Stillwater High School - Kabekonian Yearbook (Stillwater, MN)

 - Class of 1940

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W Principals Glaydon Robbins and Milton Kuhlman meet in Su- perintendent Guy D. Smith's office to dis- cuss school problems . . . Betty Shirley types the assembly announcements as Joyce Wojahn puts through a general call . . . Business is laid aside as the school board takes time out for lunch-left to right: William Madden John Schadegg Mrs. G. W. Tolen Guy D. Smith Mrs. Schadegg Mrs. Englin Charles Englin H. C. Robertson Elizabeth Burns, Veronica McShane, standing - Mrs. Hugh Gower, William Bastien and Margaret Tourtellot, seated, meet in the library for a discussion. Bernice Cady, Leonard Meffert, Ann Isacson and William Olson look over the teachers' bulletin. Violet Witt, Beth Bishop, Elizabeth Lysne and Marion Fabel wait for a bus to take them home for Christmas. it 2 'H Discussing the daily an- nouncements are Adena Kal- lestad, Don Caiferty, Roy Peterson, Adrian Burmeister and Harriet Foster. Mary Nolan, Josephine Lies, Ann Costello, Elaine Granquist and Louise Kunde talk over some class room incident in the new library. The faculty chorus vocal- izes in the auditorium-left to right, Faye Colby, Marion Fairchild, Margaret Carlson, Martha Blackmore, Carl An- derson, Evelyn Kriesel, Rol- and Beck, .llosephine Pozzini, Lucille Gottry and Mary Almen. Arch your wrists," says Bernice Cady to her second period class . . . From the ex- pressions on the faces of Sherman Iverson, Wendell Wilson, George Jansen and Leo Rorman at the faculty party, we can tell they are cooking up something . . . Biology class inspect- ing "Herman" Angle one equals angle three "The way to man's heart Dld you read the re cipe, girls? Careful Ra5 it might ex- explode . . . Our libra- ry is a busy place -"Silence is golden Lora Mae. 3 fi 'f-:L" f-. --f-1-ffN....w-ff' , ' 5,7 135 5135? 3-'S , 'L - " , -' I H . .H me-4 324. " S713-3 'Y QE .. 61.40 ,,""k"""Ff. W" fTTS57?'Wf"7 f 'gm 1,:'1"'f"'fr"'T""'XY""Q7""TT'Q"',6ff' ""' 71" Q- A41 ' ANY new friends are made in the C1388 1'OOII1S and at SCIIOOI I'UI1CtiOI1S. R E ' X X QE K i W7 gli? X WJW MWMIZW JVM an ,ff Vpfwy MMM MQ4 3 W W Xfwf 'JV ff PN-'yi QSM' XX J Qs X ff ' W fil W' ' lu X ff 'ww f Ov XX xf XX XXX! Xf X! XXCXKCXK Xffxj Largest of all graduating classes . . . put on as their three act play "A Full Housenethis play, along with the one which they presented as Juniors, shows they have a Hair for comedy as Well as dramatic arts . . . Won the interclass debates this year . . . Honor Roll-one of the largest in the history of the school . . . Class affairs handled by the Senior Council headed by Irvin Belideau, president . . . Held successful class party . . . School pub- lications headed by Betty Clements, Kab- Gertrude Lott, Arrow and John Gigrich, Tusitala . . . One of the best classes ever. Qtinrlgiigslrvial Belidenu, Rivhzirrl Lee. Karl Neumeicr. Bet ' t - QIIHYIE emen S- S its-d-fShirley Sakrison. Joe Kreime Pefrgvy Cmmoxt. A lvism'--Veronica McShnne. Senior Council 6 Q wir? i F X, aff: . ,B L BRONSON BANCROFT "S" Club 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Pres. of Home Room 4: Football Squad 2, 4: Basketball Team IZ. 4: lnterelass Athletics 2: One Act Play l: Arrow 3: Junior Council fl. ELLA BARNIIOLDT Commercial Club l. 2. 3: Sbakespcart-'s Dream l, 2. 3, 4: Bookstore Com- mittee 3, 4: G. A. A. l. 2. 3: Girl Reserves 3. 4: Music Club Il. BERNICE BEER Home Economies 3: Latin Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3: Glee Club l, 2. IRVIN BELIDEAU Student Council l, 3: Commercial Club 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3. 4: Interelass Athletics 3: Shake- speare's Dream Stall' 4: Kal: Artist 4: Scenery Committee 1. 2. 3. 4: Pres. of Senior Class 4: Hi-Y 3, 4. WILLIAM BERGERON Devlamatory Contest 4: Student Couneil 4: Thespians 4: Pianist 4: Pres. of Home Room 3: Senior Play 4: Shakespeare's Dream 2. Ii: Assembly Committee 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Choir 2, 3, 4. BARBARA BERNSTEIN- -V National Honor Society 4: Thespians 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Shake-speare's Dream Il: Debate l, 2, 3, 4: Arrow 3, 4: Tusitala l, 2. 4: Girl Reserves 3. 4: Jr. Academy 2. 4: Salutatorian 4. JOAN BIRD Deelamatory Contest 1: Thespians 4: Junior Play 3: Senior l'lay 4: Shalu-speare's Dream 3. 4: Arrow 3, 4: Yell Leader 2. 3, 4: Hall and Bldg. Commit- tee 4: G. A. A. l. 2, 3: Girl Reserves 4. WILLIAM BROECKER Chemistry Club 4: Hi-Y 1, 2: Shakespeare! Dream 2, Cl. 4: Pres. of Club 2: Glee Club l, 2, 4: Choir 1, 2. 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4. DONALD BROWN--Commercial Club l. 2. 3: Chemistry Club 4: Hi-Y l: Intex-class Athletics 3. IONE ACKERSON fC0mmercial Club 3: Lat- in Club l. 2: Librarian 4: Girl Reserves 3: Honor Roll 4: Jr. Academy 4. JEAN ADKINS - Slialu-speare's Dream l. 2, 3: Shakespeares Dre am Stall' 4: Arrow: Bookstore Committee 3. 4: Girl Reserves 3. 4: Glee Club l. 2. 4: Cll0i1 3. 4: Photography Club 4. KEITH ALBRECHT Chemistry Club 3: Hi-Y Club 4: Math. Club 1, 2: Football 2. 3. 4: In- terclass Track l: Physics Club 4. VIOLET ALBRECIIT -Commercial Club 3: Glee Club l: Choir 2. GERALDINE ANDERSON Commercial Club 3: Home Economics Club 3. 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Librarian 4: G. A. A. 2. 3: Girl Reserves 3. KENNETH ANDERSON--Biol02'y Club 2: Mzltli. Club l. 2. 3: Physics Club 3. LILLIAN ANDERSON -Shakespeares Dream l: Kab 4: Arrow 4: Yell Leader 3: President of Club 3: Vice-pres. of Club 2: Secy. of Club 4: G. A. A. 1, 2. 3. 4: Girl Reserves 3. 4. KENNETH ASTELL-National Honor Society 4: "S" Club 3. 4: Student Council 43 Basketball 3, 4: Interclass Athletics 1. 2: Shakesneare's Dream l: Kab 4: Chairman of Welfare Com. 4: Pres. of Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Jr. Academy Ii. el: Honor Roll 4. BETTY ANN BCCKLEY-Shakespe-are's Dream 1, 23 G. A. A. 1. 2. 33 Girl Reserves 4. ROBERT BURNS Chemistry Club 33 Math. Club 2. BETTE LOU CARLSONffDeclamatory Contest l3 Commercial Club l, 2. 3, 43 Home Economics 13 Girl Reserves 33 Glee Club 3. DONALD CARLSON Student Counc-il lg Chemistry Club 43 Physirs Club 2. MARION CARLSON -National Honor Society 43 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Pres. oi' Home Room 43 Junior Play 33 Shakespeares Dream 2, 43 Tusitala Staili 43 Bookstore Committee 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 33 Choir 4. KATHLEEN CARROLL-4-Home Economics Club 43 Shakespeare's Dream 23 Library Staff 4. BRADLEY CASTLE Declamatory Contest 43 "S" Club 43 Student Council 23 Hi-Y 3, 43 Thespians 3. 43 Pres. of Home Room 43 Football Squad 4: Basketball Squad 2, 33 Interc-lass Athletics 33 One Act Play 3, 43 Yell Committee 43 Kab 43 Junior Play 33 Shakespeare's Dream 3, 4. ALICE CHIAL Bookstore 3. 43 Girl Reserves 33 Jr. Academy 23 Honor Roll 4. BERTIL CHRISTEN- SON -Commercial Club 33 Interelass Athletics 2, 3, 4. CHARLES CHRISTIANSON'-Iiamrllzxge Club ii. 43 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Pres. of Home Room 43 Lost K: Found Committee 33 Homecoming Committee l3 Pres. of Fr. A2 Soph. Classes 1. 23 Vice-pres. of Club 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Forum Club 4. JOHN CLAREY Commercial Club 3, 43 WVoodworkers Club 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 4. KALINOFF CLARK Hi-Y 13 Physics Club 33 Radio Club l. ESTHER CLAY-fScience Club l3 Biology Club 23 Home Ee. Club 3. TED CLEMENS Chemistry Club 43 Math. Club 1, 23 Football Squad 23 Radio Club 2. BETTY JEANNE CLEMENTS National Honor Society 43 Pres. Home Room 2, 33 lnterelass Athletics l. 23 Senior Play Stafi' 43 Shakespeare? Dream 2, 33 lnterclass Debate 23 Editor of Kab 43 lik'K'0Dtl0!I Committee 43 Lost and Found Committee 33 Vice-pres. of Sr. Class 43 Senior Council 43 Sec'y. of Club 33 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Forum Club 43 Music Club 33 Honor Roll 43 Language Club 3. 4. RAYMOND COLLOPYW-Math. Club l, 2, 3. 43 Track Team 33 Physics Club 33 Language Club 3, 42 Honor Roll 4. MARGUERITE fPeggyJ CONNORS-Sha.kespeare's Dream 43 Pres. of Club 43 National Honor Society 4: Girl Reserves 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Choir 3, 43 Music Club 3, 43 Operetta 3, 4. DONALD COVER Commercial Club l, 2. 33 Biology Club 2. RICHARD CRAN Commvrrial Club l, 2, 43 Hi-Y 3. MARY CURTIS fNational Honor Society 43 Student Council 43 Languagre Club 2, 3. 43 Math. Club 33 Librarian 33 Senior I-'lay 43 Shakespeards Dream Staili 33 Kab 43 Arrow 43 Hall 85 Bldg. Committee 43 Pres. of Club 43 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Forum Club 43 Jr. Ac-adn-my 2. FLOYD DAHLKE Hi-Y 1, 2. 43 Thespians 3. 43 Orchestra l, 33 One Act Play I, 2: Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Shakespeare's Dream 3. 43 Radio Club 33 Jr. Academy 3, 4. ROBERT DERAGISCH-flntcrclass Athletics l. GERALD DcWOI,F Commercial Club l. 2. 3, 43 Biology Club 2. MARION DORNFELD Commercial Club 3, 43 Pres. Home Room 33 Shakespeares D"l'i"U 2: Pres. of Club 4: liookstoro Committee 43 Glce Club 43 Choir fl3 Opcretta 3, 4. JULIETTE DOUVILLE Commercial Club 43 Home E4-rmomics Club 33 Girl Reserves 3. PHILIP EASTWOOD Eilll Claire l. 2. 243 Football Squad 43 Intcrclass Athletics l: Arrow 43 Baseball 4. RUBY FALDE Stcwartvillcg Band l. 23 G. A. A. 33 Girl Reserves 4, LOIS FARSTADW-Math. Club l, 2. 4: G. A. A. l, 2. 3. 43 Language Club 3. 4. OTTO FEIILOW' Commercial Club 43 Band 43 lnterclass Athletics 3. WILLIAM FRIDAY Band l- 2' 3- 41 lVlath. Club 2, 3. 4: Physics Club 33 Drum Corps 2, il. ROGER FURSETH -Biology Club 23 Math. Club Il, 4 DONALD GARDNER Commercial Club l, 2. 4: Interclass Athletics Ii. EUGENE GAREY Hi-Y l3 Band l, 2, 3. 43 Math. Club l, 23 Langruagrc Club Ii. 4. JOHN GIGRICII I.anpru:urc Club 2. 3, 43 Senior Play Stall' 43 Shakcspeares Dream Stall' 43 Kab Stall' 43 Fusitala 253 Physics Club 253 Jr. Academy 33 Editor of Tusitala 43 National Honor Som-icty3 Honor lioll 1. MARY GIGRICII Dcclamatory Contest 43 Commercial Club 33 SC'C'ly of Club 3. JACK GILBERT 'Ttuclent Council l3 Band l, 2, 3, 43 I2!'f'l'l9Sll'H 2, 3, 43 Shakespearck Dream Stall' 4: Kali 4: Physics Club 33 Jr. Academy 33 Photography Club 4. ALFRED GILLSTROM Dcclam- atory Contest 43 Student Manaircr 33 Intcrclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Arrow 4. ELWYN GLAS- BRENNER Math. Club l. 23 Interclass Athletics 3, 43 Radio Club 1. FRANK GRAHAM Commer- cial Club 23 Intcrc-lass Athletics l. MARVIN GRCNKEfNational Honor Society 43 Pres. Home Room l3 Ono Act I'lay 1, 23 Interclass Debate 3. 43 Jr. Academy 3, 43 Honor Roll 43 Forum Club 43 Lauxruasrc Club 2, 33 MARY GIINDERSON Commercial Club 33 Home Economics Club 3. MYRNA HALL!-IN Comnu-rcial Club 13 Home Economics 2, 43 ShZLli9SlJ6Z1l'64S Dream 2. mlm' is MYRTLE HALLENfCommercial Club 3: Home Economics Club 2. 43 Pres. Home Room l. LORA MAE HARSH--Declamatory Contest 1, 2. 3. 43 Thespians 3. 43 One Act Play 1, 2, 33 Shakespeai-e's Dream 1, 2, 33 Shakespeare's Dream Stafl' 43 Kab 43 Arrow 43 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Language Club 3. 4. BRYCE HARVEY---Hi-Y 43 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Shakesueares Dream Staff' 3. 42 lnterclass Debate 33 Kab 43 Viceepres. of Club 33 Radio Club 33 Jr. Academy 2, 3, 43 Language Club 4. DORIS HOLMESfLanguage Club 2, 33 G. A. A. 1. 23 Physics Club 4. CHARLES IMIIOLT' --Chemistry Club 3. VERNON INGERSOLL--Hi-Y 13 Math. Club l. 23 lnterclass Athletics 1. 2. 3. MERILYN JACKSONf-Thespians 3, 43 L brariun 43 Pres. Home Room l, 2. 33 One Act Play 33 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Shake speare's Dream 1, 2, 3, 4' Arrow 4' Hal Bldg. 43 Girl Reserves 3. 43 National Honoi Society. JACK JEWELLWStudent Council 3 Hi-Y 13 Shakespearffs Dream 2, 3' Physics Club 3. ANN MARGARET J0HNS0N'WNational Honor Society 43 Declamatory Contest 1, 23 Student Council 43 Language Club 2, 43 Shakcspeare's Dream Staff 3, 43 Debate 13 Kab 43 Finance Committee 43 Junior Council 33 Girl R'- serves 3, 43 Jr. Academy 33 Honor Roll 4. BETTY JOHNSON Girl Reserves 3. 43 Language Club 4. DON- ALD JOHNSON'--Biology Club 23 Jr. Academy 2. GORDON JOHNSON---Commercial Club 3, 43 Biology Club 2. PAULINE JOHNSON-'Home Economics Club 43 Chemistry Club 23 Latin Club 1. 23 Math. Club 3. PHILIP JOHNSON-fCommercial Club 13 Hi4Y l, 23 Radio Club l. ROBERT JOHNSON--Forest Lake l, 2, 33 Band f'. PAUL JONES "S" Club 1. 2. 3. 43 Hi-Y 2, 3. 43 Pros. Home Room 33 Football Squad 1. 2. 33 Chairman of Hall and Building 4. LEROY JUDKINS-fBiolofzy Club 2. -if-4"7, HELEN ANN LARSON H-Girl Reserves 3, 4: Glee Club 45 Choir fl. JEAN LAVINE National Honor Society 45 Declamatory Contest 4: Jr Academy 4: Student Council I5 Thespians 3. 45 Onc Act.Play 25 Senior Play 4: Shake- sneare's Dream 1, 3. 45 Debate l, 2: Arrow 3. 45 Girl Reserves 3. 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Choir 8. 