Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL)

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The early Greeks sought after a well-rounded life, and to this end the children were trained from an early age for participation in the Olympics, which then included many things besides the athletics of which they are now composed. ln this Way they may be compared to a high school, as it tries to lit young men and women for their part in life. lt is for these reasons that the Maroon Staff felt it fitting and timely to choose the Olympics and their ideals as the theme of the 1932 Maroon. if yatfrzw. . .gf HM' i' T Tk' .,, fqfizlil' I -35, ,,-. es.-- 1 ,- xi M Q will . . edleatlon The Greek ideals of life have always been upheld as approaching nearer to the perfect than those of any other race in history. The Greeks endeavored to round out their lives hoth mentally and physically, and en- couraged the participation in all manners of contests in their Olympic games. 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M .. 1 z f, E E . .0 1 4 lf, 5 gg- :Q-, ffl 5: il H, 1 - I,-1.4 I- x 1 , .H L s JH' v if ag I '? w 4 mr. me 175' Q3-ffn X X I -X ff X X .Q X 17 ty zijn 'A QW x-vw X 5 -" ' , -4 WA , F 5,111 , '- ' ji 67 K E u A',"A Z" Xl A J Z' , I4 f ,, H ,i.' -J Faculty XX I-lon R EHS ' THEODORE SAAM W, L, GOBLE Sll1J6'l'i7lf67IdF'IZt Principal Administration Elgin is very fortunate in having such fine heads of the schools as Mr. Saam, the superintendent, and Mr. Goble, the principal. They are continually striving to mal-ze the time spent in school more interesting and fruitful for both the teacher and pupil, and to them should go much of the credit for the smooth running of our schools. Back of them stands the Board of Education, composed for the year 1932-33 of: Edwin F. Gardner, President, R. E. Abell, B. C. Bronson, P. R. Chaddock, R. VV. Hawthorne, L. H. Leitner, H. F. Mattocks, L. W. McGill, R. R. Phillips, Dr. O. C. Prideaux, P. E. Schickler, and F. A. Ziegler. NELLIE DRYSDALE T. A. LARSON ADAH PRATT S. C. MILLER Advisers This year, the advisory staff is composed of two advisers for the girls and two for the boys. Mrs. Drysdale and Miss Pratt are the girls' advisers and have their office in 201, where they meet with the individuals and help them to settle their problems. The boys, advisers, Mr. Larsen and Mr. Miller, may be found in Room 318 when anyone is in dif- ficulty or wishes some kind of help. The advisers give a valuable service in establishing better relations between the teacher and pupil, and in preventing many failures by arranging for special help. CARRIE K. VVILLIFORD LILLIAN HURVITZ Univcrsitics of Chicago. llli- University of Illinois. nois, and VVisconsin. Library "The heart of a school" a high school library is sometimes called. Here centers a continual flow of interests in various lines of school work and contacts with many outside activities. It is a magic place where one may be carried back to any period of history and meet famous people of any age. Through books one may know, intimately, people whom he could not expect to meet personally. Treasures of literature are here: books of science, travel, shopwork, music, home management, business training, or art. This year more students than ever have made use of the library, although conditions have been inconvenient because of limited space, funds, and staff. HELEN L. Ravi-:TT AUGUSTINE M. GOTTA R. N. Charing Cross Hos- R. N. Battle Creek Sani- nital, London. University of tarium Nurses Training Chicago. School. Battle Creek Col- lt-gc. CLARA A. RI-:INKE R. N. Hamilton Normal School, Hamilton, Ontario. C a n ad a. Battle Creek Nurscs Training School. University of Chicago. Health The school system now employs the full time of three nurses to help look after the health of the many pupils. They have regular inspections of all of the students in both the grade schools and the high school, and if necessary recommend further medical attention. In this Way many illnesses are stopped before they have a chance to become serious. The nurses' ofliee is on the First Hoor of the high school. and there is al- ways someone there to give help when it is needed. The Health Staff thus ren- ders a valuable service in the prevention of disease and the rendering of First aid. f' sg. EMMIE U. ELLIS Head of Deparfnzenf Camhridge University. ling- land. University of Wiscon- sin. University of Chicago. ROSCOE CARTWRIGHT li. A. Simpson College. M. A. Creighton Lollege. University of Chicago. ELSIE H. FLETCHER , . N , . lu. A, Olierlin Lollege, Lui- versities of Chicago and lVisconsin. Northwestern lfniversiry. 'Maxi MARGARET E. NEWMAN li. A. Lomhard College. M. A. University of Chica- go. University of Michigan. llari'au'd University. J. NEWELL VONCKX li. A. University of lllinois. University of Chicago. English . i I-'-.r s 9 MARGE f BIERSACH H. Al Carrol College. Uni- versities of Chicago, Colora- do, and VVisconsin. North- western University. mi.. -, l l ' K ? lj. 'lv' l I . C-',' f'.',U'., V! .I 't , , . 'i 'xy 1 X fix fj4,41,fWj- N If 1 MARJORIE CHURCHILL 7 B, A. Knox College. Column hia College of Expression. University of Chicago. , . V I GRACE M. KEATING H. A. University of Wis- consin. Northwestern Uni- versity. NORA B. STICKLING Ph. li. ljiiiversity of Chi- czigo. WALTER M. WILSON li. A. Grinnell College. University of Chicago. The department of linglish is organized on the democratic plan of each for all and all for the school. Meetings are held about twice a month for the purpose of discussing problems, objectives, and standards. While all have similar ohiectives, there is freedom in the manner of ohtaining these. Work in class and individual proiects is encouraged, but proiects are different with differ- ent teachers and with Xaried groups of students. This year special emphasis has heen laid upon the obtaining of better oral reading. To encourage iniproieinent in this work a Iunior Poetry Reading Contest was held in April in addition to the Ninth and Tenth Grade Read- ing Contests held in February. E. C. WAGGONER Head of Department Ii. S. University of Indiana Universities of Indiana Michigan, and Northwest- CFD. W. O. BECKNER IS. A. McPherson College. M. A. University of Chica go. University of Chicago. W. H. P. HUBER Ii. S. Ohio Northern Col- lege. Universities of Chica- go and Illinois. Northwest- ern University. HELEN C. KETTERING B. S. Monmouth College. University of Wlisconsin. Columbia University. CLIFTON E. ADAMS Ii. A. Lombard College. Uni- versity of Illinois. ELEANOR H. DORSETT H. A. University of Illinois. M. A. University of Illinois. University of Chicago. E. W. KERSTEN 15 North Central Col- lege. M. A. Columbia Uni- versity. University of Cali- fornia. f .x4fVl, t JV., f GILBERT I. RENNER Ii. S. Eureka College. Uni- versity of Illinois. Illinois State Normal. ROBERT T. WINN B. A. University of Iowa. State University of Iowa. Science The study of science may he the study of the earth on which we live and its relation to the other planets, the study of the electric dynamo, the ability of nature to combine the raw elements in the con- struction of a beautiful Hower, or the chemistrv involved in changing a poisonous gas 10 3 sweet smelling perfume or a healing medicine, Science is always endeavoring to find an gn. swer to the many problems to which nature alone holds the solution. In this endeavor the chemistry classes are particularly interested in the visual aids, and many educational films, slides. and drawings have been used in pre- senting various projects. f iff' lx P. E. TAYLOR Univcrsity of Chic n g o. Northwt-stern University. ELMER R. BOHNERT I-3. S. Stout Institute. Iowa Staltc College. Ullivcrsiti ' .' ' l "l'.' of Wisconsin .inc Mgyfii .FYI riff C. A. LLOYD University of Illinois. North- wcstcrn University. M. C. MEYERS H, S. Uniicrsity of Minncf sotxl. CLEORA E. JOHNSON Ii. S. Univcrsity of Illinois. M. A. Unircrsity of Missouri. Industrial Arts THOMAS C. ANGELL Armour Institutc of Tech- nology. P. D. HANCE University of Chicago. F. L. MYERS Platteville Stutc Teachers College. Northwestern Uni- varsity. FLORENCE H. FLETCHER Iirgitllci' Polvtcchniczil Insti- tute. Uniwrsiti' of Chicago. 'I'hc Inilustriiil Arts llcpartmcnt trics to proritlc cxpcricnccs which lit thc intlixicluul through his lcnowlctlgc, skills, uttitutlcs .intl iiccomplishincnts to hc mort- useful us gi protluccr. more .ippmcintiic .tml hzippicr :is Ll consuincr, .incl more vgiluuhlc .is il citizen. 5 Thu hors nuikc inuny things in the niunugil training clzisscs that niuy hc uscml in thc home, :intl in iiuto-shop they are pcrmittccl to work on their own ciu' or to mukc any of at nuinlwcr of worth-whilc things. Thc girls in thc cooking clzisscs lC1lI'l1 how lo pi'cpzii'c nn zippctizing .incl ll corrcctly-hulginccml uicail. and in the sewing clnsscs thcy llltllit' clrcsscs for thcmsclrcs as xvcll :is curry' out niiiny other simpler proiccts. ., ss? ' W. A. STUMPF B. S. University of Illinois. Northwestern University. Gregg Normal School. EDNA J. LEWIS Ii. A. Iowa University. DOROTHY IVIURRAY Illinois State Normal Uni- versity. Universities of Cali- fornia and Colorado. Leave of ahsence Ianuary to Iune: Substitute, Mrs. Amelia C. Tetxner. EDITH C. OLSON B. A. Know College. JOHN A. KRAFFT Ph. Ii. University of Chica- go. University of Illinois. Northwestern University. GLI-:NNIE E. MORROW Ph. li. University of VVis- consin. State University of Iowa. NORMA NUERNBERGER Ii. S. University of Nebras- ka. University of California. Berkeley. University of Southern California, Los Angeles. L. V. ROBINSON Ii. S. State University of Iowa. I Commercial To train the student to till capably a position in a business office is the aim of the Commercial Department. By following actual business methods as nearly :Is possible the Department plans to develop a background that will enable any graduate to enter an office as a junior salesman. clerk, or stenographer. Proficiency in stenography is developed, introduction is made to the more common office appliances, a working knowledge of business transactions is given, and the operation of a set of books is taught: the final course offered is one in office training, which applies and en- larges the knowledge the pupil has already acquired in preliminary courses. S C MILLER Head of Department BESS HANIGAN P B. University of Chicago. Colorado State 'Teachers College. Creighton Univer- sity, Nebraska. NELLIE E. PURKISS MARY L. SMITH B A. University of Chicago. University of Chicago. A. University of Chica- of Wisconsin- Northwestern University. and Chicago. ' vard University. Social Science The social sciences under the direction of Mr. Miller offer a great variety of interest- ing and worth-while courses, including economics and social problems as well as history. ln the economics and social problems groups the teacher tries to Ht students for their life after leaving school. They study many problems concerning the economic welfare of the nation and the proper distribution of wealth. Included in this is research on the man- ufacturing and industry of the World, and the correct conduct of business. The social problems classes study the working of the government, foreign relations, and education, and endeavor to make the student a better American citizen and a credit to his community. The history classes offer many courses, ranging from the ancient history of the Greeks and Babylonians through the history of early and modern Europe and up to the modern American studies. It is the aim of the history department to teach the students so that they will be able to meet successfully any situation. KATHERINE H. DAVERY B. A. Beloit College Col A. McPherson College. umbia University. Unner ity KENNETH A. MONTGOMERY H. A. DePauw Univcrsity Universities of Wisconsin B. A. Lake Forest College University of Chicago Har HAZEL LINKFIELD Head of Depart-ment H. A. University of W'iscon- sin. American Academy in Rome. M. A. University of Wisconsin. BEATRICE GROVE B. A. Whitman College. M. A. Middlebury College. MABEL A. ENGELBRECHT Columbia College of Expres- sion. Ph. B. University of Wisconsin. University of YVisconsin. VEGA MOREHOUSE B. A. Drake University. Al- liance Francaise, Paris. Uni- versity of Chicago. M. A. Drake University. IRENE ROVELSTAD B. A. University of South- ern California. Universities of Wisconsin and Southern California. Foreign Languages The aim of all the foreign language teachers is to make the life and customs of the people whose language they are studying a real functioning part of the life of the student. At present there are four languages offered to the students of Elgin High: French, German, Spanish, and Latin. Beginning Spanish is being discontinued because of its close relation to French. German was reintroduced in the fall of 1928 and has grown to Five classes for the present school year. The advanced classes in both German and French are making special studies of the life of the people Whose language they are studying. In the Latin 5 classes a decided change was made in the subject matter and authors. This now gives Work from Pliny, Gellius, Petronius, and Cicero of gradually increasing difficulty. . 15 CLAUDIA V. ABELL Art l EMMA R, KNUDSON N. A. Chicago Academy of Ilflyfgig Dirge-fgr Fine Arts. University of Chi- B Q Dmkc Umvcrsm, algo' prim lmtmmi' H. M. American Conserva- tory of Music. Bush Con- servatory. Columhia Univer- sity. Northwestern Univer- sity. ELMA C. ENGELBRECHT U. K. REESE Band Music and English li. A. Iowa State Teachers College. University of Chi- cago. Chicago Musical Col- lege. Northwestern Univer- sity. Ph. li. University of VVis- consin. Northwestern Uni- versity. American Conserv- atory of Music. Fine Arts The art department of Elgin High School offers more opportunities for creative work than most schools of the state. Excellent equipment and fine teachers combine to provide those wishing to elect the art course with a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of line and color, and prepare them for a more advanced course in college. Miss Knudson has charge of the music department, which has enjoyed a year of more than usual activity. A wide variety of musical opportunities are offered including major music. instrumental, and vocal organizations. Finished concerts by these organiza- tions are evidence of the excellent work done. MF' Mft WILDA L. LOGAN ARTHUR ROGGEN Chicago Normal School of lg- A- HOW' Cwllfaf- M- A Physical Education. Univer- sities of Wlisconsin, Colora- do. and Iowa. Northwestern University. sity' of Michigan. Physical Education The progressive physical educator today is in favor of combining and unifying phys- ical and mental education as one purposive system of activities having their own end, and one sees the tendency very strongly in up-to-date schools. The aim of the physical education department is to provide an opportunity for the individual to act in situations that are physically wholesome, mentally stimulat- ing and satisfying, and socially sound. It may he noted that this aim is in sub- stantial agreement with any acceptable aim of general education. University of Iowa. Univer- ADAH A. PRATT FLORENCE DAMISCH Head of Department B. A. Beloit College. Uni- B. A. Wheaton College. Uni- WNW 'lt Wlsconsln' versities of Chicago, Color- ado, and Southern California. MARY A. PETERS ADELA M. THOM B. A. Iowa State Teachers B- A- Ul1lVCVSlIY Qf K21115415- Collggq, M, S4 Sting Uni- M. A. University ot Chicago. versity of Iowa. HORTENSE E. WILSON li. A. Knox College. M. A. Universities of Illinois anal Colorado. Mathematics The mathematics department emphasizes the practical value of mathematics, its use in occupations, and its informational value: it also emphasizes the development of the individual student by the exercise of his reasoning powers, his power of concentration, his imagination, and self-reliance. In order to promote interest in this suhiect the Math- ematics Club was organized under the supervision of Miss Peters: this club has aroused great interest among the students. EVELYN BOETTCHER EVA MAE JOHNSON S6CV6fllVy Assistant Ser'i'eta1'y llffice The office work of the High School is in charge of Miss Boetcher, assisted by Miss lohnson, who take care of all clerical work. Their courteous assistance is greatly appreciated by those ofthe student liody who come in contact with them. Staiitlinez R. I'ritts, I'. liallartl, la. Mason. I.. Mink. IJ. Ifolltinaii. IH. Powell. I, Cook. li. Post. I. Thissell. St-.itolz I. l".ii'iiirlnie. I. llawliins, A. Ahell. XY. Spaltliiie. Il. Coolx. lf.. ,'Xl'l'elml. Miss Pratt. , , I If " w 1 , 0 e Student Council X l,i'esi1lt'Iil lloligllil Cooli Yi-'e-l'i'4-simleiit XYeslt'i Spalding Secretarx l".tlXK'llI'll .Xlleltl VVith lion Cook at the helm the Stutlent Council steainecl out on the sea ol' school alllairs. Though the going was quite rough hecause ol the severe linancial conditions. the Cfouncil's first proieet. the lyeeuin course. was a big success from the linancial as well as the entertainment point ol' view. A Metropolitan Opera singer. a character impersonator, a tleep-sea tliver. antl a uieniher ol the llyrtl ,Xntarctic lixpeclition gave the stutlents a Iiirist varietl :intl interesting course of entertainments. The tratlitional school tlances were also staged successfully. .Xs the Council was ahle to sponsor a tlance at least once a month. tlancing increased in popularity among the untlerclassmen as well as the Seniors. This year the Council unclertooli a new responsi- Iwilityg in order to hetter contlitions in the halls during the periods, the members stucliecl in the hall tluring their respective stutly iteriotls. .XII in all the Council ol' '51 upheld the tratlitions ol preceding years antl succeetletl in putting a lew ol' their own itleas into practice. 18 4 S,- Seniors D. POWELL MRS. DRYSDALE K. CASTLE N. JENSEN Senior ' Class History The Class of '52 entered in lanuary 1928 with 1-16 freshmen and increased its num- ber in September to 420 students. Members of the class were found in all school activities, athletics, debates, and continually heading 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 as Student Council members. ln the sophomore year the Council members were Donald Salisbury, Donald Cook, Ieanne Maclntyre, and Edward Afleld. Three of our members were on the varsity debate team. ln athletics six boys earned E's and seven girls received minor E's. I-lalf of their high school life over, the Class of '32 became juniors. They started the right way by electing Donald Salisbury president, Howard Schultz vice-president, and LaVon Ponsonby secretary. Their Hrst problem was solved by choosing blue and white for class colors. To aid the condition of the class treasury the play "Babu was presented on May 21 and 22. As a climax to the social activities of the year, the Iunior Prom was a great success. ln September 1931 the Senior year was begun, and, to lead the way in the final spurt, they chose Donald Powell president, Nels lensen vice-president, and Kathryn Castle secretary. Donald Cook was elected president of the Student Council, and Edward Alzfeld, Edgar Post, Donald Powell, and lean Cook were representatives. The "Fourth Wall," the Senior Class Play, presented on December 10 and 11, was a huge success. The Class was well represented in boys and girls athletics. Fred Nottolini captained the heavyweight football team during thc 1031 season. The Senior Prom on Iune 7 was a beautiful and memorable occasion. HELEN ABLEMAN "Sale" Commercial Ir. and Sr. Tri-Y I-2--l: Commercial Club l: Latin Club l: G. A. A. l-2: Mir- ror Staff Nl. WILLIAM ADAM "Bill" Commercial Sr. Class Play Committee: Commercial Club 2. ERNEST W. ACKEMANN "Ernie" General Orchestra l-2-5--l: German Club 2-5-el, Pres. 3: Hi-Y l-2-3--l: Tennis I-2-3--l. Treas. 3: Sr. Sales Commit- tee: Sr. Class Play Commit- tee. BERNIIARD ALBRECHT "Be1'11fe', General GRACE ALEXANDER General Entered as Iunior from La Place High School. I. fn if :fl lf. 'f ff 1 .QM 2 ff RUSALL CHARLES ANDERSON "Russ" General Spring Football li Track 1-2-5--l: Basketball l-2-5--lg Intramural 5: Golf 5. BERNICE MARIE ASAY "Buddy" Commercial Home Economics l-2: Com- mercial Club 5--4: G. A. A. -l: Sr. Class Play Usher. LUCILLE DOROTHY ADAMS EDWARD A. AFI-'ELD 'fEddie" General Ir. and Sr. Class Plays: Stu- tlent Council 2-3--l, Sec. -lg li. H. S. Players -lg Sport Etlitor of Mirror: Hi-Y 4: French Club 2-5: Basketball I-7-5 MAN AKIN "lung" General Student Director Class Plav 5-4: Chairman Sr. Sales Committee: Ir. Latin Club 1: German Club 5--l. 'l'reas. 4: lt. li. S. Players 5-el. GERALD ALEXANDER llrlerrlii, General Fnteretl as Senior from La Place High School. VERLE L. ANDERSON KKMKLW-HCl't0l'Yy General G. A. A.: Mirror Staff 4: Girl Scouts I-2-5--lg Latin Club 1-2: Sr. Sales Com- mittee: Interscholastic Ten- nis: Head Usher Ir. and Sr. Class Plays. ROBERT ANDRESEN p DONALD AUSTIN "Don" General Track l-2-5-4, Captain 2: M. A. C. l-Z-3--lg Spanish Club 35 Sr. Class Play Usher. JAMES EDWARD BAIN "Ji'm.my,' General Football 2-5--l: Basketball I-2-3: M. A. C. Z-5-4 Geography Club 2: Track 4: German Club 4: Glee Club 2-5-4. MILDRED A. BARNES UBCll'71C'1j'U General Sr. Play: Orchestra I-2-5-4 Mask antl Bauble l-21 E. H. S. Players 4: Sr. Sales Com mittee: Tri-Y I -2-3-4 G. A. A. 1-2--L DOROTHY MAE BAUMRUCK nD0tH General First Orchestra I-2-3-4: First Bancl I-2-5-4: ly. A. A. l-2-5-4: Geography Club 2 Latin Club I: French Club 4, Sec.: Blue Tri-Y l-2. GEORGE BAZSALI "Joe" Inzlustrial Football 4: Track 3-4 Geography Club 2: Intra- mural Basketball 3 - -l Hockey 5: Swimming 2. ARNOLD BELL "Arne" General Tennis 3-4: Mathematics Club 2-5-4: IIi-Y 4. 