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

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The Gitche Gumee Superior State Teachers College Superior, WisconsinDedication Recognizing your contributions to S. T. C. and to the great field of education, we respectively dedicate our annual to you. Mr. Almy. As we ascend the winding stairs in the library wing to third floor, we find it difficult to realize that on reaching your office the door will not be open and you will not be seated at your desk. We. recall with pleasure our many associations together and look forward to meeting and talking with you on your occasional return visits to the college. 5Contents DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES ADVERTISINGAdministration Dr. G. N. SUNDQUIST— It’s nice to feel that our college has the support of the people of the city. This support is best expressed through the friendship and co-operation of our regent. Dr. Sundquist. 1 i PRESIDENT WILLIAMS— We appreciate the fact that being a college president is not an easy task. The duties of this position do not leave President Williams much time to become xvell acquainted with the individual students. Nevertheless, his friendly smile expresses his genuine interest in each and ever)' student of S. T. C. I I Administration Miss Clark lias done much to help the newcomers to S. T. C. accustom themselves to college life. Through her sympathetic guidance and understanding of their problems, the girls have accepted her as their friend. Dr. Loop doubles as dean of our waning manpower, and Director of the Training School. He also offers his assistance in obtaining teaching positions for the students. THE OFFICE STAFF Mix McKinnon, Milt Bach, M» » William , Jancl OvmamUrn. 9Library Staff r Donald Woods..... Florence Walde... Mrs. 0. P. Lund.. Miss Bertha Cams LIBRARY STAFF ................................Head Librarian ...........................Assistant Librarian .....................Second Assistant Librarian ...........................McCaskill Librarian During the first semester the staff members of the college library were assisted by Margaret I'linn, Charles Haas, Beverly Hegestrom, Delores Hcrubin, Edith Klinkcnberg, and Mrs. June Pooler. At the beginning of the second semester, students, Marjorie Stumpner, Phyllis Geiger, Geraldine Larveau, and Bob Warn were added to the staff. Theodore Sanwald and Patricia Spencer assisted Miss Cams in the McCaskill library during the first semester. The second semester, Jean Brodin and Dorothy Roeser were Miss Cams’ assistants. The students of S. T. C. have appreciated the services rendered by this efficient library staff. 10iJANE REHNSTRAM) Aft MARY II. DEATON. M. A English KATHRYN OILMAN, M. A. English BERENICE COOPER. M. A. English MAX MOI.YNEUX, Ph. D. English FLORENCE WALDE. B. E. Library 11WILLIAM A. PITKIN, Ph. D. History LEWIS J. CAREY. Ph. D Economics, Sociology DOROTHY O. WAITE. M. A. History MYRTIE HUNT. B. S. Physical Education JAY W. McKEE. Ph. D. History LEO DiMARCO. B. E. Physical EducationEDWARD L. BOLE.NDER, M. S Biology CRACK E. BARNEY, M. A. French EDWIN H. SCHRIEBER. M. S. Phy ic», Astronomy BESSIE A. BENTON. M. A. Cerrnan, English OTTO II. JOHNSON. Ph. D. Chemistry HELEN E. LOTH. Ph. D. Latin, SpanishHAZEL A. SECUIN. M. A. Hiology CELIA M. CARSLEY, M. A. Education (supervisor) PAUL T. MILLER. Ph. D. Ccology LOUIS ADA WLSON. M. A. Education HANNA JONTZ, .M. A. Hygcinc IIEUTHA L. CARNS, M. A. EducationFACULTY IN SERVICE COL. JIM DAN HILL; Overseas. MAJOR THORPE M. LANGLEY; Gardner Cencral Hospital, Chicago, III. LT. (s. g.) TED WIIEREATT; University of Iowa. MR. PHIL ARLAUSKY; American Red Cross, Overseas. LT. COL. H. M. WEEKS; Overseas. LT. RAIDIE POOLE; Cushing General Hospital, Farmington, Mass. WILLIAM SCHLIEP, M. Mm. Music SIDNEY WRIGHT, M. A. industrial Art DONALD C. FOLTZ. M. Mu . Music IDA W. FLOCSTAD, M. S. Mathematic McCaskill Faculty ELISABETH MONGER, M. A. Supervising Teacher; Junior High, History GERTRUDE UNTHANK. M. A. Art Supervisor AGNES V. KIRK. M. A. Supervising Teacher; Junior High, English HARRY H. WHITNEY. M. S. Principal Junior High BERNIECE JOHNSON. M. A. Supervising Teacher; Second Crade MIND A P. HOVLAND, M. A. Supervising Teacher; Third Grade MARIE P. WIKNKE. M. S. Supervising Teacher; Kindergarten ELIZABETH N. CASTLE. M. A. Supervising Teacher; First Crade LOIS M. PENNIE, M. A. Supervising Teacher; Fifth Grade RUTH PETERSON Secretary JOANNA E. TEERJNK, M. A. Ass’t. Director, Demonstration School EDITH SWARTLEY. M. A. Music Supervisor FRIEDA L. WANDBY, B. A. Supervising Teacher; Sixth Crade DAISY B. FULTON, M. A. Supervising Teacher; Fourth GradeOwl and Serpent Back row—Louise Abrahamson, Marjorie Balirmann, Millicent Nord, Margaret Kammers, Mary Gray. Front row — Verle Neck, Iola Gorr, Marjorie Vattendahl, Anita Ritola. Membership in the Owl and Serpent, honorary scholastic fraternity, is awarded students with “B” or higher averages. The names released in October by Professor E. H. Schrieber, registrar, as eligible were: Louise Abrahamson............Kindergarten-Primary Marjorie Bahrmann............Kindergarten-Primary Mary Gray....................Kindergarten-Primary Ioi.aGorr....................High School Training Verle Neck...................High School Training Millicent Nord...............High School Training Anita Ritola.................High School Training Marjorie Vattendahl..........High School Training Margaret Kammers.....................Intermediate 17I.UCILLE CARLSON Pepin, Wis.; Int.; Tau Alpha Chi; W. A. A.; Clcc Club; Inter-Club Council. MARJORIE BAHKMAN, B. E. Superior. Wig.; K. P.; A. C. E., V. Pres., Treat.: Lambda Sigma Lambda. Pres., Sgt. at Arms; Clcc Club; Choir; Owl ami Serpent. HELEN MARJORIE CHRIST Hayward, Wis.; Gamma Phi Epsilon, V. Pres.; Sigma Camuia Chi; I. R. C.; Glee Club. LOUISE ABKAHAMSON. B. E. Superior, Wis; K. P.; Sigma Omega; Owl and Serpent; A. C. E., Pres. DOLORES BRUETT, B. S. Drummond, Wis.; H. S. T.; Gamma Phi Epsilon, Pret., V. Pre ., Treas., Sect.; Inter-Club Council; Band; I. R. C. MARCURITE ANDERSON. B. E. Superior, Wis.; K. P.; Alpha Kappa, V. Pres., Pres., Treas.; Cabinet; Alpha Psi Omega, Business Mgr.; Citche Gurnee, Business Mgr.JEAN ERLANSON. B. S. Superior, Wii.; H. S. T.; Della Sigma, V. Prc ., Pres.; Inter-Club Council. I OLA CORR. B. S. Shell Lake. Wis.; H. S. T.; Alpha Kappa, Pres., Treat.; Sigma Gamma Chi, Prc .; Owl nnd Serpent; Alpha I’»i Omega; Glee Club; Double Trio; Choir; Cliche Guince, Faculty Etl. MARGARET FLINN, B. E. Superior, Wis.; Int., Pres.; Lambda Sigma Lambda, Sect.; Clec Club; Choir. HELEN GREEN, R. S. Superior, Wis.; K. P. Lambda Sigma Lambda; Glee Club; Messiah Soloist; Senior Class Sect.-Trea . MARIE ELLMAN, B. E. Kcnnan, Wis.; K. 1 .; Gamma Phi Epsilon, Pres., V. Pres.. Sect.; W. A. A.. Trcas.; Inaer-Club Council; Pcptomist; A. C. E. MARY CRAY. B. E. Superior, Wis.; K. P.; Lambda Sigma Lambda, Sect.; Owl and Serpent; Glee Club; Choir.F " DONALD OLSON. B. S c|ub; ?.T'c.7 5£ oi '« = Boxing- VERLE NECK. B. S. Spooner. Wi.., H. S. T.; Alpha Kappa. prP9 , V. i re«.; Sigma Gamma CIn ; Alpha P»i Omesa, Director; Cabinet, Prea.: Gitche Gurnee, Society Ed., Ed. in Chief; Glee Club; Owl and Serpent; Cennan Club; Inter-Club Council. JUNE POOLER. B. S. Superior, Wit.; If. S. T.; Lambda Sig-ma Lambda. Prea., Treas.; Inter-Club Council; Cabinet. Aiillicent NORD, n S Tr.':orv. ;; -s-T.: siCni. ... Cabinet; Owl and Counci|: ' IRCINIa SUDUEtER B s ‘ •rahficld. Wi... „ ’ '_?