Virginia High School - Star Of The North Yearbook (Virginia, MN)

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A f f g' 41l.N1iI1NCS 1 CONTENTS Ac1m1mstrat1on Classes Athleucs School L1fe Activities 1 W X sk , 1 N , 1 '- h FOREWORD THE ntsronr of the als covery and development of the Mesaba lron Range 15 Minnesota lnstory Tluere fore We have planned our book around tlue Great Mesab1 Adventure H al . N w -l 1 1 ' - 1 1 l X, l O I 'X tlhe most romantic of all l , . 1 A '- 66 ' N X H DEDlCATlON llN MEMURY of the stur dy proneers, explorers, and dlmscoverers of the rron range tlue development ol 1ts re sourees, made our present free text laooli system possr ble, we cledlrcate tlns book l r 4 l X: , - 1 ' v Whose uneeasing ellorts in X : X , 1 xk Y , l X X t x lr 4 N ,ss Y X ' . xx5tdT Of the lN01l'1Ul1W L',.I.'.M'..."W""-T:--..--.-WW .Fil ji!!! LL., -ze... ww 119540 . an 'I Our Old Home WSTLGLIL' Of the 1N0Jl'1Ul'L0 Uur New Home 119540 WW I E - 5 5 , A F H----------H-W--HM-' WW 'S W? 'RIM W 55 4 ,if ff A M ,II H- J. F. ADMINISTRATION .M,-.,.,..,7W:-..,.b---..,-,,,i...L'Q,.H.,A, B ,...x2., 1 A V In -- f - "1T'g?T" - -HQ -Q ' ,. ev , If ' 5 n 'J ' -, Aj., ,L " gf Mfg ' , I I. ,U ff A h 1 2.3-2 I 4 H 4-n M' " if I i , , 455- Y nu, Q X . fir- fi g ' Twf I ' A A 3 ' '5 ' - :I '5 " l '. MIHI Q rig? Qvfyi H f efx wg 5 V j I . b . ,tx N xt' inf, Ant K P I V - Q- iv - , I SY gl . 3 -da 1" ,H I N 'IL ,553-lf, Isla age-H - fill, , jg 1 N I 'W km, I :f -1. K A A1 L- 1 ' 5. , N IJ 'tg' E 'K Q lx ' S5 'A S, I' ... ,.5,.-.Q QIJ, A ,ui I Qu -,. - .. A yn-, I W " ' -T3 K' AA In I itil ' A W ,I, ,QQ 1 W T-ffnwz L DAYID 'I ADAMS The Hlstorxf of the Mesabl Range HENT the lxolthxxeet tQllltOlY xxas H1 st tolmed the Lnlted States gox emment xx ab not unxxale ot' the potentlal mlnelal wealth IH Nloltheln Mlnnesota Sexelal 6Xpl0lIY1g' e-Xpedltlone had been sent to the Mesaln non lange but none ot these expedltlons xxele fully sueeesstul In 1886 Daxxd 'I' Adams xxas looklng up DIOQIJLLTS tm Mxels Blothels a Duluth leal estate film H12 attention xxas then attlaeted bx llagments ot quartL and elean PIECES ot hematlte me stlexxn OYQI the surface He Kpent some tlme hematlte founatlon ln the footlands along the slope ot the Mesabl Hewhts and It xxae then that he 101 med the theory that the duft ole found ln the loxxlands dld not Come f1o1n the summlt ot the Helghts but flom an lron fOlh13.t10Y1 under the sultane ot the lowlands Adams made txxo tups to the xxesteln end of the Mesaln R 1ng.,e ln 1886 Dullng hls fllst tllp he found a ledge of quartz md non bedded on xx hat IS lxnoxxn xs the Pokegama qua1 tl and dulmg his seeond tmp he tlaeed out the range io that he could publlsh a map ' VVhen Lompleted the map xx as elude but c nmmendablx 4 xaet bhoxxmg the t1CI'lCl oi the lange and the nolthxxestezn hound:-ny ft the one lweallng Lone leeulately ' Y 1 . . Y - - - -. v v w 1 ' . V ' f v . v fw y . A A ' v v 4 ' A 1 - ' v ' L - . Av -I 1 . ' y U . . 5.5. ' b 44 ,' I L. - B- ' - L , . ' . y .S . . . . , - . ' . , ' .1 . - . V ' . , 1 ' , , . . - L . V f . ' . - ' ' . , . , V . 1 . . Y' Y ' exploring the country as far as the magnetic cropping, and as far southwest as the . ' . . U 5 . . .6 L 9 . -I 'yu 'Lf v' 4 4 K 1 C . rl 2 ' . , v 'If r w 2 lv 1 , , . xy . .' 'S . , . .' . . , -, L . ' 9 , , . . . .1 , , . , - v' . , - , - V -- y , . ' . , . v . . Y . , ' . ,- .' . 2 - a - - . .m"'AS1La,11' Of U1 INOIPIUILI .............. I 5 f ' Left to Right: Mathew E. Matson, H. B. Ewens, Murdoch McDonald, Inga Reinertson, J. H. Hanson. I h C. Brandt, W. G. Bok-om, J. A. Johnson, J. Iver Frasa. O O 0 O I A ' -. , ' . . . , . . . , ' u - ' 47 we Independent School D1Stf1Ct of V1rg1n1a BOARD ORGANIZATION J H Hanbon Chauman Muldoch McDonald Clerk H B Ewens Tleasurer we 11950 W ' mWmW?.l5tar ofthe 1No1r Ih' ........... W G BOLCOM Mr Bolcom has beer' Superlntendent of the Vlfglnla schools for several years and we know that when he leaves we shall feel the gap he w1ll be leavlng 1n our school system of hls leadershlp IH our school Slnce Mr Bolcom has been here our school has greatly lmproved and IS somethlng we can all be proud of Mr Bolcom IS leavlng us thls year so we vush to thank hlm for all the work he has completed for ou1 benefit 1930 ww . A . . . . , We do not come in contact with Mr. Bolcom every day, but we are always aware . . . . . . , . . . . Y Y. . ..,,"1,..m"W',..r..WW51Le1L11' Of U16 lNo1r lhf ..,4........... E H BOSSHARDT To ou1 Punclpal M1 Bossha1dt, we owe ou1 gxeatest appleclatlon for the sp111t of coope1at1on he has awakened vuthln us Hls fine example xn leade1sh1p has spuued many of our students to seek hxghe1 xcleals The keen mterest M1 Bosshaldt shows ln ou1 