Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)
- Class of 1927
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The 1927 Yaharfa
Published by fGhe Senior Class
Stoughton High School
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President ....... .... O scam JENSEN
Vice President .... ......... K AREN OLSON
Svcrf-tary ...... . . .JEANNETTE ANDERSON
fl'rea.s-urer ..... M11:l.vxN LVRAAS
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Band 2, 34 Orchestra 2,
34 Glee Club 34 Glee
Club Play 3.
"Strange to the 'world he
.swore a banhf-ul look.
The fields his study-
nature 'wax hir book."
Campfire 1, 2, 3, 4-.
Club 2, 3, 43 Class Sec-
retary 2, 4-4 Junior
Class Playg Dramatic
Club 4-4 Philomathia 2,
"A sparkling little elf ix
Always happy and care-
Classical Club 3: Foot-
ball 4-3 Yahara Stall' 4-4
Baseball 4-4 Interclass
Basketball 3, 4-.
"-Studioun of ease and
foml of humble things."
Glee Club 24 Band 3,
4-3 Hi-Y 3, 4-, fPresi-
dent 3, 4-Q4 Class Vice
"f7onz'er.nation ix the Ia-
boratory and workshop
of the student."
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"Q'uieter than the quiet-
Class Basketball 3, 43
Track Manager 1, 2, 33
"Room! Make way!
Hunger eommandsj I
Basketball 3, 4-3 Pep
Club 24 Glee Club 1, 2,
33 Dramatic Club 4g
Baseball 4-4 Cheer
Leader l, 2, 34 Band 13
Glee Club Play 2, 3.
"In peppy 'Hank' Yuu'lI
Sparkling mischief in
Stoughton High School
1926: T. T. C. Round
"Here's to one who'II not
But Lv and stays a stead-
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Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
G. A. A. 2, 3, 44 Classi-
cal Club 2, 3, 4: Basket
Ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Double
Sextette 3, Glee Club
Play 3, 4-.
"Her penmanvship is a
'work of art."
Radio Club 3, 4-g Hi-Y
Club 3, 4-g Vice Presi-
dent -I-3 Junior Class
Play QBusiness Man-
agerjg Prom Commit-
tee 3, School Reporter
"Gen-ins is eternal pa-
Band 1, 2, 3, 4-: Glee
Club 4-g Interclass Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4-4 Dra-
matic Club 4-g Junior
Class Play, Yahara
Stal? 4-q Glee Club
Play -l-g Debate Club 4,
Orchestra 2, 3.
"Still born to improve u.v
in awry part
Hix pencil our fares. his
manners our heart."
Edgerton High School
19263 T. T. C. Round
"True blue-witty too."
Hi-Y Club 34 Inter-
class Basketball 3, 4-.
"Theo on! Than on!
Where rluty Ieadx
.lly rourzfo be onward
Glee Club lg G. A. A.
2, 3, -tg Junior Class
Play 34 Philomathia 3,
4-g Dramatic Club 4-4
French Club -I-4 Secre-
tary and Treasurer
"Never idlw ll moment.
but .thrifty and
thoughtful of others."
Glee Club 1, 24 Inter-
class Basketball 1, 2.
"Gay as the gilded sum-
Stoughton High School
1926g T. T. C. Round
"She'Il zlnnro her way
Forgrftful of all care anrl
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Track 14 Basketball 24
Classical Club 2, 34 Hi-
Y 2, 3, 4-4 Secretary 3,
44 Oratory 3, 4-4 Edi-
tor-in-Chief of Yahara4
Debate Club 4-4 Dru-
matic Club 4-4 Student
"Few thingx are impos-
nible to diligence null
"'When- words are .wr-nrr-w
they are seldom spoken
Hi-Y 3, 44 Interclass
Basketball 3, 4.
"JI 0 d e s t y becomes a
Glee Club 14 Campfire
"Con-tent thyself to ln'
o:m1u1n:n1o1o1nq 2 0
Glee Club 14 lnterclass
Basketball 3, 4-.
"Honest labor is its own
NIARGARET . .
Philomathia 72, 3, 4-4
French 84 Glee Club 3,
-4-4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4-4
President 3, 4-4 Ath-
letic Board 44 Student
Council 44 Vice Presi-
dent Campfire 2, 3. 4-4
President 4-4 Dramatic
Club 4-4 Glee Club Play
34 Junior Class Play4
Declamatory 3, 4.
"With mirth and lnuqh-
ter let oI1l wrinkle.-r
Rather than my heart
mul with mortifying
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"It is a friendly heart
that has plenty of
Campfire 1, 2, 3, 4-.1
Treasurer 24 Glee Club
1, 3, 4-4 Classical Club
1, 2, 3, 4-4 Philomathia
2, 3, 4-4 Class Vice
President 24 G. A. A.
2, 3, 4-4 Vice President
4-4 Dramatic Club 4-4
Glee Club Play 3, 44
Junior Class Play.
"The rising hluxheu which
her cheeku o'er xprearl
Are openinq blushes in a
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Band 2. 3. 4-, Vice
President 4-, Junior
Class Play, Football
3, Dramatic 4, Glee
Club Play 3.
"'E'ver let the fancy roam
Pleaerure 11e'ver is at
Yahara Staff 3, 4,
Football 4, lnterclass
basketball 3, 4, Radio
Club 3, 4, Classical
Club 3, Class Vice
President 1, Baseball
4-, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4-.
"Reading maketh a full
Writing, an ezrart mlm."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 2, 3, 4-, Basket
ball 2, 3, 4, French
Club 3, 4, Dramatic
Club 4-, Hi-Y Club 41,
lnterclass Basketball 1,
2, Pep Club 2, Foot-
ball 3, Glee Club Play
1, 3, 4-.
"ln the spring a young
Lightly turns to thoughts
Campfire 1, 2, 3, 4,
Philomathia 2, 3, 4-,
Secretary 3, G. A. A.
2, 3, 4-, Classical Club
1, 2, 3, 4, President' 3,
4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4-,
Sextet 4, Pep Club 2,
Dramatic Club 3, 4-,
Treasurer 4, Student A
Council 3, 4, President ,
4-, Debate Club 4-, Ath- '
letic Board 4, Presi-
dent 4-, Junior Class
Play, Junior Prom '
"Nothing great was ever
achieved without en- '
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Entered as senior of
East Side High School,
Madison, VVisconsin ,
Glee Club 1, 2, 4-.I
"When xhe had passed it
seemed like the ceasing
of exquisite music."
Glee Club 2, 3, 2, Bas-
ketball 2, 4-, Track 2,
3, 4-, Football 3, 4,
Athletic Board 2, Jun-
ior Class Play 3, Class
President 2, 3, 4-, Stu-
dent Council 2, 3, 4-.
"The lring'x jeater had
nothing on him."
JOHNSON, CASSVIE H.
Glee Club 1, Junior
Class Play 3.
"A contented spirit is the
sweet-ness of ez-istem'e."
Stoughton High School
1925, T. T. C. Round
"A Iwags faithful-
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Edgerton High School
1926, 'l'. 'l'. C. Round
"A dainty size.
Classical Club 1, 2, 3,
4-4 Radio Club 3, 4,
Glee Club 44 Yahara lg
Male Trio -ig Business
Manager of the Junior
Class Play: Manager
and Treasurer of Ath-
letic Association 4-.
"Work 'while you work
and play 'while you
Glee Club 3, 44 Track
3g Class Basketball 1,
2. 3, 44 Junior Class
'Learn all you ran:
Leave the rest."
Ulee Club 3, 4-Q French
Club 3, 43 Junior Class
Play: Glee Club Plays
3, 4-g Campfire ig
'Her 'very frown.-f are
1'han smiles of other
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KINNEY, B1-:A'rmcr: M
ingredient of genius."
KRAIG1-zu, Mmnnmn C
Girls' Glee Club 1
Classical Club 1, 2, 3
4-g Vice President 3
Philomathia 2, 3, 4-.
"Where rlirl you get your
eyes of blue?
Out of the sky as I came
Did not graduate.
KVALHEIM, ALMA M.
lg Philomathia 2, 3, 4:
Secretary 4-3 Classical
Club 2, 3, 4-g Junior
"Fairest and best
adorned is .vhe
Whose clothing is humil-
"Patience is ru lzecexmry
in C l rl
LEMON, HAZEL E.
Glee Club l, 2g French
"Her name is lemon, lm!
she's really a peach."
LESLIE, IRENE T.
Glee Club lg G. A. A.
2, 3, 4.
"Some think the world is
made for fun. and fro-
lic-and xo do I."
Graduate of Madison
East High, T. T. C.
"As we jo-urney through
Let'u play by the way."
Glee Club 1.
"Speaking silence is bet-
ter than senseless
Glee Club 3, 4: Glee
Club Plays 3. 4-g Hi-Y
Club 33 Hi-Y Quartet
4-g French Club 3
Class Treasurer 4.
"Life is not so short but
that there is always
time for courtesy."
French Club 3, 4,
"Always ready with a
RIONSON, LIILDRED A.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4-4
Girls' Sextette 3, 4-4
Philomathia 3,44 G. A.
A.3,4-3 Dramatic Club
4-4 Girls' Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4g Junior Class
Play, Glee Club Play
"Music her soft annua-
sive 'voice applies."
School 1926, T. T. C.
"Always gayest of the
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French Club 3: Foot-
ball 3: Interclass Bas-
ketball 3, 4: Baseball
4: Track 4.
"lien-reliorl of speeeh is
more than eloquem-e."
Oratory 1. F r en e h
Club 3, 4-, Junior Class
Play: Dramatic Club -L.
"All things eome arounrl
to him who will but
Stoughton High School
1926: 'l'. 'l'. C. Round
"Who has her for a
friend is lucky."
NYIlAGEN, LUCILLE M.
Lilee Club 2, 3, -L: See-
retary and Treasurer
-l-: Philomathia 2, 3, 4-:
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4-: Stu-
dent Council 4: Camp-
fire 1, 2, 3, 4-: Vice
President 3: French
Club 4: President 4:
Glee Club Play 3, -lf.
"She's true to her 'word
and her work and her
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Class President 1: In-
terclass Basketball 1:
Student Council l, 4:
Boys' Glee Club 2, 3:
4: French Club 3, 4:
I-li-Y Club 2, 8. 4:
Treasurer 4: Basket-
hall 2. 3 4-: Captain -I-:
Dramatic Club 4-:
Class Play 3. '
"1 will .vlriw with things
Yea, get the beller of
Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Class
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-:
Track Manager 1, 2,
3: Glee Club Play 1, 23.
"Health and eheerfulnexx
mutually lzeyet earh
OI.soN, KAIIFIN S.
Philomathia 2, Il, 4:
G. A. A. 2. 3, 4-: Girls'
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Secretary 2, Vice
President 4: Glee Club
Plays 3. 4: Sextette 2,
3, 4: Student Council
-L: Class Secretary 3:
Yahara Stall' -1-: Class
Vice President 4:
Campfire 4-: Pram
"Thane lovely lurks so
ll'ho.ve every a hair u
.-foul doth hind."
Campfire 1, 2, 3, 4:
Glee Club 3: Glee Club
"Her modexf looks lhe
foliage might adorn.
Sweet as the primrose
peeps beneath the
pm ce v rm
Stoughton High School
1926g T. T. C. Round
'The best thinys on earth
are done up in small
UTTESON, Amen M.
Philomathia 3, 4-5
French Club 3, -I-.
"Only s i I e n 1' e .vuileth
OTTESON, GRACE O.
French Club 3, 4-.
"A cracker jar-lr typist ix
.-Ind ax neal as 1-an be."
OWEN, Vlom-:'r M.
Entered as a sopho-
more from Janesville:
Debate Club 4-.
"Cookery is beeonze an
art, a 'noble xr'ie'nre."
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19263 T. T. C. Round
"For 'work or for play
On her 'we depend.
She'x a jolly good rom-
A mighty good friend."
Glee Club 3: French
Club 4-4 Intex-class
Basketball 2, 3, 4-3
"I'Ilgi1'e you leave to fall
me anything if you
don-'I eull me "spade"
Stoughton High School
1926, T. T. C. Round
Fair and free
Nothing is there
That bothers me."
Classical Club 1, 2, 8,
Camp Fire 1, 2, 3, 4-4
Pep Club 2, 3, Girls'
Glee Club 2, 3, 4-g
Prom Committee 3,
Class Play 3, De-
clamatory 1, 2: Pyth-
ian Cup 1, 2, District
Declamatory 1, 2, Dra-
matic Club 3, 4: Presi-
dent -l-g Yahara Stall'
4-g Student Council 4-4
Glee Club Play 3, 4-.
"When thou dost acl, men
think it not play, but
all they see ls real."
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Boys' Glec Club 2, 3,
44 President 44 Debate
Club 4-4 Radio Club 34
Dramatic Club 3, 44
Vice President 44 In-
terclass Basketball 1,
2, 34 Band 34 Junior
Class Play4 Debate
Team 44 Football 44
Glee Club Play 3, 44
Oratory 1, 2, 3g Stu-
dent Council 4.
