University High School - Flickertail Yearbook (Grand Forks, ND)

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WOODWORTH HALL THE FLHCKERTAHL 1 sn 1 9 W I C JW lj 2, fgfgilvfm FW1.lM"LN1'?'1.7'.5 Uftw 3vx1: m:J1 L .f:. f A x 1 .. Ku 1 f., - . Y! ff M .,.A ' 'H' ww 'TTTKTVQY . LLYLHQ 1QlLXY'Kf.FlT LQELQQQ DQ? PROLOG 1 l 1 s I re clcr 1 1 show yo11 VN 1 xt 1 lp: 1 1111lort 1 1 ye But rnore to you lt has to tell X1 ho re1cl lt thru 'lI1Cl thru Our l hgh Sehool IS the pl1ee to clwen So love It foncl 1ncl true And whe11 you rc s1cl or 11111 the JK X 111 etuclents olcl xrcl 11e1 t tur11 the L p If Ju ll 1 :lore yo1 rc t1 Sun 1 the 111 s 1o11 o thls hoc o all both t1r 1ncl 1 Be br1ve incl lfxll your llttle nook Forvet the slvh 1ncl tear GREETINGS our l1111cl S Illl t ere me w 1 1 1 me Cl pon 1 110 of y 1 111 C0114 our Jes c 111e t :re 1111 me 11 If 1 h t llll contfxlnecl thnrcxn to thosg me y 1 u 1 xv: 1111 u1cle1stooc Vvlth Uld 1Ce tow'1rcl nonn 111th 11111111 for ll 1 1 X9 IYIVEII to 1111 e th1s Jool representatne of the school A 1 whole xt tl11s Flltlxertall 1111y 111 l t e years enllven some lonely hour hrvnv lu xclx 1 fond mernory of the olcl scno l Clays to the l'H1DCl absorbed IH husmess L lLl e 1 flacl lwht to Qome 1I'tO the CY 11h1ch 1re rnlsty VVltl'1 tears and .1 lauffh to Yllll on the llps 1vhe1e lt ls seldom xnown IS the wlsh of Class ol lf? 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S Whll WSI? lll the SEIXILC TO OUR BOYS IN KHAKI ereia t1r1noJrH1 ox ll121t w IS put there for xr 1 t N 1 symlwo to yr ur hon 1 nf lt s1ovxw 11 It you rue to your country s nc er 11x o Jun1Q1the .xultu c VV o xnsulted 1nd broke lux luv our Star 5 one of the IH 1nw boy Xwhlch ID our H 12 doee H5 Xnd efuh brmw Q to our rnemorw X Son of Unlw ersxty Hlffh It S only a bltOff1C' Joy But yet xt standi for all Xnel proud IS your A1111 1 M1te1 Ot you who 1nswercd the 111 Nucl then 11 w IS up to you box Io proxe yourself 1 111 an Y our Xlm 1 M xter wud you would X ou 'showed the xx orld 3 ou 1 an 1 XY' ,rc S id li r 2 rl S' ve 5 r J ' v Th '. ' sz h I 2g. 5,1 I 2 .' I 'Q o ,-X 1 ' st fx ki were true. T - ' - I. I rj. .rxnd ready to fight for her vaulse. 'IW I Il , r -fl 1111115 'tl ' .' 2 A ' " 2 'J Y 2 " , 2 '. '. ' 2 ,, t ', ' ' ' 2 J Y 1 c'2 . I .L 2 2 .' ' . 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Ifkgllwl BKT! wxla Q' c.lfH.v'l'2lIl Xlc'1l1v1s vithuxil l':11'tf'11l111, . . ESUI - V4 Q4 W1 'rl .xii lwhl .KQ ,ml FACULTY Dr Thomas F Kane Ph D IL D President of the Unixersitx Joseph Kennedy Ph D De in of the School of Education C C Schmidt M S Superintendent of the UHlV9TSltX H1 h School Marx J Lavcotk A B A M Unixersitx of Illinois Columbia Unix ersitx English Mrs Axis Wright Hofto A B Umwersitx of North Dakoti M ithemfxtits Iwmnie L Putt imp Fd B A B Lelxnd Stanford lr Universitx of C dlifornii Latin K ithleen Robertson A B Unixtrsitx of North Dilxotx lr mh Robert W Uphoff -X B Universitv of Wisconsin Sciente Nernon E Saxre -X B Fniporia College Kdns is Bradlex Institute Nlanuil Tr umm. Kathrxn Harris A B Northwestern Unix ersltx Conserx itorx of Music Mu ic Alice C Richardson A B B C Umversitx of South Dakota Commercial Olive Kunz A B University of Iowl Commercial Mrs H irrv South -X B Unix ersltx of North D lkota Art Nell Martlndlle A B Univtrsitw of Kans s Physical TTIIHIHL, 6 . . , . ., 4 . ., i D i Y A .'. . -Y' ' " 5 . i, : . . , I ., . . . - 4? gl . . .i . A j . I -', . . ., .l ., ' ., j , ' : 3, f ' .. 'I' ,.. ., " " 2. .2 2 " ' '. -2 , . . ., . ., 12 . 2 2 . ' - j T' ' '2. 2 ' 2 1 C , . ., "1g'.' l' 2' 2. "e'. Adolph H. Kazda, A. B. A. M., University of Wisconsin. Social Sciences. . , A . ., S. 1 if ' . b . I ' . ' . -j .,, " , P," .2, ' j .' 2.4 2 2" I ' j ',,. .,- '- " 'j, '2 j . s'. A 1. , ' . ,.J . ., A U . Y . , . ., . :' u 2. ' . .. 2 1 , . . ., ' , A' 2 ' '. . ' ' 2 x,.. ., ' ' a. 2' ' 3: novvned The bulwark of the earth 7 SENIOR CLASS 0 Il N U N 0 I PI ll ' xn III s 11rd I4 st IPI Q 1 UIIIIIP N p, 11 1 was 1 1 Ivhus SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Preslclent Clan e Simpson Iqrarklln Patten Emll Fleld Miss Al ce Kops Vice Presldert Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms IVI ss Helga Melfted Mr A H Kazcla CIass Colors Purple and Red Faculty AcIv1sor Class Flower Red Rose Class Yell Rah Rah we want to be seen Rah Rah we w1II be seen We are the class of I9 Class Motto At the footI'11IIs clxmblng 8 x .I 'I' p 'v '-.Xrc-hiv .I hurl mf. XYilf'4-rl IIllsI1:lmI,UrIil1 N1 'um, little.-rl XY.-4lwi4-la, In-U 1' SPLIIII Leon l.1'ux' , Iiuwursl P: lam. Imnzxlll Ilnslmml. 'FI' 'nv-I-I: I ' llimle, Maw 4':u1'1'wll. AI:n'thz1.Izn1.uwslti, Ili-12:1 Ale-lst:-11. I-Ilin Blvlst 111, It x I Ea 'l. Victoria .XI1lIt'l'SHIl, Tt'IlII '1'Hnn11l1ill. Sectmd I'HVk'fN4lI'2l .Iorut-nsnm, Lillian M4-.Xlle-11, I-'I-nw-11:-v Nlxlls, I-Zlhel Vols-, Mum' Gmvwrxn Fl '- ' .Xrm.'tr0n"'. Marin- lionuelf, 'Vlwlnm Ilrmm-II. Ht-lvn V'-suriI'I'. First 'rw---Iflurmmvv Mwllnnfi, Illsthe-r IZ'-ru. ,I:.m- Vzunpl-vll, i.i!i:nl1 wilson, I lxwivv Simpy ,Xli -v K1 I Mr. Kaziu, lruollzu 1,4 films, Iiuth. - son. 1 C ' 1' - . . ' 5 , , , , , , . CLASS HISTORY The Class of l9I9 IS an exceptional class because xt should have started rn I9l 5 but dnd not start untrl I9 I 6 when Elm and Helga entered as Freshles Eva Earl as Soph and Leon Brown as unlor Hel a and Elm weathered all Insults that It seemed to be the prlvllege of the upper classmen to gxve and are now two of our most loyal supporters Eva was a ltnow t all Sophomore but the last two years have taken thrs attitude from her Leon was a jolly and patrlotlc unror He left school ln lVlay I9 I 6 to enlrst but returned thls year to our class In I9l 7 I8 Ruth ohnson oy Belyea Paul Danforth Ethel Cole and Allce Kops entered as unrors lhe number of umors last year was eleven but though small rn quantrty they were large ID quallty They led ln social actlvltles and afforded a great deal of amu ement for the rest of the school Last fall school was mterrupted by the fl so our class which h cl added about thrrty new members was not organlzed untrl late ln anuary We are glvmg a class play edltlng a Flrckertall buying a Victory Bond and grvlng the usual Commencement Exercises Why should not every lndrvldual ln the class feel proud of I9l93 Brlef Summary of Senior Year A Statement I From hy bashful shrmkrng Freshmen from obstreperous wlld Sophomorcs from fasclnatlng and lrlde cent unlors the I9 s now unfold behavror and ln fact the very qumtessence of all that IS enviable Polltlcal I Meetlngs of the WISC a Electron of officers lndustrlal I Set example of studlousness to underclas men 2 Made the Flrckertaxl the brightest and the best 3 Survlved the Flu 4 Gave a class play Socral I unlor Semor Prom a Tlme May 3 I9l9 b The Trlbe of I9 ns entertalned royally by the umors Intellectual Debates and Talks ln Assembly Large percentage on Honor Roll Successful class play u e I4 I9 I 9 Baccalaureate sermon e I 5 I9 I 9 Commencement a Tlme Wednesday u e I8 I9l9 b Oratlons and oratory Ejucatedl B Gum' d The Trrbe of I9 brds a tearful farewell to the community rt has learned to love and honor to the days xt wlll never forget and to each other From now on the Trlbe will migrate separate and promul ate the learnlng gaxned whlle here but each member promrses never to forget the others nor his beloved U H S 9 . J ' . g D ' . ' I . ' 1 1 . ' I 1 J 1 I . -I 1 1 1 ' . .. uy.. ' . 6 1 o . 1 n y .T 1 1- 1 J ' 1 1 A 1 . . r . . S J . , g . , I 1 into haughty, wise and dignified Senlors. They are perfect rn scholarship, ldeal in . y y , Y . M , . . B. . . 1 C. ' 1 r D. ' - . J 1 . E.. - h I. . 2. . 3. -J n . . 4. -jun . - - 5. . . ' - , J n . . CLASS PROPHECY Oh how I look back to those good old days when I was a Senlor rn the Unlverslty Hrgh School' My puplls of Fargo Hlgh School remlnded me many a day of those pleasant tlmes and even though fifteen years have passed SIDCC then It seems but yesterday that we the class of I9 were reproved by our teachers for coming occaslonally unprepared to class I boarded the tram whlch was to carry me home for my summer vacatxon Suddenly a famlllar laugh broke on my ear On lookmg ln the dxrectlon from whence lt came I beheld a klnd rather drgmfled looklng lady srttmg just across the axsle from me She was none other than Alice Kops the same dlgnlfied Alice of I9l9 We then related our various expernences Allce men tlonlng among other thlngS that she had been teachlng at the Nlayvllle Normal for the past five years and was now homeward bound We decided to stop at the Unlversxty for a couple of days to renew old acquamtances and see what changes had taken place The U was stlll rn SCSCIOD and groups of students could be seen strolllng all over the campus ust as we approached Mann Hall my compamon nudged my arm and said Why lf that lsn t Field coming out of Mun I had hardly trme to look up before he was by our slde shakmg hands as lf we had met but yesterday Doc Fleld as the students called hlm had become a noted psychologist at the Unlverslty As our conversatlon turned to the class of I9 Professor Fleld Informed us that several of that class were no J Instructors at the University Ted Cook the popular basket ball captam of former days was now the Dlrector of Athletlcs and proved a great success Carleton Ladd now a professor had succeeded hls father ln h s profes IOP At the head of the Home Economics department we found Nora orgenson where she trams the young glrls ln the art of cooklng We were very glad indeed to find that our cla smates had fared so well and upon expresslng the wish that we could know the fate of each and all of them Professor Field convlnced us that rt was posslble by hypnotlsm that our astral bodles could go ln splrlt to the remotest corner of the world My compamon and I now gllded through the atmosphere and soon found ourselves outside a large buxldmg In a well furnlshed ofhce a middle aged man sat assortmg varlous letters and documents On one of these documents we read The Red Rlver Power Company Superintendent Leon Brown We now passed from this bullclxng and soon found ourselves ln the Court House Suddenly our attentlon was focused on the Judge whom we recog nlzed as Howard Paulson He had a very thoughtful look on hrs face and well he mxght for would not the welfare of two of his old classmates depend on his Judgment3 Here was a case requxrmg a careful d CIQIOD Eva Earl now Mrs Belyea was sumg oy for a dlvorce We now departed curlous to see some more of those Nmeteeners Havlng wandered for a long time we found our elves ln the streets of New York A crowd of fashlonable people were pourmg lnto a larve church We curiously entered Presently a weddmg march was played and the brlde and groom came up the alsle The small stature of the bride caught our attentlon To our surprlse the bride and groom were Ethel Cole and Leo Cosgrlff A the mlnlster arose to perform the ceremony we recognlzed Archle ohnstone The weddlng over we hastened on our Journey As we flltted past the First National Bank of that clty a glance thru a wrndow revealed the famxllar face of Clarlce Slmpson now presldent of that bank 10 9 I , - . 