Stillwater High School - Kabekonian Yearbook (Stillwater, MN)
- Class of 1939
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The Senior Class oi 1939
Stillwater High School
Don Swisher . . ..... Editor
Gerald Leander . . Advertising Mgr.
Marillyn Nelson . . Circulation Mgr.
Miss Beth Bishop ..... Adviser
Mr. Peter Rhyn,
our diligent engineer and chief custodian, who,
for these past years has taken the best care
of our buildings in .all phases, heating, air
conditioning, and general repair., But it is not
only for this unceasing service and tireless ef-
fort that the senior class wishes to dedicate
this annual to him, but also for something more
valuable, a friendly smile, a hearty handshake,
and a helping hand to all.
IDING across the sea of
time for the past four years, the ship of student
life in Stillwater High School has had nothing
but clear sailing. Perhaps no other four years
in the life of each student will ever be so easy,
nor will such blue water ever skim past the
prow. Squalls will rise, a sail or a mast may
be carried away, thunder may Hash in the rig-
ging, and the finest of seamanship will be required
to avoid the Whirlpools which lie in the path of
the future. These four years have been design-
ed to teach that same seamanship, and, when the
vessel finally lies with its hull stove in on the
rocks of fate, although the gods have unleashed
all the furies at it, never let it be said that the
stalwart ship ever was becalmed.
New Junior High School
Built by Paul Steenberg Con-
struction Company, National
Bank Bldg. St. Paul, Minn.
Juuior High Doorway
Domestic Science Building
-Courtesy Stillwater Gazette
Mr. Andrew I. Holm
It is with heartfelt regret that the school re-
cords the loss of Mr. Holm who, for the past forty
two years, had served faithfully and untiringly on
the School Board of the City of Stillwater.
Indeed the Senior Class of this year is for-
tunate in being one of the many Whose diplomas
bear Mr. Holm's signature, and in Whose minds will
remain the memory of his courteous manner and
-Courtesy Stillwater Gazette
The mighty Saint Croix, river of moods-
now splashing and running white, now slowly
but inevitably moving to the south. Long may
you bear your ships safely to port.
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And true it is that the ship off Student
Iffe can not sail Wifhouf its officers:
Mr. Madden, Pres
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pose for the photograph- l
er . . . Joyce checks
the daily reports.
Mr. Holm, Clerk
Betty makes out an ab-
sence report . . . Prin-
Mr. Robertson, Treas. Cjpal Kuhlman signs
his daily corres-
Mr. Englm, Vice pres.
Mrs. Tolen, Director
Bfshon, P dence D
School Nurse Miss Madden shows
Marion how to repair a damaged
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Social Science Department: Rorman,
son, Burns, Iverson Kallestad
Custodians, Skramstad, Larson, h
Lee, Lund Salmore
Music and Fine Arts: Bastien, Fairchild, Granquist
Language Department: standing-
Isacson, Foster, Nolan, Blackmore,
Seated--Gower, Tourtellot, Kriesel,
'Read the recipe," says Miss
Febel .... Mr. Beck super-
vises some physics experi-
"Herman", the skeleton, gets
a workout in Biology ....
Cafeteria at noon . . . Miss
Tourtellot writes a French
sentence for her 5th hour
Mr. Beck cautions a
chemistry lab class
Everybody busy in
the library . . .
Noon hour in the
cafeteria . . .
Miss Witt supervises
a time test
lem . . .
Last years Prom . . . meeting
of the board of publications
settles a "Tusitala" question
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Inset: Miss Ann Isacson
A notable Senior class, from many aspects
one of the most notable ever to graduate. It is
the largest ever to leave Stillwater High School,
161 in all, and likewise one of the ,most suc-
Dramatics, in the form of the Junior three
act play, "The Garden of the Moon," and the
Senior three act, "Growing Pains," were of the
highest calibre. The former was a rather seri-
ous production, the proceeds from which went
to finance the Junior-Senior prom, and the latter
was a hilarious farce declared by all to be one
of the best. Funds from the latter helped to
satisfy the long-felt need of an electric score-
board for the gymnasium.
The Crazy Day theme was that of characters
from fiction, and many a sense of humor ex-
panded to its fullest on that day.
The Senior party was not the success that
it usually is, but it was, however, a financially
sound venture, in that expenses were recouped.
Senior Class, a four year Voyage completed .
Har 1 iet Anderson
Mal I8 Beaudet
M11 garet Cassanova
HARRIET ANDERSON--Librarian 3. 45 Pres. Home Room 35 Shakespeare's Dream
35 Staff of Arrow 45 Member of Standing Committee 45 Bookstore Committee 45
G. A. A. 15 Music Club 3. 45 Honor Society 45 Honor roll.
HELEN ANDERSON-Librarian 1. 35 Pres. Home Room 45 Junior Play 35 Senior
Play 45 Shakespeares Dream 3, 45 G. A. A. 15 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Choir 4.
MURIEL ANDERSON-Student Council 45 Home Economics Club 25 Crchestra 2,
3. 45 Pres. Home Room 15 Shakespeare's Dream 35 Staff of Arrow 45 Bookstore
Committee 45 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Honor Society 45 Honor roll.
RODNEY ANDERSON-Commercial Club 1. 2. 35 Science Club 15 Biology
Club 25 Math. Club 4.
HELEN ANDREWSEN--Home Economics Club 15 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3. 45
Shakes1Jeare's Dream 25 Girl Reserves 45 Music Club 4.
BETTE ANTONSON-Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Math. Club 45 Librarian
45 Member of Standing Committee 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3.
PI-IYLLIS ASMUS-AHome Economics Club 3. 45 Girl Reserves 35 Foreign
Language Club 3. 4.
GEORGE BANCROFT--Hi-Y Club 15 Math. Club 1. 2. 3. 45 Pres. Home Room 1:
Reporter for Arro 2. 3' L G t ' -' ' 5 - '
w , os aos 3. 4, Ihyslcs Club 2, Radio Club 2.
MARIE BEAUDET-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Math.
Club 1, 2. 35 Girl Reserves 1, 25 French Club 3. 4.
BYRON BEERS-Commercial Club 1, 2, 3. 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 2.
' LOIS BERG-Commercial Club 3, 45 Treasurer of Class fHuclsonl5 G. A. A. 1
1Hudsonl5 Glee Club 1. 2 fHudsonj.
ROBERT BERG-Declamatory Contest 1, 25 Student Cox "1 3' Ch
incl , emistry Club 35
H1-Y Club 1. 25 Thespians 45 One-act Play Contest 2. 35 Junior Play 35 Senior
Play 45 Staff of Arrow 45 Member of Standing Committee 35 Los Gatos 3, 45
Physics Club 45 Honor Society 4.
LELAND BERGER-"S" Club 2. 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 1. 25 President Home Room 1, 25
Second Basketball Team 3. 45 Track Team 2. 35 Interclass Athletics 1. 2. 3, 45
Chairman of Scenery Committee 45 Los Gatos 3. 4.
DONALD BERGGREN-v"S" Club 3. 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 First
Basketball Team 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3. .
JUNIOR BLECH-Thespians 45 Artist 45 Shakespeare's Dream Stall' 3, 45
Tusitala Stafl' 45 Radio Club 15 Board of Publications.
WORTH BLOOM-"S" Club 3. 45 Student Council 1. 35 Hi-Y Club 25 Thespians 45
First Football Squad 3. 45 Interclass Athletics 25 One-act Play Contest 35 Junior
Class Play 35 Senior Play 45 Shakespea1'e's Dream 2, 3. 45 Member ol' Standing
Committee 2, 3. 45 Los Gatos 3. 45 Physics Club 2. '
JANE BRASSARD-Chemistry Club 45 Librarian 35 G. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 45
Girl Reserves 3. 4.
ELIZABETH BR.0CIiMAN-Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club 2. 35 Shakespeares
Dream Staff 45 President of Club 45 Girl Reserves 3, 4.
MARION BROECKER-Declamatory Contest 45 Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club
1. 25 Math. Club 1. 25 Sec'y. of Club 45 G. A. A. 1.
KATHLEEN BROWN-Science Club 15 Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club
Math. Club 2, 35 Librarian 3. 45 G. A. A. l, 25 Physics Club 4.
JOHN BURNS-Hi'Y Club 1. 2: Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 35 One-act Play Contest
15 Shakespeards Dream 1. 2. 35 Shakespeare's Dream Staff 45 Glee Club 15
Choir 1. 35 Camera Club 1.
CORINNE CARLSON-Chemistry Club 35 Orchestra 25 Statl' of Arrow 45
G. A. A. 25 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Choir 45 Foreign Language Club 2.
DONALD CARLSON-"S" Club 3. 4: Talent Club 35 Artist 1. 2, 3, 45 Pres. Home
Room 25 First Football Squad 2. 3. 45 Shakespeares Dream Stufl' 3. 45 Staff
of Kab 3, 45 Staff of Arrow 3, 45 Tusitala Stal? 2, 35 Los Gatos 3, 4.
RICHARD CARLSON-Chemistry Club 35 President Home Room 15 First Football
Squad 45 Any Other Squad 2. 35 Iuterclass Athletics 25 Physics Club 4.
MARGARET CASSANOVA-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. 45 Librarian 3. 45 Book-
store Committee 45 Honor roll.
DE LILA CATES-Commercial Club 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 25 G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4.
KEITH CLEMENTS-"S" Club 45 Chemistry Club 35 Hi-Y Club 1, 25 First Football
Squad 3. 45 One-act Play Contest 2. 45 Staff of Arrow 45 Member of Standing
V Committee 3. 45 Member of Special Committee 25 Los Gatos 3, 4.
DOREEN COLEfChemistry Club 45 Interclass Athletics 1. 2. 45 Slmkespeares
13 Dream 1. 25 G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 45 Girl Reserves 3. 45 Camera Club 1.
NANCY COMFORT-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Home Economics Club 1, 25
Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club 1. 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Tusitala Stall' 1. 3. 45
Physics Club 45 Academy of Science 45 Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Honor
Society 45 Honor roll.
JOSEPH COVER--Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Math. Club 2. 3.
MABEL CRONKfSciencc Club 15 Biology Club 35 Home Economics Club 35
Latin Club 1. 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3', 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
MARGARET CRONK-Commercial Club 1. 2. 35 Biology Club 25 G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 45
Girl Reserves 45 Glee Club 1. 25 Choir 1, 25 Home Economics Club 4.
DAVID CROONQUIST-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 35 Math.
Club 2. 3, 45 Second Basketball Team 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 1, 2.. 3. 45
Interclass Track Team 15 Los Gatos 3. 45 Physics Club 45 Honor Society 4.
MARGARET CUTLER-Declalnatory Contest 2, 45 Science Club 15 Latin Club 3, 45
Math. Club 1. 25 Librarian 35 Secy. of Club 4: G. A. A. 25 Girl Reserves 3. 45
Physics Club 25 Glee Club 25 Choir 2. 45 Music Club 45 Honor roll.
JOHN DAHL-Science Club 1: Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 3: Hi-Y Club
1, 25 Physics Club 45 Glee Club 1. 2. 35 Choir 3.
GORDON DANIELS-"S" Club 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry
Club 35 Hi-Y Club 15 Math. Club 1, 25 First Football Squad 45 Any Other
Squad l, 2. 35 Physics Club 4.
JERRY DAVIS-National Honor Society 3, 45 Declamatory Contest 1,45 Student Coun-
cil 2. 35 Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club 1. 25 Hi-Y Club 1. 25 Thesvians 45 Baud 1, 2. 3,
45 Orchestra 2, 3. 45 Math. Club 25 Senior Class Play 45 Shakes1Jeare's Dream 1. 25
Reporter for Arrow 1. 2. 3. 45 Chairman of Yell Committee 3. 45 Pres. of Club 3.
ARCI-IIE DILLEY-Commercial Club lg Science Club 15 Biology Club 15 Chemistry
Club 35 Track Team 35 Intercluss Athletics 35 Physics Club 4.
