Stillwater High School - Kabekonian Yearbook (Stillwater, MN)

 - Class of 1938

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M Ax , -a'2"fL.:Q'.1L?fg.::v-p-5gjmzEQa?kg,. ,V ... 3 - ,,N,xtLv, V M . - . .vf'g:f-fz:::- .1-h -- 21 mu1..u-,nun F-, MJ 1...-ummm-mg -1--L .A -mm. v, ,-,ff-mm EX-LIBRI5 Editor ---- PATRICIA CONNORS Advertising' Manager - ALICE KOLLINER Circulation Manager - JOHN RISENDAL Adviser - - - - BETH BISHOP I FOREWORD E are all marionettes pulled by strings which many people call fate, and others environment. The 1938 Kabekonian places special emphasis on activi- ties and student participation as the strings that have helped to influence and mold our lives during our course through Stillwater High School. Thus through the last four years the strings have been adjusted . . . the roles of the marionettes well acted . . . and the Fates have been fulfilled. win scngqv mmm 'QP'-Mssouv5"' 2 it-if l936 l'l Ill ISlIl'l7 HN 'll Ili SIZNIUR UIHXSS Ul llll Slll I NYX llfll llllill Sl IIUUI slllIXN Xllll, XllNNlNUI X -AFP DEDICATION Miss Bishop, 4 the Senior class wish to express their grati- tude for your sincere interest in the class' activities. We thank you for your advice and tireless assistance as adviser of this an- nual. In token of appreciation we dedicate to you the 1938 Kabekonian. 1 153 FZ . i iii? 4 E151 ?lI ll 3 i ll ll Q 1 ll ll -A-HQ'A2-S., ..,. V . MA , , W VWEWW H, L N- , Wm W I Q H 'Tis education fomns the Common mind, Just as the twig is bent the t1'ee's inclined." 5 ministration Classes A ctivities Athletics AJ vertising HDIHIHISTRHTIUH 11" WMM I ...- 2 1325522 .WN pak. 1 ,mN,,,,.,, T QSM x X . . W,,. l f! 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Politics Club 3, Commercial Club 3. GEORGE FIARKER Pres. Home Room 2, First Baskltlzll T L ii cam -4, interclass Athletics l, 2. 3, Reporter fox Arrow 1. -1, Member of Standing: Com. 3. 4, Junior Council, Vice Pres. of Soph. Class, Los Gatos 3. 4. SYDNEY BARTKEY -Orchestra l, 2, 3. Bookstore Com. -4. Commercial Club I. 2. 3, Biology Club 2. DAVID BASTIEN-Talent Club -1. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l. 2. 3. 4, Track 1. 2. 3, Interclass Ath- letics 1. 2. Interclass Track Team l. 2. 3, Los Gatos 2, 3. AGNES BELISLE Hand 4, Shaks-s1ware's Dream 1, Pres. of Club 4. Pres. Home Ronin 4, Commercial Club 1, 2, Home Ec. Club 2, -1. WWILLIAM BENOE-Science Club l. Biologry 2, Pres. of Home Room. KARL BENSON Student Council 4, Chairman of Noon Hour Com. fl. Science Club l, Biology Club 2. Math. Club. VIVI JUNE BENSONfCornme1'cial Club 3, Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. PHYLLIS BERGER--Pres of Club 4, Girl Reserves 4. Math. Club 4, Foreign Language Club 4, Chcmis. try Club 4. Kab. Stalin 4. Junior Academy of Science -1. MARION BERGSTEN --Glee Club 1, 2, Commercial Club l, 2, 3, Biology Club 2. XWILLIAM BERNSTEIN -National Honor Society 3. 4. Declamatory Contest 3, 4. Talent Club 3, 4. Golf Team 2, Interscholastic Debate 3, 4, Intcrclass Debate 2, 3, Radio Club 3. Los Gatos 4. Hi-Y Club. LORRAINE BILLY Choir 4. Glee Club 1. Girl Reserves 3. il, Its-'porter for Arrow 1, Politics Club li. G. A. A. l. 2. 3, 4. JACK BOYD "S" Club 33. fl. First Football Squad Il. 4. Track Team 2, Second Basketball Team 3, Senior Council. S4-c'y of Club 2. -1. Los Gatos 4, Hi-Y Club. IREGE BROWN--Bookstore Com. -1. Girl Reserves 4, Comnn-rcial Club 2. 3. Biology Club 2, Politics I uh 3. MILFORD BRUNNER Re 't" f poi u or Arrow l, 2, Science Club l, Biology Club 2. MARION BUCKLEY Student Council l, Glie Clul l '7 I Ch 1 . ... .. , oir 1, 2. 3, Chemistry Club 4. Home Ec. Club. BETTY JANE BURKE Sec'y of Club Sh , alu'-speare's Dream l, 2. 3, Physics Club 3, G. A. A. I, 2, 3. 1. Girl Reserves 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, EDVVARD CARLSON -Physics Club 3. lVIath. Club 2, 3, Biology Club 2. Science Club 1. MARY CARLSON-Latin Club. Chemistry Club 4, Biology Club 2. Science Club 1, Commercial Club. HELEN CIIRISTIANSON--Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, B' l io ogy Club 2, Home Ec. Club l, Shakes- peares Dream Staff 4. Girl Reserves 4. Bookstore Com. 4. MADELYN CIESMAN Politics Club 3, Science Club l, 'Biology Club 2. Home Ee. Club, Librarian 4. Commercial Club I, 2, Ci. 15 Pauline Clam-cy Alice Cllilllllxl' lVl:1yn:1rd Clymer ll'CI1C Cnllupy l'1lll'll'l2l Cmmnnrs Lyle Cram Clyde Imhlquisl Jul lim-is lmnielsun Hubert Dennis 111 Daly llulbell lleW1rlf Lymzln Due Lucilc Ilrochslcr Phyllis l"lVCl'IlhlllIl lizxlph Geidel llamicl Gvlfurcl Phyllis Gersuu l'lulve1't Glzxslmremlor lizxrl Guerss G0 lfllczumur Greoder Helen Hallin wgc' Guulo VVinifr0cl llHl'Vl0l1X .lorry Ilnvons PACLINE CLAREY -G. A. A. 1. 2. Home Fic. Club 2. 3. fl. Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Sci.nce Club 1. Biology Club 2. ALICE CLOUTIER Commercial Club 3. 4. Biolrgy Club 2. Home Ec. Club. MAENARD CLYMER Commercial Club l. 2. Science Club 1, Biology lub 2. IRENE COLLOPY Politics Club 3. Girl Reserve 3. G. A. A. 2. 3 Librarian 3. fl. liomc lie. Club l. 2. Commercial Club 3. 4. PATRICIA CONNORS---National Honor Society 3. 4. Student Council 4. Girl Reserves 3. 4. Bookstore Com. 2. Senior Council, Tusitala Stall' . Staff of Arrow 1. Editor of Kab.. lnterclass Dmbatc 2, Junior ay. One Act Play Contest 1. 2. Pres. Home Room 3. Librarian 3. Thespian Club 4. Talent Club 3. 4. LYLE CRANffCommercial Club 1. 2. 3. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. Golf Team 3. Qt CLYDE DAHLQIJIST- Student Council 1. COI11lI'lk'I'Cl2.l Club 3. Science l Club 1. Biology Club 2. Chemistry Club 4. JOHN DALY---Declamatory Contest 1, 3. 4. Talent Club 4. Hi-Y Club 3. Librarian 3, One Act Play Contest 1. Senior Play 4. Shakes- peare's Dream 2. 4. Los Gatos 4. Member of Standing-,r'Com. 2 3 Yell Leader 1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter for Arrow 1. ' ' ' DOT? DANIELSON-fCommercial Club 3. 4. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. Latin Club 1. 2. Math. uh 1. ROBERT DENNIS--Latin Club 1. Math. Club 1. 2. Intcrclass Track Team 1. Sce'y of Fr. Class. ROBERT DeWOLF-Commercial Club 2. 3. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. Politics Club 3. LYMAN DOE-Hi-Y Club 1. 2. 3. lnterclass Athletics 1. 2. 3. 4. lntrrclass Track Team 2. Senior Play 4. Shakcspeares Dream 2. Chairman homecoming 4. Ilall and Building' Com. 4. Los Gatos 2, 3, 4 Kab. Stall'. LUCILE DRECIISLER -Girl Reserves 3. 4. Politics Club 3. Reporter for Arrow. Orchestra 2. 3. fl. Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Science Club 1. National Honor Society. PIIYLLIS EVERMANN Student Council 2. Student Iill0lili0l'Di'l'. Girl Resorrcec fl. Glre Club 1. 2. 4. Choir 4. Commercial Club 1, 2. 3. il. National Honor Society 4. RALPH GEIDEL-r-Science Club 1. Bioloyry Club 2. DANIEL GELFORD Los Gatos 3. 4. Sec'y ol' Club 1. Stall' of Arrow 1, 2. Junior and Senior Play Stall, Librarian 4. Sl1akeSpearc's Dream Stall' 4. ' 4 PIIYLLIS GERSON Librarian 2. 3. G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. Bookstore Chairman I. Girl Reserves 4. Commer- cial Club 2. 3. 4, Chemistry Club 4. National Honor Society 4. ROBERT GLASBRENNER "S" Club il. fl Sh-l ' . 1li0Sl10ill'l'S llroann IJ. Junior Play. lntc-rclass Track Team 1. 2. 3. 4. Interclass Athletics 1, 2. 3. -1. Track Team 1, 2. 3. 4. Second Basketball Team 2, Pres. Home Room 2. EARL GOERSS "S" Club 4. Hi-Y Club 2. 3. First Football Squad ll, -Other Squad 1. 2. 3. ShakcSDi'1ll'U'S Dream 2. 3. 4. Choir 4. Glee Club 4-, Los Gato 2. 3. 4. Member of Standing Com. 4. GEORGE GOULETTE-vl"res. of Club 4. First Football Squad 3. -1. Other Squad l. 2. Commercial Club 4. Biology Club 2. Politics Club 3. ELEANOR. GREEDER G. A. A. 1. Shli.li0SlJ9ll1'0'S Dream 2. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. HELEN AHALLIN- Girl Reserves 3. 4. G. A. A. l, 2, Math. Club 1. 2. Biology Club 2. Science Club 1. Commercial Club. WINIFRED HARVIEUXf-Shakespearefs Dream Stall' 4. Band 4. Home Ec. Club 1, 2. 4. Biology Club 2, Science Club 1. Commercial Club. JERRY HAVENS-fStudent Council 4. Commercial Club 4. Member of Standing Com. 4. Physics Club 3. Math. Club. 17 r Gen-truclo Hemsl-li lilziiiie llciiiicssvy lVl ary Imlmll lVlzii'y vlzmv llilclclwaii llmizilcl llulmes l1lIl'l'21lI1C l'lulsleii liliznlvelli lleiiiiiiig liurellzi lluglies Gurcluii Jzicksmi lVlarimi Jziggg Irvin .luhiisiwii Be-tty Kzihl Orplizi .liulkiiis liziwrcncv Koiiipl lilezirmi' Kvrii Alive Kiilliiici' lfllziiiic Kuohii Mildred Kuelm liluyd l.:ii'smi linis lniiwiii John liawsmi Virgiiiizi l.ez1ch Dimald l.eiii liicliaiul liimllmergg GERTRUDE HEMSCHfGirl Reserves 3, 4. Chairman of Assembly Com. 4, Special Com., Standing Com- mittee. Kab. Stall' 4, Shakespearc-'s Dream 1, Student Council 4, National Honor Society 4. ELAINE HENNESSEY'fStudent Council 4, Girl Reserves 3. 4, Standing Com. 4. Arrow Stalf 4, Pres. of Home Room 4. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2, National Honor Society 4. MARY IMHOLTfGlec Club 1. Math Club 1, Home Ee. Club 3, Biology Club 2, Science Club 1. MARY JANE HILDEBRANDT-Sen-'y of Club -I, Member of Standing: Com. 4, Reporter for Arrow 4 Shakespeares Dream l, 2, 3. 4, Senior Play, Thesnians, Talent Club 2, 3, 4, Declamatory Contest 4 DONALD HOLMESff"S" Club 3. 4, Student Council 1. Los Gatos 3, Pres. of Math. Club 4, Standing Com. 1. Intcrclass Track Team l. 2, 3, 4. Track Era: 21,32, 3, 4, First Football Squad 3. 4, Pres. of Home Room 3, Hi-Y u . . LORRAINE HOLSTENfSec'y of Fr. Clas , Girl Reserves 4, Pres. of Home Room 3, Home Ec. Club. Science Club 1, Biology Club 2. ELIZABETH IIENNINGfCommercial Club 3, Science Club 1, Biology Club 2, Home Ec. Club 1, 2. LORETTA HUGHES Commercial Club 3, 4. Science Club 1, Biology Club 2, Home Ec. Club 2, 3. GORDON JACKSON-Science Club 1, Biology Club 2. Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 3. MARION JAGG+Choir 1. 2, 3, Clee Club l. 2, 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 4. IRVIN JOHNSONf Chemistry Club 4. Lockwood School: Plays 1, 2. 3, Bas- ketball 3. - gy: ORPHA .IUDKINS----Girl Reserves 3. 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Staff. Shukespeare's Dream 1. 2. BETTY KAHL G. A. A. I. Shakespeares Dream Statl' -4, Home Ec. Club 4, Biology Club 2, Science Club 1. Commercial Club 1, 2.. LAWRENCE KEMPFffLos Gato 4. Reporter for Arrow l, 2. 3, Stall' of Arrow 4, One Act Play Stall' l, 2. Junior Play Stall' 3. Senior Play Stall'. Shalsespcares Dream 4, Pres, Home Room 1, Math. Club 1, 2, 3, 4. National Honor Society 4. ELEANOR KERN -Commercial Club 3. Biology Club 4. Home Ec. Club 4. Girl Reserves 3. 4. ALICE KOLLINER -Pres. of Club 3, 4. Member of Standing Com. 4, Reporter for Arrow 1. 2. 3. Staff of Arrow 4, Advertising Mzr. of Kab.. ShakesDeare's Dream Staff 1, 2. 3, 4, Senior Play 41. One Act Play Contest 1. 2. 3. Thespians 1, 2. 3, 4. Talent Club 3. 4. ELAINE KUEHN Commercial Club 2. 3. Science Club 1, Biology Club 2. MILDRED KUEHN-Commercial Club 3. Home Ec. Club 1. LLOYD LARSON-Science Club 1. Biology Club 2, Football Squad 2. 3. Politics Club 3. LOIS LARSON Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Biology Club 2, Girl Reserves 4. JOHN LAW'SON-fCommercial Club 3. Science Club 1, Biology Club 2, Politics Club 3. VIRGINIA LEACHfGirl Reserves 3. 4. Glee Club 1. Special Com. 1, Pre . of Club 4, SeC'y of Club 4. Reporter for Arrow 4. Kab. Stal'l', Shakespeares Dream 1, Shakespeare's Dream Stali' 3, Intervlass Debate 3. Thespians 4, Talent Club 4. Declamatory Contest 1, 2. 3. 4, National Honor Society 4. DONALD LEINW-Arrow Staff 4, Biology Club 2, Science Club. Commercial Club 1, 2. 3. RICHARD LINDBERG--Choir 4, Politics Club 3. Shakespeare's Dream 4, Biology Club 2, Science Club 1, Commercial Club 1, 2. 3. 19 liolmert Lolnncr June Ludwig: Waller l,ull Bert Lund Dorothy llund l'lCI'l'l6 Mzlcllonulcl VV11lic-1' lVIzu'0 liigvl lllzulsvll lliclmrcl Nlnlonc Belly lVleclwlkc linlnu Pvloyvr llosv lVlK'llUllUll"l1 5 llawlol lVlvl'l10lr0s llnrvvy lVlo0ll0r .lnnc Monio K6-nnelh lVlllllSUl Dolores Murphy Alton Nelson lizlclu-I Nelson llorollly Ne:-:lu- lmonn Neske Plvelyn Ness llorenv Nippolmll lmville Olson ROBERT LOHMERA--Interclass Athletics 2. First Ba ketball Team 3. 4. "S" Club 8. 4. First Football Squad 4. Other Squad 2. 3. JUNE LUDWIG-Arrow Statl' 4. Girl Reserves 3. 4. Commercial Club. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. WALTER LULL --Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. Math. Club. First Football Squad 1. BERT LUND--National Honor Society 3, 4. Nat'l. Athletic Honor Society 3, 4, Los Gatos 2, 3. 4. Sec'y of Club 4. Pres. of Soph. Class. Member of Junior and Senior Council. Scenery Com. 1. 2, 3, 4. Chairman 4, Reporter for Arrow 1. 2. 3, Interclass Athletics 1. 2. One Act Play Contest 1, Student Manager Track 2, Track Team 3, 4. First Basketball Team 3. 4. First Football Squad 2. 3. 4, Pres. of Home Room 1. Student Council 3. 4. "S" Club 3. 4. Declamatory Contest 1, 3. DOROTHY LUND-Girl Reserves 3. G. A. A. 1. 3. Shakespeare's Dream Staff' 4. Home Ec. Club 1. 2, Biology Club 2, Science Club 1. PIERRIE MacDONA.LD-- Shakespeares Dream 3. 4. Football Squad 1. 2. 3. Science Club 1. Chemistry Club 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Hi-Yy Club. Los Gatos 4. WALTER MACE-Politics Club 3, Math. Club. Chemistry Club 4, Biology Club 2. EIGEL MADSEN--Los Gatos 4, Politics Club 3, Shakespeare's Dream Staff 2. 3. 4. Biology Club 2. Scicncc Club 1, Commercial Club. RICHARD MALONE-Sec'y of Club. Vice-Pres. of Club. Interscholastic Debate. Interclass Debate 3. Librarian 3. Hi-Y Club 1. 2. 3, Dcclamatory Contest 4, Senior Play Staff. BETTY MECHELKE-Glee Club 1. 2, Politics Club 3. G. A. A. 1. 2. 4. Staff for Arrow 1. Interclass Athletics 4, Shakespeare's Dream 1, 2. 3. EDNA MEYER-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. Home Ec. Club, Girl Re- serves 4. ROSE MCDONOUGH--G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. Junior Play Staff 3. Home Ee. Club 2. Biology Club 2. Pres. of Home Room 3, Librarian 3, Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. HARRIET MCPHETRES-Girl Reserves 3. 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Sec'y of Club 4. Vice-Pres. of Club 3. Vice-Pres. of Soph. Cla.s, Member of Junior and Senior Council, Special Com.. Chairman Finance Com., Interclass Debate 1. 2. 4, Interscholastic Debate 1. 2. 3. One Act Play Contest 3, Librarian 3. Student Council 1. 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. HAIBVEY MSJELTER -Politics Club 3, Band 1. 