Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)
- Class of 1939
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I HONOR AWARDS
R. L.1Hanuon L. Barberf J. Hale M. Rein R. Kvitle
The valedictorian is always the highest ranking student of his class. This year two
students tied for top honors. Our two valedictorians arc Lenore Barber and Robert Lee
The student ranking second in scholastic rating, who becomes salutatorian, is James
Mildred Rein was elected holder of the spoon from the Hve highest ranking girls in
the junior class.
Elected from the live highest junior boys was Ralph Kvitle, holder of the spade.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The National Honor Society is composed of students who excel in character,
scholarship, service, and leadership. Members are elected by a faculty committee.
Membership is limited to Z1 certain 'percentage of the junior and senior classes.
Top Row: L. Barber, D. Powell, R. Kvitle, E. Everson, J. Hale, R. L. Hanson.
Second Row: M. Ellickson, E. Johnson, D. Klefstad, D. Champney, A. Zazaehek.
Bottom Row: R. Foss, A. Suees, M. Thompsdn, M Rein, J. Asperheim, R. Burull.
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LION'S CLUB AWARDS
AMERICAN LEGION AWARD
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lcaclcrsliip, DHflllIFll'iIj', and Scrvicc.
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ziclcr, lczulcrsliip :uid sclmlzistics are c1:1iisi11e1'ed. The wiii
must also bc pmiiiiiiciit in athletics.
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Sm-unnl Run: R. liurllll. -I. Hzllv. NI, 'l'lmn1p5-nl.
Thirnl Rum: lf. lfxm-l's-ul. K. Fuss-, R. Sylilh
I'4Illl'lll Rww: Ii. Xmhlv. .X. Spa-Aw, Xl. ltlllrlumx
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"The fair member of
our cheering squad."
Golf 3' A Cappella 4,
cm. Play 3, 4- G.AA.
1, Z '3, ,4, Sec. freas. 2,
oreiew-sg 1, 2- Philo 4,
Band 25.3, 4, Prom Com.
3: Cheer'Leader 4.
"On my honor, I will
do my best."
Hi-Y 4,1 Intramurals 1, 2,
Benson, Horven 1
The young man who
blushes is not quite a
Athletic Board 4, Boxing
1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4,
Letterman 4, H1-Y 4, In-
tramurals 1, 2, 3. 4.
"I wish I were three
persons, I'd get around
s lot better.
G.A.A. 1, 2, Girl Re-
Anderson, Donald J.
"Need we tell every-
thing we think?" I
A Cappella 2, SY 4, Class
Play 3, Footbal 1, 3, 4,
Letterman 4, Play Prod.
Stal? 3, Hi-Y 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2 3, 4, Ope-
retta 2, 3, Parrot 3.
"Vgho wants a wise
Aviation Club 1, 2, Sec.
2, Class play Prod. Staff
3, 4, Football 1, Hi-Y 4,
Intramurals 3, 4, Prom
"I love the birds and
A Cappella 3, 4, D.H.I.A.
1, 2, 4.
"How that girl could
Girl Reserves 3, 4, Par-
rot 3, 4, Yahara Stat? 4,
Nat. Hon. Soc. 4.
Anderson, Donald L.
i "He is known to have
tended to his ,own busi-
Aviation Club 2, 3, In-
sraznurals 2, 3, 4, Tennis
"My interests aren't
confined to Stoughton."
Class Play Prod. Staff
4, Vice Pres. 3, Cue Club
. . . , , , ace
Pres. 4, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3 4, Golf 3, 4, Parrot
4- Philo 2, 3, 4, Natl.
I-ionor Soc. 4.
"There is not a mo-
ment without some
A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Ope-
retta 2, 3.
"Peg 0' my heart."
Athletic Board Z, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter-
man l, 2, 3, 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2,
3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2.
"Give me the wild and
"Happiness is a by-
product of work."
Cue Club 2, Girl Re-
serves 2, 3, 4, Parrot 4,
Yahara 4, Natl. Honor
"A true. friend is for-
ever a friend."
Commencement Comm. 4,
Cue Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3,
4, Pres. 4, Girl Reserves
1. 2 3, 4, Cabinet 3 4,
N. H. s. s, 4, Philo 2, 3,
4 V. Pres. 3, Student
Council 4. '
The course of true
love 'never did run
A Cappella 3' Class Play
3, 4, cus Club 1, 2, a,
Interclass Debate 2,
G.AA. 1, 2, 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 2: Golf 3, 4, Ope-
retta 3, Parrot 1, 4,
Prom Com. 3.
I ' vu'
"For he's a jolly good
Golf,2 3, 4, Letterman
3, 4, 'll'reas. 3, 4: Bacc.
Comm.: Class Flay amd.
staff 3: Footbal 1: i-Y
3, 4, Pres. 4: Intramurals
1, 2, 3. 4: Parrot 3: Stu-
dent Council 4, Pres. 4:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4:
Athletic Mcgr. 2: S. 'Club
2: Prom. omm. .
Evsnon, Eder, Jr.
"Women are just like
elephants: I like to look
at them but l'd never
want to own one."
A Cappella 2, 3: Basket-
ball 1, 2,43, 4, Letterman
3, 4: Class play prod.
staff 3: Cue Club 1. 2:
Football 2, 3, 4, Letter-
man 4: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4.
Pres. 4: Intramurals 1.
2, 3: Operetta 2, 3: Hi-Y
4: Parrot Staff 4, Editor
4: Student Council 4:
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
33Qi1ly weeds grow
A Cappella l, 2, 3, 43
Operetta 1, 3.
"Love is too precious
to be lost, eh, Vir-
G.A.A. 3 4: Girl Re-
serves l, 2, 3, 4.
A Cappella 3: Class Play
pro. staff 3, 4: Cue Club
Z, 3: G.A.A. 4: Girl Re-
serves l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
1, 2, 4: Golf Club 3, 4:
Operetta 3: Parrot l, 2,
3: Yahara 3, 4: Prom.
"All orators are dumb
when beauty pleadeth."
Class Play 4: Cue Club
2. 3: Forensics 2. 3:
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec.-
Treas. 3: Parrot 3: Philo
3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4.
"I stand on the verge
of a great career-will
somebody push me oE?
A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 45
Class lay Promptress 4:
Cue Ciixb 1, 2, 3: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, 4, Cab. 2: Nat.
Honor Society 3. 4: Ope-
retta 1. 2, 3: Parrot 3:
Philo 2, 3, 4: Skrive 2:
Triple Trio 1, 2.
"She's tall, she's tan,
A Cappella 3: Girl Re-
serves l, 2, 3, 4: Operet-
"I can waste? more
time in one first hour
study hall than, most
people can in a week."
A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 4:
Cue Cub 1, 2, 3: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves
1, 2: Operetta 1, 2, 3.
"Bring on my he-
Entered as sophomore
from West High, Madi-
G.A.A. 2, 4: Girl Re-
serves 3, 4, Sec. 4: Cue
Club 3: Camera Club 2,
3,1 Sec. 3: Student Coun-
"He held the spade
L for a year, but not
once did he use it."
Commencement Comm. :
Holder of Spade: Intra-
murals 4. a
"One who is friendly
always has friends."
F.F.A. 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4.
"Let's giggle: it's
Golf 3, 4: A Cappella 1.
2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4:
Baccalaureate Comm. 4:
Class Pla 4: Class Pres.
2: Cue Climb 2, 3: G.A.A.
1 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3:
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4,
Cabinet member 3. 4:
Operetta 1. 2, 3' Philo 2.
3, 4: Student Council 2,
4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-
Treas. 4: Prom. Comm.:
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
"Love ' is like the
measles: we are not apt
to have it severe but
"A mightier voice was
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43
Cheer Leader 4.
"Love it better than
spectacles to make
everything seem great."
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4.
11 1 ,W 5
"The world is his who
Hanson, Frederick W.
"Better late than
never, but I must have
my morning rest."
A Cappella 3, 45 Operetta.
"All great men are
dead, and I'm not feel-
ing so well myself."
eviatgon Clula 2,A3:l
appe a , 9 etic
Board 4, Pres. 4: Cihmera
3: Class Play 3,
Club 1, Zg Foren-
4g Hi-Y 45 Intra-
1 2 3 4' Ope-
murals , , ,
retta 1, 25 Sytudent Coun-
cil 45 Natl. Honor Soc.
"Did you mention
studying? I've done a
little 0 it myself!"
G.A.A. 1, 2g Girl Re-
"I'll alwa s remain
loyal to F.FxA."
D.H.I.A. 3, Pres. 3.
"Leave it to 'Snoqkie'
to pop out with abnght
Entered as a senior from
serves 1, 2. Janesville.
Hardvvick, Grace Haried, Maynard Haugen, Mary
."To know one's self "I've always liked "Women are entitled
is true progress."
Girl Reserves 3, 4, Cabi-
Holtan, Ron Ann
"The night has thavved
many a cold reception,
A Cagpella 1, 2, 3, 4:
Class lay Prod. 4, Sec.-
Treas 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 4,
Girl Reserves 1, Z, 43
Operetta 1, 2, 35 Triple
Trib 1, 2.
school - the vacation
part of it."
Boxing 3, Intramurals 1,
2, 3, 4,
"She that wants should
not he bashful."
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
to life, liberty and the
pursuit of men."
G.A.A. lg Girl Reserves
2, 3, 4.
"Bookkeeping held no
terrors for me."
Cue Club 1, 2, 3g Girl
Eleserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Philo
"The friends of my
friends are my friends. '
Harmon, Robert Lee
"Caesar was short,
Napoleon was, -' Well,
figure it out."
A Cappella 1, 25 Boxing
lg Camera Club I 2, 3,
Pres. 3: Class Play 3:
Class Pres. 4' Cue Club
1, 2, 35 Interclass Debate
1. 2, 3, Football 1, 29
Forensics 1, 2, Golf 1, 2,
3g Hi-Y 4, Intramurals
1, 2, Natl. Honor Soc.
3, 4: Operetta 1, 2g Par-
rot 4, Editor-in-chief 4:
Skrive 2, Editor-in-chief
29 Student Council 2, 3,
45 Yahara Staff 1, 2, 3,
4: Bus. Mgr. 4: Prom
"Little men tal! my
Girl Reserves 3.
"All the world's a
A Cappella 2, 3 tg Class
Play , 4, Class Vice
Pres. 23 Interclaas De-
bate 2, 3, 4' Forensics 1.
2, 3, 4, Iii-Y 4, ope-
retta. 2, 3.
Jacobian, lprrnlne Jensen, June Jensen, Lloyd
"When given some- "When in doubt of "Mary, Mary, quite
thing to serw, you could what to say, say noth- contrary, how does your
be sure lt would- be ing." garden grow."
Girl Reserves 3, Band 1, D.H.I.A. 3, 4.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. 2, 3, 4.
"When he talks, he
Boxing l, 33 Camera Club
3: Intramurals 2.
Johnson, Dorothy l.
"Zealous yet modest:
innocent though free:
serene amidst alarms,
inflexible in faith: in-
vincible in arms."
Cue Club 2. 35 G.A.A.
I, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves
l 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4:
3: Orchestra 4: Band 3,
4,2 Prom Comm.
"I expect that women
will be the last thing
civilized by men."
Johnson, Arlene M.
"Small profits are
Johnaon, Dorothy J.
"Reason is the mis-
tress and queen of all
G.A.A. l, 2, 33 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 4.
"I hear those bells."
Cue Club 3, Girl Re-
gerves 1, 2, 3, 45 Parrot
"Edgerton, here I
Class Play 4, Class Play
Prod. Staff 3, Cue Club
2, 35 Interclass Debate 2,
3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 4: Golf 3,
4, Parrot 4, Prom.
"What do I care
where he goes or what
Class Play Prod. Staff 4,
Cue Club 1, 2, 3, G.A.A.
2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1,
2. 3, 4, Golf 3, 4g Prom
"I don't have to look
A Cappella 1, 2, 3 4,
librarian: Camera Club
4, Cue Club 13 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 4: Ope-
retta 1. 2, 3, Parrot 4,
. yi, . A
"When a babe she
fell out of a window,
and came down plump."
G.A.A. Z, 3, 45 Girl Re-
serves 1. 2, S, 43 Parrot
"A bachelor is a man
who neyer makes' the
same mistake once."
Baseball 1, 2' Camera
Club 2, 3, .Class Play
Prod. Stat? 43 D.H.I.A.
4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Letterman 2, 3, 43 Golf
4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4:
Parrot 35 S Club 2.
"The grass must be
greener in Edgerton."
Bacc. Comm., Class Vice
Pres. 1, Cue Club 2:
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec.-
Treas. 4: Girl Reserves
Council 4, Sec-Treas. 4:
1, 2, 3, 4, Cab. 2' Philo
2 3, 4, Pres. 4, Student
Class Play Prod. Staff 45
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
"I am only an aver-
age man, but by George,
I work harder at it
than the average man."
Camera Club 1, 2, 3:
Class Play 4g Cue Club
35 Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Letterman 2, 3, 43 Golf
2, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
4, Parrot 1, 3, S Club 25
Y 'l' r ""' ' ,ff JM .i,iF.lF",.,.
Johnson, Robert Jornnger, Elaine Juve, LeRoy Knllugen, Alvln
"You come late, yet "Strange to the world ."If you have seen "There may be time '
you come. she wore a bashful him box you'll try to for work, but I've nev-
. look." get on the right side er found it."
Boxing 33 Intramurals of him-H
Football 1, 3. Girl Reserves 45 Orches- D.H.I.A. 3.
tra 4. Boxing 4, Intramurqls 2,
Kalllnd, Carroll Klttleson, Richard Kleven, Anne Klltzman, Audrey
"Courtesy is Q busi- "Ring down the cur- "It isn't life that "Pei-severancs wins
HC!! MSCI-B 80111 and tain, the farce is over." mattersg it's the cour- success." '
never a loss." age you bring to it."
A Cappella 1, 2,.3, 4: Forensics 2, G.A.A. 3:
Intramurals 1, 2, 4. Band 2, 3, 45 Boxing 49 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Par- Girl Reserves 3, 4.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: rot 3.
Operetta 2, 3.
Knviclr, Eldon Kviegurd, Harriet Leslie, Myron Lain, Anna 1
"As long as my Ford "Talk not to me for "You can't rise with "Our thoughts and our
runs, I'm satisfied." I'll not speak a word." the larks if you've conduct are our own."
been out on one the
Intramurals 2. Entered from Westby 3. night before."
