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

 - Class of 1927

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'n-HELMANN, President DR- G- H- CRANE 2 5 Member of board for the past Member of board since 1916. E E Sixteen years' Holsteiu's oldest physician. H N General Merchant 3 EZNZNZNZWZHENZNEHEHZWEHZMEMENEWSWZH 96255250ZHZMEHZNZSSZMZHZH284326-SZHZMENEHZ E i M E l S ENE NZM 2 - - N N E E C.L WOHLENBERG WALTER LORENZEN S 2 Member for over twenty years. Newest member of the board. ss 2 President of Holstein Savings Bank. Progressive Farmer. E N ' Z HZHZH Z N Z W Z M E M Z M E Z H Z H E H Z H Z M 3 DS EZ BS EE EG E3 G3 EE BS 52 GQ E3 E5 E3 S5 EE Ei EE Bi ZZ E5 EZ ES EZ ES EZ S5 B BS EZ 55 E3 Bi EZ 95 EZ BG S! Ei EZ E5 Z Ei 52 55 Z Bi ENZHZ HEZHEMZGSEHSHZHQ B18 E EH! E H EG UFS E H E H E E-'S E 95 I I N T E B5 Z5 BS Z BS E ea 2 nw 3 N Z H E znazaeawzmzwzmz L31 GCZEQEZEQEGQEDGESQEQGEEWEZW NZHEBGZHZHEMZESEZ Z HZBSZHZHZHZHZHENZHEHZHEHZESZHZHHEHZH E La? A. P. CLAUSEN E Serving his third year on the board. 3 E SSI Z E N r: sv cm CD "1 o P1 .1 C 22' FV 9. D I' s: E cs- CD "K Q 9 H EEKIZIHIEH ZWZHZ W EH-51EB-flZGGEWS9553952HZHEMENEE41ZFK!EWEBGZHSIEZHZMEBQEHECFBENSWEWZEG 2 H H E EH Z N Z N E H E Mi 53 M Z S5 EE Sf! E G5 E EK! E IX! E GU EE H E E43 Z D3 3 Gil E G5 S KH! E 513 E H Z 95 E GS E ES E S-'S Z H 33 ES 55 H EZ EH! Z M Z B9 Z H Z S5 Z EHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZESEHZH255294235295ZHZSISZEEZHZNEWZHZNZHZH T. M. WATTS, Secretary T. E. LINDER, Treasurer Z i Q V . X, . EWZHGE ZNEHEMZNZW " 'ai X-In HZHENENZHEHZHZHEN HENZNZBSSZDE NZNZHEZNEH Y h. .sk -. THE FACULTY no as sz I 2 as , as as v 2 na 1 N 2 1 2 sa I ee 539653513 295299 : 5 2 i 2 as i na 2 i 3 as 1 N 2 1 an sa M I WERJENEWEDGEEGG WEWZHZNZHEH EZHEZHZMZEFSZNZEHIEMZNZNEHZQBQEZFXIEGGEBQZIHJZNEMZNZNZGGZNZMZSG NEMZNEMZ HEHZHZMZHEDSEHEHEHZSSZHEBSEHZHZNZHZEHZWEHZHENZHZ992952593952 M. R. SOTH,,M. A., Superintendent Social Science A State University of Iowa QZZHZNZWENZHZHZH M Z B23 Z2 IH! E BH E N Z M E H EE M 53 Bi E3 H E H EE N if H S E N Z N Z IH! 2 H Zi 96 EZ N 53 941 Z 95 E M Z Bi! EE M E W Z B28 E E?-ii Z N Z H Z Bi Z H E N Z N S ENZNZWZHZHEMZHZWE LUCY I. PORTER, Principal Mathematics, Science Iowa State Teachers College SE Q Di Di ! Z N . EWZWEHEHEHEHEHZNZ ,X 'e xv "' 1 HEIHJEMENEHENENZNZN rw -- - is E .i-fF..ii: - 1- E 53 E SER?3HEGGSEH!ZNIEHEWEWZBGEMZWESQESGESGEHEEGQWZNZ ZH2HZHZNZWEHEZHZESZHZMZNEWZNEHZWEWZHZHZ E Physical Training . . 3 E Girls' Basket Ball Coach Enghsh and Latin N Q Iowa. State Teachers College State Univefsiw Of Iowa- 3 N Z EHZNZSSZEHI NZSSZHZNZBGZNEWEMEHZWELSIEHEWENZMZHELSEEZHZW EPSZESZMRHEBWZHEHEESZMZNZHEMZMEWEHEEHEMZMZHZNZHZHZSSE Z E NELLIE R. WALTER HELEN L. MEYER 5 Z Principal Junior High Junior High ea E Iowa State Teachers College College of St. Teresa, Winona, Minn. E N Z EGEZHZPFS Z N Z Bi Z N Z N E 95 E N E H Z H E H Z IKE E ES Z H E S55 E L55 Zi l4l E H .53 G43 E Gil E 913 E Gil if ERI Z N E bil Z BG E N Z H 53 N E N Z N Z N Z N Z BS Z H Z H Z H 2552553 ENN Z W Z N Z H E H Z M Z N E H Z H ' V . 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CLAUSSEN Second Grade Band Director Iowa State Teachers College gg .--W E E SADEE GRAY FLORENCE M. STANZEL E E First Grade Kindergarten 2 E Drake University Iowa, State Teachers College E 2 D5 N Z MSM Z H E L55 Z M E G5 E E41 E H E H E EH! E H E 95 E Gil E SKI EE H 55 Gil E H EG H E H E Gi E IFS 3 H EE N EE W E E41 SE Dil E3 M Z EH EE D5 EZ 95 E 95 E IH! E Gil Z 55 Z Bi E D5 3 99 ENE 1 F N Z H Z H E N S N Z H Z H Z N E H Z N 2 H Z N Z M E N 3 N Z H E H 2 HZMZNE I I WENEHZ 1- W f -4-Sf-: , N N 2 S N H Z Z N 1 3 H Z 1 3 HERE ZHZNZNZNZNZMZHENZWZHZNZ WZHENZHEHEHENZMEHEHEM HENEME E H N Y ' M S PEARL M. KITCHEN LOUELLA M. BRINK S E Sixth Grade Fifth Grade 3 N H E Morningside College State University of Iowa 5 9553033985293 60295293398 EHETHEHEZEQZBSZGGECQE E ms ' 2 S i S E 1 H N 1 E MEMEWZHZHEHEWEHEMZWEWEMEHZMEW ZWZHZHEHZNZHEHZWEHEHENZHEHEHZ HELEN KUYPER NITA GLORFELD H 3 Fourth Grade Third Grade S S Cennul CoHegq PeHa Iowa Iowa Sune Teachms CoHege S IFS E E N NEWZ Z N E H E H 3 H Z M Z Z 95 53 2 53 95 EE E5 E5 EE G5 53 BG EE EG 53 G5 53 E6 E2 EG E3 Ei EE 95 53 55 53 E5 52 EH Z3 Bi EE SS SE Ei Z Si S! S5 53 Ei EZ 59 EZ Bi EZ Bi EZ Bi EZ Bi SZ BG EZ 552359 HZH2 H Z H Z H Z N Z N 3 N Z H Z H Z .lv ll N Z W 3 N Z N Z N Z W Z W Z N Z ZHEPI MZNZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZ ZH HEHZHEHEHZHZNZNZMZHZWEHEWZH H NZWNZNZHZNZHZNZ 1 l l l mmmemezeazamazm THANK YOU! One of the main objects in view when work 2 was started on the "Moo" this year was to 5 2 make expenses without help from the school. E ea This would have been impossible if the busi- 2 ZH HZ ness men of Holstein hadnlt given us such Q excellent support. Practically every place of 2 E business in Holstein is represented in the Eg Q feature section of this book. We, the mem- E 3 bers of the staff, extend our heartiest grati- gg 2 tude to these men and hope they have a pros- 2 E perous trade in the future. Q as Z SEWZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZ HZNZHZMZHZNZNZHZH H 2 H 3 H Z H Z H Z BG SZ BG E E Gi Ei 55 Z Bi 5 EG Z B5 EE E4 53 D3 EZ H . SE Gi 52 D5 53 H I 3 G GG gg I H E11 53 Z E3 95 ru E 3 EZ N F' 2 D8 ZZ Bi EZ Ei EZ Ei S3 S5 SZ S6 ZZ Ei EZ Ei Z B5 Z ZHZNZHZHZHZNEWZHZMZNZNZWZHEHZHZHZNZNENE , xxx w A 'N Q x -xf""nT ...:2?iW 'W -" '-'N I if e'f,l3??Z"5i -,,: ,:"' I -. if fy pr f , . at I N , x , ,, ,Z-Q4 'RWM Q, A2 'QED ' 4 Q ' Q X ,. . Q A KM, .My Alu' +L iv! , V ' L ,Q V lg Sveninrz a -- I ENZNZNZMENEHZBSEHZ HZHSHENEWZHBHZNEH WZHZHZMZHZNE HZHEHZHZNEHZ L- - --. E g Henrietta Schmidt "Henry" lg N ' N Annual Staff, Senior Class History Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 3, 4. 5 "Yanki San" 4. "In Old Louisiana." 2. S S "Line's Busy" 2. E sg N ZWZHENZNEW ui D' cp. an m E fi. l U' 5 FV' m o 5. Q. '4 E1 nu 5 FV' P ZBGZHZNZHEH ' Allen Meier "Meier" Senior Class President. EWZWZNZWEWENZW 'JI 2 S 1 5 2? no E 2, 3 Q if ro "' Q :1 90 W aj . 3 f- E-' 2. . 51 U3 E Q an s : P' 3 f: F9 "2 HZZHZH 99259235255 "If you want a thing well done, do it yourselfff Annual Staff, -Business Manager Declamatory 1, 2, 3, 4. "H" Club Basket Ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 3, 4. ZWZN H2952 2 Bl E Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "Yanki San" 4. E is Junior Class President. "Line's Busyf' 2. 3 E "In Old Louisiana" 2. S E BI " 'Tis the songs you sing and the smiles you wear, That make the sunshine everywhere." DSEWENZIHIZ ZHENEHZH S Walter Lohff "Bobby" E 2 Basket Ban 3, 4. Basebaii 1. 3 ea a "It is becoming to a young man to be modesty' NZWEWZWZN 2992952552552 Malinda Kuehl "Liddy" sg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "Yanki San" 4. 3 E "In Old Louisiana" 2. "Line's Busy'9 2. S E "Give me a mane-but don't tell mamma!" 2 H Z E Thomas Lingle "Peanuts" E E Football 4. Basket Ball 4. E E 1 Sophomore Class President. 5 E f "Who's the smartest one in school, il gzemnemmw 5 as 2 W 2 as as 2 ss z as 2 me 2 N z as Z se 2 we 2 me Z as 2 ea 2 ss 2 ee 2 ss 2 is se 2 S N sv Z 5. as if 5- Z '4 W an 2 2 ... W ':". Z .. as E ea 2 as z ee 2 na Z le 2 H 1: as :mazsszwzwz BSZNZWZNZMZ NEDSZHZNZHZ ul qv-" Mi , -..Fitz - -U N ' ' N 3 E 2 ,Lauren Soth "Sockem" Q S Annual Staff, Editor-in-chief. 2 E Football 3, 4.. "H" Club. 5 gg Basket Ball 4. Declamatory 2, 3. gi E Band 2, 3, 4. "Line's Busy" 2. gg H U3 99 nn cn U5 53. i E" H -4 an o FT P9 H HZNZWZWZNZ .-5 Q51 2 U -5 E'-rs no se 5-an 22 O Q1 CD3 WB. 9? B5 sv F HZHZNZHEMSZ New uf C3 B C1 E. E12 E-'R 3. -cs 912 5 gh, -as 97 FV' O 2"! mm :ii oe. 53:1 CI"-4 'fs D7 E PH mmm Who dares do more is none." Herman Raukohl "Rock" Z UU N m W' CD P+ U3 2- ..- F U co o US. P7 5 W FY' O -J '4 T' W 2 E 55 E Track 2. Q E "Line's Busy" 2. Band 2. 3 gg "His madness was not of the head, sl S but the heart." 3 ZNZWZH HZHZHE Helen Roehlk "Perk" Annual Staff, Social Editor. 5 Basket Ban 3. club. 5 E "Yanki San" 4. "Line's Busy't 2. 5 3 "Silence is golden, but it has no charms 2 MZHZ Ph o -s B 9 2892 as ' ll ' Y! E Harriet Bauer Tootle 3 Annual Staff, Senior Editor. S 2 Senior Class Vice-President. Bl Z H 3 Baud 3, 4. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. N 2 "In Old Louisiana" 2. E 5 "Yankl San" 4. "Line's Busy' 2. E sq "A mind of your own is worth four of Z E those of your friends." if HZNZN 2562952 Harvey Droegmiller N Orchestra 1. E E "Like la broken mirror in the sun, 3 S5 Pm full of bright cracks." N WZHZHE ZHEHZH Bernette Gebers "Netty" N Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 5,1 3 "Yanki San" 4. "Line's Busy" 2. E HZ i :s Q QI c: if 97 :s 91 P9 2 Z 5 1 "She speaks, behaves and acts just as Eg S ' she ought to." 95 HEZNZHZ HZHZHZH ME Z M Z H Z 95 Z N Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z H Z W Z. H Z N Z H Z E5 Z N Z M Z N Z 55 Z N Z BG Z 95 Z N Z N Z H Z H Z W Z D9 Z H Z E5 E E33 Z BS E H Z E9 E 95 Z l 1 . ZWZWZHZHZ SHENZHEN! 4' ,if Q ffl: 3 .Agp M - l.i i 'sv ZH EEZ 5 Raymond Miller "Tudy" 5 Senior Yell Leader. E if 3 Football 4. "Line's Busy" 2. S f "Oh tell me not in mournful numbers, E 2 That school is not a place for slumbersl' 2 ZHZMEHZHZHZ ZWZHEHEHSZHE Leona Baumann "Bony" Annual Staff, Art Editor. E Basket Ball 3, 4. Club. 3 5 "Ya.nki san" 4. S W H mswamea :T E Q C' CD C0 E K5 I5 14 D' B rf S SP. Q bf B SE ssmazeeme SWE IL' sn "3 2. D O ca Z3 o 4 cn '1 C5 nw o FP S 01. H22 Declamatory 1. "There must be a. lot of good work in him because none has come out yet.f' HESHEWEHZWENEQW EHEHZHEHZHZHE Alice Myren E "Yanki San" 4. S E "They say blondes are dangerousg you E 3 E! rn 4 cn -4 S U FY' cu F-' H I2-'G Z H ' E E 3 saaaaaeassa bf U I5 C E U1 FV' 82. F L4 O N' Q sz E1 PV' O rf zemeezuz Raymond Werner "Ray" E U2 rn U 5. "1 Q aw UI W U2 co n "1 co FF 5 m D I:- '-5 'S cn an W CI '1 oo F H E Football 2, 3, 4. Captain 4. 2 E "Line's Busy" 2. Band 3, 4. 2 z club. ss N Z HZHZWZNZHZWZWEW '52 gm n SET '55 gm HZ Cn-u 2 5 wi' WH. ,TO .:3 m 5' 3 CD N '15 ZHZHZWTHEHIHZHZ "He attains whatever he pursues." Eleanor Lohff "Line's Busy'1 2. ZEMZHE H 2 El Z H Z N Z W Z Ei E H Z H E H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z I5 Z H Z H Z H Z li E W Z N Z BG 2 li Z H Z H E H 2 H Z H Z N E H Z H 2 H 2 H E H 5 ll Z IIHZHZH f 4 1 I WEHZNZHZNEN2 H Z N Z H Z N., Z N Z N E H E H 19 ! I 45 ! ' l X Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H E ZHEHZHEHZHZ E ZW . 1 .1-'!E..1:i-1 - W' l E 1 Louella Wienert "Lulu" Q QE 3 Annual Staff, Music Editor. E 3552514 2562965 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Band-3, 4. "In Old Louisiana" 2. E "Yanki Sanf' 4. "Line's Busy" 2. 3 E "Quiet and gentle is she, E g But always ready for a merry spree." E EZWZSSZWZNEEWZB-i ZHZHZHZHZNZNZ Ralph Hartwell "Cuckoo" Annual Staff, Snapshot Editor. Football 4. 'Band 3, 4. "H' Club. "Orchestra 1. Junior Class Yell Leader. 3 E 2 "Greater men than I have lived- E S but I doubt it." 5 NME ZH! gg Zelma Will 5 E Annual Staff, Calendar. , 3 E Sophomore Class Editor. N Z H E Declamatory 1, 2, 3, 4. "Line's Busy" 2. S Z "For if she will, she willy you may de- M 5 pend upon it." S EWS! H256 sz , , M Q Virginia Williams "Ginger" 3 gi - Annual Staff, Girls' Athletics. Q 2 Basket Ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain 3, 4. S Q Glaa Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Club. 3 Fig "Linle's Busy" 2. "Yanki San" 4. E as "In Old Louisiana' 2. E ZHZHEZWZWZWZWZS-5 Uq I . Q 5 2 5 O a Q rv, 5' 5 '1 m ,ax 5 gg aw 0, m 4 o m Q41 av ' 'rm 1.4. P7 " 3 B 'Z ss Uq 2 o -4 S Q 5 rs- 5 'Q 5 m C3 2 3 lr - P 5 F-1 HZHZNZNZW H2592 Alfhild saglam "Coffee" SHENZHEN ZHZBSZHZ Irving Satin "Abie" Band 4. H E E "Genius is a matter of perspiration 2 ' i tion' sa 3 X ratller than lnsp ra . E 3 HEZDSZHZ Z H E W Z N Z H Z H Z N Z N Z N Z B9 E N Z S5 Z D-S Z N Z N E M E Gil Z D5 53 M Z Si Z 95 E N Z N Z H Z W Z H Z H Z H Z li Z H Z HI Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H EHZHZH I - -? i. + , iii-. Dell Geer "Shorty" Basket Ball 3, 4. Football 3, 4. "H" Club. Track 2. "The teachers think I am so sweet,- I have a line that's hard to beat." Clayburn Klotz "Clay" Annual Staff, Boys' Athletics. Basket Ball 2, 3, 4. Captain 4. Football 3, 4. "H" Club. Baseball 1. Band 2, 3, 4. "Linefs Busy" 2. Orchestra 1. "A good man any place you put him." WRX Q Sponsors: Mr. Soth--Miss Steele. s X SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Eleven years ago quite a large number of little children trudged their first steps to school. Oh, it was wonderful to be able to go to school like their older brothers or sisters and talk of this and that which had before formed vague ideas in their minds! The first year of school was one that will be remembered by all. The number of school children in Holstein had so increased that the rooms were becoming crowded. When we started to school the new building was already under construction, but that did not help us at the time. First we were placed in the basement of the old school building and classes were held here as well as circumstances allowed. Later we were put in the basement of the M. E. Church. The remainder of our first year of school was spent there, and we got our first taste of "Readin', 'Ritin', and 'Rithmetic" under the in- struction of Miss Williams. The second year we entered the new building. This certainly was ex- citing and wonderful to go to school in a great, big, new building. But with all the newness about us, we had to work, and did. To this Miss Dietrich was sure to attend. Back to the old school building for three more years. These years were mere continuations of the first years. Always learning something new, new studies being added, and, each year, studies getting more difficult to H3NEHENENZHZNZNENENZNZWENZNENZNZNENZNZHENZNZHZHENEHEHZWZNEHZNZNEHZHZNEHE -37 1' . 1 N . asmumeataaamaaeaaim uzuznaxzuznzusnzn , , , 2 nga as ea - - me zz 3 , , 5 E master. During these years we were taught by Miss Bleeker, Miss Carlson, 5 E and Miss Swartzendrover. In the third year Herman R. from Quincy, Ill., E E joined our class. The next year Zelma Will came, and in the fifth grade 2 Bernette Gebers and Louella Wienert joined. These three have stayed with us and helped keep the class going. Ruth Wigodsky also joined in the fourth ENE ENE Q grade and remained with us until we were juniors when she left to enter E E Sioux City H. S. E Q The sixth grade found us back in the new building for good. This E 2 class was taught by Mrs. Besore for whom all the children had very much Ei S respect. This year George Adams, who had been with us from the first S Q grade, left for Texas. 5 E The seventh year we arrived up in the assembly, that great, big room S as NZ 2 :r na "1 cu m o 3 no :s -4 cr o K4 CD N :: o. US. 1 U7 2 O "1 fn 3 N -4 o' rn U 2 cu Et ra. :s J ar :a o 2 2 :- cn 'I co FP o W o FP :r ro H E first few days and were laughed at by the more advanced classes. That did S H not bother us much and soon we were passing to classes just the same as the ns E others. The seventh and eighth grades were taught by Miss judge and Miss E S Cawiezel. In the eighth grade Lauren Soth joined our class. E E At last we entered the senior high, and were termed "Green Fresh- E E men." Others before had to take their dose of it and so did we. Many students S 5 from the country came in joining the Freshmen Class and also Dell Geer 3 E from Tipton. These recruits made the class enrollment thirty-eight, so large E 3 a class that it had to be divided for some studies. After joining the senior M QS high the pupils began taking different subjects, the ones they most cared ,E Q for. This separated them in mind but not in heart. E 2 The sophomore year was more or less of a repetition of the Freshman S E year, only we were a little wiser. This year there was great fun with hang- E as ing banners. The sophomore class came in with their share of the fun and 3 EN 2 O "1 CD FV :r cn U1 O O O :: n. 2. sa VJ U1 FP o :- D5 :x vo s -o FP :r 9. '1 'o- N :s :: CD 7 P-4 :s o c: "1 V3 O 1: ::.r 5 o "1 cn -4 cn an "1 2 o W E also gave a play entitled "Line's Busy." We discovered that a great many Q E more were capable of acting than was known, although a few, perhaps, were Q E a little flustered and stage struck. 5 E When we were juniors there were more things to think about than E studies. The greatest was earning money to give our banquet. The most of this was obtained by selling magazines for the Curtis Publishing Com- NZM ENE 5 pany. This helped a great deal and more was made by selling home-made E Q candies at football games and having a lunch counter at the Carnival. Later E E came the junior-Senior banquet. A lot of fun it was to plan and decorate E we for this big affair and still try to keep things secret. This was the greatest 2 E event of the junior year. 2 E Now we are Seniors. A great .deal of work is required of us in our E E last year. There is the 'iMoo" which has taken a great deal of work. Each 2 N NZHZWZN aaa w W 2 wo 23" m :r Kecrm Om I'P"'i U' Q 2 Q --mn: 2 ' 5 WSE aaa' -125' E05 V1 -2 Q. QE,- an: Sqg mn-5' :mm 9.4 E 'ta 'i.Q.cn m O Q O,-jg, 0... O 5 oem 55:1 35,2 mmm Sw o H H 0.1 5 f. m.43 :D-oo l'+tbF' Quo X rug-5 ana Faro 0 -nn fngfff-f ,.,U' 5-cb S-'wa S012 me :1E.'-If QD 3 H D ZHZHZN will really begin, for we will not have our teachers to depend upon to guide E our way. Experience will be our only teacher. E S The last addition to our class is Irving Satin from Wagner, South Da- if 2 kota. Eight of us-Raymond Werner, Raymond Miller, Clayburn Klotz, Har- Q 2 riet Bauer, Helen Hansen, Virginia Williams, Malinda Kuehl, and Henrietta S na Schmidt, have stood side by side for the last eleven years and with the sixteen 3 E who have joined our class in some grade or other, have made this the largest 2 and strongest graduating class of Holstein High School. E 5 -Henrietta Schmidt. 