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To Mr. Heinsohn, who, through
wise counsel and keen interest has
made possible wider opportunities
for the youth of this community,
we dedicate this 1937 i'Amerian".
l lONlEWARD BOUND
Since the bus system was introduced, many notable changes have taken place in the school as
The number of pupils from the country has been greatly increased, the attendance of rural
pupils has been improved, and more rural pupils have been given an opportunity to take part in
extra-curricular activities ofthe school. Last, but not least, is the improved morale and atmosphere
of the school.
When the bus system was introduced in 1934, about 125 pupils came to school in four busses.
In 1935, the number was increased to ISO, and this year 175 pupils come to school in five busses,
four of which are new models
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MR. L. l"'lElNSOHN
River Falls, BE.
Lniversity of Minnesota
St, Olaf, B..-X.
St. Olaf, B.,-X.
Home Economics ll
University of Wisconsin,
St. Olaf, BA.
lniversity of Wisconsin li S
Social Science, .'l1u.tic
St. Olaf. B A,
JEAN MARY CURRIER
Social Science, Speech
University of Wisconsin, B.A
River Falls, BE.
St. Olaf, BA.
Home Economics I, Biology
Stevens Point, BE.
River Falls, BE.
University of Wisconsin, Ph.M
University of Wisconsin
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President . . .
'I reasurer .
Advisor - 1933-go
Officers of Seniors
. Allan Mooney
. Luella Sylvester
. Francis Spurrell
. Betty Wendt
- Miss Lober
Sec retary .
. Wayne Swesey
. . Betty Wendt
. Allan Mooney
A pleasant mixture of a good
sport and a swell pal.
Entered from Turtle Lake, Glee
Club1.z.4,Ch0ar 1, 3, 41 FFA.
11 Band 1, 3, 4, Class officer 1,
Orchestra 1, 3, 41 Madrigals 4,
A fair exterior is a silent recom-
Glee Club I1 G.A.A. 3, Class
Ofhcer 1, 31 Red Warrior 1, 4,
Amerian 41 "Attorney For the
Defense" 41 'Shepherd of Beth-
A pyrotechnical, ejervescence
of etymological psychology,
Debate 1, 1, 3, 4,Oratory 1, 3, 4,
Extemporaneous Speaking 1, 3,
4, "Attorney For the Defense" 4,
Amerian 4,.Red Warrior 4Q Base-
Ball 1, 31 F.FA. 1, 1, 3,
Innocence is bliss.
GAA. 3. 41 Home Economics 3,
4, Pep 1,Re:i Warrior 3, 4.
"Alley Daffodil" 3, Glee Club 4,
Choir 41 Red Warrior 3- 4L Home
Economics 3, 4, G.A.A. 3 , Pep II
Accompanist 1, 1. 3.
No matter the size, the amount.
Band 1, 3, 4.
All great men had red hair.
A worker always doing her level
Band 1, 1, Declam. 1, 1, C-lee
Club 1, QQ Red Warrior 4.
Both hands on the wheel his eye
on the road to success.
Debate 1, 1, 31 4,Oratory 1, 1, 31
Extemporaneous Speaking 1, 3,
4, Amerian 4, Christmas Pageant
4, "Shepherd of Bethlehem" 3Q
Class Officer 4.
The moon has often shown on
Declam. 1, Choir 1, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, Pep 1, 1, Ci,A.A. 31
Glee Club 1, 1, 3 , Cheer leader 1,
"Alley Daffodil" 3, Home Eco-
nomics 3. 43 Red Warrior 3, 4Q
Good Goods in a small package.
Band lj Glee Club 1, 1, 3, 4,
Choir 1, 3, 4, Vocal Solo 3, 4,
Accompanist 1, 1, 3, 41 Vocal
Duet 3, 41 Vocal Trio 4, Class
Officer 3, "Alley Daffodil" 31
Red Warrior 3, 4.
When theres nothing else to do
at nite - I go to bed.
PepBand 1, 1, 3, 4, Band 1, 1, 3,
4l Orchestra 1, 1, 3, 42 Glee Club
1, 1, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1 ,Choir
1, 3, 4, Cheer Leader 3, 41 "Alley
Daffodil" 3, Red Warrior 4,
Clarinet Solo 1, 1, 3, 4, Football
1, Basketball 1, Student Music
Director 3, 4.
Happy go lucky and free --
Wfhat zwrries you, worries not
Glee Club zz GAA. i, 2, 3. 4:
Declamatory 1, z, 3Q Home Eco-
nomics 3, 4: Red Warrior 4.
Don't think I have brown hair
and dark eyes for nothing.
Declamatory ig Glee Club i, zg
Red Warrior 3 1 Home Economics
Entered from New Richmond.
Boxing 4: Basketball 4.
I have no use for the women.
If there's anything to be done,
I'm there to assist.
Cheer Leading zgOratOry i, 3, 41
Declamatory i, zg Red Warrior
31 Home Economics 3, 43 Pep i,
2pC.A.A. 31 Band i, z, 3, 4.
Not all Good-lookers are fickle.
Glee Club i, z. 31 Mixed Chorus
lgChOir 7., 3, 4, Declamatory i,
2,-3, 41 Red Warrior 3, 4Q GAA.
31 Pep i, zg Extemporaneous 1.3
Home Economics 3, 4.
Do I like Pontiacsl
Red Warrior QL Band 1, 3.
. . . cheer him!
For the lustrous Swede hath
Done the thing that ought to be.
Orchestra 3, 4: Band 1, z, 3. 42
Basketball i, 1, 3, 43 Football 21
Brass Quartette 3.
He thinks, and thinks and
thinks - once in awhile.
Basketball li FFA. 4.
Girls like the twinkle of an ath-
Glee Club z, 32 Choir 4: GAA.
2, 43 Home Economics 3, 4.
I keep quiet.
Glee Club zg Declamatory 1,
Her foremost charm - sim-
Red Warrior 1. 5 Home Economics
3, 41 Librarian 4.
AS dependable as the rock of
Baseball 1, 1, 3, Basketball 31
"Attorney For the Defense" 4.
Oh, dear- l'll have io
straighten up my dates.
Class Officer 1, 1, 43 Glee Club II
Band 1, 1, Orchestra 13 Football
1, 1, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 1, 3, Bas-
ketball 1, 1, 3, 4.
Oh, what a man I shall be!
Band 1, 1, 3, 41 Orchestra 1, 32
Debate 31 Choir 1, 1, 3, 41 Glee
Club 1, 1, 33 Tendr Solo 1, 1, 3.
F.A.A. 1, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 22
lt's my heart, not my high
Choir 1, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1,
Clee Club 1, 13 Red Warrior 3,
Amerian 4, Band 1, 3, 41 GAA.
1, 1, 3,Piano Solo 1, 3, 4, Madri-
gal Singer 4, Orchestra 3, 4.
I'm here, even if I don'1 tell
Football 2. 3, 41 Cvlee Club 1,
Choir 1: Basketball 1, 3.
She does the little things the rest
of us leave undone.
Glee Club 1. 15 Choir 3, 42 De-
clamatory 1, 1,
BETH MARY MOONEY
.Shes little, but so is a stick of
Declamatory 1, 41 Glee Club 1 g
Red Warrior 3, 41 "Attorney For
the Defense" 4g "Alley Daffodil"
3, Home Economics 3, 4.
Girls, dont take me seriously.
Football 1, 1, 3, 41 Basketball IQ
Baseball 1, 1, 33 Olee Club IQ
F.F.A. 43 "Shepherd of Bethle-
Blessed be the man who invented
Wlhy hurry." Tomorrow is an-
Glee Club 1.