A Baseball 1: Football 1,
2, Hi-Y 43 Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 45 Parrot 3.
um, mmm img, Mary Lund, Rosella Mmm, M.. nm. g
"I dog't say much, I "She's a little back- flndustry is the only "What 'ggi gapmn
wonder if I'm shy." ward about coming for- coin accepted at the t0m0n'0Y' H0 .Y MVS'
' ward." gate of success." buf whde. I 'We' give.
A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Girl me fuflf UWC me OWQQH
Reserves 25 Operetta 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. and EWG me Clothes.
35 Philo 2, 3, 4. Philo 4.
A Cappella 3, 4g Class
Play 3, 4: Cue Club 2. 3:
G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 G1rl'Re-
serves 2, 3, 4: Golf 3, 45 A
glperetta 3, Prom Comm. .
N 11" 132
"Will You please re-
peat the ost two pages?
I didn't hear them.
A Cappella 2, 3, 4: In-
tramurals 1, 2, 4: Ope-
retta 2, 3.
"Modesty becomes a
D.H.I.A. 1, 3.
"Give 'me the red
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4.
"A good friend is
forever a friend."
D.H.I.A. 1, 2, 3, 4:
F.F.A. 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: ln-
"Workl Will it nev-
Intramurals l, 3, 4.
"Just call me Swede."
Boxing 2, 3, 4: D.H.I.A.
2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2,
"Let gentleness my
strong enforcement be."
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
"Slow .in speech. but
prompt in action."
D.H.I.A. 3, 4: F.F.A. 3,
4,lPres. 4: Student Coun-
"She never yet vias
foolish that was fair."
Cue Club 2, 3: G.A.A.
3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 2,
3, 4: Parrot 1.
Nelson, Thomas J.
"He has a way with
Forensics 4: Intramurals
"Sensible people find
nothing useless. '
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4.
"You can't be serious
all the time."
Hi-Y 4: Intramurals 1,
Z, 3, 4. 2. 3, 4.
A Cappella 3: Athletic
Board 3: Baseball 1:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, let-
terman 1, 2, 3, 4: Par-
rot 3, 4: Band 1: Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, letterman
2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3,1 4.
letterman 1 2 3 4' Hi-Y
3 4, sec. 4: Student
Council 3, 4: S. Club 1. 2.
"There is nothing so
powerful as truth-and
nothing so strange."
"Give me the farm."
Boxing 4: D.H.I.A. 3.
those jokes l "
A Cappella 1, 3: Box-
ing 1, 2, 3: Class Play
4: Football 1, 2: Hi-Y 3,
4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4:
Operetta 1, 3: Parrot 3:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom
I , , 1
Outlmule, Mary Parish, Ruth
."Sl1e has an eye on
him that is tall." K
Entered from Oregon 4.
4'I will study and
prepare myself and
then some day my
chance will come."
G.A.A. 3, 4.
"Love is the life of
men--and me too!"
"Studious of ease,
and fond of humble
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 4.
"The mildest man-
ners, and the gentlest
Cue Club 2, 3, Girl Re'
serves 1, 2, 3, 4.
"God's gift to
D.H.I.A. 3, 4, Prom
"Never idle a mo-
ment, but thrifty and
thoughtful of others."
Forensics 2, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, 4.
Showers, Anna Mae
1 "While you are try-
ing, you are progres-
G.A.A. 2, 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 4.
"The foolish man
'darns' his luck-but
Sie wise man 'mends'
Bacc. Comm. 4, Camera
Club 3, Class Play 3, 4,
Cue Club 1, 2, 3, Inter-
class Debate 2, Football
1, Forensics 4, Golf 3,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4,
Parrot 3, Skrive 2, Bus.
Mgr. 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4.
"I prefer brunettes."
A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 2, D.H.I.A. 1, Hi-Y
4, Operetta 2, Parrot 3:
Band 3, 4.
"No .need for an in-
A Cagpella 1, 2, 3, 4,
Cue ub 3, Band 1,
Operetta 1, 2, 3, Prom
"My home is in hea-
ven.. .Fm Just here on
A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pres. 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, letterman 2 3, 4,
Boxing 1- Class Play 3,
4, Class I'res. 3, Comm.
Comm. 4, Cue Club 1, 2,
Football 1, 2, 3. 4, let-
terman 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2,
3. 4, letterman 2 3 4,
I-I1-Y 3 4, Sec. 4, Intra-
murals 1, Operetta 1. 2,
3 4, Parrot 4, Student
Council 4, s Club 2.
"Turn up the lights-
I don't want to go
home in the dark."
A Cappella 3, Camera
Club 2, Class Play. 3, 4:
Cue Club 1, 2, 3, Inter-
class Debate 1, 2. 3, De-
bate Squad 2, Forensics
l. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2.
3, Girl Reserves 1, 2,
3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4, Golf
3 4, Holder of Spoon 3,
Operetta 3, Parrot 1, 3,
4: Philo 2, 3, 4, Skrive
2' Student Council 4,
Yiahara staff 2. 3. 4:
Editor-in-Chief 4, Prom
"Veni, Vidi, Vici."
"I came, I saw, I con-
A Cappella 2, 4. Vice
Pi-Ls. 4, Bacc. Comm.,
Intramurals l, 2, 4: Base-
ball 2, Operetta 2, Band
2, 4. ,
"I know, teacher, I
Aviation Club 1, 2, Box-
ing 4, Intramurals 3, 4,
"It's nice to be a.nice
girl, who has a boy
friend who has a nice
Entered from Burlington
Class Vice Pres. 4, Com-
"Even the woodpeck-
1 cr owes his success to
the fact that he has
D.H.I.A. 3, 4: F.F.A. 3.
"He was straight-
you could trust him."
D.H.I.A. 3: F.F.A. 3, 4.
"Man has his will,
but Marian has her
A Cappella 1: Athletic
Board 4, Sec.-Treas. 4:
Band 3, 4: Class Sec.-
Treas. 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,
4: Girl Reserves 2, 3,
4: Golf 3: Parrot 4:
Philo 2. 3, 4: Class Play
Prod. Stai 3: N.H.S. 45
Natl. Honor Soc. 4.
"A nice combination
of beauty and brains."
A Cappella 1, 2 3, 4,
Treas. 3: Class l'lay 3,
4: Commencement Comm.
4: Forensics 4: Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3:
Operetta 1. 2, 3: Philo
2, 3, 4: Skrive 2: Ya-
hara 2, 3 4: Prom
Comm.: Natl. Honor
"A man who has con-
trol over himself is the
master of others."
Athletic Board 1: Box-
ing 2, 3: Class I-rPlay
Prod. Staff 3: D. .I.A.
3, 4: F.F.A. 3, 4, Sec.
3, 4: Football 1 2, 3, let-
terman 2, 3: I-Ii-Y 3, 4,
Vice Pres. 4: S Club 2:
"While we stop .to
think, we often miss
A Capgella 1, 2, 3, 4:
Class lay 3, 4: Cue
Club I, 2, 3: Forensics
3: G.A.A. 4: Girl Re-
serves 1, Z, 3, 4: Ope-
retta 1, 2, 3.
"Each day is the
scholar of yesterday."
Entered from Oregon 3.
Orchestra 3, 4. V
"It's better to have
bluffed and lost than
to never have bluffed
D.H.I.A. 4: F.F.A. 4:
"I love my 'Dolly'."
A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Box-
ing 2, 43 Class Play
Prod. Staff 3: Cue Club
3: Football 3: Intramur-
als 1, 2, 3, 4: Operctta
2, 3: Parrot 3: Band 3,
"To women I pay no
heed. Today's pum is
Boxing 1, 2, 3, 4: Foot-
ball 1, 3, 4, letterman 3,
4: Hi-Y 4: Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4.
-"The beacon of the
Bacc. Comm.: Class Sec.
4: G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4:
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4:
Philo 3. 4, Vice Pres. 4:
Nat'1 Honor Soc. 4.
III: t CP I
iustn llgolk waist
G.A.A. 3, 4.
"To do nothing is
not always to waste
D.H.I.A. 1, 2, 3.
"As long as there is
s dance, and I can get
to it, I'm satisfied.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 4.
.9n M '
DONALD KNIGHT-February 2, 1920-August 26, 1938.
Loy ODLAND-September 25, 1921-March 15, 1939.
The Silence seems oppressiveg something lacks,
The youth and life have from our group been sapped,
We are yet blind.. We cannot see the path
Leads up across the meadows. We are wrapped
In deatlfs thick mist and unavailing grief.
Yet there comes a shining moment when
Once more we'll laugh and talk in unison
In your smiling presence all the joy
Of bright youth will return.
FLORENCE KAUPANGER-NOVCmbCT 28, 1922-March 15, 1939
JOHAN WEDOE-january 19, 1924-March 11, 1939.
i , .i
lrVillian1 C. Hansen Harold B. Mennes
The Student Council is the governing body of the Stoughton High School. Com-
posed of the presidents of the various organizations and Mr. Mennes as faculty advisor,
they decide many of the major issues that come up from day to day. Besides handling
the discipline problem of the students they plan social functions and assembly programs.
Top Row: Mr. Mennes, A. Peterson, M. Ellickson, D. Onsrud, R. Nyhagen.
Second Row: M. Rein, M. Thomson, R. Smith, H. Eggleson, J. Hale, E. Johnson.
Front Row: D Klefstad. R. Burrull, R. L. Hansen, S. Flarlen, M. Hanson
Mabel Anderson Hazel Bentson Bo d Burnside
Whitewater Normal Eau Claire State Teachers College University of Chicago
Commercial Lawrence College American History
School Bank Citizenship Hi-Y Adviser
Freshman Class Adviser Forensics
Philo Adviser Orchestra
Ruby Greiling Mary Lorraine Hickey
La Crosse State Teachers College University of Wisconsin
Girls' Gym-School Nurse English
GA.A. Adviser Senior Class Adviser
Raymond Homme Edwin Jensen Thelma Johnson
Oshkosh State Teachers College St. Olaf College University of Wisconsin
Woodwork General Science, Physics A Ca pella
Senior Class Play Chemistry, Assistant Football School, Music
Coach, Director of Intramurals
Torsteln Kvamme Frederick Moen
Luther College Oshkosh State Teachers College
Band, World History Mathematics 1
Debate, Forensics, Speech
Ragrnond Myrlck Walter Netterhlad Ruth Radatz
shkosh State Teachers College Stout Institute La Crosse State Teachers College
La Cro se Normal Printing, Golf English II
Bois' Gym Business Manager of Forensics
At letic Director School Activities Sophomore Adviser
Football, Basketball Coach
Eleanor Reimer Dorothy Salzmann
Whitewater Normal Stout Institute .
Advanced Stenography Sewing, General Science
Typing Girl Reserve Adviser
Prilcllll Sands George Schefelker Hannah Thompson
University of Wisconsin Stout Institute Pratt Institute
English Mechanical Drawing Home Economics
Junior Class Adviser Home Management
unior Class Play
FIFTH ROW :
University .of Wisconsin
Pennsylvania State College
Iowa State Teac ers College
University of Iowa
Oshkosh State Teachers College
Junior High Athletics
Viola Wade Beulah Waller
Beloit College University of Wisconsin
English I Biology
Librarian Girl eserve Adviser
Florence Wilkins Helen May Willianu I
Platteville State Teachers College Uniyersity of Wisconsin
Lawrence College Latin I 81 II
Algebra English I
Junior High Play World History
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lull Rim 1 llinlw, l, llnay, ,l Il nan, XX. lnl 1h,l llulv.1,l l ulinm
Sm-cnnml Row: . 'ei'kQ, ll, llviimii. li. .Xmlci'sin1. ll. livggestznl, A, llinnlcllzxgcn, lb. K'ln'iali:nisun, li, ljcig.
Firnt Rnw: vl. l'1Yf'Ilr4IlI, R. Vin-k, 'l'. liyhnnl. li, Hiiiishln-., ll. .xllKlK'l'SUll, R. .Xinlci'sLui, lf. linlalil.
CLARABELL, A SENIOR GIRL, KEEPS A DIARY
Sept. 12: NVcll, thc hunch znnl l lllllIlllHL'll tu gn-t hu-rv rntllui' vzlrly this nmrning to
lnuk uvcr thu Missa-s Sulzinanin, NYznh-, llifkcy, Sznnls, :unl VV:illc1'. This was il gnml sinn-
incr for cnpinlg that L-xplznn5 thu ncw znlllitiuiis to thc teaching stall.
junior liivklc cxnnu in lllllli :in hwnr lutc ln-ltcr lzitc than iwvciy yun know Qlluch.
XVQLS that tritc.j.
4 Sept. 13: liven tlningh wnfrc nuw iligliilicnl svniurs znnl have sllplmscclly furguttvn all
chilllish iniclurclzissllicifs tricks, wc mlicl enjoy trnwlging lmrcfrmt uronml thc cznnpus last
night, Yun sw, Mac, Mnrizln, IVl:n'y, llwiwvtliy, Viniliiv, Arlmlvziii, ginrl l gin stuck in thc
hull purkAhnt th:1t's zliimlicr stury.
Sept. 14: l 1limln'l hzivc El tlillL' lust night. Hutch Qwv gn slvuclyj was too busy tossing
Frush ntl' thi- Main Strcct lmrirlgc. l inmticucl it mink ll gonil crnwil of husky athletes tu
Illiillllgkf thc fc:
WT san f 'HX Tiskn-1 ll 'lliskctn in ZlS5CIlllblY. Murc than unc linen' was sinihn I reminis-
. F . . . - .
ccntly an il flininllit nt ll glurnnis snnnnui' ul slingging :it thc lzlkv.
li,l, Rnw: Xl, ,lnhn
sun. R. Kxillv. lf. -lm--rlwril, lf. llulnllu-, ,l. ll:-ggi-slml, l. llm-lgg-N1-ii, li, llllllhiill, ll
Sq-rmnl Ruw: R. llzilu-i's1lii, R. S. llnnrami. ,l. Kvulhciin, U. llznnlelmnl, li. lxaillznnl, U, lxlningslzul, l
-lnlnmni, l.. llulx'4-rainl. I
'I'hiril Rnw: F, Dlnsensky, N. .Inlsn-th, I.. lluwlfiimnu, M. llnlu-i'-xml, ll. llnrriwn, lf. Almwlzuln-11, l,. Kjurin-Q
ll. Ilaingznn, M. Kittlusnn.
I llullnni Row: K'. llnll, R, rlznwllmwii, li. llvlgwhnl, ll. l.m'y, l,. N. lx'i'i'sni1, M. Km-nun, ll. llailvrrmn
n, l'. ll-iltnn.
Top Row: Roneid, G. Phetteplace C. Martin V Radeeke N Sandven N L Ol w R 0 tl
, , . , . . f , . . sin. . u muse.