2. 3. 4. Biology Club 2, Science Club 1, Commercial lub 1. . 3. JUNE MONIO -Home Bc. Club 4. Biology Club 2. Commercial Club 1. KENNETH MUNSON Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Scicncc Club 1, Biology Club 2. DELORES MURPHY-Girl RL-serves 3. 4, G. A. A. 1, 2. 3. -1. Bookstore Com. 4, Shakespcarc's Dream 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club 1. 2, 3. ALTON NELSON Commercial Club 3, Science Club 1, Biology Club 2. RACHEL NELSONffCommcrcial Club 1. 2. 3. Biology Club 2. Home Ec. Club 1. DOROTHY NESKE fCommercial Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Science Club 1. Shakespearefs Dream Stalin 4, Glee Club 1. 2, Girl Reserves 4, Bookstore Com. 4, Vice-Pres. of Club 4. LEONA NESKE+Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Science Club 1, Biology Club 2. X I aft EVELYN NESS--Commercial Club 1. 2. 3, Science Club 1. Biology 0 Club 2. Home Ec. Club 4, G. A. A. 1. LORENE NIPPOLDTeGirl Reserves 4, G. A, A. 2, 3. Bookstore Com. 4. Staff for Arrow 4. Pres. of Home Room 1, Biology Club 2. LUCILLE OLSON-Glee Club 4. Choir 4. Girl Reserves 3. 4. Shakesepare's Dream 2. 3. Talent Club 4. Math. Club, National Honor Society 4. an u 21, Virginia Packer Harold Parnell Dol ores Pasch Russell Patrick Anne Peterson James Plaunt Lois lladdalz Carl Raecler William Reed Wallace Reiland Richard Rice Marvin Hicherl .lnhn Risendal William Hoy Althea Ryden Cyril Szinfnrll Betty Jane Sawyer Raymond Schmidt Mary Schroeder Harriet Seggelke Earl SL-ullen Murlimer Sherod Sherman Sherrarcl Sydney Sherrard VIRGINIA PACKER-Orchestra 1, 2. Girl Reserves 1. HAROLD PARNELL-Arrow Staff 4, Chairman of Hall and Building Com. 4. Shakespeare's Dream 3. 4. One Act Play Contest 2. Senior Play, Junior Play. lnterclass Track Team 3. 4. Interclass Athletics 3. Track Team 3, 4. Pres. Home Room 3, 4. Librarian 3, 4, Theipians 4, "S" Club. DOLORES PASCH-Chemistry Club 4, Math. Club 4, Glee Club. RUSSELL PATRICK'fScience Club l. Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4. Math. Club 2, 3, 4, Politiqg Club 3. Physics Club 3. N Student Council 3 Librarian 4, Shakespeare's Dream 1. 2, Stall' of Arrow 4, 4. ANNE PETERSO f . Standing Com. 3. Vice-Pres. Club 4, Girl Reserves 3, JAMES PLAUNTWUSH Club, Student Council 1. 4, Talent Club, Hi-Y 1, 4, First Football Squad 2. 3. Basketball Team 3. 4, Interclass Track Team 1. 2. Golf Team 3, 4. Junior Play, Reporter for Arrow. Standing Com. 4, Special Com. 1, 2. 3, 4, Junior Council 3. Pres. of Freshman Class. Sec'y of Soph. Class. Pres. of Club 1, 2, 3, Sec'y of Club 1, Los Gatos 3, 4. LOIS RADDATZ-Interclass Debate 1, Interscholastic Debate 1. 2. 3. 4 Shakespeare's Dream Staff 1, 2, Pres. of Home Room 1. 3, Pres. of Club 4. Member of Standing Com. 4. Na.t'1 Honor Society 3, 4, Talent Club 4. EDER Band 1 2 3 4. Senior Play Staff, Shakespeare's Dream StaH', Commercial Club 2, 3. CARL RA - . . . Science Club 1. Thespians 4. WILLIAM REED-Commercial Club 3, Science Club 1. Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Math. Club Politics Club 3. ' ' l Club 2. Science Club 1. WALLACE REILAND-Track Team 3 letics 1, Math. Club. Band 4. Biology Club 2, Science Club 1. Com- , Interclass Track Team 3. Bio ogy RICHARD RICE-Intercl ass Ath mercial Club 1. 3. MARVIN RICHERT-Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 1, Interclags Athletics 1, 2. Librarian 4. Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. 0 JOHN RISENDAL-Los Gatos 2, 3. -1. Bookstore Com. 4, Pres. of Senior Class. Special Com. 2. 3. Yell Leader 4. Reporter for Arrow 4. Circulation Mgr. of Kab. 4. Shakespeare's Dream 4, Student Council 2, National Honor Society 4, Junior Play, Interclass Athletics 1. 3. 4. Thespians 4. WILLIAM ROY- Commercial Club 3, Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. ALTHEA RYDEN-National Honor Society 4. Student Council l, 4, Pres. of Home Room 2. Junior ' f - fs Dream Staff l. 2, 3, 4, Editor of Arrow 4. Junior Academy of Science ' ' . 1 2, 3. Special Com. 1, 2. 3. 4, Vice- Play Staff J, Shakespeare 4. Staff of Arrow 3. Reporter of Arrow l. 2, St.-indium Com . Pres. of Freshman Class. ' CYRIL SANFORD--Commercial Club 2. 3. Biology Club 2. BETTY JANE SAWYER.-Shakespearek Dream l. 2, Reporter for Arrow l. G. A. A. l, 3, 4. Girl Re- serves 3. 4. Math. Club 3, 4. Latin Club 1. 2- RAYMOND SCHMIDT--Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Los Gatos 1, 2, Golf Team 1. 2, 3. Interclafs Ath- ' F' 't Basketball Team 4. Second Basketball Team 1. letlcs 1, 2. 3. IFS MARY SCHROEDER-National Honor Society 3, 4. Student Council 2. 3, Pres. Home Room 4. Interclass Athletics 1. 2, 4. Kab. Staff 4. Reporter for Arrow 1. 2. 3. 4. Standing Com. 2. 3. 4. Special Com. 3. Vice-Pres. of Senior Class. Pres. of Club, Vice-Pres. of Club 4, G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4. EARL SCULLEN-Golf Team 2, Second Football Squad 2. 3, Com- mercial Club 1, 2, 3. '- I-IARRIET SEGGELKE-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Science Club 1, Bi- ology Club 2. Shakespeare's Dream 1, 3. n n ,J f MORTIMER SHEROD-Commercial Club 3, 4. Science Club 1, Inter- cla.s Athletics 4. Politics Club 3. 3 C n : SHERMAN SHERRARD'--Biology Club 2, Science Club I. V, SYDNEY SHERRARD-Science Club 1, Biology,Club 2. Chemistry i' i Club 4, Physics Club 3. 23 Shirley Shure 'l'l19l1n:i s Sie-gl'1'i0cl Ilelen Sinmn lVlzu'ie Stzinek lVl:icllyn Sum-y lbnrulliy Sturkcl lCluine Sleineck Frzuices Sulli lVl:11'inn Stevens vain lVlz1g'cl:1len Sullivan Carol SW?-IIISHII Elizzilmetli Swanson Mavis Swzinsnn lVlzu'vellzi 'lll10l'i?ll0 Clcrzildilic 'l'nlmisc'l1 lliclizircl Tue H :mf-l Betty 'I'ul-En n H c llnclerliill l"lm'en4'0 Vullniol' lilzi Walters lVlfl.l'Q2ll'9l Vnlliner Jenn Wilson Russell Wnlll' Helen Zzilwcl SI-IIRLEYVSHORES-National Honor Society 4. Talent Club 2. 4. Pianist 4, Senior Play Stall' 4. Shakc- speares Dream 1. Z. 4. Shakespeare's Dream Staff 4. Sec'y of Club 4, Pres. of Club 4, Reporter for Arrow 1. 2. 3. News Editor of Arrow 4. THELMA SIEGFRIED--Pres. nf.Club 3. Foreign Lamruazze Club 4. Junior Academy of Science 4. Na- tmmll HOHOI' SOCIBW 4. Latin Club l. 2. 3. Math. Club 2. 4. Kab. Staff 4. Senior Play Stalf, Girl Reserves 4. HELEN SIMON-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. Glee Club 1, 3. G. A. A. 1, Reporter for Arrow 1. MADLYN SOUCY-Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Choir l. 4, Sec'y of Club 2. Vice-Pres. of Club 4. Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. MARIE STANEK-National Honor Society 4. Girl Reserves 3. 4, Junior Council. Sec'y of Junior Class. Tu.itala Staff 4. Librarian 3. DOROTHY STARKEL--Sec'y of Club 4, Pres. of Club 2. Special Com. 2. Tusitala Staff 2. Kab. Staff 4. Shakespeare"s Dream 1. 2. 3. 4. Senior Play. One Act Play Contest 1, 3. Thespians 3. 4. Declamatory Contest 3. ELAINE STEINECKfVice-Pres. of Club 4. Shakespeare's Dream 1. 2. 3. 4 S 'o Pla One Act Plav Contest 1, 3. Librarian 2. 3. The pians .if ' , ' ' . enl r y. , fa 1. 2. 3, 4, Talent Club 3, 4, Declamatory Contest 1. 2. 3, 4. ly MARION STEVENS-Vice-Pres. of Junior Class, Concessions Com. 4. Glee Club 1. 3. Junior Council. Shakespeare's Dream 1. 2, 3. 4, Interclass ! Athletics 1. 2. Talent Club 4. I FRANCES SULLIVAN-Commercial Club 3. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. Home Ee. Club, Girl Reserves 3. 4. 1 MAGDALEN SULLIVANfCommercial Club 3. Home Ec. Club 2. 3. Shake- peare's Dream 1, 2, G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. CAROL SWANSON--Commercial Club 1. 2, 3. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. G. A. A. 1. 2, Girl Re,erves 3. 4. Politics Club 3. Q. ELIZABETH SWANSON-Girl Reserves 3. 4. Latin Club 1. 3. Chemistry " Club 4. Science Club 1. Biology Club 2. i MAY:1SbSgVANSON--AYell Leader 4, Girl Reserves 4, Politics Club 3. ShukesDeare's Dream 1, Biology u . MARCELLA THORENE--G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1. Biology Club 2. Science Club 1. ial Club 3. 4. Pres. of Home Room 4, Shakespeare's Dream 1. 2. 25, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4. Sec'y of Club 4. GERALDINE TOBISCH-Commerc . Talent Club 3, 4. Thespians BETTY TOLEN-National Honor Society 3. 4. Declamatory Contest 1. 4 ' ' C t st 1, 2. Junior Play. Kab Staff 4, Reporter for Arrow 1. 2. 3. 4. Librarian 3. One Act Play on e . 2. 3. Pres. of Student Council 4. Pres. of School 4, Standing Com. 2, 3. Pres. of Junior Class, Junior and Senior Council. Pres. of Club. Vice-Pres. of Club. RICHARD TUENGE-National Honor Society 4. Talent Club, Pres. of Home Room 4. Junior Play. Senior Play, Shakespeare's Dream 3. 4, Glee Club 4. Choir 4. Los Gatos 3. 4. Sec'y of Club 4, Bookstore Com. 4. Pres. of Club 4. Yell Leader 3. 4. Standing Com. 4. Reporter for Arrow 3. 4. Kab. Stall' 4. HAZEL UNDERHILLsCommercial Club 1, 2. 3. Science Club 1, Biology Club 2. Librarian 4. FLORENCE VOLLMER-Librarian 2, Latin Club 1, 2. 3. G. A. A. 1, Girl Reserves 3. 4, Politics Club 3. MARGARET VOLLMER-Girl Reserves 3, 4. Shakcspeare's Dream 1. Chemistry Club 4. Home Ec. Club 1, Biology Club 2, Science Club 1. LILA WALTERS-National Honor Society 4, Bookstore Chairman 4. Bookstore Committee 2. 3, Sec'y of Student Council 4, Ass't. Sec'y of Northwest Federation, Kab. Staff 4. Commercial Club 1. 2, 3. 4. Librarian 3. Special Committee 3. Politics Club 3. Girl Reserves 3. Biology 2. JEAN WILSONiSenior Play Staff, Shakespeare's Dream 1. 2, Politics Club 3, Girl Reserves 3. 4. G. A. A. 1, 2. RUSSELL WOLFF-Junior Play Staff, Glee Club. Staff for Arrow. Reporter for Arrow. Commercial Club 1. 2, 3. Talent Club 4. HELEN ZABEL-G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4. Commercial Club 3. 4. Science Club 1. 25 Robert Zabel Gwen Jones ' ROBERT ZABEL Stuflcnl Council l. Scis-ucv Cluli l. Biology Clulm 2. Mull GWEN JONES Tzilvnt Cluli 4 l 1 Cll l Z l lVl ll fll l Shl 1 ll Nl Il ""I--C'Ill4C'AAll1TtlSt1i1RpLfA -1, fhllll l. 3. Gu ui 1, 2. Kalb. Stull' 4. Gwen has suflicivut credit: t ir" l at . b t .'I - h'.' ll-'L fl t l,'l' 1 l' yn ' rw. Althea Ryden .,.... 95.076 1 ,R . ' , i. Club. 0 . in in ui , '. 3. :I 1. Tu 173, f 21 ws in-:ix'v's ruzim .' u i . . 1. . . , 2. J. . HSI :A an Q nl' 7. -. 1-moi' or or rrow N o 1.11111 1' u sie .ix 1 cc 0 o .1 ui I s xi r-ou as l Q X simon cmxzy DAY - OIIOI' Lois Raddatz - ...... 93.617 Lucile Drechsler -- -92570 Phyllis Evermann --92.350 Harriet McPhetrcs -92255 Patricia Connors -- ,9l.788 Elaine Hennessey --90.993 Betty Tolen - ..-.., 190.988 Dorothy Starkel ---,,90.900 Thelma Siegfried ---90.758 Lawrence Kempf -,90.600 William Bernstein --90.494 Lucille Olson ..,... 90.325 Mary Carlson -,----90262 26 One for the money . SE IOR CLASS President .,,f....,,, e.... J ohn Risendal Vice President ........ ,..e, M ary Schroeder Secretary-'l'reasurer ..., ,,eHarriet McPhetres Adviser ,,,,,,,,..... . . . two for the showg three to get ready: and four, here they go . . . the Class of '38 . . . and not without a tear of regret in its eyes. lt means the end of four years of working and playing' together. ln '37 the senior class gave a Prom that will never be forgotten. This year they presented "Through the Keyhole," a three-act play. It add- ed one more success to their long' list of dramatic achievements. Next came "Winter Sunset," a one- act play which took second place. In the opinion of the critic judge, the best actress of the eve- ning' was Betty Tolen. Her strong supporting cast consisted of Elaine Stieneck, Harold Parnell, and Lyman Doe. The class co-operated in staging a Senior Crazy Day which will take much ingenuity in -,----lVIr. Robbins the future to surpass in hilarity and production. The skit "Dark Doings at the Crossroads" added just the "punch" and sparkle to finish Crazy Day with a flourish. The Senior Class Gift to the school as a con- tribution of approximately two hundred dollars which is to be used toward the furnishing of an activity room. This singular class intends to graduate in caps and gowns. We hope future graduating classes will adopt this innovation. As their high school years drew to a close the seniors went to every school function with their eyes a little misted, smile a little hit strain- ed, and a tug' at their heart strings. In short, they became sentimental as they visualized the close of their high school career. Hack ROXVfTtli6'll. Lund. Hisenrlal. Boyd Front Row Mc-Phetres, Connors. Schroeder. Adkins absent Senior ,founci Iilwt linux' Suww-V. Km-m-. Toft. J. N1-Iron. I.m', I3. Wilsnn. IC. Smith, Struml, .I. Smith, I.. IVM' TOP PlK"I'IIRIC Imp Iluw II. SIIUI'Y'2ll'fI. K:1IinuII'. I.c':mcIx-V. Gu1:g.:'i11. Sxxzmluml, NV. Iiyzll-Un, C. -Iuluwun. Ii. Swaxnsun flnrlmv. Kullnmlvlx IVu,i:lIm, S. Nur.-m-n, Sinmnsun, I.n1'sm1. IirwHg'v1', Sc-hmix. I.. Swaxlwwll Ilvzmvr. Imn'th Row RZIIHIIH. Km-nl, H. Nlalprluwx-xx, Morris. H. Krm-Qvlx ZUIIA-V. Krogg, 'I'ul'nquisl, l.imlg'l'vn, , Km-mlri1'Is. I.inm-II, Kuvh. Ymxnuvlllisf, FI. IVIIUIOI1. Utvvlxi. Ilmlrfim-, I.. Norm-n. Ihirfl Row Jmu-4. Ii. Iiycls-mx, 'I'Iwrm-1-lx, l'zxIm. VVm'lIu1zm. IVI. Nvlsun. I.zuIrI. Niclmy. IVI1uIsvn. Kimlwr .I. I.:nl'mm. IC. Swnlwuzm. Vnllmor, Wzlrmzln, N1-wmzm. S4'I'lUl'l', Il. Nm-Ismm, R. Swanson. IIiII1'y -4-mul Huw V. I.u1z. Il. Lutz. N. INIr'I1mmImI. N. Iiyclmwlm. I.uvc'Ii. I':u1Ic-y. Sunizur, V. 'I'I1rxmp.un. WVQIII, II. Nlzugullsmx. T1-r111yr1m. Muryrznx. Sr'I1wzu'lZ. Shzlttu, I'iIqlliSl, I.oCI:1il'v. K. I'1'lvl's0n, IP. Wuri. IJ. Wilsmwll. SWISIIPV, Krinwvl. KiIp:xll'ir'l., Hull. Zimlm-1'll1:m, IJ. 'I'I1mnps:m. Ii0'I"I'0IVI I'If'TIIIlI'I Iup Row Il. f'nVIwu11, Gruih. II4'vl's. Iilllww, l'Ivlm'nls. ICl'ic'lwm1, II0l'g'1'l', Iilrmm. Ilamiols. li. Amlvlwnn. lim-ru. Inurth Run ilvzulxzun, Hua-Nlis, II. IH-ls-lwuxx. Colm-, II. Anrlvrsml. II1'l'Iwl'l, .I1-nu-11, A. .lnlmwum Ri:-In-rl C'uIl4-V, Ilrm-llnmn. Ifmmflw, Grunlw. Ihirfl Iinw Imrlluznrfl, I'Iit'Iltx-xx, ASIIIIIS, Hx-r'I1l. II. .IuI1nNm. Gill'm'1I, Iirtln-, Ii. Alxtunmm, I.. Ih-Vg: l.. .InI1nsun, Glwxrly. Iil':nss:11'zI, Ilzlrl. Ii. IVI:u1'nusun. -vmul Row ISI4-r'I1, I". .IuImsrm, H4-allulvl. V. f':ll'Ismx, I'Ic'Iwr. H. Amlvrsmm, I'Il'IilZ, CmnI'ol'I. f':lSmmx':l. Ii1'mr'Iu-l'. I.. Andvl'-un. Iirown. irwi lion Ilzniw, Hnrclm-11. Ilznhl, IM-i'urtiux. lic-r'g:g:'l'0l1. .Il1cI1I, AnrIl'4'ws011, M. Amlvrfmx. G:n':lx':lIi:x Inga-1'suI, Clwnxlmqxlirsi. CI1l'istL'n-1-lx, Iium'1'uH. 28 I. Q union C ass Three down JUNIOR CLASS President .,....,....,... ..... K athleen Jones Secretary-Treasurer .... ....,... D orothy Lee Adviser ,,..,.,........ ..,. M iss Ann Isaacson . . . and one year to go! Always an active class, the juniors have their own ideas and see they are carried through. In declamation, Marcella Sawyer and Robert Kilpatrick distinguished themselves for their class. Through the sincere efforts of Clemens John- son, Worth Bloom, Marcella Sawyer, Bruce Erickson, and Bob Berg, their one-act play, "Out of the Night" won the all school contest. Then dramatic interest shifted to the Junior three-act play, "Garden of the Moon," which proved the acting ability of Bruce Erickson, Don Swisher, Gerald Leander, Clemens Johnson, Beverly Ry- deen, Harriet Palm, Marilyn Nelson, Marcella Sawyer, Worth Bloom, Helen Anderson, and Bob Berg. The play which took place in the age of the "Gibson Girl" brought a packed house and a full treasury. Their crowning achievement of the year came with the Junior-Senior Prom where soft lights and sweet music caused many an adoles- cent heart to flutter. Let's hope their senior year may be one long "prom" of joy and happiness. Bark Rowe--Thoreen. Keene Front Row-fLee. Jones. Petersen Junior Council ,, ,wry 3 TGI' PICTURE lun Huw Duhllu-. Ds-l'ngg'isc'h. f'hl'i5linn4un, lic-liclvzul. Gill:-lrum. f'::sHs', Allwvvhl, Hvx'1:vro11, IM-WM I l'l1-nu-ns. l"l'1rlzny, lmxrih Run l"ur--4-Hx. Vlznrlx. llilln-Vt. ID. l'1n'15un, lium'l'o1't. I'v1n-rsnlu, Giyrrivlm. Glzwhrm-n1w1', l"s-hluw lhirll Huw IJ1-vlvillv, l':xl'1'oll. lim-IXI1-X. llxlwlzlcl, Um'nl'n-lfl. Amls-rsnu. Vhinl. Blick, ll. C'zn'lwm, Fullwrm. llrnhzum. l"Iuws-rw, mmm! Kun lin-r1u14-in, Avlwxwmx. Frzm. flxwxnlu-. Adkins. I.. Aluls-lwwm. Bnl'nl1ulcl1, Bird. l'Ivl1u'n1 l"l'n-llzmrl, llrst Kun' flznlw-y, IJ. Brown. Allmrvvlxt. Vurlis. Caurlfun, flaw. M. Giyrrivh. A1Tul1v1'. Gulmdersmm. Guru Burns. 30 W k, up lOl'l10l'C 6312158 Two down . . . MIDDLE PICTURE Top Row Meyer. Nippoldt. Harvey. Noark. Jones, Longbothani. Maunsell. Kreinier, Mr-Dononpgh' Leander. Fourth Row -Jewell, Kramer. Norgzren, Lohmor, liofgren, Kresenske, Lacey, Kerner, Larson, Kresenske. I.. Third Row-fMarianna, Hallin, B. Johnson, A. Johnson, Madsen, Hallin, G. Johnson. Moen, Jagyz, Holmes, Marty, Ka phinpr. Se:-ond RoweNeumeier. R. Murphy, McLaughlin, Murphy. Mordicli, Moelter. Munson, LaVim P. Murphy, Johnson, Nelson, Multinfrer. First Rou' Mondor. lmrersoll, Judkins. Nolan, Johnson, D. Johnson, Sinionson, Kollme. M. Murphy Harsh. Lott. M. Jackson, MacDonald, Mack. BOTTOM PICTURE Top Row Wangrerin, Paine, Scliiesser. Shattuck, Schrade. Reed, Steinacker, SCl1ll10tCllUl, Whalen Sullivan. l"ourth Row'-Skralnstad, Reiland, Stiles, Wolf, Stanek. Payette. Schwartz, Rhode. Third Row' -Richert, Peterson. Robertson, J. Olson. Woodmancy, Sherrard, Oltmanns. Schnell, Pozzini Swan man, Pasch. Second Row- Seifert, G. Qlson, M. Peulen. Schelander, Simonson, Simonet. O'Brien, R. Zabel, Sc-hnell Schmidt, Shrank. Scheel. Zabel. First Rowe-R. Peulen, Palmer, Smith. Swanson. Warden, Sakrison, Ostendorf. Steinbeiser. Randall O'Neal, Radlotf, Phalen, Rivard. SOPHO ORE CLASS President .....,......., .,..,.... J oseph Kreimer Secretary-Treasurer ,......... --Anne MacDonald Adviser ...,.,.,,..,.. . . . and two to go! Two hundred strong this year's sophomore class have now well ad- justed themselves to school life. Their one-act play, K'The Shooting Star," was directed and produced by Mr. Jansen, the class adviser. The cast included: Lora Mae Harsh, -lean l.aVine, John McDonough, Floyd Dahlke, and Patrick Nolan. ln the field of sports the class had live good men in football. They were: Dick Reed, Paul Kreimer. Uhristianson. lVlat-Donald -------- -,-George Jansen Jones, Keith Albrecht, and Richard Lee. Dick Reed received a letter for basketball. Jean LaVine and Barbara Bernstein were active in interscholastic debate. Patrick Nolan represented his class in declarnation. In cheer- leading, Joan Bird was the sophomore member who pepped up everyone at all the football and basketball games. November fifth, the class held their annual party. The large attendance danced to Les Goerss' swing' music. Sophomore Officers , 4 4iffiQ3?1 TOP PICTURE Twp Huw 2:-uii, Quixt. VV--iw. Svhm-1414-V, J. R1-wl:mcl. Simon, D. Olsun. Norm-n. VV. Svlmzunr. lfmlrth lion W'hitlw1-zflx. Ii. N4-Mull. Sullixzm. li:-mw. Rix-Q. Silllilllvf, W:u!lin. Nvwlw, lizumlzull. SUI:-s. bwzxnmm. 'l'hil'1l Run Sxxmnnam. I". N4-Ivm. Strznml, M, linxxlzxlul. SMHQV. l'ivl'c'1'. N1vl'gIl'vn. Risumlzul. 'I'lmll1px:m Whih-. Ni:-df-1-1-r. In-1'-mxl liuxx NI. S1-luzuanr, Wm-n-lun-rlh. l'uxu-II. Pilmluist. S1-inlh-r. I'l'n-lxvl. ll. l'vul4-11. I,. l'vu-lwull. V. liulim-. Iimfltgvrg 1.1-m.:ux'1l. l,. Kylzumi. H. l's-ulvn. Fil-xl Run' l':ulrim-Ii. 'l'il:ln-Hx. 'I'x':ninul'. Svhrm-4h-r, M. Hyxlm-vu. Suzlnluml, SU-vm-ns, 'I'vslw, ll. lim-ll1,:4-r. Svhrauxlx. Svullvn. SL-g'm-lslruyn. 'I'hr4m. 32 Tcs mmun USS First RowfDalluhn. Conrad, Deaner. C. Burgess, L. Ecklund, Collopy, llrentel, Bursch, Schnell, One down . . . x MIDDLE PICTURE THD lion'--Hilde-lirzinclt Grzmdquist. V. Larson, Lohman. G. lit-eniea, Meisner. Heimann, Kelloxiii. V. Larson, Krueger, Hackett. Miller. Fourth Row--Linner. Moody. Linnell. Hodnett. H. Hanson. Garbe. L. Lohman. K. Johnson. Hurley. Hubman, Munson, Monty. Moore. Third Rowe--Hutson. Kichler, Morclir-k, Mekkelson, Hooley, Klindworth, U. Johnson, Kern, Glenn. ' B. Johnson. M. Harvieux, Haynes, Hart, Hall. Lofxrren. but-ond Row Magnuson. Mc-Comlwr, Kolbe. lVl. Johnson. L. llrlog'nuson, Jzlmr. Lyons, Kelm, Hagen. Kahl. Graham. I.. Johnson. Murray. First Row flVloulton, Henning. Guslandcr. Barber, Greeder. Grnhznn, Maxwell, Ilentz. Mueller, J. Loquea. Huestis, l.. Harvieux, Harvieux, Kutz. BOTTOM PICTURE Ton Row-W. Bloom, Berggren, Follestad. Edstrom. Fr-ely. Clay, Beaudet, L. Bloom, Bodlerick, Arndt. Fourth Row--Brochman, Casanova. Croonouist, Anderson. Clemens, M. Racke. S. Douville, Ageton, Barker. Bastien, Frawley. Third Row fAsrnus. Curtis, Brown. A. Barber. Darrington, Burgess. F. Cedarbloom. H. Backe, Akey, Ecklund, Benson. R. Carlson. Svc-ond RowfChristianson, Daly. G. Erickson, P. Carlson. Evans, Erhorn. Benoe, Burnholdt, A. Chitas. Ciosman, M. Chitas. H. Carlson, W. Brochlnnn. Beebe, J. Douvillo, Cedzirbloom. Beyer, PRES MAN CLASS President Y..,............,....... ---Bill Hurley Vice-President -----.------------- James Douville Secretary-Treasurer --------.----- Mitzi Rowland Adviser-,. ------------------ Miss Margaret Ernst . . . and three to go! Starting in the fall by giving us two excellent assembly programs, the Freshman class, under the able leadership of Miss Ernst, have had a very successful year. They produced a clever Chinese fantasy, "The Turtle Dove," to enter in the one-act play con- lest. "The Rookies News," edited by Richard Bar- ker, contains only news of, by, and for the Freshman Class. The paper was organized by the class of 'L38" in their freshman year. There are one hundred and eighty-six fresh- men in the class. This is one of the largest class- es in the history of the high school. The "Frosh" put on their annual class party in the fall and it proved to be a great success. Buster Hildebrandt distinguished himself in basketball. Bob Edstrom and Frank LaCrosse earned letters in football. Many other freshmen appear to be promising material for future foot- ball teams. The Class' spirit was revealed when it had the distinction of having the largest number of students present at the homecoming parade. Although the freshmen have three years more in high school, it isn't so bad going to Stillwater High School, is it, freshmen? Douv ille. Rowland, Hurley . reslunan Officers ...af 'l'0l' I'lC'l'U RFI . onor t ocicty . unior ca cmy Top Row Nvlson. Kilnaxtriclt. Davis. Krog. Kempf. lllfilgnixson. Jones, 'l'hol'ccn. 'f'l1ir:l lion' In-zlcll. liydccn. livrnstvin. l.lincl. Johnson, l"ivci'ln:llin, Gerson. Hi-niscli. Sm-conrl Row llrcchslvr, Olson, Staxnvli. Rydi-n, Sicsrf'l'ii'd, Hviincssvy. VV:1lti-rs, Conliors. First Row Scliroi-tlcr. 'l'm-ligc, Riscndzll, liaitlrlsitz. Shores. Stilrkcl, Toli-n. BOTTOIVI PICTU RR Top lion' Curtis, Shl'l'l'lll'll. Kricscl, Swisher. Wzlrnizln. Rydvn, Sii'gf'l'ivrl. Sui-onrl Row l,llSl'l1. Bvl'gcl', Chial, lin-rnstein. llnrlvy, Brown. Stilcs. Scli0l:lmlvl'. Johnson First Row--Nelson, Warden. Bernstein, Hanson. Reed, Marty, Christianson. W N Naitifmiizll idonor ,Society Pins, they say, don't mean a thing. Don't be- lieve a word of it. A pin carrying the insignia of the National Honor Society means a great deal. Scholarship, leadership, character, and ser- vice these are the qualities behind that pin. Membership in this society means that you are standing on a little hard-earned pedestal all your own. There is a trip each spring for the members of the organization. It gives them an opportuni- ty to visit near-by colleges and interesting plac- es. This gives the students a chance to better their own school. In short, it is a culmination of the year's activities. The members anticipate the trip all year. This year, as a school service project, this group voluntarily conducted a vigorous cam- paign against cribbing. In our school, National Honor Society means something. ejllllifll' AIIHCICIIIF' OT bCiCllCL' Beaker, burette, and test tube bring enjoy- ment to interested science students who were outstanding enough to be selected as members of this honorary society. The main purposes of the newly installed organization are to stimulate interest in science, encourage individual initia- tive, and raise scholastic attainment through science projects. Students with definite scientific interests and ambition may receive their reward in the form of a membership in this society. Each member is given a definite project, whether it be in analytical chemistry or in science. Several of the more prominent members were sent to the annual convention which took place at St. John's University, Collegeville, Min- nesota, in April of this year. At this meeting Donald Swisher told about the organization, ac- complishments and projects of the Stillwater group. general o bcicncc Vi' A If Ai ik k 1, 1 ,XA vx, A Qfg,,fiffW f Q1 'Lf - A,Ll 53 iffg ,, I if X , ff! 11 if C! HCTIVITIE5 35 Student jounci Top Row- -Barker. Follestad, Hurley, Kreimer, Hanson. Berg. Neumeier. Tllird Row Davis, Benson. Kunzelnizln. Lund. Johnson, Bloom. Sc-cond Row -Wolf. Madsen. MacDonald, Woodmancy. Joncs. Helnsch. Nelson. Hart. First Row-McPhetres, Ryden. Walters, Tolen. Plaunt. Mr. Kuhlman, Connors. 'TUDE TCUU CIL Betty Tolen .,,. James Plaunt--- Mr. Kuhlman ..,. Lila Waltersse- Aye! No! Carried! Defeated! So sounds a Student Council n1eeting as it gets into full swing, with the various members vigorously de- claring their advisory groups' views on issues before the council. This year, more than ever be- fore, council members have struggled to better school life and conditions through a well-organ- ized, well-run governing body. ln fact, the rep- resentatives were strictly checked by the groups they represented. By the close of the school year, a majority of the advisory groups had an opportunity to witness the proceedings of the council. Meetings were held in the auditorium to accomplish this purpose. Now, we students can rest assured that no one person or group has sway in the councilg that our wishes are ably presented and fought for. We know that the management of school affairs is in the hands of our elected representatives to the greatest poss- ible extent. Our system of student participation is, per- haps our dearest school possession. It colors our whole school life by changing it from mere routine to interesting activity. The spirit of co- operation it develops among us is an important ----------s--Pres1dent --- -- -- -Vice-President Second Vice-President --,A----------Secretary phase of our training for the future. VVithout student government we would be simply high school students, with no active sense of responsi- bility, and with lax ideas of what we wanted and thought about school affairs. Stillwater High School's council is a member of the Northwest Federation of Student Coun- cils. Every year delegates from Stillwater have attended a federation convention at some school in the organization. This year on November 12 and 13 our school was host to students from fifty-three schools. Each member of the federa- tion was given an opportunity to learn of other high school's extracurricular activities. Absorb- ing discussions were held on assemblies, finance, point systems, social affairs and methods of student management. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy- -so Stillwater entertained its guests with a banquet and dance in the eve- ning. And, so, we the students of Stillwater High School, say to the world, "Come and see us. We're proud of our school and our student go- vernment. Our Student Council is setting an ex- ample for others to follow." ASS61llIJly C Assclilhly CTOIIIIIITHCC The buzz and hum in the auditorium fades as the senior announcer ascends the steps to the stage. The assembly committee proves its Worth in providing three assemblies each week, con- sisting of everything from amateur hours to light opera. It has a very difficult job, for the results of its efforts are judged by the entire school body. Chairman, Gertrude Hemsch, with members Kathleen Jones, James Plaunt, and Alice Kollin- er have entire charge of financing and securing programs. They are aided in this by having each advisory group responsible for one assembly. Neighboring schools are kept in close con- tace with us through the committees efforts in planning the exchange programs. This affords the students an opportunity to see and hear tal- ent of other high schools. Y Finance Committee Worry, worry, worry' -everybody worries, but the finance committee wories more about money than any other high school organization. Harriet McPhetres heads this committee compos- ed of Jerry Havens, Clemens Johnson, and Mari- lyn Nelson. They are responsible for keeping school activities on a paying basis. The major problem this year was the struggle to pay for the new football uniforms. Basketball and foot- ball receipts are the sources used to sponsor the athletic enterprises of the school. Debate and declamation are supported by money from the activity fund. Shakespeare's Dream ticket sale keeps this fund "out of the red." To the business men of Stillwater much credit is due for supporting school projects. A balanced budget was the accomplishment of this industrious committee. Top Picture Hemsch. Jones. Plaunt. Kollinor Bottom Picture Johnson, Havens, McPhetres. Nelson omm ittcc inance ommittee 'F lf""f Q. anal Building Committee "Have you a permit to be in the halls?" booms out an unexpected voice and immediately some poor, unsuspecting soul finds himself im- mersed in "hot waiter" unless he has the re- quired message. Chairman of this committee is llarold Parnell, and members are Bob Berg, Worth Bloom, Eigel Madsen, Earl Goerss, Ly- man Doe, and Helen Thoreen. They have done an excellent juli this year in keeping halls and lockers clean, preventing loitering, and, in gen- eral, keeping the building in good condition. ltesponsihility for keeping the building in good condition rests entirely with the students. Coop- eration with the Hall and Building committee is the students' duty. Top l'ictul'v 's lxloon Hour Lonnnitlcc The Noon Hour committee, a comparatively new organization, has made such rapid strides this year that they have become one of the most outstanding committee. Karl Benson and his as- sistants, Keith Clements, Leland Berger, Bud Swanson, Jerry Havens, Lois Raddatz, and Joan Bird have given the students noon hour activities including: movies, dancing, and various gym work. Between twelve and one o'clock they have assisted in keeping the halls cleared. The domes- tic science cafeteria and the cafeteria proper are kept clean and well ordered through the ellorts of this committee. liar-k Row Got-rss, Berg. Bloom, lVlzulson. lim' Front Row 'l'horv0n. B2iI'lil'l'. Bottom Pict nrt' Madsen .Ht-rg. Radclatz. Henson. P'nrnt-ll Clements Wellarc Committee Yell C Jost ancl ommittcc L ounc ommittce Top Picture Madsen. Bloom. Hildebrandt. w Wcllz1l'c Lolnnlittcc Cheering the hearts of stu- dents who are ill is the job of Erna Madsen, chairman, Worth Bloom, and Pat Hildebrandt. Their small duty adds a great deal of enjoyment to those who are in need of it. Middle Picture Y cf0I'l1llllttCC "Fifteen Beam." So runs a typical mass meeting in S. H. S. Chairman lerry Davis, Stub Daly, and Richard Tuenge, carried out their jobs well this year with the help of the new skit com- mittee. big' rahs for the 39 Daly. Davis, Tuenge. Bottom Picture Henncssey, Krog. Woodmancy Lost - Founcl Com in ittcc The Lost and Found commit- tee sponsors an auction each year at which unclaimed arti- cles are offered for sale. Betty Woodmancy, Chairman, Elaine llennessey, Dorothy Krug, also collect a small amount from people who come to retrieve lost goods. cccption L. CCIICVB' L3 i Top Picture Schroeder. Johnson. Hemsch Rottoin Picture Lund, liclideuu. Bergcr, Fullcstad Reception ll0ll1l1llHCL' "Here we have the Chemistry Labl' or "The Kab oll'ice is the last door on the left," are two statements which will describe the most import- ant duties nt' the Reception Committee. The mem- bers have charge oi' greeting and directing visit- ors to their destiation. Clemens Johnson, former chairman, having too many points, resigned. The new chairman, lVlarilyn Nelson, is aided by lVlary Schroeder and Gertrude Hemsch. Pupils station- ed at the information desk are appointed by the chairman of this committee. A spirit of friendli- ness between schools has been developed. This an outstanding attribute of a well organized system ot student participation. N . bL'CllCl'f' Q ulnniitlcc The main job of this group is to prepare thc stage for all assemblies and plays. A secondary l1iil'l'1llill1t might be the pleasure of leaving class to carry out their duties. One member is elected each year from the freshman class, and then this position is carried through the four years. ln his fourth year, he becomes chairman ot' the committee. The senior member and chairman, Bert Lund, is assisted by l.eland Berger, junior: Irvin Belideau, sophomore: and Hob Follestad, freshman. This year they originated the plan of charging live cents for every name written on the scenery. ,loin m i t ict comm i t ict ADVI GRY GROUP To increase interest in student participation, this year the Kabekonian has included individu- al pictures and writeups of our twenty-five ad- visory groups. The basis for representation in the student council of our high school is determined in each advisory group by a group election of one of its members to the council. The representative brings his group's wishes to the council, and brings back decisions, announcements, and busi- ness that must be presented to the student body for consideration. Advisory groups are the me- dium through which all activities are advertised and sold. Each group is responsible for sponsoring one assembly program during the year. Parlia- mentary law is the written rule in conducting these meetings which last forty minutes and are held every Wednesday. The officers are elected from among the group. This year discussions were held on cheating, assemblies, the election of the school president, and the care of property. The last ten minutes of the period was usually devoted to the program committee. The diversified programs included: Professor Quiz contests, stamp collection exhibits, candy feeds, and singing. Ticket sale contests are held among the groups and much is accomplished to raise the spirit need to support the numerous activities. Miss Isacson President ....,....-. ---Lora Mae Harsh Vice President ------- --- ----- Jack Gilbert Secretary-Treasurer --------------- Helen Kerner Student Council Representative-Anne MacDonald "Three cheers for you!" You beat the "Schemers" CMr. Robbins' Advisory Groupj in a ticket selling' contest. Musically inclined, this group has a large number of band and glee club members. Their class roll also includes basket- ball, football, and Shakesepare's Dream stars. They believe that variety is the spice of life. Top R0wfGraham, McLaughlin. Garey, Harvey, Rivard, Jewell. Third Row--Stolberg. Bannister, Reed, Schwartz. Gigrich. Collopy. Second Row---Simonson. Simonet, Mordick, Johnson, Dornfeld. Pozzini. Kaphing. First Row-Kerner. Harsh. MacDonald. Miss Isacson. Gilbert. Mr. Wilson Miss Hurley E X W TOP PICTURE Top Row I'ay4-ttv. Clarcy, Burns. Steinacker. Smith. A1l'oltur. Larson. Third Row I'vuivn, I':iimt-r. Smith, K. Anderson. Bi'o1-ckcr. Christizmson. Iivlirlvzln. Sswoiid Row Rviiaincl. Ns-lson. liivliert. O'Nv:il, Glass, Lacey. Carlson. Stunck. Hz1l'nhoIiII. Murphy. First Row Schncll. Krcimvr. Clements. Mr. Wilson. In Anderson. Connors. Cover. BOTTOM PICTURE Top Row Wolfe. Schrade. Borg:-ron, Simonson. Reed. Shattuck. Whalen. Third Row Fra-tlanrl. La-Claire. Boll. Allvror-ht. Swanson. Kresenfkv. Svvoml Row Strand. Kim-klvr. l,oi'i:ren. Swunlnnd. Carlson, Zahn-I, Ilonvillm-. First Row- Mcliaughlin, Schclzmder. Benson. Miss Hurley, Bc-noe. Carroll. President ,,.-,,,.,,,............. Betty Clements Vigg President ,-,,.,,,.-,,.-,.. Lillian Anderson Secretary-'Freasurer ,...,...,,. -,Peggy Connors Student Council Representative ...,. Joe Kreimer Their minds are adept when it comes time to discuss school problems. A fiood of arguments came when a discussion on cheating was held. This serious problem needs discussion and ad- visory groups are the logical centers of conten- tion, For your share in sponsoring the West High Capella Choir in assembly, much credit is due. More power to you! President ,,.,A.... .cA...,... W illiam Benoe Vice President .,....,,...,.,... John Schelander Secretary-Treasurer ,...,,...... Kathleen Carroll Student Council Representative .,,.. Karl Benson "There's Music in the Air" is the logical song to attach to this group. Not only do they have members in band, orchestra, glee club, and choir, but they also helped sponsor the West High School Capella Choir. Music appreciation has been greatly increased this year, and to under- stand this movement, you only need to look at a group like this which stands behind each new development. Miss Bishop President ,......................... Harriet Palm Vice President ..,.....,s....,. Kenneth Peterson Secretary-Treasurer ,..,..,,........ Dorthy Toft Student Council Representative--Marilyn Nelson A worthy group with a worthy pastime- wutching the new school go up. Brick by brick, under their critical gaze, the structure risesg and soon it will emerge as the new Junior High School. As Harriet Palm presides, order is re- stored, and the meeting proceeds by leaps and bounds. Bob Deragisch proved his skill by de- feating all other contestants in the Professor Quiz contest. TOP PICTURE Mr. Peterson President ....,,.,.......... ......... B ill Bastien Vice President ....,................ Bob Edstrom Secretary-'l'reasu1'er ............. Margaret Backe Student Council Representative----Bob Follestad Here lies the salesmanship talent of the chool. Among their achievements are numbered: a 32.50 prize for selling' the most basketball tickets and a 32.00 prize to Wayne Clay for re- ceiving' the most signatures for Shakespeare's Dream. Perhaps this selling fervor is an indica- tion of future accomplishments. We congratulate you and hope that you keep up the good work. op Row Curtis, Sherrurd. Spreenuin. Ryclm-en. Schneider, D--ruprisvh. Shrunk, Ihird Row Morris, Skramstad. Wallin. Hubman, Herptgzren. Kent, Linnell. coufl Hou' Miss Bishop, Erickson. 0'Brien. Evans. Wanga-rin. Conrad. Lueck. Zzxhcl. lrst Row Dcaner. Siinonet. Toft. Nelson, Peterson. Palm. Huston. BOTTOM PICTURE op HowfFruwley, Ncske, Norm-un, Burke. Clay Moore. Collopy. Fhird Row- C. Burgess. Mordick, Moody. Clemens. Croonuuist. L, Burgess. Cusunova. mconrl Row Ciesmun, Moulton. Muck. Guslzxnder. lh,1lTl'lll2'l0l1. Asmus. Brown, Scgelstrom. First Row-Backe. Bastien, Douville. Mr. Peterson, Follestacl. Edstrom. Munson. 1 l l 1 43 i 'l'0I' l'lC'l'URE Top Row Dennis, l.ong'l1otli1nn, Dnlilko, Adkins. Phzilon. Second Row K:ilinoil', Giigrir-li. Fm-nslie, Grnnlw. lVlori:an. Olson. lfVarden, l.aVin4-. Schatlk r. Brovhmzin, Sei fort. Third Row Kilnzttrivli, Murphy, Elmo. Lott, Kresenske, Aclwrson. Hennessey, Nolan. Davis. Johnson. Murphy. Olson. Antonson. BOTTQ PM l'IC'l'Il RIC Top Row Swisher, Wojnlin. Clvnwnts, Kriesel. Grotlx. Second Row -Kruoirer. Lindirren, Kroir. Gruhaun, Keene, Vlllllll0l'. Jenson, Hut-stis, Schmidt. Gusv. Eirlitcn, Carlson, Kemlric-li. Blech. Third Row Grnnke. Bern, lreonatrd, Lutz. D. Johnson, Hart, Leander, C. Johnson. Mrs. Gower, Johnson. Sawyer. Hevht. Ertle. Miss T ourtellot President .,-,,,.,.-,.,,..,..,, Elaine Hennessey Vice President ,,...,...,.,, ..W,,. I Jucille Olson Secretary"l'reasurer ......,,,...,, Patrick Nolan Student Council Representative ,...., Jerry Davis Travel and language run hand in hand hereg they study languages in class and present travel- ogues in assembly. This proved to be one of the most interesting programs of the year. Added to this are students who have made names for themselves in debate, delaniation, and draniatics. 5 Mrs. Gower President ..,,,.........ss....... Gerald Leander Vice President- ..,,s.....Y.,,s.,.A.., Betty Hart Secretary .......,.........,.., Betsy Mae Jensen Treasurer .s.......s,....,......... Phyllis Keene Student Council Representative-Cleniens Johnson The "mixing bowl" of the Junior Class. VVhy'? Out of it comes administrative, athletic, and debate leaders of the class of '39. They promise to become the future leaders who will carry the reputation of Stillwater High School to bigger, better, and more glorious heights. TOP PICTURE Buck Rowfflialluhn. Traxinor. Schrank. Scullen, Feeley. Hackett. Miss Powrie. Bmllorick, Patrick, Hull. Lutz. Front Row Risendal. Kutz. Powell, Brown. M. Rowland. Brocknian. BZll'liC1', J. Rowland. Kern, Curtis. Ryland. Tusliu, Akey. Henning. Greeder. B ' BOTTOM PICTURE Hack Row Agn-ton. Fenske. Hill. Bloom, Brockman. Monty. Eckluncl, Gzirlio. Ries, Rzmdzlll. Carlson. Douville, Strand, Hooley, Anderson. Front Row Daly, Swannian. Barnholdt. H. Baz-ko. Haines. Klindworth, Mekkclson. Miss Ernst. Hanson. Granquist, Rulinc. Rydeen, Lofgrcn. Thompson. Miss Powrie President .,,..... .,....,.. J ames Rowland Vice President ..,... .... - --Patricia Curtis Secretary-Treasurer .,.e........ -Jessie Em Kern Student Council Representative-,Richard Barker Skill is displayed by a knowledge of art ef- fects. This is proved by the fact that this talent- ed group won second prize in the Shakespeare's Dream bulletin board contest. Next comes pro- ficiency for keeping minutesg here Mitzi Row- land, Freshman Class secretary is found. This active group is typical of all freshmen advisory groups. 45 Miss Ernst President ..................... Donald Granquist Vice President ............. .... H elen Barnholdt Secretary-Treasurer .............. Bonita Haines Student Council Representative--Howard Hanson Here sits the "popcorn man" CDonnie Gran- quistj who "brought the house down" in Shake- speare's Dreamg not to mention Olive Oil fHelen Barnholdtj and Popeye fEmmy Lou Dalyb. They have social moments, toog as was evidenced by a skating party at Bayport. In a winter setting the ring of gleaming blades on the ice made these students drop, temporarily, their cloak of learning and don that of gaiety. lop R TOP PICTU RE ow Johnson, Juxrir. Mzlclsi-n. Rau-dvr, Shores. Goa-rss, Rivkort 1 lhirml Row Ilnholt. Ninpolflt, Wzlltt-rs. llfioc-lloiuilcl. Kollinvr, l lnnnt, Sanford. 1-ond lion' furlron, Nvskv. l.s-zwli, Thorvnv. liunrl. Swanson. Anderson. llrst Row---Murphy. Lund. I':u'noll. Miss Moore. Risendal, Berger, Larson. BOTTOM PICTURE lon Row Pilquist. Wm-iss. Ii. Johnson. Hn-iinonn, M4-isnt-r. Horlnett. Tihln-tts. Quist. lhirml Row Swanson. Stiles. Peterson, Lzirson. Vern Larson. Murray, Miller. Wl'l'iCXN'1ll'li1. 1-ond Row Sontzuyr. Mmlsn-n. Pvlllt-n, lmntz. l.0ql1t':L. Pretzel. Glenn. Huostis. rst llow -Maxwell. White, Hurley, Mr. Hiller. Hurvieux, Whitbecli. Ii. Johnson. Miss Moore President, , ,,,.,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,.,,, Harold Purnell Vice l'resident-..-,f ..,,Dolores Murphy Secretary-Trensurer A.,,f,..,..f,, Phyllis Berger Student Council Representative ...,,,. Bert Lund The 'lshining light" we cull this home room. Take a look, and you'll find you're "seeing: stars." They sponsored the Thespian one-act play, "The Patterson Dinner," for their assembly progrrain. Also, their argulnents have made them well known. It is perhaps the only home room with four Student Council members. They are Bert Lund, Jznnes Plaunt, Lila Walters and Harold Parnell. 