Glenwood City High School - Messenger Yearbook (Glenwood City, WI)

 - Class of 1934

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NC6tlHQ, Edward Peterson, Cyrwl Lyons, and ornson were aga1n elected as Pres1dent, VlC6 , and Treasurer, wlth Dor1s Hall as Secretary n was chosen as adt1ser, a1d she h s COHtlDU9d 1 thruu n o the 1nd We aorrec1ate her unt1r1ng ur bedall r tae able d1F6Cf'OH of flSS Na1rn, we preserted r lay AND PO A E T D from the proceeds We to 111ance the JUHlOF Sen1or Banquet Members ound ll Athlet1cs, on the ECIO staff, 1n aid of odurse, lH IQSIC. 1 hard to ze 1128 now that our Hlgh schoo career lS HON cz u on us, y t 'e 'n we are de have edgo ward t nfarlv e ded Our amb1t1on of ldur vcars ago , loacl real1t3 ACtlVltJGS are so presslng t a e s 1ct11e wonder nv ue 1re 1n schoo , ow tha+ ther SHOLWG be done, and 1F do1ng them velo rg Jnyslcallv, nentallv ard norall ' fcd our H1th School worl, ard have looked for raduat1on, but we 1no1 that when wt does come, w l mean Th end Ol schoo a1s fox somc of us, an how we W1 w1ll lonb and also an other ll Wlob we could begln aga1n as Freshmen' We remember tre Bovery Brawl DlV0D Ly the JUHlOFS, the Banquet, our class play, THT YELLOW SHADO , events ol our f1nal ycar ln G C H Q ,-N x x Q Y -X X W Y X Y Y t X . 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A A o A Q So -1 N X N ax N X X X N X In Memoriam FRNFST CADWELL 1'-316 1934 Last year I felt and loved eternal sprlng P01 me the gallant v1s1on never dlmmed Xs baoyant hfe went on and thoughts took wxng Fach day was l1ke a lyrlc flower trxmmed W1th blrd notes maklng joyous melody Whlle tlme was weaving dreams of fantasy Het weep not nor lndulge 1n mournful ecstasy For God so plans beyond our translent way 'lhat Deatn ltself doth heal the bltter Stlng Of pertmg Death IQ Everlastlng Day 4 4 . - , , , . . . ,v l 1 ' ' ' r . . - . 1 . , . . W V . y 7 . . l , . . . . .,. I .. . Dons Hall C 1118 Glee Club 4 Fx ttmporaneous Read mg 2 Her per sonallty makes her a welcome c ompamon Ldw ard Peterson letlcs 1 2 3 WUSIC 1 2 3 4 e Yellow Shadow 4 Oratory 4 Tho I am young I scorn to flxt on the xungs of borrowed Presldent X7lC6 Presldent Treasurer Secr tary AdV1S6T Cyrll Lyons letlcs 1 2 3 MISICI 2 3 4 And Home Came Ted 3 Messenger Staff 4 Men are seldom bles sed wlth good looks and common sense at Charles Jackelen A IGIICS 1 2 3 4 And Home Came Ted The Yellow Shadow 4 Messen ger Staff 4 A fellow who IS nev er afrald ln the dark a Jolly good lark Edward Peterson Cyrll Lyons Charles Jackelen Dorls Hall Mxss Nalrn He v, ho nndeth knowledge findeth llfe Amerxcan Beauty Old Rose and Szlver For the span of years allotted to us we are all runners runners ln the race of l1fe Success is th ot of those who endure best for endurance IS always needed 1f the runner IS to reach hxs ultlmate oal Whatever the goal It wlll best be reached by those who have untlrmg endurance and persevez Selected ' 3 1 - Ath , , , 43 Ath '. , , , 43 th '. , , , 5 4 ' . .' - ll , , , 3 "Th l L ' , , , 3 " " . 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To those who reach the goal, to them are given the laurels Mm nll ljoc Boots Xnd Home Came Ted 3 Football 4 tx nltnt mcn are xftel all the best of men no a L ulson f lrls tlee Club Z That she works XSIV hard you may see by her card Ht lc n Holmes Holmsle l rho Staff 2 4 And Home Lame Ted 3 Ilbxary Club 3 4 Edltor of Messenger Wlth her ablllty conndcnce and L atherme .Iatkelen Kate Xnd Home Lame Ted 3 Echo Staff 3 4 Lxbrary Club 3 4 Messenger Staff 4 None but herself could be her palallel Lonstunce Johnson Connxe GIFIS Glee Club 3 The world IS no better lf we worry Llfe IS no longer lf we hurry Stanley Johnson Johnnv Athletlcs 1 2 3 4 The Yellow Shadow 4 Messenger Staff 4 Class Treasurer 3 He s clever and Wllllng 1n all a good sport A bralny but bashful and dlfferent sort Dorls Kroger Do Debate 1 4 Orchestra 1 2 4 Messenger Staff 4 The Yellow Shadow 4 Speak boldly and speak truly Shame the devll Harrlet Langseth Molly Gxrl Scouts 1 And Home Came Ted 3 The Yellow Shadow 4 Blythe and gay she tr vels on her way , :th " .- "l4'1' sn' 2 1 ' 2 ' S . Y' l iz "Vi' 1. , 4 . . 1. . 1 - . , 1 " Q., , . , .. . ,. . 1 - ' v 1 v ,' ' 1 ' , 3 ' . 4. perseverence all things are attainable." ,. , 1 , , I v 1 v ' , 3 1 ' . . . .. . ' . 44 , vw - ,,,, .. g . l. , . - . , -1 .. . V I , v I -L . l. H , . .. . , , - ,, . ,, , . . ,, ., . . , , 44 " nn n v " , a . . Geneva Lewis "Jennie" Class Secretary 13 Debate 33 'tAnd Home Caine Ted" 33 "The Yellow Shadow" 4. "Trustworthy, loyal, and a good sport." Esther Lyons "Molly" Girls Glee Club 43 Messenger Staff 4. "Her work she never shirks, And underneath a good pal lurks." Dorothy McGee "Dot' Girls Glee Club 4, Messenger Staff 43 "The Yellow Shadow" 4, Highlight Staff 4. "A good little girl who does what she's told And never makes the teachers grow old." Merwin McGee "Mickey' "The Yellow Shadow" 45 Boy Scouts 2. "We all like the Irish, and Merwin is no exception." Lucille Peterson "Cile' Music 1, 2, 3, 43 'lAnd Home Came Ted 33 Library Club 3, 43 Messenger Staff 4. "Happy-go-lucky, without a. care, May her future life be just as fair." Marguerite Rasmussen "Marnie" Music 15 Campfire 1, 2, 33 "And Home Came Ted" 33 Messenger Staff 4. "Ready to work, ready to play, Ready to help wherever she may." Mary Reuter "Mary Orchestra 1. "Quietly she works away, Faithful to every duty." Helen Seim "SY Music 1, 2, 35 Echo Staff 4, Messenger Staff 4. "Gene lly speaking, she's generally speaking. at 4 i X K , . 1 ti 'rx -3 I 1 I Q 4 X 5 I T 1 v Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 "And Home Came Ted" 3' v vu '- ir.: Q X. lA N - . - L l s on 1 Shep 1rd IS mc C lrl Scouts VS host Joys are as deep as the ocean VN hmm nnsfortune-1 as llght as Its foam X lllllt Slmonson P nuts Une acfompllshes more bv sllente than by speech Don llrl Statsholt DKIUHIC Stlll thev gazed and stxll then wonder grew th 11 ont small head mould carry all he knew Matilda Tlegen T1ll1e Sho s Lllke to us all She s llked by us '1ll Football 4 Basketball Manager 4 And Home Came Ted 3 Meseenger Staff 4 I wonder how they ll manage to run thls school wlthout me Ahce Vlold MUSIC 1 2 3 Messenber Staff It s nlce to be natural when you re naturally nlce Adellne Zleladorf AZy Glrls Glee Club 2 4 Mxxed Chorus 4 We hear her so l1ttle we know her not lfl. oC9.4,a.N Qazlu-f""" al-lfvv.fbQ 'K-Kb-v,z0lf1-Own., .ftfoam fnubf '1- 7452? ,M +42f WTZW A-Jil, ,L,4--f-A4 4--J-1 ffl-'Q 0vv'6fu V4fvfAf VQJV M' If Ayr"-V' LJ!-f IH ofgl in 1 ,1,4,U41i4q4-V-fvfvfc'-1 P0 fuvq' LC! rz1,fw0u 1 MJ ' f-vt 0u.4,y1 0x2 rfffqxg,-c QA -6,41 ,Lv-I 5-og! 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'Fm y The play as '?Fbm 8 11g to end Upor the FlSC df urta1n, a -tae mxw lux ound lylng on t leer co oner n .louf ar,4eal1ed to e a'n111 h Fc d v1th th c, Q I Maeklln' reocomat1v e w are assurexxefvive a d correct so UtlOH a t v t e dead 1an 1 545150 1nen eo Jed, the queer husband o 1 ll w 0 nt1n ually ees Vl 1on of Uoatty bgtterfll r clno and s ulfllq q 1rre1 e , who tF1G to e toe 1 e bottle of nltro glyccrlnc to be thrown a t n f r place Tr aCt1OW of Won Song, tw CHITHTS , 1th H15 1rab111+y to answer the que t1ons a ved PlH c u a g eat deal of u O1ClOD to be out upon h1m, how 11 dren s kll napped and 1 ly return 1n a deep secret She 1 Ma kelln aw e o r dlS8OUe ance a s e 1 root, CFC511Ug' Badb s a11 oaoer found on the reve h1m to be Gerald Lloyd, a 1ew paper tan -t c con v H1010 of +1 oedoox t e attori 3 and hi ee- 11.e, Won Son r ea tured and held for as rO C lFTOC b a U S Secret Ser a 5 to o 1 1s 10D So end the my t ry of the HYel1ow Shad W tl t lurke around VlOWCFC t and tFlCd to eau trovble fo the oecu pant of the hou So are the lDlOCOlt proved gu11ty and the crazy na1, who bCl1CVCd lH 111 loo b1rd , proved lHHOCCWt The ca t lHClUdCd Nell 1F8V1S hou ul per t Vi re t C3thGFlDC Jackelen Gllbort WF1 ht attorney for the lwte Maxwell M3FVlU Cyrll Lyon A1100 Pcr11ns M11dFCd'S chum Harrlet Lang oth M11drcd MaFV1H she ra 1nhor1ted the o tate of Maxwell Marvln Dorothy McGee Hazel Wayne M1ldrcd's COuSlH DOFI Kro er Jed Travis appears to bO1lCVC in g11ly1oo birds Edward Peterson Herbert Marvln he has l1ved LH Slngapore Charles Jackelen ShOF1ff Maeklln he has taken a Hdeteckat1veU Course Stanley Johnson J. 