Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL)

 - Class of 1959

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LN IW 33,319 Q1?Q?,!1.A fl R -4, '01 r 11 ,J ,Www A ,nib , yi Q XXQ I 1 f THE MAROON of 1959 published by fhe sfudenfs of ELGIN HIGH SCHOOL ELGIN, ILLINOIS JUDY KOHLHAGEN -CHUCK STEWART Co-Ediiors TRUDY HAFFRON, Business Manager 0l"LU6l,I' IN RETRGSPECT TRADITION a powerful b1nd1ng force ln any communlty IS a qualxtv Elgnn I-hgh School possesses rn great abundance The Elqm Tradltlon IS not a happenstance but rather IS a result of n1nety years of effort bv the myrlad of students thelr facultxes and adm1n1strat1ons We are told however that 1n th1s complex and rapldly mov1ng modern world tlme does not permxt retrospect t at soc1ety must be governed by contemporary thought We concur for It IS through the constant reevaluatlon of our customs and methods that Elgln I-hgh School has bu1lt the reputatnon of whlch we are so proud However we also be11eve that although today s soc1ety cannot be governed by trad1t1ons 1t must have as 1ts foundatxon tlme proven courses of actlon We therefore feel It flttmg th1s nlnetleth vear of our school s h1story that our theme deal w1th those memorles of the 1958 1959 school year that have enr1ched the trad1t1on Elgm I-I1gh School has created for ltself and 1ts communlty W1th th1s hlstory 1n mmd we humbly present th1s a record of one year s contr1but1ons to the Elgln Trad1t1on the 1959 Maroon 3 M !C',.f.nf Our School page 4 Faculty page ll Semors page 38 Iumors page 65 Sophomores page 78 Actlvltle page 92 Orgamzatlons page 104 Athletlcs page 124 P tror page 141 .. . . 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'vqy '24 1 'vs' lei, 1' :M The commumty provndes the setting for many hugh school fradmons Here In Lords Park the Maroon staff symbolnzes one of those traditions the enloyment of wmter sporis after school us over .fl-ac .nv s fs ii 49 we Om Tradition is past memory If this be so It is little wonder that the Elgin Tradition has gained its present dimensions Memories of the school and its life are many a congenial chat with Mr Alexander between classes after school dis cusslons with faculty members about our personal frallties or our athletic teams chances the seniors as they prepare for the lunlor Panthers as they prepare to accept the heritage handed them the sophomores the largest class ever to enter our building as they formulate plans for two more busy years these are the experiences of one year that have added to our tradition and made it meaningful and this IS the school that has provided these memories 999315 ,, . . . ,, . . . . i I . . . i , next year's challenges and the current year's responsibilities . . . ' ' ll ll ' . . . , I I 5 ls ORRIN G. THOMPSON - Superintendent of Schools B, Ed. Northern Illinois University MS. Northwestern University St. Olaf College Universitv of California Harvard University University of Chicago ROBERT F. SKELLY Administrative Assistant lf-.S. lX'lusl-cingum College lVl.A. Northwestern University .xdclminidfrafion 61740 !2u'.5uif of gxcefdfnce . .v The Superintendent's Message . . . The pursuit of excellence is the only goal worthy of a great school system. During its ninety illustrious years. Elgin High School has enjoyed more than a share of success. The efforts of the Board of Education and its staff have reflected the educational aspirations of a thoughtful community. To develop each student to the maximum of his unique abilities has persisted as a primary objective. We congratulate each of you as members of our largest graduating class for your outstanding achievements. You have brought recognition to yourselves and to your school in a variety of fields. including music, art, dramatics. debate, jour- nalism. athletics. and Student Council activities. We are especially proud of your accomplishments in academic pursuits, Our testing program has shown that your class is among the top ten percent of high schools in the country. We extend our best wishes to each of you in your future endeavors. Orrin G. Thompson Superintendent of Schools CHARLES B. WALDEN - Assistant Superintendent B. Ed. La Crosse State Teachers College Phil. University of VVisconsin Page 6 T--o- -l-Q... +1- 'Aa f 'I' hail' suv ef! CHESTER C. ALEXANDER - Principal AB, Illinois State Normal Univcrsiv. XLS. Indiana University University of Colorado. Columbia Universitv, Northwestern Universitx minidfrafion .911 .jcvping :UNA our .7-afhllion 0!Oll,5!ClI1t'L.I1g fLlll.lIl..5fl'Clf0I'J . . . Traditionally. the strength of a school may be measured by those xvho have guided its program. Elgin High School has been fortunate to have had outstanding leaders xvho have devoted their talent and energy in the role of Principal. Three years ago, as tradition xvould have it. another respected administrator and friend. Mr. Chester Alexander. began hs duties as principal, This short span of time. xvith its sputniks and rocket- launchings, has been perhaps one of the most turbulent periods of educational reorganization our country has seen. However, Klr. Alexander has not only met those contemporary demands vvith foresight. but has also sustained and built the "Elgin Traditionf' We have observed his congenial interest in the xvelfare of every student . . . his insight into each school problem . . . and his active participation in every facet of school and community activity, These are the qualities in our principals that have built the foundation for the 'iElgin High Tradition", and these are the qualities xve are proud to attribute to Nlr. Alexander. oarcl of gafucafion 9 gonzui, oncvlem fmirvcfion ofgcw Qowfd BOARD OF EDUCATION . . . VVillard Beebc. Secretary: Richard F. Stettncr: VVilliam Brandcs: A. E. Schmidgall: Ashlcv E. Arnold. President: Theodore H. Akcmann: Elwood B. Thomas: Howard F. Lewis: Donald R. Barber: Orrin G. Thompson. Superintendent of Schools. BOARD OF EDUCATION . . . No better indication of a communitvs sta- bility can be found than is evidenced by its school svstem. The citizens of Elgin can be justifiably proud of their system, the credit for which must go to an alert and dedicated Board of Education. With the awareness of the manv problems facing our expanding school enrollment. the Board of Education has been challenged to provide imaginative leadership. The past vear has seen the construction of a new iunior high school. three new grade schools, additions to two others. and research into the problem of enlargement of our present high school facilities or construction of a second school. This intelligent and able group of men and their predecessors are the people who have overseen the development of the HElgin High Tradition". and it is to these men we are indeed indebted. Page Es 0lfU'l5Q 0I".5 . . if . 7 X00l'gCllllZClfl0H IIIIJ ICCJIZPJ Ill Cllllfl' The position of Assistant Principal involves many responsi- bilities. and demands a dedicated and conscientious administrator. Elgin High School is fortunate to have such a man in Mr. Paul Green, whose interest in the individual student goes beyond the mere enforcing of discipline. VVell-known for his skill in counsel- ing and guidance. he is never too busy in his official duties to help solve the problems of a student or help him with his plans. He also affords returning alumni a friend with whom to share their post- high school experiences. MR. PAUL GREEN - Assistant Principal B.Ed. Southern Illinois University Universitv of Iowa Northern Illinois Universitv -1. 1 ' F, :r g . COUNSELORS . . . Left to right: Mr. Paul Green. Assistant Principal: Mrs. Dan Vfithers. asst. sponsor of Class of 1961: Mrs. Ellen Hackman. asst. sponsor of Class of 1959: Mr. Ronald Cook. sponsor of Class of 1960: Mr. Gus Stuart, sponsor of Class of 1959: Miss Elsie Fletcher. asst. sponsor of Class of 1960: Mr. Robert Smith. sponsor Class of 1961. COUNSELORS . . . In the trend of modern educational development, 1959 marked the reorganization of the Elgin High School counseling staff. Mr. Alexander. Mr. Green, and the sponsor and assistant sponsor of each class comprise the staff. which met weekly. This staff has become a vital organ in the school life and is a nucleus for enlargement as its influence expands. This program of guidance is an example of a dedicated administration . . . a friendly and helpful counseling staff. . .and a respected faculty . . . this too, is an "Elgin Tradition." Page 9 -- i f wa ? nw R J, ,hiv "N vfg id? -,i "My iT , V' A , S 'M M, f 1 ,mfr r Q' ,p 30: ,W CLOUJ -.na if ogd , Mgaicaf glclucafion eloarfmenf GODFREY STYCH BS. University of Iowa Cross Country Coach Gymnastics Coach WILLIAM WALTON BA. Monmouth College lVl.A. Bradley University Asst.. Varsity Football Coach Sophomore Basketball Coach Preparing the student to accept his civic responsibilities includes preparing him physically to enjoy his leisure and perform his other obligations of adult citizenship. This is the guiding principle of the Boys' Physical Education Depart- ment, which offers a xvell-rounded program of football, soccer. basketball, wrestling. gymnastics, handball, bowling. volley- ball, badminton. tennis. baseball, golf. and track. Included also in the program are required courses in personal hygiene, first aid. family living. and driver education theory. MIKE A. FARROH - Head of Boys' Physical Education Department B.A.. lVl.A. University of Iowa University of VVisconsin University of Colorado HE" Club Sponsor BILL CHESBROLIGH BS. Syracuse University lVI.S. University of Vkvisconsin Sophomore Football Coach Varsity Basketball Coach ROBERT DLIFFIELD BS. in Ed. Northern Illinois University lVl.S. in Ed. University of Wisconsin Varsity Football Coach Track Coach ALBERT SCHARF BS. University of Illinois lVI.S. Northwestern University Varsity VVrestling Varsity Baseball Opposite Page LP Two popular phases of the gymnastics program are rope exercises. a new addition to the gym facilities, and the trampolines. Page I2 ,M-A T110 -' ,M-'ff 1 3 X 'T .. , L -6' -X ,L LN.: L,,,.,,,n. ..,.L..,., :'J"1" "T'J:- W...x...f- L.. -1 A r 'K S -4 S - 5' 4, -" A fi: - 5 :4 E 5, iq pix Z, ,,.., .' fi i :S Q, I M53 , .Hw- . gc- X. ,ni ,:fll",,ilf uri inedd eloarfmenf EDNA LEWIS BA. State Universitv of Iowa Universitv of Wisconsin VIRGINIA MARSTON Preparing the students for their roles in the world of business as well as increasing personal efficiency is an objec- tive of the Business Department. Cvuided bv the latest busi- ness procedures, Elgin High School offers courses in business survey, personal typing, vocational bookkeeping, advanced business principles. vocational stenographv. and vocational typing. In addition. the Business Department offers a unique A'Business Experience Program" which provides an opportun- ity for students to apply their classroom knowledge in local business offices. LOUIS E. BAUER - Head of Business Department BA. Cornell College lVl.A. Northwestern University Northern Illinois Universitv IOHN BALEK BS. Universitv of Illinois Ioliet lunior College Northern Illinois University R. I. FIALA Ph,B. Universitv of Chicago MS. Northern Illinois Universitv University of VVashington BA. Ioxva State Teachers College TERRY M. FRAME BS, in Ed. Northern Illinois Universitv VVestern Illinois Universitv Opposite Paqe if The vocational typing course offers tht littst in office equipment for classroom practxct Universitv of VVisconsin Iunior Red Cross Sponsor GEORGE W. PECK AB. Nvheiiton College MMA, Universitv of Chicago Universitv of Illinois Northern Illinois Universitv Northwestern Universitv FRANK I. PRIST BS. in Ed, Northern Illinois Unix ersitv Page l-l NY xy ' f x X' , M 1 , x. gf 1.1. 13.14 ' X5 , F ' 3213 Q-vi, ,-Q X5 .. PV Q .- X R A Kan -fs ., - ' ki XX Q xxx 1 Q Qw- Wfs' "-1 xg - fx KJ ,T 4 .,lb , 'Y Jdfvlihdfmf 1 'F' if if se rj. Q' , ,, S E i I 0 1 ,X N , Y..Q ' - . 1 ' ' 5 2 N . . '. . A Q an , 'L' Q .. - '- ' 7 m V K -T ' 41, ' ' 4 i nf f I Q 6119 f-ibQlJ6l l"fIflfl0lfll KENNETH C. ETTNER - Head of English Department IIA. North Central Ctvllt-ut-. IXIA. Northxxestvrii Lliiiversitt' Indiana I.Ini'vt-rsitx: Iiruiellwal Sthtml of Ifnqlish MARGE BIERSACH IHA. Carrtill Ctillt-tie. XI A. IIii.xt'rsitx' tif Vfisttmsin Ilnixersitx' ml Ctiltmiuicltw. Ntwrtlixxvsterii Iliiiversitx' Iliuxvrsitx' nf Cliitatiu. I5..s.idt'i1.i Ijlaxliiuist- Dirt-tttwr tif Plavs C,li.iirm.ii1tuf Asst-mlwlivs ALTYS M. DANIELS BS. in lid.. IXIS. in Ifd. lfasterri Illintwis Ilmxerstixy Maroon Advisor DONALD R. ELDRED IIA. Llniversztx' of Diihiiqiie. KIA. Nturthvestern Uinversitx' Ittistern Vx ashintitim Lollttie uf Izdutaritm Inter-Clulv Countil Advistir ENID M. BURNS BA.. NIA. State Universitx' of Iowa, Ntmrtlixvestern Lliuversitx' Clarke College. VVisetmsin Lliiiu-rsitv. Lux-.ala U1iivt'i'sitx' Ctvlumhia Universitv. Adxistvr tu Nlirror FAITH CAVELL HA. fXI.itKIurr.ix' Ctilletit- KIA. State I.IIiixt'i'.sitt.' til ltwxxd Ieliiiu-i'sitx' tal Illintmis. Lliiixersitx' tml Ctwltimtlti ELSIE H. FLETCHER ' AB. Qherlin Culleuu. KIA. Ntvrthxxestt-rii Ilnixersitx' Uiiiversitx' tat VX'isrtmsin. Uiiiversitx' at Chitatitn Cu-sptmsur of Class txt 1960 ROBERT I. FOSTER HA. Ciilverfsttmtkttm Ctwlletie. State Ilniu-rsetx fit Immi Central hlissuiiri State Ciillt-tit' The four communications arts - readme. vxritint. sweakmq, and . , . . .1 41 A. listening - together with literary appreciation are Comhined in the English Curriculum. In the sophomore year, speaking and listening are emphasized one semester for better Classroom participation in the iunior and senior years: the other semester stresses writing skills. Both semesters include studies in types of literature - drama. hiographv. poetrv. short story, and novel - to increase Ones reading skills in different kinds of literature and tu form judgments and to increase voeahulary. Oppusite Page L-R.R'!.1rx Ion QiL.1x'le. Diaziv Pestilltm. Ifllie liters Nurni.: Hendrieks. Karen Iiimhl. and Sue Saipan' twperinierit with Clftstlitifle I-xnressitm. BYRUS HALL I3 S. Stu:thxxvst hlissimuri klweatlirrs Ctxllctyv AIS. Iliuxvrsitx' tit Illinimis. NIA. Ctvlixiiilvia Iliiixt-rsitx' ALICE HOFFMAN HA. firiiuivll Ctillt-.ity hI1tixxt'stt'rii Iliiixt-rsitx. Iliiixvrsitx' mf C,tiltwr'.itl-1 Ihztit' lfi in r JY X ' .4 ., 2 5 - 5 9 - 5. Yi-f I f fs R S V ff , A? f ,gf 0 NANCY E. TAYLOR BA. Univcrsitv of Illinois DONNA E. XNILLOUGHBY BS. Purdue Urlivvrsitx' MAURINE VVITHERS HA. Uriivcrwtx' ol lo lXl.S.S. Smith College Rockford Collc-rv Coesponsor of the Class ol lofwl !4 lb lif I , QlJClI'fl110lflf HELEN L. IOCELYN BS. Northxvesteru Uruvcrsitv. lXl.A. Univcrsitv of Colorado Co-sponsor of Girls Chili MARTHA IANE IONES BA. Ripon College. lXI.A. Northxvcstcrn Uruvcrsitv Oshkosh State Tcuclivrs College. Umvcrsitv of Chicago ALICE PRAGMAN BS. in lid. Ct-nn-.rl Missouri State College. Uiuvcrsitv of hlissouri lX'l.A. Colorado Stutt' College ot lfCluc.rtion. Uuivcrsitv of Colorado DON QUILLMAN BS. in lid.. lX'l.S. in Ed. Southern Illinois University Ass t. Yursitv Footlmll. Asst. Sophoniorc Hrslictlmll Couch f ff - xy 07 N l f A Nfvrvk, Q75 'VV"5""'f' The iiinior vear. the literary heritage of America is featured, and the communicative skills are improved further and broadened. Elective courses are offered for those iuniors and seniors who wish to specialize in a held or to improve their skills in a certain field. either dramatics, journalism. or speech. In the senior vear. a survey of English literature is offered students who plan to go on to college or who plan to enter secretarial positions. A more comprehensive knowledge of writing techniques is also a part of the senior program. Opposite Page "V Collt-ut' Prcprmrttwrv lfnqlisli cltrss uses Ilh' upmrtw PrniCL't0r to 21dX'tiI1t.1qC. DOROTHY C. RYNDAK HA. lflmim Collctqv. Utica Collcuc of Svrxicusc Univcrsitv MARIORIE E. STOFFREGEN BA. State Universitv of loxvzr. Univvrsitv of Chicago Northcrn Illinois Univvrsitv MY L. i I i,,.M, ml X 4? S 0 U18 Fifi A xvell-rounded program of line arts develops the students interest in the cultural aspects of his heritage, These are the objectives of the fine arts program offered by the Mtisic and Art Departments. Both choral and instrumental courses are offered the talented music student. Mtisic organizations including a cadet hand, iunior orchestra. iunior a cappella choir, Concert band. orchestra, and a cappella choir provide ample opportunity for all students to apply their special talents. The Art Department presents a diversified program of general art. photography. commercial art. Ceramics. draxving and painting. and iexv- elery enameling. E. MAX VON ISSER -- Head of Art Department BFA. University of Denver, lVl.A. Colorado Universitv S. H. ROGOFF BS. Universitv of lllinois. BFA.. M.F.A. Yule Universitv Chicago Teathers College E. ARTHUR HILL - Head of Music Department HS. in Ed. Universitv of Illinois. B,lVl. Anieritiin Conservutorv lN'l.lVl. Universitv of VViseonsin. North Central College Sponsor of Klodern Nlusie Nlqisters MARIAN LAFFEY BM, Chicago Conservatorv. B.Ph. De Paul Universitv ALM. Northxvt-stern Universitv Opposite Page '9 Clockxvise, standing: Vicki Kolherg, Rita Vollman. Ruth Muirhead and Anthony Nelson portray fine .arts offerings of Elgin High. EMILY M. MARTIN - HS, Univt-rsitv of Xxvistonsin DOUGLAS STEENSLAND BKT. Unrversitv of VVistonsin KLA. Iizilliard lnstitute of Nliisit Page 20 A A rfqa Y -Mm ., ,W . 