2' , I ERVIN BERMAN "Hwy" 5 General Cheer Leacler 2-4: M. A. C., , k Sr. Class Play Usher. h 'X til 'Q s 5x WILLIAM BLACKBURN General Debating l: Mask .intl Bau- ble I-2: Ir. Latin Club l-2g Conietly Concert l-2-5: E H. S. Players 5-4: Sr. Latin tzitai. iff Ha-Y i-2. HOWARD W. BALDWIN "Howie" Commercial Commercial Club I-2-3-4, Pres. 4: M. A. C. 2-3-43 Football 3-45 Basketball 5-4: Hi-Y I-2: Geography Club Z. HERBERT BARTELT "Herbie" Intlustrial Second Band I: Geography Club 4: Rifle Club I: First Orchestra 1: Second Or- chestra 5: Ir. and Sr. Class Play Committee 2: Intra- mural Sports 2. CHRISTIAN BAZOS "Chris" General Football I-3-4: Basketball 2-3-4: Hi-Y 4: Subsc. Man- ager Mirror -l: M. A. C. 5-4: Intramural Basketball 1-2. RUTH BECKER "Ruthie" Commercial Commercial Club 3-4. ALICE KATHERINE BELSHAN "Toots" Com me reial Commercial Club 4: Sr. Class Play Usher. RICHARD BIDDLE "Dick" General First Bantl I-2-5-4: First Orchestra 4: Mathematics Club 5-4: Ir. Hi-Y l. LEONARD E. BLAKESLEY "Lenny" General Lightweight Football I-2-5. Heavyweight 4: Lightweight Basketball I-2-5, Heavy- weight 4: First Boys Glee Club I-2-3-4: Sr. Hi-Y 3-4: Latin Club 2-5: M. A. C. 2-5-4. LLEWELLYN M. BOHNE General G. A. A.: Mathematics Club: First and Second Girls Glee Club: I Iome Fconomics Club. BRUCE L. BOWMAN General Hi-Y l-2-5-'ll E. H. S. Players. Pres. -l: First Band l-2-5--l: Gen. Mgr. Mirror -l: Debate 2-5--l: Class Plays: French Club 2-3. WILLIAM BRADY "Bill" General Mirror, Gen. Mgr. 4, Bus. Mgr. 5: Debate Team Cap- tain 2-5: lr. anil Sr. Class Plays: E. H. S. Players: Freshman - Sophomore De- bate: Hi-Y, Sec.: Tennis Squafl. MARGARET BREEDING DAVID BREEN ALLEN BRITTON General First Band l-2-3--l, Pres. -l. Sec. 5: First Orchestra 5--l: Comedy Concert 5: Assoc. Eel. Mirror -l: District :Incl State Solo Contest 2. ORPHA L. BURDICK General First llantl l-2-3--l: 'Fri-Y l-2: Latin Club 2: G. A. A. 1-2-5: May Festival 5. IRENE BOLDT "IH General Mask antl Bauble l-2: E. H. S. Players 5: G. A. A. l-2-5--l: German Club 2-5: lilue lri-Y l-2-5--l: Latin Club l: First Girls Glee Club 2-3. JEROME D. BOXBERGER 'illloozfen Industrial Geography Club 2. WILLIAM M. BRANDES AiBiU!7 Inclustrial RiHe Club: Intramural Sports: Geography Club 2: Class VVill antl Prophecy Committee. LUCILLE KATHERINE BREMER "Boots" Commercial Commercial Club 4: Sr. Class Play Usher. ELEANOR BRESLICH General First Band 2-3--l: Blue Tri- Y l-2-5--l: G. A. A. l-2-3--l: Secontl Baml 1. GRAYDON A. BUERK "East RiUe1"' General Footlxlll 1-2-3-4: Tl'HCli5-'li M. A. C. l-2-5--l: Comecly Concert 2: Mirror Sport I Fil -l NELLIE N. BURNS "Nw" General Mask anal liauble I-2-5, Treas. 2: Blue Tri-Y l-2- 5--l: G. A. A. 1-2-5-4: May Festival 5: Cometly Con- cert 5: All School Entertain- ment 2: All Sports. EDITH R. BURREN . "Sq1m'rely" General G. A. A, 3-4: German Club -l: Secnntl Girls Glee Club l: All Sports: lr. anal Sr. Class Play Usher: li Awaril. BERNICE EDITH CARLSON Commercial llnme liennnmies Club l-21 Commercial Club 5--l: Ir. anal Sr. Class Play Usher: Ir. Prom Committee: Clxlss Muttn Cummitteez Chorus 2. LEONARD M. CARLSON "Swefl0" Cummereial 'I' 1' gl Q lt 5-lg lntramural Sports: Sr. Class Play Cum- mittee. YERNETTA LUCILLE CARLSON "Vern Commercial Seeontl Girls Glee Club l-2: Commercial Club 245--l: llume liuiiiuinies Club l-23 Sr. Class Play Usher. KATHRYN CASTLE "Kate" General Pilue 'liri-Y l-2-5-4: Vice- Pres. 2, Treas. 3: Mask anil liauhle l-2-3, Pres. 5: Ii. ll. S. Players -l: Ir. Class Play: G. A. A. l-2-5-lg Mamun Stall -l: l.atin Club l-7 Pres 7 EILEEN E. CHRISTENSEN "Billie" Commercial Cnmmercial Club -l: G. A. A. l-2-5--l: All Athletics: Tri-Y 2-5: Hume Economics Club 1: May Festival S. CHARLES F. CLARK "Chuck" General Latin Club l: Sr. Class Play Committee: liacealaureatc Cnmmittee. l 1 1 JOHN BURREN "Joining Inilustrial Geography Club 2: F. H. S. Players 5-4: Ir. anil Sr. Class Play' Committee 3--ll Intramural Sports 5--l. CARL CARLSON General First Boys Glee Club lg Latin Club 2: Tennis Club 5--l: Varsity Tennis 5,--lg Sr. Class Play Committee -lg Sr. Sales Committee. RUBY ANNABELLE CARLSON "B0bbit"' Commercial Geography Club 2: Com- mercial Club 5: G. A. A. l-2-5--l: Home liennuniics Club 2: Tri-Y Ml: All Ath- letics l-2-5-Nl: First Orches- tra 2-3--l. CHARLES L. CARSWELL "Chuck" lntlustrial Sr. Class Play Usher. CLAUDE CHRISTENSON "Christy" General German Club 2: Geography Club 2: Intramural Ath- letics 2-S--i, Sr. Class Play' Usher. MARGARET C. CIRAULO "Marge" Commercial All Athletics: Tri-Y l-Z-5: G. A. A. 1-2-5--l: Commer- vial Club -l: Girl Scouts 2: May Festival 5. BLANCHE M. COLLIE "Eppze" General Fntererl from Metrupnlis. Illinois, as Iuniur. ROBERTA E. CONNER "Bobbie" Commercial G. A. A. I-2-5--l: Home Economics l: Geography Club 3--l: Commercial Club -l: Music l: "lf" Awaril. JACK T. CONYNE "Red" General Mathematics Club 2: Geog- raphy Club 2: First Glee Club 5--l: Librarian, JEAN COOK f'Cookie" General Tri-Y l-Z-5-4, Pres. -l: Stu- clent Council 4: G. A. A. l-2-3--l, Sec. 5: First Glee Club 2--l: Secontl Glee Club l-5: Mirror Staff, GERALD COULOMBE "Jerry" General Intramural Basketball 2: Golf 3. STYLITA BARBARA DIETZ "Billie" Commercial Commercial Club S--l: Fcon- omic Club l. VERA DUEWEL Commercial Girl Scouts 1: Geography Club 1-2: Commercial Club 5--lg Volleyball: Basketball: Sr. Class Play Usher. RUTH C. DYER "Din Commercial G. A. A. 1-Z-5--lg Geogra- phy Club 2-5: Commercial Club -l: Home Economic Club l: Glee Club 1-2: "E" Awarcl. BERNICE MARIAN CONNERY "Bertie" Commercial Commercial Club l-2-5--l: Home Economics Club 1-2- 3--l: G. A. A. el: Geography Club 5: Sr. Class Play Usher: Treble Choir 5: Chorus 2. DONALD Co0K 'ACookie" General Student Council 2-5 . 4: Hi-Y"-'-4: MJ A., ' "' Sciq Bl'1 tithe? mati ' .lT.I'b J, Pres. 3: Latin Club 2: First Orches- tr'1 I-7-S DQROTHY COUGHLOS General Tri-Y l-2: G.A.A. l-2-3-'ll All Athletics: lnterscholastic Tennis: Tennis Champ. 2- .3--lg Sr. Sales Committee: Sr. Prom Committee: Ir. Class Play Usher. X i GILLARD D. DEARLOVE "Swede" General Maroon Stall: Vice-Pres. Mirror lioarclz Sr .Class Play: Hi-Y 2-5--l. Pres. -ll Band 2-5-4: Science Club 4: li. H. S. Players -l. ARTHUR G. DORMAN K4D0l"H1fI'?yl Commercial Boys Glee Club l-2: Com- mercial Club 2-5--lz Geogra- phy Club I-2. HARRY E. DURKEE A'Black Meat" General Latin Club 2: M. A. C. 5--lg li. H. S. Players Ml: Sr. Class Play: Football 5--l: Cometly Concert -l: Maroon Staff. y NINA M. EBELING "Red" Commercial G. A. A. I-2-.5-4: Aeolian l-2-5-4: Geography Club 2-5--l: Commercial Club 5--l: Girl Scouts l-2: "E" Awartls: All Athletics. 25 ERNEST EGLER "Pete" General Rifle Club 2: Football 5-4 M. A. C. -l. HAROLD F. ESTERLE General German Club 2-5-4, Treas. 5: Maroon Stall -l, Asst Bus. Manager. HARRIS FAY Commercial Ir. Latin Club l: Geogra- phy Club 2: Commercial Club 5--l. RICHARD FIDLER "Dick" General Glee Club 1: First Orchestra l-2-5--l-5: First liantl -l-5: State Orchestra '5l. NORMAN G. FIERKE "Norm" General Mathematics Club 2-5-4: Geography Club 5-4: Glee Club l-'li Rifle Club 5. KENNETH L. FLETCHER "Kenny" lntlustrial ARTHUR FREDERICKSEN It 41,1119 General Sr. Prom Committee. 1 MARIE EGOROFF "Mu r" Commercial Mask antl Bauble: Commer- cial Club 3-4, Treas. 3g String Choir: Maroon Staffg First Orchestra 2-3--lg Sec- ontl Orchestra l. EUGENE EURICH t'Gevze" General German Club -l. BERT FEHN General Geography Club 2: Intra- mural Basketball l-2: Intra- mural Hockey 1-2: Intra- mural Haseball 1-2g Rifle Club. DOROTHY FII-:RKE LUCILLE B. FISCHER "Lou" General German Club 2-3--lg G. A. A. -l. HAZEL FOHRMAN Commercial Baccalaureate Committee. NANCY GRACE FRISBY KINUYIU General Latin Club 1-2-3: Mathe- matics Club 2-5-4: G. A. A. I-2-3--l: F. H. S. Players -lg Ir. Prom Committee 5: Sr. Class Play Committee -lg Associate Etlitor. Maroon. RALPH R. FRYMARK 4'Magish" Commercial w If J Cpmmircial Club -l. Qwnfs., wt-fft.f-fa ELLA MURIEL GABLER "Mew" General Second Girls Glee Club 21 German Club 5: Commer- cial Club -l: Will and Prophecy Committee 4. MARION R. GATZKE "Marv" General Latin Club I-2: Glee Club l-2: lr. Class Play Usherg Will and Prophecy Commit- tee -l. JAN H. GIFFORD "Jun" Commercial First Girls Glee Club 2-3--lg Second Girls Glee Club lg G. A. A. -l: Blue Tri-Y 5-'ll Home Economics Club l: Commercial Club -l. WALTER GILOMEN "Walt,' Industrial Football 2-5--l: Basketball l-2: M. A. C. 2-3--lg Intra- mural Baseball 1. WILLIAM JOHN GOGGIN Industrial Stage Mgr. lr. Class Play: Bus. Chairman Sr. Class Play: Geography Club, Pres. 4: Commercial Club 4: Science Club -lg Hi-Y 3-4: Intramural Sports l-2-5--l. MARGARET A. R. GRACER "Marge" Commercial Commercial Club -l: Sr. Class Play Usher: Sr. Sales Committee: Archery 2: G. A. A.: Entered from Roose- velt High School. Seattle. Ylltsh., as Sophomore. LESLIE J. FUNK f'Les" Commercial Basketball 2-3--ln Track 4: liaseball -lz Commercial Club, Sec. -l. RUTH E. GAGE "Roofus" Commercial G. A. A. 5: Commercial Club -lz Sr. Class Play Usher. RICHARD GEIRENS "Dick" Commercial Rille Club 3: Lightweight Football 3--l. JOSEPH R. GILLILAN "Joe" Commercial Intramural Basketball lg German Club 2. MARGARET E. GINNELL "Marge" General Tri-Y 1-2-3, Trcas. lg Home Economics Club l-2- -ll G. A. A. 2-5--ig Basket- ball Team 2. ROBERTA L. GOLLIHER "Bobbie" ' 'ul Com d' ncert lg Blue I i- - -3--l: G. A. A. lg ne Economics Club lg X750 ,ommercial Club 2. U GRETCHEN GRAF General Sr. Sales Committee: Com- t-dy Concert: Class Break- fast: German Club 2-5--lg G. A. A. OLGA E. GRIMM "Grimmy" General Blue Tri-Y 2-5-4: Aeolian 1 2-J: First Girls Glee Club -l: G. A. A. 1-2-5-4: Latin Club 2-3: Home Economics Club -l: Commercial Club -l. FRANK GROSS Commercial Class Breakfast Committee. JOSEPH HAGERTY "Joey" Genera! Geography Club 2: Class Breakfast Committee. WILLIAM E. HAIBLE "Bill" General Latin Club 1-2: Sr. Science Club 5-4: Mathematics Club l-2-5: Maroon Staff: Ir. Prom Committee: "B" Lightweight Basketball Ml. FERNOLA LOUISE HAMEISTER BRUCE HANSEN "Smokey" General Football 112-5--ln Sr. Class Play: F. H. S. Players 3--lg Sr. Hi-Y -l: Ir. Class Play Committee: M. A. C. 2-3-4: F. II. S. Rille Club, Vice Pres. -l. RUTH A. HARMENING "Hai'mIess" Commercial Commercial Club 3--l: Mathematics Club 5: Blue Tri-Y 5. linteretl from Bart- lett High School as Iunior. WELMA S. GROMER "ToOts" General First Orchestra 1-2-5: Ir. Class Play 3: Sr. Class Play Usher: Sr. Class Breakfast Committee: Latin Club 5: Sr. Sales Committee: "B" Tennis Champ 5. VIOLET M. GUSTAFSON lixfilf Commercial G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Home Economics Club l: Glee Club 2: Blue Tri-Y 1-2-5--lg Geography Club 2: Com- mercial Club 1-2-5--lg Flow- er Committee -l. CAROL HAHNE "Huh it ie" General G. A. A. I-2-3-4: Latin Club: French Club -l: Ac- companist Boys ancl Girls Glee Club: Geography Club: Comedy Concert 5-Ml: Ir. Prom Committee. WINSTON D. HAINES General Science Club -l: Hi-Y 43 Senior Class Play Commit- tee: Class Prophecy Com- mittee: Entered from Free- port High School as Sopho- more. MARY HANCOCK "Bah" General Secontl Glee Club l-2: Ger- man Club 2-3: G. A. A. 1-2- 3--lg Home Economics Club 2-4: Ir. Tri-Y 3: Comedy Concert 2: Basketball atul Baseball I-2-5. Entered from Polo, Ill., as Freshman. EDITH F. HANSON "Ed" Commercial Blue Tri-Y 3--l: Geography Club 2-3: Commercial Club 2-5--l: Home Economics Club l-2-5-4: G. A. A. -l. RICHARD J. HAWTHORNE HR I H General Sr. Class Play Committee: E. H. S. Rifle Club, Sec. 8: Treas. 3-43 Intramural Ten- nis l-2: Ir. Class Play Com- mittee. HARRY HAY "Hays" General First 'Band I-2-5: Tennis Club I-2-S-4: Comedy Con- cert 3: Intramural Track 2: Ir. Class Play Committee. RALPH W. HEINE "Heine" General Bus. Mgr. Maroon: Track 2-3-4: Latin Club l-2, Pres. 2: German Club 3-4, Pres. 4: Sr. Science Club 3-4: In- tramural Sports l-2-3-4. FLORETTA G. HELD "Flon General First Orchestra 5-4: First Boys Glee Accompanist 3-4: Comedy Concert 2-3: Sr. Sales Committee: G. A. A. I-2-5-4: 'Latin Club 3-4. . 1 I. rl lx - fl! ',! l Nlik.. dll! U1 ,Ng ' .N x s GRACE A. HEIIBAUM WILLIAM CHARLES HOFFMAN :'BiIl" General Football 3-4: Basketball 4: M. A. C, 1-Z-3-4: Geogra- phy Club 2. DOROTHY G. HCJMFELDT unotn Commercial Sr. Class Play Usher. RAYMOND D. HORNE "Ray" General Mathematics Club 2: Second Band I-2: Sr. Class Play Committee 4: Mirror Staff 4: Intramural Basketball l, ORPHA I. HEDBERG "lggie" General Tri-Y l-2-5-4, Treas. 23 Spanish Club 2-3: Sr. Sales Committee: G. A. A. 3-4: Second Girls Glee Club 2-4: Chorus I-3. CATHERINE L. HEISTER uKatyu Commercial G. A. A. 2-3-4: Home Iieo- nomics Club 2: Commercial Club 3-4: Breakfast Com- mittee: Entered from Fond du Lac, VVis., as Sophomore. MARY ALICE HELMAN General Varsity Debate I-2-3-4: Ir. Class Play: Mirror Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Comedy Concert lx E. H. S. Play- ers 5-4: Sr. Sales Commit- tee: Tri-Y I-2-5-4. CHARLES O. HILL, JR. '4ChztcI:" General Football 3-4: Track 4: M. A. C. 3-4: Commercial Club 3-4: Class Day Com- mittee: Spanish Club -l. RUSSELL HOGREFE "Rusty" Industrial Geograpliy Club 2: Rifle Club 4. HELEN A. HOOD "Elena" Commercial PI. I-l. S. Players 4: Maroon StafI 4: Spanish Club: Blue Tri-Y: G. A. A.: Home Economies Club: Glee Club l-7-3 JOHN V. HOWELL 'AJoh1Hiy', General Football 2-3-4: Basketball 4: Track 5-4: Hand l-2: M. A. C. 2-5-4: Latin Club I. WII.LIAM HUMBRACIIT 'iB'fll" General Sr. Hi-Y 5--l: Latin Club. JEAN J ANECKE General G. A. A.: Ir. Latin Club 3--l: French Club 5--l: Blue Tri-Y: Comecly Concert 5: Maroon Staff. ALVIN JENSEN HAI" General Basketball: Football: Ir. anal Sr. Class Play Committee. NELS N. JENSEN "Jens" General Vice Pres. Sr. Class: Maroon Stall: Latin Club l-2: Span- ish Club 2-5: Mathematics Club, Vice Pres. -l: Hi-Y 3--l: Glec Club l-2-4. BURNELL I. JERVIS "Binary" Commercial G. A. A.: Home liconomics Club: Geograplii' Club 2. VIOLE1' KARNER RICHARD C. KASSER General Latin Club l-2: lf. H. S. Players 3-4: Ir. Class Play: Sr. Class Play. J ELIZABETH ANN IRWIN H "Betsy General G. A. A. 1-3--lg French Club 1. NORENE K. JEANNETTA H "Reno Commercial LARSON JENSEN "Larry" General AURELLA M. JERVIS "Sh.0rty' Commercial Second Girls Glee: Blu::'l'ri- Y Club: Home Economics Club: G. A. A. MAURINE JOHNSON lKM0,,y9Y Commercial Blue Tri-Y l-2: G. A. A. 3--lg Commercial Club 43 First Girls Glee 5-4: Second Girls Glee 1-Zflr. Class Play Usher. JOHN F. KANIES 'Johimy" K Gene ral Track: Football. if THOMAS KEANE "Tom" General Football 5: Basketball 1-2-3: E. H. S. Players 3-4: M. A. C. 2-5-4. LEONARD F. KEEKER "K66k', Commercial 4 's GEORGE KELLEY "Kelley" Commercial Basketball 2-5-4: Commer- cial Club: Memorial Com- mittee. :cEdn EDWARD KENT General Basketball 3: F. H. S. RiHe Club, Pres. 5--l. CAROLYN KERN "Kemal" General First Bantl I--l: First Or- chestra l--l: G. A. A. 3--l: Blue Tri-Y l-2: Chorus I. I fl - " F .Of ' I NORBERT A. KIENLEN "N'orb" Commercial Geography Club 2: M. A. C. 2-5-4: Football 5--l: Basket- ball 3--l: Intramural Basket- ball 2: Track -l: Commer- cial Club 4. ELSIE R. KOBEL "Shop-fyu Commercial Home Economics Club 1: G. A. A. l: Girl Scouts 2-5: Sr. Class Breakfast Committee: Cometh' Con- cert Z. FRANK KOLLMAN JR. Inclustrial . ROBERT S. KELLER "Bob" Industrial Football: RiHe Club: Ice Hockey: Baseball. HAROLD H. KELLMAN "Cookie" General French Club 2-3: Basketball 5: Track: Mirror Staif -ll Intramural Basketball 1-2- 3-41 Geography Club. CLIFFORD KENYON "Bud" General Ir. Class Play: Sr. Class Play: Sr, Hi-Y -l: E. H. S. Players 5-4: Geography Club Z. LUCYLLE KEVERN "Sue" Commercial Glee Club -l: G. A. A. l-2-5: Commercial Club 2-3: Home Economics Club I-2-5. MILDRED MARIE KLINE "1Vle-Me" Commercial Geograpliy Club 2: Spanish Club 4: Commercial Club -I: Mirror Staff -lg VVill antl Prophecy Committee, GRACE KOCH "Cookie" Commercial Sr. Class Play Usher: Ger- man Club 5: G. A. A. I-2: Commercial Club 4: Home Economics Club l-2. MARION KOLORIDAS Klpeggym General HENRY KOPPERS llHfl7lk,, Industrial Latin Club: Senior Hi-Y. WILLIAM KREPEL "Bill" General Y DOR HY C. LAGERSTROM ' JJ HPf?fl'llUtS,, ft Commercial G. A. A. I-2-5--l: Commer- cial Club 2-5--l: Aeolion Club l-2-.5-'lz Geography Club 2-5: Home Economics Club l: First Girls Glee 23 Girl Scouts 2. PAT LANDBORG "Happy" Genei'al Ir. Latin Club l: Sr. Science Club 3-lg French Club 4: Sr. Latin Club 2: Sr. Class Play Committee -l: lr. Class Play Commit- tee 3. LUCILLE LAUGHLIN "CiIe" General G. A. A. I-2-3-4: Latin Club l-2: Mathematics Club 2: Home licononiics Club 1. LAWRENCE LAUGH VIRGINIA E. LEE "G1'nger" General Latin Club l-2-5-4: G. A. A. l-2-3--l: Ir. Class Play Usher 5: Will and Prophecy Corn- mittee Ll: Maroon Stall -lg Girl Scouts l-2-.5-4. HAZEL L. KOYN "Peanuts" General Home Economies Club 1-2: G. A. A. 5--lg Chorus I-2-5. PAUL KRUMWIEDE "K1'umy" General Intramural Basketball. ELEANOR H. KUSCHMIRZ l'Kzcshy" Commercial Commercial Club -l: Geog- raphy Club 2: Second Glec Club l. FLORENCE A. LANE "Flo" Commercial Commercial Club: Geogra- phy Club. NNAX.-MAE LAWRENCE Lf General iliac Tri-Y I-2-5-4, vice ll Pres. 2: Ir. Latin Club l-2g Mathematics Club 2: Second Girls Glen: Club l-2: First Girls Glee Club Z: Sr. Latin Club: G. A. A. 1-2- 3-4. ROBERT W. LEACH "Bob" General Maroon Ir. Rep. S, Editor -l: Sr. Science Club 5--lg Chairman Ir. Prom: Ir. Latin Club: Rotary Club Medals l-2-5: Sr. Latin Club: Mathematics Club, Pres. 2. LEONE LEWIS JENNIE LEMA "Jen" Inclustrial G. A. A. 1-2-3--l: Home Economics Club l-2-5--li Sr. Clans Breakfast Committee: Commercial Club. JFANNE ANNE MACINTYRE "Scottie" General Student Council 2: Drama- tic Clubs l-2-5-4: Ir. Clash Playg Tri-Y 1-2-5--lg Spanish Club 2-3--l. Treas. 3: Mir- ror Staff 4: G. A. A. 1-2- 3-4, Second Vice Pres. RICHARD DALE MANSFIELD lKDick!! General Bus. Mgr. Mirror -l: Ir. and Sr. Class Play: Varsity De- hateg E. H. S. Players. Treas. 4: Ir. arul Sr. Hi-Y. Treaa. 2: Latin Club l-2. MILDRED MARSHALL "Mickey" Commercial Commercial Club. MARJORIE CARVEL MATTOCKS "Mm-get' General Maroon Stall 4: E. H. S. Players 5--l: lr. Class Play: G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Blue Tri- Y l-2-5-4: Spanish Club 3-4: Latin Club Sec. 2. ROBERT E. NICCORMACK RITA JOAN MEAGHER "Irish" General Latin Club l-2: G. A. A. I-2-3--l: Mink aml Bauble 2-5: E. H. S. Payers -l: Blue Tri-Y 1-2-5--lg Comedy Concert 2-3: Ir. Prom Com- mittee 5. ROY LEVEY JR. "Joe" Commercial Heavyweight Football 3--l: Heavyweight Bamketball 2-3- 42 Track 5-4: M. A. C. 3--l: Geography' Club 2. EDWARD MALONEY General Lois E. MARR "Si" General G. A. A. l-2-3-4: H. S. Players 4: Ir. Class Playg Debate 3-4: Will and Proph- ecy 4: Mirror Stal? -lg Com- eily Concert 3. RUTH MARGARET MASSA Commercial Commercial Club 2-3--lz Home Eonomies Club l-2: G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Maroon Staff -l: Volleyball l-2: Bas- ketball l-2, KATHRYN ELIZABETH - MCCLURE "Kettle" Commercial Commercial Club: Chorus. VERONICA RUTH MCQUEENEY "Tame" Commercial Commercial Club l-Z-5--l: Home Economics Club I-2: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Comedy Concert 5: lilue Tri-Y l-2: Volleyball l-2. JAMES MEAGHER "Jim" General ROSE MARY METZ "Roe" General Maroon Staff 4: Geography Club 3-4: Tennis. MAXINE M. MICK 'Wlmrf' General 12. H. S. Players 5--l: Blue Tri-Y 1-Z-3--l: Latin Club 2-5: German Club 5-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Commercial Club 2: Basketball l-2. MARCIA JANE MINK "McL9'sh" Commercial Maroon Staff -lg Blue Tri-Y I-2-3-4: First Glee Club 3--l: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Home Economics Club I-2- 5-4, Sec. -l: Ir. Prom Com- mittee 55 Spanish Club 5. JANE OLWEN MOORE General G. A. A. l-2-3-4, Pres. 3--l: Blue Tri-Y I-2-5-4. Vice Pres. 5: Ir. anal Sr. Class Plays: Dramatic Clubs l-Z- 5--l: Spanish Club l-2-5-4, Sec. 3: First Glcc Club 2-5-al. Pres. 5. GRACE IRENE MUELLER General Geograpliy Club 5--l: Aen- lian Club: German Club 2-544. GAYLE NEAL Commercial lilue Tri-Y: Commercial Club -li Mirror Stall. RUSSELL GEORGE NELSON KKRILSYY Inclustrial Secrinil Buys Glee Club li Geograpliy Club 2: First Boys Glee Club 2-3: Bac- calaureate Committee. i GERTRUDE S. M. MEYER "Blondie" Commercial Commercial Club. HARVEY W. MINK "Mink" General Rifle Club. NINA MINK "Nina,h" Commercial Commercial Club 2: G. A. A. 1-25 Home Economics 1-2. ELEANOR M. MOSEMAN "Mosey" Commercial G. A. A.: Home Economics Clubg Commercial Club: Girl Scouts. THELMA IRENE MULLINAX "Bridget" Com mcrcial Commercial Club: G. A. A.: Latin Club: Basketball Z-S. ARLINE LILLIAN NELSON General Mathematics Club l: Geog- raphy Club 3-fl: Home lic- onomics Club fl: Chorus l. FRED J. NOTTOLINI EDWARD S. OYBRIEN "Eddie" Commercial Commercial Club 2-3-4: Mirror Staff 4: Geography Club 2: Mathematics Club 2. GORDON 0'CONNOR uguckyvr General Basketball 1-2-5-4: Maroon Athletic Club 2. WILLIAM OLI-IABER ROY OLWIN General Intramural Sports: German Club 45 Hi-Y Club 5-43 En- tered from Kirkland High school, Indiana. as Fresh- man. OPAL MAE OSBORN General Basketball: Tennis: Com- mercial Club: G. A. A. RUTH M. PARKER "Ruthie" General First Band l-2-3-4: Girl Scouts 1-2g Blue Tri-Y I: Basketball I-2: Baseball 1-2-3: Hockey 2-5: German Club 5-4. R TH J. PATE "Ruthie" General G. A. A. l-2-5-4: Mask anal Bauble I-2: E. H. S. Players 5-4, Sec, 4: Sr. Class Play: Sr. Blue Tri-Y 5-4: Girl Scouts 1-2: UE" Awards 2-3-4. LAURA JANE O'CONNELL "Laurie" General Ir. and Sr, Class Plays: E. H. S. Players 5, Vice Pres. 45 Blue Tri-Y l-Z-5-4: G. A. A. 1-2-5-4: Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 2-5-43 Glee Club 1-2-5. WILLIAINI V. OYCONNOR "Bill" General Entered from Mt. Carmel High of Chicago as Iunior. E. H. S. Players 3-4: Ir. Class Play: Mirror Staff: Sr. Sales Committee: Sr. Hi-Y 3-43 Comedy Concert. FRANK R. OLSON DOROTHYBELLE OSBERG "DO-ffiebeIl6" Industrial Home Economics Club l-23 Geography Club 2: G. A. A. 5-4: Commercial Club 4: Girls Athletics I-2. HARRIET OTTA IIIARJORIE MAURINE i PARRY "Mai-ye" Commercial G. A. A. l-2: H. E. C. I: Commereial Club 2: Geog- raphy Club 2: German Club 5: Flower Committee 4. EDWARD M. PEAK "Eddie" General Sr. Class Playg Science Club 4: Hi-Y -lg Ir.-Sr. Boys Glee Club 5-4: First Boys Glee Club I-25 Latin Club l-2: Tennis Club 2. FRED W. PEASE "Freddie" Commercial fiClIQl'LllYl1l' Club 2: Com- mercial Club 5-4, Serge-am At Arms -l: Memorial Com- mittee. MELVIN PHILLIPS "Duke" General Football 2-5-41 llaslietball 2--l: Sr. Class Play: M. A. C. 2-5--l: li. ll. S. Players -l: Latin Club l-2. LAVON PONSONBY "Bon" Commercial First Cirls Clee Club 2-5--l, st-C. 4. G. A. A. l-Z-.5--l, Sec. 2: Sec. of Iunior Class: lr. Latin Club l: Spanish Clllll 5: Hlue Tri-Y 2-.4-4: Rotary Club Merlal l. MARGARET Posr K'Peggy" General Maroon Stall: lilue Tri-Y l-2-5-4: Orchestra l-2-3-4, Sec. rl: G. A. A. l-2-5-lg l,AlIiIl Club l -2: F11-11gl1 Club .3--l: li. ll. S. Players -l. GLENCORA ANNA RABE 'AG'1'rlie" General Commercial Club -l: Class Play Uslier -l: lfnteretl from l'lato Center lligli School, as Sopliomore. BERNICE M. RAHN "Burn Commercial Ci. A. A. I-2-5--l: lfllue 'liri- Y l-2: ll. li. C. l-2: Com- mercial Club -lg Se-grind Girls Cilce Club l-2. lVlARSHAI.L C. READ "Bobbie" lntlustrial Sr. Sales Committee: Sr. Class Play Lfslierz Geogra- plu' Club l. JEANETTE G. PFAFFLIN "Pats" General C. A. A. l-2-.5--li First Girls Glec Club 2-3--lg ll. C., Treas. 4: Hockey 5--l: Basketball l-2: German Club 2-33 Latin Club l. B PILCHER "Bobo" General Af., ll-...Qfl Football l-2-3--l. Capt. Sg Basketball l-2-3--l: Geogra- phy Club 2-5--l, Pres. 3--l, .abil Sec. 2: M. A. C. l-2-5--l. EDGAR A. P0sT "Ed" General Maroon Starlz Ili-Y l-2-5--l, Pres. 2--l: Stutlent Council 3-4: Band l-2-5-4: Sr. Science Club 2-5-Ll: F. H. S. Players 4: Stage Mgr. Sr. Class Play. DONALD POWELL "Don" General Pres. of Senior Class: Stu- dent Council -l: Mirror Staff -l: Track l-Z-3--ll Football 5: M. A. C. 5--l: Intramural Basketball 2--l. Fnteretl from Antlerson High School, Antlerson, ln- Iliana, as Freshman. EVELYN RAI-'FELSON ffEUie,, Commercial Mirror Stall 4: First Orches- tra l-2: Commercial Club -lg G. A. A. -l: Class Flower Committee -l: Mask ancl liauble l-2: H. Ii. C. Z. GLADYS VIRGINIA RAPP "Happy" Commercial Geography Club 2: C. A. A. 5--l: ll. F. C. S-43 Com- mercial Club .5--l. PERCY READ General Pleavyweilultt Football S--l. VIRGINIA HELENE REBER "J znny" Commercial H. E. C. 1: G. A. A. l-Z-4: Commercial Club l-5: Geog- raphy Club l: Spanish Club 5--l: Sr. Sales Committee: Class Will annl Proplieey Committee. ELLEN REEDER General Maroon Stall: Mask and llauble 2-5: I-1. H. S. Play- ers -l: Ir. and Sr. Latin Clubs: Freneli Club 5: Blue Tri-Y 5--ln G. A. A. l-2-5-4. IRMA REIMER "li-m" General Ir. Latin Club 2: Sr. Latin Club 5: Home liennomies Club rl. BERNICE RICHARDSON General G. A. A. Z-5: Latin Club 3-l: French Club 5: Class Play Usller 5. LESTER RIGGS "Learn General JANE K. ROBISON Commercial Commercial Club l-2-3-4: G. A. A. l-5-'ll MLll'llL7ll Stall: Geograpliy Club 2: Latin Club I. Enterezl from Mt. St. 