student body IS enough to xnspne thlng new to keep ou1 1nte1est m school actlvltles We feel that M1 Bosshazdt has been wely successful ln handlmg the students and vue shall mlss h1s Lhee13 good molnxng and pleasant mfluence W1 IIQVQ Wall l every student. He is always finding new schemes for the students to try--always some- al u v . ' ' , Y ' ' , , , as i - n ' ,. ll5ldll' Of the lNoJr lhf ,............. MISS LORENA MACFARLANE Mlss Macfarlane for several years vs as Dean of Women but now she IS the Dean of Students She IS the advlser the helper of every Senlor hlgh school student When one ls on the verge of the danger polnt she IS the first to warn h1m and help hlm regam hlS footlng Our out of town students have very much to thank our Dean for as she acts as a mlsslonary m thelr behalf and fmds them homes and posltlons so that they may con tmue thelr schoohng We heartlly appreclate all Mlss Macfarlane has done for us and we hope other classes Wlll derlve as much from her guldance as we have 11930 WASILGL11' Of U1 lNo1r1Lll1W Hmm Courses of Study Thu: a1e txxo gonel al Coumes of studx oftelcd IH the V11:1n1a sen1o1 h10'h school 'lhu up the xocatmnal and acadcnnn 1ou1 es A QtLlllLl1l. th It g1arlu'1te flOlU the lf3.ClKl11lL COUISC 15 qual1f1cd to QHtCl the Unn 9I9ltV of Mlnnwota As the 1equ11en1entQ of Lollgggs d1lTL1 the fitudent 'should tmcl out the IQQUIIOITICTKS of the college xx h1Ch he IQ plannmgz to .Attend and then sclcct h1s subjccto acLo1d1ngly A g1acluate of thc xocatlondl CUUISL Ib not QU3lIf'lLfl to attend the Lnnuslty of Mmntsota Tvmlxc CLINOI hlgh school Llf,IlltQ au IQQLIIIQII fo1 '1cln11QS1on to the IJHINIISIIV ot IVIITIIICSOLA Nmc of those muot lm acficlunlc CIiflItS All students muot mount tm Ll llI1'1l,l0ll F11g,l1sh 4 5 6 1 L1ul1t fo1 Qclnnce ont halt uecllt 1n Umtul qtatcs l1lStOlW SCHIOI h1gh school .110 Enghsh 4 Englmh 5 En l1Qh 6 Plano GCOIIILUV Hlghu Algelna. Qolld Lfoometu Iatm I Cac Q31 CIQQIO Vllgll F ench I F1 nch II Botany Phy s1og1.1phy C eologv Phx mm Cl1e1111st1 v Gene-1al Hlotou Modun I'IISt0IX Souologv Umted Qtates H1Sto1y -Xmeucan l1OXCII1lNt,Y1t Con1n1e1c1al Ceogn aphv Econonncs HlSt0IV of Co111n1e1ce Enghsh HIStOIX Blologv The Qubwats 101 the XOC3tl0II3l Qou1se .119 the same as I01 the academlc COUISQ except that .1 student needs but elght Sen1o1 h1gh school acadennc c1ed1tb 1f he ha two 111nth ,Qg1acle academlc Llflillti 111 the Jun1o1 hlgh school The xocat1onal Qubgecti a1e Y on'1t1o11al Qulnecto Bow D1 attmg D1 aftlng D1 attlng D1att1ng Vlloorlxx O1 Vlloodvs Ol 'NI.1ch1ne Machmg Mag h1ne B A lx IB k IA Shop Qhop Qhop I I IB Xoca 1l1e55n1ak1ng IB IJl63SSlTldlxlHg, C uokmg Coolxlng IA Machme Shop IIA AlltOH10l71l6 IB 'XIltOl'll0l1ll6 IA -Xl.lt0lUOl7IlQ IIB P11nt1ng IB Plllltlllg, IA P11nt1ng IIB -Xg11cultu1L I t1onal bubjecte Guls Iumh Room Man.1gemLnt Elen1cnta1y D1Cl,LtILS Photog1 aphy II 11950 . T-T.: 1 6 1 ' 1 B 1 Y 2 'A 1 Y e l 4 1 4 1 l 4 1 -S Q. L 3 2 . K - 1 1 if ' 3- i 1 ' - ' 1 J 3 v l V , , , . 'V ' 1 x U-3 1, -L K1 .11 A ad r ' I A u 4 3 y 4 ' 1 1 1.1 1 'w ' 'J 3 , V ' 7 I u ' v ' 3 . ,, ,!Lg,' . ' K-. 5-,'k .X . '. ' .K 'KL' 'vxxf' ' l 1, I I I 1 b L 1 , X I J .f I 'A I sl L' 1 ' K ' L A I ' Va .' :1f': ,.,, H, 1 " '1 ' 1, and one-hall' credit in American GOV0l'Ill1lQYlt. Among the acaclelnic subjects of the fr ' ' ' S' ' ',: '. Z I gr '. ' 3. ' f. 1 J ' I . ' ' A. ., V. 'L ., L ' '1 -1 14 'S -v -A ' I in I 1 1, ' ' I .1 '. X ' !'a 1 A :hx VY v v , '.,,.' I, ' 5 i , .4 1' , '2 M I' . ' . 7 ' . - . . ' . . ' - , -' 1 I ' A ' ' v I ml l 1 a 4 . '4 . S v- ' - '1 1- ' ' ' . ' . 7 . ' L ' L ' it ' L -1' . k J vm . . . IB , . i . i IA . " ' ' II . ' " ' ' II 1 ' 1 I " 'I h r - " ' 1' A b A . B I. . . . ' i K A A ., ' ' ' . I I -1ff ' 4 - 4 1 1 . . V' , IA , . ' 1 ' . ' ,f IB ' , ,. J Xomtlonnl qulmiects Boxs and Irlll5 Public Npc mixing Uebitc Iouinalism Alt IB Alt IA Mt IIB Alt IIA Bookkeeping Qhoithqnd I Shoithand II 'I yDYXl1tlY'lf., I Typwuitlng II Glee Club Band 'ixsimming Gvmnaeium Bookkeeping II Senior Em ollmcnt October Em ollincnt Octobei Fm ollment Octobei High School Statistics 1 1f 27 1 11 8 1 11 9 Out of Town Studentb 1927 1928 Out of Town Qtudcnts 19281929 Nlumbci oi lclchczs 19271928 Ful 'linic 22 Pait IIIIIL 6 6417 Niumbei oi Tefichexs 1928 1929 Iull Time 2-1 Pait Time INumbe1 of Teacheis 1929 1930 Full Time 74 Pait Time C iaclu ltes 1921 fraduatcs 1928 Vraduatcs 022 . . f Modern History the only new course added to curriculum. Pci' pupil cost yearly S12-30.50. Iinprovcments - A new building Roosexclt High School. 11950 I 'WM11StaLr Of the 1Nfo1r1L1l1W ,..,LM-ML-1-:--.,,,....:....A"D ' I - ' , J' , .. 74 ' 1 - - , J2 , .. ,. , 'F , ' - -- , 32. ,. ., . 681 .' ", .' - ' , . I 70 . 