Moorhead High School - Cho Kio Yearbook (Moorhead, MN)

 - Class of 1926

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U26 5 nf Uiutnn Heins nf Zliutnn Mains uf Svnbuul Bizms uf School HgA- -Q fi, Y , ,-- - ' ,i J f-ffiiir, fbff- W- ff,-si -f Y 4 - -c ill. ., ' A Y , f:1:i7..- , x S. O. Westberg, Treasurer: E. E. Sharp: A. O. Christiansen: F. G. Hill: A. M. I-lopeman, President: W. B. Meland, Clerlcg Bohlander, Superintendent Baath uf ftlillunatinn The Moorhead City Schools with more than 1,300 students is the largest single enterprise in the city. Not only is it more far-reaching in its effects on citizenship but it also has more capital invested in it than any of our industries. Our school system is controlled by the Board of Education consisting of six members with the Superintendent of Schools as the manager. Their duties are manyg among which is the election of teachers, the fixing of salaries, the construction and care of buildings, the purchasing and installation of modern equipment necessary for the best edu- cational work. For membership on the board of education there are many requirements. Some of these are: They must be good business men of line character, they must have broad sympathies and an understanding of needs of modern education. Our board is composed of such men who give freely of their time and efforts to efficiently manage the Moorhead schools. We. the Senior Class, realize the importance of the work done by the board of education and want to express our appreciation of what they have done for us. Q11 CH A IO -3' Monk nf Jfacultp .AA .I cuckiij-3,30 fm 'YL 'Y ' M , H' vo- - 1 7 X7 i'tt't"' .- c X f 1 --Y- f,ic.-G -jx ig ' fgficc- --1.L3.,:: f 'L+' 1. To the Members of the Senior Class: My first word to you through the medium of the Cho-Kio is a word of appreciation- appreciation of the splendid spirit of loyalty and co-operation which you have shown ever since you entered the High School. I have had occasion many times to commend this spirit and to express to others my recognition of it. It has been a delight to work with youg to fall in with your motives, your aims, your ideals: to help to realize some of your dreams and aspirations. My next word is a word of encouragement. As a result of your training, if you have made the best of it, you will be among the leaders of your respective communities, you will be a source of encouragement to othersg an inspiration to your friends, and an honor to your country. Your future should be full of hope and courage. You should move steadily forward doing the right as you see the right. You should meet the discouragements of life bravely and courageously and above all should ever give to your country the best there is in you. My final word is a word of exhortationfa call to service, not service to your school, but service to yourselves, a careful, honest, self-accounting, a detailed measurement of your possibilities: a reckoning of cost, and time and power: and then a positive determination to make every dollar, every moment, every effort count in the accomplishment of a serious purpose and the building of a noble character. To this end I pledge you my heartiest co-operation and support. J. BOHLANDER, Ph.lVl. Northwestern College. - 'W CH IO 1 ji , g 7 V . -,L S OluuN R. HILL Carleton College B.A. University of Minnesota Detroit, Michigan State Teachers Principal CAROLINE BRANAE St. Olaf College B.A. University of Minnesota Columbia University Librarian and Latin ADRILNNL na Boov Carleton College University of Minnesota B.A. University of Wisconsin Physical Education and English I EDWARD M. GILLIG University of Minnesota B.S. 4 Short Courses, University of Minnesota Agriculture GLENN HANNA Valley City, No. Dak. Valley City Normal B.A. , History and Athletics GLADYS Hawxms Minneapolis University of Minnesota B.S. Domestic Science Moorhead College Glenwood Elk River Moorhead CH li 222 19 ,E E L1sBE'r1-I S. JENSEN St. Olaf College B.A. University 'of Minnesota University of Wisconsin English IV and English MARIE JORGENSON Fairview Hospital R.N. I Chicago School of Civics ancl School Nurse MARTIN L. LINDAHL Carleton College B.A. History LILLIAN NELSON University of Minnesota Columbia University University of Minnesota English lll and French MARGARET NEWTON B.A Fargo Conservatory of Music Music Austin Moorhead v Philanthropy Braham Minneapolis Moorhead AGNES L. Ru-:ss Eagle Luke St. Olaf University of Minnesota Algebra B.S. CH I0 5- no I MAluoN R. RINGOEN University of Minnesota Science FRANK Roor Valparaiso University Bradley Polytechnic Stout Institute Howmua SCHUREN La Crosse Normal Physical Education ORETTA STEENI-:nsoN B.S. University of North Dakota Minnesota School of Business Commercial Department E'.s'rx-nan D. SWALESTUEN St. Olaf College B.A. University of California Geometry RUTH Tzufoan Hamline University B.A. English I and English Il Moorhead Moorhead Wisconsin Crookston Los Angeles Pipestone C: H Y I o 2-G - - D F A-' '- 57- 1 x , - , -A .f"- K B Bunk nf flilasses CH NIO W. A V ' -,.L L -, L lu' ' ' ,. " 0 " J - - i B A L , e if Re'-fs 5' ' W5-?f " 'L MYRTLE ALLEN l "Myrt Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3, 4 French Club 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Still waters run deep." HEI.. ELNA M. ANDERSON Rustacl Consolidated School l Girl Boosters 4 Century Club 4 Pin Pan Club 2 ' "A contented heart is an even sea in the midst of all storms." MAYME B. ANDERSON Comstock High School l, 2. Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3 "Not much tallf, but one great, sweet silence." OCTAVIA A. Aslcl-:GAARD "Oclgy" Comstock High School I, 2. Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3 "Will Tell" 4 "Modesty is her charm." PEARL G. ASKEGAARD "Askew Comstock High School I, 2 Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Century Club 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Mixecl Chorus 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Coed marks stand for hard IDOTIQ, not luck." RosE MARGUERITE BAILEY "Rosie" lVl.S.T.C. I, 2 Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3, 4 French Club 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Quiet to be sure-until you lfnom her." n at : ' W 1 "A H 1 Z--B Q. ..... b .f"'s "B MARGARET BALLARD "Peggy" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Girls' Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Class Basketball 3 Debate 4 Associate Editor 4 "The fairest garden in her loolfs, And in her mind the wisest hooks." GUNHILD S. Br:KKERus Girl Boosters 4 "Fen: things are impossible to one with persistence." FRANCES BENEDICT "Frank" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 French Club 4 Mixed Chorus 4 "Will Tell" 4 "The girl with a heart and a smile That makes the bubble of life worth while." SINA HENRIETTA BERG Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club I, Z, 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2, 3, 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Coed nature and good sense are her companions." Lois Bssrlc "Peay" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3 Pin Pan Club 2, 3 Girls' Chorus 3 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Short, sweet and saucy." PRISCILLA BOGENRIEF "Percy Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3 Pin Pan Club 2 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Iust a happy, smiling friencl to all." CH C D l -Ax IO HAROLD BRIGGS "Briggs" Glee Club l, 2, 3 Football 2 Basketball 2 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Courteous and kind is he: A friend we're always glad to sec." MABEL CAnLsoN "Melts Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2 "Will Tell" 4 "sincerity always has a charm of its own. -1 u L1-:LLA V. CORNISH "Lell Barnesville High School l, 2, 3 Girl Boosters 4 Century Club 4 Class Basketball 4 "The mildest manners, and the gentlest -heart." JAMES Cos'rA1N Wig ancl Mask 3, 4 "Penrod" 3 Snapshot Editor, Cho-Kio "A good reputation is are valuable than m money. "Cos" JOHN COSTAIN Glee Club l, 2, 3 Century Club 3 Literary Society 2 Boys' Chorus 3 Double Octette 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Orchestra l, 2 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "When mischief prevails he is always there." MARGARET DOMMER "Margie" Girl' Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Wig and Mask 4 Chorus 3 Girls' Mixed Chorus 3, 4 President "BCD Club" 4 Staff Artist, Cho-Kio "The "The Fire Prince" 3 Belle of Barcelona" 3 A little bit of sunshine A very winning smile A little lzit of devilment Marie this girl worth while." CH - . 4 e 'A .k,,,. ..A I.. Aucr. Louisa Em.UNn Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 French Club 4 Class Baslretball l, 2, 3 "Will Tell" 4 , "Quietly she works away, failhful lo every duly." ELIZABETH Enwsnns "Lizzie" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 4 Orchestra l Basketball 3, 4 "Will Tell" 4 "To pu! the ball in the baske! is lhis girl's arm, And when il's done lo do il again." CORINNE EIDE "Conny" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2 Wig and Mask 3, 4 Declamatory Contest 3, 4 Dosland Declamatory Contest fGolcl Medal, 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "A sweet personality but that isn'l all." Ji-:Roms EIDE "jerry" Glee Club 2, 3 "Rest first then work." MAmoN Ewmncn "Happy" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century 3, 4 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2, 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Mixed Chonls 3, 4 Declamatory 3, 4 Debate 4 Basketball l Yell Leader l Class Secretary 2 President Pin Pan 3, 4 "Penrod" 3 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 Vice-President Wig and Maslc 4 President Girl Boosters 4 Snap Shot Editor, Gio-Kio 4 "Will Tell" 4 "None so loyal, none sa true To all aclivilies in M. H. S." MARY ANN ELus "Mary" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3 Century Club 4 Pin Pan Club 4 Literary Society 2 "Combination, lvoolfs and fun She's a friend to everyone. " Y?--A CH ' I0 . ji l 1 1 ARNOLD ERICKSON "Arnie" Century Club 3, 4 Class Baseball 3 Class Basketball 3, 4 "Fate tried to conceal him by calling him Erickson." FRANK EUREN "Fat" Glee Club 2, 3 Century Club 3 French Club 4 Football 3, 4 Class Baslretball 3, 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Athlete, scholar, I declare, And a friend most rare." LILA FEVIG "Fevig" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 3 Pin Pan Club l, 3 Class Basketball l, 3, 4 "She resorts to her memory for her jokes, And to her imagination for her facts." ELEANOR Fmcn "Ai" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Mixed Chorus 4 "'Will Tell" "With a smile for everyone she wanders on her may." INGA FtNSTAD "Ink" Georgetown High School I N.D.A.C, 2 Girl Boosters 4 "She always has lime to he courteous. SARAH Fulcxla "Slim" Shelly High School I, 2, 3 Girl Boosters 4 "She's all that's honest, honorable and fair." CH IO :il F - D-, 'i i' f EDWARD Fosuw "Eff Football 4 "He won his fame in football." LILLIAN Fosuam "Lil' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 3 "Will Tell" 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "She laughs and the school laughs with her, She giggles, and the teachers fro-mn." HAROLD FRIDLUND "Happy" Glee Club l, 2, 3 Century Club 3 lf.ettermen's Club 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Basketball 4 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4 Double Octette 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Class Vice President 3 "Will Tell" 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "Disguise his bondage as he will Tis a woman rules him still." VICTOR F. FRIDLUND "Vic" Glee Club I, 2, 3 Century Club 3 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Basketball Coach Class of '27 "To the 'Victor' belongs the spoils." CAROLINE GATES "Carol Girl Boosters 4 - Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2, 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Class Basketball 3 "Will Tell" 4 "She's lzright, she's happy and kindly, 'tis true." ..Ann., ANNABELLE GODFREY Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Triple Quintette 2 Mixed Chants 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 3 President Excelsior Club 4 Class Treasurer 4 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 "lf music he the food of love sing on For is there a heart that music cannot melt?" CH L IO W. gi HARRIETT HALLENBLRG "Holtz" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2, 3, 4 Literary Society 2 "Will Tell" 4 "Full of fun and mischief too, Doing things she shouldn'l do." Lois V. HALL M.S.T.C. I, 2 Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 French Club 4 Wig and Mask 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 3 Orchestra 3 Violin Trio 3, 4 Basketball 4 "Will Tell" 4 "With a .smile and a jest on her lips each day, This girl brightens the high school may." HERBERT HANSON "Herb" Clee Club l, 2, 3 Century Club 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Boys' Chorus 3 Double Octette 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Orchestra 2, 3 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4 Debate 3, 4 Editor-in-Chief, Cho-Kio "Will Tell" 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "He's like the base of a tune so solid, dependable and true." EVELYN HANSON "Eve" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Her hair reflects the gold of her heart." ILA HENDERSON "Tal" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3 Pin Pan Club 2, 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Class Basketball 3 Basketball 2, 4 President Pin Pan Club 2 "Her delight is in athletics." Ross CLARA HOFFMAN Girl Boosters 4 "Silence is a true friend that never betrays." C H lynx, ,XX ig i t J 17 M '- so B gf - gi, .