East High School - Arrow Yearbook (Sioux City, IA)

 - Class of 1950

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Que ' 041 8 F47 " Reviewing the events of twenty-five years in eight pages is a tremendous task. The staff realizes that there may be inaccuracies and omissions. It has been impossible to mention all the outstanding figures and events in East High's history: the objective was to hit the highlights. Though most space has been de- voted to activities, class work has always been of such high caliber that to praise outstanding teachers would require all the pages allotted to history. The generation of students that has passed through the corridors and classrooms of East High School has made its presence felt in Morningside and wherever the 4600 alumni have scattered. Much of their am- bition, loyalty. and civic responsibility can be traced to the influence of this school. Through th-e years there has grown up at East High a traditional school spirit which has kept stu- dent morale high even under disappointment and defeat. Strong community support has promoted this attitude: truly outstanding leadership among both faculty and students has contributed. Students con- stantly display enthusiasm for their school work as well as for the many extra-curricular activities. The fact that East High has won more than its share of honors is the result of this remarkable school spirit. Building on the traditions of the past, East High looks to the future with high hopes, "As our banners go conquering on." Q qjflzlyb if . , A w Z if s 'fi TRADITIONAL PEP of East students is displayed at East-Central game. first Raider appearance at Allee Gymnasium fl949J.

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144 Um B wa., raping Rewula The Tomahawk and Arrow will be celebrating their twenty-fifth anniversaries in two years. There has been much rivalry between these publications. and each year they prove to each other that' "The pen is mightier than the sword." The name Arrow was chosen by the student body. Like Tomahawk, it harmonized with the Indian motif then used by East High School. The original plan was to use as a theme each year some country where arrows had been employed. After American Indian, Medieval, Viking, Egyptian, and Roman annuals this custom was abandoned. During the de- pression years C1933-1938 inclusivej no annuals were published. Instead, a "Senior Edition" of the Tomahawk was issued. It was similar to the East Junior "A" Booster. In 1948 the Tomahawk introduced a new system of getting subscribers. Printing prices had reached an all-time high: therefore subscribing for the Toma- hawk became compulsory. However, the Arrow still runs on a voluntary basis. The tenure record for Tomahawk advisers is held by Miss Hulda Kreutz, now serving her seventh year in that capacity. She formerly advised seven annual staffs. Mr. Lowell Schroeder holds the record, eight I years, for Arrow advisers. Siuclada Paaaiiaefb The Student Council, formerly called the Senate. has played an important part in East I-Iigh's social and academic life. Each year the council tries to find a particular project in addition to its traditional duties. The school party is a semi-annual affair. while the student directories are published whenever there is need. The war bonds purchased in 1942 and 1943 will be put to some good use when they mature. One year the council bought new flags for the classrooms. Final payments on the school flag were made in 1948. In September of 1948 plans for the cyclorama fund began. Previous to this, talent assemblies had been given to obtain money for various school needs. but with this momentous task ahead all minor proj- ects were dropped and the whole school concentrated on eaming money for payment on the cyclorama. This is the biggest and probably the most appreciated undertaking the Student Council has ever attempted. was e ..u.1,...f Mrs. Flora Davenport, East High's first dean. did much for the school. She was acting principal for a year and a half, then was dean until 1930, when Miss Katherine Mourning took her place. Mrs. Davenport still lives in Sioux City and maintains an active interest in "her" school. Miss Mourning was relieved in 1932 by Miss Alice Mower, who was dean until 1937. Both Miss Mouming and Miss Mower are deceased. East High's next dean, Miss Lorraine Pow- ers, stayed until Miss Hoyt, our present dean of girls. arrived in September of 1941. In 1946, Mr. Milton S. Delzell was appointed dean of boys, in which position he still serves. P1111 :Sf "-xr E mm li



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