glashagle, M. Brockmier, M. Browne, M. McBride, B. Byrne, B. Newman, R. Urie, I. Head, B. Rowe, Miss Linkfield. Third Row: C. Hamlin, I. Olhaber, E. Wise, I. Warren, C. Seymour, M. Logan, N. Frisby, V. Frautnich, W. Gromer, O. Grimm, L. Kenecke, R. Leach, M. Bennorth, E. Fox, C. Leverenz Miss Rovelstad. Second Row: V. Lee, R. Kramer, A. Behl, L. Wright, T. Lawless, P. Landborg, W. I-Iumbracht, F. Sorn, W. Fedou, F. Marks, I. Miller, R. Leach, R. Miller, I. Burnstein, W. Haible. Bottom Row: A. Lawrence, H. Gillette, M. Rowe, O. Lowderbach, M. La Roy, V. Britton, F. By.rd M. Ginsberg, C. Holden, B. Rosengarden, A. Klug, N. Bain, M. Ponsonby, M. Van Horn, E. Virgil E. Roche, D. Volberding. s LATIN CLUB flnter Nosj First Semester Second Semester Robert Romeis First Consul Ioy Schultz Donald Salisbury Vice Consul William Brady Iean Cook Aedile Tom Lawless Harriet Gillette Quaester Harriet Gillette The Latin Club has as its purpose the promotion of interest in the study of Rome, Italy, and the Latin literature, and in addition aims to show the relationship and influence of Latin on our everyday lives and on the English we speak. For a time the club was so large that it was divided into two groups, the Iunior and Senior Latin Clubs. However, as the clubs now meet in school and accomodations are suf- ficient, the Iunior and Senior Clubs have this year been united into one group-"Inter Nos." In October a Vergilian program, sponsored by the club, was given in the auditorium. This program, honoring the two thousandth anniversary of Vergil, included reports on the life and works of the great poet and an interesting talk by Miss Linkfield on "Sidelights of a Vergilian Cruise," a trip which she and Miss Rovelstad took during the past summer. The programs put on at the club meetings are varied. The members read articles, give book reviews and talks on various phases of Roman life, and once or twice during the semester present a short play. By way of social entertainment "Inter Nos" meets once a semester with the other language clubs for an evening party. 103 7 i Till 5 1 A ' 1 F N, f E ' l2m 5 .... ' Q, .at K. C l o ar ? Top Row: IJ. Pritchard, M. Muntz, M. Fleming, I. Anderson. Second Row: V, VVallace, K. Saam, R. Peck, I. Ianeckc, M. Lisor. Bottom Row: M. Post, Miss Tinglcy, M. Dibler, E. Ream, E. Le Blanc. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS President Elsie Ream Vice-President Marie Dibler Secretary-Treasurer Elvera Le Blanc Advisers Mrs. Costa, Miss Tinglev Once a month the organization known as 'glue Cercle Francais" meets, for the purpose of furthering student interest in the French language and in the manners and customs of the French people. French students are not allowed to ioin the club until they have had at least one semester of the language. This enables the club to put on small plays, to sing, and to conduct the meetings entirely in French. The singing of both folk songs and popular tunes in French made up one interesting club program. At a recent meeting a skit entitled "Le Voyage de Monsieur Perichoriv was enacted. One of the many successful entertainments put on by the "Cercle" was the enactment of the song, "Madelon," presented at the party given by the foreign language clubs last spring. At the social function given by the same group this year, several of the club members participated in an erlective mock wedding given for the beneht of Mrs. Costa, the former French teacher, and her husband, who were guests of honor at the party. However, the club has proved to be a source of instruction as well as amusement. Several oli the members correspond regularly with students of their own age in France. This direct contact has proved a real incentive and has increased enthusiasm in the study carried on by the club. ln addition, through the reading of books written by travelers and students in France, the "Cercle" has come to obtain a fairly accurate knowledge of the people of that countrv 104 FYX,C..x.' il F' 1 I' r--- ' 77 .mei tif.. . it ,. I ' Y' 5 ui Qi ,Q ggi M lliofa t 4. ft--.. 'I'op Row: S. Ilurnstein, U. Hedburg, N. Iensen, M. Barnes, G. Peterson. Second Row: I.. Ponsonby, M. Mattocks, M. Mink, Miss Bateman, V. Reber, C. Shepherd. Bottom Row: ll. Cebliart. M. Phelps, II. lfolkman, I. Maclntvre, H. Morrison. SPANISH CLUB llovvard Folkman llarold Gelvhart lane Moore Ieanne Maclntvre Miss lillltlllllll, Miss MKlFL'l14lLl5C I,l'CSillL'Ill Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisers At the meetings of the Spanish Club certain activities which cannot be included in class work are taken up. The members of the club sing in Spanish, play games, and present short comedies and plays. Current events in Spain and the Spanish American countries are often discussed. Some work has been done with the learning of parliament- ary phrases in Spanish. and the ollicers ol' the club have been engaged in the process of drawing up a constitution in Spanish. Certain members of the club. corresponding with Spanish students, have received letters from the distant countries of Bolivia and Uruguay. Une ol' the most interesting ot these letters. read at a meeting of the club, was from the nephew of the Spanish consul in Chicago. The correspondent told of his school lite, his home, and his I'ather's brewery, which has the distinction ol' being the highest in the world. liach semester the Spanish Club joins with the other language clubs in giving a party. At the party last spring an amusing comedy, "La Criada iXstuta," or "The Clever Maidf, was the Spanish Club's contribution to the program. At the party given this year, Mildred Barnes. representing the club, gave a reading in Spanish. 105 QF .-.. v.. A+++-V+ ff r l We 5 't,iTTTlT?"f .. 291 1 mf "'4'lEl'l Will. Nil fewwgilf li' .1 1' L D N' - it of 33253 7,-fefiwn 4 h N fx T 3 T TOT 1533117 ev11fi..t V Top Row: I. Akin, A. Winkelman, F. Anderson, R. Heine, N. Koshnick, M. Willigman, ID. Pearson. li. Rauschenberger, G. Ilolland. Fourth Row: R. Olivin, G. Garrelts, l.. Fisher, W. Rudnick. M. Mink, R. Lurie, G. Graf, O. Kolbe, M. Hancock, G. Koch. Third Row: Ii. Tork, F. Bosworth, A. Frautnick, F, Nueser, H. Sanno, L. Seligson, ll. Morrison, G. Ilitzman, I. Liska. Second Row: Miss Iingelbrecht. M. Parry. G. Mueller. G. Unruh. A. Winkleman, C. Schcele, E. Ackeman, H. Esterle, I. Pfafflin. I. Boldt. Bottom Row: M. Gabler. li. Wischstadt, M. Willigman, G. Wolff. B. Rippherger, A. Wilharm, M. Moore. GERMAN CLUB QDer Deutsche Vereinj President Ernest Ackeman Vice-President Carolyn Scheele Secretary Charles Peters Treasurer Harold Fsterly Adviser Miss M. lingelbrecht The German Club has shown a remarkable increase in membership this year. At one of the first fall meetings twenty-five new members were initiated. Each new member was required to recite a poem in German to show that he had mastered some of the language. The club now has over fifty members. Through talks, pictures, songs, and plays the club aims to acquaint its members with the German people and to promote interest in the German language. At several of the meetings the members of the club have listened to talks given by speakers who have actually lived or traveled in Germany. Carl Marxen, who lived for a time in Hamburg, gave a highly interesting talk on that city. Mr. Saam told the club about the schools of Germany and especially the famous Heidelberg University, which is one of the oldest universities in the country. Through the German Tourists' Information Bureau a film entitled K'Beautiful Cities of Germany" was secured. This hlm took the club on a rapid tour of the cities of Leipzig and Dresden, through Silesia, and along the Baltic Sea. ln addition, an airplane view of the city of Berlin was shown. Last year members of the German Club gave several books to the school library. They hope to be able to make another gift of the same kind this year. 106 2x.f..X,v'I 1 nE:i'I in if l, l fi C X 1 e ' V fl 5.',f'9Vf Mi: I Ywkiyll Sf 'limp Row: II. Otta, I. Maclntyre, M. Moore, IJ. Pritchard, I. Anderson. M. Muntx, M. Mick, R. I.urie, I. Schultz, V. Rice. -lth Row: Miss Ilavery, I. Cook, R. Pate, Ii. Reetler, R. Ilhu VVray, I. Schultz, M. Post. I. Iiohlt, A. Lawrence, M. Churchill. 