2 3 M N as NSHZHEHEHENEMENZMKNEWENEHEHEHZNZNENZMZNEHZMENZMEHZHZHEHEHZNEHEWENENEHZHZ illnherrlazzmnn mnzswszsuazmzsazmassskszmmazzszizznmseasszznuzsazznvmsazssazc ll U ,il gi zwsrxsaaeame:maLxiiarxxszfsuaznaztrams:-zlmszmam-azcmsznazairaicnm N Z N 3 H E H E N Z N E N E H E H 1 ff F 3 N Z N Z H 2 N Z M Z N Z H 2 H E ,. LA' 5-it Y -- v UNIORS EWENEHSHEHEWEHZHEWEW3H3HZW2W E F? m Q P "5 E. UQ m '1 'U m E. N D+ H 'U I , 99 "1 '1 le E c 2 3' "1 E m D UU C EP. 5 m 1 WEWEHZNEHEHEHQHEMEWEEHEHRMEH WSWEHEWEWEWEWEWEHEMENEMEWENEW N KD 5 IJ Si if CJ O Zi m . F O C 5 tb E9 2 E. D.. 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HZNZHZNZHZNZNE Z E H si Z eu Z 2 2 2 ro 2 'il N cu Z L. ee s: E E. 2 3 Q fi 'E N E E CD 2 :fr 2 E? 2 ME' 2 3' M 355 Z Hg 5 '13 N 55,3 Z 00 N gn Z Q r ea E P+ :- 2 cu 2 sf 2 Zi 2 -4 W 2 Z 1 2 -. :1 E 2 2 '1 2 at H W .E 5' S 5 ZHZHZHZHZHZHZH school life, an honor envied and longed for bv the lower classmen, and another stepping-stone to that longed for honor, "to be a Senior." We are A-sn Q ' 4 znznznzusuznmezam u ,W I, , ssexwznznxl-lzllznzus lmnznznmlzn i 1 X X nznzazuznxn no longer the "green freshies" or the fabled "wise fools" of the Sophomore N class. M 2 E The class has brains, brawn, beauty, students loyal to their class and 5 5 school, and is famous in many ways. It is well represented in every de- E M . . N E partment of our Holstein High. E SE As Freshmen we started our high school days with high spirits, "pep," E S and a determination to make them a success. Soon we entered many events E MEN H2 and took part in many projects. One of the high lights of the year was a E class party. S 5 As So homores, we kept on working toward our goal throughout E N p . . N E the year. We gave a program and also a party with the high school faculty 3 3 as our Guests. 3 N h . M 3 gs Now, as Juniors, we have our goal but a short distance from us. Our 55 3 race will soon be done. We have now only to put forth our best efforts to if N win it-to reach the goal, Shortly after entering school last fall the class H 2 2 S T was organized under the very able band of leaders already named. Much E E co-operation and willingness to help out class undertakings was shown by S 3 gg everyone. 3 2 sa E There were several events of interest: the selection of class rings E 2 which resulted in the beautiful ones which now adorn the hands of the E 2 uniorsg a ma azine saleg and an interclass basketball tournament which as g 2 E was intensely interesting to everyone. In the girls' contest our girls ranked E 5 second and played excellently, as also did our boys. S E On December 21, the junior class entertained the high school at a 2 E program and party for which the "gym" was very appropriately decorated E N in red and green, and the sta e bore a large Christmas tree. The first part Z x g l ea E of the program was a song, "Romeo and Juliet" and the second, a play, E 2 "The Toy Shop," which created a great deal of fun. was well received, and E H ver successful. Then all guests were presented with a favor, after which Z z Y se E the grab-bag presents were distributed, and refreshments served. Ei E In February numerous candy sales were given and the motion pic- Q E ture, "The Flaming Forest," put on at the "Scenic" for the benefit of the 2 3 class, greatly increased the amount in our treasury. 3 In April of 1927 the junior class entertained the Seniors at the annual 2 junior-Senior banquet. Much time and energy was expended by each junior E 2 in getting ready for the event and we hope and have every reason to believe S E that it was the mostsuccessful banquet in the history of the High School. E E Much of the triumph and success achieved by the junior class was S E due to the help and good advice of our sponsors, Miss Kratz and Miss Water- E z . as M house, and we sincerely thank them. 3 E --Paula W. Arp. 2 HINIH E H Z N E H Z W 2 M Z N Z H E N E N Z N Z M E N Z H Z M 2 M E H E H E H Z N E H E N Z N E N E H Z N Z H Z N Z H I N Z H E H Z H I H I H Z H ZHZHZ NZHZWEHZHZHZHZHZNZHZH: 2 H Z M Z W 2 H Z H Z N Z H Z 'LC' it-, i l e .gal 'Q' x X , i ir .l ' x Z H Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H 5 ZNENENZNZHZHZHZHZMEMZZ ENE ZH HZWZHZHZWZHZHZN E E UI 5 af N 'IJ 'X 0 3 x- gf 5 vw, O 2 5' 9 Q 5 E a ? Q.. 9 Q 6: 2 Q-X E -. xg 3 43 St o as M C Cj D W ru F : U2 "1 5' w ' o N :1 zwawaaawawawanaa A story of the juniors dear, eezwzwzw wmmwwzsmwz E Q.. 4 CD 3 97 D- CD 5-' CD B E SE- B 'U 'U '1 fb 3 '4 F-95 hi Yi semmemwaewmesmasmeezeezw For nothing less than what we are. Our enrollment now is just nineteen, And a more "peppy" gang, you never have seen.. We have them large: we have them smallg Each ever ready to answer his call. ln tournaments this year and last, WZWZNZNZNZNZ H 1 :r Q CD '1 C-4 "' rn E .-. 5' E? 3 cn D. v-f v 2 1: 0 Ke Q 2 e .Q E. 5-' 3 5' CL 1 N 'Q E .-, " :s R4 Q oo Q we o Q. hx. CD -o EHEHZHZHZHZ Leave it to the juniors. They know how. Blessed with lots of vim and "pep," E P- U7 M -Q CD m ar rn "1 U3 5. Q. CD 2 so 3 Q FP Q -1 K4 FY :r CD -4 Q "1 cn 22 :a 5' H ZHZW D- : Q. 5. Q m 0 S2 II P' P9 o 5: FP :r m we m C "1 2. '4 m 5' 5 9 NEW? NZM 2892 Our history past has been complete, 2 Our many accomplishments hard to beat, E E And as the Senior class next year, S a , . 2 E Well carry on our bright career. E EHZHZHZHZHZHZHZH ZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZ E : Q E N I 3 H N E ZNZNZHEMENSMENEMEMEHZMZNZWZMZHZHZMEHEMZMEHZNZHZNZHZMZHZHZHENZMZHZHEHZNEW HZNZH Z N Z H Z E?-S E H E W E H E N E N ,R ,, , I Q , fir Y' E N E N E N E N Z N 3 N Z N Z N NEWER ZMENZNZNEHEMEHENEWZHENEWSWE ZHSWZ EHEHZHZWZHZM HZNE NENENZHEHENSZNZHSHEHEHEMEHEHEHEMEHEHENEWEMEHENEMZWZWE 2 SOPHOMORES H H ZHZN HZ 5 FIRST ROW-E. Sindt, L. Rice, V. .West, E. Rothfork, G. Roehlk, M. Ehrp, G. Rice, 2 E R. Stratton. SECOND ROW-F. Wehde, V. Raukohl, K. Soth, G. Seglem, J. Krager, 5 E L. Galvin, B. Bochrnann, V. Leonard. THIRD ROW-V. Sindt, L. Helkenn, G. Weede, M 5 F. Kolb, E. Gosselin, F. Lorenzen, A. Kuhlmann. FOURTH ROW-K. Untiedt, W. E Q Moeller, A. Paulsen, R. Flanagan, R. Mitchell, A. Bagenstos, P. Williams. E 39028413 05203305 E 5 E Class Officers P13 E President-Kathryn Soth. E 5 Vice-President-Frances Lorenzen. 3 S Secretary and Treasurer-William Moeller. E ENEWEWE HEHEHEM Sponsors-Miss Sellers-Mr. Anderson. sz as N 3 Q The Chlvalrous Sophomores. Q is mi Z ... 5 5 N Y' m D o o' co UQ 'S o C -o O sn 5 co FY o F? :r co o o C "S F? o 'B I o U1 F? 2. D I UQ ::' U7 o 'J' o o ... sn '-3 Q- W Z petitioned the king fMr. Sothj for admittance, which they readily gained. S E They, then, began preparation for their great careers. This first year gave 2 3 is E 2 ' Bi XE N Z N Z H Z H E H Z H Z E I H Z H Z H E H Z BS 52 96 EZ 99 EZ SS EE 55 EE 95 53 Di EZ 90 EZ B5 EZ ES EZ 56 Z S5 Z 95 SZ Bi EZ BS Z SS Z Si 5 99 E Bi EZ B5 Z ES Z W EZ BS EZ E836 HZHZHIZ E E ii S Z E E iii' 123- I .Wh y ! y' E E E E E E E E HZHIHII E them courage. For, when their Sophomore year came with all its prospec- 2 E tive thrills, they were considered very chivalrous. Q N When their honorable sponsors, Miss Sellers and Mr. Anderson, called S ZHZHZHEHZN ZHZNZHZHZ a meeting of the ladies and knights for the purpose of organizing, they chose Kathryn Soth Queen of the Court and Willie Moeller and Frances Lorenzen as attendants. This noble class of ladies and knights were prepared to overcome S the obstacles of life. This was shown to a great extent and to the satisfac- 3 Q tion of their division of the court, when the ladies won the inter-class basket S E ball tournament, carrying off the honors of the day. Later they overcame Q E the English class demons and were rewarded with a party. E NINEH H W2 After some debating as to where they would celebrate their holiday and the nature of the holiday they were to celebrate, they decided to spend g the day in the woods reveling with nature. And, although the way was dif- Q E ficult, their carriages and horses made the journey a pleasure. The festival Q W following this holiday was enjoyed by all members of the class in the castle E HZHZHZH :- E.. ft 295 :' G5 :x : S? 9 aff cn U7 :R o 2 N U- 5.0 f-+C :rs 2 ...He '75 U m cnrn mm pw ,-+P? rc S m 5 m Q m 13 U3 ES? nan. 5. Q. o 'S Ui 'o "1 rn aa Q. so W ... ... FY FP cn 2. :s W 22595512 blanket on Mother Earth, these noble ladies and knights secured a "bob 2 sled" and a team of unusually well-trained palfreys, and, as a change of 3 N - i. ,, - 3 E entertainment, had a modern bob-sled party, after which they returned E 5 to the banquet hall fNord's cafej where they enjoyed an excellent supper. E ln the expression tournament Cdeclamatory contestj the knightly E E sophomores had the honor of being the best represented group of the court. if na ZW O : "1 If "1 P? :- c "1 2 O :s T "1 U7 FP -o N O CD 5. FQ- :r FD O 'S N FP O 1 0 E cm "1 O s: 'U 52. O UI 2 -4 "V: 2. 5' 2 CD ca. cn- -4 H E Frances Kolb and Evelyn Rothfork. Verna Raukohl was in the dramatic 2 E group, and Kathryn Soth and Gladys Weede represented us in the jesters' E pg class. 3 5 On the 10th of February, the Sophomores entertained the court at a E E knaves' thard ,timesj party. Gay were the costumes of the ladies and wild E at the costumes of the knights, as they came to spend the night in revelry. S E The hall was decorated in honor of St. Valentine and was gay with the E 2 dance until past the eleventh hour when a bounteous repast was served by E 'Q the Sophomore ladies. E Q The ladies and knights of the Sophomore class are remaining faithful E lf to the court of Holstein High, and as they entered, so will they leave it- 3 E victorious. And well and chivalrously will this class maintain the fame de- E E sired by many. u E E 4 -Loretta Galvin. E z M E ' S gg 3 EIHIHZHIMZHIN I H 3 H 2 H Z H 2 H 3 W Z H 2 H 2 N 2 M Z M Z H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z N Z W Z N Z E5 Z N Z H Z N E H Z N Z H Z N 2 DB Z 95 I ii I H E H E H I HHIHIHIHIHZHZ EHZWN E W E N E N E N E N E W 3 N E W ' V I 1 Q!! ,ill 4 fl 4 ' 1 X H 2 H E H E N Z H Z W Z H Z H E ZHEHN EHEHZWE EHZWEHEHZWZHZHEM MEMENZHZHZHZNEHZHZHZNZNEW FRESHMEN N HZNEEHWZHZWEBGEMEWEHEMZH NZ?-SZESZH HZEHIEHZSQZHENE 2583 EWZWE M2952 53 5 2 N Q E E FIRST ROWv--WH1. Van Hemert, G. Neubauer, H. Schell, W. Bayer, E. Groepper, M. 2 3 Gaughn, C. Conover, L.. Reinders, W. Wzckey, N. Arp. SECOND ROW-R. Duster, L. gig E Schroeder, A. Jackes, G. Hansen, H. Goettsch, R. Walker, M. Schmidt, H. Kuchel. E W THIRD ROW-D. Flanagan, M. McGowan, C. Leckband, E. Goettsch, C. Lorenzen, 3 E13 G. Sindt, S. Sorensen. FOURTH R.OWr--L. Goettsch, E. Kordt, E. McDermott, D. Sindt, N B512 ZW F. Scnuldt, M. Paulsen, R. Ruser. FIFTH ROW-HO. Schroeder, L. Hansen, E. Madsen, N C. Butcher, K. Conover, R. Mattlin, C. Hansen. SIXTH ROW-AL. Wiese, E. Will, EZ E G. VV'GI'l16l', K. Witt, C. Kiesling. S E W' E 3 Class Presidentewilliam Van I-lemert. 2 E Vice-President-Kenneth Witt. N 2 Secretary and Treasurer-Norma Arp. E W Sponsors-Miss Porter-Miss Aeilts. S ENZH NZM FRESHIE ENTERS HIGH SCHOOL 2 es E Freshie carrie in as fresh and green as a vegetable from the garden. E E Tle taxi driver left him at a large building and told him that it was the Q E school house. But such a large building, could that be the school house? 2 E lt looked like the Woolworth building. The door was open and Freshie E E stepped out of the car and, walking up to the entrance, went in. All along 2 Q the hall stood people. Some looked good, and some looked bad, to Freshie. 2 E Some looked old and some looked young. I-Ie was afraid to go on and, 2 E thinking no one had seen him, he hurried back to the door. "Ho! Freshie, gg: NEWS E H E H E N E W E N E E Z Z 3 Z Z H 3 S5 Z G5 EE DS EZ Bd ZZ BS SB E6 SE E5 SE Ed EZ Si S3 SQ SE BS EZ SS SE Sd 53 Bi EE E6 53 Ei EB Bi EZ S5 EZ Ei EE SS EZ Ei EZ Ei EZ 95 EHZH , .. . 1, zuzuznznmeauzwxesx 4. ' ' ammznznznzusnzuz -is P+- E . . . - -, "' E H M I WZHZHZHZNSHZH :: vo :s o :r rn FV' :r o s: W :r if-Q no : Q. co 4 rn : 5 o 'X na .o E . o E ec FV :r an :1 FP :r cn 3 "1 U1 Fi' 3 E3 5' 5 cn Fl' C "1 :S cn un- HEHZHZHIHZHI holding his head high. Thinking alternately of the red and black socks which his grand- mother had given him for his birthday and how wonderful the folks at home 2 thought he was for going to high school, he walked down the aisle of stu- 2 5 dents and teachers. At the end there was a stairway leading upward. He 2 E asked a little boy standing near, "Where's the Boss's office?" "Prof's of- E 2 fice is on second floor, the third door down the hall." So this is where S ZNZ ZH Freshie went. He knocked on the door and a man came out who showed E49 him the way to the assembly. There were two large doors flung open wide. E gs Freshie was afraid. He peeped around the corner. As he did so a burst of Q E laughter rang out. Freshie almost fell over. He slumped back. The next S 5 thing he knew a. very nice lady with gray hair was trying to pick him up. K E He smiled and stood smoothing his hair with one hand. The lady led him S 5 to a big desk on the east side of that big room. After he sat down he felt E Q better. The lady went to the front of the room and said: "Will every one E S please fill out the papers on your desks and see your teachers?" Freshie if E supposed the lady with the gray hair was a teacher so he went to see her. g S And sure enough she was a teacher, Freshie's teacher too. She told Freshie E all about algebra and general science and sent him to another teacher, the 2 E English and Latin teacher. Everybody was leaving so Freshie did too. Q E As the days went on Freshie wasn't so green any more. He knew a E E little about going to classes and leaving them. He knew students from 3 S teachers and various other things. Then one day he heard the Freshmen 2 E were going to have a class meeting and of course he wanted to find out 5:5 E what that was. Well, he found out. Everybody was as quiet as if it was S E school-time. Then that nice lady got up and said that officers should be E E elected. Freshie didn't get an office and, if he had gotten one, he wouldn't E E have known what to do with it. E E Not long after that, the president called a meeting, and, getting up E 5 at the head of the class, he told them all about a party that he and some E E assistants had decided would be a good way for the Freshmen to get ac- E E hquainted. This party was on the Saturday before Hallowe'en. The "gym" was S E decorated with pumpkins and cornstalks and all had a very good time. E W A :r CD 'I CD E N fl! o :s co F9 :T :a W F7 :r m FY T '1 0 fn :r cv F'f :r o 1: W :r FP' 2 N V2 N 2 '79 E. 52' 3 CD an T co 4 an '1 Y o- o Y :r no Q. Z E to eat with agirl. Freshie said he didn't want any lunch but changed his 5 E mind when he got the prettiest girl in the class. E 2 Freshie is still a Freshman, but he isn't so green any more. He knows Q E all about high school and in three years he will be a senior. He is used to E E the big school building and doesn't miss the little red school-house so much. E :I-Izumi W H 3:1- NCD "Ii .."""" O ,,,... vc- O m 2 32 fi 913 ,ina 'Fm .v 3 '3 O s: Q- O ."'2 '11 "1 .FD U7 ::- CD N :s D- 'ri "X CD Ui 5 CD-. I In U1 :- Q N 3 -o E 'U E, Le o. an 2 :s ... o. ' UQ CD Fi 2. :x UQ HZHZH HSN!! Z H Z H Z H E N Z H Z H Z H E H Z H Z N E H E H Z H 53 H E5 H Z3 M 23 M E N Z3 N E3 H E G5 E H E3 N 3 H Z SS I Ei I El 5 Ei I I II Ii 5 Bi ll BS I! li SI Il E ll ZHZHZ f 2 3 K X 1 W X Q f -fl- V W Wailea I , LSKZ- jj if KA f Y., Q 4 ! 'H ' " - 1 X Z' 3 N 1 gp? Q x V 43' 4 Q" 5' ' QQ y Xxx gl -1 K 4 :if 5 T xi:-'Ria ga J , E I5-nf' Q H Y Q W un ,' .I E. rj 1 I2 ' T W V 9 2 Q Z B15 Z N SC W E N S N Z W E N E N E N FY ' '4 12'- V Z H Z H Z N E N Z H Z N Z H Z H ZZ 2 --.zL- -e Z 5 Eg -. 2 ea M Z EIGHTH GRADE Z ZSSZNZNZHZWE ZHSZHZMEHZEPSZ 4 N Z 1 3 N ' N Z L 53 N A Gi E L 2 N Q 94 ZNZNEZNEWZNZNZNEWEHZNZEG ZNZMZNZNEZHZZHEHEEMEEHELSGZM Q E 5? E e N J' 2 Z - - N N FIRST ROW-C. Bergman. M. Hem, V. Drake. B. Schuett, M. Soth, H. Strlcker, M. Wehde, G. Schroeder. 2 Z SECOND ROW-E. Sindt, F. Johnson, I. Myren, J. Galvin, A. Petersen, H. Hueschen, E. Madsen. N N THIRD ROW-E. Christiansen, J. Porterfield, E. Ericksen, O. Crane. TO Pf0. Enicksen, G. Micheel. 2 E N ZHZHZNZNZHZNENEWENZNZHENENZHENEZHEHZWZNEZWZNZWE HEH3N2NEHZiMZNZNZH2NZMZHZNZMZHZHZNZHEBSEHZHZNZH SEVENTH GRADE E FIRST ROW-E.. Bochmann, D. Hunt, H. Rnehlk. D. Carnes, M. Hansen, J. Putnam. SECOND ROW- Q X W. Jackes, K. McCrea, L. Hansen, M. Agnew, E. Kuchel, A. Wiese. THIRD ROWfO, Barnard, H. Munz, N N B Buckley D Ehrw N Satin, D. Borchert. TOP-C. Wood, M. Watts, L. Schmoldt, K. Miller, E. 3 lrirlurf, F. Wileke, Ig., Buinann. NZB-SZHEHEH2D5ZNEHZNZiHXNZNEHZHENZNZDSZZBSENZNZNZMXHE519299259355ZNZNENENENZDSENENZHZ ZW HZ ummm 3 na 3 sf: 2 as is as sa ef: zz 1:41 is rxz 52 9:1 V. I . will H 1 l l I iii . ,L ' ff fi, 4. f ,y I 12. :ra is rm 2 as 2 es 2 as sz as zz sa S Hams GiCiEHED-113HED41EiWESQEGilEDilEWEWZWEWEEWENEGHPEHEIXIEDUEDUESCKJEQ 2I2-52E25SEW2Nl535513Elil520552H53D52QSEEMEGGEZNZESEMEZDGZNEWEDGEIXGZGSZ SIXTH GRADE H ig 3 , N GG I3 E lst Row-R. Hatch, E. Wilcke, M. Clausen, R. Agnew, E. Will, E. Indorf, H, Gottschalk, R. Bower M. Van E Hemert. C. Hamil. 2nd Row-Z. Stolley, G. Ehrp, W. Stricker, M. Sacquety, G. Claussen, R. F'ick, M. Loh- N W man, R. Haas, M. Kiesling. 