45 Lanpruapre Club 3, 4: Forum Club 4: Operetta 3, 45 Honor Roll.4. HERBERT LEANDER Hi-Y 2. 3, 41 ShakeSIJ9are's Dream 35 Glee Club 1. RICHARD LEE-f-"S" Club 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Football Squad 2, 3. 4: Basketball Team 3, 4: Track Team 3. 45 Interclass Track Team l. 2, 35 Hall Q Bldpf. Committee 3: Senior Council 4: Pres, of Club 4. LAWRENCE LOF- GREN Biology Club 2. RALPH LONGBOTHAM, Jr. Maria Sanl'ord5 National Honor Society 45 "S" Club 4: Student Council 45 Chemistry Club 4: Language Club 2: Hi-Y 45 Thcsuians 3, 45 Football Squad 3, 4: Junior Play 35 Shakespeare-'s Dream Staff 4: Debate 45 Arrow 45 Hall 8: Bldxr. Committee 45 Language Club 3. GERTRUDE LOTT Declamatory Contest 45 Student Council 3: Thespians 3. 4: One Act Play 35 Junior Play 3: Senior Play 45 Shakespearffs Dream 1, 3, 45 Editor of Arrow 45 Arrow 2, 3: Tusitala 25 Girl Reserves 3. 4: Jr. Academy 15 National Honor Society. ANNE MaCDONALD---National Honor Society 45 Student Council l, 25 Thespians 3, 4: Pres. Home Room 4: Senior Play 45 Shakespeare? Dream 1. 2, 3. 45 Bus. Mgr. of Kab. 45 Arrow 4: Assembly Committee 45 Vice-pres. Jr. Class 35 Junior Council 35 Sec'y. of Soph. Class 25 Girl Reserves 3. 45 Choir 45 Jr. Academy 45 Honor Roll 4. ERNA MADSEN Student Council 25 Shake- spearc's Dream 25 Choir 3: Chair. of Welfare Committee 2. ELIZABETH KEARNEY f-National Honor So- ciety 45 Declamatory Contest l, 3: ThPSDi2U1S 3- 45 Junior Play 335 Shakespeare's Dream l. 3. 45 Kab 4: Arrow 3. 4: Assembly Committee 35 Bookstore 45 Girl Reserves 3, 4: Forum 4. HELEN KERNER Shakespeares Dream Stall' Zi: G. A. A. l. 2. 3. 4: Girl Reserves fl. 4. EVELYN KOLBE Home Economics Club 1: Give Club l. 2: Choir 2. GEORGE KRAMER Cornmuroiail Club 35 Band l: Radio Club l. 2. 3. JOSEPH KREIMER National Honor Society 45 Student Council l. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Band l, 2, 3: Interclass Athletics 3: Bus. Mgrr. of Kab 45 Finance Committee 3: Sec'y. of Jr. and Sr. Classes 3, 45 Junior Council 35 Senior Council 45 Jr. Academy 4. LORRAINE KRESENSKE A Laniruzuze Club l, 2: Shakespeare? Dream l. 25 Gloc Club 1, 2, J. 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. NORA KRESENSKE Glee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Choir 1. 2, ll, 45 Music Club 3, 4. PAMELA LACEY G. A. A. l. 2. 3. 4: Girl Reserves 4: I.angruag'e Club ii, 4. BETTY MAGNUSON-Language Club 3: Shakespeare's Dream 1. 2: G. A. A. 1. 2: Girl Reserves 3: Glee Club 1. LORRAINE MAIER-Canby: Librarian 4: Girl Reserves 4: Honor Roll 4. JEAN MARIANA-'Biology Club 2. PEARL MARTY-Shakespeares Dream Staff 4: Bookstore Committee 4: Girl Reserves 4: Jr. Academy 2. BETTY MCCOMBERH--Home Economics Club 5: Language Club 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Orchestra 1. 2, 3. 4. 5: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN-fChemistry Club 4: Math. Club 2, 3. 4: Physics Club 3. WILFRED MEYERffCommercial Club 3, 4: Science Club 1: Biology Club 2. DORIS MOE -Pillager: Vice-pres. of class 1: Sec'y-treas. of class 3: School Pianist 3: Commercial Club 4. IONE MOELTERfBand 3: National Honor Society: Librarian 1: Arrow 1: G. A. A. 3: Girl Reserves 4: Honor Roll 4. NEIL MOENf-Biology Club 2: Interclass Athletics 3. 4. BERT MONDORf Commercial Club l, 2, 3: Biology Club 2. MARION MORDICKfCommercial Club 3. 4: Glee Club 2. MARY JANE MORRIS--Home Economics Club 2. 3. CAROLINE MULFINGER Glee Club 3: Home Economics Club 2. 4: Language Club 1. AUDREY MUNSON Language Club 1: Librarian 4: Girl Reserves 3: Honor Roll 4. RICHARD MURPHY? Senior Play 4: Shakespeares Dream 3: Arrow 3, 4: Yell Leader 4. MARGARET MAE MURPHY-fGirl Reserves 3. 4: G. A. A. 1: Language Club 1, 2: MARJORIE MURPHYffG. A. A. 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Choir 2, 3. PAT MURPHY---Commercial Club 4: Language Club 1, 2: Bookstore 4: Arrow 3. AILEEN NELSON Declamatory Contest 1, 4: Librarian 4: Girl Reserves 3: Physics Club 4: Glee Club 2. KARL NEUMEIERffNational Honor Society 4: Student Council 2: "S" Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Basketball Team 2, 3, 4: lnterclass Athletics 1, 2: One Act Play 1: Arrow 1. 2, 3: Hall 8: Bldg. Committee 3: Junior Council 3: Senior Council 4: Vice-Pres. Fr. Class 1: Honor Roll 4: Jr. Academy 4. HERTWIN NIPPOLDT National Honor Soeie-ty 4: Student Council 45 Sc-ienee Club lg Chemistry Club Zig l.z1tin Club 2, Sly Hi-Y 4: Math. Club l. 2, 3, 4: Pres. Homo Rooin Zi: Kzib 41 Chuirnmn ol' 'wtzuulinu' Corn. i3 Junior Couneil 3: Pbysies Club 4: Jr. Aezulemy 3, 4. CARL NOACR Seienre Club lg liiolouv Club 23 Hi-Y 21 Pres. Homo Room 2: Second Bnslaetbzxll 'l'e:un l. 23 lnlereluss Athletic-s l. 2. LEONARD Uautrickl NOLAN Dec-launzitory Contest l, 2, ii. 4: Student Council 25: Vliespiuns Cl, 43 Artist I, 2, Il. 43 One Art llluy l. 23 Junior Pluy Ci: Senior Play 43 Arrow l. 2. Ii: l'usit.zll:l fl. -I' President of Student Couneil 'ig Yell Committee Zi, 4. ROBERT NORGREN lntereluss Athletic-s l, 2. JAMES 0'RRIEN Club 43 Comniereiatl Club 4: Chemistry Club 43 Hi-Y li l'ooib:1lI Squzul l, 2, 24. 13 lnterrluss Atbleties l. 2, 3. 1: President of' Club l. GLADYS OLSON Cornniereiul Club l, 2. 'ig l.ibr:u'iun fi, 43 Arrow 43 Vit-e-pres. of Club Jig G. A. A. l, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 3. -i. DOROTHY 0'NEAL Lzxtin Club il, 43 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, fl: Girl Reserves Il: Jr. Acucls-:ny bl. MAVRICI-I PALMER Student Council 4: Chemistry Club 3: lVl:1th. Club l. 2. 3, -1: Football Squgul 13 'l'l':u'k Zig lntereluss Athletics l, 2. fl. HARRIET PASCH G. A. A. 2, 31 Girl Reserves lg Pliysies Club 43 Glee Club 23 Choir Zi: Honor Roll 4. ELLIS PAYETTE Home Economies Club 23 lnterelnss Atbleties l. 2, Ii, 43 G. A. A. l, 2, li, 1. CAROLYN PETERSON Chemistry Club 33 Moth. Club l, 2, Zi. -ip Noon Hour Conimitteo 43 Honor Roll 4. MARION' PECLEN Commercizll Club J. 43 lVl utli. Club l, 2. Zig Libruriun 43 President Home Room 2, -'lg Forum Club 4. FRANK 'IIALEN l.utin Club l. 2: lizuul l. 2, Ii. 43 Orchestra 2, 3. 41 lVlz1tlx. Club Il, 41 President Home Rooln lg Nzitionnl Honor Society 4. RITA MAE POZZINIY Cliexnistry Club 13 interelztss Athletivs 4: Clrl lieeerves fl. 43 l.um,:'ilzu.te Club Cl. 43 Forum Club 4. JUIIN PRUESCH Chemistry Club 4: lVl:Lth. Club 2. 4. LAIWRENCE PROESCH Colunwreiul Club l, Il. 4' lVl:ltli. Club 2. ESTHER RADLOFF Cc.minerc'izll Club 33 Home Eeonoinies Club 41 G. A. A. 2, Il, 4. LaVONNE RANDALL Comnie-rcizil Club l, 2, 3: Home Er-onomies Club 4: linnfl ii, 4: Slizxlu-sin-z1re's Drezun Stall' 3: President of Club 4: Bookstore 43 G. A. A. l, 2, 3: Girl ss 4 JAMES REDPATH Chemistry Club 31 Hi-Y 3, 43 Math. Club 2. Zig Football Squad l, R1-44-l'x' 'J f. 2 33 lnterelzxss Athletivs 23 One Act Play lg Senior Play 43 Welfare Committee 4: Vice-pres. of Club Il. -ig l'h RHODE Clwrnistry Club 35 Math. Club 23 Girl Reserves 3, 43 G. A. A. l, 2. 3. 4. hr ysies Club 4. RUSSELL REILAND Seienee Club lp Biology Club 2. GERTRCDE LAVERNE RICHERT fStudent Council 43 Commercial Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Kab. 43 Vice-pres. of Club 3: Bookstore Committee 43 Girl Re- serves 3, 4. RONALD RIVARDfChemistry Club 33 Band l, 2, 33 Math. Club l, 2. Inter- elzxss Athletics 33 Physics Club 4. BETTE ROBERTSON Chemistry Club 33 l.z1nei1:x1:'e Club 3. 43 President Home Room 23 G. A. A. l, 2, 3. 43 Girl Reserves 3. 4. DORIS SAHNOW Science Club l. SHIRLEY SAKRISON-National Honor So- ciety -13 Student Council 43 Chemistry Club 33 Math. Club 1, 2: Librziriun 33 President Home Room 2. 33 Arrow 2, 43 Chairman of Finance Com. 43 President of Jr. Class 33 Senior Council 4: G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 3. 43 Honor Roll 4. MARGARET SANNE Student Council 33 Comrm-rcinl Club 3. 4: Home Economics Club 23 Slizilcesni-:1i'e's Dream 2. 33 G. A. A. l, 2. 3. MARGARET SCHAFFER--National Honor Soc-iety 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Math. Club 1. 2, 33 Shzikespeures Dream Stall' 43 Debate 1. 33 Tusitala 4: Bookstore 43 G. A. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 3. 43 Physics Club 43 Open Forum 43 Honor Roll 4. ARLINE SCHEEL Commercial Club IZ3 Home Economies Club 3, 4. ,4- kwi :M I 453.144 nv A , ,,- r rfj ,V 'QQ JOHN SCHELANDERH-National Honor Society 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Debate 43 President of Club 43 Jr. Academy 23 Forum Club 43 Board of Publications 43 Vuledictorian. ROBERT SCHEISSERf-Biology Club 2. MARY SCHMIDT Commercial Club 3, 43 Home Economics Club 1. 2: G. A. A. 3, 4. ALBERT SCHMOECKI-:L--science Club 13 Biology Club 2. AGNES SCHNELL-fCommercial Club 3. 4: Home Economies Club l. 23 Librarian 3. 4. DOROTHY SCHNELL -Commercial Club 4: Home Economics Club 13 Librarian 43 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Honor Roll 4. LLOYD SCHRADE--Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 43 MARCELLA SCHRANKf-Home Economics Club 1, 2, 43 Chemistry Club 13 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 4. JOY SEIFERTfLatin Club 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 13 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Choir 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 Honor Roll 4. ff. - ,. ,.....,. . .-'iw J. J ' J. ' JAMES SHATTUCK Commercial Club l. 1. , 1 A OLIVE SHERRARD Comnu-rrial Club l: Chum- I4 Q., df Wrkq istry Club 25: lVlath. Club 2. Zi: Girl Ri-sm-l'x'0s l 3: Physies Club -1. EDVVARD SIMONET Dec-l:un:itory Contest 4: "S" Cluh 2, 3. 4, 5: Student Counril Cl! -an-or-Q Provident Home Room 5: Football 2. Zi. el: Basketball 2, li: lntorrlass Athlotirs 2. fi, 1, 5' One A1-t Play 4: President Jr. Class: Hi-Y 4. 5: Physir-s Club 4. RICHARD SIMONSON Corn- in rcial Club 4: HifY Club 2: Pl'l'5'iIIl'lll Home RIIKDIU 2. DAVID SMITH Cornnwrrial Club l. 2, 3, 4: lntrrvlass Athletics il. KENNETH 'Q ff' spam-:MAN Se-cy. of Club 4, GRACE STANEK Chemistry Club 4: Maili. Club l, 2: Vice-Pres. of Club 4: Sec-'y of Club 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4. WEST STEINACKER Chemistry Club 4: Hi-Y lg Football Squad 3. 43 Basketball 3: Interclass Athletics 1. 2, 3: Physics Club 4: Radio Club 3, 4: Jr. Academy 4. -' 3-,,f DORIS STEINBEISER Chemistry Club 3: Language L Club 2. :sg Mau.. Club 1. 2. G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 41 Gi.-1 ., 57 Reserves 3. 4: School Bookkeeper 4: Honor Roll 4: Forum A 4. VERNON STILES llerlamatory Contest lg Chemistry I: 'C vu .. Club 2. Il. 4: Math. Club 1. 2, Cl, 4: Senior Play 4: Shake- 1 , sm-ar:-'s Dream 43 Physic-s Club 3, 4: Jr. Academy 2. 3, 4: National Honor Soriety. PHILLIP STOHLBERG "S" Club 4: Commercial Club l. 2, 4: Football Squad l, 2, 4: if Intvrvlass Athletics l. 2. DENNIS SULLIVAN Orchestra I. 23 lnterclass Ath- S letivs Zi: Drum Corps 3: lnterrlass Track Team l. JANE . - . SWANMAN Chemistry Club 4, Latin Club 3. BUDD RQ- gl SWANSON- "S" Club 3, 4. 5: Football 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 3. sp. ,ig 4, 5: Src"y. of Class 2: Shalcespeare's Dream 3, 4: Noon ig, Hour Committee 4: Intervlass Athletics 2, 3. 4. 5 K' ELSIE SWANSON Declzunatory Contest 1: Chemi try Club 4: Orrhestra 4: Pianist 4: Glee Club 2: Choir 2. ROBERT SWANSONW -"S" Club 3. 4, 5: Chemistry Club 4: It J' MT Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 5: Thespizms 4: Artist 2. 3, 4: Football I Squad 3. 4: Senior llay 5: Shakespeare's Dream 2, 3, 4. 5: Arrow 33, 4. 5: Tusitala 2. 3, 4, 5: Hall and Bldg 4. EARL WANGERIN Hi-Y 4: Basketball 2: One Act Play l, 3: Physics Club 3: Vice-pres. of Club 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3. 4: National Honor Society. ROBERT WHALENffCommercial Club 1, 2: Basketball 2. 33 Interclass Athletics 1, 2. 3, 4. MILDRED WIBERG-G. A. A. 2. HELEN WOLFE-Student Council 23 Com- mercial Club 43 Home Economics Club 1. BRIGETTA WORDEN--fDeclamatory Contest 2, 33 Commercial Club 3. 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Girl Reserves 33 Jr. Academy 23 Honor Roll 43 Sh:1kespeare's Dream 43 National Honor Society. HARKIET ZABEL--Commercial Club 3. 43 Home Economics Club l. RALPH ZABELH Commercial Club 43 Hi-Y 13 Math. Club 23 Glee Club 2: Choir 2. EDWARD ZIMMERMAN---Pres. of Home Room 23 Math. Club 23 Vice-pres. of Club 1. John Schelander Barbara Bernstein Anne MacDonald John Gigrich Ann Margaret Johnson Doris Steinbeiser Shirley Sakrison Raymond Collopy Honor Roll Harriet Pasch Dorothy Schnell Margaret Schaffer Brigetta Worden Ione Ackerson Audrey Munson Jean LaVine Lorraine Maier Karl Neumeier lone Moelter Betty Jeanne Clements Alice Chial Marvin Grunke Carolyn Peterson Kenneth Astell Joy Seifert funior Council l Y- Vgfrgf' I l Large numbers of Juniors named to tlne Junior Academy of Science . . . Mitzi Rowland represented the Juniors in the an- nual "Shakespeare's Dream" play by play- ing the title role in "Ramona"-an excellent performance . . . April 2?class pre- sented "Three Cornered Moon" as their lx f three-act play . . . Spring saw the elec- l tion of editors of school publications . . . Peggy Carlson and James Douville-co-edit- ors of next year's Arrow . . . Kabekonian editor will be Helen Backe. Standing-David Bastien, Douglas Christiansen, council members Seatedf-Warren Bloom, vice-president. Peggy Carlson. president Patricia Curtis. see'y-treasurer. Adviser-Sherman Iverson. S KX! '43 -Q f 'F .. 