Stillwater High School - Kabekonian Yearbook (Stillwater, MN)

 - Class of 1942

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We Enter this 'fschool days" edition of the Kabekonian, in which we have tried to give an accurate review of our high school life for the past year. 1 1942 KAB Editor Business Manager Adviggr Evelyn Carlson Natalie Jackson Beth Bishop 2 .pl , E l EKG I 3 Here We Work And Play edited by the seniors of Stillwater High School Stillwater, Minnesota Une moment please . . . In the modern World of speed, We students are prone to forget the consideration and respect due our most important helmsmen, our par- ents. When one is a senior in high school, one looks at the outside World with a superior and conquering eye. We become so engrossed in paving a Way to the mirage of instant success, that the inclination to disregard the sincere advice of our mothers and fathers tends to be easier than before. Ever since we started school, our parents have offered guidance, helpfully and at the right times. Sometimes, perhaps, We haven't rec- ognized this Wise counseling, because it has been con- cealed by the mask of our own decisions. So, in order to reveal to our mothers and fathers the fact that We haven't completely forgotten them, We, the class of 1942, dedicate to them our Kabekonian. 4 111: Bliltou Kuhhnan Principal of Senior High School Dir. Guy D. Smith Superintendent of Schools llr. Glaydon Robbins Principal of Junior High School- Administrators pause in their Work to look at the camera . . . BOARD OF EDUCATION-Nfr. J. A. Sclmflegg, Nfr. J. E. SlfLllghf0l', Nlrs. Lois Tolen, Nfl: H. V. liUlbPl'fSOY1, lfr. YY. J, NIQHIIIOII. Taught tbl the time First Row: M'R. IYILLIAM BASTIEN. Director of Band iillfw Orchestra. MISS MARGARET CARLSON, Secretary ol' Senior High School Office for first semester. MISS DOROTILY HAGEN, Secretary of Senior High School Office for first sem- ester: Secretary of Junior High School Office, second semester. MR. PHILIP BELFIORI, Director of Boys' Physical Educa- tion: Football and Track Coachg Adviser of "S" Club and J. H. S. Boys' Athletic Association. Second Row: MISS BETH BISHOP, Algebrag Journalismg Ad- viser of Kab, Arrow, and News Wlriting Clubg Director of Guidance. MISS MARTHA BLACKMORE, Special Opportu- nity Room. Third Row: MR. MARCUS BRUIIN, World History, U. S. Historyg Junior Class and Interscholastic Debate Coach. MR. ADRIAN BURMEISTER, Industrial Training 1, Q. 3g Adviser of Industrial Arts Clubg Coach of Junior High Basketball. Fourth Row: MISS BERNICE CADY, Stenography 1, Qg Manager Bookstoreg Adviser of Senior Commercial Club. MR. DON CAFFERTY, Industrial Training 3, 45 Basketball Coachg Head of Industrial Training Departmentg Adviser of Wood- workers' Club. Fifth Row: MISS ANN COSTELLO, Math 73 Social Science 7g Coach of Seventh Grade Debate. MISS MARIAN FAIR- CHILD, Vocal Music Supervisorg Choirg Shakespeares' Dream Song Chorusg J. H. S Music Club Adviser. MISS HARRIET FOSTER, Junior Business Trainingg Science 7. 8g Adviser ol' Silver Triangle and of Grade Eight. MRS. ETHEI. GOWER. English 125 Adviser of Thespiansg Head of English Department. 1 l 053355 'HN 'fav 'FYR .fn ..-43h -df' wah? N' of the hickory stick Fimf lfozr: MISS ICIAIXIC Gli.XXQl'lS'l', .Xri I. 2. 251 Sovial Sviellcc S: Aclvisvr ol' .Xrl Club: fmufli of Iiigglllll Grzulu Dm-lmzllc. EIR. IIAHOLII II.XI'GI..'XNIJ. Wlmrlcl Ilisluryg .Iunior Ili-Y I.ezulerg Com-lx of Soplmmore IM-lmlv. MISS IIIICNH IIICDBERG. Iinglisll IO: .Mlvisvr of Snplmmnrv Iyfillllilllf' flulx mul '1lllSIlilliI. HIISS ANN ISAFSUN. Iinglisll I0 mul ll: S. II. S. Dean of Girls: Amlvisvr ol' Se-uior flaws, Girl lIc'sL-rw-s. -IIIIIIOI' Dramatic' Clulig Ilirem-lor of -IIIHIUI' Vluss Play. Sevoml ROIIY NIR. SIIERNIAN IVICRSON. Sm-izll Svicllm-v IQ: Commercial Law-Business .AKIIIIIIIISIITIIIUIIQ Advisor ul' F1ll'f'Ig!,'ll Affairs Clubg Assistant Foollmll C'0zu'll. MISS Ii.'XI.l'lI.X JAIVIICS. Sorial Sr-icfnre 8. 93 Amlvisvr ul' .Iuniur lliglx Arrow and Svrilvlxlers' Cllulmg Com-ll of Xinllu Grzulu IM-lmlv. Tllirrl How: DIR. GEORGE .I.-XNSIQN. Iiinl0,L5Ix'1 Ilvzul nl' Svi- vnr-0 Dvpalrlmenlg Arlviser of Biology Ululr. Suplmnxnrv flaws. SUPIIOIUUYB Hi-Y. SIR, PIIILII' KXIGIIT. Gvm-rul S4'Il'l!l'L' 93 LVIIPIHISIFXI Pliysicsg Aclviser ul' c'llt'lllISlI'j'. Pllysim-s. .Xirplum-. I'l1ol0graplly, Svuior Hi-Y flllllwl .Xssislzlnl I,lI'L't'IliI' ul' YISIIZII I':4lllf'ZlII01l. Fvzzrfll. Razr: MISS IQYICIIYN KIIIHSICI.. Ifllglisll 93 Ge-rwiull IAIIIQIIZIQQB 85 Amlviscfr ol' 3IilS1Illk'l'S1 Ilircvlur ul' .I. II. S. 'Ililli'IlI Slmw. INIISS LGIIISIQ KIIXIIIQ, .I. II. S. I,l'illl ul' Girleg Mzllli 7. S. Fifihy Rout' INIISS .IOSICPIIIXIC I.II'lS. Ilmm- I'll'Ull0lIlIl'S S. -Ig Ilezul of Home 1'1C0ll0lllIl'S I,t'IIill'lllll'IllQ flilllt'lt'l'Iil1 IVUSIIIIIICS for Sl1:mkesp0are's Dream. MISS YIRGINIX LINIDIIULM, Girls' I'llysic'zll I'l1lu0:1tion Dire:-lorg Amlvisn-r ul' S. II. S. :xml J. Il. S. Girls' Atlllelif- .-Xssoviuliollsi Sllilkk'SIll'ilI'l'.S I,I'l'ilIll Dzmr-0 l'lmrus I,lI'0l'IOI'. IVIISS I'lI.IZ.XI3lC'l'II IIYSNIC, limrlqlwvpillgg limi- IIOIIIIC fIt'0gI'2lIlIlj'Q Ailvisvr ul' SUIIIIOIIIUIT Il4lIllIlI1'l'l'I1ll flulmg Svlluol Bookkeeper. MISS K.X'I'lll'llIINl'f IXIXIIDICN, S1-lnml Nursvg IIl"ZNlIIlIIIilllC'l' I,Il'l'l'llll'. 9159! I MQ, W. W... K --....,-v-A' ln-iv div nb.. x 5 Does not appl in it ,A .3 , So Ho So First Rolf: INIISS VERONICA INICSIIANE, Plane and Solid Gcometryg Higher Algebrag Trigonometryg Head of hlath Dei, partmentg Adviser of Slide Rule Club and Junior Class. AIISS fs' VERNA INIELUIVI, Librariang Adviser of Senior Dramatich-7 Club and J. H. S. Library Guild. INIISS INIARY NOLAN, English 7. 8. MR. IVILLIAIXI OLSON, General Math. 95 Eng- lish 93 Junior Business Training. Second Row: MR. ROY PETERSON. Algebra: General Sci- ence 9: General lVIath. 93 Assistant J. H. S. Basketball Coachg Coach of S. H. HB" Teamg Adviser of Grade Nine. NIISS JOSEPHINE POZZINI. Literature 7, 8g English 75 Social Science 93 Adviser of Grade Seven. Tlzirrl Rozc: MR. LEO RORMAN. Social Science 12g U. S. Hisioryg Head of Social Science Departmentg Assistant Football Coach. MR. HAROLD SANDHOFF. Agriculture 1, Q. 3g Adviser ol' Future Farmers of America in S. H. S. and J. H. S.g General Science 9. Fourth Row: MISS BARBARA SJORDAL. Home Economics 7. 81 Adviser ol' J. H. S. I-Ioinemakers' Club, MRS. DALE THERRIEN'Cnc'c Faye folbyl, Public Speakingg English 11, Hg Director of Shakespeare's Dreamg Director of Senior Class Playg National Forensic League Adviser. Fifth Row: INIISS INIARGARET TOURTELLOT, Latin 1, Q3 French Q: Spanish lg Adviser ol' Foreign Language and Pen Pals Clubs. MR. WENDELL WILSON, Biology General Science 9g Adviser ol' Pliotograpliy Clubg Director of Visual Educationg Adviser ol' J. H. S. Science Club. INIISS KIARION PEULEN, Secretary of Junior High School Office for First Semesterg Sec- retary of Senior High School Office for Second Semester. MISS YIOLET WITT. Exploratory Typingg Office Traininpgg Adviser ol' Junior Comniercial Club. .AlIa.vr11f: MISS LOIS MXGNIISON. Secretary Senior High Office Sccond Scincstcr. ,, . gi. as..- ,X E i N. ix I ! t last we are graduating . . EDWARD ABRAMSON-Student Council-43 Pres. of Physics Club Secfy of Debate Club: Arrow Staff-4: First Football Squad--tg Tusitala Staff-4: National Honor Society-4, Clubs: "S," Sr. Hi-Y, Slide Rule. DUANE ACKERSON-Pres. of Home Room-2, 3: Vice-Pres. of Class-Q: First Football Squad-4: First Basketball Team-3. 4: Second Basketball Team-Q: Interclass Athletics-Q5 Jr. Academy of Science-3. 4: Clubs: "Sf Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Soph., Jr., and Sr. Hi-Y. SHIRLEY AKEY--Bookstore Committee-4: Vice-Pres. of Home Economics Club-33 Sr. Play: Clubs: GAA, Photography. HELEN NIARIE ANDERSON-Choir, 2, 3. 4: Shakespeare's Dream-3: Shakespeare's Dream StaH-43 Operetta-2: Clubs: Girl Reserves, hlusic, Dramatic, Biology. Math. LAVERNE ANDERSON-Vice-Pres. of FFA Club-4: Clubs: Biology, FFA. EDYTHE BARTLETT-Newspaper Staff- 3: Clubs: Biology. Dancing, Commercial, Photography. JAMES BECKER-Interc-lass Debate-2. 3: Clubs: Biology. NVoodworkers, Debate. JOSEPHINE BELISLE-Cheerleader-Q, 35 Clubs: Biologfy Com- mercial, Art. EUGENE BELL-Biology Club. JACK BELL-Pres. of Home Room-2, 43 Interclass Athletics-Q. 3: Jr. Play: Assembly Committee-4: Clubs: Thespian. Hi-Y. CHARLES BEN- SON-Srp Play: National Honor Society: Honor Roll: Jr. Council: Jr. Academy of Science-45 Shakespeare's Dream Staff--1-g Clubs: Thespian, Physics, Photography. INHLDRED BECTEL-Clubs: Commercial, Girl Reserves, Biology. MARION BROOKMAN-Clubs: Commercial, Biology, Photography EILEEN BRUNNER-Commercial Club. f EVELYN BUCKLEY-Student Council-43 Noon Hour Committee-45 Vice-Pres. of GAA Club: Clubs: Commercial. GAA, Pen Pals, Biology. EVELYN CARLSON-National Honor Society, Valedictorian: Quill and Scroll-43 Editor of Kab-4-5 Jr. Academy of Science-2, 45 Orchestra-Q, 3, 4, Clubs: Biology, Girl Reserves, Chemistry, Foreign Language. JOHN CHIAL-National Honor Society: School Electrician-3, 4: Jr. Academy of Science-2, 43 Shakespeare's Dream Staff--1-g Clubs: Sr. Hi-Y, Physics, Chemistry, Taxidermy. 9 a O -im' dr FW! Senior Hi-Y puts on Christmas pix 'L fit To Show . . . MARY CHICONIS-Clubs: GAA, Biology, Commercial, Dramatic, Photography. JAMES CLAREY--Intramural Athletics-3: Clubs: Taxi- dermy, Biology, Radio, Airplane. CONDELL CLARK-Clubs: Biology, Commercial, Radio, Physics. SHERMAN COHN--National Honor Society: Sec'y of Class-4: Inter- class Debate-3: Shakespeare's Dream-2: Shakespeare's Dream Staff-4: Jr. Academy of Science-4-5 Sec'y of Radio Club-4-g Kab Staff-4: Clubs: Bi- ology, Physics, Chemistry, Sr. Hi-Y, Photography, Radio. BETTY JANE COOK-Clubs: Biology, Chemistry, Math, Foreign Language, Home Economics. GEORGE CRIMMINS-Clubs: Biology, Commercial, Sr. Dramatic, Photography, Art, Aviation. JOHN DE CURTINS-Track-3: Clubs: Biology, Jr. Hi-Y, Commercial, VVoodworkers, Radio. MAYNARD DILLEY-Clubs: Biology, Commercial. JON DIX-Student Council-3: Interclass Debate-4: Declamatory Con- test--1-: Band-Q, 3, 4: One-Act Play Contest-Q: Senior Play: Shakespe:-ire's Dream-Q3 Interscholastic Debate-3, 4: Hall and Building Committee-3, 4: Kab Staff-4: Arrow Staff-4: Thespian: Jr. Academy of Science-2, 3, 4: Clubs: Jr. and Sr. Hi-Y. RUTH ANN DOYLE-National Honor So- ciety: Pres. of Home Room-4: Pres. of Girl Reserves-4: Sec'y of Foreign Language Club-3, 4: Kab Stah'-4: Arrow Staff-Q: Shakespeare's Dream-2: Sliakespeare's Dream Staff-3: Band-3. 43 Orchestra-3, 4-: Clubs: Biology, Commercial, News Writing. DON DUNLOP-Clubs: Foreign Language, Chemistry. MILTON EASTWOOD--Kab Staff-3, 4: Arrow Staff-3, 4: One-Act Play Contest-Q: Thespians: Shakespeare's Dream-3, 4: Photographer for Kab and Arrow-3, 4-. BARBARA ANN EICHTEN-National Honor Society Honor Roll: Pres. of Home Room-23 Sr. Play Stall, Kab Staff-4: Jr. Academy of Science-Q, 3. 4: Clubs: Biology, Math, Commercial, Physics, Photography, GAA. HERBERT ELNESS-School Artist-4: Treasurer of Art Club-4: Shakespeare's Dream Staff-Q, 3, 4-3 Arrow Stat?-4: Tusitala Staff-3, 4: Art Editor of Tusitala-4: Clubs: Art, Sopli. and Jr. Hi-Y, Biology. JEAN EMANUELSON--National Honor Society: Pres. of Thespian Club: Homecoming Committee-2, 4: Choir-2, 3, 43 One-Act Play Con- test-Qg Jr. Play: Shakespeare's Dream-2, 3, 4: Kab Staff-43 Arrow Staff-2, 3, 4: Operetta-2: Clubs: News Writing, Foreign Language, Girl Reserves. ROY ERHORN-Hall and Building Committee-4: School President-4: First Basketball Team-2, 3, 4: Baseball Team-3, Clubs: Biology, Physics, "S," Hi-Y, Chemistry. HAZEL ERLITZ--Choir-2, 3: Clubs: Biology, Open Forum, GAA, Photography. 