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

 - Class of 1925

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X J 2 vol.uME vm 1:1 Q-5' I x5k'5.1,i fx 'f THE HOLSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL -kv f?E1vhi1fzriiu11 Un H12 sinhvufs uf figs gl5'Ill15fl'i1I5l'I'fL1LTl5 iulyu spvnh ilyrir time auth nnvrgg fniflyin flyusv iuzzll-5, auth fuhn mug fuisly in rvrzzll flgr QJIPZIEIIITS auth hf5ilIJPl1i1Ii'1lIB1If5 uf aziiiliiies ilyvrv, fur, Hp' dass nf '25, hnhirzlhf this zmulzal. F. D. THIELMANN, President C. J. WOHLENBERG J. K DR. G. H. CRANE HENRY MEYER, JR, c' if xx 1- fe A. P. CLAUSEN T. E. LINDER, Treasurer T, M. WATTS, Secretary .45 L 1, W M. R. SOTH, M. A. State University of Iowa, Social Science SUPERINTENDENT LUCY PORTER ' Home Economics Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa, PRINCIPAL nj t-:'ii - . A, X X MRS. NORMA GREGERSON English Latin Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa. MRS. PEARL PAINTER Coninieiwial, History, Civics Kirksville State 'I'eache1's' College Kirksviile, Mo. l BOYER CRIDLEBAUGH Mathematics Morningside College? MRS' NEVA DUBOIS Sioux City, Iowa, Music History Nortliwestern Uliiversity Evanston College, Evanston, lll. WW LA VANE SELLERS Girls' Physical Training History Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa, VIRGIL PAINTER Boys' Physical Training Chemistry Kirksville State Teachers' College Kirksville, Mo. FRANCES CAWIEZEL Junior High Iowa State Teachers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa, NELLIE WALTERS Junior High Iowa State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, ' x Sill-4 E, X-. 1 111 PEARL KITCHEN Sixth Grade Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa. HELEN MEYER Fifth Grade College of St. Teresa. XViIlOllZl, Minn. HELEN KIPER Fourth Grade Central College, P61131 Iowa- NITA GLORFELD Third Grade Iowa State Teacfllers' College Cedar Falls, Iowa, C' 1- ,xf 14, D if -. f.: ...L - , D .8 - .--, SYBIL GARBER Second Grade Iowa State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, SADEE GRAY First Grade Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. V ER NA LOSE E Kindergarten Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa KE? LW LCD t 1 1 1 xx l l A CLARA WILL Glee Club 1, 2, 33, -1 Declaiuatory 12, Cl, Editor of Moo. Sl1e's called a sensible girl, But ready always for a whirl. 'tWILLIl4l" VERNON WILLIAMS Foot Ball 4 Captain 4 Track 3 Basket Ball ll, 2, 3 Base Ball Il Business Manager of Moo. lt' only the girls would let me aloue! HBEELUM " BLONDIN A SCHMIDT G11-e Ulub 1, 2, 3, 4 Deelamatory 2,-L Ulass History Orchestra 4 So teasing, so pleasing, Uaprieious, delicious. "BONNIE" WAYNE GEER Class President Foot Ball 4 Track 3 Basket Ball Social Editor Base Ball 3 The greatest pleasure of the day Is to waste my time HVWZIY. 6 6 7 7 A qi :ff , f MU' -.2 L-tim, i 3 1 w W MARGARET WULF HIL-v Hula 1, 2 gxlllllllli Ndiiul' S114-,s 4lzai111yzu1d1xico mul suciuhlv. Yos! But not biwllflll. HIIIQAYYU ERVIN KUCHEL lhutlmll -L Bzunl 4 Bzxskvi .lukv :md Sllil11Sh0f, limlitm' Low- is ion simplv 11, illillg' for 21. mam of busim-ss, "IYllC" MABEL WILL Bull 4 Glov Club 1, 2, 23, 4 Class Eclitsn Um' lwzxri rs not zllfogx-ilu-1' Ill IIUI H MAE " WU 4 I Q FRANK RICE lUl'1J2ll'flll01lf2ll Editor, I "A gvutlcllulll and il scholzu' 1 Saying' nothing' about ll0ll0l'.', HFRANKH 4 i 1 .1 , L L 1121 f film El Sim HILDA THEDE Class Sec'1'eta'1'y and T1'02lSUl'Ol' le Club l, 2, 3, 4 O1'Q'llCSi1'2l, 2, 3, -L XVe'll have to amluiit she's clever, But mloes she kid us? Never!" HSNICKH JOHN MATTLIN Foot Ball 4 As a sfrangei' he came to our midst and Won our hearts. HOURLY" EDITH BARRON Orc-liest1'a 3 Glee Club 2 ply the thing I aiu shall make me live "BARRY" ADELE BELSON Not because your hair is curly, Not because your eyes are blue, 1t's because you 're always smiling That we love you. HFRENCHYN .V ' I , U Mlfglggiif, Y lziimi- X I MYRNA KUCHEL L bl' L Glu-1'l11Im2,JI,L Baslwi Ball II, W Valvmlar Nmlitm' Urclu-slra -L Hfillrillss s' L' " llllll Ala lxl cs auotlwr spnll. L "KUUKl4lY" f L ARNOLD UNTIEDT Font Ball -L Track I3 Basolmal Atlllvtic lflmliior Baslwt Ball 53, A mind of your own is wurtll two Of anotlwr. 1 UBUNNYH HILDA HUESCHEN 7 Girls' Baskvt Ball lC4lltor ' lHwlWMmL2QLL Jmnar l Haslwt Ball 2, II, L Uaptah l A popular girl, in finu trim, 3 Anal always at work with :L vim. "lll'I1lSU.lll4lY" 1 MABEL BAUER 5 CKLTAYE 7 7 I Gln-0 Ululm 2, 3, L Music lflcliiur A small spark S0ll1t'lllIl0S r A sfarfs a large liao. BQ'XX'2ll'i'l fi" 5. L 11 1 .1 X, flxils-:L .-- VE:'Ev I HARRIET BEYER Cllee Club 2, fl, +L Basket Ball 4 Coiumou sense will carry you anywlu-re, if you use euough of it. HHATTIE " MELVIN SINDT Yell Leader 4 Basket Ball -I Melvin raves to beat the band, lVhen girls try to hold his hand. USINDT ' ' IREN E LEMBERG Glee Club 1, 2, 4 Poem for Moo. "A little work, a little play, V A Sunbeam on a rainy day. " ' ' RENIE ' ' ALVIN SCI-IROEDER lillll glad leap year only comes once iu a whileg they always rush me so. Q Give me time and I'll get it done. V ' ' SPECK ' ' U SCIIROEDER' ' ROLAND PAULSEN i Band 4 Basket Ball 2 Base Ball 3 , Foot Ball 4 Orchestra 3 Art Editor Z egg' 1. SENIORS President, Wayne Greer Secretary, Hilda. Thede Sponsor, Mrs. Painter Vice President, Myrna. Kuchel Colors: Royal Purple and XYhite. Flowers: Sweet Peas. Motto: "NVhen we build, let us build forever." CLASS HISTORY. Twelve years ago in September, 1913, a number of little boys and girls toddled to school. Some who were brave went by themselves, but those who were not, hung tightly to the skirts of Mother or an older sister. Miss Porterfield was our teacher, and with her kindness soon taught us not to be frightened. lt is but vaguely I re111e1nber this day. In this year we little by little learned to read out of the "Sweet Pea Primer." iVe counted the beads on a board, but always miss- ed seventy. NVe were divided into two divisions, division "A" being the brighter, but one day division "B" prompted us when we came to seventy. In the second grade we were in the wooden part of the building. Miss Par- son was our teache1'. This year we knew what school was and entered with much more confidence. lfn this grade we had a program with the first grade. Some were Dutch girls and boys, and others were Sunbonnet Babies 211141 Overall Boys, The next year the third and fourth grades were together under the super- vision of Miss McKenna. lt was hard for us to study when tl1e fourth grade was reciting. In this year the third and fourth had a contest to see who could write the best story about George NVashington. A member of our class won first. NVe then passed to the fourth grade and were alone under the instruction of Miss Mc-Kenna. Mabel Will joined our number. VVe were learning more quick- ly nqyyv, This year we had a patriotic program and May Fete combined. Myrna was the queen of the day and John Haas and Erwin Kuchel were her adoring at- tendants. ' The fifth grade was a red-letter year for many of us. lt was our first year on the second floor of the school building. At Hallowe'en the sixth grade gave us a party. The ghosts that they provided almost frightened us, but we were brave, and enjoyed bobbing for apples and rolling peanuts on the floor. At Christmas time we returned tl1e hospitality by inviting them to our program and party. Miss Witt was the teacher who instructed us. The year we were in the sixth grade the public had a view of our hand work. This was the first time an exhibition had ever been held at our school, and we were very proud of it. Miss Morse supervised our class and she found that we were not all angels, especially some among tl1e new members, These were Mabel Bauer, Clara YVill, and .Harriett Beyer. Vfe were given a chance to show our ability in acting by dramatizing a story in which llepzibah was an outstand- ing character. C. e L . IIT!! ,f QL i ' 'Zi' i ai .Q,i4g -0 V'hen we entered.the seventh grade, a new experience awaited us. It was our first year i11 tl1e asse111bly. Wie had quite a time remembering to wl1icl1 room we should pass, but after a few days succeeded. As members dropped out, others came to fill ll10l1' places, and then Margaret VVulf and Hilda' Huesehen joined us, Everyone lill0XV tl1e printer's daughter even before sl1e started school, Tl1e eighth grade was merely a continuation of tl1e seve11tl1 grade. Mabel XYill joined us iigillll after a year's absence. The boys had their first chance at school i11 hannnering Hlld sawing, and the girls learned to ply a needle. Five country graduates entered with us in our freshman year and are witl1 us still. They are Ililda Thede, Irene Lemburg, Melvin Sindt, Alvin Schroeder, Frank Rice and and Edna Stoltenberg. We were a large class, but many, receiv- ing their diplomas, dropped out. Of course, the Freshies l1ad the usual 11211110 of being green, but we S0011 showed them that we weren't as green as we looked by getting third in tl1e scholarship while the Sophs won fourth. The Sophonrores of the following year were bright and shining stars. lVe proved many things in geometry which emphasized this fact. Edith Barron join- ed us and we were glad to add another member to our class. IVhen we entered tl1e Junior year we were to fi11d out tl1at life was worth living after all and that school wasn't so very dry. VVe had a great deal of rivalry with tl1e Seniors, but we w0uldn't let them beat us out of anything. Adele and lVayne joined us this year. VVayne had come back to finish school witl1 tl1e same classmates he started with i11 the first grade. In April we gave Olll' Junior- Senior Banquet. It was the first of this kind that some of us had ever attended illlll of course it was terribly exciting. Wve had great Iillll decorating, but it was 111ore fun finishing tl1e cocktail the day after the banquet. Later we had a "kid's day." The boys wore pretty neckties and the girls had ribbons i11 tl1eir l1ai1'. Eleven years had flown past and we entered the Senior Class. Twenty-one were present, for John Mattlin had come to graduate with us. 'We started out witl1 the full vigor of youth. Tl1e first week we had a fight over banners, Zlllll al- tll0llg.1'l1 we IIOVOI' l1ad o11e, we l1ad a pennant which flashed tl1e colors of our class, purple for royalty a11d wl1ite for purity. On the eleventh of September we went 011 a "booster trip." This will be remembered as one of the most exciting days of tl1e senior year. VVhen we l1ad our first nice snow-storm, we went on a "bob party." Such fun as we did have. NVill any of us forget it? Never! In tl1e following days tl1CI'6 will be our class play and the connneneeinent exercises. Then will follow tl1e great future, when the life which we COIHIUOIICOLT at graduatio11 will eome i11to a reality, and each individual will have a' histo1'y of his OWII. That history, however, will not have in it tl1e record of Zllly guiding teacher, but si111ply a record of tl1e guidance of a character, the foundation of which was laid before tl1e High School commencement day. xfxxv B7 ff JUNIORS A J fJXX J .X ff' X X P rxt f XX 1? QNX sy Vx JUNIORS President, Asmus Drews. Vice President, Leora, Giese Secretary, Loren Hartwell. Sponsor, Mr. Painter. Colors: Red and White. Flowers: Czlrimtimls LEONARD BUMANN KAUS MCDERMOTT GALVIN SCHLINZ K. HASS MEARS HARTWELL ROEHLK CONOVER RICE ERICKSEN ' 1' 1211 F k ii ,, ' 1 .-, DREWS PETERSON G. 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QUMEVQ I2-EZ - -H: M l - H' ' DZ 0 f4 X A W MM N4 L fx fl , ' 0 1 MI !s X,,l3il' WK MW M H Wx N K 8 Q "X u jf T ' U A 1 2 jj ' L f if if 1 ' A C ,f fl 5 4 I .1 I1 X, ff -W Q , f 44fjWf,f ez?- 4 X 4 wk 7 l f fl, L ,T X N M V21 1" X X kk L L .W 1' X , 'L . 