Central High School - Scarlet Feather Yearbook (Red Wing, MN)

 - Class of 1936

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"+-'-.'lfY:.z- 1 152: -ri? ,. 4.1- "Q, -,..22-F iv- s 'f ff H-. ' -, 171 XX Ef MLM f 5ff!J iw ,E E wi W Q5-l-H-59: ,MQW THE SCARLET FEATHER NINETEEN THIRW-SIX RED WING-HIGH SCHOCSE Vw of KQQQ, Wwfikim , M 5 ffslrliiiljif SCARLET FEATHERASTAFF N Qilwr wp Edilor-in-Chief ....,.... .....,.............. E DITI-I LANGLEY Associale Edilor .... .... E DMUND MANOGUE Malce-up Edilor... ..... FRANCES BENTLEY Ari Edilor ....,. ........................... J OYCE CARLSON EDITORIAL STAFF Ross Thorfinnson Roberl Tebbe Donald Johnson James Cool: Margarel Graff lone I-ledlund Doris Thorlinnson Verna Borlie Genevieve Kasimor Edifh Anderson Verna Volh Irene Diclce Mildred Johnson Margare? Plaarnan Doris Wold Dorolhy Wold Richard Reilman Cameron Hoff Marion Swanson Loraine Olson SENIOR ISSUE COMMITTEES QUOTATIONS: Edmund Manogue, Margy Nelson, Billie Chic- quefle, Royce Ives, Pauline Hall, Joyce Carlson, Elizabelh Daniels, Richa rd I-lawkinson. ATHLETICS: Cameron I-lofi, Jean Dixon. CALENDAR: Margarel Johnson, Margaref Taylor. STATISTICS: Verna Volh, Faylhe Comsloclc. CLUBS: Verna Borlie, Helen I-lausfein. HONOR SOCIETIES: Loraine Olson. FEATURE AND FACULTY PAGES: Vincenl Johnson, Donald John- son, Francis Vollmers. MUSIC PAGES: Francis Vollmers. STUDENT COUNCIL: Joyce Johnson. TYPIST: Lucille Swanson. - PROOF READERS: Olive Gehrman, Doris Wold, Dorolhy Wold, Faylhe Comsloclc, Elizabelh Daniels, Rulh Erickson, Jean Ser- vick. Doris Thorfinnson, Ross Thorfinnson. BUSINESS MANAGER: Vincenf Johnson. ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER: Ross Thorlinnson ADVISERS EDITORIAL STAFF ....,..........,.... .... M iss Groellum PRODUCTION ....,.. ,,.. M iss Fauslqee X. K i fi I . 1 r 1 SJ xx' Q X5 as Q: S IQ 'DEDICATION V5 GEORGE S. OLSEN Our Principal I+ is in a spiril of sincerily and grafilude +ha+ we dedicale 'rhis Senior Issue fo Mr. George S. Olsen, our principal and friendly adviser. The inilialion of sludenl governmenl and ihe revision of lhe acfivilies program are bul 'rwo of Mr. Olsen's accomplishmenls lhis year. His achievemenls, however, are nol all 'rangible as is exemplified by lhe high morale lypical of 'rhe s+uden+ body. Words ere, afler all, a poor lribule. The line cooperalion which lhe s+uden'rs have displayed 'foward Mr. Olsen, in ilself, bears leslimony of his splendid success. 'lhfnj M1511 fi .M Top row: Roberl McNish, Donald K. Lewis, Lael W. Yagqy, O. E. Baklce. Fiflh row: Lawrrnce ibson, Mariorie Gray, Jean Srnilh, G. V. Kinney, Dwight Chinnock. Fourrh row: George S. Olson, Amanda Anderson, Harry Howe, Clarice Kaasa, Kafherine Yosl, Lucille Holler, Siqne Anderson. Third row: Frances Arrnsrronq, Doris Richardson, Emily Fearherslone, Rosella Groerlurn, Marion Welch. Sec- ' ond row: Irene Lundouisl, Alice Anderson, Evelyn Anderson, Luella B. Crandall Mary Curran, Marqarel' Blanchard, Anne Norby. Firsl rvow: Laura Bakke, Jeanelle Lidberq, Evelyn Pearson, Thelma Anda, Mary Perlcinsf'-Evelyn Fauskee, Virginia Olsen. 4 OUR FACULTVi2fi:fQf4"ZE4ef0kTV 2445! My G. V. KlNNEY ........ .. .. .. . .. ,.., Superinlendenl GEORGE S. OLSEN, ,, ,..,,...,,... ...... . Principal ENGLISH LANGUAGES "'2,l,"4ZXf " ""i""" ' Frances Arrnslronq Signe Anderson ,Ll ' ky .J ..-'gil Rosella Groellurn Marion Weich ' -G Jeanelle Lidberq !j'Lq,,,,.fv,'f4LiL,..,' -L J Y-14' Anne Norby SOCIAL SCIENCES I V E H I -',. . .-3, -lean Smilli Eyelyn Anderson ":"i'!i"i" rl-A, 1 ' Alma Sunde Marqarel Blanchard 4,,f44wf--L J 21114, Vlfqlflla Olson Luella B. Crandall ' I I ' ! Kdllierinff YOST Mrs. E. Fealherslone i. cf' ' 'i "T 'xiii Agnes Geib bgjrwf' SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Lucille Holler " PRA Alice Anderson Laura Balrlce O. E. Balclce Lawrence Gibson Clarice Kaasa D. K. Lewis Slacy Olson Evelyn Pearson CTICAL ARTS D. D. Chinnoclc Mary Curran l-l. E. l-lowe Mary Perlcins BUSINESS Thelma Anda Evelyn Eauslcee SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS R. C. Johnson, Direclor of Alhlelics Doris Richardson, Girls' Physical Educalion L. VV. Yaggy, Music Nlariorie Gray, Arl Esiher l-loyer, Public Speaking Amanda Anderson, Librarian Roberl McNish, Coach SIENIICDIQS ihyxli I y .Juv 3' NORMAN xxuoansvorflf liodesly beiorpesiia young man. Band, 2, 3, 4, Produclion Slallg R. W. Music Council 4 JJ . . VIRGI I N if es I o in I s al 7 fm aclr es Q ' G. A ,2, .47 D um C s, 2,v3, 43 Chorus, Z 4 G-lee lub, I e Economic C ,4g amm Lam -3, 4, Min ralo Clu If 3 Personallly Club? J J .1 1 , JJ cj' J IONE S xl f T calh her " erg" ', is n am. MM H10 5, I, , '31 Dam Twp? 26 3, 4: 'f Q , , 1 amma N 55nTgfaXaFZ3lIn4lngi .. I, 2, 3. 4. fall f' C I PRITZ ,BXART V' . I I ' f .1 ' . ,lr I V! Easil acquaiytecl will e sorely missed. ' ' Goodhue High School, I, Z, Aj' Model Making Club, 4, Presidenl, 4. , ' ' 1 , 1 J' 1 --. .- - .Je ' sf" NP I " - -3- rf"' fi 'IQLSSN 41' Jymf RSQA XJ. Don'+ fell me: Iel gu'e?s. Produclion Sla ,' 47 Home Eztonomics Club, I, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A., I, 25 Bo3ok and Travel Club, 4, a a Lambda, , 4. , Jn . I Aj-f rj, kj 1 A yemia BORLTIE ' 'IVUT She lrlpovgklgr P's and Q's. Nyiofal Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Aj! S arlel FeaIher Slall, 41 Produclion Sfali, J ' , 4, Home Economics Club, Z, 3, 4, Book and Travel Club, 3, 4, Presidenl 4, Gam- ! ma Lambda, 3, 4, Secrefary lo the Durece Im of Alhlelics, DONALD CARTER O sleep Ihou arf a blessed fh' g, f Beloved from class lo class. f Star Athlete, IBaskeIba ' Ifennis Baskelball, Z, 3, 4, Model Club, 3. Nalianal Alhlefic Honor sOeLJiyg,lliIIulM. pflimk l ,IIJ 'J lj if I IJ I PAGE 6 vy- MUJ0 A4-U 'UM' ,LA-ILA., 14 LOUISE BETCHER L Aww You can Belcher last cent on her. Home Economics Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Game ma Lambda, 3, 43 Arl Club, 4. FRANK ANDERSON Slalely and fall, he moves in Ihe hall. Nalional Alhlefic Honor Sociefyg Tennis, I, 2, 3, 4, Band, I, 2, 33 All-Class play, 3, R. W. Club, 3, 43 R. W. Music Coun- cII, 3, 45 High School Players, I, 2, 3. DONALD ANDERSON "The will lo do. and The soul Io dare." Foolball, 25 All-Class Play, 32 Ticker Squad, 2, 3, 4, Junior Hi-Y, I, 25 Junior Journalism Club, I, High School Players, I 3' 1 "lr v'-A.Ag,f1,"i , "'., vs, JU ,J ll- .- If ,lj lx il' -,I','fl""' " ' f,.p,if,M'l' ..A!'l,VL,4Q,l, ,J -mf, MARIONUBER6 ' If ' A pleasanl and gay companion. Home Economics Club, Ig G. A. A., I, Z, 35 Book and Travel Club, 43 Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. JERRY BACI-IE Born +o blush unseen. 1.494 '43 Q,--J Lic.. FNSBT,,4.,4J Io resolve, and alien! perfor ' . I, ro al Hono o ' Iyg Quill and Scrol" Scarlef Feafher- 3, 4, Gle , 2, 3, Chorus, 2, ' D . , 3. 4, Cv. A. A., I, 2 , ' School Players, I, 2, 3, 4, Ga a Lam da, 3, 4. JOYCE CARLSON Her"'smiIe was prodig of sum- mery shine.. 1' ' f H, me Economics Club, I, 2, 3, 45 6. A. K., I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Arr Club, 3, 43 Gamma Lambda, 3, 4, Scarlel Fealher Sfalf, 4. "'-"K4.rclL0 if wwf! ,l ll 'aj' 1 PA E7 ' i-I' it ll '- I il, rj- G WF tiff, ,fs V ,I U 3 , f x I A A J L, ' , .r AM' I E . . f 'MJ f wi 9 A' lirii, Lf ' A il b 1. ,, Qi xifjjlf W M ff Y i WU of rflf' VCQO' l fy ,M WINSTON CHICQUETTE His lhoughls have a high aim, 'rhough 'rheir dwelling be a hum- ble hearl. MALINDA GLUESEN Palienl, pracfical, and pleasanl. Producllon Slafl, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. 4 Bay Cily High School, l, ,ZLISCLFUCC Cll-lb. 4 lj J' , I I ,yy , rf lfl"f,ifE'NL i in 'Q i lr rl'9 GEORGE EDWARDS Flfxvleiig coMS'foci4 Dicla el facla. A genlleman and musician born. Eapdwlbtl, 3, 45 All-Class Play, 3, High Quill and Scroll, G. A. A., 3, 43 Produce C OO allen- 3' Foolba ' 2- 3- fion Slall, 4, Glee Club, l. ZZ Cll0VU5l Zi Book and Travel Club, 42 Gamma Lafflb' da, 3, 4, Secrelary lo Coach of Alhlcllcs. f X, I ,jvif V' i AGNES EK .W ,!W.g W, Her modesly is a can e lo her Mfxizviw eALviu1 w,l,f,..Af Whenl.QQfN Mgpyin, you' see' red. K vklfcib 3 4, Fgmkidufy Killefi- Home Economics Club, 4, Gamma Leaks-Lk ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' da 3 4 ball, 2, 3.3 TicQlceliiSquad, 4.Vl A . . . R X LI .' N", ,faq 'A fl , 'A .AJ 4 ' l ELIZABETY bw . RAY DAMMAN 4 . ll " can,- wi " she es. And lhus he bore wilhoul abuse, f ' The grand old name of genlleman. Qui l roll ro lio Slarl 1 da M a r ook and ravel b, Kirrenball, 2, 3, Office Manager, 4, Ticker 4, . A , , 3, 4 Pe onalil lub, Squad, 45 All-Class Play, 33 Hiqh Sew 4, Gam ambcla, . Players, 3. p, L tr , ' Q C' if ,:l , X. 