Second Row: D. Nettnm, N. S. Olson, A. Linn, H. Phillips, A. Lunde, M. Osterheld, L. Lunde. IH. Powell,
Third Row: T. Peterson, M. N Park A. Odl l , N '
, ant, J Quam, ll. Nielson, O. Ofsthun, L. Lee, J. Nelson,
Bottom Row: C. Metzler, V. Pratt, J. Quale, M. Rein, E. Listug, ll. Roang, G. Nygzaard, M. Reinstad
E. Merritt, l. Petty. V
Sept. 15: That too, too clever Smith lad pulled another bright one today. When
Miss Hickey asked for an example of a concrete word, he replied with "pavement."
l'm sure it won't he long now hefore Hollywood calls me. We all had movies taken
of ourselves as we left hy the front door today. Hutch and l marched out !ll'lll-lll-I1l'lT'l"'
was l thrilled!
Sept. 16: Dr. Frank G. Sayers gave a speech in assembly for our first stamp hook
attraction. His suhject was, "Are You a Thoroughbred?" His description of his son
rather intrigued me f-he's :t football and basketball star at Colgate. Butch wouldnlt stand
11 chalice with 'him around.
Sept. 19: Those lucky gals with reversible coats-with all the rain, l feel kind nf
slighted wearing my old rain coat day in and day out.
Marian Eggleson remarked that Hartvig is only bashful in a crowd. I'd heard she
was too taken up with Jimmie from Minnesota to notice anyone else.
Sept. 20: Mr. Thornburg: has an original excuse for the red spot on his suit coat.
He maintains that the chemical used by his cleaners turned t'he spilled ink red. CVVe're
taking it with a grain of salt.D
Sept. 21: The Rev. Mr. Stolen gave a talk on "Youth and Temperance" to the as-
l i LM
Top Row: A. Stockstad, J. XVilliams, E. Skaar, L. Slinde, M. Thomson, A. Teigen, D. Visaas.
Second Row: A. Smithback, R. Stein, G. l.Voolt', R. Swingzen l Strandlie H Slettum A VVeum I Veium.
Third Row: M. Sturdevant, E. Sproul, M. VVeum, B. South,,G.- Severtsori, DI. LSunr1e, Thompson llll. Sime
Fourth Row. M. Sperstad, M. Taylor, S. Svenm, R. Spees, G. Severson, L. Nllalling, E. Wikuni, YM. VVan
hagen, B. Skolas.
lip Run: tl. .Xlult-is-nl, lf. li'h'm-. li. llnklicll lf, .'Xriirs.n1. Al. liirlilt, th frusse.
'l'lnrrl R-iw: Nl. llimgsx'-tltl, R. lliumlricli, ll. llrntx'-wlrl, R. .MnlL'i'smi, xl l7:tg.gp1'ctt, II. Ilusvh. R. Anssc.
St-vi-ml Rnw: N. lh-1-kt-r. ti. llrvklccn, ll. linvrt-, ll. lllnrkney, lf. .Xmlci'snii, B. linwuii, M. Bl'llllt'llH. ,I
lltmtlclizngt-ii, M. llnwcii.
linumil R-nr: R. lh-inictt, .X. .Xmlm-rsmi, I'. t'ln'ishipl1ei', P. Anlwrg, A. Eliason, C. Bnrher. R. Clans. l,
SilIltlL'I' has luzirnn-nl his lcsson. Ht- twink at hunch of us tn Madison and, "NcvCr againf
says hc-, "will I wait fur at hunch nf n'ni1ic1i." Afton' ull, Szniclcr. it tlllitw timt- to rvm-xx
nur nizlny ucrnlzliiitnllccs znncnig thc "CtbllL'glZll1S.n
Sept. 22: Mr. ,lt-nscn tnlml "ll:ittic" lfhlc that hc zirrungc-rl tn have hcr in the ztttcr- ,
nnnn so that ht-1' jziw would nut In-cnnic tcm tirccl nut hy constant use in his class.
was lmi'illi:1nt nn pnnting :tnrl Imirinzin Ulscn :incl "lxihs" Busch were star juniors. Aftci
clflwn riickclnflcmisiii fart tht' Only grind point of the tlancc was thc hig crowd.
Sept. 26: Thr- CRA.,-X. gavt' 21 swcizil party tn gct thc frosh 2lCl1ll1liIllt'tl with thc uppcr-
vlzxssnicn. Rnlfc llztnsnn :intl usiilllilu -lust-nsky nnlst hzivct at flrng :unnngst the "gals," At
hast thcy nlznizigt-il tn hzivv :l snmck nl thc l't'l.I'L'SlllllC'l1fS.
Sept. 27: XVL' hznl fini' hrst tiirl Rvscrvc inccting with Millic Ellicksnn presiding.
Sept .28: Don Rupp, at fnrnn-r student at SHS. cntortuinetl ns with a group of songs
:u'cm11p:n1iwl hy julian Mathisnn.
'Pup Rnw: R. Ginnie-rsnn, G. Frei, XV. Hanson. R. Hanson.
Sccmicl Row: R. llufflnam, ll. Grnven. G. lfrrlnlil, B. Grefshcinm J. Hofstad.
Fit-51 Raw: A. Foss:-n, D. Hrwltnn, M. Ilnnscn, L. Haneland, M. Hanson.
Sept. 23: l'.x'vn thungh llzxrztlmn hcnt ns 13-tl, nur huys lilztyctl wvll, "l'frh" Nyliztgcn
T 1 .
tht- gzuna- thc lli-Y hwy, gztvc El rlznicc. lt was inipossihlc ln lit-zu' tht- cnnstznitly l3l't'1llilllf
Top Row: R. ff johnson. R. jnlseth, S. Martin, XY. Nlefonnell, fl. Kleven, -I. Kzirlslyst.
Third Row: S. lilsensky, ll, Moen, G. Kline, li. Linrleriul, A. Hove, M. blolznsnn, l.. Lund.
Second Row: Y. ,l:icohsnn, A. Offerflalll. li. Lewis. Y. Lzithrop, l. lloline, N. Nelson, ll. Hvvvelznnl.
Hott:-in Row: ll. Nesvig, D. Holtan, K. Hull, T. johnson, li. Jensen, G. Onthouse, li. Nelson, l. Offerflahl.
Sept. 29: Dr. Smith gave a decidedly humorous portrayal of David Crockett in as-
sembly. XVe thought we were lucky to have si couple of new nmgzizines at hziurl.
.Fort took us 8-0, but we had a good turnout. VVe all did our darndest to get into
their dance and finally did-for the last piece. VVayne O. had to stick to the walls or
walk hackwnrcls due to an eniharrassing rip in his pants.
Oct. 3: Our poll to elect two folders for Senior clziss pictures was a failure today clue
to Sn1ith's Cand a few others'J great amount of enthusiasm. "Little Sonny" cast upwards
of four hundred votes.
Oct. 4: This was an exciting day-everyone was on edge wondering which politician
would he this year's leaders. Final results were:
Senior filass: President-Robert Lee Hanson: Vice-President-Aline Smitlihznekg
Secretary and Treasurer-Aurelia Zajaczekg Athletic Board-Harven Benson.
Junior class: President-Meredith Thoinsong Vice-President-John VVilli:11nsg Sec-
retary and Treasurer-Lorraine Veuinig Athletic Board-Norman L. Olson.
Sophomore Class: President-Douglas Stokstriflg Vice-PresiclentfBeverly Grefsheimg
Secretary and Treasurer-Jean Hofstadg Athletic Board-Gerald Frei.
Fl'CS'l1Ill2iIl Class: President-Arthur Rae Sanclsniarkg Vice-President-Arlene Groveng
Secretary and Treasurer-Gail Guelsong Athletic Board-Doreen Rein.
Top Row: 1. Stokke, P. Vinmens, 1. Sehielke, J. llfedoe, J. Rippchen. M. Trow, R. Schwartz, D. Skoien,
Second Row: D. Ustad, D. VVright, D, Phetteplace, R. Schwartz, R. Olson. M. Offerdahl, E. Thompson.
Third Row: C. Osland, P. Peterson, A. Olson, D. NViswell. A, Utemark, D. Stokstad. A. Sundt, J. Vingum.
Bottom Row: M. Strommen. J. Pratt, D. Seamonson. B, Taylor, A. Root, G. Onsrud, G. Sperstad.
l'tiu Ruw: I'. I'illlc'kr1rg, NI, .Xinlr-mini, I.. Ifiustlnzin, Y. fin-Pit, -I, Ilnritll, Y, I3ylvcx'it'lc, IQ. Ifvvitsuil.
. . .. , , .. . . , . .
N-wi fi : 1 -' vi , . cltlvy. Ix. Ihvittnn, Il. I'.x'viwiiii, C.. Ix. .'Xi1fIi'i's-nt, 41. lf. .Xinli'i'Qini. II
nfl R xx I tilhzit n Ix III
If:-Ilninl, If. Iiriclutili.
'I'hiv'4I Ilfiw' I' II'li'i'v I Ilrnhciin Xl Xinlviwinx If flrii-ig I Ilrxnnl II. lligl-vw .X.1Qi4nt'il. II. II4-vkvnx.
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I'. 1ii'c'fSI1ir'ln, M, ,Xlnlm-iw-iii.
Ilnttmn R1-wi il. 1':ii'1wi1tei', R. Ifliivisnii. .X. Iixt-iwiii. .X. .Xiiiiimls-vin, Rnilnry l'iinci'wn. Nl. Ili-nwn, H, Ifillt"I'
si-n, A. .Xriiixtr-uni. ll. Ii:-nnctt, I.. l'vini'itv.
Oct. S: llfits I.:n'y hurl si uzistt- papa-1' hxixkct riilc' thrnngh thc hulls with lwrfwiimtiiwii
prtwiilvrl hy Liininiv zlnil Mitt:
Oct. 6: Stznnlvy Izisviisky is prupln-syiiig Qcsnvciztlly wht-n in tht- wiiiinziiiy of llzir-
hairn Ilmu-tit that ht' will hc next XCZIYIS Irwin King,
Oct. 7: NVQ wont over tn VV:ttcrtnwn juhilztntly Illll vznni' hztclc with spirits ilztinpciicil
hy tht-ii' ll-U win. lImi'cx't-1' wt' wt-i'n't an fIlSIlt'2lI'lk'IIt'4I than wt- i'wnliln't clit-ui' thi- nni'
tclmnl tin ova-rv 1-iwiivr, :tnrl lH2ll'IIL'lIl2lI'Iy hir M r. Iinrnsnlc, ilnhhc-tl "thy king."
Oct: 10: lfwry little jittC1'htig inztnzigtwl tn Q01 to ltlmlismi hy wine liunla iii' cw-vls
tw 'ht-sn' Hvitii-v fiwvrliiiziii, that nhl "king uf swing." I tlnwtiglit hc wats 11 fhzirh- hvttvr than
thi' Ritz 'I'riiiii1wtwi's, :ilthnngh thvy wcrc inn- wif tht' hvst stznnp lmnk pt'wgi':ti11s nl' tht-
Oct. ll: llzittiv lfhlv is talking it-i thc rolling pin! No, slhc h:tsn't snilrlvnly gtinc' thi-
nicativ, il's that this forin of rcmhicing was siiggt-sta-rl hy Miss Sztlmnziini. Uni' inwtlicrs
zm- Quint: tn tinil Ihcir fturc nf rolling-pinx saxrlly ihininiQht-il if it rt':tll5 wnrlqs,
Oct. 12: Tho tiirl Ruscrvcs VVCYL' rliviflcrl in half tonight 7-the Seniors :incl juniors in
tint- grnnp. tht- frnyh :intl snplw in thc nthcr.
Tun Row:: I.. hlorflan, R. llzinwn, M. llc-lmke, A. llungeii, C. llotf, I.. ,ItlI1llSH!l.
Third Row: F, Ilclpvstiul, R. llzmsnn, R. Gnllickswn, WI. Joitel, M. li. Klefstad, O. Hanson.
Sccniitl Row: IC. jrmlmscm, G. Kjcrncs, A. Hi-ggc, F. IIznnlcIziml,.M. llziwkinson, L. Iverson.
First Huw: R. IIEHISZFHI, IS. Ilfilvmsmi, J. Jullnsrnx, D. Cjvrtson, J. 'IC1'gCIlSUll, H. llztwkinsun, R. Jacobson
llvy Huw: S. Klvivn, I., I,2n'5', Il, I.11niIi'lwl'i1, ll. I'il'nCin'l'. II. Ulsiin, A. III-l'C'l'1IIll1I, II, Mylire, If. Ultvimi
Sw-'intl Riiw: 5. Nvlwni, lf. Iiiliilvvn, .X. Elric, II. Hlxivn, IT. Hama, Y. Nylwrg, 44. Nzitvig, AI. Onsrutl. I,
IIIIIWI Rnwt I. I.i-v. K. Hive, U. Iwi-. U. Uhrcflit. U. Uillzinil, R. I':lrk, R. Klctnlvr, II. Nattcstzul. R. Kru-
vick. l'. Ulsun.
Ili-ttf-in Ri-w: XI. Ulwn. A. Nt-lwn. lx, KI. l.:ti'wii, Il. Ulxthnn. I'. Ni-ttnin. NI. Nnriling. if Nui'iliin.:. I'
tlslnnrl, I.. Ulxml.
Oct. 13: Mzirjrwy Kittlvsiin, znifitlicr hig wwrry for ns gale-, who rect-iitly arrived
triwin Rlzitliwii, is lI1Illlll1llQ'fl with Snnth, thc httlc chzip whu inzikcs so nnich nfiisc. Nntvi
. 2ll'L' flying fast :intl lAIll'ItlllSlj'.
Oct. 14: XYC :ill hznl il chzincc to spurt tinr nt-w full iintlits :it thc Mtiiiriw gnnic hcrc
tiinight. .X tliiiic-inwt-l thrillcr, wc wnn in trnc lwiin--ctiiiiiiig spirit I5-14. The Ili-Y
i'vilc-viinwl tlniiieclvcs with ai In-ppy flzincu. XVZLS that thc Lznnhcth XY1xlk thi- nnilcr-
clzusiin-n wort' zlttcinpting tn- was it the intira' ctmiiiitiii lmy-ectiiit walk?
Thv Ili-Y htww hclrl thcir infiirinzil initiatitin at thi' pc-p num-ting ttiilziy. Iiiltn' "SlCw"
Ifvcrsini was fetching in ll night shirt ilirccting' singing. Chiivk "Rtniic-fi" Ilcckvr, niorc
iii' li-ss iizitiimlly. wus lictlvvlicrl with pziintvrl lips. playing thi' tlrinns. lmnio wail il slip-
lvfwscflly cuiihtlciitisil niiti' Irwin Blntlrly.