5 6 "5 .fs N.. X -, if tx 27 P J XXXXXKXXVXKFXXF Back Row -l'JouQ'las Christianson, Earl Neske, Bill Hurley, Fabian Dalluhn, Vern Larson. Allan Meisner, Kenneth Johnson, Gale Randall, Albert Krueger, Leonard Bloom, John Beyer, Bronson Simonet. Third ROVVffJ3IIl6S Tibbetts. Robert Carlson, Melba Schroeder, Jean Pretzel, Betty Peulen, Marv Rydeen, Margaret Greeder, Betty Trainer, Frank Hildebrandt, Pat VVhite. Second Row-Carl Risendal, Lois Peterson, Eliza- beth Graham, Norma Akey, Lorraine Seggel- Strom, Dorothy Teske, Grace Scullen, Florence Roettger. First Row--Eva Swanson, Madeline Sullivan, Fern Nelson, Suzanne Douville, Richard Lott, James Douville, Violet Shrank, Lois Seidler, Lucille Swamnan. XZ Junior Class Junior Class Si xl h lion' Geol'L:'e Fifth Ro ' TOP PICTURE lfraneis Collopy. Vincent Urn-xlson, Robert liclstroni. Donald Granclnnist, Kohert Lohrnan. Berxrprren. Gerald Benson. 'ehie 'at 'i ' '. 'e iarr a 'Q - '. irnmn rndt, Eclwin Conrail, lNilIiam lVlnrray. llarvey vt Ar l xclt Rll llinlu Nr A Carlson, Rohert Bell. I lfonrth Row Lois Johnson, Ruth Henning, Betty Lyons, Kathleen Gusie. Dorothy Hroeknman. llorol 'l'hirrl Row lfl'll0l'. Yoeolul lim hy Moulton. .Ioyeo Klinclworlh. lin-tty Madsen. Doris Harrington, Patrieia Curtis. Pat Hart, lVlilrlred Harvieux. Betty Dorothy Fiesman. :xx llneille liurgress. Dorothy liagen, Marie Croonquist, Genevieve Casanova, Helen Burke. lClniny l.n llaly. Helen liarnholclt. First Row Nlariraret Bac-ke. Bonita Haynes, Fern Nelson. June Anfleite, lVlarr-ella Lentz. Marie Kalk. R1 tty Qixth Row Williz Vi I'l h lion' Williar Lon Erhorn. BOTTOM PICTURE Clarence Johnson, liclwarnl Frawley, Norman llannnergren. Wayne Clay. Vern Lareon. lm Huestie. Ralph Katz William llastirn. Frank l,aCoSse. Howard l.inner, Everclns Hackett. Robert lieelie. n Norxrren. Fourth Row Carol liuline, Gertrude lirirkson, Ruth Clemens, Vivian Granbergr. George l,eQuea, Roland Third Row llillian Set-oncl Row Glenn, First Row Aueton Lofgren. Lois Magrnnson, Betty Strand. Jean Ann Evans, ltnth Gnslander, Dorothy Johnson. Niederer. Dorothy Maxwell, Jacqueline Magnuson, Gloria Erickson. Babctte Johnson, Patricia Dorothy I.innell. Mareia l.inner, Lois Meklu-lson, Jessie Ein Kern, Valerie lVln0ller. -lean Hooley, Ella Hollnett. Betty . Peirlrv Carlson. Sophomore Class TOP PICTURE Sixth RowfEclward Noreen. Thomas Rowland. William Radko, Virgil Pivuloll. Royal Mash-rznan, lmo lVlm'Alpiu0, Hulbert Selly, Maulvy Sxvansml. Fifth Row -Floyd Sherrard, Goorro ltydeen, Hobs-rt Thun-son. Lyle Rafllur. Rivliarrl Syrinpr, NTaux'ic'v Troutner, Alun Johnson. l"'OllI'tll liowfllodprer Paul, Wilfred Harvieux, Leonard Seifert. Mavis Smart, Aclolinv Sr-he-ll. lVIermond Olsen. Bertram We-lander. Vernon Ex-tlv. Fourth How-fMary Rose Seim, Ruth Suthgwlaucl. Josophinv l-Eolisle, Frauvvs Ann VVoll'. Dorothy Swanson, Juno Rucluonl, Betty I'lovtLgl'1'. Svc-ond Row--fShirley Seim, Marian Sag-:. In-no Rcidor. lVlai'jo1'ie Slmlto, Kathlovn Yvrlsa. Bm-My First Row -l"1'auCis Harvil-ux, Rivharcl S0hu0ll. Gvorgro l'lng:lvl', llolwrt VVihl'vu. lion-rly Slim'- Rice. Dorothy Schneider, Hull-n Mario Andvrson, Eclwarcl Parnx-ll, Harriet Sr'hall'ei', Mary Sxxvnson. B:u'.lJa1'.u Wilson. BOTTOM PICTURE Sixth Row Russvll Moistor, Robert Mr-Glinvh, Kit-hard lVlajur. Richard Luvlwn, Ronald .lvnsn-n. Rulyvrt Kullander, KiL'ha1'd Nlullvr, l3u1'n:u'Ll l,aVvntul0. Fifth Row David Peterson. Divk Olson. William Heifcrt, Henry Johnston. liolwrt Hayrwr. l"r::nli Mardaus, Albert Ponath. Fourth Rows--Winfrcd Peterson. Lorne Johnson, Russell Luovlc. ltoln-rt lVlo1'dick. Harlvy Glaslnx-nnn-1'. Russell Wlechellce. Glenn Norman. Third Row-Betty Peterson, Phyllis Nlcvlwlkv. Esthvi' Goetschel. M:u'p:'zn'0t Cast, Juno l,vi'lai1'o Lorraine Linquist, Gratia Pozzini, Gladys lVIarty. Marian Nippnldt, Aclelinm- labst. Qui-und Row 4lVla1'y Lon Grant, Arvada Pivu, Carolina Nm-dstroin. Rotty May Nm-lson. ICI4-:nnorn Korth, lVlarc'ella Miller, Elvanor Neilson. lvonuc Monclor, Phyllis l'alrst, Ella lVlit-llzwlis. First RL!M'fflNI2tl'2'Hl'Ct Underhill. Jani-I Leonard. Marolyn Ni-lson, Mary l,yl1:11'u'm-. lflill-1-n Ili-unm-r. 29 Betty l"isc-lwr. llUI'I'1ll1N' Korth, Virginia Grove. N. Sophomore l D Class XKKXKBXX XKBXKDXKBXKWG Xfx Fifth Row---Sam Herbert, Irving: Crottow, James Becker, Duane Ackerson, John Dix, Jack Bell, David Farmer, Roger Billy, Milton Eastwood, Condell Clark. Fourth Row--Russell Mechekle, Robert Burns, Sherman Cohn, Merrill Flowers, Maynard Dilley, John Dawson, Donald Fazendin, John Chial, John McDonald, Roy Erhorn. Third Row-- John DeCurtins, William McKnight, Jean Maxwell, Ruth Anne Doyle, Marion Hedstrom, Dorothy Gatzke, Mary Chiconis, Betty Cook, Alice Cedarbloom, Rose Mary Fehlow. Second Row-LaVerne Anderson, Honore Miller, Eva Anderson, Evelyn Carlson, Edith Bartlett, Lucretia Cronk, Evelyn Buckley, Marion Brookman, Rita Lohmer, Barbara Eichten. First Row-Nana Kilpatrick, Natalie Jackson, Barbara Johnson, Patsy Ertle, Hazel Erlitz, Mildred Beutel, Beatrice Lott, Marcia Lenmark, Vivian Horst. a Q 2, S 0 30 ,Q S 1 At the beginning of the year, the class had 550.00 in the treasury . . . One hundred forty-two attended the Sophomore partyfea phonograph provided the music . . . Several members of the class took part in the Shakespeare's Dream choruses . . . John Dix had one of the leads- Mary Swenson was also a member of the cast . . . One act play contest in May saw the Sophs presenting a fine play . . . June, the largest class of Sophomores ever recorded left for summer vacation. Standing--Roy Erhorn, council member. Manley Swanson president. Seated--Mavis Smart. council member. Natalie Jackson, sec'y-trez1s- urs-F. Duane Ackerson. vice-president. Advisere-Wendell Wilson. Sophomore Gfficers 31 QW? In terclass Activities Interclass competition wa.s keen this year with no special class winning a majority of the honors . . . In the fall, each class started the school year with a class party-the Junior class made their's an all class affair . . . Of the three groups, the seniors sold the largest number of tickets to the declamatory contest in March-the money taken in by the seniors in this sale was added to the class treasury as a prize for their efforts . . . Several students from all the classes competed in the contest . . . The sophomores were in- itiated early in the year-they performed at two September assemblies . . . To celebrate Homecoming each class marched in the parade and supported the football team by yelling lustily at the pep fest . . . Both boys and girls participated in the year 'round interclass athletics-the senior boys' team won the interclass basketball tourna- ment . . . In April, the interclass debates were held--Miss Elizabeth Burns coached the sophomores-Mr. Leo Rorman, the juniors-Mr. Sherman Iverson, the seniors--the senior teams won all of the debates -The question for the debates was: "Resolved, that the United States should retain the Phillipine Islands."-Those on the winning teams were Margaret Schaffer, Marvin Grunke, Brigetta Worden, and James Shattuck -Many lively debates were held after school with each class group taking both sides of the question . . . May saw all three classes pre- senting entertaining plays in the annual one act play contest-Advisers of the various classes acted as directors-students composed the pro- duction staff of each play. E have an exceptional student program at Stillwater high school. FIHUHEIUUJ Dnrnmmmmu W ff' ft' ':'f"t"""-- ' ,M,,-fM"fJ4"T?! Www X 'fmfwq W E M XZ Xfzxf XfYXfYXf xxfff XX We had twenty-two members on the student council this yeareone from each home room . . . As school president, Pat Nolan presided at the bi-weekly meet- ings . . . The Work of the council was to administer the extra-curricular activities ---members planned the annual Activity banquet--made the arrangements for a Homecoming celebration --chairmen and members of the various standing and special committees were also appointed by the council . . . In the fall, the Student Council banquet was held-a very active group. Third RowfKrcimer. Hanson, Jones, Longbotham. Bergeron, Hurley, S' ,t P-l '. imone . .1 mei Second Rowf-Kilpatrick, Sakrison, Curtis, Johnson, Bastien. Moody. Schroeder. Nippoldt. First RowfVJihren, Rivhert, Jackson. Nolan. Astell. Rnettgor, AclviserffMilton Knhlman. A .L ,Q Qi, EYNLQ 'Q x ' :ww I . A K ' if . , ,ww 5 Q, Q in ,, Y 7 35,1-7i'Qi 'FEES sfwf, -- ,. 1 f-1:41 ' Q,-13 f' , f--f' f . xy, f f -- fQ1i1p:fwg.,f 2 WL? 151 mi S S .L.. ,W J ., . 9Qi.1fYi,1'Qjf',l 3 if ,ii . W . 1- fy .Q -- , 2 YQ 9t"" - Ycll Cnmmiltcc Brziclley Castle. P411 Nulzm, Nami Kilpzilrink, L'i'l2liI'IN2ll1 . . . Su-liei'y' Cmninittvc Have FZIFIIIEL Irvin lielidozxu, cl'mi1'm1m, lluimld Gram quisi . . . Assembly Committee Hill l3e1'ggei'm1, Amie Mau-lioimlnl, t'i'lZ1il'III11Il, l'fll.i Hzlimimlclt, Brmisun liznxicrwft . . . Hull and Building Committee Budd Svvzmsmm, Paul .Imies, chuirmaiii, Mary Curtis, lin I.m1g'lmth:1n1, Jr., Robert Svvmisim, Nlerilyn J11K'i'iS0li,,i0lII1 Bird . . . Board of Pul Iiczltions Doris IJ111'1'i1ig1'tu11, Brmismi Sim inlet, John Schelzmcler, Mavis Smzxrt . . 1-mxiilxm-Ll un pzlgjv -Hi. i m rw. ..I'xI':-L'-Mlm.-, ' 'L lik. .- -'ELS iii.. . --J w -E55'1ffP'f'Ef" -wiki, ,R 5.1 5 xg ' i A -f ,,. --X I - I -- ,,LA 5 A 1 - . , - ., I H f A , iii: wr V ' Ipli , ,..- 35 ,i fe Sixth lion Robert Hzxyner. -losv-ph Slierr:n'd, lllzniley Swanson. RiK'l!lll'tl iiflzijor. Leo iXlc'Alpin1 Wziyin- Flay. YVilli:un liroeclwr. tim-raid Benson. Budd Swanson. l"it'th Row Glenn Ntll'lli2lll. Floyd Sliorr:n'd. -Innies 'I'ibbn-tts. Raymond Brown. lfzxrl NVnnu'eiin lfldxxurd l'arns-ll, William Bastien. ilaile Sltrziinstzid. Lorne Johnson. l"ourth lion Betty Nelson, Maxis Smart, l,orr:iine Kresenslte, l':itty Sullivan, .loy Seitort l'4-guy Vonnors. lit-tty Agra-ton. 'l'I1ird Row Helen Anderson, liarbarai YVilson. Mitzi Rowland, Anne liinvlhniaild. Nelly Schroeder, .lean Pretzel, Dorothy l,innell. Gloria l'Iric-kson. Ser-ond Row Nora Kresenslie, Ella lVlit'h:xL-lis, Betty Roi-tti:'n-l'. Nana Kilpzltrielt. Mary Kos Ss-ini. lVlurion I7ornt't-ld. Betty Rice. l'Iinni5 l.u lluly. lilziine Powell. First Row Susnn Stephen. Beverly Shore-s, lVI:1rion Vnrlson. Jenn lCinunu1-lson. llnrriet Sr'hntl'ei lla-len lmrson. Mary I,ylmrg'n-r. .lt-an Adkins. 'l'he annual operetta, prepared by VVc were proud of our choir this the music department ot' the Senior year the group was selected to be :ind .lunior high schools. was presented one ot' the musical organizations to tor the general public on Friday and sine' at the Northwest Music Clinic S2lillI'fl2l.V evenings, December fifteenth in January . . . The choir. under and sixteenth . . . Both Junior the able leadership of Miss Marion and Senior high school choir members Fairchild, sang' several times in school tooli part the cast was headed by assemblies. staged the second annual Peggy Connors, Gloria Erickson. Leo operetta, "Uh, Doctor!" and took an lVlcAIpine and Richard Albertson . . . active part in the Spring' tfoncert. Proceeds were used to help pay for thc new robes. I'lllNttll'Al,S . . S1-:ated Sem-ond Hou .lf-:un lfiinzunuolson. liir'h:nrrl Albertson. Gloria lCi'ickson, Mavis Sinnrt. Leo fNlvAIpins-, Nlzirilxn Steineelt, lglltlll Swanson. l'ldxx:lrd l':1rnm-ll. -lzunes Tiblvetts. l":1lI'l Wzniirerin S1-:its-ml on lfloor lindd Sli:-rrnrd. NVilIiavn I4ev'u'1-ron. Other l'rinm-ipnls l'n-env Vonnors. Flnnnv lin Daly. Dale Slirziinst:1d. Kermit llornt'eId. First Row -Rhoda Harvey, Frank Phalen, Delores Johnson, Bryce Harvey, Eva Anderson, Bark Row Otto Fehlow, Bill Friday, Betty Trainor, l,aVonne Randall. Bill Bastien, Douglas Christensen, William Hurley, Edward Frawley, Warren Pribnow, Clarence Johnson, Vernon Larson. Third Row--lVlr. Bastien, Joan lVIc'Comber, Robert Johnson, Merrill Flowers. William Heifert, Betty lVIcComber, Vincent Oredson, Jaek Gilbert, Eugene Garey, Charles Christianson. Second Row -Marion Carlson, Ji-an lVIcCon1ber. Frank Mardaus, Robert Harrison, Alhebrt Ponath, John Dix, William Huestis, lrvin Belirleau. nald Rivard. Ric-hard Syringr, Richard Schnell. Our school band accounted for a large part of the spirit and enthusiasm at the football games-during the game and between halves the drum major and the band kept the spirit of the spectators at a high pitch . . . Throughout the basketball season they played at all of the home games and at the tournament . . . At the con- cert, this group presented some excep- tional selections. There were twenty-Eve members in the school orchestra this term as compared to nineteen last year . . . The main event in which the orchestra participated was the Spring Concert --music was furnished by the group between acts and before the various plays--they also provided music at the Shakespeare's Dream performances . . . Mr. Bastien ably directed the instrumental music department. Back Row-Rhoda Harvey, Frank Phalen, Delores Johnson, Bryce Harvey, William Bastien, Elsie Swanson, Betty lVIcComber, Neil Johnson, Vincent Oredson, Jack Gilbert, Va-1-non Larson, Clarence Johnson, William Hurley, Jean MeComber. Richard Sehnoll, William Huestis. First Row-Lucille Drechsler, Douglas Christensen. Mr. Bastien, Marion Carlson, Joan McComber, Evelyn Carlson, Mary Lou Grant, David Bastien, Nancy Comfort. 