'D' . '. f , I 1 -' 'f ,I . LVL X JD! K glui, ., , - , - IRENE EVERTS ,' A , ' , " i LYS PREEBERG ' " ' Here's a lass hard lo surpass. "Lei every man be masler of his Qllmflil ECOQOTCE CllJb'A ll I Z2 Sqgglrgr lime-lill eighl' al' night" r u , , Q . . ., , , . A me Lambda, 3l 4- Class Play, 3, Foolball, 2, 43 Sludcnl Ac' "'L.,' livily Associalion, 2, R. W. Club, 43 Sen- 'x, ior Arl Club, 3, Chcssflub, 2. ." V 4 W 1 ' l L lyfx ' XOT4' K ,X - ,W RUTH Eizicicsoisi Glffj Soff peace she brings wherever she arrives. He rides in 'Yhe whirl x X kqg1qyQlirecfXJhfX'f0I'H'lf f, W. Nalional Honor Scfielyg Na 'onalx A l ' AH r Soo, ' s Pees l I, llude si nl, E, Too lla 4, Office Mana er, 4, ec am lio , , 5 w. club, 4? senior HLA, 4gALQj,G HivY, l, 2, High Schoo i,Pla rs, l, 2, Science Club, 4. f' Nalional Honor Socielyg G. A. A., l, 2, 3, 41 Produclion Slall, 43 Book and Travel Club, 45 Gamma Lambda, 3, 4, Persone aliiy Club, 4. 1 1 7,-f gl' fl if - 4 T4 V ,y-.ml 1flWl" 3 BlELIE ciaiconlelif E' O She halh a daily bealxly in herAiQ l Thal for ofhers an example is.' OLIVE GEHRMAN 3 'Q l Grace was in her every move. I l Home Economics Club, l, 2, 3, 45 Gamma Bay Cilv High School, l, 2, Gregg Club, ' Lambda, 3, 4, l-rench Club, 4. 33 Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. merif. 4 jx' ,I D ,- f, J N x iv.: 1 hi 1 A . .sl .. ,Q ,f xnvAni2Erl"'HAe,efE , , , .. , Np-fe2IXfor hisyysmile and grin- elale jokes are A hobby wifh him. Foolball, 2, 3, 41 R. W. Club, 41 Chess Club, I. r VI! CXIARLES HARRINOTON When he appears ll-ie girls all run Y-Lloward him! 'FoolbalI, 3, 41 Baskelball, I, 2, 31 Killen- ball, 31 Track, I1 Chess and Checker Club, I, 21 Senior Arr Club, 41 R. W. Club, 4. POLLY HALL An All-American girl. Declarnafion, 31 Chorus, 31 Drum Corps, 21 G. A. A., I, 2, 3, 41 Personality Club, 41 Lvamma Lambda, 3, 4. HARRY HOLMOUIST As no man is born an arfisl, so no man is born an angler. ' LA VERNE HOLM As I say, "Facls are slubborn lhings." i Class Treasurer, I1 Glee Club, 21 Chcckcr Club, 31 Class Play, 43. , ,C RICHARD HAWKANSON The hearf fo confgive, fhe under- standing lo direcl, a'ndFi'he hand fo execufe. 75 National Honor Sociely1 Class Presidgl, 41OpereIla, 21AlI-Class Play, 31 Bandfl, 2, 3fA.SIl:1dSf1l' Manaqer,43!1 Chorus, I, 2, 3, 41 Tennis, I, 21 Scarlel Feather Staff, 31 Gle-e Club, I, 21 Mineralogy Club, I1 Junior Hi-Y, I, 21 Senior Hi-Y, 41 High School Players, I, 2, 31 Science Club, 4. WI "....- fri 1, I 1 JARQMCE J ,Q som, Give lhy 'lhoughfs no longue. - Home Economics Club, 41 Gamma Lamb! da, 3, 4. ' PAGE 8 fl. dll' :P , ffl' ,L J 1 A f- , V , N" v4'L V f -J 1- J-igLEss4Q47s'U5TEiN jx- V A merry hearl lives all Ihe day. Producfion Slaf'f, 41 H ome Economics Club, 2, 3, 41 French Club, 3, 41 Lvamma Lambda, 3, 4. , If J '. one n, .f" y have been ' 'nds 'I r. If 'i f Prcfhluclion , 41 leg lubuflfii 4, Erma 4 ngmics Jkifl, 2, 1 Frlench A 1 . . ., , ' arnm d , 7 rus, 2. Vi I l . P l J I 1' 'ixqfvgf' V JOHN HANS 4 , gf- 71 When I groxi up- 9,1 WCG' ,f i Class Play, 41 Senior A9fClub, 43 Chorus, 3, 4. g .1 I . 4 . ff 1' f A Q 5, lf! Rose HOLML K A rose wiihoul lhorns. IMI4 Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. GEN I iciqj W ys kind M h ul an Ti- o led. Flinl ' S ho linl, c igan, I1 P High c I, res r Wisconsin, C 1 3 i ool, Ima, , 31 gk s CAMERON HOFF The reason firm, Ihe lemperalo will: endurance, 'Foresi hlwngih, and slrill. 'LJ v, 1 1 4-v N 1ionalitoiglSo6' yg Quill S roll: N ionfsl A lei Hosrlgr S ' y, Naliorml T SQ G-lee lu , Mice M n der, 41 ofball, , 41A carlef fal"f 3, 41 , 21 AI -CI ay, 31 C Play 3 1 Ki fenb 31 ickel Squad, 41 'Hug S h r ers, I, 2,R3, 496A r I a , id I, I1 . , i1aSZi3ior liii 41 l'gr?+13uvQ1A,hSl,ii Clgb, I3 Sludenf ncw " ROYCE IVES Born Io be a Couri' Jesfer. Edison Hiqh School, Minneapolis, Minne sola, I1 All-Class Play, 31 High School Players, 31 Senior Art Club, 4. M , VERDELINE JOHNSON Man has his will-but woman has her wayl Bay City High School, l, 2, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. MARGARET JOI-INSONA. ' A. Personality, populvifyi, andfldts-e.,, l 1 " National Th sghiians, 'Nagonst' Honorlgb- ciety, Cla ii!-:cretary,' l,4, Stuldenf Ac- tivites Agociati n,,2, All-Clay, olay, 4, CIa9s'PIay, 3 43- Opereftgapfii Declama- toon, 3, Glge 'Club, 4,'2, , 4, Personality Club, 4, Mineralogy Club, I, 2, President, 2, Fliqh School Players, 4, G. A. Au I, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Gam:-nlafLarnbda, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4. V' N ,J mx it 'J hy! N ROQEKTLKUI'-IN., yy. lt's great to ble alive-land loating. Clues Club,- I, ZYP. of A! Wxigj . quioiwllgoiws N 4 KI ' menafati n EX BPIOI' IS silent COM- .. yy, Y' I-ytgguctionlimft, 4'fJrum 2, 3,-4, P A. Al, I,'xk12, 4, Home conomics ,grub 714 Gam arnbda, 3, 4, , . ,. f N I' Xi Vi " - I, by 1 A 'i t4A,W,i3.e3fi? IEJELSQN 4 ' f ""' J .4iFulVo4 pep aria vim ,I ' fd A I K And.npnsgnse'toyk lfn. , 2 I rf , C1 J ' i-i me Economics SIUE, 2,,3, 4- Pneggam, , 4, ,emi I na' rfqzeuciub, 11,41 enqh 4Cl,ib, 2, 33 4, Pre 'dcnt, 4, G mma Lanfba aa, 3, 4. 4 EDITH LANGLEY 1 Noble by birth,.. yet. er by great deeds. 4 , I All-Star Stud nt, gm est T espian, Na' tional onor S c ty, Qui-ll d Scroll, Nationatlijx T ign St Ee gsuncll, 4, Class Se r' ary, I C s ice-President, 4, Stude Manage of ctivities Associa- tion, 4, Scarlet Fe Statt, 3, 4, Editor- in-Chief, 4, All- a Play, 3, 4, Chorus, 4, Glee Club, 5 Declarnation, 3, G. A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, I-Iiqh School Players, 3, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4, Rock Study Club, I, Z, Junior Journalism Club, I, French Club, 3, Class Play 4. I ,I SPENCER EES ,. ,ff LM! . , 2 He wh . '9Qhs"'fhe loudest, laughs the ' Ani. S Play, 1, 2, 4, Class Play, 3, High School Players, I, 2, 3, Senior Hi-Y, 3, 4. PAG l ir I' I' 1 , 4, 'L 'R If k XJ if AQTI-IUR Kui4N ' VI say better untaught than ill- taught. 1 Football, 4, Kittcnball, 3, Aj Chess Club, l, 2. 'V 4 L iv' ,. ' I 1 ,X s . i.,yrJoYcEvoi4N5oN ,iw . frdaniie, twinkle Ia+iie'i is Laughing aslthe boys go by. f , y . Nqjjcfhal Hltnor Society,fCIass Vice-Presi- 'de t, I, I ss Vee-PWS dent, 3, St dent n U AI R II 4 Ixdrgs Coungl, 4, . .1 ., , 2, 3, ,C I. 2,'3, 4, DrurnvsCorps, 2, 3, 4, ,Idorife Eco- nomics Ctub, 4, MineralogylkClub, I, 2, Personality Club, 4, Ganrrfa La'rnbeIa, 3. 4. BARBARA KAYSER , Sweetness and simplicity, it seems. Travel hand in hand. French Club, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. KEN ETI-I F. I-INSGN The c es d and around - d up s ow . lass Tre e, 2' Cass reside , 3: and, I, , 3, 4, O ra, I 3, 4, Chorus, , 3, 4, O , 2, St ent Ac- tivities Association, Tennisf, 2, June lor Hi-Y, I, 2, Serii i-Y, i C Club, l, Z, 3, 4. i "' i I 'llfX.f4.,9A1 ,, 'jf o-4rvvvCAmA,1 ,fi DON7ALD JOHNSON Original humor at its best. All-Class Play, 4, Glee Club, 2, High School Players, 2, 3, Science Club, 4, Scarlet Feather Stalt, 4. VINCENT ' i boxlrer ot thought, the magic , fb, ot the rhind,j,1.f' , ...f National I7IonoP'jSociet , Quill arid Scroll, Nationgl,'Thespiarjs: Class Treasurer, 3,1 jg!CI9ss Play, 3,'Class Play, B, Scariext ther, 4, Business Manager, I4, Basket- . all, 3, Tennis, 2, 3, Ticket Squaff 2, 3, , Junior Journalism Club, I, Mi eraloqy Club, I, High School Players, 3: Science Club, 4, President, 4, Senior H-i-Y, 4. r' BERNICE LARSON For she was ies' the quiet kind. Home Economics Club, l, 2, G. A. A., Senior Art Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, r MARLEINI MARTEINIS "Wisely and slow, lhey slumble Ihal run fast" Model Making Club, 4, Science Club, 4. KATI-I RYN LOER Damon Io JeaneHe's Pylhias. Glee Club, I, 2, 3, Home Economics Club, I, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A., I, 2, 3, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, Ar? Club, 3, 4. ' .1 S xl . . ,gg 'Arrow MARIINSON GY ,AW J 145-J 3 ,,, .9 22 ELL IfI'lq't""" ' Come whal' fflenlfaalways cheerful. 1 gl ' rf " if f L , Home Economics Club, I, 2f'3,4-4, Gam- ' rna Lambda, 3, 4. ', I-IARBISON MEECI-I Whal fairy-like music sfeals over Ihe lea? Band, I, 2, 3, 4, Orcheslra, l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, Golf, I, 2, 3, 4, Op- erella, 2, Junior HLY, I, 2, Senior I-liAY, 3, 4, French Club, 2, 3, Presidenl, 3, R. W. Music Council, 3, 4, Presidenf, 4, Chorus, 3, 4. Vg f 6 . X ""'N-S N Like Apollo, his name is spelled JUNE MITCHELL V wifh a capilal A. H H H' f + I . l ,-.. Nafional Alhlelic Honor Sociefy, Sfudenl O e O am commg Manager, 4, Glee Club, I, R. W. Club, Whitefish, Monlana, I, 2, 3, G. A. A., 4, 4, Senior I-Ii-Y Club, 4, Science Club, 4, High School Players, 4, Chorus, 4, Gam- , Jjma Lamija, 4, 69 Z4 '12 Lv, Q I he! ' li' u LL3f,.J-TLXQ .Lace . , .e""7,7 , .. I ,h f I LEO . MO -lj ARTHUR MEI-IRKENS ' elll a way' Of smiling lips and wavy hair ehv East I-Iiqh Sch ol, 3, Mechanic The wealler sex is always aware. A'rs ugh School, 3, Home Economics Cl! b, I, 2, Gamma Larnbcla, 4. Baseball, l, 2, HOWARD LAWRENCE I-IARRY LOVGREN None buf himself can be his paral- For he was sludious-of his ease. lel. 1 - Checker Club, 2. C' .1 fft-' f X . If NJ M, if EDMUND MANOGUE I Midi!! JL! He needs no supe lives. W s j",,, ff' , 'S' ou buf 'Io ol: a ' . ' ARGERY MOLTON jf' 4 , Tl l ' fy Elysian beauly, melancholy grace. Class Play, 3, Drum Corps, l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4, Mineraloiy Club, I, G. A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, High Sc ool Players, 4, Personalify Club, 4, Home Economics Club, 4. W ihe Brisbane, as a youfh, he works or a newspaper. WN 'CLIFFORD MELLSTROM lass Treasurer, 4, Producfion Sfafl, 4. PAGE I0 we xl dad ' al ciely, Nafion hbelic CISIYI uill a o fional hespians, F o l, , , , Scarlel Fearher, d I Iivilies Associa- rio , , illenball, , pereff ' - lass Play, , C . , De clarnalory 4, Jou , I, Hiq School s, l, 2, , , residenl, 4, il. W. C b, Sfude Council, 4, Ticker Souad, ' ior I-li-Y Club, 2, Senior I-Il-Y Clu , 3, 4, Presiclenr, 4. ALICE LOI-IMEYER "O, don'l you remember sweel Alice Ben Bol+, Swee+ Alice, whose hair was so brown?" Home Economics Club, I, 4, G. A. A., 3, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. . ess NEIL NYGREN Give me a car, a greal big car, and lei me "Wahoo." Model Making Club, 3, Checker Club, 3, Glce Club, 2, Killenball, 2, DUANE NORDENSKJOLD Blessings on fhee, li+lle man. I Sargeanl-al-Arms, 4, Baslcelball, 2, 3, l-oclball, 2, 3, 4, Tenni, , .1 Club, 2. s I h R. W. Club, 3, 4, Chess a ,C c r 1 I . - rf' ff 'I 375 , 'ofSinM'oRj, ,Vfw I . .ffffw I .Q if' yj ' en Zyreyesfari smiling. A. I 4 od lafff,3ii,9'5rrtvj1.FItamb'?a, 3. I . I pf, hm' u' I. ff ff' 4 H' ' ,gl w ,' l,,' . 