3rd Row: M. Barnes, R. Golliher, O. Iletlherpl. R. Peck, M. Ilihler, M. Iacohs. P. Ifames, M. Newcomer, M. Mattocks, Miss Wetlel. Znrl Row: I.. 0'Conncll C Shepherd, I.. Ponsonhy, II. Gillette, M. Iirophy, I. Moore, M. Ilelman, M. Iiritton, IJ. Schlie. Ifront Row V. VVallace, I. McCormack. V. VVoIiI, V. Gustafson, If. Corron, A. Cain, Ii. Chatltlock. M. Steinke, Grimm, M. Mi , . SENIQR BLUE TRI-V Presitlent Vice-Presitlent Secretary Treasurer Cluh Sponsor Cirl Reserve Secretary Mariory Brophy Iane Moore Ilarriet Gillette Kathryn Castle Miss Katherine Iiavery Miss Iutlith Wetzel The Senior Blue TrifY Club is open to all Iunior and Senior girls. The meetings are helcl Tuesday afternoons at the Y. W. C. A. The Club gives the girls the higher ideas of life. It sponsors the feeling of friendship anal the iclea ol' tloing something lor someone else. September 24 Ucluliel' 21 November IH Noxemher 26 Iiecemher Ili Ianuary 20 lfehruary li' March 5 Ile zlreu a circle that shut me out: Ileretic. rehel, a thing Io flout. Hut love antl I had the wit to zvinw- We tlrew a circle that took him in. glitlwin Markliam. "A MILLION XII .-Xhoartllu Ifirstenight-out-party Ihrough the Year in Geneva" "Crossing Old Caravan Trails" X Night in I'ort"-Ilance I'alestinef.'X New VVorltl in the tl l'he I.antl ul' the Vikings" XII G. R. Banquet" Iihe Iiestival ol the Ilollsi' H17 MII.liS" March I7 'AIIi Ilo Come to the Fair" Ilatls ancl Daughters Banquet March SI l"I'he Christ of the Andes" April IU Dance April ZI "A Salaam to the White Iilc phantn May 5 "May in Merry I'inglancl" May Io Annual Spring Luncheon Max IU "IIome via IIollancl" Mothers and Ilaughters 'l'ea O. 244343. l ......L 1 ""i 'J A Q 1 f it .. tai . 2-Q5 2,l D 9. mn qt .1 'ally' is K Top Row: R. Iackson, M, Bennorth, R. Frantz, M. Oergle, A. Abell, V. Clemcr, E. Fox, C. Britton, D. Rave, A. Steinke. Third Row: G. Taylor, F. Burt, D. Sperry, M. Iackson, M. Lowry, N. Bain, L. Larson, V. Britton, I. Blackburn, A. Kustricone. Second Row: E. Lamb, A. Peach, M. Fisher, A. Mink, D. Mock, li. Liennert, M. Simmon, L. VVright, C. Amis. Bottom Row: M. Lisor, B. Berman, B. Bernstein, C. Holden, Miss Wetzel, M. Logan, W. Weeks, M. Ponsonhy, B. Rosengarden. JUNIOR BLUE TRI-Y President Charlo Holden Vice-President lane Runge Secretary Merie Hallock Treasurer Margaret Logan Club Sponsors Mrs. M. VV. Norton Miss Clcora Iohnson Girl Reserve Sccrctnrv Miss Iudith Wetzel The Iunior Blue Tri-Y was at first made up of both Freshmen and Sophomores. Later it was charged to a Freshman club, and those Sophomores interested joined the Senior Blue Tri-Y. The club meets twice a month on Tuesday at the Y. W. C. A. at 4:00 o'clock. October 20 November 11 December 9 December 23 Ianuary 13 February 10 March 10 April 17 May 12 THE PROGRAM FOR 1930-31 Recognition Entertaining-Studio Tea Mademoiselles Coifilure Santa's Cherrio Party Mademoiselle's Face Mademoiselle's Hands Foods Correct Dressing and Accessories Mademoiselles Room 108 ,iTl3.t.'T ,.. ... . .-.i P-7-7. . if mf 'wif il llll Hack Row: O. Matteson. G. Muntz, P. Seiger, I'. Horn, W. Olhaher. li. Ackeman, G. Lindoerfer, K. Shaw, R. Gatc-chair. 5rd Row: I. Hain, R. Hayward, I. Starrett. R. Olwin, W. Gannon, li. llunt, ll. Schultz, O. Cook. V. VValkt'r. R, Hess. 2nd Row: VV. lfritts, C. llamlin, M. Kornstein, C. Shoemaker, IJ. Cook, R. Munroe, Ii. Weichel, A. lfrautnick, li. Post, W. Iluinhracht, G. Marsh. lfront Row: N. lensen, Mr. Mellride, W. Hawkins, C. Ilearlove, Mr. Waggoner, A. Iiauniruck, ll. Gt-hliart, Mr. I lelfer, W. Leruux. SENIGR I-ll-Y President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Adiisersz Mr. llelfer, Mr. Waggontr, Mr. Mcliride. Second Semester Vernon NValker Donald Butler Arvid lfrautnick Kenneth Shaw First Semester Donald liutler Ruger Hess Ralph Larsen Claude Hamlin lunior and senior boys are allorded an unusual opportunity in the Senior Hi-Y for character huilding. The Hi-Y meets for the purpose of: "creating, maintaining, and extending throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." Their motto is: "Clean Speech, Clean Sports. Clean Scholarship, and Clean Living." The Hi-Y meets once every week on Monday, at the "Y," and discusses interesting topics pertaining to character huilding. Besides discussions, thc Hi-Y has other activities. Twelve representatives were sent to the State Older Boys Conference at East Aurora where these boys learned much and profited hy the discussions that took place. They brought hack a great deal to the club. A Pot Luck supper with the men faculty members as guests was enioyed immensely. Un Decemher thirtieth the Third Annual Hi-Y Reunion took place. Twenty-live alumni and Fifty Hi,Y memhers attended. A wonderful dinner was served, the speaker heing Rev. William Rainey Bennet, who talked on "Tips for Young Men." Following the dinner there was entertainment and games. The reunion was a great success and will continue as an annual ailair. The Mothers and Sons Banquet, the Big Four Conference, and the annual Four C's program in the High School were other very worthwhile activities. 109 ka V' W A 11 5 TS! as .1533 '.QlI'xQ'f,? as Gif rp. Ya E 2 gil 0 51.295 Xanga mu inf' C ii? Top Row: I. Olhaber, L. Mink, I. Harris, K. Ramsey, W. Brophy. 3rd Row: W. Rowe, VV. Geister, H. McElroy, K. Boyer, M. Harvey, M. Webster. Znd Row: H. Born, A. McCornack, W. Cain, I.. Winson, H. VVood. Front Row: R. Gray, IJ. XVelling, D. Gould, Mr. Kersten, Mr. Helfcr, I. Miller, T. Starrett. JUNIOR I-ll-Y First Semester Second Semester Iames Miller President Iohn Olhaber Robert Gray Vice-President Loren Mink David VVelling Secretary William Brophy William Geister Treasurer VVilliam Geister Advisers: Mr. Kersten, Mr. Bohnert, Mr. Helfer. The Iunior Hi-Y, of which Freshmen and Sophomores are members, meets weekly at the "Y," There the Freshmen and the Sophomore boys meet to discuss problems dealing with character building. The purpose of the club is: "As a member of the Elgin Iunior Hi-Y, I purpose, with God's help to be manly in muscle, mind, and morals to be unselfish and helpful to others, and to encourage other boys to similar purpose." 