Galva Holstein Community School - Moo Yearbook (Holstein, IA)

 - Class of 1923

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JH! - ' az A' ..- , 1 .. 5 ,, M, ,.:.. '- NIIIIIIHIIHHHIHHIIIUINHNHH'll!I1HWHHHH!l!!ll!Il!lIIHill!HillIININHNIll1NIIIIIllIIIIIIH1IllEH1IIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIINilIllllllIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIUlllllllllllll' PUBLISHED 'BY SENIOR CLASS OF 1923 97, g7QlLfehz Qyafwof Wm 00101111 yifafez of Ile Piklizfze Qmm W naw paafaken Mme of Qhliafozu, Www me have kaaned ffg Wm ,mf QM, We, Me 301.14 M4922 flefkmfe Wm .flmumd THE HOLSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL 'WI Fu 'F' 3 A r f A fhfffr A. N. BERTELSEN, Treas. T. M. WATTS, Secy. H. C. HANSEN F. D. Tl-HELMANN DR. G- H. CRANE HENRY MEYER JR. C. J. WOHLENBERG Q '. ' fi. ,Y L' gf' iff? - 1 Nw fb' I9 : 3 N X 'lv i g DOMESTIC SCIENCE CHEMISTRY . cz-'gig 1- I x 'LX lf- K A - ? x -5-K? Z' U v L If COMMERCIAL MANUAL TRAI-NING PHYSICAL TRAINING ff Nr' F THE CAMPUS 1 T FACUL - ' vw. vf - " l - i' 1' X1- Z we 1 w M. R. SOTH Coe College Cedar Rapids, Iowa SUPERINTENDENT MARY WEDGWOOD Morningside College Sioux City, Iowa PRINCIPAL ,, M visas KATHRYN CHAMBERLAIN Gem City Business College Quincy, Illinois ROSELLA STEINER Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa s f Y GRACE GISH Kansas State Agricultural College Manhattan Kansas ss -as J ,grin-xmas EM si E MAMIE ECKES Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa me - -- . l EDNA LURA Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa. 5 ' ' I' Else g ll E' B Je M B SS M my 4. Q ll K W ,B M, lt ll is E ll B f x A xanga-F FRANCES CAWIEZEL Iowa State Teachers' College- Ceclar Falls, Iowa I.. A. BEAMER Peru Normal Peru, Nebraska. FRANCES JUDGE State University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa. I -I .fb , NQ P. Jef - .. - - l,+-i' ' --. HAZEL DAVIS State University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa FLOY SWARTZENDROVER Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa LEOTA WHERRY Colorado Teachers' College Greeley, Colorado ERMA RIGBY Cornell College Mount Vernon, Iowa ... Q?- L , -S -iL.E'?,.,-i'i , 1 ' "' T' .-, JOSEPHINE MEYER Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa MARTHA MARTIN Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa. M ILDRED TROXELL University of Omaha Omaha, Nebraska it X41 il' -ii? 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X G!! if 11 I ggfff ,V N f Y MWMIW O f WWII fi W4 ff , 'xfx I l A .H W A I? yi, ff' NSJGY- ,iff X 12 Il fl Iii wifi' XX U ZW. lj K- jx 'N Q Q ,":' L X..-f 7 -4 Q- of mf N f J K J ," 92'-7" Jf h ky' km -x kj-JJ C , N . w X 1 E " ' 1 1' 7 f 1 f, J Lf! IJ W5 Qlf J. QJY ' 'tzfi -j - --, V4 . f fig in X J ff Eyy A rg -, ,i"!4Vl, ' " I - ,X f l JU' fi, f 78 . 17' "', 1' - 2 E fiiwlml V' 5 :I . f i, fp .p f 1' ,,.' S4 -'fi " YULA MIGHELL President of Class. Art Editor Censor of Literary Society Basket Ball in 21-23 Glee Club "I was meant for an angel." ' ' YULIE ' ' . HARRIETTE VAN PATTEN Class Editor Glee Club Orchestra n "Here's to the love that lies in a wo- man's eyes and lies-and lies and lies "VAN" EEEEEEEEL WENDELL CRANE Editor of The Moo.. See'y of Class Basket Ball 19-23 Track 20-23 President of Literary Society Glee Club V "All the great men are dying and doult feel very well myself." CKDGC77 35355555 RAYMEN WIENERT Business Manager of The Moo Basket Ball 21-23 Track 21-23 Glee Club 77 I "lVise from the top of his head up." ' ' Wienie ' ' .55-if Z , i E Z vi i 'E l FRANCES KUEHNLE Editor of Calendar Declamatory Crlee Club Ccnsor Literary Society "Don't take my lovin' man away." HSHORTYH JOHN I-IASS Social Editor Glee Club Basket Ball 21-23 Track 21-23 - Censor of Literary Society "His devious way is lined like the Mississippi river-by bluffs. " ffniissff ALVENA FADEN Editor of Music Declamatory Basket Ball 21-23 Glee Club "lYitl1 all her faults we love licr still -the stiller the better." HEADEN " .lifililiililili HERBERT KNUTI-I Editor of Alumni Glec Club Basket Ball 21-23 Track 21-23 Declaniatory Orchestra' "It is si great plague to be too hand- some a man." C112 SY!! -..,- rl 1'-' I Ni 1- .i? ix ' ,,F'!!i' :f - '+++ Aix: -- . l i v l I , V l l A BERNADINE PRAWL Editor of Girls' Basket Ball Basket Ball 22-23 Glee Club "She seems dignified-but wait until you know her." ' 'PRAVVL ' ' LESTER BAUER Editor of Athletics 3 Capt. B. B. Basket Ball 20-23 Track 23 Secretary of Literary Society HO! XVhat men dare do! lVhat men may do! VVhat men daily do, not know- ing what they do." UTICKLESH WINIFRED MIGHELL Editor of Draruaties Glee Club Basket Ball 22-23 President of Literary Society "Night by night she sat and blcared her eyes with books." ' ' VVINNIE ' ' JOHN PALMER Joke Editor Glce Club Basket Ball 21-23 Track 21-23 Orchestra "John once fell in love with ar lovely maid, and a lovely maid was she. He lov- ingly loved this lovely maid. Now a love- sick lover is he." HPALMYH .AL 1- FRED LOHFF Nlfmufll 'IM11111112 lmclntm Glu Klub 111 1111111 cfm 1110 pmubl , 1 1 nglnlcouslv 1111110111 1 11111 Tlx l L7 SALINA RICE lumlxtm OlLllC1r11X nSOL1ClN bflcc Llulm -X Qolul s11bQt.111t1al 11l 111 1111111 NN In N than 0111 I AT JOHN L01-IFF io111111v1c1f1l lhflllfll Gloo Club Um 111.11 smile and S111llL 11111 QU 1 111 . 1 lAClx F fill 1 EUGENIA SCI-IOER Home 1300110111108 lncl1to1 Hfxalmt B111 71 77 DLQlf1111ato1x 0110 ol those qulct, wel t.1ll1t1w :lull wet b11ll1a11t, Sl1lCll0HS, wt lan, gn lmt byggfu all clabS1F1Lf1t1o11 bCHOFR QTVQZ' Z Ni 151, 11 1 si' Q-gif -wx. L R.. , ,- 31,1 . . . ., . 1 , L , , f' X1 l Ll ', . . ' . 'V .- 1 . ' N : 1. , '51 Ol l1w ' .' .1 . -. . 'f aa - k 1- , 2 1' 1. .1 4 '1 'rw as 1 . J . 13155 'fflfillli lf? Q G? 1 , 1 ' . ' " .. ., 1 ,' , , rl l ll ll ' -1 . - '. .' - ' .Y v. v-. 1 . 1 1 g 1 1 .. , ' 1. , 77 cc ,M ra Llill3lfliliElfl53 ' 1 'L , .,', "1 ', . 1 14 ,A I , . A ,.. if 1 1 H , .'-,.1t1'H I1 ce :1 ' ll'll1. 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XM X V ,'? 3 M Sm 7, X if S In , H, fx 24 by fx Q W J iw V 2 M 1 THE JUNIORS WWW TI-IE J UNIORS CAS Others See Themj lf V lnLYN How bught how bG'1IlI1l'11b How hke sunuse seem111,, ULLFSA She Stl0YG tl1e 11G1,:,hbO1l100d to p c W1tl1 m'11111ers wondl ous W111111115 And nov 01 followed WlGkGd W-Iys Unless 11 l1e11 she Wars S11111111 14 ACHO Kmd, Cood and splendld as one Q ll lu l UGILLE Actlve 1111ss Wllltllfil dost thou ,D I m flom the ,Dym that's my l1o1111 HARRY Handsome Harry so they say Goes -1 eourtmo mbht and diy GLRDALINIL All actwe m111d ldeas eleve1 Full of fun and Jolly ever WINON A Mzuks not 1111111 hfu e '1lWays ln Q RARL Although a bashful younb 111 111 He always cfm smlle And hlles all thmgs that A1e wood and Wo1th Wlule M ARIE A twlnkle 111 he1 eye A twmkle 111 he1 feet A Jolly httle soul As you would CIVIIICQ to meet ROLAND He aspu es to become 1 b1ea.t 12113 NILI 111 He W1l1 sulely be successful 101 xt the Present l1e shous Dleat '1b1l1tv IQ 1 fut Ill HELEN Helen, the p1'es1de11t of our class, A loveable, Jolly l1ttle lass Q? I A . A I 15:1 K A A F- +i?L4iQ'L:xfwV ew 1 .. J 1 7 C 1 0-1 . 