"Almost fo all things
ruuld lu' furn his
Interclass Basketball 1.
24 Radio Club 34 Hi-Y
44 Basketball 3, 44
Football 44 Track
'On their own, merits
.lloalext men are silent."
Band 2, 8, 44 G-lee Club
1, 2, 3, 44 Interclass
Basketball 3, 44 Pep
Club 24 Glee Club Play
l, 3, 4-.
'A little non.-renee nozc'
lx relixherl by the 'wizwsl
Football 2, 3, 44 Cap-
tain 44 Track 2, 3, 44
Basketball 2, 3, 44
bthletie Board 3, 44
Student Council 44 Ra-
dio Club 44 Presidc-nt4
Hi-Y 44 Hi-Y Quar-
tette 44 Holder of the
Spade 34 Baseball 4.
Tomorrow Iel's meet
and either do or die."
Camp Fire 1, 2, 3, 44
Pep Club 24 Junior
Class Playg Ydhara
Staffg Dramatic Club 4.
"It is better to be out of
the world than out of
STM, EDNA BERNICE
"In the moment of our
talking envious time
has passed away."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 44
Glee Club Play 1, 44
Hi-Y Club 3, 44 Radio
Club 3, 44 Football 1,
2, 3, 44 Basketball
Squad 44 Track 1, 2, 3,
44 Baseball 4.
"The manly part is to do
with might and main
what I can do."
Verona High School
19263 T. '1'. C. Round
"It is well to be of with
the old love before you
are an with the new."
Football 3, 44 Track 2,
4-4 Basketball 3, 44
"Action is eloquence."
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Stoughton High School
1926: T. T. C. Round
"lVhatez'er is worth alo-
ing at all is worth flu-
Football 2, 43 Basket-
ball 4-3 Track 2g Buse-
"Do all you eau but IIon't
can all you do."
'IlUSI,ER, DoLonr:s G.
Glee Club 13 Philoma-
thia 3, 43 Treasurer 43
G. A. A. 3, 43 French
Club 43 Dramatic Club
4-3 Debate Club 4.
"She is pretty to walk
And 'witty to talk with
And pleasant to think
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4-3
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 In-
terclass Basketball 1,
2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2.
Declainatory 33 Camp
Fire 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Drama-
tic Club 43 Glee Club
Play 3, 43 Athletic
Board 33 Secretary.
"What else can joy be
but difusing joy?"
Entered as Sophomore
from Madison Central3
Glee Club 3, 43 Track
3, 4-3 Glee Club Plays
3, 43 Interclass Basket-
ball 2, 8, 43 Debate
Club President 4-3 'Hi-
Y 43 Dramatic Club
4-3 Student Council 4.
"Happy am I. from rare
I am free
ll'hy aren't they all ron-
tented like me?"
VEA, KATIIIIINI-: B.
Student Council 1, 4-3
Sextette 2, 3, 43 Class
Campfire 1, 2, 3, 4-3
Classieal Club 1, 2, 33
Debate Club 43 Dra-
matic Club 43 French
Club 43 Junior Class
Play3 Glee Club 1, 2,
8, 43 Philomathia 2, 3,
43 President 4-3 Holder
of the Spoon 33 Honor
Society 3, 43 Yahara
"The rule of my life is
to make business my
pleasure and pleasure
VENDEN, SI-:LMA T.
Glee Club 13 Philoma-
thia, 2, 3, 43 Vice Presi-
dent 33 Debate Club 4.
'Eraetness in little things
is a wonderful szmree
Sun Prairie High
School 1926, T. T. C.
".-I helping hand she'll
Anfl gains mneh friend-
ship in- the end."'
DeForest High School
19263 T. T. C. Round
"Auburn hair and a
heart as golden."
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Last will and testament of the Senior Class of 1927 of Stoughton High School.
We, the Senior Class of the S. H. S., being of sound mind and body, do hereby
solemnly bequeath to the Junior Class our dignity as Seniors, our love for the
faculty, our loyalty to our school.
Second. To the unsophisticated and obstreperous Sophs we bequeath our spiz-
zerinktum if they dare accept it.
Third. To the verdant, mediocre Frosh we bequeath our worldliness and desire
to fill the carnial cavity with erudite decorum.
Lastly. We command various students of this school to observe, pursue, and
comprehend the following bequests:
l. Jeanette Anderson wills her flagpole physique to Shorty Amundson.
2. To Anna Nordlie we bequeath Hazel Spilde's make-up material including
1 box face powder and two powder puffs.
3. To Speed Quam we bequeath Claire Se-verson's best pal, Lady Nicotine.
4-. To Walter Holm we bequeath Sanford Turner's vast knowledge of the
manly art of fussing as taught by Robert Sampson.
5. Hank Bjoin wills his love for the institution we are now leaving to Hegbert
6. To Horse Nygaard we bequeath Frank Hennie's athletic prowess and his
wonderful skill with the billiard.
7. To Harold Hoverson we bequeath Ernest Espelie's excessive fat and double
8. To Arne Stensby, Bob Scott leaves his pugilistic nature.
9. To Eyvind Felland we bequeath Hillard Dahle's love for the opposite sex
and his extraordinary means of courtship.
10. To Lydia Kaupanger we bequeath Joy Usher's lessons on Silence is Golden.
ll To the Randecker Twins Grace Otteson bequeaths her skill on the type-
12. To Bill Amundson we bequeath Trace Christenson's lengthy courtship.
13. To Mildred Halverson we bequeath Ruth Hoover's Hirtatious goo-goo eyes.
141. To Mildred Hocking we bequeath Evy Olson's ability to lose weight.
15. To the composer of next year's Class Will, Karen Roe leaves her hardships
in finding something amiable and complimentary to say in the foregoing
In all sincerity we bequeath our deepest sympathy to the faculty for their un-
tiring efforts to make geniuses of the class that came into the high school heralded as
the greenest of Freshmen. We do hereby bequeath our love for the under classmen
that they may enjoy the marks we did. We do also hereby bequeath the following
advice to the faculty:
l. Don't ask for permits,-maybe the person concerned skipped school.
2 Don't tell students that a certain amount of work must be done, for they may
not like to do it.
3. Don't assign long lessons, for there may be someone foolish enough to take
you at your word.
4-. Don't stop a little fun that happens to occur in our class, for maybe that
is the only thing the student has enjoyed in your class for a month.
5. Don't scold. There are a few in this high school who have so much gray
matter between their ears that what is said can not go in one ear and
out the other.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President ..................... Q ....... MILDRED HALK'ERSON
Vice President .... .... F LORENCE OLSON
Secretary ..... .... H EGBERT HOLTAN
Treasurer .... .... A Lv1N NYGAARD
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Sncoxn Row-llondclmgcn, Borrud, liothun, Bradley.
'l'mnu Row-Iiratvold, Burdick, Cliristizmscn, Christiunson. Dorlamd, Dux:-.tud. Ellickson.
FflI'R'l'Il llow-Ellingson, Farr, A. Fcllzlnd, U. l"clland, O. Fcllaml, Foss, Fries.
Fu-'rn R!lVVfFlll'SK'tll, M. Gilhcrtson, S. U-illmcrtr-son, Gordon, Grcgrrson, Uronlid, I'llll1g'l'll.
DOINGS OF THE CLASS OF '28
Competition is the life of everything-:nt least everyone faces keen competition
when he tries to excel our capable Junior Class-the live yet friendly rival of all the
classcs in S. H. S.
VVhcn we arrived on the fifteenth of September. we immcditely started work
under the supervision of our capable adviser, Miss Kinsman.
In athletics our class was quite well represented-thc class star in football he-
ing "Horse" Nygaard. He, too, played a commendable game of baskethallg then
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'l'on- Row-Halverson, E. Hanson, H. Hanson, M. Hanson.
Sncosn Row-N. Hanson, Ii. Hanson, Hawley, L. Hocking.
Tnmn Row-M. Hocking, Hoiberg, Holmes, Holtan, Hoover, Hove-rson. Ives.
l"ol'u'rn Rum'-Jensen, C. Johnson, M. Johnson, Jorgenson. Joranger, Keenan, Kaupaugzer.
Bo'r'ronn Row-Kvalheim, La Fleur, Larson, Levy, Leek. Leuthie, Lowry.
other men who represented us in basketball were Harold Hoverson, whom we re-
member for the baskets he shot at the Edgerton game here, and IValter Holmes, that
The Junior class was strong enough to go through the Interelass Basketball
Tournament without defeat. In other words we were the winners! Our boys and
girls both put up a strong fight with their fast and ready teams.
Our classmen also were interested in public-speaking. In fact. from our class
Came the backbone of this year's debate team. Mildred Halverson and Lydia Kau-
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Toi' Row-McCall, McCarthy, Mickelson, Midgard.
Slicoxn Row-Nelson, Norrllic. Norscther, Nygaard.
Tnmn Row-A. Olson, F. Olson, Orvold, J. Quani, P. Quinn, Randecker, Randecker.
Fomrrn Row-Rasmussen, Reinstarl, Sampson, Stenshy, Sundhy, Thorp, Thorson.
l3U'I'TODl Row-Vasencl, Vca, Vcsterdahl, VValdera, VVrig'ht.
panger on the affirmative, and Pearl Quam and Olaf Vea on the negative were able
and convincing speakers.
This year has gone along successfully thus far, and we are hoping that by
means of the prom we will gain for ourselves a reputation of being interesting and
most successful entertainers.
We feel that we have this year contributed some valuable talent to S. H. S., and
we will next year strive to continue our good work in order to make the Class of '28
one of the best of wl1icl1 our school has ever boasted.
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Presiderit ....... .... 1X Inav HALE
Vice President ..... .......... O LAF Rom
Secretary ...... .... H ERMAN fiJESTSON
Treasurer . . .ITOROTHY HA'rz1NGER
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Toi' ltow-Christianson, Currier, Hanson, Everson.
SIKTINID ltow-Gerard, llrickson, Prredeson. Cook, Hermanson.
'l'nmn ltow-Q'liristiansen, Halley, Greg-erson, Hale. Anderson. Hanson. Hove.
FOIlR'l'Il ltzwv-Gjetson, llatzingcr, Haugen, Hclickson. Bliornethun, Doolittle, Butler.
Fwrn Row-Haugen, Cliristianson, Hoibcrg, Christiansen. Halverson, Gilson.
Bo'r'roM ltow-lioltan, Ellickson, Haugen, Bjoin, Aaletli, Hale.
As all Freshmen will, we the class of '29, have finally hecome Sophomores:
VVh:it ,Lrrcat things that name means: VVc can now look down upon thc green Frcsliic
with pity. for wc have just passed through the crisis they will soon mcct.
Our class has many members of whom we may rightly he proud. It has contri-
hutcd a goodly numhcr to the school football squad and to the Glec Cluln Play.
Shorty Nicholas. who played the role of Babettc, proved himself very successful as
an actor. or should it he actress? Boris Schuster, the class representative of foot-
hall. also accredited himself and the class nohly by gaining a position on the school
dclmating tcam. Frank Currier and Boris are rivals for thc class choice in the ora-
torical contcst. The candidates for deelamatory are the same as last year, Henrietta
Onsrud and Mary Bjoin.
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'l'oP llow-llalvc-rson, Yttre, Sclnxstvr, Venni, Jacobson,
Slazcoxn liow-Larson, Johnson, Townsend, 'I'holo, ltoln-rts. Swan, Stogdill, Larson.
Turku liow-Unsrud, Skinnvr, Midgard, Ylvisakvr, Johnson, .le-nsvn. Staff, IVlvC'artlly
Fol'a'ru liow-Martin, l'glu1n, Jorgvnson, Johnson, Mm-laas. .lulsc-th. VVigsino0n. Stovkstad.
Quani, Nelson, Onsrud.
Fw'ru Row-NYaag, Romnc-s, Julseth, Nelson, Luraas, Unsrnd, Sivvrtson, Javoluson, Qnalc,
l5ll'l"l'0Iil liow-Hoe, Nichols, Klavson. Moe, Onsrud, Kvalhc-im, Skaarna-ss, Juve, Yoog.
Our staff of officvrs this year is very capable ind:-cd. Mary Hale Ca girl for
a 1-llangcj holds the cxvcutivc position, ably assisted hy our last yr-ar's president,
Olaf Roc. I'It'I'lI1I1l"l Gjvtson has the job as sm-rotary, and Dorothy llatzingvr still
has her last ycar's plan- as treasurer.
Thu Girl's basketball team added to the glory of the class lvy carrying off
sm-cond honors in the Intern-lass Tournament.
Our class party was deemed by everyone, a great snr-1-css. VVQ only had onv.
lint our motto is, "Quality rather than Quantity".
Our advisor, Miss Haven, is an able sucessor to Miss lim-ntson. our l'll't'SllIllt'll
guidr. Slit- is always willing to ln-lp us out of any troubls that vonn-s our way.