'Mares Academy, St. Charles. as Freshman. HARRYET L. ROSE "Rosie" General Girl Scouts: Ir. and Sr. Class Play' Usller. ORIS EDWARD REDIGER "OMR" General Rifle Club 5--l: Commereial Club -l: Sr. Class Play Com- mittee. ROBERT REID "Bohn General Student Council 2: Drama Club I-2-.3-4: Hi-Y l-2-.4--lx Debating 5: Mirror Stal-T 5-4: Ir. and Sr. Class Plays: Tennis 2-3--l. RUTH RITCHARD CHARLES A. RICHMANN "Chuck" General Sr. Sales Committee: Foot- ball 5: Track -l: M. A. C.: Ir. Play Committee: Intra- mural Basketball 2-5-4. ELIZABETH S. RIPPBERGER ngetfyu General G. A. A. l-2-5--l: German Club l-2-5-4: Mask and Iiauble l-2: H. H. S. Play- ers 3--lg Sr. anal Ir. Class Plays. LUCY HELEN ROCKWELI. Commercial G. A. A. -l: Commercial Club 4: Class lin-akt'ast Committee: H. li. C. l--l. JANET CORIN NE ROVELSTAD ".Im1ie', General G, A. A. l-Z-5--l: Ii. ll. S. Players: Maroon Stall: Sr. Tri-Y: Ir. Clasx Play: Sr. Class Play Committee: Latin Club l-Z. PHYLLIS MAE RUNGE "Phil" Gcncral l:lI'5IfJl'Cl1l'5lI'll l-2-5--l: Mask aml l4aublt' l-2: H. li. C. 5-4: Sr. Sales Coiiimittucg Sr, Motto Committu-. DONALD P. SALISBUIIY "Dow" Gcm-ral Pres. of Iunior Class: Stu- Ilcnt Council l-2: Hi-Y l-2- 3-4, Pres. l-2: Ir. Class Play: Hasl-ic-lball 3--l: Chair- man ol Scnior Prmn: Ma- roon SIZIH. CECELIA SCHELLENBERGER 'lScheIlg" Commercial Commercial Club 2-5--l: G. A. A. I-2-5-4: Gfograpby Club 2: ll. lt. L. 1. FLORENCE MARGERY SCHUETT JOY SCHULTZ l'SchuIf:1'e,' General Maroon Stall: Ir. arul Sr. llluc 'l'ri-Y 2-5--l. Ring 51 Latin Club 2,5--l. Prus. 51 Orcliuslra 2-5-Nl, Prus. -l: li. ll. S, Players 4: Sluslcni Iii- rcctor Ir. aml Sr. Class Plays: G. A. A. l-2-S--l. SYBIL MAE SEGNER CAROLYN VIRGINIA SHEPHERD "Cf1rr1'Cy' General Mirror Stall Ml: G. A- A- l-2-S'-l: li. ll. S. Playcrs 5--l: jr. Class Play Commit- ulqg lllut- 'l'ri-Y l-2-5 -ll Latin Club l-2. PHYLLIS DOLLEEN RYSTROM "Ph iIIy" Commercial Commercial Club 3--l: G. A. A. Club: Geography Club lg Class Day Commit- tcc: H. E. C. l. FLORINE SAVAGE l'Flo" General G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Mask antl Baublc 1-2: Comedy Con- cert 5-'lg Bluc Tri-Y. VIOLA ELLA SCHRAMM HV'il! Commercial Commercial Club 2-S--lg Geography Club 2: Sr.. Class Play Usher. J. HOWARD SCHULTZ "Howie" General Viu'-Pres. of Iunior Class: Student Council I: Hi-Y l-2-3-4: Track I-2-5: Foot- ball 3: Ir. ancl hr. Class Plays: Maroon Staff. MARVIN WILLIAM SCHULTZ "Sonny" Industrial Geography Club. ' f 1 I L , ,vt , 1,1 by KEN NETH K. SHAW "Kemzy,' Gcncral Ir. Class Play: Football Z-5--l: E. H. S. Players -l: Sr. Iii-Y .5-4, Trcas. 5: Glcc Club l-2-5--l: Sr. Latin Club 2. Trvas. 2: Sr. Science Club 5--l, Vicc Pres. 3. ADA MAE SHINBERGER "Sh1'i'mpie" Comnicrcial H. Ii. C. l-Z-5--lz Commrr- cial Club 5--l: G. A. A. -lg Motto Committee. LEROY E. SEIGAL "Dnke', General ELLA JANE SMITH "Janie" Commercial G. A. A. 1-2-5--l: Commer- cial Club 2-3--l: H. E. C. l--lg Geography Club l. RAY A. SMITH "Smitty" General Basketball I-'Z-3--l, Capt. 2-5: Football 3-Al: Stutlent Council 5: M. A. C.: Geog- raphy Club: Ir. Prom Com- mittee. PAUL SOKODY "Sak" General Lightweight Football 1-2- 5-41 Lightweight Basketball l-2-3-4: M. A. C. Z-3--l: Geography Club 2-3. FRANKLIN S. SORN "S0rnie" General Lightweight Football 2-5--l: Lightweight Basketball 2-3- el: Bantl l-2-.3--l: M. A. C.: Latin Club 2-S: E. H. S. Players. . ,N 5 x I xl ,J i CLARENCE E. STANFORD It Todgesy General Lightweight Football 3: Heavyweight rl: M. A. C.: Geography Club: Intramural Boxing and XVrestling. MELBA IRENE STEINKE "i7Ue'lbie" Commercial Blue Tri-Y l-2-3--l: Home Iieonomies Club l-2-S--l: G. A. A. l-2-5--l: Commercial Club -l: Ir. Class Play Com- mittee: Glee Club I-2-5-Nl. ELEANOR EDITH SKINNER JENNIE LOUISE SMITH "Jen" General Mirror Staff: Varsity De- bate 3: H. S. Players -lg Sr. Class Play Committee 4: G. A. A. l-2-5--l: Glee Club l-2-5--l: Blue Tri-Y Nl. VIRGINIA SMOYER "Ginny" General Ir. and Sr. Latin Clubs: G. A. A. l-2-3--lg Ir. antl Sr. Blue Tri-Yg First Girls Glee Club: Mask antl Bauble, Pres. 2: If. H. S. Players 5--l. FRANK SOMMERS "Stentson" Intlustrial Band: Intramural Basket- ball: German Club: Geogra- phy Club. JOE SOWERS "Joe" General EDWIN W. STEFFAN "Eddie" General Bantl 1-2-5: Sr. Class Play Usher: Intramural Basket- ball. LEO E. STETTNER "Uncle Lee" General Intramural Baseball antl Basketball: Senior Class Play Usher. ROBERT J. STETTN1-:R '4Bert" flCl'lCl'Lll German Clulw -lz M. A. C.: linskctlmll 2-5: lI1II'LlI'l1Ul'Lll Bnskctlmll I-4: Bzuclmll 1-2- 5--lz lluukcy 2-3--l: Class Ilny Cmmuittcc. LUCILE VIVIAN STICKLING KKLMYY Commercial C. A. A. l-5-4: H. C. lg Class Day Cummiitcu. MERWYN STRAUSBAUGH "Sim wsyl' Cc ncral H1-Y Clulv. CREIGHTON C. TAYLOR Q "Creighfy ' Gnncrul M2lIl1CI11LlllC5 Club 2: Science Club 5--l, Src. S. Prcs. -l: Rillc Clulv 5. PHYLLIS TAYLOR "PhyI" Ucuurul C. A. A. l-Z-5--l: Latin Clulv l-2: First Glcc Clulw l-2-5--lg Claw Day Commit- tcc: Frcnch Club -l: Cum- ccly Cunccrt 5. EDMUND THU-is "Professor" flCl1Cl'1ll HERBERT A. TUCKLINSKY HHerby!7 lnclustriul G c 0 g r u p lm y Clulv 2-3: Ilockcy Clulm 2. GLADYS M. UNRUH General First Orchestra 2-3--l: G. A. A. 1-2-5-4: German Club 2-5--lg Class Breakfast Com- mittee -l: Mathematics Club 2g H. E. C. l: String Choir -l. RAYMOND F. VOIGTS nRayIs General Football 5--l: German Club Z-3. RICHARD L. WAINWRIGHT "Dick" lntlustrial Geography Club l. VERONICA F. WALLACE General First Girls Glee Club 1-2- 3--lz Blue 'liri-Y 1-2-5-4: F.. H. S. Players 5--l: G. A. A. l-2-S--l: Cometly Concert .5--l: French Club 2-5. NORMAN MORRIS WEED General Science Club 5--l: Class Play Committee 3--l: Glee Club I-2-4: Sr. Hi-Y: l.af tin Club 2: li. H. S. Play- ers 4. CHARLES WELLS "Chuck-" Industrial Basketball 2: Track l: ln- tramural Sports: M. A. C.: Geography Club: Commer- cial Club. PAUL WIMPELBERG h "IV1mp" General Basketball Z-5-4, Capt. 5: Football 2-.5--l: M. A. C. 2-5-4: lennis Club 2: Geog- 1 raphy Club -. ORA VICK "Oar" General LARONA HELEN WAINWRIGHT "Helen" Commercial H. E. C. l: Commercial Club 5-4: Seconcl Girls Glee Club: Sr. Class Play Usher. GERTRUDE WALKER "Gen-tn General Blue Tri-Y lz Mask antl Bauble 2: Debate Team 1-2g Varsity Debate Team 4: G. A. A. l-2-S. ALFRED M. WARNER "Winter" Commercial Geography Club 2: Com- mercial Club 5--lz Intramur- al Basketball l-2. BERNICE D. WIESE "Homme" Commercial NEWTON WELLS, JR. "Newt" General French Club 2-5: Mathe- matics Club: Science Club. Pres. 5-4: Ir. Prom Com- mittee 5. ELSPETH HOLMES WISE "Betty" General Ilebate Team 2: Girl Scouts I-2-3--l: Class Play Com- mittee 3: Latin Club 2-5: French Club -l, Vice Pres. 4: G. A. A. 2-5-'lz Maroon Stat? 4. 2 GRACE H. WITTENRERG General Blue Tri-Y I-2-3--l: First liantl l-2-3--l. Sec. antl Treas. 5: Sr. Class Play: Ir. Prom Commitee: Varsity Debate 51 Ir. ancl Sr. Latin Clubs 1-2: li. Il. S. Play- ers 4. RITA DHU WRAY "Bunny" General Tri-Y l-2-5-4, Sec. 2-4: E. H. S. Players 4: H. E. C. 2-5-4. Truas. 5, Pres. 4: G. A. A. l-Z-3--lz Ir. anal Sr. Prom Committees: First antl Secontl Orchestra 2-5--l, Pres. 5: Maroon Staff. MILDRED FLORA YATES "Mil" Commercial Geography Club 2: Com- mercial Club 4: Flower Committee. ALVIN C. ZIEGLER "A Z" General Intramural Sports l-2-3-4: lnter-Scholastic Tennis 3-4. Capt. -l: Geography Club 5: M. A. C. 4: Tennis Club Z-3-4. DOROTHY M. ZIERKE A'Dot" Commercial H. Ii. C. l-4, Vice Pres. 4: G. A. A. 2-3-4: Commercial Club 4: Girl Scouts 2-51 Sr. Class Committee: Com- etly Concert. PAUL CHEPERGI General ROBERT BALLARD General VIVIAN J. WOLFP' "Viv" General G. A. A. 1-2-5-4: German Club 2-3: Blue Tri-Y 1-2- 5--lg Class Color Commit- tee: H. Ii. C. 1: Girls Golf Champion 2-5: Mirror Staff -l. Louis A. WRIGHT "Louie" General Latin Club 2-5: First Boys Glee Club 1-4: Science Club 4: Class Day Committeeg German Club 2. DORIS HELEN YURS "Dude" Commercial Geography Club 2: Com- mercial Club 4: G. A. A. 45 Will antl Prophecy Commit- tee. FLORENCE V. ZIEGLER GCFIOU General G. A. A. 1-2-S-4: Latin Club 2-5: Mathematics Club 2: Class Breakfast Commit- tee: Chorus 2-5. LEONA OSTDICK Commercial BLANCHE LINNELL li I! Bunn y Commercial Comedy Concert 2-5-4: E. H. S. Players: Basketball 2-S: Volleyball l: Home Economics Club I. SAM BANWART Industrial Arts MARION BARTELT Commercial STANLEY ERDMAN General KATHRYN KENDALL General RHEA MAXINE LOY General HOWELL SMITH General DON W1-:BR General In Memoriam ln the last part of the year 1931 the death of George Holland came as an unexpected blow to us all. Georges loss was perhaps most keenly felt because he had been with us through over three of our high school years, and in that time had made innumerable friendships. His activities were many and varied. Besides being an outstanding student, he was interested in intramural basketball and hockey and was a member of the band. His cheerful, cooperative spirit made George a popular classmate and one who will live always in our memories. In March, 1928, Richard Bonin succumbed to injuries received in a most unfortunate accident. His death was a tragic event in our Freshman year, and his loss was keenly The death of Vera Maas in February, 1929, after an unsuccessful operation, was the felt by the entire class. second to mar the happiness of our high school days. Her passing was felt by the great number of classmates to whom she had been a very dear friend. Ernest Anderson, another popular classmate, died during the summer of 1930 after a short illness. f Standing: l.aura lane O'Conncll. Mary Alice Helman, Kathryn Castle, lane Moore, Ieanne Maclntvre, Vivian Wultl. Seated: l.a Yun Pnnsunby. Ianet Rovelstad. Rita Ilhu Wray, Mariorie Mattocks. Rita Meagher. The May Festival During the spring of 1931 the students and faculty of Elgin High started a pioneer movement in pageantry by sponsoring the first May Festival in the history, thus hoping to make the annual pageant one of the traditions of E. H. S. This year, on May 25, the second annual festival was held at Niaroon Field in cele- bration of the one hundred and fifty six years of American Independence. The theme carried throughout the Pageant was "The Spirit of America." After having been announced by the trumpeters, to the strains of music from the band and orchestra the May Queen and her attendants progressed up the green held to the white throne. The coronation of the Queen by the President of the Senior Class then took place, after which the Queen and her attendants were entertained by those taking part in the festival. Under the glow of the flood lights the girls in costumes of pastel shades made a lovely picture as they danced. Included in their dances were the maypole dance. the rose ballet, and the daisy chain. The boys added, as their contributions to the entertainment, many track and field events, in which the competition was very keen. The calisthenic drills and games proved very enioyable to the large audience. True to pageantry there were mass movement, color, and sound combined in a harmonious way. This was carried out in the splash of color found in the costumes. the patriotic music. and the graceful movements of the performers. Juniors S U ROBERT MILLER Miss DAVERY CHARL0 HOLDEN CHARLES MEYERS History of the Junior Class All during the summer of 1929, 294 boys and girls kept thinking, "I am going to High School this fall." They ioined the H4 others to make up the class of '33, For the Hrst year representatives on the Student Council were, Iohn Olhaber, Robert Miller, james Miller, and Betty Schmidt. Several secured places on the basketball and track teams, which is unusual for Freshmen. Not to be outdone, the girls competed in basketball, tennis, hockey, and archery. Seven honor medals for high scholarship were presented in Iune, 1930. As sophomores Loren Mink, Arlette Abell, Doris Palm, and Betty Schmidt served on the Student Council: track and tennis drew the attention of more of the membersg sev- eral secured positions on the lightweight and heavyweight basketball and football teams. The sophomores carried off the honors in the debate from the Freshmen. ln the fall ol' the third year Robert Miller was chosen President, Charles Meyers as Vice President. and Charlo Holden as secretary. The Student Council was represented by Betty Schmidt, whose place was later taken by Charles Meyers, Arlette Abell, Pruden Ballard, and NVesley Spalding. Both basketball teams were captained by Iuniors, Robert Miller and Kenneth Koehler as was the Lightweight football team, by Edwin Cahill. Lenore Wright. Doris Palm, and Ruth Frantz were on the debate squad. The Iunior Class Play, "The New Poor" was highly successful. Social arlairs had their right share of attention, but the climax was the Iunior Prom. Three years have passed with the most interesting one of all yet to come. I AX I N ' Juniors Upper Group- E I'r1urtI1 Row: il. Hvckcr. If. .Xckm.lnn. R. .xlILlIlIN. I'. Iiuckm. Mlm Alu-II. R. 1XI'IIIL'l'N1lI1. If. Hurlm, Cy. ISmIc I.. AmIcrw11, P. I'I.lIIIIl'iI. S. Iirmlll, II. IILll'l'ICI'. 'I'I1ir4I Row: A. .Xl'I11IlLlQL'. A. .XI1L'II. M. HI-nmwrlm l.. Iiclwcm. R. ISL-ck. M. Hcrnm'r, R. Annlrm, IJ. Iiulmcr. R. Iihmk, M. Rlictz. I.. linctclmcr, M. Iicmlcr Scunml Ruw: I.. .'X1uIrn-ws. XV, Hgxrlrm. U. Burn. Ii. Iiglllgml. R. II1lI'IIltlIllK'XV. I.. I'I.1IiCI'. IJ. Bartlett G. .'Xl'L'I1h, I-'. I50I1gLlI'LI. Ci. Amlcrmn. Ifirsl Rnwi li. Iicrnslcin, Ii. Amlw-mm. Y. Iiglin. I.. Amlursfmn I.. Ihggx. I-'. Amlruxvs. I". Iinkcr, ID. IILTIILI. I.. Hutcv. If. liurrh. M. Amlcrwn. Lower Group- Ifrwurth Row: R. lilwllmv. R. Cfmylu, Ii. I".I'ICIiNHIl. If.. CILIIIIIWIA. R. I'4.hlCI'g.ll'lI, If.. C1u'Imn. ID. C4u'Iwn I.. I5iscI1cr. H. I-Qlliult. I'. Cnwvs, I-I. Cutter. I.. Isllf. 'l'I1ir1I Row: M. Iirmvn, IJ. Ificrkc. M. IIl'HCIilNk'IL'I' I.. IQJIIIUS, Ii. .XmIc1'mn, I.. Cgu'Iwn, II. Iiutlcr. I.. lin-slick. .X. Iflllcrt, C. UIL'LlI'j, Y. Clulnlucr, Ci. Crank VV. Ifcmluu. Sucuml Row: Ii. Cg1hiII, G. Iilrick. M. Iil'L'un. Ia. I7lIUI'II'IgL'I', R. Iingstrmn. R. Iiurstwin, N Iirccn. 'If I5urm'IL. Ci. Iiiclmr. ID. Ihnrn. Mr. Ivlrmtgulnwy. Ifirst Row: XY. Ihictricht. ll. CUIIBLIVII. O J IfQCruiI'. If. I'.NI1IL'I11Llll. M. I'II5I1L'I'. Y. I-riltun. M. IIlll'IlIL'I5fCl'. Uirtx. R. IIl'L'l11IllL'l'. R. Ifc' stcin. IF. I'ICI'I'IlIl I I. ,f 1 I Juniors Upper Group- I"I4llII'II'I Rmv: If. II.u'l, IJ. II1ll'I'I5UI1, I.. Ilnrris, II. Ifh-Iflr, R. IILIIIILB, M, Ilurvcy, A. HcIwcIsc'1l. I. GmIcIC Ii. Crum. 'l'Ixir4I Rrvw: M. Flrtulxcr, I.. GrmlI1iL-r, R. Ifrnntv, I7. Gray, M. II11IIccIi, V. Frzlutnick, I. lmsclu-n. M. Ifl'L'cIr'nkwl1, I". II1lIIlL'IhIk'I'. S4-mml Row: A. I'Izu'tmxln, I". I-Ialyrs, IJ. GuuI4I. R. Gray, C. HQIII Ki. Ilunth. IJ. I:IilI'.1, W. Gcistcr. I.. Urupc, G. IIl'llI'I'5UII, Mr. Rubinsun, First Row: G. Gcldmachcr R. I:I'lll, I". Gilclmrixt. M. Coggin, R. Cin-xv, CI. IILIIIIX, I.. II.1mIrnuk, R. I'Izayc-s, I. Hawkins. M. I"ILIl15L'I1 Ki. IIcaIImI.uIc. Lower Group- I'IflLll'II'l Row: Ii. KrmI1Iar, I-Q. Ilnllz, VV. IIcuImum. II. Ilumlwrncht. C. IQIIIZ. K. HuIwIwzlrLI, H. Knight Y. IILlI11I1Ul'g. I". Ivrry. R. InImsun. I.. I.gu1fI1. 'I'I1Il'rI Ruw: I. I.cz1cI1. R. Lcggc. 17. Lcc, R. HUIIQI. M I.gmgL'. Ii. IAIIIIIW, V. I.L'cIxmun. R. Krumwriclu, Ii. IIu.1gInncI, I. IInpp, C. I-cvc1'c11z. I.. Lewis. Scrum Ruw: II. IiLlL'CIiL'l', G. I.In-pitz. O. Iuhmun, I. Iiunm-y. W. lambs. G. Iiitzman, I. I.z1tI1cm. I.. Kramer I. Lung, II. I..ll'MrI'l. W. IIuIwIv. I-'Irst Rmv: Ii. I.:-nge, I.. KL-mI:1II, I.. I..1rmn, M. Hnwnnl, C. Ilnlmlcn M. ILIUIKMHI. I. KIiuI4. If. KL'XL'l'II, I.. I'Iupp. R. KZIIIIKIS, If. Lnrncrt. , Q A .ff I Upper Group- Juniors Fiiurlh Row: M. McIJun.iItI, I. Muwn. R. IVICCUI'Il11lCIi. A. Miller, F. Murph. R. Mu'I'a1i'isI1, I.. Mink. F. Mn-user, M. Long, H. Frmt. II. Switzer. R. Muuslcy, Ii. Miller. 'I'hirtI Row: R. McI..lugIiIin, If. Mc- Iiwaln, G. Spcichcr, ID. Muck. M. Logan, R. IVICQILIHQIIIWQIII. M. O'IIritrn, R. U'Conm-r. Mzlnlcy. V. I,intIhrrIm. Mixs Grow. Sc'cnncI Row: R. MiIIcr. I.. Payne, II. Morrison. I. Mcvcr. VV. Mrivitz, C. Meyers, I. Millnr. R. Miller, H. Rogt-rs, I. Munch. F, Marks. Ii. Nt-al. First Row: I.lMcCur- mack, O. I.ittIur, M. Limr, II. I.int-II, F. Nixs, A. Millrr, F. Miller, I1 Nilss, I-. M.lIunr, M. Logan. Lower Group- Fuurth Ruw: I. Muntt-ith, I, McMahon. IJ. Ottu. IJ. Ovcrcmli. I. Riingc. Ii. Iicttrwn. Ii. RQIINMIY, I. OI- hnbcr, W. Pt-rion, II. Rifkin, M. Scamrhimrn. Third Ruw: IP. Rasiiiunc-ii, I.. I'mvt-II. IJ. Ricchcrt. N. Scimcr, Ii. Olwin. IJ. Palm, M. Ot-rgt-I. Ii. Rohinmn, R. Pintt, G. Stephen. I. Sclirt-pier. Second Ruw: A. Schlic. Ii. Pupp, I. Schmidt, F. Zichuhr, II. Ifctcrwii. II. S.imI.ikcs, M. Olsun, I. Raul C Snintit-Isnn. First Row: R. MiIIcr, G. Mutlcr, A. IJLXICII, CI. Mcrzwicl, A. Mink, M. Puts. A. Stcxiuirtl F. St-mor, N. Ruutli, M. I.ow1'ic. Juniors Upper Group! 'Ihp Row: R. Spm-nr. IJ. StL'uL11'l, I.. Stcwnrml. VV. Olllulx-1'. S. Sazlmuns, F. SICIIINVLIX. V. 'I'ciuIm'. Ii. 'llrlxt Scuuul Row: 'If ll-llLll'I1L'.llI. I.. Skoglnnsl. M. Wmlricll, A. Smith, C. SCXINOLII, Ii. Rolhfus. M. 'lhppuh , . I. Muorc, I. Stnnlcy. If.. Stummc. Third Row: M. Silzlgy, I.. Timm. C. Stevens, I.. Smith. I. Snluth A. Snymlrr, A. Ilmunwxu. P. Summers. I-'ourlh Row: M. Struvc. A. Sipplc. IJ. Sperry. C. Stzmlorcl XV. Tctluw. A. Stcwurt. I.. Stcimvny, M. Strong. IZ. Tilchc. T. Scyllur. Lower Group- Tup Row: I-'. Roller. I. Suaixu, M. Webster, C. VVugm-r, XY. Vittcrmun. I. Warren. Mr. Stumpf. Mr Vhggoncr. Sucoml Row: Ii, Ycatnn, A. I'rL'scntt, C. Wahl, C. Vnmlcrfurml, Ii. Toruk, G. YVclwb. R. Xvillll- lXLlllIll, IJ. VVclling. 'llhml Row: I.. ZIll1I'llCl'll'l1lIL L. I.lI'I'll1LlIL M. Twccmlic. R. Young, ID. XVLIQHCI' IJ. Zicrkc. Ii, Wlmitlingtfm. I.. VVrigl1t. I. Wise. First Row: If. Wcmtlnml. V. VVcngcl. I.. XVilli:1ms W. Wlmlcn, Ii. Van Amy. Y. NVilliums. S. VVolf, A. Wickham. I -r Qff X 01. P 1 s ' x I ' X f CMO fxg fx ff 'r 'L' A than a I sg 09 I 0 PC Q0 . 5 5 h Underclassmen 52 1 .Sr 3' K .W LIJ7 " 'ED xjtgujj, M IIB M Upper Group- Ifutlrth Row: I. lrttigu, G. Iuhns, L. Ilnlmcs, H. Githlings, I'. Bz11'k1ncyv.'r, V. Krumc, C. Croncnhurg, XV. .-Xht-Imzlli. VV. Iiaullcy. L. Kmchnick, VV, Hzihnc. Il. Gough. Thirtl Row: R. Hull. L. Iiairtclt, G Iaicuhs. H. Iii-Ilows, C. fil'L'II'll1Cl', L. Helper, H. Born, D. Denning, R. Hatch, R. Hoppe, B. Byrne Second Row: I. I-ltrmiluc, H. Ilitzcl, li. Curtlugizin, I, Iirittnn, R. Hill, ID. Lange, Ii. Knott. E. Carlmn S. Allan, M. lirrxwnt-. li. Fox. First Row: A. Golclmztn, R. Cioolcy, I. LIOLIILIIIZIS, G. Fshrmztn. G. Calnalc' I. liurn, li. Iiluciiiku, C. Christensen, H. Hclm, A. Hitllcr, M. Iiurnstcin, Lower Group- Fuurth Row: A. Sttntlt-rs. L. VVcstht-rg, B. Smith, K. Ininghfmrst, Ii. Struvc, R. Muillcr, H. Pfister, I Maasai, K. Pierson. R. Miller, N. Powcll, L. Rifkin, G. Rumplc. C. Lictncr. Third Row: M. Wake-held Ii. Lutz, C. Russ. L. Littlcr, H. I,ic5c'Ix'rg. E. Zurinchly, M. Smith, H. Nclson, B. Newman, M. Mit-Ike C. Smith, Il, Wright. Ii. Wright, A. Sistlcr, I.. Mcuscr. Svcontl Row: D. Prickctt, R. Ruhr-rts, H. Meyer li. Otfncr. A. VVntcrman, P. Winthiu, L. Villarx, D. Klug, NV. Hotlcl, R. VV:1Ikcr, A. Murphy, I. Rocha R. Ruukstmh. G. Millcr. First Row: M. Rowe, L. Skclly, M. Rowe, II. Summers, B. Roscngttrdcn R. Puintcr, Ii. Murtt-llnro. G. Taylor, M. Schmidt, M. Mcliritlc, E. Vogt, D. Smith, B. I. Neal L. StLttm'r, A. XVIIIILIFIN. i a J rr l ,157 fvgg n ' v " oi fl fyvifil '- liz f . . .. WY Y ,,-.vv.v.rf I vc llll v Upper Group- Back Row: P. Bosynyak, N. Ilemler, I'. Burlingame, G. Barnes, VV. lDeLancey, W. Brown. M. Blizck, T. Downs. B. Broaclstrect, R. Swall, L. Brandes, W. Bauer, Miss Bicrsach. Third Row: I. Blackburn, C. Britton. I. Brand, M. Bergman. F. Damish, E. Dietrich, R. Englehrecht. M. Carretto, F. Burton, G. Catles, F. Brink, IJ. Brand, I. Baszali, II. Drahota, II. Bazos. Second Row: W. Coombs, H. Chris- tiansen, R. Brown, Ii. Burniilgc, B. Cardigan, R. Barker, Ii. Anderson, H. Born, R. Burdick, W. Boyer, H. Cochran. W. Dibler. First Row: I. IJcWitte, B. Dunn, A. Abbott, N. Balcli, V. Awe, L. Blcyerk, A. Anclerson, I.. Bonkoski, M. Bronson. A. Burns, M. Ciraulo, M. Elliott, R. Diggcns, B. Berman. B. Drystlalcf. Lower Group- Fourth Row: V. Grun, A. Glashagel, L. Griggs, A. Henning, H. Iacobs, VV. Martens, G. Wcllnitz, : R. Uris, H. Gil- M. Hint, W. Hancock. A. Haseman, O. Gromcr, R. Wagner, F. Zimmick, R. Gugc. Third Row R. Walker, L. Wilson, R. Roll-I, I. Hamilton, I. Young, G. Gisslcr, Wolaver, W. Iakcway, more, I. Ginnell, I. Iancckc, W. Yarwooil. Second Row: R. Iackson, L. Howarcl, M. Iohnson, M. Van Horn, L. Hamcistcr, M. Iohnson, I. Zypsyck, Ii. NVormwootl, L. Warner, I. Volp, D. Volbertling. First Row: R. Tyner, C. Young, M. VVilkening, Ii. Hood, R. Iohnson, H. Trost. ID. Gillis, L. A. Gillilian, R. Hall. A. Hicsc, B. Iacobson, N. Iones. Iohnson, sl ,W KY X i I -jf W . A nf My "b X I jc. it F xx Xu A S3- Upper Group- Iiaek Row: I. Kendall, S. Rarfelmn, VV. Rowe, I. Rowe, H. Miller, VV. Orbison, M. Orkfritz, I. Roland, VV. McMahon. A. McCormack, V. Pate, R. Keller, D. Ross, H. Samuelson. Third Row: Mr. Bohnerl, F. Neal, NV. Pierce, B. Munro, R. Mosely, A. Plate, H. Plummer, L. Niethammer, I. Rouse, M. Miller, F. Parkin, ll. Raue. A. Klug, G. Miko, W. Miller. Second Row: R. Kissclberg, F. McGirley, R. O'Leary, IJ. Kienlin, W. Kellman, G. Meliwan, M. Nnrling, R. Kappa, C. Powell, F. Phillips, I.. Rockwell, R. Morris, K. Parrott. Front Row: R. Painter, F. Kirkland, I.. Powell, I. Nemetz, E. Koschnick, M. Koyn, F. Rapp, M. Ponsonhy, IZ. Rauschenherger, F. Kenyon, H. Metz, S. Kauflman, L. Mueller, M. Mockler. Lower Group- Back Row: C. Sorenson, O. Shaw. G. Smith, G. Fields, F. Burren, R. Sterricker, H. Lind, H. Klucnder, S. Semeizer, F. Chatterton. T. LaRny, Getch, R. Kramer, R. Freyer, R. Leach, L. Struckmann, S. Smith. Third Row: IJ. Senger, F. VVhalcn, G. Leigh, I. Ska-els. M. Strucl-cmann, D. Ryan, V. Sill, E. Sponhultz, L. Thiele, M. Wolens, O. Leuterhok, M. La Roy, A. Sauer, IS. Stewart, li. Reason, R. Schuett, C. Wood. O. Thrum. Second Row: W. Wienholtz, R. Zornow. I.. Gathman, I.. Krusemeicr, Ii. Werner, H. Schock, O. Fies. I.. Schuman, S. Tobin, L. Studt. P. Larson, B. Stevens, S. Schaeffer, W. Kramer, F. Funk, N. Emmons, Ii. Marquis. M. Schroeder. First Row: ID. Weston, I. VVheaton, B. Tidmarch, C. Reber, C. Theile, R. Shinberger, II. Tillery, M. Vlierrbach. I.. Stevenson, M. Therien, E. Rache, F. Liepitz, L. Lindorfer, R. Lange, ID. Kroyer, ID. Richoz. Ii. Marshal. W ow 1 wflj i l XJ.: r m ' wi ' K JM. ' bdifllfffvf Upper Group- ' Fourth Row: W. Czischkc, I. Henard, A. Iohnson, li. Boldt, W. Conner, W. Geister, H. McElroy. E. Lindbergh, F. Franz, R. Fowler, C. DeNew, N. Davis, R. Engelke, I. Kasuler. R. Freise, Blackford. Third Row: VV. Meek, I. Kelahan, V. Lutz. H. Metz, L. Le-Vine, M. Fierke, A. Abell, D. Batt, R. Bain, C. Amis, M. Hamlin, R. Hopp, R. Grote. M. Koteles, F. Dietrich, W. Czcishin. Second Row: G. Cooper, C. Mcllonaugh, C. Line, R. Andrews, K. Anderson, C. Iones, I. Malin, O. Iverson, R. Dierker, H. Ehlers, B. Burdick, A. Brown, G. Bruns, M. Biermann, A. Cahill, S. Fienstrcin. First Row: K. Kenney, D. Mal- lory, H. Brown, N. Hoffman, R. Kendall, H. Lane, M. llird, M. Hall, E. Hadercr, V. Birch, H. Biggers, M. Dietrich, M. Kible, M. Allenor, M. Daxis, H. Bellows. l0B I' 0 H 'ii Lower Group- Fourth Row: R. Monteith, I. Ross, F, llirli-5, li. VVasher. D. Schnelli, A. Michall. G. Milner, R. Range. G. Smith, R. Miller, P. Wagner, L. Tyrrell, W Stonebreaker, M. VVallis, R. Pompa. IJ. Stewart, R. Zcigler, R. Munroe. li. Schmidt, VV. Radke, S. Niles, B. Gettle, A. Steinke, D. Studi, M. Grauphner, I-. Wright, E. Stettner. H. VVagner, C. Thiel, W. Wcgman, R. Van Natta, R. Geldmacher, A. Papay, R. Phelps, G. Volpp. R. Mosiman, G. Sipple, R. Osborne. lf. Seyles. R. Miller, R. Schultz. l.. Gerber, R. Grehn, XV. Symon, W. Seilkopf, I-. Stewart, F. VVren. L. Schni-H. I.. Reber, I. Wagner, I. Schmidt, li. Mock, M. Sodt, E. Nottolini, C. Sorce, M. Smith. I-f. VVingatc, I. Sylla, li. Nichols. a 71+ .WA-,gd V v I 2,141 , l lil. X ,. 