The only thing lacking - a high
lvlixed Chorus 1 5 Clee Club 1, 1,
3, 4, Football 1, 1, 3. 4Q Choir 1,
3gBasketbaII 1, 1, F.F.A. 1, 1, 3,
A happy disposition is a gift
"Alley Daffodil" 33 Boxing 41
"Shepherd of Bethlehem" 3.
He must be a provider, who
G.A.A. 2, 33 Choir 2, 3, 43 Glee
Club 1, 3. 43 lvladrigals 41 Solo
Wisely and slowly, they stumble
who run fast.
He's always at his best
XVhen he can be the constant
Basketball I, 2, 33 Band 41 Red
1'm not always so quiet.
Glee Club 1, 23 G.A.A. 13 Home
Economics 3, 4.
Not talk, but thought.
On week days - I take my rest.
Entered from Turtle Lake. Class
Officer 33 Amerian 43 Football 3.
Gee, I like to dance now'
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3,
4: Baseball 2, 3, 41 Band 1, 2, 3,
41 Oratory 1, 2, 3, 4, Amerian 41
Red W'arrior 3.
She must be spoken for.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43Orchestra 2, 3, 43
Choir 2, 3, 43Glee Club I, 21 Red
Warrior 43 Amerian 4.
What do you say to a girl when
you want a date.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 41 Debate 1, 2, 3
41 Class Officer 32 Boxing 41 Bas-
ketball Z1 Oratory 3, 4, Extem-
poraneous Speaking 3, 4, Red
Warrior 43 Amerian 43 Speech 4.
Give her enough rope and watch
her skip out.
Debate I, 2, QQ Oratory 1, 2, 33
Extemporaneous Reading and
Speaking 21 Pep 1, 23 Class
I thought I caught myself study-
ing - Dreaming again!
Baseball 1 3 Christmas Pageant
41 Red Warrior 4. Page U
PAUUNE X' IETOR I do my studying in school.
Ready to work' 'eddy to Play, At night there is time for play.
Ready to help wherever she may Entered from Balsam Lake.
Clee Club IQ Pep 1, z, GAA. Home Economics 3' 456166 Club
314' 1,z,4gClassOFficer z, 3.
El-NNE ANDERSON The answer to a maidenls
There are two days one .should prayer.
never worry about-yesterday Glee Club I, 1' 3, 4: Choir 43
and l0"'10'f0w- Debate 2, 3, 42 Amerian 42 "At-
Pep Club 1, 1, Glee Club 1 g G.- torney For the Defense" 43Cheer
A.A. z, 3, Red Warrior 4. Leader 22 Extemporaneous
Speaking z, 3.
Gangway - or else.,
Football 1, 1, 3, 4: Baseball 1,
2, 3,Boxing 4,F.F.A. l,7., 3. W
The Senior Class started off with an enrollment of forty-seven members. Mildred Schmidt was
elected president, Allan Mooney, vice-president, Clifton Hilberry, secretary, and Helen Anderson,
treasurer. They chose silver and dark blue for their class colors. They elected Miss Lober as class
Their Sophomore year found a host of new members: Clement Rochford, Wallace Olson, and
Bobbie Anderson entered from Turtle Lake, Olga Studtman from Star Prairie, Ruth johnson and
Francis Peabody entered from New Richmond, Betty Wendt from Balsam Lake, and Cordon jerdee
from Deer Park. With our gain we also received the loss of Marion Behling who entered Milltown
High. During the Sophomore year Allan Mooney served as president, Wayne Swesey as vice-presi-
dent, Betty Wendt as secretary, and Bobbie Anderson as treasurer.
During the junior year Francis Spurrell served as president, Florence Halverson as vice-presi-
dent, Clement Rockford as secretary, and Betty Wendt as treasurer. Marjory Nelson left Amery
to enter New Richmond and Wayne Swesey to enter Chetek. We elected Miss Ede class advisor
alter Miss Lober left Amery High.
Allan Mooney again served as president during the Senior year, Everett Chapman as vice'
president, Luella Sylvester as secretary, and Helen Anderson as treasurer. We regained Marion
Behling from Clear Lake.
The seniors have taken an active part in school life both in scholarship and extra curricular
activities. They have carried forward their class motto, "One step at a time and always forward!"
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Officers of the Juniors
President . . . . Howard Route President . . . . Paul johnson
Vice-President . . Anna Mae johnson Vice-President . . Howard Route
Secretary . . Mildred Hillestad Secretary . . Lester Sjobeck
Treasurer . . Robert Davis Treasurer Anna Belle Lalvlere
President ..... Gertrude Crewe
Vice-President . '. Marvin Gehrman
Secretary . . . . Herbert jones
Treasurer ..... Mae Curtiss
Advisor - Mr. Simon
Assistant Advisor - Miss Currier
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A little nonsense now and then
Is relished by the best of men.
F.F.A. 1, 1.
Music can soften pain to eas
Choir 1, 1, 32 Glee Club 1, 1, 3,
Solo 1, 1, 3, Duet 1, 3, Trio 31
Speech Class 3 3 Home Economics
15 Amerian 3, Declamatory 3g
Extemporaneous Reading. 3 3 Ma-
I'm not lazy, I just don't feel
F.F.A, 1, 1, 3, Baseball 1, 1, 31
"Shepherd of Bethlehem" 11
Glee Club ll Football 1, 1, 33
Basketball 1, 1, 3.
Care sets but lightly on my
F.F.A. 1, 1, 3, Football 1, 33
Winning is her way and pleas-
ant is her smile.
Home Economics 1, 32 GAA-
1, 1, 31 Declamatory 1, 1,
As necessary as salt and pepper
Glee Club IQ Home Economic.
-Shes tall and kinda' thin and
she can giggle and make you
G.A.A. 1, Home Economics 1, 31
For he's a jolly good fellow,
Entered from St. Croix Falls
High School 33 Football 31 Bas-
ketball 3g Boxing 32 Baseball 3.
Twinkle, twinkle, athletic star,
What a bashful boy you are.
Basketball 1, 31 Baseball 1, 1, 32
Boxing 3 3 Football 1, 1, 3 Q F.F.A.
1, 1, 3.
She's not as quiet as she may
Orchestra 1, 1, 35 Pep Club lj
Home Economics 1.
Variety is the spice of life.
Glee Club 1, 1, C1,A.A. 3, Li-
I wouldn't begood ifl could and
I couldn't be good if I would.
Glee Club 13 "Attomey For the
Defense" 31 Choir 3.
The world belongs to the en-
ergetic -- Who wanLs the world
Band 33 Amerian 31 "Shepherd
of Bethlehem" 23 Orchestra 3:
"Attorney For the Defense" 32
Class Ofhcer 3.
She has no time to sport away
The load becomes light that is
Pep 13 Home Economics 2, 33
Say not that she did well or ill,
Only say she did her best.
Declamatory 1, 2, 33 Speech 3,
Cv.A.A. 23 Extemporaneous
A deed well done pleaseth the
Glee Club 1, 23 GAA. 1, 2,.33
Class Officer 1 3 Home Economics
23 Library 3.
Independence now,' independ-
Band 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Glee
Club 1, 2, 31 Home Economics
2, 31 Pep Band 1, 2, 33 G.A.A.
2, 32 Pep IQ Speech 33 Declam-
atory 1, 2, 33 "Attomey For the
Defense" 31 Choir 1, 2, 3.
He never says loo much, so he
never gels in "Dutch"
FF..-X. 1. 2. 3.
lf she has any faults, we have-
n't been able to find them.