• Srcl V. l»,c.. ' f‘ S T.; SigmM PiMARJORIE VATTENDAHL. B. S. Superior, Wit.; H. S. T.; Lambda Sigma I.ambda; Alpha P»i Omega; Glee Club; Owl and Serpent. INEZ CHRISTIANSON. B. E. Luck. Wit. LOUISE HAWK. B. E. Rockford, Ohio; K. P.; Miami Uni-veraity, Oxford, Ohio; Glee Club; College Artist . ANITA RITOLA, D. E. Iron Belt. Wit.; H. S. T.; Clec Club; Choir; Owl and Serpent. CLASS OFFICERS President.............................. Vice President......................... Secretary-Treasurer.................... CLASS ADVISOR Mr. Jay W. McKee ....Donald Olson Margaret Kammers .....Helen Green 21Juniors Back row — Shirley Paul, Muriel Hanson, Yirginialec Meade, Marjorie Hendrickson, Kleanor OUon, Dolores llerubin, Shirley Tappen. Middle row— Beverly Vince, Adele Nordstrom, Natalie Fuller, Mildred Carter, Mildred I.inden, Phyllis Simon. Front row — Marion Surch, Thelma SamucUon, Geraldine Bong, Madge Moran, Alice Hjorknian, Betty Hac Peterson, Dorothy Adamson. CLASS OFFICERS President............................... Vice President.......................... Secret ary-Treasurcr.................... Julie Ann Hanson ....Eleanor Olson ...Marjorie Christ CLASS ADVISOR Miss Mary Deaton 23Sophomores Back row — Robert Tliiede, Kilwanl Aimcll. Thomas McIntosh, Hay Wliiwitt, Mr. Wriclit, advisor. Middle row — Geraldine Larvcau, Alice Bell, Jean Link, Arlic Jackson, France Fagan, Marjorie Sturopner, Peggy Costello, Jeanne Sword. Front row—Peggy Jacobson, Jean Whittier, Maxine Torgerson, Sally Hutchinson, Beverly HegStroro, Ceorgianna Sladky. CLASS OFFICERS President............................... Vice President.......................... Secretary-Treasurer..................... .......Ed Ansell Dorothy Norman ..Jeanne Sword CLASS ADVISOR Mr. Sidney Wright Freshmen Hack row — Rasmussen. Panrenliapon. Scliaiili, Urbaniak. Tibbs. Sonic. Third row — Bryant. Bourgeois, Lundinark. Ccrmond, Shccliy, Hill. Second row — Hrodin, Carlson, Aniordc, McConnell, Lake, A old. First row — Frochlicli, Williams, Rod. 25Freshmen Back row ■— Welshinger, Harbour, Benson. Nelson, Olson, 1.eland, Wicklund, Schneider, Christianson, Meier, Wallich. Third row — Swanson, Herrmann, Caldwell, Winner, Berg, Clemens, Salo, Anderson, Clark, llarju. Second row — O’Brien. Rocser, Spencer. Lyjoki, I.ee Clark, Klinkenberg, Crcneski. First row — Helwig, Bramer, Greely, Horn, Bardsley, Lauterbach, Searle. CLASS OFFICERS President...............................................William Fuller Vice President.............................................Neil Schaub Secretary..................................Shirley L. Swanson Treasurer........................................Neila Bardsley CLASS ADVISOR Miss Ida W. Flogstad 26■ IKindergarten-Primary Hack row — Jacolmm, Pctcruon, Hong, Fuller, Andcrcon, Clemens, Simon. Middle row: — WcUliingrr, Mi « Wilson, H.iilmiu, ilerrinann, Torgerson, Hosi, Hawk, Sword. Front row — Clark, Crorn|ui»t, Surclt, Henson, Drainer. KINDERGARTEN - PRIMARY The Kindergarten and the Primary Departments have been together for twenty-two years. Although this has made a large roll call, it has been a great success. The department has had many social functions which have had the desired effect of bringing the members of the groups closer together with a sisterly feeling. Each fall at the beginning of school, the Kindergarten-Primary and the Intermediate departments have their annual picnic. This year, plans could not be made to coincide with the weather, but they planned a get-to-gethcr for a later date in the year. The K-P’s help with the annual A. C. E. tea each year, where they renew their friendships with the girls from Duluth State Teachers College. The Spring tea is another annual event, and is always anxioulsy awaited by all who attend it. This year has certainly been a successful one for the department in developing school spirit, and ability to co-operate. We hope that our precedent is well established for years to come. OFFICERS President..........:................Louise Abrahamson Vice President.......................Marjorie Bahrman Secretary.................................Jeanne Sword Treasurer...............................Geraldine Bong ADVISOR Miss Louis Ada Wilson 27Intermediates Hack row — Maxine Amlrrson, Geraldine Larveau, Klcanor OI on, I’liylli Geiger, Dorothy Jackson, Delores Swanstrom. Front row—Mary Warcliam, Shirley Greeley, Mi»s Waite, Cracc Helwig, Thelma Samuelson. Our Intermediate Department has spent an active twenty-two years, both in their social, and their business life. They always begin and end their year’s work with their annual picnics. In the fall, they meet new friends and old friends in their annual get-to-gether with the Kindergarten-Primary department. Behind their very spirited work is their class song. This, perhaps, is one of the resources for all of their pep and school spirit. The whole department owes very much to the steady and cheerful guidance of Miss Waite, their advisor. (This song is sung to the tune of K-K-Katy.) Intermediates, Marvelous classmates, We’re the classiest class For many a mile around. Whenever achievements attain perfection, Someone from this mighty class Is sure to be found. OFFICERS President.................................Margaret Rammers Vice President..............................Marjorie Christ Secretary.................................Thelma Samuelson Treasurer...................................Mildred Linden Advisor: Miss Dorothy WaiteRural Jean liroilin, Patricia Spencer, Joyce Lyjo»ki, Dorothy Rococr, Mary O’Brien. In the recent years, our Rural department lias reflected an amazing growth. Out of the horse and buggy days, into the modern times of today our girls go—into the little red school houses where all of the children in the counties need them so much. These girls are ready to help the youth of today in their much improved educational program. In correlation with their social affairs is their organization which aims to develop in the teacher, a keener appreciation and understanding of the rural problem. Among their social activities, they held a party in honor of one of their boys who was leaving for the services. Miss Celia Carsley is the assistant advisor and has given Miss Cams a lot of her time and help. OFFICERS President........................... Vice President...................... Secretary........................... Treasurer........................... ....Joyce Lyyjoki ...Dorothy Roeser ......Jean Brodin Patricia Spencer Advisers: Miss Bertha Cams, and Miss Celia Carsley 29Nigh School Training Grammar JOHNSON. MYRTLE............. 2 PAPFELIS, VOLET............... Secondary AHHAHAMSON. ALFRED................. 1 ADAMSON. DOROTHY................... 3 AMORDE. IOANN...................... 1 ANDERSON. STANLEY.................. 2 AXSELL. EDU ARD.................... 2 BANKS. CORNELIA.................... 1 BAKDSLKY. NEILA.................... 1 BENSON, FLOY....................... 2 BERC. GLORIA......... ............. j BERNSTROM, ALYCB...................3 BOSTAD. SOPHIA.....................2 BOURGEOIS, BYRON................... 1 BRLETT. DELORES.................... A BRYANT. WILLIAM.................... J BUCK, DONALD........................ 1 CADICAN. PAT........................ 1 CALDWELL. MARJORIE................. 1 CARLSON, ANNAMAE................... 1 CARTER. MILDRED.................... 3 CHRISTIANSON. BETTY................ 1 CLARK. DOROTHY..................... 1 CLARKE. LOU HENRY.................. 1 COLEMAN, LOIS...................... 2 COSTELLO. MARGARET................. 2 DALEY. MARY........................ 1 DEEMER. MARY....................... 1 DIXON. WARD........................ 3 ERICKSON. DONALD................... 1 ERICKSON. HELEN JANE............... 1 ERLANSON. JEAN..................... A FAGAN, FRANCES..................... 2 FIECE, BEVERLY..................... 1 FROEIILICH. ALICE.................. 1 FULLER. WILLIAM.................... 1 GER.MONI). ROBERT .................) GORR. IOLA .................. GREELEY. SHIRLEY .......... 1 GREEN. HELEN....................... A CREENWOLD. PRISCILLA............... 3 GRYNIEWSKI, CLARA.................. l HASS. CHARLES...................... 1 HANSON. JULIE ANN.................. 3 HANSON. MURIEL..................... 3 HANSON'. ROBERTA................... 1 IIARJU. ELLA ...................... l HARPER. NANCY...................... 2 HARPER. ATHALIE (MRS.)............. 4 HELWIG. KARL....................... J HKLYVIG. VIRGINIA ................. 1 HEItTZOG. MARION................... 1 IIF.RUBIN. DELORES................. 3 HOLCOMB. MARILYN .................. 1 HUTCHINSON. ALMA................... 2 ISAKZON. INEZ...................... 1 JACKSON. ARLIE..................... 2 JACOHSON. BETTY JANE .............. 2 JARVI. HELEN....................... 3 JF.RMSTAI). RONALD ................ 1 JOHNSON. ANITA..................... 1 JOHNSON. ARNOLD.................... 1 JOHNSON. IRENE..................... 1 JOHNSON. LOIS...................... 1 JONES. KATHRYN..................... 3 JOYCE. CAII........................ 1 KING. JESSIE....................... 