North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)
- Class of 1941
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Polaris symbolizes for us North High School, the
guiding star by which we set our courses for the
future. The pole-star appears in the tail of the
stellar group popularly known as the Little Dipper
or theLittle Bearg also in the northern sky shines
the Great Dipper or the Great Bear. These con-
stellations, Little Bear and Great Bear,represent
respectively the June and January graduating classes.
Together they swing in annual circle about the cen-
The Annual Publication
The Senior Classes
Volume 32 1941
Gerraine Holcombe Editor-in-Chief
Doris Sanko Art Editor
Robert Kenning Business Manager
THE GREAT BEAR CONSTELLATION Pall and Winter
THE LITTLE BEAR CONSTELLATION Sprlng and Summer
NAU SENICP OFFICERS
deen, secreturyjlernu Ro-
usch, treasurerg Kenneth
and Muriel Cuudy,mcscot.
THE GREAT BEAR 00lSl'ElLA'l'l0lI -
STARS MID SATELLITES
WA" SENIOR HOME RDON
Sitting: A.Gustufson, S.
Bermei stef, F. Erickson,M.
ing: L.Ho1 tzinger, D.Nel-
LIFE 0I DHH PLAHET
HEHHD IH THE HILLS
WBelieve it, or not I'm a
'The election prelimin-
aries begin next.W
nwho should I vote for?n
swell. Every one issatis-
fied andtwo heads arebet-
ter than one.'
'What are you doing with
all thoseelection signs?u
'I like all thecandidates
so I'm wearing a sign for
each of them.N
nCo-presidents B111 and
Jerry, secretary Pearl,
at-arms-Kenny and mascot
Muriel--watch us go.W
'The A-B seniorparty sure
was swell. It was defin-
itely Hawaiian with Palm
trees swaying andleis for
'Now for a good long va-
cation.....Am I going to
sleep, ho hum.'
WThree months of vacation
and I'm still tired."
NThe band had a good time
in New York. Did you hear
them on Major Bowes' pro-
WI had more fun atthe WAN
senior party. The game
room was a life saver for
those ofus whodon't dance
and want agood time tooon
NHave you seen WF1y Away
Homen? I saw itlast night
and did I laughs You bet-
ter gotonight. Last chan-
nwould you--well, gee,would
you care to--gosh-the prom
is January ninth and I've
got a dollar anda half.
nBoy,what a banquet! Tur-
gosh just everything. I
could hardly dance after-
n0ur lastauditorium. Gee,
when will Icatch up on my
nMy diploma in black and
whitebutnow that I'vegot
it I wish I could turn it
in for three more years?
A. M. Lerschen
A. M. Bank
K. C. Friedman
M, R. Gould
A. M. Nervig
RL T. Tenney
f'All AND WINIZR
hx Usb XIJYPJ Eugene Welch
THE GRADUATING MEMBERS OE THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Dietrich, Mary Alice
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The American Legion Awardand theAmer1can
Legion Auxiliary Award, given to the boy and
girl whose characterandability showmostpro-
mise of outstanding citizenship were awarded
this year to John Watten and Marie Gjenvick.
The Minneapolis Star Journal Award, given to
the student most outstanding in leadership,
character,scho1arship,and service was awarded
to Vernon Anderson. Ethel Evenson, whose work
in Norse was the most notable of the year was
awarded the Norse Scholarship Award.The D. A.
R. Award was presented to Lorane Gorham for
her fine citizenship while at North. To Doris
Shelley,for her outstanding work in the field
of science was presented the Science Award.
The Minneapolis Business College Award wasgi-
ven to Robert Hendrickson. Pearl Waldeen re-
ceived for her outstanding service to the Po-
laris Weekly the Polaris Honor Award.
Vernon Anderson Lorane Gorham Doris Shelley Pearl Waldeen John Watten
0 BETTY ABRAHAM..she will make a good steno-
grapher..viking club. 0 CHARLES ALBRO..our
future kilocycleman. 0 DELOBES ANDERSON..hey,
blondie,we're off dm go1dstandard..c1assp1ay.
0 EUGENE ANDERSON..they tell me I can sing..
0 VERNON ANDERSON..he can be conv1nced,but--
german cl. pres.gnat. hon. soc. pres.g radiog
projectiong scienceg natureg hi-yg glee clubg
movie crew. I MITCHELL ARDUSER..s1ow and easy
0 JOE BEERS..a future engineer. I DOROTHY
BENNETT..Tubby likesmellerdrammer..bank cash-
iergstudent councilg sciencegfrenchg kadimah.
0 DOLORES BERDT..our journalistic polarite..
student councilgPolaris weeklygPolaris sales-
mang A senior chairmangfrench cl. pres.g nat-
0 DONALD BEYER..interested in aviation--or is
it flight angels..oratorio5 glee cl. 0 DORIS
BLAGROVE..she makestomorrow ascheerful as to-
day. 0 MARY BLANKENHORN..Mary likes doggies..
0 AUDREYBLASE..quiet butsincere..s1lver trig
nature club. 0 FRANCES BLINDMAN..Faye likes
sports..com.5 frenchg kadimah. I PAUL BLIXT--
give me the wide open spaces.
0 ANGELINE BOGUCKI..she leads thatothers may
fo11ow..si1.g blue tri.3 nat. hon. soc.3 lat.
pres.. natureg french3Po1ar1s sales.5 Polaris
week.g bank cash.5 stud.coun.ggir1 scouts. 0
DAVID BOSTROM..a stargazer..chess5cho1rgband.
0 AQUINAS BREGAL..she wants to travel around
the world..comm. cl.g A senior chairman.
0 EDWARD BRETT..North's Ch1ng..hockeyg foot-
ball. 0 ROBERT BROOKING..what long eyelashes
you have..german3 football. I GLADYS BROOSTIN
..oh,for a book and a shady nook..blue tri.
' MARGARET BRORN..Peggy isour efficiency ex-
nert..viking clubg commercial cluhg blue tri.
U EDWARDBUKSTEIN..Eddie:willcombine aviation
xnd poetry..science cl. 0 HARRY BURDMAN..our
electrical minded Harry.
I ROBERTBURKE..away withweary study..gleec1.
0 SHIRLEYBURMEISTER..llfe is just a round of
merriment..blue tri.gcommercia1 c1.gphotogra-
phy club. 0 JOYCE CAMPBELL..t blo d likes
0 ARTHUR CANE..our phglatellic enthusiast..
german cl.g science club. I JUNE CARLSON..an
artist supreme..french c1.3b1ue tri.gbul1etin
board com. pres. 0 RUTH CARLTON..Ruth1e will
be an office worker.
0 JOHN CARMODY..Jim has three speeds--slow,
slower,stop. 0 WILLIAM CARR..we're inthe ar-
my now. I CHARLES CARTER..a future football
0 MELVIN CHEMRINOw..an ardent sports fan. 0
HERBERT CHERRY..bring 'em back alive Cherry..
student coun.g homeroom representativegA sen-
ior chairmang class play. l MANLFY CHESTER--
a coastguard station for him..footba113track.
0 CAROL COCHRAN..housekeeping intrigues her.
0 HARRIETTE COHEN..mode11ng willbe herfuture
..commerc1a1 clubg bandg orchestra. 0 TED C0-
HEN..Ted's ambition is to be an accountant..
menorahg latin club.
0 AUDREY COPLIN..from Polaris to N. Y. Times
..french c1.3 kadimahgnat. hon. soc.g Polaris
page editor and salesmang A senior chairman.
0 WARNER DAHL..liked here, there, and every-
where..science c1.5 student coun. 0 ELEANOR
DARSOW..she's 1itt1e,but so is dynamite..b1ue
tri.g nature club.
I ABMGND DAVIS..sweet violet--green house for
me. 0 PAUL DE WAHL..brother de Wahl--a future
business man..student council. I MARY ALICE
DIETRICH..a quick mind anda willinghand..sil.
blue tri.g girl scoutsg nat. hon. soc.g orch.
O JIM DIKEMAN..Dike will be a good chemist.
U MARGIE DRAKE..she makes swell fudge--oh boy.
0 ERNA DUNBAR..a speedy whirl of energy.
0 EDWARD ENGLUND..he will enter the field of
mechanical engineering. 0 LUTHER ENgLUND,,
Luke will attend Gustavas College. 0 FLORENCE
ERICKSON..she looks, smiles, wins..blue tri.g
comm. c ubjpg
0 LORRAINE ERICKSON 1 success is measured
by inches she'll beat them a1l..french clubg
Commo C103 blue tri. U ANNABELLE ERLANDSON..
Bubbles designs clothes. 0 ETHEL EVENSON..an
ever ready smile..viking club.
I WILLIAM EVIDON..he's just a jitterbug at
heart. I ELEANORE FERGUSON..they conquer,they
who believe they can..sil.g blue tr1.3 french
cl.3 nat. hon. soc. 0 JEANNETTE FIDLIN..peppy
and jolly,a funloving gal..vik. cl.glee clubg
choirg orat.g band.
O THERESA BRANKLIN..1t's nice to be natural
when you're naturally nice.l DOUGLAS FRASER..
quietness is a virtue..comm. club. 0 DOROTHY
FREDRICKSON..a bundle of charm..vik. cl.gblue
tri.g glee club.
0 PHYLLIS FRIED..Twinkletoes loves the stage.
0 INGRID FRISELL..what would wehave done with
out Ingie..bluetri.gscience cl.gnat.hon.soc.g
norse c1.g orch. O HARVEY GARBER..toot,toot
here comes Harvey..band5 orch.gnat.hon.soc.
I JACK GASNER..I've been working on the rail-
road. O ARTHUR GEBERT..why worry?--it makes
wrinkles. 0 LORRAINE GEDIG..ready,w1l1ing,and
able..commercial clubg national honor sndety.
0 ADELE GERMAIN..fashion is my dish..Span1sh
clubgkadimah. 0 DOROTHY GILSVIK..sweet is the
word for Dot..si1ver tri.3 commerc1a1,c1ub. O
MARIE GJENVICK..a tiny bunch offriendliness..
sil.. blue tri.gnature c1.gscience c1.ggerman
cl.5 nat. hon. soc.5 student council.
0 LORANE GORHAM..a glass of fashion..seton hyg
sil.3 blue tri.g stud. coun.g nat. hon. soc.g
bank cashierg radio workshopg A senior ch. O
LILLIAN GOSTICK..from g.a.a. tonursing..s1l.5
blue tri.g nat. hon. soc.gg.a.a. boardgA sen.
ch. O JAMES GOTTLIEB..candid camera fiend..
menorahg scienceg camera club.
I DAVID GREENBERG..Davy likes to tinker with
cars. I EUNICE GREENSPO0N..there's danger in
them eyes..stud.coun.3bank cash.3kadimah cl.g
commercial cl. 0 MARGARET GREVE..Peggy likes
sewing..blue tri.g commercial club.
I ALPHA GUSTAPSON..discovered: a blonde with
3rains..french cl. pres.gs11., blue tri.5glee
c1.goratoriognature cl. science c1.5nat. hon.
soc. 0 KENNETH HAAS..Gab1e hasn't anything on
mim..sen.sergeant-at-arms. 0 HERBERT HAASARUD
..peaches andcream complex1on..bmuipresident:
mi-y chap. pres.
I WILLIAM HAGEN..a man ofthe a1rwaves..radio
cl. pres.3 projection cl. 0 LLOYD HANS..W1ld
Bill and his guitar. 0 JANICE HANSEN..artiSt
supreme..si1.,blue tri.gnature c1.gpolar pal-
I MARY HARRIGAN..best to the Irish. 0 MARIAN
HASELNESS..Mickey singsUcommerc1alcl.3 choir
I FRED HAUSER..our trap drummer..hi-ygh1- 1119
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I MELVA HEAIRET..why gentlemen prefer blondes
..comm. clubg idunag blue trilg choir. 0 HY
HECTFR--hi,H6CtSIw I PAUL HEIMER..woodworking
is one of Red's hobbies.
I ROBERT HENDRICKSON..they call him strike'e
out Puss..glee cl.g footballgbaseballg hockey
I CHARLES HENNING..mechanical minded lharles
I CLIFFORD HIGGINS..bowling,.golf,and huntin
pmy favo .band.
I LYLE HOFFA- smical engineering at the U. .
hi-yg german. I CHARLES HOFPMAN..technically
speaking, Chuck is o.k.. I PHYLLIS HOLLAND..
a little Dutch girl.
I MAYBETH HOLLERUD..just plain swel1..si1ver,
blue tri.3girl scoutsg natureg french club. I
LEO HOLZINGER..he's our athletic man. I RUTH
HONIGSCHMlDT..her merit paves her path..sil.g
blue trig nature c1.3 french club.
I JUNE INGALLS..friends valuelierfriendship..
blue tri. pres.gstud. coun.5french cl. pres.3
nat. hon. soc.gA sen. ch. I JACK ISENBERG-.
second Izaak Walton. I ROBERT JACOBS..Bob,0UT
band man. '
I SOL JACOBS..1ndustrious Solhe'll getplaces.
I DONALD JOHNSON..Swede is a11city..footballg
skatingg hockeyg baseball. I ECHO JOHNSON--
here's Eleanor D's echo..nature cl.3blue tri.
I GERALD JOHNSON..wh1st1e while you work. I
-ROBERT JOHNSON..he willbe amechanical drafts-
man..hi-y. I SHIRLEY JOHNSON..she tickles the
ivory..s1l.5 blue tri.5french cl.gbank cash.
0 VIVIAN JOHNSON..good things come in small
packages..commercial club. 0 BERNARD JOHNSRUD
..he's tall,he's tan,he's terrific..football.
0 RUBY JUSTER..her dark eyes reveal herhappy
heart..kadimah5 Polarisgbandg orchestra.
0 RAY KAHLER..fore! herecomes Ray..project1on
c1.g student councilgbandggolfg bowling team.
O HELEN KANIA..a fine classmate. I JERRY KAP-
student coun.g Polaris salesmangbank cashierg
glee clubg A Senior co-president.
I WARREN KENNETH..names like this areconveni-
ent, sometimes..footbal1g baseballg hockey. 0
JABOLD KIEFFER..dip1omacy is my middle name..
nat. hon. soc. l ALEC KIPERSTEIN..1et's get
in the groove.
I GLORIA KIRKBRIDE..she'1l rollarskatethrough
1ife..si1ver andblue tri. I RUTH KLEINBAUM..
do I look like Hedy?..french clubg classgday.
I JOE KNIGHT..night, night..basketba1l3class
0 ELEANORE KOHN..sma11 1nstature,but large in
intellect..kad1mahg commercial cl. I LU VERNE
KOHOUT..just call me Lovie..silver tri.g blue
tri.gpep clubgclass play. 0 GLADYS KOIVISTO..
she'll waltz through 1ife..si1ver tri.. blue
tri.g pep club.
l HARRIS KOST..from Kost toKost it'sHarris..
student councilggolfgbowling. I BEN KRAMER..
ten pinBenj1e..menorahgbow1ing. O ED KRAUSE--
it's your move now..chess club.
0 WARREN KREKELBERG..a whistler and his dog..
apparatus. 0 MARILYN KUEHN..Ch1ck is keen..
silverg blue tri.5 bank cashiergstudent coun-
cilg girl scoutg oratorio. 0 CHARLES LANE..a
jolly good fel1ow..projection clubg choir.
0 LUVENIA LANE..sincerity is a great asset. 0
MARGARET LANGLEY..we'vegot hernumber..camerag
comm.3 blue tri.g seton hi. 0 JAMES LAWSON..
if success is measured by inches, he'll beat
them all..choir3 applied music.
0 CLARA LEADER..a gym teacher's life forher..
k8d1mHhsa.a.a. board. o noaommz LEN.ZEN..ooh,
Dotty, those eyes of blue..silver5 blue tr1.0
DAVID LERNER..you can fix anything.
0 JOYCE LILJA..she's the outdoor type. I EARL
LINDBERG..1t's electrical engineering forhim.
0 MINNIE LISS..office work is her selection..
kadimahg co mercial club.
0 RANK LISS ..Doc will attend the U. of M..
0rat0Pi05 track- 0 WINSTON LOWRIE..bui1ding
model railroads, that's my hobby..orchestra.
0 MARIAN MACHT..ever ready,ever steady..art3
natureg student cou c lg nat.hon.soc.3 silver
and blue tri. !fffff
I NORA MANDEL..to be a good stenographer ismy
aim..commercial3kadimah. O RUTH MANSK..inter-
ior decorating is my line. 0 THEODORA MANTZ..
the world will know Teddy andher f1ddle..s11-
ver, blue tri.gfrench5 orches agconcert mis-
tressg string quartette. -
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0 MARGARET MARCELL..she's whereshe's needed..
sil., blue tri.g frenck,1atin cl.gbank cash.g
Pol. sales.gannualg nat. hon. soc. 0 LORRAINE
MARTIN..Lorr and commor sense aresynonymous..
kadimahg bank cash.gnature3spanish5 comm. cl.
0 RUTH MARTINSON..just a round of merriment..
sil., blue tri.g french, nature cl.:oratorio.
0 MARCETTA MASON..sailing, sailing--1t'sthe
life for me. 0 HELEN MATSON..an apple for the
future teacher. 0 MYRA MERSKY..the way tohave
a friend is to be one..nat.hon.soc.g kadimahg
spanish, comm. cl.3 bank cash.
0 KAREN MEDTLING..the domestic type..g.a.a. I
MARVIN MILLER..silence is more eloquent than
words..science, nature cl. 0 OLIVER MILLER..
my dog loves your dog-uwell.
U ALBERT MILNER..he will be a draftsman..glee
01.5 nature cl.5 apparatus. 0 CLYDE MOESCHLER
..interior decorator jr..apparatus. 0 MILDRED
MOGAARD..still water runs deep..vik1ng clubg
0 ELAINE MO0RE..she gives with zest and gives
the best..frenchg comm. c1.g nat. hon. soc. 0
DORIS NELSON..the guiding ray of leadership..
studk coun.g A sen. ch.g s1l.gb1ue tr1.gcomm.
cl.g scoutsg nat. hon. soc.g annual. OPHYLLIS
NELSON..how willher studentsconcentrate..sil.
blue tri.g science clut.
0 LA VERNE NEWMANN..n whirl of energy..blue
tr1.3glee cl.5g.a.a.0 YVONNE NEMMAN..home run
Lefty--g-a.a. 0 VIVIAN NEWSTROM..earnest in
purpose, loyal to friends..girl scouts,pres.g
nat re c1.gsil., blue tri.gannual roster ed.
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0 MEYER NISKER..sports areMott's main hobby..
footba1l.l BILL NITCHIE..his ableleadership..
co-pres. of classg hi-yg scienceg nature cl.g
nat. hon. soc.3 bandg bank cash. 0 MARGARET
NOLDEN..a smwnd Schiaparelli h1ournddst..blue
tri.3 comm. cl.g glee club.
