Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)
- Class of 1928
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Preface I My ,S
t If, in this Y ahara, you find a bird's- ,f
, I N eye-'view of the accomplishments of this , f t 'f
- High School during the year 1927-28 and I . 1 A
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To the people of this comnfgmity who
have, through their whole-hearted sacri-
ficesg persistent efforts, and arnfice, made
it possible for each member of the class
of 1928, to complete his high school
education, 'we gratefully delficate this
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Purple and White
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'l'his animal has lmeen dedicated as a trihute of appreciation to all
those Who make possihlc our schools. No more deserving or fitting
recipient ever was thus honored. Connnendahle as such expression
is, if it he genuine, there is implied an unfinished ohligation. That
pledge should he a resolve to become worthy of our opportunities.
To have properly accounted for one's opportunities is to have coni-
pensated for thern. .'XlllCI'lCZ1 and Ainerieans desire no other liomajge.
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Stoughton may rightfully view with pride her progress as a city.
'l'l1c memlmers of thc class of V723 truly merit congratulations for
graduation. However, progress in the past is vital only as a lmasis,
guide, and stimulus to action in the future. Ylfliile we as citizens or
as graduates lrask in the satisfaction of our achievements to date, lct
us resolve that these arc only a start. May wc so lmuild that we arc
worthy of our iulleritaucc and opportunity.
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Secretary ........... ......... F lorence C 715011
Treasurer ...,... ......., S ynova Asleson
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Il I ".Xeexll':u'y. spot-tl. nent' '..xl'C01lllIllSllllll'1'll tells
J ness, all of these lllillit my story fur me-no
IM IUI' Kre:ttllcss." net-rl fur noise."
I lfuml, 43 Cmnntcrcinl Cunnnercinl Contest, 3,
xl Lnntc-st. 3, 43 Dehute -Ig il, A. A., 3. 43 Girl
II 1 Cluh. 1343 G. A. A., 2. Reserves, 43 Home EC
II -I. 41 f-Ifl Reserves, 4: Club, 43 Languzxgc
II 3 Lzmguztge Lluh, .Ig Ya- kfluln, l, 3, 35 Yilllilril
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I ".Xlw:uys willing, cheer- "R e cl ll c :1 cl e clinntl
ful, :tml friendly." how!"
II GIF? flllll. 3. 43 fl. A. llnncl, l. 2. 3, 41 Bus-
I,' ig'-lx-l.1 -513 llllfefglil? kethnll, 43 lntercluss.
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I Glee Clnh Plnvs, 3, 43 I I I I
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.Xthletlc llnarcl. Presi-
rlent, 4: llzlsehzlll. 31
Cheerlezuler, 3. 43 Dru-
nmtic Club, 43 Stumlem
fnnneil, 3, 4.
'KX quiet, nmusellke
nature fur za unlet.
nmnsellke person. '
llmne ICC Ululr. -I.
"Hull IS il guml seuul Ill
more ways than une."
.Xthletic Bnnrll. 43 Bus-
ketlmll Squad, 3, -Ig
lnterclnss. J, 45 lli-Y,
R, -Ig Fnnthnll Squzul. l.
l. 3, 4. Captain, -ig Glue
Glee Club, .l, 43 fllee
Clulx Play. 3: Stnrleuv
Connell, 43 Trztek. l,.4.
".X friend in neexl is il
,Xthlutie Burlnl, 43
Vice l'r1-sitlent. 43 ln-
Ierclzts-4 llzlsketlxnll, l.
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-I3 Delvute Clulu, .Ig G.
A. A., J, 4, Sturlcnt
Council. 43 l'rIun Cmn-
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Qirl iRc-serves, 43 llnnu- Qllllyie-E:
IW klull' 4' Glee Clulx Play. 21
Language Cluln. I, 2, 3,
4: Yulmrzl Stuff. 4.
l,l'XS'l'.Xll, AIARUARI-1'l' li1.1.u'KsoN, Mluu1xN
"A numrlest. student uf "I,et's giggle-il's great
sulmer phlz, spurt."
"VVlju suulies yvell, .uul
mlmls her MZ' lntercluss Busketlxull.
Cauumfire, Treasurer 33
Girl Reserves, 43 llmuv 41 Dflfutf Club' 33 Dm'
lic L-'uh' 4. IIIIIUC Lluln, 4.
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nut of that lmok, l'll
show you u real time.
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want to hear yum' guml
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llume lic Clulu, 43
l,:u1guuge Clulv, 3. 4.
Fr:I.l.ANn. lirrlNn lfuuzs, Rumen
"Rich mzxu. puur mam.
he-ggzu' man, thiefg
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Class President, l: De-
lmle Club. 33 Dramatic
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'nlllu' willinglsst nl' Wurli-
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full uf pep--wlmt more
mulil une wish fur?"
Czunplire, l, 2. 3. Pres-
iilc-nt. lg Class l'lay.3Z
,, Debate Club, 3. Secre-
, tary, Debate Squadvl,
i Dramatic' Club, 3, 4.
l Secretary. 35 Declzini-
atnry, l, 2. 43 G, A. A.,
l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club,
1, 2, 3, 4. President.
ly Z, 33 Glee Club Play.
,li 2, 35 Language Club,
U, 1, 2, Q3, 4g'Pl1ilo, 2, 3,
s 4, be-ere-tary, 5, 4.
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:Nl Double Sextel. 3, Stul
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wnys brings lmppi-
Cnxnptirc. 1, 2, 3, Sec-
retary-'l'rensurer. l, 2,
ti. A. A.. Z3 Language
Club I, 2. .lg Philo, 3,
4, l'rum Committee, .lg
Yuhnm. Staff, 3.
"l cannot check my
Ag Club 4, President,
lnterclass Basketball, 2,
J, 45 Junior Class Play,
Football, 3, 4, Lan-
guage Club, .lg Stutlent
l:UR5l'I'l' n, M ATTN!-:w lill.lll-1R'l'StlN , M .unixx
actinns will bring just
as much success as su-
Ag Club. 4, Football .l,
-lg Glee Club, I, 23
Glue Club Play, 2.
"Simple, quiet. :mil
Home lic Club, 45 Lain-
guzxge Club, 4.
tiounurv, Erin-:L ISRETEMZVK, liimxrx
"l'm happy and gay:
come on let's play."
G. A. A., 3, 43 Girl
Reserves, 4, Basket-
wealth like si
Stoughton High Srlioul,
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Haissux, ll.-umm "Martha had a little
. . lamb,
lxxllllllllllll sliuulil be --vyh,,S,. Huvce was
lllilllt' ul' str-rner stulf.
but never liunesty nur
r white as snow,
".X-nil everywhere the
little lainb went.
lianil, l, 2. 5, -lg Foul- nuunlm had N' guy
ball, -lg lnterflass lias- ul . C1 1 1 2 3
ki-tball, -lg Orelieslra. 4: egextellfil, Ev 3: 45
4- Ilnuble Sextet, Z, Dra-
matic Club, 4, Lan-
guage Club, 3, 4, Com-
mercial Cnntest, 4,
Glec Club l'lays, 2, 5,
Haxsi-xx, Nuaua Haxsrzx, Roi.1.iN
"SlmrI, eliunky and "Mischief calls, l must
G. A. .X., 3, 43 Girl .Xg Club. 4, Athletic
Reserves. 4, Treasurer, Board, 4, Treasurer,
lluun- lic Club, -l. Language Club, 43 Pell
Presillent: S t u il e n t Club, l.
"School is my friv.-ml."
"Not a care in tbe
Even sclunnl uevei
l, Z, 3, 43 Glee Club, l,
2, 3, 4, Play, l, 2, 3
43 Male Quartet. 3.4
Patrol lkaptainj, 4,
l'mm Cuininittee, 3,
Railio Club, 3.
"lt's great lu be alive."
Basketball, 3. 4, In'
terclass, I. Z1 lli-b',2Q
junior Class llay:
Class Secretary, 12
l'rc-siflent, 45 Dramatic
Club, 4, President,
Student Council, 4,
Cnmmittee, Y a h a ra
Stalf, 1, 4.
"Music is the universal
language of mankindf
Campfire, 1, 2, 33 ,lun-
inr Class Playg Clee
Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee
Club l'lays, 2, 3. 4,
Language Club, 45 Sex-
tet, 3, 4.
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lnn' furutells my fli-
Grzuluatvs in livln'nai'y,
1929. Glu- Cluh J. -l,
-lg Gln- Club play, 3.4:
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lalrul, 43 lrtnn Qum-
"Delightful task! Tn
rx-ar the te n rl 0 r
"Tu tt-:wh the young
iilea how to sliuutf'
Grzuluatcwl from S. ll.
S. in l927. T. 'lf Ki.,
Round Tahlc, Vice-
Mllring on a lu-v-man!
Don't CI'IllllIl my stylu. '
,Iuniur Class l'lay:
lfnntlrall buquail. .lg Hi-
Y, 2. 3, 43 Orchestra,
"I am ready! Bring on
Girl Reserves, 4: llume
EC. Club. -lg Language
"Vl'hat ilu I want with
studies when muscle-s
and sports send up
Ettteretl as a Snplw-
more frnm East Siclv
lliizh Schnnl, Marlisnn.
Athletic Board. 4:
llasehall, .lg llaskct-
hall, 2, .l, 4, Captain.
4: lli-Y, 43 Stull:-nt
Council, 45 'l'r:1cl-Q. 31
Ulass janitor. -lg limit-
lnall. 3. -l.
"Many a smile shi-
smulc, many a wink
Athletic lloaril, -lg
L'anipl'ii'c', l, Z, 3, Src-
retary, 3: ,luninr Class
Play: Delvate Clulm, 3:
llramatic Club, 5. 4:
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Glu' Cluh, 1, 2, 3, 45
Glen' Clulu l'lay, Z. 3.
45 Language Clnlw, l,2.
.L -l. l'resinlc-nl, 4:
Pep Cluh. 1. 25 l'hilu,
3. 3. 4, Vice-I'resirlent.
4: Student Council. 3.
45 lntvsrclass llaskcl-
hall, 1, 2, 3, 4.
l'lOl,fNl, W'.xi.1'i-:R lluixrnx, llr:uni:k'r
"A pulilc, sqllarv
shunting llilfll-l'llIIfl'l :il
ways has fl'li'llllS.'
Baml. 2. 3. -lg lntvr
Class l'lask0thall. 4
Class Sacrrtary. I, '
lg Llass Vice-l'res14lc11r
41 Dramatic Ululi, 4
Glev Club. 43 Glen Clulr
l'lu 4 lli Y 4 Ui
-.v v '. 1 '
"'l'he only wav In haw
a fric-nfl is tnvlnc- una-.'
Delfurcsl High Srlnm
1927, 'l'. 'l'. U.: Ruun.
The YA1-IARA 1
"Anything ilone is
"Dou't auger me :ind
'l'll do some worth
while things for you."
1, 2. .lg junior Class
l'l:iy: Class Treaisttrer,
lg Ddlllllt' Club, 35 De-
linte Squad, 3, 41 De-
elcxmntory, 33 Dramatic
Clulx, 3, 4: G. A. A..
2, J, 4,Sec.-Trezis., .lg
Vice-President, 4: Girl
Reserves, 45 Glee Club.
1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Cluli
Plays, 2, 3, 4: llonor
Society, 3. 4: Language
Club. l, 2, 33 Sextet,
43 Yziltzira Staff, 4.
:ire the signals of
"'XN'hat price glory? I'rl
like to buy some."
llzincl, l, 2, 3, 43 De-
imute Ulull, .ig Football.
J, .ig tilee Cluli null
Play. 43 lli-Y. 43 Or-
chestra. l, 2.
of good work
"Gentlemen p r e t' e r
Deerfield lligh School,
l927g T. 'l'. C.: Rouiul
I .1-11-1 IQ, M .x N sm.
"Nothing goes wrong'
if you never :lo :muy-
Glee Cluh, 43 Glee Cluli
. y, .
iaic, H Eu-:N
"Light of heart and
Deerfield lligh School.
10273 'lf T. U.: Rounll
Table: Memlicr of lix-
l.l'N Ill-Illlilttl, ll lRI.liY
"Silence is golden."
Stoughton High School,
l9.27g 'l'. 'l'. C.: Rountl
. 'Phe Y A H A R. A '
l.I'I:'I'III, XflRGlNlA IIILXRII, YI-ZRNUN
If "SlIe's sII11Illofst:1tlIrf', l.c! thu wurhl sliflv
U uixnml oh. how lIllDIlCSf. lg-thtlw wurlml gn:
' Shes almost :IfQiIIrl fu "AX ng fm- can ami H
:Q show hs-r lxrwt, Hg for wmv!"
3 ll:IIIIl. 2. K, -lg lIItI'I'
', claw l3:Ielu'tlI:Ill, 3.
I ' .