1 1 Ji P 10B Upper Group- Fourth Row: L. Carlson, H. Berna, O. Allison, H. Bright, R. Bryant, E. Billings, R. Ackinann, G Childs, R. Carlson, L. Carrey, L. Brierly, E. Baderdiel, S. Shoney, K. Carlson, W. Docrge, F. Bohnc S. Brand, H. Britznian, Miss Morrow. Third Row: Mrs. Tctzner, G. Carlson, M. Ahelman, F. Burkland I, Conrath, G. Crow. I. Coon, M. Crandall, L. Cootcr, N. Bumstead, D. Beverly, Anderson, E. Brown K. Cahill, H. Day. Second Row: I. Bero, R. Benedict, G. Bctz, G. Boettcher, F. Cohn, E. Daking, L Brown, M. Blanchard. M. Camper, F. Begalka, M. Beyer, R. Bonlider, H. Abney, L. Ackmann. I. Berke M. Ahamek, M. Adeinek. E. Bruens, E. Burton, I. Egycdi. First Row: D. Bartelt, M. Andersen, V Brewbaker, G. Albright. M. Basile, A. Becker, R. Corson, F, Andersen, VV. Haldwell, M. Ceadarwall L. Elliott, M. Collie, I. Dillon, H. Chamberlain. L. Burns. R. Canale, L. Ciraulo, D. Deliewees, A Bell, M. Coestcr. Lower Group- Fifth Row: B. Hughes, O. Knickrehni, V. Mason, K. Kastner, H. Kiel, H. Haumiller, F. Graf, R. Heilick I. Holmes, M. Hecher. W. Homfeldt, li, Fore, K. Ericksen. F. Funk, A. Iilsin, M. Fehrman. R. Fritz Miss Hannigan. Fourth Row: E. Heine, F. Kane, R. Hayword, M. Holtz, M. Hultz, L. Kowert, W Hallock, E. Hartman, A. Hallin, L. Carvey, B. Gray, L. Gratfara, I. Fabian, E. Urhae, I. Rimes, I. Fisher C. Filmore, P. Goggin, D. Folkman, R. Eidnian. Third Row: NV. Hodell, Mr. VVinn, D. Koch, D. Kline A. Hallimon, M. Hansen, E. Kirkpatrick, E. Hattendorf, IJ. Humbracht. L. Humbracht, A. Iessine, B Hayes, H. Frederiekson. Second Row: V. Flood, A. Kirkland, H. Ernst, V. Gregor, E. Green, H. Gromer R. Geisler, A. Goll. First Row: D. Hess, R. Cockney, L. Heinemon, A. Honeywell, L. Koch, L. Kolberg S. Kilgore, W. Gray, C. Haller, C. Gactly, R. Grimer, L. Kernan, P. Gifford, P. Hansen, I. Kellman M. Koch, H. Gschwind. I, ,r My V ,. ,yy .I II, .V . p p, wf.14,g0 f.-71' I0 B Upper Group- Fourth Row: Mr. Tavlor, F. Wakeheld, R. XVells, H. Washer, M. Strohm, VV. Stuart. M. Struekman W. Shuleg, H. Seigle, II. Slinko, A. xfVl1lZllJlCli, M. Read, F. Watson, B. Weehter. N. VVehh, C. Spieher H, VVilliams, li. Voights, Il. Stalions, K. Sehermeyer. Third Row: li. Schroeder, W. Ruhnitx, M. Schear E. Vranka, li. Mhumacher, C. Swanson, li. Smith, M. Sehuld, B. Yagle, H. Weatphal, V. Watson, E Rydcll, H. Thompmon, I. Yourd, M. Wyman, M. Wyse, D. Taylor, D. Smith, A. Yoss, L. Steinway Second Row: W. Sprehn, K. Roms, G. Sanders, F. Underhill, R. XVc'll, W. Reimer, G. Soper, C. Rothfuss I. Woluswiez, H. Sullivan, W. Steinway. M, Wonderliek, R. Vlfinehester. First Row: P. Smith. R. Swain O. Smith, R. Stuart, H. Stewart, A. Washer, D. Spurling, V. Suntl, B. Nitz, G. Sill, L. Sholes. M. Ross F. Schultz, D. Zwieky, M. Wolff, M. Strung, M. Read, B. VVoltT, H. Schramm. Lower Group- Fourth Row: K. Lalliman, A. Mueller, I. Leitner. I, Manney, A. Lloyd, li. Pierson, M. Nam, M. Lloyd R. Plute, I. MeQueeney, F. Krihs, I. Lamb, li. Mock, M. Rahe, Ii. Reimer, I. Remer, H. Peterson, H N'elaon.I Nerore A Newman I. Prvde Third Row. R L ' l A. 'Nil . . . , I . ' . eonart, 1 eson, I. Murphy, G. Petersen, L. Meyer, H. M lx- D. M' '- ' ' 1 - ' '- " ' ot len, .1rtensen,G.Lind3,ren, E. Oneil I Moeheh C1 Riehock R Muss L. P'l , . , . , . .. , i L - liter, R. Pileher, C. Rogerson. L. Rolf, M. Roph, G. Newman. Second Row: M. Marks, S. Papageorge, M. Lock. G. Munch, G. Ponsonhy, D. Popp, H. Meek, H. Milke, C. Nassler, G. Larsen, R. Mcllonough, R, Prescott, E. Pierce, li. Moony, I. Mlay. M. Montgomery, A. Rein, ll. Kuehl. R. Peterson, V. Roddis. F' i R . ' - ', , I I v' irst ow. Cl. Mflaiish, I. Mtkowa, IJ. Peterson, li. Nieliolr., W. Rauschenberger, Fl. Rassmussen, I Krey I Lewzhey R. Lav, A Miller VV. Miers. l-S M'ID il F ' ' . -A - . 1 . , -' , . t UIlOllI.,1, .. Mtlbonough, I. Robinson, H. Owereamh, D. Morrison. I Y . 1. I L f I ll U ,-.. .+..9 B ALJ' ' Upper Group- ' Fourth Rmy: W. Iohnson. R. Getsch. V, Hecht, R. Egler. C. Gromer, M. Anderson. P. Alton, A. Ammon, A. Holmgren. IJ. Ackemann, A. Hayes, I. Bruckner, R. Kelahan, E. Boncosky, G. Carhary, A, Bierman, R. Hoagland. C. Cirrincione, I. I-ioothby, M. Ehlenfeldt. Third Row: Mr. Vonckx, H. Grant, W. Brown, I.. Freeman. M. Pay, C. Breslich, I.. Egoroff, R. Frisby, L. Illyes, R. Durkee, C. Gannon, I. Hameister, C. Keller, C. Curry, A. Heister. W. Hawley, B. Biesert, R. Keegan, A. Rolz, L. Bohlin, Mr. Beckncr. Second Row: C. Ammon, C. Gilkerson, B. Bean, P. Almon, R. Dab, C. Held, F. Dietrich, C. Engdall, E. Hill, I. Halverson, M. Anselmen, P. Hedblade, E. Brocker, I. Trahota, G. Adams, M. Goldstein, M. Kasiba, B. Bochum. First Row: L. Gray, H. Gondos, M. Kible, E. Engstrom, H. Hallinan, B. Banker, H. Gibbs, R. Henning, Iernherg. F. Demien, E. Castle. R. Giertz, H. Hedley, M. Giesler, C. Austin, M. Adams, E. liclxert. K. Bayer. H. Herold. Lower Group- Fourth Row: I. Palmer. G, Kronhout. R. Miller, L. Lagerstrom, B. Ulsauer, M. Shaw. D. Schmittendorf, M. Peterson, R. Retterson. M. Shine, R. XValer, P. Spaulding. M. Lindquist, V. Reed, D. Scales, R. Logan, I. Leach, C. Smith. K. Yarwuod. Third Row: P. Kowalski, R. Sterricker. I. NVallis, R. Struckman, T. Reinert. H. Siursett, O. Meuser. I. Newman, H, Martins. H. Wahl, A. Warner, H. Kruse, E. Mueller, G. Papageorge, Ii. Stohr, K. Rapalee, C. Van Delinder. G. Steffan, E. Wood. Second Row: G. Krause. D. Myer. L. Woodrich. I. Tanner, W. Noonan, M. Schrieher, D. Van Arco, M. Miller, S. Mcljurney. I. McCarthy, R. Mink, F. Paulus, W. Mitchell, K. Pearson, F. Miller, L. McNichol, R. Lee, K. Sanders. First Row: M. Ponsonby, F. Leiseberg, F. Murphy, R. Masel, M. Mundy, D. Seeligcr, A. Mugler. D. Pate, W. Koch, C. Nelson, V. Schaepfer, G. Smith, R. Prescott, A. Purkey, I. Shales, I. Voltz. IJ. Sanders, H. XVilkin. I.. Leiseberg. I F Scholarship Too often Overlooked, scholarship yet remains One of the most important features of school life. At the close of the school year there comes an Annual Scholarship Day, set aside as a time for the recognition of those who have attained outstanding honors in their work during the year. Honor Boll Students Our school has an Honor Roll upon which the name of any student having an average of ninety or above in four subjects is placed. The names of those having these grades for one report period appear on the Monthly Honor Roll. If they keep the same record for a Whole semester, their names are placed on the Semester Honor Rollg and when they have made this record the entire year, they receive an Honor Medal. These medals, contributed by the Rotary Club, are presented on Scholarship Day by the Elgin Rotary Club president. The medal for a student appearing for his lirst year is a round one of bronze, for the second, a round one of silver, for the third, one of gold, and for the fourth year, a square one of gold. AKEMANN, ERNEST W. 12 MILLER, GEORGE F. 11b AKEMANN, RICHARD W. 9a MILLER, JAMES C. 11 AMIS, CAROL JEAN 10b MILLER, ROBERT C. 11b BIEDERMAN, CHRISTINE D. 11b OLHABER, JOHN H. 11 BOETTCHER, GLENROSE E. 9a PALM, DORIS I. 11 BOETTGHER, LEORA B. 11 POST, EDGAR A. 12 BURMASTER, MARION L. 11 PRYDE, EVERETT H. JR. 9a CEDERWALL, MARION D. 9a RAFFELSON, EVELYN 12 DELANCEY, WILLIAM J. 10a RICHOZ, DORIS M. 10a ELLIOTT, N. LUCILE 9a RUNGE, PHYLLIS M. 12 FRANTZ, RUTH A. 11 SCHULTZ, J. HOWARD 12 FRISBY, NANCY G. 12 SCHULTZ, JOY 12 GRAUPNER, MARGARET R. 10b SEIMER, NORAINE N. 11 GRAY, BETTY JEAN 9a SEYMOUR, CAROL V. 11 HEINE, RALPH W. 12 STUMME, ELVERA E. 11 LEACH, RALPH F. 10a VIRGIL, EDWINA R. 11b LEVERENZ, CHARLOTTE M. 11 WISE, ELSPETH H. 12 LISOR, MARIAN C. 11 WRIGHT, LENORE J. 11 LOGAN, MARGARET M. 11 YOURD, JEAN 9a MARKS, FREDERIC S. 11 Awards On our third Annual Award Day, Iune 3, 1931, the following presentations were made: FRENCH AWARD The Lafayette Medal, awarded for excellence in French, comes indirectly from the Republic of France and is coined in the mints there. The medal is provided by the Elgin Post No. 57 of the American Legion and was presented by Commander William I. Lorang to Elspeth H. Wise. LATIN AWARD The Eta Sigma Phi Medal, awarded for excellence in Latin, was presented by Miss Hazel F. Linklield to Margaret A. Fleming, Cornelia A. Palmer, and Robert S. Romeis MIRROR AWARDS The Mirror pins were presented by the Adviser of the Mirror Staff, Miss Emmie U. Ellis, to the following members of the Mirror: Wesley Adams, William Brady, Catherine Breen, Elizabeth Brydges, Raymond Cahill, Alice Crocker, Ruth Farmiloe, Dorothy Good, Mary Alice Helman, Tom Lawless, Curtis Lumm, Mary C. Miller, Marelu Moore, Mariam lane Muntz, Mary Alice Phelps, Edith Pierson, Iames Rasmussen, Robert Reid, Ada Ross, Howard Rovelstad, Wilda Rudnick, Eleanor Swanson, Ruth Weeks, Elmer Weichel, and Grant Wertz. The Mirror Pins were presented by Principal VV. L. Goble, President of the Mirror Board, to Roger Hess and Woodrow Miller, student members of the Board. Individual Awards for llutstanding Students 1922 HONOR MEDALS Two medals are awarded each year by the class of 1922 to the boy and girl of the senior class who best represent their classmates in scholarship, leadership, and athletic ability. 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A ' il- w - ,LW f Q .w ." L Mr. Adams. Mr. Miller, Mr. Larsen, Mr. Saam, Mr. Goble, Mr. Roggen. Athletic Board of Control The Athletic Board of Control determines the policy of Elgin High School athletics, systems of play: and in conjunction with the other Big Six boards arranges the schedules and rules by which the circuit will play. A very important power which the board exer- cises is the awarding of letters for football, basketball, track, tennis, and golf. are awarded in the following manners: In basketball and football twelve conference quarters are required for a letter. Con- duct, attitude, and teamwork are considered in accordance with the service clause. For golf and tennis letters are awarded on merit and general attitude. Track are awarded in two divisions, maior and minor, the former are granted for a place in the Big Six outdoor meet or ten points in competition, while the latter are given to those failing to meet the major requirements. Mr. Larsen is president and Mr. Miller the financial manager and secretary of the board. Mr. Saam, as superintendent of the Elgin Schools, is a member, as is Mr. Goble, principal of the High School. Mr. Adams and Mr. Roggen, as coaches intrusted with the turning out of representative teams, are also members. gi - is-R.. E 551 " ifton E. Adams -"Cliff," as he is known, is the athle- tic director of the school, besides being coach for heavy- weight football and basketball. Arthur Roggeri Mr, Roggen, al- though here for his hrst year, has been very successful as track and lightweight coach. lohn A. Krafft Mr. Krafft has cap- ably coached the B heavies and assisted Mr. Adams with the A squad. Myron C. Myers Mr. Myers has coach- ed the lightweight B squad, which con- tributes a great deal to the success of the A team the follow- ing year. Gilbert E. Renner "Gil" has charge of tennis, golf, and the intramural sports, which offer recrea- tion for those not participating in inter- scholastic competi- tion. Coaches There is perhaps no position in a school that has so much direct bear- ing and influence on a boy's life as does that of a coach. His duty is not only to turn out winning teams but also to inspire and guide the players to the right start in life. The Elgin coaches have fulfilled this to the last degree. These men have turned out con- sistently strong teams, which have always ended the season well up in the running in the Big Six con- ference, which is one of the strong- est high school circuits in the north- West territory. An example of El- gin's leadership is shown in the lights! winning the football title for the fifth consecutive time this year. Captains lt is a generally accepted theory that every team, no matter how small or obscure it may be, to be successful must have a leader. ln modern sport teams elect captains from one of their number by popu- lar vote. He is the one upon whose shoulders falls the responsibility team spirit, sportsmanship, and desire to Win. He represents team in all negotiations and is one by whom people judge team. If the team wins steadily, captain is patted on the back. the team loses a lot of games, must stand the criticism. Fans help a team considerably by couraging the boy who does for the the the the the It he can en- his best to lead his team to victory. "Dino" Nottolini The heavy football team needed a strong leadcr. They found one in "Dino," "Pinky" Cahill A better choice for pony football captain could not be made. g'Kenny" Koehler "links," leader of the Maroons in their cage invasions. "Paulie" Sokody 'iSoke," a line ex- ample, the sergeant in the lightweight basketball outfit. "Russ" Anderson Co-captain of track teamg an expericnced boss. "lim" Mon teith A fitting representa- tive for the cinder squad. A good co- captain. . I ' r . V , ' ' i 5 ' L at 5 af an f ' Rack Row: VV, Skoning. P. Backus, R. Voights, F. Olson, VV. Olhaber, R. Estcrgard, K. Shaw, Coach Adams. Center Row: C. Pwazos, F. Muescr, G. Becker. I. Howell, C. Buerk, R. Levey, I. Bain. Front Row: R. Str-rricker. P. Read, R. Pilcher, F. Nottolini, L. Iilakesly, H. Harrier, K. Koehler. Heavyweight Football sTANn1Ncss W. L. T. Pet. XV. .'Xurnl'.1 .. 2 ll 5 l.llUll lilgin 5 l I .7511 li. .'xLll'UI'.l . 5 2 U .lnllll lolicl H YV., .. 2 2 l .SHO liiwcport . l 3 l .250 Rockliorcl l -i ll .250 Although the Maroons were considered one of the IDOSI formidable in the Big 6 and although they tied the conference champions, VVest High, Elgin was forced to be content with a second place in the final standing. The line was composed of heavy, experienced material, Captain Nottolini, Buerk, and Shaw having seen action in the forward wall of the 1932 team. The backlield boasted two heavyweight lettermen, Olson and Bain. Pilcher, Howell, Smith, and Blakes- ley coming up from the lightweights, and Estergard, Olhaber, Meuser, Read, Skoning, Bazos, Voights, Levey, and Sterrieker, former "B" team players, composed the rest of the squad. From this wealth of line players Coach Adams turned out a team worthy of uphold- ing the name of Elgin High. Elgin was represented on the All-Conference eleven by Nottolini and Olson, the latter also being awarded all-state mention. Captain "Dino" Nottolini was an inspiring leader both by his dependable aggressive playing and natural football ability. R. Maillcr. V. Carlson, Coach' Roggen. Center allow: H. Morrison, li.VMiller, VV. Ciilomen, ,Fi Marquis? li. Cahill, E. Ballard, V. Pate, W. Iacobs, M. Silage, R. Miller. Front Row: A. Nelson, VV. Stowell, XV. Hofffman. I. Tobin. IJ. Kicnlen, G. liichar, H. Born, N. Kienlen, D. Horn, H. Morrison. Lightweight Football STANDINGS W. L. T. Pct. lilgin ..... W , , 9 ll ll l.lllIll Rockford ...... ...... nl l U fhllll liast Aurora .. 5 2 ll .fillll Freeport ...... ...... l 5 l .250 Ioliet ....... .... ..... I 4 ll .2110 Vllcst Aurora .... ,..,. 1 l -l I .HOU For five times in succession the aggressive E. H. S. lightweight football teams have led the conference. ln winning the last title Elgin was represented by a dynamic lighting team. When the season began, Mr. Roggen had Gostelle and Cahill, lirst string men of the previous year, Carlson. Kienlen, Iohnson, Andresen, jacobs, Miller, and Hansen second string men: and Born, Marquis, Morrison, and Mailler, "ll" team players, with which to build up a team representative of E. H. S. This team turned in l62 points to their op- ponents 25, proving their rank. Much of the credit for this great team is due Mr. Roggen, who though here for his Hrst year not only turned out a scrappy and aggressive outfit, but also showed himself a wonderful sportsman. The captain, "Pink" Cahill, through his natural leadership and fogball ability had much to do in keeping the team out in front. Six Elgin lightweights were placed on the mythical All-Conference First team: Cahill, Carlson, Andresen, Hansen, Marquis, and lacobs. On the second All-Conference eleven were Gostelle and Kienleng while Miller was given honorable mention. The lightweight team played consistently good football, with every man doing his best to help gain the championship. I 6 A . 1...- 440V "Dino" Nottolini Captain and all-con- ference: big and fast. "Ripper" Bain Crack safety man, cool and unruflied. "Chris" Bazos Hard, fast blocker. "Len" Blakesley Sturdy, elusive back. "Graydie" Buerk Took the brunt of any attack. "Bob" Estergard Strong, alert, tackle. ELGIN 12-FREEPORT 6 The heavyweights beat Freeport in probably the toughest game of the season. The final score stood at 12 to 6. The highlight of the game came when Olson arose from a knockout and sprinted 70 yards across the green for a touchdown. Then came a series of line bucks by Blakesley and Bull, who crossed the goal a second time. Freeport menaced Elgin's goal twice, but al- ways were stopped by a tightened defense. The Pretzels did, however, score in the last period with a 32- yard ramble. ELGIN 12-FREEPORT 0 A 12 to 0 victory over Freeport in the opening conference game en- couraged the Ponies to go out and win another Big Six shield. Cahill, Miller, and lacobs starred in the backheld. The game was decidedly Elginis. Being in scoring territory four times, Roggen's eleven scored only twice. Iacobs and Gostele fol- lowed a driving line down the Held 65 yards for the Hrst touchdown. After Freeport fumbled the kickoH on the 35-yard line, a neat pass from Iacobs to Cahill and a line smash by Miller gave Elgin the victory. X A fighting comeback in the sec- ond half saved the Maroons from sure defeat by West Aurora. In the Hrst quarter Elgin threatened the goal once, but the period ended with no score. In the second quar- ter a neatly blocked punt and a re, covery over the goal line scored West Aurora the first six points. In the same quarter a 45-yard touch- down run made the score Elgin 0- West High 14. With Olson carrying the ball nearly all the time, the second half netted Elgin 14 points, tying the score. Punting by Pilcher saved the game several times. ELGIN 19-WEST AURORA 0 The lights won a decision over West Aurora with a strongly offensive forward wall. A 20-yard Iacobs-to-Cahill pass and an end run put the ball over the chalk for Elgin's first touchdown. A steady march down the field credited Ca- hill with the second. After Carlson recovered a fumble and ran to the 5 yard line, Iacobs covered the re- maining yards. A clever pass from Iacobs to Cahill netted an extra point. JM Ioe Levcy Great on blocking and interference. f I llfl 1,1 ' 'X ' "Fritz", Meuser Compressed hut tough. 4 V Z if ff 1 "Bud" Olhaber Sure Ere on feeding the bull. " ul' Olson Line smashing dyna- mite. "Bob" Pilcher 140 lbs. of gridiron lightning. f I .MIM Q, I W' - 5 was wr iam ..., ami' "Perce" Read Short, hard, and clever guard. "Speed" Shaw Hard tacklcr and ac- curate pivot man. EAST AURORA 19-ELGIN 0 With the rain coming down in sheets the E. H. S. heavies went down to defeat before the faster and more alert down-river team. The ball had to be wiped off after almost every play, but this precau- tion for the most part was in vain, ' tw "War" Skoning Fighting l in e m a n with line spirit. for the play was blocked by innum- erable fumbles. The first East High touchdown came through a Maroon fumble on the twenty yard line. Thereafter, .mf D ,gg .. Y "Smitty" Smith Hits like at ton of bricks. "Bob" Sterricker Sliifty broken - field runner "Ray" voigms Dependable reserve center. the men from down the river held the edge and managed to score two more touchdowns. ELGIN 26-EAST AURORA 7 Displaying a fast, brainy, flashy brand of football, the Maroonettes overcame the East High ponies in a chilly downpour. Featuring long runs by Cahill and Iacobs for touchdowns, the game showed the typical Elgin hght, with the lights in control of the ball most ofthe time. The other two touchdowns were added by the hard plunging Gostelle in conjunc- tion with the fast charging line. 5 ELGIN 7-ROCKFORD 0 The Rockford heavyweight game was a fight from start to finish. The first quarter was decidedly the Rabs, with Elgin doing good defensive worki The second quarter showed Elgin on the offensive, Levey finally going over for the touchdown. 'gBob', Pilcher booted the ball over the bar, making it 7 to 0. Olson, before going out with in- iuries, showed all-around football ability in snagging passes and hit- ting the line. In the last half neither team was able to get within scoring distance. ELGIN 20-ROCKFORD 6 The lightweight victory over Rockford showed the value of team work in winning games. The teams were evenly matched, and although Rockford had more first downs, El- gin grabbed the breaks to win. Cahill, intercepting a Rab pass, ran 80 yards for a touchdown. "Steamroller" Gostelle made two touchdowns. "Tink" Carlson, who went out at the half with a frac- tured shoulder, proved himself a great end in grabbing fumbles and piling up interference. "Pink" Cahill A shifty, elusive ball carrier. "Bud" Andresen A big cog of the de- fense. "Dyke" Bom An end that gets his man! "Tink" Carlson A great all -around end. "Walt" Giloman A dependable tackle. "Gus" Gostelle "Steamroller Gus." 5 S S. il 'A 11? 