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Vol. No. VIII
THE SENIOR CLASS
ANOKA HIGH SCHOOL
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Go then, my little book, and show to all
That entertain and hid thee welcome shall,
What thou dost keep close shut up in thy brezistg
And wish what thou dost show them may be hlest
To them for good, may make them choose to be
Pilgrims better, by fur, than thee or me.
T H Ii A N U K A IN ': l 9 2 9
To Adele Reimer, who for our last two years in dear old Anoka High, has
been a faithful and patient adviser through all our various moodsg and who has
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reverted us from despair and encouraged us to carry on, xve, the Seniors of Anoka
High School, dedicate this volume of rlllili ANOKAN.
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To the barrier of the tight
Rode at last a sable knight.
"Sir Knight! your name and scutcheon, say!"
"Should I speak it here,
Ye would stand aghast with fearg
I am a Prince of mighty swayln
FHL ANOKAN 199
L. W. ADAMS
'IHIQ ANOKAY : 1929
R. B. HEINEMANN
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Athletics and Manual Training
River Falls Normal College
University of Minnesota
G. C. BROWN
Orchestra and Band
U. S. Army
HELEN MARY BROWN
English and Library
HELEN M. CROOKER
' French and Algebra
LA URICE M. ELLINGSON
St. Olaf College
Anoka High School
THE ANOKA-N 1929
M. IRENE JOHNSON
St. Cloud Teachers' College
ELSA E. KRUSE
University of Minnesota
EVALYN LUNDQU IST
St. Olaf College
Bethesda Hospital, St. Paul
Public Health Course-
University of Minnesota
MYRA M. PRELVITZ
LESLIE B. MASON
St. Olaf College
IHE ANOKAN 1929
IRENE C. MILLER
St. Cloud Teachers' College
DORIS STEWART SW
N. D. Agricultural College
St. Cloud Teachers' College
Twin City Business University
if ETHEL F. SWAINLSON fart
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Latin Science " iff
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Not they who suzlr, but they who plod
Their rugged way, unhelped, to God
Aire heroesg they who higher faire
And, Hying, fan the upper air,
lliss all the toil that hugs the sod,
'Tis they whose bucks have felt the rod,
XVhuse feet have pressed the pzith unshod,
llziy smile upon defeated care, not they who soar
A N one L 1 2 323 L9
MOLLIE BARSTOW 'lLady Locket"
Secretary 3g Anokahi 3, 4g
"Lottery Man" 35 Anokan 4g Honor Roll
"Be good, .vfweet maid, and let -who 'will
AARON BATCHELLER "Buddy"
Anokahi 45 Anokan 45
'tApple Blossom Time " 45 Honor Roll 4
"The fwire farry their knowledge as they
do their "lL'lllffIP.f, not for display hut for
their o-'wn use"
MADONNA BLASKA "Toty'l
'4Belle of Barcelonal' lg
"Hearts and Blossoms" 23 'tTulip Timeu 3g
Christmas Pageant 43
"Miss Cherry Blossom" 4
"Would that more -were like her"
BERNIECE BROWN "Little Sister"
Entered from Central High, St. Paul 2g
Basketball 2, 3, 4g "Tulip Time" 35
"The Lottery Man" 35 Secretary G. A. A.
Council 4g Anokahi 3, 4g Vice President 43
Anokan 43 President G. A. Af Council 45
"Apple Blossom Time" 4g Honor Roll 2, 3, 4
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful
MARGARET BUTLER "Mugs"
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4
"Ar a student you shine,
AJ a friend you are fine"
HOWARD CASE "Baby Petel'
"Brevily is the soul of wit"
MARIAM CHEELEY l'Babe"
"Belle of Barcelona" 15
"Hearts and Blossoms' 25 "Tulip Time" 3
Christmas Pageant 45
"Miss Cherry Blossom" 45 Honor Roll
"She fwho hath an art
Has everyfwhere Il part"
HILDING CHILGREN "Bubs
Entered from Oakes High, North Dakota
Honor Roll 4
"Something, sterling, fhararter that -will
When lzoth gold and si.'ver fly afw11y"
DOROTHY DALLMAN "Dots"
Treasurer 15 Basketball 1, 2, 45
Vice President 35 "Tulip Time" 35
"The Lottery Man" 35 5
Christmas Pageant 45 Soccer 45 Anokahi
"Forbidden fruit a flavor has
That lafwful orfhards mode"
FLORENCE DIECKHOFF "To0tie
Anokahi 25 Anokahi Benefit 25
Christmas Pageant 45
"Apple Blossom Time" 45
"Miss Cherry Blossom" 45
Editor of Annual 45 Salutatorian
"True blue to all her friends is she,
Loved for her fheerfulness, zest, and
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THE ANOpISAN 1929
ALBERT FALTIN "Bertie
"I lofve its gentle murmur,
I lofve its plafid flofw,
I love to fwind my mouth up
And listen to it go"
HELEN FARRELL "Holly
Declamatory Contest 3, 45
Class Prophet of '29g
"Apple Blossom Time" 4g Honor Roll
"But let my due feet nefver fail
To fwalk the siudious floister's pale"
JANIE GERMUNDSEN "Janie
"For nature made her what she is,
And newer made such another"
GEORGE GIDDINGS "Georgie
"Tulip Time" 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4-g
Treasurer 3, 4g Anokan 43
Christmas Pageant 4g
"Miss Cherry Blossom" 4
"He minds his ofwn business and expects
others to mind theirs"
JAMES HANDY 'fjimsy
Entered from Clear Lake High, Iowa, 23
Declamatory Contest 3, 45
President 45 Cheerleader 45
"Apple Blossom Time" 43 Honor Roll
"The dreamers of today
Are the aehiefvers of tomorrow"
THI5 ANOKAN 1929
RUTH HAYCOCK "Bud"
Entered from North High, Minneapolis, 43
Vice President of Science Club +3
"And still they gazed, and still the fwonder
That one small head would earry all she
DONALD HENNING 'ljust Donald"
Anokahi Benefit 23
Band 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 3, 43
Treasurer of Boys' Glee Club 33
"Tulip Time" 33 Christmas Pageant 43
Football 43 President of French Circle 43
UApple Blossom Timel' 43
'lMiss Cherry Blossom" 43 Track 4
"lVe're glad to name him among the l1est,'
In all things tried he stands the test"
VICTOR HODSON 'AS-runny"
'AHearts and Blossoms" 23 "Tulip Time" 33
President of Boys' Glee Club 33
Anokahi 33 Declamatory Contest 43
Football 4-3 Christmas Pageant 4-3
Treas. and Secretary of Boys' Glee Club 43
l'Miss Cherry Blossom" 43 Class Lawyer 4
"For his heart fwas in his fworlz, and the
heart giveth grafe unto efvery art"
VVALTER ISRAEL "Wood"
"Belle of Barcelona" 13
'lHearts and Blossoms" 23
Anokahi Benefit 23 "Tulip Time" 33
Orchestra 3, 43 Football 4
"True in sword and fried in deed"
JOSEPHINE KEILLOR ffoypsyu
"The things are fefw she would not do
In friendship's name"
MERLE LAFLIN "MCrlie"
'4The Lottery Man" 3
"Hs the husky Hedwig of 'Lottery Man'
fast she is known"
ELROY LEHN "Bug-in-the-Rug"
"Belle of Barcelonall 1
Anokahi Benefit 1, Zg
"Hearts and Blossoms" 23
Cheerleader 2, 3, 43
"Tulip Time" 3g "The Lottery Man" 35
Football 4g Declamatory Contest 43
Basketball 43 "Apple Blossom Time" 45
t'Miss Cherry Blossom" 43 Track 4
"Eloquenee sho-ws the pofwers and possibili-
ties of man"
KARIN LENNARTS "Karee"
"The better 'we know her the more fwe
fwonder hofw ue did fwithout her"
HARRIET MCCAULEY ,"Toots"
"Belle of Barcelona" lg
Hearts and Blossoms" 2g "Tulip Time" 35
Miss Cherry Blossom" 4 i
She had a head to conlriwe, and a hand
' to execute any mischief"
ALVIN NELSON ' "Alvie"
"Those fwho from studies flee
Will lilve long and happily"
THE ANOKAN - 1929
MILDRED NELSON "Milly"
Treasurer 25 Anokahi 23
President 3g Basketball 3, 43
G. A. A. Council 45 Anokan Staff 4
"1-'I quiet ronsrienee makes one so serene"
ELNA OLSON "Topsie"
Entered from Freeborn High 45
Christmas Pageant 4
"XI smile is fworlh a fortune and a laugh
LEONARD PETERSON ULer1nie"
"Hearts and Blossoms" 23
"Tulip Time" 35 Football -1-
"l like fwork, it fasrinates me,'
I ran sit and look at it for hours"
PAUL E. PETERSON "Petie"
Band 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4
ullflusie fwashrs afway from the soul the dus!