3rd Row-H. Dahms, H. Christiansen, V. Ericksen, A. Bayer, W. Nord, W. 3 3 liricksen. Top--M. Sorensen, W. Kelley, B. Bauer, E. Petersen, L. Eicherly, J, Porte,-field' R- Kroll' G, Giese, M G 'W IE Q FIFTH GRADE N M IIC 3 Z 'YW' "YR N Gil f E ENEEQJEIHED-220112HEDQZDGEWEWEEWEWEWEHEHEHIEEWEGQEHEW GQZMEHEHEHEHEHZHEMEHEMENEMEMEHEHZMEMZHZHE N E FIRST ROWfD. Mattlin, F. Steen, D. Brechwald, P. Jath0, D. Wieben, Nord, D. Carnes. SECOND gg 3 ROW-C. Armiger, M. Thielmann, H. Hoeck, R. Dancker, J. Morgan, L. Paulsen, P. Ehrp. THIRD N L21 ROW-D. Sami, W. Mercer, J. Dahms, L. Moeller, G. Steffen, G. Fritz, M. Threde, F. Tiedemann, 2 C. Bachmann. TOP-L. Joslin, I-1. C.ax'k, F. Kroll, A. Fritz, M. Ewoldt, J. Friend, L. Eicherly. EWil353EG13ZBGEHEE55EHEH2FEHEIHIZU-llENEMlEW3WENEWEHEIHIEHHQHENZKHEHZHZWEHEHXSSEHEHENEHESQEHEL'-3 EGG H2 935320951 2 G5 E D41 53 N E E-G E Gi Ei Dil E H E 9:5 I 1 ff leg, 'fm' I A1 , ph, 4. X X N E H EZ N EZ H Z N Z N Z H 3 H Z LYJEDACW WEEKNEWZHEDGEWEREWEWEREWSWEWEWEBGEGGEGGPENZWZII-GEHEWEE 539522KIZHEHZHZMEHEHEMEZHEMEHEHZHZHEMZMZHEMEMEHEHJE FOURTH GRADE W 'i H" 2 E FIRST ROW-K. Clark, D. Stolley, N. Utesch, D. Kieslimz, A. Beyer, H. Wilcke, A. B. Sapp. SECOND S 3 ROWfB. Bauer, M. Munz, W. Wickey, D. Schroeder. H. Stratton, G. Wehde, L. Munz, THIRD ROW- M M V. Brodersen. P. McCrQa, M. Stewart, M. Sandrock, L. Lohff, H. Clark, W. Johnson. TOP-E. Rathert, 3 53 NV. Ringsiad, E. Kroll, L. Schmoldt, L. Johnson. M izcfnzcmrsazzsuissazcnazsnms-122:41zcaszrmzzNam229115394155sazzmazwisnafssezwzmlzmszwazoaz T535 52956 f F S 4 .ff QA: F5 55: 3, FQ? QUE! Emi :oi ug' I . Er? 565 if S Fw .4 S f-' -an QPF: Pl. ' cc 33' - If 5 555 avi? QF? 2:55 fm: :weavesaamazcmnfazznazzrrsznazfraizmicemamas:easzrrazfhaszaezeasztraizsxmcamaazersazsrnzca THIRD GRADE EHEHEMEHZHZE15ZEHIEDGEIX1ENZNENEDGEHZHZWEWEMEEWSEERJEDGSHES4153B11EHEZIFSZGHEHZNEDSEZNEZHZHZNZNEM EWEWWSWSHSNEWEWEWEWENEWENENEWZNENEHENEWEHENEHZH NZM?NZM?HENEH2HZHZNZH2HEHZMZHZNZHEHZHZMEWZWENZN ' I EWZWELXJENEWZBQEHESQSE N ' ix EQEWENENEHZNEHZHZH ,xi E D5 5 A 351 ga L-135 ln,- SECOND GRADE 3 FIRST ROWAE. Raabe, F. Schroeder, H. Witt, A. Nord, P. Soseman, I. Drake, E. Wehde, L. Lohff. 55 W SECOND ROW-L. Hermecke, G. Hansen, D. Sullivan, M. Dahms, R. McCrea., D. Mattlin, D. Petersen. 3 E THIRD ROW-L. Hansen, M. Ringslad, P. Fredricksen, H. Godbersen, S. Halversen, M. L. Mercer. S EEXJEHENZEXJZHZHZNENZHZWZNZWEGGZHIEGQEHESGZWEWEWEWSDG MZGGZHEZIXIEEliEHEHZHZDilENEHZHEHZHZHZHEHEHZHZMZHZHZ FIRST GRADE I 2 l as B41 l 3 gi FIRST ROW-D. Carnes, G. Brechwald, W. Sindt, F. Brodersen, J . Schlecht, Z. Hoeck, G. Hamil, S E F. Steffen, H. Goettsch. SECOND ROW-N. Threde, P. Lemke, K. Madison, E. Pick, A, Kuchel, N gg E. McDermott, l-'. Jess, Jr. TOP ROWiJ. Ki-ull, D. McCrea, F. Schlichting, D. Munz, M. Jackes, M. 3 E Inflorf, G. Joslin. B15 993 23 E15 Z LPG E N E H EE Eli ZZ B'-il E 9-13 Z E41 S H 2 Ei E H E L55 Z3 H E Gil EE Gil 2 EX? EE Di! E Gil E H Z H E N Z H E3 S-5 E H E Fi Z Gi ZZ N E N E N Z H! 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Evers, EL' E5ZHZHZB41ZNZHZNZHSNZZNEWSNEW205350299EWSWEWZWEHZWEWEWENZHZHZWENEWEWWEL?-'GENEWESWEWEGGEWEWZWZN213LESEEHIEZWZEHIZEHZEHIZEFSEFHZNEEHZHZH SZ H E Hi E B41 E3 G5 S H E H Z EFS E E43 E L55 Z KH? E EEG E B-11 E D41 Z H E. LH! S L25 2 G11 E G3 E H 53 E41 E3 E3 E EH! id W E N E 95 E N E BS Z Bi Z H Z H Z E6 E Si Z H Z H E ZNZHZHENE!HZHZS-flZMZHZHZHZWZHENEHZW2552852952HEHZSSZHZHZHZNENZMZNZB-SZNZHZHZHZHZWZHZBISZMZHZHZMZHZHZHEMEZ-NZNZHEHEHZWZH I ZHEWZNZNEWZNEWEWE EWENENEHENENZN NE 2 ...il ,?- f WITH THE GRADE PUPILS 7 , X A Q- .1-A x T29 QUQN '31 ,f -' 1 fA Q km V f ps?" SWK 4 In Af- Aw M Q 1 S9 X ri! I. I KRW I f 6 Vw R K fgx D 5 Q i . K H' 'e' xx A353555 I L' , 1' 1 .Arg " v x K, , Q wi Q L 2 .QQ ,s ' g..-ev X .ds 4 ' 1' 1 1 ' I ' 'ln -4- -N. l Q A ' .4 -Fr' L' N , . a:-,,,.,.- lx' X - Qx , Y-.V F . ' ...,. 1. . -XL - Q9 K ,af ' QE f W Rthletrw x ix S ,, - ,A E- l .1 O HERE Z3 H E H 53 as 3 Gs is Ex! E M 53 M E H ffm V F ,, I f E W E W :E N E N 2 N 3 N E H Z N WZWZ WEWEHEHEWMEMEHENEWENEWEREHEWEWEHEWEWEWEHEWSHEWZHEHZ ZHZHZHZWZHEHZHRHZMENEH5HENEMEHZHEHENZWENEMEWZNEHEHZ FOOTBALL N LCVVER ROW-Kuchel, Klotz, Hartwell, Werner iCaptainJ, Hueschen, Paulsen, 3 E Schroeder. SECOND ROW-Armiger, Miller, Raukohl, Meier, Doyle, G. Werner. gl E THIRD ROW-Buell, Sorensen, Geer, Soth, Lingle, Hansen, Goettsch. TOP-Coach M 63236423 ZH299 Anderson, Will. E Raymond Werner f"Ray"J, Captain. Tackle Q on "Ray" played tackle and filled the position very well. He frequently 5: E got through to break up the plays of the opponents. This is his last year. 5 fa John Kuchel f"Jack"J, Captain-Elect. End and Fullback 22 ENEW MENS HEWSWZHEWEH 2 FIU' C su mm H- V, on ev- a-QFT' Q N UQ? fb -'II lm I ': Orb :Oo CIW ,,-.' m D-:::m"Qg :N m a1q5E' I 'W IQTQ-4 fx "'E.--:rm : 3 -!:f+ Q.CD Egovg SZ 5-oJ:m 3 5-137' ...Ugxr s: go 'oz ,Q- Q Z. 'U "' cz. 5?-., 994, FQ an I3 mg 3411 :sn mg' 0-E. Bo -U5 Nm QW from wrr 2.3 25' :tru 5 23 -IUQ :.- in Q... :s M40 m 0 V ....,-, gg!!! W 5' 1 3 to . 3 :L 35 ao Qs- 3 ff.-f Q 29' I UQ 2. su Eau, 53 gpg 31 UQ 5- .12 5.52 as ZIIIPT 0 CL EWEWZHZWZHZ ENE NZM "jack" played end on defense and, toward the end of the season, played fullback on offense. He was a hard smasher and a good tackler. keep him from playing next year. Lauren Soth C'Sockem"J Quarterback E "Sockem" played regular quarterback. He was good on end runs E 53 and in receiving passes. He graduates. rs Q Allen Meier Center S ra za H O '1 CD PP :- N 5 F? :r CD CD .Q : E o '41 KD 4 CD "X -4 o :z CD o "VB :- M o -o -o O :x cu :s F? in 2. KD '1 2 so U1 N UQ O O ca. E W tackler, frequently tackling a man for a loss. He will be missed next year. 3 E Dell Geer qushortyvy Half Back 5 sq A good' tackler and receiver of passes. He was out a part of the E E season due to a broken collar bone. His last year. S MZNEW E H E H R H Z N E H E M E Z H E H E H Z H E E GS E3 B5 EE PG 53 G9 E3 EG EE GG 53 DS E3 GS E3 Bd EE DG EE 93 23 GG 53 DG E G5 Z 95 EE BS EB G5 ZZ 99 53 GS EZ Bi EZ Ei ZZ 55 EZ Ei ENZHZ znzasnznaaanaazuz ll' l ' ' O zazaanauxnznznznz Mi . "' W ' f' IHIH r? if I I X N ZHIH 1: :z H me E Claybum Klotz f"Clay"J Half Back E Q His dropkicking was a factor in several games and he also was adept E 5 at hurling passes. During most of the season he called signals and directed E E the team very ably. He graduates. E 3 Herman Raukohl C"Rock"J Quarterback E 2 "Rock" substituted at quarterback. In the Nloville game he tore off 2 E two good runs. He will be lost by graduation. E 2 Alfred Armiger Half Back 2 S Though he did not see much action this year, he fought hard when he 2 5 was in the game. He should make a valuable man next year. 2 Q Arthur Paulsen C"Speck"l End S E He frequently snatched passes for good gains. He caught one when if ix: over the goal line in the Washta game, making the touchdown which won the E EWEWZW ZMZN2 game. He has two years left. Kenneth Doyle f"Conan"J Tackle "Conan" played regular tackle and would usually break through to E get at the ball carrier. He has one year left. S E, Ralph Hartwell f"Penny"J Guard and Tackle Q He started late in the season at guard but was later shifted to tackle. Q E He often went through and "smeared" the enemy for a loss. He graduates. E 3 Orville Schroeder Guard E 2 Though playing his first year, he played a good game. He should E H make a good lineman next year. g S S Leroy Hansen C'Lee"J End 2 S This was also "Lee's" first year, but he showed up well in driving E 3 H Z 'U sn K4 U7 ... D FP o FP :r co T 3 9' cb 3' ro U3 FP :r 'S ru na sc no :n 'X U7 ... rn "Ui F ZH E Raymond Miller C"Tootie"J Guard E Q Late in the season "Tootie" got into the game and saw service in the 3 E last three games. At times he worried the opposition considerably. He will 3 graduate this year. M E Thomas Lingle C"Peanuts',J End 5 S Though he did not see enough action to win his letter, "Peanuts" ' M 2 fought hard when in the game. This is his last year. EQ L' Gordon Werner Guard E E Werner substituted at guard in several games. He should be an asset Q 5 to the team next year. He has three years left. E 2 William Sorensen f"Bill"J Guard E E The eight semester ruling cuts "Bill" off this year. He fought hard E pg in the few games in which he was substituted. E THE SCHEDULE Games At Home E October 8 .... ..... M eriden . ........... 3g Holstein .... .... l 6 E 2 October 29 .... ..... M oville ............. 255 Holstein .... .... 0 E 2 November 5 ..... ..... L ake View . ......... 134 Holstein .... .... 1 2 as 2 November 19 .... ..... O debolt .........,... 213 Holstein .... .... 0 E H Games Away E october 2. .. ..... smiimand . ......... eg Holstein .... .... 1 o E u October I5 .... ..... K ingsley . . . .... 75 Holstein .... . . . . 9 2 E October 22 ...... ..... A lta . ........ .... 4 3g Holstein .... .... 0 E E November ll .... ..... W ashta . ....... .... 7 3 Holstein .... .... 1 3 E E November 25 .... ..... C orrectionville . ..... 12g Holstein ............. 3 E 5 H H 3 SHZHENZNZNENZHZNZWZHEMEMEMZHEWZHZNEHZNENEHZNZNENZHZMZHRHIHEHZHEHIHIHIHIH , 337 , ' N ENZNZNEWZWZNZNENZHZWZNZHEHZMZHIHZHE Z H Z ff NH 'tm f-r H 2555 2225281 3 O. ,.. O.- E ' 'rw 91'8W'-3 '55 as wiv? Q-:s"f'2e+fv 2 -va.-sg..-. .SUQQCD N are :EJ 3 ewes? 2 '1 50-0 :O5'2hi-og H 202,233 2.517 "' 5-' E CCNV,-1 Q' ofjor-+20 1:-.. V' mcg-gOo:'D" E ?i:.":g." 1"3m5f"Ol'f , ar--Us. as-mea-E.a - FP -9552 -fgsgwaa :1-cu,,,Q,rv gan: gram 5 mngmo 3 D'E'9i""k4 E 5-5-O -we 6 310 Do Q k m U 1 n - E11 Btn H m Q :gm , 3 0 W E B"1OgNfpa.-Q S 0-.Q-DQ. mme gvzmg 0:12 3 g2Ei'g:o5f Q 2suW:qmm:,...,aqn,::.-.,Q.g ,xl :"1:+UQ2E-- UQ ...:r A .-.f'D05'5"""'i2U" Quo p-3 4 :r"":. 5':"Qmo.U,,, Q I 1, an-532.-i3CoK4m -3- . -..gE,vQ:-:Sm Fmggeg W 5' .,,"'Q.53f, 25-eg... un '-'U-I-o-o cn eww L11 n'oo:,',TQ'5-o:'Z"'fZQ5'-- 5 esfw---49"'w:1a' ei"Om gy -r N O D H m 5 Q :tau m m C 22.f-fC1-mcofl Q5 3,2 -9-.cn-'ziffm P'-'-U,2"'o'Sf,o'-'5"z 1-v "' .... "t?.5'2 4B:ifc.2',S:,O H M O G N ' A 5 1 2O"'U:'i-5 eww: Q. :rise-" cu EDN 'O H --fo - s --we-. so W.-52 326 asa 2 m -.g N -.0 m.E O A 5 ' 1-r H5 Q 5' .-v..4 5:9-5'Q.' an-Ummgmo 5 mm' r'-'03--gm 536000 gnonviof 223,52 'ig-Q9 NQ. W - 5' -va 53 cp"'og- 5' " 05'-+ H E590 ?"C"2u?: E OH F1 ab..-1:-:H N erm? --"Q.D"""' sz N 5 Q N w D Q Q R Q N "':s ww-1 cn D- UQ 0 ,459-,1 E D--x,-3 -1 H, N 3500: Ssgeasm a 1-rs '-':1?O Q-CDACDY,-rfb: fi? N E N E WEHZNZNZNZHENZHZNZHZHZHZNZMZHZHZHZH NZM ENE around riht end on a trick play for a touchdown and added the extra point M with a dropkick. gg Q In the final period Smithland made two good end runs and completed 2 2 a forward pass for a touchdown. They failed to make the point after the 2 N touchdown, so that the game ended with the score l0-6 in favor of Holstein. M WZNNZN ZMZZN Meriden Game The second game of the season was a home game with Meriden on October Sth. Holstein was out for revenge, having been defeated twice by N Z 5 the Meriden team the year before. The locals started out well and were con- 2 E tinually down in their opponent's territory and in position to score, but could S not put the ball across, until Klotz's toe gave the home boys 3 points by the dropkick route. In the second quarter Meriden made 3 points in the same NZM 232 5 fashion, making the score at half-time 3-3. S E In the fourth quarter Holstein opened up with the forward pass and E as secured two touchdowns, one on a long pass, Will to Geer, and one on an end E E run by Klotz following a long pass from Will to Geer. The final score was EE E 16-3 in favor of Holstein. 3 E The ends played a good defensive game. The team showed a great Q E aerial attack, completing 8 out of I3 attempted passes. 2 2 Kingsley Game W 5 On October I5 the boys journeyed to Kingsley. The game was hotly con- E 2 tested throughout with honors about even. During the initial period gg Q Holstein managed to get a touchdown but did not add the extra point. Will E 5 was taken out during the second period due to an injured arm. Kingsley E N scored a touchdown on a pass in this period and added the extra Point. The E WEN ZNZ score remained 7-6 in favor of Kingsley until the closing minutes of the N fourth quarter, In this period a costly fumble by a Kingsley back saved the 3 E day for Holstein. Taking the .ball from their own five-yard line they worked 5 3 the ball down the field until in position to score by a kick. During the last 2 2 few seconds of play a dropkick by Klotz placed Holstein in the lead and the is 5 game ended 9-7. ee 2 The passing attack of Holstein was not very good, but the line showed S 2 a good defense. if E Alta Game E N In the game October 22 at Alta, the team suffered the first and the 2 WZWZNZH FY :r U5 :- 97 -1 Q. U3 5 N U3 Ei :s UQ o '72 U7 ss: :x V7 o :s fb su :x Q. 2 G '1 f' Q. cn '95 cn so 9? 0 Q. U X4 sn V1 0 o '1 co o F93 -ae- cf' F7 ZWZHZHZ worst defeat of the season. Soon after the game started Alta scored a touchdown which took all the fight out of the boys. Holstein could not stop NE Z H Z H Z N Z N E N 3 H E N Z N E H 3 N E N E H E M E S M E H E N 3 H Z H E H E H E H E E H Z N Z N Z K SE 55 Z 99 B 98 Z 95 Z 95 E BG EZ 55 EZ 55 E65 1 . 1 'J u .s :wme emwmamammgqg N., HZHEHEHBNBHEHEHZN A .. f - Ng I mg- - --.- Moville Game E Moville came to Holstein October 29, and administered another defeat S z to Holstein. In the first quarter Holstein outplayed the visitors, but in the Z E second quarter they got away around our right end with two long runs for if 2 touchdowns. They added two more in the second half, one by a pass, the 2 W other by a smash through the center of the line. The final score was 25-0. if an E' sw w CD 55 CD 2 G5 D E 9 2 2 x 2 The hardest' fought game of the season was played with Lake View at S 2 Holstein on November Sth. On the second play of the game, Will broke 5 LS through for a 70-yard run, being downed on their 10-yard line. After a series 2 N of smashes Will carried the ball over for a touchdown. Lake View came back sa E strong, securing a touchdown and also the extra point. The half ended 7-6 E Z in favor of Lake View. In the third quarter they secured a field goal. At S E the start of the fourth quarter Holstein worked the ball steadily down the S E field and Soth went around left end for a touchdown. The dropkick fornthe S 3 extra point was blocked. Lake View then secured another field goal putting 3 E them in the lead. ln a final effort to win Holstein worked the ball down to S 2 Lake View's 10-yard line. An attempted dropkick was blocked and the game 2 N was soon over with the final score 13-12 in favor of Lake View. N Washta Game 2 On Armistice Day, at Washta, the team met stiff opposition. Holstein E H started a passing attack as soon as they got possession of the ball which put Z 2 . , . M me the ball on their opponents 8-yard line from where, after several smashes, E EN O an "1 Il. cu ca. FP 23" na U' as Z o 4 cn I" -I :r cn "I nn Ph cn '1 ns cn -0: sw .... ... rn Q. FY o nu ... ... o 2 rf 'J' cn Q. "1 o 'ca Ei o F "f: o ... ... o 2 I H E ing the touchdown, claiming that the ball did not touch the ground when S kicked. In the third quarter Washta scored on an end run on the right side. S z They added the extra point by a smash through center. Holstein added an- 2 N3 O P+ D' CD 1 P+ O E 0 Cl' CL O 2 D E Er' CD W 5 E. -O E m 1 P+ m H O D 93 'O 95 m m E O F? N FF O T N E. m CD D N 5 D- FP 'J' CD 2 E extra point was added by a dropkick. Will went out early in this period with S Q a broken leg. Final score was 13-7 in favor of Holstein. The passing attack 5 E was again used to advantage, both touchdowns being the result of passes. N Odebolt Game. Z 3 eu 2 On November 19, the last home game of the season was played with E E Odebolt. A strong wind kept the ball in Holstein's territory during the first E we quarter. ln the second quarter Odebolt showed their only offensive power 2 E of the game and put over a touchdown and added a point with a place kick. E ZW C-4 s: U7 rf O' CD 'B O "1 CD FP :r CD :r fi. 