Valley City State University - Viking Yearbook (Valley City, ND)
- Class of 1924
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Text from Pages 1 - 188 of the 1924 volume:
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STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA
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H N NI Anna Cook Denny was associated with the State Teachers College 1 I
'V i 1 as student 'or teacher continuously for nineteen years. Immediately after
ll V her graduation in l908 she became a member of the Faculty, and from l N
' l920 to 1923 was Head of the Department of Commerce. Her many l I
years' service as Secretary of the Alumni Association has made her
.- known to every graduate. Mitch of the effective work that this organi-
. zation has accomplished has been inspired by her quiet, self-effacing,
l X but earnest zeal for the furtherence of the institution. No enterprize for
gl the advancement of the school life has failed to meet with her hearty A
ii N co-operation. No undertaking has been too great for her if it has meant
'N N the promotion of the spirit of good fellowship among the members of 1 H
l i the school. Having been born and reared in North Dakota, she has
l had a sympathetic understanding of the students that has endeared her
E to all who have come in contact with her. Her helpful interest in student
5 affairs has won for her the title, "The Students' Friend." No gift of
' money or costly memorial or imposing architecture can contribute so l
ll N . much to the lift of an institution as such a devoted friend.
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BOARD OF ADMINISTRA TION
R B MURPHY Chalrman
I-I P GODDARD
MINNIE J NIELSON
Supermtenclent of Pubhc Instruction
JOSEPH A KITCHEN Senlmel Butte
Commlssxoner of A rlculture and Labor
ERNEST C1 WANNER Executlve Secretary Bzsmarclf
ADMINISTRA TIVE OFFICERS
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C. A. LEE . . ........... . . . . . . Secretary and Registrar
BELINDA SEBERG ...................... Stenographer
CELESTINE M. TRACY .................. Stenographer
MARTHA MEINTZER ................... Stenographer
LILLIAN JACKSON ...................... Stenographer
. ELIZABETH M. TULLIUS. . .
. Custodian of College Book Store
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Aman THESE Pxcmsmis wxu, masmmmw vom WAY.
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Yet whenever I cross the river
On its bridge of wooden piers
Like the odor of brine from the ocean
Comes the thought of other years
U Whose lofty trees, yclad with sommers pride,
' Did spread so broad, that heavens light did hide.
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Never dld sun more beautifully steep
In his first splendor valley rock or hxll
Ne er saw I never felt a calm so deep
The rlver glldeth at hls own sweet will
a And temples, doomed to milder change, unfold
A new magnificence that vies with old.
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"We are glad for the Clays that we've spent on thy hills,
And the friendships we've formed in thy halls,
And for dear Alma Mater our hearts shall beat still,
When at last we shall turn from thy walls."
The harp at nature's advent strung
Has never ceased to play:
I-le comes he comes the frost
If I could put my woods in song,
. And tell wl1at's there enjoyed.
All men would to my gardens throng,
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The blue sky above us and below the shmmg sea
There s many a road to travel but It s the road for me
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Shut rn from all the world wlthout
We sat the clean wlngecl hearth about
Cement to let the north wmcl roar
In baffled rage at pane and door
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There was never a leaf on bush or tree,
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LOLA M. DYNES, B. S. STANLEY L. MYTHALER, MARY G. DEEM. A. M.
Home Economics B, M, T, Arg
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OLGA STEVNING KNUTE FROYSAA . ASLAUG OLSEN WRIGHT
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LINNIE Burrs, B. A. Vxourr M. Lows, A. M. LILUAN DUNNING, B. S.
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HELEN MOFFIT Valley Cify
Atheneum, Pres. Students Council
Budget Staff, Dramatic Club
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LEANORA BOYD Valley Crly
Plnlomathmn Pep Assocxahon Budget Stal?
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To nom her I5 lo love ller
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GRACE FARLEY amcslolvn
Budget Stall Y W C A
A lvmnmg may a .smulmg face
An altogether charming grace
OTTO F AUST Valley C :ly
Football Band Presxclent umor Class
Large of stature and af goodly qualxlzes aa well
Budget Staff Choman Glee Club
Who mixed reason null: pleasure and
nusdom mth murlh
EDYTHE HALL ameslonm
O K from begmmng lo end
A sound and dependable frtend
RUTH LARSON Sl ames Mmn
SPECIAL Music counsz
Clxoman Clee Club Maclngal
Wllal er she did was done Ivrlh so much case
xn her alone lwas natural lo please
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' "True worth is in being, not seeming."
.IESSIE CALDWELL - - - Valley City
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Sunshine of Heaven."
5 ' PEARL l-lANsoN -... Cleveland
4. 1 DEGREE
' "Happy am I, from care I flee,
, - Why can't the rest of you be like me?"
' .'. KATE PETERSON --.- Sheyenne
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, ,l JOANNA SAD ----- Valley City
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l if LILLIAN SIMON ----- Tioga
Q - "A thoughtful mind directs her willing hand."
ROBERT SONNEMAN - - - Driscoll
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g Q HAROLD soRoos .--- Valley City
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" 'Tis his at last who says it lmesl, ' 'I
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MILDRED ABRAHAMSON - - Kathryn
STANDARD HOME ECONOMICS
Cllon an Band
"She is industrious and pleasant as no one denies
One of our loyal and milling. stand-lzyes
ALICE H. ANDERSON - - - Almonl
"A maiden modest and yet self-possessed
CARRIE 1. ANDERSON ---- Leeds
Common sense and brains
An excellent combination
MYLA M. ATKIN - - - Bowman
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"Those who lfnon: her best praise her most."
VIRGINIA BAILEY . - - Valley city
Plxilomathian, Madrigal Club, Student Council,
Blizzard Stat? Editor
"A talented girl with a host of friends "
ARTHUR P. BELEAL - - - Valley City
Athletic Manager, E.. B. C., Budget Statf,
"'Tis better to love to-day than tomorrow,
A pleasure postponed is a pleasure lost."
ETHEL BELKNAP - - - Valley City
STANDARD, ART svecm.
Philomatbian, Blizzard Staff, Dramatic Club,
Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, Athletics
"Smiles, miles of them, supply unlimited."
DOROTHY L. BENSON - - - Michigan
Delphi, Newman Club
"Woman's crown of beauty-l1er hair."
MARGARET M. BETTSCHEN - Arthur
Hanzxmiclni, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet,
"A girl not of words but of actions."
BURTON BOYD ---- Valley City
E. B. C.. Fostball, Basket Ball Reserves
"Alt great men are dying:
I don't feel very well myself."
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I. "Why should not we women act alone?
l Or whence are men so necessary grown?"
TORGER BROWN - - - Valley City
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D. AVERILI. BURLUM - - Stephen, Minn.
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Eli Clionian, Dramatic Club, Debate,
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E "She was a damsel of delicate mold,
5+ With hair like sunshine and a heart of gold."
gl BERNICE. CARSON - - Soukup, Wyoming
I Newman Club
E "A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."
T GENEVA COMBES - - - Sidney. Mont.
"Diminutive, yet with a largeness of sympathy
big enough to include everyone."
ELEANOR CRARY - - - - Malt
H "The truest wisdom in general is resolute
2 ANNA E. DUSBABEK - - - Michigarr
Pluilomatllian, Newman Club
"A smiling countenance, a friendly way
That makes us all admire her,
' Willing to work as well as play,
A friend to all who come nigh her."
MINNIE DYSTE ----- Forman
"The same yesterday, to-day and forever."
Q' SUE EDWARDS ----- Kildecr
, STANDARD, COMMERCIAL
"Be to her virtues very kind,
Q1 Be to her faults a little blind." -
ELEANOR ELSTER ---- Enderlin
Delphi. Madrigal Club
Fi 1 "A smiling face, a speaking eye."
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HELGA O. ERLANDSON - -
"Hard work is bound to luring aucces
BERTHA FAGSTAD ----
Madrigal Club, Delphi, Glee Club
"Malfelh the world happy with music and
MARY JANE FAKTOR - - Lidgermoad
STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS
"Once you meel her you will wish lo
NANCY FEATHERSTONE - Valley City
Pbilomalbian, Dramatic Club, Madrigal
"May you ever he happy: live al your
Have a good lime: and :lo as you pleas
MARY FISHER ---- Valley City
Clionian, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Student
"Hcre's to a girl with a hearl and a ami
That makes the bubble of life worth-while."
MARION FROST ---- To
STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS
"A good guess is lretler than silence."
ANNE MARIA GRESS - - -
STANDARD. ART SPECIAL
Allmeneum, Madrigal Club, Orchestra,
"Why worry? The more we study
The more 'of our ignorance me disco
HELEN GROVES ' -----
. STANDARD, PRIMARY
Pbilomathian, Y. W. C. A.
"True worth is in being, not seeming.
FLORENCE GUSTOFSON - - -
STANDARD, PHYSICAL EDUCATION
"The girl with the smile
ls the girl Ivorlh while."
L. AGNES HAWLEY - - - Cassellon
STANDARD, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC
Clionian, Nlaclrigal Club, Newman Club
"Her song my ,heart remembered
Long after it heard it no more."
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"Accuse not nalure, she has done her parl." INXS,-.I
BERNARD D. HANSON - - Cardner
E. B. C., Men's Glee Club
' "He isn'l as mild as he looks."
HATTIE HANSON - - - Bollineau
! Hanamicbi, Dramatic Club
L "A girl with many pleasing ways."
ll HILDA HOFF - l -.-- Malfoti
rl STANDARD, HOME. ECONOMICS
l' Y. W. C. A.
lj "One of our seekers for knowledge."
, AILEEN K. HOGAN - - - Osnabroclf
ll Dramatic Club, Newman Club
ll "My thoughls are my companions."
FLORENCE HOLCOMB . - Valley City
ll Delphi, Debate, Secretary Sophomore Class,
f Y. W. C. A., Athletics
l "Pleasure and aclivily make the hours seem
Y' ILETTA HOLMAN ---- Wolselh
ll "She had no wish but to be glad,
She hated naught but to be sad."
l LUCILE JACKSON - - - Flasher
' .Clionian, Band
l "Individual and inlereslingf'
. DOROTHY .IACOBSON - - - Dazey
il Clionian, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet
"She is a good pal lo have around." '
EDITH MAE jOHNSON..- - - Stanley
' STANDARD, COMMERCIAL
Glee Club, Y. W. C. A.
"Even her faults lean towards the .virtuous
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PEARL JOHNSON - - - Manfred
"Nothing great was ever achieved without '
GRACE KIPPEN ---- - Omemee
STANDARD, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC
Hanamicl-ni President, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet
" Care sits lightly on her shoulders."
ALFRED KOENEKE ---- Lisbon
Footlvall, E.. B. C.
"Any little girl that's a nice little girl is thc
right little girl for me."
HELEN KOSOBUD ----- Lankin
"Sl.c lfnonzs hom to live and keep the middle
EDNA KUHNERT - - - Wilton
"She hnishes everything she starts."
CLARA KRONENBURG - Kimball. Minn.
"Everyl1orly's friend-nolrozlyfs enemy."
MARY LANDIS ------ Mott
"To have tried earnestly is success
ESTHER LARSON - - - - Nome
"The world is as you talfc it."
PHYLLIS LEONARD - - Edison, Neb.
Clionian, Y. W. C. Cabinet
"Common sense is an uncommon thing."
CLARA LYBECK ---- Valley City
STANDARD, PHYSICAL EDUCATION
"She has the 'rep' of a mighty good scout."
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U lo l ' "A maiden nevcr hold." '
LILLIAN MCLEOD ----- Antler il 1 if
"'Tf3 uflcn constancy to change the mind." H 1 V
1 Q ELLA MAASJO .--- Vnllny city 1' Q
' ' STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS 7 l
"With a sunny temper she Ivins hcr way." 1
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Y. W. C. A. lil
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l BEATRICE MORRIS - llflinncapolis, Minn. 1 1 S
- Atheneum, Clee Club, Blizzard Staff W H
"She oulstrips all praise and makes it halt
MARIA MURPHY - - - Valley city .1 1 !.
DECREE 'f :
X Philomalhian, Debate, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet,
W Blizzard Stall
"A girl of many accomplishments and many '
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1 FRANK MGFFIT ---- Valley Cay E' 1 11
f l STANDARD If 3
i1 E.. B. C., Pep Committee, Budget Staff, i 1
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I "Even tho vanquished he could argue still." , ,I
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EMMA NANRIVELL - - - Bordulac 11 1
' STANDARD ll
"Dignity becomes thee well."
GLADYS ODEGAARD -
- - Reynolds
fl '- "Modcsty is a candle to her merit."
' 3 PRETORIA OGG - - Antler
Eternal sunshine settles on her head
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STANDARD HOME ECONOMICS
Maclrigal Club Dramatic Club
Blizzard Staff Student Council Y. W. C. A.
Nothing great was ever achieved without
EDNA L. OSTBY - - - Hendrum Minn.
Dramatic Club '
Her lively loo s a sprightly mind discloses.
MARGARET OSTREM - - - Rugby
She loved them all because it was her 'way
ELSIE. ROBINSON ---- Stirum
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Extremely busy but quiet about il.
MARTHA ROGNESS - - - Esmond
, When seen made note f. W
ERMA H. ROOD - - - Sidney Mont.
' STANDARD ,l
X Hanamiclmi M
"She smiles on many just for fun. me know ii
1 there's nothing in it."
LULA E. ROMAN - - - - St. john
A STANDARD H
I Newman Club '
i "Ami there she goes, a'coming this way."
by EILEEN RUUD ---.. Casselton
, STANDARD, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC l
Clionian, Band li
' "ll's nice to he natural,
Q I When you're naturally nice
ELLEN SABRAW ---- Hazelton l
I Hanamichi, Newman Club
. I "She seems to have been made for friendship."
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.4 STANDARD. PRIMARY
2 "The force of her own merit makes her way."
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Clee Club, Y. W. C. A.
"Modesty is the grace of the soul."