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President ........ .......,..... G mmonv ANDERSON
Vice President ..... ....... A NNA HARRIED
Secretary ....,. .... E LLswon'rH WALDERA
Treasurer. . . . .HARRIET KVALHEIM
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Tor Rowsllivkliu. Furun. Chupin. Cllasc-, Algrim, Anclvrson.
Srzcoxn llowf-Foss. Ahnv, Dihhs, Aslukson, Bzlkkvll, Caine, Anderson,
llllllllll linw-V-.'Xussv. l,illlll'. Frillcllv. Fosclahl. .'hSIlf:'I'llt'lIll, Ilrolning. Ale-xsou, Bn-rg.
1"ovn1'u Row-Anderson, Brewer. Christizumson, lflllicksuu, Ellie-11, Bully, Ehle, Bundellggen
HU'l"l'0W1 liow--Fosdulil, Hurry, Felluml, Duhl, Carpenter, Ehlc, Bomirhugen. '. '.-'
NVQ- un- the- Fresllim-ng that stepped-on vlass who, he-cause' wc arc the V0llTl2'Q'Sl
in Stoughton High Svhool, invuriuhly ure hluimfd for t'VQ'l'ytllll1g that gon-s wrong in
our rrspcc-tm-d institution of learning. So, we suppose. if om- of our tl'iH'llCl"S found
:nn Ink llottlm- whosm' contm-nts hml lu-vn Cllllltltid on tha- floor, soma unsuspecting lfrcsh-
:nun would hc hhunvd for spilling thc ink, when. as :i mutt:-r of fact. :ln cxpvrinivnt-
ing Sn-nior had turnm-ml thc hotth- upsidv down to find out wh:-thcr or not thi- ink
would run out. And so it goes on. NVQ! url- not complaining of our lot. hut lawn-ly
l'0llllll1'lltlllg on it. WX- rl-:llizv that tho vvry first l"reshun-n who Q-vcr lin-li 1-:u'rim-al :A
uiurk of inferiority. which his numerous KlL'Si't'lldCIltS have iuhcritcml. :uni no iuuttvr
Ugj e C " c- W .-.
'l'oi- Row-I.arsou, Johnson, Mckercher, Moen, Midthun, Kroener.
Sizcoxn liow-Harried, Uilson, Hoff, Kittleson, Johnson, Lorner, Larson.
'l'nnm Row-Johnson, Harrierl, Kvanvick, Lund, Jensen, Holtan, Hanson, Knutson
l'lUl'R'l'Il Row-Garrigan. Ladxl, Lund, llovc. llove, Lokken, Johnson, Kvalheiin.
FIFTH Row-Moe, liullickson, Keegan, Hanson, Iverson, Kirby, Gronlicl, Meistuer, I.ec.
Borron Row-Kuupanger, Iverson. Jacobson, McCarthy, Lewis, Matson, Linderud,
how brilliant these descendents may be, they will always carry the mark. Thus it
is that guilty upper-classmcn blame certain wrong doings on thc Freshmen, maintain-
ing that the Freshmen ought to be blamed, since they are dumb, anyway.
But those particular Frcshmcn, who at the present, grace Stoughton lligh
School with their presence, are the ones whom we are most interested in. WVc feel
that wc are undoubtcdly the most illustrious lfrshmen who cvcr existed. Vile have
chosen as our leader Gregory Anderson- as our vice-president Anna llarricd. as our
manager of Hnancial affairs Harriet Kvalheiln, and as our secretary Ellsworth VVal-
dcra. As for "pep" our clieerleader. Lars Kaupanger, is assured that we have it.
lvith such a staff of talents, we cannot do otherwise than succeed.
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Tor Row-Sucum, Struzlvcldson, Scott, 'l'urmo, Schustcr, Paulson, Ollcgzlrclcn.
Sizcoxu Row-Olson, Wnlrlcm, Swingcu, Ss-nmonsou, Void, liohcrts, Quzlm.
'fuum How-Stockstud, Siui, Pctcrsou, Pctcrsou, Ncttum, Nordlic, Olson. Scvcrson.
FovnTu Row-Olson, Onsgurd, Tony, Nyguard, Nclsou, Nygaurd, Scmnouson, Nclson
FIFTH How-Wikum, Pct:-rson, Sorenson, Pliucr, Roc, Pzllmcr, Vczi, Swccrtson, Robertson.
Bo'r'roM ltow-Smith, Thomas, Snuclsumrk, Vuscnd, Spcrlc, Quum, Nelson, Stzlven, Nichols.
VVc fccl that our cnthusium over thc various phases of our school lifc fincluding
our studicsj helps :i great dcul toward making Stoughton High School what it isg a
school with zi good scholastic rccord und no end of "pep", VVc :irc intcrcstcd in
school activities and though 11 fcw of us :irc not us fond as wc might be of our
hooks, still. uccording to our slangicst mcmhcrs, wc arc "all right kids."
So wc thi- inferior, will he-:ir the condescending smiles of thc upper-clussmcn,
which wc rece-ive daily. knowing that some day. in the for distant year of 1930, we
will gloriously dm-part from Stoughton High School, with purplc ribbons, white
diplomas and thc grand and significant title of "Tin: Scniorsf'
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'l'ul' Row! Nyiraard, Showers,
Sncuxn liow-liippc, Olson, Cliristianson, Mr. Falk.
llo'r'i'oM ltowfglirytteuliolni, Hoover, Miss. Larson.
The Athletic Board is composed of the principal. coach, G. A. A. advisor, the
captain of the seasonal sports. and four others--namely, president. secretary and
treasurer. elected by the student body. The person receiving the greatest number of
votes automatically becomes athletic manager. It is the purpose of the board. as a
representative of the school, to take care of the athletic concerns which are spon-
sored in Stoughton, and to futher all branches of this work. It is also the duty
of this board to investigate the accomplishments of its athletes and to award S's to
those who meet the required standard which has been sct in former years.
The president of the board presides as chairman at each pep meeting, and ar-
ranges the programs for the assembly period on the days of such meetings. The
secretary gives periodical reports of the tinancial conditions of the athletic field, and
advises the students as to the plans of finance. Because of thc careful management
on the part of the board, the Athletic Association has been very successful financilly
During the year, the board took charge of the Girl's and Boy's Interclass
Basketball Tournaments, and made plans for an lntcrclass Track Meet at which
both boys and girls participated.
The championship for the Girls' Interclass Basketball was awarded to the Junior
Girls' team, and Boys' lnterclass Championship to the Junior boys. Each received
a silver trophy of a basketball player in action.
Prcsizlmit ....... .............. ..... l t U'r1i Hoovun
Vice Presidenl. . . . . .All'l'llllll Siiowicus
Secretary ..... .... . . .ALYIN NYGAARD
Treasurer .... .......... R Ussm. IQEI-IGAN
.-lflvixors .... . . .Miss LAusi1N, Mn. FALK
Mr. Rippe's second
year at S. H. S. was a
very successful one. He
coached a football team
that won a champion-
ship and a basketball
team that won second
Alvin Nvgaard. Full-
huck. "H o r s e" was
S t o u g h t o n' s tripll'
threat man. He was ru
good punter, an aveu
rate passer, and a ter-
rific line plunger. He
will be back to rip
through the line for
VValter Holmes, Half-
back. "Stuhbins" was
a line plunger and
fierce blocker. By his
b l o c k i n g he aided
Stoughton in winning,
besides his carrying the
ball. He will be back.
Olaf Ven, End. Few
gains were made
around "l5o's"endg he
discournged any at-
tempts to shoot end
runs around him. He
will be back for anoth-
i"3'1"1"1"?4'. Doi-uioioi--1-1 if ini-aio
place in the Rock River
Valley League and at
the Whitewater Tour-
nament. Mr. Rippe will
be back next year, and
with the town and high
school behind him he
will have another suc-
Oscar Jensen, Quar-
tz rback. As quarter-
back, "Jens" was one of
Shifted from halfhack,
he developed into a
heady field general, and
a wonderful returner ot'
punts. He will not be
Hector Sundt, Haif-
hack. This was Hec-
tor's first year in the
hackfield, but he soon
proved himself to be a
good back. He was a
good ball carrier and a
hard tackler. Gradu-
Lyle Waldera, End.
"Walla" was a deadly
tackler and a good re-
ceiver of passes. He
was small but fast and
will be back next year.
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Arthur S h o w e rs
Qt'aptainj Guard. This
was "Art's" third year
at his position and the
opponents found him a
tough player to get
through. "Art" was a
fighter and inspired the
STUC KSTA D
End. "Hank" was a
fast, hard player who
was always ready for
his opponents strategy.
This was his first and
last year at football.
Robert Scott, Tackle.
Long of limb and full
of fight "Bob" could al-
ways break through the
opposing line to snare a
player or open a hole.
He graduates. ffl
Mathew F u r s e t h,
Guard. "Mat" was a
trusty guard and
played all season with-
out a mishap. He will
he back to steady the
eenter of the line next
Q U'iWt'MWi Wifi
rest of the team to
fight as hard as he did.
He showed his game--
ness by playing the last
part of the VVisconsin
High game with crack-
ed ribs. He graduates
and it will be a difiieult
task to find a guard
equal to "Art"
A M U NDSON
,tfaptain electj Tackle.
"Bill's" hard playing
and fighting spirit won
for him the eaptainev
of next year's team. He
was fast on gettin!
down on punts and next
year he should be a
Robert S amp s o n,
Center. Although this
was "Bob's" first year
at football, he was a
eool play e r and a
steady p a s s e r. He
Tackle. Red headed
"Doc" was a depend-
able tackle and he will
be haek next year to
fight for his position.
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IQ it 1'-N J LZ il
Toi' ROW-KV?lllll'llIl, 'l'urnc'r, 'l'horsen, Aslakson, Str-nshy, I,a Flf-ur, Hanson. .lm-nsf-n, Ilan-
Si-:coxn How-Ilippm-:nm-ya-r, Slogrlill. Unsrurl. Svlxustvr. Currier, Giicston, Va-a.
ilillllill ltow-Nm-tic-rhlarl. XYalclc-ra. Sampson. Nygaarrl, Svott. l'lllI'M'ill, Vva, ltippv.
llorroni ltow-Koa-nan, Jvnsvn, Ilolnws, Sliowers-Captain, Amundson, Sunclt, Stockstad.
Stoughton Iliglfs foothall tvaxn sharm-d the- 1-hanlpionship with tlirm- othcr Rock
Hin-r Valli-y l.vagm- tr-runs. although Stoughton had thc host claim. as thc- othrr
tl'1llllS had tif- ,LUIIIIUS against tht-in. Out of six gznm-s playccl Stoughton won fivv anal
lost one-. piling up a total scorn- of 78 to the opponvnts' l9. Coach Rippc clvvcloprwl a
fast tm-:nn that could play 1-qually wr-ll on a inndcly or dry fir-ld. VVith only six letter
Illt'll graduating. Stoughton has an c-xvcllcnt c'l1am'c of winning tln- 1-hainpionship
again ne-xt yr-ar.
Jl'!'fl'I'-S'llIl- -U Slough ton-J
Thr- first game was a victory for us, thanks to tlu- trusty tor of "Horsc'."
Hvansvillc of'fr-ri-al littlt- opposition A-von to our suconrl t1'2llll.
I'lll'l'I'l'Nlf'lj Iliglzg-i Sfoughlon-Q'
Jn-nsvn. Shown-rs. Nygaard starred in thc thrilling gann' at Madison.
1'jllff!'l'fUII+!l Sllflllflllfflil -U
Fatt' rlc'r'rm'm-cl that wr- lost' from our forniirlahlc foo.
Lakf' .llillxill Sfliilflllfllll-Alf
"Ya-ni, Viali. Viviu-mlm-spitv a llllllllly fit-ld.
For! ,lfh'illSfIlIfU Slouglzfon-I-2
Rippr-'s fighters 1-ndrrl with a hang'-up victory.
- - - - .16 - - - - .. -,- N- -,.- -- .- - -, ..
Alvin OlsonfCaptainj, Forward. "Bobby" was small, but fast, a fast dribbler
and a good shot. He played good basketball all season and was a steady, consistent
performer. This was his third and last year on the squad, and his place will be
hard to fill.
Ellsworth Gronlid, Forward. "Eppie"was a fast floor man and had a dead eye
for the basket. He will be back.
Robert Scott, Center. Long and lanky "Bob" was a good center. After the
tip-off he would drop back and play guard, where his great reach made him an effec-
tive stationery. At Whitewater Tournament his great playing won for him the posi-
tion of All-Tournament Guard. Graduates.
Walter Holmes, Guard. "Stubbin" was a cool, calm player, and a good guard.
He will be back for next year's team.
Alvin Nygaard, Guard. "Horse" played center after the tip-off and was a
consistent scorer. He will be back.
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at V H f 'V 3 . . ..
P ' t i 'l'ov Row-Randeeker, Mgr., Hogie, Hoverson, Showers, Coach Rippe.
lg1l'l"I'UM Row-Holm, Nygaarrl, Olson, Uapt., Seott, Gronlirl.