1 1 9 , ' .. ,. . . . , , K ' u . , - , . . - , , . c C . , M . . . , . . - , n. 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A few blocks from the bank a srgn caught our attentron The Kongelf Beauty Parlor and enterrng we saw lVlarre Konvelf applyrnv all her art to rmprovrng her patrons facral beauty Contrnurng along Frfth Avenue we entered a large department store As pre rdent of thrs store we found Lloyd Frredman executrng hrs dutres wrth a busrness lrke arr An rmmense poster now caught our attentron It read Qomrng Lrllran McAllen the famous m vre actres 1 A Very Naughty C-rrl On the outskrrts of the crty we came to a plarn comfortable hom wherern ane Campbell of former days but now Mrs ones the wrfe of a well to do lawyer resrdes wrth her happy famrly Passrng thru Phrladelphra we decrd d to drscover the cause of the large crowd assemblrng ju t outsrde the crty The famous Rrnglrng Bros Qrrcus was the cause of thrs gatherrnfv The chref clown who was performrng hrs part most excellently seemed famrlrar Our convrctrons were confrrm d rt was Teddy Ruston The manager of thrs crrcus was Franls lrn Patten v ho rn former days was very enthusrastrc about crrcuses often causrng one hrm elf durrng hrs hrgh school career Resumrng our Journey we came next to Washrngton D C, Here we saw a processron of women carryrng banners wrth Women s Rrghts Votes for Women on them as Woman quffrave had nct yet been won We found Helga Melsted at the head of the processron tandrng up for her rrghts as she had rn days gone by Presently the newspaper boys could be seen hurry no and cryrnfr Extra Attorney General Ruth A ohnson sends J Ogden Armour to lrf rmprrson ment for profiteerrng Turnrng to the sport page of the edrt on we found the names of the members of the Washrngton Amerrcan Leagu Baseball Team We came across two names we knew of old Wrlfred Hu bardwas the prtcher of the team whrle hrs brother Donald played frrst base A theater berng not far drstant we betook ourselves there and peeped rn To our surprrse we saw Luella Lofthus on the stage She was now a world famous actress wrnnrng the hearts of her audrence by her sweet smrle and charmrng actrng ln thrs crty we also found Helgert Wedwrck as the busrness manager of an rmmense mercantrle store Gorng past the Whrte House we pred Heber bdwards as one of the Whrte House guards Leavrng the caprtol we wandered urtrl we came to Atlantrc Crty Here we found the most fashronable and rrchly dres ed people among whom we saw Helen Cosgrrff wrth a half dozen admrrers A short drstance away we spred a mrddle aged woman leadrng a young boy by the hand Approachrng her we recognrzed Lrlran Olson who used to be beamrng wrth happrness Here also restmg from her streruous dutres Thelma Bonnet the Ureat Prrma Donna was spendrng her vacatron As my companron and l lrded alor g a rrchly dre d ladv passed us She entered a burldrng nearby whrch had the followrrrg g The Cunnrng ham Dancrng School Learn the Latest qtep Florence Cunnrnvharn Drrec or Resumrng our trrp once more we made our de trnatron Chrcavo Berng zrterestecl rn the schools we dropped rn and there we were agreeably surprr ed 11 , . 1 , 1 n 1 4: Z . ,s' ' , - 1 - w . - ' ., o -s, n f ' . . . . , ey - - , I . . . ' . S .M M 5 D. ' K . k . , . . e , . g ' ' ' 3 ' 1 , J ' g ' 1 I I p i 1 , - g . . . . S . . Z f D ' ,,, , Extra. As we glanced over the frrst page we saw rn glarrng headlrnes, " - . J . ' e ' ' - Q . Q Y . , c . cc, M . . Y . S . - H . . - , . . . . . G . - , , . D . , c - ., - . . , . -, , D . f . ' g ' 1 , ' sse - . , . s' n, - V . - . . g. A , - t . ' ' , : s . , . ' Q to find Florence Armstrong as principal of one of the hrgh schools of the clty Gomg thru Lms school we heard rn ore of the rooms a famlllar vorce On glancmg 1n we saw Tena Tannahlll a teacher of publ1c speakmv and expres slon Our next move brought us to the police station where our fr1er'd August Evenson sat lolllng on a chalr having become the chref of police of that c ty Entermg the clty llbrary we were Immed ately confronted by the llbrarlan whom we recognized as E. ther Berg She had a new paper on her desk which she had just la d down C-lancmg over lt we read Mary C-owran the first woman senator from North Dakota rn brg headlrnes Another rtem whlch caught our attentron was an announcement of a musrcal recltal to be glven m Cohen s Grand Opera by the celebrated Esther R nde We next vlslted the hosprtal Pas mg from one ward to another we suddenly came upon Dagna Engstad who was head nur e She expressed the desrre to talk to Nurse Medlarrd When she appeared we reccgmzed her as Florence Medland of days gone by These two souls spend the1r days ln oothlng and admlnlstermg to the SlCk t ll nlght her plctures bemg much rn demand Entermg the Chxcago Con ervatory of lVlus1c we listen to a prano recltal rendered by Martha anowskl who now rivals the famous Paderewskl f ln the suburbs we came to a beautl ul home ust a short dlstance from the house IS a grove of tree There we ee a lady playmv wrth a couple of chlldren The lady IS none other than May Carroll actmv as private gov erness ln her hand May carrles a blg volume the trtle of wh ch IS The Value of Chemlstry Glanclng from the txtle to the author we see that Gladys Emerson wrote the book and we do not wonder any longer why May carrles thls book around Coming back and PHGSIDQ thru Fargo we met Odm Norum the superm tendent of schools and Florence lVl1ll head of the Chlldren s Welfare Bureau of that clty Flnally we arrived at C-rand Forks Commg back to myself agarn l found Alice by my Slde she havmv like wlse come out of her trance Havmg told Fxeld what we saw and heard we thanked hlm for hrs kmdne s and departed hoping that ome tlme ln the future we might all meet m reallty 17 X , v ' v V U - . D ' ' ,- , J . . ' ' , ' s . s 1 I ' , . V U it Y I . . . 5 , s . r . c , ' Visiting the Fine Arts Museum, we End Cora Berg, painting from morn . . Q . . . . 5' Y ' s. . s , ' 5 ' 1 . . . w V I 3 . - . . , g , . , , , , ' s, . f . ' , . . Y K . . y . 5 . - 1 h I Y . . . C . Q . . - , , SENIOR CLASS WILL ln the County of Crrand Forks State of North Dakota U S A We the Semors of the UHIVCYSIIY H S of the U IN D of the Clty of Grand Forks County of Grand Forks State of North Dakota bemg of sound m nd and enerous dlsposltlon do hereby make and publlsh thls our last wlll and testament ln order as justly as may be to dlstrlbute our lnterests IH thu school among the underclas men and faculty We do hereby wlll and bequeath our Senlor Dlgnlty to the needy unlors and our honors to any class which wlll be abl to take them a v e drd I Emll Fleld bemg qulte ane do hereby bequeath my scanty beard to Donald DIXOD I Loyd Frredman belrg ln good health and ln a sound state of mmd do hereby bequeath my shlmme and my argumentative ablllty to Claude Deane I Wilfred Husband bemg of a generous dlsposxtlon do now will my numerous beautlful curves to Stuart Hanks I August Evenson bemg of sou'1d mlnd and body do hereby bequeath to I'dw1n Thorwaldson my clownlshness I Paul Danforth feel ng quite natural do hereby wlll my large voc xbu lary and my wlttlness to Roy Bostrom tres and my deslre to become a dean to Ada Seaman I Leo Co grlff do hereby solemnly glVC a part of my modesty to Ransom Pratt I Reglnald Belyea do hereby m my last wlll and testament bequeath my dancing pumps and my abxllty to Jolly Nl s Putcamp to Mr Kazda I Hebar Edwards feellng that I am about to leave my happy home do hereby bequeath my affection for MISS Cnrover and my love for all practlce teachers ln general to Edmund Wlpf I Florence Medland do hereby wlll unto Paul Rudolph my bashfulness and reserve I Esther Rmde bemg declared perfectly sane do hereby glve my aofon lzrng volce to Erleda Hammars I Tlna Tannahxll do solemnly w1Il my oratorlcal ablllty and tlmldnty to Helen Ellenson I Margaret Whlte bemg of a generous dlspo IIIOH do hereby sympathet lcally g1VC and bequeath my chewmg gum and four fifths of my uperfluous welght to Koreen Hanson I Helgert WCdWICk do earnestly grve my fussmg abrllty and prestige at Iarlmore Hall to Hugh Duggan I Franklln Patten do hereby bequ ath my rmy shoes and ore terth of my msurance to Herbert Thompson I Illllan McAllen do earnestly bequeath mv ablllty to te e ard 1 pol tion of my good humor to Clement Resch I2 , u . - I . . . I. ., M ' , 4 , ' Q O ' ' ' . ' - - A 3 ' ' ' - 4 . , . . Y A , - s . ' s . ' . ' l ' e ' 5 ' . y . . v . K . S y C m 1 Q Y I In - l l y , . , - , . -v L A 1 2 , ' . , 5 I, I ' . ' 5 2 - I, Helen Cosgriff, do sympathetically give a part of my love for fraterni- ' Y N ., , l , S ' , ' ' 7 . Y 7 . ' 4 Y . ' ' ' ' is . . Y Y I ' Y , , . , . v I v I , Y l :Q ' Y I ' Y , Y , . S. . v A . 