1 .lt , at-3' Ralph . h P-Wil' . IRE 1, Kv""'l , -. A 1 I TOSNHXRESL Yi0:"lg2g5dhi.mhqn-pr, NlzxlillkkUXI:IxaTix1L'eri3E- , Nliniwldl' MliiidliHKliehmiieii.JuiQ'iaiY'gm-list-srill' Kcmiiligtiiixxfl-Vim UNH A , -'txxm 1 , Vhalvuw , a Wilr Mnelwl' ,, lu-ax HU , Loti- ,,i. Rim Kiln ,Frank .xr ISYIU-'httq n Xolwi V .ww Batli- G01-trndt WUi..,.m1""'if4..-i Ngmnhilixiinux Curhshirley Keau'HU5" w' ' ey- I . s. - 4'-.AV SWUmi'qiiilzll'i'i Jlihllitlriixixi. Ll0nYiiiR7oxunlcL hull , - r Wd Unlxllvc- M X, W-Mx Anne N WQTLRL umm, ill- lfirsil Niki:-llvix .l:wliF"'l' BOTTOYQX-xlbh Lollgbfsn Bird- ' A .,.i GtilswullaieylCastle' oi Buck R?w.YiihLi4N0lu1x. Bm Whom ytm- 'llwenty-six seniors composed this The District Deelamatory Contest year's National llonor Society . . . was held here in March effor the first The meeting-s were scheduled for the time original oratory and extemporan- lirst Monday ot' every month Bertwin eous SIJCHMUQJ WGYG lHClL10l6d iD the Nippoldt presiclecl at the meetings e centrist - - - Nolan, D21hlli9.GlllStF0m Ann Margaret Johnson, vice-president and Castle represented StillWatereePat Anne MacDonald, secretary-treasur- intl Fleytl Went OH to the Regionalee er . . . Members were selected on Pat won first . . . Ten students at- the lmasis of scholarship, leadership, tended the National Forensic League service, and charactersselections were speech festival at West high school on made twice during' the school term. March 27-29. Honor Society and Declom 38 funjor Academy and Debate Thiz' l.'r"lVIi, o. t , V , N- wtllp, . 'H o- 'DDI 5- 0- . r FA S0h.H:Yfivf,,balfllelel-V PI-son, Joh V Cker, Dahl "Nt Ru,1,,'j"g Wf,QgLer0,,, 'ggfgw-. "WL C1-0f,,,ql. ke' Dix A 4 Il, , - Ve 11g ' sf 'lrtl' 018011 Iv y' Carlson ,. st' Thlleson ell' Gliunke Seated V Lydeen- Ch'1 i Llchten B Y Estelle I ' Hl'1"'S.v St:11id'TTM1'i A la' Ba ' Qrust-' ' 'f'WSon - V Vx d rl ., 111 1 ' Cf -, me Raina: irson' Joh' BOTTOM rel GFOVHI n IlI.Lq-Donald zrlsoni .rbiigbothalgh S5ll3e1agd5ICgURE - Czzrlson' " hilfp afbarq Witbeg Bern. . , R. .str-ni, Rit Q Lohnml. The Junior Academy was one of "Resolved that the governmellt , - v the larffest ever selected at Stillwater should own and operate the railroads 'D 39 high schoolestudents are selected for the interest and work in the science they are taking at the time the selec- tion is made . . . For their annual trip, the group visited the University farm on April twentieth . . . The club held many meetings and early in April staged its annual banquet. this was the question for the inter- scholastic dehaters . . . The effici- . . . ' f ent coaching of our team, consisting 0 Barbara Bernstein and John Scheland- er, was done by Mr. Carl An Philip Whitheck and Ralph Longhoth- am accompanied the team as alternates wliita Lohmer was also on the squad. dersonv 'Pomona " Cast Sec-ond Row .loan Bird. Brim-ttn VVorden, Edwin Conrad, Edward Frawley. Clarence Johnson. John llix. First ltow Sh:-:man Cohn. Elizabeth K:-arm-y. Gertrucle Lott. Vernon Stiles, Mitzi Rowland. Bradley Castle. "Ramona," the nineteenth annual Shakespeards Dream was well received --February eighth and ninth . . . Before the playebetween the scenes 'fthe orchestra played . . . New scenery by the boys on the stage com- mittee . . . Mitzi Rowland and Bradley Castle starred as Ramona and Alasandroe-P -the whole cast turned in a grand performance . . . Miss Faye Colby did a remarkable job in the capacity of director. In addition to the cast of the play, many other Stillwater high school students used their time and energy to make "Ramona" the success it was . . . Indian boys gave their inter- pretation of Indian war dances . . . To provide atmosphere-one of the girl's choruses sang: "Indian Dawn" . . . Still others danced to favorite tunes of a number of years ago . . . Proceeds were used to finance various school activities. 'Pam on cz " Chorus Fourth Row-'Leo McAlpine. Manley Swanson, Budd Sherrard, Floyd Shvrrnrd. Third Row'-fBeverly Shores. Marion Carlson. Pegryry Connors, Lorraine Kresenslie. Betty Rice. Harriet Schaffer, Betty Rocttpfer. Second RowfRuth Ann Doyle, Dorothy Maxwell, Betty Trainor, Natalie Jackson. Betty Moody. First Row-f-Betty Agqeton, Barbara Wilson. Anne MacDonald, Gloria Eriekson, Jean LaVine. Marilyn Jackson. Emmy Lou Daly, Patsy Ertle. H F ull House" T Second Row---Joan I,aVin0. Bob Swanson. Floyd Dzihlkc. Barhairzi Bernstein. .Innn-s Redpaxth, Vernon Stiles, Anne MacDonald, Pat Nolan, Nlary Curtis. .Ioan liircl. First 1itlWfG0l'tI'llll0 Lott. William Bergeron, Ric-liarcl Murphy. Seniors made final appearance . . . presented "A Full House" . . . or- chestra played-kept audience enter- tained--between acts--before play . . . Hat's oil' to Miss Colby -director . . . New scenerye-eby N. Y. A .... diffi- cult situations . . . Joan Bird as Susie --furnished comedy relief . . . Barbara Bernstein--Pat Nolane-Floyd Dahlke---played leads-it really was a "full house." Second Row--l':11. Nolan. Joan Bird. Marion Carlson. Saw "Nothing But The Truth" last night . . Truly a four bell produc- tion . . . Hilarious comedy ---- -by James Montgomery . . . Satirically George Washing'ton's picture hung on the wall . . . Leading roles-eBrad Castle and Elizabeth Kearney . . . "Innocent" chorus girlseflertrude Lott and Betty Woodmancy . . . directed by Miss Almen . . . Efficient produc- tion staff-big crowd-capable cast -- great performance. First Row--Betty Wooclmuncy. John McDonough, Gertrude Lott, Ralph Longbntham. Bradley Castle. Elizabeth Kearney. Merilyn Jackson. Floyd Dahlke, 'Nothing But The Truth " ily? V l If igyffw' ' -, n 'g 1 - , ig. Nlury C,'iirLlf" TOP Gi-or-e Sumihlnihixssuix. VMBITJCV U i , . Clzxrenl'0 .-4 . . ', Oredson. O11-in-1-Q l'll'l9" innimi . Vmcint I Q . .' Simon . ,4-"x .. .. 'Murxm - Girl R04-N' Olliwlf A . Hi-N ,Iumol 1 . 4 X . ,' - ', Vnidd Swan:-0' omoivl PICTURE .im Kari N1-i""' 'U B ' 4 ' XV' ' . A Ch,-,stun NO,-man. ' arlflb l'nn r Richard Lee' Ac-kersou. G ' J . al . Hi-Y---Joe Kfwllfii nnsvw- Du Soniul' A ' H iw -0 Suliluuilioxw' Hi-Y in With Miss Ann I ., sacson as adviser, the C" I ,ir Reserves met once a month meetings were led by Mary Curtis president, Barbara Wilson, secretary, Peggy Carlson, treasurer, Helen Ann Larson, pianist and Grace Stanek, pro- gram chairman . . . The Junior Hi-Y had many of its 'members at the Fath- ers' SL Sons' banquet sponsored by all school Hi-Y organizations-C. Johnson, V. Oredson, M. Simon were ofiicers in charge of the meetings. One of the most active school clubs was the Senior Hi-Y . . . With Karl Neumeier, president, Charles Christian- son, vice-president, Joe Kieimer, treas- urer, Budd Swanson, secretary, and Richard I dee, sergeant-at-arms the club sponsored a toy show, a banquet, and several dances . . . Mr. Roland Beck was club adviser . . . A good share of the work of the Sophomore Hi-Y was done by the officers----Henry John- son, Duane Ackerson, Glenn Norman. SSIVICG Clubs Kab Staff Svcond First ROROW'-John G. wwch. lgHCh ,, 11 ence JDhIlS01l,gi,Igls:j 2wenS0n'Tg1CgrtP1It5TURE asfle. Fli innoid 1 .Ib t, 71 sth Kearim-y,Ig?fQtAsfell, Bryoe H ' ' . arvey, put ' ' N0lZlI1. f 'V ea: me Clements, peggv C - Dnnors, S6l'0nd R First Ruowklrx' Bel- W'-14 ,Z lldeau, B. B 011 Mae Ha1.Shf1b21i:5E flWhrzsri11??y?g31:,1CPICTURE argaret Joh Urtis, A nson. Jacknne lVIaCD0 Gilbert mild, .109 K . - LaVerne' .relmer 1- Richei-t ' "1 Anderson e regret and a It was with a littl d al of relief that the Kabekon- l in great e the printers ear y ian was sent to April . . . The theme of the annual was a student's diary with the division- al pages and fly sheets carrying it out -head by their efficient and capable editor, Betty Jeanne Clements, the staff of twenty-one industrious students, racing against time and the engraving company, turned in their various copy ' t turn out a fine book and managed o 48 The following composed the Kab ' Clements, editor, staff-Betty Jeanne assistant, Joe Kreim- Ann M. Johnson, MacDonald, subscrip- er, advt.3 Anne tions, Lora M. Harsh, assistant, Bryce ' t hotosp Pat No- Harvey, Jack Gilber , p ' Flizabeth Kearney, lan, Irv Belideau, J art: Peggy Connors, John Gigrich, Mary ' d Castle, sportsg Curtis, features, Bra ' oldt, assistants, tell Bert Nipp snap- Ken As , Mary Swenson, Babette Johnson, ' on LaVerne Richert hots, Lil Anders , s typists. Arrow Anticipation heralded the appear- ance of each edition of the Arrow . . . Under the leadership of the editor, Gertrude Lott. the thirty-seven stall' members worked diligently to publish the fifteen issues the Cubs edited the final issue in May . . . News of our friends, our activities and interests were masterfully written by student reporters. TL1S1'fC11G John Gigrieh headed the Tusitala Stall' with Miss Ann Isaeson advising' . . . The following' students were members of the stall' John Gigrieh. ed- itor: Marion Carlson, business manager: Barbara Bernstein, Margaret Sehafler. advertisingr: Bob Swanson, Pat Nolan Vincent Uredson, art stall: Mavis Smart. Sophomore representative: Richard Barker, Junior representative' Mary' Welshons. Junior high representative TOP PICTURE ARROW' I"oui'lh Row M:11'x'in Simon. Pftlxxarcl Slinons-t, holy Swanson. Ralph lionarlmolliznn. Vlilliain If I'ru'm-ron, John Iieyel'. 'I'bird Row Iiarbara Wilson. Mai-Ilonalrl, lllary fluriis. 5 1 I's 'A . 'z'-n-- .41ns . Alliul CII tinn Klum ml lvl on lVlzll'y Swenson. Nana KiIpa1i'ic'k. Sliirlex' Szllirison. Annu' l'ev'y'v Connors. -I. an Jhlllins. Ii:11'b:xl':1 II1-lnstein. Ilm-len 1'l ri , 015' .y s. -lean Itinanuelson. lit-n11'l1-f Lott, I n ih Ilt Ii t I op Si-vond Row llarriet Seliatler. I 1 Mi 'I Ifliriln-tI1 Ixeai'ney. lVlax'ls binart. .Ioan IIIVII. ln-1'lr'iulv ,o 1, -ri yn .Iar'llson. .lean IaVlne, l,oi'a Mae Harsh. I'e,t1'e'y Varlson, Helen Kcwner. I I"il's1 Row Raith Anne Ioyle, Iii-t I Nlu1'pI1,V. Kon-i't Wiliren. TYSITAIIA ly Rive, .Iaines 0'Iiri1-n. Iioln-rl Ill-4-lw. llivlmlwl BOTTOM PICTIRIC S4-vonll lion' Iiob Swanson. II1II'IJ1lI'2l Iii-l'listeil1, Marion Varlson. iIfI:ii'g':ii'4-t Sc-hallor. Iilc-Ilarrl II2lI'IH'l'. First Row I'at Nolan. Vinrn-nt Oredson, John Gigg'ric'Ii. Maxis Smart. TOP PICTURE TIIESPIANS- - ii I Bark l'iowfWVernon Stiles, John Dix, Floyd Dalilke, Ralph Longbotham, Jr., Bradley Castle. William Bergeron, Patrick Nolan. Sl-cond Row-elVlerilyn Jackson, Brigetta VVorden. Edwin Conrad, Robert Swanson. First KowWElizabetl1 Kearney. Lora Mae Harsh, Bailiara Bernstein. Anne Macllonald, .loan Bird, Gertrude Lott. BOTTOM PICTURE BOOKSTORE COMMITTEE - Bark Row -Ella Barnholdt, Patricia Murphy, llriargaret Schafler, Alice Chial, Betty Moocly. Florence Roettger, Merilyn Jackson, Anne MacDonald, Marion Dornfeld, Genevieve Casanova, Elizabeth Kearney. Front Row-fJn-an Adkins, Helen liacke. Miss Cady, l.aVr-rne Rim-hert. Marion Carlson. l.:1Vonne Randall. T hespjcms A play entitled "Three's a Crowd," was presented by the Thespianseein assembly and on the school's exchange programs . . . Regular meetings were held monthly at the school- special meetings were often held at the member's homes . . . In the spring the annual steak fry took place at the Boom site . . . Mrs. Hugh Gower was the club's adviser. Bookstore Committee In the fall of the year Miss Bernice Cady and the committee began buying new books and selling old ones . . . The committee was divided into stores -the new and old bookstores . . . On April fourth the committee mem- bers were rewarded for their efforts with a banquet at the Stillwater Club rooms. Work of Our Standing Committees Nine standing committees and a publications board comprise what is commonly known as Stillwater high school's system of student govern- ment . . . ln the fall the council selects chairmen and members of the various standing committees. The difficult task of balancing the budget was the main problem of the Finance Committee-most of us worry, but Chairman Shirley Sakri- son, William Hurley, Ann Margaret Johnson, Bronson Simonet, and Joe Kreimer could truthfully call that one of their favorite pastimes . . . All visitors from other schools were taken on a tour of both buildings by the Reception Committee-many other visitors were shown to their destinations by Melba Schroeder, Betty Jeanne Clements and Chairman Jessie Em Kern . . . Sending cards to the students who were ill was