The Purple :incl YVhite eagers ended the season in posse-sion of seeonzl plaee in
the ltoek liiver Valley League. At the VVhitcwater 'l'ournanlent they seeureci see-
oml plaee, losing the ehainpionship to Madison Central. Although the team laekeci
the polished offense of last year. they always had an extra spurt for the last few
minutes that won a number of their games. The prospeets for next yea1"s team are
good ami Stoughton will he represented hy another fast tealn.
Alumni ........ , . I8 Stoughton . . . . . I2
YVism-onsin Iligh . . . . I0 Stoughton I2
Milton Union . . . . I7 Stoughton I5
l"ort Atkinson . . . . 122 Stoughton 26
l'ivansville .... l-l- Stoughton 29
lixlgerton . . 1-L Stoughton 26
liast Troy . . 125 Stoughton 16
Lake Mills . . 17 Stoughton Ill-
lrivansville .... I8 Stoughton I!!
Fort Atkinson . . . ll Stoughton I7
Edgerton ......... 223 Stoughton 26
Wisconsin lligh ....... . 25 Stoughton 15
Opponents Total . . . . . .209 Stoughton's Total. . . . .2-L7
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Evansville was Stoughton's first opponent at Whitewater, and managed to tie
the score just before the whistle blew. In the overtime period Stoughton got "hot"
and sunk three baskets in rapid succession to win the game. '
Milton Union-7 Stoughton-16'
Stoughton upset the Rock River Valley Champs and won their second game and
the right to meet Madison Central for the championship. Captain Olson played well
and led his teammates in the scoring, although Nygaard was close behind.
Madison Central-39 Stoughton-12
Stoughton lost to the powerful Madison Central five and gained second place
in the Tournament. Tired out and without the aid of Gronlid, who was sick and
unable to play in the tournament, the Purple and White quintet offered little oppo-
sition to Central's driving attackg however Stoughton did exceptionally well in get-
ting second place, a thing which no Stoughton team has ever done before.
This year Stoughton High adopted Baseball as a spring sport in addition to
track. For many years the students of the school have clamored for a baseball team
and this year a team was started. Games were scheduled with Edgerton, Monroe,
Lake Mills, and East Troy.
Considering that this is Stoughton's first attempt, the team went through a suc-
cessful season. In the first game S. H. S. had the satisfaction of beating Edgerton
by the one-sided score of 17 to 3. In all the games the team played good ball and
showed the results of Coach Rippe's training. "Horse" Nygaard pitched steadily
throughout the year, and held the opposition to scattered hits.
With this good start, next year's team ought to be a great one, and we look for-
ward to the time when Stoughton can boast of as good a baseball team as the football
and basketball teams now are.
Stoughton's track team this year had a fairly successful season. With the
veterans, Showers, Scott, Stockstad, Nygaard, and Sundt back as a nucleus, Coaches
Rippe and Chapel developed a good squad. Although at the date of this writing it
is impossible to tell whether or not the team will go through the season successfully,
we do know that the track team is a good one and will give their opponents a hard
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be C 27
This year Arthur Showers was awarded the American Legion Medal of Honor
which is given each year to the Senior having the highest total of athletic and scho-
lastic points, providing this total exceeds 1000.
"Art" won 8 letters and maintained the high average of 87.6 throughout his
high school career. He won letters in football, baseball, basketball, and track dur-
ing his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, and was captain of the championship
football team this last year. Altogether he received 14170 points-532 in athletics
and 938 in scholarship-and has proved to be one of Stoughton Higlfs most popular
This medal was first awarded three years ago and has served to make the ath-
letes strive harder and attain a higher scholastic record. The previous winners have
all maintained excellent records and we hope that next year's will be as worthy of
the honor as the past winners have been.
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gig :L A Ill N
ID I I
Tor Row- Vea, Espelie, Miss Williams, Christianson, Roe.
S1-:comm Row-Olsen, Doane,Spilde, Hippenmeyer.
1iU'l'TUM Row-Klaesson, Anderson, Olson, Aslakson, Hagen.
Assistant Editor ............................ KATIiERINE VEA
Art Editor ........
Snapshot Editor. . .
Humor Editor .......
Organization Editor ....
Sport Editor ......
Sophomore Editor. .
Freshman Editor. .
Sten ograph er .......
. . . ..... . .AGNES HAGEN
Junior Editor ......
. . . . .Pl-uLL1P KLAESSON
. . . .JEANETTE ANDERSON
. . . . . . . .MELVIN ASLAKSON
...Miss HELEN WILLIAMS
an -1-'dm 1 11 115 51 pn-so-wg
19 --nf--Hertz w ia
'l'ov ltow-Aslakson, Flspvliv, .lm-usa-n, Showers, Brickson.
Sl'1K'UNll ltow-llovking, Olson, 'l'urlno, Grytte-nliolni. Yva. Monson.
illlllllll Row--Miss Siljan, llalv, llalvvrson, ltasniussc-n, NylHlgl'll. Mr. lfalk.
l'ro'r'roni ltow--Anrlorson, Skinnc-r. .'XllllllHlSUlI. l'th-r. lloovcr, ltoc-.
Our Html:-nt founc-il is niacin- up of a group of sturln-nts who ri-prm-svnt tht- stu-
clvnt hotly. 'I'lu- int-inlwrs arc voiuposccl of tha- prcsiclvnts of varh of thi- four classvs.
the prvsiclm-nts of cu-ry organization in tht- high school. thc- clwc-r lcaclcr. and thr-
vaptain of thc sm-ason's sport.
Mom-tings arm- lu-lzl vw-ry othcr we-ck with Mr. Falk. anrl tht- Vouncil vnslm-avors to
4-arry out thx- gm-ni-ral poliu-ivs of tha- Stoughton Iligh Sc-hool and to dist-uss 4-l'l'ic-in-ntly
Such prohlm-ins as may hc confronting the- stuclvnt hotly.
A 1-oiuuiittm-if from tha- organization niadc out a program for tha- assviuhly pcriofls
for thi- cntirc yvar. ami wcrm' fortunatv in si-vuring sonic splcnciicl spvakcrs who havi-
spokvn on husine-ss 1-ntcrprisz-s and important prolmln-nis. Svve-ral groups :incl organi-
zations haw' put on sonic- t'Il'l0f'3llllt' short plays for morning programs on spur-ial
ln spitv of many ciitlivliltivs. thx- Stuilm-nt f'ounm-il assuuu-fl thc rcsponsilrility. to-
gcthvr with thx- Junior Class. of sclc-cting a stamlarrl rlcsign for pins and rings for
thx- 1-ntirv school. Aft:-r a Yoh- thc- :ln-sign clvcirlml upon hy tlu- prn-sr-nt Svnior Class
was aclopti-cl pm-rulanm-ntly hy the High School. It has lm-n arrangm-ml that thc
stuclvnts may purchase tht-ir pins and rings directly from thv loval jcwclvrs.
Thr- Counc-il has hope-s nr-xt yoar of limiting thc- numlu-r of organizations. allow-
ing only a fn-w worth-whilc vluhs to cxist.
VW- tl-1-l that this group has takvn a strongvr footholrl this ycar towarcl a higgvr
aml lu-ttor organization.
1'rr.vi1lr'uI .......................,. ...... l tI"l'll Iioovicu
Svvrrlary and Trr'n.vurr'r. . . . .Minlmlcu IIAr.w:usoN
.l1l1'i.x'nr ..........,.. ,. ......... Mn. l"ALK
pfgfrjtgiij lu n
'l'ov Row-Yvzi, lispm-lic, Showcrs.
Sizcoxn ltowf-Dozim-, Olson. Kzilipailign-l'. lloovcr.
l3o'i"rosi ltow-Gryttvnholnl, llillYOI'SUll, Nylmgen, Vi-zz.
'llhv Honor Socicty with its national stunmlzirils--ol' SK'll0l!lTSlllll. ll'Illll'l'SlllP,
c'li:ir:ic'tvr. :intl sm-rvivv. is :i nntionzil socicty. lt has m-hosvn :i coininon t'llllllt'lll in the'
tlirce lnindrcd :ind fifty sm-hools or Ill0I'C throughout thc United States. Students
ranking in tht- uppvr twi-nty-livv perm-nt of thc nppc-r classcs in S4'll0lZll'Slllp urn'
uligihlc. liliftvt-ii llt'l'i'l'llt of thc Senior l'l:iss may ln- i-li-c'tc4l to incinlwrship. hut only
Hu- pt-im-nit of thc Juniors may 1-nts-r. Thu Prine-ipzil. togutlwr with four other
l'fIl'l1lty lm'lnln-rs. lnailu-s tha' s1'lu'tion. 'l'ln- chit-t' inotivv of this sovivty is to proinotu
init-rt-st in si-hool work. Hora-toforu honors in :itlilvtivs liuw hcvn vxprussi-cl in
various ways. lt is only right that vll:il':ictm-r :ind scliolxirship shonlil also ht' rvvog-
Ilizccl. ixltllllllgll this 1-lnh is not of il social nutnrc. it is zi joy :ind honor to ln-long.
lt is thc niost cxclnsivv orgiinizntion in our high school :ind is :1 reward to any ezirni-st
:intl :nnhitions stnmli-nt.
01" l"lC'F. RS
Pri'.vif11'nt ...... . .KA'l'llIfZRINl-I Vim
Vim' Pl'1'.Viffr'l1f. .. . . RI"l'il Iloovign
-. -. -.qi- -u -. qi.. 1 Q - 53 - -.,-U qi: 1 -.14
' T Afxx
'l'ov Row-Hanson, Nygaard, Hocking.
Srzcoxn liow-Christianson, Schuster, Showers, Jorgenson.
l'u1nn Row-ltomnes, Christianson, Hippenmeyer. lt. Jorge-nson, Keegan.
l3o'r'roM Row-Roc, Caine, Klaesson, Vea, Mr. Chapel.
The Radio Club consists of twenty-two boys who are intensely interested in
radio. Under the direction of Mr. Chapel, our director, wc organized our club on
November 20 and started our year's program.
Meetings were held twice a month. At these meetings. Mr. Chapel gave a series
of highly instructive lectures on the principles of radio from the simplest form to
the most complex receiver. The boys themselves prepared oral topics on some phase
of radio which they presented before the club.
The boys also made sets of their own with radio parts that arc a part of the
club's equipment. Many of these sets performed remarkably well. YVe also have a
large six-tube receiver and an excellent speaker that was used for concert work at
The members of this club have become familiar with an invention that has come
to be one of universal importance, and with a new industry, that of radio engineering.
which is ready to take its place with the foremost industries of the world. NVno
knows but that from our midst may come a second Marconi who will astonish thc
world with electrical inventions? I
President ...... . . .ARTIII'R Snowzsns
Vice Pre.s'ide11t. . . . . . .Bouts SCmvs'ri-tn
Secretary-Treasurer. . . .PHILIP KLAESSON
Advisor ........... .... it In. CHAPEL
E fj-gl 7 Izvl Q
Tor Row-Stensby, Nygaard, Friedl, Scott, Espelic, Currier.
Srzuoxu Row-Groulicl, Jensen, Aslcsou, Showers, Fries, Olson, Mr. Nelson.
Tuuiu Row-Luraas, Tliorsou, Hogie, Aiuuudsou, Yea, Christiansen.
Borrow Row-Roe. Pahucr, Klaessou, Olson, Gilsou. Utter., Stockstad.
THE HI-Y CLUB
The Iii-Y is a "Live VVire" in this year's extra-curricular activities, due to the
great help ot Mr. Huff and Mr. Sowers, the Y. M. C. A. representatives.
The cluh is connected with the Y. M. C. A., and has as its goal to maintain and
extend throughout the school and couuuunity high standards of Christian character
lVith the aid of Mr. Berg, our principal. Mr. Falk, Mr. Nelson, and those mem-
tioncd above, the eluh feels that it has done much to arouse a good spirit. YVc wish
to express our gratitude especially to Mr. Nelson. It was he who hrought us to-
gether and made the cluh what it is. Although it is his first year in our school, he
will remain in our iuciuory as a true friend because of his good nature and good will.
Through the cooperation of the meuibers we staged the best and nicest initiation
cvcr produced in S. H. S. April second we went to Madison to attend the District
Older Boys, Conference. VVith Albert Friedcl as director the cluh has produced a
quartet which cannot be praised too highly.
The boys therefore feel that they have lived up to their slogan, Clean Living.
Clean Speech, Clean Sports. and Clean Scholarship throughout the school year.
1,I'!'.Vil1PlIf ...... ............... ...... C 7 BERT ASI.lfISllN
Vice President. . . . . .HARRY CHRISTIANSON
Secretary ..... ...... 1' LRNEST Eseifzum
Treasurer. . . ............ .... A LVIN OLSON
Mu. 'BERG MR. Ni-:LsoN Mn. ISALK
.1,11-Pinto:--1-fiaioi1 1 1-:oi-I1-ioioioioaooi-1:1-Q ...i,.1..1.,3. 1 3,44
F " C V E
Tor Row-llennie, Nicholas.