'LSmokey" Hansen Iron man in the line. "Bill" Hoffmann A brainy Field general. "Pewee" Iacobs A hard running, hard hitting back. "Art" Iohnson Fast, smart guard. "Norbie" Kienlcn A tough tackle. "Bob" Mailler A stalwart deter- mined tackler. ELGIN 19-IOLIET 0 Elgin slid, slithered, and waded to victory on a muddy field over the Prison City heavies. It was the last conference game for eight of the meng consequently they outdid themselves to leave a last favorable impression. "Gaga,' Mills, aggregation found the going hard with the Maroon line charging in and getting the runner. The Elgin touchdowns were made by Sterriker, Levey and Bazos. "Speed" Shaw and Nottolini play- ed "bang upi' games. ELGIN 32-IOLIET 0 With Ioliet the last obstacle to the Fifth consecutive "Big Six" crown, the lights smothered the Iail- ers in the 'fgooi' by the decided mar- gin of two touchdowns by Iacobs, three by Gostelle, and two follow- up points. "Bob', Miller should be praised for his work at blocking half. So- kody, Hansen, Marquis, and Andre- sen played stand-out games in the line. NON-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL Three pre-conference games were played as season openers. In the first the heavies met and defeated McKinley High of Chicago by a 13-to-0 score. The lightweights proved too fast for the heavy Liber- tyville reserves and ran up a 13-to-6 victory in the curtain raiser. A classy Fenger High team gave the heavies their Hrst set-back by adding a point after touchdown to win by a 7-to-6 score. However the lights sent the Fenger minors back to Chicago with a 27-to-0 drubbing. The Maroons entertained two En- glewood teams on October 2 and scored a double victory, the heavies sinking the Chicago team 13 to 7, while the lights rallied in the last half to win 13 to 6. As a climax to the 1931 season, on Thanksgiving day a charity game with Parker high was sched- uled for the heavies, who came there for a 26-to-0 victory over the touted Chicagoans. The light- weights had disbanded for the sea- son and played no game on this date. Earl Marquis Little, hut ll Fighter. "Bob" Miller A h a r tl haflling blocker. "Hank" Morrison A tough tackle. "Sy" Pate A harrl plunging fullback. "Soak" Sokody A rangy cntl of abil- ity. "Somie" Som A cool, Il'L!hlXVC1'llly end. "Walt" Stowell A resourceful man. vt! auf? V .Ll x i tl N Hack Row: K. Koehler, G. Becker, R. Kramer. R. Adams, R. Anderson, P. Backus, VV. McMahon, L. Struckman, Coach Kralft. Center Row: R. Sterricker, F. Mueser, G. Hazali, I. Source, ll. Smith. V. Humburg, D. Beverly, M. Kotclcs, W. Boyer. Front Row: R. Andrews, H. Barrier, I. Murphy. I. Mason, ll. VVhalcn. 'fir' Heavyweight Football The "B" system has been accepted in most high schools and universities as the best way of discovering and building material for the school's first teams. Elgin has been using this plan for several years, during which time the Board of Control has provided equipment and arranged schedules. The heavyweight "B" teams followed a slightly dirlerent schedule from the lights. The season was highly successful, with only one defeat, which was at the hands ol' Mooseheart. ln the First game against Harvard the "Hs" won 13 to 7, due to passes for large gains in the last half. Marengo was the second to fall before the reserve squad's play, 19 to 0. Then Mooseheart took the next 6 to 0 in a hard-fought battle. The heavies then proceeded to take Woodstock to the tune of Z7 to 0, and followed this up with a win over Mcl-lenry, 14 to 0. ln the last game the "Hs" fought the Morton reserve squad to a scoreless tie. Mr. Kraft deserves a great deal of credit for whipping the green material into a winning aggregation. Koteles distinguished himself by his hard, consistent plunges and oil-tackle slices. Sterricker, the fleet haltback who played "A" squad in the last of the season. made great gains around end. Kramer. tackle, and Getsch, center. showed ability in the line. I I 3 . . - q A A . . Q . , 1 , Q-1 ' I i ,pt . .... ,,A , ............. ..... . . . . ...W . . t Front Row: D. Dewev, P. Larson, W. Pierce, R. Munroe, R. Zornow, W. Grehn, D. Flora, D. Gould, H. Peterson. Middle lloxv: I. Coughlos, M. Webster, G. Gotltlert, C. Meyers, B. Munroe, P. Pmsnyak. A. Nelson, H. Wagner, M. McDonough, R. Gierens, C. Hall. Back Row: Coach Meyers. I. Reed, W. Geistcr, I. Ianecke. I. VVarren, H. Baldwin, F. Marsh, li. Eglcr, li. Carlson, C. Hill. "ll" Lightwveight Football The UB" lights faced a heavy schedule, which they played without their best players, who were drafted to replace the numerous iniured "A" squad men. In the DesPlaines game, which the HBE" dropped 20-6, the team fought consistently, but against heavy oddsg Don Keinlen made the lone Elgin score on an end play. Mooseheart won both games against Elgin, 7-6 here and l2-6 there. ln the latter game Paul Larsen made the pony score on a punt, which he blocked, caught, and then ran 60 yards for the touchdown. West Chicago went down before the "Bs" 12 to 6. Keinlen and Hoffman made the Elgin touchdowns. while Harold Born played a bang-up game. The last two games came out scoreless ties. The games were with Main Township and Morton. The "B" team and the Znd team of the HA" squad struggled through a spirited con- test which the "As" won 12 to 0. Mr. Meyers deserves much credit for developing a number of players that proved adept on the MA" squad. Rack Row: Coach Adams, W. Skoning. E. Gt-tsch. H. Humhracht, R. Anderson, G. Kelley, C. Bazos. Second Row: P. NVimpleherg, R. Smith, H. Pfister, R. Levey, Howell, W. Gcister, Gostcle. First Row: R. Pilchcr. R. Sterriclier, V. Pate. Heavyweight Basketball STANDINGS W. L. Pct. lillitl . . . X 2 .hllll Elgin ......... . .. 7 5 .THU W. Aurora . , 'J 9 .500 F. Aurora . . 5 5 .500 Freeport H.. . . -l tm .-lllll Rockford l U .lllll Again the Elgin High School Maroons took a place high in the Big Six running, heing eliminated in the last game of the season hy Ioliet after a hard fought battle. The season, all in all. was very good considering that the year was marked hy numerous instances of hard luck. Six players of ahility were lost during the season. Smith, Bazos, Pilcher, Blakesley, and Olson were ineligible at mid semester due to the nine semester ruling, and Captain Ken Koehler was disqualified hy conference ruling. Four of the games lost were nip and tuck throughout, with the teams displacing each other numerous times for the lead. Mr. Adams has developed teams which have turned out consistently well in the stiff Big Six competition. For his coaching this year he deserves all the credit that can he given him. The Maroons placed two men on the mythical Allhilonference team, Wimpleherg, who led the conference in scoring, and Anderson. Ray Smith would have heen placed on the first team except for the tact that he played only one semester. Back Row: N. Kienlen, l'J. Cahill, F. Sorn, Coach Roggen, ll. Baldwin, I. Thisscl, I.. Funk, li: Ballard, Second Row: A. Nelson. VV. lacobs, l'. Sokody, R. Miller, li. Cahill, P. Ilallard, ll. Smith. First Row: Ii. Marquis. W. Cordogian. Lightweight Basketball STANDINGS W. L. Pct. Rockford 7 5 .700 lolita! YY,, , , fl rl Elgin ........ 5 5 ,500 E. Aurora .. ...... 5 5 .500 VV. Aurora . 5 5 ,5Illl Freeport . . Z 8 .200 The ponies looked like a championship outfit at the opening of the season. Every- thing was proceeding according to the rosiest dreams of any of the fans, when a severe handicap presented itself to the team in the form of losing five players. Captain Soliody was lost as a nine-semester man, and the rest through a conference eligibility ruling. Coach Roggen was faced with the puzzling problem of reorganizing his team. VVC place considerable credit after Captain Sokody's name because he was largely responsible for the dandy spirit in a cooperating, spirited team. Hob Miller carried on the good work after Paul went the way of all ninth semester athletes. Paul was all-conference the First semester. and Bob was all-conference for the entire season. The team was always considered a threat in the conference and was chosen by op- ponents as the favorite squad to hold the long end of a score. They ended the season tying for third place with East and VVest Aurora, each team winning live games and losing an equal number. A well-experienced coach worked in new surroundings with newly acquainted boys and was considered one of the finest and best coaches ever to hold down a iob in this high school. VVe are, of course, speaking of everyones friend, Mr. Roggen. I 16' GAME RESULTS - HEAVIES Elgin 33 Crystal Lake ,,,,,,, ,,,, Z 7 Elgin 3l Bowen ,,,,,,.. . ,..., ., .,,7 . 35 Elgin 35 Freeport .,,, 28 Elgin 32 St. Charles ,,,,7, ,,,,7,7 2 4 Elgin 35 Alumni ,,,,,, 7,,7,,, 2 9 Elgin ,3,, 7...,, l 3 Marshall ,,,,,,,,., ,,,, 28 Elgin ,,,7, ,,,7,, 2 5 West Aurora ..... . s.,,t,, 23 Elgin 28 Rockford .,,,t ,,t,,,, 2 1 Elgin 39 East Aurora ,,,, . ..,., 26 Elgin 23 Ioliet ,,,,,,,,,, ,,Y, 2 4 is Y Q Y s 'HW' If N 1 'X sn- 3 'ii i 'LRus" Anderson The Fighting Red. "Chris" Bazos A defensive guard of ability. "Ed" Getsch Good material for neu year. I ,. 1 U '. 'Af ' ' V. L "Gus" Gostele An aggressive reserve guard. 5'Hummie" Humbracht A tall. dexterous IHYUI INJII. "Ice" Levey A big. dependable guard. J TJ of 1931 - 32 The heavies had an unusually interesting schedule this year. Bowen High of Chicago, one of the leading teams in its section, engaged the Maroons in a thrilling game. Al- though Bowen was the heavy fav- orite, the determined fighting Ma- ljroons were defeated by only four points in a hectic last quarter. The highly-touted Harlow, high scorer in the Chicago conference, was held to only 6 baskets. During the Christmas holidays an interesting game between the hea- vies and an alumni team composed of former Elgin High stars resulted in a win for the Maroons. The superior teamwork and stamina and the characteristic Elgin Hght was the deciding factor. GAME RESULTS - HEAVIES Elgin ,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 4 Freeport ,,,, Elgin ,,,7,,, ,,,. 2 7 XVest Aurora Elgin, . , ,7,. 35 Rockford Elgin ,,,,,,, ,,,7 l 9 East Aurora Elgin ,7,7, . ,,,, 20 Ioliet ,, Elgin ,,,,, , .. ,. 30 Alumni 7,,, Elgin ,,,,,,, ,,,, -l 0 Wooclstock Elgin ,,,,,,, ,,,. 2 7 Hampshire ,,,, Elgin ,,,,,,, ,,,, l l Dundee ,..l 1.7 fi " -2 ,f . Z " ,J 5-I SEASON "SY" Pate The two games with Ioliet stand out as the most thrilling of the sea- son and the hardest for the Adams- men to lose. Ioliet's victory on the Elgin floor came in the last few sec- onds of play, when a Millsman scored a short shot after a basket by 'LRed" Anderson apparently had cinched the game. At Ioliet the Maroons were eliminated from a possible conference victory by a hec- tic struggle again won by loliet with a basket in the closing seconds of the last period. Rockford, always a tough Elgin cage opponent, fell before the ter- rific onslaught of the Elgin heavies in their determined light to top the Big 6. An alert y o u n g guard. "Cinder" Pfister A foxy, fcinting for- ward. "Bob" Pilcher An experienced for- ward with lots of pep. L'Ray" Smith An aggressive all- timc guard. "Bob" Stcrricker A c l c v c r, speedy guard. "Paulie" Wimpleberg Leading thc confer- cncc scoring speaks for itself. 49 3 . ur six' c .. r,r W Elgin Elgin Elgin . Elgin Elgin Elgin Elgin Elgin GAME RESULTS - LIGHTS 44 20 24 3-l 30 26 Zl 22 Crystal Lake 12 Bowen 29 Freeport ,77,, . 12 St. Charles ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 6 El-Mon Builders ., 7,,,,,,7 31 VVest Aurora .. . . . 20 Rockford ,,,,,, ,7,,,, 1 1 East Aurora . 20 'VW if vu 1 TJ ' Ns :ln V Earl Ballard A forward in every sense of the word. "Pinky" Cahill Experienced, crafty. out - guessing guard. "Kenny" Cahill Another Cahill whn's got plenty to live up to. 'fPeeWee" Iacobs E q u a l l y brilliant scorer at guard or forward. The lightweights also entertained several good non-conference teams this season, along with the regular Big 6 schedule. Against Bowen's more experienc- ed squad they were unsuccessful. The ponies met the El-Mon Build- ers in a charity tussle and dropped one of the best games of the season by a one-point margin. The Build- ers were composed of former light- weight stars, and the two teams were so evenly matched that the outcome was not decided until a basket in the last of the fourth quar- ter overcame the light's one-point lead. The ponies scraped through with a two-point victory over the East Aurora men, after a determined struggle on the part of each team. All of the Elgin lights games were fast and interesting to watch, but the above stand out as partic- ularly noticeable. GAME RESULTS - LIGHTS Elgin ,,,,,, I5 Elgin ,7,,7 . . 32 Elgin 18 Elgin iiii . iiii Z3 Elgin . 23 Elgin i,,, ,. . 17 Elgin ,,,, . l3 ' ' 12 Elgin ,,,, ,, Ioliet . Freeport , West Aurora ., Rockford East Aurora ,,,, Ioliet , El-Mon Builders Maine ,,,,,,, , Woodstock was the scene of some of the hottest basketball games of the season. The event was to decide who should represent this district in the sectional competition. The sec- tional victors in turn play for state honors. Elgin won their First two district games. but met in the third encounter a powerful flashy five from Dundee. The result was not what it was expected to be. Elgin lost by a liberal margin. Dundee Was defeated during sectional com- petition. lt has been nearly ten years since Elgin has carried home the bacon from a state meet. We haven't given up hope. but instead predict that one of these years E. H. S. will pro- duce an unbeatable outfit who will march through seemingly over- whelming difficulties as in other years and claim once more her rightful position on the throne of the state. "Norbie" Kienlen A valuable. :lt-tensivt' man. "Bob" Miller Short, fast, elusive. scoring guard. "Soke', Sokody A smart pivot man. a speedy center. S'Sorny" Sorn Dependable, cooperat- ing forward. "johnny" Thisell A second year "find," more later. ff" fr Y fo K' t 'Q N 'Y ls Ke it Wifi' Hack Row: Il. Mclilroy, R. Anderson, W. McMahon, W. Martens, F. Ierry, E. Gross. R. Kramer, Coach Kral-lt. Second Row: G. Fields. R. Mailler, li. Graf, VV. Boyer, R. Miller, H. Morrison, M. Webster, F. Harx. First Row: W. Hodel, NV. Iloerge, G. Goddard. "B" Heavyweight Basketball The heavyweight team this year owes its thanks for the line team it had to the "B" teams of other years. Next year there will he many boys playing varsity basketball who this year played on the teams. The "A" squad was replenished this year at mid- semester hy new material from the "Bees.', The heavyweights played a regular schedule of five games with towns near Elgin. The First game was with Harrington, who was a little too strong for the Maroons, taking the hoys over by a 30-15 score. Arlington Heights was the next undertaking, and what an undertaking! The boys showed henelits from their first defeat and drowned Arlington hy a 40-to-15 score. Genoa was the victim next, but this time hy a little closer score, 26 to 24. McHenry played just one point hetter and lost their game with Elgin by the score of only 21-20. The concluding game of the season was with Plato Center, who felt what it was like to win: the score was 24-16. liack Row: Ii, Neal, I. Toluin. P. Burlingame. L. Timm. VV. Conner, G. Geissler, R. Tyner. G. Kromhaut, F. Miller. P. Larson. IJ. llewey, P, Xvllltlllll. Second Row: XV. Spaulding, E. Struve, U. Iacobs, D. Kienlen. il. Super, C. Haller, R. Hall. "B" Lightweight Basketball livery organization must have a firm foundation if it is ever to amount to anything. Applying this rule to our basketball squads. we are not surprised that the teams have "B" squads to lill this position. From the twenty live boys who make up the permanent squad comes the material for following years for the varsity teams. The boys this year followed a regular schedule of games and met the lwetter teams of nearliy smaller towns. A date was arranged for a game with Arlington Heights. The lights couldnt seem to stop two speedy guards and were overwhelmed hy a 19-to-I5 score. An outlit representing Barrington came to Elgin Highs gymnasium and departed with a glorious victory. The score was 35 to Z0 in favor of Barrington. The next games showed that some heavy practicing had taken place. when Elgin heat Genoa 2l to 15 and McHenry 20 to ll. L1 I X' . . I I .4 lx ,V ... . ., Fourth Row: I. Sterricker. R. Range, F. Marsh, W. Ianeckc, L. Baker, S. Booth, V. Carlson, D. Carlson, M. Scamehorn. Third Row: Coach Krafft, G. Goedert, R. Coyle, A. Urbison, P. Backaus, E. Harz, S. Salmons, R. McTavish, I. Howell, L. Fay, Coach Roggen. Second Row: E. Marquis, A. Iohnson, L. Rifken, H. Morrison, R. Heine, R. Anderson, I. Monteith, L. Carlson, A. Hebeisen, G. Bazsali, F. Franz, I. Range, R. Levey, K. Ramsey. First Row: I. Rocha, P. Larson, N. Bumsted, H. Smith, M. Phillips, L. Funk, D. Cook. L. Andrews, L. Timm, I. Kanies, W. Pierce. Track This sport of the ancient Greeks has played an ever-enlarging part in school life, due to the increasing emphasis placed upon it. The coming track year promises to bring out a Maroon team which under the able direction of Coach Roggen should vie for the great honors which previous E. H. S. teams have brought our school. This years' squad is large, with a number of underclassmen who show a great deal of promise. The strength of the team, however, lies in these veterans: Carlson, a pole vaulter, who took a place i.n the Big Six last year: Anderson, vaulter and jumper with two years' experienceg Mon- teith, a hurdler and a iumper of ability: Heine, high iumper and hurdler from two pre- vious squadsq and Hebeisen, a consistent hurdler. This group will take care of the iumping and hurdling departments. The weight department, with Backaus, Levey, Pate, and Buerk, is sure of gaining a number ot points. Marquis, Mailler. Morrison, Carlson, and Range will have accounted for a number of places for E. H. S. when the races are run in the dashes and 440. There are no veterans in the distances, and it remains to be seen if some underclass- men can fill the shoes of Captain "Raiah" Miller of last year. y , - 1 'LAJD K0 T,-J wily, ff N0,,.V,q4tk, f TLA!! "" I --fr-04Lc- f . f r Q vf' 1, -'h"L,'Q, ' 'Q' L F K La' V LA 5411! ,,Xk'j .1. Q, ,V I . ge.. J it ssrt e as so . The 440 high hurdles. Track--Continued As for the relay team, the material is there and merely has to be assimilated after the iight for positions. As the Maroon goes to press before the track season is over, it is imposslble to give the season's resultsg however, the season's schedule is as follows: 1932 TRACK SCHEDULE Conference indoor meet at Naperville March 19 Glenbard at Elgin April 16 West Aurora, there April 23 Hyde Park, junior-senior team here ftentativej April 30 Kane County meet at Batavia May State preliminaries fplace undecided, May 1 State finals at Urbana May 21 Conference meet at Freeport May 28 1931 'TENNIS LETTER MEN I.. Harris, I. Olhaber, F. Marks, A. Ziegler, C. Carlson. 1932 GOLF TEAM R, Hall, V. Timm, I. Thissell, I. Gostelle, C. Hall. Varsity Tennis Last year's team, composed of C. Carlson, I. Ulhaber, F. Marks, L. Harris, and Cap- tain A. Ziegler, played a successful schedule, winning a large proportion of their meets. A. Ziegler was defeated in the state finals at Champaign. All these boys return this year except the captain, a nine-semester man. Additions are G. VVebb, H. Cutter, I. Miller, E. Ackemann, and W. Humbracht. We hope for many Wins in meets at Ioliet, DeKalb, W. Aurora, Hyde Park, and possibly the state meet at Rockford. Varsity Golf The 1931 Kane County meet at Aurora was won by Elgin. The golf team, Gostelle, Thissell, Timm, and R. Anderson, all return to form a nucleus for this spring's outfit. The district meet will be held at Rockford, and other meets have been planned, including one important one with Hyde Park. Considerable interest has been shown in the game, and in a few years golf should occupy an important position in the school's athletic program. SENIOR BASKETBALL CHANIPS S. Erclman. li. lillcry. A. Hell. P. KYLlIl1XX'ClllL', ID. Salisbury. IUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPS l.. Tyrell, S. lflanwart, I.. Fay. li. Hari, lf. Berman. I ntramural Basketball Intramural basketball this year took the form of an interclass tournament. The class champions played off a schedule with the result that the juniors proved to be the best team in school. Many other games were played, and a large number of boys found in basketball a very pleasant pastime and mighty warm competition. Sli SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL CHA M P S E. Utfner, R. VVzilker, I.. Wilson. G. Smith. A. Haller. SENIOR BASEBALL Ihck Row: N. Ficrke. C. Christensen, I. Hurren, W. Hniblc, G. Kelly. Front Row: I.. Kecker, P. Solcody, P. Kruinwc-ide, E. 'l'illt-ry, H. lhxrtelt. Baseball In April approximately eight organized teams were being formed to battle for school champ honors in indoor baseball. "Kittyball" is becoming more popular every year and affords good exercise and a good time for all participants. Some of the better teams will be booked for extra games With nearby cities. Upper: Freshman-Sophomore Tennis. Lower: Intramural Golf. Intramural Tennis Intramural tennis, like golf, is for non-varsity players who desire a chance to try to beat the best of them and be called the best tennis player in school. From this group of boys usually come the fellows who form a varsity team, and so this part of our program is encouraged. Intramural Golf Intramural golf is an organization of boys who are non-varsity golfers, yet who wish to compete with other boys for the title of school champion. A large number of boys have reported for golf, and competition should be very keen. Miss KETT1-:RING Miss LOGAN Mrss MOREHOUSE Girls Athletics Athletics play a large part in a girl's high school life. The physical education depart' ment is headed by Miss Logan, who supervises hockey and archery, and her able assist- ants, Miss Kettering, who specializes in baseball and winter sports, and Miss Morehouse, who coaches the A, B, C, tennis tournaments. All other sports offered are directed by these coaches, and all of their time after school is spent in supervising either at the Held or in the gym. Much practice is devoted to track at the Held. Hazel Abney, one of our freshman girls, may enter the Olympics for equalling the American Women's Record in the high jump. lt is a very promising sport and has a goal for which to work. An interesting and fascinating sport is archery. There is always someone who wants to try to hit the bullls eye. In the spring and fall the target is placed at the Held, while in the winter inside quarters are provided. A keen interest is taken in tennis each year. There are four courts at the Field. Then some public courts are used to work off the later tournament in which any girl may challenge anyone above her to a game. The girls are divided into A, B, C, groups respectively, the A group being those who have played in the tournament for one or two years. A tournament between Elgin and Barrington in Inter-scholastic Tennis was held this year. Elgin defeated Barrington both times. Tennis olfers wider competition than other sports, which makes it very much worthwhile. lce hockey and bowling are offered as winter sports. Bowling is carried on at the Schneider Alleys, while two teams participate in ice hockey at Lords Park during the winter weather. 