of efvery day life"
MARIE POWELL "Little Moll"
"Belle of Barcelona" lg
'AHearts and Blossoms" 23
Anokahi Benefit 23 "Tulip Time" 3g
Christmas Pageant 4
"There's a lol of fun in this -'world if you
hnofw hofw to jind il"
T H E A N O K
AN : 1929
COLETTA RECH "Leera"
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4
'AA busy, suceessful, industrious girl,
She alfways 'goes o-ver the top' on honor
DOUGLAS REED "Dougie"
Treasurer 15 Band 35 Orchestra 3, 45
Baseball 3, 45 Football 45 "A" Club 45
Anokan 45 Christmas Pageant 45
Secretary "A" Club
"The sfweetest hours that e'er I spend
,Ure spent among the lassiesn
LELA REEVES "Lee"
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. Council 45
Soccer 45 Anokan 45
"Apple Blossom Time" 4
"lVorry and I have nefver met"
ERNEST REYNOLDS "Einie"
"A hue fellofw, not too much to sayj
He didrft rome to sfhool for play"
HARRIET ROBERTS "Plots"
'tBelle of Barcelona" 15 '
UHearts and Blossoms" 25 "Tulip Time" 35
Declamatory Contest 35
Christmas Pageant 45
President Girls' Glee Club 45
'4Apple Blossom Timel' 45
"bliss Cherry Blossom" 4-
"11 jolly smile, a merry heart,
W'e hate to think you'll soon depart"
T H E A N O KfYAffNn 1929
HENRIETTA RUSELING "Babe"
Anokahi Staff 1, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45
"Lottery Man" 35
Won District Typing I Contest 35
G. A. A. Council 3, 45 Soccer 45
Science Club 45 Anokan 4
"For men may come, and men may go,
But I talk on forever"
FREDRICK SCHOENROCK "Freddie"
"Belle of Barcelona" 15
Secretary and Treas. of Boys' Glee Club 1
Anokahi Beneht 25
"Hearts and Blossoms" 25 Band 2, 35
Orchestra 2, 3, +5 "Lottery Man" '35
"Tulip Timell 35 Christmas Pageant 45
"Miss Cherry Blossom" 4
"A boy of fwhom his 611155 is proud"
EVELYN SHERMAN "Little Swede"
Anokan 45 4'Apple Blossom Time" 4
"The rapnhle moan something in thi:
GERTRUDE SKINNER "Puss"
"She talks fwell, and often"
HARRY A. SMITH "Harry"
Anokahi Benefit 29 Football 3, 45
"I dare do all that may become a man"
F H E A N 0 LEt,5,3m,,,L,-,E.,m,,W.eLif?t.,,,22
CHARLES SOLLITT l'Chuck"
Secretary Zg "Lottery Man" 33 Anokan 45
4'Apple Blossom Timel' 4
"As 'Foxey' fwe knofw him of 'Lottery Man
And as 'Charlie' in 'Apple Blossom Time'
he has made a name"
RUTH STEFFENSON 'ARuthie"
"Tulip Time" 3
"True merit is like a rilver,
The deeper it flows, the less noise it
MARIE STEIDL "Meeta"
"The fworld's no better if you worry,
Life's no longer if you hurry"
DELLA SUMPTER 'lBill"
'AApple Blossom Time" 43 Honor Roll 4
"The quiethalfways-ready kind :whose nature
HELEN SUMPTER "Kit"
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Anokan 4
"The kind of girl fwho gets along no matter
where she is, hecause it's her nature"
MARY TOTUSHEK "Maeie
Class Historiang Valedictorian
"Always knowing, alfways bright,
Allfways getting things just right"
ANGELINE WALQUIST "Mine"
"A good fare is a letter of recommendation,
Als a good heart is a letter of fredii"
CHARLES WELLS "Charles'
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g
Baseball 1, 2 3 43 President "A" Club
"His limbs fwere fast in manly mould,
For hardy sports or rourage hold"
LILLIAN WIEDENHOEFT "Billie'
"If I am not great, I am -what I am"
CLARA WUEST "Curly'
"Belle of Barcelona" lg
"Hearts and Blossoms" 23
"Tulip Time" 35
"Miss Cherry Blossom" 43
Christmas Pageant 4-
"Nothing is impossible to a fwilling heart"
A IN L LsL.LLL1,sZeL'Z
THE ANOKAN : 1929
Un the eighth day of September, l924, ninety-six individuals, complexion of a
greenish hue, entered the realms of Anoka High School, to tediously climb the ladder
of Achievement. lt did not take long to become acquainted with Superintendent Smith
and the teachers, as well as with some of the higher classmen, in the latter case oft
times to their regret. These Freshmen were polite and kind to everyone but they soon
found that thir best friends were their own classmates. Their very first year this class
furnished two athletes, Chuck Wells and Ellen Tigue. Leaders were chosen, Donald
Jones, Chuck Wel's, Evelyn Sherman, and Douglas Reed. Under their leadership
they struggled bravely on and scaled the first few rounds of the ladder before the year
was up. Then one and all travelled to Crooked Lake where a grand picnic was held.
September, 1925, found them flocking back to A. H. S. A few liked being
Freshmen so well that they decided to remain behind ,another year, but the majority
were now Sophomores. Dell Prager, Mildred Nelson, Charles Sollitt, and Florence
Dieckhoff were chosen to lead the way. Two more, Dell Prager and George Giddings,
entered the field of Basketball with Ellen Tigue and Chuck Wells. Others entered
the fields of Oratory and Glee Club. Another year had flown by, and the class was
a few rounds higher on the ladder of Achievement.
lWany wandered from the straight and narrow path the third year, only forty-
eight returning to A. H. S. Officers for this year were lwildred Nelson, Dorothy
Dallman, George Giddings, and Mollie Barstow. The fact that these Juniors knew
how to do deeds of renown and overcome the unforeseen was brought to the attention
of- everyone. "Th Lottery lVIan" which they presented at the Green Theatre, was a
decided success. Another event of note was the Banquet which they gave to the
Seniors in farewell. Basketball boys this year were Chuck Wells, George Giddings,
and Paul E. Peterson. The girls were Bernice Brown, Le'a Reeves, Mildred Nelson,
and Henrietta Ruseling. Many rounds were scaled before this year was up and
everyone retired to a brief period of rest, eagerly looking forward to their last year in
A. H. S. But not before a merry picnic at Riverside Park.
THE ANOKAN 1929
At last the coveted position of Senior was reached. This year they were obliged
to struggle on without the assistance of Mr. Smith, the loss of whom everyone
regretted. Immediately preparation for work was made. Class officers were elected:
James Handy, President, Bernice Brown, Vice President, Victor Hodson, Secretary,
and George Giddings, Treasurer. Class advisors were Mr. Adams, Mr. Heinemann,
and Miss Regner. The question of class rings being settled, an efficient Annual Staff
was elected, with Florence Dieckhoff, assisted by Mildred Nelson, at the head. Work
was then begun in earnest, and a movie, 'lThe Cheer Leader,'l was sponsored in order
to replenish funds. In the meantime spirits were kept up by parties and sleigh rides.
On one occasion, the Senior Class met at the High School and had a very enjoyable
time playing Bunco. The next obstacle, the Senior Play, was successfully met, and
"Apple Blossom Time" was presented at the Green Theatre. Then work was laid
aside while everyone attended the Banquet given to them by their successors.
The Hnal moment arrives, and all bid farewell to dear old A. H. S. Their last
year together is gone, and now each must climb the ladder alone. All will mount
higher, and some may reach the very topmost round. As to that, time alone will tell.
For over a hundred years, I, an ancient astronomer and hoary-headed prophet.
have been studying the constellation of the stars. l have kept a record of all my
midnight watches and my studies of the stars. l, now fearing death, leave my record
book to the world. l will here submit the portion which tells of all the new stars,
which of late, have been slowly coming into existence.
The first star of which l took great note was exceedingly bright, and it bore
the expression of james Handy, former class president of the class of 1929 at Anoka
High School, who was becoming known as the most efficient constable of Anoka
County, and who in his future will capture many desperate criminals.
The next night as l took up my telescope, l noticed a new star breaking through
the blue of the heavens. lt appeared as Charles Sollitt, the efficient business manager
of the New York Life Insurance Company.