7 , v L vb, 'Eunice RAASCH l She fha? was ever fair and never proud: Home Economics Club, 3, 4, Gamma lambda, 3, 4, French Club, 4. ,K f l ' .f . 1 W-.1 QQ 'L . X i,. ' ., A -V.. Li! Amy LOWELL PETERSON Some excuse is beller lhan none. G-Ice Club, l, 2, Band, I, 2, 3, High School Players, I, Senior Arl Club, I, - J I L5 -I DM 6.-ff!! ., J 5 - "J Url ' 5-Vmx curroizo Piizius The sfars fell on Cenlral Avenue, And Clifford was fhere lo greel Ihem. Foo I, 2, 3, 4, Caplain, 4, Baskel- ball, 2, 3, 4, Caplain, 3, 4, R. W. Club, 2, 3, 4, Killenball, 3, 4, Senior I-Ii-Y Club, 4, Ticlcel Squad, 4, Police Force, 4. ,I 1" fn- , IJ f rpiqifo SCHAPFER UC e and Irip if as you go Ondhe light fanlasfic foe." French Club, 3, 4, Ar? Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. I' PAGE I I . J I' I ! ' UV FL- I you 1 ,il f i Lf .J P I J fi '- .' " fp .' Mi. vi. ,. ,W JIAMES Quinn -I ' . Even fhough varlquished he could argue sfill. All-Slar Alhlele IFoolbaIIl, Narional Alli- lelic Honor Social, R. W. Club, 3, 4, Science Club, 4, Senior I-Ii-Y, 4, Junior Hi-Y, l, 2. X x V, - , -5 - Q46 s-14. I I1 24. DOLORES SAUL Sure, I lille peenufs. Production Slaff , Drum Corps, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A., , N 3vU GI Club, I, 2, Gamma L da, , 4, k Sludy Club, I, Ogegla' . I 7 I I . ,if I 1 IJPEQQY in Hail lo hee-blilhe spirill 6. A. A., 4'f'French Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. 1 , 'f ' 1 Pi-HUP NORDEEM If IJ f "He can play a high nole, he can play e blue no+e." Junior Hi-Y, I, 2, Band, I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y, 4, Orcheslra, I, Slaqc Crew, 3. I PJ ,. 4-t' x! - J 3 if 'J . GLADYS NORMAN IJ 'VJ D Ouiel and shy. French Club, 3, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. LORAINE OLSON A daughfer of lhe gods, divinely +alI And mos? divinely fair. G. A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Scarlel Falhnr Slahl. 3, 4, Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3, 4, Presideril, 4, Home Economics Club, I, 2, 3, 4, High School Players, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4, MARJORIE SMITH I never was less alone Than when by myself wilh a boolr. Home Economics Club, I, 2, 3, French Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. lv ,Q XV " f fl! X- E I X f LPA 1 f -A 1 is sf 'I ' 7 ' LAKERNE 'REILIJLKXD Always grinning, has no sorrow. Never does Ioday whal can be done lomorrow. Class Play, 4, French Club, 3, 4, f l I . x-, Eyxlyru dARGENT + ' er hearf is Irue blue. , 1 Dru of 5 2 '3"4- Ch:Pus I 2 3 4- ea gurls, 'a, ll, ,Q A.'Af l', 2', af , e ch Club, 3, 4? Book :nd Travel , ' Club, 43 Junior Journalism Clu , Ig Home Econfmkics Club, If 2.6! m ss ' 'n I , , , rs "-4' I , . ' ' I X - Y P R , RO Ejgwf., - ,sf ' , 1457, Well he has acled all and tgfery ' ffparl ff Q sjftfff . ,Nr ITh ' ,sa AI"t'l iff.-ff-f 55325, alfoifsyligf X Pliy, if ' r' Kr , lu f 2, g High Afi -,Vf8cxooI Play rs, 43 .Sfnior I-Ii-Y, 3, 4. ' . , .. fl "' X , . 1 .L ,,. . l ' f 9 "" ' FLORENCE SCI-IWARTAU Of manners genlle, of affecfions mild. Book and Travel Club, 43 Gamma Lamb- da, 3, 4. I. I . I . ,f - W 4 , ,, Y, Lg , ,A ..'zIsAeNesCl4IlNKE 1 2 QA..mik4y:+ b.sQ.nE5. TT I , Produclior1'SlaH5 43 Home'-Lgodisvrits - -elubfwp G. A, A., 1, 2, , senior Art Slub, 45 Gamyafambda , 4. , i A . ' ' .fy 'yn'-' 4' ' ,H n .. - ARVILLA SEABERG l'll be sad for nae-body. G. A. A., 2, 3, Home Economics Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Lambd , 3, 4, Senior jf fr? Club, 4. f Ml f ,A ' .. ' Miva. A I .7 L lf,L"l.4,f1f ALICE SOLI-IEIM Our Alice of Wonderland. 5 Slouqhlon I-liqh School, I, 2, 35 Home ' Economics Club, 43 Gamma Lambda, 4. ' I ia , L I' N 1 l X I 1 I I T' v 4. J . 'PAGE I2 I V 1 f 1 JACK REED Quiel, wise, sincere, and Irue. Bay Cily School, I, 2. JEAN SERVICK ' Merrily, merrily, she lives for all Princess, yes, Queer of 'Ihe Sludy H II. 3 , - a dv li I Openexlxla, Z5 lYnonal Thefpiansgf Glec Club, l, 253, 41 Drurrvglorps 5,1 4, Pfesiaem,,4, 6. A. A., 1. , 3, ll: gamma Larnbdafj 3, fjgwllhorus, 3, 4? Mineralogy Club, I, 2, Declamafory, 4, Class Play, 3, 45 All-Class Play, 3, 43 Personallly Club, 4, I-ligh School Pla 5, 2, 3, 4. Zan ..-., ,. LUCILLE EI-IA The shorlesl answer is joing. Producfion Slalf, 41 G. A. A., 2, 3, 43 Personalily Club, 4, Book and Travel Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. '71 r ,"f l -V I f , --v-X GEORGE Rousr I ' Talll +0 hi of' Jacdlfs laclcler, and he would 'lla The number of sfeps. Science Club, 4, Chess club, 3, 4, I' f 2154414 EORGE, RY rd ' 1 ' gm 0 lnflle bil of sunshinef . C Foolball, I. 2, 3. 4, Killenbal, 3, R, W.' Club, 3, 4, Presidenf, 4. ' JANIS REI-IDER --"And dances wilh lhe daffodils." Drum Corps, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 45 G. A. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Personfillly Club, 45 Mineralogy Club, l, 2. LAWRENCE SILVERNALE Shorl of slalure, lillle of frame: Bul a square shooler in any game, Band, I, 2, 3, 43 Arl Club, 35 Music Council, 4, Orchesha, I. I 'kl.f PATRICIA SMITH ls she nol' more lhan painlinq can express? Empcrla High School, Emporla, Kansas, I, 2, 31 Pcrsonalily Club, 4, High School Players, 4, G. A. A., 4. 5. p 'SQA E-IIQAL F.: X fb nf W airfif 'companion 'For empw andjgngs. , ' ' 23.1 9 V N Pgnall' espignsl I ss Play, 3, 41 All- s Pla ' Hugh School Players 45 nu A lub 3,Home Economics C v. I . 5.2 Q r , 'g 1 Xctlubt - .Q Club L 2, Gamma Lamb " au 4 A n 2 E, , . A., l,' I, 3, 4, Operefla, 3E J J' X X .V si-1' AQ N ROBERT WALTERS "We are lhe Music Makers." Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Band, 4. JEANETTE STUMPF ' "Dell wilh finger and brush." Drum Corps, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Arl Club, 3: 41 Home Eco- nomics Club, l, 2, 35 G. A. A., I, 2, 3, Gamma Lambda, 3, 43 Chorus, 2, 3, 4. If I GNER lr -21 rp? :fe Mariefyll IMG. A, A., 2, 3, Home Economics Club, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Senior Arr Club, 4, French Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 45 Chorus, 3. . 'NJ 1 V I, ' f I - MVMARGARQIAZAYLQR ll " inglyxfbgld-'Feshihhed son lo a I yvrgng sopll"sliea+ed lady" ss Play QJfJGperelfa, g rum Corps, 2, 3, 4, oe Club, I, , 3, 1 Secrelary, 3, i Eh P 2, 3L,4: G. A. A., I 2 , 4, Qa m L mbda, 3, 43 Person- ali Club, 43 H c Economics Club, 43 Chorus, 2, 3, ALMON WILLIE iygrf' The world lrnows llflle of Hs grcaf- esl men. "'idD'V' A, -Eiass Play, 4, High School Players, 4. 4 0-A may 44 I, -.-YUM q.L.,,Mv .V A PAGE I3 .X 2 Jpfall 'J xL7'A 'fl y I , Maj 1 fl 4, 1 f 5 1' f' '+- VVW' I W My A "" I. ff fi!" I WILMIITX 'IAEIORIE Her very smiles are sweeler 'lar Than smiles of olher maidens are. Home 3, 43 Gamma Lambda, 3, Corps, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, I, 2, 4, 4, Gamma Lamb l, 23 Person- IRENE DEUSEN PreH'y lo wall wilh yLL"M.. And pleasanf fo fell: wifh. Home Economics Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Senihr Arr Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. 1 .'f I ELIZABETH TRULEN A f"'6fy ,J Wherever is lo be dordffrdone. I Glee Club, Ig Producllon Slaff, 4, Home I f 3 4 C7 A A I Economics Club, I, 2, , 1 '. . ., , 23 Book and Travel Club, 4, Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. l"'A . , ,J ni - ' yw- . A-Y LUCILLE SWAJXISQN , ,,l""' " '. V This nce ewa4eneJdoes nof affn SlUI'hb8l:!,' Home Economics Club, I, 43 G. A, A., I, 2, 33 Senior Arl Club, 43 Gamma Lambda, 3, 41 Scarlel Fcalhcr Slall, 41 Producfion Slaff, 4. I .1 l - .21 J... W A J I N l "E'llELYN TIEDM -NVE'-ff" IOIJE v6Lious eadyVEy uri-, .-I Efass V is , gl, Qrzidu i WX, I con :Ss ul , , 2, R r , 3 e u, . - ,f A,,,z,c .iljf .ffm EARL srmsoul , , , JL5 . , " T jl'fJQ9J'f'E"'Iboh"for a Model T '-Ford. K N K . Tralf' s a, 3, 4, TA I I s fl, 2 ,4f-- V Juniclf Hllllll, I, 2. 