1 . . 1 S g ' V , e' a 7 . . - .. . ' A. . , E ' - - as A c .1 I Llllah Ol on bemg ln my rlght mlnd do hereby glve a part of my CYCCSSIVC soberness and studlousness to Xvllfred Locke I Teddy Rustln do now earnestly bequeath my glddy laugh to Clarence Bartel I Carlton Ladd awakenlng to the need of others do hereby sympathet lcally wlll a goodly portlon of my tately dlgnlfled manners and my buslness llke expression to ack LEWIS I Adelme Loftus feelrrg tlred and weary do hereby wlll and bequeath my double campus to Esther Bartel I Odln Norum feelmg more gerexous than I u ually am do hereby Wlll my theory of the orlgln of man to Harold Haugan I Howard Paulson do hereby wlll my stern Judlclal characterlstlcs to Herbert Thompson I Elm 'Vlelsted bemg of a generous dlsposltnon do hereby bequeath my humor and my oratorlcal ab1l1ty to Dorothy Serurnvard I Allce Kops bemg of a phllosophlcal state of mmcl do hereby bequeath my love for Engllsh to Arthur Thompson I Helga Melsted do hesxtatmgly bequeath my tlmldxty and hesltancy to Mxss Rlchardson l Marle Kongelf do hereby wlll my beautlful red halr to Lols Traveller I Donald Husband bemg declared sane do hereby gnve my sheeplsh grm to Samuel effrles I Archie ohnstone do hereby Ill mv last will and testament bequeath my bashfulness and my religious tendencles to EUNIS Swarthout I Gladys Emerson bemg charlt bly lncllred do herebv grve IX inches of my shortness to Ellzabeth Florence I Florence Mllls realrzm that others haxe not b en as fortunate as I have do hereby bequeath my afffectron for Brll McDougall to Miss Harrls I ane Campbell bemg of sound body and sane mlnd do hereby bequeath my graceful walk to Miss Kunz I Florence Cunmnvham do hereby will my dblllty to bluff and work all practice teachers to Ralph Uphoff I Eva Earle do hereby glve my bewxtchlng smxle and my llsp to Mrs Hofto I Mary Gowran do generou ly QIVC a part of my adequate wisdom and my beautiful smlle to Margaret Kops I Nora orgenson do generously glV a part of mv studlousness and quletness to Myron Uphoff I Dagna Engsted do sympathetrcally will my love for teachmg to Mlss Laycock l Ruth ohnson bemg always wxde awake and cheerful do hereby bequeath these same qualltles to Kleth Bacon I Martha anowskl do hereby bequeath my grm and a portion of my tubbornness to Densll Holt 14 Q 9 V Y I 1 1 , f e - 1 1 , s, 1 ' ' S r ' - E ' I A Y , Q . , , ,. .. , 1 1 1 5 1 1 5 . . 1 . 1 1 ' ' Y 7 ' , 1 1 . 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I Ted Cook do hereby Uwe my prestnf e wrth Whse Layeoek md a por tlon of my Oracefulness to Hope Rose l Mae Carroll bemv of mound mlnd do solemnly bequexth x portlon of my popularlty and atudlousness to ack Q rmpbell l Ethel Cole havmv been declared sound both rn IIllHCl ind ln body do hereby wrll a portlon of my talk xtlxeness and my love for Leo to lVl1ss Putcamp l leon Brown belnv subjeet to Hts xt tlmes lut bemv perfectly ar the present moment do hereby beque 1th my xblllty for monopollzmi ll Valuable Cl'lSStlI1l6 mcl my surce s ms 1 pol t c xl l oss to Ron rld Erwin lsther Ber do hereby bcquexth 1 portlon of my Clevllwhre s mc wlttmess to lVl1r xret oplmf l lhelma Bonnet f6'ill1ll1f th xt we must ull p xrt Wlth some of our Vlftllk' l Corx Berr h IVIUU demc nstr xtcrl my pui xll tu tenclene es ln the Co ed fi ht do hereby beque mth 1 portxon ot thls s xmc qu xllty to Pauline lleth l Florence Armstron do now bequerth 1 p rt of my bashfulress md studloueness to Mme ewltt l Clarlce Slmpson l'1lVlY1f lately been eonxerted do now generously UIVC a portion of my enlor fllfI1lty and llxrtn lb llty to Braveclur W xlters l Wllllam lVlcDouOall XVI hmo to help others rs much we po srble do hereby bequeath a portlon Ol my QtLld1OL19IlCQ9 and s xrc rsm to gteve Hemml Members of the Clase of I9 have hereby sworn that thls IS the last will and teitament of the Senlor class of the Umversrty Hrvh School IH the Clty of Grand Forks County of C-rand Forks State of North Dakota Elm Nlelsted Seal Slgnecl Allce Krups Seal Clarxec Suupson Seal Notary Publlc 1 r V v 5' 4 I ' 'N K . , . Z , D . . , . . ' 3 ' . ' . - 2 2 ' , - ' . ' U 2. ' 9 . 2 ' , 3 ' D t S .e at . . , x ,2 2 ' ' ' ' g 2: 2 ' 2 S 2,2 iir2 HJ 2 ' ' . l, 'l gg, , . ' 2 ,2 2 ' . A i 2 l ' ' .. 2 ga J ' 4. , n 4 2 . , f2 g 2 2. J 2 2 ' ' i ' H, do hereby will Iuy red hair and my Corte:-it to lf-.rfstine Koterbzx. , f 2 g, 2 A T, 1 J 2 -1 4' 'S " 1 'i.. ' X e. g . . .2 2 A .' fi F 2 ' ' ' , . , .' g. ' . 2 2 il A ' , 1 2 s . . . , , . , 2 :rg ' , ' , , , j . . . . . . . . I . ,I D ' S ,g ' ' wg 2 ' ' I 2 . , l' ' D . ' .D , Q 2 Q ' 2 . SQ , 2 ' ' - ' . 2 2 - . . . N . C I y K . . . t. ,, n 1 n 2 V ' x -K X is K C D 2 . lVlay May lVlay lVlay lVlay TO THOSE WHO GO FOR1H A BIT OF WISHING your achlevements be so evident that even your modesty will be unable to reduce them to the zero polnt your ldeals be vlgorous enough to cause you ome d1 quretude your falth IU the duty of Joyousness constantly lrcrease you come more and more to see the h dden lJCdUtlCS of summer ln t e frozen winter every posltlve suece s and every fa lure reveal new possnbllmes of aChlCVC ments awaken a desxre to reallze them and relea e trength of wlll enough to keep you forever ID the progresslve class Adolph H Kazda A TOAST TO NINETEEN A form of mlst comes o er our eye Ars to the school we say goodbye Wlthout a doubt the best ever had Our class has worked for the Purple and Red Never before was there ever seen buch a talented class as old Nineteen As for grades we never were surpassed We carrled off honors up to the la ln sehool aCtlVltlC9 we got our rep We were known by xll as Varlety and Pep ln partles and athletlcs we rexgned upreme So drunk once more to old NINETTLEN And now we leave old UHIVCYS ty Hlgh To jom her honored QYOVXIHU alumni Exrh boastful of his class with the rest We too can boast our class the best Hn ' -1 . .., F S ' . . 1 L ' A . . 1 ' h . ' S ' l ' - . . . C Q , V - -A . . ' 1 . .. . , . ' Z . . .. . .. , Qt. l - 4 LV V 2 ' . L , Q . 5' 1 T , . . A Y E ' ' V ' '. ... , v , - JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS rv 1fIe t 1 I1I11 cc Ir: 1 P If II rltc 0 1. Lret uw LII K 1rc en I III on 1 1I It Xrr IS I x11I IQIICIOIDII JUNIOR CLASS MEMBERS rtel I sther I II1 n Kops IVI1r uf-rlte I 1II1 111 11 Iu I1 use 1 Q son c 011 IDUIII C tt evmccr Ill JI S rum xrcI Dori IX 1 51111 11111111 011 Xrt 1111 1 c II Ive e 11 I1 VK1 1111 xtcr mc I I I7 .s' III ......................,. Iflxgcvm- I I 1' ard Viv- I fs4CI 11t ......,,,........... NIL gg if A v ISI pr Se' 2 'V'-III1'0z1s 'fir ..,.,...,....,,.. .rc -2 'Is s Sv 'gear z .L 1 5 ,.,............,.. . . Ja Bu , 1:3 I . .1 'ex Q g ' , ,I -2 Iiostrom, Roy Osvzxr K0lHrI1zx, CII1risI111P Matilda ID ggnn, I g J ph Iill 111: , II:-Ifxn Di 'Iv , 1 2 I I VI.. Ihrzx , 1-XI 1,1 I 1 R. I'.IUI'l'IIC'l', I-ll' 2 I -II1 ga , I 1' IIz11Iqs,fI z IR. III S , . I I Iax11so11. Kc 1' -v O. Ira rII1r, Inis II11I I z1rrI, Ifuge- Q1 IHII41 1 Wk I ' s, Iirz Ivr THE CLASS OF NINEIEEN TWENTY We re the class of nlneteen twenty We can always do our share And altho we are not many Seniors Freshmen do beware' XY hen we started lll as freshmen Of our class there were but four But rch year me re rowmv trorver Every year me re adding more Of those four who braved a Freshmen Nll the troubles of that year Some there vxer who rose to ffreatne l ll1CllI'1f fruits of victory de rr On the lVl1dget staff two Fre hmen And also one on the C l B ard Our Freshmen boy beat the upperclas men And found anotner vlctory scored Thus we see our famous freshmen Qhone xlllte IU work and play Soon vacatron called them hom wmv Our Fre hmen year had pas ed away Bach xc am ln mneteen eighteen Ar d proud 'wlse gonhomores were they Tho now the r glass nad grown ln number But stlll they tread thelr famous may Here we are ln nlneteen nlneteen lVl1vhty lurxors now are we Xnd a llveller Jollxer bunch X ou vwlll flnd lt hard to see lr ns true we made a bargam VV e were given Ransom Pratt For pretty Laura Qamuelson But who IS to blame for that3 go now we soon wlll be wlse Semars Cur unlor days are nearly o er and 1 peppler class than n neteen twe y Has never been seen before 18 v ,. f - . 4 .A , . 4 Y y - Y - .,. . , D' ' U Q ec 1 , 5 D e In , - ' S . o . 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A K ' 3 . X' T. 7. S . N Y 'XY . i ' x 4 'A v V - V. . 1 . I Irv lr, I 4 3 f 'b - ' 3 .- 1 ' , ' ', ' Q .' 1 ,2 ' . K s'e , ' ' - . 2 1 1 . , ' 1 ' . 'Q Q -2 t . legs- to .T . ': 'ar h ' 1 , t' R Q1 ' l .fx l " just because "Pa Schmidt., doesult Careg 1" ' 5 .1 . , 3 1 , , 3 Vill e 1 pw: 11.1 I 1 .T L. lie t 11. tly ' S E ' . ., I . ., , . .1 1 - 1 . 2 ,, V w k . k Y S . , e ' Q I U, I V Vlza. '.,2f 2 'M' 2 'lr ', Q ' I ' 1 Q p 2 see? ' . D ,V 7 . OLD TUNES A MEDLEY Conlpllc lted hy Smoson 'well good fit Wwy down upon the Sw lnee YIVSI fir flr lw ly 'lhere s where lm ltr lld to o home IIT lhe old olltfn hu ltet the lfflll l30ll d hum The moss covered llllc lxet th lt hunf lll the low vreen x llley on the old Kentur ky hole Vi here l we wh led m lry h lppy hours lwly Qlttlflg an l Qll'1UlI1 Meet me IOHIC ht ln Dre lmlancl Under the sllver moon Meet me tonlvht qheyenne Sheyenne Hop on my pony there s room here for two de But after the ceremony Xvould you c lre lf l should leave you ln the shade of the old apple tree Vvhere the love ID yol, eyes l could see lVlary had a llttlCl3IT1lD llttle lamh llttle are 1 Mary had a l1ttlCldl'I1lJ lts fleece was whlte as Old Black joe lm tomlnv lm comlnv l hear those anvel VOICCQ calllnff Has anybody here seen Kelly 'Q t Has anybody here seen l lncly L lndy sweet IS l suv lr Carle l lndy l IHCIV ay you ll he mlne IS shlnln l trlp ln my llrshlp 1 s lll mon the star a iplli lround San ADtODlO Antonlo qhe hopped upon l pony Amd ran away Wlth Rufus Rastus ohnson Brown Vvhat are you Oolncf to do ln the Good old sumrner tlme ln the Good old summer tlme Xvhat s the matter wlth Father3 V9 hat S the matter Wlth Qlmple Slmon met a pleman QOIDU Sald Slmple Slmon to the pleman There IS no place lllce home There IS no frlend lllxe Pat Malone forvot th lt he was deacl He sat up IH hls cofhn whlle he Sald V9 altz me around avalrl W lllle arourd lrouncl For l m UOIDU haclt hatlt hlck to Baltlmore After the ball IS oy er Vvhen the moon Come take Qome take Qome txke He s all rlvht the falr J Co around ll ,Y Y . . .. , . Q , 2 . -1 , . s ' , 1 . 