1 KLINKENDERG. EDITH................. 1 LaCESSE. ROBERT.................... 1 LAKE. HENNA........................ 1 LALTERBACH. COKINNE................ 1 LA YIN. T It ESSIE................. 1 LEE. BETTE......................... 1 LF.LAND. HAZE!..................... 1 LINK. JEAN ....................2 LUNDMARK. BARI..................... 1 McConnell, lois....................1 McHUCH. JAMES ..................... 2 McIntosh, thomas...................2 MAHONEY. KATHLEEN.................. 1 MALINK. SHEILA................ MATUSHAK. DELORES............. MEADE. VIRGINIA LEE........... MEDLEY. ROBERT................ MEIER. JEAN................... M1LAVETZ. ALBIN............-.. MONTELIONK, VIRGINIA.......... MOUK. LOIS............-....... MURPHY. IRENE..................... MURRAY. RUTH..........-............ NECK. VERLE........................ NELSON. CLARICE.................... NELSON. JOYCE..............—....... NELSON. JUNE..........-....-...-... NELSON. LOREN...................... NESS. DOROTHY...................... NIEMI. ANNA ....................... NORD. MII.LICENT................... NORDSTROM, ADELE................... NOltMAN. DOROTHY................... OLSON, DONALD...................... OLSON, JANICE...................... OLSON, LORRAINE.................... OLSON. YVONNE...................... PANZENHAGEN. FRED.................. PETERSON. JANICE................... POOLER. JUNE WANGEN................ RASMUSSEN, ROSEMARY................ REECE. R. M...........-........... - RETZER, GERMAINE 1 REMUS. JEANNE..................... 1 RITOLA. ANITA..................... I ROCK. LOIS ....................... 1 ROOS. VIOLET i ROSENBKKC. DICK.......-........... 1 ROSKE, JOYCE ................. SAI.O. MARTHA..................... 1 SAYLES, JEAN...................... I SCHAUIL NEIL..................... 1 SCOTT, RUBY....................... 1 suable. ESTELLE................... 1 SENSE. JOHN....................... 1 S1IEEHY. GREGORY i SISLO. LEONE...................... 1 SLADKY, GEORGIAN A SLOAN. WILLIAM.................... 1 SUDMKIEB. VIRGINIA I SUMMER FI ELD. DARRELL 1 SUSENS, THOMAS ....................1 SWANSON. DOROTHY................. 2 SWANSON. SHIRLEY JEAN i SWANSON. SHIRLEY LOUISE........... l TAPPKN. SHIRLEY................... 3 TESKE, LOIS ...................... l TIIIEDE. ROBERT................... 2 THOMPSON. WILLIAM ................ 1 THORPE, MARIAN.................... I TIBBS, JOHN....................... 2 TITUS. LEW ELYN.................. 3 TOFTNESS. GLORIA 2 URBANIAK. HEBNARD................. 1 VATTF.NDAIIL. MARJORIE I VINCE. BEVERLY 3 VOLD. CHARLOTTE .................. 1 WALLICII. DELIA.................. 1 WAREHAM, MARY..................... 1 WARN, ROBERT 1 WELSIIINCER. IONE................. 3 WESTER LUND. ROBERT............... 1 WIIITSITT, RAY.................... 2 WHITTIER JEAN..................... 2 WICKLUND, REGINA.................. 2 WILLIAMS. VERA.................... 1 WINOUIST, MARION.................. . 3 WITTWER. MARJORIE................. 1 YANO, FRANCES.................... 1 YANO. MARIAN...................... 1 ZACHAU. VIRGINIA ................. 3 ZAGER, MARCIA..................... 3 30Art Department Upper left — Alice Ann Swanson, Loic Jacobson, Louise Hawk, Gerry Larveaux and Alpha Askov add that certain “artistic touch.” Upper right — Marion Yano and Peggy Jacobson concentrate on their subject. Lower—Margurite Anderson poses for Marion Yano, Peggy Jacobson, Marjorie Stumpner and Betty Rae Peterson. 31Music Department Mr. Sciiliep Mr. Folz Instrumental Vocal CONCERT SERIES Teresita and Emilio Osta........Latin-American Dancer and Pianist Don Cossack Chorus........................Serge Jaroff, Conductor HANDEL’S MESSIAH Conrad Thibault, Baritone Ernst Wolff, Tenor Orchestra...........................................Choir Concert Inez Hilding, Violinist Brandon South worth. Harpist SPRING CONCERT 32Band In Action A Pep Band was organized this year under the student leadership of Janice Olson. It was composed of twenty-two members, including three from East high school, and two from Central high school. The band added zest to the season’s basket ball games, and helped make the Homecoming assembly a success. 33Orchestra In Action “We have our less glamorous moments, too ’-—the orchestra practices under the very aide direction of Professor William Srhliep. 35CHOIR Back row — Ber?. Larvcaii, A«kuv, Flinn, Toftne«», Malinc, Erick«on. Peterson, Kitola, Jacobson, 01»on, Ilcrubin. Bell. Front row — Torpor-on. Creen, Hanson. Harbour, Helwij;, Simon, Samuelson, Hegstroin, Kammer . Pappeli , Caldwell. Mr. Foltz.Another beautiful performance of Handel’s “Messiah” was given December 3, to a capacity audience. The inspiring and traditional oratorio was performed with its usual beauty and excellence by the college music department assisted by talented members of the community. Student soloists this year were Julie Ann Hanson, soprano, a Junior; and Helen Green, soprano, a Senior. Guest soloists included Mrs. Agnes Rast Snyder of St. Paul, contralto; Mr. Theodore Sohner of Minneapolis, tenor; and Mr. John Macdonald of Chicago, bass. Professors Foltz and Schlcip deserve much credit and praise for their untiring efforts and enthusiasm in making the “Messiah” a success.Glee Club Sixth low — Julie llan '»n. Marjorie Ralirman, Mr. Foil , Marjorie Caldwell. Hfth row Geraldine Bong, Geraldine Larvcau, Shirley Hicdcrmaim, I’hyli Geiger. Dnrnthy Geiger, Dorothy J;ick«on. Florence Ko»i, Verle Neck. Fourth row - l.neille Carl«on. Koherta Han» n. ircinia I lei wig, Tre »ie Lavin, Clarice Nelson, Geraldine Clark. Beverly Hcg»lrom. Third row Kn e Herrmann. Gloria Toflnc»», Charlotie Void, Kolx-rta Christianson, Maxine Anderson, Alpha Askov. Second row Sheila Malinc, 1’iivill.i Green wold, Shirley Swanson, l.ouise Hawk. Evelyn Schneider. Fir t row — Gloria Berg, Maxine Torgrion, Janice OHon. Tlu: College Glee Club under the direction of Professor Donald Foltz meets semi-weekly. During this school term the girls have performed in the annual Christmas season presentation of the Messiah and in the Spring concert. Marion Winquist, Jean Sword, and Janice Olson make use of one of the practice rooms in the music building.Alpha Psi Omega Bark row • Beverley Hcgalrom, Lou Coleman, Millierni N'ord. Jeanne Rernu . Middle row June NcUon, Hazel I.eland, Lleanor OLon, Corrinne Lautcrbacli. From row — Margaret Klinn. Joyce Ho ke, Violet I'apprii , Margurilr Anderson Not present — Verle Neck, Francis Fagan, Alpha A»kov. OFFICERS Director (President).............................Vcrlc Neck Stage Manager (Vice President)..............Violet Pappelis Business Manager (Secretary).............Marguritc Anderson Despite the shortage of men this year, the Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatic fraternity, presented three plays. The tragic situation of coal-miners’ wives waiting for their men to come up from a caved-in mine was portrayed in Out Of The Dark, a tragedy in one act. Suppressed Desires, also a one-act play, a comedy, provided good entertainment for the student body. Chills and hair-raising were in order for the spring presetation of Nine Girls, a sophisticated murder mystery. Much credit is due Miss Katherine Oilman, dramatics coach and advisor to the Alpha Psi Omega, for her fine work under war-time handicaps. 39OUT OF THE DARK Mrs. Melting........................................................Alpha Askov Mrs. Crecnhalgh........................................Marguritc Anderson Mrs. Lomax ..............................................Inez Christensen Mrs. Ryan......................................................Verle Neck Rachel Klegg..................................................’....Violet Pappelis Mrs. Tates..........................................................Joyce Roskc SUPPRESSED DESIRES Henrietta Brewster..... ............Joyce Roskc Mabel.................. ........Millicent Nord Stephen Brewster....... .............Jack Tibbs 10Dramatics Jane................. Eve................. Frcida.............. Alice................ Sharon (Clamorpuss) Shirley.............. Heily (Tennessee).... Stella (Shotput)..... Mary................. NINE GIRLS .......................Lois Coleman ........................Joyce Roske ......................Margaret Flinn ................Corrinne Lautcrbach ......................Violet Pappelis ....................Beverly Hegstrom ......................Anita Johnson ......................Hazel Lcland .....................Jeanne Remus Bev II., Anita J. and Jeanne R. during a moment at rehearsal.Dramatics “We do other things besides act!” June Nelson watches as Alpha Askov and Millicent Nord turn paper hangers. •12Gitche Gumee Staff Burk row — Joanne Hon ton, Joyce Koike, Donulil OI nn, Eleanor OUon, Shirley T.ippan. Front row - Geraldine Koiir, Corrinne l.auieihaeli, Verle Neck, MarRuritc Amler on, Marjorie Stiirnpncr. Senior Editor..................................... Verle Neck Junior Editor....................................Beverly Vince Faculty Editors....................Iola Gorr, Beverly Forsythe Business Managers.........Margurite Anderson, irginia Hofstad, Jessie King Photographer......................................Donald Olson Music Editors.....................Julie Hanson, Gloria Toftness Society and Department Editors....Joyce Roskc, Shirley Tappen, Lois Marie Jacobson Artists......Eleanor Olson, Bill Thompson, Floy Jeanne Benson Sports Editors..............Ward Dixon, Walter Riese, Marjorie Stumpner, Jerry Bong, Stanley Anderson Dramatics Editor...................................Violet Pappclis Administration and Publication Editors...Corrinne Lautcrbach, Lucy Knapp The Gitche Gumee is a record of your school year. This is a record of your sororities, athletics, assembly programs, and other social and educational activities. This book is the tangible proof of your school spirit. If in the years to come you will open this hook and recapture the youth that was yours at S. T. C., the staff of the Gitche will feel well repaid for the time and energy we have contributed to the organization of this book. 43Peptomist Staff St.«ni!iii" “ ' Anita Johnson, hilwanl Anwrll, Juno NoNon, Floy Joanne Drn««n, Sliirlry Swanson, I.oi To»kr, Albin Milnvii . Soalod — Joanne Itomiu, Sophia Riotml, Dorothy Nr«. PEPTOMIST STAFF First Semester Managing Editor..............................................June Nelson News..................................................Inez Lund Features..........Ed Ansell, Floy Jeanne Benson, Shirley Swanson Society...........................................Anita Johnson Service and Alumni........................................Dorothy Ness Women’s Sports.................................Dorothy Clark Men’s Sports..........................................Ed Ansell Business Manager.............................Helen Jane Erickson Assistant Business Manager...................................Lois Teske Circulation.................Dorothy Swanson, Mrs. Esther Salmi, Yvonne Olson, Jeanne Sword Second Semester Managing Editor...................................Sophia Bostad Editorial Page...........................June Nelson, Inez Lund Features.........................Floy Jeanne Benson, Ed Ansell Society...........................................Anita Johnson Service and Aluinni.......................................Dorothy Ness Sports.........................................................Ed Ansell Reporters......Clara Gryniewski, Marjorie Johnson, Bernice Kelly, Albin Milavitz, Jean Remus, Martha Salo, Business Manager.............................................Lois Teske Assistant to Business Manager.....Helen Jane Erickson, Betty Lee Circulation...................................Mrs. Esther Salmi Sagacious elders advise us to “make college life worthwhile . . . those school days will never come back.” Students who work on the Peptomist need never worry about forgetting their scholastic experiences. How could they forget those deadlines that were beat by a fraction of a second, or the Sunday afternoons the conscientious journalist spent in the Pep office? The Pep staff can well he proud of the grand job they have done in carrying the news of S.T. C. to our alumni in the armed forces. The staff members have gained a lot of knowledge and practical experience in the field of journalism, and they can present any copy of the Peptomist as proof of a job well done. 44I Cabinet The Cabinet of S. T. C., begun a year ago, was organized “to create student activity and opinion to foster school spirit; and to develop better co-operation between students and faculty.'’ This organization consists of three elected members from each of the four classes. The class advisors serve as an advisory board to the Cabinet. The December Blood Bank in Superior was aided considerably through efforts of the Cabinet, which backed an all-school registration. OFFICERS President..........................................Vcrlc Neck Vice President..................................Eleanor Olson Secretary..................................Beatrice Anderson ELEANOR OLSON 45 BEATRICE ANDERSONInternational Relations Club INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Of current importance to the college students of today is the International Relations Club. During these days of war, it holds significance of our interests in world events and foreign affairs. This club was organized as a cultural and social group for informal discussions of topics of world wide importance. Some of the subjects discussed in the first semester were; “Russia and Argentina, and their relations with the rest of the world,” “Cartels,” and “Peace Plans.” These meetings, held every other week, increase their knowledge of national and current problems which helps them become better citizens, and a better generation of Americans. Dr. J. W. McKee, teacher of History, is the club advisor, and has a very complete and remarkable background with which to give any advice, and to help the members in their discussion. OFFICERS President.................................... Vice President............................... Secretary-Treasurer.......................... Publicity Director........................... Advisor — Dr. J. W. McKee LewElyn Titus ..Dolores Bruett ..Lucy Knapp .....Inez Lund Bartosic, Mary Bruett, Delores Carter, Mildred Christ, Marjorie Coleman, Lois Fagen, Francis Knapp, Lucy Lund, Inez MEMBERS Meier, Jean Nicmi, Anna Olson, Donald Stumpner, Marjorie Titus, LewElyn Wallich, Delia Witlwcr, Marjorie 46Inter-Club Council Hark row — Verio Keck. Alpha Kappa; Joyce Kmkc, Tail Alpha Chi; June Nelson, l.amlxla Simula l.amlxla; Lou llrrny Clark, Canniij I’lii F.p»il ». Front row - (•erahlinc Dunn, Tau Alpha CM; Beverly Vince, Delta Sigma; Jean Erlaiuon, Della Sigma; Lucille Carlson, Tail Alpha Chi. THE INTER - CLUB COUNCIL The Inler-Cluh Council has as ils purpose the determining of policies for the various women’s organizations on the campus. Representatives of the five sororities and Women’s Athletic Association make up the membership of the council. This year, as in previous ones, the group sponsored S. T. C. contributions to the Needlework Luild. OFFICERS President .... Vice Presidcn Secretary.. Treasurer... .......Iola Gorr Dorothy Jackson Marion Winquist .. Phyllis Geiger ADVISOR Miss Ellen M. Clark, Dean of Women ■4?Alpha Kappa The Alpha Kappa’s opened the fall social season with their “Hallowe’en Hi-Jinx,” an all-school “hard-time” party. “Is she is, or is she ain’t guilty” formed the theme for a mock trial of Eleanor Olson as the AK candidate for social chairman. Homecoming followed and their candidate was pretty lone Welshinger, heroine of “Alpha Kappa Tales.” The traditional Artist’s Tea and Smorgasbord rushers preceded pledge service and initiation. The spring Mother-Daughter Tea and the senior banquet ended another busy-year at S. T. C. DESCRIPTION OK CROUP PICTURE Back row — Sliiilcy Swanson, Della WrUhingcr, Madge Moran, Sophia Bostad, Eleanor ODon, Ceraldine Clark, Peggy CoMcllo, Gloria Toftnr»», I.oi McConnccll, Alice Froellch. Second row — lone Welshinger, Maxine Anderson, Shirley Biedrrmann, Regina Wicklund, Natalie Fuller, Mil Rehn.trand, Floy Jeanne Benson, Marjorie Slumpner, Corrinuc Lauterbacli, Anna Niemi. First row — Dorothy Jackson, Dorothy Ness, Margurile Anderson, lola Corr, Vcrle Neck, Florence Rosi, Lucy Knapp. President............. Vice President........ Secretary............. Treasurer............. Publicity Chairman.... Miss Jane Rehnstrand OFFICERS ........................Verle Neck ................Floy Jeanne Benson ...................Dorothy Jackson .....................Eleanor Olson .....................Sophia Bostad ADVISORS Miss Gertrude Unthank Description of snaps 1. Second Rusher. 2. Rosi, salomes to Peg, while Corrinne and Lucy look on. 3. Lucy obeys, as Peg makes the most of ‘‘Hell Week.” 4. Floy, Dot, Regina, and Sophie, just posing. 5. Smorgasbord. 6. Nat looks as if she means business, Marg! 7. “Gitchie” again? 49Delta Sigma The Delta Sigma sorority selected Marge Hendrickson as their “Queen of Hearts' candidate for homecoming queen. “Breakfast at SardiV was the theme of the first rusher. A Christmas dinner at the Gitchinadji Country club ended the “Drama’s” rushing season. The girls again made their annual donation to the dramatics department. Ending the year's activities was the senior dinner held in the spring. DESCRIPTION OF CROUP PICTURE Rack row Jeanne Rnnu . Mary Dairy, Cornelia Hank . Mary Devmcr. Loit Tc»kc, Muriel l)rn«nn. Pal Catligan, Joyce Nelson, Kathleen Mahoney. Scrcun] row Nella BanMev. Marilyn Holcomb. Jean Link. Marjorie Hrndrirkion, Loir Jacobion, JoAnn Amorde, Gloria Here. PejtBjr Jacobson. Joie King. Firnt row • Jean Whittier, Adele N’onNtrom. Virginia Mead. Jejn Erlanoon, Be verly Vlncc, Irene Murphy. Not present Mary liartoMC, Alice Bell, Sally Bmlniek. Margaret Dunn. Helen Jane Erickson. Alma Hutchinson. Shirley Paul, Marjorie Wittwer. President....... Vice President.... Secretary........ Treasurer........ Scrgeant-al-Arms OFFICERS ...........................Jean Erlanson ......................Virginialec Mead ..........................Beverly Vince ........................Adele Nordslrom ..........................Irene Murphy ADVISOR Miss Florence Walde Description of snaps 1. Adele and Marge show signs of spring fever. 2. Locked? No such luck, Murph. 3. Miss Walde has ihe situation in hand. 4. Advisor obliges cameraman. 5. Night loungers study styles. 6. The best of pals, Jeon and Yirge. 7. “When good friends get together.” 51Gamma Phi EpsilonGamma Phi Epsilon With their traditional theme of Gingham Dog and Calico Cat, the Gammas officially ushered in the 1914 rushing season. Gamma Phi Epsilon girls, performing their usual school service, published and sold student directories. New members were pledged at a formal dinner held at the home of Delores Herubin. Initiation services took place at the Androy Wedgewood Hoorn. Active members entertained the Duluth and Superior Alumnae in the fall. DESCRIPTION OF CROUP PICTURE Back row — Estelle Scarlr. Marion Winquist, Lou Henry Clark. Middle row — Virginia Montcllioni, Hurl LclanJ. Delores Brut’ll, Myrtle Johnson, Katherine June . Front row — Incx I.und, Delores Herubin. Marie Ellman, Marjorie Christ. OFFICERS President...... Vice President Secretary...... Treasurer...... ...Marie Ellman ..Marjorie Christ Delores Herubin ......Inez Lund Description of snaps 1. Miss Waite approves of Hazel’s cuddling. 2. A typical coed, Anna Mac. 3. Gamma gals get together. 4. Photogenic Lou Henry. 5. Miss Waite and Inez pause between classes. 6. Friendly moments for Marie and Delores. 53Lambda Sigma Lambda 54Lambda Sigma Lambda The Irene Curtis Memorial Scholarship contest ushered in the Lambda’s year of social activities. “A Dream of a Queen” was Beverly Hegslrom as she reigned over homecoming activities. “Cuckoo Bridge” and a courtroom scene were the themes of the Lambda Sigma Lambda rushers for the season. Prospective members took their primary vows at a pledge tea which was held in the school lounge. The sorority’s formal initiation was a combination dinner and theater party. The Lambda social calendar was brought to a close in the spring with the annual Mother-Daughter Tea and senior banquet. DESCRIPTION OF CROUP PICTURE Hack row — Priacilla Grecnwold, Hratrirc Amlcroon, Julio Ann llanvon, llolon Jarvi, June Nelson, Arlic Jackson, Ccorgiunna Sladkv, Holly Powell. Tiiirtl row — I.ois llarliour. Marion Tliorpe, Cuil Joyce, I.ois Mork, Joan Mcir, Edith Klinkenbcrg. Delores Matu.hak, Marjorie Caldwell, Maxine Torjjomon. Second row — Beverly llegMroni. Helen Green, I.ois Coleman, Dorollijr Norman, Janice Olson, Phyllin Geiger, Sheila Maline, Violet Pappcli . Dorothy Adamson. Front row — Alice Bjorkman. Betty Roe Peterson. Margaret Flinn, Marjorie Halirnunn, Jeanne Sword, Alice Aim Swanson, Marjorie Yatlendahl Bong. Not Present —- Phylli Doherty, Shirley Tappcn, Mary Cray, Yvonne Olson, Virginia Zachau, June Pooler. June Pooler.......... Belly Rae Peterson.. Margaret Flinn....... Pliyllis Doherty..... Marjorie Bahrmann OFFICERS .....President..... ....Vice President. .....Secretary..... .....Treasurer..... . Sergeant-at-A rms. ADVISOR Miss Grace Barney . Marjorie Bahrman Betty Rac Peterson ....Margaret Flinn .....‘.... Jeanne Sword Alice Ann Swanson Description of Snaps 1. Wailing for a snowfall. 2. Prison rusher. 3. Come on, gals. Let’s gel started! 4. Summer war workers—June and Shirley. 5. "Together Again.” 6. We all love a party. 7. Yvonne, Miss Barney, and Helen. 55Tau Alpha Chi 56Tau Alpha Chi Geraldine Bong was Tan Alpha Chi choice for homecoming candidate. The Three Arts rushing activities included a South American “Fiesta’’ and a Candlelight Supper held at the home of Mrs. Sidney Wright. Miss Pennie’s home was the scene of the annual pledge service. As a part of their initiation, pledges were required to wear white little-boy” caps with green insignia. Formal initiation dinner was held at the Badger Inn. A Mother-Daughter Tea brought to a close the sorority year. DESCRIPTION OF GROUP PICTURE Back row Mary Warchant, Ona Mac Bramrr, N ora William , Lorraine Olson, Marion Yano, Mildred Carter, Ruth Murray, Shirley Swanton. Center row — Anita Johnson. Trcssic Gavin, Jcanicc Petcison, Roberta Hanson, Clarice Nelson, Martha Salo, Ella Harju, Ruby Scott, Virginia Hclwig. First row — Marion Surch, Lucille Carlson, Geraldine Bong, Joyce Ro.ke, Grace Helwig, Dorothy Swanson, Shirley Creoly. Not present — Irene Johnson. OFFICERS President............................. Vice President........................ Secretary............................. Treasurer............................. ADVISOR Mrs. Bessie Benton ......Joyce Roske ....Grace Helwig Dorothy Swanson ...Geraldine Bong Description of Snaps. 1. The president poses. 2. “Bobbie” poses with friends. 3. Rusher. 4. Pull hard, Marion! 5. All set for your ride, Dorothy? 6. A perfect snow scene with Ruth and Dot. 7. The “Taxes.” 8. Shirley and Marion in a playful mood. 9. A handsome two-some—Ginny and Grace. 57F. O. P. S. This school term marked the second year of existence for the Fops, the Fraternal Order of Pleasure Seekers. Determined to maintain a social organization for the men of S. T. C., despite wartime conditions, these fellows have thrown aside fraternity differentiations to organize into one group. The fall term was given additional color with a Hayridc and a picnic at Billings Park. Paying no attention to the popular song “Sleigh Ride In July,,” the Fops held one at the proper time, followed by a party in the men’s lounge. In addition to having good times for themselves, the Fops have also helped in all-school affairs; they conducted the Homecoming Bonfire and the Pep Rally. Along patriotic lines, the group donated blood for both of the Blood Banks held in Superior this year. Their record is admirable in its ingenuity and democratic spirit. We hope this organization continues long after the wartime emergency. President............. Vice President....... Secretary............. Treasurer............. Sergeant at Anns...... OFFICERS .........................Ward Dixon ..........................Boh Thiedc .......................Ray Whitsilt .......................Tom McIntosh ..........................Ed Ansell Hack row — Vcrlc Neck, Evelyn Schneider, Harriet Lee, Janice Olson, Natalie Fuller, I.ewElyn Tim . Middle row — Shirley Swan»on, Jean Hrodin, Julie Ann Hansoh, Gloria Toftness, Henna Mae Lake, Peggy Co«lello, Irene Johnson. First row — Priscilla Creenwold, Florence Hoi, Anna Nieimi. Back row — Clara Cryniewski, Lucy Knapp. Clarice Nelson, Lois McConnell, Edith Klinkenberg. Marjorie Stumpner, Alpho Askov. Middle row—Jean Meier, Beverly Hegstrom, Marjorie Caldwell, Alico Froehlicli, Inex Isacksoo, Dorothy Roescr, Corrinne Lautcrbach. First row — Charlotte Void. Hose Herrmann, Maxine Torgerson. 