1. ,V X EWOLDT, ROCHAU, G HUSS, HARTWELL. TOP ROW-W. LOHFF, F. KLEMA, HASS, SCHMIDT, WERNER, CRANE, R, GEER, ME ER, SEGLEM, REIMERS, WIGODSKY, DRAGMILLE SOTH, MILLER, LINGLE, MIDDLE ROW-KLOTZ, RAUKOH L. BOTTOM ROW-W LLIAMS, WIENERT, NEUBAUER, HANSEN, BAUER, WILL, SCHNIIDT, KUEHL, E, LOHFF, ROHLK. ' 1- 'gf' -A T -' K- SOPHONIORES President, Thomas Lingle. Secretary, Walter Hass. Sponsor, Miss Porter. Colors: Green and Cream. As we, now aged, think of the days that have passed, we never forget our school days-those days wl1e11 we most enjoyed ourselves, and there is always some one thing that we remember about each one of our associates. Memory of our very first years leaves us, and we find that it is really our high school life that is recollected. Allan Meier who is now a retired farmer living in our home town was 7 25 7 always looked upon as being very intelligent and economical. flle has proven himself to be so. Raymond NVerner is now the manager of a great movie hall at Minne- apolis. We always knew he liked to take care ot' pictures, for he very gladly fill- ed the position of snap shot editor of our class in our Sophomore year. Helen Hansen, our winner in declamatory, is coaching the greatest plays that have been written during the last few years. Virginia VVillia1ns has shown herself worthy of tl1e honors-honest and loyal. The night before our biggest game she did not attend a party and there- fore retained her place on the team. Virginia is now a teacher of honesty and loyalty at a Los Angeles Institution, George lluss, a prominent business man of Chicago, we remember as a boy with wit, humor and courage. Malinda Kuehl, who was always quite interested in her Domestic Science and who we remember received an honor in Camp Fire for sewing, is the man- ager of the greatest style book ot' America. lVe are also interested in the Olympic games, for VVa'lter llass, who was a great athlete in High School, takes part in them everytime. - Eleanor Lohff, our prompt and intelligent classmate, is now the private secretary of Mr. J. D. Rockerfeller. The dry goods store on Main Street, which was formerly managed by L. W igodsky, is now the property of one who was a member of the Sophomore class in '25. Ruth always gave everyone a good, hearty word and a smile. She is now enjoying the returns of kindness from the eusto1ne1's who trade at her store. Ralph Hartwell, always wishing to have something for himself, has erect- ed and is successfully operating a photo gallery near Lake Michigan. cv e - f ez , X4 HPF., .L f ,. 'L-A , , 'l -mai" -- AL H -. There was one great worker in our class, one that would pull history out of a. book. This was Clayburn. He is now writing the lives of great people of the twentieth century, including Alfhild Seglem, the greatest and best known au- thor of American literature, Lilliam Reimers, a leader of nurses in the Nightingale hospital at Kansas City, Harvey Droegmillar, the greatest violinist in the mid- dle west, a11d NValter Schmidt, an artist ranking in importance with Raphael. Herman Raukohl, another of this mechanical type of boys, is now the wealthy and prosperous successor of Henry Ford. This car, not very different from tl1c Ford, has the distinguishing feature-a square radiator. He calls this car the "Beaten" VValter Lohff has his factory across the block from Herman's and makes cars called the "Fa'sters." There is great competition a11d we all enjoy visits to their factories to see just how good general science has done them. Lauren Soth, a leader even in school days, is an officer in the navy. He has several look-out fleets stationed near Cushing sea-port. Harriet Bauer, our pianist at high school, has been engaged as leader of the orchestra at thc Quimby Auditorium. Dell Greer has succeeded his parents in the hotel here. The building has been improved a great deal since '25, Clarence Rochau constructed the plans, as- sisted by Hugo Esvoldt, both having been geometry figure constructors. George Crane has been practi-cing medicine for the last eleven years at tl1e Holstein Hospital. Helen Roehlk has won fame in violin playing. She now plays at the largest theatres in New York. Her accompanist, Selma Neubauer, has gained re- nown at her piano. Francis Klema is a prosperous farmer south of Holstein. Bernette Gebers is a music and history teacher at Lake City. In the years that have passed, Thomas Lingle has gained for himself a fortune. He has the management of the Holstein Service Company in his hands. Henrietta Schmidt has remembered her Latin. She is a Latin teacher in the University of Louisiana. Luella VVienert, my good pal in high school, is still my best friend. Vie are enjoying the plans what We made then and are living in a flat in Fort Dodge. ZELMA VVILL, Sophomore Class Editor. :ix ., ? My Frs5HiE .fx M5T,""'xs rf? M 'L-X f 3 Q -3 3 HA FR . . Q fl I ,fvffakxi Xxgx .Z f F" " 5 W1 X K X ,,' -,1 ' X X J L LL. KUCHEL, W J. KLEMA, HUESCHEN, RUSER, SHULTICE, DOYLE, KUCHEL, 5 A ES ON ES, GI GR L1 ROW TOP ARMIGER, SCHUBERX GOETTSCH, EWOLDT, UNTIEDT, WILLIAMS, SORENSEN, ROW-BELSON, MIDDLE II LLI Z I'- I- LIJ D In .I .I IU D In KUCHEL, F. ARP, GEBERS, HANSEN, EN,sTRATTom D FA TZ, LO TE, K ET HU MAN, SC ROW-KUHL LOHFF. BOTTOM 5.5-TQ. --- EEL - .-. c-, FRESHNIEN President, Irwin Giese. Secretary, Evelyn Klotz Sponsor, Mr. Cridlebaugh. Colors: Blue and Orange. CLASS WILL. NVO, the Freshman Class of 1925, of the Holstein High School, of the State of lowa, being of sound inind and body, do hereby, in our last will and testament, bequeath : First--lVe bequeath our heartfelt gratitude to the faculty for their untiring efforts put forth in our behalf in the grades. 1Ve now being in lligh School. Second-To the Seventh Grade our knowledge. Third-To each individual of the Eighth Grade as follows: 1. Xvliliillll Sorensen's stories to VVillie Moeller. 2. Charlotte St1'21tt011,S vocabulary and daintiness to Blanche' Joslin. 3. Laura Faden's giggle to Beatrice Bochniann. 4. Paul 1Villiam's .curry coinb to Arthur Paulsen. 5. Boland Schultice's blushes to Loretta. Galvin. 6. Erwin Giese's pull with the Science teacher to Edna Gosslin. 7. Hazel Goettscl1's shortness to Marjorie Ehrp. 8. Ervin Klen1a's shiekish hair cut to Ernest Vohs. 9. Herbert Russer's cave manners to George Roehlk. 10. Kenneth Doyle 's love for girls to Robert Stratton. 11. Paula Arp's information on "Housekeeping" to'Jeanett Krager. 12. Evelyn K1otz's gum to Gladys VVeede. 13. Arinan Buettner's knowledge to George Barron. 14. George Will's -ability to cut up to Kathryn Soth. 15. Irene Geber's ability to get good grades in deportnient to Frances Lorenzen. 16. Louise Ewoldt's vocal voice to Verna Raukohl. 17. Hector Belson's curlsvto Ronald Mitchell. 18. Otto Hueschen's thinness to Harry Hein. 19. Frances Kuchel's powder puff to.Florence VVehde. Lastly-YVQ appoint Mrs. Gregersen chief exeeutrix of this will. IN XVITNESS VVHEREOF, we, the Freshman Class, have subscribed, seal- ed, published, and declared by the Freshman Class of 1925, 'the testators, who to this, our will, have set our hands and seals this sixth day of March, 1925. CSealj THE FRESHMAN CLASS. THE CLASS BANNER Listen, my children, and you shall hear A story of some Freshmen dear. On tl1e tenth of September, in Twenty-four: Boys and girls and many more Remember that famous day and year. Said Evelyn to Erwin: t'Our class banner We must raise In the assembly room, without more delays. In green and white must it first be made, And be sure a dime by each is paid." And so it was done, this emblem so fine, And the class proudly marched all down the line. The banner was raised on the old east Wall To a place of safety where it would never fall. And then down the room came those Freshmen dear, Singing so that everyone could hear, And the notes from their lusty throats did pour, "That the Freshies weren't green any more." Up the aisle, down the aisle, singing as they Went, The eyes of all tl1e faculty in that direction bent To see if they could tell, in spite of the mighty roar, That the Freshies Weren't green any more. Through all our history, to the very last, When gay tales are told of our school days past. This story of the Freshmen bold VVill be the favorite of young and old. Witli apologies to Henry W. Longfellow. f fzgfgf fi! 17!Kf f 1 f f x V fm W N f ' , X, 4 1 Y ff , g x IZ " ,' Y x a 'Z X if 'T . X 11' fi X N "7 715 6227 - f Hari.:-J . , -'9?H-f 2'1"f""1 " 'WHT-fffh - v 7 W . eff 1 I ' W' 1 V' 1 if! L r W 1' ,, f 2 f W R 1 1 If gi, 47f9f EIGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE . Z THE EIGHTH GRADE ASTONISHER Kathryn So-th, Editor. 2nd Largest Daily in World Eighth Grade, Mt. Himalayas, India, Tuesday, January 29, 1950. Twenty-fifth Anniversary of As-tonisher The class of '29, of Holstein High, has lately been preparing for the ,great event taking place today, the twenty- fifth anniversary of the Eighth Grade Astonisher. YVe have made great prog- ress since the time when we printed our five or six sheet paper on the school minieograph every month. XVe are glad to announce that our paper has been de- clared the greatest and largest daily in the world, with the exception of the llolstein Advance. In honor of this great event, we have elected a new editor, Mr. Harry llein, who will take office today. He will give his inspiring inaugural ad- dress at the Town Hall. Everyone be there. Come early and get a back seat. No back seats reserved. The "Humane Society for the Pro- tection of Homeless Ants and Grass- hoppers" will meet at the home of Jeanette Kroeger, on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'cloek. Every member is re- quested to be present, and to bring in his purse or pocket a live insect for the the inspection of tl1e club. Officers will be elected. Florence lVehde, Sec. ...A Verna. Raukohl, the mayor Of Eighth Grade Mount, last Thursday is- sued a dec1'ee: That there shall be no more talking on street corners. This ordinance was broken by Blanche Jos- lin, Marjorie Ehrp and Kathryn Soth, who were sentenced to imprisonment for two days. This is a warning to all other gossips. Ernest Vohs ,the new ambassador to India, has started on his way to that country. On the way he will stop at the office of "The Evening Star," at New York, to inform the editor ot' new ways to manage that paper, which our editor has discovered. -AWWA, . Ronald Mitchell lost a good pair of shoes last night when he lost his tem- per and threw the shoes at a musical cat in the alley. -AMAA WVillie Moeller, Arthur Paulsen, Beatrice Boelnnann, Blanche Jfoslin, and Florence NVel1de are competing in a contest which requires much talent: that of seeing who can draw the most ridiculous picture or cartoon for the Eighth Grade Astonisher. Five dollar prize is offered by the editor. -l,A.... "The Gathering of Nuts," a thrill- ing melodrama, was given at the "Blood and Thunder Theater" last night. The cast of characters was as follows: Hazel Nut fthe heroinel ..-....... -----------------Frances lqorenzen Chest Nut fthe heroj---George Roehlk Hickory Nut fthe villainj ......... ------------------,- Arthur Paulsen Butter Nut ............. Gladys XVeede XVall Nut ..... ...... l ioretta Galvin Brazil Nut --- -- ..... Marjorie Ehrp Ima Nut ............ Jeanette Kroeger Plain Nut ............ Robert Stratton The most thrilling scene was when the hero murdered the villain with a nut cracker. Everyone present enjoyed the entertainment very much. 1 YZ ' , sigg, SEVENTH GRADE CROSSWORD PUZZLE iHH?I1 I 52 I I3 +HH?I4 I I5 HHHC56 I7 I8 HHH?' 9?-2'H?I I I I 9HH?I I I HHH? I HHH? QHH? I , I I I +HH?I I I HHH? I I I QHH? 9 I -?H?-I?I I -PHH?I 9?-PHC-I HHH? I QHH? I I 9?-JH? HHH?I HHH?I1O HHH?I HHH?I QHH? 9HH?HHH?I HHH? QHH? I9HH?I HHH?I IiHH?I QHH? -?HH? I -7HH?I I-X--1?-7? QHH? 9HH?I 9HH?I HHH?I HHH?I1 1 I HHH?-HHH?I12 I -DHH? HHH?I HHH? 9HH?I HHH?I I'X-M4-I 9HH?I9HH?I I -DHH? HHH?I HHH? 9?-3'H?I H?1X?'7?I HHH?I 9HH?i9H?I I 9HH? HHH?I HHH? 13 I I-K-if-i?I14 I15 Ieeeeee 9?-5?NI16 17 ,I18 I I-we-me 9?-5?9?I19 I Ii?-HH20 I21 I HH?9?I I I-BHH? 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Negative. . 2-5 of Elvin. Editor of this puzzle. 45. Latin for lest. 78. Auto. Nominative of us. Martha Paulsen. 49. Printer's measure. 80. Be victorious. . Rear of an army. Abb. for plural. 50. 3-7 of Iowa.'s Governor. 81. Exist. Same as 30 horizontal. Edmund Will. 51. A kind of tree. 82. Our usual amount of New Hampshire. Call for help. 53. Leroy's nick name. money. Willie Beyer. Deface. 54. Half a printer's measure. 83. Second note in musical L. Schmoldt. S 'qi h ' d bt. 55. We can. sea e. Kenn th' ' k . Nzlt mifmwiii m Ou 56. Exclamation of surprise. 84. Not down. Herryl-Es fniliifmnsimme A river in Germany. 58. Not off. VERTICAL. Curly head. Sixth note in minor scale. 59. Into. 1. C. Lorenzen. A kind of pig. Dorothy Armstrong. 60. Same as 35 Vertical. 2. R. Mattlin. . Gertrude. Accusative of I. 62. Negative answer. 3. Affirmative. 4 Sidney's nick name. 63. Norma Arp. . Color of good apples. Belonging to you. 64. Same as 58 Horizontal. 5. E. Fritz. U. S. President. 65. Same as 37 Horizontal. 6. 3-4 of Myra. Accusative of we. 66. Aye aye. 7. R. Ruser. Call of a cat. 67. Male child. 8. Part of a clock. Used in filters. 68. Honey giving insect. 13. Printer's measure. A distinguished member. 70. Abb. for New York. 15. A dinner desert. William Van Hemert. 71. Same as 13 Horizontal. 17. Behold. Wanda Wickey. 72. Same as 56 Horizontal. 18. Abb. for bushel. 2-5 of Elmer. 74. A well known patent 19. Light brown. Preposition of place. medicine. 