Srrcoxn Row-Scvcrson, Bjoin, Yea, Olson, llogie, lflspelie.
'l'nmn Row---Spilcle, Doane, 'l'usler, Yea, Monson, Gryttenholm, Miss Grcgerson.
Borrom ltow-Christianson, Utter, Roe, Hoover, Kaupauger, llavey, Anderson, lloover.
The Robert Mantel! Dramatic Club has as its aim the development of dramatic
ability. Only students from the Junior and Senior C'lasses can qualify for meme
bership if they have shown their initiative in School events. and their interest in this
kind of work. VVhcn school opened this year, there were three of the old members
present. In order that the club might not drop out of existence, these three se-
lected those whom they considered talented in the line of speaking and acting, with
the result that at the present time the Club has a membership of twenty-five.
The influence which a club of this kind can wield upon its members is inval-
uable. It is a wonderful thing to be able to act effectively and with poise. In this
organization. acting naturally and with ease is an important factor.
This year the club presented an amusing sketch to the assembly. It was really
an admirable performance. considering the short time of preparation. The pre-
sentation was in collaboration with "Good lin "fl VVf'k." : l
evil of Bad English in a ridiculous fashion.
g'llSl u ind wrought to light the
The club hopes to continue in a wider field of work with each passing year and
to show steady signs of progress toward its goal.
I're.vialenI ....... ................. K .unix Ron
View Prruvirlenf .......... . . . liouicwr Ssxlvsox
Secretary and Treaszzrer. . . . . . RUTH Hoovrzk
.lrlz'i.rnr ................. ...Miss Ciizrzrsxnsox
-,,-..-..-i.-.,-..- 56 .-.......-,.-.,- -
5 s 'fi x 2 IZ!
Tov Row-You, Stcnsby, Espclic, Lu Fleur.
Sncoxn ltuw-wI"rics, Kccnun. NVright, Schustcr, Hogic. Cnrricr, Sampson.
'lllllllll How-Berg, l'shcr, Ycnmlcn, Anmlcrson, llulvcrson, llulc, Aslcsun.
l"m'k'ru ltow-lnirzuis, Ellickson, Quinn, Ylvisnkcr, Johnson, Hoovcr, Szunpsou, Mr. Nelson.
Fn"rn ltow-llennic, CllY'lStl2llIS0ll. Von, Kuupzuigrcr, l.ur:-son, Hznvcy, 'l'uslcr, ltusmusscn,
lhrvroxi ltmv--Kvulhcini, l'ttcr. Onsriul, Midgard. Mulcckc, liowc, Bjoin. Uxvcn, llutzingcr.
THE YAHARA DEBATING CLUB
Spcak thc spccclz, I pray you, as I pronounccd it to you, tripping-
ly on the tongue: but if you mouth it as many of our playcrs do, I had
ax Iicf thc tofvrz-cricr .vpolrc my Iincs.
Tha- purposc of our lively, cnthusiastic club is to givc pructicc in dclmtc. discus!
sion, composition, clocution, dcclzumition, and parliamentary practice.
.ln thc full of 19:26, with thc lcudcrship of our advisor Mr. Ncl:-son. wc organize-al
oursclvcs into ll cluh with thc cnrolhncnt of 411 mcnibers.
Mcctings :irc hclll on lVcclncs1l:iy cvcning of cvcry othcr wcck. Thcsc mcctings
:irc mlcvotcd to husincss and u progruui consisting of topic spcechcs, debate speechcs,
humorous talks :ind so forth. Mr. Nelson criticizes thc topics given :it the previous
meeting. Hvcry mcmhcr of thc clulx is ohligcd to appear on the program at lcast
oncc ai sciuestcr.
Yvc :irc following il vcry strict constitution and thc "Rohcrt's Rulcs of cll'lll'l'.H
Prcsidcn! ....... ............ ........ l ' AUL UTTER
Vicc Prcsiclcrzt. . . ...... FRANK CURRIER
Sccrctary ..... . . .NIILDRED IiAI.Vl1IRS0N
Treasurer. .. .... FLORENCE Rowi-:
.tdvisor .... ...... B In. NELSON
o ali,1101.-ioxnioi.,ing-ig.-it1-11.ii--g..i.,1-i1.f1..gn1nq 5 7 , ,1,,i,,i4,il,i,,i
Q iiii W Tor Row-Nyhagen, Krostu, Nelson, Halverson, Norsetter, Vender, Monson, Yea.
Srreosn Row-Swan, llavey, Olson, Kraiger, Hoover, Hale. Anderson.
lunum ltovi- Kralheim, Doane, Tusler, Townsend, Gryttenhohn, lloover, llale, Miss Kins-
Bo'r'ronx Row-lljoin, Anderson, Olson, Hagen, Rowe, Aalseth, Hove, Oth-son.
Philomathia is an organization eomposed of girl students who are interested in
learning, and wl1o have achieved high scholastic' standing. As sophomores all girls
are eligible for membership providing that they have a high seholastie rank. Every
girl is voted upon before she is initiated, and her adaptability and eharaeter are also
taken into eonsideration as well as her grades.
The purpose of our elub is to eome in closer eontaet with good forms of litera-
ture, and to learn to appreciate beauty and art.
It is eustomary for Philomathia to have a banquet every year given by the un-
der-elass members. On March 19, 1927 the members enjoyed a very fine banquet
held at Hotel Kegonsa, The entire dining room was given over to the elub and was
beautifully decorated with green and white in St. Patriek's eolors. Each member
invited a boyg after the dinner was over, a soeial time was enjoyed, and lovely music
was furnished. Not only was our banquet enjoyed, but a sleighride party was held
earlier in the season, and all members 8CC'0lllp2ll'li0d by their guests experieneed the
time of their lives.
Presirlerzf .... . . . . .KATIIICRINE VHA
Vive Pr1'.s'ic1'1'ni. . . .l"r.onx-:Nei-: OLsEN
Secretary. . . .. ...ALMA KVALIIEIM
Treasurer. . . . .l,0LOIlES 'llI'SI.FIR
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oioioi- 1 az:
y i was 1 i
,i , 7 W
'l'ov Row-Monson, Usher, Leslie, Halverson, Grytteuholm, Yziscucl.
Srzcoxn liow-Borrud, Rusinusscu, 'l'usler, Doane, Nyhagcu. Olson. Miss Larsen.
Borroni Rovv-lluvey, Carter, Hoover Suudby, Kaupanger, Quam, Miss Berg.
G. A. A.
The purpose of the club is to promote a spirit of sportsmanship among the girls
of our High School, and to develop 11 keener interest in athletics.
Any girl in High School is eligible for membership to the organization, and has
only to work for points to become a member. One hundred points must be earned.
These may be earned in numerous ways. such as hiking. swimming. skating. and
playing golf or tennis. G. A. A. letters may be earned by attaining seven hundred
This year we have run the Girls' Athletic Association strictly on an athletic
basis. The Association has had the gymnasium a certain number of hours each week.
Before cold weather set in, these hours were spent out on the campus, playing kitten-
ball. All the girls are working energetically, for they now have something sub-
stantial to work for-a letter S to be earned, as stated before, by attaining 700
points. The club, carried on as it is. does a great dcal to encourage athletics. and
will. as a result make our high school girls strong, healthy, and active.
Prvsirlvrzf ...... . . .RIARGARET fiRYTTENHOLlVI
five Presiderzl ......... ............ lf iMMA IIAVEY
Secretary and Treasurer. . . . . .LYDIA KAIVPANCQER
Aflvisur ............... .... IN Iiss I.AusEN
nzqrxr -1-li-ii-ri--11gui-V1-rx-vii-if:oilfini'-14-1.11-ug-ning --f.1uii.iuioii,g , ,
C A- l -
'l'mn- ltuvv-Curtvr, Halverson, Bnndehagc-n, Frivs, Klaesson.
Sizuoxn ltovv-Currivr, Ve-a, Kee-gan, Anclcrson. Sampson, Vasc-ml.
Tnnm ltow-Larson, Kraiger, Olson, Krostu H ' ' ll.
, 00361, agen, lluowr, Miss Williams.
1lU'I"l'U5I liovv-liov, Anderson, Hove, Dnrlnnd, Kaupanger, Havvy, lilioin.
"I"or.van ef have olim 111f1r1i1ii.v.w in'Ual1if."
I vrliapa' .vomr 110-If you will fake' pleasurf in rrfnzrnzlnwing
rfzwn them' things.
Colors :Roman Gold and Royal Hlllf'
The Classical Club is an organization of Latin students whose Standings are
'AU or "ll", New nic-nibc-rs are arlniitted to the Club at tht- beginning of each sa-liool
yt-ar. :ind the- nuinbcr of stumlvnts l . ' l
thirty or tliirty-five.
w no IH1! me given membership has been liinitvd to
Tln- purposc of thc Classival Club is to acquaint its menibcrs with the customs
and language of the Romans. Meetings are held once everv two weeks and a pm-
fram vommitts-c irc mares cntvrtuinuients for each IIlt'CtlH . A 00lllIIllttt't' is also
a 1 iointvd to scrvu rc-tra-slnncnts durin the social hour.
This IIll'llllNtl'S of the Classical Club have worked diligvntly. and wc only hopv
that thi- fnturv nu-nibvrs will strive to rc-tain the accomplislnncnts of this year.
Prwsirlmzt ...... ............ . . .RUTH Hoovnn
View I'rf'.vidf'nt ......... . . .FRANK Cviuimu
Svcrefary and Trr'a.s'urf'r. . . . .EDITH Hoovnn
.ldzvsor ............... . .Miss XVILLIAMS
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t W Q iw' 3 Atfrfplzi
'Ll' K ,MEX
'l'ov liow-Nylmgen, Olson, Lurmls, Nivliols, Ilrmson. llogiv.
Srzvoxn ltUXVJSll!I1IDSUll, Hanson, Norsrttvr, Vasc-ml. Vvu, Miss lllllSl'tllt'I'.
Tuum Itow-Berg, Domic, Tuslcr, llugvn, Quinn, Prim-n.
li0'I"I'UM ltow-Uttvson. Mivklcson. Uttcson. Dorlaml, Kromtu, Kildalil, Vrstcrdallil.
LA CERCLE FRANCAISE
l.:1 C1-rt-lc l"1':1r1c:iisc is an organization coinposc-cl of l'lY't'TN'll stuclunts witli an
uvcrzigc of or "B" in lfrcncli coursvs. Tin' "A" students of tlie- sc-voml scim-stcr
l"rm-m-li clnssvs aiutomzitically lwcoim- mcmlwrs of tlu- soc-in-ty tllc following year.
'flu' "ll" students of tllc sm-cond ya-:lr coursv :irc vote-cl into tlu' sovim-ty liy nu-mln-rs
of the clulm. All lllClllllt'TS of Lu Cert-lc l"r:1nc-aisv urn- initiated lmcforc lacing :ld-
lllltlfll to :lctuzil lllt'IlltN'I'Slllll.
Tha- purposv of La Ccrclx- l"r:1m':iisc is to llC'flll1llY'lt its im-inln-rs with tlu-
Cue-xtoms :md lnnguagv of tlw l'll't'!1Cll pc-oplc. The moctings :irc lic-ld at rvglllnr in-
tervals. :md mlllvzltionul progrmus :irc planned lny :1 program committee witll tlw
vivc-prvsillm-rlt of tliv organization :ns clmirmun. Tlic rm-Qulzations for nu-mlwrsliip
sm-rw :is :nn im-cntivv to tllv Frcncll students to work for lliglwr marks.
Prnvirlvrzl ...... . . .l,r'c'iL1,1c NYIIAGEN
Vim- IDTI'-Vfl1f'IIf ......... ...lmemm Nxc'uoI.As
Sf-vrvfary and Tr':'11.vurf'r. . .... ClLAnlc'1c DOANE
.-1rIz'i.wr. .............. . . .Miss HI'I,SETllPlR
azoiiifxwi -cv 14-14-:1-1--1w:-iif-1--1-ii-in pl-1--gigwx-1 1 1:1
H- ,C n 27,
Toi- liow-'I'hompson, Nygaurd. Licn, Hyland.
Srzcoxn liovv-Jolmson, Ehlc, Crusc, Brickson, Miss Barry.
llllllllll liow-vllolwrtson, Mullvr, Johnson.
llU'l"l'UM Row-l'innow, VVcsthy, Stncssy, Urwin,
'I'hc Round Tuhlc was cstuhlishcd in the TC1lC'llQ'PS' Training Iji'lHlI'tII1Cl1t in
1915. 'I'hc clircct purposc of this association is to furthcr profcssional cducation of
its mcmhcrs from il social standpoint and hroadcn their scopc of lifc.
This socicty is composcd of post gr:ull1:1tcs from various parts of thc stutc.
Many social cvcnts have occurccl during thc ye-ar, such as thc I'I0lIll'-Cllllllfltl'
:md Hducationzil Exhihit on .lunixary 18. Thc purposc of thc Hxhihit is to prcscnt
ncw ich-:is to pcrsons intcrcstcrl in this particular typc of work. All studcnts who
huvc grruiuntcrl from thc coursc :irc wclcomc hack for thc cntirc clay.