THE ANOKAN :1929
Several nights later I took up my job again, and this night I noticed at different
intervals, beaming brightly, two new stars. One was Mollie Barstow, a brilliant
woman lawyer of Chicago, and the other was Aaron Batcheller, a noted poet working
with her in all things.
Again at midnight I took up my observing machine, and lo, there appeared a new
little twinkling Star. This was Hilding Chilgren, a United States Representative,
pouring over several large volumes preparing a fiery oration to be given the next day.
Beginning my study of the stars again, during my hours of observation, I noticed
three stars appearing, forming a new group. These all belonged to the world of
sports and appeared as Berniece Brown, successor of Miss Lundquist, as the girls'
physical education trainer and coach of the girls' teams in Anoka. Leonard Peterson.
champion boxer of the world, and Charles Wells, captain of the football team of Yale.
The next evening soon after the sun had sunk in the west, the stars appeared
and this time I noticed a new one which bore the expression of some great literary
character. It was Florence Dieckhoff, a writer, who is noted for her many romantic
and thrilling novels of love and adventure, especially "Cal's Calaboosef' Later on
I was deeply impressed by a new star which rose rapidly in brilliance. This one
appeared as Ruth Haycock, who having reached the height of her ambition, had
discovered a counter-ray for the famous disintegrating rays used in warfare.
Several nights later I noticed two new and rather friendly stars appearing in the
west. These were Margaret Butler and Coletta Rech, two efficient and well liked
teachers in a high school of Denver, Colorado. The same evening during my study,
I discerned one which appeared to rest over a far distant land. It was Walter Israel,
a missionary working in India. As I was about to close my work that night, I was
attracted by a shooting star which appeared as Alvin Nelson, a taxi-cab driver.
At the time of the new moon I again started my work. After many hours of
silent and patient watching, l discerned two stars which appeared as Mrs. Scheon-
rock, formerly Mariam Cheeley, wife of Frederick Scheonrock, president of the
International General Motors Company, and Mildred Nelson, both making their way
THE ANOKAN M1929
into the social circle of life where Mildred lit up the presidential chair of the Ameri-
can Federation of Women's Clubs. As I turned and looked away to the west, I saw
two beautiful stars which seemed very close together. They were Janie Germundsen
and Merle Laflin maintaining a beauty parlor in Los Angeles, California. As I
shifted my telescope again, I noticed a group of three stars, but one seemed to
preside over the other two. These were Evelyn Sherman and Mary Totushekg while
Mrs. Faltin, formerly Della Sumpter, widow of Albert Faltin, who had been a
prosperous truck farmer, presided as the superintendent of the nurses in this hospital.
Looking at an angle to the horizon, I observed a star which appeared as Ernest
Reynolds, a. prosperous farmer of North Dakotag and, beaming in the distance was an-
other star which identified itself as George Giddings, champion farmer of the Northwest
and also the treasurer of Anoka County. Lo, as I turned to the East, I noticed a very
particularly gleaming star: and, as I watched it, the face of Karin Lennarts appeared.
The happy lights of an outstanding artist shone from her Visage, and I saw several of
her famous paintings placed in the New York museum. Then again I observed two new
stars which radiantly appeared as Henrietta Ruseling, a fast and speedy typist, who
was employed as private secretary by Howard Case, a wealthy business man of Wall
Street. Before closing my work this night, I gave one long and yearning glance to the
East, and I was attracted by two stars which had the resemblances of Angeline Walquist
and Ruth Steffenson, two missionary and social workers in the far East.
Having left my work for a few nights because of stormy and dreary weather, l
now continued it on this bright and moonlight night. And what was that I saw? It
was two stars which were so close that they seem linked together and several around
them. They smilingly beamed as Harriet Roberts who had just been joined in matri-
mony to Douglas Reed. Two of her bridesmaids were her classmates, Elna Olson
and Helen Sumpter otherwise engaged as air cops. As I turned from this scene, I
noticed two distinctly outlined stars which appeared as Josephine Keillor, a cashier in
the First National Bank of Minneapolis, and Marie Steidl, employed there also as a
bookkeeper. As I gazed listlessly in the distance, my eyes were attracted by two beam-
THE ANOKAN 1929
ing stars which seemed similar to those watched by travellers in the Orient. They
recalled to my mind Madonna Blaska and Marie Powell, who have spent some time in
travelling in Arabia, where they met two princely sheiks to whom they were married.
VVith them they returned to Anoka where they made all the others darkly jealous.
just then I was overawed by a dazzling, beautiful star, Harriett McCauley, proprietor
of a fashionable night club. As my eyes fell from this view, I discerned a pure star
which glistened as violets wet with morning dew. I recognized the face of Gertrude
Skinner who was married to a young minister. My eyes rested on a group of three
leading, majestic stars which enabled me to see in my mind the faces of Harry Smith,
Governor of Minnesota, his wife, formerly Lela Reeves, and his private secretary,
Dorothy Dallman. Growing weary I was about to retire for the night when I was
attracted by two stars which were moving rapidly across the sky. I soon recognized
them to be Clara Wuest and Lillian Weidenhoff, two scientists of the day who had
discovered a perpetual motion machine.
On the last night of my observations as I stood gazing at the heavens, a dazzling
group of stars broke upon my sight, blinding in their brilliance. As I watched them,
the sound of heavenly music seemed to float into my ears. I recognized the voices as
three of our former classmates who made a name for themselves in the field of music.
Dear to the heart of music lovers everywhere is Donald Henning, known by his
wonderful baritone voice. The voices of Victor Hodson and Elroy Lehn rang among
the notables oi the Chicago Civic Opera Company as they were appearing in the famous
opera, "Il Trovatoref' Paul Peterson shone as leader of the New York Symphony
Ah, well-my work is ended now. The sun of my life is fast setting-I hope its
dying rays may have brightened the lives of the few who have come within its radius.
I see, almost hidden by a misty cloud, one tiny star-but the cloud has covered it, and
it becomes obscured entirely-forever gone.
THE ANOKAN zvgifazg
Class Wlll of '29
To the Juniors we bestow the honor and dignity of our rank.
To the faculty we leave a vacation of three months that they may be better fitted
for the next nerve-racking nine months of labor.
Personally we leave the following:
Sheike Batcheller leaves his cave-man ways to Arthur Leger.
llflollie Barstow her dancing ability to Oliver Stone.
Hilding Chilgren his studiousness to Gerald Osberg.
Howard Case his snappy clothes to Johnnie Bell.
Mariam Cheely her "snap" to Vincent Winters.
Ruth Haycock her auburn locks to Delores Dease.
Don Henning his perfect handspring to Lewis Laws.
Fred Scheonrock his pull with the girls to Edward Coleman.
lllerle Laflin leaves her Harry Schmoldt to the winner of the next beauty contest.
Mildred Nelson her quiet way to Norma McArdle.
Elna Olson her everlasting talk to John Keillor.
Paul Peterson his "toot toot" to Lawrence Reynolds.
Leonard Peterson his punch to Gerald lVIullaney.
Elroy Lehn his "whoopee" to Don Bullard.
Jim Handy his executive ability to Nelson Odson.
Charles Sollit his certainty as "Ladies' mann to Olaf Steffenson.
Douglas Reed his ready laugh to Robert Bard.
Albert Faltin his sacks of "peanuts" to the most hungry Freshman.
Chuck Wells his athletic stride to Edwin Bryan.
Helen Farrell her physics book to the most unlucky Junior.
Florence Dieckhoff the superfluous "Mickey', to whoever can catch him.
George Giddings leaves all steam boilers to the inquisitive Herbert Waldeen.
IHIC ANOKAN 1990
Wzllter lsrael his expressive eyes to Wirifield Haycock.
Karin Lennarts her unknown artistic abilities to George Peterson
Margaret Butler her diminutive size to Bob Moberg.
Dorothy Dallman her numerous beaus to Grace Nordstrom
Lela Reeves her love of English Literature to Don Jones.
Lillian VVeidenhoff her decisive manner to Ora Crepeau.
Harriet Roberts her unexcelled blush to Helen Britigan.
Gertrude Skinner her boisterousness to Frances Hicks.
Janie Germundsen her "movie posesi' to Arthur Sandeen.
Harriet McCauley her easy pace to Mona Blanchette.
Coletta Rech her ambition to be highest on the honor roll to Donald Miller
Angeline Walquist her extensive knowledge about business machines to Melba
Helen Sumpter her curls to Dona Moberg.
Dela Sumpter her "don'ts" to Marguerite Greenfield.
Mary Totushek her slender form to Mary Ward.