1 , .L - ... 77 1 -' .- 1" fu, - xzzz I ' ' f- ', ,- .' V ' L, - ' 24 ' ' f -, . - I ' L., ' ' 23 5- 1 , .W , I 181 5 1, H 180 , 1, 1 9 1.31 llS1Laur Of U16 lNo1r lhf Semor H1gh School Faculty AMBROSE RUTH Biology Botony BARROWS VERA Bxolozy ISOARDMAN H M Boys Swlmmlng 'BUNTROCK W F Forge Foundry CURRY ANNA M Type Shorthand DUNN DOROTHY B Englxsh 5 'EIDE O J Physics FLAGG C A Drafting PULTON WM H Auto Repalr GULBRANDSON BESSIF Fngllsh 5A 6A HEALY JEAN M Glrls SXVlh'lh'lIHg HENNING RUTH Geometry Solld Geometry JOHNSON GLADYS M Cooking Lunchroom Management JORGENSON VICTOR Electr1c1ty KNICKERBOCKER FAITH French LAMPE J A ECOTIOIYIICS Hlstory of Commerce General Hxstory CIVICS LFMSTROM AMMY Fngllsh 4 LLYDEN RALPH C Publlc Speaking Soclology 'LOMEN VIVIAN Physical Educatlon Coachlng McCULLOUC'H RHODA Latln C1cero Vxrgxl McILVENNA O J U S Hxstory and Civics 12nd Semesterl MALONE VERNON Band and Orchestra 'MAN GERTRUDE Photography MARKUS LEOLA L Geometry MICHELS L L Physical LdUCRll0H Coaching MILLER NORMA C Engllsh 4 and Journalism MUFLLER ELMER A Prmtm 'NFLSON NLLS L A nculture OGRFN STELLA Encllsh 5 Engllsh 4 'Olson Neewman Scclology OMAN E A Chemlstry Physlcs Geolohy OMAN MRS E A Clvlcs U S Hlstory 12nd Semestery PETERSON NORA Sewing Physxography PIKE W A Bookkeepmg 'POTTSMITH R A Woodwork RAPS CONRAD Physxcs RUTHVEN BEATRICE General History Modern History Enprhsh HISIOTY SMITH C O Stu-ly Hall SMITH THERESSA Typewrltmg Shorthand 'STOCK ARTHUR Physical Educatlon Coach mg SWEDBERG HULDA C Physical Education TUTTI6E DONALD C Boys and Glrls Glee lub WHITTEN WFNONAH Art WEST AGNES Geometry Shorthand Commer clal Geography WICK S K Machlne Shop 'WIFLAND H J Wood Turnmg 'Junior Hugh School teachers teachlng one or more classes ln the Semor Hugh School we 1950 ww . . Higher Algebra ' K ' RUNNELS, HAZEL-English 6 ,,.,.m""".".,:'.?.,,,llSll,a11' Of the lNoJrlLlhW ,............. MISS BESSIE GULBRANDSON MISS HAZEL RUNNELS Appreciation We the classes of 1930 wish to take this opportunity to express our appreciation an sincere gratitude to Miss Bessie Gulbrandson and to Miss Hazel Runnels for the services they have so cheerfully and willing rendered to us It lS through their genuine efforts and skillful guidance that we have found our tasks to be extremely pleasant and activities Through our associations with our advisers we have found them to be that which we value above all else understanding and loyal friends d 4 , I v n, Q s less difficult. They have been ready at all times to plan and assist us in our class m'1W.mW",lStar Ofih lNo1r lhf ,............. NORMA c MILLER ELMER A MUELLER WENONAH WHITTEN Appreclatlon We wish to expless our 3pp1eC12t1Ol'1 and thanks to these mstiuctors who have so diligently woiked with us to make this annual a book of beauty and value To MISS Norma C Mlller our class advisor we extend our most slnceie thanks It is due to her supervision that it has been posslble to make this yea1book a success The credit for the skillful printing ln this book goes to Mr E A Mueller and the boys ln the printshop Mr Mueller has always been prompt and willing to do the tasks asked of him and we have greatly enjoyed working with him The attractive designs which have helped so much in making oui book a beautlful annual weie made under the supervlsion of Miss Wenonah Whitten art instructor We llQl0 WW l e f ' l . I . y . , . i Q It has been a pleasure to have this cheerful, inspiring person as our leader. y N . . . . , . ' ,,..m"""'..",,1".:'AlSll,aL11' Of U16 lNOll?tll'LW mm. EDWARD W HITCHCOCK ilu illllrmnrlam The noblest COIltllbl.ltl0T1 vxhxch any man can make fox the benefit of posteuty IS that of a good character The rlchest bequest wshlch any man can leave to the youth of h1s natlve land IS that of a shmmg example R C Wmthrop We feel zlch ln the bequest to youth of the example of the chalactel of Edward Hltchcock Aslde from materlal achlevement we value the mfluence of hxs splendld chalactel We Joyfully antlclpated comlng under the supervlslon of thls bluff hearty good natuled man Our Joy at reachmg Senxor hlgh school was tempexed wlth regret at belng partlallv detached from the clrcle of h1s frlendshlp fox to each of us he offered not only the counsel of the supervlsol but the hearty comradeshlp of the fl lend A wmnxng sense of humor took the edge from h1s characterlstlc brusqeness of manner We feel that our soxrow because of h1s death should be balanced by the Joy of having' known a man of mare character and personallty Zelma Mam 11950 rw w n . 