'C C mm '-3' -Qne musT noT overlook Marjorie SmiTh even MEARL WELVANG Well, yes, he is bashful. VERNA VOTI-l Cheerful worker is Verna Vofh Nafional onor SocieTyg Band, I, 2, 3, 43 Baskefball, l, 2, Junior Journalism Club, Ig Tickef Squad, 2, 3, 4, Trahfic Police, 3. Hard To improve whaf ever she dofh. Ouill and Scrollg Book and Travel Club, r 'd T Gl e Cl b 2 S 4, Pesl en, 4, e u , I, I carlef Feafher Slaff, 4, Producfion Sfaff, 41 Gamma Lambda, 3, 4. STATISTICALLY SPEAKTNG ' ET all sTand in solemn awe. We are abouf To unveil The sacred rnysTeries concerning Those lordly creaTures-Those magriificelnT beings ThaT sTalk The upper halls, and populaTe The upper lefT corner of The Sfudy lhlall-The lSeniorsl. The class of '36 claims many disTincTions. l-las iT noT num- bered among iTs forTy-nine boys six Tee+ and .Three inches of Frank Anderson? Then Too Though she is only four feeT eleven inches in heighf. A DespiTe The frequency of Olsons and John' -.sons on The class roll, bruneTTes predominaTe. The class' maioriTy proves an excepTion To l-lollywood's dicfum in favor of blondes, by casfing an overwhelming voTe Tor Those of The darker. hair. BuT for kindly faTe, The class would be minus forTy-Three of iTs members, for ThaT is The number recording narrow escapes. The lisT of mishaps ranges from auTo accidenfs and drowning To "AlmosT Taking a girl To The prom." Senior hobbies were widely varied. Read- ing, hiking, and sTamp and coin collecTing were common. One unusual senior recorded his hobby as being "naTural sTudy." Blue was The color Thaf appealed mosT To The eye, while over The radio, Eddie CanTor and Jask Benny seemed To please-being elecTed The radio performers mosT generally in demand. The Chase and Sanborn hour, feafuring Major Bowles was generously ac- claimed The mosT popular radio program. PAGE I4 0 lT has aT lasT been made public why The seniors have such an inimiTable sense of humor. They all are followers of "Popeye," vofing his comic sTrip The mosT pleasing. "Joe Palooka" came in a close second, ho '-,- 1- ever, wiTh "Maggie and Jiggs," noT far bc- hind. KaThleen Norris led among The auThors wifh Zane Grey, and S. S. Van Dyne, close compeTiTors. ln The magazine world, The "American" proved mosT popular. Cine- mafically speaking, Dick Powell was ouT in fronf wiTh Clark Gable, James Cagney, JaneT Gaynor, and Shirley Temple, general favor- iTes. Senior views on more serious subiecfs were equally decided. When asked, "Are you a pacifisT?", forTy-eighT replied in The affirma- Tive and Twenfy-nine in The negaTive, The resT regisTering no opinion. The class was unani- mous in supporT of EThiopia in iTs presenf conflicT wiTh lTaly. Among The suggesTions for school improvemenTs, ideas for wrap lockers, a school cafeTeria, a swimming pool in The gymnasium, and a ParenT-Teacher's AssociaTion were submiTTed. lviargareT Johnson and Edmund Manogue were chosen as The mosT popular girl and boy, Jean Servick as The preTTiesT girl, James Quinn as The besT looking boy, and Cameron I-loff and EdiTh Langley as The ideal boy and girl. Donald CarTer was elecTed The ouT- sTanding baskefball player of The year, as was James Quinn The ouTsTanding fooTball player. However, The Time has gone To praTe of su' h Things, for soon Spencer Lee's laugh will be, TIT an echo: and Vincenf Johnson's abiliTy To cope wi+h X's, Y's, and Z's will be buT a hallowed memory. 'S 1- 1 ffm-L IS V LM ERS Travel T 9. .uc NCETIIVINTIIIES fugayj IIIFAIDIFIIQSIVIIIII3 ' EHAX IQNCETVIEIR QUILL AND SCROLL For individual Achievemen+ in school publica+ion work Top row: Edmund Manogue, Vincenf Johnson, Cameron Hoff. Firsi row: Elizabeth Daniels, Ediih Langely, Fayfhe Cornsfock, Verna Boriie, Verna Vofn, Frances Benfiey. 1 NATIONAL THESPIANS Major foie Promp+ness Cooperafion Aid in producfion Top row: Roy Peierson, Cameron Hoff, Edmund Manogue. ' Firsf row: Maxine Ray, Jean Serviclc, Pnyilis Siiogan, Marqare? Johnson, Edifn Langley. PAGE I6 SCHED LA SIIIIIIIU ' SIEIRVIIIIDE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY For high scholarship and oufslanding service NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship Characler Afhlefics Top row: Francis Vollmers, Richard Hawkanson, Vincenf Johnson, Cameron Hoff, Edmund Manogue, Jean Dixon, Firsl rcw: Frances Bentley, Joyce Johnson, Marqare? Johnson, Verna Borlic, Rulh Erickson, Edilh Langley. Top row: James Clavdon, Rodney De Will, Frank Anderson, Donald Carler. Second row: Donald Sliill, Edmund Manoque, Cameron Hoff, James Quinn, Lloyd Manoque. First row: Burnet? Dahl, Alton Marlinson, Jean Dixon, Philip Hall, Roger Galvin. PAGE I7 IALJL Ia Y I A CAPELLA CHORUS Iiip riw' Millard, Hofllunfl, Rvlnlnr, J. Johnson, Mmflen, Bryan, I-Iawlcinson, Taylor, Lqnqlfsy Ainggnnii CML K- I uohnson, Mecch, Lanqhans. Second row: Penlon, Thompson, P. Nelson, J. T-Iolniquish Skogan, M, Nelson, P. I-IoIm'1uisT, Bryan, Grebe, Schrnidl, Sweasv, B. J. Alhsrrad, M, Johnson, I-leglund, I-Iupfer, Grihilh, SargenT. Firsl row: BorIIeH, Mitchell, P. Bryan, Carlisle, V. Anderson, Cirondahl, S. Pederson, Kaldem Lidberg, Kiihn Lolfkes moe, Grani, Fagan, Madsen, Rodman, Haw-cr. HERE are Tour major organizaTions in The AT The presenT Time There are abouT IOO sTuf Music DeparTmenT. These Tour are: The denim FJIGYIVIQ 5 musical IVISIVUITIGVII- Senior Band, The Girls' Drum and Bugle Corps, The IOO-voice A Cappella Chorus, and The Spe- cial A Cappella Chorus. I-Iowever, There are oTher organizaTions which go To malce These or- ganizaTions possible. There is The 30-piece Junior Band in which all band members are Trained Tor membership in The Senior Band. There is The class oT insTru- menTaI insTrucTion called The PrescoTT sysTem in which insTrumenTaI Technique is developed. In addiTion, There is a class OT insTrumenTaI begin- ners in which The individuals receive Their TirsT insTrucTion in playing Their chosen insTrumenT, The Girls' Drum and Bugle Corps is purely a marching uniT, For This reason, There musT be 32 members acTiveIy engaged in The organizaf Tion. Every member musT Icnow The TundamenTaIs OT drumming or bugling beTore ioining The Drum and Bugle Corps. This means ThaT These newly seIecTed members musT be organized inTo classes and Trained during The semesTer beTore joining The organizaTion. Because The IOO-voiced chorus was Too large Tor public appearances, iT was decided To Torm an organizaTion oT 50 voices, piclced Trorn The large group. This organizaTion, Icnown as The px, I if . J Ii I gi riiw WiIhfi's, I. Aniiifrsiw, Iloglungl Mbrriih, M,igi'ussfn Silvnrnwlo. Second row: A. Olson, Iliip fvr, Rnrnslmriil, Rcilrnan Crirlilh, N. Anderson. FirsT wmv- Wilcox Howe, Pcnlnn, Schmisll, Madsen W R. Nrlsriri. RWM, I I WW W iff: "L - 1 . R. W. 'Hi -es TJ MUSIC 65 JW, he C COUNCIL f . 4 .., -1 r ig .4 "W" N fb V3 ' as 1" O I QQ A " wr 'V sn 9 1 FQ fi 35" iff? U ' R I mg fur I . .H , loo row: Redman, D. VVarrlnn, Kaldrn, Eichinger, Larson, l-luoler, Vfihicrs, Bandclin, E. Vollrvwrs, Renushnrill, Nnidcl.orn, T-lindrnan, Silvernale, Rosc, D. Johnson, Van Deusen l'TudolcsTnn, Slvnwiclc, P. Wilcox, Fagan Hnnnings, K. Johnson. Second row: Madsen, A. Olsen, Hendrickson, Wallfdfs, Kuhfuss, Marfinson, T-lerbrrl, Possr-hl, Axnlinq, Nordccn, F, Vollrncrs, Dc WiTT, D. Wilcox, Hcolund, l-lolniquish Edwards, Grilfifh. Firsl row. lTuwf', N. A And:-rsgvn, Meech, H. Silvcrnale, Grebe, Granl, Penlw, Heglund Magnussrrn, R. Nelson, Schrnidl. . , - , Special A Cappella Chorus sung. aT varioup places ThroughouT The Commun' y. osT pT The' Training is done during The regul rehearsals. Some oT The preliminary4:Tr'5ainin is dojexdlkrl- ing The sevenTh and eighTh grade horagiclafs which meeT regularly onceaiwee roug ouTl.Txe year. ' -, For Those music sTuden .who Tire i ere'sTed many Tim 'J is a regul ' eTc. The F WT man Tien To 'T'eaTure .Corps . NManlQaT sq ' Special during The year. The Senior Band TeaTure aT all aThleTic conTesTs, plays, rum and Bugle Corps has perTormed ooTloall and baslceTloall games in addi- ading various parades. One OT The erTormances oT The Drum and Bugle s The leading oT The FesTival Parade aT This year. The Senior Band and The Cappella Chorus have been TeaTured in more musical baclcgroun Thaqtis o , reoh in 91,5 e , , S f , , +, . . ' , 'u , . . l II'l 5 . applied music courses. T m i i arTmenT H Ce V F Hy 5.916562 lTUilCdapJlOreCFh'On Con r ii - -I II ' - V - s Y' O . - oTTers The course Rudime Ts o Mu KC. This T' C rwhave beeergg S ics uf TV' Sd de59+-Con' , - ' " ' ' - CV. VST' U G 45 course inTroduces harmony: musi appreclafrlon, XR Pg d 1+ is ho d H71 V ELI any e gca Iona RN . . . - . . . n l sighT singing and earqagn , nd h1sToxy oT - ,ic l PG ev may G Con 'me ' music. AM fi F- ' JI' fl Ihe Honor Music STudenT Tor This year is " "T"'lOXfw 'TH-if Mh -T l-lign School musical o ga 1 Tion per , m- ar :son eec . J J X T X Top row: BcnTley, D. Johnson, Rohder, Sargenf, l.. Olson, l-Tolnifuuisi, Aims, J. lohnson, lhompsnn, Mabin, N, XX Gronimhl, Snigand row: Sfumol, P. Nelson, Plaaman, Malfon, Shogun, Scrviclc, Saul, Fad, Taylor, Annes. x FirsT row: Lillyblad, l.. Anderson, Josephson, Frideli, Bandelin, Kohn, Vollmers, Schrnidl, Lidborg, l-leancv, Reitman. XX NX x XR , . . . X l J W X DRUM A Ji BPM' CORPS T ...xx .331 l L. J! vwu.