Pep ll CAA. 1, 3, Glee Club
1, 2, 3l Home Economics 2, 3.
He was a simple country lad,
But of a roving mind.
FFA. 1, 2, 33Glee Club 1, 2, 33
Choir 1, 3.
She talks and laughs and talks
some more, and she surely has
Declamatory 1, 2, Orchestra 1,
2, 33 Amerian 33 Home Eco-
nomics 2, 31 Red Warrior 3.
I am not of many words.
Home Economics 2, 3.
For she was jes the quiet kind,
Whose nature never varies.
Pep 1 3 Home Economics 2, 3.
A quiet lass.
I profess not talking, only this,
let each man do his best.
Choir 33 Red Warrior Staff 3.
j EANETTE JACOBSON
The unspoken word never causes
Pep lj Home Economics 13
ANNA MAE -JOHNSON
The rule of my life is to make
business a Pleasure and plea-
sure is my business.
Glee Club 1 3 Choir 1, 31 Declam-
atory 13 Pep 13Cv.A.A. 13 Piano
Solo 1, 33 Home Economics 1, 3.
I am content, content as can be.
G.A.A. 11C-lee Club 1, 1 3 Speech
33 Home Economics 1, 33 Ex-
temporaneous Reading 1, De-
clamatory 1, 1, 3.
A willing worker - a good
Glee Club 1, 1, 33Choir 33 Home
Economics Club 1, 3.
Home Economics 13 Cvlee Club
1, 13 Library 12 Red Warrior 1, 32
Choir 1, 1, QQPCP 13Debate 1, 31
Orchestra 1, 1, 31 Extemporan-
eous Reading 33 Class Offmcer 33
G.A.A. 13 Amerian 3.
LE XXON lvE1zsoN
Without friends I would not
choose to live.
G.A.A. 1, 33 Home Economics 1
Wfhafs the use of worrying?
Oratory 31 F.F.A. 1, 33 Football
1, 3Q Extcmporaneous Speaking
33 Boxing 3.
She who will have me - here I
Here comes Paul with his
He never hurries -yet he's
Glee Club 1, 1, 3, Football 1, 13
Class Officer 13 Choir 33 "Alley
Daffodil" lj Band 1, 33 Bass
Extremely busy and quiet about
C-lee Club 1, 1, 32 Home Eco-
nomics 1, 31 GAA. 33 Pep IQ
Not a sinner nor a saint per-
haps, but a musician and the
best of chaps.
Cvlee Club 1, 1, 31 "Alley Daffo-
dil" 13 Solo 1, 31 Orchestra 33
Choir 1, 1, 3Q Amerian 31 Vocal
Be silent and safe.
Home Economics 1, 33 G.A.A, 3.
Quiet, unassumingg going about
her own business.
Library 13 Home Economics 1, QQ
G.A.A. 33 Pep 1.
In spite of all the learned have
I still my old opinion keep.
F.F.A. 1, 1, 33 Amerian 3.
From a little spark may burst a
F.F.A. 1, 13 Amerian 33 Red
Warrior 1, 1, 3.
Most glorious night,
Thou wert not made for slumber,
Home Economics 13 C1.A.A. 1-
He's a good boy, but held make
a better bad one.
Class Officer 21 Football 1, 1, 32
Basketball 1, 1, 31 Baseball 1, 1,
Sometimes I sit and think and
sometimes ljust sit.
Football 1, 1, 31 Basketball 1. 1,
31 Baseball 1, 1, 3.
She enters things with vim,
Band 1, 1, 32 Glee Club 1, 1, 31
Choir 31 Declamatory 1, 1, 3:
Speech 33 GAA. 33 Library 3:
Home Economics 1.
.So Sweet the blush of bashful-
Clee Club 1, 13 Home Eco-
Quiet lass, there are but few.
who know the treasures hidden
Home Economics 1, 31 G,A.A. 3.
I hasten to laugh at everything.
G.A.A. 1, Pep IQ Clee Club 1, 1,
31 Choir 1, 3: Speech 3.
A silent member of our class.
Living. to wing with mirth the
Clee Club 1, 1, 31 Choir 1, 1, 31
She doesnt laugh, she giggles,
Pep 1 3 Home Economics 1, 3.
These girls dont mean anything
F.F.A, 1, 1, 3, Baseball 1, 1'
Football 1, 1, 3, Boxing 3.
Wfilling, sludious, dependable.
Could anything be more com-
Pep ll C..-XA. 13 Clee Club 1,
1, 3, Choir 3, Home Economics
1, 32 Debate 1, 1. 3, Library 13
Extemporaneous Speaking 1, 1,
Extemporaneous Reading 3, De-
Tell me quickly-yes or no,
What - W'hat shall be my des-
Choir 1, 1, 3Q Glec Club 1, 1, 33
Cheer Leader 1, Orchestra 1, 1,
3, Band 1, Vocal Solo 1, 1, 3.
There are enough serious things
without considering yourself one
Entered from West High, Nlinne-
apolis, Minn. C-lee Club 31 Home
Cool, calm, and industrious,
But I like my share of the fun.
Band 1, 1, 3, Choir 31 F.A.A. 1,
1, 33 Brass Trio 35 Clee Club 1,
3: "Alley Daffodil" 13 Orchestra
3: Solo 1, 3, Football 13 Quar-
ELSI E MAE ODBERG
'Twill all be well -
No need to care.
Home Economics 1, 3.
Because I am myself I am
Home Economics 1, 3.
Silence is more musical than
Glee Club 1, 1, 31 Home Eco-
nomics 1, 3, Declamatory lj
Choir 3, GAA. 1.
Am I late?
Basketball 1, 2, 32 Band 1, 32
Baseball 1, 1, Football 1, 1, 31
Class Ofhcer 3.
Hast thy toil o'er books con-
sumed the midnight oils?
Clee Club 1: Home Economics
1, 33 Cv.A.A. 3.
Silence never betrays you.
Home Economics 1, 3.
She's jolly and cute and clever
Choir 1, 33 Cvlee Club 1, 1, 33
"Alley Daffodil" 13 Vocal Solo 1.
Not that I love studies less-
but that I love fun more.
Cvlee Club 1, 13 Choir 1, 1, 33
Orchestra 1, 1, 33 Band 1, 1, 33
lnstrurnental Solo 1.
Many a smile she smole,
Many a wink she wonh.
Glee Club 1, 33 GAA. 33 Choir
33 Home Economics 1. 3.
Without friends I would not
choose to live.
G.A.A. 1, 13 Glee Club 1, 13
Choir 1, 33 Declamatory 1.
Not so still and silent as one
C-lee Club 1. 1, 3.
I thought her quiet until
I knew her life had frolic in it
Glee Club ll C-AA. 33 Home
Economics 1, 3.
Why hurry? The day is long.
F.F.A. 1, 1, 3.
Sober, but not seriousg
Quiet, but not idle.
Football IQ Boxing 33 Glee
. . . devoted to the wide open
spacesg his heart is void offrills
F.F.A. 1, 1, 11 Football 1, 1, 3.
She acts just as she ought.
Clee Club I 1 Home Economics 2,
3: Pep IQGAA. 3.
RLIBY HIANE VOLGREN
l'm a little prairie flower,
growing wilder every hour.
G.A.A. I, zg Clee Club I, 2, 31
Declamatory I, 2, 3.
l'm slow but Ill get there yet
FFA. 2. 3: Football 2, 3.
If school life is liberty - give me death,
Basketball I, 2, 3 Q Football I, 2. 3'
Baseball I, 2. '
Only weeds grow tall.
Cwlee Club 2, F.,-XA. 2, 3.