Ruth Steffenson her dreamy looks to Charlotte Rand.
Henrietta Ruseling her speed on the typewriter to Beryl Closson
Clara Wuest her love of a fight to Dorothy Stetzler.
Josephine Keillor her "natural curlsu to Geraldine Petrie.
Harry Smith his reserve dignity to john Norton.
Ernest Reynolds his far away gaze to Alvin Johnson.
Evelyn Sherman her "baby talki' to Eulalie Hartman.
Madonna Blaska her sweet disposition to Dorothy Waltrmn
Marie Powell her Clarence Sharer to Hazel French.
Marie Steidl her young "Lochinvar" to Adeline Polk.
THE SENIOR CLASS
Signed and sealed on this, the Sth day of May, in the year Anno Dommi 1979
A gallant knight.
In sunshine and in shadow.
Had journeyed long,
Singing a song
ln Sl'2lI'Ch of Iildorzldu.
T Hello C A NL , fSe,L5,e.lY, L L LLeeL1L?e2L9
Donald Jones . . , .,........,, ,..... P resident
George Delong . . . . . , Vice-President
Robert Bradeen ., Secretary
Sylvia Schmidt , . . ..,,.,,....,, . .Treasurer
Miss Prelvitz Miss Stewart
CLASS MoTTo: "There's room at the top, let's climb!"
CLASS COLORS! Green and Gold
THE ANOKAN Z4m'l929
OLIVE ARNOLD-Practicing scales.
ROBERT BRADEEN-Writing poetry.
WESLEY BROWN-Getting ahead of Bob.
DONALD BULLARD-Learning English speeches.
HELEN BUTLER-Talking to Marie.
WILLIAM CHAMBERS-Drinking coffee.
BERYL CLOSSON-Thinking up excuses.
JACK DAHLGREN-Working out football plays.
GEORGE DELONG-Translating HJ Cicero.
GORDON ERICKSON-Running up the steps two at a time.
DANNA FELIX-Trying to get to class on time.
HAZEL FRENCH-Walking with -?
EMILY GATES--Checking "An0kahi', material.
IVIARGUERITE GREENFIELD-Writing notes to that certain soph.
DONALD HANSON-Trying to look innocent.
FRANCES HICKS-Minding her own business.
HAROLD HOLMQUIST-Driving his Ford.
LUCY HOWELL-Rowing with-?
MAURICE HOLMQUIST--Helping Harold.
EDITH HUNT-Watching and waiting.
EVALYN IVERSON--Studying history.
ALVIN JOHNSON-Being silent. b
BERNICE JOHNSON-Trying to sing low.
GRACE JOHNSON-Being a "teacher's aid."
RUTH JOHNSON-Seeking knowledge.
IRENE JOHNSON-Dressing like a boy.
DON JONES-Being every place at once.
MARGARET LARSON-Asking questions.
WALTER LINDQUIST-Solving that algebra prob'em.
WILLIAM MARTIN-Riding a "bike,"
JANET McGAFFEY-Explaining the inexplicable.
GRACE NORDSTROINI-Helping Oren and Don.
IWELBA OLSON-Making eyes.
ICLSIE WALKER-Being nonchalant. ,
NANCY WALKER-lwaking up work.
CHALMER WALTER-Wzilking around the assembly.
LOLA WEATHERLY-Assimilating knowledge.
Trl-lplin Ap-N70 K 1929
Whoopee Houses, Tea Shops, lwuseums! The blare of horns, the cry of clowns!
The big indoor circus was in progress! From all corners of the hall came varied
sounds. f'Last show! See Ole and Gus: hear Hortense! The world's greatest
entertainers all in one big act!" There were long, eerie tunnels that thrilled you:
cozy little tables that filled you! This and more was the Junior Carnival.
The city hall was decorated beautifullyg numerous booths had been erected at the
expense of great labor and worry. But everyone had a "grand and glorious feeling"
when they left-so what matter work and toil?
Mr. Mason: A word to the wise is sufficient.
Miss Miller: Now make yourself a committee of one-
Miss Prelvitz: Let's have it quiet, please.
Miss Brown: Please put your books back where you got them.
Miss Regnilr: Don't be so original in your recitations.
Miss Miller: Define a hypocrite.
Oren: A hypocrite is a boy who comes to school with a smile on his face.
Mr. Mason: Didn't I tell you to be prepared with your history lesson?
Johnny B.: I didnlt think it was necessary. I always heard that history
Miss Johnson Cin Glee Clubl : Get some pep into it! When it comes to "The
Powers of Hell are Nigh," sing as if you were really there.
Miss Swanson: Why don't you pause? Donit you know a period means a rest?
George D.: Yes, but l'm not tired yet.
Junior: Did you ever take chloroform?
Frosh: What period did it come?
Lucy H.: Are there microbes in the water?
Mr. Ellingson: Certainly.
Lucy: Well, that explains it.
Mr. Ellingson: Explains what?
Lucy: Oh, that awful groaning and shrieking when the kettle begins to warm
Higher, higher will we climh,
Up to the mount of glory,
Thar our names may live thru time
In our country? story:
Happy when her welfare calls
He who conquers, he who falls.
THE ANOKAN 1929
Kruse lwiss G. Swanson
CLASS MoTTo: "Forward I"
CLASS COLORS: Royal Blue and Silver
THE ANOKAN -.RL929
Raven-haired-Lora Lee Chase
Goddess of the Fall-Blanche Howell
Teacher's Pet-Vernon Warde
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THE ANOKAN 1929
Bravo, Good Freshies, go to itl
Do the best that you can do!
You owe it to old Anoka High-
She expects a lot from you.
O-n September fourth, 1927, a caravan of 85 gypsies started down that beaten
trail, Anoka High. The objective of their journey was the city of graduation in the
state of 1931. The trip was to be divided into four laps with short rests between
Soon after setting out on this momentous venture, they held a "Vagabond Firel'
and elected Harold Miller Chief Gypsy, with Mason Flint, Chester Watson, and
Catherine Ward his assistants.
Many gaily decked wagons and carts transported the nomads. On the side of
one wagon, "Honor Roll" shone forth in gilt lettersg another bore the words f'Glee
Clubgl' still others declaimed the fact that they carried men and women famed in
ULiterary Work," "Football," "Basketball,l' "Good Scholarshipl' and "School
Spiritf, The first miles of the journey were interesting and intensely exciting, for the
territory was entirely new to them.
During the second part of the trip, the gypsies had become used to the "Ways
of the Wild," and made better progress. There were 82 this time, and a number of
them had managed to clamber from the "Good Scholarship" wagon into the one
called "Honor Roll." USoccer" was added to the number of vehicles and bore many
fair gypsy maidens. Nelson Odson was made leader, with Mason Flint, Mariam
Rogers, and Leone Sullivan as his helpers. A few tumbled out of the wagons and
were soon lost in the dust, as the merry band pressed forward with high hopes of
conquering the two remaining stretches successfully.
Though many years pass on
As we travel our separate ways,
We'll always hold in memory
Our happy high school days.
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Nly golden spurs now bring to me,
And luring to me my richest mail,
For tomorrow I go over land and sea
In Search of the Holy Grail.
THE ANGKAN 1929
ROBERT BARD .... .....,...... ..,...... P r esidrnt
HARRY SCHMOLT .. ..... Vice President
DONALD MILLER .... ,.,.., S ecretfzry
WILLIAM WARD ,... ...,....... ..,. T r easurer
Miss STROM Miss CROOKER
Class Mr1tto.- NEVER ONwARD."
Clays Colors: MAROON AND GOLD.
THE ANOKAN 1920
MCLEAN, MARY ANN
ROGERS, ELMA LORETTA
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THE ANOKAN 1929
High Lights in the Freshmen's Career
When we first entered this great structure where we were to spend our next
four years in preparing ourselves for that great battle we felt as if we were but Il
small bit of nothing on a large body of stormy waters.
After days passed we became more accustomed to the "Thundering Herd" that
passed up and down the corridors and became a part of Anoka High School in the
true sense of the word, thundering with them.
The day arrived when we were to hold our first class meeting and the follow-
ing officers were elected: Robert Bard, president: Harry Schmoldt, vice president:
William Ward, secretary: and Donald Miller, treasurer. Our candidate for foot-
ball queen, Verna Dahlheimer, was then elected, and ran a very close second to the
The winter days were coming on with new joys in store. At last the basketball
season was here. Another ticket sale arrived and this time a silver loving cup was
being offered to the class scoring highest. The sale ended after Christmas with the
Freshmen far ahead. Then one fine morning our president, on behalf of the class,
was presented with the cup amid great applause.
