Sycamore High School - Leaves Yearbook (Sycamore, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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By dedicating this book to l PATRICIA WILLIQ the member of the school and her classmates of the graduatmg class of 1952 are attemptmg to draw attention to '1 glrl whose lne reflected somethmg good on all those who sulrounded her She was the type of person ws ho was always thlnklng of othels Pattv vsas a gond student and partlclpated ln many school aCtlV1tl6S She was always gay and happ and leady to haxe fun xx 1th hen frlends Thus lt IS fittmg that we dedlcate our book 111 hel memoxy E . .. . . . . ., . C . . V Y , v . 1 v 1 H 1 . .. V . . -1 1 , -f 1 -v 1 y v . ' ' ' . . 3 . , S vsmi.esu,mo. -Lu The Pf1t11L1.1 ll1ll1S 3111 .ucl Iw looked fo1x1f11d to muh 11.11 bx those ot the school who posxesx outst.111d1ng n1us1cf1l .1b1l1tx and, the1eto1e, fue ellglble lOl thls 411.1111 IL.1Lh 59611 lt 1s fm curled to .1 we-11101 lOl h1s 01 he1 mte1e-sts and pf11t1c111.1t1on m the muw1c de11f11tme11tx It ls .111 ho11o1 to IGCQIXQ C111 axx.11d vshmh 18 g1xe11 1n memorv of P.1t11c1.1 Vl1ll1s, xx ho also had the same essentml 111te1 ests IH the field of mum: Adminisfrolion Royy 1 M1s Brown B Dunmoxe H George K Elhott M M1ner Royy 2 N Scherer E Safford Board of Educatlon Oul s hool boald an agencv cleated by state layy hae the 1mpo1 tant functlon of 1JI'0X1CllHg educatlonal sely lcea fox the boyb and gule of the Sycarnole communlty Thls duty requ1res many hou1s of study by ou1 board memberx Meetmga ale held legularly on the Second Tuesday of each month Inspectlon M1 Lease N:-Jn 'df At p1 esent the constructlon of tvyo neyy elementary bLl1ld1HgS hae 1nVolyed extra SBSQIODS ChO1C9 of sltes the archltect Q plane the consultatmnb the finance prob lem and th engaglng of contractors haye been blg steps toyyald the atta1nment of much needed clasnoomb Included IH each of these schools yy1l1 be a kllldfllgdltell tyyo looms for each glade one through slx a ylsual alds room a l1b1a1y a play loom a Cafetel 13 a nurses loom and a speech correctlon room The bulldlngs a combmatlon of the most D13Ct1C3l and archltecturally halmonlous 1deas yy1ll DlOX1d9 good edu catlcnal facllltles It IH hoped that these modem one story t1l.lCtll1 es yy 1ll be ready fOl occupancy by S9lJtQITlb91 of next yeal The luge play QIOUHCIN yy 111 algo serye as Y1Q1gl'1lJO1h00Cl parks fo1 pe1sone hymg IH the y1c1n1ty of the xchooli Ou1 bofucl membeu Nlcholas Schel er plexldent Nlu Henle lNI1ner secretaly B1 une Dunmore Kenneth Elllott 'NIM Helen Gcoxge Gul Hoy 918 and Edyyald Saffold h ue ll9ITl0l'lNtldt9d the1r educfx t101"1ll fOlLSl2.,ht ind lntelest ln the yyel fale ot the Qy camoxt boys and gnle 3 ' - T' 'ov Y L . ? At l . V . . . - - , , ' ' r - v - , . , . . . . , . ' 'O 1 1 . v . 1 ' , . L' v , U . , S y I v fw ' 1 . ' ' ' -. ' 1 ' 9 K V . . " ' ' w .J . ,t ' , ' ,' , ' 9 K A 1. K. . ., L l K ' L. l, .Y ' W, ' ky v . , O : . U 1 v I j. ' r M f L' ' ', A . - f' N. 1 . . . . . , s 4 'yi r yi . 1 , T . , . . 1 1 v-1 1' 9 f 9 ., 9 1 y 7 I. ' ' ' A, L , . ., w 1 l l . V 1 l v . 4 1 v- 1 v' - . ., "M J c f. .W .' X 1 -y v Q - . 1 1 v' v . - . Y 7 Y . . 1 1 1 Y 1 1 v. V 1 c L . . . . 1 1 I 1 1 1y ' v. . R . . . v v , , W . .. W . . . , .. J' . 5 .-A , 1 1. u 1. 1 1. sv. . , . . . 4 4 , U , Y 1 .- 1 ' - . 11 I .J , , Y A -- I K U 1 A .rig 2 A tv .ig . . . -is , f - . 1 . -f ' ' I -T c ., c' Q 2 .,.. ,- 2 . sf. . - .. ' ., Y. '.y v- 1 "L, ' . .- - 5 Adminislrolion 'R Richard Lease xlll L1111te11dc11t L Q It 9 Cloud 'NI une o 1 11xe1 ltx ot Mmnem if-5 r x mced P C I 111xe1 1U of Ch1c'1Lo Nollh we tClI1 ind Lmxu 1 w oi NTITIIICSUTW The Administration of the Sycamore High School has been working hard all year to promote the geneml uelffue of the wchool .md to lmploxe fac1l1t1es fo1 the student body The admlmstratlon hae been IDX olx ed thlg yeal ln plans fo1 the new Qchools 11h1ch ale to be bullt thu eumme1, yet they haxe found tlme to be of help to thoQe who needed adx 1ce The 0ff1C9 has been of gleat aexmtance to 89111013 by Jeeee Shrout H11.h N hool 111114111 I Algccbm HINEI 1111 LTIIXLI 11x M x n1xe111x o L o 141 Ruth lortrlght QD C 111 1 11 ulum Lum 1n 1101 lNlIll1 lu1T.ral Colle e IlllllOlQ km audngmg 1nte1x1exu mth mollege leplesentfxtlx es and has alded vs 1th school and 1ob placement bx u11t mg transcllpts I Wesles Parker 11141 1-115 1th K1 L 1 e l 11u1 loxx1 They haxe dsswted the undel c ld s S m e n by keepmg 16CO1dS xx h1ch w1ll be valuable to them 1n the futule and by helplng neu studente who muet ddmbt them selves to the hlgh School SOC19tX 6 If X - ' ' 4, v . . L. X I . ' v . . . W 1 1- my f 1 ' ' . tu. - 151 'hers Coll fe, A Sm. ,. ,li Qu . - L' I lvl A ' 'S' j ' ' Sita, ' v v ' 4 ' . 1 ILS., M.S. v v . A . ' X' Al! A .11 ut f"'- . ' ' 1 K '11, .1"- -l l fi Y ,, U F ' Z 7 I V l 'Skt-V ' , Y 1 ' .' 4 ,' ' ' .Sh .' I ' L . 'f Sc- ' " -' :1 , .. U " 'sity of lll'1 is BS ' ' '-'f' 3 ol' hviSK'41llSlll, U " 'S' j l' 'ul rad 1 ' t , . ' ' 'd' 1 ' ' , 'f ' " ' sr Va: . lf11ive1'sity of ' ',, B.S. Colun1l1i:1 L'11lve-1'si1y, M.A, ' i iiiflfi 355315 1 .. . Y VL. v L Y 1 V I ' 1 - . . I. S . v K- . . L- . v - K - .' 'I Ju '1- High l'1'i111'ipz1l - . - . ' ' ' I' fl I 'nd 1 2 4 - v . -.', , Stal f1"-'siiy of 'z, " ' l ' B.A., M.A. ' ' ' ' ' 1 . . w '1 K A U L V . v . . U I . . 1 4 - Q L1 A v A 1 " - - . Q K . V7. . Alvin Qui n Mis Maxwell Two heads are better than one Its a small world. Miss Billett R. Read. J. Erickson Ylargaret Adams N1 mlm f 14lrlLlyulS Cullum W uni Quorum incuitx f W1 for utmeteln xx Ida Arlson Maxwell he enth C1 ule Ilneiton Colle e B X Urev Arnold Jr V01 al MUSIL Olivet College Ii N Lnnei'-.ity ol Illinois S Viola Billett sat' XYorld History IYhez-iton Collegn ILA. fvrthwestern I'nix'ers"j,-, llI.A. 'nivcrsity of Conrmm Alton Brand Band, Instrumental Music North Central Colleue. Ii.A. Vanderc-ook School of Music Northern Illinois Slate Teachers College 7 L "' f .ig , ft , -' in we la, I VTEVMA , Q up X I f X , P -., . 34. 9. ' " l lfiga 1 3 V if O I O Admlmslrohon Ifnvlifl 1, 4 Ol- " Cwlleuv, ILA. r.1'.iy ' lI..X. I ' I'l ""slty of ' l ': I 'At I'r " j rn isin K4 'l s -' If: i 'ersity - 2 I . 5, v l . 9 ' 1 .Iv 21. r-' .-B I --.K Mnv- Q 9 , we , , If in n X L Nr ll It I I. l lc AdlTIlfllSlfCJllOfI Ruth Bunse lwmnd Home xlllxllly. I Elghlh fllfl0 Home Makm Nmth lu ll 1l College 5 Lora L hrlwtlan hth I 1 1 Q INu1il111n Illlll0lS State Teachexs Collc-1,1 nlxeunx f Chlvago Uxmnenntw of W1sconsm Umvu ltv of Irma W hltex 1te1 St 1te Teac-hels Cnlle L Ellen Follmer L ll Ill 1 lou 1 St 1tL Tc uhers College B A Nmth1xeNte111 Umversxty MA Ln xewxtw of Ill1n01sfL1h1a1x I 11 Lnlxexwty Walter E Hauswald fhmnn tn l l1vNllx f1l1e1f1l N4 1411112 111 1 111 1 flllll 1l College Pl 111 of Iowa Vlarv Jewell Holbert I 1 11 tu 11 VI lll1Cl'l'lBtlCS elm lhulugx xx 1 L ul 1 nf Imx'1 11xe1 lx of 11111 8 I I C ' s ' '.' l': " g .' ' '11 'z , Bf. V, 1 y n I .J Ei: l': fl' r, , L. .V A' 0 . Y ' ' va ' S 2 ' 1 :rx il 'z 'hill 'z C z - -1 ' f , Training.: 4111 Q " 1 l l': z '- ': , B.A. Vlliv 'S' j ' , M,A, . . v , ' ': ' "1 1 1 1 ' ,, AI: '11 I , lu ': SU111' ' luxe lvlllYt'l'Sllj' '., B.A. , U1 " 'si ,' 'a J Jordan, 'Vhss Hulbert Prom promotion Sex en come elew en Mr Leshe N Racme Nla11elt'1 Hulbert Iiunlxlupy lll Nlwvlvh and Txpm nu 1 1 P u n fnlle 1 Q Colle 0 luxx Ntxe Yexrhu lle L nur uw Lolm no Lharleb H Jessen fenu ll Sclence Fngehlh Flade N rmhl Junun iolle N0lIl1E'll1 Illmms Stxtn 'IL uhms College B N L uxel ltx of Indlmm Pete Johnson Co xr h w'1lS1tV I1 High Industrial Axis NUllllElll Illxnm-. btxte TE2lh9IS College B5 NY 'NUlb9lfS College Colm xdo Qtate M A Lmxex lty of Culmado Pearllabell Jordan l l hen: h rl e L If tltuu nn N Ate lull N X D mdld I eslle 1 Au Ht 9 Aclmlmslrohon Admlmslrohon We 1 5 I l Robert Lukas Colch Iiosh Sopli Nexgnth lmde I 1 Cxdmte JI Col exe hmth Ctntml Lolle e AB Lee Mathes 1771104101 of Athletics Couh Ihnei Txainmg Course lxuksville State Teachex College Lmverslty of Iowa BS MA Umxelsxty of Coloxado Marv Ann DICKIDHCX F1 dish 1 9 Ameiimn History Wisconsin State College W hlteixater B S Unnex-.ity of Wisconsin Lora Miner Ai' '::lp:u'niso Universi y ' imp.: M-lide j of 'ine Arts Applied Arts School Ellen Paterson Czifeteria Clothing Foods University of Illinois. B.A. University of VVisConsin Columbia University 10 Mr Mathes, C Sundly At Last' Headlines and deadl nes V. Willke, H. Bergquist, Miss McKinney Miss Ro endahl Well " Under a watchful eve Mr Strombom D Kendall R Astlmg An Administration Duane Rose zXlllCl'lC'2ll'l History Social Problems Northern Illinois State Teachers College, B.S. University of Illinois, M.A. University of Michiilnn A ! Shirley Rosendahl 1 I 1 nls Physical Education Health Driver Training Course Youth Central College BS Lnnersxty of Colorado Aldrlch Stevens seventh Grade l 1 hth Grade Mathematics .Ir High Coach Northern Illinois State Armored Corps School 'leachers College BS C0lLllTlbl3 University Leland Strombom Industrial Arts Northeln Illinois State Teachers College BA Stout Institute MA Richmond Terrell Amicultuie Biology Purdue Lnlver-.ity BS MS W' 11 Administration I lla Toyynsend fi-fyx 'Q' ' ll Wlnebrenner ii? 3 'lx el, A5 1:-"" VQWQ' M1 Wlneblenner Ml Scha'1ck Thlrd row east slde 'Teachers School yyould llke to thank the teachers of the staff f0l then many SGIXICQS to us We seldom stop to thlnk of the tlme and effolt yvhlch they dey ote to OU1 educatlon and Chd13Ct81 bulldlng And as advlsors they attempt to gulde us along 21 better 10111 of llfe and open mole 01JDOI'tl,lH1t16S f0l us IH the futule Many 1101119 flle spent by them IH Dl9Dllc1tlOH fO1 thell deglees yyhlch IH tulll entltles them to the posltlon of 1I1StlllCtOl ln oul pLlbllC schools It lb the duty of oul teachels to 01 gdIllZ6 and plan oul ey ely day class yyolk lnd to present It ln an lntelestlng and lnformatlve mflnnel Beslde thlx duty they prepare questlonnalles to detelmlne the students leceptly eness to the sublect matter A teachel s schoollng does not stop yylth college but they must COHUHLIQ to lnfolm thenlsely es yylth plesent dey elopments IH 12 1190985115 lntol l'l1'lt10Il to thell students to 111619 ue them f0l the modeln yy Ol ld The txff of SQCKIHIOIQ Hlgh qchool has .fllyyflys tl1Cd to be 111StlLlm6Htil ln deyeloplng young men md yyomen ot yyhom they could be ploud Its llm yylll contlnuc to be thls ldedl Not long ago It yyas slld that 6dLlCit10l'l yyould do mole f0l the opplessed peoples ot the yyolld than any tmount of money thlS glelt countly could glye to them Thls 18 the leason th It OUI teachels fllends md lJEil6I'ltS tly to lmpalt to us the need ot an educltlon Not only must yye educ lte the nlllllolls ln dlstmt lands OLII teachels are dO1Hg' thell best fO1 us yye should do olll best fol them Each ye 11 ln June yye see Ill0Of ot thell 9ffO1 ts yy hen once dyfilll the gl xdultlng class of Qycamole Hlgh School dep 1ltS flO1Tl the school and entels the yy olld yy ell D1 epal ed and lefldy to flce the flltLll9 ,fl affine it V, 2. 'V 3 fy Ss-1' l'K'l1ll'y sf f lm.-v I " Url 's liusim-ss College A g 1 2 2: P ' ' -'-3' lf l h' ' ,V Q iffy: , W' lillglisll, 2, 3 fl Q L Illinois coll-.1-e. .l. 5 Its- Y 2' l'ulwl-sity of Illinois, lv1.A. xy'-i - J f V 9 CE ' ,T ' 97 VVe, the students of Sycamore High their field in order to fully convey tlle A , ' I K svkwk 1 v . I 1 C . . 1 Av Aw ' . Y 7 1 . Sl 2 v 1 s ' K . - ' . .' . , ' ' " ' 2 ' ' ' 3 .'2 2 2 ' ' f . y .K , . A A, ' ' . 1 A-my ks ' . Q 1 2 11 l D l 4 Q Li, Y ' ' 2 4 v7 2 t7 .Aw I 2 1 ' as ,' ' . T' 2 I 'K 'l. X I L1 1 I - 1 . ky ny. .w I L1 2 1 ULN, 1. kv. Q ' ' x ' by Asks v . 2 A 2 ' . L Y .v ' 2 . 4 L .,,. . S . 2 A H Q 1 ' '. L' 3 ', ' S ' - 1 ' - S ' ' ' f ' ' 1 . 2 ' , ' . ' v sts L, " , . I- 1 ' ' ' 1 1 A v . Z ' '2 2 ' is t ' ' ',Y . 1 1 V. n 1 w I I 1' ' L A A C A x P A, 'Lv As ' ' . - 1 v - - 1 - 1 K t' 2 Lafeterla l:,xe1x schovl div extent Clllllllg' se mestu ex1ms 01 othel lllbglllll Cass claws thue ue 1bout2o0 stude11ts SQIX ed 1 hot lunch 111 the Cat tQ11l Wltlfllll an l'lUlll On ou 181011 the nun1be1 has cllmbed up to fx letolr 304 Th1 18 qulte n iLCUI'!'lIJllNl1l'116Ilt exen fo1 the best Opel xtec rest lllldllll b t he e the1e tftxclenu 1nd 1 smooth ltllllllllg' sX stem T e llLltlltl0LlN xx ll pl xnned meal e1xel to the students ull' lnclude A lllllt ulce hot d1sh s1l1d 01 Xegetzble sxndulches mllk and desselt 'VI1ss Patelson 1s 1n change ot the tood plenardtlon serxlng and plannlng ot the entue 8812106 She has nmnv good helpers they axe Nhs V1ne1 Nhss Lane ind 'Vhss Hale for full t1rne work and 111111 ommfxtely slxteen students for XHIIOUS 1obs 1n the prepfuatlon of the duly meal Thelr dutles are xalled f01 mstfmce vs ztchlng the llne sellmg t1ckets and collectmg money ettlng up the counter serxlng the meal to the faculty md the students and cleanlng the trays and tables lfter the me 11 IS flnlshed Mlss Paterson RIISS Hale Mrs Vlner Miss Lane Mlss Rosendahl J Hooker R Frantum K H1HF1ChSeH Admlmsfrohon The cafete111 staff also seues lt m my fll1lCtlOI1S th1o Ighout the yeal Thev haue selxed mam fine mefils lllC,lLlCl1Hg' cl dellc IOLI5 tu1ke1 cl nne1 to the membe1s of the basketball teams and guests at the annual basketball bfznqt et -ak,-4-.kk O O O ., . , . 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K ' 1 I Admlmsfrohon Row 1 T Hoffman R Hudson L MOIFISOH Row 2 G LlYldSllOlT'1 A CWIDQDTQI G Carlson S Swedbelg Mr Sundlx cleans the gvm bullds cabmets C3195 fo1 the bollels and performs all zuound general 16133115 Mr Peplow cleans the studv hall glrls wash room and peut of the second fl001 M1 Hxndenbtug cleans the catete1 1a kltchen dmmg loom band 1oon1, 19Qt loom and mechanlcal dlaxung room Mr Frey cleans the fust fl0Ol pmt of the second tlool and the boxs xx-wh loom Swcohl ls p1OXll16d Vlth sexen bLlsQs and dllx e1s to tldnsport lLl1'll students to md flOl'll school The students appleclate then Xl0l1x Mr Hmdenbuxg Mr Sundly N11 Peplow Mr Fley , an 1" I I C . . .s.s s . , A K , 'VM' A 'I I ' Q H. ' : . , . , . 1' . : . ' ' , . .' '. y f s ' '-, . . ., ' . ' 3, ' ' ' js' '.. ' . V ' Y I . w, . v . VY . .S 1 v. l v. K' v kv S K " , L 1 vl' I1 -at w 1 fl v v 1 , N 1 . . 1 l . . 1 . 1. . 2 ' L' . l K 7 7 Y v l 1 A ' 1 Q .' 1 ' ' v iv. 4 v u 1 x . h ', . - Q- 1 - Y ' ssl- f t ' I . 