MIIiIcIaI.sIIN, CI..-IIRIZ xlIll'l'lIl'N, ll.XNN.Xll
5 .lQlllE'lllC'SS :Intl pefsis- "'l'lIr Illllllvlf' that llI5
' teII1:e :Ire the IIri1IcIplz-s chin CllIll1llllS has llt'illl
uf any rx'sIv1IIIsIlIlc ly in its rmIII1l."
mn' In- Forest nigh SI-II....I
I! 19273 'l'. T. C.: RIIIIIII
J 3 '-
lr' NI4:I.sIIN, flI.AIlYS Ntllilll.Il4I, IXNNA
:I f'SCl1IIrIl is :Ill right! "lIIclI1stry,pc-rseveraxlce
'V III Its place." :Inrl zlhility, the powt?
' ful cnmhixmtion o
I I I- cl: B1.'li'Ilill, ff ..
1. .f' I.. :mf the
I 3, 45 Girl fic-serves, 45 Horne Ee. Cluh, 43
I I.:mgII:Igf- Lluh. 4. Language Club, 3, 4.
I NIRsIf.TI.k, QORRINE INIIRSTAII, l'.l.EANOR
"llInIur is thx' rn-w:IrIl
il L'uIIIII1ercizIl L'Imtr'st. 45
I I Girl Reserves, 43 Home
ll lfv. Cluh, -ig l.:IIIgurIge
Klulv. .lg llllllfl. 2, 3. 4.
HXvlHllt'X'i'l' is worth
mlning :II :Ill is worth
Gl'ZlflllIlft'Ll D c- e r 6 e ld
High Schmml, 19275 T.
'lh Lf: Ruunfl 'l':IlIln'.
'T . j iii" ., ,
sim.. 'I 1?
"rr - "" -f
,f-' ' ' , ,.
Nvmmiui, ALVIN Orsox. .'hR'l'llL'R
"XXoiucn always fall
for the sturrly athlete.
Athletic lloaril, 2. 3:
Baseball, .35 Basket'
li ll 1 7 l 4 C1
ll . - -. . V 2 3 "
tain, 25 Class l lay
Manager, .15 Class
Yicc - Presiilenl. .25
Treasurer, .lg Footluall,
I, 2, 3, 45 lli-Y, 3. 45
I'roni Connniltee 5 Ra-
nliu Club, 35 Track. l.
"A merry heart goes
all the slay.
Your sad tires in a
l, J. 3, 45 Caniplirc. 1.
2. 35 Class Treasurer.
2: Vice-l'resislr.-nt. 35
Secretary, 45 Commer-
cial Contest. 45 Drama-
tic Club, 45 G. A. A..
J, 3, 45 Honor Society,
J, 45 Language Club, l.
J. 35 l'hiln. Z. S. -I5
l'roni Connnittcv:5 Stn'
dent Council, l. 2. 45
Business Manager of
Yaharaq Holder of
"His minnl -his 'king-
llum. anwl his will is
2. 3, 45 junior Class
l'lay5 Commercial Cou-
Iest, 45 Hi-Y, 2, 3. 45
Secretary, 45 Hulderof
Spade, 35 Honor So-
ciety, 45 Language
Club, 2. 35 Prom Com-
mitteeg Student Coun-
cil, 4: Editor-in-Chief
"Speedy-Oh, my! But
he gels there."
1929. Ag. Club, 4, Sec-
retary5 Football, 4,
Qu.-x M, Pmm.
"This Pearl is bright
and shining too."
I, 2. 45 Debate Club, 35
Debate Squad. 5, 45
G. A. A.. Z. 3, 45 Girl
Reserves, 45 Presiclent,
Language Club. 3 5
Philo, 45 Student Coun-
cil, 45 Class VYill.
"l'm the other half.
My brother has noth-
ing on me."
Band, l. 2, 35 Sport
Manager, 3, 4, Class
l'l:ly Stage Manager5
it y 'thrs-c
RA xmic lame, HAROLD
"l'm one-half of a
Band, l, 2. 35 Class
l'lay Stage Manager,.l5
Track, 1, Z. 3.
"She's gnotl of heart
and good of nature,
She-'ll nroliahly ruin
some old bachelor."
45 Campfire, l, 2, 35
Secretary, 15 President.
35 ,luninr Class l'lay5
Debate Club, 35 Dra-
matic Club, 45 G. A.
A., 2, 3, 45 Language
Club, 35 Philo, 45 Stu-
dent Council, 3.
I Y ,
g . .
2 Rr:1xs'r,uv, Nmuilx Sulvsox, l4:l.lZ.'Xllli'I'll
TE "Sclmul with alll its nl wish l Weff lllfvi'
i W.-,rk and may ,S my pc-rswms sn cnulnl hc
.. in Q x lnlerclass haekctlrall,
wiirlllt-lT:rw4Ls.4, llunu 1' 3' 1' 4: k.mnvHre'
" ' ' 1. 1. .lg junior Class
l,l!lj'Q D1-hate Clulu, .ig
Debate Suuzul. 43 llra-
3 matic' Cluh. 3. 43 ll.
j .X. A.. 2, 3, 43 Lan-
"Rah! Rah! Rah! Cul-
l lnlc-rclass llaakc-llvall
7 l juni r Cli l'liv'
U I SS I
' Dclulntc Club, 33 Ura:
"A heart tu cohen-ix':'.
the unrln-rsmncliiig to
direct. auml the haml tn
"lfvvi'yrn1v lilws a 1'X4'Ulll'-N
guml-l1L'ar1t'rl worker." 113111113 1, 23 33 Baslivl-
v I M I 4 hall, 43 ,Iuuiur Class
lntqerulass llanlxitlwall. muy: Class Iwesidcmv
lf ij 41 k?'lll'fH'li' 23 Commercial Contest.
'Q " "" ' " 'l' ' 2. 43 Dchate Squad. 3.
ln-sulcul, 43 l.amguagr 4, Dr,Hn,HiC Club .4 4,
. , . . , .. ,
Clulm. J, 33 l'h1h1. 43
Stiuln-nt Council, -8. l-1:'l'Il,ll'llll'2 Gigi, i-'lisa
Play. 2, .43 lli-Y, 1.2. 3.
4: llunur Society, 3,41
Language Cluh. I. 2.
.33 Oramry, I, 2, J. 43
District Oratnry, 3, .12
l'rmu Cuinmkitteeg i Stu-
clc-nt Council, 23 Ya-
hara Stalf, 4.
u,l.l'1lClllllg is a mulvlv
ll U umm XVURINIZI-IR, ANNA
K1 r :1 sl u ri 1 4- ml from 3, 3 ,Q V
Stixiigliluil Iliglm Sclmul lfirslsluxll 1 f illjills
N27' 94-ci'vt:il'v :incl llrmg Mluichx- 'hu '
'l'i'c-'imrfir uf i Ruuml Umm' fmm lhlunnkmi
'I-Hin, lligh SChmxl, 1921:
l'rc-simlcut of Rimuiul
'll1lllll'Q Stiule-nt koun-
"Can l liavv a ilrvss
suit? l'm nhl Q-nuupzli
In Iiavv a gnml time."
llaml, 1. 2, 3, 43 Bas-
lwtlnall Squarl. 2, 3, 43
junior Class l'lay3 Du- 1
H C Q lr-atv Clulm, 33 Drama-
!+.l" tic Cluh, 43 lfrmtlmll,
-2 . 3 43 Glee Cluh, 43 Radio
' q ali 1 Club. 33 l'rum Cum-
' ' l ' niiltcv.
i Jl -J ..
E' qc- 37...
page twenty -four
matic Club. 43 limit-
hall Squad, 33 Buys'
guage Cluh, l, J, .13
"Raphael hail uuthing
Glvc-ACluli, 3, 43 Vice- li. A. A.. Z. J, 43
l'resul:'nt. 43 Clee Cluh Home lfcmiuniics Clulx,
Play. 3. 43 Hi-Y, 2,,1, 4.
4. Treasurer, 3
clleslra, l, 3, 4, l',-es.
irvlvnt. 43 Stullc-111 Crum-
Timusux, A-Xgllfg YI-ISTIERIIAIII., Clxkor.
"Eloquence, where are lfflllll 'Yf Slllfllfk' llllf
than-I ng-ml thee: short nf words."
tim full of thee,"
l l'uutl1ll 1 4, lli
' Pr .-. '
Y. Z, 3, 4.
13 Lnnguagz' Clulm, 3,
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'The .YA1-1A1v.A. 1928
Prophecy of the Class of 1928
"Tempus fugit"-time flies. It is 1938. The class of 1928 has passed on, each
to his own calling, has forgotten its school days and is facing the serious side of
life. As I sit in my chair smoking my pipe and sipping my-pop with Art Olson,
we talk of the good old days and how all the old pals are coming along.
What's Keenan doing since last we saw him? .
Oh! he's commander-in-chief of the U. S. Army--K. P. Corps.
Hoverson's joined the Salvation Army. I hear. His marvelous voice and
serious nature are quite an asset to the organization
Pearl Quam, I guess, got kicked out of five colleges, she simply couldn't make
The twins just completed an aviation feat that made Lindberg's picture turn
over in the history book.
By the last election, Ann Nordlie has been elected first woman Governor of
Wisconsin. Another honor.
As I walked by the N ygaard residence the other day, a couple of dishes came
a flyin' out of the window. He must be catching now instead of pitching.
Earl Hanson is quite the engineer. He brings that gas train into Stoughton
every day on the dot.
Synova runs the Soda Grill down the street. She mixes a mean malted.
Edwin Jensen has just succeeded Mr. Falk as S. H. S. Principal. He's a
great lover of studies and children.
Sampson and Ellickson shake a wicked foot and are the Headliners in Mil-
waukee Gayety Vaudeville bill tonight.
Fries and wife have moved to Washington. He's chairman of the Republican
That good-looking Hoover girl met the Prince of Wales at a horse race.
They're married now. Quite a sensation.
If you want to hear a good talk, you want to be at the coliseum and hear Matt
Furseth plead for VVorld-wide Woman Suffrage.
Cy Holmes made the touchdown yesterday for Milliken College that beat
Notre Dame. Oh, yesg he couldn't wait, he's married, too.
Florence Olson broke into the limelight when she swam the Atlantic Ocean a
Rollie is Barnum 81 Bailey's right-hand man.
I saw Bill Amundson the other day. Even though he is a millionaire he was
diggin' ditches for a hobby and chewing a cud of Beechnut.
Heggie Holton drives a taxi cab. I've never ridden with him, but I've been
held up on the street many times.
Shorty Amundson is a stern man now. He's coxwain on the varsity crew.
Arne Stensby is leading man in Coon Sander's Orchestra. He leads all the
rest by about four measures.
Norma Hansen and Hocking are authors of a calorie chart for reducing girls.
Astrid Felland is making a house to house campaign to sell cigarette lighters-
you know-that good kind that lights with one match.
Midgard is a fish vender in New York. As his side line he snaps unique
pictures of foreign life in the slums for U. P. service.
Halverson is playing to full houses on the stage. She last appeared in the grow-
ing metropolis of Utica.
By the way though, Art, what are you doing?
Oh! I-I-I'm headgof the Smith College for Girls.
And so have all the Seniors of 1928 passed on, giving to posterity their mirac-
ulous and well worth while accomplishments.
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The YA1-IAILA 1918
'Phe YAHARA 192
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Will of the Class of 1928
lVe. the Senior Class of 1928 of Stoughton High School, being of as sound
mind and of as disposing memory as can be expected after having spent four years
inthe aforesaid institution, do make the following our last will and testament.
First: It is our will and we hereby direct that our vast debt of gratitude to
Mr. Berg, M r. Falk, our advisor, Miss Klenert, and the rest of our faculty be paid
as fully as possible by the present juniors through perfect preparation of lessons,
staid demeanor in class, and thorough devotion to said persons and faculty.
Second: Upon condition that aforesaid requirement is carried out, we give
and bequeath to the Class of 1929 our dignity as Seniors and our privileges as
leaders of our exalted institution of learning.
Third: We hereby direct our worthy successors to solemnly give heed to and
accomplish the following personal bequests:
1. Our chief, Harold Hoverson, leaves his coy blushes to Herman Gjestson.
2. Rollin Hansen leaves his manly voice and bearing to Gilmor jorgenson.
3. Ethel Gordon leaves her regard for the insignificant sex to Verna Luraas.
4. Cy Holm leaves his athletic prowess to no oneg he cannot be equaled.
5. Eldred Rasmussen leaves her darling dimples to Phil Klaesson.
The Randecker Twins leave their skill in orthography to Harold Halver-
7. Bill Amundson leaves his love for the Sophomore Class to Dorothy Hat-
8. Florence Olson leaves her preference for bashful boys to Florence Rowe.
9. Anna Nordlie leaves her quiet behavior to Henrikka Skaarness and
10. Norma Hansen and Mildred Hocking leave their effective diet formulas
to Olga Wigsmoen and Mildred Hansen.
ll. Esther Bondehagen leaves her honors in Shorthand to l.eobelle Hagen.
l2. Roger Fries leaves his love of "wrangling" to Clarence Nicholas.
Donald VV right leaves his rosy complexion to Malcolm Stogdill.
14. VV alter Keenan leaves his love of learning to johan Onsrud.
15. Alvin Nygaard leaves his faithfulness to the "Tie that Binds" to Paul
l6. Edith Hoover leaves her ability to snap her gum to Mary Hale.