The class of 1932 has also made an enviable record on the honor roll, and we
expect to have among our number, by the time we reach the "age of discretion,"
several presidents and first ladies of the land.
Bill W.: "What would you advise me to read after graduating?"
Mr. Adams: "The want ad columnf'
Mr. Heinemann: 'fWhat do vou ex ect to be when vou raduate ?,'
D . P , g
Don Miller: "An old man."
Margie W.: "I've just shot a dog."
Frances G.: "Was he mad?,'
Margie W.: f'Well, he wasn't pleasedf'
Gerald Osberg: "Got anything snappy in rubber bands?,'
Store Clerk: "No, but we have something awful catchy in Hy paper."
Paul Talbot: "Say, I had a beard like yours once and when I realized how it
made me look, I cut it off."
Jimmie H.: "Well, I had a face like yours once and when I realized I couldn't
cut it off I grew this beard."
Barber: "Is there any particular way youid like your hair cut ?"
Freshie: "Yeah, Offf, 1
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Deeper, deeper let us toil
ln the mines of knowledgeg
Nature's wealth and learning?
Wirm from school and college
Delve we there for richer gems
Than the stars of diadems.
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Welcome, class of '29. It indeed gives us great pleasure to extend to you the
hand of fellowship. May you profit by our mistakes and reach heights unknown by
us. But in this striving to succeed, let us not forget that the essential thing is not
knowledge but character.
CHRISTINE STROM, President of Alumni Asrofialion
Florence Anderson . .
Edson Attleson ...,...
Margaret Babcock . .
Jocy Bain ..,.....,
Gertrude Britigan. .
Mary Clare Casey. .
Florence Dahlheimer. .
Elsie Deschene ..,,.
Esther Deschene ...,
Marguerite Flach. . .
Rhoda Frauman. . ,
Miriam French ....
Marion Gallagher. .
Loraine Goodrich. . ,
Dorothy Gorman. . .
Margaret Guy ,....
Marie Hagen ,....
Ellen Israel .,..,...
Maurice Johnson ...,.
Hugh Leathers ..,..
Lee Mead ....,.. .
Marjory Melloh. . ,
Rose Mullaney .,..
Mildred O'Keeffe. .
Paul A. Peterson, . .
Ruth Peterson ,,..
Francis Richard ....
Dorothy Shepherd. .
. . . . . . . . .Normal Training Department,
. . . . . .University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
. . . . . . . .St. Cloud Normal, St. Cloud,
...Stenographer, Federal Cartridge Co.,
. , . . , . . .Normal Training Department,
. . . . , . . .Normal Training Department,
...Twin City Business University, Minneapolis
. . . .Professional Service Bureau, Minn
. . . .Clerk, Ward-Hastings Oil Co.,
. . . . Stenographer, Pease Printery,
. . . . . , , . . . . .St. Catherine's College, St. Paul
. , . . .Clerk, Dehn's Grocery, Champlin, Minn.
. . . . . . . . .Normal Training Department, Anoka
..Stenographer, Bessessen and Jorgensen, Anoka
. . . . . . . . . . .Oflice Clerk, High School, Anoka
, . . . . . . . . . . .At Home, Champlin, Minn.
. . , . . , , . . . . . . .Anoka Herald Office, Anoka
. . . Professional Service Bureau, Minneapolis
........... Federal Cartridge Co., Anoka
. . , . , . . . . .Business College, Sioux Falls, S. D.
Stenographer, National Art Supply Co., St. Paul
. . . .Dr. Coleman's Office, Anoka
Tamliol A,,. . W.
Pearl Schenk ....,
James Sollitt ,,....
lklary Alice Stack.
Blanche Staples. . .
William Steidl ....
Myrtis Swanson . ,
Pearl Swope ......
Mildred Tigue ....
Mary Van Alstine.
Louise Vevea .,..
.-J?,-E..- -QWISW .lla .1i.,,-...w.,, all-'2
,Normal Training Department, Anoka
. . . , .St. Catherine's College, St. Paul
City Business University, Minneapolis
. . . . . , . . . . . . . . .Federal Cartridge Co., Anoka
The old order changeth, yielding place to new,
And God fulfills Himself in m
Lest one good custom should co
Comfort thyself: what comfort is in me?
l have lived my life, and that
May He within Himself make
If thou shouldst never see my
Pray for my soul. lVIore thing
Than this world dreams of. VVherefore, let thy voice
Rise like a fountain for me night and day.
For what are men better than
That nourish a blind life wirhi
lf, knowing God, they lift not hands of prayer
Both for themselves and those
For so the whole round earth is every Way
Bound by gold chains about the feet of God.
But now farewell."
. . . . . .Witte Drug Co., Anoka
. . . . . . . .Macalester College, St. Paul
ning, Deaconess Hospital, Minneapolis
. . . . . . . . .Mrs. Irving Barrett, Anoka
Normal Training Department, Anoka
.Normal Training Department, Anoka
. . . . . . .Federal Cartridge Co., Anoka
rrupt the World.
which I have done
pure! but thou,
s are Wrought by prayer
sheep or goats
n the brain,
who call them friend?
-Idylls of ihe King.
'I' H ylif Q WA yN7 Q li A WSW f in L f W fl 9 2 9
Back Row, left to right: Margaret Guy, Rosalie VVredberg. Mary Clare Casey, Miss Mosford.
Mabel Houle, Beth Van Alstine.
Frcnt Row: Florence Anderson, Louise Vevea, Florence Dahlheimer. Pearl Schenk,
President ,,...,. , . .Louise Vevea
Vice President. . . ..., Gladys Edberg
Secretary ....,. ...,.... P earl Schenk
Treasurer ,... ..... ,.,......,,., F l orence Anderson
Colors: Blue and Gold
Mofto.' Wllhe timher is before usp let us huildfy
Flower: Sweet Peas
dnzbifion: To raise the social status of our rural community
Florence Anderson-To know everything about everything.
Mary Clare Casey-To handle a large amount of work in the shortest time possible.
Florence Dahlheimer-To establish a school devoted to fine arts.
Gladys Edberg-To he an ideal teacher.
Margaret Guy-To overcome her fear of ghoulies, and ghosties, and long-legged
Pearl Schenk-To swim the Atlantic Ocean.
Beth Van Alstine-To make folks think she's Irish.
Louise Vevea-To conquer the world with song.
Rosalie Wredlverg-'l'o gain the esteem of all.
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'llhen each at once his falchion drew,
Each on the ground his scnhhard threw,
Each looked to sun and sky and plain
As what they ne'er might see againg
Then foot and point and eye opposed,
ln dubious strife they darkly closed.
THE ANOKAN 1929
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Ten veterans of l927 reported for duty, along with a large number of rookies,
for the first regular football practice of the season. Coach Maton found himself with
a wealth of material with which to build his team.
Anoka started the season by defeating Princeton on September 28 and St. Francis
on October 5. Our game with Elk River on October 12 resulted in a tie. On October
19 we defeated Forest Lake. The next two games resulted in defeats for Anoka-on
October 26 at the hands of Milaca, and on November 2 at the hands of Cambridge.
On November 9 we finished our season by defeating our traditional rivals, Osseo.
THE SEASON'S RESULTS
Anoka, 62, Princeton, 0
Anoka, 39, St. Francis, 7
Anoka, 63 Elk River, 6
Anoka, 273 Forest Lake, 0
Anoka, 6, lklilaca, 9
Anoka, l2g Cambridge, 28
Anoka, 325 Osseo, 0
'I' H E A N O K A N 1 9 2 9
Soon after the close of the football season, Lloaeh Bergen issued a call for basket-
ball warriors. Such a large number responded that a pre-season tournament was
staged to give Nlr. Bergen a chance to select the most likely looking players. From
the participants of this tournament a strong squad of players was selected.
Injuries, sickness, and ineligihiliry proved to be the most formidable foes of the
Anoka basketball team. As a result we entered some of our hardest games with a
Though we will feel the loss of some of our "stars" keenly, we are confident
that with an experienced squad. including our flashy all-district forward, baek, the
boys will make basketball history for Anoka High next year.
THE SEASONS RESULTS
Anoka 21 Milaca . ZS
Anoka 13 Elk River 8
Anoka 6 Milaca .. 26
Anoka 12 St. Francis , 1+
Anoka 17 Princeton 13
Anoka 20 Columbia lleights 29
Anoka IX St. Francis . 15
Anoka 13 Columbia Heights . 26
Anoka 22 Elk River .. 17
Anoka 26 Cambridge , 30
T H E gA iNg 1977 ZWV9
ln spite of very inclement weather, Coach Bergen developed a very strong base-
The season was short due to the late spring, and as a result we played only
four conference games. Two games were played with St. Francis, the other two
with Forest Lake.
