Central High School - Arrow Yearbook (Aberdeen, SD)

 - Class of 1931

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" . f ' "7 ' 1, .SW g Qu ai- lx - ' hx gm -vll li- kms! 8 3, f Qftgi .13 4' , Q , ., 'w.,Sw,.f A fx , A , M , U , I? , L, - rt- 12. W mv ,, -1 4 X3 1, S' ,.v:.5.5? ..:,E3 ax? 1 15. 2 .41-Q.. ., 13 1. 'N ,-VV' ' ' x.gfZZ,I JH. SH, ' 2 , V " rw . M " - .5 - V - xg, M 4 ' . x f 1' Wt . XFN f ,Q-f ., -. K. ' , ' 'z N Fx J J "Rx as Board of Education -I Jlberdeen Citq Schools Wa I N DOUGLAS Presldent JOHN T E DIINWOODIE Vlce Pres FRANK E WYTTENBACH Busmess Mgr CHARLE:,J DALTHORP bupermtendent WILLIAM owsLEY ' ' 0. O.tKAARBO 0. M. TIFFANY To THE STUDENTS After your day? of actual Qchool attendance haze paseed no part of your educatwnal careers uzll stand out unth as many happy recollectzons as you1 years fn high Qchool May your aseoczatrona friendships and the many happy occaswns brought to you thqs yea? be 16'l'l62L6d and enjoyed many tzrnes in future years through your yearbook The Arrow. Ver y Qzncer ely yours CHAS J DALTHORP Super zntendent W . . . . ' a , - I .1 . f . , 4 u . u , f 1 - f ' 4 1 . l . V, . X 1 I 1 . . . t .'. .V . U , 1 , V . u 1 u ,- . ' - er 11 ' 1 ' v To THE STUDENTS Your Arrow 28 but the tangzble evidence ofthe actwmes Jou partzczpated zu as a hugh school student The 'values of your partzcipatzou uzll be ca1 reed mto your actwe lzfe after you have gone from your school May the fine zdeals of sevvzce and sacrzfzce for the common good tustllled by your partzclpatzon zu these actwztzes coutmue uzth you always Smcer ely Yours WENDELL E DUNN P1 zuczpal Zvi? A :'AV 'J ' 7f2Li,Q'ii5 6' ' ' v , .Q f - e r. ' - -- My as 97 ' ' ' ' ' ' 2 . Y - ' 1 E M H ,Y 5 E7 1 Q-fb! ' 02' X l vt , MMM HELEN CROMER REVA RUSSELL HAZEL ULREY H DAUBENEERGER 5 M Dzrerlor of Atbletzrr A B Grmell State Umvermty of lowa B of Muslc UmVe"E'ty A B Yankton College Rockne Meanwell Schoolof Muslc Nebraska A M Teachers College CoachmgSchool Columbla Umverslty Columbus Umversxty of Wmsconsm B S Cornell College '4Pf""f0' 0 um Hzxlorg Mod Problem: Hnlorj Publzr Speakmg Shorthand Tjpewrznng GMA p1,wm,Edmd,,0,, Geomag A B Dakota Wfslewn B S Ed N S T N 5 T C B s Huron College l UHIVCFSIIS of Mmnnesota S D State C01 989 Teacher sconege Columbm Umvermty of Colorado University of Wnsconsm Q-,fir l . . A f ' ' f- . l CECIL 0- MONROE EHTELYN BAILEY Norm STAAEL LEONARD BYRNE I . . . .in .... C. - , ARROW l l LESLIE RAT!-:MAN MERCY L DOUGLAS Hutory Superzuof of Sindy Halls A Jamestown College B Q m Ed N N T C Unnersxty of Iowa ELLA CHRISTENSEN ROBERT HERMAN Art Band and Orrlvextm S D State College A B S D State College Iowa State College Amerua Conservatory of Iowa Unlverslty Music un lx CARL V GRUHN ALVINA IEE Geometry and German Homehnld Chflllflffj In Ed N S Blolugy .wld Algebra Umversnty of Mmnesota B S N U bmw college Unnersltx of Mmnes Jta el? ji? IILLIAN E PIEPI-R DEWAR ANDERSON Englnb Cbenlnlrj and Phjurx A B Unnersny of Iowa B A Carleton College University of Minnesota Z l 1 I ,,.. ...,- .... .... ,t f f E k vr vf E A oe e E R o E V 7 ' ' 't ,.'. ' ' ' 'XX Xi N X V l X 2? - . X Q V Vifiifw I .emmalaow as ligwjeue 22 ,Vw 'ii LOVILLA HAZ1 r Fremla and Spanzxb S lh Ind N S Umverslty of Wisconsin INQA H Hr-LPN BERYL DE HAVFN 'VllLDRED DAVIDSON Sbrnlballff TjPt'Lu.1III7Ig Eflglffb Dmmd Snremm B Q nn Edumaum A R Nt Olafiollmpze 9 '1 University of Mlnnesota Unnerslty of Iowa 'X v llMXV!Ml' Si T HARRY COLL Engfub B A Beloit College Umversnty of Vhswysnn DAH FLEMIINGTUN Bonkkeepnzg A B Umverslty N D Gregg School Ur lwerslty of Mmnesula L LARA FLEMINGTUN INEZ HAMMUMJ Home Eronomns A B Unners1tyufN D UDISETSIIV of Mlnnesuta Englmh A B Umversny of Kansas Washburn Lollege Qclx ' X, , .gc vi? H' x- ff' f Rx 'I' ov Qffovgiq of Y, A ,x v,d'X 'F X f M ' of e 4 il ,L , yy! J . 5 L 'nl A l f ' 1 J M , FQ! 1 e f e Qgif if l 3 A fl Ji ' , 1 B.:.' M .sfrc . 1 ' "' Q -V f K t 1 5 I Y lllx l l l pw l V ic T J 6, 4. fling ,lf EC 1 f - l J W y A 1. j v Awww l9 4 or JOHN A LINN ALMA THOMAS DWIGHT H COURSEY 1 1, ournalum Eng U Librarian A B of Journalism B A Umverslty of Montana B S S D StateCollege Umversltyof Mlchlgan Columbia University Umverslty of South Dakota MARY HARRISON ROLAND R DEIMER JOO,-1-H JOHNSON Mdtbemdzm Prmnng Manager of Atbletzrx Lam! B S S D State College B N N S T B A Unnverslty of South Dakota Beaux Arts Instutute France Stout Institute Umversmty of Minnesota Unnerslty of Colorado U T A School of Prnntmg A work of Nfzlzzre. .1-4"J'+., 1:4 Msn"-Q, .Juv-1 WW WW W iw NZQOW I9 l Cl 4SN HINICIIRI OFFICERS Don Coulter Presrdent II rllmm 7rck C eorqe Keller Vree Prewrdent WI rrr in Nelson James bexton Qeeretarx Josephrne Sh rnnon George Ye rger Ireasurer George Dresselhuxs ACTH ITIE3 Foo b rll liisketball Deeldmatorv Debate Qoerrl Actrxrtres Nlusre Contest UFFICFRS Wrllr rm frelx I resrdent Helen Dobbrns C eorge X eager V ree I resrdent 'VI utrrr Su ensen Xhrrrn lNeleorr Secretarx Nlarrm Nelbon Ann ITIEQ Football Brxlxetball l'r'rel llebrte Deelfrrnrtory Ir Sr Prom Jr I' ur Irreld Dax Keystone Qurll and Stroll Blue and Cjold jr Plfrx Arrow 0rr1eERb Alfred I ogele I reerdent Joe budow Ted H rrrnon Vue Presrdent Creorge Ye lger C eorge I e rger Sen ret rr w C rx endolx rr Hxe Burton Irtf rm lredwurer Nic rle Sloan Xe r IXIIIES Iroorb rll H rxlxetball lr uk Deb rte Blue rnd C old Arrow Ixex stone Qurll and Nroll lletlfxrnatorw Irreld Du Idgearrt Dax Sr Pldv Muslt Lontebt i YVYV iff wv- I A-:-il----v VYLV 1-ill -...T. 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I J. f V I- - f- ' 1 K 1 Dv f,q ,u - ,v - ' " I CIE-. 31' Igile '?fLf'-- ' 'E C' re af, Q--N - C' ,I ARROW l9 l I SENIOR BOYS CLUB OFFICERS FIRSI SEM ESTER SECOND SEMESTER Erwin Olson President Cecil Everson George Yeager Vice President Merle Sloan Raymond Walters Secretary Wllllam Pagones ACTIVITlEb The Senior Boys Club IS a unlt which cooperates m the promotion of worthwhile activities among themselves and the student body The Club was orignally organized to provide an activity ln which the oldest group of boys ln the school might partlclpate as a unit It provides membership for a number of boys who would not otherwise hold membershlp to any other organization It was provided a means of mfiuencmg public opinion in the case of several emergencies which have arisen among the boys of the school The chief activities for which it IS especially fitted is the organization of the plans for field day or annual spring contest between the Junior Boys and the The Senior Boys The mam accompllshment of the first semester is the all school pep meeting held on the night of Pageant Day in addition to the decoratlon of the field As its accomplishment of the second semester the club gavea feed for the Senlor Play Cast and the committees Ihe boys also took actlve part in the Rifle Club which was organized for the first time thls year Besldes 1tS other act1v1t1es lt usually sponsers some money ITl3klI1g proJect during the year in order to finance ltS activities The chief object might be said to be that of raising the standard of conduct among boys Vs ' l Merle Sloan ....... .. .... lr. .E ...... .Treasurer , .A ,... .... 1l...Elmer Siewart ARROW l9 l l SENIOR GIRLS CLUB The Senlor Glrls Club under the capable leadershlp of Mlss Hammond has been one of the most actlve clubs of the year The oiflcers were FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Sage Madden Presldent Lorene Soper Lorene Soper VICE Presldent Elleen Paulson Ellzabeth Douglas Treasurer Joyce Sarver Many and Varled projects were sponsord by the club Probably the most outstandlng of these was the party on Pageant Day The feature of the party was a grand march led by the queen and her attendents with the mar shalls The club sold candy bars and esklmo ples at several football and bas ketball games Near the end of the flrst semestera Kld Party was given at whxch stunts and dancmg furnlshed entertamment for the evemng On the mornmg of January 9 a pep assembly was glven to advertlse the Box Supper whlch took place that evemng after the Watertown game The basketball banquet glven on March 21 was a very successful affalr The Aprll Fool note whlch predommated 1n the decoratlon scheme and enter talnment caused great fun and excltement At the1r annual tea ln May the senlor g1rls entertamed the Jumor g1rls As a closlng project of an ac t1ve and successful year the semor class breakfast was sponsored by th1s club W Jean Stewart ......l.. ., ..........,.... Secretary ..,........................ Vivian Dyer ARROW l9 l THE SHIP OF MEMORIES O DAY IS more rare than the one m June when our shlp IS anchored safe l at last rn the harbor The salls are tattered and the frame has 1 yr grayed from the lashing of waves Stlll we love that falthful vessel for lt carrred us three seasons wlth the wmd blowlng foul and falr E my toward the Port of Graduatlon We look 1nto the serene depths of a sapphlre sea and wonder lf those storms we weathered weren t merely fancy A sense of strangeness and unwanted responslblllty gr1ps us we know we must travel the gleammg rlbbon of a hlghway yonder For consol atlon and strength we turn to our cargo of memorles once more ter too Some of the worst wlndy gusts were nlghtmares of geometry and semor taunts that the boys ln our class were genume pygmles We were perhaps l1ttle but we proved we were mlghty ln capturlng the pep Jug dur mg football season The boys always felt grateful to Gall Welshaar for that How we all clapped when Dawn Mandery was crowned queen at the Pageant of Centurlesl But wouldn t lt have been hard to choose from the bevy of nommees? The one and only nlght football game gave us a blg thrlll Sopho mores were well represented we re proud to say m the All State Chorus that year The Gym Circus set the sophomore glrls all a flutter lt s too bad there wasnt an All School Play so they could have had real stage frlght Remember we won the consolatlon honors at the state tournament ln basket ball and that flrst glorlous F leld Day' We Sophomores ate dust and en Joyed 1t whlle we watched the fllvver race and tug o war In the sprmg we Junlors met few mlshaps Wasnt 1t sweet of the ra1n to walt txll after the parade on Pageant Day? Falry tales and nursery rhymes made such gorgeous floats especlally the queen s wlth Ruth Nellls on the throne Then to cap the cllmax we showed SOUIX Palls the door to defeatll Remember we nearly froze at Watertown when a speclal tra1n took us down ftwo hundred students! to boost our team We lost but as good sports we couldnt be beat Dldn tjune Plerce Whoopee wmsomely IU our successful jumor play Clarence? Ole Olson was the outstandlng athlete of the Jumors and that beautlfully decorated gym and the refreshment rooms the mght of the Prom' We Junxors worked desperately hard Then the last lap of the Journey behold Seniors' On Pageant Day the storm god lost h1s temper entlrely Between tears VJ well at least d1smay and the ram we almost drowned The paradehad to be glven up and Marian Nelson was such a lovely queen too' We ll never forget thateffectlve coron atlon mldst Shakesperlan settlng D1d the Glee Clubs ever smg more beautl fully than at the Chrlstmas concert? Thenthe Jlnx that captured our basket ball team by makmg us w1n and lose so often by one pomt' Let s g1V6 the Senlor Glrls Club credlt for or1g1nal1ty ln the Aprll Fool Banquet g1ven for the basketball boys Then the grand concluslon of our sea farlng l1fe the song contest, baccalaureate and commencement ...+.....l..... . . . . ,o T 1 T ' W M - - g -"..jf'3g . . . Q . . , , pf , ,gg R . . , - S We sailed the high seas first when we were sophomores and it was win- , - 9 1 ' ' 1 Y Y . 4 .- . , , 7 ' 1 ' YK 77 VY ' ' ' Y! l 77 ' ' , , , ' 1' 1 T 1 W , , ARROW l95l QENIOR CIA99 PLAY UALITY STREET by james Barrxe glven bythe semor class was proclaxmed a great success by the people who attended the perform ance on May 14 and 15 The productlon was especlally unlque m that :wg the settlngs and costumes were of Napoleonic War perlod lss Hammond the dxrector IS to be commended upon the lnterpretatlon and presentatlon of thlS classic play to its fullest capaclty CA S I MISS Phoebe Sage Madden Captam Valentlne Brown Joe Werhnger Mlss Fanny Elizabeth Douglas Mlss Wllloughby Eleanor Suttle Mlss Henrletta Ellleen Paulson Mlss Susan Vlvlan Dyer Patty Roberta Busse Sergeant Joe Sudow Isabella Gwladys Jones Arthur Burton Tlffany Wllllam Smlth Wllllam Pagones Charlotte Parrott Edna Kester Harrlet Katherlne Smlth Splcer Robert Tlffany Old Soldler Jack Z6ltlOW The Gallant Merle Sloan Chlld Mary McNeary COMMITIILES Stage Management Llghtmg Mlss Chrlstensen Advxsor Wrlllam Lamont Chalrman Allen Wllll3mS Wllllam Funge AIVIH Osterholt Dlck Van Campen Costummg and Make Up M1ss Thomas Advlsor Jeanne Lee Chalrman Jane Hays MablePersh1ng Vera Hatten Marlan Nelson V1oletSh1ll1ngstad Kathryn Burckhard Mary Locklngton Busmess Management Mlss Holen Advlsor Wllllam Zxck Chalrman Burnton Bruse Merle Stoddard Advertlsmg MISS Holen Advlsor Lorene Soper Chr Lucllle Ze1dler Josephme Shannon Ted Sundahl Propertles Mlss A Flemmgton Advlsor Gladys Shedd Chalrman Ellzabeth Bantz Corrme Dxckerson Helen Thomas Ralph Moore Wllllam Wells Ushers Mlss Flemmgton Advlsor Grace Johnson Chr Mona Hornmg Katherlne Kelly Clara Hauge Carol Glbbs Helen Dreelan Muslc Leon Everson Prompter L1eu V1lla Bradford fi.- ,,,-,,,-,,,M,,,,,,N . lar ',, 1 v n . 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Y , . 35 -'GZ Most popular glrl Most popular boy Blggest glrl bluff Blgg6St boy bluff Prett1est g1r1 Most handsome boy Most bashful g1r1 Most bashful boy W1tt1est g1rl Wlttlest boy Most talented g1r1 Most talented boy Cl3SS16St g1r1 Classlest boy Cutest g1r1 Cutest boy Pepplest glrl Pepplest boy Most representatlve g1rl Most representatlve boy Best boy athlete Best g1rl athlete Best boy dancer Best g1rl dancer Bralnlest glrl Bra1n1est boy F11rt1est g1r1 Fl1rt1est boy Nolsest glrl N0lS18St boy Worst man hater Worst woman hater It tlest g1r1 It tlest boy Most dlgnlfied g1r1 Most d1gn1fied boy ARROW 1951 HALL OF FA ME FIRST SECOND Mar1an Nelson Kather1ne Burckard B111 ZICK Alfred Fogle Eleanor Suttle Roberta Busse Bob Tlffany Ted Harmon Mar1an Nelson Kather1ne Sm1th Bob H111 B111 Lamont Carol Anderson lEun1ce Hunstad Mary Lyonsl Erw1n Anderson Elmer Gruhn Eleanor Suttle Roberta Busse Mart1n Swenson Joe Sudow Helen Dobbms fMar1an Nelson Sage Maddenl Joe Sudow Wanda Avery B111 Lamont Kather1ne Kelly B111 Pagones Gwendolyn Hye Martm Swenson Joe Sudow Erwm Olson Ellzabeth Douglas Bud Tonner Allce Letherer Helen Dobbms Ralph Moore Betty Antleman B111 Pagones Al1ce Letherer Alfred Fogle V1v1an Dyer Edgar Kelly Kather1ne Burckard B111 Pagones Sage Madden Ted Sundahl Leon Everson Kather1ne Smlth B111 Pagones Kather1ne Burckard Carroll Easton Eleanor Suttle Bud Tonner B111 ZICK George May Lorene Soper B111 Lamont Kather1ne Smlth Josephme Shannon Joe Sudow Kather1ne Kelly Don Henderson Edna Kester Don Henderson Jane Hays Erwln Anderson Kather1ne Kelly Ted Harmon Betty Antleman Jack Zletlow H A ' ' ..... Helen Dobbins ......... ........ E lizabeth Douglas ARROW l l W SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY DEAR ALMA MAMMY l a T LAST after all these years I ve found tlme to start thas httle epls ffpq tle whlch w1ll soon be wlngmg 1ts wav thenceward I suppose you 7 re burnmg wxth curloslty to hear of the CXDIOIIS and expernences of L the class of 1931 In my far travels from pole to pole I have encount 1 ered many of our former classmates Can you lmagme whom Ifirst snghted ln Alaska? Imet Edna Kester Mary Locklngton and Katherlne Smlth w1th a few falthful followers ln the MISSIOHHFY Work Among the followers we have such emment people as the Dlckerson sls ters Helen Dreelan Mona Hornmg Maurme Lmdqulst and Nellle Wasner They have spent several years ln Alaska and there are only a few of the na tlves that havent learned thelr theme song I left Alaska for Canada on the good shlp Nelson whnch was plloted by Don Branch and Cloyd Hanson We were nearlng the coast of Canada when a small tug wlth xxx pamted on the bow bombarded our shrp They deman ded access to the shlp ln order to plant thelr cargo The crew was com posed of such personages as Lloyd Wllson Elmer Slewart and Alfred Fogle captamed ably by Don Henderson Our good shlp w1th lts new cargo then wended IIS weary way to Canada But I must hurry on to more thrlllmg ex pernencs whlch I know are ahead of me There I spent a few months but soon declded to return to the Umted States by way of Nlagara Falls I explored the Brrdal Falls and lo' to my surprlse I found many fam1l1ar 1n1t1als carved on surroundmg trees On one huge tree was carved a mammoth heart bearmg the lmtlals of a brldal party that had mcluded the followxng listed here as I can vaguely remember them Alvm Oesterholt Vera Hatten Blll Zlck Ellzabeth Douglas and George Yeager Lxeu Vllla Bradford Recent letters from home have informed me that all are peacefully set tled on nelghbormg farms and emoymg each other s company at the bl weekly commumty meetmgs of the Four H Club It mlght be of mterest to know that B111 Zlck one of our former clty dudes was sent as state delegate to the natlonal meet at Chlcago Bull took hrs prize baby beef to compete for nat lonal honors and I am sure that he wall Wm I next took a hurrled trlp out West to v1s1t I know youll be glad to know that our old frlend Jack Zeltlow has rellzed hrs llfe long ambltlon I found hum seated at the head of a long table of orphans who had affectlon ately named hrm Grandpa and were hstenmg wlth enraptured expresslons to has tale of the unsocrablllty m the cold cold world On the staff of the Asylum were Vlvlan Dyer Ehzabeth Bantz Beatrlce Moyer Lorene Soper and Phyllls Wllson As I left the grounds I heard an old famlllar voxce at the gate which creaked open sadly I turned ln tlme to see Wllham Lamont Bxll 7 , I, , . rc r , . . . . 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Y 7 i 9 ARROW I I had retamed his dxgnlfied a1r even ln old age and told me he enjoyed the sol ltary llfe at the asylum Iasked hlm about Kathryn Burchard whom he told me slghlng had Joined the follles and IS appearing ln an ensemble num ber wlth Katherme Kelly Dorothy Gossard Gwendolme Hye and Ivanelle Cassldy On the same program appears ln electrlc llghts the name of Bob H1ll whnch has been made famous by h1s lntrlcate Tambourme Dance Havmg tlred of the home land I declded to go abroad Isoon found my self ln London where the first sounds that greeted my ears were thelusty and oratorlcal shouts of Evenlng paper Mr 7 I lmmedlately recogmzed the port ly figure of the one and only Joe Sudow He told me that busmess was very good due to excellent economlc condltlons and the falthful patronage of hls old tlme customers Dlck Kalser Harold Dufloth Lee Bensley and Carroll Easton who are London BODDICS Whlle 1n London I made a VlSlt to Scot land yard where I was conducted on a tour by George Dresselhuys He es corted me to the offlces of Detectxves Kenneth Dunker and LeRoy Chapm Hls rlght hand men are Carl Arndt Joe Werlmger Dlck Brott Dale Ryman and Merle Sloan From there I Journeyed to Scotland and who should I see ln kllts domg the Hlghland Flmg on a street coroner ln Edmburgh but the three Ioneses Dan Gladys and Janet After a chat wlth them I learned that Edgar Kelly had Just obtamed h1s fifth dlvorce from a notorxous chorus grrl through hls legal advlsors Elmer Gruhn and Bob Tlffany mlrers In a gay sldewalk cafe on the Rue de La Palx I was greeted by a famlllar old spectacle Don t you remember Martln Swenson s favorite old tune The Peanut Vender 7 Well there he was he and hls monkey ,Iumor entertalmng a vast crowd of old home town people Among the fashlon able patrons of the cafe were Ralph Smlth Wanda Avery Clara Houge Maurlce Hlckenbotham Evelyn Morgan and B111 Wells That very evemng I had a llvely tlme at one of the leading nlght clubs Betty Antleman and Sage Madden who were bllled as the leadlng act of the performance Le maltre du cafe turned out to be B1ll Brussel Walters were Francls O Nelll Darrell Deltz and Dean PhllllDS At the Revelr Iwas consoled for losses by Bllly Pagones who had spent months perfectmg a system whlch would ln tlme put Monte Carlo entlrely out of buslness He gave me cards to call on European brokers whom I lm medlately recogmzed as Ralph Moore Herluf Madsen and Carl Sundahl Urgent busmess matters called me to Berlin In my spare moment I v1s1ted Arthur Lembeck who was perfectmg a rocket plane to Mars With hlm was his ever falthful companion Arthur Lere Durlng my trxp from Germany to Turkey I was unfortunate 1n not see mg any old acqualntances but a happy surprlse that brought tears of Joy to my eyes was waltlng for me ln Constantlnople For here was Erwm Olson better known to the natlves as Ole the Terrlble Turk He has a harem 1n whlch he housed the beautiful maldens who long ago reeerved diplomas from old A H S Among the most noted were Robelta Busse,Luc1le Zledler Iwo- phlne Shannon and the two ,Ieschke cousms Marne and Edna ' . ' n Q . . . , , y v ' 7 ! 