+nwnn.e.sM+.-aus ., as Elle... VACQL :Q K vii ff mr spew C i- T... has 'H X at N AND BUGLE TX I nl sf S DRAMATICS HDIGGING UP THE DIRT" All-Class Play Leif to riqhl: Roy Pclcrson as "KenncTh Andrews," Spenier Lecs as "William Loomis, Edilh Langley as "Miriam Eqqlfxsf' Fred Hcqlund as 'Professor Rooer Halleck," Marqrel Plarnanri as "Nan," Richard Kernan, Jean Sstrvifk as "Phyllis," William Paqe as "Allan " Mavlne Ray Alrnon Willie, Jane Ann Sundherq, Phoebe- Fool as "Jane," Phyllis Slcoqan as "Belly Sherman," Carl G-uslafsbn, Ross Thorfinnson as "Sheriff Carson," Marqarcl Johnson. "THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN" Senior Class Play Lefl fo riqhl: Edllh Lanqlcy as "Ahl:v," Lailleernc: O'Reilly as "Rosen," John Hansen as "Daven- porf," Edmund Manoque as "Dr, Haqqclff' Camwror Hof-f as "T:illar'l," Maxine Ray as "Ada Haqqellf' Joan Svrviclc as "S.sar Haqqollm Rm Prrlcrscrn ns "WLirrCn Crcarnrirf' Marqarol Johnson os "Mrs, Haqqcllf' Lrll lo righl: Phyllis Slrooan as "Emily Driscoll," Emvncxrl Carr as "Jack Drisfollf' Prod Hr-qlunu ns "Edward Evans," William PGQF3 as "Desmond Duncan," Lloyd Maroque as "Ed While," Robnrl Hupler as "Moro-an," Jack Grirlirh as "Thomas," Carmen Coburn as "Isabel Weslleyf' Marqrrl Plamann as "H0len Duncan," Robe-rl Tc-Lube as "Dan Grogan," Donald Fagan as "Ezra Ncsfleml' T "THE HAUNTED HOUSE" Junior Class Play l'!Xkj L UO STUDENTTCOUNCIL Top row: Richard PeTerson, RoberT Pumplin, Jack ReiTmann, lone Carlson, Dwighf Howe, Richard ReiTmann. Third row: Geraldine MoITon, Marybelle Nelson, Phyllis Skoqan, EdiTh Langley, Helen Anderson, Kafhryn Saul, Dor- othy Grondahl, Second row: Jean Dixon, oresidenf, Donald STull, Edmund Manoque, Treasurer, James Claydon, Cameron Hoff, vice-presidenf, Joyce Johnson, secrefary, Jack G-riffifh, Firsl row: John Hendel, Neal STrorn, John CarpenTer, Frederick Cook, Lloyd Johnson, Olive Wendler, Maurice McGrew. NE oT The mosT noTeworThy accomplish- menTs oT The year has been The esTab- lishmenT oT sTudenT governmenT Through The TormaTion oT a STudenT Council. The pro- moTion oT sTudenT inTeresT and parTicipaTion in exTra-curricular acTiviTies is buT one o'T The aims oT The STudenT Council. lT was creaTed Tor The purpose OT puTTing responsibiliTy upon The sTudenTs Themselves, To acquainT Them wi+h The duTies oT a democracy, To encourage a Triendly cooperaTive spiriT beTween Teachers and sTudenTs, and To aid in The developmenT oT sTrong characTer as well. According To The consTiTuTion, The govern- ing body oT The council consisTs oT Txvo houses: a lower house made up OT class elecTed represenTaTives, and an upper house made up OT The oTTicers oT The lower house, Three members appoinTed Trom The council aT large, and The six TaculTy members who serve as heads oT The various exTra-curricular de- parTmenTs. Each oT The high school classes Trom The eighTh grade Through The TwelTTh has Tive represenTaTives in The council. Two oT This number are elecTed To succeed Them- selves in oTTice The Tollowing year: Thus making iT possible To have represenTaTives oT experi- ence always available in The council. The STudenT Council Board consisTs oT The direcTor oT physical educaTion and aThleTics, The dramaTics coach, The school Treasurer, The music direcTor, The dean oT women, The pub- licaTion adviser, and The principal, TogeTher wiTh Jean Dixon as presidenT of The STudenT Council, Cameron l-loTT as vice-presidenT, Joyce Johnson as secreTary, and Edmund Manogue as Treasurer. The oTTicers oT The council musT be oT iunior or senior ranlc. They are ineligible Tor one year To succeed Themselves. By such a ruling The Council hopes To Train a greaTer number in iniTiaTive and leadership. However, The adopTion of a consTiTuTion is noT The only resulT oT The TirsT council's year OT worlc, Tor in addTiion iT has carried ouT several successTul proiecTs. Feeling The need oT more inTer-class aTFairs, The council has sponsored Three successTul evening dances. The STudenT Council has conducTed all audi- Torium programs, as well as carrying ouT an exTensive sporTsmanship campaign. The coun- cil has presenTed as TeaTures OT The acTiviTy TiclceT, Three movies, "The LiTTlesT Rebel", "The Tale oT Two CiTies", and "Boulder Dam". ATTer conTemplaTing The accomplish- menTs of The STudenT Council's iniTial year, we can noT help buT Teel ThaT The esTablish- menT of sTudenT governmenT will prove boTh beneTicial and pracTical Tor Rod Wirig Iliqh School. PAGE 2l X555 Top row: lda Geirnan, Evelyn Fanslow, Mildred Becker, Mary Hall, Mary Eichinger, Ardis Dixon, lone Alrns. Eignlli row: Olive Gehrrnan, Pearl Hawke, Malinda Gluesen, Renila Frilz, Adele Ekblad, Amy Aanes, Joyce Carlson, Verna Borlie, Lucille Barllell, Lillian lngebriglsen. Sevenlli row: Odella Haske, Ruln Erickson, Elizabeln Daniels, Mariorie Hosleland, Geneva Hedlund, Barbara Anlsledl, Rose Holrn, Agnes Ek, Palricia Ferguson, lrene Everls. Sixlh row: Doris Carlson, Miriam Carlson, Louise Belcher, Helen Bell, Jean Holrnquisl, Margo Ann Bryan, Frances Benlley, Mary Huddleslon, Filln row: Bernice Carleen, lrene Guesl, Gerlrude Eicliinger, lone Hedlund, Florence Hanson, Margarel Grail, Harrie? Brunklworsl, Winifred Feallierslone. Fourlli row: Florence Abraham, Evelyn Fellrrian, Roberla Daniels, Marguerile Hawke, Margarel Fealhersfone, Hazel Elling- son, Carmen Coburn, Genevieve Hicks, Hazel Hokenslronn. Tnird row: Marian Bzrq, Lillian Black, Tneln-ia Hedrick, Vivian Deden, lrene Dicke, Ida Hanson, Dorolhy Haggard, Polly Hall, F rn Dankers. Second row: Hevdrnan, Irene Goodm'an, Mar prel Akerson, Edillw Anderson, Ruln Hardl. Firsl nowz, Riyl'1,C6qJsen, B'llie Cliicouelle, Bernice Helen Hauslein, Belly Carlile, Dorol'ny rondalil, Kalliryn Fridell, secrelary, Jeanelle Bandelin, Jean Heaney, Jean Cowlef -, kj' W Jeannelle Grirnrn, Faylne Comslock, Georgia Charlolle Ek, Helen Herloerl, Phoebe Fool, Granl, Janice Hendrickson, Virgina Anderson, 1 nv' L Langley, Bealrice McNeil, Elaine Larson, Charlolle Harriel Landeck, Anila Tliird row: Barbara Janis Render, Joyce y, Helen Knulson, 9enevieve Kasirnor, row BellyA Alice Marie Josepnson, Vow. FOWZ Vernice Ursella, Lucille Scliade, Palricia Smilli, Kalliryn Rollshus, Lucille Seaberg. Elaine Scliinke, Wilma Thorie, Jean Servick, Rulli Sargenl, vicefpresidenl, Verna row: Vera Sclierf, Doris Tnorlinnson, Alice Sollieirn, Evelyn Sarqenl, Eunice Raasclw, Larae Wiebye, Pauline Pearson, Fourlh row: Marianne Render, Kalliryn Saul, Ellarnina Thompson, Dolores Saul, Maxine Ray, Margarel Taylor, Doris Wold. Schulenberg, Louise Wiggens, Edilli Sorenson, Ruby Ring, Treasurer, Jane Ann Sundberg, Dorolny Wold, Mary Reding, Ruln Olson, r Muriel Pelerson, Marian Swanson, Lucille Swanson, Elliel O'Con- row. S aul, OW: Q nor, Barbara Penron. Firsl row: Gladys Severson, Elizabeth Q 5Cl'UllZ Swanson, Mildred Wullunn, Arvella Seaberg, Evelyn Tiede- rnan, PAGE 22 N Y gg 4 I i Q , wx lb f ' GAMMA LAMBDA A +l1rougl1 G 52,-'I.,34, ,,u,, Q rw Chu B QJYMJ i iv 'MEM-41 w:'Lfi -14-41' .ffm 1 .' N ' ,I 't4Lg,1,,ej 'ppt . "' rl J , 31.1 R L 'I W j. 7 fr Qpfwe GAMMA LAMBDA A H 'lhrough P Www GAMMA LAMBDA Q l'l1rougl1 Z vr ,Away-,. ,ni - , ,.,-B-ff ' - la-.. I -f,, n Q. A , 'J 1 , a 1 . 1 I 1 pl 1 A' 'YQ 6. i , ' , 4 . ., 1 4 JUNIOR GAMMA LAMBDA EXECUTylVElyJ 'r .4 f' ffl ,i I iff. iffy lf W V it J :J , A ' 5 ,fl,.i1f Y'-J' N,,f'f IX! "EJfiVAf"AP!AV. 'QV l , 'y,rLly:ZL'1"M i ll rr FRENCH CLUB CLUB 1, ' f ' 1 ,1,, f . 1 x PAGE 23 4 x I Q S .fy f ,'V " w a- - W4' - -5 Marqaref Sweasy, Barbara Millard, Marcia Mrs. Emily Fealherslone, adviser. Second Rousl, Elizaberh Johnson, Doris Welvanq, Mary Lou Johnson, sccrelary, Elizabeth Top row: Miss Evelyn Pearson, adviser, Miss Evelyn Anderson, adviser, Teichmann, Helen Anderson, Rurh Benlley, Miss Ahna Sunde, adviser, row: Marlha Howe, Dorofhea Lidberg, Lorraine Anderson, Dorolhy Shirley Barron, lreasurer, Jean Laughlin, Joyce Morley. Third row: Hindrnan, vice-presideni, Berlha Nelrum, Harrier Wilson, Shirley Steiner, Ella Mac Dragselh, Audrey Nadc-au, Gloria Cowlc. Top row: Vernice Ursella, Geneva Hedlund, Barbara Ahlsledl, Miss Slqne Andersor, adviser, Olive C5-chrrnan, secrelary, Eunice Raasch, Vivian Deden, Thelrna Hedrick, Odella Haske, Winilred Fealherslone. Third row: Ruby Rinq, Dolores Schaffer, Rulh Oelkers, Leona Wagner Marybelle Nelson, Lorraine Olson, Evelyn Sarqcnl, Mary Hall, Barbara Kayser, Jane Ann Sundberq, vice-presidenl, Barbara Penlon. Second row: Marqy Nelsol. pre-sidenl, Marqarel Eealherslone, Janice Hendrickson, Larae Weibye, Rulh Olson, Helen Hauslein, Mario Waigsier, Peqqy Raab. Eirsl row: Edwin Sandberg, Frederick Seebach, Edward Olson, Wfilliam- Paq,c,'Fredericj.'Heqlund, Jack Grillilh, lreasurer. . . ,' r, 4 ' A I L. , v .' 5 I u .W R-' n , il- I' -V In ' ' 1' X Q lg ,il, , Q W r .