The first game of the season was played at St. Francis, Friday, April 27. The
game was won by Anoka in the 10th inning, with a score of 3 to 2. Struck out by
Wells, 145 struck out by Emmens, 19.
The next game was played at Anoka, lVIay 4, with Forest Lake. Anoka won
by a score of 6 to 2.
On May 15 we journeyed to Forest Lake and won by an easy score of 16 to 8.
The last game was played at Anoka, with St. Francis. The score was 6 to 3
in our favor.
The battery average of the boys was as follows:
Players TB. R. H. Pct.
C. Wells ....... . . 8 4 5 625
P. E. Peterson .. ,. 11 4 6 545
M. Johnson .... ,.. 2 0 1 500
Ed. Coleman . .. . , 12 3 5 415
O. Robbins , . , .... 13 4 5 384
D. Reed ,.... .. 8 0 3 379
W. Smith ....., 13 3 4 318
P. A. Peterson .. ,... 11 3 3 263
R. Bradeen ..... . . 14 4 3 213
C. Milner .... .. 7 0 1 142
G. Peterson . . . .,., 9 0 1 111
Total Average .. .. 110 25 37 336
Due to weather conditions the members of the track squad received insuflicient
practice to warrant their entering a meet. What little work was done did give Mr.
Mason an idea as to the track ability of the group.
THE ANOKAN 1929
THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
lt was in December, l927, that Miss Evalyn Lundquist called a meeting of letter
girls in the school and representatives from each class, and presented a plan tor
organizing a Girls' Athletic Association. This plan was met with enthusiasm. Oliicers
and heads of sports were elected, a constitution drawn up, and the organization
presented to the girls of the high school. This group of twelve girls has grown to
thirty active members besides those who graduated last year. Many more girls are
lacking but a few points to be eligible for membership. There is no doubt but that
the G. A. A. will be one of the most important factors of Anoka High School. The
high standards set by this organization are shown in its purpose:
"The purpose of this organization is to further mental and physical develop-
ment through athletic competition, personal hygiene and high scholastic standings,
to create a spirit of good sportsmanship and to co-operate with other school organiza-
tions in promoting and maintaining the high standards of school life."
The members of the council, consisting of the four officers, the heads of sports,
and the adviser, are:
President . Beraiece Brown
Vice President ., .. Lucy Howe.l
Secretary ,. . . . , ,. janet Mc Gaffey
Treasurer .,,. . ,Henrietta Ruseling
Soccer ,, Nellie Huebner
Volleyball . . . . . . Dorothy Stetzler
Basketball .. .,.. Blanche Howell
Baseball . . . . Ruth Armstrong
Track ,... Margaret Trussell
Tennis ...,.., ,.,,,.. . . . , Anne DeLong
Outdoor Sports .. . Mildred Nelson
Hygiene and Scholarship ., I
Adviser ................. . ....,,,,.,,.... Evalyn Lundquist
The members of the G. A. A. are: Marian Farrier, Marguerite Greenfield,
Evalyn Grundquist, Irene Johnson, Louise Larson, Lucie Lawson, Marian Rogers,
Evelyn Sherman, Catherine Ward, Alice Baldwin, Lora Lee Chase, Frances Gordon
Carrie GundlaCh,Gertrude McNelly, Margaret Sam, Leone Sullivan, Laura Tapper
THE ANOKAN 9
Fall brings tennis in the form of a perpetual tennis tournament The rule that
each girl should play at least one match a Week was not lived up to bs evervone but
the tournament caused much enthusiasm among most of the girls
ANN DE LONG
Fall also brought soccer. This didn't arouse as much enthusiasm as it should
have, but as it is the first time soccer has been introduced into the school its debut
was fairly successful and should pave the Way for the best of seasons next year
T H E A N Cali-. Avi. -.,.,-c-l.?-L.?
From those who reported for practice, two teams were selected to play a pre-
liminary game to the Milaca football game. This game ended a tie, 1-1.
The soccer color tournament consisted of three games played October 31, Novem-
ber 1 and November 6. The results:
Green .... ...2gRed ...3
Green ,... ,..3gWhite .. ,.,1
Red., .... 4gWhite . ...1
The teams are:
RED fiREEN WHITE
CF . . . ..,.. Trussell Lane RCCVCS
RI ,. ..... Larsen Rogers Tapper
L1 A, ,..Dallman Lahn Stetzler
RVV , , . . , Gordon Huebner Wells
LW ,. ,. .Madigan Dease LHWSOII
CH . . ..,Des:huine Brown Sam
RH ,.. . , . Laws Gunlach Sullivan
LH . . . .,.., Howell, B. Grundquist ,l0llI1S0Il
RF ... ...,. Chase Sylvester Bfllllwifl
LF . . . .,,, Tarbox Armstrong MCN6'lly
C 1, , DeLong Mcilalfey RUSCliIlg
Without any of last year's first team, the girls represented the high school in
one alumnae game and three inter-scholastic. The first game, with the alumnae, was
a very one-sided affair, ending in a victory for the alumnae with the score 29 to 4.
This was to be expected as the high school team was pitted against a strong team
composed of former stars. The next game at St. Francis was a fairly interesting and
fast game. The game was even as to score and although it ended with a 25 to 22
victory for St. Francis, the locals far outplayed their opponents. The first and only
victory for the girls was the return game with St. Francis. The score was 18-12. The
last and best game was with Cambridge. The teams were evenly matched at the
beginning but the locals slowed down toward the end and Cambridge netted several
baskets and the final score was 25-16. This is the last year of girls' inter-scholastic
basketballg hereafter efforts will be concentrated on inter-class teams, giving more
girls a chance to learn basketball. VVe hate to say goodbye to inter-scholastic, but
we are hoping to see some good inter-c'ass work.
THIS ANOKAN E929
FG. FT. TP. PF. TF.
Brown, F. ....,, ... 12 11 35 1 .
L. Howell, F ... ... I0 2 22 . 1
Nelson, F. .. 1 1 3 . .,
McGaEey, F. ., . , . , 1 .
B. Howell, G. .. .. .. 1
Reeves, G. . , 6 1
Dallman, G. ,. 4 1
Ruseling, G. .. .. ..
Hollum, G. . . 1 .
The inter-class games were not all played at the end of the basketball season
as done in previous years. Three of the games were played as preliminaries to three
of the boys' games. The other games were played February 20 and 21.
Forwards-Nelson, Dieckhoff, Brown Ccaptainl.
Guards-Reeves, Ruseling, Dallman.
Forwards-Stetzler, I. -lohnson, L. Howell Ccaptainl.
Guards-Larson, lVIcGaffey, Greenfield.
SOPHOMORE T EANI1
Forwards-Baldwin, Huebner, VVard.
Guards-lVIcNelly, Armstrong, B. Howell Ccaptainl.
Subs-Chase, Rogers, Deschaine, Sam, DeLong, Grundquist, Dense, Nelson.
Forwards-Schmoldt, Dahlheimer, Wells Ccaptainl.
Guards-Gordon, Hollum, Freeburg.
Subs-Tapper, Gow, Erlander, Wambaugh, Westmari.
RESULTS OF TOURNAMENT
Won Lost Tied Points
Seniors . . 2 0 1 49
Juniors . . . l 1 l 50
Sophomores . . . . 1 2 O 37
Freshmen . . . ....,., . . . . 1 2 0 40
Spring has for its sports volleyball, track and baseball. Volleyball and baseball
have inter-class tournaments as in soccer and basketball, and for track there is a
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LIQTTIQRS-Nelson, Ruseling, Brown.
Ex1BI.l2N1S-1XIcGz1ffey, L. Howell. B. Howell, Rrevcs, Ruscling, Nelson, Brown
"PLAY TH If GAME"
"XVhen the one great Scorer comes
To write against your name,
Iii? write:-not that you Won or lo.t
Hut how you plzlycd the ggzxmcf'
"THE FIRST SQVAIY'
iIiHWE ANOKAN 1929
The splendour falls un castle' walls
And many summits old in storyg
'llhc long light shakes across the lakes,
And the wild cataract leaps in glory.
Blow. buglc, blow. set the wild echoes flying,
Blow. bugle, blow. answer crlmes, dying. dying, dying
THE ANOKAN ' 1929
Editor-in-Chief . ..
Hmixlant Editor. ,.
Freshman . . .
Normal . . .