SIGRID SEVERSON - - - Valley City
Delphi, Ahlelics, Debate
"A wizard in debate."
ELLA SHUNK - - - - Anslem
"Pleasant and agreeable."
GLADYS L. SIMON - - - Lakota
Clionian, Marlrigal Club, Newman Club
"A light heart lives long."
HAZEL SIMON ------ Tioga
Hanamiclmi, Y. W. C. A.
"A dainty flower on a stem of grace.
EVELYN SJOQUIST ---- Dwight
STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS
Atheneum, Dramatic Club
"I may be plump. but I still retain my
SADIE SOLOMON ---- Wheelock
ulndustrious and willing."
ALICE SMITH ----- Omemee
STANDARD. ART SPECIAL
Atheneum, Dramatic Club
"The mildest of manners and the lfindest heart."
MARTHA H. STENSHOLT - -' Orrin
STANDARD, COMMERCIAL .
"'Tis strange that some should lalfe to
sighing, and like it well."
CHARLES E.. STEPHENSON - Turtle Lake
Sophomore Class Treasurer, E. B. C.,
"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays
and confdent of tomorrolvsf'
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"She spealfs, behaves and acts just as she
EDNA STROM - - - Kathryn
"A maiden modest and yet self possessed
SIGNA STROM - - - Kathryn
"Her voice was soft and low, a charming
IDA SWANSON - - - Lucca
STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS
"All she asks is plenty of .atmosphere
LAURENCE TABER - - - Valley City
E.. C., Basket Ball-Reserves Football
"1 stand on the brink of a great career
Will someone please shove me of?
LUCILE TEWKSBURY - - Fordvzlle
STANDARD. ART SPECIAL
Pbilomathian, Y. W. C. A. President
U Glele Club
"To know her is to love her
To name her but to praise.
Mad rigal Club
"Why hurry when there's time to waste?
MARIE TISCHART - Red Lalfc Falls Minn
LETHA THOMAS - - - Dogdcn
, Clionian, Student Council, Athletics
"Would that we had some of her spirit
HELGA I. THOMPSON - Beach
STA N DA RD
"To lfnolv her is a liberal education
IRENE STRANG - - - New England
lfe Falls Minn
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' MARGUERITE. WANNER - Wimbledon
- ' STANDARD, PHYSICAL EDUCATION
F' i Delphi, Blizzard Staff, Newman Club A
' "Character is the diamond that scratches
I every other stone."
k k KATHRYN WARD - - . ofnlfn
,l 1 STANDARD I
" E 1. Newman Club President, Glee Club
ri I "She's a good maid, so very meek
H d Il That even her shoes refuse to squeak."
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" ALICE WELL ----- Cavalier
i ' ' STANDARD, MUSIC
' Glee Club, Madrigal
. "Laugh every time you feel tickled and
1: I giggle once in a while anyway."
gg E if L. RUTH wu.1.soN - - Brainerd, Minn.
4 5 Q s'rANDAnn. commsacmi.
li ,l - i Clionian, Dramatic Club
P "She's pretty to walk with,
Witty to talk 1vith,' and
l Pleasant to look upon."
,N GRACE M. WISNESS - - - Maddock
ll 5 STANDARD, PRIMARY
N "I live, yet say not much, but think the more."
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1 I STANDARD
" ' "Her aim and her manners admired lay all
3 1 who sam her."
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H HERMAN A.BURCHlLL - - Valley Cay
' ft STANDARD '
3 3 Blizzard sins, Basket Ball, Glee Club,
TQ ' Foo! Ball
1 i' " He has a .store of knowledge he never
j, , learned in hooks."
fi GERALDINE TORGUSON - - - Dazey
ku ' - A STANDARD, PRIMARY I
EN L W Atheneum, Axhleics
I U "Happy am I. from care I flee,
l Why can't the rest of you be like me?"
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IRENE ANDERSON Starkwealher
MINNIE ETHEL ANDERSON Stark-weather
MATHILDA GUSTAVA BERTELSON
Fergus Falls Minn
I-IAZEL E BROLANDER
HELEN CARROLL - - - Valley City
STANDARD PI-n's1cAI. EDUCATION
Philomathian Newman Club Athletics
BLANCHE M. CONNOR - - Parlg River
Philamathian, Newman Club
SUSAN CHURCHILL - Crea! Falls, Mont.
STANDARD, PHYSICAL EDUCATION
I Philomathian, Newman Club, Athletics
LORETTA MARIA DIETZ - - Wahpetan
NILVA COSETTE DUVALL - Valley City
STANDARD, ART SPECIAL
VERNER GOOLSBEY - - - Lidgerwaad
HELEN LEBUS Cassellon
EVELYN MCINNES Valley City
Philomathtan Y W C A Budget Staff
ELIZABETH MALIVI Sanborn
STANDARD PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC
FLORENCE MATI-IENY Carrtnglon
SUSIE V METCALF Valley City
VIRGINIA M MOVIUS Ltdgerwood
Philomathian Athletics Madrxgal Club
Dramatic Club Vice President
DELOIS NEWBAUER - - - Valley City
STANDARD HOME ECONOMICS
ETI-IEL OTTEM ----- Pembina
Clionian, Madrigal Club, Glee Club
MOLLIE W. PERLOWSKI, Sauk Rapids, Minn.
JENNIE PROBERT ---- McLeod
Y. W. C. A.
CARL GILBERT QUIST - Cenluria. Wis.
E. B. C., Pep Committee, Glee Club
ROBERTI3AHIvIIaR - - - Shelby, Mani. ' ' ' ' "
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GLENN HANNA ---- Valley Cily
Football, Basketball, Glee Club, E. B. C.
LUCY F. I-IUME ----- Lisbon
STANDARD, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC
Madrigal Club, Delphi, Pep Committee
GERTRUDE ,IACKMAN - Lilclifielcl, Minn.
I Clionian, Newman Club, Athletics
EVELYN C. JOHNSON - - M cC regor
CLARA ANN KRONENBURG, Kimball, Minn.
VERA M. REDMER ---- Medina
Philomathian, Maclxigal Club
NELLIE M. ISTOESER - - - Larimore
MARGARET SWANSON - Valley City
GLADYS M. SWENSON - - Hillsboro
ADOLF SOROOS ---- Valley City
E. B. C., Basketball, Football, Budget Stall:
KATHERINE SUNDELL - - - Dwight
ALFRED Ia. KURTH - .- - Gardena MIRL THOMPSOQITANQARD' ' ' l"a"i"'
OIC.. Club, Basket Ball, Foot Ball cle Club
LILLIE KYLLO '---- Mccallna VIDA A. THOMPSON - - Rolla
Atheneum, Y. W. C. A. Al eneum
EDNA LANGFELDT - - - Lidgerwaod CARO VANG -----. Hillsboro
WALTER R. LARSON - - Valley City ALICE WOLD ---- Abercrombie
' Basket Ball, Foot Ball Philomathian, Orchestra '
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MARY ACKERMANN - - New Rockford
"Unto a willing mind hard things are easy."
LOIS ACRE ------ Columbus
Hanamicbi, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A.
"Always merry and happy.
Always good and gay."
MARY ALFORD - - - - Edgeley
"Work is my pastime."
EVELYN L. ALFSON ---- Binford
Glee Club, Y. W. C. A.
"A bunch of golden keys is mine
To malge each day with gladness shine."
PEARL ANDREWS - - - Petersburg
"Life is a jest,
Laughter is best,
Life is what we make it."
VIOLA ANDES ----- Parshall
Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Y. W. C .A.
"One who has not succumccl to the
'hohbed hair' craze."
LELA ANDERSON - - - Wolford
"The light that lies in a woman's eyes,
And lies, and lies, and lies."
HAZEL O. ANDERSON - - Dawson
Y. W. C. A.
"She accomplishes grcal things."
A HARRIET ANDERSON. Thief River F alls. Minn.
"Energy and determination have worked
CLADYS ANDERSON ---- Rhame
Clionian, Clee Club, Basketball
"Come onl Let's gal"
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LAURA ATKI NS - - - - Canzlo ' l
X "A little nonsencc now ancl then,
f ls relished by the lresl of them." ',
NELLIE. L. BAEVERSTAD - Churchs Ferry '
Glee Club, Maclrigal Club, Dramatic Club
W "One of our seekers for lfnolvledgef'
f JEWELL BAISLEY - - - Hankinson
l Newman Club if
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HELEN BERNICE BALE - - - Lisbon
QB STANDARD, PRIMARY AND KINDERQARTEN SPECIAL
U Philomaihian, Y. W. C. A., Band gi
"Rosy and fresh and full of vigor." il
ARTHUR c. BARRINGER - - - Ver... H
ELEMENTARY - l
, E. B. C., Freshmen Vice-President, Blizzard..
S!aE, Dramatic Club. Student Council, 5'
Glee Club, Basketball. M
"We aim to please." C
. MALFRED D. BARSTAD - - Nome 5
, "Silence is golden."
F RUTH HELEN BARNES - - - Colfax 3-
A ELEMENTARY l
T Atheneum, Basketball, Y. W. c. A. 4
"We build the laclder as me climb."
,IUANITA G. BEGGS - - Hamilton '
"Art is long and lime is fleeting."
LOUISE BENN ----- LaMaure
, ELEMENTARY '
Y. W. C. A., Dramatic Club 'Q
lj "Care sits lightly on her shoulders."
V DORIS BERC. ------ Doyon Qi
Atlxeneum, Glee Club, Basketball
"Her's is the soul of an artist."
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HELEN BERTHOLD - - - Reynolds
"Sing away sorrow, cast away care."
ETHEL M. BEST ---- Walhalla
Y. W. C. A.
"She is inzlolent never."
ELEANOR M. BILY - - - Piselg
"For she is just the quiet kind
Whose nature never varies."
LORNA A. BLEZARD - - - Perth
"Full of energy anzl pep,
Success, she will surely get."
A LILLIE BLILIE ----- Christine
- Clce Club
" 'Tis no use to grumble and complain,
Rather wish for sunshine than for rain.
ALICE Boas .----- I Hampden
"Say not always what you lgnow,
But always know what you say."
ADELBERT K.BOTTS - - Frazee, Minn.
"A fellow of calm good sense."
STELLA BRACKIN - - - H anlfinson
"The little song-bird!"
JESSIE. BRITTON -' - - Turtle Lalfe
"ln her tongue is the law of lfinclnessf'
ETHEL BUEHLER - - - - Mott
Dramatic Club, Debate, Allxeneum. I
I "Her laugh is contagious:
It smiles the ear joyously."
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GAYLARD E. BURGESON - - fameslown QM
jlxxilf ELEMENTARY fgf I
E l "And when he spoke, men forwarrl leaned."
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HULDA T. CARLSON - - Crofton A
"Arlorezl and loved by all." '
MARGARET CARR .--- Rzmme A 1
Clionian, Glee Club ,y,
"The heavens such grace clicl lenrl her
That she might admired he." l
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ELEMENTARY .1 lg
ones Club A E if
I "Few morals spolfe she, but yet she playenl
her part." I li
SELMA CHRISTOPHERSON - - Name L5 si
"A lfinzl aml thanlfful crealurelu T, '
.IESSIE COLBY ---- Valley City I 1
ELEMENTARY A 'A
"Much wisdom goes often with few words."
EDITH COLLINGS - - - Lidgermood ,.
- Glee Club Y,
"Happy, jolly, fair and free, I 3'
Nothing there is that lwthers me." . 3
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ELEMENTARY Q! 3 ll
"Inst being happy is a fne thing to Jo." i B
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LUELLA A. CONNOR - - Park River 4 ,
ELEMENTARY 4 3
"The glint of Ireland in her eyes." gi l' V
GORDON R. CORBY - - - Valley City 'f 5 M
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"He is a fewell-because he is set in his way."
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MARJORIEIHELEN COULTER - Dawson
- Dramatic Club Glee Club
Margie! Margie! Come right up-alairsl
BEULAH CRAWFORD - - W healland
When I laugh lhey all laugh al me.
DAVID E. DAHL ---- Valley City
W Dramatic Club. E.. B. C.
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1 And me'rc all good pals logelherf'
POLLY M. DAHL ----- Crary
"A girl with a pleasanl smile for all."
MARGARET DAILEY - - - W arnaick
"She leaves a trail of lzrolfcn ulfe slrings
AUGUST E. DARKENWALD - Wimbledon
Band, Glee Club
"Always working when he isn'l doing
UNA DAVEY ----- Cavalier
"Sincere and lnie she slrives in all her llesl
JESSIE. W. DAYTON ---- Clyde
I "When il comes lo algebra-ask fessief'
BLANCHE. DEAREY - - Crand Forks
- , "I NCCI' glasses to 'see mare."'
ALICE M. DENISON - - - Condo
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4 "Beauty and brains-the unusual combination."
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FRANK c. DevRlEs . . - Clyde M
' Band lu
"He did nothing in particular and did if l Ill
it well." - ?'.3'w'6l
lDA M. DUNLOP ---- lnffstcr
ELEMENTARY 'X T
Y. W. C. A., Clionian, Basketball 'l I f'
"She who is equipped with patience and '
perserverance is equipped for work."
MILLICENT DUNLOP . . - jdmC5f0D!H l , if
Atlneneum, Debate, Maclrigal, Clee Club V lt
"Singing, she wrought, and her merry glee 1 li
The moclf-lrird echoed frorn his tree." .
