University of Wisconsin Superior - Gitche Gumee Yearbook (Superior, WI)

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I JIM DAN HIU. LIBRARY1 I UNIVERSITY Of WISCONSIN SUPERIOR SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN_ I Paste, Pictures, Print ► Publication of 1941 Gitche Gummee Patricia Greene, Senior Adviser; Betty Leamon, Editor-in-Chief; Francis EveraU, Business Manager.In Presentim the 1941 We have attempted to fashion for you the key to college life. In the effort, we have often resorted to indiscreet methods, such as peeking through key holes. lust let down your hair, become a "Peeping Tom” with us, and if you don't get an eyeful, we’ll eat this dazzling but indigestible offering without the benefit of salt. Perhaps you can't see the gold in every word right now, but in yon dim and distant future when you stumble on this dusty (or rusty?) volume in a chance trip to the attic, we guarantee the happy remembrances that follow will pay compound interest. While peeking through a keyhole, we discovered an impish little Indian fellow. We were simply crazy about him, to say the least, and decided to adopt him as our own, naming him GiGu of the Gitche Gurnee. Consequently, you will find the playful GiGu adorning the pages of this unique volume. GiGu is just as anxious as we are to present you with the school year's key, which, he guarantees, will not tarnish, rust, or vanish in mid air.To the students whose active participation and promotion of a wide scope of school activities form the keystone of college life. 5A salute is in order for a colonel and a major! When Uncle Sam’s army beckoned, two faculty members departed as officers. Colonel Jim Dan Hill, president of Superior State Teachers College, reported for a year’s service in the one hundred and twentieth field artillery, which also claimed the duties of Major Herbert M. Weeks, professor of chemistry. “A school teacher pinch-hitting as an army officer" was the opinion expressed by the colonel concerning his position. However, the two officers have found army life very agreeable. MAJOR HERBERT M. WEEKS tfUA- d,etvVce Ca»s COUOSE'-!'»Under the intelligent guidance President Smith, school life advances in an orderly and efficient manner. An active participant in educational life is Dr. Sundquist who serves as official representative of Superior State Teachers College on the State Board of Normal School Regents. CHIEF EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT SMITH regent doctor sundquist. fra. Neither did he speak nor listen, But as one bewildered sat he, Looking dreamily and sadly.IF C«o«- - v F ! ? % + Keeping ai b routine running smooimy . m« ,,ia. v i3 uu-formed by a quartet of clerical workers which'consists of - Miss lind-ford, assistant secretary; Miss Bock, financial secretary; Miss McKinnon, president's secretary; Miss Williams, recorder. The efficiency of Ihe library service is revealed lo a student who is assisted by Miss Klaybunde.Our roving photographers snapped this picture of Miss Ohman, deeply engrossed in watching her budding actors in rehearsal. Miss Poole, Physiology. Mr. Arlausky, Physical Education. Miss Hovland, Critic Miss Carsley, Supervision. Miss Ohman, English. Mr. R. C. Williams, fvlinpruicinnMiss Walde, assistant librarian, has no trouble getting the deer to eat out of her hand and we’re not a bit surprised! Miss Walde, Assistant Librarian. Miss Flogstad, Mathematics. Miss Monger, Critic. Miss Williams, Critic Mr. Schliep, Music. Miss Pennie, Critic. Amiable' WaSt7JT ss pardonable pride j, gx sxsL sssnMiss Deaton, our demure little English instructor, can tell interesting stories of how the folks in Mississippi shoot off fire crackers as part of their Christmas festivities. Mr. Langley, the college registrar and instructor in geography and aviation, is a very busy man but he always has time to help students solve their individual problems. o" V.'" Mr. Loop, our genial dean of men and able instructor in Education for students in the Division of Secondary Education, keeps himself close to the lives of the college students and is every one’s good friend.Miss Seguin of the Science Department is snapped feeding her goldfish. u;; a,'on Miss Wilson takes great pleasure in renewing her friendly relationships with McCaskill School children whenever her work on the college faculty in Education takes her to the training school. We introduce those two jolly good sports and sports directors, Miss Dalziel and Miss Davies, who comprise the feminine section of the Physical Education Department. Mr. Whitney, Principal, Junior High School. Miss Whelan. Critic. Miss Loth, Latin-Spanish. Mr. Whereatt, Athletics. Miss Clark, History.'J'neux, Atiss MacOuilkin, English. Mr. Woods, Librarian. Aliss Glass, Music. Pa use to fiiuYu-tiams and share 'way Unthln8s ovcr in the Jfr°yneux 3y Up °n the third floZr ™ " 'The rapt faces of these second grade children are ite evidence of Miss Williams’ skill in the art of storv mute evidence of Miss Williams’ skill in the art of story telling. She is one of our McCaskill School critics. Afiss Whelan and Miss Monger look over interesting material with two McCaskill School children. The former teaches A athematics and the latter, Social Science, in the Junior High School. Two charming newcomers to the McCaskill School faculty who have already endeared themselves to children and students alike are Miss DeGriselles of the Kindergarten and Miss Castle, who teaches the first grade. tf'sS 0i0s' REnilish‘ » ■ iW'!sC rrilic. inkMr. Miller’s attention is diverted from the realm of geology to give the cameraman a break. “Without going into any horrible detailas the gentleman at the extreme left would say, we introduce that august body of intellectual giants—the Social Science Department. They are, reading from left to right, Mr. Carey, Mr. McKee, Miss Waite, Miss Monger, Mr. Pitkin, and Mr. Lund. Miss Clark, another one of these intelligentsia, was not present when this picture was taken. Miss Peter and Miss Pennie, charming and very able critics in thcd sixth and fifth gradiJ of McCaskill School gel together to talk over M new course of study. M We suspect from the surprised and slightly amused 1 expression on his face that] some ambitious young stu-j dent of psychology has given Mr. Mmy a new slant on the concept of learning. This year our photographer snapped Mr. Schliep in one of those rare moments which he occasionally snatches away from classes and orchestra practice to spend among his books in the Music Department office. Miss Barse wends her wa; homeward after a busy dai supervising in the primal grades. J Mr. Van Patter and his secretary, Miss Peterson, are busy locating jobs for prospective teachers.Emily Carey in an unusually chastened mood—we wonder if Doc had just slipped her a lolly-pop. Five Fortunate Faculty Fathers Mr. Lund with his little daughter, Sigrid—who reminds us of our favorite doll. Jimmy, getting a head start in Colonial History from his father, Mr. Pitkin.SENIORSDOROTHY ACKLEY. B. Ed.; Palnesvllle, Ohio; H.S.T. ROBERT AKER. B.S.; Superior, Wisconsin; H.S.T.: Rllle Club; Owl and Serpent; Ch«m. Society. MARIANNA AMES. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; lot.. President; Alpha Kappa. OILBERT ANDERSON. Ocema. Wisconsin; Rural. St Or.; Sigma Rho, President Treasurer: Speech Club: International Relations Club; Pep-tomisL JEAN ARSENEAU. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin- K. P. Delta Sigma, Sergeant-at-Arms President. KATHERINE BARTLEME. B. Ed Superior. Wiscosin. K. P Delta Sigma, Treasurer. LENORE BELL. B. S.; Superior. Wisconsin; I Lambda Sigma Lambda, urer, Vice-President, dent; Inter-dub Council, Idcnt; Owl and Serpent; national Relations Club. GENE BERUBE. B. S.; Iron River. Wisconsin; I L.D.C. MYRTLE BLIXT. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; I Sigma Omega. Sccretat) Club; A Cappella Choir. 1 KATHRYN BODIN’; Washburn. Wisconsin; Lambda Sigma Lambda; K. P.. Secretary; Glee Club; Chorus; A Cappella Choir; Vodvll; Sigma Oamma Chi; College Triple Trio; Christmas Pageant. EILEEN BOUCHER. B. Ed.; Spooner. Wisconsin; K.P.; Sigma PI, Secretary, President; Choir; Olec Club. LEORA BRADSHAW. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; K.P.; W. A.A.; Ole Club.EVELYN BRAPP. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin: K.P.; Vlee-Pres'dent • Qlo Club; A Cappella Choir; Orchestra; Rand: Owl and Serpent; College Triple Trio. MAPIAN BRAUN. B. Ed.: Shell Lake. Wisconsin; K.P.; Sigma Omega. President. Secretary; A Cappella Choir. Secretary; Glee Club; Music Concert Chorus; Owl and Serpent. ELAINE BROBERO. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; K. P.. Trea'urer; A Cappella Choir. President; Sigma Omega; Olee Club; Owl and Serpent; College Triple Trio. RE MONA BROWN. B. Ed.; Cloquet. Minnesota; K. P. Olee Club; Sigma Gamma Chi. HOWARD CAMERON. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; H.S.T. L.D.C., Secretary; Interna, tlonal Relations Club. MARY CAMERON. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; K.P.; Inter-Club Council; Lambda Sigma Lambda. Secretary, Vice-President. VT.T Pres ILENE CARLSON. B. Ed.; Prd Superior. Wisconsin; Oamma Inlet Phi Epsilon, President; Int. Dept.. Treasurer; Intcr-Clut Council. t.S.T SIORID CARLSON. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; Sigma Omega; Int., Secretary. 4.S.T VERA CARROLL, B. Ed.; CM Superior, Wisconsin; Int.; Del- ta Sigma. MARY COLLINS. B. Ed.; Bessemer. Michigan; Owl and Serpent: International Rela- tions Club; Peptomlst; Gltche Gurnee; A Cappella Choir; Int. Dept., Secretary. NORMAN COPELAND. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; H.S.T.; Chemistry Club; Senior Class. Secretary, Treasurer. IRENE COX, B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin;; H.S.T.; Peptomlst, Editor; W.A.A., Secretary; Owl and Serpent.LEU A CROWLEY, Durand, Illinois. K. P. ELEANOR DALLATORRE. B. Ed.; Hurley, Wisconsin; Int. ANNE DANIELSON. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; Rural St. Or.; Sigma Rho; International Relations Club. IRIS DEI.IN, B. Ed.; Webster. Wisconsin; H.S.T. Sigma Oamma Chi. President W.A.A., Treasurer. President Inter-Club Council, Secretary Owl and Serpent. AMY EKHOLM. Washburn. Wisconsin; Int. Treasurer: Sigma Pi. Treas. urer; Sigma Gamma Chi. LORRAINE FI.YNN. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; Int. retary; Tau Alpha Chi, President. RUTH FOSVIG. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; H.S.T.; Lambda Sigma Lambda; Orchestra: A Cappclla Choir; String Ensemble; College Trio; Glee Club. ROBERT FEIDLER. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; H.S.T. PATRICIA FITZGERALD. B. Ed.; South Range. Wisconsin; K.P., President; Tau Alpha Chi, Treasurer. President. AGNES GAZDIK. Ino, Wisconsin; Rural St. Gr. MARY GLONEK. Superior, Wisconsin; Rural St. PATRICIA GREENE. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; H.S.T. Delta Sigma. Vice-President Treasurer: Bellman Adviser Sr. Class Play. General Chair man; Gitche. Edltor-ln-Chlel Sr. Adviser.DELORES GRILLS, B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; K.P. GERALD IIAACK, H. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Delta Then, President; Senior President; Concert Scries. Bus. Manager; Band; Orchestra. RAYMOND HALVERSON, B. S.; Porter. Minnesota: H.S.T.; Football; B.B., manager; "$" Club. WAYNE HANSON. B.S.; Superior, Wisconsin; H.S.T. HENNINO HOLTZ. B.S.; Superior, Wisconsin; IIST. L.S.A.; A Cappella Choir C.P.T. LAURENCE HUGHES. B.S.; Superior. Wisconsin, H.S.T. PAUL ISRAELS. B.S.; Webster. Wisconsin; H.S.T. L.D.C.; A Cappella Choir Gl« Club; Quartette. ELYA HUEBSCHER. Wascott, Wisconsin; Rural St Or.; Glee Club; Sigma Rho. ELLEN JACQUES, Exeland. Wisconsin; Rural St Or.; Sigma Rho; W.A.A. KENNETH JOHNSON. B. Ed.: Superior, Wisconsin: H.S.T. German Club; Orchestra String Ensemble. MAXINE JOHNSON. H. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin: Int Lambda Sigma Lambda. WALTER JOHNSON. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; H.S.T Owl and Serpent Club.IRVIN KLASCHUS. B. Ed.: Superior, Wisconsin; H.S.T. JEANNE KNUDSEN. B. Ed.: Superior. Wisconsin; H.S.T,; Alpha Kipp . Vice President. President. Alpha P«l un n; Vice-President ol Senior Class. ELODIE KNUTSON, B. Ed.; Cumberland, Wisconsin: K. P.. Vice-President; A Cappella Choir; Olte Club; College Triple Trio. VIRGINIA KANE. B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; K.P.; W. A.A.; Sl£ma Rho; Sigma Gamma Chi. FERN KINO. Superior, Wisconsin; K.P.; Choir; Glee Club. ERNEST KINNEE. B.S.; Superior. Wisconsin; Owl and Serpent. H.S.T.; EDITH LAMBERT. B. Ed. Superior, Wisconsin; Int. NAOMI LAVIN, B. Ed.; Iron River. Wisconsin; K.P.; Sigma Oamma Chi, President. Vice-President, Secretary; Band; Glee Club; A Cappella Choir; Vodvil; Chorus; Inter- a I Ciub Council. RUTH LINDSTRO.V. B. Ed Superior. Wisconsin; Peptomlst. AONES I.UOOWSKI. Superior. Wisconsin; Rural St. Or.; Sigma Rho. DORIS LUNDQUIST, B. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin; K.P.; Olee Club; Chorus. WILLIAM McCUSKER. B.S.; Superior. Wisconsin; H.S.T.; Fex; German Club; Inter-Fraternity Council; Social Chairman; Gltchc, Sports Editor, Fraternity Editor.ROXANNE McNETT. “irl. Wisconsin; K.P.; Sigma ncga. President; Inter-Club Council. FRANCES MARCINAK. R. Ed.; Superior. Wisconsin. «. P. W.A.A., Treasurer. ALICE MOE. B. Ed.; Superior, Wisconsin; K. P. Delu Sigma; Alpha P»l Omc ALYCE MOREY. B.S.; Cable. Wisconsin: Alpha Kappa; W.A.A.; I.R.C.; Speech Club; Sigma Gamma Cbl. FLORENCE MUNNINGS, B. Ed.: Superior, Wisconsin; K.P.; Gamma Phi Epsilon, Treas-urer; W.A.A.; Band; Orchestra; Glee Club. CLIFFORD NORDEEN. B.S.; Superior, Wisconsin; M.S.T. ELNA NORDLEY, South Range. Wisconsin; Rural St. Or.; Sigma Rho. GLORIA NYOREN, B.S.; Superior. Wisconsin; H.S.T.; International Relations Club; German Club; Speech Club; Owl and Serpent; Alpha Kappa. RICHARD OLSON. R.S.; Washburn. Wisconsin; H.S.T.; Thundcrblrd; Primary Course In Civilian Pilot Training; Lambda Delta Chi. KATHRYN PEABODY. Clear Lake. Wisconsin; Rural St. Or.; Sigma Rho. LORRAINE PELTO. Brule. Wisconsin: Rural St. Or.; Sigma Rho; Olec Club. ERMA PETERSON. B E.; Superior. Wisconsin; I.N.T.; Glee Club: Inter-Club Council: Oitche; Peptomlst; Alpha Kap-pa- $5 ’ « S» V0, •s Rr v£ C - 0.-JU cV"' v t,0 , s'- C NV ’ e. .. 01• $ A 9£?c V c  ' HeZ i,' ,c%n,,' : ft m$m ■ ot 7V asw - cftfcu 7,,; Oig g ngss. fltf V'5, v Uf 33 Bob Aker and Marian Braun check over a list of suggestions for the contribution to be made to the school by the 1941 Senior Class. 34 Side Glances at Seniors An interest in future jobs is displayed by Roxanne McNett, who is filling out an application’ blank, and by Evelyn Braff and Elaine Broberg who are getting a slant on the technique to be used. The practice teacher in action is Walt Anderson whose attention is focused on the work of a young art pupil.Standing: Carol Shcr. Iris Delin, Ernest Ki-nnit-, Lcnoro Bell, Norman Copeland, Mary Collins, Evelyn Braff. Seated: Robert Aker. Elaine Broberg. Gloria Nygren. Marian Braun, Irene Cox, Walton Anderson. Owl and Serpent The intelligent smiles have revealed that this is STC’s “Blue-ribbon Gang". Although ordinarily restricted to twelve seniors with grade-point averages of two or above, a lucky thirteenth member was added this year. Trade secret—the thirteen find their voodo charms are most effective on the profs when prepared within a magic circle of books. Entre nous—night owls can also be very gay. Public attention — our prominent alumni will soon have to move over just thirteen places.;C £ All the tribes beheld the signal. Saw the distant smoke ascending.CLUBS-ACTIVITIES •Vi 37Ughto Curtain'. The touts ot backstage creation ... Barney and Nasc-Vius. THREE CORNERED MOON By Gertrude Tonkonogy Under the direction of Miss Kathryn Ohman Mrs. Rimplegar....Dorothy Tannert Douglas Rimplegar ............... ............... Bartlett Everson Kenneth Rimplegar ........Ray Lile tenny. the maid.....Elizabeth Huber :d Rimplegar........Keith Naselius Elizabeth Rimplegar ............. .................Joyce Dickinson Donald ...Lloyd Brownell Dr. Alan Stevens.....Swan Hanchett Kitty____________________Pat Weins Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatic fraternity, is represented at Superior State Teachers College by the Alpha Lambda chapter. Yearly Miss Kathryn Ohman of the English Department provides capable guidance for this group of industrious and talented amateurs. Miss Ohman’s knowledge of stagecraft plus the zeal of the Alphas worked hand in hand this year to produce "Three Cornered Moon" and "Jane Eyre". Both were praised by a student body that, like the critic of Broadway, defies the drama to entertain. JANE EYRE Senior Class Play By Charlotte Bronte Under the direction of Miss Kathryn Ohman Jane Eyre.........Shirley Krcmbs Edward Fairfax Rochester...... ..............James McDermott Mrs. Fairfax, the housekeeper.. ..............Marion lo Conroy Grace Poole.............Pat Weins Mr. Mason..._.........Ray Arimond Blanche Ingram.....Jeanne Knudsen Rita Walter Sealed: Marion Jo Conroy, Joyce Dickinson, Jeanne Knudsen, Elodie Knudson, Shirley Krembs. Patricia Weins. Dorothy Tannert, Bette Myers. Standing: Keith Naselius, Wilson Landrum, Bernard Gehrman, Don Paffel. Scott Stokoe, James McDermott, Glenn Naselius, Ray Arimond. Douglas Brown, Thomas Murphy. Not present: Fern Rockwood, Ray Lile, Wayne Hanson, Elizabeth Huber.Kenneth flunks (?) Riniplegar ( his exams! Shave Rochester (Jim McDermott) questions his governess, Jane Eyre (Shirley Krembs) under the sharp eye of the housekeeper (Ja Conroy). Blanche Ingram (Jean Knudsen) and her mother (Rita Walter) attempt to monopolize the attentions of Mr. Mason (Ray Anmond). Grace Poole (Pa. weins) threatens the housekeeper. jBBSssssaaea' his forecasts. "Children, rememhrr i , ™Th'rr',D0r0,hy T'nM11™' three Cornered Moon”).Top row: Lorna Wallman, Evelyn Outslck, Ethel Crall, Shirley Walker. Helen Skoog, Jean Carton. Middle row: Katherine Rartclme, Belly Armstrong, Kern Molbcrg. Gertrude Hayes, Alice Buran, Phyllis Kitchel, Elizabeth Huber, Eleanor Smith, Louise Keaouyh. Bottom row: Eleanor Johnson, Marjorie Brown. Helen Krogstad. Lois MacLcnnon, Marian Brown, Aidajanc Jensen. Muriel Amundson, Miriam Avcrbrook. Edna Bayne, Marian Green. Doris Wittwer Ellen Levandoski, Dorothy Tannert Ivy Radi Kindergarten-Primary Department Miss Barse, Adviser. Joyce InjEvaldtor. .Mary Cameron ■Marjorie Lorlmor Vircinia Warner Nona Brown Alpha Landin Mary Ostenso That the students of the Kindergarten-Primary Department work and play together has become a tradition. A picnic around a roaring fire on a September evening was followed by a candle-light supper with the faculty guests in November. Social activities were rounded out by a Christmas get-together with the girls of the Intermediate Department and a mothers' faculty tea in the spring. A group of Juniors and Seniors has organized a student branch of the Association for Childhood Education, sponsoring small group excursions to places of interest in Superior. "Know your community” is its slogan. Nona Rcctchcr Atargle Jean Oyaas llcnc Wangen l.uclllc Bugel Atarjoric Rcrquist Marion Lutz Elaine Brobcrg Florence Enslcy Delores Orillt Ruth Wlddcs Hudson, Vera Link, Rlanchc Larsen, Beatrice Frances McMnhan,Genevieve Anderson Nellie Jones Marion Conroy Introducing prospective teachers of tots! Barbara Kasmark Cedle Durand Kathrynmac Hillman Laola Funne Left to right: Kathryn Bodin, Margaret Bartncss, Ruthbcryl Jarvis, Dorothy Nelson, June Christenson, Lorraine Wucrth. Shirley .Anne Zachau Sullivan MabSott Gloria Carlson Jean iclaon Louise Milchesky Jean Vivian Arseneau Anderson Top row: Margaret Ormasen, Mary Sullivan. Arleen Omernlk. Patricia Fitzgerald. Frances Amery. Margaret Hayden, Elodlc Knutson. Patricia Green. Dorothry Schak. Middle row: Lois Kolstad. Norma Bach. Jean Krause, Mildred Holmbcrg, Doris Lundquist, Joyce Bowers, Laura Etrahm, Dorothwy Frederick, Lelia Crowley. Bottom row: Etliel Pclerson, Agnes Aamodt, Elaine Sandstrom. Madeline Johnson. Florence Mannings, Virginia Kane, Dorothy Rerwatd. Jean McParlln, Irene Wellman.Marjorie Vine Eileen Kevin Vera Carroll Olga Olson Betty Hartlund Jean Haglund lean Anderaon Jeanette Amoa Annabellc Haglund Jean Wick Doris Wolean P.lranor Sullivan Marcella Patterson Marjorie Dybedal Margaret Pelletier Dorothy Anderaon Lorraine Ellison Gertrude Soraneer Erma Peterson Fay Anderson Victoria Ootsky Marianna Ames Edith Lambert llene Carlson Muriel Mills Lorraine Flynn Gene Hanson Intermediate Department OFFICERS Miss Waite, Adviser President......Bernice Brown Vice-President......Margaret Franzen Secretary..............Doris Wolean Treasurer............Mildred Johnson Both educational and social are the aims of the intermediate organization. Which concluded a busy year with an annual parent-faculty tea in May. Through organization the group tries to develop character traits, to learn club procedure, and to acquaint students with other members of the Intermediate Department. Among other social activities were a buffet supper, a Christmas party with the Kindergarten-Primary Department, and a theatre party. Phyllis NoUn Irene Moe Betty Brandenburg La Vera Wicsenhulter Jean West Mildred Johnson Dorothy Perdval Betty Wolle Maxine Johnson Eleanor Dallatorre Berenice Brown Geneva Mork Mary Collins Marion Marble Mary Kay Shea Myrtle Borgstrum Ellen Sonby Janet Jenda June Llndstrom Agnes Thannum Alice Coveyou Emily Peterson Doris Phillips Slgrid Carlson Florence Togstad Lorraine Krooks Amy Ekholm Irmagard BramcrEllen Jacques Richmond Banks Elna Nordley Leona Garbisch Julia Adams Lillian Bleskan Patricia Dencen Dorothy Pudas Marvin Warbelow Adeline Schramke William Stivers Alice Kioski Lorraine Tebeau Gordon Johnson Santa and his dears. Kathryn Peabody Fern King Pearl Anderson Bill Hamlin LaVerne Simons Russell Nelson Betty Toknr Mary Glonek Gilbert Anderson Wanda Summcrfield Agnes Lugowski Ruth Witt Ethel Autio Astrid Alork Gene Edgette Evelyn Peterson Elva Huebscher Jean Rasmussen Sigma Rk o Miss Cams, Miss Carsley, Advisers First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester Betty Tokar............President.................Gilbert Anderson Gene Edgette...........Vice President.....Donald Soderlund William Hamblin........Secretary..................Evelyn Peterson Margaret Olson.........Treasurer..........Margaret Olson Several parties highlighted the social affairs of the Sigma Rho. Outstanding in the events was the annual Christmas party. A number of educational meetings were held which proved beneficial to all future rural teachers. The department published a paper containing news of the club and alumni. Educational programs, a picnic, and a field trip completed the activities for the year. Joyce Oesterreich Hazel Rantala Charlotte Johnson Margaret Olson Lorraine Pclto Ann Gazdik Allen Schricher 43OFFICERS Standing: Beryl Martin, Lorraine Lundberg. Seated: Mary Carlson, Marilyn Johnson ■ ■ Gram High Department it' - Consulting group records is Mr. Almy, adviser of the department. A group outing is in store for Frances, Lorraine, and Lawrence. Theodore Anderson Edward Barber June Berglund Mary Louise Carey Mary Carlson Frances Doherty Douglas Drolsum Nathan Esselstrom Victoria Fedyn Lauretta Hicks Marilyn Johnson Betty Leamon Virginia Leamon Laurel Lien John Liskan Lorraine Lundberg Beryl Martin Lawrence Martin Peter McHugh Merritt Williams Douglas Drolsum is enlightening Grammar-Junior High students.b Club The Sp eec Dr. Max Molyneux dviser Frank Skerbeck..............