Edison High School - Wizard Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)

 - Class of 1926

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SCHULZE Bmimirf Mazzafgel' A. - 4 I. l. l. 4 m me IZARD Pzzolixfoeof by obo fone '26 .Ymior Clam of Edison High School v Nlmnmpoln, Minfz. .I ' ne un ii I , -, , -- -.,. nf- E lugs Q Q4 'fnlllw mx, .Ami Y gy owsj jfhmimi 5 fi , 45Lfl 5k!?'Ji 'mmm Q . Mk N 'R V' ,X-Aww,-.l----x35 xxk 1 . -' , Lggnm ., 1 UM.E THREE W , em. VH- v Minneapolis, 1880 3 ack at my house, where the village ends And the furrowed land begins, God is a music of cello-tones And satiny violins. But here, in this maelstrom of opposites, This passion of splendors and slimes, The factory chimneys are organ-pipes, And the engine-bells are chimes. And which is dearer I cannot tell- My blossomy symphony, Or the thundering organ that breaks my heart And sunders my soul from me. St. Anthony Falls, 1775 h 1 Edison, 1926 Dedication the people of Northeast by Whose 'efforts the students of this schoo1 are able to receive an edu- cation, We dedicate this third volume, The Neighborhood Wizard. Logan Park. 1926 'I Ir' U . . A lmsmsu-twmmH,l+ll,wl+ '--Q-"IS ...I Foreword ITH the zum ofporrray Q: 55 lng the development 'WP L from the earl1est trrnes to the present of creatrng sr greater lnterest 1n thls school among the nerghborhood peo ple of strengthenrng the sp1r1t of the classes and of revrewlng the happenmgs of 21 year 1n school l1fe We present thrs rhrrcl volume THE NEIGHBORHOOD WIZARD 'I l"' Tml W will! v I w Ima' "lim . I 4 I ml' . L milIn.ullll'l'lllllllIIllIn- lu. .'llllllllI:lRllllIuxlIIllllllllll !l lIlillllllllllllh n .u,ll'llIIu-ulllll ll g,l1l"""'l E--qmv -- -.wlllll - vi' "-N:',,.---,.- --- 'vu rlum 'mu 'lvuw' -1-- Hmnnq 'H 55, l r... .,.n....l Ulm lu.. .nl ll ev..., ...n1!ull'll M. 1. ,,,. llllhr.. .... ... .--flwllllllln ,. EM O '- Q' H 2-' ? ?"f'1fq?T" ' f- , X I , . . . 5 of the Edrson d1str1ct - E 4 . - . 5? ' 5 l 9 ' 4 X . Il ? ' r -5 . if-"6 "1 1 " 'mul 'A" '-':' ll " 'Munn -A 1 -' -'g , '1"' " N '5 ' ' v ui kwin! Illlln I .'mw"'lll1" " """'llll D gy .'uQi"" "" "' ""lUllNl"'? 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'N is G.C'JoErls- 2" -All-i g? . ig, St. Anthony Falls, 1859 H- ere is the mill with the humming of thunder, Here is the weir with the wonder of foam, Here is the sluice with the race running under- Marvellous places, though handy to home. f""L-+L -ff 1: .. v qgagmfmqhmmuym ,, . X ' mb. , :Y V1-.-wllul -u' - " f f X ,, n w... - 1 ' 5 g w g: -,g , L" TE , lynx - .X ,e k gf N T X .Jig b -V - F ' -ft f !"'T' 7 fffi 1 l : W IIZ-1-X QFD WN " m y A V, A f ffsj g 554' fi My - ,SXWJ-,gf f ' b , 'I ' I' ' fff.. F "- --- u .1 . .5'- -' .P f L -f,"-'P G' ' .- 'f' to Max lk WN" -,,. -fwliA'WW'W' WSC'-k,'4 g 1 Wf-QA. - A Wi, -1 f, MM-9 ., or 'l'f.'f7'-fW7WUWf7?'1"' af na -f f' 'viz-K :gg ' , o . ff , , ' -, 4445? 1,924 5 LA f-gf, C-1214 nj! a.C'joErls- ff , ii Q 5 i 94 Q fr , .. ,I . Z ,X 2 Second Suspension Bridge, 1835 Under the bridge The old river flowsg Low and monotonous Day after day. 1 R - jk w.. '.,.ulIvn, llllh gl, W ., X--X '. U 1 . 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X - X - " " " '- 7 "" u""" V J " Y-, 2 A 5 5 V ' ,J ? 5744-5. 4 'V' Q 1 if kr ily, I I5 fyf. 'y111,,'m 15'4l'v2Q'S'r, fag, H -M 1, P f X ' 1 Y I -.NJN V-A-W F Z-,gfif gfiillninffd 1 T. 'zu '.Vf? ix'fi45Df5'231'3"'fl f- Y Y -vs. ,,f' 'L-5, H,A dfifiiffi T1 1' ffm ff 'Q if ' ' WW 1: aj G 4,,gg,,5 ff A1 -V4 I W 1 Y Z ,,, 7, 4 , , .. X, , , X X ,tr f A b a 'mul Columbia Chalet, 1926 ZW he night transforms it to a palace vast Lit with a thousand lamps from cryptic wires. V ".' f"L-ek " il? A ff V - -rg -fa w X - it f ' X :A w' fi 4 11 ahafaa fgii' A 5?fQi -Gzjj xi' :ff l -i f'fl:?' :tiff ' t 'iixffif t fi-4:51 ,-, .ft ?-4-- E N Q- - -+ nf I -' -ff - F - . - f - , i ,. YNY, 'u 1 W WI! ' f--.. f ' --www -.JN I' fix -' P- ..L.rL ri' ' .- i' A fm' 1-n'Wlbfff'W0W"f' W--bf. 1' A 154: f , A ' fa. , J ? VS- W :ff ,gui F ' X -F , 37 " if E 1517 f' 'C351' 'X -iE'3iff5.1"'- L" .73 if H 4?'i3E', f i -'br 1-457'-fW5?"i i vm 3 1 ff., - ,L , i sv' , Z ' If ii? a.cooErl5- J V if Af f? 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Armen qi, 1 - . .V U- 1 --W,---f--a l, MR. Cook Today we celebrate our fourth birth- day. Four years ago we published the competition with other schools. .Now we have three championships. Four years ago we published th.e Nor'easter. Now we are completing a splendid copy of the Wizard. Four years ago we were a child. To- day we are approaching manhood and womanhood. We have grown in char- acter, we have increased in numbers, we have matured in scholarship, we have developed a personality, and above all we are coming to have a vision of the possibilities of the future. I greet you on this our birthday, hop- ing for a greater future, built upon the firm progress of the past, wishing that every pupil who comes to Edison may catch some of the inspiration of that Name-a Name that means Imagina- tion, Faithful Work and Service to all mankind. ,. lf ,E .1- if 3, ., :Ii " sl f - -'if a , ' flbtzsf 9 ,..-.-. .. -,...,. A, . .,. ---:4-V...--f -- - i Miss COLE Your book tells how a few brave peo- ple made a littlelsettlement among the Indians, how this village grew into a large and beautiful city-the home of many people. In just a few years-how few you do not realize-this city will be in your hands, students of Edison. You will govern it, run its business, and make its homes. My wish is that you may do your part well. May your rule be one of justice and honesty. May your work be for the service of mankind,lsomething that you enjoy, and above all may your homes be of the best, homes where love dwells and where truth, industry, and piety are taught. ' H The task which you have before you calls for each one to be his best. In this way and in this way only may we have have a truly beautiful neigh- borhood. , -- --vw-.ww ,u.4,f.,fQ--- f 4'---Awf -Je.. 1 f.qs-:rg--.1---we Seventeen Tap Raw-Miss DUNN, Miss Rlcx-mums, Miss O'Bnn:N, Miss Piwcs, Miss 'I'rroMPsoN Middle Row-Miss TUPPER, Miss COWAN, Miss ELWVI-ILL, Miss Gmsox, Miss Doon, Miss C1-IALLMAN Front Row-Mus. Warns, Miss Homzs, Miss SEAMAN, Miss Bun, Mas. GILLIES, Bliss A. Joi-msus, Miss PINNEY . I N a morning in September the summer quiet of a large building on Monroe and Twenty-second was dispelled by the arrival of eighty-three faculty mem- bers. Vacation's knell had sounded. Some had been charmed and bewildered in Europeg some had studied long assignments, written papers, taken testsg some in need of Hvile trash" had been at Work every dayg some felt the sportsman's thrill given by the fish-jerked lineg some behind the wheel had felt the glory of motion as they drove toward far horizonsg some not regretting yesterday and taking no thought for the morrow had done just nothing. A number were missingg some had been transferred to other schoolsg some had registered for university work in the East and the Westg one on Sabbatical leave had remained with her Ford in Europe. A few stranger-eyes measured the regulars, and the regulars appraised the new arrivals. Greetings, questions, introductionsg then all realized that in a few days no one would know except for the coats of tan and wrinkles less-pronounced that any one had been away. Cook geniality, Cole regulation, and faculty enthusiasm would soon be spinning the Edison educational wheels. x 2 1 :cafwvfg 5-wqwmmsuu-wuvfiw wi-.mf A fl? vnu 1 ,- 2.5. t, 15, ,, , 1' .fi I 'V- My .,. 12 .M lx? fair as ill ' ea Elm 5 1' 1 15, V iw ls. -m r ,N .rx fi 5 "fr .. ,4.f,,.i. . , - .. :"': - Lg 5? L, W . , , ,. Q-e,,,. A - ,. ' .' J. , .i:,:1?'li"'Ii"'I' " 1, 1 'Esf , " -' - nfJ.'J. . 'f g . I V ...Q ,, .1-.1,v:,,t,3f2f77B3' 'i f -1, . ,, t, - 'rv , .- , ,, - 'R t Q. N ,fa '- Y ,mst .?,.1x:-spare'-,,, , L .1 1 .Isht1.1,.:.sL..,..14,1.21-LL...,,,..,.s..g1..g,g,.:,s.fip.fLi::.,-..- ..-,,-.U.,...gg-......--..LL,.-,,..Q-,,..g.,.h...:EZ ,L.,..--.gL5fL V-....1.T3:231FfQ1-i-aff--,Y f, ff' nw if E 'f Eighteen an. ... W. -. -A-r.W,ms-mu1-:ms..ss.mu.-..fa-.me-.-1:- -rm., gpm- .-.fs-N. ss-,.-wms.,m,mNA.e.-vt-atwlu:Wizvw.,-.ensue-mmsen.sm.1'A-.una-yr5nEm,mu:1w:-.sms,:nmm m W, aug MM :fig . Sill . we wma ---N W -ww. an ff ...W-.fm---v .1-K-fttw.--sm-,tw -..-W.,-1,-...,.m..., , ,. , .. ..-... ,. .-.....-.....,..,......,,....,...W.........,,,,,.f...m.,...s...,w.f,...--,, ....,...., ,,, Q ,,,,,.,.., M, ,, ., . L j 'Il 1 ,mil lla, 5'-i ii gtg quill: will Will in I .HIL W? t iiizlti Ht flffvi v Top Row-Ma. CAs'rNEn, Miss BALLUU, Miss PE'rEr:soN, Miss GARVEY, Mn, A1u.s1'noM Middle Row-Miss GRAY, Miss KocKEN, Mns. lYlCDONALD, Miss Elm, Miss Gounn, Miss BURKE Front Row-Miss DoNovAN, MR. Enxcicsozs, Miss BKADEN, Mn. CURRAN, Mus. BUCKLE, Mn. 11ENmncKs, Miss BEEDLI- II OICES resound, lockers rattle, bells 'ring-a creseendo of noises at once-then quiet. The year has begun. What busy days these teachers now have before them. 'New advisees must be directed, lists of ages, grades, and schools formerly attended must be made out in alphabetical order, new names and new faces must be correctly associatedg classes and study rooms must be organized, lockers must be assignedg rules must be explainedg meetings must be attended. Then after the first week and the first gasps for breath, day crowds upon day, each minute full of class period problems and after-school-activity interests. The human river of two thousand boys and girls rushes on. Often the faculty are stunned by the realization of all the possibilities of this ever on-going, on-coming stream of youth. So much is to be done that often at the end of a tired day nothing seems to have been done. Yet beneath the sometimes meaningless surface swirling is a purpose. Suggestion, advice, rebuke, encouragement give direction to the main current. Where are you? Whither are you going?-questions given to the inner ear-are behind the dayfs assignments as faculty members throw doors ajar, opening vistas which students may follow. True, many facts are to be learned, yet above all the faculty ideal is that every youth may learn to sacrifice pleasure to duty and arrive at manly and womanly self-hood. - Wmfmwmmrm-s.m......m.....um,.-Wg.,.1w.mW,w.,a.,...s..t.,.,..,,....,v ..y A g,,.,,-.vm L - 4 itll 4 llpj wail 1' ,-31 giwgqf SML' 3 ' M 5512 iw-'fit : H113 l I 'Wi 3 Ziff? 1 s"if1 : ,fat 1i'ftf'l , Q 1'-I V f wi Ui . 1 l 3 W iw: gl 25555 Y E3 'a ,Q ,f PGH fir? E ,X , 1 f."i"l .Ny ll Wi " 'Wi l r .', g, 5346? CW! 2? 5 limi"-ii w 1 igiffuzi F5333 ltllfii 515745, QQ: 35? y fret i li 1: ll l 4 i , ,jx ,A ,. Y . ,- A 'ix . ' .5-if 'S flrf , is? , 7571 Vim 4--' A 1 :A .ii V auf . nl . ,gm not , I A.-Ltfni,Mf,4 , ,tail ggxgyggl , ,pq kk' 1' 1' 1- , V 1155, 1 '. 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MCINTYRE, Mir. limes Ill DISON is permeated not only with. seriousness but also with genial friendli- ness. This atmosphere is the result of good fellowship among the teachers them- selves. "We have such human teachersf, a pupil remarked. If the faculty spirit is marked by comradeship, it is so marked because all know how to laugh together as well as work together. At the Glenwood Park steak roast, when all gather at the long tables and the coffee pitchers make their rounds, the last barriers between the old and new members are broken down. The October sunset and the fire light cast a spell that lasts throughout the year. When the last song has been sung and the last stunt applauded, all feel that they belong to the Edison family. The men have their club. On Thursdays they eat-yes, they eat-bowl, play basketball, or bend over a chess-board. They are always busy, always ready to argue about reports of politics, and to laugh at Mr. Ahlstromis jokes. The women have their hours of dalliance. Party treads upon the heels of party. These hours of relaxation subtly bring harmony through understanding, and make .work more full of meaning because play moments help one to maintain a balanced view of the value of all things. 1 wenty Top Row--MR. PILE, Mn. DEAN, MR. BENNER, Mlss BARNAHD, MR. TUTTLE, MR. MILLER, Mn. Maxim-'1u.D Middle Row-Mn. PARKINS, Miss GIBLER, Miss HICKOCK, Miss FAIRCHILD, Miss SAXBY, Miss ERICKSQN, D M . D M LOWRYV Miss lclc, iss ouci-1, Iss Fran: Rowffiln. BIIIKELAND, MR. CARLSON, Miss MCli'llLLAN, MRS. BENNER, Miss Hosxusn, Miss HARROUN Miss M. JOHNSON, Mn. Sumancnsw, Mn. Currs IV KING once wished to erect in his land a beautiful temple. It could be built only by music. Every subject who could play longed to ,sound the magic chords that would build the temple. Each went to the spot, played and hoped, but no temple appeared. Then one day some one thought that if all played together they might produce such harmony as no single player. could. All came to the appointed place, each bent over his instrument, each forgot himself in thinking only of the result all longed for. Such melody filled the air as had not before been heard. Lol the temple stood before them! Not unlike these musicians are those who Work in Edison. They too are trying to erect a temple. Each teacher has his own subject, but each, while trying to hold the pupils to a high standard in his own lield, under- stands that other subjects have their contribution to the educational symphony which is to build a better and better life out of the material of youth. Only devotion of self to the great cause can make Edison a school in which those who teach and those who are taught are fired by a common ideal. More and more g'One for all, and all for one!" marks the spirit of the Edison faculty. ADELAIDE BER. 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MuVLmwm-,S-1.an-m,..,,,a:f,aJ.z.::- , 'sf 4 414Q,:.,:,,5,m.f14,g4-L,M:1.uM:' f 'i-:AQLSQ Ang 1141+ 0 f - u 1 v Presirlen: Vim- President Secretary Treasurer CLASS OF ffl . '26 HO GRARY STUDENTS Class Adviser Hum. HENDRICKSON ANG!-:LINE Bam:-Avnuvlcu Bsnmcs Sci-IWERDFEGER EVELYN Lxvcarm Dorxon-n' Sfmucmzx Valezlictorian ELLEN ANDERSON . Lonmvzo Fmrzssnc CARIN CAm.soN Gmucs GULLETTE M,u:cEL1.A Bum: Snlulatarirm 4, ili. . Ai.. E1 f!4 Nia' L - 41. .- '-H.1-- T wen I gf-Th ree .9 w, 35,23 11 V ,in C . mf, ,M JA ,.,f -:ug . v :HQ r w,. A ... ........-ev--...W-. A- -.Wim-...m..s. ,,V. aM.e..A ..-,-f-..f4t- -.mt-A 'fu 5 Q ,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,a.,..-,... ..,,,,,.. .. .... . .-., . .. .. .....f.f..--....-...........,u,...e........T Pageant, T here'.s ELLEN ANDERSON There is something very remarkable written in her countenance 5 Blue Triangle, 4, G. A. A., 4, Honor Roll. HELEN AILING In youthfu' bloom, love sparkling in her e'e. Blue Gold Club, 2, J. S. Club, 3, Secretary, 3, Student' Council, 3, Class Vice-President, 3. IRENE ANDERSON Deep waters nniseless are. Banquet Committee, 4, Commercial Club, 4, .l. S. Club, 3. ROY ANDERSON And certainly he had a merry nate. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chimes of Normandy, Trial By Jury, Pirates of Penzance, Yokohama Maid, Triangle Club, 1, Engineers' Club, 4. ' RUTH ANDERSON My tongue within my lips, I rein, For who talks much must talk in vain. I Group Captain, 4, Commercial Club, 4. HAZEL AUOUSTON N She is a .sweet girl who's seldom heard from. Banquet Committee, 4, Commercial Club, 4. GERTRUDE AUTHEN And she was blithe and merry! 2, G. A. A., 2, Class Play, Class 4, Vice- President of Carl Linnaeus Society. EDITH BAUMGARTNER Yaufd be surprised how much life she has in her. Commercial Club, 3, 4. PEARL BEGIN True blue, and not a thing that she can't do. Commercial Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4. MARY BEDNARZEK I live for those who love me. Entered Edison from West High, '24, Commercial Club, 3, 4. , RONALD BOWEN no art to find the mind's construction in the face. Class Play, 4, Social Committee, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Scintillators, 4, Junior Hi-Y Advisor, 4, Triangle Club, 1, Ring and Pin Committee, 4. ADELINE BLOCH Resolved to win, she meditates the way. J. S. Club, 3, Blue Triangle, 4, G. A. A., 4. x I o ' + Lf 15 . . ,1",g'f: 1: P H V-1' e' 11 J' 5' 1 EMF. 'fiat . ? , Q 1 .. V' ,Q a J ,ig . V?-X: tiff fait 3 ilfl . haf .5 W' . ': 531521 EE . ..f . t . X .A ,. s..Nl..a.L.m. . . . . ..... .... ..,..,... ...- -.-. .... ...,....... . -tu ..-. .,.,,.,ls...,..... Twenty-Four E Q 5 Ai ul -A - 4 .f----A-1 - --1 '--r --ww--:rwwrzw.vwamnmn::u-new E -.rm-sem.,-eff,-...,,-e.v. - -. ...He.e-..f..qQ.-F-mt--.4tsmgwsfm.wo-...W..1........ .,... .W-,..,..,.-....-.. ..., .....,,...-.......,.,.,,-tm-..,..-A-...fm-,lfN-Mm.--Y-rw.:ftw. R --f- 1-ffm'--:-s-ffm ....,m....,,...-.- M., ,,,. ,..........,,,............. .,.., .....,...- ,,,. ,.....,.,...M.,. ,.....-.. ,.,-a....,--.....A.,..,.........,......,.. ......-..,,...,,.. ,..,. . ,..-.....t......M. . ..l. ... FLORENCE BREIT Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat! G. A. A., 1-2, Blue Triangle, 1, 2, 3, Girls, Club, 3. A MARCELLA BUCK L I cannot call riches better than baggage of virtue. J. S. Club, 33 Blue Triangle, 2, 35 Commercial Club, 4, Banquet Committee, 4. MARGARET BUCK All worldly joys grow less To the one joy of doing kindness. J. S. Club, 33 Blue Triangle Club, 2, 3g Commercial Club, 4g Banquet Committee, 4. ANGELINE BELOPAVLOVICH Kindness has resistless charms, All things else but weakly move. G. A. A., 2, 3g Hiking Chairman, 35 Pageant, 2g Delta "E,,' 2g J. S., 35 Commercial Club, 4, Recording Sec- retary, 4, Corresponding Secretary, 4, W. H. B., 4g Honor Roll, 4. CARIN CARLSON Her eyes desire the truthg The wisdom of a thousand years is in them. Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 45 Salutatorian Of Class. EUNICE CARLSON Lady, very fair are you, And your eyes are very blue. Blue Triangle, 4. REGINA COUTURE Goodness is ,beauty in its best estate. Group Captain, 2, 3, 4-g J. S. Club, 3. DEBORAH CARROLL Deeds are better things thanwordsg Actions rnightier than boostings. G. A. A., 2, 3, 43 J. S. Club, 3, 45 Blue Triangle, J. 1, 2, 3 4. ' FRANCES CURRAN Not stepping o'er the bonds of modesty. Group' Captain, 3, Blue Triangle Club, lg J. S. Club, 3, 4 ROSE CSYSCON - For thee does health her roses shed, And glory's laurels twine thyvhead. S. Club, 33 Record, 33 Commercial Club, 3, 4g Class Play, Class 4. DOROTHY DAHLIN A heart within whose sacred cell The peaceful virtues love to dwell. Blue Triangle Club, 3, 4. LEROY DAHLIN Young fellows will be young fellows! Tech. Club, 2, 3, 4g Vice-President, 45 Stage Manager, 33 Engineers' Clubg Class Play, 4. fr' , L! 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Lu.---if .ff Ns- if 1 gui" 'A . -2 ,- Y -. frfgm ' in -nr.-iw l"1t,'-5 "',1'7'9" f-f-'..g?g?1M-x,3.1'A,,3f'4-- ,A A , tilw' " -M" ' ' A A 'E 5 S ,:f.j',s,:--5 .l,'-23.53,--fU"f', ut.---R,,g5g'. ' ' L4 LL. ,Av lil 1" 5 TC 1, j I r .L.,.gfA:,'l , ' 4525's 1 ""i if' lc-:Y 'Q u7A"'T"1 i' '1 ' , -Ta -f ' A" sL--.-... .. .,.-..-...4.-..1Lc.i-1,,.: s.,,.,A ,,,,, ..,, ,...,s..:. '--1..,-.,gg.Q+ 'S tef1.filfff...1 A ,A ,,,,m.4,, .lassi ' 'eL!:LSiM5tY -.,. N... .-,..-.... ....a-.--. .,.................-. ,:A. .. ...,,,..,,. ..... L.. .......a,..-W.,L.,L.,.....m.,m..,-a.,,..,, Y9il.!.!.?'g f I A J, il- ' lg ltqlh E ,020 W 2 . I W ' 1 lil. I-ull ate hh 5 o"a l r I A -1 'I I, -1 lt l Q I ,fi 2 l. .M P1 h l , ll. r-" vt ? l tl .lu llllt if iid i . l SYBIL DANIELS ' She is a rnorlel lassie, who is seen but svlrlurn heard. Commercial Club, 3, 4, G. A. A., 2. ' OSBOURNE DISKERUD I speak an infnite deal of nothing. Football, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4. WENDELL ENGSTROM And service rlirl he give full willingly. A Glee Club, 1, 2, Tech Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pirates of Penzance, Pageant, 2, Chimes of Normandy, 3, Vaude- ville, 3, Stage, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Rooters, Club, 2, Boys' Glee Club, 2, Class Play, 4. GEORGE FERGUSON He's not the kinzl that misses trains. Scintillators, 4, Pirates of Penzance, 2, Pageant Man- ager, 4, Banquet Committee, 4, Class Play, 4. KENNETH FORTMAN He's short and stout and rather fat, But u man's u man for all 0' that. Football, 2, 3, 4. LORENZO EDWARD FRITZBERG For 'tis the mind that makes the body rich. Student Council, 4, Class Treasurer, 3, Group Captain. 2, 3, Honor Society, 3, 4, Class Play, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. ' EDWARD GLANDER A true and brave an'l downright honest man. Group Captain, 4, Football, 4. IVAH GALLANT A right gorl sport we'll all admit, She has a goorl Lime, an'l works u hit. .l. S. Club, 3, 4, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Blue Triangle, 4, Social Committee, 4, Chimes of Normandy, 3. GEORGE GULLETTE . A man nf strung' intefleclual power, and strong character, given to meditation. Student Council, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Honor Society, 4, President, 4, Q. E. D., 3, 4, Secretary, 3: President, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Record Staff, 3, 4, Assist- ant Advertising Manager, 3, Managing Editcr. 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4, Advertising Manager of Cleani. 3: Class President, 3, Class Play, 4. ALICE HAMMOND 'Tis the greatest folly not to be jolly. Thafs what I think! .Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Class Treasurer, 3, Honor Sof ciety, 3, 4, J. S. Club, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Social Committee, 3, 4, Class Secretary, 4, Record Staff. 3: Class Play, Class 4, W. H. B., 4. VIOLET HANSON She lives content and envies none. Commercial Club, 4, Blue Triangle, 4 WALTER HANSON I roulrl not in lr palace fnrl A truer heart than his. 1 tg 1 . il' Il' .1 ago 5. .I ql l. all l Ill' A- I' lf I' .tl lil 0841 I' 4 .ill l ago r , gil! ll! 'ull' ill fl L , Wf L-.-.1..,,Qg,,Ll.IQ.,.,,. Ln' 1 L..- ,. W-, ' ""'L A Q , Q , A ti sq tt lt. it. tt f f L ,teh "' .-AT" .. iflgffw .fel---AL, Ill . l -- 1 , '91 .5 ,,,f2s..iL...f:'t'f.iT.g'i tlll :sr :tt-tlltltt , mffw 'afar-ffmlmrf Es- --.- A A -f.i.2..f . ff l, . . f tw 4:2 ,--'eases-1 as .. - A . 4-'H H' . .. -11 -- '-- - "'r "'.+4-?'57lf"' t it ..,Nm,,,,W.,,gtnlfgfgwwgl,AA, 5, :Hi f ,ftt131imru,..i.mliatanlrtlti . , Sf - r .. ,'.w-M.,-1g.3' ,A 3.5 'eager QE: ,. ' qi" 'Hit 1' lgasrn B M J. ',', , " fi. ',.- - " K ,g .L -. 51 'N fr V .lg-LAY"'1L5'i"C"'lLk?g1j': E 3"-T?"--V. qv-,za ' gfxqgtg, ' , ' ' 'ifffilf-1': Eif lwi Twenty-Sift' :Mew-N at nxf-:f-1w...,-g-m-f-.-vm-1mv...A.f,.1nAm.,.mw-mm A. .A-M-vo.--W-.f.... - N...--...,,..,-....-......-....,.1-.f-. s,..,...-...rw--Q A...-L. in-f....wA....E vw 1:-w .ww-.., .. ,'v.s-w-ezmlmwavw-wr GLADYS HELMBRECHT I dolft talk much, perhaps I'm shy- Commercial Club, 3, 4, Banquet Committee, 4. HILDA HELANDER She was also ful riche of excellence. President of the Art Club, 3, Treasurer of the Art Club, 1, Carl Linnaeus, 4, Pageant, 2, Class Play, 4. EARL HELWIG Prouirlence prnvizlz-s for me, and I am well content. GOLDIE HAUG Her countenance was reserved anrl thoughtful. Commercial Club, 3, 4, J. S. Club, 3, 4: Blue Triangle, 4. HAZEL HENDRICKSON All vim: she doth wholly refuse And hulath idlertess. G. A. A., 3, J. S. Club, 4, Class Play, 4, Blue Triangle. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, Secretary, 4, Commercial Club, 3, 4, President, 4. CLYDE HILDRETH Content tn do the best you can By such a 1-reed, you'll be rr mvn ANDREW HOLEWA The world is no better if we worry, Life is no longer if we hurry. FRANCES HORNEY Joy rifles in mv like a summer's morn. Glee Club, 3, Blue Triangle, 3, 4. ELEANOR HOTTRAN Sr: prnpvr and sedate a lass We hardly Lnow she's in our class. G. A. A., 2, 3, Blue Triangle, 3, 4. STANISLAUS E. JASINSKI Oh, tearrli me how lo forget to think! Engineers' Club, 4, President, 4. EVELYNE JOHNSON She's all that'x honorable, honest, and fair. Class Play, Class 4, Social Committee, 4, EDGAR JOHNSON Love to study? I :late on it-'from a distance. ScintillatOrs.'4, Pilot Club, 3, 4, Croup Captain. 3, Social Committee, 4. A L 6,11 1 1 .qv if A 21.5413 We yr.,- ,t 3 .N ,: ma xml, 5 . ,'f' S 11 4...- ,442 gllj: 1 X' L4 1 ' Yi, ,l Zig' .ff 57 L' '21 Q 21:4 Nw 1?,:'l.l A -1. .1 A 4 4.,..5 z l ill' ,N mv, 2 mm 1 2 9 ttf' l 3 Qi 5 ,XJ xl ' Ekfi. ileilxi e ' 'lf eu: ry. fxl'i5gx lflll t. 1, A fu. 5 ,W fffl L4 2 ft. QM-fl ,., ,562 -!'V: :will .4,.,, li 1 1 ljtiig l 3 .'- lg' w. ink' f ai: frm In gk 1,1 as A. Y . .M ti- ,t r L.. .J lilliil . 'll' ill: Kiwi all? H . L . S ef It ll 1:1 ling, ish! - 4 'Q . , , ' .fn ,z 1,321.13 A 1 ffm sw- , 1 v 4 '- ,-,I - lr ,. ., ..........-.....e...:.::::i'1f,..,...........- ,-., ,nam . ..,.. -.......-..., ...E.,,,...,-...,..s.J. .....,..--.......-...,..-....... ..,. : .. ...E-.. . .. .:,... 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A., 1, 2g Class Play,'4g Com- mercial Club, 3, 4g Blue Triangle, 3, 43 Social Com- mittee, 4. Y LEONARD KAUTH He loves to chat with the girls, I know, f'Tis the way with men, they're always so.J Track, 3, 4. . BURDETTE KIST I can't get up with the sun, I stay up too late with the daughter. Entered from Eagle Grove, Iowa, 3, Hi-Y, 3, 4g Engineers' Club, 4. RUTH KATZURE A merry belle We lava her well. CECELIA KAY Almost any ornamental talent is a good thing when it is not the only thing a woman has. Jazz Orchestra. HAROLD KEHOE And then he will talk, good gods, he will talk. Hi-Y, 1, 43 Scintillators, 4g Vice-President, 43 Class Play, Class 4. BERNARD KUHARSKI One who never turned his back but marched breast forward. FRANK KONIOR He was frank without being bold. mssmyxm. Knew. I . 1 , , ii,-5 ,, ss giiili li 1 x ll?-Wil 5 is f.tt.... .-,-,.. 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Club, 3, 4-g Blue Triangle, 3, 4g Commercial Club, 43 Banquet Committee, 4. fi.. 1 lf- MARGRETHE LINDEN . ti i-fgfgg Fair was she and sweet. Elia? ' MILTON LOCKHART r t 4 What a jolly world we live in! Ali Track, 1, 2, 3g Group Captain, 2, 3g Record Staff, 35 Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play, 4. N 13,513 l la ,fx EVELYN LIVGARD E Of studie, she did most care and most hede. J. S. Club, 3g Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Banquet Committee, M542 4g Commercial Club, 4. l 1, . 1, HAROLD LUNDGREN A. What makes the youth sae' bashful and sac' grave? 5 V Scintillators, 4. 'Elf Q 1 Wu CLIFFORD LUNDBLAD 14 Q Another diminutive Sr-nior. i X-Ailgf in HAZEL MATHENY 9 , Alaclc, thcre's more peril in thine eye than twenty ltd ng of their swords. E ly! :V Turtle Dove, 3g J. S. Club, 3, 43 Vice-President, 3, 4: 3, Blue Triangle, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Group :Wig Captain, 3, 43 Class Vice-President, 4, Class Play, Class 5 ,tl 45 Honor Society, 4. ll gl lf at A ,, 1 L 5 MARJORIE MEALEY tj ll True ease in writing comes from art, not chance. . 5' T11 V. E Feature Editor, Record, 33 J. S. Club, 3, 4. llgggtl fi iv ,ml 'Q -H42 X- LINNEA NELSON J She was made for happy thoughts. lgfffif , J. s. club, 3, O. A. A., 3. f CAROL NELSON She be with that zaodness blest, . Q Which will gain her Mme of best. Blue Triangle, 3, 4, J. S. Club, 33 Commercial Club, 4, Treasurerg Secretary, Class Secretary, 3g Social Com- mittee, 3g Banquet Committee. 43 Picture Committee, 43 , Ring and Pin Committee, 3. 3 ' 'ju ' :.r' E .2 5 Q f ls .Y'..:. 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W ,,,, A H - W Y -- - if A M 'rr ' ' , I Q22 ,gfflfi , '. , '- ,a., ,.., M., ' wtf-f.,.,5 , ,ts-4 ef-'Q-N--gf iQ , . - - - ' ': - ' T YJ.. it - 7f'1'gf3'f' 1.1 - .1 ,A fi? -'fcfffizl fa- J Emil , L -j- gg, 1, .-:gm-'A 1 N ge-Lf v 3: -:Rf -- .L 1 - f 5-,bij-.,,'-54352-,235 1 "'A" W'"'gf-fT.AlZ,iLTlQQllIlZlI'12573TCL'1'fI'flZI.lT1-QQlZ,'IZQIZZQQQQ-IQ-L2QQLf,iQ!Q'Q1L-Zellfllllfflfllfu--4-6-W --R-i-f-Q-M-f-swf-Effie-W f---J-ff:--V V - ------ -if t Z if--l l 5 eu- 'l I REUBEN NELSON 5 I 1 A hae little fellow, intelligent, honest, and kind. ' I Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Baeld, 4, Orcgestra, 3, 4, Social W , N yt Ommittee . 1,' 3' 5 f L I 1 . ll DOROTHY NELSEN 3 y S ,I Her feelings lean towards virtue's side. 1 F' it I .l. S., 2, C. A. A., 1, 2, Class Play, Class 4, Social fl ati Committee, 4, Banquet Committee, 4. . 'IN ' , U - z out ta tgfjgqt -HAROLD NORDEEN I gt 3 L. g tw A Sober as n fudge, but you can never tell! Wy, ' Vi X-Fl Hi-Y 4' Scintillators 4 ' ' I 3 v 9 1 - l, Ita E ,- , W JOHN OVSHAK Qt l , E gg The look composed, the steady eye 5 ll Bcspealc a steady constancy. Q it Student Council, 2, Engineers, Club, 4, Secretary, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Pin and Ring Committee, 3. ,ll 524'-F ' JW tiflf' gt tier-gg , IRENE PAINE if st, .-ln'l we lerolrl your worth with hanor flue. EW-t5.'lO J. S., 3, 4. 1 fl I Q l VERGIA PARTRIDGE ll ,fifths And very, very good company! ll 2 Z " ALICE PERRY EW get i Despair has ne'cr her soul possessed. it 5 EMS J. S. Club 3 4. . it ft Emir ' ' slit 'l l, 1 ' 4 tj-.tt E GOLDIE PATTERSON ,L tw, I V, 1 this Her ability is not soi tiny as herself. 2 1 21 ti Commercial Club, 4, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, J. S. Club. 0 ', if 3, 4, Class Secretary, 3. 3 ' in i 12' fr , A fi 7 Y A fi RUSSELL PINOOE 3 fl! W- ,git A nirv' person, neither too tall, nor too short, looks clean . and Chr-erfrtl, never foolishly ajronted and void of affections. , ,, E -1 tx HifY, 2, 3, Record Staff, 3, 4, Scintillators, 4, Student 5.32 We I fllt 4 l l l 1 ll, Council, 4, Student Athletic Manager, 4. fi LOUIS POLACZYK l 1 There was no man nowhere so energetic. ll I. . 'lu l. ole l 01 tl .ll Hi-Y, 2. 3, 4, Tech. Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, l Stage Manager, 2, 3, 4, Football, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1. 4 . . LYLE ROBINSON The world knows little of its great men. Football, 3, 4, Basketball, 3, Cross Country, 2, Rootersl 1 ' Club, 3, Group Captain, 3. if , GORDON REED l l The bravest lads about the place ' Are al but haverals to him. 'l Wa ' Scintillalors, 4, Treasurer, 4, Student Council, 4. I 1 il ' I it wi 'tl ull il! 1 .lv 1 l l ' -. ., 72,7 V ,Q , . ., . W 771, -1. , i A K , E -V . ' , A 2 fa ,fb .,, V It x - X I , A ' F J ,E --evil. . hill .A llllpslil lll,ft.+ ffl R Tviv .. A' ' I ' R-'ti 1 I " QP-at L' 4' ttfgisQgT?' .,-ll3"- 4 -lmtnnmmttzt1'mawtu1tt1t.l'I- , mt., .. ,Vt K ,i-,- D 4. n.LCf53- U . .. ., Q , 4 1- R .f-nag. rr , F.. .xt T T Mt I' Thirty 0 I --- - -- f- ---- H-V '- - - f "" 'rr' ,- i 5 l ,l'l.1' E' ifflilgk-. ..-'iiwf -"1.N-'Half-Q'...3 wa xi Y .V-,Q as - -..Jam f ea. , W-V--f . 4, 1 -, T .sf . , . .. t ,, ,M I V , ., . A, ,,, , . . " Lf' .f ' ,. . . 1, V o... 1, . -- ,......,4 .,.,--1 W, -...r.?... fl. ...as-.g-.--f-4 ,. ..a-...,.. . ...,.. ....-..,..... ...4.. ..l AL., ... .... ......-..-.-..-....-CL ,I..-....-.-.-.. .--..,.-..,a.-t .a-. -1-AvL-fn- .--IL A-Kai ' -- --fwzervx 11- xv ,.u. amwevamv--rv-new-u-rw:-r-. was-ffm,-4-:nv-.ees-t-sf-:wf...,. ,aff-f -f-fx-,-aa,-fn-V w-rrfp--wr N- -- zz-wwmy?