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A 14 Classes 1,15 Class Colors: Red and lVhite tlass Flower Red Rose Class Motto Today Is Done Tomorrow Beckons Class Officers M1 s Adams R Kus L Sallberg B Sellexs L Cone Class of 52 As the du ot graduatlon lpproached 11941161 and n ner Senlors began t0l93llZe that thls was the last vefu fol them to entel through the portals of Q3 COh1 The past four VQHIS has been full of mem OTIGS memoues wh1ch exexy senlor wlll always tleasure All thl0Ll2.,l'1 1ts foul yeals at Svcohl haxmg leplesentatue membels 1n each school org,an17at1on In sports the senlor class Was xely proud of 1ts many fine athletes among., whom were All State football star Rodger Swedberg and basketball standout Wayne Mansfield The wolk of puttlng out the annual was handled by a nerx competent and efflcment edxtorlal staff w 1th Jane Cre1g,hton bemg lesponslble for the dutles of ECl1t0I'l1'1 Chief SCUIOFS assumed leadershlp ln all 1Ct1V1t16S Not long aftex the senxors assumed the11 dutles as the leaders of Sy cohl the cast for the class play The Llttle Dog Laughed was chosen and the hard Work necessary to make It the success that It was added to the dCtlV1tl9S of many semors Class Day one of the first steps toward graduatxon found many awards bemg bestowed upon deserung, senlors school Followlng the annual Class Day program a dellClOuS dlnner honormg all senlors was held ln the hlgh school cafeterla Brlngmg the close of thelr last school year nearer was the senlor class p1cn1c held at Starved Rock As the semors of 1952 leave Sycoh1 they leave many dear remembrances behmd but It 19 tlme for them to go out 1nto a world whlch needs young people such as they to help make lt a better place 1n whlch to lne Yes lt 19 t1me for them to leaxe for Today IS done Tomorrow beckons U ! W " 7 . s aj ' f ' ' z , " ' . - . . 92 . , Y ' ,., , ' ,H , L , . 3 .. 3 . K Y L . . A . M L. . - . 7 K KJ v 'I v , 1 . . . , , 1 r . C - I v ., . Y 3 V. Y . the senior class has been very active, who had helped to make Sycohi a better N T . I . u u . . . . . . . . . . , S, r V V y - . i . . ' h . ' I .7 v 7 7 V v . ' P 4 , l s . . v - ' r y 1 , Y , I 7 7 n 1 K Y ' ' 1 r' ' r ' . . . . 2 a . . . . Q Y I - 7 V a 1 4 . ., . 1 1 w ' 1 ww Y H ' .1 . 0 ' 1 1 1 Y . v V 77 . . , .. 15 Classes Allce Alta A Cdppell 1 nd 1 U UN Class cfllfflllllttll Class Plxy 4 A A 1 Leaves Business N1 xll' 'S 4 Leaves Eduomal ul' Mlxed Cholus i N XRQIIIDQI 5 4 Pen Club 1 2 Allen Alta O C Vlre Plesldent Llass Play 4 Mixed Lholus 1 Barbara Alexander 'lplxella 5 Chmus 1 Llnss Q0h"llllltt0.L A 1 A Icfuesx Busmtss stall MlX1d Chorus 4 MUSIK Louust 1 Operetta J I 1 Llull 1 4 John Arlson A Lappclld 4 Bfnskethall 1 OIUS 1 Clas Committee Class I .ax I Mlxeql 1 hollis :mutt 1 Roger Astlln ll l xox us 1 iss OHIHIIKIIQ is ' LN lomnu M xul fll1Jll1N 4 Musu C ontest 4 f"s .Ioan Bennett ll u Us 1 mum 'X es x Mlxed Chorus 4 1 11 ton est xx lm Apu . Sue Bennett vnu I l fJlll1ITIll.f.99 4 Student Dnectox x ll lex s 1 on x 1 mn xl Honm Su rl xx pl 1 Paul Bmklex Marx Bock ll el x mo Committee 4 lent Bu mess S A ent I-dnolxx lxed Lhm u xx 1 1 ual- nl num John t lldwell l X t x hordon Larlson nl yell and l 1 Comml tu Prltrlluxll lxul llnnu u lc C mtl t Marx Labsler II x Committee 1- H A L Bu mes nt Melw ln L astenson 0 I N C omml ee Barbara L hrlstensen N 'HU 'N 'sr-1l""' ggi" un' Uiws 6 mx SW! 'Q' fis 'W sf -5 "T Robert L larner G , 4' 4 dsl lr Q:-'17 Classes Mars Clawson unu bln x Pl my 1 ommlttee Mnxul Choruw 4 Lorraine Cone md 1 h JIUN 1 1 Offuer NL lc! ny 4 I' HA 4 I1 ues Buslnew- Stuff gnu. Pdllllll N u Muni Contest J C Marlene Cook ml mule-xdu noxus tl S llny Lomml ee I I L nes liuslruss St :lf L xr llouxl Ntlfl Mixed Chorus 4 l Jane Lrelghton xppell x monu Qoxmnltlu le ues Bu mms I' L L Cllllil xtl 4 ltoz N xul Chorus 4 N 1 u Contut N muon ll Honor Slbiltty L xx 1 n LH l Ill Q arroll C rumbacher iolnnxlltu Classes Das ld Deutsch A Donna Dotv xppella 9 3 nfl l mus 1 4 lx s Lommlttee s 1 lr urs Business Qlufl' 9 '3 Asst Business ML! liuslnrss Munu..c1 1 MlX0d Chmus 4 uslc Contest 1 'i N.-ltlnnll Honol 5011015 3 Pleslrlent A N xxspxpel 1 -1 Olwerctta. 3 lep Club 1 I aVonne Duncan 'Ind 1 Cheerlexde! 3 C mus 1 'S Class Plav 4 A A 1 Ie:-nes Business staff loans Fdltmml gill? Mlud Cholus 4 xx papal U Bettv Edwards A Cdllllelld. 4 mus 1 9 I lass Play Committee Ienes Fdltmlal 4 ht Frlltm 1 N Cunte t 'cull x Sheila Ells mus 1 :ss Commlttee 4 fl is I ldv Committee 4 Sermtnv J Xue pusxdent 4 l lcsulint 4 lc nes Busuu s still Mixed c.ll0lUS 4 m Club 1 '51 +4 lf- Rodnew Fant Basketball 1 Man une: 1 Cl nss. Commute-1 4 C' nss Oli El l xesldcnt 1 Vue lnesldumt 3 llx s P115 Comml e mth All Martln Florent 1 OC 4 Vllt1ll9Nldll1l 4 l lskctlwxll 4 C' as fmnlnltue 1 xss lllv Lmss f,,0Ul1t,lV 1 lwmtb ll A X me me ldent 4 xntm Club Tuck 7 Nacola Franklm mus 1 7 A 1 OIJCIEYYZ. 3 Pep Club 'S Dorothw Frederick Appell 1 1 ll ind 1 mxu 1 lxss Lommntec Lluss Pl xy 4 A C1 A A 1 Le nes Business Stall' Mixed Choxus Music Contest 7 P 1 Club 1 3 .low ce Fredrlck xppdl 1 nd 1 oxus 1 Cluss Lummlllee 1 Class Oiluer Neue! arv 9 C Ass Pliy 1 A Leaxes Business St 1 l Leases l'd1tmul 'atxif MlX9d Chorus 1 u lL 1 nnte t l IN itmnxl Honm Soudy 4 Opuctta 3 ev Club l Patrlcla Freeman Kemper Hall 3 Raton Txurler 7 horuf 1 Class Pl mv Commxttee A 1 A 1 eue aff 1 Dolores Gantt gt Patrick Hu.h School mu C' A 1 MlXEd Fhorus 4 Joan Graw A C urpella 4 nlus 1 Cds-. Pltx tommlttet l A elves Bllsllll Ntxl Leue F xtml xl Nt ull Llltlily Fdltor 4 MIXUI Chorus 1 Musu Iuntest 4 1 mn nl Honor Noun x Neuspxper 0 verett 1 1 Pew Club 1 Marllene Gras 11 1 e mu 1 C A s Ilu Cflfilllflllltt 'Nhxul Chmu 1 u lf C :me t C p Jerry Henderson Hzrketln , L, 2, 'z tu' L 'mrlls ' : sg l'mmni -c Ifrmtlru , L., 2, rz nur: - ,' z ' z K' u 1 I . Classes Jeanette Hendrlckx Luther Instxtute Choruw Cl we Committee Claw. Play I- HA 4 secretary 4 C' A 1 4 Leuei Busmesfl Staff Newspaper 3 Shlrlev Henrw Chorus! 1 9 3 A 1 Ieaxes btaff 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 Nexupwper '3 4 Pep Club 1 Ravmond Hove C I Iss. Pl xy C ommlttee 4 utll xll A vntnn Club S L k Jean Hudson xppelll Z ton Txxnlu 1 mmu 1 t t Committee 4 tla S Pl xv Committee 4 lr H X Le me xll' 1 MlX9li Lhoxuw 7 'Vlu xc Contest 7 Upelett 1 1 Llulm I ouanne Hull 'l et-rlezu -' 3 , ' uru- ' 1 N: Committee ' 1 fx Officer " 'Q-a.'ul'el' Z ' ' -s lllxg Committee 1 .ezyes I-Iclitnrial Stu . 1 Edit I Nutimrnl Honor Society T.- ,' -A-1'et:x1'y . ' 'XK'.'ll2ll el' 5, Classes bw en Isham Chorus 1 3 Class Commlttee I-'HA 4 A Leaxes Busmess Staff Leases Ed1tor1al Staff New spaper 3 4 1 Llub 1 3 Jean Johnson Chorus 3 Mnxed Cho: us Opexetta 3 Ann Joslvn Cholus 1 2 Class Committee 4 Class Play Commlttee A 1 Qecretaly 1 Leaves Busmess Qtaff Pew Club 1 'S Jeanne Joslyn AVO C 2 ACappelIa 1 2 3 oxus 1 2 Class Play Committee A 1 Leaxes Staff 1 Music Contest P 1 Club 1 3 4 Dale Kendall Class Play Committee 4 i. C -V: 4. ,L L arole Koch A Cappella '3 Chorus 1 Class Committee 4 Class Play 1 I' ag., Tvxlrler 9 3 4 FHA 1 A 1 Leaves Staff 2 MlX9d lhmus 4 Newspaper 3 4 w Club 1 '3 Richard Kus A V O C 1 Tn xsuxer mus 1 Cass Committee 4 Class Offnel Xue luesldent A Class llay Committee 4 al Lenes Qtaff ' 'S N uspmu 3 Bett v Larson onus 1 Class Play Commlttee Flag Tulrler 7 3 AA Leaves Business Staff Leaves Edltorlal btaff Seuetsuy 4 Mixed lholus 4 Neuspapel 4 P x Club 1 'S Llovd Larson OC 1XCxppella 4 onus S Class Commlttee 4 Class Plav 4 A Repmter 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Music Contest 4 Opeletta 3 Raymond Larson Basketlrill 3 4 Manaser A Chorus 4 Class lommittee Class Officel' 'l're-nsurer Sec-rt-tm'y 3 ' otlwall 3, - ' -vaptuin - Treasurer 1 Vive-lrresident 3 President 4 I1 ramural 2, 3, Spartan Club 3, President 4 Wayne Mansfield Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4 Cl nw Commnttee 4 Class Play 4 Crow Country 4 Football 1 Spartan Cluh 9 rack 1 J acquelme Mason A OC 1 2 C orus 1 3 Class Play Commlttee Fl IL Twslrler 1 A 1 G A 1 Mwed Chorus 4 Operetta '3 Marllvn McConn Belvxdere Hxgh qchool 1 Genol lunrston Hugh bvhool 3 Marguerlte McCullah A Cappella '3 nd 1 orus 1 Class Plxy Commlttee 4 H A A 1 Leuu Ldltorlal btaff X t Literary Fdltor '3 Mlxed Chox u-. 1 hitlonal Honor boclety 4 u lL Contest 1 Operetta J 1 Club l John NIcDonald ind 1 wketball 1 Mmap.,er 4 4 la-.4 Committee Cross Country 4 Football 1 Intramural Music Contest 1 bpartan Club 'P 3 4 Secretary 8: Treasurer ack 1 Classes David McMillan Baskelhall 3 Manager Football '3 4 F A 3 4 Intramura Track 7 Marx Merchant C orus 1 2 '3 Clx Play Committee 4 Judy Mlchael A Cappela 4 Chorus 1 9 Clxss Committee 4 l law Plxy 4 I- H A 4 Treasurer 4 A 1 Leaves Busmess Staff Leaves Fdltorlal Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Mu lc Contest 'E P v Cluh 1 3 'llargaret Mlnnlhan oxus 1 'P Cla 4 Committee 4 Cl: Offlcer xeuetuv 1 Clas Pln Commlttee 4 -X A Leaxex Staff 1 ' 'S Nenxpapex 1 Club 1 'B Xue me ndent 4 Norman Racine md 1 1 lmetball 1 9 Cl: 4 1 ommlttee 4 Cln Officer President I-oothall 1 Inu xmural l. Mixed Chorus National Honor Society bpartan Club 9 3 4 President 4 ack 1 Lf, , A - 4 ' 8 ,Z 4 4 , 1 ' 1 2, 3 4 T , 2, 3, 4 , ' L l . 5 V. l .V. . . , , 3, 4 A . h , 2, l . ' , . 4 I y I ' " 5 ' , ' h . , , . I-'.H. . . 4 , Q ,SS . .A, . - Q V 'V 5 Vs 1 - Y . ' ' . . , -, 3, 4 1 ,Y L ' 2 ' C GA. . , 2 Q y 1, a, 4 ex . Ba , 2. 3. 4 Ch ,- , 2, 3 . , V - Ch - : , - 1'. . . 4 . ' G.A. . . 2, 3, 4 ' HS ' 2, 3, 4 I V. , F ' is if ' ISS-A - ,'. 4- ., V, I-'.H... 2. 3, 4 . , , A GA. . 3, 4 M SH ' ,- , 2, zz. 4 5 J - - 3 A 2' ' r Pei . 1. 4 Pei ' , 3, 4 ' 3 - 'S' rf, J ,xr W f V' Y . , V B1 , 2, 3 B2 . 2, 3. 4 I Bas' ' , -. 3. 4 Bar- , 2, rs, 4 ' wif ' ' 2 ' ' zss ' ' ' 4 - , 2. 3 ' . , ' , 2, 3. 4 ' ' , 2 It 'z 2 V: , . ' 2 - . 2, 3 3 -, f .' ' ' ' 4 1 1 1 S 4 , 4 U ' . ' 4. 'rr ,2.3.4 L , H Tr ,2.3,4 21 Classes Charles Read 0 L Nec Treas I oothall 1 JoAnne Reh lppellw 1 2 rpms 1 Z llflxw Play Commxttc I HA Mixed Chorus l Musto Contest National Honor Bounty em Club 1 John Revnolds OC 2 3 Chorus 1 Mmxed Chorus 4 MUNIC Contest 4 'Frank 1 Clarence Rlch AVOC 2 CINS Commlttee 4 Ifootball 1 2 3 A 1 Watch Dog 2 4 Intramural 3 ack 1 2 Ruth Riffle clash Play Committee 4 c,AA2,34 in-1 Ns! 'ii' sf as .1 22 IC" X Larrw Sallberg nl U 1 Uttlrex un lwmtht I 1 lm xtlunxl H :nn Nor etx nut lll Iuu Dorothw Sanders, Peggv Schwlmmer Lmxxn Pomt Huh Sehnol Mixed Chorus -l SWIVIH Selfert B md 3 Cheerleader '3 4 C orus l 9 4 Class Commlttee 4 Claw. Play Committee 4 A 1 Semor Representatlve 4 Lexxes Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 4 m Club 1 '3 Presldent 4 Bruce Sellers Al'appella 1, 9, 3, 4 Band 1 Chorus 1, ' 'Z Class Offxcer Prealdent 4 Claw Play 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 9, 3, 4 Music Contest 9 3, 4 Oneretta 3 Janlce Shuev w mn Txxulex Chorus 7 A 1 Roger Smlth Band 1 9 Class Commlttee I-ootball 4 MUAIC Contest 'P Constance Strong Chorus 1 Class Play iommlttee 4 L avgs Staff 1 '7 '3 4 Rational Honor Society 4 INeu-.papel 3 4 m Club 1 3 Rodger Swedberg sketball 1 9 '3 Chorus 1 2 Cass Committee 4 otball 1 3 Intramural ' maltan Club 7 3 T ack 1 7 Pew erlv Svnnott olus 1 'P Class Play Commlttee 4 1 -X Nllxed Choms 4 Operetta 3 Pep Club 4 tj Classes Marlanne Trapp lOl l Cl us Commlttee 4 flux Officer lelsuler Clus Play Committee 4 I- HA 4 Lewes btaH' 1 Mlxed Chorus 4 Nexxspapel 3 4 l Club 1 Leon Troeger Basketball 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Class Ofhcer Vlce-presxdent F otball l 9 3 Intramural 1 Splrtan Club 3 4 wk 1 Manas-er Jane Ann Utter L RADDLACK UIUS 1 9 A A Leaves ldltorlal Staff Mixed C horuq 4 Newspaper 3 Opeletta .v Per Club 1 3 Ronald Wales Choxus 3 Football 1 lamun xl 1 2 Ntudent Counul 1 Bonnie Wallace X Cappella 4 and 1 rnus 1 C'a 5 Commlttee 4 Clx s Play 4 H A A Le nes Staff " Mixed Chorus Mum. Contest 4 Newspaper 4 1 Llub l Classes Bonnie Warner orus 1 9 Class Commlttec Cl me Play Committee President 4 A Vxce presxdc-nt 4 Leaves Qtafl' 1 7 'l Mued Chorus 4 Newspaper 3 Operetta 3 Pew Club 1 'S Helen Worden A .-xppella 1 '7 3 4 orusl 2 'S HA A Mnxed Chorus lN eu spaper 3 Operetta. 3 Pep Club 1 Carol Wlrsmg si Af appella 4 orus l Class Commxttee 4 Class Play QUlTll'l1l',t99 4 A X awcs Stull' Mned Chorus Muslc Contest 'S 4 Newspaper 3 Operetta 3 r Lluh l f""- 'HIV -r' X fs To The Class of 52 The t1me IS draw ng nearer To leave dear Sycohl, To teachers, fr1ends, and fun We soon must say goodbye Today IS done, tomolrow beckons Fond mcmorles dxd oertake us As we nervously stood ln lme, We know we can never rellve School days weve left beh1nd Today 1S done, tomorrow beckons We want to see Mom happy To make Dad proudly sm1le, To prove to all we love That we are worth then' wh1le Today IS done, tomorxow beckons A lurmg road leads onward, Our goals spread far and wlde More school? A career? A home? Soon these we must d9C1de Today IS done, tomorrow beckons We must move steadlly forward The future holds no dread As we have crossed the bay The ocean hes ahead 'Today IS done, tomorrow beckons " Shirley Henry 24 A s o 1 Ch , -, 3, 4 ' " - , ' 4 ' Ch .' , 2, 3 z.. ' -1 ' E: . ' F. H. A. 1. 1Z,3, 4 ' ' ' ' lr'.H. . 1, 2, 3, 4 GIA. , 1, 2' 3, 4 W V G,A..,. 1, 2, 3, 4 '- ' ' Le'.'.': 2,3 , , , , - . L. r, 4 1 '- . 4 ,A , . 1 . -, 4 , Per ' . 3, 4 'C' , -. . . Ch . , 4 , F. . . 1 I . W o.A. . 1, 2 Music Contest 2, 3, 4 V, J- - A sf 2 will 4 JN .4 1 V412-s Y .. V . . . H . . , , . nl ' . 75 , u 1 ' - . 77 Z 14 ' - Y! S 1 - 1 Classes B Sellers B Wallace D Frederlck R Snuth R Wales A Alta Now heres one Tomorrow beckons Seanad fqcfw Peoples choice Future chemlstsq 25 ' , 9 I O C O A, Jcslyn. R. Kus S. Bennett, J. Arison, S. Ells , r Q , ' . I Classes Mlss Hulbert G Benson R Hagen J Schmltt T Ernest Class Officers The JUH101 class entered the school 3Ct1V1t1QS wlth a Vkllllllg' and X1gO1OL1S Splflt agam th1s yeal They were espe c1ally actlxe ln XHFIOUS school clubs the field of spol ts ind IT1LlS1C1l ex ents Him IUHIOIN helped to make both the xeu book and the IILXKSIADQI 1 complete success Othe1s held ofhces IH numelous Olgdfllll TIOHS such is the Pep Club GAA the Spaltan Club and the Audlo X lsual Alds Club Hans lLlHlO1 boss plsx ed m11o1 1oles IH football basketball and t1ack uc TOIIQS th1s yeal A lalge pelcentlge of 1Uf1I0ls put1c1p1ted lll some fOlID of H1L1SlLdl lctlxltx e1the1 band Cl10lLls Ol contest xx o1k The e 1 s ldlN9d monex bs sponsoung aftel game dlnces selllng eoneesslons It basketball games and undel the helpful sor, the ILIHIOIS sold DGHCIIS bearlng the sports schedule The yumors also selected and finallx recen ed thelr beaut1ful class rlngs The monew that was 1a1sed helped the lLlDl0I'S sponsol the annual JLIDIOI' SQHIOI P1om The theme chosen fOl thls veal s prom vns Hauallan Paradlse XKl'llCll proxlded the settlng of a tlOD1Cdl beach All of the IUHIOIS selxed on at lezst one Class of 53 Row 1 T Elnet R Hagen D Hod e G Ben on D Carlson B Haka D Elhott Row 2 L Kmgsnorth C Johnston L Exans M Buettell V Kus N Inman S Haley H Bergquxst Row 3 S Fraedrlch P Behle1 R Carlson L Ebught D Dan1els J Jo1ner M Kmghton J Ex ans R Law 1 ence Ron 4 R Hal desty L Evans K Eby R Lane J Jordan J Lee R Fxantum F B1nde1 J Bergeson R Colhns I 1 1 1 1 11' 1 1 1 ' 4 v A 1 1 , c 1 c , 1 . A 1 W , I . w'1 J 4 , 2 1, 2 , 1. . 2 . ., V ,,, 11 " A1 ' 1 A1 171 U2- ' 1 '1 1 1 1 1 c. , , . . ., N T , 1 . 4 A v ' I 1 vw v 4 ' 1 ' A v 1 1, C1 C1 P . . 1 , 1 ' 1. v .1 v 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 C I 1 1 c 1 ., 1. 11 1 l 'l va ' 1 1 1 1 t A ' 1 ' v - s I I 1 h 1 4 1 W 1 . ww. 1 1 , 1 - c 1, 1 11 . c V' ' 4 1 v 1 1 ' L . , . guldance of MISS Hulbert, the JLIIIIOT spon- ' I aw N ' Y . . , 1 . . 1 N ' 1 y v '1 1 . ' ' A1 1 1 1 ' - ' 1 . . Q . n 1 1 .1 v 1,1 1 1 . . . , , . ' K ' 1 ' Y 1 1 1 1 1 ,I Y 41 ,A -- -, as , ' . . . . ' f' ' 1 ,X 1' ' A - Y. A l 1 ' 4 I ' ' Q g K, " ' .S S . 