'D CD :: cz. CD Q. III 2. U7 FP Q. :s 2 O '1 sr CD n. FP :- CD o- N I CD FQ' CD N n. :z K4 1: -o FU' :r CD C2 CD ... P' FP :J- cn H Q half ending with the ball in Ho1stein's possession on Odebolt's 30-yardline. Q 2 Neither team could gain in the third quarter. In an effort to win the Hol- at E stein boys resorted to passes in the final period only to have two of them M 2 intercepted and made into touchdowns. Final score was 21-0. S gil: Correctionville Game E 2 On Thanksgiving Day Holstein played a hard-fought game at Correction- M E ville. ln the initial period Holstein rushed the ball down the field within g 2 kicking distance of the goal and K1otz's trusty toe came through with Hol- E 5 stein's only score of the game. The half ended 3-0 in favor of Holstein. E N During the third quarter both teams held their own. In the fourth quarter a z E Holstein back accidentally tripped a Correctionville player due to the muddy E if field, giving the latter the advantage of a 25-yard penalty. With this ad- E Q vantage followed by a pass Correctionville put over a touchdown. Later in E g the quarter they intercepted a pass for a second touchdown. The final score E was 12-3 in favor of Correctionville. H SEWER H 2 H Z H Z H Z H Z W Z H Z H Z H Z M 2 H Z N E H SZ H Z H Z H Z N Z ES I DS Z F5 E D8 5 H Z D8 EZ BS ZZ ES B B5 I Ei I Ei Z Ei Z Ei E Ei B I5 Z Bi 5 ll ii HNZH W ZWEHZH E N E H E M E H Z N E H Z H E H 'L MMI! l. iii i my I Z H E N Z N E N Z N Z H Z W 2 N NZNZNZ2 NEWER HZHZ BASKET BALL as 2 - ' M 3 , , , . if W , ' - , ' A it , , N 2 A A 2 A A T A o - A 2 sa g , ai :3 zz SHENZHEN 25652945E541EHENEEHIESGZNZZFSEHEHEGGEHZNZ 5525592952992 2952952MZHZMZMZHZNZNZNEHENZHEHZ E BASKET BALL SQUAD Q gg FRONT ROW-Geer, Armiger, Soth, Lingle, Raukohl, Roehlk. BACK ROW-1Lohff, N 2 Klotz, Captain, Paulsen, Doyle, Kuchel, Huescheng Anderson, Coach. S 541251154652 ZHZHZN REVIEW OF SEASON E The '26 and '27 basketball season started immediately after the foot- 2 Q ball season was over. About twenty men reported for practice on Monday, E Q November 29, but the squad was soon cut down to twelve men. The men S E were soon in good shape under the coaching of Nlr. Anderson. Hard luck 2 E seemed to come from all sides. At the first of the season Will and 1Geer E E were out due to injuries in football. About the middle of the season when is E Will was able to be back Hansen went out, and Kuchel was forced to quit ggi E on account of a broken arm. A little later Arthur Paulsen cut his wrist E E badly and had to turn in his suit. Considering these things, Holstein in 5 E winning five and losing five games, outside of the tournament, has had a 2 E successful season. ' Q EPS Z g-.5 The class games were played on December l, 2, and 3. The Sopho- 3 E more boys defeated the Freshmen by a score of 21 to 8, and the Senior boys S IX! defeated the juniors by a score of 15 to 3. In the final game the Seniors 5 ZNEHEHEMEW 2 3. :T m N o FY o E U3 O o '1 9 CD cn 4 ro "3 92. o PV: P+ :r cn "1 CD UQ E. m "1 2? "I U3 F0 U7 FP E. :s UQ B CD :2 2 CD "1 cn :x O FP 5. HZNZNZHZWZ had an easy time winning from the Sophomores 22 to 2. The first game of the season was a practice game played with the town team. After a hard-fought game the town team emerged victorious NEW 2 N 2 H Z M E H Z H E H EE 95 3 5 BS EZ 95 ZZ 95 E! 53 Si 53 BS 53 E5 5? SG 5? SQ EE 95 EZ E5 EZ 55 EZ Ei 53 B5 E3 ES EE SS Zi Hi EE BS EZ E5 Z Si EZ E6 EZ SS 53 DS 53 Bi EE E8 EZ 59 EZ BS EZ Ei Ei H HZ 1 1 3 ,gfni ll eu E 5 :I 3 E the high school line-up. The high school team put up a great fight con- 2 E sidering the material which they had. Lohff and Untiedt showed up well E E for the high school team. S Q The first regular game of the season was played at Ida Grove on S December 10. This was a hard battle although the score would not indicate S E it. Holstein had hard luck in basket shooting, both on free throws and E E field goals. The final score was 30 to 6 for Ida Grove. E 2 On Friday, December 17, Lake View came to Holstein to go down Q W to defeat. The first quarter Lake View showed up better than the home W 2 team but after that Holstein completely outplayed them. The final score E E was 21 to ll in favor of Holstein. E E Holstein went to Battle Creek on january 7, with the idea of re- N E peating their last year's victories. They were sadly disappointed because the Q S Battle Creek boys were simply too good in their basket shooting. They S E would throw the ball from any angle and in any manner, apparently, and 3 2 the ball would drop through the ring. The final score was 44 to 17. E 2 On january 14, Galva played at Holstein. Both teams played hard 2 5, the first half but neither team seemed to have the edge over the other. The Q Q score at half time was 4 to 4. Holstein was very inaccurate at basket shoot- 3 3 ing during the first half. During the second half Holstein showed good H E floor work and basket shooting and soon had a comfortable lead. That the 2 2 defense of Holstein was very good during this period is shown by the score 3 2 book. They allowed Galva no field goal and but one free throw. The final 5 2 score was 21 to 5 in favor of Holstein. E S On january 18, Holstein went to Aurelia and won by the score of 2 Q 20 to 12. Holstein showed good team work but would usually lose the ball S 2 after working it down under the basket. The score at half time was 8 to l. Q Then Holstein broke loose and scored until they had a safe margin. Hol- 2 E stein guards worked very well. All of Aurelia's points were made on long E S shots during the second half. sg E Holstein went to Storm Lake to play Hayes Consolidated School on E E january 22. This was a good fast game all the way through. The close 2 Q guarding by both teams caused many long shots to be made. This proved 2 N advantageous for Holstein as George Will got "hot" on making them. The sg E ' first half ended 7 to 4. During the second half Holstein showed more team N E work and dropped in more baskets. The final score was 23 to 13 in favor E E of Holstein. 5 E On january 28, Battle Creek came to Holstein with the idea of re- E E peating their previous victory. This they did after a fairly hard-fought E E contest. The Battle Creek boys were too rangy for the local quintette. The if 2 score at half time was 20 to 9. A new referee started officiating the second Q half and consequently a better brand of basketball was seen. The Holstein E boys started out with a bang the second half but could not keep up the E E pace and were defeated 43 to 25. E E Q H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z I! Z H Z H E! H E li Z H Z Bi E H E N Z H Z Bd Z H Z N SE N Z BS E H Z H Z H Z N Z E5 Z ES Z H Z N Z H Z H 2 H H 2 H Z H Z H Z H , I7 flfli.. 'ill I EHZHEWZWZNZHENZHE 5 ' N H - HZHZHEHENEIIIHIIIIE I I E li.-., E lllllilll 4 :- CD Vi 90 O 3:1 Q'-ri v-QCD 23' 55 242' D3 X455 CD Q--+ mf? :r mi '10 QF 035. 3:3 0:2 U--1 cffl FP OS Oo. E. Q3 53 2:1 cn. US.. 1-+0 ON -'E U3 5.5 Q: Q... 2:3 :x FP IE? H... 5.4 co-9' ZHZDIZH second quarter. The half ended 4 to 4. Then the boys opened up and made 3 a few more baskets. The final score was 10 to 6. The big game of the 3 2 evening between the Holstein and Galva first teams was close during the 2 E first half, but the team with the most endurance finally won out. During 2 the third quarter neither team could forge ahead. Then in the final quarter Holstein opened up and soon had a comfortable lead. The final score was N 24 to 15. H E On Friday, February 11, Holstein received a severe drubbing at the E E hands of the huge Ida Grove quintet. After Ida Grove had Holstein 11 to 0 3 Z N FP FF :- CD CD :s ra. O "VS P9 :r CD T '1 U1 FP .Q x: N '1 FV' CD 'S FV' :r CD S O E U7 O : F! 'U D3 K4 CD D- FP :r CD 3 FP :1- "! O r: UQ :- O x: FP P+ :r CD Z E entire second quarter. The score at half time was 15 to 8 in favor of lda S E Grove. The' entire second half Holstein could not get started. The size of 3 E the Ida Grove team made it very hard to work the ball down the floor. The 3 5 final score was 44 to 13. S E The last home game of the season was played on February 18, with E 2 Correctionville. Holstein started scoring first and had a small lead at the 2 ss . . . . M z end of the first quarter. During the second quarter, Will, our star running 2 E guard, was put out of the game on personals. This took quite a bit of "pep" S 2 out of the boys. They managed to hold their own through the second and ' S E third quarters but could not keep up the pace. Score at half time was 10 E E to 10 and end of third quarter 15 to 15. During the last quarter Correction- E ll ville made several free throws and forged ahead. Jorgensen, Correctionville 3 S standing guard, made several long flips from the center of the floor, which S N HZHZH WD' S m llJ'U O m pn. F9 Ego '03 226' DN NF? will o Q2 w w 'DR' 2 n. ,QF m N -'LE' 8 w N 2 0 m -.m I3 FP -nf!" m m 4 O'-va aa Ov-r v-0:0 m on on 3: 0 Q 9. SS' I3-1 CCL :go - m mr-r UQ S m O H: FP 5' 0 IHEH Ida Grove Tournament 5 Holstein went to the sectional tournament held at Ida Grove on March E E Sd, 4th, and 5th, and their first game was played on March 3rd, at 8 o'clock H if P. M. with Dow City. This was one of the hardest fought games of the entire S N tournament. Holstein did not start scoring until Dow City had made a 'free 3 2 . . . N 5 throw. Holstein managed to pile up a four point lead by the end of the 3 N first half. The score was then 13 to 9. Immediately after this Dow City got 2 S "hot," and soon had a four point lead over Holstein. Then the home boys 2 E buckled down to regain the lead. The score at the end of the third quarter E E was 21 to 20. At the start of the fourth period Holstein made several baskets E 3 to get a nine point lead. just before the final whistle blew, Dow City got ll two long baskets and a free throw. The game ended with the score standing 29 to 25, thus giving Holstein the right to go into the second round to meet mazu P+ 23" CD O D- CD O' O : P+ CD N E1 umm 3 This game was played at 4 o'clock on March 4th, This was an inter- I 3 S esting game, but did not have the punch of the previous game. The local E E boys had things their way entirely. After getting a poor start during the if E first quarter, the Holstein boys got warmed up and made a better showing E M during the rest of the game. The final score was 31 to 12. z HIHEHZHZHZH IP '45 FP CD "I 2-4 Q:- -JO 5 2 W : ...E :Tm Ulu-an 4-+:s 5,-'Q 05 sm. O- fi? M- gi C3 9'-o DS Sw Wa. W3 .gm 3 3'5 :YJ -pn- sw r'f ... :goo Eb OC 35. 4:-r co:- SE SN CDO Q'-1 2 39' IHIHIHIHZHZ ll ll I H Z H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z Di Z N Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H Z Bi Z H 2 H Z HI Z H Z W Z N Z D8 Z N Z H Z N Z N Z N Z H 2 H 2 Bi Z H E H E ll H score prettyfegularly. The local team put up a strong fight but this did not help them against the huge Ida Grove quintet. The final score was 41 to 14, thus giving lda Grove the sectional championship in Class "A", W E N Z H Z H E N Z H Z H Z N E W if Z H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H 3 J. WZWZHZHZNENZHENENZHZNZWZNZNZNZ ZHZWZNZHZHZHZHZHZHEWE EHZHZNZZH2N2NEWZHZHZWEH2H2HEHEHEHEWZHZHZHEMEWEHZHEHZ + - -li. .,, GIRLS' BASKET BALL E N E Z N N FIRST ROW'-Klotz, E. Hansen, Wehde. SECOND ROW-Bauer, Baumann, Sindt, E 3 Faden. THIRD ROWeRaukohl, Miss Sellers, Coachg Williams, Captaing H. Hansen. 2 E M 5 Ti' E 5 REVIEW OF TIIE SEASON ' 5 S Town Team and High School. S Z ' ixi gg The town team game was the first one of the season. Although the Eg S town girls put up a good fight, they did not have the endurance to last E through the game. The quick and accurate passes of the High School girls S E were very good. They defeated the town girls by a 39-23 score. S Ida Grove at Ida Grove. S E Nlr. Sheppard refereed this game and called the violations very close. 5 3 During the first few minutes of the play, neither team scored, but at the end E Q of the first quarter lda Grove had a I0-5 lead. 2 as N Z '-l :r CD U7 CD O o :: Q. .ci s: as 'K FP 0 'S UP FY so "1 FY cn n. o s: FY 2 :. :r 5 O 'I CD 2? UU :r PY 99 :s o. 'fi sn U7 F? F2 o o 'S E o "1 F H E but Holstein was Stiii iiiiabie to take the lead. The first half ended with 9 S E points for our team while Ida Grove had 20. 2 E The last half Holstein had a different line-up at the forward and E E guard ends. The scoring was light for both teams, Ida Grove making 9 S E points to our team's 4. At the final whistle the score was 29-13. This was E N quite an improvement over the game last year, Ida Grove defeating us, then E amawzw -P ? 5 :amazes NENZHENEHZHZNZNENZNENZWZNENZNENKNEWEM2HENZMENENENEHZMXNZNENEHEMZNZNYHSHZ . 0. znzuzuznanauzixmaa ' - ' ' zwmeasiznzuznznsuz 5 s - - ' ii : 'i 'F' - I u -' H Z 1 Hayes at Holstein. E The most exciting game played by the girls this year, was with Hayes 5 i Consolidated. The game opened with each team playing a very good brand S gf of basketball.. Holstein made the first score and kept the lead until near the -E E end of the half, Wehde making most of the scores. Hayes had a very good 5 5 team, but Ford at forward was the outstanding player. H The endurance of both teams made it necessary to fight for every E point. With but three minutes left to play and Holstein in the lead 23-21, 3 2 the whistle blew for substitution for Hayes. The game was resumed and E E Hayes made six points to Holstein's two, making the final score 27-25 in 3 favor of Hayes. 2 3 E Battle Creek at Battle Creek. E A very close game of basket ball was played with Battle Creek jan- E as uary 7th. The first quarter ended with Battle Creek having a one point 2 2 lead, 6-5. At the end of the half our girls were still one score behind 13-12. if Q The third quarter, Holstein girls began to get warmed up and play real 2 E basket ball. The passes were decisive and floor work fast. The third quarter E 5 ended with Heiereiii leading 22-16. 5 3 WZ i Q FP :- Q F UI F? .Q s: an 'S FY fb '1 I N Q ar O E N :i Q. 2? Q Q. FP U3 Q o- Ui U PP' Q P+ 0 Q. P91 o "I 5. B VI N :s Q. 2 Q Faden. Our girls were unable to make any more points, while the Battle E 2 Creek girls rung up three, making the final score 22-19. E E Klotz starred for Holstein making six field goals and one foul goal, 5 E while Lampe made the most points for Battle Creek. E 2 E Union Consolidated at Holstein. E ZWZHZNZNZ HZHZHZHZ The Union girls displayed a fast and "peppy" team, but were unable to overcome the excellent passes and basket shooting of the Holstein team. The local girls scored on nearly every opportunity, Klotz making 31 points and Wehde 19. Thompson starred for the Union team. 3 H 5 At the end of the half, Arp substituted for Wehde, Sindt for Williams, 5 Z H Soth for H. Hansen, Kolb for Sindt, and Raukohl for Faden. Q The second team played well, and should prove valuable assets for next 2 E year's team. A E E . 2 Q Hayes at Storm Lake. Q E The return game with Hayes, though less spectacular, was very inter- E H esting. The Holstein girls were obliged to put up a fast passing attack to 2 seized aizsaaeazadaed 5 D "2 UE. D O PB Cn 'U 2. I3 I-9- 9' OJ 'P N SO iemezeezuawzedmaa overcome the Hayes team. The first quarter ended 10-10, but the locals then jumped in the lead and the half ended 20-17. Ford, an exceptionally good player, made 23 of her team's 29 points, while Wehde starred for Holstein. Holstein won the game by a narrow HZ HZHENEHEHENEMEMENZNENENEMZHZMEHZHEHEMZNENZNEN2HENEMSHZNZHEHEHEHEHEHIHEM NINENENEWEHZNZWZN ENENZWZNZHZHBHEHZ ZHZHENZHZHEH HZHEHZHZHIHE Battle Creek at Holstein. The game was fast and hotly contested, the outcome not being cer- E tain until the final whistle blew. The local girls took the lead in the first E S- quarter with a 5-2 score, but at the end of the half were leading only 10-8. E 3 The girls began scoring in the third quarter, but did not get a comfortable E Q lead until the last part of the fourth quarter, when the game ended 24-15. E 3 N 2 Q Ida Grove at Holstein. 2 2 as E The Holstein girls opened up with a flashy offensive and took an early E lead. The half ended 13-8 in our favor. In the third quarter, Williams and E E H. Hansen were put out on fouls. During the last half lda Grove improved 5 S slightly, allowing Holstein only five points to their team's eleven. 2 E Wehde tossed in a basket for Holstein but the referee would not allow 2 E it, and called two fouls on Ida Grove for over-guarding. The goals were not 2 E made and the game ended 19-18 in favor of Ida Grove. E N 2 Q Correctionville at Holstein. 5 E The Correctionville game was the last home game of the season. lt E E was an easy victory for Holstein. They substituted freely and the second 2 E team players showed up well, scoring almost as easily as the first. if 3 2--s N The local girls defeated Correctionville 37-6. The latter team made 3 a . H E one field goal and the other four points on free throws. E M E El E Tournament at Sac City 3 5 At 7:30, Friday, March 11, Holstein met Hayes for the third time this E ZWZHZN2 HZNZHZH season. Hayes started out with fast and furious team work and at the end of the half carried a three point lead. ln the last half the Holstein girls came back with a strong defensive, E the guards keeping the Hayes forwards scoreless during the last half. Wehde 3 starred for Holstein in field goals. The game ended 34-18 in favor of Holstein. ZH I 2. U7 FP 9. :i 12. 95 K4 0 ca. W W F5 2 O O '1 Q O rr 5. PV :- 0 U7 O 5. 2 :t E. U! M so f"Y :: '1 Q. D 14 3 o "1 E. :i QQ H :r 0 H so 5 local girls did not begin piling up scores until in the third quarter. Witt starred S S for Battle Creek, while Klotz made 14 of the 24 field goals made by Holstein. E E The lda Grove and Holstein girls played the final game Saturday night. 2 E The first quarter proved rather exciting, Ida Grove leading only 5-4. Sindt S S substituted for Williams in the first quarter. At the end of the half lda Q E Grove carried a 17-12 lead. E E The second half, the local girls began to get "pepped up.". Raukohl El? 2 played a wonderful game at guard for the locals, while Arp proved her ability E E as a player at side center, getting the ball from Evelyn Hansen's tip off nearly E every time. The game should have been H-olstein's as the ball was down to E 2 the Holstein girls' basket most of the time, but the forwards were unable E E to make their shots count. The final game ended 35-26 in favor of lda Grove. E 2 N :semsmememeaMalamsmamaamizmawawmezsamemaaw3aaMasmseaismsasemsmsmammesmsxnznzaszg Artinitiw I ZHZNEMZHZHZHENZHZ NZHEHEHZNZHENEMZN .. HZHZNZNZHZ HZHEHZHZHZ i , - + -. HIGH SCHOOL BAND N H Z 4 ,H M 3 N N HZHZH HEMEH 5 A S N ' ' ' 54 sz I A fi! N A , mg' ' ' , ' H E . ,AL. 3 NZWZ HERE N H 3 E 5 M 3 S N M 3 Z W IH 'Z E H E WZWZW EHENZHZHEWZW EMYHZHZNEHEZHEHZNE N HIGH SCHOOL BAND 5: E Director, Conrad Claussen. E E President, Raymond Werner Sec'y and Treas., Lauren Soth. 2 S Librarian, Helen Hansen. 3 E Solo Cornet: Lauren Soth, Arman Buettnerg lst Cornet: Virgil Ericksen, Al- E E fred Armigerg 2d and 3d Cornets: Carlton Hansen, Louella Wienertg Solo 2 E Clarinet: Ralph Hartwell: lst Clarinet: Gordon Micheelg 2d and 3d Clarinet: 5 E Henrietta Schmidt, Maurine Wattsg Soprano Saxophone: Evelyn Hanseng Alto E is Saxophone: Irving Satin, William Sorensen, Erivan Madsen, William Van as E Hemertg C Melody Saxophone: Orville Erickseng Alto: Kenneth Witt, Herbert E E Hueschen, Irvineus Myreng Baritone: Harriet Bauer, Arthur Bagenstosg Trom- 2 S bone: Clayburn Klotz, Clarence Lorenzeng Bass Horn: Otto Hueschen, Ray- E N mond Werner, Snare Drum: Helen Hanseng Bass Drum: Louise Ewoldt. .E NZM ZW The Record of the Band of 1925-26. sa ze S The district band contest of the Iowa H. S. Musical Activities Associa- 2 E tion was held Saturday afternoon, April 24, at Danbury. HoIstein's only op- 5 zz ponent was the band from Sargeant Bluff. Both schools played the marches M E designated as contest pieces, 'AOn the Mall" by Goldman, and "Barnum and E 2 Bailey's Favorite" by King. The Holstein band was easily superior to their Q 2 opponents and won the decision of the judges. In addition to the marches, E E the Holstein band played "L'ArIesienne Suite, No. l" by Bizet, and "Dainty 3 as Maid" by M. H. Ribble. S we a E On May 8th, the band went to the state contest at Iowa City and took 2 ZZHZW 2 H E 5 M H 2 2 o H 5 E Q 2 6' 2 r. 5 3' N CD 2 35, N m Z Z H 0 5 :s H Fi Z U N N E EL Z Z E' 5 5 5 EF 2 se N :fs EE H N E :r g M N S- 2 o W o Z ? N Z M Z N Z N Z H Z N 2 M Z H Z N Z N Z H Z HNZHZ ZHZHZHI sn kc ff' -.JP 'DB Ba -+G' OE. Q ff' 'DE v "5 1 -10 tif. NVQ F -43 li Q5 lf!