-wrmwwzwnfvfa-3:14-1,1 .1 ev.: namwumae-aww. mf ,l : .-- . .I ' T' 51 1 some v.,, 3 12 gm ixxzill ,g 3 il ge DELMAR Rorris P Who ever thought Pdlbc an actor man? Glee Club, 1, 2, Pageant, 2, Pirates of Penzance, 2, 3' Class Play, 4, Scintillators. 4, Record Staff, 3, Adver- 'tif 1 'AW' P 1.5 A tising Manager, 3. . - fx MILDRED RAINVILLE 2 Jill, l It's pleasant to look on that mild blushing face, E A Sue sweetly arlornezl wi' ,ilk feminine grace. Blue Triangle, 3, 4, J. S. Club, 3, 4, Social S Committee, 3, 4. PETER RUSNAK 5 On with the dance, let joy he unconfinefll Vaudeville, 2, 3, Dabblers, 2, Art Club, 2, President. lfgifg -2, Dramatic Club Plays, 4, Class Play, Class 4, Foot- Q' ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Jazz Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Tomidaubers. 1, 2, 3, Scintillators, 4. 4 'liilliiii MINNIE Russo Jluny zz noble soul is hidden by 11 quiet 1-xtvrior. . . V 'fit Commercial Club, 4, I. S. Club, 3, 4, Blue Triangle, 3, 4. ifw"fl'tZ LESTER SAUER ,fp 5 5 In his Iluty prompt nt every call. Engineers, Club, 4, Scintillators, 4, Stage, 4. E 1 finaly 1 BERNICE SCHWERDFECER . ,rigor Content is wealth. the riches of the mind, :Ind happy she who can that treasure find. Honor Society, 3, 4, W. H. B., 4, Secretary. 4: Honor Roll, Announcement Committee, 4, Ring and Pin Com- gfefif mittee, 3, Valedictorian. 413,42 RUSSELL SAWYER His free and jovial temper rendered him fr favorite among ftlllgli gf, his friends. Triangle Club, 1, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, if Jr. Hi-Y Leader, 4, Cross Country, 3. 4: Scintillators, 4, Class President, 4, Student Council, 4, Group Cap- Qiiffig tain, 4. llfbfyg fi +' DOROTHY SANDGRREN ?'7Jf'i -:ind the cheek, you rogue, and the lip, eh? Honor Roll, Honor Society, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3. 4, li Qgfg W. H. B.. 4,'Vioe-President, 4: C. A. A., 2, Glee Club, g'g'.,1'lg 3. 4, Chimes of Normandy. 4, Pin and Ring Committee. ' 3, Picture Committee, 4, Class Play, 4, Blue Triangle, 4. ji 1 il , BWV 41 MAYBELLE SCHEIBE f, 1-, F 1,- h 1 k'd Em gi 15i0.l"1.ZQi.sf.J"fmf.f tfffilf. . .I . E, ALBERT SEROIS F , A 'V True worth is being-not seeming. 1 I ' H, W Pageant, 1, Vaudeville, Hi-Y. 3, 4, Engineers, 4, 5 , l tg!! Track, 2, 3. 1 '12 -x 1 N E- G .i EDWARD STSZEMP W " H6135 Life is short, yet sweet. "' l , . it' Entered from De La Salle, 4. all 2 HILDUR SODERHOLM " l Tho' she looks so Izewitrlzingly simple, I iii, Yet there's rnisrhirj in every rlirnplc. ilqi Blue Triangle, 4, .l. S.,Club, 3, 4. , ,li I 'ti 4 1 -J' , M:---AH-H---M ----:xffff A' f,-1,-1ee..ee.,..:1,f:f-- ...E...... , 'f- , , Jura., f ,,v-,., f - ' 'l L I li . s A N Q . . A .. . a . 5 t - A ' ,T .E A me 4- . fi . ,T 5 3 ' it . Y . in fiftftgglif- gg, .. 4 A .1 TW ,Lim P: sei? 4145?-,. f sg .- 6 'W' L- iiltfzrezifl '1ifwm,m,qf1e rg ' 'f45",E"i::3i Lg , will. 5- -. - -2-Jiri 1 T 55-...E t 1 , hw cb, :..l.gi.s.rnH,E, 4 sity-QE-,E - -tvgg f 1. , .i,...ev1:, 41 ,,i1fh5' 14 M ,A .--., ng, ,,t,.f,,, ' Y ' ' -Eff f"'-'-ur. 1 , -Q. .Y5 ,gg xi! 1 . 1 rn '.-:-, ,,,,q,, - .12 ' - . ..- . ' ' -- .... - iris-N mf 'fit 1 . ' A 'W V Tl1i1'fyaOne H .t1se.mvm .xr MILFORD STONE Not a ward spake he more than was nede. . Football, 3, 4, Class Play, Class 4. FRANK SOLEM A little nonsense now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. Record Staff, 3, Librarian, 3. MILDRED SMITH Fate tried to conceal her by naming her Smith. G. A. A., 1, 2, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Class Play, Class 4, Letter E. I ELDON STRANDINE A goodly youth and worth a goodlier boon. Group Captain, 2. VERA TWEDT ln her very quaint quietness, there was charm. Blue Triangle, 1, 2, 3, 4, Carl Linnaeus Society, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, Honor Society, 4, Class Play Class. THERESA TUTKO A good little girl who dues what she's told And never makes the teachers grow old. C. A. A., 4, .l. S. Club, 3, Commercial Club, 4, Blue I Triangle, 4. JAMES WALLACE An honest man, close-buttoned la the chin, Broadcloth without, and warm heart within. AGNES WIESE l Able and active with brains and poise, She Ilocs a lot without much noise. .l. S. Club, 3, 4, Vaudeville, 3, C. A. A., 1, 2, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Pin and Ring Committee, 3, Class Play, Class 4, Class Vice-President, 3, 4, Honor Society, 4, Social Committee, 3, 4. ALICE WALSTONE Sha was the very model of perfection. Commercial Club, 4, President, 4, Honor Society, 4. GLENDON J. WESTBERG Beware! I may do something yet. Tech. Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4,'Scin- tillators Club, 4, Engineers' Club, 4, Class Play, 4. ELLA LORRAINE WOLFE Her modest looks the cottage might adorn, 'Sweet as the primrose peeps beneath the thorn. Entered from Central, Blue Triangle, 4. MILTON ZIERMAN Take him for all in all, he was a man. Hi-Y, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Student Council, 3, 4, Scin- tillators, 4, President, 4, Ring and Pin Committee, 4, Student Athletic Manager, 3, 4, Picture Committee.,4: Honor Society, 4. 1 ,. .H .f venue.. w,,...,-,,-., ,., . . . ,..,,m,.,,w,,, , mmrrwm -.W-ts .Y a, ...A wwfol-ffm.'ww -WQQ-lammammzeszxrr Thirty-Two 'qi fa-X 5'-I ' l 'f ff h - ' E AFQQ . f ri W v L ' c ,U ,fn , . y i ,f .I , , - X ,. 1 ,- . W -H-. '..,.,.'...l dmv " ' M -J -.1 u 47' " -fl -...-1 fd ,- f E . -'L-LJ-4 1 -. fgd .- - - . ' U ' 41 4 'll' mal----uns... -.nL5uur.u'-dmuinuf ' ' ' 0 'fn 5 E , 1 - A , V - ,. -,Q-AQ! X321 fl A 'EF ' Q5 3, 7+x""" ' l 4' ,QV K 1 A ' 1 -Q f ?' l jf K I' lf' A lbs ' I ' Tx K "rv 'lx 1 U' Y ll 0 Y " 1 'X ' -f-v :-- - .- X ' 1 f 3' 4' " ' I ly ul 1- qw K xx X w ' fl ' A ' . V v K ' A. E lx hge I al fl . -. JF l 'Eliza 'll In mga 4 iam liz. .lm 4 mln, u' nl 030 JL' 4 --'. Flin ill HELEN Z1-MBA W' .I The quiet tongue shows a wise head. G. A. A., 43 Commercial Club, 45 J. S. Club, 3g Ban- , quet Committee, 4. , ogw 1. , .Ili MATHEW KUKA gli A k der gentleman. treads nnt the e ll I RUBY JOHNSON She is zz maid of arzless grace, :ln .51 I' , Gentle af form and fazr of face. ADRIAN KENNISON V H's policy--You're only young once. K' . 'F ' . I -- ,J x, 1- . A :Nb 94 4 . w. Ng 6 J A QQ Q9 Al!" Q, Illia! HLA! N 'hw' fi' 1' 'vi' 1- . I "' x f . 1 F ' W A tml 'VI I IX ' els A va: if I :Z QQ-rlxlllr nw L ,. FA 'X A . fl ,Af T ,,,, " I ,-,T Tgn gif uv. .ffghl .R hm 5 .I - 235 5 - - .x"'. X IW' ' V M N .MH 'I ' f Q. .i C 1 N 1' 5 " f "' y r N . 4 21.4 -' . TqQ7,Lf.-.1-. W. is gy-ifm,,Yw-: me P' ge 7' l- :g?'F'1' my lllul 1 '?7a : A: 'L ' ffixi. .1-'x C573 'M wlwxg at 4 - 1-4 . if 41. -C 1 A W -'-' h M 2 li ' Tl:i1'f11-Tlwee sts-v-was-v-1 . . u .nmmv-x-rvrrfmm4.f-1:rf.g, . nr-mnwfw,-. ,..... .,,, , Y ,,,,, ,W ,un . ,Y -W zzz.-. .vnu -.Y -- 4 ----1 -7---- '---iiig'-U - - -'4--L-Tv- - 42: ' m f----Y - - -- --- --- W - Y ---- -- ' --- W- - i x A .. , ,,w.bf.,.. 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Thirty-Four 1 I g F A K A r :ii N 4, - . f -- s A-s-.ff H? , -1 ,,, , sg---1 ,f fs, C Fjsgqik .,'7fT.i:.Jji": g:ffs7gjf',jjA'pw, ','Q.,g-,A V1 ar : it f if A-ee -ef-rw A fn vjwggtif'-Yi' '-.-4 .1 r,-fgffff, i.,- .,f' , . V- ' HJ' HV fm i ' -.J E is A .aft 1 Q J-arab " 'ss .51-i - if Q yfd, g alhflf -ef, ,uf H 7 I 5, JANUARY 16 CLASS 1 0-I J 4 i 00 l i' HE January ,26 class entered East High rn January 1922. They passed through pm ' the usual harrowing adventures of Freshmen including that common but hu-, ,Ill .' ll' miliating experience of waiting for the elevator. Just ts they were becoming acquainted Ilfl with their surroundings, news came that they were to move to anew school. And lei is so it came to ass that in September 1923 a group of still green Freshmen left their JI' P II southeast friends at dear old East which they had already learned to love and came ,I M to Edison High which was not yet finished. Again they had to adjust themselves to 000 tl y new conditions. All was ina state of disorder. It seemed that no one knew about g W f ll' J an thin but with true coura e students and teachers attacked an a arentl ho eless ' , J Y s, s PR Y P , , 1 M271 situation and made an orderly place out of chaos. At last everything was running A' ' along smoothly and in the spring of 1924- the class assembled for the purpose of N, J' organizing. Mifton Ziermann was chosen for president, Helen Ailing, vice presidentg 1 ' J? 2 George Johnson, secretary' Alice Hammond treasurer, and Mr. Jefferson Benner, .g class adviser. To remind ,them of the days, of short trousers and long curls they 125, it 41? held a "kid" party as their first social event. A joint party withthe June '25 class Y? ' was the last of that semester's activities. This was the annual May Day.Frolic of the N Q JFQJQJ Junior classes. Wilbur Lundell was chosen Queen of the May and was ,attended by , 'Fifi 6'Mike Shine," Delmar Rofiis, Harold Brown, and Herbert Keene. ' wi J ,451 1, At their meeting in the fall of 1924, they elected George Gullette, president, Agnes - mb ti Wiese, vice president, Carol Nelson, secretary, and George -Johnson, treasurer. Ill, Their twcfl plilrtges thE6term were a spooky, ghosty Hallowe'en party and a joint ,V tif party wrt t e une 7 c ass. 5 l' For their 12B term the selected Russell Saw er for resident, Hazel Mathen , J fy , ,,,,, 5 Y Y P Y 1, mf" lf vice-president, Goldie Paterson, secretary, and Lorenzo Fritzberg, treasurer. A. 5? 'fi if N costume party was the first of the term and everything from the Colonial belle to the H J J: Wa heathen Turk was represented. A spring time garden' party, an all-Senior affair, was ,tiff i . . . 'I 'gr gt the second event of the semester. The gymnasium was beautifully decorated with l I JH., lilac and white ribbons giving a garden-like effect. The main feature was a musical yi, entertainment by Wendell Engstrom and Clark Snyder. The last of the social activities P " 5 Q 'xii was the Prom given during commencement week in honor of the June '25 class. 'I I I ig ' At the election of officers for the last term, Russell Sawyer .was reelected presi- QQ dent. The other selections were: vice president, Agnes Wieseg secretary, Lorenzo Q ,Q F ritzbergg treasurer, Alice Hammond. The social events were unusually numerous E ,ull I IJ - during this term. The banquet was a huge success, and the Prom was the gala pg I f A event of the year. qf ' A il l mmm i J 3 r ll! -1 Y J X I l V , use 930 J ' lr- , X fn 'll fl! lil' :il fill ,JI J . Q4 4.,.,, X ':. ,,., 1' Ag.....-mi , , ,fl?i'.-11455, diffs- ff - " . at , .. A .1 .immff , aff' 12. , . . . , , .,., A., rr. . rx, .ii ....-7 X, .G 1. ,J . . WWF lift es' I X w"3fi'Jg' 1 ' if"tffSfu.4B! - gt? 1'-'ff FQf.1fJwW 1',1113fl?'tf--i"t'ttUf"1i1':LL3hWf2-"?-AT.'1Qs.'.-si' ff 'L .l . al- ....f, '. 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Club, 3. ..,, 2 A , fm-i, DAVID BERG 5 Hard work-indeed he does not love it. 5 I Cross Country, 3g Hockey, 3, 4g Baseball, 4. 5 . s L Al 'Q L If 9 REYNOLD BERGSTROM 4 ,Yi-f He had the manners of a true gentleman. -4 new A 131+ Baseball, 4g Radiators, 4., ELIZABETH BAWOLAK 3 fy-it X "And I seyed her advice was goodef' Q G. A. A., l, 2g Silver Triangle, 35 Blue Triangle, 43 , . Girls' Club, 4. , - QC.:-.,Q , EDNA BERNIER "Her opinions she spoke ful pompouslyf' Entered from Kelliher, Minn., 2, G. A. A., 2, 3g Gym i"' Nite, 2g Blue Triangle, 4, Prom Committee, 45 Girls' 1 1, Club, 4. , in - MAYNARD BERNARD in, , V' Thou art a fellow of good respect. T' glgiffyf Engineers, 45 Radiators, 4. l Vfiff 5 grit, DOROTHY BRADLEY j, fiiffid' Z Her face is a wreath of smiles. tl ,Qt 'E f Q, A strife E Pageant, lg G. A. A., 15 Blue Triangle, 4, Commercial g Club, 4, Girls' Club, 43 Prom Committee, 4. Q i w nl.. Hilti' Q 5 FRANK BOULET fl l i' This worthy man jul well his wit employed. ii W1 BEN BRAINERD l . 'ft The school all declared how much he knew. L intl' Q. E. D., 2, 3, 4g Vice-President, 43 Student Council, , 'lt 3, 4g Honor Society, 3, 4g President, 45 Pin and Ring ' l , ,R Committee, 4g Picture Committee, 45 Social Committee, ' K 31 3, 4, Prom Committee, 43 Record Stall, 3, 4g Adver- 1 ' :ji tising Manager, 33 Editor-in-Chief, 43 Wizard Staff, 49 3 Editor-in-Chiefg Class Play, Class 43 Pageant, lg 3 I' ' ' Radiators, 4. 030 ll R MARY LOUISE BRIGGS I " A friend tried and true. X I Astronomy Club, lg Secretary, lg Blue -Triangle, 3, 43 , J. S. Club, 3, Girls' Club, 4g W. H. B., 43 Secretary, +, . 4g Wizard Staff, 4g Social Committee, 39 Picture Com- ' I -' mittee, 4g Honor Society, 4. gi-5 ll ii,L,p...,-fsifrr:-W -Y W ,Y,,Y,YgYYflL:,t-177,---H 'H' ' 'gg-,,: ' "ei J A - A . . 'iffl . it -fi 1 WW la lil 4 'W 5 i . vft fi h5rF5g:fi"' ,' flfif :xii-f -- . A-'j 'U V 3 2- S if E. 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A-4-ew 'fm-w-A-A... A3-A Wiz? R f 3 affair f -1 V A ' ' J' ' l 1 A NORINE BRUNSWICK I , l M I prefer silent prudence to loquacious folly. 1 , G. A. A., 2, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4. I W gm li EDNA CARLSON , ' I A maiden never bold. ' ' , Q, G. A. A., 1, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Blue Triangle, g ' Q ' 'Q 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4. xi 1 1 Q ll, I If Q2 EVELYN CASEY 5 lgxb, And I could wish my days to be 'fix ii Bound each to each in fun. 1 ' ' lx Blue Triangle, 4, G. A. A., 4, Girls, Club, 4, Vice- M? H, President, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. mil, . I-, '-1 1" I if-A1 - Q we Iwi' f EVA DAHLIN .iihlli " J ,f 'iff H Joy is a flame in me ,Mil -,l tg 'A Too steady to destroy. - is H fldallt Orchestra, 1, J. S. Club, 3, Blue Triangle, 4, Girls' ,?i.xQj Club, 4, Prom Committee, 4. gellgfj ll WINIFRED DEAN 2, fa lg' ,ll She had a mild voice and curling hair. l Commercial Club, 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4. A V All LUCILLE DAWSON ,J im? Her blue eyes were pensive and earncsl, M44 All Belying the fun that lay 'neath them. 5 f4,1i .N J A Glee Club, 2, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4, i,".,ji' , - Prom Committee, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. 1 'Q ff ,Pdf i il' . , , 1. ,Y . AGNES DOUGHERTY arf! ' Her song is always cheerful. ll, ff 1 Silver Triangle, 1, 2, President, 2, Dramatic Club, 4, 1 1 ,A ,L Class Play, Class 4, Prom Committee, 4, Social Com- llglalzx. mittee, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Vaudeville, 4, Banquet Com- li its v mittee, 4. E 1 N , w',gxg , 11 Q ' f ' ' 0 5 JOE DENNIS 11 .15 zglxf, A friend like this is worth all hazards we can run. Group Captain, 1, Engineers' Club, 4, Prom Commit- Q , l ll -A mittee, 4, Radiators, 4. 1 I . .1 11 j Vx LUCILLE DYE ' She is well paid that is well satisfied. ' ill 'lf J. S. Club, 3, Blue Triangle, 4, Group Captain, 1, 2, , bgm .N 5 Wizard Staff, 4. ' ,,. . . 1? 1 vi 1 I . r ,N 1 ll RAYMOND ELMSTROM ll, ll I'll shape myself a way to higher things. 4 4 . 1 1 , 'N Band, 3, 4, Bank Cashier, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, Gleam Staff, 3, ll, 1 Radiators, 4. lil K . I' HERBERT FERNELIUS A 0' ogg A man. of strung resolution and a set purpose. mqa , Cross Country, 1, Track, 2, Radiators, 4. ' A . ' A I' BERNICE FERGUSON IMI' A generous maid and most noble. 1 llgl Basketball, 1, 2, Glee Club, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 4. , ' Il :--ll rm V V N g -I -L- V V vw' Y ,- X E Q rg, . A . , , . F rw fl F . A A - QA ' 1 fl ll fffffu i llll. it. , ,.'?l,,i, A gf A kill . - 'ggi ..,, ' ,. ,, -, ,H IE' . L M 1.:ia'f'e'fAA, f F . 1 . 1. A"+-E, , ,U , - l X' , 4 YQ- :fig KJ J A fl V. i A. -s.,73..-25541-. ,' L 1 - imma.-55-x:'7l"l'w 1 P fmgfgg .. ll: 'V' X '. Q' 'xmqgr lv, ,... ,g,,,ag,,,z',a,i,gy :sgA,f-eggg, -P31 A -. ...imc ff-A A A 'ft if ---'-'- - A Q JZ J? Jlwuginagr-wg -...ass , ,,.,..., ,,.,,,,.E,.,,W...1..m.-.,!-1 ----- .--f --- --YY ri"' ' r- 'W Thirty-Nine 1.3 . Elf ffm 5 1 xv V' Y 1 ix. il Mx .l . 1, X.. 4 lugs a iff WIC ,. 'ii L T., . oi-ks rl 1 . lt. it 'f 7 7f',CX.J if . L w f . VN ll . 3 ll QI- 1 131133 s. x ...a ,,,.. . mwu-az -an-vnu-snr..-aqui wstzt 5.14,-ms.-,mm:..,.f-,.an.rr, , ..-M-.gamma-5-fs - ...f...,...,.1... --...,..........:.i- ,.- ,....-...,,,7 . .....-f.i-.1 W- l ,,, ww! was ff,a.swwf4m.1w,tem-musf..sf.ss -at .:fwt-- ,at-i.mwvfa-aussi-nfsunxmasax.'awraw R nzsm aa1at1-man .4 r .t ...ifljfi '3 " T Q . ""' ' f .. SARAH FOSTER fm, A pleasing face is a silent recommendation. .",'1 Glee Club, 1, 25 Girls' Club, 45 Secretary, 45 Prom ,ii Committee, 45 Banquet Committee, 4. 3,-,fu A. C. FELLOWS .f,,f5 He is the life of us all. Q. E. D., 2, 3, 45 Social Committee, 3, 45 Wizard Staff, .1 tim 45 Circulation Manager, 45 Prom Committee, 45 Record Staff, 35 Advertising Manager, 35 Class Play, Class 45 5 ,IM Radiators, 45 Chess Club, 25 Banquet Committee, 45 ,ilrfqf Vaudeville, 4. ' LILA FRAHN That is good which is gold. Mx", Record Staff, 25 Invitation Committee, 35 G. A. A., 2. Hifi SYLVESTER FITZPATRICK it V "In arguing too this scholar owned skill, Far e'en vanquished, he could argue still.f' Q. E. D., 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 25 Vice-President, 35 Presi- , dent, 45 Pirates of Penzance, l5 'Record Staff, 3, 45 V Student Council, 2, 3, 45 Vice-President, 45 Wizard Staff, 45 Assistant Business Manager, 45 Ring and Pin Com- I. mittee, 45 Honor Society, 45 Group Captain, 3, 45 Dramatic Club, 45 Track, 15 Radiators, 45 Class Play, Class 45 Vaudeville, 45 Banquet Committee, 45 Editor- in-chief of Pilot, 3. ALICE FIELD A bit of old-time wholesomencss. Commercial Club, 3, 4. VERNON FOX "'Twas certain he could write and cipher, too." Rooter King, 3, 45 Group Captain, 2, 3, 45 Track, 3, 45 Radiators, 45 President, 45 Class Play, Class 45 Wizard Staff, 45 Prom Committee, 4. MILTON FRANSON I have shut my arrow, I have gained my point. Engineers, 45 Treasurer, 45 Radiators, 45 Class Play, Class 4. LYLA GOETZ Happy as the day is long. G. A. A., 15 J. S. Club, 35 Commercial Club, 3, 45 Blue Triangle, 45 Girls' Club, 4. DONALD GRAY Too much study is apt In bring on wearirtess DOROTHY GRANQUIST For mirth causeth health and prolzmgeth life. G. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 45 President, 45 Letter UE," 45 Ath- by letic Cup, 45 Pageant, 2, 3, 45 Vaudeville 3, 45 Gym bw 1.5 Nite, 3, 45 Blue Triangle, 25 Girls' Club, 45 Wizard Staff, 45 Student Council, 4. KENNETH GRAY lg "Hu started to sing as he tackled the thing rl I That cauldnft be done, and he did it." -Q Hi-Y, 3, 45 Secretary, 45 Prom Committee, 45 Cross I, Country, 45 Baseball, 3, 4. " VERA GOULET 1 And thy smiles are sunny. ' " L Commercial Club, 3, 45 President, 45 Girls' Club, 45 Student Council, 45 Blue Triangle, 3, 45 J. S. Club, 35 Z Pageant, 15 Prom Committee, 4. I :lf , 4 A17 , ' 1 gigs ,if s R . 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' ,,,.g,1 ffffl 1 1. ., 5' 3 ' 1 A 1.111 l,.:.f'i?Z,'i1g1.. 1-ffm.-13. 11.e.ili2:rtw1.,,'+ee. ,f15,H,s.l:1ff4 5:1-,251 'TM-Jh,:'ff?5.F11-311573,-Y ,ifvggx ff-g?-5-4?:g,'I"l ' 'mm " ' 3!11?'S' f,1. ' ' l2i'g'w 5 lh'f"'iEf 'Hi' Q1 gi Eeggwk 1 ""7 '1ffSi! Lfileil 91? SL . -T-V ,iffy J 1-1 ry li -1 5-ML' -!f'L.-,.1f.ef1254s:-l fliQW 4' Te .X HB ' ,. I if 'ill LYLA GREENAN l' " '- 1 l Be thine own self always, and than art lovable. i 1 ' 1 11' Blue Triangle, 2, 3, 4, J. S. Club, 3g Art Club, 33 W. l 0011 l H. B., 43 Girls' Club, 4g Dramatic Club, 43 Class Play, W Class 4g Wizard Staff, 4, Social Committee, 3, Vaude- 1' 1' ville, 43 Banquet Committee, 4. ' ll l I 11 3 l DARYL HANLON 1 1,1 l I The more the merrier. 1 'll l 11 I Pageant, 15 G. A. A., 2, 3g J. S. Club, 3g Blue Triangle, 1 ' ua 3, 4g Campfire Girls, 2, 39 Girls' Club, 4. 11 0f 1 1 - l P 1 l 1 1 1 11 11 1 a t ERWIN HANSEN 1 1 1 A true believer in conservation-of energy. A I Radiators, 4, Tech Club, 2. 111'11I 1 tllillll ll' 1 53111111 IRMA HASTERT 1 l ii, Her kindness, generosity, and sweetetemper made her a l l A lm,'11l F1 favorite among all. M' Blue Triangle, 3, 4g G. A. A., 4g Girls' Club, 4g Com- l1 mercial Club, 4g Wizard Staff, 4g Prom Committee, 4g 11 ' i Social Committee, 3, 4. 1 1111111 1 11,,1'1'1- HELEN HANSTAD 514241 1 11 A modern version of Hamlet. 2 li Dramatic Club, 43 Girls' Club, 4, G. A. A., lg Com- mercial Club, 3, 4. H14 -I i lg WH CLEON HARTMAN ilfglf Q1 And now I have finished my work. I li 1 1 1 MURIEL HOFFMOCKEL 1 l 1 I weigh my works well. Entered Edison, 4g G. A. A., 4, Blue Triangle, 4, lf ' 1 11411 Girls' Club, 4.. ' E1 ! 1 1 1 11 41 l V 'Ak 1, 1 lf1.:e11'. EDWARD HENNE 190 11 ful., 1 0 411952113 A man. he .seems of cheerful yesterdays, 1 br 1 HAR: 1, And confident tomorrows. E 1 11 1 5121113 Hi-Y, 4g Radiators, 43 Prom Committee, 4. 111 1 Zlliltfll 11 11 T"111'5E 1' E l 1" ll lg1g1,,q CLARENCE HEDGER 1 1 All men have their faultsg too much modesty is his. lb Class Play, Class 45 Hi-Y, 4, Radiators, 4. . 1 3111514 1 1 1 Q1 '91 CHARLOTTE HOLBERG 11 lil' ' gN 1il Ever charming, ever new. ll , I 1 ' J. s. Club, 3, Blue Triangle, 4, Girls' Club, 4g Wizard , 11111 I1 51 1 1 Staff, 4. A ' ll l li: l 11 ' . i 1.l l ' 11 1 KENNETH HORN 1. l ll A .Sportsman was hen' 1 l 000 Record Staff, 35 Hi-Y, 2g Cross Country, 2, 3g Basket- 090 0 1 ball, 3, 43 Football, 4. P0 1 5 ' gl 1 BERNICE JOHNSON ' 11l1f l Happy am I-from care I'm free, 1 1'-ll 1 Why aren't they all contented like me. Q ' lil Commercial Club, 3, 4. E11 - " 1 , . 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N9 e i. flfr- l. ,., t- 5 o W s 1 1, l., 'Yam 1 .... gl- 5 121 1 if ra l QL tr2v.4wi,lvlf. 1 , 3 Sf Q A: ,iw ff Us fb 1: rr , w,ltfJ,f,.11i,ol ' if 9572 IW 1 if lf, ' . , F, -. .. , 2 li! V 1 :Lp ,Q tglff ' wi 1 ,L ? if 1 13 at ' A-e A -A-W -4- M- A -M .MH..f,,,.,,,.s..,,., f 3155 Jw . , . , Mf1,,f, I --2 A A -1,.-,.,sfwQlL,1E5:afL1:4,, wx- ' L . .wav ffl? .4-'I ..., CX ' 1 "X, . H ,uf- ., fl A A x 'i l A z .L q , A gf, .. , :gui A E '-f-Ii ul gn ,E v PGA ,f 5 li ' nmrfi . " "5 N i ? 'il 25 , .A 1 ,J ,Q A J? N' f 1 .. i l Q .2 . Q." z . 'ffl 2, .Y r" 1 is -A H. E" A E 1 l 2 if ' ' -V 1' Y- 1. -"W y , QT, :A-,jp .ht 5, 'Hamel li.. A ima W L 7' fav.-tw-fvma s, K -,W-:fam-A-,,.mam.4,s,,,,,f-s1..,,,r. E: 1- will Ti J is MJ El , N-, , . C J N35 i 4 EDWARD JOHNSON E f Vvll It is not wise to be wiser than is necessary. gi ,sl A is 2, 3, Track Team, 4, Hi'Y, 4, Radiators, 4. W" f 5 ' Tumbling Team, 3, 4, Gymnastic Team, 4, Gym Nite, Nl lflgl all , nl LILLY JOHNSON alt il We like her for her sweetness. f -jfs, wg Glee Club, 3. fllifgg ' J ' x VY: f j .ef-,J E 2353315 M52 T 5,41-f-A EVELYN J OSEPHSON 5, A, All that's good and glorious! A513555 G. A. A., 2, 3, J. s. Club, 3, Girls' Club, 4, Blue gtgfjgf, ilffsi? Triangle, 4, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. 1 3.5165 ik? 'A jzgjliii iii-mi 'Wlff 'i OSCAR JOHNSON ,QFE ,. He lived in that ideal world whose language is not speech. Mull il, J but music. ,E 1 QifQ.f. Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Honor Society, 4, Tech. '- L- Club, 2, Harmony Contest, 3, 4, Chess Club, 3, Class l,f,1QE, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Group Captain, 4. ill-.3 , X if f RAYMOND JULKOWSKI A He'll keep up the pace, .N ii And stay in the race. ' A Basketball, 1, 2, 8, 4, Group Captain, 1, 2, 3, 4, Social -- Committee, 4, Banquet Committee, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Radi- 4 is ators, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. :ff 5 I 2 ,Fifi ' LEETA KENT 'V - Lijc to me is just one grand dream after another .-I 4 .. ,, 1:4 ' gfjl, 1' G. A. A., 1, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Commercial Club, 4, ,541 Q23 - Dramatic Club, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Record Staff, 3, 4, ' W Wizard Staff, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Vaudeville, 4. f My Q Q. aw, :T 4 ,M ANDREW KONIAR ,Q f 'LQ 2 I never with important air .3 lil ' l 9 In. conversation overbear. 1 - '.., 5- . :' ' zzuvzg -- ,111 Jr-, ff, Jfvrff rum," 'r ., s, . gg, , SOPHIE KOOK igigfiip, ' i,I5,..L ,ts 1 'Q Us But genius must be born and never can be bought. iv: --4 -A Forty-Two wfwmmm-mmzmwvf-fwmfnmaf.f-..-,fx-,fi--N-r..-fans.-,-.i swf.-W.-.ff--...-mf.-V ww.-vw we,.-1,-f--f.-.-..,,..................,,...,........,..,..,,.-,,.,s..,...t.n,naf.Aaae.m,m.us.v,..yff.:,,-Wf JOHN LAING There is honesty, manhood, and good fellowship in thee. Q. E. D., 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Chimes of Nor- mandy, 3, Yokohama Maid, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Radiators, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, Group Captain, 4, Class Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Class President, 4, Wizard Staff, 4, Class Play, Class 4. HELEN LAGOWSKI All the best things are rare. J. S. Club, 3, Commercial Club, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Astronomy Club, 2, Record Staff, 3, Blue Triangle, 3, 4. Lots LLOYD She shapes her speech all silver hne. Pageant, 1, G. A. A., 1, J. S. Club, 3, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, President, 4, Ring and Pin Committee, 4, Student Council, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4, Social Committee, 3, Vaudeville, 4, Banquet Committee, 4, W. H. B., 4, Treasurer, Girls' Club, 4, Class Play, Class 4. ALICE LARSON You might have searched far for one half as expressive as our Alice. BERNICE MCGAUGHEY The world before you lies. G. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, J. S. Club, 3, Girls' Club, 4, Pageant, 2, Class Vice-President, 4, Blue Triangle, 3, Prom Committee, 4. MELVIN MCLAUGHLIN Another musical lad in this school. Glee Club, 1, 2, Trial by Jury, 1, Pirates of Penzance. 2, Prom Committee, 4, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Radiators, 4, Group Captain, 3, 4, Class Play, Class 4, Vaudeville, 4. FLOYD MALOY Never dare misfortune cross thy path. Baseball, 3, 4, Hockey, 3, 4, Football, 4, Radiators, 4. AMANDA MAGNUSON It is best to say a great deal when one does talk. Girls' Club, 4, G. A. A., 4, Commercial Club, 3, 4. VERA MENGELKOCH The sweetest lass that ever liuerl. Commercial Club, 4, Blue Triangle, 4, Vaudeville, 1, Girls' Club, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Banquet Commit- tee, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. PETER MANKOWSKI Learned in all youthful sports and pastimes, In all his studies, he excelled. Football, 4, Basketball, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Radiators, 4, Vice-President, Class President, 3, Record Staff, 3, Class Play, Class 4, ,Wizard Staff, 4. VERNON MATTSON A man. of rare good humor. KATHERINE MANS Because of her genial nature she had countless friends. G. A. A., 1, 2, J. S. Club, 3, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Vaudeville, 4, Dramatic Club, 4, Banquet Committee, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. 1 H-f .wma-www--'M-ww--f v.--- K A-. at-wr....W W.-WM..att-A. ...M sw. V--A www'nmmswnaawa-1.wnavsnmtmw-nmmauummswutuenmvma-.sw-,mm mrvsmmaazavfsmvn .,,,i,.-..,.L....,.....,...........w..-........,-i-i..........., 4-we Q -mms Forty-Th ree s it av, 1. E. f 1 1, fi"',f5i ,i H Nl. ' Url ,1f,.",,,g A 1 l A A ll 'ii Z 1? . 5, A 5 1 on -'g 2 h ,, - ,, , 5-14 ZA lx. as.:-.- " ,:' f -4 H511 . -f - 'F 4 - Fl A aff" I I 'jqYfg:fwLff.,,'r'1,2i?lTrea3siKe fr'? A.Lf5-M 11i:f:sf1f,..ii -xr 1 1 .- i"5iiwf:5w:'P313'it'-BST? F131 531 J- I "J-Lv--2 Lf, 5'-iflffftzf it 7' if BH- -.-5-.lQfii5bg"Q'T4if?f'77--31 "If fl :Vai ' 1, Q, g, If R a .,-,,.g32' 'i'laf11-.:iyg,e1.L....Q1':13f. 2.?.,s.f,.4,,., lzbgiffif QL JI U W 3 at 1 1 '12, CLAIRE MURPHY " ' 'iii A slip of a girl. Record Staff, 35 J. S. Club, 35 Blue Triangle, 45 Girls' 0 f- I Club, 4, Prom committee, 4, Wizard staff, 4. 1 14.0 1 WILLIAM MEALEY 'fl X , i I could for ages sit and dream. I FLORENCE MURRELL lr' 4 , 1 Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. ll X g, Q Student Council, 45 Record Stall, 3, 45 W. H. B., 45 1 -' A L- X11 Treasurer, 45 Honor Society, 3, 45 Secretary, 35 Vice- , 'G w x: President, 45 Wizard Staff, 45 Associate Editor, 45 1 ig, 'N Girls' Club, 45 Prom Committee, 4. A, A MARTIN MIKULAK I Mint E Wit now and then struck sharply shows 11 spark. i 4 1 4 I i' . l gmail Baseball, 3, 45 Football, 45 Engineers' Club, 45 Prom 3 A 1 Committee, 45 Orchestra, 15 Radiators, 4. ' ' 1. wi, , A WESLEY MAUREN 9 4 I am a man of few words. 'l ' IE . , Baud, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 1, 2, Radiators, 4. If 5 'l rl 1 I -, H, h I Wigs? MARY MUNSON ' 1 A maiden petite, yet very sweet. l Q Commercial Club, 3, 45 Recording Secretary, 45 Girls, I 2 4 -like . 1 I Club, 45 Blue Triangle, 4. 1 ln, ,i FLORENCE MOODY .5 1 There are two sides to every question. 1 1 , ii 'Zi 'Q Blue Triangle, 45 J. S. Club, 35 G. A. A., 35 4 5 4' Ir s u , . 'iw G' 1 ' Cl b 4 I I 'I ' ,. ii -i 5 1 I 4 JOHN MIKULAK - ii ,Q And if I laugh at mortal things, X I 'Q 'Tis I may not weep. ' X Glee Club, 1, 3, 45 Trial by Jury, 15 Chimes of Nor- 1 g mandy, 35 Yokohama Maid, 45 Baseball, 3, 45 Foot- 1 0 ' 121 ball, 45 Engineers, Club, 45 Radiators, 4. mo ,N LE, I HELEN NELSON g 1 'W I Good-natured, contented, and always full of fun. l ' Pageant, 15 .l. S. Club, 35 Commercial Club, 3, 45 Blue 5 Triangle, 45 Girls' Club, 45 Prom Committee, 45 Wizard i ' 1 Staff, 4. ' I il 1 . H 244 EVELYN NELSON gm Ili Always a good sportswolnan. ly 2 G. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-President, 35 Glee Club, 1, 25 - V I ig Astronomy Club, 25 Vice-President5 Girls' Club, 45 ni Q, - J. s. Club, 3. 'ltr . I It 4 5 , " 5- 1 HUBERT NELSON l ' . I If to do were as easy as to know what were good to do, lj ' I should be a prince. 00 Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain, 45 Football, 2, 3, 45 Class 00,0 00 Play, Class 45 Class Treasurer, 4. "PII ., A I l WANDA NELSON .wif . Ahe had certain little trickles of enjoyment about her 1,4 eyes and mouth. H liar J - Blue Triangle, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer, 3, 45 Girls' Club, 4. i uk' I sw 4 -- - 4... - fa --- 5 31 4 W , 71 - . . F ' IH , . ' "1 -- 'iv Alff "I xv Q 1- lil I. Ja. A " . lln E . t .ix . .151 ,I ILii'Hf.sL ' ff' ,I PM '!f --1 - its ,. 5 Tr 4 ,ag " 'll ?"aa.'f.ss-31454. tellin if if wpil lh in 1. 5!- N 1 I ' ,, V if -V i H A i ,ez if I : iq -immnnm .uf1rH,i1I1a1aalEgglg,,4,,Qq' twig. - - . QT'7',g'?iVf9f,2'-x ,tl "i" i"'i'TiR+f'1 E ,"i1'lwiwfigH, f, 1 7',L,7a,- 'R i:'iE,- ,wail tw Fm'ty-Four .....u1..f -nw...A. A as-....... 4.--U, . ,..........,............. ........... .. ...,....., .s.....a -.1-....,. vm-7 1 K1 MARGARET NORDHOLM Irnpulsive, earnest, prompt to act, And make her generous thought a fact. Astronomy Club, 1, 2, President, 2, Editor Sophomore Section, '22 Nor'easter, Student Council, 3, 4, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Record Staff, 3, 4, Wizard Staff, 4, W. H. B., 4, President, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4, President, Class Vice-President, 3, Class Play, Class 4, Prom Committee, 4, Banquet Committee, 4. BERNARD NEWMAN Why should he waste time studying? Group Captain, 3, Hockey, 2, 3, Radiators, 4. . DELBUR NORDIN Let each speak for himself. Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey, 3, 4, Orchestra, 3, 4, Band, 4, Engineers, 4, Secretary, Class Play, Class 4, Stage. 2, 3, 4, Banquet Committee, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Jazz Orchestra, 3, Class Secretary, 4. EARL NORDQUIST He is indeed highly qualified by nature to discharge any part in which he found himself placed. Football, 1, 2, Track, 1, 2, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Yoko- hama Maid, 4, Hi-Y Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 3, 4, Junior Hi-Y Leader, 3, 4, President State Older Boys' Conference, 4, All-City President, 4, All-City Secretary, 3, Vaudeville, 3, 4, Group Captain, 3, 4, Honor So- ciety, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, 4, President, 4, Class President, 3, Prom Commit- tee, 4, Wizard Staff, 4, Radiators, 4. JOSEPH NOVAK A youth there was of quiet ways. CHRIST NYGARD Nothing ever was achieved without enthusiasm MARGARET 0,BRIEN Weleomed where soe'er she went, A kind and gracious element. Record Staff, 3, J. S. Club, 3, W. H. B., 4, Girls' Club, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. DOROTHY OLSON She had great tact and discernment. .l., S. Club, 3, Girls' Club, 4, Commercial Club, 3, 4, W. H. B., 4, Vice-President, Dramatic Club, 4, Record Staff, 3, 4, Honor Society, 4, Wizard Staff, 4, Group Captain, 4, Bank Cashier, 4, Class Play, Class 4. FLORENCE OLSON We'rl like to know her better. Entered Edison, 4, Girls' Club, 4. ORVILLE OLSON He had a radiant, mirthful smile. Hockey, 1, 3, 4, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic, Club, 3, 4, Prom. Committee, 4. MARGARET OVERACKER Sa serious and yet so gay, Ready for work and ready for play. PHYLLIS OWEN Life is what we make it. G. A. A., 1, Blue Triangle, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Class Vice-President, 3, Student Council, 3, J. S. Club, 3, Record Staff, 3, Wizard Staff, 4, Social Committee, 3, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Banquet Committee, 4, W. H. B., 4, Girls' Club, 4, Class Play, Class 4. , L 1 ff ,. 1 . . . .- fiif .. ,A -ii. ...., .,.. ' 24:11 5.421 ..., .. -,,.,...'1i, .' . s.. '4- ,...--mff:--we rea:-, .mi-W-ff'-1-' ., .. Y -f .1--f-v----H v Forty-Five A . ..4'f , f- .. , 5- ,,,, ,isa-.-A--wx-as-wifi ,, ., Zi" A, .Wg gn M,-K,.',,,v gf' .-' 'A .,.:-:1:a9:m.r :aug . gy-grjz. - . 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If , A EDWARD PETERSON , A l Very methodical was he. 0 l Hi-Y, 3, Group Captain, 4. .itll ,,,- L HELEN PLACK Honest labor bears a lovely face. ,lui G. A. A., 4, Blue Triangle, 4, Girls, Club, 4, Com- ',l tl 3 mercial Club, 4, Corresponding Secretary, Prom Com- mittee, 4, Group Captain, 4, Wizard Staff, 4. od +64 ri 0 li IRMA PETERSON tr ,lion Charms strike the sight, and merit wins the soul. W . G. A. A., 3, Blue Triangle, 4, Wizard Staff, 4, Social ,F l il 5 Committee, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Prom Committee, 4. li 1 W? riff' 5 W, HENRY PITTELKOW 4 A ,ine specimen of manhood. 74 F a' Gleam Staff, Associate Editor, Q. E. D., 3, 4, lQl l ,I Radiators, 4. EUVI Q "' lg liilllfl, . HILTON POOL Q Care to our coffins, adds a nail low down, il Nigga And every grin so merry draws one out. Et'-gig Golf, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 4, Cross Country, lf 'leaf 4, Radiators, 4. ll .,g.,. ,. A., T 5 'ml zz E ' HELEN PORTER ,mg J iii ,K High school days have their delights, k l But they can't compare with the high school nights. fxlf Glee Club, 3, Trial by Jury, Pirates of Penzance, Blue , Triangle, 2, 3, 4, Social Committee, 4, Prom Commit- l ll ight, tee, 4, J. S. Club, 3. .Ni xt, H GORDON RHEAUME E53 He speaks more in a minute than he listens to in a month. " Radiators, 4, Wizard Staff, 4, Prom Committee, 4. ' A "Q , INEZ ROSENQUIST A il Gentle of speech, friendly of mind. , if ,E 3 NELLIE ROGERS 3 i y For well she kept her genial mood always. , lg Blue Triangle, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President, 4, Record 0 , Staff, 3, Girls' Club, 4. 00 ' l A I MELVINA RUPRECHT ' Her feet were quick and nimble. ll' 3 G. A. A., 1, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Commercial Club, tm 1 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Wizard 4 i Staff, 4. K. 1 l 5 W1 ---A' -W... .....7. ..-vwil.,,i,-,,,M,,,i-wil-1--.1-.1-,I-h-M ,,, ,,,,..,,,,,, ,Y .,.. W --7 nr ,E Y ' T, L I EEK ll .,,-.:7f,, 1 " 5. f 4 A- 5 Forty-Six 351. wwnnuvsftawmmmwwqwvy---ww,'mv-.1A.'..-m-.,-..-.-As..-Amm.mwA.sw..An...e:.n.,.m,.w:awfxs W: va ..., A- -.. ,,.,. --Jf,.1-:fLv,g-.s:.s....,-Y .---,Average-am. ,. -7.771 i ,,.,., J.. BETTY ROE A pretty, sweet girl-loved by ull. Honor Society, 3, 43 W. H. B., 4g Blue Triangle, 3, 43 Vice-President, 4g Girls' Club, 43 Carl Linnaeus So- ciety, 43 Vice-President, 43 Record Staff, 43 Wizard Staff, 43 Prom Committee, 43 Banquet Committee, 43 Student Council, 3, 43 Secretary, 3, 43 Pageant, 1. ELSIE SAMUELSON The sum of wisdom is that time is never lost that is devoted to work. Blue Triangle, 3, 43 Carl Linnaeus Society, 43 Presi- dent, 43 Student Council, 43 Girls' Club, 43 Wizard Staff, 4g Prom Committee, 4. CORINNE ST. HILAIRE The shortest answer is going. Group Captain, 43 Commercial Club, 3, 43 Vice-Presi- dent, 43 J. S. Club, 3g G. A. A., 13 Blue Triangle, 4. RUTH SATHER She bears herselj with complete self-possession. Girls' Club, 43 Commercial Club, 3, 4g Treasurer, 43 Blue Triangle, 4g G. A. A., 3, 43 Prom Committee, 43 .l. S. Club, 33 Wizard Staff, 4. GEORGE SPANO No one excelled him in the art of pleasing everyone at all times. Record Staff, 23 Football, 2, 3, 43 Group Captain, 3, 43 Prom Committee, 43 Banking Association, 443 President, 43 Wizard Staff, 43 Advertising Manager3 Student Ath- letic Manager, 43 Class Play, Class 43 Vaudeville, 4. ANITA SCHULBERG She has a blooming face and pleasant manners. Glee Club, 23 .l. S. Club, 33 Blue Triangle, 43 Girls' Club, 43 Dramatic Club, 3, 4g Treasurer, 43 Wizard Staff, 4g Class Play, Class 43 Prom Committee, 4. GEORGIA SMITH Shadows of annoyance never came near thee. Commercial Club, 3, 43 Glee Club, 2, 33 Pirates of Penzance, 23 J. S. Club, 33 Girls' Club, 43 Vaudeville, 43 Record Staff, 33 Wizard Staff, 4g Blue Triangle, 3, 4. WILLIAM SCHULZE He was marked for his ready wit. Senate, 23 Q. E. D., 3g President, 3g Student Council, 2, 33 Secretary, 3g Group Captain, 1, 2, 3g Edison Revue, 23 Record Staff, 3, 4g Circulation Manager, 3g Man- aging Editor, 43 Freshman Editor, '22 Cardinal3 Junior Editor, '24 Wizard3 Wizard Staff, 43 Business Manager, 43 Track, 2, 43 Banquet Committee, 4. - WILLIAM SWALLENDER We have great admiration for him. Radiators, 4g Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Trial by .lury3 Pirates of Penzance, 23 Engineers' Club, 43 Prom Committee, 43 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 43 Tumbling Team. ANNA SCHUTENBERG She was diminutive in stature. G. A. A., 2g Commercial Club, 3, 43 Blue Triangle, 4. SIGNE SHUBERT Our own "Sunshine" Girls' Club, 43 Blue Triangle, 3, 43 Commercial Club, 4. MARY S1MUs Be merry if you are wise. Commercial Club, 3, 43 G. A. A., 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club, 43 Girl Scouts, 13 Pageant, 2. in Avxlli A VEC' ,tw ff? fax? SP? A l 21323 llikfll f 151 'in Ji R.: U 'fly 3,4 A ,K S ,,, ' if Q ikfg . , -- ---ruff ,.,. : .1--,. t-.1--mts.:m,e1-.-:s. -gr: tw :sew-.usage Forty-Seven 3 i R gi., :i.':ii:i:.i1gfif"fi'1t:'f'f:is'3:ff:::r'3.:, R - A A fr r N ' 3 ,fi ii ' 'A -f1rT"'iT 7"'f"1TiEff xi 1 .. ,Aix bg-M. f:.. . , v LA V-, 5 ,y,,Q'.,. ' -. ' 1 A M .... ,, A f, 'I "" ' Iii 3- 'IEW 4 .5955 if 5. " ,ful .4 MARGARET SERY 1 ,Wg 2, Her motto!"Deal fairly with all." 5 G. A. A., 2, 3, Blue Triangle, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4. W if MELVIN SWAN g', He had whimsical good humor in him. Ushers' Club, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, Radiators, 4, ffilfti, E Basketball, 3, 4, Baseball, 4. 172' f Q , I ails ,E Q ' MARION STEVENS fiii ' Push on-keep moving! A Y Vaudeville, 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 4, Banquet Com- . y i mittee, 4, Honor Society, 4, Class Play, Class 4. . ' ' 1 A af: . A j5'f.:1t Q MARGARET SCHULLO lllllff 5 A thoroughly straight-forward girl. Glee Club, 1, 2, Trial by Jury, 1, Pirates of Penzance, 133, 2, J. S. Club, 3, Girls' Club, 4, Prom Committee, 4. li',1g",j1 WALTER SWANSON His task is done, now for the dreamless sleep with which E:'4U - labor blesses its weary children. ' , RUTH Sc1sLoW Kind, intelligent, prepared to be friendly. Commercial Club, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Record Stall, 3, Prom Committee, 4, Vaudeville, 4. ANGELINE TABAIKA Diseretion of speech is more than eloquence. Commercial Club, 3, 4, .l. S. Club, 3, Girls' Club, 4, Banking Association, 4, Prom Committee, 4, Vaude- Q ville, 4. . ,, ANN TARNSTROM A , I had rather study books than men. .. Blue Triangle, 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club, 3, 4, G. 5 A. A., 2, 3, Gym Nite, 3. 3 Q LAURA VARNUM 3 Fine words! I wonder where you stole them. f Entered from Goodhue, Minn., 2, Blue Triangle, 3, 4, L Prom Committee, 4, Girls' Club, 4, Dramatic Club, 4, Q Vaudeville, 4. I N A DONALD VOSIKA . 5 wgigf Three fifths of him genius, two hfths sheer fudge. Orcliestra, 2, 3, Cross Country, 4, Group Captain, 3, if Class Play, Class 4, Radiators, 4, Hi-Y, 2, Social V, Committee, 3, Pageant, 2, Tennis, 4, Chess Club, 3. ' LAURA VINING iifibi V l J 9 ef..--.A ,mf wb,-wwe.maya-.mnanmwmm-wsrrw 1 , ,swamwfu-,atinmmmwmw1aassr.-svso:.ssmmrnamsnam-wamysew She was quick, keen-witted, and imaginative. J. S. Club, 3, G. A. A., 3, Commercial Club, 3, Glee Club, 2, Record Staff, 3, Prom Committee, 4, Banquet Committee, 4. EVELYN VERRITT Sweet and quiet! Commercial Club, 3, 4, Girls' Club, 4. wg si? 5 ,nj ' 1 5, 31253 5 -nm.-.Q-naunnnumuuulmulwmmrr. we-1-Amir -fffefsf.. 'l1S2i'2f ,ff 42-'11.1, 2 ' -T s.,f..1aw. ,,,15ql,E52:z ' 1' Sri, . J E . I 55 XIX . gall- i f.. Q:rj--55-4-"G'gtm5lq1,'3gfS,R . f ,. . A A "K-rV'f'i'.'1,.. -.' A . 1: 3 ' 'rg 'f w..,,,m -.W ....- .-'gif-t . .11 ,, , t 4 in .t,,.J, 5, H , T, a r 'rf t ,g-or few ' ' ' f ales. "1i'Ji"'- V 'wifi fa - i ,A -"' ' ,.' "TM Q.. 7'i...,-..El ' "'f:751f-32' - . . .TQTRW 1--T Il"f..1 -. 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Radiators, 4, Class Play, Class 4, Social Committee, 4, Student Athletic Manager, 4. ' CLARENCE LINDSTROM - I might turn out to be the hero of my class yet. ANGELA WEGLINSKI She speaketh not and yet there lies A conversation in her eyes. MICHAEL CIELUSAK A man of genial mood-our "Mike Shine." Football, 2, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Base- ball, 2, 3, 4, Group Captain, 4, Social Committee, 4. ALVIN KRZESZOWSKI Always 11 light was dimmer when put beside this star. Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Football, 4, Radiators, 4, Base- ball, 3, 4. JOHN ZAWADSKI Enough!-we're ziredimy mind and I. Engineers' Club, 4, Radiators, 4.t DOROTHY HOLBERG She had 1: steady face, pretty features, and a great composure of manner. Blue Triangle, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, J. S. Club, 3, Girls' Club, 4, Wizard Staff, 4, Vaudeville, 4. 'f--,-v.f-'-.ert.rnq1r1- :-: - ' ww- , , , .,, ,. fre. ' - 'Vw ' A' I 4 'i .s, , , , I ,. 225555 f-I ,,,- ,, 2354512 f :fl . 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'Hi' ,- ' ' f 1 ' 1 1 QQ- ' 1.2,f.f.-E 'if''W'fT"5Sf'f'7.7"i'1"'gil""l- 4'3"--lf! .-.ry ' l t V- 'if - 7 ' ' " !E?'?fi1T'-' 1 . . 31- 21:4-I 3- t 1.2 . .'oPr1"E'I' 1 ix-rs. 4"'ff:.?5f1e- -M-L SSRN!-gw A i il ' ill' L: , I - . . . - A. . -v-:ser . . - M -ar -. -. 1 -- --f - V- . , ----.-ri.. 1:5 " ' -" ' 1 f - -' new a.-A ' pei..--2 Y- 'S'-tr., A11--rv H ' :f:'..' 2 - -w .- ' . 'Ii' . 'I , ....s:z?.?..g.......s,,s-5.1:.......:f..ws:.2..e...........,...aI.A1.:::e.,.,........,........4 ...,L,.....,.........L-.a,, , Y, Y -- . A .f ,,,,e,,,a..ef.-.....,.......T.,W.....a...,.....,..L ..,.,..,...E.e......,w..,...p..-a,...a:,,... , . ...a..-,--,,5a,......,-. TLV, Forty-Nine JUNE '16 CLASS THE members of the June '26 class came to Edison from the surrounding grade schools in September, 1922. At that time there was no established order and even the building was unfinished. We passed through our Freshman year less molested by the upper classmen than is usually the case for youthful newcomers, to a school. This condition was due to the fact that the upper classmen themselves were newcomers, having just come from East High and were kept busy by their own diihculties. Mr. Cook was much in evidence and we, who seemed untamable, became models of good conduct while in his presence. There were no heroes in Edison's Hall of Fame for us to worship, and strangely enough we got on famously without them or the traditional surrounding of the Freshman. The school grew and developed and so did we. It may be truthfully said that we have grown up with the school. Having passed through the various stages of development and become 11B7s, we held a meeting in the fall of 1924 and organized as a class. The oiiicers chosen were: president, Peter Mankowski, vice-president, Phillys Owen, secretary-treasurer, John Laing. Miss Gladys Hobbs was selected as social adviser. The only party of the term was a get-acquainted party, so that the newcomers might become ac- quainted with the rest of the class. l Our second election resulted in the appointment of Earl Nordquist as president, Margaret Nordholm, vice-president, and Gordon Reed, secretary-treasurer. Bold, bad, blood-thirsty pirates attended our second party. A large pirate boat featured along with dark-eyed maidens. The last party of that term was the all-Junior May Day Frolic. Betty Roe was chosen as May Queen and eight couples dressed in rain- bow colors danced around the May Pole. This event was a step in establishing the May Day party as an all-Junior Frolic. It is hoped that future Junior classes will make the event a tradition. The oliicers elected for the 12B term were: John Laing, president, Nellie Rogers, vice-presidentg Oscar Johnson, secretary-treasurer. The social activities began with a harvest party in October. The gymnasium was decorated with corn shocks, red leaves, and pumpkins to suggest the harvest season. The girls wore aprons and sun- bonnets while the boys appeared as sturdy tillers of the soil. The next party, an all- Senior event, was a costume party. A cosmopolitan group assembled and among those present was Mr. Dean, art teacher, bedecked with all the finery of the fair sex. The final event of the year was the senior prom, givin in honor of the January graduates. For this affair the gymnasium was decorated so as to give a Japanese atmosphere. The decorations were more beautiful than those for any previous party, and many people made admiring comments. For our last term we re-elected John Laing for president and Nellie Rogers, vice- president. Delbur Nordin became the new secretary and Hubert Nelson, treasurer. Nellie Rogers resigned and Bernice lVIcGaughey was chosen to fill the vacancy. The carnival idea was worked out as the feature of the first party, held jointly with the 12B class. There were three social events which came near the end of the term. First came a party in May, then the prom given by the January, '27 class and last the Senior banquet. Commencement, the crowning event of our school life came, and we parted with mingled pain and pleasure. The June '26 class is the first truly Edison class. We have advanced with the school and like to feel that our class has been one of the factors in its development. Fifty Fifty-One . 1 1.-mean:-annum JANUARY ,Z7 CLASS EMBERS of the .lanuary '27 Class assembled first in February, 1925. William Adamson was elected president, Mary Guzy, vice-president, and .lohn Johnson, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Mclntyre was chosen as class adviser. Two parties were held that term: A get-together party, and the annual all-Junior May Pole Frolic. At the beginning of the fall term, a new set of officers were selected. Earl Dunn became presidentg Leila Odegard, as vice-president, assumed the social responsibilitiesg Leslie Smith was made official keeper of the recordsg and Margaret Jader took the treasurer's position. The first party was a masquerade, held at Hallowe'en. Here colonials, clowns, cut-ups, and comics shone resplendent: The members of the class appeared in hard-times clothes at the. all-Junior party of last January. As before, election of ofiicers began the new term. The Seniors of-a-few-days elected Karl Goldner, presi- dentg Paul Searles, vice-presidentg Nettie Sjoberg, sec- retaryg and Sherman Wallace, treasurer. A joint car- nival party lightened the dreary month of March. The second party was held April 23. Following the custom, the class entertained the graduates at a Prom. This third term was notable for the choosing of a class ring. - W. . . . .vw -- ..r-.-V-1'-ev 1 W-1-sf H-www -me ,vi turns- F1 f I y-Tfuro mvm: rnmmanswmv- wfwrrnv-s-rv'1v' r ---V. - f.-,,..a..g.n 1-.mww.,sf-.nMrmmn 3 -...,....,...h.-.............,...-...,,......,.,-......,..................w......,.-.-.-... H .............,....,..... -W. wa... .-wi Q. JUNE '17 HE class of June '27, organized in September, 1925. At the meeting, which was presided over by Miss Ber, Miss Fleming was chosen as social adviser. The oilicers elected for the term were: Har- riet Graffenstatt, presidentg Earl Friend, vicevpresidentg May Anderson, secretaryg and Alex Boris, treasurer. Their first social event was a plain dress party, which was very successful. The last frolic of the semester, an all-Junior affair was a hard time party at which Earl Dunn, president of the January '27 class, led the festivities. At a meeting held in January, Lyle Dow was elected presidentg William eniak, secretaryg .1 Keene. vice-presidentg John Zel- nd Arthur Viking, treasurer. The first party of the 'term was an Irish party, held a few days before St. Pa trick's Day. The revelers were di- vided into the two opposing parties of orange and green and a contest held, in which the green won. The last party was with thc 11B class on April 30. In accord- ance with the custom set by previous classes in their spring all-Junior parties, it was made a May Day Frolic and a Queen of the May chosen. The all-Junior May Day Frolic is now event of the spring established as a traditional social term. in 1, K 22, 'Z , s Q. IMQ1 :- t, . mx-fn-:as-mexumzmsp. new tilt if a Q 'uw 5, V: 'ly' x 4 ,Q iff. 2 , will 5 - 'J' if . f 'X Lff?feffVf"" , ,l .4 I T, . g. A . ...M-Z.. -214' t, , v - -- 1,-.,:f,s 51 . : ' 15' 4, QQ . t-,f-"fr-451-123w,iL55eQ,gwcis,ff. 4. H , I 1 5 -wtf ' '. , ' " 'mae' x'1""r""" 'fy-Tv'-1-s.a,.w -4 'if Mug , , - . , V vgjl .-,f Y .X k ' '-4 i . ,,. ,M , -, ,M .3 kt,l3,.L-V-ig,-A J . i r t ' ' . L it is . . 4. - . . 1, Q. nw lg V.. -1 zwz,--Y ' . '. iq1..... , -f kg-H 'f 'ti' Q3-3 VK - ' ' 4- ' ' D I, 5,-lffkliv ,., Lge N' fJ,,,1ggLg:,-2235.5-ggspl typ Ml 1 ..q.:5:.11 ,-Nf.,1m :,..-,-.,.e.,v1rrm4t..,.,.-..,... ,..a..,..,:.Li..'::::1mm.....Q-.r1 .-,..-U-me --.WW-Wm :-'- 2-' f-Y--l-- - H W-me-fa W f-f' W H--ff,"f We 'ff W V W wm.ww.mWm wwmwrwa-.w f.-.. -,fw,wm1ww'-mmrtwm--- ... ,,,,.,, ...s-e15........,,m.,,.--,,W..mmRMs3fm1m,epf,iw,..:--.mm...L.am- A ie , 'Q W-fm mmmwmf.-f ,-L-evmx-mm.,-1-wa-im I Fifty-'l'hree "B" J UN IORS HE present 11B class came to Edison in January, 1924. Its members uran loose" until the class organized in January, 1926. At their first meet- ing, over which Miss Braden presided, Mr. Eddis Janes was chosen as class adviser. An election of officers resulted in the selection of Earl Peterson, president, by a unanimous vote on the first ballot. Other officers chosen were: Harriet Roberts, vice-presidentg and Lloyd Sincock, secretary-treasurer. The first class party was to have been on March 26, but due to the interest in basketball, was postponed until April 9. It was a plain dress party, at which the members had an opportunity to become better acquainted. The last social event of the year was the annual May Day Frolic of the Junior classes. r This is the lowest of the organized classes and has a year and a half more of school life before it. In that time it can do much towards making Edison a more perfect place and ideal school to attend. Already some of its members have made their mark in school activities and there is more promising material which is yet to be brought forth. This as Edison's youngest organized class should start now to better both itself and its surroundings that it may be remembered after graduation as an ideal class. Fifty-Four SOPHOMORES HERE are at present four hundred students in the Sophomore class, which is the lowest grade in the Senior High. There are some of them who are coming to school only because they have to, but others have by this time settled down to a definite course and the serious business of getting an education. The Sophomore year is spent almost entirely in educational development, and the tenth graders therefore do not have many social events. Those students that become outstanding for their work in the Senior year generally enter their chosen activities when they are in this sec- ond year of high school. Sophomores may attend the all-school Sunlights, belong to the Hi-Y, Q. E. D., Engineers' Club, Forum, G. A. A., Dramatic Club, Camp Fire, and Commercial Club and have the privi- lege of membership in either the Blue Triangle or the Silver Triangle. The Forum, which was started by Freshman girls, has since become a club of Sophomores only. The members of this class have more privileges than those of any other unorganized class. They do not have as many social activities as the upper classmen, but take 'advantage of those they have and look forward to the Junior year when they may organize as a class and gain these things which are now denied them. Fifty-Five +595 A F' fa - as s- . ,W--.W 1-nffiqgg-f-gran-arm-s-Ja-fsv-rfvmn :nv-f rsrmasnwuxmrzuxa-n11r,rcr:zvs'-'-rx-rrQ FRESHMEN HE Freshman class has an enrollment of five hun- dred students. Most of its members are graduates of the surrounding grade schools. Though every- thing is new and strange the Freshmen try to do the right thing and to get into school activities. These con- scientious efforts of the ninth graders are changing the attitude of the upper classmen from that of conscious superiority to one of helpfulness and understanding. This encouragement is keenly appreciated by the Fresh- men and they enter activities with less self-conscious- ness. They may belong to the Junior Student Council, J. A. C., ,Junior Hi-Y, Silver Triangle, Forum, and the Camp Fire. Some of the boys enter senior high ath- letics and make foundations for future athletics. Fresh- men are loyal supporters of their favorites and the team. On tag day they wore green tags and the num- ber bought indicated that their support is financial as well as moral. In the harmony contest there were three of this class entered. All presented good compositions. The ninth graders are well represented on the honor roll. This is well, for good habits of study should he formed in the freshman year so that when the many activities of the upper grades come, the scholastic standing of the student will not suffer. - ,,.,. .R f far" -v.1,m:vst.1. 1 r , 4 ' N ., 1-N ,, - K 1 :. ' b. . 'f",'.,-3-Ez, A ,- . - :V -- . is .K fi 11 ' " . ' V L vi" ix, L " ' ,, .,.,-' ' ' ',W '-if 1- 1 T' 'v ' ..u:: Linf.5.,3Q'j:.3-,N-K , , A+ Jan.: E '1 at-, 'Nur 'i If t. Al? 1 .fir 'll I., 5, 2 .l ni-if 'wr- fr Q i l 1 Z 5 1 5 1 - 4 . , , , , V , , , , 1 2 e,.,.....-' .'1--........s........r.,..,4.'.i,...:.,.4g......g......L-. ..--:izs:- -A :.a..g..: ,.,..,.J il were as 1-.mm ev- ammmsqmwmnn-,mug-mzsmmmtfr .L mm 1-sgfuuw.-mum Fifty-Six . . -an-rrp-f-2-1: rs-an .mmmevvmv-mmm-fffem-1wfpnfmuw.m.: wanna-www ., env. .,V- ...em .. -.1-,em--.,,,..mf.r-..... W., .... ..,.A..4-r.. ,1.-,:.m'm--..--ma - ---- V--........ ... .. ,U ,..,...... . . ,.-,.........-..,. .,..,.......,.e.....,..-......... .-...,.,.,. W.. .........,.-. ..,,,. M., -...........................--,U-K-Y-ff v---fr----we H if , .f-p f-'nw Tr---5-as : 1 -- ww wwf- '. :f::.:........ g.....23.'.T.'?'E ,rv se' W Y f . 4 JUNIOR HIGH HERE are over five hundred seventh and eighth grade students in Edison. These people are the youngsters of our school, but they take an important part in school life. They have very few of the privi- leges that the high school has and so wait impatiently for the day when they enter the school as Freshmen. The girls may begin to win points in athletics by joining the .lunior.G. A. A. The boys are not yet eligible to compete in the athletic activities of the high school, but they can build a strong foundation for future com- petition. Our Junior High students come from the nearby grade schools. At first they feel awed by their presence in so large a building and the close contact with the demigod heroes they have picked from among the up- per classmen. But, as the novelty of their new en- vironment wears off, they take their established place in school life. They are sometimes troublesome, but . their virtues offset their defects. The school would in- Y deed be a different place if they were not here for their 'Q affairs add color to our school life. These young people , ,rilfgi are fortunate indeed, having as they do, six years to gf I live in the atmosphere of Edison. Here the .lunior iiffrli EQQQZ High years are given over to the formation of good 15125342 5 habits of study so that the activities of the last two 5 IH years will not interfere with the study life which is in the paramount business of any school. gtfafz S wifi? 5955? E E'-if:1'?5 1 5 W' ' ' fffQ'if1'2f'fQif'l'f'Q"EIfffffff'Zl'ff.f?Lf.i:7fL"."f.'f7'ffff'iL"l'1.,, , t , , 555--::.s ,.kk, .ull-1:51 ,... - I T X mimi' my V V 2- ul '.-...L 1, esve .,... ,. ff H if'21ws?1,f-'e-Wii'-"Hi-psi.tiffiifffigil. ....i .i.i . . 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" 2' 1 ' Q., 'E 52.4 1 5 V' V V 'V 'if g,:,z.y ' si g-5735 VT- .V ', ggwh ,.i,V,w4iE?g,. ,M -12"ff7AZf'7f'.,. :W ' ' ,V U V- ,ESE A 21 'Vail A ' Top Row--SEARLES, INIATHENY, STEVENS, BRIGGS, JOHNSON, NORDQUIST, Sci-ruLzE, OLSON, HENDRICKSON, SMITH Middle R01U7HAXX'R1'LI!V, TNVEDT, ROE, GOLRNER, LLOYD, Flrzvnnxcx, Moorz, HAMMOND, INORDHDLSI Front Row-ZIERMAN, .ANDIiRSUN, SCHWERDFEOER, Fkirzusnc, SANOOREN, MURRELL, GULLI-:'r1'E, CARLSON, Wuzss, BRAINERD NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FALL TERM SPRING TERM GEORGE GULLETTE - - President - - - BEN BRAINERD DOROTHY SANDGREN - - Vice-President - - FLORENCE MURRELL FLORENCE NIURRELL - - Secretary - - LAVERNA ANDERSON LORENZO FRITZBERG - Treasurer - - - EARL NORDQUIST Miss VESTA SEAMAN ------ Adviser ------ Miss VESTA SEAMAN O promote character, service, leadership, and scholarship is the purpose of the National Honor Society. The Epsilon Chapter of Edison High School was organized in I925. New mem- bers are elected to the society each term. Of each of the three upper classes the twenty-five per cent ranking highest in scholarship is ascertained. Every student in this group is graded by his former teachers in leadership, character, and service. The upper five per cent of this group is' then initiated into the Honor Society. In this way five per cent of the IIA class, ten per cent of the I2B class, and fifteen per cent of the IZA class are active members in the organization. Before the National Honor Society was organized, recognition was given for scholarship and service in athletics, but none for leadership or character. Now to students who are well balanced in scholarship, leadership, character, and service, recognition is given by election to the National Honor Society. Fifty-Nine Top Rnw-SNYDER, RATI-IJEN, ZIEGLER Third R0W4DUBAY, BENJAMIN, JOHNSON, BERNARD, DOW'IDAT, CHAMPAGNE Second Row-JOHNSON, DELASKY, ASSAD, ALEREEHT, BERGIIIAN, PETERSON, SUTTON Franz Rauf-Conn, BATES, MISS PETERSON, MISS KOCKEN, MISS FLENIING, JOHNSON, BATES JUNIOR COUNCIL FALL TERM SPRING TERM HAROLD NIARTIN - - - - - President - - - - - HAROLD IVIARTIN FREDERICK RATHJEN - - Vice-President - - - GEORGE ASSAD BEULAI-I BATES - - - Secretary - - ADELLE KENNEDY ROY JOHNSON - - - - Treasurer - - - ROY JOHNSON MISS ABTA E. KOCKEN - Faculty Adviser - - MISS ARTA E. KOCKEN MISS PETERSON F Z M b MISS PETERSON MISS FLEMING "" ' ' aw ty em ers """ MISS FLEMING 0 bring about the best possible cooperation between students and faculty, and to establish high standards of Scholarship, leadership, and character, are the pur- poses Of the Junior Student Council When Edison first opened, there was only one council for both the Junior and Senior High, but because it was found that the Same rules would not apply to both schools, a separate council was organized for the three lower grades, and Miss Kocken was appointed adviser by Mr. Cook. Under the new constitution two other faculty members are to be elected by the student members Of the council. Meetings are held every Wednesday afternoon in room 229. The council has one representa- tive for each fifty students of the Seventh, eighth, and ninth grades, and their elec- tions are usually held at the beginning of each semester. Each Junior High organiza- tion is represented by One of its members. The Junior Student Council also has charge of the Lost and Found Department, of which Donald Bates is manager. - Sixty Tap RowfSMx'rn, DUNN, GOLDNER, PINCUE, FRI1-ZBERG, ZIERMAN, BRAINERD, HILLWAY Middle R010--GRANQUIST, ADAMS, ROE, BER, BRADEN, Rniswlcx, Ltoyn, FITZPATRICK, HENnRicKsoN Front RowfJANEs, KnssAR1', MATIIENY, LA1Nc, GULLETTE, NURDQUIST, SAYYYER, SAMUELSON, NuRnHoLM, GRAFFENSTADT SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL FALL TERM SPRING TERM GEORGE GULLETTE - - President - - - EARL NoRuQU1si' EARL NORDQUIST - - Vice-President - - SYLVESTER FITZPATRICK BETTY ROE - - - - Secretary - - - ROSAMOND KOSSART LORENZO FRITZBERG - - Treasurer - - RUSSELL NEWMAN Miss BER l I Miss BER Miss BRADEN - - Faculty Advisers V - Miss BRADEN Miss RAMSWICK T i Miss RAMSWICK HE Senior Student Council endeavors to study and improve conditions around school and also to cooperate with the principal and faculty. Edison has been greatly improved during the past year, due to the efforts of the council. Shrubbery, which the council paid for, was planted around the school. '4The Pilot" was published last fall to help the incoming freshmen. This hand- book proved useful not only to the freshmen, but also to many of the upper classmenf "Better Edison Week" was held during the last week of the football season. There was an auditorium every day of that week. The council plans to hold a "Better Edison Weeks' every year and make it a tradition of the school. Several successful sunlights were held during the year. These are always popular with the students. Everyone looks forward with great pleasure to the Student Council Vaudeville that is held annually. This is always a success, and its proceeds furnish most of the council's funds. Simfy-One Tap ROW-MCLAUGHLIN, ANDERSON, JULKOWSKI, FERNELIUS, FITZPATRICK, MANKOWVSKI, SPANU, KEENE, SMITH, BICKELHDFF Fourth ROW-KIRSCHENER, ARHUE, MARKELY, KOPITKE, PLACK, JACOBS, DYE, PENCE, NICGAFFREY, STANLEY, CHAMPAXC-NE' Third Row-GuAi'rENs1'Au'r, GIGUEIKE, JADER, OLsuN, RQUNEY, 0LsoN, TIGUE, BATES, Wnrsoiv, Dowmn, Bnmnrx, PErs1:soN Second Row-Assim, STENACH, ST, HILAIRE, STEWART, Dwysn, SCHALBERG, PE'rEusnN, STOKES, Cnxrmcx, KENNEDY, VANuERsLuls, BURKE Front Row- P1-:'rEnsnN,. Nnnnm, SEARLES, ,l0IlNSON, Fox, I.AlNc, NORDQUIST, PETERSON, SMITH, C1.,n'soN, GLANDER T GROUP CAPTAINS HE students of Edison High School are slowly realizing the efforts of their sixty-four group captains. Each group in school is represented by' a group cap- tain. The numerous subscription campaigns that are held throughout the school year would be utter failures but for the group captains. The candidates for cap- taincy are carefully selected by the group. Finally a Worthy student is elected to carry on the business affairs for one term. The student who is chosen to serve in this capacity performs many duties and brings many benehts to others, but receives little credit. The students themselves would be handicapped Without an efficient group captain, and only the persons connected with the Wizard, Gleam, and Record, really know the full significance of a reliable group captain. At the beginning of a subscription campaign the captain announces it in his group, gives reasons why the students should subscribe, tells the cost of the publica- tion, and the time when the payments are due. He distributes subscription blanks, and then they are returned to him until the payments are made. When he collects the money, he turns it over to the business manager. The group captains who get everyone in their group to subscribe receive free Wizards, Gleams, or Records. The responsibility of distributing papers, magazines, and annuals, falls on the shoulders of the captain. He passes out student council ballots, collects and turns them over to the council secretary. Sixty-Two Top RUW-HAIDER, Monrz, Smus, DAHL, LLOYD, HAWRYLIW, Koi.