21. Conjunction. Every One, 75. Plural of is. 24. Dorothy. Kenneth Witt. Two consecutive letters of the alphabet. Indefinite article. Contemptious laugh. H. Kuchel. A. Jackes. Perceive. Period of history. Indefinite article. Contemptious exclamation You. CPuritanJ. Are you. Q., - Y! IN MEMORIAM T0 HELEN TIMANN Uh! lf she were only with us-just for today, How happy we would be once 111Ol'05 But she has gone a b1'lgl1tCI' way, No more to tread our classroom floor, No more to classes will we see her go, Smile on her face-her hair combed strai Books in her arin-her head flung back, Always happy-what 0,C1' her fate. Everyone's friend, no enemy she had, This maiden, with her ideal mind, WVas the gayest of all her classmates, And most attectionate, true, and kind. Death hovered o'er her-for a week She suffered without gain, Till God's servant came to rescue her From any more such pain. On the thirtieth of October, twenty-four, This maiden 's life was glorifiedg WYhcn the golden sun was setting, Then Faith and Hope were satisfied. Lying' on her death bed-like an angel, Her soul ascended from the roomy "Oh, Helen, even if thou art with Him, Vile will not forget you so soon." But let, us not be too saddened, Let us not burn our lights too dimg For she has joined the angel throng, And happy is she there with Him. -Irene Lcinburg. :gl as L r' --- Y S144 ..,-, HOLSTEIN GRADE SCHOOL El?-'e The grade building, generally known as the old building, is the brick part whieh was added to the first wooden one about thirty years ago. In 1916, that wooden part was torn down Hlld the present one remains. Because there is insuf- ficient rooni to aeconnnodate all the grades, the first, second and sixth are housed in the new building built in 1916. There are enrolled in these ,grades about 175 students under the direction of seven teachers, In these primary grades the foundation of future learning is laid, and these are the students who will later make up the high school. f 5, L , Nts- 1 A e 7g -Q, ,U i DEPARTMENTS Chemist1y was offered this year. The largest class in the history of our school was enrolled. Five Seniors and eleve11 Juniors took advantage of this subject. A considerable amount of new equipment was purchased in the fall. Many useful and interesting experiments were performed. General Science was re- quired subject for Freslnnen. Agriculture and Physiology were studied by both Sophomores and Juniors . ACADEMIC ' If you intend to seek greater knowledge or to let High School be the limit of your education, these subjects may be considered the most important part of the High School curriculum. The subjects are: English, Latin, Mathematics, Civics, History, and Eco- nomics. Some of these subjects are taken up every year of the High School course. COMMERCIAL The name of this department gives an idea of its character. The course includes Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Commercial Law and Commercial Arithmetic. Several of the girls made fair speed records at times through the year. A Short Course was taken advantage of by quite a number of country students. Even though they do not receive credit for their work, it gives them some business training. MANUAL TRAINING Manual training is an elective for Fresl1me11 boys. This gives tl1e1n train- ing in wood-working and encourages pride in Work and general handiwork about the home. Under the supervision of Mr. Painter many useful and interesting pieces were made. HOME ECONOMICS. This is an elective subject for girls. It is given every year and gives them excellent training in needle-work and cooking. Aside from this it encour- ages economy and pride in household usefulness. PHYSICAL TRAINING A required subject for all High School pupils. It develops strong health bodies, combined with a clear mind. 01. I Z V L7 I ,Q If-gi fu! i HOME ECONOMICS 'X" . A f if ,f f- Q. m i MANUAL TRAINING l , , L N12 hz. , 2325? COMMERCIAL CHEMISTRY I hi f' 4 1 I 1,1 1 , vu.-M v.. SENIORS AND JUNIORS SENIORS AND JUNIORS SOPHOMORES AND FRESHIES SOPHOMORES AND FRESHIES Nu L DK M '51 Q , ,X X f v 5 Q Tv, X, ff W 50 U X S" , 1' 1, X111 1 XI, F l , 2 i VIRGIL PAINTER, Coach. i FOOTBALL Painter filled his position as a eoaeh in such a way as to bring hiin a great deal of credit. His ability as a coach was gained through his experience in playing' lligh School and College football. Our wish is to see Painter back as our Uoaeh next year. Vernon Williams, Quarterback fCa.pta,inJ 6iBC0lUl11,' was a. siieedv nian and a wood Junter. He hit the line hard V C! 7 making' wood Gains. The safetv Josition was imlayed bv Vernon and onlv 0110 man e D O . ., , 7 N got away from hini during the season, U B00lll1l1H graduates this year, Erwin Zeman, Halfback CCaipta.in-Electj Zenian was a good nian on interference and defense. He Carried the ball on end runs Rllil niade good gains quite regularly. The opposing teain always found it hard to stop hiin. Zenian was elected Captain for next year. . ,V z e5f4i2- P 2- Walter Hass, End. lValter was a hard faekler, messing up plays at limes hefore they were started. lle played a good game on both defense and offense. llass had his arm hurt whieh handieapped him in a few gaines. lle will probably play in the haelc field next year. Edward Mears, Tackle. Mears played a good game at tackle. lle dashed tlnrougli the opposing line and threw the enemy for losses regularly. Once Ed got hold of an opposing' player, he would go down. Mears will be back next year and should help the team considerably. John Haas-, End and Tackle. Haas played a good game on defense.lIe taekled hard and usually hrouglit his nian down. Ile niessed up the opposing line, and helped open holes for our baeks regularly while playing tackle. Haas will be baek next year and will proo- ahly play in the haekfield. C . L ,f i Your , I 1. ,, ,X 1,1 H, .-a?.., - H., L .-, ,..,. . K . , , O K., i Erwin Kuchel, Center. Erwin was a heady man at center. He passed the ball and iinniediately smeared the other center up. His passeswere accurate and always made at the right time. l'h'win was a. good man on the defense. He graduates. Philip Rohlk, Guard. Philip was a good man on the defense. iVhen he hit the opposing teani they always knew it. He opened holes for the backs to go through very often. Philip will be back next year and will probably hold down the guard position. August Kuchel, End. August played a good ganie on the defense, breaking up plays of the ene- iny. He tackled hard Zllld sure, always getting his man. -Kuehel will be back next year, and it is likely he will play a baekfield position. Wayne Geer, Half -back. Geer carried the ball on end runs and almost always niade gains. He would niake a run of at least thirty yards in every game. Geer was shifty and a very hard nian to tackle. He will not be back next year, due to graduation. 1 Zv Q 1 John Mattlin, Guard. Mattlin showed up well o11 the defense, stopping li11e plunges often. Matt- li11 llilll the pep illld grit tl1at a player Sl10llltl have. He did not play i11 all the games, d11e to siek11ess. Mattlin graduates. Asmus- Drews, Tackle. "0ttie" tackled hard and sure, always l11'i11g'i11g l1is 11121.11 down, lle broke up plays for the opposing team quite 1'0glll2ll'lY. Uttie was hurt i11 the Kingsley game Elllll was unable to play i11 the last two games, Zlllll l1is al1se11ee was greatly noticed. Francis McDermott, End and Guard. Mae played both end and guard i11 ,good shape. lle was good Oll the de- fense. Mac was good at stopping line IJllll1g'0S a11d also i11 opening holes. lle will he back next year, and Sl10lllLl hold d0XVll one Olld positio11. Arnold Untiedt, Fullback. Bunny was a good 1112111 i11 the backfield. XVl1Ol1OV0l' he got the hall l1e went through for a gain. He was a good 1112111 011 tl1e defense, always g'0f1tlIlg.5 his lllilll. Bunny dropkieked WllCll called 011, and failed Ollly once. lle gl'Elllll2llUS. 11, 1- . X C1 XX a..if-Gi-f -- i- , L.. 1 Y .-, FOOTBALL Football, a game not participated in by the Holstein High School for a period of fourteen years, was again taken up in the fall of '24, A call for vol- unteers was made by the coach, Mr. Painter, and about twenty boys responded. As the boys knew nothing about football, most of them having never see11 a game, Mr. Painter taught them the fundamental principles first. The first week of real practice was more or less given over to learning to tackle, pass and other similar pa1'ts of football. The next week, boys best adapted to certain positions were made to concentrate on that phase of the game, After this week of practice results were fortlicoming. A game was scheduled with Ida Grove seconds at Ida Grove. This was the first game of the season and proved to be a defeat for Hol- stein. The team went into the game with all the fight a' team could have, but could not do much against the more experienced Ida Grove team. YVhen the final whistle blew, the score stood 12 to 0 in favor of Ida Grove. Comments were made by fans at the game, saying it was wonderful how the Holstein team, espe- cially the backfield, had acquired such skill i11 their playing in two weeks. Zeman played the outstanding game for Holstein, on defense. The boys had received their first taste of football and put in the next week at hard practice, determined to beat Moville in the next game to be played at home. This game resulted in a 13-7 score in favor of Holstein. The work of the team showed vast improvement over that of the Ida Grove game. The Moville line was weak and attack after attack was made upon it with big gains by VVil- liams and Untiedt. The next game played was with Lytton at Holstein. VVe again emerged from battle with the big end of a 12-0 score. The game was more or less a repi- tition of the Moville game, the line being hit hard for large gains. The game was hard fought and interesting, giving the onlookers thrills every few minutes. The next team to he met was Kingsley, there. This game was hard fought, neither team making much headway. The Kingsley team made a drop kick in the last quarter of play. Immediately after this, Geer made a spectacular run for about thirty yards, very nearly making a touchdown, being tackled by the only man left to hinder his progress. The final whistle blew and Kingsley had won the game by a score of 3-0. Asmus Drews sustained a fractured bone in the leg and was taken out. ' The return game with Ida Grove proved to be a defeat, the score being 20-7 in their favor. The Ida Grove team having the advantage of more experience outplayed Holstein i11 most departments of the game. The only redeeming feature of the game was made by Greer, who intercepted a pass and ran fifty yards for a touchdown. ..,-6-3111 -- gg ,- X-.Lf--. The last game of the season played here on Thanksgiving Day was with Quimby. Luck favored Quimby throughout the entire game and Holstein was de- feated 19-7. Two fumbles by Holstein netted Quimby two of their three touch- downs. The weather was unfavorable Hlld neither team had tl1e usual punch. The game with Quimby ended the season, and thirteen men were award- ed letters. After all was said and done, the season proved to be very successful in two ways. The first is that the team played very excellent football under the conditions. The second is that the financial end of tl1e season was very favorable. Credit is also due to the so-called scrubs or second team for helping making things a success. That they may be able to fill vacant positions next year and in future years is the wish of everyone. A few boys who probably would have made the team failed to come out early enough or to come out at all. It is known that they will be out 11ext year and should make good. Six men are lost through graduation this year and leave quite a hole in the team, especially in the backfield. A few boys who are fairly fast and played line positions this year will probably be shifted to the backfield next fall. The line will be filled in with some of the seconds who showed promise this year. The boys who will constitute the team next year will have added exper- ience over that of this year's, and so the loss sustained by graduation will be made up. Also the interest obtained by the playing of football this year will be great- er, and the call for players next year will bring out men who will not make the team next year but in years to come. The interest at the first of the season this year was not what it should have been, especially among the students of the High School. As the season progressed there was an increased interest taken, however, and it is our wish that the backing next year will be even greater. The backing received from the business men of our community was greatly appreciated, and if it is kept up, a team will i11 time be produced of which Holstein can be proud. The schedule for next year has not been made out as yet, but it will prob- ably be longer than the one this year, as practice will start as soon as school opens. It is our sincere wish that the team will emer e victorious from all tl1e games next 8' A year, and tl1e great game of football will be continued in our school for years to come- r -ARNOLD UNTIEDT., qw L .a.s:"f-',, --.TFL--ara. BALL BOYS'BASKET .. L I ' .ig I 1 AW ff L, -Ei. BUYS' BASKET BALL SCHEDULE or '24 AND '25. Town Played Place Opponents' Score Ho1stein's Score Danbury Here 21 13 Cushing There 24 6 Battle Creek There Cushing Here Ida. Grove There 33 15 Correctionville Here Correctionville There Ida Grove Here Battle Creek Here BOYS' BASKET BALL Basket Ball was taken up immediately after the football season was ovei The class tournament was held and the most promising of the boys taking part in the tournament were selected to constitute the squad. Among the selected were only two lettermen, the rest being substitutes on last year's team and a little new material. Although the season was 110t successful in respect to winning games, it was nevertheless successful as far as fight and pep were concerned. Twelve games were played, Holstein winning two games and losing eleven. The last four games were played by a different team, as the men on the first team were put off because of disobedience of training rules, excepting Zeman and A. Kuchel. This team played the two games that were won by Holstein. Although they did not meet with the opposition tl1a't the former team did, they played excellent basket ball for an inexperienced team. Mr. Painter coached basket ball and performed his task in a very good way. The team that finished the season is practically the team that should 1'epresent Holstein next year. With the little experience gained this year they ought to have a winning team next year. The letters have not been awarded as yet and consequently a captain has not been elected. It is our hope that Painter will be back as coach next year and that the basket ball team emerge victorious in all their games. 