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Alu fHPlllllI'IZli1I xxltll the passlng of I+ W Ihtchtoek we haxe lost not lII9l6lX a p11nce .nnong DIIUKIPBIS and men of autho11tv but alfio a tonnade and a loxmg flleflfl He was .1 man, 1xho111 once haxmg lnoun, vou could neve1 f01get He was Quch a 5:1 uff UIIKIPI Sldlllllllg' D6li0I'1dg'Q, and vct 111th 'Ill h1's UTllC'stli1lI'1t, thele vs as a feelmg of lllgfllfb .ind .1utho11tv 1xh1ch vse felt 1ad1ate f1o111 th1s l11ndlv man He was a man Vou felt vou knevu and undemtood but .1fte1 l111oxn1ng h1111 and 1nt1n1atelv assoclatlnfz 111th H1111 1o1 '1 t1111e, vou felt Vou must ultnnattlv love and honol h11n I11 School he was a 111.1n who knexx exe1y student Ol ttache1 who Lama x11th1n h1s sphe1e of dCl1l0lI Vllhen a Student was sent to hls oflue lOl d1sc1pl1na1v pulpoees, he telt su1e that hc would be fanly t1eated He handled h1m alte1natel1, ae he sam fit 111th stunt .1utho11tx Ol 111th Qhee1ful DCI Suasneness He uae a man who OXQI looked t11x1.-11 llNltlCI'ltS XVl"llLh some ale lllillllfdll to llldlxfz' 111onu1nental, and he dealt almost entnclv 11po11 pomts of p11nc1ple, ICBSOII, .md DUIIIOSC Ol deslgn Who of us can folget the tnnts 11 hen M1 Hltchtotlx l1u1st 1nto ou1 tl.1sseQ and 1111 1 t1111L D1 oceeded to bleak the L0lIXLlItl0IIdl 1t111osphc1e 11h1ch me of a TILLLNNIIX Asst? c1.1tc w1th .1 class 100111 But th1s onlx sened to he1ghten tht cheeltulness .md 1 x1o1th Illdll and vse shall .alxxaxs 4ht11sh the seeds of f11endsh1p, lox 1lt1 th1e1 iulnt ss, u11de1stand111g, and duotlon 11 huh ht 1111pl.1nted .md eng1.1x td on ou1 ht.11ts llc 11111 :1lvs.1xs 191113111 .1 llvt and x1t.1l IIIIIULIIU. t0Vk.1ltlQ OUI 11 ell hemp: III tht xe.11s to tome Let us hope that vu 111ll do 1ust1ct to the hopee that thls t1ul1 g1e.1t 111.1n had 1111 us lINllVltlUdllN utnnlx s Ol mxse vs e fl co U1 no , I sh 1ll .xlxmi s l0lIll'lDl3Ll h1111 .xs .1 5,514.1 111.111 .md lmuddv who not only t11e1 to descenc o 1111 lux 1 ll 1 cc . lllS 1 Ill 1111 us o IIS .111 pl ll Ill so .11 .1s 1 fowe111em lll l3lll.lXl0l spcuh, .md .1 than mental state ol llllfltl Iohn PLIIX 1930 'Ml X C f N 7. J 'l H . 1 1 f v 1 v 1 v 1' 1 1 . 1. . , l ' e A 1 1' .I , K 1 1 v' .' . 1 L , . . .' v ' Y 1 - ' 1 ' . V' . , 1 1 . . . . 1 . 1 1 1 1 . . 1 .' ' ' . 1 . , 1 , 1 1 y ' 1 1 I , ' 1 lv y v Y 1' ks -A 1 . 1' , . ,' . 1 , L.' . St I 1 LV . , .- . .' .'. 2 ' 1 . 1 . . V . . 1 ' . 2 K. 1 . . ' 1 - 1 . ,l.l.' -. , sk. - .'. 1 ' . 1 , L . . , K. . 1 ' 1 . ..-' 5.5. . 0!Il.llllSl3Sl11, and also to raise the 111o1'ule of every student present. Mr. Hitchcock was I . 1 V . ' 1 K . .1 lx. . 1 1 5. L. .' K ' J: lv, 1 L .- 1 1' 1. . . 1 ' . ' 1 .' . ' 1 1 1 .1 . . . ' ' 1 . . . . 1 A- 1 v 1 1' ' is ' . 1 1 L 'I - 1 1 4' 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' j or coll 1' 'H A: l' ' lf, 'h the' I l ' t s z ' " yr . 1. ' .A . .Ht . . 1, Q ,-1 K., It I. 1.11, lvnt att 11 11-l to 1"1ise me to heigl t, ' att' 1' ide: l'.'l1l ' rl 1llosf 1 hy oi' life ' -A. -f. . -t L. 1 y 1 . .' .Y U. 11. . . 1 1. . A. . ' ' . I FONIIDAQ MFRRITT The Hlstory of the MCSBTBI Range THF MFRRITT BROTHERQ were undoubtedly the fiist ol the exploring expeditions to canv then work to the point whale they had a pit hottomecl m ole Fiom the time Lcomclas Meiritt took up hii first goxelnmcnt claim in 1880 he was all osei this northern countiy till he knew every foot of lt Little by little Lon Meuitt pieced togethei his Mesabi knowledge having alwavs in the back of hm head his fathers surmise that the Jasper peak he saw at Vermillion, ln 1860 xx as the head of a clalm deposlts In 1884 Leomdae Mellitt brought ln speclmeni of lean ole chipped from a ledge of taconlte ln the Vugmia distilct That stienthened the Meliltte in ulth the Wisconsin Minnesota and Pacific ldlllOdll company to exploit the vuhole company Then expelts reported that thele was no ole ln the Mesahl The Muiitts however NVQIL peleiatent and looked 101 non magnetic ole vslth a magnetic needle Their' methods oi explol ation neie clude but out of all eiclpolers they xx e1e the piesage the true worth of this palt of the range R6g3ld1Dg the actual dlseovelx Paldee asselts that John lVIcCask1ll shaleb with the Mcliltte the fame of actual LTISLOXQIQ J T Hale iemembels seeing ole sticking on the IOOIS of an uptulned tiee on the wav to look at Nlcfaslxlll s test pit l r 1 1 X L .J 0 O 4 J sc ' V' ' ' . .' 'i , . ' 7 . . , , y 5 , . D . . . , - , . . . , believing that their father's surmise was correct. "Leonidas Merritt made an agreement 1' , ' 1 . 1' ' . .' ' . -. ' - . . Y . , , , , . , , . . . . , ' . . 1 . - 1 I . V 1 . ' 1. ' , , . .' 1 . . . . . . , 1 Y . , .N' 1 ' . - . ' . - y' , ' , , ' ' 1 ' 7 v . V Y ' r - ' . v - - . , . , , . 1 . 1 ' n ' ' x xv, w n 1 . ' . 