-nrcx, CAMPBELL, REISEEEG, DAwsuN, NIAGNUSIJN, ANDERSON DYE, PEEnLEs, PETERSON Fifth R010-SAMUELSON, McINEnNEY, HANSTAD, RUMAN, CAnLSoN, DOHEHTY, OWEN, RoE, KREIDLER, OLSON, RATHJEN WALLACE, ScIsLow, HOLBERG, LAGOWSKI, LARSDN Fourth ROW'-JADER, ODECAAYLD, GARLICK, IHENGELKOCH, OIBRIEN, HASTEHT, PLACK, SATIIER, SMITH, GOETZ, COULET, RUPRECHT, KENT, SCHULEERG, TAEAIKA, MCGAUGHEY, HEEN, Knox, GEASSBERG Third Ruw+BEncs'ruom, SrENcE, EmE:w, SCHUTENBERG, Wlwclc, PE'rEESoN, MURPHY, Sr. HILAIRE, KAsx.ow NELSON, HULAIES, RocEns, NIOERLS, OVEEACXER, BEISXVINGER, Guzy, BRADLEY, CARLSON Second ROW'-ERICKSON, HOLEERG, JosErHsoN, NELSON, VARNUM, Ku!-IARSKI, BRUNSVVICIS, MUERELL, INGEEEETSUN LIERRILL NORDIIOLIVI, CASEY, FOSTER, CADUD, TAENSTEUM, SJoBEnG, Su1.LrvAN, TILSETH, GORMLEY Front Raw-HoEEw1cc1N, SWANSDN, GHEENAN, BERGMAN, FRAZIEH, LARSON, MANS, DAHLIN, MCC-RAW, BESEMAN BERNIER GRANQUIST, JEVNE, SHUBERT, Gom:zIcA, JACKSON, TKACH, Bmccs, BAVDLAK, FERGUSON SENIOR GIRLS' CLUB MARGARET NoRDHoL.M - - President EVELYN CASEY - - - Vice-President SARAH FOSTER - - Secretary BERTHA MERRILL - Treasurer Miss Toon - - - Adviser HE Senior Girls' Club was organized in January, 1926, for the purpose of doing Big Sister work. It assists in social service Work, and in any other way as the need may arise. In order to do this work satisfactorily the club is divided into four departments which are the Big Sister, Social Service, Memory Committee, and School Service. The Big Sister department attempts more pleasant for the freshmen. Each incoming freshman group. The senior and in any other Way she can. The club gave a party for the new freshmen and their big sisters so that they might become better acquainted with each other. I to make school life more interesting and girl is assigned a alittle sister" from the girl helps the little sister in school work Sisvty-Three Top Row--SAUER, NELSON, RDF!-'15, FERGUSON, ZlERMAN, POLACZYK, JOHNSTON, JOHNSON, SAwYEn Front RnwfP1NcOE, Nunmzv, JOHNSON, KEHUE, Miss BER, BOWEN, GULLEHE, DAHLIN, WESTINBERG SCINTILLATORS TWILTON ZIERMAN -------- President HAROLD KEHOE - - Vice-President GORDON REED - - - Secretary GEORGE JOHNSON - - - - - Treasurer Miss BER ---------- Adviser HE Scintillators was a IZA boys, club,- organized to promote school spirit and to give aid to any enterprise which would be of benefit to the student body. The Scintillators' Club was organized-by the boys of the January '26 class upon enter- ing the A senior advisory group. Their duties might be considered those of a gen- eral handy man around schoolg they acted as guides and guards in the halls, moni- tors in the library, attended all athletic games as a unit, and assisted Mr. Cook and the Student Council Whenever it was necessary. Each member promised to do his best in carrying out the duties of the clubg and although the club may have been large, they can honestly say that no club, Whatever size it may be, could get the individual support of all its members any better than they have. The name Scintillators means to glitter and sparkle and is supposed to signify the character of the members who compose the club. Their emblem of member- ship was a cane. ' The spirit of cooperation and good fellowship which existed among the members not only made the club the most powerful service Organization that ever existed in Edison High, but also serves as a iitting memory of one of Edison High Schoolis finest classes. D S ixty-Fo ur s.,,W.,,,.,-..-,,,,,.., Y. ,,,.,.,,.,. , , Y..v .M ,., .v.a..1- N ,. fs-4-1-,www 5 6 . Tap RuwfMcLAucuuN, DENNIS, NEWMAN, Nvcmm, KRZESZOVVSKI, HANSEN, NELSON, RHEAUMS Third Row-KOPITKE, ZAWADSKI, Holm, Pir-r1.EKow. Mfmxowski, FEITNELIUS, ANDERSON, KRAWCZYK, M. MIKELAK .Second Row-J. NIIKULAK, WH-u.1.1N, Flrzmruick. Nonmiv, SCHULTZ, HENNE, HEIJGEII, FRANSEN, BEECSTEDM Front Row-SwANsoN, MALQY, Sw.xu.ENu.xE, Fox, Miss BER, Lame, OLSEN, BuAiNi-zmx, JULKowsKx RADIATORS VERNON Fox - - - President PETER MANKOWSKI - Vice-President JOHN LAING - - - Secretary-Treasurer Miss BEE ---------- Adviser HE boys of the June ,26 Class organized a Senior Boys, Club soon after entering the A Senior advisory group. The name Radiators was chosen as a suitable successor to its forerunner, Sein- tillators. It signifies the influence they wish to have in promoting school spirit and good fellowship. The costume they chose was a white sailor hat and a black silk lie to be worn with a white shirt. -' During the term the boys made themselves useful in many ways. They guarded the stairs and acted as guides whenever needed. They assisted Mr. Cook and the student council whenever called upon to do so, and attended athletic events together. They did a great deal toward cementing the class in a true bond of good fellowship. Whenever a special errand was to be run or a service was to be rendered, Mr. Cook would depend on one of the Radiators. ' The boys found the work a pleasure and while doing a real service to the school, found plenty of time to enjoy themselves. The first Senior Club was organized early in 1925, and each succeeding class has organized one similar to itg each term it has met with still greater success, until now it can honestly be said that one of Edison High School's established traditions is that the A Senior class has an organized boys' service club. ' Sixty-Five Top R0w10NVEN, Ros, NORDIIDLRI Front RowgGmzENAN, Bmccs, 0LsoN, PEERLES, LLOYD, MURRELL, O'BRlEN W. H. B. FALL TERM SPRING TERM MARGARET NORDHOLM - - President - - - EDITH PEEBLES DOROTHY SANDGREN - - Vice-President - - - DOROTHY OLSON BERNICE SCHWERDFECER - - Secretary - - - MARY BRIGGS FLORENCE MURRELL - - Treasurer - - Lois LLOYD Miss BRADEN ------ '- Adviser - - ---- Miss BRADEN. ISSEN, Helfen, Builden, taken from the German, meaning to know, to help, and to build, expresses the purpose of the W. H. B. To know for oneself and to help others to construct is theqjqob of a good citizen. These are the beliefs upon which the girls' debating club was founded. It was organized in October, 1925, by a group of seven girls under Miss Braden as faculty adviser. The club has entered into many interesting debates. The most important of these was a debate held with the E. D. in the school auditorium. Upon request of the Forum the club gave a model debate on the question, resolved: Heredity is a greater determining factor in the life of an individual than environment. Alice Shepard, Florence Murrell, and Edith Peebles argued the allirmative against Margaret Nord- holm, Dorothy Olson, and Betty Roe, negative. At each meeting the club holds an extemporaneous debate on some trivial or weighty subject, or a general discussion on some 'current question. The club sponsored classes in parliamentary law, which lVlrs. Buckle taught after school. Six ty-Six ' ' Tap Row-MICULACK, GULDNE11, FELLOWS, Pi:'r'ru-:xow, Glznuz-rr!-2, KOHEN, SMITH Front RuwYZr:u:NmK, Blmxmzun, Mn. Hsmmmcxs, FITZPATIIICK, Lum: Q. E. D. Sxmvssrrn FITZPATRICK ----- - President BEN BRAINERD - - - - Vice-President - JOHN ZELENIAK - - - Secretary-Treasurer Mn. HI-INDRICKS - - - Adviser HE E. D. is an organization the purpose of which is to train its members in public speaking, debate, and parliamentary law. The membership is made up largely of school officers and student council representatives, although the mem- bership is not limited in any manner. Meetings are held once a week and a short program is put on. The program is preceded by a business session which moves with machine-like preciseness made possible by strict attention to Parliamentary law. The club also holds group discussions on subjects of many different sortsg these give each member a greater knowledge of many subjects than he would have otherwise. The members are always willing to make announcements and give talks in the ad- visory groups and in the auditorium. In this way they not only serve the school but also gain experience in public speaking. Last year the E. D. chose two teams to debate Roosevelt High School on the proposed Child Labor Amendment. The debates were held in the auditoriums of the two schools and were such a success that the E. D. decidedy to make these Roosevelt Debates an annual affair, if possible. This year difliculty was experienced in arranging the date for such a debate. The E. D. had a few debates with the W. H. B. Sixty-Seven Top Rmu---RUBERTS, Os'n:ANm:x:, LlNnnEnc, Sromx Middle RUIU'-IQOSSAIIT, WDLFE, KEENE, Wmcms, ANDERSON, llx-zncxuzi Front Row-Ivlulucrs, Hr:LANumx, Twemg Mu. BENNER, SAMUELSON, ltotz, Ax:'rm:N CARL LINNAEUS SOCIETY H FALL AND SPRING TERMS ELSIIQ SAMU1c1.soN -------- President GERTRUDE AUTHEN - - - ' - Vice-Presidnet D VERA TWEDT - - - - Secretary-Treasurer Mn. BENNER - - - Adviser 56 O create and encourage an interest in nature and to assist in the preservation . , . . . of lt, ' 15 the purpose of the Carl Linnaeus Society. This club was organized in the fall of 1925 by Mr. J. S. Benner and six former botany students. Biology and botany students who receive good grades in their work and who take an active interest in nature are eligible for membership. Elections are held at the first meeting of the new term. At the second meeting the new members are initiated into the club. With the exception of a few necessary business meetings the members endeavor to take as many Field trips as possible so that they may get the full benefit of nature. This club was organized in the fall of 1925 by lVlr. J. S. Benner and six former Department and were shown in the auditorium after school. Siatty-Eight Top Row-SCANNIJL, NOROIN, RATIIJI-TN. SXVALLENDER, MIKIILAK .llizlrllu Run-fBRINnA, Sun-:R, KONIAR, Ovsnnx. NIIKLILAK, JASINSKI, KNm'snN, Pmtsxtx Fmnt Iifzzrflltxnvsv, BERNARD, j.un:R, MR. CAlzLsuN, Rum, Luwnsmic, FRANSON ENGINEERS' CLUB FALL TERM SPRING TERM STANLEY .IASINSKI - - - President - - - MARVIN PRESKA ARNOLD JADRR ' - Vice-President - - - - - JOE DENNIS JOHN OVSHAK - - Secretary - - GEORGE LINDBERC DELBUR NORUIN - - Treasurer - - MILTON FRANSON MR. CARLSON V Adviser - - MR. CARLSON HE Engineers' Club consists of Sophomore, Junior, and Senior boys, who give their services to furnish the school with small details that are constantly arising, sueh as a score hoard for the major athletic games, a newspaper rack for the news class, and other things. It is the purpose of the club to design and make various things that are needed to improve the school. Because the club is newly organized, it has not as yet placed many things around the school to mark its age, but if the proper interest is shown, the entire school will profitxloy the club. Each member has the chance to develop his ideas and place them before the club for criticismg this opportunity is given to cultivate the mind and to think for oneself. The club holds its meetings every Thursday evening in room 123 at 7:30 P. M. Sixty-Nine Top ROW-GDTTLIEB, BAYARD, MITCHELL, FROGNER, URISTA, KERSUELL, SEASTRAND Third ROW-IJAVY, LU-IBIC, BAKKE, NELSON, MARTINSON, NICANDREWS, ANNIS, RETTER Second Row-HUMRICK 0u:NsKv Do V N H M B ' D , . , HERTY, OLKER, oRTHrn:Ln, mu-:R, URPHY, Mm, Yrwrcx Franc Row-EKLUND, Drsrm-:RT, JONES, J0uNsoN, JACOHSON, KIMRTERLE, RAUSH, SADLER, Busrnnx, Ll-:uNARn FALL TERM SPRING TERM MARGARET KIMMERLE - - - - President - - - - - ESTELLE NELSON MARION RAUSH - - - Vice-President - - EVELYN BAKKE EVELYN JACOBSON - - Secretary - - MARIE JONES VETLA JOHNSON - - - Treasurer - - - RUTH DYPWICK Miss MARY SCHULTZ - - - Adviser - Miss lVlARY SCHULTZ HE Silver Triangle was organized to promote the physical, mental, spiritual, and social welfare of its members. During the year programs that stress these four factors are given. Every Friday night the girls go to the Y. W. C. A. club room to do the immediate business of their organization. At Thanksgiving time, the club presented a play called Naomi and Ruth.. Baskets filled with food, in- cluding candy and fruits, were distributed among the various needy families of our community. The girls, besides spreading the Christmas cheer, gave a pageant, The Star F ollowers, in which they portrayed the true Girl Reserve Spirit, that is, just as the wise men of old sought the Christ Child by following the star, so do the Girl Reserves seek to be ideal girls by following the star of good fellowship. This ideal is also stated in the code which is given in unison by the girls at every meeting. Valentines were taken to the Scandinavian Relief Home for the aged one after- noon in February. While there, the girls gave an entertainment for the old folks. This club, a branch of the Young WOmen's Christian Association, is Open to girls of the eighth and ninth grades, and stands as one of the permanent organiza- tions of the school. Seventy Tap R010-SCHUTENBERC, MCINERNEY, HOLBERG, SATHER, PAULU5, PLACK, CASEY, DEGRAY, ROBERTS, MILLAM, LEAVITT, GALLAGHER, OSTRANITER, DUELE, KEENE Sixth Row-HI-IDLUNIJ, OLSEN, ERICKSON, ELIRE, SPENSE, SPRINGER, SHURERT, lVlURRELL, KENT, GOETz, GOULET, RUPRECIIT, SWART, BIXLER, SERY, MCGUFFEY, INGBBRITSFJV Fifth R01U1ST0RRI, JoSEI'I-ISON, STEWART, BENSCII, PEI-LBLES, TARNSTROM, DYE, JEVNE, HUGHES, KOSSART, IIUTCIIINSON, SMITH, SUPER, SHEPARD, MIKULAK, WINES, BAVOLAK, MITCHELL, HOI.BERC, HEDLUND, PASHES - Fourth Raw-GAUDETTE, ANNIS, OUIMETTE, SOBRASKE, JOHNSON, GODEII, JACKSON, SPURRE, PALKGWSKI, RASMUSSEN, BRADLEY, HASTERT, MENCELKOCI-I, IWANS, SCIIULIIERC, DA1-ILIN, PETERSON, PARUSCH, PAULUS Third RDW-REISEERG, MATHENY, LUCAS, SOIQOLOWSKI, RUSSELL, OVERACKER, FRAZIER, INGEIJRZTSEN, LARSON, GREENAN, BERGMAN, NIILLINGTON, ZIEMBA, HANSON, GIIAEENSTADT, NELSON, ST. HILAIIIE, MURPHY, HACLUND, DUNKELRECK, GRAY Second R010-HOLBERC, REYNOLDS, CARLSON, CASEY, BRIINSHVICK, SWENSON, NELSON, MISS PETERSON, LLOYD, MRS. NEUFORT, ROE, MISS BALLOU, GOETZMAN, WIGGINS, WATTS, M00Tz, PORTER, HULWIES, WINES, HUSACK, JOHNSON, FAGEROS Front ROW'-'SMlTH, SAMUELSON, AMIIURCEY, KIIHARSKI, ANNIS, BERNIER, VARNIII1, SJORERC, TILSETI-I, Bxuccs, VERLU, NELSON, MONSON, ANIIERSON, Knox, OWEN, ROGERS, KlIlIlDI.ER, YATTOW, HAMILTON BLUE TRIANGLE FALL TERM SPRING TERM LOIS LLOYD - - - President - - - LOIS LLOYD BETTY ROE - - - - Vice-President - - - BETTY ROE HAZEL HENDRICKSON - - Secretary - - MARION WIGGINS WANDA NELSON - - Treasurer - - WANDA NELSON MISS PETERSON1 MISS PETERSON MISS BALLOU -- Advisers MISS BALLOU MRS. NEWFERT l MRS. NEWFERT HE purpose of the club is to further the girls, fourfold development: health, knowledge, service, and Spirit. This shall be done through the effort to' Set and live up to Such Standards of democracy, Service, honor, Scholarship, and Christian living. The activities of the club have kept every member interested and therefore active. The meetings, held twice each month, are planned to develop charm. Each member of the club has a very attractive copy' of the year,S program, which gives dates and Subjects of meetings and special activities. Se1:enty'0o1e Tap R010-'TUTHILIQ BERNARD, CHAMPAGNE, I.oNnrroc1-nt, Bnows, REYNIJLDS, Pun-:AE Tl1inlRuuf-GnA'rmcK, WILSON, Ihiimv, BAvoL1uc, Tuurrsmu., BA1-Es, Wssrrzmmur., l'm:sxA Second RowA4ANeuzssy, SLuAx, BERGLUND, LAvEsKs, Dzumuc, JANES, KAY Front IQUWYSWANSON, JuuNsoN, Sunmfx, CUAMI-1ucNE, SNYMIR, HILLWAY, BENJAMLN, ANumisoN THE JUNIOR HI-Y CLARK SNYDER - - - - - - President MAURICE CHAMPAYN141 - - Vice-President 'IJYRUS HILLWAY - - - Secretary HAROLD BENJAMIN - - Trmszuer HE Edison Junior Hi-Y Club is composed of members of the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. The members of this organization are apprentices in preparation for active service as they grow into the membership of the Senior Hi-Y Club. Their purpose is identical to that of the Senior Club, which is 'gto create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout Edison High School and communityfi The great objective of the club is to fulfill and put in actual practice their slogan, which is, '6Clean Speech, Clean Sport, and Clean Scholarship." The mission of the club is to develop each of its members into strong and worth- while citizens. The club is in its third ycar of organization -ind has lift -eight initiated members. ' ot K yo The club is being assisted in its regular program Work by Senior members, who devote two hours each week with the club in promoting the activities of the club and building the membership into loyal students of Edison High School. The Senior Hi-Y members, who have been of real service to this club during the year are Chesley Reynolds, Vincent Enrooth, Donald Tuthill, Claude Anderson, Melvin Swahson, Wallace Peterson, Tyrus Hillway, and Gustave Brown. Seventy-Two Top Ru1vgZlEnmAN, REvNm.ns, IInmvN, ZELEINAK. DAHLIN, Woonnurr, Hiznrzmc, JOIINSTUN, SWVANSDN, O. JorxNsnN Thin! Rmv-Ronmsow, Boom, G. Joimsox, S1'oc.Knol,sE, Ki:uoE, Smcoux, SnAl.l.ENuER, UARDEE, PETERSON, WALLIN, ' I-'. Nason Sccuml Raw-Hn1.Ew,x, Li:Nm:nEN, .ImlNsoN, Suzois, Komru, Ovsniuc, Ewnoorn, P1-.'rEx:soN. lfmxx, Mocmz, 'l'u'rmLL, NELsoN Front Row-fl'Al..xnzx'K, Ni'f:Alur, .-Xrvnlalcsox, ADAMS, Ml:H.Ll-Zn. NomrQEIs'r, Mn. Mll.I.1-'11, Mn, DAHLE, SAWYER, CRAY, R, NEl,soN, GrtLLE'r'rE SENIOR HI-Y CLUB FALL TERM AND SPRING TERM EARL Nonnolflsr -------- President RUSSELL SAWYEK - Vice-President KENNETH GRAY - Secretary LEONARD MUELLI-in - Treasurer MR. DAWLEY --------- Adviser CC O create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." An earnest endeavor on the part of its sixty members to live up to this motto has made the Edison Hi-Y Club one of the finest organizations in the school. The club meets once a week in the school for religious discussions and for the promotion of good fellowship. The service rendered by the boys to the school is great. The second-hand book room is managed by the club members. The club members have taken high honors in city and state affairs. ' The boys of the club are conscious of the fact that they have four years to live in high school, and they are intelligently accepting the opportunities for personal, mental, moral, and physical development and are attempting to lead their school- mates into similar efforts. The servcie of these boys constitutes a real challenge, not only because of what they are to be, but also because of their contribution to the solutions of the problems of life. Seventy-Tlzree Top ROW-'ANTONSON, Wxnnnms, Smrrxx, KUSZLER, OLSON, C1uiMPAcNE, IvEnsoN Third Raw-SwANsoN, REISDERG, Wou-'E, ANnEnsoN, Ronmxrs, NELsoN, MuNsoN, NELSON, Kusz Second R0w1MILNAR, PETERSON, ANDERSON, Gmnon, CHRISTKANSON, Kosszmr, DANFon'm, BouwELL, HANsoN, LuNnQuxs'r Fronl: Raw-FISHER, MEALEY, GERSON, Jour-:s, Miss Houcssvrs, HEDIN, SAWICKA, PETERSON, Gronvxclc FORUM FALL TERM SPRING TERM MAY ANDERSON - - President - - ADELAIDE JONES EILEEN GIBBONS - - Vice-President - - ELEANOR HEDIN LUCILLE GERSON - - - Secretary - - CAROL KUSLER STEPHANIA SAWICKA - - Treasurer - KATHERINE SMITH Miss HOLKESWG Ad . Miss HoLKEsv1c Miss 07BRIEN ' ' ' users ' ""' Miss O,BRIEN HE Forum, a literary and dramatic club, was organized for the purpose of pro- moting better oral speaking. The club this year consists of thirty-five active members interested in literature and dramatics. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month. Debates, music, oral speeches, and plays make up the programs, and each girl endeavors to participate in some part of the meeting. Every girl is given a chance to find her talent and to use it. Interesting features of the fall programs were-a play, "Neighbors," a scene from the "E-irdis Christmas Carolf' a debate, and a discussion that the birthdays of our greatest men are Very fittingly observed by school holidays. The club also put on a Lincoln and a Burns program. An extemporaneous speech contest, a picnic, and a party given by the Forum and G. A. A. for the freshman girls, were the outstanding spring activities. During the past year the club has chosen its pin, a broken Roman column sym- bolizing the high ideal of public speaking in ancient Rome with the name Forum written on it. Se ver: ty-Four I it Top Row-ANnEIIsoN, MACKINNIJN, WHITE Jfirlrlle R0lUfW1LLIAh1S, DoIIcI,As, GOTTLII-zu, MILLER, NoIzI:N, GAIIIIETTE Front Row-HAMII.ToN, Coax, BENNEIK, TUTIIILI., NIJIIEN CAMP FIRE GIRLS FALL TERM SPRING TERM HELEN COOK ----- President DOROTHY TUTI-IILL ---- President ELIZABETH HAMILTON - - Secretary-Treasurer DELORES NOREN ---- Secretary KATHLEEN ANDERSON ---- Scribe ROSE MILLER - - - Treasurer MISS ZERMAS - - - - Guardian HELEN COOK - - - Scribe ' ELIZABETH HAMILTON - - Librarian MRS. BENNER ----- Guardian HE Camp Fire program includes practically every Wholesome activity which would naturally engage the interest of a live girl. . These activities are classified under the seven crafts which form the basis for the system of Honors and Awards. Home Craft includes everything a girl might accomplish in connection with her home. Health craft includes sports, first aid, and the forming of health habits. By emphasizing Hand Craft an attempt is being made to revive an interest in handwork. Nature lore gives expression to the desire of the Camp Fire Girl to be at home in the out-of-doors. Business Craft includes punctuality and thrift. Patriotism and Citizenship include community service and education. The Camp Fire ideals are real ideals, true and simple ones, but they are as high as high and as deep as deep. The desires of the three ranks, Woodgatherer, Firemaker, and Torchbearer, ex- press a real philosophyg the comradeship of friends and the desire to understand the good and beautiful. The Camp Fire aim is toward a new womanhood which combines the beauty of the old womanhood with citizenship and social conscious- ness. Seven ty4FiI:e Top ROWYHEG, SANDFUR, PAGE, THIELER, DEUTSCHER, CLUUTIER, NIENGELKOCH, DAVVSON, Smus, Moorz, HANSTAD Fifth RowfC. PAULUS, SMITH, MQINERNFY, DAHL, LARSUN, Kuscn, LAEonz, Srvtsxl, GJoRv.w, FlscixER, L. ANDERSON, MALLNUSUN Fnurzh Rowe-S.n'Ei.Ror1., TIIUKSUN, McGAuuuEx', Lzicowsm, M. P.xuLUs, Bmsxv, KESSLER, B.xL1.i-:N1-INE, LARsoN, Drrriss, XI. CAx1l'nE1.L, UURMLEY, LEE l'lrinl Ruwfli. C,uu.suN, Kulxrrx, Ki-::vr, ll!iEN, RUvREr1n1', K. Nl-:LsnN, I". C.mi-UELL, GoE'rz, Ii. JUIINSDN, FIELU, SANUHQFF, ASKERUAN, Kmsnsltu. Ll!-IDIN Seroml Row-BltAnu:v, SEJHJTENRERG, WRUCK, M. ANUERSUN, Iii-ZSEMAN, HAIDER, B. CAIILSUN, li. NELSON, BERGSTRDM, JACKSUN, IE. NEISUN, Aramis, liuuzcs, '1'AnAiKA, Sctstow Fran: Ihzw-GA1.L.u:11ER, CASEY, SULUVAN, HASTERT, SA1ntR, Sr. H1LAtRE, Miss '1'URm:n, Guutirr, PLACK, Mtmscm, l'IR1r1xs0N, PARl1sr:n, 'l'ARNs'rRoM, Sumxl-:R'r, KlilE1lll.LIlI, .lost-:l'nsuN, KUUAUSKI COMMERCIAL CLUB FALL TERM ' SPRING TERM HAZEL HENDRICKSKJN - - 1'resi1lent - - - VERA GoULE'r ALICE WALSTONIC - - Vice-President - - CoR1NNE ST. HILAIRI-I CAROL NELSON - - Secretary - - BTARY MUNsoN PEARL BEGIN - Treasurer - - RUTH SATHEIK Miss TURNER A - - Adviser ------- Nhss TURNER 0 promote an interest in and a knowledge of the business world, to conduct discussions of commercial subjects, and to provide a means of cooperation among commercial students is the purpose of this club. As the need of a club for the promotion of cooperation and progress between the commercial students became more evident, the Commercial Club was organized last spring. ' The outstanding events of the year were: A demonstration by the world's cham- pion woman shorthand writer, and a demonstration by a former Edison pupil. Ad- dresses were given by a representative of the Placement Bureau of the Board of Education, and by a representative of the Educational Department of the Y. M. C. A. The club has had many parties at which illustrative plays were given. 1 Seventy-Six v 1 Top Row--Sr-ANo, INmcnsoN, Mucvms, KENNEDY, Gxcumrs, Ol.soN, ZIERMAN, AN1-oNsuN, Br:Nr:sn, Murmr,LL, Folcsrrlm, SCIIIINERT Fourth Rmc-Ksonm-nn, SANnmfun, SNr:Li.mAN, ZANDEIK, WVICK, Rlzism-inc, Hx-:mN, LAnooz, BENFISII, ASK!-IRMAN, Cores Thinl R0wsl'uu.BnouK, Lusuo, WATTS, McINrsl:Nr:Y, Tu.s1-:T1I, Guzr, SADLEII, FOLEY, BIEAGEII, GUSTAI-'soN, Km-:uct-:n, LA SATA, Gi-:noNsKY Sei-mul Row--Wssr, Gnnmcx, Srnoxmsuc, Foas1..x1-zu, WlllITNEY, THlEs,' ZANAKSKI, ANuERsoN, VANDI-zusnuls, WILKE. BAILEY Fmnl R010-I'IAh1ll.TON, Kuszuan, ELMs'r1:oM, JUN:-zs, Miss EL,wm.L, PLAGK, Mrrnce, 5Aw1cKA, Miss DHNN, SPURNE, liorrwimoim, URISTA SAVINGS COUNCIL ASSOCIATION FALL TERM SPRING TERM GEORGE SPANO - - President - - EVELYN PLACK DONALD INGERSON - Vice-President i - - GERALD MATTICE ALBIN Kazsszowslci - Cashier - - SWPHANIA SAWICKA Miss ELWELL Q - Advisers Miss ELWELL Miss DUNN S ' ' Miss DUNN HE Savings Council Association was organized in November, I925, for the pur- pose of stimulating an interest in thrift. This group was organized not to strive for one hundred per cent records in banking in each room and in the entire school, but rather to establish the habit of thrift in the 'individuals of the student body. The aim of the organization is not to save money until we become millionaires or misers, but to save money that we may be independent Hnancially and not be forced to thrust ourselves upon our community for support. The bank cashiers are not given their positions through election, but through careful selection by the adviser in each group. The cashiers hold a meeting every Thursday at 8:10 A. lVl. in the rear of the auditorium. At this time they discuss what has been accomplished in each group. Seventy-Seven HOMECOMING I-IOMECOMING is a day when all the alumni come back to school for a program and party. The first' Edison Homecoming was held in November, 1924-, on the day of the last football game. No definite day is set, but the date is decided upon by a committee of Alumni and Senior students. Many so- cial events are arranged on this day to make it one of the biggest events on the school's yearly calendar. After the game the athletes, faculty, and alumni return to school for a banquetg all the Juniors and Seniors are invited to come to meet their old friends. lt is usually their only opportunity for seeing them. The football team is always entertained as the guests of honor. THE SENIOR BANQUET THE senior banquet is given on Tues- day of commencement week at the end of each term. The president of the class, as toastmaster, presides at the Banquet, various members of the class give short speeches. According to cus-- tom, committees are appointed by the vice-president, and they are usually the Decoration, Menu, Program and Dance and Music committees. The members of the 12B class serve at the banquet. After the banquet the rest of the eve- ning is devoted to dancing and other entertainment. The 12B class is asked to participate in the dancing. TAG DAY EVERY spring on the opening day of the baseball season. Tag Day is held. If enough tags are sold on this day, the admission to all the games of the season, for those who buy tags, is free, otherwise twenty-tive cents is charged for each game. The money that is received from the tags is used to buy equipment for all spring athletics. Usually opposing teams, the Blue and the Gold, sell the two colored tags. A prize is offered to the winning side and also to the individual student who sells the most tags. If the game is played in an enclosed field, the stu- dent may present his tag at the ticket booth and is given a ticket for admis- sion to the game. KID DAY KID Day is an annual festivity put on by the A Seniors during their last term at school. On the day that is se- lected for the event the A Seniors come dressed in short dresses, half socks, and large hair ribbons. Others wear romp- ers patterned after those of their child- hood, while the boys wear trousers that they have outgrown many years ago. Teddy bears, dolls, suckers, large ties, scooters, and wagons, decorate the Senior corridor and class rooms on that day. Seventy-Eight SUNLIGI-ITS THE sunlights are dances given by the student council for all pupils of the school. They are held in either the boys' or the girls' gymnasium from 3:15 to 5:00 on Thursday afternoons. The Jazz orchestra of the school fur- nishes the music. Sometimes a prize fox trot is held, and a prize is given to the best dancers. The charges are fif- teen cents and the profit goes to the Student Council treasury. No one can be admitted to a sunlight who received a fail on his last report card. In order to go he must get an admit slip from his adviser saying that his credits are all right and present the slip at the door. The students always enjoy the sunlights, and the Student Council de- cided early this spring to have one sun- light a month on Thursday. TI-IE SENIOR PROM THE Senior Prom is a dance given by the I2A's on the Wednesday evening before graduation. The parents of members of both classes are invited to come. The dance opens with a grand march led by the I2B president and his partner, while the other officers follow in their order. The Prom is looked for- ward to by every member of the classes, and it is probably the biggest social event of the term. WIZARD DAY WIZARD Day is an annual eventg it usually occurs in the first Week of June. Classes are regular un- til the fourth period, after which the students go to the auditorium. There the editor-in-chief of the Wizard pre- sents a large pen- to the president of the class to edit the next Wizard. After assembly the students go to their ad- visory rooms and receive their Wizards. School is dismissed after the annuals are given outg a sunlight is held in the girls' gym from 3 to 5 p. m. on this day. Between the time of the dismissal of school and the sunlight, the students secure the autographs of their class mates and friends. THE MAY FROLIC THE May Frolic is an annual event given by the Juniors at a joint party. A May Queen is chosen to pre- side over the evening7s festivities. A play is usually given and the entertain- ment is completed by a Maypole dance. An effort is made to follow the old Eng- lish May Day custom in giving this party. Seventy-Nine Top RUWYOLSUN, KIMMIE, Rosmu-: Fourth Row-Siwnmn, I,uNmu,Au, 0LsnN, INI.u.MQcls1', Jonrvsow, Mn. Sunla1rcnsN, S'1'noxv1m111az:, Surxowsm, Hr1'cum.x. DANn:LsoN Third Row-LAVISKE, Kussn, CHENQWETH, THUFTEDAHL, Duimv, Mrxemm, ANnmxsoN, WALL, Boi-AN, N. JoHNsoN, ROLAND Second K01vfFlxAzxER, BEIIESNI, D. JOHNSON, H0nl.lT, Heltul-iv, Kralmuwsxl, CNIXNA, KAPUTA, Hunt-JR, HARVISII, DE Husl-2, Front Row-Nomwn-'n:1.n, Cxmr-il-AGNH, RUSENE, Os-ronrsuz, Hr:NmucKs, T1-nm, I.YNcn, Howfuw, Hmmsv, MAUREN VANARNAN, Rn, Hurrcnsw JUNIOR ORCHESTRA HE Junior Orchestra, which is under the direction of Mr. Sodergren, has a membership of forty-nine students. It started with a membership of thirty-one last September and should be complimented on its remarkable increase. Besides playing for every junior assembly the orchestra also played for several other occasions. Because of the fact that the orchestra always learns a piece well before appearing before an audience, their musical selections always command at- tentiveness. Rehearsals are held every day the second period in room 156. The members pride themselves on their ability to take care of themselves. At the beginning of each term a program committee is chosen. This committee selects the numbers to be learned during the term. The students are proud of the fact that from the time the tardy bell rings until the passing bell they are able to run their rehearsal alone, if necessary. During the spring months they played over the radio. Some of the difficult selections they play are Mosaic Overture, lVlendelssohn's Wedding March, and Melody in F, by Rubinstein. Besides deriving a great deal of musical appreciation and ability from being a member of this orchestra, the students are fitting themselves for the Senior Or- chestra. Eighty ...M-.