2 , , . , 2 2 2 , 1 . 2 2' Sz f -- . 2 '- 0 ' , 2' . - li ket, 4 V ,, I Z AWA!- H ,E K - ' , Y , Y . . . . . . f . , A .' ' 7' 'Q ,Q Q- ,Z .z C 5 ,, L Y C , , ,art 2 ' . -- . 'Y V K 11.1 , ., ,ln l, r l I 1 H O 1 . .. ,. For my head IS hencllng low. .Q 5 i.. ' T,- V . 4, l - L-L-l,-N? .I , .' , t if 2 ' he . , . . Q I . . , , e 1, .. . ,. lk' V I KY-.if 5 5 ' l z , ' , ' I .z' ' g - 2 ' . z -- X . . . 2 A i.. I , D 5 i- 2 L' ' 'S ' . c 5 , , . - . , ' x ,to ' . 'D Q ' V . ' 7' ' . , 5 ., . - f . -n 5 'l r x ,l Q ' 'I Sweet lVlar1e come to me Come to me Sweet Mane For your shoes are full of Sweet bunch of dalsles brought from the dell Kiss me once darllng dalsles won t tell Darlmg l love you won t you be A bulldo on the bank and a bullfrog ln the poo A bulldog on the bank and a bullfrog ln the poo A bulldog on the bank and a bullfrog t poo Sand the bulldog to the bullfro Coodbye my bluebell farewell to you lVl1d campfnres gleaming mud shot and shell l wlll be dreammg of Oh you beautlful doll Oh promise me that some day you ll Put on your old gray bonnet wltb the blue ribbons And take me out to the ball game Take me out wltb the crowd Buy me some peanuts and crackerjack l don t care nf l never come back Tlll the last rose of summer left bloommg alone And her lovely companlons are faded and gone wlth the Class of I9I9 and the Fllckertall Staff 74 . . , , . . Y n v g k ' l. , to ' 1. k ' K .n he l. 1 , , ' . One last fond look into your eyes so blue. l . r 7' ' ' ' , ' on iti , , , ODE TO OUR PRACTICE TEACHERS QApolo0.e., to Longfellcwj Q ' I 1 firm x ou rc tlred hut ilu V we xry our he xrt tl rr s m xr xt eve ry trlt u rc 111 the c n the wt L onf rd clre u e lxns xre h nd xnd our he td f rows Hr fr P Y Y nur cntus e 1 f x wonclt tl c X n for better te an hers they Sl h xl x V X n your trlts lrt lonf md Q1-.eer Be Stlll faint hexrt xnd Qexse replmn e ond the xlls IS the un tlll shln Thy teare are the common t mrs of ll On ex ery one home claw must ftll Some Cr ts VVIH be tnrlvht and cheery SAYRE AND IVIACNIF I-IALLS There are two houfes here on the campus Vvhere the hlrds and trees h rm0n17e Where the Qtars .always twinkle the br1fhteQt Vvhere the elves are the txmeft Que In those Dorms a bunch of fur lass es Room lde by each lllf Qdrdmes And buslly hunt for more mrsehlet And b xnlsh all thoughts of De me r :N H 5 n Th 1 stuclen.s are dull. ax If! hriffht, 2 uri -2 ry, Y ' W A , , 2- critirs are ne f-r H2 . Y -2 s All yen is for il pus-'elhllv 2 14, But 2 . 1 ' ye ' rlutt ' - lurk, A d , EC 's are 1 g 2: . f2 y. Th 2 Qi 2 , 2 W ,2 g ww You're tired. hut the Students are never wetxry, Yr ' ' 4 still dr an o 2 2 'trfl 'l21ss, f , 2 2 3 , 'U , 2 X d . - X Cl ' ' J 2 F ,g 2 . ' -. y. ' , ' ' 2 . 2 ' if H ' ' L11 B y Se WE ' S S ' " Qing: , ' ee El . ' 1 ' e. 2 A, 'A i H ' J 'D . ' E1 '. , I, . . .. ' " 7 I . . . T, V " , H 2' ' i 3. S' , ' ,e J ' , 2 ' ' K S 2 '. ODE TO YE FROSH As l drop in my seat and make easy my eet And begin a short lyric to write l think of the thlnlxs ard the weary eye blinks That will start when l bring it to sight But if gentle ones you should tire of my puns And perchance w sh to chloroform me ust think of my folks ard numerous blokes And practice pray philanthropy Dear Freshies you re It you have made one large hit Fans would ay you are strong with the stick And the stolcal Dutch while not prone to say much You are doing well now getting weaned from the plow Your cerebrums are being remade The pen and the tongue e en in persons so young Are mlghtler far than the spade And as you move on get proficient in con And become second years very brave Remember l pray this one thing that l say We endeavor you youngsters to save And whatever of wit you procure every bit You owe to us uppers as we have seen fit nlhen bow down to us and say Aye '76 . f ' . 5 i - I - 5. D . 5 . A Y . . 3 A . V . - S ' Q Q , . 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EVOLUTION OF STUDENT LETTERS A Letter Home Unlverslty North Dakota Ot l 1915 Dear Mamma and Papa lNow I have arrlved ID the bw clty of Grand Iqork As yet I have been unable to Hnd myself among o ma y boys cl gxrls Oh mamma you hould see the funny looklng glrls There are many n ce g1rI here but some how I long for you There are so many rooms here you could easlly get lo t I a J number 300 on one of the doors And mamma as I was wall-:mg pa t one of the rooms there was a blg glass door I looked lrto the room and oh my' there were so many books on the tables and shelve and there was a man sxttln just htd among books In one of the other rooms I aw 0 many funny looklng thxngs I was afraxd to go mslde because I saw fro d snakes ID bottles rocks an glasses full of bugs and worms I ran down the hall as fast as I could run and someone called to me to stop I thought she was a teacher She to d me not to be frlghtened as he was Ruth Johnson a SCHIOY and wanted to know what was the trouble I told her I looked through the leyhole and IW a snake and I wa afrald She told me lt would not blte because xt was well tralned Mamma please send me thxrty five cent l pent the quarter you gave me and when I went to chool I hung my cap ln a cloak room and when I went to get It I could not find lt Ifverybody mules at me mammx when I wear th xt red and green sunt I Quess they all llke It so much so I have been wearlng It every day I am afrald lt wlll be worn out by the tlme I ct home One of the students asked me lf I ever had my halr cut ln my l fe I told hlm o Mamma dont you thmk It would be better lf I walt tlll I get home next summer and have grandma cut It Tell papa hello and tell brotlfer Blll to take good care of F dr. I must close I am I'II1lSl1ll'!QJ mv last p ece of candy From your little boy JAMIE I-Ie IS now a senior His last letter home read like this Dear Parents I arrlved at school tht mornlnv bverythmg 1s 0 K Send me fifty buck by return mall Your son lVl 78 . . , , c. , . . . . . . N g . ' Ps. . ' S r. an . , s ' . ' .1 s - - g . , ' s. s 2- J ' Q . , 5 - k X . I , ' , . . ' ' , 1 , ' g D . s' s , ' gs an , , , d ' 3 . I f S ' , , ' T? S . ' - . - . sg s C I ' . s ' , 2, 2 K . V ' I . g . .. . - - . 5 - 11 uv 1 A . n . , i 1. . ' ' . i . , ' s g. A . . . s . . PERPENDICULAR F ALLS' STRIKES LINE AT MIDDLE POINT LINE COMPLETELY BISECTED DROPPED FROM GIVEN POINT INVESTIGATION VVooIworth Hall Mathernrtlcs Room AprI IOth SPCCIIII It wa rumored that at an earIy hour thls mornm a perpe dIcuIar was dropped from 1 Iven polnt faIIIng In such a manner as to compIeteIy IJI cnt the glvel IIne A wIId scene of confuslon foIIowed Eye wltne es of the cxtastrophe say that the Ime made frantlc effort to avold the onrush of the p rpendlcular but all In valn The Ilne was truck amldsh p and I total Io s Suspects Held The perpetrator of thIs outra e IS 'xs yet unknown but severaI suspects ar under SUSPICIOU I-Iugh Dug an IS be-Ileved to hxve a knowledge of the case as on varrous OCCHSIODS for the past two years h has expre ed a deslre to commlt the deed Irrlerds of Hu h Du an deny hxs uIIt and CIaIm Intervlewed stoutIy malntalned that I-Iu II Duggan was Innocent and cI0sed by saylng I do not beIIeve that the entIe dlsposltlon of my frlend wouId p rmlt hlm to even thlnk of such an outra Fr ends of CIrIeton Ladd and Ted Cook are equaIIy certam of thelr Innocence and WIII II ht the cas If necessary Women In Case The most amazrng Informatlon unearthed was when Au ust Evenson avowed that a Iady was at the bottom of the consplracy The Iady has shown cunnln on several occaslons and her test mony wIII undoubtedly be of reat Interest Authorrtles Investlgate The publlc I9 to rest a sured however that 1 thorou h Investlgatlon wrll follow and any one connected Wlth the affalr w1II ICCCIVC thelr Iut oumshment Enemles of QarIeton Ladd Tedd Cook Ind I-Iugh Du an cIaITn hat they are all equally uIIt5 and should therefore receIve fuII credlt for tI'e offense At the same tlme the authorltles are of the OPIIIIOF that If the offense IS repeated the guIIty m xy expect nothrrg short of graduahon 7 I . 