17. Rudolph 'lorgenson leaves his extreme modesty to Frank Currier.
18. Art Olson leaves his great success as Editor-in Chief of the "Yahara" to
anyone who can fill his place.
19. Mildred Halverson leaves her dramatic ability as the fair heroine to Mary
20. The Seniors leave to the Class of '29 the most efficient and best looking
staff of instructors that has ever entered S. H. S.
Fourth: We hereby nominate and appoint our esteemed friend and motherly
advisor, Mrs. Anderson, executor of this our last will and testament.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal this 27th day of
Senior Class of 1928 tSealj
The foregoing instrument was on the day and date thereof signed and sealed,
published and declared by the Senior Class of 1928 to be its last will and testament
in the presence of us who at the president's request, and in his presence, and in
the presence of each other, have signed our names hereto as attesting witnesses.
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M Tmwwlhrnv?-VIII ' . ""'
'The Y A A H A 11. A 1 9 9. 8
junior Class Officers
Presiclent ..........,.., ..,.,,... N Iary II:1Ie
Vice-I'resicIcnt -A-'f ,,,ss I "rank Cl1l'I'IE'I'
Secretary 'w,,, ,,.,s,,.,. ...... ...,., I I 1 xrrict Ilalc s
,I'l'CZlSlIl'Ll ....... Ilurutlly IIz1tzingcr
i I .,4, 2
IIJI l II:g 3Iv1,5 .A'4, l
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It seemed a long time
before we are full-fledged
Juniors, but when we did
reach that important stage
in our high school course,
we decided to make the
most of it. The junior
Class always has much to
accomplish during the year.
It must put on a Prom in
honor of those who grad-
uate, and in order to earn
enough money for this, it
must successfully stage a
class play. Thus, if the
class wishes to establish a
record in the school, there
are many responsibilities for
it to shoulder. Fortunately,
our class showed much en-
thusiasm and willingness to
help in putting on these en-
The Junior class needs, if
it wishes to make a success-
ful year, responsible and
hard-working class omeers.
Realizing this fact, we se-
lected the Junior cabinet,
carefully choosing as our of-
hcers those whom we knew
would ably lead the class.
NYe did not have much dif-
tienlty in selecting a presi-
dent: the popular Mary Hale
was almost nnaniinonsly
elected. She had served as
an officer in our lirosh and
Sophomore years, proving
her dependability as Il class
executive. For our Yice-
president we chose Frank
Currier, who, we know. could
hest fill that place, as he is
well liked hy his classmates
and one with whom we can
easily co-operate. Harriet,
Mary's twin sister, was se-
lected as an ahle secretary.
.-Xlthough she had not been
an officer hefore. we knew
that her service would he
valnahle to the class. Last,
hut Certainly not least, we
needed a treasnrer to care
lor our linances. llefore we
voted we knew that person lo
he no other but Dorothy
llatzinger. She has been
treasurer both years before
and was so efficient in her
work that we eonld think of
no other person for the joh.
As is customary. the ,Inn-
ior Prom is a innch-looked-
forward-to event. Realizing'
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i Unsrud, II.
this. we set out to make it
one of the best ever given
here. VVe remembered how
we had always longed in
vain to go to the Prom, and
now that we ourselves were
about to give one, we wanted
to make a big thing of it.
lf we may judge by the prc-
parations now being made
for the Prom as to what
success it will have. we feel
safe in saying that it will go
over big, as much enthusiasm
is being shown, and everyone
is willing to work.
Our class has certainly
proved its worth in Drama-
tics. VVe were mighty proud
of Leobelle and Frank in the
Oratory and lleclamatory
contest, to say nothing of the
fact that a junior, l'hilip
Klaesson, made the debate
team. Then to top it olT, our
class put on the funniest and
most enjoyable class play.
"The Poor Nut."
VVC boast of having' an
excellent advisor in Miss
johnson. She was willing
always to help us in any-
thing' we attempted.
The YAHARA 192,
Sophomore Class Officers
Presiclent ..........,.........A,...,..,..........,,......... Constance Olson
Yicc llresiclcnt ..,,... ,.,,...,. I ilizaheth llmtning
Secretziry ..,..,,,, ,,,,.v... l illsworth XValmler:1
'llrensnrer .....,.,, .Y..... l larriet Kvzlllieim
january 24, 1912
"Lifel we've heen awhile together
October 29, 1927
rlillfilllgll pleasant and through cloudy weather,
'Tis hard to part when friends are dear-
Perhaps 'twill cost a sigh, a tearg
Then choose thine own time."
97ze YAHARA 1 9.8
Row l. tiuliiai
on. li. lfhlv. Hriekson, Chapin. Berg. Iiiirau.
Row 2. firetlviihollll. lKomlvh:igen. iiralrolfl, liukken, ii. .Xmlt-iwoll.
Row 3. I., Dahl. llrotnilig, Ilia-xxx-i', I. Ifosilzihl. Nl. Ifosrlahl, .Xalak-on, .Xloim-, Ilililie,
Row -J, .Xlvx4oii. lijoriiethun, lflliclwoii, Uirisliaiisoii. Ilragwtzul. Hailey. lilhaii. xl, lhlil
Row 5. N. lfhlc, .Xapm-rheim, Kiarpeiiter. Uerwh. lirolxlirl. Harry. fi:n'i'igl1s. Criihlle. Folia 1
. ,, .,, ., . mol IHHIIILN
lhis ve'1r tmcls us the claw ol 1050 I'TSL'll Irom the lowhiie'
wise and older Sophomores. We have mloiie much to further the social mtallu
and athletic lite of Stoughton High.
Through hearty cooperation as members of a great class. we haw 1 1 1 .
active friendly rivalry with other classmen.
Again when the time has come for boosting our "Alma Mater." i tue ion cc
iii with every good fellow iii hearty spirit of hope to promote the genei 1 we t nc 4
Our peppy classmates are a lmneli to he proud of and some tl mi . it
front as being most outstaiicling. In the athletic tielcl "Greg" ,-Xiiclerson lloiiu
johnson and "Fat" Olson put us ou the map with their tight. Ulilfic XX llc ci 1
Run' I. Nlvknrtliy, li. ills-in. llirklln, tl. Ulsun, lhusc. NX. I,:irs0n, NIc'lxm'vlwiA, ll. -Inlinsnn. I'. Ilunv
Run' J. Nl-it-n. N-rtlln-, I.. ,lnluis-ni, Xt-ltnni. I,zuI:I, Xygxutrml, .X. Xt-Isun, Nln-istnt-r. lxirluy. llnlt-un.
. , I , .
Rim' S. L' Olson, .X. X1-lsun. l,nn4I, Xlclwulxinil, l. l,:irsmi, Onlvgnrilcii. I,nIil4t-n, I.. llnw. I,vt', I. Nt-lsnil
Run -I, I. llqtrria-nl, Xl. Ilm-t-, Unsgxiril, .X, llfirrit-4l. livzilln-im. Kitt:-lsun, Kxatnrilx. ,IL-nst-n. Niclmls.
Row 5, Slim. I,in-Irnil. Kannvznigc-i'. .Xinln-rsmi, I,uwis, Ka-1-gmt, Nlnurt-.
I't'tt-r Ya-:t :intl -Iininn' Scntt wcrc thc hright lights in luztsltcthzill. They will he
QFCIII lml:tycrs in l03ll. tltlwrs, tim, tnrnccl unt in zttlilvtics ztnrl prnvcrl big lmssi
hilitivs Im' tht- cuiiiiiig' f'k'1ll'S with liulws uf lint- tc-:uns to coiitiiltlt' in victmn'y.
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hcini, llcrtlut Aslztlastwii, :incl Nlzirinn 'l'u:1y were nur :lhle IUl'VVZlI'flS with l,illiz1n
Ifvziitvik, lilixzilmctli llrutning, Marion Iluvc, :incl Nancy Christiansen acting as
gnzirmls. XXI- Izlilctl to "cup" any title. lint watch ns nt-xt year!
-' zctivitics-Iluiizilfl blnhnsun. "thc silver-tmigticcl nr:1tur" :incl "Pete"
In uthti 1
Xil'Zl with his Iicry clucliiciicc rccciwcl first :incl secuml place in our class for Uratory
this yt-:nz Cmistznicc Ulsun and llzirrict Iivallicitti wcrc winning Ilcclzinizitnry cun-
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1 if course the siiveess uf this great yezir, IQQN, clepeurls pzirtizilly un our utlisers.
c4llllSlIlllK'C Ulsuu, our cliguilierl presimleut, has cluue iuufh tu iiimierise Hur SlICt't'SS
with the help ul' the :lhle !lSSlSlIllll, Ylkl'-l,l't'SlIli'Ill lilizzihetli Ilruluiug, lllll' Sevre-
, lziry, lfllswurtli XY2llllL'l'Z1. has nut heeu :ui overly lnusy execiitive, hut llzlrriet
' Kvzillieim. our treasurer, has kept the fuucls uf our more ur less wealthy class.
Su this has het-u 11 siiecessliil year, hut how cuulcl it he otherwise with the :ihuve
czipzihle officers :incl :ui nclvisur like Miss llziveu whim ezuft he heziteu.
Two years uf our lligh Scliuul career are now wmiiiig' tu zi close, aucl next year
will liml us higger mid stronger as worthy Dluniurs. You will see wherever you go
that the "Suplis" are alive. su join lieartily with us in giving :1 "rali" for the Class
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Freshmen Class Ofiicers
President ....,.,........ ...,,,.,... H arry Kirby
Vice President .....,... .......,, L ouise Langemo
Secretary ',.,... ......... ..., . , .Mildred Onsrud
Treasurer ....... ......, IN Turiel Larson
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CAPTAIN AMUNDSON, Tarklr.
--A tighter, if ever there was one, who
set a fast pace for his team. Many a
bump he took to break up a play. His
all around spirit did much for the
fighting morale of the team. He grad-
ANDERSON, Halfback.-For a
small man, "Gregg" hits 'em hard and
heavy. His speed carried that pigskin
over many a white marker. Do it again
next year, boy!
AUSSE, Tarklzf.-A big man with
lots of speed. When he got started
something had to fall. His first year
points toward some good ones to fol-
CURRIER, Quarterback.-As quar-
terback for the hrst year, Frank called
a mean signal With his "guts" and
fight watch out for him next year
WILKE-Coach Wilke in his first
year at S. H. S. showed his ability
as a coach. VV ith only a few veterans
back and eligible he built up a team
that was a big threat to all its foes.
and, considering the season's tough
luck, was as good as any. lle's back
for a banner year.
MYRICK-As Assistant Coach.
Myrick managed the second team, de-
veloping material for this year at the
same time as he gave the first bunch
stiff workouts. He's back next year.
RANDECKERS.-"Not a sweat
shirt lost all year" is their motto, and
how they live up to it! This year
is the last they'll be managing things
for S. H. S.
FURSET H, Guard.-When "Matt"
graduates this year, S. H. S. loses the
steadiest, nerviest fighter it ever had.
Defensive and offensive he showed his
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HANSEN, Guard.-"Hara" was a
"scrappin" guard. He handled himself
well and his opponents roughly. He's
HOLM ES, Half-Bark.-"Cy" play
ing all year, when he was able to walk
with a bum leg, showed everyone some
of the classiest and neatest ball-car
rying of any high school team. That
"bull dog" fight worried many an op
ponent. He leaves S. H. S. this year
'XX LB JOHNSON, Ha1f-1saf1.,. - when
R Q-,Lillolmes was out, Don filled his place
As a Sophomore and first year man
VEA, End.-"Bo," as a Senior,
played a steady, zippy game at end
With opening holes and marking
tackles, he had his work cut out. Foot
ball was great sport to him.
NYGAARD Full Bark Hors
bore the brunt of this xear s 'lttack and
up holes in the line and his size alone
threw shivers into his opponents
OI SUN Crnfzr A he'1vv pnot
man is zlw ly. needed to balance a lmc
VV1lke puked and developed the best
there was in school in Bat He is
a Sophomore but played like a Senior
CAP PAIN FI LCT THORPIL
End Miracle after miracle marked
Curly s catching of passes He cov
ered his end on defense like a tent
THORSON Guard Asle was all
round utility line man and plenty was
he needed As a Senior he played
bang up ball
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'Dre YAHARA 1928
Ron l. K. Qualu. Ill. Xea, kl. Quinn. fVlelxerx'l1er. llirlverrou.
Ron 2. Mr. fNl3riel4, Nxflglll. Llll'l'lt'l', .Xtlvlnson. ll. Hanson. Olson. Iliorson. Mr. Nlillw.
Row 3, 'l'urxuo, .Xurlersou. l'i. llansou. l'. Yea. johnson. liurselll.