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ELEMENTARY i T
Atlxeneum l P
"Her eyes as stars of twilight fair: li ll ll
Lil.. tmitighfs too, ll.. duslfy hair." F E H
ALICE EDWARDS - l- - - Bisbce ll
Y. W. C. A. KL ll
"For where she fixed her heart. she fred her j '
mind to do li - -
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"An energetic worker with high ideals." If 1
WALTER A. EGGERT - - Valley cup Z1 l ll
ELEMENTARY Q "
Baskeball. Football, Blizzard Staff, E. B. C. I I
"A smiling countenance, a friendly way, D ll
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C.ERTlE lvl. ELKEN - - - Hamlefg ll Q
ELEMENTARY :Q '
"Her head is not so .small that there is no l, I lp
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STANDARD? , P E 3
"The mildest of manners, gentlest of hearts." ' wifi:
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Basketball Glee Club l-lanamxclu
Nal on lop hu! clzmbmg
ANNA M FOLSTAD Melvm Minn
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In her langue as the law of mdness
ANN FORBORD Endcrlm
She s lxllle but she s zwsc
Shes a terror for her szze
CECILIA FOX lllendma
Delphi Newman Club
You laugh and Ill laugh
And we Il all laugh logelher
GLADYS FRITH Doyon
She does ihmgs as well as lhey can be one
BERNICE GADKE. Sl Thomas
The worlds no beller ff me worry
Lifes no longer zf we hurry
CATHERINE CACAN Devils La c
Atheneum Basketball Newman Club
Not hold not shy nor shorl nor lall
Bu! a new mmglmg of them all
ESTELLA CEIGER Wormood, Mrnn
"Loved by many, arlmzrezl by all "
GENEVA GEIGER Cavalucr
"A full rich nalurc loverl by all "
OLIVE. GEIGER Cavalzer
"She works when she works, and she always
works on psychology "
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LOIS M. GERHARD -1 - - Egeland
I , l "A merry heart goes all the day."
MABEL GREBE - - l - - Rugby
1 "A mind not to be changed by time or place."
l 1 LILLIAN GROSFIELD -1 - - Boniman
"Silence often indicates ll!l3ll0m.,.
1 ELEANOR GROSINGER - - - Fingal
L 1 STANDARD, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC
If fx Glee Club, Newman Club
Z "A brown-eyed maiden with a roguish smile."
ll HARRIET GUDMUNSON - - Makati '
E "A friendly heart with tmany friends." A
'PEARL HACK ----- Tuttle
B "The music malfes the girl."
l tl LORNA HAMILTON - -. - Forzlville
l "The gloom chaserf' -
, ALLIE LAMOTT HARMON - - Hunter
I E. B. C., Men's Clee Club, Budget Staff
"Give me Liberty!
H A place to eat!"
? RHEA M. HARMSEN - - - Hazen A
"A beautiful anzl happy girl.
With heart as light as summer air."
' ESTHER HART!-I ---- Bumstad
"Let us be silent that me may hear the
X whispers of the Coils."
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Her beautiful smgmg IS the bright s o
on our program
ETHEL M HAUGLAND Bubee
Anxious to do her lzestl
ADELINE HOWLEY Antler
ulet but still waters run deep
HARRIET ELIZABETH HEALD Lartmore
My true love hath my heart and I have his
THEO HEATH Hesper
For even the vanquished she could argue still
EDITH MARGARET HEDAHL - Manfred
"Ambition, studious, extremely Busy, but I
quiet about it all." ll
MILDRED D. HEDLUND - - Underwood
"Shy and sweet, and hard to beat." l
sYv1LLA v.HENsEL - . - Antler 5,5
"She is always the same, quiet and '
EVELYN l-IILGERS - - - Crary 3
ELEMENTARY Q 5
newman Club T 'l
"She seeks happiness by limiting her desires I I
Rather than in attempting to satisfy them." , ,
EDYTHE HILL - - '- - - Hesper X '
' ELEMENTARY '
A Glee Club ' '
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BEATRICE HOBERC. -I . . Burnstad Q l
Glee Club, Basketball, Delphi, Y. W. c. A. fl ?
"Faiifand sweet, with a sunny smile. 54
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EDGAR I-IOI-'F - - - -, Malfoti ll g 5
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5 E I something else." . ef '
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I, I ELEMENTARY :Q I Q
N' Delphi, Baskgball ,I g I
W "'Mildest manner and Fentlest heart." ll
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ELEMENTARY I J
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KATHLEEN IRWIN - - - Antler in
ELEMENTARY 5 ll is
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Q ' ELEMENTARY 'Q
"She is a sweet little miss with a sweet tl f' Il
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FRANK T. JANOWSKI - - Munich ,
ELEMENTARY I ' U
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Try to get out good."
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I "Honor lies in honest tail." I
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LILLIAN B JOHNSON
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she says il."
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RUBY L JOHNSON
Baller a good frzenzl lhan s
A conlradlclxon lo lhe lheory fha! brains
and lneauly clonl go logelhcr
AGNES KELLY Broclfell
Shy Ann gurgles and our Agnes giggles
MARION KELLY Valley Culy
STANDARD, KINDERGARTEN SPECIAL
"For I love her blue eyes and her sweet
ARNOLD G. KIRKNESS - Lake Park Munn
"The longer an lhis carlh we live
The more of our lfinzlness we can give
MYRTLE H. KNUTSON - Ferlllc Munn
Y. W. C. A
"Good humor is the health of the soul
And sadness ils poison."
LULU KROGSGAARD - Cooperstown
"All her ways are pleasanlness
And all her palhs are peace
ALFRED KURTH - - - Carduna
Football, E. B. C
"All greal men arc flying and
1'm nol feeling well myself
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My 4 Glee Club Q
Q! "Earned and failhful, gentle and lrue."
l CLARA L. LAHREN - - - Wazcau
Q Gle Club
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ll HAZEL A. LANDRU - Brandon, Minn.
lf E, ELEMENTARY X
'l I Hanamichi, Glee Club '
1' 4 f "True blue for all is she, l
Q Loved for her checrfulncss, zesl and alnflilyf'
f l INGEBORG C. LARSON - - Lilchville
Li ,f ELEMENTARY
I I "Slow and steady mlm the race." ' 3
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. 5 HANS LEE ----- Valley Cay
, "Nobody would suppose fl,.bu! l'm nalurally
MABEL LELAND - 7 - - Culchull
F4 1 A ELEMENTARY
l' 1 "A girl no! of words but of actions."
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A ' ll RUTH LESTER ---. Forest Rim
1 yi ELEMENTARY 1
1 'V "A light hear! lives long." 9
. Y ELDE-V. LUNDE -.-. sz. Thomas
X E ELEMENTARY I
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E "Her looks are deceiving."
T xl MABEL E. LUNDY - - - - Lea: l
1 ELEMENTARY '
' il nlndustrious, and slveetg of disposition." V
L W! HILMA E. LYBECK - - - Tullle X
Q 0 I! ELEMENTARY
"She will succeed, Because perseverance ,T
fi., KF, will conquer."
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ALMA K. LYKKEN ---- Walcotl
' "A thoughtful mind directs her willing head."
, ROSE MCCANN ----- Venara
Clionian, Newman Club
"Everywhere she goes,
She sings 'My Wild Irish Rosef
FLORENCE MCCARTHY - - Grafton
- "A winning jvay, a charming personality."
l lj FRANCES E. MCCOSH - - Valley City
rx ELEM ENTARY
- Basketball, Clionian
"Her glossy hair is clustered o'er a brow,
y Bright with intelligence, and fair and smoolhf'
l ETHEL MCDOUGALL - - Moorelon
"Smiling in the morning,
Smiling all the day.
Always bright and happy.
In her own sweet may."
BLANCHE MCGRAW ---- Antler
"She is righl there milh her ready wit."
JOY MCLAUCHLIN - - - Underwood
Hanamichi, Debate, Newman Club
, "joy's name is an emblem of her nature."
OPAL C. MCLAUGHLIN - - Underwood
Hanamichi, Newman Club
"fOpalJ, the Family femelf'
MARY MCLEOD ----- Barney
W "The world belongs to the determined."
' JEAN MeM1LLAN ---- Fordville
"folly in disposition.
W Loyal in friendship."
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DELBERT MALONE - - Hammond, Wi.. F i' V
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A . I I 'ELEMENTARY ' H I
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' FRANCES MATHFNVS - - Turtle Lalie l 7x "
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"Nothing is impossible lo a milling hcarlf' - S
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DECREE A T 1
"The fulure is nzhal mise men call lo-Jay."
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CLARENCE MOBERG Napoleon
A mighty man is he
MABEL MARGARET MOE Valley Cnty 1
A demure maiden with few words. and
many lhoughlsf' I
RUBY MOORE ----- Calvin ' l
ELEMENTARY 'N l l
"Ruby, Ah! Yes, Ruby." W
EVA MORIN ----- Walhalla 1 I
"Even ihough she sludied hard,
ll never drove away her smile."
HELEN MARIE MORRIS - Churchs Ferry
Athletics I T '
"A pleasing countenance is no slighl Y 1
KATE J. MULINEX - - . Talley 1 l 3
"1 have often regrelled my speech, never I
my silence." : '
LOU A. MULINEX - - - Talley E 5
"Lel'.s lallf, my friends, lel's lallg.'
BLANCHE MURPHY - - - Langdon J
"lndustry is always rewarded." 1 I
LAURA B. MUSSELMAN - - Orislfa '
"1'll lne a friend lo all, a foe lo none
ls honor lvorlhy lo be Ivan."
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L lil IRMA NAECEL1 ---- Melrose, Minn.
L' l . ELEMENTARY
1. Madngal Club
Z "She is fair, and fairer than that word,
X W Of wondrous virtues."
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" That is true friendship that is always the
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Q ,A CLARA NELSON . . A . Cnnby, Minn.
wi . "Toot your own horn."
2 Q Q FLORENCE F. NELSON - - Washburn
3' ELEMENTARY I
"A light heart lives long."
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5 , ELEMENTARY
i "Where is Mal2el?"
IDA NELSON ----- Canby, Minn.
Y. W. C. A.
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A li ELEMENTARY
5-5 l "Eyes that sparlfle lips that smile:
1' A Altogether a girl worth while."
3 DOLLIE NEWMAN - . Poyncltc, Wan.
"Behold our Dolly with her laugh so jolly.".
HELEN L. NICKEL - 1- - Wahpeton
A STANDARD, HOME ECONDMICS SPECIAL
lf 3 Clionian, Dramatic Club, Y. W. C. A.
X I Hg "A squanderer of smiles, a spendthrift of good
F lf lj, I cheer."
V Q REBECCA NIMON . . - Manner
f P Dramatic Club
"Oh, those mean curls."
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VIDA NOBLE ---- - Mott
Dramatic Club, Philomalhian.
"Gosh, hut I hate nmrlff'
OTTO NORDSTROM - - Starhuclf, Minn.
E. B. C., Men's Cnlee Club
"He shares the fate
Of the third room-mate."
C. E. NOWOTZKI ---- Langdon
"He gently studies."
ALYCE C. O'BRlE.N - - - l'Villon
"Smile: the slfy is lzlue enough without you
aclcling to it."
BRIDGET T. O'KEEFE. - - - Minto
"Who is Bridget? What is she?
That all our swains commend her?"
ELLA ODEGAARD ---- Egeland
"A good ffz.,..1."
MABEL A. OLSON ---- Balfour
Glee Club, Y. W. C. A.
"A compound of jollity, fralic and' fun."
ADELINE M. ORDAHL - - - Crafton
"Mischief shines from her hazel eyes."
PRUDENCE E. ORNBURG, Warroonl, Minn.
Glee Club, Y. W. C. A.
"Perl, chipper and saucy."
ASBJORG OVERGAARD - Valley City
I Delphi ,
"And still they gazed, and still their wander grew,
That one small head could carry all .she knew."
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cle.: Club, Basketball
"l may be an 'Overlanrlf luutlfm no 'Forrl'." l ilk l
BESSIE. M. PAGE - - l- - Hamilton ' l'
Clee Club, Philomathian
"Of manners gentle, of afections mild ancl
the simplicity of a child." ' A '
HELEN G. PARKS - .T - - Milner ll '
Clionian, Y. W. C. A. 2 l
"To warn, to comfort and command." A'
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Pllllomlhlan, Gleelclul. ll
"She likes pleasure, I
She likes fun. ,
Shc'll amuse most anyone." 4 U
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ELEMENTARY ' . -3 X' if
"ln all things we must loolf for the why. the ll ll
how. and wherefore." jx n If
ESTHER PEDERSON - - - Driscoll l
Glee Club F fl
--Fair of face, good and sweet." 'lx
HELENA M. PEDERSON V - Dazey ig 5
STANDARD X ,
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ELEMENTARY lx l
"Herc's a girl with a mind of her own." l' l I
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"Never do to-day what you can put of till , 'l
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ELEMENTARY Li! ill
"Of course, l'm from Lake lfarlfl Ask Kirk." Ml
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Alheneum, Y. W. C. A.
"What she undertook she did and that is
more than a great many of us do."
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PAULINE E. POND ---- Bowman
Hanamlclxi, Maclrigal Club, Clee Club
"How eharmingly sweet you sing!"
ALICE M. POND ----- Erie
"She speaks, hehaves and acls just lilfe she
MILDRED PORTER - - - Garrison
"Asif me no more."
LUCILLE PUNG - - - - Calio
I Newman Club
"A sunny disposition ever ready with a smile."
CARL QUIST ---- Centuria, Wis.
E. B. C., Budget Stall:
"He taclgeled the thing that couldn't be
done and did it."
ELLA R. RASMUSSEN - - - Hunter
Clionlan, Dramatic Club
"1 would the cook were of my mind."
EMMA RASMUSSEN I
1 "Speech is silver: silence is golden."
.IUNE RASMUSSON - - - Turtle Lake
"Quick lo malfe up her mind and to put her
resolve into action."
HENRIETTA RASMUSSON - - Dazcy
"Beautiful in 'mind as well as countenance'
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"Studiou.s, capable, bright-fyel fun lakes
EDITH REMBOLDT - 1 - Bowdon
Glee Club 3
"Busy ds a lice and eviclenllly enjoying life."
ANNA RENNERS ---- Reynolds
"Oh, you giggles."
MARGUERITE G. REYNOLDS, Ollie. Monl.
Albeneum, Dramatic Club
"That was a close shave, lay jingle,
When she decided lo gli a shingle."