10 l Homecoming Dance O O 0 9 -Sweethearts Banquet PAIRICIA BRTI.-l'I-Clioir-2. 3. 4: Clubs: Foreign Language, Girl Re- serves, Music. Biology. DAVID FARMER-Student Council-2: Chairman of Scenery Committee-4: Scenery Committee-2, 3. 4: Vice-Pres. of Sr. Hi-Y: First Football Squad-3. 43 First Basketball Team-Q. 3, -1-g Track Team-4: Baseball Team-3: Clubs: Chemistry. Physics, "Sf Jr. and Sr. Hi-Y. DONALD FAZHNDIN-Student Council-3: Football Ticket Sales Committee-3: Pres. of Photography Club-4: Clubs: Biology, Photography, Radio, Pen Pals. RUBBMARY FEHLOYV-Bookstore Committee-4: Clubs: Commercial, Biology, Photography. ELEANOR FELLOYYS-National Honor Society: Thespian: Jr. Academy of Science-4: Bookstore Committee-4: Choir-3: Vice- Pres. of Library Club-4: One-Act Play Contest-3: Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Kab Staff-4: Clubs: Commercial. Library. Dramaties. BETTY FISCHEB- Clubs: Home Economics. Biology, Commercial, Correspondence, GAA. fir V f in f - , W , ' is ff" ,ff Q: IP' IIBRRILL FLOJVERS-Prom Committee-3: Band-Q. 3. 4: Kab Staff-4: Clubs: Biology. YYoodworkers. Photography. INIARGARBT GAST-Stu- dent Council-4: Finance Committee-4: Library Staff-4: Clubs: GAA, Biology, Commercial. Girl Reserves, Library. DOROTHY GATZKB-Clubs: Commercial. Photography, Biology. GEORGE GILBERT-Second Basketball Team-3: Interclass Athletics- Q: Clubs: Soph. Hi-Y, Biology. Commercial. HARLEY GLASBRENNER -Vice-Pres. of Home Room-4: Treasurer of Pen Pals Club-4: Choir--1-g Interclass Athletics-Q, 3, 4: Shakespeare's Dream-4: Shakespearf-:'s Dream Staff-3, 4: Student Blanager of Baseball Team-Q: Clubs: Biology, Pen Pals. MISS ANN ISACSON, Adviser. PAT GLENN-Pres. of Home Room-Q: One-Act Play Contest-3: Shake- speare's Dream-2, 3: Clubs: Biology, Math. Chemistry, GAA. Commercial, Home Economics, Girl Reserves. JACK GLENNUN-Second Football Squad-2, Interclass Athletics-Q, Clubs: Radio, Biology, Taxidermy. 11, 1 Senior Crazy Da was held April ESTHER GOBTSCHEL-Seciy-Treas. of Home Economics Club-45 Li- brary Staff-4: Clubs: GAA, Biology, Library, Home Economics, Pen Pals. MARY LOU GRANT--Kab Staff-45 Shakespeare's Dream Staff-4: Arrow Staff-33 Jr. Play Staff, Band-43 Orchestra-2, 3, 45 Clubs: Biology, Chemistry. Foreign Language, Pen Pals. LTARY ANN HAAK-Com- mercial Club. JOSEPH HALL-Pres. of Home Room-45 Choir-3, 43 Second Basketball Team-Q3 Golf Team-2: Interclass Athletics-2: Shakespearels Dream-3, 4g Pres. of Pen Pals Club-43 Clubs: Biology, Pen Pals. FRANCIS HARr VIEUX-Clubs: lVoodworkers, Biology. ROBERT HAYNER-Choir 2. 3, 4, Interclass Debate-2: Arrow Staff-2: Clubs: Soph., Jr., and Sr Hi-Y, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Photography, Sr. Dramatic, Music, Airplane. MARION HEDSTROBT-Library Staff-3: Vice-Pres. of Home Room-29 Sr. Play Staff: Clubs: Biology, Girl Reserves, Home Economics, Photog- raphy, YYILLIABI HEIFORT-Band-2, 3. 4, Orchestra-Q, 3, 4-g First Football Squad-3, 4: Interclass Athletics-3. 45 One-Act Play Contest-33 Sliakespeares Dream-3: Arrow Staff-4: Clubs: Blusic, Biology, Soph., Jr., and Sr. Ili-Y, HS." DOROTHY HOOLEY-Arrow Staff-4: Jr. Play Staiig Clubs: Biology, Girl Reserves, Foreign Language. Chemistry. YIVIAN HORST-Jr. Play Staff: Pres. of Home Room-45 Interclass Debate-2: Clubs: Math, GAA, Girl Reserves, Photography, Foreign Language. Biology. NATALIE JAC KSON-Student Council-Q, 4g Finance Committee-3: Pres. of Class-3: National Honor Society, Honor Rollg D.A,R. Award: Quill and Scroll-4: Sec'y of Class-Q: Sr. Council: Shake- speare's Dream-2, 3: Business Manager of Kab-4: Chairman of Football Ticket Sale-3, 4 Arrow Staff-35 Chairman of Welfare Committee-4. their last year . . . retary-Treasurerg Bob Krueger. 12 Senior officers discuss plans for Standing: Bob Selbg lilavis Smartg George Rydeen Vice President Seated: Bob Thueson, President: Natalie Jackson Sherman Cohn Sec Gay Nineties Pageant presented in assembl . . . RONALD JENSEN-Clubs: Biology, Physics, Soph. Hi-Y. Chemistry. ALAN JOHNSON-Thespian: Secfy of Taxidermy Club: Sr. Play: Clubs: Biology. Taxidermy, Chemistry. BARBARA JOHNSON-Assembly Com- mittee-Q: Sec-'y of Commercial Club-Q: Clubs: Biology, Girl Reserves, Commercial. LORNE JOHNSON-Choir-2, 3: See'y of Jr. Hi-Y Club: See'-y of Math Club: Second Basketball Team-Q: Shakespeare's Dream-Q: Clubs: Biology, Chemistry. Physics. Soph., Jr., and Sr. Hi-Y, Math. Conservation, Photography. Slide Rule, Test Tube. NANA KILPATRICK-Student Council-Q: Yell Committee-Q. 3: Hall and Building Committee-4: Foot- ball Committee-3: Choir-2, 3: One-Act Play Contest-2: Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Shakespeart-'s Dream-3: Shakespc-are's Dream StaH'-Q, 4: Arrow Staff-Q, 3. 4: Clubs: Thespian, Foreign Language. ROBERT KOLLANDBR- Treasurer ol' Home Room-4: Clubs: Biology, Airplane. ELBANORB KORTH-Kab Staff-4: Clubs: Music, Chemistry, Corre- spondence. LORRAYNE KORTH-Choir-Q, 3, 4: Shakespeare's Dream- 2. 3, 4: Kab Staff-3, 4: Arrow StaH-4: Clubs: Biology. Girl Reserves, News Writing, Pen Pals. Commereial. Hobby. Dramatic, Photography, Art. ROBERT KRUEGBR-Pres. of Home Room-3. 4: Member ol' Sr. Council-4: Track-2: Football-Q: Clubs: Chemistry, Soph. Hi-Y, Biology. BERNARD LAVENTURE-Chief Interest: Farming. JOHN LBNARTZ-Arrow Staff-4: Jr. Aeademy of Seienee-Q: Clubs: Biology. Radio, Photography, Hi-Y, Commercial, News XVriting. MARCIA ANNE LFNINIARK-Bookstore Committee-3. 4: Chairman of Bookstore Committee-4: Pres. of Ilome Room-4: Shakespeare's Dream Staff-4: Clubs: Commereial Club. Girl Reserves, Biology, GAA. JAYNE LEONARD-Clubs: GAA. Biology, Physies. Pen Pals. Drzfmalie. Math, Photography. RICHARD LBSCARBEAU-Biology Club. LORRAINE LINQUIST-Sec-'y ol' Home Room-4: Bookstore Committee- 4: Choir-3: Pres. of Sr. Commercial Club: Clubs: Commercial, Biology, ' Girl Resies. Pen Pals. JOHN LOHMER-Student Council-5, 6: Chair- man of Assembly Committee-6: Choir-4: Band-Q. 3, 4, 6: Pres. of Home Room-2: Shakespeare's Dream-3, 5: Arrow Staff-3. 4: Interseholastic De- bate-3. 4. 5: Dec-lamatory Contest-5: Thespians-5. 6: Drum Major-Q, 3, 4: Assistant Editor of Arrow-4: Assembly Committee-5. RITA MARY LOHMER-National Honor Soriety: Honor Roll: Student Council-4: Hall and Building-4: Shakespeare's Dream Staff-4: Library Staff-4: Book- store Committee-3, 4: Pres. ol' Home Room-2: Jr. Play, Sr. Play: Inter- svholastic Debate-2: lnterelass Debate-Q, 3, 4: Thespian: Clubs: Com- mereial, Library. in ,nw-ee 'Y'-' sig: Senior Dramatic Club stages OI1C'3CtS . . . BEATRICE LOTT-Pres. of GAA-4: Shakespeare's Dream-25 Arrow Staff-Q: Clubs: GAA, Photography, Girl Reserves, Biology. RUSSELL LUECK-Clubs: Radio, FFA, RICHARD LUEKEN-Choir-3, 4: Jr. Play Stag: Shakespearels Dream-3, 4: Shakespeareis Dream Staff-33 Clubs: Thespian, Biology, Woodworkers, Jr. and Sr. Hi-Y, Math. MARY LYBARGER-Honor Roll: Operetta-2: Choir-Q, 3, 4g Quarter- notes-3, 4: Shakespearels Dream-3: Interclass Debate-4, Declamatory Con- test-3g Arrow Stad-43 Jr. Play Stall: Clubs: Sr. Dramatic, Photography, Commercial. RICHARD MAJOR-Student Council-3: Noon Hour Com- mittee-3g Choir-Q, 3, 43 School Artist-3, 43 Pres. of Home Room-2, Pres. of Biology Club: Shakespeare's Dream-2, 3: Shakespearels Dream Staff-2, 3, 4: Tusitala StaH-3. FRANK HENRY MARDAUS-Band-Q, 3, 4: Orchestra-2, 3, 4: Pres. of FFA Club: Clubs: WVoodworkers, FFA, Biology. ROYAL MASTERMAN-Shakespeare's Dream Staff-3: Clubs: Aviation, Slide Rule, Physics, Chemistry, Biology. JEAN MAXVVELL-Bookstore Committee-4: Pres. of Commercial Club-2: Library Staff-4: Clubs: Li- brary, Biology, Commercial, GAA, Photography. LEO MCALPINE-Choir-2, 3, 4: Pres. of Foreign Language Club-43 Arrow Staff-4: Thespiang Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Shakespeare's Dream-4: Clubs: Math. News lYriting, Foreign Language, Biology, Chemistry. JEANNE lVIcCOMBER--Band-Q, 3, 4, 5: Orchestra-2, 3, 4, 5: National Honor Society: Jr. Academy of Science-Q, Treasurer of Foreign Language Club- 5: Clubs: Biology, Math, Foreign Language. JOAN McCOMBER-Band- 2, 3, 4: Orchestra-2, 3, 4: Declamatory Contest-2, Kab Staff-4: Shake- speare's Dream Staff-4g Clubs: Art, Music, Math, Photography, Biology, Dramatic. JOHN MCDONALD-"B" Football Squad-4: Interclass Athletics-23 Clubs: Biology, Taxidermy, Commercial. ROBERT MCGLINCH-Inter class Athletics-3, 4, Jr. Play, Cheerleader-4: Clubs: Biology, lMath, Chem- istry, Physics, Airplane, Sr. Hi-Y. BILL MCKNIGHT-Pres. of Home Room-2: Clubs: Jr. Hi-Y, Commercial, Taxidermy. RUSSELL MEISTER-"B" Football Squad-3, 4, Track Squad-3, 4: Interclass Debate-2: Clubs: "Sf, Biology, Photography, Radio. ELLA MICHAELIS-Choir-Q, 3, 4: Library Staff-4: Operetta-2: Clubs: Girl Reserves, Pen Pals, Photography, Biology. CECILIA MIHOS--Clubs: Dramatic, Commercial, Pen Pals, Photography. Arrow heads introduce man new features The editors discuss some problems Merry Swenson, Co-editor of Arrow: ltlavis Smart, Editor of Tusitalag Mary Rose Seim, Co-editor of Arrow: Evelyn Carlson, Editor of Kab. BILL MILLARCH-Pres. of Home Room-4: Baseball Team-Q. 3. 4: Inter- 1-lass Athletics-3: Clubs: "Sf, HONORE MILLER-Jr. Play Staff: Arrow Staff-3. 4: Library Staff-4-3 Clubs: Biology, Pen Pals, Chemistry, Foreign Language. MARCELLA MILLER-Clubs: Biology. Commercial, Correspondence. YVONNE MONDOR-Clubs: GAA, Biology, Commerc-ial, Pen Pals. ROBERT lVlORDICK--Trac-k Team-2. 3. 4-3 Sr. Play Staff: Shakespeares Dream Staff-3, 4: Clubs: Math, Biology. Jr. I-li-Y, Dramatic, Chemistry. DICK MULLER-First Football Squad-4: Track Team-3: Clubs: Biol- ogy. Physics, Chemistry. Airplanes. BETTY MAY NELSON-Choir-2: Sec-'y of Art Club-4: Kab Staff-4: Arrow Stall-43 Shake-speare's Dream Staff-4: Treasurer of Dramatic Club-4: Clubs: Biology, Foreign Lan- guage, Art. ELEANOR NELSON-Library Staff-3, 4: Clubs: Biology, GAA, Commercial. WILLIAM NELSON-Biology Club. MARIAN NIPPOLDT-Bookstore Committee-4: Sec'y-Treas. of Commercial Club-4: Student Bookkeeper--1-g Clubs: Biology, Commercial, Girl Reserves. CAROLINE NORDSTROM -Arrow Staff-4: Jr. Play: Clubs: Biology, Math, Foreign Language, Chemistry, Girl Reserves Nan Seniors present three -act f'94 66 79 play, June Mad DICK OBRIEN--First Football Squad--l-g Second Basketball Team-3: Clubs: Biology, Soph. Hi-Y, Chemistry, HS." INIERBIOXD OLSEN-Pres. of Slide Rule Club: Sr. Play: Jr. Academy of Science-2 3, 43 Clubs: Biology. Math. Physics, Slide Rule. Foreign Affairs, Sr. Hi-Y, Aviation, Debate. Valerlictorian, EVELYN CARLSON-93 600. RICHARD OLSON-Vice-Pres. of Radio Clubg First Football Squad-33 Interclass Athletics-Q. 3: Clubs: Biology, Woodworkers, Jr. and Sr. Hi-Y. GILES OWENS-First Basketball Team-3, 45 First Football Squad-3, 43 Interclass Athletics-2: Pres. of Home Room-4: Pres. of Woodworkers Club. Salutatorian, HARRIETT SCHAFFER, 93.190, ADELYNE PABST-Bookstore Committee-4: Choir-2, 3, 45 Clubs: Com- mercial, Photography, Biology, GAA. PHYLLIS PABST-Choir-Q, 3, 43 Clubs: Commercial, Photography. Girl Reserves, Correspondence. Highest Boy, GEORGE RYDEEN, 99275. EDDIE PARNELL-Bookstore Committee-3, 4: Choir-Q, 3, 45 Jr. Coun- cil: Track Team-2. 43 One-Act Play Contest-Q5 Jr. Play: Shakespeare's Dream-3. 