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' I , I x gg 'I POOR RICHARD S ALMANAC We have heard that nothlng affects the standard of this school so much as the example and the advlce of the graduatlng class We trust that our mfluence has been beneflclal and that the followmg ul S will be a gulde Freshmen The path you mu t travel IS long and you wlll often be weaned but do not despair for Sheepskms follow the mldnlght oll Don t be dxscouraged because you are green for A green bough rarely breaks and greenness IS a sxgn of growth Beware of the Soph He IS a crafty fellow and wlll surely try to work your bralns lnstead of h s own Sophomores You have now reached the age at whlch you are prone to become slaves to fashion and foollshness Vle urge upon you Be not frlvolous for the styllsh COIHUYC secures not IO per cent and blg heads have llttle w1t Become fluent ID conversation We acqulred our proflcxency during the one oclock perlod of Engl sh IV Do you llkewxse for fluent talking IS essentlal to good blufflng and a good bluffer IS the martest one ln class But be not overconhdent for self satlsfactxon precedeth a flunk unlors Your Ideals frighten u You rush ln where SCNIOYS fear to tread but where xgnorance IS bl tls folly to be wise However ln prac tlce Ignorance wlll not save you Take for your watchword Monthly Grades' SCUIOYS Let us adopt the followmg maxlms Get along wlth as little work as posslble for belng studlous IS a lonesome task When you want to gossip collect ln the hallways thereby sax mg the reputatlon of the study room Accept a fifty dollar positron Teach because you love to not for money for Money lS vrle lucre Faculty To you our suggestlons are few It lS a tremendous expen e for students to keep their lamps well filled Supply the oll for them for generosity hath It s own reward Never Hunk anyone It IS very mconslclerate and of cour e students are not to blame lf you give hard examlnatlons for Ah A teacher may aslt a questlon that twenty five vuse men cannot answer As lgn les ons of extra length on Frlday thus assuring to the students a quiet re tful Saturday 1nd Sunday slnce absence of occupatlon IS not rest and ldleness leadeth to the Orpheum Never hesltate to answer questxons on Monday morning You wlll relleve much embarrassment Class of I9l9 '30 9 . 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Qrgamizatimms PER GRADUS Per Gradus our llterary socrety of the U H S 1 loved and held IH hrgh esteem by all who have had the prlvllege of reapmg the benefits lt bestows Per Gradus IS the oldest socnety on the campus belng organized ln l887 Per C-radxans true to the name of the society are bulldlng their founda tlon on rock step by step As a result they have a larger enrollment than last year numbermg sxxty strong ambltlous and loyal members Per Graclus glves to lts members tramrrv along llterary dramatlc and soclal lmes Several great debates were held one of which was also glven ID the Assembly We have shown a wonderful Grasp of Parllamentary Law as was demonstrated ln our Mock Trlal Nor drd our society lack m the softer touch of human rrt as our muslcal talent rendered many vocal and m trumental selectlons Our progress ve sp1r1t was hown by adoptmg everal lnnovatlons thus we rxse to fame Purple and gold were made our permanent colors Besldes thrs we had copxe of the constltutxon prlrted for each member and also a bulletln case for our programs made by the Manual Tramlng depart ment Each month the members enyoyed a plea ant soclal hour Durlng the last quarter of the school year the members had the prrvxlege of attendmg a formal banquet glven at the Hotel Frederrck wlth all the c remonles and formalltles belongmg thereto Towards the close of the year a pxcnlc rs glven dl playmg all the reasons why we should be glad to be alive The star that each Per Cradlan strrves to wln lS the Thomas medal whrch IS awarded each year by vote of the soclety to the member who has hown the most lmprove ment m debate and oratory MISS Ruth ol-mson has obtalnecl the honor of recexvlng the Thomas Medal and the soclety IS to be congratulated on awardlrvg It to one so worthy of the honor Should we the members of Per Cradus lxve to be ore hundred and our footsteps falter with the burden of the ages we shall always cherish and respect the memory of Per Gradus '29 . M . . I U .S . ' s ' . Y . i . . E S . K S , . . The following permanent motto was adopted: "Ever upward, step by stepg , . . I . S ' . . . A . S . U . .S , . - W 1 . S ' , A . . is A . A . PER GRADUS LITERARY SOCIETY ll ll t1Nl4X Ii xl Y ll VNU I 4 1 ns 1 4 4 s ul 4 4 N 4 so lll 4 1 11 s uw X41 vs X N l K N 1 mps 4 ilfll N ll Flrst Semester Oflicers Presldent Vxce Preslclent Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Student Reporter Faculty Advlsor Second Semester OHTCBYS Presldent VICE Presldent Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Student Reporter Motto Ever upward step by step Thus we rlse to fame Society Colors Purple and Gold 33 Leon Brown Ruth Johnson Alice Kops Eugene Hubbard Paul Rudolph Arthur Thompson Mr A l-l Kazcla Ruth Johnson Eugene Hubbard Ethel Cole Donald Husband Donald Dlckson Emll Fxeld 14111 '1xx'vfI'I4ll11lll14l XY'1f, ll4-lm-VI XY-l l,4-41 4'11s:g1'il't', l,4-4111 llwxvu, 122111 11 llHX'2ll'll l':111ls4111. l'1:11'i1'4- S11 is ll. l4llll'lll 'ou' -lim' li11st1'1111. .Xl'llllll' 'I'l11 llll sun, Bla 1'tl1:1 .l-11111x'slal. NI11' 4':11'1'oll, llrl 1 Xl sl- , 'I'1-11:1 'I':111n11l1ill, XX'ilI'1-4-4l ll11sl1z1111l. 4'l:11'411111- It111't4-l. 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Y CIVIC LEAGUE The CIVIC League of the Unner xty Hr h School rs a rather unrque organlzatlon It const ts of the entire tudent body each student that enrolls pays fifty cents per semester toward ts malntenance Ihe bus ness of the OY23I'lIZHtlOI'1 under the dlrectlon 31 d advlce of 1 faculty advlsor IS done by in executlve board of 91X member three boys and thr e rls who are elected bv the student body at tht begmmng of each emeste The purpose of thls LIVIC lea ue IS three fold I'1r t to preserve order IU the halls and ee that none of the furn shlngs of the bu ldlrg are mutilated econd to handle the soclal side of the school events and thlrd to comp le each eme ter honor roll of the students who haw: an avera e r de of over elghty Hve The work of the CIVIC I eague boards of thls year h s been a declded success They have crtertan ed the tudents at everrl dxnces and parties txculty FIRS I SEMES I ER OFFICERS ILV1 I arl I rcsldent I'tbel Lole Vue I resld nt Leon Brown Qecret ary Ireasurer R VV Uphoff Faculty Adv sor Cladys Emerson T d Cook rranlxlln Patten SFCOND SEMESTER FFICERS Thelma Bonnet! I resldent Allce Ixops Secretary Treasurer Mrs AVIS Wrr ht Hofto Faculty Advxsor IE ther Berg Clarence Bartel 'VIyron Uphoff Ilope Rose '34 , . .7 S. .0 . 1 . , D ' i. ' . . I , 5 2 ' .' s, , . ' . e gi , ' H ' e 41' ' K ' ' r ,. r. . ' I' ' - g ' : ' s , , , '. , ' ' s t i ' V 1 '. ' 3 s , ' ' A 3 . ' , i . ' s s , an W '- . ' g g a ' - . ' T' ' - Q L .' .1 a. ' , ' E ' N ' I ' 'U S , . s ' 2 2 . l . and have fulhllcd their other duties to the satisfaction of all, including the 2 ' . - Z. J . . , ...,.,....................... . , Q I . .. . .... . . . . . . . " 3 .' e i e ' . . O : . 3 ' Q . ' I 'g ........... ' . ' S . I . 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SQQHQEY THE CIVIC LEAGUE DANCE The new CIVIC Le g e board showed thelr pep by glVlHg the hrst o ral affarr of the season Saturday evenrng February 8 rn the lrttle Gym The chaperons of the evemng were Professor and Mrs Schmldt Lreutenant nd Mrs South Miss Putcamp and Mr Uphoff Vvhen the clock struck the half hour after seven an onlooker could have seen a bevy of Jolly hlgh school students and more d gDlHCd Alumnl dancmg the lntrlcate steps of the fox trot The Alumni were enthu rastrcally welcomed by both faculty members and student Excellent mu IC was furnished by Frank enkrns orchestra Later rn the exenrrg frappe was erved to all and hortly after Professor Schmrclt whl pered ln enkms ear Tlme to play Home Sweet H O lVl E. THE PER GRADUS BANQUET The fourteenth annual banquet of Per Gradus lrterrry souetv was held on lsrlday April 25 at the Hotel lcrederrck At seven o clock the members of Per hradus and the faculty assembled ln the dlnlng room The room was prettrly decorated wlth purpl and gold Gradus thls year The letters P C rn purpl and Gold decorated the wlndow curtalns and the table was formed rn a hu e letter P The color cheme wa carried out ln the place cards and the members wore rrbbons of correspondmg colors A temptmg dmner served ln five course was followed by a program of toasts wlth Mr Kazda presrdlng as toa tma ter Mr l'11dJohn Tl'1OYllCf on related Our Past and Mlss Fanme Putcamp poke for Our Young Women MISS Elm Melstad furnr hed us with humor which was followed wth muslc by MISS Ruby l-lalvorson Mr Leon Brown spoke of Loyalty as represented by Per Gradlans rn the ervrce Mr Oscar Florence who repre ented the Alumnl gave an lIlSplI'll'1g talk on Success Supermtendent C C Schmldt gave a very rnterestmg address on Development of Per Gradus Mr Kazda proved a very entertarnlng and CH:lClCUt toasmaster It may be afely sard that the Per C-radus banquet thls year was one of the largest and best ever glven 40 s,-: - , , , ' ' , . . t . , 3 . . , , . . . . - ' . 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THE JUNIOR PROM On Saturday evemng May the thlrd the Jumor class of the U I-I S gave the annual Prom The Junlors surely dld themselves Justrce 1n that afTa1r The bw Gym was secured for the event and mus1c was furnlshed by Emard s hve PICCC orchestra Refreshments were served durmg the course of the evemng and at I I p m everyone departed for home satlshed that the umor Prom of I9 I 9 was a great success Professor C C Schmldt and MISS Laycock were the chaperone Eugene Hubbard acted as Prom manager whlle MISSCS Marvuerlte Kops Ehzaheth Florence and Roy Bostrom were members of the refreshment comm ttee CIVIC LEAGUE MASK BALL On the evemng of May I0 l9l9 at 7 p m sharp there assembled the gymnaslum of Woodworth hall a host of Grotesque figures They were the students of the Unlverslty I-Ilgh School gathered for the purpose of havmg a good txme at the Masquerade Ball glven by the CIVIC League The chaperons of the evemng were Superlntendent and Mrs C C Schmldt Mrs I'-Iofto MISS Laycock MISS Rxchardson and MISS Putcamp After the grand march and an hour of danc1ng everyone unmasked Frappe was served durlng the evemng The rest of the tlme was spent 1n play1ng games and dancmg At I0 I5 p m the party broke up each one golng to h1s home declarlng that a most pleasant evenlng had been enjoyed N X ks I1 HIC H HLHOUI PIL 1 S t11r1l11 tl 11 It It 111t1u Il tu 11111rs1tx P1 1 111111 111 11111 11111 1 IIIKI 1 lt: 1 KI s fl 1 1 IN 1 l111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 kl 1 N 1 Isl t TY tlIItI llll L 1 L1L1 I fmt 41 1111111111111 .D . , f . 