5' -f.. 9' Y K War... A' ,, fffgw, 54, ,. I X 4.- f 4 Y. s. 1 fs' V Qing, lgkgziicaf glofucafion Q e arfmenf Physlcal educatlon for glrls IS a vrtal factor of any school s morale and soc1al behavlor for the modern class not only offers physlcal exerc1se but also offers courses ln first ald personal hyglene home nurslnq and famlly llvmq Elgm s G1rls Physlcal Educatlon program proxldes a xarlety of sports and rhythms tennls baseball xolleyball table tenn1s basketball archery and bovsllng and a proqram encompasslng development of soclal act1x1t1es such as co educatxonal dancxng and xolleyball modern dance and cheerleadmq Page 22 WILDA LOGAN Head of Gnrls Physical Education Department B S M S Northvt estern Umxersny Sponsor of G A A Coach of Cheerleaders ANNA LEE COLLINS BS ln Ed Eastern State UU1VCTS1fy Sponsor of Modern D mee BETH FERGUSON B S 1n Ed Northern llhnoxs Umversrty Georqe Wrllxams Colleqe Umxersxtg of Color rdo EI IZABETH A HALLET RN R N Alton State Hospltal of Nursmq Elqm Commumtx, Colleqe Umxersrty of Mlnnesotx Adxlsor of F N C Opposlte Paqc + Spmted competmon 1 seqment of the Glrls Phy slc xl Edut mon proqr un . f . . 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Bradley College A modern concept 1n Amerxcan educatxon emphasxzes the schools respon s1b1l1ty for tra1n1ng students ln clemocratxc home and fam1ly hvxng The Home Economxcs Department has made great strxdes durlng the past decade IH offer mg courses of value both to students gomg on to college and those termmatmg the1r formal educat1on Included 1n the currxculum are courses 1n clothmg and text1les everyday hvmg for boys ex eryday hwmq for glrls food and nutrltlon speclal senlor foods and spec1al semor clothmg Page 24 LUCILE A. STANSELL - Head of Home Economics Department lVl.A. Columbia Teachers College Sponsor Future Homemakers CLEORA E IOHNSON B S Umversxty of lllmoxs M A Unxversxty of lVl1ssour1 Knox Colleqe Adxxsor Future Homem ukcrs MARCELLA KORT BS ul11KCfi1fX of WISCONSIN Co sponsor Future Homemwkers IANE PURDUM B S Northwestern UHIVCFSIYV UUIVCFSIIV of lll1no1s Co sponsor Future Homemakers Opposnte Paqe --D Dorthy Mnshburn watches B'1rb VV1ll1s demonstrite proper techmques ln Home Economncs hborwtory perxod . .7 '. I'. .. 'fm' l. I -. . 1 . . . . . v v v t , V ' r r . .4 ' , Z1 'r 1 . J-1.3 A-,A C Q iz egnaflfwfriaf .fglrfd Cibelactrffnenf CLIFFORD MARTIN BS.. AIA, Northern Illinois Llniversttx ASN I. Tratk Coaeli LEO B. VANDER KAMP l'l.5, AIS. Stout State Collette It is recognized that the modern comprehensive school system must offer avocational. vocational and consumer buying training as well as college preparatory courses. It is for this purpose that the Industrial Arts Department offers a varied program encompassing study as a founda- tion for virtually any vocation desired by the student. The program includes crafts, drafting. industrial art, drafting electric shop, general metals. machine. printing, and wood shop. and pre-engineering drawing. This is the quality of curriculum. guided and coordinated with local industry. that places many Elgin graduates directly into respon- sible positions in Elgin area industry. NORMAN A. SCIBETTA - Head of Industrial Arts Department BS. Northern lllinois University AIS. Oklahoma State University Colorado State College of Education Cornell College WARREN R. BA. Iowa State Teaehers College of Ioxxa of Illinois ANDERSON University University St. Alnltrose Collette ARTHUR GRAFFAM BA, Northern Illinois Llniversitx' lXl.A. Colorado State College Oklahoma College XV.tX'Ile LIIIIYt'T'NIIX' ARTHUR KANIES BA. Northern Illinois Ielniversitx' Colorado State Collette Northwestern Unixersitx' Opposite Page if Slillled proper use of today s tools. craftsrnen of tomorrow practice the Page ff' ,ff . . vs vw. 'ww n' S Q 1, ,xx M ,f 2' . awp 5 K E -... 4 . Q - ff:-E-5' 'E K Clfl9lfLCl90 0 JClI"fIl1QIflf KRISTIN ANN ROVELSTAD BA. Northwestern University ltlgin Comniunitv College RICHARD I.. STARIN IIA. X .ilparaiso Universitx KIA. Unixersitv of Illinois Sponsor of Spanish Cluln The key to understanding other peoples, their heliefs and customs is a study of their language. It is their ideal that has prompted a pro- gram offering a full four years of German. Spanish, French. or I.atin in the Foreign Language Department. Next year another significant addition shall be made to these four languages. as Russian will he taught forthe first time. This is exemplary of a modern school system? desire to maintain a curriculum in tune with ever-changing world conditions, IRENE PIELEMIER - Head of Language Department BA. Incliana University University of Xvisconsin University of Colorado La Escuela Interamericana De Yevano - Saltillo Mexico Sponsor of Spanish Clulw WILFRED A. MQVVILLIAMS B.A. Loras College lVl.A. University of Vvisconsin Sponsor of Latin Clulw NIYRON E. NOVVOSAD BA. University of Illinois Uniyersity of Berlin - Berlin. Cerniauy University of lVlunich - lVIunich, Cerniauv Sponsor of Cwerman Club DORA MARIE PASEL BS.. MS, University of Illinois lVI.A. Boston I,In1versitv University of lxlexieo - Mexito City, Mt-xito lVIicldleburv College University ol Barcelona - Barcelona, Spain Opposite Page if Language students lclotliwise from topll Tom Ierrv, Chuck Flora. Latini lVIarv Horxvitt, Karen Kuehl. German: Iane Ratt, Cis Rubenstein. French: Margaret Oritz, Dick Beu, Spanish: rep- resent the culture of their respective languages. Page 28 W0afAemafic5 K elaarfmenf The awareness of the importance of mathematics has become progressively greater in a world where so much is dependent upon technological advancement. With this in mind, Elgin High Schools Mathematics Department curriculum is designed for both basic and advanced study. Courses offered are general math. al- gebra, geometry, advanced algebra. trigonometrv. college algebra. college algebra A, and senior math A. MISS MARY PETERS December 16, 1958, Elgin High School lost a great builder of the "Elgin Tradition," Miss Mary Peters. Hers was a life and career of devotion to the teaching profession and its ideals, of a magnitude few of us shall ever adequately appreciate. HORTENSE E. WILSON - Head of Mathematics Department B.A. Knox College. lVl.A. Universitv of Illinois University of Colorado, Universitv of Denver, VVillinms Colle ie L KENNETH COTTET B.S. in Ed. Illinois State Normal Universitv CHARLES E. DIERKS BS, Northern Illinois University University of Iowa IAMES C, MARTIN B.S. in Ed.. lVI.S. in Ed, Southern Illinois Universitv MARY A. PETERS B.A. Iowa State Teachers College. lVl.S. State Universitv of Iowa Northwestern University. Dulce Universitv. University of VVisconsin EDWIN SCHULZ BS, in Ed. Northern Illinois Universitv Fordham Universtiv. Purdue Universitv Asst. Coach Varsitv Football Opposite Page lf LfR. Rita Vollnian. Chuck Akemann. Len Blakeslev. and Sue Seiler demonstrate the .ipplicrition of IiLlIl'lL'INtlIlkill principles. THERESA A. SIREN Ph.B. Universitv of VVisconsin Northwestern Universitv Teachers College, Stevens Pt.. VVN Sponsor of lT.T.C. MARY B. SMELTZER B.A. l'..iYerne College lXl.A. Claremont College RICHARD E. VVALTON AB. Klcliendree College lXl.S. Northern lllinois Universitv Vlhisliington Universitv 3 E 'id' 'E -nui,.4""'g , ...Q Z 2, 'WI Y rr-2 -up-an a i 9 L 4 .. I ff ' C cience elaarfm enf In a technological age, when the world demands scientific achieye- ment for a country to maintain a position of importance. we are quick to insist upon a well-rounded science program. Elgin has such a program consisting ofthe basic sciences: Biology. Earth Science fCveology, Astron- omy, etc,l. Living and Theory Chemistry, and Physics. The Science Department also offers advanced placement programs for students show- ing unusual aptitude in chemistry. RONALD L. COOK - Head of Science Department BS. in lid., IXIS. in lid. VVestern Illinois University Northern Illinois University. Northwestern University. University of Illinois Sponsor Class of 1960 IOE I. CANTRELL B.S. Southwest lVlissouri State College, IVLA, Northwestern University Case Institute of Technology, Colorado College Baylor University. Northern Illinois University Sponsor Science Cluh R. H. IENSON BS. University of VVisconsin, lVIilwaukee State Teachers College Northern Illinois University HELEN C. KETTERING PLS. hloninouth College. KIA. Northwestern University University of Illinois, Syratuse University Opposite Page -'P LR. Mary Ilorwitt. Glen Dalinon. Carol Gleeson, Ron Vaughn. liiology students. watch the Bs heat the As into the hloodstreain. M. F. KUHLMANN B. lid. Xvisconsin State College. lVI.A. State University of Iowa University of Illinois. Northern Illinois University LESLIE L. LARSON HA. University of Illinois, lVl,A. University of lVIissouri University of Chicago l DENVER I. LETURNO BA. Eastern Illinois University. KIA, University of Illinois Northern Illinois University. University of XX iseonsin DUANE OHL HA.. KIA. Iowa State 'IIea.hers College GUSTAVLIS B. STUART B.S.. lVl,S, University of Illinois. University of Colorado Sponsor of Class of 59. Varsity Colt. Sophomore XVrestling ROBERT T. WINN BA, University of Iowa Page 32 Q' js, 1 ' inf' Q' Q I 'li r as 1 ia. ,. I Q . ka f Q I ,. fx " H l' ' ,il hx, an Q 5 : 1, lx l' 1- -5. 'K Fix 1 'Q I -H Q 'f -if bi, ,Q U if A A 4, -1 1 'qu RS 'Q yn X K X A KK. ,411 r' r ,S H it , W 'Mig-,Lx , k viii? ,,-. .fx -, -Q50 'x TK vig' Sv - 1 --eg, f '35 . . 'f33f1 ' R M Wifi ' . .522 -ish A Awvn K Atxygis . v N 'W 1 rw . fi W, 1 5.5 K , ian 'I 4? aw! Q11 -' 1--1-H1 K 0Cl6l .SZZQFLCQ Ql9ClI"lIflflQlfl Social Science is, as are most sciences offered in our school system. of vital interest to the informed citizen to- day. The study of other peoples. their culture and environment. the study of human relationships. and the study of our own functions in American society. as well as our heritage. summarize the courses offered hv the Social Science Department. The curriculum includes World Geography, VVorld History. American Government. Modern History. American History, Recent Icl.S. History, Applied Psychology. Economics, and Social Problems. H. H. SHELBY Head of Social Science Department X II. I iiiui-.tx til Illini-us XI.X. Xoiiliiivstuiil l IllU'!xllx Iliiui t.t--nec stlunil ul Notml mu-luv HARRY W. BARNES MII. 1-iliiurll Collett- Xl, I-il Xinllivln Illinois I iiiiwisiri I liiuisnli ul Xlulttuulv Npomin ol lux tlulu KATHERINE H. DAVERY MII. Ilvloii lollvm' XI.X. X-iiilniitwtriru limi-isui fuliliiilim l uiicisilx I mi-:silt ul Histnllsliu I liiu-:xiii nl tivltmiiln Uxliilil I muisilx Hxliuil. Iruulaml MARVIN ELBERT IIA iii l1l,lllnuuN Sl.iIi' Xoiiual I liiiwxsiii, Noplvfiiizim- I5.ist-Imll lii.uln Opposite Page "'P Nrnuri uniiuilliu stlulrnis Inn I'i'imuinl, Iii-Ili lolmsoli. Ix.llm'ii Xllrii. .uml Imam XI.uiii1 pu-li.iir lm llu' im-iil,ilmln'. KARL M. LEHR I'li II Xliililiiulntiu C iulltgt Xl.X. Iiliiull lliiivlsiix lliixmsux ol Nisiiilmli llxlulil I illulsllx Uxluiil, Iinulalul MARY ANN FOX IIA, llliiuus Smit' Xuiiiml liuixvisiti Xl.X. I liiivislix ul Illill-us HENRY W. PEDDLE ILS vu lil.. XI.N. in Iwl Xonlluili Illinois I iliiirsilx I niiilsilx ul Nistmi-iii I THOMAS E. RYAN I II.X .mil XI,X,Il1lu'1ssli4ml Illliun HOWARD I. SCHLILTE IIA.. NIA. Xullllut-slrlll lliixii tlx I nlivistti ol Nriullu-in C.illluim.i ROBERT SMITH IIN in lil.. NIA in I-l Nnulluiii Illinois liuiillsili slunlxsox ll.us. ul lfnil I5.islei'Ilv.lII .tml Ii.uIt iimilu NVALTER M. WILSON X li t.iimul1l.l1li':t Iin.x-vsiii ul Histtimiiv Iiizirisiri til lluiuieu Npuiusm ol Niiuliiii Ciuiiuzl HELEN I.. WINSLOW IIA. Iliulutiuilii Shirt' lnuln fulltu. I liiiiisitx ot IIN-ui iii hills Klillm Xilxtuii Purge 3-I n 7 G 01 SW lac ing Waferiagi Amid the complexities of todays educational systems :rc iziagiy teaching materials used by the classroom teacher. Elgin is fortunate in having such a wide variety and well-organized staff for this purpose. The resourceful teacher may lean upon the Elgin School Systems radio station, WEPS: an outstanding and well-equipped library: a full range of audio-visual equipment: and sight saving facilities. Study hall super- visors relieve classroom teachers from some study hall assignments, free- ing them for academic classes. ELLISON H. HOKE - Director WEPS-FM Educational System B. Ed. Illinois State Normal University MS. University of Illinois. University of Chicago THOMAS GREEN - Director Elgin Public School Audio-Visual Department BA. State University of Iowa, IVIA. Northwestern University Opposite Page LY Toni Tift at the controls of WEPS-FM-one of the many services provided by our high school. CLARA WILSON - Director of Sight Saving Program, Elgin Public Schools Ph.B. University of Chicago. University of Wisconsiii Illinois State Normal University ETHEL HOAGLUND - Librarian, W. L. Goble Library, Elgin High School B.A. University of Nebraska, lVl.L.S. Rosary College CHARLOTTE C. ANDERSON - Ass't Librarian AB. University of South Dakota ELLEN HACKMAN - Ass't Librarian Ass't Sponsor of Class of 1959 AB. Monmouth College University of Illinois Northern Illinois University NORMA UNDERHILL - Study Hall Supervisor BS. University of Nebraska University of California University of Southern California L. V. ROBINSON - Elgin High School Treasurer BS. Commerce State University of Iowa Page 36 .,,,..-f-' f..-f-fx ,,, g N "ll Q5 V vsfr'-"Q .psgt .V -.ihv ' fi 'L 1' 1Qr0','L ' ' ,' '-'. r! '.-5 1 - - I 'V 34,55 ' -f i 5,31 J. ., ,. 'N Q, V mb. 'li' Q., '- .. . .w-V - 9 ff., J f rs, 'r -if fwgsf li'1'. A K fo, ue' it-Jig' 5 ,S fQJ,'9v5fA :ke Af.-f-f--f', 6 egplf 4 -'U'-'. 1' ' Vigif-5" ' p .QFN4 0' 'J eJA'.'-."- -, W 4 . 1 1" x . .. i b 1lf'fg. ' .- "' "fl - Y,'.fs',i- ' 2 " gg ,. 5 " 8 In .' ,'. ' V' . 3 9' '. X '1' sf' 5' 7 3' 1-655 yi 'fag 'QQ 5 3 1 g 2 'S yi? staff!! ,Gd gl ' Vaio, 4 NR3 'L '9 as in 0 ' 39' cc , ' e jiniad fo 1. f a n 77 Qgllfl gala . . . g..s.g-t'i"k-1-2,1 is""' xl XI ' - f- N1 X " 54 fab IX arf! JN' A .g.'. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS . . if s',.ufSe' z .5138 lav Cjraening. X ice-President 3 3 3 gs ji Pica Henning. Secretary " luclv Imirnphcrth Treasurer Dave Covey. President v The Royal Blue and VVhite Penguins of '59 had a successful and fun-filled senior year. The key to this tremendous success was originality. The year began with an active program of concession sales at the football games. al- though homecoming was the first applica- tion of the '59 motto "VVe Finish To Begin Again." The 59ers sponsored two days of homecoming festivities including an assem- bly. parade. the game. two dances. and a chuck wagon bar-be-que. Mardi Gras. a costume party. was next on the agenda - a '59 first. presented with a true New Orleans flavor. During Easter vacation sixty-eight mem- bers of the class visited Washington. D.C.. accompanied by lXfIr. and Mrs. G. B. Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. VV. Hackman. Sponsors and their spouses. Included in the years events were several unoth ial, ' "9 emphasis on the W. L. Goble Library. ci yet D -sponsored. projects with special Graduation pageantry soon engulfed the fast-moving class and the seniors found themselves enjoying the culmination of a well-spent high school career . . .the class dinner. . . recognition day . . . baccalaureate . . . the prom . . . and graduation. As a graduating gift the Penguins presented the school with a display case for the main hall and a decorative seal. . . this too. has built "Elgin's Tradition." V. ,.. il , 3: SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL I I I xx il.-rm lvdv I :"pb'r' Y 4 .K - AIX K T4 T- ft.i'.'ll:s I..intlt-rs V V .-t-ttzi.l row. Nancv fl.1iiiizg.frt1iei'. lltoiti Crane Tlixtl row: CQ..v Ilaznlzn. Pat Skinner. f'-Lb Ion: Ilexiti Dave Covey I:UllY'll1 row. I'7a.:rli flracltvtt. Denis Atliiiii Q Iiiftlt :mu By. Ili-iinfmi. Klarth.. Xliilzttir. S :idv liflznstozi X 2 Xaiiti' Rust. I..irrv Rita Xlwsiiitl Bill INN' I rrx B " . .t . is. .1 .12 dum. 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Treasurer 3, President 4: E Club 2.3.4 BURCH, RAMON CLIFFORD - Ray Football 2.3.41 XVrestling 2,3: Track 2: E Club 2.3.4 BURROW, WILL H. - Wheel Barrow Band 2.3.41 Bowling 4 BUSCHE, GENE ALLEN - Buzz BUTLER, DONALD F. - Don 'nf' WWI? CLARK KATHERINE PORTER Kathy Pep Club -1 ETA 7 COLLIER LORETTA IOYCE E H A 7 9 P11101 d from Co1Lo11C1 I11lI'101S 1931 COLLIN MICH REL 'VIlkc 91 11111111111 7 COOK 'VIARY CELEBTE Cookn. xxo 111 sb WX COOK PATRICIX ANN Cooklc Era1'1L1'1 C1115 7 A4011 II A 7 3-1 C 111s 1 1 COOPER LINDA LYNN A 7 -1 1 1 p ll C f 17mv111n 1 3 -1 BUTZ, GARY VVILLIANI - Butz Emcrvd from Barrington in 1056 CAHAL, SANDRA - Sandy Boxx'1111g1 13,-1: Orcbvstm 7: G.A.A, 7.3.-1 ,,i CAHILL, IAMES MICHAEL - lim C ARLSON BARBARA ELLEN Barb C A A -4 Ir Rnd Cross 3-1 Bon 11nq 7 Modern Dmac- 2 gpmwh C111b 7 3 CARLSON KAREN RAE BLBXKIIIII 7 3 CARLSTROM DIANE KAY Du. 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XA. 3.-11 ,- S ' COOPER ROBERT OWEN Bob Wrestl1ng 2 COSTA RICA LAURIE IEANNE I Pep Club 34 Girls Club 2 34 Bovxhnq 4 COVEY DAVID CHARLES Cove Clwss Councll Presldent 2 3 4 Student Counul 2 34 Bwse bxll 2 34 Footbull 2 CRANE THOMAS ANDREW Crane Tr uk 2 3 Cross Country 3 Projecnon Club 2 3 4 Wres tlmg 2 Cl1ss Countxl 3 4 CREEL IOEL DEE Cat Trick 2 4 Footbnll 2 B'1sketb1ll 4 WYCSTIIHQ 2 3 Sp'iI'11Sl1 Club 3 CURTIS PATRICIA ANN Patsy Ann Student Council 3 4 FOYCHSICS 3 4 Glrls Club 2 3 4 G A A 34 lVI1rror2 FTA 234 DANEAU MARIORIE KAY Marge Sfl1CliIltCOl1HLll 4 Curls Club 2 3 4 Mlrror 2 3 Co Editor 4 GAA 234 French Club 4 DANIELS SUSAN HARRIETT Sue lVl1rror 2 r A Cippellrn 4 Lwtln Club 2 French Club 34 Pep Club 2 3 4 Glrls Club 2 3 4 DARLING CHRISTOPHER CHARLES Chrxs Tenms 4 GymH1St1CQ 4 Entered from St Lotus MISSOLIFI September 1958 DARNELL ALICE IEANETTE Ace GAA 24 Glrls Club Councxl 2 Cliss P115 3 French Club 4 Vlce Pres1dent 3 Class Councll 3 Cheerlewdmq 4 DATISMAN BONNIE DEVITT THOMAS PHILLIP T Entered from Worth1ngton OhlO 00" ug-'nl M407 vQN P1qe 44 DICE ROBERT WILLIAM Snakccyes Entered from Grind R1p1ds lVl1ch1g1n Februiry 1958 DILLOW DORENE LYNNE Denise Bovxlmg 2 4 Freneh Club 2 3 Mlrror 3 Glrls Club 2 4 DILLOW NORMEN WAYMEN Norm Footb 111 2 3 4 Triek 2 3 DIMICELI SALLY IANE Sal r A Cippella 3 4 Boxxhng 4 Entered from Owk Pmrk Illmoxs Septembe DIVAN LINDA RAE Lxttle One Aeolmn 7 r Red Cross 3 Gxrls Club 3 4 DODGE SANDRA DOROTHY Sandy GAA 7-I PepClub 34 rlaf Y 'lf , -L.. 'Z q-ll ', 9 '-' 4,,' , ,,: ,..f.' 1 .,: 2 1 '- z' ,: . Q ..: .4 :z ', , ,.. c ,C Q 9112: . .1 Q , - ' ,g ,Q . , - ...,,I , - :I. . fx. 1 ,z ,-,S . ,V Y 'T' 11' z'- , - 14.1 e': . - gr 1 rl , , - , , ,.. . K , 1, L , - ,Z N ,: : . 'QS' i 'Heb Alan ' if ' z,,: .'. I ff 1 , ,.. I. C ,: ' . 2. 9 17? , - , t-:l. 2 . , v . Y Q, Q FARRELL ROBERT Bob FARROH LINDA Sr A C1pp1ll1 3 Seeriri x Tri isurnr -I Cirls Club PreS dent -I Stud1ntCoune1l 3 C 'X A 7 3 L inn Club S eret1r 7 Sr Oerci 7 -I FAVRET LUCIENNE HELEN 11 L15 C r111 Cluw Pip Clllb 7 3-I CAA 7 FEUERHAKEN MARY ELLEN Rosa 111111 7 oxxlinq 1 1 3 C1113 Sp I1 l1Cl1b 3 HSCHER BARBARA MERRIE Barb 1 ant Cllllhll 3-I C l l b el 3 Boxx Ill 3-l Klum I ll 7 Sophoiimri DTIITIIIILS FISCHER IOHN CALVIN lank Orebestri 73 Sr A C ippelli -l Cl iss C 11111 1l 3-I Cerin Club 7 Pre xide nt 3 Pup Club 7 3-I 7857 DOSS, IUDITH ANN - Dossie Student Council 3: lr. Red Cross -I: Kwo-11e-she 2.34: 88.1 3: Class Play 3.-I: Girls' Cl11b Council 2, Cabinet 3, Pub- licity Cl111irn111n -I DLIENSING, DONNA MAE Bowling 2.3.-lg Aeoliun 2: lr. A C11ppell11 3 DUER, IEAN LEE - IEANNIE 37" Sr, A Cappella 3.-I: Student Council 3: Kwomc-she 2,3,-I: G.A.A. 2.3.-I: GirlsA Club 2,3.'l EDWARDS DON EGGERSTEDT RITA RAE Boxxlmq 7 X ollub 1ll 7 3 in in Club 7 EMRICH GEORGE Reet CAA 73 Pep Club 3-I Ger wiv? ENOS BRIAN RICHARD Student Couneil 7 3-I Exceiiuxe Couneil 3 -I E Club 2 34 Tr uk 7 3-I B islutb ill 7 3 -I Crow Country 7 3 -I ERBOE LLOYD GORDON F F A 7 3 ERICKSON RICHARD DALE Dlck Proleeuon Cl11b 2 3-I Intr 1m11r1l B1Ql1etb1ll 7 3-I Wrcs tlmg 7 Student Counul -I ERNST BONNIE IEAN Bon Germwn Club 7 3 French Club Tre Nurer -I 'Vlodern Dince 7 Clwss Pl IX 3 G AA 2 Pep Cl11b 2 3-I FABRICK LANE DENNIS Fab Ir1tr1mur1l Bovxlmq 7 Intr11nur1l I31Qketb1ll 7 FACTLY CAROL LYNN Pep Cl11b 7 3 -l GIFIS Club 7 3-I Bowling -I .-.5 If fi. fi' P1qe -IJ . 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A Cappella Secretary 3: F T A 3 -I Student Council -lx Germain Club 2.31 Pep Club 7 3-l GRGURICH, MARIE - Slinky Bowling 2 GRIFFIN, BILL ARNOLD - Griff Football 2.3.-ln Basketball 2.-lx Truck 2 Class Council -I: German Club 2,3 GRISWOLD, IOAN LaVONNE - Io Bowling 2 GRUBER, MARION IEAN - leannic Bowling 2,3,-I: G.A.A. 2.3,-lc Sr. A Cnpp GUSTAFSON DONALD LEE Gus GUSTAESON KAREN MAE S A Cipptlli 3'l Cerinin Club 2 Mirror -I GUTSHALL ROBIN LOUISE Robbie Bowling 2 Modern Dinee 7 Aeoliin 2 Sr A Cippelli HAGELOW ELLEN KATHERYN Ellie Student Couneil 7 Exetutixt Council 3 -I Girls Club Cibinet 3 -I Orehcstm 73 Litin Club 2 Germwn Club -l Seeretiry 3 I-Iometoming Committee Churm in -l HAMEISTER GORDY LEE Ham Eootbwll 2 3 Bwsketbwll 2 HAMILTON SUSAN ALICE Sue Aeoli1n2 r A Cipptlli 3 Bowling 2-1 ENC -I "1-rx Qu--7 naw! HEATH IAMES ROBERT lnm Intramural Biskctball 7 HEIDENREICH ANNA MARIE Ann Gcrmwn Club 2 3 -I Pop Club 3-I Bovslmq 2 3-I Softb all 3 G A A 2 3 -I HELLMUTH KENNETH FRED Ken B md 2 3 -I Orchestrx -I B rscb ull 7 Intrwmurwl Bowlmg 2 3-I Inrr lmurwl Bwskctb ull 7 3 -I HELPER SUSAN CAMPBELL Pep Club 7 3 -I Spwmsh Club 3 HFNNING BEATRICE MARTHA Bea Cheerleadmg 7 3-I Class Sctretwry 3-I GAA 7 -I Presl dent 3 Student Councxl 3 -I Gxrls Club 2 Kuo ne she 3 -I HENRYSON GEORGE R Lltm Club 7 Intrmmurml Basketball 3 -I Gorman Club -I HERNANDEZ IOHN VAL Golf 2 3 -I Baskctbill 7 E Club 3 -I HERRON SANDRA ANN Sandn GAA Representatlvc -I G1rls Club Reprcscntitxve 3 Class Councll Representwtne -I HESSE CHARLES STEWART Chuck Clxss Counul 7 Student Counul 3 B1 cbrll 7 881 3-I I-Iomecommg Churmxn -I Mlrror 3 HICKS PATRICIA ANN at Entered from Wh1te Hull Iflrqb August 1938 HIEBER SHIRLEY KAY Spimsh Club 23 Germmn Club 3-I r A Cappella 3 G A A 2 3 -I B rskctb all 7 3 -I Boxxlmq 7 HIGGINS RICHARD T Hlg Intramural Basketball 7 3 -I Bovxlmg 2 3 -I P :qc -I8 HIRSHBERG GARY ALLEN Hxrsh Football 2 3 -I Swxlmmlng 2 3 -I Baseball 2 -I I: Club 2 3-I Cla s Councll 3 HOEFER EDWIN THEODORE E Fort-ns cs 2 3 88 l -I Lxtm Club 2 Germln Club 3 Clxss Play 3 -I Mxth Club 2 3 HODGSON HILARI H 1 Latm Club 2 Frenth Club 3 Prcsxdent 4 Class PIWV 3 Prom Commlttcc Cburm m 3 Pep Club 2 3-I CIFIQ Club 7 3 -I HOLBROOK MARY ANN FI-IA -I G1rIs Club 3-I HOTH FAYE LUANNE F3ySlC Boxxlmq 7 3 -I G A A Represent mu 7 F I-I A -I HOUDEK GARY NORBERT Gal' Sr A Cippclla 2 3 -I Lwtm Club 7 Cl rss PIM 3 -I Scwnce Club 3 Y "'. in 1 .. 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Cuppt-llu 7: German Club 2.3: Intr.unur.1l Buslxtt ball 7 3'l 4 L., HUMBRACHT LYNN L Mouse lVlxrror 3-I Intrunur ll 3-I HUNBORG WESLEY NORMAN Wes Footb 111 7 3 -I VX rtitllnq 7 3 -l B tub lll Cerrn mn Club 3 IDEN GAYLE LEE Staley Club Class Couuul 7 Germm Club 73 BONKllI1q 7 3-l C A A 7 34 Pep Club 7 3-I IAHN EDITH M Edlc Student Counul 7 Cwerm m Club Se retxrx 2 Xme Prum dent 3 Orpbeitrw 2 -1 PI'C9ldC1'!I 3 Student Dlrettor Mlroon Art Edxtor -1 Cv A A 7 3-I Cxrls Club 2 3-I IEFFERS LOLA A Boxxlmq 7 3-I Sp uusb Club 7 3 IENS MARY ELLEN A 7 ALOlllI1 7 C A TLIIIIIN 7 oxxllnq -I F T C 4 IOERNS EDWARD H VVrestl1nq 7 IOHNSON BETTY IANE BOXKl1I'lQ -I Wir OVYQ P nqe -19 17' IONES, BONNIE IEAN - Ioncsy F.H.A. Vice-Prcsidmit 3, President -l: C.A.A. 2.3.-l: Band 2.3,-li Class Play 3: Pep Club 2.3.-lx liwo-nc-slic 2.3,-I IORDAN, BARBARA - Iordie C.A,A. Representative 2: Bowling 2.3: Pop Club 2.3,-l IOSEPH, BRUCE MERRILL - Iusc Football 2: Intramural Basketball 3,-I ,dsuv IURGENS, DIANE LYNN - Di Class Council 2,3.-lx Sr. A Cappella 3.-l: Frcncb Club 2 President 3: I-Ionicconiing Co-Chairman: Cheerleading -l: Kwo-nc'-she 23,-1 IURS, ROGER MELVIN - Cheeks Cvrnian Club 2: Studvnt Council -l IURS, SALLY ANN - Sal F.H.A. 2.33: Cv.A.A. HI: Girls' Club 2,3 KACHELMLISS, DIANE ROSE - Di Avolian 2: Ir. A Cappclla 3: Girls' Club Council 2: G.A.A. 23,-ls Pcp Club 3,-lx Bowling 2 KADLEC, EDWIN LAWRENCE - Cadd' Y Football 2: VVrQstling 2: Baseball 2: E Club 2.3.-lx Ir. A CippLlli 7 3-I Intrunuril Biskctn ill 2 3-l KAGEL IOHN LOUIS F F A 2 3 KACEL LARRY FRANK gr A C1ppelli23-I KAPPLER BILL L Iohn .31 Cross Countrx 2 3-I Tr IL 7 3 -I B islxctb ill 2 3-I Cc rin in u 5 7 3 i 7 KATZ IANICE RAA Boxxlinq 2 'VE P nqn DO yteim IXEATING IOHN MIKE Toodic Frcngb Club 3 Sp inisb Club -I Intrwmuril B islutb ill 3 -I KELIERMAINN MARY ANN Aeoli in 7 Pep ClLb 7 J 'l Ord astm 3-I Boxxlinq -H RNECHT THOMAS WALTER Tom i r 1 i I lx X Cu in Cluu KOHLHAGEIN ILIDITI-I ANNF Koifcc Vliroon 3 Co Lditor -I Forensic 2 Driinitiw Club Prcsi dent 7 Cirls Clul Counul 3 CAA Reprksvnt C 3 un C :mm I Cl r KOLLING ILIDITH MAE Indy Anolim 7 r A Cwppdli 3 Bidminon 3-I Pep Clul 5-l X o wb 11 J 4 RONEN DAVE ,. 'Q'k-,.:z:': ..:1" C1 l -, : Ii Clul -.3.-li v if Y 5951 2.3.-l: lVl'rro 33: 'I"nnis Almialicr 2.3: 'LQ' l b -l Cvrini l 2 -3 ,il .. J ' . . KH' i1IiX' I 'Q 'Q Pr 1 I i tcc iai man 3 gli, Q ' "L-ZI.. .1.:z' ,zf ,w. 'N I 111 ' a 2. 'lv' ' ,-atv' KONITZKI BARBARA ANN Komt hurllldlnq 7 Sr AC1ppLllx 3-I GAA J Xl., rux dgnt -I Studuu Coumml 7 3 C Lrm n Club 7 GITIN Club 3 KOSTERMAN RICHKRD EUGENE Dutuh nd 73 P LQICILTII -I Fowtl xl' 7 J-I BINQII 3-l Or M KOVW AL DENNIS IAVIES Guppy VK nstlmq 7 3-I KOZUMPLIK IOHN IANIES IACK B1slxLtb1ll7 B IS b1ll7 Buxxl nq KRASNICIK HARRY Cn rm m Club 7 Sp uush Club 3-I KROG BARBARA IEAN Barb Boxxlmq 3 Pap Club KRUSE TED M C Eootb xll 2 3 -I IIRUSEMEIER HENRY LABRIOLA THERESA MARIA Tyss Buxxlmq -I X ollubwll 3 Clrl Club 7 34 LAVIPHERE IUDITH KAY Indy 3-I lms I7 IX CH mrlga -l Cllss Tn asurnr R C os 7 'X1 P I dlm xdnut -1 Stu.r1n1 Commmttu 7 LAMZ IANET RUTH Lamzn Boxxlmq 7 3 Pap Club 7 3-I LANDERS PHYLLIS EVELYIN Phyl nba strl 7 l'l ,X F T p :xx C Jllllkll -I B mlmy 3-l LAUDFR BOB LAYMAN IAQK EDWARD LEETZOW CHARLES LAKE PATRICIA IEAN Pat Frengh Club 73 FTA 23 FHA 7 LAMP IO ANNE MARLENE Ioan ENC 2 3 Spwrueh Club 2 5-I Pop Club 3-I LAMP LET FY SUE Letty Modgrn Dime 23-I M1 or 3-I Frcmh Club 3-I Lwtm Club 2 r A Clppnlli 3 Cvlrls Club 7 3-I P1qeDl C U xl ' A -2 . 2 T. .1 . . .7, 'L'-P 'J'- - 1 - ' -.: Q3 11 ..: ' Bu -.. 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KI' LEISEBERG LINDA LOUISE Blondlc Sp muh Cl11b 7 LEONARD WILLIAM IOHN 1 S 1iI1IC7llHL1l3 FFA 73 Bmnd 2 3-I Intrnuur B It 1lI 7 34 LEUALLEN IULIE ANNE Iuhct o trn Dnntt Cl11 D L q BOXKIIII Rad Cross 3 LEVERENZ IULIANNE L lu nc 'VI tmon S Its Vlmxqer 3 Copx Fdltor -I Clus P111 J Co Ch urm mn -I F N C 3 X ue I-7res1dent -I Curls CI11 C IIHLII 3 Vlodmrn Dan e 3-I Frenub Cl11b 3 X Pro. x1dt nt -I LEVEY IOLENE I Bmd 7 3-I Clrls Club 7 r Red Cross 3 GAA 7 Pep Cltb 7 3-I LEVEY LYNN MARIE L r1n an Club 73 r lusrrx C AA 7 34 Bow 1 7 3-I r Red Cross -I LEWIS ANABEL Peanut Sp nntsb Club 7 3-I Ptp Club 7 lnCl1 III D lntmq 7 LEWIS HOWARD WILLIAM 1 N5 I 7 3-I Cros Countrx 7 3 I Svumnunq 3 Cl 1ss Couml -I Student Counul -I Footb 111 el LIEPITZ CAROLYN ANN Lov Crs Club73'l SrAC1ppell13-I GAA 7'I F C 7 X ut Pre 1d1nt 3 Pre NlCltI'1I -I C1 xxx P111 3-I Mlrror 3-I LIESSMANN IAMES WEBB Im lntr lmur 1l I3 tslxttb Ill 7 3-I Intr umur xl B xdnunton 7 LIND MARCIA LOU Student Counul 7 Tn xsurer 3 Senrctm 5 -I 68 I 3 Scare txrx Tre xsurcr 7 C AA 73 LINDER RICHARD LEE Cas Cl me Counul 3 Student Counul -I Lxtm Club 2 3 Ir Red Cross 2 Orgmlst for bwlxetbill q1meQ 'Cr 4? O!! '33 JHYU' Page 52 1-f f LINDORFER IUDITH LORRAINE Iudy Boxxhnq 3 4 LOBBEN RUTH ANN Cook1c LOGAN MARGARET IANE Peggy G A A Representanxe 2 3 Sp 1n1sh Club 3 Student COLIFICII Pltx 3 Pep Club 7 3-I LOWE LAWRENCE DAVID Band 73 Xue Premdent -I Fremb Club 7 Intrtmurnl B Nltatb ull 7 Orubestra 3 LUDWIG KARL MICHAEL Lud Football 2.3: Germdn Club 3: E Club 3.-I: VVrestl1ng 2, lntrimuril B'1slietb'1ll 2,3-I LUKAS, INGRID - Ing Bnslietbnll 2.3: Buclminton 2.3: Yolleybnll 2: Ping Pong 2.3 IVIENGLER BARBARA ANN Barb Kuo ne she 7 3-I MENGLER IUDITH ANN Iudle Bind 2 3-I Modern Dmtt 23-1 GAA 7 3-I Clms Coun L MENSIK DOROTHY EVELYN Dottxc G1rls Club 7 -I Coun 1l 3 C AA 2 3-l METZGER KAREN MAXENE Entered from Hou wrden low 1 MEYER IOSEPH CHARLES IOE Student Counul J MEYER VINCENT VICTOR Vmc Intrlmuril Boulmg 7 3 Intramural Baslxetbill 2 3-1 MAAS IERRY RAY x nb 111 ntr 11111 1l B nl-tttlw ull 7 3-1 Fuutlv ull m 1qtr 7 Cu rm an Club 7 MARLOW WILLIAM ROBERT B11 Nl 1th Club 7 I. N111 Clulv 7 CL rm 111 Clulw 3 -I MARSHALL BOB Marshmallow otlw Ill 7 7-I IS 1 7 -I I' C 1 X Irtxtl111y2 MARTIN BOBBYE IEANNE Robut BOXKIIHQ 7 J -I Aeol1 111 7 r A C1ppel Pep Club 7 J MARTIN WILLIAM KERN 1 Iznttred from Phoerux Umon I-I1qh Sthool Stptunbtr 1931 MARVIN TOM N Shortv MAY BARBARA ALLYN Barbne MCDONALD DENNIS PAUL Ro VK resthng 2 Sr A Cippelli 7 3 -I F I: A 3 MCGRAW IERRY EDWARD Muggs Student CounC1l 3 Intrimuril Bwsltetbill 2 3 -I MCGRAW IUDY DEE D c Dee Ixxxo ne she 2 3-I Cl mi Counul 2 AC'll1lI1 2 G A A 3 4 Reprcientwtue 2 Pep Club 7 3-I Arthery -I McKELVEY NANCY IEAN Narp ...ay Aeoh 1n 7 Sr A C1ppell1 3 -I MEISSNER BERND ARNO Tntz Paqe 53 Butz ' . 2.3.-I: I . lr. .. " 1 -, . : . AI. - , ' - .I HA' F., 1 '-.'. 1 Bit-11111 -, 1 1 1111 +1 N TI ' t 1 'V 'I X -.'.: 1 -1 I .- 1 -1.133 ..." 4 - B'll -- 5 C:.A.A. Representative F,N.C. 2: Girls' Club Council 2 , , - ll 1 '- C ' W ,I I -F fx F .. , If 51 n wi3 3 , , . C v . , . . . -y . . K., ' MILLER GLORYANN - Glory G.A.A. 3 MILLER KEITH ARLEN - Specs Footbwll 2: VVrestling 2: Industriwl Arts Club 2,3 MILLER IO LINNEA - MISCHKE IANET LEE Ian German Club 2 3 -I Boxxlm 2 3 -I Orchestra 2 F T C 3 -I Q Pep Club 7 3 -I MITTER ERRY LEE Matt I Footbwll 2 3 -I VVrestl1nq 2 3 -l Trick 2 3 -I Sr A Cwppellx 23-I E Club 23-I MOCLER ROBERT WAYNE MOLITOR MARTHA Marty Student Counul 2 -I Excrutne Councll 3 Modern Dunn 23-I Cl rss Counul -l Mlrror 23 Co Echtor -l Freneh Club 3-I Lxtm Club 2 MOORE IACQUELYN LU Iacknc Bovxlmq 2 Gxrls Club Counul 3 r A Clppcllw 3 Aeohm 3Sr A Cmppellx -I ENC 2 3-I MORENO MARY HELEN Entered from Pirsons I-hgh School Kwnsws MOREY MARVEL MARIE MORRISON VIRGINIA MARIE Gmny Boxxlmg 2 3 -I , I0 1 , . " K -1 ' .V " 1 l . 