7 I. 3 I . out YW 71 1 ,J A ' A' ' 'O' ' 'lens 1 . c. in . . 0,7 . ' Y' 1 C. 'ia Y n Q C . . g' ' 1 .J - Hard working, steady ard faithlful is slut-5 .' 0' ' ' . IR 1. ' ' ' ' fro? 2 . 0. . , - , , .. 7 1 T7 c u 0' -,0' cf. 7 1 1 9 A 's H-I ' , L. , 1 73 C '.. A F211 l11f1'z1i11'1. T t ' . 0' I 7 C s ' of , ' , ' , , A 1 7 ' c A - . ' v Z 0. .3. --lj' fi ' ' . 1 , ' ' 1 1 7 0" c c l . .' El- Z ' - A 1-S-af f LYDIA Industrious, affectionate and kind, A lady in every Way as one seldom finds. ANNETTA And still the Wonder grew, How one small head could carry all she knew. RUBY Modest, quiet, sweet and kind Ruby with keen Wit and mind. EDITH Though she is a 1niniste1"s daughter, There is mischief in her eyes. I GEORGE There 's many a slip twixt the cup and the lip JOSEPHINE Likes to. work, she likes to play, You 'll find her cheerful every day. LORENA I may do soinething sensational yet. HAZEL Quiet and deniure, but to those she knows, A faithful love she always shows. VERNON , Pleasing way and gentle smile, A pleasant chap to meet the While. -EDITH RAMBO X 2 7 1' S09 CD -U :r: ca Z CD :U l""l 'SX Y'lf'5I 05,5 5 C+ 0 72 M 1911 XS ,K e 1. A , ,,,1,f'QX V Ji L. ' Vx ,hill - 'y V-ZZ, A ,si 5 fx '29, ' if " if gnu 05 if A 1 x uw ' fx 'A J D pf .- 1, . - : L THE SOPHOMORES 'F . rl IK' . fry gilffl 1 xri l 1 I 515' , V uf? Q' I -ff' FHA NBR V- , I E SOPHOMORE CLASS POEM The S0pll01l1018 Class of '23 ls the ve1y best class that ex G1 eould br FIOHI morn t1ll mght we re full of plat But have our lessons eve1y dflv Cla1a leads the Sophs of 23 So IS always busy as a bee E1w1n, when the teaohels do not look Exts a P112ld1S6H behlnd a book 'XI mbel BQHGI wants he1 vt ay Of eou1se most bnls have then s-15 Ed1th, the last to 3o1n ou1 class Would 1athe1 whlsper than make a p lss M-11Da1et Cooley who wolks so h nd Won he1 fame as a basket ball Du'ud LMZGIVIH, ou1 hero so true, Has caused -1 fevs D1rls to be X e1y blue Blondlna sets an example fo1 all Follow he1 steps and you nevel w1ll txll Frank our em ly ha1red lad Never does anythmg very bad Vlabel W1ll our songstel bay 511108 to pass the t1me away Alvm, a boy so full of pep AfH1011 lus classmates hxs '1 Good up Haulett s gmdes tell '1 happy tale Bunny md l'l0W1L the mlsclnef lllllxtlh Have ea1ned t11e 1111110 of bemb f1l us khlda Thede belonbs to us too Always lOOk111g fO1 sometlnnt, to do Irene the ma1d so bllchll but shy M-my be 1 teael1e1 bye and bye M'u,O'uet VVulf 1 5111 so proud, Is new 01 he-nd txlkmc, aloud Mylna hls been a ready stand by EX Q1 smec, me enteud fllall Smce H1lda vsrott thls ep1taph We dare not tell you how she lm hs llI'1Iba19l,t1, so pletty and sweet, Helps to m 1l L ou1 class complete llll DA HUESCHL T . . . 7 ., .I x 1 I . . , . .7 '-'.r " 1 c . . 7 , ' 1 . 1 'I 5 C 4 a 4 i cc Z.. ' ' ,i 1. . . , 1 C C , . 0. 1 . I ,. c ' 1, ll 'Q I I C I' 2.11 1 . ,C .o. , , . 2 . , ' c- 0' c ' . . V. 'V C T 0" 7. ' .' . 1 1 4 1 1 I . .1 - 1 n I 'I . C 1 1 i 9 ' i 0' 7 W. ' . 0 c . 2 - g c 2 c 0' '1 . ..' 2 .ul L C- +7 For she never does 111 at study ffl-11. A .J . -I v :Nw , 2, , z - ., c .' c 0' 2-f"Q. e 0' 5 C 1 . Dr '1 0' I 9 ' 0 9 1 c 21 -f ' J c H . c '02-'V , c 0 ' 7 ' cf 2 . U' c . ' n 1 1 - ' 7 f ' .1 T ., ' N 7 V ,A. .0, . . If V A . up . A, , . 1 2. 1.0.0. . - 2 . C . f it ' c ' -. . , . L w E- J. , A Ex I ' ' I 1 . lvl r. Beanier-I'Iow do you know that Adam and Eve were gamblers? .Doefl3eeause they left a paradiee behind them. Miss C+Get to Work Phillip. Phillip-I ani. Miss C-I fail to see it. Phillip-I was speaking my piece to myself and I thought you were a mind reader. Miss Steiner-You gave that all right, but not in very good English. Bunny-I knowg I gave it in science. Mrs. Rambo-Edith, why didn't you oil the easter under the book ease as I told you n-early a week ago. Ecl.itl1-Well I looked all over the house and there lSl1,t a bit of castor oil around. The Esquimo sleeps in his white bear skin And he sleeps very well I am toldg But last night I slept in my white bare skin And I caught this heck of a cold. Miss Vtledgwood-T1'iekle means run slowly and anecdote means a short taleg write a sentence using these Words. Seine Freshie-A dog trickled down the street with a can tied to his anecdote. IVienert--Have you forgotten that dollar you owe ine? Doe--Gosh no, didn't you see me try to dodge in the door? Jack Lohff-A warm spring day with lots of sunshine is my favorite. lVliat's yours? Bunny-A quiet summer night With lots of uioonshiue. Speck P-Look dadg I pulled this corn stalk up all by myself. Mr. Paulsen-Oh that 's nothing. Speck PwWell I think it isg the Whole W orld had hold of the other end. Bunny-Vifell, I showed up the teacher today. Doe-HoW's that? ' Bunny-She asked nie for Lineoln's Gettysburg address, and I told her lie never lived th ere. Beamer fin despairl-I've told you all I know and still you don 't know anything. fwfv '5Q..-sf '1-..,,-L f 'I 'I ffff Q nf' AB ,ff ff 7 ,NW f iffy! km f A 1 WZ 9 Z 7 f I Xwvmik 4 i , 1 A . E fy! xx :J I J' ' ! 1' N' ""' E iii-il W ' 1 if .M""' x f ' 1, ...-,,a--.n l v! 'A' 1 " ' f 1 E5giP!ii:',.i:24i Q .' fy f 8 5 X . " ,' IW if W W! W' ,T f , .W 1 xml 1 I fflfff 'L 1: V, I h Q Q V "1 '.. 'LM ""',-1 I'- 3, - .. 5 '. Tm' wx N - W iv M X : ef, . ,VW W N NS 5, R il J Im . ,, lf, 6, - f ' A W.. ' , Z f Z 4 gl 4 Z f 2 1 I ,f 4 X f , ', 4 ? THE FRESHMEN F' A, - '- -.- T.: .-ff. - 5 N . N YE ANALYSIS AND PROTPLHECY FRESI-IMAN CLASS OF 1923 NAME VIRTUE AMBITION REALIZATION Assmussen Ch, so quiet? Ventriloquism Ambassador to France Armiger Girls Civil engineer Head of a home Bumann Movies Teacher Dean of girls Conover Wit Big Little Endrulat Smiles . Priest Fancy dancer liricksen Domestic science Prima donna Kindergarten teacher Galvin Questions Merchant Fisherman Giese Gray matter Missionary Chorus girl Haas Hair President Stump speaker Hartwell Complexion Chemist Pill slinger Hass G. Curls Author Private secretary . Hass K. Quiet Painter Fortune teller Jensen Loquacity Bag-time player Watchman Kastner Alto Band leader ' Doctor Kaus Vivacity Teacher Bachelor girl Klema Dreams Dentist Movie fan Kopplin Determination Orchestra leader Grave digger Kuchel Manual training Baker Carpenter Leonard, Abc Determination City slicker Blacksmith Leonard Arnold H Fighting We Wonder Famous tenor Leonard J. Smile Aviator Farmer McDermott Silence Champion wrestler Senator Mears Poetry Cartoonist Hash slinger C'Meara Tardiness Nurse Vaudeville actor Peterson Curls Poet M. Pickford V Badaeh YVrestling Dancing master Doctor of Divinity Rice E. General science Banker Cook Rice V. Stylish NVill never know Newspaper reporter Rohlk Size College star Heart Srnasher Schmidt Grin-n-n-n Algebra teacher Romantic poet Schott Basketball Lawyer Section boss Schultz Quietness Store clerk Bookkeeper Seglem Salesmanship Sales lady Farmer 's Wife Stephenson Talking C Heart breaker Police Woman Voge Skunks Basketball star Dog catcher Wehcle Voice Movie