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H, ATHLE IIC BOARD Presldent Hu h Du gan Franklm Patton lheodore took Paul Rudolph Leo Cos rlft l' ugene Huhb 1rd All in Pnerce l aculty Advlsor l xrst Semester R Vt Uphoff Faculty Advlsor Second Semesterl A ll Kazdx BASKETBALL The basketball season of I9 l 8 I9 was the most sutce sful Ill m my ye xr The team aequltted Itself credxtably not lOblI'1S, my 5511110 by more than two points We dCC.lSlVCly defeated the brand l crks Hlgh School tht fxrst tlme ln five years Our lnablllty to get 1 ymn iblllfll for re ul xr pr xctxce prevented us from acqulrln good teamwork but lewertheles the team shamed thelr ablllty to play basketball by comms, out ne xr the top when the percentages were averaged for the Campus League Of our ames wlth other hl h Chools of the state we lost the first two games of the season to Langdon and Park Rn er by one basket each We by a narrow margm m a hotly contested game Scores Langdon 20 L H S I8 ar Rlver 22 L ll Grand Forks Hlgh I7 U H Q P Q P Basketball Lineup Qenter Led Cook Qaptaln Left Forward Frunklln Patton R1 ht Forward lmeddy Ruston Left Guard Qxrleton Ladd Rlght Guard Steve Hemml Mana er leo Cosgrlff 40 Q . .................... g gg ' f .g V 1 T' C-Sf J .... . 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JOKES l ve wondered and pondered txmes not a few If there be ln thls High School anythmg new So lf you find Jokes helem that are old Don t be ln to hnd fault or straxghtway to scold ust puck out the ones you thmk are the best Enjoy to the utmost and forget all the rest For lt s next to lmposslble to get such Jokes As wlll move all to laughter and please all the folks Thelma Why do you always speak of a blush creepmg over a glrl s face3 Field Because rf lt Wert ary ta ter It would kick up a dust Pratt wants but lxttle here below A Franklin ID which to spm But WHOTIU wants a Frankl n And Pratt thrown ln MISS Laycock to Senlors ln Eng 4 Class lure hmen always 'xn wel my questlons Senlor Yes but then they know nothing get another half crecllt Wlllle was a llttle boy l-lowex er Wxllxe IS no more What WllllC thought was H O Was really H S04 O glrll l love you to X s Y r so vlrtuous and Y s And then 7 me U X L All others ln my l s This S A untll U l C l pray U 2 X S And do not burn In F E C My qualnt and wayward mu e Now fare U well my dearest I trust that U R true When thus U C then U can ay AnSAlOU If money talks as some folks tell To most of us It says F1 ewell Mr Kazda ln CIVICS Easter Monday People always glVC cggs for Easter so l guess l wlll give you a few on your cards 10 ' gh . ' 9 J l t , ' 1 ' ' r . x 5 ' " J . l l ' Q ' ' ' K. J- ' s C t s ' Keith Bacon-All l ask is that l may be permitted to live long enough to Y I ' I . r . . . Q Q . . ' U ' Q c J-" H ' E POINTS OF VIEW Fsther Ber Who he IS Ethel Cole Where he IS Dorothy Serum xrd VI hat he does lVIar aret White Lxte nights ire bad for one Paul Danforth Yes but all rlght for two W Husband Where dld you et thwt wonderful voCabulary3 August I'Venson Steppxn on tacks ln my toclcln fe t MISS Laycocls. Is lore a complete verb3 Simpson No lVI1 s Laycock Why3 qlmpsor It usually needs an object to Complete It Stelcll pronouncln words to spelllng clxss The next word w ped Puplls look up blankly D Resch Egwlped e Wlped EGYPT I thlnk women hould have the r1 ht to x ote Why S03 Yesterday you dl puted that statement Women have cleaner m nds than men I-low do you account for that3 They change them oftener Brown Ruth J Brown Ruth J Brown lVI1ss Maackrucl When clld the revlval of lecrrnln take placeJ Florence Cunnln ham ust before examrnwtlon week Campbell Why do freshmen re emble real estate3 L1Il1an lVIcAIlen Because they are a vacant Iot He that Hunks and runs away lVIay Inve to learn another day Ellne lVIelsted It broadens a person to go to school Odln Norum Then Margaret W should not hare to o to school Ruth ,Iohnson Lets It out thls dance Hubbard Why I thought you were fond of danclng Ru I am Oh the leanne s of a unlor when he s lean And the meanne s of a unlor when he s m a But the leannest of hrs leanness And the meanne t of hrs meanness Can t be compared To the greenne s of a unlor when he s reen n I ISS . v- . 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FAVORITE SONGS Dont You See Im Lonely Long Long Ago I VVant to Be an Angel Spoon Time Im Trylng So Hard to Forget You Wont You Come Up to My House Though She s Gone I ll Not Forget Her Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder No Weddlng Bells for Us Anchored Sweet Marre Every Day Is Lady s Day Wlth Me Salt Lake City Is the Place for Me Oh How I Hate to Get Up ln the Morning Oh Frenchy Smlles You re Some Pretty Doll How Can I Leave Thee3 Long Boy Roy Bostro Eva Earl Mr Schmlclt Luella Loftus Helen Cosgrlff Eva Earl Thelma Bonnett Heber Edwards Ruth Johnson m Carlton Ladd Leo COSgflfT Donald Husband Claude Dean Joy Belyea Bacon Paul Danforth Mary Gowran Frleda Hammers Ethel Cole Eugene Hubbard An old Dutch farmer had a hor stolen from hrs barn recently urte exclted he telephoned the Amerlcan office and askin that an advertise ment be mserted dictated Von nude the oder day ven I vas m mme schleep awake I heard somedlngs vot I dmks vas not ln mme parn shust rlte und I yumps de bet oudt und runs mlt the parn out und ven I vas der come I sees dot mme gray lron mare was bane loo e und run mlt de shtapble avay und whoever vlll hlm pack prlng I shu t so mooch pbay heem az vas bane cushtomary LATEST BULLETINS To prevent further loss of books students are to dl contmue u mg them for any purpose whatsoever Horses and ponies are not to be brought lnto the cla s room but may be left ln charge of Walter Running and shoutlng are very deslrous rn the lcalls They tend to make a good xmpresslon on strangers Always walk as many abreast as po slble Thls helps to keep the hall ways blocked CASES Selected from the 1919 Year Book of Dan Cumd Jr Dealers ln Hearts Many are the IIIUSIIIOUS names that bedeck the pages of thus book many are the heart stones that may be read between the llnes and many are the couples herewlth listed who have by thxs tlme passed to other s care lt IS the purpose of thls column to glve new recruits mformatron on the most rllustrrous vamps both male and female Let thy gaze herewlth lmger on some of the most advanced cases Ethel Cole Leo Cosgrlff Helen Cosgrxff Mr Hue enus Claude Dean Hugh Duggan Florence Cunnmgham Donald Husband Eva Earl Clarlce Slmpson, Edna Earl, Leon Brow , Ruby Halve son, Ted Cool-', Margaret Whlte, Franklm Patton, Ada Scamen, Ve th Bacor, Dorothy Serumgard, Paul Danforth V3 , . .................................... . . ......... , . Forgotten .... Duggan , 5 ...................... . se ' . . .. . .. .U .Q- , - ,, . , : . Y ! . . S . V . . . Q , - .. .C . Q. , , L . . sg ' Q. . 1 SK 17 ,. Y 'Y . I I . .g . QU V , S . , . .- . . F I U . , . 2. , ' . -Q-Q. Y . 1 . MIRACLES MISS Laycock smlled and mollled Leo drdn t see Ethel all day Hubbard wasn t heard from Margaret Whlte real serlous rn cla s Dean dldn t talk to a lrl all day All passed m English 4 Mr Kazda scolded hls LIVICS Cla s Danforth came to class on tune Bacon for ot to sleep ln class B6-lyea had hus En llsh 4 le son ROCKEFELLER S TAINTED LUCRE Hanks Wouldn t you llke to h ve some of Roc' efeller s money Howard P Nlo l wouldnt t s tamted Hanks Why3 Howard Cause lt talnt for me rd lt talnt for you Ruthj A woman s reach hould exceed her grxsp or vwh it s a Heaven or Heard ID Physlcs Class Teacher What IS a vacuum3 Patton Well er l can t explam lt but l have It ln my head MISS Putcamp ln Latm Why IS Clty fem1n1ne3 Archle ohnstone Well you always peak of the outskxrt of a clty Advlce to Debaters and Orator Open your mouth and throw out your chest SPRING TIME Lall up on the telephone Make a llttle date Tell her to be ready So you wlll not be late Take her to the movles Buy a ten cent rm!! And you ll be a fusser bo the people ll thmk Bacon suddenly awakemng from an lntellectual nap IH Phy ml gy class exclaimed Oh' l saw a mule once 1 . I -I . . s.. 0 D . . . 3 ts. C7 5 t. 0 Q . D c . 7 . I 1 1, . - ' ' 4,a. . . . . .1 ' s je , ' 2 ' J 1 - Y Q Q , - - . . S1 . - V . , - krv . .. .. - . .. . . , Q ,. 7 , K 'a 5A JOKES Belyed How lonc' Cin fx man llve wlthout lDlHlI'lS Pitton l dont lxnovn llow old xre you3 Don t Qtudy when you ff tired Or h xve S0fI16'tl'1lllf else to do Don t Qtudy when you re h xppy For th xt would mxlxe you hlu Don t study ID the d lvtlme Don t study ln the nl ht But study ull the other time Wlth all your II1'ilI1 md mwht lmpson ln Enfvlleh IV to prdctlce telcher Th t Son X oo hard lVlns Kelly Oh no' Nlot for those who h me had mx en them thelr share of mtelleet LOVE .5 GEOGRAPHY Qape of Good Hope Sweet sixteen Cwpe Flattery Twenty Cape l oolcout lnwenty hve Cape Farewell Forty e may llve without poetry mu ll md art e mxy llve without COHQLISULB we mly llve wvthout heart e may llve without frlende we m y live without lnoolts ut cxvlllzed men Q xnnot llve wlthout c ools Ted oolx Qln hl her xve rw n xx xt Ca e K, rxde tu Cl S l'l:I'Lj Mrs llofto On tl'lC ITIIHOI' SCalC Leon B to Koreer H Sly do you lxnow l feel l l e thirty cente3 Koreen Well well everythlng Qeems to have Hone up l1telV lm afrild that bell means another caller 1 d Edna You know there IS uch a thlnv as you re not helnv at home replled Ioy B YC? sand Edfli arid tl'lCI'C IS Sl1Cl'l I tl IDU RS Yfly l'J?lYlf7 CD owed 71 . .'-- h f ' ' ' V' ' ? f - ' '. 