JULIETTE ROBILLARD - - - Olga
Philomathian, President of lDramalic Club
"Her cares are few."
MABEL ROBINSON - - Deer River, Minn.
STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS
Philomalhian, Dramatic Club
"You can'l lell what lfind ofglvhcels she has in
By the spokes lhal comes onli of her moulh."
VIOLET RODIE - - -l - - Langdon
"Lei us be merry while we can
FLORENCE ROGERS ---- Colvin
"She lhinlfs naughl a lrifle though it small
I-IILDA RUE ---- - Sheyenne
Y. W. C. A., Atbeneum
b "A real pedagoguef'
MADELINE C. RUE ---- Baldwin
Atheneum, Dramatic Club, Athletics
"Dame Hadley she was in the 'Courlship of
Miles Slanclishf "
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HULDA M SAKER Cary Minn
A merry hear! doeth good ll e a medicxnc
HELEN SAUNDERS C rary
Happy and bright wmsome and gay
We all know Helen ln her own sweel way
FLORENCE CHAFER Calvin
ulelly she war s away
Faithful lo every duly
RUTH SAYLER Underwood
Never mind Rulhzc
Napoleon was small
MAURINE SCHIEB Bordulac
The hes! of life is convcrsalion.
- MARY SCHLAGEL ----- Fingal
- STANDARD PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC
Glee Club Newman Club
Conlinual cheerfulness is a sign of wisdom.
LEOIXORA SCHAEFER - - - Medina
' Music is her delight.
MARGARET SEARLES - - - Broclfel
"Where your treasure is there will your hear!
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ELLA L. SELBO --.- Valley my
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STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS SPECIAL
Clionian, Debates Band.
"The secret of success is constancy of purpose.
ALICE SI-IELVER ---- Enderlin
' "She's a lv ight as the torch she carries." l
A 1 DAN - L - Forest River .
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' A small girl with a big heart, I
l offlfjltfjj And always ready jo do her part." '
in ti". ERETTA si-IERIDAN L - Forest River T
"Ashes to ashesi W
Dust to dust, . 1 i
If Observation 1don't get you,
HELEN M. SHIPLEY -I - Valley City
"So sweet and fair, and Tn the square."
DOROTHEA s1EcERT l- - - Hunter
Y. W. C. A.
"When it comes to pleasure, she's right there,
With a line of giggles which sure is rare."
MABEL D. SIMBALENKO - - Kief
' Maclrigal Club
"Fair and wise is she."
' JOSEPHINE SIMONSCN t - - - Finley
"Laugh and the world llzughs with you,
Grin and you grin alolncf'
ESTHER SINCLAIR - T - Cooperstown
N F STANDARD'
' , Glee Club.
" "And her modest answer and graceful air,
Show her wise and good as she is fair." ' 1 1
' EUNICE s1ss0N ---- IGTIICSIOVIDTI iv
lg ELEMENTARY .
is "Happiness consists in doing' gooa' for others."
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"Quietly she works away, faithful to every ,
MAY C. SOEBY ---- Walhalla
Y. W. C. A.
"There's something in those deep blue eyes
That does absent-mindedncss disguise." t
MARIE SORENSON - - Warren, Minn. i
"On with the dance! Let joy he unconfinecl: '1
No sleep till dawn, when youth and pleasure '
To chase the glowing hours with flying fleet."
ESTHER SOROOS ---- Valley City W
Delphi, Y. W. C. A. ll
"Born for success she seems." .
LILLIAN SPILDE ----- Velva
Y. W. C. A.
"A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any
CLARENCE STEEN - - Churchs Ferry
"Do your stuff' E
BEULAH STEMM ----- Leal l
"Meek she appears, with her soft brown eyes, l '
But sometimes she takes you by surprise."
THELMA STEMM - - -' - - Lcal
"True worth is in lacing, not seeming." t
STELLA STENVIK - - - Erie, Minn.
"industrious and sweet of disposition." L'
EDYTHE STEPPE ---- Sorles .
"All work and no fun isn't the life for mc."
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"Common sense is an uncommon thing."
I ADELINE. FLORENCE STEPHENSON
I2 Atbeneum, Y. M. C. A.
I "Always ready to help wherever she is needed."
ROSE. VAN STEENVOORT - - Crary
"'Tis the mind that malfes the lnody rich."
OLGA O. STRAND - - - - . .Finley
"The smile that fills our hearts with sunshine."
I ' EDITH SWITZER .... Hamilton
I STANDARD, HOME ECONOMICS
' Glee Club, Dramatic Club,
Captain Freshmen Girls Basketball Team.
"lt is always good to have tivo strings to your
II LYLE SUTHERLAND - - - Van H0015
Q , "Husbands may have Better halves,
But bachelors have better quarters."
' INGER K. SVENNINGSEN - - Luverne
I ELEMENTARY X
I "Quiet and unassuming, but always on the job!"
ESTHER MARIE SORENSON Page
wouldnt he an angel for angels have to sing
l cl rather lie a college girl and never do a thing
OLGA SWENSON Plummer Minn
Optimistic straightforward and a
conscientious 11-'Of er
FRED L TABER Valley City
Football Numeral Basketball Trainer
E B C Blizzard Staff
Though he is a busy man he is never busy
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A flower of rare sweetness.
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an excellent tlung nn a woman
The lzlomllest of blondes
wetness IS ,ICT virtue
ALICE TOLLEF SON
Say Lester Im bro agam
LESTER L TOLLEFSON
I always dnl love them all
But slx hundred are too manyl
BEATRICE V TOMLINSON
Delphl Glee Club
Delphx Dramahc Club
Secretary Newman Club
the way through
Moetesly ay but modesty rs sweetness
Smile and the world smiles with you
GENEVA TAYLOR ---- Offs n
Cl.,e Club Dramatic Club Madrigal Club
MYRTLE THOMPSON Han mson
Her vorcc was ever gentle sweet and low
MARIE E THORNE Minneapolis Minn
Never troulwle trouble untrl trouble troubles
HELEN A TISDEL Del amere
IRENE TRACY Crand Forks
LUCILLE TRASK Ragalton Mmn
uzet on the outsxde but a good lass all
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U CECIL- M. TURTON ---- Esmond 'J
. "A quiel may but a bright smile."
MARGARET F. UPI-IAM - - Craflon
Debate, Secretary Philomathian Society
"Intelligence and courtesy are in her I
AGATHA VARTY - - - Egeland
. Dramatic Club, Newman Club I
"fudge me by wha! I am."
IDELIA S. VICK ---- Sheyenne
"Let us follow in the foalsleps of our
SOPHIE. VICK - - - . Douglas '
, Glee Club
"Noi so quiet as she seems." l
MELVINA M. VERVILLE - - Walhalla J
"She doeth litlle lfinclncsses which mos! of '
BLANC!-IE. E.WAHL - - - Washburn
"On the square and almve lzoarcl-lrui nal a
X3 ANNA L. WALL - - - - Anselm I
"With a generous soul and a generous heart." I
CHRISTINA A. WALLACE - - Rolla
W A "Yes, l'm Scotch and proud of il."
HELENE WALTER - - Devils Lalfe
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Atheneum, Band, Maclrigal, Newman Club N
"Allen may come and men may ga, 1
But I go an forever." '
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gy "Sometimes I get awful blue!"
ETHEL WATTS ----- Hebron
"She does not-put 0,0 until tomorrow what she
should have done the day before yesterday."
AIVIELIA WINIFRED TESKE, Greenbush, Minn.
Glee Club, Clionian, Newman Club I
' "She gently studies."
NELLIE E.. WEEDEN - - - Hanslaoro
y "She thinks before she speaks."
ELIZA WECKER - - - - Taylor I
Glee Club .
"And-so I bobbed my hair!" '
MERYL WILLEY ----- Calvin
"Merry is she and happier still who can be
happy against her mill."
ELLEN WRIGHT ----- Antler I
"Though not old in years, yel old enough in
JOSEPHINE WOOD - '- - - Hoople
"Willing lo work and ready for fun." I
ERMA v. YANKEE ---- sheycmw '
T ' 'Y E!i5MENTARY
' tl jBand
"A model of Innis-sense ,
INGA J. OVERLAND - - Churchs Ferry "
9 l Glee Club, Athletics 0
"A sweet lillle miss with a sweet little smile,
And a sweet little way all the while." L4
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, Glee Club
"Peach-Blossom cheelfs anal sparkling eyes."
A SYLVIA TWITO ---- Manlpeller
"Moclesl, simple and slvcel,
The 'very type of Priscilla."
STELLA AANRUD ---- Balfour MARGARET BURNS - - - Sheldon
I ELEMENTARY STANDARD
W Glee Club' Y' W' C' A' Dramatic, Newman Club
MARGARET ABRAI-IAMSON - Valley City DOLORES BYRDE ----- Leeds
' ELEMENTARY ELEMENTARY
P, Madrigal Club, Philomathian Newman Club
' l KENNETH E. BACI-IMAN - - Valley City LYDIA CARR ---- - Lalgola
'N ELEMENTARY ELEMENTARY
lj, Basketball, Glee Club, Freshmen Treasurer. Dramadc Club
lx - CLIFFORD BAI-IMER - - Shelby, Mont. RUTH COCI-IRANE - - - Leith
E ELEMENTARY ELEMENTARY
I AVILINE E. BAILEY - - - -.. Valley Cily MARGARET DAILEY - - - Warwick
T Philomatbian, Y. W. C. A., Basketball, Atheneum Newman Club
U i aclrigal Club '
jf - 1' FLORENCE DAXVSON -..- . .Dresden
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,A ' 4 N i atbian, Basketball FLORENCE FLEWELL - - Valley Cily
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A ERGLUND - - - Lanrlon
EVELYN FRANCES BRUDY'OLD Valley Crly
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ELNA FREITAG - -
Valley C :ly
STANDARD SPECIAL COMMERCIAL
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RAYMOND GREGERSON, Lake Park, Minn.
GEORGIA M. cuss - - - Rugby
HILMA HARALA - - - Broclfel
IDA S. HAWKINS - - Deer River Minn.
MABEI.. HICKEZY ---- Norlonville
Delplxi Newman Cub
MAY HOLDING ----- Cayuva
ILETTA IVI. ITIOLIVIAN - - - lVolsell1
Delphi Dramatic Cub
MARTIN ITIOLTER Vall U Cnty
IDELLA A IIUCI IES Val eu C111
STA NDI RD
Clloman Ncwrran Cub
EVELYN JACKSON CGIGIICT
Delplu Dxamatc Club Baslce Dall
CLARA JOHN Valley Czly
STA NDI' RD
Vlcc Preslclenl Newman Club
New man Club
ILMELIA KANDT Kref
DcI Ils I alfe
HELEN KOLB - - - - Washburn
GERTRUDE KRITCHMER - Valley City
HENRIETA GRACE KROGI-l -
EMMA N. LARSON - -
MABEL LELAND - -
AUVERNE LOCKWOOD - .
CLARA MARCKS - -
Valley C ily
LAWRENCE C MEYER Hammonzl Wls
E. B C
HARRIS L MICKELSON
CLIFFORD R McMILLAN
E B C Trca urer Freshmen
IRENE JENNINGS MORITZ
IIELEN M MORRIS Churchs Ferry
Newman Club Arhlencs
ZELLA MORRIS Maplelan
CECIL MULHAIR Valley Cay
STANDARD COM MFRCIA L
PETRONILLA C MULVANEY Kramer
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ESTHER MYRDAL - - - Edinburg
MARIE MYRDAI.. ---- Edinburg
AMY NIELSON ---- Valley City
GLADYS ODEGARD - - Reynolds
ETTA ODELL '
BEATRICE OLSON - - - Craml Forlgs
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RUTH A. OLSON - - - Willmar, lllinn.
.IES-SIE PALMER ---- Valley Ciljl
FLORENCE L. POTTENGER - Fillmore
LAVERNE. PAWLSON - - Wlleallallil
BESSIE PUTNAM - - - Polluclp, S. D.
I-Ianamicbi, Y. W. C. A.
IRVYL C. REYNOLDS - - - Van Hoolf
THELMA RINDE f - . - Hoople
Philomarhian, Dramatic Club
WALTER RUSTAND - - WCIILICII, MIIIII.
Baslcelball, Foolball, E. B. C,
OLGA SAND ---- - Bisluec
ELIZABETH CATHERINE SCI-IOLAND
EVELYN SCI-IOSSAN - - Fingrec
CARRIE SWAN - - - - Balfour
Glee Club, Y. W. C. A.
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ALLISON SEYMOUR - - - Valley Clly f,Ll,l',
MABEL SHEARD - - - . ,.CaIl.ay llll.l
ELEMENTARY ' '
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VIRGINIA SIMCOX - -V - Parlf River I
STANDARD l Q
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EVA ADAM SRAULDINC. - ' I ll A
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BINNIE STEPHENS - 513595 ll lf
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OLGA SWENSON - - I- I:lUfl'lIllt'I', llfllllll. lj
VERA A. THOMPSON - - Rolla Ll ll ll
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IDA THORESON - - - Valley Clly , f fl
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LOIS WALTER - - - - Berlin I. I
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IRENE WARD -.... Osnlbraclf I l
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IAYNE WHEELOCK - - Valley Clly I I
Maclrigal Club, Clionian l I:
GEORGE WRIGHT - - - Valley Cily I if M
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MARIE ZAUN - ---- Valley CUP Il
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PREPARATORY CLASS gl
President ....... ..... L ANCE DUNHAM ll
Vice President .. ..... MAEBELLE REYNOLDS
Treasurer .. ..... ..... H ,4TT1E ERICKSON '
Secretary ..... HELEN BJONE
M embers ,
Amoth, George Grifliin, Charles Murphy, Blanche '
Amoth, Ida l-larala, Hilma Mull, Mary '
Johnson, Esther W.