'gClean Speech, Clean Living, Clean Sports, and Clean Scholarship" are upheld by the Iunior Hi-Y. A boy must be unanimous- ly voted in before he can become a member: then he has to partake in an unusual initiation. The activities of the club play an important part in their work. This year the club took part with the Senior Hi-Y in the I-Ii-Y Reunion, Mothers and Sons Banquet, and sent six boys to the State Older Boys Conference. Other than these, the Iunior Hi-Y had their own activities. Before Christmas the club went to Chinatown in Chicago with members of the First Baptist Church intermediate group as guests. In Chinatown they enjoyed the queer sights, going through Chinatown City Hall and delighting in a wonderful Chinese dinner. In Ianuary a Pot Luck supper with dads as guests was a huge success. In March occurred the important event of the club. March 28 and 29 the club sponsored, with the Senior Hi-Y aiding, the Big Four Conference in which Elgin, Ioliet, East and West Aurora participated. Over a hundred boys took part and received much inspiration from it. A house party and an outing with dads as guests ended a favorable season for the Iunior Hi-Y. lI0 f A O ai ,. H.. .. ,..k..,.,,,.,. T.. ll I llllflllllll I MM K U6 0 ' , ,v. ll1.1lI . fl , AT -' ? ,ts Q - ,HQLWGN U .I H! u I I ' i 1 f I 1 B , .0 ' .,,,,,j,' veg X Q, , 5 ang' rs a ,Q " ra' l SOCIETY SCHOOL DANCES The school dances this year have been a great success, and we all feel sure that everyone who attended them had a fine time. These dances are sponsored once a month by the Student Council, which tries to furnish the best possible orchestras and to see that all have the best kind of a time. At a couple of dances our own "Rajahs of Rhythm" under the excellent direction of Woodrow Miller sent forth the popular melodies of the day. To many these were the best of the year. Between Thanksglyiving and Christmas the Council gave a dance that was a great deal of fun. There were balloons galore, which added greatly to the gaity. At another dance everyone joined in a Grand March and a Grand Right-and-Left. We are sure all appreciate the assistance and interest of the faculty and of the Council in giving us such successful dances and good times. lll lk NX x IXXXXXXXKXN """""l'f' ff Q W . ..x ,fs . .i..............,.-.Q 5 ' 12. A fs, ' gm lf' " Y E Us -ss - lllll , ' 'fx if 2 -"'-'-law H- N gfs U' N X? bu-' ' . wi- X ,. O . 5 N Rc 5, SJINQ ' 'z M - . ' 2 , , Q Y lx EIHBB umm K N SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEES CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Ralph Larson chairman Doris Dolby, Marguerite Bishop, Mona Crane, Gretchen Schaefer, Ruth Weeks, Keith Perry Walter Schuld, Fred Speckmann, Hamlin Welling. CLASS WILL and PROPI-IECY COMMITTEE Harriet Gillette-chairman, Mary Britton, Shirley Ramsey, Edythe Chaddock, Elvira Le Blanc, Maura Goggin, Walter Gannon, Dallas Miller, Donald Hodge, Paul Seiger, Charles Shoemaker, Robert Munroe, Leon Fuller, Keith Laughlin. MOTTO COMMITTEE Iames Starrett-chairman, Henry Archer, Marian Bartelt, Harold Baumgartner, Helen Bowman, Curtis Lumm, Glen Anderson. FLOWER COMMITTEE Hamilton Doxey-chairman, Ethel Dorman, Bernice Fritts, Gertrude Garrelts, William Grant. MEMORIAL COMMITTEE Wesley Adams-chairmang Marelu Moore, Carl Marxen, Elmer Zeigler, Ada Ross, Meta Handrock, Franklin Bosworth, Gordon Muntz. BACCALAUREATE COMMITTEE Iune Anderson-chairman, Eleanor Swanson, Eleanor Mosiman, Eleanor Runge, Paul Marxen, Donald Major, Harold Gebhardt. ANNOUNCEMENT COMMITTEE Eleanor Flood-chairman, Kathryn Wakely, VaDell Holtgren, Iosephine Bagdon, Melvin Willigman, Q Robert Whalen. CLASS BREAKFAST COMMITTEE Phyllis Eames-chairmang Marjorie Vogt, Virginia Grupe, Dorothy Good, Blanche Linnell, Maurene Woodrich, Russell Virgil, Orval Matteson, Lorraine Landwehr, Willard Hawkins, Glenn Rahn. PROMS '30 Every year the Proms are looked forward to as the most brilliant social events of our school life. Again last year they were a huge success. The gym was beautifully decorated in blue and white crepe paper hangings, and silver moons and silver stars dangled from the ceiling. The theme song for the Iunior-Senior Prom was "The Moon Is Low," played by Russ Gaede and his orchestra. The Senior Prom, the following week, used the same decorations. The music for this event was by Paul Renault. When this year's Maroon goes to press, it is too early to write up the 1931 Proms, so we shall just name the committees. SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE '31 Earl Trolson, chairman, Nan Iean Dueringer, Frances Stringer, Betty VanWambeke, Mary Orth Thornell, William Fritts, Sam Burnstein, Allen Baumruck, Ralph Hayward, Glenn Hartman, Leslie Homfeldt. IUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE '31 General Chairman-Robert Leach. Decorations: Newton Wells, Chairman, Rita Dhu Wray, Ralph Heine, Carol Hahn, Ray Smith. Music: William Haible, Chairman, Irene Boldt, Rita Meagher. Programs: Marcia Mink, Chairmang Carolyn Shepherd, Ernest Akemann. Refreshments: Leora Boettcher, Chairmang Velda Frautnick, Nancy Frisby. 112 af I-1 F Cf, , x K . 5534? -f ' 1411. . 1 fffiii E155 A fi-- .X ., :gg ' '. Qflf .L ff "iv ' ' "rw .L ffffz 53547, V iff? z' :M " I .. :LAL - ,.k , W . .r If 1 ., , i .'g3:1l ,' "ff-.w k WY: .fsfbffwf 'E .Q?Ez., My mi iff -Q, M-.f , 1 Wig. fu- gg' -,v 1 ., - . 55" f ,ry wi I ,-.R Mi a w Q - -,Jigs Q , -QA: ' WW!- S ':f?.,, 21.9. in 5 1 pda fa F.. -Q 5. 1 1 AL. 3551179 45 f .fm 1-r .Mk u :QI 7432 A,jgxi ggi "ff, :HG fm. , ,, 4 . "W ' is 1 .,,4 X Q K 1, W 1:19 f ,F . ,gf 1 , ,LIL zu: fx .. f ,,-, W Le- ,gy :mix w a- 1 A A ef' Pal. ,pf 'fl' .wf "ga", 1:4 '- W 5 Q:- ', 1 - X V, .. ',4 .Le 1 , 4192253 f ,- 1.1 ' fm g,-, m . - fi :fu f 1 431: 1' 4' .ff?f:'f' 2-if fl. BN' , . ,, lyfff 5, 'Q""' -wmv' twigs 1 L . .X-L"+J.:i+' fu-lf' ' 4-my Wg., 'fr' T ' if "fm ., m f, -221' 2,154.3 - j-S,, 'i'i1-:- 1-1, 1 wigs f ,, 51424 L, 'T " Q. ...gy ff N X, ESQ! . k, ,V .X 9: L", 5,1 ' "E, x bw ik, 'H - affix J" W Y I." Ik .eip -'J' Zvi X 'e k viwsefg mmf? H-----1 i """j. .5 Q any-g -H teal" , l i .. . " 5 ' mn s -A 5' . H ,-"WP is J' A 'll gl, 'I i 5 W Q ,E XXI LX ,X Top Row: G. Lindorfer, H. Folkman, M. Fleming, P. Born, N. Koschnick, VV. Marson, D. Butler, R. Hess, I. Anderson. 5th Row: H. Schultz, M. O. Thornell, I. McIntyre, M. Churchill, M. Mick, V. Rice, S. Ramsey, E. LeBlanc, ID. Pritchard, H. Hood, W. Rudnick. -lth Row: C. Palmer, Miss Biersach, W. Brady, R. Brightman. VV. Blackburne, E. Roddis, W. Adams, A. Baumruck, M. Milligan, E. Hunt, M. Dibler. 