7 , . v ' ' . ,, . ,, . . . , .. ' 1 ' ' , . I Y Y ' 7 Y ! ! 7 ' Y , . My travels next took me to gay Paree where I found a host of old ad- ' 7 ll I YY ' ff ' ,Y - v . ' ! ! , . 7 Q . Y 1 . 1 1 . ' ! Y . ' Y Y 7 ' - . . , . , T, , e 4 , a n , u , ' Y! ' . ,Y ' . u Q , . 1 n ' . . . 1 . l ' ' , 7 9 ' ARROW I9 lc:-1 Before completmg my world tour I stopped off 1n Chlna to get 1n touch wlth some more of the gang who lIlVCStlg3IlOIl proved were now to be found IH the Imperlal Household of the Chlnese Republlc Mabel Pershmg IS first lady In waxtlng to Queen Hu Su Fm whlle Elleen Paulson was actmg ln the capaclty of DFIVHIS secretary to Prmcess Lan Dm Son Those holdlng other hlgh OIIICCS were Mary Ellen Lyons Laurene Prunty Joyce Sarver Goldle Kennedy Frances Moore and Helen Hutton In Japan I located Jeanne Lee who IS domg research work there V10 let Shllmgstad was makmg a name for herself under Jeanne s supervlslon My ltxnerary led me to the beautxful Hawanan Islands where Iwas lmmedlately greeted by Allce Letherer Maxme McLaughl1n and thelr busl ness manager Ted Sundahl Whlle there I heard LUCIIG Dlckens Carol Anderson Jane Hayes and Frances McK1nney playmg several beautlful Hawanan melodles The maglc stralns stlll haunt me' Homeland at last' The first paper I read told me the startlmg news that Metro Goldwyn Mayer had accepted Gladys Shedds astomshlng scenarlo on the beautles of Western Amerxca for thelr next productlons Hollywood had held the key to fame for my dear blonde glrl frlend Marlan Nelson who stars ln my love story productlons But Marlan was outdone by Mary Mc Neary who IS a far famed comedlan of the sllver screen The gay Mardl Gras season ln New Orleans next attracted me All my hxghest antlclpatlons were reallzed In my re umon w1th best of frlends there The most spectacular and breath taklng event was that ot the stunt flylng of Ted Harmon Ted IS one of the hrghest pald dare dCVllS mthe Unlted States Frank Sprlnger and the Eversons Leon and Cecll were makmg thelr fortune on a nearby track wlth a Hare and Hound outflt Three of our mldgets Helen Dobblns Burtan Tlffany and Jean Stewart are engaged with Tony Sarg They are excellently used as petlte mario nettes ln a mammoth Broadway puppet show In an art1st1c Bohemxan studxo ln Greenwlch vlllage Elmer Reese far surpasses the expectatlon of old frlends and relatlves Isaw that he st1ll sxgns his name affectlonately E John Reese Contracts made posslble by the radlo enabled me to hear I'leanor Suttle who lb a v1v1d Impersonator of a w1de varlety of characters Her act IS heard by many of her former frlends Llttle can be sald of dear old Bud Ionner and Wllbur Reed who are now hermlts In the Kentucky Mountams Formerly they were blg chaln store magnets but sudden busmess reverses sent them mto thls hlbernatlon Dorothy Adams has marrned a promment sports wrxter from Frlsco and the two now work together In the newspaper field m New York Clty Well dear I must close thus lengthy m1ss1ve,but trust me when I say I shall frequently glve you any cholce b1ts of gOSblD vs hlch I may hear con cernmg our school day pals of the years gone by Affectlonately V--.T-+VV:."-mi.-J ...-......-i . 7 . . . v r A ' 1 x 9 1 1 v ' v , ' ' . . . , . . . . Q , . 1 - y a 4 . . . 1 v 1 Q 9 a 1 . . 1 , . . W . , , . 1 v , Y . . N . i. Y . - s ARROW 19 l EFFICIENCY CHART NAME USUALLY SEEN Mosr EFFICIENT AT Gwladys Jones 1f you look down mak1ng lmpresslons Babe Sloan at hlS locker gettmg ads Katmk Burckhard looklng cute dltto B111 Lamont looklng 1nte111gent art B111 Pagones wlth a Jones f11rt1ng Joe Sudow eatlng anyth1ng Katherme Smlth yes usually seen attract1ng Lorene Soper IH the halls ath1et1cs Sage Madden on the stage feature storles Helen Dobblns looklng erud1te gett1ng A s MAIN WEAKNESS cute clothes sophs and sen1ors and another d1tto women we wonder Dykes athletes we Honor Roll I IZZIC Douglas Wlth the crowd how should we know? guess who! Jean Stewart Wlth an adm1rer or what have you we never count em Dan Jones 1n h1s Chevv1e busmess busmess meetmgs? Roberta Busse by everyone act1ng joan Crawford Dorothy Adams among the others gettmg on ln thls world pames A11ce Letherer but more often heard danc1ng makmg whoopee Franc1s St1nson 1n llbrary gr1nn1ng llthpmg Harold Dufloth 1n h1s Ford res1st1ng A H S charms nobody knows Alfred Fogle amld all the nolse mak1ng hlmself heard dunt esk Burton Tlffany laughlng maklng pep Llttle Women Elleen Paulson runn1ng around buslly be1ng DICE ar Tootle Bradford w1th George cookmg etc he men LOIS Halnllne Sat and Sun drlvmg letters all kmds Katherlne Kelly f11rt1ng d1mpl1ng gettmg em Ralph Moore walkmg haulmg down A s feetsball Jo Shannon study1ng wr1t1ng ed1tor1a1s studylng Maxme McLaugh11n 1n style shows playlng hookey yes that s lt Wanda Avery look1ng classy lookmg classy looklng classy Bob H111 alone the drums questlon mark Carroll Easton about 2 00 A M draw your own conclus1ons oh oh Eleanor Suttle surrounded crackmg Jokes oh Oh Bud Tonner Wlth h1s w1fe Wlplflg dlshes no names mentloned Ole Olson out w1th opposlte sex keep1ng 1ne11g1ble the ODDOSIIC sex Gwen Hye at a B B game bemg peppy pep B111 ZlCk 1n hlS carf71 leadershlp LIZZIC s Edna Kester on the scene of act1on flatterxng suspect1b1l1ty Ted Harmon dressed to k1l1 speedmg suscept1b1l1ty Betty Antleman pow dermg her nose f11rt1ng art George Yeager hurry1ng seemg home L B llotsa basketsl l , , 1 ' ' ' ' nitn 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll - ' - ' u 11 1 4 , . . . y 1 1 . V 7 1 . . . . . . N , I D 1 , . . . , . ' ' ' u 1 - 1 1 t 1 1 ' ' , . . . . . . . , , 1 ' ' u 11 1 7 , . . . . , , V 1 1 1 , . . . - , . 1 1 , . . . . . . . N , A y n , . 1 1 Y . . . , 1 , . . Loretta Wlttmayer There s nobody lzke Lzncoln Joseph Sudow OE Thy palpztatmg sul lables 1 oll in upon the ear Myrtle Papke And she d blush sca1 let Eleanor Suttle "SUTT' The lzfe of the party ARROW l95l Earl Van House The best things come zn small A packages V191 wave' v,5v+-4V ly 5353? 'll Sage Madden SAGA Why should the deul hale all the good tunes? Ralph Palmlter Do you know what I thznk? JOS6DhlI'lC Shannon NJOEYY This Pan zs but an zdle god . . 1 g ' . W' . f pjfl , fy In 9' E- 'Jai E 1" lf N' I G A P JJ!! f NJ 77 J ack Zeltlow Bzg and tall But that .s not all Ypvfxl 'W 7 N2.,"" nfcdf 'W' ,MJ WW W1ll1amZ1ck M ,BILL lj Lyvifwafllght tovguzde I ,fd-X j X fy,-,wal Q WA Burton Tlffany BURT A11 1mp1e.sszonablc2 young man fe I 67 MW ARROW l95l Beatrlce Moyer BEE When my zheams come tfue' Clara Hauge If only bmzlos weze Katherme Kelly KAT Wh 12 I1 zsh eyes 07 e smzlmg Frances Mc Kmney czsh I u I8 Dezzl s Ialce V7 -----hh---f--il---2 I JY,' 7 'V , . f yf Qin' Q . f ' .. . jj I Y! 73 . 'VL1 M l . . dollars F - l 1 f ' I Arm X ' I 1 All d 1 ' "FQ 11" ' in f I h, Raymond Wolter FAT A zaezghtzj pwblffm and a fue 6jJ07t Ruby Carmme wllfllf umm wzclcd fo une fuzz If IPI Merle Sloan BABE What mm e doe? any one Mant? Nellle Wasner She, mal ee a mmwe seem nozsu ijilg 2 2 meow l95l Q, QE? 'f :YW 2 S55 " Q CSYCY W2 AX X A z l dwllzlm mv' Katherme Burckhard KATINK c ute II zflz damtmc ss added to boot Jane Hays A lmdm ? Hmc she as Roberta Busse BIRD Bm' thru ma: 1 u bn unvttf Q O' -'Y Q tw QE E . C 0 KG.. x .EN Ce NO AQ Q O Q Q Qc-.eg Q in N A Ji -. if I,itfle,plcasm1t,and ,rf y za l,,' 7. I Wllber Reed Oh the qouth atmd and the sun Hou they loted each other Goldxe Kennedy DOTIS Heydlauff Amt she sweet? Norman Rnstau My oh mu' Hou feng shy' "XO-112 df malaow l95l"'1Mm M Ruth GramQ'6'F"'6',4.,4u Who clzmbs wzth tozl whev esoe er qhall find wmgs uaztmq there Irwln Olson OLE Flap hands heoe comet Ole Theron Harmon TED Chow me what thozclt do Woof jzqht? Woo t fast? VI oo t 111 mh up L1 sal? eat a co oco dale? Ill dot Wllllam Brusse BILL Hou I pztlf me Bushtul Len . ,,a ',V I I 4 2 . ' U -3... 1. W , . I , , ' 7 f 7 . ' N 77 Petite and' sweet J , ' ,. I' 7 -I Y! 77 - v 'I J i U ' , ,f . , . I h ' I 7 1? 99 FW, Dorothy Adams Let no one sm! I om false of hemt 1,1-f fl W of Jttflft Mi ly mid flirty K X Betty Antleman lflanzznq han and flanczng ufes For flutu llfLllS .she tlltes the przze Katherme Smlth Nlu hczx szqhed to Illfllllj but lobe? but one NRROW K9 l George May Fm I am a gan caballem' Robert Tlffany BoB All great men ale dead and I dont Hollls Button Its fl funny world and I m the funnzest thzng zn zt Robert H111 Boa OIL I am zlcary . ' Y f L J! f ,fd " 75" I' I f Lf t b . , U , YQ ,Y 3 OU I M u 1 . ,t LV U X ' 7 feel so zvell myself .2 1 , ' , 7 1 , . .. . Q K ' , '. ..' n sv Ruth Lathrop I uf at hard on the nose to keep m on th glmclstone? Bertha Juell ll omanlznees the TL 07111171 George Hu mph rey A llftl0l6G,Hl1'IIGlS'll damyezozw thmq Dorothe Bonde ll hy should lzfe be all labm 9 ARROW l9 l Marlan Nelson Om blushing blonde that the gentle men pzefei Theodore Sundahl TED sm zey.s Naoml Mallory Let me do zt Saul our fine lzttle 11011667 Ervvm Hamllton RED Tkme ls' 770 em ML syneopatzou X ..! I I Q K1 l ,fl l s: ' ' ' .' ' , ,7 -' 1 1 V . I! O7 , ,Q ol, l !ll"'f1fPHf C'l1fU"lll 'lf Master of all he v I - V7 m ' . 1 ' ' 4 ' r - YY Y! I7 1 ' 7 Charlotte VlCk SHARKEY A jolly good fellowess eww LICU Vyllbfgra ord WT fgjfhfyrsf 6' 0071 D r W QM Don Brennan H uns 10111 mzlfl oblzqzng and free Helen Hutton U ell l6l9?ll zu D 9 bool 9 as she zq lt lla www l-XQIEDW K9 1 Don Henderson HL lzles them all Drill olcl and vfomzg J'-OSX Ceul Eversoty .,-.W Here Z9 a man but tm befon hzs fam ue wzll be silent y-4 Q, ,J f XYV Wanda Avery Lzke qzazztzy s LL hae the power of attmctwn DlCk Van Campen He zateth beet H110 flnteth best Q! vl7 . ' c .' H u , . L V. if L fl ' I 6' . , ,Q I f -ff yf " ' 'Nik Y! ,Y R IE I -I -1 ol I l 1 V fl 3 1 -' I .3 I' N ,. X' -MU1 I . "l tz f 74 - , ' -fvff , . v 1" ' Q0 --fx ar .- f - - f ' Af Xb , L i 'Y X Sfwf .Q HK A ' 'f 1 Y 1-3 ' 1 s.,L-"Qt ' f l ' V L .2 '." 'Q "M, ' "I- A Y . I I . , L . ,' 'L J ,L. ', I f. George Yeager And hls eyes weao the guise of a pm pose hzgh and wwe Vera Hatton I loz e one man one and one alone Mabel Swenson Che has the oarcst sense of all common sense The1e is yet an un a summg gzvl zn the wm ld , r " JJ f ARROW l95l 1 ,, ,f 4: ,V I Dorothe Dlckerson DODE Gatlzm ye losebuds nhzl ye may old t1me zs still a flyzng Gwendolyn Hye Pep 9 my mzrlfllf name Helen Branson Lake a cameo XJ X ant X azmeN J X - xxx 5 S Y ' 5 j H-T 5 Ig R X, 3 Q 1 J 'X ef 1 J Carol Anderson W + Nei AX 5. X X . - - rsxjh fy. its 1 - ' A 3 s 5 35 fr' . X5 'Tl 3 on XX 3 Kwon X yy, my 9 X7 xl ? XX5 I 5 F j Sylvester Haldemen WET Whzle you lzz e live' For once dead you ehall nezer 1etu1n Helen Dreelan I expect to be arnzmed Joe Werlmger Jr lall dal! aml handsome Herluf Madsen Ami pantzng tame tozled ajtm hun an zum ARROW l9 l I Evelyn Rxchard An all around gooll s'po1 t Wllllam Pagoneb BILLY 7 he yokzest 'llltll69f laughm est jollzcfet fellm you Harold Dufloth DUFFY med to be a uo man hater but now oh my' MA, f7"YQ,g,, Dorothy Gossard DOT 411 the zlozlrls fl holiday' Q! S! .- 7 ! fl H , . .y I , ., . ever saw! . . K! ll lv, V' .. I, x ' v, f ,y, ' zj , K K! 1? . . I . vi. Erwm Anderson Who zst that can znfmm me? Marle Jeschke BILLIE blmzcle Lee Bensley We lzke hzm stzll alqo nomy Merle Stoddard And e en her fall mga leaned to Lu tae S szde ARROW l9 l Marcella Currie 4 qzqqlf' zs fha 'same an all la: guages Oka Carlson qpeed s all Hgh? but the tmtowe beat the have Helen Dobbms DOBBY A 111111010118 lzttle bv unette Albert Wxlmarth He may be Qhzy but he ll get tlzme ' 7 - . . 4 -I f 1 U I Y! 97 , A. A llzaht-heazlerl , . ' 11 Y? , . . Q' .- f , Q ' ' . Y' 7 ' V ARROW K9 l Dean Phllllps DINKY He smnzrvl Cl chrrnb 14 ho had lost his nay Harry Kmg Hfzqlz ho said he an maybe tuas H0 hum Martm Swemen SWENS may around and butfong zu thi' back Arthur Werth A H 01 th Tl hzle ji Lend Ollve Hunstad Crms'czentzou9 and sympathetzc Jean Stewart Pzntzy 18 as pznfzy 5 and s dom Bertha Mangold I want to kinda pm c an I Maxme MCL ghll XNO' 0'Ifam.fa va l if 7, . , V. , . 'K ' , do:ff- she YY 7, His wit goes all the breathe mm, like V' ' W!! f N AX!! f -Il - M' , f X' J l P. .J Ja ' a V' vi, K1 Y ff. I . J' ' V 1, , , yf rf ' fi ' 1 Mary Mc Neary I don t 11111111 school zts the studymg VlOl6t Schlllmgst ad A1111 2007618 jiowea fr 11111 17,67 pen lake 11111119 f10m a foz111t1l111 Catherme Demmers I 111111 111111 much to Sail but I 1111 ll lot nj fllllllxlllq Mary Baer Wh11t's 111 ll name? Mezry Bear Darrell Dietz If play 111te1fe1 es with you1 work Gue up yom w01k Wlllard Klose Please dea1 teach1'1 111111 aqc me ae! 1110 questzons John Bossly I 111 not half as' bash ful as I seem Carroll Easton A1211 he used to be such a moe boy' L, ' 2 1 ' ' . . Q , . . . , . . D Y , . . -. ' ' . , 1 - I I ' I Y X . . 1 ' 1. . 1 . ' I I . , . . , f 1 , , , , , ,, - 1' l , I , ' 1' 1' 1 Lorene Soper qhe lzhed ahat e er Sll6l00hCtll,t1J0'I?, and her looks went ez ez ywhm e Cloyd Hanson I m not bashful I just want to be left alone Maxme Fletcher These tall snulmq blondf s ha: c a uau uzth them Wllllam Lamont BILL Thme s a pmt ofthe rut of thy boautzf lm my heart Yhat thrzlls a some thzrzg nz us ARROW l9 l Carl Arndt Was no hand hzs Qelf at talkm N et 67 hadn t murh to say Helen Thomas TOMMY Hoa peofect za thu calm d,,,l,fea-fm. Wllllam Funge fkvqfc 'Z' Cui Claw puzods should ffvwvf 09,4 bo Luz mznutes loml vii fue to Come and 111 P to go by Erma Moore qho stands fo: elm plzfztu and an un affected an . ' . ' , Y ' 1 A, ' , . K ig 4 , V ' Y , ' . uf 1 , . . . , u 99 Y - I , , . . lj? ,- f' . 4 . 1' 1 f- ' . 4, I u u ,I , 9 J UM n , ,- AX fx vs 1 BILL -f-'N Lovzavl ' . -1 .t ' -A . A V , ' y ' - . . f ' . .' ' . . 1 , f, , ,rv . X 1,3 , , ,', In . ' . V I ' I . I. S 1 I ' Q ll YY 0 ' 1 x - " , A '. , '. . ' , - . - ' . " A. . - 1 ,- D v ' . ARROW K9 l vi-L J'-0-if LLEQJWJUY YO MUMJ ?QZf,AA!"1c1zzyvs it Carol Glbbs 7 1 ue fr zenflshzp so :cue Cvrus Spurr LY Thf1eQ Yom D101 mul Hana but Ill Imfk Cy gazmt em all and down em any day LOUISS Mlllard Quzetness' 19 a badg of shyuess Eumce Hunstad When m school ll! Dan Jones Mzzth uzth thee I mean to lue Erna Mae Sollle A lzz e wwe Allan Wllhams The zzllam of the pzece H A H.. ',., ., ..,, , ., , fy in J, .9 Y h of . 7 I ' f LXL. f f X ' .' , 11 0U4Zf6's 6. Kf ahrl she ,tommy else x-' 4,Z!,l. ' Helen Rlchter Il all that Q done N ou IL hat nea t ? Leon Everson Tamm lou s In 129101 Frances Herther I 1 u II cc s Verne Zech Alu aafs a qentlemcm ARROW K9 l Frank Sprlnger Change 71711 f I hrmge me' Oh H1716 HZ thy flzght' Make me ze ll man just for tomqht' 01s Hamlme Om alone To In mu own Francls Tonner lo vez ' Corrmn f S-4 Arr' QQ :Lew 3 2: RA el fx., f., 9 Q -if I 2 a 'I 'iz" A1111 yvi unotlufr Such a crnmtant 9 1 N 'cc 9 I ,I n yu N1 W - J . Lf, 2 n of fl - If I s fl , Q S 3 ' - E TJ 5 X Q . X Q 'N I Q Y A 3 N s w B A .J J 5 xx. N N 9 QISYSQNM R1chard Brott DICK I m kmda quzet but not arozmrl hm Mona Hornmg Fnyoumg muqelf m a gmzual way Charles Brown Of a Qhrezul and careful mzml Edna Jeschke "BOBB1E" The1e's a dzyfference Iretween a good time and a mee tzme ARROW K9 l Vl- ff' 1 I ,J fioy P 9 ll OU uffljv Ehzxbeth Douglas LIZZIF Pranlmeas and swectnebs peppenrl uzth cm occaszonal ywyle Dale Ryman I ve' got no patzewcc wz S WD Muff' iiifwsa Laurene Prunty Not only good, but good for somethmg -I ' Lv uf . I WJ' I , ' Zyl. , l' Ijk' ' .fl 55 2: , I! V' rv. ',A X if jx!! 'ff ' fix-7 X V' ' VL 'J' I. J ,7 'fl Q! Y! 1 - att ' w 1' 1 ,- ' v 0 .. tf 1. , V 1 in bl , jd' l . - - at - N , - f .1 George Dresselhuys Thou Qhalt yom the uzse and powerful Lucllle Dlckens A smzle ze wmth a do en fzowns Frances O Nelll Coeflucatzou ze the thief of time Joyce Sarver Thou Qu eet bride of fan-Q6LZ!d,,,,, fd:-w-+ ,EIL LQ Mizz!! DRESSY of th earth EG quiet'ne.ss WM2TZcJwm Florence Perkens FLO qtzll is the water 11,1176 the bmoh mms deep Burnton Bruse I m a Qtrangev here Heazen 1.5 my homr Frances Moore G Wrzte me as one fj uho loves hel ff fellow men XM' Arthur Lere ART Someone must be berious in a world like ours Jefeee ,600-4,4 75 f 5 ,469 . u vr " " . . I UTORCHYH y 2 I l F, ,z ,U .,P ,, I, J' V K3 A l , u vs ery If we ffxfgrizfffbffw WWWAARROW t9 1 IQV-'18 Elmer Slewart I 11111111 not Aezthu 110 I wony Marle Martell A 111111110 11011101 Elleen Pauleon Iasl1zm1111I so sl 1111121111 11011111 and so fan Evelyn Morgan I lzle umlc but I Izle less 11011 better Mxldred Haugen U 0 Ima hm for hu nays Cella Masyczek Oral Snyder If I slmulzl chance to fall II lzffle fm g11e me Arthur Lembeck ART Quzzt and 111 pe mlable It g ' . ht . . V . ' ,7 . , 1 . - , . , ' , , ' , , 7 ' 1- ,. . v 1' ' -- - A stzulwzzs sturlent iv i . V 1 -"ff 1. .I .' - ', ,,. '- ' R Q ' U ii L 'ff '.'. , v -5 'I I 2 J ARROW l95l J oe Klrley The yozfuqest and one of the cutest Helen Bowell Sydney Nelson Tzed to the dull dr zulgez If ofthe desk s dead u ood Eleanor Bunqness BUNNY The gul 90 lnalely played the woman Grace Temple Che keeps the golden mean saymg nezthm too much um too lzttle Edwm Vall Quz land tall bul that amt all Pan se Pan segrau One leame bu obse1 Latwn Edward Juel Am he uould be n t ller zf hadnt so much turned up fo: fee S' ez l . 1 , -1 , K . NED!! Cheery and reliable .0 . ' 1 Y! ,Y I 7 ere a ' ' he . v L n v I f , t Albert Funge God bless the man that znvented sleep Mary Ellen Lyons A nun demuve of gentle pmt Elmer Gruhn qzlenvf oft perszzarl as nhen nonls fail Fay Sollday The sweetness of he1 soul flows through her finge1s Ruth Grim Happy am I f1 om eao e am I free ll hy men t they all contented lzke me? Robert Fltzpatrlck BOB Hmm? Wowy Unknown to me' SLO l Qtr Q Kenneth Dunker NDUNK7! What a paradox zs woman ARROW l95l l 1, Hi? U- A la . .' 1 - f 8.14 Mildred Mc Cormick MID Haul luck? Ha, ha ha' Rlchard Fu nge DICK They must mean some othe1 pe? son Maurme Llndqulst RENNIE Not only good' but good fo: somethmg A e L er ze 67 tr 1 Ol 001 hr to lu a ofng u c 1 on tzo .x VI U l -fs mellow mem l 'jack Mc ughlin I shall ,never die 0 qrry Gladys Shedd GLAD Chfford Elllot CLIFF la e we lue lfts lwe' Ehzabeth Bantz A snappy eyed damsel J , , X sf ' 1 u ,Q 1 11 X 1 'jj I f ' H 'Z ll lf K JJ N J 1 J I I Q 3 I ' A.,,,,N -fi I lj 1 , ' 7 1 ,J DJ L! X .X u I a 1 A s " ' L ,K J I 4 ,5- r If J ' . 17150 Ufyhat 7L0'I'L867'LS6.' Illigg Singerity lV il , 'v,, ' '. l' hg . 