■■■■ Don Johnson —...............Vice President Doris Ostrom....................Secretary DAY IN Standing: Howard Midbust, Lyle Herman, Gilbert Anderson, Frank Skeibcck. Seated: Jack Merrihew, Maxine Lindstrom, Doris Ostrom, Caxo Sher, Dr. Molyneux, Keith Naselius. Not Present: Theron Torgeson, Truman McNulty, Kenneth Abrahamson, Howard Klopp, John Kelly, Bette Mullaney, Donald Johnson. "No third term—we don’t want dictatorship'. America must unite with South America'. Conscription will lead us into war'. Dictatorship'." are familiar phases which one might hear issuing lorth from 218 when the Speech Club meets on Thursday. They indicate the diversity of opinion found among the members who have as their adviser, Dr. Max Molyneux. This year the varied activities of the club included a political rally in assembly complete with speeches and a bomb thrown by "Communist Joe11, radio round table discussions, a debate tournament at Gustatus Adolphus, a James Whitcomb Riley Poetry Program, and radio plays with original scripts.Mary Collins caught in the corridors. Men with literary polish . . . Bill Mc-Cusker and Jim McDermott. A couple of sports tanatics . . . Kenny Samuelson and George Butler. GITCHE GUMEE STAFF Miss MacQuilkin, Adviser Betty Leamon.......................Editor-inChief Francis Everall.................Business Manager Patricia Greene....................Senior Adviser George Baxtrum.........Assistant Business Manager Mary Collins.......................Faculty Editor Virginia Leamon...................Sorority Editor William McCusker................Fraternity Editor Iames McDermott.................Dramatics Editor Cenncth Samuelson......Men's Athletics Co-Editor George Butler..........Men's Athletics Co-Editor Leona Garbisch......Women’s Athletics Co-Edi,tor Doris Ostrom.........................Art Editor Helen Mattson.......................Copy Writer Barbara Olsen............................Copy Writer Robert Retzer...............Chief Photographer Vernon Schroeder..................Photographer Archie Nicollette....................Photographer William Green.....................Photographer Key Bob Retzer performing magic at the en-larging machine. izers Who’s the imp hind the door? be- Two GiOu enthusiasts . . . Bette Leamon and Pat Greene. George Baxtrum, Francis Everall, and a new contract. Flash!... Archie Nicollet te "shoots” another victim. aio The culmination of twelve months’ work — that’s the Gitche. The editor ponders on style beneath a hot summer sun; autumn sees the staff receiving assignments and photographers beginning to snap bits of college life; Gitche printers tide over the winter by gazing at the earliest pictures and wishing that the copy writers might receive prompter inspiration. Re-1 suit — a school key appears with the flowers of spring. Picture gazing: Doris Ostrom. Helen Mattson, Barbara Olsen, Ginne Leamon.A well-rounded editorial conference with the two editors-in-chief . George Baxtrum and Le-nore Bell. Flute, Evelyn Braff, Betty Hartlund; piccolo, Marianna Myers; Eb-clarinet, Lome Budnick; Bb-clarinet, Robert Sladky, Emil Rogo. Clyde Lcrand, Jack Olson. Robert Ora-din, Nancy Downs, Gerald Haack, Harry Enger, Arthur Stubb, Jerome Meronek, Walter Nelson; saxophones, Aidajane Jenson, Beverly Johnson. Doris Lcndu. Ralph Thompson; Oboe, Helen Gauper; bassoon, Marjorie Oyaas; cornet-trumpet, Ruth Lee, Corlett Roberts,Virgil Everson, Charles Scott, Stanley Karwoski, John Tift, Phyllis McLcllan; French horn, Nona Scheide,, Faith Mickelson, Marguerite Lewis, Connie Hertlein, Kenneth Riley; baritone, Lyle Babcock, Richard Greenberg, Charles Whitford; trombone, Eugene Jacobson, Florence Munnings, Melvin Knutson, Charles Wilson; tuba. Dale Werner, Ted Anderson, Yest Smith; string bass, Clyde Galles, Beverly Barrett; pcrcus-sion, James McQuaid, Naomi Lavin, Eugene Lundholm. Director of Concert Band, Mr. William Schliep. Director of Marching Band, Miss Phyllis Glass. A music organization with a dual personality, that’s STC’s band. When the Pep band takes over at football and basketball games or at assemblies, the spirit generated would send any team to victory; and when the band goes formal and gives an assembly concert or an evening program in May, the orchestra gets competition to be reckoned with. An "orancre and black” rendition. Miss Phyllis Glass, Director.violin, Uharlw Fogerlin (concert master). Ruth Fosvig. Kenneth Johnson. Geneva Mork. Beverlee Barrett. Eugenie Dodd. Edward Burgraff, Gladys Forslund. Lois MacLennon, Joyce Dickenson. Leslie Moore. Lois Koby, Allen Carlson. Shirley Larsen. Paul Graber. Ronald Scott; viola, Phyllis Glass. Wesley Park. Gerhard Tostrud, Robert Gradin. Wayne Chandler, cello, Arlene Strandberg. Glen Erickson. Marjorie Berquist. Marion Winquist; string bass. Clyde Galles, Mary Green, Dorothy Schak. Marion Hanson; flute. Evelyn Braff, Betty Hart-lund. Marianna Myers; oboe. Helen Gauper; Clarinet Robert Sladky. Clyde Lerand; bassoon, Marjorie Oyaas; French horn. Nona Scheide. Faith Mickelson, Marguerite Lews. Connie Hert lein. comet, Ruth Lee. Corlett Roberts, trombone. Charles Wilson. Florence Munnings, Lyle Babcock, percussion. James McQuaid, Eugene Lundholm. STRING QUARTET Leslie Moore ....1st violin Ruth Fosvig.............2nd violin Phyllis Glass.........viola Glen Erickson..........cello COLLEGE CONCERTS December 8. 1940 ----- Hand I s Messiah College Choral Society and Orchestra March 5. 1941 ...................... ___.Orchestra and Wo men's Glee Club March 19. 1941------The Siberian Singers April 25. 1941 A Cappella Choir May 15. 1941. Band and Men’s Gleo Club May 28. 1941........ — Spring Concert Choir and Orchestra Under the able direction of Mr. William Schliep. the orchestra opened up on its power in performance to help make this one of the best musical seasons in STC’s history. The March concert of Beethoven which fen lured Ruth Swanson as soloist, was an inspiration. With Mendelssohn’s “Hymn of Praise”, an overture to “Martha", and a rhumba from Harl McDonald's Second Symphony, the orchestra displayed versatility in the Spring Concert. Indeed, students have come to feel that they can tone up when its orchestra tunes up. Mr. William Schlicp, Director3 Women s Glee Club Raret gdcn. or h Jolms n E di Knu son. Paifli arso'nf Helen Le andski. Yv nn Uchke Mar orie McKeague” Connie Mellon, Louise Miichesky, Ruth Nelson, Fern Rockwood, Faye Thompson, Patricia Weins, Jean Wick, lean Yeakey; JgSK iS n lSlS.S or Messiah” or in making the Annual Spring concert a smashing finale to a top musical season, the Men s ana Women s Clubs vocally procalim that they are two or STC’s most popular musical organizations, both by members and audience attracted. As separate units, the Women’s Glee Club assisted the orchestra in a program in March, while the men combined with the band in its annual concert in May. • Oorothy Schak, Ardyce Mens Glee Club First tenor. Kenneth Abrahamson, .Effl Howard Mulbust, Toivo Rmnet; second tenor, toward Charbonncau, Henry DcBruyne. Sigurd ESSClstrom, Melvin Knutson, Leonard Welch; baritone, Charles Fagerlin, Harold Gaupcr, Donald Larson, Bert Rus-dahl; bass. Lyle Babcock, Kenneth Hanson, Lowell Hawk, George Lee, William Stivers. ri t«)ella Choir _ ■ . , £- o kscz U JL - - icry, Ruth Fosvig, Virginia KAhe, Elodic KnutsOn, Doris •din, Eileen Boucher, Evelyn Draff, Elaine Broberg, Helen Alio, Marjorie Bergquist, Geneva 37' _ mer Lindquist. jMrgSfiia Swan n, Kathryn Bodin, Gauper, Kathrynmae Hillman, Dorothy Percival, Vera Link; Mork. Faith Michelsen, Betty Nelson, Edna Payne, Arlene Strandbcrg, Jean McFarlin, Blanche Larson, Naomi Levin, Georgia Poland, Marita Witucki; Tenor, Earl Anderson, Raymond Arimond, Howard Midbust, Toivo Rinnet, John Vitz, Edward Charbonneau. Henry DeBruyne, Henning Holtz, Edward Israels, Sigurd Essclstrom; Bass, Norman Copeland, Charles Fagerlin, Harold Gauper, Copeland, Charles Fag Richard GreenbcrgT Eqgene Lujjdholm, f ert Rusdahl, Harvey Bactetrorp Kenneth Hqnson, Geor. Lee, Dale Werner. The Male Quartet and Women’s Triple Trio turned into traveling musicians this year to present assembly programs at seven Northern Wisconsin schools and to hold rehearsals with the school's choral groups. Three weeks later, the itinerant String Quartet brought its music to four other towns. They have succeeded in bringing STC favorable publicity and also in turning the spotlight on their own worthwhile but little publicized activities. Subsequent musical history may prove the ensembles to be pioneers in extensive music tours. _______ zA While forty-six voices ise in a chorale and soft lights gleam on beautiful blue choir robes, Mr. Foltz directed his choral group through its second year of fine performances. A mainstay in the Christmas oratotrio, the A Cappclla Choir moved on to fill the entire program of the April concert. Ending the group’s busy season was the annual Spring concert to which the Choir supplied a significant and appropriate close by singing a “Song of Victory’ Mr. Donald Foltz, Director. Boys Quartet First tenor, Toivo Rennet; second tenor, Edward Charbonneau; baritone, Charles Fagertin; bass. Date Werner.THE MESSIAH It took Handel just twenty-four days to write his famous "Messiahit took STC’s combined chorus and orchestra of one hundred and sixty members three months to prepare arias, recitatives, an overture, and a pastoral selection. But just the one Sunday night. December 8. was necessary before the college and the city acclaimed the presentation of the oratorio and demanded a similar Christmas treat annually hereafter. Directors Foltz and Schliep took well-deserved bows, while Frances Amcry, Beverly Aldra, Toivo Rinnet, and Tom McCarthy will be remembered for their solos. Indeed, the old organ master may rest easily in his grave. HANDEL’S MESSIAH presented by College Choral Society Symphony Orchestra Sunday, December 8, 1940 Aired over Mutual Broadcasting System Soloists Ilda Schriefer, Contralto, Guest Soloist Beverly Aldra, Soprano Frances Amery. Soprano Toivo Rinnet, Tenor Thomas McCarthy, Bass Triple 1 rio Sopranos, Elodic Knudson, Virginia Swanson, and Frances Amery; second sopranos, Elaine Broberg, Kathryn Bodin, and Evelyn Braff; altos. Arlene Strandbcrg, Jean McFarlin, and Blanche Larson.Left to right: Patricia Olson, Vivian Anderson. Arlinc Sletten. 'Barbara Olsen, Edith Hansen, Doris Os-trom, Iris Delin, Roxanne McNett, Doris Allen, Bernice Brown, Jean Arseneau, Mary Helen Cameron, Ruth Mary Schak, Miriam Kemp, June Christiansen. Mechanics? Could be. At least we know they keep the social machinery running smoothly; in fact, with friction reduced to a minimum, they even check on the supply of good will between school organizations. As a tangible demonstration of what they can do, the sorority representatives got together and staged the biggest spring social event—the Inter-sorority informal dance. With welcoming uncertain freshmen every fall, can you hesitate to call this “service with a smile?” (Vp v Representing the: Alpha Kappa Delta Sigma Gamma Phi Epsilcn Lambda Sigma Lambda Sigma Omega Sigma Pi Tau Alpha Chi Women's Athletic AssociationStanding: Bernice Brown, llene Carlson, Madeline Johnson, Elaine Cigard. Seated: Mildred Johnson, June Hall, June Christiansen, Marjorie Brown. Floor: Edna Payne, Eleanor Smith. Miss Dorothy Waite, Miss Raidie Poole, Miss Mary Davies, Advisers. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester June Christiansen...............President....................llene Carlson llene Carlson................Vice President.................Eleanor Smith Eleanor Smith...................Secretary...................Bernice Brown Edna Payne......................Treasurer....................Edna Payne Homecoming! What a busy day. But this is but one of many busy days for the Gamma Phis during the year. Remember that cabin party— and the sleigh ride followed by a closed dance? The all important rushing and pledging plus a spring dance kept up the tempo for the second semester.No matter what time of clay or season, the Sigma Pi gals arc ready with something to do. Remember their Easter breakfast, their mother-faculty tea. and the alumnae dinner? And the informal spring dance was unequaled unless by their house party at Lake Nebagamon. which all adds up to one of the businest social seasons in the school. Standing: Lois Koby, Fay Bowser, Eileen Boucher, Naomi Lavin, Edith Hansen. Seated: Jeanne Anderson. Marcella Patterson, Caroline Johnson, Amy Ekliolm, Janet Ritzman, Faye Anderson. Floor: Jane Koby, Arline Sletten, Joyce Myers. Not present: Vinginia Warner. First Semester Naomi Lavin...... Fay Anderson..... Arline Sletten... Caroline Johnson. Miss Kathryn Oilman, Adviser. OFFICERS ..........President.......... ........Vice President....... ..........Secretary.......... ..........Treasurer.......... Second Semester .....Arline Sletten .....Edith Hanson ........Jane Koby ... Caroline Johnson r okStanding: Mary Jane Ward, Mary Carey, Bette Myers, Beverlee Barrett, Lenore Bell, Marianna Myers, Maxine Lind-strom, Kathryn Bodin, Victoria Fedyn, Mary Jean Stevenson, Mary Helen Cameron, Margaret Bartncss. Seated: Betty Lou Smith, Doris Urbaniak, Geraldine Iverson, Annabelle Haglund, Ethel Peterson, Anne Sullivan, Eleanor Johnson, Bette Mullaney, Maxine Johnson, Lorraine Krooks. Floor: Peggy Barry. Frances Arnery, Ruth Fosvig, Jean McFarlin, Ruth Nelson. Not present: Joy Mabbot, Jean Haglund. First Semester Lenore Bell........ Mary Helen Cameron. Joy Mabbot......... Maxine Lindstrom... OFFICERS Second Semester ......President...................Lenore Bell Vice President...........Mary Helen Cameron ..Secretary ......................loy Mabbot ..Treasurer................Annabelle Haglund The Lambdas took third place in the homecoming float contest but retaliated by sponsoring the first football dance of the season. They celebrated the holidays with the annual Christmas dance with the Dramas; and Joyce and Toivo can vouch for their use of the Irene Curtis Memorial Scholarship.OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Jean Arncscau....................President...........................Jean Arscneau Patricia Greene..............Vice President...............Patricia Greene Shirley Krembs...................Secretary................ Shirley Krembs Katherine Bartelme...............Treasurer......................Katherine Bartelme Betty Lcanion................Sergeant-at-Arms.......................Betty Leamon You say you did go to the Drama-Lambda Christmas formal. That was just a sample of the good times the Drama girls have at all their activities. They also enjoyed a football dance and two outings plus a sleigh ride ending in a party at the Gitchinadji. One of the highlights of the second semester was when ‘‘they came and got it” from the new members at Mac's lumber camp. ing: Miss Walde, Marjorie McKenzie, Joyce Nelson, Marjorie Williams, Marjorie Vince, Virginia Leamon, Joyce l, Doris Lendu, Florence Ensley, Irene Smith, Alice Moc. ed: Mary Alice Murphy, Patricia Wcins, Jeanne Campbell, Miriam Kemp, Jean Arseneau, Patricia Greene, Betty Lca-rion Conroy, Roberta Vince, Beverly Blackwood. r: Yvonne Litchke, Vera Caroll, Katherine Bartelme, Alice Buran, Mary Lou Mcldahl, Shirley Krembs. Standing: M McPherson, Dorii Seated: Mar; mon, Marion Coii Floor: Yvo Not present: Lois Jane McLellan, Dorothy Tannert. Standing: Agnes Aamodt, Marilyn Lee, Lucille'Nodeland, Shirley Timms, Ardis Scheide, Joyce Oester-rich, Bette Nelson, Kay Hillman, Marita Witucki, Phyllis Kischel, Jean Ycakey, Eleanor Sullivan, Marianna Ames. Seated: Connie Hertlein, Dorothy Percival, Jane Webster, Barbara Olsen, Doris Ostrom, Jeanne Knud-sen, Gloria Nygren, Nona Schcide, Alyce Morey, Muriel Amundsor.. Floor: Barbara Kasmark, Jeanette Amos. Not present: Blanche Larson. (IflpflCL tfappos Miss Jane Rehnstrand, Miss Gertrude Unthank, Advisers OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Jeanne Knudsen...................President.....................Doris Ostrom Muriel Amundson................Vice President.................Barbara Olsen ieanette Amos....................Secretary.....................Jane Webster .ucille Nodeland.................Treasurer.................Lucille Nodeland Leading a year filled to the brim with Alpha Kappa activities was the Scotty dance. Half the fun is in the planning, they say. and these girls received their share as they decorated for an art exhibit tea. a mothers' tea, an initiation dinner, and the highlight of the year—the spring formal. Topping off this program were such outdoor activities as a steak fry and a skating party. m First Semester Roxanne McNctt.. Doris Allen....... Virginia Swanson.. Arlene Strandberg. OFFICERS ..President... Vice President. ..Secretary... ..Treasurer... Second Semester ....Elaine Broberg ....Betty McLean ... Betty Armstrong Arlene Strandberg The Sigma Omegas featured dinners this year, for their Mothers' day banquet was "followed by a senior spread that left nothing to be desired. The Harvest Moon dance became a red-letter date on their social calendar. Meanwhile, the girls kept up with the world by their membership in the book-of-the-month club. Standing: Elaine Broberg, Marian Braun, Betty McLean, Marian Green, Myrtle Blixt, Nellie Jones. Alpha Landin, Bette Wolfe, Jean Nelson. Seated: Evelyn Braff, Dorothy Omcrnick, Sigrid Carlson, Arlene Strandberg. Nona Beecher. Betty Armstrong, Pauline Larson, Shirley Zachau, Muriel Mills, Doris Allen. Floor: Virginia Paffel, June Berg, Roxanne McNett, Margaret Hill, Virginia Swanson.standing: Dorothy Nelson. Beverly Teske, Dorothy Frederick, Margaret Carlson. Ruth Mary Schak. Beatrice Olson, Dorothy Schak. Beverly Aldra. Emily Peterson. Seated: Phyllis Bradshaw. Marilyn Hoveland. Lorraine Flynn, Lucille Bugel. Louise Milchesky, Pat Olson, Marjorie Selden. Elizabeth Huber. Dorothy Conolly, Dorothy Jane Anderson, Elizabeth Fisher, Doris Wolean, Patsy Fitzgerald. Floor: Florence Togstad, Vera Link, Mary Green, Irene Hove. Not presen{: Joyce Bowers. Irnpgard Bramer, Marian Hanson, Margie Oyaas. r Mrs. Bessie Benton, Adviser. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Ruth Mary Schak................. President...................Florence Fogstad Irene Hove.....................Vice President................Lorraine Flynn Dorothy Jane Anderson..............Secretary........................Elizabeth Fisher Pat Olson..........................Treasurer..............................Pat Olson With the honors of homecoming queen and the winning float, the Three Arts started a bang-up season.' The style show of November 12 was followed by the closed dance with the Lambdas. Welcoming in the spring with a faculty and a mothers' tea, they also hit the right spirit with their Easter formal.T Standing: Helen Gygli. Evelyn Gussick, Alice Morey, Lorraine Lundberg, Marjorie Lorimor. Frances Marcinak. Elizabeth Huber, Edna Marquart, Fern Doherty, Irene Moe, Patricia Deneen, Helen Mattson. Vivian Anderson. Seated: Ellen Jacques, Irene Cox, Margaret Olson, La Verne Simons, Lou Cloutier, Iris Dclin, Vivian Kinney, Laola Funne, Eunice Whiteaker, Delores Steichen. Floor: Doris Urbaniak, Audrey Bradley, Hildegardc Jones, llene Wangen, Frances McMahon, Kathryn McLean. bnttwd Oiiddto (burci Miss Mary Davies, Adviser. OFFICERS President .................... Vivian Anderson Vice President.......................... Evelyn Gussick Secretary........................... Irene Cox Treasurer ..............................LaVerne Simons Of course the WAA’s had their Co-Ed ball with its Huck Finns, Scarlett O’Haras, and Jack Spratts; the cabin party in the spring was a hilarious picnic. But every WAA meeting night proved an event, since business was preceded by pleasure, whether in the form of skating, tobogganing, bowling, a barn dance, or just a conga. In a friendly gathering, athletic girls arc pictured exercising their tongues instead of their limbs to work up an appetite. fJage Z0j's i Cntchc. ' f ,r c, . A isStanding: Ruth Beryl Jarvis. Betty Jane Welch, Cecilc Durand. Julia Adams. Mary Katherine Shea. Margaret Victor, Dorothy Tan-nert, Beverly Brekkc, Elizabeth Platteter, Doris Thompson, Catherine Campbell. Alyce Tallman, Virginia Reich. Seated: Marlyn Johnson, Doris Allen, Gene Hansen, Patricia Fitzgerald, Patricia Olson. Lorraine Wuerth, Kathryn Bodin, Naom Lavin, Ardis Scheidc, Jeanne Miller. Marian Lutz, ReMona Brown. Frances McMahon, Patricia Weins, Dorothy Johnson, Joyce .Meyers, Doris Wittwcr, Beverly Johnson. Shirley Krembs. Not present: Frances Amery, Desolyn Bino, Phyllis Glass. Om Hayes, Marilyn Hoveland, Helen Krogstad, Patricia Green, Alyce Morey, Delores Stcichen, Arlene Strandbcrg, Shirlc Ward, Ruth Widdes. S« ' '—'U • When you’re a long, long way from home- 1 V m TT1 I hi you aren't so bad off if you stay at Crownhart IglllO. Hall. The Sigma Chis. under Miss Ellen Clark. keep the rugs rolled up with their informal Miss Ellen Clark, Adviser dances. A picnic at Billings Park began their social year, followed by a tea, a buffet supper, President ........................Dorothy Tannert an informal dance, and a formal Christmas Vice President........................Iris Delin party. A similar series of activities filled the Secretary............................Jane Webster spring season up to the day when five home Treasurer.............................Mary Carey states claimed the members. Standing: Pearl Anderson, Vivian Anderson. Roberta Spooner. Connie Mellon. Jean Yeakey, Mary Carey, Marita Witucki, Kay Hillman, Maxine Lindstrom. Phyllis Kischzl, Fern King. Marguerite Lewis, Ruth Lee. Marion Wilson. Seated: Phyllis Nolan, Iris Delin, Anne Sullivan. Barbara Kasmark. Nona Schcidc. Jane Webster. Eleanor Johnson, Agnes Aamodt Jeanette Amos, Joyce Bowers. Mary Ellen Ostenso, Alice Coveyou, Amy Ekholm. Betty Brandenberg, Norma Bach. Ethel Peterson. Laola runne, Lorraine Tebeau, Ruth Collins.Two girls, both named Frances, confide to each other concerning the source of the Valentine sweets they arc gazing at. A gleam in the eyes of Kay Bodin suggests a date originating at the other end of this private conversation. a break The cameraman le awakening ing beauties, Phyllis Kischel and Alice Morey, who are found lounging on a Saturday morn. got at the awakening of two sleep-Ph ’' The Key to Dorm Life A peek into Penny Wuerth’s room gives us a clue to the mystery concerning the neat appearance of a dorm girl's wearing apparel. Enjoying the comforts of the friendly dorm parlor, Ruth Collins and Jeanette Amos get a line on the latest styles in “Vogue”. Up and down goes the tooth brush of Jean Yeakey. Doris Witwer and Joyce Meyer display their dolls while Bev Johnson attempts to locate an Artie Shaw arrangement on the radioStanding: Bernard Gchrman, Orville Uthus, Holland Hutchinson. Warner Engdahl, Ernest Rehnstrand, Edward Rehnstrand, William Howard, Lee Aakcr, Curtis Karibalis, Rodney Edwards, William Stack, Bud Hciscl. Seated: Richard King, William McCusker, Donald Gilmore, John Bartness, Hiland Joyce, Douglas Brown, Wilson Landrum, Thomas Grey. Neil McDonald. Not Present: Marvin Crowley, Harold Titus, Harlan Leggate. Loren Johnson, Duncan Powers, George Frodesen, Robert Buchanan. Football Captain................Francis Paquette Basketball Captain...........Ernest Rehnstrand Social Chairman..............William McCusker Homecoming King..............Ernest Rehnstrand All-State Center—basketball....“Moose" Rehnstrand All-State Guard—basketball........."Bud” Engdahl All-State Fullback—football.....Francis Paquette Functions Christmas Formal House Party Hard Time Dances Spring Formal Initiation This year Fex celebrates its silver anniversary, a quarter century of outstanding and glorious progress. Conceived before America's entrance into the last war, it was guided through a romantic, conspicuous, and commendable course by the venerable “Dad" Wheal-don. “Dad" has been succeeded by the capable Major Milton Weeks as acting adviser. It is fitting to pay tribute to “Dad", to the founders, and to the members who contributed to its life at our beloved college. Fex had a successful year, which is manifested by the record above. Outside of the lads mentioned arc those whose contributions to the fraternity have been most laudatory. Each one is and has been an integral part of Fex history; each one has been a rung on the Fex ladder of success. William McCusker 64 Francis PaquetteI. Fexes facing the sun. 2. Happy threesome.. . . Lornie, iMarv, Doug. 3. Look at baby Squeak ... a precious Fcx foundling. 4. a babe in the woods . . . Lee Aaker. 5. A circle of perfection (counter-clockwise): Bud. Ernie, Bill, Moose, Lornie. 6. Bud and Bucko. 7. Two’s company . . . three's a crowd. 8.Rod, Curt, and Squeak. 