1 . as 9 : , ' S, . , . g . . s , . . . , . . ' : . , . , . ' , . , . , . . . . . . . Z . . . '1 - ' 1 - 1 1 . , . , . , . 1 1 1 - ' 1 ' - - ' Classes Row 1 G Sallbelg R Telrell G YL1llk61 lN Sanderson D Lmdgren P Skellex B Olson Row 2 B Orth J Stmk E 'Xlxldal R Peploxx C SD31tZ L Lungsuom V Wlllke M Saathotl M Rhodes Row 3 L Yardlew J Lungstrom C Sundlx B Smlth G Rum C Lopleln S Stlaln lN Wallocl 'VI Robelts Rovs 4 J Qulnn R Thompson R Tedtolcl D Noxxlen H Powell R Lensthoxx F Nhddleton J Sthmltt J Shlout D Strobelg ot the fixe commlttees These were the d6,COldtlOll, the program the TYILISIC, the 1l1Xltdt10ll .incl the lefreshment commxt tees The 1902 D1 om DIOX ed to be a. mem O1 able occaslon tor all those xx ho attended A llttle to the left plea In the future, th1s class 18 plannlng, blgger and better thlHg'Q to make the1r senlor year vsell worth remembellng and bette1 1nst1tut1on of learmng lNuttw work Mr Rose R Thompson D Hagen J Schmltt J Lungstrom l 3 M ' 1' ' f ' f ' .. R' ' ' ' ' - Sycamore Hlgh School an lncreaslngly sc ' , sein Y U, , ' 'nf Y o ' . V 'J gf ' - f 1 I V . , I , J t X C '. 14. - 27 Classes Row 1 J Elllott L Garland R Carlson R Johnson D Fuller R Hoffman Row 2 S H11lqu1st N Edwards K Masterson J Hooker K Lashbrook J Er1ckson P Flllweber B Burgart Row 3 S Lark1n R Hove D Holt B Kuehl M Ells R Horne G Lalley J Mason Row 4 C Hagen E Deutsch J Kerwln D Darhng E Hmdenburg M Lease D Blanchard S Etchlson S McM1llan Row 5 K Hln G Holland Class of 54 Class Officers The sophomole class enyoyed anothel happy year at the same tlme contubutmg M E115 M155 Blum to all school act1x1t1es Th1s class show ed thelr scholarly ab1l1t1es as they always had a hlgh 1e1 centage of students on the honol 1oll IN Parker P Flllwebel C Vandelbeek The class of 54 also p1ox ed to be athletlcally lnclmed fol many sophomores d1d a gl and 1ob on the hghtw exght squads ln football basketball and track The sophomore gnls were well rep1esented 1n the Pep Club and among the chee1 leaders to back these boys Many sophomores put a good deal of tlme and 6ff0lt 1nto the D1 oductlon of the monthly paper the Syco H1 Lltes and the Leax es Many w ele actlxe members of the school clubs G A A F H A F F A and A V O C The sophs ex en had mus1cal 28 -'Vx 7 M, M' .J ,v 11' 97 N , . 1 K W' -T3 A X LL rl I ,w 'FS lx V' 3 Il- M- an . , . sa.-4 jg 7 5 5 I ks' fl... if e , l ,, . . Y I : .' ' , . , . , . , . , . . . 1 I ! ' 7 ' 7. ' ! ' 7 ' 1 ' , . . : . , . , . , . ' , . ,' . I, . , . . : . , U. , U. , . I , . , . , . , . , . . . . - richsen, P. Burkart, M. Clark, D. Matteson, R. Matteson, T. Brotcke, S. George, 9 , 1 . LA . I 1 u v- w ' I 17 ' J v K . , I AN . j. ' Aw uw KN N V7 1 I W 4 N w J n A s , , 4 v . .L . K i nu 7 XE? I 7 3 ' 3, . , , . I . . u ,Q Q r ' ' 'Q , . . ., . . ., . . ., V , 1 ' :N . . . . s. Classes P Reh D Remala J Thuma J Spoor J Swedberg H Trapp L Selfer Lolterlng E0 Saturnalla tilents lol 1 huge DUINDQI p utlclpdted and the cl us DICHIC all of uhlch xx 1ll long Ill the bind incl Cll01LlS9S be 1emembered Some ot the many hlghllghts ot the Thus the sophomore class 18 plepared nefu wue the blology held tr1p the to face 4 promlslng future as upper G A A dance the Belxldele TOLl1Hdm6Ht classmen fly., Rou 1 J Smart J Merchant R Ott G SICDFBSQC E Worley D Whltnew Mlss Bxllett Row 2 J Thurna D RODIDSOH NT Parker C Vanderbeek K Waller Mundx 'NI Rhodes W luckel Row 3 J Rodgers P Reh R Reufs A Smxth D Read R Maxeus M Sellels N Solomon E 'VI1l1er Row 4 R W1ll1s J Sxxedbexe D Remala R Wmebrennel .J Remala M Weaxex B Scherer L Se1fer Row 5 J Sonor K Mulhgan H Trapp L Powell NI Van 'Vletel J Qulnn J Yunker E Safford 2.1 1 - 1 - . , . , . Y , . , ca 1 ' yn K . ll X 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1. . ww . . 1 ' ' V. c ., c 2 ' ' Z.. , I 1 4 I 1 w 1 1 I I A nl 1 . ' . 1 w 1 v wi .1 1 I . . . .,. . y 1 1 wx- - ' ' ' 1 . ' ' 1 w V . , 1 1 ' I v' 1 1 1 I ww . . . , , .. . ' nil .. Q 6 , -' Z- L1 - - I, g -r 1 , ' c I ' ., rg -. , 'W fl "' , lx ' -D I . Q A J, , - 1 lf., ,Y . 1 X A ' : . ' , .. - , . . . -, . , . N- Q ' 1 . , . , .. . . . . , b. ,'.-. -. . ' 'Z 2 . . . . . H, - , - . v V ' - . ' ' v - , . , . ,l. , .- . . . , . K. ' . , , , . ' , . - 1 A - - 1 - 1 ' a ' v ' . . . . . , . ' , . ' . A. 1 ', . , . . C Classes The freshman class had a good start th1s year gettlng acquamted Wlth the1r teachers 1n the four home rooms It took a few xx eeks to get acquamted vuth new comers and get 3Ct1V1t16S started, but the freshman boys added to the frosh soph football team and later to the basketball team The glrls got down to work ln Pep Club GAA FHA flag tw1rl1ng and the cheerleaders led the cheerlng sectlon 1n many cheers for the frosh soph team Freshmen also enjoyed w orkmg on other commlttees and 3CtlV1t16S The dances held th1s year, such as the Chrlstmas dance, G A A dance and dances after the games Were somethmg of a thrlll because, to most of the fresh H Anderson M Carpenter Mlss Paterson men' It was a new experlence J Swanson R Lahtl StLlCllES presented qulte a problem to the students, espec1ally yust a few days Class Officers before semester exams It seemed rathel Class of 55 Row 1 M Keller S Wessels G Edwards A Tedfold M Gooch R Garbbert J L Doty D AStl1Hg C Qultno Row 3 M Clalner A Damelson R Lahtl S Elllott N Coan J Ar1son R Blckford D Gray 'VI Strong N D1v1ne Row 4 E Sharp J Housewert L Johnson M Fox A Jackson C Conhn R Utter L Drake P Dugan Row 5 S Parker C Clark L Glazer G Helmerdlnger G Brooks L Coan H Campbell R Wales T Joslyn H Anderson 30 Y v . Y. ,- , . . ., . . ., , n X . . . , , - 1 y I , . , . . . , b . . 9 2 . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . Olson. Row 2: C. Cralgen, D. Buffington, J. Eklund, C. Primm, L. Mathey, D. Coan, . , . v , . . . : . ' , . . ' , . , . , . , . , . , . , l . , .- . : . , ' v ' a - 7 ' v - l l y - v - v - . : . , . , . , . , , , . , . , . , . , . . P Classes ,avi Row 1 J Lloyd Mmss Paterson Nl Burkart J Farmer E Astlmg J Thomas L Mrrotzmk Row 2 D Wrrsrng R Munson E Gray N Lockwood P Pulllam M Jenklns B Hodge D Synnott Row 3 E Hausen L Ross S Drnsmore J Swanson R Mmnman H Kellogg B Lenschow R Folowell Row 4 R Ferguson R Boyle K Raymond F Mason Qi Elllott K Dunmore M Johnson L Hoffman E Lee M Hall Row 5 T Andlng D ucker D Opperman G Edwards M Carpenter R Lmdgren D Inman J Racrch R Butzovx L Gustafson unusual to s1t so far auav from the next nelson and to haxe teachers walklng around, always looklng toward you at the xuon f tlme One of the exc1t1ng exents at least for exelyone except the freshmen, was freshman 1n1t1at1on Most of the freshmen had quxte an embarrasslng tlme that day Th1s first year 1n Sycohl vull long be lemembered by the freshman boys and glrls W Mansneld L Mathey R Svuedberg E Gray L Doty Mr Jessen S you are a freshman "' Troubles, Lyle" 31 7 v 4 1. u . 1 4 vp a 1 u 4 ' ' 'I ' 4 w an 1 4 v '1 v ' D 1 w . . I 1 I Vu w - Yo Y ' N V '1 w Y I l ' v. v4 1 A ' 5 - 4 . . ., , ' 1 v 1 '1 v 1 GSW , ' 1 v 0 , . , - Classes W li is 'T . '- U 'JU V7 9' f" c 1 A , ' . . ' 5 . - - -- . 1 I - Q s . 'l '3- V I - e, Q: , , . s t , Q 1 4 . , . 3 ' .1 v ' ' ' s. ,, - . L - , I '1 ' 4 . , - . ' j.. . ,, 4 1 7 q , , . , 4 - . K . l ,A . H . A . - A ' ,4 J , , ' - lx 1. 4 ' ' l A 4 . 4 'A' in ' . ' 4 ' . ul 5 . ' ' " '. fl ' J. a D 4 ' ' :-vw VA P 1 r 4 a . ' . rl a . T , Q: 4 1 , ' ' 4 . ' W, 'Q ' . . . is J . , 15 I , ' a - '.. 2. H . ' . V ' ' Q i rn ' fi' :ff . , fx' ' ' , 4 'Wm lf ' 1 1 . . . - ., ,f ,, . ' " -' . . f- ' ' if ' W ' -self? M 4 , , f s . " , ff, ' Q 4 ' . M '- , , A 4,3 t A. Y ,V vw .f 1. 4 W ,, . 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .- ' "' . " :KRW ' 435' . V i ' "Q .. " N - . -. , ' . . . gag Q4 mg , - , v . , .J . w ,V 7 ' ' a f - A . .sg f-xW:awTB 'F W , N , , Q , ,.:. J V, V V , 1 I I 4 1 1 n I 4 '1 1 4 A ' on ' ' Row 1 MISS Chr1st1an J Foster C Albrecht J Campbell D Becker P Baker Denby Row 2 D Arneson K H1llSt1Ol11 E Benson T Fleetwood J Carlson Danlels R Bowman W Flaedrlch A Buzzell Row 3 G Edwards H Campbell Blade L Hlndenburg P Gorbet D Flantum D Hodge P Cxetslngel J B3lSlS Gustafson Row 4 D Bexgqulst R Fredrlck E Hall S DBVIS M Hubbard Andelson P Eggers J Ellewlne J Henry A Cudden Row 5 D Drenckpohl Edwalds C Campbell J Dunmore J Clark G Behlel C Glbbens J Elhott Glay L Astlmg Class of 56 The elghth glade class undel the homeloom supe1x1s1on of M1ss Chr1st1an lVlr Johnson and Mr Palker xxas werx actlxe lll chool and extra CllI'l1CLll3.1 CIHSS 0fflC9I'S act1x1t es thls 5931 The football and basketball teams both Mlss Ch11st1an J Clark S Gustafs M Johnston N Reb fimshed a successful season the basket ball team xxmnmg the first Sycamore Tlll'1lOl Hlgh School Toulnament The glrls took 1a1t IH cheelleadmg and flag and baton txxnlmg The class 0fflC9lS for the yeal wele John Clalk, plesldent, Mark Johnston, XICG p1es1dent, Nancy Reh, secretaly, and Sandla Gustafson, treasurel On Februaly 29th, the Sports Club had a Leap Yezu Dance 111 xx h1ch manx elghth 1J,l2ld8lS p.ut1c1pated and on the exenmg ot M-1x 9th, the class held 1ts annual dance ln the cafeteua The deco f latlons xx ele xelx attlactlxe and the plo 1112111 xxas Gllteltallllllg About f0ltX couples xx e1e ple-sent and ex 61 x one enyox ed a pleasant ex enmg 32 Classes Vlvss Chr1st an D Be1g1c1s Mr Parker NI Johnston NVr0ng aga1n"', Gosh' Anothel exenl was the held tup The elghth glade class bLlI'StlI1g wlth whlch xx as held on Mm lrth The class prlde and VS1d6 eyed vuth wonder, ended muted the Museum of Sqgnce and the1r school yeal as guests of the Senlors II'ldLlSlQly Shedd Aqlldllllffl, and the Adlel OH C1355 DRY PldIlGt'lllLlH'l Iiovv 1 F Worden R Schelf E Vlrller L Batroskl C Slblev F Slloley D Sm1th how 9 A Kuntz K Lexnauer D Warner N Sabel N N1eWold N Vlartrn C Stro bog M Pluc1nsk1 J Kerwm Row 3 G MclVI1llan 'VI Jennmgs S lVIcCall R Qmgley M Johnston D Kendall K Parsons O Vandeburg J Holcomb Row 4 I Snott G Jeffrles I Wxlson C Wllkm S Mrddleton G Johnson E Jolly N Reh B Whller S Lease ROWS I Jones R Llndgren G Thomas J Llndstrorn R McCall R See J Tucker H Peplow L Lloyd I Maveus .iii HJ ,C-4 nn' u"f-.f"' N -ff' 1 "' 31 I 1 .. . 1 , . 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K Wir L'-...K 4':. a,i-gA-11 9 Classes 1' Nix, Ji mal C Carlson C Mowry R RODIDSOH H Brust Mr Stevens Class Officers Agam th1s year the sex enth glade vsas included ln the hlgh school bulldlng and therefore entltled to the recognltlon It earned throughout the year After the sex enth gradexs became acqua1nted Wlth SyCOhl they worked to the best of then ab1l1ty under the capable supe1x1s1on of 'Xhs Nlaxwell M Lukas, and Mr Stes ens These teachers xx orked xery tedlously to p1esent new lI'lt6l9St1Ilg programs for these XOLlI1g'81 students The seventh gldd6lS dld an excellent yob of conductlng them elx es IH all of the11 3CtlVlt19S and provel themselx es wolthy of then' pr s ence ln the h1gh school bu1ld1ng Mr Stexens headed the athletlc depaltment .nd was also class sponsor The teams complled fine lecords th1s year and, of coulse the cheerleaders and flag and baton tvurlers led the students 1n loyalty toward the players They elected the1r class offlcers early 1n the school year All of them were ln xaluable ln planmng school partles The sex enth g'13d6I'S haxe partlclpated 1n sev eral exc1t1ng exents durmg the school wear On December 20th they had thelr Chustmas party and on January 2022 thev held a hobby show 1n Mr Stevens room On March 10th, an excltlng basket ball tournament was held between the Class of 57 Row 1 B Re1nken B Luecht P Coultr1p M Brust S Hammett L Bergeson R Anderson Row 2 R Keller E Cook G Blanchard J Kltchen E Eberly J Hasty K Gooch H Elhott P Cralgen Row 3 J Jomer D Coy W Freeman W Colllns B Cady S Johnson J Howe F Brown E Drake Row 4 A Brornlen R Lahtl L Bowman M Carter R Blnder B Fraunberg 'VI Frankmg J Cra1g D Gould D Coan Row 5 S Andmg S Larson S Kempton P Johnson H Brust G Johnson S Larson S Erlewme B Johnson D Johnson Y 7 ' R . . 9 . . 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Q 1 KL, no A L . ,. ,J 0 1 sl V Classes I F011 1 '11 Ste1e11 S Watson '11 Cederbe1g J P1111111111 M MCNI111111 S SlffO1Cl H B1as1 R011 9 R Sf1XdC1 L PHISCYIS R Rem 11111 R Rob111Qo11 B TLlCkQ1 N1 R011 E Rhoces L L1f1C1C11 R011 .1 C 1101111 E 1X0e1 S S1b1e1 J 11111115111 A Q11 IBO J T0IT11111S0Il R N111 11111 D Ros R011 4 H W1l1111 P X131 eus 1X StQa111Q J 111811111 C PEIIX B W111t11e1 S PC1116 B S1111t11 1X X1111pQs P011 a G Loc C1161 J Jo111C1 E G1111 L TIOLI 11111 J B11111 H 11111111 L Lee D Rus 011 A 111LGL1116 111116 110111 1001f11N 111t11 1111 L11k1s s 100111 111111111111 1st 41111 11 V.1K11e N 100111 1111 mfr se1011c 111 111111 111001 tm 11 1111 C111 1 1111 111111estec1 111 the 11105111-ENN 01 these 11111101 11111 1 OO1Stl1f1QI1tS 01 1 1 thug stu dmts 11110 11111 0111 1JL the 1e.1c1e1s 111 15.511 sc 1001 s1101ts .111c1 01111 f11t111t1es GN A11 ISU 0111111 101 1111 SC11O11St1C 1.131111 01 t111s1 1011113191 students 1C S51 LI1t1l 1 11111 11111 111111 a 11011 1e1 111 X111 .1111 100 101111111 64122611 next 1111 1111111 11191 1111 11141111 61111111 L11 1 11011 11111 Thu 0u1-ht to 110 11 1N011 see he "' 'N SIGXCIIS H B11NC1 D Russell R R011111011 M Lllkl . .. ,, , , H4 U, . 1 f gn 1-A L , 'I - 1 A A 'f A . r jj. D al Q 5 -Ms 1 . F fv 1 'I . Q .':1:'. '..1."1,.z". .. ..c. . 13. . ' . "': .' .. . ' .1 'Og , . i . . ' Q , .1 1 'S 1 . . QS. ' : . ' "z, .1 ' Q. '. ' -. .1 'A . T . ' . " , . ' . '. fa 1-5. . ' ': . S' '. . ' '. . 2 . . ' tx 1 . . . z 1. . . . Qi . . ' ". -' ' 11-.1 - 1.I's. '11'.'- -1-111: 1 lg 1" sh' , -1. ' - 1 '1"1 '1' s' 11111'."'1z11 T1w'1'1 g"z vs 2' ' ' - ' - ' wg '- 111' 1 11'-1' - -1g111 1','1 s'11 ' J 1' ' 't 's 2:1 .' - .' ,Hz ' ' 1 1' '1 1 ' .11' L' 3 ' " S 1 1 1 ' ' 11' thi' 'za' sz ltles. 54 '54 -5 Y r 7.79 65 f 1 lee ' .111 ' . 'z Q . . . ' s . 12 is 35 Classes l 'wi' L Kmgsnortu M155 Bunk P Shwlmmcr Polxshmg the attack Mr Rose NT Cook Read lt " Aches tomorrow S. Haley. J. Lungstrom S. Sibley, D. Comm, K. Lcimxuer, J. Joiner Decorative decorators. Wee grandmas. 36 e Row 1 N1 1311011911 R Pep1o11 S Bennett C St1o1b R 11 9 J G1 1 L S11 e t, J R011 B R1L111e D D011 R011 3 J CIGIQHIOII 111 RILCL111111 I NI1111c11 L Hul J FXQCIIICR H BS1bC1L111 Natlonal Honor SOCIGIY 1he 911.1111 ne Lh.111 81 ot the N 1t101111 Ho11o1 Qo11et1 to1n1e1l m 1943 11.11 nom poxed of htteen 11111 61 L1.1w xt11c1u1te thu 19411 NK ho 11e1e chown IJX the 1.1L111t1 on e Id o Q 1111s 1 e.1c 1 113 ch.11.1cte1 .md xe111Le FIQXBX1 of these 11e1e xe111o1N 11h11e the 19H111111Y'1jI 0111 11e1e 1LI110lx T11o L1nc11el1g:ht mc111ct1o11 LE19T'111111 S 11e1e held the hut 111 N111 61111JL1 1191016 o11o1111f thu 1 'I -X -11111 1111e.1t111g e 111 dffe the 11e11 111e11111L1N 1111e 211611 the11 on 11 for er .1111 to1Lh the 111111111 ot the 11111911 1ee ot th1 1e11 r11em11e1N pl1t1C1 1.1 ed 111 he 11.11011i1 c ofux 111 estx 5,11 e11 111 the oL1et1 111o1e1 the C,0L1I1t1X e ch.1pte1 also g11e .1 N111 Chfjlfll 11 to .111 hono1 xtudent of the sen1o1 c1.1x 11ho 11111111611 to 111111161 h1 01 he1 ed11c.1 tlon IH eollege 'F 1' " 1 ' ' fa ' 2 1h '1'sis f s ,z '.'h'1', 1 ' le , .,, L. Z .,. ."