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' .V U 'IOP ROW grgpkson Gavlc Shepard Angell Ra mussen Johnson Brodale DeSm1th Lacktorln e man SEC OND ROW Mlss Boddy Monson Ryan Star IXUIIY Telgen Busch Hellmer Damelzuk Ohman Schultz Hall Kobcrsteln FI-IIPD ROVN Fraher Kyle Busch Lundberg Johnston Powers Glllls Obelmueller Jackelen Lands verk' Mahoney Pohl Berken Presldent Ethel Kyle X ICQ Presldent John Telgen Advxser MISS Boddy Conquermg and stlll to conquer Sweet pea Orchxd and pale pmk Junlor Chronology Into the portals of scholarly learmng we entered nalvely and meekly Immedxately we were xecogmzed as the largest and most rgnorant class ln school We know we have dlmmxshed the former and we hope we have overcome the latter Our one slgn ot mtellxgence nn the first year was our elec tlon ot the followlng offlc-ers Harrlet Kobersteln Presldent Richard MBTWIH succeeded by John Telgen Vxce Presxdent Jane Johnston Secretary Rebecca Fraher Treasurer and Mlss Schlafer Advlser In our Sophomore year we made ourselves known by some outstandmg lndlvldual accomplish ments Vle echleved second and thlrd places IH Oratory flrst ln Declamatory first ln Extemporan ous Readlng sent live SO10lStS to the muslc contest provlded the pxesldent of the student councll and won a number of athletlc awards Our OHICEFS were as follows Leon Gavlc Presldent Kenneth Rasmussen Vlce Presxdent Rebecca Fraher Treasurer Mllton Allen Secretary and MISS Webster Adviser Tms year we have been especlally outstandxng ln soclal events Ask those who attended the World s Fa1r Carnlval or the Bowery Brawl' On May twenty SlXth of th1s year the Jumors wxll glve the annual Jumor Semor banquet whlch wnll have a Mother Goose motlf We hope to contxnue next year as actxve a class as we have been fortunate enough to have been thus far 3' Q' Q 1 .L - , ' , 41 .1 gy S ' : ' , ' . , , .5 , , , , ' , ' A , j AY 2 ' , ,N , . . . . Y 1 I ' - I ' , , , , . , ' S, ' ' , ' ', ' , - , , , Secretary-Treasurer ----- Orval Starr a f 1 ' ' K . . . . . Y . y - V I . Y . : . . y . Y 3 , 2 , 9 ' , ' - . N Y. ' ' ' .' - y M - .. .. , . , e . . y . . y , L. .y . r . . K I r . v . Z V ' - . Y . . . . Y 1 K I, ,.z A IOQI' 7 14r,M, I jf ff 1 1 4 Ns, 1 i 'U V' . 4 !' V f N 5 ff! ' x I Q I, W . 5 ' Q, I ,Lf ff ' ,I V 47 A .X 1' - V A lj W Q41 df ,, JA ,JE 4 x K 'Ai' 123 -.T -1 . 1 p7 ,,,f , 1 i' If ,V A AN, f ' ,. '-4' Q ' ' N 1'-1, ,f f ,' , ff , , I ,, 4 L, Gig 71 X K. , , k , f k, J 1 I f Y 1 f fb YJ, if in 21.4, Y lj, A1 h I V . 1 ' f --1 W .y - ,K A , ' M W, ff... , A ' -I V . V ,x 41 V 5 if 1 J ' . , b ' A if 'J' -. L V K ,L I V, 4 , ,Eff ,lf I ,Z ij L my I t , I, , , 7 I, , Q ' If N- -4' , 7 5 ,Lf 3 Q, f ' 1 V , , I f FOI' ROW Miss Stleler Hopkms Koepsell Begalk Pve Longton Reynolds McCarthy Swartz Lack torm Northrup SFC ONID ROW Wold Breslm Ohman Obermueller Hirsch Flemrng Pohl Whlte Vetter McGee Blomgren THIRD ROW Tergen Lewis Johnston Mrlls Warner Sempi Brodale Shefland Stoddard Luepke Oakley l-Ol P'IH ROW Sen pf Ohman Stafsholt Neumai Springsteen Sarrnske President Noel Stoddard Vlce President Martm Rye 'a!Q' Secretary Treasurer Mary Johnston Adviser Mrss Streler ,Lg-6 f Lily of the valley Cherry and blue Sophomore Chronology In September 1932 nearly forty unskilled Freshmen climbed the hrll to start their High School careers We were tlmrd at first but not for long At our tirst class meeting we choose Miss Isaacson as our leader with the following offrcers Jeanette Lacktorrn Prtsrdent Fred Reynolds Vice President Mary Johnston Secretary Kendal Swartz Treasurer Farly in the season we received an mrtratron party from the Sophomores As we gradually became more accustomed to our new surroundmgs we entertained the Sophomores at a party We closed our first year at G C H S with an outmg at Picnic Point When we gathered agarn rn the fall of 1933 we were fortunate in gaming three new members Ruby Vetter Ellen Fleming and Harrret Breslin to take the places of three who did not return so our numb r remalns the same We started thls season by grvlng the Freshmen an rmtiatron party at whrch they proved them selves very good sports by doing various mdlvrdual stunts and J1gS Th y were asked to carry an egg with them al day and those who broke their egg or had no egg to show at the party were requested to wash the dishes whrch they dld most willingly We also received a party from the Freshmen aid can truthfully say that they are far from green vhen rt comes to entertamrng Now we close thrs year rn Hlgh School feelmg that the first half of our High School career has not been rn vam and hoping that the second half W 11 prove even more profitable w ' -f v '1 f y .., my , , , , t , - . .I I I , ' , , ', ' . , ' , , ' , ', , I ' , '-. Y ' , ', R 1 . , ' . , 1 5 . - 1 1 , , . , i, -' - , ' been , 4 A - """' I 1 - . .,.. . 1 I4 x - - - 1' . - - - - - - - - I A r . . o We cameg we studredg we conquered. G I , 1 ' 7 Y 'Y r , 1 , '- r ' ' Y - ' ' ' 5: 1 . y l . Y . U e ' . , , . X . . . , . -F I"'! P1 XRX lOl IOVK Foede Schulz Kotts Johnson Anders mn lackel n Jordhcxm Langseth Swanson Garskc Felgen SI COND ROW Mlss Isaacson Platscn Alnsvvorth Lyons Byod le Cadwell Lenyen Bggth Baker Dale We1n71rl Sage Lyons IHIRD ROW Casselllus Swanson Mllls Steven Taxloz Busch Rye Perry Magnuson Canfield Brandt Dunbar lOl 'IH ROVX Beg lkc Breslm Obermueller 591IT'l lxuhn Mahoney Flemlng Zachanas lurk Vkxs ner Payne Presldent Jean Steven Secretary freasurer James Payne Advlser MISS Isaacson Bulld for charactel not for fame Tea rose Pmk and green Freshman Chronology On September Hfth 1933 forty n1ne green tacrturn Freshmen entered the doors of the Glenwood C 1ty Hlgh School to begxn then pursult of knowledge The flrst several days we rambled dxscontent edly around the bulldlng looklng for tue r1ght rooms and for the rlght classes After arranglng our programs for the year satxsfactorlly the Sophomores xermnded us of our greeness tenfold by 1n1t1at1ng us Each Freshman was presented wlth an egg on whlch he was to get the signature of several of the JUHIOYS and Semors Howevel this was consrdered more of a pleasure than '1 pumshment sxnce It enabled each of us to become better acquamted wlth several members of the upper classes On the same evenlng we were glven a party at whlch we wer mltxated further The lest of the tlrne was spent ln playlng games and dancmg We went home at eleven 0 clock pronouncmg the Soph 1 mores first class entertamers Later 1n the season we returned our social obhgatwn to the Sophomeres by cntertamxng them at a party glven at the Opera House Thls too seemed to be a successful event of the season as exeryone had a. good tlme As we close thls first year of our Hlgh School career we feel that we have outgrown some of our chlldlshness and we hope that wlth honest effort we shall become dlglllflf-Ed upper classmen l r " H 'J V- 1 V - . X , - . , . R' T ' V, ' . 