--li , ' -ff' - -Less- r -QX ' ' -' E Mumsi. HOUGLUM 'Curly' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 4 Wig and Mask 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Orchestra 3, 4 President Fourian Club 4 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 "Music in her finger-lips, Music in her hearl, Music from her laughing lips, Music is her url." RALPH HUFF "Huff" Glee Club l, 2, 3 Century Club 3 Wig ancl Mask 2, 3, 4 Double Octette 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 "Penrod" 3 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Will Tell" 4 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 "Too much slucly is never lhe basl, ll disturbs one's burly and al nigh! onc's rest." joHN INci:RsoLL "Inger" Glee Club 2, 3 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Football Captain 4 Class Basketball 3 Class Treasurer 3 Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4 "Penrod" 3 "Will Tell" 4 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "As fohnny Inger Cflen lhey say he ELEANOR lvl-1RsoN Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Wig and Mask 4 Literary Society 2 Class Basketball 2 "Will Tell" 4 "As a friend, she is as he Jiri his sluff, gels away wilh a bluff." lrue as the sun.' HANNAH A. IVERSON "Hana" Girl Boosters 4 Clee Club 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3 Wig and Mask 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Girls' Chorus 3 "A smeel and genllc maid Wilh a cule and genlle way." LEONARD JOHNSON "Swede" Glee Club I, 2, 3 Century Club 3 Double Octette 4 Class Basketball l "A lfincler genllcman lreacis noi lhe earlhf' F ,, A 'I J L-ix Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3 Literary Society 2 "A sincere girl, me wish her well." HETTIE E. JONES Pershing High School I, 2, 3 Girl Boosters 4 "She is just the happy lfind, Whose nature never varies." GEORGE KAL1. nludge' Basketball 3, 4 Basketball Captain 4 Class Basketball 2 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 "He more a hashfull loolf, Baslfetlmll his study, girls his books." ALPHA M. Kuuu-ronN "Alfie M.S.T.C. I Rustad Consolidated School 2, 3 Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 4 Wig and Mask 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Mixed Chorus 4 "A 'very pleasant combination, A goocl student, good sport and good friend." SYLvEs'rER KNAUF "Mike" Glee Club I, 2, 3 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Double Octette 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Football I, 2, 3 Basketball I, 2, 3 Athletic Board of Control I Class President I, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President Wig and Mask 3 President Wig and Mask 4 Business Manager, Cho-Kio "Pom-od" 3 The Fire Prince" 3 The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Adam and Eva" 4 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 "ln athletics he's a wonder, As class president hc's no less." .4 it EDITH G. KRUMBEIN Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club I Class Basketball 3 "Always the same: quiet and lfincif' I ADA L. JONES "Aff l V 'O y y - B-332 2 10 Grace LAMONT "Gracie" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2 French Club 4 "Will Tell" 4 "She's loo agreeable to make an enemy." ELEANOR D. LARSON Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3 Pin Pan Club I, 2, 3 "She never misses a chance io :lo a friendly ' acl." A Fmmcxs LECLAIR "Freak" Century Club 3 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4 joke Editor Cho-Kio 4 "Will Tell" 4 "His freckles are in proportion io his good nature." HELMER LEE. Glee Club I, 2 "Why worry? The more tve study The more our ignorance me discover." THELMA I. Lu: "Babe" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3 French Club 4 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Books are her passion and her delight." Im M. LINDBLAD "Babe" Climax High School I, 2, 3 Girl Boosters 4 "A nice lillle girl is Ira." CH 'IG 1 sd- - ' ee, JV: A . . A P.-ig W 1,3-1 . --f,-- gf' QQ.-j.9g .ff-'-if 'f HELEN GERALDINE LORIMER "Blackie" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Pin Pan Club 2 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Girls' Chorus 3 Tripple Quintette 2 Class Basketball 2, 3 President Group Five 4 "Laughing lips, big brown eyes, Make the maiden lavalzly wise." MARGARET LUNDEEN "Herlfy Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 4 Century Club 4 "Will Tell" 4 "A merry heart goes all day." MAUDE ELAINE MAGNUSON "Tish" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 4 Pin Pan Club 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Mixed Cllorus 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 3 "Will Tell" 4 "Employment is her enjoyment and her charm ln lacing just herself." EUGENE F. MARQUART "Gene" "One wonders what his secrets are, And what he thinks, He guarrls them all so carefully As does old Egypt sphinxf' EVA HELEN MARTIN "Spark-ie" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Duo Art Music Club 4 Class Basketball 2 Girls' Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Organization Editor, Cho-Kio Secretary Super Sixes 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Adam and Eval' 4 "A brown-eyecl, red-haired personality, Plum full of pep and originality." MAURICE MA'FFSON "Matty" Class Basketball l, 2 "He fears the Iviles of maiden's smiles." CH no 1 xx -.-1.41.-. A- ' 4? -. or L L 1 A .if f tl-:Lx MILD MATTSON "Mike" Glee Club l, 2, 3 Century Club 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Double Octette 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Class Basketball 3 Student Athletic Manager 2, 3 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "Will Tell" 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "Gaze into his eyes, you'll see a little angel, Gaze a little longer, you'll see a little imp." e VIOLETTE V. MCAULEY "Vi' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4' Century Club 3 Pin Pan Club 3 French Club 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "A form more fair, a face more sweet Has never been my lot lo meet." jon-IN M521-:AN "Chick' Glee Club l, 2 Century Club 3 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4 "A good fellow who gets his lessons as often as the rest of us." n MYRTLE MELBY "My: Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3 Wig and Mask 3. 4 Literary Society 2 Duo Art Music Club 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Basketball Captain 2, 3, 4 Vice President 2, 4 President Super-Sixes 4 Coach of Class of '25 Secretary Wig and Mask 4 "Fire Prince" 3 "Belle of Barcelona" 3 -"Liked here, liked there, Liked everywhere." ALFRED R. MELBY "Ally" Glee Club 2, 3 Century Club 3 Football 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4 Class Baseball 3 "A quite, gentlemanly fellow." ALICE MIDGARDEN "Middy" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 4 Wig and Mask 4 , junior reporter "Spudette" 3 School Reporter Fargo Forum 3, 4 Feature Editor Cho-Kio 4 , - "Her willingness will min her many friends." 525. -, cu e IO W . . it - - - ' gf? --, T Y , Y YY , ' Q '- Fi: 3 ., 7 - " 5-M ' -1-C-, if ' re ' ' --?,'j? V4 '- 1 WILLAMINE Momzow "BylIe Girl Bbosters 4 Clee Club l, 2, 3 Literary Society 2 Pin Pan Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Declamatory Contest 3 "Will Tell" 4 uSll6'S small, but so is a stick of dynamite. HENRIETTA C. NIELSEN "Sis Bamesville High School l, 2 Breckenridge High School 3 Girl Boosters 4 "A quiet girl who never speaks unless shc's spolfen lo." Ror NoRDsTnoM "Lefty' French Club 4 President of French Club 4 Movie Operator 4 "His creed is live each Jay as it comes.' Csnnou. A. NYE nfunior' lVl,S.T.C. l. 2. 3 nl love to browse in a laboratory." HAZEL J. O'DAY "Hazel' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Class Basketball 2, 3 "Will Tell" 4 "fast an all-around goozl scout." OLIVE OSNESS uBuJ' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3 Century Club 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Treasurer Century Club 4 "A hundred per cent combination of skill, loyalty ancl pep." P cu ,, El I?-Ax SYLVIA Osriu-:M "Sally" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3 Pin Pan Club 2 French Club 4 "Sally is happiest when completely surrounded by mark-if it's hnishedf' LLOYD PAXTON "Paxton Double Octetle 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3 Football 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Class Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Athletics and Lloyd go hand in hand." ESTHER PAYNE Girl Boosters 4 "These quiet people often deceive you." Fntmces Psi-msoN ' "France" Girl Boosters 4 Clee Club I, 2, 3, 4 District Music Contest, Piano 3, 4 Class Treasurer I Vice-President French Club 4 "Will Tell" 4 Valeclictorian "Music is the expression of one'.s soul." FLORENCE C. PETERSON "Flossy" Clear View High School I, 2 Girl Boosters 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Quiet manner oft covers a likeable girl." HELEN PETERSON "jackie" Clear View High School I, 2 Girl Boosters 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Quietly she works away, faithful to every duty." Q, 3 l IO , A, ,L 'X' A .Q A f f f V J , s V. 1 Di x Q ' ' s. 1' - Q... i'g' ' ff"- -2 ' 1i CHARLES PHILLIPS "Chuck' Glee Club l, 2, 3 Wig and Mask 2, 3, 4 Class Basketball l, 2, 3 Double Octette 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 "fudge mc by what I am." Geoncrz Pnossrrizw ufudge' Glee Club l, 2, 3 Garden Club 4 Literary Society 2 Double Octette 4 "This boy lalfes lo learning gladly, Striving hard his lillfk to dag Bu! lhere's one thing missing badly, For he's yet lo learn lo moo." EVELYN R. Quxcic "Evie' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Class Secretary 4 "The Fire Prince" 3 "The Belle of Barcelona" 3 "She sam and loved." RUBY RENDALL "Ruby Girl Boosters 4 Pin Pan Club 3, 4 French Club 4 Vice President Pin Pan 3 Secretary and Treasurer French Club 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Quiet lillle Rulzy With sunny aulwum hair, Always has her lessons, Never has a care." Glee Club l, 2, 3 Century Club 3 Wig and Mask 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Boys' Chonis 3 Double Octette 4 Mixed Choms 3, 4 Orchestra l, 2 Debate 3, 4 "XVill Tell" 4 "Three Live Ghosts" 4 "Adam and Eva" 4 "Women, lhou shall have a place in my kingdom." ANNA Ri-:rrAN "Ann Rustad High School l, 2 Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 4 Century Club 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Debate 4 Q President "Lucky Sevens" 4 Q Mixed Gmorus 4 "Small in statue, broad in mind, Does her best at all times." u Q Ls Ror REDMAN "Red' FY CH IO T 1. ,- - ja " ,- F ,A - 175- ,I Rex R. RICE Wig and Mask 3, 4 Literary Society 2 Debate 2 "Penrocl" 3 "Marks and not gir CLARIBEL M. RICHARDS Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 ls are Duo Art Music Club 4 Mixed Chorus' 4 .. .. Rex . .. cum. "Kabel" "The only may to have a friend is lol be Q 0710. CLEMENT M. Rusr-I Orchestra 2, 3, 4 "Il isn't what you' do-it'.r what you get away with." "Rachel" WILLIAM CLARENCE RUSSELL "Bill" Glee Club 3 "Shy he mas, and we thought him cold." OLGA F. SANDII: "Doddie" Girl Boosters 4 "What sweet delights a quiet life afordsf' ALBERT SATER Glee Club l. 2 Class Basketball 3, 4 Double Oclette 4 Mixed Chorus 4 "Will Tell" 4 "1 never lrouhle trouble till lrouhle troubles IHC. T x CH 10 A' Lxi .. jx W- - -JV .y u so in , G ' R 1 l'lAROLD SocN "Sogn" Glee Club l, 2 Literarv Society 2 Football 2 Class Basketball 2, 3 . "Let the women amuse themselves: thal's my motto." TOLEDO SocN Glee Club 2, 3 Class Basketball l, 2 "And I have oft heard defended Littlest said is soonest mended." Erm-:L F. SONTAG "Sunny" Girl Boosters 4 V Glee Club 2, 4 Century Club 4 Pin Pan Club 2, 4 Literary Society 2 "Will Tell" 4 "She appears quiet: Cet acquainted and you'll change your mind." CLARA E. STAHL "Clary" LaMoure High School l, 2 Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3 "All things are easy to a milling mind, And fate to a determined marker kind." l..ILLlAN E. S1'svnNsoN "Li1' Girl Boosters 4 Pin Pan Club 3 French Club 4 "Will Tell" 4 "Ready to IDOfk and ready to play, Ready to help whenever she may." MARGARET S. STIREWALT "Micky Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 4 Basketball 2 "Will Tell" 4 X "A quiet little miss, a sweet little miss, A smiling little miss-that's Margaret." n an P F- cng i fg uo 1 ni STANFORD C. STRAND Glee Club l, 2, 3 Basketball 3 Class Basltetball l, 2, 3, 4 Clan Baseball 3 Debate Athletic Editor Clio-Kio "Will Tell" Salutatorian "His scholarship is high-and so is our conception of him." Mimnsn M. SUTTON Girl Boosters 4 A "Silence is one of the great arts of conversation." BENJAMIN P. SWENSON "Benny" "He's neither a Bookworm nor in social hound, But he's a darn good fellow to have around." RUTH SWENSON "Ruthie" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 French Club 4 Literary Society 2 "She does her duties well." IONE FAI-: Tucxnn Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2 Century Club 3 Pin Pan Club l, 3, 4 Class Basketball l Secretary Pin Pan Club 3 "Sweet, sincere and sociable." ILA: MAE TUCKER Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2 Century Club 3 Class Basketball 2, 3 "One gentle, genuine, and generous "Millie" li CH I0 F FX . X K Iv-M -- f "'A -'--X J Vi. Y K ix - V V V' V OPAL TUDAHL "Boots" Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3 Pin Pan Club 2 Wig and Maslr 3, 4 Declamatory Contest 3, 4 Doslaixd Declamatory Contest fsilver Med- al 3 "Will Tell" 4 "To see her was lo love her." OLGA TWEETEN Comstocl: High School l, 2 Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Duo Art Music Club 4 Girls' Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus 4 "Will Tell" 4 "ln infancy she fell oul of a window and 4 came down-plump." CHESTER WESTBERG "Chess" Glee Club l, 2 Class Basketball l, 2, 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Double Octette 4 "The presidential seal needs ingenious men like Wilson, Harding, Coolidge or me." FLORENCE C. WILSON "Flo' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3 "Will Tell" 4 "1 would ralher amuse than enslave my mind." M. VIRGINIA WILSON "Virg' Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club 3 Century Club 3 French Club 4 Orchestra 3, 4 Violin Trio 3, 4 "Will Tell" 4 "She has alwilily and a good personality' JAM-ES WITHEROW "jimmy Glee Club 3 Century Club 3 Class Basketball 3 "On his ideal of a perfect day, Mankind would not worlf but play." . n CH 2 Y' - ET -D .rg " 3 VERONA Wow Girl Boosters 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 3, 4 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 Violin Trio, 3, 4 President Octavians 4 "Will Tell" 4 "As stately as an oak." Fm-:D E. ZETA Clee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Century Club 4 "Love me, lov l'lAROLD T. EmcKsoN Clee Club 2, 3 Football 4 Class Basketball 2, 3 "A quiet-mannered lad was courteous and carefree." Benn-IA MAE THoMPsoN M.S.T.C. I, 2. 