- mm cn-1 'K se .I ,Dm 312. ! p cum UI'-4 .I 0 0 "'f:s H 1 :IZ 'Dru .,n- 1', me "': O H ES ta QCD Quo -no :J P' 2' cn "1 na US.. 4 cn D IHIHIHZ gwzwzswzssxseasemema 721, 1 f Ph - uzuzuauzuxnzuxwzn :z ' 2: N ll u an E ' -' 2 This fall, December 9, 1926, another concert was played at Turner Hall. Q if It was given to raise money for the purchase of uniforms. The following 3 E program was presented: 'Q E PART I. 2 E "Colonel Miner's March" .................. .... R osenkrans 2 as "Golden Crescent"-Overture ........................ ..... M iller ig 5 "The Pals"-Cornet Duet ............... ' ............. ...Barnard N Q Lauren Soth and Arman Buettner E "My Maiden Queen"-Waltz ........................... ...... S kaggs E "Loyalty Day Parade"-March .............. .... R osenkrans E "Just A .Cottage Small"-Trombone Solo ..... ...... H anley S Clayburn Klotz. 3 z Q "Songs from the Old Folks"-Grand Selection ...... ..... L ake 2 N PART Il. N E Selections by the unior Band. E 2 2 N PART III. M S "True Blue"-March ................. ........ K ing E E "My Tuba Solo" ............................., .. .Southwell E I Otto Hueschen 2 E "Boreas"-A Northern ldylle' .................. .... T renkans H 2 Saxophone Solo .............................. ........ I .... E E Irving Satin. 5 5 "Lustspiel Overture" ................................ .... K eler-Bela E me Specialty-Popular Number with Dancing ............. ............ 3 E Evelyn Klotz and Evelyn Hansen. gg Q "Lieutenant Santelmann's March" .............................. Rosenkrans 2 ZWZW NSN! Besides giving the concert, the band made its appearance at the play, E "When A Feller Needs A Friend," given for the benefit of the M. E. Church, 2 3 and at the program on Christmas night at the Turner Hall. eu Q The band has been making its usual progress under the direction of S 2 Mr. Claussen and will enter the district contest of the Iowa High School S E Musical Activities Association at Schleswig, this spring. E N ----- I E "YANKI SAN"-CAST OF CHARACTERS E tg Yanki San, the Princess ...................................... Evelyn Klotz s E San Fan, maid to Yanki San ................................. Helen Hansen E S Prince To To, father of Yanki San .,..... ...... L eona Baumann 2 E Princess To To, mother of Yanki San ..... ..... V irginia Williams E x High Chancellor of the Court of No Man ..... ..... E velyn Hansen 2 E Prince Oto, son of the Mikado ............. ......... H arriet Bauer ll Q Prince Ton Ton ............................................ Louise Ewoldt E E Twins .............................................. Norma and Paula Arp E Q Six Maids-Verna Raukohl, Dorothy Sindt, Irene Gebers, Charlotte Stratton, S 5 Beatrice Bochmann, Laura Faden. S M Seven Princesses-QSisters of Yanki Sanj-Alice Myren, Gladys Weede, Mar- 2 tha Paulsen, Kathryn Soth, Frances Lorenzen, Henrietta Schmidt, Wanda Wickey. 3 if Ambassadors of the Mikado-Helen Roehlk, Corrine Leckband, Lavina Helken, Q 5 Alice Kuhlmann. 2 3 H N 8 ENEMEHZNEHZWZNENENZHEHZMENENENENEMENZWZHEMHZNZN3NBNZHEHZHZMRNZNEHENEHSNI SHN E N Z N 3 N Z N 3 H 3 H E N 3 H ,. ."i I-592 1, fill I 1 . I . . ll X V N E N Z N E H Z N Z N Z N 2 H E 93295K EWEWEWEWENWEWEWEWEMQWEWEWEWEWEWEWEHEWEWEHEWEHENZWZHZW HEMEHEMZWZNZMZHENEH2HRMENZHEMENEHEHZHEMEHEHEHEMEHEME GIRLS, GLEE CLUB E Director, Miss Aeilts. if E Sopranos: Helen Hansen, Louise Ewoldt, Irene Gebers, Bernette Gebers, S S Leonore Schroeder, Gertrude Hansen, Annie jackes, Edna Gosselin, Kathryn Q E Soth, Virginia Williams, Laura Faden, Jeanette Krager, Malinda Kuehl, Henri- 5 .ic etta Schmidt, Louella Wienert. Altos: Paula Arp, Norma Arp, Kathleen W E Conover, Marjorie Ehrp, Dorothy Flanagan, Loretta Galvin, Evelyn Hansen, E E Mildred McGowan, Martha Paulsen, Myra Schmidt, Wanda Wickey, Gladys E 2 mas: E CD 0 D- 9' em 5 District Musical Contest at Danbury. S E The Girls' Glee Club entered the contest at Danbury, Friday, April 5 E 23, 1926. They sang the contest selection, "A Celtic Lullaby," by Robertson, S 5: and "Esmerelda," making a very creditable showing for their high school. as E First place was won by Danburyg second, by Aureliag and third, by Schleswig. E Q Other schools in the contest were Battle Creek, Glidden, Sloan, Mapleton, S Q Scranton. E as -'-- E E In the fall of 1926, the Glee Club of about 27 girls organized under Q 5 the direction of Miss Aeilts. Helen Hansen was elected secretary, Virginia S E Williams, librarian, Harriet Bauer, pianist. E W 5' FY D' tb Q ro to .Q C U' FQ D' tn 03. 2. U, m '1 no 3 o F? o :1 hi FY nw C UQ 5' ff F? O Q. 3 U9 as D Q. 5' C cn 3 C ff. o Z E but special stress is laid on expression. Everyone is working particularly E E hard for the contest in the spring. E Q An operetta, entitled "Yanki San," by M. L. Harding and V. M. and S E C. R. Spaulding, was given March 9. The cast of characters is printed on E WEMEWZ E N E H P9 E 33" W m E 13 H N Z UQ MCD Ez: 52.2. H D E UQ Z5-' w -. E W M 3 H E H Z H E M E H E H E3 G5 53 E5 53 D5 EQ 95 53 95 53 93 EE 95 53 95 SE D6 EZ Si 53 S5 EZ BS EZ S5 EZ Gi EZ B6 EE 56 EZ BS 5 B5 EHZHZH l fr 4 ' " zuzuznznzwauswxaz 1 ' i- -D S- I zuznzusuznznzusuz K J- ' uzuznznxn , D' Vi. .fl 1 X nzlmuznxu U3 C FJ 1-1 P T' E 'E H N E Junior-Senior Banquet E zz E ,The junior-Senior banquet was given in the high school gymnasium, E E April 30, 1926. Tastefully decorated in red and white, the senior colors, the E gymnasium presented a very attractive appearance. Fifty-five were served Q at tables arranged in a hollow square in the center of which was a ship called 2 E "Pirateer." The pirate idea was carried out in the decorations, menu, and E 2 programs. Six freshman girls dressed in pirate costumes acted as waitresses. 5 Q After the three-course banquet had been thoroughly enjoyed, Helen Hansen, E E acting as toastmistress, extended a welcome to the Seniors. In his response E john Haas presented the "Key of Success" to the president of the junior class, Helen Hansen. Other speakers on the program and their toasts were: HEHZ NZM! E A'The Treasure Hunt", Miss Porter, "The Key," Dorothy Peterson, "The E E Treasure", Mr. Soth, "Senior Class Prophecy", Lauren Sothg "Memories", E E Erwin Zeman. 2 E After the banquet tables were set aside, the rest of the evening was E E spent in dancing made doubly enjoyable with an abundance of serpentine and toy balloons. WZNZNZNZHEHE ZHZHIHZHZHZH High School Carnival , Under the supervision of Mr. Soth and Mr. Anderson, the "H Club" put on the annual High School Carnival. lt was held in the high school building e-mesa O :I -ri E. O- SD 24 Z O 4 CD B U' CD "1 N 9 snare E A large crowd of people attended this carnival and declared it a success Q W in every way. E 5 Many new features were brought in this year which were enjoyed by E E everyone. Among them were "Boxing Matches", l'Ye Old Fashioned Tea E S Room", 'iTrip Through Hades", "Beauty Parlor", "Fishing Pond", 'lCandy 2 E Stand", "Siamese Twins", "Fortune Telling", and "Police Court". lg Q Several boys from the Freshman class volunteered to box for the aud- 2 E ience that evening, and it proved to be a real battle from start to finish. E gli? The home economics dining room served as the old-fashioned tea room. E 5 It was beautifully decorated in the high school colors-orange and black. 2 The "H Club" girls with the help of Miss Waterhouse managed the E kitchen work and serving, very well. E E The menu consisted of sandwiches, pie, cocoa, milk, tea and coffee. E E The room for the attraction, "Trip Through Hades", was well arranged for E 5 giving plenty of thrills by Ralph Hartwell, john Kuchel, Willie Moeller, and E na Mr. Anderson. E E The "Police Court", a new feature, was very exciting. Anyone disturb- E W ing the peace was taken to court, where a small fine was charged, or fifteen Q NEWER E H E H Z H Z N E H Z H Z H E N Z N Z N E N E N E H Z H E H Z M Z N Z N Z H Z H E N Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z M SEEN -iw 5 , ...qv 1. aiawaneawmmwzsmmzm it x y ' ' -1 aiafsmsmwmamaancimcianu w ,ZA 1 y ' f sem-a X X maze HZ ZH N E E minutes in jail. Raymond Werner, as judge, and Allen Meier and Otto Huesch- 2 E en, as policemen, filled their positions very ably. E 3 . H The profit made at this carnival was turned over to the Athletic Asso- E HENZHZHZH ZHZHZHEWZ ciation and it netted them a nice little sum. Football Banquet 2 A number of Holstein business men treated the football squad, Coach ii Q Anderson, and Mr. Soth, to a very fine banquet in the Clifford Hotel on Thurs- -E M day evening, December Zd. When all the boys and their hosts had arrived, E HZHZWEMZNZN ,TS- DCD -OKC C'- 25, -x so N 'Sm 23 QD- Q W ':x FP Oo FV D' CD D' O F? 2. E: E. D UQ -1 Q 0 Ei S D' KD D N 5 CD X O 2. 5 Z3 FQ FQ 'J' "1 0 'T O O E '1 U7 O ZNZWZMZHZN M E N U Fruit Cocktail Roast Duck and Cranberry Sauce E Mashed Potatoes Sage Dressing Scalloped Corn Q E Celery Pickles 5 E Pumpkin Pie Coffee Q E Mr. Soth, acting as toastmaster, introduced Mr. Anderson, who review- E S ed the season briefly, then presented each of the players of the squad. Allen 2 S Meier was presented with a silver football donated by Mr. Hamil, Holstein's 5 E jeweler. The trophy was presented on the basis of: obedience to training 2 E rules, value to the team, sportsmanship, and scholarship. Q S i Speeches were made by a number of the business men who expressed 2 E their interest in football and discussed the prospects for the 1927 season. E S Carl Wohlenberg and Arthur Hansen, who played on one of the best teams 3 E ever representing Holstein H. S., told of some of their experiences on the S E gridiron. E Q The banquet over, the boys expressed their appreciation of the hospitality E E shown by the business men by giving nine 'rahs for their hosts. E WEEE ZWEH z '11 o e FP' er- D1 :: W e -4 U2 FJ :: PP 0 1 99 ,... :1 Q P- as E H E On Tuesday, December 14, Coach Anderson gave the boys of the foot- E E ball squad an oyster stew at the C. E. Claussen home. After the boys had 2 S15 done full justice to the food, Mr. Anderson introduced Capt. Werner, Capt.- 2 S Elect Kuchel, "Bill" Sorensen, and other boys of the squad, who spoke briefly E. E on the experiences of the past season and the prospects for the coming season. Q Q Mr. Soth spoke also, calling attention to some of the outstanding points of E E the year's team. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing "SOO", E E Tommy Lingle won first prize and Raymond Miller won the "booby" prize. 2 EM NZ V :gs as E Raymond Werner, this year's football captain, was host at a dinner E E party for the football boys, Monday evening, December 20, at the H. L. E E Threde home. Following the excellent dinner served by Mrs. Threde, Capt. E ss as ra 4 ' E KNEWEMZHZHRMEHZMZWEMZMENZHEHZHEHEMEWZMZHEHEHEHEMEHEWEHEHZHZHZHEHEHEHENEH D . "Q, .MI L ll :wxwzwzssasessmwmsz H' W xx - IIIIIBIIIHEIIBHIIIIIIIE 2 ll H ' ' -- - - ,, H 2 x E Werner, on behalf of the boys, presented Mr. Anderson with a fine pen and S E pencil set. Cards furnished the entertainment for the evenin g. John Kuchel Q Q carried away the high prize and Clayburn Klotz, low prize. Y S 2 ZHZNZH ZHZHZ Senior Party. E The seniors entertained at a winter party in the gymnasium on Friday, E E December 3, 1926. The "gym" was appropriately adorned with winter decora- E 5: NZM? HERE ' tions and each person received a dance program in the form of a snowball. Various games were provided for those who did not enjoy dancing. E At eleven o'clock the senior girls served a delightful lunch and after S 2 a few dances the party came to a close and the seniors were declared royal S E entertainers. , S li M ZH EH E H. S. Band Party. E E In the early fall of the school year the High School Band entertained E S at a party. They had as their guests, the members of the band who graduated 3 g last spring, some of the teachers, and each member invited a friend. E E The main diversion of the evening was "SOO", followed by a few dances. Q E At about eleven o'clock, the girls served refreshments consisting of ice cream 2 E and cake. H E ZHZH HRH! E Sophomore Party. 5 E The sophomores entertained at a hard times party on Saturday eve- 2 E ning, February 19th. This party proved to be one of the most successful 5 3 parties ever held in the school gymnasium. 2 SHENZHEN HZHZHZNZ After seeing the entire group in hard time costumes the students de- cided that present day costumes are more attractive and comfortable than in the days of hard times. E Prizes were awarded to the following people for the best hard times 2 E costumes and the best hard times couple, George Will, Laura Faden, Miss E 3 Brink, and Mr. Anderson. W Dancing was the main pastime of the evening. At eleven o'clock a E picture of the group was taken, after which a hard times lunch was served, 5 E consisting of sandwiches, beans, prune whip and cocoa. E N - z 3 --i- nl N . x E Junior Party. 2 The junior class held their class program and party in the gymnasium E on Monday afternoon, December 21, following their program given that date. E Q At three o'clock the boys and girls were asked to hunt their Partners for S L' lunch by matching pictures. After their search, light refreshments were serv- E : SIREN! H Z H 2 fi E Z 3 o 2 3 be 5' E 5' E as 3 2. Z v N O E -o Z 8 N 3 Z U- E fi. Z F H o S 2 Z O N 9' S N Z Z3 N D- SE S Z -. a 3 pe sn Z .- E 2 H '22 2 W W 2 E sf' Z N 2 N Z H I H I H Z H 2 H E H I HHZHI ENENZHEHZMEENEHZHZ A wg X X.. . V ESZNZNZNZSSZHZNENZN N . N E ,. Ir- -N? E .. - ....., Z: 3 2 Z N N 3 5: 5 Z CC 99 2 THE STAFF OF THE 1927 M00 2 N as S S 3 t s :Z N ns 3 at N M 3 3 ta ea 2 2 se as 3 sc as as 2 3 as ta Z is as as 2 3 E S se M :iz az as as 2 a 5 a ea nu E E 3 zz N 5' S M E ea E S 3 Z zz es E E 2 S S TOP-Lauren Soth, Otto Hueschen, Raymond Werner, Ralph Hartwell, Edmund Will. E 55 SECOND ROW-Harriet Bauer, Helen Roehlk, Leona Baumann, Virginia Williams, Z E Evelyn Hansen, Clayburn Klotz. THIRD ROW'-Henrietta, Schmidt, Helen Hansen, 5 3 Zelma Will, Louella Wienert, Paula Arp, Loretta Galvin, Herman Raukohl. gg N 5: S The Staff 2 Z 1 n u N 2 Lauren Soth ... .......... ..... E ditor-in-Chief E E Helen Hansen .... Business Manager g 2 Evelyn Hansen .. ............. Assistant Editor 3 N Otto Hueschen .. ...Assistant Business Manager 2 E Clayburn Klotz .... ..... B oys' Athletics E E Virginia Williams .. ....Girls' Athletics E E Helen Roehlk ..... .... S ocial Editor E 3 Henrietta Schmidt .. .... Class History as N Louella Wienert .. ......... Music E 5: . es 5 Zelma Will ...... .... C alendar E E Leona Baumann ... ........ Art E 2 Raymond Werner .. ..................... jokes E N Ralph Hartwell .................. Snapshots S E Herman Raukohl ...Declamatory and Programs E E Harriet Bauer .... Senior Class Editor Eg S Paula Arp ..... junior Class Editor 5 2 Loretta Galvin .... Sophomore Class Editor sq E Edmund Will .. ...Freshman Class Editor E N Z E E 3 N N I HZHEHJZNENZEFS3NZHZNZNEMZNZNENENENZNENZNEDSEHENZMZNZNZNZNZHZNZNEHZNZNZNENZBSZ .""-1 IHIHIIIEHEHEDIEHS ZHZIIEHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII . A -- . - +4 -+ -' ., , DECLAMATORY The annual Home Declamatory Contest was held in the High School auditorium, Monday, February Zlst. Though Miss Alderson had trained the contestants only one week, every speaker pleased the audience, and some of them showed unusual ability. The contest opened with a short concert by the High School Band, who appeared for the first time in their new uniforms. Their music was equally as good as their "snappy" appearance. The overture, "Princess of India," was particularly pleasing to their audience. The three speakers in the oratorical class, nothwithstanding the fact that it was the first appearance for the girls, were very good. Arthur Bagen- stos took first in this class, and Frances Kolb, second. All of the selections in the dramatic class had a strong appeal, but Arman Buettner, last year's winner in this class, spoke most effectively, win- ning first place. Evelyn Hansen was winner of second place. Competition was keenest in the humorous class. There were six con- testants and all showed ability to amuse the audience. Helen Hansen showed the effect of her previous experience by her skill in holding the close atten- tion of all. Her interpretation of her selection kept her hearers laughing most of the time. Norma Arp and Kathryn Soth tied for second place. The numbers by the High School Girls' Glee Club were greatly appre- ciated and drew vigorous applause. The judges were Supt. Coon and Miss Virden, of Battle Creek, and Mrs. E. G. Crouch, of Quimby. PROGRAM Selections .............. ............... ..... H i gh School Band Oratorical "Universal Peace" . .. .,.............. .... A rthur Bagenstos "Plea for Cuba" .. ............ ...... F rances Kolb "The New South" . .. ................. . . .Evelyn Rothfork "Little jack Horner" ................................ ........ E . Kars "jack and jill" ....,.................................. ..... E . Kars High School Girls' Glee Club Dramatic "Christmas at Crappy Shute" .. ........ ...Arman Buettner "The Finger of God" .......... ..... E velyn Hansen "Cigarette's Ride and Death" .............. .... a .Verna Raukohl "Lost Faith" ..................,............ ....... Z elma Will "Every Morning Mercies New" ....................... ..... N ewton High School Girls' Glee Club Humorous "Making Him Feel at Home" ................ ..... N orma Arp "Late This Morning" ........... ..... I rene Gebers "Sister in the Medicine Closet" .. .... Helen Hansen "News Gathering" ............ .... M yra Schmidt "Naughty Zell" ............................................. Kathryn Soth "Her Cuban Tea" .......................................... Gladys Weede The winners entered the Ida County Declamatory contest at Ida Grove and each one came home with a medal. Helen Hansen won first in humorousg Arman Buettner, third in dramatic, and Arthur Bagenstos, third in Oratorical. BGZNENENESSE 3552983992NZHZENZNZNZSSENEMZWZESEZHZNENZBiZNZNZNZNZNZNEHESSZNZNESSZNZN fl 1. A il HZNZHZHZHZHZHI HEHZHZHZHEHZHI EHEMZHZMZHEHZNXHE 1 ' RN-- HIHZHBNENEHIHIHIE E E Z S CLASS PROGRAMS Senior Program The Seniors presented their program the night before the football at game with Moville on October 28. The Senior orchestra gave a short con- 2 as cert before the program and played between acts. The orchestra was com- M posed of: Harriet Bauer, piano, Miss Sellers and Harvey Droegmiller, violin, E E Irving Satin, saxophone, Ralph Hartwell, clarinet, Raymond Werner, bass, S E Clayburn Klotz, trombone, Lauren Soth, cornetg Mr. C. E. Claussen, director. S E A one-act play entitled "Betty's Beans" was first on the program. Virginia S 3 Williams played the part of "Betty," The beaus were: "Bashful Beau," Harold 3 5 Conover, "Bold Beau," Dell Geer, "Living Chair," Raymond Miller, "Dropsy," 2 2 Thomas Lingle. A magician act by Irving Satin and Herman Raukohl was S E the next attraction of the evening. Helen Hansen then entertained the Q N audience with a short reading. Some Ufunnybone ticklers" were given by 2 Dell Geer and Raymond Miller as the last part of the performances. With the program over, the yell leaders and especially Miss Waterhouse brought .from the crowd many yells to "pep up" the team for the coming battle. as ss 3 2 so as E J - p 2 5 unlor rogram E E The juniors pushed the Seniors hard for the honor of having the best E z program when they put on a Christmas entertainment. The song, "Romeo- Bl E Juliet," was sung by Arman Buettner, George Will, and Wm. Sorensen. The 5 2 boys were dressed half girl and half boy and their act "went over big." This E 2 was followed by a short play called "Ikey Skinsky's Toy Shop," in which Wm. 2 E Sorensen took the part of "Ikey." Evelyn Hansen was Mrs. Vandersleet and E is her daughter was Irene Gebers. The dolls in the shop were: Paula Arp, z S clown dollg Evelyn Klotz, dancing doll, Laura Faden, mama doll, Alice Mc- E fs Dermott, "mammy" doll, Charlotte Stratton, rag dollg Louise Ewoldt, flapper S so ZH o. o Z F rn. :s an F o :r 'Vi .F fi m -o za :s CD U7 G Q. 3. ... 'X ro ::t cn M O :- s: CD FP P 71 'I CD :i C :r ca. o Z I 93 'S '1 -4 U3 x: 2 N 3 Alfred Armiger and john Kuchel, tin soldiers. With Otto Hueschen as Santa N H . . 5: 3 Claus, presents were given from the grab bag, and a hght lunch was served H E to climax the program. S : seasamaz U2 o 'ca :- S o 'I Q "1 w I 05 B mama: The one-act skit, "A Country School," was the main feature of the program given by the Sophomores, Friday, March 18th. Before this a letter E found f?J by Loretta Galvin was read to the great amusement of all. Next a E E newspaper called "The Buzz," written by several members of the class was F4 2 read by Jeanette Krager. Some items seemed unusually funny to her audience. H E With Ross Flanagan as school master, the "Country School" proved 5 E very clever. Will Moeller and Arthur Paulsen as bad boys acted the part well, E Q showing the effect of a long training in that part in the grades. All of the E 5 pupils were dressed in the costumes of small boys and girls, and, at the re- E gg quest of their teacher, did various "stunts." They sang songs, spoke pieces, x E and went through an arithmetic recitation. Willie Moeller and Erwin Sindt E E contributed a musical number on the mouth organ and banjo ukelele. 2 E The program was prepared in a short time by Miss Sellers and Mr. 2 2: Anderson and great credit is due them for its success. N MEN? 3 N Z N E N E W E H E N E M E M Z N E N Z H 3 W Z M Z N Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z Z N Z H 2 N 3 H Z H Z H Z H IZ ii Z E9 I H Z K Z H Z H Bl H Z HHZH ENN E H E M Z N 3 N 3 H E M E M E M ff. 5 1 , ! fa' ' i X X H Z N Z N 3 H Z N Z N Z N Z H Z ENN HZHZHZHEHZHZHZM HZHEHEMEWZHZMEH EHS ENE gl-L- .-. THE "H" CLUB 60533952555 WEHEWEEHEWZSGZNEZGSZGGZFHI 2HZESZB-525625132952HEETQEHEESGEHZE-5221 E H 2 E W N E Z N 2 H :-3 i as 5 FIRST ROW-'Helen Roehlk, Hazel Goettscli, Leona Baumann, Helen Hansen, Evelyn E IPS Klotz, Laura Faden, Virginia Williams, Evelyn Hansen, Verna Raukohl, Florence E Wehde. STANDING-Herman Raukohl, Walter Lohff, Orval Schroeder, Lauren Soth, Z P3 Arthur Paulsen, Clayburn Klotz, Ctto Hueschen, Leroy Hansen, Ralph Hartwell, Si 5 Kenneth Doyle, John Kuehel, Dell Geer, Allen Meier, Raymond Werner. E se - a E In the early part of the school year of 1926, a new club was organized 5 E under the direction of Mr. Soth and Mr. Anderson. It is known to the High S zz School and vicinity as the "H" club. so MZ ZH All pupils who have participated in athletic activities sufficiently to win 2 a letter are privileged to join. Among the different activities in which they E E may participate are basket-ball, football, baseball, and those activities taken E W up by the Girls' Athletic Association. E The "H" club has as its charter members 6 letter girls and I0 boys. The E boys are: Ray Werner, Clayburn Klotz, Allen Meier, Lauren Soth, Arthur S HEWZMZWEW ZHEHZHEHZ Paulsen, Herman Raukohl, George Will, john Kuchel, Kenneth Doyle, and Dell Geer. The girls are: Virginia Williams, Hazel Goettsch, Helen Hansen, Helen Roehlk, Laura Faden, Verna Raukohl, and Leona Baumann. Later in the year the following pupils joined: Boys, Walter Lohff, August Kuchel, Otto Hueschen, Ralph Hartwell, Leroy Hansen, and Orville S Schroeder. Girls: Evelyn Hansen, Florence Wehde, Dorothy Sindt, Evelyn E es Klotz and Edna Gosselin. S E The following officers were elected for the year: President, Clayburn 2 2 Klotzg Vice President, Raymond Wernerg Secretary, Helen Hansen, Treasurer, S E Allen Meier. 5 E A constitution was drawn up by a committee appointed by the president. E 3 It was decided by the "H" club that hereafter the High School football sweater as S will be black with an orange letter. To earn a letter in football the player E E must participate in one-third of the quarters, and in basket-ball both boys S MEMS E H E H E H E N E H E H E K E K H E E H E H 3 S5 E R Z M H E M E M Z H E H E H SE Di SE GS E3 B5 EZ DS SE E5 SZ BS EZ Gi Z Bi 52 Gi S Bi E B5 EZ 85 EZ 95 BEEN and girls must play in three-fourths of the games or one-half of the quarters. ilbzature Svertinn l sn: IIIIIHIIIIIIS IIIIIIIHIIIIHEIISNZNI HZHIW .... lt l. WZNZNZHZWZWZNZHZ cn -.0 --'U 7 TTT 1:22 :rig Eff'-' Gag 535 ae: sl? 2 Q S o 0 U 55-5-1 -I rr N 2 Q W H 1 O 1 w O C 5 0 B 3 "'Z'-'Sf Q. it Bag-x zo ,,, 5. ...QW on on :sg"' ogg., ne 4 --K4 FP gggowezw 'Umm -O Q Q N - 1 3 N 25"Q':1-W 3 3,SP,o mm!! n w W C D Ola EW: amig- O faT:ag Oo...F'glUQ,1' O m C X50 'aj w g 3 E C-K4 '1 'F' gn P' maaammeemazuauzum ENE ZH CALENDAR September. " 6-Seniors have class meeting-election of officers. Boys start kicking the football. x E " 7-Come "Birdie!" Glee Club organizes. E Q " 8-Miss Kratz promises something to Geo. Will. E S " 9-Oh Boy! We get out for the fair. Miss Porter says so. Q 2 " 10-Senior staff committee select staff for the "Moo". Teachers feel E E quite "testified" today-Latin and sociology tests. E S " I3-"Pep" meet for "Moo". Staff members get up and speak. 3 Q " I4-Football boys have treat-"movie" in the "gym." E 5 " 15-3:10 and out for the day. E ea " I6-I2 bells-no school till tomorrow. 3 NEW EHR " 17-Too much fair. Football boys tackle dummy today. E " 20-Miss Kratz shows typewriting class how to make a dash QJJ. E " 21-Glee Club-get out of assembly. 5 2 " 22-john Kuchel just awakenedfrom a long summer's nap. E 2 " 23-Seniors order commencement invitations and cards. 2 E " 24-Classes select yell leaders. Some "pep"? S S " 27-Latin students get a chance to raise their 55's and 60's. Q E " 28-Geo. Will gets what Miss Kratz promised him. E E " 29-Another staff meeting. E E " 30-Visitors in school today. Cushing calls. E October. E 5 E Talk about your spring and summer, Winter joys without compare: Children, don't you think October Is of all the months most fair? HZNZMZMZ ZHIHIHEH E Oct. l-Boys are slicking up for their first football game. S 5 " 4-Football boys plus a victory. Raymond Werner minus a tooth. E S " 5-Freshmen girls are learning use of the vanity case in the halls. g E " 6-juniors take a good look at Paula. fMiss Porter said sol. E EE " 7-juniors have something up their sleeve. What is it? E E " 8-Football game with Meriden today-real "pep" meeting. W MENS E N E N E H E N E N E M E M E N E H E M Z H Z N E H Z H Z N E M E H E H E H E N E H Z M Z H E N Z N Z H Z N E H E N E N E N 2 N Z H Z K Z H ZHZH ZHZNZHZHZHZHZHIHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZNEHZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZNZHZWNZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZNZHZWZNZWZHZHZNZNZHZHZHZNZHZH IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL! Mack's Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor W. L. McCrea, Prop. HOLSTEIN, IOWA R. S. PORTERFIELD Veterinarian Both House and Office Phone 84 Office with G. Van Hemert HOLSTEIN, IOWA FRED H. JESS Dentist A Phones: Office, 421-Ag Res., 421-B. DR. C. G. BRETTHAUER Physician and Surgeon Office, Second Floor Dahms Bldg. Phones: Office, 85-Ag Res., 85-B KING 81 BLEASDELL General Insurance Agency A "Service" Our Motto Phone 278 Holstein, Iowa HUGH E. MCGUIRE Auctioneer Livestock and Real Estate Broker HOLSTEIN, IOWA Office, First Floor Old Sav. Bk. Bldg. DIRECTORY OF PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEN CONRAD E. CLAUSSEN Band Director and Instructor in Instrumental Music Dealer in High Grade .Instruments Phone 233 DR. C. L. PUTNAM Physician and Surgeon Eyes Testedg Glasses Fitted Office in Fii-si stare Bank Building Phones: Office, 43-Ag Res., 43-B. DR. O. A. LANGLAND Dentist Office, Second Floor, First State Bank Building BESORE 81 SNELL BROS. Attomeys-at-Law Old Savings Bank Building HOLSTEIN, IOWA ,DR. E. F. WIESE CChiropractorj Phone 47 HOLSTEIN, IOWA CITY MEAT MARKET Davis 8: Son, Props. The Best of Fresh and Cured Meats Phone No. 9 Holstein, Iowa N 3 3 H H 3 Z N N E Z N H Z Z N H Z 2 M N Z Z H H E 2 N N 3 3 H H Z Z N M Z Z H H Z Z H H Z Z H H Z Z H H Z Z N H Z Z N H Z Z N N Z Z N N Z Z N W 2 E H M E E N M 2 Z H N Z Z N H 3 Z H N E Z H H Z Z N W Z Z H H E Z H H E Z N M 2 E N N Z Z N H 2 Z N H Z Z N H Z E H H Z Z M H E S 5 ZHZH2NZNZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZMZMZHZHZHZHZHZWZWZH2H2H2HZNZHZH2HZNINEZHZHZHZHZHZHZMZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZHZHEN ffl I ff I F fa- gl 5 --gg -1air-. 3 L' 2 2 Oct. ll-First 6 weeks tests. Ooooo! Q E " 12-Students learn part of their fate. S E " 13-Senior class meeting. 3 E " 14-When do those report cards come? E Q " I5-Report cards-half holidays for some-football with Kingsley. E S " 18-Another victory for the football boys. Senior wiener roast. g E " 19-Slight symptoms of effects of wiener roast. 3 E " 20-Alfred Armiger shows assembly his football outfit. gi E " 21-Band makes good snappy music in the "gym". S " 22-Football game with Alta, 43-0. 2 E " 25-Mon. "Pep" meeting after our first defeat, sort of blue though. E 5 " 26WMr. Soth finds intelligence quotient of Senior class. gg E " 27-Petition posted for feeding of cannibal flies. Sign! Sign! S as HZ if U7 ro :1 o 'S U3 G3 . 4 no rr. cn -1 so '1 Kc -U 'X o UQ '1 sn 3 FH 2. 5' 2 no 0. U' Kc m UQ o o cz. -O. cn ,D-. 3 ru rn 3. ::x QQ N NZNZNEN2 N QP I T o o Ff o' E. UQ an F3 ru E 3. 5' 3 o E. WT U5 cn m 'Z HZHZHQNZ November. E We're thankful for our teachers, 3 2 We're thankful for our friendsg 3 5 We're thankful when it's evening, E Q And the hard, long school-day ends. E 5 Nov. l-School house cold-feels like winter's here. E Q " 2-First snow this year. Quite an attraction. 2 E " 3-4 days vacation. Teachers go to Des Moines. 2 E ' 8-Back again for 3 days. E E ' 9-Seems like Thursday-only one day of school left this week. 2 E " 10-Vacation again. Football game with Washta. Holstein wins 16-7. 2 5 " I5-Cripples in the library-George and Kenneth. S E " l6--Glee Club put over real singing. fSome think so.J E E " I7-Surprise 6 weeks test in typewriting. E E " 18-Tests start today. Hard ones left for tomorrow. E 2 " I9-Tests again. Football with Odebolt 21-O. 5 E " 22-Have your pictures taken for the "Moo," E 2 " 23-juniors and Seniors excused to have pictures taken. S E " 24-Report cards. Half holidays-Dell Geer breaks his record. ,E E " 29-Not so many bad victims from football with C'ville, on Thanksgiving. 3 E " 30-Seniors planning plans. Freshies wondering wonders. E M same U fb 3 5- 9 me N z 2 2 Good December's come again, E E Bringing Christmas, jolly, g W With its waxen mistletoe z E And its scarlet holly. 3 M . . 2 E Dec. l-Ra! High school party-invitation from Seniors. ll 2 5 Dill E H Z N 3 N I N Z N E E41 53 H EZ N E W EZ H Z Eli E N E N Z H Z BS Z H E H Z N Z N E E41 Z 2 Il Z H Z N 2 H Z Bi Z H Z H Z Bi Z N 2 H Z H Z Ei 5 Bl I IIH WENENEHEHEMEN?N3HENENZNENZHZNENZHZHZHZHENZHEHZHZNEHEHZHZHZHEWZHEWEHEHEWE SANITARY SHOP E. w. HUFFMANN E H N . E E , W N E HZHZHZN ZHEHZNE is as a is E Wm. Sorensen, Prop. "'!"' E Q Hardware, Plumbing, Heating, 2 Q ...!.., Electrical Supplies, Federal Radios E E and Radio Supplies E 2 is 2 Under First State Bank "WP" E Every Job and Each and Every 2 iii """' Article Guaranteed to be 2 Z as Represented 2 ZHZH MENZ Laundry Service 0+-' as N 2 Investigation on your part will prove Q 2 Basket Leaves Tuesdayg Returns Friday our prices satisfactory to you. E M 2 2 is Q --p-- WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS 3 E S E HOLSTEIN, IOWA Phone 83 Holstein, Iowa 2 E A E a as sa 2 a , N N 2 2 N mi zz az se 2 I IVI WA I I S 3 is 0 0 9 sz ZNZNZH NEWER? YCDUR DRUGGIST Z 1 N N 3 2 N H W Z Z 1 H N Q Z Z l N Z H 2 Wishes you health, happiness and 3 ig prosperity in your chosen lines of Q endeavor after graduation from one i Q E of the best High Schools in our State. l 2 QZHZHEHENZHZ H Z W E N Z N E H Z H Z H Z H E N E . W , E u N 2 53 T H L E 1 H , Z . N . 3 , W 1 E H . E r N i E 5 H 53 l 95 , 53 , 9-3 1 E I M . 53 1 M . Z 1 N 1 E . N . E . H A Z 1 H . 3 , N . E M . E . H 1 E i H . E H Z N E H E M , Z H EMZWZNZHZNZN Q znznznzuznzuznsuz zuzvlsnznzuznsusllz Dec. 2-Freshies are still wondering what the party's going to be like. i " 3-Party tonight-signs in assembly-Freshies find out. E E " 6-Tyalk about blue Mondays-talk about today. ll 5 " 7-Christmas seals introduced in school. 5 5 " 8-Miss Kratz has special session with a few typewriting girls. 2 E " 9-Flood in commercial room. Ronald and john set sails for land. E 5 " 10-Pupils of Comm. classes ask Mr. Claussen for oars. B. B. vs. Ida 2 E Grove. 2 E " I3-Blizzard. Students and radiators frozen. Q 2 " I4-Students and furniture gaining in temperature. 2 I5-Award test in typewriting. Cut down on errors. 16-Boys doing some good practicing. Pupils prepare for debate in 2 Z . H 2 sociology. 3 5 " l7-B. B. Girls vs. Hayes Consolidated-27-25. Boys vs. Lake View 21-1 l. Q W " 20-juniors entertain-Santa visits the "gym," 2 ZH 2 Z 21-Merry Christmas. 3 N l- 2 3 January so H ' 3 3 Oh, january leads the way ll ZHHZ NIH With little laughing New Dayg Happy New Year. E ll E jan. 3-Back for a few days of learning. E ZWZ HHH 4-Juniors and Seniors have last pictures taken. gg 5-Asmus Drews comes back to school. 2 E " 6-Seniors attempt screening mosquitos in sociology class. gg' 2 " 7-B. B. vs. Battle Creek tonite. Victory for girls. Defeat for boys. 2 Ei " I0-Asmus Drews leaves school. Coming attractions-Exams. by Teachers. E 5 " ll-Tomorrow. Greatest picture of the World. "Tests" .... by Exam. I. 2 3 Nations. Q E " 12-"English 81 History" .... "Sociology 81 Mathematics" by F. A. Culty. E tg " I 3-Today-electives. E 3 " l4-No school. Teachers get a chance to work. EE N2 2 W I7-New books, new teachers, new students, new reports. E 5 " I8-"We get our living from Nature and our nature from living."- E 5 Recitation by Helen R. E Q " I9-Band and basket ball pictures taken. E S " 20-Commercial law class fights for l00 acres of land. E 5 " 21-B. B. vs. Hayes Consolidated-both teams win. Laura Faden stays E L1 in for the whole game, quite an exception. E QE " 24-Annual staff meeting. A general survey of work of editors. E E " 25-Annetta Hansen comes back to school fto teachj. g S " 26-Bill Sorensen's still wondering how he's going to learn to type. E S Harry Hein comes back to school after his annual mid-winter vacation. E fi " 27-Seniors select class motto-"To be rather than to seem". E E " 28-"Speck" tries breaking windows-he won't do it again, we think. E E B. B. with Barrie creek. z ig " 31-No celebration of Battle Creek games. 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Soth continues civics test and adds one in economics. 9-Declamatory contestants are practicing their selections with the teachers. 10-Comm. law class is benefited by Mr. Anderson's calling down. Bet- ter recitations today. ll-August Kuchel and Clifford Jensen are still with us after 4 weeks of school. "Pep" meeting in "gym" for game with Ida Grove to- night. Everybody out. 14-Valentines march into assembly. Miss Alderson comes today. 15-Declamatory contestants start to worry some more. juniors' picture tonight, "The Flaming Forest". 18-B. B. vs. C'ville. Girls win easily. Boys lose. 21-Declamatory contest. Arthur Bagenstos, Arman Buettner and Helen Hansen capture firsts in their classes. 24-"Teacher tells us we don't know the world, like we think we dou- Commercial law student. County Declamatory Contest. Helen gets first. March. 