60Sigma Gamma Chi (1) “I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as ... .” Bev, Maxine, Alice, Jean. Rose, and Jean. (2) Our house president, Janice Olson. (3) “That's what I want for Christmas!” (4) Bev, Max, and Jean caught unawares. (5) “We can cook too.” Jean, Clarice, Gerry and Shirley. (6) “Who gets the paper next?” Dorothy and Jean. (7) “Some pin-up boys, Florence.” (8) Florence, Inez and Gerry take it easy. (9) “Bell-bottom trousers.” Jean and Max. “Isn’t he cute?” fa 61Sigma Gamma Chi The traditional candlelight procession of lovely carolers; good fellowship across banquet-laden tables; after-dinner singing in Crownhart’s living room—all this adds up to Sigma Gamma Chi’s annual Christmas formal dinner. 62Basketball Hark row AI raliam«oii. An«lor»on, Hclwift, I'anscnliABcn, Front row Bourgrol . l.umlmark, Kuril. Kmt-mlial. Sliocliy. Our basket ball season this year marked the first return to inter-collegiate competition since the war began its drain on our manpower. The situation is far from a normal one yet, but the sum total of a half dozen -1-F’s, a couple of IC’s and -1-1), and a few fellows too young to register produced a record of six wins and six losses. Lettermcn this year were: Karl Landmark, Byron Bourgeois, John Sense, Greg Sheehy, Bill Fuller, Stanley Anderson, A! Abrahamson, Bob Kline, and Marvin Rosenthal. Other members of the squad were: Bay Whitsitt, Fritz Panzenhagen, Carl Helwig, Loren Nelson, Bill Bryant, Darrell Summerfield, and Toni Suscns. 05Standing: Al»rnliam«»n. Sloan. OUmi. Scliauli. Srn«c. Ksm.iM.: Ilrlwig. Su rn«. Wc»irrlnn«l. Fuller. Adamson. Siamiim.: Vliii«iil. Men(o«lt. Summer field. Til l ««. Ilurli. Knmi.im.: Krirk on. I.mnlmark. Cermond, Saunvald. Not l’iir.-«r.M: Bryant. 66 Football STUDENT COACHES Chick Urbaniak Al Abraiiamson S. T. C. has proved again this year that it can make the best of any situation. Although varsity football was not feasible this season, due to the manpower shortage, a new type of football was inaugurated here by Coach Leo DiMarco. Ably assisted by Bernard Urbaniak and Al Abrahamson, who acted as student coaches of the two teams, he introduced six-man intra-mural football. With only six men on a team, this type of football involved close cooperation on the part of the players, and resulted in a very snappy game, as was witnessed by the student body. A series of three intra-mural games was played by the two, very evenly matched teams. Al Abraiiamson and his squad succeeded twice in outpointing Urbaniak’s gridders, for which they received gold footballs from Coach DiMarco at the end of the season. 67Women’s Athletic Association Hark row ■— Klla M.irjn. Trr«ir l.a in. F.ilillt Klinkenliifg. Jeaniee IV|pr on. Marion Yano. Vera Willi,mi'. Ilulli Murray, Loi K« ck. Natalie Fuller. Set 01 nl row — Delia W'allieli. Maxine Amlcr»on. Hetty Cliri»lian»un, Floy Jeanne llentoii, I.narainc ODnn, Haze) Lclainl. Geiuliline Lineau, Niyllin Ceigei, Kuhv Sei.lt. first row — Virginia Monlclioni, Miss Hunt, Myrtle J »lin on. GeraMine llnng. Marie Klluian, Delores llerubin. I.ueille Cat Ison Not J'ictent — Mary Barto»ic, Ona Mac llranimer. I’eggy Costello. Helen Jane Krickson, Irene Jolin«on. Della Wei sliiugcr, Marjorie Wittwcr, Marjory Slunipner. The purpose of the Women’s Atlilectic Association of the Superior Slate Teacher’s College is to promote an effort for physical efficiency, to stimulate an interest in athletics and to encourage a spirit of good fellowship. This year the organization is under the able leadership of Miss Myrtle Hunt. The activities began last fall with the Hare-Hound Chase and continued through the year in the form of skating parlies, selling pop concessions at the Firemen’s Ball, and playing the preliminaries at the Coast Guard basket ball game of February 14th. The annual spring festival was the Co-ed Ball. A dinner given by the old members initiated the new members into the club. Geraldine Bong was elded president; Myrtle Johnson, vice president; Delores Herubin, secertary; and Marie Ellman, treasurer. 68Women's Athletic Association 1. 2. 3. 6. Mammy and Pappy Yokum, at the Coed Ball? Ona Mae—our whittle girl! Pals Nat and Gerry. “Won’t you come out and play?" Surprised, Delores? To whom it may concern, Peggy Costello.[Women's Physical Education TOHomecoming Queen, Beverly Hegstrom King, John Sense. The Court — Ray Whitsilt, Bernard Urhaniak. Marjorie Hendrickson, Geraldine Bong, Donald Olson, lone Wclshingcr. Violet Papnelis, Iasi year's homecoming qitcen, officiates al the coronation of Queen Beverly and King John. 7374Alice Ann Swanson al Freshmen Assembly Rushing Thai Freshmen Assembly Again! 77 s1 “Brazilian Bov goes all-out for I lie Lambda Social Chairman campaign. 2. Christmas at Crownhart. 3. Homecoming Campaign. 4. Our Social Chairman, Tom McIntosh, and his manager, Tom Susens. 5. Heretofore unpublished! 6. Pliyll and her shadow • • - you know, the war and all. 78  Head -To - Foot Fashion Headquarters 79Faculty and Students stop off at . . . BRIDGEMAN’S FOR . . . Rich Dairy Products . . . Wide variety of ice cream dishes to suit any taste 1 106 Belknap Street D ial 2-1372 For a complete The Store line of For Young Men • • • SCHOOL SUPPLIES NUNN-BUSH VISIT SHOES ADAM HATS ARROW SHIRTS KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES The M. D. McLEAN STORES . 1120 BELKNAP STREET EKSTROM'S 2280 EAST FIFTH STREET 626-8 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 3513 — DOCONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1945 FROM MATHER PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION EXPERTS 505 Tower Ave. Dial 3211 ART ERICKSON'S Super Service Station PHILLIPS "66" Where Friends mid Service Meet ' BELKNAP AND GRAND DIAL 9944 COMPLIMENTS OF Superior Funeral Directors Association Superior . . . Wisconsin See Us For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS The VOGUE BOOTERY "YOUR SHOE STORE FOR 25 YEARS" 1218 Tower Avenue Superior Popkin Furniture Co. 518-520 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 4010 Moving Storage BAGGAGE AND PARCELS TO ALL PARTS OF DULUTH AND SUPERIOR Superior and Duluth Transfer Co. VII TOWER AVENUE DIAL 4471 COMPLIMENTS OF ROSS ELECTRIC CO 1717 Belknap St. Dial 6687 GUARANTEED DRY CLEANING 1116 BELKNAP ☆ CAREFUL CLEANER8 DIAL 9041 81The Grand Rapids House Furnishing Co. " kJUcd Qdcmd Pafidd Pdcmuded Qdand Pafudd d ed" Belknap and Ogden 82 %e Qecody £aJxm at Congratulations to the GiaM. jj '45 mny furniture compRNy "Everything for the Home" 1713 BELKNAP STREET DIAL 4133 E. F. Burg Company Hotel, Restaurant, Institution and Janitor Supplies CHINAWARE GLASSWARE SILVERWARE FURNITURE EQUIPMENT UTENSILS JANITOR SUPPLIES 20 WEST FIRST STREET DULUTH, MINNESOTA 83CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1945 FROM Nora McKenzie Millinery "IT’S SMART TO WEAR A HAT” 1226 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 2-1593 Drugs with a Reputation DRUG SUNDRIES EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE FOUNTAIN SERVICE Opera House Drug Co. Belknap and Tower Dial 2-1841 Studio DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Compliments to the Class of '45 1509 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 5261 Sosner's Emporium Shop Here First FOR College Clothes 1017 TOWER AVE. DIAL 4602 E. A. ANDERSON GROCERY “The Neighborhood Store'9 1209 HARRISON DIAL 8101 84Ulhat the Co-op offers you ... Low Prices — The co-op usually has llie lowest average prices, quality considered. Earnings Returned to Patrons — The patrons create the savings, so they can claim them. Ususally prorated in proportion to purchases. Open Membership — Anyone can join and democracy rules. But you don't have to he a member to start buying. Complete Service — Co-ops are established by the people, for their own service and protection. The co-op can handle anything they need. Owned by the People — Co-ops are of the people, by the people, for the people. No middlemen there to grab any profirs Quality Controlled — Members determine what quality goods they want. No reason why they should handle anything shoddy, because it’s for themselves. Co-ops ore open to everyone. You are welcome to participate in the benefits. PEOPLE S COOPERATIVE