2 1 1 'z MORTELLARO, ION DENNIS - Mort German Club 3 , Ji Y - ' Fo2-..:l ,,:8.l3.-I: .. X K , , r A ' I. :I ' """""'xl P qe 5-I MOSER PATRICIA ANN G1rls Club Councxl 3 G A A 7 3 -1 MUNTZ DAVID FRAZIER Brewster otb1ll'73-I I' Club 23-I 8 Lmn Club 2 3 NAGEL SANDRA LEE Sandy Pep Club -I Bgxxhnq -I Glrls Club -I Wrestllntq 2 3-I NELSON ANTHONY ASA Tony Orchestri 3-I Sr Class P113 -I Ger uwn Club -I Entered from Peorxa H1qh School September 1991 NELSON MARY MARGARET FHA 2 3 Boxklmq 2 3-I Pep Club 3-I Lltln Club 3 NITZ THOMAS LEE Tom Cross Countrx 3 r Red Cross 3 I1 If PEABODY CHARLES WINROTT Chunk VXrQ9tl111g 7 3-l r Rod Cross 3 Sp1111sl1 Club 73 Pro 1cLt1o11 Club -I PEASE MARY IO I GAA 7 3-I Curls Cl 1b CO1111 1l 7 A1ol1 1 7 Lwtm lub 3 Sr A C'1ppLll1 3 -I PETERSDORF DARLENE MA CAA 73-I Boxlmq Pep Club 3-I Acol1111 7 PETERSON DAN Pct. PETERSON IAMES BRIAN Pctc PETERSEN RAYMOND M Pac Ccmr m Club 7 3 Cl 1sQ Coun 1l 7 Dar 1ppmll1 3 FH A GU' I-61:51 wtf' NORTHCUTT ARNOLD HENRY Armc ul B IQ 7 O BRIEN WIYRNA LOUISE Myrn 1 1111 CU1111 1l 7 C Cvunul 3-l W on usmnx Cb 11r111 111 ODELL ALAIN IXENT Dlggcr ml 11w l11tr1111ur1l Boxx1 1 7 1111r 1l o ax W1 111111'1l B nl OLVINK IEAN LINDA Wh tn A A 7 BOXKllIIl 7 3-l Pup Clllli -I OSMUN IOHN RICHARD Ozz Footb 1ll 7 J OTTE ROBFRT FRANK Bob url T 1 7 OWEN KATHLEEN LOUISE Kath PALOCHKO DOLORES ANN Du: Ollll 7 Boxxlmy 7-l ep C11b 7-l mlurx 3 1111r1to11 3 r Rnd Cross -l PAPACEK CLIFFORD ANN Pdppy Sr A C1ppLll1 7 lN'l1rror 3-l Cum 111 Club 7 lllffllllllfll BOXKIIIIQ 7 PARKER FLOYD CJ Icrry F F A 7 3 PARRY IEANNE ELLEN Inannlc lxxxo 111 she 7 3 -I G A A 7 9 -I Clrle Cl11b 7 3 Counul 4 Pep Club 7 3 -I PAUL SHELLY Shelly G1rlQ Club Coungl 3 OFLDCSLTI 7 3-l Pgp Club 3 lr Rcd Cross 3 Fnmh Cl11b 7 G 'X A 7 11.1110 55 L311."1.1ll 2:ll11tr.111111r.1l ,lictbzlll ES,-I ki Sud" A C -1 lass -1 " . : Gcr111.111 Cllll 13. . 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A Cs Xa 1 . .1.2.3: 1- 1: -.: 2 ,',, C - PFLAUM NICHOLAS CHARLES Nnek Forenius 3 Pep Club 3 Sxxununnq -l Trulx -l PFLUGER BERNICE DORO I'HY Bermc Intrunurxl Sports 3 Boulmg -I Entered from Arlington Helghts I-hgh Sehool Sept l9D1 PHILLIPS RAEANN MARIE Rae Argherx 2 Boulmq 3-I FHA 3 Vue Prcsndtnt 4 Pap Club 2 3-I CAA 234 PIERSON SARAH ANN Sap Clubs COL1UL1l3 Surttary 2 G1rls Club Seeretlrx 2 Yue Premdent 3 Bmd '73 Trexsurer -I Orcbestrw -1 Lltn Club2 CAA 23-1 PILCHER VALERIE KAY Va Frengh Club 3-l r Red Crosb 2'l Cnrls Club 23-1 Boxxhng 2 PLAGGE CAROL LYNNE Clrls Club Counul 7 r Red Crow 2 3 Cerm an Club 2 3 Frengh Club -l PNC 2 Vue Pre sldent 3 Pre Qxdz nt -1 POWERS LARRY H Pousc Crow Country 2 3 Bislxetbill 2 34 B lseb 111 2 3 -l E Club 3-l Cllss Counul 7 POZIEMSKI IOSEPH IOHN Ioe Footblll 2 3 -I Bisebill 2 3 -I E Club 3 4 Cliw Councxl 3 PREISS CYNTHIA EUNICE Snuss be rm ln Club 3 -l B lslxetbill 7 3 -l Amhe ry 2 3 -l Tennls 73-I B1szbxll23-I GAA Reprwentluxe 3-I PRIGGE G WAYNE Entered from St Edu wrds Hlgh September 1031 PRINCE LYNDA YVONNE Lynn Tennm -I Girls Club -I Entered from West Chu lqo Se ptember 1936 QUAYLE ROBERT HARWOOD Bob Footbwll 2 3 -l Svummmg 2 3 -I Tenms 2 3 4 Prom Com m1ttee Cheurm in 3 Class Plu 3 E Club 3 -l Page 56 RADDATZ FRED WESLY Dude VVreStl1ng 3-l Intrwmurwl Bwsketbwll 2 Intrimuril Hind b1l1234 RADLOFF DAVID ALAN Dave Sp lnlsb Club 2 RAFF CAROL SUE SUSIE Frenth Club23 FHA 234 CAA 23 C1rl9 Club 234 Pap Club 2 3-l RAKOW KATHLEEN SUE Rake RAMOS LEONOR Spnnlsh Club 3: F.H.A, -l Entered from George Yvusbington High School RAMSEY, ANNA FAY - Ann Mirror 3 ROBBINS GAYLE LOUISE Bu-ky ROCKENSOCK LARRY GENE Rotky RODHOLM DONALD NAGEL Rod Intr lmurll B xskt tb 1ll 7 3 ROESKE SANDRA L Provun. BOVNIIIIQ 2 Xollexball 7 9 Ar herx -l ROHLWING KENNETH A ROHRSSEN GERALD CLARK Rohrss Footb ill 2 Student Countxl 7 RANALLO DONNA IANE B mlmq 7 3 -I RANK E IOHN R Rmktts 1 lx 73 Intrnnurxl B xx I RANKIN PATRICIA IOAN at REESE IOANNE LOUISE I G A A 2 3 -I F H A 4 REILLY SHARON LYNNE Shern GAA 3 -l G1rl5 Club Rtprtstntitnt 3 G1rl5 Club Cubx ntt -1 Student Coun ll -l C xpt nn of IVI llorette Suu ld 7 3 -I REIMER DALE EDWIN S cds REINLEIN RUTH ANN Boxx lmq 7 RENOUF PATRICIA ANN a Kuo nc She 2 3-l Sr A C1pptll13-l Clms P115 3 Fra-nth Club 3 Lltln Club 2 Bowling 2 3 RICE NANCY KAREN Nan C1rls Club 7 3 Countxl -I r Red Cross 3 Clms Pl ny 3 L1tmClub2 r AC1pptll13 CAA 23-I RICH LAWRENCE W Larry Paqe 51 CINS Councll -l Xue Prasldtnt 2 3 Student Counul 7 Comm1ssxon Co tbnrm H1 -I Clwss P115 2 3 -l E Club 2 3 -I Forenmts 2 Latm Club 2 RILEY BEVERLY KAY Bcvy Kay Pep Club 23 GAA 73 RILEY HOBART HENRY Hoble Crosi Country 3 -I Truk 2 3 -I pda' "if ROSBOROUGH FRANK WILLIAM Frank Football 2 3 4 Bwaketball 2 34 Bisebill 2 3 4 E Club 2 3 -I ROSENTHAL IEANNINE KATHERINA Nccn Bind 2 3 4 CINS Councnl 3 Pep Club 2 G1rls Club Repre sent'1t1ve 3 Bovnlmg 2 ROSS DARLENE FAY Dar Clww Pl xy 3 Glrls Club Counul 2 ROVELSTAD RONALD C Rover Intrumuril Bwsketbwll 2 3 4 RULLMAN ROBERT IRVING Bob Wrestlnng 3 4 Drum M uor 3 4 Sclence Club 3 RUST NANCY IEAN Nan B'1nd 2 3 4 Cl ms P113 3 C1159 Counc1l4 GIFIS Club 2 3 4 Lwtm Club 2 Orchestrw 4 RYERSON IOHN ALBERT Sr A C appella 2 3 Presldent 4 Student COUHCII 3 4 Foot bull 2 3 4 Svummmg 2 3 4 Tenms 2 3 4 E Club 3 4 SAINDON LOUISE ANN SALTER RAYMOND CHARLES Ray SCHABERT DENNIS MAURICE Stubby Germin Club 3 Intrimuml Bisketbwll 2 3 4 SCHLOEMER RONALD F Gene Intrwmurwl Bmsketbwll 3 SCHMEER KURT PAUL BUTCH Pwqe 58 4-w""' SCHMIDT KAREN MAE Schmldty Band 2 3 4 Germin Club 2 3 Boxxllng 2 3 4 Modern Dinge 2 Pep Club 2 3 4 SCHMIDT LINDA LOU German Club 2 3 Grrle Club 2 34 SCHMIDT MARGARET MARY Pcq Orchestra 2 Glrls Club 2 34 SCHRAMM ROGER L Mmg Footbill 3 4 E Club 4 Entered from Auld 1 Hgh AFLNICIIH C1l1forn11 SCHRAMM SALLY ANN Tafii Boxxlmg 7 3 4 G A A 7 3 4 Pep Club 7 3 4 Cl1sS Councxl 3 Sp1n1sh Club 2 Gxrls Club Counml 4 QCHRIEBER DIANNA KAY Dnana , ... .,2f' ,.Cr 1 v,C 1, g ' , -1, J 2 .,:1., 5 5 . - ' pf' 2 " , l.. .U 2 :'. 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I SORENSEN MARY IOY Bowling 23-I Litin Club 2 ENC 734 P p Cluv 3 CAA 234 SPARROW ELAINE IUNE Birdie SPONHOLTZ WILLIAM C Spon Sr A Cippelli 3-I r A Cippelli 7 Cl ss Council 24 Tr uk 2 -l Cross Country 2 Student Countil Pl ig 3 STADE CHARLES A Horse Cross Country 3 -l Wrestling 7 3-I Tr itlx 7 3-l STAMBAZZE DEE ANN Dec Bind 2 3 Pep Club -l Spwnish Club 7 Bowling 2 3 STARRETT THOMAS ALLEN Stanley B isketb ill 2 Intr imur il B islme tb ill 3-1 Tr uk 7 3-1 Cross Countrk 73 I' Club 3-l STEFFES MARY ANN Mary B iske tb ill 2 3-1 Tennis 2 Bowling 7 X ollqb ill 3 STEMWEDEL EUGENE ELMER Guia Sp inish Club 3 Intramuril Bowling 3 lntr unur il Bwlxetbnll 3 Big Timber Dinar 34 STETTNER ROGER IOSEPH Stgtt 88 l 7 3 -l Garmin Club 3-l Mith Club 7 STEVENS SYLVIA IOAN S Sr ACippelli 3-l GAA 73'l FTNC 7 Bowling 34 Sp inish Club 2 3 STEWART CHARLES CAMERON 0 Mwroon Business Mwniger 3, Co-editor -lx Student CouncIl 2: Cerinwn Club 2.3.-lx 88.1 2.3: Big Timber Dimmers 2,3,-l: Cliss Pliy -l STEWART DAVID DREW lntrimural Bisketbill 2,3 4: Bowling 2.-lx Wrestling 4: Trick -I PM .MN -nw! 'mr-9' Page 60 s-'Q' STEWART DEANNA DELL - Dee Mirror 3, Pigs' Editor -l: Cirls' Club 2,3,-l STEWART PAUL STEPHEN - Steve STIKKERS WAYNE ROGER STILLWELL, WILLIAM LEE - Bill Football 2.3: Track 2.3 STINSON, ROBERTA LEE -- Bobbie Modern Dance 21 Cv.A.A. 2: Cvirls' Club 3 STONEKING, DAVID LE VERNE - Dave Entered from South Broward High. Holly September 2, 1958 it ,,,.., ,,4,.,wa,3,,,twa wood, Florida "3 64' -49" arf' TEYLER CLARENCE TEYLER DAVE GEE Dave THIEL IAVIES R Iam THIEL ROBERT C Frog ln ramur al Basketball 3-l VX rtstlanq 3-l THIES SANDRA LEE Sandy Boulmq 7 -1 Aeola an 7 Pcp Club 7 3-l THOMPSON HENRY DON Don Tr atl-Q Page 61 STOWELL DAVID A Stoll F ntl all 7 VX rtstlma 7 Spanxxh Club 3 STOWELL IANET LOES lan l'3uxxl1nI 7 a C trm an Club 3-I Studt nt Countll -l STRAKA CHARMAYNE ANN Char Ortbtxtr a C a lr Crux 3 Stucltnt Countll -I Sp amxh Club 7 STUDT IERRY MICHAEL SUTTON DAVE ST CLAIR Wally NVrcstlmq Nl an agcr 73 Tragla Nl an aqc Marror 3-1 Stavmc Club 3 SVVAINSON RALPH VALDO SWBIIIS Cl ass Pl ax 3-1 lntr amur ll B aslxctb all 7 TAFT O BOWEN Eutcrcd from AuQt1n Hagh SLhool February l 1938 TARNAWSKI IULIA KATHERINE Iulxe Garls Club Counul 2 -I Student Counul 4 G A A Tenms TARNOW PHYLLIS SHARON Phyl Acolaaan 7 r A Cappella 3 Boxxlanq 234 Garli Club 2 3 4 Cv A A 7 3 -I TEAS MARY HELEN TENNANT THOMAS CHARLES WTCSIl1HCl 7 3-l Clisn COL1I1L1l 3 L atm Club 2 lntramural Baslxttb all 2 3-l Basebill 7 3 TERRY CHARLES CORDON Chuck 17 tat at V -1 ' ' . 4 7 S ' t'-.'1 3a . -.:. 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' ' 1. 1 - Af A .','x.zz .-.z zE'.'zelr'Z.3: ' ,J K ' ill' . : . 4 zl - 5 8. f' , . - Bo - 2,3,-ln Modern Dance Spanish Club 2,35 Clasn I-7l'ay 2,3,-1 " -:l. 2 2: 7- , v 7 "' af ' F ,wa 5- my I I THOMPSON MARIORIE ANN Marge F H A 7 2 TISON DWAYNE BERTIS Txse 1-ootb1112 3-1 E Club 3-1 r A C1ppell173 TREON IOANNE ILENE I Clrls Club 2 3-1 C A A 2 -1 Splmsb Club 2 3 Btmlmq 2 -1 Pap Club 2 TRUMBO DAVID CHARLES Dave C1 xss COLlllL112 Footb11l2 13 web all 2 3 Intr 1mur1l B lglxlf 1 3 TUCKER WILLIAM E B111 TURNER IANICE ANNE I n 1V1oCltrn D une 2 Bovwlmq -1 TURNER LYNNE MARGARET Indl m Demcmq 2 Modern Dinge 2 Boxxlmq -1 TWEED CAROL IANE Tvutdnt Red Cross 2 3 Seeretary Cxrls Club 7 3-1 Germwn Club 7 3 Chee Counul -1 Class Plix 3 Pep Club 2 3 -1 UFLAND FRED LEE U B md 7 3 VAN WAMBEKE IOEL GLEN Bmd 73-1 Wrestling -1 VECCHIO BARRY CHARLES C xss P1 IX 3 -1 Eootb 111 2 3-1 E Club 7 3-1 B web 111 2 -1 13 mslxttb 111 M in iqer 2 Wrestltnq 3 -1 VIERLIING IULY ANN M0111 Qhe 34 FAA H Spumsh Cll113 34 1 R111 --'F' Cross 3-1 Boxxlmq 3-1 Ni Entt rtcl f1OIT1 St Eclxx xrd Hnqb September 2 1931 P xqt 62 ""Nq VOLLMAN FREDRICK RALPH Fritz Cllss Pln 3-1 Eoxxllng 73 VOLLMAN RITA RAE Rott SfL1C19I11fCO111'1Q11 7 Cmrls Club 2-1 Counul 3 Baud 3 Setretiq -1 Fremb Club 3 Setretxrx -1 Orebestra 3-1 L tm Club 7 VOLPP GEORCIA DANA Ceorgt 1V11rror 3 von HOLWEDE HILDA RUTH Germ m Club X ue Pres dent 3 Presxclent -1 C A A -1 tret xrx 7 3 lxss L11I1L1l 7 -1 lrls Club ountll C lblI1Ll -1 Sr A C xppelln 3-1 Qteermq COIHIHIIILC VVALTERS TED CLARK Football -1 Bwsketball -1 Fntertcl from Thom 19 Eclxson 1-11qb gtpttmber 3 19358 WARNER ROBERT A Bob , ... 4 Y 1 ' 2 ,,: ,:I. 1 1 -. , - 0 A 1 Q L i 1 , - " 1 1 Iifi .I 1 1 Q."- H1111 , .- if 1 - a K ' ' 1 ' 1 " b ,Lgy,W:"'. ,Aj W , 63 rf: '1 1 ' 1 1 ' : V ' ,i vu1.x, "1'2: " -..z 1 -,: 11. 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WILKINSON CAROL AININE Willie WITT IERRY C FFA 73 WRIGHT IUDY lu Boxxliuq 7 J YUSULOGLU YALCIN Yalnh Studn nt Counul -l XX rn stlinq -l Forciqn Eubinge studint f oi Turku ZARANKA IOHN PHILLIP Bowling 7 ZOCHOLL CARL Biilxerb ill 7 Foutb ill 3-l Sruduit Coungi 7 Clue 5 -l Corn in Club 7 Bind 5 Orgbwtri 7 3 WEISINGER IANET MAY Modern Din L Prmicl nt 7 -l X iw Pm Qiclcnt 3 G A A 3 -I Pep Club 7 3 -I Tumbliuy 7 3-l M uorntn 3-I VVELLNITZ ERNA MARIE Ernlc Gcrmm Club 2. Cirl, Clul 2.3 -l C AA 2 3-l Bovilinq 2 VVENDLER DOROTHY LEE Dari GAA 73-I Fl'IA7lr ACippcll13 Sr AC1ppell14 Girls Club -I Spinish Club 3 WENDLER IOHN ALAN Bind 7 3 Intmmurwl Bislxetbwll 2 3 -l WERRBACH GERRY L Spgcdie Mith Club 2 Pre iclent 3 P A Aunouuner 23-1 is lxetbwll -l WHITE LOUIS THOMAS Whitey r A Cippelli 3 WIESE CONSTANCE RAE Connie Boxxlinq 7 3-I lVlodcrn D unc 7 3 I: I'I A 3 SCCFULIFS -I Pep Club 7 3 Dmm mu Clul 7 C A A 2 3 -I WILKINS CAROL D Willie Acoli in 7 Cirlx Club 2 9 -l Pap Club 34 Piqe 63 , . 4 . . 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LEETZOW, GORDON VAN WAMBEKE, ION DEVER, DAVID MARSH, RICHARD VOSE, BARBARA GRAY, WALTER MCCREARY, NORMA IEAN WATTS, GENEVA 4' HARTMAN, IOHN NYARI, ROBERT WILLIAMS, DAVID ZOELLICK, SANDRA MARIE - Sis IAKEWAY, HOWARD OEARRELL, TERRANCE Awhan 2: Modem Dum 2: Affhcfi sgl'li8l"l'lClti0lflCL! Z-z'0fAQI"AO0J pl"0lfl'l0fQJ gflgd ALQ 'mia 'I'.it.I' man mil' 5QQen- wotwuis I . , B 'fl fps' , st-S.Lx.u LATIN CLUB OFFICERS GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS tcoiinter clockwise - bottom left! Pat Lea. President: lleft to right! Sue Bowman: Hilda von l'lOlwede, President: Nancy Rees. Muff Tobin, Patti VVright Mary Vtfolff. Pat Black f 1 W S U! Clubs sponsored by the Language Department include the Latin, French, German. and Spanish Organizations. Each club is designed to acquaint its members, the students of each respective lan- guage. with the customs and traditions of that language or country. In early December the combined Organizations presented "World-Wide Christmas". a pro- gram of song and dance. The clubs also sang Christmas carols in Fountain Square during the festive season. Mr. Kahl Lehr presented a program of interest to Students of all four clubs, Showing his Slides taken while he was an exchange teacher in Europe. Another informative program was given bv Carolyn Cvromer, a guide at the Brussels VVorld's Fair. SPANISH CLUB FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS tleft to right! Dick Ben, llelt to right! Rita Vollman, Secretary: lulie Leverenz, Vice-President: lVlarsh.I Seiule. Penny MLIIIIZ Hilari Hodgson, President: Bonnie Ernst, Treasurer I 4 gg: L. t wt I.I.A I, ui ...til- 'U' I 1 X mi- t I ABM--N 2 .....-- aw," LA Liu. I I A va.-A v XX EP ,, A L. .,'J -.4 51-... JMU NIYWI' 1,:f.9J-6-MUINQ H A 1x '1"1 nucnum 111.1 :nu um- .v-u..u ' oumnafn-1' 41 I 1,1 .11 'Q wanna..- ,1 'A 1151 ,V wx x WN 1 'QL 111 1XX'1'xX1s19i A ' A 1 A . 5711 Q11 Q., 1 -- 5, i, 1111-9'11g"'g ' 1 " N '11 514. 5 2 f 1 . 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George Abbott Sue Adams Iohn Adamson George Ahlgrim Therme Ahrens Alison Aikm Marcia Alexander Madonna Alford Wallace Allen lack Alltop Ed Alm Ierri Andersen Andrea Anderson Carol Anderson Eric Anderson Gerry Anderson Phil Anderson Tom Anderson B111 Archer Tony Argento Ronald Aromi Terry Backus Donna Baker Gary Baker Iudy Baker Rosle Baker Tom Ballard Page 67 Sally Banvu art Mari El Barckley im Barnes Myron Bauer Don Bauman Richard Baumann udy Baumgartner Ken Baumgartner Terry Baxter Diane Behrens Carole Belimow Bob Beith Carla Bell Ion Bell Carol Belt: Lynda Benicke Marcia Benicke Richard Bennett Donna Bennorth Linda Benter Suzi Berman Marsha Bernstein Linda Berton Mary Beu Norman Beu Ion Beuchat ludy Beuchat Gloria Bierman uniorfi confinue wor in Lauralee Ackmann l I , 1 jar fde aucceaa ffm? efure Barbara Burren ome Burren Gorden Burstem Stuart Busse Noel Butler Russel Butz Doris lean Carqill Cris Carlson Dick Cartwright oey Catton line Cavitt Don Centanni Donna Chepergi Nancy Chlslett im Christiensen Donna Claire Larry Clark Lloyd Cohen 0 Coleman Carol Collier Mary Collin o Ann Condill Paulette Condos Craig Conn Bruce Cook Ed Cook Bonnie Cork Glen Cork Pat Black Paulette Blaha Carol Ann Blume Henry Bock Cvorden Bode Karen Boelke Larry Bognar lerry Boose Pat Booth Diane Boren Bonnie Boundy Corden Bourke Sue Bowman Alfred Braden Carol Bradley Richard Bradley anis Brandes Eugene Braun Pat Briggs Gloria Broadnax Paul Broecker Bob Broeker Indy Bross Ken Broun William Brown ackie Brustle Don Bryant Karen Bumsted 5 'ev 00 -pi "vu '09 it Page 68 -4 .. ji Bill Crimer Connie Cr inier lim Criniq in Bob Culx t r Thomw Curlt X B irh tri D inner P it D inner Dick D irntll Pennx Ditism Fred Diuel Stexe Dium Dennis Dixis P1ulDclVloi1l1n Fddy Dt nk Colleen Ann Dtxertll Shirlty Ann Dnckholf Mich iel Diekm in lxirren Dingel Rmdx Dohertx Lirrw Dorm ildt lxent Duemnq lxithleen Dumprofl Dennis Dunton Glori 1 Dvxy er errx Eidler ludx Ebert Al in Fck XJR ' 5" X532 fy 4 afv I fix 175 f JGWQQNE W 5iQ',,,, A RQ: :sim i 'i --5' ,..