5rd Row: M. A. Helman, C. Sheppard, B. Linnell, IJ. Good, I. Boldt, F. Stringer, C. Breen, C. Scheele, I. Moore, L. I. O'Connell. Zncl Row: V. VVallace, R. Peck, M. Moore, M. Britton, M. I. Muntz, H. Gillette, M. Brophy, A. Crocker, V. Smoyer, R. Pate, D. MacKenzie. Front Row: R. Brightman, D. Salisbury. VV. I.eRoux. C. Shoemaker, R. Reid, C. Hamlin, IT. Miller. E. I-l. S. PLAYERS President Mariam Iane Muntz Vice-President Marclu Moore Secretary Iune Anderson Treasurer George Lindoerfer Sponsor Miss Marge Bicrsach The E. H. S. Players has had a very interesting year. They not only have learned about acting and directing, but also have studied make-up. This is a very fascinating study, especially when illustrated on different types. At another meeting some of the members reported on the lives of Iohn and Ethel Barrymore, Iohn Drew, and others included in the Barrymore family. At a joint meeting with the Mask and Bauble Miss Lucia Lodbell gave some clever and original readings. A program enjoyed by all the members of the club was a chalk talk given by Mr. Clarence Reber. These are only a few of the outstanding programs which the club gave this year. The E. H. S. Players has a limited membership and is open only to Iuniors and Seniors. The members are selected by competitive tryfouts before the sponsor and those chosen by the sponsor. and those in the class plays may also join. The purpose of the club is to promote a knowledge and appreciation of drama. The subjects studied give the members some technical knowledge about the presentation of plays. Miss Biersach worked capably with the officers of the club, and much of its success is due to her effort. 114 i-T'-i ? A ,an-.1 f' P o t iih E fa- we iw ' fw.I2.4i mm .' 74+af"' 1 ' umm ..f.iM-fr. a -f . , im mm TT Q. ' "'ii-- .. Top Row: Miss Keeney, M. Hallock, M. Marson, M. Hintt, R. Dranier, Miss Englebrecht, G. VVellnitz, XV. Vetterman, L. Kramer, I. Coughlos. -ith Row: Miss Churchill, M. Lowry, li. Byrne, C. Iiietlermann, D. Mock, D. Sperry, L. Wright, M. Wakefield. 5rd Row: B. Linnell, H. Naxos, C. Ilolden, K. Castle, M. Howard, O. Littler, F. Reeder, M. Lisor. 2nd Row: M. Ponsonby, li. Rippberger, W. Tetlow, E. Fox, H. Cutter, B. Schwarz, B. Rothfuss, M. Struve, D. Palm. Front Row: M. Caggin, I. Miller, ll. Ryan, P. Ballard, Ii. Roche. Tl-IE MASK AND BALIBLE President Katherine Castle Vice-President Rita Meagher Secretary Betty Rippbergcr Treasurer Henry Cutter Sponsor Miss Keeney The "Mask and Bauble' is a more recently organized club than the 'LElgin High School Players." It is open to Freshmen and Sophomores, and has a membership of Hfty. The members of this group are selected by try-outs held at the beginning of each school year. The purpose of the club is to further an interest in and knowledge of drama. At their meetings the members study the directing of plays, the art of make-up, and the managing of props as well as the acting of plays. The club prepares the younger students of the Elgin High School for 'LThe Elgin High School Players," made up of Iuniors and Seniors. On December 10 and ll the members put on in auditorium "The Piper's Pay," a one act comedy. Much talent was shown, and everyone liked the play. At the beginning of the second semester they worked out another clever play, putting it on first before their club members and then in auditorium. The name of the play was "Box and Cox," and the parts were taken by Iames Coughlos, Louis Kramer, and Betty Rippberger. The sponsor, Miss Keeney, and also Miss Churchill and Miss Mabel Englebrecht have devoted a great deal of time toward making the club a success. 115 if I W Q MWAXNW I"I'l'l'l'l1'I f' . Nh 9 lima ummm ffl .4 ............g Q ' 2 : 1. 0 l . un P' . ,, Y uf' xp Y ' , Q r ag " 'Agni - 4 .."'l"" , .5 .s A fi, Wx Wi THURSDAY NIGHT CAST-SENIOR CLASS PLAY Inset: W. Leroux, A. Crocker. N. Koshnick, M. Churchill, E. Roddis, E. Hunt, M. Moore, R. Brightman, A. Crocker, H. Gillette, M. Muntz, M. Milligan. TI-IE SENIOR CLASS PLAY "MRS, BUMPSTEAD-LEIGH' On December 4 and 5 the Senior Class presented "Mrs. Bumpstead-Leighf' a comedy in three acts by Harry Iames Smith. It is a very modern play and extremely clever. Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh, better known as Della, had come from the London socially elite with her mother and younger sister, Violet. The main reason was to marry Violet to Anthony Rawson, of the very aristocratic family of New York Rawsons. Everything runs smoothly until she learns that Pete Swallow, her former Indiana lover, is coming to luncheon. But she is only bafHed for a short time. She chucks her mother oil to bed and with the aid of her lorgnette and English accent is able completely to deceive Swallow. But the blow comes after her departure, when Violet announces that they really did come from "Missionary Loop, Indiana, and that Dad did make every cent out of patent medicine." They are not lost, however, for soon Violet tells that she and Goeffrey, Anthony's younger brother are engaged. Then the DeSalles are not banished from the Rawson home. The story ends happily as Iustin and Miss Rawson give the young couple their blessing. Miss Biersach should certainly be thanked for the expert way in which she took charge. Both casts were excellent and deserve much congratulation. Miss Abell's art classes and Mr. Angel's manuel training class did excellent work with the stage setting and furniture. Appreciation also goes to Mr. Kersten for his assistance with the lighting. 116 V' Q4 nf" a' f FRIDAY NIGHT SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST V Nl WIIIIIIM l'Il'llU"" K xx A mn www 'GMM IX! X in 1. E. ,.......... ln-,f 5 Inf 4 5 .xx 5 Y - G A 2 ' ' F" ,su ." ' 5 ,. 4' f 1, 5 11' 1 Y llllll A r ,, . 4-57 7 .f . M . ly aj S . D , Wag? 5 ll" .. E ll' ,Q Q 'W -1: I , Q Back Row: R. Romcis, M. Milligan, D. Miller, E. Hunt, W. Marson. 2nd Row: I. Anderson, W. Leroux, M. Britton. Front Row: D. Mackenzie, C. Palmer, E. LeBlanc, V. Rice. Inset: R. Romeis, C. Palmer. SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST Thursday night Mariam Iane Muntz Morris Milligan Norbert Koshnick Edward Hunt Emmett Roddis Marian Churchill Warren Leroux Robert Brightman Harriet Gillette Alice Crocker Marelu Moore Ruth Farmiloe Miss Rawson Mr. Rawson Goeffrey Rawson Anthony Rawson Stephen Leavitt Mrs. Stephen Leavitt Peter Swallow Kitson Mrs. De Salle Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh Violet De Salle Nina 117 Friday night Iune Anderson Morris Milligan Robert Romeis Edward Hunt Wilbur Marson Mary Britton Warren Leroux Dallas Miller Elvira Le Blanc Dorothy Mackenzie Cornelia Palmer Vera Rice 'S- IR KN IXXXXXXXHXR ITITIYII1 f' , Vw! mn mn i f , LA .SE t We u,s--...Mag E 4' A iq -'vii 5 ' 1- "- 'W 5 I -: Tl 'TX un ami V it mg, ' -as ' wg ,y A Y V S xi 6 II .rmtv ZA ,I Nl O ,S 5 Q5 THIRD ACT FOURTH ACT THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "LITTLE WOMEN" In the spring of 1930 the Iunior Class presented "Little Women," an adaption by Marion DeForest from the well-known story by Louisa M. Aloctt. The play follows closely the plot, setting, and characterizations of the book. The play was very well acted both nights due to the capable direction of Miss Biersach. The costumes and scenery were very lovely and suited to the play. Much credit goes to the committees who had charge. CAST Thursday night Friday night Dorothy Mackenzie Io Ruth Farmiloe Mariam lane Muntz Meg Marelu Moore Cornelia Palmer Amy Vera Rice Carolyn Scheele Beth Marion Churchill Iune Anderson Marie Dibler Ruth Peck Wesley Adams Robert Romeis Rifchwil i-71 Brighnnan Herbert O'Brien William Fritts Mrs. March Aunt March Hannah Brooks Laurie Mr. .Lawrence Mr. March Professor Bhaer 118 Mary Britton Dorothy Good Harriet Gillette Edward Hunt George Lindoerfer Howard Rovelstad Roger Hess William Fritts l v' Q11 hzfa ' I if Ml lllll i I nm XXX f 5...-.. we ' Q N IH, ff of as . ' A . 7:4 er 7 Y "'y,f f' ffl. I Q Q -ME, may fs' l ' ' 1g ' ' y Z r f . f 2. 