1 ' , , - -' ' . ' . v - 1 W ' ul . ,- 1 - - ' H T m.w"""":.I"H...?...B".NSta1l' Ofihe Mor lhf ,.............. Alvm Petexson Presldent Zelma Mam Vlce Presldent Edwm Hakala Treasurer CLASS MOTTO At the f00thlllS clmmbmg CLASS FLOWER Ophella Rose CLASS COLORS Aprlcot and Green X I Bernice ......,.., Secretary l5lLa fthe lNo1r llt' VERNA ALEXANDER A clever llttle curl nlth a sunny smxle and a pleaslng, personality She has added a lot of sunshine to our class RUTH ANDERSON Hae W 3 4 Treasurer 4 I 'xafore 4 Girls Glee Club 3 4 Secretary Treasurer Color Commlttee 4 Entertamment C mmlttee for Prom 3 A contageous lau h and a XVIYIDIIIZ way helps our pretty blonde classmate to make frlends quickly ROSALIE ANDRICK Swlmmmg 3 4 We have not seen much of Rosalie because she spends most of her txme ln the swlmmmz pool And can she swxml PEARL BANKMAN Trl H1 4 Editor ln Chmef of Annual 4 Rxng Commxttee 4 Favor Committee for Prom 3 My Maud on the Bamboo Screen High School Band Junior Orchestra Typlng, Contest 3 Nomlnatlon Committee for Class Officers 4 Salutatorlan Commlttee for School Party 4 Memorlal Committee 4 Natzonal Honor Soce This black haired young: lady has taken an actlve par ln all class actlvxtxes Edxtor m chlef musxclan most popular glrl m class and Salutatorlan Pearl IS a very versatile gurl Her ambxtlon IS to be a great mus1c1an H1Y Class Play 4 Swxmmmg 2 Foot b'x 3 We congratulate you from the bottom of our hearts for the achlevement of your great success graduatmg GLADYS BRUNEAU HaeW Plcnlc Commlttee G adys IS a straightforward glrl always ready to tell what she thmks Her frlends are many and her enemmes few WILLIAM BURGHUR Pmafore 4 Boys Glee Club 4 Motto Com mittee 4 Extemporaneous Speakmg Contes Dont you admire Bulls ablllty to s1ng" He masters the horn equally well JOE BYRNE Basketball 2 3 capt 4 Track c pt 3 4 Water Polo 4 lclass teamp Vla the basketball route Joe has brought much fame to Vxrgmla MARGARET CAREY Vlce Presldent of Trl H1 28 29 Rmg Com mlttee 4 Prom Decoratxon Commlttee 3 Annual Staff 4 Memorxal Commlttee 4 She IS always neatly and styllshly dressed Besldes thls she IS a true frxend Her sunny smlle has helped us ln many blue momen s GLADYS CLOSE My Maul on the Bamboo Screen 1 Trans portatlon Commlttee for Plcnlc 4 Announce ment Committee tchalrmanh 4 HaeW 5 4 Basketball 3 Pmafore 3 Glrls Glee Club 3 Extemporaneous Contest 4 Gladys IS the best dressed gurl IH our class and an excellent student She IS very popular wxth both the boys and glrls especlally wlth a certam male She has been a true frxend X O ty? , ' f Q i' CLAYTON BENTLEY' . . ll ' . ' ' ' ' Q n - C a - y Y l5lLaur Of the lblolrltlhf WALLACE CONNER Boys Declamatory Contest 1 Prom Enter talnment Commlttee 3 Extemporaneous Con test 4 Motto Commlttee tchalrmanp 4 Mem orlal Commlttee tchalrmanb 4 Asslstant BUSINESS Manager for Class Play 4 Asslstant Flllllll' of Annual 4 Class Nlght Program 4 Nl-ltlonal Honor Soclety Thls young man s ambltlon IS to become an accountant HIS qulet Smlle and buslness llke manner wlll certalnly help hlm to be a success We wlsh you luck WINNIFRED CROSSLAND Decoratlon Commlttee for 12A Soclal Hour Wlnnle may he small but shes always blfz enough to render a merry hello Her lot IS to be merry and she takes thlngs as they come seldom complalnlng INEZ DAHL HaeW Fleld Hockey 4 Basketball 3 4 Ways and Means Commlttee Decoratlon Com mlttee for Prom Everyone llkes Inez Shes a frlend to all and everyone IS a frlend to her Her chlef lnterests seem to be ln basketball and ln danclnf. and whose wouldnt lf they could do both as vxell as she does JOSEPH DASOVICH Basketball 3 4 Football 3 Track 4 A glance at Josephs actlvltles wlll tell you that he IS an all around athlete CATHERINE DENNIS My Mald on the Bamboo Screen Glee Club 2 Hae W 3 4 Typlnfr Contest 3 Color Com mlttee Qchalrmanb 4 Memorlal Commlttee 4 Annual Staff LIYEYRTY Edltor 4 Prom Decor 3tlOh Commlttee 3 Fleld Hockey 4 Class Play 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety Catherlne knows theres a lot of fun to be found ln thls world and shes out to get her share Nexertheless her quest for fun has not prevented her from clolng her vsork well and from belng an honor student MARCURITE DOMNICK HaeW 3 4 Basketball 3 Soccer 4 Class Plcnlc Food Commlttee 4 Marguerlte IS small qulet and pretty It wlll be nlce to be SlCk lf we can have her as our nurse Dont you thlnk so? BERNARD DORFMAN Rlng Commlttee 4 Plcnlc Commlttee 4 Class Play 4 Ploperty Manager 4 Annual Staff Snaps 4 Black curly halr good looks and person allty plus But lt doesnt end wlth that he has been a Wllllng worker What would our class have been WlthOUt Bernard" RAYMOND EGAlN SOCIHI Hour Commlttee 4 After a hot and feroclous lace to see who would be the Most Humorous Champ Onnle and Raymond came ln a tle ONNIE ERICKSON Natlonal Honorary Soclety Annual Staff Feature Edltor Ways and Means Commlttee 4 Senlor Assembly 4 Latln Play 3 Onnle who deserted the 1930 June class has establlshed hlmself as a very Jocular and helpful schoolmate CHARLES GREEN Charles IS a natural born gentleman He always strlves for the best He IS an accomp llshed dancer , . 