ThiQ was rczilly Il clay! Dnnnlfl Scfitt Xlfiri'is1ni playctl tht' piznni as Il Stznnp hook
Oct. 17: .X can-liizitl uf H4 gut intn inziny :incl vzirivil tight stints :is si rcsnlt of mn'
liinriiip, ziriwnntl thc "XYilliiws" well siiiiplictl with flashlights last night.
Inn Row: Sliuweix, AI Sou-i'fi.ii1, l. Wright, A. bv:-nin. If. XYimltl', I.. Tlimliimm.
Secuiitl ROW: II, XYi-ight. M. 'l'l1in'sni1, II. XYillinins. lil. Rein. XI. Reinstall.
'I'hii'cl Rfiw: K. Rrigc, Il. Snnzlhy. A. Sziiirlsinzwk, Rnnm, Ii. Yikc, II. XIIIIKICYIZIIU.
Iinttimi Row: A. Spilclc, Lf. Rupp, IE. Scziinfniwii, M. Rmiieri, A. Svcinn, W. Skzuir.
Top ow: fl. R. Anderson, R, tinllielcsun, ll, tl. Anderson, A. 'l'lnfr1ne, R. A. lloltnn, llliss jolins-nn, D.
Mans, Bl. Kittlesrm.
Seeuml Row: li. XYoulf, M. Osterhelzl, A. Lien, li. l.arson, ll. liver-sun, R. Foss, l.. Omllnncl. A. Spilcle.
'l'hir4l Row: ll. Fellanrl, C. Rupp, ll, XVright, R. Ansse, IJ. l.ney, lf. Amlersun, A, Lien. Bl. Benson, R.
llrztpzstznl, ll. llenson.
lluttfnn Row: A. Spa-es, Klefstzul, lfllielcsnn, Yeutn, Martin, Anderson, llfvfstnrl, il. Dlnhnsun. Krnener.
Oct. 18: We surprised Dorothy Irene tonight. lt was her birthday, and a few of
the chaps who weren't invited came ont. namely Erb, Sonny, Red, Don J., and Ribs, and
Silt outside and discussed the affair.
Oct. 19: Vonnie says she wishes she had 11 boy friend, and glances wistfully at Muddy
and Lorne walking up the street.
Oct. 20: Gene Hanson hurl a bet on that he'tl give at certain Soph. girl, "Cuddles."
21. box of ezmdy in assembly, but come assembly tnne he'd eaten it. CI can see Butch
liamling me ri box of candy before 300 pairs of eyes.l
The former Misses Trmurtelot and Kyle were present at this afternoon's pep-meet.
We lost to the prospective conference Chznnps, VVis. High?
Oct. 21: We only had school in the morning, and in the afternoon Smith betrayed
the noble cause Cl refer to those senior boys who have orgzunzed against the Senior
girlsb by tzixnng Il bunch of us to Madison.
Oct. ZZ: We were guinea pigs today for a nmnber of teachers here for a meeting of
the Progressive Education Association.
Top Row: R. Sandsmark, L. Iverson, R. Smith, F. Hanson, O, Lund, A. Sanclsmark, G. Quill.
Second Row: I. Bickle, R. Kittleson, VV. Hanson, L. Svenm, S. Quam, M. Martinson, Miss Johnson.
Third Row: R. Claus. I. Schielke. L. Foss, G. NVuolt', M. johnson, S Berge, D. Stokstad.
Bottom Row: A. Amundson, R. Paton, J. Pratt, J. Liudrud, A. Everson, J. Johnson, O. Harried.
Top Rovv: J. Schielke, L. Sveunl, il, Biekel, R, Anderson, ll, lfggleson, XV, Osterheld, R. Diederielc, R,
Second Row: Mr. Kvamme, S. Quam, ll. Keil, C'. llanks, XY. llansen, O. lforton, A. Sziudsniark, A. Gil-
bertson, ll. Harri son.
Third Row: A. Gunsolus, C. Metzler, I. Pratt, M. Iverson, XY. Krisgaard. N. lleeker, K. llanson, B.
Fourth Row: I. Hofstad. M. Kroenf-r, J. l-logie, H. Groven, B. Felland. S, Ripprhen. ll, Terry, R. Claus,
Bottom Row: J. Gutheart, P. May, li. Anderson, bl. Foss. N. Halverson, R. Specs, N. Keenan, U. l. john-
son, B. Bowen, 1. ,lergenseu
Oct. 24: Mae spent a good share of her leisure time today writing 'trottenu on the
eggs at Klongslancfs.
Oct. 25: Louie has the distinction of being the only male member of the Student
body sporting a Philo pin. I'll have to see what I can do for Butch.
Kay Kayser won the orchestra poll. A few votes were even cast for "Mr. Burnside's
Oct: 26: The new Girl Reserves were initiated tonight. A Halloween atmosphere
prevailed due to the costumes and taffy apples prese11t.
Oct. 27: The long faces on this year's Yaliara pictures will undoubtedly he due to
the report cards issued today. As usual, the Yahara memhers were envied for their short
vacation-not to be outdone, many students purposely 'tforgotn to get in on the right
picture. thereby having to wait for the next one.
Oct. 28: The GAA. sponsored the pep meeting today and the dance after the game.
The pep meeting really gave the low-down, as only Walt XVinchell can give it, lt's really
surprising how many rivalries we lhave, and mostly among girls, too! For example,
XfVillie's ,lean and Aline, and L4huek's Eleanor and Marian.
Edgerton came out on the long end of the 13-0 score,
Top Row: Mr. Burnside, R. Anderson, C. Danke, H. Phillips, I. Hofstad.
Second Row: 1. Hogie, G. Guelsou, V. VVui-th, R, Ausse, J. Gotthardt, E. Anderson, ll. Johnson.
Bottom Row: L. Bryant, D. Klefstad, M. Osterheld, M. Kroener, K. Hanson, A. Hegge.
1 Al T
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Junior Class Play
"Growing Pains," zlirvctml liy Misx Vriscillzi Szmils :111cl lll'QSL'lIll'Cl by tlic jimior Class.
kept 11 large Zll1fllCllCC ilvliglitcrl 111 its L'H1Ill'1lj' 1111 Dccciiilici' U. Ciciwrgv NlCllllj'I'C Cllirlws
Mnrliiij 211111 'l'1'rry Mcliityru 1Mil1Ir1'1l Rciiih 11'1'1'1' ilu- :11lol1's1'1'111s WI111 pr1wi1lv1l lllilllj'
xiivils 1111111101115 for tlicir 11:11'c111s 1l7111ti1' Klcfstricl Zlllfl LJIIEIIIC l'11w1'lll. Much of thc
111l1l1- was :lim 111 Gc11rgc's i11f11111z11i1111 with l'1'114l1'11c1' Clfwtlivi' .xllklvfftvllj :1111l 'l10l'I'j'.S
1111110 1011 svcrct liking fwr Hrimi 1kM1'1'1'1li1l1 'I'l111111s1111l. A1210 Tziyliwr, Friuilzi licrg. Sliirloy
Svvuni, Liuiirgc lllicttvplzicc, flXX'k'll lilflllgllllld, ll1-1'I11'1't l'l1illi11s, Vzuigliii Pratt. Xvvllllillll
Fursctli, D111'vn'l1y l,:1cy, lil'lll2ll1 Slwlzis, Flziim- l.iS11lM, Ruth Siww, llclcu Bciisfiii, Milrlrccl
ll:1lv111's1111, jnliii NYilliz1111s, 111111 l-ilIJll'll'S lla-clwi' aulflvil 111 tliv play with tlicii' parts.
'lllql Rltw: Mr. Xlues, R. Muen, R. llzin-sun.
Seemui R-nv: ll. Stuelcstzul, R, Claus.
Bwttmn Rnw: I.. Yeitnn, M, Osterheld, M. Rein.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The Senior Vlztss prudnctieni of Edna Ferber's play "Miniclc" niet all expectations
:ind impressed the packed house with its polished perlurinzince.
The plut centered around the situation which arose when Old Man Miniek tRuImert
Sniithl arrived to live with his son, Fred QRalph Pedersonil and daughter-in-lziw, Nettie
4.-Xnn Speesl. During 'his stay he discuvered Fred! participation in a new business with
-Iini Corey 4-Iznnes Hillel over which the lz1tter's wife. l.il cAfl4lCIlll Peterson! :ind Nettie
heemne very nlueh excited. A ladies meeting ut the Minick hrnne is broken up lay the
uld man after which he leaves for a happier life at the old folk's home with his cronies,
Mr. Dietenhofer tlunis Iversonl and Mr. Price CKer1nit Johnsonj. Irene Feggestacl.
XVz1yne Osterheld, Mildred lillieksun, Mae Doris Martin, Mary Drotning, Minnie John-
son, Alice Thorpe :ind Bzirhurzi .Xinhle played supporting roles very ably.
Mri Htmnnne directed the pmductioii.
'Ii-Ii Ri xx: Mr. XI-ies R. Nliren, ll. Stuelvstml.
Spciiml Row: M. llsterlielml. li. .Xndersun, VI. llnistaul.
lhtttf-in Huw: R. llzinsen, M, Rein, R. flzius.
T111 1411111 I1, li1'1-111111, 12111111-11s1111. 11111-151111, 1f1'ic'ks1111, Ily11l:vick, K1efs1z111, Hcggu.
91-1-111111 1111111 ,111i11-1. 1-1-14141-411111. I., 11y11c1'1c1c. Ifussen, 1Irefs11ei111, Ilerkins, G1-1111-11.
'I'11i1'11 H1111-: Ii-1l'l'1lL'S. I'1l'lIlI'I,L1I'lI, I-f:1s11111111, NI. IIz111s1111, j. 1111fst:1d, E. tAlI11C'I'SU11, M. 1X1111Q-1's1111, G. :A!ll,1t'I'S0l1.
11111111111 R1111: Auwe. 111111-1-11, 11111411-, AI. 111-11s1111, 1i1'11ve11, l1I4CI.S1l1t'l'l1, I-I1111z111, G. A111I1-1's11n, Il. Burull.
I A11 1111- cz1r111:111s 111- 111115 111111'111g 111c 1z1k1- 11-rri111ry gave prouf of 1110 "dirty workn
g1111114'1111.11111 111:11 way. I 1111111- E111 111111111 w111'k 1011 1111111 C1Cl1lI1llg off 1110 buck porch.
N1z1rJ11r1' A1111 211111 1.111110 :1111-111111c11 111 stage 21 11:11'1y at 111c 1'c.1r111c1"s 1111111cs1c:111. 11211111-
XVK'.l'1l II1j41l1. 11111 11111' 111 :1 11-11' 11-111111' 5111111-111! 111-rv1-V11-11 51-1151-s 111 111111111r for is it -
111111111111 w1111 11:11'g'1-11 111 1111 1111' 11:1r15', 11 was 11r11k1-11 1111. Tllcsc "1ric1111s" 11r11ccct11-11 to
11.1111:11g1- L'V1'l'A'11ll1l1,f 1111 11z11111.
Nov. l: 1 gm-ss 1'VL'I'A'1lllLi wus 11111 tired from 1115 IIll11OVVC,Cll 1.1rz111ki11g lust 11igJ11t 10
1111 2lIIA'111II1L.f I-lllllly 111' L'XC11111g 111111132 .
Nov. 2: T110 111-Y 141111111 5111110 girls' c11:111c1-s 111 112111-s 111 11c11r 1.111-11 Gr:1y's 1,1rc11cstrz1
111' 1111411111 115 1IlL'1I117L'1'5 1-11 111:1ssc 111 111c stage s110w.
11 Sk'L'1l1S 1111- 1'r11N11-5111111 party gocrs 111111: Z111V2lllI1lgC 111 1111- 1111011111111 11111111rrf1w by
slaying 11111 1111111 lIIl1'1lT1I11A' 11111111 for 911011 c11i111rc11. T110 v1t111 11111-s1i1111 is-11111 Bcvcrly,
11-, 11lll'1S, 111111 111111 1411 111 1111- XVi1111ws nftcr 1111- 11:11'ty 111' c1i1111'1 1111-y?
M1-11111111111111111: NI11s1 11111 sn-1 lllj' 111211111 L'111CIi 1111? 11-1111111'1'11w 11111r11i11g. '1"11c 1c:1c11c1's
'11'1- g111111g 111 1111- c1111v1-11111111 111111 wc 1'1- 11z1v111g 1w11 1111ss1111 lIllA'S 111 Villlilfltlll.
Nov. 7: 11111 'I1'II5L'11 was wn-11 1111 1115 way 111 MIIXN'2l1I1iL'L' w111-11 111- 112ll1 ll 111111111111 218
1- 1'1-s1111 111 s111111- 111':11'1i1':11 111111-r's 1111114 :lt 1111- 1111111 W1-11111-511111.
111-111' 1.1111-11 is il 111-11' 1111-111111-1' 111 1111- 5111111111111111- class, AV1-'1'c 1411111 111 wc1c111111- 111-11
'l'1111 R11w: li. I':!'K11l11I, I.. 'I'i111111pf1111, ,1. Ols1111, AI, II4l1Ill, Y. I,:11111'1111, K. Nll1llIlL1, li. N1cCa1'111y, D. Maas. .
11-111111 R11w: -I'. xl111111s1111, IJ. N1-151111. 12. U11511111. 111. R1-i11s1z111, A. R11111, Ii. I,:11's1111, IJ. XV1'if .
'l'11ir1l R11w: A. Sw-11111, M. '1'11111x1111, V. S1111'ks1z111, R. Ulsn, Ii. AYri1.g11t, M. Nclsun, IC. 'I111111s1111, J. Yingum,
4111 R11w: I', ll41:1111I, IC. XY11111f, I.. U11I:11111, A. 51111111-. BI. K1-11e11cr, A. OIS1111, 17. Ruin, H, N1-svig, R.
14111111111 R11w: 11. S11c1'51:111, IXI. R11111-111. M. N111'11i11g, li, S1-:11111111s1111, A, Nc1s1111, IJ. LEISIIILIII, M. AViI11ams,
Top Row: J. Iivenson. I.. Lee, ll. J. Johnson, li, Helmke, L. Barber, IJ. Champney, E. Jacobson, E. John-
son, Nl. joltnson, ill. Neilson, l.. xlzienlrsfni.
Second Row: F. Holtan, E. hlordalen, B, Bjerke, H. Benson, R. Burnll, R, A. Holtan, S. Fladen, I. As-
1Jl'I'llt'l!Il, M. Lung.