1 .1-if-A - fx ..ph ,, GIRLS' BASKET BALL GIRLS' BASKET BALL The girls' basket ball team of 1924 and 1925 was eoaehed by Miss La- Vane Sellers. The team scheduled eight games, but did not play the two games with Dan- bury, due to unfavorable weather. Our first game of the season was played at Battle Creek. Having a diffi- eult team to play with, but doi11g our very best, we were defeated by six points, the score being 29 to 23. The second basket ball game was scheduled with Ida Grove, who defeated Holstein both games last year. VVe decided this year to gain a victory, but due to a little hard luck in making baskets, we were defeated 39 to 12. The Correetionville game, the first game on the home floor, was a victory for us. Holstein outelassed the Correctionville team in swiftness and teamwork, and it was an easy victory. Holstein won with a score of 34 to 6. The Correctionville return game was very exciting and a fast game. llol- stein was leading by three points until the last quarter, when Correetionville, gaining fast, won the game by the small margin of 19 to 16. Several of the girls having been dismissed, an entirely new line-up played lda Grove the return game. Ida Grove won by the score of 63 to 21. The last game was played with Battle Creek. Showing some improve- ment over the Ida Grove game, the girls were defeated 40 to 11. The girls' basket ball team attended the tournament held at Sac City, on March 14. The teams present were Ida Grove, Sac City, Lake View, High View, Fairview, Fonda and Holstein. Holstein played Lake View i11 the first round. They were defeated in a very interesting game, the score being 37 to 18. This de- feat eliminated Holstein from the rest of the tournament. Ida Grove won the tour- nanient, defeating Sac City by 4 points, the score being 10 to G. Much credit must be given the second team for helping give the first team good practice. Three players are lost to the future team through gradua- tion. There is, however, good material for a team next year and we have every reason to believe that they will make a good showing for Holstein. X lf- X 5.4, .K f- 1 L X-1:3 , 1x H -.-, 1924 BASEBALL FRI! 1924 TRACK - Z BASEBALL Four games were played during the season, two with Correctionville and two with Cushing. Mr. Soth coached the team, as Mr. Painter was coaching the track team. Two out of the four games played were won, both being from Cushing. The first game was at Cushing. Holstein took the lead early in the game by making tl11'ee scores. Seven innings only were played. Cushing was unable to hit effectively until the last part and made several errors, thus losing to Holstein. The next game was played with Correctionville here. Errors and l1its were frequent in this game, thus enabling both teams to run up large scores. llol- stein was defeated 14 to 9. Cushing played here i11 the next game. Holstein easily defeated them to the tune of 12 to 6. Holstein hit regularly and also played good ball in the field, while Cushing could not bunch their hits. The last game was with Correetionville. Holstein was again defeated by this team, tl1e score being 6 to 3. The game was fairly interesting, both teams mak- ing good plays. The Correetionville team was better at tl1e bat than Holstein, while in the other departments of the game the teams were about equal. The posi- tions on the team were played by the following boys: fl2ltCl1, E. Huss, Pitch, Blenner, Untiedt, R. Paulsen, tCapt.l, lst Base, R. Paulsen, lVilliamsg 2nd Base, Belson, Soth, Lohffg Short Stop, Soth, Schott, ill'll Base, lintiedt, Lohffg Left Field, Klotz, Center Field, G. Huss, Endrnlat, Right Field, A. Paulsen, G. Huss. TRACK Track was coached by Mr. Painter and was only fairly successful, due, mainly, to the lack of material. Holstein took part in three dual meets and also went to the county meet at Ida Grove. The first meet was with VVashta at 'Washta. Holstein wo11 Ollly one first place, that being in the pole vault. VVashta had two aces on their team, who made all but a few of their points. The next meet was with Cushing here . The l1o1ne team showed a little im- provement and won this meet. Holstein won first place in the 50 yard dash, hurd- les and high jump, the other events being about equally divided. lVashta was met next in their return meet and Holstein was again defeat- ed by tl1en1. The meet was more or less gr repetition of the first meet with them. VVashta easily held the Holstein boys in check. They l1a'd two boys who were ath- letes of no mean ability and it was no disgrace to be defeated by them. The last meet participated in by Holstein was the county o11e at Ida Grove. The boys who took part in this meet were: VVilliams, Haas, Kolb, and Drews. llol- stein received third. . ,Ur -- - .1 4- I .... .l -Y i K 5, The players who were put on at the time of the Ida Grove game and who constituted the teams for the remainder of the season are given below: boys. GIRLS' TEAM Virginia Williams, Captain. G Ve rna, Baukohl .... Helen Roehlk .... Helen Hansen --- Bernetta Bumann Virginia Williams Hazel Goettsch -- Irene Gebers --- Evelyn Hansen ..... Blondina Schmidt ---Guard - - - - -Guard - - - -Side Center - - - - -Forward -------------Forward Jumping Center -------------Sub ----Sub --------- ----Sub BOYS' TEAM. Erwin Zeman, Captain. August Kuchel -- -------Forward Clayburn Klotz -- -..-. Forward VValter Hass .---. ..--- F orward Erwin Zeman - -- ..... Center George VVill --- ---Guard George Huss -- ..... Guard Melvin Sindt ---- ..-- S ub Arthur Paulsen -...............--.. Sub The teams are to be congratulated on the way they played, especially the ,Ib ,V K 7J 3f 'f 1' 'fx' 4' Kwmf , , W , I Q MW fb I Q 'LUN Q K if W JW C lv f XXLX2 , mr X I Mrs. N. Dubois GLEE CLUB Harriet Bauer ,... First Soprano llolon Hansen fiL'l'il'1NlC Hass Mabel l-5auor Nlalwl XYill Eivolyu Klotz Mulimla Kuclil Luolla. 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Erwin Kuchel Second Inaugural Address .............. Lauren Soth DRAMATIC In This Sign NVe Conquer .... ..... A rman Buettner The Convict's Violin ....... ..... B londina Schmidt Laddie ................. ..... R uth VVigodsky The Deserter Triumphs .... ............ C lara VVill HUMOROUS The Ruggles' Dinner Party --- ..... Irene, Gebers "A" as in Father ..................... Evelyn Hansen Over the Baluster ....... ............... H elen Hansen Billy Brad and the Forbidden Fruit ..... Zelma VVill Erwin Kuchel received first place in the Oratorical Class, Clara XVill in the Dramatic, and Helen Hansen in the Humorous. Some of the new contestants show great possibilities for future years and we wish them success in this field. February 26, the three winners went to Ida Grove to the Ida County Contest. The schools represented were: Holstein, Galva, Battle Creek and Ida Grove. Hard as the competition was, we are proud to mention that Clara and Helen each won first in their classes. The Sub-District contest was held at Battle Creek March 19. Clara and Helen did not succeed in their earnest endeavor to receive a place, but the compe- tition was hard and we know the girls did well though we were not there to hear them. Lake View received first in Cratorical, Moville in Dramatic, and Odcbolt in Humorous. This is Clara's last year of high school, but Helen has two years left and we hope that she will go to the state contest next year. T: . L We LITERARY PROGRAMS Tl1e Seniors were the first to show their ability in acting, by appearing in t'Ma's New Boardersf' Mabel Bauer had a suitable place as "Ma" and Mabel NVill as her daughter, "Peggy" Peggy did not accomplish much by trying to ap- pear grownup, as was especially shown by the remarks of the choir which con- sisted of Clara, Hilda Hueschen, Vernon and Melvin. Their singing was very good. NVe have learned that Erwin does not like to be awakened at midnight or mid- day. "Ma" has been very angry with "Pa" tVVay11e Geerj who has left her, but nevertheless when he returns she greets him with, "Come to my arms, my baby." And everything is peaceful again. Music before the play was furnished by the class orchestra. At Christmas a number of students from different classes put on a Christmas program. The recitations were all very interesting and we looked for- ward eagerly for Santa Claus' appearance. After this the Seniors were given the pleasure of distributing gifts. Mr. Soth was honored with a gift of a very large box. VVe hope he liked it. ' February 12, i11 honor of Lincoln's birthday, a patriotic program was given. The readings and orations were expressed with much spirit. The enter- tainment as a whole was very interesting, and left us with the feeling that there are not many men like Abraham Lincoln was. PLAYS February 24, the Juniors put on three, one-act plays, entitled "Doctor Quackj' 'tAll On a Sum1ner's Day," and "Lazy VVillie." The plays were given to raise money for the Athletic Association and were coached by Mr. Painter. Vile recommend Dr. Quack to anyone who is affected with nervousness or any other slight disease . The second play showed the ability of the Juniors in acting. It was pulled off with a great deal of pep on the part of everyone. It is too bad that many people are accused for that which they did not do. In the last play, "Lazy VVillie" proved to be a very interesting character as well as humorous. The plays held the attention of the audience during the entire program. xf'1vs X L r rs, as A ,Q 1 5 4 x - A N' SOCIAL SCHOOL CARNIVAL A school carnival arranged by Mr. Painter witl1 the help of the Junior class and other students was given November 27th at the school house. A large crowd was received and they were all Well amused a11d all enjoyed the affair. Among the amusements and side shows were: "The Nut House," a dark room filled with shocks, scares and biumpgg "Zo Zo," a11 African 1nan-eater well represented by Leroy Hansen, "The Zoo," which was composed of a racoon, mice, an oppossum and pigeons. There were several doll racks, cane stands and pins wl1icl1 you tried to 1'ing, receiving everything from candy suckers to Rock- ford socks for ringing tl1e right pi11. The net receipts were about Fl5160.00, the benefit of which went for -the pay- ing of football doctor bills and for football equipment and for the Junior ban- quet to the Seniors. BAND PARTY. The High School Band members entertained at a party in the gymnasium Tuesday, January 20. Each .member brought a friend, to make it a more pleasur- able affair. The entertainment began a little before eight, with the game U Wink 'Emf' Mr. Clausen succeeded in escaping from the arms of the girls except when they were watching too closely. Among the other games that were played were "Fly- ing Dutchman," "Three Deep," and many other enjoyable amusements and frol- icks. A number of the party took part in the "Virginia Reel," having our high school song for music. , About ten o 'clock, Miss Porter, Mrs. Soth and Mrs. Clausen served the de- licious ref1'eshn1ents brought by the boys. After lunch, all engaged in conversation, and by the laughter, coming from all parts of tl1e room, one could easily discern that there were many jokes being told. As tl1e hands of the clock moved onward, closer and closer to eleven, all departed for home, wishing the members of the band and Mr. Clausen the highest success in the future. FOOTBALL BANQUET B I All the boys who were on the football squad, "the scrubs" as they are called-those who helped