Exfhange . .
Features. . .
.... Emily Gates
. .George DeLong
. . . .Olive Arnold
. .Helen Madigan
. . . .Louise Vevea
...Aaron Batcheller, Lucy Lawson
...Mollie Barstow, Lora Lee Chase
....... . . . . .Henrietta Ruseling
MOLLIE BARSTOW, MILDRED NELSON, VICTOR HODSONg BERNIECE BROWN,
AARON BATCHELLER HENRIETTA RUSELING' THE EDITOR HELEN SUMPTER
LELA REEVESQ GEORGE G1DD1NGs, EVELYN sHERMAN,y1-1L:LEN FARRELL5
CHARLES SOLLITT, MIRIAM CHEELEYg DOUGLAS REED, KARIN LENNARTS,
and MARY TOTUSHEK.
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Apple Blossom Time
Whoopee-'llhe Senior class playll It went off with a bang, and how! On
Tuesday and Wednesday, March l2 and 13, the Green Theater was packed with
people Waiting to see the Seniors carry out their threat, "Groan from a super-
abundance of laughingf' Ask anyone in town and see if they failed to have sore
sides when they left the theater. We have heard rumors that it was the best play
in history,-that makes the Seniors feel pretty good.
The plot deals with Bob lVIathews, who has assumed the name of Donald Clark,
also the guardianship of a quiet little girl for whom he "might have to buy gum-
drops and lollypops occasionallyfl His first experience in the village was a violent
encounter with an eighteen-year-old 'fimpudent whirlwind of a girl," who upsets his
dignity and arouses his ire to boiling point, then laughs derisively at his threats.
Imagine his horrified dismay when he finds that this is the girl over Whom he is
expected to act as guardian. Charlie Lawerence, his friend, is the cause for all the
trouble but is not always such a good 'fhxern as he might be even if he has a very
good opinion of himself. Mrs. Forrest is the villainess, she tries in many ways to get
the estate, but fails because of Charlie's fixing. The comedy parts are played by
THE ANOKAN : 1929
Spud McClosky, Mickey Maguire, Malvina Kurtz and Annabel Spriggins. Cal, the
village constable, who courts Polly, the cook, furnish their share of the laughs. Nancy
Prescott was Betty's best girl friend While Loretta Harris was her worst enemy be-
cause she attracted Bob and Charlie by her "baby talk and baby stare."
The cast was as follows:
Bob Mathews, an unwilling visitor at the cross roads ,. Donald Henning
Charlie Lawerence, his go-getter friend ,.,.,. Charles Sollitt
Spud McClosky, direct from Sunshine Alley . .....,... Elroy Lehn
Mickey Maguire, also from Sunshine Alley ....
Cal Pickens, the village constable , . 4.,.. ..
Betty Ann Stewart, a human little whirlwind
Nancy Prescott, a pretty neighbor . ....,,,.., .
Polly Biddle, a caretaker of Tad Forrest's Home
. , , , james Handy
Loretta Harris, the prettiest girl in the village
.,. ....,. Helen Farrell
Malvina Kurtz, whose ambition is to have a beau ...... Florence Dieckhoff
Mrs. Forrest, the haughty sister-in-law of Tad Forrest .... ...... L ela Reeves
Annabel Spriggins, the village old maid ,..., ......,..,, . . ..,., Della Sumpter
The success of the play was largely due to the tireless efforts of Irene Miller,
our coach. Recognition is also due Adele Regner, business manager, Mildred Nelson,
Fredrick Sheonrock, Douglas Reed, property managers, Margaret Butler, understudyg
Mollie Barstow, Victor Hodson, Fredrick Scheonrock, vaudeville, Merle Laflin,
Dorothy Dallman, Mildred Nelson and Angeline Walquist, ushers.
"Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the
tongue, but if you mouth it, as many of your players do, l had as lief the town-Crier
spoke my lines .... Be not too tame neither, but let discretion be your tutorg suit
the action to the word. the word to the action: with this special observance, that you
o'er step not the modesty of nature."-HAMLET.
THE FISHQNG PGND
Nly hczxvml, my hope,
ily trust must bc,
Kly gentle gluidv, in
THE ANOKAN : 1929
TEN FACULTY MEMBERS CAMP AT MILLE LACS
On the shores of Lake Mille Lacs in a cozy little cottage belonging to one of
the members, ten of the faculty, the Misses Sirene, Harrison, Haasman, Valker, G.
Swanson, A. Peterson, Kruse, B. Smith, Nelson and Lundquist, enjoyed a week-
end visit, October 12-14.
TEACHERS FROLIC AT LAKE
On Thursday evening, October 18, the grade teachers, and on Friday evening
the high school teachers were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Scott DeLong and Mr.
and Mrs. Leeds Cutter at the DeLong cottage at Round Lake.
A delicious two-course camp supper was served and the remainder of the eve-
ning was given to playing bridge.
At each party the teachers enjoyed a delightful evening.
ENTERTAINED AT BABY PARTY
Lora Lee Chase and Janet McGaffey entertained several children, attending
Anoka High School, at a baby party, November 10, at the Chase home. The boys
donned short pants, and large bow ties adorned their shirts. The girls were dressed
in short skirts and rompers.
A contest waxed hotly among the 'Alittle ones" on nursery rhymes. Chalmer
Walters and Bob Bradeen fought long and hard for honors, but finally Bob was
proclaimed champion. Lucy Howell received the prize for guessing the nursery
rhymes corresponding to their pictures.
CAMP FIRE GIRLS ENTERTAINED
The Camp Fire girls, under the guardianship of the lVIisses Swanson and Peter-
son, gathered at their rooms for a regular meeting. The girls soon found, however,
that it really was a party.
The main stunt of the evening was making booklets, entitled "School Days."
The judges were unable to decide which was the cleverest of the "masterpieces," so
straws were drawn and Norma McArdle was the lucky one.
Later flashlight pictures were taken of the assemblage.
T.H..E. ,AON Q .K A N -l,9L2.-?
ANOKIWAKI CAMP FIRE GROUP CELEBRATE HALLOWE'EN
Hallowe'en was celebrated with a party at the home of Lora Lee Chase. A game
of "Consequences" started the evening's fun. Later the game of "flea" was intro-
duced, and many new species of fleas were created. The girls practiced "Burn, Fire,
Burn," gave fifteen rahs for the Chases and departed for their homes.
G. A. A. COUNCIL ENTERTAINED
The G. A. A. Council was entertained by Anne DeLong at the cottage at Round
Lake on October 30. A wonderful dinner was served to the group of girls. Later
the girls adjourned to the cozy living room to show their ability in an athletic meet.
Miss Lundquist was not to be beaten, and she won the honors. Ten o'clock terminated
a wonderful evening, and the girls journeyed back to town.
SENIOR HALLOWE'EN PARTY
On October 30, the Seniors assembled in the lower hall of the high school to
make merry at a Hallowe'en party. Bunco was the main game of the evening and
proved tremendously interesting. Various other games were played and then news
of refreshments caused a great rejoicing.
SENIOR ENTERTAINEIJ GROUP OF STUDENTS
A delightful evening was enjoyed by those who attended the party which Harriet
lVIcCauley so successfully sponsored on November 23. The hall was prettily decorated
with crepe paper.
FACULTY ENTERTAINS AT MASONIC TEMPLE
Wednesday evening, December 12, the lylafonic Temple was the scene of great
festivities when the faculty entertained the school board members at a Christmas
partv. The holiday spirit was much in evidence throughout the evening, being empha-
sized by the gay decorations and gayer games which everyone thoroughly enjoyed.
DIN NER PARTY
At seven o'clock on December 1, courteous girl friends called for their boy
friends and journeyed to the Gates'. Soon after their arrival, dinner was announced.
The tables were decorated with Thanksgiving favors and place cards and pretty
candles. The dinner was served plate style. At a rather late hour the guests bade
their hostesses good night and departed for home.
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The Seniors gave the annual "Anokan" benefit at the Green Theater, January
10 and ll. "The Cheer Leader" was presented.
On Saturday evening, May ll, the Seniors were the guests of the juniors at
the K. C. Hall.
Yellow, black, red, and silver made up the modernistic color scheme, this was
the latest in decoration and was cleverly carried out.
The toastmaster introduced the following program:
Vocal Duet ,..,......,,...... ,....,...,.... D orothy Beebe, Berniece Johnson
Hon the Upward Climbn. . . ..,,...,...,,,....,,.... Don Jones
"Upward, Rung by Rungw ,.,.......,,,.,........,....,,..... James Handy
Six Hand Piano Number ..... Olive Arnold, Hazel French, Marguerite Greenfield
"Higher, Still Hlghern. .. .., .,,, ,......,,.....,. . ....,..
