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

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GITCHE GUMEE 1946 SUPERIOR STATE TEACHERS COLLEGEThe 1945-46 school year was a fruitful year for State. The students who had spent lonely war years continuing their education were joined at long last by the throng of World War II veterans. Once again the halls were filled with jubilant friends; classrooms bulged under the increased load. All in all, State acquired a whole new atmosphere. Yes, they came back .... To Seek Guidance To Study To Graduate To Participate To Cheer To Live£A ( A v DEDICATION MISS JOYCE WILLIAMS Rkcohi»:i For 20 years Miss Williams spent countless hours keeping school records straight and students smiling. ..She possessed a spontaneous and contagious enthusiasm for the college which was not surpassed by any other person connected with the college. She followed the careers of S.T.C. Alumni and was interested in their children as she had been in them. We know that simply because she has retired from the strenous duties of the office she will not lose any of this enthusiasm. We dedicate this 1946 Gitche Gurnee to Miss Williams in grateful recognition of her services and as a token of our gratitude and affection. 5Guid ance After spending years taking orders in the branches of the Armed Forces, the World War II Veterans returned to college in need of guidance. This they received from college President, Deans, and the Veteran's Administration members stationed on the campus. The Administration felt honored to be able to aid in directing the future of these students. 6ADMINISTRATION DR. JIM DAN HILL President As changes were noticed in the student body, so were they apparent in the administration of the college. Dr. Hill returned from service with the Army to resume his position as President. Dr. Williams, acting president, accepted the presidency of Whitewater State Teachers College during the second semester. DR. ROBERT C. WILLIAMS Actinc President DR. GEORGE S. SUNDQUIST RecentDR OMER LOOP Dean or Men MISS ELLEN M. CLARK Dean or Women ADMINISTRATION Miss Clarks ever congenial attitude invites ull girls to seek Iter guidance and understanding judgment concerning any type of problem that appears and to trust in her advice. With the steady return of men to college, the need for a full-time Dean of Men was evident. Dr. Loop handles the returnee’s problems with his :u»tomary wisdom and calmness. OFFICE STAFFThey filled many a vacant chair in the library, classrooms, and lounges. Finding themselves filled with increased burning interest, they sought the aid of the faculty and received it in abundance. loLANGUAGE MATHEMATICS Grace E. Barney, M. A. French University of Minnesota Ida W. Flogstad, M. A. Mathematics Iowa State College Bossie A. Benton, M. A. German University of Minnesota Helen E. Loth, Ph. D. Spanish, Latin University of Chicago Herbert A. Jackson. M. A. Mathematics Northwestern University 12ARTS EDUCATION Sidney E. Wright. M. A. Industrial Arts University of Minnesota Celia M. Carsley, M. A. Education University of Iowa Louis Ada Wilson, M. A. Education George Peabody College Jane Rehnstrand, Art Art Columbia. Chicago Art Institute Bertha L. Cams. M. A. Education Teachers College. Columbia UniversityPHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH, Loo DiMorco, B. Ed. Physical Education Superior State Teacher} College MUSIC Dorothy Murrell, B. S. Physical Education North Te as Slate Teachers College Donald G. Folti, M. Mui. Music Northwestern University Grace Quinn.R. N. Health St. Mary's Hospital. Superior William F. Schliep, M. Mus. Music Eastman School of Music 14ENGLISH Mary B. Doaton, M. A. English Columbia University Bcronicc Coopor, M. A. Engiith University of Wiscontin Kathryn Ohman, M. A. Engiith University of Chicago Max Molynoux, Ph. D. Engiith Cornell University 15Paul T. Millar, Ph. D Geology University of lowo SCIENCE Edwin H. Schriober, M. S. Physics. Astronomy University of Wisconsin Otto H. Johnson, Ph. D. Chemistry University of Minnesota Haxel A. Sequin, M. A. 8iology Teachers College, Columbia University Edward L. Bolondor. M. S. Biology University of WisconsinECONOMICS, HISTORY, LIBRARY Dorothy O. Waito, M. A History University of Nebraska Ploronco Waldo, B. E. Library Superior Stole Teacher Lowis J. Caroy, Ph. D. Economics Nofro Dame University Jay W. McKe . Ph. D. History Ohio State University From E. Lund, Jr.. Ph. D. Hislory University of Wisconsin 17MoCASKILL FACULTY Left to right: Mrs. Berniecc Johnson. Second grade; Miss Minda Hovland, Third grade; Miss Ruth Green, Kindergarten; Mr . Daisy Fulton, Fourth grade; Miss Elizabeth Castle. First grade. v.V Scaled: Mrs. Edith Swart Icy, Music supervisor; Miss Lilian Whelan; Seventh grade; Miss June Mealy, Fifth grade; Miss Elizabeth Monger, Eighth grade. Standing: Mr. Harry H. Whitney, Principal; Mrs. Freida Waudby, Sixth grade. 18Mr. Vernon E. vanPoUer returned to his position as Director of Student Training this year. Assisting him in his work is Miss Joanna Teerink. 'This office directs students of the college who arc doing cadet teaching work, and also takes charge of placing the teachers after graduation. Miss Hull) Peterson, secretary Miss Teerink Mr. Van Patter brary Staff Miss Florence Waldc, Librarian Miss Jeanne Knudsen and Mrs. Kaybournc LaBrcchc, assistants 19To Graduate . . . Many Veterans, whose nearly-completed college lives were interrupted by a call, returned to round out the semester or year and stepped out into the future to assume the huge task of leadership. At long last, the sheep yielded his skin to the perspiring and relieved Seniors. 20Dorothy L. Adamson Leroy W. Abramson Natalie K. Fuller 22 Julio A. Hanson Adele N. Fritx Alice R. Bjorkman Mildred F. Cartor Geraldine M. Bong Priscilla G. CouturoLoRoy W. Abramton, B.S. Superior. Witcontin; H. S. T.; Peptomitt, Sportt Editor. Geraldine Mae Bong. B.E. Poplar. Wiiconiin; K. P.; Tau Alpha Chi. Treat., Pret.; W. A. A.. Pret.; Inter-Club | Council, Treat.; Student Council; K. P.. Treat. Adele Norditrom Fritx. B.S. Superior. Wiiconiin: H. S. T.; Delta Sigma Pret.. Treat.; Inter-Club Council; Social Committee Dorothy Louite Adamton, B.S. Superior. Wiiconiin; M. S. T.; Lambda Sigma Lambda; German Club; Owl and Serpent; Inter-Club Council, Vice Pret.; Senior Clou. Sec.