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K U S I :J '3 Z ' H --H - l C- H U 2 N- ra 'K fl 5 film JOKES Helen Don t you thlnk Thelma s volce ought to be cultlvated3 Ethel No I thmk It should be harvested Professor Schmlclt lVlr Cook why drd you leave Central H1gh3 Cook To tell you the truth lt was because the professors and the school board quarrelled too much lVlr Schmldt Do you mean to say they actually quarrelled3 Cook Yes slr When xt wasnt me and the professors It was me and the board The student ln the crowded car had his eyes closed when lm the con ductor reached him Wake up sald m I wasnt asleep explalned the student but I hate to see women standing SENIOR AUCTION SALE Valuable materxal useful good as new thoroughly tested e entxal welfare ofU H S students CLARICE SIMPSON Auctioneer ARTICLES DONATED BY My trled and true bluffs Leon Brown Heber Edwards Seventeen pounds of English themes Elm Melstacl Complete set of effectlve excuses adapted to every occasion Paul Dan forth joy Belyea MISS A book of etlquette Ruby Halvorson Two tons of athletlc pugnaclousness Ted Cook C Ladd One pound of bold aggresslve splrlt Donald Husband Ten gallons of bottled Hotaxr Lloyd Frledman Cole coal Leo COSgYlfl: Book How to Work the Teachers lVlary Gowran WANTED By every semor a Job LOST A pound of unadulterated nerve lost at my last mtervlew wxth Laycock Ethel Cole 76 . . . , . . , . - .. . , . 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RESULI OF BOYS BALLOT Most bewltchln Thelma Bonnett olllest Martha anowskl Cutest Lxllxan McAllen Most d nlfled Allce Kops Frxendllest Dagna Engsted Most entertaxnlng Luella Lofthus Sweetest Mary Gowran Sauclest Ethel Cole Most Hll't3tlOUS Florence Qunmn Most Independent Ruth ohnson Wlttlest Elm Melstad Most popular Helen Cosgrlff Most bashful Helga Melstad Be t natured Mae Carroll Funnlest Esther Rlnde ham RESULT OF GIRL S BALLOT Best natured man Franklm Patten Best orator Clarlce Slmpson Dude Paul Danforth Most athletlc Ted Cook Best thmker Carleton Ladd Greatest talker Leon Brown Greatest Hurt Joy Belyea Best smger Eugene Hubbard Most effemlnate Leo COSQYIH Best dresser Helgert Wedwlck Gallant LloydFr1eclman Cheeklest ohn Campbell Most popular Hugh Dug n Most affectionate Emil Fleld Most mxschlevous Donald Husband Best spender Kelth Bacon O O O O O O O O O O O 0 WOULDNT YOU BE SURPRISED hear Mlss Laycock use slang5 see see see see see see see see see see hea MISS Putcamp at the Orpheum3 Ethel wlthout l..eo5 Llllah Olson talklng to a man3 Roy Bostrom talking to a glflu ane Campbell Hlftlflgz Paul Danforth wlthout um3 Margaret Whlte workln 3 Mary Gowran wlthout a sm1le3 Kexth Bacon awake3 Dorothy Sergumgard ln a hurry3 r Donald Husband mx ed Sunday Schoo PROVERBS Money makes the Fan' g A word to the wlse IS a dangerous thmg The course of true love IS the shortest way home One touch of nature makes the whole world rm A gulltv consclence IS the mother of lnventlon 07 J ' -H51 1 ' , - J f ' . til .t . 1 . ga. T ' . T ' . T ' . T H ' . T ' '. T J " . T A g . T ' 'g. T ' '. T ' . T ' . T 'ss l? ' 0. . ADVICE TO STUDENTS Have as good a tlme as possrble wlthout Hunlmg Do not work for standmgs as much as for knowledge Work the faculty or they wlll work you Don t be bashful you will mrss the joy of lrfe Dont fall to Jolly Mr Schmldt FlYSt get an lclea It s a good thing to have about you Study llttle thmk less talk loudly act freakl hly Remember that after the Orpheum rllne s IS an acceptable excuse Become an active member of the athletlc and other organlzatrons You must pay the taxes anyway SWIPC everythlng you can get hold of It won t hurt the other fellow to go without lt any more than lt wxll you DEGREES SOUGHT BY SENIORS L L D Leader of Lock Step Dance Paul Danforth B I.. S Be Leo s Star Ethel Cole A Awful Bashful Nora orgenson Archie ohnstone Beautrful l.4lllC Llllah Olson M A Master of Allce fUnknown A Always Busy Elm lVlelsted Clarlce Slmpson lVl D Mother s Darling Eva Earl joy Belyea M Mothers Songster Leon Brown Esther Rlnde Ph D Phllharmonlc Dreamer Kerth Bacon B S Best Sport Heber Edwards Ph B Phantom Belle Florence Cunnlngham L l.. D Lovely Lrttle Darllng Lrlllan lVlcAllen M S Mother s Sonny Donald Husband 08 '. 13.4-' I J ' - ' J . Ph. B.-Photoplay Belle-Luella Lofthus. B. l...- ' ' ' - ' ' . Isf: U . D 1 - ' ' . WHA'I S IN A NAME QFACULTYV' Fanny l lutc xrnp Forever Pxtlent Chxrles Q Schmldt Qareful Qrltlcxl qupt Vernon l' bxyre Very Lff-lLlCHt Qin er Mary J Laycoclx lVlost ovlml l ldv Adolph H Kazdi Arn Tidbltllll Klnclness AVIS Wrl ht Hofto A Wlllln llelper Alice C1 Rlcharcl-.on Assured Lre xt Renown Olive Kunz O Kay Kathryn H lYflS Keen H xrmony THE AMBITIOUS FEW o be '1 pUglllSt Herbert Thompson o be a pre xcher Archie ohnstone avold work Mar aret VVh1te supply ll ht for the clty Stuart Hanks Odin NOILIIXX jolly Pa Schmldt Thelma Bonnett o destroy Geometry Hugh Duggan Qwrleton I rdd o have my own wxy Ted Look make no UOISC Eugene Hubbard o be an or xtor Donald Husband Tera T xnrah ll o dlct xte to everyone Luella Tofthu o retain my llfe slzed oplnlon of my elf Leon Browu become a ma lclan with a travelln show F Pxtten Ted RL ton have two strln s to my beau Florence Nlecllxnd H1 h School textbool-is oft remlnd ua A their pa es o er we turn Students often leave behmcl them MISSIVSS that they ought to burn l 'v ,. 1 - . . . fe ,i"g,. . E. .Nz - 5 V Q gf. . ' . ' '- Bl -2 az V. . ' C-, ' ' z ' ' e ' 1 Q . T I ' ' 1 . T 2 - ' J . To be a missionary-Florence Mills. To ' -- g ' . To g - , I . ' . To - . T - k K , I 1 . T 2 - T . To ' -' g ' ' . T 2 - , .' 2 . .2 , T ' z - , S. T " ' - ' ' ' S - l 1 . To g' " ' ' ' ' g -- . e , ls' To ' g . - L 2 . .g . H . s ' g ' . 51 JOKES Esther Bartel You know that thlng ln the Gym that you fasten e thlng on to put the thlng on that you jump over Mrs Hofto ln Geometry class to Gladys Emerson Now Gladys Wl you please turn around so the class can see your hgure3 Mr Kazda A gemus IS not born he rs made by years of work an practlce Everyone has an equal chance Margaret Whlte Do you mean to ay that an mmate of an Insane asylum has as much chance as l have3 Mr Kazda Well Margaret l don t know about that The second semester Of CIVIC League government Was clearly a case of MISS Manage Men T LOST AND FOUND All Interest ln Engllsh Finder please deposlt IR wa te basket and call for reward Ethel Cole All hope for the future Danforth My freedom of speech M Whlte All my red mk Fmder return at once as l can not work wnthout It Miss Putcamp My temper Du gan Lost strayed or stolen A CICCTO pony dappled ray u ed to the saddle very gentle dlspo ltlon Please return before final race as l have pmned my falth on hlm Latin Student DYING WORDS OF THE FACULTY Mrs Hofto Draw your Hgure Miss Laycock Now Mr Belyea you re out of order Mlss Putcamp That will never do surely Miss Kunz Sh sh sh sh' MISS Rlchardson Debit and credit Miss Harrls You mustnt waste tlme glrls Mr Savre Hlt the nall not your hnger Mr Kazda Senlors pay up your dues Mr Schmldt Wrlte for your crecllts Mrs South Keep your pencil sharpened Miss Martlndale Step I-llgh JUST FANCY Mr Schmldt Scoldlng MISS Putcamp Loafing and ldllng Miss Laycock ollylng Mr Kazda Thln or any fatter Miss Rlchardson Short or any taller Mrs Hofto Fllrtlng Mlss Harris-Flatterlng Mr Sayre Without hls two wheeled Ford Mrs South Glvlng pralse Mlss Martmdale Slouchmg Mm Kunz Cranky C0 . .. . . h , . . .. .H , L y - 1 , d L S .. - 1 , , . . s . l.. 0 . 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AQ .. , I CONVOCA l ION ETIQUETTE As we are frequently called from our seats rn the auclltorlum to speak ln assembly l am going to set down a few rules and lf you read and remem r them you wxll always be prepared to dellver qu1te a credxtable speech l Step on everyone s toes getting out of your seat 2 Don t fall to stumble at least twrce golng up the steps and lf posslble own lt wlll afford the students lots of fun and also take up tlme 5 Walk across the stage as nolslly as posslble and shuffle your feet as you go 4 Ram your hands xn your pockets and assume a comfortable positron avamst the table You are now ready for your speech 5 Have your mouth full of chewlng gum 0 lf you run out of anything to say you can chew a while 6 Don t talk cllstmctly you mlght dlsturb some of the conversatlons omg on IH the audlence 7 At the end of every sentence stop and laugh a llttle whnle and you wlll have your audlence lauvhmv wlthout taxlng your braln for somethlnv wrtty to say 8 lf you haven t very much to say talk very slowly so you can take up as much tlme as posslble 9 You may stand on only one foot a while to rest the other one and when that one gets tlred change and so on ln order to be perfectly com fortable and to appear at ease whlle speaking I0 Slngle out one or two speclal friends ln the audlence and grm at them occaslonally l l When returmng to your seat make all the racket you can YE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF YE HIGH SCHOOL l Ye must not expectorate on ye floor lf ye expect to rate wlth ye acher 2 Ye must not darken ye portals of ye hall ways durlng ye study hour 3 Ye must not tarry after ye five o clock bell l st ye be revlled and made a mockery of 4 Ye must be speedy to go to ye rooms lest ye deslre tardmess many and tens few Ye must not converse wlth ye pretty UlYlS above ye whisper lest sorrow and humlllatlon befall ye Ye must at all trmes preserve ye solemn demeanor and ye studlous vlsage Ye must climb ye stalrs llke ye monkey lf ye deslre to reach qurcltly ye second floor 8 Ye must not ask ye troublesome questlons lf ye deslre to retaln ye self respect 9 Ye must obey ye teacher ln ye word ye look and ye deed that your honors may be many ln thls ye sanctorum of boolss I0 ThlS above all whate er befall Ye must not on ye blackboard scrawl 61 r- Q v ' , - he - - . . 