the work of the Welfare Committee-Kenneth Astell heads the com- mittee composed of James Redpath and Natalie Jackson ...i Students gave big hands to the Yell Committee for the many original skits which were presented in assemblies-under the chairmanship of Nana Kilpatrick many enthusiastic mass meetings were arranged-Pat Nolan and Brad Castle are the other members of this committee . . . The Lost and Found Committee's annual auction was well received as an assembly program-throughout the year Betty Moody, Chairman, Robert Wihren and Lorraine Seggelstrom collected a small fee from people who came to get lost articles . . . Chairman Bert Nippoldt of the Noon Hour Committee and Richard Lee, Carolyn Peterson, Budd Swanson, James Rowland and Mary Swenson, his committee, did remarkably well keeping students entertained during the noon hour . . . Hall traffic problems were capably handled by the Hall and Building Committee-Paul Jones was chairman-Joan Bird, Merilyn Jackson, Mary Curtis and Robert Swanson were other members of this group . . . Many fine exchange and lyceum programs were secured for our enjoyment by the Assembly Committee-Anne MacDonald was chosen chairman with William Berger- on and Bronson Bancroft assisting her . . . Mavis Smart, Doris Darrington, Bronson Simonet and John Schelander were members of the Board of Publications-this is a fairly recent committee-this term marked its second year in our student government system. THLETICS play art in the lite of an important ever Still- Y P Water high sclmool student. Q? ,iv J mga, ? fa- M fag K W lbw!! R, 'E e I "t Q XXX e 1 PM N! The Ponies' first squad- Back: Rorman, Granquist, Hildebrandt, Rowland, Stohlberg, Swanson-2nd: Meffert, Beaudet, Hackett, Longbotham, Beyers, and Castle-Front: L. Radke, O'Brien, Hanson, Lee, Ban- croft, W. Radke . . . Bud Bennett's Homecoming dis- play . . . The second squad-Back: LaCosse, Eastwood, Dalluhn, Collo- py, Steinacker-2nd: Mul- ler, Farmer, Selb, Dera- gisch, Bell-Front: Iverson, Ackerson, Thompson, Rad- datz, Randall. The six senior let- termen on the home field at night-Back: Bronson Bancroft, Richard Lee, James O'Brien-Front: Brad- ley Castle, Ralph Longbotham, Phillip Stohlberg . . . "Dust Bowl" at North St. Paul . . . Anybody's ball . . . Another point for S. H. S. Downtown windows created Homecoming spirit . . . Mr. Mef- fert gives a few point- ers during pre-season scrimmage . . . All set for a punt ,. . . Thrown for a loss? .5941 2-31 S 3 3? 'rv ,, " if Bi . 4 3651 SP' vw 3 4 ' r N , 2 N fx, is- -1 1 N- f Q, ,NQA . Q H Yue .pf fx sk Q - g. if 5 gi 5, E Ev. Q ' N t Yhh' R 1 912 if N If W W2 K X X2 Q W QSM' X """E,S-' 'HH ' o f , 2? K ffl. yay 9- if? J , i . Up in the air at the White Bear game-'spose he'll catch it? . . . Coaches Peterson and Caffer- ty pose with the reserves- Back: Cafferty, Dave Far- mer, Giles Owens, Frank LaCosse,-Front: Wm. Beebe, Frank Hilde- brandt, Peterson . . . "Bump" scores on South St. Paul . .. . More ac tion. if Volley ball has its thrills . . . -No, that's not Cupid-it's Anne . . . LaVonne and Betty, two of our G. A. A. girls, show us how it's done . . . She's out to break par-Do you count the times you missed, Jean? 'I'he championship basketball team-Back: Betty Lyons, Bonita Haynes, Betty Trainor, Norma Akey, Helen Backe, Margaret Brown - Kneeling: Helen Schnell, Margaret Backe- Front: Kathleen Gusie, Mar- garet Greeder, Harriet Kelm . . . Margaret brushes up on her stroke . . . Tumbling's fun- isn't it, girls? Interest in minor sports grew considerably this year-at the start of the term 60 boys signed up with Mr. Meffert for the school golf team . . . May 13-District 14 Golf Tournament-our team took 4th place . . . Carth of North St. Paul won low score honors with a 77 . . . our boys made a good showing-Reinhold Gusie, 80: John Ries, 945 Dave Parkhurst, 96: and Joe Simonet, 102 .... Gusie Won top honors for qualifying round. School had no tennis team, but much enthusiasm was shown by students at the tennis matches .... Fencing didn't become very popular-Jack Gilbert and Bryce Harvey, the only two enthusiasts .... Toward spring a movement was beun to sponsor a school baseball team-plans are not yet completed-a schedule is being arranged-Roy Peterson and Carl Anderson are expected to coach the squad. Our student managers-Ben Hackett, Don Granquist, Gale Randall and Jim Row- land-the boys did a fine job of handling the school football and basketball equipment. JS' ' We had a good track season .... team attended 7 meets .... took 7 out of 12 first places .... April 22-First track meet-at University high school-team did very well .... At the Harding meet, Stillwater Won lst place-59-45 .... At- tended the District 14 meet-lost to White Bear by 5 point-465-47 .... Hanson tied the pole vault record of 10'6" .... New records made-enthusiastic rooters at the interscholastic meet at Carleton College-our team made only 4 points. . . . Took second place at the regional meet-White Bear first by 45 points .... Three of the boys went on to the State meet-Berger established a new record in the 120-yard high hurdles--16.9 seconds-Howard Hanson placed first in pole vault-Dale Thompson was winner in the 440-yard run .... On the whole a very successful season. n-- -fuzz! iff? , , 'es p t Red Wing 31 eiiert Plans ' - ' Red I H . ewes Gailop 0ver Anoka and Bears P . 4 -Img , . - , M rest: , wxquday Score of 2914 A Stu!3EJC:?:r1i?1:X9 VV1n "Y Bob Swame-son . ' '. H gmac A 7 ' Stnlwater hxgn school defefggedn , ' V+ -i!'QUb'-9 taking stubborn White Bear quinL0ff"'u f R ffeffbrf bu terly contested gzmw 6 6 Y g,"A M 1, 21-19 F' Q' :fm in 19.10 ,gud U -Nqzigge X ur who ncccpterl a posxu.. NXNML- 1 u. , lex' Coach Mnffvrt, intra mural "f1'i d 1 lter class spm-tg pmgrrmxs were L? 1 ontlght 1 x uratcd and vxido wpwzxd interest geii .pan-2 Q K shown until now close in T5 per aiwfx x of the boys pu,:'tivig'mte in ath-5 Q , . n outside of the gym masses. 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'21, igifnffelx X ' ' nA2:,J4i, 'lfQ4J end ri Y ' , . 2, 157, ,Q 95 .xafkid the . 1 ff, ff, W .J 4- 'Q wil -Q0 - Y In mothrwll, S ' V fu '-5, Ay ,I J , 5? 05312, X 95013 49 . four graduatmg If inst 27 and L11 V - if n, f4,'if,f'Q, g fofx? RX 3,53 Q 0190 Neumexer, Bancroft, and W nf 61. In my ' Y- jf: ' 00 XQ9:-N?'30,A Saw the home fans. oi the pam U-n Q- yt? 0 L . - GY Q, 3 squads who ,ag 6 ' g HS um WV ' y C AW statin ztrr PF 'rp a aw Wm B S1 a Bu S If ff Q f 51 wa er I Ou, Inf. C4 Y P ' 1 993 poi 5?f'1.v siizflil, m"0'm,'fL.e0N, S L S Ns Z 1 ' 1 - px- Ou- Hs "lm ' thi .xp - 10 Pd Iprf H, S . 1 1 Sn nk il 019772 ul D0 'aff' PIU ears 1' Sinful- - me wn CHF black in 1 0 .Ol-Ig 0 ll I, R. ak, an " tb by-ou d de g 0 ba ag. H V d dn ght fe . R, 0 L93 Ha ,.,n see zz, 1'-U21 "8-L fm, Of NW' tu UU p em rufhhbn e M 4 A A . 'ox Eff on , L A A Pia Om, sa fluff n o 12 21 "" -n na- . i P-1-1 'rf- 'XG '1fL 01 Football Summary September 15- Revenge is sweet . . . Hastings downs the Ponies 32-12 . . . Moore to Kranz for first tally--downfield drive-Moore hits pay- dirt via off-tackle-Monty gets sixty yards on pass--Another Moore specialty . . . 26-0 . . . down pour . . . Beaudet recovers fumble--Lee swims over to score . . . Wilke twists and squirms 33 yards for Hastings' Hnal counter . . . Hildebrandt scores in final second . . . Hildebrandt furnishes Ponies spark . . . Beaudet shows great promise . . . LaCosse is injured on kickoff . . . Stillwater 12-Hastings 32. September 29- First home game a victory . . . Still- water 12L-St. Paul Marshall 6 . . . First canto-exchange of fumbles-Brown's ten, Pony penalty and Neiforf donate to Marshall's lone tally . . . Edstrom leads the way- "Spad" Lee knifes over . . . 6-6 at half . . . Series of Lee plunges-Hildebrandt takes it to the 20--pass to Hanson-Lee makes it goal to go . . . Lee, Hildebrandt, Ed- strom spin and thread their way goalward . . . Surprise pass to Edstrom 12-6-Han- son averages 51 yards . . . Beautiful kick- ing . . . Lee's punting outstanding . . . Defensive pillars-Swanson, Beaudet and Hackett . . . Stillwater 12-Marshall 6. October 6- Oilcan is regained . . . Thomas is subdued . . . Edstrom and Hildebrandt steal show . . . Bears score-first and only . . . Lee, Hildebrandt, Edstrom, Bancroft all donate to 80 yard drive . . . Edstrom tallies . . . Ponies recover Bear fumble on 14-.Hildebrandt makes it 13-7 . . . Scoreless third canto . . . Edstrom makes 30--then 40 . . . Lee plows remaining foot-19-7 . . . "Four Horsemen" impress- ive . . . Hanson, Beaudet and Hackett in the line . . . Game of speed and power . . . . Stillwater 19-White Bear 7, October 13- Red Wing scores-first and last two minutes of play . . . Ponies definitely off . . . Wings recover Hildebrandt's fumble . . . Stillwater threatens once-two passes to Hanson--who laterals to Edstrom-Edstrom to 20 yd. marker . . . Pony penalty-15 yards-fumble dashes hopes . . . Still- water makes comeback . . . Fumbles-pen- alties--nulified gains via the air . . . Lee to Hanson-edective combination . . . Du- Bois intercepts Lee's pass-on 13 yard line . . . Beautiful running-Barlett . . . Radke brothers look good . . . Hildebrandt -Bancroft-both injured . . . LaCosse saw action-tough game to lose . . . Still- water 0-Red Wing 12. October 20- Stillwater dampens Polar's homecoming . . . Ponies victorious in "Dust Bowl" game . . . Five of eight passes complete . . . Hanson kicks to end zone-against wind-an exchange of fumbles-three power plays-Hildebrandt makes a beautiful catch from Edstrom-they muff the chance . . . Ponies' power line performs-Jim O'Brien reels off nine . . . Long pass-Edstrom to Hanson to five yard line-Lee to one yard marker-Jimmy O'Brien squirms over to tally . . . Second half-again take to air-long pass-Lee to Hanson . . . Hanson attempts lateral--fumbled-Carle recovers . . . Hil- debrandt makes shoestri-ng interception-runs it 65 yards . . . Hanson chalks up last tally . . . Ponies now tied for league lead . . . Stillwater 19-North St. Paul 0. October 27- Stillwater upsets jinx--uniformed typhoon -eleven Jess Owens-such would describe Ponies . . . Result: Ponies 20-Packers 0 . . . Locals dominate plays . . . First half thrill packed . . . Second quarter- Lee and Radke-power plays . . . Lee to Hanson on five . . . Bancroft to Hilde- brandt to end zone . . . Packers with a Football Summary series of runs and passes make 15 yard mark- er . . . Second half.-Ponies ruin up eight first downs in a row . . . 80 yard drive- Lee and Hildebrandt co-working-Lee passes to Hanson on 40-Howie laterals to Edstrom -Bob carried it all the way-by far, plrettiest play of game and even of season . . . Still- water completed 7 out of 12 passes . . . A perfect Homecoming . . . Stillwater 20- South St. Paul 7. November 1- Heighters spoil Pony League hopes 18-0 . . . Ponies play poor ball-not at all up to par . . . Exchange of punts . . . Kalata intercepts Edst1rom's pass-races 40 yards-last man nails him . . . Kalata scores from two . . . Malosky to Mees for tally . . . Ponies.momentary splure- Hildebrandt intercepts . . . Second half- Kalata duplicates First quarter exhibition . . . Heighters completely dominate the game . . . Stillwater 0-Columbia Heights 18 November 10- Ponies post-game spirits match the weather -a cold game on a cold day . . . Robbins smash Ponies 26-0 . . . See-saw game for first half until Lee punts 50 yards . . . Young to Hogan on reverse outsmarts and outruns eleven frigid Ponies-romp 80 yards to paydirt . . . Mid of third canto-Lee punts to Buckley on 45-finally stopped on one yard line by Hildebrandt . . . Young crosses diagonal standing up, 14-0 . . . Robbinsdale recovers a kickoff fumble on Pony 25 . . . A bad seasonal wind-up . . . The South St. Paul slaughter well made up for Heights and Robbins defeats . . . Prospects for next season are ex- ceptionally bright . . . Good Luck! ! ! . . . Stillwater 0--Robbinsdale 26. Basketball Summary December 5- Victorius debut-one sided contest . . . Don Cafferty's second Pony team has "it"- a classy combination of teamwork and in- dividualism . . . "Hans" led the squad in tallies and drive . . . Defensive work outstanding . . . All reserves used effec- tively . . . Stillwater 28-Anoka 17. December 14- The perfect basketball game-Bancroft's game . . . lack of size and weight made no difference . . . Continual scream throughout game . . . "Bump" sank last second basket-broke 124-24D tie . . . Whole team gave a stellar performance-Lee close behind Bancroft's 14 points with 12-Specta- tors behind the team all the way . . . Sulz- dorf impressive, as usual, for the Packers . . . Stillwater 26-South St. Paul 24. December 19- A continual 32 minute battle . . . Class pitted against just a little less class . . . Peterson for Wings starred . . . Ponies definitely "oi" in the first quarter . . . Coach Cafferty used the usual six men . . . Pony's third canto lead was not for long -Wings led by only one