'S lien- 1 liel 1 A a , d .l - L ' ' A ' n ' saf l ' KX A X M" ti 4, 2 1 f ' Q xx : XX X 1 K Kathryn Cavanaugh M0ll0Qt?f IS the best polwy Ma urlce Hlckenbotham Full of fun Mabel Pershmg Thme me two dazfe about uhzch one Qhould 11eLe1 1101111 110s'tc11Ia11 and' tomo1 1010 Donald Branch DON Oh well you know hon 1to1ne11a1e' ARROW l9 l Clarence Nelson I 111 shy but oh my' Jeanne Lee Plump but p1ett11 CI' Qtz dent wzth a capztal S Everett Klmber Why that mrlustr ous look? r l l serious as fw'eIl A -plgmqi .V n i 1 A . L - . i I Q 1a y -- f' 1 of by 5 2 Er Grace Johnson D21 ll, I muqt pw serae my zhqnzfu Cecll Wllbur Just 11 miles ufnth Luclle Zeldler Repau my hecut 11 zth qlarlmes and a .share of thy sunny natzuc Walter Rehfield II hat .s the use of w0nymg9 0 ARROW l l Gertrude Plerson I uzll smzle a smzle 41111 the emzle I Qmzle The umlfl zczll xml bac! at e Mary Lockmgton Lawrence Karr Ilhmz m ffoubt use flwciefzon II hm you can t uw fl dub Ivanelle Cassldy The lzllozfu lllllll stood forth V V ' 1. .-1 'z ,r m ,f r - '. . A "1Ii1i'c'r:111t" girl u l .V Y ! . , " ' 1 1 j. ' f . . 1. , v 7 , I . n . :U Y.. . ,mad ARROW K9 l Leota Newklrk T111 fhmqs that mm 1 2 fun a 1 nvmrff zll 1 you fl Int IU h 1 blomlcq ....-...7'Ti'.".TLLgIiZTI .IJ Cvrnl Gerdes Look out' I may do -rmzfflzznq wma lmwul yet COMPLETE SENIOR ROLL VHTH EXTRA CUHRICULAR AC,YIVI71Eb NDIHIIIIH WIN lllll HH 0 IL 1 n ' ll yn Q4 1 1 0 1 an tummxtt I AIHDI KNIDI RNON u I-I MIN AND! RNON l mm llub '30 St. K4 ulus I 'ANI 1 J 9 u en uuurm W lun IARI AIKNIDI tmtt S! VND! XXI ll! ldllll '-mum l 4 1 I4 ' 1414111 N-ludx blll Ill 4 Will! Ilil Il ltlll l ll N u x 1 Klum Q1 Pl' lil-NSII omtm l 1 I llllllll- INIXIDF H I' IOHN IIUNNI Y tuned from XX 1 I 1 N IIUX 11 4 J I 0 ucnn U uxw une x-1 4 ll X ll Sl DUN lllllf 'NN AN E t+-14 d 11 nn X011 Ill l X Il KNOX ' DUN Al D HR A'Nl ll nun d fiom 1 hudnu 4 'Stn Q sr llll lx lIll0'I"l Band U L we 11 l r I HARI I-N SIHNXN Hnmr Rmnn Binlx-Jr 30 0 1- lbkll 1 :ml U1 U lo l Ill RNIUN lllil Nl lt4lnd f VSIIIIKTI Illll NSI I lldrlll ' ' fs 1 s s 1 1 s Q lub X Horne I vom P mlur 1 l l I ANU!! Ill NNN!-Ns 1114111 1011111 RAIHRHN lil RI lxH-ARD Stmtr U Ouelsttq Ivhux e " uv 1 " 1 n 1 1 0 1 'mee es Lmhts md Sh xduxx '- ' ll NUIUIUEQ I' mgmmt un f n 1 Hom. 00111 lgilllxvl I Ol I IS Ill I ION rn 1 Rlllll- IVIA Ill NNI- 'lux l uun 4 11 4 unml 1 Q usu n ' 'Q 8 Qmvn unlnf -X xnxx 150111 I 1p..h -1 md Sh idUNXN mm mmm nm ul Rl IH 1 AIINIINI 111 rw d 11 N ' X U x I lx-1 l KRLNUN H :mv I' m I u u IS ANI ll I 1 ANN Ji L1 htk and Hlmdous l 1 ll 1 .1 " Ifarr . A 011 l'z'fIe ' . . I ' -ff N" lvlp -f ' , -' - 1 , ,it .1 ,, U 1' , ,. w 7 . Y v v I " ' ADA. ,': Stl l- t 14UlllH'll 'ESL ln':m1:1 Vluh '30-'31, Latin Vlub '20-'30, lllun- 4 i 42 ld '2ll. S11 if t l'l1:lllv1"HII. 'Elf-w Vlub 'ZJ-'ZXO-'31, I -ls t '20-'I'0, in-Iwzllv Uluh 'Zin-'30, 43. .L A.. l'ld't I'-lll-4'llll'f lllun- :ml Gold, Arr V ' ' ee '31, 1 . .f Q 'I .' I: l4'1'm-lwlx l'lul1 '31, Study Hull M nitu1"30. It ' .' . Q 11 ,' Q: Gm-v1'll1ln'LIT-'ZZ8"229,Opvn-tT:1 '1IR,l'o -t '29, Iwbats- ' '. , .Y :Lt Ch A s '2lT. lll'1'l" 'Y f ."'Ll'l.IAX: G. A. A. '28-'250-'30-'31, Hi'l'1'i'28-..9, St d t 1' "1 'Li -130, ch 1'luh'3l. ' A .' ": IVY' "ZH Q Q ,- 1 WI ': Stl f 4'num'il '30, Asn V: t- Editul' lllus- :md fhlml '30, l"l'1'llI'll l'IuIx '240-ill, Sf- -'5'-'I'1'v:1s. l"1'1'm-ln Vlulm '30-'Z31, Hum r imll 42.0-'31, Stl - 4 hull'-1' 'Zi-I, .' . Hull Ml 'tor '20, H1 I 1- llmml SQ- -'5 -'l'1-1-ns. 'ZX-'20, ICLIH: 4l'l'll I. AQTZ: film- Vllllu '29-'3Il-'31, Hi 'l'l'i '28-'EEL St dj H: ll . 't ' 'ifil l"re-m'l1 l'l11h 'KL L I I . CY: M ' - 50: rd '30-Til. DI " I f A: i ' l'i 'Lil'-'fill-'31, 42. A. A. '29, . .' A ': En " ' ':l'11f-l"29, iz nkf-1' '31, IlICl.l'1.' YICLL: lill - illlll H ,lil '31, G. A. A. 'IIN-'ZJI-'2ll. LIICI' VILLA HRAI I" IRD: S1 I' il' Llllvil '28-'29-'31, l' - Ut "fill-'31, K4-.',f1lln-S1-can 1! 'l'1'+-us. ':l0,s1udg llnll M0nitu1"2!i-'30 Fw- vh 1'luh'30-Til. Vim- l'rn-, ldvllf 'iill-'31, lncnm, l'll1b '20-'SlI. .' .': ll '- "4 .1 tuna '30, 'I .I-1. I lA.'.' f: Hi '1'1'i 'If'-'30, G. A, A. 'ZZTVZIZS-'lf.9. Q. , . ." : E ' ' "' '21, .' ld'llt l'.u11c-il '2.4, ' ' ': ' '22 -'30-'31, 1JI"l Sl 'z '29-'Z"0. ' . . lil - 1 ' -'I , 1' um-il M n "'I29, Hill M 't "ZS, 4' Qt- bz ll 'Zin ,"' X G: Ex rum XX':4rn1-1' '30, . . , . -I .: St - l'uum'il '28-'23, Tn-:mis '28-'219-'304'31, Svhuul 4'llZllllIl '30-Wil. Latin Vlub '28-'21ur:.u, 4:l'l'lIl1lll Ulub '30-'31, l'1'A,'id1-nt '30, l'ug'f-:mt lluy M: rulmll '30, l'2:1.'l's-tbull '30-'31, Blum QJ,'l'Jllll '31, '1'r:1r'li '3U-'59l- Lilll t.' :md Slluduw. Ulub 741. A 1' '31, 1 l: ' - ' 'H . '1.'1,.A 1,',': Su - ' '-il 'Z15U. 'A " " , : All S: - Uh rus '28-'29, G. A. A, '28, H 1 ., ' 'ala 'Zt5. 1T:mLutu. file' Uluh '28-'2.J, Bl ' :nd Gold '1..0, Stud- L Ch: tts-1' '28, Juli 1- Stuzrv L' 'aft '13!u,4li1'lR-,'1'Vg'28," f" .': .' 1 '50-'? , .' ' 'A 1 ' ' Q ': 'Sit ' R : Q - '25, I , . ,' ""' .': Fm ,tba ll '2!l. I ' I: L- - :lm Gold '25'-'30, St i- I 'l 1 itll' '29, J ' 'Vluv 'ZEL Gln-ef 'lub '28-'210-'31l,St:1t M ' V4 nts-st 'LSL Girl I.-sf-rvv '2 , - N I 'I -- '30, . 1" ' z 'l '20-'31, " .A " t. 1 I : Til. H ' li M 'I "2Z9-'30, G, A. A. '28-'23-'3U"JSl. ' ' '. ,' -1: El frm X ':1rm-1' 'ZLL Librzarj VV rl' 'ZPL D ', ', ,' .': 1 - .mm 1: ll' 'r 'I250-'30, I .' C . A G '. ,'.'ll ' " 'll F1 -' ' 'fn- ARROW IIIIQIN 3 I IIKI IMI II IIIIII . 1,,. , ll ' Ill WIYII Illlxl 1 IIINNI IH1 Ixl IINUN I I 1 I IHIIIIY IDI1IxIIlN Nllll I IINII IN 14 N4 4 1 ' ls 4 4 11 1 I XII 1 N wks 1 " ' I ua rlll III I I vxstznlo " I H " J X1 11 4 ' N nun 1 xu I1 I U N rv LxlIlL. ' 4 , il N1-4 'lu X 14 x IPX lllll l udmnt ' R111 I 1 4 I I' lllhl IIIII NNI I III N S c 1 ' 1111 nt ' 1 1 s LI t Nlllf nt 1 0 lINl ,. ROI Il Ill I 0 mn I nm 4 xv lx NNI Ill Ill Nlxl Il IIIUI I N le ' , I 1 X 1 IDRI Il Ill I I ISN Ilil I ll v IIHI I I I a " z 1 e ,tv 11 "0 Nll Q " 1 44 111 all-x 111411 ' 1 KRROI I- KNION um: Jum 4 1111111 1 1 ' I 1 Mrtln 1 il'LlL FYI IINUN 4 Ibn nl 1 " I ON III IIN N X N III III Il II KIIIII HN XINI I I II I II 1 ' I 1 I Y N- I ' 1 I 1 1 I ,III I N I II XIII! X IIIIVI I " ll Ill D uc x " HDI I Ill an I " I U ll DIIUIIII IUNNIIIID " l Night 1 I 1 L 1111 x 1 xv 1 1 1114 I I 1 I ll! I III VII I II III ' IIN IIKINI IIIIX 1 1 III-NII I II IDI YI 111111 ll I RXXIN IIKWIII ION I tm nt 4 mv 4 0X ll NNI N ll 1 L 41 I IHI RUN Il KRVIUN 1 Q SIL nt I N IIQIVIII 1 I1 Lttu St :ff 1 Npuztgl 111 1 ' I 'me .Quin 1 1 ' 4 1 LI I IIUI N lk N lwlt 11 U ts I +11 011111 111 ul RK I X JQXI Hgis tn 1 -114 NIIIHI ' Ixeq Q I 11111 In U np 1m I9 Iii" . 1',KI',INAlGlI: HIM- 1'I11I1 'Ill-'SIU-'21, l,l41Il0' ' . 'lX: I"smtIv:1II 'ZIL TIA 'CIIIIA FI lIIl4I. IlA 41 .II IDI4II'I'Z: .Illini-fl' I'I:ay Stun- NI: r1:u:1'1' '29, II:1lI M itm' XIX, IZ:m1'14t1mIl Zjml, Sq :ll 'ZNf'2.0, Iilllf- :HMI l1nl1ISt:11't"2ZI, f4.'t'I'IIl'IIflNl'I 41 41IIH: IxI'l'HXI' 1'un1mit11-.- '111. I.ll'II1l41 I ' ' GNN: I'Int4-rf-11 fI'4nI1I '1'um::1u, Wim-41 ISIII 'J11l, V0 42 ' -I ,' , z I'i1'4'Il4'Il I'I1IIl '1111-'31, 421.-.4 l'IlIIb 'ZX-'ZEI-Til, Att 'mlnm-1' M nl itm' 'CAI-'f1l, SIIIIIA II:11l NIzmit41l"ZIlr-III, IND " "41 ,ON IIICLICN I IIN5: St: tv XI Vullt .'t IIN, .Xrlwxs 'IllI, I4I4IituI'-in-1'I1i'4t' .XV tu' '31, I'I'b'b1- vivut Jr, Vluss flu, Vlfess Umm 1.1-:uri--1"!!I-'30, A11 S+-11101 sump.: 11411111-1' 'SHI-'Z:1, .11-wt-I1 Svht lnxship 1'riz'-, Latin 1'lu1v'L2.I-'ilu-'1i11 :lv-1111-'3 mn sul, U11-In-slim Ac- -tnnpzmist 'ZY-'Z!v, film-Vllxlr'1111-'II1,Stlui-l1tl'I1ultf-1'liluv-znmlli-1IrI, X4 'LI t'v-utrnl 1'l1111'11s '31, II :nur 111111 'zz'-'zsw-'fn' ""1. wnmg ':f-f-Vi'.- I-1---,-, '::1, 144-,-1111.1 1.--':,n.':z1, Img.-:1111 2 A.-1. N1 :nw-, IH':um:1 Vlub, ELIZA 4I"Il INDI IG LIS: I' -,',' -'fill-'31, li. AX, J, 'gjrs-'Q,,h-'fill-'31, I'1-s, 12, ,1.,,X, '111-'30, Hi 'Fri '28-'20, Il mo- Iltmm 41111131-r 11, l'1w-5, Jr, nil-15 '20-'I.l1, I':1g.fl'2l11I Quv.-11 ,'glnA1g-p '::ln, H1-v l'111b 'ZJ-'iill-'II1, 14211114 and 1111141 Stuff '30, St 1- t VII: ttm' '29, 141. - 1Ib'I'1Illf' lm Q1 -21" ' 'S!lI, 'l'r4-us. S12 1?iI'1s'3U, Ii1'JI111Jl l'I11Ir 'IMI-'31, 41, A. A. Ihr: rd 'ZPL 1110-'I'H-'I , .' -.- ' ' Ins. KI-ystum-, . 1' ' up IIE I L' 41l41..IN: St 4 4'nL1m4i1 '2!.', St 11-nt l4I12lll+'I' '30, Ulu- :1111 H1111 SI: ff '31, G. A. A. G It ' 41 41. I 41.1 YU: 'I'1'k'2lSI1l'b'I'.'U1iIl1l1l11rl'1' 1'I:ss, Tr: vk 'Zfl-'Sill-'21, P1111 Vlub 'LSU-'30, St -- Vmlm-11 '1.10-TIM-'31, Stud -nt Nmlm-i1 4':1him-t 'Lf'-'30-'Zi1, 1'1'r-si I-n .' iv ' 11114 1-11, M: '.'I :ull I':1"w-:ull Ilzly. IIA I -'II 'I'lI: Ht 4 imp 'IIZIIVIIIZIII '31, Iiztsl' tbull 'RIP-'31, 'Eff 41" f ' 41 : 'I'1':1l'Ii '3Il, N:1t'I ,XtI1Iw'ti4' I-In ': IW' fm" -ty '1f.0-'ZIIL A 1'1u1n 'Zi'-'?I1, Sr- 'YVIIIIX -'1111 fill, Studj H: 11 1'I1:1i1'm:m, VII I 41 ' 'IIU 'IV . j 4II : IIIL ':snd1'oId'fiU. H11 ' IZfIl'21v-'Ill-'31, IJ'I1lT.e-'IIN-'L.J, I"1'vn4'Il 1'IllIJ '5I1. 1112111111 P11111 '31, 'III'!'ilFIlI'3I' Quill :tml Svrull '31, Hun: 1' ulll M nilur 'ZX-'1.., .' ld'l1l Vnumil 'EA-'L.0, S1'l'I4!'t2II'j' Swnitr Girls' Vlulv, Ulxxln-Ang 11 Aw: 'I in .Iuu1'n: Im '30, H, A, A. 751,81 I- t 1'I12lIl"l'SlPlfI' '21 3 . 1, ,"' Q: H - 111 -I: " :111 'ZX-'29, I'vp1'1L1b'?i1, ln':m1:1 t'l11ly'fII, In g,-,mf Huy M:-rslxull '3'u, Hi-Y l'1uh '28-'QA-'IU-'Z11, I"I'l'IlK'I1 1'1uI1'31, IR :ll 'Z1lr,'1'r:4-li 'L!!v, CLIFFOIIIJ l41l.l.l0'l"l': LIIIIIIUI' I4':1i1' Minstxw-1 Nlmw, ' 1' I ' 41 , Q: 14' nu 211 '29-'30, M ritm' I!.f:11'11'21l-'ZI4r,'1'1':t.-14 'SHI-'31, Iiznslu-1111111'LJ-'Z1Iv, .l41 .' 41 '41 JUN: III'1'IIt','II'1l 'ZX-'210-'30-'211, 'IN-mlis, Sinn- .lu,i1- tmrltn-sl, R0 41 " 4' 'I". '. " 'Ii: Stl I' I'I:uII 4'Il:nil'm:1l1. NIA ' f 41 4'l,l4l'I'I' IIGI! ,-Kl.l"l 41l I4' 1'l,l4I: l'r'+'si1lf-nt I'I:111 Nlunitm' 'Lf'-'TAL 1'r4-S1114-nt .luniwr 1'n,x's' Vlub '50, I'1'ASl- :I--nt Sf-niux' K'1:1.'.' 'f'Il, Vive- I'I'l'SIlI"IIl Vlulm Tin, 1'1-Itsitlt-nt Vluh '21, Vluh 'ZJ-'I!ll, I4'4mtInz1Il 'ET-'ZX-'250-'I'U, Ilrskv-tlmll 'IN-'29, 'I'1'z1 -k 'ZllI, Ilulmf Ilmm l'Il2IIl'IIli1Il '31, Hull B1nm'tm"!1'5-'210. .XI 4II 'I' I4'l ,'1iI41: I"tmtI :III '29, 'I'1':l1'lt 'ZIP-'iill-'21I. IIII' . I4'I . GIG: IIJIII NIUHIIUI' 1'Il:til'm:aI1 'IIN-'Zl1, IIIllv' 111111 HUILI St:1t't"5I1, I"l'I'1ll'Il Vlulv '31, XVI I I . 4'l NliI4I: 'I'1':u'Ii 'L,.U-'SIU-'31, I-'m1tIv:111'2h,St 1II'llII'UIIIII'II'ff7i,IIIIIIxIllI1II1lI":.fI'-V345 FYI I GI41lII HS: St ij Ilull Assistant 'LJ-'IC1I, 14'4mtIr:tIl '?iH, VXI I Q IIS: 'l'lv:1S, Sn1I1nIll1vl'v VI: SH '19, 41, A, .X, 'LIX-'l..I-'ZHI, III 'I'1'I 'ZIX-'III'-'20-Til. 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'311-31. 1'r -1 S1P1b1lUlIl1r1'1'1112Sf4.21', Y1-11 111-:1 11-1' '28, 1' Df11ll1'1 '28-'29, 1-111111 - 1 ' ' ' 1, '28-'30, 111-11:1t1- 'ZJP1-'1.51, 1" ,"1-111 .11l1'l11'1'I1'S '2.1, Stud Ill 31: 111114 -1- F1111t11:111 '23, :USI- gy-1 'I-111,Hi-Y1'11111'1I11-'30-'31, X'i1-1- 1'1'4'F.111'Y'f111,S1P1I1'1S I'I11it1,11'A1" 1' '31, J, ' 2 .'11 1 'z -1 "'1I. PFXUEANT 11111111122 Nflfozz Pltgflffif 0116611 1930 J ' 1 -sf ' ARROW l9 l PAGEANT DA Y THE PAGEANT THEME IHE loyal subJects of Her MaJesty Queen Marlan Nelson decked them Q M' selves royally ln the varled costumes of Shakespearean days for one 1 g l of the most successful of Pageant Days From bearded Casslus to C! " l the hghtest of falrles the costumes were made wlth care and althoug l sword duels were many to say nothlng of polsomngs ln order to carry out the plays of Shakespeare everyone was most cheerful Who ever thought or sald that a Shakespearean play theme couldnt be worked out? Never agaln should cant be voxcedl THE PEP EEST Could a drlzzle squelch the Coronatlon of O1 Klng Pep? Not a Whlt The lusty cheermg and defiant flames proved lt the nlght prlor to Pageant Day The attendants of Crown Prmce Pep namely the Senlor boys collected rare and preclous materials for the Throne from every corner of the c1ty Someone even tossed a chemlstry text lnto the makmg of the Throne or the bonfire as we hke to call lt 1n plamer language It was a royal event when the loyal subjects of the Crown Prmce drew near to the Junlor Hlgh grounds The flames of the Throne l1t up the sky and msplred 1nto the souls of all strong loyalty to team and school An lnV1Slbl6 guard School Splflt pranced around the grounds constant ly combatlng the natural elements and prevented the drlzzle from develop mg 1nto a greater unwelcome menace raln Slttmg aloft on h1s easy chalr of state Klng Pep sm1led down benlgnly on the Fest partlclpants gathered before the llghted bandstand as Ole lntro duced the football players of h1s gr1d1ron court To further msplre thelr kmg Swens and Tlffany court acrobats led the loyal subJects ln a mlghty chuggmg locomotlve and the royal band chlmed m vuth a We re Loyal To You and the hke All together xt was a 'dne exhlbxtlon of loyalty and backmg 1 cgfnu E aft 4 -1 lfL ""' 'l"l'7If.lI se . 5 , 'L . . 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H2-' - h l 3' l . . . . . x - , - 1 - ex y n - . ,, . , . ,, . 3 ' ' Y! ,Y ' ' ' ' I! 77 v v ' ' ' 17 YY ' 1 v r ' , , - 7 1 v y - 7' u v 77 ' 7" 'Q 3 ' ea 4 .1 VN 'g -ul., , -'fn 53" ,d. nl'1 -S a -ax! 2' 1- 'L n'1" -3':.-" KATHRYN BURCKHARD ELIZABETH DOUGLAS HELEN DOBBIWS ROBERTA BUssE JEAN STEWART SAGE MADDEN MARIAN NELSON . mf::1::1lll2l2OW t9 l smug-1-I CORONA TI ON From the first shrlll notes of the bugle to the last h1t of the locomotlve everyone ID school cooperated to make the court entertaxnment a success When the bugle blew at ten o clock the solemn coronatlon DYOCCSSIOH began headed by two court vmollnlsts Maurlce Dobblns and Leon Everson who played an hngllsh plocesslonal alr As the processlon came up the cen ter alsle the queen nomlnees Kathryn Burckhard Jean Stewart Roberta Busse Marlan Nelson Helen Dobbms Sage Madden and Ellzebeth Douglas let thenr velvet trams sweep the floor ln the stately march to thelr posl tlons on exther slde of Ruth Nellls the queen of 1929 As the queen nommees were seated the subjects of the court began the entertamment and carrxed 1t through to a flnal trlumphant f1I1lSl'1 Scenes from plays were glven by home rooms ln the f0llOWlDg order Phylhs Avery Merchant of Vemce jane Suttle Romeo and Julxet Mary Jones Mldsummer Nlght s Dream V1v1an D3 er Tammg of the Shrew MHTVIU Lalmenson Jullus Caesar George May Kmg Lear Harley Holmes The Tempest Rlchard Walker Lomedy of Errors MGIVIU Olson As You Llke It Lorene Soper Merry WIVGS of Wmdsor Y 7 ! P 1 ! I 7 ' " , . . . 7 ......,,... ..,,,...,..,,...................... ..... .,.... . John Barstow ,...,,,,..,.......l.., ,...,,. ..c.. , . ,.... ................ ..........,., . , . Hamlet r 7 ' S! Mart1n Swenson Ethel Mae Schultz Eleanor Suttle Mllton Paeth Fay Sohday Lorralne Huss Merle Sloan Audrey Ellyson Wllllam Oates Margaret Lenghty Dorothy Jonason Maxme Donlan Betty Wlll13mS Theodora Dlnopoulou ARROW l95l Antony and Cleopatra Macbeth Twelfth Nlght Cymbelme The Wlnter s Tale Much Ado About Nothlng Othello All s Well That Ends Well Loves Labor s Lost Perlcles Henry VIII Two Gentlemen of Verona Rlchard III Measure for Measure After the completion of the court program as the audlence held nts breath the grand coronatlon began B111 Wells who was the court mmstrel sang an Engllsh cushlon song and Harold Solke dlIl'llI'llltlVC page placed a p1l low at the feet of each queen nommee ln slow successlon and asked each one to please come out to whlch nommee bowed and replled ln nega t1ve The page then went to the throne and Queen Ruth Nellls placed the envelope conta1mng the name of the new queen upon It Blll Zlck chxef marshall then opened the envelope and announced Queen Marlan Nelson She was led to the royal cushlon at center stage and crowned Queen of the pageant of Shakespearean plays Wlth the last blt of the mlghty locomotlve yell the court company dls p rsed for the parade But sad to say the ram was commg down IH torrents so phllosphlcally kmghts and slaves ahke got IH l1ne for the great repast and made merry at the IBSIIVC gathermg lndoors PAGEANT DA Y FFED Many a hlgh and mlghty court lady ln bustle and stay succumbed to the odor of beans and coffee Whlch permeated the halls on Pageant Day Whlle the Junuor Boys madly slung beans pickles coffee wemers and salmon salad sandwxches on wobbly paper plates a lme up of characters from p1 rates to Ophella s looked on wlth bulgmg eyes and famlshlng mem The best that could be sald of the whole affalr was that the food was good when you got to lt, but oh how long lt took' - Gladys Lovsteen ............................., . ......................................... 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Y 7 y - ARROW l9 l PAGEANT DAY GAME Play1ng on a ram soaked fleld before a wet but enthuslastlc Homecom mg crowd the Eagles came back and tled the score ln the thlrdquarter After the Mldgets had scored one touchdown agamst the second team the Hrst squad was sent m but the Mldgets sent over another touchdown whlch left the score 12 0 at the end of the first half In the second half the Eagles showed up much better and by the aerlal route got the ball wlthm scormg dlstance from where Carrler took lt over for a touchdown The other touch down came when Captam May took the ball around left end for 63 yards and a touchdown Aslde from D1'0Vldll'lg the thrlller for the day May played an outstandmg game and made several mce gams around end PAFP ANT DA Y PART1 As a matter of fact It was the most successful Pageant Day party I ve seen ln Central Hlgh durlng my three years sald a senlor There was truth ln th1s and other l1ke commendable statements The room was splendldly decorated wlth the effectlve colors of blue and gold and purple and whlte standard colors of Central and Fargo Hrgh mmatlon Golden Eagles whlch held the1r heads hlgh were soarlng At one end of the room a Golden Eagle wlth wmgs outspread was to be seen At the other end a bust of Shakespeare from whose plays we derlved and produced our msplratlon for our 1930 pageant Mr Wllllam Znck the Chlef Marshall and Mlss Marlan Nelson Pag eant Queen led a beautlful and clever grand march followed by the other queen nomlnees and thelr gentlemen frlends Followmg these were the couples and were almost a half a hundred After the march they broke m to a dance whlch contlnued unt1l the halt for glvmg the prlzes to those hav 1ng the best Pageant Day costumes for 1930 A spec1al feature dance entertamment was cleverly mterpreted by a group of tlny toe dancers Fay Solldav was thelr accompamst at the plano Speclal guests of the evenmg were the Fargo boys Aga1n the band struck up a fast merry tune the hghts were brlght the Eagles soared faster at the end of the1r streamers Once more the dancers fell ln tlme wlth the muslc untll lt ended for another year Yes slr slghed the contented semor A wonderful party' J L1 , . l ! , - v ' ' ' Y 1 J ' ll ' ' 3 , . 9 . r ' l - Streamers were hanglng gracefully above the dance floor. 