- I V f . J . . Top row: Charles Harringlon, Royce lves, Waller Sarqenl, Renila Frilz, Irene Everls, John Hansen, Harry Nelluni, Rolland Harringfon, Miss Mariorie Gray, adviser. Fourlh row: Elaine Schinke, Evelyn Fanslow, Dolores Schaller, Doris Wold, Joyce Carlson, Annerfe Ganlenbein, Bernice Larson, Dorolliy Nelson, Lucille Swanson. Third row: Wilma Thorie, Dorolhy Wold, Dolores lnqeman, Louise Belcher, Irene Van Ducsen, Kalhryn Locr, Evelyn Tie-dcnian, Marcia Teichrnann. Second rowz Marlha Howe, Jean Johnson, Astrid Eval-l, Jean Sarqenl, Jean Elander, Anila , Jeannefle Slurnpl, Marie Wagner, presidenl. Eirsl row: Marion Nasclh, Helen Saupe, Lillian Hanson, Lillyblad, Ruby Hawke, Richard Kernan, Wallace Raasch, Neil Hoff. i.5',!'K. H Top row: Almon Willie, Edwin Sandberg, Roberl Nelson, Carl Guslalson, Richard Kernan, Richard Reilrnann, Roy Pererson, William Fearherslone, Edward Mumford, Doyle Anderson, William Page, Vernon Erb, Carl Oslund, Cameron Hoff, Edmund Manoque, presidenl. Third row: Marybelle Nelson, Phyllis Skoqan, Loraine Olson, June Milchell, Margery Mellon, Margare? Taylor, Palricia Smirh, Margarel Schouweiler, Margo Ann Bryan. Second row: Inez Pallerson, Jean Johnson, Marqarel Sweasy, Jane Ann Sundberg, Jean Serviclc, secretary, Maxine Ray, Frances Benlley, Edilh Langley. Firsl row: Charlolle Lillyblad, Dorolhy Gyryoidahl, Jean Heaney, Kalhryn Fridell, Donna Marie Kohn, Rulh Loklcesmoe, Phoebe Fool, Treasurer. Els' R yy 'NU V X ' f 4 ' XJ . .Ji I ,J J Y . ' Q .4 Top row: Yvonne Brunell, Helen Tebbe, Geraldine Mollon, Helen Anderson, presidenl, Marilyn Chinander, secrelary, June Fladhammer, Rurh Benlley, Belly Jean Haqqe, Jean Grole, Nelda Huddleslon. Third raw: Pauline Pererson, Muriel Josephson, Miss Katherine Yosl, adviser, Bernifa McLeod, Grace Seiz, Dolores Luhmann, Jean Laurghlin, Marcia Nelson, Dorolhy Duden. Second row: Dorofhy Marlin, Shirley Barron, Marqarel Johnson, Berdella Sffnonscn, Doris Carlson, Beverly Edwards, Joyce Morley, Mildred Van Schaick. Fronl row: Dororhy Roberts, Gail Russell, Pauline Harringlon, Treasurer, Marilyn Larnberq, Dororhy Hoffman, Mary Lou Johnson, vice-presidenl, Rulh Hanson. Iup row: Marqy Nelson, Doris Carlson, Faylhc Comsloclc, vice-oresidenl, Lucille Schade, Rulh Erickson, secrclary, Elizabclh Daniels, Evelyn Sarqenl. Second row: Ida Hanson, Verna Borlie, Marqarer GraI'I, Mrs. Amanda Anderson, advisor, Pauline Pearson, Verna Volh, presidenl, Thelma Hedrick. Firsl row: Irene Dicke, Palricia Ferquson, Marian Berg, lreasurer, Elizabelh Trulen, Miriam Carlson, Bernice Lidberg, Arlel Josephson, Vivian Deden. 'E WMV? +1 I I I 1' i-Q-' - all C" V HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS JUNIOR DRAMATIC GUILD BOOK AND TRAVEL CLUB PAGE 24 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ,f lpj ,Af 1 f f, AV r C! ., A, Q' 4 , J' ,N .Ji X 1.0 . ' ' ,J . ,, Ln, , 4' , AS 1 r 1' .wi , 4' I, 79' ,vi fl D' 1.x I A - I 5-'ds L GIRLS' ROCK STUDY CLUB BOYS' ROCK STUDY CLUB PAGE 25 1. Mya .s f az .n Qi!!-1 "xw3ul.a' ,rf lrlfyli I f,fLj,.JU A .IRA , +L Top row: L Reicharil, Fern Tifrrnwerberfz, Erlarr-inn Thnnrr'-son, irene Gzumurvrnn, Flare-nce Hanson, llln Hansen Alice Lohrne-yer, Doroihy Haqqartm, Anime Jolnsrw, Pnnlne Pvnrsnn, vrrn-presicienl, Roberta Mnrqv Nelson, presiclenl, Evclyn lie-lrran, Ellen Mann, Wilnire Thorie, lrene Qhesl, Jaws? illn Sonbnrq Eunice Raasch, Loraine Olson, Olive Gnhrrnan, Flflh few: Miss Mary Curran, adviser, on Norma 3 r Deusen Ma-ine Ray Jaqusch, Frances Jablonske, Louise Bflfiiher, Prawns Mehrler-s, lneg Pla Ura Kayser, Kalhryn Leer, Miss Marx Perlir-s, :livin r, Fo-rrlh gun, Milrie Rclclson, Helen Johnsen, Harrie? Lanfieci, Doris Carlsen, Rnlh McCiisker Sera dine Mnrlinscn, Virqinici Weslereer-3, Thr'-1 r v on Jane? Johnson, Miriam Carlson, Elizabelh Trnlen, Vnrna Helen Hausfein, Joyce Johnson, Marqarer Taylor Dorothy Sghinlne Gladys Severson Agnes Ek, Lucille Swanson, Marqarcl Alcerson. Firsf ww: lone lrcasurcr, Alla Maqnusen Elizabelh Schultz, Top row: Mrs. Ernily Fealherslone, adviser, Geraldine Molten, vice-presrdr-'w', Helen Anderson, frensnrer, Mnrulyr Chinander, Nelda Huddleslon, Belly Jean Hanqxe, Rjn Benllex, proslrlenf, Derolhy Duefinn, Delores Snrllh Second row: Pollie Harrinqfon, Mariwry Haque Lr'lrnn Hansen, Audrey Nnilenu, Jean Gmie, Muriel Josephson Shirley Barron, Phyllis Sicvens, Marian Nasefh. Firsl rm' Riilh Hanson, Jrxyce Morley, Doroll-y Louise Huhlrwrarr Shirley Johnson, Marilyn Lamberq, Helen Saupc, seuelary, Margarci Johnson, Dolores Luhrnairn, Doris Wieliirij Mary Lou Johnson. Top row: Richard Blondcll, Richard Pc-larse-n, Mrs. Ernily Feelherslone, adviser, .lack Meyers, Alvin lrlsen ifcasurer, Donald Slrorn, Donald Esflmd, Donal-l Lfrrsw, .lorries Var: Gailder. Firsl row: Donald Miller, sean-fnrx' Donald Carlson, James Bennell, Carrell Easlliir 1, :nr-fiii.-M Rey Mehrlens, Roberl I-lilleslarnj, I -1 , 14. v I 4 f ,rf 4 I ?.fl"gIUD1TORIUM ., PCDCE Too raw: PniIip I-IaII, Edward OIscn, Gr-orqe Ryberq, Frank Anderson, Donald Carirzr, DonaId SMIII, BurneII Dani. Fron? row: Roger Gaivin, Ciiiford Pirius, Jarnns Quinn, Vernon Erb. Lawrence Biornsiad, Marvin Gaivin, Duane Nordenskiold. fn-7-qs TRAFFIC POLICE Top row: Loweli JuIian, Kcnnerh Johnson ,Rodman Dc WMI, Cari Gusrafson, Harry NcIIurn. I-lrsf row: Russcil Sarqcnr, Eari SIinson, LIoyd Mane-que. TICKET SQUAD Too rczw: Edrnund Manogue, Donaid Anderson, George Rvberq, Frank Anderson, Vinccnr Jonnson, Earl Sfinson. Second row: Roger Gaivin, Clifford Pirius, Rayrnond Darnrnan, Francis Voiirners, Doyie Anderson. Third row: Jarnes Quinn, Marvin Gaivin, Jean Dixon, Lioyd Manogue, Donaid SIUII, Cameron Hof'I. PAGE 26 SCENCE PAGE 27 ,e CLUB I. ' v--1 .al HLY CLUB R.VW CLUB I I, Al-Q4 Lived- W-1. 1--Lu.,y-Q z . I Top r:w: Donald Johnson, Wlnslon Chrcouelfe, l-larry Peferson, vlce-presldenr, Vlncenf Johnson, prcsnlenl, Thomas Schouweiler, Philip Pearson, Mr. O. E. Balflr-, adviser. Second row: Jean Dixon, Lloyd Manoqne, 'Ihnrnas Thorsfensen, John Solheirn, James Qurnn, Alien Marllnson, Benlarnin Hawkins. Firsr row: James Cook, Dean Haller, Roberr Kempe, secrerary-lreasurer, Rrehard Hawlcansan, George Ronsr, Jaclc Grillllh, Marlen Meurlcns. Top row: Spencer Lees, James Meyer, Donald Swll, Phillp Nnrdcen, James Claydon Vlncenf Johnson, Cavnercrn Hoff, Kenneih Johnson, Roy Pererson, Thrrel row: Allan Marllnson Richard Hawlcanson, Edward Olson, Thomas Thorslenson, Ted Hall, Roberl Hupfer, Lauren l-laqqe, Fredrick Heqlund, Doyle Anderson. Second row: Jack Grlrlirh, Philip Hall, Vernon Erb, Clirfcrd Plrlus Roqnr Galvln, Donald Fagan, Everell Olson, Reber? flusslcn. Firsl row: Jean Dixon, Treasurer, Edmund Manoque, presldenf, Harbison Meech, vice-presldcnr, William Paqc-, secrcfary, Lloyd Manoque. ddfau Top row: Jean Dixon, Philrp Hall, Everell Olson, Lawrenf ' r Jann-5 Claydon, Warren Haqqe, Donald Stull. Second row: EnrneiK4BdH if Cid rn, George Ryberq, presldenr, Donald Carler, Ja'nes Qulnn, Claris 9096 ' Q :WZ Pirlus, secrelary, Alfon Marllnson, Vernon Erb Llovd Marvgrruz, Marvin balvln, Dua 00, l rw 1 'L-"F 1 1' , ., - 1 .' 'ua ,-, ,- n 1 , ' , ,-5-g .n al . V - 1 f . 1 J a 7 4 ft 'F Ti -' pm' M ..' 5'-1' fx V. I ' I , s lx' f' ., , . ,,, Y. fi Top row: Cameron I-Iofl, Edmund Manogue, Ross Thorfinnson, Vincent Johnson, Third row: Edifh Langley, Joyce Carlson, Doris Wold, Dorolhv Wold, Loraine Olson, Donald Johnson. Second row: Edilh Anderson, Marian Swanson Frances Benlley, Verna Borliel Irene Dicke, Doris Thorfinnson, Rober? Tebbe. Firsl row: James Cook, lone I-Iodlund, Genevieve Kasimor, Marqarel Graff, Verna Vofh, Lucille Swanson, Richard Rcilrnann, Richard I-lawlcanson. ,L W wwf HMI WM' Top row: Odclla Haslce, Miriam Carlson, Elizabefh Trulen, Lucille Schade, Clifford Melisfrorn, Norman Anderson. Second row: Lucille Swanson, Elaine Schinke, Dcrolhv Johnson, Rulh Erickson, Verna Borlie, Arvilla Seaberq. Firsl rmwg Ivlniinda Gluesen, Helen Hausleinl Dolores Saul, Elizabeth Daniels, Faylhe Cornsrock, Evelyn Tiedeman, Verna Volh. VALJE ZH EDITORIAL STAFF PRODUCTION STAFF G. A. A. A lhrough L 'ik falj' ' If IN ,X WK ig 14. Top row: Joyce Carlson, Marqarcl Johnson, Rulh Erickson, Elizabelh Johnson, Jane Ahlsledl, Jeanne Elander, Marlha Howe. Fillh row: Arlel Josephson, Frances Benlley, Elaine Larson, Edilh Langley, Elizabelh Daniels, Faylhe Comsloclc, Dcrolhca Lidberq, Bernice Lidberq, Marcine Ki hhofl, lone Alrns, Fourlh row: Winilred Fcalhcr- slone, Gerlrude Eichinqer, l-lelen Bell, Marian Slurnpf, Jean Johson, Dolores Lundell, Kalhryn Johnson, Ardis Dixon. Third row: Marqarel Alcerscn, Jean Holrnouisl, Calherine lchinoer, Edilh Anderson, Aslrid Eyald, Helen Johnson, Mildred Johnson, Marqarel Fealherslone, Lucille Gus lson, Charlorle Lillyblad, Virginia Anderson. Second row: Mildred Becker, Genevieve Kasirnor, Jean l-leaney, alhryn Fridell, Belly Carlile, Jeanelle Bandelin, Phoebe Fool, Donna Marie Kohn, Dorolhy Grondahl, Firsl ro "Roberla Daniels, Phylg Slcogan, Marian Saul, K Lillian Inqebriqlsen, Leona Wa er, Mary Huddleslon, Amy Aane, Mary Hall. QL f' .,. ' - X X. EX 4:1 Y Y J 1' Svi ' Q 1 .X e ,. .V , , L B , A Y ' , ll - f 'S ' K X gy F X 'X B Q xl x. 