-Treat. Mildred F. Carter. B.S. Superior. Witcontin; H. S. T.; Tau Alpha Chi. Vice Pret.; Owl and Serpent; German Club; I. R. C. Natalie K. Fuller. B.E. Marengo. Witcontin; K. P.; Alpha Kappa; Sigma Gamma Chi. Pret.; W. A. A.; Inter-Club ouncil; I. R. C.; Glee Club; Sand Alice Roberta Bjorkman, B.E. Superior, Wiiconiin; Inf.; Lombda Sigma Lambda; Inter-Club Council; Senior Clan. Pret.; Int., Treat. Priscilla Greenwold Couture. B.S. Barron. Witcontin; H. S. T.; Lambda Sigma Lambda; Glee Club; Choir; Orchei-tra; Double Trio Julie Ann Henton, B.S. Grantsburg, Witcontin; H. S. T.; Lambda Sigma Lambda; Glee Club; Choir; Band; Orcheitra; Double Trio; Metiioh Soloitt; Junior Clott, Pret.; Social Chairman; Gitchc Gurnee Stall 23Muriel J. Hanson Marjorie A. Hendrickson Alice Huebscher Clarence E. Jacobson Delores M. Herubin Kathryn V. Jones Marian M. Linden Mary S. Maiine 24 HBH Virginieleo MeadMuriol Joan Hanson, B.S. Superior. Wisconsin; H. S. I.: German Club Alico Huobschor, B.E. Woscott, Wisconsin: K. P.; I. R. C. Marian Mildred Lindon, B.E. Superior. Wisconsin; ln».; Sigma Omega. Trees.; Inf.. Trees. Marjorie Ann Hondriclrton, B.E. Superior. Wisconsin; Inf.; Delta Sigma. See.; Inter-Club Council; Glee Club; Gitche Gurnee Staff Clarenco E. Jacobson, B.E. Bennett. Wisconsin; Rural Mary Sheila Maline, B.S. Superior. Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Lambda Sigma Lambda; Choir; Glee Club Doloros Mao Horubin, B.S. Superior. Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Gamma Phi Epsilon. See.; W. A. A., See.; Glee Club; Choir Kathryn Virginia Jonos, B.S. Poplar, Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Gamma Phi Epsilon. Sec.; W. A. A.. See. Virginialee Moad, B.S. Superior, Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Delta Sigma, Vice Pres., Sgt.-at-orms; Inter-Club Council. Pres.: Social Committee; Homecoming Committee 26Janie O. Olson Shirley G. Paul Eleanor B. Olson Joyce A. Roslto Madge Moran June P. Nelson Ralph H. Niclcolette 26 Betty R. Paterson Thelma M. SamuohonMadge Moran, B.E. Iron River. Wisconsin; Grammar Jr. High; Alpha Kappa. Treas. Eleanor Bertha Olson, B.E. Superior. Wisconsin; Inf.; Alpha Kappa, Pres.. See.; Alpha Psi Omega. See., Treas.; Jr. Class, Vice Pres.; Student Cabinet. Vice Pres.; Inter-Club Council, Sec.; College Artists; Gitche Gurnee Bothy Rae Peterson, B.E. Superior. Wisconsin; K. P.; Lambda Sigma Lambda. Pres., Vice Pres.; Owl and Serpent; K. P.. Sec.; Choir June Paulino Nelson, B.S. Superior. Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Lambda Sigma Lambda. Scribe, Pres.; Alpha Psi Omega. Vice Pres.; Peptornist. Editor. Bell-Adviser; Inter-Club Council; Social Committee; Owl and Serpent; Orchestra Janico Orpha Olson, B.S. Chetek. Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Lambda Sigma Lambda; Sigma Gamma Chi. Pres.; Peptornist; Owl and Serpent; Glee Club; Choir; Band; Orchestra; Double Trio; String Trio; Student Director. Pep Band Joyce Alico Rosko, B.S. Superior. Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Tau Alpha Chi. Pres.. Sec.; Alpha Psi Omega. Pres.. Vice Pres.. Recorder; Inter-Club Council; Gitchec Gurnee, Society Editor. Senior Editor Ralph Henry Nickolotto, B.E. Superior, Wisconsin; Rural; Della Theta: Peptornist, Business Manager Shirley Gloria Paul, B.E. Superior, Wisconsin; Grammar Grades; Delta Sigma. Vice Pres.; Social Committee Thelma Mario Samuelson, B.E. South Range. Wisconsin; Int.; Owl and Serpent; Choir; Glee Club; Int.. Sec. 27Phyllis L. Simon Barbara J. Woit Boverly L. Vinco Marion Winguift Marcia Zager Shirley M. Tappen Lew Elyn Tihit 28Phyllis Louiso Simon, B.E. Winona, Minnesota; K. P.; Inter Relations Club; College Artists; Glee Club; Choir Bovorly L. Vinca, B.S. Superior. Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Delta Sigma. See.. Vico Pres.. Pres.; Gitehec Gurnee, Editor-in-chict. Junior Editor, Business Manager; Peptomist. Editor-in-chict; Cabinet; Inter-Club Council; Alpha Psi Om 3 Shirley Mao Toppon, B.S. Superior, V i$eonsin; H. S. T.; Lambda Sigma Lombdo. Warden; Gilchc Gurnee, Society Editor, Senior Editor; German Club Barbara Joan West, B.E. Washburn, Wisconsin; K. P.; Alpha Kappa: W. A. A.; Glee Club; Choir Mercie Zagor, B.S. Rice lake, Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Owl and Serpent Low Elyn Titus, B.S. Minocqua, Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Owl and Serpent; Senior Class, Vice Pres.; I. R. C., Pres.; Alpha Psi Omega; Band; Crownhart, Vico Pres. Marion Winquist, B.E. Superior. Wisconsin; H. S. T.; Gammo Phi Epsilon. Pres., Vice Pres.. Treat.; Orchestra; Glee Club; String Trio 20OWL and SERPENT First row: Julie Ann Hanson, Dorothy Adamson, Thelma Samuelson Second row: Lew Elyn Titus, June Nelson, Janice Olson, Phyllis Simon Absent: Mildred Carter, Betty Rac Peterson, Marcia Zager In order to he eligible for membership, a student must have completed 90 semester hours credit. Anyone with a B average may be considered for membership, but not more than 12 may be selected by the credits committee. Dorothy Adamson High School Training Marcia Zager 30CLASSES Junior - Sopk omore - Fresl iman JUNIOR First row Second row Third row : Torgerson, K.P., Doherty. G.R.. Hegstrom H.S.T.. Fagen. H.S.T.. "k .S.T. HjS.T. o«: Sword K.P.. Swanson. Int., Anderton. K.P.. Coleman. H S;T. Jack«on H.S.T.. Norman M.5.T.. Benion. K.? 5 »• Costello H.S-T. Knapp. G.k.. Toftness. H.S.T.. McIntosh. H.S.T.. Murphy. H.S.T.. Lar eau. Int.. Dunn. H.S.T., Stumpner, K.P. Jackson, Int. 31SOPHOMORE First row: Warcham, Inf., Andor on, Inf., Harbour. K.P., Gronquitf. K.P., Meier, H.S.T., Caldwell. H.S.T. Second row: Monfellioni, H.S.T., Retier. H.S.T.. Clark, H.S.T., Thorpo. H.S.T., lauterback, H.S.T., Void, Inf., Froohlich, H.S.T. Third row: Scoff, H.S.T., Lavin, H.S.T.. Bramer. K.P., Anderton, H.S.T., Panienhagcn, H.S.T.. Milavitx, H.S.T.. lundmark, H.S.T. Yano H.S.T. William . H.S.T., Klinkenberg, H.S.T. Fir'.f row: Clemen . K.P.. Salo. H.S.T., Swanjfrom, Inf.. Wallich. H.S.T., Wclihinqor, K.P.. Chri fen on. Inf. Second row: Bardiley. H.S.T.. Mahoney. H.S.T., Dccmer, H.S.T., Rerr.u . H.S.T., Joyce, H.S.T., Wiffwer. H.S.T.. Erickion, H.S.T., Third row; Robcck, H.S.T., Edward . H.S.T., Spcntcr, R. Bora. H'.S.T Amordo. H.S.T., Mafmhak, H.S.T., Clark. K.P.. Sonion, K.P.. Kagijir do, Inf. 32FRESHMAN First row: Hall, H.S.T., Stewart, T. Peterson, H.S.T., R. Anderson, H.S.T.. Christianson, H.S.T.. L Olson. H.S.T. Second row: Pollori. H.S.T.. 8urling, H.S.T., R. Anderson, H.S.T., Ramskuglor, H.S.T., K. Johnson, H.S.T.. Heytens. H.S.T., Doherty, H.S.T. Third row: Fagen. H.S.T., Drolsum. H.S.T.. M. Johnson. H.S.T., Axdahl, H.S.T., Dillon. H.S.T.. Herda. H.S.T.. Hathaway. H.S.T.. Burns H.S.T., Erickson, H.S.T. First row: Sullivan, H.S.T., Sislo, H.S.T., Wilson. K.P., Jones. H.S.T. Rasmussen. Int. Dehlstcdt. H.S.T., Hamilton. H.S.T., Hanson, K.P. Second row: Bystrom, K.P., G. Anderson, K.P., Bcrtoluxra, H.S.T., Thompson. K.P., Turk, K.P., Millor. H.S.T., Harris, H.S.T., lahti, H.S.T., Provost. Inf., McGaulcy, H.S.T. Third row: Cronstorm H.S.T. Borwald, H.S.T., 8ahrman, H.S.T., Flesch, H.S.T., Christianson, H.S.T., Pesark. H.S.T., Brandser, H.S.T., Larson, K.P., Erickson. H.S.T.. Winers. H.S.T. 33FRESHMAN First row: Franey, K.P.. Stigney. R., Blllman. R.. M. Johnson. H.S.T., H aynie. R.. G. Johnson. H.S.T.. M. Anderson. Hertxog R. Second row: Burton. Int., L. Nelson. H.S.T.. A. Henson. K.P.. Corbett, Int.. Soctebeer, Int.. Baldwin, R., Bergeson. K.P.. Lindblad, K.P., Third row: Stewart. H.S.'f’.'Rl 'E kson H.SJ ickell. H.S.T.. 8enedickt. H.S.T.. Gross. H.S.T., McOonough. H.S.T., Wiley. H.S.T.. Ruther-ford, H.S.T., Hanson. H.S.T., Chlcras, H.S.T. First row: Smrekar. H.S.T., Hall. H.S.T., Conley. H.S.T.. Budnick. H.S.T., Barstad. H.S.T.. Rusch. H.S.T., Mathison. H.S.T.. H. Peterson. H.S.T. Second row; Handelan. H.S.T.. Connelly. K.P., Lundgren, K.P.. Mi . H.S.T., Culhano. H.S.T., Jacobson. Int., liset, Wolfe, Int.. Modecn. Int. Wilson. Int. Third row; Oiion, H.S.T., Eitrem, H.S.T., Bjorkman, H.S.T., Engstrcm H S.T . Barron. K.P.. Severson, McKenzie. K.P., Sladkey, H.S.T. 34FRESHMAN Fintrow; Compboll, H.S.T., Pollari. H.S.T.. Bryant, H.S.T., Fuhrmann. H.S.T., Tyykila. H.S.T., MeFarlin. H.S.T., Jackion H.$.T. Jackion H.S.T., C. Carlton. H.S.T., May, H.S.T. Second row: Hurth. H.S.T., Murphy. H.S.T., Evered, H.S.T., Daley. H.S.T.. Thannum. H.S.T.. Halverton. H.S.T.. Mahoney. H.S.T., R. Olton H.S.T.. Fechtelkolter, H.S.T. Third row: Jackion. H.S.T., Holtberg. H.S.T. Brandter. H.S.T., Rauchenitein. H.S.T.. Hanton. H.S.T., Nordcen, H.S.T.. Molner H.S.T. McDermott. H.S.T.. Waite. H.S.T.. ktercler. H.S.T. Aut(kpi4Zfi64. 35To Participate . The Vets brought new life to the sororities, fraternities, and other organizations. They added volume to the Glee Club, Orchestra, and Band. For the first time in over four years, the college resumed an atmosphere of unceasing activity. 36GITCHE GUMEE SENIOR EDITOR Beverly Vince SORORITY EDITOR Delia Wallich ART EDITORS Eleanor Olson Hoy Jeanne Benson PHOTOGRAPHERS Virginia Xachau Margaret La wen It FEATURE EDITORS Lucy Knapp Corrinc Laulcrbach BUSINESS MANAGER Jessie King ASSISTANTS — - Barbara Culhune Serene Jacobson Mary Mix As the entire school moves toward normalcy, the Gitche staff took a step in the same direction. Although the ultimate size has not been reached this year, we of the staff did manage to expand the size of the book a few inches. This yearbook is a picture review of the school life for the year. If in years to come you are able to recall the year’s pleasures by paging through the book, the staff will feel amply repaid for the long hours of toil. Scaled: Marjorie Hendrickson, Reverly Vince, Jessie Kins Standing: Floy Jeanne Benson, Elcan« r OUon. Margaret Caweult, I.ucy Knapp. Delia Wallich, Corrinc Laulcrbach 38PEPTOMIST The Peptomist is published bi-weekly during the school year by the students of the college. This year the position of editor was changed each semester to enable more students to be eligible for the scholarship offered to the editor every year. STAFFS First Semester Editorial Managing Editor .................... Jeanne Remus News ................................... Anita Johnson Features............. Delia Wallich, Lew Eljra Titus Society.... ........................Sally Budnick Serviec and Sports Albin Milavitz, Allan Thannnnt Reporters Gloria Byslrom, Joyce Flesch, Mary Glide, Mary Robcck, Corrinc Lauterbach, Inez Sullivan, Della Welshinger Typists ..........Gloria Felland, Beverly IlegMrom, Lois Wilson Business Manager............................. Ralph Nickolcllc Advertising Bette Lee, Verna Jones, Mary Royer Circulation .................... Mrs. Esther Salmi Second Semester Editorial Managing Editor....................Delia M. Wallich Features and Columns George Linder. Mary Rohek, Tressie Lavin, Corrinc Lauterbach, Lew Elyn Titus Special Features and Society..........Jeanne Remus Sports............ Albin Milavitz, Robert Cermond Reporters........... Marion Yano, Arlene Soctebeer Typist ..............................Alice Froehlich Business Manager............................. Ralph Nickoletle Advertising............ John Ward, Arlene Soctebeer Circulation ..................... Mrs. Esther Salmi 39ART DEPARTMENT Top picture: Alice Hucbscher, Eleanor Olson, Ellen Linz, Marian Yano Bottom picture: Virginia Ilelwig, Miss Jane Rchnstrand, Instructor, Roberta Christiansen, Mary Warcham, Roberta Ilanson This year the Art Department has been working on paper sculpture, Mexican design, portraits, finger painting, and animal designs. The classes also furnished a series of animal drawings for the Douglas County Museum. MISS JANE REHNSTRAND, Instructor 40ALPHA PSI OMEGA First row: Remus, Nelson, Olson, I.autcrbuch, Coleman Second row: Wilson. Kmulscn, Peterson, Arnorde. II. Erickson Third row: llegslrom, E. Erickson, Girzi, Paid, T. Anderson, Fagen Not present: Joyce Roskc OFFICERS Joyce Roske................... June Nelson................... Eleanor Olson ................ .....President .Vice President .....Secretary Director Miss Kathryn Oilman On April 3, the Alpha Lambda cast of Alpha Psi Omega, a national honorary dramatics fraternity, initiated ten new members. They were: Helen Peterson, Lois Wilson, Ralph Paul, Dennis Murphy, Kenneth Abrahamson, Beverly Vince, Herbert Lee, Lew Elyn Titus, Marian Surch, and Clara Gryniewski. In order to qualify for membership a student must have played one major or two minor roles in a college production or must have done the equivalent in stage work. After the initiation the group read plays at the regular meetings. 41DRAMATICS Mama. Jeanne Knud sen; Jake, Tom Anderson; Papa, Ralph Paul; Emma, Lois Wilson "Pafia U All MRS. YODER ............ Helen Peterson EMMA ............................ Lois Wilson MAMA Jeanne Knudsen PAPA ............................. Ralph Paul JAKE ........................... Toni Anderson STATE TROOPER Ed Erickson I'lie College Players, a dramatics group consisting of interested students and townspeople, presented “Papa Is All” on November 1 1 and a second production “Blithe Spirit on March 1 and 2. Stage settings and ticket sales for the plays were handled by the Play Production classes and several sororities. MISS KATHRYN OILMAN. Director 42DRAMATICS "Qlitke £pd ut'' By Noel Coward CAST OF CHARACTERS EDITH.................. Clara Cryniewski RUTH .......................Joyce Roskc CHARLES.................. Herbert Dnnn DR. BRADMAN Ralph Paul MRS. BRADMAN.............Corrine La u ter bach MADAME ARCATI Jeanne Knudsen ELVIRA .............. Elynore Larsen Dann Mrs. Bradman. Corrine Laulcrbaclt; Dr. Bradman, Ralph Paul; Madame Areali, Jeanne Knudsen; Edilli, Clara Cryniewski; Charles, llerherl Dann; Rulli, Joyce Koike; Elvira, Elynore Dann 13MUSIC DEPARTMENT PROF. WILLIAM SCHLIEP PROF. DONALD FOLTZ Instrumental Vocal The six numbers on the 1945-46 music series included three outside number and three presentations by college groups. Richard Bonelli, baritone................October 30 Messiah............................. December 9 Frank Mannheimer, Pianist January 25 Fisk Jubilee Singers....................March 5 Concert, College Orchestra .............March 15 Spring Concert...............................May 24 44MESSIAH Student soloists from tin applied music department in this year’s presentation of the “Messiah" were Gloria Berg and Julie Ann Hanson. Both soloists sang the soprano selections. Professional talent was represented hy Miss Joyce Johnson, contralto, from Minneapolis, Eugene Dressier, tenor, Chicago, and Lyle Larson, hass, Minneapolis. Two hundred students and townspeople comprised the chorus and orchestra for the performance. The production was under the combined direction of Professor Donald Foil , and Professor William Schliep. GLORIA BERGInternational Relations Club OFFICERS Lew Elyn Hint President Lucy Knapp Vice President Jean Meier ................... See'etary Adviser Dr. J. W. McKee Dr. McKee. Delia. Mary. Edith. Shirley, and Lolly head for Oshkosh. lltc U.NO., U.N.R.R.A., Russia, Atomic power, and China have been among the various subjects discussed at the bi-monthly meetings of the I.R.C. Any students interested in studying and discussing current questions may join this study group. Five delegates, pictured above, left March 8, for a two-day mid-west conference at Oskosh. Delegates from Illinois, Michigan and Indiana were in attendance. Third row: Simon. Naackson. Stiimpner. Rohek. Kliiikonberg Second row. Knapp, Lauterbach, Froolich, Swanson Front row: Coleman, Kagen, Wallich, Meier 48INTER-CLUB COUNCIL First row: June Nelson, Eleanor Olson. Shirley Paul, Myrtle Johnson Second row: Beverly ince. Natalie Fuller. I.ou Henry Clark. Geraldine Bong. Kdith Klinkcnbcrg Third row : Ona Mae Bramer. Florence Rosi, Barbara Dixon, Dorothy Adamson President Vice President Secretary OFFICERS Virginialee Mead ............ Dorothy Adamson .............Eleanor Olson Adviskr Miss Ellen Clark I wo members from each sorority and the Women’s Athletic Association make tip the membership of the Inter-Club Council. The purpose of the council is to agree on terms regulating rushing, initialing, pledging, dances, or any other questions that arise from year to year. One of the main activties of the council this year was to promote donations from the student body to help in furnishing the recently acquired “Commons Hoorn.” 49Flf»» few; Miami, Stumpnar, E. Olion, Wahhingcr. N«j». S«ond row: $. S . anion, Ffon y, W. Andenon. R. ChrlstUmon, Ben»on, Fuller, liakfon, Fuhrmaft Third row; GrynUwC.i, Roii. Hamilton, Clark, Void, Lindblad, Provoi . Froolich fourth row; Lautarbach, 8yitrom, Knapp, Thompton, Jackt;n, CSodtrman, Wieklund. McConnall Tlie AK’s started off a season of rushing and pledging with a "Gay Nineties Revue” for the first rusher and a smorgasbord dinner second rusher. The formal initiation was held at the Badger Inn, and the girls completed the evening’s entertainment at a theater party. Natalie Fuller the AK candidate for social chairman took second place in the election. One of several spring dances on the campus was sponsored by the group and called the “Orchid Dance.” OFFICERS President Margery Stumpncr ire President Della Wdshinger Della NVeUliingcr Secretary Corrinc lamtrrhach Madge Moran Treasurer Florence Rodi Am iskus Miss Jam H -lm-trnn l Miss Gertrude Uni hank ALPHA KAPPA 50 IDELTA SIGMA First row: S. Budnick. Vine . Frill. Murphy. Handrickson, Paul Second row; Jacobson, Erickson, Cadigan. Stack. Edwardt. Dunn Conley. Daley, I. Budnick. McGauley Third row; Bartleme. Rutherford. Banki, Wittwer. Emenuelion, Wiley. McDonough. Tierney. Campbell, Remus Fourth row: Hanson, Larson. Brandser, Bardsley, lini, Amorde. Oeemer, Benson. Link OFFICKRS Adcle Fritz............. President Beverly Vince Beverly Vince ....... Vice Presislenl ..... Shirley Paul Majorie Hendrickson Secretary ... Marjorie Hendrickson Irene Murphy............ Treasurer ....... Irene Murphy Sara Budnick ........ Sergeant-at-Arm . . Sara Budnick Advimihs Miss Kathryn Oilman Miss Florence Walde 1. Ah. those cabin parti« s! 2. Karly risers, Kay and Murpli. 3. That married look. Mrs. Frit .? 4. A pause on the beaten track to the Coffee Shop. 5. That hungry look. 6 Feeling “Dead" tired, girls? 7. Vim. vigor, vitality! Shell Lake's the place. firs' rcw: Oecker, Oaloy, leggote, Linder, Fagen Second row: Bartelme. Murphy. Heisel Smilh, Rauchenstein, Nordcen. Er ■anion, Gin! Thirl row: Doyle. Brandter. E. Olion Nolan, R. Olion, Schaub. Halvor i:n, Schnoll, Abney fourth row: Benton. Karibalil, C Peterson, Nelion, Andersen, Walker Billmayer, D. Peterson. Paul 1. Easy sloes il. Kal| li. 2. Angels in disguise! 3. Straight flush. Bill? I. A quiet Fox initiation. 5. Make it count, llarlund. 52GAMMA PHI EPSILON Fin! row: Montillioni, Winquitt, M. Johnson, Clark. S.cond row: K.lty, Retier, Soetebeer, Grant Third row: F.lland, Swanttrom, H.rubin, Bill-man OFFICERS President Myrtle Johnson.......Delores Herubin Vice President Marion Winquist Dolores Swans!rom Secretary Ijiii Clarke.............. Lou Clarke Treasurer Virginia Montillioni Adviskr Miss Dorothy Waite I. A picnic—complete with baiaball. 2. Do-loret id.l.t awhile. 3, 4, 5. Formal initiation. 6. lou joint Dolor.t (or a r.tt. 53IOTA DELTA CHI OFFICERS Oscar S. Johnson, Jr. ......... President William Walker N ice President John Moran Secretary Robert Tancig Treasurer (Portion Skowlund Scrgcant-al-Arms Adviskr l)r. J W. McKee 1. Look' like an all-lota welcoming committee. 2. What hove we here—a crystal gazer? 3. The committee gels results. ■I. Karl's lucky night! Pint row: Almquilt, W. Walker, Dr. McKee, ad-viier. J. Moran, Johnton Second row; Skowlund. Thenmim, R. Johnton, Autrey, Bender Third row: I. Moran, Hillo, Hawke, FlemmenLAMBDA DELTA CHI First row: Dillon, M. Johnson, Lodnholm, Byrnclion. R. Lee 5c:'nd ow: Dr liurn. Carlstrcm, Adamson, Sender, Floski, Dixen, W. Pciersen Third row: Partot w. N. Peters n, Ha haway. R. Andersen. Kemp. Knutson Fourth r w: D. Anderson H. Loo, Langley, Cundgaard Palm Nat Present: Haglund, 8ruckbauor. Sloic, ftamskoglar. Sullivan. K. Johns.n. I. Olson. T. Polcrson, Christianson, R. Jackson, H. Do8ruyno, Lindquist. Sandgren I, 2. The LDC’s conte out in mass for the cameraman. 3. Mis Honor, Proxy I.tmdliolm. 1. 5. 6. Other angles. 7. Jstiits (»cne. 8. I.DC row-exclusive.LAMBDA SIGMA LAMBDA First row: Thorp . Smrekar. Caldwell, Torguson, A. Hirion Second row; Sjorkmon, Norman, 8. f t rso», J. Ntlson. Sword. 8. Anderson. A. Swenson, Ademson Third row: Mier. Hegstrom, J. Hanson. Matushak. A. Jackson, J. Olson. Geiger. Klinkenberg. Harbour, Doherty Fourth row: 8uiton, Chicras. Coleman. Joyce, Lahti, M. Adamson, Bahrmann, Tapper, Lundgren, C. Christiansen, Bryant Fifth row: Harris, D. Nelson, Jacobson, Culhane, Barron, Sladkey, McKcniie. R. Bjorkman, McFarlin, Coutoure OFFICERS President Bette Rne PelsTson ............... June Nelson N ice President Jeanne Sword Jeanne Sword Secretary Beatrice Anderson Beatrice Anderson Treasurer Dorothy Norman Dorothy Norman Adviser M iss Grace Barney 1. Jerry and Marie lake to the roads. 2. Boh and Percy — newlyweds! 3. Tap poses graciously. I. Summer's struggling students. 5. Jeanne goes modern! 50SEMPER COMPARES First row: Stoinko. Pollari, Nasi mid, Susens Second row: Bryant, Panzenhagen, Grrmond. Merrier Tliird row: McIntosh, Whiisitl, Bneli, llrlianiak During Ilu first semester the hoys organization formerly known as the FOPjS incorporated into the Semper Compares fraternity. This group has been active at the college during the War. Of course there were the usual pledging and initialing services in the fall and members also sponsored the “Hard Times” dance in the small gym to which everyone wore appropriate costumes. OFFICERS President Bernard Urlianiak Bernard llrlianiak N ice President Rn! ert Cerniond. Robert Gemtond Secretary Hay Wliilsill Kay Whiisitl Treasurer 57 Alliin Milavit . Alliin Miluvil .SIGMA GAMMA CHI Firtt row: Frochlich. SUmp" ', McConnpll FulUr. Coutocro. LouIcrb.x h. Roti Second row: M. Wilton. 0. Hanton. Grynaiwtki, Klinkanbtrq. Billman. J. Ollon. Clark. Hegtlrom. Meier. A. Henton, Void Third row: Torgcrton. Ittecton, Byitrom. Tyack. Sullivan. Titut. Lak«. Ho millon. Knapp. Provoit, S. Swenton Fourth row: Cotdwell. J. Henton. Sliqney, Willtwer. Lee. Lint, Amorde. Felland. W. Thompton. Erickton. Furhman, Neimi Sigma Gamma Chi. the Dorm sorority .hold its annual formal dinner at Christmas time and its buffet dinner early in the New Year. One-half of the faculty is invited to each of these affairs. This spring the girls also gave a Mothers’ Tea to which the Mothers and one friend were invited. Informal closed parties were planned and enjoyed in the Dorm during the year. OFFICERS Corrinc l.aulrrliacli R -|M rler 58SIGMA OMEGA First row, loft to right: Mathison, Larvaao, linden. Poorion Saeond row: Eitrare, Ba:lowski, Soli . B. Dixon Third row: A. Johnion, Engstrom, Pollari, Hall, Handaland OFFICERS Vice President .................... June Baclawski President........................Corrinc Mathison Secretary .................. Rhoda Solie Treasurer..................Barbara Dixon Adviser Mrs. Frieda Waudby 1. Hold back the shiver and smile! 2. Food for all, Millie? 3. Room for all in this snap! 4. One brave enthusiast. 5. Gerry’s the name! 6. Warm isn’t it, Anne? 7. A little different angle.Firit row: MeKeough. Bergeson, long. Scoff, Hel-wig. Sullivan Second row: Hanton Erickton. Wllion. Modeen, M. Wilton. Relnekainen Third row: Wallich. Wareham, Lavin. R. Hanton, Bramer, Sato. A. Johnton. G. Johnton Fourth row: Connley, t . Jackton, M. Yano, L. Olton, Williams, H. Peterton, Banlad OFFICERS President Geraldine Bong .......... Geraldine Bon" Vice President Mildred Carter.................... Irene Johnson Secretary Rtihy Scott................ Mavis Wilson Treasurer Virginia Helwig.................Virginia Helwig Adviser Mrs. Bessie Benton I. A wmmir of fun for Virginia and Ona. 2. Anita findt intarait in tomafhing other than the mag-aline. J. More ikating and lett loafing! 4. lookt like a picnic. 5. Monkey butinett. 4. Caught in the act. 7. Partial mean fun and food! TAU ALPHA CHIActivities DELTA SIGMA The winning of (lie Homecoming Queen conical headed ihe list of events in the Drama's year. Then, too, they had the “Breakfast at STC” rusher and the formal initiation at the Androy Hotel. In line with backing dramatics productions at the college, the members sold tickets for "Papa Is All,” look charge of the stage for “Blithe Spirit,” and donated the annual gift to the Dramatics Department. The sorority also sponsored a “Sweetheart” formal on May 3. FEX The annual Fex Christmas formal highlighted the events on the Fex calendar this year. Outings and closed parlies completed the season's activities. GAMMA PHI EPSILON After the usual first semester rushing and pledging season, the Gamma Phi members busied themselves with preparing a carnival for the grade-school youngsters in the small gym. During the year the girls also gained identity hv wearing green and gold sorority sweaters. LAMBDA SIGMA LAMBDA A Christmas Formal in the large gym topped the Lambda's social season. The sorority’s second rusher in the fall was presented in the form of a “Cuckoo Bridge” party; the formal initiation took place at the Androy Hotel. Julie Ann Hanson was the sorority candidate for Social Chairman and won the election, holding office for both semesters. LAMBDA DELTA CHI Several closed parlies, including an outing at Fond du Lac, were held during the year. A Shamrock Dance on March 15, an assembly on April 15, and a Spring formal on April 13, kept the hoys busy during the second semester. The year’s activities were climaxed with a Spring banquet to which all the alumni living in Supc-i ior were invited. TAU ALPHA CHI The TAX girls were very evident in their newly acquired green sweaters with the sorority emblem on the side in white. A “Lumberjack” party rusher was followed by a progressive dinner and a formal initiation at the Gitchimadji Country Club in the circle of rushers and initiations. During the long winter months the group also sponsored a sleiglwide and roller skating party. IOTA DELTA CHI With the increased enrollment second semester. it was possible for the lota's to reorganize. The main entry on the social calendar was the 25th Annual lota Delta Chi Spring formal during April. SIGMA OMEGA The sorority, inactive for a time, was able to reorganize this year and included in its social calendar of events: rushers, and initiation ceremonies. After the formal iniliaation first semester, the girls enjoyed an evening at a theater party. 61To Cl ieer A spotlight appeared on sports when long familiar faces appeared around the gym. Football was effected to a degree by the Vets. By the end of basketball season the positions on the team were at a premium for the former lettermen. The long awaited era of bigger and better teams was beginning again. 62Womens Atlieletic Association Fir»t D Hinton. lovln. William , M. Johntcn. Min Murrell edvii :r L. Olson. Sullivan Sacond row: Montilioni, M. Anderion. Ro»i. Iremer, Wclthinger. Fuhrmoan, Niemi. Grant Third row: tyitrom, M. Wilton. Fuller, Herubin, Song. Stompner. Klinloibtrg • y Hare and Hound Chase started the W'.A.A. activities in I lie fall, hut I his was only a beginning to a full season of tennis, archery, soft ball, splash parties at the Y.W.C.A. in Duluth, and basketball. In the basketball tournament games with Duluth State Teachers, Central High, and the ocalional, the girls had an undefeated record. OFFICERS .Myrtle Johnson President Tressie Rac Lavin......................Vice President Lorraine Olson Secretary Vera Williams.............................. Treasurer Adviser Miss Dorothy .Murrell 011945-46 SEASON Kootball Nordeen, and Boh Molncr S.T.C.’s Veterans continued truining during 1915 46, bul for the many of them the training was athletic, not military, in nature for the first time in some five years. Coach D)Marco, who had ii| to this year felt the steady effect of the dwindling man power, now had the long awaited Veterans to fill the positions and make winning teams appear again. The football season ended successfully with an undefeated eleven. The intial victory came over the Stout "Blue Devils" and the final victory was over the River Kails “Falcons.” Oct. 12 — Superior 20 — Stout 0 Oct. 27 — Superior I I — River Kalis 6 Coach DiMarco also engineered an Intramural program during the year topped by an All-Nations basketball tourney. It was a veritable World War III when the Swedes, Balkans, Krcnch, Germans, Irish. Jews. Finns, and Norwegians met in combinations. The ultimate victory came for the Irish, and team members were awarded gold basketballs as champions of the 1915-16 All-Nations season. 671945 Football Sq uad First row; Halvorson. left halfback, Schatib, fullback. Anderson, right tackle. Cermond. tackle. Whitsitt. guard, Molner. center. Panzenhagcn. right guard Second row: Nordeen, left tackle, Herda. end, Olson, halfback, Sense, left guard. Billmcycr, quarterback. Rauchenstein. left end Third row: DiMarco, Coach, Brandscr, center. Mahoney, end. Erickson, quarterback. Buch. center. Rams kugler, right end. Christianson, quarterback Fourth row: Johnson, end. Pollari, right halfback. Peterson, fullback. Jackson, tackle, Stromko. right halfback. Ilolzbcrg. right tackle Fifth row: Thannum, Manager, Hursh. guard. Mercicr. left guard. Mellugh, end. Milavitr, ManagerBASKETBALL Basketball came into its own right again this season and the Beds saw a heavy game schedule. The combination of Coach DiMarco's art of teaching, the veterans, and the hoys who did not enter the service showed the