actress Telephone operator Zeman Latin Chauffeur Latin teacher Mighell T? ? ? '12 College professor Janitor -LYNN MIGHELL SOME OF OUR HIGH SCHOOL HUMOR Doe-Paln1er's dog committed suicide. Bellum-How 's that A? Doc-He put l1is tail in his mouth and that was the end of him. Miss Steiner-Vivian, name the bones of the arm. Vivian-Radius, uzlna and humerus. Miss Steiner-VVhere is the humerus? Vivian-In the leg. Knuth-Get out of my way, give me room to perform my feat. Bunny-They're big enough, you sure need room. Mr. Beamer Cto boys out of linej-Stay single. John Hass-I can't all my life. Philip-There's a shortage here somewhere. Ted H-I think it is in your head. A Woodpecker lit on a F1'GSl1lQ,S head And he settled down to drill. He bored away for half an hour And then he broke his bill. Miss J-VVhat did I say I would do if you didn't stop talking? Bill S-VVhy, that's funny you don't rememberg I have forgotten too Alfred S treading in lilnglishj-"I courted the 'fair Alice- MAW, gee, I ean't get any sense out of this." Miss S Cto Science class after exam on densityj-These papers show that you are living examples of the subject of the exam. - Ted H-VVhen are long pants short Raymen NV-I give up. Ted H-'When Beamer wears them. Miss Eckes-Arnold, give your current event. Bunny frousing from slumberj-I pass. Miss Judge-Vfhere is the Dead Sea? Paul XY-I didn't know any of them were dead. nl uf 3 Ka ' 7 -C 55 r I - E 5:5-,fi 'Q-"f1i"" " xx' - X I , , ,f ff 7 N THE EIGHTH GRADE 67 3 :kr-L I :IL A is" Y I g- .4 Y 1' -'mf , , f J': A " V ,J j v .EJ !' 1 Nw Hx N R il3i W NAME George Crane Henrietta Schmidt Glayburn Klotz Bernette Gebers Herinan Raukohl Malinda Kuehl Lauren Seth l'larriette Bauer Harvey Droegmiller Luella vVlC11Gl't Raymond Miller Zehna WVill Xvllllkllll Sorensen Selina Neubauer George lVill Eunna Beyer Erven Kleina lValter Hass Thomas Lingle 'William Rex Hugo Ewoldt Helen Hansen Fred Vlliese Ralph Hartwell Ruth lvigodsliy August Kuchel Helen Rohlk George Huss George Grones Raymond YVGTIIGI' Virginia lVilliams EIGHTH GRADE NIGKNAME Bud Henny Clay Gaby Roeki e M innie Soakeni Harry A lllarve Lulu Tootie Zellie Bill Sallie YVillsy Ein Erb Hass Peanuts Rex Hinx Pudgie Fritz Harty Snooks Augie Poik Dick Gronsy Ray Ginger JUST IMAGINE Lawyer Teach er In an old 1IlZllCl7S rooin Police inatron Preacher Toe Dancer ln long trousers Not giggling Not dreaming Chorus girl Hair not combed lYithout lessons Barber lYithou'L a blush Busy Not quiet Sober Less popular Beiug good YVI'lll,l1g' Jokes Not funny Not studying lVi'cl'out a neektie Vol in mischief' Not smiling Not a inilklnan Modest Sfudying hard Not ialking Farmer Noi ready to laugh MVirgiuia 'Willi uns i, THE SEVENTH GRADE 4 1 1 'f My - '- QU' . pr i 4 swf, I Ili ' f Ng? Rl A SEVENTH GRADE CLASS PROPHECY lt xmi .1 cold xxmtem ex emng and I was s1tt111g 111 11 gwat lQ.1the1 :um chan 111 Il011I ot the Cl100lY tue place The lout of the hunnly had loft me to dlspose 1115 sell lOl 1111 ovenmg ol ll1OHL'l1tIUl qmetude I su ltched oil flu 1LLlll1119,' lamp and chem un chan up 111 hont of the bla! 1112 ll1C Loohmg mto the dun XVd1'111 hght of the Ildllllllf' embms, I mu each .md non 11101111101 of the class of 19 78 IJll1Sl'l1l1,g l11S O1 1101 chosen xxo1lx 'lhu fue smoked tlllflx as pltch In the smoke I sms Emma Sehuldt lildilllllg school flnuc mules 0111 of Ilolstelu As the flfuueb fhclleled bluely HCI oss the smoke I eau,ght .1 gluupee ol St Joseph s lIosp1t.11, 1111010 Lama SCl'1l1bC1lL was helpulg xuth an 01JC1dtlO11 I pushed back 111V chan and Iestlng my 011111 111 my haude I looked lnto the lllk Cl1dllOllQ Shattoll xx as glaeefully playmg 21 beauhful golchn hzup Next I 1JO1tC1X ed Lama Faden the much CClGlJ1:1tCCl toe fld11CC1 at Bounce UdlLlC11 of 1110 NIo111so11 Hotel 111 Clueago '1110 flames xx 010 gcttmg hottel so I moved back .1 llttle xx .15 In the Shad mxs I 1f.I0g111ZCCl I1 eue Gebexs She was ClGS1g111l1g cheeses fm the I'dblll01lrllJlC L1 dns of blex eland Ol1lO mg 1101 beautv pf11l01 111 New Y01k Olty As. I gavod 1uto the glowmg heat my 11I10,g11ldt1011 became Qf1OHg01 I saw lxcumth Dm le .1 noted pubhc speaker H he flames IOSG agfun and among them I caught .1 gluupso of the M 11111 IIus5 f1uton1ob1le Qhoxs xulldoxx 111 SIOUX Clty Next 11001 vas .111 Lxcluslx Q 1111lll11C1'Y shop xxhuh bo1e FIKIIILCQ Kuche1's name lho fue flmlxeled and grew a blt lowel whcu Paul NX Illldlllq and Call Pues wppealed IS sheep muah ownexs 111 Wyo1111110 I dlexx my Chau 1 httle closel to the health I plamlv sau Otto Iluoecheu 18 ulltol ol the New loxlx Tubune The fue Spumg up rl llttln hlghm and John Ixuchd, n1f11mg111g 111s mlfmy farm, appefuecl When I looked d,Q,?l1l1 111010 mas Loursn Imxoldt tunmg, 111 011 he1 xadlo ICOHIIOIII -UIIJEILKIJC, noted bankel 111 Belkley, C.1l1fo111m, 0.11111 IHIO X 1011 Il lul 111111 mas A1mau1 Bl1Ctt11C1, Professol of Cllilllllbfls Ifhe fue gloxx ed and I saw Gemge Bauon, C,Ol1ClllLl01 011 C N Y ll Ill1C1C xms Allied LX1111lg01 21 newspape1 dealeil 111 the hast Inchth II.u1se11 and Evelyn Klotz appea1eclboa1d111g A stofxmslup fm Lumpc, whme they lI1tGDCl to study musle On the dock besule them stood Amandus NIOIU, Quai base ball playel I Stl11Cd up the fue and beheld myself Vllflllg fl book I had aecompllslwd my d111lJ1t1Ol1 of becommg a gleat author The 'fue fell upon the hearth, gave EL last leap and xx ent out lhat mght I fl1td111Cll that 1115 IDX cue was leally llllle EVFIAN IIANSEN If- I ' E we -...gee :- I - vu K Q vi 1 7 I 'v Va V K . V- I ' 4 s I 14 al U I f , 1 . I 'L A 1 . In .I . , .... . . , . I kb . L . I , D . .I I . .- -f - ' - 1 . . f ' . ' . ' . V . , ., .V I . . .4 , . - . 1 . " .. . . - ',v . ' . Y . , V. . 1 - . . ' . -- 4 ' 43 ' w ' - a ' I -. Y. - 1 ' -4 v . -4 I v ' - 1' -. ' - -', v ' M A ' w . . ' ' ' - A v ' V 3 "., Q.. ,I .N. ' . .," . , .. V - -, ' Y - -, - . -. u .- . . r V 1, . 'V I , ..'-. ' ' ' . I , I . I . . T ' ' ' V ' 1 - ' I 0' I ' fl Y 1 1 7" 'xr ' I ' 1 , D - ' - - n Q . . 1 ' . - I AJ Y . . ' I lk . ., - ' x" Il 7 ' I ' , , . Pztula Arp soo11,appea.1'ed 111 a Very professxoual 11131111012 She was Dlilllilg- ' . . -.V V. . . ' 1 " Q ' ' I '1 it . I . I I. 4 ' 1 ' I I' I t' l I I . . ., . 1 xl - T .x ' I ' ' . I x -I 4 U . u ' I 4 . I ' - A A' I rl- - hw 1 . ' - 1- 1' y ' I I -1 - - yn n 1 ' . 1' vtx ' ' V Q ' , .4 -. , N I 4 rw --,v. . .- . , ,. r-'. .I .-1 . . 1 1 L , I , , I 1 . - . - - -. -, .. ' ' - I K ' bu I ' 1 v I 1 1 . ' 5 1 I' n'- A v A .- , I c V . -V . fu. 1 4 ' 1 V .7 .' ' - . . r ' ' . - z.,,e -, .T I . s --1 , . . . , . ' , Q. H4 M. J.. 7. Y 7, ' , 1 . - v -.1 . ,- v ". . , . . .. , , , 'Y , 7 r . . , I . I . . fl 'I - r n I nv i fp 'I ' j ' Iv ' . ' I - . v '- ' I I 0 ij 1, h , . . 11 . r ' 7 U' A. I V 5 ' . 4 - 1 . . . t h " , , . . rw ' , V' . 'I ,r q 1 . 5. E . I r . I , E .' . . . T , J '7 Y ' - V - - ii ', :ig x THE NXTH GRADE 4? , fr. : I 7' " ' GRADE SCHOOL i --E 1 -:il --n. : H - -- , THE FIFTH GRADE THE FOURTH GRADE Y rf. 