2-Report cards. Everybody's getting holidays-except those who have to come to school. 3-B. B. tournament. Boys vs. Dow City-29-25. 4-Boys go to Ida Grove to play Odebolt. 8-Rehearsal of operetta tonight.-girls make flowers in assembly. 10-Teachers must think another 6 weeks has passed. Mr. Soth, Mr. Anderson, and Miss Kratz give tests. ll-Helen goes to Charter Oak-wins first. B. B. girls beat Hayes Fri- dayg Battle Creek, Saturday morningg and play Ida Grove in finals. l7-Mr. Anderson springs a "written" in commercial law. 18-Sophomores entertain high school in gymnasium. District school. 22-"H" Club get their pins. 23-Julius Caesar and Henry Ford visit school-in the "movies," 24-Helen wins in the pre-district declamatory contest at Battle Creek. 25-HMumps victims are increasing. May. 19-Senior class play-"The Whole Town's Talking." 20-The "long" vacation ffor the seniorsj begins. 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I ' 1 3 3 --:Q - -- N N E W ZWZH MEN CD E -e -A m F-'I U ei uf 2 U he Q CE' r- F' zu 53 :su FI 4 5 - 2 3 N Z fWhat a Freshman soon learnsl-"He laughs best who laughs when the S Q teacher laughs." E E E E "Shorty" Geer-"Glad to see you at the dance, 'Rock'." 3 E Herman R.-"Yeh, come near not being here." E 2 "Shorty"-How's that?" 3 na Rock-"I flipped to see whether I should come here or study chemistry, and Q L1 I had to do it six times before it came out right." 5 3 2 ENE N2 Miss Steele Qin Latin classj-"Are there any in the class who were troubled S by the last sentence?" 2 E Roland M.-"I wasn't." S g Miss Steele-"Then you may translate it." - 5 E Roland M.-"I didn't get that far." :HH 2 3 . E PassengerA"PIease, conductor, will you help me get off the train?" E E Conductor-"Certainly, Madam." 5 Ig Passenger-"You see, it's this way. Being rather stout, I have to get out 3 3 backwards-the porters think I'm getting in-so they give me a shove 'gg Eg and say, 'Urry up, ma'am.' I'm five stations past where I want to go now." E E E E Paula Arp-"I thought you took mod- E Q S ern history last year." gg Q B J Bill S.W"I did, but the faculty encored gg lg S E me." S ix of !d I It XXX E :xi Miss Kratz- Ralph, how many sub- 53 S jects are you carrying? Ig S Ralph I-I.-"None, but I'm letting five gl S drag." gg as is WE 5 U7 U1 T o "1 FP rn T C5 m :s su :: se o :: na FP 2 3 cn 5' o 2 2 E iron was discovered ?" ig 521 Robert D.-"I heard my father say that E S they smelt it." S Q ae-x-ee E 2 O I Miss Kratz-"I take great pleasure in if Q I I giving you 81 in bookkeeping." E W I Ray M.-"Make it 100 and enjoy your- 3 E I gg 5 W self." 3 S I Q 5 O Mr. Anderson - "This gas is deadly 2 N I poison. What steps would you take Q Oda-title res .-Hr I if it should escape?" Q 3 i Evelyn I-I.--jolly long ones Sir." ea M 1 E Glen, Qu-A In -:Heat E E I Miss Porter-"What is a vacuum ?" Q E Rufus M.-"I can't recall but I have ea E: I '50 it in rn h "" E y eau. gg MENS Z H E N E H Z H Z M Z H E N E N E M E H E N Z N Z N Z M E H E H Z H Z H E N Z H R N Z N E H E M Z H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z N S H ZWZW EHS N E N E H E H Z M Z H E N E N E N Z N Z H E H Z H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z N Z H 2 H Z H Z H Z Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z N Z HEZW ZNZHZNZHZNSMZH HZMSHZWZHZNZHZ EXPERT PAINTING AUTO SERVICE A N D PAPERHANGING Q ' that pleases the most particular. We E ee . ' ' 3 E No careless or unsatisfactory work guarantee work that ls felleble and eg 2 . s t' factor H E done in our garage. We please the a ls y E l E most particular. Our best advertise- . . t 5 3 Also Dealer in High Grade Paints N 2 ment is a satisfied customer. and Wall Paper E SEZ E H 'dlp' E E Phone No. 127 2 E Phone 108 M es a -+0 ee WZMZNZW ZHZNZH FRANK STAMP WM' JR' "SAVE THE SURFACE AND YOU 3 H ee 2 E HOLSTEIN, IOWA SAVE ALL" 2 3 as 2 .. .. A E is . ee 3 H 3 ee ee 3 2 ee e The Pure Feed Grocery and Meat Market S 2 ea 2 E 2 You will find it a pleasure to buy your Groceries and Meats here, for E ee we believe you will appreciate the Cleanliness, Convenience and Prompt Ser- 3 3 vice which are distinguishing features of this store. Q 2562 H ..+-- ZHZHZH TI w. an :: ro Q. x: 0 sn CR o :J I-4 o 5.2 2.5 'P EH 'DU 'AQ 552 E16 '13 QM 'DZ pi 2 3 rn Ei -4 :J-' cv o :r 2. o O U7 FV O s: P9 V1 WZHZHZ P P - of Meat are skillfully prepared by an expert cutter. Absolutely nothing but E the very best meats, government inspected, find their way to our blocks. N 2 Wonderful cooked meats, all kinds of sausage, pickled meats and a host of S E other things that spell success to that Sunday night supper or late lunch. 3 3 ZDQZ HE BRIARDALE AND G. W. C. CANNED FRUITS E This is the very finest and most delicious quality-the best that can 5 2 be produced. Briardale and G. W. C. won't be better until nature produces ea S A finer fruit. Special price on Canned Goods by the Dozen Cans. Get yours now! S ee 2 a ee Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Cream and Milk. LEMKE BROS. ZWZHZHZ HEHENEH N E PHONE NO. io HOLSTEIN, IOWA PHONE NO. 10 3 E E M 3 3 N M E EHEHENZHZHEHEHEHEMQNEHZHZHZHZNENZMZNEHEHZHZNENZNZHZNZHZHZMEMZNZNZHENEMEM i I ZNZHZHZHZNZNZNZWZNZHEMZNEWERENENZH2NEHZNZNZWZWZHEWZHZWEHEWEWWEWEMZWZWEWENENEWEWEHE ZWEWZHENEHZHZ ZWZHZNZHE N 2 N 2 H Z M Z H Z H Z H E N f, 'fl 1 ggi I I LH X' ' X , ,M . X N E N Z H Z H Z W Z 1 H 2 W 2 5 NZM?HZNZHZNZMZNEHZNZM?NZNENZNZNZHZHZHZHZMZHZHZMZHZHZWZ ZHZN2NZWZHZHENENZHZNZMEMZMZHZMZMZWEHZNZMZHZMZHZMZNH -+--"!"'-'l- IN AND AROUND SCHOOL H N KNEWENENEHZH3NZMEHEHENEHEMZHEHEHZHZHEHEHEHEHRMENZHZMENZNENEHENZNEHENEHZH MZHEMZHEHZN3WZNENZWZNZWEWZHZHZHEHZHZHEMZNEEHEWENENEHENZMZHZNZHZHZNZNZMEN STUDENTS' ICE CREAM PARLOR Make our store your headquarters in the future as you have in the pastg ZHZHZNZHZNZHZWZMZNZNZN HZHEHZWZHZNZHZNZNZHZNZ E as it is largely due to you that our business is rapidly growing and we 2 Q take this measure to thank you. E se sz 5 EXCLUSIVE STORE 5 E for Bunte's box goods and hard candies. When you are thirsty a cool E E drink from our electrically equipped fountain will refresh you. Special E Scenic Ice Cream Parlor MEWEWZN EMZMEWE N E Z H. G. EICHERLY, PROP. E N E HoLsrE1N, IOWA 5 E H N 4 E E N N 2 K E ZHZMZN HZHZHE i CQNGRATULATIONS E N N Z E M 2 E Q to the class of 1927. Each year adds to the 5 52 number who have finished their High School SE N E course, and We sincerely hope that it adds to 3 3 E our own friends, for as such we like to think 2 E N Z NZHZNZHZNZHZNZHZHZHZNZNZNZ O F03 E-' O is D' fs 8 li E2 Q Cl Ld Q 0 si' 0-3 N 5 H S-' ff' a FU 99 E HZHZHZHZNZNZNZHZH WZWZWZHE find a hearty welcome here, and, incidentally, the latest Styles in Young Men's Clothes. C. E. Van Patten 8L Son HZHZ Z N Z N Z H Z N Z N Z M E H Z H Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H E H Z N Z N Z N Z H Z N 2 N Z M E H Z H Z M E H Z H 2 Z N E Z M 3 H Z N Z Z H Z ZEQZ ZWEWE H Z N E H E H E N E H E H E H E I .. li f,. , nig 1 . lr ! , I 1 x, ,X E N E N E H S M Z H Z N Z M E H NEWER ZHEMEW WZHENE NLAUGHINC NEVER KILLED A MAN" E ' y - xy . Q 3 Mr. Soth-"Use 'satiate in a sentence. N Q Clay K.-"I blew my girl to a feed last night and l'll say she ate." 33 9-5 3 ' vs ' N E "I am no good unless I strike, said the match. E S "And you lose your head every time you do strike," said the match box. E 3 N u n 1 I E E Ross F.-"What is it Kenneth U. likes about my little sister?" E Z Bill M.-"Why, his arm, of course." E Q N Q Miss Steele-"Who was it that wrote, 'A little learning is a dangerous thing?" 3 2 Alfred A.--"Must have been some man who was trying to run an automobile gg N for the first time." Z Q S E Harold S.-"Daddy, do teachers get paid?" E ZH 3 7 C0 O ET 2 C5 CD "1 FP 2. E. rs If 'C 9 O E. D- D fi F9 :F CD L4 -12 M F3 Harold-"I don't see why they should. The pupils do all the work." Q S N E Miss Kratz-"What do we mean when we say, cotton wool?" 3 Q Arthur P.-"The wool that grows on sheep." gg 3 2 5 Charlotte S. treading "Legend of Sleepy Hollow," in shorthand classy-"Hans Sig Q Van Ripper became 'executioner' of Ichabod's estate." 5 N ALMJL E n A M Q "Conan" Doyle-"There's something going around that will interest you." E Q Evelyn H.-"Well, be careful, there are some pins in my waist." S N Z MNH N HZ SEEN ZNZHZN Five Year Old Daughter-"Look at that funny man across the street." Mother tlooking in shop windowj- H S "What is he doing?" E S Childi"Sitting on the pavement talk- lg N ing to a banana skin." f""" :sz E Mrs. Thriftf- Tommy, 1sn't it rather an Q extravagant to eat both butter and 2 5 jam on your bread at the same Q N time?" :z E Tommy-"Oh, no, mother. It's econo- 2 N 3 '24 '4 o C U3 cn 9 FY :r cn U3 m 3 cv 'U ru O rn o -H 2 N 2 E bread does for both." gli E 'NNW N Q She-"I've counted 500 sheep jumping E 2 over a fence, and still I can't 3 fra sleep." 2 NEWER ZHZMZ He-"Try opening the gate." "What's a grape fruit?" S "lt's a lemon that's been given a chance E N d k d ' " if E an too a vlnegge of it 17.1.1 ,Ml I Qc,-I-om gl E Kenneth D.-"What is a kiss? "Dr 4 " C I E 2 George W.-"Nothing divided by two." 'm"o1c 'Y N HZ M H2 E N E M E N E E H E H EE 95 53 H E 95 53 DG EE H E 95 EE PS1 25 S6 53 Ei E5 S5 EE GG EE 95 E3 Bi SE Si EE G5 5? 66 53 SG E! D5 EE G5 ES EG EE 95 SE G3 53 D5 EE GG SE DG 53 EG EE DG EE DU EE E5 53 GSE? ZHZNZHZNZHZHZHZHZH NZHZHZHZH H EZNZHZHZHZWZHZHZHZWZHZHZNZWZNZHZHZHZNZNZNZHZHZNZHZHZNZNZHZHZHHZNZHZHZNZHZNZNZH DRUGS SODA FOUNTAIN THE NYAL QUALITY STORE PHONE 27 , HOLSTEIN, IOWA PAINTS at OILS WALL PAPER FOR MEN AND BOYS COMBINE Style, Quality, Durability and Comfort, and we FIT ANY FOOT. Bear that in mind when you buy your next pair. oooo A oUR sHoE REPAIR SERVICE 4? I will please you, and we do the work i f PROMPTLY V,,A THE SHOFJVIAN ' Holstein, - :- - :- Iowa. ENZHZMZHENZHZNEMZHENEMEHZN3HEH2NZWZNZNZNZHZNZMEHENEHENZNENZHENZNEHEH5 Z W Z N Z N Z H E H 2 H Z N Z M Z N Z N Z N E N 3 N Z N Z H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z N Z N H 2 N Z N E N Z H Z M Z H Z 2 H Z M Z H Z Z N Z N E 3MZHZNZHZHZNZH3HZW2HEWEHENZHZHZNZHZHZNZNZNZNZHZHZHZHENZHZHZHZZWZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZMZHZHZNZNZNZWZHZNZHZNZNZNZE HZWN E N Z N Z N E H E H E N E H E H ns, , Uh I I 1 il, N l X sq- K x B5 E S5 E N 3 W Z N 3 H 2 W 2 2 NZHN WEHSMEWEWEHEWSWEHZHZHZHENZ WZHEHZNZHZNZN NZHZNZWZNZWZNZ STUDENTS AT WORK AND PLAY 2 SHEMEWEWEWSWE ZNZHZHZMEHEHZ 2EHZWZMENEWZNEWZHZWZWEHZWZWZWEN3N3WEWENENENEWZWEWEWEWEWEWSHEWWEN W E W Z H E H E M E W E H 2 N E M E N E H S M E H E H E H E H E K E H E M E H E H E N E M Z H Z H E E5 Z M E B5 ZZ E5 Z EG EZ 55 ZZ ES BE Bi Z Bi E 3NZHZHZHEHZNZNZHEMSHZHEHEHENZHZHZMZNZNZHZHZHZNZWZWZNZNZHENZNZM ZIIIZIIIHIIIIIIIZIIIHZIIIRHZHIHZHZWZHZNZHIHZHEHZHENZHZHZNZHZWZNZH HZHZHZHZNZHZHZIGZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZNEIIENZ 155 six ew? f' l, 69 X 3 J -.7 'fir li A .. X if mf- " Tv. l MAN I E! fox .L4 ' lg if ,Q 1-. Q CAI CLUTIIII ,153 I A 5 l L.. 2 .' .4 Q I f xi at M l - ' Nia: Rs' if 1 f X ll 'XT fl our Jewelry Store. Primary Grade Questions For Advance Grade Boys 1. Do you compare va.lues before you buy? 2. Do you properly consider how clothes will look after months and months of wear? 3. Will you consider the saving and economy we promise you for the time you take in seeing today these fine clothes? CAPPS 100W PURE WOOL SUITS AND TOPCOATS attract notice with splendid tailoring and work- manship. Their long-wearing fabrics bring new and old friends back to this store year after year. The satisfaction they always give make us glad to back them with our personal guarantee. A warm welcome awaits your visit,-why not Today? Suits and Topcoats S30, 535, 340, 345, S50 JESS 81 ZEMAN is Among Arficles offewelry--- Especially as shown by us, you will find an ample array of Finer Gifts, which will be highly appreciated. Graduation time is again at hand, and for this. occa- sion we have chosen a splendid assortment of gifts for your selection. It will please us to have you visit 00000000 F-..SEg.'5'.!": MJ '- Z N Z Bi 2 H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z N Z H Z N Z N 'EZ N Z H Z H Z H 2 Ei Z W Z EG Z N Z N Z W Z H 3 H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H E H Z H 2 2 56529129129112NEBNZHZHZHIHEHZHENZHZHZHEINZHINZHZN291255EZZHZH HZNZHZHENZHEHEDGZNZNZHEHEHZHZSSZMZHZNEHZNZH H2 Z H Z H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z N Z W 33 H Z H EZ Bi Z H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z Bi Z N Z H E N Z N Z Bi Z Ei Z N Z H E N 5 W E H Z H Z H Z H E H Z H Z RI Z HZHZHEZIHZHZHZNZ I HE N E N Z W Z N Z H Z N Z H Z H 2 M E H E N E N E N Z N Z H E H E H256 HZWZWZHEWZHE ZNZNZNZNENZ ENE 3 5. V1 U7 FP GJ 2 CD i 3' N FP 5. PQ D' O U1 CD N fc. D- CD -12 WEN SHARP QUESTIONS AND BRIGHT ANSWERS 'Q W E U7 o 'S Q :1 fn rn T .E FB ... U3 :r o E. n. :' 3. U7 o E Q o :s cb 2 2 in the eye and it swelled shut, why, S Q the other would be the seersidef' E 2 E E . H. Raukohl-"What would result if a 5 2 goat should swallow a rabbit?" ' E ma Arman B.-"Why, a hair in the butter, of E5 E course." 3 E lg 3 Ralph I-lf-"What became of that girl I W E Sf,-, ka, Oh 0 Wie used to see you in the hammock with 5 3 so much? be E :'..,,.. Lauren S.-"Oh, we fell out," Q E I1 H I 'Nik M M Bill S.-"Why does a man's hair turn S vazsmmnixizixi K4 CD N "1 fl! 2. D- 0 71 tit 76 as maziezms gray quicker than his mustache?" Miss Steele-"Because it is about twenty Q George W.-"Can you tell me why the E 5 Statue of Liberty's hand is just E as eleven inches long?" 3 if john K.-"Why certainlyg if they had 5 E 3 made it an inch longer, it would 2 E have been a foot." 5 E -Heat 5 2 Otto H.-"ln what key should a declara- Ll E 5131 Bo TW9 Ma tion of love be made?" 'ig 3 ' Alfred A.M"Be mine ah." gg 2 -at K l 'B WH 5 Q MP' 'xx JM? Miss Porter--"lf a man has 3700 bushels S 5 of corn and sells it for 52.50 per bush- E E el, what would he get?" E as - Willie Moeller-"An automobile." E E "ba-1' 2 E Louella W.-"Have you any mail for me?" Q E Postman-"What's your name?" Q E Louella W.-"You'll find it on the en- Q 2 velopef' N Q -meet S if Nlr. Anderson--"What is steam?" S E Herman R.-"Water, crazy with the heat." E S meet- E Q gm., .S1',.,1,, fllrec "How to get fat?"-Go to the butcher- E H shop and buy it by the pound. - 3 E see-c-ae 2 E Why is it that every man's pants are too short? Because his legs stick out 2 E two feet? 5 2 ta N E EHEHEMZHEHEHZHEHENEMEWEHZHEHEMENZNENENZNEHZHEHZNZHEHZNZMZMZHEMENEMZHZHZM NZ N Z H Z H Z N Z M Z M Z M Z N Z N Z H E N E H E H Z H Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z H H Z H Z H Z H Z H E H H Z Z N Z N Z N Z H 2 Z N Z K EEE HZHZWZ ZWZNEW cn C C5 D M Cn cn ee a z as S E E TO THE CLASS OF 1927 5 E S 2 sa 2 S 2 The Greatest Aid to obtain Success, is to "Live Within Your Means," Q 3 E "Pay CASH As You Go Along," "CARRY Your Own Burden," and 2 E "Work and Save." S z M ES Q E Follow These Simple Rules, and S E Success Will Be Yours. E N Z S S 3 E H CASHSICARRY 5 S W.J.EVERS E E HOLSTEIN, IOWA 2 E N -. 2 E san g N Z '-3 F E P 2 Cn F11 2 20 cn 0 2 N 2 E if 3 H N A 2 fi 2 z F 0 R E E es N EE K a HARDWARE, PLUMBING Sz HEATING 2 N N E M Q Phone 115 3 ' 2 N 1 H Q "HARDWARE FOR HARD WARE" E I 54 E S W E 3 M N E g N N E 3 N g E SHENZHENIHEMZNENZWENZNZNENZNZHZNZMZHZHZMENZMEHZNEHEHEHENEHZNEHEWZHZNZNEN NZHN E N Z N Z N 2 W Z H 2 W 3 H 3 G-'S w I f nv, I. ,Ula I Al 1 lg -1' X x 'Q ' R X x W E N Z N E N Z N Z N I H I H I HZHH ENENZNZHEHZMZHENZHZMZNZHZNSHENEHEWEWEWEWENEHEWEHEWEWSMWEWEWENEWE EHEWSWEHZHE EMEWZHENENZHZNZHZHZ NEWZHZMZWZNZHZNZNEHZMZHZNZNZNZHEHZNZWZNZMZHZHZHZHZHEWZNZHZNZHZHZHEHZHZN2HZHZHZWZNZNZNZHZNZWZMZNZ PERSONS AND SCENES OF NOTE M H E ' N N 1 , Z 3 H M E Z M N Z ZNEHZHZHZHZHEHEHEMZNZMEHZWEHEHEHEHEMEHEHEHERENZMZHZNZHZNZNZHZMZNZMENEHEN NEMZNZNENENZNZNZNENZNENZHENEWZNEWEEENEWERZNZMZHZNZNZMENZMZHZNZNZHZWZMZHI MORNINGSIDL' OIL C0. PENNFIELD MOTOR AND TRACTOR OILS - VEEDOL OIL 1001, PURE PENNSYLVANIA OIL Oup Grease Dark Hog Oil Axle Grease Medicated Hog Oil Trans Grease Stock Dip i100-11 No. 1 Neatsfoot Harness Oil Harvester Oil SINCLAIR GAS AND KEROSENE High Grade Uniform Quality Phone A11 Orders to STATION 92-B TRUCK MAN 334 ...gl-.- A. A. I-IERMECKE 92-A B. L. STROHM, PRESIDENT DESSEL LUMBER CO. Dealer in All Kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL Where Quality and Price Count HOLSTEIN, IOWA NINENENZNEN3NENEHEHZHZNZNEMEMENENZNENZNENEHEHZMENENENXHENEHENZNZNENEHEH 1 , --Ti U. siaaanaiaawamasaaaam iw' o i- X - jk , I aawawmaaisawziaanaia E 1 Q t- A X 1 E ..t:ge-- WZNZWEWEH V ZNZMZHEHE LOVE AFFAIRS IH . . . . Z4 Z' Paul W.-"I get a kick out of it every time I kiss W ee ,, :Z gg Charlotte. N gg George W.-"That's funnyg she doesn't object to S H mine " E 2 ' N ZNEWZ HZHZM MXN Verna R.-"Did Thomas say anything dove-like about me?" 2 . , as 2 Otto H.-"Yes, he said you were pigeon-toed." E W eeeeee 2 WEN ENE Evelyn Hansen-"just think, Kenneth put his arm 5 around me five times last night." S ea Evelyn K.-"Goodness, I didn't know he had such a zz E i I ' long arm." 2 a . , me a S , . i john Kuchel's new song, which he sings to Har- 51 S riet B.:- 5 2 as WEHEWSM O 5 5 ::5:n"' 5 - D-'Eve 5? ...F "' fb :ro :U : gc 2 .,, 5 U' E nr u-s EE' N ' 9 2 N 54 UI 5. mazcaazw NE EN M44 2 9' Can you imagine the girl who didn't know she was E S being kissed when the thing was going on 3 ta 6. fn-if A411 a right under her nose. 2 ,E Sehvr I H+ 2 S . 5 2 N 2 Dorothy Flanagan-"I've only had one E Q date since we quarrelledf' - x E 3 maiinda K.-"Well, isfrf that quite a J - 3 E bit?" A E na Dorothy-"Not in this case." K 0 2 , at E Gertrude H.-"This is a dative case." E ,E erases ' Q E George W.-"Is that twelve bells?" I Z Charlotte-"No, dumb-bell, that's only Q E one. We've got eleven hours to it Q go' E 5' Thomas L.-"They say people who are E N direct opposite make the best 3 3 . es iw marriages." 