-twfamsmmf,-W f-4, , "Lili jfili I' My 3 .gt X. 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Yi gg I lf Z QU? 3532.225 ,wa t 35"-Zi iliiillzii Top Row-ANnERsoN, BATES, HxLEwn, DECouRsEY, NoRmN, Hixwnyuw, CHMELEWSKI, PAVOLAK, JOHNSON Fourth RDWQLEGUS, P-mx, STANLEY, REIERSON, JOHNSON, STRAND, FRENCH, LrNuQurs'r, HAWRYLIWV ig gfif Third Rowe-JAcoBsoN, Moorz, DUNKELEECK, RIASTONIK, NORMAN, BoR1s, NURDIN, HAGGLUND, ANDERSUN, KEARNEY, ghd DE PEN 3 .g 5,251 Second Row-Gus'rAEsoN, CARTWVRICHT, SAWICKE, MANCI-mi, KAY, ERNEST, DUBAY, KRAWCZYK, CAR1'wR1c.u'r, STOKES, ES VARIAN, Currs " ,'-' 3 Front Row-BELs1Rcm, CLosE, GISSLEN, HULLRERG, Tun-:s, BATES, MR. TUTTLE, Moorz, ANDREXVS FRIEND, BERGLUND, Qlffjfg 51 IVERSON 2541 fi Q . if" ' i 3 SENIOR ORCHESTRA E , , Z if HE Edison Semor Orchestra, which during the last year won second place 1n g?f.yijfl, the Twin City Music Contest, has become a young symphony as to its size and number of musical instruments. Among the many diiiicult pieces it has played are ff - ?i'i:?' ' the Third Symphony Ballet from Faust, Regrets D'Amour, and overtures. The . . . Q - . f Q, , H orchestra willingly gave its SCFVICCS at the Minnesota State Teachers' Convention - - sc r 5 and assisted 1n the operas, the class plays, the faculty play, Come Out of the rg Kitchen," the Lyceum Programs, several school assemblies, and the Christmas play. It worked on a musical concert which was presented in the spring. The sixty-six pieces consist of: strings-harp, twelve iirst violins, ten second violins, eight violas, six cellos, and three bass violasg wind-one wood-wind, one flute, two oboes, four clarinets, and one bassoong brass-three cornets, four trom- bones, three French horns, and one tuba, percussion-one snare drum, one bass ie drum, one triangle, one tambourine, bells, and two tympanurns. The concert master is James French, the librarian, Alice Mootz, and the conductor, lVIr. Tuttle. 5: Some of the unusually enthusiastic members organized the string quartet, which Vi? won first honor in the Edison music contest. There are a number of outstanding . Q .tel 55 2 members who have shown their talent. 531553 4 i 4 if ...... -V.,-fm .- ,. -1-mass., , Qi - l' ., .- ' 1 Q 1'-itiifl 7 1 ' H A-Q.. ,e .. ...,, ,fali.Qfiyfi' 'X ,- ' , e-1 V1 N 'W V 4'fQ3Q1-'-"THQ ,' fig.. Lire-1. A . f , ., . , . ,..lQl.'M1. R ze Wilt 1- 'E il 1 'ii':5,li,f' -2 I . .. T '.,' Q -w-'ww-n-f:- 1-vv--rrrsumrf 'mem-nmmrmufvl mfffw rf.-w.-.revs:wwwanrfrrwnwsvninusuux-frxzlxrrfla-:muzr"c'r -. w:muv:'v:r:rv::::rzvxm:::mWcw'x'r"1v1rnmrx1v'wir'1rrw'r 14f:m:v:mvn14as'rvreSNi4mfnNMm'wIfJdYVm".Amfi'XSwS2.WDu'E '.Mfmw.1xfse'iw-f-f-.R,aw .W - www N.w.w-wwe Ei ghty-One Top R010-FRENCH, Bums, SWEDBACH Front Row--Srruzs, Dr:CounsEY, BATES, Mu, AIILSTROM, Lmnouisr, S1TiAND,'KAY JAZZ ORCHESTRA BECAUSE of the very urgent need for a good orchestra and good music at the Edison parties, sunlights, banquets, and various other social functions of the school, the Jazz Orchestra was organized early in the fall of 1922. lVlr. Ahlstrom took charge of the orchestra and has been largely responsible for the willing co- operation of the members in offering their services totheir school. It is very popular, not only with the students and faculty at Edison, but also with people and clubs almost all over Minneapolis. It has played at banquets sponsored by the St. Anthony Commercial Club, and has also furnished dance music for the night school parties which are held 'in the Central High School gym. The members of this organization are doing a great deal for the school, and all their practicing is done outside of school hours. The regular charge for their play- ing at parties is one dollar for which the adviser purchases new music. A definite sum is paid the director of the orchestra for distribution among the players at sun lights. During the past term ten members have been playing at the parties and dances. They are: Violin-James French and LeRoy Jacobsong saxophone-Frederick Swed- back and Blair Stilesg cornet-Martha Kay and Clark Snyderg trombone-Donald De- Courseyg piano-Beulah Bates and Alice Strandg tuba-Alexander Borisg 'drums- LeRoy' Lindquist. ' The orchestra is under the leadership of James French, violinist. There is a constant demand for an orchestra of this kind, and Edison is Very fortunate in having a jazz orchestra. ' Eigh ty-Two Top Row-Roslzivn, IVERSON, NonMAN, PETERSON, BEl.s'rnonr, MAUREN Third Row-SWEDBACK, STILES, GISSLEN, BERGLUND, Bums, Nonnuv, LoNNouAncEn, Rlcuren, MCINEREY Second Row-BATES, SWANSON, HEINZ, ANNxs, Mn. SODERGREN, KAY, Frunmz, ANDERSON, ELMSTROM, Dvrwlcli Front Row-Ioms, DECDURSEY, NYGAARD, CARLSON, Housnnc, KERKULA, Nonnm, HULTGREN, Lecus BAND HEN the Band was organized in 1924, there were only twenty members. Since then its membership has increased to thirty. During the past year a baritone horn, two alto horns, a snare drum, one bass drum, and the necessary accessories for these instruments have been added to the band. A The band has played at all ofthe football games, and all of the home basketball games, they also gave a concert in the school auditorium which was received most enthusiastically by the students. They have played over the radio, and in January they gave a noon concert at the Shoreham shops, which was such a success that they were asked to play there again. The Band presented an act in the Student Council Vaudeville, in which they gave several entertaining musical selections. They made arrangements with some of the grade schools to give afternoon concerts for the younger students. They entered the state music contest and made a very credit- able showing. Much credit should be given to Mr. Sodergren, who has done a great deal in holding the Band together and in arranging their musical programs. The Band should be commended for its faithful enthusiastic work, which is responsible for its popularity. The Band has been more than just a credit to the school, it has been an advertiser. Eigh ty-Three V1 r , A . :ii s K a -f - .. ' - --'- 1-i 14.2. 1 1 "1 4 fa. J 3 4 .,.,.., ,, ' .thai -'mi-" ff ' ...4. X-w--ag ' L E - ' .. 1. .. L K 4 1 fdf-r'f'f 11 'f 5 ee-ff'-1 "if ' fy" S' M 1 1 4 1- at . 1 o 1 1 as . 'e 'ufvkfzfi sg.--fg.s.1wf-T X lam 1:45. p COME oUT or THE KITCHEN 003 0 41 ' . K ON December 4-, 1925, the faculty put on the comedy, "Come Out of the Kitchen." 'lm ilu- Miss Ber was in general charge of the play and Mrs. Hazel Lotze Whlttaker, ...nil LII a former East High teacher, coached the players. Mr. Alstrom had charge of the 1 ll lull sceneryg Miss Hobbs, the furniture, Miss Dick, propertiesg Mr. Birkland, programsg and Mr. Dean, the posters. c'Come Out ofthe Kitchen" is a light Southern comedy and the faculty more qygq than did justice to it. They played it in a splendid and lively way, whrehimade It 1,, i a success. This is the first time that the faculty has given a play,,but it IS hoped ', ill' that it will not be the last. The Senior Orchestra played the music for the inter- ill mission. The 'cast is as follows: Olivia Daingerfield ....... ..... : Miss Door ll I Elizabeth Daingerfield ...... ...., M iss Reagan ,' ' 'f B C ............. . ......-. r- ie 030 Self: Tdadlgeer .......... --.-- M r. Curran 'bill W Randolph Weeks ..... ..... M r. Parkins V Thomas Lefferts ..... --.-- M BISIIQHCI' , Paul Daingerfield .... ........ 1 '. 1 er 'Ill M . F ld ..... .... M rs. Mclntyre ll JI Coil Fslkgnlgfl. . . ..... .. . .llgissy lgwell Amanda .... ..... 1 ss . o nson lu, Iv 4 130 1131 WHY THE CHIMES RANG I I . I "ilu A ONE act-play entitled, 4cWhy the Chimes Rangf' was the main feature of the AI III. Christmas program on December 18, 1925. The scene of a wood-chopping hut 'IIN .III on the edge of a forest. The Glee Club furnished the music and Mr. Dean had In I lm charge of the art work and stage setting. The play was g1VCIt by the expresswn . 0' 000 classes under the direction of Miss Door. The play was given 1n a true Christmas 'Ml 'l spirit which made it very beautiful. The acting was done with such a splendid I- ' l' - - ' ' ' L ' Ll .1 11 d h ' interpretation that every student felt the Chnstmas sp1r1t. 015 oy D a l c arge of the costumes and Lila Frahn of the properties. The Student Council, H1-Y, and I' I.. Blue Triangle contributed for the expenses. The cast IS as fol ows: All I 1 I' I l' ll Holgar ........ . . . . . ........... Melvin McLaughlin I 4 090 Steine ........... ............ L yla Greenan mmm 01 I Bertel ............. ........ K enneth Fortman IV' N The Old Woman. .. ..... Bernice McGaughey ' ll .UH I ' The Priest ........... ...... P eter Mankowski ull! , Th K' ............. ......... J h Laing ' Thi S525 ................ ...... H ubfihn Nelson film . la as '-H-as.: ass.: Q Inu The Rich Man. . . . I . ....... Margaret Serry Di' 000 The Angel ...... ' ...... Dorothy Holberg 0150 I 11 Courtier ..... ....... B urdette Kist I" I4 li. 1 . 'll ll 1.1 , ,Ll K 1 , - IN., fff,?',2:':Tj1 , 1 vw - 11.115 A5 1. ls. A-Qs. o H ll -- f I1 1 111, trf' f ' Ill ' ' ".. f -. P W t ttt ... - l I l 1 Eighty-Four . -Mmmuav Y ------ V '---- ...-..,...Y. :-1 -1-.wana-.-.-,.,:-,,, .......s..a-a..,..,,.. Q-nam.-1,1 ,J-Lev-wane,-.,..,,..,....-....-,....,,.a...- WA.. afar- .xy , rf f..-vEQLW"'s -- " 'Zf.r51ra-we-at,,V3gg:,jxYY' "1 rn " if tg QL. ':'7'Z'Ff31:,t' - :, Qfnv, '1 P .M u,-1:5-W n Y... ,V V .iii .D . . ,, .. ., W ,mf-K ' f..,.F-5'----' --, , -:--.. ' ' .-, V- . V. - ,..m-.. f- :mmvr-ef-ew v asm' ,. Yr .- 1, f Tap IQGW'-HENKEL, FENN, Pm-ERsuN, Nm.soN, Smcocic, RATHJEN, THORSUN, LAING, MARTIN, MoNsoN, Rosmvrs Fifth Row-LUNDGM-IN, PHESKA, SCHADER, KEDHLER, HEIGES, ENGMAN, NORDQUIST, SEARLES, HIJPPER, MCILNERNEY, CHRISTIANSON, LAVAQUER, Ennooni, Joi-xNsuN Fourth Row-MEALY, Ewan, HAGLUND, JOHNSON, Snnrmsxv, Gsunnrrn, Pumcms, MIKULAK, ZELENICK, Swsm-, A. Maman., LLEBIG, BAKKE, HAGGON, ZIEMBA Third Raw-REITER, JONES, Gunm, DEEBLE, Knznszowsxr, HABIILTUN, Kuszuzu, TUTTLI-I, CU'r'rs, MIKALIK, Wocx-IUNSKI, MIKULAK, Nsnsmv, MILLAM, DEGRAY, RIITCHELL Second Row-Bnncumn, A'nuNsoN, Luz, JoHNsoN, Amtms, MATHENY, LAHSON, Bmsswencen, Moomz, Howe, Tur--mmm., Lemc, CURRAN, Gnmnu, Gmmzn, Fisk, LARSON Front Raw-GlnBoNs, HIATHENY, Russel., Wmre, HlEACOX, HUGHES, Kossimr, GUETZMAN, 0LsuN, HANSEN GLEE CLUB HE Glee Club is Composed of seventy-eight members, and its purpose is to foster a love for good music. Much credit and praise for the success of the Glee Club in the past year is given to Mr. Tuttle as director and to Mr. Cutts as dramatic coach. Especial commendation is due the Glee Club for its splendid and lively produc- tion of the 'Yokohama Maidf' an interesting Japanese opera. If I r CCYOKOHAMA MAID" ... s,.,,, W , -a.m.,.....,n:..,,.,-., , ,W George Johnson. . . Theodore Thorson. George Johnson. . . Roy Anderson. . . Takasi ............ . . . . . .... Muvonyu. . ....Ahno.... ....Fateddo.... . . .George Johnson .......John Laing . . .George Johnson . . . . Roy Anderson --CE 5 P' Z ,. ,m V. ' ' Q .sl' .,,Y i 1 rl vm x 1 1 ,f 21,1 1 ' ' .'LQ,' 'Q :A , 1 Lloyd Sincock. . . ...... Knogudi ..... .... L loyd Sincock Earl Nordquist. . . Harry Cortcase. . . ..... Earl Nordquis-t Rosamond Kossart. . . . . . O-Sing-a-Song .... . . .Dorothy Mitchell ' ' Lucille Hughes. .,.. .... K issimee ..... .......... R uth Nelson Marie Elver ..... . . .Tung Waga. . . . . .Amelia Krzeszowski 5- j, Florence Briet .... .... H ilda ..... . . .Lucille Sobraske f Eunice De Gray. . . . .Stella. . . . . .Wyone Matheny f d Q I legal 4 ' ' X l f'?7::iil ff? j T, M gps I . Y V 5-5 ' In iv il " ,v ,, 1 Q K A":"J?f'EA,"iv lspi ,,,,. sg ..,, ,. 5QI.,'i.QQ.i., M , ,,,. ' ..., - . -'-- 1---vf.:-v-r-me-uw-wfmtmsfm Eighty-Fi1:e .mf .L fwfr- ff. -,,. t- V-J - '.W..R,. -A.fff.',m,.f moo-ww-wmfmt...-,,w....-Q-.ms..-...W.........r.W,,......-..aww..M..,.... .,,f . --,,.........,..,.,.t.WW....,...-Y.-...M,..,....-W,-amM'Mm,..m.wwnm:asm. ANNA Hznvrwrnv, EARL ANDREWS, CAM. BERGLUND, OSCAR JonNsoN HARMONY NDER the direction of J. Victor Bergquist, who has charge of the Harmony class, each student is taught self expression in music. They have an opportunity to display their talent in preliminary contests held in F the school each year. They are graded by outside judges, and the two who rank the highest have the privilege of playing in the all-city contest. V ln this yearls preliminary contest, Oscar' John- son composed an Andante for a string quartet and received first place. James French composed a Romanzero in B. Minor and received second place, while Anna Hawryliw was given honorable men- t1on. In the all-city contest which was held at Bryant Junior High on March 24, Oscar Johnson with his string quartet received fourth place. Because of his unusual ability to play the oboe, Carl Berglund was chosen as soloist to play with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra in the last of the young people's series, March the twelfth. CARL BERGLUND JAMES FRENCH Eighty-Six Top Row-JADER, ODEGARD,- OLSON, FrrzvA'm1cK, CIIIIISTIANSON, Knox, SANTY Third RUW1HDLMES, KENT, VARNUM, Jonas, HEEN, Dmrruxmu, Duncummy, Menus Second Row-Wmms, GRENNAN, Tvuzn, HANSTAD, CAuLsoN, OLSON, JEUNE, MANS ' Front Raw-Km-IN, Armms, Guzy, TlLsE1'H, Mus. GILLIES, Scuumu-zuc, DUNCAN, FEENEY, Sommsmw DRAMATIC CLUB FALL TERM AND SPRING TERM BERTHA TILSETH -------- President lV1ARY GUZY - f - - Vice-President LUCILLE CARLICK - - Secretary ANITA SCHULBERC - - Treasurer MRS. GILLIES --------- Treasurer HE Dramatic Club was organized in January, 1925. Miss Seaman and Mrs. Gillies were the advisers. Un Friday evening, April 24, the club presented two plays: uSir David Wears a Crown," and 6SiX Who Pass While the Lentils Boilf' At the tryouts for new members held October 21, twenty boys and girls were chosen from the forty-live competitors. On December 11, as the third number of the Lyceum course, the club presented a group of eighteenth century plays: '4Beau of Bathf' 'cAshes of Roses," HSilver Lining," '4Counsel Retainedfi and uThe Dress Re- hearsal of Hamletf' On April 17, 1926, the club gave an act on the Student Coun- cil Vaudeville program. Meetings are held every Wednesday at three in Room 312. After the business has been transacted, a program is given. Pantomimes, short plays, readings, dis- cussions of drama-all have places on these weekly programs. Tryouts for new members will be held early next October. ' Eighty-Seven. A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM Roald Kirkeidie ...... A Herbert Heideman .... Herbert Keene ....... Ralph Dow ........ George Mlinar ..... William Stevens ..... Wilbur Lundell .... Paul Kohanick ....... Francis Ouimette .... Marion Sargent ......... Genevieve Randolph ..... Marion Farrell ......... Lucille Moore ....... Agnes Newhouse- ..... .....Tl1eseus .... ........ . .. .....Egeus.... ......Lysander... . .. ..Demetrius. . .. . . . . .Philostrate. . . . .....Quince.... ..Botlo1n.. ......Flu1e..... .......0be1'on...... . .. . .Hippolyta. . .. .. . . .l'ICl'l'l'll3. . .. .....Helena.... .....Titania.... ....Puck..... THE RIVALS Sir Anthony Absolute ..... Captain Absolute .... F aulkland ........... Bob Acres ........... Sir Lucius O,Trigger .... Fag ................. David .............. Coachman ......... Mrs. Malaprop .... Lydia Languish. . . E1'ghty-Eight . . . . . .Roald Kirkeidie . . . .Herbert Heideman . . . . . . . .Oscar Davis . . ..Ralph Dow . . . .George Mlinar . . . .William Stevens ... . . . . .Earl Stanley . . . . .Paul Kohanick . . . . Sigvald Knutson . . . . .Marion Sargent . . . .Helen Buffum . . . . . .Marion Farrell . . . . .Dorothy Lindberg . . . . .Alice Lippert -.,.-uma..-.-5,-......... --ge--fy-af'-s-.-,,..,-uv nm . . . .George Johnson . . . . .Ronald Bowen . . . . .Delmar Roilis ....George Gullette . . . . Carleton Larsen . . . Lorenzo Fritzberg . .Wendell Engstrom Glendon Westerberg . . . . .Hilda Helander . .Dorothy Sandgren ...f......-.V-....-.....,............w..-fm.-.......-.....,.....N..,..a..,.......-f,. f.., ....v....-..........f..........,.......w my -W.. -N-f am-r , ... .......,..,,,. ....-...,-.................. ,..,, ,...,.,.,.,,...,.-,.,,,,....-,..,,.,,....,, ,,,, - ,.,. ,-,,,,,.,,. ig A v Front RnwfSPANo, Woonmirr, LAING, GRAY, Nonum, FRANZEN Tlxinl Row-STEVENS, LLOYD, Sci-IULZI-:, FITZPATIUCK, Hsocmx, OLSON, PEEBLES Second Raza-Ovnmtcmzn, MANS, Scnuuuznc. McLAucm.rN, Bouum, GREENAN, OWEN, Noam-tour Franz Raw-Bivnnsno, Frzuows, Doucmm-rr, Vosnu, Miss Tux-Pm, Mgmxowsm, Ros, Fox, NELSON JUNE, 1916 CLASS PLAY CLASS HE June '26 class play class is the third of its kind at Edison High School. The Shakespearean play, "As You Like ltf' was chosen for study and presentation Twenty-nine students were chosen in the tryouts. After thorough study of the play, two casts were chosen. The play was scheduled for presentation June 11-, 1926. The members of the two casts were: John Laing ......... George Spano ....... Melvin McLaughlin. Ben Brainerd ....... A. C. Fellows ....... Hubert Nelson ...... Sylvester Fitzpatrick ..... . . William Schulze .... Kenneth Gray ...... Peter Mankowski. . . Frank Boulet ...... Donald Vosika .... Marion Stevens .... Anita Schulberg. .. Margaret Overacker Dorothy Olson ...... Agnes Doherty .... Duke Senior .... .Frederick .... . . . . . .... Amiens .... . . . . . .... Jacques ..... . . .Le Beau .... ... .... Orlando. . . . . ..... Adam .... . Touchstone ..... Corin ...... . .. . . . .Silvius ..... ..... g .. .. . Rosalind .... . . .Audrey. .... ...... . . .Oliver ..... . . . ...Celia .... ..Phebe .... . . . . . . . . .John Laing . . . . . .George Spano . Melvin McLaughlin .. . . . . . .Vernon Fox . . . . .Milton Franson . . . . .Hubert Nelson .... Charles..... .. ' .Sylvester Fitzpatrick ....Walter Woodruff . . . . . .Delbur Nordin . . . .Clarence Hedger . . . . .Frank Boulet . . . . . .Donald Vosika . . . .Katherine Mans . . . . .Edith Peebles . . . . . .Lois Lloyd . . . .Lyla Greenan . . . . . . .Phyllis Oyen ..........Betty Roe .Margaret Nordholm w1s...s-.-... '.:w:..i-1 .,......iL....,..,....--,.,-...-z-ai. .,.. .ai,,,-..,.LL....,....-..-g..M... .-.L l sv- k-'fr--7 - L-...tv-V-rw2.sf-Q-ffn.v1mvfswmu1np-v.1:w-to - Eighty-Nine sm vw-mmffm-rwemmwirmm-nm1.fxxvnar GYM NITE THE ZOUAVES DRILL TEAM Ninety Ninety-One -V,A,f, ,me .fe-:1 u,f.4f.:.f:.: 4 -AM A Tap RUW-GREEN, CHRISTIANSON, OSEERG, MJXRCEY Fourth R016-'SELANDER, SwANsoN, BERG, CALDVVELL, OLSON, CIELUSAK, JORGENSUN, S. WALLACE. ANDERSON, B. WALLACE Third ROMJWFRYIILING, ADAMS, SURENSON, BURNS, CODN, SJUBERG, SULLIVAN, Tusx-ICDEE, KOIIAN, JOHNSON, E. JOHNSON Second Row-BAILEY, INGEBRITZEN, RESBERG, JEVNE, GORMLEY, ODEGAARD, MEALEY, 0sTRANDER, CIcI-I, Ros, ANNIS, ANDERSON Franz R010-CAMPBELL, KENT, NORDHOLIII, MURRELL, FITZPATRICK, BRAINERD, Miss SEARIAN, GOLDNER, ScIIuL1'z, OLSON, FALL TERM WILLIABI SCIIULZE BEN BRAINERD - S. FITZPATRICK - KARL GOLDNER - ELVERA INGEBRITZEN - ROBERT COON - CLAUDE ANDERSON S. SORENSON JACK ADAMS - LYLE DOW - WILFORD BBRG - ALVIN GREEN - OSCAR SELANDER - MORTIDIER CALDWELL MISS SEARIAN - GUDIM, HEEN, GRIFFIN THE EDISON RECORD I I ,-.J A. vfwsu C.,-.J ..-,,-.1 Member of Managing Editor - Editor-in-Chief - - News Editors - Feature Editor - Sport Editors - Business Managers Advertising Managers Circulation Managers - Exchange - Librarian Faculty Adviser Ninety-Two Q9 E-E-E 52.2 E342 :uso 5.- U2 D2 252 - rn EEE E-.SQ Gsm-U 'DOH f-:Pda 220' 'Lib ll! U3 U3 ggi' EEE' gg.: I5 f-A-A A.-, ,-,,-A., r-sz f-J-'A SPRING TERM - KARL GOLDNER - - SHERMAN WALLACE - - - LUCERNE ANNIS ELVERA INGEBRITZEIN - - - FLORENCE CICH - ROBERT CooN ' JACK ADAMS - NIAY ANDERSON S. SORENSON - SIDNEY BURNS - JOHN FRYHLING ELMER JORGENSON - - M. SWANsoN - - MARGARET GRIFFIN MISS SEAMAN Top Row-LANUBERG, iYEWMAN, PARKER, ASRKERMAN, ROONEY, FENN, LIATHENY Third Raw-DEERLE, RAMSDEN, NELsoN, OLSDN, DAHL, FOSTER, ERICKSON, MCGUFFIE, YA'r1'ow Second Raw-CHR1sTxANsoN, PETERSON, Bnxccs, SMxTH, MARX, DUNLEAVY, PLACK, REISBERC, LucAs, Soxomwsxx Front Raw-KUszLER, GRAFFKNSTADT, BODICK, HUGHES, S'wANsoN, MRS. CILLIES, PETERSON, SCHWERDEEGER, TI-HELEN, FALL TERM EARL SWANSCN LUCILLE HUGHES - PAEL Bomcx - RussEL NEUBIAN - DOROTHY DEERLE - - LEONA CHRISTIANSON - GRIEEEN PARKER - - ll'lARJORIl-I BRIGGS BLANEHE ASKFIWIAN - Doms PET:-:Rs0N - JESSIE RDONEY - CLARENCE PETERSON - CAROL KUZLER - Rosh: OLSON - 1-'ERN RAMSDEN RUBY NELSON - BERNARD KUHARSKI MYRTLE RErsnERc KATHERINE SMITH - ETHEL IVIARX - - - HARRTET GRAFFILNSTATT MRS. GILLIES - - MR. DEAN - - MR. BIRKELAND - EDMARK, RANDALL THE GLEAM Member of Minnesota State Press Association Central Interscholastic Press Association Columbia Scholastic Press Association Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors - Story Editors - Poetry Editors - Lsmy Editors - Humor Editors - Art Editors - Circulation Manager Faculty Advisers - Editorial - - Art - Printing Ni net y-Three SPRING TERM - - EARL PETERSON ELEANOR SCHWERDFEGER - HELEN LucAs - - HAzEL Jomvsor: - Ln.uAN ERICKSDN - RUTH EDMARK - EIJNICE DEGRAY - WALTER MAT!-IENY - - ALPHA DAT-11. - RIARCELLA YATTAW - DOROTHY RANDALL - EVELYN PLACK GERTRUDE FOSTER - - LESLIE TI-HELEN - BERNICE DUNLEAVY GERTREDE Soxomwsm - - - HANS FERN A PEARL MCGUFFIE CURTIS LANDEERG - BERNxcE DUNLEAW - HAZEL JOHNSON WALTER MATHI-:NY MRS. GILLIES - MR. DEAN - MR. BIRKELAND 1 Front Row-Wonnnurr, RHEAUME, Vusuu, Third Row-J0sEvHs0N, Nonnouxsr, PLACK, Juucowsxr, KOPITCII E Form, D. Homme Second R010-OVERACKER, IIIANS, LLOYD, RUPHEEHT, Bmccs, ROE, PEEIKLES, PETERSON, KENT Front Row-SCHULZE, C. HOLEEEG, SAMuELs0N, SATHEII, HASTERT, lvlunrl-Iv, Surrn, NELSON, DAWSON BE FL Margaret Norclholm Irma Hastert Mary Briggs Lucille Dawson Sarah Foster Anita Schulberg Lecta Kent William Swallendcr Alice Mootz Phyllis Owen ASSOCIATE WIZARD N BRAINERD - - , BRAINEHD STAFF Editor-in-Chief ORENCE MURRELL - Associate Editor DOROTHY OLSON - Assistant Editor' SCHOOL LIFE FEATURE Editors Editor Vera Mcngelkocll Margaret O'Brien John Laing I Assistants Assistants Claire Murphy Sylvester Fitzpatrick Earl N0l'llfIU5Sl Lois Lloyd Ruth Sathcr Donald Vofika Vernon Fox Margaret Overacker Edith' Pcebl05 Charlotte Holherg Helen Plack Ruth Sathel' ART Mclvina RUPPOCTIY Lyla Greenan Mr. Deon. faculty adviser Ray Julkowski Carl Golrlner BUSINESS STAFF Elsie Samuelson Business Manager PERSONALS William Schulze Editors Y, Assistant Business Manager Agnes Wmse Sylvester Fitzpatrick Hazel Mathcny Assismnn Circulation Manager Lucillc Dye Evelyn .losephson Georgia Smith Helen Nelson Evelyn Casey Dorothy Holbcrg A. C. Fellows Assistant Circulation Manager John Kopincke CLASSES AND SNAPS Advertising Vernon Fox George Spano BOYS' ATHLETICS , '48-tfflflftfs pete, Mankowski LaY ernn Anderson Walter Woodruff Irma Peterson Gordon Rheaume GIRLS' ATHLETICS - Faculty Arlviser Dorothy Granquist Nin ety-Four Mrs. Gillies :1-xa2:pesff:x::un::wc:-,:-.f,-- 1--ff-:nw-N n 1 1 x V ,fxi 2 1 fx 4. Ni ne fy-Five Erlang: LM.. W,-N'-CX,-N 'fNAf,, - 7 . fs". Sl i? I : 1 A. I .1 u . - 15:5-,5,7!,v 5 i-DT fungi lflflf -if , f' lf5f7l7l1 ' -,L And ifs not for the sake of a ribboned coat, Or the selhsh hope of a season's fame, But his Captairfs hand on his shoulder smote, nlflay up! play up! and play the game!" tid..- 6-L Hlllllllfl' - "'-'llmgl sywlmn- -n-lHuhau1.n.q .j....n..'.... 1 I .nr ,I It I V 15' f7 H 3 Q1 A 11" ff' 1- ll dlp " Up. 3. 1 I 1, " 1-'H -- f J 'I' -I' 9 11.11-'-H t - 'WWUI2'---'JIM' llu-nllflllwaanun-'111u1.mvmu.1-. 1 Amin 1 J. .1 a nu 4 .-.wx 111- H11 U. .mlll1u.sIlllll1-.111U'l'lYl . Q1 . 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MILLER - - WILLIAM KEENE - PETER MANKowsKI MIKE CIELUSAK - EARL DUNN - - Faculty Representatives Coach Coach Football Captain, '26 Baseball Captain, ,26 Basketball Captain, '26 Track Captain, '26 HE Edison High School Board of Athletic Control consists of the faculty man ager of athletics, who is the chairman, the men instructors of physical educationg and the captains of the major sports: baseball, basketball, football, and track There is also a faculty representative, not from the physical education department who is appointed by the Principal of the school. - Ninety-Seven mmf.:4,1111mffm:.eaL1f..sms.af...w.a.a..v 1:,w.m. ...-.,..,.... .--Y W, F--,.,,,.,w,,m,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,. , ,M -WH ,W , P v , vt, r 5' 3. ,L .X X .W Ls 4 0, -Q ., R V+, lil vi f , ',1.5,- , - . -s'c::::51-5,,,.,,,,,,,,,m,.. ,,,.,, W- r.m.1..wm,......w..a,f .A Y -au' ' rf.. ' V, .1 'U -, fi' W at ,A .Wanna-..1.X X A ,v 1111215- - 'cfqzqig .v::,g'.5',, .X 6 v XX,f..g X V t 1 it H 4 F31 if ' f T 4, TL li' :fi l ' 5 if E li Eff?-.5 Tw it-.Tj 5 I8 lg -, Q1 7 llguav-Al li X 5 Q 'li ll MR. PARKINS MR. MILLER ll this . . it Q aX ,I 0 SCHGOL ATHLETICS at X. l 'ill l 1- E 5 Miss COLE - Faculty Manager l l lt' ' l, Mn PARKINS Coach-Football, Basketball, Baseball .X S MR. MILLER - Coach-T rack, Cross-Country, Gymnastics 2 MR. CURRAN - Coach-Tennis wp' L MR RAY - Coach-Swimming ' ,X MR HENDRICKS Coach-Hockey ,i XX X X . DISON'S showing in athletics for the past two years is largely due to the ex- 1 SALE cellent coaching of Mr. Parkins and Mr. Miller, combined with the executive X ,XXX ability and the work of Miss Cole. it 5 Miss Cole had charge of athletics at old East, and when Edison opened just four fbi? years ago, she came to the Blue and Gold school to serve in the same capacity. The W :li manner in which Miss Cole administers athletics leaves very little room for improve- Xfb r T l' ment. ' , png l Mr. Parkins coached a winnin basketball team which will o down in history X X . a X e X NX 5 as one of the best turned out at the school, and rapidly developed a baseball team V l. L from the wealth of veteran material. The football team went through a disastrous I4 X 'H E season, but dis la ed the fl ht of an Edison and a Parkins coached team. Mr. Parkins ' P Y s X Q X has made these sports at Edison a success. M " Mr. Miller has develo ed one cham ionshi cross-countr team and a runner-up 'lm Q c a p P P y g 1 I XXX 'l in his stay at Edlson. The track teams have done more than creditahly under his " ,li , able tutoring, while the gymnastic team for this year proved a well-coached combina- 'In tion and made a fine showing. This end of Edison athletics need not have a worry gli, as long as Mr. Miller is in -charge. , ll Mr. Curran turned out a line fall tennis team and had a good spring combina- M lo tion. His teams to date have been well up among the leaders. D00 X3 090 X The swimming team of 1926 was in charge of Mr. Ray, who aroused new interest XX0 , " T in the water splashing sport. Future prospects are bright. T X A new coach made his advent during the hockey season. This was Mr. Hendricks, ,E who coached a runner-up in the city high school puck' race in his first season. l u T ill L ll, IH j ,F , :Hp K'!"A X V V.- LQl.f'l.QQET2Qf.,,zliv W TEN.. .- - X I . - , 1 , 1. .. .. F ,l -' ll lttll ll A lllll T " ' R . if H X. X r . X: , .IX - fttititlitltni in '15 3 i 5HZEh'tUTfI1iitf lf.X.Xj-t 1?,- t X., --sfQZ3f:n:3 -2:-?L.:ff,.i3,XQt, 3 1 ' N inety-Eight Im I .I Xiiix I van' ff XIII, J ul -A-M 151. 1 57 5 -. -5 --I - Il i ? I ,gI3,N I I I L. ,I :s.., Ig5I-IIIILI LII In II.. 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IELUSAK, MIKE V, MANKOWSKI, SAD!-Eff, IIIIIKR 0 IIIUII Faalballf B seball, Baskelbullf cupl, '26 Baseball, Caalala 26 Gy"""'5"F -ee' WIIIJ 0 D ' Mc LAUGHLIN, MELVIN SAWYER, RUSSELL I I AY, ROLLIN , , C C I I II Swimming, Capt. '26 Teflfll-Y,""' Capt- 25 ross oun ry' I DI KER E MEKA, HENRY SCHURHAIYIER, ARTHUR I IIIII S,,,,,,5IgII ,9,f5,35Na F..,.I,.II, IIIWII Athleuc MIM.