bucket until a gift shot cinched the outcome . . . Stillwater 20-Red Wing 23. January 9- Poor start-glorious finish . . . First quarter-Ponies trailed 17-41 . . . Lee three buckets in one minute in the second canto . . . Sophomore Houle outstanding Laker . . . Ponies dominated last three quarters . . . Neumeiler with a sprained ankle-didn't stop him . . . Lee donated 15 points to our total . . Stillwater 33 -Forest Lake 23. January 12- Pony landslide-135-231 . . . Lee and Hanson led the way-more of Astell's sensa- tional shooting . . . Third canto a tumbling J Basketball Summary exhibition-"Spad's" bodily contact with the officials highlighted the game-a rough and tumble "Bear" fight . . . Stillwater 35- White Bear 23. January 16- Ponies unable to connect . . . Went to pieces after first quarter . . . Welch and Moore, Hastings' dual threat, compiled 27 points . . . Neumeier's first and last bad game . . Stillwater 24-Hastings 38. January 19- A tough one to lose . . . Ponies lagged in the first half . . . Mees, Heighters' ace, starred . . . Ponies rallied in the third canto-19 all at buzzer . . . Astell made it C25-235 with 15 seconds left . . . Three Pony shots .missed the tying opportunity- strain on the nervous system . . . Hanson led with ten . . . Stillwater 23-Columbia Heights 25. January 23- Another easy one . . . Ace Carle kept Polars in game in first half-Carle, in a one man splurge, tallied 15 of 21 points . . . Lee ran up 11 of Ponies' 30 points . . . Still- water 30--North St. Paul 21. January 26- Ponies gain early, comfortable lead-never threatened . . . Polars sluggish-C24-8D at half time . . . Farmer sank one . . . Polars second half offensive of no avail-- "Bump" led way with 5 buckets . . . Ponies displayed fine all around ball . . . Astell held Carle . . . Stillwater 34-North St. Paul 27. February 2- Another perfecto-at least from the thrill standpoint . . . Ponies led for 3 quarters -and then . . . Astel'l's squelching of all- star Sulzdorf was the evening highlight . . . Bancroft, as in the firslt Packer en- counter, led the scoring with 9 points . . . Lee broke the last .minute tie of 23 all with 2 buckets-"Spad" and Astell put up a sen- sational dual threat . . . Stillwater 29- South St. Paul 25. February 6-- Jinx again reigned . . . Ponies led at the halfway mark C20-161 . . . Swell shooting on Stillwater's part . . . Lead see-sawed in third quarter . . . Berge and Moore were again the evil ones from Ponies' standpoint--totaled 29 points . . . Lee led Ponies with nine . . . Stillwater 30- Hastings 38. February 9- Listless and unexciting-lack of compe- tition-completely one-sided, etc .... Sub- stitutes were used . . . Kenny and Howie totalled 22 of our 29 units . . . Anoka compiled 14 points . . . Stillwater 29- Anoka 14. February 16- Unexpected resistance was barely over- come by Ponies . . . H-owie's injury didn't slow him . . . C10-41 at half-eight of the ten on free throws . . . Homer Thomas, Bear ace, cut lead to two points-their spurt was too late . . . Stillwater 21-White Bear 19. February 19- Ponies' prestige raised high-close, excit- ing contest . . . Howie Hanson played his best game of the year-scored 13 points to lead the way . . . Ponies headed only once . . . Strom was the man for the Ponies to down-and they did . . . Crowd went wild . . . "Dingy's" two timely bas- kets broke the two tie-the last won the game with only seconds to go . . . Stillwater 36 --Red Wing 34. February 23- Fitting climax to season . . . Ponies gained Suburban League championship . . . Bancroft led the way with 10 points--each man donated his full fifth to game . . . Mees was outstanding for the Heighters . . . 14 victories and four setbacks-a seas- onal record to be proud of . . . Stillwater 25-Columbia Heights 18. District Tournament Wednesday, March 6- - Friday, March 8 - Saturday, March 9-- White Bearw21 1 . Columbia Heights-24, 1. 2 , Columbia Heightsf40 Columbia Heights-20 3. North St. Paul-v27 1 4. Stillwater-f -36 5' StiuwateH30 Th ursday, March 7 Z' Iiiiziliton Farmin'gtonf29 ' f Rea Wing-40 7. Red Wing Q u 8. South St. Paul 1 Red Wmg730 Interclass Tournament Team Won Lost Percent Pts. Seniors 3 0 1.000 81 Sophomores 2 1 .667 71 Juniors 1 2 .333 44 Freshmen 0 3 .000 64 Winning' Team Red Wing Opponents points 59 59 72 70 B. Simonet, R. Whalen, M. Palmer, J. O'Brien, R. Rivard, R. Simonson In tra-m ural Tournament Team Won Lost Percent Stripes 8 4 .667 Bars 6 6 .5 Stars 6 6 .5 Liners 4 8 .333 Winning Team A. Gillstrorn Ccap'tJ, J. Bell, G. Gilbert, E. Noreen, A. Patrick, N. Moen, D. Simonson, W. Bodlerick. ,-gqvX.,. . ,.,,., ,,., pu sn the Junior lmiglm is just two years olcl, it has a large extra-curricular program. ggflum Q . -fy J 2 o 'M firm 'wana - -a was M ffw-W - Q3 h i liz.. v "Why are you tatrdy'?" asks Miss Carlson. Students trimmed the tree in the lower hallway. ,fy The Executive Club gathers for a meeting- Third Row-Glaydon Robbins, Pearl Moelter, Kay Kearney Bill Bachelder, David Hurley. Second Row--Betty Schwartz, Marguerite Firth, Marjorie Youngquist, Edward Crozier, Albert Dahlke, Jane Conrad, Mark Carroll. Seated-Thomas Simonet, Rob- ert Lott, Ann Mary Glenn, Nancy Stussi, Alton Barker, Delmon Thompson. Ninth graders won the interclass debates MISS ITABEL-Second Bow: Laverne Elfstrom, Leona Ekdahl K thl , a een Engler, Betty Grady, Jane Chldester, Leona Zlmanski, Audre Jane Broecker, Marilyn Berg, Marion Fabel. Seated: Marjorie Youngquist, LaV,onne N' k l I IC es, o-na Tuenge, Betty DeKlein, Ellen Peterson, Marilyn Strand, Katharine Cover. MISS KALLESTAD-Third Row: Fred Barnholdt, Jack Magnuson, James Smith, Bob Major, James Parkhurst, Orren Larson, James Thueson, LeRoy Dikkers. Second Row: Margaret McDonough, Lauretta Sullivan, Lorna Lenmark, Leona Johnson, Pearl Moelter, Kay Darrington, Helen Schadegg, Shirley Johnson, Marilyn Steineck, Richard White, Grace Wall, Betty Nelson. Seated: Adena Kallestad, John Kellar, Richard Burkleo, George Murphy, Alton Barker, Rhoda Harvey, Betty Ruline, Harold Peterson, Wayne Saarela. MR. PETER SON-Third Row: Marguerite Schnell, Jewell Sherrard, Elaine Vollmer, Zita Miller, Ann Nolan, Shirley Ann Gast, Mary Welshons, Arlene Worden, Mary Jane Collins. Second Row: Harriet Hall, Joyce Gehrman, Leona Gertschel, Dulcie Bloom, Patricia Shelley, Marion Rydeen, Marry Ellen Peterson, Paula Scheel, Lillie Carlson, Mary Jean Broecker Seated: Roy Peterson, Jack Hooley David LaV' M , me, ark Root, James Jesse, John LaVine, Lowell Schmoeckel, James Hughes, David May, Herbert Michaelis. ur"T' 7 ' Also took prizes for bulletin boards MR. BURMEISTER-Third Row: Jack Raddatz, Mark Carroll, Donald Schwartz, Michael Hughes, Joe 'Wheeler, George Smith, Howard LaVenture, Adrian Burmeister, Harrty Carlson. Second Row: Robert Skramstad, Eugene Buck, LeRoy Moore, Melvyn Lad , Edward Chatterton, William Severson, Norman Johnson, Jerry Sullivan. Seated: Bilg Pauley, William McKnight, Robert Dalluhn, Howard Johnson, Frank Huff, Delmon Thompson, illy Patrick. MR. OLSON---Third Row: Dewy Graham, William Hagen, Walter Saw er, Robert Estelle, Orville Kollander, Donald Clum, Eugene Grove, Kermit Dornfeld, Donald Wolf, Paul Clum. Second Row: William Olson, Doris Madsen, Kay Kearney, Earl Olson, Lawrence Brockman, Robert Harrison, Wallace Nagel, Betty Paine, Lois Peterson. Seated: Clara Raleigh, Iris Kolbe, Mary Utecht, Robert Thorsen, Kathleen Fazendin, Gladys Lutz, Harvey Brown, Mae Miller, Mary Ellen Dawson, Ruth Bischoff. MISS KRIESEL--Third Row: Nancy Stussi, Gale Chatterton, Waverly LeBard, Con-way Rosell, Myron Scullen, Sherrran Lawson, Wesley Sanderson, Robert Lott. Second Row: Shirley Linder, John Huestis, Ann Mar Glenn, Miriam Palm, Lawrence Heiman, Stanley Buckley, Russell Flandrick, Leroy Nelson, Jlames Wilson, Richard Burns, Allan Reier. Seated: Delores Johnson, Alice Cartony, Sally Sommers, Marcella Schell, Verlie Mae Kaphing, Alice Westphal, Elmyra Krongard, Evelyn Kriesel. The eighth grade captured the citizenship trophy MISS KUNDE--'Third Row: James Bodlovich, James Buckle , Leslie Jensen, Charles Beyer, Bill Bachelder, James Vollmer, Gerald Groth, John Morris, Elaine Dalluhn, Bernice Carlson, Helen Moe, Myron DeChaine. Second Row: Phyllis Peterson, Margaret Lohman, Carol Hart, Frank Anderson, Ray Roettger, Lloyd Johnson, Jean Connors, Geraldine Roepke, Frank Redman, James Friday, Howard Thomp- son, Paul Stohlberg. Seated: Kenneth Seim, Alastaire Ehnert, Marvin Kollander, Burton Randall, Jean Bergstrom, Louise Kunde, Mary Bloom, Joan Garbe, Marianne van Hoorn, Dorothy Wagner. MISS POZZINIW-Third Row: Josephine Pozzini, John Kress, Marjorie Kramer, Aloha Peterson, Lloyd Thompson, Bruce Johnson, Luella Thomsen, Bill O'Brien, Bill Dempsey, Marilyn Harsh, Donald Peterson, Norman Shattuck, Margaret Cedarbloom. x Second Row: Neal Jacobson, Lois Richert, Betty Lou Jacobson, Betty Shrank, John Billy. Helen Mardaus, Phyllis Fischer, George Power, Jane Conrad, Marvel Beebe, Wilma White, Phyllis Reider, Ann McKusick, Thomas Morris, Helen Mae Ackerson-. Seated: Ellsworth Thorene, James Thomsen, Thomas Simonet, Jean Wojahn, Edward Cronk, Marjorie Vedder, Albert Ranum, Stanley LaCosse, Richard Swanson. MISS NOLAN-Third Row: Jack Anderson, Ernest Teed, Dick Kearne , Stanley Scheel, Dwaine Dilts, Edward Gerner, Richard Brown, Stanley Malone, David Carsson, Donna Roettger. Second Row: Miss Mary Nolan, Ruth Michaelis, Betty Sievert, Dolores Humphreys, Marjorie Smith, Betty Johnson, Vivian Bixby, Marion Shoholm, Joyce Nelson, Lillian Anderson, Cassie Bailes, Laurel Erickson, Dorothy Lueken. Seated: James Anderson, Delores McLaughlin, Ruth Barnholdt, Ruth Vollmer, Idell Hines, Norma Ponath, Gladys Anderson, Bradley Otto, Robert Deaner. A successful party was held by the seventh grade MISS LIES-Second Row---Rita Pasch, Dorothy Anderson, Betty Schwartz, Jean Ann Olstad, Lola Garey, Marion Johnson, Patricia Gast, Miss Lies, Margaret Hallquist, Loi-s Lohman, Elinor Alex- ander, Jo Ann Cole, La Vaun Warner, Erma Dahlberg. - Seated: Marion Teed, Helen Lindberg, Donna Mae Jacobson, Marguerite Firth, Mathilda McKay, Helen Ann Johnson, Dorothy Ann Bloom. MISS COSTELLO-Third Row: David Chial, John Crimmins, Bobby Crabtree, Ruth Masterman, Lorraine Lutz, Margie Thornpsocn, Patricia Bergen, Elaine Knefelkamp, Ione Roettger. Second Row: Ann Costello, Donald Morgan, Dale Register, Albert Dahlke, Davis Hurley, Phyllis Kutz, Albert Beaudet, Richard Herbert, Lucille Bahlmann, Mary Siefert, Phyllis Kutz, Betty Hudson, Frances Radloff, Elva Kollander, Jeanette Roettger, Wesley Underhill. Seated: John Jackson, Richard Akey, Gerald Rylander, Frank Erlitz, Bob Schell, Marilyn Steele, Shirley Carlson, Marshall Wangerin, Joan Saarela, Jean Nelson. MISS FOSTER-Third Row: John Linder, Charles Audett, Roger Kuehn, Glenn Maes, John Hallquist, Paul, Crozier, If-yle Hudson, David Sullivan, William Harrison, Allan Roettger, Bob Murphy. Second Row: arriet Foster, Annie Bartlett, William Hurd, William Tuenge, Ivan Roettger, Richard Junker, Gordon Welshons, Harlan Bernstein, David Otto, Frank Schaffer, Verlie Spjut, Geraldine Bloomquist, Delores Disbrowe, Cheryl Mechelke. Seated: David Johnson, Russell Kalk, John Ertle, Ned LeBard, Elaine Larson, Alice Thomsen, Mary Dahlberg, Palma Scullen, Barbara Anne Charlsen, Betty Raduenz. Q, I., A ..-E 'gig if fl we A few of the girls made excellent carpenters. Skillful fingers manipu- lated the dolls at the pup- pet shows. Some of the boys enjoy- ed cooking. lNotice the "Mama, what is shorten- ing?" expressions.J T- dead Put your heads down: here I come. The girls' gym class do- ing its daily dozen. B SQUAD . . . Second Row: Fred Barnholdt, William Hagen, Myron Scullen, Thomas Simonet, Lawrence Brockman, James Smith, James Jesse, Gerald Groth, Orville Kollander, Wayne Saarela. First Row: Robert Thorson, Jack Raddatz, Delmon Thomp- son, Robert Lott, Bill O'Brien. Our Junior high football boys Jack Raddatz Del.mon Thompson Robert Dalluhn Junior High Choir Fifth Row-Mark Root, Richard Burkleo, Delmon Thompson, James Jesse, Conway Rosell, John LaVine, John Huestis. Fourth Row-Delores Johnson, Herbert Michaelis, Myron Scullen, Kermit Dornfeld, Orrin Larson, David LaVine, Stanley Buckley. Third RowFPaul Clum, Jewell Sherrard, Paula Schecl, Helen Shadegg, Miriam Palm, Betty Paine, Mae Miller, Marry Ellen Peterson, Leona Zimanski, Alton Barker. Second Row--George Murphy, Pearl Moelter, Kay Darrington, Mary Jean Broecker, Shirley Johnson, Lorna Lenmark, Harriett Hall, Leona Goetschel, Fred Barnholdt. First Row-Zita Miller, Mary Jean Thompson, Areline Worden, Sally Sommers, Mary Jane Collins, Marilyn Steineck, Mary Welshons, Marcella Schell. Cast of "Not Such A Goose"-Sally Sommers, Sherman Lawson, Miriam Palm, James Jesse, Marcella Schell. A class room scene in the Talent Show-teacher, Ann Mary Glenn . . . Mr. Ed-U-Cation, Delmon Thompson . . . Students: Robert Major, Lauretta Sullivan, Mary Jean Broecker, Allan Reier, Gladys Lutz, Ruth Barnholdt, Jean Bergstrom, Albert Dahlke, Herbert Michaelis, Phyllis Kutz, Donna Roettger, Norma Ponath, Shirley Gast, Allan Roettger, Robert Thorsen, Ruth Michaelis. gf! co-operation of our advertis- ers malces pulalislming the possible. JM9ff+-Qin l : f ,by MM-LL Q1-4.411 , 1 d.z..o,,.,4,, db L ' s WWW 'W ""7'7' MTW-- any l W ,aa lmao MU 5 W""4""f'54' s f """"""'4"4"J' Q! . 