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Q r - A ARROW l9 l we IUNIOR COVSTITUTIOA DF I UAE PREAMBLE We the members of the fOOllSh set of Central HIgh IU order to reform a more Imperfect reunIon to create dIscord among future con Cords and to further the cause of class reports and small pox epIdemICs do thereby ordam and reestablIsh thIs constItutIon for anyone that vs ants It ARTICLE I OFFICERS Sectlon I Presldent shall be elected by all present at secret meetmg held wIthout announcement and at NVTIICTI only advxsor II lI7abeth Lxons 15 present The presldent shall henceforth be John Kraft unless Kenneth Wllll3mSOH IS present at whIch tIme HarrIs Patterson wIll become a wmdow washer SectIon Il VICE presIdent and assIstants These ofhcers wx Ill be appomt ed by a commlttee of one composed of Marjory Thomas John Barstow and Casper HeIer ThIs commIttee wIll always appoInt Elmer Reese as VICE pres Ident wIth FrederIck Mueller lVIIlton Paeth and Oscar Zeller to help hIm Wlth the Jamtor vxork SectIon III Secretary Treasurer and other mIstakes These officers Wlll be chosen lHth6 followIng manner VIrgInIa Slater MarIe Young Bertha Jewell Rose Brussel and Ruth Lackness wIll be thrown Into a bIg bowl mIxed up Then Robert Knapp wIll be drawn out and Teresa Lemer OlwIn AI kley and Ida Harr wIll be appolnted offlcers ARTICLI Il ENTFRTAINMEINT SectIon I Performances lIke the great thrIllIng drama Anlmal BIscuIts and Dog Crackers dIreCted by Steven Keane wIll be encouraged ThIs play was presented july 4 1163 In the open theatre at Nome Alaska The chara ters as they left the stage were Monkey FranCIs Stmson Announcer Frances BIrdseye LIOH Wallace Haw Elephant MHUTICC SquIre Papa Marvm Lalmenson And the Paper Doll Chorus composed of Harry Fuller IrvIn HamIlton GaIl Hubbard Delores Drum and Harold Ihde SectIon Il TheatrIcal releases employIng such agencIes as slang expres SIOUS and short sleeves as In the productIon lVIIdnIght and All s Wrong dIrected by LuCIlle Koepke wIll be absolutelx censored ThIs unstIrrIng trag edy was presented before the Saul Amdur Teakettle ManufacturIng Com panys Annual MeetIng In Baumgartner Hall on AprIl 1 1915 The charac ters of thls tragedy as they were carrIed xx ere ff Y Y 7 YY v ' 4 L I J 1 v - . . . . 7 . 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I ..... ........ , , .Joe Englehart 7 V v Q - ' u ' ' I K vs - w , . . . , V V ' - ' - 1 v 7 ' y - ARROW l95l Hllda Edward Bossly Olga Bernard F1tzpatr1k Mlke Carol Hartman Syn eeny Orvllle Helmka Isaac Margaret Nelson The Cat Harold Jahnel ARTICI E III PxRT1Es Sect1onI Balls Only dance bands playmg waltzes and square dances w1ll be employed That of Robert Welsh or Boyd Connell IS suggested Nev er h1re the orchestra of Henry Barlow as It plays releases of 1869 whlch were censored by a commrttee headed by the famous reformers Ly d1a Crosby Ella Dlxon and John Gerber Use as a model the Ball glven by Marlon Phelps ln honor of Amon Reynolds the great clrcus magnate and Cora Oakes the Premler Danseuse of the Metropohtan Opera Company Famous notables present were Clayton jones famous klddy kar racer Wlllldm Mueller 1m mortal singer supreme Dorothy Jonason Senator from Nevada and great adherent of the Blll of Wrongs and Donald Moe daredevll reporter on the Annual Gazette Sectlon II Checker partles lhese parties must be held on Frlday nlghts only as some tlmes they last untll after Ifloclock Annabelle Ranny and Delores Rlchmond World Champlons checker players should be pltted agamst any of the followmg famous Rummy Champlons Dean Steadman Evelyn Weber Warren Case Grace Johnson and Frances O Nell Refreshments may be served A llght lunch generally accepted IS planned here by natlonally known chefs MFNU Ray Neudlgxte Cocktall Francls BFISCOG Mashed Potatoes Dorothy Hardt Baked Lhlcken Anamae Snow Prepared Salad Jane Well Scalloped Corn Ralph Carlson Baked Rolls Rob rt Andrus Coffee Mack Ketterlng Mmce Meat Ple lN1ck Comonele Ice Cre lm ARTICI P IV Pl l BI IL ATION Sect1on I A weekly reyy spaper entltled Punk and Yellow atter our hospltal colors w1ll he publlshed every month The statf will be composed of famous newspaper men The stalf IS as follows Chlef Fur naceman Anton Fischer ot the New York Sun Chlef JHIIIIOI' John McDowell of the Chlcago FYIDLIHC Chlef Iunglneer Dorothy Bennett of the Kansas Clty Star Edltor m Chlef Maurlce Hagenston ot the Podunk Herald l . . y . , CURTAIN 6 A. 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' ' . 5 . 3 I , C ' 1 1 . c it ARROW l95l Sectlon II School Annual ThlS book w1ll be called the Bow as a se quel to the A H S Arrow In an effort to make lt a success only the best 1n wrltlng materlal IS used The Bow Board w1ll be composed of people who have worked on College Annuals The Bow Board follows Mona Jenson of Ollphant V1ena Korhonen of Harvard Rudolph Houge of Georgetown Margaret Freeman of Yale Orpheus Meyers of Padooka ARTICLE V EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES Sectlon I Subjects offered Only the best of teachers are to be employ ed ln the school and many favorlte courses w1ll be offered Only one subject IS compulsory and that IS SOSlCOmDhfOlgy taught by that esteemed rlval of Elnsteln none other than Joel Mathleu Other courses and teachers are Latm French German Greek Enghsh Spamsh Phonlcs Ronald O R1ley Irvmg Quashmck Pearl Wllhamson Dorothy Yeoman Donald Hexdlauff Rlchald Kalser Sectlon ll Lectures Many celebrated lecturers who are brave enough to stand before our general assembly w1ll be asked to speak ALllQhOf1llCS and the1r subjects upon whlch they excel are listed below Studles Fern Donlan Athletlcs Martm Sw ensen Speech Work Katherme Van Walker Lawn Mowmg Elmer Slewert Wadlng Betty Blanco Avlatlon Wllham Wells Street Cleamng Grace Kolbensvlck Carpentermg hsther Lmdbergh Thls constltutlon was adopted by the club at 1ts meetmg of December 6 41 B C and IS slgned by the followlng trapeze artlsts Mabel Blelck Lyd1a Crosby Mlke Faith Geneva Porter Ruth Graeber ' L ' ' u H - N P7 ' , . - 7 ' ,c.... .. ............................r.. ..., ...A B e tty Brearton , . . 1 ' , CXRRGW t9 l HISTORY UF 'IHF ILXIOI CLASS Season ln and season out sees the lunlor Class IH a posltlon to ald our school ln any 3Cf1VltV F1ll Vlrmter and Sprlng are all ahke when rt comes to Jumor plans for exery one lS in f1t COUClltl0H for all sorts of Weather The above statements are not xvlthout proof for numer ous act1v1t1es were undertaken bx the Junlors and thelr results xx ere very successful The Jumor Ceneral Jumor Farr and the Jumor Sen1or Prom marked a successful season of soclal actlvltles The Jumors xxere certalnlv not vxantlng xx hen lt came to athletlcs for several members of 1ts fold lncludlng Kenneth Wllllamson were outstandlng on the grldlron ln basketball and on the under path To uphold the honor of the second classmen the Junlor Debate Squad composed of Frances Blrdsexe Steven Keane Maurlce Squlre and Marvm Calmenson xx on the lntercl iss contest JLlIll0I'HOIT'lSIUOf1'lS helped Pageant wlth floats and stage presentatlons xx hlle the JUITIOI' Box s and JUINOI' Flrls Clubs had thelr respectlve ClLlll6S lhe Junlors xx ere represented 1U the Student Labmet by Steven Keme md Maurlte SQLIITG lhe Xoungest the Llass Play xx xs ably presented bx a puked group under the CllILLtlOI'l of M1 l mn 'I he Jumors shoxx ed up xvell 1n Scholarshnp as sever il were on the Hon or Roll throughout the ye lr lhe Junlor Llass was reprtsented on the Blue and Fold xx hlle the junlor member of the Arroxx Board was Stex en Keane Therefore the jumor Lla s feels that xt has completed a splendld xeal and one that xxlll long be remembe ed by lts members FIRST SEvlEs PER Marjorx lhomas Lucllle Koepke Frances Bndseve Maryln Lalmenson Nlmss Stl tuss Mlss Uhex M1ss Hazel OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER PRFSIIJFNI NICE PRI' SIDENT SP CRF I ARY IRFASURFR Ll ASS AUIVSORS s lxeper Lhlef Xdvlsor W1 s Bulex Mlss l'l1lI'lSOI1 Mr Ilnn SE1oNp SEMESTFR lxfll Rlthman C eorge Renmx Lucllle Koepke Gall Hubbard Harry Fuller Mr Byrne lVl1ss Lee Nhss De Hax en 41,1 ,W-43" ---. l11"""-"?3-kv...--. rf... 1 , Y 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 s 1 A 1 1 1 1' K ' 1 ' 1 N . . v. 1 ,. 1 . . 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' f I ' ' -f - ' - 1 1 ' Y Y l 1 1 1 11 l 5. 1 H . 3 . 1 5. 2 - 51 1 , V . 1 .sa ' r ' l Y 1 Q I A ARROW l95l JUNIOR GIRLS CLUB FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOIND SEMESTER Jane Wells PRESIDENT Jane Wells Marlon Hlll VICE PRESIDENT Annabell Ranney Rose Brussel SECRETARY Margaret Lelghty Betty Brearton TREASURER Rose Brussel Full pep and enthuslasm the Junlor Glrls orgamzed their club early and becam promment members IH school actxvltles The organlzatlon undertook many enterprlses and under the capable leadershlp of Mlss Harrlson who acted ln the capaclty of advlsor the club functloned perfectly Although the Pageant Day Parade was abandoned on account of the ra1n the junlor Glrls d1d thelr part ID a flne Way If the parade had taken place the Queen and her Malds of Honor would have rldden on a wonderful float The flrst second and thlrd team football squads were entertalned at a banquet sponsored by the glrls A large number of players were present at the affalr and all wmll agree that the glrls are real cooks Pep stunts and the selllng of hot dogs at football games added to the l1st of actlvltles of the glrls and also added more features to thexr l1st of work Besldes the work defmetly asslgned and attrlbuted to the ,Tumor Glrls Club the members themselves are actlve partlclpants IH our school llfe The Junlor Falr and the Junlor Senlor Prom were donated to ln the form of work Every day school llfe was made more mterestmg by the act1v1t1es of the organlzatlon and thus the Jumor Glrls added to the enjoyment of all students durlng the past year 7 A Y ' 7 the Work of the Junior Girls. Y ' ' ' ' V! 7? , . mglgow 4954 JUNIOR BOYS CL UB OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER John Barstow PRESIDENT John Barstow Kenneth Wllllamson VICE PRESIDENT Fred Mueller Harold Jahnel SECRETARY Robert Welsh Harry Fuller TREASURER Harry Fuller Thls club composed of all Jumor Boys was orgamzed Soon after the be glnnmg of school ln the fall and agam ln the second Semester under the ad vlsorshlp of Mr Monroe The boys had deflmte dutles on the School currlcular and handled all thelr enterprlses 1n a commendable manner The flrst actlvlty under thelr management was the Pageant Day Feed Thls event was planned to have been glven at Melgaard Park but owlng to the ram the lunch was Served ln the school bulldmg Many Students were served and satlsfled Thls actlvlty was closely followed by the entertamment glven the JUHIOI' Play Cast followlng the second mght of the play The party was glven ln the Washington School ln the Domestlc Sclence Rooms The entnre cast of The Youngest was present and enjoyed the Splendld lunch and dance Several pep assembhes were ably presented by thls orgamzatlon In or der to arouse pep at these meetlngs the bo3 s ln a body sang and gave yells l'heJun1or Boys Club of the past year was a hlghly organued body as they adopted a constltutlon IH the early part of the year The fellows were enthuslastxc about the varlous enterprlses and all of the offlcers and commlt teemen carrled out thelr parts well 9 v 1 . . . . . 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' ' , ARROW l95l LNE of Ph1l1p Barry s well known COm6d16S THE YOUNGEST was chosen for the annual Junlor Class play and yy as presented before l nge audlentes on the evenlngs of December thlrd and fourth Tvyo casts were tramed the Blue Last vyhlth pre ented the play on the first nlght and the Gold Cast onthe second Both Casts were carefully chosen and htted the1r parts well The story of hoyy the youngest member of a famlly promoted hlrnself fl om the lmposed upon and mlsunderstood l1ttle boy to the dlstrlbutor of the fammly e tate and wlnn 1 of a ml I1 d lred yoang lady kept the audl ence 1n constant laughter All parts ln the play vyere lnterpreted Well and brought out all the hne detalls of a clever story B1 UE CAsT Jane Wells Wllllim Wells Inrantes Blrdseye M 1ry1n Lalmenson Margarette Ireeman Harrts Patterson CAsT OF CHARACTERS GOLD CAsT CHARLOTTE WINSLOW 'VIar1on Wedegartner MARIx WINSI OW Harry Fuller MARTHA WINSLOW Plwabeth Lyons ALAIN VIARIIN Arthur Lembeek AUGUSTA MARTIN ball Hubbard RILHARD WINSLOW IIWIII Hannlton M llj0I'l6 Ihomts NANLX BLAKI Dorothy Bennett Dorothy lonason RA I IE Dorothy Jonason Dlrector MR LINN P1 ompter JANE SL TTLE Stage Manager ALVIN OS TILRHOLT Asslstant MORRIS HAGENSTON LOMMIT II I S BUSINESS AND ADVI RTISINC1 lflmer Reese Thelma Hollandsvyorth Donald Moe Raymond Neudlgate PROPERTIES Margaret Russell Shlrley Polson Mllton Paeth Martln Su ensen SIAC In MANAGFNIINNT AND IICHTINF OscarZ ller Edvxm Vall Rudophl Ilouge lee L irnnne Dean Ste tdman USHI RS Betty Bl xnco Ly dla Lrosbv Phylhs Wllson Iucllle Koepke Dons Heydlauff Lllhan Lredtlxe M-XKF UP Carol Ward LOSIUMES Ruth braeber Dorothy Ann Hardt Annabelle Ranney Betty B1 earton HAI LS Wallace Hay Mllton Paeth Harold Ihde John Mc Dovxell Henry Ballow George Pettlgreyy Donald Hlckenbotham lIIl1'.l '1'T:.Tli S"lI.TIIZ'f.i'l'LL'1 'V ' 'W H77 , :V nfl ' ' 1 Y - rr vr 1 ay . 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Y 1 ATHLCTKCS ARROW l9 l A THLETIC sm FF me ,- CASE DEIMER DAUBENBERGER ANDERsoN RATHMAN Wari en Case earned an honorary monogram by acting as student man er injuries but his interest in athletics was shown by his wonderful service to the team Case has a wonderful personality and is well liked R R Deimer manager of athletics has been the money backbone of our team for many years He sincerely believes that money talks and through his untlring efforts the teams of Central High have received wonderful financial support Mr Delmer has spent much of his own time sponsormg tournaments and ticket sales to increase our athletic fund and both the school and the Athletic teams greatly appreciate his valuable services Coach H C Daubenberger has again fullfilled all expectation by putting out winning teams in football basketball and track This IS almost to be ex pected however for Dauble was a star athlete in football basketball and track at Grinnell besides earning the title of All Conference Tackle of the Missouri Valley With such abilities he is well able to coach winning teams Dewar Anderson assistant coach helped greatly in the athletic depart ment by coaching the Eagles in football and having chargeof all intra mural basketball for the high school Andy s teams were handicapped by ineligi bility but were well trained and never lacked encouragement and inspiration F L Rathman assistant coach had charge ofthe second team in basket ball and coached the third squad in football His patience with ineligible and green material and his likable manner made him a great favorite Y I I X v yi - if Y 3 I H 1 --1 I Avg , b , 3 R, I li . f y, , 4, 4-A I ager of the athletic teams. 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J, .V '1 ff j Y f db .z . f I K Alf' I , I R ARROW l9 ,4 , ,am BACK ROW Rennut Karser Mueller Karr Olson Wlllxamson Zxck Square FRONT ROW Ryman Englehart Neudlgate Comonele jones MUPILFR tAPTAlN TRACK .SEA 9O'V 1030 TRACK was much more successful last year than lt has been for the Dust few years Perhaps the greatest reason was that more nnterest m the sport was shown by the boys than ID prev xousyears S venty flV6 men were lssued sults at the begmnmg of the season a much larger number than ever before Of thls number only two were lettermen while the others where of varxous rankmg some bemg on the second squad the year be fore and others not even knowmg ln whlch event they WlShEd to compete as they were new maternal The first meet of the year was held at Huron Aprll 19 wlth Watertown Redfield Huron and Aberdeen competlng Water town easlly won the meet with Huron second and Ab rdeen thlrd Wllhamson was the best for the Eagles takmg two seconds and a thxrd besides runmng on both relay teams May took two seconds and one fourth Whlle Keegan took a thlrd ln both of the shortel d xshes Ne-udlgate placed second m the pole vault wlth Jones Lomonele and Zlck each takmga thlrd ln the Javelln mlle and broad Jump respectlvely Kaxser took a fourth IU the 440 and Karl a fourth IU the dlscus Z I . .7 . . . . . 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Y . y 1 , . 1 It - A . v 1 - v 1 . . , , . . i Q y Lf - v S 1 f lc. -. , -s 1 ARROW 1951 Central sent a team to the Dakota Relays whuch were held at Suoux Falls May 3 Competutuon at thus meet us always tough and Aberdeen dud not suc ceed un placung any men un the finals although Keegan qualufled un the 100yd dash Teams were entered un the mule half mule and medley relays Whule tney dud not place yet they made a credutable showung On May 10th the Reguonal track and fueld meet was held at Summons Fueld Aberdeen came from behund late un the meet to beat Clark and M11 bank regaun the reguonalchampuonshup May was Aberdeen's best performer and placed hugh un the total scorung column takung thurd wuth total of 14 pounts gauned un placung furst un the shot second un the Javelun thurd un the 220 low hurdles and a fourth un the duscus Keegan tooka second un the 220 and a thurd un the 100 Neudugate took a second un the broad Jump and a tue for second un the pole vault Wolter took a second un the shot whule Jones placed thurd un the uavelun Wulluamson a thurd un the 440 Mueller a thurd un the 120 yard hugh hurdles Zuck a thurd the broad Jump and Karr a fifth un the duscus Aberdeen won the half mule relay Three new records were establushed and one was tued H Harvey of Clark ran the mule un 452 to cut 4 seconds off the former tume Danuels of Revullouumped 5 feet 2 1 8 un ches to set a new record un the hugh Jump Hamlung of Mulbank Jumped 91 feet 8 1 2 to set a new record un thus event Overton of Webster tued Neud gates record of 10 teet6 unches un the pole vault The next week May 17 the boys who had qualufued un the reguonal went to the state meet 'ut Suoux Falls Kenneth Wulluamson by takung a fourth un the 440 yd dash gave the Eagles theur only pounts un thus meet The followung week the Bug Ten meet was held un Aberdeen Yankton won the meet wuth the Fagles of Aberdeen plarung fufth Keegan showed up best un thus meet by takung thurd un the 220 a fourth un Century and also tued for fourth wuth Wulluamson un the Quarter Mule Jones showed up well to place second un the Javelun Neudugate placed fourth un the pole vault and Zuck a fourth un the broad Jump Aberdeen also took two fifths through the efforts of Olson un the hugh hurdles and Comonele un the half mule Mueller tued for fifth un the hugh Jump Aberdeen placed fourth un both mule and half mule relays Dale Ryman the smallest man competung un the conference came mthun a foot of placung un the mule run On May 27 an unterclass meet was held un whuch everyone out for track could compete The sophomores won the meet and the senuors were second The hugh pount man of the meet was Keegan who took three fursts and a second to get 18 pounts Other hugh pount wunners were Mueller wuth 16 pounts Wulluamson wuth 13 and Comonele wuth 10 Several good records were establushed whuch wull stand as unterclass records Thus meet wull be come a part of the Eagles regular schedule un the future r:i M,-, . , - , , . . . 1 , ' , . . 1 7 7 , ,, i . . . , v u 1 7 ! . . , . . 1 L - - i Y . . . . . . . ., K . . . , K . . . . 