'XC ,lv 'N p -X ' .i l ' V 'T ' V - ' . .y , Q-x 5. J ' xx QQ 4 JC 1. ' S xi .X , NY B xl X12 X' V - N ,' ' . N X '- . ' ,E ' N- N x TNX3 cg Y 'E K R GQ V 'LD NI! t xi X , il , XX N AX J , l -" Nl? si A i i ' L or is as 'SL fl L K fx--.-I YQ S' . Q llxl eff, l . . Y X xi xv! A E K-P X EQ JJ C', - ok - xl 6 Q I x 5 l iv J , C . E ,E E X G. A. A. M lhrough Z Top row: Eileen Reilmann, Marqarel Wiqgeii, Dcrolhy Rousl, Rulh Ovalsen, Iva Lea Suskovic, Palricia Nordccn, Margarel Pelerson, Lucille Schade, Edilh Langley, Barbara Millard, Marcia Teichmann, Fern Tirnrnerberq, Peqqy Zioneiqo. Fourlh row: Doris Welvanq, Gerlrude Schwarlau, Doris Pelerson, Gladys Severson, Alla Magnuson, Marian Swanson, Shirley Mabin, Lucille Seaberq, Belly Nelson, Marianne Rehder, Ella Mae Vollrners, Peqqv Raab, Cecilia Slarlc. Third row: Arline Olson, Doris Thcrlinnson, Frances Mehrlcens, Rulh Sargen?, Louise Wiqqen, Kalhryn Saul, Evelyn Sarqenl, Lucille Schaller, La Vela Sarqenl, Dcrolhy Wilson, Jean Sargenl. Second row: Marqarcl Sweasy, Phyllis Slcoqan, Marybelle Nelson, vice-presidenl, Phyllis Nelson, Leona Wagner, Marion Saul, Jane Ann Sundbcrg, Marion Slurnpl, Dorolhy Wold, Doris Wold, Loraine Olson, Palricia Smith, June Milchell. l'ir5I row: Clmrnrnionsliip Bash-lball Team' Diirulliy Jolinson, Ellaniina llilxniiws-vii, Janis RL-lidur, M.irig.iri-l I.iyl-lr lknline Hall, Evelyn Tiedeman, Margery Mollon, Maxine Ray, Joyce Johnson, Jean Serviclc, Dolores Saul, PAGE 29 uf Au -C 2 .C -0- YD -+- O CNC O -+- U CD C 'O C O U1 C .C O 7 O be manager, Ra Dahl, -O- +- an C L 3 I Ti L o '4- E 3 E Tl C VU 3 -o :JJ C O Ln L LD 'O fUC r-If C O -O P Q O 23 E fU 5 Q5 3 UN O C IO E -U C 3 E io LLI .C it 35 C LC U 'U t YU I .9 QE Q. af H699 eff Nelson, Warren .Q O D! C. O V7 C .C O -J if ro Q if O C -C C O U KD 'JU AXTTIHILIETTIIES -f7"'l"c'sQ Y ED WING HIGH SCHOOL slarled ils l935 alhlelic season under lhe leadership of a new coach, Mr. Roberl J. McNish. Coach lvIcNish is a graduale ol Hamline College. where he was an oulslanding alhlele. Upon gradua- lion from Hamline, he served as assislanl coach lo his alma maler, and laler conlinued his coach- ing career al lvlinnesola. "Coach Bob" has +ha+ rare abilily ol making lriends easily, and soon had a squad of enlhusi- aslic gridiron aspiranls loiling under him on lhe rocky lurl ol Jellerson lield. Wirh only six vel- erans relurning. Coach McNish had lhe iob ol welding a loolball machine oul ol comparalively green malerial, which he succeeded in doing admirably well. The l935 loolball squad enioyed one ol lhe besl seasons in many years, winning lwo, lying lwo, and losing rhree games. Al limes Red Wing displayed brillianl loolball. and al olher limes lhe playing was ragged and lislless. Wilh lhe relurn ol only lour lellermen nexl fall, lhe main lask will be lo build up a new learn: yel viewing lhe prospeclsi we are conli- denl lhal we shall have a line squad nexl season. The resignalion ol Coach lvIcNish who has accepled a posilion al Hamline is lo be de- plored. Allhough we deeply regrel his deparl- ure, we would hearlily congralulale him upon his promolion and wish him lhe besl ol luck. FOOTBALL SEASON'S RECORD Dale Our Score Opponenls' Score Sepl, River Falls O Sepl, AUSlIr1 O Od, Winona 6 Ocl. Train'g School I9 Ocl. Faribaull 6 Ocl. Rochesler 35 Nov, NOr'l'l1'lIelCl D STATISTICS Name Posilion Heighl Weighl Edmund Manogue ...,. Righl End 5' IO" l45 James Claydon ...... Righl End 6' I" I47 .q , an , C' E' Lc.-Q.: Nilan Bombach ....... Righl Tackle 'W' l95 ICO-Caplainl ,7-'dfkfl fp Jean Dixon ........... Righl Guard 5' 6" I42 ' James Quinn .......,. Cenler 5' 8" I44 Cameron Hell .....,.. Lell'Guard 5' ll" I52 Lloyd Manogue ....... Lell Tackle 5' 8" l38 George Ryberg ....,.. Lell Tackle 6' 2" I9O Warren Hagge ..,,... Lell End 5' lO" l40 Willys Freeberg ....... Lell End 5' ll" l43 Rolland Harringlon .... Ouarlerback 5' 7" l35 Russell Fosler ......... Lell Hall 5' IO" l53 Charles Harringlon ,... Righl Hall 5' 7" l42 Roger Galvin ......... Righl Hall 5' 8" I43 Clillord Pirius ..... .... F ullback 5' 9" l53 lCo-Caplainl Average Heighl 5' 9". Average Weighl l5O lbs. BASKETBALL When Coach McNish issued lhe call for bas- kelball candidales. aboul l5O young alhleles responded, including six relurning lellermen: Capl. Clillord Pirius, Donald Carler, Edward Olson, Duane Nordenskiold, Burnell Dahl, and Philip Hall. An eliminalion lournamenl was held in which prospeclive candidales were selecled and placed on lhe squad lo represenl Red Wing. The squad worked hard under lhe new menlor and soon had a polished, hard-lighling leam lo wear lhe purple and while on lhe baslcelball courl. The leam had a good season and wound up in a lie wilh Auslin lor lirsl place in lhe Big Eighl slandings. dropping lheir only game lo Norlhlield. Red Wing had ils slreaks ol bril- lianl ball playing and ils slumps lhroughoul lhe season, bul showed a sleady improvemenl as lhe lournamenls approached. In lhe dislricl lournamenl. Red Wing came lhrough wilh llying colors overwhelming While Boar in lhe lirsl game 5l lo 23, and lhen de- lealing Columbia Heighls 28 lo 22. ln lhe lhird game, Foresl Lake was lhe viclim ol a 40 lo 3l score, and in lhe linal game, Red Wing again displayed lhe championship lorm il had shown lhroughoul lhe lournamenl in downing Farminglon 3l lo 24. The regional lournamenl was held in Red Wing and lhe leam again overcame all oppo- silion, delealing Anoka 35 lo 25 and complelely oulclassing lhe polished Sl. Paul Cenlral leam by lhe score ol 4l lo 3l. PAGE Bl OUR BASKETBALL TEAM bv' -K, I 7, N .Vx X. Top row: AlTon MarTinson, Philip Hall, Duane Norclenskiold, Roberi J. Mchlish, coach. Firsl row: Burnclf Dahl, Erifvarfi Olson, Donald Carter, Rodman DcWiTT, MWC Obradovich, CliTTord Pirius. Through iTs vicTory over ST. Paul CenTral, Red Wing won The righT To enTer The sTaTe TournamenT. In The TirsT game, This TighTing Red Wing Team wormed ouT a 29 To 27 vicTory over Luverne in a game ThaT was close all The way To The end. The second game was more disasTrous Trom The Red Vwfing poinT oT view, Tor a Tall, rangy, Bemidji Team, which laTer became The sTaTe champ, deTeaTed The more dirninuTive Red WingiTes by The score oT 34 To 23. ln The consolaTion, Red Wing received liTTle consoling, Tor a classy Buhl Team vanquished Them To The Tune OT 35 To lo. This leTT Red Wing wiTh TourTh place in sTaTe raTings. Red Wing, however, was noT To reTurn empTy handed, and reTurned home wiTh The sporTsmanship Trophy Tor exhibiTing The besT appearance and conducT aT The TournamenT. CapTain CliTTord Ririus piloTed his Team Through- PAGE 32 ouT The season and led Them inTo The sTaTe Tourna- menTs wiTh ThaT sTeady, cool-headed ball handling aT which he excels. Rodman DeWiTT and Mike ObradoviTch, boTh oT whom played Their TirsT season on The Red Wing Team, played excellenT ball. Don CarTer proved a capable running maTe Tor CapTain Pirius aT guard posT. Eddie Olson aT Torward did his share in Tak' ing Red Wing To The sTaTe TournamenT. Three capable subsTiTuTes, l-Tall, Dahl and Nordenslciold, saw much service ThroughouT The season and gave a good accounT oT Themselves. We, The sTudenTs OT Red Wing l-ligh School, are proud oT The Team's achievemenTs, and in congraTulaTing Them, we also exTend To Them our sincere wishes Tor a conTinuaTion OT Their good worlc. TEMPUS FUGIT SepT. 9. Hi, Gang! School doors are once again opened. SepT. I0-I5. The fooTbalI cave-men are dem- onsTraTing The Technique of The game To The adoring girls. Sept I4. Goodhue Counfy Fair: Red Wing de- serTed. WhaT have The sideshows Thaf Red Wing hasn'T? Sept 20. FirsT game on The gridiron rock pile. Rod Wing defeafs River Falls I3-O. Sept 2I. STudenTs are wondering how Philip Hall geTs his hair combed in The back. Sept 24. ReIucTanTIy Bill fishes forTh from The depThs of his pockcf a dime, a nickel, ano Two pennies: and sobbing biTTerly ThrusTs Them aT "Ray C." WhaT are we Talking abouT? Why Bill Schilling losT his beT on The Baer-Lewis fight OcT. I. The whole school is kniTTing. Dolores Saul makes a IiHle on The side by TuToring. OcT. 7. .Class ofhcers are eIecTed. Lloyd Man- ogue accepTs The responsibiIiTy of leading The Prom. Dick Hawkanson as presidenT, proves To be The crowning Touch To senior digniTy. Oct I I. The Timid boys are sTeeIing Themselves To spring ThaT deaTh-defying quesTion con- cerning The Senior Dance. , Oct I7. In whaT is The classical sTruggle of The year, The R. W. Club sfages iTs firsf Sunlighf Dance. Oct I9. Miss ArmsTrong and The Gamma Lambda deIegaTes aTTend The SouThern Min- nesoTa Girls' Conference aT RochesTer. Oct 24-25. School closed for M. E. A. Ah, sleep, beauTiful sleep! Even VincenT John- son lefT his higher algebra book aT home. Oct 3I. Halloween. Was iT you, Bill Page, who Turned in Those fire alarms? Nov. I5. The besT Senior Dance in years, fea- Turedby gala decoraTions, exceIIenT music- and punch leh, Erb?l. Jean Servick and Cliff Pirius waITzed oTf wiTh The candy. Nov. 28. Da of Thanksgiving and of