3 Girl Boosters 4 "A good character gives splendor l President ........... . Vice President ...,.. Secretary ........... Treasurer ..... e my Ford." "Rona" "Freddie" "Erick" he, "Berdie" o youlhf' fllilass Gffiners Glass Qlnlnrs Green and White Qllass jflntner Wllite Rose AN c H in 0 " " - V ' I Q Qfff f 3' fgrq w ,, 7 7, 1 .if-- -5 b ff ' - - f - v., f,,- b ,- :gf 1, :i11-- '-4-:- f 1-V 1Binture Zlaisturp nf beninrs 7 'WiW5X1 ufX W 1 , MH I , 1 ciQfff"'Mii fgcggwiglfl 5 vi g, QL CST! -iwljghj vvbixgy Ffzgbx J Y E , we f' 4 - gf , AE X J R J K QEN K X C N in ' K 1 5125 f N m Qx 6 9 1 X 1 w G1 S 9 lHH HH ffxfkg w IH ff 1 tim 'V of-'fb' IX ' I ' lf- ,. -..ff 1' 11 X X W ' M M S Jl r , X g5 C H " Q . I O im 5 X Glass bistnrp Moorhead, Minnesota May l, l926 Dear Uncle Bimz- I'm sure you'll be glad to hear about Chester, who is to graduate from Moorhead High School this year. After making a world-wide search we decided to send him to Moorhead. We found that it was recommended by all authorities on education, so of course that was the school a Gump should attend. Min and I are so proud of him. He is a chip of the old block and has helped to keep my name famous. Chester is called "Gumpy" at school. Now, when I was a boy, I was plain "Andrew," because my mother did not like nicknamesg but Andrew is a line name anyway. When Chester was a freshman, he was almost elected class president, but another boy, Sylvester Knauf, was chosen because he received the most votes. lf he hadn't been there, Chester would have showed them what a real president was. Mr. Knauf has been president every year since. Just to think that Chester should have had the honor and didn't is really heart breaking because when I was in school, I was begged to be president. Chester attended all the freshman picnics and parties. He was the life of all the parties just like his dad. He learned a lot too as a freshman. , He is some boy-it is easy to see who he gets his brains from. He found that it wasn't proper to draw pictures of his teacher. This is what ended his artistic career. Chester and I really are good artists but neither of us show our talent.. During Chester's Sophomore year, he was requested to join the Wig and Mask Society because of his dramatic ability. After much coaxing he consented to become a member, if he wouldn't have to play the lead in too many plays. l'm glad he thought of that because I once had a nervous breakdown from having to appear too often as leading man. Chester certainly was a credit to the Sophomore class! When Sonny was a Junior, he played basket-ball. The juniors won the interclass tournament just because of his help. He played frontward on the team and sure made the basket. No, I mean he played forward. During my college career, I was the star player on our team. Outside teams hardly consented to play ours when they knew I was playing. Chester also took part in football. He was one of the main drawbacks. He also was water boy. He is just like his father, a strong, husky, muscular athlete. In May the Juniors gave the Seniors a fine oriental banquet. Chester had to help decorate the gymnasium and it was so much work. He almost had a breakdown because of his frail condition and over-work. He is such a delicate child for his age. Through Miss Jensen's help and instructions they were rewarded for their labor, for many said that it was one of the best looking banquet halls that the High School has ever had. Chester also took part in the Declamatory Contest. As he had a sore throat that evening, he couldn't speakg so Opal Tudal, a Junior Miss, was awarded the silver medal. ln the Lincoln Essay Contest there was a tie between Chester and Herbert Hanson: but Hnally Herbert, another nice, Junior boy, was awarded the medal. Chester will graduate in june. Are you coming from Australia to Moorhead for the occasion? We certainly would love to have you, and l'm sure that Mr. Bohlander would make you the principal speaker. Chester didn't go out for football this year but the Moorhead team defeated Fargo, the tirst time in ten years. Min and I attended the game. It sure was some game. We bought hot dogs and caused the team to win by our yelling. Chester did not enter the Declamatory Contest but Corrine Eide, a Senior: Bernice Hanson, a Sophomoreg and Leanord Beite, a junior, won Hrst prizes in the Dramatic, Humorous and Oratorical divisions. Chester's picture is in the Cho Kio which the smart senior class is putting out. The senior class is so bright because they have a Crump to lead the pace. If I were a senior though I'd show them a thing or two. You asked me what Chester would like for a graduation present. Min told me to write and tell you about his school success and then you could judge as to what he deserves. I think, though, that the new airplane coaches are nice. Why shouldn't Chester be a success in High School for isn't he a true Gump? He is a boy to be proud of. He is just like his father, always ahead, first in everything! Chester has taken a great liking to Carpentry, due to his line work in Manual Training under the careful teaching of Mr. Roof. Min and I will be greatly disappointed, however, if he turns out to be a carpenter because we expect him to be a "chip of the old block" and be president like his father nearly was. Now, Bim, clon't you think he is a fine boy, and a credit to the Gumps and didn't he do his share in making the class of l926 a roaring success? But after all he takes after his father. Your ambitious nephew, ' Andy Gump. P. S. Min sends her love. So does Chester. Bless his little heart! A. C, P. S. Moorhead is going to run me for president of the school board at next election. A. C. Q Qfgf.O ' ?-.ax ,, f Y V-X Y : iiuniur lass rw-OOKJ Qlllass QBfficsrs President .........7,,.,,..,,.,,7,,,....7,.... Theodore Ingersoll Vice President ...,.. ,,7,,.Yw.o.o M argaret Schranz Secretary .......,, ......,.,AA,,, E ditha Quick Treasurer . ...,,,.... Ethel Anderson x Q fr Ax 7 :TT-V f f Mft QQ.-1'i47 lf '4' r r CH ' g1f5 io ' f A -. V s in-"nl '1 "" M" i ii infix ' , f " -7 - a vi - --'X' is I is---:si e Ethel Anderson Ferdinand Anderson Hazel Anderson Victor Anderson Lenord Beite Fontella Berkey Sievert Bielfeldt Cordelia Blount Evelyn Boatman Mildred Briggs Irma Bergeson Almehda Cosgrove Corine Dahlstrom Lila Davenport Lillian Davenport Allan Dotson Ruth Eklund Rachel Ellingson Thelma Erickson Irene Fitzgerald Frances Flaten Fay Fritch Dorothy Gates Bertha Grier Gordon Grina Helmer Halvorsen Agnes Hanson Jerome Hendrickson James Herlick Frances Hoffman Earl Horner Theodore Ingersoll Irene Jenkinson La Verne Johnson Rudolph Johnson Donald Jones Gladys Jorgenson Valborg Jorgensen James Kalbrener Dorothy Kossick Ethel Kuehl Theodore Larson Elmer Larson Godfrey Larson Trumen Larson Juniors Louise Leiseth Albert Lerberg Frances Liljedahl Gerhard Lillefloren Lillian Lillefloren Carrie Lindberg Helga Lindblom Vernie Lindblom Louretta Lineham Alfred Meland Stella Mollner Loren Ness Henrietta Nielson Florence Oberg Arthur Oberg Jennie Odegaard Curtis Ogren Iola Osness Ellie Peterson Robert Peterson Raymond Peterson Eclitha Quick Gertrude Raer Margaret Ramsay Ruth Ramsland Francis Remely Thelma Russell Joseph Ryze Dorothy Salisburg Gladys Sater Alfreda Sattre Margaret Schranz Quinten Shiley Donald Spencer Billy Stevenson Edna Sneider Celestine Stribley Clarence Thompson Lawrence Thompson Violet Van Vlissing Eunice Videen Mary Wade Billy Wagner Leone Ward William Wambach Mabel Winquist CII CH 'ghJO -x - -i J -, " ' ,- " - 9 - x ' , -V i A, -Vi i ii "-., ---b Nh , .,-Q,,,:Y -ff au- - --Q , e- .- ' - X f f I '. , --11 -4 Q 14. . .,, L" I 'M TV 3 bupbumure Glass qjriyg-LJ Glass QBffi:zrs President ................................ ..,...A..... Basil Shipp Vice President .,.... .......... E velyn Fridlund Secretary ,,....,,, ..,..,..... E velyn Hanson Treasurer .,.,.,,... Edwin Benedict OH IO ?1 Xxurs. CH IO in-ix Quphumures Lyle Anderson Violet Anderson Lucia Askegaard Edwin Benedict Anna Bellerud Hannah Berg Helen Bergstrom Callista Berrigan Olga Bertelson Edythe Boehmer Walter Bowman Virginia Broad Ula Carmen Marie Carney Margaret Colliton Richard Diemert Audrey Dyer Roy Edenborg Alma Erickson Erling Erickson Floyd Erickson Eleanor Fahlander Sylvester Fahlander Anna Finstad Hazel Freeman Robert Freeman Evelyn Fridlund Lillian Frimanslund Ferryl Garvin Dorothy Gibson Leslie Gronbeck Clifford Holmrast Christian Holsen Alice Hanson Bernice Hanson Edna Hanson Evelyn Hanson Laura Haugstad Wayne Herreid Albert Hopeman Carmen Houser Grace Holmes Alice Hooverson Alice Iverson Orpha ,Ioranson Simon Jepson Olive Yonker Evelyn Johnson Evelyn Kaester Lucille Kalin Evelyn Kall Guenhild Larson Alice Lindsey Echo Lodgaard Hazel Lorimer Maybelle McCann Robert Malvey Harold Mattson Viola Mattson Herbert Moberg Allan Moe Obert Nelson Roseltha Nesheim Dorothy Ness Alma Nielson Arthur Olness Margaret Prindle Orvielle Ramsland Lucille Reiss Ward Remington Carroll Rice Dorothy Roberts Dorothy Rogers Arlo Rudd Sandie Rudolph Gladys Sahlberg Julia Sandie William Schill Elmer Sharp Melba Shiley Basil Shipp Olive Skauge Fred Sorenson Elton Strand Alice Tastrude Inez Teigen Ingeburt Thormodsgaard Viola Thormodsgaard Theodore Umhoeter John Walker Frances Webster Merle Wentzell Robert Williams X ,gy gs 1...a '--Q--- - ---N bupbumnrss x f f as X j, ff YQQWN Q Q 0 h, ,' f 44' r f l f A I " X Q 1 'XX X- , fl lx XO Q 1 E211 groin up sumztime X xi jy M K X ' CH lO L.. - e -f i, 1,--e - e- f- .4,:i -. - ' -vi : M,, A ,- 5, Jfresbman lass rw:-QTTKP Glass QBtfts:e1'f President ........,.A,.. ,,.,,,,, .,., R u dolph Christiansen Vice President .,te,, ,..,.,,...t...... 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'l RMI, :M f , if,-V ,Six -' -: wr V A 'V VA g 1-2-ix Thelma Adsero Esther Altenberd Ellsworth Amundson Grace Anderson Robert Anderson Ruby Anderson Steven Antolik Rolfe Askegaard Nellie Bailey Walterine Barry George Benedict Ruth Berquist Clifford Bowman Alice Brendemuhl Lillian Cable Ruby Carlson Ernest Cederburg Sarah Chaffee Rudolph Christianson Edna Connelly Eugene Conroy Clifford Cook Loretta Corben Theoline Corneliuson Frederick Dommer Marjorie Edwards Philip Eide Marvin Engebretson Goodwin Erickson Jack Errington Floyd Euren Paul Euren Dorothy Fisher Oscar F laten Fem F ritch Violet Grier Laura Griffee Jfresbmen Louis Griffee Adel Grina Ruth Hallenberg Maybelle Halvorson Breath Harvey William Haugstad Donald Hilde Christian Holsen Lillian Hopeman Virginia Houglum Carl Iverson Elsie Iverson Carl Johnson George Johnson Marie Johnson Woodrow Johnson Marie Kalbrener Robert Kinina Lawrence Knauf Sophie Knuth Victor Koeng Clifford Kuehl Herbert Loss Ruby Lee Victor Leiseth Beatrice LeVitre Lillian Lillelloren Virginia Lindberg Rhoda Marr Ruth Mart Ward McCabe Clifford Malvey Robert Marquardt Delia Meland Annadell Meyer Harry Miley Ethel Miller Wallace Miller William Morrow Wilbur Mortenson Alyce Myers Andre Munn Violet Neilson Henry Ness Janes Netser Ralph Nelson Carl Ness Freddie Poehls Noel Ramsland Hazel Redmen Carola Rue Sylvia Rue Evelyn Rundgren Lester Rush Edel Sattre Edward Schraeder Robert Scott Francis Smith Walter Sogn Ruth Stempf Alvino Stevens Maria Stribley Eleanor Swanson Stanley Swenson Yngue Swenson Stella Torkelson Florence Wade Edith Wagner Vernon Weslgard Agnes Williams Clarence Williams Clarice Wollen Ramseler Wyatt Robert Ydstie Lawrie Zwack EM' ' - if E A , f ' Y f,, 3- ax I f ,.V7 G L , -i ts V ,.,- .-.,,,.