1 A W A R IJ S Back Row: E. VVise, M. Iohnson, M. Goggin. L. Powell, L. Gaschen, L. Eames, M. Post, A. Smith, L. Marr, R. Young, H. Rothfuss, L. Zimmerman, VV. Cromer, R. Pate, V. Awe, A. Glashagle, R. Grote. Third Row: Miss Logan. L Leach, M. Egorotf, E. Mosiman, I.. Lintlocrfer, M. Hird, M. Therian, A. Plote, A. Sauer, G. Graf, B. Reason, W. Hahne, M. Ciraulo, M. Pate, D. Gough, R. Meagher, Miss Kettering. Second Row: C. Hahne. C. Holden, A. lihlert. G. Unruh, I. Schultz. I. Smith, N. Bain, E. Lamb. R. Wray, I. Rovelstad. V. Frautnick. M. Ciraulo, A. Mink. M. Mattocks. First Row: L. Ponsonhy, M. Howard, M. Ponsonby. H. Tillery, E. Roche, M. Mink, N. Ebeling, E. Burren, I. Volpp. R. Bremer, D. Mock, M. Steinke, IJ. Coughlas, M. Burmaster, Il. Berman, E. Kevern. Girls Athletics--Continued One of the girls' chief delights is to play golf. A golf tournament is scheduled and a champion determined. The Wing Park links are the favorite ones used. Horseshoes and croquet are sports carried on at the field, in which tournaments olfer keen competition. Soccer, a new sport that was just introduced this year, was received very enthusias- tically by many girls. Play Days are becoming more and more popular. The girls are very much interested in what other schools are doing. Our girls were hostesses to eight near-by schools for the Elgin G. A. A. Play Day. Many basketball play days have been held Saturday mornings here and at Barrington and Mooseheart. Many other activities are indulged in, such as dancing, both modern and old-fash- ioned, ping pong, miniature golf, checkers, and others which offer a wide variety. The girls' field house is always a congenial place throughout the season. Many worthy friendships are gained by meeting and competing with the different types of girls. "En Awards The number of girls awarded has increased yearly with the girls seriously trying for these awards. The state awards are in the form of chenille UI" and emblems. A com- prehensive point system is used in which a girl to win an Nl" must have one thousand five hundred points, and to win an emblem, three thousand points. fl!! SCHOOL HOCKEY CHAMPS Back Row: R. Carlson. li. liurren, N. Ebcling, I. Rovelstatl, V. Anderson, I. Smith, D. Coughlas, G. L'nruh, M. Mink. First Row: M. Steinkc. M. Ciraulo, C. Hahne, R. Dyer, I.. Ponsonby, E. Wise. Hockey Hockey is the main attraction at the field in the fall. lnterclass teams are organized, and the tournaments are always exciting and closely contested. This year the inter-class games were run on a new basis. Each girl who wished to make her class team as a reg- ular was required to come out for eight practices. Those girls who failed to get in eight practices went into the games as substitutes. This system resulted in better and faster games. A popular yearly feature is the game between the school champs and the alumni. SCHOOL BASKETBALL CHAMPS Hack Row: N. Ebcling, M. Ciraulo, I. Smith, R. Conner, R. Dyer, D. Coughlas. First Row: ll. Burren, V. Anderson, C. Hahne, Rovelstad, R. Carlson. Volleyball Basketball and volleyball are two favorite sports. Volleyball is exceedingly popular with the freshmen ancl sophomore girls, and there is a group of them who prefer it to any other sport. Gym class tournaments are held, and they are always exciting. The games take place either in the indoor or outdoor gym, although practices are held at Maroon Field in the fall. Miss Kettering supervises all volleyball tournaments and practices. I Upper Group- Hack Row: C. llaliu. C. llcslhlasle. D. Ruthluss. I.. Grail, F. Zimmerli. Front Row: M. Cirauln. Dietz. R. Dyer, li. I-iurren, Y. Sunil. Lower Group- liack Row: R. Carlson, H. Rothfuss, B. Newman. l.. Holmes, A. Smith, A. Sauer. First row: li. Roche, li. liurrcn. R. Dyer. W. Halin, A. Klug. li, Reason. Basketball Basketball. indeed, is one of the girls' major winter sports. Keen competition grows out of the inter-class. gym class, home room, and cluh tournaments. Every girl participates in some phase of basketball sometime during her nigh school course. Inter-class tournaments oller the lieenest competition. The girls who have practiced regularly are, of course. the ones who are placed on the competing teams. The games are played off after school. All girls who come out for practice are given a chance to play on some team. Under good supervision the rules and technique of the game are well mastered, and hasketball serves as an excellent recreation for all girls who care to participate. F i 1. I ,x,, ta.. Upper: Girls Baseball. Lower: Girls Track. Baseball Baseball is a favorite sport in the spring. Gym class and inter-class tournaments are held usually at the Held, although the girls sometimes practice in the gym. Indoor balls and playground rules are used. Baseball tests for technique are also conducted yearly in connection with the series of tests for girls sent out by the Illinois Playground Association. Track Track has been gaining rapidly in popularity. 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Second Row: I. McIntyre, C. Seymour, E. Fox. First Row: YV. Hahn, I. Moore, C. Hahn, L. Powell. Girls Athletic Association First Semester Second Semester lane Moore President Barbara Rothfuss Wilma Hahn First Vice President Charlo Holden Esther Fov Second Vice President Arlette Abell lean Cook Corresponding Secretary Wilma Hahne Lois Powell Recording Secretary Esther Fox Miss Davery Treasurer Miss Davery Miss Logan Sponsor Miss Logan The goal of the Girls Athletic Association is to develop athletics and sportsmanship among all the girls in the high school. The membership includes about three hundred. In achieving the Hrst goal, the new outdoor gym with even roller skating facilities was a brilliant gain. Ping pong, winter play days, and interscholastic tennis were other notable innovations. The girls won the state basketball shooting contest in the spring of 1931 for the first time. Social events ranged from a grand hockey-football party and general party for all club members to local play days and even pop corn or supper nights at the field house. The monthly meetings of the club utilized home talent extensively. Elgin High School in 1950 and a minstrel show were two very entertaining programs. This year's G. A. A. may well be proud of its accomplishments noted here and the more intangible, but characteristically G. A. A., traits of establishing friendships and good sportsmanship. liack Row: K. Shaw. VV. Haiblc, R. Heine, H. Cutter, E. Post, Mr. NVaggoner. Third Row: D. Welling, R. Leach. H. Schultz, N. XVecd, I.Warren, G. Dearlovc. Second Row: D. Salisbury, C. Taylor, P. Land- horg. XV. Haines, N. Breen. First Row: I.. W'right, VV. Mnvitz, W. Spalding, I. Olhaber, W. Geister, li. Peak. Science Club President Creighton Taylor Vice President Pat Landborg Secretary and 'l'reasurer Donald Salisbury Adviser E. C. YVaggor1er The Science Club is an organization for the study of scientific advancement. The variety of interests of the members provides a broad held for discussion and study. The Club is for boys in the advanced science classes who are interested in the work of the club. At present there are twenty live members. Each member is required to pre- sent some organized paper or experiment at least one time during each semester. To be- come a member a boy must participate in certain activities. In connection with this re- quirement, the point system is used. When one scores twenty five points, he may become a member. To remain in the club he must score ten points a month. Each year the club presents a program to the public. This year they helped to sponsor three lectures on micro-organisms by Dr. Rommert. In his lecture this well-known scien- tist used a new and unique invention called the micro-projector. The high entrance requirements of this club, which tend to encourage the pioneer spirit among its members, and the ever ready cooperation of Mr. Waggoner have made this organization one of the most outstanding. V U , , , . , . ..., Y. .W .... ..,., . . ...,.,., H. ...,.........-.. R. Dugan. Fourth Row: M. Miller, B. Rosengarden. M. Mundy, E. Mueller, VV.Cl5rown, C. Gilkcrson R. Keegan, I. Ncrone, Miss Peters. Third Row: M. Goldstein, A. Hallinan, I. R. Grimes, C. Held, L Egorofff, N. Frisby. A. Hayes, P. Spalding, A. Burns. Second Row: A. Cohen, H. Gibbs, M. Van Horn R. Frisby, W. Spalding, IJ. VVelling, C. Engdahl, V. Reed, B. Burdick, Miss VVilson. First Row: G. Poni sonby. R. Getsch, R. Burdick, lf. Virgil, VV. Hecht, F. Otlner, R. Bresterfieltl. IP. Koch. . Mathematics Club OFFICERS President Wesley Spalding Vice President Nels Iensen Secretary and Treasurer David VVelling Adviser Miss Mary Peters This club is established to create an interest in mathematics by showing its many uses. It is open to all those who are interested in mathematics. The meetings have been unusually entertaining and instructive this year. A unique contest was conducted at one of the Hrst meetings, and at another an explanation of the origin for forming numbers proved to be of great interest to all. Puzzles and trick problems provided other entertaining programs, with reviews of recent articles on astron- omy and the science of mathematics for the educational parts of the meetings. Some programs were quite humorous and exciting, thus giving the members a great deal of fun and enjoyment in a lighter vein. Since this club is open to all four classes in high school, it provides a chalice to make many new friends and acquaintances. A sleigh-ride party is quite a popular annual event with these members. These social activities help to make the spirit of coop- eration very dominant at all meetings. Backed by the intense interest of their adviser, the Mathematics Club has surely had a very interesting year. Q M we-f"A'u'? .-,J c"?, Hack Row: F. Fox. B. Byrne, R. Kramer, Miss Kinkfield, W. Blackburn, B. Newman, R. Burstein. Third Row: M. Mason. E. Lamb, E. Virgil, R. Leach, F. Held, H. Brown. Second Row: B. Rosen- gartlen, M. Ginsberg. N. Bain. G. Taylor. M. Rowe, M. Bennorth, I. Tobin. First Row: M. McBride, F. Marks, M. Brown. I. Schultz, C. Myers, V. Britton. First Semester Frederic Marks lean Farniilo Ralph Leach Rohert Kraiiier Latin Club Clntcr Nosj First Consul Vice Consul Aedile Quaester Advisers Miss Linklieltl and Miss Rovelstead Second Semester Carol Seymore Robert C. Miller Ralph Leach Iames Ianeke The purpose of the Latin Club is to promote an interest in the happenings of Rome that cannot he studied in classes. It also attempts to show the relation of Latin to our everyday lives. The Latin Club is known to be one of the largest and most progressive clubs in the school. Its membership is limited to those taking Latin above the hrst semester and having a grade of eighty or above. The meetings of this year have been varied, instructive, and interesting. One of the first programs was devoted to a comparison of the lives of Caesar and Mussolini. The Christmas meeting was a musical one with a group of boys singing the seasonal songs in Latin. Several meetings provided for reports on Roman lives, literature, and art. In December the Latin Club joined with other clubs in making the annual foreign language clubs party a huge success. The intense interest and cooperation of its members coupled with the enthusiasm and helpful guidance of its officers and advisers has made this year one of advancement lor the Latin Club. Back Row: Miss Morehouse, R. Urie. VV. Brady, P. Taylor, M. Logan. Miller. Second Row: A. Mink. B. Tyrell. M. Walens. B. Irwin. B. Linnell. M. Lowry. First Row: C. Holden. M. l.isor. E. NVise. IJ. Welling. D. Baumruck. B. Bernstein. Le Cercle Francais President David W'elling Vice President EISPCIII VViSC Secretary Dorothy Baumruck Treasurer Beatrice Bernstein Adviser Miss Morehouse After completing one semester of work in French. students are eligible for "Le Cercle Francais." This organization meets once a month to foster, encourage, and express interest in French. Although the first semester's membership was rather small, it was greatly augmented by enthusiastic beginners at the opening of the new term. Interesting activities impossible for class exercises are enjoyed by the club. Singing songs, playing games in French, and making a study of various phases of French life are a few of these. Among the latter was French student life and French infiuence in Amer- ica. In that program a review of a story written in English by a French girl was deliv- ered, and a resume of observations made through a direct correspondence was given. At one meeting a play entirely in French was presented. The delightful programs of lVIiss Morehouse afforded quite intimate glimpses of France. since she had actually been over there. The social committee headed by Charlo Holden had charge of this club's participa- tion in the annual foreign language club party. "Le Cercleu was well represented in the diverse entertainments furnished. The aim of being instructive but also entertaining was well realized through the program ot this year. I 0 l Hack Row: Miss M. Englebrecht, R. Young, M. Mick, L. Harris, A. Heibeisen, A. Plots, M. Moore, R. Leach. Fourth Row: K. Olwin, G. Mueller, G. Unruh, Ildwardson, L. Hopp, L. Scyller, E. Koschnick, I.. Graf. A. Glashagc-l, L. Fisher, A. Klug, E. Stumme, E. Hopp, C. Lcverenz, M. Brockmeir, E. Burren. St-cnml Row: C. Hicderinan, I. Volpp, D. Wagner, VV. Ableman, E. Ackemann, R. Heine, F. Enrich, I.. Iioettcher. A. Armitage, K. Washer. First Row: A. Schliv, D, Kienlen, R. Miller, II. Esterle, A. Goldman. I". Meuscr, G. Bero, I, Aiken. Der Deutsche Verein President Ralph Heine Vice President Betty Rippberger Secretary George Holland-Gretchen Graf Treasurer Inman Akin Adviser Miss M. Englebrecht The German Club tries to acquaint its members with the German country. Its ever increasing membership is open to those taking German. The programs of the year have been highly entertaining. At one of the first meet- ings Miss Knudson gave an interesting talk on German folk music and composers. Miss Wilson's account of her trip down the Rhine provided another enjoyable program. A discussion of German scientists, a spell-down in German, and a reading contest made up some of the other meetings of the year. In addition to its regular meetings, the German Club has other interests. In the spring it celebrated the birthday of the great poet, Goethe, by a banquet, it took an active part in the foreign language clubs, party in December, a picnic, which over half the members attended, provided great enjoyment, and a steady correspondence with students in Germany has interested all. Surely the German Club has had a varied, instructive, and entertaining year. Hack Row: M. VVcbster, H. Barrier, S. Booth, M. Harvey. Second Row: L. I. O'Connell. M. Burstein, M. Kline. First Row: I. Moore, C. Shepherd, I. Muelntyre, Miss Grove. Spanish Club President ICSSC Rocha Vice President Carolyn Shepherd Secretary Betty Schmidt-Herman Barrier Treasurer Morton Webster Adviser Miss Grove The Spanish Club attempts to further the study of Spanish for those students who are particularly interested. The club studied parliamentary procedure in Spanish' and took as a goal for the year conducting a monthly meeting by using Spanish forms and expressions entirely. The officers of the club constitute a program committee. Interesting reports were given on Spain, Sevilla, and Valencia. At one meeting a short Spanish play, HEI Criads Astutof' was presented by Francis Gilchrist, Iesse Rocha, and Morton Webster. This year the organization was fortunate in having Iesse Rocha as President, since his native tongue is Spanish. At the April meeting he told the club about Mexico and afterward answered questions asked by the members. In addition to formal reports, playing games and singing songs has been enjoyed. The songs are old folk songs of S ain and also som f th have Spanish words. p e 0 e new popular melodies which 10 02 Back Row: li. Tillery, D. Salisbury, A. Abell, C. Kenyon, K. Shaw, H. Cutter, H. Durkee, I. Burren, M. Mick, W. Bratly. Fourth Row: C. Cleary, D. Palm, M. Struve, L. Wright, M. Lowry, li. Linnell, M. Barnes. I. Smith. K. Castle, O. Littler, E. Peak. Third Rrow: C. Shepherd, W. Movitz, B. Rippberger, VV. O'Connor, V. Smoyer, R. Burstein, C. Holden, V. Wallace, M. A. Hellman, Miss Biersach. Second Row: I. Aiken, I. Moore, I. Maclntyre, R. Meagher, Ii. Bowman, R. Mansfield, I. Schultz. R. Dhu VVray, li. Reeder. M. Mattocks, G. VVittenberg. First Row: E. Atifeld, Il. Schultz, M. Post, H. Hood, L. I. U'Connell, R. Pate, li. Tyrell, N. Frisby, D. Cook, G. Dearlove. E. ll. S. Players President Bruce Bowman Vice President Laura Iane O'Connell Secretary Ruth Pate Treasurer Richard Mansfield Adviser Miss Biersach The past year has been a very successful one for Elgin High's Drama club. Led by their President, Bruce Bowman, and guided by their capable adviser, Miss Biersaeh, the Players provided many a "snappy', program for their own entertainment and also for auditorium programs. Members were chosen to work together on the committee of their own choice for the arrangement of programs. The art of make-up, play acting, and student directing pro- vided interesting discussions for several meetings. A novelty program was also given, during which each student called upon contributed his share in the way of some enter- taining selection, either dramatic or musical. On November 26 the Players, with the Mask and Bauble as their guests, were entertained by Mrs. Donald Norton, who gave a very interesting review of "Green Pastures." "Sauce for the Goslingsf' a clever play ridiculing the use of slang by the modern generation, was given by Iunior members of the club, entertaining fellow students in auditorium. With the Mask and Bauble they sponsored the 'ltraditionalw One Act Plays, which are given annually by both clubs. Iuniors and Seniors, selected by Competitive try-outs, make up the limited member- ship of the club. VVith the cooperation of all members and helpful guidance of Miss Biersach, the Players have concluded a very entertaining and successful year. V V Y VYVYY, V Y ,,,,,,,, , , ,, . .. ....h.-,...-..., -. -............., ll. Cutter. R. KramerQA. Abell. Fourth Row: M. Ponsonby, A. Kirkland. M. McBride, I. Tobin, F. Miller. IJ. Ryan. F. Roche. L. Lindorfer. iss Churchill. Third Row: Ii. Koschnick, M. Lisor, C. Lev- erenz, M. llurstein, H. Nelson, N. Emmons. M. Norling. I. Gray, R, Ackeman, M. llintt. Second Row: A. Plote, H. Iacobs, M. Walt-ns, M. Brownf D. Ilamish, W. Hallock. R. Leach. B. Byrne, C. Biederman. First Row: R. Corson, IJ. Mock, I. Coughlas, R. Plote, A. Klug, I. Miller. D. Richoz. I. Svlla. M. Hen- north. W. Rauch:-nbcrgcr. I Mask and Bauble Ole'FlCliRS Prqsiilt-ni Iames Miller Vice President Ralph Leach Sggrg-tary Barbara Byrne Adviser Miss Mabel Fnglcbrecht The Mask and Bauble. a dramatic society. is made up of Freshmen and Sophomores, selected by the advisers after competitive tryouts. The purpose of this club is to study drama in simple form. To stimulate a greater interest in pantomime and good reading, contests were held in which both girls and boys participated. The club as a whole studied the interesting subiect of the make-up of modern actors and successfully employed their knowledge in the several plays which they gave. A play entitled "The Table Set For Himself" was given for the entertainment of the Parent Teachers Association and also in auditorium. It is a fascinating Christmas play, in which those taking part cleverly portrayed the lrish characters and their Ch Eve customs. ristmas A student-directed play, "The Gossipersf' was given before several of the Civic Clubs of Elgin, while a clever skit, "The Train to Mamofl added much enjoyment to the program of the Annual Comedy Concert. Although being a club organized for the purpose of studying drama. the Mask and Bauble also had several delightful social meetings at which there was fun for all. Due to the splendid spirit of cooperation of the members and Miss Englebrecht, the Mask and Hauble has enjoyed a very successful year. I 103 l of, Second Row: H. Bernstein, Mrs. Fletcher, Miss Johnson. M. Steinke First Row: R. Wray, I. Pfafllin. M. Minl-Q. Home Economies Club President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisers Rita Dhu Wray Dorothy Zierke Marcia Mink Icanette Pfafflin Miss Iohnson Mrs. Fletcher The Home Economics Club endeavors to bring the school and home closer together promote high standards of scholarship and living among its members, to develop an appre ciation of the importance of the home and of family life, and to furnish opportunity tor social activities. September October November December Ianuary February April Iune PRGGRAMS Welcome Program Style Show from Ackemanrfs Day Nursery talk by Miss Leighton Social VVelfa re Party Christmas Carols Student talent--E. Fox, V. Wallace Talk on Larkin Home by Mrs. Harrison Movie on Nutrition Picnic Second Row: Mr. Stumpf, A. Peache, F. Pease. First Row: E. O'Bricn, H. Baldwin, L. Funk. Commercial Club OFFICERS President Howard Baldwin Vice President Edward O'Bl'i6f1 Secfgfafy Leslie Funk Treasurer Anna Peache Sergeant-at-arms Fred Pease Advisers Miss Olsen-Mr. Stumpf The Commercial Club is open to Sophomores, Iuniors, and Seniors who are taking commercial subjects. To aid students in understanding modern business methods and to promote an interest in the business world is the double purpose of this organization. All meetings of this year have been outstanding. At the Ianuary meeting the mem- bers were treated to a demonstration of high-speed typing. Two typists of exceptional ability, Miss Olga Elkown and Norman Saksvig, illustrated their skill. They thrilled everyone by typing more than two hundred words a minute and at the same time per- forming some other feat. Other prominent persons, including Mr. O. B. Pratt of the Association of Commerce, gave interesting talks at different meetings during the year. These monthly club meetings are divided into a business and social time. The annual Commercial Club picnic was held in the spring. This was greatly enjoyed. Certainly this club has had unusually Fine activities during 1937 A splendid fgu -- g P of officers and the moral support of all members has assured it a successful year. O 105 06 i - 16:0 Hack Row: A. M. Laurence. R. Golliher, R. Frantz. M. Post. M. Mick. I. Moore. H. Otto. R. Pate, M. Mink. Fourth Row: M. Lowrv. A. Mink, ll. Lamh. H. L. Furrev. M. Iackson. Ii. Reeder, V. Wolff, U U Y R. Meagher. L. I. O'Connell. Third Row: M. Steinke. M. Lisor. VN. Tetlnw, N. Hain, M. Malttocks, M. Howard. L. VVright. M. Barnes, N. Frishv. Second Row: 12. Lienert. O. Hedberg. F. Fox, R. Ilhu Wray, I. Cook. M. Hallock. V. Sniover. I. Schultz, V. Britton. M. Struve. First Row: M. Ocrgal. I. Rant-lstad. lb. Mock. M. A. llclnian. R. Beck, S. Mcliurney, V. Wallace, L. Larsen. C. Shepherd, M. liennortli. Senior Blue Tri-Y Presitlent Ican Cook Vice President Esther Fox Secretary Rita Ibhu VVrav Treasurer Marie Hallock Cluh Sponsor Miss Katherine llaverv Girl Reserve Secretary Miss Iudith VVetZel "All are architects of fate building in these walls of time." The Senior Blue,Tri-Y promotes rt feeling of friendship and endeax the girls the highest ideals of life. 