to make the team-were all invited to a banquet by Mr. Painter at Conrad Claussen's home, The boys all proved excellent consumers of the vimldg provided. After a splendid "feed" and a few after dinner speeches, a football captain was elected for next year. The thirteen who won their letters gave a majority to Erwin Zeman. The entertainment for the evening was "SOO" at which the boys all showed their ability at cheating. VVayne Greer as champion, wo11 a deck of cards and Howard Blenner took the "booby" prize. No one knows how they won them. The party broke up rather late and those who attended showed it the next day at school. . ii- T4 f--if --- BIRTHDAY BAND PARTY Professor Conrad fCoonicJ Clausen, tl1e instructor and director of the higl1 school hand, was given a surprise party in remembrance of his birthday bv the members of the band. Each member brought a, friend and most of tl1e evening was spent in dancing. The music was furnished by Mrs. l+llfrieda Mighell at the piano. After six cakes and two gallons of ice cream had been scattered among the multitude, a five dollar gold piece was presented to Coonie as a partial pay- ment for l1is untiring efforts in furthering the progress of tl1e hand. lle expressed his desire to continue with the present organization and said that he would do all in his power to make it a great success. The party broke up at eleven thirty. SOPHOMORE PARTY The evening of March twenty-first was a gala one for the Sophomores, they had a party at tl1e school house. The principal part of the evening was spent in dancing, a diversion which has not been indulged in at the school house for several years. At about ten o'clock all assembled for that wl1icl1 is tl1e best part ot' every party-eats. Ice cream and cake were the things that this time satisfied the hungry merry-makers. At eleven o'cl0ck all jollities ceased and the Sopho- mores departed from the scene of their enjoyment. FRESHMAN PARTY On lllednesday, April 1, tl1e Freshies held a class party in tl1e high school gymnasium. Miss Porter, Miss Gladyce Peterson and our sponsor, Mr, Cridlebaugh were our guests. Dancing formed the main pa'stime. At tl1e expense of consid- erable energy on the part of the girls, teaching the boys to dance, everything went off fine. Later refreshments were served. Then followed a number of games bet'ore the party broke up. i-el?-E ALUMNI Si11ce 1893 there have graduated from Holstei11 High 227 scholars. Scat- tered from North to South and from East to VVest, those who may look back up- on the glorious days of high school here are: Class of 1893. Mabel Rea Axline, Albion, Idaho. Nelson Edgar, Physician, Cherokee, Ia. Anna Edgar, Deceased. Class of 1894. Nellie Ordway-Harner, WVagner, S.- D Ferdinand Paustian, Bookkeeper, Rock- ford, Ill. Rose Munz-Rau, IVaterloo, Ia. Class of 1896. Eva Johnson, Los Angeles, Cal. Maggie Hotzel-Blackburn, Los Angeles, Cal. Inez Smith-Sietz, Portland, Ore. Alfred Haas, Deceased. cuss of 1897. Christina Janns-Buettner, Holstein, Ia Lillie Hotzel-Browning, Pattan, Cal. Fred Judiesch, Big Springs, Neb. Lulu Norton-Nelson, Holstein, Ia. Lillie Von Dohren-Zeman, Holstein, Ia Carl McCutchen, Ida Grove, Ia. Edith N o1'ton-Lasher, Macon, Ga. Class of 1898. Nellie Baumgartner-Allen, Spooner, VVis. Alice Judiesch, Los Angeles, Cal. Mary Munz-Mueller, VVaterloo, Ia. Maud Gilmore-Schroeder, Deceased. Thomas Judiesch, Farmer, Riceton Sask., Canada. lVilliam Vohs, Sioux City, Iowa. Class of 1899. Blanche Ransh-Dansby, Sioux City, Ia Stacia Hart, Stenographer, Sioux City Ia. Nora Sindt-Loomis, IVaterloo, Iowa. Florence J ndiesch-Tourgee, Dickens, Ia. Bessie Brenton-Moreland, Milford, Ia. Glass of 1900. Nellie Allen-McCutcheon, Ida Grove, Ia. Alma Thode-Edgar, Cherokee, Ia. Eunice NVa'tters-Brown, Selby, S. D. Class of 1901. Hattie McCuteheon-Keck, Champaigne, Ill. Class of 1902. NV. F. Hutton, Jr., Real Estate, Long Beach, Cal. Carrie Seitz-Miller, Mexico, Mo. Ollie Seitz-Hammond, Mexico, Mo, Laura Bertelsen, Glenny, Mott, N. D. Florence Rea-McCormick, Kalispell, Mont. Class of 1904. Albert Berger, Seattle, VVash. Linda Thode-Jones, Lansburg, Mich. Cora Von Dohren, Bookkeeper, San Diego, Cal. Class of 1905. Leeda Loop-Nokes, Los Angeles, Cal. Alice Winter, Bookkeeper, Sioux City, Ia. Marguerite Schroeppel, Teacher, Schal- ler, Ia. Erma Wohlenberg-Fox, Chicago, Ill. John Schippmann, Manager of Stock 85 Dye Co., Chicago, Ill. Arthur Bertelsen, Banker, Holstein, Ia. Class of 1906. Mary Calhoun-Bilby, Albe, N . D. Annabel Mentzer, Holstein, Ia. Mamie Mentzer, Holstein, Ia. fffi,--LI 1' '1- T+g: ,-, Alfred Paustian, Manager of Knitting Co., Rockford, Ill. Julie Rouch-Marks, Lake Park, Ia. Alice IVents-Phillips, Ida Grove, Ia. Class of 1907. Henry Bartelt, Mitchell, S. D. Oscar Buettner, Farmer, Cherokee, Ia. Grace Harvey-Grosvenor, Decatur, Neb. Paul Jess, Deceased. Ervin Kranz, Lumber Business, Omaha, Neb. Ella Lohff, Rural Teacher, Holstein, Ia. Her1na11 Meier, Dentist, Bloomfield, Nebr. Ray Norton, Kansas City, Mo. Leo 'Winter, Manager of Bell Telephone Co., Chicago, Ill. Daisy Rennfeldt-Bleasdell, Early, Ia. Class of 1908. Frank Burns, Bookkeeper, Los Angeles, Cal. Edith Cizek-Merkley, Los Angeles, Cal. Blanche Gearhart, Lake City, Ia. Albert Lohtt, Farmer, Holstein, Ia. Mary lNIcCutchen-Cary, VVinterset, Ia. Joy Milbourne-Kelsay, Holstein, Ia. - Class of 1909. Kathryn Carstensen-Slater, Isanti, Minn. Austin IIe11yan, Auto Salesman, Man- chester, Iowa. Clara .Iatho-Ewoldt, Holstein, Iowa. Irene Kranz-Chrisehillis, Algona, Ia, IVillia1n Lohtt, Farmer, Holstein, Ia. Annetta Stelch-Keefe, Marcus, Ia. Harriet Stewart-Hawn, Holstein, Ia. Albert Thode, Holstein, Iowa. Glas-s of 1910. Maurice Galvin, Attorney, Cherokee, Ia. Ruth McGuire, Physician, Chicago, Ill. Alfred Knuth, Farmer, Elkton, S. D. Ina Sehroeppel, Teacher, Sclialler, Ia. Bertha Stoltenberg-Banham, Baltimore, Md. Edna Thode-Voelker, Oklahoma City, Okla. Grace NVinter-Dorothy, Ute, Ia. M7 Class of 1911. Tillie Rochau-Ehrp, Holstein, Ia. Phil Burns, Attorney, Los Angeles, Cal. Ray Galvin, Farmer, Holstein, Ia. IValter Meie1', Dentist, Orange City, Ia. Josie Sindt-Stricker, Holstein, la. 'William 'Watters, Farmer, Holstein, la. Class of 1912. Carl VVohlenberg, Banker, Holstein, Ia. Minnie 11l1'C0S1ll21ll-Iflft0l'lllil11Il, Sehaller, Ia. Viola Giese, Teacher, Holstein, Ia. Susan Nelson-Hansen, Schaller, Ia. Class of 1913. Muriel lVulf-Turner, Evans, Iowa. Iva Garnier-VVest'all, Boise City, Idaho. Bernice Greve-Hansen, Holstein, Ia. Arthur Hansen, Hardware Business, Holstein, Iowa. Zoa McGuire-Murphy, Dubuque, Ia. Ruby Thompson-Adams, Alta, Iowa. Harriette Knuth, Clerk, Holstein, Ia. Milda Cizek-IVallaee, Los Angeles, Cal. Leona NVheatley-Lavely, Crookston, Minn. Class of 1914. Martha Bertelsen-Hansen, Storm Lake, Ia. Edna VVents-Kranier, 'l'lacientia', Cal. Ida Thielmann, Deceased. Lowell Butcher, Magazine 'Writer, Des Moines, Ia. Edward Hansen, Postmaster, Holstein, Ia. Emma Giese-Brechwaldt, Omaha, Neb. Edna Allen-Lenz, Holstein, Iowa. Marie Anderson-Hicks, Rockwell City, Ia. Class of 1915. .Iohn VVill, Farmer, Holstein, Ia. Edgar Rice, Railroadman, Uinalia, Neb. Elsie Untiedt-Stevenson, Quimby, Ia. Betty Untiedt-Lingle, Conifrey, Minn. Alfred Hansen, Dentist, Storm Lake, la. Rudolph Knuth, Farmer, Elkton, S. D. ix- fe ik L 'X xii tx i I 1-, .gi 2: 5 -4. ",'- T - an Elsie Paustian, Stenographer, Omaha, Neb. Mack Sehroeppel, Mail Carrier, Schal- ler, Iowa. U1'pl12I Bleasdell-Butcher, Ames, Ia. Class of 1916. Edward Arp, Holstein, Iowa. Leona Hansen-King, Holstein, Iowa. Fred Jess, Dentist, Holstein, Ia. Ennna Lemke-Lamp, Holstein, Ia. Allegra Schroeppell-King, Schaller, Ia. Lenora Sieh-Beacher, New York City. Lester Thode, Farmer, Dundurn, Sask., Canada. Hilda Thielmann-Fieseler, Iowa City, Ia. Franklin Van Patten, Clothing Busi- ness, Holstein, Ia. Lloyd lYalters, Farmer, Clear Lake, Ia. Class of 1917. Albert Kahl, Veterinarian, Holstein, Ia. Frederick Klotz, Civil Engineer, Hous- ton, Texas. Hugh McGuire, Auctioneer, Holstein, Ia. Nina Carstensen-Young, North Platte, Neb. Harry Yule, Holstein, Ia. Edna VVill, Rural Teacher, Holstein, Ia. Raymond Toedt, Miles, Iowa. Albert Heyde, Grand lsland, Neb. Class of 1918. Glenn Arp, Holstein, Ia. lVilbur Hansen, Furniture Business, Holstein, Iowa. Edith Greve, Teacher, Sioux City, Ia. Robert Stetten, Holstein, Ia. lValter Klotz, Oil Salesman, Holstein, Ia. Alfred Schuett ,Farmer, Holstein, Iowa. Leonard Lohff, Bookkeeper, Des Moines, Ia. Class of 1919. Edna Pieper-Roehr, Sioux City, Ia. Edna Jess, Holstein, Iowa. Fred Michaelsen, Farmer, Ida' Grove, Ia. Blanche Cooley, Holstein, Ia. Edgar Bleasdcll, Holstein, Iowa. Annetta Hansen, Holstein, Iowa. George Hutton, Pressman, Long Beach, Calif. Vera Rice-Petersen, Omaha, Neb. Glas-s of 1920. Pearl Bagenstos, Teacher, Jefferson, Ia, Jennie Johnson, Bookkeeper, Quimby, Ia. Dorothy Thielmann - Branco, Calumet, Ia. Geneva Steffen, Teacher, Cylinder, Ia. Mildred Willianisoii, Ames, Ia. Dolly Fritz, Holstein, Iowa. Hilda Sindt, Stenographer, Holstein, Ia. Elfrieda' Hueschen-Mighell, Holstein, Ia. Jolm VVinter, Student at Omaha, Hol- stein, Ia. Roland Mighell, Student at Ames, Hol- stein, Iowa. Class of 1921. Arthur Meyer, Dairy Business, Holstein, Ia. Dorothea Forthman, Teacher at Park- ersburg, Holstein, Iowa. Alice Mighell, Pharr, Texas. ' Margaret Mighell, Rural Teacher at Holstein, Pharr, Texas. Frances Hansen, Student at Iowa City, Holstein, Iowa. Evelyn Crane, Student at Iowa City, Holstein, Iowa. Hulda Neubauer-VVink, Moville, Iowa. Viola Bleasdell-Luther, Holstein, Ia. Stephen Langkammer, Linotypist, Min- neapolis, Minn. Ruby Johnson, Holstein, Iowa. Helen J ohnson, Rural Teacher, Holstein, Ia. Margaret Jess, Holstein, Ia. Edward McGuire, Holstein, Iowa. Elnora Eden, Clerk, Holstein, Ia. , Minnie Brechwald, Clerk, Holstein, Ia. Bernette Kopplin - McArthur, Holstein, Ia. 4 ,- Luella Schmidt, Rural Teacher, Hol- stein, Ia. Florence Lamp, Student at Cedar Falls, Holstein, Iowa. Sidney Williams, Clerk, Holstein, Ia. Class of 1922. Clarence Eden, Holstein Produce Co., Holstein, Iowa. Carl Langkanimerer, Draftsman, Fair- mont, Minn. Bertha Faden, Teacher at Traer, Hol- stein, Ia. Margaret IYilliamson, Ames, Ia. Alice llueschen, Holstein, Ia. Harry Meyer, Farmer, Holstein, Ia. Gladys Pete1'son, Holstein, Iowa. Frances Price, Minneapolis, Minn. Frances Cooley, Ru1'al Teacher, IIol- stein, Ia. Laura Lette-La Roeque, Indianapolis, Ind. Elwayne Peterson, Clerk, Holstein, Ia. VVilliam Bauer, Clerk, Holstein, Ia. Edna Hansen, Student at Cedar Falls, Leste1', Iowa. Class of 1923. 'Yula Mighell, Pharr, Texas. Harriette Van Patten, Student at Ver- million, S. D., Ilolstein, Iowa. IVendell Crane, Student at Iowa City, Holstein, Iowa. Raymond IVienert, Student at Iowa City, Flandreau, S. D. Frances Kuehnle, Student at Cedar Falls, Holstein, Iowa. Joh11 Hass, Student at lVashington, D. C., Holstein, Iowa. Alvena Faden, Rural Teacher, Holstein, Ia. Herbert Knuth, Bookkeeper, Holstein, Ia. Bernadine Prawl, Post Graduate Course, Spencer, Iowa. Lester Bauer, Bookkeeper, Holstein, Ia. M7 IYinifred Migliell, Student at Ames, Holstein, Iowa. Jolm Palmer, Agent for Armour Co., Holstein, Ia. Fred Lohtic, NVorking on Farm, Holstein, Ia.. Salina Rice, Ilolstein, Iowa. John Lohff, Bookkeeper, Des Moines, Holstein, Ia. Eugenia Schoer, Rural Teacller, Hol- stein, Ia. Bernice Agnew-Jones, Quimby, Ia. Lillian VVult', Clerk, Holstein, Iowa. Edward Schippmann, Holstein, Ia. Edward Hass, VVorking' in Lumber Yard, Sioux City, Holstein, Ia. Class of 1924. IVinona Lohff Ilolstein, Ia. Marion Belson, IVorking on Farm, Gal- va, Iowa. Helen Mighell, Student at Morningside, Holstein, Iowa. Gerdaline Vollmar, Holstein, Ia. Earl Kolb, IVorking on Farm, Holstein, Ia. Annetta Goettseh-Thompson, Holstein, Iowa. Evelyn Broekmann, Holstein, Iowa. Edith Rambo, Student at Morningside, Smithland, Iowa. Lucille Asmussen, Holstein, Iowa. Eaeho Lingle, Rural Teacher, Holstein, Ia. Ruby Bagenstos, Holstein, Ia. Lydia Meyer, Holstein, Ia. Teresa McDermott, Holstein, Ia. Marie Miller, Student at Bell Plaine, Holstein, Iowa. Josephine Sorenson, Holstein, Ia. Lorena. Van IVinkle, Student at Sioux City, Holstein, Iowa. Hazel Joslin, Holstein, Iowa. 'RISE -fr - I XRXLIR " .t..,.."' - V li , ,+- .,-, I I I LEFT SIDE-HILDA THEDE, ERVIE KUCHEL, ALVIN SCHROEDER, FRANK RICE CENTER-BUNNY UNTIEDT, IVIRS, PAINTER, WAYNE GEER. RIGHT SIDE-MYRNA KUCHEL, MARGARET WULF, CLARA AND MABEL WILL, MABEL BAUER. 