-f A -,V .Q jfresbies . X X YW:-TN, XX XX XX x X NX Xxx, X , 1 ffl, N X LX X QXNXX ,X 6:72 A -K XA X X- X x ff bl 1 X , L f1!,' iHkJ 'Q mv 5 fy li' X 'C 70 1- f j li S v - fffffffff ff H S W 0 f f" Q A f l-J-"""1' :ls 5 2: Pff S315 il elf? iX"iY-"'-3 -:ij jg mnvuagvg A - 7 if want mp jllilama I- ' - .L F L -f , 1q. Ig -' w ,' M x -'xv - - '- Qi iiuninr Zlaigb Cv-C0111 Clilass Qliuuncil EIITO 3 President ...,.......,........,......,.............. C 1 M I 5 Vlce President Earl M Secretary .,,,,,,w,.. ,,.......,,.,. C arrol Frldl d 'E' ' I - -'mfg If A , if K " i i i i? y H - 4- ,. a.,c:- .4 -M ,...i , 4 1 Hulda Gigstad-Moorhead S.T.C., Mathematicsg Evelyn Miller-Moorhead S.T.C., Seventh Grade English: Elbeda Peterson- St. Cloud S.T.C., Geography, Bertha Ruslvold-Moorhead S.T.C., Historyg Albertina Anderson-St. Cloud S.T.C., Eighth Grade Englishg Not on picture-Lucy Sheffield-Penmanship and Drawing. Junior Ztaigb Five years ago, when the new school was built, a new department called the Junior High School was introduced. In those five years the Junior High developed remarkably, largely thru the efforts of their fine staff of teachers until now it is the main source for the future high school students. The Junior High has a group of students called the class council who take care of the affairs of the class. The officers of the council are: President, Carrol Malveyg Vice President, Earl Moran: and Secretary Carrol Fridlund. It is also their duty to act as uoflicersn in the halls to keep the other students moving. The Junior High is also very well represented in the High School Chorus, the Garden Club and the basketball team. Helen Probstfield is one of the outstanding students in the Garden Club having won a prize for the best all around girl gardener. When the Junior High students show such an interest in the many activ- ities it shows they have the right kind of Moorhead High School Spirit and they are bound to make good students in the future. The High School Students, especially the Seniors who were the hrst ones to enter this new building in the Junior High wish for them a successful High School career. i 1 i CH , no X - x cwiopg 7 Cv ,,,-ff 1 Q.-ax Eva Amundsen Lillian Anderson Willard Anderson Laura Bailey Alton Barney Bernice Bowder Margaret Bratvold James Bridges John Bridges Anna Brodmeier Vfilbur Brown Earl Corbin Mary Jane Costain Elsie Dommer Frank Edlund George Edlund Emma Elgin Ethel Erickson Freda Errington Lawrence Finch Doris Freeman Carl Fridlund Martin Frimanslund President ........,.. Vice President .,.... Secretary .....,,,,.. Randolph Abbott Myrtle Anderson Oscar Anderson Kenneth Barnes Emil Benson Agnes Bertleson Carl Bestic Mildred Boatman Grace Boothroyd Erling Bothne Dennis Brolcmeier Lois Brown Martin Christianson Jack Connors James Connors Arthur Costain Frances Davenport Edward Debolt Walter Deits Carl Dommer Elva Elslund behentb Ruth Fritch Mildred Gibson Mildred Gosslee Lillian Gray Grace Griflee Judith Grondahl Wilbur Gullans Sibyl Gulling Lorraine Hendrickson james Hill Helen Holmes Ingolf Holsen Audrey Houglum Mildred Iverson Alice johnson Anna Johnson William Johnson Robert Kall Cecelia Koppi Ellen Larkin Arthur Larson Lillian Lemieux Olive Lower Grabs' Emma lVlcCollister Kenneth Magnuson Wilbur Marquardt Leland Martinson Millon Mayland Grace Meland Doris Moberg Myrtle Moland Ruth Moland Ruth Nelson Woodrow Nelson Inez Nygaard Agnes Oberg Verna Olsgaard Stanton Olson Luella Peterson John Remington Allan Rendahl Edna Rundgren Esther Russell Catherine Rygg Edna Sahlberg Vivian Sanders Qiigbth Grabs Clllass QBffirsrs Victor Fredrickson Carroll Fridlund Harold Gray Ruby Gulclc Charlotte Halland Selma Hanson Robert Harris Sylvia Houser Margaret Hilde Gladys Holm Howard Holmes Betty Holzer Helen Hooverson Cecil Jenson Alice Johnson Catherine johnson Evelyn Johnson William Jorgens Orris Kalin Pearl Kalsow Philip Kiefer Sidney Sandie Evelyne Schumacher Millie Sandie Lawrence Sinner Edgar Snuft Robert Snufl: William Spencer Harry Stadum Clarence Stensrud Ole Stolt Evelyn Swanson Harold Teigen Fern Thomas Maynard Thompson Vivian Tudahl Luella Ulness Anna Wade Myrtle Walters Harry Ward Virgil Watson Herbert Williams Gertrude Wyatt Grace Yonker Carroll Malvey ..Earl Moran Carroll Fridlund Alvin Kroell Jerome Lamont lone Larson Norma Larson Vivian Larson Edmund Lee Mable Lindlelow George Linehan Bliss Littler Howard Magnuson Godfrey Maier Carroll Malvey Herbert Markegaard Ruth Marr Adele Mattson Kathryn Melberg Pearl Miller Earl Moran Martha Neiman Lynn Newton Virginia Nordgren Mildred Nygaard Alice Ohnstad Esther Olsgaard Mable Olson Bemice Onstine Andrew Ostrem Helen Probstfield Marjorie Probstlield Lester Rendahl Eva Rollins Mary Elizabeth Russell lnga Sandie Ruth Sharp Downes Smith Thelma Sogn Rose Stensrud Amy Swenson Pearl Tatley Cora Terkelson Paula Veme Donald Wilson Lawrence Wright Florence Yonker NQ414,-vi X C H G1 wi, I Q . hr -V - Y Y A . 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Bottom Row-john Costain, LeRoy Redman, Herbert Hansen, Harold Fridlund, Leonard Johnson, Sylvester Knauf, Charles Phillips, Lloyd Paxton, Ralph Huff, Chester Westberg. Buys' jliilusin Qliluh The members of the Boys' Music Club were chosen the latter part of November. The Club consists of twenty members and practice every Monday the eighth period. They have sung at various occasions. Among them are: Parents Teachers Meetings, School activities, Moorhead State Teachers College and at various churches. They are also in charge of arranging a program for National Music Week. The Boys' Music Club entered the District Contest conducted by the Music Section of the Minnesota Education Association on May l. The Duo Art Music Club and the Boys' Music Club jointly form the Mixed Chorus. The Mixed Chorus also took part in the District Contest. The Club owes its success and progress to its capable conductor, Miss Margaret Newton. EAA- -. f ' A li, -JY ' V C C i- it T Vkzvfx , Y Y Q x , . . ,-,.VV Z, -, -,-K. . tu g, A 11- ef -gal' 'I V+' wgfig ge-' -h' -vf Y- A - CH O "' ' tt. lgff g - El. seem' fN ar e e X WAV' ' "-" ""' 1 7' 7'f"' '-' 5 : T 'er E! Top Row-Anna Reitan, Pearl Aslcegaard, Annabelle Godfrey, Elaine Magnuson, Eleanor Finch, Margaret Shranz, Marion Eldridge, Margaret Ballard, Olga Tweeten, Violet Van Vlissingen. Bottom Row-Myrtle Melby, Frances Liljedahl, Louise Leiseth, Alpha Kirlchorn. Margaret Dommcr, Eva Martin. Muriel Houglum, Thelma Erickson, Ula Carmen, Frances Benedict. Not on picture-Claribel Richards. un Zlrt Music Qiluh The members of the Duo Art Music Club were chosen the latter part of November, by Miss Newton. The club consists of twenty members and they practice every Tuesday, the eighth period. They have sung at several events this year and were very well received, among them are: Parent Teachers Meeting, Declamatory Contest, Debate, Moorhead State Teachers College, Baccalaureate, Commencement, and have given programs at various churches. They are also in charge of arranging a program for National Music Week in May. The Duo Art Music Club was in charge of a concert given by Eleanor Shawe, the famous pianist, on February 24. This Club is to remain a permanent organization in the school, the members this year are the charter members. The purpose of this organization is to promote the appreciation of better music, and to be of community service. They are greatly interested in the development of music in the grades, and are the first to introduce music pins in the grades to students who are able to pass a music examination. The Duo Art Music Club entered the District Contest conducted by the Music Section of the Minnesota Education Association on May l, held at Moorhead State Teachers College. The Club owes its success and progress to its capable conductor, Miss Margaret Newton. l , T cug .g,,1-O . - . bi" -A f -If l 5 ,Y " - "" if' ' 1 Top Row-Terryl Garvin, Evelyn Fridlund, Hazel Redman, Lucia Aslcegaard, Roseltha Nesheim. Bottom Row-Frances Webster, Ruth Hallenberg, Dorothy Ness, Bernice Hanson. Not on picture--Virginia Houglum. Girls' Enable Svextette Moorhead High School has always been interested in all different lines of activity, and especially interested in Music. We have always 'had both a girls and a boys glee club. A very new organization was first introduced into our high school this year. It is composed of freshmen and sophomore girls. The purpose of this organization is to educate the girls in that type of com- munity service, and also, these are the girls who will carry on the work of the 'Duo Art Club. Under the supervision of Miss Margaret Newton, instructor of public school music, this organization has made excellent progress and has won very much praise. These girls have been singing at various programs. Among them are the Parent Teachers Meeting, churches, Moorhead Music Club, during National Music weelc, and at the various hospitals of Moorhead and Fargo on Sunday afternoons. 4-!- ' - - i n V-Wil in V CALY 'Y "nu U Y J T ,xv A mg Y E X Q I . ,Y . , , ,, - 3, W , z r- 1.1, V wing- L A- Gperetta, will UEBII Gessler, the Austrian tyrant, because he has indigestion forces many strict rules of eating on the people. To get obedience he forces everyone to bow to his cap. The people rebel but are quieted when Gessler recovers his health and is a tyrant. A republic is set up with Will Tell as president. Walter Tell, his son, and Anna, daughter of Gessler agree to marry when they are older. fiast of Qlharactzrs William Tell .,..... ,............,,............,.............,,.w...... L eroy Redman Anna Gessler ,.., .l.,... ..,........ M a rgaret Schranz Berenger ,,,,,,. ....,,......,. C harles Philips Gertrude ..,,,-,, ,.....,.,........ M ildred Briggs Conrad .,,,.,,,,,,,. ,,,.,.... La wrence Thompson Arnold ..,,...,.,,,.,,,,, .,....,........,, L loyd Paxton Herman Gessler .,.,,..... Herbert Hanson Walter Tell ..... ..,,.... H arold Fridlund Rosa .,,...,,.,.,,, ,.,t.,,,, M arion Eldridge Gretchen ..t.. .....,,. E. laine Magnuson Werner . ...,..s...,.,.,...,...,.., ...,,t. ...,,,.....,.. O r ville Hilde Adolf ..,,,,,,,,,...,,...,..,,...t,,,,.,,,t., .,,,,v.,,,....,,,.,,,,t.,i,,..,. W ayne Herreid Old Women: Eleanor Finch, Violet Van Vlissingen and Louise Leiseth. Guards: Donald Jones and Stanford Strand. Swiss Women: Myrtle Allen, Octavia Askegaard, Rose Bailey, Pearl Aslee- gaard, Sina Berg, Frances Benedict, Ula Carmen, Mabel Carlson, Corrine Eide, Alice Edlund, Thelma Erickson, Elizabeth Edwards, Ruby Rendahl, Ethel Sontag, Margaret Stirewalt, Olga Tweeten, Florence Wilson, Lillian Foslien, Caroline Gates, Harriet Hallenberg, Eleanor lverson, Grace Lamont, Margaret Lundeen, Frances Liljedahl, Eva Martin, Willamine Morrow, Hazel O'Day, Helen Peterson, Florence Peterson, Margaret Ramsey, Lillian Stevenson, Ruth Swenson and Opal Tudahl. Swiss Patriots: Francis LeClair, Frank Euren, John Ingersoll, Milo Mattson, Albert Sater and Ralph Huff. C 5330 s...c, Top Row-Martin Lindahl fcoachj, Standford Strand, Herbert Hansen, Leroy Redman. Bottom Row--Anna Reitan, Margaret Ballard, Marion Eldridge. Rebate Debating has come to occupy a prominent place in our activities. The reason for its increasing popularity is easily explained. It offers an opportunity for a large numb-er of students. It is valuable because of the need of wide reading and research on the part of the students, the development of the power of forceful presentation and the ability to think quickly and accurately. The work in this field was clone under the direction of Mr. Lindahl. The question for debate this year adopted throughout the state was Resolved: That the amendment in reference to Child Labor should be adopted. Two debate teams were organized. The affirmative team consisted of Marion Eldridge, Stanford Strand and Margaret Ballard with Almehda Cosgrove as alternate. The negative team consisted of Leroy Redman, Anna Reitan and Herbert Hanson with Wendell Askee as alternate. ln the annual dual debate with Fargo the Moorhead High School teams won the distinction of a double victory. The negative won the debate in Fargo while the affirmative secured the decision in Moorhead. For the first time in the history of our school the single judge plan was used. In the district contest, however, the negative of Moorhead lost to the affirmative of Detroit. B -tl -I -L c g ' ,ii wi it g-.Ax '- "-, - i f-- f H ee - - " N' . - ...-. Corinne Eide Leonard Beite Bernice Hansen eclamattun The purpose of declamatory work is to develop the powers of self-expression and the personality of students, it also emphasizes the value of spoken English. The interest in this department is growing, every year many try to secure recog- nition. The following tried out this year: Corrine Eide, Opal Tudahl, Marion Eldridge, Bemice Hanson, Thelma Erickson, Mildred Briggs, Leonard Beite. Rex Rice, Helmer Halvorsen, and Audrey Dyer. In the contest there were three groups, the clramatical, the humorous and the oratorical. The coaching in these sections was done by Miss Nelson, Miss Swale- stuen, and Mr. Lindahl. The Dosland declamatory contest is held annually as a means of developing local interest and also selecting a team to represent us in the state contest. The winners of this contest are awarded medals through the generosity of Hon. C. C. Dosland. These honors were won by Corrine Eide from the dramatic group and, Bernice Hanson from the humorous and Leonard Beite from the oratorical. These three represented our school in the subdistrict contest in Hawley where Corrine Eide took first place among the dramatic declamation and Bernice Hanson first in the humorous. This entitled Moorhead to compete in the District contest at Fergus Falls where Bernice Hanson took second place in the humorous group. C ssiiils "" ' ii- If -:fig ffl. iq .1 - A' i F ix , . s, -,. , q -4 1 s,f,-.-ff,,,1,4f.