0 RICHARD NOREN..sky rider in future years..
hi-yg footballghockeyg oratorio. 0 ADORA NOR-
LANDER..oh how we adore her..si1., blue tr1.g
choir. l GEORGE NORMANDIN..his ambition will
get him places..radio cl.
0 BILL NORTIN..friendliness,his middle name..
hi-yg vikingg nature c1.g oratorio. I WALTER
NYBERG..worry andwalter have never met..hi-yg
band. l HARRIETT OHMAN..a private secretary..
0 CAROL OLSON..quiet buts1ncere..comm. club.
0 DOROTHY OLSON..1ight headed,but only inone
way, I VERNON OLSON..a man like this is hard
I JOHN 0 NEILL..ooh,those Irish..hi-yg bandg
science cl.g basketball. 0 ROSLYN ORINSTIEN..
may Ihave the next dance,madam?..french cl. 0
MARVIS PALM..nursing is my life..blue tri.
0 FLORENCE PASS..1et's have more like her..
COMQ ffl-s choir. 0 LQRRAINE PAULsoN..Pau1y
alll be a dent enist..silver,b1ue tri.5
ffamhs nature GLORIA PEARSON..a peppy
member of our p c ub..pep cl.5 blue tri.
0 ELOISE PEDERSON..she also serves who only
sits and knits..sil., blue tri.g comm. cl. 0
FRED PIER..1ntelligent,1ikeable,and sincere..
stud. coun. 0 CORRINE PETERSEN..NCornu wants
to be a librarian..si1., blue tri.
l MILDRED PETERSON..studious,sweet, sincere.
0 LAVAUN POWERS..asport minded artist..g.a.a.g
si1.,blue tri. 0 JEANNE PRITCHARD..nursing is
my lifework--oh nurse..camera,science c1.plue
tr1.3 choirg bank cash.
0 MURIEL QUADY..our class' good luck charm..
si1.,blue tri.3scouts3 nat. hon. soc.gannualg
comm. c1.g sen. mascot. I BOB QUIGLEY..friend
to all..hi-y. I MARGUERITE RACHAC..charming,
and lovely--that is you..sil.,blue tri.gcomm3
Polaris weeklyg hon. soc.g annualggirl scoutsg
bank cash.g ch. sen. comm.
0 VERNA RAUSCH..her light shines forth that
others might see..s1l.,b1ue tri.gscience cl.3
nature cl.gstud. coun.5nat. hon. soc.5annual.
0 RICHARD REIMER..Diuk'l1 c1ick..box1ng. 0
ARLINE RINKER..a dimpled smile that makes you
her friend..g.a.a.5 glee club.
0 BERNICE RIVKIN..po1se plus personality..
french cl. O AUSTIN ROBERG..quiet and steady,
he'1l see you through. l BEVERLY ROBINSON..
a bundle ofpetite charm..science5spanish c1.g
sil., blue tri.3 nat. hon. soc.g orchestra.
0 GORDON ROBINSON..you will need sales resis-
tance with Whitey.0 JOHN ROSE..roses arered..
swimmingg skating. I LOUISE ROSEN..a modern
dancer..comm. cl.g latin club.
0 ROBERT RUBENSTEIN..Bob ake that kick..
spanish cl.gfootball. .especially
sweet and s1ncere..s1l., 0 GERALD
RUFF..answer to ama1den's er..stud. coun.
0 RICHARD RUSCHOFF..quiet and business-like.
0 SARAH SALTZER..she'll talklierway tofame..
kadimahg latin cl. 0 VERNON SANDERS..the man
on the flying trapeze..apparatus.
l NORMA SANKER..the lady with the1amp..si1.,
blue tri.3 seton hyg polar palettesg band. I
MARIAN SAVAGE..the lady withlamp number two..
kadimahy comm. cl. 0 BURTON SAVITT..a future
D.A..menorahg Polaris weekly.
0 MARCELLA SCHARMER..music is my business..
polar palettesg band 0 JIM SCHELSKE..a three
letter man..band5 footballg trackg swimming.0
HUGH SCHNEIDER..bye,baby bunting,Hughie's gone
0 EDMUND SCHOPPERT..a hunter and fisher. 0
JEANETTE SCHWAPPACH..her loveliness gets them
al1..french, swedish c1.g sil, blue tri.g or-
atorio. 0 BEVERLY SEGAL..home ec. is Brenda's
callin ..kadim 3comm.3spanish cl.5bank cash.
0 SHIRLEY SHAPIRO..an air minded stewardess..
blue tri.3 kadimahgscienceg latingnature c1.g
choirg glee cl. 0 PATRICIA SHEAHAN..another
grand Irishman. 0 DORIS SHELLEY..a pharmacist
mustn't forget chem1stry..nat. hon. soc.gblue
tri.gkadimahg frenchgsciencegnatureglatin cl.
0 ANITA SHERMAN..astudious privatesecretary..
stud. coun.g hon. soc.3 kadimahg comm. cl. 0
MEYER SHRAGOWITZ..athleticmindmiband member..
bandg basketball. I RUTH SIEBENTRITT..my goal
is as high as the notes Ising..sil.gb1ue triq
frenchg comm. cl.3 choir.
0 WILLIAM SIEVERT..h1s aim is the top..glee
Cl- 0 ORELL SILBERMAN..it's theuniversity for
Orell- 0 LORON SIMON..work is my hobby and
0 CAROL SIMPSON..our sweet anddemure artist..
Polar palettesg bul. boardg orch. 0 MARVIN
SJOBERG..Monte andhis guitar. 0 SHIRLEY SMITH
..tops with a11..Iatin, nature cl.
0 ARTHUR SOLBERG..tool and dye making is his
trade. I WILLIAM SPIESS..you've got to be a
football hero..footba115 choirg glee club. I
BURTON STARR..keep sm11ing..soph. football.
I MABIAN STEVENSON..sunshine in her smile. 0
GLORIA STURMAN..a likeable go-getter..camera
cl.g blue tri. 0 RUTH SUGARMAN--Sugar will be
I JUNE SUTHEBLAND..found:gmnihousewifegwantedz
:ood husband..b1ue tri.q swedishg glee cl. O
DOROTHY SVEUM..hold it--here comes Dot.. camerag
comm. 01.5 norse cl. I A JUSTIN SWILLFR..hold
that linenfootballg goI.fg menorah.
0 BRENT SYMONDS..when you're out of joint,go
to Sy. 0 ANNETTE TENDER..she would be atender
nurse..sil., blue tr1.g nature club. 0 DORIS
TINKER..another Florence Night1ngale..s1lver,
and blue tri.3 glee cl.
0 LORAINE TOMPKINS..short and sweet..natureg
comm. club. I THOMAS TROUPE..Troupe's clever
with levers. o DOHOTHY TUBNEB..Dot sings and
roller skates..comm. club.
I LORRAINE VENTA..beaut1ful hands to soothe
the fevered brow..sil., blue tr1.3 nature cl.
l PEARL WALDEEN..she's here,I heard hergiggle
..s1l., blue tr1.gnat. hon. soc.g nature cl.g
sec. of sen. classy Pol, weeklyg A sen. ch. 0
IERNA WALTER..we wid1shewere twins..b1ue U1.3
O BERNICE WASSERMAN..a stitch in time saves
nine..Pol. sa1es.gorch. 0 DOROTHY WASSEBMAN..
hubby wantedgline forms to right..french cl.g
bank cash.0 JOHN WATTEN..ohhhh--Johnny..stud.
coun. pres.g A sen. ch.g glee clubistud- WSF'
of baseballg vocal ensemble.
0 SHELDON WEINSTEIN..Porky likes classics..
menorahg science cl. 0 SIDNEY WEINSTEIN..S1d
and his big black beard..menorahg spanish cl.
l LILLIAN WEISMAN..on the news front..stud.
coun.3 kadimahg comm.g science club.
0 EUGENE WELCH..Rusty will be an engineer..
hi-yggerman cl. 0 EILENE WESTON..she has dim-
ples like the rest of the girls would like to
have..blue tr1.5 band. 0 SHIRLEY WHELAN..a
doctor's assistant--?..sil.3 blue tri.3 comm.
0 GEORGE WHITEIELD..a pearl inhis treasury..
german, glee cl., choir, Polaris. 0 ELEANORE
WILENSKY..subtract abarrel of cares and add a
ton of pep..frenchg nature clubg radio workg
kadimah. O EDITH WILMER..competition for Pol-
aris--The Frozen North..Po1ar1s, aviationgor-
atoriog seton hy.
0 VIRGINIA WINGEB..she pilots atalented pen..
sil., and blue tri.ggerman cl. 0 JOHN WOLFE..
sports and stamps for him..stud. coun. 0 DAVE
WOODCOCK..a willing hand and a lot of fun.
0 PHYLLIS WOODHOUSE..a frieuito a1l..blue triq
COMM- Cl. 0 ELMA WUOLLET..E1mer likes sewing.
I BERNETTA YANCY..as friendly as they come..
0 LOBBAINE ZAMJAHN..Zamy can play the piano
too..blue tri.g comm. c1.g stud. coun. 0 SARA
ZEMACH..her smileglows forall..kad1mah pres.g
frenchg natureg comm. clubg nat. hon. soc. I
JEANNE ZUCKMAN..acquatennia1 higaschool queen
I BOB CASSERLY.,please,mom,can I buy a comic
book U RICHARD COHL..a living lexicon.,foot-
ball 0 EDDIE GOLDSTEIN,.he'1l make home runs
in an airplane.
0 LOIS GREENBERG,,a golfer onhorseback..comm.
cl 0 EINAR HAMBORG..the silent he-mmL.norse:
fholrsfootball, o MILDBED HAMLIN,,many lights
are hidden,,comm, cl,
U HAROLD HANLEY..fun is my middle name,,band,
0 CLARENCE LARSON.ethe call ofthe w11d,.band,
0 LAWRENCE TOLEDO.,we are glad we knew him..
glee cl., orchestra,
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The girls who take an inter-
est in many sports arerewarded.
One may earn so many points in
each sport. Each girl having
600 points, Q00 of which must
be earned in individual work,
receives an N. 1000 pcints earn
a G.A.A. emblem.
Every day after school one
may see girls hurrying to the
gym totake part ineome athletic
activity. G.A.A. is different
than gym classes as the girls
do the supervising. Each mem-
ber of the board has some sport
she must direct.
Irene Chesebro, President,
has charge of Badminton,as well
as Marlys Webster and.IeanLath-
rop. Janice Barre and Shirley
Goldstein have charge of Speed-
ball5Joyce Powers and Jean Kel-
ly, VolleyballgMarlys De Marais
and Jean Olson, Hiking, Joyce
Brose, Biking: Rosemary Harding
and Shirley Burk, Basketball,
Elvy Ed1n,Secretary,and Marilyn
Rieman,Tenn1s3 Joyce Kronstadt,
Diamondballg Patricia Griffin,
Swimming5Jeanette Lorentzen and
Donna Parsons, Skating.
G. A. A. Board. Pow One: M. De
Marais, J. Olson, J. Powers, P.
Griffin. Row Two: S. Goldstein,
E. Edin, J. Kronstedt, J. Lath-
rop. Row Three: R. Harding, S.
Burk,J.Lorentzen. Row Four: M.
Reiman, I. Chesebro, J. Barre,
Emblem Girls.Row One: M. Kowa-
lczyk, S.Burk, J. Kronste-dt, J.
Lorentze-n. Row Two: R.Ganlev,M.
DeMa1'ais, J.Olson, G.Condoluci.
N. Girls. Row One: L. Gostick,
M. De Marais, R.Ganley, E. Edin
Row Two: S. Burk, M. Kowalezyh,
M. Christensen, J. Lorentzen,
Row Three: L. Mound, J. Kron-
stedt, I. Chesebro.
NI like a speedy game in
which there are many players.
Speedball is just that,N says
Touch-football. Played with a
Speedball, it is very similar
to the game it replaced and a
Soccorball game. A slow person
had better stay entirely away
from Speedball. This game can
be playedeither indoors orout.
There are ten players on each
side. After the game has com-
menced, there is a heated game
to see which side can get the
ball between their respective
goal poles the greater number
of times. Hands are absolutely
Pictured in action
are, left to right:
M.Kowalezyh, C. Burk,
Sneedball. R N re
G.'3rey, lr me
D9hn.F4O'f,' Two V' T15 J
D.Rust.Row Three S
M. Kawalezyh Nan
felt, H. Ma c Row
Pau.: N. R16-mar
Carlson, C. Burk
Basketball. Row One:
C. Robin, P. Reeves,
Row Two: G, Grey, D.
Rust, J.Olson, E.Tro-
chmon. Row Three: S.
ers, S.Murtir.sor, E.
Dehn, V. Invie. Row
Pour: P. Nolden, P.
I.Lz1thIop. Row Five:
M.Kowc1lezvk, M. Bol-
stdd, N. Mhittclker.
Row Six: M.fJeMurdis,
F, Gonley, I. Krone-
"If one issespecially good
at guarding, and not at making
baskets or vice versa," says
be good basketball players."
Two teams, consisting of
six girls each, are formed. In
a game, two girls from each team
play in each division. At each
of the end divLsions,there are
two forwards and two guards.
Only forwards can attempt to
make baskets. The centers play
in the center section. A foul
is committed if a player steps
out of her section. This gives
the other side a free throw.
A basket gotten by afree throw
gives onepointga basket gotten
otherwise gives two.
Pictured at the toss
up ore two octivemem-
bers of G. A. A.---
Mory lone Kowolezvk
and Delores Rust.
Miss I-Iaveson is the dance
teacher at North. She teaches
not only Modern Dance but also
Ballroom Dance. There are be-
ginning andadvanced classesand
a class during thelunch period
for those who cannot get Ball-
room dance on their program.
Those who go to the Sunlites
usually take Ballroom Dance so
as to enable them to dance some
of the hewest steps.
Miss Haveson, known as HHQVYH,
Q good friend of everyone.
Some couples enjoying
after school in the
Modern Dance. Row
Cne: R. Bossis, M.
Two: M. Shinder,R.
Miss Haveson teaches Modern
Dance atNorth High School. She
teaches both beginning classes
and advance classes. Certain
girls are chosen for special
programs put on by the modern
dance classes. This year they
took part in the Spring Review
and the Operetta.
vitzl M. Shinder, C.
Sockter, D.KoQon, S.
Shqpiro, 5. Hollfin.
Row Two: P. Koontz,
land! V. Puusch, M.
D.Glu2er, S.Dolf, L.
Paulson. Pow Three:
S. Orluckl F. Brest,
Rosen, L, Powers! R.
Mitchlin. Row Tour:
B.Pi5k9J V,Bolin, A.
Nedler, J. Bromholl,
Miss Lang, new at North
High this year,teaches theTab-
le Tennis and Bowling classes.
There are three tables for the
table tennis game atwhich four
can play atone time. New balls
and pins were purchased this
year for bowling. Bowling is
also played after school.Those
that master these two games will
be glad they did when they leave
school. They will have a much
better chance to make a team
V'?i iREF5icR:.Nfi ?'i'G5k
Miss Lang. New to North this
year, but she is already a fav-
Pictured ot "batting
the egg" gre, left to
right: Gloria Condo-
luci, Eileen Rohling,
Mary Lou Kowolezyh,
cmd Carol Robin.
Skating. Row One: E.
Trockmun, G.GI9YJ E.
Liss P.Reeves, Row
Two S.Go1dstein, V.
NI think bowling is one
of the mostlqband coming games
in G. A. A.," :saidMary LouKow-
Bowling was just started
at thisschool this year and is
fast becoming one of the most
popular sports. At first there
were only rubberballs andpins,
but newequipment waspurchased.
Pictured showing off
their skill otknock-
ing down the-pins are
Morlys Delvloruis ond
Mary Lou Kowolezyh.
'There E nothing more in-
vigorating than the winter air
while skating,N says Lorraine
Everyone skating at North
Commons agrees with Lorraine.
A girl isstationed at the park
to take the names of the girls
participating. One must furn-
ish her own skates and skate
for an hour.
WI likevolleyball because
a large number ofgirls canplay
at one time,nreplied JoycePow-
In Volleyball the girls
form teams and challenge each
other. Everyone likes to play
it as the poor players get an
equal chance to participate.
Everyone has a chance to serve
as well as play theother posi-
nBadminton is a game that
can be enjoyed equally well by
experts andpoor players ifthey
Badminton is played after
school as well as in some of
the daily classes. First one
is taught thecorrect technique
of using the racket. Then the
players areteamed according to
their skill. The rest is up to
Badminton. Row One: V.Invie,
K.Gleason, G.Grev, E.Dehn, E.
Cahill, E.Liss.Row Two: R.Gun-
lev, J.Powers, E.Trockman, M.
Reeves, D.Rust.!Row Three: J.
Olson, C.Leader, S.Goldstein,
Volleyball. Pow One:
C. Robin, P. Reeves,
Row Two: G. Grev, D.
chman. Row Three: S.
ers, S.Martinsan, E.
Dehn, V. lnvie. Pow
Four: P. NoldenJ P.
J.Lathrap. Pow Five:
M.Lowolezvh, M. Bol-
stad, N. Whittaker.
Row Six: M.DeMoIais,
R. Ganlev, 5. Krone-
J.Lathrop. Row Four: M.K
lezvhl L.Nanfelt, H.Mason
Riemon, P.Carlson. Pow F
C.Burk, J.Barre, M. Webs
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est of ease...
l'All AN T R
1941 Polar grid-
Row One: D..Tohnson, E. Erickson, E.Y3rett, R.Amundsen, R. Rubenstein,
I.Bredesen, H.MoesCh1er, CnA1tmqnn, D.Co11ins. Row Two: P.Johnson,
R.Guzzo, W.Co11ier, M.Tobermcm, B.Spiess, A.Skreen, R.Mortinson, S.
Posenker. Row Three: K.C.Spuu1ding, D.Dachis, C.Kerner, J.SChe1ske,
R.Brooking, E.Homborg, M.Ree. Row Four: G.Rosenb1oom, U.SpewQk, I.
Skinner, J.Fischer, M.Nisker, L.Stuth, W.Kenith, G.Do11. Row Five:
C.3urterJ R.Cow1, S.HempleJ MnArduser,C.SestcottJ J.Swi11er, H. Ch-
erry, Row Six: D.Povick, R.Potvin, B.Johnsrud, T.Posnick, M. Ver-
5tOQ9Yl, B.I-Iendrickson, R.VG!'1 Drasek, W.Von Drosek, Row Seven: S.D.