Tho IIOIIIK'-C0llllYlg' wus hcld at Hotel Kegonsu. whcrc an intcrcsting program
was prcscntccl :md :1 dinncr was scrvcd. Other social functions includc :1 C'hristm:is
party :md :1 Ilullowclcn party.
It has hccn our plcusurc to participutc in scvcral rural school nctivitics during
thc ya-:ir thus fur.
It is our sinccrc ricsirc that thc good work of thc Round Tuhlc hc continucd
Firs! Scnzcsizfr Sccmzrl Sr'1nc.vf1'r
1"NANl'I'IS BmcusoN Prrfsidfnt CLARICE .lmmsox
-l0SEl'lIINI1I Nvomum Sf'C'I'l'f!l7'.If and Trcaszzrffr ELIZA VV1I,1,1AMsoN
.'1dz'isor ........... ....................... ...... IN I Iss ISAIIRY
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by -1:1'11-1-11-11-rcuwzvvx--ici'-if-ans'-1' 1 f'
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THE H1011 SCHOQL BAND
This is thc two and onc-half ycar mark of thc lligh School Band's cxistcncc.
Durin f this tinic, thc hand has llavccl xnanv cn ra cincnts with Jaraclc and conccrt.
2- . . .
Not only docs thc hand scrvc thc high school, but also thc city. for its policy is to
play for all civic affairs that are fostcrcd hy and are for thc mutual hcncfit of thc
conununity. such as Mcniorial Day, Fourth of July, and sunnncr conccrts in the
This ycar a scrics of conccrts has hccn given cach six wccks with an attempt
to inakc cach succccding prograln more dillicult.
l'on11uctor. .. ........ ...... ...... . . .Tuoisms I.. BAILEY
I". CVRIIIER V. FALK H JONES
'l'. Cnuls'rr:NsoN II. I'l0L'I'AN A. 1.'mm,L
ll. Srzvmnsox ll. Sc1u's'r1-:R E. How.
Y. NIYIDGAIID Vl 'Ixm:NAN C. CHMSTIANSON
l,.XsllIGll'l' C. fumuo . ,
, ., , C. b14:w:nsoN
lu. lloum C. N1cI101.As -
, . J. lhICIXl'IllCIH'IR
Il. l1.1Nm: li. luvmusox H H
ll. RomN1cs H. CIIAPIN ANSON
l". lli-:NNN-: 1'.Vi-:A O' ASLESON
Ilfunn' RANm:ciu:n 0. V1-:A 5 lNYHMi"5N
llAll0I.D RAND!-ICKICR M. XXEA B- HANSON
l". RAsMl'ssi:N I. TURMO B. Swmvnsox
Drum flIa'0r ..... ........ .... A L BERT FRIEUL
Quarfcrmasfcr. .. .. .R. BVERSON
T9 i Q it v. D 'i"'i"""i2ii1ii
'l'oi- R1HV7SllIllIlS0l1, 'l'urmo, Kvulllviili, l'
Sl'fl'4PND lf1YW'fAIl'KK'Fl'Ill'F, Sta-nshy, Olson, Hocking. Ainumlmm. 'l'hor1w.
rlylllllll Row-l'urri1'r, K4-nyon, -IPIISPII. Svliustvr. I,ur:ms. Turmo.
l"4ll'R'l'Il lfllVV+h'l'il. Ilogir, Kvvgaui, Ulaon. Stovkstzul, Iirzullc-y.
IKo'r'roM Row--S1'v4'rsoli. Ive-5, Skinm-r, Svliusivr, f'ill'iStillllhUll, Scott.
B0 YS' GLEE CLUB
r v . . 1 ,
Ihr' Boys film- C luh is conipost-ci of twcntx six
A'-.' .' lIlt'lllill'l'S. The- first of thx' vvur
thu-5' spa-nt :i gn-:nt ti1'3,i oi' tiim' in pr:u'tic'c until the-y iN'i'Illlll' wcll org:niize-cl.
A muh' flllJll't1't was forim-cl from the-ir
1"l'JlIliiClII'l'il'l'. IA-rov Ilovkin f.: l R 'll K
numhcr. vonsisting of Paul Skinm-r.
mc ussm vc fun, which san r hcforc thc- :msn-inhiv.
. f- .
hu-iorv tht- NIK'l"ll'i'll1li I' I X muh ,, md whlmh n s al
. . 4 . .t. "TIU'.! '
r 1 - -
' SIIHQ' 0 Sl' 'Pri 0tiN'T' 0l'K'flNi0nS.
Ihc hrst puhhm- :nppc-:ir:im'c' of thv cluh was in ti
IIIKNQTXN " "'
.' ' ic show "I-Ii-Jinksf' which wnq
put o in c'olhihor:ition with tha- Girls' Ch-c Cillil. Tha- show was quita- :i sin-cc-ss
' V v-lv 'rim 1 ' f'
I .I . 1 in lv soma- 1- mrming, lmpcrsonations of womvn :md somm- good
' g, I' nt of this show vunt to Nici irl ind on 'NI lriil 8 ind pc rforlmrl hm for i
SIllfl'l'S. : ' .' .' ' '- . "': :
soviul l':u'vnt 'lwwiu-rs' Mcwting :it thc sc-hool.
A:. : . . . ,.:
I hvir third :ippc:ir:im'm- wus in tht- Spring C'om'4-rt in May. XVilt'l'l' tht-y :1c'c'rm-rlitvcl
.. Romilrr Snufsox
tliviim-In-5 quita- nohly.
1'rv.s'i1lr'nl. . .
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G i T271 Q
Toi' ltow-Jensen. Carter, Gregerson, Hale, lllalverson, Anderson, lloover, llurrliek, Illlllgllll.
Siaeoso Row--'l'holo, Larson, Monson, Gryttenholxn, llavey, Kanpanger, Nelson, Midllnin,
Illlllllli ltow-l'sher. Jensen, Johnson, Ylvisaker, llarried, lfoss, Hanson. Drotning, Miss
l'l1ll'll'l'lI ltow-lloover. Nyliagen. Olson, Yea. C. Olson. lioe. linrass.
lloirron ltow-Kildahl. Kvalheiln, llule, Smith, lloye. fhristianson, Anderson, Unsrinl,
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Girls' Glee Clulm is one of the finest organizations in high selnool. The
girls in the elnlm are to he C0lllplllIll'Tltl'il on the exeellent work they have done in lmoth
their winter and spring eoneerts. The inusieal eomedy, "Hi-.links." whieh was a
l'0llllllIl2ltlUll of hoth Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, revealed Miss l,Cl'll2lllllS ability and
pep-as did hoth eoneerts. The girl Bell-Hops in their red suits. the Florida and
California elloruses as well as the seasons, all presented a pleasing perforinanee.
The regular meetings of the elnlm are earried on in a husiness-like manner. hut the
girls really enjoy working out their parts with their enthusiastic direetor. Marks
are given in musie as well as in any other suhjeet. Each year in Glee Cluli eounts as
one-fourth of a ereditg so with four years in it one may olmtain a whole eredit in
inusie. To say that the Girls' Glee Club is a popular organization is not exaggerat-
ing, Many talented girls had to he turned away this year heeanse of the erowds who
Pr:-.videnf ...... . . .Mimnu-zo lhrvmcsox
View I'resident .......... ,....... K Alum O1.soN
Secretary and Treasurer. . . . . .l,I'e11,LE NYIIAGEN
Lilnrrzrinrz ...,..... - ...... .. .KA'r1u:nINr: Vim
Direelor. .. ...Miss l,l1IltllAlNl
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S s fs-4--V-Q-me
in Q M
Toi' Row-Vea, Krostu, Nyhagen, Miss Kinsman.
Bo'r'roM Itow-Hoover, Roe, Anderson, Havey, Spilde.
That Campfire is popular among Stoughton High School girls is evident in the
faet that three new groups have heen added to the roll, making seven altogether.
"The Campfire is a national organization of girls who appreciate the highest
values in life and endeavor to live so that their daily lives may he the application
and expression of their ideals."
l The watehword of the Campfire is "VVohelo" which signifies Vvork. Health, Love.
The Campfire law is: Seek Beauty. Give Service. Pursue Knowledge. Be Trust-
worthy. Hold on to Health. Glorify VVork, and he Happy.
There are three ranks which are attainable by any of the members. namely:
Vvood Gatherer. Fire Maker. and Torch Bearer.
The achievements of the girls in the following craftsg Home. Health. Camp
Hand. Nature, Business and Citizenship, are rewarded by various colored heads as
honors for the work accomplished.
In Fehruary of this year the girls were honored hy a visit from Bliss Mc-Keller.
National Campfire Secretary. who stimulated and inspired the girls to greater ae-
tivity hy her talk and exhibit.
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I'm- Row--.llllm-tll, Hanson. 'l'mvnM-ml, Gryih-nlmlm.
'-hzuuxn limv-lhrwv. Half-vkv, Kilclulll. Hiss Hznvm-n.
H1l'l"l'I!Nl liow---'l'I1nlo. Ale-xsun, IJuoliHlL'. Swann, Olsun.
OYVY H li H
lm' liKlXl"SZllllllh0ll, Ilulvvrson, Hllicksmu, llmwvr.
mxn liuw--liusnumsm-rl, Vasc-ml, l,m-Hu-. Miss liivh:lrds.
vrrsm Rem'--Christiannson, Olson, Durluml, llZlj,I1'Il.
Y 1 X " ...,
X my '
H i 101 V i
f A, Ng
'l'mw How Jolmsun, Rohm-ris. .lvnm'l1. Grm'f:nlw4-vk.
Srzcuxn HIWV'-NIil'kl'IHUll, Ylvisukc-r. Nelson. Aspn-rlu-inn. Miss I,:lrs4m.
IHu'l"l'4m H!Hl'4liYilHll'illl, Hovv. liolwris, .'xJll54'tIl.
lm' Huw-ll. IAIFMYII, .'xlHl4'I'SUll. llzllv.
voxn liuw' Bliss llulsvflwr, 'IHtZilljI1'I', Iijuin. D. IJIFSHII, Slim fiI't'jIl'l'5
l5o'I"1'1m Iimv-Mirlgurd, Ilngvn, Ilnlv, Unsrutl.
' K, fi R ' 'A' ' f 1
M W 1. A
, vi L-:
lm' limi'-'l'uuv. Kvunvik, Pillivksmi.
unxn limi'-Bliss PCFIIIIIII, l'ilI'ihtiilllNUll, Unsgzmrml. Kvulllviiil. Slim llallu-rs
D'l"l'lbM Row-Svsunmismi. Iluvz-, Smith, Yuld.
'l'uv lhmu'---Nygzlzliwl. llzlnsnn, ijftltllillff, Shui.
Slzunxn limv-Siuvkstud, llilsmi, Mimltlum. Ilultun.
'l'n1nn liuw- Fusmlzilil, lluvc, i'iilit', I.:l1'sun, Nyglllilfli. Miss Klum-a.
lxU'l"l'U3l Rmv-Iluiilv, llauimn, 1,1-m-, lvursmi, Fusdzmlil, Nm-Iwn.
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ORATORICAL AND DECLAMATORY CONTEST
The Oratorical and Declamatory Contest was held on April 22, in the high
school auditorium. As the competition between classes in decoration has been elimi
nated, the stage was prettily decorated in purple and white.
At the beginning of the contest the Sophomore and Senior classes marched ing
the Seniors, singing their class song, marched up and down the aisles and then took
their respective places.
The contest was judged not only by the ability of the speakers representing the
classes but also by the attendance of each class and by the amount ot true pep dis-
played. Honors were awarded to the Sophomore class, which showed the greatest
volume of genuine pep and whose Declamatory speaker won first place and the
Oratorical speaker second.
The winning speakers were Mary Bjoin, a Sophomore, who gave "Managing
Marjorie," and Olaf Vea, a Junior, who gave "Liberty or Death." Close seconds
were Margaret Gryttenholm, Senior, who read "Georgie Becomes a Member" and
Frank Currier, Sophomore, who orated "War of Righteousnessf'
The following points were awarded:
10 pts. Declamatory Sophomore Class
10 pts.- Oratory Junior Class
5 pts. Declamatory Senior Class
5 pts. Oratory Sophomore Class
3 pts. Pep Sophomore Class
2 pts. Attendance Freshman Class
The cup was presented by Dr. Matthew Gregerson.
The two winners were sent to the' League contest at Edgerton. VVhitewater
Edgerton, and Stoughton were represented. Olaf Vea carried off first place in
Oratory and will take part in the District League contest at Whitewater.
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THE DEBATING SQUAD
A ncw :intl vital activity has lwvn dcfiniti-ly lllJlI'kl'll mlown on tht- hooks :is :i pm'-
innnvnt thing in thi- Stoughton lligli S4-lmul. NVith i':n's:u'. thc lh-hating hucn-ty 1-:in
miy-f-'iYi'I1i. Yiili. Yin-i." 'l'hc lllt'IlllM'I'S workn-ml with m-:ign-i'm-ss :ind intcrvst frmn
thi- first tryouts to thi- lust lntcr-School lh-hntv. Tha- vnrm-st work of thi- ti-:nn.