HELEN EBNE-Commercial Club 15 Science Club 15 Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club
2, 35 Math. Club 45 Pres. Home Room 45 Shakespeare's Dream 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
LORRAINE ECKER-Commercial Club 1. 2. 45 Science Club l5 Biology Club 25
Girl Reserves 3.
ROSEMARY EICHTEN-Commercial Club 1. 2, 3. 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club
25 Shakesnearcfs Dream Staff 15 Bookstore Committee 3. 45 G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 45
Girl Reserves 35 School Bookkeeper 45 Honor Society 45 Honor roll.
BRUCE ERICKSON---Declamatory Contest 1. 3. 45 "S" Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25
Thespians 45 Pres. Home Room 25 First Football Squad 2, 3. 45 Interclass Athletics
1. 25 One-act Play Contest 2. 3. 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Shakespeare's
Dream 3, 45 Reporter for Arrow 2. 3. 45 Los Gatos 3, 45 Physics Club 45 Chess Club 4.
ESTHER ERICKSON-Declamatory Contest 25 G. A. A. 3.
LILLIAN ERLITZ-Commercial Club 15 Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry
Club 35 Math. Club 2, 3. 45 G. A. A. 15 Glee Club 1.
MARIE ERTLE-Commercial Club 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 2.
ANITA FENSKE-Commercial Club 15 Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry
Club 3: Latin Club 2. 3.
LEE FRETLAND-Commercial Club 45 'Biology Club 25 Math. Club 1, 2.
DORIS GARAVALIA--Commercial Club 2. 35 Science Club 15 Biology Club
25 Home Economics Club 15 G. A. A. 1.
JACK GARBE-Science Club 1: Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 3.
VIOLA GELFORD-Commvrcial Club 15 Science Club 15 Biology Club 23 Home
Economics Club 25 Librarian 45 Tusitalu Stall' 25 Bookstore Committee 45
G. A. A. 1. 2. 35 Glee Club 15 Honor roll.
GLEN GOGGIN-Commercial Club 15 Physics Club 45 Math. Club 1, 2. 35
Science Club 15 Chemistry Club 3.
LUELLA GRADY--Commercial Club 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Home
Economics Club 1. 25 Yell Leader 45 G. A. A. 2. 35 Girl Reserves 3. 4.
MARJORIE GRAHAM-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Latin Club 25 Math.
Club 45 G. A. A. 1. 2. 35 Glee Club 1.
DONALD GROTH-"S" Club 3. 4: Commercial Club 35 Science Club 15 Biology
Club 2: First Football Squad 45 First Basketball Team 3, 45 Second Basketball
Team 15 Track Team 1. 2. 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 1. 2. 3. 4. Interclass
Truck Team 1. 2. 3, 4.
NORMAN GRUNKE-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3, 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 2.
REINHOLD GUSEf-Commercial Club 1. 2. 35 Science ClubV15 Biology, Club 25
Second Basketball Team 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 1. 2, 35..Golf Team '1. 2- 3:
15 Vice-president of Club 3. V
Verlie Mae Johnson
KING HALL-Hi-Y Club 1. 29 President Home Room 19 Interclass Athletics
1, 2. 39 Shakes1Jeare's Dream 49 Physics Club 29 Choir 4.
MYRTLE .HAMMERGREN-Girls G1 Cl
ee ub 2. 3. 49 Mixed Choir 1. 2. 3. 4: Girls
Triple Trio 39 Archery Club 29 Dramatic Club 2. 39 Music Club 49 Operctta 49
President Reading Club 1. fActivities in 1. 2. 3 done at Hudson.J
ETTY HART-Pianist 2. 3. 49 Shakespeare's Dream 39 Shakespeares Dream
Staff 2. 39 G. A. A. 1, 2. 3. 49 Choir 49 Music Club 3. 4.
HELEN IIECHT-Home Economics Club 29 G. A. A. 19 Girl Reserves 3. 4
Glee Club 1. 2. 3.
CAROL 1-IERBERTeStudent Council 19 Library Staff 49 Girl Reserves 3. 4.
RUTH HOLTORF-Biology Club 29 Home Economics Club 29 Girl Reserves 4.
MARIAN HUESTIS-Band 49 Orchestra 1. 2, 3. 49 Math. Club 49 Shakespeare's
Dream 19 Secy. of Club 39 G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 49 Girl Reserves 3. 4.
GLENN INGERSOLL-Science Club 19 Biology Club 29 Math. Club 19 lutor-
class Athletics 1. .
BETSYMAY JENSEN-Band lj Interclass Athletics 1. 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 49
Girl Reserves 3. 4.
AN .., 1 . 9 ath. Club 49 G. A. A.
2. 3. 49 Girl Reserves.
NE JOHNSON-Biology Club 9' Chemistry Club 3 M
CLEMENS JOHNSON-National Honor Society 3. 49 Declamatory Contest 2. 39 "S"
Club 49 Student Council 2. 3 4' Hi-Y Cl b 1 " ' ' - 9 -
. , u 9 lhespians 49 First Football Squad
3. 49 Second Basketball Team 39 One-act Play Contest 1. 39 Junior Play 39 Shake-
sneare's Dream 2 3' Inter schol istic. D b t 1 '
. , -. 2: ' e a c . 2: Stati' of Arrow 2. 39 Pres. ol
Student Council 49 Vice-pres. of Sr. Class 49 Member of Senior Council 49
Los Gatos 2. 3. 49 Ch"' ' 12 ' - ' '
anman Reception Committee. '
DELORIS JOHNSON-Interclass Athlvtics 1. 2. 3. 49 Reporter for Arrow 4' Secv.
ofClub4'G A A12 3
, . . . . . . 4: Girl Reserves 3. 49 Physics Club 2:'1'iJO11C1'
Society 49 Honor roll.
ELMER JOHNSON-"S" Club 3. 49 First Football Squad 3. 49 Second Basketball
Team 49 Interclass Athletics 1. 2, 3, 49 Interclass Track Team 1. 29 Member
of Standing Committee9 President of Senior Class9 Member of Senior Council9
President of Club9 Los Gatos 3, 4.
FRANCES JOHNSON-Orchestra 39 Librarian 3. 49 Shalcespearrfs Dream Stali' 3, 49
Stall' of Kab 49 Reporter for Arrow 49 Vice-pres. of Club 49 G. A. A. 19 Choir 4.
LUCILLE JOHNSON-G. A. A. 1. 2. 39 Girl Reserves 39 Glue Club 1. 2. 39 Choir 3.
Contest Staff l. 2. 3: Junior
Contest 19 Band 49 Orchestra 49 One-act Play
Play Stafl' 39 Shakes9Jeare's Dream Staff 2. 39
Physics Club 49 Politics Club 39 Glee Club 1. 2. 39 Choir 3. 4.
VERLIE MAE JOHNSON-Commercial Club 3. 49 Biology Club 29 Girl Reserves 4.
GWENYTH JONES-Talent Club 4' Cl '
, xemlstry Club 49 Shalcesneards Dream 49
Reporter for Arrow 1. 29 Tusitala Staif 3. 49 Girl Reserves 3. 49 Physics Club 49
Glee Club 1. 3. 4: Choir 1. 3, 4.
KATHLEEN JONES-National Honor Society 3. 49 Student Council 2. 3. 49 Latin
Club 1. 29 President Home Room 19 Senior Play 49 Chairman of Finance Com. 49
Member of standing com. 2, 3. 49 President of Jr. Class 39 Member of .Junior
Council 39 Secy. of Club 39 Girl Reserves 3. 49 Physics Club 49 Glee Club
1. 2, 39 Choir 3. 49 Honor roll.
KATHRYN JUDD-Commercial Club 49 Shakespeare's Dream 2. 3. 49 Book-
store Committce 49 G. A. A. 49 Choir 2. 3. 4.
VACIL KALINOFF-Hi-Y Club 1, 29 Band 1, 2. 3. 49 Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 49
Reporter for Arrow 1, 49 Physics Club 49 Jr. Academy of Science 3. 4.
PIIYLLIS KEENE--Member of Junior Council 39 Bookstore Committee 3. 4:
G. A. A. 1. 2. 3.
DELBERT KENDRICKfStudeut Council 29 Chemistry Club 39 Math. Club 1. 2. 3.
MARY KENT-Chemistry Club 39 Senior Play 49 G. A. A. 1, 2. 39 Choir 4.
ROBERT KILPATRICK-National Honor Society 3. 49 Declamatory Contest 1. 2. 3, 49
Student Council 29 Science Club 19 Chemistry Club 39 Latin Club 2. 39 Hi-Y Club
1. 29 Band 39 Math. Club 1, 2, 39 Interscholastic Debate 3. 49 Interclass Debate 1. 29
Member of Special Com. 29 Pres. of Club 49 Vice-pres. of Club 19 Physics
Club 49 Glee Club 39 Choir 3. 49 Music Club 4.
WINIFRED KIMKER-Science Club 19 Biology Club 29 Home Economics Club 2. 4.
SEIGFRIED KOCH-Declamatory Contest 49 Hi-Y Club 19 Track Team 2. 39 Student
Manager 49 Shakespear-e's Dream 49 Member of Standing Com. 49 Pres. of Club 49
Vice-pres. of Club 49 Choir 3, 49 Jr. Academy of Science 4. , A
17 MELVIN KOLLANDER-Biology Club 29 Vice-pres. of Club 29 Radio Club 1. 2.
Mary Helen McDonald
FLOYD KRIESEL-Thespians 43 President Home Room 1. 23 Shakespeare's Dream
Stal? 43 Staif of Kab 43 Reporter for Arrow 23 Pres. of Freshman and Sophomore
Class 1. 23 Los Gatos 3. 43 Junior Academy of Science 33 Honor Society 4.
DOROTHY KROG-National Honor Society 3. 43 Student Council 23 Chemistry
Club 33 President Home Room 2. 43 One-act Play Contest 23 Shakespeare's Dream
1. 23 Interscholastic Debate 1. 2. 3. 43 Staff of Arrow 43 Reporter for Arrow
1, 2. 33 Member of standing com. 33 Honor roll3 Physics Club 4.
HELEN KRUEGER-Home Economics Club 43 G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 43 Girl Re-
serves 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Choir 3.
LORRAINE LADD-Commercial Club 1. 2, 3. 43 Librarian 3, 4: Symlwspemcfs
Dream 3. 4: Stall' of Arrow 43 G. A. A. 1. 2.
CHARLES LARSON-Commercial Club 33 Math. Club 23 Pres. Home Room 13
Any Other Squad 1.
JEAN LARSON--Home Economics Club 13 Bookstore Committee 43 Girl Reserves 4.
GERALD LEANDER--National Honor Society 43 Student Council 43 Chemistry
Club 33 Thespians 43 Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 43 Pres. Home Room 33 lnterclass Athletics
2. 43 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Bus. Mgr. of Kab 43 Member of standing
com. 43 Member of Senior Council 43 Vice-pres. of clllbj Physics Club 23
Vice-pres. of School.
DOROTHY LEE-Student Council 43 Thesnians 43 Senior Play 43 Chairman of
Welfare Com. 43 Member ul' standing com. 43 Member of Special Com. 43 One-act
Play Contest 43 Secy. of Jr. Class 33 Member of Jr. Council 33 Girl Reserves
33 Honor Society 4.
JANNIS LEVI-Stall' of Arrow 43 Secy. of Club 43 G. A. A. 1. 4.
ARBUTUS LINDGREN-Commercial Club 1. 2. 33 Biology Club 23 G. A. A. 4.
RALPH LINNELL-Student Council 43 Thcspians 43 Iuterclass Athletics 1. 33
lnterclass Track Team 13 Senior Play 43 Stall' of Arrow 43 Member of standing
com. 43 Bookstore Committee 43 Los Gatos 4.
EUNICE LUECK-Biology Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 Latin Club 1. 23 Girl
Reserves 3. 4.
DOLORES LUTZ-Commercial Club 13 Biology Club 2.
VIOLET LUTZ-Biology Club 23 Home Economics Club 23 Chemistry Club 33
Latin Club 3. 4.