Nelson, Geraldine 1
Ogren, Lillian '
Shoreman, Alameda l
Simonson, Josephine 1
Derwenko, Elsie Mahlum, Dena Silvertson. Bella
Dunham, Lance Marshall, Irma Torlcelson. Thelma
Dvorak, Emma Mattson, Freda Weber, Angle W
Erickson, Hattie Nloflitt, Arthur Weflh, BBIYHCC
Gjelhaug, Hannah Muir, Margaret Wolf, Rose W
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HANAMICI-I I SOCIETY
Sadie Solomon '
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Prerrrzrri ....... ..... B EA TRICE MORIS -'
Vice President . . ,. ..... ADELINE STEPHENSON
Secretary ....... ..... R UTH BARNES Q
Treasurer ..... ..... H ELEN MOEHTT
Sergeant-al-Arms ..... ALICE SMITH 5 y
First Critic ..... LILLIE KYLLO
second Critic .. . .... PEARL JOHNSON in 5
Advisor .... ..... M 155 FR1sTAD lt 4
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9' lcla Amoth 1 14 Pearl Johnson Hilda Rue l l
jRutl1 Barnes lg, Nettie Kyllo Maurine Sehieb . 1
if Doris Berg W Lillie Kyllo Margaret Ostrem l l
9 Ethel Beuhler ,ff Ethel McDougal Helen Shipley ' ,l
Q Margaret Dailey I rr Mary McLeod Alice Smith Q' E.
'I Millicent Dunlop vig Helen Molfitt Evelyn Sjoquist - 5
.'7Ethel Ebert ' Beatrice Moris Adeline Stephenson Il '
4 Helga Erlanclson ,r Marion Moflitt Rachel Tofsrucl 1
facatharine Gagan . Guclrun Nelson Geraldine Torguson i Q'
" Anne Cress J ' Frieda Pewe Vicla Thompson l ll
r,MalJle Grebe Marguerite Reynolds Helene Walter l
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Vice President . ..
. .MARGARET CARR
PHILOIVIATI-I IAN LITERARY SOCIETY
President ...... .......... .... L E ANORA BOYD l
Vice Presizlcnl . .... ANNE DUSBABEK I
Secretary .... .... M ARCARET UPHAM
Treasurer ...... . . . .MARIA MURPHY "
Scrgean!-al-Arms ..-. ALICE WOLD
Chaplain ..................................... BESSIE PACE
Editor ................. . ..................... VIRGINIA MOVIUS 1
Critic ......................................, VIRGINIA BAILEY
Advisor .................................. M155 AUSTIN I
Membc1's A .
Margaret Alnrahamson Susan Churchill Josephine Olness
Gertrude Bale Blanche Deary Bessie Page
l.lelen Bale Alice Dennison Margaret Parker
Aviline Bailey Elsie Derwenko Mildred Paulson
Virvinia Bailey Alice Ellingson Vera Reclmer
Juaiziita Boggs Nancy Featherstone Thelma Rincle
Ethel Belknap Helen Groves Juliette Rolaillarcl
Florence Beniclt ' Helen Harper Mabel Robinson
Leanora Boycl . Evelyn Mclnnes Lucille Tewlcsbury 4,
Myrlle Bye Mary Miller Margaret Upham
Helen Carroll Virginia Movius Alice Wold ,,
Blanche Connor Xll23l3aNIY7Il:lf5l'1Y Anne Dusbabek
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The results of
Ianuary I2 ..... .... I -lanamiclii. . .
January 26 .... , . . .Atlleneum . . .
l-lanamiclii. . .
February B .... .... E . B. C. . .
Delplii . . . .
February I6 . . . .... Alheneum . . .
Alheneum . . .
February 23 . . . .... Delphi . . . . .
March 6 . . .
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the debate are as
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Clionian. . .
Clionian . .
. . . .CIionian. .
. . . .Plxilomatbian
. . . .Hanamiclmi .
. . . .Philomatl-iian
. . . .l'Ianamiclii.
. . . .Allieneum .
E. B. C.
I I-larvey Tomlinson
rj Delbert Malone
. . .... Hanamiclmi
. . . .pbilomatbian
. . . .Atlieneum
. . . . . .l-Ianamichi
. . . Clionian
. . . Delplii
. .... Atheneum
. . .... Atlieneum
. .... Philomalbian
. . .... Pllilomatbian
. . .... Pliilomatliian
Question: Resolved that the Monroe Doctrine should be renounced.
CRANCER MEDAL AWARDS
First Prize . .... Alice Denison .... .... P liilomathian Society
Second Prize . .... Nlaurine Scbieb .. . .... 'Xtheneum Society
Tliircl Prize .. .... Pauline Poncl . .. .... l-lanamiclii Society
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President ........... .......... .... K A THERINE WARD I
Vice President ........ .... C LARA JOHN JV
I Second Vice President .... .... A NNE DUSBABEK 3
Recording Secretary .... .... I RENE TRACY
Corresponding Secretary . . . .... HELEN CARROLL .jul
Assistant Chaplain ..... .... C LARA KRONENBERC 6
Treasurer ........ .... A ILEEN HOGAN 7 H
it Official Chaplain . . .... REV. IOHN BAKER
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Mildred Hall Emma Nankivell Pearl Andrews C-eorgiana Schmidt
Aileen Hogan Beulah Crawford Joy McLaughlin Margaret Wanner
Eleanor Bily Grace Krogh Opal McLaughlin Nellie Sloeser
Eleanor Grosinger Cecelia Hamm Adeline Hawley Helen Carroll
Gertrude Kretchmer Kathleen Erwin Blanche Connor Amelia Teslce
Helen Berthold Idella Hughes Maurine Sehieh Stella Luchsinger
Mabel Pavel: Mary Ackerman Gladys Simon Amma Kadlec
Lucile Pung Elizabeth Tullius Marie Zaun Agnes Lovchilc
Antoinette Tischart Angie Weber Judith .lorissen Helen Riordan
Agnes Hawley Marie Croteau Kathryn Gagan lrene Mills
Dorothy Benson Mary Schlegal Helene Walter Anne Dushahelc
Evelyn Helgers Margaret Searles Florence McCarthy Florence Matheny
Agnes Kelly Bernadette Binclcly Delores Byrde Violet M. Lowe
Mabel Hickey Florence Dawson Margaret Daily Margaret Burns
Martha Mosinec Laurel Kuecks Lila Welter ,luliette Rolnillard
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Gertrude Jackman Eva Morin Ellen Sahraw Clara John
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1 DANIEL SUPERVISES
By ALICE NEWMAN
fflnnardcd First Flace, lnlersociely Original Story Canteslj.
"Well, if there aren't those turkeys of Daniel Beach's again, an' they're going for my
garden!" exclaimed Mrs. .lim Brennan as she glanced out of her kitchen window. "Can't he
Iearn to keep them at home! Vifhat they don't pick to pieces their long legs trample down."
Wrathfully she lifted up the pan she was kneading dough in and banged it down on the
open oven door. Seizing a broom from a corner she burst open the screen door and ran
briskly to her garden to ward off the approaching liock of Mammoth Bronze turkeys.
"I-Iere, you old gobbler, don't you know enough to stay inside your own farm?
I'll show you!" As she said that, she picked up a stick and threw it at him. The gobbler,
however, was keeping a vigilant eye on this person who opposed his path, so made a neat
jump to one side, dodged the slick and circled around Mrs. jim, thus reaching the rows
of lettuce. The rest of the flock had become demobilized and were fleeing toward the
gate. The gobbler had time to snatch only one pull at' the crisp lettuce leaves before Mrs.
jim was upon him. Very well, he would leave, since his presence was so obviously not
desiredg but he was not to be driven ignominously from the field. I-Ie stopped, turned
toward his pursuer, spread his magnificent feathers and saluted with his most dignified
gobble, then stalked majestically toward the gate. This insolence was more than Mrs.
Jim could bear. With a terrifying "Shoot" she ran at him, tripped over a cabbage head
and nearly went down, thereby accidentally finding the way to frighten the gobbler. In a
Hash his dignity fled and wildly flapping his wings he ran towards his flock.
As Mrs. jim regained her balance, her temper was in no way sweetened to see
a man coming up from the gate. I-Ie shook his cane at the gobbler as they met, then both
continued on their way.
"Good morning, Mrs. Brennan. I am sorry my turkeys came over here. I just saw
them going down my road when I drove up lo the barn with a load of hay, and by the
time I got my horses up to the hitching post and tied they were too far away to stop. I
hope they didn't damage your garden."
"Aside from breaking down a cabbage head and trampling on my lettuce and a
few other things, nothing was hurt, thank you, Daniel," Mrs. Jim replied sarcasticallyi
"If I had birds on my farm that wouIdn't stay home I would keep them tied up to a
fence post. This here presuming on your neighbors is such a low down trick for a man
like I always thought you were, Daniel."
The old man leaned on his stick and stroked his gray beard slowlyg then he re-
moved his battered felt hat and carefuuly creased its crown. "Well, IVIrs. Jim, like I said
before. I am sorry it happened, and I'Il pay you whatever you think you are entitled to
for what any animals of mine have ever spoiled of your property. I don't believe I'm any
different man from what I used to be, but these are different turkeys from what I used to
"Now, Daniel' I won't argue with you about what your turkeys have done. It ain't
so much. But I don't want always to have to watch this garden and never be able to sit
down in peace to do some fancy work or drink a cup of coffee. I know it's hard for you,
not having a wife to supervise things, so I'll just overlook this and the other times your
turkeys have come in my yard. But I don't want it to happen many more times."
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Daniel had replaced his hat on his head and slipped his cane into his other hand
while Mrs. im was speaking. His eyes twinkled as he said quite humbly Ill try not to
let it Mrs. im. But you know birds are socially inclined animals. Nlanys a time Ive
seen my chickens walk down the road and meet yourn coming up and together they cl have a
pleasant time cackling over topics of interest and then proceed over to my wheat stacks
to thrash em out.
Mrs. im looked amazed then patiently indulgent as one might be toward a child who
tries to excuse himself by puttinv the' blame on others
You must be mistaken Daniel My chickens never leave their yard Mrs Sanders
has Black Mmorcas too and lve seen them wander pretty far away from their barnyard
They are most likely hers that you saw Now you better follow up our turkeys and see that
they go ln the right direction and l got to knead my bread if it amt sour by now
The last sentences were flung over her shoulder as she bustled away to the house
That hed accuse my hens of straying did he'5 The poor man she said complacently to
herself as she went about rescuing her neglected bread dough
Daniel spent a thotful hour on his porch that evening Finally he slapped his knee
exaltantly and laughed heartily whereupon Duke raised his head from the floor at Daniels
Well just play a little Joke on Mrs lm eh Duke3 he said stroking the dogs
sleek brown head And at the same time we ll show her that a woman dont always super
vlse any better than a man Thats what sne said Duke that it was hard for me to
manage not having a wife to supervise things for me Well maybe it IS but as the Lord
didnt provide any I guess l-le meant you and me should struggle through together eh old
fellow'-9 Now Ill just smoke another pipeful of this Prince Albert and then tum ln
For another hour the man and dog sat in the gathering darkness listening to the
glowing number of sounds from field and woods Then Daniel roused himself from his
revery knocked the ashes from his pipe and went indoors
The next afternoon Daniel stopped his work in the field before his accustomed
tlme and busled himself in the granary Later in the evening when the chickens had all
gone to roost he shut and securely fastened the screen doors and windows in his chicken
house an act which Duke interpreted as a warning to watch out for prowling animals
The following morning Daniel went about chucking to himself and talkmv to his dog
Guess Ill stay right here around the barn and watch developments Duke which
will happen soon or l miss my guess
He did not have long to walt A dozen or so of black chickens soon appeared on
the road outside Brennans farm Daniel watched them draw nearer saw them up his
road and hesitate as they looked about for the hosts they had expected to meet Then he
hurried to the Uranary When he came out he had his pockets bulging with corn and
carried a bundle of stnnvs in one hand He threw the com on the ground close by the
chickens oyously they scrambled for it and all Ureedily tried to vet the most Daniel now
unrolled his bundle of strings Each string has a tempting kernel of com tied to one end
which he threw among the chickens the other ends he held firmly in one hand Luckily
for him the game warden was not around or he would have been fined for fishing wlth more
than one lme When each chicken had swallowed the end of at least one string Daniel
walked down the road leading the fowls who all followed the onward pull On they went
towards Brennans with Duke following at a respectful dlstance When they reached the
yard Daniel tied the strings to a fence post near the house Then he left the bewildered
and tired birds in Dukes care while he went to the door and rapped Mrs im answered
Good morning said Daniel Your chickens came to call on mme and I took the
liberty of doing what you said should be done to all runaway birds and Ill bet you
couldnt have done a neater job of it yourself Mrs
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FRANCIS MEMORIAL ORATORICAI.. CONTEST, l923
MARIAN MORANGE, Pai-If River, First Place
"A Square Deal for India."
PEARL KLOSTER, Buxton, Second Place
"The Need for the Development of the Democracy of Art in America."
EDITH PETERSON, Audubon, Minn. Third Place
"Pioneering in Literature."
ALICE KRANZ, Valley City.
"The Preservation of the Natural Beauties of North Dakota."
MARIAN MCVEY, Devils Lalfe.
"Injustice to the Pueblo Indians."
, "FAIR IS FOUL AND FOUL IS FAIRQ
I-IOVER IN TI-IE. FOG AND FILTI-IY AIR ON HALLOWEEN"
Tonight when, in the high tower of the main building, the clock, with her
black hands vainly attempting to hide her ghastly illuminted face, doles out
the witching hour of twelve, goblins will rule the earth. Through the dark
corridors of the Physical Education Building, skeletons with rattling bones will
stalk about, and try the knobs of doors the campus folk have touched.
Along the murky waters of the Sheyenne, phantom forms will glide and
hide beneath the crags. Lizards and toads and all manner of ugly creeping
things will come forth and fill the road. From the impenetrable blackness be-
yond, the long and dismal echo of the hoot-owl on some dead, thick limb will
F111 the air.