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H 5. , , . y v , . . . n - , y 1 v RECIPE FOR GRADS Procure some of the best products of the small Hlgh Schools ordlnarxly marketed rn a very pompous and knowmg lt all condltlon and a mmor por tlon of tender green ruralres Be careful that the latter are young and ungranltrc Place ln U H S mrx ln an atom of lVlanual Trammg and an atom of Algebra Add Art Psychology and a liberal quantlty of extra strength Arlthmetlc Stir wrth Practxce leachlng untll capable of being molded stlrrmg should be trenuous and glve over to tte Faculty to be moulded Allow to stand rn a warm atmosphere for two years addlng from time to time a talk from Mr Schm dt a lberal amount of nerve and blqff ln equal quantltles and a few other odds and ends After thls add several Gallons of dxgnlty and Importance some oll of consolation and several dollars worth of the SplCC of life Cover the whole when hrm with sheep skln and cut rnto the slze of ordlnary slzed mortals Your Qemors are now ready for a Job Thelr meetmv It was sudden Thelr meeting lt was sad She sacrrhced her sweet young life Twas the only llfe she had She lres beneath the daxsles On a sunny hlllslde now Ah' There rs always omethmg domg When an auto meets a cow DON T RUBBER f1lSOl.Il'lIJ qslIoo1 Aux Ajsne puv sas O1 punon-2 JI pau1n1 Jsnf I ssnul e 11219 pue panzos 193 1uop MON s nj e ester O1 ueour 1 uplp I MENS GLEE CLUB CONCERT At last through the earnest efforts of ome of the members of our faculty the management of the Men Clee Club has con cnted to grve a concert rn the Envlne Room Saturday evening une 0 2323 A D Vague and mdls tmrt reports have come to us from tme to tlme of the work done by thls not d aggregatxon but we have heretofore been unable to get them to appear ln publlc Seldom do we have an opportunlty llke thls to llsten to men of talent whose every tone IS of the long drawn out kmd A good snzed aud ence lS hoped for THE THREE SIGHS The slghs of practxce teachers Sciences Psychology 62 . , -- Y - , , - D ' 1 I T C S J . -1 . 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MODERN DICTIONARY To the Reader Please add these deflnxtrons to your dlctronary they wlll help to mcrease your vocabulary Accrdent A condltron of affarrs ln whrch presence of mmd IS good but absence of body better Athlete A dngmflecl bunch of muscles unable to spllt wood or slft ashes Automoblle From Engllsh aught to and Latln moveo to move A vehrcle whlch ought to move but frequently cant Bram The top floor apartment ln the Human Block lxnown as the cranlum and kept by the Sarah Slsters Sarah Brum Sarah Bellum and Medulla Oblongata All three are nervous but are always confined to their cells The Bram IS done ln gray and wx hlte and furnlshed wrth llght and heat hot or cold water lf deslred wrth regular connectlons to outslde world by way of the spmal clrcult U ually occuplecl by the lntellect Bros Thoughts and To Cemetery The one place where prmces and paupers porters and presldents are finally on the dead level Chauffeur A man who IS smart enou h to operate an automoblle but clever enough not to own one Echo The only thlng that can cheat a woman of the last word Ether One of the world s three great composer the others are and chloroform whose axrs are pupular among the ufferrng Flunk An expressxon seldom found 1n hngh chool vocabularles Hallway A place where starrs stares meet ldlot From Engllsh lclea and out One who rs first out of Ideas Kld Elther a boxmg glove or a chlld ln elther ca e hard to handle untl well tanned Obeslty A surplus gone to walst Oven The only sport who enjoys an equally hot tlme wlth or without dough Zebra The crook among horses condemned to wear a strlpecl sult for llfe 63 and ideas are lntelligence offices, but sometimes sub-let to joy, Hang-Over . ' s ' , . ' s- gas . . . . S . i 'l . ENDWORD Faculty Alumni Students re xd me for my ITICIIYQ and he lenlent that you may enjoy lauvh at me for my jokes and he not over senslt ve that you may laugh Censure me for my faults but smlle is you do lt that l may be happy If there be among my readers 1 severe tr'txc to hlm l sa, l am not more faulty to hmm than to myself If then th it Crltlc demand why l was prmted this IS my answer Not th xt l thlnlx l rm perfett but th it l xm the I admire your sense of lrumor lut as you censure me l prty you There are thanks for your pralse aclmlratvon for your sense of humor and p ty for your censure Who IS here so sex ere th xt would blame me lf the Jokes were dragged m by the ears3 lf ary peak for hlm l prty XX ho IS here so fool rsh that would not take a 1oke3 If any speak for hun l plty Vvho ns here so licking In talent that he Could not h xve m de me l9etter3 If xny speak for hrm l prty too F4 ' 3 D ' ., .' 2 ' ' 3 ' ' , .. 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O 5 f For Magazines and all Late Newspapers WE ARE HEADQUARTERQ CIG ARS TOBACCO CONI' FL TIONERH Drlnlxs of All Descrlptlon Lownex 'ind Ixeelew Chocolxtes In Boxes R W Smlth Dmme Block Across lfrom Hotel Dacot mlm slualxg fl HV .105 s1a11enbpeaH BIOOHH URNIT RE When ln Need of FURNITURE RUGS DRAPERIPS STONES RANGES come ln and let us supplv xour needs No order too large or none too sm all for our c xreful lttentlon We carrx 1 complete llne of Furnlture Rugs Curtuns md Dr xperles It all tunes Sole lgents for the Sellers Iutthen Cabmets Standard Sewxng, Nlachmes SES Beddmpr Pullman Davenports Lloxd Babx Cirrlages and manv other l1nes of Fimous goods You are mvlted to mspect our stotl M Norman 8t Sons Furmture and Undertakmg 201 903 lxo Third Street Grind Forks N D112 Before enrolllng at All ers Bus1 ness College I attended 1 buslnes college ln St Paul which was reputed to be one of the best Ill the Tum Lxtmes md I must sax that I found the A B C fullv equal rf not superrox to the St Paul school Respectfullx E A PIADI ANID Re ll Fstxte md Insurance Grind Iforks N Dall . 2 - ,1 v CG 79 , .Y 4 7 .V 1 Q . 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Stop at e Chocolate Shop For Your Luneheons lee Creams and B lkely Goods PIES OUR SPECIALTY ODFII, Dry Goods Ready to Wear Garments an Ladles Furnlshlngs The Store of uahty an ervlce Where you see the Styles FIRST Corner of Thnrd Street and Klttson Avenue johnson s Pojpdlar Pmrnee Store GRAND FCDRKS GARMENT SHOP The House xx 1th more than I O00 Ldd1CS and Nllsses Glrments TREPANIER PHARMACY 4 S 3rd S t Grand Forks Prescrlpuons IS Our Speelalty We guarantee expert work and purest drugs and cheml cals Lowest prlces Qualr ty oonsldered 1 4 A' I A f X 9 9 Th C ' ' ' " r t A Y , A r C ' ' ' Y d Y 3 . -'Q . . 0 t r . Q Y dr 1 . I 1 I S H . X R I ' H w r ' Y r ee, Shearer- I or use ee,e.eL. 9 , O t T m 2 y Q , 5 . ,- r - Y , ek , ' ' y . ' . 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When In Town Don t Forget to Call at Black s Purlty Sweet Shop For Somethmg Good to Eat or Drlnk Northwestern Natlonal Bank Blllldlllg DeMers Avenue THE AMERICA THE PEoPLEs PAPER The paper that goes lIlt0 the homes Owned and controlled by farmers of the Red Rlver Valley Largest evenlng e1rculat1on111 North Dakota 9 , O , - C . BPMIS 85 HANSON Buick Dealers 210 lDeXIerb Xxenue C rand lc rks X D X orthwestc rn The Brzglnfesi Spoi ln Town Huesgen S Jewelry 09 DLXIUS Axe C rmd lorlxe 'NI D 114 L J " 1 V 1 V V , w , ,A ' W , 'Y 1 1 , , ' .J e ' r- ' W ' Y N ' Y 3 W , , i ' ' 1 1 NJ w W Y I Y 1 , w I ' w Q ' . 1 " ' 3 1 W 1 Y w 1 ' l 1 -1, N H, ' 1 2 f- l is l - l Q f A1 AA I NI X , 1 e .4 e ,1 e Y V lf- 1 V' O l A p14 . ' . I' Y 1 --- , , ,,,,,,,, A 5 4, ., , - - fe 1 I X Thats All We Do W Wff I R Bmkcn Lcnsu Pmmptlx Rcplucd INCOQDOPATED HOFF S PHOTO STUDIO VVHFW INI-LD OI KOO PHOTOS DONT FAIL TO SEB STUDIO 200 SO FOLRTH ST A 'T' - I X , Vlf Q ' I . ,. AAN, ., ANA, I . pf , gg X21 X A xy f jaw v k X XXI Y, I It ff' ,M4 , Iixzuuinc Ifyvs :md lfurnish L'UI'I'l'CfIIIQ Glasses BLUI' X 'If IDU l'l' IGHT 7 ,I IN ' Q ' 7 5 I D US. Iqhe Metropolltan Theatre RXXIJ IORIXQ N S xx Iikoxxx Xlc X Il 1 l 1111111 lr Ph t D11 I X I IX 1 nur I uuu cmu The Uruverslty Co Qperatlve Store Dealers 1n new and second hand text books COMPLETE STOCK OF COLLEGE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Speelal AKICIIIIOH Gwen to the Fountaln Pen Tr ide Y' 0 61,3 5 '.,f.I7.xK. fu A QR. XY II IC R If Q L' :X I, I 'I' Y NI If IC 'I' S UNI, ' :X'I"liR.-XL"I'IUNS P.-XRAICXL'Iil.l,lCXCI-I PRIfSIfX'I'IfIJ lik ff11f1'1' fn l.'lf'1'!'A' 111 lljflll-l'Il1.K'.Y .1111 x1'111'11f fv ' V C0111 ICD Y, DR,l.lI.'I OR .lR'I' U1 u H-Play Pl'1lg1I'ZlIU Cwmist nf GUI, ' ', ' .-IND l7U.Y l'l'f.l'l' 'RFS Yun are :Ivays sur' of an "wing uf pn-x"L'ct 1 'lt A 'I' 'Ii H IC KI Ii 'I' o o . 1-I fi l. . . . E i We ley College Summer Term Ill lllll lxuu 1 my 1 llll l l DNN! 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X I XRINIUI If ll.xl,x.fI"m'Y1ung ' f . 5'p'1"1f Rain for .N'11n11114'1', 51.35 P1 r Ulml' ll'1ss .Km l' 'z 'um fur the Summer Term, or fm' tlw Nc' t L' ll 'gc' Ye: 1 tw NYE., C ' COl,l.lfGl'f, 'XI 'L Q " '. ,' " , Y The Great Amerlean Gas and O11 Company J F BRYANS 36-Cretlry WM Cl IFFORD President Is lIll0I'pOI'lI6fl under the Blue Sky Lrw of the Stlte of Norfh Dakoti for the purpose of developmg the Gas md O11 ln the Mohall fleld This fleld has already produced many shallow Grs Wells some of whlch show over one hundred pounds rock pressure Professor Howard E Slmpson Assxstant State Geologrst of the Umverslty of North Dakota m a report to the Company has oufllned what he belleves to be a well defmed 8I1IlLllI19 and has recommended he Slllklllg of a twenty foot well thereon S lock IS now sellmg at One Dollar per share For further mformatlon wrlte THE GREAT AMERICAN GAS AND OIL COMPANY Mohall North Dakota Gezst s Are the oldest and most rellable lmonse ln the state for Candles lce Cream and Baked DCIICHCICS They send thlngs by eapress mall or frelght MCNe1l Butter Kzst Pop Corn Metropolltm Crand Forks Cpcra House North Dzkotz COHfCCIlOHCfy C O N 1 -I .,. t,k.,,c .11 , t f If L K fkl 1 N . 1w1 D l 1 I n QL! 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