4 ., , . , s ' , 1. 1 . . .. . , , . 1 , . 5' 9 1 I I v v + - v ' 1 , . 1 ' v V A " '- 1 ' v v v ' 1 ' . ' 'f 'y '- v -v v x' V f y - , L , , , 4' 'fp v X Y. ., X , ' , w - f . , Q ,. ,. 1 ,AL . a. , . , , 4 , I 1 V V 5. ' I- , Ylce Presldent - - - - - - Roscoe Garske x ' . . s K, - ' . ---- - . V " v V y H - Y . -' ' ' ' ' .7 - ' Q K. -. ' ' v ' e ' ' ' ' - - 1 - V ' . ' ' . , . . - 1 1 ' ' - ' ' 7 v v . . f-414 fx EWS' fu1y,,?CgfN. 55 Ag ge VMTN' A fp-,Q 3-,J TOP ROW Mr Sontag Dale R Texgen Sarlnske Booth Rasmussen Garske Kurtz Swanson Wes ton Wallin Mr Erlckson 'SFCOND ROW Busch Lyons McGee Peterson Jackelen Pyan Johnson Swartz J Texgen WHO S VVHO OF' THE FOOTBALL TEAM Captaln Peterson The hard runnlng quarter back and he runs the team to perfection Lyons The fleet footed half back He generally gams yardage when he carrles the ball Swartz The plle drlvxng full back When he hlts we go places Telgen The shlfty half back He can usually go through where larger men cannot Dale Half back who IS plenty hard to stop Jackelen He plays end and nobody ever gets around hlm Weston End and half back who IS llght and fast and hard to stop McGee Tackle and half back Hxs speclalty IS blockxng punts Iohnson 'Iackle He plays next to Wallm and generally splll the ball carrler Ryan Center and half back HIS passes are accurate and correct Wallm Guard He cuts down the opponents back field Booth Guard He IS always through to stop the opponent drlve Rasmussen Guard There IS a hole where he goes Kurtz Fackle He downs hxs man Bob Texgen Tackle He IS always rxght there Swanson Guard Where he IS the opponents fear to tread Sarmske Guard Fast and full of pep Gareke One fine manager ,, . . , X - - 1 y - , - 1 V A, -- - , . , , . , . . . A uv - - g - . U lv-Q - - . ' . ' .. nn - - . . - - .. - H- - - U 'e - ' "Busch"-nHe is another end who always obtains what he goes after. .4 H- - , - - , ,, ,Lg - . . . . .. HY - - .. - H- , - 14 Y? ' 5 'S ' .. H- - .. H-, - ln ' HT ' ' - . , . ll ' Hi- ., N- XQOXYD L3 X, "'f"' 'W 1955 -R 4 A v 3.5 vw667inQgvm.mswR.v + Dae to the lack of equlpnent the soaao staged a oanqaet on a wr a e tembe 9 for whloh we oharded 25 a plate e as well atten d and cleared aloroxlnately H50 OO lC JG narohaseo new shoalder oads ano headuears he star e and strenuous uorr on preparln LGE. nrlllee LC anf Coacu oortas set u new sreotacu r T X a wlth xlloh xe Jaln a great deal of yardag he lost sject r lar of these plays was t e fake pass. he oacllleld llled ap wlth Peterson oacf nd ln a ,ass formatlon. Instead of Feterson actuallv Qettwno tle ball one of the other backfleld men ts lt and foes throu 1 taol e. lhlle thlS 18 20103 on Peterson fades back ano lt looks llke he 15 golng to throw a pass. ThlS play fooled the opponent constantly and they never belleved lt was 3OlUQ throu h the SCHEDULE OF GAMES Date Team September 22 29 Gctooer 6 ll 27 November l Aggles Sprlng Valley BOyC9VlllG Sprlng Valley Boyoevllle ASQlGS there here there there here here lu neo We O 7 6 O 8 20 They O 20 15 58 6 6 X X - Sf!!! XX . -' 1 .aawffff ' P A. esswssip' QIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIMF fmQ,swnJ.1 -m,pmwwrfnu 3,f.:f3u- - sur I 'ff 1:11 I . ,. T -L ' Y 4 , w ' , K. J. . A V . L ' - "' .- 'Y ' Q Q -L , - X v ' - . f, o tl d y, S ,tal r , 4 L J - Q r . " lf 1 s , V 1 - ' J- --t ' . Ph llze saojor ., , de 9 , ,A . JN . .- 7 'A ,I ' A - , , HLLI. 'nfl ll xx lJ1 - 1 . 1 , N 'T 4 Fl n we " L Q oar long ' ' W A .Q a ln ' ' ' ' ' 'S '1 1 -- 1 ,xl , . ' I FN he - A on , .ds a 1 A Q p a l , . . , W1 V . .k, . , la aTlCl el js . fl 4 w G eo f e fe s -X f , - f- Y- N TM . V Jael e n Tl 1- ,:' ' ' , . . . ' ' ,. ' v ' . J- ' 'L F . . E1 ' Ta rr ' fr Y - v -.. , , . Q ,mb . N, v . . . . A Qet f 5 . 'dh Al w . A v , . . . . A 1 A ' . . l X , . I . T . r O - ffzgmwanffmfmfz Oh, all the rough and tumble sports That you can name are tame When you match them wlth nHOm6COmlHg Dayn At a Hlgh School football game' at down ln the stadlum 'N wlth school K1dS all around, Cix Th y cheered and pounded on my hat ff and the hat was never found I w s HTouchdown' Touchdown' Touchdown ,j So the flappers shouted wlldly And to say they pulvsrxzed my corns Is statlng lt too mlldly was "Hold that l1ne"' and the KldS behlnd NN Tugged flercely at my halr X Xdfihelr elbows knocked my glasses off i? And they couldn't hear me swear' You'd be surprlsed how llttle I see when my spectacles are gone, Vf'Akx out lt was great and I'll ,onextyear I WITH A SUIT OF ARmOn ON'D UN -James Lexus days sv Q, 539 yfxx Q? ffl Qin :fwfr QHJTIH lf' ,L M 9 fl WWW W E . Lf? a , . . 2 fs ' XX -X . . iff., W . Q ' - QESQEQQ C ' f--- . xx ,Q 53. :ig 1 2f'. Fi if KEN e f ' cf xlglgif ggh X 1, nl", u 'F , 0 1 .,:.,1. 51,-,JDq'xi, l . 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I Mm" O 1 9 Aff" TOP ROW Mr Sontag Dale Northrup Swanson McCarthy Wallm Mgr Kurtz Cadwell Hellmer Baker Selm Payne Mr Erickson SFCOND ROW Busch Lyons Telgen McGee Johnson Jackelen Garske Peterson Swartz Basketball When Coach Sontag 1ssued a call for basketball men on November 1 1933 he recexved a response that the G C H S had never wltnessed before We started practxce wlth an enrollment of twenty five elxglble men On lookmg over hls recrults the Coach found that he had lost a couple of good men but that he also had nve letter men returnmg who were capable of holdmg thelr own Throughout the season our luck varled greatly we started out wlth a very hxgh percentage of games to our credlt but the percentage declmed and we ended the season by hangmg up seven of our fourteen scheduled games The two best games of the season were wlth Hammond where Busch dld most of the scormg and wlth Clear Lake when Peterson was hxgh polnt man The season ended w1th Johnson lead1ng the scormg calendar and Busch a very close second We mlssed a chance of golng to the Rwer Falls Tournament when we lost an ellmmatxon game to Ellsworth February 27 1934 A final eve of the wmters athletlc season Coach Sontag enfertalned the basketball boys at a ct WhlCh t Stan Johnson was elected captaln for the preceding year SCHEDULE OF GAMES Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Feb Feb They Date Team Clear Lake iNon Conf 7 Ha mmond Dunn County Boycevxlle Woodvllle Downing Clear Lake I Hammond Dunn County Downlng Boycevllle Woodvllle Baldwln Baldw1n N on Conf T here there here there here there here there here here there here there C S . , . 1 . We Nov. 21 - . there 8 15 OV. 24 . 15 13 . , 28 10 20 . 5 ' 18 10 , 8 ' 12 9 . 14 ' 19 24 " . 21 ' 21 8 X . 19 - . 18 11 25 5 16 ' - an. 30 27 15 ' X . 1 ' 35 2 Q . 7 ' 19 32 x eb. 15 ' 23 33 X eb. 22 ' 14 16 X 6. 59 1 XXX ff Jaxx XXX ffm?