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ARROW l9 l F O O T B A L L 1-CFVIEW of SEASON ITH the openlng of the season 1n September Central s outlook for a l wlnmng team 1n 1930 was far from ODtOmlSt1C Graduatlon had tak en all the backfleld men wlth exceptlon of Captlan May and had left but Olson Wolters Dunker and Stlnson ln the l1ne Around JL these five veterans was the Eagle s grld machlne wh1ch played the toughest schedule ID the conference and met defeat but tWlCB ABERDEEN 14 DE LA SALLE 6 Openmg the season with an out of state opponent the powerful De La Salle team of Mlnneapohs the Eagles showed declded superlorlty ln nearly every department of the game to emerge easlly v1ctor1ous m the flrst meet lng 1n the hlstory of the two schools After scormg by a reverse play Wh1Ch netted them 27 yards and a touch down De La Salle falled to make the extra pomt by a pass and led 6 0 at the quarter There was no more scorlng untll the thlrd quarter when followmg a 42 yard run by Wllllamson Carrler took the ball over for our hrst touchdown May klcked the pomt whlch put the Eagles ID the lead Followlng long galns through the hne by Wlllxamson and May Carrler took the ball at the 37 yard llne and went through the Minneapolis l1ne for hls second touchdown ABERDEEN 12 FARGO 12 Playmg on a ram soaked fleld before a wet but enthusxastlc Homecom mg crowd the Eagles came back and tled the score 1n the thlrd quarter Atter the Mldgets had scored one touchdown agalnst the second team the fxrst squad was sent m but the Mldgets sent over another touchdown whlch left the score 12 0 at the end of the first half In the second half the Eagles showed up much better and by the aerlal route got the ball vnthm scormg dlstance from where Carr1er took lt over for a touchdown The other touch down came when Captaln May took the ball around left end for 63 yards and a touchdown Trled for polnt and falled ABERDEEN 6 WATETOWN 19 Thls year our Lake Llty rlvals came to play on our field and although the ground was wet and the ball sllppery from a dr1v1ng ram a passlng attack gave them another wm over the Eagles Freeburg the Arrow s star full back got off for a hfty vard run whlch was followed by poor puntmg on the part of the Eagles and gave them achance to score on l1ne smashes 'I he half ended wlth Watertown holdlng a 6 0 advantage over the Eagles In the thnd quartet the Eagles played leal ball and tore the Watertown hne to shreds blockmg two punts for safetxes In the fourth quarter the Eagles tled the score by another safetv Watertown opened up a passmg attack and m two plays Freeburg made 67 yards and a touchdown Attempt mg to tue the score wxth a pass Cop lntercepted and ran 35 yards for the thlrd touchdown Tx" J ,f, . . , ly w t R . . . . .' . 1 , ' '16 F . . . 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' ' ' - 2 ' v ' Y " 7 l Y ARROW l9 l ABERDEEN 19 MITCHELL 7 The Fagles journeyed to Mmtchell October 17 to play the Corn Palace Kernels ln a mght game there In th1s contest the Eagles repeated the1r per formance of the prevlous year and kept the MltCh6lljlHX broken by runnlng up a total of I9 po1nts before the Kernels even had a chance to get started In the first half the Fagles counted two touchdowns One came asa result of C,arr1er s l1ne smashmg ab1l1ty The other was made by Captam May Wllllamson mtercepted a pass ln the thlrd quarter and made a touch down 'Ionner played an outstand1ng game at end catchmg a long pass to put the ball nn scormg DOQIIIOII Mltchell made the1r touchdown IH the fourth quarter agamst the substltutes ABERDEEN 7 HURoN 0 The Huron game our second n1ght encounter was a blg upset not be cause we won but because everyone expected a much larger score The Tlgers were not rated hlghly but showed up well the lme play of the down state men belng the feature of the evenmg A puntmg duel between Captain May and Stahl of Huron occupled the llmellght most of the flrst half Aber deen was almost m scor1ng posltlon several tlmes but the strong Huron lme held whenever our backs threatened the1r goal In the thlrd quarter Huron fumbled and we recelved the ball on the1r 42 yard l1ne Several passes and brllhant end runs brought the ball to the1r twenty yard lme and a pass to Tonner placed lt on the elght yard marker Wllll3mSOU took the ball over on an off tackle play for the only touchdown ABERDEEN 6 BROOKINGS 0 Th1s vlctorv for the Eagles was the1r thlrd consecutlve conference Wm An aerlal attack was the lmportant factor ln brmgmg about the vlctory In the thnrd quarter four of flve attempted passes were completed to brmg the touchdown The last was tossed to Renmx who caught lt whlle standmg over the goal lme Brookmgs nea1ly scormg ln the second quarter follow mg long gams by Soderberg Qubstltutlons helped to stop the drlve however and the ball was taken by the Eagles when only a foot from the lme Throughout the game the play of both llnes was outstandmg ABERDEEN 1? SIOUX FALLS 12 Our fmal game W is plax ed at SIOUX Iaalls on Armlstlce Day 'I he down staters started the scormg when ln the first quarter several long galns thru the lme and a pass gave the SIOUX the1r first touchdown In the second quarter the Eagles plax ed heads up ball and through lme plays and a pass the ball was brought to wxthm fue x ards of goal We lost the ball on downs at the one yard mark A poor klck gave us the ball on the in yard lme and a pass took the ball over The second quarter was scoreless In the thlrd quarter an mtercepted pass gave Sloux Falls another touchdown and pomt In an attempt to even the count another pass brought us our second touch down T rv for pomt talled ' C 1 9 v 1 g , - . . , . , . Q . .. , . - c . . , . . . c , . C s 1 1 A v r 1 ' , . , . I . 1. c 7 T Y . . , . . . ., C 1 . . . . . . Y. , c . . . cc . , c , ' 5 .g , . . , . . 1 Y V I Y I a .. . - . . 1 . . 1 f Y . c, . c . . c . . , , . c .,. Y ' c V' c " c ' Q 7 . . .7 V N N . 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T3 ARROW i9 l George Yeager guard was able to see every play and could always be found where there was action George liked It rather rough and conse quently received mention on an all state team this year Yeager showed up exceptionally well in the Mitchell game putting up a great defensive battle Raymond Neudigate played in the backfield showing the heavier boys he could play football as well as offer competition in other sports Neudy IS a heady field general as well as being able to catch and return punts Robert Tiffany was known for his fighting spirit and his ambitious attl tude Bob was always w1ll1ng to work and was ready to play rain or shine The guards who kept him from a regular berth had some real work to do George May Captain of the Eagles during the past season has finished a most outstanding athletic career in Central High From his first year in high school he has always been relied upon to do the kicking and much of the ground gaining Hls wonderful kicking passing and brilliant running have given him a mention on all state teams for the past two years Richard Martm a halfback is a fast as well as clever man with the ball should develop into a real threat being able to pass and kick quite will be back again next year to offer his services ln the Eagle backfleld Francis ONe1l the Eagle center took care of the pivot position in a manner which would do credit to any player Although he IS small Peg xs a hard worker taking care of his Job in that quiet unassumingmanner which marks the man who IS thoroughly lnterestsd in his work Lloyd Wilson played end and was one of the hardest workers and most dependable players on the squad Hls great strength on the defenslve was shown especially well against Brookmgs Opposing backs found him a hard man to take out of any play he was supposed to be in Kenneth Williamson played halfback He was a capable man in every department of the game and bore the brunt of kicking and passing in sever al games Kenny received a berth on the first all state team We are glad to have him back for another season Kenneth Dunker played his second year as a regular and filled the guard position 1n a very commendable manner Although he is short opposing linemen found him a hard man to take out Dunk was a good man to have 1n the line to protect the passers and kickers as few men could get by him Ralph Moore playing his first year on the first squad was an aggres sive reliable man with plenty of fight and determination and a knack of fol lowlng the ball Opposmg backs never found Moore easy to trick or catch off guard as he was constantly on the alert for trick plays Cecil Everson a sub ln the backfield was rather light for the first team but always ready to do his best against any opposition Cece was a hard worker and was out for practice every night ly' 7 D - - - QQ av - a ' Q - , . ,, ,, . . . . . , , . 1 7 ' 7 7 Y . . 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Y Alf' fvJ"' gif!- T' 4' YEAGER NEUDIGATE TIFFANY MAY Capt MARTIN O NEILL WILSON WILLIAMSON DUNKER MOORE EVERSON aff! .Af ,W LH uw' , I, ' I Y' lll2l2OW t9 l Erwin Olson playing his second year on the varsity came up to all ex pectatlon by showing that fighting spirit which has made him a name in all three maior sports at Aberdeen Ole s wit and pep was a great help in keeping up the pep of the entire squad Harry Fuller started the season as a backfield man but was shifted to guard later in the season Had IS rather light but still has another year to play and should be a first string lineman next year Douglas Knudson plavmg tackle was always ready to put in all his efforts to practice and consequently played a fme game as a sub for the more experienced lmemen Doug is only a junior and should bea great tatkle and a real mainstay for our lineup next season Ray mond Wolters was the outstanding man on the team His wonderful defensive work and his ability to make big holes in the line made him our most valuable lineman Tiny was 1n on every play and in spite of his great bulk charged in fast and hard to throw opposing backfield men for long losses He was unanimous choice for all state tackle Merle Sloan played his first year at end position winning his monogram because of his dependability and aleitness coupled mth his great defenslve ability made him a valuable end at all times Francis Stinson played his second year on the varsity, showed that come too big or tough for Buzzer and with another year left to play he should be one of Eagles outstanding lmemen Joe Sudow played his first year with regulars this season Joe is a hard worker and because of his accurate passing and cool headedness made a fine alternate with O Neil Joe vlas quite adept at figuring out the opposing plays and made a valuable defensive man Francis Carrier captain elect played fullback for the Eagles He IS out standing in the line smashing department and h1s steady cool headed playing made him a valuable man on thelme up Carrier plaved his best game against DeLaSalle counting both touthdowns as vxell as play ing a fine game de fensively He should make a good heady captain for the Eagles next year Arthur Werth was one of the most dependable hardest charging line men on the squad His outstanding ability on the offensive as well as h1s a bilitx to break up interference marked him as avaluable tackle to mate up with Wolters on the opposite side of the line Wilbur Reed a back xx as a real fighter and although he was handicap ped by injuries and lack of weight he gave the regulars something to worry about all the time Reed lacked only experience to place him on the regulars Lawrence Karr a tackle played his first full year mth the first squad this season He IS a quiet play er and a hard fighter and when in the right state of mind nothing could stop him ,,i....,,TT.f.'L'l . 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They never , . i K y ' V. . - - . , ' G X . x 1 A 7. t . . . 9 OLSON FULLER KNUDSON WOLTERS SLOAN STINSON SUDOW CARRIER WERTH REED KARR ARROW l9 l Joe Werllnger played h1s f1rst year wlth the varsity He IS a very fme offensive center as well as a clean player and a good sport Lack of exper lence however forced him to g1ve way to older men jean Oas IS one of the few men to make the flrst team ln hls first year 1n high school He IS large and aggresslve and wlth two more years to play should be an outstandmg llneman of the squad Irva Kalser IS perhaps one of the hardest dr1v1ng backs for h1s SIZE that Central has known for many years Hls work on the defense has been out standmg and with another season he should be one of the squads most val uable backs We wlll need hlm next season Alfred Fogle play1ng hls last year with the Eagles takes Wlth him an athletlc reputation of which any one might be proud Hls fight pep and de termlnatxon have made hmm an outstandlng man as well as Zildlflg the team greatly when they were not 1n the best of sp1r1ts George Renmx played h1s first year of football at Aberdeen and be cause of hls cleverness and speed made the first team and won h1s mono gram Although he played half a great deal this year he w1ll no doubt be used at quarter next year H1s experlence should help us a great deal Francls Tonner played end and was perhaps the best of the ends 1n the pass recelvmg department He was also fast at gettlng down under punts the end post Bud played a larger number of quarters than any other man Anton Fisher was rather small but wlllmgness and toughness made h1m respected by the other members of the squad Wlth another year s experlence and growth he should be one of our first strlng Eagles Marvin Calmenson playlng end IS one of the scrapplest players on the squad Marv IS one boy who never gives up and the flght and sp1r1t which he shows should make him a valuable player on next year s lme up Leo Wlnfrey was one of the fastest men on the Hrst squad H1s small size and the fact that studies kept him lnelngnble much of the time kept hlm from playing rn many of the games Wlnfrey still has tvxo years of competltlon left Marcus Pavey a sophomore IS fast ln a football sult as well as on the clnder track His open and broken field runnlng is outstandlng and wlth two more years to play he should develop into a real threat Jack Welsh, play1ng m the l1ne was as good at tackle as at center he can pass very accurately and at the same txme charge ln and keep out op poslng l1nemen Although Jack played ln few games th1s year another year should find h1m on the first team l1ne up , . r - ' , . ' ' 7 7 , . , - V 7 7 ! 9 v ' ' 7 7 and gained attention on several all-state teams for his outstanding work at ff !! v 1 ' 7 i 1 9 i D - 7 Q ' . I 7 . . . Q . 7 QPF M XIX WERLINGER 011.5 Kusue Focus RENNIX TONNER FISHER CALM12N50N VVINFREX PM EX WELSH , ' i N - fffw 1 I I 5 O X I , six!! W' f 5, .- " I I -W ARROW l9 QECOND TEAM BACK ROW Crane Mack Keane Meyers Humphrey Jonea Belgler Burgard Branson Walker SECOND ROW Ryman E May Shlflet Anderson Coath Guhm Amundrud R Oatea FRONT Row Trlsh Rlblllifk Lenhart Englehart Hansen In Oates Nelson Muller -BA,.,p.3 Q Q THIRD TF.A'v1 BACK Row Case manager Morley Lyden Nlaynes lamnnt Clemen THIRD F Rrl Coe Welch McDonald belwert Capt Getty J ISCOE Harrlet FIRST Row Keegan Hax Larson Carlson oodq Gerdex Lanrnw xxx? X l fi I . : Y 7 7 Y I Y 'Y . Y ' Y ! . .1 Q , . . , 1 'l , , . -- 3 , 1 1 y Y ' , y , f ' A Q A 'S - ,fi 'G K ' 4 A Bmlen, D1ckson,Rathmangcoach, Connell, Huns ad, Moultnn. 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R ,' ' Q' xv" 33 . v RB xx. p , fxe :Y N I ARROW l9 l I TOP Row Carrler Ienhart Oas Coach Daubenberger Getty Mueller Moore MIDDLE RJW Hru-. el Wlalllamson iapt Olson Trish Yeager BOTTOM Row Martin Dutloth Wel h Renmx BA SK E T BA LL REVIEW OF SEASON Wxth only two lettermen from last year s team returnmg to school and a squad of green materlal from WhlCh to bulld a team prospects for a Wm mng season were far from br1ght Coach Daubenberger has experlenced such hardshlps before however and always seems to bulld a team from whatever materlal he may have He turned out a group of hardworkmg players who never gave up and although they lost several games the team cannot beJudged by the frames lost and won when It IS consldered that they lost four Conference games by a mere polnt outpomtmg thelr opponents 379 330 durlng the regular season The first game of the season was a prehmmary encounter wlth our old opponents from Ipswlch The game was tough as the games wlth IDSWlCh usually are but the boys plled up enough of a lead to allow Coach to substl tute freely m an attempt to fmd a team upon whlch he could depend m the Conference games for the 1931 season The Eagles next opposltlon came m the form of a double header wlth Waubay and Groton on our floor Dauble was stlll experlmentmg but the games were both won The team had to work to beat Waubay 36 15 but won more easlly from Groton 36 10 Y ' ,......,.................., - 14 l , 1 - 1 , 1 - - ' v 4 v -y f v y 1 ' . .:. , . , J . , . , 5 , , F. v . , . , . 7 7 N 7 'I 5 - 1 , . r 1 1 ' 1 I , . . 1 ' 9 - . Si ARROW 19 l Our fourth opponent was Brentford The team could not seem to get started and after tralllng the Brentford team nearly the whole game we lost by the score of 23 27 Brentford won thelr Conference On December 12 we met Doland on our floor The v1s1tors were dec1d edly on that evemng and the local team could not seem to keep up w1th them Thelr offenslve seemed to be too much for our team whlle the fine guardlng of Calvert held our team to only slx field goals The flrst game of the Conference season was wlth SIOUX Falls on our floor The fans were expectlng a defeat because of the poor showmg agamst the small non conference teams we had played The game prooved to be a real one however and the score stood 7 11 at the half tlme and 16 all at the end of the game In the overtlme perlod a free throw put the Eagles IH front The week followmg vacatnon the team played Redfield The Eagle offen sive was too much for the Pheasants and they were defeated by a score of 23 14 The Eagles led the entlre game and were never pressed hard The Arrows the old foes from the Lake C1ty were our next opponents A record crowd saw the Eagles battle one of the best games of the season The score was never more than a few polnts apart at all tlmes and the crowd was ln an uproar most of the tlme Thls was the first of the long list of one pomt defeats whlch were Aberdeens downfall score 18 19 The followmg week end the team made a trlp to play Huron and Brook mgs At Huron they lead by a large margln most of the game when w1th only seconds to play Huron came from behlnd and scored the second one pomt defeat 30 31 The next nlght at Brooklngs the team fared better and came out on the long end of a 19 14 score '1 he followmg week end the team took another tr1p playmg Mltchell and Yankton The team was practlcally lost on the large floor and could not seem to make thmgs work We lost by the score of 22 15 The followmg nlght they met the powerful Yankton Bucks on the1r own floor Playlng a return game with Ipswlch on our own floor the Eagles show ed declded superlorlty to wln from the lnvaders 24 10 Durlng the last quart er Dauby substituted frequently and thls no doubt made the game closer Our next Conference game was wlth Huron on our floor Thls game proved one of the most lnterestlng of the whole season We were about on even terms wlth the lnvaders when Olson and Wllllamson who had played fme games were put out on fouls Huron won by one pomt 23 22 The followmg week the team went to Redfleld the Pheasants always put up a tough battle when they play Aberdeen but the Eagles were too much for them and won a nlght mare of a game 17 10 The last out of town game before the tourney was a return game wlth the Arrows The Arrows are a hard team to beat anywhere but on thelr own floor they are even harder The Eagles could not keep up wlth the fast pace set by the Arrows and recelved thelr second defeat from them H L,W. , ,, ........... 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' y y . . , ' ' . 