'ii 7 . r -- 1- THE THIRD GRADE THE SECOND GRADE WZ M' 4 dn FT THE FIRST GRADE JP' I 8413416.23 A-i'qn5EE F f-iliilliadl igil mlaabv Ei Fifi JUQL 'EVEN PUR E ' F' 'K1"'iWEtW H4 MQJLMKE -2!"f9WEf9'l:3 13.2" KIM 'NHIEV B THE KINDERGARTEN , 92-. 1 ' 'TT V--r2,+:g, 1" V-W f- -'af f ' 1- E, ' " if : rr-f"'-1, , , Tv 4. L .f-1i1..d:' Q . 5: W- ff . .,-,L ' ' ' ' . -v ' ' f- '--by w v ww w 'E :iw " gm' Him'-W ,1"1' ' .J ' -- H V LV.: ,. N , L, U 1 ,, Y ...Eff W -f" "' 21: F i- v, .vig ' 4 sf U? , ' ., , g, A , ,E - H H J 'HT ' , - , W T w 2, .3 ,,,, : V M ' 'L M H " " W T T, -H H vw Y "' H ' , r H M ' H as 1 Y gym ww ug' V - ' ' 1.s.-.g..Q,... . ,,n, - T -- 4 ,...,,,f ' ..,,,, V- , ' X ' . - ,,'-""" " " " 5V,,.- ..... - , V "' ,U . 'vm'- Qhg , .,.,,, M , , Y' -F12 '-il, 'f . , . 1 - T . . 1 Hb... lm., -YQ ff V f :Q-A' ' " T if , :IN ' 1 Q ' 'L I' Hifi V -1 A 3 . V- if M. . Q: ..- - uf . V ,V JL . 1 ' V Q v - Q7i'f ' --VA T 1, ,- -' , , -' L C ' W V t . f 4 :rf . . ' I 10 if -. - -L T. M. WATTS Secretary Board of Education J UNIOR-SENIOR BAN QUET The annual J unior-Senior Banquet of the classes of 1924 and 1923 was held at the school house banquet room Thursday evening, May 3rd, The color scheme, scarlet and black, the Senior class colors, was used in decorating. Tables were arranged in a square and were decorated with red and white carnations, and sil- ver good luck horseshoes. At seven-thirty the fifty-one guests were seated and were welcomed by Miss Helen Mighell in behalf of the Juniors. Miss Yula Mighell responded. A three- course dinner was then served by four girls and four boys of the Freshman Class. The dinner was followed by toasts given by Professor Seth and Miss Gish. John Hass gave the history of the Senior Glass and Harry Sindt, the prophecy. The banquet was closed by the selection "Farewell" on the phonograph. In re- nienibrance of the affair, each guest was given a red and White carnation and a sniall silver good luck horseshoe. .X Y :S ' - NRL - W ,lo ATHLETICS Q , I 'U w., Q Q ' 'AL SM I 2' ' r --1 0 .. .I 'Y 4 fig F35 'V 25' - if f ,M , Nv B N "gf ' X .QR BOYS BASKET BALL Boys basl1et ball has been a great success th1s yea1, tl1e team XVlll11l11g SIX tee11 out ot twenty games VVe sta1ted tl1e season N ow e1nbe1 3 losmg a game to G11 va on tl1at date by tl1e seo1e of 7 to 6 But th1s d1d not daunt ou1 ClGtC1II1l111ltl01l to make tlns a successful yea1 Although haymg to start at the bottom ot the ladde1, because all 0111 men XKL10 11ew matellal, we 1ounded 111to good f01111 111 ou1 second game a11d C011t111l1Ctl 0111 good wo1l1 tlnoughout tl1e season VVe took pa1t 111 two tomnaments th1s yea1 one at Cushmg and one at lda G1ove WVe won the Cushmg tournament Where th11tee11 towns XVG16 1ep1ese11ted and lt was tl1e1e that we won f1VG conseeutwe games W1th111 twenty l'0l11 hours -Xt Ida G1 me we Went to the SG1111 fmals but lost th1s game to Galva The Gushmg Tournament lhc L1usl11ng I11Y1t2Lt1011 B B tomnament was a decnded success f01 0l1lSClVC5 Ill XVl1l111llg and also f01 Cushlng 1n putt1ng on such a well 01 g'an1zed lZOl11112l111G11f 0u1 tust game was 111 the 11101I11I1g Wlth Oto VVe won tl11S by the some ot 77 11 0111 second game was VV1tl1 Kmgsley whom we had defeated tl1e mght be l0lC o11 ou1 l1o111e floo1 , we beat them W'ltl.1 a S0016 of '72-4 0u1 tl111d game was w1tl1 tl1e L1ush1ng fellows, they had us beaten the f11St half, but We came back w1tl1 the dete11n111at1on to NV111 and We d1d w'1th a sco1e of 14-10 Tl11S was our hald est game at tl1e tomnament as they were f1esh and We had aheady played two games lVe played tl1e fmals XV1lIl1 Battle Creek and came out on top the S0010 bcmg '7'7 121 The Blttle C1eek boys fought to tl1e fllllgll they HCVG1 lfly down because we had them beaten L Cr banem the 1efe1ee, presented us w ltll a ban11e1 gnen by the OlS011 Sptlltlllg Goods Co , and now It IS hang1ng 1n the Hall of Fame fel flltlllli classes to gaze a Dlstrlct Tournament Clda Grrovej Nldlfill Z and 3 We went to the d1st11ct tournament Two of ou1 1egu.1a1s wue out, due to S1Clx11GSS, bllt we made '1 fanly good show 111g anyway 0111 fnst game was w1th Castana whon1 we defeated Z2 11 0111 second game was w 1th Battle Cheek We also defeated them, tl11S makmg the fou1tl1 tune, bv a some of Ib 10 0u1 tl111d and last game was 111 the se1n1t111a1s wlth Galva, thtv d1.feat111g' us by the S0010 of 16 7 Galva and Y a1l went to tl1e fmals V a1l succeeded 111 VV111111110' 111 a fast a11d Llost gamc and won tl1e 11ght to go to tl1e F'o1t Dodge tOl'l1'112t1'H611l 'Xxx - - , 'QF1 ' X f,.N, , Agn- ii 1.1.1 -- -:V ' L.,,-- Y-,-W1 1. 1 ' 1 . 1 1 . 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'1 1 5 1, ' 1 1 1 1 1 '1 -1 1.1 11 I 1 , , ' ' - l 1 , 1 I - 1. f L 1 -. , 1 v 0 Q . 1 4 - 1-' 1 -1 1 1 ' 1' 1 - v - 1 ' 1 , . k I 1 ' ' .u I -1 -r y - Y, 1 1 ,I 111 ' 1 1 1: . ., 1 , Q . . -1 - 1 1 1. . 1 . 1, 1., . 1 . 1 1 . .4 1 L -- - 0 I l - ' L. X . J, , n I ., u ' 1 K.. u I I 1 5 v . - . K Q. . . . . 1 ,1 1 1 ' ' ta , -, .. , 1 1 . 1 - F l 7 - ' . If -P . lv 15 1 -- I X PERSONNEL OF BASKET BALL TEAM Ni11e 111811 pla.yed in half and more than half the games tl1is basket ball season. Therefore nine letters were issued. John Hass leads the list, being l1igl1 point man with 107 points. John played center most of the season, making a valuable man to the team. He was fast, shif- ty, quick to rush down the floor on offense, and then back on Cl0f011SG. Next to John, came his brother Edward, with 93 points. Ted is fast, shifty and a good passer. Ted played the one forward position. He dribbles fast and shoots with ease from any angle of the floor. The other wing of the front line was held ClOXV11 by Schott, who made 82 points. Al played a fast game, a dead shot from the side, also a valuable H1311 on defense. He promises to be good for next year. One running guard position was held by Crane. He was a fast man regard- less of his size. Doc moves around and keeps company with all the other fast players a.nd was especially good i11 a pinch. He scored 37 points this season. Captain Bauer led this bunch of basket-teers of '22-'23. He is a big husky man with three years experience. ,He has 8 points to his credit. ' Substitutes Vlienert .played a. good game at center, scoring 36 points. He is a good jumper and a. hard scrapper. Schippmann played good snappy games at forward, scoring 34 points. He is a fast man on floor work. Palmer played a hard, "scrappy" game at guard, scoring 10 points. A good, big, fast man on floor work. - Williaiiiis showed up well at forward, scoring 17 points. He is a fast snappy player and a. hard fighter. He also promises good material for next year. Knuth, Zeman, Blenner and Mighell played in a number of games, but not in enough to receive letters. 'Knuth graduates this year, but the others all show good playing ability for next year. 