-wN xii: ff XX The Dunn St CFO1X Athletlc Conference formed two Kltten ball leagues wlth slx teams eompetlne Baldwln, WOOdVll16, Hammond, 1U one league and Dunn County AQQIES, Eoycevllle and Glenwood, ln the other On May l6, a tournament w1ll be held ln Persey, w1th the two h1UhGSt teams of each league playlng for the champl onshlp The WlHHlDg team wlll recelve a trophy Glenwood opened 1ts season wlth a flylng start by defeat lng Boycevllle on Aorll 2O wlth the score of 26 to 3 the next bame held at Glenwood on Aprll 24, Glenwood was de feated by Boyeevllle ln an elght lnnlng thrlller by the score of 8 to 6 Wlth one v1ctory and one defeat, Glenwood Journeyed to Nenomonle May l wlth the de termlnatlon of gett1ng one more vlctory and vlctory lt was -27 to O. UH May 8 the Dunn County AQQIGS came to Glenwood to fifu Although thls was only Glenwood's see ond year ln tracl lt turned out to be a very sue cessful one On Nay 4 the track team traveled to 5 NGHOMOHIG for the Annual Dunn St CFOIX Meet fe d1dn't expect much 1n the l1ne of awards or pFlZSS but when the meet was over and the total polnts added,Glenwood had 542 to Elmwood s 492, wlth lcGee hlgh polnt man accumulatlng to hls credlt ll polnts nd Lyons and Rasmussen not far behlnd wlth 7 and 62 polnts respeotlvely The 1nd1v1dual placlngs were as follows Hlgh hurdles hurdles dash dash dash Low lOO 220 440 mlle l mlle Broad Jump Pole vault Hlgh Jump DISCUS Shot mlle relay NcGee Peterson McGee Lyons Lyons Kurtz Starr Busch J Telgen McGee Weston Rasmussen t1e Ryan 18 Rasmussen Swartz Glenwood st 5th 2no 2nd 3rd 5th 2nd 5rd 5th 4th 2nd 5rd lst 2nd 5rd 2nd The relay team was composed of Peterson, Kurtz, IcGee, and Lyons play our flnal game The flrst two 1Dn1HgS proved to be real eXCltlDg w1th Glenwood tralllng 1n the score by one polnt, but ln the thlrd, the blg bats of Glen wood could not be sllenced by the AQQIGS team The final score was Glenwood 18, Agg1GS 6. 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I I Q - . . 1 ' ' - - - . .. . i 1 1 . . - 1 . - TOP ROW Mlss Boddy Koepsell Starr Flemlng Wlsner Debate The 61st half of the debate season was devoted to extemporaneous debatmg on such questlons as l esolved That the Unlted States should recognlze Russxa and the state questlon Resolved That the Unlted States should adopt the Br1t1sh System of Radlo Control and Operatxon Our extemporaneous scheduled lncluded such schools as Hammond Baldwm Hudson Amery Stlllwater and New Rlchmond The final contest was held at New Richmond on Decemb r 9 and Glenwood vson a declslon agamst Stlll vt atel one of the wlnners Due to the lncapaclty of one member of the debate squad and because four of the debaters were out for the first year we partlclpated after Chrlstmas ln only a pre season non declslon state contest Thls mcluded such schools as Chxppewa Falls and Menomome Next year we hope to have an exper lenced team and therefore be able to w1n somethmg ln the State contest At the Parent Teacher Assoclatlon four of the debaters took part ln a farce debate Resolved That lt IS better to be a little frog ln a blg pond than a blg frog ln a llttle pond In order to earn money for our annual plcture the entlre squad presented several playlets for a pay assembly THE DEBATE TEAM ' Afflrrnatxve Negatlve Alex Plemlng Fwald Koepsell Orval Starr Dorls Kroger Mary Johnston Harrlet Koberstem 1' . lf - yi , 2 1 , . I ZX 4 'Z , ' ' SECOND ROW: Fraher, Kroger, Koberstein, Johnston J . . , ' r ' ' . ' . K. V ' ' ' n v 1 f - V .Y - ' . . A , A a-',,.1'-. A. ,. fX 3 G 1 , - ,. A Q f' 1 "gv-s I Jawa 5 f ' 'A 4 l r E. to A Q5 ' 'm Q . ,.fx,.4: - . ,,i.5,if.4.,, I Q 4 Qi I J gi Q l f X m f x 5. V .fa - Tow Lmixcfn '- Th1s year, a great lnterest was manifested ln Oratory, Declamatory, Extemporaneous Readlng, and Extemporaneous Speak lng Over thlrty students partlclpated 1n these aCt1V1t18S In the Prellmlnary contest, held 1n the Glenwood hlgh school assembly room on March twenty e1ghth P3tF1C18 H1113 and Jean Steven placed f1FSt and second, respectlvely, ln the serlous declamatlons Mary Lenzen placed flrst, and Lola Whlte second, ln the humoroua d1V1S1OH In oratory, Ewald Koepsell won f1rst place, and Edward Peterson won second In the League contests, held at Glenwood and Downlng on Aprll elghteen th and twentleth, Mary Lenzen placed second whlle Fdward Peterson took Ewald Koepsell a second ln Johnston, representlng us Read1ng, and Harr1et Extemporaneous Speaklng, At the DlStF1Ct contes on Aprll twenty Glghth, a fourth place 1n lng, and Harr1et Kobersteln fourth 1n Extemporaneous other contestants dld however, they fa11ed to The school bought and medals for the flrsts our prellmlnary contest Miss Isaacson, and MISS the contestants t HnRRwJ If-L 1H the humorous a flrst and Oratory Jane ln Extemporaneous KOb8FStG1R 1n had no competltors held at River Falls Jane Johnston obtalned Extemporaneous Read secured another Speaklng Our exceptlonally well place small sllver cups and seconds ln Boddy coached A .1 . . . . . . . . . . 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ATM M ,Ak FOP ROW M Busch Hopkms Jackelen Frlckson Lenzen Kyle Peterson SFLOND ROW Amsworth Praher Lundberg Koberstexn J Johnston J Mllls THIPD ROW MISS Isaacson Holmes LEWIS Taylor M Johnston Steven P Mllls H Busch Lxbrary Club Presldent Lucllle Peterson Secretary Treasurer Jane Johnston The Lrbrary Club conslstlng of twenty glrls was begun ln 1932 under the dlrectlon of Mxss Isaac on so that the gurls of the school would have a social yet purposeful organxzatlon New members are elected each year to fill the places of those leavmg thus keepmg the number constant The work of the Club thls year has Included supervxsmg the llbrary perxods reaccesslonmg all the books and keepmg an orderly llbrary The aCtlVltl6S have been varxed and a source of pleasure to the members The most outstand mg event of the year was the presentatxon on January 93 of the comedy HER STEP HUSBAND by Larry E Johnson The male characters were played by boys who volunteered The proceeds were used to purchase new books for the lxbrary B1 monthly pot luck suppers will long be remembered by the glrls A program of cultural ln tere t elven by members or guests usually followed A St Patrlck Party wlth guests mvxted by each member and the boys who were m the play was glven IH the Kxndergarten room Games and dancmg wlth novel ways of chooslng partners comprxsed the entertamment On March 24 fifteen members Jour neyed to St Paul to see Henry the VIII at the World Theatre As seventeen of the twenty members plan to return next year, lt mspxres the group to make plans whlch wlll broaden 1ts field of endeavor W 9-N1 ' K ' J , . 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The Bo s Jlee Club w s be ur lH 1950 by Mlss Webs er an 15 1OFC1D no under the d1rect1on of N135 Stleler, wlth Luc111e Peterson as aCCO'laUlSt MISS Webster d1d not returr 11 1952 5o, as she Jas not known bJ that name, but by the o Yrs Larwe s an HA' and for helplnb MUS1C Contest at 11fer F One fourth Cfmhlt these groups, as 1 or tie nlX6d Chords ho se d fa 1 to replace those ra 1at f IXUD IIOQUD Uoou ou entrance 11to our OU11Q11 J ve 10 lcc a T e cnoi 1C Q, Jf'a"1O, uf? S QDF11 COLLLJG T O the sc1oo 1 A ln C, J IO 4- 11XGd VOlC8Q stfa11 O throm 1 th na e end fenale vo1ces a1to, oas a work Ou G9 se 8CtlOHS or t 1 18 b1uQest WdClC31 evel a very worvh v Ju aw rdcm Q ' thus d O 1 cpe wn ea ll 10 cub. Our tr1o to RIVGF F 11s was en oyebl ore. T org Wla3tlOn L ls enter F1911 roup or a11v o tlutr Gul, l f-Q tc 1 fa11LO1 1954, r 1 cont1uUed by H155 StlClCF, and Tu rown u1t11 3 numb IS forty three Both G1e Clues should be co'p11nented for FSCClV1HW br1n home the SllVGT cuo from the Jen for part1c1pat1on n each of ere s 1 the ntrber erro111nL next of Lues of oot or wer q1VSF p 'AWQ 11 L, HOW C.. C .- - F' L. L L . . . We ale very ,A d 1 c ,ot I -,-- M-1 ' 'L' .. f - - ep.1 men, 19 .at re , ' . 3 - 1 -vm 1 ' 1. 1 .L ' J 0 A - A ' A -1 r'- '. .1 . . gr s f ' mf 1 'U ' ' ' 4- f . ' - ' ' 'X I ia 11 1 J Q " t 1' zcbste A , T F fa g . " ' , t d N I'1j A W t - ' ' ,' ' 1 X . A MA . ' V. , U 1 '11 "' 7 5 vi Tr L ' .L ,r X F U f 111 n 41.1 I' 9 .V .1 1 ,. ' ' ' . - 1: ... .. X V U f . 