sTuffing- lnoT necessarily The Turkey.l Nov. 29. Warmed-up Turkey. Hi-Y Conven- Tion. Red Wing girls geT a break. Dec. I. Creamed Turkey on paTT shells yesTer- day and Turkey dumplings Today! lT'II have To be soup Tomorrow. Dec. 5. Dinner feaTured by beef-sTeak. Dec. 5-6. All-class play. Two 'fIndians," a skunk, an old-maid aunt and a Treasure prove To be The recipe for a hilarious evening. Dec. 20. ChrisTmas vacaTion wiTh all of iTs misTleToe and gaieTy begins. Dcc. 24. Janice Hendrickson has iusT finished enlarging her sfocking. Jan. I. Leap Year begins! Many boys leave , Town for The year. Jan. IO. We voTe on clofhes for graduaTion. Spencer Lees, aggressively defeaTing "Caps and Gowns," wears a broad smile. Jan. 22. Cold wave begins-330 below zero. School is closed. The sTudenTs sadly aTTend classes aT The MeTro. - Jan. 24. PicTures! PicTuresI PicTuresl Seniors pose before The candid camera' wiTh self- conscious expressions. , Feb. 6. Prom da+e is seT for May I. Girls be- qin sTroIIing Through The halls wiTh ThaT wisT- ful look. March 9. The DisTricT TournamenT is over. Cliff gives his well-planned speech. .Q March I3-I4. The Regional TournamenT is held in The old home Town. The "Hindu Halls" daze The audience wiTh Their mysiicism, while The "Purple Plague" aTTacking ST. Paul Cen- Tral flashes Through To win. ' B March I8. .Once again we go Tojhe STaI'e,.iWe ,hold a pep fesT aT The depoT and given The boys a rousing send-oTf. ' March 25. Spring is suFeIy here.'TiTJ'ean Dixon geTs ouT his Model T. April I-2. Many a perfecTIy good permanenf is sTraighTened aT The Juniors' performance of "The HaunTed House." April 2. TryouTs for The senior play, "The LaTe ChrisTopher Bean" are held. f April I3-I7. PicTures for The Senior Issue are Taken. The boys are nonchaIanT, and The girls-well, why discuss ThaT? April I8. The honor socieTies were announced Today. Edmund Manogue and Cameron HOTT Top all by having a raTing of four honor socieTies. The firsT annual Colle e Day was held wiTh Red Wing acTing as It-fosT To sur- rounding Towns. April 22. PiraTes hobnob wiTh The Bowery gang, and Tramps rub shoulders wiTh prima donnas aT The G. A. A. annual banqueT. May I. The day arrives. May 4. The magazine goes To press. The calendar is ended and readers, ahem,- are disconsolafe. PAGE 33 Two shorT bells, The laggard's TooTTall. Then silenT shadows reign in CenTral's hall. Such unconcern wriTTen on Their Taces-anyone would be led To believe ThaT such conTorTions come naTurally To These young lads. The Tellow wiTh so much cheelc is Dick l-lawlcanson. The oTher speci- men oT pulchriTude, Tramed by Those beauTiTul calves, is Eddie lvlanogue. P. S. A liTTl3 secroT: The men behind The scene are Cameron HOTT and Lloyd Manogue. If f Q f ,T 2 Mi' MMA iss' 'T 'ZWMT T ,A aff f- -fff ' The Thinlcer. IT is no oTher Than George Jorgen- sen, a model expressive oT joy in deep conTempla- Tion, as he perches wiTh The Civil War veTeran on The pedesTal adorning The CourT T-louse grounds. A breaThing spell aTTer wriTing ouT a Tloclc oT excuses, Tinds our principal snug in his reTreaT en- grossed, we assume, wiTh The problem oT wheTher or noT To give us a half holiday every day Tor The remainder oT The year. The ScarleT FeaTher cameramen, VincenT Johnson and Francis Vollmers, caTch PaTricia SmiTh and Lloyd lvlanogue as They are casually chaTTing aboul' The weighTy maTTers involved in leading The Prom. lv1iliTanT in Their sTance. A couple oT uniforms would TransTer Bill and By T-lowe inTo a mighTy Tine pair oT colonels. BeTTer noT say any more: They mighl' up and leave Their janiTorships behind. ff - f , ,. ,. 1 f, . , f " . -4 "' jk V,-W4 41' 1-1 ,-' - 1 -0- ""C . ff' PAGE 34 T P' .,,r L.. , Preseufing fhe i935-i936 Cheer Leading dynasfy -Evie Tiedeman, fhe maiden fair, and Busfer Ker- nan, as fhey perform a rousing, "Go, Gang, Go!" Real success in life may almosf invariably be def fermined by preparafion made before hand, whefher if be by self-educafion or insfifufional edu- cafion. This scene porfrays fhe general assembly held in fhe audiforium when various fypes of higher educafien were explained fo college aspiranfs af Red Wing's firsf College Day. Af fhe Scarlef Feafher deslc we find Edifh Lang- ley, edifor-in-chief, and Joyce Carlsen, arf edifor, in conference. Sfanding are Roberf Tebbe, versa- file newsman, Donald Johnson, reporfer, Cameron l-loff, sporfs edifor, Richard Reifmann and James Cook, cub reporfers, and Ross Thorfinnson, assisf- anf manager of finances. Judging by expressions, a recess from school is welcomed by fhe higher-ups as well as fhe lower- downs. ln fhe foreground is Mr. Kinney sfridpi buoyanfiy along. Behind him are JohnlD n and Tom Thorsfenson. The curly head aw f belongs fo Elizabefh Johnson. . "Boulder Dam", an acfivify ficlcel program, pref senfed af fhe Municipal Audiforium, proved quife a drawing card even fo fhe non-holders of acfivify ficleefs. The picfure shows Phyllis Sfevens, Lor- rainne l-laller, and Audrey Nadeau as fhey hurry fhrough fhe door. Thaf fhis is an age of speed, accounfs for if no doubf. Here we have our mafhemafical wizards guided by Miss Balclqe as fhey delve deep info fhe laby- rinfh of solid geomefry. The figure fo fhe exfreme righf is Winsfon Chigueffe, while fhaf brave soul af fhe leff is Roberf Walfers. ln fhe cenfer we find inimifable "Mickey" Sundberg. PAGP 35 R WV iisl ' we awe-vw' ,s s s , " W J 7.7! f rl je vi lj POSTSCRIPT ee if A ell-c wee: eleeeze and e fresh sheelof paper ing books, may find herself scalpedof +he possi- ,we hope will yield an edilorial. Bul lhen one can .lnevel lell-wilh lhe lragranl sool of spring wafling lhrough lhe windows and James Cook vehemenlly arguing in lhe background. We are beginning lo realize why Annual edilorials always discuss aller- gradualion problems, lhe advanlages of self-educa- lion, and so forlh. The poor edilors, frenzied by lasl minule delails, merely clulched lheir hair wilh one hand an wild-eyed galloped off lo lasso lhe firsl inspiralion which should hove in sighl. Manfully suppressing a desire lo moralize on lhe value of lime conserv ion, we now pause for refleclion. elling you lhal opporlunily knocks bul success is one per cenl inspiralion and ni ' e per cenl perspiralion. We leave lhal r commencemenl speakers. Slill no edilorial. ad lhoughl of preaching aboul concenlraled orl, bul fearing lhal we would be called upon lo lludrale, we abandon lhal loo. Invoking lhe edi- lorial muse, we again, albeil leebly, proceed. i2 pily lo spoil such lovely while r n "GO WEST, YOUNG MAN, GO WESTl" Many years ago, our forefalhers hearing lhese words whislling lhrouqh lhe leaves and branches of lhe New EnQand lrees, migraled lo lhe Wesl. Packing lheir few possessions in lheir new Ford-V 8's, lhey moged "Weslward l-lo" lo discover new places, lo do new lhings, and lo live new adven- lures. Leaving behind lheir old homes, old friends, and old ambi ions, lhey fearlessly proceeded lo conquer lhe old, cruel world-lo reach lhal new Ulop,ia,, lh "Weslern Fronl-ier." Todalylfwe ho are l graduales of lhe class of ar plone We are allemplmg wilh of lh acls we learned in school lo l bu . u c i ' , s' lhe o .e orld lo-reach new fronliers of gin o r :fe w I93 e ai i ' . ' , ' eav h o d behind lo venlure forlh lnlo u e c s ' ' ofk. Bac i I8 6 lillle Jane, a pioneer lassie, bul eighle ni years young, neglecled her usual precau lions. lniun Jake came along and cul off Jane's Our modern Jane, because she has spenl loo many nighls gazing coquellishly al John, inslead of read PAGE 36 bilily ol securing employmenl. Lillle Jane's lwin sisler, Belly, one day fell inlo a raging lorrenl and drowned, a hardship lhe pioneers mel wilh fre- quenlly. Belly never reached her fronlier, bul served as guesl of honor al her lasl round-up. Our Belly, loday known as Belle, may, because she has wasled her evenings singing awe-inspiring iazz, finds herself mournfully singing, "l'm Heading For My Lasl Round-up," professionally. Someday we shall have reached our fronlier. ll may be by a muddy palh, as was lhe Missouri lo lhe pioneers, or by a clean macadamized road. If we have worked in school, we may slide down lhe "chule lhe chule" lo success: if we have been on a merry-go-round, we may have lo climb lhe "Barn Bluff" of success. Compensalion is vifhal we mean. Every good has il bad. Yes, life is as complicaled as a buller-making machine. The cow eals green grass and red berries and gives while milk. You pul lhe while milk inlo lhe machine, and buller come oul a beauliful yel- low. He who can enler lhe machine and come oul changed for lhe beller will some day reach his fronlier, his acme of success, his new haven. L'ENVOI ' The Class of I936 passes on lo relurn no more. The doclors, slenographers, leachers, nurses, and engineers of lhe fulure are among ils sixly-four girls and forly-nine boys. Il is lo lhem lhal we whisper wilh a pardonable lear coursing down an ink-besmudged cheek, "May happiness and success in enlirely be yours!" 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