:uhh-al to thi- nntiring ctfnrts of thc L-mu-li, was finally rcwnrdcd hy :i victory--tllv
2lllll'lllJltlYl' winning froin thi- Univt-rsit.y High of ihI!IlllS0lI-illllt' qnvstion for ah-lmti'
wus thi- prnposi-al :una-nclnicntz i'livs0lvcd, that tht- initiutivv :ind l't'fl'I'i'lllllllll ha' :uhlval
to Vonstitntion of VVisconsin." Pt-rlnips thc largvst :issct this 0T'gIlllllZ2ltl0Il had wnw
C'n:u-li Nvlson. It was only tllfllllgll his vtforts :mil cnthnsiusni that thi- llfgillllllltltlll
:im-nliiplislicil what it diil. Owing to thc bt-m-tit ilcrivi-il :ind tht- work invnlvi-il in
this :in-tivity. minor lvtt:-rs will hu givcn thc mlm-lmatt-rs.
,lfl1'i.wr ............................. Mn. fNi1LsoN
RUIIICIVI' Sixinl-sox l'EA1iI, c2l'AM
flI.Al-' XVICA llonls Sl'IIl'S'l'ICR
Blllilllil-Ill 1IA1.Y1f:nsnN Lvnla liAl'l'ANlilfIlI
..,..H..X..U..U..H- 72 -,..M..M.. ..,.....H..H..U
5inQ1':1ig .,g 'i D IZIQ
Prmsr:N'1'1-:lr MM' 27 ln' Tlllfl SENIOR Clhxss
llu MM' IIAlcl'11:n. .. ...Ham-l Spildv
.Ima Puma ......... ...... I Curl Ilogiv
Mns. IIAICIWIIC ..., ...... K ntlwrim- Ya-:n
Mn. HAlu'lf:n. . . .... Jvrmm- Nicholas
Mn. KLEIN. . . .. .'I'r:1m- i'lnrish-nson
Mu. I.lf:s'1'Hlc. . . . . .Iiolwrt Sampson
Du. fi,x1c1f1lf:l.1m., ...... Paul Ifttq-r
Yumm' ..... . . .Kurm-n Rm-
l'I.:U'lHC ,...... ,.. Alvin Olson
lirtv. l'Ax'roN. . . .... Hrm-st l'ZSl3l'HL'
Mus. l'.-xx'rux. . . . . .Mildrvd Monson
BAM! ..,....,. . . .Ilolorvs 'flxslvr
Miss NIILDIH-Ill. , . . . Ruth Ilouvvr
Mus. XY11.suN. .. ...Viulvt f,VVt'lI
lfll-YiIIl'.Y.V .11IIIlIlffl'l'. NI!-ZLYIN I,I'lm,xs
l'uaf'l1 ........... . . ,Miss IIARRllC'l' Umzmznsnx
!'l1z.v.v .'lrl1'i.s'nr. . . . . .Miss l"I.our:Nm: K1,r:Nr:n'r
101:Neo'1.,1..1w11,1..1.,:,.1 1 '.
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l,lll+ISI+TN'l'lClJ ln' .ll'Nl0R Crdxss :XPRIL 9. 1927
CAST 01" C1IAH.M"1'HRS
Mus. liAx'H:n ....
Mn. liAX'I'l'Ill. .. ..... , . ,
JANE llAX'l'l-Ill ..............
XY11,1,mm SvI.vANx's BAX'l'lf1I!. .
NYI1.1.1.nx liAx'rr:n's l"nu4:Nns
JOHNNY xRvA'l'SON ....
Jul: BI'I.LI'l"l' .....
Ch-zonal: l'1mov1-zu. . .
XVAI.1.1r: BANKS. ..
Mn. l'Anc'11r:n ....
MM' l'Auv111-zu .... .
NIM' l'.-u:c'1mu's l"lu1-:Nns
l.u1,A l,liA'l"l' ..... . .
1'l.'l'Ill-IL Bmuc ..,.......
BIARY lilmolis ........ .
URN:-isis, 'I'ln- Filllllly Scrvant
IgIlSiIl!'8-V .l1llIIlIfll'I'. . .
l'la.vs A-Idriwr ....
. . . lllizsnlwtll Seunpson
. . .Lydia KIlIlllIlYlg'l'T
... .llonald YVrigl1t
. . . . . . .Arne Stenslmy
. . .llzxrold Ilmw-rsnn
. . .Kvnnctll l.:n l"ln-nr
. . . . . .l'l:1rl Hanson
. . .Edwin .lcnscn
. .... liditll Iloovvr
. . . .Mildrcd Halverson
. . .Mildrvd Hocking'
. . . .lildrvd llIlSIIIllSSt'Il
....Miss PEARL S11..1AN
Miss HLL1-:N IQINSMAN
we Q 5 THE DISTRICT COMMERCIAL CONTEST
The elimination contest for the state contest in shorthand, bookkeeping, type-
writing, rapid calculation and penmanship was held at Stoughton Saturday, April
Sixty-four students representing the following schools participated: VVhite-
water, l"t. Atkinson, New Glarus, Evansville, Verona, Sun Prairie, Middleton,
Cambridge and Stoughton. Whitewater City High won the district championship.
Stoughton was represented by Grace Otteson and Carmen Carter for Junior Type-
writing, Emma Havey and Martin Nelson for Junior Bookkeeping, and Irene ncrg
and Esther Bondehagen for Shortlland. Grace Otteson won first place and Carmen
Cartcr second place in the Junior Typing contest and Emma Havey obtained fifth
place in Bookkeeping. The winners of the first three places in each event will go to
Whitewater May 141th for the state contest. We wish the Stoughton contestants
AWARDS WON BY THE COMMERCIAL STUDENTS
BRONZE PIN SILVER PIN GREGG WRITER
fl'nderu'ood Azvardsj CRemington A'ward.s'Q AVVARDS
GRACE O'PTESON CLARICE DOANE CO. G. A. Certificatel
CARMEN CARTER CORINE NoRsET'rER Jov USIIER
Jov Usx-11-:R CARMEN CARTER INIATTIE BURDICK
JEANNETTE ANDERSON GRACE OTTESON NORMA HANSEN
EDNA S1-A1 Clilfzderzwoodj CORINE NoRsE'r'rER
ALICE OTTESON GRACE OTTESON LUCILLE NYHAGEN
CLARICE IJOANE OLAF VEA
CORINE NORSETTER ESTHER BONDEHAGEN
The annual Junior Prom of the Stoughton High School was held at the Armory
on April 29. with all the dignity and brilliance befitting the occasion.
One hundred and forty members of the Junior and Senior classes and faculty
sat down to the banquet served at 7 o'clock by the Hotel Kegonsa.
After the banquet, Karen Olson, the president of the Senior class, thanked the
Juniors for the banquet and dance and extended an invitation for the Senior Party.
The traditional Spoon and Spade were presented to Florence Olson and Arthur
Olson, of the Junior Class, by Katherine Vea and Arthur Showers of the Senior
class. Karen Roe read the Senior Class Will, and Arthur Showers read the Senior
class prophecy. Mildred Halverson, chairman, called on Superintendent Berg,
Principal Falk, and Stanley Nelson, of the faculty, for remarks which concluded the
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Sept. 8-Once more S. H. S. is off at a start for 9 months of hard study. There is
Little Frosh are seen straying in every nook and corner. "Better things
come in little packages."
Sept. 9--Ah! Already we are being heavily burdened with lessons-these teachers
are very wise.
Sept. 10-All men interested in football must come out to practice.
Sept. 11--First week ends-and to most of us it seems a month-well cheer up--
only 35 weeks left.
Sept. 14-Only the second week, and Oscar Jensen is sauntering in about 8:4-5.
What will the next weeks bring?
Sept. 15-Already we are being advised not to make use of all our force in bringing
down our feet. It isn't being done.
Sept. 16'-Class ofiicers were elected in assembly today. It has taken them a long
time to count the votes.
Sept. 17'-Mr. Rippe is once again trying to teach the girls of the S. H. S. the tactics
of marching. The Frosh can't get it straight.
Sept. 18-We are greeted with the good news, that we are going to have collateral
in History again this year.
Sept. F21--Monday once again rolls around, to find the students once again trying
to accustom themselves to school.
Sept. 22--Earl Hansen hurt his head in football-looks very much like a Sultan.
I see that he doesn't feel like one.
Sept. 23-Girls' Glee Club tryouts. Miss Perham has hopes of finding a Caruso.
Sept. 24-Mr. Falk announces that cars and bicycles should all be parked on school
property. Look out or you'll be receiving something you don't want-a summons.
Sept. 25-Second hour French class very much excited over a bat which seemed to
linger around a bit. We 6th hour students hope he'll cause a little chaos in our
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Sept. 127'-Announcement that there will be no school Wednesday due to Harvest
Festival. Why don't they do that more often?
Sept 28-Mr. Falk made it quite clear that it was the Board that dealt with the
closing of school. otherwise-. Preparations made for floats.
Sept. 29-No school! Gala day! Harvest Festival.
Sept. 30-All back again and feel the effects of the Harvest Festival. Morning
after the night before proves too much.
1-Assembly-campaign for Yaharas. See which class thermometer bursts
first. First football game tomorrow at Jefferson. Hooray!
4-Yahara campaign is on. Howard Pliner was heard to say he wished hi-
were a Tom Mix.
5-The class thermometers are rising to find the Frosh at 30? and Seniors
25 W, the others below. The Frosh are right there.
6'-Lyle UVallaj Waldera and Doc. Keenan enjoyed playing blocks 6th period
7'-Olmert Asleson is asked to attend Pegeforening if he incessantly talks to
15'-Miss Perham buys a new car and is seen riding about in great pomp.
11-Miss Perham's car is much like a donkey, it will balkg but what's the use,
when the teachers are right at the job to push?
12-Making preparations for 6 weeks' tests.
14-Nothing of interest happens, only a few more six weeks' tests.
15-Another week-end and all tests are over!
18-Stoughton won the game at Madison.
19-Cards were issued today. Many gloomy and few happy faces are seen.
20-All is a bustle for the Edgerton game.
27--Seniors choose folder for their picture, one that will bring out their beauty.
22-Pep meeting during assembly, and a still larger one tonight. We are de-
termined to win the game.
2-'1-Edgerton walked off with a score of 9-0. Too bad Art couldn't play.
27-Seniors choose folder for their picture, one that will bring out their beauty
28-Oscar Jensen is again sauntering in about 15 minutes after.
529--At last the end of another long week.
Nov. 1-Only 3 days of school this week. Why don't they have more teachers' con-
Nov. 92-In assembly we had an election. Some students are rather poor politicians.
Nov. 3-Last day of school this week-the teachers are off to Milwaukee.
Nov. 8-Teachers are once again with us, and school progresses as of old.
Nov. 10-Given double assignments in every class due to physical examinations to-
Nov. 11-Armistice day and we celebrate by having physical examinations. Alvin
Olson spoke until 3:30 and then the J. H. S. let out as Mr. Whittingham didn't
object. H. S. also let out due to disheartened students.
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15-Preparing students for the worst-pictures to be taken tomorrow.
16'-Group pictures taken todayg much commotion. It seems some have never
had their pictures taken before.
17-Helen Melaas entertained the attentive assembly with some beautiful se-
lections on the violin.
18-We all were requested to write questions to ask the Chinese Missionary.
That he will be busy is easily seen.
. 9252-Pep meeting to celebrate our victory over Fort.
Q3-Group meetings to discuss our marks.
. 2.4-VVednesday, and no school lmtil next Monday. VVish Thanksgiving would
come around more often.
29-All back again none the worse for the big Thanksgiving vacation.
30-We receive our cards again. Some suffer, others rejoice over them. Yes.
it pays to work.
1-Some of these seniors must he hard to look at. Claire Severson and Hazel
Spilde break the camera at Midgard's.
Z?-Group meetings and cards given out. Many a pupil considered himself
bawled out today for not studying. We started all over again for a new six
3-Friday at last with only 10 days left of school before Xmas vacation.
Miss Perham once again invests in a car. This time we hope with better
7-Some of the teachers had better learn the rules and regulations of study
hall after school.
8'-Music today! We reviewed all the Xmas carols as of old.
9-The Program committee introduced their first speaker todav, Rev. Mr. H.
Norenberg, who gave an interesting speech on the "Game of Life."
10-Friday once again, and only 5 days left of school before Xmas vacation.
13-No assembly today. i
14-Seniors are told that autobiographies are due Thursday.
15--Henry Bjoin was doing his best to entertain as an accomplished musician,
but his plans were baffled by Mr. Falk's appearance.
Dec. 16'-Junior High entertained S. H. S. with a synopsis of "The Bird's Christmas
Carol," which they are presenting tonite.
17-All set for Xmas vacation! Two weeks of freedom!