- 'sv ,-4, Top Row-Dorthy Gates, Echo Ludgard, Villamine Morrow, Laura Hougsted, Celestine Stribley, Dorothy Kossick, Margaret Collitan, Ruth Eklund, Irene Fitzgerald, Frances Flaten. Second Row-Olive Skauge, Olga Bertelson, Evelyn Johnson, Evelyn Hanson, Hazel Lorimer, Caroline Gates, Mary Ellis, Rhoda Marr, Elsie lverson, Lucile Kalin, Elaine Magnuson, Bertha Crier. Bottom Row-Editha Quick, Evelyn Fridlund, Cordelia Blount, Violet van Vlissingen, lola Asness, Miss Hawkins, Marion Eldridge, Miss deBooy, Mildred Briggs, Evelyn Boatman, Almehda Cosgrove, Gladys Sahlberg, Carmen Hauser. Rin an Clllluh The Pin Pan Club is an organization which first found its way into Moorhead High School three years ago. It was under the supervision of Miss Eva Skinner. The purpose of this organization is to encourage the girls to become more interested in the problems of a homemaker and also in community interests. Girls who are taking and have taken Home Economics are eligible. But before they can become members, they must have an average of eighty five. This year the club sent for pins and they are raising money, by candy sales and hot dog sales, toward getting curtains and a rug for the dining room. This club holds two meetings every month which are held in the dining room. On the first Tuesday of every month a business meeting is held after school, and on the third Tuesday of every month a social meeting is held with a program and a social hour. Marion Eldridge is president, Gladys Jorgensen, Secretary and Rhoda Marr is Treasurer of this club. The Pin Pan Club is a member of the Minnesota Economics Association and also the National Economics Association. Miss Gladys Hawkins and Miss Adrienne de Booy are the advisors. CH ElO --s - -- g f 1 'f p' y s s 3-vi, t - N f ' 11- -e-:.1 ': Q--s-iisi f' -Y' 'fs - - l i . girls' Glixecutihe Baath Top Row-Hazel Lorimer, Myrtle Melby, Helen Lorimer. Muriel Houglum, Verona Wold Gladys jorgenson, Margaret Ballard. Bottom Row-Annabelle Godfrey, Ruth Hallenberg, Miss Branae, Marion Eldridge, Anna Reitan. Not on picture-Margaret Dommer. Girl Zgnusters "A sound mind in a sound body" is the motto of the Girl Boosters, a new organization in Moorhead High School. Upon enrolling in the high school a girl automatically becomes a member. Organized in the fall of '25 under the direction of Miss Branae this club plans to broaden the lives of the members by stimulating interest in various lines of activity. The organization has the usual four officers. It is divided into eight groups each with its own officers and a faculty member as advisor. The club is governed by the Executive Board consisting of the eight group presidents and thc four ofhcers of the main group. During the year each group acts as hostess for an all girl party for which a literary program and games are planned. Service is recognized by the presentation of a pin which must be earned by individual efforts along lines of service, health, knowledge, and spiritual development. It is necessary that honors be earned in each of the four lines of effort. u C Q .10 ' I , 3 - gg i ow' S - ' y 1 ' - -' . - 'g a- -.-h i' 1 111- 1'-Sal' f 'fs' QL wig anh Mask Quciztp The Wig and Mask is a dramatic society organized at Moorhead High School in the Fall of l922. Since its formation it has been active in furnishing dramatic entertainment to the people of Moorhead, and has encouraged and developed dramatic ability among its members. The fundamental purpose of the Society has been to develop dramatic ability in pupils who show that they have a foundation upon which to build. It has also tried to create a love and an interest in good plays through performances in public. The membership in the Society is limited to fifty members. They are chosen through try-outs held in the fall of the year. As usual, a large number tried out this year, and the Society secured much good talent. The Wig and Mask concentrated their efforts on presenting one three act play. The play was a comedy in three acts, entitled "Three Live Ghosts." It was given April 9, under the direction of Mr. Martin Lindahl. The success of the Society this year was due to the efforts of the members and especially to the able assistance of Miss Hawkins, Miss Nelson, and Mr. Lindahl, club advisors, whose tireless enthusiasm have spelled success for every effort of the Society. x g cyg lix ggg up g -ix , 'f' ' f - ' Top Row-Sylvester Knauf, Muriel Houglum, Charles Phillips, LeRoy Redman, Mr. Lindahl. Bottom Row-Marion Eldridge, john Ingersoll, Louise Leiseth, Annabelle Godfrey, Ward Remington, Wendell Aske, Wayne Herreid. Gibran libs Ghosts The Wig and Mask put on the play "The Three Live Ghosts" under the direction of Mr. Lindahl. The three live ghosts are three soldiers who, altho reported killed. return to America. One of the three, Spoofy, has been shell-shocked and is not responsible for his acts. The mother of one soldier tal-:es them in but tries to turn one, W'ill jones, over to the police for the reward. just as they are to take him, a family lawyer clears him of his crime. Spoofy gets them in trouble by stealing jewels and kidnapping a baby. Will Jones finds his old sweetheart and saves her from poverty. Spoofy recovers and finds his wife. Mrs. Gubbms .......,...,...,., Miss Wooders Balton .....,,..,...... Jimmie Cubbins Xvilliam Foster Spoo fy ..,.,.,,..,, Rose Gordon .. B rxggs ,..,,..,., A Benson ,....,.,... Lady Leicester Policemen ...,. CAST OF CHARACTERS Eldridge .......,.Louise Leiseth ...,.,..Le Roy Redman ...,....John Ingersoll ,..,,Sylvester Knauf .....,.Ward Remington ..,.s..,,Muriel Houglum ...,...,Ralph Huff ,.,..Charles Phillips ...,.Wayne Herreicl Annabelle Godfrey and Wendell Aske .."'NN cuggggiuo g g , ,,, ' 'I I f Jigga .. E'l. 't f'Ltt""' T - if ' t ,, lgx f -' f--.-- - -- . ,- . e gg ' f- --,fengf 2 'se a Top Row-Sylvester Knauf, john Ingersoll, Herbert Hansen, LeRoy Redman, Milo Matson. Bottom Row-Lillian Foslien, Violet McCauley, Miss Nelson, Eva Martin, Corinne Eide. Glass lap The story is of a rich old man, Mr. King who is very irritable and is disgusted with his family. His family decides to send him someplace for a rest. Mr. King changes their plans a little by telling them that Adam, his business manager, is going to change place with him. Adam takes over the family saying that Mr. King is ruined and taking the family jewels so they have no means of support. The family begin looking for jobs but finally Adam persuades them to go to their father's farm in New Jersey. They all go and begin their work on the farm and while they are there Mr. King returns. He is much surprised to find them all working. All the mysteries of the stolen jewels and money loss are cleared up and every- thing ends happily. Lord Andrew backs out of his engagement with Eva as gracefully as he can and Eva and Adam create the final punch. East uf Qlharacters James King, a rich man ...........................,......,.,.. Corinthia, his parlor maid ...,...,...... Clinton De Witt, his son-in-law .... Julie De Witt, his eldest daughter ..... Eva King, his youngest daughter .......... Aunt Abby Rocker, his sister-in-law ...... Dr. Jack Delameter, his neighbor .,... Horace Pilgrim, his uncle .................. ........... Adam Smith, his business manager ..,.........,.,....,....,....... Lord Andrew Cordon, his would-be-son-in-law .,.,,,John Ingersoll ........Corrine Eide ..l'larold Fridlund Violette lVlcAuley Lillian Foslien .....,....Eva Martin Sylvester Knauf .......lVlilo Mattson LeRoy Redman ...Herbert Hansen D A C H 2552: 0 1 j5z'Q'QiLlEgl 'LQEJ-:f.1::sL::-Tif?-T -,f- g .,,, Vs, , ,- J' , , K ' ,fl W . K " " MM "W"- iii-L-ix 4 Geo. Probstfleld, a senior and a member of the garden club won the free excursion to the Minnesota State Fair next fall as the award for being the best all around gardener. His sister Helen Probstheld of the Junior High had the highest score in flower gardening. She sold SIO4 worth of flowers. ln recognition of her worlc she was given a free excursion to the State Horticultural show last fall. Ruby Lee, a freshman, won the silver trophy offered by the Moorhead News for the best kept garden. C 536 FE-ii K X Sept. Sept. Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jan. jan. jan. jan. Jan. jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May Qllalznhar fur 192521926 6-School opens for annual grind. Everybody glad to get back l0-Beginning of Football practice, under leadership of Glen Hanna, our new coach. 7-Moorhead wins over Fargo in Football. Six to nothing. Yea Spuds! l0-Cho-Kio staff elected. l5-Girl Boosters Club organized by Miss Branae. ls-Miss Telford caught singing in the halls. Girl Boosters entertained by Excelsior Club. I9-Harry Davidson of Fargo, sang. He was accompanied by Eleanor Nesheim. 24, 25, 26, and 27. Seniors take pictures for Cho-Kio. Look pleasant please! 2-President Maclean of Moorhead State Teachers College talked on "Value of School Spirit." Men of Faculty entertained football boys at banquet. Ted lngersoll, next year's captain. ll-Senior class pins and rings arrive. Miss Eleanor Nesheim and Mrs. H. Askegaard render musical program during As- sembly hour. l3-ul-lubble Bubble," carnival by juniors. l4--First tryout for Wig and Mask Club. l5-"Christmas Secret" operetta by Junior High. l6-Faculty Party. l7-"Lucky Seven" had charge of Assembly. ln the evening entertained the Girl Boosters. I8-It is announced that school will close at l2:30 and stay so for two weeks. Many daub their eyes in sorrow especially the teachers 4-School reopens! Boy! it feels good to get back! 6-Miss Frances Pehrson played a piano solo in general assembly. Mrs. P. Wolfe told of her experiences as Mayor of St. Peter, Minn. 8-Pep Fest. Talks by Myrtle Melby and George Kall, captains: Miss deBooy and Glen Hanna, coachesg Elizabeth Edwards, Margaret Schranz, Olive Osness, Victor An- derson, Orville Hilde, and john Ingersoll. Girls played Dilworth there and won I7 to l0. Mr. Gillig turns down chance to talk! ll--Second tryout for Vvig and Mask. U l2-Speeches by members of Cho-Kio Staff-Herbert Hansen, Leonard Johnson, Eva Martin, Alice Midgarden, Marion Eldridge, and John lngersoll and Miss Jensen. I3-Another speech in general assembly!! 9-Mr. Hill told of experiences in Africa. Father Jager from Minnesota University discussed "Bees." l0-Frances Larson, senior of 1925 gave readings during assembly. l2-Senior sleigh ride party. I5-"Will Tell" comic operetta. Frances Pehrson accompanist. l6-Still another speech! l9-Debaters receive medals. Valborg Jorgensen received a medal for Lincoln essay. 22-No school. 24-Cally Berrigan piano solo. Mr. Sharp gave an address. 25-Betty Sheldon and Eleanor Nesheim rendered a musical program. ll-l2-Regional Tournament at Concordia College. Moorhead Champions! l5-Girl Boosters entertained by Group 4. IB-Dosland spoke on "The Value of Public Speaking." l9--Miss Reinher of Moorhead spoke to Senior Girls on the vocation of nursing. 24-25-26-State Basket Ball Tournament. Lost to Gaylord. 25-Class play cast selected. 26-Spring vacation. Miss Nelson receives a box of candy by special delivery during French class. Several strained necks and broken collar bones reported but no other casualties. 30-Schuren gets the spring fever. Begins working on the "Ash Can," alias "The Ark." l-Schuren still working. 5--School reopens. 6--Pins of Girl Boosters arrive. 7-Basket Ball Boys entertained at Rotary Club. 8--Earl Lee gave a musical program. john Remington, Mr. E. M. Gillig told of trips to University. Basket Club. l2--"Three Live Ghosts" play by Wig and Mask Club. l4-Schuren a new man. "The Ark" works. Hoopla! Loren Ness, Yngve Swensen and Ball Boys entertained at Kiwanis I6-Girl Boosters entertained by group one. May 30-Baccalaureate Service. l-District Music contest. May 27-Exams begin. l0-ll-Class Play. June l-Class Day. l5--Cho-Kio's out. June 3-Graduation! ! ! 22--Junior Senior Banquet. June 4---School closes for three months. A2--. A CHQf -- in" . 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'Q Vwgfw-5 V' Y M V L-Q .,V f' Wi 'afxgid ? 5 gs ff V V V,V,V5W,s5V,,g2,,VV5 1 if AFS' FA -A V A kk A 6 VV V 4 VVVVVVV3- V VV- fs 1 V ei V! W I :V--H -...L....V....M.VV....V.VV VVV.,V,....- A V if Bunk uf Zltbletins x Cy ji . 