1"U to 1 L.r . ' ' . 1 , ' .L 75 ' ., L 1 El ls . , . . , . . . . , - ,1 13 31' 1 L - well as f ' 1 T' fc. 'Y . . ' -. F 1 '- . ' .. LQ pe to e an 1n, Ga e 1- 'J 1. , 1 1, 4 P1 P dd' U15 X .... x . 1 . . 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LO :Ai H as P 1 c 1U O3Flt01q C010 ie Revert C111 1 11 1ace t01F D13 Colo Miss Sti or ,ia +11 neir Q Q e Q V conlrutulatcd uwoi t' ir 11m wore lf pe 3 Q L.,CO111,l +0 AH X If hgti EGGU S211 'Mis , is tke k1lfF 2' ':'eW--such W'-i .gf irtew,3,.s of Miss Je,o,s in ike fall ,f 1929 in crvanizimq an VrChes,ra. Miss Vebster heck tle bel. 1g fhe 1123 :hit ii The fall 0? 1931. Tint year a new vi 13, bas: fiil, vii fltie were ad , TL, f' sestya im 2 '11 c11:1Q1Ta1QH piier Le: leader- ship Vu gf, iserted u 1 1 at Five? F3112 lgzi fee? 1 511' g 11 5 p1a,s in 1 ass HBH frckeeires. Miss Stfsler Tis , in vn1L her uziiriis effirts tc 11-1 ', ou- 1.1he3p:i. Te :su,red ancther Cfiiifi, iii the ,:,atest effC?ts w 45 Au 1 Q. asain figs Tear fi? the sn 116 stest at T' e ff s, and Ley weTe hit in Tait, 'he Gr Ies'ra was n. an HA' which aided if Lie 1.3.1 -l 'Ti' 12,7 -' 4' 3 Du iv,1 Q-f 0,1 1 7-Q we 1av, ap- ered at va-Lous assenelw H'-5 a1s, 31.11 ass .111 Li -e,y C1vs if f Parent-Teachers Associations, and are sr preps ing fe th- Cc1Wen,e1f U -.:rclses. I' F' 1 3' 1 'U -U U' UID A 1 1 cwr nr -Lg 3 I' ' --M Les , 1M.,cd U- J J, ' G -' s iles 1 use-J H 'irst place '1 ll L gel -t- i.J i'f' 'cis et R'ver F1115 this year, the V j 1 h esrninj I 1 points. Th,-e tvc1v, goints Qui - gwcsd C'ty 'L firsf 1" Q and We - -'Jed the guch-desi 14 e'1ver L lhy. 79 fool that Joeeghinc M'11s as 1 9 aio 2 1 111, ' ,da V H:5er QS ,11,ist, Qnf R 's 1 nf:e-d ss piwggst, by L ecing 1.1 1 -clood to 101' ur - F 1' V c 1' s 'alle MJ-: Coptfs cnc of '.'. fhich ws mi51t bs Q 'J Ae an innovatipi this J Q ots au.: dsli neni was 3 cssgtci ft u Clsg , . 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D CARRIE CO LS TO COLLEGE W' b but I we t a a n went soue s suspenders ge , Wlcl 1 s a 1 d vear a sas and a Jlo ta1 U an so good natured Porlv oouf nually wamts d wlshe or t lncs that are eltlre adsul ao for dll Ha Jenllns U1V6Q a N aH1 ten 1U honor c ass HS spends as uch t e otlnf to on table a be does preparlnk r the event the radu tlng C e lf wa t Hharrled' To that' h, efclalns Boboy me sal 1re Ne one pan get alesl o r and een be well aware of the fact Thus the luSlC5l orcaalzatlons ale Cl rd t11s two act comedy oe the CVCd1HD of Novembe 6 an 1 Glenwood Clt oer House, under tae dlrectloa of Tl tltl Tae proceed fro1 the onoretta were used to Juror , The cast of charact Fred Tommy Spencer o luol and 3FOfOUQW son of a Flu nan A happy Serlous SDO1lGd Fat and food natured Porky Bobby Ma Jenlln Carrle Madam Louise Hlram Goodnow Sol Rosenbaum IZZ19 Rosenbaum Keeper ol a boarllne HOA la JenK1n's foster c ll Beauty doctor Soencer's father Eltallor Sol's son Governor Thonpson-Governorof the St nER SlEP HUSBAJD Leon Gayle 'tsl Fennel s 11013 JJ u Ke1d l Swartz A S31L flre oseuaa e M1 s 'J Seb oca fra er Jal Johnston + TOb9FQLSlD val Starr Henry Sarlnske Wnlllan Baker t Edward Peterson 8. HER STEP rUSBAND, a llvely comedy, lH o act bf Larry E Johnson, w s oresented by the Llbrary Llub under the dlreotlon of M185 Islaosoa, for the b9D6f1L ol t e P h School Llbrary, at the Glenwood Clty Opera house, Janu ry 2 A Mary Marshall, Lucllle Peterson bor rayed the role of an lncuraole ro.ant1c1st She had 10' olnaln whoppers w 1ch placed ner ln some extremely dlffloult ado trvlng pos1t1ons Charles Jaomelon, as Herbert N rsnall, her permanent husoand, was a hood Hprlv te secretary to a henn but as a butler he spllled too many dlsles. Leon Gavlc, as Dr Gerald to get Fraher Job of fell The cast also lnoluded N1 es, I ry's hu oend pro tel hal hard tlwc trylng out of the dlff1CulLl6S ho got 1HuO too often. 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C57 VG fPRhPAg'9 K- ,jg GLENVOOD CITY TROOP NC 2 Our pre ent Scout lrooo was reorganlzed in the fa 1929 under the sponsor no of the Comnercial Club of Glenwoo Clt hr CrcerC1e1d was cha en ocoutmaster, with Mr est Assistant After lr GT6CUF16ld'S departure n 1952, Mr Nest was made Scout master, and Uouglas Boardman, who rad prevlousl been a Scout, was elected as fSS1STaUt '1t1 the 9TT1V81 of Mr Flottum last fall, the 1 oon ct another able Assistant As the OUT n ScOUT1ng is an wmoortant tr na, each summer we have had a fer dar tar at a lake last vear ve departed from thls, taklnv an mntele tlna motor trip 1U a school bu through southern 11 c r n e belwcve in the slo ar e 1SCOHS1U First Our tr p toov as to Camp Douglas, the Dells of the 11S0ODS1U River, DeJ1l's lxle at Baraboo, Madl on W1+H lts several nolnts of intere t the caw tol the zoo at Vllas Park tie Unlvcrswtv of Wlscons n arc ae Hlstor cal Librarw and Mu enm PGEVGI Dam, the uhome o lon ren a es ard of Mr hest's p rents, and firallv the Wwscons1r e Prlson ard State Hospit 1 For the Cr1m1na11 Insaue at Haurmn V er tqree da s and two n1Eqt on the go even at n pht' we wele Vlad to peacefull reno e 1U our own Tt ma re a not r tr o to northern W1 cons n th ae, wlth two or three dar canrnnv at a lake Some tuwnrs W111 Fade from our memorle but others are 1nde11b v lnoressed Remember the launch trlp u tb De11s9 the Indian Pow ov that n grto the swim 1U Dev1ls Ta e the next morn 1ng ollowed b breanfast the eatlnp of d rner on C3U1tOl la m cl mt ns to the peak of the dome of the can tol, ua above the nlcture, tie cord al recept1on 1f,n n b tu Beaver Dam Scouts the lce cream shnrbet made b Lrs West tn glOP1OUS feeling at belna rel a ed from f un n? and the noonda svlm and d1nner at Camp au lard with LP ontag9 One of the h ohll hts of each 1ear's program is AUDlVCTQ8TV Week of Hebruar The Father and Son Banquet has become an establm hed titzt on Cln 1950 we had a Mother and Son Banouetl s r wna thls vear 55 fathers with thelr sons real or adooted for the occaslon Thls ear we have st rtedCf:lJ leather craft, and have made man Uggfnl ppgqect iff? RS lb al O P6C61VGd fiPSt place in the 12 I Diqtrlc f 0 window decoratlng con test XX mum fri We feel quite el e X J ver the fact that the Troop is the onlv extra curricu f igil lar activitr which has weathered flve successive 'Q N-53, yea s some mav come and some may go, but we go rx ,jj on forefer Our member ship ha been as hlgh as -Q39 -N.. Q52 22 now it 1S 16 Leon Gavic, B 11 lvorthrup, Leroy PPEPA 93-llfl, B111 Baker, Bill Ueinzlrl, Lale Sage, Robert Canfleld, Jim Pafne, Monrad Jordbeim, nugene Holmes, Roscoe Garske, Bob Iorthrup, Nyle Olson, Leonard Busch, W111ard Swanson, and Avery Wisner 2 . 'Y-. , 1 4 f ' xi' " ,gin hx ' F1295 fx P " ' .h ll. h,fV,-.353 I, Il . X 1' 'H' fix .5 ' xi' Z1 -- I " ,. 'L-f nn 314, ' - 0 "" 'war' 1' -' K., r'1 . N7 L L .1 A fx Q g I - . L .L A f,, 11 J . - 'T g - . 0 V. -' n J - - C - F A A S , ' , , r .- 4 1 , '5 l 1 ' . , J. . ' Q 14 U' . vw- - + - . 4. . 3' f. S - 1 ' 1 . Y' Y L ' V ' . . . , .. 1 ,-. A 111 A: r" 1 r 1.' its 9 , . . . . Q, W.. 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L -, , 7 . 