46 Mr. Biller l'resident ,,,,,,.f,,,,..e,...,,., Babette Johnson Vice l'resident,,,.,, ..,, ,,,Philip Whitlmeck Sec'retztry-Treusurer,- .,.,,, ,Mildred Harvieux And here you will he seeing' freshmen "stars," They are Bill Hurley, president of the freshman class, Babette Johnson, the freshman declalnation winnerg and leader of this group in ticket sales for the year was Bill Murray. Do you remember the 'KMoran and Mack" movies? This advisory group was responsible for them. Mr. Robbins President ,,....,-..x,....,,..... Richard Tuenge Vice President ..,.,...,,....,.. George Goulette Secretary-Treasurer,.. ........... Marion Stevens Student Council Representative-Patricia Connors "Schemers" is certainly an appropriate name for this group because of their ingenuity in at- tempting to beat all advisory groups in a ticket selling contest. "Curses! Foiled again!" was the cry of its members, for the majority of students saw through their plan and refused to accept it. Better luck next time! Not to be forgotten is the amateur program which they presented in assembly. All those with talent had an opportun- ity to display it at this annual event. Mr. Jansen President .,....................... Jack Flowers Vice President ..,..c..,Y,-..,.., Shirley Sakrison Secretary-Treasurer ............... Eleanor Kern Student Council Representative ..,.....,v.. Betty Woodmancy 'tSwing it!" So shouted this advisory group and they followed out their exclamation by giv- ing to the Shakespeare's Dream audience the Swing Band. In addition there is the student manager of the basketball team, Jack Flowers. Although he doesn't measure up to the players in size, he makes up for it in efficiency. Betty Woodmancy, the student representative, is also chairman of the Lost and Found committee. TOP PICTURE Ton Row Larson, Bartkcy. DeWolf, Reilztnrl, Shvrrnrd. Geidel, Schmidt. Second Row 'Mac-e, Brunner. Rice. Goulette. Carlson. Clontier, Brown, Meyer. Swanson, Dreuhslvr Christianson. Mr. Robbins. Front Row Gelford. Mer-helke. Harvionx, Judkins. Bernstein. Daly. Connors. Stevens. Tuengv. Unrlvr- hill. Knehn. Cram, Zabel. BOTTOM PICTURE Top Row Leander. Astell. Paine. Fnrst-th, Castle, Bancroft, Jones, R. Peterson, Proesch, Albror-ht. Si-cond Row -f-- Flowers, Brown, Movlter. C. Peterson. Bird, Adkins. Olson, Kern. Larson. Mr. Janson. Front Row l"re-tland. Johnson. Cran, Meisner. Randall. Sakrisnn. Woodmuncy, Anderson, Schnell LaValley. Schmidt. Miss Cady President ,YA,,,Y,,,,,,Y.,,,..,, Bernice Peterson Vice President ,,,,,, , ..,.. Betty Magnuson Secretary ....-.,,.-..,....., ,s-Helen Anderson Treasurer ,vt,,...,..t.t...,,.....w., Helen Pohl Student Council Representative ,,.. Althea Ryden Junior and senior girls make this all-girl advisory group an interesting one. Validictorian and Arrow Editor, Althea liyden, and Tusitala Editor, Marie Stanek, take their stand here on school affairs. Not the least of their accomplish- ments was their melodrama, "Needle, Thread, and Jahherf' Youthful talent was exploited with a noticeable absence of stage fright, as well as scenery. TOP PICTURE Mr. Meffert President ,v,,,,., ..,, ,.v. l A eonard Bloom Vice President ,...,,. ..-R ,- -,fDonald Cailson Secretary-Treasurer ..,.,,,A..,.... Vernon Stiles Student Council Representative ,...,,.. ..,,James Kunzelman Here we find several differences from the main run of advisory groups. In the first place it consists entirely of freshmen and sophomore boy '. Another important fact is that they have good informal discussions not only on school problems and athletic problems, but also on holm- bies. Surely leadership is the outcome of an at- mosphere such as this. limp Row Scirirvlko. lVlac'Ilonald, Wall. Hn-rhert. l'Iclte1'. Stanels. Ranum, Brassard. Rim-hcrt, Vollnicr. l'hird Row l'ix'vrlnzlnn, Holtorf, Shatto, Jones. Schwartz, Jonson, liadd. A. Johnson. Kimkor. Svc-ond Row Miss Cady. Gamvalia, Cats-s. Crook. lserman. Ceisman, Thompson, Wellman, Rydeon. First Row V. Johnson, Colm-, Peterson. Ryde-n. lVlaiznuson. Anderson. .Bl'4lt'l'kl'I'. B0'l"l'OM PICTIJ KE l'op lion Clark, lit-tim-n. liollpath, Bixby, Proesch, Bergrvr, Beandct, Kelloirpr. l'hird Row l.:uix:1-, Em-klund. Sc'lmul', Boyer. Simon. Hildvlmrandt. Johnson. Bvclw. 'ii-1-ond Row Pisrcl-. I.. Harris-ux. Boll, lie-nson. Kivklur, W. Harvivux. Cedarbloom. R. Carlson. First Row Cliristiansc-n, Stiles. Bloom, Mr. Mm-Wert, D. Carlson. Kunzelman. H. Carlson. .pn TOP PICTURE Top Row- B. Swanson. Ziinmurinan. Gogirin, Uteclit, Erickson. Bloom, Simonet, Koch. Third Row Mr. Rorinan, Ds-Cnrtins. lVl:1clJonzild, Casanova, Cutler. Crunk. Grady. Judd, Swanson Second Row Anderson. Anclrowson, Asmus, Bouuclet Erlitz, Golford. Smith. First Row' Bcrpsgrrcn. Croonquist, Comfort, Anderson, Beers. Shatto. Nelson. BOTTOM PICTURE Top Row -Gunderson, Gillstrom, Lee, Friday. Nlnunsell. Whalen. Murphy. Third Row -Nippoldt. Ingersoll, Glzxshrenner, Steinbeiser, Mc-Donouprh, Christenson, l.ohinvr. Second Row D. Johnson, Oltmuns, Buckley. Hallin, Smith, Shvrrard. B. Johnson. Mondor. Second RowfAnd0rson. Andrewson, Asmus, Beaudet, Erlitz. Gelford, Smith. Mr. Rorman President .,,.,...,,....,.... .,Harriet Anderson Vice President ..H,...,,.,, .... E dward Simonet Secretary-Treasurer ,,Y.....,.,.. Nancy Comfort Student Council Representative ,.e, Worth Bloom This g:roup's main stand-by seems to be foot- ball: for of all the things accomplished this year, their greatest achievement comes as touchdowns and goals. Also prevalent is an interest in music, which was evinced by presenting' an assembly pro- grani consisting' of the high school band. Harmony in work and play seem to be their objective. 49 Miss Watson President .....s....s,.....,....... John Lohmer Vice President ............,....-. Marion Peulen Secretary-Treasurer ,,..,.....,..,s Doris Holmes Student Council Representative,-Karl Neumeier To the tune of martial music and fiashing instruments, Johnny Lohmer keeps his advisory group "out front." With twirling baton and res- plendent in red, black, and white uniform, John- ny proves his ability. Here, also, we find the chairman of the dance committee for the Student Council Federation, Karl Neumeier. ..,-.,...., line A TOP PICTURE Top Row--Shvrocl. Doo. Wolll'. Third R.OVK'f'Bl'l'fl,'Sll'Il. Simon. Nelson. Noskv. Cnllopy, Halllin. Sullivan. Ilnnielson. l':u'k0l'. S1-roml Kun Nieki-y, Barlnvr. Henson, Swanson. Hvnning, Kuehn. Zulwl. Huglws. First Row Humsch, Grendel: 'l'ohisr'l1. Miss Witt, Volllnvr, Sullivan, iVlc'llonoug:h. BOTTOM PICTURE Ton Row Mc-yer. S1-hm-iss:-r, Sprvn-man, lmholt. Hswoml Row Cnvvr. Johnson. Folxlow. 'I'ol't, Cl,vlm'l'. First Row Sullivan, MiIl'l2lIlil. Havens. Noack. Mr. Norgrvn. lVlovn. Jackson, LaCrosse. linll. Miss Witt Mr. Jackson President YY,,,,,..,,. f,.,.,..... G erry Tobisch President ,,A,.,Y ,W -,,- -,Y-,, C in-1 Nunck Vice President ,,.,....,,. ...,. M argaret Vollmer Vice President ,,.,e, Y,,,--,-,, A ,-Jean Mm-imm Secretary-Treasurer ,...,..,,... Eleanor Greeder Secretary-Treasurer YY,,w',,YY A--ljelmis Sullivan Student Council Representative-Gertrude Hemsch As the clack of typewriters dies down, the student representative comes forth from the en- suing silence. This home room boasts of two well known entertainers- Gerry Tobisch and Russell Wolff. They often lead their group in community singing. Lyman Doe, who was chairman of the Home- coming Committee, is a member of this assem- blage. 5 Student Council Representative-- -Jerry Havens As the din and clatter of the manual train- ing room ceases, Jerry Havens rises to tell this group of boys the work of the Student Council. Jerry is a member of the Finance Committee. Another highlight is a freshman who promises to become one of the sport headliners in years to come, Frank LaCrosse. Miss McShane President ...,.,,,.. ..,,..... B everly Rydeen Vice President g,,,,,..,.g,,, ...-. ..,,sAlice Apell Secretary .,......Y......,..,..... Anne Peterson 'l'reasurer ,,,,,,.,.. ,, .,...A,,,,, Helen Magnuson Student Council Representative,,Kathleen Jones Bringing back old memories of several years ago was accomplished by the assembly program sponsored by this home room, for they brought several former boys of our school, now attending' Gustavus Adolphus. They discussed sports and college life. All of these boys were former lead- ers of S. H. S. Kathleen Jones is a member who is president of the Junior Class and was secretary of the Northwest Federation. Miss Lysne President .......................... Mary Chitas Vice President ...,.....,............ Roger Billy Secretary-Treasurer ...........,. Lois Magnuson Student Council Representative ......... Pat Hart This group of freshmen entertain themselves in the advisory group period by discussing the problems which confront a Rookie. It also seems that they have had many "treats" during the year. If you perchance interrupt this crowd you will find a member reading stories. They also helped to sponsor the Hamline program. 'FOI' PICTURE Top Row -Wert, Slierrurd. Lohnier, Schorr, Deaner. Third Row Glzisbrenner. Vollmer, Bown, Wilson, Leu. Dilluy. Fm-ond Row Pauley. Pasch, Hnlsten, Bernstein, Madsen. Tennyson. First Row Sawyer, Apell, Rydeen, Miss McShane. Peterson, Thoreen, Jones. BOTTOM PICTURE Top Row -I.. Lohman. Kruegrer, Olsen. R. Lohman, Schmoeckel. Third Row Roettyxer. Sehnell, Munson, Nelson, Bursch. Granbergr. Schaar. Graham. Second RowWNorprren. Scheel. Nic-derer. Kelrn, Erhorn. Jang. Benoe. Miurnnson. Arnclt. First Row fMneller, Hart, Chitas. Miss Lysne, Billy. Magnuson, Thron. 1 Mr. Beck President ,,,,Y, .,,,,.. M ary Schroeder Vice President .,,v,, -- ,nliichard Malone Secretary-Treasurer ,.....f,Y,,,,,,e.. Jack Boyd Student Council Representativen, .,,,,, Harriet McPhetres "Come one, Come all To the Bargain Ball" . . . characterizes this advisory group for they put on one of the most entertaining: dances of the year. They have, also, attained promin- ence in the varied fields of debate, dramatics, and sports. A most important personage, the school president, Betty Tolen, helps comprise this group of luminaries. TOP PICTURE 'op liow Svnllvn. Burns. Jiivkson. Biivklvy, F. Johnson. Miss Gottry President ..,,,,,,, ,.,.... . - -vlilwood Patten Vice President .e..,. ..,,, ,,,,,,e. K i npr Hall Secretary-'l'reasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Leland Berger Student Council Representative ,,,,. ltohert Berg When an all-lmoy advisory group voluntarily starts a discussion on clothes, dates, and person- al cleanliness, that speaks well for those boys. lt is rare, if ever, that a group of boys is togeth- er long enough to discuss their own problems: and, therefore, this meeting was a golden oppor- tunity to get everything' oil' their minds. l'hird Row Patrivk. Holinos, Kompf, l. Johnson. Warinan. Yonnirquist. Gerson. Starks-l. or-ond Row Sontazr, 'I'nrni1nist. Ni-lson. Lutz. Tolt-n. Siegfried. Banc-roft, lizistimi. First Mow Raddatz. Malone, Mrl'hetres. Schroeder, Boyd. Whalen. Mr. Bi-ck. fl. BOTTOM PICTURE 'op Row Smith. llahlonist. Larson. S. Noreen. Roettiier. l.ein. Plonrde, l'hiriI Row Garb:-, Pilqnist. Bergror. Kollandor. Patton. B. Swanson. R. Carlson. H. Carlson, Hall. Si-cond Row --Miss Gottry, l.. Anderson, Wert, Newman, l.. Swanson. Thompson. Borden, Roy. llzihl, 'irst Row Wilson. lnigvrsoll. Johnson. Diuniels. Bs'rg', l.. Noreen. R. Anderson. s 4. f"'K l ,. TOP PICTURE Ton Row -Dilts. Ostenflorf. Wolf. Clay. Clnrry. Sannc, Radlnll, -Izirrxqy Hztllin. Kolhe. First Row Miss Fulmcl, Kahl. Soucy. liclislu. Stcinerk. Ludwig, Ness. BOTTOM PICTURE Top ltow-Hngrcn. Seidlcr. Johnson. Nelson. Brentel, Steven. Rhode, Kalk, SXVilllilllHl. Anditt Cedarbloom. Second lion' Koettyror, Lyons. Chitzls, McCombOr, Graham. M. Snll' Peulcn. Linncr. P. Sullivan, Kolhe. Pnsch, D. Johnson iran, First Ron' Fnrstnd, Mnllingcr. Miss Blomqnist. Madsen, Robertson. Schroeder, Linnell. Marty. Miss Fabel l'resident .,.,.,. -W ,g,..,,,,.,, Agnes Belisle Vice President .,..,. ...,, . s,,, E laine Steineck Secretary-'1'reasurer ,,...,,f,...f.., June Ludwig' Student Council Representative ,,.., Helen Wolf Here .is an ambitious group of girls who planned a hike f something that no other group even considered. The most important sub- jects and extra curricular activities stressed here are home economics, music, and dramatics. Fol- lowing: up their musical interests they presented an assembly program of swing' music by Gert Crimmins and Loren McNab. 53 Miss Blomquist President ..e,s,,,..., .,,. .,,. B e tty Robertson Vice President ,...... ,..,,..,, M elba Schroeder Secretary-Treasurer ,,,..e..,,,, Dorothy Linnell Student Council Representative .,e. Erna Madsen Miss Blomquist claims the special distinction of having the best looking' freshman girls. Any objections from the rest of you? Their members are well taken care of, for Erna Madsen, the student representative, is chairman of the Welfare Committee. a X. N Q bil3IviCSPCilI'C S Dl'CUllI l Adkins. MacDonald. Tuenge. Palm. Parnell. Starkel. Sherrard. Erickson. Jackson. SHAKESPEAREFS DREAM Adolph, a life guard .................... ..,. B ruce Erickson Milly, his sweetheart ....................,.... Merilyn Jackson Andrew Postelwaite, wealthy land owner ...,.... Robert Adkins Lucius Rayburn, Jean's fiance ............ ,.., B udd Sherrard Edgar Tolliver, an auctioneer .... .... H arold Parnell 'tFlops" Fry, sweet sixteen ........... ...... H arriet Palm Jack Smith, a sailor .................... .... R ichard Tuenge Jean Postelwaite, Andrew's daughter .... ---Anne MacDonald Carol Greenwood, in love with Lucius ------.- Dorothy Starkel A newsboy --....---...---..-----...