MARY HELEN MCDONALD-Commercial Club 13 Science Club 13 Biology Club 2.
SHIRLEY M:xcDONALD-Latin Club 23 Shakespeare's Dream 13 G. A. A. 1. 2, 33
Girl Reserves 3.
HULDA MADSENe-Chemistry Club 43 Math. Club 2, 33 Librarian 43 Shakespeare's
Dream Stall' 43 Secy. of Club 43 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 3. 4.
DORIS MAGNUSON-Librarian 43 President Home Room 43 Member of Special
Com. 43 Bookstore Com. 43 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 3.
HELEN MAGNUSON-National Honor Society 3. 43 Chemistry Club 33 Librarian 33
Editor of Arrow 43 Repor1.er for Arrow 33 Member of Special Com. 1. 23 Secy. of
Club 1. 23 Girl Reserves 3. 43 Physics Club 4.
ELIZABETH MORGAN-Latin Club 2. 33 Band 1. 2. 3. 43 Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 43
Math. Club 23 Girl Reserves 3.
KATHLEEN MORRlS!Chemistry Club 33 Latin Club 2. 43 Girl Reserves 3. 4.
JUDITH NELSONfStudr:-nt Council 43 Latin Club 1. 2. 3. 43 Orchestra 1. 2. 33
Math. Club 23 Sl'lZl.li0SlJ02ll'E'S Dream l. 3. 43 Interscholastic.Debate 1. 2: Stall' of
Kab 43 Reporter for Arrow 3. 43 Chairman of standing' com. 43 Member of standing
com. 43 Member of Senior Council 43 Secy. of Club 2. 33 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl
Reserves 3. 43 Choir 43 Honor Society 43 Honor roll.
MARILLYN NELSON-National Honor Society 3. 43 Student Council 1. 2. 33
IIHBSDIZIIIS 43 One-act Play Contest l. 23 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Sha.kespeare's
Dream 1. 23 Interclass Debate 3. 43 Staff of Kab 43 Reporter for Arrow 3, 43 Secy.
of Sr. Class 43 Member of Senior Council 43 Girl Reserves 3. 43 Physics Club 43
ROBERT NELSON.-Band. 1. 43 Any Other Squad 3. 43 Intramural Basketball 13
Physics Club 43 Foreign Language Club 3. 4.
ROWLAND NEWMAN-Track Team 2. 3. 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2. 33
Sl1akespeare's Dream Stall' 33 Radio Club 4.
RUTI-I NICKEY-Declamatory Contest 1. 23 Home Economics Club 13 Glee Club 1. 2.
EFOJNQRD NOREEN-Iuterclass Track Team 1. 2. 33 Secy. of Club 43 Physics
u . 3. ' ,
SHERMAN NOREEN-"S" Club 3. 43 Commercial Club 43 First Football Squad
3. 43 First Basketball Team 33 Interclass Athletics 2.
Bernice Petel son
Loi raine Schwartz
HARRIET PALM-Chemistry Club 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Thespians 4: Pres. Home
Room 1, 2. 3: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Shakespeaxes Dream 1. 2, 3, 4: Memb:r
of standing con1. 4: Secy. of :Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves 3: G-lee Club 1. 2. 3: Choir
2. 3. 4: Music 3. 4: Honor Society 4: Honor roll.
ELWOOD PATTEN-Commercial Club 3: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: Hi-Y Club
1. 2: President Home Room 3: Any Other Squad 1. 2: Second Basketball Team 2:
gitekrclsassClAt.l1le1::ics 1, 2, 3: Shakespeare's Dream 4: President of Club 4: Politics
u : oir .
ANITA PAULEY-Commercial Club 1: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: Chemistry
Club 3: Math. Club 1. 2: Interclass Debate 4: Girl Reserves 3. 4.
BERNICE PETERSONiStudent Council 4: Commercial Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Biology Club
2: Home Economics Club 2. 4: Librarian 3: Pres. Home Room 2. 3: Shakespea1'e's
Dream Stail' 3: Chairman of Finance Com. 3: Member of Junior Council 3: Pres. of
Club 3: Vice-pres. Club 4: Bookstore Com. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Girl Reserves 3.
KENNETH PETERSONfCommercial Club 2: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2.
WILLIAM PLOURDE--"S" Club 4: Commercial Club 1. 2. 3: Science Club 1: Biology
Club 4: First Football Squad 3, 4: Interclass Athletics 3: Senior Play 4: Choir 3.
DOROTHY RANUM-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2:
Interclass Athletics 1. 2: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3, 4: Girl Reserves 4: Music Club 4
BETTY REINELT-Interclass Athletics 1. 2: Girl Reserves 4: Music Club 4.
CATHERINE RICHERT-Commercial Club 1. 2 .3. 4: Science Club l: Biology Club 2:
Music Club 4: Chairman Bookstore Committee 4: Honor Society 4: Honor roll.
ELWOOD ROETTGER--"S" Club 4: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: First Foot-
ball Squad 2, 4.
BEVERLY RYDEEN-National Honor Society 3, 4: Student Council 4: Chemistry
Club 3: Thespians 4: Librarian 3: Pres. of Home Room 1, 2, 3: Interclass Athletics
1: One Act Play Contest 1. 2: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Shakespeare's Dream
1, 2: Staff of Arrow 4: Reporter for Arrow 2. 3: Chairman of Assembly Com. 4:
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 3. 4: Physics Club 4: Honor roll.
NORMA RYDEEN-Commercial Club 3: Science Club 1: Home Economics Club 4:
Girl Reserves 4.
WALTER RYDEEN-Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: Chemistry Club 3: Math.
Club 4: Physics Club 4.
MARCELLA SAWYER-Declaniatory Contest 1. 2. 3. 4: Student Council l: Latin
Club 1. 2: Thespians 3. 4: Math. Club 2. 3: One Act Play Contest 2. 3: Junior
Play 3: Shakespc-are's Dream 1. 3. 4: Staff of Kab 4: Reporter for Arrow 3. 4:
Yell Leaders 2. 3: President of Club 1. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserves 3. 4.
GEORGE SCHMIDT-Commercial Club 2: Hi-Y Club 2: First Football Squad 1:
Any Other Squad 2: Interclass Athletics 3.
JIM SCHORR-Biology Club 2: Chemistry Club 3: Math. Club 2. 3. 4: Auv
Other Squad 1.
LORRAINE SCHWARTZ-Commercial Club 3: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2:
Home Economics Club 1. 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3.
RUSSELL SHATTO-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2:
Any Other Squad 1: Interclass Athletics 1. 3, 4: Interclass Track Team 1-
BUDD SHERRARD-Science Club 1: Chemistry Club 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Thespians
4: Math. Club 2. 3. 4: Shakespeare's Dream 3. 4: Secy. of Club 4: Physics
Club 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Choir 2. 3. 4: Jr. Academy of Science 3. 4.
RICHARD SIMONSON-"S" Club 3, 4: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: First
Football Squad 2. 3: Any Other Squad 1: Interclass Athletics 1. 2. 3. 4.
ETHELWYNE SMITH-Commercial Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Science Club 13 Biology Club 2- '
JANE SMITH-Commercial Club 4: Science Club 2: Biology Club 2: Home Economics
Club 1, 4: Chemistry Club 3: Girl Reserves 4: Glee Club 1. 2: Choir 2.
JOHN SMITH-Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: Glee Club 3.
MARTHA SONTAG-Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: Latin Club 3, 4.
CARL STRAND-Science Club 1: Biology Club 2: Chemistry Club 3: Hi-Y Club
2: Band 1. 2. 33 Math. Club 4.
EARL SUCCO-Band 2: Choir 1.
ETHEL SWANSON-Commercial Club 1: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2:
Math. Club 1.
LYLE SWANSON-Commercial Club 1: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2:
Math. Club 2. 3.
Anna Jane Wellman
DONALD SWISHER.-National Honor Society 45 Honor roll5 Chemistry Club 35
Hi-Y Club J. 25 Tliespians 45 President Home Room 45 Junior Play 35 Senior
Play 45 Shakespeare's Dream Staff 2, 3. 45 Interclass Debate 3. 45 Editor of Kub 15
Reporter for Arrow 1. 45 Tusitala Stali' 2. 35 Physics Club 25 Jr. Academy
of Science 35 Camera Club 15 Chess Club 45 Foreign Language Club 3.
GLADYS TENNYSON-Commercial Club 1: Science Club 15 Biology Club 2:
Band 45 Librarian 35 Shakespeares Dream Stall' 35 Reporter for Arrow 45 Pres.
of Club 45 G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 45 Physics Club 45 Foreign Language Club 35
Honor Society 4.
DALE THOMPSON-"S" Club 3. 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry
Club 35 Pres. Home Room 45 First Football Team 1. 2. 35 Iuterclass Track
Team 1, 2. 35 Pres. of Club 45 Vice-Pres. of Club 35 Secy. of Club 4 C215
Los Gatos 3. 45 Physics Club 4.
VIOLA THOMPSON-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Home Economics Club 1. 2.
IIELEN THOREEN-National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 1. 25 Chemistry
Club 35 Latin Club 1. 25 Thespians 45 Interclass Athletics 25 One-act Play Contest
25 Senior Play 45 Shakespeare's Dream 1. 25 Iuterscholastic Debate 1. 2. 3. 45
lnterclass Debate 25 Reporter for Arrow 2. 3. 45 lllember of standing com. 2. 3, 45
Member of Junior Council 3: Member of Senior Council 45 G. A. A. 1. 2, 35
Girl Reserves 3. 45 Physics Club 45 Honor roll.
DOROTHY TOFT-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Home Economics Club 15
Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club 1. 25 Math. Club 35 Secy. of Club 25 G. A. A.
1. 2. 3. 45 Girl Reserves 3. 45 Staili of Kab 45 Camera Club 1.
COE TURNQUIST-Science Club 15 Chemistry Club 35 Math. Club 1. 25 Shake-
speare's Dream Staff 1, 2. 3. 45 Staff of Arrow 45 G. A. A. 1, 25 Girl
Reserves 3. 45 Physics Club 2.
KENNETH UTECHT-Commercial Club 1. 2. 35 Biology Club 25 Science Club '5
lnterclass Athletics 1. 2. 3. 4.
FRANCES VOLLMER-Commercial Club l. 2. 3, 45 Biology Club 25 Science Club l.
EVIOLET WALLi-Commercial Club 1. 2. 45 Science Club 15 Biology Club 2.
DONALD WARMAN-Declamntory Contest 45 Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club 1, 25
Hi-Y Club 1. 25 'lhespians 45 Band 45 Math. Club 2. 35 Shakespcards Dream Stall'
1. Z. 3. 45 Pres. of Club 45 Vice-Pres. of Club 45 Los Gatos 2. 3. 45 Physics Club 15
Radio Club 45 Jr. Academy of Science 3. 45 School Electriciau5 Movie operator.
ANNA JANE WELLMAN-Commercial Club 1. 2. 35 Science Club 15 Biology
Club 25 Home Economics Club 2.
DARREL WERT-Biology Club 35 Chemistry Club 35 Band' 45 Math. Club 35
First Football Squad 1. 2 iSomersetJ.
LESTER WERT---Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 35 Math.
Club 2. 3.
EDWARD WHALEN-Commercial Club 35 Science Club 15 Biology Club 25
Chemistry Club 35 Math. Club 2. 35 Any Other Squad 1. 2. 35 Second Basketball
Team 3. 45 Interclass Athletics 1. 2. 3. 45 Interclass Track Team 2, 3.
KATHERINE WHALEN-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Home Economics Club 35
Chemistry Club 35 Math. Club 1. 2: Reporter for Arrow 45 G. A. A. 1, 2. 35
Girl Reserves 3. 4.
BETTY XVILSON-Declumatory Contest 15 Science Club 15 Latin Club 1. 25 Math.
Club 2. 35 Senior l-'lay 45 Shakespeare! Dream Stall' 45 Interscholastic Debate 1. 2.