- ' . 2" f'. the St11f1Q!1'f 11111112 111111 the 58201111 in A'111'i1 h " L 1 1. . 1 ' -' '1 f ' th C111 211 1 21 g 11 shi -11 - 1 1' pin- Th' ' 's L' 1 "s z ' '-'- 1't ' t - t' 2 s -h 1' 'sh' t J .' f' ' ' s -' L' 1 ' ' - Th ' ' f .' . ' - 27' s- - 'sh'1 '- G L Orgonizofions Row 1 B Edwards B Larson J Gray Mr Rose J Crelghton R Peplow M Buet tell Row 2 M Roberts S Haley C Strong J Fredrlck J 'VIcCullah V Wlllke L Cone Row 3 S Stram J Mlchael J Joslyn L Selfer M Lease V Duncan M Bock G Isham Row 4 S Selfert D Frederxck A A1ta D Llndgren B Olson M Trapp C Koch S Bennett L Hull Leaves Staff The work on the annual began 1n early September and was finlshed when the work was completed ln May Many long hours were spent 1n plannmg the book Under the guldance of Wir Rose the staff worked ex ery nlght after school lt was not unusual to see the llghts burnmg at the hlgh school at slx oclock whlle they were cuttmg and mountlng plctures A s1gh of 1el1ef w as gwen when the plctures were Hnally sent to the engrax els The membels of the staff are 1ndebted to Nlr Hauswald w ho took the lnformal snaps for the annual and who spent many hours 1n plannlng and dex elopmg these p1ctu1 es The yearbook w as financed by sellmg concesslons fo1 football and basketball games w 1th the 11d of the dlllgent work els of the busmess stlff lllss Hulbert had charge ot selllnff Clllllllj., the football season 1nd N11 s Jol dan dllllllg., the bas ket all sczson 'lhe tmff Ilso l9C9lX9d funds hom the sxle of student dCtlXltV tlckets the l'Illj.,1LlI'lQ rluxe undel the SllD9lXls10ll ot Nllss Patelson the sale of extra 1nnu1ls mnc thc silc of plctures Wh1Ch w ere left over after the productlon of the yearbook Sexeral days were spent throughout the school year ln taklng and retakmg Slave labor J Gras M Buettell J Crelghton Mr Rose B Mundy R Peplow I . , . , . , . , . , . , . I ' . : . , . , . , . , . A , - 7 . . Z - 1 ' v - 1 ' v ' s - v . , . . I . , . , . , . , - 1 . , . , . , . . v 1 . ' v r ' . L . V . . k . 7 vw ' 1 1 K K ' . A . , v Y . 1 . . L . . . , Y . Y . . . 1 . v N . ' . . J, . , . , . L . , . l l 1 1 s v . ' A . . V 1 C . v s 1 . . V . '- I ax v - -. w w . -1' v . . f ,- T. . . rf S - 2 7 - ,, . . V . l' ff l' 2 . A ff . , 2 . ,- ' , ' .' Y- ' . IK Q . Z., , 1 4 . . ' - , - Q' 1 . , 1 . 5. ' , 7 .- bf 1 ,. V ' Q . . v . ' v . l c ., . A c c . L. . S2 lv . V sy E ri V . v 1 . . A . . . , l 2' " 2 2 .', 2 I 3 U2 1 l' gg 'PL P Skelly Miss Joldan Lountmg the loot Organizations gioup 1IlfllX1dLldl and incidental photo gi iphs fox the pictorial poition of the annuxl Both the 6Cllt0I'1ll and the busl ness st iff SI ent 1 gre it deal of time plan ning and supeixislng this important pait in the production of the Leax es The Leax es staff enteied a float in the Homecoming paiade and sponsored a candidate for queen, Bonnie Warner In spite of the tedious hours spent and headaches receix ed the staff is xery proud of thi year s successful edition of the Leax es I eaw es Staff Editor Jane Creighton Assi tant Editor Wlailene Buettell Assistant Editor Barbara Mundv Literary Editor Joan Gray Art Editoi Betty Edwards Secretaiy Betty Larson Business Managei Donna Doty Assistant Business Manager Paul Skelly Rovs 1 J Exans N Walrod C Johnston P Skelly D Doty M Cook M Trapp B Warner Row 2 M Sellers S Ells K Waller J Thuma K 'Vlasterson L Lung stiom J Hooker P Fillweber S Mundy M Saathoff M M1nn1han L Cone Row 3 M Knighton G Isham M Bock J Stark V Kus E Myrdal J Rogers D Holt R Horne M Ells J Fredrick S Henry C Wirsmg Row 4 B Haka E Safford L Yaldley C Sundly J Joslyn M Cassxer V Duncan J Michael J Bennett J Henderickx J Freeman Row 5 R Fleetwood K Mulligan D Frederick A Alta S Behler D Carlson A Joslyn J Hudson B Alexander D Lindgren C Hagen J Swedberg R Willis 39 I O v Y , I 'l 1 7 c . . 1 - V2 it 1 . . Q . C v C ' .' 2 S3 2 2 ' - 1 S ' v , ' . ' ,C .' .. I . i i 4 ' 1 . y L,r'SL I A iii-iYiAiii- 1 1 Assistant Literary Editor .. Ruth Peplow . . ' : . V , , , . J , . , . . . . , . - Q N Y ' . Y ' v ' 1 ' v ' Y ' : ' v - 1 - U 1 ' v ' ' v. - v - . , . , . , . ' , . , .I . : . - . , . ' I . , . , . ' , . ' , - . . ' , . D , . . : . , . , , . , . , . '. Organizations Row 1 V Wlllke B Scherer L Selfer 'Vlxss McK1nney J Evans M Lease M Saathoff H Bergquxst Ron 2 R Peplow J Thuma N Palker K Masterson B Lamson J Hooker P Flllweber B Burga1t Row 3 S Bennett L Hull J Rodgers C Strong L Exans M Bock G Isham V Duncan Row 4 A A1ta B Haka D Lmdgren J Spoor J Svtedbelg D Doty M T1app S Haley Syco H1 L1tCS W omen of the world H Belgqult B Scherer NI Saathott J Exans V Wlllke P Frautschv J Rcgexs 40 The S1 co H1 Lltes has lounded out Its xe1n of publ1cat1on Any 13111186 and success It me11ts was due to 1ts loxal 1lClXls0l Nl1ss NIcK1nnev, and Its EflltOl 1nCh1ef and Assocmte Edltol, Helen Belgqulst and L1bbX S6lf9l, lespectlx elw, Nong xuth tl'19ll co ope1at1xe staff ot co XXOlk6lS The lllllDONe ot the panel ls to hung he nexxs ot tll the clubs lldltlew 11ct1x1 tlcs mcl Nlltlltlllil' ex ents ot thc school to the ptnuls .tncl then tannhes The papcl was al 0 sent to othel nelghbollng hlgh schools and thes ID tum sent back CODIQS of then panels Thls xx as thc staff Has fmfue ot xxhtt othel schools xx e1e clomg Ind SCLIIHI othel 13113518 hclpccl them to 1mp1oxc Syco H1 Lltes o cleat 1 keenel lntelest lll e pal e1 thc st iff membels gdxe don itlons o a 0119611 cftnclldate 'Klan Ann Tlapp could ln sponsoled The ttft .tlso entelcc 1 tlo lt ln the Homcconnng 13 u ule l . . , . , . , . 1 . , . 1 1 , . . 1 . , . . . , . , . . . , . . . . . . , . , . , - . . -1 . , . , . . : . , . . . ' r 1 1 1 1 . 1 . , . , . , . . . 1 n - 1 1 1 1 ' l ' , A ' in .Y I 1 11 ' 1' 1 1 1 ' 1 1. I Y.: 1 'vi . 1 I 1 ' u . , A .. A N 1 ' 1 v . , . . . - 1 1 1 1 '-1 1 ' v ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 '- 1 1 " 1 , , 1' '1 1. ' 1 1 1 ' . : , . , . . . . -, ,A - A . , . - U, . . - 1 1 T. .- L1 . .1 x1 . ,1 A '1 I 4 I Y A l - 1 I 1 . " c . 1 ., ., '11 . 1 1 ' 1 1 ' , 1. ., 1 , K . . . ,. 1 1 .Q 1 1 . X. . ri V' I ' . . ., L ' 1 A I I . -1 .1 4 N 11 A, it. , L1 . 1, L. . 1, 2 1 81. A1 1 1 2 L1 , 1 1 2 ".' T X ' Y' Y' ' - T 11 L, 1 . ' 1 1 ' th ,1 1 . A 1 1 I 1 1 uv I ' 1 . ' A1 , l . 1 . , 1 .1 Q 1 1 1 . 11 A 1. , A . - 5 1 1 . 1' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 131 , , l , . . 5 1 . A 4 I a A ' 1 'I 1 1 . t 1 1 . Orgcmzohons Wlrller J Dunmore MISS Follmer K Masterson L Seller Looks mterestmg Bookworm 'V Llbrary Sex eral xtudents awumed the role of asslstant llbrdrlans thlS year under the superwlslon of Mus Follmel Thelr 6ff1C ment SGFXICQ enabled the llbrarlan to dexote more tlme toward asslstlng 1nd1 xldual students and tezchew Part of the money collected from overdue books helped support the Wa txonfzl Honor SOC16ty Row 1 Mlii Follmer WI Clark J Mason S Stram J Exans Row 2 B Kuehl S McM1llan, K. Masterson R. Read W. Tucker. Row 3. M. Trapp B. Orth K Ray mond S. Haley N. Edwards. .4-ff! 41 Orgomzohons Dlsputed passage e -Xt 1111 ell1 chon lllil the 141 'e1 guoup, the U11-tell L hol us met on Tuesdax and Th 11s1l 1x h tl1 1e1 od e1ch xx eek The Cl01ls xxele s1111 1x1s1 cl and lllldE3l e Cl119Ct10l'l ot NI1 L l Alllfllfl The CTTOILIS s malt 1111 lCt x s fc1 omen C luh 111 Dccemhu o11 xx IL occ1s1on thcx s 1115: sex e1.1 Ch11stm.1s selectlons Also 111 Deceml1e1 C1 s11ec11l Chllstlll ls 11111151 1m xx.1s 111esented to the facultx and student hodx bx the cho11 xxh1ch C0llS1St6il of the ACf1ppela and also manx c111.1l1le xoc1l1sts f1om the b1g, lXI1XQll Cho1 us xxe hf1clth1s xear DLlI'1HgI the second e1neste1 N11 A1n1lcld11ecte1lthe students 1ttc llllibll to tht to1thcom1n1, f1s 11ct contcst A mlxccl 11101111 1111 sex e1.1l gnls ensembles com1etecl I f1cld1t1on othe1 lll6fY'llJ9lS 131913111 ed solo xx o1lx P11t1c111 1t1on IH the annual Spung, Conce1t B1cc1l1u1ec1te 1nd Commence ment e1ce1c1s1s completed 41 xe1x success ful xt ll 111 thc xoc 11 flG1ldltlllQllt xx x t1t1c1 llll Nl 11X Lease C11 elllnt lLL0lllllflYlX lllff m 1nx l'l'lLlNlL 1l 1C1o1111s lllfl thons tlllfbllifll ox the Xl ll A Cappella xx 1 L L11so11 R Hardesty J A115011 J Jo1cl111 C C, I S11oo1 K Mu 1 gan R Tecllolcl R Asthng R vx ? J AFISOII E Mx1cl1l S C1 1n R Peploxx B Nlundx C Wnsmg J F1CCl11Lk K Wallex V Wlllke B BUlf.flll J ClGlgllfOll J Hooker WVII A1r1old Roxx 3 M Grax G Rum E G11y J M1ch1e1 J Bennett D Remala M Leae B Edxfxalds J Grax D Dotx H Worden M Bock M Ells Row 4 S Dlnemore B Waxner J Rexnolds C Johneton R Terrell L Yardley E Satfoxd M Buettell B Scherer J Jo1ne1 J Sxxedbelg J Exans N Wahod Row 5 H Trapp D Fl9dEl1Ck J Schrrutt Nl CarDente1 R Hagen L Poxxell A Alta B Selle1s R Ca1lson L Ebught G Benaon J Reh W Clausen B Alexander O I 1 ' 1 " 1. ' :fi 5 ' . ' 1 l ' ' ' ." e 1 - ' th '. ' ' . ' 1 , . J A . . 1. . Y f '91 first 1 l l' ' 211 1152 'zu - x'z1.' 9 ' the YV 's ' ' f'1 A ', 'h 'h 1' 'z if sz 51 ' 'xl ' 'J T . t. Z: 1 .2 v, B. s A1 v l , 4-1 7 c ' I Y 'A' I . .1 s c 'S vv 1 . V Af K- 1' 1 1 ' 1 ' - 1 ' r Y . Q ' ' . ' lst" ' ' 2 l L, v 4 .. ' . .J , Lx ,Ax 1 3 l H . f ' 'V Y ,. vs. f- 1 1 hw f - x r 4 1 ' 4. 1 . . I I '. f . I C , v 4 :An A w 1 Q J- - 1 1 Y 1 1 K C M11 Arnolcl, lN. 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T - ' V ' 7 ' ' 49 Organizations Row 1 S George G Sallberg T Brotcke D Matteson D Nowlen J Henderson R Thompson Row 2 R Maveus J McCullah S Ells N DIVING C Vandelbeek P Schw1mmer M Rhodes L Mathey Row 3 S Haley A Danlelson C Spartz J Wood R Hove D Holt V Duncan K Masterson M Sellers Row 4 N Franklln B Synnott M Clawson J Johnson J Rernala P Reh P Reuss S Carlson L Selfer Row 5 D Carlson S Selfert E Astlmg R Butzow G Swanson L Hoff man J Utter J Mason J Wood MlXCd Chorus Row 1 T Andlng A Alta R Ott L Evans J Lee M Castenson R Larson Row 2 N Solomon S Mundy H Bergqu1st B Larson S Henry Nl Saathoff K Lashbrook J Emckson C Cralgen Row 3 M Knlghton S Stram R Wmebrenner J Hudson B Sm1th M Trapp L Johnson M Fox B Kuehl Row 4 R Collms L Gustafson R Boyle J Read D Dan1els C Hagen P Fxautschx R W1ll1s L Evans 43 Orgonizofions nr-wb Row 1 C Claik J Swait M Cl:-nk Mr Arnold G Elliott J Kerwin D Dailing 'VI Haitman Rovs 2 J Olson A Jackson J Tnuma M Strong P Dugan R Lahti P Fillweber D Robinson D Gray D BLlff1l'1gtOIl Row 3 J Rogeis G Edwards S McMillan R Gailobert P Pulliam M Gooch C Conlin N Coan E M11le1 E Sharp Row 4 A Tedtoid J Lloyd E Hindenberg Nl Hall D Blanchsid B Hod e S Wessels S Parkei S Etchison GIFIS Chorus This yeai the fieshman and sopho more girls choius consisted of a well Firehouse four B Scheiei M Jenkins M Lease A Danielson appealance of th yeai the gnls sang a few Lhiistmas xaueties which vseie pie The girls piepared sex eial songs which they presented at the Spiing conceit a gala affair in yy h1Ch all the girls looked then lox ehest Some of the songs thev piepaied ueie The 23rd Psalm Heard lou Go By Carry Me Long and A Finnish Folk Song These songs xx ere recen ed by the audience with great enthusiasm These gnls as wel as the othei choial and instrumental gioups put a gi eat deal of effoit and haid yyoik into the 1e1 fection of the music fO1 the sp11ng concert A large poition of the c1ed1t for the success of these giouls should go to the accompanists yy ho throughout the yeai iellnquished a gi eat deal of time in oi dei to piesent the selections to the best of then ibihts Undei the dnection of Uiey Ainold 'md the accomlaniment of Marilyn Jen kins these gnls achiex ed a pleasing effect xx 1th the songs they sang this last season foi the different occasions Q I u . J , 9 . 'ftfzorq 5 i . ' . ' : . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . ', . ' , . , . ', . . ' : . ", . 'D , 'g.Q-,Q y' ' 9 ' 1 - 1 Y - 4 A D v 1 'Q w v . U . . V , 4 ' , 1 w' ' ' N' 4'w v Q' l v ' v 1 1 organized group of vocalists. In their first sented at the annual Christmas program. uv P N. 4 7 , ,, , A ,. : 66 K T yi! 5:1 f , my cm , rs - - ' v 9 ' Y ' - V I 7 1 55 ' 'w 77 1 - 1 . ' - S, S - L . 1 1 1 v 1 ' -, .- . ' ' ur c 3 . ' I uv ' 44 N Racme H Trapp Music" Music" MUSIC? Organizafions On Wednesday and Frlday of each week the Boys Chorus COl"lSlStlIlg mostly of Freshmen and Sophomores met durmg fourth hour The number throughout the year was very small but much was accomphshed as they successfully demon strated that SIZE was no real llmlt to fine muslc The Boys Chorus sang Sound Off as one of the1r selectlons at the Style Show much to the engoyment of everyone The Boys Chorus under the dlrectlon of Mr Arnold and accompanled by Joanne Rodgers made progress throughout the year 1n testlng VOICBS and ln readmg muslc The purpose of th1s group was chlefly for tralnmg volces ln order that they would be ready for future member shlp 1n M1X6d Chorus and A Cappella Partxclpatlon 1n the chorus has pro xlded valuable tralmng as Well as pleasure for the entlre group and most of the boys plan to contmue m muslc next year Boys Chorus Row I P Burkart J 'Vlerchant 'VIr Arnold D Tucker J Edwards Row 2 D Wmt ney B Johnson K Raymond R Wales G Helmerdmger Row 3 T Joslyn G Ll ' 9 . 5 v l ' - 7 Cl Y! Y 7 A- . , . I a n , - 7. . . 7 9 lcy,,C..La11ey,B,.Blckford,L.,Doty. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' l Orgonialions Row 1 B Mundv R Peplow B Edvxands Rovx 1 N Walled D Fredemck M G11x I Row 2 J Muhael B Haka L Ya1dlex D Row ? H Worden G Rum J Reh B Alex Dotv '1nde1 lfnsembles and S0l0lStS The sxxeet Stlillllg of muslc xxe1e floitmg thmugh Sxcoh1s halls Xes It xx is the sex Ll il octets Inepumg f01 con test 'lhey selected thell Ill1Il'lb6lS ind the11 st uted to DL1fLCt them unde1 the d1l9Ctl0lC1 ot M1 AlH0ld Atte1 many hou1s ot ha1d xx Olk they xx e1e finally p1e pa1ed to go to contest Slnglng 1n the l'I'1lX9d gloup xxas Jane C nol Johnston Leon nd Ebr1ght BILICQ Sel'e1s John JO1 dan and John Arleon Txxo gnls QIOUDS also ente1ed Donna Doty Lols Yaldlex, Betty Edxx a1dQ Bonme Haka Ruth Peplow, Ba1ba1a lllunclx Judy M1chael and Kathleen W'1lle1 xx e1e 111 1 2101113 xx hlCh Gang Steal Axx ax mfl Song Is Sxx eet Helen VVO1 den Joxn G1 1x Nxncv ll illod, BIAIIIGHQ R xx 1 J Ex ms E Glax C Johnston I Buettell Row ? B Selle1s J JOlCldll J A11 on L Eb11 ht GIHX Ge11 Rum Bllbdld Ale1cancle1 Do1othx F1ede11cl1 1nd Jo A1111 Reh com po ed the othe1 2101113 and s mg Go Doxxn Moses 1nd L1ttrlh1ne Exes The nnxed LIIOLID sing 1 cippellx but the f3llSt gnls QQIOLID xx as ablx aceompinlefl by 'lIa1x lease md the lattel by Dellght Holt All th1ee of these moups 1ece1xed second plxce xxx uds at Dundee on Bldlffh 15 ln the D1str1ct BTUSIC Contest The nnxed ensemble also sang T01 the Qpung Conce1t befo1e the ROtd13 Club and the Nlmses Club and thex also eang at the G1 ange Thell 111 lnclpal select1on at theae ex ente xx as Go Song of Mme The fi1st gule ememble also Qang 'It the Bacc1l1u1e1te SGIXICQS Joyce F1 edrlck llso s mg xx 1th the g1oup it th lt t1n1e xx 1 B Edx urls J 5 X Heh Roxx 2 M Buettell L Ebught B Sel 5 J Jo1da11 G Ca on J AIIQOI Cl3lbE R W 1 ' 1 1. l A A ' 1 1 ' i 1 ' l , ' Y Q- 1 ' Tl ' A L' 'lf' -' Q. 1 , x L, 1 tt, . J ' 1- S - ' A A .Z 1 N- : . t N, . , . ' ' . ' : , ' , . ' . . 