1 1 W ,Qyjgvv 994.9-Q-9-Q-Q-QuQ-.ec-Q-Q. n Qs Q-fn: nQe.:Qsl4ClO4C'l'Q4l1QlO'CfllC0O'C'O'0'O'C4l4O0Q' wr oz period ofyeans' QQOQUQCOMCOGOQIC-0000 X u V 51 . fail X kj o-0-om-on-nl? 3 E 2 9 E I I xl" J V' Q 2 9 e I Z.,-1 2 3 21 3 HE Ford car has remained the undisputed leader for value in the motoring world. There are certain fundamental reasons why this is true. lt is a car, properly designed and staunchly constructed, having a motor which has proved itself reliable, long-lived and economical. It is adequately serviced by an organization reach- ing to every community and neighborhood. These combine to give the Ford car the highest resale value in proportion to list price. And as production volume of the Ford has grown the purchase price has been steadily reduced. aww J e Q 9 Q 9 9 9 Q e Q 9 Q E 9 5 Q 3 3 3 2 3 3 E l 3 E 9 3 l 2 3 T H E NI OTO R I N N PHGNE No. 11 HOLSTEIN, IA. ..,Q.-.....g.--5.0.Q--.g.-...-.q.-.q..-5-0.Q-0...Q-Q-Q.Q--4--.g...Q-0-Q-0.3 .g.-.g.Q-Q--.g.-.g-Q .Q-9.0-9-9.94. E 5 2 a Q 'I' no -0-0-vo-0-0-O10+l'0-I-O-O-0-M'O-Q-Q-Q-0-Q-mga.-. o-9.0-Q-o-Q-Q -o-o-no-s-04.-. Q-Q-Q...-.g...g.-.g..-g.-.g.--g.-.Q.-.g.-.g.-.g. Hugh E. Mclluire AUCTION EER iiggg-jgza LIVESTOCK -and- REAL ESTATE BROKER I-Iolstein, Iowa. lleimers ate Meals, Short Orders and Lunches Eglin? Everything of the VERY BEST CLAUS REIMEBS HOLSTEIN, IOWA. CALENDAR SEPTEMBER. J-Grznnl opening. 2-IM-toctivo wanted by Juniors to l'lllllIl0l'S01lS who took their hnniior. 'P D .-SOV0lllll g'1'ZlllCI'S are ln-giiiiiiiig' to learn whore to go to class. 4-Longer lessons are assigned and all good tinios suddenly stop. 5-First wool: of school found not lo bo so haul. y S-Seniors decide to have purple :incl white for their class col- ors. 9-Rlill'g'2l1'Ct NV. has hard fall in H. E. rooin while running a race with Blondina. 10-More rain, more rest. THE City Barber Shop Basement of old Savings Bank Building Holstein, Iowa. First Class Work Always N 0 W A I T I N G ! An Up-to-Date Four-Chair Shop Prompt Laundry Service Every Week-Basket Leaves Tuesday Your Patronage Appreciated C L I F F T E R R Y Proprietor. QQ..-Q-o-Q-o-Q-on-..O-O-9.0.0-0-Q-0.0.04-Q.0---no-no-0-0-Q-Q -0 .Q-0-Q-Q-on-Q-Q-o-Q-o-p-Q-o-0-Q-Q-Q-Q-Q-9-on-Q-Q-..g..,g.-,.. ......-...-...-.....,-.,.-..-.......-....... 4- -0-0-Q-9-0-0 0-0-0 ...Q-pon-on-o4+o.g. I-0-vo-0-ofofo-0-0-o-o-o-o-0-o-o-o-0-o-0-o-vo-0-o-vs-90-vovm vo-o-Q-0-o-9-on-Q -0-.4-o +00 -0'o-Q.--Q.o.g.Q.Q4o.Q-o-g.o-Q.o- -g-o-Q...q.o-o-o.l...g...o--.o-.-o-..o-.- .-.Q-o.....g. .Q-0.9-Q.:--4-0.9--.q.,... ...-...-.....g.-...-.g.-...-...,... 0. Q-0-on-o.0-o.0.Q-c--'0.Q.0..-0.-m-o-Q--- 0- Q-Q-Q-9-9 Shoe Repair Service -at- 6' Nl Y F? E N " -the- Expert Shoemaker -at- HOLSTEIN, IA. Bauer 8: Bauer BILLIARDS and POOL Cigars, Soft Drinks, Candy '-'-F-'-l'-l'H'-'-f'u'- YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED -Seniors have sneak day. Clara VVill declares that it is the first she ever attended and it carne very nearly being the last one. -Remains of Seniors back to work after an exciting day. Decide to have High School singing O11 Fridays. -Juniors avain raise banner C 7 this time in ai very formal inan- ner. GET fllBSl BFHIICU For A11 Your CONCRETE WORK Mixing done by best niixer, and all up-to-date lnachinery. -All H. S. classes except Seniors have a Wiener roast. Seventh grade has first class nieeting. ALL W ORK GDAR'ANT'hJf1D Girls have voices tested for Q25 Glee Olub. , , Estnnates Gladly Furnished -A complete set of Stoddard's lecture books are purchased by High School students. Phone No. 331 Holstein, Iowa, ... Q-o.-.g-..g...g.-.g..... .q.-.g.-.g...g.o-Q-Q-o...g.... -4 0-l4QeO10fO.0'O1Q0O'CvO'Q-I-ovQ1+ -O-o-noQ-ow-o-row-0-ao-you-emo-row-o-no-to-I-0+ .0-0-o-vo-0-o-ooo-Q-og.- lO1C1O'0'O'0'l' Q-9194-0 440101 91010440 i 6 E 6 -0-o-0,04-0-Qsqwfo-no-0-on-o-Q.o.g..g.-. Q-Q-o.g.,.g.o-0-Q-g.-.q.-.g.- -040.0-.4-Q-Q-o-Q-Q -0- 0- 0-0-o-0-9-0-o-0-o-0-04-on-0.9.4 King gl Bleasdell General Insurance Agency "Service" our Motto HOLSTEIN, IA. Phone 278 HOLSTEIN MEAT MARKET Phone 112-A "Where Quality Reigns Supreme" Four Deliveries Each Day 8:00 ai. m., 9:00 ai. m., 11:00 a. m. 4:00 p. m. 18--Freshies and Sophs add their banners to the beauty of the assembly. 19-Three banners gone. VVho's guilty? 22-23--Have two half holidays for celebration. 2-L-A few cases of sleepiness dis- turbed during the day. 26-Roland informed Miss Sellers that he is so narrow rninded that his ears rub. 29-Boys organize and go out for first football practice. OCTOBER. 2-Teachers' Institute at Ida Grove. 3-Vacation much appreciated by students. 6-Everyone cramming for six weeks' exams. Clark The Gleaner Clark Cleans Clothes Clean, that's why we have so many satisfied customers. People of all classes know that our Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing represents the Best on both Ladies' and Men's Cloth- ing. il'e use the Best of Cleaning Processes and aim to give Good Service. lVe also handle two of the Best Tailoring lines. Vile have everything in the latest Patterns and Styles. lVe have a Suit for Every Purse. Come in and we will gladly show you our sanip-les. QQ CLARK, YOUR CLEANER Holstein, Iowa. .g...yo-Q-Q-Q-.4-Q-Q-on-o-Q-0.9.4.0-0-0-mo...-.Q-.4-Q..-Q-90.9-..g...g.-.g..-0.Q.-. - .Q-Q.--Q-Q-Q-0-0-ow-Q.g...,. g.--9-4.0-vo...0.g...g.-.g.-.q.-.g...g--.g.--q.......g.-....-o- Ill ug-0.9 4.Q.g.-4.-4.-.5.04.Q...0.po-mg.,--.g.--Q-Q-Q-o-of-.g. ....g.-.q-on-eq.- .g.,.,...,.,.,...,...,.. 040400 Q-o-Q-oog+o-0-o-Q-os9vo- snowmo- lla-of. . -5. 9 i 5 ! 5 9 5 lg. -no-o-o-no-sf-.QQQ4-o-0.,.q--.q.-... . ,...-.......-...-...-4...g.-.g.-.g.-...-...-.g.-.....g.-.g.-.....,...g.-...,.......,...-...,.,.,,,,,!, E e S 4 5 2 FIRST CLASS Q 2 UB Bl 2 2 . . I 2 f Alllll lllilltllllllg 2 PAINTER g s Q, 5 Q -ancl- 5 Q 3 5 Cylinders Re-bored and Re-ground 5 , , , PAPERHANGER l 3 2 by Speclal Grlnder 2 a i Q 5 9 E Crank Shafts Trued Up . 9 + 3 5 Dealer In y 3 + 2 Q I I I 2 o 2 Herman Dierks Palms and UIIS z 3 2 HOLSTEIN, IOWA. Holstein, Iowa. 5 S I , V , , 5 2 1-First meeting ot the annual HOLSTEIN BATTERY STATION 5 Q staff. 5 'ffm 6 , Q 8-More exams, more worried wifi E looks. Q E 9--Miss Sellers makes a new rule Q in History IV class in regard Y i I 2 to talking. She immediately 'lhreaded Rubber Batteries tor Q puts it into effect by sending Every Cm., Radio Etc. 2 one nienlber from class. 7 5 13-Report cards given out. Teach- 2 5 0,-S Say thcy Ilan, given pupils Also Headquarters for Radio 9 - f- - f -1- . . . 6 g better grades than they really Batteries and Supphes deserved, soniethrng tor which 3 E students are Very thankful. Q85 5 'E 1-L-Mr. Soth holds zu counsel with Authorized Dealer for 2 pupils whose grades are below ZENITH RADIO SETS c c 1 1 t C 1011 i passing' Guarantee S'lt.Sf1 t' 5 - Y - ' lo-Wayne comes to school with a 2 black eye. For once Seniors l 3 are seen studying. Even Speck R' L' i . 11l01l101'lZOS "To a lVaterfowl." Holstein, IOWa,. 2 P 2 3 e D244-0-0-o-9-oso-o-Q-o-some-vo-0-o-0-o-0-o-u-o-0-0-0-0-0-o-9-on-o-0-o -o-vo-o-o-vo-0-ow-o-Q-o-9. -0--.g.-.......-.....g...q.....,...,,,, 'i' P: our clfrm ual "'F':"' LS our Jnnual ur an terest m the success cy your book, as rcflrrtcd m thc ldca layout dumm and plate ervzcc rendered BUCKBEE MEARS CD scHoo1. ANNUAL BNGRAVERS L Samt Paul ld'-lk inf Q9 An" ,Mn ' 9 gli .+ lL..QE"Il isa ' sd A J ,LA If ' K, W Wggnlp W? 'fe 0-qi I u . 1 A . 'ik Q X Y ' Nfl xx 0 Q, 74 lkfx xqlm I . li l 1 -wi 5' gg 'S Q N4- 0 --' if u 5'i lijlu V-- , -115 5 ,f LJ 1' W ' , " 'W .Fel f ' V '-' lf jzf42i9 'f'iQi- ,1- f 4 -i. KVI: -1. lil! , ' C ui fl if IMIWN, 5 -:- au.: .n f 1 r '. f 4,51 . l X V va- i f " Q 9 K'-' 4 ' , . I yu, 4? lg? 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E 18-Boys play first football gzune, 5 at Ida Grove. 20-Seniors decide to have a class 7 1, E orchestra and will furnish le mlm' bust State Bank E some snappy music for play. '70-Philip R. is excused from school to consult a doctor about his eyes. lVe wonder -4.4 what caused theni to swell. Seniors give play in the gym. 2-1--Sophs play baseball in rooin 10 while staying after school to work Geometry. Laundry Service Basket Leaves Tuesdayg Returns Friday. 0 Holstein, Iowa.. Q , .lq.g...g.,,,...g...g...q-o-Q-o-q...q.o- -0-Q..Q..-Q-Q-Q-Q4-0.Q-04.04.-.g...g-Q-pow-Q-Q-Q-Q--.g......Q-0.5.0 ...g...g...g...,...,... -4- on-.QQ-04104-oo-o-vo-Q-ow-ow-on--.g.,.,. 9 0 0.9. 0'O'o-0-0-O-0010-04-0-0-o-ho-0-o -0-o-M -oa- OvO1QvO'04O'QvO4CfO'bvQvQfO'CnO- 0400 -O0t'O'O'O'CvQotoQ0C-0101006001 1:-no -0 0.9.9. -0-o.g.-.g...po-Q-on-04-o-Q-Q-0-Q-Q..-0.0-po-po...Q-0-Q-0-Q-0-Q-Q-Q-Q-o-0-o Vard V. Stockton THE OFFICIAL PHOTCGRAPHER THE VERY BEST THAT ART CAN PRODUCE STOCKTON'S STUIJIO ovyofq-0.9.9-Q-0.9.00-o-0-o .g. ., ...fo-o-no-no-o-o-no-no-v0-o-:fn 9-0 -0-ovf-6meow-Q-to-0-o-0-ow-o-no-0-0-0.0400-no-0-o-0-0-9 -vo-0-0-Q-0-09-Mo-Mo+o4voa-oavvq-0190.0-0-yO'vo4-O-vo 'Bowl- -0-Q-no-0 11-0- Q 0 .c0010-O-Q-0-o-0-Q-0-ow-0-M 'O--4-0.5.04-0.0-Q.mom-o-0-0.0.0 THE SNOW-WHITE BAKNERY FRESH Bread, Buns, Rolls, and the Very Best in Pastries EVERY DAY Patronize this Bakery and "Give Mother A Rest" Prompt Attention To Special Orders RUDOLPH SEVERSIKE, PROP. Holstein, Iowa. Raukuhl 8. Gebers Auto Repairing - Battery Service Phone No. 127 "SERVICE OUR MOTTO" The Right Kind of Work at the Right Prices. When That Car Balks, Call Us Day or Night 227-Nan froni Underwood Type- if writer Co. gives a deinonstra- W Y tion before typewriter stu- dents. im 'T 1- 75.61 l W 29--Higli School given a chance to -'ly vote for President. lQaFollette f i receives 100 votes, Coolidge 323, T A gif Q Andy Gump 12. Hallowe'en ? la' llarty for Seniors at Frank 1 1 Rice's. nm esfs Q S 2 31-School lets out at 3 :-15. Many itlffgfvfgg fgl , Q4 witness their first football Q! ganie. Game is between Mo- in f ville and Holstein. Grand pa- rade led by the High School Band. NOVEMBER. 3-Girls have Basket Ball nieet- ing, Hilda Hueschen elected captain. Seniors go canvass- ing for subscriptions for Moo. THE MOST MODERN MACHINE for Sharpening Lawn Mowers. Bring us yours, if it doesn't work right, -P5 96 +C- General Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, and Acetylene Welding. Big and little jobs, we do all, and every job is guaranteed. Our prices are always within the liv- ing wage scale. W. R. DOYLE -QQ..-Q..-g...g.-.g.-.q...q...g.-.g...q..4.-...-.g...g.--Q---Q-Q..-Q QutvlltlluQaQaguyLIQGQ:Qi3eQ4ZoO'3sQI3sQcLsQv34Qu:uQ11sQu1 .q.-.g.-. -. -...-.g.-....q.-.g.-.q-o...-.g-Q-Q..-4-..g... 2 5 'I' s c 6 . 'W' i ! 0 GREETINGS 5 9 U It has been written that 4'l..abor has its Reward," and you, the Class of 1925, did 5 not reach your goal without much labor, E neither will you reach the successful goal of 5 life without labor. And as you take up 3 your different vocations in life, bear in mind Q that they who labor with skill, industry and E zeal, are sure of success, and let us add to the above, "Honesty in All Things." i i WE CONGRATULATE YOU ALL. G. E. Van Patten gl Son I-lolstein's Up-to-date Clothiers :ls ...QQ .0-0.0-o-0-ofyo-no 'O-Q-0-Q-Q-Q -0-o-0 O .,-..-...........-.,-..-.......-.,-... -3- 04-0-qfo-9.04-o-yoqfo-0-0 -Q-o 9 1 o-Q-0-Q-o-0-o-mgvv -on-o -9-Q-Q--4-Q-Q..-o-om-Q-g...,. -4-QQ..-...Q -Q-QQ.- 9 1 -o-049-Q-o -yo-0-0-0-0-0.0-to-Q-0-Q-0-0-o-Q-o-yo-O -0-v0-0-O-0-0-0'0-0-0-0-0-Of.-0-ow -we-no-0-o-o-o-o-Q-Q..-0-om-..-Q-0-Q-4-o-o-of0-Q-no-0-.4-Q vbb'Ol04l4C-O1tfO'01QvCfO'C'.'6 -..i FRED H. JESS Dentist Office First Floor in the Old Sav- ings Bank Building Phones: Office 421-Ag Res., 421-B. Holstein, Iowa. C. G. BRETTHAUER Physician and Surgeon Office Second Floor of Dahms Bldg. Phones: Office 85Ag Residence 85-B tOalls Answered Day and Nightj Holstein, Iowa-. R. S. PORTERFIELD Veterinarian Both House and Office Phone 84 Office with G. Van Henicrt Holstein, Iowa. DR. O. A. LANGLAND ' Dentist Office Second Floor First State Bank Building Holstein, Iowa. DR. C. L. PUTNAM Physician and Surgeon Office in First State Bank Bldg. Eyes Tested-Glasses Fitted Office Phone 43-A Residence 43-B Holstein, Iowa. KAHL 85 STUBBS Graduate Veterinarians Calls Answered Promptly Office in McGuire Feed Barn Phone 273 Holstein, Iowa. -000400404-oqeaq-o+oQnoQo4ooQ-on-000-yon IOGQOO-C 'GOIGOIQOQ-04064006600 4-Geometry class given pleasure of remaining after school for the remainder of the week. 7-Many witness their first foot- ball game -- between Holstein and Lytton. Lots of pep was shown which helped boys a great deal. 10-Girls have first basketball practice. Some declare it is just awfully hard work. ll-Armistice Day. Have the af- ternoon off and everybody celebrates. 13-Home Ec. II girls have oysters. Yum! Yum! Erwin Zeman is found to have the largest vo- cabulary of the whole high school . Too smart for some of us. 14-C Ph! If only Friday night would come around as often as Mon- day morning. 15-Saturday football teams go to Kingsley. Several of the boys come back crippled. 17-'llypewriting students rushed to death. They work from early in the morning until late at night. 18-Miss Porter announces that there will be no more speaking. Some seem to think they are privileged characters. 19-Review. Some find that a great deal of study is neces- sary. 20-Educational meeting in the gym. Girls' Glee Club makes its first appearance. 24-Typewriting to be handed in. Some are left without grades. 19001 0000045019 000910090 Qfbvivbvisbeivb IQ-944910191100 +4-o-leo-so gf-4-.4...q..