Do thy duty that is best,
Leave unto thy Lord the rest,
Seen but not often heurti.
Glee Club I. 3, Home Economics 1. 3.
All great men are dying,
Antz' I'm not feeling so url! mx-self
Choir I, 2, 3, Football I. 1. 3. Clee
Club I, 2, 3: Basketball I. z.
His aim was only to amuse.
On their own merit modest men are
Basketball 31 F.F.A. 33 Entered from
New Richmond 3.
Himself alone 5 none other he resembles.
LA NYERN E THOMPSON
The more I see of women - the more
I like cats.
Basketball I, 2, 3, Football I, 2. 3,
Baseball I, 2,
If she will, she will, and if she wont
Clee Club I, 2. 3, Pep I,C.A..-X 2. 3.
A toiler. a worker among men
Baseball I, Basketball 2.
To be seen but not heard.
Home Economics 1, 3,
Whatever anyone does or says
I must be good.
Glee Club I, 2. 3: G.A.A. 31
Piano Solo 2, 3
Let the girls go on their wayg
For me they really needn't stay.
Baseball I, 22 Basketball I, 2, 31 Foot-
ball I, 2, 3.
Laugh and the world laughS with YOUR
Glee Club I, 2, 33C AA. 3 , Home Eco-
I'm so busy doing nothing. I have time
for nothing else,
I'm not really as bashful as I seem.
Entered from Baldwin 3.
High school days have their delights,
But they cant compare with high school
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Front Row: Geneva Simons, Iona Wilson, Francis Quinn, Olga XVenberg, Froydis Myhrwold, Ethel
Green, Marjory Bloomquist, Barbara jones, Agnes Kurchinske, Ferne Nelson, Eva fylartinson,
Mill Hanson, Advisor.
Second Row: Verle Bergren, Lorraine Gunderson, Gladys johnson, Amy Bottolfson, Maecille Fvlettler,
Ruth Erickson, Lorraine Kclrusch, Ethel Munson, Pendora Starrup, Katharine Guanella, Gloria
Christenson, Charlotte Morrison.
Third Row: Robert Gomsrud, Boyd Mattson, Alfred Granum, Robert Lynch, XVilired Kuhl, Frank
Ploszaj, Harold Porter, Clayton Schwalen, Dale Fox, Kenneth Brodt, Harold Grewe.
Tuesday, September 8, saw a group of "sophisticated" people, hardly recognizable as the Freshmen
of last year, resume our roles as a part of Amery High. Our appearance was dignified, and rightly so,
for were yce not Sophomoresg no longer "green," but experienced in the ways of our world?
And now to set upon the task of "browbeating" the lowly Freshmen who had taken our humble
places! Miss Hanson, our class advisor, called a class meeting to elect officers, and incidently, to get
plans under way for the initiation party. The following officers were chosen: President, Alfred Granum,
Vice-President, Laurence Hedlund, Secretary, Kenneth Framsted, Treasurer, Margaret jerdee. A
committee was appointed which planned a party immensely enjoyed by all. QWe hopeb
This Spring we Sophomores have been busily racking our brains for ways and means of raising
money for next year. Taking our lesson from the juniors, we have decided that we canlt be too soon
in planning for the expenses we'll have to bear when we are "in their boots."
Now one more year at Amery High is about ended and next year will find us juniors. May the
other two years be as enjoyable as have been the preceding ones.
Front Roux' Della Layng, Emily Sather, Carol Behling, Verna Siltberg, Charlotte Kurchinski, Clara Mae Sindelar,
Lorraine Peterson, Evelyn johnson, Grace Williams, Elsie Peterson, Lillian Peterson. Doris Peterson, Gertrude
Nlorrison, Dorothy Selvig, Luella Nacey.
Second Roux' Betty Rich, Margaret jerdee, Helen Overgaard, Catherine Vieter, Jean Berglund, Viola Peterson, Alyce
Byl, Elvira Warner. Louise Gust, Bernice Olin, Helen Gustafson, Donald Thompson, Robert Rich, Glen Winger,
Third Rau-: Yvonne Olsen, Lorraine Hallman, Helen Chelberg, Gertrude Rochford, Helen Hanson, Myrtle Cook,
lxlildred Field, Carl Warner, Vincent Carlson, Alvin lwlillerman, Lawrence Ziegler, Alder Larson, Melvin Carlson
Nlorman Benson, XYillard Lee.
Fourth Row: lvlorma Gordon, lvlavis Alm, Grace Ellis, Earl Iverson, jimmy Kraska, Lawrence Hedlund, Lee Dosch,
Robert Wiekert, -john Linder, Kenneth Framsted, George Haium, Archie Spurrell, Carl Johnson, Sammy Lien.
Front Row: Eleanor Kuckler, Ilene johnson, borraine Ausen, Mildred Anderson, Muriel Carlson, Charlotte
Wilhelm, Miss johnson, Ruth Peterson, Shirley Cornwall, Gail Brusletten, Rose Marie Valgren, Anarine
Second Row: Herbert Sorenson, Walter Andreen, Irving Hanson, Orin jerdee, Stewart Titze. Arlyce johnson.
janet Anderson, Edith johnson, Dorothy Phillips, Harriet Aronson, Norman Kerr.
Third Row: Francis Murray, Bob Voltz, Kenneth Lundgren, Royce M hre, Robert johnson, Lawrence Lovegren.
George Nelson, Robert Dosch, Harris Aronson, Clarence Bruner, Czflyde Fox, Rueben Wualen
A great event for the Freshmen and Sophomores took place on the evening of September i7,
1936. Initiation! Carameled apples were served after initiating the Freshmen and a good time was
enjoyed by all.
A class meeting was held by the Freshman class for the purpose of electing officers. Those
elected were: President, Karl Schockg Vice-President, Shirley Cornwall, Secretary, james Winchester 3
Treasurer and Reporter, Gene Hansen. At a recent meeting we decided on blue and gold as our
The Freshmen Citizenship classes have taken a short course in "Safety on the Highway." After
the completion of this course we wish to inform all pedestrians to walk on the left side of the road.
Certificates were awarded to the students upon completion of this course.
One tragedy marked this year. The death of our classmate and friend, Marguerite XX ise,
Front Row' Nella Linder, Bernice Berry, Beatrice Berry, Clarice Route, Dorothy Kinney, Gene Hanson, Lorraine Nloberg, Betty Ann
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Siebrecht, Helen Myhre, Margaret Denver r , V S
'Third Row: Kenneth Gordon, Eugene Thompson, james NNinchester, Karl Schock, LaNerne jones, Clarence DeLawyer, tanley
Simonson, Donald Leadholm. Elmer Nacey, Spencer Haskins
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Front Roux' Emmett Kelly. Warren Aronson, Ted Peterson, Dean Yoltz, Steve Ploszaj, Bill Cillespie, Allen Mooney, Edward Nordahl
Second Row: David Sather, fvlarvin Cehrman, Orin Wold, La Verne Thompson, jack Thompson, Frank Ploszaj. Robert Ryder, C ldyton
Schwalen, Robert Rich, Paul Wilhelm
Third Row: Kenneth Brodt, Leslie Haskins, Herbert jones. Kenneth Bruner, 'lied Bartnik, Nels Anderson, Donald Olsen, Harold Crewe
Melvin Carlson, Mr. Lien, Coach
RECORD OF GAMES PLAYED
i. Amery ..... ...25 1. Osceola..,.,,
2. Amery .... .. .12 2. Somerset, . . .
3. Amery .... . . . o 3. lvlilltown. .. .
4. Amery .,.. .. . o 4. Cumberland. ,
5. Amery .,,. . . , 7 5. Crantsburg. . , . .
6. Amery .... ,. . 7 6. St. Croix. . . .
7. Amery. . . , .13 7. Frederic. .,
8. Amery ..,. .... 2 7 8. Boyceville. . ,
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Front Row: Herbert Jones, lvlarvin Gehrman, Clifton Hilberry, Allan Mooney, Leslie Haskins
Back Row: Coach Lien, Emmett Kelly, Howard Route. Gerhart Henke, LaVerne Thompson, Robert Ryder. Nlanager
The championship tournament went against us by the loss of our first game 19-i 2 to Ellsworth.