SOCIETY 1001 TOWER AVENUE CENTRAL COOPERATIVE WHOLESALE 1901 WINTER STREET 85★ c ★ fatvadd Compliments of RONALD C. BUCK INCORPORATED ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS TELEGRAM BUILDING w 1 I FINE FURS SINCE 1897 TOWER FLORAL ASHBY'S When You Think 1414 TOWER AVE. DIAL 9191 SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN ★ ★ of Flowers of Quality DIAL 2-2512 Bonded Member of F. T. D. BUY BONDS ! KEEP UP THE HOMES COMPLIMENTS OF WE'RE FIGHTING FOR Bingham Hardware For Tho Best Values In FURNITURE Company GO TO Rawlings and Spalding SPORTING GOODS RUDOLPH'S FURNITURE CORNER OF BELKNAP AND TOWER ☆ VANOD'S LUGGAGE, WHEEL GOODS, PAINT AND HARDWARE Child Photograph Specialty 1009 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 9551 1822 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 8211 86Now Serving the Nation So That After the War We May Better Serve You k BENSON ELECERIC COMPANY Third and Grand Dial 5548 HENDRICKSON'S Standard Service "Stop for Service . . . for service never stops" . . . CAR WASHING . . . STANDARD LUBRICATION . . . ATLAS TIRES . . . BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES Belknap and Grand Dial 9989 'Stop at the Drug” FOR PRESCRIPTIONS REFRESHMENTS TOBACCO DRUG ARTICLES AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE Peoples Drug Store 124 BELKNAP DIAL 984 87VICTORY BUY UNITED STATES „ WAR JlJfi ONDS AND STAMPS I THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 1315 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 7042 SUPERIOR FLORAL CO. TELEGRAPH FLORISTS “Say It With Flowers” 1416 Tower Avenue Dial 2-1432 ROOKEY TRANSFER Company Coal . Coke . Briquets INSURED MOVING SERVICE 1813 Belknap St. Dial 3939 Compliments of Superior Clearing House Association COMMUNITY SAVINGS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE SUPERIOR STATE BANK WISCONSIN SAVINGS BANK MEMBERS OF F. D. I. C. 88so Refreshing with lunch BUY THE SIX-BOTTLE CARTON Plt:s deposit ☆ Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 1020 OGDEN AVENUE DIAL 3030 ACCOMPLISHMENT Year in and year out the railroads carry on, regardless of conditions. They have a record of accomplishment unequaled in the field of transportation. It is an American accomplishment in which all of us can take pride. Duluth, VYlissabe and Iron Range Railway Company DULUTH, MINNESOTA 89RPPRECMTION "Lat'i Move to tha Back Until Thty Gat Back from th Front" The patience and cooperation of bus riders this winter, during what is probably the peak of Superior's war time traffic problems, has been of the utmost aid in avoiding the traffic tie-ups and delays that have been so serious in many cities. Duluth-Superior Transit Company More Important Than Ever . . . H. CEDAR FOR TH FINEST IN Watches Diamonds Jewelry 1213 TOWER AVENUE COMPLIMENTS NEWS OF CITY, NATION, WORLD IN MASTER FURRIERS The Evening Telegram "Upper Wisconsin's Great Home Daily" ‘7 you don't know Furs . . . Know your Furrier" 1225 TOWER AVENUE SUPERIOR 90Not for a Season—But for Four Seasons of the Year You Will Like and Wear Lightbody Suits. Dress Them Up or Down as the Occasion Suggests. [IGHTBODYS Superior's Newest and Most Modern Theatre Always a Complete Show at 10 p. m. including Feature Shorts Perpetually Now Wo Oocoratc and Improve Before We look Shoddy The Beacon Theatre was designed and built by Superior firms and has been stamped by the Superior public as ono of the most comfortable and luxurious theatres in the entire Northwest. AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTABLY COOL . . . NEVER COLD All First Run Pictures ------ Plus Exceptional Short Subjects Here's Luck Graduate of 45 and BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE Superior Water, Light and Power Company 91The ! ' COMPLIMENTS WESTLUND RESTAURANT Hardware Company For Satisfying Service and Good Food JOE GATZEK, Proprietor 1020 Tower Avenue Dial 4942 1410 Tower Avenue STACK BROTHERS, Inc. Congratulations to Plumbing and Heating THE CLASS OF 1945 Contractors Silver - Tonsberg Co. PRINTERS 1718 WINTER STREET 1714 NORTH 12th STREET DIAL 6892 Superior, Wisconsin % BERTHIAMES. INC. 6 Phones — 5551 CLEMENS AGENCY Groceries, Meats, and Our INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. LOANS Own Baking 1717 WINTER STREET 1415 - 1417 - 1419 Tower Ave. SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN 7, ☆ Northern Engineering PHONE 7786 C.T. WERNER. Prop. Company PLANT BRANCH 911 Ogden Ave. 1411 Bolknap St. PHONE 7788 PHONE 2-2202 100 OGDEN AVENUE SUPERIOR. WIS. 92 Community Drug Store “Buy War Bonds for Victory” Sends Wishes To The “1945” Graduate THE STYLE HUB ROY GRIMSRUD, Prop. FOR COLLEGE MEN 714 Tower Avenue Dial 33 ☆ Henry B. Evans Agency ,NC- W. R. BOLTON .mw Insurance - Real Estate Slacks - Sportscoats - Sweaters FIRST NAT'L BANK BLDG. DIAL 4083 Russell's Dairy KELLY FURNITURE CO. Products Complete House Furnishings “Northwest’s Finest” . . . Smooth Frozen Ice Cream 1302 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 9232 . . . Coffee Cream . . . Chocolate Milk . . . Golden Guernsey Milk . . . Creamed Buttermilk . . . Pasteurized Milk Wise Students Prefer LEAMON'S ENRICHED BREAD An Energy-Building Food Russell Creamery Co. 902 OGDEN AVENUE DIAL 5482 Broadway and Ogden Dial 5522 93planning efacci name of TOMORROW .u'j It’s great fun to plan that new home you will I build when Vic- ✓ tory comes. You’re 1 '' buying war bonds for it now. And you’re dreaming of the greater comfort and convenience you’ll build into that home of tomorrow. You’ll find stock CURTIS WOODWORK will ideally suit your plans and your pocketbook. Typical Curtis doorway — impressive and bonuti ul.yct low in cost. One 0 dozonsol designs. Modern corner w indow s are easy to arrange with Curtis S I L E N Tl T E windows Fuel costs are much lower, too. Free Literature Ask for FREE Curtis books full of practical suggestions for using modern Curtis Woodwork—including windows, doors, trim, entrances, china cases, kitchen cabinets, stairways, mantels, etc. These will help you if you plan to build or modernize now or later. CAMPBELL Lumber and Supply Co. Store Material Yard 1808 Tower Ave. 54th St. and Butler Ave. ☆ Westlund Pharmacy Quality Drugs 5901 TOWER AVENUE Superior Wisconsin Compliments Wighfman's HOUSE OF FLOWERS 1307 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 6581 “Our methods will please you” PHONE 7293 Lebo’s Jewelery Store JEWELERS 1124 Tower Avenue SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN n ERICKSON TRUCKING COMPANY “Greetings from the Boys Overseas” 1527 Tower Avenue Phone 7962 91.Congratulations to the Class of 19 5 For Anything Photographic, See Drysdale-Perry Co. Child Photography A Specially DIAL 8523 EDELSTEIN'S Here Since 1892 Furniture and Gifts TO YOUR HEALTH . . . You can't beat MILK tor developing the good health that will see you through the toughest school year 1521-23 TOWER AVE. DIAL 2-2621 We Sell the Purest Dairy Products . . . . . . MILK . . . CREAM ... ICE CREAM PUBLISHERS and PRINTERS . . . CHEESE . . . COTTAGE CHEESE . . . DARI-RICH TYOMIES Leading Finnish-American Daily 601-603 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 4961 Valley Brook Farm Creamery 902 BELKNAP STREET DIAL 8531 95For Co-eds . . . Quality Furniture Costs CAROLYNNE SHOES No More At . . . ELMBROOK COATS SALLY LYNNE COATS Furniture Co. For College Gentlemen . . . STAFFORD CLUB COATS 1208 Tower Ave. Dial 4040 STAFFORD CLUB SUITS STAFFORD CLUB HATS STRATON SHOES LOOK FOR THE The Best for Less FRIENDLY FLYING RED HORSE ANDERSON YOUR STORE Mobile Gas Service 1 109-111 1 Tower Ave. Dial 2-1602 1523 BELKNAP STREET DIAL 7660 THE TELEGRAM If you enjoy eating Job Printing Shop well-prepared meals “Quality Printing of Every in a pleasant atmosphere Description Choose The COFFEE SHOP JOHN S. GREEN, Mgr. Telegram Bldg. For Better Dry Cleaning HOLZBERG'S OF THE Doesn’t Cost A Penny More SPECIALISTS IN CLEANING Furs Draperies Furniture RELINING AND GENERAL REPAIRING WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ANYWHERE HOTEL SUPERIOR “Young People Welcome” 1514 BELKNAP STREET DIAL 6685 96MOTOR INN, Inc. E. T. SAFFORD NASH AND LAFAYETTE SALES AND SERVICE School Supplies Complete Automotive Service GREETING CARDS . . . GIFTS ART SUPPLIES DIAL 997 1121 1127 