'AThe Goal ls Won".
. .Mr. Adams
. , , . Paul Peterson
Au Gratin Potatoes
Celery and Olives
How soft the music of these village bells,
Falling at intervals upon the cur.
ln cadence sweet. now dying all away,
Now penling loud again, :md louder still
Clear and sonorous. as the gale comes on
XVitl1 easy force it opens all the cells
VVhere memory slept.
'V H If A N O K A N 1 9 2 9
GI RLS' GLIQE CLU B
BOYS' GLICIC CLUB
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The High School Glee Clubs
The thirty-five members of the Girls' Glee Club organized this year with Harriet Roberts
as their president, Nellie Huebner, vice-president, Janet McGaffey, secretary and treasurer.
'Ihey have sung in various assembly programs and once for the Home Club at the Public
Library. By the faithful and untiring efforts of Miss johnson, the girls won first place in the
district contest at St. Cloud. They feel that it is a complimentary honor since this is the first
time Anoka has attended a meet of this sort.
For their officers the boys elected Frederick Scheonrock, president, Nelson Odson, vice-
president, and Victor Hodson, secretary and treasurer. These fourteen boys have entertained
us many times as a group, and also in quartets with their jolly nonsense songs as well as their
more serious ones. We are proud to tell that they won second place in the contest, losing to
St. Cloud by only one point.
Much praise is due to Olive, our very efficient pianist, for her work every day in our
music classes and especially for winning first place as piano soloist, playing "Fifih Nocturne."
Bravo! And Anoka, show them next year that you can't be beat!
On April the tenth, the high school glee clubs successfully presented the operetta, "Miss
Cherry Blossom," under the direction of Miss johnson and Miss Prelvitz, assisted by the
high school orchestra, led by G. C. Brown.
The story of the play is, in brief:
Cherry is truly an American girl, left in Kokemo's care by Mr. Worthington, her guardian.
At the time of the play, she is about eighteen years old, and Worthington does not know she
is living. He soon finds that she is very much alive. He is not the only one who notices
Cherry, however. john Henry Smith of the American party, otherwise jack, falls head over
heels in love. The sight of a good American dollar soon inveigles old Kokemo to introduce
the pair, and trouble is on. Togo, the rich politician, also wishes, or rather demands, that
Cherry marry him.
Meanwhile another game is staged among the Americans. A little side-play with Monsieur
Vere de Vere-a little jealousy, and Jessica brings her errant-lover to her feet.
just at the point where all sorts of black clouds are threatening jack and Cherry's "love-
boat," Togo loses his job and consequently his prestige. Cherry's gold mine, held by
Worthington, turns out good, and Kokemo is overjoyed to find that Cherry has a fortune and,
more than that, Jack, too, is wealthy. In fact, he is so happy that he consents to their
wedding and gives them his "infernal" blessing, and every one, feeling happy, sings their
tribute to Cherry.
And so, the curtain falls.
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Miss Cherry Blossom ..,....... .,..,.,,..., . .,Miriam Cheeley
Kokemo, a Japanese innkeeper. . . , . ,Donald Henning
john Henry Smith ..44.,..,.. ...Victor Hodson
Henry Foster Jones ..... Elroy Lehn
Horace Worthington .. ..... Charles Sollitt
james Young .....,,,... .,.. C Eeorge Giddings
Jessica Vanderpool ........ ...,... M arian Rogers
Togo, the rich politician ..., ..... .,.,... , , ,Frederick Schoenrock
American Girls and Men, Guests of Mr. Worthington.
xGeisha Girls of Kokemo's Tea Garden.
In addition to the usual event of the operetta, was the Christmas Pageant at the Green
Theater, depicting the story of the coming of Christ, and the promise of a future of world
peace and brotherhood.
We can, also, boast of a very excellent double mixed quartet. Its members are Dorothy
Beebe, Miriam Cheeley, Harriet Roberts, Berniece Johnson, Elroy Lehn, Victor Hodson,
Frederick Schoenrock, and George Giddings. They sang for us in the assembly, and they
represented us with their songs at the Phiolection Club. Not only this but they sang over the
radio in Anoka's hour through the courtesy of the Majestic Stove Company.
Our single mixed quartet, Victor Hodson, Frederick Schoenrock, Miriam Cheeley, and
Berniece Johnson, won second place in the contest.
Needless to say we are proud of the progress made by the music department this year,
and we know that every year it will be bigger and better.
THE ANOKAN 1929
The high school orchestra was first organized in 1925. During these three years,
hlr. Brown, our organizer and leader, and the members of the orchestra have worked
hard getting it up to par. We have played at many of the school activities and have
put on several concerts. It was not until this year, however, that we entered the
district contest. Taking into account the limited experience in this lield, the orchestra
did remarkably well in winning second place. Here's to the orchestra of the future.
may it grow bigger and better each year!
THE ANOKAN 1929
The shades of night were failing fast,
As through an Alpine village passed
A youth, who bore 'mid snow :md ice
A lmnncr, with the strangle device,
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The French Club
The French Club began the second year of its existence by electing its oHicers
for the year. Donald Henning was chosen as president, Wesley Brown was elected
vice-president, Orin Robbins, secretary, and Robert Bradeen, treasurer.
The meetings were held in the hall under the Public Library. Programs of
various nature were given, and, of course, delicious refreshments were served before
the meetings adjourned.
The big event of the year was the sleigh ride, March 7. After the ride, with its
many, many spills and bumps, We went to Lucie LaWson's home where we were met
by some Wonderful oyster stew, French bread and dainty French tea cakes. It goes
without saying that we enjoyed every bit. Afterward, Mrs. Lawson told us some
of her experiences while she was studying music in France. Then she played a few
strains of typical French music-showing that the emotions of the French people
are either at the height of happiness, or down in the depths of despair and sadness.
We then sang the national anthem of France, "La Marseillaisef' and soon we were
wending our weary, but happy steps homeward.
THE MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH CLUB
DONALD BULLARD MONA MCFEE
LA VINA TORKELSON
DON JONES FLORENCE DIECKHOFF
The Science Club
The Science Club was organized early in December under the direction of Miss
Lund-quist, Miss G. Swanson, and Mr. Ellingson. The purpose of the club is to
unite those students who are interested in science in an endeavor to put into practice
those things which We learn in class and to realize what is going on in the Scientific
world at the present time.
For each meeting a definite subject is chosen and there is an informal discussion
of the topic together with various demonstrations and talks by the members.
Officers this year are: President, lWargaret Trussellg vice-president, Ruth Haj:-
cockg and secretary, Jack Dalgren.
ln the work-11-day world, for its needs and woes
There is place and enough for the pains nf prose,
But whenever the hiuy-hells clash and chime
Then heylgfor the ripple of laughing rhyme.
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"A Batcheller Laflin"
One day two boys, FREDQRICK and PAUL, decided to go on a HUNT. So
putting their lunch in a CASE, they started WUEST for a BROWN wood of
which they knew. On the way they passed a BATCHELLER who was pushing an
old RECH of a cart to the SMlTH'S to be repaired. "Where are you going?" he
asked. "Oh, we are going HENNINGQ' replied FREDRICK. 'fFARE'LL," said
he, as they passed on.
Soon they reached the wood and, finding a good place, they built from REEVES
of a REED that grew there. When this was completed, they sat down to await the
birds. After a short time, they heard a RUSSELING and saw a bear approaching.
"Let's KEILLOR and SKlNNER,H said Paul, "then we can SHARER." 4'No,
we Won't SHERRIAN, we can SOLLITT to that rich GERMANSEN who has the
BUTLER,,' replied FREDRICK. As he said this, he aimed his gun and pulled the
trigger with no result-they had left their ammunition at home!
Ml wish l were in lSRAEl,,l' moaned PAUL.
The one thing left for them to do was to retreat so they ran from the bear until
they reached a HAYCOCK. lnto this they dove without delay. When they had
LEHN for some time, they looked out and found the bear gone. At once they got
their guns and left for home. On the way, they stopped for water to quench their
thirst at one of the NVELLS near lJALLlVIAN'S meat market. While FREDRICK
was drinking, PAUL went in and bought several birds which he thought would come
in HANDY in proving their ability as hunters.
The boys reached home just as the evening began to grow CHEELEY. Need-
less to say they neglected to tell of their encounter with the bear.
The "bone of contentioni' is often a "bonehead."
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Make pay while the sun shines.
Some slave to keep from thinkingg others think to keep from slaving.
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