'ors to instil in Membership is open to all Iunior and Senior girls. The meetings are held at the Y. VV. C. .-X. the first and third Tuesday of every month. Svpl Sept Oct. OKI. NNY Nov Nm lkc. lice. llvc. lan. I-'ch. Fuh. Mar. Mar. A pr. Apr. Max May Iunt' PROC ER A M l'l-Architects Blueprint-lfahinet Setting-up Conference ZW--Builtlcr's Conclave. 15-Girl Reserve Foundation-lX81-IVHI. Zll-'4Our Part, as Girl Reserve Builders"-Mi's. E. H. McNeil 54-"VVeak Foundations"!Dr. Schiller-V-State Hospital. If-VVorltl's Fair Architecture-Clarence Schwarzwalcler. 75-Annual Thanksgiving Dance. I-Building Friendshipsffhseussion. I 5-"Crumhling Fountlations'AAWilliam Rahn. ill-Alumnae Banquet. ll-"Architecture of Self"-Mayor Lehman. 2-"Builders of the Nation"A-H. G. Laurence. l ofAll-Girl-Rc-serv e Banquet. l-Program meeting-Gladys Tavlor, chairinan. l 7f-Father-and-I Ja lighter Banquet. ti-Program meetingglov Schultz. chairman. 23-Spring Dance. 5-Next Years lingincersA-Election nl officers. 18-Mother-and-IDaughter Tea. fi-Senior Luncheon. T . 4 4! 1 . N 1,,, Fourth Row: D. Taylor, I. McQuec-ny, M. Theirien, M. Brown, U. ls. Steffekon, R. lackson, Miss Iohnson. Third Row: H. Berman. W. Hallock. H. liiggers. E, Schumacher, B. Yagle, I. Milay. M. Ponsonhy. M. Raluc. H. Sxiur. Second Row: C. Parking, C. Engdall. C. Hcltl, IJ. Schmilten- dorf. G. Crow. C. Britton, A. Burns, ll. Gurtlc, M. Elliott, A. Steinke. First Row: V. Brcwhakcr. E. Mason. V. Sund. li. Hurt. I. Nenictz, J. l'il.lClil5LlTI'l, H. Tillcry, R. Mcllonough, Il. Smith, D. Koch. Junior Blue Tri-Y g,e..,,...9.LZ.03N I'rt-sitleiit Claudia Britton Vice President Ellen Roche Secretary Geraldine Crow Treasurer Audrey Burns Sponsor Miss Iohnson Girl Rc-serve Secretary Miss Iuclith Wetzel The Iunior Blue-Tri-Y is the Girl Reserve cluh for Freshmen. It was originally made up of both Sophomores and Freshmen, but last year the former became memhers of the Senior Blue-Tri-Y. The cluh meets every two weeks on Tuesday at the Y. W. C. A. at 4:00 cfclock. The organization gives the freshmen girls high ideals of life, and creates a spirit of friendship and kindness to others. The Girl Reserve song, 'lFolloW The Gleamf' shows the aims of the club. The Iunior Blue-Tri-Y ioined the Senior Blue-Tri-Y in making the Dad-and-Dauglr ter Banquet a huge success. The two annual dances given by these clubs were the main social events of the year. The Mother-and-Daughter Tea and the Annual Spring Luncheon were also highlights of the season. Indeed it would seem that 1932 has heen an eventful year for the lunior Blue-Tri-Y. 107 Back Row: C. Hazos, I. Olhaber, C. Kenyon, W. Coggin, E. Ackemann, W. Olhaber, F. Marsh, L Harris, L. Kramer. Third Row: R. Gray, I. Miller, I. Warren, W. Geister, T. Ridge, F. Nottolini M. Webster, E. Peak. D. Atchison. Second Row: VV. Movitz, N. W'eed, F. Marks, E. Affeld, W. Haines XV. O'Conner. R. Hamilton, G. Dearlove, D. Cook. First Row: B. Bowman, D. Salisbury, H. Schultz 1 1 s R. Reid, E. Post, W. limdv. L. Mink, W. Humbracht. M. Harvey. Senior Ili-Y Club OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Edgar Post President Gillard Dearlovc Robert Reid Vice President Ernest Ackemann William Brady Secretary Donald Salisbury Howard Schultz Treasurer David Atchison Advisers: Gilbert Rcnner and Mr, Stoakes The Senior Hi-Y tends to promote Christian character. Its motto is "Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholarship, and Clean Living." This club meets at the Y. M. C. A. on every Monday night. The Hi-Y is open to Iunior and Senior boys who wish to avail themselves of an unusual opportunity for character building. The annual Four C's program in the high school and the Mother-and-Son Ban- quet were probably the most successful events of the year. The club heard many inter- esting talks. One on prohibition and one entitled "Climbing the Ladder" were especially enjoyed by all. Moving pictures and general discussions made up other instructive pro- grams. This year the Fourth Annual Hi-Y Reunion took place. It was well attended by both members and alumni. The Senior Hi-Y always sends representatives to boys, conferences, all members profiting by the many ideals and aims brought back from such meetings. Through the combined efforts of officers, advisers, and members this club has had a very favorable year. X ru rv .lien 0. fltf Back Row: R. Leonard, H. McElroy, G. Barnes, Mr. Stokes, R. Kramer, VV. Geister. Third Row: Mr. Kersten, W'. Miller, W. Pierce, L, Wilson, H. Born, R. Geister. Second Row: T. Starrett, M. Fehrman, A. Ziegler, A. Bell, A. Kirkland. First Row: L. Pritchard, M. Hintt, A. McCormack, C. Wood, VV. Boyer, XV. Rowe. Junior Ili-Y Club OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Clayton Wood, Ir. President Gf11'Clh Barnes Alex McCormack Vice President Woodrow BOYC1' Morris Hintt Secretary Morris Fehfman VVoodrow Boyer Treasurer Th0fI1HS Siaffft Advisers: Mr. Kersten, Mr. Bohnert, Mr. Stoakes The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend to the high school and community high standards of Christian character. This Hi-Y club meets every Tuesday night at seven o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The business meeting is held and is usually followed by a discussion of some topic of in- terest to all. The club has a supper meeting once a month to which fathers' and Senior Hi-Y members are invited. The Iunior Hi-Y organization is open to freshmen and sophomore boysg at present there are twenty members. A boy must be unanimously voted in before he can become a memberg then he must take part in a strenuous initiation. One of this club's most interesting programs consisted of a two-reel moving picture entitled "Happy Landingsf, a picture describing the manufacture of parachutes and the mechanics of their operation. Other activities of the club played an important part in their yearly work. A Hi-Y reunion and the annual Mother-and-Son Banquet were en- joyed by all. Talks by prominent persons made up other programs for a very interesting season. K . -1 N3 O 109 0 Hack Row: W. Coggin, I. Gostele, C. VVells, G. Therien. H. Tucklinsky, H. Bartell, W. Badgcley, L. Hartelt, N. Fierkc, R. Mansfield, E. Camper. F. Burren, R. Hogrefe, VV. Kenyon, E. Gross. C. Leitner. Third Row: R. VValbaum. R. Hartman, R. Dyer. N. Ebeling, YV. Hahn, R. Metz, M. Struckman. V. Awe, A. Sauer, R. Stuart, C. Ross, A. Nelson, L. Grupe, R. Keller. N. Breen. Second Row: Mr. Beckner, R. Pilcher, R. Morrison. H. Sclilie, L. Krusemcier. G. Sipple. VV. Dibler. L. Tyrrell, E. Brundlage, B. Burdick, F. Orfner, H. Born, R. Burdick. First Row: D. Broker, G. Mueller, E. Wormwood. E. Rauschen- bergcr, F. Rapp, L. Honkoski, M. Read. A. NVilharm, V. Hertsch, M. Dietrick, G. Bertch, E. Carlson, H. Drysdale. Geography Club President XVilliam Coggin Vice President john Gostele Secretary Clara Ross Adi iser Mr. Beckner The general aims of the geography department are: to help students realize what a beautiful place this old World is, to create a better understanding of other people through acquaintance with their geographical conditions, and to prepare those who will travel to appreciate what they will see. The Elgin High School has a geography club into which are incorporated these ideals. In this fashion class-room activities may be supplemented and expanded. The officers constitute a committee that arranges the monthly programs. At one meeting Mr. Huber gave a very interesting talk on the making of maple sugar. On another occasion Miss Smith told about her Western trip. By using the opaque projector, postcards she had brought back were shown on a screen. A movie featuring the delights of a Canadian fishing trip entertained the group at another meeting. At present the membership is fifty-five. No social doings were indulged in during this year, but all efforts were concentrated to produce the most profitable and entertain- ing programs. Upper left: Two Crooks and a Lady: Harry Durkee, Ieanne Maclntyre, lane Moore, Edward Arfeld. Upper right: The Rehearsal: Margaret Logan, Ruth Pate, Kathryn Castle, Margaret Goggin, Margaret Struve. Mariorie Mattocks, Betty Rippberger. Lower left: Between the Soup and the Savory: Olive Littler, Mildred Barnes, Marjorie Mattocks. Lower right: Sauce for the Goslings: Margaret Logan, Louis Kramer, Doris Palm, Henry Cutter, Mary Lowry. Arlctte Abell. Robert liurstcin. 0ne Act Plays The E. H. S. Players and the Mask and Bauble present, annually, a series of one- act plays as one of the features of our school year. This year the plays were presented on the evening of March 18 to an appreciative audience. 'LThe Rehearsal." a satirical comedy directed by Kathryn Castle, opened the program. The cast, made up entirely of girls, presented the play in a novel way which proved very entertaining to the audience. 'KTWO Crooks and a Lady," showing how a clever invalid outwitted the l'not-so- clever crooks" and caught them at their own game, was coached by Miss Biersach. 'fThe Purple Dream," a romantic fantasy, was presented by the Mask and Bauble. This play, telling of a dream of a maid in which she imagines herself to be a queen, was directed by Miss Churchill. The cast for this play is not pictured. The last play. "Between the Soup and the Savoryf, was directed by Laura lane O'Connell. It was a play depending entirely upon characterization work for its success. The plot centered around a lovelorn scullery maid, who imagines herself in love, but is "found out" by the cook and waitress. During the intermission piano and dance numbers were presented. including a modern dance and a minuet, by members of the Players. Another clever one-act play, 'lSauce for the Goslingsf' was presented by members of the E. H. S. Players in auditorium, November ll, as a feature of Better Speech Week. It was most effective in its lesson on slang. 2 Friday Left insert: Harry Durkee, Edward Atifeld, Robert Reid, William Brady, Clifford Kenyon. Center: Edward Af- feld, Howard Schultz, Grace Witten- berg, Harry Durkee. Right insert: Ruth Pate, Mildred Barnes, Grace Wittenberg, Howard Schultz. Senior Class Play Upholding their reputation of being slightly different from other classes, the class of '32 presented something new in the way of plays on the evenings of December ll and 12. "The Fourth Wallf, written by A. A. Milne and played in America under the title of "The Perfect Alibi," has a mystery plot which thrilled and entertained large audiences on both Thursday and Friday evening. Arthur Ludgrove, a pleasant middle-aged gentleman who for his hobby has taken up the art of gardening, his nephew, jimmy, and ward, Susan Cunningham, had been entertaining a few guests in their luxuriously furnished home over the weekend. Among the guests was a certain Mr. Carter, who was liked by all, and a Mr. Laverick, who is disliked by Susan very much. "He is the kind of a man,', she says, "who would put arsenic in the babyis milk." Included in the party were lane, a friend of Susanis, Mrs. Fulverton Fane, or Mrs. Fluffy-Face, as referred to by Iimmy because of the incessant using of her compact, and a very fussy but likable Englishman, Major Fothergill. The party had gone to play tennis with the exception of Ludgrove, Laverick, Carter, and Major Fothergill, who had gone to London on business. During their absence Carter and Laverick, who, unknown to Ludgrove, are his worst enemies, murdered him and notified the police. When they returned, Susan, Iimmy, and their party were questioned by Detective- Sergeant Mallet and his father, but all gave "Perfect Alibiesf' It looks like suicide. Thursday Left insert: Edward Peak, Bruce Han- sen, Betty Rippberger, lane Moore, Center: Gillard Dearlove, Melvin Phil lips, Iane Moore, Laura Iane O'Con- nell, Earl Tillery, Betty Rippberger, Richard Manslfteld, Richard Kasser. Right insert: Iaura lane O'Connell, Melvin Phillips, Bruce Bowman, Rich- ard Mansfield, Gillard Dearlove. Senior Class Play Susan decided that all was not progressing as it should be toward the solving of the murder, and with the help of Iimmy and lane found the flaw-a misplaced piece of blotting paper-and solved the murder. Both casts are to be congratulated upon their clever acting, and much credit should be given Miss Biersach for her splendid directiong but the play could not have been a success without the cooperation of the committees backstage. The properties committee, both large and small, the scenery, lighting, and costume committees, and the stage mana- ger all contributed their time and labor, thus assuring the success of the play. THE CASTS Thursday Laura lane O'Connell Susan Cunningham Melvin Phillips Iimmy Ludgrove Richard Mansfield Edward P. Carter Gillard Dearlove Edward Laverick Earl Tillery Adams Richard Kasser Major Fothergill Betty Rippberger Mrs. Fulverton Fane Bruce Bowman Arthur Ludgrove Bruce Hansen P. C. Mallet Edward Peak Sergeant Mallet lane Moore lane West Friday Grace Wittenberg Howard Schultz William Brady Robert Reid Clifford Kenyon Richard Kasser Mildred Barnes Bruce Bowman Harry Durkee Edward Affeld Ruth Pate 3 Upper left: I. Maclntyre, K. Shaw, C. Kenyon, M. Mattocks, K. Castle. Up- per right: B. Rippberger, W. O'Connor, W. Brady, D. Salisbury, L. O'Con- nel. Lower left: H. Schultz, R. Heller, R. Reid. Oval: B. Bowman, L. O'Connell. Junior Class Play On May 21 and 22, l93l, the Class of '32 launched its first attempt at dramatics by the presentation of "Bab,' as the Iunior Class Play. "Bah" was written by Edward Childs Carpenter and taken from the novel by Mary Roberts Rhinehart. lt is the story of a saucy 17-year-old-girl, who, because of an epidemic of measles at school, is forced to return home just in time to upset her sister Leila's plans for the conquest of a distinguished Englishman, Mr. Beresford. Misunderstood by her family, with the exception of her father and Carter Brooks, who unknown to Bab is in love with her, she gets herself into a dreadful "tangle," Finally the "tangle" un- ravels, and Leila, with the aid of Bab, elopes with her "Clinton," and Bab receives the understanding of her family and the love of Carter Brooks. Both casts, due to the splendid coaching of Miss Biersach gave fine performances. CAST OF CHARACTERS Thursday Ieanne Maclnty re Lois Marr Kathryn Castle Clifford Kenyon Howard Schultz Marjorie Mattocks Kenneth Shaw Mary Alice Helman Robert Heller Richard Kasser Robert Reid Leila Archibald Hannah Mrs. Archibald VVilliam fbutlerj Carter Brooks Bab Iames Archibald lane Raleigh Clinton Beresford Eddie Perkins Guy Grovsnor Friday Ianet Rovelstead Welma Grorner lane Moore William O'Connor Bruce Bowman Laura lane O'Connell Richard Mansfield Betty Rippberger William Brady Edward Affeld Donald Salisbury Upper Left: Bow-n-sing Boys. Upper Right: Hilo- Hawaiians. Oval: Farm- erettcs. Lower Right: Betty Co-ed, Comedy Concert The Comedy Concert, given annually by the Mirror Board, proved to be a huge success. uBetty Co-ed," a song-and-dance skit given by the Boys and Girls Glee Clubs, was a peppy "curtain raiser." Next, the stars of Radio, including Kate Smith, Little Orphan Annie and Sandy, Amos and Andy, and the great orchestra leader, Wayne King, ap- peared in a Radio Review presented by the Aeolian Club. "The Old Sweethearts" of a good-looking bridegroom then came into view in a song number presented by the Iunior Tri-Y. We heard a plea from a little boy that wanted a "Little Yaller Dog," and who didn't see why he had to "Wash," "Two Gentlemen in a Fix," because they could not refrain from arguing long enough to catch a train, was given by Mask and Bauble representatives. Three natives from Hawaii, calling themselves the 'KHilo-Hawaiians," entertained us with delightful musical numbers from their native country. One of the greatest inventions of the day, Television, was brought forth in a "Television Review." presenting many song and dance numbers. This review was sponsored by the G. A. A. The Latin Club gave an amusing presentation called "Pyramus and Thisbef' The "Kandie Kiddiesf' with their lollipops and dolls, told us that they would rather "suck on a lemon drop than try their luck on a lollipopf' A group of boys representing the E. H. S. Players gave an entertaining play, taking place in a room of a burning hotelg the composure of the gentlemen and firemen during the fire, added to the humor. "Four Bow-n-sing Boys" sang a group of songs featuring "My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes." As the final number on the program a group of magacians entertained us with their clever and amazing tricks. This Concert was all that its name implies and was enthusiastically received by a large audience both on Thursday and Friday nights, March 31 and April 1. O 115 16 Back Row: D. Morse, E. Torck, D. Koch, L. Buckhahn, R. Britton, W. Lienert, A. Hartman, B. Rifken, S. Raffelson, R. Henning, B. Bain, R. Hamilton, H. Iacobs, G. VVittr:nberg, F. Andrews, R. Pompa, R. Parker. Third Row: R. Ackemann, W. McDonaugh, D. Senger, K. Yarwood, E. King, H. Frederick- son, W. Rowe, N. Emmons, E. Iernberg, L. Warner, H. Elliot, C. Boxleitner, L. Wyman, D. Beverly, G. Milner, W. Stonebreaker, R. Kisselberg, L. Baker, I. Kasules, L. Breslich. Second Row: D. Baumruck, R. Biddle, W. Spalding, M. Milligan, T. Iacobs, G. McEwan, G. Dearlove, R. Fischer, S. Seimer, B. Roscngarden, G. Kromhaut, R. Brandt, K. Trent, P. Ballard, A. Britten, G. Anderson, D. Deming, F. Post, M. Harvey, I. Smayda, I. Bew, K. Parott. First Row: A. Baumruck, D. Welling, W. Hecht, I. Sylla, S. Van Delinder, A. Hayes, O. Burdick, I. Miller, B. Foltz, F. Bongard, F. Chatterton, F. Sorn, R. Fidler. C. McDonaugh, H. Coon, G. Bern, L. Griggs, R. Hefiick, C. Kern, A. Goldman, E. Breslich, W. Czischki, Mr. Reese. The First Band President Allen Britton Vice President Walter Leinert Secretary Grace Wittenberg Treasurer Richard Biddle Drum Major Allen Baumruck Property Men Walter Leinert, Richard Fidler Director Mr. Reese Our First Band appeared at the football games during the season and continued throughout the year to do the school credit with each following performance. We were proud to send them with the football team to Aurora, where they helped fight the game. Two concerts were given, one in mid-winter and the other in the spring. In addi- tion to these activities they presented several auditorium programs and played for the High School Parent Teachers Association. In 1930, 1931, and 1932 our band won the North Central District Championship. To produce their line quality and quantity of music the First Band rehearse three times a week. Noon practices have been instituted to secure more time. One new sousaphone and two basoons have been added to better the instrumentation. Another new feature is the feat of forming the letters "E," UE. H. S.,', and those of visiting schools on the football held while playing. If there are any especially desirable qualities in a bandsman, aside from sheer musical ability, they are faithfulness and dependability. Gordon Anderson, Edgar Post, Allen Britton, Eleanor Breslich, Ruth Parker, and Richard Biddle are seniors who deserve special recognition, because they have never missed a turnout. Back Row: M. Burmaster, I. Lamb, R. Fiddler, R. Heflick, C. Kern, A. Britton, E. Ackemann, M. Harvey, W. Lienert, Miss Knudson. S. Sissler, F. Bongard. Seated Back: I. Sylla, S. Van Delinder, D. Welling, D. Koch. Clarinets: D. Baumruck, R. Biddle, W. Spalding, L. Lauck, P. Ballard. French Horns: F. Andrews, W. Iacobs, G. Wittenberg. Cellos: R. Wray, C. Seymour, C. Holden. Violas: G. Unruh, P. Spalding. First Violins: I. Schultz, M. Barnes, M. Hamlin, B. Hayes, R. Carlson. K. Hubbard, A. Smith, L. Hameister, V. Britton, W. Tetlow. Second Violins: M. Post. F. Held, P. Runge, M. Egoroff, A. Steinke, W. Bartelt, R. Schultz, N. Davis, E. Mock, I. Nichol, N. Bain. First llrchestra President Ioy Schultz Vice President Walter Lienert Secretary Margaret Post Librarians Carol Seymour, Floretta Held Director Miss Knudson Our First Orchestra is something of which we can be proud. Under the able super- vision of Miss Knudson the members have become very skilled. This year the orchestra has been in great demand. It was an added attraction to the Senior Class Play, and it played a very important part in the May Festival. Its annual concerts were met with great approval by both the school and the Elgin public. Both upper and lower classmen have enjoyed concerts given by the First Orchestra during auditorium programs. This musical organization helped to make the commencement exercises a success. The First Orchestra was proud to have some of their members represented in the State Orchestra, which meets at Urbana, Illinois, in the fall. It also sent representatives to the "National Orchestra Campu at Interlochen, Michigan. Accomplished soloists from the orchestra have played at numerous club meetings and parties. The annual "Fox Valley May Festival" called on our orchestra to furnish music. In short we could say that the First Orchestra has had a very eventful year. , ,xxxx 7 8 Rack Row: L. Bohnc. I. Moore. A. Abell, P. Taylor, B. Byrne, R. Uric, M. Iohnson. Second Row: M. Pate. A. Wickam. li. Drysdale. I. Cook, IJ, Lagerstrom, I. Smith, Miss Knudson. First Row: M. Churchill. I. Gitliord, V. Smoyer. V. Wallace, I.. Ponsonby. M. Mink, O. Grimm, A. Burns. First Girls Glee Club President Veronica VVallace Secretary La Von Ponsonby Librarian First Semester Llewelyn Bohnc Second Semester Marcia Mink Assistant Librarian First Semester Marcia Mink Second Semester Virginia Smoyer The members ot the First Girls Glee Club are all highly trained. Many of them have had previous training, and all of them have passed tryouts. They meet in the auditorium several times a weekg they are directed by Miss Knudson. The First Girls Glee Club is popular not only in high school but throughout the Fox valley. The members' fine tone quality and interpretation delight any audience. These singers were main factors in the success ot both the Elgin and Fox Valley May festivals. The variations of their numbers illustrated their rare skill. At Christmas time the First Girls Glee Club helped to entertain in the Elgin ele- mentary schools. This musical organization played a part in the senior commencement festivities in june. For several years the First Girls Glee Club has established a remarkable reputation, which they have never ceased to hold. Back Row: Miss E. Fnglebrecht, I.. Mink. D. Harrison. L. Harris, E. Mason. Second Row: E. Peak, L. Lauck, V. Teichcn, I.. Kramer. R. Reid. First Row: I. Reid. F. Rollcr, K. Shaw. I. Bain, D. Salisbury, L. Blakcslcy. The Junior-Senior Boys Glee Club President Donald Salisbury Secretary Lyle Harris Librarian Robert Reid Director Miss Elma linglebrccht The Iunior-Senior Boys Clee Club is the goal of every aspiring male singer in Elgin High School. It is a very exclusive organization, which requires, for admission the passing of a stirl entrance examination. Changed voices of superior quality compose the group. This year the membership was reduced to fifteen boys, who met three times a Week for practice. Due to the change in personnel much of the first semester was spent on reconstruction. Popularity followed their first appearance at Christmas. VVith the First Boys Glee Club they sang at the grade schools. Other school affairs participated in were an audi- torium program and the Comedy Concert. Outside ol' school they sang for both the Lions and Kiwanis Clubs and broadcasted at the Asylum. 