school what good basketball really is. Dec. l--Siipcrior 28— Si. Thomas 55 Dec. 4—Superior 56 Bethel College 37 Dec. 8—Superior 33—Harlem Globe Trotters 45 Dec. 14—Superior 31—LaCrossc 33 Dec. 18—Superior 39—St. Thomas 58 Jan. 12—Superior 30—Duluth Stale Teachers 39 Jan. 18—Superior 24—Stout 39 Jan. 19—Superior 41—Fan Claire 61 Jan. 26—Superior 36—Duluth State Teachers 38 Feb. 2—Superior 47—River Falls 42 Feb. 9—Superior 43—Fan Claire 51 Feb. 15—Superior 43—River Falls 32 Feb. 16—Superior 43—LaCrossc 45 Feb. 23—Superior 55—Stout 42 Superior 49— Fort Snclling 38 Front row: Bud Berg. Pat Bonner. Bill Axt.Tom Susens Second row: Bud Ottmnr, Don Buell. Floyd Ramskuglcr, Ray Halverson Third row: Coach Leo DiMnrco, Clarence Nordeen and Bob Molncr. student managers Absent: Charles Billmnyer. Mike Culgan, Al Perltai r,9Live Co-ed balls and girls stag dances took a back seat as fraternity and sorority dances became weekly affairs. A year filled with all-school dances, formals, teas, and picnics made the Vets feel most welcome back on the campus. There was a vast amount of living for the Vets to enjoy. 70ELECTIONS, PICNICS, FUN Stated: Natalie Fuller. Alpha Kappa. Marjorie Wit liver, Delta Sigma Standing: Julie Ann llan «.n. Lambda Sigma Lambda. Joyce Roske, Tail Alpha Chi Sororities and fraternities nominated eandidates for the much sought after position o f Social Chairman. Julie Ann Hanson, representing the Lambda's won the election for the first semester. Irene Murphy cheerfully dishes up sonic hotdish for Major Coldwin Mcl-ellnn. The picnic, orginally scheduled for Billings Park, was held in the large gym due to adverse weather conditions. This was one in a series of all-school get-togethers planned by the social committee. 72HOMECOMING Their Majesties — Queen Neiln Bardsley and King Bernard Urhaniak are crowned l»y Iasi year’s royal couple. Beverly llegMrnm and John Sense Neila Bardslcy, representing the Delta Sigma Sorority, and Bernard Urbaniak, Semper Compares, led Homecoming activities on the campus December 14 and 15. Highlights of the two day celebration were a basketball game with LaCrosse, followed by a student and alumni dance in the gym at which time the king, queen, and attendants were presented with gifts from local merchants. 7.41. River Falls — Oct. 27. Can we ever forget the day? 2. Natalie and Jerry welcome the early summer. 3. Joyce gets a bird’ eye view of a gal) session in the Coffee Shop over the shoulders of Gloria and A dele. 4. Janice and Jean brave the blasts for the persistent cameraman. 5. Ruthic and Neila head for the library. 6. Betty. Muriel. Peggy, and Shirley ignore the elements. 7. Yes, the faculty takes lime off to cat. too. Dr. I.oop. Mrs. Fulton, and l)r. Williams find the food and company enjoyable. 741. Do«lo and Clarice find the camera more interesting than the job of pushing clothespins at a TAX rusher. 2. The men behind the scenes—Cage. Ed, and Tom. 3. Bob’s a trusting soul when he gets himself in such a position with By-land and Harold. ■i. The Dramas stage a mock “Breakfast at SardiV rusher ami get results— complete with hats. 5. A tense moment before the curtain of the “Carnival of Errors" assembly. But the serious note did not last for long!Your Education Headquarters . . . 1946 NORTHERN WISCONSIN'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE 77Congratulations to the Class of 1946 For Anything Photographic, Sec Drysdale- Perry Co. Child Photography A Specialty DIAL 8S23 The Store MOTOR INN, Inc. For Young Men . . . NASH AND LAFAYETTE SALES AND SERVICE NUNN-BUSH SHOES DOBBS Complete Automotive Service HATS ARROW SHIRTS DIAL 797 1121 1127 OGDEN AVE. KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES Sec Us For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Popkin Furniture Co. 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MINNESOTA 93The QU jfi RESTAURANT For Satisfying Service and Good Food JOE GATZEK, Proprietor 1410 Tower Avenue Compliments Wighfman's HOUSE OF FLOWERS 1307 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 6581 For Complete Satisfaction So"d ,T To - K EDELSTEINS CAREFUL Here Since 1892 1'' CLEANER8 1116 BELKNAP DIAL 9041 Furniture and Gifts Cash and Carry Service DELIVERY SERVICE 1521-23 TOWER AVE. DIAL 2-2621 "The Friendly Family Theatre" ¥ TYOMIES PUBLISHERS AND PRINTERS Leading Finnish-American Daily 601-603 TOWER AVENUE DIAL 4961 COMPLIMENTS WESTLUND Hardware Company 1020 Tower Avenue Dial 4942 uYour Beauty Is Our Duty” The New Powder Puff BEAUTY SHOPPE NONA DOW BARRON. Mgr. Phone 7113 1320 TOWER AVENUE 94Compliments of Superior Funeral Directors Association SUPERIOR . . . WISCONSIN E. T. SAFFORD, Inc. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Greeting Cards . . . Gifts Art Supplies 1306 TOWER AVENUE SUPERIOR, WIS. BELKNAP ELECTRIC COMPANY Electric Wiring and Fixtures 1513 BELKNAP DIAL 2-1103 "Our methods will please you" PHONE 7293 Jewelers 1124 Tower Avenue SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN ☆ CONNOLLY’S Meats and Groceries SHOP HERE FOR FINE FOODS 1202 Belknap Street Dial 4461 Laundry and Dry Cleaning . . . GIVE US A CALL HAWKINS LAUNDRY “They Satisfy” Dial 5565 Ogden Near 13th BUDNICK'S MUSIC SHOP “Everything In Music” 1421 Belknap Dial 8070 PLANT BRANCH 911 Ogden Ave. 1411 Belknap St. PHONE 7788 PHONE 2-2202 95Quality Furniture Costs No More At . . . ►Furniture Co. 1208 Tower Ave. Dial 4040 1 ■ FINE FURS SINCE 1897 1414 Tower Ave. Dial 9191 SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN ★ ★ COMPLIMENTS OF The Superior Iron Works 302 Grand Avenue SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN Compliments of Wisconsin Typewriter Co. DEALERS OF L. C. SMITH and CORONA TYPEWRITERS • 1222 Tower Dial 6901 ROOKEY TRANSFER Company Coal - Coke - Briquets LOUIS G. HOWATT JEWELER INSURED MOVING SERVICE 1425 TOWER AVENUE 1813 Belknap St. Dial 3993 ★ Expert Shoe Repairing Northern Engineering GIDLEY'S Company SHOE REPAIR SHOP 100 Ogden Ave. Superior, Wis. 1419Belknap 96★ CITY MARKET HENRY