'UH Q4 U I 0 fffIf X 55 gsm F I -. K if 1 . s1f 7, GIRLS, BASKETBALL The girls finished a very successful season Jemima-y 30. They succeeded in winning six games out of the seven games played. No games were lost 011 the home floor. .A few of the team will be lost this year by graduation but H. H. S. can be certain of a good team next year with the material they have. A great deal of credit must be given to the second team who came out every night and helped to make the team successful. LUCILLE ASMUSSEN-tCaptainj Lucille the dependable forward who is allways in the right place and puts the ball in the basket. She is fast and makes quick plays which her op- ponents cannot cover. . YULA MIGHELL-ClforwardQ , Yula is our other forward and certainly fills her place. NVe feel safe when she gets the ball for she generally findslthe basket. BERNADINE PRAYVL-tCeuterJ A This was Bernadine's first year with us, having played with the Sac City team for the past two years. Bernadine is fast on her feet and covers her territory in good shape. ALVENA FADEN-fGua1-dj Alvena has been with us quite a while and never stops work while her opponent has the ball. It requires considerable dexterity to make a basket past her. ANNETTA QEOFJTTSGIT-cRJl1111li11g Cent erj The position of running center is filled by Annetta. She seldom misses a chance to toss the ball to the forwards. MARGARET COOLEY-CGuardD This is M.argaret's first year with us, but when the ball comes within her ' territory she gets it and you are quite sure of a safe throw to center. Substitutes HILDA HUESCHEN- Q Forward J Hilda also is one of our forwards. She is very fast and a capable play- er. She will be a strong forward for the team next year. TERESA McDERMlDTT--CForWardj Teresa was a substitute forward and, although she had little chance to display her skill, she is well adapted to her place. LYDIA M EYER-C Guardj Lydia was not with us until the latter part of the season. She was a very consistent player and made her opponent work. Ki 105 1 A TRACK TEAM 3 NL New I ..,L Y if A- -fiat, 1,1 Z 1.-A ' :if " N1 Z , 'v 1 g '22-'23 BASKET BALL SCHEDULE GH1110 Played at Our Score Their Seoie Holstein vs. Galva There 7 Holstein vs. Kingsley There 6 Holstein xs. Quimby He1'e 6 Holstein vs. Quimby There 13 Holstein vs. Mapleton There 17 Holstein Ks. Battle Creek Here 20 Holstein vs. Danbury There 22 Holstein vs. Anrelia Here 9 Holstein vs. Pierson Here 15 Holstein vs. Battle Creek There 20 Holstein vs. Kingsley Here 16 Holstein rs. Aurelia There 16 Holstein vs. Cushing There 16 Cushing Tournament Holstein vs. Oto Cushing 11 Holstein x Kingsley Cushing 4 Holstein vs. Cushing Cushing 10 Holstein vs. Battle Creek Cushing 12 District Tournament At Ida, Grove Holstein X s. Castana Ida Grove 11 Holstein vs. Battle Creek Ida. Grove 10 Holstein Vs. Galva Ida? Grove 16 . Total--424 227 TRACK The prospects for a winning track team are very good this year. Due to ad- verse conditions no meets were held last year, but it is planned to attend the "M" Meet and the Big Four this year. Several dual and triangular meets will also be on the schedule this yearr. , The material available this year is exceptionally good. John and Ted Hass will both perform in the dashes and pole vault, Crane, Nvienert and Bauer will hdld up their end in the weights. Pahn er is our middle distance man. Sehipp- mann and Knuth are our distance men. Palmer, Knuth, John Hass, and 1Vienert also are out for the jumps. ' WCW k uuunmv i ' L , 17 ,. wi I 4 Q VX, Q' , ff, 1 L If 1, -1, . L GIRLS' GLEE CLUB BOYS' GLEE CLUB iii? MUSIC The Girls' and Boys' Crlee Clubs were organized in the fall with Miss Eekes as director. They fU1'IllSl16Cl music for the public o11 several occasions, Slllglllg at both contests. They will also flU'1llSl1 music for the CO1l11l1G11COIIl6l1t eXc1'c1ses. The Members of the Girls Glee Club Are ll1111ette N 111 Patten Edith R unbo Be1111ce Abuew Nl'l1 Cal etta P11111 l Nl1bcl B1ue1 llclen M1hhell vlfl111l1CCl M1Chell Josephme S01 e11sc11 Luc1lle ASSIHHSSQII ll-1111ett Beye1 EY clyn B1ockn1an l 016111 V111 hV1T1l'IlG L1,ll1f111 NVulf F1 111ees lxuehnle lllllllb M11le1 S'1l1n'1 Rice Lydm Moy C1 Ed1th B 111011 Yul1 M1C,l1ell C1011 1 VV1ll N131 ga1et 'VX ulf H1ld'1 Hueschen Esthel Euckson Do1othy Peteuson Blondina Scl11n1clt H1lda Thede llflyllla Ixuchel Leom GIGSQ Alvena Faden 'Ihe Members of the Boys Glee Club Are lndu 11 d Scl11pp111a1111 ll endell C111116 T101 bel t lxnuth H1115 Sindt lohn Il 1as lohn H 1ss R'1yn1en W10l1G1t John Pallllel Albert kastnel Arnold Untiedt John T ohff 14 1ed Lohff XTLI 11ou VS 1ll1'11ns OPERETTA The 111us1c1l comedy Xhf111d11'11llS of Iloll 1nd was D11 C11 by the Crlee Clubs en shoes The pubhc 11 as well pleased and '1 Good clowd attended ll endell Clane pl 111111, the peut of llflS1lll9Q1 lleltobenbosch 1 11Cl1 111111 owne1 '1ctcd his pfut Well Fchth B1"L111b0 his wife Vrouw He1to enbosch p1ox ed to be -1 X615 k111d 111d Good 111otl1e1 H'111'y S111dt and EdWa1d Sch1ppn11nn 111 the roles of P11111 1nd ll1ns vs e1e we1y eff1c1e11t and pe1s1ste11t love1s lV1ll1elm111-1 the olde1 Cl'1l1t,l1l,01 vs IS 11 ell plqyed by Hauuette Van Patten H1ld-1 tl1e yo1111t,e1 Cldllblllll 11 as play ed by A11 en'1 Faden she ca111ed out the p'11t of f1 saucy Dutch 11l VCIV well I'IGI'l3Oltli11l1lQl1 p1oved to be a VGIY hood A11lGl1C111 sales111'111 W1H1f1Lfl M1 hell pl15 ed the pfut of '1 11Cl1 111111 ONVH61 s d'111Dhte1 xx ell The 110111 of the chouises xx is well l1l ed by 'Ill I c , ' 7 . . 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N Tc1 -1 C 1A l c . 7 ff THE HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Q l I QQ l X ORATORY Q . 1 1 515 Z ' 1. - , 1- l l i ALVENA FADEN JOHN HAAS Great interest was shown in declamatory work this year. Mrs. Raun, of Sioux City, coached the contestants 'and is to be connnended for her good work. There was keen competition in the home contest this year and many of the be- ginners showed great promise. John Hans won first in Oratorical, Alvena Faden, first in Dramatic, and Phillip Rohlk, first in the Humorous. ln a preliminary contest between Cushing, Correctionville and Holstein, John Haas won 'first in the Oratorical and Alvena. Fallen first in the Dramatic. This gave them the right to take part in the sub-district contest held at Kingsley Fri- day, March 16. Here Alvena. again won first in her class. John made a good show- ing and you can expect to hear from him again in the near future. In the pre-dis- trict contest, March 30, at Alta, Alvena received second in the 'Dramatic class. Those taking part in the home contest this year were: Oratorical-John Haas and Herbert Knuth, Dramatic-Blondina Schmidt, Eugenia Schoer, WVinifred Migliell, Clara Will and Alvena Fadeng Humorous-Philip Rohlk, Helen Mighell, Edith Rambo, Lynn Tlvlighell, Harold Conover, Francis Galvin and Frances Kuchnle. The Girls and Boys' Glee Clubs both furnished music for the home contest. The Girls' Glee Club and the Masonic Orchestra furnished music for the preliminary contest. wi-s -L+ -'TifII -3 , g y. -- , Alvena.