3. 45 Reporter for Arrow 3. 45 G. A. A. 1. 2. 35 Girl Reserves 3. 45 Honor Society 45
DONALD WILSON-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 35 Hi-Y
Club 1. 25 Math. Club 1, 2. 35 A.ny Other Squad 45 Second Basketball Team 35
Iutercluss Track Team 35 Student Manager Basketball and Football.
JAMES WOJAHN-"S" Club 3. 45 Science Club 1. 25 Biology Club 25 Math. Club 15
First Football Squad 3. 45 Any Other Squad 1. 25 First Basketball Team 3. 45
Interclass Athletics 1. 25 Los Gatos 4.
I GLENN YOUNGQUIST-Science Club 15 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 35 Latin
Club 3. 43 Math. Club 2. 3.
ELAINE ZOLLER-Commercial Club 1. 2. 35 Biology Club 25 Home Economics
Club 45 G. A. A. 1. 2. 35 Girl Reserves 3. 4.
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Fifth Row-Friday. Lee. Gillstrom, Dahlke. Harvey, Deragisch. Bergeron. Castle. Jones. C. Clwistizxnsoii.
Bclideau. Albrecht. DeWolf, Clemens. Broecker. Gilbert. Garey. '
Fourth Row-D. Carlson K. Anderson Irnholt. Burns Grunke Gi 'i 11 lrk F hlo Audette.
. .. . . gn c. Ga . e W.
Glasbrenncr. Gran. Leander. Kreimer. Furseth. Bancroft.
Third Row-Kolbe. Harsh. Barnholdt. B. Carlson. Holmes. Buckley. Connors. Dornfeld. Ackerson.
Chial. Collopy. Ingersoll, Johnson. B. Johnson. Danville. Fretland. Judkins. Farstad.
Second Row-Myrtle Hallen. Clay. Gigrich. Affolter. L. Anderson. A. Johnson, G. Johnson. Kramer.
Gardner. Clarey. P. Johnson. R. Johnson. Graham. Jewell, D. Brown. Linner. Carrol. Bird.
First Row-Myrna Hallen. LaVinc. Jackson. Kearney. Adkins. Curtis, Lacey. H. Larson, M. Carlson.
Clements. Bernstein, Kresenske. P. Johnson, Gunderson. LuVaIley. Beer. G. Anderson.
LOWWER. PICTURE '
Fifth Rowichrade. Steinackcr. Stohlberg. Schmoeckel. Whalen. Redpath, Noack. Proesch. Reed
Longbotham. Shattuck. Snreeman. Sullivan, Lohlner. Reiland. McLaughlin.
Fourth Row-Moen. Schelander. Simonson. D. Smith. Wangerin. Stiles. Schiesser. Skramstud. Lofgren
Palmer. Simonet. Nenmeier. Nippoldt. Phalen. Nolan. Murphy.
Third Row-Marianna. Mondor. Swanson. O'Neal. Schmidt. Scheel. Muliinger. McLaughlin. Murphy
Sherrard. Peterson. Robertson. Zabel. O'Brien. Richert. Schnell.
Second Row-Madsen. Moclter. Olson, Munson, Schrank, Payette. Steinbeiser. Rhode. Morris. A. Nelson
Sahnow. Zabel. Mordick. Pasch. Pozzini. Marty. A. Schnell. M. Murphy. Stanek.
First RowvPeulen. Rivard. Norgren. Swanman. Randall. Meisner, Sanne. Wolfe. Peulen. Woorhnancy
MacDonald. Lott. Sakrison. Radloii. P. Murphy. Worden. Schaffer. Seifert.
Standing-Bertwin Nippolrlt, Bronson Bancroft, Joe Kreimer.
Seated-Shirley Snkrison. Anne MacDonald. Ann Margaret
Johnson. Karl Neumeier.
Inset. Adviser-Miss Beth Bishop.
To this Junior class must be entrusted most
of the schoo1's major activities for next year.
Kab. Arrow, School President, Student Council,
and Tusitala will be some of the many activities
that this class must take over. One may rest
assured though, that they will all be as well
done as those of this year, since the Junior
class is one of many leaders, as was ably illus-
trated by their accomplishments this year.
"Nothing But The Truth," the Junior three-
act play was a tremendously successful comedy
Three years out . . close to port .
that will not soon be forgotten. Nor will the
"Wor1d's Fair" prom which resulted from the
Financial success of this venture, be anything
but a standout in everyone's memory.
The Junior one-act play, "Oh Doctor!" like-
wise a comedy, was equally successful.
Concerning next year's publications, Gertrude
Lott was elected new editor of the Arrow, and
Betty Clements was made head of the Kabe-
konian staif. '
as is we
Sixth Row-Dalluhn, Follestad. Feeley. Beaudet. Eclstrom. Burke. I-Ieimann. Berger. Clay. K. Johnson.
Bloom. Berggren. Hill. Bodlorieh
Fifth Row-Bastien. C. Johnson. Loren Eckluncl. Bloom. Beyer. Hackett, Brown. Garbe. Hurley.
Frawley. Fenske. Hammergrcn.
Fourth Row- Huston. Deaner. Conrad. Hall.
Barker. Leroy Ecklund, R. Carlson.
Third ROWS E. Graham. E. Jagg. Brockinan.
Daly, Hart. M. Harveiux. Barnholdt.
Second Row-H. Carlson, Hagen. Croonquist.
Clemens. Audette, Anderson. Burgess.
First Row4Beebe. Bell. Douville. Huestis. A.
Brown. Guse. M. Backe, D. Johnson.
Hildebrandt. Hanson. D. Granrlrluist, I.. Johnson, Arndt
Asmus. Akey. H. Bnolse. Glenn. Gloria Erickson. Evans
Benoc, A. Chitas. Ciesman. W. Harvieux. L. Harvieux
Casanova. M. Carlson, B. Johnson. Durrington. Haines
V. Grandquist. Ageton, Hooley. S. Douville, Guslunder
Erickson. G. Erickson. Hodnett. Curtis. Erhorn, Barber
Christensen. Collopy. C. Cedarbloom. Benson.
Fifth Row-D. Kojetin. Kutz, Tibbets. Patrick. Walker. L. Lohman. Simonet, Pilquist. Ries, Quist
Lange, Zeuli. Neske. Murray.
Fourth Row-Krueger. Randall. Oreclson. LaCosse. R. Lohman. Munson, J. Rowland. Meisner. V. Larson
G. LeQuea, Kellogg. V. Larson. Weiss. Simonson.
Third Row-Thompson, Pierce. B. Norgren. Risendal. Madsen. MeComher. M. Sullivan. Swnnman
Schroeder, E. Rowland, Ruline. Niederer. Klindworth, Kern, Roettger. Ryland. Penlen. Seullen
Second Row-Seidler. J. LeQuea. Kelm. Rydeen. Thron. Weckwerth. Segelstrom, Moody, Linnell
Maxwell. Peterson. Mekkelsen. Strand. Magnuson, Powell. Moulton. Kalk. Teske.
First Row-White. Lofsrren, Stiles. Lott. Linner. Schaar. Nelson. Mordick. Lyons, Truinor. P. Sullivan
Lutz. D. Roettger. Stephens. V. Schrank. H. Schnell. Lentz.
William Hurley. Eileen Rowland. Mzu'gau'et Carlson.
Inset-Advisor. Mr. George Jansen.
At the bottom rung in the ladder this year,
instead of the second, since the Freshmen have
been incorporated into the Junior High School,
the Sophomore class showed much promise of
becoming one of the best classes ever to grace
the halls of Stillwater high School.
The sophomore one-act play, 'KDrums of
Death," was one of the eeriest productions that
has ever been staged, and was indeed something
of which this class can rightfully be proud.
Many sophomores took part in the schoo1's
annual production, Shakespeare's Dream. This
year's play was titled "Smilin' Through," and
Mitzi Rowland, in the lead of Moonyeen Claire,
topped the list of sophomores participating in
this production. Many from this class also took
part in the operetta, "The Bo's'n's Bride."
This class also produces many promising
athletes, among them, Jim Rowland, Frank
LaCosse, Frank Hildebrandt, Howard Hanson,
and Bob Edstrom. Many others were also active
in interclass and intramural basketball and track.
Midway . . two years gone-two left .
Honors on the interclass competition went, this year, as usual,
to the Senior Class.
In dramatics, the Seniors showed their superiority, and, re-
peating last year's triumph, took first place in the one-act play
contest with the production "False Witness." Excellent performances
were turned in by all concerned and the plays, taking place at
night instead of during school hours, were deemed by all a com-
plete success. The change in hour from previous years was neces-
sitated by the poor conduct and resulting discontinuance of as-
semblies at the time.
The Sophomore Class also gave a very fine play in the pro-
duction titled "Drums of Death," in which kettle drums played
backstage added a great deal to the dramatic effect.
The Junior one-act. play, "Oh Doctor!" was the only comedy
entered in the race and, although handicapped by the fact that a
comedy has not won the contest in several years, the Juniors came
very close to coming out on top.
In interclass debate the Seniors also Won out, winning three
times, twice on the affirmative and once on the negative side of
the question "Resolved that the chain stores are detrimental to the
best interest of the American Public." After defeating the Juniors
with the negative side by a score of two to one, and the Sopho-
mores with the affirmative argument by the same score, the Seniors
found themselves tied with the Juniors who had defeated the Sopho-
mores three to nothing thus tying the Seniors at four to four. The
final debate found the Senior team winning with the affirmative
by two to one.
hands on declcl' Hold hard
mates, a storm's in the making!
Third Row--Bastien. Christensen. Frawley, Nolan. Jewell
Second Row-Szmne. Rydeen. Simonet. Lott. Linnell.
Granquist. Jones, Belideuu. Woodmancy.
First Row-Mr. Kuhlman. Swanson, M. Anderson. C. John
son. Leander. J. Nelson. Peterson. Schroeder
Inset-Mr. Milton Kuhlman.
Stillwater High School's governmental sys-
tem, to say the least, is unique. It guarantees
the student the maximum of freedom and yet
retains enough check through the faculty to
keep the students from saying or doing things
which might be injurious to the school.
The government is based on a system of
representation which draws one student from
each home room or lifth hour class, and two
representatives from the senior class at large.
These twenty-four, including an official secre-
tary, appoint committees, pass legislation and
adopt resolutions concerning student activities.
Disciplining of assemblies and executing of
all other activities is left entirely in the hands
of students, and although some difficulties con-
cerning assemblies were encountered this year,
conduct was generally good.
Stillwater High School's government is re-
markable in that little, if any, force is necessary
to keep it in good running order.
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Stillwater High and its student council system can truly be
called a miniature democracy in that it is almost identical with all
the features of the U. S. government, not only in legislative pro-
cesses, but in executive methods also.
In general, legislation which is passed through the council
originates in the committees, which are assigned to the various
specific duties necessary to keep the machine well oiled.
For instance, the finance committee's work is to see that
various funds allotted to the activities of the school are not over-
drawn or running too consistently "in the red,"
Another board, the assembly committee, spends the funds
which have been guaranteed them by the finance committee for
the procurement of assemblies.
Still other committees take care of the other duties which
arise during the school year. The noon-hour committee has as its
duties the handling of those out-of-town students who do not go
home at noon, and the scheduling of noon-hour entertainment, and
activities. Another committee which works hand in hand with
the noon-hour board is the hall and building committee, which
sees that no damage is done to the woodwork and that no students
are left in the halls during the noon-hour.
The Welfare committee sees that Howers and cards are sent
to the sick members of the classes while the reception committee
ushers visitors through the building and sees that the host or
hostess system is functioning smoothly.
The lost and found committee sees that articles lost in the
building are returned to their rightful owner. A small charge of
five cents per article returned is levied on the students for this
' ' 7 Third Row-Broclmian. Mm-dick. Henning, Stephens. Lutz. Schaar. Johnson, Schrzmk.