That put our team into the consolation group.
Our first consolation game was played with Fredric. The 2l'3O victory was important for it
meant a chance at the one remaining team to beat.
St Croix defeated us in the conference and the fans were sure they could do it again. We hnally
put them away with 30-21 victory and emerged consolation champions.
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First Row: Frank Ploszaj, Francis Spurrell. jack Thompson, Warren Arneson, Bill Gillespie, Donald johnson, lxir. Lien, Coach
Second Roux Willard liyieseth. Kenneth Brodt. Harold Crewe, Nels Anderson, Roy Houghdahl. Alvin Preble, Elmer Nacex
Boxing is a comparatively new sport in the athletic circles of the Amery High
School. Evidence that interest among students sufficient to gain the support of
the Athletic Department was noticed at the beginning of the school term. Later
on a boxing team was organized, which under the direction of Coach D. Lien and
boxers W. Aronson and Wf Cillespie has developed nicely.
ln examining the outcome of the different engagements of our boxing team,
which occurred during the course of the season, we find that the season was begun
by having a match with Webster, to be followed shortly by a return match at
Amery. Webster won the majority ofthe bouts of the first and Amery in the latter.
Then after hard weeks of training the team clashed with St. Croix Falls, which
resulted in another victory for the Amery team. ln the course of a few weeks a
match was arranged xx ith Somerset to be held at Amery. The Amery team lost the
majority of the bouts. The last home engagement of the season was with St. Croix
lralls, and was won by the local fighters.
Front Row: Orpha Hughes, Betty Ann Nelson, Lorraine Moberg, Dorothy Kinney, Gertrude Morrison, Katherine Guanella, Gloria
Christenson, Miss Klimeclc, Coach, Miss johnson, Coach, Ruth Peterson, Charlotte Wilhelm, lris jones, Clarice Route, Adelaide
Siebrecht, Myrtle Thompson, Doris Schock.
.Second Row: Gene Hanson, Rose lvlarie Valgren, Ruby jane Valgren, Helen Overgaard, Shirley Cornwall, Alyce Byl. Evelyn johnson,
Pauline Vietor, Grace Ellis, Viola Johnson, Helen Gustafson, Lorraine Ausen, Ella Woollett, LeYon Iverson, Olga Wenberg. janet
Anderson, Mildred Anderson
Third Row: Myrtle Cook, jeanette Jacobson, Lorraine Peterson, Beverly Estberg, Lucille Warner, Violet Jensen, Ann Yates, Bernice
Wiebe, Viola Peterson, Louise Gust, Ethel Munson, Thelma Wold, Florence Siebrecht, Gladys Thompson, Myrtle Emerson, Dorothy
Karpenske, Betty Rich
Fourth Rowx Elsie Mae Odberg, Grace Williams, Gertrude Grewe, Geneva Simons, Verle Bergren, Nluriel Carlson. Maecille Mettler,
Jean Berglund, Gail Brusletten, Clara Mae Sindelar, Enid Haskins, lone Lutz, Helen Hansen, Della Layng, Verna Siltberg, Marion
G. A. A.
The Girls' Athletic Association was formerly called the Peptomaniacs, but
changed to its present title in the fall of 1935. Its purpose is to provide an outlet
for any athletic ambitions the girls may possess. The instruction is not compulsory
for all girls in high school, but instead has a membership of approximately seventy
girls. Tennis, kittenball, and baseball have been the sports of main interest during
the fall and spring season, and basketball and volleyball during the winter months.
It has been necessary to divide the girls into two groups, those from the country
and those from town thus giving each one a chance to participate. Practices for
the country girls have been from 3 :1 5 to 4 :oo and those for town girls in the evening.
The officers for the year 19301937 are: President, Gloria Christensong Vice-
President, Gertrude Morrisson, Secretary, Shirley Cornwall. Miss johnson was
coach the first half of the year and Miss Klimeck the last half.
The band under the dnrectlon of Nlr Slmon now has rn nts ranks fnfty two members One of the
hnghltghts of the season ns the annual Nlnd wmter 'vlusxc Concert thus year guy en 'ylarch ro Among
sey eral band numbers there w as a clarlnet solo by Curtns Hanson and a cornet duet by Lester Sjobeck
and -Xryld 'yiyhrwold The season 15 then clnmaxed by the DlSIflCl N1us1c Contest at Rxce Lake
T he selectnon chosen ns Francaise 'ylllntalre by Saint Saens entered nn Class C dry nsxon Besndes the
band there wnll be yarrous mstrumental solos mcludlng barxtone solo by Clxfton Hxllberry clarmet
solo by Curtxs Hanson cornet solos by Lester Sjobeck and Ary 1d 'ylyhrwold bass solos by Paul
johnson Bob Anderson and Sammy Llen pxano solos bv Anna Nlae johnson lllnnor Palmer and
Ann Yates The two cornetxsts wnll also enter nn a duet number Durmg the summer months lt has
been the custom of the band to present concerts each week ln the park for the enjoyment of the
publrc To further the cause of musmc nn the school nt has receny ed a new band stand new mstruments
lncludnng the glockenspnel new practnce room and new unnforms Always ready wnth new maternal
ns the B band After sufflcuent mstructlon ln that particular organlzatnon as beginners they are
ady anced to the A band
The present orchestra was organlzed by Mr Snmon begmnnng wnth flye yxolms Thns number
haye also been added The orchestra wfnll for the fxrst tnme enter the Musnc Contest at Rnce Lake
l he selectlons to be played are Two Hollday Qketches by Rlegger and a number for strxngs only
benng Ballet from Orpheus by Cluck
The A Cappella Chorr has been nncreased to sey Cnty members during the present school year
lt gaye nme programs last fall lt took part nn the Chrxstmas program whnch was glyen ln both
matmee and ey ennng performance as well as the Mxd wxnter Musxc Concert on March 16 Our next
arm IS the sprung muslc contests where the choir will smg O Cladsome Llght by Arthur Sullly an
Ihe Cnrls C lee Club the largest one for some time now numberlng flfty-one sang at the
Chrlstmas program and also at the Mud wnnter Concert The Lord IS My Shepherd by Schubert
w xll be sung at the contest
The Boys Clee Club thnrty ln number wnll sung On the Qea by Dudley Buch as thenr contest
Qey eral new groups haye been organnzed durnng thus school year The madrngal slngers number
mg about twenty sang Un the Plaxns at the Nlrd wnnter Concert A muted trxo and octette also
haye been organnzed They haye sung at churches schools P T A meetings and many other places
The Cnrls Duet whxch was organnzed last year stull rs contmumg to be a fayornte wnth program
leaders All the yocal groups are under the leadershnp of 'ylxss Agnes Dannelson
The 'ylusnc Boosters Club has been mstrumental ln the deyelopment of musxc nn our school
to the beneflt of the community
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BOYS' GLEE CLL'B
First Row: Miss Danielson, Florence Halverson, accompanist, Alfred Granum, Kenneth Framsted, Yernon Hubert, George Nelson,
Glen Nlettler, Yxlark Kerr, Vincent Carlson, Billy Rasmussen, jimmy Kraska
Second Row' Curtis Hansen, Bobbie Anderson, George Haium, Orin Wold, Arlyn York, Leslie johnson, Glen Winger, Melvin Carlson,
Arvid Ivlyhrwold, Bob Voltz, Kenneth Gordon
Third Row: Norman Kerr, Harris Aronson, Sammy Lien, Billy Crommett, Paul johnson, Wilbert johnson, Clifford Fredrickson, Earl
Iverson, Lester Swanson
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