Perrinl B.PipsenJB..Tohnson, S.B1ogrove, R..Tuster, D.Schoenecker, C.
air with the great-
Skinner finds a
hole and goes
ri gh t th rough .
at Hunk 6 "
Roosevel t' 27 "' O
Edison L3 " 6
Washburn Q2 ' 6
rsholl 7 " O
Led by Don Johnson,for-
mer all-city guard and this
year's all-city hal f-back, the
North men displayed fine cour-
age and spirit, but to no a-
vailg defeat overtook them.
Despite injury and lack of ex-
perience, our Polar-gridders
showed the drive and fight of
There's going to beplen-
ty of feuding now that Patrick
Henry has entered into the in-
ter-city high school league.
The Polars and the Pat Hanks
both inhabit the same stamping
grounds, both claiming the
North Side for themselves.
Not only that,a beautiful sil-
ver liberty bell is to go to
the victor of the annual clash.
Injuries were numerous,
Captain Ralph Guzzo and Gordie
Doll being some of the victims
but the boys kept fighting and
led by Johnson, Skinner, and
Fischer in the backfield,and
Spewak, Verstagen, and Frank
Johnson on the 1ine,the Pol-
ars did a commendable job.
Watch it go!
Look out ahead!
Contact! He's off!
Hit 'em low, now.
Row One: C.Kirkbride,A.Stone, Couch Burnett,
R. Johnson, B. Brown, M.Morlev. Row Two: J.
Linsk, E.Grzczvk, G.Nicholes, J.Fovorite, D.
Larsen, D.Renne. Row Three: C.Totton,B.Hom-
Row Four: T.Olson, D. Miller, J.Peterson, S.
Fronk,S.Meyers, F.Sou:y. Row Five: D.Davis,
son. Row Six: M.Pinney, N. Benon, J.Benson,
Row One: W. Seemonn, W. Martinez, B.Rozmon,
S. Meyerson, J. Marcenu. Row Two: T.Young,
D. Peters, H. Jonowitz, A. Levitt, K4Appe1-
bGUm- ROW Three: I.N9gilevskv, L. Dov, A.
Steigler, J. Frisch.
One of the features
as astimulus forkeeping
at North High contented
section of the Athletic
that seem to act
the new arrivals
is the sophomore
sports included are basketball,and foot-
ball,the former being coachedbyMr. Per-
rin and the latter by Louie Burnett.
The main purpose of
this sports pro-
gram is to provide ameans for theyounger
boys toparticipate inthe athletic activ-
ities and also toprepare theboys for the
athletic contest when theybecome juniors
The captain shows them how...
When it comes to the point that
medals and trophies no longer have any
significance to a team or its coach,it
can be taken forgranted that the afomy
said team is really good. This is the
sad case of Mr. Burnett and his appar-
atus team. In thetwo major city meets,
the team as a whole got a first in the
Y.M C.A. all-city meet,and a second in
a less important city contest. Not be-
ing satisfied with this meager accom-
plishment, the Polar Musclemen went on
to take the Northwest meet, thus com-
pleting a very successful season.
A new feature in the athle-
tic department isthe newly or-
ganized wrestling team witHUbmu
Kennedy its mentor. As yet the
wrestlers have not had time to
build up their reputation, but
once they getstarted,much will
be expected of them.
Row One: R, Taubert, F. Johnson
J.F1oo, H.Knduff-, J. Wieder..
hold, D. Ross. Row Two: M
Goltzman, R.Schmidt, E.Mott-
iod, D.SondblodeJK.Dovis, S
PottonJH.Goodmon. Row Three
R.Liss, D. Rixdquist, C.Hc1mil-
ton, J.PetersonJ R.?1'out, J
Oswald, Row Four: S.Dotseth
D. Sondbeck,M. Mosimonn, R. Lor-
sonl V.Morks, E.Roiaum.
J.Spewok. Row Two:D.Kroetin
Row Three: R.Bolnick,M.Burn
ett, R.Schwortz, B.Wdrwo, N
The Polar skaters were well re-
presented until midyear graduation.
The three remaining members arefrank
Johnson,Eph Lev1ne,and David Dachis.
Presenting the 1941 ski team,
second place winners in the state
ski tourney. The second place went
The Polar Mermen can be seen at
the left. Roger Aho isthe diver
in mid air.
to two teams:North and Patrick Hen-
ry, the latter hawing many former
Polarites on its team.
Row One: P.Cc1rlson,J'.O'B'rien,
H.Lorentzen. Pow Two: J'.Pet-
D.Berkenstei-n. Row Three: M.
Goldstein drives in...
Here are some typical action shots
that show the fine spiritandaction Norw
displayed atthe inter-city games. It was
this consistant fight anddrive that made
the Northmen the most popular team onthe
Hallman tries a free shot.
It was quite a shock to Polar cagers when mid-season graduation rolled
around., For although they lost hut one man, that man, Arnold Lehrman, was
so important acog in the North machinery that it took one full game for the
Jacobimen to get back to smooth working order and normalcy again. The
games preceding graduation were played in amediocre fashion with. the North-
men losing one and winning two. After a startling defeat by Poosevelt,
North hegan to play like an inspired team. Led by the sharp-eyed Goldstien,
and the hig "Dutch" Schoenecker, the Blue and White bucketeers rambled
through the remainder of' the schedule,bowing to none but the mighty Marshall,
league leader. The North boys are to be especially commended for their fine
spirit in the face of' very tough opposition. The boys had what it took,and
did a good job.
The Polars keep fighting it up.
Row Gne: E.IsooCs, W.Gotes, R. Heinonen, D.Froser, R.
Biorn, G.-Anderson, S.Go1ski. Row Two: Coach E. Brett,
C.Ande,rson, R.Moos, B.Swonson, W. Carlson, G.Dol1, L.
Holzinger. Pow Three: G.Brundon, A.Henning,J'.Vos1er,
R.Rothburn, G.Mortinson, B.Jell1son, L.Stuth.
sters carried th'
ion, winning fox
out of six game:
This was an amazir
feat for the bog
were playing as
Row One: Som Rockler, Paul Geske, Leonard Bolnick.
Row Two: Albert Roth, Loren Loth.
One ofthe newer
features at North is
bowling forboys. The
North boys seem to
be ndead eyesn with
the pins. There's
no stopping them.
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AURURA BGR iAl. II
9,5 , -
Stella Adams E.Crittenden
Agnes Glasoe M. Ru Gould
Gladys Hobbs C. K. Hor-sch
The termNEng1ish Departmentn,
hen applied to the twenty-one
,nglish teachers at N6rth High,
s inadequateg for though they
o teach our native tongJe,it is
nly one of the subjects that is
aught by them. There are the
adio workshop,the speech,drama,
nd debate classes, and also qu?
ial courses in business English
nd creative writing,
Each yeartheEnglish teachers
elect one oftheir number tolead
hem in planning the semester's
This year that chairman is
iss Bertha Thorpe.From kerroom,
19, Miss Thorpe coordinates the
ark of the various committees
nd represents the department in
ll outside affairs.
Our English department aims
at only to help us read, write,
1d speak correctly, but also to
Lve us a better appreciation of
nerican and English Literature.
lese ideals are faithfully pur-
xed during the three successive
ears of a high school sUudent's
Clara Nelson Alberta Noble
Freda Raich Velma Seder
Ruth Normann B. B. Pierce
Mazie Shannon G.G. Shephard
laura Sherman B. H. Thorpe
P. Farseth E. C. Hall
H. R. Konig M. Lundeen
Today we realize to a greater
extent justhow important inter-
national understanding is. To
promote concurrencein thought and
action it is essential to under-
stand the languages of our for-
eign neighbors.We in North High
School are given an excellent op-
portunity to do just that,forsix
languages are taught here.
We struggle through grammar
and vocabularies until we are
able to appreciate Victor Hugo's
vast picture of early nineteenth
century Franceg the poetry of
Goethe, Schiller, and Heinegthe
plays of Norway's Bjornsson and
Ibsengthe amusing Swedish story
of Nils and his Gooseg a year
with Caesar and dividing Gaul
into three partsgthe romance of
old Spain and new life in South
The Mathematics department
is adepartment ofheart breaks,
from the time youiind out that
Mr. Street's waveyhair doesnot
hang down into his eyes, and
that the answers inthe back of
the higher algebra books donot
help you any, until after you
have taken three years ofmath,
and Mr. Spaulding nonchalantly
proves that two and two do not
equal four. You usually feel
pretty good whenyou've figured
out what asublinear coordinate
is,but then the genius sitting
next to you shows up with anew
something equally gruesome.Yes,
my dear students,if you have a
weak heart,stay out ofthe math
Jose h Brom M. Z. Clarke
Myron Leslie H. CUMadigan,
M. R. Hart
H. B. Street
H- Austin L.H.Edquist Florence Felt
K..Friedman Mary Gould George Jensen
A. Lindman W. Mandeville Elsie Matson
Good citizenship and the spirit of
democracy are two qualities we all should
have in order to preserve our way oflife.
The most important task of the Social
Science department is to impart to us
these qualities. It is only natural that
the study of' the social sciences--world
and economics--is becoming more import-
ant,that four social science credits arw
now required for graduation.
Every month--every week--great chan-
ges are taking place in the world.With
a firm foundation of knowledge of his-
tory, good government, and modernprohn
lems we can do our bit to see thatthese
changes are for the better.
. Elaine Arnold
June Mc Laird M, C. Moses M. A. Olson
Esther Quello E.G.Robinson B.M,Mhittier
Lewis Burnett EsUwrHaveson
Many parents this past year have asked
their children who groped their way home to
cold suppers, 'Where have you been?W The
contented answer has been,WIn the gym,n the
girls playing anything from basketball to
ping-ponggthe boys earning letters by play-
ing football, basketball, baseball, etc.
J. B. Huston
Mo D. Putnam
P. An Davis Jane Drum
M.L,Krefting S. Perrin
J. H. Santee C. Smart,
Ann Viken Mary Walkup
WMeet me in the libraryn is a phrase
well-known to all students ofNorth High.
Yes, the library sees many hard-working
students during the course of the yearg
and, in addition teachers who are doing
reference workor ---- marking reportcards!
This yearthelibraryismore cheerful and
roomier due to the new location in 127.
One of themost diversified
and interestingcourses ofstudy
at North is thestudy of the
Biology, hotany, physics,
and chemistry--all afford the
student an excellent opportun-
ity to investigate the natural
phenomena which occur around
us in our daily lifew
North High Schoo1's science
department is among the finest
in the city. The physics de-
partment alonerepresents S9500
worth of equipment.
Mr. P.A. Davis,head of the
science department says,WTo be
Domestic science consists offoods,
sewing, and design. In sewing, girls HQB. Eayrs M. P. James
learn to make their own clothes and E. IE. Siehl A.E.Swenne5
find that it is cheaper to make than
to buy them, and that the workmanship
is better. In 'phe foods classes methods
of' preparing and serving food are taught.
The art of' furnishing and decorating
homes is the special province of design.
gl' A A6
H. L. Fetzer J. J. Jacobi
F. Rheinhart 0.A.Ringwa1t
Many types cf' shop work may be
found in the various shops of' the In-
dustrial department. This work is
designed to prepare boys for work as
mechanics, carpenters,and draftsmen.
Here they learn what makes the wheels
go roun' and roun',and the "why" and
"where" of' everything. .
O ' Q'
Ethelyn Bros Ikther Frazier Jane Thickins "'-s.
Yes. we call that art! By the timewe 1 4
E.ave finished one course in art wehave had Q
composition. design.and color so thoroughly '
drilled into us that we are quite sure to 0
know art when we see it. he art students ha
can tell you that surrealism and abstract-
ions are more than mere spots of paint and
the reason why. After the first year of
fundamental art we branch off into one of
the two departments, fine or commercial arts.
When we have completed one course in either
field, we have a good foundation for going
further into the art world.
Nervig H. W. Ranks
J. C. Cleary
H. T. Tenney
The band, under the able direction of Mr. J. Clive Cleary, provides
a stirring obligato during third hour classes each day. It also enter-
tains us at many assembles.
The calm and collected land very handsome,tooD young man you see
walking down the halls, is our orchestra conductor, Mr. A. N. Nervig,who
helps to give us such charming, lilting music.
Mr. Roy T.Tenney,our busy and enthusiastic friend,directs the chor-
us classes, the choir, and the North High Singers.
Every Thursday Mr. Ranks teaches harmony.
If ever there is a part of
North High that actually hums
with activity,it's the commer-
cial department. Experience,as
they say, is the best teacher,
and we commercial students get
as much aswe can takecare of--
taking dictation,typing letters
and learning all about office
machines. We try tomake every
minute count,so is it any won-
der that girls anfseen rushing
out of a typing room after the
last bell has rung,their books
and papers flying in all direc-
tions? Oh yes, we do have one
or two gentlemen in this crowd
hardy enough tobrave this sub-
ject that calls for speed, and
With all the friendly,cap-
able andunderstanding teachers
in this department,it certainly
is not their fault,if we don't
know everything about,a business
R.A.Crawford Mary Creglow
E. U. Kast Carl Larson
A.V.Lerschen Elva Nygaard
." Vifn s V
wf , ,fi 'f
H emnwa s 'f
5w. amen ,W-Q
11-1-1, 53,5 .,,.
M. 0. Larson
R. E. Sims
A. Anderson M.Anderson B, Birkman
A, Jennings M- Miller M.Woodyard
If as A
p Q ig ML' F.M.Martin
North's clerical stafflnayalso be
termed the Hbrain center,Nfor here at-
tendance records are daily compiled,
bulletins are issued, the movements of
2700 students are planned, their cred-
its are recorded, the school finances
are checked, outside business is han-
dled, and details of a dozen--perhaps
a hundred--small items arecared for.
This efficient group daily manages
the school affairs so well we are sel-
dom aware of their difficult job.
As we go to press, Miss Bullard, our nurse, is
seriously ill, we hope that she hasa speedy recov-
ery, During her absence, Mrs. Huotte has replaced
her, Mrs. Martin, our visiting teacher, helps the
studentsto straighten out their personal problems.
Miss Murphy, our vocational adviser, aids students
in financial and vocational problems.
of North High. Yes,too manytimes
when praise is ,given the school
the janitors areentirely forgot-
ten. They keep our building in
good condition, keep it clean,
and above all, keep it warm,
. Probably weall know Mr.Jos-
eph DeMarsh,the chief engineer,
but the others are not so well
Mr.DeMarsh has been atNorth
for 16 years,anC would not trade
his job for the world. Here's a
thing to rememberzabout the only
thing a janitor really hates is
on the floor.
Next time you hear aword of
praise for our schoo1,don't for-
get to put in agood word for our
.f 1 ., ,. My
4 gg rg'
yygg, me Q
HQ .fi if
, , ,. ,MW
C.Burmeister J. DeMarsh
H. C. Hoem H, 5, Kobs
E. Malnarik p,w,peterS
Percentage Sales Contest
ax ' 4 i
Y i -2 ,. Q
ALDEAN DAHL PATTY MCCORMICK
10B POLARIS MIIIIAL SALESMEI
Row One: M. Grossman, A. Lamperd, G. Gulfstr-
und. Row Two: Al Dahl, P. McCormack.
Percentage Sales Contest
c0NN1E EEUESKE JOYCE PETERSON
10 A POLARIS IINUM. SALESMEII
Row One: C. Brueske, I. Pos-senheim, P. Fuhr-
monn. Row Two: E.Dehn, H. Heck. Row Three:
M. Shannon, P. Mitchlin, J. Brown. Row Four:
J. Peterson, F. Zuckmon. Row Five: M. Roten-
berg, A. Joseph, I-I. Maiden.
Percentage Sales Contest
JEANNETTE LORENTZEN PATRICIA BREDESON
11 B l'0lllllS AIIIIM. SALESMEI
Row One: C. Tatton, L.O Brien, D.Prc1eser, M.
Skonseng, P. Bredesen, S. Davidson, E.Lozor,
z fn iii
Percentage Sales Contest
JEAN LATHROP MURIEL TOLLEFSON
IIA I'0I.lRlS AIIIIAI. SALESMEI
Row One: C. Ferragin, J. Hersch, S. Shinder,
J. Lathrop. Row Two: .T. Hanson, R. Nyquist,
E-I. Pedersen. Row Three: M. Berg, E.Epstein,
Percentage Sales Contest
mm GANLEY BETTY LOU ROEMER
12 B PDLARIS llllml. SMISMEI
Row Oneg M. Tollefson, R. Gonley, B. L. Roe-
mer, D. Mohler. Row Twog A. Cohen, K.Christ-
ie, L. Hoden, J. Oswald.
Character ---- ---- ------ 5 7
Special Interest ----- --76
Service ---- --'- --" "" 3 3
Language- ---- ---- "" " "
Music ---- ---- " "" ""' 9 2
Snapshots ----- -- "" ""'96
Kadimah,our Jewish girls organ-
ization, actively contributed to Red
Cross and the Jewish National fund
this year.They also provided Thanks-
giving baskets for needy families.
The c1ub's other activities included
a trip to the University Hospital,
a skirt and sweater dance,a formal,
and a sleigh ride.
Each year a pin is awarded to
the most outstanding member of the
club. This fall Beverly Seigle re-
ceived the pin.
Sara Zemach was president during
the fall term, and Rivoli StrauSS
held the office for the spring term.
Kodimoh. R.One: Y.Gensler, S.Zieve, M.Zieve, E.Fe1dmon,M.Weiss, E.Wi1ensky,L.Martin,
M.Rush, A.Kohn, P.Murgo1is, L.Rock1er. R.Two: R.Strc1uss,D.Bennett, M.Lc1bovitz,R.Ger-
shkow, S.G-utkin, D.Schwc1rtz, A.Marcus, A. Hardin, R.Gensle1', E. Serber, M.Suvoge. R
Three: J.Mc11insl:y, M.Rivkin, I.Be1'enson, H.Tupper, S.Eisenberg, D.Berdt, A.Cop1in, D
Kohn, J.Hersch, G.Goodmcm, S.Shc1piro. R.Four: N.Pinkus, R.HObQ1'I'I'lGl'1J G-.Rosenb1oom, F
Elkenboum, P.Fingerhunut, R.Gol1ob, R.Serber, E.F1iesher, D.G1c1zer, S.Mesbesher,J.C
Utter, R. Five: !I.Rc1pupo1't, D.Sanders, R.Friedmc1n, S.So1tzer,M. Schwartz, L.Greenberg
G-Podlchl E-Zee'fmf111- S-N00d91Mn- E-Swift. E.Ginsberg. asm: s.Hurwirz,M.weisS, s.