4: Thespiang Clubs: Biology, Commercial, Sr. Hi-Y. RODGER PAUL-Sec'y of Sr. Hi-Y: Student Council-43 Homecoming Committee-4: Jr. Play: Sr. Playg Shakespeare's Dream-3, 4: Thespiang Clubs: Biology, Soph. and Sr. Hi-Y, Dramatic. BETTY PETERSON-Library Staff-3, 4. Hi-Y, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Taxidermy raphy, Pen Pals. 15 DAVID PETERSON-Clubs: Soph. Hi-Y, Biology Math Conservation Physics, Taxidermy, Chemistry. JOHN PETERSON Pres of Wood workers Club-3: Second Basketball Team-Q: Student Manager of Foot ball-3: Interclass Basketball-2, 35 Clubs: IVoodworkers Math Jr and Sr YVINFRED PETERSON--Interclass Athletics Q 3 Clubs Biology Ivoodworkers. VIRGIL PICULELL-Vice-Pres. of Conserx ation Club 4 First Football Squad-4: Shakespeare's Dream Staff 4 Clubs S Biology Commercial. ARVADA PIEU--Clubs: Commercial Biology Photog bowing problems of a teen-age girl . . . AL PONATH-Band-Q. 3g Baseball Team-2. 3. 4: Interclass Athletics- 2. 3. 4: Clubs: "Sf, Biology. GRATIA POZZINI1-Choir-Q, Vice-Pres. of Biology Club-Q5 Clubs: GAA. Biology. Commercial. Library. WARREN PRIBNOW-Jr. Academy of Science-Q. 4, Band-Q: Shakespeaies Dream Staff-4: Clubs: Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Taxidermy. Conservation. LYLE RADKE--Pres. of Home Room-35 Vice-Pres. of Class-39 Football Squad-Q. 3. 43 Pres. of "SU Club-4: Second Basketball Team-23 Baseball Team-Q. 3: Noon Hour Committee-4: Interclass Athletics-23 First Basketball Squad-3, 4-g Clubs: "Sf, Yvoodworkers. VIOLA RAD- LOFF--Clubs: GAA. Chemistry. JUNE RADUENZ-Sec'y of Library Club-4: Kab Staff-4: Arrow Staff-2, Library Staff-3, 4: Clubs: GAA, Commercial, Biology, Photography. IRENE REIDER-Clubs: GAA. Biology, Girl Reserves. ROBERT RHODE-Interclass Athletics-2: Clubs: Biology. lYoodworkers. BETTY RICE-Choir-Q. 3. 4, One-Act Play Contest-33 Jr. Play, Shakespeare's Dream-2: Arrow Staff-Q, Operetta-Q: Thespian--1-3 Sr. Play. MYRON RICKS-Clubs: Physics. Chemistry: Johnson High School. BETTY ROETTGER-Student Council-2: Pres. of National Honor So- ciety: Honor Roll: Homecoming Committee-4: Bookstore Committee-3: Chairman of Bookstore Committee-4-g Choir-2. 3. 4: School Pianist-4: Pres. of Home Room-3, 4, Kab Staff-4: One-Act Play Contest-2: Shake- spearels Dream-Q, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. of Commercial Club-4: Operetta-2. HOYVARD ROLAND-Pres. of Home Room-4, Clubs: Biology, Taxi- dermy. TOlNI RUWLAND-Noon Hour Committee-4: Pres. of Taxi- derrny Club-4. JAMES RPSSELL--Clubs: Taxidermy, Slide Rule, Cheni- ist ry. Physics, Biology. GEORGE RYDEEN-National Honor Society, Student Council-45 Honor Roll: Hall and Building Committee-4-g Basketball Ticket Sale Committee- -1-Q Jr. Academy ol' Science-Q. 3. 4: Pres. of Home Room-2: Vice-Pres. of Class-4: Pres. ol' Debate Club-4: Interscholastic Debate--Lg Interclass Debate-4: Kab Stall-4: Declamalory Contest-3. 4. ALYCE SAFSTROBI -Secfy-Treas. ol' Home Room-4: Jr. Council: Shakespeare's Dream-3, 4: Clubs: GAA, Girl Reserves, Commercial: Ortonville High School-2. INIARIAN SAGE-Sr. Play Staff: Clubs: Photography. Dramatic, Pen Pals, Commercial, GAA, Girl Reserves, Home Economics. an- 1 Twelve seniors eligible for Honor Roll . Natalie Jackson, 92.300, DORIS SCHAAR-Clubs: Biology, Commercial. HARRIETT SCHAF- FER-Salutatorian: National Honor Society: Jr. Academy ol' Science-Q, 3: Sec-'y of Thespian: Pres. of Home Room-2, 4: Interclass Debate-43 Interscholastic Debate-33 Shakespeare's Dream-2, 3, 4-1 Jr. Play: Operetta- 2: Arrow Stall-2, 3, 43 Kab Staff-43 Choir-2, 33 Treasurer ol' Girl Re- serves-3. ADELINE SCHELL-Pres. of Home Room-43 Vice-Pres. of Home Room- 3: Thespian-4: Library Stall-3, 43 Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Sliakespeares Dream- 43 Clubs: GAA. Library, Commercial, Dramatic. Girl Reserves, Biology. DOROTHY SCHNEIDER-Student Council-4: Noon Hour Committee- 4: Choir-4: Arrow Stall-43 Clubs: Biology. Commercial. Girl Reserves. Dramatic, Home Economics, Photography, GAA. RICHARD SCHNELL -Band-Q, 3. 43 Orchestra-2, 3, 43 Honor Rollg Clubs: Biology. LEONARD SEIFERT--Traek Team-3: Interelass Track Team-3: Inter- class Athletics-3: Clubs: FFA, Conservation. MARY ROSE SEIM- National Honor Society: Quill and Scroll-43 Choir-Q. 3, 4: Pres. of Home Room-Q: Arrow Staff-3: Co-erlitor of Arrow-4-3 Shakespe-are's Dream Stafi'-4: Clubs: Foreign Language, News Writing. Dramatic. SHIRLEY SEIM-Clubs: Biology, Commercial, BOB SELB-National Honor Society: Pres. of Home Room-3: Chairman Flag Committee-4: Sr. Council: First Football Sqnarl-3, 43 One-Act Play Contest-3: Jr. Play: Declamatory Contest-3: Art Editor ol' Kab-4: Thes- pian-3. 4 Shakespeare's D1'P2llll-'lg Clubs: US." Jr. and Sr. Hi-Y. Airplane. IIARJORIE SHATTO-Clubs: Biology. Chemistry. Foreign' Language, Taxidermy. Girl Reserves. FLOYD SHERRARD-Choir-2, 3. 4: Inter- class Track Team-33 Sliakespeare's Dream-Q. 3, 4: Clubs: Soph., Jr.. and Sr. Hi-Y. Biology, lylath, Physics, Chemistry, Photography, Airplane, Slide, Rule. Standing: Barbara Eichten, 90950: Evelyn Carlson, 93 600 Harriett Schaffer, 93190. Seated: Rita Lohmer, 90.3503 lNIary Lybarger 90 671 Faculty elects twent -three to National Honor Society Stamling: George Rydeen, 92.2753 Merry' Swenson, 91.2383 Charles Ben- son, 904300. Seated: Barbara Yvilson, 91.7813 Richard Schnell, 90.050 Betty Roettger, 91575. HAROLD SHERRARD-Clubs: Biology, Physics. JOE SHFRRARD Choir-2, 43 Shakespeare's Dream-Q, 33 Staff of Arrow 4 Clubs New Writing, Woodworkers, Dramatic. BEVERLY SHORES-National Honor Society-43 Quill and Scroll-43 Quarternotes-33 Shakespeare's Dream-2, 43 News Editor of Arrow-43 Arrow Staff-2, 33 Choir-2, 33 Clubs: Foreign Language, Girl Reserves, Chemistry. Photography. Sr. Dramatic. GEORGE SIEGFRIED-Nw tional Honor Societyg Student Council-33 Hall and Building Committee- 3, 43 Pres. of Home Room-23 Vice-Pres. of US" Clubg First Football Squad-43 First Basketball Team-3. 43 Second Basketball Team-23 Track Team-33 Clubs: Chemistry, Physics. Sr. Hi-Y, Math. "S" Club. JOSEPH SIINIONET-Student Council-5: Chairman of Hall and Building Com- mittee-53 Hall and Building Committee-3, 43 Track Team-43 Pres. of Sr. Hi-Y: Interclass Athletics-Q. 3, 4, 53 Golf Team-Q. 3, 4g Arrow Staff-53 Second Basketball Team-Q. 3: Clubs: "Sf, Biology. Chemistry, Jr, Hi-Y and Sr. Hi-Y, lllath. lVIA'w'IS SMART-National Honor Society: Student Council-3. 43 Finance Committee Chairman-43 Finance Committee-33 Choir-Q. 3. 43 Homecom- ing Committee Chairman-43 Sr. Council: Pres. of Music Clllll-QQ Editor ol' Tusitala-43 Tusitala Staff-2, 33 Quill and Scroll-3. 4g Sllakespeares Dream-43 Clubs: Foreign Language. Girl Reserves. DOROTHY SMITH --Treasurer of Home Room-33 Clubs: Biology. Girl Reserves, Foreign Language. Forest Lake High School-Q. EDITH STABERG-Commercial Club. RUIH SUFHERLAND-Clubs: Math. Commercial. DOROTHY SWANSON-Sec'y of Home Room-23 Choir-Q. 33 Clubs: Biology, Com- mercial. BIANLEY SWANSON-Pres. of Home Room-Q, 33 Pres. of Class-23 Pres. of Jr. Hi-Y3 Bookstore Committee-33 Choir-Q, 3, 43 First Football Squad-2, 3, 4g Second Basketball Team-Q3 Shakespeare's Dream- 2 3 4' Clubs' "S" Seniors are victors in debate MERRY SWENSON-Student Council-4: Chairman of Noon Hour Com- mittee-4g Noon Hour Committee-2, 3: National Honor Society-4g Quill and Scroll-3, 4: Homecoming Committee-Q3 Football Ticket Committee- Q, 3: Basketball Ticket Committee-4: Choir-2, Shakespearels Dream-2, 3, 4-3 Co-editor of Arrow-4, Staff of Arrow-2, 3, 4-3 Thespian. RICHARD SYRING-Band-Q: Clubs: Slide Rule, Chemistry, Math, Physics. ROBERT THUESON-Chairman of Yell Committee-43 Pres. of Home Room-3g Pres. of Class-4: Pres. of Art Club-4: Shakespeare's Dream Staff- 4g Thespiang Interclass Debate-33 Tusitala Stall-4: National Honor So- ciety: Clubs: Art, Math, Chemistry, Sr. Hi-Y. MAURICE TROUTNER-Track Team-3: Clubs: HS." MARGARET UNDERHILL-Clubs: GAA, Biology, Photography, Commercial. VER.- NON URTEL-Clubs: Radio, Biology, FFA. BERTRAM TVELANDER-Clubs: Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Air- plane. BOB VVIHREN-Student Council-Q: Lost and Found Committee- Q, 3, 4: One-Act Play Contest-2: Quill and Scroll-4g Shakespeare's Dream- 3g Sports Editor of Arrow-4: Arrow Staff-2, 33 Bookstore Committee-4: Clubs: Biology. Soph., Jr., and Sr. Hi-Y: News Vtlriting. BARBARA WVILSON-National Honor Society: Honor Rollg Quill and Scroll-43 Stu- dent Council-3, 43 Choir-2, 33 See'y of Girl Reserves-23 Jr. Play: Jr. Academy of Science-Q3 Arrow Staff-92, 33 Feature Editor of Arrow-4: Clubs: Foreign Language. FRANCES ANN WOLF-Sec'y of Commercial Club-33 Library Staff-43 Clubs: Library, Biology, Chemistry, Commercial, Girl Reserves. KATH- LEEN YERKA-Choir-2, 33 Vice-Pres. of Girl Reserves-45 Shakespeare's Dream-2, 3: Student Director of Sr. Play, Clubs: Biology, Commercial, Girl Reserves. O O O We are now graduating and are ready to set out into the world of adventure to find our places 44... We hope to graduate in 1943 . . Burl: Razr: LeRoy Dikkers. Joe Miller, YVallacc Nagel, Francis La Bore, Robert Rude. Orrin Larson. Eugene Grove. Robert Estelle. James Smith, James Parkhurst. 0 Fourth Row: Robert Skramstad. Dewey Graham. Joe Wheeler. Jack Donahue, John Keller. James Wilson. James Bodlovick. Jack Magnuson. O Third Row: Ruth Nelson. Shirley Gast. Mary Jane Collins. Mary Ellen Dawson. Clara Raleigh, Jane Chidester, Delmon Thompson, Ellen Peterson. 0 Second Rofw: Betty Grady, Mary Jean Thompson, Delores Johnson. Audrey Broecker. Sally Sommers. Mar- guerite Schnell, Ruth Bischoff, Betty Nelson, Lavonne Nichols. 0 First Row: Marilyn Strand, Irene Gustafson, Joyce Gehrman, Margaret McDonough, Lauretta Sullivan. Lois Peterson, Mary 5 l 4 1 Jane Kistner. Marilyn Steineek, Mavis Richert. The Junior Class proved itself to be a group with competent leadership. Sherman Lawson was elected by l.1s class to be editor of the Kabe- konian next year. Nlary Ellen Peterson and Alton Barker were selected to be next year's Arrow editors. In dramatics, Robert ltfajor, Sherman Lawson, John LaVine, and Barbara Clements were given major roles in "Charley's Auntf, this year's all- school production. Leads in the one-act mystery, "The Shadowf, were Dulcie Bloom, Barbara Clements, and Robert ltlajor. Junior boys who went out for football last fall are Harry Carlson, Jack Donahue, Don VVilmes, Adviser: Miss Veronica MrSl1ane Joe Ramey, Bob Lott, Delmon Thompson, John La Vine, Conway Rosell, Jack Hooley, Jack llagnuson, Robert Dalluhn, Robert Thorsen, and Laurence Brockman. The six Juniors who were on this year's first squad in basketball are Joe Ramey, Jack Donahue, Bob Lott, Delmon Thompson, Don Conley, and llyron Scullen. The managers of the squad for this season were Jack Hooley, Jim Bodlovick, and Dave LaVine. H . Fourth . V Rose - . Cl Uerlon lvlmam Hllllllljliinslllllllllixihxixk Hura' 1 a ' , . rl' " ., ',en. 1-' C CONC Smith. EFA lzlsguoiialggliii Lllylllejlkzll Carlson, Gigi! Nllerona Ekdzihl. Bark RON.. jr Jrolinson- iwllfg 'Eugene Baker' ZllaEl.,,d.all. JO Ann Fmniziirvi Row: 'Mae Allll RUN' No!-llull I Rouw:lNlae Nliller, 1 johnson. Verna Hoge Roxxlland. aqrhai-a Clemenls, 'Mary Bums' .2hgifl0o1l1I Row! Qsallllgiul Iris Kolllkai -glielriiih Kay Lover. r . A f . 1 es - ,A , Q r s ' lfixiiflell as jersouh Alice v V mjrmgmn, Cano YH'22J'll'l qi l F.wendin. R35 D ,ahh-re. HY ' 4 Hall. lfllen l'ele!'S0ll- Hmm' junior class presents the comedy, "American Passport," early in Ma li111'l.' Row: lYilli:nn Severson. John Hueslis. Joe Ramey, Howard Johnson, Kermit Dornfeld, I12lWl'Pllf'C Heinmnn, Donald Conley. 