Row -L Randeelaer. .Xusse. Nygaard, .X1nundson. Thorpe. Holmes, ll. Yea.
i ' Football, 1927
l l This vc-ar's footlmall squad was "the hardest hittin' outfit S. ll. S. has had in
years," lnut injuries to llolmes and Nvgaard eomlmined with weather that ransed
1 many of the games to he derided luv luck worked against Stoughton. XYith the
full team intact and weather line, the weak Milton Union team was taken into
il camp to the tune of a 40 to U score. 'l'he next Saturday a terrific battle lmetween
lfort and Stoughton on a muddy lield ended in a 7 lo 0 loss as a
result of a costly fnmlmle. llolmes received the injury that kept him out of praeti-
l cally all the rest of the games. After leading the strong Liniversity lligh team 7
l to 6 in the third quarter, S. ll. S, suilered its first defeat from that team, l3 to 7.
A rather interesting game was taken from the mediocre -letlerson eleven Irv a score
of fi to U. :X sroreless deadlock was the result of a scrappy, interesting game lie-
tween two teams that wouldn't give inffStoughton and Nlonroe. A windy day
and a team that is off eolor usually luring ahout Z1 loss for that team. And so it was
in the linal game. llowever the tezun showed a plugging attitude even in this over-
whelming defeat lmv its old rival, lidgerton. Coach XYillie. here for the lirst year.
l hnilt np a team that showed flashes of the "class" he put into them.
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'The YA1-IARA 199.8
Row l. Mr. Myriek. Currier, Randecker. ,
Row J. Scott, Yea. lloverson, Thorpe.
Row S. jones, Chrislianson. Holmes, l.. XYalclt-ia, li, XYaldei'a,
This year's basketball team was a team that kept getting better and better as
the year progressed. Because of its peculiar habit of coming from behind and
snatching the "bacon" right out of the other teams' mouths, it was the popular
favorite among all basketball fans. Three thrilling games were won by one point
among which was the nerve-wracking, hair-raising Edgerton game. Although the
team didn't land on top of the Rock River Valley league, it cleaned the league
champions twice and showed its complete superiority to all the others at the Wlliite-
Albany .,.........,...., ..,.....,. 6 53
XYiseonsin High ..., .... l 6 l-l
Milton Union .,..... .... 2 3 l7
Monroe ,.,.,...,...., ..,. l 8 16
Fort Atkinson .,,,. .... 2 7 2.3
Edgerton .tt,..... ,... l l lf?
Evansville .,.. .... 1 9 l7
Milton Union .t,e .... l 7 24
Evansville .,.,.... .... l 9 .20
Fort Atkinson ...., ..... 1 7 l8
Edgerton .t.......e ..... 2 3 2-l
Monroe .,Vt,........... ..... l 8 2-l
XYisconsin High ..... .. Zl l7
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It is sufficient to say that his coming from lnzliana shows his knowledge of Basketball. He
developed a good first team and has the line on a good team for next year when he returns.
"Bo's" last year at school was filled with Sports. Here we have him playing guard on
the basketball team. He does not return, but we hope his successor is as good as he is.
Lyle is one of the fastest forwards in this section. He worked hard to get eligible and
then played real basketball. '
"Gar" is a very good forward and handles the ball well while dribbling. passing, and
Captain Holmes was the season's star. He is a fast drihbler, an accurate shooter, and a
good passer. He can be can be complimented with Mr. Myrick on his team.
Hover is a tall, lanky center and sure gets a mean tip-off. He has an eye for the basket.
He will graduate.
'Phe YAHARA 199.8
JANESVILLE 20 STOUGHTON 19
'lanesville was our first step in the run for championship, but we fell. lt was
a hot contest between "Cy" and Tobin, both being taken out on personals. The
winner was in doubt until the yery end, as the lead was shifting continually. The
last basket which blanesyille made was hard luck for ns. The boys could not get
it through the net.
FORT ATKINSON 14 STOUGHTON 19
Uur second game was a battle against Fort. They were easily downed, al-
though they had once before won by a margin of six points. However we
showed our superiority by winning two out of three games. Although this game
was not as inter-eizinkg as the others it put the boys up one step for the consolation
EVANSVILLE 9 STOUGHTON 23
Stoughton easily tamed the livansville basketeers. Our hopes were growing
for a jump at llelavan. By a slow, deliberate game, the boys just gnawed the oppo-
nents' defense until the final wlnstle blew.
DELAVAN 21 STOUGHTON 20
This was the deciding game for Stoughton. liveryone was pulling for this
win, but they failed to pull in the right score. As a result of this game we fell
to fourth place. The boys are deserving of very much credit in their splendid
effort to place in this event and hope that next year the boys to fill the vacancies
will do just as well or better.
The above picture is not a picture of our team today but of one a number of
years ago. Some difference, isn't it, compared to ours of today? Stoughton has
again entered the field of baseball in addition to a possible track team. Consider-
ing that this is Stonghton's second attempt at the sport and also geting in touch
with a new coach, the boys have learned a few of the Fine points of the game.
lfxperience with pitchers other than "l lors" was something new. The faculty
tried to give some opposition but they were unsuccessful. XVe were badly beaten by
the strong Iivansville team by the one-sided score of lg to O for four innings, but
as they were a good team, the defeat was not a bad one. The game wth Lake Mills
was a little delayed. NVith a fairly successful team we look forward to as good a
one next year.
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The presentation of the American Legion Medal was made at commencement.
It was awarded to Alvin Nygaard as being the best scholar-athlete of the school.
"Hors" has the distinction of winning 9 letters in Basketball, Football, liasc-
ball and Trackg making a total of 1343 athletic points. He maintained an average
of 80.7 throughout his four years in High School. Altogether he had a total of
This award is something worth striving for as all previous winners will say,
and we hope that all future winners will be as worthy of the honor as the past
winners have been.
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Run I. Stenslwy. W. .XnunuIsou. Ilulmes. Fries. A. Ulruu.
Run I. If. Ilxiusnn, .Xslvsm-n. Yziseuml, Kirlvy, Xlr. Ifzillt.
Rim 3, O, Uls-in, .Xnilersun, Qusuu, Ilmwer, Ilnversim, II. Ilule.
Rim -I. U. Olsnu. X. Ilxiusen. If, Ulsnu, M. Ilule. XY. .XiuunmIson.
HIFI: I CICIQS
I'resimlent. . , .Y,.,,,, lflurenee tllsnn tSeniur Clztssj
Yiee-I'resiclent ,,,,,... I Iztrulcl Iluversun I Ilrzunzitie Cluhj
Seeretziry-Trezisurer ,,,, I Izirriet lIz1le ttiirls' tilee Cluhj
The Stuilent t'uuneiI represents ezieh elztss nf nur high selunnl :incl every extra-
The presimlents nf their respective elzisses, the relu'esent:1tives ut' :ill nutsicle
zietivities, the eziptzlin nt' the SCIISUIIIS spm't,z1ncl the eheer lezuler make up the L'uuneil.
They get tugether :incl cliseuss, with the zulviee ul' the sehoul principal, Mr. Falk.
either pruhlenis whieh stumlents have hruught up ur plans of improving our scluml.
The cliseussiuns ezirrieml on :incl tleeisiuns mzule :ire :ill enzletecl with the View of lrene-
Iitting the entire stumlent hucly. It is the :tim of nur Cuuneil tn etiemitnge El feeling
nl unity running the students :incl tu tlevelup higher stunclzircls for the scliuul.
This yezir, :ls hefure, we have continued the responsibility of securing some
excellent speakers Im' nssemhly perimls. XYe have earrierl out at plan uf improving
the stucly hull system. This is :I system wherehy the general clisturhzuiee is greatly
cleerezlsecl. There :ire twu clistinet changes:
Iizieh week Il Sturlent Cuuneil memher goes over tu the 'lunior Iligh
Seluwnl stufly hull to tnlae t'IlIll'QC thereg hence the emittisiun of junior
lligh pupils emning here to stucly is entirely eluninzitefl.
I'1l1I'fI1Cl'll1Ibft'. nur tpuneil cleeiclecl that the "speaking privilege" is en-
tirely llllIll'CL'SSIll'j'Q therefore, this privilege luis heen zihnlishecl until
lurther steps he taken tn luring it hztek.
Our Cuuneil this year is CllCICZlYtlI'lllg tu estzthlish Z1 ereecl for Stoughton Iligh
Seluml pupils tu fullow. The eummittee is working on it nuw and we hope tu have
this prnjeet wmpleteml early eiintigli to have it well in praetiee hefure this selirml
'Yhe YAHARA 1928
Row I. Vea: Olson, F.g Kaupangerg Quam. Olson, A.
Row 2. Bjoing Anclersong Sampson.
Recognition for prohciency in scholarship, leadership, character, and service
is expressed in the National llonor Society of Secondary Schools. A common
emblem and definite standards set up by a National Council is used throughout the
350 schools which have national charters. Only students of the junior and Senior
classes who rank in the upper twenty-Five per cent of their class are eligible to this
society. From this number fifteen per cent of the Seniors and live pcr ccnt ol
the juniors who rank highest in the four delinite qualities may be elected to meni-
bcrship. According to the national ruling, the election for members is made by
the principal and four members of the faculty whom he may select. Interest in
school work and character is thus stressed and honors may be found elsewhere
than in athletics only.
Although this club is not socially prominent, membership to it is a privilege
worthy of recognition. Gold Pins are awarded to every member. The National
llonor Society is the most exclusive Society in high school, and a honor to its
'Uze YAHARA 1 '18
Row l. .Xmlersou. lflliekson, Yea. llzinson, lloltan,
Row 2. Currier. Xyflglll, Ilovexson. Stenslwy. Ifries. Bliss liregerson.
Row 3, M. llnle. lloox er, liztsnnissezi, Olson, llalversun. Sampson, Kanpzinger.
Rnvv 4. Alnnnclsnn. Roe. llatzinger. Onsrnul, lljoin. ll. Hale.
llresitlent ..Y.YY,.,.,, .,,. . l larolcl l loverson
Yiee-l'resiclent ..Y..,.., .Y,A,,,,, Mary llale
Seeretary-'l'reasurer. . llenrietta Unsrncl
The Rohert Klantell llramatie Chili, as the name implies. is interestetl in tlra-
matie art, anal hits as its aim the clevelopment of tlramatie ahility. Students from
the hlnnior antl Senior classes who are genuinely interestecl in this type of work
ancl are talentecl in speaking and acting are eleeteml at the heginning of the school
'l'his organization shows marlvecl improvement with the passing of each year,
anal as it has grown its memlmers have ventured into a witler tielrl of work. Some
very sneeessfnl plays have heen prochteetl and some nnnsual acting alwility shown.
Assemlmly program have heen flireetetl hy the elnh memhers every other month antl
on special oeeasions. These appearances lielore the other stnmlents have aFforclecl the
memliers an opportunity lor clramatie interpretation :mtl experience, which, we
feel, has proveal very henelleial.
The inlluenee which a elnli ol' this ltintl ean wielml npon its inemhers is inval-
nalnle. lt is a remarltahle aeemnmplishment to he ahle to aet effectively anml with
llnring its career, the elnh has matle steacly :teeonnrlishments. Therefore, we -
feel sure that some of onr graclnates will make a showing for themselves anrl for 'Al
their sehool in future undertakings.
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if Row l. .L lfellnncl, Qnzlle, Urvolrl, li. Gorrlon, lf. Gordon. Smit. Severtson. lf. Nelson. NY. vlvllsotl. liurfliclt.
G. Nelson. R. Roberts. .X. Nelson, llotl. llermnnson, Nygmircl. Otlegxwtlen.
, Row 2. M. Norillie, Grieg. MeL':irlhy, Rcinstiul. I, Seziinonson, l'. Larson, I', Quinn. K:lii1vnngcr, ligiilcy.
- lirzigstzul, li. Halverson, Kline, l,. llove. Loklcen, Stni, Diblvs. liontlehugen. Yolvg, Norst-tln-r.
' Row J. lf. Christizinson. llolton, llunson, Dnxstzul, .X:ilseth, .Xzikt-r, lfostlnhl. Unsttutl, Ilvllickson, lf.
Q Peterson, blulseth, M. Quant, Stocktaul, A. Ilove. I. Berg. .X. Nelson. I. Vet:-rson, k':irpcnter,
Row 4. Miss llulsether, Snmlsinzirk, Metzler. Stoekslml, Powell, l. llqinson. M. I,:irson. .Xsluki-n. M.
Slinrle. lf. lfellninl, Yoltl. Kittelson, Krzinvik, M. johnson, Ynsn-ml. l,unml. U. Roberts. Teisluerg.
T Miss Haven.
Row 5. iflinonml, C. Olson, I', Si-zunonson, Onsgnril, Brewer, -I. llurrieal. L'lirisIi:inson, lirzilvol-l. M. Iloyt-
lxllickson, lony, Drotning, Nicholas, Thomas, M. Onsrnil.
T Roxvh. Hartz. Mclfairlzunl, llzinson, Grentle, G, -Iohnson, M. .Xncln-rson, Urnrlilllv. ll. Xalan. Hocking.
, ll. liosvlzihl, Gnrrigus. N, llzinson. M. johnson, Thomzis. ll. Kvailheini. Xit-hols, l,nz-thi. llenninq.