-Q..-Q-o-9.04-0.9-Q-Q-QQ..-g-.4-.-q---o.o-o-o-o--.g.o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-.-q-.-g-..g-..g. .q...q--4-Q-Q-0.9.-Q-.4-..g.......,. -04.-. -.g...g.-...-....g.-... Q .-. -...-.p-....-...-.q-Q-u 7 ii THE MOST COMPLETE AND UP-To-DATE LINE OF MERCHANDISE Awaits your selection at the store with the earnecl reputation for exclusiveness. Each year this reputation is not only lived up to, but every effort is made to enhance it. F. D. THIELIVIAN N Holstein, Iowa, Phone No. 8 ,,,, .,.......g...g.-.g...q..-0.0.9-0.0.0-Q.--0-o-0 - O- o-Q-0.0-0-0-0-Q-Q-mo..-o-m -. - .-.Q -Q..-Q-o.g...q..... 0-Q-0+ov0-0-0-0-o-o-Q-o-0-o4-o-o-o-0-o-0-ow-0-O-0-O-O+0'O-O- + Q--.y-q.o-you-ovmo-Q-Q-Q.--vo.y 94.0-9.04-on-o-Q-0 o-0--.g..-Q-0-Q-0.9-on-o.g.o.q.o-y 2 Q 2 2 2 1 I 3 i iors and Seniors go. Several O O 0:9-Out-le 0-N00-4' 1'O-vo-v -Q-on-on-on-Q-0-o -0-o-Q-Q-1-Q -0-o-0-Q -0-Q-Q-Q -Q.- -Q.- .Q-Q-Q--4--4--4-,,g.. .g.-.g.-...--o.-.. , THE SCENIC THEATRE Never Before Have We Had Such A Wonderful Line-Up of Pictures As Our 1925 Bookings, Which Include: "America" "Abraham Lincoln" "The White Sister" "Scaramuche" "The Pendleton "The Tornado" "Oh, Doctor!" "l'Il Show You The Town "The Price of "Our Hospitality" Never Say Die" Going Up" "Dr, Jack" Broken Laws" "The Boy of Flanders Robinson Crusoe" The Shooting of M n . u u - "Safety Last" HARRY L. THREDE, MANAGER Round-Up" 77 PIeasure" I1 Dan McGrew" 5 Tlizinksgiving vacation. Foot- ball game between Holstein and Quimby, Boys show Quim- by how real football is played. 76-Carnival is put on by Juniors. 77 9 T O A grand success. There was an orpheum, a nut house, wild animals and everything. -Boys have first basket ball practice. DECEMBER. Seniors order caps and gowns. All Seniors order large caps so as to fit their heads. -Hare pep meeting for Danbury game. No mo1'e high school singing until some people can behave. 9-Declamatory contestants busy selecting pieces. 10-Eighth graders have bob par- ty. ll u 16 17 18 19 -Bob parties all the rage. Jun- 13-W upsets. Boys' Basket Ball teams ney to Cushing. jour- -Class Tournament begins. Sen- ior girls and Sophomore boys are winners. -Juniors and Freshmen play. Junior girls lose while boys win. -Coach for Declamatory con- testants arrives. - -Christmas program for high school and ft1C11lty in the gym. Vllhat were some of the grab bag presents? Finals of the tournament played. Senior girls and Junior boys cham- pions. If-Q-o-of -Q-o-o-o-o-o-vo-o-o-vo-s-ow-o-o-o-o-o-o-.-q-.-0-O-o-o-Q---o-o -o-o-vo-vom -o-on-on-.4-.4-Q ,..,,.,,,..,...-...-.g.-. 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WOHLENBERG, PRESIDENT E ' ' ' I5 k Q 2 ihnlatrm Svauxngn 4 em 5 a HCDLSTEIN, IOWA E 2 3 9 4 2 ,l,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.....,.-.........g...o...Q-Q.....q.-.q.--4-Q.o...c.Q-Q.-.0-.Q-o-o-Q-0.0.0-0-me-Q-ow-o---c--- o -Q-0-emo-mo-v .l.. Q-O O-904--.g.+ C-0-9101 '.'C'O'C','00O00vO'OPO 'O'Q'O'QvO-00OvO-l00lO-CvO1:O-O-O'0-O'CvlotuO09lO4CfO-teOl9uO- 20- 4-.-vo-ofo-0-o-vo-0-o-r-v-0-o'vo-a -0-Q-oso-Q..-q..-g--...-.q.....-.g.-.g...g......-.....g.o-Q-ow..-a-.4-..g.-...........,...-.,.-,,. "'-I' Q JESS 8c ZEIVIAN HOLSTEIN, IOWA s DEALERS IN Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes. iini Ga QUALITY-STYLE-SERVICE The much longed for vacation has arrived. 5 JANUARY. s .J-lilveryone feeling fine after 2 the much needed rest. 6 2 6-Pictures for the Annual taken. 2 Mr. Seth expresses his desire 4'0- to be in the girls' basket ball 5 picture. E -Crossword puzzles all the rage. Q Are claimed to be of more in- Q terest than text-books. 9 -Night of Battle Creek game. i First game for girls. Both E boys and girls lose. 2 -Hilda and Erwin .give talks 2 about game Friday. 0190 --Mr. Painter gives a banquet 16-No school. Boys go to Dan- bury. 19-Everyone back to school. Stu- dents have an awful time ar- ranging their schedule. 20-Big band party in the gym. Some of the boys have their first experience in taking a girl. 21-Football boys come to school wearing their new orange sweaters. 22-Mr. Cridlebaugh tells Asmus Drews that just because he is a' lady 's man he does not need to show it in Geometry class. 23-Basket Ball teams go to Ida Grove. Both girls and boys are sadly defeated. 26-Oh! but it's -cold. for Football boys. 14-15-Semester tests. 'OOO 27-Last pictures for the Annual sent to engraving company, I z O E z 2 2 z z 'O-O1 0'OlO'O-Cvovi-0-0-0 'O -geo-0-0-0-o-0-0.9.0-Q-o-movq-o-Q19-Q-o o-Q-0 'O-buytofvt +-o-o-o-..g-.4.o-o-o-o-o-0-o+o4-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o.q-o4...q::4-Q-gf:-v-- ---9-on---Q-Q-Q--fy -0-eve:-4---Q..-ca--3--9-94.04 J Q-0-o Q-0-4.0--4-Q -oa-o-o-o-0-o-a-o-o-o-0-o-uo-n-on-o-0-Q-g.-.g..f Z Z Q 9 o-no-Q-0-Q.--Qfo.0vo-0-0-0-o-0 -to-0 o-no-Q--4-o-Q-o .coa- .0403-O10-0104 Q-Q-og C404 0vOo0'0'ClOu0'O' Oil' 00' 0-o.g.-4-0.0-an-0-po -Q-Q-0-0-0-O-0-on-o-0 in-o-o-o-o-Q-on-Q-o-o ST DE TS' 'Wi' Nuke our store your l10ZlLll1llZl1't01'S in tho futuro as you have in the IJ2lStQ as it is largely clue in you that our business is rapidly growing mul we fzxlio this 111021511113 to thank you. ill EXCLUSIVE STORE for Bunto's box goods and liard czuimlios. lVlwu you are thirsty il cool drink from our oloctriczllly cquippcml fOul1t21lI1 will rofrosli you. Special attention g'lVl'll to party orders and late cloliverios made. Scenic Ice Cream Parlor H. G. EICHERLY, PROP. HOLSTEIN. IOWA .yo-yo-yo-0-Q-0-0-Q-o-Q-o-O-0-0-O-no-Ono-N0-0-O-Q'O-O-O-0-0.0-0-0-O-O-0-0-o-m :O-o-0-o-Q-o-po-Q-0-Q Q Y 9 9 Y Q Q Q Q Q 2 5 Q 9 2 5 2 Q 5 9 2 5 Q Q 2 5 5 5 2 5 2 Q Q 2 5 5 f 'I' Q-no-0-on--...Q.g.Q .Q- -on-04. .94 .pea .Q-Q-0 -Q-Q-Q-on 00:99 Q-Q4 Q-Q---g.o-p-o-q.o4-om-Q-g-o- -0-0-Q-o '60 Qetebboif -Q-Q-o 4-Q-Q-on-o-Q-o-0-oa0vo4Q 'O-0 QQOQODOQOPCIWCU Ill-0-9.0-o o-0-o-0-Q.:-11 . .Q.g.-... .g.-.g.-.g.,.g.,.g.-.g.-...,.g. 0-0-om-.o-0fl-9-0-0.0.0.g.-...,.g.--Q--.g.-.g.-.g.-.g., A PIECE OF JEWELRY makes an excellent gift for all occasions, whether it be birthday, wedding anniversary or other times, but just at this time what could be more appropriate for graduation? We have a good selection of Gifts for this occasion. Come in and let us show you. F. C. H A NI l L HOLSTEIN, IOWA -lVayne Geer takes a trip to Mr. Seth. FEBRUARY. -Girls decide to serve a lunch for Gorrectionville bunch, he- eause thley want pleasure of washing dishes. -Girls win their first victory. Score, 34-6. -Mr. Gridlebangh informed the Solid Geometry class that he has a mathematical mind. Ap.- parently this accounts for his vocation. -Everybody is getting spring fever. Virginia gets a black eye in Physical Training. -Girls have Basket Ball game with teachers. Although it was a hard battle, teachers were defeated 53-14. 12-Have program in assembly in commemoration of Lineoln's birthday. 13-Great excitement. M any lnea'u- tiful Valentines found, but whom are they from? 16-Basket ball teams go to Gor- rectionville. Girls' game very close. 19-A surprise party is given in honor of Katherine Hass in the bank basement. 20-XVanted-Basket Ball players for Ida Grove game. 21-Boys, team goes to a tourna- ment at Cushing, 23-Seniors after an argument de- cide on what invitations they will get. 24-Juniors give three one-act plays in gym. Q4-0.Q.eq-Q-Q-0.0.1Q-o-9.0-Q-0.0.0.9-Q-Q-af...-g.-.q .Q .Q-po-po-0.0-QQQQQ-0.0-0.9..0-o-g.-.g-Q- Q-Q-ow-on-Q-Q-QQ .0-0.0-0 -l- 'I' The Holstein lumber Gu. l "The lllll Reliable Firm" We make a specialty of supplying your wants in the Manual Training Department. We carry in stock plain White and Red Oak and Mahogany cabinet finish lumber, as well as White or Yellow Pine finish lumber. We also carry a complete stock of veneered panels, in Plain Oak, Yellow Pine, Fir, Birch and Mahogany. Remember that we have a planing mill in connection and are equipped to supply your special needs. No order is too small for our attention, for we appreciate the small orders as well as the big ones. ,W A. P. CLAUSEN MANAGER ........-g-..g-o4-o-o...g..-o-o.q.o-o-o.g.o'O-..q.- . ...QQ-Q-q-..q...g-eq.--Q-0.9. .g.-.,.-., .4.,.g...g...... ,..,.....q.Q.g-Q.yo-Q-Q-Q-0-q...g.Q.g-Q-Q-Q-Q..-Q-0-Q.-Q-0.5.0-5.0.9-Q-0.0.9.0-Q-Q..-..q. -Q-o.,.o.....g.o.Q.o-yo-Q 0-0-0-o-0-Q-0-0 'I-o-0-o-m -Q-om-o-me-0-Q-Q-Q-Q-o-meQ-o-0-0-Q-Q-Q-on-0.0.0.0-9.0-om-Q...-...-.g--4-QQ.--Q-Q-v FARMERS ELEVATUR GUMPANY CAPITAL STOCK 550,000 ill Grain, Seed, Coal, Salt, Feed, Posts and Wire. lil Huge Mieheel, Manager HOLSTEIN, IOWA THE HOLSTEIN Be-Unerative ,Creamery Ge. Highest Price Paid for Cream .'e' ' MANUFACTURERS OF "HOLSTEIN QUALITY ICE CREAM" S + . ,. Q-no-0--...,... .g.--9-Q-0-Q.g..1Q-o-Q.-.gfQ-0Q-9-Q4.-.Q.-...-.g.o.g..-0-o-0o-mo-no-9-Q-0-0 at s FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING V A Complete Stock of Carefully-Selected Furniture, representing the Very Best in Quality and Workmanship. Also a choice selection of framed Art Pictures for dec- orative purposes, and a splendid line of LINOLEUM AND RUGS H. C. 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'P sr 'P T 4 FF sv 1? ev 1? Q Q n 1? fe 0 41:52 .mfs -no .yo-Q-0 110:00 -0-o-0-Q 0.9-no :po 3 2 ii 0 QQ: Q-ge: .::9v0'Q'0 -Q-o-q.o4L::0:::3- .pq-yo -Gt-600000 Ill-so-I-0.0-Q-Q-Q -i-- Q -o-Q-Q..-o-0.0.0-Q THE HOME OF QUALITY GOODS SEVEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE WITH US 1. We carry only the highest grade merchandise money can buy. 2. We are the exclusive dealers in Holstein of Munsingwear. 3. Our silks are "Beldings" guaranteed materials. 4. Our new line of "Phoenix" hosiery is bound to please. 5. "Peters" shoes from "First Step to Grandma." 6. Ask us for "Del Monte" canned goods. 7. It is our endeavor to carry just that merchandise that will satisfy you. L. WIGODSKY 8: CO. 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HOLSTEIN, IOWA Tinware Tinshop in Connection Stoves 4. ............-........... .. ..............-.......-...-...-.......-...............-...-.. ......-.............. -I- QQ.- 'HOLOCIHIG 'NOLHOOLS 'A 'A-NIELI.S'IOH JO HCIIHJ HH.L'CINVH LLINIINWOO ...Q 'P' 9 Q 9 . o Q 9 ! o Q o Q o Q 2 ! o 4 2 9 9 a Q 2 Q 0 4 U 4 Q Q ! . 3 Q 2 5 Q 2 2 9 9 2 Q Y U 4 2 5 + Q l Q 5 i 9 2 9 9 9 Q o 4 2 T 2 5 as ! 1 0 a 2 2 C -O-04-0-0-O-O-0-O-o-9-o-Q-nu -0100-o-0 '0-o-0-o-0-0-0-0-no-Q-0-0-Q-0-o4.04.94.obo-Q.04.o-0-0.9.0-0-Q-Q.-.g.-.Q...q..-g-9-0-0.9--.g...g 26--Helen, Clara and Erwin go to Declamatory contest at Ida Groye. llelen and Clara get first in their respective classes, 27-Last basket ball games of the season played. Holstein girls lose to Battle Creek, but our boys win, 17-13. MARCH. 2-Report cards given out. Com- mon question, "NVhat did you get in deportment ? " 3-Mr. Seth tells Seniors they are absolutely ignorant of Ameri- can History. tr-Rev. llladison gives a talk on "How to Get the Best Out of Life." ll!-The Ku Klux Klan visited Miss Porters' office and left a IICXV principal. 12-VVomen's Club has entertain- ment in the gym. Magician performs many tricks. 13-Everyone trying tricks seen the night before, but find they are unable to make them work. 1+-Girls B. B. team goes to tour- nament at Sac City, but due to weather conditions boys did not go to the tournament held at Spirit Lake. JIT--Erwin Giese celebrates St. Pat- rick's day by putting a green feather in his hair. Miss Por- ter requests that he stand be- fore the assembly so that ev- eryone may see it. 19--School gives a physical train- ing demonstration at the Turn- er Hall. 20-Fire Drill, time, T6 seconds. VVe now leave the time to eome for the next annual staff to take notes and record them for the in- terest of our readers in time to come. JGKES Mr. Cridlebaugh tin General Sci- encej-t'Now, George, can you tell me what is the best conduct- or of electricity." George Huss twho had not looked at his lesson for a weekj-"VVhy- er-er-" Mr. C.-"That's right, wire. Now, George, will you tell me by what electricity is measured?" G. H. tvery dumfoundedj -"The what, sir?" Nr. C.-"'lll1at's very good, George. Electricity is measured by the watt. Very good." Miss Sellers-"lVho was Drake?" Hilda Thede-' ' The duck 's hubby. " Miss Sellers-"What sense do we use in eating?" Harry E.-' ' Common Sense. " L. Seth-"VVhere does Santa Claus go after Christmas?" Mr. Seth-"Uh, I guess he hides from his creditorsf' Coonie tplaying his cornetj -"Is 11ot this a pretty melody," Paul VV.-"lt sure is quite a strain." Mr. Painter-'tWho made the first 'nitridet ?" Uttie D.-' ' Paul Revere. U John K.-'WVhen I look at your head, I get seasick." John Mattlin-' ' VVhy ? ' ' John K.-"Because it's so wavy." 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READY TO WELCOME AND SERVE YOU! r nn To be ready at all times to meet each and every request for bank service that our customers may make-to be ready to meet such re- quests With bank service that is a little better than the cus-tomer might expect- That is the aim of the First State Bank of Holstein. Whatever your needs may be, whether your account is large or small, both your friendship and your patronage will be welcomed and appreciated by us. THE FIRST STATE BANK HCJLSTEIN, IOWA OFFICERS A. N. Bertelsen, President. Emil Lage, Vice President. T. E. Linder, Cashier. E. L. Hatch, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS A. N. Bertelsen, Emil Lage, Wm. Thede, H. C. Hansen, H. J. Leonard. ...pg.9-Q-Q-of.