10 Too much praise cannot be given the Spud mentor, Glenn il-lanna, for the success of the Spud's i925-i926 football and basketball seasons which have been two of the best in the school's history. Hanna had much green material from which to mold his team, nevertheless, he formed real- aggregations. He has a personality that wins him a place in the heart of every player which manifested itself in the fine spirit the team possessed. Another Spud booster, who deserves much credit for his eiforts which helped to make the team what it was, is Mike. Mike, although he couldn't play himself, contributed his spare time to the betterment of the team by assisting the coach on the practice fields. For his services, Mike was awarded a letter which in part rewarded him for his work. Captain Ingersoll, playing his second and last year at the quarterback post, piloted the team in great shape. John was a steady, hard driving quarter. He led and inspired the team with that old Ingersoll spirit of "never say die." John played fullback on the defense and was a good defensive man. His initials were carved in our hall of fame after the Fargo and Valley City games. Captain Kall, Spud center and all regional forward, led the team with a fighting spirit proving himself to be a real general. He was a tireless lloor worker, especially strong on the defense and at the same time a brilliant shot. Kall, being a senior, will not be back next year. Bob, our mascot, is also worthy of praise. His job was to take care of the equipment and see that it was kept in good shape, so we feel that he fully earned the letter which was awarded him. cwqjfsiluo -4 -'Y 5' :..,-..f,fQf - . --s-- he A . A- P- . - X jfnnthall Glisam Top Row-Coach Hanna, Assistant Coach, Mike Knauf. Second Row-C. Halmrast, L. Paxton, B. Wagner, C. Roberts, L. Thompson, F. Anderson. E. Foslien. Bottom-H. Moberg, O. Hilde, T. Ingersoll, lngersoll, B. Malvey, B. Shipp, H. Fridlund, F. Euren, V. Fridlund, C. Biefeldt. jfnuthall Svquah Top Row-Coach Hanna, A Lcrberg, W. Lund, H. Erickson, L. Rush, C. Moran, H. Matson, Mike Knauf. Second Row-C. Halmrast, B. Wagner, L. Knauf, L. Paxton, L. Thompson, F. Anderson, A. Melby, E. Foslien. Bottom Row-H. Moberg, O. Hilde, T. lngersoll, lngersoll, C. Roberts, B. Malvey, B. Shipp, H. Fridlund, F. Euren, V. Fridlund, C. Biefeldt. CH SO Jfunt Ball F. ANDERSON A capable substitute of the team was Swede. Swede, playing center, was an ac- curate passer thus making him a valuable sub. Toward the close of the season Sleepy was injured, leaving a big vacancy in the line which Swede was called to fill. He filled it like a regular. Swede was also awarded a basketball letter so in both sports more will be expected of him in coming seasons. V. Anderson Vic was one of the midgets of the squad. He was inexperienced, it being his first year out, and he also lacked weight, but he had a lighting spirit, and his pluck and endurance awarded him an end birth. His big games were those with Detroit and Xvahpeton. Vic has one year left so will be with the team next season. S. BIEFELT Cy entered school late and only through hard conscientious work did he get a position on the team. He played end and the brand of ball he played can readily be judged when one knows the pace set by the older ends whom he had to com- pete with, Cy will be a valuable man next year. F. EUREN Fat, playing as a regular part of the time, played at guard. He was not among the biggest but managed to hold his own and because of it eamed a position. Frank worked hard at stopping and outcharging the opposition. This he accomplished to the greatest extent against the Valley City and Fargo gridders. A E. FOSLIEN Ed was a first string guard a great share of the season, but due to an injury, he was not called upon to take part in the last few games. Ed was a big fellow and when his cleats were buried in the ground he was a boy that was hard to outcharge. The Detroit and Bamesville games were Ed's big games. H. F RIDLUND Happy at an end post played his second and last year for the Spuds. He worked hard at breaking up the plays that went his way and usually succeeded. When given a pass, Happy seldom made a poor catch. Happy displayed good form in the Valley City and Detroit games. V. FRIDLUND Vic played his second year at halfback. His specialty was diving over the line for short gains. Vic had a hard luck season due to injuries but nevertheless he managed to get a cracl: at Fargo, which meant a lot this year. Vic displayed his best form in the Fargo game. He is also a senior. C. HALMRAST Cliff, a capable reserve, played fullback. He is a faithful and steady worker and is a good defensive man. When given a chance he showed the form of a regular. According to the ability he displayed this year he should have a lirst team position next season. CH . IO v-1 ff ' 3 cu e J Quo -so o - a s . s g O. HILDE Hilde playing fullbaclt his first year with the Spuds was a great light in the i925 football season. Ore's specialty was open lield running. He is one of the most lleet- footed bacltlield men the Spuds have had and was our chief ground gainer. His playing stood out in almost all of the games, especially the Fargo game. Ore will be baclc to light for the Spuds next year. T. INGERSOLL Ted, playing his second year at the tackle position, was our big boy in the line. He was a hard hitter and a sure taclller and nothing can go by him was the saying. His unusual fighting spirit did a great deal to encourage his team mates and it was be- cause of that spirit he was chosen captain of the l926-27 team. Ted's shoulders lowered up 'big in the Fargo game. O. NELSON Another of our big boys and first year men was Ob Nelson who held a guard post. Ob was a fellow that tool: little from his opponents. He was a stead plugger and played a good type of ball and will be a worthy man next year. L., PAXTON Packy, a last year letterman playing at end, was also a regular part of the time. He played his position well, fitting in the lineup nicely when given a chance. Paclry's best game was that against the Valley City eleven. -Being a senior, he will not be back next year. HX 'H J CH A ii We ' .3 i t C. ROBERTS Carl played his first year of football a taclrle. He was another of our big boys that handled the opposition quite roughly. Carl always fought hard but displayed the best brand of ball against the Barnesville and Valley City gridders. He will also be back and according to his play this season should win a tackle berth next year. ' 1 B. SHIPP Dutch played halfbacl: his second year. Dutch was a sure tackler and was a big part of the Spud defense. He is a hard lighter and he did much to help his mates. Shipp has still two years before him so greater things are expected of him. He played his best brand of ball against Valley City and Fargo. L. THOMPSON Tommy playing the pilot position was also one of our reserves. He was not called to fill the bill very often but showed up well when given a chance. He has still one year left so will be back to help his mates next season. B. WAGNER Fat, a regular part of the season, played tackle. He was a hard lighter and so used his weight to a great advantage in roughing up his opponents. Fat showed true form in the Detroit game. He will be with the Spud: one more year so greater things are expected of him. CH O . . I - '- X ' -,YH ,,,.- - . 1, 1 A T, sa., .Ya Ll-Ax Valley City, Frazee ......,........ ....... ..... B arnesville ,..... ,.... Detroit ..,....,. Wahpeton Crookston Fargo w...., 4.,... v. I0...,... tticturp 'Twas on a clear and cold November day That Moorhead and Fargo lined up to play The annual football game, Capt. Ingersoll looked at his mates and said, This is the day that we all see red There'll be many a sore bump in that bunch tonite So get in at 'em boys and be sure to fight. The Fargo coach stormed up and down the field Hoping that that terrible Orange line would yield, But no, not a yard, did they lose, I say On that cold and snowy November clay. The Spuds knocked 'em and blocked 'em for gains 'Till at last they were rewarded for their pains Through a fumbled punt-now do not pine, Fargo lost the ball on the one yard line. One yard farther-One yard to go- Could the Spuds make it? Yea Bo! The Fargo sidelines were silent and still The Moorhead side yelled loud and shrill "The quarter," called the signals loud and clear To be sure that all of the team would hear The ball came back at the given sign And Dutch took it and plunged over the line. I have told you the story so now you know, How old Moorhead High beat proud Fargo. -by Roy Nordstrom Jfnuthall Santas M. H. S. N. D. ..... 7 .,..... M. H. S. H. 0 ,,..,,. ,.,,.... 0 ,,,,... S. H. S. S, 2-" -' ' 'T ' , Y A In Y'-T TA T YY , ' QliX f " " "-f f ' X 7 I F- if Y: 5' ' 52-3l1?? 3""Y"::' 'T Hanna, V. Anderson. I-I. Fridluncl, G. Kall, C. Halmrast, Ingersoll, L. Paxton, O. Hilde B. Malvey Basket Ball insures Alumni ......,,..,.,,.,. ......,...., I 7 .,.........,.....7.,.vYYY.,,,.,Y M. H. S. .,,,..A 7.,,,,,, I I Hawley ...,........,7A,....,.....A.,... I5 ....7l,l ....,,...... M . H. S. ,,,,... ,,,,... . 20 Valley City, N. D. ............ 31 ........ .,.,.,..,. M . H. S. .,,.... ,.,..... I 3 Detroit .,,,,,,,i............. .....,,, I I .,.v.,,. ........., M . H. S. ,,,,... ,,,.... I 5 Glynclon .,,,........,.. ..,.. 5 .,.,..,V .,.,..,.., M . H. S. ,.,..,. ,,,,..,V 2 0 Barnesville ............. ...,,,,, 5 .,.,.... .....,. M . H. S. ......, ,....,.. I 5 Fargo .,.......,.,,..V....,. ........ 2 I ......., ....... M . H. S. ...,.,. ........ I 0 Wahpeton, N. D. ..., .,....., I 8 ...,,.,, .,...,, M . H. S. ,,.,.. ,,,,,.., 2 0 Hawley ,.,...,,......... ......,. 2 6 ....,,,, .,...., M . H. S. ..,... ,.,,.,.. 2 8 Fergus Falls ,,,... ........ I 0 ........ ....,.. M . H. S. ...... .,,..... 3 0 Barnesville ,..,.. ..,,. 7 ...,..,, ....... M . H. S. ..,,... ,,,,,,., 2 7 Fergus Falls ,..,.. .....,.. 8 ,.,...., .,..... M . H. S. ..,... ........ I 7 C-lyndon ,,,.,... ,,...... I 5 ........ .,..... M . H. S. ...,.. . ,,,.,., I2 Detroit ,,...,... ...,,.,, I 5 ,..,,,,,,,,,., ,,,........,,,,.,, M . H. S. .,..,., ,,,,..., 2 9 Fargo ,.,,, ....,,,,,,,. 3 8 ,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,....,...,....... M. H. S. ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 5 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Perham ......, Hawley ...,... Detroit ...... Breckenridge ,,.,..... Thief River Falls ....... .. Gaylord .,...., REGIONAL TOURNAMENT STATE TOURNAMENT CH Q Q M f lf? a r Washer 385111 V. ANDERSON It was Vic's first year but he had much to offer in the line of ability. He wasn't as strong on the defense, but on the other hand, he was a good passer and a heavy scorer, his shooting being of great value to the team. Greater things will be ex- pected of Vic next year. H. FRIDLUND Happy, playing forward, was one of our worthy substitutes. When given a chance he displayed a good brand of ball. His play won him a place in the district toumament. Happy is one of our seniors, so finished his last season. V. FRIDLUND Vic, a last year's letterman, played for- ward. He was quite strong on the de- fense, but at the same time played a good passing and floor game. Vic was also a fairly heavy scorer dropping the ball through the net quite regularly. He likewise played his last season. C. HALMRAST Cliff also played his first year but did all things very well. He was a capable reserve and when called to till Kall's place in the district toumament played a good ball. Cliff was a good shot under the baslzet and scored exceedingly heavy in the tournament. He will be a valuable man next season. ftgigf -A a-L,fm vQ -- O. HILDE Ore, playing his first year, was the Spud's handy man, fitting in at forward or guard equally well. He is one of the cleverest passers the Spuds have had and is also a fine drihhler. He was small and shitty. Although his smallness was a dis- advantage. his shiftiness made his defensive play sensational enough to win him a guard position on the first all-district and regional teams. j. INGERSOLL john. a last year's guard, played at exceedingly rugged defensive game. He toolc the ball off the baclrboard and shattered opposing plays with cloclclilce regularity. john's remarkable defensive play won him a place on the second all-district and regional teams. john is also a this year's graduate. E. IVIORAN Another reserve guard was Moran. Moran, an eighth grader was small, but in spite of it he usually kept his forward from getting away with the basket. According to the form he displayed this season he should he a good man in his high school days. L. PAXTON Another capable reserve was Packy. Packy did all things well, but was espe- cially strong on the defense as was shown in the Fargo game and because of it was one of the eight players that entered the tournament. He is also a graduate this year so will not he back. is 1 Q W A Y . 5? .N 5 , -,Q wiv 1 . - as w e is if '--- -----W , L50 ly fe.-F-Em fi fm. A f Q M Lx 4 jj Zire we Quing tu Meat ,Jfargu Qgain ? Bea! Qu! CH I0 is-Ax e ufgier el- "-of - R. Ellingson, E.. Quick, M. Schranz, I. Fitzgerald, H. O'Day, NI. Melby, I. Henderson O. Osness, E. Edwards, Miss deBooy Girls Basket 135111 insures Moorhead ...,,... I 7 ,......, ..,,..,, D Ilworth .,,,,,, ,,,,,,, I 0 Moorhead .Aw.V,A. I9 ........ .,,,.. . .Dilworth ,,,,,,, ,,,--,, I 8 Moorhead ........ I2 ,,.,,,,, ......,r G lyndon Y,,,, H 8 Moorhead ...e.... I 5 .....,.. ,.e,..r. B arnesville ,e7, ,,,,A,A 7 Moorhead ........ 2 7 .Y4,.... ........ B arnesville .,,...Y,,,,,.. ,,,,,,, I Z Moorhead .,...... I 3 ,.7,.r7. ,,,,.,.. G lyndon ....,,.,.,,,,,,,wV,, ,,,,,,, I O Moorhead .,.,,,,. 40 .,...e,, ...4.,7, V alley City, N. D. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I9 Moorhead ....,... 40 Y,,,.... ,...,.eY A Iumnae 4,ww..,,....r,,,,,,, r,,,,,, I 8 Moorhead .,..,,,, 32 ....,.,. ........ F razee .,...,....,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 4 Moorhead .rFrazee . r,A,,,,I7 -or - 'fi . -f Wig " N H - .. e X' gang. ix Girls Basket 181111 After considerable practice and coaching by Miss de Booy the girls' first game was scheduled with Dilworth. The squad awaited the coming contest with a bit of humor: but upon its actual appearance, some of the humor left, and in its place stern determination for that one sought for goal, Victory. Determination and ability was a trifle stronger with Moorhead than Dilworth, making the team victorious in both games. After these games our humor vanished and foremost in our minds was -the element present in all teams represented from Moorhead High-Fight. The next team to test our ability was Glyndon. Glyndon had been defeated by us the previous year and we aimed to uphold our record. We did so which added the third victory to our list. The next opponents to meet their defeat at the hands of the Moorhead squad was Barnesville, Valley City and the Alumnae. Through these games the team fought for victory not for themselves but for the school and city of Moorhead. At the close of each game the home team served lunch which helped to promote good comradeship and sportsmanship between the various teams. The last two games of the season, those with Frazee, proved unsuccessful, not because the team lacked fight or determination but because the others were just a little bit better. It was during this game that the character of our team was tested. But although difficulties did arise which gave victory to the other team the Moorhead squad was always striving hard for gain before the final whistle blew. Although we lost two games we all feel that our season was a successful one. For its success I think the team owes a great deal of credit, first of all, to Miss de Booy. It was Miss de Booy who encouraged the victories and sportsmanship of the team. It was Miss de Booy who encouraged students to come out for practice and the team. Through her efforts and the efforts of the individuals the following com- posed the team. Olive Osness of whom we all have heard has greatly aided our team in its success. She filled her position as center to her utmost capacity, and when Olive was jumping the Forwards were looking for a basket because we were sure to get the tip off. Besides, Olive in the center, Hazel O'Day and Irene flritzj Fitzgerald were coworkers with her. They always developed team work to the chagrin of the opposing team. In the position as guard Margaret Schranz, lla l-lenderson and Rachel Ellingson played important parts. Their defense was a marked characteristic of our team and helped to keep the score of our opponents down. As forwards Editha Quick, Elizabeth Edwards and Myrtle Melby strove to add and multiply the aocount on the scoreboard. When the keen defense of our guards and center brought the ball down to the forwards a basket is what we demanded. Besides the above mentioned, Connie Dahlstrom, Gertrude Raer, Laura Haug- stad, Kelly Berrigan, contributed their abilities and helped develop the team. They showed very keen opposition and next year we expect even a greater success than this year from them. The greater part of the team is graduating this year and in the places of these will be placed other faithful members. Athletics, after all, is another game of life in which all strive to do their best only to leave their places for someone else who may fill them better. So to those who return next year, we who are graduating, hope that our places may be filled better, that a more successful season may be attained and that higher ideals of sports-A manship may be accomplished. 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AM - X 15-Q Ig --5 N ri' 1 x C H X2 , I O 'Fi . 23 2 1 ,A I We, the Seniors of Moorhead High School, in order to form a more perfect Cho-Kio, do establish a joke section in it, insure it for thirty-nine cents, provide for patent leather covers, promote the study of it, and secure the privilege of using it as the only text book for ourselves and lower classmen. Mr. Schuren: Carl, name the ribs of the body. Carl Ness: Floating ribs, false ribs, and- and spare ribs. Miss Telford: Hazel, name a collective noun. Hazel R.: A vacuum cleaner. Ted Larson fin Current Historyj: My heart is in my work. Mr. Lindahl: Fine, now how about getting your hands into it. Annabelle: Oh, Maurice is delightful com- pany, I just love to hear him talk. Margie: What does he talk about? Annabelle: Me. Mr. Hill: "At least I'm holding my own," as his wife sat on his lap. Ruth I-Iallenberg: flqeeping date, It's about time you showed up. I've been waiting a full hour. What kept you? Chick Meehan: Sorry, dear, I've been all this time trying to get my trousers to Hap just right. AH HA! F. Smith: Did you ever drive a car with one hand? Mr. Cillig: Sure, but that was before I was married. A DAY IN M. H. S. 8:25 Hanna Iverson not tardyl 8:30 "AI" Finch forgets powder puff-is ex- cused to get it. 8:40 john Ingersoll sings solo in Music class -class still surviving. 9:l0 Muriel recites in English. 9:20 Thelma Lee is caught writing love let- ters in the Study Hall. 9:40 LeRoy is center of attraction in Current History-Forgot his necktie. 9:50 Grand rush for assembly. l0:00 Mr. Bohlander surprises us with a few announcements. l0:20: Miss Newton, "All the girls remain, the rest pass away." l0:40 Carl Roberts and Ione Tucker are out strolling. ll:00 Mr. Hill: "All those caught shooting spitballs are to get a kindergarten spanking." Il:20 The Social Problems class lakes out a half I I :50 All n sheet of paper. Boosters" go to the right. l:l0 Mr. Lindahl rings the "Dinger" and tries to quiet them by "It's l:l0." I:40 Rex Rice and Margaret Lundeen are seen exchanging notes-Where's Claribel? I:50 Ralph Askegaard rushes 30 per head- long to his next class. 2:00 Miss Reise, "The bell has rung and I'm taking down names." 3:00 Jimmy Witherow tries to attract Marga- ret Dommer's attention but Herb is too near. 3:20 Mr. Hill gives the study hall his daily speech, "l..et's get on the job, folks." 3:40 Take your seat, you've talked long enough. 4:00 Rush for a "Hot Dog," only l0c. Mr. Lindahlz John. you'd make a good Iavalier. John Ingersoll: What do you mean? Mr. Lindahl: You're always hanging on Itlargaret Dommer's neck.' Mr. Hanna: What benefits do we receive from the taxes we pay? Walter Lund: A receipt. Miss Peterson in Sth grade: Howard, what don't they have in Oregon in the winter time? Howard Magnuson: Summer. Teacher: Where is Clifford this period? Pupil: Well, he split his pants last period in the gymn. Miss Nelson: What is a synonym? Chester Westberg: It's a word you use when you don't know how to spell the other one. Miss Jenson: George, how would you like to see a play where there were only men characters-no women at all in the play? G. Kall: It wouIdn't end right. Anna Reitan: I don't care for men. I've said no to several of them. Mike Matson: What were they selling? Rex Rice: I dreamed I was married to you last night. Claribel Richards: Were you happy? Rex Rice: Yes, when I woke up. Miss Jenson: What hgure of speech does the author use to describe Shakespeare? Inger: Swan of Avon. Miss Jenson: What does that mean? Inger: He had a beautiful neck. Jack Shuren: Jim, do you know what an artery is? jimmy Witherow: It's one of those places where they keep the art works of great men. Zeta had a little Ford As meek as meek could be, And everywhere that Zeta went That Ford you'd surely see, Miss Jensen: fspeaking on the Essay of the French Revolution? What happens on Ivlonday? . Victor Fridlund: That's washday. . l 'YC N -L -i - X LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Harold Fridlund, being of unsound mind. in order to dispose of my estate and entire fortune as unsatisfactorily as possible, give and bequest to the following: To John Ingersoll, I leave the press in my pants. I'm sure he will find this useful. To Milo Mattson, I leave my telephone number. To my brother Victor, I leave my book "How to Love." I trust he will appreciate this. I To my dear friend "Worm" Malvey, I leave my love. God bless him. To George Kall, I leave my dancing shoes. To Miss Newton, I leave all my great com- positions. To Mr. Lindahl, I leave my book "How to Become a President on 55001700 a year." To Mike Knauf I leave my foot prints and foot tracks. To Marion Eldridge I give my chewing gum-to divide equally with john Costain. To Helmer Lee, I give all my hair tonics, pills. creams, and perfumes. To Spud Murphy, I leave the secret of my terrific right hook to the kisser. To Herbert Hanson, I leave the care of my collars to distribute them among the Juniors. To Miss Branae, I leave all my fiction books, "True Stories," and Western novels. And last, I leave my greatest treasure-my two letter "Mus to Ted Ingersoll. Signed Harold Fridlund esq. Attorney Witnessed by R. E. Norstrom Helmer Lee LeRoy Redman CLARA AT HER FIRST BASKETBALL GAME Morhed Hi Skule Yust Now My deer Lila: It iss yure time to rite and tho you aint rote yet, I shall anser anyhow. How you are? I are yust haffing mumps and am having a swelled time too. Hope this fines you the very same. Wen I ot to Minnuseota, I yust desided De only skule I heard 8 to comments skule. anyting about vas de lVIorhed Hi skule, so of korse I had to start it. I like miself purty much here. It is a fine place. You go in the behind door, the before door, or the side door, or any other of the doors, and the furst place you come to is the cellar. The furst thing I noticed in the cellar wure the lockups, so I have desided to be very careful how I ak round here. Well, I wuz to wot they kall a baskit ball game last nite, and I was never so exercised in all my life. Why it was Habbingasting every bit of it from the exit to the entrance. To comments with, we went to a room they called jim and sat on top of some hi steps. It was lots of people there and they was all yelling a spuds. I don't know if they was hungry or wot. But that wasn't the wurst. The most particular thing was in the beginning of the commencing of the starting of this here game. A lot of boys run out on the floor. and I yust had to blush and cover my eyes. There was them boys with hardly a thing on. Purty near raw-why Lila! Everything they had on was abbreviated. I did peek, and no- tised the other girls wasn't a bit fussed so I looked and tried to get used to it. Vell, I didn't think dose boys did purty much of everything. Dey just run and jumped around and played baseball with a football, and then they tried to get it into a thing that looked like a potato baskit with the bottom knocked out and nailed to the wall. I wonder if they really was dum enuf to think that the ball was going to stay in it. Another thing that was perpendicular was a man who stood out in the center of the floor and hollard like he was crasy. Now every- buddy on this here locomotion, and then he waved his arms and twiddle-dee-deed his legs, and wobbled his ears and acted like he was doing dis here "Charleston," or like he was trying to tie himself into a know. Something other that wounded me, there was a man in the center of the middle of the floor, and every time the boys got a little ruff he would vishel, and took the ball avay. I was all excitement. Well after they had played each other for a while, some one hollard our "First quaterf' I got my handbag out. but I guess they forgot to pass the hat. Then the boys stood around on the floor and had their arms around each other, and they was huggin each other, then the fire vishel blew again, and they started to run around again, and when they got all tuckered out, the quit, and yelled, "we won, we won!" Of corse that was the spuds, and I found out that lim a spud and it aint so bad after all. I was into what they call a "Kalf" yester- day and had something to eat. A lady in white-a nurse I spose, gave me a program. and it had everything on it vot I wanted and didn't want. The first was "Menu." I didn't have any of that, but I did have "Fish balls on a craft, smashed potatoes, pie, and spanked cream." When you come to Minnesota be positive to come to moorhead Hi skule, the best skule on the map. so everyone says. Now I must drop off Yure 3rd cusin, Clara S. P. S. If you don't get this let me know, and I will write 2 times. P. S. I have that l3c I owe you but I have sealed the letter, so will send it next time. P. S. Remember I don't live where I used to live, but to where I have moved. As before, Clara. Miss Jenson: Have you read your English today, Theodore? Ted: Yes, What is it about? fir L-ax J' Q H 0 , . -f TI' .J',r1Af,--------f---- ...L ,,, ,-,--,-W---s. .4-1. 5. is-H, fm, e s . 4 4 X g --Y ,-1..., -,,-. 'Wx IVIr. I-Ianna: fln Chemistryj Donald. can you give a good explanation of excelsior? Donald Spencer: fthinking real hard, Well. excelsior is something, made up of something that looks like shredded wheat. IVIr. Shuren: Wliy do men catch cold more easily than women? I-Iarriet Irlallenbergz Because they wear tight collars and have no ventilation under- neath. Wliat was the Bastile? A castle where high class IVIiss -Ienson: Xvalt I.uncI: people lived. Eva. is I'IeIen absent today? know. but she isn't in school. IVIiss Jenson: Eva: Idon't Vic. Fridlund, teaching Social Problems: what question did I ask you? Itriscilla B. fNot listening, I didn't hear. Vic.: I didnvl ask any question. IVIiss S.. in study hall was looking at john Ingersoll, who was yelling. Eva Cto john, Inger, she's looking at you. john, iI'hat's all right, I know I'm good looking, Alpha Kirkhorn: Gee, I'm tired, couldnvt slr,-ep much last night because IVIiIo and Anna we-ie eating soup. Iwo jews were talking together. One said. MIIave you read Keats?" The other answered, "No, my keals are all uhile. do you think I married an Indian?" I., Rush: IVIr. Gillig. do you think lumber- n-er. like sweet things? IVIr. Gillig: What makes you think so. Lester? I.. Rush: Oh. theyvre always having log jams and working in forest preserves. IVIr. Ringoen: NVhat'sVan alcohol lamp? I,awrence Thompson: Thats Tedvs eye when it's got a black circle around it. jim Netser: I know a guy whose face is so red you can't see him blush. Jack Shure-n: WhoIs that? jim Netser: Santa Claus. Milo IVIattson has received a very pet nick- name from IVIr. Lindahl, namely "Station This is because he always interrupts the person re- citing with any idea that pops into his mind. .AX young civil engineer was sent to the tropics. .f?.s extra clothing he took only two scts of heavy winter underwear. I-Ie had been gene ahout a week when his wife received the following telegram: HS. O. S., B. V. D., C. CY D.. IJ, D. George I'robstfleId is so dumb hc thinks Santa Cilaus is a Spanish town. III:-dz Did you see that girl smile at me? Ihr 'ivvormuz Shucks. that's nothing. I laughed the Iirst time I saw you. fi I - V:-,ziffif T-u3" "'1,'-25. . , .: Ag, rg,-. W - -s---sg lcd- ... - IVIr. Ringoen: fln General Sciencej Paul, name a parasite. Paul Euren: IVIe. Ringoen: Yes, hut name another. I-IiII: Xyho is Thomas A. Edison? I-Ielmer Lee: I'Ie's the guy who invented the phonograph to keep us awake. so we could stay up all night using his electric lights. Shuren: Name an important bodily organ and part of it. George Kallz The throat organ and its windpipe. Stanford Strand: fAIter Biology class? Mr. Gillig. does a hear pass through the larva stage too? IVIr. Gillig: Of course not. Strand: But what's a bugbear? IVIrs. Huff: Wliat are you studying now? Ralph: Xve have taken up the study of molecules. IVIrs. I-lull: I hope you will be very at- tentive and practice constantly and learn well. I tried to get your father to wear one but he could not keep it in his eye. RECENT FLUNKERS IN PHYSICS Ilarallel lines are the same distance all the way and do not meet unless you bend them. A circle is a straight line drawn crooked. Gravitation is that which if there none we should all fly away. Horse power is the distance one horse will carry a pound of water in one hour. 