0 Fourflz Row: George Lohmer, Donald Wilmes, Harold Peterson. Jerry Sullivan. LeRoy Nelson. Paul Clum. Lawrence Kulk. 0 Third Row: Robert Thorsen, Harold Moe. Richard Burkleo. Philip Pangrae, VVesley Sanderson. O Second Row: Ann Nolan, Mary Welshons, Doris Madsen. Marion Rydeen. Jane Diel. Paula Sc-heel. Alton Barker. 0 First Row: Mary .lane Broez-ker. Pal Shelley. Dick Mc-Knighi. Billy Patrick, Grace Wall, Alive Cartony. lfrwl' Roux' ll:-rlwrl Miz-lmvlis. Sllerxnnn Lawson. Rolwrl Ijilllllllll. .lznnfrs ,llllIIl"S0l1 Brl All-lvln Larlcl. Robert Lott. Ulilliznn Huge-n, Uavlrl l.uVlm- O Four! llnoley, Howarrl LiiVQIllIII'6'. Walter quwx 01 Qt Ifnnx' Flffxll liurnlmlrlt B . . II Major, , fl Razr: Orville Kollamlvr. Jac-k .. n' ', . anley B111-lilvy, William Pratt, Donn SilHl.0I'll. 0 Thin! . . illiv I'nuley. .lmnes Hughes. RolJf'ri, Burns. lwvron 9 ll Rir-lmrrl nllnlf-. O Semnul lfuux' Lorna Ll'llIH2l1'li I'lV0l David May, lwnrjorie Yonngquisi Slzirlvv loll , .vu e-n, Eugene Bur-k. . .4 ' unc' lllovn. Holly Noreen, .lflwell Slwrrnrrl, Rlllll Kollme, flllrlmn Palm. Dorollrv Jolnzson. O F' ' l . zxson. Kathleen Engler, Leona: Johnson. Glzulys Luiz, L: V' A l'c-url Moeller. Leona Goeisr-llc-l. 1r.xf lf0ll'.' 1 crm' EllSll'0III. Marr-ella Svllvll, Junior Dramatic Club v duces "The Shadow pro QIIQ' , x --"T I TFH N gyjwf X f 4 f cr l l QQ r H155 " JM 0 fi 4 3 'wx ' ss . eet to dlscu ExeCl1UVeS m the Prom ' ' ' - - Sally ,. Prcsnlenl. - , Joe Rumfh qlunllillyi Frvll Barnllolrll, 1- - Vlent. . Y 1 X106-PIN" ,,, IHS Iyollwf., urn. l follins SGcrelilI'.Y'TreuS- , Mary .une . qcafezl. . Smnnlfxfh- ' ' L h Row' Robert Bark Row: Neal Jacobson, Thomas Curtis. Charles Garner, Donald Beutel. 0 Fifi ' . Waldt. Eugene Mc-Phetres. Frank Anderson, Robert Roy, Herbert Strand, Ernest Teed, James Anderson. 0 F ouvth Row: Eugene Anderson, Dwaine Dilts, Edward Wendt, Donald Schwartz, Bill Bac-helder. John Kress. Stanley LaCosse, Ralph Leslie, Donald Anderson. 0 Third Row: Burton Randall. Nlary June Leslie, Nlarjorie Vedder. Dorothy Vlfagner. Doreen Swanson, ldell Hinz, Joan Garhe. Elizabeth Johnson. lylary Bloom. Roger hleisner. 0 Second. Row: Betty June Holmes, ' . Phyllis Fischer. Geraldine Quinlan, Dorothy Lelehvre, Helen Moe, Josephine Leslie " 'f Row: Corinne Hoops. Gloria Forsbloom. Myrtle Nelson. Mar ' Ann Darrington, Helen Grohner. Phyllis Johnson Jane Vonrad. Joyce Nelson. 0 Ifirs ' ' ' 'llis Reider. Beryl Anderson, Margaret 2 aret Patrir-lx, 1 hy Sophomore Class part W as D held D it ecember 19 I 4? Lf 9 JC? . O ' all if 5 ii N 17 N Q 5- 17. fl M91 if 4, 7 '-'E 2 f' +' A D 125 - , Y?-3 , Q l. ir. m Y-,fr N A A -if-" fs' bm., 'l , f ffl' .ffi X Z2 J f g SOph0Ifl0re Officer Bonfire at Pep F685 olan for qfa ' A ndmfl' Ja -- ' ne C .. Swenson Q onrad. Nice-P1-eside Roeuf ' eCreU"5'3 Kennetl . ,UL ' Seafed' B- b her, Treasurer I 5Clm. President' fi am ' ' v Onna Back Row: Charles Humphrev VVilli son Ilosd Tl K . am lvilliams. Paul Sthhlberg. Harland Bruette, Kenneth Peter- . 4 K' ionipson. Frank Redman. David Blaire. Lawrence Nelson. Donald Krause. Donald lNIf-Cornzack, 0 Fourth Roux' Stanley Sc-heel. Robert Hecht. Donald Peterson, Jeanette Brochman, Sally Chidester. Russel Root. Robert Prescott, John Linquist, O Third Hou" Ruby Alc Smith. Ruth Yolhner, Delores llir-Laughlin. Helen Mfle Mlm Jean Francis, llelen llfardaus Flean J lklvrtle Alc . A A orn, Marjorie f I -"rson, Fidelia vV6'l'kW6l'tll. Lois Ricbert, ., , . or bchroeder. 0 Second ltozv: Virginia Lueken, Dorothy Weiss, , 'orn, Frances Johnson. Arlene Bentel, lVIarion Shoholm. Barbara Levine. Jeanette Foley Cassie Bailes. I l"1'r.s't Roux' lWIary Lou Conroy, LaVerne Pribnow, Nor . ' Jean Fenske, Mary Modesta 0'Brien, Vivia B' ' ' . , IIT! Ionath, Dolores Johnson. ll ixbp, Marie Zarske. 97 66 11 Chimes Rang, is presented Wh f 6 b Sophomore Dramatic Club V John Billy- ' d Thompson' Fridav, Deaner- Homin fh Roir: Jam6S ' .. . . Donald. Robert I ,I Q Ifouf f Y I 1011. Ellgene B' l Rau" Donald Bfaulkuvlzlhiilmcmgge llzlflllellii JlghgwgrffseTl10rCI5'inEJ!3?0fld'?0J1ziE161 Meiitei' arf ' '. - - ers - ' ' ' 1 we . lor. W-Une 11 Jane Am ' 'fl Row: DEVE5 E115-Selle 0 - - D am 310114 Q. ,Y Arn. I Zhu- V. Y l il 0110, , I 5 rm, Diilirl Swenson.. Ixfhlllfalgiii-TelWorn1an S11-lguiriiiiet. Richard lxiltbi Bfiivfil Bel-gland. lxeiiilekilthieen Gatzke, N01-vm ESL,-ge Radke. Tl1?'1I1asa,2vr,rk' Phyllis. Sr-lirfifgiz Miller. 0 Fi1r.s'tAI?lol1ljwICKuSiCk, Bruce Johusciliil-1:1QvelJea11 Beebe, 1 011-11 Lorraine vllmesi rs Ruth lNIicl1a8lS, Second RWD' 1 1, V -111 Dorotlli' Lug 'I' 'ner Jean C01"'0" XXeclUW' ' ' Jean IJ? ' Mary Jane I Yerka, Bonnie 1 1- ven, Elleen. 4. lNIaf'170Ual" Schaefer, 121111115 LU . D131 A I ,. ,,..,.m., H ' or-ilu ' V . .iran 'X " 'K Will we graduate in 1944. Back Row: Richard Brown, Edward Gerner, Charles Beyer, Richard Swanson, Donald Swan- son, John Douville. Alvin Krueger. David Carlson. William O'Brien. 0 Fourth Row: Stephen Danielson, Robert Ziertman, Patricia Schneider, Laurel Erickson, Muriel Whitney. Bernice Carlson, Daniel Mac-Donald, Jack Hennessey. 0 Third Row: Lorraine Speich, Colleen Row- land, Donna Roettger. Mary Lou Porter. Gladys Anderson, Phyllis Raymo, Phyllis Bahneman, Jean Wojahn, Mary June Illa, Carol Hart. 0 Second Rozr: Lorraine Bevens. Wilma lVhite, Lorna Mae Erhorn. Aloha Peterson, Margaret Ccdarbloom, Jule Foley, Betty Sc-lirank, Shirley Randall, Beverly XVaidesko, Marr-ine Reilanfl. O Firsf Row: Lois V. Richert, Ruth Barnholdt, Phyllis Peterson, Rose Mary Bell. Barbara Swenson, Mary Rose Jesse, Shirley f-OW' Adviser: Mr. George Jansen The Sophomores this year are very talented, and have participated in most of our school ac- tivities. Delores McLaughlin and Desta O'Brien represented their class in the Shakespeare's Dream cast, thereby helping to make "Charley,s Auntw a success. In basketball the Sophomores made a creditable showing. Two boys, Bill O,Brien and George Radke, succeeded in attaining a berth on the 'KAN squad. The "B" team, composed entirely 26 Ciesman, Lillian Anderson, Marilyn Harsh. of Sophomore boys, lost only one game this season, that one being their first tussle with Hastings. Bill Bachelder, Gerald Groth, Tom Simonet, Don Anderson, Dick Kilty. Bob Roy, Don Beutel, Don McCormack, Herb Strand, and Steve Danielson were the students on this team. Those who came out for football were Gerald Groth, Bill O'Brien, Bob Roy, John Linqulat, Charles Humphrey, and George Radke. Danny MacDonald and Dick Kilty were the very com- petent football managers for the team this year. A l 6 fs 'X' .. School President: Boy Erhorn Advisf-I-I xlr. Nliltgn Kuhlman N Presiding: Roy Erhorn Secmzrl Razr: Rita Lohmer. Rlargaret Gast. Natalie Jackson, Mavis Smart. Dorothy Schneider, Merry Swenson. James Thueson, Joe Simonet, George Rydeen. Edward Abramson. Barbara Clements. Ann Nolan, Eugene Grove, Alton Barker, Wilma White. Barbara Swenson. 0 First Roux' Carol Hart. Laurel Eric-kson. Evelyn Buckley, John Lohmer, Bill O'Brien. Rodger Paul, Kenneth Seim, George Radke. Student Council meets twice a month to discuss important problems of the school All st-hools are not so fortunate with student the opinions of his groupg and reports back the government, which so efficiently takes care of eer- actions taken. In this manner the students of tain problems. Each home room eler-ts one repre- Stillwater High School are enabled to take an sentative to the Student Council. who expresses active part in the governing of their school. 27 Efficient committeemen 'rf RECEPTION: Sally Summers: Ann Nolan, Chairmang Barbara Swenson. I 0 FLAG: Bob Selb, Chairman: Tom Simonet: Harry Carlson. 0 VVEL- FARE: Natalie Jackson, Chairman: Clara Raleigh: Bill O'Brien. I NOON HOUR: Blerry Swenson, Chairman: Lyle Radkeg Dorothy Schneiderg Tom Rowland: Evelyn Buckley: Iris Kolbe.,0 ASSEMBLY: Conway Rosellg John Lohmer, Cliairmang Jack Bell. 0 Absent: Barbara Wilson. LOST AND FOUND: Barbara Clements, Chairmang Bob Yvihreng Carol Hart. 0 SCENERY: Delmon Tllompsong David Farmer, Chairman: Bill Bachelder. 0 YELL: Bob Thueson, Chairman: Kenneth Seimg George Lohmer, O HALL AND BUILDING: Second Row: Joe Simonet, Chair mang Jon Dix: George Siegfried: George Rydeen. First Row: Roy Erhorng Rita Lohmerg Nana Kilpatrick. I FINANCE: Alton Barkerg Mavis Smart, Chairmang Eugene Grove. Absent: Margaret Gast. 29 Nm 4. have n AK Liebe straum Arn Ugg FRANZ LISZT 18.5. -'bali lXIr. ll illiam Bastien - D11'CCtOP of Band and Orchestra Sf Bastien. 0 Thin? Hou John Lolimel' Dick K ""'Il7157-' Ruth Min D0 1 3 G Q Y Y M r 0111 K . J f I Garlley. Jo I Irfgliill Cililsililillkciiidll glmmpson' 1241? lllgikififeieiillnlqll illuglyn eslrayigelezi iiiiarillgnl? Steinmetzl Nh Ri If V' x - ,le oy Dikke M4 ., - i erri 'low -, J 2' n UU"-' lla ' L I ' Kjiiixxilklmlilmlfrlfxaielizi, Alulreyrliroef-lielr. 1?leii'j igawson' 1721225 llii:lieVNI3illiTlber, Divk gihmgli if i .Q Jeanne lVIcCoinbe1.Ilfy.Ahlslmre Ehnc,-1, Frank dR0w: Rhoda Harvbl' D I Anderson' AlbeVY 1 nf s ,'--w Q , ' V 3115, Jack M., . , ' ' BUFGS J0l1nsm1 D' Yl1Q"l8HF'11l"'D - - fillluson. Jon Di Q ' IC llaAm!il.4.QU1-Slll :A -+ ' X' kauy SOII ' tug Q1 1 g gg f - ,,-.f....mRwxww - lmers, J 0 4 0 'Y K , " z ffwf - ,gy kr 5 gg 1 R Mini, A u 'fa' ..-Q.. an an OFC estra I'OV1 C IIIUSIC : 'iw B d d h 'd ' K ',.' R R mm,' .R e wiv. n er ' f , Q BAND SPRING CONCERT PROGRAM l 1. Navy and lVIarine Songs l2E.'9,L'Sf1"' Q. The Traveler'S Overture .... .... B Udlfel Qin V H . ., , V I1 If 3. llflira -Solo for Cornet ...................... am ercoo Played by Jeanne lNIcComber 4. Blossom Time Selection ......................... Romberg v iii- ir-E RN , K il' lil' Q- H H157 5. America, l Love You .... .... L cslie and Gottler if If :gEEE,'i"'4 if 6. Danse Joyeuse .................................... A0071 M... ,Y Q N ' Piccolo Solo by Rhoda Harvey 4 R ur 7. On, Brave Old Army .......................... . ..Eg1zer i ' ' A . P1uiLan1maw, cun expressions S DA, R he for 6. imdb 5 lx M' A R 5' M A R l' i no I sw Z, M e o eg Ill GQ. u " 11 cl ny lifif-f'X" ,I f ' mu 1 lrur: " Bl! -L H I msc - -C - -" L!n K5 Slmzl' . N I A Jlllfl- Bfr. Bastxcn, RUN, Am' D -...... url VB, Oylqjy.. 'z ll. lNlz11'ilT1': Qfllmkn' 'loilll lXICCO?11belf kxkf.1111f-pr O Smfc'1f.' Fvq, Blill'1l'llN 1j9lbmgkJli:l1cI, I?vk Sclmell vyfflrillfgrzzel Hurley. Marg , . nson. ,gimme yupclmab. I, ,f,Elll Thompw . N . A Q1 111.111 ' "' M111 I I '11 luxex 'fzifbfzib 4-yah-5143+ - .v 1001 In-Z .A 1 nmqt. Betty Ii1,L.Ugm. in 3 an t J Y 1v-f.rFP- '-1. Ps for athletic contests and plays K U- 1 ORCHESTRA SPRING CONCERT PROGRAM . Cavalier Overture ................. .ufllerle Isaac Foy' N. The Clock and the Dresden Figures ............... Kcfelbey K? i l'Kl"1IW'Q'Q.l ' 'V' P' A Piano Solo by Audrey Broecker 1... . Q Hx 1 1 11.1.1 gs' Bells by Ruth Ann Doyle A J J i S. i'LHl'g0u QF1'ou1 "The New XYo1'ld Sympl1ouy"j ...... Dvorak "' n 1 -H -. -L. Blusette ..,.................................. Neil Jlorvt .lc I l F . 5. Of'l'e1'loi1'e ................................ ...J. Dmzjon b A 1 Flute Solo by Rhoda Harvey A 23 . T 6. Northwiml lXIEl1'Cll ........................ Paris C1I!lIIIIJI'7'.? i i f f fa 4 , J -if E 1 1 :il l ,J-V W. ' . -:E?'