9 y , . - v ARROW l9 l The final Conference game was w1thM1tchell on our floor The Eagles were in the lead during the latter part of the game and looked as if they would take the encounter easily A field goal the only one made 1n the last half for Mitchell gave them the lead and another one point victory I6 15 On February 6 and 7 the District tournament was held at Aberdeen in the Central High gym In the first round we met Bath on Friday afternoon The visitors put forth a game fight and showed real spirit but the Eagles although playing a listless game were too much for them The next round of the tournament found the Eagles on the floor agamst the Westport team The boys again showed that they were superior to the invaders and after an unlnterstmg game the Westport qumt was downed by a score of 30 17 This win placed us in the finals of the championship round and we met Barnard Saturday evening for the right to represent the district 1n the Regional Tournament the followmg week The Barnard team showing much determination opened the scoring and led durlng the entire first part of the game The Eagles falled to fmd the hoop and even had a difficult time gettmg the ball while the Bears were constantly rolling up a score As the game progressed into the last quarter the Eagles began to click and the score was tied at the final gun as a tournament In the overtime period Barnard quickly got the ball and put another through the basket to go 1nto the lead Brussels put one through to tie the score and the game was anybodys until Welsh dropped one through just as the gun went off terminating the meet After wmningthe District Tournament the previous week Aberdeen en tered the Regional against the same four teams as were entered the year be fore In the first game we met Waubay the game might as well have been classed as a sldeshow with the extremely tall Humbrecht towering over the shorter Eagles Guarding him was useless as he took long passes out of the air from his teammates and dropped them through consistently In the last part of the game Humbrecht was removed from the game be cause of personal fouls From then on the superior Aberdeen team easily outplayed the Dragons and constantly narrowed the gap in the scoring col umn The determined drive of the Eagles who were now playing against opposition more nearly their own size was stopped by the final gun and Waubay won the first round by the score of 34 29 In the next round we met P1erpont who had been downed by the power ful Doland Wheelers the prevlous evening in the best game of the tourna ment A dazzling short passing attack was too much for the bewildered Eagles whose shots were not registering very regularly In the last part of the game they seemed to solve the Pierpont defense but several of the boys went out on personals and the game was finlshed with only three Eagles on the floor Pierpont won this consolation game 23 18 7 ' 9 . , - u 7 7 I- o l 1 ! I 7 Barnard forward barely missed a long shot which would have won the , . V7 Y - 1 y . ! Q , T s Ns CARRIER x LSON YEAGER RENNIX WELSH GETTY TRISH . JO ARROW 19 l Captaln EFWIH Olson fimshed h1s hlgh school basketball competltlon thls year Ole IS leavlng a posltlon whlch w1ll be hard to fill and hls pep and enthuslasum w1ll be greatly mlssed after the tall wltty center has graduated Olga could be depended upon to get the txp as well as do has share of the guardmg and DOIHI gettmg durlng the games Kenneth WllllamSOU played forward th1s year hls second year on the flrst team Kenny developed mto a wonderful pomt getter and led the scorlng 11st most of the tlme He has already won two monograms and has another year of basketball left for whlch we are thankful Douglas Trlsh who played hls first year on the varslty thus season devel oped 1nto one of the Eagles best guards Doug w111 be back agam next year and the fans w1ll no doubt see h1m perform as an all state man George Yeager was the thlrd man from last years team to make the grade thls year George IS a hard Worker and always puts up a good fight no matter what the odds may be agalnst hum followmg the ball and domg an outstandlng Job on the defense at all tlmes George Getty showed enough promlse whlle playxng on the second team to be shltted to the varslty llneup He was rather lnexperxenced thls year but only a Sophmore and should be a valuable member of the team next year George Renmx IS another of the varslty guards who w1ll return next year Thls was George s flrst year on the Eagle llneup but he proved to be a valuable man and a clever ball handler Rose Petals was especlally strong ln advanclng the ball whlle belng rushed by the opposltlon Harold Dufloth who entered from Onaka showed exceptlonal ab1l1ty as a basketball player but played llttle durlng the last of the season of the fact that he was a semor and would not return for next season B111 Brussel was the outstandlng shot on the team When B111 was go mg hrs regular speed he slmply couldnt mlss and opposmg players found hlm extremely hard to guard wlthout foullng B111 led the scorlng a great deal Jack Welsh was one of the smoothest players on the team H1s clever ball handlmg should make h1m one of the best on the Eagle llneup next year Jack has a hobbyof puttlng the ball through the hoop Just asthegun goes off Fred Mueller played both forward and guard thls year and w1l1 be back for another year Frltz developed a lot thls year and should be a valuable member of the lmeup next season Arther Lenhart has another year of basketball left and should develop mto a real player ln another season Art lmproved greatly thls season and looks llke a real prospect for the comlng year Francls Carrler played guard thls year Although not as outstandlng on hardwood floor as on the football fleld he shows great promlse and may be a valuable baskteer as well as a good fullback jean Oas IS another of the Sophomores on the varslty Oas IS large and has developed a lot thls past year playmg a f1ne game at the close of thesea ons In two more years of COmD6tlt1OD he should show up exceptlonly well wi-- 4 ,, ,, . . . . . . . - v , . u va ' ' Y 9 - u av ' ' , . y . 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ARROW l9 l TOP ROW Wrlght Mack Branson Dxckson Amundrud Coach Rathman MIDDLE Row Burgard Vmmng Belgler R Oates Shlfflet Max BOTTOM Row Wlpf Wentz Ivcr on W Oates Klng RE VIEW OF QEASON SECOND B B SQUAD After droppmg thelr hrst three games by close margnns the Aberdeen games were won and sux lost Ably coached by Leslle Rathman they won all but two of thexr conference games and fimshed ln second place ln the North Central Conference The Eaglets opened the season agamst Columbxa s experlenced five ln a close game whlch was lost 17 15 The boys showed promlse but lacked that polish necessary to a vunnmg team The followmg evenmg the Seconds played the Northern Frosh The Nor mal players led throughout the game whlch ended 17 13 The Eaglets had not yet started chckmg and showed a decxdedly poor eye for the basket The thlrd defeat m as many starts was admmlstered by the Hardt Pack ers a strong Clty League outflt As ln the precedmg games off form shoot mg characterlzed the play of the Rathmamte Many set ups were massed whrch mlght have made the game closer The final score was 18 2 After a Chrnstmas vacatxon filled vuth hard practlces the Eaglets took the floor agamst Westport and won the1r first game of the season 16 10 The boys funct1oned llke a real team and a passmg attack wlth Wlpf on the shootmg end scored most of the pomts for the vlctors The first trnp of the year was to Barnard where the Eaglets engaged the Barnard Bears conference champlons Poor llghtmg and a small floor coupled w1th a second half scor1ng drlve by Barnard contrlbuted to the loss of the game by a score of 71 11 xl "' I ' I it , . . l Seconds settled into a fairly successful basketball season during which seven , - . , . ARROW 1951 mg:-mzm A last quarter rally led by Wipf and Biegler proved the downfall of Westport in the return game with the Eaglets. Anderson, Westport's all- conference center, played a good game for the losers but received little help from his team-mates. Score: Aberdeen 22, Westport 14. Leola was the next victim of the seconds. R. Oates and Wipf who were on turned m fine game The scoreboard read 39 13 at the end of the game The return game with Columbia ended with the Aberdeen Seconds on top both teams were tied for second place at the time and interest over the game was running high The Rathmamtes were only two points ahead at halftime but in the last half field goals from every angle by W Oates cinched thc game When the final gun sounded the score was 34 20 For the second time during the season the Northern Frosh handed a de feat to the Seconds The Eaglets were leading at the half as usual but a strong fourth quarter finish gave the Frosh a 31 19 victory A week later the Rathmanites travelled to Brentford where they lost a 27 14 decision The game was tied at half time but another last half rally by Brentford was the deciding factor of the game The last two contests of the year both conference games ended with the Aderdeen Seconds ahead Barnard was the first to fall They came to Aber deen without having lost a game and so confidently expected to win The Eaglets had other ideas however and soundly trounced the Bears 39 11 A beautiful passing game which found Wipf open under the basket for many set ups accounted for most of the points The Eaglets closed their season against Hecla in a rough and tumble encounter The seconds led all the way through although the margin of victory was closed to five points at the end of the game when Coach Rath man substituted freely Final score Aberdeen 29 Hecla 24 Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets Eaglets EagletS 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 3 1 14 39 29 SEASON SCORES Columbia 1 Frosh Hardt Packers Westport 1 Hecla Barnard 2 Westport 1 Leola 1 Columbia Frosh 31 Brentford 27 Barnard 11 Hecla 24 5 ..,... ,.,... ,......i, ..................,,.........,..................., ' 7 3 ......... ...,.... ........, . ...... ,.i..... ....,.... ......i..... . . ....... . , 1 7 6 ........ .......,,,....... i..,....i........ . . ..,.4....., ,.............. , O ' 9. ......... ,......i........ .,... ................ ........, ,.., . . . 1 0 Eaglets 11 ,..... ........ ......... ....... .c....... ......,l........ .,.,...... . . . 1 2 ..4.......,.....V,........,.,................... ..,.......... ............ 4 . 9 .... .......,...................................., ...,.................,.... 3 4 ....... ........ ...........,...... .,....,.......... i . ..........,.., .... 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Nplfj .5 A CLUB Remarkable work was accompllshed by the A Club members through out the school year The twenty four lettermen worked hand m hand obtammg from thelr efforts enough money to purchase A Club plns for the graduatlng men of the class of 1931 To ralse money the boys sold Esklmo Ples and hot dogs at basket ball games They sold hot dogs and ples during the entlre Independent Tourna ment Whlth netted them the greatest amount of money This work was done almost entirely under the leadershlp of Raymond Neudlgate At the close of football season twelve men were put through the notable try1ng "A" club 1n1t1at1on After the basket ball season was completed a number of new lettermen were added to the roll In order to place enough money 1nto the club treasury so that cuts ln the athletlc sectlon of next year's Arrow may be pald for the members sponsor ed a play Members of the club took part, and played both mascullne and fem1n1ne roles "The Man 1n The Bowler Hat" was presented after school to the enyoyment of the student body Offlcers who handled affalrs of the club, and who recelved the whole hearted support of the membershxp were FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER George May Presxdent Alfred Fogle Alfred Fogle Vice Presldent Wllllam ZlCk Kenneth Dunker Secretary Francls Tonner Ray Neudlgate Treasurer Ray Neudxgate ' a l - , , '11, 1 . 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' , z ' -Q , 94 All - 'r ' 4 ' ., 1 ' " , 1 p " ' ,, '4 o P I XJ' I ., I J! ffynzf " 5 '-'-'v",nV- 5 f . , 1' , 1 - u ar Q 4 I ' Qt ,, 1 ARROW l9 l GIRLS ATHI ETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Presldent Evelyn Rxchards Vlce Pres1dent Jean Stewart Secretary Dorothy Tonner Adv1sor M1ss Staael The members of the Glrls Athletlc ASSOCl3tl0H enter 1nto a cont1nual round of act1v1t1es throughout the school year the major one of whlch 1S the Annual Physlcal Educatlon Demonstratlon Whlch took the form of a Peace Pageant ln 1930 The pageant whxch was glven by over four hundred glrls of the physical educatlon classes of the Roosevelt and Slmmons J un1or Hugh and the Central High School was called A Search For Happmess It was glven on the evenmgs of March 21 and 22 before a great crowd of people who wltnessed the colorful unfoldlng of the story of the Sp1r1t of Humanlty searchmg among the Peoples of the world for Happiness An mterestlng game was orgamzed thls fall to replace soccer Because lt IS a combmatlon of several games a name has not been discovered Much lnterest was shown when practlce for the tournaments started but due to bad weather the games were not run off A team from the first hour gymnaslum class captured the volleyball champlonshlp ln january A round robln tournament was held and many fine teams were entered The glrls who made up the wmnlng team were Wllma Whltmore Norma Cason Maurme Qumby Isabel Nelson and Doro thy Mehner I -cc ego I I 1 l l 9 Treasurer .......................,....................,.................... Mildred McCormick ! . . ,, . ,, 7 D l v 1 . . 7 ! ' ARROW l95l In basketball and baseball class tournaments were held after school with each class entering several teams. These teams played against each other for the school championship. The goal toward which the members of the Girls Athletic Association strive is that ofearning points for letters and awards. The point system which has been used for the past three years is dmded into the following team and squad vuork individual work and achievements in Health and Service The following girls were awarded large A s for earning 1000 points Elizabeth Douglas Mildred McCorm1ck Lorraine Nelson Evelyn Richards Lorene Soper and Jean Stewart Those who earned 500 points and therefore Golden Eagles were Helen Bowell Jeanette Buck Alice Clute Doris Hemtz Gwendolyn Hye Bernice Matz Frances MCK1nney Josephine Shannon Florence Shields Adell Voet The girls who were awarded G A A emblems 250 points were Betty Antelman Maxine Avery Agnes Artz Frances Birdseye Helen Branson Lela Brown Lenore Crady Florence Disbrovx Gladys Dixon Lucille Hurl burt Margaret Martel Frances Moore Beatrice Moyer Florence Nanson Virginia Reese Margaret Russel Mabel Swenson Gladys Reese At the end of the year a mvthical team is selected from the best players who participated in each sport A girl is awardeda chevron for each mythical team she makes Those awarded chevrons last year were soccer Helen Bowell Jeanette Buck Alice Clute Carol Gibbs Theresa Lemar Bernice Matz Lorraine Nelson Josephine Shannon Florence Shields Lorine Soper Audrey Sorenson and Adelle Voet volley ball Violet Anderson Agnes Artz Faye Knapp Ruth I ackness Vlaryorie McClure Gladys Nelsen Jean St wart basket ball Lydia Crosby Gladys Dixon Margaret Martel Mildred Mc Cormick Lorraine Nelson Annabel Ranney '1ndAdelleVoet baseball I enore Crady Elizabeth Douglas Doris Heintz Julia Lauzen Mildred McCormick Frances McKinney Evelyn Richards Florence Shields and Evelyn Weber Each year the ofhcers of the association appoint two girls to head each of the various sports This insures careful planning and organizing in each activity Each head of sport automatically because a member of the G A A board The board for this year is composed of the following girls Hiking Theodora Dinapauloie and Lorene Soper Hunting Eleanor Suttle and Elizabeth Douglas Volley Ball Florence Shields and Josephine Shannon Basket Ball Gwendolyn HY6 and Adelle Voet Skating Doris Heintz and Gladys Lovsteen Golf Katherine Smith and Mary Lockington Natural Dancing Audrey Ellyson and Edith Smilo Swimming Annab l Ranney and Alice Clute 7 . . 7. . . 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' 1 i , fi A S1 ARROW l95l Vxce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Mlss Cromer Mlss Johnson Mr Cole Mr Coursey Mlss Nelson CLASS ADVISORS MISS Clara Flemlngton Helen Hardt Charles Allen George Renmx Mr Anderson Mlss Hazle Mlss Douglas Mr Rathman Mr Monroe l FIRST SEMESTER CLASS OFFICERS President - - - Mary J ones ARROW l95l V SECOND SEMESTER CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Wllllam Oates Vlce Presldent Orrm Iver on Secretary Rlchard Hauge SECOND SFMESTFR CLASS LIDVISORS Mxss Cromer Mr Anderson Mlss Johnson Mr Coursey Mr Cole MISS Douglas M1ssC Flemmgton Mr Monroe n 1:': ' ' . . ' s Treasurer . . . . Richard King ARROW l95l at " Eagerly we publlsh Much that you w1ll hate But when you ve notlfled us It w1ll be to late' Jeannette R It s all over the school' Ella D fEXc1tedlyJ What IS? Jeannette R The roof llttle one' Mlss Johnson Glve the prlnclpal parts of possum Ralph H Head legs and tall CAN You FEATURE George R on the Honor Roll Margaret L ln a convent Bermee R flunkmg Latm Gladys B a toe dancer Lee B not blowmg his nose Jeannette R not usmg bug words Margorle Kupfer ln fallmg health Mr Llnn Betty W you don t know how to use vour hps correctly Betty W Oh yes Ido l , .. .. ... 1 . , . . , . i - a - Q .x . ' . - v ' Y ' ! ' 1 . , . .- v - v 1 ' ARROW l95l WHAT WOULD HAPPFN I1 Alnce Van D permanent wave talled to wfue Alvln S stepped a glrl' Mary J stopped Qlggllllg m Ceometrx ' Maxme D suddenly stopped growlng Maurlce D made a rec1tat1on7 jean T had her Englnsh lesson' Marjorle I' halr forgot to curl' Alvlna V dldn t have her Ceometry ' Mr Byrne I thought you took Geometry last year Maurlce D I dld but I had an encore from the faculty Sol HoMoRF LOOK Book IR1sH Sim 1 tblsp Br1scoe Z tblsp Vergll Noltner Cook slowlx 1n1ron kettle three hours To be eaten on a meatless dax Dry 1Ls Foon LAKE Harold S Marx I Ralph H Arlene L Mlx and beat tlll fluffx Roast 'md setxe PRIME-I' RX ILD PAIRS Betty W Ellzabeth S Grace K Joyce E Betty Hamllton Harold L Harold W VN alton M Bob O Put S Place IH Jars for two Add plenty of syrup Thls cannot be too sweet Keep IH cool dark place If found to be soft add a llttle more julce FAvoR11F Sorwos Maybe Its I ove jullet K Lonesome Lover Harold R My Bab5 just cares for me Al Kearns I stlll get a thrlll AIVIH S Mr B VN hat are you dolng' I earnlng ans thmgg Marjorle I' No slr llstenmg to you . . . 7 3 . . C C . i W . . . I if ' . , ' ? . .- , . B . I . . . I 7. , , I cup'-Evelyn O'Brien and Ioceyln Eilert each. h ' . f. .I c f ' I . , , , , , 7 . . f' ' ' ' f , ' ' f ' . gif-f-A '2- i.51'fs -amy 9-we psf I GTF g .-ff Yr 4 I ACTKVWL5 V 4 1 ffflfff I iw 4 f ffg..v 1, ' .-i-3,4 ' Q, , S, ' ' , Xl, I-. 'X f- V l . ,' Jigs: , if 2 Q ' : J ' 9. ,gy ' J' ' ' aj if . - x X V V x ,' ,fwgri..f3 5 A R .. fy lZ'f:s,,. ' X, , - I , 1 A 4 y 14: . . ,. i e? W 3 'F i f w L A L ., 1 f , J fl 1 3. - 'vw'-J. H -, f. 'S X Fi -,Q A f 1- ' ,, H . " : ' X Wa if Lrg s W ARROW l9 l LAEFITIA Lu LAB IRI' ILUB OFFICERS and MEMBERS Consuls Helen DobbIns Qteven Keane Quaestor Ruth Lackness AedIles Josephme Shannon S ge Madden ADDITIONAL MEMBERS Norma Wllll3mC0U LucIlle Koepke Amy McPhee Beulah Taylor Esther LIndbergh and Dorothy Bennett The presence of LaetItIa E Labore Club was more evldent thIs year than prevIously because members wore DIES for the first tIme and were more actIve ID extra currIcular School dCIlVltlCQ All students taklng thIrd or fourth year LatIn are elIgIble for member shIp Meetmgs are held on alternate Frldays durlng class perlod Roman gods and myths together wIth the study of Interestmg facts surroundmg VIrg1ls llfe was the theme for the programs ThlS the bl mIllenIal annIver sary of Vlfgll S bIrth Projects whIch the club sponsored were selllng ESklmO PIes assembly program the Romay Banquet where guests forgot thelr AmerIcan etlquette and turned Roman and the LatIn Club medal awarded to the student hav Ing done the best work both scholastlcally and ID servIce 1 . 