-- ---Cloyde Pierce Picture, Adolph, a lifeguard, who can't swim, but instead, stands on shore roaring directions at a sailor in his efforts to save "Flops" Fry. Why? Adolph was afraid to get his feet wet. That was but one of the humorous scenes in the 17th annual Shakespeare's Dream. The plot revolved around a real estate deal- er and an odorless glue factory which was ap- parently anything but odorless. "Mm-There's Something in the Air" was the theme song of the play. As one might expect, a sailor started things, and that sailor, Jack Smith, starts by giving Jean Postelwaite a queer feeling in the region of her heart. With an objecting, rich father, Andrew Postelwaite, to mar her bliss, as well as a fiancee, Lucius, and a southern rival, Carol, Jean's troubles multiply rapidly. Adolph is constantly getting himself into trouble by telling everything he knows ibut shouldn'tJ, much to the embarrassment of those involved. Milly, his girl friend, is of no help since she is as stupid as he is and only adds to the general confusion. When Jack proves to have a business sense and Lucius shows himself to be untrue, Mr. Postelwaite is inclined to change his opinion about the sailor. A happy ending comes with Jean and her heart's desire, Jack, starting to live their "happy ever after" existence. The play is an annual all-school musical pro- duction which gives a good share of the high school population a chance to prove their sing- ing, dancing, and acting ability. Senior . Play Junior Play xiii? TOP PICTURE--Doe, Hildebrandt, Starkel, Parnell, Tucnirc, Steins-ck, Daly, Kollincr. BOTTOM PICTURE' Back Row-fTus-nitro, Glaslxrenncr, Treacy. Plaunt, Tulcii. Risendal. First Rowfconnors, Parnell. Senior Tliree-Act Play Junior Three Act Play "Through the Keyhole" "Sun Up" by William Davidson by Lulu Vollmer CAST CAST Grandma Tierney ..,o....,... ---Alice Kolliner Widow Cagle .,,. ,.......... ..... B e tty Tolen William, the butler ,,....,,. .... H arold Parnell Pap Todd ....,. -- ..,..,... James Plaunt .Ioan ...,....,....,, ,... P at Hildebrandt Emmy Todd--- ---Patricia Connors Genevieve ---- ---- D orothy Starkel Bud Todd ------- ------ J ohn Risendal Archie --------- -------- J ohn Daly Sheriff Weeks ---- ---George Bingham Mary Tierney--- ---Elaine Steineck Rufe Cagrle ------ ------- S teve Treacy Jim Tierney ------.----------------- Lyman Doe Preacher ------- ------ H arold Parnell George Allen ---------------.--- Richard Tuenge The Stranger --------------- Robert Glasbrenner "Through the Keyhole" a noble way to get Bob ---------------------------- Richard Tuenge any amount of valuable information. Fair? Of course, or so Grandma Tierney tAlice Kollinerj said. 'tYou can learn more in five minutes through a keyhole than you can in two years of college, and, there's not so much to unlearn af- terwards," was her candid opinion. Each actor and actress was a willing puppet in the hands of Miss Ruth Moore, faculty direc- tor. The various members of the cast quickly lost their typical characteristics and with Miss Moore's adept molding, assumed the appearance and manners of those whom they were portraying. A success, dramatically and financially, this play earned the appreciation of a full house, it brought a welcome flow of funds into the senior treasury. In contrast to the usual drawing room come- dy, the class of '38 presented a stirring' drama of the Kentucky mountains, "Sun Up." Love, hate, and desire for revenge were the main themes of the play. Simple mountaineer life was portrayed with humor, pathos, and tragedy. Between acts, in keeping' with the play it- self, were two specialties: The Hill Billy Toe Teasers, and Mountain Rhythm, a hill-billy dance. This experiment in a three-act character pro- duction, directed by Miss Ruth Anne Olsen, was proclaimed by its audience as one of Stillwater High School's best plays. The receipts from this play enabled the class to finance the 1937 Junior-Senior Prom, and a percentage was donated to the Arrow fund. 55 Kala. Staff Top Row--Leach. Berger. Schroeder. Dov. Carlson, Siegfried, Walters, Jones. Bottom Row-Starkel. Tolen, Connors. Kollincr. Risendal Hemsch. Editor-in-Chief ,,,. Assistant Editor ,...,, .- Advertising lVIanager .W,..., ---- Patricia Connors Betty Tolen Alice Kolliner Assistant Advertising Manager-U ---Mary Jane Hildebrandt Circulation Manager ,.... ----- Photography Editor- -- Assistants ---------- Feature Editor ---- Assistant Editors-H Sports Editors-U Art Editor--U Typist .----.--- Proof lteader--- "Off to press!" and a sigh of relief echoes through the Kab office where day after day, the staff sat grinding out copy and counting money. The jumble of feature, sports, and advertise- ments, thanks to our editor's persistence, event- ually straightened itself into an organized an- nual. The iinishing touches made, the book was in the hands of the printers early in April. A Kabekonian new and entirely different in theme and form was the result. It was an in- formal Kabekonian with its gay marionette theme. Thank you, Bud Bunnett, for the clever puppets you prepared for our divisional pages. John Risendal ---Gertrude Henlsch ---Phyllis Berger Lyman Doe -Dorothy Starkel --Virginia Leach Gwenyth Jones -- -Richard Tuenge Mary Schroeder ----Donald Carlson Lila Walters Thelma Siegfried The subject club pictures and Writeups, characteristic of previous Kabs, were replaced by interesting description and photographs of the twenty-Afive advisory groups. Thus the aim to have clearer and more pictures of all the stu- dents Was realized. If Kab advertisements may be taken as a sign, we can safely say that prosperity is again just around the corner. The staff received excell- ent cooperation from Stillwater business men. All these details have entailed much time and hard work, but the liab Staff feels that the fun of compiling the annual was its own reward. V iusitala S ta iiii rrow cl tail: TOP PICTURE Bark Row Jones. Swisher. Carlson, Swanson, Comfort. First Row Korn. Lott. Stanek. Miss Ernst. Bernstein. BOTTOM PICTURE Back Row Hurley. Hcnnm-ssey. Lndwipz, Kempf. Swislie-in Flrickson. Davis. Nelson. Kroir. Tliird Row Thoroun. Rydevn, Peterson. Hildebrandt, Plannt. Carlson, Bancroft, Hanson. ltisenc Svc-ond Kovv-VVOotlm11nt'y. Sakrison. Nippoldt. Magnuson. Leach. Wilson. Sawyer, Lott. Schrotu Olson. First Row Nolan. Tneng'o. Shores. Ryden. Kollinur. Johnson, Neumeicr. l usitaia Between the covers of this little book lie the secret hearts of many of our students. This annual literary magazine was headed by Marie Stanek, senior editor. The staff included: Jessie Em Kern, Nancy Comfort, Gertrude Lott, Donald Swisher, Barbara Bernstein, and Bob Swanson. Many students who were too shy to other- wise express themselves did it with a whimsical poem, a bit of romantic essay, or a thrilling story. Willing' readers became the puppets of "Tusitala." They thoroughly digested what it of- fered: for in lay the key to many a personality. The efforts of this hardworking' staff were rewarded by a successful publication. 57 A FFUW' School papers can be either constructive or destructive. Our "Arrow" is the former. It's news that keeps us alive and constantly expectantg news of our interests, our activities, and our friends. Without it, school would lose its vitality. News cannot be a simple statement of facts: it must be colorfully written to attract and hold our attention. Althea Ryden heads this staff and her Voice may be heard booming out at the staff, "Those reports have to be in!" And they are! Perhaps that is the secret of its success. Antici- pation heralds the appearance of each issue, and anticipation is fulfilled each time. Stan TOP PICTURE iclintr- Fridzxy. Burns. Harris-nx. Relisle, Mr. Bastien. Banc O rclicst ra Sn-cond Row l'hulon. Slmmfl. Hzllwvy. Rivziiwl, lVloelt01'. Kzilinoll, l.:1l'son. Christiainson. Galroy, lilorunn. liohinvr. Hurley. Rice, Hur-stis. McComher. lront Row--Davis. Andrcwson. Racder. Keimer. Gilbert. B. liaustivn. Ns-lson, Bc-lidoain. ll. lin:-tii-n. BOTTOM PICTURE 'wtalnclimr B. liatstion. Mr. llztsticn. Second Row Nelson, Johnson, Davis, Anclrowson. Katlinollf lVlcComlwl'. lWUl'LE1ll1. lizu-slvr, S:-hm-Il. ront Row Hucstis. Leander. Comfort. D. Bastien, Anderson. Drcchslor. liantl Ol'Cllt'StFil Under the leadership of Mr. Bastien, the band has not lagged in the general excellency of its music, nor in its popularity. The band played at all home basketball and football games. Their annual tour was to South St. Paul. It also took part in the spring concert, where it was highly acclaimed. Among the most pop- ular numbers which it presented was the march, '41-Rig Bass Drum." Other excellent numbers were the clarinet trio, a horn solo and "Divertisseh mente Flspagnolef' ' VVe are certain that next year the band will retain .its place in the forefront of important school activities. Also under the direction of Mr. Bastien, the orchestra has steadily progressed until they are now playing music generally considered ma- terial for large symphony orchestras. In addition to providing the music for our play and other programs, the orchesta combined with the band and choir to present an extremely line spring concert. Some of the higlilights of the orchestra's part of the program were two movements from Beethoven's first symphony, Tschaikowsky's "An- dante Cantabileu and "Every Little Movement" from "Madam Sherry." Almost as much acclaim- ed by the school was the swing orchestra which played for Shakespeare's Dream. We are looking: forward to a fine music season, next year, and seem justified in our ex- pectatlons by the results of this year's work. e Me. ioir 'Q Top Row l,indl1cr1,:'. Johnson, Edstrom. B. Swanson, Plollrde. R. Swanson, Lohman. Wungerin. Brown 'Third RowfClay, Follestad. Govrss. Bro:-ker, Burns, Sherrard. Bergeron. Second Row lVIcl.aua.thlin. Jones. Evermann. Richert. Palm. Koch. Zabel. First Row-Daly. Dornfeld, Barber, Miss Fairchild. Judd. Soucy, Krueger, Krescnski. CHOIR This year the vocal music department be- cause of its increased enrollment and varied ac- tivities has been an outstanding organization. Under the direction of Miss Fairchild, the Glee Club and Choir have ably represented this field of music in our school. At Christmas time, the choir and the girls' and boys' glee clubs presented a program of Christmas music. On April fifth the instrumental and vocal groups displayed their talent in a spring concert. The varied program included negro spirituals, a Russian folksongy 'tThe Volga Boatmanf' For the Iirst time the orchestra accompanied the Choir when they presented HThe Heavens Re- sound" by Beethoven. VVith an operetta already being' planned, we are expecting exceptionally fine results from this organization next year. 59 The glee clubs meet twice each week, the boys' club alternating with the girls. Miss Fairchild, accompanied by Madlyn Sou- cy, Gwen Jones, Budd Sherrard, Earl Goerss, and Lucille Olson, attended the three-day sessions of the National Music Clinic for this region at the University of Minnesota on February 24, 25, and 26. Max T. Crone, conductor of choirs at North- western University, headed the group of sing:- ing teachers, under whom the group sang. Peter Tkach, director of the West High School Cap- pella Choir, which sang in the local high school assembly this year, assisted Mr. Krone in the Hclinic choirs" which were heard daily Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, The Stillwater boys and girls had an opportunity to hear the Min- neapolis Symphony orchestra in open rehearsal on Saturday afternoon, and that same evening took part in a concert in Northrop Memorial auditorium to mark the close of the music clinic. TOP PICTURE Standing Bernstein, Kilpatrick. Sc-ated Raddatz, Krug, Miss Powric. BOTTOM l'lC'I'llRl'I Standing: Nolan, Steiner-li, Bernstein. Seated Daly. Saxxycr, Kilpatrick. Dclbatc "Resolved that the state of Minnesota should adopt a system of unicameral legislature," was the interscholastic debate topic this year. Miss l'owrie's elficient coaching was largely respon- silmle for the line record Stillwater attained this year. Ilelmating' rose to one of the most active organizations in our school. 'l'he team included: Lois liaddatz, William Bernstein, Dorothy Krogg Robert Kilpatrick, and Helen Thoreen. 'I hey met with four Wisconsin schools and debated for the Rotary and Lions Clubs. The squad came out with honors at the Gus- tavus tournament, the regional at Macalester, and the inter-regional at. Rochester. At the semi-linals held in Stillwater, Worth- ington defeated our squad by a two to one de- rision. Let's hope that Stillwater continues to meet with as much success in debating' in future years. GO D 1 4 J rw '1 fl J 1 44 J W J f V1 'l'horccn. ldcclamalion Marcella Sawyer carried on her line work in declamation from previous years. 'tltiders to the Sea" was her selection this year that won her honors once more. She won lirst in the local con- test, and then went as far as the state, where she was eliminated. ln the humorous division, John Daly won tirst place with his reading, "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Giant?" Bob Kilpatrick giving t'De- pression in Character' 'placed tirst in oratory. Other contestants in the local contest were Patrick Nolan, a sophomore, who won much ap- plause for his humorous piece, "You're Next" and Romeo and Juliet" was well presented by a senior, Elaine Steineck. XNilliam Bernstein, also a senior, won second in the oratorical division by giving' "1iound,and Round She Goes." Hi-Y IQCSCPVCS 3551 TOP PICTURE Ton liow liarlu-r. Noaek, Dahlke. Bannister. I.. Bloom. Meisner, Whitlus-elf. T. Rowland. Soc-ond Row l'. Johnson. Hon-stis, l'atriL'k. C. Risendal. D. Christensen, Frawlt-y. l.inns-r. Front Row l.. Hell, Clay, J. Rowland. Brovckelx Clark. Follestad. Larson, Douville. BOTTOM PICTU RE l"oorth Row Lneek. ll. Magnuson, Jenson. A. Peterson, Bcandet, B. Wilson. J. Nelson, Hoi-stis lil Anderson, A. Johnson. Cole, Siegfried, Brown. Hennessey, Jagg, Cutler, Stanek, Ness. Third Row -C. Swanson, M. Vollmer. Madson, Palm, H. Magnuson. Jones. l4llK'iXYi1l,'. l7rvc-hsler. Hallin F. Vollmer. Larson. Christianson, Brochman, XVhalen, Toft, B. Peterson. Sawyer. D. .Iohnso Sec-ond Row -Hildebrandt. Holsten, Murphy. Tobisch, Asmns, H. Anderson. Eichten. B. Ryder-n, Thoxu Hecht, Starkcl. Evermann, Nesko. Gerson, M. Swanson, Ninpoldt, Pzinlvy, Comfort. First lion' Grady, I.. Johnson. lVlePhetl'es. J. Wilson. Shores. Swanson. Leach. Sc-lii'om-slcr. King Tennyson, Jndkins. Anell. Stevens. H. Krueger. Turnouist, M. Nelson. llresliinan-Sophomore Hi-lH'r The Freshman-Sophomore Hi-Y Club serves a definite purpose. It provides facilities for those members of the first two years of high school, who are interested in developing their character. Just as the senior group, the Los Gatos Chapter, has for its goal, the motto 'lTo create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and the com' munity high standards of christian characteri' so does the junior group work for that ideal. This club has open membership. This means any boy in school is eligible for membership. Those boys who show real interest in this or- ganization are then considered for membership in the senior group where the membership is voted in by preferential ballot. On November 26-27, this club sent delegates to the Hi-Y Conference which was held in Hud- son, VVisconsin. N cl i rl Reserves This year the Girl Reserves built their club up to an enrolled membership of over eighty girls. Under the able leadership of Miss Ruth Moore, the club became one of the most active service clubs in the school. The Girl Reserves sponsored the first all-school dance, and the pro- fits were spent for their numerous service pro- grams. As part of this program, a large Thanks- giving basket was sent to the relief organization to distribute. During the Christmas season a par- ty was held for need, little girls. Each child was given a gift and refreshments were served. A large delegation of Girl Reserves attended a conference in Minneapolis, December ll. Round table discussions on vocations were held. In Gctober an exceptionally fine banquet was given by the club for their mothers. me -we ' Q75 ' s , .R TOI' PICTURE l alcnt tlul, 'illi7 lliirfl lion' f'onnors. Stn-ini-rlt. 