First Row' Mildred Anderson, Muriel Carlson, Nlyrtle Cooke, Grace Williams, Lillian Peterson, Ann Yates, Nliss Danielson, director,
Betty Wendt, Marjory Bloomquist, Nlargaret Seekins, Emelia Schock, Elaine Legrid, Adelaide Siebrecht, Ruby Yolgren
Second Row. Gene Hansen, Dorothy Phillips, Marion johnson, Gloria Christianson, Margaret Grenz, Ruth Peterson, lone Lutz, Marion
Anderson, Della Layng, Lorraine. Moberg, Edith johnson, Betty .-Xnn Nelson, Charlotte Morrison
'Third Row: llene johnson, Nlarion Mills, Yiolet jensen, Ruth Gomsrud, Eleanor Kuckler, Bernice Wiebe, Lorraine .-Xusen, jeanette
Simonson, Marion Peterson, Elvira Warmer, Louise Gust, Gladys Thompson, Froydis Nlyhrwold, Myrtle Emerson, Harriet Aronson
Fourth Roux Verle Bergren, Nlayis Alm, jean Berglund, Lorraine Gunderson, Charlotte Wilhelm, Norma Gordon, Elsie Anerson, Ruth
Erickson, Shirley Cornwall, Xlillicent Leadholm, Helen Hansen, Arlyce johnson, janet Anderson, Gail Brusletten, Agnes Kurchinski
negate Q-Qaeda Gigi,
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Front Roux' Lillian Peterson, Geneva Simons, Gene Hanson, Dorothv Phillips, Grace Williams Ilene johnson lx4iss Danielson director
Della Layng, Elsie Peterson, Betty Ann Nelson, Charlotte lvlorrison, Agnes Kurchinski, Kenneth Gordon, Norman Kerr
Second Row: '
l'heoline Simons, lXlarion johnson, Lorraine Gunderson, Ruth Peterson, Gloria Ghristianson. Margaret Grenz, lone Lutz,
Anderson, Mildred Schmidt, Marguerite Lien, Beatrice Peterson, Orpha Framsted, Evelyn Route, jean Titze, Lorraine
Third Roux' Elinor Palmer, Florence Halverson. Mildred Field, Sammy Lien, Charlotte Wilhelm, Ruth Erickson, Marion Peterson,
4 Nlildred Hillestad. Shirley Cornwall, lvlillicent Leadholm, Ruth johnson, Helen Hansen. Anna Nlae johnson, janet Anderson.
luiurlh Row' .fll'red4Granum, Kenneth lframsted, Leslie johnson, Orin Wold, Arlyn York, Vernon Hubert, Vincent Carlson, Billy Ras-
mussen. Glen Vx inger, Benard lvlunson, jimmy Kraska, Harris Aronson, Lester Swanson
Fifth Roux' Hilbert johnson, George llaium, Lester Sjobcck. Bobby Anderson, Billy Cfrommett. George Nelson, Glen Nlettler, Paul
johnson, .-Xrx id Nlvhrwold, Clurtis Hansen, Clifford Fredrieltson, Earl lverson
I'ft7Hl-Rt7U" Elinor Palmer, Florence llalversnn Gloria Cfhristenson, fxlargaret Grenz, lone Lutz fxliss Danielson, Nlarion Anderson,
Evelyn Route. jean litze. Helen llansen
f'L'0I1tl Ron' Charlotte Morrison, Cltirtis llzinsen, Wilbert johnson, George Haium Bobbie Anderson, Paul johnson, Arvid Nlyhrwold
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.Second Row: Charlotte lX4orrison, Della Layng, Ruth Gomsrud, lxliss Currier, lnstructor
Third Roux' Cvlenn Bruner, Everett Chapman. Francis Spurrell
The Speech Club is a newly founded organization in this school. All pupils who wished to
improve their stage presence decided to form a club which they named the Speech Club, At the
hrst meeting they elected officers who werei
President . . . Helen Hansen
Vice-President Marion Anderson
Secretary . . . Xlillicent Leadholm
Treasurer . Ruth Comsrud
Reporter Charlotte Morrisson
Members of the Speech Club are constantly striving to improve themselves through prac-
tice and drill in the fundamentals of speech work, They are very ably directed and assisted in
their endeavors by Miss Currier, who is new here this year.
The Speech Club believes that all work and no play makes ,lack a dull boy, so they gave a
party for the debaters on the fifteenth of December. All the debaters. as well as the members
of the Speech Club were royally entertained. The reason they enjoyed themselves so well is
explained by the fact that none of their members is afraid of himself, each being taught how
to act in front of their classmates and thus shyness is overcome. This leads to a greater satis-
faction out of life for all who participate in these activities. While one may not become a second
Bryan. he will have received experience which cannot be measured by any known yardstick,
Nlembers of the Speech Club are trained in all branches of speech work. These include
oratory, declamation. extemporaneous speaking and reading. practical demonstrations, story
telling and anything which will help them to express their thoughts.
This clubs ideal is to turn out students w ho hrst of all have ideas, and secondly are able
to put these ideas across to their friends. lt is there for your beneht and you should make use
The members of the Speech Club extend to next year's students a most cordial invitation to
join its ranks.
Front Row: james Winchester, Francis Spurrell, Glen Bruner Everett Chapman. .Xrlyn York
Second Roux' Elsie Peterson, Beatrice Peterson. Mr. Merrill, Nfildred I lillestad, ll rothy Selvig
This fall Coach Nlerrill issued the call for debaters, and nineteen budding experts answered
the call. The question which was argued back and forth this year wasi Resolved i That all electrical
utilities should be owned and operated by the Government. This was a timely question and deals
with T.V.A.3 REA., and other branches of electricity.
One of the things looked forward to in the debate year in Northwestern Wisconsin is the Debate
Tournament at New Richmond. Eleven schools participated in that this year, among them were
New Richmond, Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, Stillwater, Frederic, Hammond, Baldwin, Clenwood
City, Hudson, River Falls, and Amery.
At this tournament a debater from one school is teamed up with a debater from another school
as it is just a practice tournament, The climax is a banquet at which six of the debaters are placed
on an all tournament team. Amery had two of the six, Clen Bruner, who debated in the hnals. and
Everett Chapman, who is one of our outstanding debaters. The other two debaters were Arlyn York
and Francis Spurrell. The four jokingly call themselves the "four horsemen." There are hve other
members on the debate squad.
Amerys debaters also took a trip to Spooner where they participated in another tournament
winning five of their six debates.
The week before the tournament the team went to the cities and debated West High and
Roosevelt High. They performed quite remarkably before them.
The next week the debaters went to Chippewa Falls to participate in the Northern Wisconsin
District League Tournament. There they drew or rather fylr. Merrill drew: for the afhrmative:
Eau Claire, Durand, and New Richmond: and for the Xegative: Chippewa Falls, Ladysmith and
Clenwood City. The affirmative beat Durand and the negative beat Ladysmith, who later beat
Eau Claire. the league champions. However. with only two wins they were again kept out of the
Debate offers the student who participates in it to the fullest extent of his capabilities an
opportunity to enjoy his high school career to the utmost. lf it is trips you desire, debate will give
them to you, if it is laughter and gaiety. it will give that to you, too. lf you wish the opportunity
to improve yourself debate will also do that for you. It will conquer your inborn bashfulness before
a crowd and allow you to stand out as a leader among your fellow citizens. After all that is why you
are attending high school. You may not believe this but you need but look at this years debate squad
and your doubtfulness will be relieved.