1 WK.. 1' , , up 4 ll p . . 4. . ,. , , , , ' C , if i W , tw E Comedy Concert Ensemble E. AFFELD -- Curtain Raisers - G. HEATH Tl-IE CCDMEDY CCDINICERT The annual Comedy Concert, once again presented by the Mirror Board, was one of the best and most original ever produced. Each stunt was enthusiastically received by the audience, making the whole produc- tion a great success. The Boys, Glee Club gave some very delightful songs as an opener. "The Squire's Bride" was next and certainly deserves credit for being different and full of laughs. Cecile Held entertained with a short tap dance in front of the curtain. Next came the "Rajahs of Rhythm," whose interpretations of Ben Bernie, Phil Spitalney, and Clyde Mc- Coy were indeed clever. Added attractions were a trombone solo by Glen Anderson and a tap dance by the well-known favorite Cornelius Davis. Robert Romeis, as leader, walked away with much honor as a famous juggler. "Taxi,', a short and extremely clever one-act skit before the curtain, was next. The acting was perfect-direction by Miss Biersach. "My Lady's Dresser," put on by the Senior Blue Tri-Y, was lovely both in color and character. It showed much time and effort. An unusual act was next. The old song hit "Billy Boy" was acted out unusually by Veille Emons and Iohn Gray. In the next act another song, "Around the Corner,', was presented. In this there were a sweet young maid and a bold dashing "Major,,' assisted by a chorus of young men and women. "The Family Albumv was the most original production of the evening, and exceptionally well worked out. Last of all was a Utake-off' from the popular operetta "Three Little Girls." In this many delightful songs and dances were given. Between the acts Edward Affeld and Gerald Heath kept the audience in constant laughter, thus making it one grand and glorious evening. 119 JY- rn 1 'flfiii gy efllwtfg, ., 6 " T' 99321514 A lrififl 'W A i Tmfal.-fd . li -mf 'V Q I if? N X 0 W? Standing: VV. Brady, L. Marr, Mr. Wilson, G. XVittenberg. Sitting: M. I. Muntz. I4. Bowman, I. Smith, M. A. Ilelman. DEBATING Debating was not so enthusiastically entered by the students this year, as debating takes up a good deal of time and effort. However, out of the eleven students who tried out, seven were placed on the varsity squads. Bruce Bowman, Mary Alice Helman, and Grace Wittenberg composed the negative, and Mariam lane Muntz, William Brady, Iennie Smith, and Lois Marr, the affirmative. The issue for argumentation was, Resolved: That the Chain Store System is Detrimental to the Best Interests of the American People. With no competition beforehand, Elgin met Ioliet in a conference debate February 19. The affirmative team gained a strong victory at home, while the negative, at the prison city, lost by a very close margin. The dual decision, given to Elgin, put our teams in the championship meet which was held at East Aurora, February 26. There, both of our squads were defeated, the affirmative losing to West Aurora and the negative to East Aurora. Since Elgin had been defeated twice, the Hnal clash came between East and West Aurora, the latter taking the conference laurels. Elgin later participated in two non-conference debates, one against Dundee and the other against Morton High of Cicero. Our teams have met with keen competition throughout the season and they, together with their coach, Mr. Walter Wilson, should be praised for coming as near to victory as they did. The freshmen-sophomore debate is an important event in the debate calendar. It usually gives as much rivalry and useful experience as do those of the conference. The fourth annual classic was staged in 1930, and the sophomores, the class of 1932, won the debate cup for the second time in two years. The winning team, arguing on the affirmative side of the Chain Store issue, was composed of Iennie Smith, Elspeth Wise, and Gertrude Walker. Although the freshmen squad of Marian Lisor, Lenore Wright, and Iulius Nodel was less fortunate in the decision, it did, however, show splendid debate form. The value of these debates is shown by the fact that the contestants usually become interested and are better able later to present their tactics in the more important inter- scholastic contests. 120 459 jg' ' , V ,J I' I YQ' "' f L J. n. Q' .Avanti IL L I isiiiefialglfl EAW We i' lin ' 1 I I "9" v ,..eml5n...:M SUSE? . 4 ' .4YK.ai'i , HNN5 lflll-ILQIAI Q is nnnn yllx Q .Wi ' .E ..... i X s 5. A ' f in A-., - . . -- ia s. . ,.hw"' ,5 c s so 5. In KA. gi, WF Vi 0 Back Row: A. Ross, R. Fidler, M. Muntz, M. Burmeister, E. Eshelman, C. Kern, A. Britton, F. Bosworth, D, Miller, E. Ackermann, W. Leinert, M. Toppler, D. Hodge, M. Britton, Miss Knudson. Clarinets: M. Milligan, W. Leroux, P. Ballard, D. Baumruck, H. Reason, W. Spalding. Altos: C. Seymour, C. Holden, H. Gillette, I. Anderson. Flutes: V. Yeaton, D. XVelling. Violas: D. Cook, XV. Perion, G. Unruh. French Horns: W. Adams, F. Andrews. Violins: A. Smith, G. Bloemke, M. Hamlin, R. Larson, M. Barnes, W. Gromer, B. Miller, M. Egoroff, M. Brown, W. Tetlow, R. Carlson, Schultz. Violin, front row: M. Post, V. Britton, K. Battin, I. Schultz, E. Iurs, E. Le Blanc, F. Held, P. Runge, D. Bohner, N. Davis. TI-lE FIRST ORCHESTRA President Harriet Gillette Vice-President Morris Milligan Secretary-Treasurer Iune Anderson Librarians Wesley Adams and Mary Britton Director Miss Knudson This year the First Orchestra has undertaken something new. It gave several concerts from 11:00 to 11:45 in the morning for the grade school children. The orchestra was very fortunate in securing Madame Sturkow-Ryder for their fall concert, which was given in connection with the First Girls Glee Club. Besides the groups by the orchestra and the glee club, Madame Sturkow-Ryder played two numbers with the orchestra and gave a group of numbers alone. The orchestra is proud to have several members who have played in the State Orchestra which has met for the past three years in the fall at Urbana. Those who have played are: Dorothy Baumruck, Wesley Adams, Mary Britton, Donald Hodge, Warren Leroux, Harriet Gillette, Charlo Holden, Carol Seymour, and Iune Anderson. Harriet Gillette and Dorothy Baumruck also attended the National Orchestra Camp at Inter- locken, Michigan. This year the orchestra gave its annual spring concert, played for two auditorium programs, the commencement exercises, and participated in the annual May Festival, which was held at Dundee instead of St. Charles as it has been previously. 