9 I 20 Seventh Row: I. Lamb, L. Larsen, E. Hopp, R. Grote, K. Karlhaeker, I. Leach, R. Fidler. Sixth Row: R. Helleete, M. Holtz, W. Ruburtz. Fifth Row: I. Pryde, C. Breslich, R. Geister, M. Holtz. Fourth Row: G. Sipple, E. Moek, P. Spalding, W. Brown, B. Householder. Third Row: K. Pearson, N. Bain, M. Peterson, R. Hoagland, C. Erebor, I. Rcinke. Second Row: M. Adams, I. Volppe, B. Wahl, C. Nelson, R. Peterson. R. Wagner. Front Row: B. Baulur, F. Leiseherg, B. Hayes, L. Kernan, L. Egoroff, E, Burt. Top Row: F. Murphy, O. Gromer, A. NV:iterman, R. Henning, R. Lay, B. Bain, G. Stefhn, O. Egoroif, D. Beverly, D. Scales, K. Rothfuss, D. Morse, D. Koch. Middle Row: I. Norene, A. Hayes, W. Sprehn, W. Koch, I. Smayder, H. Berna, NV. Wegman, W. Sepmons, M. Berman, K. Parrott, G. Fehrman, C. VVood. Front Row: S. Kauffman, H. Frederickson, G. Kromhaut, E. Iernberg, H. Moltzen, R. Heck- nian. K. Kastner, I. Henard. H. Samulson, C. Cronenberg. R. Van Natta, D. Walbaum, R. Shaw, XV. Czisehlti. W. Hodel. R. Greiner, A. Goldman. Second Urcllestra Anyone who has a musical instrument and would like to play may join this organization. The Second Orchestra trains new members for our First Orchestra. It meets twice a week and is highly sueeessful. This year it has shown unusual merit: F. H. S. can well be proud of it. Second Band This organization can he called a training camp for our First Band, for as soon as members be- eome proficient they are promoted. ln this way our First Band can rapidly grow in size and skill. Mr. Reese directs the Second Iiand,and anyone who plays a band instrument may join it. -v ff ' .Y , , - .ff 1,44 1 ff! , I, . ,AH f- A-,4V.sJ r 4, .'.X Back Row: I. Cnnync, H. McElroy, WR-llni'fi, Rfilslruiiiurif Third Row: Miss E. Engle breuht, G. Fields, I,, Wright, L. Wilson, N. Humstcanl. F. Hold. Second Row: S, Ificnstcin. G. Copper. N. Emmons, R. Gcldmachcr, A. Milli-r. First Row: M. W"Llll3CC, XV. Cumhs, N. VVccd. L. Rifkcn C. Wahl, I. Coughlns. Fifth Row: M. Ocrgal. L. Nisthnnnncr, M. FI'fJllCI'iChL'Il, C. Owen, li. Newman, M. Bwgiiiiiii, M. Hallock VV. llgillock. R. Ialuksun. M. Brown. Fnurth Ruw: li. YYLlAiIlC. IJ. Ilcivccs. L. Elliot. M. Ccziclniwvgill, M Lindquist, A. Sipplc, I. linzali, H. Lcischcrg, R. Kendall, L. Skclly, Miss Knudson. Third Row: M Blanchard, O. Grimm. M. Stcinkc, A. Ahlmt, B. Bruckner. N. Iibcling. F. Niss, P. Gifford. G. Mueller M. Rowe. Second Row: I. Brand, D. Lngcrstrmn. G. Birch, C. Ilcld, E. Kirkland. E. Mnncly. R. Logan F. Parkin, N. Scimcr, R. Bremer, M. Pntc. First Ruw: A. Lloyd, M. Rowe. IJ. ilillilflf. L. Powell I. Smith. V. Buch. E. Lang. O. Irlctllwrg. C. Cleary. I. lirittun. The First Boys Glee Club Miss lilmai Iinglclvrccht directs tht- lfirst Boys Glt-c Club: Louis Rifkin is thi' president, Neil Em- mons, the sccrctnry. luck Conync. thc lilirzirian. This group consists of clmngctl .ind unclningcd vuiucs. They have maids scwzxil pulvlic gippepirgiiicths with thu luniur rind Senior Huis Glas Clulv. Ac-olian Glee Club This org.1n1z.1tifmn w.1s f1Jl'lllCl'll' nillctl Thi' Sccund Girls Glcc Club: limvcxt-I' its t-wcllt-sign dcnunil- cd Ll more fitting nnmc. It is no luiigcr cnnsitlcrul Ll training fin' thc First Cilcc Clulw. Thi' lIlCIHl3CI'hl distinctive work wits illustrutud git Christnnls. when thcy' guru gi cuiicurt git tht: Larkin Hume. Miss Knudson is ilirrctniz rind Icnnic Smith is prcsiilciit. ' 1: 22 Standing: H. Hayes, M. Egoroi-T. R. Fitller, K. Hubbard, F. Held. Miss Knudson. Sitting: Ci. L'nruh, A. Smith, M. Post. C. Seymour, M. Hamlin, I. Schultz, V. Britten. String Choir To give the students an opportunity to play together for pleasure and profit, to have a small group ready to respond to the many calls for music coming from schools and music organizations, the String Choir organized this October. Anyone playing a stringed instrument and willing to spend one noon hour a week for rehearsal is eligible for membership, but no school credit is given. The First appearance was made before the Womans Club and was followed by programs for the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion, Parent Teachers Association, the Musicians Club, and in concert with the First Girls Glee Club and lunior-Senior Boys Glee Club. I Sixth Row: D, Richoz, Miss Yi. Englebrccht, V. Birch, M. Dietrich, L. Schols, C. Britton, W. Hallock, ID. Folkmnn. M, Bergman. I. Conrath, G. Iohns, A. Lee, D. VVright, I. Blackburn. Fifth Row: I. Kcllman, V. Brewbaker, L. Elliot. B. Nitz, Peirce, M. Ceadarwall, V. Sund, D. Dewecs. IJ. Kuehl, D. Koch. Fourth Row: M. Koch, D. Popp, I. Zepzyk. H. Leiseberg, G. Crow, A. Coll, M. Kayn, D. Rowe, E. Rydell. IJ. Tailor. Third Row: R. Hays. A. Lloyd, L. Ackmann, F. Parkins. B. Hansen, I. Holmes, I.. Stevenson, A. Mueller, G. Boettcher, I. VVagner, E. Pierson, M. Brown. Second Row: R. Panter, L. Allbright. H. Stewart, D. Smith, M. Pearson, M. Hansen, M. Schuld, G. Sill. H. Peterson, L. Brown, M. Blanchard, H. Tillery. First Row: L. Hannigan, R. Kauke, A. Rein, M. Sodt. G. Taylor, M. Ross, P. Gifford. G. Hanley, M. Ponsonby. Treble Choir Seventy girls are members of the Treble Choir. They meet in the auditorium three times a week with Miss Elma Englebrecht. Three-part music is used. The choir sang at Christmas and at the Old Peoples Home. Musical llrganizatiens Not Pictured Iust for the joy of singing two choruses, composed of girls, meet twice a week. They are not selected voices nor do they need to have had previous glee club experience. Two-and three-part music is used. At the end of each semester the best voices are added to the Treble Choir. The Second Boys Glee Club is the place for boys whose voices are in the process of changing. The group is open to any boys who like to sing, especially those just from the grades. As soon as there is an opening and a boy shows his ability, he is advanced to the First Boys Glee. Twice a week they meet to work on two and four-part com- positions. 2 Q 24 Hack Rnwz Allen Goldman, Mr. Cartwright, Alice Glashagel, Ruth Frantz. Second Row: Mary Alice Helman, Lois Marr, Gertrude Wall-Ler. First Row: Doris Palm, Bruce Bowman, Richard Mansfield, Lenore XVright. Debate Squad Under the capable direction of Mr. Cartwright, who came to Elgin from Council Blurfs, Iowa, debating has taken its place among the major activities of the school. A new inter- est in debating has been created among the students, which has been proven by the number of students who tried out for places on the squad. The best debaters were selected. and the squad was organized. A very extensive program was carried out. All with the exception of those in the 'LBix Six" were non-decision debates. Marking the height of the debate season was par- ticipation in the Drake Tournament. With the splendid cooperation of the squad and the able direction of Mr. Cart- right the debate season has been very successful. DEBATE SCHEDULE December 4-I. Sterling Morton High of Cicero. 16-Maine Township High of Desplaines. 18-Dundee High. Ianuary IZ-St. George High of Evanston. 15-University of Northwestern -Freshman. 19-Ianesville, Wisconsin. 20AGlenbard-Glen Ellyn. 26-DeKalb Township High-DeKalb. February ll-Roosevelt High-Chicago. 12iUniversity of Northwestern-Freshman. 18-West High-Aurora. March 16-20-Drake Tournament. Mary Alice Helman, Mr. Cartwright, Bruce Bowman, Richard Mansfield. Drake Team On Wednesday morning, March 16, members of the Debate team, Mary Alice Helman, Richard Mansfield, and Bruce Bowman, journeyed to Des Moines, Iowa, where they entered the Drake tournament, which took place at Drake University. These repre- sentatives were accompanied by Lois Marr, Ruth Franz, and Mr. Cartwright. The Elgin team drew a bye in the first round. The next day the negative team, composed of Mary Alice Helman and Richard Mansfield, defeated the affirmative team from the High School of VVintersell, Iowa, a team taking second place in a tournament for the championship of the Southwestern part of lowa. Professor VVhan of Iowa State College judged the debate. Elgin's negative team, composed of Richard Mansfield and Bruce Bowman, then lost to the affirmative team of Abraham Lincoln High School of Council Bluffs, Iowa, eliminating our team in the quarter finals. Because it is the first time that any of our teams have entered such a tournament, we are proud of them and congratulate the team and Mr. Cartright upon their splendid work in the contest. D 125 26' M'.BP'W0N ASSOQ ED D Powru Assoceo. Mi-1ELMAf'J mm cmsf waarmnv acumen The Elgin High This year's staff of the Mirror has consistently upheld the high standards set by the publishers of former years. RBURSTUN mylm The paper was entered in the 1931 contest of the Illinois State High School Press Association and was awarded a distinguished rating. The year was also successful from the business standpoint as the subscription staff was able to increase the number of student sales to a point where they surpassed those of all other years. CSHEPHERD CLD B5 wotocvmou svom AEST abusmc Bovs sivomso t.Ar-mor eovs smut imarz emi smrifrsn imap ami spam- Eb AMINK REPORTER M.Li!SOR REPORTER RMORNC HUMOR V.J.lnDlff PCRSONMED IMGINIYRE PEKED. BBONNAN .6EN.f"9CR. R. RCSB. ED. lN:CHlEF M655 HDS SFCRELIGRY School Mirror Besides publishing the weekly paper the Mirror again sponsored the Comedy Concert, which has become an event to look forward to as the place where all the talent of the school may be seen. There were fewer acts this year, but this was more than made up by the excellence of every one that was given. The Whole stall deserves much credit for the outstanding paper which they published, as does Miss Ellis, their adviser. Q Y ... .-.-. . .. QDFHRLOVE lf? VICE PRES, e 0 127 28 lrJ.HFoIBLE RSSUC. ED. NJENSEN The Dlaroon The ancient Greeks preserved 1 RALEGCH fD.lNCHlEF the records of their achievements in their Olympic Games through the songs of the wandering minstrelsg but we wish to record more permanently the marks made in our High School Olympiad. In the Maroon we have endeavored to record in an interesting and accurate man- ner all the events of importance that have occurred during the last school year so that they may be preserved to bring back treas- ured memories in the future. In doing this ENQISE 95506 .E'D. EPOST SNR? SHOT ED, ' 4 of IQ32 we have tried to hring in just M5 NEWHQN AADVBER Ri-:cms aus. memaeen, as many new ideas as possible in the treatment of subjects that must appear in annuals year after year. The Stall feels that much of the credit for the success of the Maroon should go to our adviser, Miss Newman. We also wish to thank Miss Abell for the valua- hle assistance given to us in planning the art work to he used in the book, and Miss Olson Y i i 7 and her salesmanship classes for the splendid work that they did in selling the Maroon to the husiness men of Elgin. M.CBOR0iT PHUTU ED. NPOSI' PHOTO EDITOR KCRSTIC P!-1010 GDITOR YROBCNSON TYP1ST RMASSR TYPlSvT ' 29 30 School Dances It is thc custom of the Student Council to sponsor a series of dances throughout the school year. The dances this year have been well attended, and we feel that everyone had an exceptionally good time. At Thanksgiving. Christmas, Valentine's Day. and Easter the Council sponsored special dances, featuring Woody's "Rajahs.', Gayly colored balloons and balloon dances added fun to the dancing. Junior Prom--Class of R329 The Iunior Prom of the Class of "ZZ" was held on Class Day, Iune 5, 1931. The gym was beautifully decorated in strips of crepe paper in pastel shades cut to form arti- hcial walls and a moss covered ceiling. At the farther end of the gym, on a platform banked with ferns and palms, Billy Beljean's orchestra provided the music for the evening, using as a theme song 'gThe Hour of Partingf' Following the intermission the dancers joined in the Grand March, led by the Iunior Class President, Donald Salisbury, the Prom Chairman, Robert Leach, and their guests Ieanne Mac1ntyre and Marjorie Mattocks. The dancing was concluded by the playing of the theme song. Senior Prom--Class of "Ill" On Iune 9, 1951, the Seniors held their Prom. The dancers, in formal dress, made a lovely picture against the pastel background. The dancers joined in a Grand March, led by Robert Brightman, President of the Class of "31", Earl Trolson, Prom Chairman and their guests, Rita Dhu Wray and Marelu Moore. Russ Gaede and his orchestra furnished the music for the dancing, using as a theme song HStar Dustf, Class Day It is an old tradition that every Senior Class have a Class Day. The Class of '32 held their "Day,' on Iune 3. After the Class Breakfast the Class assembled in the Auditorium with the rest of the school, members of the Class appearing upon the stage for the last time during their high school career. Don Powell, the President of the Class, presided and announced the program. The history of the class was read by Kathryn Castle, secretary, and the class poem was read by Phyllis Rystrom. The dedication and presentation of the Maroon was then given by the Editor in Chief, Robert Leach. The singing of their class song closed the Class Day Program. The Class of 1932 With hearts full of hopes and ambitions We go forth to challenge the world, To take up new trials and battles, In the midst of new duties we're hurled. Our struggle for knowledge has not ended, Our victories have not all been wong Weire not through with our striving for credit, For our battle with life's just begun. Blue and white we wave as our bannerg Our colors Hoat up to the sky. May our aims and ambitions in all of our life, Climb up and remain ever high. We've worked, played, and struggled together, Together we've lost and we've Wong But now we must stop and Hnd whether Our battle has ceased or begun. These years have been carefree and joyous, And we leave them behind with a sigh. Whatever may now lie before us, We can look back in pride-Elgin High. Phyllis Rystrom . 13 ' f C L A SSW Som G wgj:.5:j4f"m H51 05i.e.tV-a1-i.f.0., 1 fwuilg. . fi ig j ' ' 4 Eg-X lg E i Hg, F -iw fgifggwiaiif 3 2 3 - fn : p L'fg4if. E weft? , H fFJbEi Effi gl f i gn , HQ bg ff W in Hire Novi do fihitl Tlnum dihfl. old " 65N Hielw The Hifah Ai-WT 4 n v. i nz... 's 5,5 . 'XV . ff' Q r-if "' ., : N 'jf' ,' " -15, , -fn-1, -f -7"- '-ii' . , f' .., 45 " 'Y 'ISL s3'2:'. 'f"fiZ' - L'--5, ' G ,, .,fg.1-- ---.Q . a.f.-L .76-w .-as . -,qw if .354 1-g, -r -' Y "FN 641--. RE NSQ --1 'r - - -x. 2 ... ,f ,N -.4 .. . 4 .NN .,.- X, ,vi ,, ..., ,. 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Elgin wins from McKinley in first foot- ball game, 19-0, 13-6. Maroon Stall announced. First School Dance. Fenger defeats Elgin Heavies. VV. O. T. broadcasts from E. H. S. Audi- torium. OCTOBER Maroons down Englewood, 13-7, 13-6. R. Miller elected Iunior Class president. Elgin opens Conference with Freeport in double win. West Aurora High students present Audi- torium program. 16 19 20 25 28 30 2 3 6 7 ll 13 14 Z0 26 26 Heavies tie with West High 14-14. Debate Squad chosen. Report cards-Nuff said!!! Scarlet and White selected by Iunior Class. Elgin Heavies lose to East Aurora. 19-0. Lights win. "Blue Shirt" Day. G. Wittenberg and L. I. O'Connell to lead play, K'Fourth Wall." NOVEMBER Stop Depression! Faculty Football Game suggested. First Lyceum program features Katherine Browne. Booster Night at Rialto with plenty of pep. Elgin downs Rabs 7-0, 20-6. 'lSauce for the Goslingsf' Kryl's Band. Prison City Eleven defeated 19-0, 32-0. School Dance. Elgin defeats Parker 26-0 on Turkey Day. -29. Vacation!!!!! f x7 P A 4 X u filgnw 'g l fp N G anna: n it T' 9-U f- QF, I li nwn nn,-H LW ,Zi I ei , 1 3 yo i .V,, Q' 2 'I I -Q 3 175' 73, - r fs.. M ---g e- A 4 M mg giagigiq ,fwywf'RfN gixg if :gs A 52 Src ll, 4. X w j f V f e pl gg -f,e2Tf,,,'- N 5 gg DECEMBER 22. Ioliet defeats Elgin 24-23, 25-15. 25. Night of Cramminglllll Senior Class Play sketches given in Audi- 26,21 Finals. torium. Robert Zimmerman, deep sea diver, in sec- ond Lyceum program. ll. Senior Class Play - - - best ever. Stagg and Ryan talk at Rotary club din- ner. Bowen defeats Elgin in Hrst basketball game. Foreign Language Club has annual party. 17. MA Table Set For Himself." Christmas Vacation. JANUARY Iunior Class sweaters appear while Seniors don smoked glasses. Elgin defeats Rockford 28-21, 21-ll. Debate Squad entertains Lions and Rotary Clubs. Pep meeting at Rialto. Maroons win from E. Aurora 39-26, 22-20. Mid-winter Concert of High and Grade Bands. 29. Elgin defeats Freeport Pretzels. FEBRUARY l. Freshmen greeted with new Brother and Sister plan. 4. Pep meeting in auditorium. 5. West Aurora defeats Elgin. 9 E. H. S. Debate teams entertain Kiwanis. 12. Heavies defeat Rockford in close game. 15. Rajahs play for students at Valentine Dance. 16-17. Members of the Maroon Staff display their dramatic ability. 19. Elgin and Ioliet tie for First place in Bas- ketball Tourney. 22. Film on Washington Bi-Centennial pre- sented in auditorium. 25. Reading contest won by R. Geister. 26. Charles E. Lofgren, Byrd's aid, in inter- esting program. 26. Ioliet beats Elgin for Big Six title. 29. M. A. C. witness boxing bout. ,- l 2 529 L X ' 'H Ng X f:T,,.J,,z' , , 6 if iiiii Q it dr 1 3 - f' i ' is I Jgygx Y ' ,, - .fn N W F " - Pu leg' ,, We 3 4 7 10 12 12 15 15 16 18 18 19 21 22 29 31 1 4 4 5 , . of A 4 ffff X v My N V..- i g 47 K V , HY Y Y H r' .. 1. f . ff 7W7.f7 Y , ! - , fgf f . , 111 we 1'-4.5 QP' 'ffjggN!yfQ'M'N i ,I If f 2, ff R 5 ,ff 'ff ' P. 'H f e' M if c 1 I Agn ' ' Y J 4 ZF i 'Z-72. f Ze ff- aifffgaig.. MARCH G. A. A. Party. Class Motto-UNot Finishedg Iust Begunf, Annual Concert well received. Mirror All-Conference Team announced. -11. E. H. S. students appear in varied roles in Passion Play. Dundee defeats Elgin in District final. E. H. S. car searched for Lindbergh baby. Report cards ---- again!! Mr. Wang speaks on "Manchurian" ques- tion. Five Debaters travel to Drake "U" to enter Tournament. Rajahs play for dance. One Act Plays big success. "Depression Partyf! It's "The New Poor," says Miss Biersach. Try-outs for Iunior class Play. May Queens announced at Class meeting. Freshies triumphant in annual Freshman- Sophomore debate. APRIL 1-2. Comedy Concert ---- best yet!!! Mirror spreads scandal of E. H. S. in 3' Humor Edition. Tentative cast for Iunior Class Play an- 6'7- Glenbard and Elgin in track meet. Goodwill program given the Rockford High Students by E. H. S. students. Basketball "EMS awarded. German Club Banquet. Big track meet with W. Aurora Qtherej Track meet with Hyde Park. MAY Goodwill program given by Rockford stu- dents. County track meet at Batavia. Band Concert at Dundee. State Sectional track meet. Golf-tennis meets at Rockford. State finals in track at State HU". May Festival. Big Six Literary Contest. IUNE Award Days. Class Day. junior Prom. Baccalaureate. Final Exams!!!! nounced. Senior Prom. Humorous debate in auditorium. 10. Commencement. ll A w e if ef fi W5 1 X155 .. . c 1 - I , i i.EiM4aHX YMMW X iw - fri? X I' 'Pi '-F. 1 fc " fa- ,,,f , - i 7 "' C-ef cdr Jew!!!-!L9ZgEif!,A.i:i!"' 135 36 37 The Maroon Program Q r Butyl? ,5u.5iHgS5P1andg9"' 7'Z6.y did the dir-tj wark in fha .fc,0Jf'fh Waff" The ,Science Club F?aa'p'o badf sfage hands vf 'Babf' 139 ' f ' y 'W L L ff? ffgyfb 0 C Li V N167 QQ '1 ' ! , m ,. M ? Q , A V- ,,,,H M , F Q A iff ,, - 'UALKN Q . f J Inv ff? Montreal Ldhs G6 me va We Know WMP. them But VVBBFE WL' S I A Q ft an MAN: M ' .A Q Q A at X fx :- N NSY 1 q 2 'f we H + x 4 ,, K Ai Zhe Ourfd in Texas Du you Rewg misc X 14' Oh What Fun 7' Where Uwe balm breezes bfW.f 1 1 151. vim, . ev!-N':- at . ' ' ft '5 Q 'f Q , My . SW - . K Eval Q 'Jimmy dna 5 Maroon Hefd around nal xg 5 7774: and 2 imm-y3'Y BUS "" K if h tai No lac 0 company er K.-..-. .. . , Ls I aver-uiej VVa1 VP Nnrlh 0 wCf',S IWC QIYI ' V1 X. 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Sc Sons Cowlin's Open Book Shop QMrs.j Daniels 8: Clark Dreyer :Sz Dreyer Elgin Business Men's Association Elgin Butter Tub Company Elgin Courier News CThej Elgin Flour Sc Feed Co. Elgin Oil Co. Elgin Flying Service lnc., Chas. D. Vary, Mgr, Elgin Fruit :St Candy Co. Elgin Loan Sz Homestead Association Elgin Motor Club Elgin National Bank Elgin National Watch Co. C-lj Elgin Steam Laundry Co. Elgin Sweeper Co. Elgin Washer St Poultry Sales Co. Elgin Watch College 149 Elk Drug Store Elliott, Gail B. Ellis Business College Ferriss, W. R. 8: Son, VVh0lesale Confectionary First National Bank Fosgate Barber Shop Fox Hotel Fox Valley Herald Fuqua, W., D.D.S. Gallina Grocery Gardner, Edwin F. Giertz, Chas. E., Sr Son Griffeth, F. W., M.D. Grow, Milton A. Hansen, O. M. Hart, Wm., 8: Son, Drugs Haumiller, Charles Healy, Walter E. Keeney, E. L. Herhster, E. N. Hintz, Harry Illinois Cleaners St Dyers Illinois Hydraulic Stone 8: Construction Co. Illinois Watch Case Co. Iackson, W. N., D.D.S. Iahn 8: Ollier, Engraving Co. Keller, W. S., Ieweler Kerher Packing Company Kovach, Idabelle, Naprapath Kresge, S. S., Co. Kunke's Grocery Lake Street Cemetery Co., Inc. Leath 6: Company Lehman, Myron M. Leitner Brothers Lester, G., Drug Store Lindoerfer, Lord, W. Ii., Insurance R. S. Lowry, Charles McBride Brothers Co. McBride's Pharmacy Marsh Sc Conn Massa, Frank C. Masters Shoe Co. Maxwell, Rose Newcomer CD Milbrandt, A. L. Miller, I. E., Sz Son Modern Dairy Co., Inc. Moore, E. C. Mosiman Sz Knott Muetterties Brothers Mulliken, O. D., M.D. National Rubber Co. CThej Nehi Beverage Company Nelson Brothers News Printing Co. C21 North End Greasing Station Oergel's Meat Market Page, Charles D. Penney, I. C., Co. Piggly Wiggly, Elgin Co. Plagge, Fred E., Florist Powell, S. W. Price, F. A., Sign Co., Inc. Rea, R. s. at v. H., D.D.s. Richardson Battery 8: Electric Shop Rinehimer Bros. Mfg. Co. S Ritschard Co., Paint Supplies Robar St Kienlen Quick, A. F., D.D.s. Rovelstad, H. R., D.D.S. 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