'z : . ' , . , . ' j, . ' .: . , . ' , . , . . - U. 4 '. 1 . 1 17' 1 ' ' ' 'j, " , 1 ', U . ' 1 v .,w 4 N X ' 1 v W1 an v 4 C L 1 1 . 1 , W , 1 ' 'z 1' 1' 'Nz 1' ' z " ' - sl - " ' sz " ' 11' . ' 1 ax 1 " 1 1 s1."' 1 " " ' ' .' s." L' 2 1 I .'1 1 El . v 1 1 , 4 1 - . - - , , - , 4 1: 2 . 1 , ' ' 11 1' 1 1, 1 v 1 1 v 1 1 . Q1 I 1 v 1 v 1 1 ' ' A v C , ,, , 1 ' 12' 1' z ' ' f Evans, Eleanor Gray, Marlene Buettell, , A I I Y, , 1 1 1 C C C la ' 1' , 1 ' , - u 4 . .N . 1. . , A , ..,, . . , . A u v 'I 1 1, 1 W 1 1 1 A A A 1 V 1 1 . xl ' ' , ' ' 'W' I 7 'N ' V v ' w w v 1 ' v ' ., ss A 1 1 , L' 1 1 a Q 1 ' , ' ' 1 1 4' ,Yr Y I v 1, v 1 ' 1 H I .H 1 1 1 1 ' . 1 . ' , H ' , 1 c 1 1 '1' 1 1 1 1 c ' ',, ' at ' ' ,, " I I 4 1 1 1 v v' 1 1 - V c 1 1 . ' c c 1 1 1 . f , 2 '23, 2 lu a ' 'f ' z 1' sz ' 1 " z 1 1. 0 ' : . 'z . . . lx. R0 ' : . 'va ' , . Ex'z1n'. M. Vez1x'e1', P, . I ' 12 . '1', . ' ' , . ' - . ' I . . . ' ,I . ' s , . 'g , lerx . ' , . rls , . '11. C. ' U H. 5 1. B ' , ' , ff A , C 1 ' . Q W ' ' ' . . L rw ' Crgomzohons YY? . I ' A' ,gf U , ., .. li ss Q5 - Row 1 Mr Arnold D Drenckpohl L Lloyd, C. Gibbens, H. Peplow, J. Clark. Row 2 P Cretslnger S Gustafson J Kerwin, K. Hilstrom, N. Martin, J. Daniels. Row 3 C W1lk1n J Henry R Fredrick M. Hubbard, R. Anderson, N. Reh, M. Johnston Row 4 C Albrecht F Sibley C Sibley, E. Miller, L. Maveus, D. Becker, ' . 1 . . ' ' ' It K . !! Cl A - , n . v 7 Jumor Hlgh MlXCd Chorus Th1s year under the able d1rect1on of Mr Arnold a Junlor High Mlxed Chorus was organized Mr Arnold selected the students at the begmmng of the year for thls chorus whlch met once a week for practice 'Vlr Arnold also selected eight students to form a mlxed group The chorus partlclpated in the Chr1st mas program vnhlch xx as held in the gym They had planned a program for the pupils at Charter G1 oxe but bad it eather prey ented thlg They also partlclpated 1n the Sprmg Concert whlch was held ln May Their selections for the concert mcluded Southland Medley and Shad ou March The llvI1X8d Chorus was xery proud of its achlexement for the year They re cen ed pralse from the older students 1n hlgh school who heard them sing The members of the chorus are learning to read muslc to listen to others and to keep 1n harmony Orgomzohons L Ber eson J C1a1 H Brust G Johnson B Cady P Johnson J Henry S Slbley Jumor Hlgh Twlrlers and Cheer Leaders The flag and baton twlrlels and also the cheerleadels of the Jumor Hlgh have done much to make our games here at Sycoh1 more emoyable for ex eryone school basketball games accompamed by the 1un10r h1gh school band and they were recen ed xuth applause from the stands They haxe practlced dlllgentlv on Tuesday and Thursday throughout the yeal and have presented many new ldeas wh1ch W1ll be helpful to them next year regardless of whether they W1ll st1ll be mth the 1un1or h1gh or the hlgh school twlrlers Row 1 H Brust J Iead B Cady N Stearns Row 2 N Reh J Campbell L 'Vlaveus I Bal IS I O 4 1 4 v' -K1 1 1 v ' ' 'y- r 4 I X . , The twirlers performed at several high ,- K - - - - ' : . , .iv , . , . . : . , . , .- K. s' . e . 5 ' 5 ' N Vx 4 , P if 5 Q 48 Organizations Row 1 H W1lk1n R Keller J Carlson J Dan1els A Qultno R Marshall L Lm den K Gooch P Cralgen Row 2 S Gustafson J BHISIS P Cretslnger A Mc Gulre M Frankxng C Carlson J Jolner R Bromeland 'VI Carter Row 3 R Whltney N Reh M Johnston J' Holcomb C W1lk1n P Gorbet S Lease R And erson P Eggers S Safford Row 4 J Dunmore J Clark P Coultr1p D Gray H Peplow L Astlmg L Maveus R Fredrlck R Bergqu1st B Johnson J umor Hlgh School Band The seventh and elghth grade band, vvhlch IS called the lumor hlgh band lb an organlzatlon much l1ke the senlor hlgh band Under the d1rect1on of Mr Alton Brand the members meet for one hour every Tuesday and Thursday They play at football games, basketball games, sprmg concert parades and the senlor class play Wlaestro Mr Brand Mr Brand also holds classes on other lays so he can help the players 1nd1x1d the players ears means to them the rlght to try to play an assxgned plece better than the persans ahead of them Success ful playlnff results ln adxantement In thls may Wir Bland hrs yroxlded hls DUDIIS xuth the deslre to lmproxe thelr pl tylng dbllltv The Juruor h1g,hs pulple and ffold SYXQHUEIS ale the steppmg stones to the 8611101 h1g,hs nlfty band unltolms When the lLlIll0l band membels tom the 5611101 bind they hope thex xxlll show the mtfrest and 9YlthUSldSl'll that thev do non 49 : . , .. , . , . , . r , . - , . - I, . , .. . : . , . , . , . '- ' , . , . , . , . h I ,l. . : . 1 ' s ' Y ' 9 - 1 - 1 - . s ' ' . . I l 4 ' . 9 . , . . . . . . - , ., . . . V vw . ' 'v' - , . 66 ' 77 ually. Challenglng, a Word common to T , . Ai A, L' vu 1 1 . K 'K 4 ,, . . . " j, , . '- as 1 ' c D. ' I 'r 1, I 1 1 ' P' . . 1 1 vu I ' , v ' ,. . 4 -'41 1 . e . . . Organizations Roxx 1 E Salford P Reuss D Remala J Swedberg Row 2 A Damelson L Sall berg A Alta C Johnston H Bergqu1st G Lalley J Ecklund L Yardley D Holt Roxx 3 M Lease L Selfex L Evans S H1llqu1st S Carlson D Synnott S Etchl on B Sche1e1 J Fredrlck Row 4 V Wlllke P Frautschy Mr Brand Hlgh School Band The Sycamole Hlgh School band com posed of about slxtx students pal t1Clpdt6d Ill many act1x1t1es thls past xear The band stalted xxolk lmmedlately 1JlOg13I'Il for the football season In splte of some stormx xxeathel the band pre ented sex eral un1que and colorful shoxxs durmg the halft1me perlods of the heaxx xxe1ght games In addltlon the pep band plax ed durmg some of the football games and all of the basketball games The pep band xx as composed of approxlmatelv txx entx students under the capable baton of the student dnectol Nlarlene Buettell Immed1atelx after the end of the foot ball season the band began xxork on concert muslc for the Annual Chrlstmas 00 foncelt xxhlch xxas held Frldax Decem bel 21 In the sprlng the band 1ldI'tlCl pated ln the Annual Spung Concert the proceeds gOlHg fol pLlbllC21tl0ll of the Leaxes On wI21lCh 15 the D1StllCt Solo and En emble Contest xxas held at Dundee and on Aprll 5 the entlre band p3ltlC1 pated 1n the Dlstrlct MUSIC Organwatlon competltlon also at Dundee The band took palt ln sexeral local palades IH the past xeal Among the e xxas the 'NIo1the1n lll1no1s State Teachels College Homecommg parade after xx hlCh the members xx 1tnessed the football game The band also maxched ln the Sxcamo1e Homecomlng and 'llemorlal Dax parades ' : .I , . , . l , . . : . ' , . - Q, 1 , . I y , 3 -. . , . Y . , . b. S , . ' ' ', . . : . , . , . ' . X . . ' , , , I- . y . ' ,, K, .' J, - . K . .k.4 U A. , .l K . a a L' r . I ' . after school began in September on the " : .r U' ' ' - Q. A, , A S, 3 ' ' 'N K . . . . ' r ' ' 3 "- . . . . . . - ' r Q, , . . I K V . S r . . v , , , ' ' .5 ' s ' '. f s wk I. ' - X A' 1 v I .nv 'Lv . , , . . T Y . 7 . v - v. T ' I , k. . 3 . A . Y :- Orgonizolions Row 1 J Jolcl ln L Hoffman V Dunmn J MLCullJh Row ? L Gllsel R WllllS D Clllson R WIIICDIGDDCF M CIIIJGIHCI J SDUOI H Kellogg J Remlla G Cul on Row 3 D Fuller M Buettcll R Hagen S Dlnslnore E Aetllng, H Powell J Allethfl C Hlg,CIl J Allsoll D Doty Row 4 M Scllels S Mundy M Saathoff VI Ella TRONIBONES Donna Doty Jlmmv Alleon H llold Powell Cflllottl Hug Jofln A119011 Elford Astllng Qtanley Dlnsmore C 1 'VIBALS OBOE John Jol clan .ENCH HORN Lols Yalciley Dellbllt Holt 1 I ARINETS Lollalne Cone Ed Saffolcl Peffgx Reuks Dale Relnclll JanlCL Sxxedbel Ann Dnlnlelson Lilly Slllbug, Allne Alll Band Roster Cdlol Jollllston Baes Helen BGIQQUIST G lly Lalley Jlmrny Ecklund Xldry Lease Llbby Seller Lols Exans LUIS Exans Soma Hlllqulst Snlrlene Carlson Donna Synnott BARITONE Dlck Haben BI' LLS X ll lnld Wlllke Pollx Flnlllkcny BXQS Lf Ilflle Cu Ill on CORNETS CvOlClOT1 Call on John Remali Hu n Kello 'N lllLX Pllkel 1111108 Slool 91 Clallnet Xldlshill Cirpentel Ronnle VVlI'1El3lQllIlC1 Robeltol Vlllllb Del IIC Carlxon Leslle Glasel FLl TES Janet wlecllllall Vonnle Duncan Bonnle Haka DRI NIS lVldlllWlq Slatlloff vlllIW Ell5 Gclrx bu lnkon Shlllev Mundy llellc Sellels SAXOPHONES Jox ce Freclllnk BCXE.llW SCDCICI Ltnlel Nlxlrlal Sue EIC? Qon Xllllene Blleltell Dlle Fullel 1 . iz , . , . 'L , . ' ' . ..: . asv, . , . . ' . 'Z - - - 11' ' L '- S . : . 2 . ' , . ' Y . - ' , - ' H - ' 1 1 . , V . l 1- 1 . . , . c I , . . , - - - - 'l ' v ' Y l . 5 - - " J" 1 1 ' . , " 41 , .. Z Y L C . ,, L 2 L en A ' ' - , ' '- f f kd , ' v 'A 1 v , .' ' X A . 1 Ruth peplow , LUIS Hoffman - -. ,, . " 2 - 2 V, . FP A' I N fx, -V, 1 ,z '- - r'.,,' ', ' 'V l f f .I 5 V A UA . .. .. j Y l .-5 1 1 be 5 , . ,.,, , , , . 'z ' 'S -Qi- , . .g L A Z. ' . 0 CTU , 1 . 1 . 5. no L V- v E .ef ,Q 2' ' . '1 -2 S 2 ' Orgamzohons Baton Tw irlers M Weaxer C Vanderbeek R Hoxe J Hudson B Burgart P Reh Hlgh School Twlrlers Once agaln the baton and flag twlrlers prox ed themselx es one of SyC0h1 s most performances durlng the football and basketball seasons The baton tvs1rle1s 1n the1r vshlte satm m1l1tary un1forms and gold plumed hats we1e under the capable leadershlp of Jean Hudson The flag tvurlers resplendent 1n thelr gray and maroon mllltafy unlforms ww ere und r the leadershlp of Sue Bennett At the half of all of the heavywelght seen sparkllng 1n the llghts and the large vw h1te flags w1th the maroon letters bearlng S C H S could be heard snapplng as they were Whlrled through the a1r Congratulatlons glrls for your won derful performances' Flag Twlrlers R Lahtl J Lloyd C Koch S Bennett C Q .Q xg, 3 . f . ' , . , . I S - 7 v - 1 ' v VA 7 . -A ' si ',A I, y 1 Q 1 k b i x A r . v. v S . . V Y W ., . impressive satellites by their excellent home games, the silver batons could be . 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Y 7 gf , ,. 4 . f 1' V A.- .- 52 Organizations Y arsltw R Peplow H Belgqulst L Hull S SC1lC1t Hlgh School Cheerleaders The enthus1ast1c backlng of Sycoh1s cheerleaders was a ma1or factor 1n pro motlng school sp1r1t thls year at the games The frosh soph cheerleaders were Janlce Erlckson Shlrley Mundy Nancy ler The xarslty cheelleaders were Mar lene Cook Helen Bergqulst LouAnne Hull Ruth Peplow and Sylua Selfert The frosh soph cheerleaders recened attractlxe new un1fo1ms th1s year They had purple velvet sklrts and Whlte Satln Jackets Our cheerleaders 1nsp1red the student body at the annual Snake Dance and at the many pep sess1ons throughout the supportmg our team to the fullest extent these glrls were domg helr very best to urge them to yell To reward the glrls for thelr splendld backlng and good sportsmanshlp they were awarded letters by Coach Mathes Frosh Soph S Mundy K Wallex J Exlck son A Tedtoxd I O . l. - l .1 9 1 r Y K' a Q . -W ' 5 s 1' kv' A - L1 v : 1 I I . . K1 , I , f y I wsu. Parker, Alice Tedford, and Kathleen Wal- year. Even when the students were not . , L, . L, , I - t , , . u v . , . y K , A L 7 ! Y ' ' Q 1 53 Organlzohons Row 1 P Behle1 S Se11e1t M Cook H Be1bq111st M1ss Roscnclxhl L Hull R enloxx B Snnth C tm Row 9 lllt, IIL L, B Lnson L LLlllbSl1OIU V W1llke NI Sxathoff J C101 hton L Cone M M11n1l1111 Row 3 M C111 J Pcnnett P Freeman J Stllk N DLl!lLlll G Ish 1111 M Bo lx Buettell S l-I1lex V us E X1 1 lkc ll ll NIL Ollll R w nner B Swnnott L Yndlew D Dotv J Glaw J E L Ex 1118 C Sun w J Joslyn NT RODCIIN N Wallod J Henduckx Row a L Johnston D Culson Fledellck A A1t1 B Hwka J Reh D Lllldglffll A Joslxn B Ale1c1n Cl J Hudson B Olso11 S Stlqlll M T1 ipp S Bennett C Koch O O - --Y Y ' 1 1 l 1 P 1 ', . ' . 1. R1 , ' ,-: C. St 'o U. J. F1'ed"'k. C. Wi1'si110'. S. Ells. . Lx' , . fu" , . ' .1. 1' . . 'g , .' . .'i 1' ' : . f'zv', . 1' . . ' ' , . z', '. 'z , . Qi . . C'. M. , . 1 . K :, . Mj'dzl. J, TC llzl, M. . -C . 0 ' 4: B. WL ' , . V' . . 2 ' Q, . . " j, . vans. . 'z 5, . dlj. D. ' . 'a. . 1 , . , . ' " . . . 12 dl Pep Club 'f Q 1 7 ' ' Y Y 9. ' V 7 ' . ' v 1 s ' 4 1 . . . , . L 1 - . 4 ' ks I . ' A 4' ,- v . - 1 , , v 1 -1 . ' 1 L. A an ya K . s , . ' . . . ' .I E ' Y ' 7 ' ' D I ' I 4 1 1 I ' . ' 1 if ' S 1 Y 11 K1 LY 1 I -'Y 1 ' . 2 -' ' 2 ' C. I . , s. 3 ' V' 1 1 .. , . I v A ' 1 ,w . 1 K., . v . . 2 A. . va - f - r 1 ' v ' v 1 - 1 1 . , . Q I . W Y ' ' Go team go", sounds xaguelx fam1l 141 doesnt ltl Yes yOll18 rlght It s the Sycamole H1gh School Pep Club and Pep Band g1X1Hg' the boys then suppolt Th1s yeal the Pep Club and Band haxe been Blg declelon M Mlnnlhan L Lungstmm S Selfelt P Flllvxeber 1e1x actlxe bs tho1ou1ghl5 1nd completelw golng all Ollt to glxe 0111 tthletlc teams the best backlnq DLIIIHL, the new the Pep Club has made slgns tol the halls to att1act the attentlon of the students and to get them hepped up before game t1me Al o the Pep Club had ft float ente1ed lll the TIOHTQCOHIIDQI pa1ade and 1 queen cand1date Sexeral dances afte1 athlet1c contests V619 sponsoled bx the club The annual Chmstmas Dance was anothe1 dance sponsmed bx the club Th1s near xou nnght haxe notlced 1 well o1gan1Led QIIOUIJ 111th 1 leselxe 860121011 at ill home games Thls sectlon was made Llp ot Pep Club and Pep Band membels The Pep Club wlth the supel leadershlp ot the schools elght cheel leaders gaxe 0111 boys the lJdCk1I'lg' th it IN needed 111 am 1thlet1c contest The Pep Band was xely actlxe durlng the yeal as they plaxed between games and at half t1me accompanled the tmrlers The great enthus1asm of the club and band demon strated many tlmes that they could gne our teams the necessars courage to go ahead Orgamzohons Row 1 R Hoffman M Weaxel S Mundy N Parker J Erlckson A Tedford K Dunmore M Hartman Row 2 R Lahtl K Masterson J Thuma S Elhott N Coan P Duggan P Flllwcbex N D1v1ne C Cralgen C Vanderbeek B Burgart Row 3 D Holt R Ga1bbert C Conlln M Ells K Waller S HIIIQUIS1 N Edwards D Gray M Strong A Damelson Row 4 N Lockwood E Gray M Jenklns B Hoxe Row 5 C Hagen J Swedberg C Clark J Lloyd J Rodgers B Scherer L Se1fer M Lease S Parker D Synnott R W1l1lS Pep Band Lrash' Bang' Glwe em more' Rovs 1 M Buettell Dnector D Doty J Ar1son Astlmg Row 2 P Reuss A Dan1elson J Jordan Rows 3 L Glaser J Remala N Parker D Carlson J Frcdrlck NI Saa hoff L Yardley L Custafson M Ells 55 O I . , - ' . . , . , . , . , . , . U , . , . A . ' z .