1 , -If , 0 F . . :J , !,f,4Sf 5 ,f' Egan XX of the activities of GLENHOOD CITY HIGH SCHOOL i published everf other Friday rhu L U YGHMBE THE ffS?f5fgArF Ed1tOT Ethel Kyle sports Rebecca Fraher Exchange Lucille Peterson Artists Kenneth Rasmussen Doris Kroger Circulation Catherine Jackelen Helen Holmes Typists Marguerite Rasmussen Margorie Jackelen Heler Schaltz Helen Seim Advertising Loretta Gillis Irene Erickson Faculty Adviser Mr West THE ECHO was born 1U the fall of '31 a five page bi weekly mimeographed paper, with Russell Frazier in the Editorial seat for two years At the beginning of the present year--1933-34--Ethel Kyle took the helm and has successfully steered it through its many vicissitudes. Last year, for the benefit of all those who saved their ECHOS, the staff mimeographed a cover design, after which the printer stapled and bound them, making an attractive memory book. The first year there were 112 subscriptions at 355 but the last two years the price hasdrop- ped to 25s, with 102 and 159 subscriptions respectively. This large increase is, we believe, evidence of continued interest in the paper, as well as in appreciation of the fact that the copies will be bound. Part of the profit from THE ECHO has been used to buy typing awards, two electric clocks-- one for the commercial room and the other for the library--as well as such equipment as a mimeoscope, lettering guides, styli and screen plates, to make the work of producing the paper easier. l 7 Emmwfiiv 3 ,,m-HHa-M g5mf a ffm? fWWft,q s mwah if sv W, laid' Qi :if 'f ' .- 'Q' E- ,-:Fl :.,f31'1' if' 7 f"" FG, ff , f- 'f. fs W PAQ allege ?! ian ?amz4 iw 1, -- ,serif 2 fwfr "i:f:+.f2:f2:4. fhni if Emti tw J 5 Wgtfiv 'T' X -- I -Z3 ., , 4453. gp2gQ.."1.g.f ii. 1' x ni- ' ':1.i-FSI-L 1 : ' M E5 I ,gl all ,, l S ' 3 ' , -, A .7 fg. v F , - '9 110 I K V fi n 1 -pq ' - , D O .- A. . . . . . . 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The way lu lS made and olstrlouted 3 P 7 5 helps to save you money You can give both A hlh ,E four house and your oclethool a treat thls year bv usln SUFL IX House Palrt ggi Monrad J Hwho lnvented work, Doctor Hwell, o1d you take my anywayqn 8dV1C6 and sleep wlth the Lyle Sage nYou should worry W1UdOWS open9H you'll never lnfrlnge on Patient HYes, doctor hls patent ' Dr HGood And you've lost that cold you had9N Leroy Cwwcn VlS1tlHg Waupunj lPat1ent Who, doctor Only my 'And what's your name, my best Sult and my watch and good man9U Chaln H Prlsoner '9742' Leroy Is that your re lnamev' Now read the ads and then Prlsoner 'Uust me pen n me H Lturn to the next page'! olawweeo 53 rf worn, mHOiif 1 7:5 1 lf' f' TX-J! Y tl Mujer J " MJ! ,I11,,f' ROQWJ Phone 90 Glenwood Cltv, WlSCODS1H L ' P J 2 2 ' ? 0 I lll' u - 1-V' '-', ' I . I : W l . . ' 3 . , : -- ' . . . g 2 . ,, ' - -.L - - - i : I V ' l.H ' ' ' : ' ' : f . . 3 ' U ' . I 1 1 1 1 1 1 : H . I I 3 o V VV W- o Y TY wr . M. ing ' . A ,. 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Willard Hwater in a highstate f perspiration ' Charlie HDon't you think my graduation suit is a perfect f1t9H Kate HYes indeed it'salmost a convu sion H ILA' LUNCHES CANJK CIGAHS fT,7Vjl?L7 'T ill, Emma Reynolds Phone 73 Glenwood City wisconsin GLENWOOD CITY PRODUGL LOMPANI Frank Gordon Proprietor DEALAR IN Hides FlOur Mus Lbs Poultry Groceries Phone 186 Glenwood City Wisconsin D11 Xf MCMJ-XHQN SURGEON and PHVSICIAN Phone 5 Glenwood City, Wisconsin " I It 'fr' U fi' K' VI X F'-F' C' 1 2' , JC .T 3i.,'x. .ffZ,ENf,,75, f Q' AX, 'X 11.4-I, .fx-J A K, . ' I ' "n- 'ii ivest ck i Robert o. ' I 'L li., K? 2 ,mkfnbfxw I I ' , X. "' , YQ , " xx -- pls fediif - A f' :'. ' X X .-Q A it-3 ff fb-'ww-M i 1- M3 my .N ! -- K- kz 1 5 N I vm I. NX ' x l 'X gi bln? ! Y f 3 W'm1R QW, ,x NI .ii-fx-. - X I!! I xrvvfg-Li 'sl' . U x rsf- r I iffy ,,Jf- , Inv xxlfqx LNJ rf M 1" ff Q 1 . -9 : ! 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Glehfood drubb 111g 50 O 5 Teachers COUVCHt1OD a Eau Clalre W ort Cards T13 1 SGHlOTS bCglD to wonder they're QO1HQ to eraduat Debate 11th HQ mend De ste Jlth Ha mo Q s a dCC1S1V from SDIlWQ V11 Starr ClVOS D13 3-w1nute I 'et' e 'et '1 EC seco t1C 1r1 e le t 1f G. nd Y, S. DCbu 1 T J Pcr H11 COle orty St111w t Perf f1rst QHOW 11ts OH hfr r d H o F 1s on fJuD1OT De t Q 1 p1CFmOUd J1011P1St re f1rst ev JTO D' have o 1a11omc' NOVE B Y nOG1O hwy eat dlft, an 109th 11 U1 twxe o 1o+1L 11 et OC1S Chufeh burns ea11 Denw T s Co1 w Plf 0 Hou 519V H the th AVfTj F owta trds ou 6 P L hell ren r V01 s 3IeSeQtS e t 1 'Cerr1e Cexes 0 1115 Dues e ,eve of th t C ur Lace ee1fe thee o ulhfet topples e s, 15 13 ettwah sleeks on o d efen1ng program -er forced to how o L. Pb .Luc O Tha1.sJ1 1nd a f DL E YE? VaCQt1OD Glenwood W1HS from Boyce v111e, 18 O 18 dwj t111 Chr1stmas. Glenfood NBr1ngs home the Baron' from OOdV111G, 12 A Freshrah sets stepped on 1D ueyer h111 Local f1v are sp111ed 1D fast ome Wlth Ba1dH1h me D PIFLC Beyea speaks on ev h1ng program. Xwas MUSICG1 at Opera Hous , h 125. 4 ste with , ' va er. "2 N .7 ,.,-F , l - . ,,. .u 2o. 4 Hfcf 15 .2 g-- O '- fl ..-iff' fn 1 -1 I 1' -Z LJ..-4. 1, ,f.ffXc.Q9 i 211. EJQIQQ1 E411-e 1 C .y 1 lf - 4, C , -ff' ff, woo,er 3fOCk1 QU. iL'W 1,265 I ff fftf 26. 'fO'gfk" Fei to ' .Cn i 1 . , CQIm.T111, 1 . , ' X 2 27. Sus-r yevffve--I few H ,. ,MO , C1 ' - .f Pfff w47tf -6 ,.- f -f--V. --1617 I -J lil--M-. ', . ff, S :TFn"D 30. .'11te w1.h hem A 1. . 150. Taro Tijgev V' ',' A mul ,., .1 --.-, 1 . 1 U ff U tl. . - ' in 1h1Hue t.Ft Wuwie Chef 1 QPJQQFS gp ,A M 1 Q- 1eft ff 'vv W vv.p J. JJ JDM ' Jo '1- . . Q1. Q, 1 S 11 ' , 1 " CH 6. 1 'fe for hev 1 'Q11 pg . LCU'DQCDt. 8. A Freshman "" . A f -Y,Q1 1 HO Cents C15 az ' h1m,e1 to Feeth. 5 1. 'FQ' . s f ' d 9. Thi C ste? Supfd --an D. .sa 1 5 'ts C1 t overwhelming s' H . 1 N .110 s. 13. F Q pr, t'11 Y tQns. 1 2. H.'h " t L . . 18. L'hrery Club 511- 1 6. Deogte win, ue 1. v',11 . Ex 'temehtl 6. Ceao, S.hL Q sw. t a 22. G m ' Y iL1 A53'1S 1 , 1- fe hasketpu 1- . bet 1' to Q seor11e's 'd. 513. Ente mit? Rive -4 1 . 25. We? fnpngg. starts. ,16. i1.s Stieler l'e eg th 23. K . ytsg skews the 3' 1s i Oper. tf 1 ' - 2 t A hev play 1 f . 1 11ege.H 29. e '- ' ee by .2C. Deeate V' . 41. on. -5 'W 1'1e'. 21. " st Cage F -- e season with 1.1 1 , Q1 ,f-e. . 1. i 24:0 V.. -NHC d J x 2. E h ..9,'14 e ' . ' - Iiaimerml Cag re . - . . 'VX ' U A. d 27 . IDF. 1110YQQS3 T'1t1. ' et Q. jJ1-y best 1' f1 ' 1 se: n df ' - . e ' . 1 U 15. 26. B1sket3e s ' t 4. L' s 'p'e e1 "e the :'f4n2, -1 . kde: ' ' e.b15. 50. 1V'e'v' G D y. M . , , . 6. X e A e J y -- 11 - . DC X1 1 9. H . .," 1' - ' II 1 ' 4. I 11. - V takes ' ' 5. 1 1' - 1 1 1.1.1 c 1 'l o 1 A' o 70 .L 9.1 S 'I Q . 'X . 8g ' 'Ji Q 1 1 4 ' e. 1 . ' x W ' -9 16. :ep , -- ' K, t'skl! 11. A- M - 5. F . .L .1,, ,. C D X .P , -' il 1 ' 149 . I . 16. - H' em. . 4 g,. ' m' . 