Third Row: A Lien, A. Grothaus, lf. Berg, IJ, Harrison, B. liougan, li. llougan, H. Feggestad, L. Kjcrnes,
K. Hanson, li. hloranger, K. llardwick.
Fourth Row: F. Jnlinson, l.. G. Iverson, A, Bundeliagen, E. lirdahl, M. Elliekson, lf. Anderson, D. I.
johnson, M. lipgleson, ll. johnson, D. Kletstad, M. Drotning.
Bottom Row: T. Hyland, R. Anderson, li. Listug, Ii, Almond, C. jolinson, R. Foss, li. Helgestad, ll. Lacy,
A. Klitzman, V. jerdee. Y. Grefsheini.
Nov. 8: The girls and l have decided not to frequent Klonglands nightly. VVe're not
any more important than the furniture to the lads. VVhat did someone say about "Absence
makes the 'heart grow fonder?"
Lorraine Lee claimed the distinction of being the only student to faint as a result of
the skin tests for tuberculosis.
Nov. 9: VVe've spent a bad day worrying about what our parents would discover
while visiting school tonight. L'onnie and Dorothy, who were supposed to serve at Par-
ent's Night, decided the lure of Fletcher llenderson was too great, and embarked on the
train for the capital city.
Nov. 10: Betty Cass, columnist for the NVisconsin State Journal, gave a short talk in
Nov. ll: The American Legion presented the Armistice program with Mr. Duffield
The A Cappella was enroute from the Central grade when taps was sounded so they
faced east midway between the buildings.
Nov. 14: lt was a big week-end for Mary. Dick came down and monopolized the
greater share of it.
Top Row: F. Myhre, A. 'l'liu1'p, A. Zajaezelc, H. S-ruth, Y, Radecke. N. Sandven.
St-gtnnl Ruwi R. Specs, Al. 'l'lii-inpsoii, -I. Quinn. ll. Quale. T Rnstznl, ml. Nelson.
Third Row: A. Specs, A. Sliowers, K. Serersmi, M. Reinstall, A. Lunde, IJ. Sunne, R. Nichols.
I"t.ni'tli Row: M, 'I'aylor. S. Svenm, A. Udland, Z. Montague, R. Parish. tl. Sivertsen, K. McCarthy, HI.
Bottnni Row: ll. R-wang, ti. Seversini, Ii. Skolas, I.. Yeium, Xl. Rein, A, Peterson, M. Martin, RI. Oster-
held, M. Sperslad.
I4-1: Rim, fi. lxrilzilil, lx. Niihiml, Xl. ll. lxlvlxtgul, fi. Kim-Ismiii, lx, l,1u's-ni, l.. llwiiipx-iii, l'.. XX-null, ll. lil
lamnl. R. liiillicks-ui, H, li. .XlulL'iw:iii, 11. ll. .Xiisln-iwiiii.
Ntclwlul Ruw: lf, lfu-ilwuil. ll. XYi'iglil. Nl. Kiwanis-l', li. Nlzmx, Nl, Ruiiixlinl, l. l.11u-l, hl. lliuiislrlihgrii. Xl,
lla-Inf.-iii, ll. lim-iii, ll. lliixu-ii. ll. Nnwvig. vl, lliigiv.
'lliirnl Ruwi Xl. lliuu-ui, Xl. XYilli:uiia. Xl. NL-lwrii. li. ll. ,luliiw-ni, li. lln-ggvslziil. ll. lhfiilivt, N. l'm-vllliuiii,
ll, lxvivuii. .X. Ngnlnlc. l.. Uillzuul. ll, Spa-iwtzul.
ll-rltwili liwvwf ll. ,xllSNt', .X. xll'lillI'lllj', Nl. liuiirixl, Xl. N1-ruling, l'. Stiwluhul, lf, lfzisliiixiii, l'. R.ipi1, .X,
Nm-Ishii, l". N4-ltum. ll. lllzirlxm-5. .X, lin-.L ll. lfxn-lx.i11,
Nov. 15: Mr. ,Imam-ii L'vlvlii'ulwl QP? hix hirthxlxiy hy liucuiiiiiig Ihr victim ul' ll vhciiiis-
try cxplwaimi. lh- spa-111 lhv ra-iiiuiiului' wif thc :lay swzmlliul in Iizimlugca :mal wczu'iiig dark
Nov. 16: .Xlllimigli hu was liziiiclicalppcml hy hlimliicss, Mr. lX'l1iii'l1z1gcii'5 cliuurliiiliiusx
:uul guml liuiiun' iiizulu him lilllllllill' with his lllllllk'llCL'. llis lll'UgI'2llll was uiiiitliui' wi thi'
stzmip lmiik alltrzictiuiis.
Nov. 17: XXX' saw thc iiiuvic. "hi thc Yzillvy uf thc liizuitwf' tmiilziy. Thx- su-lin-U' wus
siipcrh--llic acting iiiccliwcrc.
Nov. 18: ,X grmip ul' fmiruiiwic znfpirzuits :ilu-iiilul thc XYlSL'HIlYlII lfwrviisia' liistitulc
iii Mmlisiiii liiilziy, Thu girls :mal I fiilicrcrl fruiii :ui cxtrciiic also uf iiifvriurity cuiiiiilcx
ilur tw thc- iwi'I1-ctly uiriiwl -mt cw-mls wc gliiiiiisvcl xirmiml the cniiipiis,
NVQ cwiilmlift llllilgillk' what Douglas 'haul ilmic with thu :ipplc ciclvr lwfwn- hc :ll-
lviiilul thc cliurcli siippui'-limit wa' haul iilcas.
NVQ' mm' thc in-11 rally for thc Miiim-siilu-XYiscmisiii gxunc im lhc luwcl' cziiiipiis.
Swim- ciitluixizutic rfuitvr clippul thc fuutliur -ill lfstlin-VR hut,
Nov. Zl: Slmiglilmi mitplnycsl Mwniticcllw Z0-ZZ twilight in thi- tint hzlslfctlmll gauiiu,
lfrh Nj'llIll.fL'Il sliwwwl sigm nf his lust j'L'2lI"S iiizirksiiiauisliip hy wcmiiig' lf iluiilli
Hn-imc llauis-iii fliwiwcrcil swiiic ziltralclivc girls in thu Muiiticcllw cwvwfl.
'11 ln Rim: Xl. 'l'liuiiipsr,ii. l. l"m-ggwlziil, lf, juliiisuii. Xl. Rv,-in, lf. .Xlnlm-isiiii, R. lliiltzm. A. lfiixs, lf. Y:i.ul:' '
l.. Xl. lxurfuii, ll. l'ick:u'ls ill. Nwrstzul. Xl. SIIIIU, X. 4:11-Ifliriiii. K. l--islvv.
Sur-mil Huw: R. lhirull, ll. I.:u'y, Il. Dlulinsmi, IS. lljcrkc, A. lic-mleliugcii, li. Xlcl':u'tl1y. A. Zzijzwm-li, .X
'l'liwrpm'. 'l'. Riistzul, Xl, Kiltlcsmi. Nl, Nygxmul l.. Yu-iuili. .X. Klvvmi.
'l'lmil Row: lf. llelplvstiul, ll, ll:n'rimui1, R. llnvli, lf. X'lL'lilll1I, .X. Ya-iiiin. Nl. Ya-iuiii, ll, 'l':iylzu'. lf, llnugiiii
l., Wxilling. Il. Suimc, Rl. 'I'li-uiipsiui, Nl. Rm-instxul.
liwlluinl Huw: Z. Xlriiitalgiiu, Nl, Nlnrtin, R. .Xiinlci'smi. I. Vvlty, lf. All-i'ritl. V. Suvz-iwmi. Nl. Niulxiuii, lf
l.iqiip:, rl. .Xqvui'lin'illi. l. I.:-r. S. l"l:ulcii, K'. vluliiiwiiii, .L l'L'l1-iwuii, Il. l, Uliilinmm.
'l'-ip Huw: .X. Shifts, IC. .Xmlt-rsim, lf. l.. julinscm, J, Asp:-1'liciiii, R. liurull, F. llulttvn, M. Lung.
St-uiml R-iw: ,I, Iltigic, .X. Zzzizit-xc-lc. .X. l't-tcrstm, Nl. lfllicksini, M. 'Flu-iiiipsiixi, li. Amhlc, B. Grefsheim.
'I'h1i'nl Huw: ll, Nt-svig. K. l.ilmlc. l.. li, lx'm'snn1, R. Fuss, l,. l,L-in, ll. Klt-fsmd, M, Rein,
lifvttmii Huw: l. l't-mga-stzul, ll. lh-iismi, ll. Rmnig, M. Ostcrhcltl, tl. ht-x'ursi,ui, l'.. Llstug, U. Lacy, 12. lel-
gvsliul, lf. .Xmlt-rsum.
Nov. 22: 'l'wiw lucky girls hull tlzittfs ziftur the gamut- lust night: Marion Thompson
with ht-r ht-ru Smith, :mil lictty Wlriglit with .'X1'iiolml Svcum.
' Nov. 23: 'llhc Mzulistiii QltJllCL'l'l Orclicstrzi ciitcrtziiiiccl in assuiubly. ,
l Vvlllltfllll Pratt, in at lmrry tw mziil it lcttcr. rushccl tu thc tltjtll' of thc ultl ptast-utlicc
' V :tml tricil it st-vvrznl timcs ln-ltiru hc miticctl his mistnkc.
ii it Nov. 28: Thu iicw sldlilt-iliilt' cuiilusctl at number of thc sttlclclits. Bud zmtl Chuck ar-
H uf rivt-il lit-limi tht- stroke ul t-ight. tbmiit-tliiiig mmsuzil for thcm umlcr thc loriucr schcclulcj
R Nov. 29: Stmiglitini wuii il mit--malt-tl tilt frtmm Mt. llurulx tumght. NVc're zmxinus
1 fur swim' rt-:il cuiiiputilimi lu su' xyhznt thc htmys Cllll rcztlly mln.
Nov. 30: 'l'hv Sturlt-int cmilicil rtfsuiiit-tl thmr llllllL'SAllS muriittirs in zlsscmhly. 'l'hcy
will lizlvt' wniiplt-tv clizirgt- ul ztsscmlmlit-s tht- rcmziimlcr ul tht- your.
Dec. l: Um' grunt big husky limtlizill zithlutcs wcrc givcn thcir luttcrs hy Mr. .lt-nscn
tomlzly. N'N':igc1's we-rv flying :is tu limi' lung thcy'll ku-p them.
tllpitl son-ms tu hc llivwriiig thu llIlfl0l't'l2lSS girls. This timc hc cliil wwmlcrs for Mur-
l.ffll't'l llzmsmi in gt-tting tirzmt Qmll vt-ry, very iiitcrcstul. P
Dec. 2: The lli-Y spuiiswrt-ml at iiickclmlcmi tlzmcc Cwhich Mr. Kvummu misinter-
pn-tul :ls :L luiicliutni flziliccl ztltcr nur victriry uvcr llc-luvzm. tlniiiiv scurctl 21 hit with a
nit-iiiht-r mi thc tt-um whu ruiiiztiiticxllly Crtmssctl his hczirt whcii hc saw 'hcr as hc lclt thc
givin. A , . . . . . .
Thu canst mil thc luiimr tlztss Play wltlit-sst-ml their play at tcutml High ttblllgllf.
i 5. , .
1 5 vlillll Row: ,l. llnle. Nl. 'l'lumismi, lf. Alnst-risky, llf. livcrsini, R. lxvitlc. R. Nyliagcn, C. lllZH'1l1'l,
fi 5' Tliirrl Huw: l.. lu-1's-ni, ll. lluiisfni, IJ, .Xmlt-rs-ni. XY. l"ui'st-tli, N. I.. Ols-ni, M. S. Olsmi, J. XYilli:xms, R.
Q X Ulliwlzilll.
' l Sm-mill Rnivi Y, Smith, lb. l'im'cll, ll. Sli-ttum. .X. Nesvig, ll. l'hillips, S. Qurim, M. 'l'lmrs-ui, R. Swiiigcn.
Ki lluttum Ruw: XY. Osh-rlin-lil, ll. lfgglt-slain, R. Smith, R, l., llzmsim. O. Klmiglaiml, Y. lrzntl, N. Amlers-in
-, i j. Kvsilhvim.
Top Row: M. Osterheld, A. Peterson, J. Hale, R. Pederson, nl. NVilliams.
Second Row: G, Guelson, M. Nielson, R. Hansen, D. Powell, G. XYoltt, A. lfliason.
Bottom Row: G. Anderson, IJ. Christiansen, A. liverson, R. Ausse, T. 'IUlll!SUl1, A, Sveum, R. Vlaus.
Dec. 5: Elliot James presented a demonstration on liquid air. The numerous explo-
sions woke the few uninterested spectators who were peacetully dozmg so that at the
encl ot the program everyone was wide awake.
Dec. 65. t'arolyn's two heart t'hrobs, lfrb and VVz1yne, surprised her with at charming
birthday gilt today. Of course, the two bashful. but big-hearted Rtlllleos deny any con-
nection with the gift.
The Seniors and Sophoniores struggled through an l.Q. test today.
Dec. 7: Mrs, Thetla lfVitt, proprietor of a local beauty shop, discussed :ill forms of
make up with the Philo girls tonight. The glamorous personalities that will begin popping
up tomorrow will undoubtedly be flue to this.
Dec. 8: ln the Junior Class play, t'hub Martini played the part of a victim of a ton-
silectomy. just betore the play, he Caine down with a sore throat.
Dec. 9: Mrs. Thompson and her study hull received a shock this morning when the
bell began to ring with no one pushing the button. Mr. Hill soon discovered the cause-
zi. broom resting on the wires. A talented group of Juniors presented "Growing Pains"
Dec. 12: Barbara Bowen went "duck" hunting and what's more, she caught her game.
Dec. 13: The positively putritl smell waiting its way from the vicinity of the Sopho-
niores today was merely the pungent odor of the cheap perfume that Bob Claus and tiene
Hanson very generously applied to all their pals.
Top Row: Mr. Yandrell, ll, Onsrud, M. Johnson, R. Offerdahl, R. Outhouse.
Second Row: G, Stenjem. H. llzilxersoiir, lf. Halverson, F. Sperle.
Bottom Row: li. Skaar, Y. Sundt, lf. Gunsolus, S. Ronied, A. Snntlt.
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Top Row: P. Christopher, S. Martin, H. Benson, M. johnson.
Second Row: E. Everson, M. Thorson, R. Nyhagen, R. Kvitle.
Thirfl Row: G. Frei, R. Busch, C. Decker, R. Smith.
Fourth Row: N. S. Olson, R. Hanson, N, L. Olson, R, Gunderson.