Second Row-J. Magnuson, L. Magnuson. Asmus, Lentz. Burgess. Barber. Ryland. Curtis. Scullcn
First RowZMiss Linclholm. LeQuea, Schroeclcr. Bucke. Linnell, Lyons. Erhorn. Roettger. Moulton
Seated-Alcey, Li nner. Kclm.
Absent-Backe. Guslander, Rydeen.
Fourth Row-Ncske, Ageton, Nelson. Clements. Bloom. Feeley, Rowland.
Third Row-Cicsman. Swzmmuu, Seicllcr, Thron. Hart. Burnholdt, Hooley. G1-eeder, Casanova. Miss Almen
Second Row-Benoe, Chitas. Grandquist. Rowland, M. Sullivan. P. Sullivan.
First Row-Conrad, Hzuninergrcn. Lofgrcn, W. Harvicux. Beebe. Lang.
The advisory group is the governing unit
of Stillwater High School, even as the state or
county is of the United States. Representatives
are drawn on the basis of one from each group,
or fifth period class, and the members of this
council, so chosen, decide matters which concern
the student side of school life.
The council, however, is not the only con-
cern of the advisory group, as other activities
are often discussed within the group. Such
anatters as assembly conduct, care of the build-
ings, and other matters concerning the better-
ment of the school as a whole are freqently
There are five fewer advisory groups in the Senior High this year .
' 7 Second Row-Asmus. Comfort. Youngquist. Beaudet. Bloom, Steinbeiser, Fretland. Turnquist, O'Neal.
Seated-Miss Tourtellot, A. Johnson. Jackson. Nelson, VVilson, F. Johnson, MacDonald.
Mr Third Row-Lee. Deaner, Gogrezgin, Kollzmder. Noreen. Wojiihn. D. Carlson. Gigrich.
- D Swoncl Row-Pauley. Christiansen, Garbo. Ackerson. Lucck. Crunk. Cates. Larson. Smith, Erickson.
First Row-Mr. Iverson. Palm. Wert. Hammergren, Hart. Morris. Kent. Richert, Sontag. Harvey,
Absent-Peterson. McDonald. Berger, Magnuson.
Third Row-Noreen, Wilson. '
Second Row-Ecker, Morris. Smith. Kendrick. Ingersoll, Keene. Stzmek, Schneii. Casanova..
Seated-Miss Gottry. E. Johnson. Lineli. D. Thompson. Bird, L. Anderson. Munson.
Thero are twenty advisory groups in the Senior High .
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MI. Third Row-lnuriaua. O'Brien. Stohlberg. Audetie. Schiesscr. Friday. Noack. Broecker. Steinacker
S: cond Row-Pozzini. Kearney. G. Johnson, Marty. B. Johnson. Kresenske. Vllungerin. Gilbert. Lofgren
Clark. Murphy. Madsen. Murphy. Judkins.
First Row-Sakrison. Kerner. Larson. Mr. Rormzm. Sullivan. Lott.
Third Row-Hill. Miller. Garbo. Munson. Kellogg: R Lohman. Burke. Meyer. Hackett.
Mr- Second Row-Riscndal, Murrry. H. Curlsun. Fckluncl. Ries. Arnclt. Quist. Dallahn. L. Lohman
Stiles. Zeuli. V. Larson.
First Row-Hull. Deuncr. Vernon Larson. Follestzxcl. Eclstrom. Fruwley. Thompson. L. Hzu-vieux
M' I 7 6 Third Row-Lnmprbotlizun. Whzxlcm. Clemens, Utecht. Roettfrer, Jewell. Brown.
Second Row--Alfolter. Szlhnow. Daniels. Reclpznth. Albrecht. Spreemun. Patrick. Peulen. Moen
Anderson. Proesch. Sclirzmk, Scheel. Nelson.
First Rowglvliss Isacson, Morsick. Lincfgrrcn, Lutz. McDonald. Jones. Wellman. Albrecht. Swanson.
M ul finger, Wolfe.
and thirteen groups in the Junior High .
MI. G 'JS Third Row-Rydeen. C. Johnson. Simonson. Erickson. Kriesel. Berggren.
S' D Second Row-Cole. D. Johnson. Ertle. Swanson, G. Carlson. Strancl. Anderson-. Dilley. R. Carlson
Swisher. Davis. VVull. Mrs. Gower.
First Row-Jensen. H. Anderson. M. Anderson. Grunke, Berg. Rydeen. Thoreen. Sawyer. Nelson
Mr Third Row-Daly. Evans, Erickson. Trainer. Kern. Mekkclson.
- . D Second Row4Hag'en. Croonqnist. Teslce. Haynes. B. Johnson. Carlson. Douvillu. Mueller. McCo1nbe1
First Row-Audett. Weckworth. Rudlolll Darrington, lVlr. Janson. Shirley. Anderson. Roettgex
Third Row-Reed. Castle, Lee, Duhlke.
D Second Row-Collopy. Sherrard. Palmer. Shore. VVert. Wnrmnn.
First Row-Peterson. Reinelt. Bancroft. Kreimer. Nippoldt. Miss McShane. Seifert. Garey.
Each Senior High group must supply one assembly a yea? .
Dahl. Clarey. Olson. Connors. Miss Witt.
Second Row-Moclter. Gralznm. Hallen.
First Row-Zabel. Schnell. Schelander. Carlson. Schwartz. Adkins, Clay. Murphy. Peulen. Sanne
Third Row-Schneflbr. Anderson, Gran. Felxlow. Simonson. Leander. Astell, Shattuck. Schrade
MI.. Third Row-Kilpatrick, Croonquist. Kuliuoff. Johnson. Clements, Larson.
Second Row-Hecht. Thompson. Kimkcr. Bzmcroft, Swanson. Schmidt. Groth, Hall, Simonet, Koch
Vollmcr, Whalen, Jones.
First RowgM1'. Anderson. Tennyson. Broccker. Cutler. Krug. Schwartz. Zoller. Berg. Taft.
Third ROXV-NCDl'g'1'0l1. McLaughlin. Rivzmrd. Ingersoll,
Second Row-Woodmnncy. McDonough, Randall, Reilund. Dcragisch. Proesch, Carlson. Phaleu.
Gillstrom. Lohmvr. Payette.
First Row-Miss Colby. Shcrrurd. Robertson. Farstad. Beer, Rhode. Dornfelcl. Kolbe. Schmoeckel.
Absent-Fretland. Stiles. D. Johnson. Skrzunstad.
or give five dollars to flle assembly committee .
Third Row-Judd. Plourde. Beers. Guse. Rydeen.
Second Row-Andrewson. V. Johnson. Eichtcn. Ladd. Gelforcl. Grady. B1-ussarcl. Crunk. Ranum. Krueger.
First Row-L. Johnson. Fenske. Herbert. H. Anderson. B. Peterson. Miss Lysne.
Third Row-D. Christensen. Barker. Randall. Monty.
D Second Row-Powell. Klinclworth. 1VIIldSl:ll. McCmnber. Kalk. LeQuezx, Meisner. Hurley. Tlbbetts.
Hildebrandt. Norgren. Burgess.
First Row-L. Peterson. Maxwell. Brown. Gusie. Segelstrom. Glenn. Hurvicux. Bell. R. Carlson.
Third Row-Nolan. Helmann. Smith. Shattn.
Second RowiBrochmann. Pierce. Brown. Linner. LuCosse. Fursetlx. Huston. Hoclnett. Lutz, Swnnman.
First Row-Miss Bishop. Graham. Ebne Antonsnn. Grahzun.
Contests on ticket sales are popular between groups .
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M' C d 7 6 Third Row-Gardner, Smith, P. Johnson. Cover. Glasbrenner.
G Second Row-L.mV.1lIey. Schmidt. Glgzlch, Kiehenske, BG1ldGrLlI. DeVVo1f. B. Swanson. Richert. Worden
First Row-Buckley. Hallin. Harsh. Bernstein. Miss Cady. Douville. Morgan. Carlson.
Absent-Bergeron, Carroll. -
Ml, Third Row-Imholdt, Christianson. R. Johnson. Grunke.
- Second Row-Nenmeier. Burns. P. Johnson. Lucey. Huestis. Holmes. Simonet.
First Row-Mr. Beck, R. Swanson, LaVine, Whalen. Madsen, Clements.
Absent-Cover. Pasch. Blech.
MI.. Third Krueger. Witbeck, Sixnonet. K. Johnson. Buyer. Clay, Berggren
Second Row-Kojetin. Kutz, Ecklund. Lott. C. Johnson.
First Row-Bastien. Walker. White. Huestis, Mr. Wilson, Benson. Douvillnb. Oredson. Hanson.
and have helped boost sales and interest .
Third Row-Nelson. Kilpatrick. Lcnncler. Swisher. Kriesel. Eichten. -
Second vlsfaw-Comfort, M. Anderson, H. Anderson, Tennyson. Richert, Berg. Palm. Lee. Magnuson.
First Row-D. Johnson, Davis. Krog. Nelson. C. Johnson, Thoreen, Rydeen.
Absent-David Croonquist. Kay Jones.
Third Row-Koch, Barker. B. Sherrard. 'Wzirmain Gigrich. Stiles. Gilbert. Rycleen.
Second Row-Mr. Beck. Wilson, H. Schafl'er. Brown, Nippoldt. D. Cliristensn. Harvey. Dix, D.
Darrington. J. Magnuson.
First Row-Kalinoff. Comfort. H. Schnell. J. McComber. Hoclnett. M. Nelson. LaVine. Dahlke.
Absent-Ann Margaret Johnson.
Nailonal Honor Society Iumor Academy of Sclence
This year's Honor Society was composed of The Stillwater Chapter of the Minnesota
twenty-five members, and was unusual in that Junior Academy of Science was one of the best
it contained no members of the Junior Class. and largest in the state this year, as it showed
, , a great deal of interest in all of the ventures
The Honor Society met, this year, on the of the academy
average of once every two Weeks for the pur-
pose of discussing matters vital to the continue- Early in the fall, several of last year's mem-
tion of the present system of student participa- bers traveled to Zumbrota to a regular meeting
tion. Much was done at the time of discontinua- of the academy, and again later in the year
tion of assemblies, and many angles of the con- Stillwater was well represented at th
duct question were discussed. College meeting of the
Two active Honor Groups .
Ike Kriesel, Swanson. Davis.
Mrs. Ethel Gower.
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Third Row-Nolan, Johnson. Sherrard. Bloom, Erickson. Lea
Second Row-Lee. Thoreen. LaVine. Jackson. Bernstein. Rowland. Ne
First Row-Harsh. MacDonald. Sawyer. Warman, Berg. Linnell. Blech.
Second Row--Casanova. Eichten. Judd. Keene. Linnell. Adkins, Carlson. Ghial. Larson.
First Row-Peterson, M. Anderson. Richert, Miss Cady. H. Anderson. Gelford, Magnuson.
Thespian Club Bookstore Committee
Under the guidance of Mrs. Gower, the Functioning, as usual, at the beginning and
Thespian Club was expanded from practically a end of the school year, the Bookstore commit-
closed club, with only one member remaining tee this year performed an invaluable service
from last year, to a club which included twenty- to both schools in acting as a sales agency for
seven members at the end of the year. the second hand books of which the students
' h d t d', e.
Several plays were also undertaken as part WIS e 0 NPGS
ofthe Thespian program, among them, "Wheels," Not only in this sense, however, did this
a safety play used in the early part of the year organization prove a benefit to the school, as
as the exchange program playg "Brink of Si- it was found, when this fund was balanced, that
lence," and "A Christmas Carol," produced at there was a considerable remainder which was
Christmas, given to the activity fund.
Moneyed merchants and particular players .
Working under the new system of the
Journalism class-newspaper staff, this year's Ar-
row attained a new high in all qualities, lay-
out, editorial policy, and journalistic writing.
The paper was expanded from the old four
column issue to a five column publication, and
a Junior High section was added. This portion
of the paper was edited entirely by the Junior
High School students and contained news per-
taining entirely to that part of the school system.
Top-Welshons. Nolan, Wojahn, Gigrich.
Bottom-Barker. Smart. Comfort. Blech.