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ARROW l95l P BOY S GLEE' CLUB The Boys Glee club under the competent dxrectlon of Mxss Reva Russel has had a very pleasant and successful year The boys have sung at servlce clubs Parent Teachers meetlngs and con vocatlon at Northern State Teachers College The Boys Glee Club comblned wlth the Glrls Glee Club gave two out standlng concerts a Chrlstmas concert and thelr annual Sprmg Concert The chorus also sang for both the mxd year Baccalaureate and Com mencement and the June Baccalaureate and Commencement Marlan Nelson accompanxst Margaret Russell asslstant TENOR James F ltzpatrlck Frank Hoffman John Barstow Orvllle Helmka Robert Andrus Donald Reeves Harold SOIRC Robert Hagarty Rlchard Slme Issac Stone Lyle Van Osdal Gerald Lundqulst Nelson Hunstad Harley Hunstad Bernard F ltzpatrlck Plummer Wells Arthur Lere FTHUCIS Brlscoe Kenneth Hansen Putnam Spauldlng Norman Rastau Saul Amdur Ronald Conklm Elmer Gruhm Gllbert C' ale Rnchard Sauer BASS Melvm Olson Alvln Sklbsrud Rlchard Holllngsworth Harold Ray Jacob Hotfer Olger Oveson Ollver Insley Alvln Osterholt Edward Cook Rlchard Walker Wxlllam Wells Harry Fuller Orpheus Mevers Morrls Hagenston Mllton Johnson John Kraft Wallace Nelger Harold Johnel Wallace Moulton Rlchard Kalser Harold Rhode Alger Olson Jean Oas Harlan Crlppen Cyrus Spur a l l 9 w , . . . Y v v ' 9- ' ' - r , . v 1 1 - 1 1 ARROW l9 l GIRLS' GI EF CI UB Malntalnlng ltS usual hlgh standard the Glrls Glee Club under the dv rectlon of MISS Reva Russell was thls year one of the outstandmg organl zatlons of the school The club sang for several local orgamzatlons Together wxth the Boys Glee Club lt gave programs at State Conventlons held IH the clty The accompanlst was Maman Nelson with Helen Dobblns as asslstant Fmsr SOPRANO Dorothy Tonner Margaret Turner Nellle Stone Rennetta Schpok Phyllis Avery Margaret Wledeman Lorrame Bennett Marjorle Mathlew Olga Gates Sylvia Shrader Betty Webb Lela Helmka Peggy Buholz Margaret Ghultz Jocelyn Ellert Beatrlce Moyer Helen Dobblns Katherme Kelly Gladys Jones Joyce Wmn Mary Barstow Dorothy Wedegartner Ruth Evans Sage Madden Ruth Mead Hazle Honegger V1v1an Rasmussen Ruth Curtis Grayce Kolbemsveck Marne Chamberlain MZTIOD Phelps Jean Lawson Charlotte Vlck Betty Blanco Esther Lundberg Lllllan Drage Gertrude Peerson Eleanor Houllhan Marlys Dickerson Mary Jones Margaret Lelghty Eleanor Mallay Gladys Reese Dorothy Adams Jean Truman Allce Van Den Akker Lucllle koepke Jeanne Hlll Helen Hardt Florence Gunderson Ellzabeth Douglas Ella Dayles Mlldred Dutro Ellzabeth Bantz Margarette Freeman Margaret Russell SECOND SoPRAwo Marlon Fuller Joy ce Ellert Vlrgmla Brown Kathryn Cavanaugh Evelyn Morgan l 1 Y 1 .I 1 1 s 1' , . . . . , 1' ' ' ' Marion Hill . . . . . L , Y ' 1 ' Y' ' ' ' . , - . , Y - w v- L - w L Beulah Bennett Beatrlce McLaughl1n l unlce Hunstad Carrle Tonne Jullet Kaarbo ALTOS Lucllle Frlberg Fay Qolnday Lorene Soper Dehght Kelly wl0l6t Khllllngstad luellle Zeldler Helen Wolter Gladys Regan Josephme bhannon Ruby McNeary Lavanna Rodman Grace Lewark Ruth Storexm Helen Thomas I A-J.. ARROW I9 ROBERTA BUNmE Actxvmes FRANCES BIRDSYE Sr Endtor JEANNE LEE Humor Lxterary WILLIAM LAMONT Art HELEN DOBBINS Ed In Chxef STEVEN KEANE Jr Edltor WILLIAM ZICK Sports DAN JONFS Bw Mgr ELMER REESE Art ! I I W . -. L. . . , . . , . , . ' ' . . , ..f, .. T. . Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept C c c Oc C Oc c Nov Nov Dec 2 3 27 ARROW 19 l -- SCHOOL CALENDER FA LL SEMESTER School starts even one day earlxer than last year' Fellow sufferers greet one another Wlth a Slckly grln Everyone IS really verv glad to get back though Dauble mtrlgues 115 joyous recrults out to football practice and promlses us a good team Mr Delmer supported by Mr Dunn asks and flnanclal of course The questlon IS Where shall we get even a down payment for our season t1ckets7 Flrst student councll meetlng Mlss Douglas proposes year s actlons Club elect1ons held wlthout a shot tired Junlor and Semor class electlons held very satlsfactorlly G A A has assembly to encourage new members Very 1nsp1r1ng Flrst flunk cards of th1s brlght and shlny year are on thelr way Look out' Three new members are lmtnated mto A club Blg day' In the mornmg Pageant Queen nomlnees were announced and votes cast Great speculatlon gomg on' Beat De La Salle Hlgh 14 to 6 Second team beat Frederlck 12 0 Towns people sat 1n the new stands for first tlme Pageant Day' MHFIOH Nelson crowned queen Ram agaln no parade Junlor Boys sllng mean hot dogs to hungry mob ln bread l1ne T1e wlth Fargo Party huge success Clean up everyone yawmng Lost hard fought game to Watertown Score 19 6 Too bad G A A 1n1t1at1on mltlates found that lce down the back IS not pleasant Ruth Graeber Thelma Hollandsworth Allan Wllhams represent us at press meet ln Brookings G A A k1d party many lce cream suckers eaten Play Barnard Junlor Glrls football banquet gnven Frances Carrler elected next year s captam Start of Thanksglvmg vacatlon Why so much vacatlonp 3 4 Jumor Play The Youngest glven by a double cast huge success 4- W- W W . 10. . 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' ' ' ' we ' Dec Dec Dec Dec an an e e Fe Fe e Fe Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar 'VIar Mar Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr 'Vlay May May May May Mav une june ARROW l95l 9 Flrst meetmg of the new French Club Jumor General no more need be sald Drama club play The Delayed Rehearsal goes to Warner Glee Club Chrlstmas program very beautlfully conducted by MISS Russell to appreclatrve aud1ence We beat Sroux Falls 1n basketball by very close score Hurrah' to Jan 3 LDFISTHTHS and New Year s vac itlon Lost to Watertown by one polnt Sophomore hugh chalr frollc Not much heard of the party but rt lb understood that several of the chlldren had dates' SPRING SEMESTFR Start of new semester Beat by Huron Vacation I mcoln s bnrthday and 1ce carmval G A A hard tlme party Lost game to Mrtchell by one polnt There s a hoodoo around 27 28 Won D1str1ct Tournament by beatmg Barnard by two polnts over tlme perrod Household Arts d1nner 6 7 Reglonal Tournament Senlor General Party after the games School Declamatlon Contest Basketball banquet by Senror Glrls Aprll Fool used as theme Keystone Dlstrlct Declamatlon Contest 27 28 Phxslcal Fducatron Demonstratlon nursery rhyme scheme 3 6 Easter Vacatlon 8 Orchestra Contert 11 Student Councll Amateur Dxscovery Nlght 24 Sophomore class party more dates 28 29 Glee Club Concert 14 15 Senlor Class play drrected by MISS Hammond 22 Fleld Day Arrows lssued 23 Semor Glrls tea 27 Band Concert 29 Junlor Senlor Prom 31 Baccalaureate 1 Song Contest and Honor Nlght 5 Commencement The school year comes to a happy close See you next year maybe' . 13. 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ARROW t9 l V GER 'WAN CLUB Another recent lnnovatlon ln the Way of clubs ln Central Hxgh IS the German Club Der Studentln Verm whlch was orgamzed last fall by the beglnnmg class in German The Club has as 1ts purpose To promote better German speech and to lncrease the use of the facllltles offered by the German language Officers of the Club are FIRST SEMEsTER Pres1dent Kenneth Wllhamson V1ce presldent Mack Ketterlng Secretary and Treasurer Helen Hardt SECONID SEv1EsTER Pres1dent Kenneth W1lhamson Vlce Pres1dent Annabell Ranney Secretary and treasurer Marlon Phelps Students takmg second year German chose the name Rhenonla for the1r club whlch was organlzed durmg the fall semester The oflicers elected for the first twelve Weeks were VICE presldent Al Rlbnxck Secretary Susanne Pfitzner Those eletted for the second twelve Weeks were Pres1dent Bob Tlffany V1ce presldent Teresa Lemer Secretary Elmer Gruhn FRP NCH CL UB Le Cercle Francals lS another club newly organlzed IU Central Hlgh School Thls year brought enough lnterested students to establlsh a French organlzatlon Students vs ho have not studled French do not reallze the bene fit ofthls club but lts purpose has been to brmg French students ln close er contact wlth that language to learn more ot French llterature art muslc customs and to develop more fluent com ersatnon nn the language Second year students orgamzed the club but those who have had one semester of French are ehglble mcludmg of course those who have com pleted the course The club w as of servlce to the school ln that lt presented to the assem bly French programs and lt attempted to brlng students 1n closer contact with the llterarx slde of school 1' he offlcers for the year are Pres1dent Jane Hays Vlce Pres1dent Gladys Shedd Secretary Wanda Avery AdVlSOT Lovllla Hazle a fe - ' as ' - 7 1 1 , v ......... ...... 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Brussell . 7 . . 1 9 X ARROW l9 l rf' NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Phe local D1gn1Oratores club has became a chapter of the Natlonal Forenslc League nat1onal honorary forenslc fratermty Aberdeen Hlgh School has Jomed the Natlonal Forenslc League wh1ch w1ll take the place of the D1gn1 Oratares Club The purpose of thxs Honor Soclety IS to promote the lnterests of mter scholastlc debate oratory and publlc speakmg by encouragmg a Splflt of fellowsh1p and by conferrlng upon deservmg candldates a worthy badge of destlnctlon The followlng Degrees are glven members for earnmg a deslgnated num ber of pomts ln debate oratory declamatory and extemporaneous speaklng Degree of Merlt 10 polnts Honor 30 polnts DlStlHCtlOH 100 polnts The Soclety w1ll hold a dxstrlct contest at Huron the first of Aprll 1931 1n all the above named types of speaking the wmners of wh1ch w1ll compete IH a natlonal contest at Rxpon Wlsconsm the last week IU Aprll Charter Members of the Aberdeen Hlgh School chapter of the League areas follows HarryL Colefcoachl Beryl DeHavenlcoachJ Cecll Monroe fcoachl Joe Sudow Robert Txffany Grace Klmger Roy R16lZ Marjorle Thomas Marvln Calmenson Stephen Keane Frances Blrdseye Mary E Jones and Burton Tlffany KE YSTONE SOCIETY Keystone IS the local chapter of the Natlonal Honor Soclety Its mem bershlp IS llmxted to those Junlor and Semor students ln the upper fourth of thelr respectlve classes ln scholarshlp who excell ln character leadershnp and social servlce Membershlp ln thls SOC1CtX IS coveted as the most dls tmgulshed honor of the school The Aberdeen Hugh School has had a local chapter smce 1926 The act1v1t1es are few because of the nature of the orgamzatnon How ever the orgamzatxon IS always strlvmg to encourage scholarshlp and hlgher ldeals of character The Keystone Scholarshlp Plaque IS awarded to the home room wh1ch ranks hlghest or shows the greatest lmprovements ln grades for each SIX weeks The Character banner IS awarded to the home room havmg the least number of absences tardxes and d1sc1pl1nary cases ln each SIX weeks period of the school term 5 ' Q! 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ARROW l9 l VIVIAN DYER THELMA HoLLANDswoRTII MARTIN SWENSEN ORPHEUS MEYERS YVILLIAM ZICK JANE WELLS RUTH GRAEBEII ALLAN WILLIAMS QUILL AND SCROLL Qulll and Scroll Internatlonal Honorary Soclety for Hlgh School Jour nalIsts was founded ID 1926 and orgamzed In Aberdeen HIgh In 1927 There are four tests a student must pass to become a member ot thlS honorary SOCl6ty he must be scholastlcally In the upper thxrd of hIs hlgh school class he must be recommended for membershlp by the supervlsor of JournalIstIc work In hIs hlgh school or by the commIttee govermng publ1catIons and he must be approved as bemg worthy of membershlp bv the natlonal soclety The InItIatIon for Qulll and Scroll are held twIce a year W1llIam Z1Ck PresIdent Martln Swensen VICE PrsIdent jane Wells Secretary Treasurer and VIvIan Dyer The new members ofthe club are Alan Wlll13mS Thelma Hollandsworth Ruth Graeber and Orpheus Meyers he must have done distinctive work in some phase of high school journalismg l I ' S I - . : , l 9 A ' maaaow 19 1 DEBA TE Bic EICHT DEBATE CHAMPIONS 1930 TOP ROW Joseph Sudow Thomas OBr1en Mr Cole BOTTOM ROW Frances Blrdseye Dena budow Ellnor Kraushaar The members of the Bug Erght are Watertown Sioux Falls Madrson Brookmgs Yankton Mrtchell Huron and Aberdeen December 18 Aberdeen affurmatrve defeated Huron negatrve January 21 Ab rdeen negatlve defeated Watertown afhrmatlve January '30 Aberdeen afflrmattve defeated Madlson negatlve January 3l Aberdeen afflrmatrve defeated Brookmgs negatlve February 7 Aberdeen negatrve defeated Mltchell ahirmatlve March 7 Aberdeen negatlve defeated Yankton affirmatlve The Natronal Forensrc League honorary fOI'6IlSlC fraternlty for hugh Mr Monroe Mlss DeHaven and Mr Lole are the advlsers of thrs group The charter members of the Aberdeen chapter of the National Iforenslc L 347118 ire Joseph Sudow Burton 'llffany Steven Keane Frances Blrdseye Marvm Calmenson Harrls Patterson Marv Ellzabeth jones. Roy Rretz Grace Klmger and Robert Tlffany The Natlonal League confers degrees of dlstlnctron commensurate wlth the students attamments rn forensrc skull and 1t1s hoped that thus orgamzatron Wxll set lngher standards IH pubhc speakmg skrll for Aberdeen students The orgamzatlon sponsors a state tournament at Huron rn Aprxl 1931 and a Natlonal tournament at RIDOH WISCONSIN the last of Aprml l I I . , 7 ' ' : ' 5 ' . , ' , ' . I l 9 . ! ' ! I 7 ! ' , e ' ' ' ' . schools, granted a charter to the local Digni Oratores club in February, 1931. 9 A ? - vi xl ' 1 , l 5 -, 7 ' -' 9 , ' 7 Y T 3 ' ' ARROW l9 l I l DEBA TE CL UB The Debate Club th1s year was organlzed Into three dlstmct unlts the Sophomore the Junlor and Semor clubs Each club had ltS own separate otflcers and members to represent them In Inter class debates These Inter class debates were held for two purposes flrst to permlt more students to debate and second to choose representatlves for Inter school actIvIt1es The Inter school debates were won by the Junlors as they won more debates than any other class The class representatlves were as follows SENIOR AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE JUNIOR AFFIRMATIVE Burnton Bruse Bob Tlffany Marvm Calmenson Burton Tlffany Joe Sudow MHUFICC Squlre Joe Sudow JUNIOR NEGATIVE SOPH AFFIRMATIVE SOPH NEGATIVE Steven Keane Bermce Rlbmck Phyllls F edje Frances BIrdseye Mary E Jones Roy Rletz Kenneth Hanson Aberdeen Joms the Natlonal Forenslc League thIs year so thls glVCS the debaters another tournament to partlclpate In b6Sld6S the one held annually In the state at the close of the regular scheduled season The fIrst squad debaters for thls year are Joe Sudow Steven Keane Frances BIrdseye and MarvIn Calmenson Questlon Resolved that Cham Stores are Detrlmental to the Best In terest of Amerlcan Commumtles Z ! l i l I L . . . . 3 , . . - - ' 1 . . . . ' I 1 v , . JZTJXRROW K9 l ELIZABETH DOUGLAS GEORGE YEAGER JOE SUDOW WILLLIAM ZICK LIEVILLA BRADFORD HELEN DOBBINS JANE HAYS GLADYS SHEDD MERLE SLOAN DAN JONES ARROW lO5l ANNIAI SUNG CONIEST AAD HOAOR INIFHT lhe wmners of the contests of 1930 were as follovxs the Song Contest Class of 1930 the Yell Contest Class of 1952 Other speclal awards and prwes were A I'Hl If IIC S 'l he I Ions Club Lertlflc ite ln Athletlcs Fred Graeber IIPIIC SIPAKIV Bassett Medal IH Debate Dena Sudow Ou en Kmg jr Medal ln lJLllJllL Speakmg Jane McDowell B xoth I rwe ln Debate Thom is fJBI'lSI1 I LH! IIAIIUAS Olvun Angell Prlze III jour nallsm Vlvlan Dyer Federatlon Award m Llterarx Work john Gannon 1115511 Monday Musltal Club Med tl C eorgza Llllxan Kemper C M st St P Womens Club lJI'lfCS m Muslc Harry Walker Jane McDowell and Llmor Kraushaar George Harms Prxfe IH lXfll,1SlC Leon Everson Illt 411A IIC S Hall Prlfe IH Dramatlcs Foster F1e SC H01 A11 SHIP jewett Prlze ln Scholarshlp Helen Dobblns Northwestern Pubhc Servlce Award 1n Soclal scnence Thomas O Brren and Edna Davles How ard Medal ln Soclal Servlce Thomas O Br1en Rann y Medal IH Science Francls Sauer Sudow Medal IH Mathematncs Francls Sauer Huffman Medal ln Lommerclal Bernardyne Schmldt J C Penney Medal ln Home Fconomlcs Vlolet Anderson Artz Medal 1n Art Elmer Reese Latln Llub Medal ln Latm Dena Sudow Amerlcan Prmt Shop Medal m Prmtmg Donald Stableln Federated Jew elers Award Bernardyne Schmxdt A F Mtllegan Award 1n Scholarshlp Elmor Kraushaar Student Councll Award Helen Ihde .SE N IUR UEUORIAL As a memorlal to the school the semor class presented the school mth a tuba and an oboe J y v v v 1 v rw w v v 1 L 4 , 1 A A I ZR.: ' Y ' , l ', L. 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U W v ' I ARROW l95l ORCHESFRA An 01 g'1nIzatIon whlch has been of value from several standpolnts to the students of Central HIgh IS the orchestra Under the dlrectlon of Robert Herman the orchestra has played for class plays presented a concert after Christmas shared honors wlth the glee clubs In the Chrlstmas f6SflV3l, and entered the mu IC contest thls sprmg DIRECTOR ROBERT HERMAN ACCOMPAINIST HFLEN DOBBINS ASSISTANT ACCOMPANIST KATHERINE VAN WALKER FIRsT VIOLINQ MHUYICC Dobbms LeoII Everson Orvxlle Helmka Dorothy Ellswo th Marle Chamberlam Wllllam Pagones Raymond Parrot Lloyd Wllson Alvln Sklbsrud Francls Brlscoe FI UTE Olwm Ackley Maurme Martm SECOND VIOLINS Stella Fuller Theodora Dlnapoula Lucllle Fuller VIoI A Clalre Ellsworth Raymond Parrott SAXAPHONE Vnolet Berta Marian Fuller Leshe Nelson CORNINS Paulme Roberts Dean Sheppard Robert Van House Walter Osterholt Ralph Carlson Donald Moe CELLO CI ARINET Maynafd Buck Katherme Van Walker DRUMS and TYMPANI Rudolph Houge Robert Hlll Earl Van House -----l---- , A . I c . 1 H s , - D . . ' 4 L 1 . . 4 v- A 4 1 ARROW l95l 1- 1.3. BA ND TvT D. T 3 ' . l - , l I fog Q, A 'EMR A ROBERT HERMAN. DIRECTOR HAROLD IHDE, DRUM MAJoR l I . C A 4 ZS . . v ' f 2 ' I LoRxr IS Ralph Unlson Donald Nloe john Carlson Thomas lxlme Robert Lisell My ron Mall ly Franklm Kohl Waldemar Schrelber Lllfford R lpstem I ROMBUNI s Harold johnel Hertley Dent Robert Hnsth If RINLH HORN Rlthard Brott Ll ARINEIS PILLOIO AND FLUTE I ce Bunk Katherme Vin Walker john Jensen Norman Houge Harrns McLaughlm Donald Hlckenbotham Harold Stokes Robert Haw lex 5AxAPHoxFs lVlar1an Fuller H nold lhdc john Pagones Wllllam Polson Otis Funstan Olwln Ackley A1 TO HORN Theron Harmon Amon Reynolds TUBAS Wlllard Wlpf Cuy Grapp DRUMS Lee Larmme Howard Leach Charles Losacker BARI FONEN Robert H1ll Gerald Grotbeck ARROW l l DE CLA MA TI ON The increased interest in declamatlon this year was evidenced by the large number of pupils entered 1n this curricular The class tournaments were not only large but were closely contested The students chosen to represent their class in the school contest were as follows Seniors dramatic Phyllis Wilson humorous Eleanor Suttle oratorxcal Robert Tiffany Juniors dramatic Steven Keane humorous Marjorie Thomas oratory Robert Andrus Soph dramatic James Fitzpatrick humorous Gladys Regan The Sophomores had no representative ln the oratorical dlvislon The winners of the school contest who were chosen to represent Aber deen ln the district contest at Ipswich were dramatic Steven Keane humor ous Marjorie Thomas oratory Robert Tlffany At the district contest Aber deen received only one first place with Steven Keane receiving first in the dramatic section Robert Tiffany placed second m the Oratorlcal division Steven represented the district at Pierre ln the divisional tournament and test was held in Aberdeen and Steven placed second The students also represented Aberdeen at the National Forensic League s state tournament held at Huron The wlnnlng selections in the school and those used 1n the inter school tournaments were Dramatic The Tell tale Heart Steven Keane Humorous The Vlllage Dressmaker Marjorie Thomas Oratory Pillars of the Temple Robert Tiffany - 1 . . . : -I 3 Q - , , 2 , 5 h , , 1 1 , D 3 D , n 3 . ' -3 ' . . 3 . . 