170 Bbq H 2 - 1' nw 191 Nil 'a 0 . : " . . . ' . N H Q ' a 6 Basleteall gam wlth Down 1H our Amas resent, Vacatlon be lns JAMCA l Happy New Year Vacatlon 13 cxterdcd to J nuary la, b cause Ol B ck t school Kate t me her overshoes off OUtSldC to safe we r on thc new steps Glcnvood 13 vletorlou over C1 ar Lake, 18 11 Llbrcry Club oresents NHer Stel Pusbsnd Glenwood lS defeated at Hammond, 16 5 Ir Saunders speaks on 'New D alu Utlc Jubllee Slngers appcm on evenlng pregr m Glenwood ta'es AOg1CS lnto camp, 27 15 FBBRUPRY VlCtOT1OUS ov r DOUD1UU Cle won't tell the score? Party fellowlnb the Vane JF Saunders spe1's on HThe F rm Sltuatlonn Freshmen Sophomore Partv Glenwood 1 out polnted by a fast, scrappy, Boycevllle team Scout Fathers nd Sons banquet boy t kc a lc s from the Alumhl Glenwood losca to Uoodvllle 55 25 Junlor Senlor NBowery Brawlu Reasoner and Nelson enter tain the Assembly Local boys lose a hardfough game to Baldwln, 14 16 Game with Ellsworth at RIVCT Falls and ellml natlon 1S the word Too bad for all whose blrth day is on february 29 they will have to walt 't11 1956 I' 9 t 18 IARCH Senlors declde to put out an Annual lore CXCltCmPDt among the Senlors, the play tryouts may the best man Nln Athletlc awards are pre sented lH Asserbly, each Senler boy glV8S a lengihy speech' Basketball boys banquet blV6H Sontag Students look examlnatlons Ernest Nlekel the vubllc at program Llbrary Club party by Coach degected entertalns an evenlne 25 WBetter Graxmarn we K Freshmen FGCGlVG NHush Ioneyu from Senlors Senlors appear, all dressed up, to h ve thelr DlCtUF6S taken for IESQENGF Oratory G11m1H3t1OHS Dcclamatory C1lm1H8t1OHS Local forensle contest 1n evenlng A Sllt, Thlrty Years fr Nown glVCH ln Assembly to boost for THL IESQENG HEchoN ay CSome people get Aprll fooled? Easter Jaoatlen IPRIL Senlors are Nworklngn hard Play Flood, brldges washed out MESSENGE Campalgn bCglHS 156 PESSERGFQ Subs Senler pletures arrlve HToo bad lt 1sn't February 14, rather than Apr1l 9 remarks Ir Erlckson Wlnners ln IESSENGER Campalgn eat peanut Dld jeu? Frlday the 13th' All stu dents cone throu h ln good health and unlngured Senlors are busy maklng iq 1 1, 4 Q l 'ri ... I ' 1 ' , g" L 12 f' 'I 21."8. 'S Q 1. ' ' . n WHT FT' 5 . 5 C ' - , A ii 1 1 LA-A ' 1 . 1 I - . A 1 I 8. . . W T a V e, N C . ' . Co my: A0 ' 'K ' 3. : U. ""' C11 S . .. fw ' , FT. X :X za - . u 9. u ' -- . 1' ' ' ' S I . ., . F' L ' - - lo. ' ' .4 1 1 ' ' O V1 Q .H ' l 'AA H 0 1.60 ' . ' o ' ' ' 19" g A T11 e o 5 . Vi s C.. ' A 1 F - C ' '11 ' A 0 C' 1 . 'C 200 ' ' ' V ' I ai ' O' 1 I n " CLF: '7 . ' T' , ALR, L ' ' - 120. A Farce debate on frogs at 1 P. T. A. + . es. 1 ' ' ' . ' 27: ' A ' I A I I I ' ' f, .. ' wr - - k. - D .. A A ' 1 4 . . " cv' w 3: H . 29. C- u ' , 'Om rl 0 1' Lai I . 8 L ' ' . ' T "' ER. 3 "" 1 J 0 300 d s . 'S ix ' . . I ' .K D o L. A a ' EL L L ' u B. B. s a - s on 1 1, ' C ' A - . on n H. S ' 2. ' . " 9 2a ,R 1 .t I 0 "' 9. T .LA u . I N ' . Z1 b Q , . . . i ' ' H ' 7 1 . 1 1 . il.. . ,- . ' C ' 0 V. 1 L " ' .' - . ' So ' . 5 --C X . A .- X I D ' 1 151 l 0 " 7 ' - A : U' I J - .. O 1 c' ""' ' I 7 7 . . . . . A - flower for Junlor Senlcr party Senlor marks are veraged several memoers of the class re preoarlng thelr Valedlctorlan spe ches Declamatorj conte t t DOWH1Dg Mary Lenzen places second 1D hu1orous Barry Ryan falls asleep 1n Enbl1sh Class too much Uednesd y nlght' John Breslln wlll remove storn wlndows cheaoly CAdv D Nuch DFIGVIR slx weeks exams Oratorlcal Contest Glen wood place flrst and sec ond Junlor Senlor Flower Gar den party John Sontag teaches Kate how to drlnk ADRIL Marble season opens Swartz 1S elected Captaln Boycevllle eats Kltten ball dust, 26 5 Muslc Concert at Opera House Klttenball same wlth Boycevllle they down us, Brown and Meneley enter ta1n the Assembly Mutllateo Report Cards appear agaln and are drag ed home Senlors are agaln wlthout money" Some coat Jacke 's wearlng. 27 Rlver Falls MuS1C Con test where we recelve four A's and a cup. MAY Llbrary Club holds 1ts b1- weekly pot-luck supper ln 1 the park. Fishlng season opens-- 9 Klttenball wlth Aggles, 27 10 Blg Vlctory The terr1f1c wlnd very nearly took our Amerlcan ilag from the pole John Sontag has sprlng fever and tales the B1010gy Class on fleld trlp Track meet at Menomonle, H S FSCGIVQS flr place Eau Clalre MUSIC Contest whlch results very much 1U our favor Miss Nalrn serves SGHIOTS 1ce cream at play practlce HA smack of food d1dn't go bad, by cracky H Cyrll Lyons stuck on a new glrl the tenth thls year Defeat AOQISS, 18 6 Scouts attend DlStT1Ct Rally at Baldwln Extra Senlor Class play pollce squad dlrects trafflc buggy upset 1D rush Nother's Day Thls Volume 1S pushed on all those who dug up thelr four blts Klttenball tournament at Hersey Scout Round up at St Paul St Vltus dance but they d1dn't 1nv1te us 25 Flnal exams Junlor Senlor banquet Baccalaureate Servlces dlStF1bUt8d entertalns the a tea Decoratlon Day After from of unceaslng labor, owners of 16 cred1ts leave the cradle of learnlng Three rouslng cheers' Bound Echo Mlss Nalrn SGHIOFS at four to s1x years JUNE P1CD1CS -last day of school. Alumnl Banquet and dance. Some Seniors already plan- ma-UY ,BOYS absent fl"0m Qnlng on post-graduate work. school. S . - . 1. , . , , ' u . . . 1 . , a x 2. . . . , ft ' L' e . 2. V .' F ' ' 4 Q H. 0 4. A . l - . ' ' Go Ca n o I . st F in 81- I U I 0 A 5: . I A I ' . 1 A 6. . . I iz. 'Y cg" 1 X . . l . 1 A O' 0- I- A L s ' - 7. ' v -. c l- ' 8, f, ' 1 . . ,. . p 9. . . punch. p 9. Seniors are very busy on play llO. ll ' -- - -- . 'l5. . . ' I. l , . 17. . L . A . J 18. ' ' ' D -1 ' r 204 ' - . .E I -Q o I ""' 8-6. . . . . . ' -. ,24" 0 Q o . ' 0 260 ' " G 0 ,I 1 . . 27. . . f 29. ' ' . gg A ' . . 50- ' ' ' ..-- A - t5Q, ' , 5 . . x . I U . ' ' - - . 4 8 I ' It d K h z d 15 Jf,Ns1-:N Hornsow S ' NI want a quart of red oil, she said to the service man. B111 Baker: HMT. Holmson I lThe men gasped and hesitated. Want a hai, Cutin ' "Give me a quart of RED oil," Mr, Holmson: WWhich one, Bilhn AGENTS FOR she repeated. UA q-q-quart of r-r-red oil?H he stuttered. HCertainly,H she said, Hmy tail light is outin . Mr. Sontag assigning Science Huebsch Liggdry Dyenl lesson NBSQIA at llghtnlng and Cleanlng Works go to thunder N hr Norenberg demonstretlng f jf44'? f4?4Mw'm the NEW FORD V 8,to MISS Nalrn 'sf 3 ' 15 13 the type of car that pays for 1tS8lf, TISS Nalrn MISS Nalrn Uwell, as soon lt has done that, you can have Ma4w XXNN lt dellvered at my boardlng 0 place afev Glenwood Clty W1SCOHS1H INSURANCE MONEY ORDERS FOREIGN DRAFTS SAFE D POSIT BOXES AJ ffxff Jfj lx MEMBER Federal Reserve system and Federal Deposlt Insurance COFpOFat1OD Phone 45 Glenwood Glty Wlsconsln 's the 1dle mlnd that WOFTIGS HW? x N ---2:94 3372-X l' Q? l -2 ff EEE WL DO YOU WANT BEAUTY? SAFETY? COMFOET9 LONGIIFE? ECONONY9 RESPONSIVENESS9 SEE THE NEW FORD V 8 xXx 5 aff X P 1wfJ xgw' ,f V Q ff Ye., l- E339 If GLENWOOD CITY AUTO COMPANY Norenhdrg, Welngarten and Jorgensen Phone 155 Glenwood Clty, Wlsconsln . s . - . - . 1 W . .. - .. - .. .. ... ... .... ... ... ... 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I. . f-m, ,MQ 13: JVX SQX X YVILQI f ON fraud mf hr-J 5' V 1 Nusa Lsnntsoff Fw: Z.K,.ucsorsf' 'AWS OHNSO' ,xxx av 'Tt.rxc.+L12.'s Q0 mm, V ll you please GXLl8lH that aga1n9U Gertr de Hopkln I haven't my lesson because I overslept Fred Reynolds I don't understand that H Monrad Jordnelm Dld I fa1l9H Idelle Shefland 'Dld I do well? Betty Lundberg HCh, I knew that, but I d1dn't know that was what you wante .H Harry Ryan HI can't stay after sehool, be ause, etc John Bres ln C n t you t ll me my mark9N Rebecca Fra er What s my record so far thls serester9H Josephlne M11 s I nted to say that, but I d1dn't get a chan e ' Ewald K I don't understand that questlon Lols Whlte That lS the one word I forgot to look up ' Carlyle Johnson I knew that, but I d1dn't lnow how to express lt N B1ll Baker 'Mhat, ancth r t st' ' Stanley Johnson 'I l ft my book home by m1 take ' Walter Busch HI d1dn't have tlne ' Kenneth Kur z I'll draw that tomorrow H Dorls Kroger UMay we have muslc today, mr West9H FT1tZ Reyno s we fl cam Everyone vere to get hls own lessons John Telgen had hls Engllsh Orval Starr lost hls power of speech Mr Erlckson were as small as Harrls Zacharlas John Breslln had Marguerlte LEWIS' neeven h31FS Irene Erlclson lost her VOICG Vlola Carlson had Kate's lau h Jane Johnston and Betty Lundberg exchanged noses Esther Lyons had Harry Ryan's COlOTlDg Constance Johnson had to hurry. Harrlet KObGFStG1D flunked her Junlor year. Bobby Luepke were a woman hater. Ethel Kyle galned a pound. Eleanor Powers were a blond. QZD Kenneth Rasmussen would Nflyn off the handle. Frltz Reynolds were to take school serlously. Merwln McGee were Valedlctorlan. f, sLigN 'fi' 'gf I -,QN I!! 4: , X iqv 4732 X 49 Q If Lx I I LX f M X an X, H L ! f Xml .' in Na V J -V V " Q1 "- ' "XV int-Tv In-l . "' L1 . S5 n . .nv-,, . H ' a "' , t A 0 HI just couldn't do it.H--Kendel Swartz. H . . -- . I ' ,, m D ua- . ' d X C .n-- . -- 1' . 