- I , . . , . , . , . , . , . ', .. , . , . V ' , . . : . , . ' ,. . , . , . , . , . I , Hodge, S. Etchison, M. Gooch, G. Edwards, L. Johnson, B. Keuhl, S. McMillan, R. ' .I ' : . , . , . . U. , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . . w w' , 9 '. : . , " 1 . , . ' , ' . ' : . ,. . , . . ' : . , . , . , . K , . , . . -.., 1 . . ', . I , . . Orgonizolions Row 1 P Behlel D Carlson L Hoffman E Deutsch D Darl1n M Bock L Dun can M Cook J Exans M Buettell Row 2 N Coan S Hlllqulst M Ells D Gray N D1v1ne C Cralgen J Erlckson P F1llWebe1 B Bulgart L Cone Row 3 G Edwards L Johnson M Gooch S Haley D Holt A Dan1elson H Bergqu1st S Henry A Jackson S Elhott C Conlm Row 4 L Evans J Hendrxckx P Free man J Bennett C Clark M Jenklns B Hodge S Etch1son R Hove D Blanchard R Garbbert Row 5 D Frederlck A Alta K Dunmore M Johnson R Hoffman B Alexander J Hudson S Bennett C Hagen B Haka A Joslyn C Johnston E Gray Glrls Athletlc ASSOClatlOH The Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon IS deslgned to glV6 those g1rls who are 1nterested ln sports an outlet for the1r enthuslasm The club mth a membershlp of one hundred and ten was one of the largest groups 1n recent yeals The offlcers elected VSQIQ presldent Shella Ells x1cep1es1dents Bonnle War Ex ms and tlQdSLl1Gl Bonnle Haka Lndel the f.l'LllCldI'1C9 of M1ss Rosendahl the club had a XGIV successful yen B6f0l9 the snow st nted blOVSlllg In the fall the guls emoxed plaxlngf base ball soccex md speedball out on the field Duung the XXll'ltQl months the glrls DdltlC1Ddt9Cl 1n blsketbfzll and xolleyball ex erv Tuesday es emng The annual 1n1t1at1on XKl'llCll new members awalt wlth feal and tleplda tlon was held ln October llong Wlth a Halloween paltv Dllllllg' the dav the unfortunates had to meal then ha1r ln plgtalls tled Xuth blue and vwhlte 11bbons and tennls shoes adorned thelr feet The SGHIOI membels admmlstered the rltes of 1n1t1at1on After the fun was ox er, the glrls enyoyed a Sllppel fl'llS yeal the GA A once agaln was able to clalm first DFIZC ln the float con test wx hlch xx as held duung Homecomlng Thelr queen nommee Mary Ella Bock, also relgned as Homecomlng Queen Oh lookw there' J Hudson J lVIcCull'1h A Alta C Koch V Duncan n 1 1 I O' - r . 1 ' ' .7 ' ' . ' '. z ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . , . , . , . ', . , K - - - K s ' 4 ' n - 1 - y - y - K a -K 1 - 1 - 1 ' . . : . , . , Y , - , - . , . , . , - 1 ' 1 ' - y ' . , . . . N. . Y . Y - K ' ' - l Q' . , 'A ' . 7 K 1 K K1 ' KK , ' A , . f' ,- 44 Y H ' ' - 9 v . ' K.K v K , K. K.K - ner and Sylvla Selfertg secretary, Lois ROW 11 N- L0CkW00d, M- Johllson' ROWKZ: 'C 1' I 1 5 1 O 1 D , s. . 4 C y v ' c . , . , . Y , Y , 7 Q ' 1 'fs w . .. . , - - ' -N : f z '. I" b D K1 v K1 Z 1 v. . , A-A . 'l I 1 . Y I Y. I Y - ' K 1 1 v , K . K K .K 2 K. . K 1 I Y . V. 1 1 l K , K. . Z . V y 1 1. u ' A sf H U7 , . '1 ' : K S '. , L Orgonizofions Rowl J Lloyd A Tedford J Swedbelg R W1ll1s 'VI1ss Rosendahl N Lockwood J Rogers B Scherer L Selfex Row 2 K Masterson K Waller J Thuma N Parker L Lungstrom C Vanderbeek D Robmson V W1llke S Mundy M Saath off M Mmnlhan Roxx 3 B Kuehl R RIHIE E Myxdal V Kus J Stark M Roberts R Peplow M McCullah C W1fS1ng R Lahtl M Strong Row 4 M Lease J Ker xv1n B Synnott D Synnott S Parkel S Wessels P Reh P Reuss S Larkm N Solomon S Mc'Vl1llan Row 5 S Selfert J Reh J Lungstrom S Straln L Yard ley M T1app C Koch B Wa1ne1 B Olson M Weaver J Shuey One ot the blggest hlghllghts of the xear xxas the GAA Dance, xvhlch was held 1n February Don Adams and h1s olchestra proxlded the muslc for the King and Queen occaslon Stalrway to the Stars was the theme of thls years dance Royal blue and sllxer decorat1ons approprlately car lled out thls theme Carol Vllrslng and her escort Ray Larson relgned as klng and queen oyer thls gala exent In Aprll elght glrls vxere selected to attend the annual G A A Play Day xfxhlch xxas held thlg year at Rochelle The gurls xx e1e chosen on the extent of thelr act1x xx ele accompanled by Mlss Rosendahl and lllss Palkel the student teacher When they 1111x ed 1n Rochelle te zms named T01 dogs xx e1e chosen and many act1x1t1es such as alchely xolley ball and track and held ex ents xxe1e enyox ed by the g1rls On Nlay 21st the GA A had a p1cn1c at the by camore Palk They played base ball md enyox ed a d6llClOUS p1cn1c supper The G -XA ealned monex for ts manx dCt1Ylt19S by takmg charge of the checkloom during basketball season and sponsoung dances aftel the games At Class Day IH 'NIH xxxalds xxere presented by Allss Rosendxhl to all the gnls xxho cuned enough ments dur1ng the xeu to 1ece1xe one . , . , . '. : .. ,A . , . , . ' v I- . v - 1 I- y - y ' v ' ' , . . ' I . ' tv . , I. 'Q u - y - 1 - y .- , . , . , . , . . : . , . '- 1 ' 7 '. Y ' I .Y ' 3 ' Y ' 7. ' i 5 . , . A . : . , . , . , . , . - , . A , . , . ' ', . , . , . . . . . . 1 f V. ,, . ,, Y vs 1 . 1 ' , . r w .N w' 7 l 1 I ,. H. K 7 y , , : ' . C Wh,5m,,. R Larson ity' in G.A.A. throughout the year. They . .,. - . . v 4 -.' v ' . f s f U c , c . ' N 1 v 1 w r 7 . Y. ' 1 . . ., . . , , . - , ' . ' ' 1 Y - ' - 1, v ' 4 v Q -1 - 1 - . . A c N , z . - h. x , v A, 'L-A. L. 2 r r' . L. . A2 . -' px ' X f V 2 . Q . ' ' I 57 Orgamzohons Th1s vear the Spa1tan Club was spon sored bv Pete Johnson and Lee Wlathes xuth a total membe1 h1p of nfteen The organlzatlon IS deslgned to promote good sportbmanshlp 1n all fields of athletlcs Th1s club ls open to all ma1o1 lettel xx 1n ners 1n football basketball and t1ack The Off1C9lS fol the 1951 1952 wear vsere 'Nlorman RHCIHQ p1es1dent Ray mond Larson XICQ presldent John Mc Donald Qecletarv t1easu1e1 Rodgel Swedberg and Dlck Haldesty sergeants at alms The TIOUOIHIX membe1s lncluded Hr Lease N11 Qhlout and the coafhlng staff Membels sold lQflQNl'lITlLlltS xt the Globetrotter basketball 1, lme sexeral league g,1mes ind sponsored the xnnual Homecomlng, Dance to obt un funds to buy a wh1rl pool bath for the athletlc depaltment The monex was ilso used to defrax the expense of the annu il Qpartan Banquet and 1n1t1at1on The club also entered a float IH the Homecomlng Pa In May the Spal tan Banquet xx as held for membels honorau members and J McDonald Mr Johnson Qpartane on the Job mom for neulx p edged members fol lou ed the banquet Thls dlnner completed the xeal for the club Spartan Club Rovs 1 W Nhnsneld R Sxxedbelg Mr Johnson M1 Mathes T Elnest L Exms D Hardestw Ron 2 L Powell F Bmder D Hagen J Shrout L Sallbexg D Hodge J Schmltt M Flolent Row 3 J McDonald 1X Rlune L Troegel J QLIIDII R Thompson J Hendelson R Hoxe R Tedfoxd l I . v 3 , . . i ' : 1 ' , ' g - A. 7 . - 3 - , L . U- . L. . .5 . - 1 nw. I Nvv fkv ' A 4 . ' ,' , 1 '. U 1 , , ' ' . . ,' cf ' V2 , A ' ' ' T2 Q s s 2 ' Q , t K, . r ' 2 . S , - L i , 3 3 ' 2 L - fe v 1 ' J' U. 5 ' . rade, whlch won Second pmzeh huests 111 the caretelxla. An 1I'1dllCtlOll ce1e- xv If -vw tv - A . L in L swf - Q 5 ,M L L 58 Organizations Row 1 L Lalscn A A1ta 'VII Jes en P Skelly J Merchant Row ? E Salford J Mason P Pulham E Sharp M Sellers Ron 3 J Read J Revnolds R Johnson I1 Florent R Butzou K Raymond Troubles Nlerleq Merle Seller VISUHI Alds The Audlo Vlsual Alds Operatols Club has been do1n 1ts useful work agaln thls year Thex haxe shown many moung p1ctures for the benefit of the students Thele haxe been mole moung plctures th1s vear than last The number of colored films has lncreased and the number of s1lent fims decreased Th1S has pleased and has been of gleat benefit to the students The facultw adxlser Mr Jessen has been xerw helpful to all the operators He has been busy thls year schedullng and ordermg, all the films The old members were vuth us from the befnnmng of the X931 and sexeral haxe been added to ass1st 1n th1s blg Job The schedule was V!0lk6d out care fully m order that classes ln all perlods were able to see thelr films The presldent IS Paul Skelly uce presldent Martm Florent and secretarw treasurer Jack Read The staff of opera tors has glxen up 1ts study periods to help the students and It lb appreclated Organizations Row 1 M1ssBunse G Rum D Synnott B Synnott N Fxanklm J Mason S Stram E Deutsch Row 2 N Edwards K Mastelson J McCullah C Wlrsmg S Ells N DIVIHG J Housewert P Flllvxeber M Mmmhan L Cone Row 3 V Duncan G Edwards L Johnson M Gooch R Gar1bert S McM1llan VI Ells A Jackson C Conhn S Hlllqulst Row 4 M Cook B Warner M Trapp J M1chael J Hender1ckx P Freeman J Bennett B Hodge S Palken G Isham Row 5 D Carl son S Fraedmch B Ch11stenson G Ell1ott K Dunmore M Hartman A Alta B Alexander J Hudson M Kmghton C Johnston B Smlth Future Homemakers of Amerlca The Future Homemakers of Amerlca IS an orgamzatlon deslgned to gne those g1rls who are mterested 1n homemakmg a chance to deyelop those k1lls of cook L ts try thls for slze S McM1llan J Mxchael mg and sevylng yyhlch yy 1ll ald them yy hen they haye then ovyn homes Th1s year Mlss Bunse, a new member of the faculty at Sycamore H1gh School yy as the sponsor of the organ1zat1on The group met once ey EIN month for demon stlatlons and l6CtLl16S The glrls elected Bonme Warner fo1 then' p1es1dent The Jeanette Hender1ckx and t1easu1e1 Judle Mlchael Mrs Alta yy as named chap tel mother The annual 1n1t1at1on wasnt a frlghtemng as the new membels had an tlclpated lt would be Each plospectue membel yy as lequned to yy ea1 house sl1p pens he1 hdll 1np1gta1ls aplons and to yy ea1 make up on her face Aftel the old membels hid 1dm1n1ste1ed the 11tuals of lD1tl3.tlOll 1 d1nne1 yy as selyed to both the old and new membels The gnls p 11flClp3t9Cl 1n the mnu 11 Bake Slle 1nd they sponsoled Jeanette Hendeuckx T01 queen of the 1901 Home commg The t1ad1t1onal Sadle Hfwkms Day Dance yy IS not held thls yeal Th1s yyas a XQIV successful year fol the club and the students of SyC0h1 ale hopmg thele yy 1ll alyy ass be an F H A Z . 7 ' Y ' Y ' .fl Y ' 1 ' Y ' I I 7 ' I . . : . , . ' , . , . , . . - , . 4 . , . , . ' , . , l . , .4 ! ' 7 ' V .7 ' Y ' 1. ' 9 ' v K. S ' S - v 4 v ' , H e , v - . ,, ' V . 1 ' 4 S' I ' Vice-president was Sheila Ellsg secretary, h Q I 3 . A . ., I y q ' . I Y l v I I - . . . . . Y , Y c L b aku, u 4 A v l . l N, 4 K, vkw E 2 . .L Q Q' 4 Aw 7 2 . v. K. S . v ' ' .' z ' ' ' ' 2 2 ' ez z ' . ' ' I Y I 'Z A1 D 1. 'W 60 Qrgcxmzohons The PLUZLIIQ I4 11111618 of Ame11c1 held lts O1gdH1Zdt1OHll meetmg September 18 1091 O1fIC91w elected xx e1e 1JY'QS1d9I'lt Rex Lfuson xlu 1J1QNlCl8I1t Nlfutln Flo1 ent sec1et11x Iohn Jo1 d in t1e1su1e1 F1dnk Nllddleton 1epo1 te1 Iloxd I uson 1nd sentlncl fluence Rlch The FFA xx ls 1 luge 0l1IclIl17dt10I1 th1s xeu m1de up ot txxentx one second 1nd thnd xeeu membus md txx clxe green hand 01 flrst xeu mcmbus The group Illll lng the x e 11 The F F A xfx as dCtlXQ 1n the SLlIl'1I'Y18l especlxllx 1n the VOCdt1OY1dl Agl1CLlltLll8 F411 at Qandxuch Outstdndlng xx1nne1s lncluded Dax1d Deutech xx 1th da11y cattle and Jack Qu1nn Ed Safford and Martm Florent xx1th hoge The local chapte1 offlcers .attended the dlstrlct off1cers Th t Shirt, meetmff October 18 vxh1ch was held at Genoa Aleo about th1rtv bovs xfxent to the Inte1nat1onal L1x eqtock Shoxx Noxember 29 The chapter entered float 1n the annual homecommg parade and they sponso1ed Carol Vllrslng f01 que n M Flo1ent C Rlch J Jordan Future Farmers of AIUCFICH Roxx 1 M1 Ter1e1l L LHISOU R Hoxe D Deutsch L Powell R Frdntum F M1d dleton Row 2 F Muon J Jomer J Yunkex D McM1l1an E Satiord W Len schcw D W1FS1Dg W Tucker C Qu1tno Row 3 D Inman V Bulchard J Qu1nn K Raymond G Yunker C Crumbachex M Florent L M11otzn1k Row 4 R Len schow K Eby C Rlch J Edwards J Jordan T Brotcke G Holhnd G Carlson 61 O O - . -2 . .- 2 " if 1 W ' 'A' ' 1 Q I ' I ' 4 ' 'V . 1 , , 1 . v . .S 2 v' , X- . Ax' , A . . ' .- -E X . p ,, , Q H: A. Z Q' u Q :Y .T This I .. T 1 , , .1 W Ac 1 , W 1 s 1, z 1 ' . Q K 2 . . . 'z s z z ' ' ' ' .' 'X W' I 1 J 2 x 2 ' ' -' 1 11 ' 2 .x Q 1 S, - ' L. VV Z 1 , ,xx 'Q partlclpated 1n many ll1t6l'6StlIlf.Z' act1x'1t1es X 1 -r 2 xl I V , A., Q 1. 4. . 'z s ' ' ' ' s ', A A1 'Z yy ' . ' . -' Q M 1 a . 1 KX. v' . K1 5 . v. :kv 7 7 , ' l K v l va 1 L H - . 3 7 " I ' ' 1 V V S V ' ' . ' on ' . ' a . . , e . 1 Y ' X " ' , . , . , . . I . ' I, . . " , . , . , . . , . ' ' ', . , . ' . : . - ' , . , . ' , . , . , . , . c , . - 1 1 l 1 1 Orgcmlzahons The Cast Gus fMlSQ Gustax eskyl Dorothy Frederlck Martha Huntlngton Judy Mlchael Wally Huntlngton Bruce Qellers Sldney Huntlngton Lloyd Larson Iaur1e Huntlngton Mary Ella Bock Horatlo P Honeywell Martln Flolent Joan Wood Joyce Fredrlck Mark Bradford Wavne Mansfield ll rs Amella Dennls Sylvla Qelfert Mrs Carollne Blakesly Vonn1e Duncan Mrs Grace Schoenbeck Allce Alta Mrs Walola Breckenrldge Th 1ese Brown Donna Doty Ted Wood John ATISOH L1ll1an Wood Carole Koch Pas ers bv Gordon Carlson Bonnle Wal lace Jun Hooker and Allen Alta Under the able d1rect1on of Mr W1ne lorenner the QQHIOI class presented the play The Llttle Dog Laughed e storv of Lau11e Huntlngton a college sophomore ma1or1n ln psychology and the results of her psychoanalysls of her famlly and frlends After practlcally 1Ll11'1 The L1ttle Llfe IS so pecullar M Florent D Fredemck What IS lt" Dog Laughed W Mansfield M Bock B Sellers J M1chae1 L Larson O O . L x 7 l . . i----,Ai-F-A-, 'I KJ Jeanette Henderickx e' ss....,,,.ssss....,r,,,, 1 Q - l --A-Y--F-AAJ'------'V'---F I - .s L . . , 1 r 9 v ' ' ' ' , - cs ' ' 99 v ru . 4 1 , C6 . A l ,!7 X ., N . 3 , . l g . 66 ' H 62 Orgcmizolions V Duncan J Hendcuckx A A1ta S Selfert D Doty Dld w ou hearq mg the soclal llfe ot hel famlls bx hel L1I'1D16Cl1CtdblQ analysls the tables V616 turned md Ldulle p ud 1n full fol hcl actlons 111113 Laulles NULITILIQI lJlOt1'lkl d1d not lppreclate her blexklng up h1s no mmce w1th Joan X1 ood Nluk Bxadtold stood the actlons ot hel pst ChO21l'ldl5lBll farnlly Llfe was further compllcated fol the Huntlngtons when Sld lealned h1s DLIQIHQSQ ru al Ted Wood or Deadwood as he called h1m was plannmg to extend his buslness lnterests Lau11e lulned the chances of her fathers extendlng h1s 13118111885 too when he lnsulted the wlfe of the bank presldent Th1s dehghtful play came to a close of course Wlth ex erx one 1n a gay and caleflee mood Sue Bennett as asslstant d1recto1 and the departments of the ploductlon staff lncludlng propeltles stage llght1Ylg' make up costumes tlckets programs prompters and ushers deserxe much cred1t for the smooth operat1on of the play durmg practlce and the final per formances Sexeral weeks were spent ln prepala tlon fo1 thlS annual exent durmg XX1'11C11 tlme the cast and the comm1ttee mem bers as well as Mr Wmebrenner gaxe up xaluable studx t1me md remamed at school late 1n the exenlng 1n o1de1 to plescnt the play to the best of then 1b1l1t1cs On the nn 11 nlght 111 igleed that th1s h1l lllOL1N comedv w IS 1 gleat success and exch p lltlClD2ll1t w IS glid that he hid fuxtheled lts success Unsung heroes J Mason B Edwards M Castenson D Kendall J Caldwell A ,s .1 i. 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Organizations The 1951 Homecommg celebratlon whlch was held the mght of the St Charles football game was a great suc cess Alumnx and students both emoyed the annual affalr Whlch was orlglnated by our coach Mr Mathes Students were appomted to commlttees to ee that the affalr would be the best one yet The blg day started when the VHFIOUS orgamza tlons of the hlgh school decorat d thelr floats In the afternoon a parade was staged to show off ou1 beamlng candl dates fol queen and the beautlful floats to the publlc The unlfo1med band also pa1t1c1pated IH thls parade The GAA agaln thlQ year xvon first prlze fo1 the best float Mary Bock Queen Mary Homecommg Pretty as pictures C Wlfslng S Ells L Hull M Trapp M Bock J Hender1ckx B Warner L Cone V1g0FOUS Campaigning WHS Cal' organlzatlon to see that 1tS candldate recelved the honor of bemg crowned queen The halls were decorated W1th post rs proclalmlng the beauty and V11 tues of each candldate Martln Florent acted as master of ceremon les at the game Before the varslty game co captam Jerry Henderson crowned the G A A candldate Mary Bock queen of the 1951 Homecom mg Queen Mary presented the foot ball whlch was used 1n the game to co captaln Raymond Larson Her court and thell sponsors xx ere Iou anne Hull Spal tan Club Lorralne Cone Band Bonnle W lrner Leaxes Jeanette Henderlckx FHA Calol Wlrsmg F FA Shella Ells Pep Club and Marlanne Trapp Syco H1 Lltes Sycamole s xlctory ox e1 Qt Chaw les made the ex emng a successful one lndeed We oxxe many thanks to those who helped to make lt an ex ent to be lemembel ed Next year s ex ent Wlll have to go fa1 to outshme the 1951 Homecomlng 64 I O I . , - Y , . . . . Q ,. r . K , K - ' as ' 1 0 X e .. K - ' L ff' . - I ' N . . rled out by the members of each . . O . . c . . r V . . . . , , - 7 . . - ' 1 w . . In '1 Y v ln . . . , - I A a ' 9 J 1 I ' . I v un ' 1 y C 9 -v ' ' an , . . ., s , . . .3 H I . . - .