-1 sw Q f fi ct .. 9 fXm.: aw' ' fl Jie 'O' -at in L2 7 n,-I All ,ip as ,ar-. dl' 'X-.- .,. 123.1- M . , 4 . :.,.A .,.:. , .Zigi V 7 4 , z e-5. 7627 . 5.51 ,lv , ' ,,., X ,, -.f 5 ,ii Vi - :V ,gi 532 ff' , ..., V,, V ,J I ... we-Us.1'.Z. -, ,,', sz W . 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'. l. 1 l5COU0l'U'lg new lflfefefftif Pat Hjort Barbara Hobart Bonme Hodel Bette Hodges Carl Hoffman Charles Hoffman Charles Hoke Dave Holland Ion Holtz Paul Holtz Tom Holzman Larry Hopkms Clark Horvath Iames Hovwerton Arne Huber Elxzabeth Huber George Hubert Pam Hudgens Monty Hundley Dennxs Hurley Dave Huske Terry Hynous Anme lsxbue Kathryn Jacobson Iune Iensen L1nda Iensen Sally Iensen Margaret Iohn Carol Iohns Brlan Iohnson Laura Iohnson Marxe Iohnson Rlchard Iohnson lo Iohnston Mercedes Iones Sandy Iurs Bonn1e Kadow Lee Kane Eva Kasparek Luella Kavua Kathleen Keatm Dave Keeker Karen Keller B111 Kempfert Katherme Kennedy Iudy Kenyon Denn1s Kerchal B111 Kerchenfaut D1ane Kerlm Don Kerlm Paula Kesner Ioyce Kxdwell Charles Klel Larry Kxenlen Iucly Km Kathy Kmg ludy Laseman loe Leetzoyx Rmhard Leltner Lance Lemv1g Roger Lenart Sally Leltner Bob Leach M mon Leopold Diane Llek Lo s Lloyd Barbara Logan Iudy Lohbauer Dlck Lose Iudy Loye Lyn Ludyug Mary Ann Lullle erry Mach 1m Mansfield Chuck Mapes Ioe Marquxs Pat Marshall Don Martm Merrxlee Mason Chen Massa Norman Mayell Carolyn L McCarthy Cathy McCracken Walt McCurdy A240!fl,f COUFLJQ Kent Kung Bxll Klnsmger Barbara Klrk Pam Kirkland Susxe Knsselburg Mary Klauuhn 1m Knaak Polly Kobel Dave Kochls VlCkl Kolberg Leon Kolode Karen Kornman ody KOSChH1CK Delores Koteles Curtis Koyy alskl Lveorge Kramer Pat Krunfus Karen Kuehl Harold Kummet Bonme Kunos Stephame Kunz Darlene Kuschxmr Carla Ladwlg Carol Lagerstrom Norman Landweh Herb Lange Sandra Lake 1' U1 Q O K C C I l, . 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Q L , Page 72 ncouering Aiclafen fadnfri Prentice McGhee Ken McGhie Melody McMahon Nancy Meaker Susan Meaker Bob Meglin lerry Meier Mary Meldau Darlene Meller lean Mellin Iudy Mensching Charles Mensik Yvonne Meskell Donald Meyer Larry Meyer Linda Meyer Louie Mezzano Mary Miazga Pat Michalek Georgiana Michola Linda Millen Bob Mlller Carolme Mlller Lowell M ller Ruth Ann Mlller Bonnle Mltchell G ry Molner Verla MOTYIS S ,nv ,flu Page 73 Ron Mortensen Pat Mousley Robert Mueller Ruth Muxrhead Nancy Muno Penny Muntz Tom Muslal Iamce Nelson Peggy Nelson Peter Nelson Sedelle Nelson Pat Nerge Ioan Neuschwang Dave Nxcholson Iaruce N1nneman Marla N1nos Mary Ann Northcutt Lynn Olesen Ianet Olsen Davld Olson lxrn O Malley Sandra O Malley Karen Opella Roger Orkfrxtz Hilda Oflfl Gordon Orton Barb Oser Mary Kay Osmun Bob Read Scott Reason Barbara Reber Sally Reeser Lynn Regenburg Carolyn Renwick Mary Reuter Bob Richardson Ed Richardson lim Ricketts George Rieckhoff Marty Rifken Bonnie Riley Susan Roberts Kathleen Robertson Bill Robinson Clive Robertson Delores Roecker Tom Rohr Mary Ross Shirley Ross Gorden Roth Stan Rovelstad Betty Io Row Cis Rubenstein Charles Rudolph Bob Ruhl Carole Sanders Kathy Paar Eddie Palm Iudy Panella Linda Panosh Deanne Parke Dave Patr1ck Frances Pearce Diane Pestillo Carol Petersdorf Sandy Peterson Io Ann Petitgout Dick Pflederer Shirley Pluss Donna Porter Larry Prescott Dave Price Billie Prochnow Sharon Prouty Bonnie Puffpatf Ieanette Quandt Mary Quayle Iudy Rakow Tom Rakow Diane Rakowski Io Ann Rame Rod Rasmussen Mike Rea Page 74 friuing or loer ecfion Diane Partridge . Y. Cl,l'ltA0l'5 AGU? Uelltblfe Sally Sanders Drck Santee Ann Schartou Ianet Sayre Sandy Schabert Dave Schaefer Sue Schenet Sandy Schnck Lu Ann Schmlcker Al Schmldt Gary Schmldt Io Ann Schmldt Karen Schmxdt Larry Schmldt Ioyce Schaeffer Margo Schoonhov Carol Schrepfer Sandn Schubbe 1m Schurter Carl Scott Iudy Scott Tom Scott Gerry Seqer Marsha Se1gle Fred Shayler Susan Shearer Carole Shelby Allan Shelton 1' Q..-, It 'J' Denms Shme Fred Sreroslaw sk1 B111 Sxers Raymond Slevert Vzrgmza Sllagy Dennls Smnett Pat Sxsk Bob Sleeman Iamce Small Barbara Smlth Iudy Smlth Lmda Smlth Tom Smlth Rxchelle Smlthberq Mldge Smder Della Soloman Sue Sommers Dorothy Sorn Don Sparks Helen Speller Barbara Spellmeyer Margo Spmker Dale Steffen Bob Sterrlcker Bob Stettner Beverly Stevens Pat Stmson Regma Stokes qs? 66 3 ja? and gCLl'tA2l' Mxke V1rg1l Sharon Vonqts Charles Vollmin Mary Vollman P xul Vollrath Barb Wacker I1n1ce Wicker Karen Wahl Pit Walker Pat Wallmuth Steve Warble Tom Ward Lee Waterman Lee Watts inet Weldeman Kenneth Welher Bob Wells Ieinne Wells Grant Welty Iudy Werner ludy XVerrbach Chuck Westphal Iudy Westphal Giry Whltcomb Peggy Wxdder Dlck Wnlkenmg ulla Wllklns Ianet Wlller lVl1ke Stone Ronald Stout Sharon Strelt Iohn Strmger Ioan Studebaker Lenore Sunko R1ch1rd Sunleif Chandler Swan C116 Swanson Kendall Sweet Walter Teets Darrell Th1es Dean Thompson Dolores Thomsen Tom Thurnau Tom Tlft Bob Tlmm einne TOb1H Ken Trabert Mane Trausch e'1n Underhlll Carol VanBuren Carol VanDeWoesty ne Lloyd V1nDyke Terry Vane Pat VHnNatta Ellen VanWagner Tom Vlck Paqe 76 A. 73 . . . . . 1. 1. C , ' 1 ' 4 L l . L 2 . . . . . . 1. c . C . , , . ,46 fl. , 00 fowamh f Q aim Bob Wxlllams Mary Wrllxams Naomi Wnllrams Barbara Wlllxs Carol Wllson lane Wxlson Carol Wxnter Mlke Wxrsmg Candy Woods Kathryn Yarwood Sam Yee Carol Yetter Colleen Yetter 'lmes York Esther Yost Bea Zamudlo Nell Zlmmerm rn ALMA MATER How we love thee Elgln High School Let our actlons tell We thy loyal sons and daughters Pledge to serve thee well Chorus bmg her pralses I et the chorus ever joyful be lluil to thee, our Alma Mater Elgin, Hail to thee Page 77 " qv, r U A D 'r 549' ' Q Mtv , I F I 3 1 v Y 1 :A , "i. Q, s., Q c N' ' 'O ax s, L 'Q y t ff wr? . . F I 'ai .' ,xr- I ,,-,Q """73? E E: i""2f- f ,ma ' .cyl 'f 91. Q 'J - . -JI '. Q .fr-" ' '-,95e',,f1 Ae, H' 4 gil Qu Q xltsq'-E .314 .-in Q"'.: J gp Q . '+- : if I ' 9. '59 J 9 , Y . v Q .. 1 1 F , I' Q '- X , B L 4, I . -igez .. y.. 'tens' ' H-3 ii SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS lcounter clockwiseb Sue Schurmeier. Vice-President Roger VVagner. President Iill Tennison, Treasurer Diane XV.ischer, Setretarv CC eager eauemv umue an .xgcfive .SZAQJUL With September came the largest sophomore class the building has yet seen. Early to originate a motto, 'Fun with '6l," the sophomores dived into school life, soon making themselves a noteworthy addition to our iiElgin Tradition." First on the agenda came a homecoming float, the perfect Hget acquainted" project for any class. This was followed by class organization, officer elections, and class council elections. Once this organizational work was underway the class presented a iichristmas Hop." Here the talent of the '6l'ites became evident as every detail, including Santa, was developed to perfection. December also marked the beginning of a three year "eat your way through high school" plan. as the sophomores held a class breakfast. Spring activities included naming a mascot, - the Beaver - and the class colors -- Navy and White. SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL Front - left: Sue Schurmeier. Mariivn Reimer, Diane XVascher. Steve Heilemann. Diane Daneau, Kay Kinne lovce Braddock Second row: Dave Groteiueschen, Toni Mnntz. Marv Schick, Bill Strackany. Mutt Tobin. Hollv XVright Standing: Mr. Smith, leannine Bremer. Lari Elswick. Chuck Anderson. Britt Farroh. 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Spring, a season of many memories, shall long be remembered for the State Basketball Tournament in which Elgin captured a well earned Regional Crown. Baseball too. shall be an intricate part of our spring memories. However. synonymous with spring. shall be graduation to many seniors. ln a new type of Recognition Day program Iohn Lehman and Marge Molitor. past graduates of Elgin High and students in higher education. spoke. The Baccalau- reate speaker was Reverend Edwin Hoefer. assisted by Reverend W'itherstrom and Demming. The A Cappella choir provided special music. Commence- ment. the graduation of the l4,375th student from Elgin High School, was held Friday. Iune 5th. The speaker was Mr. Iames M. Roche. class of 1923. and general manager of Cadillac division of the General Motors Corporation. Bt-low top: Mr. Bill Cheshorough. coach of the Elgin cagcrs. demonstrates a coachs frustration as Elgin bowed out of state tournament competition. Below: Coach Scharf throws out the seasons first hall. Below right: Returning lvttcrnicn to the '59 team were l.-r. Frank Rosborough, Andy Smith, lay Graening. .ind loc Pozicmski. Ragi' lkll Organizatlons are the mortar by which the bricks of tradition are united into a solid structure This has been a year of out standing achievements for the organlza tions of Elgin High This one year has seen two new organizations formed Student Council had one of its most active years in cations attained an outstanding record of achievement our service organizations met their annual challenges These high caliber student organlza tions are an Elgin Tradition and these are the groups that have built memories tor that tradition history . . . our communications and publi- 4 1 I I . i .STuc!enf Cjouncif glagagea in Ouffifanckng QCLI' of .X4CC0l'l'll0A5 Hlefltii STUDENT COUNCIL Toni Tift, Trczisurcr Larry Hansen, President lorry Meir-r, Vice-President Marcia Lind, Secretary The Student Council, a student body for encouraging faculty-student relations, a service or- ganization. and Elgin High Schools foremost public relations agency. spent one of the most active and productive years in its history. The 1958-59 council established an admirable record, pioneer- ing in bus transportation to out-of-town games . .. leadership day. . .a council corner . . .establish- ment of the lnter-Club Council . . . a new-student's committee . . . student council spring breakfast . . . junior high school council visitation days . . . adoption of a Student Council seal . . . a point system to limit the number of oflfices held by one individual. An unusually large number of coun- cil members represented Elgin High School in the sub-district. district. and state conventions. Our council president, Larry Hanson. served as president of the N.E.-N.W. District Convention. Through the Student Council. our school again Supported the American Field Service program, sponsoring Yalcin Yusifoglu, an exchange student from Turkey. This is the quality of program that has built the reputation of the Elgin High School Student Council, and has given the student body confidence and pride in its program. Page 106 ounci! Lgnaugurafed 77ew .x4fZ.SLAo0f pogciefi SERVICE COMMISSION Bugk row: 41.-r.1 Cr.11g Conn. Rog0r111rs. 11111 Suhurtcr. Rolibic Swift. XI.1rti.1 Bcbm. Sue Sbuw. S.1ndx' Iobnston. .7Xn11.1 1V1.1rLv Soi-bncr Front row: C.1r1.1 Frzinlvn. IIIIQX 'I1.1rn2ixx's1i1. Kutberine Iicnricdy. Bob Brockcr. Izine VVi1son. Barb Fistbcr INTERCLUB COUNCIL Suited uround t21b1Q' M.1rti.1 Lind. 1.1n Nxveisingcr. NI:1rtb.1 KIOIIILPT. Iizdx' Koblhzigcn. Km' Baker. Putti Yxvrigbt. Icrri Andcrxcn, Iudx' Lurtiribcrc Stunding' 1XI1t1cv Bufl-Qin. loc I.cvt:oxx. I,.1rrx' .fXnC'1crwn. Hdrry Y.-Abi., Nginky RQ.-,I S.1nforC1 Andvrson PROGRAM COMMISSION 1.1-fr row: Doug iK1-nvon. B111 Cr.1mvr. Butzc' 1"1vr1ior11. S21-xv Ht-11c111.1nn. XIRIILIII X usufoglu. Circg Sites, Bob KI111cr. Iohn Rvrrson. I..1rrx' Anderson RWM VUW- Dlkk CHVIVVIEIIIIA R-'V 1Uhf15Un- ENN' H-191l'1UXK. Dott1uGrvK'm'. C:lI'U1XxYlI1' IH. Gvrrv Andcrson. 11-.1n Purrv. Iudx' 1V1i11cr. 1V1crrx' XV..l1..w. D.1x'c Swinton Rugs' 107 SERVICE COMMISSION . . . T110 duties of thc Scrvitv Lommission inu111C1cC1 tbc p11b1iL.1t1on of stu' dent C1ircgtori0S. .1 Y.I1l1.l1W1C rcfcrcn-,c of student .ind f.1u11tx' phonc nunibcrs .ind uddrcsscs. Cbristmus dec. or.1t1ons: .111 UXICIISIYL AOlII"IOSX' g.1111p.11gn1 .1nC1 tbf: Student CUIIIIQII pitni PROGRAM COMMISSION . . . Thi' progrum Lom- mission xx.1s responsible for rho IIICIIILIIOII .1ssc1nb1y. Iwo Aiiicrioin Ficld St-rvikc .1ssc111b11cs. .1 Courtcsx' .ind Pep .issoinblxt il simu1atc'C1 studcnt council nicot- ing. C.11ng.11gn-spccch .1SSCmb1x'. .1nC1 tl r.1d1o program during Studvnt Coumil wccl-Q. INTER-CLUB COUNCIL . . . T110 Inter-C1ub Coun- cil. .1n organization for club .ictivitv goorclinution, was founded this vc.1r. .1 IIOICXX'OI"f1'lX' addition to thc extra- curriuilzir progrum of Ii.I'I.S. Busidcs toorC1in.1tion thc council has .1150 set goals of zirbitrziting. publicizing. and binding together the fziuilty-Sponsored organiza- tions. ounci! Urganizea Cfuda wma z . SOCIAL COMMISSION . . . The activities of the social commission began with building the prize-winning homecoming lloat. This was followed later by sponsoring three record dances. a Bermuda dance - HPeek-a Knees" - and an exchange program with Hinsdale Student Council -41" 1. BUILDING AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE . . . Although the activities of the building and grounds commission were few, they were nevertheless important. Theirs was the task of administering the newly formed bus program, the clean-up campaign. and the super- vision of Student Council elections. L.-R. Lani Fredrickson, Dan Cvroteluescben. Nlartv Rifken. Luanne Cevela. Dick Erickson. Marilyn Fitchie. George Kramer, Florence Hester, lohn Bunge, Barb Fox Page IOS Oil OO members. Back row: ll.-r.l Penny lVlunt:, Iudy King. Shirley Ross. Frances Hernandez. Brian Enos. Barry Vecchio. Pat Curtis. Martha lVlolitor. lovce Kidwell, Pam Kirkland. Bill Lewis Front row: Sherrie Hamalian. Britt Farroh. Dale Lind RESEARCH AND PUBLICITY COMMISSION . . . The most out- standing work of the research and publicity commission was a booklet entitled "Rx for Improving Student Council". distributed to the dele- gates of the N.E.-N.VV. District Convention. It also was responsible for the Mid-XVinter Ceremonials ticket sales. maintaining the Student Council bulletin board and current events board. and planning Student Council week. Back row: ll.-r.l lerry Mitter. Bob Fleury. Iim Hannah. Sam Yee, Sandy Herron, Iudv Mclieown. Diane Partridge, Diane Kerlin Front row: Margo Spinker, Nancy Chislett, Marv Boleriack. Iune Iensen. Pat Bryant. Carol Powell aroon new 0,95 AQITLQ roln 67901 90f6 Mar 'J' -.Z Right. rl.-ra Trudv Hatiroii. husiiiess in.ui.iuer: ludv Kohlhatqt-ii .sud Chllcli Stewart. 'ffi csifvtllitirs ni- F5- Below: 1 l.-r, I liathv Hoover .uid Nliirsha Seiglc. sales iiiaiiaqcrs: Bill Blum .uid Dave Nicholson. sports editors The 1959 Maroon is a hook of manv personalities. some perhaps conflicting with the tradition we speak of here . . . others adding to the firm foundation of the "Elgin Tradition." Late summer marked the first organizational outline of the 1959 Maroon - this change of format resulted from a study of some twenty mid-western college and secondarv school annuals, As fall commenced. so did our staff functions - underclass photos . . . subscription drives . . . senior portraits . . . art themes . . . activity shots . , , and patron sales comprise hut a few of the manv responsi- bilities connected with this hook. Nlr, Altvs Danials served his first term as Maroon sponsor. For the change in format and a "traditional" theme we have hoped to present a book. unique to Elgin in style and concept. worthy of the administration. facultv. and students of EHS. Panic lKl9 "2 Below: tfroiit. l.