The elms and box elder and naked ash will step apart one from another
and with upward, swaying arms, will moan and writhe. With a great noise
of cracking and splintering, gnarled oak trunks will untwistg the swollen veins
of the hackberry will thicken yet more and burst: the sharp spines and
thorns of the haw will lengthen and stab to pain and death any who essay to
cross their path.
1 Like sad, white tombstones, the great slabs of sidewalk on the campus
will rise and stand motionless on end. The hill, so many centuries lain pros-
trate, will raise his head and tower over Fifth Avenue.
The tenacious tendrils of the vine on the Main Building will loose their
hold, and, serpent-like, the vine will creep through the grass beneath, who
will shudder with horror, will drop and kill the cringing thing beneath their
And all the while, the cold, cold stars above will glitter, unaffrightecl and
Photo by R. Kenneth McFarland
25 Fnrollment day Old and new friends meet
26-Grand recuperation after trenuous enrollment clay
I 27-Harriet and Art enjoy their first stroll along the river pat .
28-Faculty tea in the Alumni room.
2-Adolph fell for Margaret the night before. 1
I-Many college girls enjoy De 'Molay dancing party.
' 4-Professor "Happy" entertained us in chapel.
All school picnic at Chautauqua Park. ' I
5-Gladys Swarthout, first number on the Artist Course, gave if delightful concert.
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6-Clionian house cleaning party.
I ' 8-Complimentary recital given by the Music Department.
I l0-Briggs and Margaret order r eser ved seats in chapel for the third period.
I3-Students enjoyed a talk givenvby Josephine Corlin Preston in chapel. Philo Phrye.
I5-Euclid Avenue girls boast football by attending practice with their cameras.
I6--"Oh, Oh, Cindy" enjoyed at College Auditorium.
I8-Mr. Pouliot acquires a sudden interest in art.
I 20-Students at Philomathian Tea.
Atheneums and I-lanamichis entertain at Halloween parties.
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' 23-Old students open chapel exercises with a demonstration "Pep March."
. 26-Funeral services in chapel. Who died? Football game with ,Moorhead State '
Teachers College. We were all there. I 'Q
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-Delphi Halloween patry.
-C. S. A. held social time in commercial room.
-Costume party at "dorm." It was some boxing match. Halloween party in "gym"
They had jack-o-lantern pie.
-Faculty entertained by President and Mrs. Allen at a delightful Halloween party.
-Philomathian party. Football game with Jamestown. We win next time.
-Talks by members of Board of Administration in chapel.
-First "Musical Tea."
-Court trial in chapel. Miss C-ebelman wore her new earrings. Football victory over
-"Grandpa" Allen made his debut. Miss Downs spoke to us in chapel on her ex-
periences in South America.
-Luncheon at M. E. Church for S. T. C. students. C. S. A. Rush party.
-Interesting lectures were given by Hamlin Garland.
-Initiation night for literary societies. E. B. C. party.
-Talks given in chapel to observe Education week. Physical examinations. Tables of
weights and measures put into practical use.
-Freshmen organize at first class meeting.
-Training school give pageant in auditorium.
Senior class organized.
C-race Farley and Helen Moflit discussed the "Towner-Sterling" educational bill in
-Freshman party. Dull time as usual.
Many absences. Count Leo Tolstoy spoke to us at chapel exercises and gave a
lecture in the evening.
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' 3-Annual Y. W. C. A. Bazaar. A '
5-Beauty parlors, downtown, complain of too much competition from "Dusty" Rhoades
whose specialty is clipping and shaving necks.
8-Football men receive their letters in chapel. Modest Lawrence blushed at a wink
from "Dat red headed gal."
I0-"A Tailor Made Man." "All's well that ends well."
'IZ-Many banks close. Many students leave.
l3-Graduation exercises. President C. C. Swain delivered the address. Sophomores
hold Christmas party in the gymnasium. It was a perfect success, tree and all.
l4-Registration for winter quarter completed. It was a holiday for those who made up
that line yesterday afternoon. '
I5-Same old stuff! Classes all day.
l7-An all-school party was held in the new gymnasium. We were almost lost in the
big space. College men were on parade.
I8-Pre-holiday dinner was given by the faculty women with the faculty men and the '
members of the Dames Club as guests.
I l9-The Christmas spirit prevaded after the Carol program in the auditorium. There
were wonderful Christmas dinners at the halls.
20-Merry Christmas! Smiling faces showed everyone set and ready to go.
3-Everyone seems glad-to be back and ready for work.
4-Mr. Meyer was late to class. I-le explained that his radio was bothering.
5-Koencke removed his chapel seat number to put into his new memory book.
8-S. T. C. defeated Ellendale Normal in the first basket ball game of the season. I
I 9-First "Te Dansantn of the season enjoyed by faculty and students.
l0-What's going to happen? The entire faculty appeared in chapel. Dr. Allen ex-
' plained by informing us that they, too, now had regular chapel seats. The delegates I .
to Indianapolis told of their experiences on their trip.
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ll-Ann Cress and Allison Seymour were appointed yell-leaders at mass meeting.
S. T. C. defeated Park River A. C. in basket ball.
12-Coach Hurst makes a plea in chapel that the lost sheep running around without
suits report to his office at once so that he can take care of them.
I3-Skating and tobaggoning proved popular Sunday sports.
l4-The faculty members representing the Music Department gave their Complimentary
I5-Juan Chiapusso gave a delightful piano recital in the auditorium. Wahpeton de-
feated 20 to I2 by S. T. C.
I6-Miss Cable from the State University gave a pottery exhibit.
I7-Students hold another of those stirring pep-meetings.
l8-They pulled off a prize fight. All we knew was that what we saw afterwards.
S. T. C. won another game from Minot Normal.
I9-Mrs. Parks of the League of Women Voters addressed the students at chapel
21-"A rushing day," declared the hair dressers and photographers.
22-"Moonshine" was given in chapel by members of the Dramatic Club introducing
23-Students interested in sociability get a kick out of the Commercial Room.
24-Miss MHQOHHH demonstrated the art of makeup with Ethel Belknap as subject.
Ellendale vs. S. T. C. in basket ball gabe. We won!
26-Dramatic Club presented the play "Suppressed Desires." It set us all to analyzing
27-This Sunday the girls tried hoseback riding. A
28-Seniors and Juniors are entertained at the first of a series of teas given at the
Allen home by Dr. and Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Patton.
30-Several college Valentinos took their lady friends to dinner at the Rudolph Cafe.
I-Lewis T. Crawford spoke to the faculty and students on Reminiscences of Westem
North Dakota of the Early Days.
Another basket ball victory for S T C when our boys defeated Moorhead
-Barney Google won lirst prize at the East Hall social hour.
-Literary societies entered the Blizzard selling contest. President Allen received
flowers from the faculty in honor of his birthday. .
-'Miss Cubelman gave a splendid talk on Woodrow Wilson.
-B. Putnam, E. Sjoquist, and F. Nunn kindly consented to test the new additions
to the Hre escapes.
-Mr. Flude enlightened the students in the art of traveling. His lecture "Ten Thou-
sand Miles in Siberia" was enjoyed by a large audience.
-Memorial services for Woodrow Wilson were held in the Auditorium with ex-
Governor John Burke as principal speaker.
-Newman Club members enjoyed the card parties given at several homes in the city.
-Dedication services were held in the new gymnasium. Many distinguished visitors
were entertained by the College. Our boys won the Jamestown-S. T. C. game.
-Miss Nielson and visiting county superintendents were entertained to luncheon at
-School spirit shown by bon-fire and snake dance. Mayville defeated in a basket
ball game. A school party was held after the game.
-Dr. Martin spoke to the College women at chapel period.
-The Municipal concert given at the Auditorium was very much enjoyed by a large
'Twas the night young Lochinvar came out of the West.
-Blizzard contest closed.
-"I-la! ha! ha! You and me,
We've got a whiz of a team you see."
-All aboard four hundred strong "Basket Ball Special" for Jamestown.
-Everyone tired but happy.
-It was a fine day to walk across the high bridge. ' I
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25-E.. B. C's entertain their lady friends at a Leap Year party.
26-Miss McCarthy proved a friend in need when she explained the trick of writing an
27-Senor Manen honored the Spanish Class by reading a story in Spanish to them.
28-To hear Manen, the noted violinist, was a treat enjoyed by many at his concert
given in the Auditorium.
29--Clionion basket ball girls defeated the Delphi team in the first of inter-society games.
l-Philomathians entertained at a social hour.
2-Lucy and her friend drove to Sanborn.
3-"The Maids on the Bamboo Screen" given by the College Women's Glee Club.
4-Mr. Hoff of Jamestown spoke in chapel.
5-There were as many boys as girls at the dansant.
6-Philomathian Society won in final debate. The final inter-society basket ball game
won by the Philomathians was played against the Clionians.
7--Physical Education Exhibition was given in the gymnasium.
8-A school party was held in honor of our "champions"
9-The famous Cough-drop vs. Chewing-gum debate was given at the meeting of the
East Hall Club.
I0-The College men were entertained to tea at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Allen.
Juniors and Seniors had their party.
l I-Art Lee and his troupe of faculty men give Skylark" from "Merchant of Ven ls it"
l2-Last call for library books and examinations. Student Council opened the bool:
I3-Winter quarter Commencement exercises.
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The Physical Education Demonstration of Commencement Week
was held on the campus on Tuesday evening. Columbia entertained the I
European Nations at a June ball. Each country was asked to dance'
a characteristic folk dance of its country. Columbia had a surprise for
her guests, which was a solo dance, and then all joined in the grand
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At the beginning of the winter term the girls of the College began their training for
basket ball. Many girls reported and much enthusiasm was shown. The Freshmen and
Sophomores had class teams and in the interclass game the Freshmen won, score being
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Players from these two teams were chosen for the varsity team.
F. Gustafson ............ Sophomore H. Morris ........ .... F reshmzin
C. Lybeck .... . . .Sophomore F. Benielt . . .... Freshman
L. Gerhard ..., .... F reshman C. Frith ....,.. ...... F reshman
So that more girls woulcl have the opportunity to play, the Literary Societies were to
have teams. Three clid and the results of their games are as follows:
Delphi . .... , .... 6 Clionian . . . . I9
Clionian .... 7 Philomathian . . . .24
At the opening of the Spring Quarter the men of the school were asked to choose
between track work and baseball as their main activity for the season. As interest in
baseball appeared to be the greater it was decided to give it another trial. More than
twenty men answered the first call for practice and it was clear from the first that some
good material was on hand. The spring weather proved ideal. The men motored to the
Fifth Avenue field daily for work outsg a good deal of enthusiasm developed, and with-
it a creditable team to support the red and blue rapidly shaped itself. An early contest
with Jamestown College was arranged and played on the local diamond, the Hilltoppers
winning by a close score.
Upon the organizing of the Valley City League the College was asked to join.
From this time forward except for another game with Jamestown and one with Litchville
the efforts of the team were directed toward winning the championship of the City
League. When a franchise in the Dakota league was brought to the town late in july and
the teams in the city league disbanded, the College was secure at the top with honors won.
Perhaps the largest factor in the team's success was the work of their pitching star,
Jesse Hutchinson. The team as a whole, however, was well balanced. Rhoades at third
was the class of the league as was Duckworth at first. Lee at second and Soroos at short
played consistent ball throughout the season. Other infield men who appeared at times
were Power and Anderson-both valuable performers.
ln the outheld Reed held a regular berth, other gardeners being Luessen, Busdicker
and Gunderson. Behind the bat Michael Tovey carried the brunt of the work. Kurth and
Hitzman took regular turns in the box, both showing considerable promise. Among the heavy
hitters who gave S. T. C. its strong defense were: Hutchinson, Tovey, and Rhoades, all
300 batters. The team was strong both on the offense and on the defense. The infield
became a smooth working unit as the season advancedg the outfield became reliable, while
the pitching was the best in 'the league. All in all the season was both interesting and
BASE BALL 1923
Won Los! Percent
State .... .... 6 l 857
K. of P. .... .... 4 3 571
Cleaners . . . .... 5 4 556
Elks ...... .... 3 3 500
Co. G. ....... .... 3 6 333
Odd Fellows . . . .... 2 6 250
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of last year's letter men, Taber, end, and Briggs, half. The outlook, however, was brightened
by the presence of several promising reserves, including Herman Burchill, Gilbert Quist,
Alfred Kurth and Adolf Soroos.
ln addition, a number of men who had won their football spurs at the local high
school drew suits and answered the first call to the gridiron. Outstanding among these as
the season advanced were G. Hanna, W. Larson, W. Eggert, A. Seymour, F. Taber, and
V. Krogh. New faces were W. Rustand, A. Kirlcness, lVl. Foullcs, A. Koenelce, O. Faust,
B. Reynolds, W. lVlcNoun, and L. Sutherland. Serious practice began Wednesday, Sept.
26, with thirty men ready to battle for places on the eleven. A new tackling dummy was
put into service, new equipment arrived, Larson was chosen Captain, and the season was on.
The first clash came with the heavy Science team on October 20, resulting in a
scoreless tie. On October 26 S. T. C. lost to Moorhead Heachers I4 to 0: November 3,
the Red and Blue held the seasoned Jamestown College Eleven to a 6-3 score. Our
showing in this game was undoubtedly the best of the season. The work of Kirlcness,
Soroos, and Larson was outstanding. Ellendale came on November 9 and were turned
back by a 40 to 0 score. The veteran Gunderson had returned to school and had a hand in
The scoring for the season stood S. T. C. 4Ig opponents, 34. Men who made up
the baclcfield were: Kirlcness, Soroos, Seymour, Briggs, Koenelce, lVlulhair, and L. Taber.
Krogh, F. Taber, L. Taber, and Rustand were used as ends. Larson played center. The
remainder of the line was held at various times by men from the following group: Burchill,
Eggert, Mulhair, Kurth, Faust, lverson, Foulks, F. Taber, and Hanna. '
Some individual mention should no doubt be made. It is the opinion among local
fans that S. T. C. had in Kirlcness one of the best football men in the conference. His line
plunging featured every game. Larzon at center was an important cog in the team's play.