-III I ' ' ' MOEN, NORMAN SEARLES, PAUL T I Dubllxl' EARL I Cross Country C7053 CUYUUU' III In rack, Capt. 25, Gymnastic Letter S No GEORGE - MIKULAK, MARTIW PA I In II FEEN1Ell5ZkelvAMES Football I 1 Football, Athletic Manager ml' go I-'OR1-MAN. KENNETH MUEU-ER, THFWURE SPORNEI TONY llfvlll .I Football Track,4"' Capt. '25 . BU-'elmu II I GLANDER, EDWARD MULRINEI CLIFFORD SPORREI EQQIRENCE I Track, Track of ' I NELSON. CAROL STANLEY, EARL I HAlI,l2rl.:l.lxl,Ct5ttrI2l3ND Tennis TWCCIAL ER ' ' I NELSON, HUBERT STEVENS, T III HEARZOBXQLTER Football," Capt. '25, Hockey' Hockey III' Iv I 1 sTONE,- MILFORD ' In HORN, KENNETH NIcHOL3lIBIn.mIflENnETH Football IIIU 00 Football, Basketball," Cross Country" g 'TOVICZYCK JOE III . IN, DELBUR I I ' I 'I HOULE, APELARDE Illlzgiegv, Tennisuar-ra Cross Country," Track M 'Ir I Gymnastic Letter THIES EARL I , LII' RD I I HOULE, LUCIEN Ollsolxlaoollblllzllo Hacker' II, I Swimming I , A I LE TRYGSTAD, BEN I qlm KAUTH- LEONARD Hockey 2"LSC31ZJll gil Igennis 'I""I"" Football . C C t,fcl.'2s,T If ' ' ' ll III mls only ll me OLSON, RUDOLPH TUTHILL, DONALD , - Il I I KAUTI-I, RAYMOND Hockey , Football 0' UI Halley VERLO PEDER IMI I PELAK, FRANK , 004: KEENIZ, FIEIIBERT Football, Basketball' Faalball Ill' ' BSE U Q A ' ' PERRA, ARSINI ' VANUSEKI JOHN I KEENE, WILLIAM I swlfilmfn,-1 Ba-faball IMI F0I,lbIlll,AIBa5eba1l, Basketball-2 PETERSON, EARL I WOODRUFF, WALTER I.I II KLINE, ALBIN In-,ass C,,,,,,,,y Athletic Manager IIIII lllsllllllll PETROSRE, RAY ZIERMIIN, MILTON IIIII I KOSSART, HELMUTH Baseball Athletw Manager I ll Track' Cross Country" 'I I' ' - PINCOE, RUSSELL I -,,- I IIIII KRZESZOWSKI. ALBIN Athletic Manager . ILIIII B If II 1+ I ,I , as lf ll POLOCZYK, LOUIS 'Two yeiars of service. , I I III. LARZONISUROY Faollmllll HThree years of service, etc. 'II DC I POOL, HILTON IIIIII Basketball, Cross Country I IIII llll . II I' III ,I I .I 030 III I , ll' II III I II' --II I 'III III I Il III II VIII IMI' I--. 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Pnmcnss, Poorr, Kuna, PE1..uc, Kama, Hmm, Cirnnsmc, Knznszowsm BASKETBALL EDISON gained its first basketball championship in the history of the school and its third major sport trophy when the 1926 cage team went through its Minneapolis schedule with a record of nine wins and one loss. South ran second with nine wins and three losses, which resulted from its twelve game schedule. Roosevelt showed great strength in the early stages of the race, but weakened near the end and dropped games to South and Marshall, and met defeat at the hands of the Blue-Gold for a second time. In the final summing Roosevelt and North were deadlocked for third place, with six wins and four losses. Central, Marshall, and West, finished in the order named. At the close of the city schedule, Edison met Johnson of St. Paul Mm for the Twin City Regional Title and decisively defeated the down- river quint by a 31-21 count. This victory gave the Tommies the right of Pntry to the State Championship Tournament at the Kenwood Armory. Edison was 'unfor- tunate in drawing Gilbert for its first game and went down to defeat, 29-11, but not before giving the Range team a hard battle. The team this year was a five-man quint and as such worked smoothly and showed great speed and fight. With Pelak and Horn at the forwards, Krzeszowski at center, One Hundred Top ROW-MELVIN SWAN, Evixnr Wxm.xAMs, DONALD INGEYKSON, Mn. PAIIKINS, Gsimm Mn-rice, Pen-.n Mnzxowsxr, RAYMOND ,IULKOWSKI Middle ROW'-ALIJIN KLINE, HILTON PonLE, BRUCE WALLACE, Emu. WEST, Jon:-1 VANUSAK, RAYMOND PETIKOSKE, WAYNE COURTNEY Front ROW"BERTRAM Wlcx, ALVIN KnzEszowsKl, Miki: CIELUSAK, Bun KEENE, KPINNETH Holme, FRANK PELAK and Captain Mike Cielusak and Keen at the guard posts, the team presented a very formidable combinaiton. Kline and Poole filled in very creditably when needed. The feature game of the season proved the first Roosevelt game which had first place at stake, The Kenwood Armory was jammed to almost 'overflowing to see the schools fight it out. Edison was returned victor after a tough battle. A large squad stayed out the entire season. Coach Parkins besides developing his championship quint also developed quite a few promising candidates for next year's combination. FINAL STANDINGS EDISON - ------ X 9 1 .900 South - - 9 N 3 .750 Roosevelt - - 6 4 .600 North - - - 6 4 .600 Central - - 3 7 .300 Marshall - - 2 8 .200 West - - ------- 1 9 .100 TWIN CITY TITLE Edison 31 .lohnson 21 One Hundred One A V , ff' , ' Y, . 4, N gg?-,TA it - A ,L . -Q 'Lk fafigaaexif f" :.1-..,Ya.,?4.IT :T i' - V- --111 X -gf fp fi fl.- is "'l"?4'A..'i'd:fKV'ffL+fE1'fr5f,f- ip- f ' s 'qfiejqgirlfgzpf - ,f'l-,iv .Q 2-Lg :Ft-'v' E55-.1 mmf?" 1,f5gQuf-Zi 'f7'l'ZQrgs: ,gu9- am YQ.. 11MHeim'. ' r e . K 'Y A A "rf na -lhiitift "QW "ff 'iilm -..tf'Tf7f?'?1il'f'e s vefwmifi' deff:-5-z1.s.. v 1. ss 1 i.,.':1:LfF'Li 'E-ef., :rs J H J- - as 1 '- ' s , - f ' f YW! Y J- ' 'r " 'Q-I ' g, , , YYY V7 Y W , W,-anew O . ' I . M P Wt all . 4 . mga in 2 'lb P5 ' s ie . .Ill ' if .Q N I I' "rw I l A. "" ' I 1 llli .gf l -I I' ' 2- 'Q 0 0 P f 0 ll QQQ m N l sl ll H5551 ,. ,Y x lil ii Q n. ull , Il' li ,sill , I ln - . M ' o 9 Il il one hw , 'I X I , , Horm Mnca PELAK . ' 4 . Il' g i BASKETBALL im, ' I APTAIN Mike Cielusak proved a fighting and able leader and a great offensive and defensive running guard. l I' The Joumal honored him with an All-City berth and the Tribune placed him on its second team. ll Pelak was the fastest floorman and dribbler on the team besides being a competent shot. He was honored J 1 li with a place on the .lournal All-City team and the Tribunc's second team. ,P 1 lo Krzeszowski scored the most points for the Blue-Gold. The Star placed him on its All-City selection and he won l a place on the .lournal's and Tribune's second teams. 1 , Keene, although hampered by injuries, played a great game at back guard and also on occasion was shifted l' l 1 , 1 to running guard. The Tribune and Star honored him with a position on the mythical first team. V ' Horn played a fast, steady game all season and showed good scoring power. He was given honorable mention by 1 all three papers. 13.1 Poole played a great game at back guard and by his light and great defensive play gave the other teams little , i , chance for shots. I Kline was used as a relief forward. He made a great showing in the second Central game. 1 3 X e 1 'I 0 mga ly 'W I. . Il l gill! 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W..V-m..4.-..,,,.-.w-.,.-,,,,-,-,-,0 -,-- +.,..-K-,-rm-as-sf,-,.w-X - -'-- few.: .mfrz-:m:-:1w:-n-af:.evs5- aug S .V 5 r l 2 "J -vw M! .......,.....-,.,... ,,v, W...., Q 1 i 4 'S u E 3 5 3 Q i a 2 , 5 ll e , S15 lil N ll I W E 'ggi V i M il fill are 1, if gi li was H 21 W F 351 S HQ ig irjlfl flliilflil ., 2 E 1 if aqui l Q llffl 2 gvivji 2 M T . iwfgw all ll i"3,f'i .1 5 3 rf 1-i ,. lif' T. 1.12K ' Top Row-Cmxcn Pmucms, MIKULAK, Guusco, MA'r'rxcl:, Jox-msun, WILLIAMS, Tmns ' ' Third Row-Tmcs-rAn, Tmmsrorx, Foam-MAN, MEKA, RATHJEN, Hmm, VERLO l Second Raw-Knzxzszowsxr, S-rom-:, Runmson, CIELUSAK, POLACZYK, Mncuunc, PELAK Fran: Row-Bmcxc, PREMALAU, Hoon, MORSE, Dow, Pram, NICKELSON OOTBALL for the season 1925 was not a ,success if we judge from ' the won and lost column. The Tommies failed to win a tilt all season but succeeded in tying Marshall. Injuries dogged the team throughout the season, and every game found one or more regulars out of the line-up. The feature of the season's play was the manner in which the gridders upheld the repu- tation of the Blue and Gold as to the lighting spirit of the teams turned out. The boys fought to the last whistle and the opposing squad knew they had been in a battle when all was said and done. Hubert Nelson proved a worthy leader of a fighting team. Nineteen numerals were awarded at the close of the season's play. SIX lettermen and a number of second team men will be back for L the 1926 team which Bud Keene will lead. l I U l ,Tl l X is I-Iumzwr Nason ' 5 sgqfagg 1515 jf n,:,,fZ ffxiiTgfiiitf1'TE:':':11'i??f5fi:iZTLif1'gi,i' 'wiiiT7:iitLi:i':':'fffi'i'ff:1i'ieffzfief'-':fiEifTiiieii:13 -'W'e"Yee'fffY-Wie: 55 ,, , ' 5 iffy l 1 r ., ME' ri -f me Q If 7 'K 'ill fi rn 3 1 nl l ' 41" ,Ml ll lf: :lr ffirf '- f','1?,l l ' p nw A ' fiifgmzim-fi'f1-h , X ff? Ktts' A' tc. f fviigfff' S 3 L1 ' 1' ff2s1'v-14+r'1- ,. fm: ' 2 ' ' M-f"11f f 4 1 2 .A A- J. ' ' Q V -. " W - i . 'Fill' fif5???iZ95'L lf A ?"f1iYf2Y2" ' 132, i2iW1'fi'5: P ,. 1 "IME-fff:'ii'-a Sf 2.. ee 1 , 4 .e4g!h?Eg..44,41:L4::s..isI.4.w' '..' la." i1.usm:::d.:-:Ap w-1W-1mrL:111Axm.wf-.vmuwww-www'wwmfw-Mwnwmmvwff-wmmmelmsme-nfmwfm--mm....aBLa:.s..-.yawn-,aaa - H,:ig-,,w.s.wsmf1mmm:amu'mnmwswauvp-mmmsmnvnw , One Hundred Three Top Row-MR. PARKINS, MANKOWVSKI, KEENE, LUNDELL, VANEUSEK, MEKA, SCHURHAMMEK Front Row--Srom-ur, CIELUSAK, KEHNE, Dlsmzuuu, P1-:Tnosu 1915 BASEBALL HE 1925 baseball team ended the season with a record of three wins and five defeats. This was an excellent showing considering the fact 'that only one vet- eran, Wilbur Lundell, captain, was available for the team and so a very late start resulted. The 4--3 victory over Marshall featured the seasonis play. The line-up wasn't assured until almost mid-season. Theppastimers lost the first tilt to Marshall and the second to North, the championship nine. Coach Parkins then inserted a new line-up by assigning the pitching duties to Lefty Vanusek, shift- ing Pete Mankowski and Ray Petroske to the infield and Herbert Keene and Osborne Diskerud to the outfield. The change worked for the better and the team won from Roosevelt and South. Then came the Marshall contest and after a hectic ten innings, the Tommies emerged victors with a 4-3 verdict. This established Edison as cham- pionship contenders, but an unfortunate break in the next North game definitely gliminated the Tommies and the next two contests were dropped to Roosevelt and outh. Pete Mankowski, captain-elect of the 1926 nine, led the batting while Lundell stole the most bases. Lefty Vanusek pitched very creditably in his first season and should prove hard for the opposition during 1926. Herbert Keene, Wilbur Lundell and Osborne Diskerud were the graduating lettermen. One Hzmdrerl Four BASEBALL, I 916 PROSPECTS for championship baseball team loomed very bright with seven let- termen of the 1925 team returning to don their spikes and gloves. To swell the total of veterans, second team men and ineligibles from 1925 answered the first practice call of the season. Baseball made a tardy start as basketball occupied the limelight, and the play was not completed until the other high school nines had commenced their warming up sessions. The Wealth of veterans, however, in a measure oifset the late start. . E The veterans returning from last year's team were: Captain Peter Mankowski, second base, John Vanusek, pitcher, William Keene, catcherg Raymond Petroske, third base 5 Mike Cielusak, short stop, Tony Sporre, center field, and Henry Meka, outfield. Frank Kozlak, Albin Kline, Peter Verlo, and Albin Kreszowski, members of last year's squad, answered the call for baseball men. Seventy-five candidates composed the squad before Coach Parkins started the weeding-out process. Whatever the 1926 team lacks, it has plenty of fight, pep, and chatter, and this in large measure makes or breaks a ball team. Bud Keene handled the catching as- signment in a pleasing manner in 1925 and was continually and vocally encouraging Lefty Vanusek. Pete Mankowski showed plenty of vim and pep and should install this into his team mates for this year. Mike Cielusak, shortstop, and Ray Petroske chattered and talked encouragement throughout every game in 1925 and will add their experience this year. Tony Sporre handled centeriield well last season and proved a dependable man with the bat. Henry Meka can be used in the outfield and in the infield. These men have a yearis experience behind them and this should aid the team greatly. The other high school nines all lack veteran material with the exception of Roosevelt. The Teddies have eight lettermen as a basis for a team. Last year the Blue and Gold broke even in the two title games played with Roosevelt. The schedule for the year opened on April 23, when the Edison nine began the season's grind. The home games were played on Bottineau Field as before. 1, ' ' . :V , 3 T,..i3LV . K 2 V f w 3-:, twrwiwxfffi rw ages is Y. ki 2, , MiW?.ft? . ,Q F3 3 1. ' .lure "'s - . fJ6kQ:?.i ' fl Qlifi ' ft" i 3411 ' , - . PETER MANKOWSK1 One Hundred Five - -,..-- fs. ,.... N -. ..,-..M.,.-W, vm.-.yay ,-4s--f-Qm-v,- - --iv,,.N-. T-f.-xv ,- . - 1-, -W--A--.-,fx-m.,f,,, ...f----Y-W - M f Top ROW'STEVENS, JOHNSON, MAu.oY, NELSON, MR. Hmmucxs, BERG, PETERSON, NURDIN, OISON . Front Row-FEENEY, Lamson, Spoims, THXE5, Pm-sasoN, KAUTH HOCKEY HE hockey team had its most successful finish in the season of 1925-26. This was accomplished by combining lVlr. Hendricks, coaching ability with the hard work of the squad. The only loss recorded against the Tommies was the cham- pionship game and thus Edison holds second place. Although the title was not won, the team built a reputation of having strong offensive and defensive playing strength at their call. The team showed great fighting spirit and fair sportsmanship in all the games. The hockey squad of this season was one of the largest and strongest ever representing Edison. Two of the players, Captain Olson and 6'Jim" Feeney won berths on the all-city hockey sextet. Clarence Sporre won honorable mention for his steady and de- pendable playing. The squad will suffer the loss of a number of lettermen for the next hockey season. Four members of the 1925-26 team graduate in June. They are Captain Orville Olson, Hubert Nelson, Delbur Nordin, and Floyd lVloloy. Clarence Sporre was elected to captain the 1926-27 hockey team. The next season's squad will be lighter, but all members are fast onvim OLSUN skaters and will make a good showing. Q P l ..,...m.,...m- W g F A ,,. ,MBV ,,,,,,,--,met-, --7, 5. L,,,.,,.,,,,,, .-f.. .vswsmm - 4 . rf fini- ,, . 34 1 glwxsmffw -- f A - .v '.-1.ir"4'i s, ' -1 as .hug 's, -,.,..,..sr , V. V Y , - .--. ,W ,W mv' --L.. , , V. h J. 1, ' 1, ..:t. Q f., 1 , ""' J- Z:-,- :ll lt '.1:.C3,T.' l ,a,L.2.r,.. ,M..i.,-2:15.-...1,l..,--..-L::.1:g4.L..,,L,-ii.,,.,,--.,,.s. .1 , -,.l.:........4,......,....a...:.s,..-.,.. ,..-.-.,..,a........... me Wm, .5 ,-., m mqnmmm-1--4-W is - ffxy -:nwwsf:.w-1fmu::m1x.nw.vfn.xw.s-N-.Agn Ns-W.,-1.-.--K -f-w.r,umnnmm -- Y 1' W1 YI One Hundred Six Top Row-Mclnmzmzr, Fox, Pmnnson, SCI-IULZE, Nnimouxsr, Pmnnson, PAULSON Middle Row-Sr-:.Axu.ss, Cr-ummcnm, Ksnssv, Jameson, BECKMAN, Osi-xu, Tu'r1-nu., JOHNSON, LUNDGREN, Rmmows Fran: Raw-ANm:nsoN, S. Armxnsox, Kmxumn, TM-ns, DUNN, GAUDREAU, Ermoo-rn, Rumsora, Tomiczvic TRACK EGINNING the 1926 indoor track season with almost no veteran material, Coach Miller worked with a group of boys, slowly developing new material to replace former Edison stars. The city athletic board decided to eliminate. track schedule, and the indoor season was spent in preliminary sets for the outdoor schedule. In his quest for new prospects, Coach Miller discovered two fast dash men in Gaudreau and Tomaczyk to fill the places of Mueller and Kossart. Searlesl training enabled him to take the lead in the hurdle events. Enrooth and Gaudreau gave a good demonstration of the proper way of running the 220 yard dash and the quarter mile. Searles and Moen ran the 880 yard dash in creditable form to be placed in that -event. Dunn, as usual, took 'the pole vault and Searlesshowed up well in the high jump. The outdoor season turned out well for Edison considering the lack of veteran material. Coach Miller deserves much credit for working the squad into such fine shape, and the boys must be com- mended upon their eiiorts. The team participated in the Hamline Relays, Carleton Meet, State Meet, and Northwestern Meet. the city indoor h 52? , , .riff f H Y if , XX X, me EARL DUNN , . . ..,,.. . ,,.. , U .J .,..., ,,.,.W,.,,..,,,,, One Hundred Seven Top Row-DUNN, LQNDEE, Mn. MILLEK, LARSON, MCCAFFERY Middle Row-SADLER, BROWN, PTAK, Scuurz, JOHNSON Front Raw-Zwlnslu, KARLSON, PUDNEY GYM TEAM HE gymnastic team proved to be a squad of faithful workers and excellent tumblers. This team made the annual Gym-Nite event a success by their tum- bling anfl acrobatic work. These boys also gave several excellent demonstrations in the auditorium periods. Coach Miller developed some fine men during the season's Work. The caliber of the team can well be judged from its showing in the Northwestern Gym Meet, held at the University Armory March 13, and in the City Gym Meet. ln the Northwestern event the team copped second place in the class C division which contained the high schools. Harry Sadler garnered 96.70 points to win the in- dividual honors for the meet. Ptak placed third, Dunn fifth, and Zwaska seventh. , Ray Ptak captained the team and placed among the leaders in the Northwestern and City Meets. Ptak, Sadler, Dunn, and Karlsen were the Blue-Goldis best bets. ' Interest the past season was very keen in the gymnastic squad and it is expected that in the coming season the team will grow and earn a place for itself in the Edison athletic hall of fame. RAY PTAK One Hundred Eight Tap Raw-Rlcu.ums0N, LAFLEUR, Mn. RAY, Wanna Middle Row-Bmwrr, DAY, Bunsrlmm Front Row-Bxucx, Pm-:MALu, Houma, MORSE, Dow, Psalm, NICKELSON x SWIMMING ED by Captain Rollin Day, the Edison swimming team gave the aquatic teams a real battle for the city wide honors. Few students turned out for this sport, but those who did were of line quality and of great fighting spirit. The team is to be given praise for the way it tried to bring Edison its first swimming championship. Credit must also be given to Lloyd Bois, of the John Ryan Baths and Freshman coach of the University of Min- nesota, for his work in organizing this team. The team did not win from any of the other schools this year, but next fall the squad will have the same members with the exception of Kermit Bonander. LINE-UP 160 yd. Relay--Nicholson, Weber, LaFleur, Houle. 200 yd. Breast Stroke-Perra, Bonander. 40 yd. Dash-Day, Nicholson, LaFleur. 200 yd. Free Style-Brown, Morse, Perra. 100 yd. Back Stroke-Day, Pomerleau, Weber, Richardson. Fancy Diving-Houle, Morse, LaFleur. 300 yd. Medley Relay-Day Cbackslrokel g Perra fbreaststrokeig Houle or Nicholson ffree styleJ. One Hundred Nine Ro1.L1N DAY , F I y .M t is 4 ., Fsft1'fif M -- af- s-g.-- ' -- J 56 lx: 1' -- LF :ups at is ,. l--, 4 'ft 'wr w--L.-QW Q"'Rlf3'f-fu'-'?lf3'm4:i""'1L""' 'f ' ifVf:"'7'.'t may J- . f' . . ,N ,- -Pflmf i L., . Q, 'M me N .N tt fm- A . '-Ref i'.f..- 2 +...i gl E,-SEL. '! ----f-fi: Ef.ef"f:lg.,' A "ft-i5N',i:L' t-TZ?fa..1-ff-3'-1f4L14l"1zg.b'gf ' -X 'A' Jlhevis , I t t 1 V Ll . ' l 0 .Z ilmll . A "Fl ll' 'll n ,iv Nh. lj, I 0 003 000 0 ,, A ll in t 'ull , '1 ull. dull I t 'I ol ' M 0' :itll ul - I r lil Ip., nu' b OLSON, Nonnm, ANDERSON, MCLAUGHLIN Iwi' go p 6310 lg TENNIS l t rl I ' I I all THE Tennis Team of the spring of 1925 consisted of Orville Olson, Melvin Mc- ,K Laughlin, Delbur Nordin and Sigvald Knutson. The team of the fall of 1925 All ll lwlai mag? up of Orville Olson, Hedwin Anderson, Delbur Nordin and Melvin Ill c aug 1n. '- mga ' . 02,43 N Thespring team finished in third place. The fall team made N " - tml' the best showing that any East Side team has ever before displayed. , 'I This team gave severe beatings to Roosevelt, Marshall, Central, and '- I ml' West. This was the lirst time that any Edison tennis team has been Jul ll' vlilctor over the latter two high schools. The team made a creditable II ' I s owing by tying for second place. , " mga 'DEW M This spring, with all the veterans back and a promising lot of 5 I new material, the outlook is very bright. Melvin McLaughlin has lull been elected captain of this spring's team. iid" ll, l ,- llll Interest in tennis has increased a hundred fold since its inception W I lo t , at Edison and due credit must be given to Mr. Hugh Curran, coach, oil . . ' f by whose efforts this has been accomplished. FMD ,, I N I- El - ,N The team showed good form in all the meets and carried the Q Hi" Mmm MCL,,,,,,,,L,,, Edison traditions, light and sportsmanship, onto the courts. It .1 l 'll ll ,s .2f+L4f:l'l' T -- iii' V fi'-ll'-a a I, ,V ' v ' It " 'gf' in li . x 1 ---... . . .. t x , . , . ' .. .,. N if,- in , '- " ' . 1' 1 ' iahql' q 1 N '. " of t vt t ' ff. w,' 1, 'W ,H A A ab- ' we ,, ,w I, ,..., .-., . - , --H ,J - , . ' ' eil- ,-L . .A , f . .Le x ' 'X H 1-11:3 -, ,,t 4- , A-H -, - -- t ' ' "' -Lg' ::.. - . 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'1?E1'1',11fAv..ii 415-f.A1i3Li"75if:" f . xii. -' '- rf- '-"' g: -mu. 1 'ANL' Hn-is f-1 A gf-'aw .,,.,f- Vzgx . 1 ,"er5g24-sf2gQiiQ1fia5i' gig 1,1 ,'fa15?f11i-5-'?ft?if3ft it -U'tfAfFf+3+'ef -. ' - Y .,.,,,,.,,,, W Q- , ,,,.:...,...,..,.,,, 1 -,- , ZW ,, "7 -:-.--!:::4....-:-+- +-'43-7' "7 ------f -mf: '--' ' Y ' 71 L' 1 'I Wal! J I 1 4 if :Pi-41 -1 m ,911 .111 I, 11 It 1 gm r 1 ,, .1114 ,ME L 1 1q G 1 11 1 131 M ' 1 1 tb go '1 11 . 1 V 0 , A 004 V ll f , I , ' X I ' ' 1 1 4 d em , 11111 1 ll 1 Back R0W1PF.TERS0N, Banc, P. SEARLES, H1-IDGER, ROBINSON, MCINERNEY 1 L' 1 Franc ROW-'PTAK, Bowmis, C. Smnns, Poor., SINCGCK, KAUTH, lll0EN, ANDERSQN P4 'c ' M 0 ID 11 CROSS COUNTRY 1- y xl! HE 1925 harrier team lived up to the standard of its predecessors and finished 3 f with the leaders with a season,s record of four wins and two defeats. This is I 1 V an excellent showin ,N considerin the lack of veteran material that Coach Miller 'l 1 f d 11 1 fgh g "'1 - oun at t e start o t e race. . - Qgg ' Captain Leonard Kauth made a wonderful showing and every .9341 .4 meet found him breaking the tape. Russell Sawyer invariably fol- ,. " lowed close at his heels. Captain Kauth broke the record for the , ' course and left a mark for next year's team to shoot at. iProspects for next year' are bright, as only three veterans fin- ' 'II 'I I ' ished their careers for this season. Paul Searles will captain next I I 1 In season s team. .4 Ban POINT WINNERS 152411 Captain Leonard Kauth ----- - 88 3' N Russell Sawyer ------- - 83 ' ll ,Ir .loe Tomczyk - - - 54 lxlu Paul Searles - - 41 IJ' , ' Einar Anderson - I - 37 ll Earl Peterson - - 26 5.111 Norman Moen - - 19 0 Hilton Pool - - - 15 0 000 . George Robinson - - 14 090 Y Roland Hammond - - 14 1" ,I Il Reuben Nelson - - 7 Franklin James - - 2 'T Ray Ptak , , , 2 PAUL Smnuzs 11 ' C .ll P41 11' 1 Ev.. 1 g..1j i 1 1 1 1 Q . - 1 1' 1:1 ,i C is 111 1 1 -Q C , . :mf W xx 5 Lqf.1, w 4j,, 311115, U igrii - 'vt 1,1 j:3:w, .A1 1 is A KH -5 M V, xr- I Lb -, 1 ,Lim Q 111 A '1 1, QD - i'..:bJJ::. 41 l l,:.1 1 ,. . Tu na! V1 H ' up , f-75x:l1HIfl 1 : if-'IMI -- H3 13-.g N'--i 'ri jg 'lmfmlill llN!,'f f 5,f4q,r ,LA , , -, W - 1 ' 11 1 - ' 1. '. . - 1 J' Q 1 - ua - s S 'L' 1 . f .-, ik p sl...-sears ' -1 an W 1. 111 1, -, , "'- " i 1 ' , ,, " 1 lllliii .ii ,-'1- .11 'ifilfizi-:. One V Hundred Eleven MILTON ZIERMAN Milton Zierman had served for two years as manager when his duties ended with his graduation with the class of January '26. ulVlilt" during his two years of work proved himself a will- ing worker and an excellent manager in every way. He left a good record of eliiciently conducted athletic contests. RUSSEL PINCOE Russel Pincoe was student manager for a period of one year and he carried out his duties in a precise and handy fashion. He is a graduate of the Jan- uary ,26 class, and when he left, the managerial affairs of the new school were in definite and smooth shape. Russ well deserved his manager's letter. GEORGE WALTER George Spano, with his business-like manner and ability to accomplish things on his own initiative, proved one of the best managers in the history of Edison. George made a football letter in his last year and then took up his managerial duties for the spring session. He grad- uated with the June '26 class. SPANO WOODRUFF Walter Woodruff paired with George Spano as student manager for the spring term. He proved a trustworthy and re- liable manager and carried out his duties efficiently and with precision. The duties during the spring term were unusually heavy, but Walter did his share in a pleasing manner. One Hundred Twelve Dow, Snmis, Fox SEASON REVIEW HE season of play just completed found the Blue-Gold. teams living up to the athletic prestige of the school and battling ,for top positions. The basketball team Won a city and a Twin City title while the puck chasers met defeat only once and that at the hands of West in the championship game. The cross-country squad again ,was among the first three leaders and always was dangerous, and in the race for city honors. The tennis team for the spring of 1925 completed the seasonls play in third place while the fall team tied for second place. Prospects for this spring were very bright. Baseball, after receiving a tardy start, found the 1925 team staging a comeback and finishing the season with a standing of three wins and Hve defeats. Prospects for a winning team for 1926 were more than bright with the return of seven vet- erans from the team of 1925. Track also showed a good prospect of a winning team. Swimming interested more athletes than previous seasons and the team made a creditable showing. The gym team gave a Hue account of itself and the Gym-Nite event proved a success. Football was the least successful as to wins and losses, but made up for this by upholding the Edison reputation for'fight, grit, and perseverance. The boys deserve a world of credit for the fights they gave opposing elevens. The season of 1925-26 can be truly termed a success from the showing of the teams and school support and spirit. All things point toward even better days. X One Hundred Thirteen X r 1 g . :ii . ,, fi' if - X .. ,, - T3 , K X , 4 A-'Yes.,5aaf':1.ft1E,iQ ' 7Ejf"+?::.1- tr " Q' " 'rf . -V- .JF -'24 11141-T gf: M It A sibiffywgg W Miss H0sMEn '- Miss GIBLER A THE PURPOSE or THE G. A. A THE purpose of the G. A. A. is to play a game for the love of the sport, to create such an interest in athletics as to continue after leaving school, and to develop good sportsmanship. The latter has been accomplished and shown this year in the volleyball games more than elsewhere. Chevrons-are awarded for 100, an old English "E" for 600 points, and a silver loving cup for 1,000 points. A letter is usually earned by the end of the sophomore year. More cups and letters have been awarded this year than ever before. To get a cup a girl must be an all-around athlete, entering almost every sport. The girls who have earned letters this year are: Genevieve Suss, Dorothy Granquist, Florence Jacobs, and Mary Simus. The girls who will be presented with a silver loving cup this spring are: Verna Verlo, Margaret Thies, Lorraine Bursch, and Florence Cich. There are two types of sports, minor and major. The minor sports are hiking, swimming, tennis, skating, and track. The major sports are hockey, baseball, Volley- ball, and soccer. lnterclass teams are organized in the major sports which offer some very keen -playing and close competition. Swimming has been the most important minor sport of the season. About 10 girls have won 100 points in elementary swimming and 4 have won an additional 100 points in life saving. This is the iirst year that any school on the East Side has awarded points for life saving. Those who have qualified for Junior Red Cross Life Saving are Dorothy Cranquist, Temple ,Watson, Jeanette Carlson, and Elva McKinnon. ' - Track has become an indoor sport for this year. No schedule meets have been held other than practices. 'Florence Cich and Margaret Thies were the high point winners in the spring tournament. Hiking has been an outstanding sport this year. The fall captain was Dorothy Granquist. I 1 I, I III III II ,III mga argl II .III ogi ' I II: Iijlll vga III III' III ' 0241 I , . I , I lg- if HI I fr ,,,' , V A l l -..' lfimriiliinf,tifammuEta5,ij5LfgIfj1FTf'?l1i',, ' e T l? , L I' fait, A I' H if .... ilwim- s u.. K I if I al V "zu, 1. jM,,tr1I,w43'IIw 55 7 f'.Ii"l.o'j'ETfk4f?W:b:w iII1r,Ej,T'l'f,f, "-IMI' "1::L'fi1'?iT:. 1 'Law One Hundred Fourteen Top Row--RUTSCIIMUTH, CARLSQN, WATSDN, DAm.1N, RANDAHL, HANLON, PAGE, VALLELY, MCLAUGHLXN Sixth Rawvjumvson, Suss, PARUSCH,-NELSON, DUHAY, DAKE, VEm.o, GonEL, FORSYTHE, NELsoN, Yosr, Wxcx, NELSON, REED Fifth Raw-MERRILL, Banca, Knox, Crea, WOLFE, DEROSIER, HAM1LToN, MCKENNON, GRANQUIST, COULUNE, McGAucHE'1 NIUNSDN, NELSON, ANNIS ' Fourth R010-I"ARREL, FnAz1En, JOHNSON, LAWRENCE, MAGNUSON, Kuscu, HENDRIEKS, ROBERTS, DEGRAY, RIILAM, MCANDREWS, LIEBIG, JARUSCHAK, ANDERSON, LARSQN Third Row4DYrwxcK, BAILEY, RICCRAW, ALBRECHT, TUTKO, TUTTLE, HARTLEY, LUCAS, S0K0LowsKl, MATHENY, STEWART VLACK, SwENsnN, Tl-HES, SADLI-TR, SANDSTRQM Second ROW'-SXVANSON, JACOBS, PUTZKA, GRIFFEN, CASEY, PLACK, HUFFMOCKEL, Miss RAMSWXCK, Miss HOSDIER, Miss G1sLER, OHMAN, PAWLAK, Moon, BENsoN, DAHL, HASTERT, Snvzus Franz ROZU'-'BIEALI-SY, XVARWA, Gmsoivs, BOWELS, KUSSART, CARTWRIGHT, BERGSTROM, BERCMAN, ANDERSON, BENSON, ' NIURLDWSKI, DANFORTII, SANDSTROM G. G. A. FALL TERM SPRING TERM DOROTHY GRANQUIST - - President - LUCILLE MCGRAW LUCILLE MCGRAW - - Vice-President - VERNA VERLo NIARGARET THIES - - 1 Secretary S -MILA SADLER Miss Hosmzn --.- L Iss HOSMER Miss GIBLER - - S Advisers I - - - MISS GIBLER Miss RAMSWICK - - Treasurer - Miss RAMSWICK HE G. A. A. is an organization made up of sport loving and athletic girls. Some seek physical development while others use the organization as a means of recreation. This club is one of the most important organizations of Edison High School for it offers benelicial development both in character and body building. , ,,w 7' I . One Hzmdrerl Fifteen 1 ,a,..,,,-an-wwwaaf F i ..l 1-, .xi n.s,..s,a...-f..m.,,f,,,v.. M- W V .vi Q .sm 5 vw- .11-5'auf-.1--fmmi-,-an-.i.s.,,.f,....e,ss,..,L N, ,M W- . ,..W,ff--a W.-.W-..w... .v.. 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This is the third successive pear that this same team ig-gi under the leadershlp of Florence Cich has won the championship in the inter- gg wifi gi class tournament. Margaret Thies was captain of the Senior team, Verna Verlo of 3 M112 2: Ll 1 15,923 the Sophomore and of the all star team, and Helen Warwa of the Freshman team. ijt? ijtisigif The Freshmen have shown some won- it :WEE . . rm -e it?-525 derfui sportsmanship in these games. 552515 if W li Q ' - 1 z: 553455 They played the game hard and did not stop until the last score had been made, even thou h the la ers were ounffer fi .p . 