Zemoch, A.Gerimun, E.Simon, S.ZeI'merrin, C.E.rmonski, T.Guttmc1n, J'.Go1dgerb, E.B1c1nk,
R.Anse1. R. Seven: T.S1one, P.Furman, A. Dememcm, R. Bassis, M.Mersky, A.Teener, E.Ev..
idon, H.K1uqman, E.Coren, F.B1indmon,C.Gou1d. R.Eight:D.Kogan, G. Preemcm,S.Do1f, S.
Jemsky, L.Reich, M.Kotz, S.Brond, M.Kaufman,V.Mitche11, S.Steinmon, I-I.MqrcusJ R,Ni..
ney, D.So1doff, E.Kre1itz, B.Seqa1, E.Arno1d, A.Moreino.
' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Motto: Noblesse Oblige
Colors: White and Gold
WI pledge myself to uphold
The high purpose of this society
To which I have been elected.
Striving in every way,
By word and deed,
To make its ideals
Th id 1 f h 1
I A U T E R ...S Qfezysffeinx Sc 00
RECENTLY INDUCTED MEMBERS
Shirley Mae Lee
Amy Ann Butt
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George A. Larson
Eva Jean Pettes
N.H. S. R.One: M. Rachoc,
T.Montz,M. Wal ter,M. De-
dri ch,M. Gj envi ck, R. Two
M. Olady, V. Newstrom, A.
Bregel, I.Cor1son. R.
A. Bogucki, V. Winger,M.
Hauser. R. Four: D. Dewahl
Me rsky, M. Brown, V. Rou-
ach, M. Witte, I . Fri ssel,
Johnson, R. Bassi s, E.
Ferguson, S. Zimmerman, R
Moo rvi tz, J. Schein, R.
Si x:M. Sherman, F. Forcia
M. Bali ck, H. Shumcm, S.
Niefield, R.Mi11er. R.
Seven: R. Gunderson, F.
Stiegler, M.Mil1er, W.
N.I-I. S. R.One : J. Spewak,M.
G-c1llion,M. Rush, T. Gutman,
J. Nall i ck, R. Gen sl er, 111.
Two: D. Loth, L.Nel son,M.
Hoy, H. Devery, V. Caren, L .
Henderi ck son, A. Goodman,
R. Three: B. Johns rud, A.
Lehman, J'.Ki effer, E. Hay-
es, J.Lathrop, D. Berdt,A.
Sherman, A. Coplin, S. Zins-
berg,M.Perl, S. Berenson,
E.Moore, E. Wilmer, R. Shel,
K.. Elofros. R. Fi ve: D. Shel-
Guttman, W . Anderson,A.
Gustafson, M. Wilson, H.
Tupper, E. F1 i ttee, C.Kranz
Holcombe, R. Strauss. Et.
Seven: D. Jack, A. Williams,
L. Gorham, E. Afncld, A. Bre-
aow, I . Bo fferding, S. Zem-
The National Honor Society presented a "Big Br-
other andBig Sister" program forthe incoming soph-
omoreslastJanuary. This organization successfully
undertook many projects this past year. An effort
was made to improve the school's scholarship by en-
larging the tutoring clinic, compiling two honor
rolls:,and sending congratulating letters to the par-
ents and the publishing ofthe names of all students
who raised two or moremarks. They also made a chart
to show the scholarship starus of the home rooms.
327B was decorated and converted into aNationa1 Hon-
or Society room. During theday it was successfully
managed as a self-governing study hall. Monitors
were elected every six weeks by the students. They
were in full charge, since no teacher was present.
This was a big step toward student government in
M.Lofgren, M.Mohoffy, D
Peterson, C.Peterson, L.
holm.Row Four: P.Nelaon,
Blue TIi.Row One: L.Ley,
gren, P. Eisten, C.Sond-
stroma W.Gotes. Pow Two:
Stevens, S. Shapiro. Row
Three: F. Erickson, M.
Grothl L. Hartke, H.Fur-
fens, M. Christofferson,
Row Six: E. Bredesen, D.
HREAGIIIIG FGII TIIE BEST"
Blue Tri is the senior branch
of the Y.W.C.A. at North. The club
meets the first and third Tuesdays
of each month and at these meetings
there is usually a speaker. This
was a busy year for Blue Tri. They
had a 'County Fair' party athyman
Lodge, aChristmas party with Hy-Y
and Silver Tri, and the Priscilla
Prom,Nan all-city Girl Reserve in-
formal dance at the Radisson Hotel.
Two: F.Hoyt,E.Gieske, G.
Row Four: M.Christenson,
E.Ferguson, E.McCobe, J.
The profits of the latter went
to the NY' Refugee Fund in New York
City. In January, the Girl Reserves
held their annual Winter Ice Carni-
The officers for the fall term
were: June Ingalls,presidentg Doris
Nelson, treasurer: Mabeth Hollerud,
vice president. The officers forthe
identg Betty Lou Roemer, secretary:
Ruth Kosfield, treasurer: Lois Lar-
son, vice president. 70
Blue Tri.Row One: M.Ber-
er5on,M.Norman. Row Two:
land, T.Mantz, S.Larson,
Raw Three: M.Dietrich,V.
M.MaCht. Row Four: V.Bi-
orn, M.wa1ter, J.Schwap-
Row Five: D.Olson,J.Mar-
boe, G.Nelson, D.Mahler,
B.Roemer, L. Paulson, V.
rud, J.Ingal1s, M.Cu1dY,
A.Bogucki, M. wilson, H.
M.Gjenvick, M.Rachac, D.
Blue Tri.Row One:E.John-
son, E.Darson,V.Pond, B.
elberger, P. Neitzel.Row
Two: R. Runnerstrum, D.
Shelly, M. Gallion, E.
son, B.Edstrom, G.Condo-
der.Row Four: S.Kranz,C.
Schwebach, E.PisChky, G.
Pearson, L Powers. Row
son, J.Gifford. Row Six:
Hannon, H.Orrben, E.Lar-
"TD EXTEIII MID MAllTlll..."
The Hi-Y, North's organization
for building Christian youth, meets
weekly in separate chaptersfPr1mus,
Zenith, Forem, Acmy, Reps, Maximb.
Monthly they join in a school-wide
meeting, and three times ayear they
gather with Patrick Henry and Rob-
insdale.Thanksgiving andLenten ser-
vices and a Christmas party areheld
with the Girl Reserves.
The Hi-Y arrangesbasketballand
diamondball tournaments andthe mem-
bers assist inthe Y.M.C.A.'s finan-
cial campaign. Individually each
chapter conducts its own social fun-
The officers of the group are
Clayton Johnson, president not only
of North High's chapter,but also of
the City-wide chapter. Vice pres-
ident in the fall was halter Nyberg
and in the spring,Charles Peterson.
The Secretary-treasureris Owenl ike-
low. Each chapter has its ownpresi-
dent. Primus: Fall, Paul England,
Spring,Charles Petersongforemz Wal-
lace CarlsongZenith:Douglas Johnson
Acmy: Fall,Herbert Haasarud,Spring,
James Juntillag Reps: Earl Roisumg
Maxim: Richard Barnes.
Senescal le, P. Kane,
son.Row Two: D.Miller,
Johnson, J. Bredesen,
Moeschler, D. Miller,
Hy-Y.Row One: H.Wolfe,K
Aune, O.Dukelow, R.John
Miller.Row Three: R.Hun-
dert, E. Roisum, H.Hand-
berg, L. Belford, G.Pol-
lard, D. Rittenhouse, J.
Marceau, D. Cybyske. Row
Four: B.Brzenski, C.Gad-
bois, K. Cris-tie, H.Jun-
tilla.Row Five: D.Dress-
ler, R.Dols,C.Johnson, D.
wa, P.Barrett.Row Six: W.
din, A.Krieg. Row Seven:
R,Maas, W. Hansen, w.Ny-
berg, D. Rovick,J.Norman,
adviser, J. Thompson, C.
Hamilton, D. Floren, T. Jen-
nings, R. Johnson, D.-Au-
dette.Row Two: H.Orstad,
chie, J.Vosler, E.We1ch,
land, R.Reid,L.Stuth, H.
Rasmussen, G. Larson, J.
Skinner.Row Four: R.Ren-
W.Gilson, W.Norton, J.O'
er, Row Five: w.Pau1son,
M. Pinney, w. wilson, F-
Rathburn, T. Olson. Row
Six: J.Benson, A.I-iansonl
R.Kenning, R. Hauser, R-
Sandblade, R. Barnes
Silver Tri. Row One: J.
D.Koenig, L. Jensen. Row
Westerlund.Row Three: V.
Koorn, E.Lc1rson, D. Por-
sons, D.Leber, E.Hey,
Kost.Row Four: B.Bor'mun,
B. Blomgren, E. Joki, H.
Silver Tri. Row One: R.
Mendenhall, T.MGtSOI'l, C.
Honsrude, C. Koontz, A.
Carlson, A.Becker, V. Lo
Belle. Row Two: E.Klein,
S.Johnson, H. Meyers, J.
Row Three: E.Putnode, P.
Carlson, E. Trockmun, M.
Reeves, D. Purnick, E. Roun,
A.'Ahmonn. Row Four: E. Boe,
L.Mustonen, R.Koontz, D.
Row Five: J. Forstod, C.
Burk, M. Henning, A.Eck-
J.Borre, J.Toft, M.John-
son, B. Aubrecht, E.McKoy.
"READY FOR SERVICE"
This year Silver Tri hashad NCookie
Jar' meetings every other Tuesday. At
the meetingstheymade afriendship quilt.
Each girl embroidered hername on asquare
and the squares were then sewn together
and stuffed.At their Recognition Service
they had a nPot Luckn supper. They have
had many activities which included afbr-
mal dance,a rollerskating party,a weiner
roast,a toboggan party,and a joint Chri-
stmas party with Hi-Y and Blue Tri. The
officers for thefall term werezlrene Ol-
son, presidentg Shirley Lee, vice presi-
dent, Shirley Larson,secretarygBetty We-
sterlund, treasurer. The officers forthe
spring term were: Betty Westerlund,pres-
identg Marilyn Shannon, vice presidentg
Elaine Hay, treasurerg Patricia Hanson,
Menorah is the Jewish boys or-
ganization ofNorth. They havechar-
ge of theconcessions at thefootball
games. At their meetings they hold
discussions on current affairs and
are formulating plans for donating
books to the library inthe near fu-
ture. The officers forthe fallterm
were: President, SaulN1efie1dg Vice
tary, Arthur Shuldbergg Treasurer,
Jerry Nudell. The officers for the
NormanBearmen. Mr. Kopple Friedman
is the club advisor.
A.Shu1dberg, M.Klein, M.
S.Niefeld, V. Geretz, S.
R.Miller. Row Three: N.
S.Weinstein, Row Five:T.
ShfGQOWitZ, G.Gordon, L.
L. Majors, P.Compbell.
LQHQUMSJ A.Co1lier, M.
ree: J.Cdrter. R.Four:
The Pinnacle Society isthe most
recently organized group atNorth.It
was formed by agroup ofcolored stu-
dents uafurther the interests ofthe
Negro at North. The club will help
these students join into the extra
curricular activities and endeavor
to develop their talents.
The society is sponsored by the
is the adviser. The officers were:
vice presldentg Marvel Jones,secre-
taryg Gerald McGaugh,treasurerg and
Eddie Anderson, sergeant-at-arms.
Seton-Hy. Row One: Wi cks,
O'B1'ien, M. DeMc1rois, R.
ning, F.O1senJ J'.DeveIy,
M.Grovill, H. Devery, M.
Ness, D, Salisbury. Pow
Three: D. Wal ch, S. Sanders
fens, .T.O1son. Row Four:
A. DesinJM. Beneske, D.Les
Sd1'd.Row Five: J'.CebQll
os, E. Pischke, J.Flen
J.Lountzen. Pow Six: L.
Scone, D.Dw'yerJ M.Johnson A
F.LiemQndt, J. Stuth, C.
Seton H1 is sponsored by the
Seton Guild,a Catholic organization,
but it is open to all girls.The club
has had various speakers and atravel
movie at one of' its meetings. At
Christmas they celebrated with aparty
and had a sunlite fc r Valentine' s day.
'Ihe officers for the fall and
spring terms were:Donna Lessard,pr-
esidentg Dorothey Dwyer,Vice-presi-
dentg Florence Liemandt, secretaryg
Kay Hitchcock, treasurer.
The North High Girl Scout Troup
is the oldest troup in this city.
This February, Troup number 35 cele-
brated its Twenty-fifth Anniversary
by having a Silver tea. At their
meetings the girls learn metal and
leather handicraft, together with
needlework.The officers for the fall
term were:Mary Dietrich, Presidentg
Betty Wes terlund, Secretary- treasurer:
The officers forthe spring term were:
Janice Barre,Presidentg Gloria John-
Girl Scouts. Row One: M.
Row Two: A. Bogucki-, M.
Qlodyl M. Dietrich, Row
lund. Row Four: J.Borre,
Commercial. Row One:
Jensen, J. Carlson,
M. Brown, S. Common.
Two: M.Hey, D.Mi1ler,
Vetscher, L. Weisman,
mon, L.Steinberg, S.Zem-
I.Chuckey, M. Mersky, S.
Nothemson, R. Bossis, D
luster, G. Holcombe. Row
Five: M.Friedmon, E.Arn-
The Commercial Club has
just wound up another year of
activity bypresenting eachof
its graduating members arose
at a tea held inplace of the
last meeting.In thepastyear
their meetingsincluded talks
hy representatives ofvarious
business col1eges,and afield
trip to the Post Office, a
quiz program and an amusing
The club donated money tothe
Phyliss Wheatley fund. The fall
Officers were:Margaret Browm
vlce president3Kathleen Wiki
treasurer. The Spring offi-
cers were: Kathleen Wilder,
president, Beverley Roa,v1cf
cretaryg Gerraine Holcombe,
Woodhouse, L. Hartke, M.
Commercial. Row One: C.
Ermonski, R. Gensler, L
Berger, R.Serber, E.Ser-
ber, R. Sher, Y.Gensler,
Row Two: R. Friedman, E.
Row Three: S. Brand, M.
Katz, M. Koufmon, M.Sho-
piro, L.Truedson, M.Roa,
B. Runers. Row Four: C.
Katz, R.Weisberg, P.Fur-
mon, M.Ormon, M.Rush, S.
Dolf. Row Five: M.Hosel-
E.Schutz, M.Kuehn, M.Ra-
Choc, M. Quody. Row Six:
M.Lobovitz, B. Segal, M.
der, R.Strauss. 76
ated: E. Hoyes,A.Good-
mon, S. Zimmerman, A.
D.Jock missed the pic-
NGHJ M.Juster, E.Edin,G.
Koontz. Row Two: Zinberg
M,Sh9ImGH, J. Fredin, J.
Forcied, A. Stiegler, F.
"0llR AIALYZIIG M.GIlEMISTS" "DO YE EUEI 30"
The humor Academy ofSciencewas just
organized at North this year. It is the
junior branch ofthe nationally knownsen-
ior Academy of Science. The members, who
must maintain ahigh HBH average to heel-
igihle are biology, botany, physics, and
chemistry students interested inbroaden-
ing their scientific knowledge through ex-
tra curricular experiments. Each member
works on a project in which he is inter-
ested. All projects are of practical as
well as academic value.
The officers were: David Dewahl,
presidentg Sam Zinberg, vice president
Shirley Zimmerman,secretary5 and lormdne
In the fall of 1940, the Common
Ground Group was organized to establish
and topromote amore harmonious relation-
ship and a broader understanding among
all nationalities. They attended mass at
the Basilica of St. Mary, and services
at Beth El Synagogue.
The membersheld athanksgiving party
at the home of one of its members, and a
Christmas Chanukah at the Phi Epsilon Pi
house on the University Campus.
Miss Dorothie Fetcek ofthe Y.W.C.A.
is group adviser and Shirley Ann Zimmer-
man is the chairman.
Nature. Row One: P. Wal-
deen, D.Berdt, A.Tinde1',
E..Tohnson, E. Darson, L-
Brqnd, B. Bernstein. Row
I.Moy, Row Three: D.Kohn,
A.Bickford, C. Kranz. D-
bang, D,F1'Q39I'.ROW Four:
Barri. Row Five: K.DaViS
E,we1chJ V. Anderson, T.
Science. Row One:V. Rausch
M. Ebert, S. Shapiro, R,
Zi SVG. Row Two:I. Ffrisell,
A.Marcus, D, Klugmqnl .AI
Hardin, S. Zimmerman, M,
man, P.Lamb, S.Goldstein,
A.Gustofson, C.Gordon, S.
Kanter, D. Juster. Row Pour
B. Robinson, ,T.Pritchard,
J. Barre, E. Zeesman, S.Har-
Row Five: M. Miller, E.
Mark s, V.1Anderson, H, Schu-
man, W.I-Iorvereid, E. Block.
Row Six: W.Dahl,H.Lebox-L-
ske, H. Brenner,M. Becken-
stein, Z. Isreal, E. Buk-
"Ill IATIIIIE IS BIIT MIT" "WE'IlE III' AID ATOM"
All botany and biology st-udents are
eligible to join the Nature Club. The
club's purpose is to promote a better un-
derstanding and a keener interest in na-
ture. At their monthly meetings, outside
speakers presented lectures. The members
have a two-foldprogramembracing a study
Of both plant and animal life.
The officers for the fall term were:
Bernard Bernstein, president: Shi rly Shin-
der, vice president: Marilyn Witte, sec-
retary: Mar1onMacht, treasurer. The off-
icers forthe spring term were: Marilyn
Witte, president: Kent Davis, vice presi-
dent: Florence Johnson, secretary: Doris
The Science Club, by demonstrations
and speakers, has endeavored to create a
deeper interest in science among the stu-
dents. They make field trips to the .Ford
Plant, Dairy, Telephone Company,and Bro-
adcasting stations. Meetings areheld ev-
ery other Wednesday. Their adviser isllr.
Santee. The officers for the fall term
were: Zane Isrea1,presidentgIngr1d .Fris-
ell, vice president: Esther Zeesman,sec-
retary: Jerome Sche1n,Sarg.-at-arms. The
officers for the spring term were:San Ha-
rdin, president: Zane Isrea1,'v:I.,ce presi-
dent: Shirley Kanter, secretary: Jerome
Schein, Sarg.-at-arms. 78
Radio Club. Row One: B,
mondin, C. Smorgodvi scar,
The Radio Club hasbeen one of
the most active clubs ofthe school
this year. Its members have re-
built and modernized the school's
transmitter andhave pat up two new
antenna masts for better transmis-
sion and reception. Atthe meetings
the club has invited many speakers
who have given lectures and demon-
strated different phases of radio.
Also the club has gone on numerous
Gordon Nordstrom waspresident
for both terms-
Projection.Row One: Ser-
ber, L.Hc1olond, E.St1'im-
E.Tourvi1le. Row Two: B.
Noodleman, M.Goldmon, D.