The debate squad will lose four of its members this year and those four members wish those
who are left the best of luck and greatest of successes in the coming year.
Sealed Lorraine Nloberg. Billy Crornmett, Cxlayton Schwalen. Beth Mary' lvlooney
.Sliznifing Sammy Lien, Glen Bruner. Helen Anderson .-Xrlvn York, Helen Hansen, Alfred Cvranum
Senior Class Play
The Senior Class play under the direction of Miss Ede was OH DOCTOR Y written by Leroy Lee.
The first act of this play takes place in a small store owned by Peter Bunn in the sleepy village
of Half Moon. There is a charming romance in the plot of the second and third acts which takes
place a few weeks later, The cast of characters is as follows:
Peter Bunn ,,.. Ted Peterson Mrs. Kennedy . . . Pauline Vietor
lStorekeeper and old fashioned doctorl CA widow with io childrenj
Phil Bradley .... Allen Mooney Maude Kennedy . . . Betty Wendt
l,-X young doctorj CHer daughterj
jim Davis .... Clifton Hilberry Lola ..... Beth Mooney
MX bachelor of 4ol CMrs. Kennedys adopted daughterj
Ebenezer Bradley . . . Clen Bruner Ruth Adams . . . Orpha Framsted
f.-X powerful middle aged manl CA pretty girl of the flashy typej
Anne Morris ,... Luella Sylvester Mrs, Lemmon . . . Margaret Crenz
Hin attractive young girli QA widow in the late twentiesj
jane Morris . , . Mildred Klingler Mrs. Hammond . . Marion Behling
lHer old maid auntx lPresident of Womans Civic Improvement Societyj
?i. Sheep ..... Curtis Hansen
rMrs Kennedy s regular boyj
"THE ATTORNEY POR THE DEFENSE"
jimmy Carlyle, attorney for the defense . . . Arlyn York
judge Carlyle. his father .,... Billy Crommett
joseph Hampden, prosecuting attorney . . . Clen Bruner
Mr. Multen, ow ner of Multed Malted Milk Co. , Clayton Schwalen
Mark Nelson, a friend of Beth Winters . , . Alfred Cranum
Freddie Warren, clerk in Carlyle's office . 4 . Sammy Lien
Dorothy Hampden, daughter ofjoseph Hampden. Helen Andenors
Beth Winters. the defendant ..., Beth Mary Mooney
Allie Traynor. seventeen. lives next door , . Lorraine Moberg
lllsie, maid in the Carlyle home ,... Helen Hansen
Mary . . Anita Setter Shepherds , Crade Students
joseph . . .-Xaron Lutz Wise Men . ,Crade Students
The,-Xngel . Marguerite Lien Reader . Everett Chapman
Front Row: Mr. Merrill, Donald Lien, Arlyn York, Robert Ryder, Everett Chapman, Mildred Schmidt, Glen Bruner, Bill Gillespie
Second Row: Clement Rochford, Barbara Gorres, Marion Anderson, Viola johnson, Gertrude Grewe, Mildred Hillestad, fvlildred Klingler
Helen Anderson, Elinor Palmer
Third Row: Raymond Lee, Francis Spurrell, Wilbert johnson, Orin Wold, Kenneth Brodt, Betty Wendt, Robert Davis, Emmett Kelly
Editor-in-chief . . Everett Chapman
Assistant Editors . . Mildred Schmidt
Class Editors .
Debate and Speech . Francis Spurrell
, Betty Wendt
EEA, . . .
Home Economics .
GAA. .,.. Gloria Christenson
Art . . Donald Lien, Viola johnson
Business Manager . . Glen Bruner
Sales Managers . , Wilbert johnson
Advertising Manager . . . Arlyn York
Assistant Advertising Managers . . .
. . Mildred Klingler, Bill Gillespie
Snapshots . Robert Ryder, Barbara Gorres,
Sports . . . Emmett Kelly, Orin Wold
Features Gertrude Grexve, Clement Rochford
Faculty Adviser . . 4 Mr. Merrill
Front Rauf: Barbara Corres, Curtis Hansen, Howard Thompson, Glen Bruner, Mildred Schmidt, Miss Ede. Orpha Framsted Enid
Haskins, Marguerite Lien, Marion Behling
Secargiesgwweigjancgciplurrggeriicnrn' I!a2te?i,nG5rrtiru1de Crewe, Florence Halverson, Mildred Hillestad, Elaine Anderson, Marjory Suther
Third Row: Gene Hansen, Donald Lien, Clayton Schwalen, Beth hilary Xlooney, Yvlargarel Crenz, Doris Fox, Dorothx Selxig Elsie
Peterson, Lydia lvlelin, Charlotte Nlorrison.
Red Warrior Staff
Editor . . . . . . Mildred Schmidt
Assistant Editor . . Barbara Corres
Senior . . Betty Wendt
junior . . . . Ann Yates
Sophomore , . Charlotte Morrison
Freshman ..... Cene Hansen
Feature . . . Marjorie Suthers. Marguerite Lien
Home Economics . .... Orpha Framstad
Ci.A.A, . . . Beth Mooney
Forensics . Dorothy Selvig
Music . Curtis Hanson
Sports . Clayton Schwalen
Agriculture ..,,...,.. Francis Spurrell
Publication . , Helen Anderson. Lydia Nlelin. Doris lfox. Margaret Crenz.
Nlildred Hillestad, Enid Haskins
Circulation . ,,... Elaine Anderson. Vernon Hubert
Cartoonist . ..,. Donald Lien
Humor . . . . Elsie Peterson
Business Manager . . . . . Glen Bruner
Assistant Business Manager . l loward Thompson
front Rou Stexe Ploszai. Warren Arneson, Glen Nlettler. fvlr. Starkey. August Dumper, Dean Volt: Francis Spurrell, .-Xrvid Nlyhrwold
Glen Bruner Frank Plos:aj. Archie Spurrell. 'led Bartnik
Second Rau Rox Houghdahl. Clifford Fredrickson, Dale Fox. Lawrence Lovegren. Lester Swanson, Elder Larson. Donald johnson
Harold Porter. Lawrence Ziegler, Bob Yoltz. Earl lxerson, Willard Kieseth, Raymond Lee. Benard Nlunson
Thzrd Rau Reuben NVaalen, Clyde Fox. Rovce fvlvhre, Alvin fvlillerman. Stewart Titze. Bob Anderson. Orville lverson, Clement Roch
ford XX ilfred Kuhl, EdwardwNordahl. .Klan Nlooncy. Clzirl johnson. Orin jerdee, Howard Ciorty
Future Farmers of America
The following boys went to Madison last October to take part in the State
judging Contest: Lawrence Ziegler, Archie Spurrell, and Harold Porter for the
Stock judging Teamg Arvid lvlyhrwold, Francis Spurrell, and Dean Voltz for the
Poultry and Egg judging Team. Arvid Nlyhrwold and Dean Voltz also took part
in the Farm Fact Contest. Raymond Lee was delegate to the Future Farmers
The Poultry and Egg Team won the following places: first in egg judging,
receiving a cupg first in poultry judging, receiving a cupg first in poultry and egg
judging combination. receiving a cup and banner.