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E Q . 9202022022022022020W202202202017'-0W2022720220'fE 2 The Successful 3 Man is Well Dressed To be well dressed you must have your clothes tailored to your individual measure- ments. There is no person who is physically perfect in all pro- portions and it ' unreason- able to expect to be fitted in a suit that is not made to Medium and Hzlgfa Grade FURNITURE M01 9 9 S 5 9 5 6 5 5 5 9 5 9 5 6 5 9 5 0161 401 H012-01 f-010 101101 2012-01'-?6'1401'-0161h01f01f-0K-01 ge 1 w 5 5 E 5 3 92532 5 9 3? E- il- u 3 QS LQ 3 55351 "" 'C'-IU. P Se 55sU2 Q2 pg H...-"' gs 99' 't C SSM fi-2. is fs 5355 E-as C 5'-fN Q 2 S252 il- I ggggzz C-' 95"7v ' ,, cn N Z fl "' E2 E' O ' .2 agree 3 3 Ping-pong . . . Back to classes . . . Musn't fight, girls . . . The Daisy Mae and Lil' Abner of S. H. S .... "Tish," our Home- coming queen . . . "Row, row, row your boat" . . . Students do some "rug-cutting" at the dances . . Going home. A I O . yi, 2 W if - H 'slr 'Liang , .XX ba .i ww Q Ann and Barbara pose with the St. Paul Open Champ . . . Bill's orchestra swings out at the Homecoming dance . . . Gert and Doc . . . The janitors work hard, too . . . Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rhyn at the program in their honor . . . "Rummy" . . . Our favorite indoor sport-eating . . . Don't drop it on your toe . . . Even the stage crew rests once in a while. E 5 i 1 ' gli -1 '- A S 57 i ii g , '1 1 7 or ,, . 'Y .Yi Wm X I Spring fever . . . Len and Dick give us a "big sky rocket" . Going up . . . The days of chivalry are not gone . . . Make it good, Bill . . . Two girls and one boy, that's bad! . . . Sleeping beauty . . . Does it hurt, Ella? 'Q if ii A hiya:-. Z . , ,.'wi.gii,-,ii1. W if K , ,Q ,F - yi W - - gi if ww . - favfifwizs . l A P7 Ag, Q W ik J -5... ax ,E is , We .swf-wa-1 4 Y' . . i. l A 5, . ., R 5 5- 3 5 I i N. . i 1 'vi " A 1,- 1 'Q' i Q WV ' xf nys. fin K B! 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MINN. 3 5 Compliments 2 and Best 3 2 Wishes 2 9 9 9 9 9 l9ll0 9 9 Class ol 3 9 9 9 5 Farmers Sz Merchants 2 202202 202201 . 502202 202 State Bank of Stillwater ,f7220'2020220220'2 202020202020 '02 2-02202202 202202 465 202202 202202202 20202022020 9202202202 9 9 2-020 2020 2022022-020201 510: 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Phone 57 Modern Rug Cleaning Dry Cleaning Dyeing Shoe Repairing The largest cleaning establishment in the St. Croix Valley Cur trucks cover a radius of twenty miles Stillwater laundru, Inc. foray 9. 9 99 99 99 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 2153 Ro 1 30 tg' TN XEMSAQ adn xm,x ,f'lx 5 llxX :yor Diamoncls - Silverware WATCI-IMAKEP and lElllElLl2 REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST WE FILL ANY DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION Phone 224 ilEl'dflt'SI?K 2022022022022-7020220220200 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 2000202202 020200202202 020220202020 2022-020 202 02-02 2022020020262 2020 205202202 202622022022022-02202 M '-710140101 H1010 9 9 Congratulations Class of May success he yours on your journey through life, and remember sential to success is thrift. CS- Funds invested with us d for safety are insure up to 35000.00 Current rate of dividend 320. ltlashinoton Eederal Savinos and loan Association of Stillwater THE GRAND CAFE ROAST DINNERS BROOK TROUT and PIKE SIZZLING STEAKS LOBSTER TAIL Sandwiches and Salad Home-Made Pies Congratulations to the class of I 040759405493-040"105C0'5'-05'0007f7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 '0100 101201101001 02011011-01101 401101 20100 '01'-01 5, 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 22 201101401 0000000 0 1-01 201101401 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Q01f-0120110 1010 '01'0104g 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 1010 '01Q010 101'-0'1'01f01'011-701 101101 40100201 10101101 2010 V 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 03 101101 0001010010100 1010 02011014-71010 'S1'0100f01101'01 9 Compliments to the class of '40 Goooin Candu Co. COMPLETE EOOD SEIZVICE ALL UNDER ONE ROOF MEATS-FRUITS VEGETABLES and GROCERIES I-I O O L E Y'S South llill Ilieat lliarket Telephone 211 001010201000 9 9 P01101 101'-0 1000 101201 0000 90, 0000002010 9 9 5 9 5 6 5 A 9 5 6 5 5 9 5 9 5 6 6 61200 '-0N0'110N0'120" Q0WC95'9+!05l?C0"'l0N0'N974l01C05'?l05C07'0"i L01 Congratulations and Best TfWshes to each and every member of S. LI. S. Class of T940 and visions be realized THE TIRST NATIONAL ITUSS BAKLQY Best Wishes to the class of T940 "Order GOLDEN CRUST Bread from your Grocery" Bayport, Minn. Tel. 631 00N0-f0wQ4-022-7G-0N0i101C04f0N0fC-011?l-0v v0-Q is 4079? A 5 5 9 5 5 N S 5 6 5 A A 5 S 5 9 5 9 A 9 5 5 A A 9 9 5 3 BANK OT STITTWATTTZ Minnesota 3 5 Hearttest E Compliments Q to the E SENIOR 5 CLASS E OF 5 A '40 A 5 3 H. W. HANSON 3 Men's Clothier Vw-A 5 9 5 9 N 5 5 9 5 S 9 9 5 S Q A 02061 6 0401901 '01 201101101 0201401 009010 "1s01H01201s-0'1'-0'101f0110'1101401'01101 9 Monson Hleot Co Specializing in- Ouolitu Hleots Home-mode Sousooe Fresh Dressed Doultru Telephone 2 FREE DELIVERY Q0110W101f010110110110W20140140110'1G01101 C'on1pI1'ments of fo n e s Funeral Home 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 :off-ouaeowanosfb 00006201 101 A011010 010140 0000 yhfovos 9 9 WW s s 9 s 9 s s s 9 s s s s s s s 9 0201 '01L01 101101201 1 '01 fi 9 s 2 2 E s 9 000 00 ?1'01101s0110"'0'01'01401'0f01'0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 90, INTER-STATE L u In b e 1' Co. Building Material and Fuel Yards in Washington County: lake Elmo Motromedi lllithrow Lluoo Afton Forest Lake To the 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 02010 000 gs, 99 Y-7'-01442 ' Q no n sr 2-4" cu 4 cu no co sp 10-wow-A .mem Class of 1940 Hearty Congratulations John sl. Kiltu Co S Q M02'-71022-QY02'-01' 620202 7'-02102 '-02v0"Af 022202 '02 9'K6'5l94Z'2 KOLLINEIZ EMS? COIN '-02'-02H02'-0'2l0'2f0210210'202f0220210'2C0210'2 We are with you ZOO percent Kollinefs Cmgmmbmms to the class of I 9 4 0 5110 DANY 0aL0'402'0W'-02102Z'2h02'02G0W4-0'2f02Q0202f02'0W10'210210210 '0' '0 '0l02f02!02L6 '0l20'N02'-02H0f'-0I10262s011-0'P20N0210"1f0'-ff02f0'161 IZ ea -y 5 5 5 - : . .-.-1':':?:TtT1 x 6'N0'N?f0N0K0f01'-02Q04'-0'fQL010N? Q 5 5 3 Buy At I 5 3 KRUEGER S o Q MEAT MARKET I CLEANEST AND COOLEST MARKET IN TOWN so 3 ' ' 5 3 ,1, l. Azzinuzkiniu 44'iA l g e 1 ,23 3 "" Nj 3 3 eweo,eese eeei Z . , 2 I is 5 -. ,,.,555gg5E1E2E1S:1:-11: -:.... - 4 -:.:- ' .. .,.,,,.,A:,:4:: I 1111Z:Zzzzdilmigzgtgigm iziz zztz S is ::.:.:.:,:,:,:1 ,15:1.g-.wow"'--- 3 We carry only the choicest 2 of meats 2 Telephones 561 - 562 D lkuowconowmeaeamowafoaeaawealmeonaeo-0? 174001012-0"vs0120110140'1 S o 2 K 5 3 The BGIDCU 5 Q Loon MARKET 3 3 congratulates S 3 the class of 5 3 1940 g ll We can solve your parents' 3 food problems as well as they 5 have your school problems. Q 6 E Exclusive Home of Frozen Foods 006161171-0'4'02 61 WWWV0'-v 5' 5 Louis Ianda Co. For almost 25 years We have enjoyed serving the people of this community with the best in Women Cs, Misses and Childrens Apparel SILK, RAYON AND COTTON DRESS GOODS SHOES AND MEN'S WEAR HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Our store specializes in merchandise at moderate prices . with quality and style appeal 40Uf0v40N-02'-022-0N9'-02'0210WC0'-C0f47f-0X-04 202205101 5 5 5 6 5 5 9 E S Q 05'-01 0 5010000 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2010110101 00110161 M0101 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2-0'-0401 P01061 201 10161 0151 Q0"1'01Q01'0'1'0'1 for your BEAUTY NEEDS call. . . Luoi11e's Shop Phone 18 MOWER BLOCK 208 East Chestnut Street Studebaker Champion Studebaker sweeps annual Gilmore-Yosemite Economy Run Priced on level wlth the other three lowest prlce cars LOTT IHOTOIZ CO. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 8104012010110101101W1'01f0101f01101L0'1QJ'01L01101'0L0'1'0Hf0'1f01101Q0'1C01S '0'1f-012-01 '01101L0'1 '0'161C0'16101L01f7l01C-?'0 10161 - 11-0'1W'1l101f-01'-0'1'-0'1'-0119 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1-0140 10102?"f01f0"'-01'0'1 91f01f01f0'1'0'1'0'1'01'-01G?Q01l761f0'1'-0"0'1'-01'-01f01 0615-0'1'0f01'-01'0'16110' . Greetings to the O Clos? Awlzmcn lll. LINNLQ DEPENDABLE FUEL BUILDING CONTRACTOR 'l'l :,' cv nr : Q. 5 : Q. II! 11? Q Ll 5 n-1 If '21 5 Q. :E : .Q Q sfs -5 cv 2. cn 'Tn- H: 51:0 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Phone 276 207 N. Main st. Compliments Qf M. W. McCarthu Co. Frigidaire Air Conditioning A N D Commercial - Domestic Equipment i:Q:i.'--' - 25.3 .,l,.9.! ..Q!5.l,R...E 2 Ml EVERY COOLING NEED 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 02f0'f'0N7209 1-05 109050 N 5 9 5 9 5 6 5 5 5 G02-QZIWNQS Northern States Doruer Comrranu Q, YKUYFQT -'-01C-0201 fdtwiry O XQFIOIEIEERS PUBLIC ee seretrrce 04 v-IQ Q X, Better Light Better Sight 10101 23 eeeeee eeee t E BEST 3 WISHES 5 class of '40 Linner Electric Co Electrical Specialists 233 South Main We 5 6 '0"0N0'Y-0'fWK-01 5 S N 5 5 2, 6 9 9 6 E 5 9 6 2 5 S 200'-0204 016'101l7 20f!05 "14?401r-00202405 9 5 9 5 5 9 5 5 6 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 S 5 E 6 5 5 5 5 9 51 Dells Extra , T ea and Coffee MINNESOTA MEIZCANTILE COMPANY 5 Stillwater, Minnesota 5 S S 9 S S 9 9 5 5 TE PERA RE T0 000 EARNEST DES AN POSSE 5 9 9 5 5 9 WITH YOU !4.A'-'lA U -A' fine Pnmrlnc PLHTES ir 201'-7105201 1HlNHOJ N 1V OUUVJA H001 1d SNV 5 9 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 5 S 101 M27 -J 001201 '01170 201201201 0140161 Dhillins 66 Controlled Volatility QUICK EXPERT SERVICE In Greasing and Washing MADDLN OIL CO. Compliments to the UGS? I940 oLsoN's Department Store 905 S Main st Tel 663 9 Q '01'0'1101 -'J'-QMQQ-761 1011010 2-01'-01274-0201 '01 20161201 90'-01 gs 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 92 Q: . f01f7C01h7G0K01 '01 f0161'?'01 W16'1h7614016'161 Compliments from Maple Island Farm Dairy R. M Hadrath 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 .48 '01L-7001401 G-ON010 016161 Y' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 .ma 9 9 o B E D S o N 3 9 D R U G C o. 3 StillWater's Most Popular Lunch Spot U Lunch ' Soda Booth Service 9 PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately Filled Telephone 105 g hd 9 n c F- 'vvxv DAY" l A'-i-,Y ...--111i , , , , T T x U11 We .uf ,wf ww 'XV Xu' X P 'E Cffg L I - ' 'll fl, Hu H e 9 QQ 'iv Q1 2 KU - 5: gi-E. ll' S TT GENERAL frw CULTU R E T EST MATCH l3g1NSRE!sTLES WITH L "' ... 1NvlTA'ruoN TO THE g omce. f .. CARE Less. T .... C HATTER BOX . NI ...LITTLE MAN WHO wAsN'1 THERE. ...TIME ON MY HANDS. ...OVER THE BANNISTER ...AN APPLE FOR THE TEACHER. ...DOUBLE TROUBLE. YS 6 'N 9965 Q :sw 5 X lhl X . Ur , N X K AR .1-.TEE y X gf-VlElQ?f 'T-"Ti , .L4 P11-X School Sept. 4- Did nearly miss bus which would indeed start the first first day of school in fine fashion. Arrived home at noon to stay, for classes were only half as long as they'll be tomorrow. Sept. 26-28- Did enjoy assembly programs initiating sophomores in the order of Thespis. Methinks a tango of knocking knees played at both sittings. Sept. 29- On this evening to Athletic field where Ponies did conquer Saint Paul Marshall in first home game. Homer did drive me the long way home. Oct. 19- To assembly where talented amateurs and otherwise performed. Impressed to see Leo and Jean warble at one another. Did pretend they were Homer and me. Oct. 27- To gridiron with Homer to see Ponies defeat the Packers. Then did dance at Hi-Y Homecoming affair. Nov. 2-3- On these two days M. E. A. did meet with faculty in perfect attendance, while we students did amuse our- selves with Autumn pleasantries. Nov. 8- J fl BACB TO SCI-K With fine ceremonies was observed American Education Week, climaxed this night by program honoring Mr. Ryhn for more than five decades of service in our school system. Nov. 10- Did celebrate Armistice Day with solemn program, a day sooner. Sophomores did hold swingy party on this eve. Nov. 14- To Senior party with Homer-where we took pleasure in dancing until he designed to be quarrelsome about my harmless flirtations. Did take the short way home. Nov. 23- To school with heart still sad Home and back again Z I for senior play. Did laugh much at antics of my class- E Q t ' . mates in "A Full House" until I did perceive Homer 2 j i I with that "red head! Q-Q9 , Abed t1l noon Doesnt seem like Thanksglvmg no snow . . no Homer. VV x X NU' nl? Q .- 6 E jfs H ' . X 4 1 'L : 1 Nov. 30- . I , . , . . . 