-M'ho is your favorite author? Ted-Father. l-klVG1121-dxvllilt did he write? Ted-Cheeks. Miss Gish-Nobody ever heard about a sentence without a predicate. Erwin K-l have. Miss Gish-What is it? Erwin K-Thirty days. Mrs. Rambo-NVhat time did you get in last night, Edith E? Edith-At a quarter of twelve. Mrs. Rainbo--I was up until nearly three waiting for you. Edith-Well, isn't three a quarter of twelve? Mr. Beamer tln Civicsj-Are farmers allowed to make cider since prohibition went i into effect? . 3 -1 Wendell-Haven?t you heard of the freedom of the press ? ' Fresh-YYhat is history? I A Senior--It is that science which treats of dates. Speck-Mfhy are all the teachers smiling today ? Earl K.-Ted Hass studied his lessons today. Howie at a football frame -How dirt the iilavers get! How do they ever get u s Y 1 ., , . c 1 clean again? P Bunny-H ell, what do you suppose they have the scrub team tor? Miss LH1'?l-l'tilY1l'1011, I heard you talking in class today. Raymeiz-That's funny. My folks never told me that I talked in my slee J. . . .. . l Editli--l1Yhere did you get all of those freckles Al S.-l worked so hard one day that the perspiration broke out and rusted on my face. Miss Lura-Edward if You have ffum in your mouth ilease remove it. . I I a . I ca .I 1 Miss Lura Ca ,little laterj-Did you get rid ofthe gum? Edward-Yestm. l think it's down now. M r. Seth-W hat will be used for fuel wh en the eoal supply is exhausted? Doc-Cobs. ' Miss J-Tell me about the Caucasian race. Hugo-li wasn?t there. fl went to the basket ball game. - - 1 ww VN ' x Nw W Q x S J xx Y' - .5 W . A , MH " ' 0 , , FN b --ii if Q Ii N 'fa ' If I ' u 2 N X N , .. 5 'N if Aix Q, -' 'X W iff f 2 41 yi X f f ,A ,Q '5 , . i s ' ' FATHER TIME A '21, " - W . km I -i -r - .- , I-IOLSTEIN HIG-H SCHOOL ALUMNI, 1893-1923 The Holstein High School has graduated 190 pupils since 1893. These, al- though scattered from coast to coast, are earnestly supporting their old high school. Many have attended higher institutions of learning, worthy positions in the business and professional world. Class of 1893 . Mabel Rea-Axline, Albion, Idaho. ,Nelson Edgar, Cherokee, Iowa. Anna Edgar, Deceased. Class of 1894 Nellie Crdway-Horner, IVagner, S. D. Ferdinand Paustian, Rockford, Ill. Rose Munz-Rau, Storm Lake, Iowa. Class of 1896 Eva Johnson, Los Angeles, Cal. Maggie Hotzel-Blackburn, Los. Angeles, Cal. Inez,S1nith-Seitz, Portland, Ore. Alfred Haas, Deceased. Class of 1897 Christina J anns-Buettner, Holstein, Iowa. Lillie Hotzel-Browning, Inglewood, Cal. Fred Judiesch, Denver, Colorado. Lulu Norton-Nelson, Ho-lstein, Iowa. Lillie Von Dohren-Zeman, Holstein, Iowa. Carl lNlcCutchen, Ida Grove, Iowa. Edith Norton-Lasher, Macon, Georgia. Class of 1898 Nellie Baumgartner-Allen, Spooner, XVis. Alice Judiesch, Los Angeles, Cal. Mary Munz-Mueller, WVaterloo, Iowa. Maud Gihnore-Schroeder, Deceased. Thomas Judiesch, Milestone, Sask., Canada IIT'illian1 Vohs, Sioux City, Iowa. V Class of 1899 A Blanch Raush-McCutchen, Sioux City, Iowa. Stacia Hart, Sioux City, Iowa. Nora Sindt-Loomis, VVater1oo, Iowa. Florence Judiesch-Tourgee, Spencer, Iowa. Bessie Brenton-Moreland, Milford, Iowa. and have attained I-IIG-I-I SCHOOL ALUMNI CONTINUED Class of 1900 Nelhe Allen MCCHtCl1GOH, Ida Grow, Ioxx Alma Thode Edgar, Chelokee, Iow'1 Eumce Wattels Brown, Selby S D Class of 1901 I-Iattle McCutc11eon Keck Ghampeu 111 Class of 1902 W F Hutton JI Cherokee, Iowa Ollle Sletv Hammond Memco Mo 031116 SIQIZ M1lle1 INIGXICO, Mo L'1u1a Bertelsen Gllennv, SIOUX Cnty Ioxx 1 FlO1G1ICG Rea MCC01m1Cli Kallspell M0111 Class of 1904 Albelt BGTDGI Seattle, wVl"ISl1111gt01l Innda Thode Jones Calvet Sask C1111 Cola Von Dohren New Yorl Class of 1905 Ahce WIHIGI SIOUX Clty Iowa Marqueute Schroeppel Schallel 011 1 Frma Woh1enbe1g Fon Glncago Iohn W Sclnppmann Chlcaoo Ill 1' rthm Bertelsen Holstem, Ioxx 1 Class of 1906 Mfuy Calhoun Bllbv Albe S D Anna Mentzer, Lake Glty Iowa Manne Wlentzer Holsteln Iowa Alf1 ed PWUSIIHII, Rockford Ill 11.1116 Rauch Malks Lake Palk Iow 1 Ahce Wents l?h1ll1ps, Ida GIOIL Ion 1 Class of 1907 IILIIIY Bal tellt, llhtchell, S D Oscal Buettner IIolste1n Iow1 Glace Ham ey GIOSVGIIOI DCCTIIII We I1 Paul Jess Deceased 1411 111 Krana OIn'1h1 Ncb ,N 1. -x v if-ku -I ' - 71, 'z1. c - ' c . . Q - , , , , ' f ' ' - , 'g 2, Ill. . . " 'Q, - V. . . - , I 7. , J 7 , 4 . - . 1 l . , . C - 4 V 7 ' It ' 1, u , , . 5 A P, , ' I 0' 'y ' vc - ' . , ' - , , ., ,f fda. '- I , I. Leeds Loop-Nokes, Los Angeiles, Cal. 1: 5 f - h f " , ', I fa. J ' - ', , v . I1 1 , I U. , . - 1 ' ' , fs. I I ' I , , I . Q . . c ' , cv. I ' 'L 7 7 " ' C. . ' 1, . . J f 1" , C , ", 'z. ' - - ' ' . 1 ' f 2, 1 fa. ,N -X . 4 . J ' ' . ' , - , 2. ' 7 ' 1 ', ' c 1 ', 1 ' ,. 9 1 7 ' J V' 7 .re ' , c Z, 9 . I . x , YN eil., .4-::.. i. .1 -S.g :.-.aw -- . HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI-CONTINUED Ella Lohflf, Holstein, Iowa. il..l'G1.'lIl2i.11 Meier, Bloomfield, Nob. Ray Norton, Chicago, Ill. Leo VVinter, Chicago, Ill. ,Daisy Rennfeldt-Bleasdell, Early, Iowa. Glass of 1908 Frank Burns, Los Angeles, Calif. Edith Cizek-Merkley, Los Angeles, Cal. Blanch Gearhart, Lake City, Iowa. Albert Lohff, Holstein, Iowa. Mary MeCuteheon-Cary, WIDICTSGI, Iowa. Joy Milbourn-Kilsery, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Glass of 1909 Kathryn Carstensen-Slater, Isanti, Minn. Austin Henyan, Manchester, Iowa. Clara Jatho-Ewoldt, Holstein, Iowa. Irene Kranz-Chrisehilles, Algona, Iowa. William Lohff, Holstein, Iowa. Annetta Steleh-Keefe, Marcus, Iowa. Harriet Stewart-Hawn, Holstein, Iowa. Albert Thode, Holstein, Iowa. Class of 1910 Maurice Galvin, Cherokee, Iowa. Ruth McGuire, Chicago, Ill. Alfred Knuth, Elkton, S. D. Ina Sohroeppel, Sehaller, Iowa. Bertha Stoltenberg, Omaha, Nebr. Edna Thode-Voelker, Oklahoma. Grace W'inter-Dorothy, Ute, Iowa. Glass of 1911 Phil Burns, Los Angeles, Cal. Ray Galvin, Holstein, Iowa. Walter Meier, Orange City, Iowa. Tillie Roehau-Ehrp, Holstein, Iowa. Josie Sinclt-Stricker, Holstein, Iowa. VVilliam VVatters, Holstein, Iowa. Class of 1912 Carl IVohle11berg, Holstein, Iowa. Minnie Freesman-Kitterman, Sehaller, Iowa Viola Giese, Pierson, Iowa. Susan Nelson-Hansen, Sehaller, Iowa. F' 1 .-1 Q HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI-CONTINUED Class of 1913 V Muriel Wulf-Tumer, Evans, Iowa. Iva Garmer-Wesfall, Boise City, Idaho. Bernice Greve-Hansen, Holstein, Iowa. Arthur Hansen, Holstein, Iowa. Zoa McGuire-Murphy, Dubuque, Iowa. Ruby Thompson-Adams, Alta, Iowa. Harriet Knuth, Holstein, Iowa. Milda Cizek, Los Angeles, Calif. Leona VVheatley-Lavely, Crookston, Minn. Class of 1914 Martha? Bertelsen, Holstein, Iowa. Edna WQHIS-Ii1'31HGf, Placientia, Cal. Ida Thiehnann, Deceased. Lowell Butcher, Des Moines, Iowa. Edward Hansen, Holstein, Iowa. Emma Giese-Brechwaldt, Holstein, Iowa. Edna Allen-Lenz, Holstein, Iowa. Marie Anderson-Hicks, Rockwell City, lowa Glass of 1915 John Will, Holstein, Iowa. Edgar Rice, Omaha, Nob. Elsie Untiedt-Stevenson, Quimby, Ion Betty Untiedt-Lingle, Comfrey, Minn. Alfred Hansen, Storm Lake, Iowa. Rudolph Knuth, Elkton, S. D. Elsie Paustian, Omaha, Neb. Orpha Bleasdell Butcher, Arpine, IVi Mack Schroeppel, Marcus, Iowa. Class of 1916 Edward Arp, Holstein, Iowa. Leona Hansen, Holstein, Iowa. Fred J ess, Holstein, Iowa. Emma Lemke-Lamp, Holstein, Iowa. Allegra Schroeppell, Schaller, Iowa. Lenora Sieh, Omaha, Neb. Hilda Thielmann, Lakeland, Florida. Lester Thode, Canada. . Franklin Van Patten, Holstein, Iowa. Lloyd WHltG1'S, Wintcrset, Iowa. Class of 1917 Frederick Klotz, Holstein, Iowa. Hugh McGuire, Holstein, Iowa. Nina Carstensen, Holstein, Iowa. 