A Row 7. .Xl'volll, l'lllllSUll. friiltlle, Criclrlle, Allen, Stensvzul, l,og:ln. ll, Slimlc. V. Nelson. llzibl, VI. Xzulnn
Gronliil, Smith, Sknzirness. M. Kvnlbeiui, Hersh.
. . ,
f Girls Reserves
The Girl Reserves, ll new orgzuiizntioii in this f'CZll'iS extra-curricular activities,
is :1 junior division of the Y. XY. C. A.
1 The symbol of the Girl Reserves is Il blue triangle, :incl the slogan is "to face
life squarely." The purpose is "to unite its members in a spirit of frienflliness untl
service, to bring out the best in each girl. and to help her grow through national.
K normal activities into those habits. insights, and icleals wlnch will make her 21 res
sponsible, eager woman capable to develop and share in those group expressions
which are making effective the purpose of Gocl in the world."
Any girl in High School who wishes to live up to the purpose of the club may
' become at member.
Un February tliircl, zr Mothers' anal Daughters' Hanquet was helcl in the pur-
lors of the First l.uther:in Church. This was the hrst gathering of this kinfl to be
helcl in Stoughton. An interesting program was presentefl :incl clinner was served
to two hnnmlrecl and fifty mothers uncl clzuighters.
XYith the aicl of our chief zulvisor Miss Leach, and her three assistants, Miss
Siljan, Miss llulsether, :lncl Miss Haven, and with the interest :incl cooperation
taken by the members of our town boarcl, we feel that we have zlccomplishecl zu
Q 2: great cleztl towarcl the establishment of El permanent organization in the lligh
', T, gy School, an U1'gZl.lllZZltl0ll which any girl will be proud to say she is zi member of,
iff y X. "The Girl Reserves."
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Ron l. Keenan. lfries. Slenslmy, Yea, Olson.
Rnxv J. lfrizwll. .X. kflirislianson, llolines, llronliil. Jenson, Xyganril.
r rx - - A it V l
Row 3. K hapin, .Xninn4lson. I liorpe, K nrrier, lloeking, llxorson, Mr. Nelson. i
lion' -l. Roe. l'alnier. Ki. killrislianson. llolton, Stogflill, Glaessnn, Unsrnml.
The H1-Y Club
Vresiclent, ,...,,, ,Y.,,,, l logger lfries
Yiee-llresiclent .Y,,. lfrank L'nrrier
Secretary ',,,Y.,.., ,,,,.. 'X rthnr 4 llson
Treasurer ',,. . ,..., -Xrne Stenslmy
Nlr. Nelson was hack again this year to help make the lli-Y Chili what it is
snpposenl to lie. XXI- are not at all perfect, lint through this elnh we hope to hnilml
a liner character, live lmetter ancl cleaner. ancl clo onr work well and squarely so
that we can he lretter lit to set a higher stanclarcl for the school,
XYe wish to remember the program we gave in assembly. Although it was not
of the lnnnorons kincl, we hope that it eonveyecl a thought or two to the stnrlents
as a whole.
K lf eonrse we have our fnn as clo the other organizations in school. X'l'e hegan
with hasketlvall ancl it proveml a sneeessfnl iclea. ln Klareh the luoys went to Mt.
llorelm to enjoy the Ulcler lloys' L'onferenee. lnteresting speakers. like 'l'histle-
thwaite, tolcl the lmoys some of the ifs and ands of life.
Uni' presiclent, Roger Fries, staged a swell party in ilanesville. Something
new? XYe'll say it was, and the lli-Y fellows were invitecl. Then, too, we hail the
Senior farewell party-free.
Tlirongllont the year we have paclfllecl many of the fellows anml have heen
entertainecl liy many loeal men. They have left many goorl icleas almont their vora-
tions for which the laoys wish to thank them very mneh.
Therefore we feel that we have party fulfilled our platform ancl hope it has
helpetl each one of ns.
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Row 1. Mclxvrclwr. Skinnvr. l'ric-mll. Klllllllll. xyflglll. Svr:-nson. lvcs.
Row 2, llockillg, lh-rg, SlC'llSllj', Fri:-N. U. Olson, jolinwon, Uusrurl. Yvzl.
Row 3. llurclick, Scott. Turino. KL-cnzin. .Xniunmlson. Currier. l,L-ell, Ilolton. Miss fin-ex
Row 4. I
,owry. L'hristi:inson, flrcg:-rsoii. K:in1v:ingc'r. Kvegzui. IQ. Olson, lla-mli-rwn. Qunni. I':ilu1vi
The Boys' Glee Club
President .A,...,..,,.. ,,Y,.. f Jsrzu' I Jlsou
Vice-l'1'esiclc11t,, ,,.., ,,... f Xrnc Stcusby
SCCI'C'tZlI'j'-'llI'CllSlll'Cl' .,,, .,,,..,, , ,Y,.,,,. l 'zuil Skinner
Accompanist ,,Y,,...,,,, ,Y,,. 3 liss livelyii Sc-vcrsou
The lioys' Cilce Club has grown from Il membership of Z6 to one of 35 active
members. At the first of the year, their time was flcvoterl to work on misccllzim-ous
On llc-ccmbcr 15, they, together with the Girls' lilcc Klub, composccl thv choir
for "XYliy the lhirucs Rang." Un lXl2ll'Cll 2 they IDl'CSl'lllK'4l their first imlm-In-iiflm-nit
show, which was :ui tl1lCI't'llZl, "Double L'rosswl," by Allen-l lllfllllg.
A male quartet was formed from their number, consisting of Robert Pzilmcr.
Leroy Hocking, Paul Skinner, and Frank Currier. This group has nppcarccl bc-
forc the Iligh School assembly :incl has also sung for the l.ious zlncl umm' other
societies in town.
'Dae YA1-:ARA 1 9.8
Row l. ll. .Xndersnn. Bl. llale, .X. llarried, ilulseth. Bratvold, Nelson, Severtsou. llougau. llalverson
Row J. Nl. Anderson. Nalan, llagen, ll. Kvalheim, llellicksou, Ylvisaker. 'l'holo. Slockstad.
Row .l. llrotning, Midgard, Malecke, Kvanvick, A. llowe, -lenson, ll. llanson, Nicholas.
Row -l. Seamonson, Lund, Sansmark, Nelson. M. llockiug, l. llanson, l.uelhi. Nl, Larson. Burdick,
Row 5. l'. Larson, N, lloxve. Olson, Mclfarland, Smith, M. Hocking. Bjoin. Rowe, Unsrud, M, Kvalheim
Girls' Glee Club
l'resident ..,,.,..,,,,.....,, .......,,, l larriet l lale
Secretary-'l'reasnrer ,,,,............,,,.,..,,,,,,, l lenrictta K Jnsrud
.-Xccompanists ......,..... I larriet llale and livelyn Severson
The tiirls' lilee Club has always been an active society in lligh School. 'liry-
outs were held this year to test the ability of would-be members. lfrom the great
number that tried out twenty-live were chosen, making the total enrollment fifty.
'l'hrough its earnest efforts and under the able direction of Xliss tiress, the iilee
Club is really a worthwhile organization.
The members have met once a week for rehearsal and have learned some very
line songs. A combination of the lloys' and Girls lilee Clubs hrst displayed their
ability by the parts they took in the Christmas play, "XYhy the Chimes Rang." Dur-
ing the coarse of the year they have been asked to participate in certain other com-
munity and school entertainments, the first of which was a banquet given by the
Ardent work was done on the operetta "The Persian Princess," which was
staged Nlarch 23, at the City Auditornun.
The Girls' Sextette has been organized as a separate part of the Cilee Club's
regular work. This organization requires more concentrated study than the regu-
lar work of the club.
Much appreciation and praise is due Bliss Ciress who entered the Stoughton
lligh School as instructor of music last September. The girls are really willing to
work for her, and she in turn works for them.
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Row Ll. Mr, jolmsnm, liei'luess. Kildahl. Rasluussen, lfverson, Skinner, Xiclmlns. llollan. R. lfrieill, lialk.
Row 3, llnllickson, I. Berg. llakken. l'liner. Nlidgard. NYright, Severson, Keenan, Ronines, Xl'arren, M.
Yea, Lf Christianson, ll. llanson. Mcliereher, .X. L'hristianson. Swenson, ll. llanson. Nyliagen.
High School Band
l'resident Y,,,....,,,, ,,... l 'aul Skinner
Yice-President ,...,,..,. ,,..,. ,,,, l 7 rank Currier
Secretary-Treasurer, . ,,... Conrad Lihristiansen
This year the Hand has filled more engagements than in any previous year.
The fellows have played for nearly every home basketball game, and one out of
town game besides playing for a concert.
Instead of competing in the state band tournament this year, the liand has
played a number of out-of-town concerts.
This year the liand has started something which has never been done before.
namely, the giving of letters to each one of its members who has given a year of
satisfactory work in the Band. The letters are about six inches by three and a half.
The main part of the is solid purple with a little white "ll" in the middleg the
is trimmed in white which sets oft' the rest of the letter.
Since the beginning of the year, the Hand has increased from a membership of
about twenty-eight to one of forty and there have been about live or six promoted
from the second band since then. Altogether this year the Hand has purchased
about a thousand dollars worth of new instruments and it has been a great year for
the fellows and Klr. hlohnson, who deserves the credit for making the Hand what
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Rnw l. llellieksnn. .Xnilersun, M. llztle. Drutning, Tony, Saiinpsbn, llei'in:insnn, Yxlsencl.
isgzirml. llnve, llrt-wer. lfllicltsnn, Nelsnn. llnrilick. Kvamviek. Nurillie. .Xslt-sun.
Row 2. Ui
sun, ll. l,:irsnn, lljnin, Swain, llc-rg.
Row .l, Miss l,:irsnn. Clirisliztnsnn. Mzileelae, Nlirlgnrrl, Rowe, IJ. l,:ir
Rnw-4. llnmilelizxgen. Xl. Krzilheini. ll. Krailheini. Onsrnrl. jnhnsun, llnrrit-rl, Snnilby. Olson, llmwer
Row S. ll. llnle. llzinson, L':u'pi-iite-i'. Slt:mrm'ss, llnrry, tlonliwl, liriilmlle, llugen. llntzinger. Qnzun.
l'resimlent .,,,,, ..Y,,, YYA.,,,,Y,,.,YY,.,,,,,,..,,,,... 4 i nclrnn Ynsenil
5efret:n'y-'l'rezisnrer ,,,, ,Y,,, l lnrutliy l latzinger
'l'his vezir, nnclt-r the siipeiwisinii ni Miss Larson, the tiirls' :Xthletie .'xSSllL'i1l-
tinn hats imrnrerl very ztetire. The priinury purpose nf the tl. .-X, A. is to proinute il
spirit ul spnrtsinztnship :nnnng the girls nf the high selinnl :mil tn mlerelnp Zl keener l
interest in athletics.
Any girl in the high selwnl is eligible to beenine ll member nf the nrganizatinn
after she has ezlrnecl the required number bf points for membership. lnitiatinn is
helcl tlnring the early part nf the school year.
Much interest :incl competition has been created :nnong the girls nf the club in
trving to win at letter HS." Six lnindrecl points must be earnecl. lliking, swimming,
buslcethzill, skating. :incl tennis are possible ways uf earning the points. i
The inzijnrity of girls in high selinnl are interested in athletics, :incl the ti. A. A.
is the one possible :incl ettertive way by which we can clevelnp these interests.
The social activities nf the nrgzniization consist in hikes, parties, outdoor pie- ii
nies. and vztrinns other events. X
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-l. Miss lllllSL'llll'I1.-rl, liarrierl, lfellancl. Ki
1. Quani, I.:-ek, fl. Nelsnn. li. Vetersnn, .X. llarrieml. Brewer, Nicholas. Nl. llansun. Yost:-i'ml:il1l, M
Onsrull, bevertson. 5EIllllUllS0lI, -lensun.
'L lvnlllcilisun, M. fX1u'4ll1e, lt. Nelson. llernlansml. .X. Normllie, flillrerlsrm, lnlsclh. M. Quanl llelllcli
sun. Slurkslarl, XY. jensun, R. Rnlmrls. .X. Nelsfln, l. llzinsun, fl. Olson., V
X. Qnale, ll. l.:u'sun. Swan. Onsgarrl. lfllieksmi. llouver, Drutning. llfu-e, l'. Ss-zununsmi. Ulnmn
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lout-ll, M. l,:lrs0n, lhulnas, fl. Vlulinsun, Palllsml, R, llanson,
'anviek. Kiltlt-sun, Onsrurl. Ynhl, llv'ali'wl1I. 'l'1my. Yung
.Xsl:ilXsun. M, 51111111-, M. hluhnsun, Miss XYilli:uns.
S. lltnnin ' '
- g. larpuntt-r. Sanrlsmark, l,nnwl.lM, Amlersrm. A. Nt-lsv-n. O, Rfilwrts, lllwlung, .Xakn-r, Al
sun, ll. l,uvlhi, 'l'n-islwrg, Nalan. k'ln'1s1iansun.
tw. Durlanrl. Ifosmlalilallulil. IC. llansnn, Mickelsun. l,ug:ul, Sk:i:irm-ss. M. Kvalln-inn, Y.:-1-ml, Xl
.luhnsun, X. Lum-thi, A. lluvc. 'llum1as, Hagen. ll. Kvalln-im.