9. Fral brothers . . . Marv, Bill, Doug. Edward Cosgrove, John Mason, William Whitsitt, Kenneth Hanson, Frederick Schnell, Ernie Christian-' ickson, Kenneth West, ille, Harold Oauper, Oscar Johnson, Robert Olson, Fred Priewert, Professor McCarthy. Standing son, Robert Jackson, Kenneth West. Seated: Earl Hi Not present: Rac Smith, Joseph Thompson,'George Lee. First Semester Oscar Johnson.... Rac Smith......... Fred Schnell...... Robert Olson...... Robert Jackson.... OFFICERS ....President..... ...Vice President... ....Secretary.... ....Treasurer.... Serf eant-at-Arms. Second Semester ......Robert Olson .....Robert Jackson Ernest Christianson ....Harold Gaupcr ...Edward Gosgrovc 66 Under the capable direction of Professor T. J. McCarthy, the fraternity has grown and prospered. Consequently, the members have added much to the social life of the school, in addition to maintaining a high scholastic standard. Among the early projects of the lotas was the founding of a school newspaper known as the “lotan”, which was later turned over to the school and renamed the “Pcptomist". As for social activities, a Christmas formal preceded the spring dance which was followed by a number of novel get-togethers, such as, the barn dance.I. '‘Mustn't touch!" warns Kenny West. 2. The key man, Mr. McCarthy. 3. Babe plus Books. 4. Smiles from two chemists . . . Ray and Doc Long. 5. What goes on here? Consult Jean and Oc. 6. Some of the boys. 7. Harold Gauper, a man of rare ability. 8. Come on, seven! 9. A little hors -play.Sealed: Richard Olson, John Kelly, Bernard Berube, Donald Paffel, John Merrihue, Charles Cromeray, George Williams, Jack Bruckbauer. Standing: Mutt Muller, Robert Wrzosek, George Bertagnoli. Ray Langley, Lloyd Johnson, Myron Baumgartner, Scott Stokoe,, Ray Lile, John Cameron, Harvey Kaggerude, Edward Israels. Not present: Bob Thompson, Donald Larson, Howard Cameron, Henry Fritz, Lauren Dixon, Clyde Balles, Thcron Tor gerson, Mahlon Berg. Dr. Lewis J. Carey. Adviser. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Ed Muller........................President....................Scott Stokoe Dick Olson....................Vice President................Jack Mcrrihcw Jack Merrihew....................Secretary...................George Williams Mahlon Berg......................Treasurer.................Harvey Kaggerud George Williams............Serf’eant-at-Arnis...........Myron Baumgardner 68 The Lambda Delta Chi brothers have found this a very full and satisfying year. Many closed parties were enjoyed but the first important event collaborated in was the Inter-frater-ity Dance. To really enjoy the winter season, an all day snow party was held at Fond du Lac. The bruises had scarcely disappeared when the race for Social Chairman began, and the victor's prize went to LDC's George Williams. The climax of the year was the annual banquet and spring formal. Lambda Delta Chi is represented in almost every school organization. Boxing, football, basketball, IRC, Speech Club, and CAA were among the activities participated in.LOADEP AGAINST iAUCiAW 1. Sliding onto the scene. 2. Gene and Ray hasten inside at the sound of a familiar bell, prize-winning homecoming float. 4. The magnetic Doc Carey. 5. Ed Mueller at an unique 6. Celebrities; Ray, Max. and Coach Whereatt. 7. With happy countenances. . . Bob and George. Sno’ use denying . . . they must be warm-blooded. 9. Let’s play ball. 10. From Mahlon to Scott.L5 m Standing: Bob Pink, Harvey Backstrom, John Evered. Seated: Leonard Lally, Kenneth Peterson, Ed Bell, Ray Urbaniak, James McDermott, Carl Bjorkman, Joe Stefanko. Not present: William Schuster, Dick Erickson, Joe Tomczak, Albert Wangels. h OFFICERS Mr. Lund, Adviser. President ............................ Ray Urbaniak Secretary................ Richard Erickson Treasurer...................Carl Bjorkman This was the year when plowshares were beaten into Garands, and the caissons rolled in the deep South, while the National Guard unit of Superior manned the defense battlements of the nation in distant Louisiana. Six brave lads of Theta marched off to Beauregard: Ed Trautt, Cy Trautt, James Surch, Ted Woods, James Hicks, and Hugh McDonald. From what we know, the boys arc doing all right in the biggest, finest fraternity of the nation—the military might of U. S. democracy. At home Theta's Thanksgiving and Easter formats brightened the social season. February saw the Theta Initiation Dance at the “Gitch” go off with a bang! Several informal and semi-closed shindigs rounded out a lusty year of activity for the Deltas of Superior State.Standing: Carol Shcr, Keenan Smith, Dr. J. W. McKee, adviser; Melash Verich, Jack Merri-hcw, Douglas Drolson, Glen Mdoeen, Mary Collins. Seated: Iris Day, Gloria Nygren, Vera Carroll, Leona Garbisch, Irene Hove, Arlene Sletten, Helen Gigley, Mary Carlson. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Melash Verich...................President..............................Jack Merrihew Jack Merrihew............... Vice President................... Lenore Bell Jane Webster....................Secretary............Ray Arimond Carol Sher.................... Treasurer...................... Carol Sher "Tonight we shall consider as our topic of discussion for the evening the Caribbean countries,” said President Jack Merrihew as he opened a meeting of the International Relations Club. A friendly discussion sometimes turns into a heated debate as this group, sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation for international Peace, meets to talk over world affairs. Important activities on this year’s calendar also included movies, a sleigh ride, the annual I.R.C. banquet, and participation in the midwest conference at Monmouth, Illinois. Seated: Clarence Jacobson, Fern Moberg, Ray Arimond. 71 Here’s Marv, Helmer, and Paul, Helping “Boots” lug that ball. Football Keystone “Figures don’t lie,” says the familiar slogan, and just to cite one example, “Superior State Teachers College’s 1940 grid contingent outscored their opponents 124 to 48 to turn in their best football season since 1937.” This record showed but one deficit out of seven contests, which went to La Crosse. However, Superior was the only team to cross La Crosse’s goal line all year. No small part of this superb showing is due to the energetic efforts of Coach “Ted" Whereatt and his able assistants. “Ted”, ever seeking polished perfection in all phases of the game, moulded and whipped into shape one of the finest grid arrays STC has ever known. What could be more enjoyable than to look over the past season and recall some of the highlights of the year? Remember . . . Superior’s magnificent defense against those Duluth gents . . . our great fourth-quarter comeback against those lads from Michigan Tech . . . the boys o’erpowering Eau Claire before our king and queen so fair. . . . and all those close calls we had in downing that pesky River Falls . . . and how we suffered that tough loss to those Red Raiders from La Crosse (boo-hoo—it meant the title, too!) . . . though Stout “fattened up” the first half, yet we managed to have the last laugh . . . then the time the team met Northern State and really ran up that scoring rate. . . . „ CO . STCi Men o Grit the Grid TOP PICTURE Front row: Don Paffel, Ray Halverson. HaydenStearns, Ed Esterl. Tom Klugiewicz, Captain Fran Paquette Middle row: Vilas Kraft. Elmer Wiedeman. Marvin Crowley, Paul Nechak, Bob Jackson. Back row: Helmer Baland, Clyde Gallcs, Don La Blanc, Don Johnson, Warner Engdahl. BOTTOM PICTURE Front row: Jack Bruckbaucr, Ray Lile, Wayne Shumate, Joe Rubatt, Bartlett Everson. Middle row: Joe Guilliano, Tony Haughian, Americo Motorelli, Geoerge Bertagnoli, John Mrdjen-ovich. Milo Milutinovich. Back row: Ralph Watt, Floyd Moe, Ken Hanson. SUPERIOR Superior State....................... 12 Superior State....................... 15 Superior State....................... 13 Superior State....................... 12 Superior State........................ 9 Superior State....................... 25 Superior State....................... 38 SEASON SCHEDULE OPPONENT Duluth State ........................ 0 Michigan Tech........................ 6 Eau Claire .......................... 6 River Falls ......................... 7 La Crosse........................... 20 Stout ............................. 3 Northern State..........—............ 6 Total Scores .... ..124 Total Scores .... - —■ =-’Marvin Crow'ny Fullback. Don "Jolie” Johnson about to heave one. Hayden Stearns, Center.‘Terrible Tom” Klugiewiez, Tackle. Careful, Ray, don't let that ball get away! earner Engdahl,Joe Guiliano and John Mrdjenovich. Ralph Watt. GiGu gaining ground in glorious grid victory.Back row: Lowell Morris, Ernie Rehnstrand, Bill Howard, Bud Engdahl, Moose Rchnstrand, Mult Muller, Tony Haughian. Front row: Lolly Welch, Vilas Kraft, Wayne Shumate, Tom Klugicwicz, Paul Nechak, Marvin Bodecn, Ray Halverson. S” Clut George Bergtagnoli John Bruckbaucr Marvin Crowley Lauren Dixon Warner Engdahl Edward Esterl Bartlett Everson Ray Halverson Anthony Haughian Willjam Howard Donald Johnson Harvey Johnson Loren Johnson Robert Jackson Thomas Klugicwicz Vilas Kraft Donald LaBlanc Leonard Lally Chester Larson Hopping Hoopsters. Pigskin Performers. The prospective members of one of the most honored clubs in the school, the "S" Club, must prove their merit by earning a letter in one of the school’s major sports before they are entitled to become a part of the organization. Thus the club is made up of fellows who had the courage and the ability to see a thing through to the end. Sportsmanship and spirit arc the watchwords of this group! Coach Whereatt, Adviser. A novel intermission treat... boxers’ blindman's bluff! Earle Larson Ray Lile Milo Milutinovich Lowell Morris Americo Mortorelli John Mrdjenovich Milton Muller Paul Nechak Francis Paquette Donald Paffel Edward Rehnstrand Ernest Rehnstrand Joe Rubatt Wayne Shumate Hayden Stearns Raymond Urbaniak Elmer Weideman Leonard Welch Charles Wohlwend 82Back row: William Howard, Lowell Morris, Paul Nechak. Donald LaBlanc, Loren Johnson, Lauren Dixon, Raymond Urbaniak. Front Row: Edward Rehnstrand, Leonard Welch, Captain Ernest Rehnstrand, Warner Engdahl, Milton Muller. i Moose” meets Boerncr ot Minnesota CAGE COURTESANS The 1940-41 cage season was definitely a banner year for the Superior State basketeers, who, under the astute guidance of Coach "Ted” Whereat!, won 17 out of 18 tilts and captured the undisputed Northern Wisconsin Teachers college cage championship. Incidentally, this is the fifth championship Superior has won in eleven years under the tutelage of Coach Whereatt. This season Superior averaged about 54 points per game. For their illustrious court play Superior received a bid to the N.C.A.A. tournament at Kansas City. Some idea of how highly Superior's '40-41 cage team was regarded by the so-called experts may be garnered from the fact that during the season Superior was ranked seventh in the Atidwest, gaining preference over half the teams in the Big Ten. Superior will find it difficult to fill the shoes of three of the finest players in its history. Captain ‘"Ernie” Rehnstrand, Warner “Bud” Engdahl, and Leonard ‘‘Lolly” Welch have inscribed unforgettable memories in the hearts of STC fans. However, Ed "Moose” Rehnstrand and Milton "Mutt” Muller will form the nucleus around which the '41-’42 team must be rebuilt. Let's see if we can recall those conference highlights once more. Remember when . . . Superior was handed a real scare by those big bad Bears from Eau Claire? . . . next nite the Peds made a rout of the game they played 'gainst Stout . . . River Falls was swamped down here and STC was the team to fear... the 'Jackets really went to town in turning La Crosse upside down . . . Whereatt’s,boys tam d the growling Bear as they virtually trounced Eau Claire . . . Superior suffered their only loss to those cagers from La Crosse. . . 'gainst the Falcons we tallied points galore as we won by a 76-58 score . . . and finally the team went championship hunting and beat Stout to win the conference bunting.Captain Ernie Rehnstrand. Leonard “Lolly” Welch. Roarin' Loren” Johnson. Ballhawk Bill” Howard Chalk up two more for Moose. Lowell “Mountain” Morris "Tawny Don” LaBlanc.Warner ‘'Bud” Engdahl. Pouncin’ Paul” Nechak. Milton "A utt” Muller. Ed "Moose” Rchnstrand, Duluth. 35 ...Eau Claire. 28 ... La Crosse, 56' River Falls. 