5 3 . , . : - . : ' ' 2 Y , '. . . . . , .' . ' ,Q . , , V Y S .: . . .D I . v : - -, 1 ' : - ' . ' , S I - , : : 9 . . . l. ' ' , . , , 1 9 ' u ' l. . , . 7 1 . . , 1 : ' : ' . , , A . V ll Sl f th lNo1l'lLll1W ANNA GREGORICH Quietly Anna has made her way through high school She has been wlth our class from the begmmng and has shonn herself to be a wlllmg and mdustrlous classmate EMIL GRITZ Basketball Reserves 3 Emll IS a manly youth NVhenever Grxtz ysrxts hls teeth somethmg 1s bound to happen HELIA HAATAJA Full of fun and pep She has been a Jolly compamon through our hlgh schol days EDWIN HAKALA Football 3 4 Class Treasurer 4 Class Nlght Program Commlttee 4 Natlonal Honor Society When you once become Eddles frlend you wlll always remam hls friend He has that quality m hlm that all yush to have SWANDE HALLBERG Rmg Commlttee 4 Stage Manager for Class Play 4 Annual Staff Llterary Edxtor 4 Sophomore Jumor Baskethal Sophomore Class Swlmmmg Team 12A VVater Polo Team Natlonal Honor Soclety Thls son of Flnland goes about hls work ln u quxet determined and IIDRSSIIYUITAH manner Besides his scholastic work he has gone out them VIOLET HALLBERG Motto Committee Asslsstant Property Man ager for Class Play Basketball 3 The world would be a dlsmal place wlth out the handclasp of frlends This ceertalnly holds true wlth a friend like Vlolet No matter how dlfhcult a task looks to her she wlll always try lt once LILLIAN HAMLIINE Pmafore Glrls Glee Club 3 Acapello Chor us 4 Cheerleader Idmgton School 3 2 Although Lxlllan entered our class only last year she IS certalnly a true blue member She IS an 3.II'lbltlOllS and enthuslastlc class sup porter always ready and Vbllllhg to do what she can for the ood of the class MARVIN HILL Annual Staff He is noted for hls grace ln the art of dancmg He lb also one of our best dressers What rosy cheeks he has after facmg the cold winds whlle coming from Hlgglns WILHO HYRKUS Swlmmlng Team Wllho 1S the fastest self propellmg repre sentatlve of our class lh Boardmans Lake You ought to be able to hear hum sxng Fmnlsh songs ln the showers IDA IMPOLA Motto Committee Annual Staff Hockey 4 One can trust Ida to have her work on time and Hell done She IS full of fun and frlendly to a O for athletics. He has made good in both of X 11950 r w WSTL fih lNfDll' lh' FLEANOR JANESKY Announcement Committee 4 Always laughmg and full of fun IS our Eleanor She lb a good classmate and frlend EDWARD JOHNSON Memorial Committee 4 Commencement Program Committee 4 If Ed IS gxven a task you can rest assured that It wlll be done m the best way posslble Dled March 13 1930 HUGO JOHNSON Hugo IS a healthy student M1lk makes people healthy Therefore Hugo must drunk mxlk You know Hugo works lndustrlously 1 '1 dairy ISABELLE JOHNSON Glee Club Pmafore Soclal Hour Com muttee This little blonde has been with our class from the begmnmz and she has been a staunch supporter even though we have not heard much from her JOHN J OYNER Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Class Orchestra John IS another one of those who went through hlgh school ln three and one half years That alone is a good recommendatxon of hls abllzty to xsork REYNOLD C KLEMETSMO Basketball Reserxes 3 4 Glee Club 4 Pma fore 4 Faust We are sa"e IH saylng that no class has had such a good nafured fellovs as our Re3 nold HOWARD KNUTSON Class Play 4 Howard 15 an answer to any maldens prayer We have all emoyed hls companlon hlp both m class and outsxde JUNNETTE KROGDAHL Mlxed Chorus 2 State MUSIC Contest 2 Lass of Llmerlck Town Color Commlttee Usher Mfud on the Bamboo Screen Junes qunlltles are many and her faults few for shes a laclv lh every sense What more need we say? BERTHA LARSON Ring, Commlttee Plcnlc Committee HaeW Pre ldent 4 Basketball 4 Field Hockey 4 Bertha looks hke a quiet mlss but shes as llvely as the llvelxest She never can reslst playmf, pranks on any unsuspectxng vlctlm when she sees the opportunity She IS llked by all who know her MOSE LATTANZI Boys Glee Club 4 Plnafole 4 Faust 3 Band 3 Assembly Comm1ttee4 4 When Mose starts on hls road to success the worlds musxclans will get real competx txon , C l lSld, Jpwelmrlhf ARVO LINDEMAN ee Club 2 3 1M H Sl Glee u Operetta 3 1M I H Sy Prom Decoratlng Committee 4M I H Sb HIY 3 1M I H Sl Mountaln Iron hlgh school lost a very valu able student when Arvo Jolned us RUTH I INDGREN Basketball 3 4 Fleld Hockey 4 There are many reasons