0 L? in e' and much more inellicient than some of flings X the upper classmen. The all star team ,Q 531: gp 1512-iii defeated West but lost to North. ixpiiii firm! 4!",f1' g fi"-ai , E iigfifi SWIMMING ,g 3 Swimming has been the most impor- gif tant minor sport during the past season. Ten girls have won 100 points in ele- ' ' sw mg: Top Row-CARLSON, WATSON mentary swimming and four gnls have i if Franz Row--GnANQU1s'r, Miss HIJSMER, MCKINNON WOII pO1l'ltS 1l'l life S3.V1I1g. ilij, ' i J" 2 4 !S'- f 4 5 PF mv' I Iwi ,i 15,53 . ... . ,.W....f.........,.g,..m..f.., ,M ..,,,.. ,.-..,,-...T 55 1 3 , ff-" f 1 - A 21151, ff - ii " ' s - gnxli f U . A t :Q " V VT' :dia f K r I V Y W H 1 ,r.. ill A 14 n ' - 1 f .firsrgg is . , F T . s . . s ,,.,.A.ii:L2i...g.,.1...vgLmsLm5...--L...1ig1L.i.,g:Asf551...,..-L.- .,..,.. . ,... , .. .. .,L,.--L.-..gemsL-..,1'...S..--,L.4E.iL...-...e2:Ea2s-:.'f3i:sE.iu..:...airMl 3 --A-Qf..wa-v.ff.wMm,ran-mm-inns.-vs..-W-.nwmfn-nvMg..f-vvmf ,W-1.1,-.,-.,... wmv- W-ffm-e wn.afg.i.s,vm,a.wwu.m s 1-,ms-Aww-,.rw.1f.a-wi.-f-. ,ns-u-n.f..wm,...-....-......-:::..,1:.1r-.. m 1 . One Hundred Sixteen Top RowfBLAsK, Kenra, VERHRUGCEN, Dowmn, HANSON Thinl Row-Wlucs, Ivsnsurz, Hr-:1.sr:'rx-1, ANDERSON, Cams-rnmsou WMWA, W1kGNER Second Raw-Osrnnnzuvr, DALY, ARIBLE, NELSEN, FAUERLEE, Zumin' Franc Rum-Hnwonn, LlNnm.,uu, VERBRUGGEN, Miss Gramm, Dx-:LAsKY, Cmumr., Keno:- HE J. A. C. is the a love of games, fair and clean game, sportsmanshipg some J. A. C. only club for the Junior High School. Its purpose is to create a closer relationship between classmates, a desire to play a and good sportsmanship. Many things are essential for good of them are: Love, courage, loyalty, and fair play. When the girls earn 100 points, they receive an arm band. For each additional sport a small letter is awarded. A membership in this club entitles the member to attend all social functions of it. The athletic activities for the spring were hiking, tumbling, swimming, vol- leyball, and kick hall. An interclass tournament has been held in volleyball. The 8 B's won the championship and the 8 A's won sec- ond place. TUMBLING , Edison is very proud of its girls' high school tumbling team, the only one in the city. Although no G. A. A. Credit is given, the activity is very popular. There has been a marked improvement since last year. Top R0w'g,AMBLE, MMWELL, Jsnosm-IAK, Miss GIHLER, Vsnro Lucns, M. MARTI-11.1. Fran: Row-CAn'rwRIcH'r, L. CAR-rwmcrn, ANDERSON, Bunscn, SADLEIQ, Tm!-:s, GKANDQUIS1' 1 One Hundred Seventeen ,Y , M., - f a ,?i ffm A Q 'A - fi -"Y -'ll' . W' ' 1 l 3f'f1wf'f'rW E ii 7'-JA - xf', ' " W. 1 111,-,fl ,fm Y I, . :lf L . 'L iq ? "' -fb?-4? V Y, V Y f Fm. onli- A M Haste thee, nymph, and bring with thee lest, and Youthful Jollity, Quips and cranks and wanton wiles Nods and becks and wreathed smiles. 5" " "" " ' ""f f """' ll ll Wllll lu. nn 1 A. A 1 'I I1 u .m 1 x rw . .. ,1ullu"lll1 -1 nu, 1- ---- 4 u ' A' '- 4- -' X., 11 :Wg A 1 'tv l lll l xx 5 W..-4s I lj Vim! ll g vx x i! 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My ' -22' T-'A : fl I we - 1"""Q?! 1- l , . it il' - 3 ll Y ' Q , 'N "5'5'221 li' 'T-Y ff T' V' 1' li f 1.3 4" T?i' s--lil CY X' .,, iff .971 'I 'id' Y ' 5' 'A X Y-CL--lu A Y W Knit' - 'A . - ... ,-:-J 1 I Zigrxil X' "E: "I I ' ' 'last -gt q E l , T v. Q 024 v ' 1- ill: ' ,Ill Ill! T T ql' T ' , ' ,I ltr n ui W , ' T N mu- gtg! i 1 l -I ofa - 5 0 0' -1 0043 I V l lliill Sf' T fly! I ,ul 1. 'ul ogol . mga ll , . 1 , W A BIT OF ENCOURAGEMENT E' I This is what the Reviewers had to say: It Illii 1. The following appears in the humour section. We didn't think even a college could I Iv ' do it--New York Times. - I fl ago 2. We leave it to the reader.-Boston Post. , 01513 N , 3. We have never seen anything like it.-Chicago Tribune. A ,rl 4-. riot.-Minneapolis Journal. ' 4 - ' Ill Ll 5. These jokes have a quality all their own. They have been tried and rovecl suc- ' I flAl1th ldf' d h Bt T 't P tl L cess u . e o rien s are ere.- os on ranscr1p . ' 6. An Anthology of High School Humour.-Pioneer Press. ' I' ' r .I 020 ' 'nge ,Ii V W y CONTENTS V 'mn 'IM' Edison Day by Day ................... .... O . 0. Flattire .T Headlines of History ..... T ........... Us ' U Ill V Good 0 Crushesx ..................... - ..... Georgia Smith 1' W1 She ldid ir, don't blame us. . att M Nut House .... - ..... . .......... ..... Y ouid run her out I it You're'.all here ' lug I'-. .lordie Says .......................... . ..... Jordie Himself - . IJ Hull 1 . Weycan spell right when we want to ' K ll J Snaps ' - ' . ' A T To The Funny Pictures A 1 A 000 Intelligence Detector ............. T . . . ...... Us I 90,0 T N History ....... - ...... A .......... g ....... ..... T hem l" gl Read it if you Want tog we didn't. A ,Q ' , Ill P y . . ,g .- I , T ' tllll lil 'll 14 A g , T , .- I Fjiiinf . v,fg,Ml,.,1 . m T-f -. 1' X T f 4 - T ' .eee T MR y i yg , Qs n f' ' I , One Hundred Nineteen fu f , I w , ' . :ii L ,,,v, - N-A-as ' I- me .ani P 'big f5f'fL...sl -5 - , xi -l.f:E...:3..v.,--ii 2" Y I-If "" if .'Q",1i.3f73llL ' ., ,yesu , 4, . x J iw. , , .V ,, r. A , , Ll KY, 3-X , lx 3 N a , if ' I' 'HQ-II -4 fi '3lE7"4ITi1-I-E - r QI r I e. fa-...L -W , If y ., saga 'I y .ii , A A f" 'lvYgtP:'g?'f7g4'v JF'hjg,ytlBL2l 'I-L, bj::i,,j.Li ig-'ff'-- X' X'f'1gnQg-f YJ! V Tir Y Y V T T 4 'YW WYWT A . lm :II aiu' I , EDISON DAY BY DAY M ,, Q .gl O. O. FLAT-TIRE ,mn 1 ,I I I A I SEPTEMBER . ul fn 7--The old gang gets together and -has a good I III si K- Q laugh. Many infants wandering around ill, X II, " . w 71373 In loose. Something oughta be done about it. .I if ,Tfsz,3:fg1J:a.Ih5..2a!ifsi.:5,Yff4., it PIG I. f 1,IIlI,,I,f1,n .,i vator tickets were unnecessary, that the 4, , f-- ' ' if ' ,V v' second hand lunch room had gone out of Id' V " T 'i ,bg existence. - ' y I' na: I I ,Kim 10-Stupendous enrollment for Solid Geometry. I SEQ' r V Q ,Q Q Investigation from ol'Hce proved the rush 'I 4 ' ff' V!-gj'5' due to new pedagogical appointment dur- 3-il p ,I ing the summer. Gordon Reed headed the p . I , . f 1 stampede. 'll 12-Two of the four horsemen, Red Sawyer and .. 'Ill I 'II Lennie Kauth led the sprinters around the 'ml ll' athletic field fexcuse 1t, pleasej. Horn - up lv- - and Nelson also ran. fThey seemed to be -I ga looking for somethingzj ' mfg.-3 Q mga 20-The annual lunch-period horse-shoe pitch- Q .I u- I I ing club was organized. The following f .XI I X members, Mr. Hendricks, Mr. Pile, 73' if -I . Miller, and Mr. Ahlstrom, were seen hero- J. , I' ' ically heaving the symbol of luck. - ' .M il lb I 23-Mr. Pile threw the first ringer after three , 01 L I ,- I, days of effort. If I' . .930 11 25-Jerry Maze wore a tag, HI am a better stu- ,fgg i I. ' I dent." Ha-ha-what is the world coming J I ' to? L ' ' 2 ' 1 30-The Scintillators led by President Zierman All' I I ll. '6Raise Cainf' ' - fn 090 ' OCTOBER ,vim N I . 1-Miss Hobbs moves. There was a great dis- I Im Q ' A ' - ' ' . "' ' A " turbance, and midst many yells and groans, I "f s, , the advisory group moved from 306 to 200. g l 'X T : Q 14'-Louis Polaczyk actually advanced the pig ld. .. ,, skin two feet in a practice game with the I- l I 'L' " W ,A scrub eleveng . 030 ' W' jx 18-The most important even of the year tran- 9243 , ,7 "'If1 I 4. I - 1.-Q, spired this month. A noted humorist vis- f I.. W A 5 ited our schoolg namely Leland F. Stark, fi and conducted the entire student body on I a hilarious trip to Steamboat Springs. -alll If , 1 U I .l1?AAt,,,x I ., , .. y 1 I 4. - I ' ma. I We it-' 5mf,f' ii5gf2i '? ' n 'f f' .... , , n If i 4l" 'AIIItIlll'l u. In . 1 ' ' 1 Orie Hundred Twenty ' NOVEMBER V 3-Bub Schulze appeared with his blazer. Many girls were carried out of study hall. E--egg! , ig. 10-All Senior Party-great success, everybody - A thought everybody else a joke. 5- n 5 X 30-6'We are all children at heartf' None of XI' ,.',, us realized that until Kid Day. Russ , Sawyer was arrested for speeding on his h-if 'i A scooter at the Sunlight. As a fine he had f M 1 f gclirgive Eleanor K. three trips around the Z , 7, DECEMBER ' -. ' at 35-X X 41-Theatrical season opens with the faculty V play. The Senior group was there and ap- -'llidilbl-J. n E .ia plauded everything. They had to make up work just the same- 1 Z gl ff x ' 1 gf' 6 X 'xi' "1 ,fi if X ygiblkhxo fl' Qt S ,Z .,4f,f,Q.i,, mg , - 'Q ,N y 5. 7 ' if fx Q :Q N , 1 - ,gt Mm .4 lim fr- .. f' ii xlvm X Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind, U i Thou art not so unkind As manis invratitude. . Q' 5 ill D . X X 4 7 ll--Dramatic Club plays-those whose spirit or f pocketbook was not broken attended. xljaf 17-The "Yokohama Maid" was a success in lv! ff 1 more ways than one. For instance-Miss , . 469 Seaman tried to get rich quick and also 491, ,, of - . . . . . . ,' ,. show her journalistic ability by breaking F' N 'H' into print with a big story about Roy An- N as ' derson's quick shave at the operetta. i7 f..li .,,,f.Vf 18-Vacation. Everybody holler! JANUARY J 20 Studies neglected while the uCleam" gains , favor. - 27-The 12 B,s gave the 12 Ais a grand ball. .- J. Mr. John Laing and Miss Phyllis Owen J' acted as bouncers. I FEBRUARY I. 22-Vacation. , ,X " '11 1' SNS 1-J MARCH I ZZ M55 10-The Class Play escaped from school an fe- 641-Eli --- ,Kyla hour early today and took a trip to the Met.. under the. supervisiongof Miss .Tupper. gg ' Quit Monkeying around, said Miss Tup- ,H n W up 5 M plerireziosghse took a bag of peanuts from A, g f E LT? 17-We advise the Swedes to vet a 4'St. Olaf's" "E ff' Ni d D I Ain. ay. -- e One Hundred Twenty-One HEADLINES OF HISTORY SOULMATES CLASH PEACE AT LAST Cleopatra Walks Home A . Ireland Quiet From Ride to Actium '4People All Deadv Says Cromwell IQQPAND WINDS Hoi? WEATHER: SHOWERS THREATEN Hts Own Press Agent :Miter Me, the Delugev Says Foes - Says Kung HJOIN NAVYeSEE WORLD" EMPEROR TO RENO ':See America Firstv MFOT Your OWN GOOFZH Says Columbus Says Bonaparte to Wife at Train SOVEREIGN WEPS , QUEEN SCORES HIP-HOOTCH Henry VIII Meets Two Wwes on Trtp 6, k . d ,, Nothing to Say Ma es for Re Noses Says Vtetorza HELIZABETH IN QUANDARYN COOK'S TOUR TO POLE 4'How to Celebrate Royal Father's "Ice Man,s Paradise" Wedding Anniversariesn Reports Doctor , IW Xwmxx' A ' I SCX S X J C ff A533 ffl ' . G S 'S I ff. 9 N XV KJ' . 1 5-- ..., .,-A-4 1-1" -- AMQ. I fum., sys fy b T .H ' X X Z' I ' 22' f " ' A 63 if 2? 'e W5 'Cf 1 'lf' 1 I SI Q f V A 'O Q f f I f --,Ii I 1 , 'W fi i 2-'-1' ,I 'Lf U ' ' X'-MR' Q RI! 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R - - ' ' " ,f x 'rr' or tau.: X -2 " .N vt. .- ' Q 1 . -' 'ffs"+f:j3-gr...--.,,- is N - .4 'u -1 - li 5" ' " - .CYHLJ . ,W leg.. f- -sr :!:!"e! B' k"'1-ef-5+ '43-2-lf'J'X 'L:.'2'lM'l!r 1-in - H gm A Wifi I . ul . ' NUT HOUSE mg 'lv INMATES KEEPER CAUSE OF CONFINEMENT CURE FAVORITE' SAYING Marion S. .. ....Milt. L. .... Butterliy chasing ......... .Milton ......... .... M ilton says i 'lk Red P. .. ...-Ed Lessman ....Football . ........ .... A good fight .......... Oh! Ed! I-ui' bliii . lla? :ll 'lei gl iii! il ill Sy Fitz. . . . . . Nell R. .... . . . Leeta K. . . . . . . Phyllis ...... . . . Harold K. Peter M. John L. .. Betty G. Ann M. .. A. c. G. Spano ... "Mel" R. .. Kenny H. .. ... E. Casey .. Irma H. Lois L. .. Al K. Irma P. .... Peter R. M. Guzy Marg. N. Anita S. Vera M. Walt. K. F. Murrell Claire' M. Earl N. A. Horney Ruth S. .... .... . I. Santy ..... Gerry S. H. Sadler' Betty'lR. Hoops N. B. Newman Bud K. ... Hilton P. Georgia .. . Ben ........ .? .......... .Bud. C. . . . .Several ..... .Agnes W. . . . . .Not so sure . . . .Harriet ...... .Bub Schultz ........... .Only would lJe's .Ben ................. . .L. Kauth .Ruth Peterson . . . . . . .Kenneth Gray . . . . . . . .Ray . . .... ..... .Brown Eyes Beulah Goder ........ Public Speaking . . . . . . . She was naughty . . . . . . . .Automatic Silencer .Learn to knit Late hours ......... . . . .More sleep . . . . Falling in love . 305 ............ Hard to catch His voice ...... Dangerous eyes . A party ....... English ......,... . . . . .Well, I think . . . .Oh by gollyl .. ..Oh! my hair . . . .I'm so tired . . . .I Hunked The fairer sex . . . . . . . .Drop BUl11PiU' .Footlights ........ ....Stcpping Being a modern . . . . . . . .His grin .. ..... .Women . . . Manhatcr . . . Basketball .... Helen Plack ...... . . To grow up . . . Hopeless . . . . . ....A good fall ...A A good meal .... A couple of "A's" Fraternity row . .... .. Flirting .............. .... Making fudge for? ........A good shock .Hard to satisfy. ....... Big feet . ........... .... A louder suit .Walter W. ..... V. .... Ask her . . . . . .5 foot 2 ..... . . . .Mike Shine . . . .Needs none . . . Delbur N. ...... .... . . .A certain party . .Wanted badly ......... .George Gullette .Out of town .. .Helen Watts . .Melvin McL. .. .Handsome ..... .Miss Seymour ........ .. ...... Marion Holmes .... He's looking .. .El. Samuelson ......... Where'd she go .A wow .Another new one .Single . . ..... . ....... .. .Long boy Lila Gr. ......Bill Gutnecht L. Varnum ....Eventually Dot. 10. .... ......1, 2, 3 .... .... . . Evelyn I. .. ..... Sonny K. .. ..... .The boy friend .Verna Verlo ..... .... Herding fems . Gladys Heen . . . .Capability . . . S udying .... Conscience . Blind Drags . . Arguments . . . ....An awful line . Marcela' ......... ....Not much! .. ...Bluffing ...... . . . .Buggy Riding . .... .More in formation Dodge Sedan ......... helping hand ...... .Left it ut home . . ..Bub and I- . .. .Oh my dear! . . . .She told me- . . . .She's a Lulu . . . .Where ya going . . . .Gosh it's hard .Sounds like- .See ? . . . .Sure enough . . . .Oh get, out . . . .Well I guess . . . .'Tink it ain't . . . . . For the lova Mike . . . .Hot sock! .Bubble, bubble More liberty .... . ..... What's them? Well the doc said ....Get out of my way A faster talker . . . . . . . .I see your point Haven't found it ....... I'll be a martyr Helen . ................ Yes, dear! A mother's care ...... .Oh there goes Mel. Heavy thoughts .... . . . . Wizard typing ..... . . .. Too many to list .... Nope- .. ....... . Miss Seymour .. Dates ............. ....T. N. T. .... . ....Pestering Her disposition .. Variety of fudge Dating 'em General complaint Sittin' out . . Tbeatricals . . Edna Bernier . . . . Can't be done .. Too far gone .... No cure ...... A steady ........ Well, we hopes- .6 study periods . . . . . . Cuts ........... . . . . . . . . . ..Elevator job . . .More teasers . . . . We don't think . . . . . . lt was censored ... .... Sunny hair .... Too handsome .. The Holberg Twins . . . .What? . . . .Gimmie the slips . . . .Yahl I won't . . . .Hey, you! . . . .My word! Monk., ....Who is she? . . . . .Outa gas, sorry! .0h, but dumb . . . .Oh my Eddie . . . .Oh you're mean Tried everything .... . . .No! .About what time? ....Thot l'd pass out! Let alone ...... ....... C how Mein ! I-'61, Til' " 4 Iii: fill' IW.. to 'iii 'mil' . ul' Il' 1' gill.. tilt Ali' iw' I . " nl iii' lilllli IH ' Jerry M. .. .....She gave it up Always broke .... .... A girl on a diet . ..... Where'll we go? l Gladys A. . . . .... Arnie Jader .... .... H' er bob .... . . .... Juicy 'fruit ......... . . .Can you imagine? 1 1.1 Ill ' 'll - ,fi-2 - S21-" ' ' -" ' A . 1 - -- A--4 tp -A. ,. 2' -5. . ,- .1 llHlI'llfiI F .,I t- - " ' I: v. l I S. LI ll' 1 -. - 'i . N '. ,wi . , "' '., EMI 'I , Si M' .. -Q.. 53: -a .A-xD X. . - 'I ' li' , . . -... ,WW ll -.M f I " 1 . - " w .L'+f" iw il - fy Q I lil! dy !': hifi Sl '4 3 1 ' asf? -' li std: :- iv. it E " K " !: i"" '-'. ""!lf'l"f"'5!T'iiTi'I " 5wg?lqg'l' .. .X fi at, 1 vi - , e eg. Q 'Elf' ...PW ref- my 5,--1'-21?lI.t'g . -MQ l'.lWl"' dl wi ' l.,,5J l '5::2E -' I . vw Ties H fi "IVF ' A ' Qmftifii- -f 9 ' X Aki- ' 'ifilfiizifismqlxdllw W v .451 H-,LL ' 1.1.-.,,,' V -? I ..-- . 4 wg' "4 M 1 1 'ti-'l. - l ' wldlit-.1 2 Mlm ' A- r .fx - ,.:- . , , . 1 +4 ,,f..-if -L: u.. T ' u 1 1 One Hundred Twenty-Four One Hundred Twenty-Five 'ii V ff' f s .. , L. ee - ,ff , 7 H L. it 1, 3 egfifielgf 'f 1 ' :ms , A 'Lf ' ful?-fr ' ' ff....2-1-' E 1 V x Q 5 H. e - -- ' 1 r g - 1 E f I - 1 fi. ' f? X N07 P D' ,kr X if ' X ar-4 l l -'Ili' ki ai! Y' ! .Q X X 1 'S 'V' 'f , ,. L.dg.f'f.L awn mm 53511 ,F .ik 531 -E-ggi? all lpn- it f 1 , 1 Joanne SAY sz mv'-Q A ' .1---'-7f'5 l 'I 1 , .Sl mm ll K4 in till 'W 7'lO'flCC1T-AISIS Kew .' X Cav-Ui: Draw Go-Ee. QS I-M tl 777.O'Brrew-1 Q 'Huw LJ 5 'Z l Z lp' I in 4 f . KG Q54-4' . f - Pavlowa is to dance over the radio soon. . ll' :F li' . The meanest man we know takes a sack of potatoes home to his kids with a layer of oranges on top. ii' 31 1 We'd like to choke: The dear who says Hall rightief' The hozo who says, "Now, all together, fel- lowsf' A lot of our popular girls, won't-have any- thing to do with anyone except "them-as-has." PF 41 if , One reason most girls like buggy rides is that they never have far to walk. '44 if FF Frank Pelakis girl is sick. He wants' to know if anyone's got a spare. ak sg ak Margaret Nordholm is all ready to write a bookg all she needs now is the plot. is 44 SF Miss Door wanted a Suggestive Description of Joyg Claire Murphy wrote food. :gt 4: We hear Red Porter's going to deliver ice this summer. Some of the best jokes in this school are well known pupils, and then again, look at the teachers. ' 'll' 4' 34 Marion Stevens went to a Studio Party the other night and she says that if she goes again she's going to take out "onion insurance." 1' 41 1? Miss Ber: "Lyle, did you talk while I was out of the room?,' Lyle Dow: "Only onct." Miss Ber: "Rosalind, what should he have said?" R. Kossart: "Twict.', sf as sf Bud Caldwell wants to know why all the girls smile at himg a sense of humor, Bud, a sense of humor. 5? F? 42 D' ya' 'member when Lois Lloyd cried when she got a MBU-O temps, 0 mores! ' 31 if 41 uLaff that offf, said Mrs. Gillies as she sprinkled the Fails over the report cards. I 231 F14 ' "lt won't be long now," said the Monkey as he caught his tail in the lawn mower. 1 ' IE Y' . iv --i ---f ms 5 A has "'e X J , W1-MA mi ra av fy gy. llihln- 'haf 5 in 'igfyllfigtsgwgrilt ,. y V, N v f .W TR I F 15,x., i.,,Ma -Z Egg,- X g lf. :Hi gf 1,351 qiirtpgm+1f1Jig,fI,,.r. 5 , M1 W gk ,M niwwid f :r im B iFAiiiilq2A" ' th D an f 'I' Q f-J , X. "-'. ' 1131 wi -ff "Qi W One Hundred Twenty-Six . 5-F e ill ' N 1' i 2'-bm' -, . . V -lc:- is-7,.. ,' NF - 1 - " " ' x---Q -L., 'E A it A VI :Lg ll Ei by in ?4Q:Qd ,',B-:w .T K-Y-4 ,Easifix if --3 Ll WEL if " ilu. .hi ' J-4 J - f." ' Sn 2 . 17 of f 'S-J. 5 1" . A Y ' 'f - 'C"'3?f115lafjw5J ' , dl., H. -. vi .aiu l Following is the Intelligence Detector applied to the faculty of our Academy. Answer each question by placing 1TH true or LFP, false in the space before it without changing the order of the words. 1.1 2.1 3.1 4.1 5.1 6.1 7.1 8.1 9.1 1 10. NAME Mr. Curran. . . . Miss Q Hobbs. . . Mrs. Mclntyre. Miss Seaman. . Miss Seymour. Miss Ber ..... Mr. .lanes ..... Miss Elwell. . . Mr. Pile ...... Mr. Hendricks. Miss Erb ...... Miss Door ..... Mrs. Gillies . . . Mr. Tuttle .... Miss Harroun Miss Donovan . Mr. Ahlstrom. . Mrs. White .... All feathers horses have. Mermaids snow shoes 'wear. Wet weather milkmen like. I Tiger cats is only. Bathing suits are worn to church. Queen Victoria rode a motorcycle. Stripes won't hold your sox up. The Village Blacksmith is good Poetry. Salmon is gold fish only. Q Yes, but where was Willie? RESULTS ATTAINED ....100.... ....100.... 100 Miss Ramswick ...... .... . . . . Mr. Erickson. . Miss Dick ..... 30 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 . .... 100 .... . . 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 WHY ....Had ....Had . Had ........Had Lost -her ......Had ....Had ....Had '.Had ....Had ......Had Crib Crib Crib Crib Crib Crib Crib Crib Crib Crib Crib ........Had Crib ........Had Crib Got- wrong Crib ........Had Crib ......Had Crib . . . .Had Crib . . . .Had Crib . . . .Had Crib . . . .Had Crib . . . .Had Crib Mr Cook wishes to say that he. is very proud of our record and' he also wishes to say that he was very fortunate in the matter of' securing cribs although it was both carele s and provoking to Miss Seymour and Mr. Tuttle to make such avoidable mis- takes and thus bring the average of the school down. However, it is hoped that they will profit by their mistake and do better in the future. vfiiil-AL , - f. '4g?,f.' n l fr. HF gh r', oft! A Q- W' , ' Am' W " ,Fl UL l?l'2EE?' EE"l1lb22f.h. as -em' ln "Nil W e fi fnii feie 1 af iw--ai i e uv -vfX'H' "?Mf 'l - 1 'Q -w r g.W"'1t... -af 1 One Hundred Twenty-Seven One Hundred Twenty-Eight l NEW BOSTON N the history of a community, its origin is usually quite mythical and speculative. The early facts are too often lost in the haze of memory-a part of an almost forgotten past. ln the minds of the "old timers," these facts seem but the fadingmemory of their youthg and the facts concerning the early days of the community can be derived only from oft-repeated anecdotes of the older generation. The history of the early days of New Boston has somewhat been pre- served in the relating of these tales. The first attempt at developing this locality was made in 1859 when "Hoyt's Addition" was platted and Union Street, now Central Avenue, was laid out along a wagon trail, used by the father of A. W. .lesperson as a means of ingress and egress from his farm at Ham Lake, to the thriving village of St. Anthony. This attempt at development did not meet with great success, however, and very little was done until 1882, when what has since been known as the "Blake Housesi' were built. These were the first homes to be built here. Their construction was begun by L. F. Menage, but was completed by John D. Blake, who purchased the property of Mr. Menage. Because of the activities of Mr. Blake in advancing this community, it was often referred to as 4'Blake,s Addition." The 'fBlake Houses" were scattered along Harrison Street, as Union Street was then called. About one hundred and twenty-five of them were built at this time. They were unpretentious little dwelling places, consisting of live rooms, built on lots twice the size of our present city lots. A fence consisting of four-by-four posts with a four-bylfour rail set in a HV" notch at the top of the post surrounded these modest homes. In all these buildings a certain style of chimney was constructed, known as the "Boston Top." It is rumored that Easterners, when they saw these homes, remarked, '4Why, this is a regular New Boston." The name was further advertised by an early settler in this community. This man, a milkmau, painted the name, New Boston Dairy, across his wagon, which was a common sight on the streets of New Boston. Much credence has been given this anecdote as the origination of the name of "New Boston," by which this community has for many years been known. The locating of the Soo Shops of Shoreham in 1887 proved a great boon to the community. This center of railroad operations employed a goodly number of meng who, to be near their employment, located near and about Shoreham. The result was that New Boston early became a community of railroad meng and even today, with the advent of other industries, it is still so identified. The Shoreham Shops, in carrying on its work, today employs about fourteen hun- dred meng many of them living in the neighborhood. The street car, in the first days of its innovation, was but a very poor predecessor of our present system. The cars were small, and were drawn by horses or mules. But one man was allotted to a car, to perform the various duties of collecting the fares, driving the horses, and putting the car back on the track, with the assistance of the male passengers. The latter was necessary with such frequence that it was almost a regularity. In the winter, straw was strewn on the floor to keep the patrons from freezing. New Boston has been most graciously endowed with those things that go to make a pro- gressive community: Schools, libraries, industries, parks, clubs, and churches. But few remember the days of its beginningg and to these few, we are thankful for the facts which their memories have preserved. One H un tired T we ntzl-N ine One Hundred Thirty - VVYVVV W W V ,I , rf- , I B U! M I A -. . ' ,- I T' an 3 M. 1 iff .Lf 5,95 3 -164-f ,jx :!3:"5" "II I' : " ""'I1'W"1-. '- j 'U' V "tiff--I' illifii' f. v M 1- In-.-I wr, 3-:.,.-J -- -,N r .' - -f ,LA ,- A 'J I, ' ,.., J -fi 'I' '. --, ,rg . NQNSL . ,f If . 511 f fmw . W, - 1 , ' " V , V 'ifx k M -X .+- . M -nf' - . L Y. A' ' 'Fla I ' ,, -V f kg, 4. ,I .. A .hg't1L' .X I. , . is-s',..,,g! . --,-ff'--,,, hifi' ,2 .E es - I' I LL: ,fx-f. . Q- wif ff-F1 ' I l N "' Q' V1 -T 1:1-g, ' 'i L4 ': If eu I E .,,-,Q- x x . - L H:-N E 'III rn 1 I V ml Y , F , ,wan II .HI I Fffff ?f3"F3'??'?F??f s- , "Iffrrf+7r'Mcf?n.f714ffI?MIx7zfx?Ifffrpfzfirxfrmffrf?LfiIff7I?1+fv4ffvf7I.ff7I?2 I ADVERTISEMENTS I I I i'++++++i'++++'I'+++++++++++'?+++++++i'i'+++++++i'+ I II ' I 0 ooea Ifnnh QIIIIB Ulqiruz 7 Q25 I I I I I I 'R 0911211 than these hnnrs II in nppuriunitg zmh Im nhunztteh In 1 2 art nf fur,-aelg huatrrhuttng 1 2 nwrrwn 4 nllztr T ff ff' Y ffff F I, I I 'l I, I II I II III I I, III III: III 'MI III ,II IQIII ' I III IIIIIII DRI! I ' I :Il IIII II I III I :I III' H- I ,II I I I I - . Ig I : mm-Im AM IAA III :I III . H1 , Ha My Im, 'III -IAAF , .q If naw m QI I II WI., v ,I ,EEA I ll II III 3- I at I I I ' I I I One Hundred Thi1'ty'One X 1 A I 0 4. . nI . Ii 4 4' 4 0 EI In I IH c . I 'Y O' O 0' 4 0' 1 Q- IIIII I I . ' Gail 'In IIN! In I , IIII: I Nl! 2 I-4 1' r r r F 1' r r gb r r r I r IQ III' I In IIII1 III EE E E I I E .15 , I , . - 'E II I, 'I I IN- 8 flu I I 4.51, f f ,9qI"I,, Ik ,Qf' ,III I-if IIIIINI, ,, I,I d w W IIIMQIM' Im .lu II WI X ir ,r l J-L :Em-7, , 5, , 1' Il QE I , I . H 1- -I ,, 2 1-2 .7 Ll , ' I ,,, I 1 I, .- q'w.x!! yr4.A w,7:LA l: , , dm, J X-X , I I -. 1 . IIE. ll' 1 In A Q I! +I, Y V V, ,-E, - U Daytons is Style Headquarters Yozzrbir Summer Tocgr Qeeeg The Stuih Deh Shop -exists to serve the High School Girl. Styles that understudy the 4'Deb" are tailored to fit the 6'Sub." Sport Frocks--decorative Georgettes-bright cool Printsg Cape-back Coatsg Hats, small and silkeng large Milans,-all are se- lected for the "particular" years between 13 and 17. The Giurllgs Store -suggests to the lucky Freshman of 14 or 15, that Wash Frocks have all the style charm of silks or crepesg that white Middy Blouses are jauntier with matching Skirt, that a g'CriCket" Sweater is twice as becoming with a pleated wool Skirt, brightly plaided. When Youth Steps Out The Balcony Shoe, Shop oifers the young women a selection, at 86.50, from more than 50 varied styles ........ 4'Felice," a pretty patent or tan calf pump, is built just for the Hlunior Miss." .... Boys are divided between the smartness of a low, tan Calf, with balloon toe, and an Oxford in brown elk. lin the lllioygs Store --the smartest Suits lead a 'acheckeredi' career this season. Whether Knicker styles for Boys, or long-trousered Suits for young men, the new worsteds. cassimeres, English diagonals, flannels, are woven in small but striking Jacquard patterns. A new Cap is the HTraueler',-jaunty, crushable as a hanclkerchief. The Dayton Company' One Hundred Thirty-Two S WWW or Q G ,i ei as ' truss? fffm 1926 Pnsque 1926 'Wizard 1:1216 Hcsperian 0' ARYUV' 'D 'fin-w5W?s Q Jawa? Km sarwrz 1 - if?-v-1:37 QQVWP-5045 3 A KW? W, Q Wd S' W if' Y ffivoimgkndoaiaoi igffifi ZMTSL Ls.:-vrw 12421311 4, Jt EQ, e 4 3 Y T 'rQ+ 1 4 3 w i The Gopher of Nineteen Tufenfy Seven The Printer! Page 'K INES OF DISTINCTIQN:' may be tlhe eparacreristici 7-N.22,'N term attri ute to an o the pages completecif by craftsmen of our shops, ww pages ex- pressing their character thru the mediums of typography and artistry, as well as literary content and art copy supplied by those whom we serve. new It has been a pleasure for us to prepare this Volume with you. . QQ Y AUGSBURG PUBLISHING HOUSE :QE + 5SgQW 'i" W QW ' 2!iYK '.. NN ygf?-is www a e nr H1926 La Concha 1 , ,, ' N 15126 Cardinal J ' M rf 2 gf- ., 1 Q X x I ,,.. f, L+- sew-fs -i s ifwfaalgg- ' I 1 :I :U Y - 1 , 9.574-f p vf ' , Q L , V - L 11126 Polaris y emo . 11. egg? J' 'if ,G 'Z' his esiswnhfgv Tr Q ze--,ss 'Ngf' L 415-419 so. FoURTH STREET - MINNEAPOLIS Q 139,-'ff'-',",QQ,L425 T 1.1111-.-.1111..11i11i111-1..1-1.-111g-.inn-lln1 ELS SWANSCN FUEL, FEED, AND TRANSFER OFFICE, 1831 CENTRAL AVE. Gladstone 2176 -mit -. .. - - .. - -,- .. - .. -......m-....-m.-,..- ..f-,- ... -,- - - ... - - - -,,, -un- 1 - - - - .. 1 - .. 1 - -lm-M54 Q,.1-un-nn-ml-nn-nu-nn-lm.-nn-nu-uu-mu-un-uu1u-- l I Q A good imitation of coconut for the top of 5 I cakes can he made of excelsior and powdered H. E. BUFFUM T Sugar- ,k ,l DRUGGIST 2 Mrs. Gillies lgiving examl: 4'Does any l I question puzzle you?" Headquarters for Everything in thc I 5 Vernon F,g "Not at all, not at all, The Drug Line I l questions are quite clear. It is the answers 5 I that bother mef' THE REXALL STORE I g 'If ff is - I Miss Harroun: "What does sea water con- Central and Lowry Aves' N' L' L I tain besides the sodium chloride we have men- l I tioned.?', , I I Earl Nord: "Fishy -Im ---------- - - --n-nail 054.1-In-nn-un-nn-nn-nn-un 1------ nu- -....... - - -. K- - .... -....- .... - .- -....-...I .!.,..-.. --.- Q- - .. .. .. - - .- -..... . . T l There zs a reason for the popularzty I of K I 0 O FRANKLIN l I T1 lf I 'nf gl Better Dairy Products i T T -- of the better kind, to- WE TRY T0 DESERVE I L A gether with the service you YOUR BUSINESS I expect and will receive-is l E our alone' suit" I D I 5 l 651255 3 T FRANKLIN eo-OPERATIVE I I Argus Publishing CO, CREALIERY ASSOCIATION i E 2335 Central Avenue - Minneapolis, Minn. For Service Call i Thirty-fi-ve years on Central Avenue Dupont 2371 Cherry 3335 PHONE GLADSTONE 1830 ...l-i- .l.. - .l.l -H --...- ii- i.ii -i-i-.i.l. im..- -i- ..i. - i.i. - ..i. -i.- i.i, - lli. -i.l.-i-l.i- -il- One Hundred Thirty-Four 1.1.1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1,,.,1,.,1,,,,1...1,,,,1....1.. "Say It With Flowersi' HANS ROSACKER COMPANY FLORISTS 'Corner Nineteenth Avenue and Stinson Boulevard N. E. Call Gladstone 1838 Our Flowers Are Always Fresh! 11,1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .-nl,1g,,,1,1,,1,,,,1uu1um..um1ml ..m,1:1f1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1m11.1- JOHN GOLDNER, PHARMACIST 18541 Central Avenue MINNI'IlNPOLIS MINNESOTA 1.1.11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1n1nn1n 1,,,.1 1:1-1 1 1pn1.,m.- 1,1 1 1 1u-11,1 FREE Free Shampoo with purchase of VVaX Marcel. Price, 75 cents., A Shampoo and Water VVave, 75 cents. Manicure, 35 cents. Permanent Wave, 39. Coupon good until used- Open evenings and Sunday mornings Perry's-709 2nd Ave. S. E. Gl. 3157-Near E. Hennepin 1114.1 ,131 1 1 1 1 1.11 1 H111 1. 1.un1n 1m,.-uu...m1uu1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nu1 lt..