'EL S. " 5 I , HIG-H SCHOOL ALUMNI-CONTINUED Harry Yule, Nunn, Colorado. Edna Will, Holstein, Iowa. Raymond Toedt, Miles, Iowa. Albert Heyde, Grand Island, N eb. Class of 1918 Glenn Arp, Holstein, Iowa. Wilbur Hansen, Holstein, Iowa. Edith Greve, Holstein, Iowa. Robert Steffen, Holstein, Iowa. Walter Klotz, Holstein, Iowa. Alfred Schuett, Holstein, Iowa. Leonard Lohff, Des Moines, Iowa Glass of 1919 Edna Pieper-Roehr, Sioux City, iowa. Edna Jess, Iowa City, Iowa. Fred -Miehaelsen, Ida Grove, Iowa. Blanche Cooley, Holstein, Iowa. Edgar Bleasdell, Holstein, Iowa. Annetta Hansen, Holstein, Iowa. George Hutton, Los Angeles, Calif. Vera Rice, Omaha, Neb. Class of 1920 Pearl Bagenstos, Iowa City, Iowa. Ronald Mighell, Ames, Iowa. John Vtiinter, Sioux City. Iowa. Jennie Johnson, Sioux City, Iowa. Dorothy 'I'hiel1na.nn, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Geneva Steffen, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Mildred Vlfilliamson, Olds, Iowa. Dolly Fritz, Holstein, Iowa. Hilda Sindt, Holstein, Iowa. . Elfrieda I-Iuesehen, Holstein, Iowa. Class of 1921 Arthur Meyer, Holstein, Iowa. 'Dorothea Forthmann, Fort Wayne, Alice Mighell, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Frances Hansen, Iowa. City, Iowa. Evalyn Crane, Iowa City, Iowa. Hulda Neubauer, Holstein, Iowa. Viola Bleasdell, Holstein, Iowa. Stephen Langkalnmerer, Iowa City, Margaret Mighell, Holstein, Iowa. Ruby J ohnson, Holstein, Iowa. Helen Johnson, Holstein. Iowa. Margaret Jess, Iowa City, Iowa. Edward McGuire, Dubuque, Iowa. ml lou XX L -A-HH, ,-.-...Y --vu '-- rf- , HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI-CONTINUED 4 Elnora Eden Holstein, Iowa. Nlinnie Brechwaldt Omaha, N eb Bernetta Kopplm, I-Iolstem, Iowa Luella Sehmldt Holstem, Iowa l1l01l11LL I 1mp Ida Grove, Iow 1 Sldney W1ll1d1HS, I'IOlSl2G,111, Ioxx f1 Glass of 1922 C l"l1L1lC0 Eden Holstem, Iowa C a1l 1 angkammerer, Iowa C1ty Iox Be1tha Faden, Cedar Falls, Iowa Xlnbuet W1ll1amson, Holstem, Iox Khce Hueschen, Cedar Falls, Iow 1 111115 Meyer Holstem, Iowa Gladys Peterson Albuquerque 11 N11 D1 mees Pr1ce, Des Memes, Iowa Frances Cooley, I-Iolstem, Iowa Laura Lette, Ind1a11apol1s, Ind Elwayne Peterson, Holsteln, Ion fx W1ll1am Bauer, Holstem, Iowa Ed111 Hansen, Lester, Iowa 1 1 11 W1111 lxllld ot meohamcal dev1oe has been 1IlYBlll0Cl 1111 1111111 wlos? IX 11111111 A 1nf111 1 111111 1 D1d you get any marks 111 school today? 1111111111 X os but they are where they don't show 111 annual IS a ,,,1oat 1I1V91'1t1011 Tn, boa1d gets all the fame, T 10 p1111te1 '111 the money and 1ttr11t11111 10 ed1to1 all the blame 'D Xllss VK Hllly you IDIS spelled most of the wo1ds lll 111111 u11111111s111o11 11 111111 I kl1OVV 1t I am golng to be -1 dlalect 1111tf,1 N11 B1-1111e1 What vas the era of good feel111,g6' 1111111 Lohfl The IVIIISIILY rcbelhon Nhss J Do we have a burnmg f1re III our body? f 1111 1 W Yes 1l1'l,'11'Il on cold davs I Pan see the S1110l 1 wluppx Nly health has 1mp1oved wondeutully SIIICO I 111 lll 111111 11111 S10ll 1111 11111, V1 1111 r S-Do yo11 take lt llltefnally 01 11111 It on? Doc 'What 110 tl1e 111111111389 7 ' .X 1 , . . . ' , c. T v -- , '2 '1 1: , 2. , ' Tc. , . Q 1 c "I , . , I I A 1 . uf , ... - , Yrl. 11 If 'Wa ' ' ' ' va. 1 '1.' ' 'E . V- u ltr . . . I . 7 'u 1 7 ', I 4, 5X. ., . . 'R c. , I . fn . I 7 ' 1 'C- . C- . 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N? s gif a o u at f 4 " "'t"'s'oI S M 'S A i W THE STAFF -.ll1L -i- Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Senior Class Editor Junior Class Editor Sophomore Class Editor Freshman Class Editor Eighth Grade Class Editor Seventh Grade Class Editor Athletics Art Calendar Jokes Snapshots Music Home Economics Draniatics Social Commercial Manual Training Alumni Girls' Basket Ball Wendell Crane Vernon Willianis Rayinen lVienert Gerdaline Vollmar llarriette Van Patten Edith Rambo Hilda Hueschen Lynn Mighell Virginia Wi.lliai111s Evelyn Hansen Lester Bauer Yula Mighell Frances Kuehnle John Palmer Edward Schippiuann Alvena Faden Eugenia Sehoer lVinifred Might-ll John Hass .I ohn Lohff , Fred Lohff 'Herbert Knuth Bernadine Prawl Y 1. X1 CALENDAR September 1 School opens Many 11ew rules are set dovsn by Faculty 1 Several of the pup1ls a1e begnlmng to Wrsh fO1 1acf1,t1on 14-New f tees ue bGCOD11l1g f'11n1l1ar FAIIDGIS gettlng onto ou1 11 ays 19 SCHIOI XVICHIG 1O'lSt VVho got the p1ckles and 1112l1Sl11Y13llOXNS9 'fl SCHIOIS elect Yula M1ghell p1GS1d6l1t of el1ss October 2 .hggs and lhIELgglG teams o1gan1zed to sell t11e Count1y Gent 4-Exc1tement 111113 lllgll 111 the 1ace f01 most snbsc11pt1ons C B111 Baue1 V1S1tS school VVe wonde1 whom he came to see' NIagg1e team IS v1otor1ous ln a very close race Ex uns' liDU'l111S' How 1nany expect to 1ece1ve any 10071 IJZIIJCIS7 Same tlnng and more of lt A1010 lngh g1'1dGS 1ece1ved by many R po1t cfuds out What d1d you get 111 Depoltment " Class games BIGSIMGS beat Sophs SGHIOIS swamp JHHIOIS Se 1101s skm F19Sl11GS and a1e proclanned Champlons " Lots of oxe1te1ne11t, ch mgc 1n Chem1st1y t821Cl191S Pl1yS1C'1l f1a1n1ng guls too no1sy Get called ot G1 tl1e cmrpet 'N 7191011613 1nst1tute 'tt Ida GIOVG Hun 1h fO1 '1 1est November I-hgh school pa1 ty SGVG1 al dumb bells found 111 the Assembly A1no1d Unt1edt 1S not 1n school Many VVO11dG1 Why Othels 1111011 B B g'1I11GS '1tG'1lva Gnls w1n Boys lose Hfootball' game Good Enghsh YVeok Some ve1y Ollglllil poste1s a1e made John Hass gets -1 f1ee 11de to assembly hom P T class L1te1a1y p1Og1'11l1 BIUSIC by f1I10f7D qu'11tet IS appreclated by 1ll Se111o1 Clmss 1noet111g, What sl1a1l ou1 class motto be? Home Econonucs guls go f1sl11ng fOl wo1n1s Everybody 11,1111 ll XVo11de1 hon O1Vll R2ld'1Cl1 hkes to nuke apologlesn? Fust 1'1te Alt ent and Ihlda hke the paddhng BT10111119 ve1y much New 1ule Assembly IS a study 1JG110Cl 1:10111 4 o'cloc11 to 4 30 Doc ,gets kmked out ot l1b1'1ry G11 ls d1G1C'l1111I1g to shoot pf1pe1 11 lds ll1lS s1y lt IS even 1no1e GYCIt111g th 111 Cl1CXX111,g gum Dec1'1mato1y coach he1e today H1010 boys ale wanted by eoaeh Van has '1 pan of glasses That IS the pumshment of 1n'1l11ng eyes Ex uvone looks NVO111Gd Exams tl11S A M Facts today Doc got 1 sh 111 K ly got 1 haucut John H washed 111s eals, Bunny got '1 shoe shun Tultlts p1oposed to Van Palmy brmgs candy f01 the guls xells 7-L-1 ep 111G9t111g' Botl1 teams t10l111CG Qmmby B1g feed "LftG1VV ud hue c11ll Good lt w'1sn't real 01 the Semors would have bulned up 71 StC1QOpf11C'111 mens t0111gl1t Caesar and l11s explo1ts VH R1po1t c'11ds out 'lgillll Gene1al IHISG 111 Deportment??? 