- J r 1 1, Y. v 1 1 A Lf' f ' 1 1 y ' y 4 v sus . 7 6 1 . . N . y . 1 4 . c ,f 7 W ,A wx , . , Athletics Row 1 L Sallberg L Trceger R Hove J Crowe R Larson J Henderson R Swedberg N Racme Mr Johnson Row 2 L Evans G Carlson G Yunker R Ted ford R Thompson J Quinn R Hagen D Hodge Mr Brantner Row 3 J Shrout D McM1llan G Benson L Powell J AFISOH J Elllott R Sm1th F Bmder J Schmltt C Crumbacher Varslty Football The 1951 football team under coach Pete Johnson started practxclng 1n late August for what eventually resulted 1n a hlghly successful season the best on record ln the h1story of Sycamore Hlgh School The team gaxe 1nd1cat1ons that they w ere headed for a good season when they t ok the field on Sept 14 and trounced Sandwlch 28 to 0 1n the first game of the year The team remalned unbeaten but tled three tlmes untll they were out the last game of the year whlch was played for the champlonshlp of the Llttle Sexen Conference Many of the players recened speclal recognxtlon Rodger Sw edberg was plcked on the All State team besldes gettmg a blrth on the All Conference team Bob Thompson Jerry Henderson Dlck Ted ford Rusty Racme and Bud Qumn were placed on the second team All Conference whlle Ray Larson and Dlck Hardesty TQCGIX ed honorable mentlon The season ended wlth a squad of 24 fellows Most of them earned enough po1nts to recelve a letter for the 1951 season Rodger Swedberg was voted the Most Valuable Player by hls team mates and by the coaches VARSITY RECORD Sandwlch Rochelle Batavla Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Geneva St Charles Napervllle West Chlcago Wheaton Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore L' " ' , 28 ..,...,.,......,..,.,, ' 0 . ' . . ' 6 ........................ 6 ' , ' 7 ..l......,......,.....,... ' 6 classed by a very strong Wheatonuteam 1n Sycamore 20 -'-',.. -..---"".,. ".--- D u ndee 0 ' ' , , ' , 0 ....................... 0 ' V 14 .................... . 0 'M ' 1 13 ...................... ' 13 - , - 12 ................ ' 0 ' ' . , V - y 7 .r.........,..,........ . 41 65 Afhlehcs 'S-'vi 454 ""s,,,,,,,,.sf"' Al l L Co captam J Hendex on Co Captam R Larson Row 1 R Sweciberg R Tedtold R Thompwon L Trceger G Yunker Row 2 R Hove L Powell J Qumn N Racme L Sallberg Row 3 F Bmder J Crowe R Hagen R Hardesty D Hodge Qdfiw 1 xl L 66 I 2 , ,, ' ' X ,f q , Af' - ' 'Rig K 3- fi: "'4' . , c V :A , , RA wmv J . ' ' 2 L Q 1 'X C , 5 i ,J - ' . es - ' . : . , . ' , . . , . , , . . . : , . , . , . , . . I . , . . , . , . . V,,-.. ...--, , , .. H-, ' ,. , M I I ,L . , I ..,, f y 'Q I I " N - 5 ,A ., 2 I I V , . a- ' f .k, V I ' J . 131 V . , riaimf' Q . ,gf 6, 5 Q 7-'iw ' Q . f 1 fi' 1 ., W ' Ja K, , K ,. U, . L , A A , The pa t Flosh So h tootball et on may be COHSIGQISG one ot the best on lecord at Sycohl foa h Lukas succ ed ed 1n pul mg h1s xeteran squad thlough xxlth a 500 record conslstlnff cf 4 WIHS 4 losses 1 tle Through the season the spunky 0 ttit earned a nevel say d1e leput 1t1on s xx ell as an ab1l1ty to be 1 last mnute team Thls stem from the tact that they made the decldlnff bleak IH the last '15 seconds of thlee games When fired up the boys played first cl s ball affalnst heaxler and largel op DOSIUOII In the players op1n1on the best game of the year was not a w1n but a t1e the one w1th Dundee In that game they held a larger team to a scoreless t1e even though backed up to the one foot llne Thls game rex enged one ot the xx orst lo ses of last season The xarsltx quad next year xx 1ll take all but e1ght of the boys plctured beloxx Athletics At th clasc of the season the team elected hlgh polnt man Dale Tucker most x xlu-xble plax 61 and l1nemen Tom Brotcke and J1m QDCOI honorxry ctptalns The slgnal ctlllng of Bud Tlapp may be labeled one of the outstandxng factols of the season Sycohx may well look upon the past season IS one of teamwork thrllls and sp1r1t as well as good portsmanshlp Wlth CODJEIHLIQC1 school sp1r1t we look forward to future seasons xx hen these players w1ll compete tm the Vars1ty Sycamore Sycamore Syc 1mo1 e Svcamore Syc xmore SYCWYIIOI e S5 CclII'1Ol6 Sycamore Prosh Soph Football Frosh Soph Record 2 Sandwlch Batavla Dundee Geneva Charles Napervllle W est Chlcago Wheaton Row 1 S George T Blotcke D Whltney D Remala J Spoor J Qulnn N Van meter L Garland R Ferguson K Mul11 an Row 7 Mr Lukas L Math-ey D Wxrsmg G Yunker D Tucker H Trapp R Wmebrenner K Lashbrook J Hooker S Dmsmole M Sellexs Row 3 G Lalley H Kellogg R Polovvell G Swanson L Ross P Burkart K Hmuchsen M Carpenter J Thomas J Remala R Read A l 1,7 -Sgt " r'2s e . J . -'Y nu. T ' A xnv . . 3 , K 1 v . T '1 1 r ' 1 V 1 ' ' L . J' ' C L 1 . K. ' 2 c 1 U , ' - V' .W ' v 1 1 ' T u I V I ' , . L' , c c . ' . , ' , , ' 3, s I 2 2 ' 'Q ., . ' 'S --S - ' 1 2 ' as 1 y ' v 2 ' S ' ' 2 i 1 . S 2 .' ' , ' , ' A S ' 'Q K K ' ' kv v 2 S S A 1 ' l ' ' ' 1 ' I W 1 1 . 1 . . ' V g . 2, . . . . cz H , ' ' 4 . . C A. , 2 3 . - 4 , sa ' lx ..,,,,.,.........,.. , . . 1 -' I, -u Sycamore 6 ,r,r...,......,rr,,... Rochelle 19 . ' ' ' G ..Yrr...,.r,............ 27 Y ' , , - 2 ' 0 ...rrt..VrYr,,,.,....... ' l V 6 rr,..............,r..... '. ' ' ' p 2 1 .....Y,r..r,rr.r.. St. 14 F-A -' - - 2 ' O ,,,,,corcr,oc,,,.,,, ' 14 ' ' ' S a ' " ' ' A 14 ......,,,,,, ' ' 13 ' - ' ', - ' 0 ....r,rc,rr..,........ 30 W . : . , . ' , . ' 1 . , . , . ' , . - . h, . , . , . g . .,: . , . , . . - ' , . ' , . 'I I . , . , . , . V 1 ' V ' ' ' i i Y ' 7 ' 1 ' Y Q I g W- . 1 , - L 67 Athletics Row 1 J Foster R Lindgren J Clark C Gibbens G Behler J Tucker H Peplow Row 2 J Florent J Tomlinson J Kitchen R Bowman J Hastlng D Ross R Robinson Row 3 Mr Stevens 'VI Carter J Lindstrom M Johnston B Smith F Brown J Carlson L Bowman Row 4 M Burst J Thomas F Sibley C Sibley R Fredrick D Russell R Lahti D Warner Junlor High Football The Junior high enjoyed a successful football season under the direction of Coach Aldrich Stevens When D1 3Ct1C6 started in the earlv fall the boys began to condition themselves as well as review and learn fundamentals and plays In the opening game Sycamore fought a hard battle with St Charles which ended in a 6 to 6 tie Still keeping up their good playing they trampled Wood stock by a score of 33 to 6 which rep resented Sycamore s highest scoie of the the boys met a stronger Belx 1de1e eleven The final score was Belvidere 26 Syca more 14 The Junior high football team came back by winning over Rochelle 14 to 6 1n a well played game The llghtw eight team also beat Rochelle Ex en though Sycamore lost to Crystal Lake 20 to 6 they showed fine spoitsman ship and playing ability during the game The last game of the season was against Dundee Although the heavy weights lost 6 to 0 the llghtweights won over Dundee by a s ore of 6 to 0 Some of the outstanding players to be ongiatulated R ere Robert Fredrick Charles Gibbens Mark Johnston Jim Tucker Fred Sibley John Clark Bob Lmdgien Jim Foster Ronnie Bowman John Florent Rod Robinson Merle Brust and David Russell Jim Foster and John Clark were co captains for the season The team attended the annual football banquet a reward for their fine sports manship and team spirit Although the team won less than 50 percent of their games the season was successful The boys learned valuable information and develo ed playing skill for next years football teams Varsltv Scores St Charles Woodstock Bely 1dere Rochelle Crystal Lake Dundee Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamoi e Sycamoi e : . , . ' I . , '. ' , - , - I , - - : . , . , . . 1 , . , - A y . I . I . , 1 . , . 1 ' . 1 ' . 1 , , . , . ' , Z . , . , - y - va ' ' ' c . I V L.. ' . N . . . V , . "' Q' X7 ' . Y c . . , N9 7 7 7 7 ' . P . . A , 7 7' 7 . ' 7 . . , u by , , , - ' . 9 - 7 A - . season. After winning over Woodstock, , 7 - - K - 7. " . 1 .. - , . . . . V! ' ' 7 , " 16 ........,,,,,s,... . s 6 . - 33 ,.,,.sr..rs,...... 6 , . . . . . . 14 ---q-,v.g-V--q--,,- - v 26 ' 14 ....,..............,.,.. 6 . 1 6 ..........,.,. 20 . - H 0 ......,........,...s,.,. 6 68 Athletics Row 1 L Tro ger N Racine W Mansfield R Swedberg J Henderson M Florent Row 2 J McDonald J Quinn T Ernest R Hardesty L Evans H Powell Mr Mathes Row 3 D Stroberg J Schmitt R Hagen D Hodge J Lee F Bmder L Ebright Varsity Basketball The 1951 1952 basketball season was another successful one for the Sycamore Spartans Although the squad was ham pered by inJur1es capable substltutes helped carry the load In Little Seven of the Spartans renewed the rivalry with Dundee and but for a mid season upset by Naperville might have glven the Car dun als a scare in the final game of the season Wayne Mansfield captain and high scorer led the team from his forward position playing center when needed Mansfie d placed second in the conference scoring race and was named to the All Conference first team He also was voted Most Valuable Player by his teammates Rodger Swedberg although playing few er games because of injuries was the team s econd highest scorer of the season and ranked high in the conference scoring Rodger also was named to the All Con ference startlng line up and with Mans field collected most of the rebounds Jerry Henderson one of the shortest men on the squad was a steady rebounder and scorer and his fight and drlve added spark to the team He was given honor able mention on the All Conference team rellable ball handler and as the teams top defensive man he was usually assigned the task of guarding the oppon ents top scorer Bud Quinn the only Junior on the team was a good shooter and a hard driver From their back court positions he and Racine consistently fed the front trlo Twelve players lettered this year the letter Winn rs including Terry Ernest Martin Florent Dick Hardesty Jerry Henderson Don Hodge Wayne Mansfield Harold Pow ell Joe Quinn Norman Racine Leon Troeger Joe Schmitt and Rodger Swedberg Six of these players Ernest Hardesty Hodge Powell Quinn and Schmitt will form the nucleus of the team next year I K ky I ' 34 ID' A rw , : . e , . ' ', . , . , . , . . .. : . , . , . , . , . , . , - Y , y , ' ' 1 7 n ' Conference competition this year's edition Norman Racine, senior guard, was a . V . . , u s , s, 9 - u - , v , - - - . , . ' 7 1 , Y , n u . n u , . 7 - 0 - 1 . - . 9 1 . . , . ' A , 1 Y - 1 . v . v ! Y v ! ! ! . . . , . 9 I 7 ! s ' ' . I , . . l ' Yr 1 s 1 . . - , Y. - D , . 69 Afhleiics XJ -iq "Huw" W W K4 hs... fx A Yjx sy 1' w"5441 NY ll N T EIHGSI Flolem R Hudg tx J Hunduwu Hur 0 NI Ill lm c H Pmxcll J Qumu 'N Ru mc IO V, - .. K ,- A , , '- K ., . , L L N K yn, LJ ' 1 -: . x A in 5 x f YKAK ,wr . , ? ' A ' rx A ,' 3 3' AVKA I A V- yii K? A , ' . in L . , Q . - 4. A , ' E Q . D v yy jj' ' 1 Q ' 'A L . ' "Qs 'V' .i 2' I .v- 1 t W, 7,5 V , ' 2 ' 'f Y bg A 5995 1 " ' fif, NA , W ' f 4 4 1 fx V' if 1 WX Q65 v N , gb F L X f 1 GW' ' , xx !?m ' K ' 'T ' fix X 4 X 7 " fy ' ' X S 1 1 A R 1,7 ,N .. , 'X I f ,........,.,, W A wikryxw ' LK 4 5.,. Q5 T I Q' 5 WX - ' A 'A. " 53' . M. I Y I V x K4 ' 'KW' . ' J KT. ' . 2 ' XS V' . X N D. lg VV. A L 5 ' X11 . ' 1 . f ' .'. 2 'ir r Varslty Record S5 camore Sy camore Sy camore Sycamore D Kalb Hol1day Tournament S3 camol e Sy camore Sy camore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sy camol e DeKalb Reglonal Tournament SX camole 49 Genoa K1HL,StOH Sy camole 52 Hmckley Q Tj M J F' ' 8 ,,,oY.YY,Y,,,,,,,,..., ' 28 ' 53 .....ec..,c, S . ' 28 L' 59 ,,,,A.........,..... " 30 . 42 .w,.,,A,,,..,.,,,... 47 ' ' 69 .ooooo.... 36 ' 47 .,,.,Yrr,,.o........ 49 ' 67 ...,....,..,.... A " 47 46 ..........,....... 38 58 ...7...,............ ' 39 32 ..,,..,..,.,...... 46 66 .,o.ooo.......,o.. 46 49 ,,,...,...,.,,,,.... 54 53 .....,ee.,,... . 43 40 .....v,o,oo.,.,r.,.. 57 Sycamore 47 ...........V. ,eoe.... ' ' 42 54 .,,,...... Y ' 51 46 ..o.oY.......... Y " 50 S 80 ..o,...,............ ' 57 52 ..,... 57 62 .......... . ' 48 53 ......,,oooc,,.... 40 ' Q 63 ..,......,,o,oo,.... 73 Uv' ' .,.o,. - ' f. 3J nf ' ,,,,,v,,r,,,,,,,,, ' 56 J. Schmitt R Swedberg L Troeger W AL r ' ' Q f. if A Xi 1 Aihlehcs On November 12th about twenty five boys reported to Mr Johnson wlth the hopes of maklng the Frosh Soph basket ball team As lt was necessary to cut the quad down he chose the thirteen most promlslng boys and the rest vu ere put on the Freshman team Th1s year was not very successful for our Frosh Soph ln the won and lost column but the coaches do belleve thls group of boys shows potentlal champlon Shlp ablhty Many of our games were lost by one two or three pomts as for example those wlth St Charles Wheaton and Batavla Mr Johnson worked long and hard experlmentlng w1th dlfferent combma tlons trymg to find a w1nn1ng team Throughout most of the year the startmg Garland as the guards Buddy Trapp and Tom Brotcke as the forwards and Kelth Hlnrlchsen at the center Dale Tucker Bob Ferguson Marshall Carpenter and Steve George frequently broke 1nto the l1ne up for the Spartlets lhe team had no 1nd1v1dual stars but worked as a team as do all successful squads Bud Trapps Jump shots Ronnle W1nebrenner s long shots and Kelth H1n rlchsens hook shots provlded many a headache for the defense No one w1ll forget the twenty one pomts Ronnie W1nebrenner tallied agalnst West Chl cago Throughout the season the llght Welght squad showed a flghtlng Splrlt and they always gave the crowd an actlon packed game wlth a close score Next year team should mold 1nto one wlth champlonshlp pOSS1bll1tl9S wxth Rlchard Mlnmhan Bllly Lenschow Mar shall Carpenter Bob Ferguson and Larry Mathey returmng for next year Bud Trapp was named to the second team All Llttle Seven Conference and was elected most valuable player by h1s team mates Lets all hone that when these boys are Jumors and senlors they w1ll be battlmg for first place ln the Llttle Seven Conference Frosh Soph Basketball Row 1 R W1nebrenner H Trapp T Brotcke D Tucker K Hmrlchsen S George Row2RM1n1h BF MC tLGldESffdDR1 n an erguson arpen er ar an a or emaa Row 3 R Horne S Dmsmore D Matteson P Burkart G Swan on H Kellogg K Lashbrook L Mathey rf'KNhv- O - ,r . . . ' 'I . , . . ' ' n n , . . , . . a , - 2 . . , . J l , . 9 1 . y S l , . l , , . . . . .. . . ' 9 9 ' K 1 . , . . . . . 'dve were Ronnie Winebrenner and Lyle - - , : . 