5 U a ' 1 e , .' . -- h . Il s ' H , ,,, ' ' 1 ' H WS. . C s """' I H ' .H--I ' ' , V u ' ,J - .1 -- ' H , , C . . -- . 'M e e .!'-- . l e .S 1 """ o ' l ' .'-- t . II 0 --. ' . . ' I , , , -- ' ld . f X . . 1 1 4 . I 1 .'. I WQOJG ALL A OUND Two Lolfers, stran ers to each other, rap ehed to weet oh' time 11HhS 'See that Wlfl over there? asked one Hlmaglne herparents HIIOWIHV her to upreal 1npubl1c 1U plus fours Just COpylHQ men's clothlnf H NThat slr, 13 my daught Sald the second Golfer promptly' HOh, pardon me l'm sorry 4 that I o1dn't know you were her! father UI'm not I'm her mother The customs O1flC18l was aa lng the usdal questlon Any thlhg to declare, 1adar9H o, he r plled, Uno eh, Ta a ald e offlclel oolltely, Hai I to take lt that the fur tall hang lng down uuder youl coat 15 your own9U f XX f' N f'ryfN f'Hr,H1 uf w.: uh wflx A fdll llle OJ 1 S O X NX 7 I so fy KN iff? 9 f and a co plete llhe CC OO Ur TIPS FOB Glenwood Clty, W1SCOHSlH Jw-IN rl BOY 4 F W A .N '7'?f ,xxx 2 MEATS and Grocerles lhohe 6 ff J CHLESE and TAI? 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Camp Curly on hai yr Ly ' a h'm lf o have wavy hair u r h r L t e p ano o ics Lo h orothy I e a 9 be f t verweig rwi MCG e ' s et high marks Too much ancin w r Peter sec c eac H's ory h wi h a e Pet rson E t g o e short Cali rn a suns i 11 rite R. a ng u o o- ive in Honolulu " 1 t T e " uter 1 an hing e ch nu l' king Ty 'n n eim 'n o e h,ard T n ue na Sh ard r ng o ive near Clear Lake p n t L monson One never k 9 eac ' y v n wEm ona S afsholt Mechanic o row u St h o ar a ie en ho than o d Me s e rg a in n 0 be popular J rr I ver o enter bus , e 'n elino e ' '1 hair o b be L Wave se H CDDB'-I COO Ohm D 0 G P Wi SOD d G-H D.DrH-U S GW 8? 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Fritz Reynolds: nHave you some- thing that will cure fleas on a dog?H r Lundberg I don't know, FF1tZ Fan jou tell me what alls the fleas9H TACT A man sat down to a tableln a smart restaurant and tled hls napkln around lS neck The manager called a boy Tell h1m tactfully that' not done hereu Boy,to man ' lave or halrcuw' M.E.r FRAHE K 1NTERNAT1oNAL HARvEsTER Farm Implements and Repairs HARNESSES PAINTS GAS O T Phone 85 Glenwood Clty NlSCOHSlD LENWOOB UMBLR NC XJ M525 fo -.702 xfz We Ralf, ffYQfL"' "......J..l Phone 223 Glenwood Clty, Wisconsln I'm the only guy that an make a success of LOAFIJG fff::,1 A X -ljfa uf- ? 16N- tx X , sift f ' ZW? K ,M 3CL'sL!1E Phone GLENWOOD CITY BAKERY Glenwood Glty WlSCOHS1H M - 1 " x as e. a. D C J X . y . - - IQ - - - 8 ' -f ee ee 12 ' I M w Q w ' h' ' . L : ' ' . X . . 3 u Z'Sl ' . - . G A K CW Cf , CLf7IW fm- -. 1 ,f N5 X' L ' ' C Q . 1. , . 4 'fx' ,J-f f 1 ' :' 11 H'o,, G M- - xx : W J f' if 7WWiT, f ' H, 1 -' A R ' . x'f-fm, ' Zf . Nl. J it l A. 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Ry! TAALII. Jane Johnston Betty Lundberg Harrlet Koberst ln and Rebecca Fraher Henry Lonaton FTltZ Sempf Janos w umann Fellx Thompson and berth l staf holt Heard ln French Je t' adore Shut the door yourself Heard 1D Chemlstry Betty L Got any HQOQ hy dog wants a drlnk Mr Sontag Sure' It'll be A1 for the K9 from M135 Nalrn How far are you the correct answer? harvln T61g6H Two seats! Harrls Z What do they call lady ln the hHgllSh room the that marks all the papers? Stanley Johnson It depends upon what she marks them 75 o12f7v17o:.'DnNce. FVZZT 15 LE L.Mm'P,:.ymc. f x. AwCesH NoC.n.L N-Ju.m.. Ashe Mn Tgulhllf. XMTR nam H1.t.KH 165 I X GQ f 9 f aff 'Bev Tam mag H Ni uhwegaop 9 Zan.. Rifou SHS DAruc.C afhvhJ I 22 'N D 4 X Nmmnc. Lmr. H mz.'H Dnntfe f 1 tan 'P-ex? n-xiii.-w Dnmeens -nf1ew.1ne be X CD 1 M4 770072, 80651 dan fvnwhenfnem rom me 111 t . F 'dx W X' W V W ' , . J lf If ' 1 I l Qs 9 Wx . . X L VJ 9 s I M lj' . K - . ' I ' v ,i 1 1 . ,. J i A . . . 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Sp9Cl3llZ6S 1D LADIQS BOBS ! f x K Ov N If jj Q4 XX, r' N 11 Mfiiffi J Shop 1U Pexle Bulldlng Glenwood Clty lsconsln ,J fWhen You are ln need of rULNHUUQ come and see us WE HAVE A PLAN VHEREBY YOU CAN BUY DIPECT FROI THE FACTORY THROUGH US WITH A VEQY STALL IATGIN LJ rl HFLDJ-Xrn C0 Furnlture and Funeral Supplles Phone l58J Phone 50 Downlng Glenwood Clty T' f' RVJLXJKUN TypeXMr1t1ng Shortrland Ph YSICS Engll 5 h Manual1'ra1n1ng Pklbllc Speaklng WOOlJWOTk1Hg ChE.m1stry FreN ch L I C1V1C J SOllD Geometry Economl Alg E. bra 1-1151501-Y B00 kkeeplng BU siness Praotlce GeN eral Sclence Geometry Mlss Boddy NHow would you punctuate the fOllOW1Dg 'Dorls Hall, COm1ng down the street'9N Kenneth Nl'd make a dash after DOFIS Hall N Irene B HWhere do the Jelly flsh get thelr Jelly Mary L HFrom the ocean currents, I guess Leroy Wallln wlshes he had been taklng Amerlcan Hlstory ln the tlme when Columbus d1s covered Amerlca there wouldn be so many presldents to learn IISS Isaacson. Nwhen was the revival of 1earning?N Jack S.: HJust before exams.N Mr. Erlckson: Nwell, what do you want?H Theodore B.: HI wanna vote--I reglstered here a few weeks ago . an ' .ff . T V X i l , fx 072'-X w v-31 v 11-1 v nr KL-31 v V ,FJ ZX- 767C lf7f7i"n'7F'7F7s 4f7V7s' f,,. ,fl ' -. XXX 1 L J lyk 4 Q Nw i I O- i ,Ia :QP x ' 4. . ,, .L F 5 or PROFIT T7O2fX3eijXXX ffq aeageeewacafcealflccaeee H r' r fx I U , l ' V F H ' : I 1- O X kj - - . O u - , . . ? 1 . ' U : I ' ' ' I9 a"in ' ' ' - . . - . U , t . I I os L' - ' , I X M KEN ?XE,Al?2fD mem. osff-f Merril Booth A,1.. 1, , Oregon forest ranger Viola Carlson ' An instructor in Swedish at Carlton College Doris Hall President of the W. C. T. U., now touring U. S. Helen Holmes Training fleas for a flea circus Catherine Jackelen Knitting socks for the heathen Charles Jackelen NB1g shotu in Wall Street, recently donated funds for G C H S Gym nstance John on Star dancer in George Wh1tG'S new Scandals Stanley Johnson The greate t authority in U S the NP1SG and Histori of Basketballn Doris Kroger Hollywood starring with Ken Maynard Harriet Langseth Mistress a Home for Two' Geneva Lewis A chiroiractor in Siberia Cyril Lyons King of Morocco Esther Lyons Studying music in Poland under Paderewski Dorothy IcGee Engaged to her employer President of Northern Pacific R R Merwin NcGee Landscane gardener in Ireland Edward Peterson Doubling for Bing Crosby in Hollywood Lucille Peterson Selling anklets to the Eskimos Marguerite Rasmussen Married to an Hawaiian, now soending six months in Reno Mary Rnuter Nurse for Maratna Gandhi in India Helen Seim Living in Norway where her husband owns a large lutefisk pacling plant Leona Shepard Peacelully residilg on a farm 1n Forest Violet Simon on mistress of an Orplan's Home in San Francisco Donald stafsholt U S Secretary of Treasury latilda Tiegen Working in her husband's laboratory in Arizona trying to find a toxin for measles Leroy Wallin Warden at Sing Sing Prison Alice Wold A Parisian Millinier Adeline Zielsdorf A hairdresser for Paramount Studios in Holtyzood .L.-f X, t J e,sitWi?g5E!IPalthJl!f .F""!"'l 11 The Seven Age of N1n CO S 3 . 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