--"'-'f-3 5:5 :1" 'FE 1 rail" o A C C, ..,,1. ' tg 1PQ,r6Sr' LLHMHQP? Choir sings at . . Fupgene Baker, Bob Major. John 'l t Marilyn Miss Nlarion Fairclnlfl, Direcfor u: William Tuenge. Marshall Wangerin. Charles Beyer, , ' ' d Row: Mary Rose Seim, Carol Jean Nelson, Mary Sei er . , Secoml Row: Pat Ertle, Dorothy Schneider, ' Garbe, Jewell Sherrard, . , Y, Fourth R01 l,aVine. Dick Lueken. 0 1 hw Steineck, Joan Kilty, Mavis Smart, Betty Roettger. 0 hlary Jane Collins, hlarjorie Youngquist, Delores lNlcLauglilin, Joan Patricia Bergen. O First Row: Gloria Forsblooni, Betty June Holmes, Pat Shelley, Bonnie Hay ne Elinor Alexander, Joyce Nelson, hlary Ellen Peterson, Ella Michaelis, Jane Diel. CHOIR SPRING CONCERT PROGRAM Twenty thi ' rd Psalm Sanctus H" ' - Mons .. on X .............Goun0d 'gj0TheeWeSingH a . ' ' - - - r zecho-Slovakian Dance ranged by Tkach J C eau Emanuelson, Soloigtp 31'I'aI1ged b Y Chas Man ' neg Kerry Dancg . y 8 . Jesu, Joy of lVIan's Desirin Us za ...., , l u .Bach Xlliloollilight Sonata' I . ' B HH a Tallka ....... ggi-haven CJean Fmam I Wgomljsky D Ong. . . . 1 lel 10,g1,,. Kathryn Dal-riiicl mid 11 Ce cations by Stillwater Quarte glam Kmne On ' f0I1c ' r t of Pelertized Choruses from the HP? ei Zan 5, I'3, e ce Operetta. .Gilbert and Sui' wan TH b J WE of l P- nx0K 9 x ' R QT! 32 ' l nl Bnrklvo. uk ...., l Dlx-l' Burns. - . Nlwuru-e rm. .... ,, Bwerlv Nuxormw, Roe. Fourfh Row: Ru- lax Larson, Joe Sln-rmrll. Floyd Slwrraxw . x LoVlne. Bnrlon llnnnlull. Ed Varna-ll. Han-ls-y Glzxslwennvr. L . Dornflelml. O Svvoml Row: Nlnry Bloom. Sully flnnlesler. Donna Rocllpger, X , . rzmyne Korilx. 'Mary Lylmaxrgier. .lm-un linxnnnolson. fawol Pell-rson. Helen Mzxrlk- Anderson, Belly 1 ' 'l lxolnx, I Firxf Row: Mary Lon Conroy. Jean Connors. Eileen Yerka. Kay Darrlnglon, ' ' - ls. Murgurcl Durrlngglon. Desln O'Brlen, Jane Slxerln, Slnvley Johnson, Nlzxnon 510 Penn-l Bfloeller, lxill'll1ll'il Qle nun Harriet Hull. Sophomore Hi,Y learns Fundam ent , als of orgamzation IfILl'k R Elmo' 1 fin: Allnlrl Hmm I - Q ' 'UM 1 lulerwon I Arm Gu- , , - Wllllson XY- - - ' - Don NIA' llmr' 10111 Q' ' "NW IX l 1 1 ' o- al' lnnon -1, .- V' 11111. QI: .. lllllllx. Lloyd Jllllllgtlll l.fR2xNlRClf,rll?I'. llgrllflflljI?npllr0y, 'A 3" vicr. ' elersonl ASM, 3 :fe . - Xfjiiffga ' --,q,aa. g V 'r 1 ifijfkrkffvivgzi e,fffmgf, Third IfOIl'f'c'UllXVi1j' Rosa-ll. Hcrlwerl N'IiC'llil.0liS. Howurcl Johnson. Bob Major, Joe Nliller, Eugene Baker. Ric-llaml Nwlilv. Kvrlnil I,Ul'llfl"lll. 0 Sevoml Roux' Dean Silllfllfll. Eugene Buvk. YValte1' Fsnwyexz John Hueslis, XYzxylw Szmrelu. John I.:1Yi11e. David LEIXHHC. Jim Bodlovic-k. 0 First Row: Allow Igill'kl'l'. Fred BZlI'IlllfllIll. Bula Sl'iI'ilIlISti1ll. George Sllliul. junior Hi-Y sponsors an all-school dance, While Senior Hi-Y holds Kiddies' oy Show and Sweethearts' banquet . . . Ftlllffll Ifnzrx' Sll4'l'I1lilll Clmlm. Joe SIll'l'l'2lI'lI. Bob S1-llm. Jon Dix. George Rycleeu. Ril'll2ll'4l Lueken, Holm 'rllllt'S0ll. .Iolm cilliill. Bob XyillI'Y:'lI. .lov Silllllllli. 0 Third Row: Eddie Parnell. Floyd Sherrard, Dzwiml l't2ll'IIN'l', John l'elc1's4m. 0 Svrmzrl liner: Boll M4-Glinvh, Bill He'ifort, Duzme Ackerson, George Sieg'f1'iefl. Lorne- Johnson. liclward AITIGIIIISUII, Firsi Huw: Rodger Paul. Mermolul Olsen. gril- '1 L .. Y .. Y TOP PICTURE. Sixfh Raw: Kay Yerka. hlzivis Sniart. Dorothy Schneider. Marjorie Vethler, Betty Johnson, Harriett Schaffer. I Fiffh Razr: Ella Mic-liaelis. Marian Nippolt. Betty Jane Cook. Marian Sage. Doris lN'Iadsen. 0 Faurfh Razr: Marjorie Shatto. hlilclrerl Bentel. Helen Marie Anderson. June Conrad. Marion Rydecn. 0 Third Razr: Dorothy Smith. Barbara Clements. Phyllis Peterson. 0 Second Razr: Margaret Dzwrington, Betty Roettger. 0 First Razr: Mavis Ric-hert. LOWER PICTURE. Third Razr: 'Mary Lou Porter. Donna Roellger. Put Sc-lnieitler, I,uVonne hfoen, Vivian Horst. Natalie J2lf'liS0ll. lVIary June Blooin. Joan iEIl1illlllf'lS0ll. FFZIIICQS Ann Yvolf. Dorothy vVilQfllCI', Verna Craintlall. 0 Scranrl Raw: Connie Rowlanltl. Bonnie Hllj'll0F. Jean Frav1c'es, Helen Grohner. Arlene Bcntel. Carol Cohn, Eileen Yerka. Paula Svlieel. Marilyn Sleiniuk. Iris Kolbe. 0 Firm' Raw: Betty Noreen, Mary Rose Rowland. Carol Peterson. Lorraine Speim-h. Geralriline Quinlan, Ruth Ann Doyle, Lois Ric-hert, hlary Ellen Peterson. Girl Reserves knit and sew for Red Crossg fill Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets 35 Debaters have successful season At the Gustavus Adolphus meet, Still- water came through with a fine record, Winning three out of four debates. In the Regional debate tournament at lilacalester, lvlarch 16, Stillwater and South St. Paul tied for second place, los- ing to Red Wing. Sfanding: Robert Estelle. Dwaine Dilts. o Seated: George Smith, Jon Dix, George Rydeen. School looks to Honor Society for leadership Members of the National Honor Society are Betty Roettgcr, President, Jean Emanuelson, chosen on a basis of leadership, scholarship, Vice-President, hlavis Smart, Secretary, Bob character, and service. Officers of the group are: Thueson, Treasurer, Mr. Kuhlman, Adviser. ob Selb, Charles Benson John Chial, Beverly Shores Fellows. O Second Row lVIcComber, Bob Thueson bara Eichten, Barbara VVil- Betty Roettger, Rita Lohi mer, Evelyn Cai-15011 Ruth Aim Doyle, lNIar5 Rose Seim. 0 First Row George Siegfried, Merrg Swenson, Nat Jackson E d w a r cl Abramson George Rydeen, Mavis Smart. Absent: Jean Emanuel son, Harriett Schaffer. i 36 i Seniors defeat underclass debaters The question used was the regu- lar interscholastic one. Third Row: George Rydeen-, Dwaine Dilts. Kenneth Seim, David LaVine, Jon Dix. Alton Barker, Nlermond Olsen. 0 Second Row: Joe McGlinch. VVilma White, Nlargaret Darrington, Kay Dar- rington, George Smith. 0 First Row: Mary Lybarger, Rita Lohmer, Harriett Schaffer. Thespians do outstanding work on dramatic productions . . . The-spians presented in assembly a one-act, son, Presidentg Bob Selb, Vice-Presidentg patriotic play, entitled "A Man Without a Coun- Harriett Schaffer, Secretaryg Nana Kilpatrick, try." Officers of the club include: Jean Emanuel- Treasurerg lN'Irs. Gower, Adviser. econd Row: Leo MeAlpin ack Bell, Jon Dix, John L1 Fellows, Adeline Schell, Rita l First Row: Jean Emanuel: elb, Eddie Parnell, Harr Schaffer, Rodger Paul. 0 . sent: Nana Kilpatrick, Merry Swenson, Barbara Wilson, Milton East- wood, Bob T h u e s 0 n, Richard Lueken. 37 , .7Ze. VOLUME XIX NUMBER 7 FXNXXX flvflflf StaH proofreads the next issue Third Row: Herbert Elness, Ed Abramson, Ric-hard Brown. 0 Second Row: Vilma White, Ann Nolan, Zita Miller, Paula Seheel, Pat Shelley, Nana Kilpatrick, Harriett Schaffer. 0 First Row: Jane Cliidester, Biary Lybarger, Bob lVil1ren, Diary Lou Conroy. Editors prepare dummy while reporters look on Third Row: Iris Kolbe, Alton Barker, Jon Dix, Leo lNTeAlpine, Jean Emanuelson, Barbara Swenson, Miriam Palm, Barbara Clements. 0 Second Row: Kay Darrington, Margaret Darrington. O First Row: Tom Curtis, Mary Ellen Peterson, Mary Rose Seini, Blerry Swenson, Beverly Shores, Barbara Wilson. 1942 M K BEKG edited by the seniors of Stillwater High School Part of the staff mounts pic-tures Secmul RIIIIT June Ranluenz. Blary Lou Grant, George Rytlocn. Betty lloettgvr. Jean Ennxnuel- son. 0 Firxf Rout: Ruth Ann Doyle, llnrriett SCll2lH0l', Evelyn Vnrlson, Jon Dix. How's the paper sale, Nat? Svrmzfl Row: SllCI'1U1llI Colin, Bal'- lmrzx Hia-liten, Eleanor Fellows, l'llt'2l.IlOl'65 Kortlx, Holy Sellm. 0 Ifirxf lflllli' Joan 3IC'COIIllJE'l', Betty Kluy Nelson, I.UI'l'ilyll6 Kortln. Natalie Jackson. Merrill Flowers. 0 Absent: Milton East- wootl. 39 Tusitala has "South Sea Islands" as theme Quill and Scroll holds initiation in pril Second Row: Lorraine Linquist, Shirley Akey, Bob Thue- son, Herbert Elness, Donna Roettger. 0 First Row: Paula Scheel, Ed Abramson, Mavis Smart, Iris Kolbe. Second Row: Mavis Smart, Evelyn Carlson, Merry Swen- son, Barbara VVilson, Mary Rose Seim. O First Row: Bob Wihren, Beverly Shores, Mary Ellen Peterson, Alton Barker, Nat Jackson. ' This year's Tusitala staff, with Miss Irene Hedberg as adviser, had the book out early in April. The Tusitala, meaning "teller of talesf' contains poems, short stories, and essays written by students. Winners in the contests were: Short Story, Bob Wihreng Essay, Kay Yerkag Poetry, Jeanne McComber. The Quill and Scroll, an international journalistic organization, E' me 7, fi sq added eight members this year. To be a member, one must be in f' X X 51 the upper third of the Junior or Senior class, and must also do X ELJ outstanding wo1k on a publlcation. Merry Swenson and Mavis if, jfff , ff, ' '- J ' . ' - f ,ing ' fig ' " Smart were elected last year. 'W' eTLfi. 'ff' , ' - Q- 4, K' ' - V 1, City Slickers meet hill bill folk Standing: Rodger Paul, Jack Bell. Adeline Schell. .lean Emanuelson, Bob Selb, Eleanor Fellows. Barbara Wilson. Nana Kilpatrick, Eddie Parnell. 0 Seated: Betty Rice, Rita Lohmer. Bob lNIcGlinch, Harriett Schaffer, Leo McAlpine, Carol Nordstrom. Standing: Eddie Parnell, Nana Kilpatrick. 0 Seated: Har- riett Schaffer, Rodger Paul, Rita Lohmer. Those taking part were: Stephen Santry, Bob Selbg Anne Santry, Jean Emanuelsong Kay Santry, Harriett Schaffer, Dr. Gray, Jack Bell, Dick Santry, Ed Parnell, Eve Santry, Nana Kilpatrickg Billy Santry, Rodger Paul, Phyllis Santry, Rita Lohmerg Jerry, Bob McGlinchg Mary Marshall, Betty Rice, Lucinda, Adeline Schell, Suzanne, Barbara Wilson, Mrs. Marshall, Eleanor Fel- lowsg Sid, Leo McAlpineg Angie, Carol Nordstrom. New Fires, a play dealing with family problems, was spon- sored by the Junior class. The chief character, Stephen Santry believed his family needed a change from their expensive, sophisticated habits, so he brought them to the Tennessee Moune tains. There, many amusing things took place, and a happy end ing resulted. 41 A RKQQEQID ser. y , T l X. x, Qi 6 9 C 7 9 Standing: John LaYine, Bob Ma- jor, Delores McLaughlin, Merry Swenson, Barbara Clements, Mil- ton Eastwood, Desta O'Brien. O Seated: Bob Selb, Eddie Parnell, Harriett Schaffer, Sherman Law- son. Im Charley s Aunt from Brazil- Where the nuts come from" . . . This year's Shakespeare's Dream, an hilarious comedy. centered around the antics of three col- lege boys, and Charley's aunt, played by Bob Selb. The cast included: Amy Spettigue, Delores McLaughlin, Kitty Verdun, Harriett Schaffer, Stephen Spettigue, Eddie Parnell, Donna Lucia D,Alvadorez, liflerry Swenson, Ela Delahay, Barbara Clements, Jack Chesney, lNIilton East- wood, Sir Francis Chesney, Sherman Lawson, Charles Wykeman, Bob Major, Lord Fancourt Babberly-Charleyis aunt, Bob Selb, Brassett John LaVine, Maud, Desta O,Brien. Third Row: Marion Shoholm, Harriet Hall, Jean Emanuelson, Pat Shelley, Kenneth Seim, Eugene Grove, Rodger Paul, Carol Hart, Dick Swanson, Conway Rosell, Orrin Larson. O Second Row: Betty Roettger, Mavis Smart, Ruth Barnholdt, Harley Glasbrenner, Bonnie Hayner, Mary Rose Rowland, Burton Randall, Jane Conrad, LaVonne Moen, Mary Ellen Peterson, Leo McAlpine, Mary June Bloom, Mary Jane Utecht, Dorothy Johnson. 0 First Row: Betty Noreen, Verna Crandall, Ann McKusick, Llargaret Darrington, hiavis Richert, Shirley Johnson, Alyce Safstrom, Lorrayne Korth, Gloria Forsbloom, Harold Moe, Kay Darrington, Ruth Vollmer. X9 Standing: Leo McAlpine Mer- mond Olsen, Nana Kilpatrick, Shirley Akey, Adeline Schell. 