122 -I wuz ' Q0 at T 'Z i illi E QT ,f Y ' I anna s ' Q a t is H Blu"-t My . ' X Back Row: M. Muntz, W. Leinert, R. Fidler, K. Trent, F. Anderson, M. Milligan, W. LeRoux, R. Pompa, A. Hartman, E. Torok, R. Parker, L. Breslick, B. Rifkin. Third Row: S. Warner, S. Seimer, E. King, R. Ackeman, D. Senger, W. Rowe, O. Cook, B. Rosengarden, A. Holtz, G. Nullner, L. Wyman, H. Flliot, F. Sommers, R. Hamilton, G. Wittenberg, F. Andrews, VV. Adams. Second Row: T. Iacobs, R. Fischer, Ii. Steftin, B. Bowman, G. Dearlove, G. McOwen, P. Ballard, P. Burdick, R. Biddle, H. Welling, F. Meuser, M. Harvey, D. Deming, E. Post, R. Brightman, H. Hay, G. Anderson, A. Britton. First Row: A. Baumruck, D. Baumruck, VV. Hecht, V. Yeaton, D. Welling, S. Vanllerlinder, B. Foltz, I. Miller, W. Gannon, G. Holland, D. Hodge, VV. Czsichhi, S. Griggs, E. Breslick, C. Kern, G. Bero, H, Coon, G. Anderson. U. K. Reese. Tl-IE FIRST BAND President Wesley Adams Vice-President Donald Hodge Secretary-Treasurer Allen Britton Director Mr. Reese For the past few years the First Band has been steadily increasing in members and instrumentation. The band now has seventy pieces and all the band instruments. Although it lacks additional numbers in certain sections, the instrumentation is quite well balanced. In the spring of 1930 the band gave a concert at the Masonic Temple, and this same spring won First place in the district contest, class A. It also placed first in sight reading over all bands in the district. As do the other first organizations the band meets three times a Week, Monday, Wed- nesday, and Friday, for practice. There is one rehearsal a week for each section of the band. The students greatly enjoy and appreciate the band's playing for the football games. Their peppy music adds much to the spirit of the games. This year through the courtesy of Samuel Insull, who furnished the busses, our band was able to accompany the football team to Rockford. This year the band, like the orchestra, has given concerts for the grade schools and has also played for auditorium. It gave its annual spring concert and helped to make up the band at the May Festival. 123 ! yffs MJTT-A.. Xia IJ i - anus gm, E -in nr . N Q3 , F ' ' 2. F N Y 6 1 550 - 'A A 2 ml QQXFE 0 41. st . we T ' X 3 .. K ' '- IIW. A R , Z' XX mm., Back Row: K. Byrne, R. Uric, A. Abell, M. Moore, L. Fehrnian, P. Taylor. 5rd Row: M. Churchill, I. Pfafllin, D. Palm, Miss Knudson, I. Moore, G. Schaefer. 2nd Row: I. Boldt, M. Marson, D. Spohnholtz, K. Saam, M. Iohnson, V. Grupe, I.. Hohne. Front Row: G. Wolff, V. VVallace, I. Gilford, A. VVickham, L. Ponsonby, M. Mink, M. Newcomer. TI-IE FIRST GIRLS GLEE CLUB President lane Moore Secretary-Treasurer Catherine Saam Librarian Florence Auble Director Miss Knudson The First Girls Glee Club is the most advanced of the girls singing organizations in high school. The members are made up only of girls who have had previous experience in glee club or chorus singing. Everyone who enters must have the ability successfully to pass the tryout. In the fall the First Girls Glee Club gave a concert in connection with the orchestra and Madam Sturkow-Ryder. They have also assisted the orchestra this year in the concerts given for the grade schools. The First Girls Glee Club is perhaps the organization in school which is most in demand for concerts outside of school. This popularity is no more than their singing deserves. Their excellent tone quality and interpretation is a delight to any audience. In October the Girls Glee Club sang at the District P. T. A., and they have had a number of local appearances at the Baptist church, the Elgin Musicians' Club, and for the graduation exercises. They also formed a part of the chorus which sang at the Fox Valley May Festival in Dundee. 124 .fem s, fi NYT " M arg ii 517.5351 'vxfmg . F73 ll Flu FP m.P eTfi'.Qg.'T : Avg 1 ,Sf A "rfr'i'1 V - ' U " lu 5 Xl, 'W'-. , ww W Ei if l'op Row: I. Hain. G. l,iniloerfer. l'. Horn, O. Matteson. K. Shaw. ll. Schultz. Znml Row: ll. Rovelstail, 9 n r. Front Row: S. Van llelintlcr, VV. li. Peak, 'l'. Keane. Miss lilma linglelwrecht. li. Ilum. ll. .an 4 l,eRoux. V. Teichen, lf. llahne, l.. lllakesley, R. Rt-id, lf. Bosworth. Tl-IE JUNIOR-SENIGI2 BUYS GLEE CLUB Director4Miss Elma Iingelhrecht The lunior-Senior lioys Glee Cluh is a new musical organization in school this year. The first semester it was not organizetl, hut it was iust a picketl group of lunior anal Senior boys exceptional in voice and also in appearance, antl it mel once a week at the Franklin school gymnasium. NVorking uneler the handicap ol' no place to practice hut the gym. with its poor acoustics, antl singing to the accompaniment of a piano which was out ol tune. the glee cluh tlicln't get untler way until three weeks alter school startetl. The secontl semester they met three times a week in the autlitorium anal so hatl lar more opportunity to prepare numhers. lt was very liortunate that the group remainetl intact at the micl-semester anal were able to atltl two new memlwers. The purpose ol' the IuniorfSenior lioys Glee Clulw is to secure halance in parts antl quality of voice rather than numlners. The memliership is limitecl to twentyflour. The hoys macle their first appearance in a program ol' Christmas music given lwelore the lunior-Senior anal the FreshmenfSophomore groups. They have heen in tlemantl lor various programs in the city anal at school, singing for the High School P. T. ,-X., the Utltlliellows lotlge, antl at the May Festival at Duntlee. 125 K QT f ,fi dc, X , Ji., 1 'ir-'15 1 AQ? 2 f-EN 1 I- '. Jill . , iii "tilt X P .Qi 'I . NH wwf A1153 ya X 6? 'si iw 4, lof fc fl? i .yi 43 - we -fwgwif. ag, - . "OV I VAX '- MMV i w5'sl1Pw.'l5 Till-:1?g..'Ei-.s f fi Upper Group- Back: R. Grote, Miss Knudson, Hopp, F. Van Argo, W. I.eRoux, G. Giesler, D. Hodge. Clarinets: S. Keuffman, L. Lauck, F. Kru. Cornet: M. Harvey. Cello: R. Wray, H. Born. Violins, lst: D. Hohner I.. Hameister, M. Hamlin, VV. Tetlow, li. Mock, R. Miller, A. Steinke, E. Nichol, G. Sipple, E. NVolaver R. Pate. Violins. Znd: N. Bain, I. Volpp, D. Ferron, E. Burt, R. VVagner, D. Weston. Lower Group- Back Row: I. Heunard, VV. Gannon, C. Cronenberg, F. Chatterton. C. Mcliona, B. Riiikin, S. Rafileson A. Goldman, li. Fshelman, VV. Czsiehhi. Saxaphone: VV. Stonebreaker, A. XVaterman, I. Sylla, G. Millner A. Holtz, H. Harteldt, S. Hreslieh. Clarinets: H. Samuelson, R. Van Natta, N. Eamnions, IJ. Senger O. Shaw, I. Hawkins, VV. Rowe, B. Linnell. Mellophone: O. Egorofli. Cornets: D. Demning, F. Meuser B. Hain, R. Kisselberg, C. Thiel, I. Kasules, F. Baker, M. Burman, K. Smith, G. Fehrma,nn, W. VVegman TI-IE SECOND ORCHESTRA The Second Orchestra is open to any one who has an orchestral instrument and would like to play. It was shown by the success of an auditorium program with the Boys Glee Club before the Freshmen and Sophomores that this organization as well as the First Orchestra is one for E. H. S. to be proud of. The Second Orchestra offers training and experience for the First Orchestra. Tl-lE SECOND BAND We have a Second Hand of about forty pieces, and anyone who plavs a band instrument is eligible to VV. Symons. belong to this organization. As the members become prolicient and as openings occur, they are promoted to the First Band. They played last spring for the American Legion. 126 1 s v 1 s v 1 Ina "" F my .Q2+ff,71.?