-.1141W1pm-qq1uu1uu1qu1uq1qu1.,l,1nu1.m1m.1nu.... Cream puffs should be dusted with talcum powder to make them look fresh. ar ff we Vinegar will not turn sweet if kept in a cool, dry place. vk wk Pk Eating poison prevents old age if taken young. wk sf ak Del. N.: 'iPair of socks, pleasef' Clerk: 4'What number?,' Del.: "Two, you dumbell, do you think I am a centipedefp' m1nm1m11,,.,1lm-1.411 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1m11 uinn..nu1uu-nn-un1nn1uu1g.,1..1ltlx1,tu1l.l,1,.n1,.H1 GOOD AS GOLD FOOD PRODUCTS Buy from your grocer VVINSTON AND NEVVELL CO. Minneapolis .l1.l,.1 1 1 1 ..lm1ml1uyl....m.1 1 1 1 1.11.1 One Hundred Thirty-F'ir:e g111:1111111111uu1 ...1m1 'i' -I- BUY SUCCESS I Start a savings account here and add small amounts regularly.-This is the sure way to gain financial independence. EAST HENNEPIN STATE BANK East Hennepin Ave.-5th Street-Central Ave. H,,1m.1m,1 1m1,m1,m1m,1m,1,,,,1uu1..1 1,,,,1,, 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,.1,.,, 1,..,1ml1,.,1 1 1.0.1 1,,1 141 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...,1 4, ?n1nu1un1un-uu-nu-nn1uu-In-111:11-nun1un-m.1m--nu- Bell If I I I The orchestra had just iinished a selection ' . V I I I in assembly. Larson 'I T E 5 "What's the nexl: one?" asked Oscar John- . , I mg O i i son. 5 , SJ-A r' b I 'fSpring Song," answered Mr. Tuttle. S ...ox-CI I I "Goodnight,', exclaimed Oscar, HI just got Egg, is Q : , Q through playing thatln I I ak 4: 2: X f ' f : E - I I I I if Z' I .lohn M. was trying to get a job to help pay .I ' I 2 2 expenses. I .fl ,Ji Q l MI'm sorry," said the merchant, 'ibut we ,ff If jc I I really haven't enough work to keep another 1ix"F' Hu ' I ,, ' 'Q ai. : : b0Y buSY.', ' """l'qTQI Me i : "Oh," said John, 'Tm sure you would have. I 5 ' - , ' I l You don't know what Z1 little bit of work it ,N11111111 City ' , 1.1 1 1 1n1nv"4 sfo - I T takes to keep me busy?" BARNEY 25: BARNEY I 207 East Hennepin Avenue Mortgage Loans and Insurance 1 1,11 1.,.1m.1,u1uu1,,,1gl,1,u1u:,1ug1 1 1 1.41.1 1 1 14:1 .-W1 wide Year round ICE and COAL Cedar Lake Ice Company Kenwood 8200 Hennepin Ave. and Oak Grove St. One Hundred Thirty-Six ,,1,m.1nn1nu1uu1uu11.111un--nu1uu1nu-n 1uu--uu1nu- - 11:11 1 141 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 11.111 H1m.1ng1,,,1.u1 1,1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 141.-1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, The greatest automobile in the world at the price and is backed up by MAR- TINSEN BROS. Sz OSBORN, INC., as local dealers whom everybody in North East knows personally, and they will appreciate the opportunity to show you one of their cars which cover a price range of from 35495.00 up to 3,52,295.00, F. O. B. Toledo. SALES DEPARTMENT Al Martinscn, Sales Manager John T. Ekelund Ben Martinsen, President Einer Tostenson Bruce Osborn, Service Manager L. G. Reed Vic. Van Beek, Secretary Curt Zander Austin Carlise Phlix Buzinski Archie Koehler Virge Case Phil Stien John Lohood WILLYS-KNIGHT and OVERLA D Fine Motor CMJ I .NVQ fly iq .J N, nge, fgykm We also have a nice clean stock of used cars on hand at low prices. Mfrrtinsen Bros. 84 Osborn, Inc. 1900 Central Ave. N. E., Minneapolis Dinsmore 8058-9416 Om: Hundred Thirty-Seven 1un1 1 1l,n1l. 1.1.1 4. -....-....-H..-.......................-....-.....- -....-.....-..........-...g. Brunswiclc Brunswick Phonographs and Records Radiolas ALBRECHT-RODINE CO. 2221-2229 Central Ave. "HOME OF GOOD FURNITUREW Ukeleles Harmonicas ELMIVOOD CAFE 184.6 Central Ave. N. E. Minneapolis, Minn. GZ. 1767 Di nsmore 42-L6 Service GUY IV. FOSTER FUEL AND TRANSFER Real Estate and Insurance 2536 Central Avenue Minneapolis, Minn. 1m,...lm.-m11m.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1,,,,1 1m411m1ug1,p1,m1,. 1 1 1g1,,,1n.1n.1n,1ul1n Di nsmore 3467 Di nsmore 6286 PAINE MOTOR SERVICE "Let George do it" 2509-11 Central Ave. N. E. Minneapolis George A. Paine Res. Dinsmore 0532 1nu1 1 1 1,,,,1lm1,.,,1,m....,m11m1ml1 1 .-.,m...u -....-..,. -------- .-..........5. 1,,,,1tl.l111.1m,1.,.,.1m,1nl..1m1nl1lm1. 1 ...m...m.- Res. 1217 Monroe St. N. E. Gladstone 2091-Phones-Dinsmore 2137 O. E. LARSON UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2301 Central Avenue Minneapolis 4.11m-ml1ntl1n.l1H,l1n.l1u..1 1 1 1u4,1nu1.1,.1l.i.1 .,11ln1111111111111uu1 W. J. KING Groceries of Quality Phone or Send the Children WE DELIVER Di. 0824 Lowry and Central .,1,.,,..1111.-11.--11.-1uu.. -nn1nn-nn--nn-nll1nn1 In-ml1ll1l1lnl-lln1nn-:nl-H111 Mr. Fitzpatrick: 'als your son home from school?,' ' Mr. Brainerd: 'II presume so. I haven't seen my car for a Week." if 114 F? '4Did your watch stop when it dropped on the floor?'i '4Su1'e! Did you think it would go on 7? through? 34 221 if Small Boy: i6Wl13l7S the use of Washing my hands before I go to school, mother? , I'm not one of those who are always raising themf' u--un-un-nn1uu1ln1nu-un..M1-un--nu-uu.1uu1nn..nn1 u-.W1 11.,,...,,,,1,,,1,m1,m-.,, 1,1 1 1 1 1,m1 SHOREHAM MARKET Ruscrrorr 8: Hmmm Prop. Makers of High Grade Sausages 2505 Central Ave. Gl. 1816-1817 .g....-...- - ----- ------ H u-ff One Hundred Thirty-Eight un-..1.-.1:.11 11 1.151 11,,.,1.,,,1.,,,1,,.,11-11-1.111.......-u The Foundation of Good Dress N SIN G T PERFECT FITTING UNDERGARMENTS Made for men, women and children in a variety of styles and fabrics to suit :"'a"h the needs of every taste as VVell dressed people are very careful in their choice of undergai-ments. They realize they can not' present a proper appearance unless their underwear is smooth fitting and comfortable. X Among these people Munsingwear has Won tre- T inendous popularity. It is recognized as under- - wear of true quality and refinement. f Munsingwear may also be had in hosiery. Let Munsinyzoear cover you with satisfaction. u and season. T The Munsingwear Corporation - - Minneapolis Q4 nv - 1- 111-11-v i111111 -111 -- 1-1-1-1 I I rl sfo One Hundred Thirty-Nine IIIIMN N Q' IIIQQUIH 1 f Qi 5 PALE n-nn-em-inu-nu-nu-nu-un-u The Two Winners ' I7 I MINNEHAHA I 4 Ju 5 PAI E I i "The Real Lagered I 4- S Brew" fl , as api rig , MBC PALE DRY . rm w LM Th e New I m p raw 11 Gmswf fue . E Keep a supply on :Rig I hand "Ai: I MINNEAPOLIS ,Il BREWING co. my! I fGolden Grain G'NGfR A lf Juice Co.j 'Www 2 'JL ' in-.., flslmx Ili HJ' I ,' I 1 mnnsurnh fww M idi 1 1 1uu..lm...l,-1.-M11 1,1.:..m..-m4-lm- Di. 7820 I am 1B M.SAV Q... ARTHUR T. SEELYE Sheet Metal Shop 9811- Central Avenue Minneapolis, Minn. Dinsmorc 039-1- ITTACO. FUR MANUFACTURERS Wholesale and Retail Largest line of fur coats in the Northwest 'glf it's furs-come to see usv 16-18 Fourth Street North 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1m,-im1.m1u,,.1nlnn...,m 1.l.g1il.l1nu1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -.uu1 -5- -...-........-,..-.. ..... -------- 1un1 1 1:-111 1 1 .- -a 111- e --11 u1nw!n 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...,n1.,.....m.1.,u1.u1u,.1gu1u., H U P M O B I L E Sixes and Eights EAST HENNEPIN AUTOMOBILE CO. 4.15 Central Avenue - Good used cars taken in trade on new Hupps- "24A Hour Service Garage" ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERY SERVICE 1 1 1 1,1,.g1,,n1,m1,m1,m1,,,1,,.1,,n1..,u-.lm I I 1 I 1 i N. W. COSTUME CO. I 808 Marquette Ave. I I I 5 YVe Specialize in Costuming I I Amateur Theatricals I I li I i I 4--..'- -.' --.--.-- .. - -........g. -...,-.,..-.,.-,...-.,,...........- - -- - - - -..- 5...-..........-....-..........,-....-....-..I.-..I-..i.-...,-....-....-....- "You are nearly an hour late this morning." said Mr. Cook. "Yes, sir, I was kicked by a lllllle on the way to school." 'aThat ought not to have delayed you an hour if you were still able to come." "Well, it wouldn't if he had only kicked me in this directiong but you see, he kicked me the other way." sz wk A2 Teacher: HNOW, Eric, how many ribs have yon?,, Eric: "I d0n't know. Iim so ticklish I never could count 'cmf' .g...-,.,,..,.....,.,,...,.,,-..,.-,.,,-.,,,-...- ..-....-,..-,.,.....,.-...- One Hundrerl I'v0I'f1l Bond Junior N-. S 't for , .... Imported and Domestic long-wearing w0o1ens-rein- -N- forced at the seams to double their wear.-Snappy sin- gle and double breasted four piece suits-with either one , pair of long pants and one pair of knickers-or two pairs of knickers-AT THE SAME PRICE! Here are suits that any boy'11 be glad t'o wear-and any I Dad to pay for! 144.75 aa r a Two pair of Longies, for the lad just starting out. " i s Q I i E 2 '7 SIXTH STREET AT NICOLLET Open Daily 6 P. M. 41--lb Saturday Until 9 P. M. -2- ------ --------4 ------- : ------- ---:- -1- One Hundred Forty-One i'W"E'iii!i'if'Is'EIE5HEiEK'iiii'XifitiiiiiXiiii-iiiiidi' The only school in Minneapolis oiering advanced secretarial training coupled with REAL experience in three business oHices-actual outside business firms adiliated with the school. Quam graduates are EXPERIENCED and NOT beginners-hence they have more positions open to them, win quicker promotion, and get more pay. New Classes Every Monday. Ask for Catalog Now Special Summer C'ourse at Reduced Rates Address Day, Evening 613 Hennepin Ave., ' or Minneapolis Home Study PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Fully Accredited by United Accredited Association of Private Business Schools -Q-IIII1MITlIllllII1rlh1'lllllIII1-1llllivlllllIlllillllillllilllliIlllilllllvIIIITIIIli'IIIll!!IluvllilillilvllII1lNlIlTIlIlu1XIIlilllluillildvllll--IIIKIT illlli -...,- -......u.....,.-....-u......-.........-,...-..... ......-.,.!. ,i,,..-.,..- ...-...-.,,.-....-,..-....-,.,.-...-....-.,.... ....,.... i AT THE RECITAL i I Lois L.: "What is that charming thing ye 1 I he is playingfw i A. C. F. funder his breathb: 'LA piano, ' : y,dub.7' 411 5th St. N. E. 612 VVash. S. E. 1 if ff Di. 7687 DI- S150 I I Mr. Erickson: uDon't you know better G' .t I I than to point an empty gun at me?" Battery and Tire 'lrgggfaiiisgage' T T Leslie Smith: "But it isn't emPtY." Service Washing I T '14 II' if I 2 A cold bath will be found more pleasant T I if taken in warm water. . I --an 111-- 111-111: u a1wg!g a!9n1nu-nu-nn-nn-un1uu1nn-uninn-un-an--un-uninn- 1., ii1,,1,111.11 u.1ng!4 ,l,m1un --1111---1111 nn- ' . , 2 I I : 2 I WILLIAMS ELECTRIC COMPANY I p . I , Lighting Fixtures Specialists I T BURR FUNERAL DIRECTORS 2324 Central Avenue I E 2310 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 1 1 ...... I I I T "We Serve Ifonestly and Well" Dinsmore 3654 ,Minneapolis, Minn. 5 I : I . I : .,-... ....... ...... . .-...i. 4.-. ...... ...... - ..- 1w.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1ug.-m11,g1,,g1ug1'g1.g1.,u1n1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.11 Edison Is Our School Team Work Counts Join Our Team Red Diamond Lumber Co. "Home of Zipp Service" JOHNS-MANVILLE ASBESTOS SHINGLES LUMBER INSULATION Central at Twelfth 1....u1n1 1 1 1 1uu1qil1.u1.u1gu1..1..1.,,1,1,,1unl1.,...-141111.1V1 1,141 1 1 1 1 1 1,11 One Hundred Forty-Two !FfD'lQT'lE - E:-IQETTERS - EElfElE l gg -LP ' lla -32 Eg ii .Q pg i.-3-.-i Save by Mail A Monthly Statement Plan y is the modern, convenient and business-like Way of banking your Savings. Because pres- ent-day methods demand system and efiiciency, Hffgffgl We assume that you are setting aside from time l ' ' to time an reserve fund, to be used for your life insurance, investments, taxes, interest, and for other purposes. The function of our Monthly Statement Plan is to help you increase this fund every month. We believe that you will be interested in this plan, whereby you open a savings account and authorize us to ,send you a monthly memo reminding you to make a deposit. All of the transactions can be taken care of by mail in the same manner that you handle your monthly bills, that is by simply attaching a check and mailing to our Savings Department. Today, send in your in- itial deposit, or i you prefer write for our booklet entitled, ' 'Save-by-Mail. " THE M1NNEso'r oAN s.TRusT Co 405Marquette Minneapolis CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S2,000,000.00 RESOURCES OVER 518,000 O00 00 ll S S 3: One Hundred F ty Th n-nu1un-mn-uninn-un-uninu--ul--nrn1un1m1 1 BETTER VISION The Result of Proper Eye Care An accurate diagnosisg adequate equipment for examining the eyeg technical knowledge and judgment that comes from more than 26 years of successful experience in eye spe- cialization aids in securing better vision for you. Call at Oifice or Phone GI. 2354. and let us make an appointment for you now 1 1 111 1u:.1,w1m,1mc1,m1ml1...,11...1w1,m1.,.1,,.,1 f 'fCcm'e for the Eyes That Care for You" Dr. J. Edward Peterson Optometrist Glad. 2354- Hours 9-12, 1-6, and Sat. and Mon. eves.g also appointments Ofice at GUs'rAFsoN's 2201 Central Avenue 1,1I1v,,,1,..11I...1I..I1,n1ml1i.ln1lm1.m111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1W1m.1m.1,,,.1..,.1,,,,1,..,1 1 1m11 An American was knocked down by an auto in Montrealq An officer rushed up and accosted him. ' "Parlez-'vous francais?" "No, Chevrolet coupef' NORTHEAST CHEVROLET DISTRIBUTORS St. Anthony Motor Co. 420 Central Avo. Dinsmore 6500 1.1 1 1 1..1,,..1m...m..-1.1.1 11 1 1....1 76 27. other varieties at IOQ All Standard Size Vegetable Packets Five Cents ASK YOUR DEALER N1 1 14511911.1.1.-...1,,.1nl1l1g1,.,11, 1 1.011 wr I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I T. ni' :...........1 1..1,..,1...1,...1,...1..........1,.,.1....1....1 1,,,.1 THEN lT HAPPENE D "So you want to he my sonain-law, do you?" asked her father fiercely. '4Well,,' said the young man, 'GI don't par- ticularly care to, but I suppose I'll have to be if I marry your daughterf' PF 34 2:4 4'You'll never catch me going to dinner again with that Wizard editorf' '4Was he broke?" "I don't know, but he put a blue pencil through half my orderf' M1,,..1...,1...,1...1,..,1.,.1...1...1,,.1...1...1.,.1....1...1 ,!,..1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1: 1 1 1 1.,..1 ARTHUR C. SOLEM PLASTERER AND STUCCO CONTRACTOR 2730 ..f1rth'1u' St. N. E. Dinsmore 794-3 4...-.... --1---------1 ...... 4. One Hundred For!!!-Four All Plates in this Annual are electrically etchecl in th Nliclway Electric Engraving Qonipany 1931 UNIVERSITY AVENUE THE HCME UF THE If ELECTRIC ETCH if largest photo engraving plant in the Northwest f -sf For Real Service and Quality, call Midway 2522 or 252 3 i-nn-1nn--nninu nn-nn.1mu C 1u,,1 1 1n.-uu-uu-nu-nn1nn-nn-1un1 1 131.111,-1111111.- ..Ng11111........11..-1 ill 1un- -una-nn1uu1mm1am1unu1un-un1nn1uuu- -un:-mit ' DEGREE OF HONOR PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Gives Life Insurance to Women and Chil- dren-Full Legal Reserve Back of Every Certificate -- Gives Protection and Many Privileges to the Young and the Old-Jun- ior Club, Girls, Clubs and Educational Loan Fund for Young People - Relief Fund for Aged and Needy SUMMER CAMP AT CASCO POINT, LAKE MINNETONKA, FOR ALL MEMBERS NATIONAL AND STATE OFFICES DEGREE or HONOR BUILDING St. Paul, Minnesota 111-I -------1--111 ul-nfs Tel. Dr. 6483 SCHRAG'S PHARMACY Prescriptions and Drugs Central at 20th, Minneapolis, Minn. EGLER 8z ANDERSON HARDWARE AND FURNITURE ELI 1903-5-7 Central Ave. Gladstone 1782 The N. E. Pathe Sz Radio Store ,1.,.1 1 I-.11u..n1n1nu.1m-...nt-m..1m. lu1l.,.11..111.11111 11: :rim g,1.m.1 1 1 11m1,,u1,,,.1,...1l.u1l.u1 1 1 1,m1 To Show You Is to Shoe You ESTABLISHED 1594 Home Trade Shoe Store :Nc 2I7'223 NICOLLET Edmund C.Bates P'-es A Good Place to Eat CENTRAL AVE. CAFE 2403 Central Ave. We make our own Chicken Chow Mein, Chop Suey and other Chinese Dishes Fresh Daily Also put up to take out Glad. 15344 4...-..,.- - - - ......-u....m....,...- - - - -H..- ....m11,,,,1M... 1,.,.1nu1nu1nn1nu1nn1nn-un:1un1un-- Teacher: "What do you know about the Chinese race?" Clark Farner: nNothing, I went to the foot- ball game." vs ak is Gordon R.: 'Tve got an awful cold in my head." P. Owen: 'LWell, thatls better than noth- ingf, 'ii 12 Si' Freshman fin the gym classl: "Say, kid, is this my left foot?" s wk 4: The question was "Name the live senses." One of the answers was i'Sneezing, sobbing, crying, yawning, coughing. Some people have a sixth one. This- is snoring." if PF H4 Teacher: '4Name the four seasons." Pupil: "Salt, pepper, vinegar, mustardf, 114 if if Alice L.: "Dad, can you write your name with your eyes shut?" Mr. L.: HI guess so." Alice: '5Sign your name here on this pink slip." if HF FF Mr. Pruitt: "What is salt?" Edward Templeton: "Salt makes potatoes taste had when you don't put any inf' ,1,,,1,,,,1..,1In1In1.,,1uu1.n1..u....n..,m1p 1 1,411 One Hundred Forty-Six ngrafving COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS WEDDING INVITATIONS SOCIAL STATIONERY . ENGRAVED BUSINESS STATIONERY CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Tl-IE NATIONAL ENGRAVING CO. 307-311 Sixth Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone Atlantic 3760 or 3761 We will send samples and prices 1u,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1l.1,,,.1,1,.f.1 1.1.m1m.1 ..-4m1,m-. 51 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.11441- u1nq1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,,,-,,1u1 1 1nu1m,1 11m-.401 1 1 .-..m1m11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 114.11 First in East Minneapolis You will find a. DISTINCT ADVANTAGE In banking at St. Anthony Falls Office FIRST NATIONAL BANK I 1.,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:1 1u.,1,,..1'.l1n.l1,...1ml.-,m1gm1m1141 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.1- -H.-------..-..-.......-ng. BUSALACCHI BROS. MACARONI COMPANY I Importers and Wholesale - Grocers 155-159 Huron St. Milwaukee, Wis. 'S' I T 'fWe Make a Specialty of Home Made i Sausages" l JOHN SCHMIDLER 5 FRESH AND CURED MEATS Poultry, Fish Hams, Bacon I Q and Game and Lard T L Wholesale and Retail 2 I . l ? Gladstone 1385-1386 1919-21 Central Ave I i .,1.nn..nn... -lm-ml1uu-uu1uu1uu-nnl1nu1nn-unl1uu- -....- - ---- - - - - -. ... ........-..-5. 4. 'I' One Hundred Forty-Severn ,.1.m.1,. 1,m1nu1, 1u,41,, .-gm.-llg1ng.1m4.-gm.-l,y...g.1 -.11......1u,l..,,,,.,1nn11-.gl11...-11....111...1111.- Ifgfdzz are going to College-- O you realize that preliminary business training will help pay your wayg that a knowledge of shorthand and typewriting will enable you to take, report and transcribe college lectures with greater ease, accuracy, and thorough- nessg that business training will develop habits of accuracy, system, thoroughness, and concentration, of priceless value to you in college? Business training will enable you to secure' immediate, remunerative employment, if you are unable to complete your college course. It will make your professional education immensely more valuable, will enable you to make money more easily, and will giveyou con- tacts with men and afairs not otherwise possible. The Minnesota School of Business can give you these advantages. ' Before long you will be engaged in the competitive struggle for money, power and influence, and the struggle will be a very unequal one unless you are armed with business knowledge. Your chief hope of victory lies in the possession of the kind of an education which can be translated into action. Your business knowledge should be in proportion to your general knowledge. A large number of recent high school graduates who are planning to go to col- lege later are attending the Minnesota School of Business. VVhy not join them now, and reap the advantages above mentionedf OR ARE YOU GOING INTO BUSINESS? We recently asked several large employers this question: 'iDo you prefer be- ginners who have had business training, or would you rather take a high school graduate, without business training, and train him or her to meet your require- ments ?" The John Leslie Paper Co. replied: "We very much prefer that a beginner shall have had business training, especially shorthand and typing." The First National Bank wrote: "Those with business training make more rapid progress than othersg they are not kept long on junior jobs? Leading Northwestern institu- tions of all kinds approve the work of the Minnesota School of Business, and employ its graduates. We give courses in Bookkeeping and Accounting, Secretarial Work, Stenographic Work, and General Business. Our school has been giving this training for fifty years. Our courses are modern, distinctive, and original, our service intimate and personalg our students are intelligent, ambitious, and refined. The financial strength of our school guarantees the fulfilment of all its obligations. Our large business acquaint- ance enables us to establish the finest business connections for our graduates. School is, in session all the year. Our free Book of Information will be gladly sent at your request. MINNESOTA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Jewelers Exchange Bldg. 627 First Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minn. Rickard :Sz Gruman, Proprietors Telephone Geneva 2292 4. ------------- --.--- . ---. ....--. Qu One Hundred Forfy-Eight 1,,,,1 1 1,,,,1.1il1l1uu-lu1g.l1 .1 1.1 g..m, .11111111,-1..,1,-111111.-:1..111...g11..1..1.1un.. 76-78 SOUTH 9TH STREET Minneapolis Costume Co. Theatrical and Fancy Dress Costumes.-Tuxedo and Full Dress Suits for rentfd Tights, Opera Hose, Cosmetics.-Full line of imported and domestic grease paints.-VVe Specialize in Costuming Amateur Plays and Operettas -,.....,,,.-.,.... -I-...,......-..........-..,........-...,-,.......,......g. 4,.........-H..--W-.....-....-...,.. .. .. .. - .. ... ....... Mr. Benner: "Animal life is divided into low grade and high grade, do you know what is the highest form of animal life?" Student: "Yes, Mr. Benner, the giraffe!" 41413 My bonnie leaned over the gas tank, The height of its contents to see, And lighted a match to assist him- Oh, bring back my bonnie to me. Dinsmore 0572 VVACHSMUTH Sz WACHSMUTH UNION MEAT MARKET For Quality Meats and Service Phone Us-We Deliver ' 24-16 Central Ave. Minneapolis .,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 ...lu .,....1,1.11111111...1.-un lover s mf Cffmmew 0. 420 Way! Broadway Minneezpolif Chewy 3691 q.----- - - -- ------ , - - 5- A-.t.......-...-.....- - -1- ...- - - - ... -,- -...- 4. One Hundred Forty-Nine 1.111.1.11lm1,,,.1nu1,,,,1nn1 -,1m,1.,..1,,1,,51.1H1I.,,1,m1nn1nu1un1uu1nn1nu1 1 1:11 1nn1uu 11414.-,.,,1u1n 1lm1m,.1nn1,,,,.1m.1.m1 1 - 1 1 1,1 1.,,1.m..uu1,m.. 1 -nn -un1un-- -uu1uu1nu1nu1nn-H1 1 1.5.11my-.lm1lm--1..,1,,,....i,.,1.m1 1,...1,i1 -nm1.m1,,,..-p,....,,u..yu1 P TT QQ, ,Q "I TTTTTT: Y A 'x, S' f" U A, . "TrT:'fl'Tn-Q-Tix' gs- ei, L , fs Af A, 9. 6' 4 ix lx iii., -if gf? u ,N xy .X in . if 191, 1 Q q l! f'X Q ., fu. 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'f ,". , Syn + il E-vw I T fn flwf-4L3X'7Ze f'?S?fggiXw--we -W?-:s?N0,'fE 'gkf is nu-un--m1nn-uniun1uu1un.-uu1.nul--nu1nn-unl-uniuniuv:1uu1nu1uu-nn-1un-un-n-mv-nn1nn1nn.-nninn Stay young by freeing yourself from worry by depositing a per cent of each pay check before paying any bills CENTRAL STATE BANK "YOUR HOME BANK" Cow'-ner L7'zoenty-1"ofulrth and Central 1u,l1.ln1n1 1 1 ...m...m.1.1.u,1,,.11,.,,1p..1,,,,1 1,m1.m.1.m1,. 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 -1 Phone us i or the latest prices on H Eg l Rugs and Fibre Furniture 21 ' BERTCH FURNITURE N igll i' "" , f V his-Ill: -W' One Hundred Fifty 5,1 ..nn1,m-.,.,,1.m11 1 1 1 1n..ml1.m-..m1m.... 11.1. 1 1 .-.m1m..-ml..lu1 1 -- 'S' :lou-ln-1 11-11111111 ofa I I .sevfca I I I s NX I L , few I L 7 XD I I If L! " MIt - 2 ,"'iQ"T e-YV- l X' I AW,W ' 1 I I 'fl III' rf. -- I buh, II IIl .,,.,.. vii , IMPROVED MODELS AT NEW PRICES E ' Playtlme Howard Sr Horton I I S h lid I a 2 tl . East Side Ford Dealers I I ummer 01 ys are jug around the corner X , 2 I I 116 Central Ave, I I No matter how you plan G13 dstone 1395 E 5 to spend .your vacation I I you want rt to he a suc- I X cessful one-the ri ht .- 1nn-nu-un-uu1un--nu 1--- nn-mls l H .11 d ' out t wx o muc to ..-....-....-....-....-....-.................- - -.I-.,I. I help you make your IT LOCKED BAD I planl: for the summer H I wor out as you want Why do you call my boy a poor nut? 1 I them to demanded the indignant mother of the school L I nuise Examination of his health card showed I I , that poor nuti' stood for poor nutrition. I 5 We can helP You there- ,F gk ,F I Sweatersg bathing suits: U , . : I knickersg golf hoseg fHIelen P.:?n Why dlcl they put Mike out E I capsg everything thatys 0 E56 gfgqe' h ld, M best for sports and every H1 I og o 1l13g. I Tk vrk H I I day wear is here. The CCH. snt t at just l C l. 1 C. l T largest, nlost complete -n-u'11uuiuu-nn-nninn-nn-nn1 -uu1usI4 5 stock in the Northwest li. here for you to choose llTl1llTlIIlillilllill-illlimli illlillll-Tlllllli: I I : CHAS. E. Fox Co. I I DIRECTORS 2 MAURICE L UNDERTAKERS AND .FUNERAL I T I ROTHSCHILD at co I . 113 M11 St, S, E, Palace Clothmg House - Gladstone 2130 AT. PAULMINNEAPOLISCHICAGO C P Goldner J. Emmet Sullivan I I G1 1219 G1. 2229 I E I 11-----111--ilu-nal: aian11lu--1-1-1--1-11 Ill One Hundred Fifty-One TRAI FOR BUSIN SS In 0ur Day or ight School RAINING here is just like working in a big busi- ness house. You have business associates all about you. You learn how to do business by carrying it on just as it is carried on in the big offices. You have practical training so that you can step right into a po- sition and hold it-for you have been rightly trained. The following courses are offered: General Business, Calculating and Machine Bookkeeping, Banking, Sten- ographic, Secretarial, Salesmanship, Higher Accoun- tancy. Call Main 5959 for any particzilars AMMWHQMU gl X ' Zia W Fully Accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools NICOLLIGL AT NIN1'1I SPREII BIINNEAPOLIS, DIINN + ------ -----A ------- I --------- -- + One Hundred Fifty-Two 1m,1,m1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1,1 1 1... -91.1.1311 1.1-ll.-n1.....gu1m... 1g 1 g1m.1. T- ----- I---. ---- I----i. 4- " Your Photograph as you like to look" Our photographs are made to suit your tastes-not ours. That way lies satisfaction. 5 Img: HIS PRIZE LAMP I Father freading a letter from a son at col- I I legebz 4'He says he got a beautiful lamp from boxing." thing in his athletics." PF P14 11 "Do you think your father would be willing to help me in the future?,' "Well, I heard him say he felt like kicking I I I 111,91 .-.lln1nn1m11M.1mq-. -.nl1'g1nq1 1 -5.1093 you into the middle of next week." sk :lc FF Proud mother: "I just knew he'd win some- T I I I1 1,,, 2 icbiQ Qludio I EAST HENNEPIN AT 4th ST. Quality Photographers at Popular Prices vbn-uu-nu-nu-nu-nu-mu-1m-un-nu-nu-un-nu-nu-u I I I I I I I I I I 'lf MIDLAND NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY MINNEAPOLIS GW Resources 322,000,000 I.-M1 1 1n.1n.1n.1,l1n.1.,1.l1nq1,,1 1 1 1,,,1 1 1:1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1,.,,1gu1gu1, School Supplies WILSON CONFECTIONERY LUNCHES ICE CREAM One Hundred Fifty-Three 111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...1111..1,111..-11111 1 1:1111 11111111111111111111111 1 1 ...11 merican Business College Nicollet Avenue at Lake St. LTINNEAPOLIS Telephone South 0500 MINNESOTA Fully Accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools The School That Trains for Specialty Work Highly specialized instruction is given in it Commercial Teaching ' X ,Q UQ Jfa . gassocnatuon g - General Business ts .-7, fy Accountinganmuditlng lf Stenographic Secretarial El iefgmblem yf'f5E Efiiclent School each of these courses: full Combination Business and Stenographic Short Combination Senior Clerical lunior Clerical a 1111111111 1- - - 11,1.1.f1 111111111111111111111111 Each course represents one main study around which have been grouped all the allied subjects arranged to the best advantage. Students are prepared for in- telligent, efficient work in the chosen line. Only those teachers who are skilled in both the theory and practice of business are employed. They bring to the class room the dynamic power of practical ability and superior personality. Extensive modern office equipment throughout the school enables it more nearly to approach actual business conditions, and the students learn to do by doing. Superiority of Training Pays Students may enroll at any time Our night school classes are stepping-stones to advancement One Hundred Fifty-Four 11 1 1 111111-11111111...,111111 11111.-1111111111 1 1 1111111111111111,11111111111 11111111111 1 1111111111 1 1 111 1.,.1 1 1 1,.,,1.n1.lpl1,,.,1,.1,..1,1 1 1.m.1,, Tell your wants to KIDOCI7 and get results Prescriptions filled day and night "If wo ain't got it, wo'll get it." JOHNSON ST. PHARMACY JAMES L. TITUS, Prop. 2600 Johnson St. 1,.,,1 1 1 1ml14m1lm.-.m1m.1,,,g.- 1 1 .-nn1u 1,,,.1,.,.1..,,1 1H1ml1,,,41m,-..nn1..,,1m,1,,,.....m11,,,1,, Neighbor: "I hear your son is on the foot- ball teamf, Mother: "Yes, indeed." Neighbor: "Do you know what position he plays?" Mother: "Ain't sure, but I think he's one of the drawbacks." Pk ik BF Lila G.: 4'She never looks happyf, Helen Plack: "No, she doesnt' dare." Lila: "Why?" Helen: "If her face should light up, it might set the powder off." 1ulv--van1uu-inu-uu1nu1uu1nn-M1'minus-nn1nn1uu-ul 1,.,,1,,..1,m.... 1 1,,,,-.m,1,.1 1 1 1 1 1m,1,, College Mon Know ooo! .Yzjfle Every season more and more college men are finding in fUsT1.-my Moons the correct styles for college wear Tailors-Clotlzie1'sMFu1'nisl1ers F0l E H -nn 1111111111111 un1usfu 'IMI'-Im MRS. NEWHOUSE Groceries and Confections Fresh Popcorn Fountain Service "A stop and on half from Windom Parki' CORNER 231m AND JOHNSON ST LUND BROS. 2201 Johnson St. N. E. "United Grocers" We Deliver Phone Your Order-Dins. 3604 1,.1.1.11 11m1,,,,1,,,,-.ml1m11ml1.,.1m.1g,n1.m,1 1 u1,.,,1-.1111111g1..1 1 1 E. J. PETERSON 194-6 Johnson St. N. E. Prescription Druggist Fountain Service Fresh Candies ,,,1,,,-.1 1 1 ...W..m,1,m1ym1m.1,,,11 1 1 1 ,.1,,,,111111-1111.111 THE MISSES JOHNSON DEPARTMENT STORE Corner 22nd and Central Aves. On e Hundred Fifty-Five DRUGS AND SUNDRIES Super Drug Company GEO. SUPER CORNER QOTH AND CENTRAL Telephone DI 1971 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. ..11uu1un1nu1rm-..1111-.11111111i,-111111111 1 1,1,p1unn1nw1,H1ml1H..1,.,1,.1.g.l1.,,1,.,1n..1,.,1 1l1u1,1,,,1 1,.1,,1..,l1,4,.1ul,1,.,i1 1 1 See us for First Mortgage Loans on Northeast Property Prompt Service Current Rates FIDELITY STATE BANK "Your Neighborhood Bank" 2417 Central Avenue 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,K,1,,,,1.,.,1.,,,1,..,1..,,1...l1 1 11111 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,.1,,1,,,1.,,1,m-.M1ml1m,1m1ln1W1nn1uu1uu1un.1,.,,1,m1.m1.m1..,l1u.n1nn1m,...m.1,,,,1,.,,...,m1 BERGSLAND MOTCR COMPANY Lincoln W Fordson "Service with a smile" Dins' 4,676 4007 Central Avenue 1M1,..1nu1,m.... 1 1 1 1,1-1.11 1-1 1 1 1 1 1:1 1 1,m1u.1M..uu1m.1, 1 1 One Hundred FifI11'Si:c . ' f - ' l l Q A - 4 1 4'-41 " . V Y . 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