Vresirlent ,,,,.,,,, .,,..,,. l frlith lluuvei'
Yice l,1'CSl1l6lll ,, , ,..,.., ., lilizalmeth Drutning
Secretary-Treaslirer ..,,, ,..,...,, ,,,...,,,,,,,. N l ilclrecl 1 Dnsrnfl
Arlviswrs .,,.., ...,. K liss llulsether, Miss XYilliams
The Language Cluh is an organization which is eunipnserl of I.atin ancl lfrencli
The lrurpuse of the Language Clulm is to acquaint its memhers with the Rmnan
French customs ancl language. Meetings are held at regular intervals, once
every twu weeks. liclucatiunal programs are planned hy the program Committee.
with the vice-president of the organization as chairman.
As the urganizatimm is new. many cliffienlties are eneonnterefl. lnut in the future
it hopes to he one of the outstanding clulms of Stoughton lligh Selwul.
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Ron 1. ll. Xlck':irtl1y. lla-rg, Al. Atkinson. lf, llanson. Svc-um. i
Row J. Mr. XYilke, 'l'm'mn, ll. Hanson. Paulson, Christianson. lfnrseth, llangan.
Rnu' 5. ,lorzim.:ei', Yea. lulscth. johnson. lfhle. Ousrud. N. xll'kllll'lllj', liondeliagen,
Row 4. llalxersnn. Sevcrtson, .Xndc-rson, Ilolton. R. llanson, l,ewis. Tliorson, C. Quam. l
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President ,.,., .. liarl llanson l X
Secretary ,.,, ,,,, 5 lerome Quant
Treasurer ,.,,. . ,,.,. Peter Yea 1
:Xdvisor ,,,, . Hlfarl XYilke ,'
"gXgriculture is the hacklmone ol' a llillltlll.uf"XY1lSlllllQ,flllll.
The Clulm was reorganized this year hy klr. lY1lke and certain memlmers ,
of the student hody interested in this lorm of activity. This clulm consists entirely X
of lmovs. 'l'here are no delinite requirements to lxecome a memlmer, lmut only students
that are interested, co-operative, and, all in all, willing to work. are considered in
this clnh. Although the name may suggest that this cluh excludes all but farmer ,,
boys, this is not the case, as there are as many lmoys from the city enrolled as there .
are from the country. ,
lixcept in cases of unexpected occurences, we have meetings once every two , '
weeks. Hur meetings have lmeen dynamic affairs. Talks have lveen given hy our
advisor and certain memhers of the cluh. llairying, poultry raising, tolmacco raising.
and many other ditlerent topics have heen discussed. Moving pictures have helped
us in our study.
l,ike all other cluhs, we were called u won to five a Jlav in assemlmlv. lt was a
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knockout. lxal ill Atkinson makes some cow: he can t even kick straiffht. Mat
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l'urseth starredfl guess it was lmecause certain temmme eyes in the crowd were
inspiring him. l'eter Yea experienced his first sensation as a stool pigeon. Also, ,
the assemlmlv was tendered a unique hroadeasting station with local talent. 1 Q
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Next year we hope lo have a luetter time m lmoth pleasure and in things accom- ijli
phshed lmy the clulm. XYe all ought to lwecome successtul tarmers after this year's h r
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Row l. Cllrislianson. Iiellzuul, M. Nordlie. Xorseler. li. Nelson.
Row J. Jenson, liakkcn, johnson. 0. Roberts, .Xsperheini, lfhle. l'. Quam. Sunzlby.
Row 3, liondeliagen. Burdick. .X. Norrllie, Yascnml. Sandsmark. Duxstad, llovc. Rciustad, liilbrrtson.
Row 4. M. Quant, Sloelcstad, llellickson, -lcnson, A. Nelson, Seamonson, R. Roberts. Mrs, Thompson.
Row 5, l. Peterson, Henning, Yuld, Hratvold, Kittlcson. Staven, M. johnson. V. Luethi,
Row tu. lf. Peterson, Hanson, Carpenter, Kvallieinl. Dersh. Slcaarncss. ll. l.ucthi. Arvolwl.
Home Economics Club
President ....Y,..,.,. Y,,.,,,..,,, N orma llansen
Yice-l'resident A,,,, ,.,,,. l ngeborg Seamonson
Secretary '..., ..,, ,...,,, A - Xdeline Stokstad
Treasurer ',,,,, Y,,. X Yanda .lcnson
.Xclvisoi ',,,,, ,,,.A N lrs. Thompson
The llome lironomics Club consists of forty girls, who are intensely interested
in handicraft work. Any girl in high school is eligible for membership to thc
organization. if she is interested. Although this club has not been long in existence.
it has met with great success.
The purpose of this club is to create an interest in its members for handicraft
work. Our very capable advisor, Mrs. Thompson, does more than thisg she instills
in the girls a feeling of friendship and eo-operation.
XYhen meetings are held every two weeks, the girls sew or do any kind of
work which they prefer. Before Christmas, the girls made Christmas presents. A
committee from the organization has charge of the program for each meeting. and
at the close the girls take turns at serving luncheon.
Our llallowe'en party was a great success. This party was held in the music
room. Where a program was rendered by the members of the club. After the pro-
gram. we played games and served luncheon.
The hope in the years to come is that this club will still be in existence and will
have as great success as we have had this year.
'Phe YAHARA 1 9.8
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"The Poor Nut"
-I. C. NUCIICNT AND lCl.l.lU'l"l' NL'liliN'l'
The hlunior class play, "The Poor Nut," presentecl April 20th, seorecl a coni-
plete success. The eharaeterization of the "l'oor Nut," hy Malcolm Stogclill, was
excellently clone. The story, which has a college setting, is eentererl aronncl the
"Poor Nut," who has an inferiority complex anrl a strange love atlair with .lulia
XYinters, il part splenclimlly portrayecl hy lflorenre Rowe. lloweyer. he really loves
Marjorie lllake, a pretty young stuclent, who is trnly responsihle for the "Poor
Nuts' great victory in the track meet. Nlary lijoin very ereclitahly playecl the
part of this fair heroine. Frank Currier, as "Spike" Hoyt, captain of the XYiseon-
sin track team and rival of john, eharaeterizecl his part worthily. All others of the
supporting east are deserving of much ereclit in this presentation: :Xlf Christenson
as Colonel Small. Olaf Roe as the Freshman, llillll Skinner as "l lub" Smith, Clar-
ence Nicholas as "Magpie" XN'elsh, Osear Christenson as Coach jackson, Kiarhelcl
Thorpe as "XVallie" l'ieree, Philip lilaesson as l'rofessor Deming, 'lohan Unsrncl
as "lJo1"' Spurney, Dorothy Anderson as Regina llopper, Mary llale as Betty
Fair, Dorothy llatzinger as llelen Lee. llarolcl Christianson ancl Matthew fireger-
son as the two Ohio runners, and .f'X11stin lloltan, l,yle llougan. and lljarne Romnes
as the three XViseonsin runners.
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The District Commercial Contest was held at Stoughton on April Zlst. Nine
schools, Mt. Horeb, Evansville, Verona, Cambridge, New Glarus, Edgerton, VVau-
nakee, Middleton, and Stoughton were entered, participating in Senior typewriting,
junior typewriting, shorthand, bookkeeping,
rapid calculation, and penmanship. 5
Stoughton's representatives were Florence
Olson and Martha Hanson, junior typewrit-
ingg Corine Norseter, Senior typewritingg
listher liondehagen and Irene Berg, shorthandg
Arthur Olson and Olaf Vea, bookkeeping.
Stoughton made a most admirable record in '
the contest, scoring I4 points, almost three
times the score of the nearest competitor, New
filarus, with 5 points.
Florence Olson, Esther Bondehagen, lrene
llerg, Arthur Olson, and Olaf Yea will take
part in the State Contest at Whitewater,
The animal junior Prom of Stoughton High School was held at the Armory
on April 27. Although it was a Dutch setting, it was more than a Dutch treat.
At 7 o'clock one hundred and eighty students of the junior and Senior classes
sat down with the faculty to partake of the most appetizing banquet served by the
After the banquet. our chief, llarold lloverson, thanked the juniors for the
splendid affair and extended an invitation to the Senior party. The prom queen,
Mary llale, called for speeches from Superintendent Berg-very long-Principal
Falk. and Miss johnson, after which the traditional Spoon and Spade were pre-
sented to llarriet Hale and Philip Klaesson by Florence Olson and Arthur Olson.
The Senior Class YVill and Prophecy were read by Pearl Quam and Olaf Vea.
This concluded the dinner program, but the real struggle began when Al Skoien's
Orchestra began tickling the tunes.
The following Seniors have been awarded medals by the Lions Club of Stough-
ton for excellence in major subjects: Mildred Halverson and Lydia Kaupanger
in English, Anna Nordlie in Language, Elizabeth Sampson in Mathematics, Earl
Hanson in Science, Pearl Quam in Social Studies, Fredrick Ellingson in Vocational.
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One YA1-IARA 1 9.
A Lucky Break
'HX Lneltv lil'C2lli,u the Senior elzlss play, was :1 howling success. liennv
Keteliznn, as taken hy ' lien" Nliclgzircl, hlr., lmrought clown the house with his wise
erzwks, tromhone playing. :inrl uhilitv to sell cemetery lots. Ile was the nepliew
of .-Xlmner Ketehznn llleglmert lloltonj, the lXlZlI2lSfIl1Zlll1 town crzntk :intl nionev
sqneezer, who VVUl1lflll'f sell lanrl for a clay factory to Alohn llrnre. 11 tnillionziire
hnsiness man, who feii-'nefl that he was hroke to see it' :eo mle wonlcl he nice to him
even it he were without money. llrnee tllo Veal :incl lns pal zinrl eo-worker,
flmrles Nlnrtin tllzirolml lloverson J, were staying nt the hotel of an olrl fri:-ntl of
theirs, Mrs. Mullet t.Nl1n'ion lillieksonl, :intl her rlznigliter, Nora tl.ycli:1 Kun-
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14 ,ti 7. with whom llintc hills in love. :X vonipliezition :lrose when llrnre sees
:incl hears 'i'onnnv l.:1nsing, :1 painter llltbllillll XYrigl1t J, inztlting love to Norm, lint
this only to throw the mother, Nlrs. llzirrett t lilizczlhetlt Sznnpson 3, of his real sweet-
heart, flztnclizi 1 lflorenee fllsonj. into lrelieving they were not in love so she wonlrl
not sepztrzite them. llrnce gives up Nora, hut in the encl, when Tommy :incl Clzuiclizt
elope, he sees the truth, gets Nora. and wriggles zironncl lietehznn to get the lzincl
he wants. 'l'he real fun ol the evening, though, was in lfhnine l.ncline, the hotel
servitnt, :ls c'l1:n'z1L'tei'izecl hy Nliltlretl llztlverson, who picked poison ivy instezul ol
flowers, :intl :llso fXlpl1e:e:i :incl Aleliihu Spinster, two olcl niziicls tfzirol Yesterflnhl
:intl Ilzirriette lborlzinclp, who thrilled at the ronmntie, To say nothing of hlllfll :intl
Ynr t liclith lloover :incl Alhert lfrieflll, the lfreneh eonple, who taught rlznieinjj lo
itll, inelncling the woorl "simps," Alplieecu :intl .-Xleliilmzi.
A eonihinzition of teachers were responsilile for the clztss plz1v's success. Kliss
linker :mtl Miss Siljan were the clireetors, who mzicle the zlrtors step. 'l'hev were
:lssisterl luv the Senior Cl1lSS2lClX'lS4Jl', Miss Klenert.
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X ' it Yahara Staff
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Stenographer .Yx,,,,,.. YY,.,A....A,. ,,,,,.. 1 r ene Berg
Stenographer ..,..,, ....,... 1 Esther llondehagen
Art ILilltOf ..... ........,.,
I lnmor Editor ......,,....,,,
Organization lfditor ....,,.
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Sophomore Editor ,,,,.,
.lunior Iiditor .,,...,t..,
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Miss Helen XYilliams
'The YAHARA 199.8
First Roxy: Quam. Miss IleYonng, Mr. Nelson, Kanpanger.
Second Row: Sampson. Yea. Lalflenr, Klaesson.
No organization is more of an individual asset to its memlmers than this aetivity.
.Xlertness of the mind, self-eonlidenee and hearing. and ahility to see great problems
through the impartial puhlie eye are all stressed and indulged at a delmate praetiee.
The question for clelmate was: "Resolved, That the State of XX'isconsin linaet
a l.aw Requiring Capital l'unishment for lfirst Degree Murder." The negative
team was entirely made up of girls, and the aftirniative team was of lmoys. Although
lioth sides presented and staged real arguments, the teams went down to defeat to
the "Wranglers" of XYiseonsin lligh hy a narrow margin.
Our deliating' squads were under the eapahle and patient coaching of Klr.