Dean Voltz was high individual and Arvid Nlyhrwold was third in the state for
poultry judging. Arvid Myhrwold placed tenth in Farm Facts.
The Future Farmers hold their meetings in the agriculture building at noon.
The officers are: Francis Spurrell, presidentg Dean Voltz. vice-president: Glen
Bruner. secretaryg August Dooper, treasurerg Arvid Myhrwold. reporter. There are
thirty-eight paid members.
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Stock judging Team F F A Delegate to Xfladison oultry and Egg judging Team
lfronl Row: Nliss lohnson, 'Ruth johnson, lxlyrtle Emerson. Betty Wendt, Xlarion Behling, Enid Haskins, Miss Klimeck
Aecond Row: Gloria Christenson, Shirley C.ornwall. Katharine Guanella, Gertrude Morrison, Beth lxflarv Nlooney, Yxonne
Olson, Catherine Yietor, Betty Ann Nelson '
Home Economics Club
During the fall of 1935 our Home Economics department organized a Home
Economics Club, and when school started again this fall, we reorganized our club
for another year of service. We now have a total enrollment of one hundred and
thirty-six members, the largest George Ellsey Home Economics department in
Wisconsin. The following officers were elected: President, Betty Wendt, Vice-
President, Gertrude Morrison, Secretary, Shirley Cornwallg Treasurer, Myrtle
Throughout the two years we have served for several large banquets. This
year we served for the FFA., the' School Masters, the junior and Senior Prom
and for the Community Club Banquets.
We served milk to underweight grade children. Last year we gave fruit baskets
to some needy people for Christmas and we fixed up some old dolls and toys and
gave to unfortunate children,
We had a Christmas party this year in honor of Miss Reese, who resigned as
Home Economics teacher at Christmas time. Miss johnson, assistant Home Eco-
nomics teacher, took Miss Reeses position and Miss Klimeck was hired to fill Miss
johnsons former position.
The first year home economics students made cotton dresses this year while
the second year students made woolen ones. We have also had units on baking.
canning, meal planning, meal preparations, etiquette and health.
This course is a splendid help in developing a fine personality, for it is there
that one has close contact and association with many members. On behalf of the
department and club we wish to thank Miss Reese. Miss johnson. and Miss Klimeck
for the fine advice and help they have given us.
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Highlights of 1935-' 36
The most outstanding feat of the last school year, xx as the xxinning of a silx'er loving cup by
Ruth Sanderson. a Senior of last year. She xxon first prize in an essay contest sponsored by the
Wisconsin Anti-Tuherculosis Association. She rendered her essay over the radio.
Byron Iframsted xxon hrst place in the District League Contest for Orations. which was held
at River Ifalls. Byron xxrote the oration himself. This xx as the First time Amery has xxon first since
A Speech Institute xxas held in Amery on Octoher 15 and zo. io35. The Institute consisted of
dehate. extemporaneous speaking. and extemporaneous reading.
Instructions xx ere gixen hy Professors Borchers and Iimery in good delixeryi fundamentals
of speech. preparing declamationsi and extemporaneous reading and speaking.
Txx o dehate round tahles xx ere held. and also a dehate hy the Llniyersity of Wisconsin debate
.Xn attendance of .izi constituted a record-hrealaing attendance.
The .AX Cappella Choir xxon an A rating in the Rix er I"alls Xfusie Contest. tying xxith Hudson.
flight of the first prizes in the Rice Lake Nlusic Contest xx ere recommended for the state con-
tests These consisted of instrumental and xocal solos.
The Amery duet. consisting of Iflorence Halxerson and Xlarion Anderson. xx as rated highest
in the state.
The Home liconomics Department xx as re-estahlished in Iosi. under the George-Illlzey system.
Various improx ements xx ere made in the eciuipment of this department.
The girls tools up xarious pro-lects last year and fixe of the hest project hooldets xx ere chosen
The oxxners xx ere gix en a free trip to Xladison. Wisconsin Those chosen xx ere Xlarguerite Lien.
Betty Wendt. Ruth xlohnson. Xlillicent l.eadholm. and Xlarion Peterson
Ihe ten hest hooldets xxere sent to Xladison to he ,iudged xxith other hooldets from all over
the state Xlillicent I.eadholm's hoolxlet entitled "Child Clare' xton first place in the state contest
ln iota a school hus sxstcm xx as estahlished in the .-Xmery lligh School .Xmery noxx has fixe
modern school lsusses .Ns a result the enrollment has increased considerahlx
lmprox ements xx ere made in the .Ngricultural Building making it a more pleasant place for
the hoys to xxorly
The If If .-X held a puhlic speaking contest in xx hich Ifrancis Spurrell xxon second in the district
Txxo Poultry kludging Teams xx ent to Xladison. Wisconsin 'I he teams xxon first place in poultry
judging and in poultry and egg viudging
Dean Yolt: xxon first place in egg iudging and .fXrx id Xlyhrxxold rated third place
The hoys xxorlx on xarious proyiects such as treating seed grain. and planting trees and straxx-
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I ootball Came mth Osceola Fnrst game of the year
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28 Brandt Company Assembly
3 unlor Qenlor Party
I Armlstlce Day Eootball Boyceyllle Here
10-Debate New Rxchmond Iournament
zo-Clen Bruner has a good snooze on the sofa
CAll school play rehearsal J
23 All Qchool Play Attorney for the Defense
24 Nlr Crathvnell lectured on Can You Thmlt
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4 Basketball mth Clayton I nrst Came
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Anna Mae and Howard snowbound 1n Deer Park
ox ermght For deta1ls see Pete Connor , :X I I
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28 Last day of school
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If one could glance lnto a crystal look xnto the
future one yyould see the students of today carrylnfr
on and lmproylng the yyork ln our yyorld of progress
lducatxon lays the foundatuon lor future success
equxps our students ol today to he hullders of tomorroyy
Another look unto the future shoyys the part a good
hank connectnon plays ID tomorrov. s success Here too
you may hulld for tomorroyy hy lettxng thus relmahle
hank asslst you and adylse you xn your hnanclal affalrs
of today Our experlence and facllltxes are at your
UNION STATE BANK
fo the Class of 1937 and as
y ou enter thls lousy yyorld from
your Hlgh School days may
success greet you on eyery
Amery s Popular Prlce Store of Qualltyf
The Lincoln Cash Store
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CONCRMXTLL X HOXS'
CLASS OF 1937
And to Xll ofthe Students
Xmerx Hlgh School
Cm of Amery VVISCOTISIH
from qualm and seruce remams long
after pnce IS for otten Vw e lnx lte com
parlson of prlces But do not forget the
most lmportant part of the bargaln
buxlng satnsfactxon mth xour hxll of
Buzldmg Nlaterzal Headquarters
HONIE Ol Hl TEST CO XL
Y ou XX1llFmd1L a Pleasure to do
Busmess Wxth Us
Phone I 70
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Gamble Store Agency
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QUPER ICE CREAM
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Northern Supply Co
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Ixlour Feed Salt Cram Alfalfa
and Other Crass Seeds
Supernor Poultry Feeds
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a Iulltr and hu tdu lute to he att nned bx
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lor higher knowledge and the career of Nour
chnce to folloxx igaln onlx the xears MII
hun to llle the truth ol thls concept
It ns to thts grtup that me msh 'all the
success and hfippnness that thus ltfe has to
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I UTURE WITH
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W W Winchester
Fortx 'I ears Experience
in I itting blasses
Ofhce at Danielson Drug Store
SHOP AND I'-IARINFSS RI PAIRING
Froyd s Shoe
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Amery Free Press
Fay Auto Co
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