-r.I Edith Iahn, art editor: Victor LeBlanc. tvpist: lulie Lcvcrenz. copv editor ?"lT'1 N ,Lk 0 X by vm.. A -A----Q' ,wg My ,,,,ff"""T'T A --'- " H-'ln.,.,, W W , 'Nc' Left to right: Clark Horvatli. business in.intigr'i'. Martha lvlllllfklf. co-editor: irror .f4ffacL:S ,SZAOJ IQOLLMJ The EHS. Mirror, a bi-monthly reflection of candid school life. labored through another year of eighteen editions, Students involved in the periodical have a pre- requisite of journalism, a course taught by Miss Enid Burns, the enthusiastic sponsor of The Mirror. These students handle every detail - picture taking, editorial writing, and copy proof- reading -- for the publication. The paper is financed by student subscriptions and local busi- ness advertising. The Mir1'or supplemented these sources by sponsoring a record hop fol- lowing a basketball game and selling programs at all home football games. Striving to reflect our high school life in such a way as to appeal to the student body, The Mirror staff has attempted several innovations in this year's publication. Marge Daiictiii. co-editor l l l PAGE EDITORS Left to right Carolvn Liepitz. Sharvn lohnson. Letty Lamp. Cliff Ptipacek. Lynn Humbrticht. Deanna Stewart. Bobbye Martin REPORTERS Left to right Annie Huber, Carol Schrcplcr. Evelvn Grgurich. lo Ann Lciscbt-rg, Suv Shaw, Kart-n Gusnifson. Ktithv Parr Page H0 ....,......-1' X 'L' Ly. f 1 .Q K fi' Q A Q 5 A nw' ,- af 'lx W . mf Yung! I ,wx Y? Q Y w wf Q ' gm QM CLUB 88.1 QRADIOJ L. to R. Row lr Sanford Anderson. lim Xklarner. lVlarv Horwitt Row 2: Kathy Keating, loann Burreu. Carol Lagerstrom. Pat Lea. Nancy Rees, lane XVilson. lklaria Ninos i Q Row 3: lVlargaret lx1llll'l1CilCl, Paula lVlorrison. Barb Fisch- er, Larry Hopkins, Iudy Lamphere, Marv Beu X? Row -l: Chuck Hesse. Ed Hoe- fer. Roger Stettner. Tom Knecht. lim Schurter. Gary Crossin. lim Childs. Tom lVlunt:, Neil Schurter. Greg Sites, Bruce Cook, Cvarv Conrad CAUT .S?Cl,fQl'l'l2l'lf5 .!4l"8 QOOJ .fgfgblniefltff CLUB 88.1 . . . The 88.1 Club. composed of members of the radio work- shop course offered at Elgin High. had an active year resulting from many additions to their studio and broadcasting facilities. The club launched after-school and evening programs three nights weekly and also initiated direct broadcasts of all musical events and out of town basketball games. Under the sponsorship of Elison H, Hoke. with Sanford Anderson. president: lane Wilson, vice-president: and lim VVarner. secretary-:reas- urer: the 88.1 Club completed. as usual, a most noteworthy year. AUDIO-VISUAL . . . The Audio-Visual Club, whose members serve Elgin High as projector operators and operate the public address system. and other audio-visual equipment. had an unusually active year. In early December one of the most interesting assemblies of the year was presented as the club traced the history of recorded sound from its beginning to our present stereophonic systems. They also sponsored a post-basketball game dance. Officers included Iohn Bunge, pres.: Bob Leach. sec.: and Bill Ker- chenfaut, treas.: with Mr. Tom Green acting as the clubs sponsor. FORENSICS . . . The Elgin High School debate team started the year with a second place among fifty schools at a state-wide tournament in La Grange, The team then traveled to Navy Pier and. along with twenty-four other teams of northern Illinois, com- peted in the University of Illinois. Navy Pier branch. annual invitational tournament. Elgin was one of the three teams with an undefeated record. giving it a share in the first place honors. In addition, the varsity won trophies at Northwestern. Ianesville, Augus- tana College, the Big Eight conference, and Sterling. The senior debate team closed the regular season with the best record ever compiled by an Elgin debate team. The affirmative. composed ' of Pat Curtis and Kay Baker. had a season record of 33 wins and -f losses: lim Gordon and Denis Adam, on the negative team, won 32 and lost 5. Finally, the debators qualified for the state tournament. held in April. by placing among the top four debate teams at the Arlington Heights sectional. VVith excellent coaching by Howard l. Schulte and a good deal of hard work, the E.H.S. debate team had a very successful year. AUDIO-VISUAL Top row: ll.-r.l Tom Holzman, Steve Smith. Dick Gough, Norman Lanclwehr. leff Kohl- hagen. lim Sorce. Barry Balmat. lohn Bunge. Mike Diekinan, Dale Keuster Middle row: Dave Russell. Bob Rabe, Bob Leach. Dick Pflederer. Mickey Bufkin. Ervin ljlCclil'1Off Bottom row: Thom Crane. Bob Stettner, Craig Palmer, Bill Kerchenfaut FORENSICS Standing: ll.-r.l Elmer Kernel, lohn Bowman. Gordon Burstein. Sandy Schabert. Ed Schrieb- man. Kay Baker. lim Gordon. Denis Adam. Pat Curtis. lim Hanna. Patti XVright, ludy blclieown. Georgiana lVlicholas Seated: lVlarv Larson, Bonnie lVlorrison. Clark Horvath. Sandy Herrin. lucly Pearson Page 113 Row lx Row 2: Row 3: Row 'lx J4 Cdldldefd iK06l:5ff5 ,Healy fl.-r,l Kathy Keating, Carol Wilson, Barbara Kirk. Gerry l-ledblade. Anna Marie Soehner. Madonna Alford, Sylvia Frey, Ieannie Duer, Myrna OBrien, Barb Konitzki. Karen Gustafson. Sally Hart. Carolyn Liepitz Karen Kuehl, Diane Partridge, Barb Baker, Diane lurgens. Pat Renouf, Linda Farroh, Hilda von Holwede. Mary Io Pease, Mary Ann Lullie, Nancy Chislett, Sue Kisselburq. Nancy Mclielvey. Robin Gutshall, Merrilee Mason. Mary Sternberg. Charmayne Straka. lanice Nelson. Peggy Logan, ludy Baumqartner lim Rosenthal. Ray lohnson, lim Barnes. Ron Suhloenier, Larry Kagel, Tony Nelson. Chris Darling. VVayne Mock. Dick Cartwright. lim Logan, Stan Rovelstad, Iohn Ryerson. lerry Mitter, Dick Beu, Dave Morse, Luanne Cevela. lackie Moore. Dorothy Xvendler. Mtirg' Vollman Howard VV1ese. Dave Charneskey, Bob Riehardson. Bill Sponholtz. Greg Goodsell. Ray Carlson. Marty VViese, Bob Fleury. Gary Houdek. lack Fischer: lerry McGraw. Dennis lVlcDonald, lim O'Malley, Noel Butler, Chuck Vanderford, Bob Smith. Bob VValdeu. Dave Groteluesuhen, Dan Groteluesuhen. Britt Farroh. Page ll-1 .SZAQCIMA of pQl"!0I"I'lflCll'lCQ1f The senior A Cappella choir of 72 members is under the capable direction of Mr, E. Arthur Hill. During the year the Senior A Cappella sang for many school functions, among them Qperatic Nights "Fall Frolicsh . . . the Messiah . . . the Christ- mas assembly '... the Contemporary Arts Festival . . . and Baccalaureate. The choir also performed for the Association of Commerce. Abbott Iunior High School, and the Lions Club. Qne of the major programs of the year was the Fox Valley Music Festival when the Elgin High choir joined with over one thousand other voices in a most memorable performance. By selling Christmas cards. napkins, pom-poms. pennants, and candy. each member was able to earn money to go on a tour which this year encompassed four performances in the University of Illinois. Urbana area. The ofhcers of the choir were Iohn Ryerson. President: Ierry Mitter, Vice- President: and Linda Farroh. Secretary-Treasurer. Page l I5 AEOLIAN Row 1: Vivian Durrenberger, Carole Wulff, Sally Snyder, Patricia Bohne, Donna LoBianco, Pat Cremeens, Carole Selpien, Charlene Kobel, Trudy Dean, Sharon Raddatz, Myralee Renz, Mary Io Hill. Beulynn Sullens, lanis Hansen, Sue Cooke, Bev Grandle, Nancy Giesecke, Carol Wood, Sue Iohnson, Sheryn Benson, Sharon Lind, Ianet Ettledorf, Deanna Ream. Row 2: lanice Rieke, Donna Iensen, Sharon Luepke, Sue Schmidt, lill Tennison, Shirley Strahl, Alice Baldwin, Kathy Heimann, Sherry Mitchell, Margie Stege, Vicki Wagner, Ruth Slaubaugh, Alice Wright. Bette Butterfield. Rosemary Charlton, Betsy Luscher. Iudy Runge. Barb Fleury, Iune Bock, Bonnie Vanderford, Patty Stueve, Connie Carlstrom, Sharon Bloemke, Donna Newcomer. Yvonne Polnow, Susan Fasse, Renee Iohnson, Frances Gillette Row3: Kay Wilson, Pat Wagner, loyce Braddock, Merry Wallace, Margene Burns, Sherry Noe, Gwen Mapes, Mary Wolff. Faye Olofson, Susan Dueringer, Elaine Heine, ludy Thelander, Nancy Gray, Geraldine Pals, Mary Ann Kral, Virgene Lorenz, Sandy Crinigan, Betty Hollingworth, Linda Bauman, Suzanne Bown, Ursula lack, lanice Vollman. Darlene Woesch, lane Thompson, Kay Adams, Ianet Herron, Sharon Robinson, Sharon Grant AEOLIAN , , . Elgin High School is proud of its Aeolian Choir, composed of over 150 girls interested in music. The Choir practices daily in two sections, combining for perform- ances into the largest single choir of Elgin High. Although this is primarily a training chorus, the girls have performed throughout the year for various groups, in- cluding a school assembly, several evening programs, and concerts. The Aeolian Choir, directed by Miss Emily Martin, not only enjoyed performing for the public, but also received valuable experience in voice training. unior Cdoraf gfoulofi Row-1: Donna Arnold, Marilyn Reimer, Sheri Blank, Peg Briggs. Patty Ehorn, Vicki Graham, Butze Herborn. Sara Cantrell, Frances Cevela, Kathy Hoover, Kay Kinne, Pat Lea, Sandy Leverenz, Io Ann Keeney. Inge Goldenstein. Ioyce Smalldone, Helen Yelton, Elizabeth Sellers, Betty Steen, Nancy Tarro, Mary Schick, Lana Schwartz, Mary Tobin, Merilyn Fritz, Linda Goodsell, Donna Steinmann, Candy Durrenberger, Kay Splittgerber, Bar- bara Baumann, Donna Hill, Merilee Kellerman Row 5: Carol Vtfeintraub. Penny Singer, Iudy Koeser, Robbie Swift, ludi C. Miller. loan Gregg, Diane Schwarzwalder, Karen Guge. Ginny Bilisoly, Io Anne Harms, Carol Iohnson, ludy Crane, Iudv Piper, Rita Arseneau, Iudy lohnson, Linda Heidemann. Mary Bolerjack, Ginny Blume, Paula Morrison, Lari Elswick, Beth Bloemke, Carole Henryson, Mary VVestwood, Karen lunge, Diane Daneau, Sue Woltring, Sherrie Hamalian, Ieannine Bremer, Sally Thies, Colleen Attig Row 6: lanet Toppel, Bonnie lohnson, Evelyn Hileman, Wanda Cork, Karen Kruse, Sandy Fraser, Darlene Beaman, Kathy Luscher, Lynn Prechodnik, lan Martin, Holly Wright, Diane Wascher. lackie Seiler, Sandy Christenson, Cathy Newkirk, Nancy Kerchen- faut, Ianet Krause, Shirley Blank, Carol Bierman, Peggy Meglin, Carol Powell, Iudy Miller, Sue Mears, ludy Davis, Honey Van Der Karr, Lynn Allen, Louise Timms, Stella Ship, Dorise Anne Cole, Pat Bozeman, Patsy Andresen, lanice Begalka IR, A CAPPELLA , . , This year's Ir. A Cappella of more than 120 voices, was the largest Iunior A Cappella choir Miss Emily Martin, director, has had at E.l'I.S. The busy schedule of this choir included participation with the Senior A Cappella in the Messiah, a Midwinter concert in February, the Contemporary Arts Festival, and the Fox Valley Music Festival. This years secretary was Iocelyn Aikin. Page 116 zyfgaj A ,fs .iZn..,,f,,,, 1f..f...iL jaknf IR. A CAPPELLA Row l: ll.-r.l Sharon Anderson, Lynn Flint. Sue Bowman. Carlene Eggert. Barb Willis. Ray Sievert, Randy Banwart. Nate Krause, Dan Mer- rill, Barry Burburv. Tom Bradlev, Penny Muntz. Marsha Bern- stein, Iucly Bross. Suzie Greenberg. Ellie Eversz. ludy Westphal Row 2: Bette Hodges, Carol Yetter. ludv Baker, Karen Opella. Sue Adams. Deanna Parke. Bob Schuman. Dave Russell. Ron Schloemer. Ed Kadlec, Kurt Riehock, Barrv Balmat. Craig Hayward. Bonnie Boundv. Pat Michalek. Bette Io Row. Dorothv Sorn, lo Coleman. Karen Bloemke, Gloria Stevens Roxv3: Barb Logan, ludv Lohahauer. Pat Nerge. ludv Love. Donna Porter, Sharon Proutv. Shirlev Fitchie. Barb Hobart. Chuck Gagnon, Larry Strong, Leon Fleenor. Stan Sievert. Vic LeBlanc. Polly Kobel. Carol Larson. Norma Hendricks. Iocelvn Aikin. Sue Danels. ludv Beuchat -A A i Row -lx Kathy Yarwood, Sallv Rceser, ludv Smith, Carol Wiiiter. Lenore Row 5: Sunko. Bill Kemphert. loe Marquis. Rav Botch, Greg Sites. Busche. Quinton Meyer, Eugene Braun. Andy Rovelstad. Engelking. ludy Mensching. Pat Krunfus. loan Studebaker. Grant. loan Neuschwanger, lune lensen. Karen Keller Broeker. David Buehler. Dennis Gershiuk. Melvin Baugh Baldwin, Dave Holland. Chuck Hoke. lim lacohson. Andreasen. Suzie Sommers. Billie Prochnow. ludv Laseman. Berton. Lauralee Ackmann. Sallv Dimiceli, Pat Hicks. Levev. Marie lohnson Dick lanet Linda Paul Ann Schartow, Sandi Schuhhe. Barb Smith. Kathv Paar, C , het Dick Linda Lvnn Row I: Row 2: Row 3: Rita Vollman. Marsha Bernstein, Sarah Pierson, Sedelle Nelson. Anne Soehner, Mike Rea. Diana Rea, Suzanne McNeil. Bill Blum, Sheila Fredericksen, Carol Schrepfer, Dorane Baker. Bruce Kirk, Donald Kroll. Dave Grote, Nancy Rust. Bruce Cook, Bruce Gathman, Lucy Townsend, Sue Schurmeier. loel Van Wzimbeke, lim Bauer, Carol Kolling, Ianet Willer, Gary Wauchope. Ianis Brandes. ludie Mengler. Bonnie Iones. Patti Meagher, Myron Odell. Fred Sieroslawski. Carol Ann Blume, leannine Rosenthal, Ianet Olsen, Carl Iohnson. ludy Baumgartner. VVarren Baker, Gary Hillquist, Larry Schmidt. Drum Major - Bob Rullman Maiorettes - Nancy Baumgartner. lan Weisinger, Sharon Reilly, Midge Snider Drum Maior - Pat Skinner Lois Moorhouse, Paul Dietrich. Gloria Stevens. Paul Heuer, Cliff Swanson, left Daniels, Marlene Miller, Ken Munch. Carol Ander- son, Wayne Walbaum, Brian Dickerson, Sylvia Boxley, Ray Goode, lerry Hattendorf, Alan Odell, lim Hattendorf, Bob Dauel, George Kramer, Dick lohnson, Ron Parker, Bruce Brinckley. Ianice Tobler, lim Ricketts. Ken Hellmuth, Dick Kosterman. Row-1: Row 5: right side: Norm Tweed. Io Ann Bartelt, Mike Diekman, Nancy Henninger. Bill Leonard. Steve Warble, Dick Pflederer, Mike Dimicelli. Ed DuCasse, Steve Getz. left Childs. Back Row: Midge Snider. Nancy Baumgartner, Pat Skinner. Mike Sitter, Monty Hundley, Larrv Lowe, Arne Huber, Carl lrps. Bob Bouque, Russell Whyte. Ron Stamer, leri Hedblade, Ellen Mades, Sharon Voigts, Bob Rullman, Sharon Reilly. Ian Weisinger, The E.l'l.S. Band, under the able direction of Mr. Douglas Steensland, started its active year by helping maintain school spirit at all the home football games with its playing and halftime shows. During the course of the year it marched in four parades and was part of the very colorful Band Day Festival at Northwestern University. Several assemblies throughout the year helped the student body become better acquainted with this fine musical organization. ln the spring, select students proved what they could do as soloists and in ensembles by winning many superior and excellent ratings in the District and State Music Contests. With the profits from its candy sale. the band traveled to Madison. Wisconsin. where they presented a program for the student body of East and Central High Schools. Amid their many activities, the band also participated in the annual Fox Valley Musical Festival and Contemporary Arts Festival. Outstanding performances at the Winter and Spring Concerts. plus traditional quality of many other performances were responsible for main- taining the bands good name gained by E.l'l.S. bands of the past. A band picnic and party added to the social life of the year. Page l I6 . ,X . f .sy 'sly , ' W ' 5 1 f ,ji,j'6,xx gfiflff 3 fl vi? pew' 4 we Q ja A gf .. , , g ,.' .j,' 3 Qi., '-,tag ,' 'Q e,g ,Q . : q Wx , Q t Lrg wgpggia, , f -C9 - vf,z,., ,af, 4' k' ' iii? 'W1-a5u-.