Nelson, who was assisted lmy Bliss lJeYoung. lt was through their enthusiasm and
untiring efforts that the memlmers were at last transformed into Mark .Xnthonys
winning the hearts of people, hut not those of the judges.
Uuly two memliers of this year's team will lie lmaek, hut, heeause of the entlm-
siasm and pulmlie interest involved, we are eertain that this activity will have its
permaneney in the Stoughton lligh School.
Klemlmers of the squad were awarded pins for their ettorts and team work.
'The YAHARA 199.8
Olaf Yea Leohelle Hagen
Oratorical and Declamatory Contest
The holding of this event is looked forward to every year hy all the high
school students with much anticipation. The Oratorical and Declamatory Contest
took place on April 2-lth, in the school auditorium.
A contest was held previous to this for elimination of places among the two
boy and two girl contestants in each class. As a result, the Freshman class had
five points, three in Uratory, with Alfred Olson, and two in Declamatory, with
Muriel Larson. The Sophomores received two points from their Oratory contest-
ant, winning another second place. ln the Senior class, Lydia Kaupanger received
first place of the seconds in Declamatory. Therefore, these three classes had points
already to their credit hefore the real contest.
Each class marched in, in joyful rhythm to their individul songs. Mr. Falk
gave a short introduction, and the orations were given in the following order: Olaf
Vea, Senior, Frederick llenderson, Freshman, Donald johnson, Sophomore, and
Frank Currier, junior.
The display of pep was held with lusty voices and much noise. Each class
decorated their section of the room in gay colors. Last year this custom was not
carried out, hut, hy a vote of the Student Council, it was decided to carry out
that former idea of decorating, as it added to competition and atmosphere, likewise.
Following decisions made hy the judges for decorations, pep display, and
orations, the declamers gave their selectionsg Leohelle Hagen represented the
juniorsg Constance Olson, Sophomoresg Mildred Halverson, Seniors, and Kath-
erine Halverson, Freshmen.
The Senior class won the event, winning first place for attendance, first for
decorations, and first in oratory, with N95 points in all.
The winning speakers were Olaf Vea, representing the Seniors, with the selec-
tion, "Pan-Americanism and Latin Americanismf' and Leohelle Hagen, a junior,
who gave "Peters Project." Close seconds were Frank Currier, junior, and
Katherine Halverson, Freshman.
The trophy was presented hy Dr. Mathew Gregerson.
The two winners represented Stoughton High in the League Contest between
VVhitewater, Edgerton, and Stoughton, in our city. Both carried off first places.
The YA1-1A1v.'A 199.8
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'Une YAHARA .19-9'
September 6-Hurrah! Vacation days are over. Once more everyone is tripping
back to the little red school house for a big year. Freshmen are found straying
here and there, but Mr. Falk urges upper classmen to take them by the hand
until they become better acquainted.
September ,7-Already we are burdened with lessons. A lost Fresliie taps on Mr.
Ne1son's'door, and meekly asks, "ls this the machine shop ?" The reply was
under his breath, but forgive these ever green saplings. They'll learn.
September 8-Music! Seems good to get back to an old song or two, and the Pur-
ple and White sounds great. We realize our music teacher has a hard place to
fill, but she made a big hit today-ain't she sweet?
September 9--First week's gone fast-wish they'd all go along so quickly and
September 12-Lovely weather-these teachers are masters at handing out assign-
ments. Mr. Nelson has been wondering if Ralph Atkinson is any relative of
Fort. Can anyone help him out? D
September 13-Isn't it hot? Wish we didn't have to go to school!
September 14-Heat increases. An almost unanimous vote to begin school at 8
o'clock-means getting out at 3:10. Three cheers!
September 15-Co-eds are passing judgment on our new football coach, "our own
dear Mr. Wilke." He isn't married, either. Isn't he cute? However, quite a
few tell us there's nothing so cute about the first workouts he's giving the
September 16-Funny, but we're always glad when Fridays roll around.
September 19-Here we are again! Third week, and we're all up and coming.
Time goes fast.
September 20-We Find Hegbert Holtan is writing the school news for the Hub-
September 21-Marian Ellickson fell on the floor today in fifth hour study hall.
We're all wondering who she "fell for."
September 22-A very interesting assembly period-a Chinese speaker, who gave
us a lot oflastonishing facts about his people. The girls don't chew gum over
there. Quite a few scenic pictures of China are floating about the school.
September 23-Lots of pep in assembly today. "There's music in the air !'
September 26-VVe find Dorothy Anderson and "Stoggie" walking arm in arm to
We guess that they're forgetting themselves.
September 27-Mr. Nelson informs us it's the 27th. all day.
September 28-Brurrl it's cold. "Hans" Gjestson says it's hard for him to "get
Someone suggested going back to the 8:30 schedule. but that means not
out until 4 bells. N o, we can't start that yet.
September 29-Yahara Staff display a peppy little "take-off"-at least, they get
the laughs from the assembly!
September 30-The staff is on every student's trail-soaking 'em for two bucks.
Tomorrow is our first football game at Milton.
October 3-Gloomy for the Seniors. Matters go from worse to worse. What?
No Yahara ! ! High school, where's your pep?
October 4-"Bo" says play the game. Frank Currier is worrying about next year.
It's five o'clockg we reach our 300 limit, but that's about all.
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October 5-Our new Hi-Y members are wearing overalls. Not so bad in the
A. M., but in the P. M. they wore them back in front. Well, it was that or an
old-fashioned spanking, and Mr. Nelson is said to swing a wicked paddle.
October 6-Chemistry students put on a clever demonstration. Harry Randecker
carries eggs around in his pockets.
October 7-Big pep meeting for the Fort game, yay!! VVords from Mr. Wilke
and Mr. Nelson. All the "boys" on the platform. Aren't they good-looking-
but so shy! Mr. Falk has nothing to say, but that the sewing classes have some
little purple and white caps to sell!
October ll-Fire Prevention Week-Mr. Falk emphasizes knowing the easiest
way to get out of bed before going to bed l
October 12-A Freshman is trying to figure out where his lap goes when he
October 13-We get a taste of junior talent in an English III play-mighty clever
production, too. We Seniors are looking forward to their class play.
October 14-A line talk from Mr. Myrick this morning. After our "Fort" defeat,
we're coming back to win from University High.
October 18-French play enjoyed by everyone.
October 19-Music once more. Currier and "Stoggie" get some line harmony in
there when they get tuned up.
October 20-Mr. Nelson still claims that it's the 20th, all day-can you imagine?
October 21-Another week gone by. What's there to show for it?
October Zfl-No assembly. Garfield cutting up too much-has to report after
October 25-Dramatic Club has another "work out" in the form of a morning
October 26-Found a Sophomore so dumb he thought there was no school, because
leveryone's beeing talking about "Homecoming," and he thought all should go
October 27-Mr. Kalnes gave an exceptionally line talk, and we "Norskes" are
proud of john Hanson.
October 28-Lots of pep in assembly this morning. Tomorrow we battle with
October 31-VV e heard Walter Keenan was running around scaring people with a
jack-o-lantern. It's Hallowe'en, you know, and children must have their fun.
November 1-A new month ahead of us. judging by today's weather, the morn-
ings will be pretty snappy!
November 2-Fine assembly-lots of pep! We're wondering why Mary Hale
enjoys Li'l Liza jane so well.
November 3 and 4-Teachers' Convention, and you know that means two days of
vacation. Three cheers!
November 7-It really does seem nice to see the teachers back, and we know
they're all really glad to see us!
N ovmber 8-The Physics class entertained us in the form of a little orchestra from
New York. Albert Friedl was an able director of a harmonious little sym-
phony playing "Mary Lou."
November 10-Carmen Carter is back to school, taking up post-graduate work.
She and "Horse" just can't be separated.
November 11-A big day ..... We were all inspired by an interesting talk on Armis-
tice Day-Alvin Olson, the capable speaker. Besides that. there was a lot of
excitement because of the Edgerton battle, but win or lose, fellows, we are
with you, how about it, Synova?
November 14-The Student Council is making new rules-no "speaking" in study
halls. What will some of us do without our daily chats?
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November 15-Philo play! Harriet Hale is quite a vegetable peddler. Where did
she get the gay attire?
November 16-Music seemed rather dull. There isn't quite so much pep after that
Edgerton game, but wait for the basketball season!
November 17-Our series of speakers, in charge of the Student Council, opened
today with a splendid word from Mr. Aldrich.
November 18-The football season is over! S. H. S. will miss some good men
next year, but there are several prospects for vacancies.
November 22-Real talent portrayed in the Dramatic Club performance this A. M.
No one agreed that its name, "Punk," was very suitable.
November 23-Thanksgiving vacation-well. we can be thankful for no school for
four whole days.
November 28-Back once more. Such cheerful faces, we know the students were
eager for work. Already they are at it.
November 29-Thorp and "Cy" make fine Campfire Girls, but they know how to
play basketball, and it won't be long now.
November 30-Paul Skinner is becoming a second Caruso. VVe were favored by
the Boys' Quartet in assembly.
December l+Rev. Fjelstad spoke to the student body. The thought he stressed
was for us all to build a first-class house in life, not a shack.
December 2-Not so much "hub-bub about starting school at S." lt's rather nice to
sleep an extra wink these cold "good mornings," isn't it, Hegge?
December 5-Six-week exams! Tempus fugit-report cards out soon.
December 6-History play. Dressed up, one would never know the difference be-
tween the early colonists and some of our History "sharks,"
December 7-Girls' basketball practice has begun. We are wondering about the
December 8-No assembly. Stoggie is late this morning. Better tell her to let you
go home earlier, Malcolm.
December 9-junior High present a bit from their play to be given at the high
school tonight. "Rescued by Radio"-sounds good!
December 12-We heard Mary Bjoin saying, "Yes! and he followed me all the
way home." Who did, Mary?
December 13-A little Christmas production by the Dramatic Club. At last, Ken-
neth found her.
December 14-It won't be long now. Already we hear, "I haven't bought any
presents yet !"
December 15-Lots of Christmas carols and "Yuletide" greetings in the air.
December 16-Vacation at last. Mr. Falk hopes we get lots of gum in our stock-
ings. Off for a two weeks of lots of fun.
January 3-How quickly vacations Hy. It was hard to pull out this morning.
january 4-Semester exams are not far off. Start your reviewing now. Oh!
Somebody's always taking the joy out of life.
january 5-Walter Keenan gets caught reading "Snappy Stories."
january 6-Took quite a game from Albany in the first basketball presentation.
We'll have harder games than that to play.
January 10-Debate squad picked. Let's go!
January 11-Harry gives up a speech concerning machinery from Voyce's class.
January 12-Nothing stirring. "Greg" falls asleep in class.
January 13-Ben Wait always has a good word when he speaks to the assembly.
January 16-We were defeated at Milton, but the boys put up a great tight.
They're saving their "stuff" for later games, we judge.
January .17-"Shorty" and "Bo" represent the Math. department, showing some
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January 18-Much review-cramming the night before!
January 19 and 20-Exams ! ll 'Nuff said. VVrite your own ticket.
january 23-Paul Skinner and Doris Larson seen holding hands-dear me! Ain't
january 24-Uuchl Have you seen Roger Fries' new tie. It can be heard a mile
away. VVear your colored glasses.
January 25-Favored by the Girls' Sextet-bne singing, girls!
january 27-Betty Sampson caught chewing gum-none of that!
january 30-A snowball iight staged on the school grounds. VVell. that's good
exercise. All work and no play makes jack a dull boy.
january 3l-Colder! Jack Frost aided the girls this A. M.-no cosmetics
Febrparyvl--Mr. Nelson is quite "dolled up" todayg talk about your "rah rah"
Joys. V .
February 2-Out-of-town visitors in school-where from? We don't know.
February 3-Got it back on Milton in a hot game-plenty of pep and the boys
February 6-Bill is kept busy writing letters, and the tuff part of 'it, she can't
answer them. She'll be back at school soon, Bill, cheer up!
February 7-"You have a fine whistle," said Mr. Falk, "and I'm glad to see that
you're so happy, but please don't use it in the halls." Since, Shorty Nicholas
has been practicing at the hotel. '.
February Sr-M r. Johnson is working our band, and several girls have joined with
February 9-Several of our number step the "light fantastic" at the Pythian Sister
Leap Year dance.
February 10-We play Fort tonight-add to the pep you had in assembly and
we'll trim that "five."
February 13-Mr. Falk addresses the students with a few words on Lincoln.
Great game last Friday.
February 14-Donald Wright ought to have enough practice on proposing, now,
after the class play and the Dramatic Club production this morning.
February 15-Lots of the girls received valentines yesterday, but not in school.
Stoton certainly backed the fellows in the Evansville game with a victory, too,
by one point-h'ray!
February 16-Heard Walt Keenan is growing a mustache.
February 17-Edgerton vs. Stoton there, and we won, 23-22. Talk about your
real fight and spirit. What a mob was there! ,
February 20-Everyone's having the Hitch." Must stay out of school until you
are over it, is report.
February 21-Economics class present an immigration dialogue punctuated with
several good laughs.