58 Superior, 55. Superior, 54. Superior, 76. Superior, 55 opponents, 685 Superior, 967 Lauren "Dangerous” Dixon Rampant Ray” Urbaniak.Another bucket for STC. Nice trick, Bud, if it works! One reason why Moose is hard to stop. next game but couldn’t manage to keep up with the swift Superior pace. The North Dakota Aggies dropped in to keep the next date on the Ped's schedule and were rudely treated to a drastic drubbing. The first feature game of high ranking transpired as the Jackets clashed with the Kirksville, Missouri Teachers in a tilt that was to make or break them. The Whereattmcn displayed their tremendous ability under pressure by surmounting this peak in their calendar in championship style. The next contest offered some basis for comparison between STC and Minnesota’s Gophers as the Peds tamed the Montana Grizzlies by five points more than the Minnesotans. Minnesota also had the advantage of meeting the Montanans the eve following their Superior engagement. Stoo waving at her, Bud! International good will personified between Mexico’s Captain Humberto Salazar and STC’s Ernie Rehnstrand. The National University of Mexico basketball team paid STC a visit while on its good-will tour, but the Yellowjackets proved rude hosts by romping up a win over the Mexican "Yel-lowshirts”. The national anthems of the United States and Mexico were played by the band as a symbol of good-feeling between the nations and the Mexicans were treated to a tour of Superior's attractions. Yes sir, Superior’ll go south of the border any time! The Marquette Teachers were met and vanquished twice by our fighting team. Superior’s final non-conference foes, the Minnesota' Bees and Duluth suffered like fates and were submerged beneath a flurry of STC buckets. Ir most of Superior’s games it was the same old story—for a few minutes a close scrap—and then wham! The lid was off and Superior was on! Yep, Superior surely had a successful season! Mighty Mutt’s masterful maneuver. Watch the ball-ie! Lolly shows Mexico super-shooting Montana dazed by STC’s attack.In swing with the times, Superior State launched a “defense program" of its own in 1941. This program involved preparation for the defense of its boxing championship of the Northwest under its able "commander" Coach Johnny Ennis. , Coach Ennis’ task of rebuilding from last year’s champ outfit was considerably lightened as a bevy of beautiful boxers with a year's experience turned out. Add to this an eager aggregation of newcomers and there's the makings of another winner. After the squad was decided by the results of the Golden Gloves, it defeated by a 6J4 fo I V2 count a team from Duluth, making its debut in fistic fanfare. Although new in the sport, Duluth rendered ample evidence of building into strong contenders in the near future. In their next match, Superior won the mythical boxing champion-shipof the Wisconsin Teachers' Conference as they defeated Stevens Point, 7 to I. Recognition was extended STC’s ring prowess in the form of an invitation to participate in the national tournament at Collegcville, Pennsylvania. Captain Wayne Shumate, Ray Lisle, and Chet Larson represented our school there. Superior is looking forward anxiously to its own Northwest tournament in May. See you at the Golden Gloves next spring . . . Bye. . . Seated: Charles Wohlwend, Earl Larson, Arnold Gilley, Chet Larson, John Mrdjenovich, Len tally, and Ernest Kinnee. Standing: Coach Johnnie Ennis, Manager Harvey Kaggcrud, James Glonek, Don Olson, Ray Lile, Captain Wayne Shumate, William Hamblin. Truman McNaulty, Harvey Johnson, George Bertag-noli. Captain Wayne Shumate. Chet "Dynamite’ One two, one, two’ John applies the sockcroo! Larson Pile drivin Ray' Lile ’Jarrin' John' Mrdjenovich Harvey "Nails' Johnson. Earl "Larrupin' LarsonThe old woman in the shoe can scarcely be blamed for not knowing what to do with this unruly family of women faculty members and faculty wives. W. A. A. Frolics Hold 'er Cloutier, there may be six or seven others who want to get on for this ride. Wonder where Delores Steichen and Frances McMahon have been. Shopping? East and West join to create a world kingdom for a night, as Confucius Delin and FDR Anderson attend to the all-important coronation. King Ruth Lee and Queen Mar-guerite Lewis lead the grand rj march of the Co-ed ball in fine f smile. V A lot of packed snow proves ideal for an impromptu burial of one Delores Steichen. She was such a good W.A.A. member, too. The girls find that archery demands mus-clc, poise, and form. Robin Hood has nothing on them. The speed and skill necessary to send the shuttlecock whizzing across the net makes badminton the most popular indodr sport. The innocent looking game of deck tennis can turn into real action for every player. See for yourself. Just a little practice on the back-hand tennis stroke until the snow melts (tom the out-door courts.93At top going clockwise: lota’s Hawanans in the groove . . . having a barrel of fun . . . melodious renditions for royalty . . . trucking along . . . Sigma Omega pirates walking the gang plank . . . covering the eyes while displaying the legs . . . triumphant smiles from the royal pair . . . adding glamour. Below: A cleansing motif adopted by the Lambdas . . . more boys in barrels . . . getting lined up. kWB l Look at Homeco, CFSOWN - A QUEEN - IRENEjd jt M '"Vt 1 voc ncr coming BMNCTPAND; WOlTieCOm SC011SM0t-MN Q P| j . || .1 roii At the top clockwise: Dramas adorning the float which placed second . . . foreboding “big guns" of the Fex boys. . . . first prize float sponsored by Three Arts patriots . . . just an eyeful . . . some high-pressurea campaign signery . . . L.D.C.’s loaded dice . . . Fran Amery keeping a pony under control . . . Homecoming enthusiasts. Below: Alpha Kappa's float in the making ... a flash of royalty . . . my! how immodest.U- U AJui i Ull , , dlA+, (jtx A courtly gathering which consists of royal representatives from each sorority and fraternity, Standing: Madeline Johnson, Joy Mabbott. Bob Olson, Katherine Sacd, June Berg. Seated: Joyce Nelson. Lester Welch. Irene Hove. Ernie Rchnstrand. On the Floor: Rosamond Schleip. Donna Hill. Gloria Nygren. Scott Stokce. Rain? Yes. b’gosh, until the weather man suddenly remembered that October 4 was the day when Superior State came “home" and promptly sent out every grace of fair weather except an orange and black rainbow. King Ernie and Queen Irene led the parade which started the day’s celebration. Eau Claire just couldn’t help being eradicated that night and the festive spirit remained even after students had cavorted and capered until morn in the gym.= 98 I. Getting reserved books. ... 2. A test. . . . believe it or not! ... 3. Students exposed to Miss Clark's lucid prose. ... 4. Adding a few finishing touches ... 5. Irene and Minum in the "Chcm” lab mixing up elements.16171819202122 21222324252627181920 0MT M272829 28293031 1252627 •j 7 8 9 141516 021 22 23 .72829 30 MEMORANDA MONDAY MEMORANDA MEMO TUESDAY .NGAGEMENTSSEPTEMBER engagements £, A mcc -w- i. 10:00 10,30 122 23 »» JJ 28 2930]a3«jL-_» 2 THURSDAY Dec. 3, 1940 B r , o, 7| S' 9 iUjll 1213,141516 memoranda EMENTS DAY ft.1940The audience laughs hilariously as Kay campaigns for "di queen of de mob.” Looks like Alice Moe is up to some moc” tricks. reversed version ------— and his wife copped first prize at -cd Ball. 'c A rushee. Lois MacLennon, is put to a test bv the Koby girls and Dorothy Frederick. Gallant Bill Greene rescues Peggy Pelletier who has just been swept off her feet.1. Intelligent cooperation—“Hutch” sights, while Bert writes. ... 2. Bob Jackson, financial administrator for the evening, has sold a program to Rae Smith. ... 3. A conspiracy in the boys’ lounge. ... 4. Studious students pausing before the library entrance. ... 5. Rushing into assembly while getting a line on the evening’s basketball game.1. In a happy mood, prospective enrollees size up the situation. ... 2. Mapping out schedules for the semester. ... 3. The next step is getting class entrance slips. ... 4. Marilyn Hoveland forks over her tuition to Dr. Pitkin. ... 5. The book room seems to be a popular place. ... 6. Ray Lile sets an example by purchasing a Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary from Wayne Shumate. -A boys’ haven shared by industrious lads who arc, reading from left to right: Don Larsen, Tom Klugiewicz, John Kelly, and Bob Wrzosek. Yum! Yum! A chocolate cake to be enjoyed by the gentlemen of the long table who are, reading from left to right: Howard Klopp Ralph Watt Ed Barbour, Glenn Naselius. Clyde Galles Roger Clemens, and Keith Naselius Belanger, sweeper Fervid action as Klopp completes the pass made by Roger Hunger for news as well as edibles is displaye by this threesome . . . Archie Nicollette, P Greene, and Lucicn Orsoni. 1THE cooperation of the following advertisers made your 1941 Gitche Gurnee possible. We hereby express our appreciation for their help and urge students to give them increased attention and patronage. Francis Everall, Business Manager. 107■ = = = FOR Quality- Beauty Style Yes, it’s ROTH’S for Fashions new at this minute! Fashions that make you stand out. . . that step up your glamour rating! Every one of them marked by that enviable custom-made look and vibrant air of individuality that sets you apart from the crowd! Fashions with that unmistakably 1941 look—lithe, slender, casual or delightfully feminine! And best of all, they’re priced unbelievably low. Yes, it’s ROTH’S for truly American clothes you’ll wear and love. 108College athletes risk injury constantly, both in practice and actual competition. Every student, too, runs risks galore in the game of life, now and in the future. The sensible thing to do is to play safe and insure with: MORRIS A. WIDNESS AGENCY National Building FIND THE LATEST STYLES AT SUPERIOR’S LEADING MEN’S STORE Irene Smith and Bill Axt Just STC boys getting their vitamin D direct from the sun Drinking RUSSELL’S Milk is another excellent and easy way to secure vitamins. TRY OUR Delicious, Wholesome Dairy Products RUSSELL CREAMERY 1625-1627 Broadway Phone 317 THE DELORIS MILLINERY 1212W Tower Phone 5740 WE HAVE HATS FOR EVERY TASTE And each one has the same smart style with graceful lines that are loved by coeds all over the nation.UM-M-M-M, GOOD! WILDNER GATES and NEIL MacDONALD are a couple of students who use their heads outside of school. They know where to go to find a social-ble atmosphere and the choicest in sundaes, sodas, and sandwiches. REMEMBER THE “DRUG” FOR: • accurately filled prescriptions. • wide selections of candies and cosmetics. • bargains in sporting goods and general merchandise. PEOPLE’S DRUG STORE 1124 Belknap Phone 1064 FOLLOW YOUR FEET . . . through these doors, when you want a good fit and a wide choice of latest shoe styles. FOOT COMFORT IS IMPORTANT TO YOUR HEALTH THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 131 Tower Ave. Phone 2421 STUDENTS AND FACULTY Can get the best in Gasoline, Oil and General Automotive service by patronizing ART ERICKSON’S SUPER SERVICE STATION Belknap and Grand Phone 540Of course, it’s Marge and Loren. And of course they are eating a delicious Bridgeman sundae. BRIDGEMAN’S 1106 Belknap Phone 347 Music and dancing hath its charms, a boy, a girl, each other’s arms. To find this springtime atmosphere, attend the dances given here. WE CARRY. . . A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES and don’t forget the excellent service and refreshments at the new modem coffee shop. THE ANDROY HOTEL Come in and inspect our moderately priced, high quality merchandise THE BEN FRANKLIN STORES All stores are conveniently located 111ACHIEVE BOTH STYLE AND COMFORT IN SPORT CLOTHES OF QUALITY FROM LIGHTBODY’S EXPERT AUTOMOTIVE HANDLING WASHING AND GREASING JOBS TIRE AND BATTERY SALES “Try Their Cheerful Service” TUVERSON’S SERVICE STATION Belknap and Cumming: Phone 916 GIRLS: Take a tip from Arline Sletton. She has learned that glamour can be added to natural charm by going to GIBERSON’S The beauty forum shop at Roth’s 112 ------------------------------------------------- Art Tuverson Les Hanson A J 1 4 41 ta Ga-o iesiatio+t! The Co-operative System of distribution and merchandising exists for service alone and operates only through business enterprises democratically owned and operated by the workers and farmers themselves. It saves for the consumer that which he must pay elsewhere as another man’s profit. It returns to the producer the true value of his labor without tolls to middlemen. It is the only system for all who must secure the necessities of life as economically as possible, with the assurance of full value in service and quality, for the reason that the members and patrons themselves determine at all times how their business must be run. It puts the customer into business for himself. You need not be a member to enjoy.the benefits and privileges lof co-operative trading, but you can earn your membership tq ugh-Mtronag YouJ then beanie part own- ...T Aj ■x w1 A yi nen WMjcme p w THE CO-OPERATIVE STORES 1717 Belknap St. 1302 No. Fifth St. 320—39th Ave. E. Feed Store at corner of Winter and Ogden Service Station at corner of Winter and Banks Telephone 1300 Telephone 3900 Telephone 5050 Telephone 5560 Telephone 1111 CENTRAL CO-OPERATIVE WHOLESALE The central buying, manufacturing and service organization for consumers’ co-operatives in the Northwest. 