2 E Clay K.-f'Yeah, that's wh I'm lookin S I Y g 53 for a girl with a lot of mone ." , N 5 Y I,-A E M fix . 3 E Mr. Soth-"What three words are used rc 5 L 'C 5 bf 2 S most among college students?" 0 2 E "I don't know," said the student. I1 111. 5 EN MZ NEW Z H 1 H Z N Z H I H E N Z H E M E N E N E H E N Z H E N E H E M E H E M E M E N E H Z H E M Z M E H 2 N Z H E M E H Z M 3 H 3 M E M Z N Z H E653 "Correct," replied Mr. Soth. ...- ZHZNZNEHENEHZHZNZHZHZHZNZWENZ N E N Z N E N E N Z H Z N 3 N 2 H Z H Z H 2 H 3 N Z H Z W Z M E H E H Z H E W Z H M E M E N E M 2 M Z H Z E H Z N 3 H 3 H Z H 2 Z H E H2NEHZHZNEHZNEHZWZHZMZHEHENEE Congratulations To You, Boys and Girls, of The 1927 Class In years to come, don't live to Eat, but eat to Live, and SHENZHEN 83 EE .eg 33' P-rf 0.3.9 35 .41-r CD ei ga 'Da Ss: rn'4 EPUI ... Us E-2. 214 CD 'Ss Es. 8'8- 2,92 53' 0.5 E14 QI 2 35? ZHZNZWZ 5 CH RLEY ARMIGER E The Home of Choice Reading Material E E HOLSTEIN, IOWA E E E i E E i i ii E i ' 2 ZHZH NZHZ HOLSTEI TUR ER HALL as as E ESTABLISHED isss E LE First of all we want to extend to the Holstein High School graduates 2 Z . . N H many profitable and successful years of pleasure and business. Z ZHZN NZHZ Next, we want to take this opportunity of offering you our services and co-operation during the years to come. 2 is 2 Few people, we believe, realize just how helpful an institution such E E as this can be to the individual. Few people take the fullest possible advan- H su . 2 E tage of the instruction offered by the physical training classes. Few people E Z outside of the members of our organization realize the enjoyable social Q Q times that are held within our club rooms, and the private dancing parties 2 S held in our spacious hall. We invite you to become a member and enjoy our 2 E privileges when you deem it advisable to join such an institution. 2 ee E The HolStein Turnverein was organized 41 years ago and has never 2 Z 2 failed to support all good and beneficial activities of the Town of Holstein. S E See us about individual dancing parties, social times, or card parties. Our Q 2 rooms are always to be had at a reasonable charge. E EZHZHZWZNZ M Z H Z SZ BG EZ Z Bi Z B5 EZ E5 Z B5 EZ BG 33 Di SZ Ei EZ E5 55 99 52 SG EZ 55 Si Ei EZ Si ZZ BG EZ 55 Z 55 52 SG E SS SZ Ui ZZ D5 EZ 95 EZ Bi ZZ Gi EZ 55 EZ S5 SE Bi 23 Ei 5 Bi EZ E3 EZ ES ZHZHZNZHZH C. J. WOHLENBERG, MANAGER . ,um ZNXWN E H Z N Z H E U-5 EZ H Z N Z Q H fl X Y 'I 1 lan, ,ffh A Al I 3 'fl' X x W ZZ N Z N 2 N Z W Z H 2 H I H I ZHIHH EHEWZHEHZHZHZNZNENZNZNZN2NZNZWEWZWEWEWZWZWEWEWEWEWEHEWHEWEHENEHENEWZWZNENEWENEH3HZWENZHZHZHZNZN ZHZNZHZNKNEWZHEWZNZMZHZWZHENZNZHZNZHZW WZHZNZHZNENZNZHZMZMZNZNZNZH NZHZHENZHZHZ ZNZNZHZHENZHZN N ZNEMZN Z H E N 'ZS' Di E H 53 IFS E N EE M 53 H Z H Z N 2 EPS E N E GS ZS U5 E N! Iii B13 E H Z N E B5 E EQ 53 Di E L28 Z3 H 53 N Z N Z B19 Z N Z W Z H Z 59 Z H E H Z , M Z M Z N Z NZNZNZH SENIORS LONG AGO Z MZWZWENENENENEHENZNZHZWZNEHZN3NZN3NENENENENEWZNZNZHZHEMEMIHZMZHEHEHEHEHI BAUER 8: BAUER H HZ Nz I O r' cn -H E Z 5 2 P 2 BILLIARDS AND POOL 2 CIGARS, SOFT DRINKS, CANDY 5 Q YUUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED Q MOTIQN PICTURES E The amusement, the enlightenment of the millions of the earth, the E ZH HZHZ HZNZWZ master pastime, the diversion of the Prince and the pauper, the solace of the sorrowing, seeking relief from care, the diversion of the masses, the romance and delight of the entire family. 3 N H Z Z N 3 THE SCENIC THEATRE ENZMENZHENZNZNZNZHZNEHEMZHZHZHZNZWZNENENEHZHZHZH HENENZHZHEHEHZHZHEHZMEH A , fn? NZNZNEMEHEHEHEHEN f" Q 'N-- EWEWZWEHEWZHEWENE x F H HEWZWEHZWEH F. i if ,I I ZWEHZHEHZHE THE JOY OF CLASSES E ! if X: Harvey-"When will water stop run- E S L. x ning down hill?" lg E 13,14-fi :ij iviaiinda K.-"I don't know." 5 E Vi .5 V.-Glyn Harvey-"When it gets to the bottom." 5 3 1,5-AQ eeeeae gf E 29 WI Louella W,-+"What do you know about 2 S war? You never shot a gun." Q Q Alfhild S.-"I did, wo, and if had a 2 S E by 4 bullet in it." 2 E ' eeeeee 5 E Miss Sellers-"How are muscles fas- Q E A V ltexdw W h 1 2 5: ioa est-" it ten- enn nais." N E RQ -399599 P y S E W M The Miss Kratz-"What are animals hoofs E 5 We WA" V W om used for?" 3 RENEW MZZN W7 Av- gg! ,S 0 ,. Harry B.-"To walk on." eeeeee - .i - . , ,, N E Miss Steele- What is meant when I say, l love, you love, he loves ? E E Arthur P.-"One of those triangle things where they all get shot." 2 E ewes-2 Q E Henrietta S.-"Do you know that they raise lemons, prunes and nuts in Q E California?" Q 5 Paula A.-"Oh, that's nothing. They raise cows here." 2 3 Q H - .. . 2 Miss SteeleA What is meant by strategy? 3 5 Arthur B.-"When you run out of ammunition and you don't want the enemy Ex, Q to know it, it's strategy to keep on firing." Q F3 WE X X X 2 Q Poetry written by a junior after taking Eng- E 5 lish Literature: 3 E Heboltsasandwichandsomebeans, r-f Apieceortwoofpieg Andgulpsacupofcoffeedown Whileyoucanbatyoureye. ee-me-we Miss Waterhouse-"If the cash price of an article is 5510, what are the installment terms?" NZNEHZMEHEWZHZ THEHQMENZNZHZ E Madonna-"Ten dollars down and a dollar a ' E week." me S E 2 Miss Porter-"Who invented the arc light?" E N Sid S.-"Noah." E E aww- S gg The meanest man we know of is the warden Qg,nJ,,u,Fl'-l1r'4"' - 2 E who put a tack in the electric chair.- hom-15 LWS7' f"" Q E Arizona Kittykat. fm BG 2 2 as HZ E W E H R H E H E H E H E M E N E H 3 H E N E H E H E N E H E H E N E M 3 M E M E H Z H E H E H E M E M E H E H E M E N E H E H E N E M E M E63 WEHZHEMZNZHENEMENENEHEWENENEMZNENZHEHZHZMEEHEHENSHEHEHENENZNENENZHENZNZM Z H N E E N N 2 ZHZH NEWS DIERKS' GARAGE 3 as N 2 z sa ea -le zz 2 su ss zz 2 rx: ZNZHZHZ WZHEWEW We Back and Guarantee Each and Every Repair Job, no matter what make of car or the kind of trouble. E N N Z Z H N --'-" Z E M N Z Z H UD 3 O CD '-H v-: C-' O F' C5 O I5 CD P+ 93 I5 'L '4 P-H I3 FU CD 99 E1 5 CD U3 CD E 2 5 i E E If You Want Peace of Mind, 2 5 Bring Your Car Here E E -7. 5 Z N zz , as gf Phone No. 201 Holstein, Iowa. 5 3 4 2 3 N N Z E ' 2 ZHZHEMZMEMZ -5 I H O F' U FU FJ E E' ll! '11 un FU S ZHENZMENENZ THE HULSTEIN LUMBER GU. ZH H E We make a specialty of supplying your wants in the Manual Training De- E 5 partment. We carry in stock plain White and Red Oak and Mahogany cabinet E E finish lumber, as well as White or Yellow Pine finish lumber. We also carry S 2 a complete stock of veneered panels, in Plain Oak, Yellow Pine, Fir, Birch 3 E and Mahogany. Remember that we have a planing mill in connection and 5 Q are equipped to supply your special needs. S N , 2 E No order is too small for our attention, for we appreciate the small orders 2 2 as well as the big ones. S ea 2 S E a is 2 NZ Z A. P. CLAUSEN NZM Z H E H Z H Z H Z N Z M E N Z N E H E M Z H Z H E W E H E N E H E H E H Z H E H E N 3 H E M E N E H Z M E K Z N E H E E M 3 3 3 H E E EGG 1 -..- .., 0, f . I Smsawaaaaawauaeaaa 5 ' 1 N - jf , Q ' , eiaaaamamawawzwasaag 2 . -- -, E se ss EZ N N is 2 as EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! E as 3 E Reporter-"I knew a man, married for thirty years, who stays at home every 2 N night." 2 S M. Hahn fwith feelingj-"Oh, that IS LOVE." Q 3 Reporter-"Oh! No! It's Rheumatismf' E S HHN 2 S Miss Sellers-"What holds bones in place?" 2 E Willie M.-"Gravity." M E ec-me Q 2 Mr. Soth-"How were General Lee and General Grant dressed when Lee sur- E rendered to Grant?" 5 2 Arman B.-"Lee had on a Confederate suit, but Grant had on only an old Union E as suit." 3 E aeeee if E Irving S.-"I hear you have a new job with the railroad company." S E Ray. Miller-"Yes. You know the man that goes alongside the train and taps 5 S the axles to see if everything is all right. Well, I help him listen." S Z -:Heat si N 3 Q Helen R.-"I see they sent two of the Metropolitan Opera people to jail." 2 2 Zelma W.-"Where did they send them?" gg 2 Helen-"Sing Sing." MH' 3 N 3 E Martha P.-"Say, Dad, can you tell me the common divider of l00?" Q 2 Mr. Paulsen-"For Pete's sake, are they looking for that? They were look- lg E ' ing for that when I went to school." . 5 2 eeec-ae as E Miss Kratz-"What are oats used for?" E 3 Herman R.-"Puffed Wheat." ss E 3 Q Miss Steele-"Try this sentence, 'Take the cow out of the lot.' What mood?" E 2 Gordon W.-"The cow." S H -be-x--be , 3 E Mr. Anderson Qin chemistryb--"If you want a thing well done-" E Arman B.-"Order it rard' Q Q esac-ee if Barber-"Shall I cut your hair close?" 5 E Miss Kratz-"No. Stand off as far as possible." 2 g aeaeet- E Miss Waterhouse-'What are you standing there for?" Q E Ronald M.-"Nothing." ga E Miss W.-"Well, mgve on. If everybody stood in one place, how would the 2 3 rest get past." N N Z 2 NNN M E Miss Steele-"Irving, give me a sentence containing the word 'cavort'." E 2 Irving S.-"Every morning the milkman leaves us a 'cavort' of milk. 3 E aes:--ae E 3 Miss Kratz-"Can you tell me the name of an animal peculiar to Australia?" E Q Afhild S.-"The rhinocerosf' S Q Miss Kratz-"Wrong, That animal is not found in Australia." S E Alfhild-"Well, that's exactly why it would be peculiar." E N ENZHZHZNEHEMZNENEMZHZMENZMENEHEHZMEHEMZNENEHZNZHEHENZHZHEHZNZHZHZMZNEHE N ZH3 H Z N E W 3 N Z H E N Z N E W Z N Z H Z N 2 H Z H I H Z H 3 H Z H E H Z H E H Z N Z N E N Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z M 2 N Z H 2 H Z H 2 H 2 MEIN ZHZHZNZHZHZNZHZWZH HZHZHZNZH ZHZNZWZ CONGRAT L TIONS T0 THE CLASS OF 1927 H Whatever you may choose for your life7s vocation, we wish you HZNZNZHZHZHE ZHZNENZHEWZM the greatest success. TELL HIM NOW! l be . , z E If with pleasure y.ou are viewing i E 5 g Any work a man is doing, E: na i lf ou like it or approve it tell him now. 3 H U O I3 H, Eff F? 5' D' 9. D- "4 O I 'I 93 'U 'U '1 O U' W :. O 5 .. 2 N 2 i Till the pastor makes oration, 2 i And he lies with snowy lilies on his brow, l 2 x . For, no matter how you shout it, 1 Bl E t He won't hear a word about it- S E , He won't know how many teardrops you 3 E E have shed. 5 E 5 If you think some praise is due him, E N Now's the time to give it to him, 3 E i He can't read what's on his tombstone 2 3 3 when he's dead. E Q More than fame and more than money i Is the comment, kind and sunny, - E And the hearty, warm approval of a friend, E For it gives his life a savor, 3 E 5 And it makes him stronger, braver, 2 x i And it gives him heart and spirit to the end. N E If he earns your praise, bestow itg E , Now's the time to let him know it- Let the words of true encouragement be ' 1: . Bl M said. E E Do not wait till life is over, Q z E And he's underneath the clover, 2 E He can't read what's on his tombstone E E when he's dead. -Exchange. 2 3 M E H 5 2 HOLSTEI PRODUCE CO N 5 ' E N 3 3 ee 5 .E M 2 ENZNENZNENZNZNENENZHZHENZHZHENENEWENENENENENEWEMENZWEHZNENEHENRHEHZNENEN W2 2 2 as 2 as 2 2 2 me 2 sa 2 ss 2 as 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ea 2 se 2 as 2 sa 2 so 2 se 2 as 2 as 2 as 2 se sa 2 ea 2 La 2 as 2 is 2 is 2 2 2 2 2 se 2 sa La 2 2 2 is 2 2 2 2 22 sz 2 2 O as 5 3 N W H 0111 " th B 11 3 5 ff 3 6 es HUGO LORENZEN E H . E Th H lst I M t 5 Steaks, Ghousmloasts ff 0 ce an 2 E Every order receives our careful ' 5 5 attention-Q Befult-you get H0 Always on the job when it comes E 1I1f'3l'101' meat- to keeping things cool and har- Q E ...l... monious around the home. S S Also Headquarters for ,,,,,,, 2 3 N ' - Z Z High grade cufed Mea'tS'.Lo0se Just put your Ice Card in the Win- S 5 Wlles cookles and Fme dow and We'11 be there 2 E Groceries ' 5 S ...,... -"PN E NZM ZH? ZHZ I H CD 3 S' E 2. Q: CD Dv E' P' EE 52 gl gm 23 Sw H51 4 Em 555 eb CD E11 cn NZM 2 N H Z Z MEAT MARKET -+- M E 2 Q Ferd Brechwald, Prop. Phone 422-A Q S l 2 Z - N H E Z , N N ' E E M N E 2 W E W ANT YOU TO KNO W --- 2 S S 5 that our best Wishes include each and every member Q is of the 1927 Class. , 2 E Z Z M N Z s AND TO THE BOYS s 3 N E We want to say, that We can be very helpful to them in selecting the 5 Q Better Kind of Clothes. We represent some of the biggest and best: 2 E Tailoring Establishments, and Fit, Style, Quality and Price are guar- E 5 anted by them and by us. 5 E E E Our Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Department E 5 of Ladles' or Gents' Garments gives prompt service. E 2 00000000 3 BlLL'S CLEANING SHOP IHEHEHSNEHZHENZMZMZNEHZNZNENEHENEHENENZHENEHZHZMEHEWZWENZHZNZHZHZHENEMEN ZNEHZ H 3 H 2 M E H E H E N 3 H E H 2 N Z N Z N E N E N Z N Z W E H Z H 2 H Z W Z N E N Z N E N Z W Z H 2 N Z N Z H 2 H Z N Z H Z W Z H Z H Z H Z NZHEH E55 GHZ 3? Z ,lx ..... mia N 2 ee H m.,. Z KNEW E! 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H E N 22 H Z M Z H Z H Z H Z M H Z H Z M Z N Z N E H Z M EW HZHZBEENENEMZBSXNEHZNZMZNENZMZMZNEMENENZNZBSZNZSSZNENZNZNENENEHEIIIMIMZNZNEHI I H N E E N E 00000000 E Si E 5 T H E E E E E M QQ 99 2 HOLSTEIN ADVANCE 5 E M. R. HUESCHEN, PUBLISHER 3 is 3 E .-fu 2 E s E OFFICIAL PAPER OF IDA COUNTY . 1 E E 5 2 -+- f af 5 2 2 I 3 N E PUBLISHED AT Q 2 1 E E M 2 HOLSTEIN, IOWA 5 3 M E LOCATED IN THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE STATE E E 5 2 ..,.. S E E M E COMPLETE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT E N N E 00000000 5 2 N E 5 51 E IWIHIWEHZNZNENENEHE ENRBSENENENZNESSZNEHZSGZHEMENZMENZNENEMEHZHZNE ZNZNEHEH ZH3 H Z N E M Z N Z N Z N I N Z N Z N Z N Z N Z N E N Z H Z H E N Z H Z W 2 M E N Z W Z M 3 M Z N Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H 2 M 2 H Z Hill Hzwzsmw I I wmezwzma NZNZHZHZHZNZHZHZ ZNZHZNZNZHZWZHZ TCD A GREATER SCHOCJL HEHN ZHZ2 E n 1 HE gf Your School Days may seem to you, young folks, to i 2 E be over, but the fact is, that you are just passing from one E 5 school to a greater school-the school of life-and the lessons E S E 5 you will have to leam there will be leamed through, some- E E times, painful experience. S E T S E N i There is one lesson, and probably the most important 5 3 9 1 of all lessons, that you must leam if you are to be a success J HZNIHZHIH ZNZHZMZ as in life and that lesson is the lesson of thrift. 5 E i Getting ahead is so closely associated with a savings - E E 3 account that the two are inseparable. They go hand in hand. Q E The realization of ambition is attained by saving, and there L E E Q are no short cuts. S E 1 c S E , Realize now that the measure of a man's success is L S is E not his income, rather is it what he accumulates. I 2 E i 1 E fs Start saving now and the habit will stay with you E E through life, and go far towards determining the measure of 3 E i your success. l E as E Z 2 ss u ' 3 Iii ZHZM ZZNZHZHZNZHZ H Z H Z E9 EZ Bi Z B5 E3 EQ EZ Ei E! 55 SE B5 53 E5 E3 55 EZ 99 ZZ 55 Z Si Z BS Z 59 EE BS Z 95 Z GS EE B5 EZ Bi EE 95 EE Si 53 S5 ZZ Ei EE SS 52 SG SE BG Z BS EZ 95 E Ei EE Bi E5 S5 Z Bi 52 Si 3WZHZNZHZNZN HOLSTEIN SAVINGS BAN HOLSTEIN, IOWA 2WEHZHZHZHZHINZNZHIHER!MENZNEHZHZHZHZNZHINZHZHZNEHZNZNZNZHZHHZNZHZHZHZNZMZMZHZHZNZHZHZNZWZNZHZHZMZHEHZHZH KWSNEHEHZNZNEHZHZMZHEMEWEWZH SAVING MONEY S A GAM N any game worth the playing, there is always re- quired brain, brawn and endurance. Saving money is such a game for it requires the bodily health that enables one to eam money in the first place. It requires brain power and will power to see the advantage of saving and to find ways and means of making it possible. And most of all it requires endurance. A Many people can start saving on the impulse of a good intention or the desire for some good things, but the one who wins in this game must keep ever- lastingly at it. But unlike many another game, success in sav- ing brings material rewards as well as mental satis- faction and bodily comfort. The successful Saver gets what he wants, rests secure in the knowledge of his independence and sleeps soundly with no worries of a financial nature to dis- turb his slumbers. Get into the game of saving now while you are young. Leam the rules and the plays by opening a savings account at this bank and when you acquire the habit of saving you will have acquired something that will profit you all the days of your life. t FIRST STATE B HOLSTEIN, IOWA Officers Directors A. N. Bertelsen, President A. N. Bertelsen Emil Lage, Vice President Emil Lage T. E. Linder, Cashier Wm. Thede E. L. Hatch, Ass't. Cashier H. C. Hansen L. C. Bauer, Ass't. Cashier H. j. Leonard S H E N 2 H E H Z N Z H Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H 2 H Z H 2 H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z W 2 N E N Z H Z H Z N Z H 2 H Z Hi 32 H Z H Z H 2 H Z H Z E NZHZNZWZHZHZMZNZH NZMZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZNENZNZZHENZHZNZHZHZNZHEHZHZNZHZHZHE as Z a a me ze w a ea a N zz sa 2 N za na is as :3 me z sa 2 is 2 as a ee z as x as z H 2 ee z es 2 na 3 sa ZH ZH HZ Z Z Z T H E GREEN LANTERN C A F E INVITES YOUR PATRONAG E Special Chicken Dinners on Sundays and Wednesdays SCDA FOUNTAIN SERVICE SCHROEDER'S TRUCK SERVICE R. F. SCHROEDER, PROP. ..q.-- We Do All Kinds of TRUCKING Both Long and Short Hauls ..+.. Y 0 U R LIVESTOCK is properly handled when We haul it. ..+.. We're ready when you areg just call PHONE 4415 SNRHEHEMZHEWEHZWZN HIllHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHZHZHZHEHZWZHZHZNZHZHZHZNENZNZHZHZNZHZNHZNZHZHZHZHZHZNZH HZNZNZHEHZHZHZHZHZHZHSWZHEH A. C. HANSEN, President J. II. BLEASDELL, Secretary F. G. CHAPMAN, Vice President T. E. LINDER, Treasurer Board of Control HENRY BREMER C. C. WOHLENBERG R. L. STUBBS THE HOLSTEIN COMMUNITY CLUB HOLSTEIN, IOWA MFOR A BIGGER AND BETTER COMMUNITY" Z H Z H 3 W Z N Z H Z N Z M Z H 2 H Z H Z M E H 2 H 2 H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z W E H Z H Z N E H Z N Z H Z H Z H 2 Z H 3 H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z 2 ZHZMENZNZNZNZHZNZNZN2HZHZHZHZHZMEHEHZWZHZNZMEHZHZNZHZNZHZENZHZNZNRNTHEWZNZN2N2H2N2HZN2H2H3NZWZHZHZHZR3I WEZM MSIE I H 3 Z H Z Bl I 58 B B! 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