Long, H.Sond1er, S.B1us-
W.Lc1wrence, RJ-Iennis, B.
Rotenberg, Row Pour:P.Bo-
linger, E. Block, D. Arnoldy
W.O1son,K. Dovis. Row Five
R. Pouch, S. Ro thmon, D. Jo-
is the Projection Club. Its activ-
tors, the public address systen,and
the classes that want them.The fall
officers were:Robert Nyquist,presi-
Paul Serber, secretary. The spring
officers are: Robert Nyqu1st,pres1-
dentg Donald Tang, vice presidentg
Paul Serber, secretary.
The Polar Palettes is a small
group of students interested in art
who meet every Thursday to develop
their ability and gain a knowledge
of the different types of art. At
their meetings the students did art
work, obtadned interesting outside
speakers, and held exhibits of the
various types of art.
To be a member of this group
one must be a past or present art
student. Last fall the members made
model houses which wereexhibited at
the M.E.A. convention in October.
ST0l', l00K, llll LISTEI!
The Auto Safety Club wasorgan-
ized this last term inorder to pro-
mote auto safety, and to teachhigh
school drivers thefundementals of
better driving. Movies and lectures
on automobile safety demonstrated
these points to the club. Demonst-
rations were also presented to ex-
plain the importance of having the
vehicle in perfect mechanical con-
The officers forthe term were:
Douglas Hainlin, President, William
Robin,SecretarygDoris Sanko andDon-
ald Burgess are co-treasurers. Jer-
ry Heltemes was responsible for the
Polar Polettes. Row One
K.Gleason, G.3akol, Mrs
Frazier, M.Fisher, M.St
John.Row Two: E.Pesin,A
Feener, R.Runnerstrom G
l'.Moy, D.Gold, C.Kranz, V
Biorn.Row Pour: D.Sarso
L.Swenson, D. Fraser, M
Comero Club. Row One: E.
Ll6IlJM.G1'Q'I9J E. Edin. Row
Two: 'A.Desm, V.Biorn, S.
Burmeister, L.Mound. Row
Three: P. Gordhomez, E.
Bros, S.Tyle1'. Row Four:
The Camera Club meets every
Wednesday. Each member is taught
how to develop, print, and enlarge
films. This last year they acquired
a new enlarger and cut film tank.
The officers forthis lastyear
were: Robert Nyquist, President,
Mound, Secretary: Elvy Edin,Treas-
Aviation. Row One:K.Mil-
ner, E. wi lmer, D. Stimmles.
Row Two: J'.Brien, R..Tohn-
"WE'IlE FLY'll HIGH"
and nails theAviation Club constr-
ucted a full size g1ider.They rai-
sed the month to buy the materials
for their flying machine andworked
after school on it two nights each
week. Later this year they hope to
launch their glider on her maiden
Officers for the year were:
Eugene Marks, president, and Danny
Stimler, vice president.
Stamp Club. Row One: D.
M.Noiditch. Row Two: D.
Row Three: E.Bukstein,I.
Levin, W. Robin, M.J'ocob-
Last fall a new club was formed
for those interested in philately,
the Stamp Club. The members met ev-
ery weekto discussand trade stamps.
During the courseof'the fall semes-
ter the members conducted a stamp
auction and sponsored stamp exhibi-
tions in the display ease. During
the spring semesterthe clubwas tem-
porarily disbanded because of the
small membersh1p5however,Mr. Freed-
man, the sponsor,hopesto reorganize
the club next semester. The offic-
ers were: Ralph Lessen, presidentg
Duane Foss, secretaryg and Stanley
Chess Club. Row One: P.
mon, D. BOStI'OmJC.DL1k9lOW.
Row Two: S. Miefield, M.
I.Schein, N.Beormcn. Row
Four: M.BQliCk, D. Dewoht,
The Chess Clubplays inthe Minn-
eapolis High School tournament.These
games are played at the Minneapolis
Chess-Checker Club every Sauudaydur-
ing the basketball season. Before
the tournament begins the team plays
several practice games with other
schools. The members compete with
each other at the regular meetings.
The officers this term are:Ra1ph Es-
tren,president: Irvin Go1dberg.vice
presidentg Max Guttman, secretary-
Lunch RoonxStaff.Row One:
Schendel, Y. Newman, D.
the group ofgirls whohave
mastered the fundamentals
of cookingin North'sregu-
lar S1 and S2 classes. In
ass the girlslearnhow to
and prepare food appetiz-
ingly. The students may
serve foodin thecafeteria
act as cashiers, prepare
and serve teas, and learn
the principals ofquantity
ssen is the instructor.
The Stage Crew under the
direction ofMr.Haro1d Gre-
gory executes all stage cr-
aft in connection with the
ation, class plays, Spring
programs.They put out ris-
ers for eventshere atNorth
and fix the Xmas trees in
the front hall. All in all
they are the HHandy Andysn
of North. Stanley Rlagrove
was the student manager.
Stage Crew. Row One: H.
Schneidman, J.Sharp. Row
P.Juetten. Row Three: M.
The Bank Cashiers havecertainly
done theirpart this year toincrease
the number of North's bankers. This
year Miss Clara Nelson's room con-
sistently held first honors. It not
only acquired aperfect banking rec-
ord eight times but also maintained
an average well over ninety per cent.
In fact because this room was a se-
lect group Qthe Polarisweekly Staff!
it was finally barredfrom receiving
the banner, so that the rest of the
rooms might discover how thepennant
looked. The home rooms ofM1ss Kref-
ting, Mr. Jensen, Miss Robinson,Mr.
Priedman,and Miss Sims' also upheld
their banking averages for dear old
"I PEIIY SlWEIl.."
Bank CQshiers.Row One:S.
C.Bul1os, F.Blindmon, S.
stien. Row Three:S.Shin-
der, I.Chickee, K.Swoth,
Row Four: J. Chutter, E.
Savitt, R. Mikolajik, R
L.Sobin.Row Five: B.Dix-
on, R.Jensen, S.Do1e, V.
Caron, L.Hendrickson, L.
Miller. Row Six: L.Must-
onen, M.Per1, B.Stein,E.
Bunk Coshiers:Row One:R
Bessie, F.Bott, E.Simon
K.Goodmcn, H. Nisker, R
Mi1ler.Row Two: E.Ree,P
V. Jensen, P. Hansen, D
Mohler, C. Monsur, B.Bo-
H.Cohen, J. Goldberg, E
Lorzor, P.Furmon, I.Pur-
re, E.Shrogowitz, P.Do1-
inger.Row Six: D.Phenow
Student Council.Row One:
vall, EJ-Iayes. Row Two: A.
Feener, P.Walzer, S.Riv-
Row Three: D.Bennett, J.
Row Four: L. Goiham, M.
V.Geretz. Row Five: B.
Pf95C0ttJ B. JOhnSOh, E.
Beir, R.Kohler, C.Ander-
The Student Council has
long stridestoward studentself-gov-
ernment at North. The Council,
posed of a representative from
of North's seventy-five homerooms,
is the student body's voice in the
administration. This organization
gives studentspractice indemocracy.
The Council initiated a new
system of parking for the students.
The new plan did much to alleviate
the traffic conditions before and af-
ter school. Under this system each
driver secured aparkingpermitwhich
was signed bythe school authorities
and the resident in
house the student
All cars were to be
two blocks from the
front of whose
wished to park.
parked at least
Student Council Row One:
M.Flynn. Pow Two: L.La
E.Arnold, A. Hardin. Row
F.Neumonn. Row Four: R
Six: J.Vo1er, P.Eng1and,
Dahl. Row Five:
Together with the Honor Socie-
ty, the Council launched a clean-up
campaign. The project wassuccessful
as there was a marked degree of im-
provement about the halls and inthe
class rooms. The Council also spon-
sored a courtesy campaign. Posters
were placed on the bulletin boards
in the halls topromote these ideas.
The officers for the fall term
were: John Watten, presidentg Brian
Cleworth, vice president: Lois Lar-
son, secretary and Lorraine Gorham,
treasurer. Larry Gruman was elected
sergeant-at-arms but he was out of
school for the duration ofthe term.
Robert Maas, president, Brian Cle-
worth, vice president: Marion Roa,
secretaryg Adell Harding, treasurer
and Paul England, sergeant-at-arms.
"IT'S 0FF T0 PRESS!"
D0 you think you'll make the dead-
line? How many pages left to paste? 15-
n t that article typed yet? These wguld
have been some of the oyertones detect-
able had you been the proverbial little
mouse in the Polaris Annual room this
We hope that the astronmical theme
and the colorful middle section of the
book will addto yourenjoyment inthe mm-
Gerraine Holcombe was Editor-in-
Chief and Robert Kenning was business
manager. The editors of the other sec-
tions were: Vivian Newstrom, Bessie Cen-
ter, Evelyn Flitte, Lorraine Hendrickson,
Rae Molde, Sam Davis, Ruth Johnson, and
Annuol 3ioff.R.One: S.Do-
vis, E.Flitte, B. Center,
D, Sgnkoj G. Holcombe, M.
Gollion, R. KenninQJ M155
ond C, Carlson joined the
stuff inthe spring semes-
Annual Art Staff. J.Carl--
son, D.Sanko, M.1'hickins,
The art staff started its workon th-
is annual way back in September. They wo-
rkedemmlay outs and plans which were sub-
mitted to the Annual Staff for approval.
The North Star Theme was developed thru
block prints and ink drawing.
The staff isunder thesupervision of
Miss JaneThickens. The art editor is Do-
ris Sanko. The rest of the staff include
June Carlson ,Carol Simpson, Virginia Bi-
orn, Arlon Craig, Wilma Puller, and Burt-
on Charles. Others from the fine arts S5
and S6 classes helped also when it was
. ,i:f:3.:z :j:5 I A
buum, S.Peorlove, K.Elo--
fros.Row Two: M.Guttmon-
V.Geretz, S.Niefe1d. Row
M.Coulton. Row Four: D.
Dewohl, S.HoIdin, A.Mi1u
stein, D. Johnston. Row
D.Foss,E.Block. Row Six:
"...llD Il 00lCiLllSIDl"
Pictured above is the North High
School Debate squadof'the1941 spring term
Members ofthe squad were selected to par-
ticipate in a debate weld in the school
auditorium on January 31, debate tourne-
ment sponsored by Gustavus Adolphus Col-
lege in St. Peter on February 7and8,and
in the city wide debate finals at West
High School during theweek beginninglbb-
sten and Mr. Kopple Friedman.
IDT A DEIDLIIE MISSED
The Polaris is the only high school
paper in the country which is edited,
printed, andmade upby thesame staff. It
is the only high school paper in the Nor-
thwest printed by the off set process of
It is ten pages full ofschool news.
It has a comic strip andcartoons by able
artists, two sportpages with lotsof pic-
tures, andspecial features byNorth News-
Angeline Bogucki waseditor-in-chief
for the fall term and Harry Schuman for
the spring term. Miss Clara Nelson was
i: f'i'YiQS1?Qlif?iT3?ZWl59,iT ' -
Pol. Weekly Stoff.Row One:
M. Mohoffv, P. Woldeen, D
Row Two: S.P1c1tniCk,R.Jus-
ter, E. Wiomer, P. Fisher,
Row Three: R.Mio1er,E.Nel-
son, B.Go1dstein, G. Whit-
field,H.Schumon. Row four
B. Rotenberg, .T.DoY,, L..Lif-
son, Z.Isrec1l, M.Bc1liCk,M.
Pol.Weekly Solesmen. Row
One: S.Lorson, I.Cotlin,
er. Row Two:R.Murtinson,
Three: D. Lindstrom, S.
D. Mohler, E. Epstein,S.
"0lIIl 100 I'EIlGEITERS"
The Polaris Weekly Salesmenchd
an excellent job of paper selling
this last year. The salesmen whohad
sold a Polaris to every member in
their homeroom received aone dollar
bill asan award fortheir good work.
The following people received thea-
wards for both terms:Betty Reiners,
Marvin Verstagin, Clayton Johnson,
Jean Flanders, Donna Offerman, Mur-
These received the award for
the fall term: Eddie Kantor, Ervin
Pol. Weekly Solesmen. Row
One: C.Boreske, H.Mevers,
H.Gregg, J.Olson, R.Fuhr-
Row Three: S.Duvidson, C.
J.Flonders, B.Reiners, M.
Barre. Row Five: D.Bloom,
Mattison, Esler Frier, Jean Olson,
Ruth Martinson, Eileen Weston, Hel-
en Stenborg, Ruth Koontz,Elsie Mat-
son, Thomas Jennings,Adora Nordlan-
der. These received the award for
the spring term: Bernice Palmquist,
Richard Hein, Carol Anderson, Shir-
ley Heidelberg, Helen Peterson,Isa-
dora Wittels, Marjorie Hey, Betty
Lou Roemer, Shirley Saroon, Dorothy
Schwartz, Shirlee Gutkin,John Bahn-
emann, Francis Fingerhut,Helen Ped-
erson, and Helen Burnstein.
HSPREGIIEI SIE DEllTSGII?"
The North High German Club, or
"Deutscher Verein", presents inter-
esting programs monthly, which help
its members practice hearing andsp-
eaking German. Highlights of the
German Cluh'sactivities include the
Annual Declamatory Contest and ed-
iting of the German paper, HUnter
Unsu, each term. X
The officers forthis yearwere:
Anita Bredow,president5Robert Bris,
vice president, Aloysious Vetcher,
sergeant at arms, the secretary for
the fall was Virginia Winger, and
for the spring, Phyllis Eisten.
Carman Club. Row One: H
Dixon, C Vetscher,L.S1b-
1D E O'Br1en,M.Gjenvi:k,
E Hayes Row Two: M.Ness,
E Polker,M Hey,P.Eisten,
A Vetcher Row Three: M.
Elofros, Ebert.Row Four:
E Lorson,I Ruths,V.wi1g-
R Harding, A.Bred9w.
Row Five H Vikin,R.Brlx,
E Welch, V Anderson.
In the fall term, the Latin
Club made astudy of the Roman
schools and homes. They began
the spring term with talks and
colored slides onCaesar's ex-
peditions in Gaul.
The officers forthe fall
term were: Ruth Koontz, pres-
identg Keller Nyquist, vice
presidentg and Grace Larsen,
cers for thespring term were:
Ruth Koontz,presidentg BenBr-
zenski, vice presidentg and
Lorraine Mustenin, secretary-
M. Poulzine,J.Devery, J.
Goodman, M. Gollion, D.
Thole. Row Two: M.McCoy,
Row Three: L.Mustonen,R.
Krantz, A. Gurbon, A.Bo-
Row Four: C. Krontz, H.
on,C.Koontz.Row Five: K.
Nyquist, M.Chelstrom, M.
UNE Ll FRINGE
The French Club livened theinterest
of its members andenlarged itsattendance
by conducting amembership contest. Fran-
cis Lowe and Bert Schwartz were elected
captains of'this enterprize.At their meet-
ings they discussed French holidays and
sang and played French songs and games.
The officers forthe fall term were:
Delores Berdt,president5Marquerite Rash,
vice presidentgwaraaret Marcelle, secre-
tary-treasurer.Thespring officers were:
Verna Caron, president: Riva Kinitz,vice
"MlEI.llTE SIIMPRE AIIELAITF'
La Tertulla is North's Spanish Club.
Its motto means n0nward, always onward.U
The meetings areheld the last Tuesday of
every month. At these meetings theyhave
Spanish plays and games. Miss Apel isthe
club adviser. The officers for the fall
term were: Helen Stenborg,presidentgCar-
ol Sanderson, vice president3Mary Qmlum
secretary, Charles Hamilton, treasurer.
The officers forthe spring termwere: Ja-
mes Kissell, presidentg Joyce Brose,vice
president, Jean Johnson, secretary, Ruth
French Club. Row One: D.
Shelly, D. Berdt, R. Serber,
S.Goldman, D.Nelson. Row
son, D. Parsons, D. Juster,
A. Bogucki, S. Zemach. Row
is, I.Chuchu, M. Rush, F.
Engli sh. Row Pour: E. Ferg-
uson, H.Stenberg, R.Sie-
bentri tt, I. Furman, D. Ben-
nett, V.Caron. Row Five:
H. Freed, S. Larsen, F.Lowe,
Spanish. Row One: A.Wa1'-
co, L.Rockler, H.Tupper,
S.Gleason.Row Two: D.An-
drus, D. Walch, P. Bredesen,
J,,Johnson. Row Three: E.
Feinberg, S.Adler, J.Ce-
ballos, S.I-Iall, E.Dixon,
C, Sandstrom, Runners trom,
Row Four: J.Peterson, E.
man, L.Rei fel, C.Gordon,
Goldstein. Row Six: B.
C.Ha.m:nila, J. Kissell,B.
I "I - "Sli
Swedish. Row One: M.Bo-
dell, E. Willey, R.StQt
tine.Row Two: K.Johnson,
Row Three: E.Sonford, J.
Sutherland, A. Reid! I.
un mn un BEST
The Iduna Club meets to provide a
background for the study of the Swedish
language. This term scrapbooks were made
which containedinteresting facts andcus-
toms of the various parts of Sweden. The
fall officers were:Ingrid Frise11,presi-
dentgJeanette Schwappach,vice presidentg
Alpha Gustafson,SceretarygMar1on Bodell,
Norse.Row One: L.Sey, B.
N.Johnson,Row Two: E.Op-
dal, M.Fiske, E. Boe, G.
ghnessy, D. Fredrickson.
Row Four: J. Fidling, E.
Evenson, E.Fingle, G.Ol-
Row Five:N.Thingvold, K.
Broin, A.O1son, T.O1son,
"FIlIllE'I', SAIIIIET, 06 KJlElll.IGIlE'I"'
All studentswho have takenNorse are
eligible for membershipjxxtheVikingclub.
The purpose of this club is to study the
music, literature, and arts of Norway.
The club has been very fortunate in
gettingoutsidespeakers. This year Bjorn
Fjelle, and Stephania Bjornason,who came
from Norwayandlceland respective1y,were
two ofthe many interesting outside spea-
kers. Social meetings at the homes of mem-
bers of the club are also part of activ-
ties. The presidentfbr the fall termwas
Evelyn Flittee, and for the spring term
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l0IlTII'S CLAIM T0 FAME
North's Band is making rapid strides towards
the high standards Mr. Cleary has set for them. 'Ev-
eryone is confident that with continued hard work
the unbroken string ofmusical victories ofthe last
three years will be continued. In addition toplay-
ing for athletic programs the Band was the official
representative for the City of Minneapolis in the
St. Paul Winter Carnival.
The Band may participate in the Paul Bunyan
Carnival at Bemiji later in the year. They alsoplan
to enter the National Music Contest in St. Paul
The organization's popularity, both as a con-
cert 'rnand and marching unit,has been increasing to
such an extent that its services have been in great-
er demand than ever before by various civic commit-
tees and organizations.