The "Tusitala," the school's annual literary
magazine was unusual in that more copies were
sold this year than ever beforep 600 copies in
all were disposed of to the students of both the
Junior and Senior High Schools.
This was not, however, the only outstanding
feature of this yea1"s issue, as the editors of the
magazine made a specialty of the short short-
story type, and many unusual tales were turn-
Third Row-Swisher. Linnell. Murphy, Kalinoif, Can-lson. Erickson. Swanson,
Hanson. Bancrofiz, Davis.
Second Row-Bernstein. H. Anderson, Sawyer. LuVine. Whalen. Tennyson. Nolan,
Simonet. D. Johnson, M. Nelson. Lott, Sakrison. Peterson, Ladd.
First Row-Wilson. Levi. J. Nelson. F. Johnson. Noumeier. Rydeen, Magnuson,
Krog. Turnquist. Woodniancy. Kearney. M. Anderson, Thoreen.
Toft. Swisher. Carlson. J. Nelson. Johnson
Working with nothing else in mind than to
make the 1939 Kabekonian the best one ever
to be published, the staff of this publication
set for itself a few records worthy of note,
and also a few precedents for future annuals,
perhaps not in the editorial perfection but in
features such as the inclusion of a Junior High
School section, colored insert pages, and tint
coloring on various pages. These features,
coupled with the fact that this year's Kab sold
more advertising than any previous one, and
the fact that it is the first issue of this book
to use the three-colored cover, tend to make
this year's issue quite different from those of
However, even with all its new features, it
was with considerable trepidation that a copy
of the book was sent to the critical survey for
judging, and fingers are remaining crossed un-
til the beautiful balloon comes back with a
pin through it next fall.
Kriesel. Sawyer, M. Nelson. Leander
Second Row-Wilson. Swisher. Thoreen. Leander. Bloom. Jones. Kent. Plourde.
First Row-Linnell, Ryclecn, Anderson. Nelson. Miss Colby. Sawyer. Lee. Palm. Erickson.
Sawyer, Palm, Leander. Anderson. Bloom. Nelson. Berg. Erickson. Swisher. Rydeen. Johnson.
The dramatics which the class of 1939 un- cel-ning a love affair in which the girl was con-
dertook were widely Varied, the Junior Play, vinced by her father that she should give up
"Garden of the Moon," being in a serious vein, her ideas of marriage and take up a singing
while the seniors choose a lighter subject, and, career, and, upon finding this impossible, re-
with a great deal of merriment, put on a farce turning to be married.
titled 'iGrowin9' Pains." , , ,
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The former was a roniantic comedy con- of adolescent love affairs.
Tip top tragedians
tien Larson, C. Johnson.
Third Row-Friday. Burns. Tennyson, Randall. Warman. N. Johnson. Bas ,
Christiansen. Garey. Morgan.
Second Row-Kalinolf, R. Johnson. Moelter. Heifort. Oredson. Frawley. Hurley, Carlson, W, Hugstig,
McComber. Nelson. Belideau. Bastien.
First Raw-M. Huestis. Davis. Andrewson, Phalen. D. Johnson. Drechsler. Krcimer, Rivard. Wert,
Thircl Row-Kalinolf, McComber, W. Huestis, W. Bastien. Mr. Bastion. Morgan.
Second Row-M. Huostis. Davis. Andrewson. Phalen. Comfort. Heifort. Oredson.
First Row-Leander. Dreohsler, M. Anderson. D. Bastien. Christensen. Schnell. Dalke.
"Bigger and better" has been the motto The band is not the only organization showing
of both the band and orchestra this past year, marked improvement this past year as the Or-
and under the able tutelage of Mr. Bastien, chestra also ventured into fields which had
they have been able to realize both parts of hitherto remained unexplored.
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this motto. Phe band has expaniled to. its The sprmg concert, In Whlch both of these
121125655 Size and hfls tackled 'muslfff 5619911035 musical organizations took part was a huge suc-
of the highest caliber with surprising success. cess for both band and Orchestra
Elegant artists and polished performers .
Thoreen. Krog, Mr. Anderson, Bernstein. Kilpatrick. Wilson.
Standing--Erickson. Johnson. Davis.
Seated-Kilpatrick. Sawyer. Nolan
Stillwater's Debate Team experienced only
one setback this year, but that one, at the
hands of Minneapolis West High School, was
enough to deprive them of the state champion-
ship. However it was far from a case of Still-
water being worsted, as West also went through
the season undefeated, and, as a result, the
meeting was a confiict of the two outstanding
teams of the state, and in now way reflected
on Sti1lwater's ability.
Much more interest was shown this year
in declamation, due to the inclusion of a course
in speech in the curriculum of the school, and
although immediate results were not startling,
the indications are such as point to a bright
future for Stillwater in state competition.
This year Marcella Sawyer completed the
unusual feat of winning the dramatic cup for
the fourth time and Bob Kilpatrick captured the
oratory trophy for the second time in a row.
Expert elocutionists and admirable argufiers .
Standing:-C. Carlson. M. Anderson. D. Johnson. Sakrison. Turnquist. MacDonald.
Seated-C. Peterson. Tennyson. Miss Isacson. M. Carlson.
Seated-Bancroft. D. Thompson. C. Johnson. Mr. Beck.
Under the guidance of Miss Ann Isacson,
the Girl Reserves this year continued the ser-
vice activities Which are their objectives. Bas-
kets were distributed to the needy at Christmas
and many other worthy projects were under
way continually with this club at the head.
Early in the fall this club sponsored a
dance which was considered highly successful,
and later in the year this club helped the Junior
Chamber of Commerce put on EL basket social.
Several service societies .
Hi- Y Club
The Hi-Y started out the year as the Los
Gatos Club, but shortly after the Hrst of the
new year it was revamped and made into the
Senior Hi-Y. The laws of this new club are
substantially the same as those of all the other
Hi-Y's in the country.
The objectives of this club and its pro-
jects include many worthy undertakings, among
Which are the distributing' of baskets at Christ-
mas and other service activities.
Stzxnclingf-l',ott, Lohmcr. Bloom, Dalilke. Linnell.
Seated-Swanson. Bernstein, Sawyer. Johnson. Rowland.
Fourth Row-Minuet. Southern Gentlemen.
Third Row-Southern Sweethearts. lVlarionettes.
Second Row-Nurses. Southern Sweethearts.
Shakespeare 's Dream
This year's Shakespeare's Dream, a Romantic constructed in order to assure that no detail
Comedy titled "S1nilin' Thru," was one of the would be missing. -
most beautifully done productions which has Th 1 t d 1 L ,
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ever been seen on Stillwater High School's stage. ' e .p ay ,Was Cen are al Cum a mam
T1 . , , love aHa1r which one of the older characters
ie costunnng, the choruses and the setting , , ,
f y Q . . . had had in his youth, and his efforts to keep
or the garden scene in which the action took , . ,
. V . his 111006 from .marrying the man who had
place were all exceptional. Special scenery was , ,
ruined his romance.
Fourlh Row-Kojetin. N. Johnson. Swanson. Hall, Kilpatrick. Clay. Broecker. Bergeron. Patten
Sl'lIEl'l'il1'Cl, Benson. Koch. Lindberg.
Third Rowe-Tibhets Skrzmistad. Bastien. Wangerin. Richert. Ageton. F. Johnson. Adkins. Nelson.
Kresenske. Hummergren. K. Jones. Everniann. G. Jones.
Second Row-Powell. Hart. Kent. Seifert. Sullivan, Kresenske. Anderson. Steven, Cutler. Pretzel.
Pascli, Linner. Schroeder.
First Row-Palm. Wooclmancy. LuVine. Dornfeld. Miss Marian Fairchilcl. Judd. Linnell. Connors.
"Bo's'n's Bride" Leads-Front Center: Earl Wangerin. Emmy Lu Duly. Budd Shcrrard. Jenn
LuVine. Robert Kilpatrick. Betty Woodmuncy. Siegfried Koch. Katherine Judd. The others--school
girls und sailors.
An unusual experiment was conducted this Sherrard, Jean LaVine, Bob Kilpatrick, Betty
year under the auspices of the choir. An operet- Jane Woodmancy, and Seigfried Koch. 'Emmy
ta was put on for the First time in many years, Lu Daly, Katherine Judd and Earl Wangerin
and the results of the ardent efforts of the also played in minor parts.
choir under Miss F'1irchild's su ervision were - I
. ' p , The Choir, this year, reached a new peak
elltlrely successful. . . ,
both in numbers and quality. Choir robes were
The production was titled "The Bo's'n's purchased, thus adding much to the appear-
Bride," and leads were ably taken by Budd ance of the group. I
Each and all superior singers
Calendar of Even ts
First day of school with seven new faculty members.
Dedication of lights on football field by Ross N. Young. Stillwater
defeated University High 12-2.
The Ponies complete the successful Homecoming celebration when
they "Ice-o-late the Polars" 20-6.
Student Council holds annual banquet in honor of their newly
elected president, Clemens Johnson.
Ponies end Hastings twelve game winning streak by a 2-0 score.
Arrow came out with live columns and a Junior High School section.
Visiting Night in Stillwater public schools with the dedication of
the new Vilashington and Junior High School buildings.
Two da visiting rogram climaxed b Senior art .
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The rollicking comedy, "Growing Pains" was presented by the
Class of '39,
Hi-Y Club gave movies-admission being one toy to be repaired to
make some child happy at Christmas.
Junior Class Party held. Chinese checkers proved popular.
Choir presents first operetta, "Bo'sn's Bride."
Girl Reserves give Christmas party for needy "sisters,"
The Class of '39 presents the school with an electric score board
between halves of the Wliite Bear game.
Seniors take college apitude tests.
Snow storm disrupted school activities for several days.
All-School production, "Smilin' Through," presented.
Seniors win one-act play contest with their play, "False Witness."
S. H. S. debaters defeat Rochester in state semi-finals 3-0.
Seniors become characters in nursery rhymes and literature in
annual senior crazy day.
Ten students represented Stillwater at National Forensic League
Juniors present three-act comedy, "Nothing But The Truth." Still-
water debate team lost to West High thereby placing second in
Activity banquet for the students outstanding in activities.
Spring concert by band, orchestra, and choir.
Senior assembly and class picnic.
Juniors and Seniors go to the World's Fair Prom.
Commencement, the end of high school days but the beginning
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Winning Basketball Team-Harriet Kelm, Betty
Trainor, Margaret Greeder, Margaret Backe,
'Susan Steven, Betty Lyons, Kathleen Guse.
Winning Soccer Team-Back Row-Deloris John-
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Miss Fabcl'-Second Row-Gatzke, Buckley, Anderson, Lindgren, Fischer, Lohmer, Yerka, Nelson.
First Row: Lenmark, Pabst, Miss Fabel, Carlson, Miller, Leonard, Grant. Absent: Thompson, Cedarbloom.
Mr. Olson-Fourth Row: Brockman, Ower1s,,Lueken, Severson, Syring, Johnston.
Third Row--Roettger, Eichten, Raduenz, Hooley, Mechelke, Lott, Mackey, Flowers, Bartlett, Radloff,
Grove, Johnson, Anderson.
Second Row: Jackson, Maxwell, Zeuli, Cronk, Brunner, Knefelkamp, Masterman, Rice, Dawson, Mr. Olson.
First Row: McGlinch, Urel, Crimmins, Crotton.
Miss Kriesel--Third Row: Schneider, Schnell, Becker, Mardaus, Dilley, F. Sherrard, Pieu, Reider.
Second Row--Doyle, Horst, Pabst, Shatto, Akey, Erlitz, Major, Dennis, Farmer, Theuson, Peterson,
.H. Sherrard, Burns, Olson, S. Seim.
First Row-Miss Kriesel, Elness, Haley, Schnell, Roettger, Parnell, Nordstrom, Cohn, M. Seim.
Jn the Junior High ladder
Mr. Caffert -Third Row: McDonald, Leuck, Lenartz Parkhurst Herbert Piculell Peter on Rh
y . , , , S , ode,
Mordick, Kollander, Mr. Cafferty.