-1-.fl ...I H... It r--A ' f: , . V" .I Q ' I QP ' if I I , M s Y 'Wi Mft ,, f I. at . '4 ',.:,n' -Q . ,Q in V 7' :IPI . Q . "M, I ' X . I Upper Group- Q35 'Ilip Ruw: S. liulinti, I". Cfmtiii, Il. Iiirnc, G. Wallin-r, .L .Xht-ll, II. Ncxvmtin. li. Schultz, ll. I.t1icli, I.. Nt'ith.unmci', M. Orglc. II. Iiutlcr. ith Row: I. Iiritum. G. Ilcclhlzulc, S. R.ims.ii, R. Ilrcnt-r, M. Rows, Ii. Schultz, Ii. Ifnx, M. Iit-iinnrtli. G. Mugler. Ii. Vain Argn, IJ. I.l1gL'I'5ll'UlII. -lth Row: L. l.iu'sun, A. Ilurns. Ia. Rt-uni, I. lirgintl, X. Stummc, l.. Iht-tlcriiigiiiii, A. Ixlug, K.. l.t-vcrciiz, I'. Ryslmm, Ia. l.icncrt, l.. Ilnpp. .iril Ruw: Ii. ZUFIIICIIIX. ID. VV1ignt-r, N. Iihcling, I.. St-yllcr, Miss Knuclsun, C. Ilulligcr, G. Ilcrtsch. Ii. I.iimh, I. Smith, Ci. Mucllcr. Znil Rmv: ll. Nichols, M. Stt-inltc, I. liniztili, K. Iitlwnrils, I.. Ziniincrinzin, M. Puts, 0. Grimm, M. Rows. M. Igiclasun, Front Row: I-'. Niss, I'. Uslmrnu, G. iicliliiigicliciy VV. VVccks, A. Uqiriis, M. Iiliikcslcy. ID. Spcrry. Lower Group- Iintuk Rmv: Miss Iiligrllirt-clit, V. Carlson. IJ. Rittis, I.. Ilnrris, N. Smith. I.. Rifkin, II. Ifri-ist-. Zncl Row: Ii. Ihililt, I.. Wilson. C. VVtihl, Ii. Ollincr, XV. limwn, I. Rviul, G. Miller, If. Ilchl. Ifrnnt Rmv: YV. Ilnrtcn. I. Gray, Ii. Iicilwcll, I.. Mink, I. Conync, Autcn, G. Ificlcls. Tl-IE SECOND GIRLS GLEE CLUB 'liht' Sccnntl Girls Glu' Cluh nt-ul nu longer he uunsitlcrcsl nicruly xi training liur tht- First Glu- Cluh, fur il has mgulc itsclf tlistinctivc this yctu' hy thc work it has tlnnc. Ont- of thc It-.ittirt-s til tht-ii' yugir was tht- annual Clirislmgis IILIFIY which they gave ut tht- I.1ii'l4in Ili: IIIC. ll-llf BUYS GLEE CLUB I.1ist spring Miss Knutlsun :intl Miss Iingvlhrt-clit hcgiril ii coiiccrt giit-n In gi lmys qlinir of cliaingvcl :intl tincliiingt-cl vniucs. 'Iht-5 wt-ru sri much iinprcssccl that they linrc nrggiiiixt-il thc Huis Gluc Cluh this yrair into II gmup mil' hugs with clmngcml nnil uncli.mg4'tl xoiucs. 'lihis first t'xpt'riincnI h.is prmcn ai hig success. 127 if .!, r'f+'++1i 1 1 ,T .- iw, l I 'lil' ,-. ,way , , lf .3 ii sw ,. i 12 , 'U iilu vu" Fw? rf11f':.'.li' 'R ' -..lim ' 'fi-.wif " 'Nl' ff. 715 , Yi, Q S J lg.- Q . l if lrf kb Upper Group- Buck Row: L. Bchrcn, Ii. 'I'illcry, M. Kihlc, M. Groupncr, E. Mason, I. Zcpzyk, G. Iohns, L. Kevcrn, L. Steinway, R. Engcllwrccht, Miss Engclbrccht. Third Row: F. Hamcistcr, I. NVagncr, D. Richoz, R, Kcntlzill, V. Lutz, A. Abell, M. Miller, M. Koyn, D. Rycn, Ii. Dormann, E. Swanson. Sccontl Row: R. Gclalmiichcr, M. Wallace, L. l,cVcinc, M. Hall, L. Guschcn, R. Hayes, O. Hcaclbcrg, V. licrtsch, G. Cooper, C. Van lk-rlinrlcr. First Row: M. Ponsonhy, B. Bellows, E. Schwab, A. Irish, L. Rclmcr, E. Lange, M. O'Bricn, L. Ilcnncgzin, C. Ska-cn, D. Mallory. Lower Group- lliick Row: Miss llngcllvrccht, li. Stcttncr, li. Bergman, L. Griggs, M. Miller, I7. Rnuc, M. Gorogh, II. Dickson, G. Crow, F. Spohnhollz, A. Glzisliagcl, lb. VVright, M. Therion. Thirml Row: Il. Luscbcrg, B. Iliinscn. F. Ioncs, D. Ilumllcy, ll. Connery, C. Britton, A. Hero. Sccontl Row: R. Kumics, M. Hanson, G. Ilzinlcy, H. lliizos, M. Brown, IJ. Bohm-r, M. XVcrrlmch, Lois Powell, li. Iitlwzirtlson. First Row: M. Iilliot, li. Roimhe. M. Mulicc, M. Soxl, I. lllaickliurn, E. Mock, li. Kosfhnick, R. Painter. Cl-lCDI2US Thr Girls Chorus is gin organization open without tryout to any girls who enjoy singing. They msc! once or twice ll week unslcr thc tlircction of Miss Flmzi lingclbrccht. TREBLE Cl-IGH? The 'lrulwlc Choir is Al sclcctctl group of voices maclc up from thc girls who wt-rc in the griulc school ,ulcc clubs. 'lilicy msct thrcc times gi week untlcr the Llircction of Miss Elma lingclhrccht anal aim to tlo hnishctl work. Tlic miiin mr vosc of this orminizution is to furnish mutcriiil for the St-coml Girls Glcc Club. l l n 128 wiv 2, , sf' fu, .im . Egg' ,mf gk n 2-, fc? . , 1 , Q -. ra 5 . w x..,1-. 'fn .W :L A -- ,A .-.1 .- fir: Eff: '. 35' Q", W, ,. ,. 942' ff 335' ' ' Mp , 3, Am if. X-7 ,,,.., . :ry is ,., .mmm -nw I ,H VW' P26-' '1- IL: J QL" nd. NME? ,el 10 QB-Ll CATlONS 129 'T A, , r--1 me f Q ' "' A 9 . 7, 5 - t SEEN " X' ' -I I E165 F II 1 B if H.ul!"' ,Q , .1 '11 N ff' K Xi 21156 :V N 1?'1A1213.U MOORE ABWZV I?OiT9Qf imrou ww, nw mv f'1Bl?YA.l.ECff HUMAN A681 corroa MADY C. FIIILED QUTTI 'DI-UJBQQGS LNTDQ DEDSUH KEEKEQ wires: EDITOR THE MIRROR ' 1930-31 '13Uldl'l WEEKS NAPT nuts ws-rea CLUS ELGIN HIGH SCHOOL MIRROR The 1930-1931 staff of the Elgin High School Mirror has put out a weekly paper that is improved in quality beyond any previous year's publication. It is to he de- plored, however, that the subscriptions de- crease as the paper increases in excellence. A position on the staff is usually merited through experience gained and work done in the iournalism classes, because the per- son who has been trained to assume res- ponsibility is the most efficient worker. Mariam lane Muntz, the Editor-in-Chief, and Howard Rovelstad, the General Man- ager, attended the Illinois High School Press Association Conference at Cham- paign, November 21-23, 1950. The Mirror won the Distinguished Honor Rating there. .......-.......... ' . 130 -1 ffi 4--is ggumuma-l ,.--I-1 5 l E 7 , Vi K I, Af' wf A, , ' HQ? ,' eq.-0 1 Y 'dx Inns mind? at ll Q -A VWTU 4. w g 0 Q' Q V55 'QOGFR HE-55 ELNER WEXCHEL XYMO VUCE. Vfdlfvlflll 5U5IfQKPYlON NPK4 The Mirror liugircl sponsurecl the Comemly Concert on March nineteenth :intl twentieth. This year greater em- phasis was plucetl upon the musical numbers in the Comedy Concert, aiml stunts were fewer in number but better . , ,. . . ' 1 r Dgggqj in quality. lhe prmluetiun was one ot C,e,EEl,iiQHXlEsEliErN srweurg J the uutstumling events uf the year, gincl :ls usugll vietl with the clziss plays in pnpulurity. livery member of the stuff is to he ummm-mleml for his steusly service given tlimugliout the entire year. The work eonnectetl with such il publication us the Mirror requires constant anml untiring faithfulness. The whole staff has liveil up to the stnmlartls uncler the :ihlc , , W c Kliruniml nf Mihs mlb hfflvl l.ANQllUl:3f'fl C'UI2Tlts l..Ul'll"l ' HSVQ-1171? as rg-v iw xx Your i.- ' as Eliillll PEW?-ON ELLIZADLTH'lvL'Y11Gw'DAYt1UND QAHILL sims swam so. swam screws, Us news :mow QD - 1 -i..---1--.-1-.--.-. Q f , s flxssai i.Awu3:m 'XEOQQYHY eww 7 POYT3' I D NWS ' Am 120:15- T 'VMI 131 rf 415 N Emu mn vii 1 Q QW x nw-QA K.. g....l Q ' 1 1 a f ' E ., . SSE :Ir "' Y 'ai .N umm f m, , Y ww . y M 1 H, S .J r 5 M" I xy H ,,-"U ,Q ' .if N Y syfx . 0 Q 8' 152 1 tw -.' IW D PEAQSON cl STAQQEVT nuameaa nnmssu Aww wrmlao new in accounts of all the important accomplish- ments and events that have occurred during the last school year. It hopes to show how the process and art of huilding is carried out in school life, leaving out all the undesirable statistics with which the laborer is concerned. The Stall has endeavored to keep up the quality of the Maroon and still stay within a lowered lwudget. Originality in theme and style was worked for. Much credit can be extended to Miss Newman, adviser, and Miss Alvell, art instructor. Miss Cleary and her salesmanship classes also deserve thanks for their splendid efforts in selling the book. Q. HEXNE JUNE! YSTHISENYXIIVS '1 icy Vl"i' ii ,....-s. 5 is 452 M 'if ,uf Xiiyw o sn iw- 2 'Y 7 Q s of ,, K' f el, W Y lf. ' K ., ' Q me ., lg' 4 'a 4 4, 'li- QW gf meuuizcniu. D. GPKYECHIXXD, Oil? AQ-TXST lW5n5T C. 5 L. 5El.l6SON rwnacummu nan. straw-mar mime M. DlDl..EI2 vnovoeizmm simon E, KQKUYJS -rvvisr 'lk vi .1 '- fn E..-f---ffm , """"'1 . 'l V a ,, ,Q 'ggggi . 