OGDEN AVE. 1306 Tower Ave. Superior, Wis. COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of Braham Granite Works, Ine. Designers and Manufacturers of The Superior Iron Works CUSTOM BUILT MEMORIALS MARKERS and MAUSOLEUMS 1612 TOWER AVENUE 302 Grand Avenue L'risco Cleaners and The Store oj Quality and Service Shoe Repair Shop SHOES REPAIRED We carry at all times a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. ODORLESS DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING Fresh Fruits and Vegetables E. 0. Thompson Grocery 1426 Tower Avenue Dial 5752 1422 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 7718 COMPLIMENTS OF Lignell's Rexall Drug You Can Find — The Best in Light Lunches and Finest Selection of Bake Goods for Less Money . . . “Your Friendly Store'’ AT FEDERAL BAKERY 1022 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 8553 1116 Tower Avenue Dial 5883 97COMPLIMENTS Congratulations TO THE M. BERGER Class of 1945 HARDWARE, FURNITURE AND SPORTING GOODS For Hard Building Material, Fuel and Long-Distance Hauling . . . Corner 6th and Tower Dial 3873 SEE CONNOLLY'S Meats and Groceries SHOP HERE FOR FINE FOODS Northern Supply Fuel Company 809 WINTER STREET DIAL 3832 1202 Belknap Street Dial 4461 “Order Again from Egan ’ "THE" place for meals and “Try the Cheerful Service’’ between-class refreshments TUVERSON SERVICE STATION EXPERT AUTOMOBILE HANDLING FUEL OIL DELIVERIES WASHING AND GREASING JOBS IT’S JUST OFF Belknap and Cumming Dial 8621 THE CAMPUS TOO . . . Laundry and Dry Cleaning .... GIVE US A CALL The COLLEGE COFFEE HAWKINS LAUNDRY “They Satisfy y SHOP • Dial 5565 Ogden Near 13th 98Visit our new . . . GRADUATION GIFT BAR A popular spot where fond parents, relatives and young friends can quickly find something "nice to give." STRCK’S "THE DAYLIGHT STORE" 1309 - I I Tower Avenue Superior, Wisconsin ★ Coffee Shop 7 ★ Fireproof SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN fred mcallister ★ 150 Rooms Managor 7 2?OA f V roR NORTHWESTERN OIL COMPANY VEEDOL MOTOR OIL TYDOL GASOLINE Visit Any Northwestern Service Station And Get 483'S(J rv ce with a Smile"Compliments of The An Excellent Place to Hold Sorority Meetings GIESEN For Reservations Lumber Company DIAL 8172 BUILDING MATERIAL MARTIN TEA ROOMS CONTRACTING 1820 HAMMOND AVENUE COAL t Holden Tire Battery Service, Inc. Buy U. S. War Bonds 2201 Oakes Avenue Dial 5193 1702 N. 12th STREET DIAL 4403 COMPLIMENTS OF See the new things The Superior Book Bindery First at SIEGEL'S BINDERS OF THE 1944 GITCHIE • SPORTCOATS • SPORT SHIRTS • LEISURE COATS 710 Winter Street Dial 5142 • SPORT SLACKS • FOOTBALL JACKETS The People's Theatre The Friendly Family Theatre A WIDE VARIETY AT ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW First run attractions and Return Engagements of Big Productions. 9 . SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS ¥ SIEGEL BROS. PEOPLE'S » 1120-1122 Tower Dial 7252 's l() Superior State Teachers College offers attractive courses for those who desire a college education in a school of high standards and reputation. Whether you plan to become a teacher or to enter some other professional field, we invite you to come and see us. Get Superior Training WRITE FOR CATALOG AND OTHER INFORMATION Possessing an Earnest Desire to Cooperate With You in Formulating Your Yearbook Plans tyieene Designers and Photo Engravers ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA ____________J 101WHIPPLE OR.WlSC PninteM- ( ike '45 Qdeke Qumme WDSM 1230 ON THE DIAL "BLUE and MUTUAL" The advertisers appearing on the preceding pages helped make your year book possible. ‘ Show your appreciation by patronizing them. 103Index To Advertisers r Anderson, E. A........................... 84 Anderson Mobile Gas Service .............. % Androy................................... 99 Beacon Theatre .......................... 91 Berthiaumes ............................. 92 Benson Electric ......................... 87 Berg’s................................... 84 Berger, M................................ 98 Bingham Hardware ........................ 86 Braham .................................. 97 Brandser's .............................. 93 Bridgeman’s ............................. 80 Buck, R. C............................... 86 Burg, E. F............................... 83 Campbell Lumber Co...................... 94 Cedar, H................................. 90 Chef’s................................... 92 Clemen’s Agency ......................... 92 Coca-Cola ............................... 89 College Coffee Shop ..................... 98 Community Drug Store .................... 93 Connolly's .............................. 98 Conrad’s................................. 86 Co-op ................................... 85 Drydale-Perry Co......................... 95 Duluth, Missabe Railway.................. 89 Duluth Superior Transit ................. 90 Edelstein’s.............................. 95 Ekstrom’s ............................... 80 Erickson Station ........................ 81 Erickson Trucking ....................... 94 Erlanson’s Lumber ...................... 102 Evan’s Agency ........................... 93 Evening Telegram ........................ 90 Family Shoe Store ....................... 88 Federal Bakery .......................... 97 Frisco Cleaners ......................... 97 Giberson ................................ 83 Giesen Lumber .......................... 100 1 Grand Rapids............................. 82 Greene Engraver ........................ 100 Mawkin's Laundry ........................ 98 Hendrickson’s ........................... 87 Holden Tire Battery Service........... 100 Hol .berg Laundry ....................... 96 Kelley Furniture ........................ 93 Leainon’s Bakery ........................ 93 Lebo’s Jewelry .......................... 94 Light body’s ............................ 91 Lignell Rexall .......................... 97 Lurve Furniture Co....................... 96 Marlin Tea Rooms ....................... 100 Master Furriers ........................ 90 Mather Pharmacy ........................ 81 May’s Furniture.......................... 83 McDonald Cleaners ...................... 81 McLean Stores .......................... 81 Motor Inn, Inc........................... 80 Nora McKenzie ...................’...... 84 Northern Engineering.................... 92 Northern Supply ........................ 98 Northwestern Oil ........................ 99 Opera House Drug ........................ 84 Palace Theatre.......................... 102 People’s Drug............................ 87 People’s Theatre ....................... 100 Popkin’s Furniture ..................... 81 Ross Electric .......................... 81 Roth’s ................................. 79 Rookey Transfer ........................ 88 Rudolph Furniture ...................... 86 Russell Creamery ....................... 93 Safford’s ............................... 97 Sasner’s Emporium ....................... 84 Siegel’s................................ 100 Stack’s ................................. 99 Slack Brothers .......................... 92 State Teachers College................. 101 Silver-Tonsberg Printing Co............. 92 5 L Store .............................. 96 Superior Book Binders ................. 100 Superior Clearing House.................. 88 Superior-Duluth Transfer Co............. 81 Superior Floral ........................ 88 Superior Funeral Directors ............. 81 Superior Iron Works..................... 97 Superior Ice Fuel.................... 102 Superior Water, Light Power Co....... 91 Superior Hotel ......................... 96 Telegram Job Printing .................. 96 Thompson Grocery ....................... 97 Tower Floral............................. 86 Tuverson’s .............................. 98 Tyomics ................................ 95 Valley Brook Creamery ................... 95 Vanod’s ................................. 86 Vogue Bootery ........................... 81 Westlund Pharmacy ...................... 94 W. D. S. M............................. 103 Whipple................................ 103 Wightman’s............................... 94 Yale-Superior Laundry.................... 92


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