0 Seated: Alan Johnson, Eleanor Fellows. Standing: Richard Lueken, Betty Rice, Rodger Paul. Seated: Charles Benson, Jon Dix, Rita Lohmer. The cast included: Penny VVood, Rita Lohmerg Chuck Harris, Rodger Pauly Nlrs. VVood, Eleanor Fellowsg Nlr. VVood, Alan Johnsong Effie, Adeline Schellg Elmer Tuttle, Leo McAlpineg Milly Lou, Shirley Akeyg Roger Van Gleck, Jon Dixg lwervyn Roberts, Charles Bensong Mr. Harris, Dick Luekeng Julie Harris, Betty Riceg Ralph VVentworth, Mermond Olsen. Teen age Penny grows up . . . S'June Mad," a three-act comedy concerning the largest audiences in years witnessed this pro- trials of the adolescent, Penny Wood, in growing duction. Rita Lohmer, as Penny, played the up, was presented by the Senior class. One of the leading role. bvfHEN VF 'Far D rms? Qi Ji! fm V25 K A3 gmf, ,,-wivNi'-Qff52LTiwfivfQ'fsQfZiff MS? S, A h N L 3 , 1 fy ?kl,,h7i,AK,Vk ywvlzw ge, V rf! fx, xii ..r.k i,k K K K., el' Q K , , L, Ai 5 5, ff, . 3.1148 ef ff fi MQ?" W? f' V 32,3 117 , 8, 315 . 4 f'?2.g3 f3:?.Qg,g,3?, iw-yer' MPM? 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Y ,,1 V .ae VW' N, Q ? famf' - A K ,1gd,mAf,- 50 1. 0 f 5 m""'www - - - an A , M hi A 5 1: N 7 V 3 -my ,, V, 4 ,Q ff, Hr 5,11 f + i, AA wyhfisiiziii if? i gr? QQLQW A -nw. ""S2"' ga X -IA fm H . NQ fx ,A QW pn Q.: W Xp up-an ..4-...p-w--V Bookstore Committee,- SFCUTIII How: Fellows, ILinquist, Sleineck. Loh- mer. Nippoldi. Parnell. 0 Fir-xt How: Schne-ll, lPabst. Akey, Lenmark, Roettger, M a x w e 1 l, School, Fehlow, Home lic girls learn the way to a man's heart. I 1-V-f 1115" -aw-"""' 66 97 Soc class discusses Current Events , X f 'QL iz." wig -sf were 3 I E i L P Most Versatile: Mavis Smart, Bob Selbg Best Dressed: Jon Dix, Dorothy Hooley: Biggest Case: Betty Roettger, Joe Hallg Blast Dependable: George Rydeen, Evelyn Carlson, Bob Thuesong Nieest Smile: Merry Swenson, George Siegfried. Pictures not here-Nlost Poised: Harriett Schaffer, Jon Dixg Wittiest: Nat Jackson, Bob Selbg Best Taste: Kay Yerka, Lorrayne Korth, Jon Dixg Most Active: Nat Jackson, Roy Erhorn, Jon Dix: Neatest: Harriett Schaffer, Jon Dixg Best Posture: Eleanor Fellows, Jack Belly fllost Original: Joan McComber, Bob Thuesong Best All-Around: Nat Jackson, Mavis Smart, Roy Erhorn, Rodger Paulg Best Worker: Evelyn Carlson. George Rydeen. Who's i in the Who Senior Class Most Popular: Roy Erhorn, Nat Jackson: Best Dancer: Lorrayne Korth, George Crimminsg Most Athletic: Ade- line Schell, Lyle Radkeg Most Courteous: Marian Sage, Harriett Schaffer, Eddie Parnellg lllost Ariistic: Dick Major, Joan McC0mber. Pictures not he1'e-Most Friendly: Nat Jackson, Roy Erhorn, Rodger Paulg Best Sport: Nat Jackson, Mavis Smart, Rita Lohmer, Roy Erhorng Best Physique: Dick Muller, Jack Bell: Best Figure: Lorrayne Korth, Nana Kilpatrick: Nicest Hair: Nat Jackson, Jack Bellg Hap- piest: Merry Swenson, George Siegfried: Nicest Eyes: Merry Swenson, Jon Dix: Best Looking: Merry Swenson, Alyce Safstrom, Jon Dixg Best Personality: Nat Jackson, Rodger Paul. JL Stillwater High has more tha 1. Homecoming Committee-Simi ing: Tom Simonet, Bob Majr Rodger Paul. Seated: Kay Darrin ton, Mavis Smart, Betty Roettgf Jean Emanuelson . . . Q. Hon coming Dance . . . 3. Bonfire Pep Fest . . . 4. Homecoming Ki and Queen-Roy Erhorn and Nata Jackson . . . 5. Canoeing on t St. Croix . . . 6. Band at Nor them, Charlie . . . 8. Hold that li St. Paul game . . . 7. Don't bij .l. Whoops! No snowballingl . . . din', Writin', and 'rithmetic ..v-'NA 2. Daisy Mae and Little Abner- Shirley Akey and Jack Bell . . . 3. Cheerleaders - Bob INIcGlinch, Jane Conrad, Kay Darrington, Ken- neth Seim . . . 4. "I was your bashful, barefoot beau" . . . 5. Am- ateur Hour winners-Standing: Blar- jorie Kramer, Ruth Barnholdtg Seated: Paula Scheel, Tom Curtis, Marilyn Steineek , . . 6. Miss Lindholm shivers as usual! . . . 7. Ten cents, please . . . 8. D.A.R. Award Winner-Natalie Jackson. 51 3' v al' if , 4 X f 3 Wwe fx Mx .1 -- A bm W, wi 7. ,ww 2 -V .iw x waz' is' if? vu V xv- I 'Il fv- ?Qr fifgigg fi? M my W R -Nw A in gi by W , gg? .av WNW 'Y 355 a ?f .. :5.: V asm w........,.....4,,q, 1 Drum Major Frank Stelnmetz 2 Nat and Jon lead the Prom Grand March 1941 3. ou were my queen 1n calico. 4. "Peanuts" Bell, winner St. Paul Golden Gloves -Flyweight Division . . . 5. Camera catches janitors as they are about to go to work . . . 6. Between classes . . . 7. Drum Majorette- Maureen O'Brien . . . 8. McGlinch and Major change the records at Noon Hour Dancing . . . 9. "Abe,' serves to Dilley at noon hour ping pong. fg THF: huns 4 7 Odds I halt N0 ILM CfW owvi xx C NOR Tl "N" ql. W Q fy -".,".9",fZ X rv XTRALKSTQ s With' LQ BPA V' l :PL A ,- - In sf, ITS 5URQ,- N! HivvG d GIRLS NA 1 KTTPNBAU T - ay f52 P.me cmns f' -A 4 orzessmo - af Room my f. N, LS, gl? f fs 1. Q 49' 'S GAA 6 fYx.m H,-ywqny fE'g9f5fQgQ,.l1ff5 fii ' SCHOOL DBYSFQ 5cHooL o5Wsf cheer For oruuwc LLM? Pyays FS E1YG ThG BOYS WI-LL DO TIQQSG' DEEDS c m,nQ W 'T1uc Le a D wmw The-iw pravmcfvs Peeps Back Row: Welshons, Ramey, Rosell, Dalluhn, Meister, Picullel, LaVine, Humphrey, McDonald, Wilmes. 0 First Row: Donahue, Jacobson, Brockman, Roy, Linquist. Stillwater loses to South St. Paul in contest for Suburban League title STILLWATER 0-ROBBINSDALE 19-Still- water, although holding their opponents score- less for an entire half, lost their initial game to Itobbinsdale. Outstanding performances were tiilrned in by the local eleven, even though they were outweighed considerably by the Red Breasts. 12: STTILLWATER '7--HASTINGS 18-Hastings gains revenge for 1939 upset. They had a hatful of aerial blitzkriegs which completely befuddled the Ponies. Selb deserves special mention for his vicious tackling and blocking. STILLWATER 0-RED WING 12-Home- coming spirits were a bit dampened when Red Wing defeated Stillwater-the third loss for the Ponies. However, good ball was played, and L. Radke and Muller starred for the Croix. STILLWATER 19--WHITE BEAR 0--The traditional Little Brown Jug was retained by Stillwater because of the victory over White Bear. The two Radkes, Ackerson, Muller, and O'Brien were outstanding. STILLWATER 20-HUDSON 19-Radke and Muller led the Stillwater attack and the Olson twins provided the spark for the visitors. STILLWATER 31-NORTH ST. PAUL 0- Dick Muller must have felt sorry for the Polars when he scooped up a loose ball. He began to run the wrong way, but a couple of teammates, who were not in the same mood, turned him around. After all that, the referee declared the ball dead. STILLWATER 24-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS 0 -The fourth victory of the season was rung up by the Ponies, thereby leading the League. Ackerson, Abramson, and Muller were the snappiest. STILLWATER 0-SOUTH ST. PAUL 6-This was the battle for the Championship of the Suburban League. Stillwater kept the Packers from scoring for 43 minutes and then lost the game. Swanson played his most brilliant game of the season. S- - . as ,,.J 1940 Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Ifuiff' Hal Thai Isne,boys 1alYlD5'7"L l ' Wg Ullulw Review Robbinsdale ....... 19 Hastings .... ..... 1 8 Red Wing ......... 12 White Bear 0 Hudson ............ 19 North St. Paul ...... 0 Columbia Heights... 0 South St. Paul ...... 6 P771,4?frsww0v wLe'i: 'fir Q03 Radxe T hzrd Row. Simonet Groth, Mordick, Whalen, Bac- helder, Siegfried, Owens, Bodlovick, Mr. Belfiori-coach. Second Row: Trout- ner, Seifert, Simonet, Jacobson, Wilmes, John- ston, O'Brien, Johnson. First Raw: Rowland, Hanson, Beyer, Hildebrandt, Berggren. John Beyer heaves the shot Paced by Howie Hanson with 2512, points, Stillwater skipped off with top honors at the Fourteenth District Track Meet with a total of 54V2. White Bear placed second with 495. Ponies led the field at the Quadrangular Meet at Anoka with a total of 78M points, far in the lead of the nearest competitor, Anoka, with 43VZ. South St. Paul with 38 was nosed out by the locals in the Regional Meet by one point. This was Stillwater's first Region 4 title since 1935. Hanson made 21 points, and Beyer, 10. Howard Hanson, John Beyer, and George Berggren represented the school, in the State Meet. Beyer placed fifth in shot and discus, and Hanson took sixth in pole vault and high jump and eighth in broad jump. Berggren placed sixth in the 440. Bill 0'Brien, George Siegfried, and Howie Hanson clear the high hurdles. Howie set a new school pole vault record of 11' 6", a district record of 11' M", and a regional record of 111' IM". He also broke the dis- trict individual scoring record for- merly held by Russ Buckley pointsj by totaling 25521. John Beyer shattered the school discus mark with a heave of 129' 4Vj'. George Berggren made a new school record in the 440 of 53.6 secondsg Hanson set one in the board jump of 20' 6Vj'. Letters in track were awarded to Howie Hanson, John Beyers, George Berggren, Maurice Trout- ner, Frank Hildebrandt, Joe Sim- onet, Bill O'Brien, and Jim Row- land. 1 l A S E B A L L Second Row: Murphy, Rude, Garbe, Thompson, Krueger, Farmer, Hagen. 0 First Row: Lott. Hackett, Ponath, Radke, Ramey, Erhorn, Millarch. The baseball team ended the season with a .500 average. Since this is only the second year our school has had a team, it is a record of which we should be proud. Letters were awarded to twelve players: Lyle Radke, Bill Hagen, Bob Rude, Bob Lott, Del- mon Thompson, Dave Farmer, Bill Millarch, Roy Erhorn, Al Krueger, Ben Hackett, Al Pon- ath, and Joe Ramey. Hackett pitches one over the plate Krueger sends one to center field Al Ponath, the star catcher, and many other lettermen are returning for another season. SCORES Stillwater ..... .... J ohnson ,... Stillwater Monroe . . . Stillwater Monroe ..... Stillwater White Bear. . Stillwater White Bear. . Stillwater Patrick Henry Stillwater Eau Claire. . . Stillwater Eau Claire. . . Stillwater Forest Lake. . Stillwater Forest Lake Gym girls have varied sports bowling, basketball, soccer, archery Mary Jane Collins, Junior tea in the interclass tournament. Second Row: Casperson Sherrard, Johnson, Collins, Gehrn Strike 3 and out! How many pins did you get? 60 Noreen. 0 First R rn was undefeated OZU' G. A. A. girls work to earn 500 points for a letterg 1000, for a pin . Dribbling d th fl Atth g 1 Sq h 1 d h p fa SQ' . wx 61 E Mr. Don Cafferty coach Erhorn STILLWATER 39-CHISAGO CITY 18 -Paced by Roy Erhorn, the Ponies in their first game on the home hardwood, drove home 39 points as they rode to vic- tory over the Chisago City Reds. STILLWATER 18-ANOKA Q3-Tough second game for the Croix from every angle. Those Anoka boys were battling every minute and at times the game had all the characteristics of a fine gridiron battle. STILLWATER 40-NORTH ST. PAUL 16-The Croix were Hon the beam" in this, their second home game, and swamped the Polars with little trouble. STILLWATER 24-RED WING 38- Stillwater took a severe trouncing at the hands of a smooth "Winger', quint led by big Dick McWaters, who bucketed 23 points. Stillwater's inability to settle down was a large factor in the loss. STILLWATER 35 - HASTINGS 43 - Diehl Penrod, who scored Q0 points, got hot and led a determined, fast breaking Hastings team that trounced a slower Caf- ferty five to the tune of 43 to 35. STILLWATER 42-ANOKA Q5-Out for blood because of the previous defeat, the vengeful Croix defeated Anoka by a bi 8' 42-25 count. Farmer led with 14 points. 