-Q-yo-Q-o-Q-Q4-Q-Q-Q-0-on-o-no-0-0-Q-o -0-on-o-Q-on-Q.o...s-on-o-no-Q. 'Q --.g.-.q.-q-.4-.4-..g-Q-g...p t 2 -Q-o-yo-0-Q-geo-Q-o-Q-o-Q-o-Q-o 'O-0-009-GO 0 94' -Q-off-o-0-0-0-o 0.9.0 -0-o-M '00-O-0 -9.0-0-o -Q-ou'-ony-Q-Q-04.0 109000 P00006- '03 :ln-0-QQ.. 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Building Material and nal Where Quality and Price Count V HOLSTEIN, IOWA Q.pq4.0.9-Q.Q-Q-5.0.5-Q.pq-Q-..po.g.o.q...yon--.g. 4.0-9-Q-Q-......9...g.-.g.-.g..q. .g.-.g...q-Q-Q.--0-eq... 0-0- -TH E- Nelsnn rnduce IJ . nultry and Eggs We make it a point to pay the farmers the high- est possible price for the products we buy from them, realizing that the continuance of patron- age depends solely upon the price paid and the services rendered. We Want Your Business Nelson Bros. PHONE 67. HOLSTEIN, IOWA. . 4.0-Q-0-Q-0.9-0-Q-Q-9.0.9-...so-9.0.5-on .Q . .-.g .g.....Q.Q...g...g...g. .q...g..g.-.g.-..., .5 ,,...,.,,, 0-Q.g.-.g.-.q.-.po-0-0.0.0.9 -4-o-0-Q..-Q4...Q-Q-0-o-q.Q-0.0.9-Q-Q-Q-me-0:0-0o 40-o-0-0-0-o-0-o-0-0.0-0-0-o-h Ice Cream and unches Complete line of Staple and Fancy Candy and Chocolate Bars. Fresh Fruit Always on Hand. We take subscriptions and carry a complete line of all Latest Magazines, Daily and Sunday Papers. I Appreciate Your Patronage GHARLEY ARMIGER Q.QQ..Q...go-Q-0.go-Q...Q-Q.Q.Q..--4-0.1.0-Q-0-0.0.00-Q--.q.-.g. 4-0. me . :win O 'Kwik L i T xx THE CITY MEAT MARKET I-IARTWELL sl HANSEN, PRoPs. The Best of Everything to Choose from in FRESH AND SMOKED MIATS FIRST CLASS MODERN MARKET QUALITY AND SERVICE VVe Deliver ---- Phone No. 9 YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED -.Q-Q-Q...-o-0-Q.....QQ-..,...g.-..-......g.-.g.-.g...g.-.g.-.g...g--...-.......-...-.....,. .g.-.,.-...-...-.....q....-. -0-0-0-O-0-Ofo-0-o-0-Q4-0 -0-oflfo-9 -0-Q-Q-Q...Q-9-..g.-4.0.9-Q-Q--...-...-.p....0-9-g.-.g.-.g.-.g.-.g...g.-.g--.g.,.g...g.-.g.-... Mrs. Gregerson-"VVilliam, is it correct to say a hen 'sits' or 'setsl' " Bill-"I don't care whether she sits or sets-what I want to know is, when a hen cackles does she 7 'lay' or 'lie.' " Miss Sellers-"Roland, you may discuss the Missouri Bill." Speck-"Sorry, but I don't know him." Speck twhile tracing a mapj-"Uh, Miss Sellers, I run up against a rock. IVhat shall I do?" Mr. Cl.-"Hey, Dell, what's all that racket about over there 7" Dell-"Dick Huss worked out a problem in Geometry, and is try- i11g to make himself believe it's right." IValter S.-"I know of a man who has been married twenty years and stays home every night." Alice K.-"Tliat's love." VValter S. -"No, that 's rheuma- tism." Mrs. .Painter-t'Do you know that you talk in your sleep." M1'. Painter-"Do you begrudge me those few words?"' Miss Porter-"VVilliam, if you're not good I'll send a IIOIC to your father. " Bill--"You had better not. Ma's awful jealous." Arnian B.-"Fat Huesehen lost his cap again. Alfred A.-"How do you know?" Arman B.-"I can't find mine." 77 Charlotte Stratton-"He's so ro- mantic. Wvhenever he speaks to nie, he says, 'Fair ladyl' " Evelyn Hansen-Oh, thaL's for ce of habit. He used to be a street car conductor. 77 Mrs. G1'0g91QS011-Kilbvllilt is the plural of man ? " Ray IV.-"Meir" Mrs. G.-'tOf child?" Bill S.-"TWinS.l' Lauren Soth-"Father, why don't you grow some hair on your head?" Prof. Soth-"VVhy, grass doesn't grow on busy streets. Lauren--"Uh! I see. It can't get up through the pavement." 77 Philip Rohlk- ''You-you-you-you- you-stutter. " Erwin Giese - '4You-you-you-yew you-do, too. 77 Mac Dermott-' ' Teacher 's pet ! " Burt-"Noi Do they?" Melvin S.-"VVhat's that thing?" VVayne-"I'm going to cal! it t'l'he Portrait of a Professoiz' " Melvin-"VVhy don't you color the head?" XVayne-"I can't. The paint 's not thick enough." Sellers-'tVVhat's the result of the Boston Massacre?" Bunny-"YVOrk for the undertak- 91. 77 Miss Sellers fduring a testi - "NVell, if you'd use your head you'd know that." Speck---"VVell, I'm so narrow- minded my ears rub." Miss Sellers--"VVl1at was the ex- tent of the Spanish territory?" Bunny-From Kansas to the South Pole." Miss Sellers-UNO, from Kansas to Chile." fehillyj Bunny-"VVell, I knew it was cold there." Irene L.--"I wonder if Sellers can talk the duck language?" Hilda T.-"VVl1y?" Irene L.-t'She,s got a bill." tBillj +-o-.-v..g-.-g---Q-o4-0-0-.4..4.o-vow-o-vo4-oa-o-s-omo-q...g.- lO'9'O'9'O'0'l'0'C'0'C'0'.'9-O' 'WO-O-Odvtvi-C'O'O 2 i .-.. 4. 9.4 9-ye- -I-o v0-0-0 O'0'CvQ.Qo0'O'C'ln4wel'0oQs0oQs0e 9-o-Q40-poo-0-0-0 -Q-Q-0-0-no-Q-0-quo-Q-on-0. 'O' 0-0-O-9-Q-4-o-0-o-Q-o-Q--.g...g.-.g-Q-9-..-9.9.4-Q-g..-yo 69100000-Ov 'lot 4-0-O-6-yo -Q- +-0'o-c-on-0-Q-o-0-o-Q-o-Q-o-0-o-Q-o-m-0-0-5.Q.,.,...Q-Q..-q.-.g-9-g.-.g.-...-.g.-.q.- .-. .-.mga-- ...q...g.,.g.-.g...g-Q-no Y 9 9 o 5 5 Z E 9 2 2 1 -AN Ds 5 l Q ! ! 5 ' IVI E A I NI A R K E l ' 33133 9 2 You will find it 21 pleasu1'e to buy your Groceries and Meats here, for ' we believe you will appreciate the Cleanliness, C0llV0l1lCllL'U and C Q l'ro111pt Service XVl1lCll are tllStll1g'lllSl111lg teatures ot' tl1is store. l 3 l 5 6 MEAT DEPARTMENT. l . . . . . . 9 lt 's an C1-lllC2ll10l1 to V1s1t tl11s s mlendid de Jill'tIll0llt. The ehoieest Cuts 9 . ' of Meat are skillfully prepared by an expert cutter. Absolutely I nothing but the very best Meats find tl1eir way to our blocks. VV1111- Q dertul cooked meats, all ki11ds of sausagqe, pickled ineats and a host 2 of other things that spell sueeess to that Sunday night supper or late 5 6 lunch. to-Q-ow-o-0-o-O-Q-Q10-g-0 0-90-0- 'O'Q'O0O'O1Q4O1t0O'0'l' 010101044 4. BRIARDALE AND G. W. C. GANNED FRUITS This is the very finest and 111ost delicious qualitygthe best that can be produced. Briardale and G. NV. C. XVOIINC be better until nature produces finer fruit. Special priee 011 Canned Goods by the Dozen Cans. Get yours now! FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. i'o111e i11 and see our large display of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. FRESH CREAM AND MILK. The best Fresh Cl'0El111 and Milk obtainableg bottled under the niost szuiitary conditions, and delivered Fresh to 11s every lll0l'lllllgI and evening. Order a bottle with your next order. lt will pay you to visit Olll' store Zllltl see what we have to offer you. XVE BUY RIGHT-NVE SELL RIGHT. L E Nl K E B R O S. PHONE NO. 10. HOLSTEIN, IOWA. PIIUNE NU. 10. 1,-o-Q E i 3 I Z 2 2 Q 5 E 2 2 2 l E 2 3 2 2 I 2 2 E 6 3 E 9 e 9 9 'I' -Q-94494. 4190906407041 00040 'WO 01010 41941 06' Ong-Q -Q-o-0-0-0-o -0-C00-l'9IC'C'Ol0-0vQ'O'O'O'0'l'0uOoCvl1CwOvtvOv Q 0.0-Q.,-0.0.04 +4-om-Q-9-0.9-Q-0.04-emo-0-Q-Q-0.9. ow-o.g...g.+ z I 1 1 2 z 2 g.- .g..-0-o-Q-0.0.0-5-Q-0-Q-no-0-o-me-0-o-r Off-0 'O-0-0-0-0-000-O-0-0-0 'ho-mo-Q-ow-o-l-o-0-o-0-Q-0-o.0-ow-Q-pq. 91019401 -010:01 pon!-o no-0-out-o-0-o-Ofoom Q-0 QQ-0 '91 O-0 nP-o-o-o-.4.o+o-eo-o-0-vo.g...q...g-..g..-o-o'o-o-o-o-o-o-c::: 0-0-Q-01 -0-Q..-9-5.9.3-0-Q-Q-90.0-o-0-Q.p Q-q-Q-no-5-0-9o-0-Q-0-04mo-0-0-0-Q-0-Q-so-novo-pq-no-0-Q Mr. Stratton to Erwin Klema-"I will teach you to kiss my daugh- ter." Erb-"You're too late. I've al- 1'eady learned." Bunny-"Gee, Hilda, you are even more beautiful than the stars." Hilda-"IVell, you knows girls are naturally more beautiful than boys." Bunny-"No, not naturally, but artificially. " Melvin S.-"NVhy does a dog have its tongue lianffinlr out when it D D C5 runs?" Philip R.-"To balance its tail, I guess." Miss Sellers-"VVho was Bacon?" Myrna K.-"Speck" tThe German nord for baconj 1 Mr. Painter-"VVhat are the two kinds of hogs?" Hugo E.-"Ham and eggs." Mrs. Gregersen-"VVhat comes af- ter the heading of a letter?" Hugo E.-HThe neck." Mr. U.-"Keep your mouth shut, Philip, there's a heating system in this building." Mrs. Soth-"Oh, tIlCI'G,S a big black bug on the ceiling." Mr. Soth tabsent - mindedlyj - "Step on it. I'm busy." Miss C.--"My hair is falling out. Can you give me something to keep it in?" Clerk-"Here's 3 nice cardboard box." Ivayne Geer-'tAny-way, I'm not like you, I'm all bone." Otto H.-"I was wondering what was the matter with your head." Mrs. Gregerson-'tWl1at are the principal parts of 'buyul' " Bill-"Buy, bought, and paid for." Mrs. Armiger - "Alfred, what would you like to give your brother for his birthday?" Alfred-"I know, but I'm not big enough." Mrs. Painter-"Do you believe in dreams?" Edith B.--"I did, until I dreamed that I would pass in shorthand." Mr. Soth-"NVl1a't is the most im- portant means of transporta- tion and also employes the most men?" John M.-' ' Go-earts. " Irene L.--4'Gee, you're pretty-" Margaret VV. tvery much flatteredj "Uh, yes! very pretty." Irene L..-HI mean, pretty clumsy." This is the excuse Bill S. handed in: "Miss Porter, please excuse VVillie for being absent. I tore my pants. 77 Mabel VV.-"Petie, don't drive so fast." Pete-4 ' VVhy not ' ' Mabel VV.-"That motor policeman who has been following us might not like it." IVayne G.-"IVill you accompany me on the piano?" Helen H.-"Not without a chape- ronf' Harriet B.-"Oh, John! Is it really a diamond?" .Iolm M.-"If it ain't I'm out of four bits." Philip R.-"Can I go through that gate?" Alvin S.-"Oh I think so. A truck just went through it." Mrs. GI'egerso1i-"William, why is it always best to tell the truth?" Bill-"Cause you d0n't have to re- member what you say." Q-Q4-og.- 1-Q-Q.- 9-0.9-4-viz'-Y -oo-0-0-g.v4-o-Q-o-Q.- 4.-. "!' -quo-9 o-Q-04.04-oe'-o 0013001 o-no .Q-o-Q' O'0lO10oQ.9u.s0cQnQoQeC 'O' '99-Ov? 'Out Q-anno-mo-Q-0-Q-0 -Q-04.9-9100-0 'O' 00040 Off' 0010-mosque-y -Q10-Q-ow-o-0-ovqfo-Q-Q-1-Q-no-Q-o lO0OlO40lQvCrloClO'ClOlCvO'0wI +0-0 Q-Q-q-Q-Q+-.g.-.Q-.4-o-Q---g.-p-- o-no-0-Q-9--.y.--Q-Q ow- -0 -l+o-Q-o-q-o-0-o-0-0-Ofo- TRY THE Nyal Drug Siere First MFOR- Alabastine, Wall Paper, S. W. P. Paint -also-H Dr. West Tooth Brushes and Gainsborough Powder Puffs. ill A New ancl Complete Line of Toilet Articles and Stationery. iii Our Soda Fountain Service with our New Fountain will Please You. Choice Selection ei Fancy Candies 0nnaway8iSieIIey "Nyal Quality Store" PHONE 27. HOLSTEIN, IOWA -Q .0-o-Q-o-0-o-0-om-o-0-o-Q-ofOf0who-mo-O-0-0-0-0-o-0-0-0-o-vO'l-o-Q-om-ovO-O-0-0-O+0-0- -0-0-0-on-o -Q-0-Q-04-Q-0-0-1 .4-o-0-o-no-0-Q-9+ 91.10004 'O'909900064101OvQ'l'00OvillCnQeQnO'0vllt-O'0POI0'O'QuQn0oQs 04101.00 H9060 Q-0104 6404COA'4'9b0Q1 Wvcuygufnaeygajccujocuyoiyauy Mr. Soth-'fYou're an honest boy, but the money I lost was a ten dollar bill." ' VValter L.-"Yes, I know, but I changed it so you could give me my reward." Beelum--"I have an idea." Bunny-"Be good to it. It's in a strange place." IValter L.-"I want a couple of pillow cases." Clerk-' ' VVhat size " IValter L.-"I don't know, but I wear a seven hat.', Mr. Painter--"Stand up straight. Don't you want to have a fine carriage when you grow up?" Arman B.-"VVell, I'd rather have an airplane." Mrs. Gregerson-"How would you punctuate tl1is sentence, "I see Charlotte, the pretty girl?' " Erb K.-"I would make a dash af- ter Charlotte." Mabel B.-"Collins had milk to drink all the while he was in the cave." Maibel VV.-"Oh, did he? How's that?" Mabel B.-"He had the govern- ment's goat." Mabel B.-"IVhat did they put Earl out of the game for?" VValt Hass-"For holding." Mabel B.---"l'sn't that just like him?" Herman R.-"My father thinks llly conscience just as good as new." Dell Geer-"Why?" Herman R.-J'Because he says I never use it." Ed Mears fto waiterj-"If that's a malted milk, I'm an idiot." VVaiter-"You know best, sir, but this is a malted milk." Bunny U.-"VVho is the smallest man in history?" Miss Sellers-"I don't know." Bunny-"NVhy, the soldier who slept on his watch." - Evolution. Freshman-"Please may I go?" Sophomore-"Let me go, I'll be home by eleven." .Tunior-' ' I 'm going. ' ' Senior-"Goodbye. Leave the door open." Ed Mears-"Gee, I had an awful accident last night and I got wet." L. Seth-"VVhat happened?" Ed-'tVVell, the pillow slipped-- the bed spread-and I fell into the spring." Miss Porter-"WVa'lter Schmidt strikes me as a very promising young man." , Raymond VV.-"He strikes me that way, too, but he never pays me back." Kenneth D.-"I heard you talking to yourself last night while you were taking a bath." John K.-"No, I wasn't talking to myself. I was talking to the soap. I slipped and fell on it." Miss XValter-"Can you tell me the shape of the earth?" IxVillie M.-"Pa says it's in a hell of a shape. 77 Hilda Thede-"Did you hear about the big washout?" Irene L.-"Oh, yes . About the bridge washing out." Hilda T.-"No, we had our wash out on the line yesterday." Mrs. Painter-"You have a finely chiseled mouth. It ought to be on a girlls face." Asmus D.-"Well, I seldom miss the chance. 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