COHEN. Prop. THE VOGUE BOOTERY "YOUR SHOE STORE FOR 25 YEARS" Quality Groceries and Meats Corner Nth Tower Dial 4453 1218 Tower Avenue Suporior For Better Dry Cleaning HOLZBERGS Doesn't Cost A Penny More SPECIALISTS IN CLEANING Furs Furniture Draperies RELINING AND GENERAL REPAIRING WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ANYWHERE 1514 BELKNAP STREET DIAL 6685 For the Best Values In FURNITURE GO TO RUDOLPH'S FURNITURE CORNER OF BELKNAP AND TOWER A . Rosberg's SHOE HOSPITAL Shoo Repairing of the Better Kind Polishes - Laces - Dyes uiDsm 12 3 0 ON THE DIAL 1118 BELKNAP SUPERIOR. WIS. A.B.C. and MUTUAL SASNER'S EMPORIUM SHOP HERE FIRST FOR COLLEGE CLOTHES An Excellent Place to Hold Sorority Meetings For Reiervotiont DIAL 8172 1017 Tower Ave. Dial 4602 MARTIN TEA ROOMS 1820 HAMMOND AVENUEDUliUTH-SUPERIOR TRANSIT COIRPHNy PALACE WHER ™ I I RE PI Yj99 (a 3 C o JKoepjok CARVEL Matched Set 300.00 Engagement Ring 225.00 BENSON ELECTRIC compRNy CONTRACTORS ENGINEERS SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN MOVING STORAGE Baggage and Parcels to All Parts of Duluth and Superior Superior and Duluth Transfer Co. 2201 Oakes Avenue Dial 5193 Compliments of the GIESEN LUMBER COMPANY BUILDING MATERIAL CONTRACTING COALPurifM j the. '46 Cjitohe E. F. B urg Company Hotel, Restaurant, Institution and Janitor Supplies CHINAWARE GLASSWARE SILVERWARE FURNITURE EQUIPMENT UTENSILS 20 WEST FIRST STREET JANITOR SUPPLIES DULUTH, MINNESOTA The Advertisers Appearing on the Preceding Pages Helped Make Your Year Book Possible SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION BY PATRONIZING THEM !! 101INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Anderson Mobile Gas Service........... 8G Androy ............................... 89 Beacon Theatre ....................... 89 Belknap Electric ..................... 95 Benson Electric ......................100 Berger Hardware ...................... 82 Berg’s Studio ........................ 79 Bcrthiaumes .......................... 84 Bingham Hardware ..................... 82 Bolton Agency ........................ 86 Braham Granite Works.................. 79 Brandser’s ........................... 84 Bridgcman’s .......................... 85 Buck, R. C.... 90 Budnick’s Music Shop ................. 95 Burg, E. F............................101 Campbell Lumber Co.................... 91 Cedar, H.............................. 93 Chef’s ............................... 94 City Market .......................... 97 Clemen’s Agency ...................... 84 Coca Cola ............................ 84 College Coffee Shop .................. 90 Community Drug Store.................. 93 Connolly’s ........................... 95 Conrad’s ............................. 96 Co-Op ................................ 83 Drysdale-Perry Co..................... 78 Duluth, Missabe Railway .............. 93 Duluth Superior Transit .............. 98 Edelstein’s ......................... 94 Ekstrom’s ............................ 78 Erickson Station...................... 88 Erlanson Lumber Co.................... 99 Evening Telegram ..................... 85 Family Shoe Store .................... 86 Federal Bakery ....................... 88 Frisco Cleaners ...................... 86 Giberson's ........................... 99 Gidley’s ............................. 96 Giesen Lumber Co.................... 100 Grand Rapids ......................... 80 Greene Engravers ..................... 92 Hawkin’s Laundry ..................... 95 Hendrickson’s ........................ 79 Holden Tire Battery ................ 86 Iiolzberg’s........................... 97 Ho watt’s ............................ 96 Kelley Furniture ..................... 90 Lcbo Jewelers......................... 95 Lightbody’s........................... 81 Lignell’s Drug Store ................. 91 Lurye Furniture Co................... 96 Martin Tea Rooms..................... 97 Master Furrier's..................... 85 May’s Furniture ..................... 89 McDonald Cleaners ................... 94 McLean Stores ....................... 88 Motor Inn, Inc....................... 78 Northern Engineering ................ 96 Northern Supply ..................... 92 Northwestern Oil .................... 81 Opera House Drug..................... 87 Palace Theatre ...................... 98 People’s Drug........................ 82 People’s Theatre .................... 94 Popkin’s Furniture .................. 78 Powder Puff Beauty Shoppe ........... 94 Rosberg’s Shoe Hospital ............. 97 Ross Electric ....................... 88 Roth’s .............................. 77 Rookey Transfer ..................... 96 Rudolph Furniture.................... 97 Russell Creamery..................... 87 Safford’s............................ 95 Sasner’s Emporium ................... 97 Siegel’s ............................ 88 Silver-Tonsberg Printers ............ 92 Stack Bros........................... 85 Stack Co........................... 99 Superior Book Binders ............... 88 Superior Clearing House ......... 87 Superior-Duluth Transfer Co..........100 Superior Floral Co................... 92 Superior Funeral Directors .......... 95 Superior Hotel ...................... 86 Superior Ice and Fuel ............... 91 Superior Iron Works ................. 96 Superior State Teachers College ..... 90 Superior Water, Light Power ....... 81 Telegram Job Printing ............... 87 Thompson Grocery .................... 91 Tower Diamond Shop ..................100 Tower Floral Shop.................... 79 Tuverson’s ........................... 82 Tyomie’s............................. 94 Valley Brook Creamery .............. 93 Vogue Bootcry ....................... 97 Westlund Hardware.................... 94 WDSM.................................. 97 Whipple..............................101 Wightman’s........................... 94 Wisconsin Typewriter Co.............. 96 Yale - Superior Laundry ............. 95 1021U3 0D220b S 3


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