Bottom Row: Anderson and O. Ff7l'f01l, mgrs.g K. Johnson, C. johnson, D. J. Anderson
BASKETBALL ATHLETIC BOARD
Stu wuglitl in
Tnp Row: Mr. Klyrick, ll. lliwch, Furtrm.
Si-Qniirl Row: Olson, Martin, liYl'l'SOIl, Arnesnn.
Ihlttmn lfrvwl R. Busch, Kvitle, Nylmgvn, Smith,
------35 lXlUlll'U0 ........ 14 Stouglitcm ...... 25 Monrm- ....L.. -Zl
- ..... 30 VVis. lligh ...... 20 Stsvugliton ...... 41 VViS. High ...... 37
------29 NV:1tL-rtfvwn -----33 Stouglitim------25 NVz1tQrtown -----28
------.53 Ft. Atkinson ----ZZ Stouglitcm------4-l Ft. Atkinson ----Z7
W Erlgcrtrm ....... 29 Stoliglltwn ...... 35 lfclgcrton - -.... -32
Stoughton District Tournament
.57 l2V2lllSVlllC ...... 30 Stuilglltml ...... 46 VVis. High .....H 27
Stmiglitrm .........,.. 20 Platteville ..,............. 17
------3.5 xVIllCYll3NX'll -----35 Stoughtmi------20 Spring Valley --26
Stmiglitmi ...... 25 Laclysmitli -- ---ZZ
Z0 Monticello ------ ZZ Stoughtuii -----. 27 School for Deaf 24
------34 Mt. Horvh -----ll Stoughton------20 NNV. Col. Props 16
Stmightun ------ Z0 XVaupun ----.-.- 17
------ ll Bziraboo --------13 Sto11gl1tm1------ 0 VVis. High ------Z0
------ ll Ft. Atkinsun ---- 8 Sitllljllllllll------l5 Nlniiruc --- ----l-1
------ U xVllll'TlI1VVlI -----Z1 Strmgl1tm1------ 0 liilgcrtmi -------Z0
Tup Row: Hr. Jensen, Mr. Myrick, H, Benson, Mr. BlL'l'll'lC'S-
Botunn Row: Al. Hale, M. Thompson, D. Rein, C. Frei.
Robert Busch '40,
was one of the abilest
guards in the confer-
ence. Dribbling was
Paul Christopher '39,
could be counted on
for a. brilliant fioor
ganle. His place will
be hard to fill.
Robert Nyhagen '39,
tw i c e conference
was the mainspring
of our offense play.
He was truly a fine
Eder Everson,Jr. '39,
was the tallest man
on the team. His ex-
cellent defense work
kept down our op-
Norman L. Olson '40,
although a reserve
this year, showed real
ability, and will be a
valuable man next
Robert Smith '39,
was speed personi-
fied, and no one sur-
passed him in Fight-
Ralph Kvitle ,40,
developed a great
style of play this
year and he should
be a key man next
Sammy Martin '41,
although only a
great promise this
season. He will be
back for two more
Trip Rnw: R. Kxitle. R. Verleretmn.
Sc-ernnl Row: Xlr. Hives, Il. Hailey, R, Plains.
Tlfvttnni Rnw: Y. l'r:ttt, ,l, llanlfs, 0. Klrmglniitl. l'. I.:1iwn.
Dec. 14: t'untinning nur winning streak we wtin frmn xxlilllllllll lust night .27-l'J, .X
nttmher nl exeitetl grade sehruml kitls pzittetl the hilek nf lfrlfs heml chiring a time-ont pe-
riml. lt was pussilmly the ztrlfirsttioii heing expresserl tn il tleztr :intl intiinzite frienrl.
Dec. IS: President Dykstra: was the guest speaker fm' the zninnztl ftmtliall hnmptet.
The hztnqttet itself wsu helcl :tt the hotel. while the pnhlic was invitecl tn hear Dykstra ni
the high selirml ziweinhly the latter half of the evening.
The .-X lltppellzi, which wus stztnrling in the hull, ehintetl in on the cheers ll ininnte trvn
latte :tnfl sn were hehinfl nn ezieh cheer.
Dec. 16: The Ili-Y spniiwrerl the pep meeting for the Monroe gnnie nur tirst ineet-
ing with zu ernifert-nee tezun. lfviflently mir pep helperl :ms the hfiys rulletl np Il 35-l-l senre
in wnr favrir.
The tezun nieinhers, it is Arepnrtetl, trunk tip where they left ot? with their Mnnrne rn-
inzmees. lllll iniglity thzlnktul l had Bnteh safely with ine ut the "Great XYaltz." Theie
Munrue sirens :1ren't tu he trnstetll
Dec. 19: The Snph hwys halve tnrnetl the sentii-nents of l'llI'lSllllZlS Lfurnliiig intn Il
innney inukinp: prppnsititm. They hzul Il gnntl "rake-in" last night, In qnnte the younger
Tnp Ruw: R. Smith, if lleekcr, R. Nyhagen, li. liversun, l'. l'rnsse, Mr, Netterhlatl.
Thirnl Row: M. Rein, M. Ibrutning, A. Petersuii, H. Phillips, -I llnwen, j. XVilli:uns ll. Egglestni,
Secnntl Row: Bl. lillieksn, ll. Jnliiismi, Nl. ligglesmt, M, Nielson, li. tinelsnn, ll. I, jolnisnn. C. XYonlf, bl.
llnttnni Row: B. Bowen. N. Klefstzul, ll. Sknlns, J. Asperlieini, IP. Rein, M. XYilli:uns, R. Swingen, J.
Karlslyst, J. Kvalhiem.
Top Row: ,l. Hofstnd, D. Powell, lll. Kittleson,
Seeond Row: ll. Moen, M. lfgglc-son, li. Anderson, V. Pratt.
llottoni Row: .L Spees, R. l.. llanson. A. l'c-terson, M. llc-nsou, Miss xvllllflllli.
Dec: 20: The Christinas Spirit has struck us all. Mr. Netterblad has one of the
most striking displays in town on the front of his house.
A Dec. 21: The lVeSt Side Rytluu hand swung out on a few numbers for us today.
tan t'hey syncopate!
Dec. 22: The A eappella, t'he junior high glee elulm, and a group of' junior high pupils
presented an unpressive pageant today.
Chet t'arter and his rootiu' tootin' ainlmassadors furnished the music for the Hi-Y
christmas dance. Merry fhristinasl
Jan. 9: So sorry to have neglected you for two weeks, Dear Diary, but I have been
so lmusy "holiday1ng," it eouldn't he helped.
Very few people adniit to any New Year'-s resolutions this year. Could it he that
we're all so very, very good or have our consciences lost their hold?
Jan. 10: New Year's Eve will long he reineinhered by my little friend Gene H. as
the night when he discovered "Jean Daggetf' that popular new sophomore.
Jan. ll: The VVoinen's Federation is sponsoring a recreational center Cas per usual
the girls get gyped out of the ping pong tables nightly and must content themselves with
eheckersb. Vaughn Pratt has been slightly puffed up all day because of his ping pong
victory over Owen Klongland, allegedly the best player down there,
Top Row: R. L. Hanson, R. Smith, IC. Eversnn, C. Metzler, H. Benson,
Third Row: D. Powell, H. Feggestad, M. Thompson, M. Drotning, A. Peterson, N. Sandven.
Second Row: L. Lee, D. Suune, I. Nelson, F. Berg, 1. .xS116'I'llClIl1.
Bottom ow: J. Eveuson, S. Sveuni, M. Taylor, E. Frdalll, F. 'l1'IllllSdll,
Jan. 12: The Rev. Jens J. Vander Graff presented an interesting as well as valuable
talk on personalities to the assembly this morning.
Jan. 13: Friday the thirteenth brought a bitter defeat to Stoughton at the hands of
Watertown Ccan it be that we are superstitious?J The Seniors broke the spell however
by sponsoring a dance after the game. The girls enjoyed ourselves even though we were
cloveaed from tip to toes with the shiny powder with which we had previously covered
t e oor.
Jen. 16: An announcement concerning t'he charming little basketballs the Philo girls
are desperately trying to sell began, "If any of you have had your eyes open-." Smith
states that he's had his open all year.
Jen. 17:- On the one day that Miss Hickey failed to trudge the extra block to get an
Anderson's Pharmacy coupon her name was drawn for 3317.50-Such is life!
Jen. 18: As Anna Mae Odland entered Mr. Burnsides room on the morning of the
semester test, she dropped her mirror fit shattered to bitsj-Now she's wondering what
her mark will be.
The Debaters report that Mr. Moes -became immensely excited when he spotted the
"Bonnie Bee Food Mart" in Beloit. I don't get the connection. Perhaps I can depend
upon Mr. Moes to enlighten me.
Jen. 19: Miss Sands told us of her experiences in the "Youth Hostels in Germany"
We had another of our original and typical cracker and pickle lunches today and dis-
posed of the surplus crumbs into desks or people's faces. CGood kidsll Mr. Thornberg
and Wayne bore the brunt of foul play.
Jan. 20: Can't keep us down long-we beat Fort 32-22. Connie was in Seventh
heaven. Her old friend, Turner, came over. The G,A.A. sponsored the dance.
Jan. 23: Mr. Moes' and Dorraine's birthday. I l1aven't discovered how the former
celebrated, but we gave Dorraine a big party. After an unsuccessful attempt at bob-
sledding, we retired to the Johnson's for large scale eating.
Jan. 24: After much deliberation, we have decided on "Swing and Sway in Chubs
Chevrolet" as our theme song.
Miss Wade entertained the Girl Reserves with several declamations.
- Jen. 26: Mr. Russel Roogerhycle, archery champion for five years, gave a demonstra-
tion in the gym. Dots Lacy was much concerned for 'his welfare during several very
daring feats with the bow and arrow.
Jen. 27: Edgerton showed us the way by defeating us 29-19. Oh well, it only hap-
pens once in tive years! C111 their easel.
Jah. 30: Mr. Burnside after correcting the history tests has dedicated the following
poem to the Junior Class.
And never hurry,
Jen. 31: The Senior Boys are having their chance to pick us apart now. The cook-
ingrclass will spend its first few weeks under Miss Salzmann discussing t'he attributes of
a. well rounded social life.
Feb. 1: Miss Salzmann came to our rescue with a few timely hints for our personal
appearance at Philo.
Feb. 2: After we heard last night that the "men" around school disapprove of some
of our costumes we decided to scout around and take a look at their examples of perfect
taste. We found Call on the same member of the speciesj nine different colors, none of
Feb. 3: The Cheesemakers wore the tatters of defeat as we trounced them 25-21.
The Sophomore Shuffle drew a good crowd. Mary Jane Anderson, an old Stotonite,
was among us again.
Feb. 6: When Archie Hove misinterpreted thc announcement to read, "All girls in-
terested in basketball meet in gym at 12:20 tonight" we decided the girls merely wanted a
taste of night life.
Feb. 7: Ahal Al "Senator" Eliason is interested in something other than politics-
and who should it be but Ruth Olson.
Feb. 8: The Girl Reserves beat the calendar by staging their Valentine Party one
week early. Those little candy hearts were so good they had the power of making us
forget the very existence of calories-weren't they, Marjorianne?
Feb. 9: Mr. Jensen was genial master of ceremonies for the Physics quiz in assembly
today. ,Ann Spees, Jim Bowen, and Sena Fladen walked off wtih the valuable prizes Cin
Feb. 10: The teachers skidded to Madison for the Teachers' Convention. The Wis.
High game was postponed, however.
Feb. 13: Dr. Fryden showed us the films he had taken in Africa at the Badger, lec-
turing meanwhile. Those native musicians almost made us "truck on down" the aisles.
Feb. 14: The Frosh Cevidently the only sentamentalists left among usJ,presented
each teacher with a corsage today. I got a few of the nasty variety of valentines that
will remain out of sight until I get even-and I willl
Wisconsin High lost the postponed game, 41-37.
Feb. 15: Caroline entertained a few of the elite at a birthday party with all the
trimmin's. Prominent couples present were Carolyn and Wilmer, B'qb Claus and Connie.
Feb. 16: A Yugoslavian musical group entertained-we got a kick out of the vi-
vacious little girl at the piano.
" 4 :HK
Feb. 17: The G.A.A. held another play night for those who couldn't get to the Water-
town game. By the way, the last few seconds spelled defeat for us, as we lost 28-25. At
the dance afterward fmust remember to speak to member of Hi-Y about it-in other
towns the mckelodeon dances cost one niekelj we were fascinated by the lame-duck step
which they all used.
Feb.' 20: Did I curse my alarm clock this morning! I't seemed as though I was up
at sun rise-Eight o'clock schedules aren't for the likes of me!
Feb.. 21: Roundy, who spoke at a local father and son banquet, predicts success for
Bob Smith. He failed to specify whether with women, business, etc.
Feb. 22:. Prof. Hicks of the University of' Wisconsin disclosed a few more or less
personal traits of Washington this morning.
I Because of the "vacation" we embarked for Madison in the "Quam Taxi." Connie
is waiting Cnone too patientlyj for t'he tournament. It appears that she is quite inter-
ested in a chap who plays with Wis. High.
Feb. 23-: The band appeared in assembly-"Ozzie" really does things to those drums.
We enJoyed "Stand Up and Fight"-in fact, we can't decide which we enjoyed the
most-the red licorice, Robert Taylor, French bread. reduced rates, or the ginger ale.
Feb. 24: Gene I-Ianson's Rythm Rascals held their first "swing session" today. They
play their three pieces wit'h the rhythm their name suggests. They even raked in a tidy
sum from the free will contribution Cl8c and a poker chip to be exactj.
Myrick eouldn't accompany the team to Fort due to flu so they brought him a victory.
Feb. 27: I still can't believe it, but obviously it's true. The senior girls threw a din-
ner party at Mae's and the feud is over-or is it? ? ?
Feb. 28: The last eliminations have been held for forensics and the contestants are
now orating. declaiming, reading, and speaking in dead earnest.
March 1: March came in with all the bluster of a ferocious lion--along with it came
news of tlhe selection of prom committees. fButch is definitely taking his time about
asking me-maybe we aren't going steady? l? D
March Z: A quiz program with teachers answering Meredith Thompson's questions
was tlge attraction for the assembly program today. Miss Williams won first, Mr. Moes
March 3: George Elias spoke on Turkey in assembly this morning.
To provide pep for the game with Edgerton, tonight a short pep meeting was held
in the gym. An alumnus, Richard Larson, spoke. . l ' i
With Nyhagen winning the individual scoring title and breaking the individual scor-
ing record, we won over Edgerton 35-32.
March 6: Ralph Pederson and Richard Jasensky sponsored a dance down town
after the game Friday night. CRalph refuses to disclose the proceedsj I noticed Red
Kvitle and Millie Ellickson among the couples.