An important addition to the band has been navy
blue nackinaws with white trim. This makes the North
High Band the most uniformly dressed band in the
"SIIG AID llEJOIGE"
This year the North High Choir presented
a delightful operetta entitled, nRio Rita.N
The play, a romance of a Texas Ranger and a
beautiful Mexican gir1,was the first operetta
in which the choir hasever appeared as aunit.
Alberta Geedman in the title role and Howard
Viken portraying Jim sang the leading parts.
In the supporting cast were Irving Fink as
Chick, Joy Ann Gifford as Carmen,Donald Telz-
man as General Estaban, and Hymie Sandler as
Ed Lovett. Rita Fuhrman, Kenneth Johnson,
Richard Dols, Tom Olson, Alyce Hartlage, and
Manuel Martinez also had parts inthe product-
ion, Aside from producing the operetta, the
choir sang formany ofour own auditoriums pro-
grams,including theNaticnal Honor Society in-
duction. They occasionally filled outside en-
gagements also. A spring festival which in-
cluded the choir, together with the band and
orchestra, was one of the spring activities.
The choir concluded their year of activity by
singing at the Baccalaureate Services.
Choir. Row One:J.Anderson
E.Budish, D. Parsons, B.
tmdn, F.Brost, I.Wholen,
M.Flvnn, A.Norlonder, B.
Erickson, F.Poss, M.5ch-
Meinke. Row Two: DJ-Koenig,
Goldberg, B.Giese, E.Mol-
londson, I. Kelley. Pow
S.Joh:1son, A.Goodmdn, L.
Dahl, W.Fuller, E.Ld1sen,
L.!-Iennon, M.Witte, B.Au-
brech I, E.McKdy,L.He15d0n
chell. Row Four: H.Eng-
Strom, B.Bortho1omew, F.
Johnson, E. Wylo, E.Hc1mberg
son, P.Geske, I-I.Viden, R.
mon, I-i.Broe'somle, B.C1e-
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MRS AID SATELLITIES --
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JUNE CLASS OFFICERS. left to
right: Russell Solsvig,sarg-
at-armsg Lois Larson, secr'y5
Robert A.Johnson, vi ce-pres.3
George Larson,pres.g Douglas
Loth, mascotgl-larriet Orrben,
A SENIOR COMMITTEE CHAIRVIEN.
Row one: K.E1C1fT0S.n N-Eatom
E.Arno1d. Row two: A.Good-
man, H.DeMann, M.Ga11ion, D.
Sanko, E.O1son, Row Three: J.
Lathrop, M.Witte, E.Flittie.
Row Pour: R. G1-undstrom, L.
Fisher, M.C-Iuttman. Row Five:
son. Row six: R. Miller, M.
A SENIOR R1-'JPRESENTATIVES.Row
OneL M.Mahaffy,J'.Na11ick, I.
Whalen, D. Sanko,L.Gusland,J'.
Cox, V. Bovee. Row Two: R.
M. Houser, G.No rdstrom, R. John-
son, R. Reid, S.Berenson.
V. A. Marti
Dean of Girls
G. G. Shephard
A. B. Schultz
Dean of Boys
J. J. Brom
M. Z. Clarke
M E Creg ow
B. B. Pierce
E. C. Quello
F. A. Felt f
J. J. Jacobi
M. Nelson M- C- MOSS
M. A. Olson
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IPRING AND IUMMSR
ROBERT ANDREW JOHNSON VERNA QAHON
Has straight UAH average
Donna Mae Jack
Lyle D. Johnson
John Watten David Dewahl Robert A. Johnson Elsie Hayes Arnold Lehrman Ruth Sher
NORTH AMERICAN BANK PRIZE .... . JOHN WATTEN
MINNEAPOLIS STAR JOURNAL AWARD ..... DAVID A. DEWAHL
AMERICAN LEGION AWARD ..... ROBERT A. JOHNSON, Our Valedictorian
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY AWARD ..... ELSIE R. HAYES
MERCURY MEDAL ..... ARNOLD LEHRMAN
MINNEAPOLIS BUSINESS COLLEGE AWARD ..... RUTH M. SHER
COMMERCIAL CLUB AWARD ..... GERRAINE M. HOLCOMBE
NORSE CLUB AWARD .. .. NORMAN THINGVOLD
POLARIS AWARDS .. .. HARRY C. SCHUMAN
MILDRED L. MAHAFFY
ROSE REES AWARD .... . MARTIN PERL
HOPE MCDONALD AWARD ..... ELAINE ARNOLD
SCIENCE AWARD .. .. SAM ZINBERG
Gerraine Holcombe Norman Thingvold Hschuman Mildred Mahaffy Man,in Perl Elaine Arnold
I KALMAN ABRAMS..a likeable fellow--lots of
fun..menorahg chess cl. I MEYER ACKERMAN..the
athletic type. I ROGER AHO..hands thatcreate
..nat. hon. society.
I MILDRED ALFREDSON..M1l1ybeautifiesbulletin
boards..art clg coml.c1. I MARILYN ALMQUIST..
pep clg comm. cl. I AUDREY ANDERSON..qu1et,
but oh, so nice.
I DALE ANDERSON..handy Andy. I ELEANOR ANDER-
SON..I'm the type to type..g1ee clg choir. I
GORDON ANDERSON..my field is commerce..orchg
I HARRY ANDERSON..the saga.ofthe 'Silver Kid'
..orchgband. I LORAYNE ANDERSON..how she sews
..b1ue tri. I LORRAINE ANDERSON..red is her
co1or..b1ue trig ger.c1ub5 jr. acad. science,
I PHYLLIS ANDERSON..short but sweet..g.a.a.
I RAY ANDERSON..a regular ray of sunshine. I
RUTH ANSEL..sma11 and qu1et..kadilah.
I MARION ARMSTRONG..better tobe little and
shine. I ELAINE ARNOLD..w1t,,andw1sdom com-
bined..kad1mahg comm. clg stud. coun. I DON-
ALD ARNOLDY..North needs more like him.
I JAMES ASCHER..J1l hasn't dec1ded..rad1o cl.
I DAVID AUDETTE..sa1esman at present.
I CORINNE AUNE..gayety andfriendship combin-
ad..b1ue trig student council. I HELEN AUNE..
luiet and helpfu1..vik1ng club.
' MARTIN BALICK. . "Mac" lsn' t Scotch. . scienceg
Iol. wk.g sen. ch.5 nat. hon. soc.g chess cl.
I VIRGINIA BANIK..titanic Banik..orchg band.
P EILEEN BARNES..si1enceismoreeloquentthan
I EDWARD BARON..he doesn't say much,but we're
glad. he's with us. I BETTY BARTA..her very
guietness attracts..si1.tri5b1ue tri. I IRENE
3ASHFORD..Irene and Adrian..pep club.
I ROSALYN BASSIS..poisedandwell-groomed..ka-
limahg fr.c15 conm.c1g to1.c1g nat.hon.soc. I
IORMAN BEARMAN..I want to be conv1nced..meno-
rahgchess cl. I LLOYD BELFORD..rub-a-dub dub-
Jy--his nick-name is Tubby..h1-y.
I MARJORIE BENECKE..nice to know..b1ue trig
:eton hygs11.tr15 g.a.a. I SHELDON BERENSON..
111 great men are dead, I don't feel so well
myse1f..nat.hon.socg sen. ch. I ARTHUR BERG..
'how was I to know?'
I EDNA BERGER..sma1l, but how dear to us..
comm.cl. I MARY BERGEVlN..one of those girls
no one knows anything mean about..b1ue trig
choir. I ELWOOD BIEGERT..a mancmfmodest grace
I VIRGINIA BI0RN..herpersonal1tycheers..art5
colm. clubg blue trig cam.clg ann. art staff.
I JEAN BLACK..at first we think she's rather
quiet,but later on she's quite a riotn ISTAN-
LEY BLAGROVE..a man of uction..mgr.stg. crewg
footballg basketballg hockey.
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I MARCELLA BLANDENIER..high school days have
their delights, but they can't compare with
high school nights. I ESTHER BLANK..what's in
a name?..kadimah3 fr.c1.
I EUGENE BLO0MGREN..he pleases everyone. O
MARILYN BLOOMQUIST..quiet and thoughtful..comm.
Cl- l IRENE BOFFERDING..nothing is impossible
U JOHN BOHNEMANN..he says little, but that's
no sign he's not thinking..cam.clg senior chg
glee cl. I JEANNE BOLIN..make hay while the
sun sh1nes..b1ue tril ILEONARD BOLNICK..I can
do everything but behave.
0 EDNA BOLTE..modesty andsweetness are assets
..si1.trig comm. cl. l VIRGINIA BOVEE..sweet
and charming tho her features be,she wins her
friends by personal1ty..b1ue tri3s11.tr1g fr.
cl. 0 BERNICE BRAGG..there's a sunny side to
U JEWELL BRAMHALL..give her a chance and she
will do it we11..b1ue tri. 0 SADIE BRAND..she
trips the light fantast1c..comm. clg kadimah.
0 JANE BRANDENBORG..the way to have a friend
is to be one.
l LA.VETABRECHT..Sauk Center's loss--our gun.
I EDLY BREDESEN..ta11 ofstature, full of pepg
out in front,r1ght in step..b1ue tri. O ANITA
BREDOW..she's amodel fortrue friendship..ger.
I EDWIN BRENNA..oh! For a pair of wings. l
MORTON BRILL..dot dot--dash dash..nat. cl. I
ELLEN BROSELLE..1n herown quiet way..g1ee clg
pep clg stud. council.
I FAITH BROST..faith,hope,and charity..choir5
band. I ELEANOR BUDISH..sports fan deluxe..
si1.tril lat. clg choir. I LOIS BUEN..dancing
the whole night through..gir1 scouts.
I FLORENCE BUHROW..always willing,alwayshelp-
ful..sil. trig choir. I AMY ANN BUTT..indi-
vidual..blue trig pol. wk. salesg stud. coung
bank cashgto1.cl. o CAHOLE cARLsoN..she gath-
ers'the fruits of fr1endship..si1. trig blue
trig comm. cl. pol. ann. staffg sen. ch.
I CHARLOTTE CARLSON..rhythm in her toes..blue
trig span.cl. l MARIAN CARLSON..qu1et, indus-
trious, and well liked. I WALLACE CARLSON..a
likeable lad with a likeable way..hi-yg elec.
crew mgrg hockeyg track.
I VERNA CARON..as a student you shine, as a
friend you're fine..fr. cl, presg science clg
nat. hon. socg stud. mgr. banking. I SYLVIA
CATCHER..she's small and so qu1et..nat. clg
g.a.a. I JULIA CEBALLOS..danc1n2 and sinzinz
make the girl..seton hyg glee cl. span. cl.
I BESSIE CENTER..abil1ty plus character plus
bra1ns..science clglatin clg jr.acad.scg nat.
hon. socg bandg ann. staff. I BURTON CHARLES
..art brightens up my days. I NORMAN CHAZIN..
sports are the spice of life..sw1mming5 golf.
1 PERCY CHESIN..books and clubs provide true
amusement. I ROSE ANN CHOWEN..cooking helps to
win a man..band. I MARILYN CHRISTENSON..clubs
enliven school life..germ. clg sil.trig latin
clg blue trig comm. clg stud.coun3 NN' girl.
I MYRON CHRISTIANSEN..1ikeable and ready for
fun..choir3sw1mming5 tennis. I KENNETH CHRIS-
TIE..easy come and easy go..hi-y. I MARJORIE
CHRISTOFFERSEN..a friend is made by writing
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I CAROLINE CLEMENS..roll thru 1ife..comm.cl
rollerskating. I ALVIN COHEN..something so
lid..bandg golf. I GLORIA CONDULUCI..pretq
curly locks..blue trig orchg g.a.a.
I MILDRED COOK..courteous to all, unfriendly
to none..comm. clg g.a.a. I SHIRLEY CORROW..
sincere,pleasant,and courteous. I VERNON COR-
ROW..his ways are quiet, but silence is elo-
I LILLIAN COTHRELL..I'm glad that I'm nobody
else, because it's such fun to be me..fr.c13
debate. 0 MARY COULTON..a pleasing girl with
pleasing mannex-s..span.cl. IJANE COX-2-Hn air
of good humor surrounds her.
I VIOLETTA DASCENZA..a quiet littlemisscall-
ed'Vio.H I SAM DAVIS..a1l the world's a stage
on which toact my comedy..po1.ann.boys' sport
ed- I JOHN DAY..1aw by nDayW..Po1.wk. salesg
nat. clg stud. coun.
I HELEN DE MANN..the ladycnfthe lunchroom..
germ. clg oratorio. I DAVID DE WAHL..what's
worth trying isworth accomp1ish1ng..nat. hon.
socg chess clg jr. acad. scienceg stud. coun.
I EVELYN DIXON..athletic and peppy with a
peck of good nature thrown in..span. clg bank
cashg glee cl.
I SYLVIA DUDlCK..a great mind is greater than
a crown..nat.clg comm.clg g.a.a. I OWEN DUKE-
LOW..a great littleman.1she..hi-ygscience clg
stud.coung chess clgdebateg track mgr. I GLO-
RIA DUNKLEY..she will yodel her way to fame..
span. clg comm cl.
I DOROTHY DWYER..here's apleasing companion..
seton hi. I NORMA EATON..rhythm in her fingel
tips..sil. trig stud. coung glee cl.
Puzzle--find the girls
l ELVY EDIN..si1ent and sure sherests secure
..cam. clg comm. clg jr.acad3 scienceg g.a.a.
I BERNICE EDSTROM..p1easant isshe andfull of
1ndustry..germ.c1g comm.c1g blue tri. 0 KATH-
ERINE ELAFROS..a1ways ready forservice..germ.
clg blue trig debateg nat. hon. socg sen. chg
I CLARA ELIASON..sweetness isthe virtue..blue
trigcomm.c1. l DON ELMBERG..one of the best.
I JACK ENGELBERT..modesty becomes every young
l JEAN ENGQUIST..just the kind of'afriend to
have..fr. clubg sil. trig blue tri. l CURTIS
ERICKSON..slap thatbass..band. I RALPH ESTRIN
..Buck looks to aviat1on..chess cl,presg men-
I EUNICE FELDMAN..firstbandhas itsvirtues..
comm. clg bandg kadimah. l MAVIS FELIX..what
a voice--and what a gir1..si1. trig latin clg
glee clgchoirg oratorio. I GLEN FERKINGSTAD..
a merry heart but a honest, sober mind.
l LE ROY FISHER..Gabrie1 has nothing on me..
nat. clg bandg glee cl. I BETTY JANE FISKE..
modeling makes for beauty..b1ue tri. I GERALD
FLAA..apparatus isJerry's first and last love
I JEAN FLANDERS..a geyser of pep--that's her
rep..Po1. wk. salesg blue trig seton hig glee
clg band, flag twirler. I EVELYN FLITTIE..a
leader everywhere she goes..si1.tri5blue trip
viking c1,presg nat.hon.socg sr. chg Po1.ann.
I MARGARET FLYNN..there are reasons for her
many friends..si1.trig blue trig fr.clg choir
I NICKLINA FOGLIARO..Nicky's eyes arewhat get
you..span. cl. I JAMES FORCEIA..he is aman of
real ability and fitness..nat. hon. socg jr.
acad.sc1ence5 track. I DON FRASER..women,1ead
me not astray..hockeyg hi-yg apparatus.
I JOHN FREDIN..Nbandn is John's second name..
hi-yg nat. hon. socg jr. acad. scienceg band.
I BERNICE FREED..p1aying drums in adance band
called 'rhythm revelsn..band3 orch. I HARRY
FREEDLAND..an engineerof'great worth someday.
I MOLLY FRIEDMAN..jo11y Mo11y..comm.c1g kad-
imah. 0 ROSE FRIEDMAN..pastime--my homework..
comm.clgkad1mah. I RUSSELL FRIES..he delights
in buing idle
I WILMA FULLER..1ots of pep, full of fun. I
HELEN FURBERG..I'll take to the air..s11.tri5
blue trig cam.c1g band. I PHYLLIS FURMAN.-th!
good live 1onger..kadimahg span.cl3 comm. clg
I MARTHA GALLION..she's one grand person..
sil.tr15 blue trig latin clubg nat. hon. socg
seton hig annualg stud. coung senior chair. I
STANLEY GALSKI..Stan is bedimpled, Stan is
quick,especia11y with a hockey stick..hockey.
I DON GANZER..mischief,thou art afootg take
thou what course thou wilt.
4 WALTER GATES..he'sa regular fe11ow..hockey
golf. W WINIFRED GATES..a worker, yet alway
ready for a good time..si1. trig blue tri.
MILDRED GERDES..1n silence there is charm.
3 VICTOR GERETZ..I liketo work--it fascinates
me..germ. clg chess clg menorahg stud. coung
debate. 5 RUTH GERSHKOW..sincer1ty is a won-
derful virtue..kadimahg comm. cl. 5 GERALD
GESS..tc grin is no sin.
I EUNICE GIESKE..hobbies take up Tootie's time
..comm.c15 blue tri. 0 WILLIAM GILSON..a true
triend is Bill..hi-yg aviation clg ger. clubg
bandg chess clg tennis. I BETTY GINSBERG..for
setter or for verse.
I JEAN GIROD..hobbies are the spice of life..
blue tri. I SARA GLEASON..g1amor girl fueason.
I ROY GODFREY..his trombone shines..band.
I CHARLOTTE GOLD..her charmlies insincerity..
span. clg kadimah. I IRVING GOLDBERG..he's a
regular fellow. I BERNEY GOLDMAN..no simple
conquest--triumph is his aim.
I BURTON GOLDSTEIN..with abanjo on my knee..
menorahg span. clubg pol. wk. staff. I MOREY
GOLDSTEIN..he'll neveroverwork,he doesn't be-
lieve in it. I ALBERTA GOODMAN..speaking of
versatile people..fr.c1g1at1n clgaviation clg
sil.trig nat. hon. soc.
I RUTH GO0DRICH..a quiet girl, but quite a
girl. I CELIA GORDON..you'dlnzsurpr1sed,,kad-
lmahg span. clg science clg band. I PHYLLIS
GREEN..brunette and cute, with ways to suit..
I MILDRED GR0TH..happy-go-lucky..comm.cl3b1ue
tri. I MARY GRUIDL..difFerent is this gal who
enjoys doing something different..blue tri.
I ROY GRUNDSTROM..a jolly good fellow is he.
O ANN GURBAN..she knows what she knows, when
she knows 1t..1atin cl. 0 LORRAINE GUSLAND..
oh well! tomorrow's another day..blue tri. I
SHIRLEE GUTKIN..the spirit of 226..kad1mahg
comm. clg pol. wk. salesg band.