'l'llv1ig'0. lizistivn, lit-rnstn-in. Daly, lmzirh. -1-ond Row Toll-n, Olson, l'zirn1-ll. l'launt. Carlson, Kollilwr. Hiltlebrainmlt. l irst, liow .loin-s. Stzirlufl. Short-s, Miss Hurley, Ruddaltz, Stevens. BOTTOM PlCTURE -1-ond Row Connors, Tolon. l':irnvll. lf1ll'IlUl'. Kollinvr. liisontlal. lirst Row Sawyer. Starkcl. lrt-ach, Stcincck. Hildebrandt. " N r N rl12liClliLcwilll3 The aim of the Talent Club is to serve as a means by which the talents of the students may bc cultivated. To be eligible for membership, in this society, one must be an upperclassman, and at some previous time have displayed one's tal- ent whether it be in music, dramatics, declama- tory, or dancing on the stage. This year's club has twenty-one members. The ofiicers are: President, Shirley Shoresg Sec- retary, Pat Hildebrandt. 'l he outstanding service function of the club is the presentation of the traditional Christmas assembly. Miss Hurley, the club's adviser, di- rected 'AA Babe at the Inn," a religious play, produced for the Christmas program. The cast included: Virginia Leach, Elaine Steineck, Patricia Connors, Edwin Conrad, Alice Kolliner, l'at Hildebrandt, Richard Barker, John Daly, Harold Parnell, and Earl Wangerin. lllicspian flulu Hats off to a group of real Thespiansl This year's organization holds the distinction of being the first to produce a class one-act play without. faculty supervision. "Winter Sunset," senior onc- act drama, was successfully directed and produc- ed by the senior members. The play gave a very creditable showing when compared with the faculty-directed productions of the other three classes. "The Patterson Dinner," cast produced by members of the club, was presented at three schools, as part of the school's exchange pro- gram. This comedy was given at the school as a regular assembly program. Ten seniors and one junior complete the club which is headed by Virginia Leach, president. Other of'l'icers are Dorothy Starkel, secretary and Elaine Steineck, vice president. 62 licspian HTHLETICS 675 FOOTBALL GAMES Sept. 24----The inspired Ponies, won their first game of the season by de- feating the heavier, more experienced U. High team. The game was full of tense moments, but in spite of all odds, they won 13-7. 0ct.lfOur Stillwater Ponies bowed their heads to a 7-6 defeat by White Bear. The Bears were a faster and more aggressive team. This was the first league encounter of the year. Oct. 8-Because of the rain, both the Columbia Heights and Stillwater teams were handicapped by the wet grounds and the slippery ball. Stillwa- ter won, 6-O, and rose to third place in the league. Oct. 15-After playing a very good game on the North St. Paul gridiron, the Ponies lost, 12-6. It was a hard fought game throughout, and the Polars capitalized on some of the several so- called breaks and won. Oct. 22- The South St. Paul Packers eliminated any hopes that the Ponies may have had to gain the suburban league championship by defeating us 27-0. The winning team was very well- balanced and heavy, and seemed to have no trouble in trampling us. Nov. 5- -Stillwater, after journeying to St. Louis Park, was defeated 7-0. Al- though Stillwater had several scoring opportunities, we could not score. Nov. 11-In a very closely contest- ed game, the Ponies took a one point victory over St. Paul Academy by a score of 8-7. Stillwater did not get its converted point, but took the lead after a safety was scored. The teams, how- ever, were very evenly matched. 'S wr s 3' gf' 5' X V x xv'-. 3 -f 3 B q7.i?a53g. "1 A . . , ,W ..," , IN. Y 'Huh ,f W 'wx . ff-11 ww!! 1 ' 5 M, 0 , " A .. sg, g. A! b v ' ,.Aj-rm, , ...L f i Enya 'WY Q , , w,, ,Q Q ,b Sb ,J if IM 'A mv Af 1 A. 9 A A . . ,., , fy 5 ,f iw. -Q" lg!v,"'E new ' 1 " . I A V' H 5 7 K' " H 7 6 h-- 'wiv 'ilzf " 4. Wy 2 . . if s.'jgjggQg . f-.fwvm - A ug- " - 5 5 : 329 - 1 5 H1 sis q 9' A Iv s ' 5.-- ' psyd' r AW x xg t K x ' 'l '4 ' , , Q . .MV as V 4 Top Row-Boyd, Erickson, Simonson, Holmes, Wojahn, Edstrom, Groth. Second Row--Glasbrenner, LaCrosse, Berger, B. Swanson, Lee, Thompson, E. Johnson, Simonet. First Row-Reed, Lund, Parnell, Jones, Carlson, Bob Swanson, Bloom. S Club President-Bert Lund Vice-Pres.-Dale Thompson Secretary-Treasurer-Robert Glasbrenner To be eligible for membership in the "S" Club an athlete must obtain a letter in one of the three major school sports-track, football, basketball. The purpose of the club is to promote good sportsmanship in interscholastic and intra-mural competition. This year the club sponsored a barn dance which was a huge success. A banquet was held on April 7th. Com- mittees in charge of the banquet were head- ed by Richard Lee and Dale Thompson. The club had a very active year under its direc- tor, Coach Meffert. i'-Za. Coach Meffert gives a few pointers to Jack Flowers student manager of the basketball team ,m wiv' n '45 E ' x Rf me in A 2 ! ' rggren, Groth, Plaunt, Reed, Wojahn The Stillwater High School Croixs won six of the fourteen games they played this season. The team played its best game when it met Red Wing in the District Tournament at South St. Paul, March tenth. Stillwater, af- ter playing an outstanding game, lost to Red Wing in the last ten sec- onds of the game, when Red Wing chalked up the winning two points. This was the last game for five seni- ors: Lund, Lohmer, Plaunt, Schmidt, and Barker. In addition to these players, Wojahn, Berggren, Reed and Groth also received letters. Berger, Simonet, Bancroft, Johnson, Whalen, Hildebrandt Red Wing action, Richard Tuenge WK S ji Q' V 1 A,'i V ,,v94 N, .-Au ala , W A "U Jfj'E 3' IP' Q , g f' I P 53 M gi32QR Q' ?ii5 li, A , H ' vs. www ini N 1a1fgw,'f'.x-.5 4 - A ' 'wffafagzgew 1 'ax ' L 'al 'Q I , .. Hifi ,L . X f . , 'MW wa E vu' ' ' .fm ,Q 4' H gi .' Q fi? 3 di I I .ctr JL A . gg 55 if -55 V-A if 2' 5 V? .pw nj I fm . Q, ,, Tub 4, J A 5 , Q V f N' 5 i ' Q' TV 1. 8 M f 7""lI21, , '57 .RI ' 4 Our band struts out in front . . . lower your heads, fellows, here we come. Our 1937-'38 track team -'-f Berger, Groth, Lund, Parnell, Glasbrenner, Holmes, and Thompson. Guse and Schmidt of the 1937-'38 golf team par- ticipated in the State High School Golf Tournament on June 5, 1937. Schmidt won individual low honors and became district champ. T C talks Zfafvmx MLJwAGxVwobu, X'-U42- UL4 JW Mx NN Qqom an QM Jfglmf' an Tj A 5 C. WLQZ, fdiffwfgjwyg Q QSQMHPFERE lim, ZQ'J T?,i,m 738 'GW' ?. 7HQ?f,5ifgW fA?fi'f7-idf lwz9.lZ if? rw. . ' 2,27 . fm qw f 09,52 wZ'i"'W 4449 04 H. Wahl., Ul.QQIILC?FfI1 A Small Private School. In Session A11 the Year. ENTER AT ANY TIME A POSITION P iguzhydmvf GA rfleld 1234 E y G d t E plo I , not A Di Ioma! 23 Eau Svxvn Srntzr ver ra ua e m ye . STILLWATER STUDENTS AT PRESENT IN NICHOLS SCHOOL: Winston Johnson, Gene Lammers, John Elmqulst, Edward Kolbe. Stillwater students recently in-our school but nolw EMPLOYED: . Ruby Krieselg Robert E. Chlalg Eleanor Elmqulstg Ruth Holrnbergg Melvin Dole and Marvin J. Swanson, whose voluntary letter is prlnted below. ALL OF THESE STUDENTS fwith the single exception. of Gene Lammersb en- rolled in our Secretarial SCHOLARSHIP Course, which POSITIVELY GUAR- ANTEES EMPLOY- MENT... T MR. MALCOLM E. NICHOLS STILLWATER And EVERY ONE Deen and Employment Counselor, Minnesota: 9 10 ed NICHOLS SECRETARIAL SCHOOL, January 10 of those mp y 25 East Sixth Street, 1 9 5 8: mm EARNED MORE MONEY than the entire cost of the training. They may return at any thne during Hfe without the payment ofaddidonaltuidon. SAINT PAUL , Minnesota. Dear Mr. Ni chols: It is just two years since I enrolled in your Business College for a two-year Secretarial Course. However, at the end of four months you placed me in a position that led to nv present work. Since the day you placed me with the Red Star Yeast Sf Products Company I have earned more than 82,000. In other words, nv course at your school cost me nothing, as I was earning while learning. I wish at this time to thank you for all that you have done for me in the past. I sincerely ap- preciate it. I can truthfully say that I enjoyed those four short months in your school as much as I have any other four months in my life. I also can truthfully say that the training you offer to your students is better than any oth- er course that I have ever heard or read about. Very sincerely yours, qsignedb MARVIN swmson. 75 HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS and Best Wishes to the Class of 1938 fa x Q ANDERSEN CORPORATION BAYPORT, MINNESOTA "The WorId's Larges+ Manu'FacI'urers of Window and Door Frames" Congratulations C0mD1im-'WS Of glass of 1933 Dr. Arfhur Taylor Osfeopafhic Physician and Surgeon Anderson Shoe SI'ore QUALITY SHOES FOR LESS Jrgm O. E. Anderson, Prop. 4, 5 and 6 Torinus BIocIc STILLWATER, MINNESOTA 220 Sou+h Main SI. S'I'IIIwa'I'eI' Orfice Phone 396-L Residence 396-R 76 Tins Annual Printecl lay -.Qi BAYPURT PTB HOUSE INC BAYPORT. MINN P 7 of 11116 B rinting xlhh ettcr Class BUILDING SUPPLIES . . We Have Everything I gd - 5 In - . From Foundation To Chimney Top il' 'IIT' f ' we ' ' FAMous -S 52 , rx- MULE-HIDE ROOFING -' AND SHINGLES O BLUFF CITY LUMBER COMPANY Coal Lumber Wood Bronson-FoIsom Best Wishes Company FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS VEGETABLES, ETC. X! Richelieu Brand Pure Food Products STILLWATER, MINNESOTA TO THE CLASS OF 1938 W W. CARLSON BROS. Super-Service Station TEXACO PRODUCTS it '. Jai! S Q ! XA? 1, an . 6.6 N. nag, gf' ,E ,fr V' P if ing' 9 GE M- . ' , 4 . U Sire 1 'pf Q x Y fx Q 5 Q sg - f W, , ,.., - W ln wma Up beyond the high bridge . . . Alice and Althea as "The You and Me That Used to Be" . . . home for lunch . . . have a couple of turkeys . . . it isn't everyone that can get his picture taken with the governor, is it, Barbara? . . . get out from behind those dark glasses, Mary Schroeder. -A-nd ,gnnvl It must be the spring . . . Mr. Rhyn going about his usual duties . . . off to Lake Elmo on the 3:30 bus . . . "fight team fight" . . . so this is how you spend your summers. "Jens" . . . the old Central School looks like the Coliseum. N All set for the class picnic . . . Lorene and Harriet hitch on . . . Ching and his mistress . . . relax, Lois, relax . . . Fairy Falls . . . the dance of the faries? . . . aren't you afraid Marilyn? in S. H. S. cheer leaders . . . ed itor Connors at the wheel . . . up she goes . . . don't slip, i . . . Gwen hard at work . . . bon voyage to Hastings. Sd Y wsu- Af 5' K , J, - . :H ,J y if ,il X D J xx. If 5 f l iii? -5 as i, . K L, .fir W-lgmimf ' W My 1 - i lp ' ' S 1. WAI- V fwghmn , in mc.:-.Q Wm 5 WEN? X. YJ 'V- Marvin, Harold, Bert, Lyman, and Earl make good look- ing girls . . . "Midnight in the mad house" . . . if you need an extra pair of dice, call . . . now, what's this 7 ,N y I 'A . . vim 4 J 5, I X . 'W' H, I fs. 'e- lt's the Arrow chief . . . this is priceless . . . "Yankee Doodle" and "I Need Sympathy" . . . Irene makes a pretty Snowhite M. .D ,N :,. Q , ix 1 X f ' ig? 'PW U is r ' 3 1 ' i i f 4111x591 f M Congratulations Berg's Drug Sfore We Make Our Own Ice Cream Fresh Daily Bayporl Tel. I96 CarIe'ron College Donald J. Cowling, Presidenl A co-educaiional liberal aris college offering courses in Iwenly-six depari- menis, including biography and inferna- fional relalionsp 800 sludenis from 28 slaies and foreign counlriesg 70 lacully members rrainecl in llfie besi American and foreign universilies. For informa+ion address: DR. H. G. KLEMME Assisianf io flue Presidenl 4 LeigIn'ron Hall NORTHFIELD MINNESOTA 'v Compliments of . . . BEN FRANKLIN STORE "Headquarters for School Supplies" for BocIcmann's BeH'er Ice Cream and a large cool Jamaica Drink Visit BOCKMANN'S I ICE CREAM AND CHOCOLATE SHOP COSMOPOLITAN STATE BANK Member of fhe Federal Deposil Insurance Corp. . Guaranteed Fully Paid Permanent - - b h' Girl GVHJMHIHJ Of iiiilifisfif 10 Monthly Installments Stillwater High cluool Ofweach- Total 3180. Attend . . . CABLE'S Secretarial College for Girls 1547 University Avenue, St. Paul fhlzton Builfling - - .Near Snelling Afveuue Enrollment strictly limited to GIRL GRADUATES OF HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Enroll with students of college grade Tour hi n Jchool nzfluntion has vnriml ou Mix flistinction S S FILING ADVERTISING TYPING SHORTHAND ACCOUNTING BUSINESS LAW DICTAPHONE CORRESPONDENCE COMPTOMETER MACHINE OPERATION Everything in the commercial line THOROUGH PREPARATION FOR GOVERNMENT CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS WITHOUT EXTRA COST . Complete Our 10-month 24-credit Course and Assure Yourself of Both a Diploma and a Position Summer Quarter begins week of J 13 0 Fall Quarter begins week of S pt b 1 IJ BURTON A. CABLE, President GRACE S. CABLE, Principal Tel. MI. 9644 Write or Telephone for special new monthly payment plan. 1 84 We wish fo extend Compliments to the +o Jrhe Shllwafer Hugh School Gracluafes of I938 our bes+ wishes of for Hweir corfrinued success mm CHARLSEN SI SONS Carlson 8: Clson GROCERS Jobbersof IOI Nor+l'm Owen S+ree+ Fine Confections 1 9-8 Greetings to the Graduating Class of '38 Connolly Shoe Company I l LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL 7 AND FUEL A-A -- f X1-f Lei' us help you plan your new home or suggesl how you may remodel your old one +o fhe besl' advanfage. Consolidated l.umlJer Company THE SUCCESSFUL MAN IS WELL DRESSED . . .TO BE WELL DRESS- ED YOU MUST HAVE YOUR CLOTHES TAILORED TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEASUREMENTS. THERE IS NO PERSON WHO IS PHYSICALLY PERFECT IN ALL PROPORTIONS AND IT IS UN- REASONABLE TO EXPECT TO BE FITTED IN A SUIT THAT IS NOT MADE TO YOUR MEASURE- MENTS. SAM ELIAS 225 E. Chestnut Stillwater Lis 1-4111:+:-1:1:5:1:-:1:5:2:i:-'-'- 5- 55111:-zgiglzizlz-'-'-1-1' af ' ,:'f"i' 1121E1E:1:?:2r12-4 Jai., - giziiliiziziif .-.-fi' . "ti:iiiiiiiiiriiiiiiifz'' - I ... 