3-Everyone back at school, seemingly quite contented with Santa's gifts and
trying hard to carry out their New Year's resolutions.
5-Nothing happened. School progressed as usual.
6'-Absence of a speaker enabled us to have music.
7-Big pep meeting to arouse the spirit for the big game with University High
todayg our motto is "Beat University High" and we are going to.
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10-Monday. A speaker who gave an interesting and amusing talk on "Big
11-Announcement of Girls' Glee Club Concert on January 12, Wednesday.
Members sell tickets.
12-The student body and faculty were once again entertained by Miss Helen
Melaas, who played two violin selections.
13-Mr. Mickelson gave a very interesting talk on vocations.
14-Mr. Loverud gave very interesting talks on South America to all of Miss
Kinsman's history classes.
17'-Mr. Falk addresses assembly-speaks of morons, idiots.
18--Had five minutes of assembly in which we could work on questions for
exams. Every little bit counts.
19-Bright remarks in history class. Miss Kinsman-what went to Peru?
Claire Severson fmuch disgusted, Earl Loverud.
24-Today we are going to receive our marks for semester exams.
25-St. Patrick's Day? F' P Oscar Jenson is sporting a gaudy bright green tie.
26'--Group meeting once againg many X's are issued forth.
27-Mr. C. W. Lane gave a very interesting talk to the student body on dili-
28-Today we had what was once called a pep meeting. What a poor pre-
lude it was for our meeting with the ancient foe, Edgerton.
31-Just another Blue Monday.
1-History students greatly aroused because of their Thursday assignment,
which is their presence at the debate.
2-Had music today and made Oscar Jensen happy by singing his request num-
ber, " Good night Ladies."
3-The returns from the debate were not as favorable as they could bc, but the
score was very close.
7--Busy week. Much applause and the announcement that there will be no
8-"Hi-Jinks" is to be given tonite in the gym by the Boys' and Girls' Glee
9-Roy Sorenson as a little girl was quite a treatg in fact the whole Glee Club
10-Today we had the pleasure of hearing Supt. Berg speak on Lincoln.
11-No school today.
1.4-Valentine's day but where are the valentines? Carmen Carter found it
necessary to remain home from school to rid herself from a bad cough-was it
that or no valentines?
16'-Music during assembly today. Russell Keegan as announcer was a whiz.
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Feb 17'-Unusual talk today on Child VVelfare by Mr. Halbroke.
Feb 18-Today we had another talk which was very interesting.
Feb 21--Blue Monday but for the thought of a restful Tuesday. No school to-
Feb 523-All back again after day of vacation. Rested and happy.
Feb. 52.4-Mr. Falk was away on a convention. That Trace Christenson and Henry
are interested in astronomy and reflection was evident today, as a mirror was
tied on a string and lowered to the American History window.
Feb 525-Interesting play and court scene today. Slang isn't so bad, is it Katherine?
Feb. 28-Last of February and a gloomy Monday. A Campfire instructor spoke to
the various campfires today.
March 1-2-Preparations for tests!
March 3-Midsummer Night's Dream was presented by the Junior English Class.
March 4-Tonite we play University High there.
March 7'-Lost at Madison 25-15. Saving their fight for the tournament.
March 10-Boys leave for tournament.
March 11-Beat Evansville in overtime game. Play Milton Union.
March 12-Today we beat Milton Union. Have second place cinched.
March 15-Stoughton got 2nd place. Boys all come to school wearing their silver
medals. 'We don't blame them, they were well deserved.
March 16-Tuesday. Richard Dix in "The Quarterback," given by Student Council.
March 17-Had group meetings to discuss sale of tickets for the movie Monday
March 18--St. Patrick's-not much green. About the most conspicuous was Oscar
March 19-End of the week-much to the students' relief.
March 21-Today Richard Dix in "The Quarterback," and "Merchant of Venice."
March 22-Music-we were royally entertained by the trio-Currier, Keegan. and
March 23-Anna Harried and Bill Amundson had better quit writing notes. Some
of these clever football men may intercept.
March 2.4-We were again entertained by Miss Helen Melaas, who played a few
selections on the violin. I
March 28-Spring fever is once again getting a grasp on the students, the teachers
too stubborn to admit it.
March 29-Rain! Rain! and more of it.
March 30-The Senior girls decided upon white dresses, white stockings, and black
slippers for graduation.
March 31-Waiting for April Fool tomorrow.
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April 1-Sanford Turner was found busily trying to call 4113-J. Too bad he didn't
know it was April Fool's day.
April 4-Nothing Happened. Laugh that off!
April 5-Juniors are very excited about their class play "Seventeen,"
April 6-Music today! Oscar Jensen and Mr. Nelson surely are the syncopating
duet when it comes to singing "Red, Red Robin."
April 7'-Senior Class has a meeting to decide various things concerning graduation.
April 3--Last day of school for 10 days. Oh, what a grand and glorious feeling.
April 19-Students are all hack but are they all awake, that's the question.
April 20-Emma Havey and Hazel Spilde had a little argument today in the hall.
Hazel was heard to say, "Oh, you surely can have it both ways." Mr. Falk ap-
peared on the scene and told her not to get too vicious.
April 21-Nothing real exciting happened today. But that's a common occurence.
April 22-Local oratory and declamatory contest tonight.
April 25-Monday brings the fear of VVednesday's group meetings which means rc-
April 29--After this week only 5 weeks left. Junior Prom. Evervbody is dancing
to the strains of the Thompson's Best, having one gala night of glee.
Illay 1-Everybody is studying in order to make good the last few weeks.
May 6'-Many girls look like musicians but it's only a fake. It's the process of
again regaining their crowning glory.
May 9-Monday always finds not a few sleepy heads.
Iilay I1-Wednesday brings music and I5 minutes of joy to the entire student body.
Friday the 13th. 'Nough said.
Time drags along but have no regrets, only 3 weeks left.
Laugh up your sleeve now for a change.
Friday. This leaves only 2 weeks.
May 22-Everyone is getting ready for exams! Buckle down to work, Frosh. It
M a y 23--
The seniors are said to have some talent in their class plav again this year.
lilay 26'-Seniors of " '27" put on their last class play. It was a howling success.
May 30-No school today-Memorial day. But oh, look forward to exams-ouch!
May 31-June 1-fTuesday and Wednesdayj Finals!
Junc 2-Senior Day-Picnic all day, mixer all night.
June .4-All's well that ends well and we're off for 3 months of fun and frolic.
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Miss Siljen: "Give a definition of a chair."
Art Showers: "A chair is a moveable seat used to seat one person with a hackf
Karen Roe: "We're out collecting donations for the Yaharaf'
Prominent Business Man: "Yahara! Any relation of Sahara?"
Karen Roe: "We're out collecting donations for the Yaharaf'
Prominent Business Man: "Is she crippled, sick, or what's the matter with her P'
Miss Larsen: "What is given off by oxidation?"
Gregory Anderson: fmuch thoughtj "Ashes.,'
Miss Hulsether: "It's no pleasure teaching a class where everyone chews gurnf
Boh Scott: "No, I'll het-especially when they don't all chew together."
HEARD AFTER SEMESTER EXAMS
Three 0'C'Iock in the Morning
It's three o'clock in the morning
I've studied all nite thru
And daylight soon will be dawning
Just one more page to review.
This book, so very confounding
Seems just to make one feel
I could just keep right on screaming
Forever, book, at you.
Teacher: fafter all the class had flunked in a testj "Now what does this show
lack of preparation, or--"
Pupil: "Poor teacher!"
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The body of a man is made up of the head, the thoracks, and the abandon. The
head contains the brans, if there is any, The thoracks contains the heart and lungs.
The abandon contains the vowels of which there are five, a, e, i, o, u and sometimes
w and y.
Miss Larsen: "Walter, do you ever pay attention P"
Walter Keenan: "No! I pay money."
AT HI-Y MEETING
Obert A: "Is there any other business before we proceed ?',
Arthur and Robert S. fsimultaneouslyj "Mr, Chairman."
Robert: "O never mind. I was just going to make a motion that we adjourn."
GENERAL DISCUSSION IN HISTORY
Miss Kinsman: "I like to talk about the historical facts and I'm especially fond
Hank Bjoin: "I like dates too."
Miss Siljan: fcoming into class after it had startedj "I'm sorry that I'm late
but I was up in the attic looking for a Midsummer Night's Dream."
Trace: "Mr, Homme, what is the diameter of an average furnace?"
Mr. Homme: "It all depends upon what the radius is.'
SOPHOMORE ENGLISH--"Studying Tam O'Shanter"
Miss Richards: "Malcolm, who was old Nick
Malcolm: fmeditativelyj "Santa Claus."
Miss Kinsman: Cto the classj "Did any of you see the 'Big Parade'?"
Oscar J.: "I did. I saw all the kinds going home after their report cards this
Earl H.: "I wish there were 365 days of rest every year."
Claire S.: "Are you crazy? Then we'd have to work a day every fourth year."
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Miss Kinsman: "This semester you'll all have to read a biography of 600 pages
Hank B.: "Why can't we read some other kind of book? A biography's too
Miss Kinsman: "Did you ever read a Biography ?"
Hank B.: "Sure, I've read 'The Biography of a Grizzlyf "
Everest Olson: "What are you going to be when you get out of High School?"
Aaron K.: "An old man."
FLIGHT OF FRIGHT
No sooner had I stepped across the threshold into the room than I felt myself
hurled into the air like a projective. Everything seemed to swim before my eyes.
The Hoor receded from me with a sweeping speed that made the room about me blur
and dance. The ceiling seemed to drop on me and a horrible sickening nausea over-
came me as I saw it would crush me like a juggernaut. One brief instant and I was
plunged into the water with a resounding splash. Who left the soap on the bath-
'Pardon me," said the young lady kindly, "but will you help the Working Girls'
"Sure," replied the fellow in the raccoon coat, "where are they ?"
Oily to bed and oily to rise
Is the fate of a man when a motor he buys.
Bill Amundson: "I'd tell you a joke but you are in no condition to hear it."
Virginia Hoff fanxiously: "Why can't I hear it F"
Bill: "Because if your face lights up the powder will go off."
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Harriet K.: "B-1-n-d p-g." .
Miss Gregerson: "You left out the i's."
Harriet: "If I put the eyes in it wouldn't be blind."
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walked hastily down the street."
Oscar J.: "I would make a dash after the beautiful girl.
Miss Greene: "Emma, file these papers."
Emma Havey: "Wouldn't it be easier to cut them with a scissors P"
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Stranger: "Can I get a room for three P"
Jerome Cat Hotelj: "Have you a reservation?"
Stranger Qindignantly: "Do I look like an Indian ?"
Teacher: "Wliat was Washington's farewell address P"
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Little marks in French
Make a football player
Sit upon the bench.
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Miss Williams: "Stanley, translate 'Rek Fugitf "
Stanley: "The king flees."
Miss Williams: "You should use 'has' in the perfect tense."
Stanley: "The king has fleas."
Girl: "I'u1 a Delta, Delta, Delta."
Boy: "I heard you the first time."
He sipped the nectar from her lips
As in the moonlight they sat,
And he wondered if ever man before
Had drunk from a mug like that.
SAYS CHARLESTON CHUCKIE
Perhaps the reason so many fellows l1aven't a cent, is because they haven't its
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Teacher: "How do you spell 1nadam?"
Pupil: "Forward or backward it's just the samef'
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Who the Dickens wrote The Tale of Two Cities?
Great Scott, I've forgotten who wrote Ivanhoe.
Teacher: "Who invented the arc light?"
Prof: "Use satiate in a sentence."
Pupil: "I blew my girl to a feed last nite and I'1l satiatef'
Teachers are thoughtful. They have pupils in their eyes all the time.
Small Boy Qto Parentj: "Our teacher has a one track mind. She thinks there
is only one way to spell a word."
KNOW YOUR GEOGRAPHY
Does Vera Cruz on the Gulf of Mexico?
How far from Hot Springs to Chile?
What would Noah think of New-Ark?
Why is Lake Superior?
Could the Black Sea Blue Island if it were in Green Bay?
Do you know why Eureka Springs?
Was Chickasaw a Plymouth Rock?
Does Big Horn make the Bull Run?
What is Leavenworth?
Why does Delaware her New Jersey?
Which is the better protection a Mt. Hood or a Medicine Hat?
When the coast is so irregular, why is Behring Strait?
Does Long Branch grow from Englewood?
Him: "When U and I are one, dear, there'l1 be only 25 letters in the alphabet."
Miss Kinsman: "What were some of the causes for the Declaration of Inde-
Robert Scott: "Common Sense Paines fmeaning to say Paine's 'Common
Miss Siljan fafterthoughtj. "Who wrote on 'My Brother ?' "
Miss Siljan fpassing out themesj: "Has everyone got his theme now ?"
If you remember
The Revolution and the Civil War,
If you recollect the gold rush,
If memories of VVashington,
Madison, and Lincoln
Come back to you-"so sweet,"
If you remember all these things,
Then, my boy,
You're a liar.
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