62 Ponies have a Thompson Lott Siegfried Siegfried goes up after the rebound ' good season . . . Hooley, LaVine student managers Owens L- Radke Ramey Farmer G. Radke Donahue A bit of rough action in a thriller STILLWATER 28-WHITE BEAR 19- White Bear was uncomfortably close up until the begining of the second half, but Stillwater slowly pulled away. The Croix kept the traditional Oil Can. Siegfried led with 16 points. STILLWATER 29-SOUTH ST. PAUL 31-Fighting hard until the last second of play, the battling Croix bowed to a deter- mined Packer quint, relinquishing the loop lead. The game, on the verge of going into an overtime period, was ended abruptly by a long shot from the middle of the floor by Marschinke of the Packers. STILLWATER 37-WILLMAR 31--Al- though paced by Peterson, with 17 points, the Willmar five couldn't seem to hold Stillwater down and lost out in the final canto's scoring thrusts. STILLVVATER 36-RED WING 48- McWaters and Red Wing. Yes, they did it again. Siegfried played an outstanding game for the Croix. Farmer was high scor- er for the locals with 11 points. STILLWATER 24-SOUTH ST. PAUL 30--Stillwater led the first half but their play became ragged as the Packers gained control of the game. 8-3 STILLVVATER 45-HXSTINGS 43-Smarting from a pre- Roy, Gatzke, O'Brien, Anderson, Simonet, Groth, McCormack, Bachelder, Danielson, Linquist, Kilty, Beutel. Strandg Bodloviek, Student Managerg Mr. Peterson, Coach. Stillwater "B" Bombers Win all but two games fContinued from page 631 STILLWATER 56-COLt'MBI.K HEIGHTS -l-0-Journey- ing to the stronghold of the Heighters, the rugged Croix, led by Siegfried and Farmer with 16 and 11 points, beat the out-of-town jinx decisively. vious defeat at the hands of the down river boys. the Stillwater cagers came back to play a fine winning game, salvaging the victory in the closing minutes with an ex- ample of real basketball. STILLWATER 34-WHITE BEAR 25-Siegfried was high point man for the game with 15 points. Farmer and Kamey provided able support for him. STILLWATER 35A+F0REST LAKE Q6-After a close half the Croix pulled away from the big and aggressive Lakers. Siegfried and Donahue were outstanding for the local five. STILLWATER 4-3-NORTH ST. PAUL 27-This was det'- initely a floor game with a large number of players prostrate on the court a great deal of the time. Siegfried rang up 15 pointsg Farmer, 12. DISTRICT TOKRNAM ENT STILLWATER 43-NORTH ST. PAFL 27fThis was Stillwatefs third victory over the Polars. Exceptional on the court for Stillwater was Iutt. 64 STILLWATER Q8-RED WING 37-It was a good game with Stillwater constituting a serious menace all the way. Farmington defeated Red VVing in the finals of the tourna- ment to become the district champions. "B" Squad Scores Dec. 5-Stillwater 23. ........................ Anoka Dee. 9-Stillwater 35 .... .... N orth St. Paul Jan. 9-Stillwater 17 ,,... ......... H astings Jan. 13-Stillwater 29. . . ...... . . .Anoka Jan. 16-Stillwater 36 ..... ........ W hite Bear Jan. Q3-Stillwater Q9 ,.... ..... S outh St. Paul Feb. 6-Stillwater 31 ..... ....... S outh St. Paul Feb. 13-Stillwater 35. . . .... Columbia Heights Feb. 17-Stillwater Q2 ..,. ........... H astings Feb. Q0-Stillwater 35 ..... .... Y Vhite Bear Feb. Q4-Stillwater 44 ..... ...... F orest Lake Feb. Q7-Stillwater 38 ................. North St. Paul CLASS D TOURNAMENT Uewish Centerj Stillwater 50 .... .............. 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Frank Rrlitz. ltlarion lvagiieix Bzlrlmra lg2llll'l'0iii1 Nr. Glaydon Rolmlmins. adviser. Junior High Student Council carries on a heated discussion At the Progressive Education Association Con- Ullier ac-tivitics of tlic council were: sponsoring ference in St. Clfnld. April 18. representatives of an all class party. drawing up of a constitu- fI'0Ill our student council took part in a panel lion for the Junior lligli. and supervising the discussion. The purpose of the deinonstralion functions of tlic standing connnittees. was to explain our student participation pro- gram to the delegates. - Five students are elected to tlic Junior Academy of Science. Sccoml Row: Riclulrd Prescott. Elaine Larson. David -I0llllSllIl. 0 First Roux Frederic Irvin, Albert Dalilke. 65l J9bJtf.l.lVJJ . READIM7 'N' QQXTW' 'MJ 'WTF' X Ma ff'C inth grade sponsors da light dances every Wednesday afternoon at 3230 MR. Pl'I'I'ERSON'S HOME ROOM lfmlrfh Row: Joan Kilty, Patricia Bergen, Ric-hard Redpath. Kurt Ric-be, Paul Cro- zier. Annie Bartlett. Pahna Sc-ullen. Third Razr: Dick Prescott. Barbara Ann Cliarlscn, David Chial, David Hurley, Glenn Maes, Eileen Broekman, Paul Bis- c-hott. Ser-ond Row: Betty Schwartz, Elaine Knef- elkamp. Howard Albertson, lvarren John- son. Albert Dahlke, Carol Cook, Pat Gast. l"1'r.vl Razr: Eva LaMere, Betty Radncnz, Rudy Miller, Marion Lolgren, lwarguerite Firth. MR. OLSON'S HOME ROOM l"m1rlh lfozv: Saranne Mr-Grath. Mildred lleeves. Dale Register. Harlan Bernstein, Norman Johnson. fharles Audelte. William Rainey. l'add,v Curley. lVlarg'ie 'l'h0lnpson. Tllirfl How: Lola Carey. Leona hlonty, Donna Mae Javohson, Jeanne Gagnon, Marion Teed. lllarm-ella Roettger. Julia An- dt-rson. Sm-mul Ifmr: Elinor Alexander. Wesley Un- derhill. l"rederir-li lrvin. Bill Hart, hlarshall XY2lllj.f0I'lll. Jack Bishop. lone lloettger. lfimf lfmr: Lucille Hahlman, Nlary Seifert, Mary Burris. Donald Morgan. Linnea John- son, Elaine Larson, Dora Frahner. MISS FOSTER'S HOME ROOM Fourth Row: Jerry Brown. Roger Kuehn. Russell Kalk, Joh11 Haefner, Elva Kollander, Marion Schneider, Viliss Granberg. Third Itozlv: Gerald Linnerooth, Rich- ard Herbert, Robert Anderson, Mary Braun, Joyce Hadrath, Mary Mill- arch, Patricia Peulen, Phyllis Kutz. Second Row: Joan Bennett, Patricia Hooley, Edith Morway, John Ertle, Dorothy Anderson, Helen Johnson, Phyllis Groth. First Row: Shirley Rivard, Geraldine Pechuman. Mary Connors, Patricia Miller, Jean Ann Olstad, Lois Loh- man, Alice Thomsen, Rosemary 66 Meyer. Candy sale nets twent dollars-Boys Win interclass basketball tournament MISS KRIESEIIS HOME ROOM Fuurfh Ruff: .Iohn Ilallquisl. Bertram Shaffer. Dolores llumphreys. Beulah I,oc'kn'ood. William Mc'NulIy. David Johnson. llvlcn Ann Johnson, Carol .Ivan Nelson. Maurive Shallo. Tllirrl Roux' Dolores N ad o n. Lois Sc-hinidl. Marilyn Sta-cle, Dorothy While. l"lorem'e Lolnner. David Sullivan. Frank Svllaffc-r. David Ullo. Sf-rmul lfmr: .Ioan Saarvla. Mary Z1-uli. YQ-rliv Spjnl. llivhard Junker. llolm Svhc-ll. lxl2lI'jJ,2ll'l'l llallquisl. .lean Nel- son. Rosa Illllllllll. Firwi lfozrz' Irina llallllwrg. Ira Yaun xYill'll4'l'. Dorothy Bloom, Phyllis Var- lvr. llonna Rool. Verna Ilufl. Ralph Javolison. Ililliain Tllenge. MISS LIES' IIOME ROOM Second Rom: Carolyn Tungseth, Violet Anderson, Donna Russell. Jeanette Roettger, Elinor Sanderson, Dolores Meinke, Shirley Carlson, Marion Carl' son, Mary Dahlberg. First Razr: Lorraine Olson, Viola Nel- son, Elaine Anderson. -lane Ilenley, Audrey Lueck, Dorothy Arbo, Ilelen Lindberg. MR. SANDHOFFS HOME ROOM Norman Dornfeld, Frank Erlitz, Har- old Ulrich, Eugene Prihnow, William Schafer, Stephen Powell. MR. BI'RMEISTER'S IIOME ROOM Third How: Albert Heaudct. Lyle Ilud- son, Joseph Nolde. Roger Bc-vker, Bill Johnson, Dwight I'lt'lill1l1ll, Gordon Wel- shons. Svrfnzrl Rolf: Leon Ilarvieux. Tom Seim. .Xllan Rt-ieliow. Donald Lohman, Lloyd Goble. Dale .Iat'ohson. Gerald Rylander. Firsf Row: William Hurd. Ivan Roett- ger. .Iohn frimniins, Merrill Lassen, Louis Voloinlio, Frank Sleinmctz. Eighth grade Wins debate trophyg , collects ictrola records for scrjafii MISS NOL.-KN'S HOME ROONI Fuurill Row: Dorothy Mer-lu-Ike. Bev- erly Crozier. Lloyd Johnson. Betty Mic-liels. Jack lveiss, Ric-harcl Emanuel- son, Shirley Schwanke. Mir-hael llurley. Third Row: blaryella Connors. Patricia Cates, Dorothy Kulz. Ya-rlie Roettgz-r, Kathleen Finnegan. Belly Wall, Joan Krueger, Jean Salrnore. Sl'f'UIHIIfU1l'f Robert Gelhar, Violet Sclileusner. Hob lNIurphy. Mary Han- sen. Mal:-ohn Brown. Mary Mc-Kiiipglil. Adair Wilson. First Raw: G1-org.g'e Iserinann. Eilwarml Seliinuelske. Edwin Ballanz, Grave Griinsley. Joyce Linnvr, Geralmlrvlleide- man, Lester Thompson. MISS KUNDE'S HOME ROOM Fourfh Row: lNIarjorie Hooley, lNIarean Hauck. Yvonne Hoyoss, Evelyn Brug- gemann. Robert Groth. Robert Bros- trom, Donald Erlitz, Earl Huston. Thin! Row: Leslie Emanuelson, Laverne Pilrain. Shirley Dalluhn, Charles Po- nath, Ric-hard Akey, Leora De Chaine, Lillian Radinzel, Charles Brower. Seroml Ifozv: Dick Lyons. John Gatzke, Richard Hansen. Joan Roettger. Jerry Downs Donald Callahan, Jerry Lynch. Firsf Row: Marvin Reiland, Marilyn Meister, Joyce Lueken, Jeanette Mc- Phetres, Jean Pretzel, Donna Harsh, Robert lNIcDonough. 6 I i E 8 5 Q ? -fi K' - .?.+lf" Q ' MISS JAMES' HOME ROOM Fozzrflz Razr: James Kriesel. Robert Jen sen. Yvillizun llarrison. Gail Nolef Helen Sunllin. Elaine Roettger, Lorrain Lutz. Third Row: Anna lNIae Humphrey! Leona Kiniker, Joan Kearney, Dal- llamlrlalz, Blarion Wagner, hlarcia Sem pe-l, lloniania Nievenz, Swfoml Rom: Bobby Peterson, Donal llenne, Dim-k Jeans, Donna Petersoi James Ponath, Donald Kuhn, Richar Shattuc-k. i l"ir.s'f Row: Gretchen Tobisc-h. Doroth. Lagerstedt, Mildred Sc-hrank, Virgen Johnson, Delphine Humphreys, Mar, SchadeggQ Gloria Mockler. Seventh grade Wins Citizenship trophy for first semesterg holds a class skating part MISS K'OSTICI.LO'S HOME ROOM I'l01lV'flI lcllllf xvllllillll Sc-heel. David Sl'll1lill'I', Donalcl Teske. I3eltyL011.Ioln1- son. .Iac-k Reynolils. .Iohn Moody. Roger Lechlingf. Frank Stewart. Billy Loft. Third lfoug' Rim-liarml Sanmlahl. Frank Tobism-h. llary .Xleorn. Dorothy Sim- onel. Suzanne Slussi. Herbert Tuenge. Dolores Kress. Gerald INIurphy. Free- man Laxon. Svwmzrl lfozv: Jim Jeans. Barbara Gle- Ill2lli43l'. John TllOlllpSOll. Leon Skeivik, Lorna Kriesel. Jane Sonnners. James Seihcrlieh. Herbert Irvin. lwrxf Row: James Seim. .Io Ann Iveise, Shirley Jarehow. Carol Ilallquist. Mar- garet Kress. Norma Kriescl, Dorothy Novi-like. Davicl I.iuner. MISS SJORDALF- HOME ROOM Third Row: Gladys Mm,-Comher. June Al:-orn. Caroline Garavaglia. Dorolhy Colm-h. Beverly Froehner. Corrine Dal- luhn. Lavera Bahlmann. Szlrozzrl Row: Barbara Banerofl. Doris Larson. Wynetta Morgan. Virginia Loh- man. INIary U'Neal. Shirley Anderson, Florence Blarclaus. Firsf Row: Ileana Dahlberg. Louise Nlardaus. Beverly Peterson. Jean Downs, Ruth Ponath. Barbara Gast. M-ISS POZZINIS HOME ROOM Fourth Row: Richard Pominville, Doug- las Roloff. John Estelle. Robert Ponath, Jerome Toinpkiiis. David Bonse, Gerald Burke. Ralph Kriesel. Third Iillllf Robert Granquist, Joanne Smith. Marjorie Sjohohn. Mary Mech- elke. Grave Olson. Dorothy IVestberg, Vernon Dahlke. Roger Jacobson. Second Row: Roger Buege, Eugene Froehner. Ric-hard Mr-Avoy, Earl Rad- iuzel. Evan Williams. Floyd Lemon, Vernon Ceflarhlooni, IYarren Pabst. First Row: Lorna Skralnslad. Bonnie Weiss. Charles Gardner, Charles Hoo- ley. Eiigeiie O'Neal, Robert Bachelder, Patricia 0'Neal, Muriel Thompson. Varied sports help us to grow . . . Basketball team Wins 7 out of games BASKETBALL SQUAD Third Rout Beauflet, Crozier, Jacobson, Haefner, Johnson. YYelshons, lNIr. Bur- meister. coach, I Second Rout Sullivan, Stewart. Rcdpath. Chial. Steiumetz. 0 Firxt Row: Radflatz, Schell. VVhere are the boys at this sun- light hop? 70 junior High presents Talent Show Marc lNIiss James' advisory gives 'MllOII1'S Diary" in 2lSS9Illllly and Talent Show. JUNIOR HIGH ARROW STAFF Standing: LaMere. Kutz, Miller, Nelson, Helen Ann Johnson, Knefelkamp, Peu- len, H. Johnson. Burris. Grotli. 