Second Row: DeCurtins, Johnson, Nelson, Fazendin, Kuehn, LaVenture, Ponath.
First Row: Olson, Glennon, Seifert, Russell, Lacy, Billy, Welander, Norman.
Mr. Peterson-Fourth Row: L. Johnson, Muller, M. Swanson, Siegfried, Ulrich, Dix, McAlpine
Van Merten, Kollander, Millarch, Pilquist.
Third Row-McComber, Gast, M. Johnson, Ertle, Chial, Gunderson, Anderson, Jackson.
Second Row: Emanuelson, Cook, Goetschel, Mondor, Kilpatrick, Miller, D. Swanson, Mihos, Michaelis,
Seated Crightlz Beutel, Pribnow, Mr. Peterson. Seated ffloorj: Wolf, Haak, G. Erickson, A. Erickson
Miss Kallestad-Third Row: Wihren, Erhorn, Heifort, Sherrard, D. Peterson, Schneider, Jensen, Un-
derhill, Schaar, B. Nelson, Wilson.
Second Row: Glasbrenner, Ackerson, Miss Kallestad, Smart, Meister, Fehlow, Masterman, Sutherland,
Nxppoldt, B. Peterson, Schell, Rydeen, Glass.
First Row: Schaffer, Johnson, Pozzini, E. Nelson, Marty, Korth, Hedstrom.
Hung two .
Miss Nolan-Fourth Row: E. Chatterton, D. Clum, Burkleo, Estelle, P. Clum, G. Chatterton, LaVine.
Third Row: Miss Nolan, Westphal, Kolbe, Bischoff, Gast, Glenn, Gehrmann, Paine, White.
Second Row: Madsen, Hall, Lenmark, Johnson, Flint, Barber, Linder.
Seated: Bodlovich, Buckley, Hagen. Absent: Flemming, Iserman, Carlson.
ostcr Fourth Row Mechelke Tuenge E Peterson Hughes Brostrom Thomsen Jesse Harrison.
Miss F .' -1 ' : , , . , , , , ,
Third Row: V. Peterson, Ruth Schleunser, K. Schell, Scheel, L. Peterson, M. Peterson, Kalk, Schmoeckel,
Thueson, Miss Foster.
Second Row: M. Schell, Steinick, Ruby Schleunser, Thompson, Lawson, Hooley, LaVine, Thorsen, Grove.
Seated: Gramenz, Olson, Lott, Sullivan, Huestis, Kollander, Sawyer. Absent: Smith, Rullne.
Mrs. Curtis-Fourth Row: Larson, Severson, LeBard, Thompson, Raddatz, Monfeldt, Parkhurst.
Third Row: Dawson, Harvey, Shelley, Bloom, Lutz, Sherrard, Johnson, Worden, Schadegg, Mrs. Curtis
Second Row: Stussi, Scullen, Welshons, Barker, Moelter, Darrington, Palm, Sisco, Nagel.
First Row: Wilson, Michaelis, Murphy, Peterson, Magnuson, Hammer, Barnholdt. Absent: Rosell, Kearney
Rung one .
Miss Costello-Third Row: Garbe, Wagner, Radunz, Kratz, W. Anderson, Seaman, Jack Anderson
Second Row: Dilts, Shattuck, Thorene, J. Anderson, Carlson, Woodmancy, Thompson, Swanson, Roettger
First Row: LaCosse, Jensen, Peterson, Humphreys, Reider, Kolbe, Groth, Miss Costello.
Seated: Kollander, Conrad, Ackerson, Ehnert. Absent: Beyer, Johnson.
Miss Lies-Third Row: Shrank, McKusick, Vollmer, Lueken.
Second Row: Nelson, Mardaus, Johnson, Bloom, McLaughlin, Wojahn, Vedder.
First Row: Roepke, Lohman, Richert, Michaelis, Miss Lies, Erickson, Beebe, Harsh, Thomsen.
Seated: Ponath, Barnholdt, White, Shoholm. Absent: Tibbetts.
Miss Pozzini-Fourth Row: Simonet, Stevens, O'Brien, Thomsen, Morris, Teed, Johnston.
Third Row: Bergstrom, Lee, I-Iinz, Vollmer, Carlson, Kunde, Ranum, G. Anderson, Jacobson.
Second Row: Miss Pozzini, Scheel, Malone, Bixby, Kramer, Williams, Johnson, Deaner, Roettger, Douville
First Row: Smith, Fischer, Bailes, Cedarbloom, L. Anderson, Peterson, Seim. Absent: Dikkers, Gerner
Mr. Burmeister- Second Row: Mr. Burmeister, Otto, Cronk, Peterson, Billy, Stohlberg,
Friday, Jacobson, Thompson, A Morris.
Seated: Redman, Kress, Randall,
The Executives' Club in the Junior High School, corresponds,
approximately, to the student council in the Senior High School. Its
duties are much the same and its activities, as to selection and
meetings are also closely similar.
Membership, however, is not selected by a separate. election, as
this group is composed entirely of the presidents of the advisory
groups, and, when a president is selected he automatically becomes
a member of the Executives' Club. A
Executive Committee-Second Row: Ehnert, Mr. Robbins, Fleming, Ackerson, Stevens,
Lott, Lawson, Carlson.
First Row: White, Darrington, Otto, Jackson, Parnell, Bergstrom, Olson, Emanuelson,
A nice tiled stairway . . .
"Look out for knots," says
"No," says Mr. Peter
son, "this is the sun."
"Give me cream of tomato,"
says Mr. Peterson . . . Several
girls use the new library . . .
Miss Lies shows them how.
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, Ott ,'
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Block zt. . . Mary Ann Wood A tg Ili- af. A
1T1l1I2Cy and Kay Kearney go skfzbg. tfj' W rg QL, ' 1 f'
lzu ff ' ' '
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econd Row: V
Back Row: Peters
, Hnonet, Sy-
. Thomsen, Carlson, Beyer,
Groth, Shattuck. Morris, Kratz, Seim.
Dutch Chorus of Junior High
Talent Show . Class
room scene from the tal-
ent show . . .
Ertle, Anne McKusick
Harrlett Schaffer pose
Down the riveg out on the sec, our
last section, the Hncmciozl backers.
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A SMALL, Select, Private School.
In Session Throughout the Year.
Enter at Any Time.
EVERY GRADUATE EMPLGYED.
23 EAST SIXTH STREET
MR. NICHOLS BELIEVES . .
that EVERY Business School and EVERY college or
university maintaining a business-training course, should
be REQUIRED BY LAW to provide employment for its
graduates, just as the NICHOLS SCHOOL has done since
1898. In other Words, "A POSITION instead of a mere
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Andersen Corporation +
Takes pleasure in extendino best wishes to the
oraduatino Class of l95O, with a special word ol
eonoratulation to the tollowino oraduates whose families
RODNEY ANDERSON- ELMER JOHNSON-
son of Tory Anderson brother of LeRoy Johnson
BETTE ANTONSON- PHYLLIS KEENE-
daughter of Alstrom Antonson daughter of Wm. Keene
LELAND BERGER- HELEN KRUEGER-
son of Leland Berger, Sr. daughter of L. B. Krueger
DONALD BERGGREN- DOROTHY LEE-
son of Theo. Berggren daughter of Oscar Lee
RICHARD CARLSON- LEONARD NOREEN-
son of Harold Carlson son of Arvid Noreen
KEITH CLEMENTS- SHERMAN NOREEN-
son of Charles Clements son of Arvid Noreen
GORDON DANIELS- ANITA PAULEY-
son of Jesse Daniels sister of Ralph and Harold Pauley
ANITA FENSKE- KENNETH PETERSON-
daughter of Geo. Fenske son of Granville Peterson
DORIS GARAVALIA- DALE THOMPSON-
daughter of Jos. Garavalla son of Geo. Thompson
JACK GARBE- ANNA JANE WELLMAN-
son of Gilbert Garbo daughter of Arvld Wellman
VIOLA, GELFORD- DONALD WILSON-
sister of Andrew and Dan Gelford son of Donald Wilson. Sr.
DONALD GROTH- ELAINE ZOLLER-
son of Henry G1-oth daughter of Gregory Zoller
I AIIIDIANE VIEW OE ANDEIZSEN PLANT, BAYDOIIT, MINNESOTA, OCTOBER, l05X.
QL- -hJO---Q-i'---ll--4h.i--4O--'4---'l- -l----l---h..i--lk..Q--
are represented in the Andersen 0roanization:- I
In The Class of 1939 I
I cm I0 Mtlsulzt
In ordering tailor-made custom
clothes the finest and most im-
I I portant thing to know is that
I we make yours strictly to
I ln any other way there are
ln Custom Tailoring the
. results are Definite.
"Oh, Shorty, I've heard so much of your I
new system of dry cleaning!" exclaims Joan
"Yes, we cull it 'S d 't works mar- I I
velously," says Shorty. E H B t
"Ed '1 d I .lways get it 1 d ' '
1 e," y' B b Swanson Ed S' t d '
W h h d g ment."
BUILDING SUDDIIIS . . .
We have everything from
Foundation to Chimney top
Famous Mule-I-licle Roofing and Shingles
Bluff Citu Lumber Co.
"Dracula,' in all its horrors . . . Brice
beats a. stern-Wheeler . . . More Crazy
Day . . . "Tex" and Jean Larson give
us the West on Crazy Day . . .
Helen, Bette and Lois in the snow.
This Ann ual
Prjn fed By
Bauport Drintinq House
LETTER PRESS PRINTING
U FFS ET PRINTING
--O----OL 4--lim -in--Alt-lin
Fancy Groceries, Fruits
, RICHELIEU BRAND
PU RE FDU D PRODUCTS
to the ciass of
SUPER SERVIGE STATION
y We Wish To Extend
To the Stillwater High School
Graduates oi 1939 our Best
Wishes for their continued
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f f' 'L ZX 2 "My, all the canned goods! There
l S 5, .. f V -K f5 W-' isn't a thing they don't have!" Anne
" I I wwglx' t Johnson exclaims to Norman Grunke.
. A ,
kathy l I K "It hasn't anything on the meat de-
Mk QV' partment. They have everything from
n""""" cheese to steaks." Dorothy Lee re-
marks to Pearl Marty as they stand
on the other side of the store.
9 Carlson SI: Olson
V Public Drovision
' Tuition for
Girl Graduates of 10 Monthly
I I installments
I Stillwater Hlgh School aaa
I CABLES I
Secretarial College for Girls
1547 University Avenue, St. Paul
Ashton Building - Near Snelling Avenue
Enrollment Strictly Limited To
V Girl Graduates oi Hioh Schools and Colleoes
Enroll Only With Students of College Grade
YOUI2 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION HAS EAIIIIED FOI? YOU IHIS DISIIIICIION
I ACCOUNTING BUSINESS LAW
COMPTOMETER MACHINE OPERATION
Everything in the commercial line
Ihorouoh Drenaration For Government Civil Service Dositions
Without Extra Cost
Summer quarter classes begin June 12, 19 d 6
Complete Fall quarter classes begin September 5, 11 and 18
10-iaith BURTON A. CABLE, President GRACE S. CABLE, Principal
24-Credit Tel. MI. 9644
Coigjilind Write or telephone for full description of our school and its courses
YOUFSGI1: We employ no solicitors We give no free scholarsh p E gh d
of Both a
and a I
To The Graduating Class oi
Connollu Shoe Companu
"Isn't this a beautiful spot?"
"Yes, It certamly ls." And Lhzs 1S the very
ool that the get their fresh brook trout
L f sn't it, Dick?" y Sh 1 y S kriso
t D ck Reed.
Uh huh, Wow! Lool t th L hopper
th And, you kno th L 11 Inn is
famous throughout the country for 1tS de-
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T Furniture Co.