His experience proved especially valuable on a squad which included so many new men.
The work of Soroos and Burchill drew much favorable comment. The Taber brothers and
Eggert were fighters to the last whistle. Hanna and Rustand improved steadily.
Taken as a whole, the season is to be regarded as a successful one. The team worlced
well as a unit and in its last games was going at top form. The men gained football exper-
ience which will show next fall when many of them return to the school and others go out
into the State as coaches.
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Moorhead Normal . .. .... I4 S. T. C .... . .. 0
Jamestown College .. .... 6 S. T. C ........ . 6
Ellendale Normal . . . .... 0 S. T. C ....... . .39
Opponents . . ............ 20 S. T. C ......... 42
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REVIEW OF TI-IE BASKETBALL SEASON
If the football season gave promise of fine things in athletics for the year, the
basketball season saw that promise richly fulfilled. Practice began in December with a
large squad in training. That the beautiful new gymnasium was ready for use no doubt
added to the interest, but the fact that only two men who seemed reasonably sure of berths
were on hand encouraged competition for places and drew to the floor most of the men
of the school having any basketball experience whatsoever. Not a great deal could be done
before the holiday recess. Early in January, however, the team began to take form.
Larson, l923 football captain, was again chosen to lead the team. ,
When Dickinson Normal appeared on January Sth for the opening game of the
season, the team to represent S. T. C. was composed of Walter Larson, center: Carl
Hanson and Adolf Soroos, forwardsg Allan Kernkamp and Glenn Hanna, guards. This
combination proved a winning one and to them with the addition of William O'Neil,
forward, and Herman Burchill, center, was entrusted the undertaking of bringing to
State Teachers College a conference championship. How they responded and how equal
they were to the task is now a matter of history. Their achievement has passed into one
of the pleasant memories of the year. Their success is an outstanding one, even at Valley
City, where so many strong teams have been fostered. Their feat of winning l-4 straight
games appears remarkable indeed when one remembers that Jamestown and Wahpeton
had been rated before the contests began as by far the strongest teams in the conference.
The season started in tamely enough, but with the defeat of Dickinson, Park River, and
Wahpeton by wide margins, interest, which was good from the first, grew keen. When
the trip to the home of last year's champions was made, local supporters were not sur-
prised to hear that Wahpeton had been defeated on its own floor. The big test came
however, in the Jamestown series and here the fight and spirit of the red and blue again
prevailed. The trip to Jamestown 'was undertaken as a project four hundred loyal rooters
accompanying the squad. This trip in particular and the season in general did much
to arouse school spirit, and to unify the student body. Not in years have the attendance
and the rooting been so good.
The training in co-operation gained this winter in supporting this school undertaking,
can hardly fail to carry over into other College activities. The last game of the season
was lost by a close score to Moorhead.
If the season brought to light no stars who stood clearly above their fellows, it did
show unmistakably enough an entire squad capable of playing smart basketball, strong as
a unit on the defense and on the offense.
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Violet Lowe ,,.,,,,, ,,.,... f unior High Linnie Butts .,.. .....,. 5 th and 6th Grades E
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Miss Long asked her beginning reading class why mother went
window shopping, Len said, "To buy windows."
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Helen complained to Miss Mulinx that "Wallace won't keep his
feet to home." Wallace gravely, "I don't want them at home. I want
them at school."
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ln Miss Steppes' reading class, the children were asked to make
sentences about Roseis furniture which the boys only had made. Sen-
tences were coming slowly from the boys. To stimulate activity Miss
Steppe said, "The girls are making more sentences than the boys and
yet the boys have been doing the work. Omar accounted for the situa-
tion with, "We made it and girls-they thinked it." .
as -is as '
Something moved Geneva to pinch Doris in Miss Rord's class.
Miss Rord asked Geneva if she liked to be pinched, Geneva was sure
she did not enjoy it. Miss Rord pressed the point further by asking if
she thought other people liked to be pinched. Before she could answer,
Dorothy Ann approves of nothing apparently, "Thou shall not commit
adultery, it says so in the Bible," seeming to feet that would throw some
light on pinching your neighbor.
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During a street sign lesson in reading the "No admittance" sign
was presented. The first word offered no difficulties and phonics came
thru the sound of the seemed word, but no one knew its meaning until
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owar gave w at seemed to him a most reasonable explanation, Ain t
got no mittens."
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Valley City has a home,
We call it Wesley'Hall,
And anywhere that we may roam,
We always will recall:
The one who is willing and ready
To help us and never tarry,
The debt of love and kindness
We owe to Mrs. Perry.
Little Rachel, don't you see,
Always busy as a bee.
And then Margaret, nearly as small,
Reciting her reading lessons to all. A
And then there's May, oh, you can guess
She's never without her forgetfulness.
Leonora may be added here too,
Though her's only lasts a clay or two.
Next Lucile, in doubt of selection,
"To teach or to marry," that is the question.
And Elsie, busy with lessons or band,
But never too busy to lend a hand.
Julia is there, we'll see if we look
Silently reading some sort of a book.
And Mary McLeod we can't recognize
Wtih those big round things that cover
There's Etehl Best with her cleverness,
Stored 'way down in her stocking, I guess.
And Ethel Mac with that same smile,
We always can see it whatever the style.
When a gentle tap on the door we hear,
We know that Eleanor is to appear.
If not at her text-books, Mrs. A. we know
Is in a seed catalog, head and toe.
Etta, although very steady and staid,
Thinks teaching will cause her to be an
Then Luella Buttke all the while
Has that every ready smile.
Dollie, although we know better,
Thinks she couldn't live without "that"
Minnie and Pauline, so faithful to all,
They prepare the good meals we ,all will
Last, but not least, in storm or in sleet,
Allie is ready to furnish the heat.
Though we must go where duties call,
We'll not forget "Dear Wesley Hall."
HIGHEST AMBITIONS OF TI-IE WESLEYITES
May-To be supervisor of music in Chicago.
Ethel Mae-To have the second piece of cake
Eleanor-To be a kindergarten teacher in N. Y. Etta-To keep house for her brothers.
Lucile-To catch a man.
Rachel-To be a senator.
Ethel B.-To be a prima donna.
ulia-To ride clown the Mississippi.
Letha-To raise poultry.
Elsie-To be a matron of an orphanage.
Leonara-To teach school for twenty-live years
Dolly-To become a second Kreisler.
Mary-To become a nurse. Margaret-To teach the Indians.
Luella-To become a lawyer.
Eleanor-"I can do a little, but I can't do it so very good."
Lucile-"Doesn't it make you peeved?"
Margaret-"You tell 'em."
Leonara-"Where are my books?"
Elsie-"We can't agree even to disagree."
Mary-"Yes, I'm Scotch, and I'm not ashamed of it either."
Dolly-"My shoe's unbuttoned again."
Ethel Mae-"I never say the same thing twice."
Rachel-"Oh, forevermore ! "
Julia-"I told you so."
Letha-"Another magazine on gardening."
May-"Excuse me, please."
Ethel B.-"What's all the fuss about?"
Etta-"My heavens, girls!"
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,' The boys of 408 are there. They have smashed three College
' First, Frank Charles deVries, the noted "French Count," recently
from Paris, smashed the Dormitory record, finishing strong with taking
one of the popular young ladies of East Hall, out, five successive even-
Second, Allie Lamott Harmon, the "Ladies K-night" has won A
, more fair ladies in "The lVlan's Paradise" than King Soanomen of the
Valley Cafe ever hoped to win.
Third, and not the least, is Otto Harold Nordstrom, the "Swede
from lVlinnesota,,' recently of Starbuck, in other words "The Woman
Hater." This fine, blonde haired, light-eyed gentleman "stepped" out
I once during the Wiliter Quarter.
The above records are expected to stand unless Sir Arthur Bar-
ringer, Prince Frank Janowski start and then-good-bye records.
CAN YOU ANSWER?
Where can a man buy a cap for his knee
Oi a key to the lock of his ha1r3
Can his eyes be called an academy
Because there are pupils there?
In the crown of his head what gems are found?
Who travels the bridge of his nose?
Can he use when shingling the roof of his house
The nails on the end of his toes?
Can the crook of his elbow be sent to jail?
' If so what didv it do?
l-low does he sharpen his shoulder blades?
Ill be hanged if I know-do you?
Can he sit in the shade of the palm of his hand
Or beat on the drum of his ear?
Does the calf of his le eat the corn of hi toes?
If so why not grow corn on the ear?
S. T. C. VERSIONS
. Lives of Sophomores all remind us
U We should do our very best, .
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Adelin: To start a physical culture correspondence school.
Esther: To run a conservatory of music.
Ellen: To take life easy.
oy: To make a hit with the boys
Ruth: To get high grades in exams.
Opal: To be a live wire.
Bessie: To grow fat.
Hazel: To kid em along.
Mildred: To throw light on the subject.
A Dorm Lights
At night the windowsquares gleam out
A hundred beacons of prison light'
Within the intellectual slaves
Their books o'er come with surest might.
Oh, yes, the girls all study hard, V
They go to bed with aches and sighs,
And in the dawn get up again
To study and cram before sunrise.
Anatomy or enthropotomy studied in German Class
Miss Kittel: "Where are the zahne fteethj found?" 7
Bernard Hanson: uThe zehen ftoesj are found in the mouth."
Miss Kittel: "With what do we sagen ftalkl 25"
Victor Davidson: "We sehen fseej with our tongue, teeth and lips."
Does Mr. Eilfenbcrry like Bobbed Hair?
At the close of the fall quarter Rose Wolf asked for her gram-
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Mr. Eikenberry: "Well, I had planned to pass you, but since you
are so good looking with your hair bobbed, I think I shall Hunk you so
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Hall of Fame
Dorm Vamp-Carrie S
Best fusser Joy M
Biggest feet Ruth S
Best subject for Cupid Lou M
Best bluffer Maud B
Best actress-Sadie S
Champion gum chewer Bessie P
Biggest movie fiends Helen and Gladys
Smartest Knut Sue E.
Best dancer Ellen S
Biggest flirt Hazel S
Dorm comedian Emma R
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0 Things We Vlfill Remember .
The day Ede sprained her ankle.
Julia bobbing her hair. -
' Our "midnight" luncheons.
The night A1 found a mouse bunking with her.
E.va's first and last hilge.
The Thursday we cut Chapel.
' Trying to knock the chip off Agnes' shoulder.
The night Eva's friends came from Fargo.
OUR SECRET AMBITIONS
X, Ella-To do something worth while.
' Ede-To dye her hair.
Eva-To marry a millionaire minister.
' Agnes-To get out of washing her neck.
Gerry-To vamp the training school shiek.
Eleanore-To grow tall. ,
Elda-To run a car. -
Al-To learn how to say pu! fshe says pity.
Alice-To be a minikan. H
' - julia-How Rudolph slicks his hair. '
Nellie-A way to reduce without dieting. -
Alice-An escort to the movies. '
Julia-More dry humor.
Gerry-A lot of admirers.
Eleanore-A few thrills. '
Ella-A clock with an alarm.
There are just twelve of us, including Miss Dynes, our faithful I
advisor. Perhaps you wonder why you've heard no ill reports of us,
why no delinquents have come our way. ls it due to our stern chaperone? -
I Indeed not! You who know Miss Dynes less admire her, but we adore
0 her and what won't you do for one you love-one who truly under- '
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When he Ivas a 'Freshman he wrote:
I have been here for three days now. This is a very large school.
There are so many rooms that I get lost four or hve times every day.
They have a Lost and Found Department, though, so it doesn't matter.
The boys laugh at me because my hair is so short. They all wear
theirs very long and it is the girls who have theirs cut short. Do you
suppose mine would grow faster if I'd rub the back of my head every
night with vaseline? Maybefit would get long enough so that grandma
could bob it when I come home for Christmas.
Yesterday I was supposed to go to grammar class, but I went in
the wrong door. I never was in such a terrible place in all my life.
There were thousands of snakes in jars-all sizes from angleworms to
boa-constrictors. There were terrible animals, too-wild cats, porcu-
pines, eagles, squirrels, and everything. I was awfully afraid and I
thought I was going to faint, but a little girl with curly hair came and
she said, "Was there something you wanted?" I said, "I want to get
out of hereln So she showed me where the door was and I ran out as
fast as I could. In the hall there was a funny rack with some letters
stuck in it. I wondered if there might be one for me so I looked at them
all, but I didnt find any with my name. I had just finished when a big
man came and said "Hello" to me. He said it so loudly that I was
afraid again and went very fast down the hall.
I can't write any more today, mamma, because I must study. Give
my love to papa and sister. Don't forget to feed Fido, and take good
care of him.
Love from your little,
This year he rs a Sophomore and writes
Please send me a check for fifty dollars I ve got to have it right
away Regards to the family
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'This is Leap Year, so Watch CupiJ's Capers
Like it is supposed to happen every four years according to the
Golden calendar, l924 is Leap Year. Watch your step, bachelors, near
bachelors, and beau brummels. Society is all buzzed up over marriage
of a 50-year-old widow to a I6-year-old veteran of Boy Scouts. They
accuse her of taking undue advantage and hunting out of season and lots
of them are plenty sore. Why shouldn't young men prefer to be old
ladies' cashiers than young women's paying tellers. Anyway, they're
married, and happy, she's happy. And he's married.
If some girls think it is better to be old men's darlings than snappy
young men's slaves, the rule should tour both ways. This year it is up
to the girls to call and the boys to be out as you like it.
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Miss Amidon fin chapeljz "Sing-oh, where are the altos-I
never hear but two altos." '
Mr. Koencke fto group seated around himl: "My goodness,
woman, you' only have two ears!"
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Sl1e's Done the Best-Will she Prosper?