why we llke Ruth reasons which would take a long tlme to IZIVC so let us state Just a few A nlcer url and a more DIOSSIHH frlend could never be found here or anywhere HELEN LOFBACK A qulet demure young lady She has spent a great deal of her time Swlmmlng but she has never neglected her studles ESTHER LUNDSTROM Glee Club 2 J State MUSIC Contest Gypsy Rover Do gentlemen prefer blondes' Ask thls one She has partlclpated ln muslcal 8LtlVltIeS wlth much enthuslasm DOLORES MCGILLY ARY HaeW 3 4 Fleld Hockey 2 Plnafore 3 Plcnlc Food Commlttee 4 Basketball 3 Glee C ub 3 4 We wlll not forget thls llttle lmp of fun and mlschlef although she ls le8Vll'lL us to enter a school for nurses Good luck Dolores' RUTH MACVETTIE Glee Club 2 3 4 A smlle on her face and a Joke on her tongue are second nature wlth thls glrl Well never forget our Irlsh landlady MARY MACANINI I-IaeW Plcnlc Entertalnnlent Commlttee Basketball 3 Our Mary IS a happy and carefree mlss always ready to Joln ln the fun She IS an xndustrlous worker and a popular student everywhere ZELMA MAIN H eW 3 4 Secretary 3 Class Play 4 Plnafore 3 Glrls Clee Club 4 Vlce Presldent of Class 4 Entertalnment Committee for Prom chairman 3 Debate Team Memorlal Commlttee 4 hxtemporaneous Contest 4 National Honor SOCIECY Zelma has excelled ln scholar-.hlp debate and dramatlcs But behind that Innocent look lurks fun and mlschlef Beware males' RAUNI MAKI They say that those wlth red halr are qulck tempered but we have always found Raunl to be the opposlte Shes always ready wlth smlle for anyone TIN E MAIxI Class Play 4 Basketball 3 Transportatlon Committee lpICl'llCl 4 Annual Staff 4 Sorrow fthe colored mald ln our class playp has walked rlght mto our hearts and stayed 1950 aw X O GI , , .I. . . : Cl b J 1 ' I , I Usher 4: Class Play 43 Pinafore 33 Girls' '1 . 3 ' , -I C I . 1 - , ' . ' ' ' a he llSlL ll' ofthe lNOIl' lb! JAMES MARTIN Jimmy is our fiery headed Irishman. When- ever red hair and freckles are mentioned we think of Jim. INGRED MATTSON Orchestral 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Her charm lies in her rare smile No matter how blue you feel you re bound to forget your troubles when you see this llttle miss smile MABEL MATTSON Baseball 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Usher Ways and Means Committee Quiet and ladyllke Mabel is liked by all Teachers also find in her a splendid student whom they can trust to carry out any task and have it well done She is always ready to help another fellow out of a difliculty TYNE MATTSON Motto Cammittee Entertainment Committee for the Picnic If you should ever hear Tyne recite in class you would cer ainly hear a most interesting speaker She says whats worth while and throvss in a humorous crack but always she will be remembered as the girl liked by all JOHNNY BRADISH Football 3 Basketball 3 4 Track 4 Horsle will always be remembered for his genial friendship URHO NYLUND Basketball Re erwes 3 Swimming 4 Class Wa er Polo 4 Captain Track 3 A wee lad xx ho has made a success in sports HELEN PEARS ALL Helens a studious and quiet student who never wastes her words Perhaps she saves them for someone else ALVIN PETERSON Class Play 4 Basketball President of Class 3 4 Prom Decoration Committee 3 Valedlc torlan 4 Forensic Club President 4 H1Y 3 4 Secretary 3 4 National Honor Society Alvin has attained the highest scholastic average ever attained by a boy in thls school He has been one of cur most active class men class president and most popular boy in our class In the class play he played the leading role His ambition is to be an engineer UNO POHLMAN Why should we be unhappy when vse can be happy? Unchie is alvxays willing to help the next fellow RL TH QUIST Ways and Means Committee 4 Class Play 4 Glee Club 2 3 My Maid of the Bamboo Screen Led Grand March at Prom 3 Basket ball 3 Declamatory Contest Gypsy Rover 2 Song Committee 4 National Honor Society Personality plus and a great attraction to the male sex Besides being an excellent stu dent and actress her best talent is dancing 19563 rw lSlLeur Of U16 lN0ll' lh' MAYME SEINOLA Mayme does her work steadxly 'md qmetly She IS an out of town student who Joined our class ln Junior hugh school HARRY SPRIETZER Annual Staff Star of the North Staff 3 4 Harry IS one of those Jolly original folks that we wish to know ARNOLD STOCKEY Basketball 2 'S Dont we that hawen t waxy h lr wxsh we had Arnoltls waves And boy' You ought to see what a good basketball player he IS WAINO SULIN The smaller towns usually send good stu dents to Vlrgmla and Wamo xs no exceptlon to hls rule SYLVIA SULIN Tlme and Place Commlttee for Plcnlc Silence ls golden that IS why Sylvxa made s0 much progress 1n her school work DOROTHY