70 '111111l1sg,11111.g, t0111OI1'OW We ue thd11lxfl1lf01 '1 vacat1on . l. l ,., . i 1 . . , . I 7 C . A T E E 'I . I ' C . . l A l 'U I 1 L T1 F vi' -' . ' . . ' c . . c ' '. J- 2 ' ' ' C ' ' ' ' 1 . 't 1 . ' . , . .' V -. . ' at . .. 1 X 77 T I . Y I. D . . 1 , 1 I. . 4 . 9- ' . ' ,. L V2 11.-l . -C . . i . . Y I 'W , , ' 1 12" . Z' . 'c . ' c- ' 0 . 1 Y . V . 1 . V 10" is c ' . ' c ' c ly. lg- G "A c " H c I ' u ' i 62 . . . 19- ,1 ' . 1- ' . '1 1' ' - 20-. A1 . 1 . l . cl i . H . 235- A V .' V . E 4 ' ' . . , ,.. X . . E 26"-'..1 i 2 '1 c 1 . ' 'Z 1 c- ' 1 . 1 ' -n 11- - - ' 9 . '. ' oi . . c c 'c- -. ' . c 1. 6 - ' , 1 1' -' I - M- . c ' - c . F' ' I 1- 'ii fi c 1 . . c . E1 - K .. . Q .C , , -- - C . - - , 2 ., , . . - . . lo-E1l0Yl1Sl1 test IS also a 1'ec1ated. Both teams tI'11'11 Klnvsle 1. D C 13- ' - 1 1 1' - - - 14- 1 , '- -"- ' ' - - . 11 1 S. 151 ' ' ' 7 ' 2 ' c . ' Z . J I ' 'c . lb-' ' 3 c K ' 1 ct c1 ' , . . 17- -, ' 1' ' - ' ' 1' " 1. v 1' . ' 'J -' I l .I "c- . " ' ' c ' ' ' c ' 72 S. if 4 ' ' V 1 . ' 4 Y 7' . . fr . 4 f n A. . . 1 v. i My c c cv c ' ' . c- x , c -VD. 'J . -v -.' 1 ' 1 . . Y . 20- YJ. ' . , , . 1 4- . rvt, ay f C. 1" '5 , 1 '1 1---' C .."1'15o'1"1.i' " . C 5 ' ' ' 7 " . L, 3, ' I 5 .. ' i ' C 1'.,l." ' C I 2 1 ' 1 Lf- Y ' ' C ry T - h , C . 7 . L - 1 . . Lf' 3 - C . cu ' 1 1 ' ' V 4' LL- ' z Y' f' P' ' ' . .2 ' 'f ' ' ' 6 ' ' . ek 5 6 7 -Big game tonight. Everybody out 8-Contest tonight. How many knees -Dr. Doyle gives a lecture. Several buttons found in the collection. -Rumored that the boys are going to l si? G December -NVe hear that some of the teachers can't shoot paper wads as well as the Sen- iorsg but perhaps practice makes perfect. sing at the contest. WVonder if anyone will stay to hear the speakers. and yell for all you are worth. are shaking? Bunny is peeved. 11-Home Economic girls are getting childish. Make cats, dolls, etc. 1,2 -The assembly is very quiet and peaceful today. 13-Senior girls are late to class againg must pep it up. 14--Exhibit tomorrow. Boys wonder where the candy is. 15 -Played Quimby. Both teams won. Nice rough game. Callers today. 18-Won1an's Club meeting tonight. All the boys be out. 19-Philip is playing on the Girls' B. B. team. 9 s .0-Big Mapleton game tonight. Boys lose in a hard fought game. 21-Going. NVe have callers in class. lWonder how they liked it. u 22-Going! Gone! For Xmas vacation. Have a good time. 1 January 8-Everybody is back on the job with smiling faces. 9-All the grades have their pictures taken. Look pleasant please. 10-Big games with Battle Creek. Beat our old rivals twice. 11-We are reviewing today for exams which come next week. 12-Same as yesterday. Teachers seem to enjoy putting us in misery. '15 t... Deportment meeting. Don't you wish you could be a little mouse l? 16-Exemptions to exams read. Are you lucky? Foolish question. 17---Exams! Exams! I lay me down to rest before tomorrow's awful test. ' 18-lt would be a pleasure to do away with tests. 19-Seniors recuperate enough to canvass town for Annuals. Boys take Danburyts 22 .353 -0 -Home Economies girls are serving dinners now. Boys walk on scalp. Short talk on thrift. Get your life insured before next test. Aurelia. 24-Mr. lVoh'lenberg give us a talk on Thrift. 26 lo-Big parade to get a crowd up to the game. Boys lose. - -YVe wonder why so many were late to school this morning. 29-Doc Crane is back to school after a much appreciated vacation. '! 1 2 5 6 7 8 fl .lil-Set of deportment rules read. Beware of the "Office" Girls loseg boys win at Battle Creek. ' February -"Van" is told that she knows absolutely nothing. . -Ground hog dayg sees his shadowg we are doomed for some winter. -B. B. boys bring home the banner won at Cushing. Speeches. -Miss Lura brings her bones to Physiology class. -Beamer has a headache. Boys are all sick or feeling bad. -Tests today and promise for' more in the near future. -Bunny absent today. He must have played basket ball too hard. 12-Chemistry class made hydrogen sulphide. Smells like real fresh M. I fl. C gf L if- v X51 ef 'Y 1 ..uE:"" CALENDAR v eggs. 1.5-Regular chorus of voices in the assembly today. Well liked. .LH-Junior Valentine party. More chaperons are Wanted. c 15-Beamer confiseates Civics and Economics books. Go to bed earlier. 16-Bunny has the mumps. I'll bet he feels quite swelled up. IJ- 20- Miss Wedgwood sick. Mrs. Soth teaches her classes. Seniors decide on Commencement cards. No one injured or killed. 21-We learn how to Write our names correctly without mistakes. 22-Beamer gives us a test. Philip feels fine after the night before. 23-In Physiology class, Lester has a hand in his dinner. 24-Ted and Les eat eggs at schoolg they taste better. 26-Annual pictures taken today. W'e all enjoy this. 27-Literary society program is very good. Pantomine well liked. 28-Philip took a number of snapshotsg but he put the films in Wrong. March 1-Exams enjoyed by all. B. B. tournament at Ida Grove tomorrow. 2-Senior girls play hookey. Boys Win from Gastana and Battle Creek. Alvena 9 :J and John win in contest held here. -Boys lose in semi-finals to Galva. Rough hard-fought game. In cafe at Ida Grove, boys get paper napkins with "Try Ida Grove pig meal." lVhat did they think that was-a tie barn. 5-Six Senior girls go to the office. Have a had blizzard today. 6-Same girls stay at school till 5:10. Junior bob party. 7-Several Juniors have straw in their clothes. Report cards out. 8-Fine snowball weather. Girls get faces Washed. 9-VVinter weather. Miss Vlfedgwood solicits for St. Louis paper. 12-Several more old gold sweaters appear. Some class-What? 13-The big question of the hour, "Who- gave Faden that vanity box?" 14-Buy your tickets to the Operetta early to avoid the rush. 1.5-'Windmills of Hollandn given. A large supply of eggs today. 16 1 9 -e-Contest at Kingsley. Red lips and cheeks common. -Speeches this morning. Alvena Faden won the contest Friday. 20-Snowball fights. Battle of Waterloo refought at noon. 21.-Last day of school this week. 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If you will investigate the clean rec- ord of the Holstein Savings Bank you will have no hesi- tancy about choosing this bank as your Bank. Our interest in you does not cease when you open an ac- cofunt. That the relationship between the bank and its cus- tomer has proved mutually pleasant and profitable is evi- denced by the substantial suc- cess oef both. We .invite your business. l We Pay -Oni Time Deposit Z1 G. J. WOHLENBERG, President J. C. KUCI-IEL, Vice-President CI-IAS. KASTNER, Ass't Cashier C. C. VVOI-ILENBERG, Vice-Pres. T. R. I-IOLLENBECK, Ass't Gash. R. P. WHEATLEY, cashier :K :Ez S: 1 gm 1 l I1 1' l i 4 X X IA .V .. . .. U ., V .,,.-155,453 "rru':9vw'r1':7c'1r'1:kk N .. ,. 7 -' -f -' -- - - - -- - -1 - - -L c:..a:.a::.: .:.a:L:a,L.xL ' '.-:.-:.-rar: X ,C-nf-Q-H9 -.':9f'1- ' TP5?7:+?7l'55?vH'?'5x'i'H?i'P"7""1" """"'1 x '5'31x'Px .C 5. .- .. , ,. A A Zx ..'l9'l6'li alk and be ealthy Buy Your Shoe Store ew... F. 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