March 7: Dale H: "Forty Miles of Romance was a part of the Rhine River."
Mr. Kvamme: "You're sure it isn't a road out in the country?"
March 8: We spend an afternoon every week in .the music room industriously prac-
ticing swinging our golf clubs. CThe main purpose is probably to insure less hacking
when we finally get out to the Country Clubj Some really fine blisters have already been
March 9: With the first night of t'he tournament, came victory for Stoton over
Evansville. Wisconsin High nosed out Monroe. Donald Anderson discovered that a very
dear acquaintance of the past summer was in the ranks of the Evansville cheer leaders.
We plagued George Mucks when he played and at the dance the Wis. High boys
turned the tables and cut in on us 10 strong.
March 13: The school saw "Gunga Din" this afternoon. .
Willie Furset'h received the usual fpaddlesj punishment at H1-Y after he had been
sailing paper airplanes.
A March 14: The big heroes in school are learning the culinary arts and meanwhile
manage to look too, too fetching in cooking gear.
March 15: Dr. Schoenbeck talked to the Philo girls on health habits that lead to
success and happiness.
March 16: The sophomores won four firsts in the forensic contest: t'hose winning
are: Thelma Johnson, Bob Claus. Ruth Ausse, and Al Eliason. Gertrude Anderson upheld
the honors for the freshmen. The upper classmen? Well ...... I
March 17: All the loyal supporters of the team left at noon for Platteville. We
early birds weren't around when they finally trekked back home after the thrilling win
over Platteville which means our participation in the state tournament.
March 20: Connie celebrated her birthday in grandlstyle with a big dinner party-
cards and tiddly-winks occupied the guests for the remainder of the evening.
The lads you see pushing brooms around school are merely victims of spring fever.
Mu-eh 21: Edor, who attended the birthday party, evidently "et" too much because
today he submitted to an appendectomy. I . l .
Watertown blasted our hopes of the class B championship by scoring a 35-33 victory
over our boys at the field house.
March 22: Mary, Marian, Dorraine, Arldean, and I developed a friendship with the
ticket taker at the tournament thatlpaid us well. We got in free."on our looks." Stough-
snhfights for the class B consolation honors as a result of tihelr 29-26 win over Spring
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March 23: We had an "extra special" schedule today Cwe got out at 1:00-no lunchl
so that we could see Stoughton clinch the consolation honors by defeating Ladysmith
25-22. Some of the lads who went up in Klongland's Chicken Racer decided to stay up
for the evening and because of their financial condition ate a somewhat slim lunch of a
banana, a sandwic'h, two cookies, and a cake of yeast. C6 of 'em.J
March 24: Our bunch certainly felt like the "queens" that we've been nicknamed
when we came to school with clusters of fresh jonquils in our hair.
Lovely country roads are luring a good share of the "young couples" out bike riding
these spring evenings.
March 27: Bob Lynch won the Fightinest fighter trophy when he won from Stanley
Iasensky at the annual boxing tourney tonight. Other fighters, winners mentioned first
were: Moe, Bruheimg Linderud, Barry, Anderson, Danksg Moen, Johnsong Hull, Sveum,
Aaberg, Seamonsong Smithback, Hoffg Eastman, Strandlieg Lynch, Jasenskyg Nelson,
Stokkeg Hanson, Juveg Thorsen, Barlow, Bryant, Fellandg Christopher, Offerdahl.
March 28: The Luther College Quartet sang and played for us in assembly today.
One of Mr. Kvamme's former pupils stayed at Kvamme's home and appeared in the band
concert held in the gym tonight. Happy Easter!
n April 10: After eating my "fill" of Easter goodies, attending as many parties and
hikes as possible, and seeing scads of new clothes on the local belles I'm back to the more
or less common place school going.
April ll: Mae has been getting the last word all day because "Porky" lost his ton-
sils this past week-end.
April 12: .Miss Waller gave us some pointers on boys, dates, etc., at the Girl Rc-
serve bull session tonight.
April'lIl: The Milton College Glee Club entertained in assembly. Their act in cos-
tume depictmg a schoolroom "brought down t'he house." I
April 14: The Hi-Y staged their widely-publicized Spring Dance. The punch, served
from a crepe paper bedecked tree, was really sumpinll I think J. I. Williams should let
us all in on the secret of successful punch. .
April 17: All these sophisticated and a trifle condescending young people around
school are merely alumni who are on vacation from their various schools.
April 18: Thelma Johnson and El Eliason placed Hrst and third respectively in the
league forensic contest at Delavan yesterday.
April 19: We sang 'happy birthday to Elizabeth Anderson in assembly.
A Lawrence College representative spoke to the seniors today.
April 20: Mr. Myrick, without his usual poem, gave out the basketball letters today.
Ralph made an unexpected and amusing appearance on the stage at the Senior Class
Play Matinee today. He rushed across to obtain something, forgetting about the audi-
ence out front.
April 21: The Madison Business College Glee Club sang during assembly today.
Art Sveum, S.H.S. '37, announced the numbers.
The girls in the Senior Play spent the greater share of the afternoon in the local
beauty shops "getting primped" for the big event.
April 24: Dorothy lost her class ring on the Weiner roast tonight and Ward and she
are going to search for it by aid of flashlights tomorrow night.
April 25: The Rev. J. J. YanderGraff chose as his subject "Boy and Girl Relation-
ships" when he spoke to the Hi-Y tonight.
April 26: Josephine Nelson was elected president of Girl Reserves. All of us seniors
are beginning to feel just a little sad at the thought of leaving all of our favorite or-
April 27: "Gratitude" was the name of the play Betty Lynch, Doris Holtan, Jean
Hanson, Janet Bondehagen, and Gladys Brekken gave in assembly today.
April 28: "Dots" Lacy was introduced as 'his queen by Meredith Thomson at the
annual Philo Pre Prom Dance. Unique decorations covered up the fact that the orchestra
wasn't what it was "cracked up to be."
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May l: All the little "apple-polishers" tripped up to teacher's door with Hower laden
May-baskets. CAI! kidding aside, I miss those days.J
May 2: Every duty falls before the lure of golf these spring days. Among the hordes
of would-be golfers was the "little lady" who played the first two holes with 'her putter.
May 3: The Girl Reserves were hostesses to their mothers at the annual Mothers
and Daughters party.
The dishwashers worked until all hours and then some "cruel" boys carried away
the ice cream we had thoughtfully set aside for a midnight snack.
May 4: Home Talent Show-Rumors are that some of our masculine pedagogues
are modeling the latest ideas in women's wear-I'm going to be there tonight-Seeing is
May 5: In accordance with National Music Week the band presented its last con-
May 8: Duane Powell made his appearance minus his front teeth. He hasn't even
tried to tell us he bumped into a door.
May ll: The A Cappella made its appearance over WHA today.
May 12: Hawaiian palms, hula dancers, flower leis, and a huge moon made a roman-
tic setting for the Junior Prom. Meredith and Dorot'hy led the grand march to the tempo
of Bob Arden.
May 20: Mr. Thornburg's Social Problems classes traveled to Waupun today. The
Legiarkable thing was the fact that everyone that went returned. We must all be "good"
May 26: Stoughton was host to visiting bands and choirs in its first music festival
this afternoon and evening.
June 5: Sunday we went to the Baccalaureate services. Rev. Nesvig gave the ser-
mon and our A Cappella choir sang. It was an impressive ceremony and the greater
share of the seniors were "misty-eyed."
June 8: Green grass and fine band music made a very beautiful and different setting
for our graduation exercises on the Athletic Field. The main address was given by Rev.
Axel Pearson of Moline, Ill., who gave the talk "How Much Are You Worth?" A mixed
chorus sang, and Valedi-ctorians Lenore Barber and Robert Lee Hanson, and Salutator-
ian James Hale gave their addresses. After the graduating class sang "Alma Mater" t'he
diplomas were presented.
June 9: Now that it's all over I'm reading my Yahara. Itis interesting to see what
the past year held. I wouldn't give it up for anything. More power to next year's senior
class. Here's to bigger and better things.
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Stoughton has finally become a city of national importance, so muc'l1 so, that Stough-
ton's Chamber of Commerce has decided to hold a World's Fair to end all World Fairs.
This project was started in 1968 and opened May 12th of this year, 1970. We -find mem-
bers of the class of 1939 very much in evidence at the fair.
What's,this? Donald J. Anderson, the physics shark, is displaying his amazing
theory on perpetual motion to a group of awe inspired friends. Something seems to have
gone wrong! The motion has come to a complete and final stop! Donald pushed the
machine to the ground and is stamping all over it! What a temper! What a man!!
Oh, Oh! Here's a lemonade stand! Just what we need. Why, Norris Anderson is
the man behind the counter! Norris, by the way, when not drinking his concoction which
he calls lemonade, is Lord High Wielder of the Broom, and also Stage Manager for the
Little Theater Group which Mary Drotning, Mildred Ellickson and Irene Feggestad are
running at the Fair. They are presenting an original play entitled "Love Always Finds
the Way" or "Down the Primrose Pathf, My! My! What they don't think of! Jean-
nette Asperheim is the business manager for this little concession, and she informs me
that business is hopping right along. She says that Bud Eggleson is their regular cus-
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Doris'C'hampney is sewing buttons on Sidney Berge's coat. I understand that Sid-
ney is giving. lectures on "More Successful Farming" and he talks so long and so loud that
the buttons just keep popping off. '
Ruth Burull, now a registered nurse, takes care of the little tykes while mama
and papa go and enjoy the fair. Well, that's one line of work, but oh, what a line!
Paul Christopher and Edor Everson are reminiscing football with Mr. Myrick. Paul
and Edor have full grown beards. They tell me they originated Myrick's new plays.
.The next little gallery is the glass works, where Marian Thompson is taking tickets
While Sonny Pederson and Bob Smith are blowing fpausej glass.
After being actually blown out into the street, I saw one of Sander Qua1n's Taxies
Incorporated, go by. What Sander used to do in high school days for pleasure he does
for money now! By the bye, they tell me he's worked up quite a business, what with
his hair dyed yellow, and a little yellow mustache.
Rut'h Parish and Aurelia Zajaczek are running the Beauty Parlor of tomorrow and
model the latest hair do's themselves. Aurelia takes care of t'he business angle of this
little enterprise, while Ruth goes about selecting and creating some of the most fan-
tastic styles! Incidentally, Fred Sperle decided that machine shop was a very unprofit-
able business and has taken to Seurealist Art, where Ruth picks up some of the ideas for
David Seamonson, noted aviator, is lending his talents for sky-writing advertisements.
Between times, however, I understand he takes little jaunts over to Edgerton, which
seems to be more of an attraction than t'he Fair-to him!
Ann Spees and Ed Jensen have teamed up and have a little hall called "Science
Speaks-for itself!" I understand that along with the regular exhibition they have
some very entertaining side shows. One of the outstanding features of these is Robert
Sandsmark, the World's Thinnest Stout Man, who is giving lectures on How to Reduce
Without Losing Weight. Robert claims it makes sense.
James Thompson is now the assistant bookkeeper at the Fair. James owes his pres-
ent success to hard work in his course of bookkeeping at Stoughton High School. Miss
Anderson is most proud of James, and says, quote, "I knew james would be a success
some day. He was a brilliant lad, and it's too bad his brilliance didn't show up when he
was in my class!"
Alice Thorpe has taken over the Hotel Kegonsa, now having four thousand rooms,
and is, herself, head waitress.
Milo Thorson, head of the pro-football team, 'has initiated a new system of' calling
plays-that of using Latin. Milo claims that he had so much Latin drilled into him in
high school, that it now comes easier than English.
Hazel Vaade, now runs the World's Fairest Dancing Pavillion. The 'outstanding
feature of the Pavillion is the floor s'how, in which Victor Sundt and Hazel Hit through a
magpie dance. Critics say it is the most original dance ever invented.
Lynn Sveum, noted grouch of Stoton High, is giving his tigers a daily workout. Anna
Mae Showers, his beautiful assistant, takes care of the whips and tickets.
Verle Worth, internationally known violinist, is soloist with the Stoton World's Fair
orchestra. Critics say she is "worth her weight in gold!" '
Grant Quill, saxophone player, has taken over Gene Hanson's orc'hestra and, is play-
ing here after a long period at the Waldorf-Astoria Cocktail Room. Oh yes, Dorothy
Pickarts is vocalist.
Elton Gunsolus, is displaying his little Ford Relic. lt is the only soft-coal burning car
known to be in existence. Elton lovingly calls it, "My Little Packard."
Break it up! Break it up! just some of the girls touring the fair-Lorraine Samp-
son, Thelma Rustad, Margaret Stein, Catherine Severson and Virginia Rierson. You
know, these little campus cuties had offers to join the "Streets of Paris" concession, but
after talking to Mr. Mennes, they decided that it would be best not to, because you see,
they are school-teachers and couldn't stand t'he publicity.
Arldean Peterson is running a lending library. Says Arldean, "Well, I'll tell you!
One meets such interesting and charming people in the literary world of today. I belong
to one of the most select groups w'hich meets once a week. Bye the bye-you should
taste the free lunches! My dear-they're wonderful."
Russell Solheim and Margaret Flister are just finishing their hot dogs. Russell, you
know, has been working with t'hese little capsules where you get all the vitamins neces-
sary in just one little capsule. Russell, however, makes it a practice not to eat them!
Say, George Stenjem! Where are you going with that car? Don't you know there are
no cars allowed here? Oh! Well-that's interesting. George says he heard about Elton
Gunsolus and decided to go into business with him.
Across the way is the "Home-Grown Company Inc." with Virgene Gfrefsheim and
Marian Eggleson as farmerettes. They 'have very rustic calico dresses on and I see Ma-
rian's taken to a corn cob pipe! How time doth change us!
Around this little place of business is a brilliantly lighted theater. Let's see! Oh
Yes! Now I remember! Roger Grefsheim set Arvis Gullickson up in business out in
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Hollywood, and now he has a monopoly on Arvis' pictures. Arvis' newest picture is
called, "Facts and Figures."
For directions of how and where to see this and that, we push up to the nearest in-
formation booth, where we find our long-missing friend, Mike Leslie. They've finally
got him caged up, but they made a severe mistake in putting windows in instead of bars
-remember that night, Lynn?
Erbs has talked his way into the chair of "His Honor the Mayor." We're all sure he
didn't work his way in. It must be nice to have "influence" for is it?J.
A daring, dashing, demon-of-speed is our silent friend Eldon Kravick. The monstrous
new hippodrome, with its boisterous roar of motorcycles, is where you'll Find him, except
on Sundays. He does so love to go to church.