February 22-Prof. Nelson takes charge of the assembly program, consisting of a
talk on VVashington by Mr. Alvin Loverudg a couple of selections by the school
orchestra: a short play, given by the junior High girls, and Mildred Halver-
- son's reading, "Georgia Wash." School out at 2 o'clock.
February 23-Garfield has called on fair Florence every night this week. Ain't
February 24-We trim Monroe in a rip-snorting game-much pep! And the
crowd roars with Holtan's clever stunts.
February 27-Our professional carvers sand-paper desks after working hours.
February 28-Glad that Anna is back from her long illness-s0's Bill!
Febuary 29-Today's your chance, girls. It's Leap Year, you know, so take your
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March l-Boys' Glee Club give sketch of "Double Crossed" in assembly. Some
lusty voices-"particularly Friedl!"
March 2-Friday night, ladies and gents at the Auditorium. Shorty makes quite
the girl in his pretty top!
March 5-Defeated by a slight margin in a last basketball tussle with University
High. But, yay! We go to the tournament.
March 6-"Wilke's cowboys" do some royal entertaining-cows and farmers and
everything! Debte tomorrow !
Mrch 7-We're all happy because we had music today. Hasn't Miss Gress a
pretty new dress? Declamatory try-outs.
March 8-We get "took," anounces Chief Olson. Look pretty and don't move!
March 9--Philo Banquet and the "Orph" at Madison-big time had by all!
March 12-Last week our debaters did creditably-ran up against hard competi-
tion, was all. Perhaps another debate will be scheduled. Watch for a vict'ry!
March 14-Big assembly-boys up in front-Purple and VVhite!
March 15-They're off. The tournament.
March 16-Lots of Stoton kids follow the team to VVhitewater.
March 19-Stoton makes a good showing-hard luck losing to Janesville by one
March 20-We like these new song books. passed out a few weeks ago, Mr. Netter-
blad improves our singing 9919.
March 21-The girls give us a "taste" of their Persian Princess." Ah! such melo-
dious voices. Why the laughing, Katherine? -
March 22-Rev. Hegge holds the stage in 'talk on our future.
March 23-Girls' Show goes over big. Music and costuming splendid.
March 26-Junior class is busy on their play, "The Poor Nut." and Stoggie is it.
March 28-"Sing along"-Roger Fries sends in a request for music today. How
poor Martha blushed! f
March 29-Doc Keenan urges better care of ourselves. More clothes on girls!
March 30-Chest clinic. Dr. Harrington spoke on health and disease. We were
fortunate in having the line opportunity to hear him. Now, will some of you
eat breakfast before school in the morning?
April 3-The Hi-Y royally entertained this evening. You ought to see Nelson
April 4-Albert Friedl gave the assembly a treat with several saxophone solos.
"Al" does know his music.
April 5-Long entertainment today. Mr. Ford spoke on the furniture dealing,
influencing the students in fields for their vocations. The band showed marked
improvement, and were applauded greatly, after rendering several peppy
April 6-The last vacation, and then to be back again for the last long lap.
April 16-Back to hard work with school starting at 8 o'clock, but we get out at
April 17-Spring football practice has started, and track and baseball will be
included soon. We're wondering if our boys can keep up their high standard
April 18-"Gar" Thorpe caught winliing at Astrid Felland. None of that,
April 19-Favored by a selection from Lydia as our winner of the seconds. Nice
April ZOL-No music, because Miss Gress has skipped off ! But, oh! Our Junior
class play! If you haven't bought your ticket, you must hurry. Only a dozen
sets left. It sounds exciting!
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April 22-Stoggie as the "Poor Nut" certainly played his part. And behold-
in our Commercial Contest Saturday Stoughton copped some more honors.
Three cheers for us!!!
April 23-Muriel Larson gave her declamation today. There is much in the future
for our beginners in the dramatic limelight. And tonight's the contest.
April 24-The Seniors walk away big. We won the cup, due to our many students
present, our gorgeous decorations, and Bo's masterly oration. Are we ever
April 25-Report cards again. These six weeks certainly Hy, and this last term
will be hard if the warm weather keeps on.
April 26-Much excitement over the "Lucky Break." Senior class play try-outs
today! With the junior play such a big success, we have something to
April 27-The League Contest. Good luck, Leobelle and Olaf! Tonight's the
Prom-a chicken feed and the strains of Al Skoein's best!
April 30-A Freshman was putting his initials on one of his tennis shoes and it
was told he put ditto marks on the other-poor fella!
May 1-The Seniors have started practice. "Shorty" Nicholas says our play can't
come up to the juniors'. VVe're keeping mum-wait and see! Take a look
at our cast.
May 2-Everyone's working hard to end the year with a bang.
May 3-Our gym exhibition! A large crowd in attendance, and from applause
we judged it went over big.
May 4-This ends another week-vacation will be here soon!
May 10-We just heard today that the eve of the first Harold Hoverson was
May-basketingf' Who's the girl, Harold?
May ll-If school were only over-it's getting warmer every day.
May 14-Everyone's donning new spring apparel-no coats or hats!
May 15-It's just study now until school's out-it won't be long, now! r
May 16-A peppy music period today. VVe love to sing in this weather.
May 17-VValter Keenan is day-dreaming-must be in love. A penny for your
thoughts, Doc. just his luck not to be thinking.
May 18-james McCarthy claims his grandfather's greater than Cy's because he
killed the Dead Sea, but Cy says his grandfather put the sin in Cincinnati.
May Z1-Review! Review!! Review!!! We surely need it.
May 22-VV hen Arne's Sunday School teacher asked him what kind of boys -went
to heaven, he said, "Dead ones." Really, Stensby?
May 23-School will be out before we know it. Seniors, are we glad or not?
May 24-Good old music. Smile and the world smiles with you. Roger and
Martha sing with such seriousness these days.
May 25-The greatest event of the year--and the dear old class of '28 made their
play a screaming success.
May 28 and 29-Exams ! !! If it isn't a matter of passing there's no worry.
May 30--Memorial Day-no school.
May 31-What fun we had at the class picnic. And the Mixer-well, who didn't
have fun there-some orchestra. '
june l-Commencement. School is over and vacation days are here at last. Good-
bye, forever-until we see you next year!
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The Chemist's Commandment -
Thou Shalt Not Waste!
It is fortunate for us that we don't
have to be reminded to take a breath.
Forgetful people and absent-minded
professors would soon suffocate.
In second hour History Class: Cal-
liope passes by playing a popular dance
Harry Randecker to Gladys Nelson:
"May I have the next dance, Gladys ?"
Marian E.-When may an army be
said to be totally destroyed?
Arne-When its soldiers are all in
Teacher: "What do we have ears
Junior: "Dad says mother has them
so she can hear herself talk."
There was a thin maiden called Lena,
Who bought a new vacuum cleana,
But she got in the way of its suction
And since then nobody has seena.
Johnnie: "Mother, I just seen-"
Mother: "Johnnie, where's your
Johnnie: "That's just it-I seen her
at the barber shop, getting her hair
Miss Siljanz "Vernon, why do you
spell bank with such a large 'B' ?"
Vernon: "Because someone told me
that a bank was no good unless it had
a large capital."
Mary Bjoin: "I'll bet I know where
you got your tie."
Paul Skinner: "I'll bet my last cent
Mary: "Around your neck, you
Miss Larson: "Harold, tell mel all
you can about nitrates."
Harold Randecker: "Ah-er-well,
they're cheaper than day rates."
"Tom, go fetch the old horse."
"Why the old one, father ?"
"Wear out the old ones hrst, that's
"Well then, father, you fetch the
Albert Freidl: "Ever had any oper-
atic experience, Conrad .
Conrad Christianson: "I should say
I have: I played the nut in 'Ben
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Found--A Freshie who thinks that
Bob LaFollette fought in the Revolu-
OUR OWN WANT ADS
Wanted-A boy to deliver fish that
can drive a Ford.
VV anted-Girls at Modern 'Cloak
Shop to sew buttons on the third Hoor.
Wanted-Man to look after cow
with voice suitable 'for choir singing.
One also capable of running an auto-
mobile, and wife.
Currierf' "It's an old saying that
Stogdil: "The only thing it says to
me is, 'Good-bye.' "
A monologue is a conversation be-
tween man and wife.
The line of departure from Room II
is the shortest distance between two
Were it not
For this little verse,
There'd be a joke here
Ten times worse'
Marian Toay: "Those two broth-
ers had a circus."
Katherine H.: "W'hat two broth-
Early to bed and early to rise makes
a man a farmer.
Oh! What vain people we have in
our. school. Not so long ago-the latest
chatter in the whole school was some-
thing like this:
"VVhich do you like the best?"
Tom likes this one."
"I think I'll take this one."
"Really, do you like that one ?"
I love that picture."
"Oh! how darling."
"This one is to be far the most nat-
ural"-and oh! how they hate to hear
that last, especially if that "natural"
picture is not as good looking as they
think they are. Some excitement!
And all over the picture for the Ya-
LOST AND FOUND
Lost-A lot of ambition somewhere
around school-all ot! us.
VVanted-Someone to prevent gray
Needed-An extra pocket for all my
Lost-The detention system of last
VVanted-A new girl who will take
my "cave man" rule-VValter Keenan.
Found-A Freshman who thought
the Methodist hospital was just for
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Edith Hoover fwas heard to say in
her sleepy: "Just one more, Heggef'
Ole Chapin: "I hear they're giving
away birds free with every drink down
Mansel Leek: "No! what kind P"
Ole 1 "Swallows."
Marian Ellickson insists that she
"pert-near" had the itch. A
Donald Wright fto out-of-town girl,
at a dimcejz "Oh! I could dance on
'like this forever."
Girl: "Oh, no, you're bound to im-
Miss Hulsether: "Eyvind, use
'avant' in a sentence, please."
Eyvind: "Avant what avant when
Miss Johnson: Who framed the bill
Edwin J.: Ben Midgard.
Miss Haven: So you see if the
President should die the Vice-Presi-
dent would take his place and right
through the cabinet in order, the Sec-
retary of state and so on.
Lars K.: What if they should all
Olaf Roe: I'll tell you a good one,
Joe. A Chinese woman wanted to
name her son after Lindy, so she call-
ed him "One Long Hop."
Johann: I know a better one than
that. A fellow called his sweetie
"Chiff0nier" because she was such a
Some powder goes off with a bang
-other goes on with a puff.
Philip K.: You're so dumb I
wouldn't call you a ham.
Hegbert: Why not?
Phil: 'Cause a ham can be cured.
"Why do they speak of a man as
"Because he has both 'pitch' and
My girl reminds me of a game of
cards. because she loves a good deal.
Miss Johnson f beginning discus-
sionj: Why was it, then, that Jack-
son received the presidency?
Conrad C. : Because he got the most
Lady: "Have you given the gold
fish fresh water, Jane ?"
jane: "No, mum, they ain't finished
the water I gave them yesterday, yet."
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The YAHARA 199.8
An Englishman arriving home, after
an extensive tour in America, was
asked about the road conditions there.
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"Nearly all the roads in Hamerica
are bally good, the Lincoln 'ighway,
Washington Boulevard, Jefferson
'ighway, and all the roads built by the
great Hamericans are excellent. But
some bloomin' Frenchman by the name
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that are simply horrible, doncher
Test in Hisotory Classc One ques-
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son's inconsistency." g
Hegbert: I have five examples.
What will you do, count on the first
Miss : Yes.
Hegbert' What will I do with the
other one, then?
"Does she read the papers much ?"
"Well, when I asked her if she'd
ever seen Peaches Browning she said
no, she always threw them away be-
fore they got spoiled." -
Bill A. 1 to Walter Keenanj: Why
did you stop singing in the choir, Doc?
VValter: Because one day I didn't
sing, and somebody asked if the organ
had been fixed. A
Miss johnson: Then, it is agreed
that the Oregon Trail began at Inde-
pendence, Missouri. Where have we
heard of Independence before? KNO
answer until a bright boy yells out in
the back of the roomj.
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A. E. Skinner
Heddles Lumber Co.
The Tensfeldt Market
Stoughton Pure Milk Co.
Wisconsin Pet. Co.
W. G. Pargeter
W. C. Dallmeyer
Daylight Hardware Co.
Olson Insurance Agency
Doolittle 8: Severson
C. P. Lusk
Model Clothing Co.
First National Bank
Hale's Dry Goods Co.
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William R. Williams
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F.ndicott's Barber Shop
Thompson's Plumbing Shop
Thos. Oscar 8: Son
O. C. Lang
Alvin Loverude -
S. A. Peterson
Amundson Auto Co.
Grieg Machine Co.
Specs 8z Dahle
The Gray Shop
F. R. Hyland
A. A. Linn
Dr. F. C. Henderson
Mrs. J. Nicholas
Ole's Tire Shop X
Elmer Osterheld 81 Usher
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J. E. Duer Elmer Eggleson
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F. A. Montague Dr. Keenan
Fries Sz Co. Block Bros.
Duncan 8: Brewer . Geo. Hedemark
Jacobson Sz Larson Happy's Pool Hall
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