118 COMPLIMENTS TO THE E REFRESHMENTS OR MEALS BETWEEN CLASSES Go To THE COFFEE SHOP “Just off the campus" Class of '41 EASTERN SHOPPE 1207 Tower Ave. Phone 3761 DeWitt-Seitz Co. Duluth, Minn. Manufacturers of QUALITY MATTRESSES s«e your LOCAL FURNITURE DEALER The Finest Creamery Products are Made By The Twin Ports Cooperative Dairy Association Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese, Sunrise Butter 6108 Tower Avc. Diamonds Watches Jewelry LOUIS G. HOWATT 1425 Tower Ave. Build and Refiaisi M ua! Money To Lend For Modernizing Your Home DOWN PAYMENT MORTGARE INDORSERS RED TAPE DELAY Our Planning and Estimating Department is at your service. Consult us at once. Let us aid you in remodeling your present home. No charge for estimates. EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING CAMPBELL LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY 1808 Tower Ave. 54th St. and Butler Ave. 114THE SHIPPING OF COAL IS ONE OF SUPERIOR’S MAJOR INDUSTRIES Economy ? ? ? Natural Gas Is Not the Economical Fuel! In The Home . . . Natural gas requires more air, produces more water vapor, and causes soot and other inconveniences. In The Community . . . Natural gas would injure business in Superior by decreasing the turnover of coal, thereby affecting the following industries: 1. The Coal Docks. 2. Local Trucking. 3. Superior’s Large Railway System. 4. Great Lakes Shipping. The tax rate of the individual would necessarily be increased by the curtailment of one of the largest sharers of the local tax burden, the coal industry. Heat with Coal— It’s Economical! Protect the Jobs and Assets of Our Community Coal Dock Workers' Union Local 1343 SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN 116CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LLcAAA w JU+ju vk QktAi of f94f JAAX JU 'j vvv ------------ L j'tLry W L Ca A ' u Ja-U X, WISCONSIN GRAIN AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSION Congratulations to the Class of '41 May Furniture Company “Everything for the Home” 1713 BELKNAP PHONE 84 Northwestern Oil Company Distributors of TYDOL GASOLINE VEEDOL MOTOR OIL VISIT ANY NORTHWESTERN SERVICE STATION AND GET “Service with a Smile” 116AN EXCELLENT PLACE TO HOLD YOUR SORORITY MEETINGS Try Our Catering Service For reservations Call 1974 MARTIN TEA ROOMS 1820 Hammond Ave. “When Holzberg Cleans it—it’s C-l-e-a-n“ UOLZBERG'S CLEANERS :: DYERS :: FURRIERS Phones 283 and 284 1514 Belknap Street Looking For Your Friends? You Are Sure To Find the Wise Ones Here ICE CREAM, CANDY, LUNCHES Courteously Served At HUOT'S 1418 Tower BY THE WAY ...PAUSE AND REFRESH Park...and pause...where you see the red sign that says “Drink Coca-Cola.’ It flashes a welcome Invitation to enjoy a sociable pause for pure refreshment. Thirst asks nothing more. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 1020 Ogden Ave. Phone 833See the New Things FIRST at SIEGELS • Sport Coats • Sport Slacks • Leisure Coats • Finger Tips • Reversibles A wide variety at JIEGEL BROS 1120 Tower Phone 450 NEED MONEY 9 • - Liberty Loan Corporation C. DON REECE, Mgr. 216 Board of Trade Tel. 5520 Loans on: Automobiles Household Goods Livestock Miss Radie Poole, College Nurse, teaches that Milk is very necessary to retain vigor in scholastic work We sell the Purest Dairy Products Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese, Ice Cream, Butter, Buttermilk, and Dari-Rich COME IN AND SEE OUR PLANT VALLEY BROOK FARM CREAMERY 902 Belknap Phone 27 Nash Sales and Service NASH AND LAFAYETTE CARS MOTOR !JViV? Inc. DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 12th and Ogden Ave. Suj erior, Wis. Students! For Smartest Styles in All Types of Footwear Visit DUBE’S 1404 Tower Ave. Phone 17 118Fine Jewelry! For the really distinctive gift, choose jewelry or silverware. We invite your inspection of our beautiful showing of highest quality jewels and silver Terms to Suit Your Budget SAVOLAINEN JEWELERS 12 th at Tower Ave A Prosperous Appearance Promotes Success ClOTMINC CO This Store Will Help You Dress Well and Succeed 928 Tower Phone 164 Compliments The Grand Rapids Belknap and Ogden Qmd tym-mtuAe ‘What Grand Rapids Promises Grand Rapids Does” MILLARD BERG STUDIO ComplimeriU to- the QloM of '4f COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITS 119 ' j Compliments Compliments of Weitlund Hardware Co. Barsness Candy Co. 1020 Tower Ave. Phone 415 ROOKEY TRANSFER CO. Compliments of COAL — COKE — BRIQUETS Duplex Manufacturing Insured Moving Service Company 1813 Belknap St. Phone 9 GENERAL OFFICE 62nd and N. P. tracks Phone 240 120Compliments of Bingham Hardware Company RAWLINGS AND SPALDING SPORTING GOODS LUGGAGE, WHEEL GOODS, PAINT AND HARDWARE “Make Us Your Headquarters For Sports Equipment” 1009 Tower Phone 109 The Store of Quality and Service Wc carry at All Times a Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables E. 0. THOMPSON GROCERY 1422 Tower Phone 552 1 MOVING STORAGE Baggage and Parcels to All Parts of Superior and Duluth SUPERIOR AND DULUTH TRANSFER CO. COAL AND WOOD 911 Tower Phone 138 College Clothes ... PACE-SETTER SUITS G. G. G. SUITS LEE HATS JOHNSONIAN SHOES Sasner’s Men’s Shop 1118 Tower Avenue From Campus Sports Wear to Formal Dress Shop Here First Newest Styles at Lowest Prices! EMPORIUM 1017 Tower Avenue 7fy- history in the making 'A « ( - •- dy tf1 ZUyfy - presented daily in L c. The Evening T elegram “Upper Wisconsin’s Crest Homo DsUy” 121Compliments of Superior Clearing House Association FIRST NATIONAL BANK SUPERIOR STATE BANK WISCONSIN STATE BANK COMMUNITY SAVINGS BANK NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Members of F. D. I. C. Tower Floral ASHBY’S When you think of Flowers of Quality Phone 456 Bonded member of the F. T. D. “We are your Friends” Vocpue feooiesuf, 1218 Tower Avenue, Superior Here is a message for Students who do their own cooking There is a store in town where your dollar stretches the most—at no sacrifice in quality Obtain Your Choice: Fresh Meats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Groceries At a Superior Grocery interested in the welfare of Superior Collegiates THE NATIONAL TEA CO. Deluxe Food Market 1516 Tower Ave. 1225 MILLION JOBS In January, the National Defense Board announced the prespect that five million NEW jobs would be created during the first eleven months of this year. Add to these the heavy demand created by the marked improvement in private business and employment opportunities should reach an all time peak. Civil Service appointments are being made at an unheard of rate. Right here at B. B. S. we have had more calls than we could fill. Time was never so important. Prepare now while this condition exists. BARTLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL Superior, Wisconsin BUILDING A BETTER AMERICA! The democratic Co-operative are a training; ground lor democracy, a place where American work together economically to build a better, ounder America and educate themtelve lor a better llle. Wl con»ln Law now provide lor the teaching ol Cooperative In public chooi . Ltarn more about Co-operaltr tt Write lor a Free Copy ol THE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDER Box 2000,—Suptrtor, Wit. You art Inrlttd to thlt our eontamtr-owned printing plant at Wlnttr and Ogden Jlo+ietj, Qle ne vi Insurance, Real Estate, Loans ' t% 1717 Winter Street I i I Carlson Bros. Co. FURNACES STOKERS OIL BURNERS 1216 Banks Phone 314 REED MERRELL, Inc. Authorized SALES and SERVICE FORD Phone 3600 MERCURY8 1202 Ogden Ave. Compliments of Duluth-Superior Bus Co. We are proud of our small part in offering offering safe, convenient, and economical transportation to the students and faculty of your college. 123DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION FOUNTAIN SERVICE DRUG SUNDRIES EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Opera House Drug Co. Tower and Belknap Phone 1165 Compliments LURYE FURNITURE COMPANY Quality Furniture Lower Prices 1208 Tower Ave. Phone 68 MAST PRINTING Ptintete, COMPANY Established 1890 RULERS . . . BINDERS “Quality Printing and Service” 1815 Broadway Phone 1189 SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN Vacation time U J leaA . . . And so is the ideal spot for it The Arrowhead District lies at your very door. Why not plan on spending a part of your vacation in the great out-of-doors of Northern Minnesota? The Missabe operates passenger trains daily between Duluth and Missabe and Vermilion Range points and low fares make it possible to get there and back at a very nominal cost. WHEN YOU GO, USE THE MUiaLe. O'lan Roncfe flailuMOf, Go-. 124Compliments House of Flowers 1307 Tower Ave. Phone 279 Odorless Dry Cleaning and Pressing SHOES REPAIRED "Our work is our best advertisement” FRISCO SHOE SHOP 1426 Tower Phone 746 HAVE YOU INVESTIGATED? A NEW FIELD Have you completed your sophomore year? Are you graduating in June? If so, read this carefully—you may find your opportunity. MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARIAN AND MEDICAL SECRETARY are two new professions in an expending field. Throughout the U. S. only 79 Medical Record Librarians are graduated annually. Yet, every hos- fiital requires the services of at east one. The profession is in a pioneer stage, vastly understaffed, and offers remarkable opportunities for a career of splendid service. After only several months of intensive specialized training that you receive at our Fully ACCREDITED school, you can qualify for this wonderful work. We shall be glad to confer with you anytime. Send for free bulletin. The Trend Today, the trend In business la definitely toward the college-trained aoc rota rial and office worker. Combine your academic background with a aound technical training — the way to aucceeal Tho following couraet equip you for responsible positions either In private Industry or gorernment service: • Business Admin la trnUon • Secretarial • Normal Commercial • Clsfl Service • Office Mechanics • Accounting • Court Room Reporting DULUTH BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Bradley Building Duluth, Minn. For Anything Photographic, See DRYSDALE - PERRY CO. Child Photography a Specialty 125WHOLESOME, TEMPTING, HEALTHFUL, ECONOMICAL TASTY DELICIOUS BREAD PASTRIES The staff has had an awful time To try and make this darn poem ryme; Miss Cooper too has had a fit O’er lack of meter found in it. At any rate, take this advise, For baker’s goods at lower price. Stop at a nearby store and say, ’ “I’ll try some LEAMON’S bread today’’ Tip to Co-eds: Serving our goods will help find the way to your future husband's heart. Always successful, STC athletic teams eat LEAMON’S products for extra vigor. Matinee Prices Noon to 6 P. M. Except Holidays Adults 20c Children 10c Superior’s Newest and Most Modern Theatre Night Prices after 6 P. M. Adults 30c Tax Included Children 10c Sunday Prices—Adults 30c—Noon to Closing AIR CONDITIONED Comfortably Cool At All Times ALL FIRST RUN PICTURES l'LCS LATEST SHORT 8UBJKCT8 Including Latest March of Time • Walt Disney Specials MAKE THE BEACON YOUR MOVIE HEADQUARTERS 126SEE US FOR COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Congratulations to The Class of 1941 SILVER-TONSBERG CO. purntere Printers 518-520 Tower Ave. Phone 2445 1714 N. 12th Street Phone 24 Compliments Compliments of GRANT’S CAKE SHOP Best Meals and Pastries SUPERIOR FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION 1425 Tower Ave. Phone 1656 SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN For that Perfect Atmosphere for You Can Find . . . Parties, Luncheons, and Dinners at Minimum Prices The Best Meals and Finest Selections for Less Money Go To At THE COLONIAL TEA HOUSE 1609 John Ave. Phone 634 THE FEDERAL BAKERY 1116 Tower Ave. Phone 549 Compliments Compliments of A. B. MILAVETZ GROCERY Finest Meats, Vegetables At Minimum Prices THE SUPERIOR BOOK BINDING CO. Binders of the 1941 Gitche 1602 Tower Ave. Phone 556 710 Winter St. Phone 687 127 SUPERIOR FLORAL CO. THE CAPITOL TEA ROOMS TELEGRAPH is just The Place for fylotiAti Delicious Meals and Excellent Fountain Service “Say It With Flowers” 1114 Tower Ave. Phone 614 1416 Tower Avenue Phone 295 Greater . . . Because the Palace Theatre brings to you The best pictures and Short subjects from The leading film companies As first-run attractions. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Paramount 20th Century-Fox Warner Bros. First National United Artists PALACE THEATRE pimi+99 Congratulations to the Class of 1941 For the kind of Service and quality workmanship that makes you want to have your clothes cleaned oftener Call the fale-£ uprrtor Camt nj anil Srg (ttkanpra 911 Ogden Avenue Phones 1100 Compliments CONGRATULATIONS to the DAHLS GROCERIES AND MEATS Glad .i o{ f9W from Mather Pharmacy, Inc. Phones: 4321 — 4320 1216 Belknap Prescription Experts 1505 Tower Avenue Phone 100 128Quality Haircutting Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Luggage, and Sporting Goods Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing TABER’S BARBER SHOP 1019 Tower Avenue THE MARCUS COMPANY 728 Tower Ave. Phone 3762 Fellas,— The Finest in Collegiate Wearing Apparel can be found at The LEE RUSSELL BARBER SHOP Prompt, Satisfying Work THE MEN’S SHOP 1423 Tower Ave. Phone 497 FIVE BARBERS 1330 Tower Ave. Phone 1179 TYOMIES BOOKS STATIONERY To Be Well Dressed and Still Save Money BUY AT Get Our Estimates on Job Printing 601-603 Tower Ave. Phone 465 THE SUPERIOR CLOTHING CO. Latest Styles 1202-4 Tower Ave. Phone 171 Compliments M. BERGER COMPANY Hardware and Furniture Comer 6th and Tower Phone 292 For A Complete Selection of High Quality Clothing BUY AT GATELYS Duluth—Superior—Virginia Convenient Credit Terms 129FOR CO-EDS . . . Carolynne Shoes Elmbrook Coats Sally Lynne Hats Beau Mode Hosiery Accessories FOR THE COLLEGE GENTLEMEN . . Sterling Suits Sterling Coats Sports Clothes Longwear Shoes Accessories THE BEST FOR LESS S L 4 0 1413 Tower Avenue Phone 771 Stack Brothers, Inc. SUPERIOR’S MOST POPULAR FAMILY THEATRE Always A Good Show First Run Attractions and Return Engagements of Big Productions Selected Short Units AIR CONDITIONED PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS 1216 Ogden Phone 648 BERTHIAUMES, Inc. 6 PHONES 4700 RITZINGER GLASS CO. QLm. Ornamental Glass, Mirrors, Plate, Structural and Window Glass. Auto Windshields and Sedan Glass :: Shatterproof Glass Groceries, Meats and Our Own Baking 1415-1417-1419 Tower Ave., Superior, Wis.Compliments of ROLAND C. BUCK Incorporated Architects and Engineers Telegram Building The Telegram Job Printing Shop “Complete Service Printers” John G. Green, Mgr. Telegram Building COMPLIMENTS of G. J. HOWARD MOTOR COMPANY Plymouth Chrysler 1418 Belknap Phone 321 Erlanson COMPLIMENTS OF Lumber Company 2202 East Eighth Street CURTlS WOODWORK Phone 5000 131We Serve Both Lunches and Complete Dinners Tender Fried Chicken Is Our Specialty THE REDMOND CAFE 2231 E. Fifth St. Phone 4510 Honest Service Phone 3008 EDELSTEIN’S FURNITURE AND GIFT STORE Complete Line of Up-to-date Furniture, Rugs, Mattresses, and Stoves Visit Our New Gift Dept, of Imports and Pictures 1521-23 Tower Ave. Superior, Wis. A COMBINATION THAT MAKES FOR THE TOPS IN PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMY GoolesuUo and 9ce Stop in and see the Latest Models in Modern Refrigeration At SUPERIOR ICE AND FUEL COMPANY Phone 282 Office, 1517 Tower Avenue DEPENDABLE GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS RANGES RADIOS Everything Electrical BENSON ELECTRIC CO. Third and Grand Phone 1123 Expert Workmanship Quality Materials PERSONAL SERVICE at TORVICK’S TAILOR SHOP 1419 Belknap E. T. SAFFORD CO. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Parker Pens . . Greeting Cards . . Ring Books and Fillers PARTY FAVORS AND DECORATIONS Leather Goods — Art Supplies 1306 Tower Ave. Superior, Wis. 132HlJe fouiSUitt ee Good a watfs at Lowest Prices. The Furniture Corner of Superio TRY OUR DRY CLEANING SERVICE Save 20% Off on All Personal Laundry " You can't help but be pleased with our service" Cash and Carry Hawkins Laundry 1312 Ogden Avenue Phone 300 Compliments of H. M. S myth Company Printers - Lithographers - Publishers ST. PAUL MINNESOTA 133ENJOYED BROADCASTING THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT'S PRESENTATION OF “THE MESSIAH” OVER THE COAST-TO-COAST MUTUAL NETWORK. DEC. 7, 1940, THEREBY CALLING THE ATTENTION OF MILLIONS TO SUPERIOR STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 1 230 ON THE DIAL 7 te Stogie CONGRATULATIONS fyo 'IjautUf Men, . . . to the ARROW SHIRTS GlaU mi ADAM HATS BOSTONIAN SHOES For Hard Building: Material, Fuel, KUPPENHEIMER and Long-Distance Hauling, GOOD CLOTHES SEE , EKSTROM’S NORTHERN SUPPLY FUEL COMPANY 626 Tower Ave. Phone 2466 809 Winter Street J$ Phone 94 Let Us Solve Compliments of Your Beauty Problem MODERNE BEAUTY SALON Rodi Zledt uc Co-. Expert Hair Styling 1406 Tower Ave. Phone 440 1225 Tower Avenue Phone 242 134jut 0- cut tA jL j f '.' (p+ 'O.GIGU’S GUIDE A Cappclla Choir......................-............ 51 Administration ................-......-..........10,11 Alpha Kappa..............................-........ 68 Band .............................................. 48 Basketball _____________________________________ 83-87 Boxing ------------------------------ —...-...88,89 Dedication ............. -................-........ 6 Delta Sigma Delta Theta 57 70 Dramatics .......... -......................... 38,39 Executives .......................................... 7 Faculty -------------------------------- -.......12-23 Fox ... .________________________________________ 64-65 Football ....................................... 74-81 Gamma Phi Epsilon Gitchc Gumco ....... Glee Clubs 54 46 60 Grammar Junior High Department................. 44 Homecoming ............................-.....94-97 Intermediate Department..........-............. 43 Inter-Club Council................................. 53 International Relations Club...................... 71 Iota Delta Chi ...................................6G, 67 Kindergarten-Primary Department ................40,41 Lambda Delta Chi.............................. 68, 69 Lambda Sigma Lambda................................ 56 Messiah .......................................... 52 Orchestra .................................... 49 Owl and Serpent.................................... 35 Peptomist ......................................... 47 Physical Education ............................... 91 Seniors .........................................26-34 Sigma Gamma Chi ...................................62, 63 Sigma Omega........................................ 59 Sigma Pi .......................................... 55 Speech Club...................................... 45 Tau Alpha Chi................................... 60 Women’s Athletic Association ................. 61,90 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Androy Hotel ......................................Ill Ashbys’ Floral Shop.............-...................122 Bareness Candy..................... -..............120 Bartley School .............................. -...123 Beacon Theatre ............. ..................—...126 Ben Franklin Stores.............................-..Ill Benson Electric Co.................................132 Berger Hardware ...................................129 Berthiaumes ........................................130 Bingham Hardware...................................121 Brandser’s Clothing .............................—.109 Bridgeman’s .......................................Ill Buck, R. C..................-......................131 Campbell Lumber Co.................................114 Capitol Tea Rooms .................................128 Carlson Stoker.................................-...123 Coal Dock Union ...................................115 Coffee Shop........................................114 Coca Cola ........................................ 117 Colonial Tea Rooms ..........................-.....127 Columbia Clothing Co...............................119 Co-op Publishers ..................................123 Co-op. Wholesale ..................................113 Dahl’s Grocery.....................................128 Deloris Millinery .................................109 De Witt Seitz......................................114 Drvsdale-Perry ....................................126 Dube’s ..................................... -....118 Duluth Business University ........................125 Duluth Missabc R. R................................124 Uiberson Beauty bhoo ...........................„...112 Grain Commission ...............................,...116 Grand Rapids Furniture .............................119 Grant’s Cake Shop ..................................127 Hawkins Laundry .................................. 133 Holzberg’s Cleaners .......................... _...117 Huot’s ..._..................................... 117 Howard’s Garage ....................................131 Howatt’s Jewelry ................................. 114 La Vine Shop .......................................129 Lcamon Bakery .................................. 126 Liberty Loan ..................................... 118 Lightbody's ...»............................. 112 Loney Clemens............................. ......123 Luryc Furniture ...-...............................124 Marcus Loan .......................................129 Martin Tea Rooms ...................................117 Mast Printing Co................................. 124 Mather’s Drug Store ...............................128 May Furniture Co.................................. 116 Milavitz Grocery ..................................127 Millard Berg ......................................119 Modeme Beauty Shop.................................134 Motor Inn .........................................118 National Tea Store ................................122 Northern Supply ...................................134 Northwestern Oil ..................................116 Opera House Drug Store.............................124 Palace Theatre.....................................128 Peoples Drug Store.................................lio Peoples Theatre ...................................130 Popkins’ Furniture ................................127 Redmond’s Cafe.....................................132 Ritzinger Glass Co.................................130 Rookev Transfer .................................. 120 Ross Electric .....................................134 Roth Bros..........................................108 Rudolph’s Furniture ...............................133 Russell Barber Shop................................129 Russell Creamery...................................109 Safford’s ........................................ 132 Sasner’s ........................................ 121 Savolainen .........................................119 120 Siegel Bros. Clothing 118 114 Silver-Tonsberg Printing Co 127 134 Smyth Printing Co 133 132 130 121 Erickson Garage 110 131 no 127 Ford Garage 123 Frisco Cleaners 125 Funeral Directors Gatelys Clothing 127 129 Taber Barber Shop Telegram ....129 121 Telegram Job Dept. Thompson Grocery.......... Torvick Tailor Shop ...... Tuvcrson Garage........... Twin Ports Creamery....... Tyomies .................. Valley Brook ............. Vogue Bootery............. WDSM Radio Station....... Westlund Hardware ........ Whipple Printing Co...... Widness Insurance ........ Wightman’s Floral Shop .. 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