'Iied Larson: Ilave you got over kidding that guy about his whiskers? junior Nye: Wlhat guy? 'lied Larson: Santa Claus. IVIiss Nelson: fln Iinglisli IIIJ Of what religious faith was Nvhittieifs mother? Xvalterz Lutheran. IVIiss Nelson: No. she was a quaker. Vvalterc But she must have been a I.u- theran because it says she was a Christian. Robert Freeman: K In English IIB fReport- ing on the poem "I.ittIc and Great", And when this acorn became a great oak it fur- nished shade for all the old folks at noon and the young ones at night. Donald Spencer: fIn Ifnglish IIIJ ffriticising ai Ictter ol application? I'Iow can a woman have a Bacheloifs degree? IVIiss Nelson: All of us teachers have them. you see we are all bachelor girls. IVIiss Swalestuenz fIn Solid Geometry, Now. il' I had enough blocks IIQI show you how this theorem is demonstrated. john Ingersoll: Xvell. aren't there enough iii here now? IVIiss Swalestuenz You folks ought to know what a block is. Chester XX'-CSIIJFTQI Sure. look at .Xllan I7odson's head. CH l O sg- e e Y mf,-efmef he i X Qhhertisers nf be Ciba: C1-CfO"iP To The Reader : No one can be successful in any business un- dertaking unless he has the necessary financial backing. Therefore, we the class of l926 take great pleasure in showing our appreciation to those who subscribed for an "Ad" and also those who do- nated towarcl our Annual. We wish to thank them most sincerely, at this opportune time. May their business always prosper. Cho-Kio Staff I 926. Agfxx' 9 O Moorhead National Bank A General Banking Business Transacted MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA Moorhead Drug Co. Farmers 8: Merchants 506 Cen er Ave. t Bank MOORHEADS MOST MODERN DRUG STORE AN CHE , IO TA - f E : T T E E E COMPLIMENTS OF The First National Bank MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA Established in I 881 THE OLDEST BANK IN CLAY COUNTY COMPLIMENTS A Slore for Young Men OF THE PALACE ST. HILAIRE LUMBER CO. O O O Successors to Stem Sl Field MOORHEAD LUMBER CO. MOORHEAD MINN- -l- o o o C. O. Bystrom, Mgr. . S Phone 545 Slx tores 20-SIXTH STREET SOUTH NlOORHEAD'S LARGEST CLOTHERS , A 1 l.v ."' -"N" ' ..Lfe,'-1 ' - . V 'L K Y,..vMr' 1, . v - ,.- ' ic: H A -.LOL A -5: ,AV ff f QF' ef' Q " O M ,v?2' i'Mv A 'X E, A E ,IQQQX .V Y E- '- f,- A 1- fy 1141- : f f 1+-gl , Lg-if-,1,.J!"iy 'i' f' A: .5-'hi '- -M" ' - I I , A sa. 'ie 4 5' ."". Oitffm. L-fx,I NF ' 'K' A .4 ' "'k"'1 S uit The Moorhead Hardware Co. "Winchester Store" 1 ,L,fd..,-ff' H lv.. ,X E I . V, A I k, LJ'-L ' f,a.FE' N L abt VLK ,E ,!" ,owl-.' .u V' -V1 '- Lil 7 n f f - , r , ,.,..,,-.J ,VL-IILL, V .E I il My VELVLVQ Aivvlf 64: lgvlf-Mfg!! ff""' 'U EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE AND IATHLLETTCA GOOD T' . CL... ff, "Jgf,,..,k,- 1fU'QZ' V Phonggiiify K ' , 422-CENTER AVE.. MOORHEAD, MINN. lf il Looks Like New, 11 Has Been lo-- COMPLIMENTS OF WRAGG'S DRY CLEANERS UNIQN LIGHT, HEAT AND Established in 1911 C0- " Division of NORTHERN STATES POWER CO. PRESSING AND CLEANING Personal Attention to Every Customer P M h d 2751:-ral Luang: More Than 50,000 Shareholders 5 MARTINSON'S JEWELERS OPTOMETRISTS IVIOORHEAD MINNESOTA THIS PLACE. IS OWNED HOPEMAN BY MATERIAL COMPANY THE FASTEST GROWING STORE. IN THE CITY J""b"S PAINT AND GLASS Dealers BUILDING MATERIAL AND FUEL Our Specialty Service and Courlesy Phone I55 GUESS WHO? NIOORHEAD IVIINN cugfgiuo 'fe - , - E 1. 5 0 st, ss., S 0 ltiax , V . ,-,Y ,J -gs, Q55-154 1- ,-:- -f-433' I "-- 2' COMPLIMENTS OF Moorhead Shoe Hospital AND Moccasin Factory Phone 2 I 4-W I7-FIFTH STREET SOUTH L CONGRATULATIONS O SENIORS OF M. H. S. Moorhead's Leading Cash Grocery Remember Located at to 508 Center Avenue 1300 Phone 1300 T For Latest Sports Results Featuring HIGHEST QUALITY FOODS At Money Saving Low Prices THE SAVE TIME-SAVE MONEY GRAND RECREATION PARLORS CH lO .ff X M Q he 6 'S' YOUR BEST MARKET FOR CREAM POULTRY and EGGS E FAIRMUIIT BREAMERY 00. Established l884 QUALITY, BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, POULTRY EVENSON'S HILDE AND Go. THE GROCER GROCERIES, DRY GOODS. NOTIONS AND When Better.Groceries are ' Avaxlable CROCKERY We Shall Have Them Phone 529 424 Center Ave. MQORHEAD MINN MOORHEAD CASH G-ROCERY VOLD AND ANDERSON Where Lanz Rent Saves You Money DRY GOODS SHOES GROCERIES CUTLERY MOORHEAD MINN. A. G. Kittleson, Mgr. PHONE S67 3-4TH ST. SO. exp CHCQii?'O E -it Ex M A STATE COLLEGE WHICH TEACHES M S TEACHERS T0 TEACH S T TWO YEAR DIPLOMA T C FOUR YEAR DEGREE C Courses in Primary, Intermediate, and Upper Grade Work Supervision, Manual Training, Physical Education, Music, Art SUMMER SESSION-jUNE 9, JULY 21 REGULAR SESSION-SEPTEMBER 7 MOORI-IEAD, MINN. WESTBERG-'S GROCERY NELSON'S S' O' Wmbefg MEAT AND GROGERY STORE GROCERIES, BAKERY GOODS C I T N I P ar . eson, rop. FRUITS' AND PHONE 39:6-W CONFECTIONERY Phone 2272 3I2-7th Ave. S SIS-First Ave. South PIONEER COFFEE M. J. B' Roasted in Moorhead WHY? And Sold Direct to Customer PIONEER COFFEE COMPANY MOORHEAD MINN. rg QHQTELQ L L- TT " e Wl Studio Il3M Broadway, Fargo A. R. Scherling, Prop. In Appreciation of Patronage Given Us, We are Pleased to Contribute this ACI. flnholos in This Book Taken by Us, WENSEL BROS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRESH AND SALT MEATS OYSTERS IN SEASON Phone 632 Moorhead Farmers Produce Pays W. NELSON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRESH AND SALT MEATS OYSTERS IN SEASON Phone 607-W Moorhead Meats and Sausages Shipped by Parcel Post to Country Customers HU BERT ZERVAS MEAT MARKET Country Shipment of Veal and Poultry Solicitecl Phone Moorhead 3400-W Minn. LEO. H. WRIGHT BROKERAGE CARLOT POTATOES BOUGHT AND SOLD Moorhead MIHH. CH ,W IO A ggi it -Em E I ay f ,,. Q -4 A' y , .X - , T ff : -I R yy. My KNIGHT PRINTING Co. ' 1 " PRINTERSW MJ if LWQZJQVMA 12151 'AL' MM pu ff -kj! .,' A QI! Wkp fajwff L4 J- W fW"L 9N. P. AVE., FAR , . . ,JNJ in W f. - You'll Do Best YOUR CREDIT IS O. K. HOUGLUM FURNITURE CO. Incorporated FURNITURE AND STOVES RUGS AND LINOLEUM ' Moorhead Minn- LEO. JOHNSON FURNITURE COMPANY 604-606 Center Ave. Visit Our Annex 23-Fourth Street South QUALITY MERCHANDISE. HANSEN JEWELRY STORE "NEUBARTH'S" N. P. Ry. Watch, Insp. Bring in that next Repair "Say It With Flawersu Our Service Makes it Easy for you to be thoughtful SIMPLY PHONE 762 BRIGGS FLORAL CO. Moorhead Minn. CH lim-AO ,ff - , ,......s,z.... , s A A Qi ' - Q-'-,g i--.- MOORHEAD HIGH SCHOOL EQUIPPED BY US PROOF THAT NVE HANDLE QUALITY GOODS AT RIGHT PRICE Largest and Most Complete Stock of Sporting Goods In Northwest Moher 81 Borleske 205- BROADWAY PHONE l572-W LENORD, CROSSET, RILEY CARLOT DEALERS IN POTATOES We Ship the Best that Grows MOORHEAD MINN- JOHNSON CANDY COMPANY in Wholesale HIGH GRADE CANDIES WE SUPPLY THE BEST Moorhead Minn MOORHEAD LAUNDRY WET WASH Semi ancl Popular Family Rough Dry Department Finished Department SOCKS DARNED FREE REPAIRING Phone IZI3 Moorhead NORD FURNACE COMPANY SHEET METAL WORK Warm Air Furnaces, Skylights, Roofing Ventilation We Heat Churches, Schools, Garages, etc Auto Radiator Repairing and Recovering MOORHEAD MINN we 'W A W ff? of WEE QW! ,f W Q Qef My W W W A BY aw wfff? D Wvwflffgwgiilnrqa of Engraving, Inc. x M1 nneapo 1.5 frfjf gf ,f WM OOO SPECIALIZING IN SCHOOL ANNUAL WORK His Graduation Suit Must Do Justice To The Important Occasion THE PLYMOUTH The Home of HART SCHAFFNER 6: MARX HUB CLOTHING UO. CLQTHES KNOWN FOR GOOD CLOTHES Moorhead Minn. Moorhead Minn. CHEVROLET SALES MOORHEAD MOTOR co. and FORD AND FORDSON SERVICE CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS KIEFER AUTO COMPANY Phone 2080 Bull Wallwork Moorhead Minn. 625-Center Ave. Moorhead cw .vo 'y' ' 'E E F' Q,f7lT l!TT:T7:T 93.1-QB-x Ollice Phone 854 Residence Phone l707-NV W, DENTIST DR. J. H. SANDNESS DEN-1-IST Phone 789 First sm Bank Building 510 Center AW Moorhead Mm MOORHEAD MINN. GARFIELD H. RUSTAD LAWYER l905 First Slate Bank Building HUMPHREY, HEIMARK AND THYSELL PHYSICIANS Eu SURGEONS Moorhead Clinic First Stale Bank Building COLLEGE CLUB M. C. Strand, Prop. Phone 3446-W l0l0-Seventh Ave. So. COM PLIMENTS OF THE L. 85 L. 5 AND 10c STORES Moorheacfs Growing Store MOORNHEAD OIL CO. Kallca 81 Barry -ENERGEE- in a class By Itself 'lirunli Service Lovering Clay Co. Phone - 2l6l OSNESS MOTOR CO. CYLINDER WET GRINDING AUTO REPAIRING Mobile Oils Shelly Gas Phone 362-W Moorhead C! S V I 9 S' I 1' i I N V531 fx iv'CH iig. I0 I I - - A no f 1, ,i ei - T, L , - sv gg-. :gqw ' 1 ,--- .wif 2 N- 4 I U ' 'L QI ' V If x M. N syvfvr A. J. WRIGHT ai soNs ' . RYIGGI T .- 3, K 50... -Q I s O P yi 0 ffl' SOB? RA' S-It FUNERAL DIRECTORS ff I Eiisi SEQ Bank Building L I oorhead Minn. Moorhead Minn. ft Mia MEL EVANSON TAILOR Where Good Clolhes are Made Moorhead Minn. MO THE I-IAMM CO. WHOLESALE BEVERAGES orhead Minn, INTERIOR LUMBER CO. EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING EVERYTHING IN FUEL HARRIS BROS. FARM IIVIPLEIVIENTS STUDEBAKER AND STAR AUTOMOBILES Phone 64 ACCESSORIES SERVICE 5!l'l Street NONII Phone 648 Moorhead LEO KOSSICK "MEEHAN" CONFECTIONERY AND LUNCI-IES All Sports Events up to the Minute By Western Union 1, D -'THE MALT rqnqm 'THAT GOOD OLD TAQTE . ry p I f 1 i 416 Ceiiiei Ave. 23-4iii si. so. i- Mooxbgad Y i x . W I, I '1 CH .. f- 10 DR. W. N. BROWN DR. ROSTAD Wheeler Block DE-NTIST PHONE 573 Gletne Block DR. L. P. M003 PAUL CLARKE DENTIST DENTIST Room 205 First State Bank Building First State Bank Building Moorhead Minn- Connected With Moorhead Clinic V. E. FREEMAN DENTIST Moorhead Nat. Bank Bldg. DR. H. J. THORNBY Gletne Block Moorhead Minn. DR. H. E. MCCASLAND LICENSED CHIROPRACTOR Palmer Graduate Gletne Blk. Moorhead HENRY C. STIENING LAWYER Moorhead Nat. Bank Bldg. N. I. JOHNSON EDGAR. E. SHARP ATTORNEY Class of 1896 l6-l9 First Nat. Bank Bldg. JAMES A. GARRITY ATTORNEY-AT-LAW CITY ATTORNEY Moorhead Minn, F. H. PETERSON LA YER Roo: I9-2' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Moorhead Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 61 Moorhead . V v-794 if f4,b,,4,h Ziff , Mp " 54-1 ,Jr- Djjcrfy I ng TI lffv A - X -3. 715 PT" TT -. ,E E A g at .-1: A A - ,.Q ,.f:.,-f.-J.. f ' . 'i ' ' I W T V - EST AGENCY NORTHWESTERN LOAN CO. df C -A ESTATE W. R. Costain, Manager O FIRE INSURANCE ow N359 First State Bank Building M rhead Minn. First National Bank Building JAMES M. WITHEROW ATTORNEY AT LAW Room I Kiefer Bldg. Suits Pressed and Repaired 0. P. EDLUN'D MERCHANT TAILOR Moorhead Nat. Bank Bldg. Moorhead Minli. Marcelling 50cg Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage, Packs JESSIE M. FREEMAN THE VANITY SHOP Void 8: Anderson Moorhead COMSTOCK BARBER SHOP "Rudy" 8th Street 81 Center Ave. LADIES' HAIR-BOBBING A SPECIALTY MOORHEAD S T A R BEAUTY PARLOR ESTHER BENEDICT, OPERATOR 624-Center Ave. Phone 5099 Moorhead BERRIGAN B A R B E R SHOP WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE Phone 4077 418-Center Ave. Moorhead WHY FREEZE L A M B H A S c o A L MOORHEAD MINN. LARSON'S C A S H MARKET COMSTOCK CAB COMPANY PHONE 2600 FARMERS HOME MEAT WI A R K E T 4-Fourth St. So. CHOICE MEATS 58 AT Phone '5 'J LOWEST PRICES THE HOME OF SATISFACTION Free Delivery Phone 432 -, ' X. A "X , h X , . 3 Y, , - n f , 1 . L14 XL! ' cu, mi I I 6 -- - - f A. L, . -. 1L, - 1 Leif. 1-is tiff- F in " N' 3--L-E+'-fi L-+0 K- ,ff I S' I 'efvk I ' . ,,. I 'N f rl, t . 27 Fa lu ,aellkt ,-,i cj. kc- fs C. U. A Vi ,.n I Y 1 IceifCreagn, Cgmkd-ies.: Soft Drinks, ' 'e .I , " ., ,- I hiihogl' Suepfes K R15-7 V like, THE QALACE . 'L -1 . .pt 2, - CU, fog, 'G D 'fl Vfcl H. ' 'xg' ,, ti . N I' -V Ti ' - x, THAT GRADUATIONVSUIT Cf! I CGNEECIIOIQEBY . ' , ' x x .LX A X... , 5' . E V ,, 7l4 CbqbtA'Ave.l . . Ci, "Candi Phillips" Q f' Moogeadg ,. , . , '22, 'Iv ' I-A 1' f I ft Egg' L, .1 TNR 'gl , N 'X -Q ' WHY PAY MORE? FARMEIQS .HOMEQEOCERY-f" Sf . J ' .ff L-'KM " Trade With Us and Save Money , ,Q "J I r ,f H Deahers mf' 1' QK . Th "D H- S an - 'H'- e ' e'e"Ce 4 GROCERIES AND' 'FRQITS ,, Pr THE FARMERS SUPPLY co. E" I, Moorhead Minn. Phone 2866 E. E. Jensen T' MILLER'S H. G. Koetting L. Peters WESTERN BOTTLING WORKS TIRE AND VULCANIZING CARBONATED BEVERAGES SHOP CIDERS, GAS, CRUSHED FRUITS AND SYRUPS Moorhead Minn- Moorhead Minn. IVIUNNUS SHEET METAL. SHOP A. C. Munn, Prop. RADIATOR REPAIRING, GUTTERS FURNACES, ROOFING Phone I949 Moorhead Minn. MOORHEAD PLUMBING 85 HEATING CO. . George Thompson PLUMBINGg STEAM, HOT WATER AND HOT AIR HEATING 620- Center Ave. Phone I 240-W Moorhead Minn. MINNESOTA ARMY STORE L. Mellon, Prop. ME.N'S FURNISHINGS GOODS AND SHOES, ALSO HUNTING AND CAMPING GOODS 408-Center Ave. CRESCENT MILK COMPANY, INC. COUNTRY BRAND Milk--Cream-Ice Cream Special Attention given to all Extra Orders Both Cities SHOE. SHINING PARLOR Ladies and Gents FIRST CLASS SHINE HATS AND CAPS CLEANED 406-Center Ave. DOUGHERTY 'S CIGAR STORE BEST KIND OF SMOKES ALWAYS ON SALE. I9-4th St. So. 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