1. ' 1 v v ' ' also won first place there, entitling him to enter the state contest. This con- ' . Y! - YY mmalaaaow l95l WMTEM rf rrm f gf 1896! BURTON CARROLL HELEN SWENS LEVINGS GWEN DOROTHY JEAN JOE RONALD BOB PEP CLUB In 1927 a club was started ln hxgh school for the purpose of lnsplrmg enthuslasm and pep ln athletics and keepmg up the morale of the student body The name was changed to Pep Club and under the advlsorshlp of Mr Byrne It has endeaverd to l1ve up to 1tS name Membershlp IS composed of three song leaders and yell leaders from each class elected by thelr respective classes Three all school song and three all school yell leaders are elected by the club and also achref song and yell lead er from these Martm Swenson served as Chlef yell leader and Helen Dob blns as song leader Offlcers for the year were President Secretary Treasurer SENIOR JUNIOR Bud Tonner chlef Martm Swensen chief Carroll Easton Casper Heuer Burton Tlffany Ronald O Rexlly Helen Dobblns chlef Dorothy Bennett chlef Dorothy Gossard Fern Donlan Gwendolyn Hye Marlon Wedegartner Martm Swenson Bud Tonner Gwendolyn Hye SOPHOMORE Levmgs Johnson chlef Joe Lydon Bob Hansen Jean Hlll chief Evelyn O Brlen Kenneth Hansen 5 Y as Vice-president: f f f f C f i i C C f fffffflffffflf' . .Helen Dobbins ARROW l95l l FIRST QEMESTER BLUE AND GOLD The senlor class m Journallsm edlted the Blue and Gold our hlgh school paper every two weeks agam thls year A paper was publlshed three weeks after the beglnmng of school and then the staff put out an ed1t1on every two weeks Speclal edltlons were worked out for Pageant Day Thanksglvmg Day Chrlstmas and for the flrst tlme ln the hlstory of the school a mld year lssue was publlshed Only one staff was elected for the semester whlle formerly two staffs each edltlng the paper for mne weeks perlod were elected A new staff was appomted for the Chrlstmas lssue ln order that others of the staff could learn and undertake the responslbxllty of taklng charge of the paper Both staffs worked well and efliclently and gave thelr best at all tlmes Those assumlng chlef responslblllty of puttlng out the paper were those elected at the beglnn mg of the year and put out the paper for all but one edltlon Ruth Graeber edltor ln chief Allan Wllllams who was busmess manager and Orpheus Meyers the efllclent advertlslng manager The rest of the staff whlch was very Important and helpful 1n gettlng stories and cooperatmg at all times were as follows Dorothy Hardt Thelma Hollandsworth Merle Stoddard Beulah Bennett Wanda Avery Gladys Shedd Shlrely Polson Gwen Plummer Margaret Russell Norma Wllllamson Edna Kester Boyd Connell Helen Bowell Raymond Neudlgate VlOl6t Schllllng stad Arthur Werth and Ralph Palmlter v A Y , . 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' 9 1 1 y v Y 7 Y Y Y ! 7 Y , . gnglgow l9 l S11 COND SFMESTER BLUE AND GOLD The twelfth blrthday of the Blue and Gold was celebrated October 1919 by a debut number 'I h1s was an attractlve booklet of two columns Slmllaf to the Pageant Day folder now The paper had been suspended several years durmg the war but under the dlrectxon of Mr Delmer new lmpetus was creat ed for a school publlcatlon Smce then twelve more years have passed success fully and progresslvely for the Blue and Gold In 1922 a three column paper was mtroduced Thls proved very satis factory to the student body until 1927 Durxng that time the Blue and Gold entered the South Dakota Hlgh School Press Assocxatlon at nts second annual meeting and has entered every year slnce then When the Central Hlgh publlcatlon advanced to five Columns xt was nec essary to have lt hnotyped mstead of hand set so xt passed from the Hlgh School Prmt Shop to the Amerlcan News offlce AdV6ftlSlI1g was then 1nst1 tuted to pay for the expense of publlcatlon The Blue and Gold Staff of the Spring 1931 was revlsed somewhat to mcrease competency An edntor and managmg editor together assumed the duties of the former editor ln chlef An edltorlal wrlter was created to further speclallzatxon Speclal Easter and Close of Schorl numbers were lssued Fulfilllng asslgnments of the clty edltor and makmg newspaper dum mnes occupled the Journallsm students not engaged 1n regular current ser vlces necessary for the lssue of the Blue and Gold I V 1 A 4 , 1 , . . . . . s - ' w . i , . , - v . 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ARROW l9 l DRAMA CL UB Lzghts and Shadows OFFICERS President Jane Hays VICE Presldent Eleanor Suttle Sec Treas Naoml Mallory Advlsors Mlss DeHaven MISS Hammond Mr L1nn The Drama club was organlzed ln Hlgh School just thls past year There was to start wlth a conslderable number of charter members These combmed Wlth all the members ellglble by the constltutlon and those m1t1a ted 1UtO the club made lt one of conslderably large membership The organlzatlon was lntended for and has tr1ed to be a servlce club to the Hlgh School Asslgned commlttees took up varlous proJects that would help 1n some way to further success ln some dramatlc act1v1ty The mam purpose has been to mterest students IH and further dramatlcs ln Hlgh School In order to do thls the club has worked up one act plays for assem bly club and out of school presentatlon Some of the outstanding plays taken up have been The Delayed Re hearsal Hls First Dress Sult Knave of Hearts Nlght at an Inn Two Slatterns and a Kmg and The Other Kltty Membershlp IS attamed by I'6CClV1I'lg credlt and the approval of the drama lnstructor presentlng the requlred tryout at a t1me designated by the club recewmg drama awards takmg part ln an 1nter class declamatory contest and taklng part 1n a class play 1 4 ' ra Y Y . , , . . 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Y , Y 1 v ' ' ' - . u ,Y if ' ' ' Y, 'Q l, fl ' Y, ff a 1 a a ' YY YY ' 'Y 1 1 y ' 2 Si ARROW l95l HI TRI CLUB The H1 I'r1 Club consists of sophomore junior and Senior girls who meet once a week in the Y W C A for an hour and a halfof business and social activity The oihcers this year were President lVIarJor1e Thomas Secretary Margarette Freeman Treasurer Mabel Bleick 'lhe object of the club in direct aecordance with the Y W C A is to provide those ideals and convictions which help a girl to live as a Christ ian of her age should G racious in manner lmpartlal m Judgement R eady for service L oyal to friends R eachmg toward the best E rnest purpose S eelng the beautiful E ager for knowledge R everant to God V ictorious over self E ver dependable Sincere at all times W iz:: Vice President - - Maurine Lindquist ARROW t9 l STUDENT COUNCIL HE STUDENT COUNCIL the representatlve body of the students gs E IS composed of fifty members one boy and one glrl elected from 0 l each home room Each member must have certam qual ca c U t1OHSWl'1lCl'1 are taken Into conslderatlon at the tlme of theelectlon The purpose of the Counc1l IS to sponsor proJects havlng a defin 1te value to the Whole student body and to promote all Worth Whrle 3Ct1Vl lt18S Dxscusslon IS held on each proposed project and dlfferent VIEW pomts are stated before the fmal declslon lS made So all questlons relalng to stu dent actlvltles are submltted to th1s group The major accomphshments for thls past year were the formulatmg of regulat1onsfor makmg Pageant Day an all student affalr and the general supervlslon for thls day the rev1s1on of the handbooks the general furmsh mgs of the club room and sponsormg the collectlon of donatlons from students for Chrxstmas boxes for the Salvatlon Army A Talent Dlscovery Nlght was planned and carrled out durmg the second semester for the pur pose of dlscoverlng talent among the members of the student body and for the purpose of ralsmg funds to finance the act1v1t1es of the Council No defmlte schedule of meetlng was arranged but meetmgs were held when any busmess warranted them The Counc1l had a successful year ln all lts undertaklngs and has proven lts worth to the school M1ss Mercy Douglas IS the advlsor of the Student Counc1l or r 1 h r - ' ,ily .X V ' l I s . lfi - phi-JV ' . . . . . . . fm:-HN: . . . . ' J - . , ' , . M--M-:4ll2l2OW l9 l fu-f": ,, THEODORE SUNDAHL Miss DOUGLAS advmsor MAURICE SQUIRE KATHERINE KELLY GEORGE DRESSELHUYS ELLA DAVIES STEVEN KEANE STUD! NI' CABIZXET HE STUDENT COUNLIL CABINET lS the Organlzatlon body of the Student LOUDCII The Qablnet IS chosen from the representatlves Of the Louncll and the duty of thls group lS tO assemble materlals and Orgamze suggestions mto ss ell formed plans for actlvltles and then L submlt these to the LOunc1l for approval Or rejectlon Each Of the Cabmet members lb asslgned speclal respOns1b1l1ty The Cablnet conslsts Of the followlng Officers Presldent George Dres selhuys Vlce Presrdent Steven Keane Secretar5 Ella Davles Treasurer Katherme Kellv Ted Sundahl and Maurlce SQUITG are the Semor and Junlor members respectlvelx 'I he Lablnet members are chosen m respect to class The presldent IS a semor vlce presldent a Jumor secretary a sophmore and treasurer from any class The Other two members Of the group are chosen trom the classes to make up a group Of three sennors tuo Jumors and One sOphOmOre These members serx e tor One year , IV 7' . 1 Y.f"7 ! , T f ' L f ' I 1'-L+ A A 1 . . . ll-: gl vwakry- -,K , . ,' . . i . lff' if . . . ,link wt. 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Y! -3: ARROW l95l 22 MONITOR BOARD The Nflonltor Board IS an organlzatlon of boys who have been selected from the home rooms to act as monltors to malntaln orderllness and prompt courtesy ID the halls They have complete control and can lmpose punlshment upon any student who refuses to obey thelr rules As a result more than one haughty flapper and more than one boy has had to sweep floors and take gum from the floor that some unmlndful person has d6DOSlt6d there The Board has devlsed a new system whlch IS to have two chalrmen to take care of the mOUltOf5 fhls does not leave all the work to one but helps the advlser as well as the students The chalrmen are Rlchard Funge and Harry Fuller The advlser lb Mr Delmer The flrst and second semester the followlng members were on the board Francls Brlsco Doug Knudson Cecll Everson Don Brennan Elmer Reese Lee Bensley Thomas Klng Oscar Zeller Marcus Pavey Robert Steele Rlch ard Funge Harry Fuller Clarence Nelson Ed Chamberlln Charles Branson Henr Barlow Rudolph Houge Bob Olson Ed Cook Rlchard Slme Bob Hanson Donold Shlfflett George Humphrey Donold Heydlauff Emll May Llncoln Webb Elmer Douglas Carl Hunstad Carl Sundahl George Rennlx Eddle Walllor Don Foss Jack Lllly L ' 7 7 1 Y . . 1 . . .1 1 . -s v r 1 y 1 1 x 1 v ' 1 . y v v v , if ' J 1 , v v 1 s v x 1 s , 1 9 v a , a 1 ' .ff -,, 4:5 LQTEQAY-:Y L ARROW l9 l TH ILIFHT Phe Jagged skylme changed Prom pale gold to mauve to gray Slowly one by one lhe hrst lamps ofthe evenmg Swung the1r amber beads Into the tw1l1ght At the slght of the d1m ereseent That was the moon The round red sun bunk from slght as A sweet fa1ry tale malclen Blushmg at the s1ght Of 1 lox ed one ll1e bum erowd thlnned A lull IS the Lurtam ol nlght Slowly tell IIKQIIIS sl1rr3 shmmg I weryw here brlghtness Ag 1111 the Ivenues hummed Nou 1 gaxer lJTlgllIt'l' b1pp1er Lrowd Seekmg new l1ughs new th11lls lhe slender moon mnked Xnd berkoned to the sun Her Vlgll W 1s done Bvtfu Llllfllflllflll UNI' CHARLICTPR IS1g brown arms tlashmg ln the suds I ou er and strength Xet ItIlClt'I too lfl 111s ol meru Imm uul ate sp lflxllllg vs ashlng ls her lJlLl'xL1IOLlIlCl So xx ell more SNIIIH hel LI111 uter She slugs 111 1 mlm your Xl l11lf Illlllllllg' 11 Tlllgfllltf I1 mgmg I understood her song Ie1 teeth uhm I heard her smg lt But senrhlng non I Lan IICIIIIEIA End her no1 her song furnnf I ""'7T"'i'I I 'LL' 'L 1, I c - c , Y 7 ' , , , ' 1 , . , . - Y z 1 . , . , c , 4x V V l ' N . 2 a 5 , ,N I , As 21 cloud came her way: I I .X , 1: . . 1 1 , v I ' -l cf Lf ,,, I Y f 1 Y , ' ' f w fs . u v. v c . v , 1 ' z .Q 2 ' 'cg X 1 1 ' x-1' - - 1 -. . . 1 ., I , . 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' 2 -' . , ' ., x ' 7 ' ' 1 . 1 . c , J .' . . , A , i' ' - ' ' .ew ARROW l9 l a SKILI, UR LUCK It was a bleak September morning that found us huddling in some rush- es awaiting dawn Only a few rods distant we could hear the quacking of the ducks in the Sand Lake reserve There we sat on the cold damp ground about ten yards apart The rushes afforded very little shelter from the biting cold wind as it swlshed in from the north A rush of wmgs Ah I Never mind the cold In a few minutes we would be shooting ducks on all sides of us As you know the State law permits no hunting before one half hour of sunrise so we waited for Old Sol to come peeping over yon hill He arrived at last and we prepared to give the ducks the surprise of their lives and the last surprise of their lives if possible Mark' hoarsly whispered a neighbor and every eye scanned the heav ens There they were coming straight over us but driven by the wind they were advancing fast and were there and gone before we could shoot I became aware of the cold again and slipped on my gloves which I had removed at the sun s appearance Mark' came the cry again and this time I got a shot an easy one as they were battling against the wind Number one Skill or luck? Skill of course would be the answer of the shooter Then came three teals with the wind Leading them plenty I prepared to shoot Bang' My friend shot before I did I noticed the first one fall With out hesitating I swung my gun in line for the next But it too was falling Strange I had heard but one shot In my bewilderment I let the third duck go by Turning toward my friend I found him with a blank expression Did you shoot? he asked No I answered Well then I guess I got both with one shot he replied Was it skill or luck? Luck of course' Hadnt I noticed the bewildered expression? Time after time we both tried to duplicate the feat but neither could being thankful when one fell So in years to come my friend will take his grandchildren on his knee and tell them of the tlme when he had with uncanny sighting dropped two luck' he will answer Skill of course Such is human nature Sidney Velson It SI9fv'f'j? P 6? 'S' Y .fx I ' I ! 7 ' Y 7 , . 7 7 ll H ' ' n 7 ' ' W 7 7 I ' 7 Y rr ' 19 ' - - Y 7 7 wind driven teals with one shot. And if they were to ask him, "Was it skill or . 7 , if Y -vv ' :5?g.L"L-" fy G'- ARROW I9 l A L TUMX Tlng a Ilng' Tlng a llng' Hello Is thls aught one' No You have the Wrong number Thls IS aught um I beg xour pardon but mv hearlng dlffers Dld I hear you say autumn? Abfiolutelv Dld lou thlnk It was the lllnd blowlng about? Well all we hope IS that nelther the wlnd nor lou become as vlolent as you sound Clang' Bang' Well thats th lt Another wrong number And that IS just what We thlnk autumn IS Good grlefl Arent the days subsequent to the flrst report cards drearl enough vulthout the thoughts of autumn' llhls tlnle of year uiuallx brlngs Chllls any way vvlth themeb feature storles cold wmds drearv days numeroue other klllloys Theoretlealll Npeaklng lt lb OI'IIIIlDOt6fIt of eomplllng a multltude of Ig HOTTIIIIIOLIS frllstratlolls and other expresslons of repressed dligustatlons Summlng up a recommended dehnltlon ot autumn would be to thls et feet one of n lture Q VILCS prob lblj, devlees ln lx hlch she ventures to CK pres enough agonles NVIth vwhlch to prevent the persons of thle reglon from beeomlng too over lov ous Nevertheless lxlthout IJCCOIIIIIIQ' edltorlal It mlght be suggeeted that one should not let llte get the better of one just bear up and lo and behold one reeovers through efforts th lt once seemed valn Imaglne saylng that to the Ieat rakerb ln autumn tlme' Um oth I1 Gosxzlr fl I r X, ,J 7 f , Y A 1 V ' . . . .1 Y 4 ' ' ., , 1 . v . , . . 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FHIEX DSHII 9 I rlendslnps are of many klnds And ne tormed by kmdred mlnds lhey are gamed lll tune of need Ur because of some kmd deed Most laet only for an mstant Some laet only for an hour Lew last for 1 month or tyyo And some teyy tor ey ermore lark fvzflma PU! IL S A1 ll Pupll s of Aberdeen Hlgh School Wlntb would you rather be m ister or tool ' What are you 5tl'1Vll'lg for learnlng on lueld H lmmer anvll be etrlke or be struuc lhe boys of today are the men of tomorroyy What yvlll your future be success or sorroyy ' Now then my boy dont trust to lutk H lmmer or 1ny1l be strlke or be struck Celzu lla an fl """'-?t'f "'i1.,,....- li:-V, . - - V 7 . 4 - c X , 1 . , . 7 , v v - v 7 . , . , . ,Q ' 1 , 1 1 I s 1 , ,- ' Y x . , 7 ' , Y, 7 v l 1 1 ' ' X . Q ,, . . . , Y . - - w v J 1 A I ' , ' ., , y . . . D , L .1 'S . . H , Q v . v .. , , , - 1 ., 4. c , X . v-,F ' A ., , . .- ' ' . . , , v 3 a v ., . . 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Q zR'lY"'lY ' ARROW l9 l ADVANTAGES OF AN EDUCATION Translatxons and deflnltlons culled from our brlghtest students A pretty flock of cows goes to the watermg trough How proper the cat tle are' The troop of hens cackhng were looklng for llttle green worms ID the dues who had come out ln the nlght to get a drmkl The street was blocked wlth soldlers some stretched out others folded up wlth thelr heads on thelr nap sacks I stlll see those muddy feet the worn out souls holy coats The small blulsh day enveloped everythmg 1n xts pale hght and the pale sun arose IH the mxst whlle the bayonets of the sentmels were flymg among the last stars In the blulsh dawn the red sun was shmmg 1n the west' The archltect suddenly got an lllummous ldea and saw the 1mag1nat1on of the plan he looked for all day Er war Lehrer he was empty Va porter bolre a ce cheval go carry beer to that horse Teacher Wllllam show Mack your Taschentuch W1ll1am stlcks out hrs tongue In French He put h1s ear to the key hole hopmg to see through Teacher Do any of you remember the Great War? Where were you then? Swens In klltsl DGf'Il'1ltlOH of an absent student One aflllcted Wlth hear trouble or n1h1l studlorum cured usually by applxcatlon at the office Ofthe Hall Lover s lane teachers s pam Janltorlnsane that s plaml' SENIOR CIAbS COMPIPTES' HLGE PROJECT At a recent meetmg of the Senlor Class a 11st of games was suggested tor the purpose of dr1v1ng dull care away durmg free perlods Each senlor has reported contemplatmg hours on games that would be mterestlng to all races and types of future students The Farmer IH the Dell was suggested by Norman Rlstau the soclal l1on Bull 1n the R1ng by Alvm Osterholt whele as Vera Hatten preferred Spm the Platter Luclle Zeldler was strong for Button Button Whos got the button? whlle Jack Zextlow preferred Drop the Handkerchlef I'leanor Suttle suggested Tag and joe Sudow liked Gomg to Jerusalem tthls IS a game of coursej George May wanted Hop Scotch lwe thlnk he meant 'hops and scotches J Blll Zlck wanted Four Flts and Allan Wllllams suggested Parlor Rugby we belleve however that thls IS a tr1fle rough for Allan When Bob Tlffany suggested Post Offlce all the gurls thought lt tlme to xx alk out We thought that Go IH and out the Wlndows would have been more or less apropos but perhaps Lloyd Wllson and others do not stay out so late as that il 1 . 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X Frwln H No m am Miss DeHaven Well What have vou read' lfrvnn H Red Halr Mlss Harrlson m Algebra What IS an exponent' Harold Jahnel An 1d1osyncrasy psycho physlcally accentuated conspmcuously consplcuous by contradlstnncuon from extemporaneous aggregatlons VIZ by ponderoslty DOIIIDOSIIY amblguoslty Ole Olson Just home from Sunday school Dld Moses suffer from dyspepsxap lrrltable parent How the dlckens do I know? Ole Well anyway he was glven two tablets We always laugh at Cole s Jokes No matter how bad they be Not because thex re funnv Jokes But because It s pollcy What a fate poor Easton has met He fell 1n love wxth a suffragette jackie Zletlow IU p ace lles dead Hxs wlfe was taller than by a head Pray for tne soul of Arthur Werth For he had chmbed lnto the wrong berth . I QV !1 ' ' 1 . . . . , Q L. , t ' V . . . Y K. , . v v 1 - J- I ' 5 r v w 4 1 L ADD . 1 n y! r u ,y, ' ' - ' . :Q vi vw 4 . . - . u vu . . . ' ' ll 7 77 4 . . K - i I re 'vu . . , . H . 1 ' Y! 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