0 Thirfl Row: Kollander, Gagnon, Ponathx 0 Second Razr: Simonet. Curley. T nk, son, GI'llIlSlCj'. Dalilberg. R- ey. 0 First Row: Schwartz. Y ' . '. S ai, by Olstad. Lofgren, Slnittu ' Y' wvfx is H eg V? 1515552 f 6 , M ' A a X 2, 3 ? N 3 3 x u ,I W H4fif,f5??ES , 122. X 1 ,. an, Q 2. 5, N -vi 5 .wk B. X . 3 'V 2" ' I 5 . ., Y '3 Ezi 7 . A lnwzfgggf ' xii?- Q 4. ' . ,..- s ifavigffuh .i,A I 9. V EQQiQ4mg!QEql!ff , A V h'--1t , igiului -3 va f 1 J'-ff 4 M. Q1 L-im-flu K QW .L ,W .R S3152 'F""'1'.4,a'x V 't"'f3?IlMMf" .,-v. ,.,,x.w h 'cm-,,g,,,,.-3' ,jew-f'S' ' U I :.,.. f , ix .rr .ff if 'Y s il ' A 'V' .ff 1 I ns WE 5 'fwg a ,r fE!?2a? Q fffffhff ff!! 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Train for a Better Position 63 East Fifth Saint Paul, Street Minnesota near Cedar Cedar 5333 PRACTICAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Accredited by The National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools 74 . 5 I 11 P X' 1 XT:-I F1 ' is wvv V H" 5, Q10 f . ' , 3 ex 45359 c ff' -HQ: N 1,-:MQ I V ,4.quQ'i,v Q 4 ,nk 115 'X .f -:Q . life!! Ylguegw v xx f,,,.,NL' I-Qszsf 2:5-in-,P if ,, f X " X lv' ps., """" f - "'t'sle,. .L Eff '- ' ' 24" Friends who contributed S10 . . . Berg Drug 8: Beauty Salon, Bayport Northern States Power C0 Bluff City Lumber Co. Oak Glenn Farm Dairy Connolly Shoe Co. Sanitary Dairy Consolidated Lumber Co. Silnonet Furniture Co. Janda, Lguig, CO, Stillwater Hardware Co. Kolliners, Inc, Tobisch, Frank, Florist Kolliner St. Croix Garment Co. Girl Graduates of N STILLWATER HIGH SCHOOL BLIPS Secretarial Civil Service College for Girls All our graduates have been placed. No previous commercial training necessary for entrance, but you must be a High School Graduate to enter. No contract to sign. No set length of time to attend, but don't Wait. Enter now. Many new positions are being created. There will be one Waiting for you when you are ready a few months later on. Tuition S18 a month, payable one month at a time. Many classes from which to choose. We especially rec- ommend our Civil Service courses. Summer quarter classes begin June 1, 8, 22 Fall quarter classes begin September 8, 14, 21 Write, Telephone, or Visit us for complete information CABLE' S SECRETARIAL-CIVIL SERVICE COLLEGE Ashton Bldg., 1547 University Ave., near Snelling-St. Paul-Phone MI. 9644 I-J Friends who contributed S6 Anderson Shoe Store Carlson Bros. Service Station Commander Elevator Co. Curtis, Tom, Fuel Sz Feed Co. Farmers and ltlerchants State Friendly Valley Motor, Inc. Gaalaas, Peder, Jeweler Grand Cafe Hanson, H. W., Clothing Hanson Meat Market Hooley South Hill Market Inter-State Lumber Co. Jones Funeral Home Kilty, John J., Company Krueger Meat Co. Bank Linner Electric Shop Linner, Lawrence NV. lVIadden Oil Co. lVIinnesota ltlereantile Co. Olson Department Store Post-hlessenger Prince-Joy Agency Ryden X Holquist Grocery St. Croix Drug Co. Shorty, The Cleaner Save-U-fMoney Store Stillwater Recreation Thoinpson Hardware Co. Washington Federal Savings Sz Loan Association Friends who contributed S5 N.-3. Andersen Foundry Co., Bayport Auditorium K ltlajestie Theatres Beaudet, J. E., Nlonument Works Erickson Furniture Co. Coggin, J. A., Candy Co. Kearney Food Market Maple Island Farm Dairy lllinnesota Cleaners Sz Dyers Public Provision Co. Purity Ice Cream Co. St. Croix Bus Co. Stillwater Insurance Agency Stillwater llflanufacturing Company Stillwater lVIotor Co. Donated 284.00 Donated 52.00 Siegfried, George. Sr., Lake Elmo Collsolirlalccl Lumber Co., lNlarinc Stillwater Book Store .Iavk's Food Market Taylor, Dr. Arthur Lott Nlotor Company lIcGrath. Ralph VV. Donated Robertson Grocery Stillwater Implement Sz Supply Co. Stlllwater Taxi whim Pine Inu Strand, R. li.. Nlarinc Wade's and Dob's Station. Buyport XVicr, Leonard, Lake Elmo GUSTAVUS ADULPHUS COLLEGE ST. PETER, MINN. !ln1l0unCeS Ll "Victory Training Program" 0 Pre-Engineering Q 0 Military Training 0 Pre-Medicine bbv .f 0 Aviation Requirements ' Pre-Dentistry ' is 0 Pre-Nursing 0 Social Work 0 Medical Technology 0 Secretarial Work Z zzll llzl ' Radio Technician SUMMER SESSION JUNE 15-AUGUST 8 FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14 Address all inquiries to MR. EDDIE W. JOHNSON, Field Secretary 77 fesk 157 A Q ,ff Additional -il f I 4 : - 'X ' 1 . , I , rx- Kin? ' B E. .J 4, , ff' f I, , Abercrombie, James A. D. Albertson's Standard Service, ll Arndt, Paul Bayport Root Beer Stand Becker Service Station Ben Franklin Store Berger, Ray, Bayport Bloom lNIotor Co. Brodeen. R. G., D.D.S. Bronson-Folsom Co., Grocery Brookman, BI. J., Lake Elmo Bruce, E. P. Bunce. YY. E., D.D.S. Carlberg, Jeweler Carlson, Dr. Russell Carlsonls Grocery, Bayport Chatterton, Bud Collinge, Dr. VV. C. Darrington, Dr. T. Mi. Davis, hlrs. Jed DeCurtins, John, Sr. DeLuXe Beauty Shop Economy Printing Co. Iarine Ecker, Ben Elmo Inn Ernie's Barber Shop, Bayport Fazendin's Store Font, Dr. Paul Frosty Foods ., f,' J - .fy ' xh ' ' ,M , Gardner, James Giebler llleat lliarkct Gramenz, F. A., Bayport Greeder, William Hart, YV. P. Hokenson, Avery, Bayport Humphrey, Dr. W. R. Huss Bakery, Bayport Jackson, John W. Jerry's Service Station - Johnson, Leonard R. Johnson, Roy F. Johnson, Wm. T. Josewski, Dr. R. J. Kalinoff, Dr. D. Kalinoff, Frederick, D.D.S. Koller, J. E., Oak Park Contributors Lake Elmo Oil Co. Lehmicke, Albert J., Jr. Lindbloom, Milton Linquist Auto Service, Bayport Loft, Merle V. Loretta Sz lllyrtlels Beauty Shop Lowell Inn Luhman, Mrs. Oscar lNIable's House of Beauty hlagnuson, Dr. H. N. llaher, Thomas H. lNIcAlpine, Grace lXIcCarten, Dr. F. DI. Nloose Oil Co. Neumeier, Karl G. Nippoldt, Arnold, Lake Elmo O'Brien, R. J., D.D.S., Bayport O r L C' Oak Park Garage Oredson, E., Drug Co. Pauley-Torsch Barbers Peterson, Reuben C. Reed Cut Rate Drug Rice, Vincent II. Samson, E. R., BLD. Schaffer, Inc., Grocery Schneider, P. O.. Lake Elmo Shannon lllillinery Sz Beauty Shop Sheils, G. A., D.D.S. Simonet, Edward YV. Soekness, Lyle, Bayport State Bank of Lake Elmo Stenlund's Grocery, Bayport Stewart Confectionery Strand, E. V., BLD., Bayport Stuhr, J. W., llfI.D. Taylor, Dr. L. W. Thelen, Edward Tillie's Beauty Shop Torinus, L. E., J1'. Washington County Co-op. Assn. Wteiss, Harry B. Vllihren, Sidney lVilson, Chester Witti, George lVright, Gene Zolldan, Harold ik ' if f , E42-1 X Q15-5 , , Nxt.. .Q-fi-.TZ,.3 m Possessing an Earnest Desire to Cooperate with You in Formulating Your Yearbook Plans FINE PRIHTIDG PLHTES FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Graduates are assisted in securing desirable positions. An active Employment Department keeps in close touch with business offices. Business executives seek our graduates because they have found that they are trained to make good. Further Information on Request To help you in planning your career, at your request We shall be glad to send you complete details of courses, rates, and time required. Write, phone, or visit the school, without obligation. GLOBE BUSINESS COLLEGE 7th and Cedar Streets SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA Member of the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools S0 Qur Account of the "School Days" Game Signal .lutuinnffirst quarter S lndian Summer-second quarter Christmas vacation--intermission Winter-third quarter Spring-fourth quarter First Quarter Q-Officials blew the starting whistle and all trooped in for the grand opening. 10-VVe all followed the preliminary kick- as it soared upward with the i'Robins.U Q4-Had the final election for the all-team captain" during this quarter, and enthusiasti- cally chose Roy Erhorn. Sept. Q5-The festivities started when the Amer- ican Song Bag Company entertained the "as- sembled" spectators. Oct. 14, 16-The Sophomore, Junior and Senior teams had Uinterclass debates" over "compul- sory conscriptionu which ended in a decision for . the Senior teams. Oct. 23-Q4-Faculty left for M.E.A. to confer on new rulings, and returned with many worth- while suggestions. Nov. 7-Many of the girls entertained the play- ers at the "Sadie Hawkins" booth during a time i out. Nov. 11-Inspiring speakers warned us of the dangerous plays ahead, after which we scattered to amuse ourselves before the playing was re- f sumed. 81 Second Quarter Nov. 14-Our parents arrived to see how we were getting along, and conferred with the of- ficials on our individual progress. Nov. 18-Senior students at the game got up to present a play called f'June Mad? We all crowd- ed around to watch them give a record per- formance. Nov. 19-Q0-"Time outv was welcomed by all as we thankfully went to the 'Thanksgivingu boothg there we enjoyed a large feast. Nov. Q5-The world famous magician "Heaney,' arrived just in time to show us many miracles. Nov. Q8-Some of the boys in the Hi-Y section presented a little 'fsidelinei' show to raise money and brighten Christmas for needy children. Dee. 19-Sophomores at the game left for a while in order to attend their class party. Edwin Rowlands showed all of us at the game "famous name' autographs from all over the world. Intermission Dec. 19-Jan. 5-During this time we enjoyed many 'ivacationn pleasures and parties. i Third Quarter Jan. 13-Three songsters called "The Nelidoff Trio" performed for us all. Jan. 29-"Talkies" were presented by Dan Stiles which showed wonderful scenes of New England. Feb. 6-'7-"Rooters" on the debate team left for the Gustavus Adolphus Debate Tournament. Feb. 13-14-Talented students presented the all-team sponsored Shakespeare's Dream called S'Charlie's Aunt." Feb. 19-With and without the use of our ex- ceptional Hfield lightsf' we watched an electrical demonstration by Harry White. Feb. 26-Those with exceptional speaking abil- ity went to the South St. Paul District Speech Contest. March 9-13-Everyone took "time out', while we breathlessly watched our basketball team progress to the semi-finals in the District Tourn- ament. lVIarch 16-John Dix went to South St. Paul to compete in the Regional Speech Contest after receiving a "superior" rating in our district. March 19-One of the trickiest 'iplays of the season" was that presented by the "junior teamw called the Junior High Talent Show. Fourth Quarter l April 10-Senior "team members" returned at- l tired in "Crazy Dayu costumes ready for fun 1 and frolic. April Q4-The combined teamwork of the Band Orchestra, and Choir squads presented a pr' gram filled with enjoyment for us. lNIay 8-All went to see the "Juniors,' tr put on C'American Passport play" concerning up-to-date American family. Nlay IQ-The most active members of the 'Cac tivity team" attended the Activity Banquet, where awards to the outstanding players were presented. l May 21-Senior Nplayersu will leave after the Senior Assembly to "play" away the afternoon at their annual picnic. 4 May QQ-Junior and Senior team members will 1 attend the Prom on this evening all in uniform. This Kteamworku is always given the highest l rating by the students. l May 24-Q6-28-Seniors will have the spotlight in l the closing moments of the game during Bac- calaureate, Class Night, and Commencement ex- ercises. We have done our best and as the gun l sounds and we receive the final Uscorev we shall . l be looking ahead to see our prospects for the next "game" awaiting us. 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