- MM :LQ 1 t In I L ff M I 0553, ff? X Q f.' Qfgg -Q, . T Maw, f' X 6' " O -A-. J A : ' E, fa. e- QMS' ' 'PWS 6 I-+1 ,-,UV I lf 1 -nf . . gf? iff' P1 S I 5. :ia .1 M , nf? C' 2 QW? QW W . ,. . lf, 'I : ZE - L ,Q9'5'1ff 4 2523 Aw Q ff., xw h x E 1. sw MJ ,ivy A Row l: l. - r. Shelly Paul, Steve Warble, Karen Homfeldt, Carolyn Homfeldt. Anthony Nelson. Myrna O'Brien, David Swinton. lohn Gray Row 2: Edith Iahn, Betty Bross Row 3: Karen Kornman, Ieanne Tobin, lane Raft, Marie Tolley. Rita Vollman. Sarah Pierson, Anne Soehner, Nan Withers. Anne Myers, Delores Koteles. lanet Biorck Row 4: Steve Gaston, Ralph Ollman, Karen Havlik. Henry Krusemeier, Bill Blum. Sheila Fred- ricksen. Ianet Willer. Suzanne Schurmeier. Ianet Olsen. Lucy Townsend. Kay Kellerman, Ieanette Quandt. Geraldine Hedblade. Row 5: Dick Kosterman, Ken Hellmuth. Iim Ricketts, Ieif Childs. Edgar DuCasse. Steve Getz Row 6: Abby Lamp at piano. Indy Baumgartner, Mike Rea The Elgin High School orchestra provides the interested student with a worthwhile musical experience through the best of orchestral literature avail- able. Under the baton of Miss Marian Laffey the orchestra had a very active and successful year. In the fall the orchestra joined the Senior A Cappella in presenting the annual Operatic Nights program, "Fall Frolicsf' and again joined with the choir with the presentation of the Christmas assembly and the annual "Mes- siah" orations. Amid their many activities the orchestra took a field trip to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Orchestra Hall, and later presented a program at Mooseheart. Second semester is always a busy one with the members taking part in district and state contests. At this time too. the orchestra gave assemblies for the Ellis Ir. High and the E.H.S. student body, gave a Spring Concert, and participated in the Fox Valley Music program and Contemporary Arts Festival. The following ofiicers were elected in the fall: President, Myrna O'Brien: Vice-President. Ieff Childs: Secretary-Treasurer. Karen Homfeldt. Page 121 E CLUB Row 1: lleft to rightl - Dennis Hurley. Bob Beith. lerry Brierly. lohn Ryerson. Gary Hirshberq. Bob Quayle. lay Graening. Tom Star- rett. Yalcin Yusufoqlu. lerry Snider. lohn Hilliard, Brian lohnson Row 2: Chuck Westphzil. Mike Rea. Greg Goodsell, Ron Garrelts. Don Barber. Mike Ludwig, loey Catton, Gordy Bazali, Larry Anderson. Bob Anderson. Len Blakesley, Bruce Webb, Don Martin. Ken Baumgartner Row 3: Ierry Boose. Bob Miller. Dwayne Tison. Roger Schramm. Ray Burch, Bob VVilliams. Bill Kappler, lohn Bunge. Dennis Shine. lim Seburter. Terry Smirinky. Barry Vecchio. Lloyd Van Dyke. Larry Backus FUTURE NURSES CLUB Back row: l.-r, Abby Lamp, locelyn Aikin, lane Bell. Luella Kawa. ludy Swan. Sally Stage. Lore' lei Ackman, Gwen Mapes. Betty Butterfield. lo Ann Bartelt, Mary Sorenson. Carol Gleeson. Ruth Ann Miller - Middle: Mary Dahl. Karen Graf, Candy Durren- burger, Polly Kobel. Mary Sue Gannon, Karen Guge. Sherry lVlitehell. lanice Small Front row: Connie Vveise. Carol Shelby. lulie Ley- erenz. Vice-Pres.: Carol Plagqe, Pres.: Frances Hernande:. See y.: Barb Vklillis. Treas.: Nanny E - Rees I X s-rv, Z Us 4 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS I.-R. Pat Crerneens. Sue Bowman. Beyerly Burren. Naney Gr.-y, Dorothy Vveisinuer. Naomi VX'il- liams. Sue Xyoltrinu. Shirley lones. Donna Hill Page ll? i FUTURE TEACHERS Seated foreground-Carolyn Liepit: Seated l.-r.-Karen Kornman. Pat Briggs. Letry Sue Lamp, Mary Ellen lens, lanet Mischke, loan Gregg. Penny Muntz. Vicky Frazier. Vicki Graham Standing-lVlary lo Hill. Sue Nvoltring. Ruth Slaubaugh. ludy Panella. Donna Steinman. Patty Stueye. Nancy Giesecke. Sue Cook, Lenore Sunko, Linda Miller. Karen Haylik. lanice Ricke, Sedelle Nelson, lill Tennison, Mary Marqui. Ellen Mades. ludy VVerner. Carol Laqer- strom. Beth Bloemke. Carole Henryson, Cynthia Priess. Gwyn Snowxyhite Zl5.5l"00l'l'l gfhkiencg, 3600! Cidanulya, Aarifg gun Rll..5l.I'lg goodfecl Ly Organizafiond KEY CLUB BOARD IRight Uppcrj Seated: Vkvayne Klouk. Paul Yolarth. Ron Stout Standing: Mitkt-v Bnfkin, Holi Rizllnian. Rav Iohnson GIRLS' CLUB CABINET IRight Lowcrl Seated. l.-r.: Naney Banniqartner-treasurer. Ellie Haqeloxy. Linda Farroh-president. Sharon Reilly. Hilda yon Holwede Standing. l.-r.: Klary Ben. Rnth Nliiirhead-X'iee-president. Margo Spinker. Diane Partridge. Silo Shaw. Sally Thics. Diane Xyascher-secretary RED CROSS ICcntcrI Standing: Donna Stadler. Marx' Sue Gannon. Carole XVnlIl. Rita Allen. Bev Burren. Garol Bierman. Karen Hayelefk. lVIary Ann Dunn. Nancy Rees. Kathy Hoover, lX'Iary Nlarqui. Indy lvlulfeown. Mary Horwitt. Sue Suhnrrneier, Becky Bohlin. Nancy Rice. Marge Daneau. Iudy Doss. Indy Lamphere Seated. I. elockwiser Barb Carlson. Yvonne Nleskell. Bonnie Pull- pafl. Marilyn Giles. Iune Iensen. Barb Reber. Mary Lew Heath. Marsha Bernstein. Barbara VVillis. Maria Ninos. Marsha Seiqle, Nancy Ghislett. Mary Sorenson. Karren Dingle Seated. r. clockwise: Roherta Stinson. Iuly Vierling. Lenore Snnko. Phil Reimer. Bruce Kirk. Pat Krunfus. Diane Liek. Victor Le Blanc. Ed Kadlec. Lannie Fletcher, Marcia Alex- ander, I-Iilari Hodgson. Gay Hamlin. Lucienne Fayret IR. RED CROSS COUNCIL IBottom Rightb Front: Marcia Alexander, Indy Lamphere i Back: Kathy I-Iooyer, Shirley Ross. Gay I-Iamlin, Lenore Sunko. Mary Horwitt. Indy Doss F.H.A. IBottom Leftj L.-R.: Kathy Clark. Cheri Massa, Ioan Grant Page 123 Athletics too form Elgln Tradltlon A cornerstone In our democratlc soclety Involves fostering the competu tlve splrlt so well exemplified by interscholastic athletics Thus competltlon brings to mmd the undefeated football squad the Regional champs In basketball e Bug 8 champions In wrestlmg and all the boys who gave their best In cross country swlmmmg track base ball golf and tennls This IS the program that has helped build Inter school competltlon a strong tradutlon of Elgm and the teams of 1959 rank wlth the finest In our hlstory K it 'S :arf 7 2 424 u . A3 x,'JpR!l.Yi" ' , ,' LX-1, 1 kwvq- HJ , Ni Hugs"-, '-1pu. 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A , . 4 K . . ., 1 ' V' 1 . 1 'T . n. fp -x I ' . 'I p . - .A L , 1 , 1 .. 1. . L X if, - - , fu A! Q 'Hia ' If x Q A W at 'Q xv ,':"'piwq' 1 1 P , U I Q al .7 6 I uf ef? . Q x 4.' ' 3' .,v. vig ' vw 'Er R'-J' Sv 4 . - mx. '.x Ivwa H llilff' ., ,g,,.,. 1 I . , --,A.vf W "' 40 331 1 E 2 '55 '?:.m.35 ? Q5 G+ " '32 ' V 5 77 5 -3 L 19:gg.61 5, ':'f1A I Q A ' f 3 2-'B 7? QQQEQYI. A 'I EE 1-5? in 'N i ' Q Q A, i sa 13 81l57'1D 75 4B 3312114 weep rough Mndeka fee! Front Row: ll.-r.I Roger Lenart. Bob Miller, Ierry lVleier. Iohn Ryerson. David Muntz. Irv Iohnston. lerry Mitter. Robert Otte. Ken lVlcGhie, Ioseph Poziemski. Gary Hirshberg, Henry Leach lim Schurter, manager: NVes Hunborg. Bob Vvells. Bill Lewis. Dick Kosterman, Andy Smith. lay Graeninq. Ierry Brierly. Tom lVlnsial. Ramon Burch. Bob Chamberlain. Larry Backus. Terry Backus. Charles Akemann. Dave Price. manager Row '22 .SZCLJOH Row 31 Row 'li lX'lr. Bob Dutlield. head cnmcll. Richard Caul. lim Knaak. Gary Molner. Bob Read. Bruce XXX-bb, Charles XVestphal. Bob Barron. Robert Richardson. Herb Lange, Dennis Shine. Bill Griffin. Richard Santee. Frank Rosborough. Terry Smirickv. Roger Schramm. Lloyd Van Dyke. Ken Gustafson, blr. Bill Vkvalton. assistant coach. Nlr. Ed Schulz. assistant coach: Craig Conn. Avery Eklund, Curt Kowalski. lerry Bi::ak. lim Anderson. Bill Cramer. Bob Sterricker. Ted Vvalters. Barry Vecchio. Chandler Swan. Tom Smith. Dennis Sinnett, Norm Dillow, Robert lX'larshall. Bill Kerchenfaut. Norm Beu. Carl Zocholl. Stuart Busse. Ted Kruse. Dwayne Tison and Dennis Lenart VARSITY FOOTBALL . . . History repeated itself as the Nlaroons achieved the third undefeated season in the schools history. the second in four years. as well as winning the Big S Championship. This years team was dominated by returning lettermen and boosted by a strong, undefeated 1957 sophomore team. Top: ll.Ar.l Bob Otte. Bob Barron. Ken Gustafson. Gary Hirshberq. lrx' lohnston. Ioe Poziemski. Dennis Shine. Bob XYells, Torn hlusial, Roger Lenart. Frank Rosborough. Bill Griffin. Larry Backus. lay Graemntg Bottom: Andy Smith. Ray Burch, Ierry Brierly. lohn Ryerson. Rick Caul. Ken lxlccivlilal Hank Leach. Dave Xluntz. lerrx' Klitter. Chuck Akemann, Terry Smiricky. Bob Chamberlain. Dick Kosterman 3.1 Q' xx., lar' ea. ac- 'We' QC 2:4 'Ti X 5 lg? 5 'QP 'f'.'.::F 9. - 6 A 1 N Q I' i 1 - age Row 1: lfrom the left! lrv Iohnston, Gary Hirshbc-rg, Hank Leach, Bob Cham- berlain, Coach Duffield Row 2: foe Pozicmski, Rick Caul, fav Gracning. Bob Barron. Larry Backus The mighty Maroons opened the season with a decisive 43 to 13 triumph over York of Elmhurst. This was followed by an outstanding defensive game in an 18 to O victory over powerful Thornton of Harvey. Elgin opened its Big 8 conference bid with a sweeping victory over West Rockford. The Maroons nearly met their match in the Homecoming battle with LaSalle-Peru, but a last second fumble by the Cavaliers and a spectacular clash by speedy Hank Leach gave Elgin the winning margin. The Maroons followed with successive victories over Free- port and East Rockford, and then they withstood a last minute drive by a determined West Aurora team to eke out a 13 to 12 win. The Big 8 crown was assured by victories over Ioliet and East Aurora, although the boys fought from behind to down the inspired Aurora eleven. Qur hats off to coaches Duffield. VN alton and Schulz, without whose leadership this outstanding season could never have been accomplished. 7 Page 125 Elgin Opponents 43 York fElmhurStl 13 I8 Thornton tHarveyl 0 33 West Rockford O 20 LaSalle-Peru 14 26 Freeport 13 20 East Rockford O 13 West Aurora 12 50 Ioliet 0 27 East Aurora 13 Graening keeps an eye on the tackle .gblokomore eam Confinued Yflndeafen .green SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Front Row: ll,-r.l Tom Muntz. Mike Caul. Gary Sebela. Dale Trumbo. Phil Odle. Ralph Ollman. George Kochis. lim Dean. Willy' Chambers. Chet Baldwin. lim Kielsmeier Row2: Bob Garrelts, Iohn Tucker, Mike Marqui. lim Hannah, Britt Farroh. Ron Musial. Harry Kluender, Rog Wagner. Mike Diekman, Dale Lind. Dave Russell. lim Iacobson. manager, Larry Wright, manager Row 3: Mr. Don Quillman. assistant coach: Wayne lVlock. manager: George Van Meter, Iohn Wilson, Steve Heilemann. Peter Wells. Gene Burnidge. Gary Levey. loe Prickett. Greg Sites. Bill Strackany, Ken Henryson. Kurt Riebock. Dave Swinton. manager. nd Mr, Bill Chesbrough. coach. Row -lz Chuck Gagnon. Butch Aguiniga. lim VVarner. Tom Hines. Dennis Doerge. Tom Leitner. Chuck Flora. Dave Duewel. Mark Michelson. lack Tonev. Tom Gilomen. Glen Dallman. Fred Cramer. Ierry Gilomen. lames Logan SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL - 1958 Once again the Elgin sophomore football team completed an undefeated. untied campaign. The Elgin gridders could not be stopped as they rolled to their second consecutive Big Eight crown. Taking each game. one at a time, the boys performed like champions from the opening kickoff of the season to the closing gun of the final game. Head Coach Chesbrough and Assistant Coach Quillman can well be proud of the team they produced this year. Again this squad has produced many fine prospects for next year's varsity. Elgin Elgin Elgin .......,.. 48 Elgin .......... 13 Elgin SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL SCORES York Thornton Rockford West La Salle-Peru ...... Freeport .............. 0 Elgin O Elgin 0 Elgin 0 . 6 Elgin ....,,..., Page 129 Rockford East Aurora West Ioliet .............. Aurora West N J CLl"00I'l5 ie Ol' OHLPQHCQ 6lI7ll9i0lflJ Ill? Xl ,Q 12.11 211 iii. vxx 1 o11Q11111111111 1SS1S1.ll11xtJ.1Ll1. lien lX1cC1l1iv'. Dave lluskt-. T:l'Yl1I1 l211l1111s1111. 1.1y fi1'.1e11i11g. Hank l,v'.1t11. 1 gtr 1 t L 1 coach 11111 C11esl11'o111111. xx 7 1X1 111 igcr B111 B111 t T.11I'I'V Anderson. B111 1y.1pp1e1'. l,111'1'v litlclitls. Cir-111'11t' Clark. 41111111111 l'311:sali. C11.z1'1es Akein 11111 1nd ohn C 11rd1no. student teacher. 1958-1959 VARSITY BASKETBALL The 1958-59 version of the Elgin lrloopsters upheld the tradition of DQISI years. They fought to a four-way tie for the Big cha111pio11- ship, won our own Christinas Holiday Tournament, and XVOII the local Regional. This years squad boasted -1 returning lette1'111en f1'o111 the amazing 57-58 tea111 and were supported by one of the finest benches in E1gin's history. The cagers opened the season with two impressive victories over AI'l1I1gfOfl Heights and proviso East. only to lose the following week to North Chicago. The lVla1'oons countered with 8 straight victories. including two for the Holiday Tourney Chanipionship. Plagued by injuries. Elgin bowed to a determined East Aurora quintet, but once again CHITTC back the following week squeaking bv a powerful East Rockford Eve, by one point. The next night however, the height of the lV1oline Nlaroons was too much for our ov.'11 Hshort- enedn five. and they fell beneath the onslaught. Back on our home court again, Elgin played a brilliant game in sweeping by Ioliet 86-62. The following Eriday. we traveled to West Aurora for our second meeting, this ti111e succumbing to the Blackhawks powerhouse in our only overti111e game of the season. Elgin began to roll again. winning four straight ball games, one a surprisingly easy victory over a powerful, highly ranked Hinsdale tea111. But once again the picture darkened. A L16fQfH1lYlCC1 LaSalle-Peru tea111 111oved into Elgin with only an upset victory in 111ind. The Cavaliers used ball control. leaving Elgin on the short end of a 36-35 score, this loss threw us into a -1 way tie for the Big crown. Graening gets a block thrown at him as he attempts to pass. 1 311 A OU! Cll"00l'l5 C f ' f I 00fUfl9 Cl enll VARSITY BASKETBALL 1955-1959 Elgin Opponents NN Arlington llcuqlits 56 60 proviso 30 '15 North Chicago 50 69 Champaign -ll 56 'Ioliet '18 63 'VVest Aurora 55 7-1 Dt-Kalb 57 7-1 :York . 50 69 :Barrington , -19 -16 .. 'VVest Rockford ,,,,, . 39 65 . , Nlaine ,,..... . .. .. . 'll 56 'East Aurora .. 61 65 'East Rockford 67 S3 lkloline 61 N6 'loliet 62 5b 'VVest Aurora , 60 64 Levden , '43 S9 . 'Freeport . ,,,, 55 63 .. Hinsdale ,,,,,,,, ,,,, . 55 S2 'East Aurora . 67 35 'La Salle-Peru , 36 63 "Lake Park .,,,,, . . 30 77 "Crvstal Lake .. . 69 67 "St Edward V 57 '15 "'lVlaine . ,,,,,,, .. . .. 70 'Conference Game -'3Christmas 1-lolidav Tournament "Regional Tournament "'Sectional Tournament Right - Hank Leach hooks over the defender's hand for two. Below - George Clark grabs another rebound for the Maroons. The Nlaroons moved into regional competition with an im- pressive 16-5 record. The Elgin Regional. classed as one of the toughest in the state, favored our Maroons. playing on our home court. ln the opening game. Elgin blasted Lake Park 63-39. Two nights later. we withstood a last quarter drive by Crystal Lake to come out on top 77-69. This pitted us against Elgin's St. Edward for the championship. Qur Maroons spurted to an early IO-3 lead. but saw it dimin- ish as the Cvreen VVave began to move. We managed to forge ahead for a 27-23 halftime lead, The Maroon offensive punch showed its force in the third quarter. gaining a 14 point margin. We withstood the Green VVave's rally to become the regional champs for the third consecutive vear. Elgin entered the Arligton Heights Sectional as favorites once again. but this time the experts were wrong. We were thrown against a determined and much improved Maine five. We had bowled over Maine by 27 points earlier in the season. and greatly underestimated their new power. Elgin jumped to a -1-1 lead and held a 12-9 lead at the first quarter. Maine then began its big push. leading bv 7 points at halftime. The Blue Demons capitalized upon each Elgin mistake resulting in the biggest upset of our season. Thus the Maroons abruptly ended their season. still boasting a 19-6 record. a fine accomplishment for any team. Page 131 Clgelnfl C0l"Q HCf0Py .X Ql" fMCf0l'g Flynn Robinson puts it up for two more. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL The Nlaroon minors ran up against a lot of stiff competition in their first year of play together. The Big AX' was unusually strong and our own boys found the going rather tough. They managed to upset the leaders but were unable to conquer their other foes. ending up in the second division, After regular season play, the Sophs entered the annual Belvidere Tour- nament. swamping Harlem of Rockford in the first game. The quarter finals saw them fall beneath the mighty champions to be. Crystal Lake. This ended the season for a total of ll victories against 10 defeats. Even though the record isn't too impressive, the boys gained a great deal of experience that will help them in leading future Varsity teams. Page l if J lx Q ,QLBIN .E 5 L rs i N SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL 77 l ELGHI Lani 3 LG 5 it- Row l: l.