'Regal Qian 2 f 'l i S is l it Staniling: M. Rotelstacl, A. Ross, li. Ream. NV. Bratly, li. VVeichel. Seatetl: Miss lillis. M. Muntx, ll. Rovelstatl, M. Phelps. CDUILL AND SCRQLL Quill and Scroll. the international honorary society lor high school journalists. was organized for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding intliviclual achievement in iour- nalism or some relateml lieltl. The society has the support of Americais most outstanding journalists antl is also enclorsetl hy famous educators. To he eliuihle for a charter ol' Quill and Scroll, a hi-fh school must Buhlish a news- P1 ' x ' I' . l A paper. an annual. or a magazine which reaches the stantlartl requirecl hy the executive hoarcl ol' the society. lil-'in Hifili School was ffrantecl a charter in W29. . 5 2' U ,-Xccorcling to the constitution, memhers of Quill anal Scroll are chosen from high school stucleuts vvho. at the time of their election, meet these requirements: they must he at least a iunior in stantlingg they must he in the upper thirtl of their class in general scholastic stantlingg they must have clone soiue outstanding journalistic or other creative vvorlig they must he recommentlecl hy the supervisor: they must he approved hy the national secretaryftreasurer. NV. liracly. NI. I. Muntz. M. ik. Phelps, li. Pierson, li. Ream, A. Ross, H. Rovelstacl. Nl. Rovelstatl. antl lf. XVeichel xx ere initiatecl into Quill anal Scroll this year. 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Mr. Saam states: A'Each day spent in school is worth SQ." Miss Pratt assigns seat to Woodrow English. 1 Maroon stadium to be enlarged to seat 3000. Mirror staff comedy. Brightman heads Senior Class. Wet Booster Parade. Opener split with LaSalle-Peru, 6-0, 6-7. Senior Sales committee and Mirror Board officers chosen. Salisbury elected President of Iunior Class. First School Dance! Wow! Carl Schurz bows to Elgin. Maroon Staff chosen-D. Butler and G. Pearson head publication. 135 l -Q im LL... lvl' i f ll, E Q W ull 7 X ' m eg E V IA . ,Ml Sept 2 R250 Y s lm ll l lp Q ti i E' 11. li L' T' 1' f . ,. fx ff ' C If lfE.QHf-J de i ' lie s 2 151-H 5-'seuslg ' 'E fri, Q Q, Mi ZWFX 1 Q Bs-:N ,fvmsfff-X LZ 61,3 5 X Tt 1 i ff 'N 224 ff QM 714. if iw' 9 at ' 'r XX xgjkqri i M5553-1 -avv nav wuz!! X 1 rxxillff ff- f Q .- - 14 :- AX cl: J ' g 1 '5 . with fri 'J W I Vx 5 X 1 X luv X CY A I F S.p+. '1 . 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Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh chosen as Senior Class Play. Cast is announced. 'T' 1 NOVEMBER 1. Heavies tie Ioliet in thriller, 12-12. Lights again win, 14-0. Hot-dog fire! Weichel is warmg others freeze. 3. Report cards. Seniors lead. 7. Lightweights win football Conference de- feating Freeport, 19-12. Majors win 39-6. 16. Class Play Committee announced. 11. Plans made to enlarge stage of E. H. S. 15. Hi-Y Dance. 20. Hi-Y Pot Luck Supper. Those receiving food considered lucky. 21. Academy squelched by night Maroon Eleven, 13-10. 22-30. Vacation and Turkey! 26. Tri-Y Dance. DECEMBER 3-4. Senior Class Play. What a success! 5. "Herbie" Televox on visit here. 8. Report cards. 99 students on Honor Roll. 10-11. "Piper Pays" presented by Mask and Bauble. 12. Christmas Dance. 13. G. A. A. Harold-Lillums Character Party. 17-18. Lindoerfer and Boys Glee Club. 20-24. Christmas Vacation. Q 137 ,fl if ffl f?fxX.--- ff X ""l --e?'w4 Jl3E MWXA, i .f ,fm .,- be M ' 5 l-T7 "Jai . 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JAN UARY Keeker breaks leg as Lightweights rate 1.000 in Holiday games. Majors lose to Freeport Pretzels. "Lucky Star" Dallas Miller escapes in- jury in New Year's Eve auto accident. Science Club presents rollicking, uproar- ious comedy. Boys will be girls, nurses, etc. Heavies repel invading Rabs, 35-16. Lights win close one, 25-24. 12-16. VVeek of cramming for those finals!! 22- 23. 26. 28. 29. 30. 3. 6. 138 . Finals! Oh! Oh! Many people sick. Elgin Heavyweights defeat Ioliet in de- cisive victory 26-l4. Lights lose tough one after hard battle, 22-23. New semester beginsg 126 gala-colored Freshmen enter portals of E. H. S. Seniors surpass school scholastically since September. Galaxy of stars visit E. H. S. First day's seat assignments are read. Rajahs of Rhythm play for Freshie- Sophs. Elgin upsets Freeport Pretzels 30-24, 32-22. FEBRUARY Yo-Yo fad hits E. H. S. and draws 1802, enrollment. Elgin again wins both games, this time from W. Aurora, 25-20, 25-10. Leach and Heine represent Iunior Class on Maroon Staff. One of those "superstitious" dances. Friday the thirteenth. Lucky? Rabs hand Maroon double defeat, 24-23, 33-19. Senior Class Committee announced. Huber gets all "wrapped up in a piece of string." "Box and Cox" presented in auditorium programs. Yo-Yo's becoming popular. Mr. Miller to have class next semester. Maroons continue to lead Big 6 as Elgin downs E. Aurora, 26-19. School debaters win first contest from Prison City. Maroons annex Big 6 Cage Crown, de- feating Mills' men in fast, scrappy game. Lights cop second place, overwhelming Ioliet, 52-18. Comedy Concert to be on March 19-20. MAR C I-I 2 "Bah" Iunior Class Play announced. 3 Elgin debaters win third place in Big 6. 3 4 Dark, mysterious, sleuthy Maroon Stall play presented .Much talent shown!QPj 139 ' , WAN, Q f ll 1 . sf: K. 0 5 ll T 2 i QL' ' E lg ii .5 7' 2 e . Ho . Sig-osslivacu -'of 1 4. ! asv 1 4' ff v . 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But they are downed by St. Charles 28-24. 9. First Honor Roll of semester - no Freshmen, however. 10. "Goloshes day!" 2799 goloshes in school! Somebody only wore one. 12. "Forward ever, Backward never" is Senior class motto. 16. "Bab', cast announced - Mattocks, O'Connell get lead. 20. Iess Pugh! 19-20. Comedy Concert. What a wow! 21. Big six meet at Naperville. 27. Band Concert. 28-April 8-Oh! My! Dear! "Nuf Sed"- Spring Vacation. APRIL 3-4. Track team at Oak Park. 6. Maroon goes to press. 10. Those delightful "Three one-act plays.' Drama Clubs sponsor. 18. Glenbard at Maroon Field. 25. Elgin Invitational. X0 ! f ,f v -wg? fa .3 All V g lima Q ff , -1 Q' iz m.arrX fire canal Q A XX9 .aan T TT of y!lPl'!l 1f'GlAeNba'm:l l'lQre-r---- T' 140 1 MAY . 'f f f f f z! 'Z 4 , 2. Kane County meet at Elgin. X ,f ' 4 f 1 f M 9. District Meer. Q ffffga fi A 1 i , X f F 16. State Finals, Champaign. Qq. I' fix -is A f' f-. it ., 21-22. Iunior Class Play "Bah," a perfect 9' 27" f "M " ... . L g - . .. 4-..N-- . 3 produetlon. fx fxf' N I Af 22. Big 6 Literary Contests at Aurora. XX f X! V' 7 1 ' A-51,01 QL., 23. Big 6 meet at Elgin. . X ' 30. North Central Invitational track meet at 'i m Naperville. 7 , ' , gf QL 1' ,J W W . U l , K. I 1!! by A4 JAN? ff 'BaB' - Q1-.CLas:'PLay ,.i,i-.,......- ily ,- :L-' r lf. .,.-'Q 4,4 gr r f rf ., I ,H .dl ty Wiiilll . .yltf fy C f ff: 9: qui nv: 'X ci -1" F 2 ,2 . in V an :N Q' in. i f 'i .lim ji Rf ffl , K f , I ,4 il f If xy 1 JUNE fwwy 3 1 XX 5. Class Day. 5. Iunior Prom. 9. Senior Prom. 12. Graduation. 15. Alumni Prom. June Q- Sensor' 'Prom -- ..-. W WWfffffffyyffwwwwwffg -ul f , -fax N' SQWEQQSH U X A QDTLA if QD aria Q J gn if KS: 'Le nyvqvgllf Hellman' , J e if rf men! 'X I ny X R 'J em-or-my ll. ' X -1'-'..1 , Ya xg . 1 Nfx' 1 X ' 4, -Q A LX .. , I4 4 ff B , 1 , Q. f fl "1l'llX 1. t liiflil 841:55 ,s . U ,I W 1123!- 'r X," -rue En - 4. W, .Tsang VZ- Grabubfuiu-" --Q-lawless. 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