O MAX GUTTMAN..a whiz at chess and everything
else..chess clg nat. hon. socg sen. ch. I AR-
COLE GUZZI..Guz is aquiet 1ad..box1ng. I RAL-
PH GUZZO..Tony has wonschool-wide fame,by his
pep and grit inevery game..footbal1gbasebal1.
I SUSANNAH HALL..why hurry? there's lots of
time..sil.tr13 blue trig span.cl. I LOIS HAN-
NON..won't she be a pretty nurse?..b1ue trig
nat. clg choir. I ANDREW HANSON..ro111cking
and happy ways are his..hi-y.
I PHYLLIS HANSON..simp1icity has a charm all
its own. I SAM HARDIN..I'm here for an educa-
tion..science clg menorahg chess clgstamp cl.
I SAM HARRIS..most strenous work--jumping at
U LORRAINE HARTKE..she packs allher troubles
in a box and sitsn mthe lid and 1aughs..comm.
C13 blue tri.
I SIDNEY HASKOVITZ..why rush through
l DAVID HAYES..the wor1d.1sas you take it. 0
ELSIE HAYES..they areonly great who are truly
good..b1ue trig ger. clg stud. coung nat.hon.
socg orch. l MAISIE HEATH..s11enca11s the most
perfect herald of joy.
l SHIRLEY HECHTER..let's talk nturkyn..fr.clg
kadimahg bandgorch. 0 MILDRED HEDLUND..on top
of'theworld. I DANIEL HEILICHER..Iiniture sax
O FROIMY HEILIGMAN..generally speaking, I'm
generally speak1ng..basketball. OKENNETH HEN-
DRICKSON..you push the First valve down..bandg
soph. basketball. O LORRAINE HENDRICKSON..a
cheerful friend's like a sunny day..nat. hon.
socg latin clg fr. clg blue trig science cl.
l DALE HENRY..away dull care,awayg I'm going
to sleep today. I ROBERT HENSEL..when joy and
duty clash,let duty go smash. O GEORGE HEWIT-
SON..king of sw1ng,.h1-yg bandg orch.
l EMILY HEYDENABER..some people can just sit
still and th1nk,but I can't. 0 BERNICE HIIVA-
LA..who says nothing makes notmistakes. OMAX-
INE HILDEBRAND..so ambitious too!..blue trig
girl scoutsg stud. coung g.a.a.
I KAY HITCHCOCK..the time tobe happy is now..
seton hig blue tri. I ROSE HOBERMAN..my! the
talent she has..kadimah5 span. cl. I DOLORES
HOKEMEIR..study is all right,but play is more
l GERRAINE HOLCOMBE..she gladly spends her
time helping others..editor of annualg sil.
trig blue trig student coung bank cashg comm.
club,treasg sen. chg seton hig nat. hon. socg
g.a.ag girl scoutsg Po1.sales. D LILLIAN HOM-
BERGER..it pays to be a perfect lady. I MARY
JANE HOOKER..Mary'andher clarinet..band3orch.
l MERLE HOUSER..in her quietness there is a
certain indefinable charm..s1l.trig blue trig
comm. clg bull. bd. comm. I FLORENCE HOYT,,tO
worry is folly--let's grin and be jolly..sil.
trig blue tri5comm.cl. O SYLVIA HURWITZ..such
a sweet girl ishard mJf1nd..kadimahgcomm. cl.
0 ALBERTA INGISON..why worry? it makes wrin-
kles. O MAY INVIE..here's a friendly person
to know..blue tri. l ZAYE ISRAEL..there's ink
in them thar veins..sc.cl. presg jr.acad.secg
nenorahg tol.clg stage cry sr.chgbanking3Po1.
weekg nat. hon. soc.
I DONNA MAE JACK..a faithful friend indeed..
sil. trig blue tri.g stud. coung girl scoutsg
bankingg nat. hon. soc. I IRENE JACKSON..tc
take things as they be, that's my philosophy.
I VIOLA JAMES..deep brown eyes filled o'er
I ELAINE JAPS..a studious and quiet futur
steno. I WILLIAM JELLISON..why worry? Itmake:
wrinkles and pale cheeks..hockey5 trackgbase-
ballg soph football. I BURTON JOHNSON..quie1
in school, but otherwise--?
I CLAYTON JOHNSON..he's a gentleman from top
to toe..h1-y, city presg choirg Pol.wk.sa1esg
golf. I FRANK JOHNSCN..skil1ed in all sports
skating. l LYLE JOHNSON..sav1ng and cautious
I HARLISS JOHNSON..1ove me,love my dog..sil.
trig blue trig comm. clg Pol.ann.staffg orch.
I ROBERT A. JOHNSON..he can laugh with the
jolliest and work with the busiest..tol. clg
span.c13 stud.coung nat.hon.soc, presgv.pres.
sen. class. I ROBERT D. JOHNSON--the little
big shot..h1-y, pres.
I MARIUS JOHNSON..thoughts are quieter than
all speech. I ROBERT G. JOHNSON..always happy
and never sad..track. I RUTH ANN JOHNSON..she
has that friendly air about her..s1l.tri3blue
trig germ clg Pol. ann. staff.
I VIOLET JOHNSON..better late than never. U
DONALD JoHNsTON..we Carvn help but like h1m,.
proj.c1g nat.hon.socg debateg orch. I JAMES
JUNTILLA..glamour boy ofJune '41 and always..
hi-yg stud.coun5 swimmingg golf.
I DEVORAH JUSTER..Nch1cnis the word for Deb..
science clg kadimahg comm.c1g fr. cl. l SHIR-
LIE KANTER..what astriking personal1ty..span.
clg kadimahgscience clubg stud. coun.g choirg
S199 Cl- I CHARLCTTE KATZ..friend11ness per-
son1fied..kadimah5 comm. clubg band.
Movie Magnets, Inc
I SIDNEY KATZ..worry ardKitty havenever met.
l MARIE KATZ..golly, what a giggle..kadimahg
COM. C10 l MIRRIAM KAUFMAN..sweet is the word
for you..kadimah5 comm. club.
I JOHN KELLY..Kel1y with the Irish smile..base-
ball. I CHARLES KENIS..if there's nothing to
say he'll say1t..footbaLl. 0 ROBERT KENNING..
mever a dull moment..hiny3 Pol. annual.
I SHIRLEY KIMBALL..silence never yet betrayed
anyone. I WILLIAM KLATKE..knocked unconscious
by a train of thought. I RITA KLEINMAN..an
ever-ready-for-fun g1rl..span. clg kadimah.
O HENRY KNAUFF..our apparatus king is an all-
around good fellow..apparatus. O RUTH KOSFELD
..she's charming andsweet--in all graces com-
p1ete..s1l.trig blue trig choir. I CRESCENTIA
KRANZ..Sa1ly will make a go of whatever she
does..1at. clg blue trig comm. clubg nat. clg
stud. coung nat. hon. soc.
D MASON KRELITZ..a man of great resourceful-
ness..lat. cl. O ARLON KRIEG..art1stic ngobn-
to-be..gl1der clg Pol. ann. art staffg track.
I DANIEL KROETEN..he'1l mechanize mechanics.
115 For LID KRIJNICX see page 117.
I ROBERT KUEHN..what subtle humor this fellow
has! I MARION KVASNIK..her jolly air and fund
of wit are always sure to make ah1t..kadimah3
comm.c1. I MARCIA LA BEAUX:.the greatest wis-
dom is continual cheerfulness.
I JAMES LADD..what would wedo without James?
bands Orch- 0 GEORGE LANSING..whatever he did
he did wel1..footba113track. I GRACE LARSEN..
there are no sweeter..s1l.trigblue tri. presg
lat. clg viking clg nat. hon. soc.
I GEORGE LARSON..the people's cho1ce..hi-yg
baseballg sr.class president. I LOIS LARSON..
princess charming..s1l. trig blue trig stud.
coung glee cluhg nat.hon.soc5 sr. class secy.
I MARION LARSON..a dependable and friendly
I SHIRLEY LARSON..such a pretty little red-
head..sil.trig blue trlg choirg Pol-wk-Sa1eS5
banking. I JOYCE LATHROP..intel11gence plus.-
ger. clg lat. clg nat.hon.soc5 P01-ann-SH1eS5
sr. ch. I JOE LEACH..he'11 fly high in his
I HAROLD LEBOWSKE..he'l1 make aplace for him-
self. I CARL LESTOR..n1ce to look at,nice to
know- I ANNETTE LESSMAN..her eyes attract..
I JULIUS LEVIN..WU-Tell-UmN's a future Goph-
erite..lat.cl3 pol. wk. salesg pol.ann.sales3
banking. I LORRAINE LINDAHL..qu1et and stud-
ious and n1ce..sr.chgorch3 nat.cl. I JERRY
LINDBERG..Jerry and hls flashy car.
I MARIAN LOFGREN..Mar1an's just the keene
person..1at.c1:blue trigg.a.a. I DONALD L0
..I'm thespittin'1mage of the other one..nat.
hon.socg basketballg Pol.wk.sa1es. I DOUGLAS
LOTH..who aml? Doug1orDon?..class mascotgnat.
hon.soc3 Pol.wk.sales5 basketball.
I DANIEL LOUNBERG..Danny is a grand boy. 0
FRANCIS LOWE..we steady men arenot appreciat-
ed..fr. cl. I LEO KRONICK..without pleasure
life would weary be.
I MARGARET LUNZER..perhaps business college.
I ROBERT MAAS..he's popularwithall thegirls
..hi-ygstud.coun.,presg hockey. I MILDRED MA-
HAFFY..she's quietbutshe lefthmrimpression.
blue trig comm. clg Pol. wk.
I MARY MAHAN..she'll soon be asking, nnumbem
p1easen..orator1o. I JEANETTE MALINSKY..women
make good dent1sts..bank cashgkadimahgfr. clg
choirg glee cl. I BETH MANNING..the smile that
refreshes..b1ue trig seton hig comm. cl.
0 HELEN MARCUS..a girl ofsterling worth..kad-
imah. 0 EUGENE MARKS..he'll blaze trails in
the air..avia. cl, presg apparatusg track. I
VIRGINIA MASON..we'l1 always remember herPenny
I MARGARET MATHIAS..Babs is a friend worth
having. I IRVIN MATTISON..women,wherefore art
f1h0U'f--hi-ysbox1ng- 0 ELAINE Mc cA.BE..she en-
joys everyth1ng..b1. trigseton higgirl scoutg
fr. clg g.a.a.
I STANLEY Mc CONNELL..unforgettable stan. o 9
GERALD MC GAWGH..as pleasant as they come. I EQ QQE is:
BEVERLY MC KENNA..I have no cares. 'Q ,M
I DOROTHY MELLOH..anotherF1orenceNightingale
..jr.acad.science. I ROBERT MENDENHALL..fo1ks
are of two kinds,and he is the kind we'd like
to be..gandgorchgtrack. I RCSEMARY MIKOLAJIK
..she likes skating and mysteries.
K 5 ,.-.
U AUDREY MILLER..we have great faith in her
ability. O CHARLES MILLER..drafting will be
his life. l ETHEL MILLER..a tal1,n0tab1e red-
head called uTorchy.W
O RICHARD MILLER..ho1d your hats--it's Dick.
I ROBERT P.MILLER..his voice will come toyou
through the air waves..span.c1. I ROBERT W.
I RUBEN MILLER..such talent ishard to find..
menorah: Span. clg nat.hon.socg po1.wk.staff.
O VIVIAN MITCHELL..clothes conscious Viv. 0
MARCIA MOORVITZ..darling deep dimp1es..bandg
orchg kadimahg science.
I RAZEL MOORVITZ..short andsnappy..bandgorch3
science cl. O LAURA MOUND..a quiet unassuming
lass of sterling worth..cam.c13comm.c15g.a.a.
I ANNETTE MURRAY..a dark young miss youcan't
O MARY MURRAY..tempest is a teapot. l JUELL
NALLICK..a little, loveable, 'Squirt'..g.a.a.
I GENEVIEVE NAUMOFF..stenographer at first.
l JOAN NELSON..peppy,sporty Joan..fr.c1gs11.
tri, blue tri, bank cash5comm.clg g.a.a.ggir1
SCOUtS. U MARY NELSON..qu1et and shy with a
rosy blush. l ELEANORE NEMEROV..oh that hair,
oh those eyes, you must admit she's a prize.
U SAUL NIEFELD..unaccustomed as I am to public
speaking..menorahg lat.c13chess5 nat.hon.socg
debate capgto1.group. l ROBERT NOLTING..a man
of merit..hi-y. 0 ORVALL NORBY..'Orv'wants to
go to the sky.
0 JOYCE NORD..she has never been at aloss for
friends. I LLOYD NORDLUND..Lloyd is a good
natured chap with hidden energies..latingPol.
sales, annual sales. I GORDON NORDSTROM..
brains, ability, leadership--Gordy has them
I JEANNE NORMAN..Jeanre loves art..sil., and
blue tri., g.a.a. I GERALD NUDELL..Jerry is
a man of action..menorahg chess, nat.hon.soc.
I KELLER NYQUIST..a little nonsense now and
then is relished by the best of men..latin cl.,
I BETTY OBERG..talent--getting into trouble..
commercial club. I EUGENE O'BRIEN..he'll toot
his way thru l1fe..band. I JEANNE O'BRIEN..a
friend to have and keep forever.
0 DONNA OFFERMAN..she finds her way around..
blue trig pol.wk.sales. I DUWANE OLSEN..a man
of hidden talents..boxing. I ROLF OLSEN..he
appears to be very quiet, but--..hi-yg choir.
I ADELAINE OLSON..ever ready,everdependable..
norse cl. I DORIS 0LSON..silence is more mus-
ical than any song..sil.trig blue trigcommer.
cl. I EVELYN OLSON..inI1erown quiet way..s11.
tri., blue tri.g comm. club.
0 FERN OLSON..a girl who always wears asmile,
to be herfriend we'd walk ami1e..sil.trigblue
tri. I GEORGE 0LSON..he is our true love,1f
there were only more like h1m..stud.coun.5hi-
ygnorse cl., annual sales. I RAY F. OLSON..
everybody's friend--nobody's enemy is 'O1s.m
0 RAYMOND A. OLSON..Ra.y is a good matured lad
with the hobby of dancing. I MARGARET OPPE-
DAHL..a quiet unassuming lass. I MACY ORMAN..
a heart as true as the blue of her eyes..com-
mercial clubg band.
I ROBERT O'ROURKE..never trouble trouble till
trouble troublesyou..box1ng. I HARRIET ORRBEN
..tall, tan, terr1f1c..bank cashg blue trig
comm. clubg class treas. I JOHN ORTH..quiet
I MARJORIE PAPPIN..she is the greatest bless-
ing, a true friend..blue trig seton hyg comm.
cl. I BERNICE PASCHKE..vesuvius' step-child..
comm.c1. I JEROME PEDERSON..he forgot to read
between the lines.
I HARRY PELTZ..in the field of business I'1l
wander. I MARTIN PERL..Marty's giggle cannot
be forgotten..bank cashgorch. ICLARICE PETER-
SON..there's a world of wisdom in her looks..
I DONA MAE PETERSON..the joy ofyouth andheal-
th 1sd1splayed.byher eyes..blue tri. I HARVEY
PETERSON..deeds aredone forfhllowship. I IONE
PETERSON.nher yuietness attracts you.ub1ue trig
I JOYCE ANN PETERSON..thy smiles are sunny..
choir. I JOYCE E. PETERSON..a friend we've
found worth while..sil.tri3 blue tri. I MILD-
RED PETERSON..fondwoffun and always ready for
I MARQUERITE PHELAN..our best wishes, Margie.
I NORMA PINKUS..P1nky is aromantisist andhowl
..span.c1g kadimahg choir. I ELLEN PISHKE..
tranquility is its own reward..s1l.tri3 seton
hyg blue trig g.a.a.
I STANLEY PLATNICK..h1s work was not done in
va1n..pol. ann. staff. I GLENN POLLARD..he
worries not of tomorrow, but takes life as it
comes..h1-yg glee clubg apparatus. I VIOLET
POND..smal1 and light and full of fun,she has
a smile for everyone..s1l.tri3b1ue tr1gg.a.a.
"A" Senior Polaris Salesmen
I IRVING POSNICK..pigskin parade..menorahg
football. I RICHARD P03T..pep and personality
go hand in hand..hi-y5stud.coungbasebal1 mgr.
I BETTY PRESCOTT..it's nice to be nice when
you're naturally nice..nat.clg blue trigstud.
coung choirg glee club.
I ALOISE PREUS..a composite picture of all
nice things..seton hi3comm.c1. I SIDNEY PROO-
SOW..rest first--then work..menorahg1atin clg
band. I MIRIAM RAPAPORT..she's the rainbow in
our sky..kadimahg comm. club.
I PETER RATH..to open a book brings profit..
chess clg pol.wk.staff. I RICHARD RATHBUN..
things arenever dead.whenDick's around..hi-yg
hockey. I MELVIN REE..ab1ue-coated,brass-bot-
0 RUXTON REID..I like to think about all the
roads leading away from here..radio clg proj.
clg hi-yg Pol. wk.
CIS RIEL..there are many types of people, but
her type is just her own..blue tri.
I MARGARET RIVKIN..truly accompl1shed..kadg
bank cash. I ELLA ROBBINS..a famous interior
decorator to be. I SAM ROCKLER..nRodney the
I GLORIA RODICH.oI'l1 take theglory road..ka-
dimahgscience clg 1at.c1. I RAY ROFFb.we hope
to meet him in future life: I ROBERT ROSEN..
what more can one wantcefootballc .
I EARL ROSENGREN..good nature precedes all vir-
tuesn I VIOLA ROSS..hands that will work to-
ward beauty. I WOODROW RUIKKAeQblond1ikemany
others, but not undistinguished.
I RUTH RUNNERSTROM..her modesty is acandle to
her v1rtue..spanec15 si1.tri3b1ue trigart clg
choir. I JAMES RUSSELL.ehe spoke not a word
but went straight to his work, I CERALY SACK-
TER..never a dull moment.
I HAROLD SAKS..maybe he'll coach at North
someday.I IEANETTE SALCHERT..etta kett..comm.
clg seton hyg stud. coung choir. I HAZEL SALO
..sweet is the word-for you.
I DAVE SANDBECK..an adventurous sou1..appara-
tus. I DEERA SANDERS..a model girl for amodel
career..kadimah. I JEANETTE SANDGREN..oneree-
son why gentlemen prefer b1onds..blue tri.