-r. Neil Schurter, Mike Dieukinan. Britt Farroh. Chuck Anderson, Howard Eraincr. Ron Miisial. lim Dean. Mike Caul, lun Kienlen, Dave Diiexwl. Row 2: Bruce Kirk, Chet Baldwin. Howard VViese. lim Burton. Arnold Rowling. David lones, Dick Pflederer. Bob Dan ford. Roue r VVaqner, Row 3: Coath Bill VValton. assistant toatli Bob Smith. llarrx' liluentlcr. lien Roll. and inanagiers Stew: Smith. Dick Lakt' and Chutk Mote. Kappler drives for a basket against Proviso. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Elgin Opponc -15 Arlington Heights ,, ,,,, 33 Proviso . ...,,. -li North Chicago -lfi Proviso West ,, , , 37 , loliet ,,,,,,.,...,. 38 VVest Aurora , 5-I Delialh ,,.. ,...,.,.... -l3 Vvest Rockford 5-l Maine . ,,,,,, -18 , East Aurora ....... 37 East Rockford 62 , Moline . ,, 35 loliet . . -ll VVest Aurora Alf? Levden , ,, , -13 Frceport '12 Hinsdale ,, 33 East Aurora ,. 'll La-Salle-Peru 65 llarlein of Rockford -" Crvstal Lake i- s 1 lfigu I33 HKS 48 50 35 24 41 Sl 30 25 28 38 38 -H 37 30 -ll 52 -17 +7 37 -H 62 Row l: Row 2: Row 3: l.-r. Dennis Bone, lorry Mach, Nick Pflzium, lorry Snyder, Vic LeBlanc, Bill Zaeskc, Bob Slecman, loc Lcetzow, Don Barber, Howard Hugh, Bob Quyle, lim Sorce, Ioel Aulwlc, Carl Enoc, Mark Michelson. Dick Andrezison, Craig Hayward, Ron Garrclts, Greg Goodscll, Lynn Brinkley. Iohn Ryerson, Myron Bauer Coach Dale Michelson. winfufnem ive info jougd SSZIAQJMA Tankers ready for big splash in aquatic world. Page IH The Swimming team did not equal last year's impressive record, but since the nucleus of the squad was composed of sophomores and juniors, a similar record could not be expected. With the great experience gained, the future looks bright indeed. Mr. Dale Michelson, a Larsen Iunior High faculty member. took over coaching duties for the first time. We are looking forward to his leadership for many years to come. .4 , ii 5 i i E M -ig , it i' T i' A 1 kr 71' P' 5 s . 1 2 " I 1 M W' 'L M , . W' v . I. X ' ' . l -, wi 4. ' a 4 Q ' it ' ., . 1 I 1 x t U S' . - 1 s 1 1 , ' .- " . ' 'sig' " -" , , . . .. .- P s i , ' I . - , t, 1 V11 5- 5- 1 fy 1. 1 C5 a I . Q 0 ' A , 1 x ir ' . xx K 1 X. 1-,Xxx 5 R K 4 CLfl'l'lQl'l 6Cl,l0fllI"Q in COIL LPQI1 C 8 P0 Llllfl VARSITY WRESTLING Row l: lfroin the leftl luhn liilliiircl. Dennis lliirlvv, Dennis Kmxnil. Dun Pmrowii. Neil l..iinZ Riwwf. Stimrt Biisse. IILlIl.lglk'I'I Pete VVvlls, llivi- Nliintz. Clnrx' llirslilierti. Ynlein Yiisiifoglu. Dennis Kerelml. lim lxliinslielci, Dennis Diinton. Torn Scott, Conch Al Schiirf Row 3: Ditk Santee. lrv lohnston. Toni Tenn.int. 'llerrv Bntliiis. Llovd Van Dvlie. Binh Riihl. Bah Beith, Chiitk Stiide The wrestling sqimci of lflqin High Sthool einiipleted its lQ58-59 stnison with 7 wins .ind 7 losses in tliizil enecninters. After winnintl the first two niiitthes of the SKUISOII. the in.it-inen lost 7 in.iti'lies tin some of the tinitiher tenins in the .ire.i. Cinningi lmtk stroiiq. liwwever. the Imvs retiiriied tn the win toluinn .intl stnyeci there .is they won their l.ist 5 iniittlies tu turn in .i .500 pereeiitnqe in climl tonipetitiiun. The Elgin iniitnien proved their siiperiiuritx' liver other eonferenee rixuils hx' winning the Big lfiqht Conferenue triwwii. Dun Pmriuwii. Dennis Kuxxuil. Dmi- lXliint:, find lrv lohnston were incliviciiinl thiinipiims in their respeetive weight glasses. The lX'l.iroinis won setonci plnte in rhi- tlistritt ,ind sixth in the settioiinl nievt. Dennis Kivxuil w.is n.iinecl the C.ipt.iin nl the siiimtl, .incl lrx' lolinstun the niost v.ilii.ilvle wrestler. Elgin Opponents Elgin Opponents 25 iVltlii'iii'N' 20 25 fileiiliruuli 30 33 Crx'st.il l,.il4e ll 24 York 2-l lb limlirl 24 il lfliiiwooci Pfirli lil T l3i'K.iIl- 28 'll lf, llutklimixl 3 fl lxV.iiilii'g1.ii1 lil Sl XV. Aiirinui ll ll Usxxt-gin 20 ll Uiintiei' 7 I5 P.il.itine ffm 33 Nnperxilli- lil TRACK SQUAD 1958 Row l : VARSITY TRACK . . . The Varsity thinclads of 1958 had a season record in dual meets of two wins and four losses. In both the Wheziton relays and the Mooseheart relays, Elgin place fifth. The boys took sixth place in the Kane County meet and fourth in the Big Eight meet. Ernie Akemann represented Elgin in the State meet but was defeated in the preliminaries. Row 3: Row 2: l.-r. Dave Sutton, student manager: Mike Coburn, Rick Caul, Tom Starrett. Larry Bonner, Thorn Crane, Arnie Adams. Iack Harms, Dale Thomas. Dave Volmer, Bob Otte, Bob lVIcCvarry, Hank Leach, Dan Thompson, Bob Anderson, student manager. Coach Bob Duffield. Wes Hunborg, Aarne Reinsalu, Bill Stilwell, Norm Dillow, Ierry Fehrman, Frank Kallina, Irv lohnston, lim Anderson, Ierry Rohrssen, Sanford Anderson, Mike Hayward, Terry Smiricky, Bob Fleury. Len Blakesley. student manager. Coach Bob Smith, Hobart Riley, Glen Kreinbrink, Dave Morley, Bob Barron. Larry Anderson, Ray Iohnston. Bill Kappler. Brian Enos, Bill Griffin. Iohn Bunge, Chuck Akemann. Bob Chamberlain, Bruce Hudgens, Coach Cliff Martin cgiuncfcwlfi - gomrn, OUFLCJ Ouf s9I'lt8l"5CAO!6LfftlC pI"09l"Cl,I'Yl CROSS-COUNTRY fAbovel Front row, l.-r. Brian Enos, Art Cvilbertson, Hobart Riley, Neill Schurter, Don Brown, Ron Vaughan, Arnie Rohlwing. Iohn Hilliard, Eugene Braun Second row: Chuck Anderson, lim Akemann, Bruce Karsten. Sanford Anderson, Bill Kappler, Chuck Stacle. Tom VVard. lerry Boose Third row: Ioel Auble, Tom VVilliams. Dave Nichol- son, Tom Mack, Tom Scott, Ioe Higareda, Ken Baumgartner, Dave Keeker, Iohn Hurley. Back row: Godfrey Stych. coach: Tom Alltop. Bob Beith, Dave Croteluschen. Dave Charnesky, Ray Carlson, Bob Ruhl, Dan Grotelueschen, Dave Hoff- man, Ron Parker GOLF . . . The N358 Golf team lnot picturedl had an outstanding team record of fifteen wins and one loss. Thev won the Big Eight championship and qualified for the State Tournament. The IQSQ team lost only to Ioliet and sent Dave Huske to the State Finals. THE 1959 GOLF TEAM Front row, l.-r.: Dave Huske, Iohn Hernandez. lerry Meier, Craig Sorenson, Rod Rasmussen Back row: Gus Stuart, coach: Gordon Roth. Robert Burger, Bill Strackany, Bob Read. Cary Conrad Page l 36 CROSS-COUNTRY . . . Under a new coach, Godfrey Stych. the cross-country squad compiled a creditable seasons record of six wins and five losses. Victories over DeKalb. St. Charles. Crystal Lake ltwicel. Whezrton, and Woodstock highlighted the season. The lVIaroon harriers copped second place in the Big Eight Conference meet and third in the District. ,gnframurazi Que ore .?og5 .xgfgdfic parfici afion Senior intramural basketball champs l.-r. First row: lolin Ryerson, lerrv Rohrssen, Dennv Schubert, Second row: Larry Powers, coach: Bolu Quayle, Frank Roslvoroiiqh, and loe Poziiemski. A new program nt Elgin, sponsored by coach Godfrey Stych, was the the gymnastics tczim. Here pictured is the te.m1 tiikirig pointers on gi lmtk Hip, lVlr, Nlike Fiirroh holds the ankles of sit-up tlmmpion Bill Archer: ti plmise of the l3'hx'sit'iil lfduttition Department proqmm. VV.itt'l'iinq ure. from left, Don Thompson, Bolw Fleiirv, lot-l Creel. Rllph Swiiinson. l..irrv Mever. .ind Y.iltin YllStJfKDQ1lli. Page 137 INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS The lending sports otlercd by tlie protqmm of intramural Athletics Lire busketlmll und howling. This program gave iimny boys il uhzince to pm'- tieipnte in sports who otherwise wouldnt have the elinnue, VVe .ire indeed fortunate to litive siitli .1 protprain under the leiidership of iWr. lfirroli. Qfm., isa' me sv EEG A N G.A.A. OFFICERS L-IQ: Btirh Iionitzki. Digiiic P.irtridg1i'. Bai Hvnninq, Nnnty I-Ik'IIIIiIIg1k'I'. Toni Tift, IIicIii von I'Iiwlxvt'LIt' ARCHERY Iiiithx' I2.iktm', S.iIix' I,x'ilI1t'I', S.iilY IIIVS, Itmnn Itvvsv, Iiidx' Iliwinhfltil Tht' Girls Aililvrit' Assotintioii .it Ifltiin Iiiiili Stliool h.is tht iiniqiit- humn' ut ht-inti ont' of tim' tlmirtur iiivinht-rs in thc Illintiis I,t'.iii1ii of High Sthtml CI.A.A.s. whith h.is sims iii'tmxx'ii to intliidt' stunt' -ION suhonls in thc stfitv. Using thv point svstt-in sct np hy this I.c.it1i1v girls :it Izlgin High 1n.iy txirn lvttsrs hx' p.irtit'iptitiiitq in innnx' cwtrii uurriuiilnr sports. At thv und of with sthiwl YL'LlI'tIII'IS.XX'III'1 the rs-qiiirvd niiinlwr of points i't'wivv thcii' luttt'rs. int'n:lwrship birds, .ind iiiciiiiwi' ship pins in tht' orq.iiii:.ititmii. Ihtf C1.A.A. htqiird. Xkhith incvts lwhiiw- sthtml, ttinsist ut .i rvp I'0SL'I1IilIiX'0 .ind tlnss thtiirnnin Irwin with givin thiss, .ind tht' sponsiui iVIiss Vvildti Logan, Bcsidt-s t'iictnir.itiiiiti t1iristut.ikt' piirt in ttnnpctitivt' Lind iiidix'ithi.iI sports. tht' tliih to-spmistmrt-d rin .innii.il 'I'h.iiikstqix'iiiti diintt- xxilh tht It Cliih. stuld pvntils with thv liiiskt-tlmll stlivdiiltr printvd on thvni .ind ht-lpcd sptnisor tht- Pep Cluh. flirls tilsiz twink p.irt in stiitvwidt contcsts suth Lis howling, zirthcry, Kind hzisi-ict shooting. .is well ai niimefrons plziydzivs with neighboring schools. Tha- -:thu-rs uf CQ,A.A. fur tht' Iirst sviiivstvr wt-ix" Ht-.i IIt-niiinii prt-sidcnt: Biirh Ixonitzki rind Didnt- P.irtridtiv. vigr-pwsitit-iits: .ind 'Ibn Tift. surt-t.irv-trciisiirvr. Scttnid sviiicsttfi' iiffiwi's iiitiiicivd Didnt Pgirtiwdtio. president: N.ini.x' Hcnnintivr .ind Dmnt- VV.istiivi', Yitt--pr'i'si dvnts: .ind Toni Iifr. svtrcttiry-trczisiirvr. TENNIS I:riJnt rum' ll.-r.l Iiiliv ,II.iI'I1.iRkNIi1. I.vn.ui't' Sllliiiii Bntk nm Aiiiiuiiinrit- Stir-iiiii-r. Imt-Ivix Aikiii. Iniit-I VViIii':' I7.Ii1k' I EX l9Ay:5icaf jiffnedd .S?re55ec! .qlwouglz fgarficilaafion MODERN DANCE . . . The Modern Dance program provides an opportunity for girls to develop poise, coordination, rhythm, and creative ability. This years President was Ian Weisinger: Vice- President, Barb Logan: Secretary, Martha Molitor: and Treasurer, Norma Hendricks. The organi- zation was under the sponsorship of Miss Anna Collins. Programs in which The Modern Dancers participated included Fall Frolics, an assembly, and the Contemporary Arts Festival. Early in November the dancers attended a Northern lllinois Modern Dance Workshop at Glenbrook High School, an opportunity to study with the finest Modern Dance instructors in the area. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left row, front to back: Mary Ann Lullie, Nancy Chislctt. Diane lurqens Right row, front to back: ludv Lamphere. Marv Kav Osinun Sharon Christensen Page l 39 - QM .AAvay6 Cfivv VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Bottom, clockwise: Mary Sternberg, Toni Tift, Alice Darnell, Bea Henning. Margo Spinkt-r, Kathy Kennedy. PEP CLUB . . , Perhaps one of Elgins best public relations agencies was the basketball pep club. This group of near- ly five hundred students, practiced with the cheerleaders several times through- out the year and always produced a large voice for Elgin High basketball fans. The pep section was guided in its efforts by three never-tiring cheerlead- ing teams. SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS Left: lane Thompson, Sandy Gustafson, Sarah Cantrell, Indy lVlcKeown, Pat Lea. Sue Schurmeier. Page H0 Ackemann s Department Store 168 Hlghland Ax enue AGP Food Stores 205 South Groxe Ax enue Anderson s Insurance Servlce 155 East Hlghland Avenue Barnett s 10 South Groxe Ax enue Ben Franklnn Varxety Store 1120 South Street afmnfs Wmston Bennorth Insurance 8 Real Estate 187 South Groxe Avenue Bergan Memorlal Chapel 310 South Stare Street A Frxend Bloemkes Handbags Luggag Leather Goods 167 East Hlghland Axenue Blum s 15 Douglas Avenue Mrs S L Bond 309 Wmg Park Boulex ard Brotzman 8 Blggers Chevrolet 227 South Grove Ax enue Dr Wxllns Brown Elgm Tower Bulldmq 100 East Chlcago Street Brucewood Bullders Custom Btult Garages Bunge s 280 South Groxe Avenue Bursteln Brothers Food Market 805 Wwlnut Avenue Kay Campbell s Sportswear 150 East Chlcago Street Carbary 8 Carbary 501 Tower BllllCl1I'lCj Carswell s 222 EastCh1C'aqo Street A Frlend N P Collms MD Professlonal Bulldmg Commumty Iewelers 60 South Groxe Cooper s Pharmacy 113 Walnut Ax enue Leo R Cox 191 South Groxe Avenue Damels and Clark 221 223 East Chxcaqo Street Danner s Men s Wear 4 Douglas Avenue Del s Cycle Shop 266 Dundee e 8 Sales Prnqe 141 Don s Little Bit of Everythmq South Grove Avenue Don s on the Hull 219 East Chlcago Street Beatrlce Dorsey 120 Washlngton Street Dundee C N Doyle Insurance and Real Estate 18 East Chlcago Street Doyle s Grocery and Market 475 Walnut Avenue Elgm Cobb Optxcal Company 121 South Grove Awenue Elgm Corrugated Box Company 824 Raymond Elgm Federal Savings and Loan Assocnatxon 176 East Chtcago Street Elgm Letter Shop 15 Zxegler Court Elgm Lmoleum Mart 421 Dundee Avenue Elgm Lumber 8 Supply Company 222 Douglas Avenue Elgm Sheet Metal Company Heatlng 8 A1r Condltnonmq 922 Dundee Avenue Elgm Softener Corporatlon 134 North Grove Avenue Elgm Storage 8 Transfer Company 300 Brook Street Elgm Wnrmg B Flxture Company 109 Walnut Awenue Ettner s Shoe Store 8 Douglas Avenue Excluslve Cleaners 1061 North L1berty Street The Fabnc Shop 57 Douglas Avenue A C Ferl Realtor 251 Dundee Avenue Fnshburn s Pamt 8 Wallpaper Company 165 East Hnghland Avenue Fox Electric Supply Company 67 North State Street Fox Roller Rmk South State Street Road Frey Hanchette Insurance 229 East Chxcago Street john C Frledland Elgm Tow er Buxldmg Frlendly Loan Company 16 East Chlcago Street Gebhard Gxfts Douglas E1 l-llghland Avenues General Servxce Company Bow 235 South Elqm Y Y 44 u a n YY Y a Y Y 7 . 1 . 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' Good Luck fo the CLASS of 59 EIU-U UI ul RK sruolo !IXr1W1m,1mw1aWM Besf Wlshes Io fhe Class of 59 BAZOS BROTHERS DRIVE IN CLEANERS 'I03 DOUGLAS AVENUE 229 NORTH GROVE STREET Compl1menIs of GA BT' cial WJMSQ Open for your convenience evenings unhl 8 O0 650 DOUGLAS AVENUE mm, me ELGIN DAILY COURIER NEWS m A Good Neighbor and ml ob Friendly Servani Since I874 EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 Besf WISl'I6S ELGIN LOAN and HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION I6 North Sprung Elgm Illnnols BEST WISHES ELGIN METAL CASKET COMPANY ELGIN NATIONAL BANK THE BANK WITH YOUNG IDEAS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Member F D I C Besf Wrshes Io the CLASS of 59 ELGIN ORGAN INC 419 DUNDEE AVENUE Good Luck Io the Class of '59 ELGIN SWEEPER CO Compliments of EVERGREEN'S Fme Food and Coclda1ls ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Route 31 Dundee, Illinois I"IAZel 6 4848 Pnqe I-I-I ' 1 1 T I o p O ,INXXIIII I I Ilf'l!1,,0 52 ' W , x , , I I II 0 Q I f I f g xx W 'clk ILL-I' QS ' ' H . . . X ,f,'f'M:xIIIXW'k I 1 I ALWAYS FIRST FOR SAVINGS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOC OF ELGIN I4 East Chacago Street Congratulations to the CIass of 1959 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ELGIN ILLINOIS Member F D I C FLOYD S AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Servuce For I0 to T00 Luncheon Monday through Saturday I Male North of Rt 72 on U S No 31 HAzeI 6 3312 CARPENTERSVILLE FOX VALLEYS LARGEST FORD DEALER ELGIN MOTORS INC 2355 Grove Elgm III GROMER SUPER MARKETS 820 NORTH LIBERTY STREET 707 WEST CHICAGO STREET LAMP Compliments of CONSTRUCTION COMPANY II7 DIVISION STREET Good Luck to the Class of 59 P A R A G 0 N Wholesale Plumbing and Heatmg II80 DUNDEE AVENUE Elgm lllmous Alteration and Cleaning PAULS TAILOR SHOP PAUL HEIDENREICH Mrllmery Accessorres and Brrdal Wear 0517106 Q16 11011 U O71 650 Dundee Avenue Best Wishes to the CLASS of T959 ROTH S PHARMACY I75 EAST CHICAGO STREET Pq H5 O I I I O - I I . I Men's - Ladies' Tailoring O C . 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Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 1

1971

Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

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