7 9 . . , . , 9 a K Q u Y 1 , u n , u : . I' . , . , . , . , . ' ' , . . : . , .U , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . s , . , 49 Tom B1 otcke who play d a forward po s tlon was a hard drlver and a good de fen we ball player Marshall Carpenter one of o1r freshman payers has been a great ald to the te m and we are hoplng to see more of hlm next year Bobby Ferguson has be n one of our scrapplest players He was asa a freshman and should see more act1on next year also One of our smoothest ball handlers was Lyle Garland He handled the ball Wlth ease and finesse Another sophomore d1d h1s b1t when called on by Coach John son Kelth Hlnrlchsen was one of our best centers Sycohl w1ll need h1s slze now that MIC Mansfield and Rog Swed berg have departed Bud Trapp had the combmatlon of bemg a fast and trlcky ball player Freshman Dale Tucker should see act1on agaln next year ROHD16 Wlne brenner allas Long Shot developed ln to a fine ball player the latter part of the season Let s hope he keeps up the good work Now thls IS a ball Sycamore Sycamore Sy camore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Alhlehcs Frosh Soph Record Dlxon St Charles Batavla DeKalb N aperv1lle Rochelle Geneva Freeport Wheaton Dundee DeKalb Batavla West Chlcago Napervllle Geneva West Rockford West Chlcago Wheaton Dundee Belvldere Frosh Soph Tournament Sycamore 43 Harlem Sycamore 32 East Rockford H Trapp Mr Johnson PUW WOW 27 ....,.......,o,,,,,,,,,,,, ' 24 . . ' . f ' ' 33 .........,......,, . 35 " S. ' . R ' U Y 30 ---q--,------....'--.A-- ' 35 1 - Y , ' 26 .....,.............. .,,. 3 4 ' 3 ' 36 .r...l.e............ ' 32 ' - , 28 .....,................ 34 6 . 35 .4...................... 32 " - . 33 ...................,.. 45 43 ....,.....,.........4. 44 - ' 30 ..4...............4..... 45 . . . ' ' Sycamore 33 .,.......,........ St. Charles 31 - - - ' 29 ........................ 26 p " - 46 ............. . ' 38 , , 3 , 28 .................,.. ' 47 45 ,,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,, 54 - ' - . - - , 51 ,,,,,,,..,,. 61 , ' ff 3 ' - 47 .............. ' 49 4, 51 ................,..... 34 ' LJ 39 ........................ 61 38 58 73 Athletics Row 1 C S1bley G Behler J Clark G Thomas R Llndgren J Foster Mr Stevens Row 2 J Tucker R Bowman J Florent D Warner M Johnson R Berg qulst R Fredrlck F Slbley Row 3 J Kerwm H Campbell J Thomas J Llnd strom J Dunmore R McCall J Holcomb C Glbbens Jumor Hlgh Basketball Another h1ghly successful JUIIIOI hlgh basketball season was wrltten 1nt0 the record books th1s year after a full schedule of games under the guldance of Coach Aldrlch Stevens The elght 1 glade cagers won tw elye of s1xteen games du lng the regular season falhng tW1C9 before Ellvvood of Ghdden 1nd Belvldere Included 1n the strlng of x1ctor1es were wms over Bel udere and Glldden and a pau of lop sxded trlumphs ox er East Aurora As a fittlng chmax to the campa1gn the e1ghth grade warslty captured the champ1onsh1p of the first annual Syca more Im 1tat1onal Tournament p1l1ng up conx 1nc1ng X1Ct0I'l89 ox er Halsh Ellvs ood and Belt 1dere en route to fimsh vuth a 19 won 4 lost record for the year Playmg a more modest schedule the scrappy sexenth grade squad won ten of fifteen games for a respectable record Lackmg the QIZG of the elghth graders the seventh grade club had to rely on speed Splflt and shootlng ab1l1ty Happy Champs lex J Clark Row 2 Mr Stevens F Slbley M Johnston R Fredrlck J Dunmore R Llndgren 74 I : . 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' ' ' 1 Alhlehcs EICHTH GRADE RECORD SEVENTH CRADE RECORD Sycamore Sycamol e Sycamore Sycamol e Syca mol e Sy camore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore SX camol e Sy camore Sycamore Sycamore Klrkland Belwldere St Marvs Halsh E Aurora Glldden Genoa Klrkland Halsh Ellwood St Mary s Genoa Glldden E Aurora Ellwood Sycamore Invltatlonal Tournament 1 Sycamore 38 Ha1sh 2 Sycamore 47 Ellwood 3 Sycamore 38 Belv1dere Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sycamore Sy camore Sycamore Sycamore Svcamore Seventh Grade Basketball Kirkland Belvldere freservesl St Marys Halsh Glldden Klrkland Halsh Belvldere Central Genoa Central Gl1dden E Aurora Ellwood Row 1 H Brasel S Hammett M Brust R RODIUSOH J Mulhgan J Kltchen Ross Row 2 R Whltney B Smlth lVI Carter D Russell F Brown R Lahtl L Bowman H W1lk1n Row 3 Mr Stevens J Hastmg R Marshall J Buck L Trou man E Gaul J Howe J Toml1nson 39 ...................... 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M505 v I 1 yu ,Iwi Ron 1 D Hodge N Raclne R Swedberg W Mansfield J McDonald J Qumn L Powell J Hendexson Row 2 Mr Mathes Mr Cahlll R Hagen F Blnder R Tediord J Elhott H Trapp J Schmltt M1 Braslnl J Shrout Track The 1952 t13Ck team had a YSIY sue Rodgel Swedbelg quallfied at the d1str1ct cessful season They D31t1C1p8.t9d IH the meet 1n Rockford and vsas el1g1ble for the tl 1angula1 meet Palatme relays and the State meet at Champalgn dlstrlct meet at Rockford besldes placmg The coaches are looklng form ard to a thu d 1n the Llttle Sex en Conference meet successful se INOH next year Power pose The lme up R Swedberg D Hodge J McDonald W Mansfield N Racme J Henderson ' l 76 O , l,,-,.j-- , .-,,.v,s www- e.,,,,,A,ew,,,. ,. e,tse We v.. so ,msg Y T, Y at unity: V n at ' ' I . . , It I' N I 1 l as 'X , Q L Y' K EMI- Y ,Q ri 6 4 0 ,I mg - ' 1 X ' +4 ' 'L '31 V - . ' as i L ' H5 X? . . 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' J , , T I M , ' - J 1 4 Calendar QP- B Warner L Hull S Bennett N Racme C W1r mg R Larson J Hendelson Senlor soclal hour ChlpS and Saw dust Sept 1 The open doors of SyCOhl welcome us back fox another yeal the afternoon bedraggled and beaten stu dents braxe the book exchange to be equlpped for the oncomlng year ln the salt mmes Aw now lets not be bltterl Sept 25 The smlllng man from Cul t1ss Publlcatlons cime today to com lnce us of the lewards of magazlne selllng Furthermore he tempted us wlth b93Llt1 ful prlzes He sule makes It sound easy Oct 10 The NIOIFISOH photographers a1e here to snap the Semors smllmg faces Senlor plctures at last' Anybody got '1 comb' Oct 19 Get out those shlny conxerts cause lt s a beautlful day for the parade Queen Mary relgns ower Sycohls fourth annual Homecommg We w hlpped St Charles and es eryone w as ln good sp111ts tol the uctory dance afterward Oct 23-JLIIIIOFS sweated through those enjoyable bnlx G1 slty of Ill1no1s tests today Oct 24 Tomght the Hallem Globe tlotter gzxe a fasclnatmg and amusln performance 1n Sycohl s gymnaslum Oct S0 Ouch' T B tests Tonlght the G A A had a Hallowe en party at whlch the 1n1t1at1on of freshmen proxlded laughs for all all except the freshles How d1d you like the egg shampoos glrls ' Oct 31 Smlle k1dd1es' Those men Leax es Book lNos 2 Our football heroes tamed the 1oa11nf Wlldcats of West Chlcago D1d you ee that block by D1ck Tedford" Nov 6 Nutchuk the ESk1mO was a guest of our assembly telllng us many of hls experlences and showmg us h1s beau tlful fur parkas Nov 8 An assembly was held today to announce the wmners of the Volce of Democracy contest Congratulatlons klds Nov 9 The field was cleared of snow but Wheaton burled our champxonshlp hopes IH a flurry of touchdowns Nov 16 14 The Llttle Dog Laughed and so dld the audlence The Senlor Class Play was a howhng, success' ,,....... . 7 -Ci . 2 f' K In 0 ' -W, K .4-Q-wr" ' AT WWW' , .eff ' ,, ,,.. - ,- I .....'f A . , . , . , . , . s , . , . 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'i r ' - ' , N , ' 's fa' f 'f -'tr - " fs , , . g Calendar L35 Z4 Box Z1 The Kangaloo COLl1t held lts annual sesslon to DIODOUUCQ all flGSh men bow 2.,Ll1lfX of xauous cumes All the c11m1nals en1owed the comfolt of the electuc Chau lNcw ZZ Z5 At last Th xnksglxlng holldays' hos Z4 Watch the bndxes agaln mole 1JlCtLll8b xx e1e taken fol the Leax es how 29 Ton1g,ht the F H A held thelr annual 1n1t1at1on partw and pot luck Quppe1 how 30 Nlany JLIDIOIS and S more tlax eled to DeKalb thls mo1n1n fox the College Dly ploglam The1e student 1n telwleu ed lepresentatlwea fl om mam col'eg,es IJIQQSIXQ 1I'1ClLlCt1OT1 celemonx thls after noon at 3 'O D c 6 Todaw many students boalded the Qchool buh to ,go to the DeKalb Sam tal 1um to take T B X lays Dec 1 An old faeh1oned frult 1oll for Mr Lukaa by the 1nhab1tants of Room 01 Dec lu Pep Club sponeored a mlxel dance to help us enyoy the Yuletlde sex eon Crash' Bang' Cue em more' Oh mv fallmg arches' The wlnner bw a leg' Nix bl moment l v Y - . . . 1 vs , ' Y ' v .' L. .' K. l . ' . ' . ' ' ,. . . -4 : 2 , S , 2 S r' -' J. . T . , Y Ya I1 . r n 1 4 Y - L- ' -w C ' A 1 v .w 1 I 0- a 'X D f z ' " . ' s S ' - 4 1' v 1 S ' y K . . v i . r .l. Dec. 4-The Honor Society held an im- L. 6 .6 v A - 1 .11 . e . - ' : ' 1 r f ' I '- F' ' U ' , 77 . F- ' ' ' I KN l Y . hw 2 - . V , . - I . 9 .Y ' ' v .ir A . Pl ,I f e A of Y I 8 'x. L M f ta . fr gn l 78 Dec 21 Thls lftQlHO0ll OU1 Ch0lLlSQ gene 1 be llltlflll Chustmzs concelt and school closed fOl 1 lon m uted hohd xacatlon D c 26 29 Manv students enyoyel the hohday tournament at DeKalb Jan 4 Back to the old ,g,r1nd' bchool re opens much to the students regret Jan 12 Tomght we proudly ehowed off our new score board as host to Free port s basketball team .lan 16 Speed typlst Grace Phelan showed us the trlcks of the trade at As sembly thlg mornmg .Ian 1118 We Qweated through the malked the end of the first semester Jan 21 Th1s afternoon an assembly uae held to present the football aualds Jan 30 At Assemblv thls mormnp Vhss Harrlet Smlth told us of her 1nte1 estmg uolk It the Fleld Museum Feb 2 Tomght we danced to the theme ot Qtalru ly to the Stars 111 ro mlntle SL1I1OLllfld1H2,S at the G A A d inet Operation snow removll lost for words Dont lock fendere Lold Rosleo Calendar .li . ' ' 1 4 ' 4 - . - X . C - 1 a A C 4 3 rr ' 4 1 ' Y Inv 4 1 n x . X ' C C n IA s . J ' 2 g-2 'z' ' aff ' 3' 'K 1 ' ' . 1 .. e . - .- V s 3 , f Q r- r ' w i ' -' i . a 4 ' L, K . ' ' 2 .. . 1 ' r ' x ' 3 ' 1 , . . iq A . .- g ' - T r v " V 1 ' 1 - r . Fl - . v Y sl f 4 third degree today. Semester exams . X ' . Lv S S . , E A ' . T 'nw f f as 5 . r' l ff V 1 7' A 'Ss ' ' L, ' 1- ' f ' ' z ' f J . 1 . ' Uk . ' we 4 kv" ' N - z 6. . K. vc I 9 1 , . , . l A I ln- 11, ' A 19 Calendar 1 17 -X du off to ccleln 1te lmthd wx ot the g.entlen1an 11 ho has stood s0 patlentlx 111 ou1 hall T01 so mmx xc 11s Food old Abe Feb 20 The sex enth g,1ade hobbs sl'lOXX 1n N11 Stex ens loom att1 acted n1 znx 1nte1 sted students and faculty membexs Feb 29 The 1un1o1 h1g,h Spo1tsn11n Club 5 leap 3ea1 dance xx as h1gchl1ghted bs a fine p1og1an1 Mar 3 1 The 1 e g1o nal basketball tOLl1H2ilT19I1tS X1 e1e held 1n DeKalb th1s wen We h1ted to see ou1 bovs defe1ted 1n the second lOLlHd Mar 6 The Sscohl Band md 1stu de11t panel f1 om M1 W1neb1'enne1 s 1u111o1 Ifngllsh cl xss made IICTIO lppeuances 1n N I on the A11 'Nlar lu Some of S1 cohls HTUSICI iris 1Jllt1C1Ddt6d IH thc solo ind ensen1ble mue1c conteet at Dundee today Mar ZZ F H A Rally at St1llman X alles Gee' P0et1y' Wlar Z4 Coach Russ Ahearn of He b1 011 s state champs had u ords of msdom f01 all to hea1 at the Llons Club s basket ball banquet 1n the cafeterla Behmd the egg ball NICE work Roger Bundlee for Brltam Merrw Chrlstmas r 1 1 1 lllglllg, mc IS chee1ful ph1losophx desp1te h 1I1dlC xp- the CO1NlCdI'1 WIus1c1an was an 1nsp111t1on to us all Aprll :J The mvced cholus and band both recelx ed second place 1n the NILlb1C Fontest at Dundee todax Aprll 8 Th1s mormng the famous Coe College Band gaxe an excellent per formance 1n our gym New members of the N3tlOD3l Honor Qoclety vsere mducted 1n an 1mpress1xe ceremony before the P T A Aprll 9 15 Dont set the alarm clock Easter wacatlon at last' Apr1l 16 Sandmch helped to make g,ett1ng, to be a hab1t Aprll 18 Foods classes headed for the Wmdy Clts Aprll 21 D1 Trapp came todax to ex pla1n the annual Boy G1rl W eek The colo1 ful campa1g,n1ng of the pol1t1cal D31t19Q 1s non LlI1d61VK ax POSt8l make1s and C31 toomsts emoy a field das Aprll 22 Hr Telrell led the annual b1Ol0L,y p1lg11mage to Ch1cag,,o Qlllte a bunch of P1l5,11ms as usual' Mlss Whlz Merrllw we roll along Hold that pose One nlght of heaw en Calendar Ma . 3 -W'th h's s' f' f 1 l h': .V S . A w. 4 . - . . ' Y , . ' 1 ' 3 our track debut a successful one. This is r ' r ' . . . , . . . .- p .V 1 . ' Y ' -1 . ' . T . ,. . T l . I ' y..' 1 A- 1 . ' 66 ' 9, 1 ,Q ' 9 .. 5 I 'V V U ' 3 . Lf ' - N ' .1 A be 1 t 81 Calendar rg' 1 April 24-A bang-up rally was held today complete with band, speeches, and banners. Kustocrats and "R" Party in a tight to the finish. Dodo throws away the script. April 25 We Went to the polls todfzx and elected Dlck Kus Dodo Frederlck and Jerry Henderson for lmportant Clly Off1C6S Aprxl 26 The blg mght IS here We dance 1n a Hawauan Paradlse at the J un1or Sen1or Prom Good mormng' Aprll 29 Chemistry students N1S1t6d Chlcago to do thelr part 1n helpmg to xx ear out Route 64 Max fl Elghth glade Romeos and Jullets xx altzed axxax the golden moments at the11 annual dance 'VIax 10 Rog Sxx edberg, s shot put ef fo1 ts at the D1st11ct Track Meet at Rock ford quahfied hlm for the state meet at Champalgn Another lonely xx eekend for Vonme ' Sex enth grade students Jolned the m1 glatlon to Ch1cago Future sophomores' Max 16 Class Day and the senlors sadly marched up the alsle to the old fam 1l1a1 tune The Class Wlll hoxxexer add ed a fexx laughs to the sober atmosphele Track tuner Lxttle Shavers Prom prep Vhndx llne up ,1-x lisa... LK, V v -V. , M kg, un g ly 1, , , . 3 I I . Y . . . . v ' 66 " ' 99 . . Y. . V Y . 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Calendar Flttln for fllttln Max 11 The elghth grade students 1nx aded Chlcago to marx el at the xx onders of the Aqllaflllm Planetamum Fleld Museum and the Museum of Sclence and Industry Max 19 After a somexxhat pamful xx eek the Spartan pledges xxere formally lnducted at a banquet IH the cafeteua Requests by two or three pledges to re mam standmg, durlng the meal xxele den1ed Wlax 21 G A A members plcnlcked today Max 22 The sexenth grade Varlety Shoxx uncoxered some DTOIYIISIHQ, talent fo1 future h1gh school mus1c and dramatlc productlons Max 23 The SyCOh1 th1nclads finlshed a close th1rd ln the Conference Track Nleet at Wheaton The host school and Nlaperx 1lle fimshed ahead of Us as pen LLls'EOm Wlfix Z6 Jets stleiked acloss thc All but exy exlenced R xx Hoxe xx ere ,ue it lx 1l'llIJl6NNBIl Nl IW Z8 Z9 We dldnt mlnd those stlfl Ucams s0 much becluse thex lllcllkefl the en ot thls school xeu A xet to bc membeled for SUIQ unel sa mos Ll xx tl"llOLlf.,h the SSHIOIS mlnds tonlght 1 It xcc zlluleate celemonx Onlx thlee mon daxs md hlgh school xxlll be ox 91 We box s June 3 The sen1ors vxobbled mu the gymnaslum at Commencement tomght A fexx slghs xx e1e breathed and some tea1s xx e1e shed as the graduates clutched thelr dlplomas and xxh1spered a fond farewell to the1r belox ed Alma Mater June 4 We xx ent back to get ou1 18 port ca1 ds today and xx alked out the do IS of SyC0hl for the last tlme thls year A qulet settled ox er the empty halls and old Abe keeps xxatch ox er the bulldm ull xxe letlllll next fall Farexx ell 'wf ..t.:.-s-.:'-I-'-' me-rfxv-fr"l9"f"j'wS"',h Mfwynllil 2hU...M-'gigf . . , . . , Y , Fi ' K A - ' . 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