'fl-I '- f ""' it" I ' 'L 1 . za. 4: I . f -,y-V -h---f-:g.g5:::::1:g513.315V--443. 1-' .45 PRP' Medium and High Grade F U R N I T U R E at Reasonable Prices Erickson Furniture Co. North Main St. Stillwater, Minn. Congratulations and Best Wishes to each and every member ot S. H. S. CLASS OF 1938 May all your worthwhile aims ana' visions be realized TI1e First National Banic ot Stillwater Stillwater -o- Minnesota CONGRATULATIONS to The CLASS OF '38 ff Friendly Valley Motor South Main Street B est Wishes to the Class of 1938 ll G R A N D C A F E 26th Year of Dependable Service Compliments and Best Wishes Class of 1938 X! FARMERS 85 MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF STILLWATER sTuLLwATER's SUPER MARKET Complete Food Service All Under One Roof Meats, F ruits, Vegetables and Groceries Hooley's South Hill Meat Marlcet Telephone 2 I I 000PERATE T0 DES RE ST EARNE NG AN SSESS P0 WITH M-1f-'lA U ir fine Pmnrlnc mares ir 6 YOU 1HllU0i N 1V H001 IOUHUVJA V1d SN Compliments Hanson Meal Co. QUALITY Mens Home Made Sausage Telephone 2 Free Delivery PURITY Ice Cream and Beverages Our beverages are M 3, macle from Slill X -gl , waler's iinesl . I X . 'arf ,X spring waler . . . " i A Most Pleasing Drink HohH"s Purify Ice Cream and Beverage Co. Gustavus Adolplmus College S+. Pefer, Minnesoha A liberal arls college accrediled by llwe Norllw Cenlral Associalion. Regislralion Seplember IZ, I938. O. J. JOHNSON, Presidenl' Compliments of H. W. HANSON MEN'S WEARING APPAREL Inter-State Lumber Company CongraI'uIa+ions Building Material and Fuel FFOVYI ff Johnson Tobacco Company Yards in WasI1ing+on CounI'y: LAKE ELMO MAI-ITOMEDI 3 I3 Easi' My-'+le WITHROW HUGO AFTON FOREST LAKE The Road To NEWEST SPRING F A S H I O N DRESSES AND SHOES Leads To 1 DEPARTMENT an a 5 sToRE . . . STILLWATER, MINNESOTA JANDA'S can serve you, for+I1ey have jusf wI1a'r you need aI moclerafe prices J1 Complimen+s CONGRATULATIONS Jones of I! Funeral Home John J. Kilfy Co. Jack Sfeve Reg Best Wishes to the Class of'38 KEARNEY'S GROCERY Congratulations - 'ro fhe Class of I938 KGLLINER ?!AEi5Ei?F COMPANY JoinOur PHOENIX HOSIERY C,L U B 13th Pair Free! Kollinefs Better Light B 6 t t C I' S i g 11 t NORTHERN STATES POWER CO. Q -XygQm,l1lgSgg PIOIEISZERS 5 PUBLIC J' va SERVICE 511' Q if V40 LENEXVX Buy At KRUEGER'S MEATMARKET CIeanesI and CooIesI Marke-I in Town 1 ' I "'- '-'f f Zf5f52i-554' We Ca rry Qnly The Clwoicesi of M e a Is TE L E P I-I O N ES 56 I - 562 BEST WISHES Class of '38 LINN ER ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SPECIALISTS 233 SO. MAIN KABEKCNIAN PICTURES done by L. J. K U H N 503 NORTH FOURTH STREET PI-IOTOGRAPI-IER C Kodak Finishing Greefings To Class of I938 Lawrence Linner DEPENDABLE F U E L Building Contractor FIRE AND WINDSTORM ESTIMATINC5 A SPECIALTY Phone 276 207 N. Main SI. Compliments . . . Loeber Hardware Company LOWELL INN STILLWATER. MINN. "MounI Vernon of The Wesf a Haven for Food and Resin I 9 3 8 Tho oufsfandinq eveni in Slillwaler is lhe compleiion of our new GARDEN ROOM wilh Hs natural spring fed founfain where guesls may seIecI 'rheir own live Brook Troul. This dining room which was made possible by local cifizens, will be nalionally known. . . ARTHUR ancl NELL PALMER Inn Keepers Since I93O Compliments to . . . Class of I938 LOTT MOTOR CO. Dealers in STUDEBAKER . . . DE SOTO PLYMOUTH CARS Congratulations To Ihe Class of '38 LORAINE MRS. GREEN EILEEN MR. DEGNER MARY CATHERINE LOWELL INN BEAUTY 8: BARBER SHOP Telephone I442 ar. Congralulalions C O M P l- l M E N T 5 +o I'he Class of of PETERSON MOTORS I938 NASI-I from LA FAYETTE WILLYS PASCH'S CAFE and SALES and SERVICE II4 W. Churchill S+. Tel. l688 209 SO. lvlairi Phone 947-L fnroll for a Pcaccical Education Li gii lpzi ai I Our lraining will add 'ro your efficiency, preslige and opporlunilies for The beller busi- ness posilions. Sludy in day or evening school under ideal condilions and experl business reachers. Individual progress. Besl ol equiprnenl. Acfual-praclice in elemenlary and advanced accounling, secrelarial Training, shorlhand, I-ypsewriling, business law, salesman- ship, business organizalion, penmanship, office machinesr civil service. Free employmenl service. Slarl now. Open all year. Visil our new building: no solicilors employedqbulleling 3Bll'i year. 63 Eas! Fifth Sain! Paul, Slreel Minnesota near Cedar Cedar 5333 PRACTICAL BUSINESS SCHOOL 97 PHILLIPS 66 DELLS EXTRA TEA sf COFFEE Controlled VOLATILITY QUICK EXPERT SERVICE In Greasing and Washing MINNESOTA MERCANTILE COMPANY MADDEN OIL CO. STILLWATER MINNESOTA RADIANT HEALTH AND BEAUTY CAN BE YCURS Drink four glasses of X Your figure, your com- G erm air "" i Iexion and our vilral- okei Dhy f iy.HHy. 'Ik hd .TI " ""' 'f rm eac ay a ,Q Zig ZZ ' I ,a o I ese improve is all you Iwave To Fug N gig-' and become your do To possess racIian+ ? qreaiesif Charms' Once h Hh OI .bl 3 .Wg you gef Hwe OAK bjaufyen envla S i'i"' SLE ' ' I J i mi ! NN Imabur and s'r'c 'IQSIIE OAK GLENN DAIRY PIIEIZNLE 98 CLUB HOUSE Fancy Canned Class of FRUITS and VEGETABLES Compliments to the COST No More! S0 WHY NOT BUY THE BEST? OIsen's Deparfmeni' S+ore 205 S. Main Sfreei' Tel. I486 RYDEN 8. HOLQUIST G R O C E R S We Exfend Our Hearfy Congra+ula+ions fo 'rhe Class of '38 THE REX TI-IE BEST OE GOOD LUCK AND Congratulatigns GOOD WISI-IES TO +0 me TI1e CIass of Class of I 1938 9 V. WILLIS BLOOM SAVE-U-MONEY STORE 8 "JusI' Whaf The Name Says" STILLWATER - MINNESOTA R. SHANNON COMPLIMENTS or SANITARY DAIRY "BABY FlRST" Perfectly Pasteurized MILK CREAM BUTTER SUPREME ICE CREAM STILLWATER, MINNESOTA l-leariiesl Congralulaiions Class of '38 Audiforium and Maieslic Theafres I-lighlighlring every year wirh more Than a full share of Top-noich aliraciions LYMAN SUTTON E. L. PEASLEE E. W. LINNER M-ESG Compliments of STILLWATER lnsurance Agency Gordon C. Welshons, Sl-IS l9I I Eleanor Siaples ,... Sl-IS i927 Complete INSURANCE SER VICE 307 Easl' Myrfle Sfreel S+illwa+er Minnesofa STILLWATER HARDWARE COMPANY Theres a deal of sahsiaciion in owning your own garden and lawn accessories. The neighbor- hood pesl is +he fellow who is Q s A Progressive Store . . . In a Progressive Community A.-9- 'Q 'W i ' ' 1 I 1 - h lu . I Q f ir M' an . always borrowing Things . . . and owning is so easy. 101 U lil! or Q Q-25. . T T5 ', iw 1,g? . The Class of T WE CONGRATULATE YOU. LONG MAY YOU LIVE. LONG MAY WE SERVE YOU. l Be Thrifty Z 1 .31 L aiflf I H7 M . A3'fQf'1 A 4, tb 9. - ' to 38 7 ' flmf gf 1 . H That 550,000 chocolate syrup gives our or Sodas and Sunclaes Tl-IAT SMACKING GOOD ELAVOR l ST. CROIX DRUG CO. Phone Two-Fifty Two Phones 6 and 47 Congratulations to the Class of 1938 ':-1:1.- '1Z71-15172511153-11' ' ""472-1:11-1----:. -' - ' "-:-'g:- :Z-1-f,.f' ' ' -12111:-'-1:51-1-L-2-' " 0' ' '- . ta- " -' 'iriufziil , I '.N'f'-"' "W .qv Z' --.-L-fyg-' ll, .jf " "-H . . .' n Q ., ,',, , V ,.,,, ,,. I. . -13, ' V 'Q ' .. 1p'3'25'f"' nf f.'-- ..-- . . ,, . ., , ..,-, A' .1 . 13 ,,.. ' 5 re- ::,-v,:.2.2-:-r11:1:1:2:':g:1::2s:- . ' " ' ' ft' f'i'3'3 "4 .' 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A new BUICK or CHEVROLET goes hand in hand with success ST ILLWATER MOTOR COMPANY STI LLWATER MINNESOTA Stillwater Marlcet Creamery Manufadrurers of ROSE BRAND BUTTER AND OTHER QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Tel. 6I4 2 I9 No. Main S+. STILLWATER TAXI A. RIVARD C , X 3 5. 3 Q 3 09-L ANY TIME ANYWHERE QUICK, PLEASINC5 SERVICE PASSENGERS INSURED BACK TO sc W fi Q come the student council PTT ff-N DWE qmmhhaw ll f fnilltl M in 1 ii Gai Oct. 4 11 19 22 25 SCHOOL CALENDAR Back again, with a new and longer schedule. and new football uniforms. Off to a good start, we beat U. High, 13-7, and started the sea- with an inspired football team. Our student council, bigger and peppier than ever, holds its iirst meeting. The G. A. A. Big and Little Sister Party was the occasion at which many freshman girls were acquainted with the senior girls. The Frosh enter the service of Thespis to entertain us. While the Arrow goes streamlined, the Frosh pre- 1 sent "The Villain Pursued WW Her' or "Curses, Foiled 0 Again." The Girl Reserve's yearly mothers' and daughters' banquet was held. In spite of our pep-fest, we lost our Homecoming game with South St. Paul. Amid the cheers of our fe- male half, the school elects a girl president, for the first time in the history of the school. 26 The Wand'ring Minstrel wanders in to present "Mi- kado" to the great delight 1 .J of the school. Q in Nov, 9 Mr. Robbins' advisory " group falias Chrysler Inc.J M presents the annual ama- X ' teur hour. N 1 Z' 12-13 With open arms we wel- k,7 f i C 1 , X X - ffrgyr -1 -WT ,QW r Mjf,sLi..! Foor BALL 4-"' convention and almost grow big-headed from the praises our fair school gets iespecially for the big ap- ple gym classesj ll g, 'V n 17-18 The seniors display great dramatic talent in "Thru xx the Keyhole." I 1 19 More amateurs fight for the chalice to represent the school on exchange pro- grams. 22 Mr. Holm turned over the first shovelful of dirt at the ground breaking ceremony for the new junior high school. Dec. 12 The majority of our Girl Reserves devoted their Saturday to the G. R. conference in Minneapolis. 16 The West Iligh Capella Choir, gives our Music Department new heights to aspire to. 23 Our Choir makes its debut at the Christmas program, while the Talent Club presents an especially fine play. 23 Junior Party was held. Two weeks Christmas vacation f-Hooray! 104 F we Huuonso QNESEUEGA1-Es F R toomue o ffx APLACETQ gg l, Luveffft . F ' 1,y'J'73 W f . rqyzg i 'irriwx , 'ZLL-s ffl Q N 1. A, r if FEoERATioN 'T SMS. AX BASKETBALL MM SEASON f'xx 'F f 'X tbl - 7' 'N"1 1620 Qfhx IA 0 eo . - Q Q A sw WMM. 1 :Q x' FN M .gf ,SQL A fe 5 m ...ey if Ai-. I X 'ow V13 bl YI ,n 0 0 Jan. 10 Here we are again, starting the year with pep and new rosolu- 1 tions. 17 We've already broken our resolutions, but that was expected. Z 4 LX 25 Shakespeare's Dream practices were drawing to a close. JI Z. f Feb. 1 The school board has the reception room done over in "dusty X F Q 4 pink." V0 . 3-4-5 Shakespeare has the rosiest dream ever, with a packed house. f' O Declamation contest held and winners were chosen to represent J i, our school in the sub-district contest. , 11 The Central High swing trio in an assembly program almost ' l . drums the roof oif the school to the delight of the stu,dent body, 4 - and to the horror of the disciplinarians. Mar, 4 "0rpheu' and Euridyce, a hilarious skit, was producer' oy the .- ff, master rriusicians of the school. 1 EAR 4-" The debaters win the re- 7 EY it 0 gional tournament, amid the plaudits of the school. ! X X v 14 Not to be outdone by the 'A X , debaters, Marcel? Sawyer 4 takes dramatic onors at X X 71' '-1 - A' A, AE-1'-' the regional declamation L 3' v ' - -I' ""I contest. Z 18 The four one-act plays Q were presented to our par- ,HY ' ents at night 'for' their ap- X proval. The Juniors came WWI, -Q0 V o off with top honors. VL j - 22 The Pollard Players pre- ff-5 'I 'N UKE A LAME OUT LIKE sent "Broken Dishes", one X A, . 9 A LION f of the best assemblies of Q6 A Ci. 5 -i . . 0 , fx the year. Toinlght this H1-Y ,, . had its fat ers' an sons' A ' ff 0 banquet. Zifk l 7 5 ji " Apr. 1 Seniors forgot their pride '.' f va X and went crazy. The crazy I -T ' .5 4 o J X day assembly was one of f -,di w ' 1 Q o ,f N the biggest successes of rf. I . i 0 ,M V K the year. After school the ,VM Ax ' X ' ii seniors went ukindergart- ' cf ' Qs A N 'S-C N .il en" and played drop the gg' uni ly itil handkerchief and all such 1 games. 'T UT 5 The Music Department EOOOTIFUL 4 L W sr PATRICWS my T UT Q EHZERASH Z Z Q Z- 6 dons its best bib and tuck- er and swings into a suc- cessful music concert. The debaters keep up the good work, and carry od first 7. 8. honors in the inter-region- al tourney. The athletes ate, ate, and ate at their annual ban- quet. The Kab. goes to press. The teachers and the Kab. staff in unison breathe a 9-17 Sleep --eat--be merry, for 28 29 May 3 sigh of relief. Maybe we will go to class now. Monday we go back to school and take Kansas City tests. "The Garden of the Moon," was staged by the Junior Class. Now there will be enough "Shekels" to pay for the Prom. Our active Music Club sponsors a sweater hop. Nearly half of the school picked up eating utensils and ate, at the yearly Activity Banquet. Did you get a medal? 9-13 Interclass Debates were held during these days. 27 28 June 2 Those juniors and seniors who are lucky in love went formalq at the Jr.-Sr. Prom. Baccalaureate services were held and everyone went to church -and none went to sleep. 31 Clothing stores had a big business. Class Night and frills- thrills- -and anxiety---for what?--you guess! Sheepskins dished out. Were you one of the black sheep who went home without a skin? 105 VROU C I5 WWW f . EXANS swrurrew COMES TAE' i REPORT CARD 4- C I im, RERORT C'ARDS COMES THE DIPLOMA v J gwiriiliiigiifl' . 5? 5530 'X a ' 2322229 ,ll V ' : 1 "W 'ARLNSOLJEEQ "Say I t With FIOWGTSDQ BONDED MEMBER F. T. D. WE TELEORAPI-I FLOWERS and deliver Ihern Io any part of The United Slales and Canada in Iwo hours FRANK TOBISCH F L O R I ST STILLWATER, MINNESOTA Congratulations Io Ihe Class of '38 WHITE PINE INN. Bayporl, Minn. Soulh BEST WISI-IES FROM Ihe TRIANGLE ART and SIGN STUDIO E. FRANZ HAMMAR WITTI's BAKERY and COFFEE SHOP Quality Bakery Goods Of All Kinds Ask for "Sonny Boy" Bread SERVE . . . Delicious Noon Plate Lunches Sandwiches and Salads Ice Cream and Soft Drinlcs AT REASONABLE PRICES Phone 640 . Main S+ree+, Nexf +o S+. Croix Drug S+ Complimenfs of With Compliments S'rillwa'rer Book Sfore From Congratulations MABLE'S BEAUTY from and P PEDER GAALAAS BARBER SHO BC GO dingAK0ene. Andmmn, hlchten. Nlppulflt. Carlson, Murphy. Brown Tuvmre Risemlwl df Nesko. Gerson, Miss Cady. x'VilllQ'l'N, Clxrismiunsun. ' v Y I b K I ll OM KM SI TT OT RE TI-IE BEST OF LUCK Class of '38 ST. CROIX BUS CO. Safe and Economical Transporhafion "IT PAYS TO RIDE THE BUSES" ANDERSEN CORPORATION ANDERSON SHOE CO. BEN FRANKLIN STORE BERG DRUG STORE BAYPORT PRINTING HOUSE BLUFF CITY LUMBER CO. BOCKMANN'S BRONSOM FOLSOM CO. CABLE'S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL CARLETON COLLEGE CARLSON BROS. CARLSON KL OLSON CHARLSEN Xa SONS CONNOLLY SHOE CO. CONSOLIDATER LUMBER CO. COSMOPOLITAN STATE BANK SAM ELIAS ERICKSON FURNITURE CO. FARMERS Sz MERCHANTS STATE BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK LIST OF ADVERTISERS H. W. 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