I DORIS SANKO..as charming and delightful as
the art she creates..art clg nat. clg science
clg blue trigstud. coung orch. I JOYCE SATTER
when she rolls by all stop to watch. I JEROME
SCHEIN..turn out the1ights,Schein's shining..
science clg menorahg nat.hon.socg track.
I KATHERINE SCHENDEL..wh1ch half? I MARIE
SCHENDEL..the other half. I SHEPARD SCHIFF..
Shep's Bike Shop..art club.
I GEORGE SCHOEN..he was not made to climb the
tree:ofknowledge..boxing. IMARTIN SCHOENBERG-
ER..busy as a button..P9l.wk.staff5 baseball.
I ALVIN SCHOENECKER..hats off to 'DutchH!..
I HARRY SCHUMAN..he lets hislight shine with-
out turning the spot Ml himself..science clg
ed. Pol. wkg chess clg nat.hon.soc. I DOROTHY
SCHWARTZ..knowledge is bliss..comm. clg kad-
imahg Po1.wk.sa1esg bank cash. I VERA SCHWE-
BACK..likeable as she's 1ookable..stud. coung
blue trig seton hy.
I LUCILLE SCONE..I'm a good skate,push me a-
1ong..seton hyg g.a.a. I RUTH SHER..she came
as astranger andleft as afriend..Pol.wk.sales
fr.clg comm.clg nat.hon.socg kadimah. I WIL-
NA SHERARD..sweet rememberances grow from good
services..fr. clubg oratorio.
I MORRIS SHERMAN..never content with touching
orahg orch. I MARGARET SHINDER..slender and
graceful, an expert modern dancer..kadimah. I
CLAIRE SHORE..she sings and sings and sings.
I HARRY SHRAGOWITZ..I always do my best,I do
what I can and leave the rest..orch5 band. I
EVELYN SIMON..she knows all the newest fads..
kadimahg span.clg bank cash. I MINNIE SIMON..
Minsue has the most beautiful red ha1r..band5
I DOUGLAS SIZER..I'1l be merry, and I'll be
free,but I'll besad for nobody..choir. I JACK
SKINNER..he knows alot'm1thejust can't think
of 1t..footbal1g trackg basketball. I GORDON
SMITH..why hurry? time flies anyway.
U RICHARD SMITH..I don't know what I'm going
to be..nat. cl. I JACK SOKOL..he'11 take it
into account. I RALPH SOLFIELD..you'1l find
him on the 'ag' campus.
I RUSSELL SOLSVIG..he smiled and said, "Don'1
rush me gir1s"..sr. class sarg. at armsgstud.
coungchoirghockey. I JACK SPEWAK..great mind:
bespeak great action..span. clg meng na.t.hon
socg footballg trackg wres. I ROBERT SPEISS..
I WILLIAM STARMACK..he'l1 be with the 'Fight-
ing Irish." I GERTRUDE STEFFENS..ga11opin'
Gerty..comm. clg seton big blue trig jr.a.cad.
science. I SYLVIA STEFFENS..sports fan deluxe
..comm. clg blue trig g.a.a.
I BEATRICE STEIN..a friend with plenty of
friends..seton hyg comm. clg bank cashg stud.
COUYI- I SARA STEINUAN..pretty,dignified, and
charmingustud. coung comm. clg kadimahg nat.
hon. socg science. I DONNA MAE STEPHAN..her
ways are qu1et,but silence is eloquentustud.
coung blue trig seton hy.
I LORRAINE STEVENS. .she's rich in good deeds. .
blue tri? comm. cl. I FARRELL STIEGLER..his
quiet intelligence was one of our class's chief
assets..jr.acad.sc1ence3 nat. hon. socg bandg
Orch- I MAXINE S'l'.JOHN..a fine librarian she
will be..art clg g.a.a.
I DON STONE..commercia.l art attracts me..base-
ball. IRIVOLI STRAUSS..quiet leadershipnlat-
C13 comm. clg kadimah. I HARRY STRUZOWSKYHB
trumpet playing chiropodistuband.
I ELLIS STUBENBERG.."Stup1d" can'tbe stupid.
I HARRIET SULARZ..'ln her work and inher play,
she's invariably gay. I MANUEL SWATEZ..his
friends best know his true worth..bank cashg
stud. coung band.
I NEALE SWENSON..to a young heart everything
is fine. IEARL TARBELL..no wealth likeaquiet
mannoratorio. I RALPH TAUBERT..as nice as he
is handsomeuapparatusg wrestling.
I NORMAN THINGVALD..quiet and pleasant inall
his ways,he'll gain great success in futurefdays
..viking club. I IRENE THOTLAND..hermanneris
quiet and dignified. I LCUS THOUR..pleasant,
busy,friendly,true5she always knows just what
I JENNIE TOLEDO..our spanish m1ss..g.a.a. I
SHIRLEY TOUW..we never hear enough from you..
comm. clg blue trig seton hy. I PHYLLIS TRAV-
IS..she's a real girl through and through..
comm. clg blue trig seton hy.
0 LOIS TRUEDSON..quiet seeming, but when you
know her--..comm.clg blue trig g.a.ags1l.trig
girl scouts. I WALLACE VAN WIRT..give me a
test tube and an apron. I VANCE VELASCO..tal-
ent in a small package..art clg orchg boxing.
U MARVIN VERSTAGEN..sometimes Isit andthink,
sometimes I just sit..football5 basketballg
baseball. O JACK VOSLER..God bless theman who
invented sleep..radio clubg hi-yg stud. coung
hockey. IHELEN WACHTER..I love only one Kat H
I GERALD WALLER..always ready to help..men-
orah. I JOSEPH WEIDERHOLD..what a laugh!..
apparatus. I JOSEPH WEINMEYER..affable and
I ROSALYN WEISBERG..such beautiful long black
hair..comm.clubg glee cl. I MARJORY WEISS..
nBashful' isn't bashful..comm. clubg kadimah.
D MILDRED WEISS..Midge of Montana..kadimah5
art clg science cl.
I EDISON WESTLUND..an ardent football fan.
l MARIE WETHERILLE..what will the bulletin
boards do without her?..art clg bulletin bd.
I IRENE WHALEN..our slander twir1er..stud.
coung choirg band.
I KATHLEEN WILDER..her heart iswarm and glad-
some..comm.cl.pres5 blue tri. I MARY WILSON..
cute and smart is 'Willyn..fr.clg sil.tri3bl.
trig nat. clg bank cash, nat. hon.socg choir,
glee c1gband,f1ag twirler. I WILLIAM WILSON..
liked here, liked there, liked everywhere..
I MARILYNN WITTE..successful sub-deb..stud.
coung lat. clg nat. cl, presg choir, nat.hon.
socg blue tri. I ROBERT WORWA..he may be shy,
but there's a twinkle in his eye..stud. coung
ger.cl5 hi-yg hockey. I MARY ANN WRZOS..she's
a cheerful type, a girl we all like..comm.cl.
I NORMAN YAROSH..success comes on with arapid
gait to the fellow who goes to meet it..bandg
orch. I ESTHER ZEESMAN..the longer you know
her the better you like her..sc. clg kadimahg
ger.clg band. I MILDRED ZIEVE..how else canwe
describe her but sweet and likeable..kad1mahg
I DONALD ZIMMER..sober andthoughtful..Pol.wk.
sales. I SHIRLEY ANN ZIMMERMAN..able and ac-
tive with brain and poise..kad1mah5 n.h.singg
sc.cl3 jr.acad.sc3 tol.group. I ROSE ZWEIGH-
BAUM..her shadow is taller than she..kad1mah.
Mary Jane Haverty
Robert L. Johnson
Babes in the wood...
Vait a minute--I want
:andy bar too...
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At comptometer school...
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CHICK BEAN ......
ED LOVETT .......
KATIE BEAN ......
An adolescent comedy sequel
to HGROWING PAINS ' Presented
Way first and second.
Bye bye, Bertg
feel better now, Terry?
We wonder how that
lipstick got on there
in the first place!
Prof. Mclntyre ---- Sheldon Berenson
Mrs. Mclntyre ----- ---- -
Lula ------------------- Doris Sanko
Vivian ---------------- Amy Ann Butt
Elsie -------------- Margaret Rivkin
Stewart Willer -------- David Dewahl
Mrs. Miller- ------- ---- Claire Shor
Jane -------- ---
Extra Boys -----
Faculty Coach: Miss Alice Davidson
"About the only time I get
to use my bicycle is when I go
out after school with the other
girls for G. A. A.," says Jean
Few girls havebicycles by
the time they reach high school
so they are glad to have the
chan.ce to meet someone who has
one they use.
"I like to hike, so I am
glad to meet others who will
hike with me," Marlys DeMarias
The girls who come o-ut for
Hiking can go anywhere they de-
sire. There must be several
who wish. to go at a time. At
least one hourmust be spent
Hiking. Row One: M.
DeMoruis, R. Ganley,
A. Lopicko. Row Two:
H. Deveryj M.Christ-
enson, D.L. Kipp, D.
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Bicycling. Row One
.T.Olson, J. Nollick
Row Two: A. Lopi Cko
L. Mound, E. Edin
Swimming. Row Cne:
E. Rohling, C. Burk,
A. Lopicko, D. Rust.
Row Two: C. Robin, S.
Soffrin, G. Grey, M.
Row Four: Lorentzen,
P.Curlson, M. Kowa-
"I learned how to play golf
after schoolwithout theexpense
many people go through to learn
the game," said Rae Molde.
Before anyone can come out
for golf,she must have atleast
four clubs, the amount needed
to play on any course. One is
taught how to handle the differ-
ent clubs,the1r names,and when
to use them. After all this is
taught by one ofthe gym teach-
ers, a test, made by the girl
in charge, is given.
"I sure appreciate a chance
to go swimming with someone that
can teach me something that I
do not know about swimming,"
says La Vaun Powers.
There is no special night
set aside for Swimming after
school, but rather any night
the girls can go. This makes
it easier for the girl who can
not come on special nights of
Golf. Left to right:
Lo Voun Powers, Rue
Mo1de,Mory Lou Kowa-
lezyh, Shirley Burk,
Irene Chesebro, Mar-
Diomondboll. Pow One:
Kowolezyh. Row Two:
Robin. Row Three: M.
L.Pile. Row Five: M.
Bolstad, I"I.I-logen, S.
Burk. Row Six: J.Lo-
rentzen, C.Bu1'k, E.
"I like diamondball best
because many persons canparti-
cipate eventhough they may not
havemuchplaying ability. Also
it is 8-game not hard to learn,"
replied Joyce Kronstadt.
The sport that most girls
goemltfor isDiamondball. Teams
are formed and names chosen.
Anyone can play Diamondball,
don't forget the after school
classes are to teach those who
do not know, how to play-
Eicmondbell. Row Zne
M. De-MoroisJ R.Gonley
Row Two: M. Lofgren
J. Powers, I.Olson, A
Lopicko. Row Three
ners, E. Cahill, P
Dill. Row Four: J'
Lorentzen, I. Kron
etedtJ C. Leader, I
' H ' .
Tennis. Row One: M,
Lofgren, E. Edin! B.
Shugg. Row Two: L.
Tornell, A. Rinker,
"Tennis is one game that
people play after they leave
school," says, Elvy Edin.
Tennis after school is no
different from any other game of
tennis. The girls must furnish
their own tennis racket and also
their own balls. They play in
the courts on the sides ofHobbs
The one thing that every
girl strives for in G.A.A. is
an Emblem., It is the highest
honor agirl can receive in high
school sports. It takes 1000
points to earn one. An"N" takes
600 points. Out of the 600,at
least 200 must be earned in in-
Benefits derived from the
G. A. A. are many and can be
obtained by all girls. Playing
games makes one energetic and
alert. What may he more impor-
tant, in G. A. A. a girl may
make friendships which will last
throughout her entire life.
The first sport I entered
was badminton. I didn't know
how to play,but the other girls
taught me. The gymnastic in-
structor taught us the fundi-
mentals ofbowling,that popular
As the year went by, the
spirit ofthe girls became keen-
er, rather than more lax.
As one girl to another, I
wou1dn't miss the opportunity
of entering the organization
and taking part in its activi-
A K S :
when I first came to North
in 10 B, girls from the G.A.A.
Board came into my gym class
and spoke on G. A. A. Having
always been interested in sports,
I decided to earn points for a
letter. I have taken part in
every sport that has been off-
ered, but my favorite of them
all is badminton. I think this
is because I get apersonal sat-
isfaction out of playing it.
There is no team behind me to
back me up as there is in bas-
ketball. With badminton, I'm
on my own.
I have never been sorry
that I took G. A. A. and I do
not think that any other girl
at North would be either. There
is a certain thrill of pride
that comes when you wear your
letter because it stands for so
--Je an Lathrop
Upon learning that an "N"
and an emblem could be earned in
G. A. A.. I was even more en-
thused than formerly about join-
ing the organizatiin. Then I
heard how many points were re-
quired for each. My heart sank,
but I was determined to get all
the points I could. After get-
ting started,my points mounted
higher and higher and I soon had
the required number for an "N".
As my interest increased,
I supervised some of the sports.
I encouraged several girls to
join and they have many times
expressed their appreciation to
me. Above a1l,I like G. A. A.
because of the many, many fri-
ends I have made while playing.
2-W- V" ' iii WQEIDNN
RIEG l '
I R "DfUMM RIP TI
Here they are---the 1940 Polar champions. The beautiful
trophy,won in the Carleton meet,can be seen in the hands of'
the catcher, Don Erickson.
Row One: E.Perry, A.Lehromon, C.Harrer,D.Erickson,
ning, I.Ho11mon, W.Ke5s1er, J.Wiggin, W.
.EriCkson, D.Johnson. Row Three: M.Ree,
N.Koch, P. Sockness,R.Guzzo, L.Johnson,
Row Four: T.Wi1der, D.Phenow, H.Cherry,
L.Bolnick, J. Kelly, E.Isoocs.
Erickson,G.Lorson. Row Two: R.Hendrick-
Once again a 'Iorth High team has come through
in championship style. The Polar men of baseball
proved to be the conquering heroes copping the city
prep baseball championship, and winding up a suc-
cessful season. Under the expert coaching of Tom
Kennedy the team -:halked up the impressive record
of' 20 victories out of 24 games.
Entering the Carlton meet with an average of
1,0009Z they walked off with the class L Champion-
ship for large cities. This title amounts to the
same as the State Championship. This is the second
successive time that the team has won this honor.
The high spirited polar pelters inaugurated the
season with an impressive 4 to 2 win over West,and
then went on to gain a season total of65 points to
the opponents 28. Averaging 7.33 runs and 15 hits
per game for the season the team was paced by Lefty
Erickson with a .520 batting average. The sterling
Perry-Lehrman conbination backed hy the three Erick-
sons made the Polars invincible.
"Its right across the old plate."
The Sparkplug of the Polar Diamond-
men is hurler Clarence Harrer. The
pitching staff' consisted ofmany fine
ball tossersa, but "Clar" was one of'
South 2 "
Roosevelt 3 "
Washburn O "' 8
Central 6 '16
Marshall 3 "' 9
Vocational 6 "' 7
Put Hunk O 'ii
Edison 2 "f
Skimming over thehigh
hurdles is track captain
George Bales. It was the
smooth form of this fleet
men to come through the
season in a ve ry successful
Row One: L.Burnett, Couch, J. Reynolds, J.Shelske, R.Spiess,
M.Chester, D.Aho, G.Bo1es, J. Skinner, C.LvnCh, J.Cheins, R.
Johnson. Row Two: A.Gc1rtz, R.Kc1dlec, J. Forcea, S.Ad191', J.
Spewclk, D.Dc1chis, J.So1omen, W. Jel1ison,T.Mu1'phv. Pow Three:
O.Duke1ow, A.Krieg, R.VQn Drosek, R.Pe1'1'in, C.Jocobs,R.Sond-
blade, W. Van Drosek.
Coach 'Louie' can be seen giving the boys some advice
during pre-season pract1ce.The crowd toward the right gives
proof that WLou' really has a magnetic personality.
Winging his way along
is thisyear's toplmrospect,
fleet footCal Jaccbs. Cal
the pride of the cinderman
can be seen above broad
jumping and to the right
practicing his now famous
4:.,. ,, ,J ,
Starting the season by scoring 22 points
in the Metropolitan Meet, North High's track
team experienced one ofits bestseasons under
Coach Louis Burnett.
Led by handy-man George Bales, the squad
went on to victories over Vocational and Pat-
rick Henry andwere narrowly defeated1urRoose-
velt and Edison.
Cal Jacobs, state broadjumping champion,
broke the broadjumping record in almost every
meet that.heentered. The mighty mite was also
a star in the dashes.
Don Aho was a fine running mate for Cap-
tain Bales at the hurdles. Don succeeded in
placing against some of the state's finest.
Though not state champiins, Bob Johnson,
Ralph Ferrin,Richard Sandb1ade,and James For-
ceia were welcome additions to the squad.
The team wound up in aburst ofglory,gar-
nering 9 points in the State Meet.
Row One: R. Rubin, R. Biorn, R. Demcke,
Row Two: J. Young, D. Lindblom, I. Sch-
loner, D.Juntillo. Row Three: R.Kohler,
C.Gellermon, Couch Larson, R. Olson, H.
Row One: M. Christiansen, W. Gilson, S.
Rickter. Row Two: E.Levinson, J'.F1'ied-
mon. Row Three: H.Shragowitz, Mr.Lind-
mon, J. Schwartz.
Under the expert first
year coachingofCar1 Lar-
son, the linkmen of North
carried on the school tra-
dition for fighting teams.
Winning six out ofnine
tournaments the team was
well stocked by the indi-
vidual starring of'Schlon-
er, Young, and Linhlom.
Enjoying its most suc-
cessful season in years,
the .North High Tennis team
of 1940 wound up the sum-
mer's campaign in fourth
place. The squad, under
Coach Arthur Lindman won
four matches, conquering
and Vocational, and dropped
the same number,losing to
West, Central, South, and
Roosevelt, for a 500 per-
When the final bell had rung,
there emerged into the limelight seven
newly crowned champions. Out of all
pugilistic minded polar fisticusses,
these fortunate fewremained. Coached
by headpugs Williams andCo1lins these
on the well-known theory that it is
better to give than receive.
Walking out of the ring under
their own locomotion to be crowned
Heavyweight: R. Juster
Light Heavy: W. Gleason
Middleweight: C.' Johnson
Welterweight: D. Olsen
Featherweight: B. Dougherty
Lightweight: H. Davis
Bantamweight: R. Hynes
'Getzn Rosenhloom .F1yweight: D' Riemer
Row One: V'.Shurick, V. Velesco, B. Daugherty.
Row Two: GS.Schoen, M.Mattison, C.Green. Row
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Four: S.Ty1er, C.Tav1or,H.Dnvis, S.McCone1l,
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