0 A- XJ 9' ' ' ' QR -H1 - fir? l I i 5 E . . u s,. I A ' .x 2 - T -Lf YL! 11 rsqyrrfffrllllfllfwm K Calendar Dec. 8- Did see by paper that Rowland, Lee and Hildebrandt earned first string berths on All-Suburban football team. -SMH: Homer did present himself at Junior all-class dance with Alone to see "Oh, Doctor," operetta in which Peggy and Gloria did sing 'most gsggzziyg that "red head." Dec. 15-16- beautifully. Dec. 22- To school to applaud Christmas program given by the choir, orchestra and Thes- pians. Did bid all teachers a tearful good-by with a smile on my face. Jan. 8- Very early up and back to school, determined to end my sorrows in much needed class work. Jan. 19- Did see Ponies defeated before hopping about with a-step-on-the-instep sophomore at Sadie Hawkin's dance. Feb. 8-9- This night did sympathize with Ramona at annual Shakespeare's Dream. Homer did come with that "red head." Wonder if he too.k her the long way home? Feb. 22- Choir did sing, band and orchestra did play at Spring Concert. April 5- To hall of learning in strange attire to see fellow Boy-9' seniors in Crazy Day costumes. Did wonder if we'd ever grow up. April 25- On this night Junior class play did earn enough do-re-me to supply us with a great prom. April 29- Did discover that "red head" is Homer's cousin! May 14- To Activity banquet where many were given honors and many more did justice to the food. May 26- To Baccalaureate service where ceremony did make deep impressions on all. Reminded us that nearly four of the best years of our life are "Gone With The Wind." May 31- 'Tis graduation day and I feel a wee bit frightened. I wonder what the future Will bring? F- 5 s ca G? Q as Rmvx-XS Pnuuqgf 3 2- EYES J 'EYES ELIT.. Q ff Hmm N- VES NONE 3 -nsiis ' 'UR Ffa DIMDLES Q., ,igrri ,29- Sfs "' ff' J rx X vi ' 'X ' af ez ,a gr Lesiiufs gag IP.v's " .1 ' - . A "' TEETH Q 'QQ J X-x.z JEAN3 BD.oNsoN S. J-'lm R N .XXYXXX pgysll Q ' 'si::Lr"f' ,ew Poll of Student Opinion Most Athletic- Class Baby- Biggest Bluff- Best Dancer- Biggest Flirt- Happiest- Most Active- Lady and Gentleman of leisure- Most Popular Biggest Pull- Wittiest- Biggest Case- Girl Ellis Payette Lora Mae Harsh Joan Bird Erna Madsen Ella Barnholdt Joan Bird Betty Jeanne Clements Ella Barnholdt Betty Jeanne Clements Jean LaVine Anne MacDonald Betty Jeanne Clements Boy Richard Lee Ralph Zabel Bradley Castle Charles Christianson Richard Lee Charles Christianson Joseph Kreimer Bradley Castle Patrick Nolan Richard Lee Patrick Nolan Charles Christiansen Q3 402402 1-02'-7 102 '-0220'2'0'2 M7200 '02'-0202102 '-024-02 202202 99 6 5 6 9 5 5 6 5 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 9 6 9 S Y-02'-02' 6262 '-02202 9 20202 2 5 5 5 S 5 271021-02'02f0'210'2202'02202'02i02 .05 Radiant Health and Beauty . . can be yours Yes, if you drink four glasses of Oak Glenn milk daily, you can h a V e r a di a n t health 8z beauty! HIILK CIREAIH BUTTER Get the Oak Glenn Habit, keep it and your figure, complex- ion, and vitality will become your greatest charms. 16634, OAK GLENN DAIRY 1663-14 5262271702 6197192 2017202202102 Personal Greetinqs To all the Class Qf Fam! from one Qf Ike dass QfF0mffee11 Charley H. Pefeffyon PETERSON MOTORS Nash 114 W. Churchill Packard C0802 51204202 9 5 S S ,S Sk 9 5 5 9 6 6 010510 Stillwa ter's Super Market A Complete lood market ALL UNDER ONE ROOF Public Provision C0 lil P A N Y C0fC0110'WC0'N0N?f7l0N0N0N0R0'N0'N01 To the class of our best wishes THE PRINCE- JDY AGENCY ROY F. CURLEY General Insurance 9 O 5 5 5 5 5 S O O 5 S5 9 5 5 5 S G '01 652-0v0G0'w0i 9 5 5 S P 9 9 5 9 S S S 9 O 5 E Best Wish es from lee's Lconomu Bokeru Compliments of Stillwater Book Store 5 e S S e e o S P e S S o o S e 3 f0'f6'f'0W 61 '0'-201401 Q0- gee 55 S O 5 5 S P P 5 P0 101 2021010016220Wb01f-01f01'0P0'M0W'0'1f01'0'21-0'210'210'1'-02W262L0'w?65 20110l0110f02201G01r0120f17102102201f-02 Congratulations to the T 9 A 0 close Senior Class pictures done by DelUXT PHOTO STUDIO For better pictures have yours made at the DeLuXe Studio in the Mower Bldg. ll.l1l. PETERSON Photogjmpher S 9 5 5 S 9 S O Q 'Q0264201 N02 S O S 3 5 O 5 5 S 5 5 S 5 5 O C00 5 5 ' 5 - 5 5 5 We Wlsh fo 5 5 Club House Q 5 Congratulate the 5 5 5 Q Q F cz n c y C' Q n n e d 5 5 5 5 5 . . 5 5 5 5 C-,GSS of 5 5 FRUITS and 5 3 3 VEGETABLES 3 5 ' 1, 11 2 2 d ' ht m a . , 5 Excess? ande hap- 9 6 Cost no more! . . . so Q piness in the years 3 Why not buy the best? Q ahead . . . 5 5 5 5 , 55 5 5 ROBERTSON 3 I2YDLNXl Il0l0UlSl 3 QGRQCERY 5 enocnns 5 5 5 5 5 . . 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 III EEEHFFIFIFI 3 . 5 gina , gm ' ' . 3 l-ss Enroll for our Dmctlcal Educatlon 3 5 5 5 Our trai i g will add t y ff' ' y p estige and opportunities fo the b tt 5 Q business p 'ti . St dy d y g hool under ideal condition nd expe t 5 5 business teach s. I d d 1 p g B st of equipment. Actual practice Q elementary and advanc d t g retarial training, shorthand, typ writing - l' ' l W, salesmanship, b ganization, penmanship, office machine ' l -- 3 ser ' . Free employment se ce., St t now. Open all y 2 Visit our new buildingg central locationg no solicitors mployedg bulleting 40th year. K. 2 63 East Fifth J Sai t P ul, . Street Minnesota Q near Cedar 1 Cedar 5333 5 5 Q PRACTICAL BUSINESS SCHUCIL Q 5 Accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 000 10100 101101101 As Buick anol Chevrolet are leaders in their Eeld So we look forward to leadership from the class of .Z Stillwater Motor Co. sTll.l.wATER INSURANCE AGENCY GORDON C. UIELSHONS, SHS OII Complete Insurance Service 307 East Myrtle Street Stillwater, Minnesota 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 0555 5 01010 ga 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1011-01 0 1-011-0110 01010101 1010 50. 5 1011010101010 1011-01101011011011011-01101011-01 101101101 10110101 Q 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55010101 1010101101 01 101101101 0010110100000 901011-01101101'0'1 5 5 5 5 5 The Best of Good Luck and Good Wishes to the UGS? I940 slvlliliiiiiifiogiqont "Just What The Name Says" Stillwater, Minnesota 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 510 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 face'-owfmeaaeoaeaweoafoaeob 11010 101101 .. .N-.-.-,,. . .C .Gt 35.2, ., .Hg :f:7'-:-:-:-:-r'F:-20223: 5 S 3 3 3 2 Our congratulations 3 Complefion r - rre'f if Au" '. . C x :, I 'A"""""'A"'A'A C S r R of YOU' 2 3 i.:,g e 5 .A R High 5 .::'. Q-rzqv 'E School Q 2 Course R 3 5 W r ,, eree R. 5 Q :err ' FURNITURE Xr CARRET c o M P A N Y 3 ' 5 E , 2 3 Complzmenls Qf 5 3 3 1 x n 1 3 5 B A B Y F r R s T 5 9 . 5 Perfectfy Pasteurzzsea' Q . . 3 Mrlk Cream Butter Supreme Ice Cream 3 2 BrREr.EY's NON-CARBONATED DRINKS 5 C 3 Stillwater, Minnesota 3 3 3 F R I E N D S of 5 the class of 1940 5 5 6 5 Paul J. Arndt Meyer Bernstein E. P. Bruce Carlson's Grocery 6 Ernie's Barber Shop J. W. Haines, M. D. Bill Hart W. R. Humphrey, M. D. 3 Ideal Barber Shop Roy F. Johnson William T. Johnson R. J. Josewski, M. D. D. Kalinoff, M. D. 5 A. W. Kleinschnitz Albert Lehmicke Milton P. Lindbloom Loretta and Myrtle Beauty Shop Lowell Inn Beauty Shop Lyle's Grocery 5 Mabel's House of Beauty - A. W. Magnuson Thomas Maher Mrs. Grace McAlpine F. M. McCarten, M. D. M. C. McMillan R. B. McPhetres Karl G. Neumeier Reed Cut Rate Drug Store E. R. Samson, M. D. Ed Simonet Shannon's Beauty Shop Stillwater Bakery E. V. Strand, M. D. J. W. Stuhr, M. D. Sue and Ethel Cafe Goodrich M. Sullivan Ed Thelen Reuben Thoreen L. E. Torinus, Jr. L. F. Utecht Veronica's Beauty Shop Contractor C S WIISOH .5 C050 C0102 0'01'01 2-0WQ0'1 Q-02512012-Qf0240vf0w0' 1401101-02 I-02-0129 -E .5 E O Z 93 I5 5 5.0. 04619012-01 I SCHAIIEVS I I 5 Grocers Since 1885 5 5 STILLWATER, MINN. 3 5 QUESTIONS . . 2 6 ls there any food value i b ttl f Name the only Vice-President h l 1 at- 5 Q tended Cabinet Meetings. . What co try has more wo th in Q med! l hool? How wer th Phillipin Il d d 5 Which th l ited St t P ld t dl d on 5 Jul 4th 5 Na ih 1 St t l th U i h lson i d t 5 no b d h 1 rn S How ld t dh l l l t k i the wo 5 Whiclh st till th L it d St t h th l est 3 I' 9 How d f b th 5 How dia Nathan Hale axe? 5 2 Knowledge is money . . 9 ' SCHAFFEIFS INC. will pay to any Stlllw t High 5 School Senior, Class of 1940, who answe th bove ' nle ' questions c tl Fl st pri 353 00 S ond 6 Q pri 52.00. 'rmrd 1 5100. 9 We paid si dll fo thi d d t Q to see what know. A t b 5 9 in WRITING, MAILED T0 SLHAFFERS 5 INC., on or before May 25, 1940. 5 I WANUIACIUNNG I Wishes the best Q of Iuck to the S 2 S SIIIIUIAIIQI2 TAXI f 5 3 Ambulance Service Q 2 A. RIVARD 5 I I 3 Dhone500-I 5 5 5 2 9 5 5 Any Time . . .Anywhere 3 Quick, Pleasing Service Q Q 5 9 Dassenuers Insured Q 5 N01 Q07 '0' ff' vn 'I gf Q ,T In IT' In 3 3 fffi' 2 s: O ET Q' Ub .3 E. 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ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT QC0'l0vQ0N0110P404l7'-02 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5, 5 , 3 PU R r T Y 5 5 5 5 Ice Cream and 5 5 5 Beverages . . . 3 5 3 Our' beverages are made 5 frorafr Stillwatefs finest 5 5 sprmg Water 3 3 A most pleasing drink 3 5 5 5 5 DURITY 5 5 lee Cream 3 5 3 XrBeveraue Comnanu 3 300000000 Besf Wisbey amz' Complimmfs from the Thomason Hardware Co 101'-0N02f0N01f0H01 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 !'f2h0'b W1 L00 ,J . 5 5 E PQME! :ic-olgainpn mnlx eiliflhi cle said S 5 5 2 5 5 F 3 3 Congratulations to the 3 3 Nineteen-Fortu Class 5 E 5 3 PIG V Ty 3 - THE CLEANER E The Best of Luck 5 E E ff67.Y.S' Q' Q A O 3 5 5 5 5 5 Q00 5 St. Croix Bus CO. Safe and Economical Transportation It Pays To Ride The Buses" 4-01'-01 017 f0W0K01'-0'N05f0 6 --QWW0' 5 Wwy 101101100-06f17 205401 I-IIEANIEST CONGRATULATIONS class of '40 AUDITCIRIUM 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 20127 61f0R0w0'1f-0K9 '-05 G-00'-05'-7 202C-0410110240 f' 11-OIWNQWNONQ 0-020V-0N0'Nf6'5 5 5 and MAJESTIC E T H E A T R E S Highlighting every year 5 with more than a full 5 share of top-notch at- ? tractions 5 LYMAN SUTTON E EASLEE 2 E. W. LINNER Qi-01'-0W'-0"'0A0"l0N-0110120"0120'f20'-l01101f01C01G7 'VPC0K0f'-01'-0'210'4'0""0N0'N0'4Q0'4'-7l71710'2546'v 5 5 5 2 Best 5 . 5 W 15665 5 2 from the 5 Triangle Art 5 and 5 Sign Stuclio I g0120K01'0M0'f6l'0'0 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E. 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Collinge Dr. R. J. 0'Brien Dr. T. M. Darrington Dr. G. A. Sheils Dr. P ul F t Dr. L. W. Taylor 090200000 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 902902 Z0000000000000000 9 S 9 5 Q 5 9 Q 5 Q 5 9 9 9 Q 5 S 2040 109 401 0 -.9400 H020 ' Q 00 00000 02201 0402' '05404 0220? S-02 Q Q 5 E 5 E 3 2 Q 201202102 lf J ' tt"IIllItIIlHIm ' Y-' Hmm dl , , , ,j- ti Met ff tmtele ee : vamp ,nt'tQle' gg- gtlti QW let., ff t ,.I2fTfttfff L't'l' t e ' t 'Z UL ttt f y 7, :T Qu, -I - ' ' 1 ' ' L5 ' Ute ? m - , 11 h M iiirhsljln H QHH Qwfpotf Wlim. Extencls Congratulations to the days Qf1Q40 Compliments of Stillwater Recreation BOWLING PARLOBS "Bowl for your health" Special reduced rates to high school classes O S tillwatezg Minnesota 50. 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Maple Island Farm Dairy Minnesota Northern Mercantile States Power M02 5 Bayport Herald 5 Beaudet Memorial Works S Becker Service Station 5 Berg Drug and Beauty Shop 73 Ben Franklin 73 Beth Bishop 106 Bluff City Lumber Co. 74 Bronson-Folsom Co. 73 Q Cable's Secretarial School 69 5 Carlson Brothers 75 Carlsen-Olsen Grocery 75 Connolly Shoe Co. 74 5 Consolidated Lumber Co. 76 5 Cosmopolitan State Bank 75 Q Tom Curtis 75 5 sam Elias 76 Erickson Furniture Co. 76 Farmers 8 Merchants Bank 81 Federal Savings 3 Loan Association 82 First National Bank 83 Peder Gaalaas 81 Oak Glenn Dairy 0lson's Department Store Oredson Drug Store Peterson DeLuxe Studio Peterson Motors Prince-Joy Agency Public Provision Co. Purity Ice Cream Co. Rassmussen School of Business The Rex Robertson Grocery Ryden 8 Holquist Sanitary Dairy Save-U-Money Schutman's Department Store Schatfer Grocery Shorty the Cleaner Slmonet Furniture Co. 401201202 1-016W01f0P'01 0 Goggln Candy Cn. Grand Cafe H. W. Hanson Hooley's South Hlll Market Hanson Meat Market Huss Bakery Inter-State Lumber Co. Louis .landa Co. Jones Funeral Home Kearney Grocery John J. Kilty Co. Kolliner's Kolliner Garment Co. Kruege-r's Meat Market Linner Electric Shop Il, W. Linner l.ee's Bakery St. Croix Bus Co. St. Croix Drug Co. Stenlund Grocery Stillwater Auditorium Co. Stillwater Book Store Stillwater Hardware Co. Stillwater Insurance Agency Stillwater Laundry, Inc. Stillwater Manufacturing Co. Stillwater Market Co. Stillwater Motor Co. Stillwater Recreation Stillwater Taxi Thompson Hardware Tobisch Florist Shop Triangle Art Studio Washington County Dental Society D320 87 87 90 90 88 95 90 90 96 95 96 96 103 97 105 97 97 99 98 102 101 104 99 104 101 105 104 96 103 98 81 101 102 98 106 101 103 102 104 10a 106 Zolldan Grocery Buu Wiselu . . . 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