Le Roy Juve is the "white-hope" of the pro-boxing held. Here at the
lenges all "on-comers," and claims that he will "hang on" to the title tif he
Further on we End the grease-ball of auto-mechanics, Bud Gander. He
and manager of the tiny "electric5car" race track. He claims the old urge
control over hnn since Carolyn divorced him. She stated it as "alienation
Too bad, Bud, better luck, next time!!
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is sole owner
In the Silver Crescent Ballroom, we discover Wayne Osterheld still "holding on" in
his fifth day in the jitterbug marathon. This is merely a side-line, though, because we
learn that Wayne is doing all right in squeezing pennies for souvenirs. O'f course, he
always was tight.
All painted up, we see the darkie comedy team of Arnold Nesvig and Carsten Nelson.
The dance creators are giving, for the first time in the world, their own original dance,
"Black Bottom." I
Of course, there's always a chorus of dancers. Oh, good! They're cominggaround
this way-"Hello, stranger." "Wow!l! Why Anne Kleven! And Audrey Khtzman!
My! My! And Harriet Kvisgaardllll This is too much-time out for some music.
"Good evening ladies and gentlemen. You are listening to Rodger Nelson. and his
orchestra, bringing you slow, but sweet melodies. "Music for listening." Our first se-
lection will feature the voices of Thomas J. Eddy, and Zoe MacDonald in "Snug as a
Bug" from the movie of the same name.
On the outside again, we amble over to a hot-dog stand, where Anna Lein greets us
with that familiar smile. As, yes, and Lillian Lien, too, with Mary Long, and Kay Mc-
Carthy! You're doing What? Working your way through college? Well, let's have
another hot dog! More power to you, girls!
In the national 4-H building, we find Elaine Joranger a busy, busy girl. She's been
advanced to Assistant Director of the Home Economics Department. She's really going
places. But not far behind is Merle Martenson. When he's not singing cowboy songs to
the sheep tthey're the only ones that'll listenj he's right along side Elaine helping her
sample the results of 'her home cooking.
Well, what's this? It looks like Klongland's old place! Remember the "Hole?" Boy,
we had some rip-snorting good times in that place. Let's go in and have some uialteds.
Well, hello, Mae Doris! Remember "Stinky?" Gosh, what happened to your hair? It
used to be dark-Owen prefers blondes? Oh, I get it,-anything to please the old man,
eh? Well, we've got to be going. Take care of yourselves.
Once again we go down the streets. Who's that selling balloons? Hi-Robert! Rob-
ert Mortenson, remember him? And that's Korney Richard Kittleson helping him till the
balloons. Oh well, he always was full of hot air. . . . .
Do you hear an airplane? Oh look! Sky-writing! "Mayor Nyhagen Welcomes You !"
Now that's clever. It's Robert OtIerdahl's writing! You could never forget it once you
see it-Roger's his co-pilot, too, we hear. Great fellows, those Offerdahls.
Carroll Kalland and Alvin Kalhagen are partners in the greatest bingo stand ever
built under one cover. They've hired Rosella Lund, Ruth Nicholls, Mabel Nygaard and
Florence Myhre to distribute the cards and collect the pennies. It's a nice racket fel-
lows-if you like it.
But who's the fellow with the lusty voice yelling the numbers? Who? Donald
Onsrud? He must have outgrown the bashful stage-how about it, Don?
And there's Palmer Oren! Running that nasty "Streets of Paris l" Oh, well, he
always had a way with the women-C?J
Orrin Hagen, leo Foss, Mary Long, and Arlene Johnson are keeping up the friend-
ship started in Physics by working side by side in the Building of Scientinc Achievements.
Mary Haugen and Lloyd Jensen also find this a most interesting building-or maybe it's
not the building.
Edmund and Harvey Halvorson, with the aid of Robert Johnson and Maynard Harried.
have opened a "chick" store. They sell live "chicks," each two weeks old, branded with
the emblem of the Fair.
Gazing fondly at the chicks-they must remind 'her of days back at the farm-is Con-
nie Johnson, famed buyer for Bonwit Tellers and smartly attired in the latest fashions,
copied from the 1930's.
The distinguished looking gentleman coming out of the New City Hall is Robert Lee
Hanson, well known writer of the latest novel, "Of Women and Cats," whose name is
given a place in "Who's Who in America."
June Jensen, Elda Haugen, Lorraine Iverson, and Mavis Hanson have a Hamburger
Shoppe. They're doing a rushing business, probably due to their backer, Louis Jergenson.
Their best patrons are the Johnson twins. They started a Johnson Rick-Shaw Service
and they're so busy they have ,to push people around themselves. They've found it neces-
sary to engage two Johnson girls to do the bookkeeping-Dorraine and Frances.
Due to the added attraction of the World's Fair, the road from Edgerton to Stoughton
has been even more crowded than before. Maybe that accounts for that happy look on
Miss Elayne Johnson's face.
Dorothy Johnson is busy running the enlarged Johnson Dairy. She is ably assisted
by Jimmy Hale, who has invented a cowless milking machine. Louis Iverson and Fred
Hanson are having a grand time taking caps oFf the bottles and feeding all the little
"kiddies" while mamma enjoys the Fair.
Emma Hoffman and Grace Hardwick are working in the Information Booth. Rose
Ann Holtan tells everybody where to get off at.
Well, we've just about seen the whole fair now, and most of the class of 1939 too.
Gee, ten years sure did make a difference, didn't it?
A CLASS WILL
Barbara Amble leaves a purple-white satin cheerleader's outfit and a personality smile
to Dorothy Sunne.
Donald J. Anderson leaves the way to Evansville open to Sonny Kvalheim who seems
inclined in that direction.
Norris Anderson leaves Helen Groven and his Hi-Y pin to "Tweet" Forton hoping he will
take the best- care of her.
Jeannette Asperheim leaves a f.ew extra boxes of candy to Jean Quam hoping "Wabba"
Hanson will add to them.
Lenore Barber leaves a bunch of A's to any needy Junior. ,
Sidney Berge leaves his way with the women to Fritz Jasensky.
Ruth Bragstad leaves her typewriter to cool.
Helen Busch leaves the "Big Apple" to Caroline Stockstad to polish w'hen she pleases.
Paul Christopher leaves with Peggy Stein-in a hurry.
Mary Drotning takes her sophistication and Arldean along with her.
Harriette Ehle leaves a bag of oranges for Mr. Thornburg to eat second hour.
Edor Everson wills three inches to Vaughn Pratt and keeps six feet for himself.
Sena Fladen leaves for Stout Institute.
Wilmer Gander leaves with a whoop and a yell. .
Virgene Grefs'heim leaves her faith in men to any youngster who hasn't yet been dis-
Alice Grothaus leaves a hearty laugh or two to Beulah Skolas. '
Mary Haugan and Lloyd Jensen leave a perfect love affair to Millie and Chuck D. to be
carried on according to tradition.
Louie Iverson leaves "Muddie" to any man who ca,n,handle,,,her.
David Seamonson leaves his comb and mirror to Chi who needs them.
Erb Nyhagen llaves "Josie" to Dorothy Lacy on special request.
Mildred Ellickson leaves her calm, cool, reserved manner to Elaine Erdahl.
Doris Champney leaves her high marks, won thru honest labor, to Eleanor Jacobson.
Arvis Gullickson wills her figure to "Mussie" Veum, who'doesn't need it.
Irene Feggestad leaves-it's a dirty shame--she was a good kid.
Ramona Foss leaves an operetta lead to Marjorie Neilson.
Alvin Kalhagen leaves for the farm, what a man!
Florence Myhre leaves Freda Berg a few inches in exchange for a few pounds.
Ruth Nicholls leaves a boy's class ring to Marjorie Kittleson. Ruth says she's had com-
panionship while wearing it.
Mabel Nygaard wills Deerfield and its dances to Margaret Veum. Q .
Ralph Pederson leaves his well worn line and tennis racquet to Benny Bailey to be revived.
Dorothy Pickarts wills a blond lock to Ruthie Anderson-isn't it funny the things people
Sander Quam leaves his chaffeuring job to any other sucker.
Virginia Reierson and Norman Quam leave together too-ain't love grand? . h
Robert Sandsmark leaves a few pounds and a way with the women to Herb. Phillips.
Anna Mae Showers leaves her loud ways to Duane Powell-Duane is getting a lot of
Aline Smithback leaves Willie F. with a broken heart..
Ann Spies leaves Mr. Jenson and Mr. Thornburg to -sister Ruth-nice of 'her, don't you
LeRoy Juve leaves his No. 13 shoes to Duane Powell who's perfectly capable of fidding
Thelma Rustad leaves her lively ways t6 Lorraine Iverson. D
Richard Kittleson leaves his place behind the wheel to any six people who feel in the
mood for an accident.
Ann Kleven and Clara Jerdee leave their ride to Waubesa to Olga Anderson and Geneva
Audrey Klitzman leaves a big hair bow to Mercedes Barber who uses them too.
Myron Leslie leaves a well used broom to Mr. Hill. .
Anna Lien wills her artistic ability to Arlctte Lunde, who says she is badly in need of
Kay McCart'hy graciously wills her ability to hold her man to Esther Anderson.
Mae Martin wills a dynamic personality to Beyerly Grefsheim.
Merle Martinson wills a cozy chair in Social Pfioblems class to anyone who needs some
Eldon Kravick leaves his paper sack to Alvin Stockstad.
Harriet Kvisgaard leaves a pamphlet on temperance to Stoughton's youth. A
Harold Frank leaves the "spade" to Ralph Kvitle. '
Margaret Flister and Russell Solhiem leave together. ,
Arnold Nesvig gives a lot of shrewd Norwegian wit to James Bower.
Harven Benson leaves a boxing medal to Bud Felland who hasn't got his anymore.
Victor Sundt leaves a magnificent physique to Meredith Thompson.
James Thompson leaves his unfinished bookkeeping to Miss Anderson-as if she didn't
have enough to do.
Milo Thgrson leaves his way with the women to Hartwig Anderson-as one good man to
Hazel Vaade leaves for Fort where the grass is always green.
Robert Offerdahl leaves a loud and domineering manner to Dick Stein.
Edmund Halverson leaves a couple of unhatched eggs to Owen Klongland.
Jimmy Hale leaves some brain storm to Clayton Metzler.
Dorothy J. Johnson wills a bit of cooking talent to a needy junior.
Elayne Johnson leaves a much worn German book and a saxaphone to Lorraine Lee.
Kermit Johnson leaves 40 lbs. to Vaughn Pratt-He'll be quite a man next year.
Dorraine Johnson leaves her friendly personality to anyone who wants to win friends
and influence people.
Elwood Johnson leaves without Mary Outhouse-Love is the strangest thing.
Orrin Hagen leaves his quiet, winning ways to Oscar Lund.
Robert Lee Hanson leaves his sense of humor to Chub Martin.
Clara Jerdee leaves a few pounds to Jean Daggett.
Curtis Johnson leaves his dynamic personality to Norman L. Olson.
Dorothy I. Johnson leaves her laughing ways to Nellie Sandven who's good natured, too.
Mary Out'house leaves that "one good night a week" to her brother Ray, just to keep it
in the family.
Fred Sperle wills his boisterous friendliness and ri "Chevie" to anyone that can enjoy
themselves as he did.
Lynn Sveum wills "Dollie" to any mechanic that can keep her in running order.
"Swede" Nelson leaves with memories of many happy hours spent with the broom and
Afureliahzajaczek leaves an impressive record for "Dottie" Klefstad to carry on.
Leo Foss leaves his quiet corner in the Senior Class to Donald Visaas who should be able
to more than fill it.
Lillian Lien leaves a quiet, friendly way to Lois Walling who's friendly, too.
Arldean Peterson leaves wit'h regrets because she knows they'll never be another like her.
Ruth Parish wills a little quiet dignity to Myrnell Thompson.
Marian Thompson leaves that "certain something" to Anna Mae Odland and hopes she
will do as well.
Catherine Severson leaves her place open to Elaine Listug whom we hope will be able
to fill it by next year.
Robert Smtih leaves a record in athletics and with the women that only "Red" Kvitle
Donald L. Anderson leaves his "tinkering ability" to Gifford Bickley.
Alice Thorpe leaves an active part in dramatics open to Helen Benson.
Grant Quill leaves Margaret Hanson-with regrets.
"Bud" Eggleson leaves "Ten Lessons in Good Grooming" to Owen Klongland to be di-
gested slowly. -
Elton Gunsolus leaves wit'h his car and his woman but she'll be back next year-remember
Rosella Lund leaves a car and a man to Anna Bondehagen hoping she'll never be without
Lorraine Iverson leaves Miss Anderson sobbing over the loss of a fine student.
Elda Hougan leaves her quietness to Mxjory Ann Osterheld who can use it.
Emma Hoffman leaves 5 inches of her height and 20 pounds to Josephine Nelson.
Maynard Haried leaves a love for learning to Hartwick Anderson.
Marie Hanson leaves a diet list to Freda Berg.
Frederick Hanson leaves a book on "Heartbreakirng in Three Easy Lessons" to Edison
Carroll Kalland leaves a sigh and sheds a tear. Oh Yeah?
Robert Mortenson leaves his boisterousness to "Ribs" Busch.
Robert Johnson leaves cooking class with profound regret.
Carsten Nelson and Roger Offerdahl leave Mr. Vandrell minus two star pupils.
Norman Quam leaves to enter the hen fruit business. '
Constance Johnson leaves a gold chain, hoping someone else will find something to hang
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junior Editor - -
junior Business Manager
Art Stal? - - -
Snap Shot Editor -
Junior Snap Shot Editor
Sophomore Editor -
A Cappella ....
Athletic Board ---
Basketball Lettermen -
Basketball Squad ---
Class Prophecy .....
Class Will .....
Football Lettermen ---
Football Squads ....
Forensic Contestants ---
Girl Reserves ---
Golf Squad ....
In Memoriam ....
I uniors ......
- Robert Lee Hanson
- Marjorie Kittleson, Dick Moen, Ann Spees
Lenore Barber, Doris Champney
- - Helen May Williams
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----34 Junior Class Play ---- -..--36
----46 Legion Award -------- ---- 4
----35 Lion's Club Awards----- ---- 4
----47 N.F.L. ------------------ ---..37
----46 National Honor Society---- ---- 3
----55 Orchestra -------------- ---..35
----58 Parrot ----- ----49
----37 Philomathia - ----42
----25 Principal -- ---JS
----43 Salutatorian - ---- 3
-..--45 Seniors ---- -----7-21
----44 Senior Aces ------ ---- 5
----43 Senior Class Play----- -..----37
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Tennis Squad ---
Yahara Staff ---
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