NORTH MAIN ST. STILLWATIER, MINN
'Q' " " ' "0""O""'l"'C""l"' ' ' " "1"1"Q' 'O'
Let us help you plan your
new home or suggest how
you may remodel your old
one to the best advantage.
onsolidated umber omuanu
cilss or I O 5 Q
Farmers Sz Merchants
S a e Bank ot
class of '39
Gourlin Candu Co.
Class of .Z
mn Year of D epen name sewage
Complim en ts
H. W. Hanson
I C'ong1'atulatjons and Best MGSIZIGS I
S. II. S. Class of I959
May all your Worthwile
aims and Visions be realized
TIIT TII2ST NATIONAL BANK OT STIIIWATIQI2
"My, isn't this a beauti-
ful car?" says Betty Jane
Woorlmancy to Jean La-
Jean replies, "Yes, it not
only has a beautifully fur-
nished interior but also
the external appearance is
so distinguished and they
say it has power to spare."
"And they say it's per-
fectly safe to ride in be-
cause it has the biggest
hyclraulic brakes of any
Cavs in the low-priced
"And such perfect com-
fort, too," says Jean.
Valleu Motor Inc
Hanson Meat Co.
HDME MADE SAUSAGE
Telephone 2 Fre Deliv
Comolete Food Service
All Under One Roof
South I-lill Meat Market
Yards ln Washington County:
lAKlQ HMO MAI-ITOMEDI
AFTGN FOREST LAKE
Complim en ts
I on es
'TT' 'l"'4""l""l""T'T""lf1l""7?f"l- "?"'l' "l""l""l""l'Wl""l""Y'Q"'P"'Q"
"Well! You certainly look adorable in that
new model, Betty!" exclaims Betty Hart
watching Betty Magnuson wearing one of
Janda's new dresses.
"Yes, and won't we feel dressed up in these
at the style show at school tomorrow," re-
"Yes, and all the dresses are so well made
you just know it's quality stock," adds
LOUIS JANDA COMPANY
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John J. KILTY C0
Jack Steve Reu.
Clecmest t in Town
and Coolest Marke
P ' "-- - 4
Q ef is
x?- L4-E' I fig'
We Carry Only The C11 '
TELEPI-IONES 561 562
L. T. KUI-TN
503 NORTH FOURTH STREET
class of '39
Linner Electric Co
255 So. Main
ll' u 17 ll
'K' FIFIE PRINTING PLFITES i'
to the class of
KOLLINEIZ ZMEH? COMPANY
PHOENIX HOSIEPY CLUB
13th Pair Free
I h L 11 licit-
l E11 B hl h dusts
N H Ill ll if it
b I h k Ill set-
1 d d d f h mag-
Th 1 k She
1 M 1 h b rbed
luciIIe's Beautu Shoppe
Dells Extra T Compliments
C0566 cexssop lQ5Q
q0MpANy 0Isen's Department Store
STILLWATER, MINNESOTA E ET 205 S. MAIN STREET TEL IAXO
GREETINGS The Successful Man is
O e Well Dressed
Class ot .1 9
lwlzmct W. Immun
FIRE AND WINDSIOIZM ISIIMAIING A SPECIALTY
Phone 276 207 N. Main St.
To be well dressed you must
have your clothes tailored
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Th p h
phy lly p f t ll p
1 t d t
bl t p t t b titt cl
t th t t d t
225 E. Chestnut Stillwater
Now! Here! New!
Down in the price field ot Ford,
Chevrolet and Plymouth.
10? to 25? savings on gas
LOTT MOTOR CO. A
Studebaker and Pontiac
Con trolleal Volatility
QUICK EXPERT SERVICE
In Greasing and Washing
Madden Oil Co.
Congratulations to the
Class of 1939
May your future be Bright, Healthy and Prosperous
Your Chrysler Sz Plymouth Dealer
MBE EQLEBW1 0 T E9-
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Northern States Dowet Comnanu
fe SERVICE ,
ty IN qi'
we X If Q:
1 , Badrcmt Health and
Beauty can be Yours
Drink four glasses ot Oak Glenn Dairy milk each clay
That is all you have to do to possess radiant health and
Your figure, your complexion and your vitalityg all of
these improve and become your greatest charms, once you
get the OAK GLENN habit and stick to it.
Dhone I665-t Phone i666-L
"I-Imm. How do you '
rate being in that spiffy
new Nash, and with two
pretty girls at that?" says
Tuffy Ingersoll to Bob
"Yes, isn't it a honey?"
replies Bob. "What do
you think of it, girls?"
"I think their new system of air-conditioning is tops,"
answers Myrtle Hullen, "and they say it furnishes regular
summer heat in the middle of winter."
"And such roominess and beauty!" exclaims Luella Grady.
To The Class of Compliments
I 0 6 9 S of
Our Best Wishes
ff ' State Bank
S y Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
BEST WISI-IES TCD
THE CLAS5f IQ3
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Milk - Cream - Butter - Supreme lee Cream
The Best of Good Luck and
V. WILLIS BLOOM
"Just What The Name Says"
'My, you operators here certa ly
h to be experts!" exclaim H 1
Th en, as Barbara Gibso g s
Y s, indeed d d y 11
L e use only p d q 1
ty materials in all l pl
B rbara. "We use Re 1 N 1 P l h
and only brand-new and moder
equipment in givin g permanent
Beauty 62 MtIIine1'y
PURITY p Club House
l Fancy Canned
Fruits and Vegetables
Our beverages are made from l
' StiIIWater's Hnest spring Wafer ir i Cost NO More!
. l . l s Wh N B Th B P
A Most Pleaslng Drink O Y of HY e est
Daaru l lludcn Xl llalrluist
Ice Cream Xl Bcvcraac Co.. l azocrrzs
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Enroll for our Dractrcal Lducatron
Our training will add to your efficiency, prestige and opportunities for the better
business positions. Study in day or evening school under ideal conditions and expert
business teachers. Individual progress. Best of equipment. Actual practice in
elementary and advanced accounting, secretarial training, shorthand, typewriting,
business law, salesmanship, business organization, penmunship, office machines, civil
service. Free employment service. Start now. Open all year.
Visit our new buildingg central locationg no solicitors employedg bulleting 39th year.
63 East Fifth Slaint Paul,
St t 7 , M , innesota
nearrgidar Wiz! Cedar 5333
PRACTICAL BUSINESS SCHCIDL
Accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools
Congratulations r BEST WISHES
Berq's Druq Store C1aSSOf,39
We Make Our Own Ice Cream ly
BAYPORT TEL.196r it
"Isn't this electri-
r cal kitchen wonder-
full" exclaims Jan-
nis Levi to Audrey
Munson and Phyllis
t'Yes, isn't it. They have every piece of equipment
necessary to make home making perfectly simple for the
modern housewife, ha.ven't they?" ejaculates Audrey.
"And besides that, they have beautiful furniture in
the main part of the store," adds Phyllis.
Simonet Furniture Xr Carpet Co.
The Best Of Luck i JS,
Ldygvy A:::: J, 'iam T
C1 :E '
l i That 050,000 Chocolate Surull Gives Our
S . C ' B . l 0
'f us CG t Sodas and Sundaes
Safe and Economical ' That Smackino Good Flavor
St. Croix Druo Co.
"IT PAYS TO RIDE THE BUSES"
Just look at that delicious ,
cake in the case, there?"
exclaims Norman Grunke
to Warren Bloom and Dor-
"Hey don't tempt me. I'1n starving right now from
looking at all this delicious food," replies Warren.
"I can hardly wait to get home from school," adds
Norman, "because I know mother bought some of those
delicious fresh doughnuts this morning."
STILLWATER i Phgne 57
Gordon C. Welshons, SllS l9II I lshoefiepairing
Eleanor Stanles, SllS I927
in the St. Croix Valley
Complete ,l Our trucks cover
, I l a radius of twenty miles.
Insurance Servlce ,
307 East Myrtle Street Stillwater I..aundry,Inc.
STILLWATERI MINNESOTA f Second and Chestnut Stillwater, Minn
Stillwater Market Creameru
M an u fa cturers of
Rose Brand Butter
AND OTHER QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS
l Tel 6l4 2l0 No. Main St.
l i The largest cleaning establishment
Class oi '39 AUDITOIZIUM X1 MAJESTIC l
Highlighting every year with r
more than a full share ot top-notch
Stillwater Book Store
"1"'.""?"l"'i""l""fl-1-"Q' "lf"l""l" 'l""l""Y
LYMAN SUTTON E. L. PEASLEE
E. W. LINNER
Groceries and Meats
"Look at all these
fine new tools,"
says Elwood Roett-
ger to Ralph Lin-
nell. "They're so
nice and shiny they
just make your fin-
gers itch to use
l them, don't they?"
"They sure do. Boy, I wish we had them to use in
manual training." adds Kenny.
"I'll say so, and by buying them here you know
you're getting good implements!" answer Firp Jones and
Stillwater Hardware Co. S
"Boy, you sure
look like one of the
idle rich sitting in
that brand - new
Buick," says Don
"Yes, and I fell like one, too, in this comfortable
seat," says Swede Carlson, "and they say Buicks are the
best value of the year," he adds.
"And you don't have to be a millionaire to buy one
either. Only 251039 delivered," exclaims Don.
STILLWATLIZ TAXI ' Biff H2258
A- RIVARD Congratulations
Phone 3091. I
, class of 39
Any Time Anywhere
Quick, Pleasing Service
. A. W. STENLUN D
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WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS
and deliver them to any part ot the United States
and Canada in two hours
FRANK TOBISCH, Florist
Best rirriii if li
B itiirpifflezami s lr
Wishes i ,E! e '?fm ' i
..h ? A
from the n A
White e gnn
flticmgle Art Extends
an F Congratulations
Sign Studio to the
E. FRANZ HAMMAR f C1-ass Qf '39
GI ALITY F DS
Com plim en ts
omp 1men s
crass or I Q 5 Q of
rarorrzsorr srror srorzr Bm Franklin
Oualitu Shoes For Less Store
Cl. E. ANDERSON, PROP.
220 So. Main St.
Headquarters for School Suoolies
The I959 KABLKONIAN
Has Been Bound With
505 South Fifth Street Minneaholi
We Extend Our Hea ty
Class of .2 9
Class oi '39
We Hope For Your
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Datronize Our Advertisers, lheu Datronize Us
fListed Below In Order Of Appearance In This Bookj
Nichols Business School
Shorty The Cleaner
Bergstrom Tailor Shop
Bluff City Lumber Co.
Bayport Printing House
Carlson SL Olson
Public Provision Co.
Cable's Business College
Connolly Shoe Company
Erickson Furniture Co.
Consolidated Lumber Co.
Farmers 8: Merchants Bank
Goggin Candy Company
I-I. W. Hanson
First National Bank
Friendly Valley Motor Co.
Hanson Meat Market
Inter-State Lumber Co.
Hooley's South Hill Market
Jones Funeral Home
Louis Janda Company
John J. Kilty Co.
L. J. Kuhn
Krueger's Meat Market
Linner Electric Co.
Greene Engraving Co.
Kolliner Garment Company
Lucille's Beauty Shoppe
Minnesota Mercantile Company
Olsen's Department Store
Lawrence W. Linner
Lott Motor Company
Madden Oil Co.
Mueller Motor Company
Northern States Power Co.
Oak Glenn Dairy
Roy F. Curley
Cosmopolitan State Bank
Endorsements of Friends
Shannon's Beauty Sz Millinery
Purity Ice Cream Co.
Rydeen 8: Holquist
Rasmussen Business School
Berg's Drug Store
Snowhite Hamburger Shop
Simonet Furniture Co.
St. Croix Bus Co.
St. Croix Drug Co.
Stillwater Insurance Agency
Stillwater Laundry, Inc.
Stillwater Market Creamery
Auditorium Sz Majestic Theaters
Stillwater Book Store
Bunce's Grocery Kr Meats
Stillwater Hardware Co.
Stillwater Motor Co.
A. W. Stenlund Grocery
Triangle Art 85 Sign Studio
Anderson Shoe Co.
Ben Franklin Stores
Modern Binding Co.
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