She has taken dad's necktie and robbed brother of his hat. Cuff-
links have vanished: cigarettes have followed suit. The lumberjack shirt
is hers, by now, the gauntlets, sweater too. Knickers are acquired and
everything that's new.
She smokesg she swears: and swaggers with a cane. She has
bobbed her hair, then shingled it again.
She's gone so farg will she give you a ring-in 1924?
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Professor Kjerstacl: "Swede, why are you looking at your watch
Swede: "I was afraid that you would not have time to finish your
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FAVORITE BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
The Youth s Companion
The Crimson Sweater
Through the Looking Glass
Arts and Decoration
The Gentleman from
The Little Minister
Review of RCVICWS
What Would Happen3
If both Ediths became less noisy during study.
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If Dorothy stopped giggling.
If Stella lost her gloves.
If Irene's hair forgot to curl.
If Kenocke didn't come on Sunday night.
If Ruth suddenly stopped growing.
If Irma Nageli didn't recite in class.
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If Blanche didn't get a letter.
If Beatrice and Dolores got a "H" in Psychology.
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FAMILIAR SAYING-S AT PARK AVENUE COTTAGE
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Mary Alford: "Well, you're the limit!"
Lois Walter: "I wish I was thru studying."
Edythe Hall: "Well as far as that's concerned-" A
Gudrum Nelson: "Here she comes, girls."
Mabel Grebe: "Who told you so?"
I Ida Amoth: "How then?"
Luella Conner: "Rex says-"
Margaret Upham: "The question for debate is-Resolved--"
Blanche Conner: "I'm going to read only one more chapter befor
Martha Rogness: "Kids, this is really a true story." A
Phyllis Leonard: '.'I saw a man down town to-day."
I Mary Miller: "Did he have black hair and a black mustache?"
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Actually Artistic Luclle Tewksbur
Bashful Bobby lletta Holman
Clever Character Vida Thompson
Dalnty Dancer Louise Benn
Earnest Educator Ruby ohnson
Forever Fatrgued Myla Atkln
Good Glrl Margaret Searles
Home Helper Marian Frost
Industrious Individual Lulu Krogsgaard
Keen Kemist Edith Switzer
Lovable Lassie-Mary Schlagel
Musical Marvel Mathllda Bertelson
Never Noisy Lucile Trask
Often Oratmg Marie Sorenson
Plump Peggy Margaret Parker
uiet Quarters Episcopal Hall
Roguish Rambler Edith Rembolt
Seldom Serious Bessie Pa e
Terribly Talkative Beatrice Olson
Usually Useful Amy Malakowski
Very Vivacious uanlta Beggs
Waltzlng Woman Daisy Plthey
EPISCOPAL HALL QUERIES
What would happen if-
. Bee and Myla couldnt spoon?
Ruby didnt worry about teachin ?
Lulu failed to study?
Edith R. didnt have a book report to finish?
Amy failed to mention psychology? .
Bessie and Nita stopped giggling during prayer?
Mary couldn t wrinkle her no.e when she laughed ?
Marie didnt have a story to tell us?
Vida could leep as long as she wished?
' Marian couldnt get a position?
Daisy couldnt dance?
Lillian couldnt smile?
Margaret Parker should begin working?
'Iletta couldn't come up-stairs repeatedly?
I Edith Switzer didn't get the letter every day?
Lucile Trask could dress her hair to suit herself?
Margaret Searles couldn't think of any jokes?
, Mathilda couldn't see Mary Lou during vacations? '
Lucile Tewksbury didn't find her man? n
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. Crush: Puppy love gone to seed. '
Dad: A male relative used for financial purposes.
Exam: A state of temporary bliss.
Fact: Everything Eikenberry says.
Flunk: A psychological condition produced by an exam.
Grin: A slit extending from ear to ear.
Humor: A species of a joke varying with age.
Kiss: An elliptical nothingness divided by two.
Love: Grand finale of a crush.
Library: A place where young people are properly chaperoned.
Mail: Vvhat girls eagerly expect.
Male: What they don't get at S. T. C.
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Opal: Wouldn't that be dumb?
Bessie:AI'll chew his ear off.
Sadie: Oh K-I-D-S!
Adeline: Oh! Iroyle!
Hazel L: Oh girls! I got an H.
I Lois: Honestly!
Ellen: Isn't that a crime?
Ruth: For 1ohn's sake.
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Favorite Expressions of the Faculty Members
I M. McCallister: "All right, let's try again."
Mrs. Patton: "All things being equal."
Miss McCarthy: "Goocl!"
I Mr. Eikenberry: "A swift stream carries much sediment."
"Well, we must hasten on."
Miss Flinn: "Prove your point."
Mr. Meyer: "Sure's shootin'!"
I Miss Riordan: "As I said before."
Miss Van Middlesworth: "Yes-and-"
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Alta: "Do you like cold weather, Bert?" '
I Bert: "Well, I don't like it too cold, and I don't like it too hot, but I
suppose we've got to have weather."
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HOLIDAY QPIRIT PERISI-IES AT HANDS OP SPOOK OF
The Holiday Sprrrt is dead He suffered a horrible end when he
fell into the clutches of the Sprrrt of Education lying rn wart on the
campus yesterday morning
Late the night before last upon returning from hrs sojourn he
was seen enJoy1ng the very be t of health frolrckrng and rollicking every
where But on toward mrlnr ht while dragging out some long forgotten
books he uffered a udden farntrn spell whrch was not however
thought to be serrous at the time But early yesterday morning he suf
fered a collapse which almost proved fatal School spirit came to hrs
ard and they rallied on the campus to ether It was not untrl then that
the invalid realized the true character of his companion. But recogni
tion of the co-partner of his foe came too late for before he could
defend himself the Spirit of Education 'had leaped from hiding and
strangled him. D
The loss will be felt far and wide for he was a jolly ood fellow
and a friend to all-very different from the brother of these other two
who will take his place the Spirit of Study. It has been rumored that
immediate acquaintance makes him far lcss fearful and tyrannical. , H
may be met at the library and morning noon or ni ht or any quiet even-
ing at home.
After Christmas the tragedy above took place.
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' THE QUANDRENNIAL '
The Ninth Quadriennial International Student Volunteer Convention was held at
Indianapolis Indiana from December twenty-ei hth ninteen thenty-three t anuary
second ninteen twenty-four.
The purpose of the convention was to lead students to realize the needs and
possibilities of the present world situation' to direct Christian students to their responsibility
in the light of that situation' and to consider Christ and his ways of life as the hope of
It decided the needs of the world in this generation and considered ways in which
these needs might be met. The wa-tchword of the Student Volunteer Movement is The
Evangelization of the World in this Generation.
The representatives of S. T. C. left Valley City on the morning of December
twenty-seventh. At Minneapolis they united with representatives from other colleges in
North Dakota to form the larger unit known as the North Dakota delegation. From
Minneapolis to Indianapolis the delegations traveled by special tram
Travelling was a pleasure Absolute freedom on the special trams was conducive
to group singing and college yelling and the forming of new acquaintances and friendships
The opemn day of the convention saw at Indianapolis approximately six thousand
curious and enthusiastic students from a thousand educational institutions in the United
States and Canada They represented all types and races apanese Chinese Hindus
Negroes in short students pf all nations tallied together as friends and ln a common
tongue It was a line example of the reality of the brotherhood of man
To see them to hear t em and to feel their wonderful enthusiasm was a great ln
sprration for they were real red blooded students full of life and vigor and yet really
interested whole heartedly ln Christian work
During the five day session of the convention sixteen meetings were held eleven
of which convened in Cadle Tabernacle The others consisting of group meetings were
apportioned among the various churches and Shortndge High School
We shall long remember Cadle Tabernacle for it was there we had the privilege
of listening to such men as ohn R Mott Sherwood Eddy Robert lf. Speer and Cannon
Edward S Woods
Enthusiastic discussion groups evinced an active interest in securing the world against
future wars and in endeavonn to bring about a feeling of brotherhood between all races
Many delegates to Indianapolis went there under extremely adverse conditions This
fact is only one among many that are indicative of the vast influence that the Student
Volunteer Movement plays upon student life
CERTRUDE BALE BERNHARD j STRAND
BERNICE R BOYER LUCILLE M TEWKSBERRY
D AVERILL BURLUM HARVEY E TOMLINSON
MISS C A PROCTOR Delegate
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SHEY ENNE CURGLES
"1 cllaller, chatter, as I flow."
Topic of the Week:
Out Where the West Begins.
35 -1 SF
Paving its streets,
Bobbing its hair,
Equipping a tourists' camp,
Organizing Community, Rotary, and Kiwanis
Entertaining at Mah Jong
Aflcr doing all this-
We thought that our town was up-to-date!
But, in the year of our Lord, 1924 faccording
to the Saturday Blade, Chicagol, a pack of three
hundred hungry timber wolves swept through
Main Street, four nice quiet Main Streetj, with
the fury of a cyclone.
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We are especially impressed with the "flimsy
cabins," and the "sod and frame houses" into
which we scurried before the onslaught.
To the Kiwanians much credit is due for their
keen foresight, last summer, evidenced in the con-
struction of a stoutly built hut. More of these
refuges should be provided thruout the city e'er
the Saugeen Mountains again emit a band of
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No candidate for mayor of Valley City should
consider his platform complete without this plank:
"All wolves shall be permanently retired to
the Saugeen Mountains."
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A NOTE OF THANKS
Valley City has been the recipient of many
letters of condolence since her recent tragedy was
exploited by the Saturday Blade. This kindly
sympathy and offers of assistance are greatly ap-
preciated. Many North Dakota towns are Mes-
pecially anxious to assist, since several of their
citizens spend nine months of thc year in Valley
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A NOTE OF EXPLANATION
After reading of the interesting mountain range
"to the West of Valley City," the casual observer
might wonder why we indulge in hiking, skiing,
and golfing, but never in mountain climbing, This
abstinence may probably be accounted for by
again referring to the Bladeg the Saugeens are
honeycombed and wolf-infested.
We are living in a wonderful section of the
country, according to Chicago newzpaper accounts
The following is taken from "A Line O' Type
or Two," in the Chicago Daily Tribune:
"OUT XVI-IERE. THE WEST BEGINS"
By Snowshoe Al.
The town ub Roarin' Hell Gultch seemed ter
quiver at the sound uv revolver shots frum within
2 fingered Casey's ice l-:reem parler, an' a mo-
ment later Wyoming Willie stept out uv the
frunt door with a smolcin' revolver in each hand.
"Dammit," he howled, "when I order a chokolate
sody I dont want sarsaparillyl l hate sarsapar-
illy!" Reachin' inter his hip pockit, he drew
forth a plug uv Peter's Milk Cliolcolate an' bit
oft a fasefull, then seatin' hisself on the porch
he proceeded ter cut I7 more notches on his
"Wasa matter?" sed sheriff Jim Anderson, as
he peered forth frum the Y M C A readinh room
across the street. "Oh, nutin' much," sed Wy-
oming lvlvillie, as he spat casually at a horned
toad fall western stories have gotta have that in
'emJ, "l only lcil! Casey, 3 swecles, 5 greasers,
an' 3 chinlcsf' "Oh," sed the sherrif, as he shut
the window agen, 'il thot it wuz somethin' ser-
just then 2 indians breezed by. 'il-ley," sed
Wyoming, "does you 2 cigar-signs wanta play a
frendly 3 cornered game uv mah jung?" "Ugl1!"
sed one uv them, as they stopt, "mah jung heep
big cake-eater game. Me an' my frend cheef
Yellow-Streelc, we play mah jung bimeby now
we playum golf." "You an' yer frend are heep
big stitfs," said W. Willie, as he tore open a box
uv ltrackerjaclc an' searched thru it fer the prize.
The prize wuz a tin wissle. "Oh, goody, goody!"
sed W. Willie gazing joyfully at it. Then empty-
ing the box uv lcraclccrjacl: into his fase he. started
down the street.
The sun wuz slowly sinlcin' behind the Alle-
ghany mountings tha afternoon, wen the sound
uv runnin' feet an' excited voices reeched the
ears uv sherrif Jim Anderson. Layin' aside his
copy uv Omar Kiam, he stuck his hed out of the
window an' saw a eaisighted mob carrying a man
cn a board and the man wuz shrieking awllul
shrielcs of agony, human suffering and murder.
"Wot's it all about?" sez the sherrif. "lt's
Wyomin' Willie," sed one uv the exsighted mob,
"he's jest fell often a horse on the merry-go-round
an' dislocated his humbf' "That's tuff," sed the
sherrif, shakin' his hed sadly, "them merry-go-
rounds is dangerous things."
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Alma Mater, staunch and true,
With our banner red and blue,
3' May the years that pass away
Show our loyalty.
- May our lives forever prove
All our gratitude and love.
Let us pledge our faith alway
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Alma Mater, Alma Mater,
Broad as the rolling prairies,
Deep as the heavens blue
1 Are the hopes and aspirations held for you.
May every son and daughter
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Alma Mater, S. T. C.
May the years that pass away show our loyalty.
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TOILET ARTICLES STATIONERY L
PATENT NIEDICINES SCHOOL SUPPLIES I
RUBBER GOODS KODAKS and SUPPLIES T
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Attention Valley City, fvorlh Dakota. batisiaetion I
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Special Reduced Prices to Students
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Physician and Surgeon Jeweler
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HOITIC 366 Valley City, North Dakota
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other side-step by st, slowl , carefully, surely. he same stepping stones are ' 91 f
at our feet in the tur of li and not one should be missed or V - e i A , 1
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and using the difference as a stepping stone-creates faith, confidence and character ' ' and eventually places us upon a solid financial and social foundation. hw . '
W stone of S5 .00 safely saved each month under our plan matures
to fi 0 . in a few years. 57,50 each month-Sl5.00.00g 510.00 each dd ' ' Zi
month--52000005 3525.00 each month- S5000.00, and other amounts in pro- 5, -SL
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FIDELITY BUILDING AND LOAN A. SWIATEON - I -5 ' 4
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