TRIMBLE Gypsy Rover 2 Pmafore 3 Ways and Means Committee 4 Favors Commlttee for from 3 Declamatory Contest 3 Song Com mlttee tchalrmanl 4 Our class can boast of a song bxrd Doro hy has entertalned us manv txmes wlth her melo slles We understand she lb Lolnl-. tu be a mlsslonary the heathens should con-slder them selves lucky to get such 1 cheerful and wlllmy., worker H1 Y 3 4 Treasurer Ways and Means Com mlttee lchalrmanl 4 Class Play 4 Business Manager for Class Play 4 My Maid on the Bamboo Screen Prom Decoratlon Commlttee lchalrmanl 3 Memorial Commlttee 4 Red healed and full of pep This flaming youth has added a reat deal to our class both m work and ln fun He made an excellent gangster ln our class play but we expect b11.z,er and better things of hlm HELEN VANECEK Tumbling Team 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Field Hocxey 4 Helen IS a lover of sports Not only that she IS the best little sport herself She 15 the und of a classmate one never forgets EINO WALL Transportatwn Commlttee for Plcmc 4 Property Commxttee for Class Play 4 Swlm mm. 2 3 4 Football 4 In Heres a human fish No wonder he IS a lI'll'l HELEN WIITANIEN What care I for sorrow or worxy' I want only to laugh and be merry then Ill be happy There are always plenty of pesslmmsts to be found but where can we find an lndnldual as optzmlstlc as thls classmate of ours x ROULAAND TUOKER 4 if,.,g- :di Ita fih lNco1r lhf RAI MOLD VVOODS Q I A uf Llmerzek Tuxxn " The wp u f' e I earel -l l asketn norman al Auclmnxnnm 1 '7 Irnm Deunratmn Cnnxmxttee Vllxxs am exns Cummlttec 4 Clx I 'lx flee C x lrxc uexer xuu heal llllLl xnxx x e 1x e 1 x H lxrlulpaterl ln many uf the wchml ntxxmtle and his been 1 xerx pepnx and 4'1eer ful ala S e We hope he x lll alxxax he x peppv a 1 en eln nu RUSANNA VV OODS I lxdlnll -1 xve an meretalnlx fmtunate II1 l'ldNlIIL, her Qhe 1 x ln ketlull enlhusnst 'xml entexell this yen xxlth 1 mph! good xxxll ELIZABETH LIEGLER ell Hrxnkey S lm she s a Jolly 5.0011 fellow Thu can llLl'll ly he sud nf Flwxheth Vhxt permn hx-. nm been mheelerl hy hu guml felloxxxhxn' BERNICE LYBFFK Class Suretarv R.6f!9NllIl6I'l1 Commlltee for Pu m Sholthand Con e t SBHIIIL, Lnntest Nutmnal Hnnor Quuetv Nu nmtter xxhat he unzlmillxew she dnex lt xxe 2 :mae 1 mx cla secxeetaxy an: 'nn eucllent one too She 1 held ln high e teena lxv all hm claesmatee VS hen she entered the exxmg. zuntet he xxnn emmfl place xx ll unx oe rw shuxx hnxx xxe she flue xx. 1 -.he unclertalxes january Class Seng CTune to the N0t1Q Dame Vlctolw Mamhj We ale the Semms so meat, Stu1dy and staunch, xxe ne all must fl1St late Nlmeteen th11tv mul xeal class, Loyal and tluv. ex e1v lad and lass VVe love the blue and xxe loxe the xx hltc When xxe face battles Juet xxatch us iight, Glve thlee cheels fO1 thls ou1 class, The Semols of V H S f ' I 0 e f I VA ' Th - ,a ss ' ' ' 1.1 Gy sy R ver: Faust: , h e 'l ' l ' fl, 1 i' .' ' lz ll 2, Il: D ' ' . ' " . -. 3. 41 I . . ' h ' , 3: . l M 2 .' , ' ' 1 2 ss 'l. 3 4: I 'lul 2, 31. 4: " z k 3. Wh 2 ' j ' ' ll lol ul' z f ner j maj he sur R2 j is in th rr 1 x'4l. eu has nz ' ' ' ' : z - ' s. z as z ' .' ' j ' '. ' Hs:- mzlt . ' 'J' ' " js as , 'nl en 'Q " as he is w. Sas ' A 2 . I Cznlifurnizx eu-ve us Rosanna za year Euro, and . -'sz as 1- :'z:.. ' '.: 1 ' " 2 " f " . r 4 v Fi l f Z , -1. 4' v -' xx' ' -' r 1 q ',- u 'I r . sz ' , ' .: . I z .' as V J J 'r 2 ' iles S " f ' S: ' ll. Ie' " 'S ln' 'ss L ' A K' ll. . -- . 's ' ' f s "1 . 1 f - 'h'-h lj 5: S t I ' ' ' ll 5 s 'hz t . . ,v ,, ' . . I L . . ' - . -.Y I h K - I V . . . . r v v I 1, xxW5LdTQfUwlWW hfmmm EDWARD J JOHNSON .flu Mrmnrtam Born February 12 1911 Dled March 13 1930 Edward J Johnson was a member of the 1930 mld year gladuatmg class On March 13 1930 he was fatally mjured by a loosened boulder whlch hurtled down the bank of the MISSZDB Mountaln open plt where he had been workmg for a short t1me before leavmg' for college He d1ed twenty elght hours later at the More Hospltal IH Eveleth The only son of Mr F J Johnson Edward was born ln Ashland Wlsconsm on February 12 1911 and came to Vllglhla a few years ago to complete h1S high school educatlon Edward was a modest and unassumlng boy welll1ked by hls fellow stu dents He was valued by h1s teachels for the maturlty of h1S attltude toward lxfe the slncerety of h1S deslre to learn, the mtelllgence of h1s questlons and hls qulckness to take the slde of the common man the weak, the oppressed They saw 1n hxm traxts of character far above the average whlch promlsed a brlght future Hls sudden death IS mdeed a tragedy He leaves behind hlm however a fine memory that wlll not soon fade from the mmds of hls many fuends ln the student body and faculty 1950 HW ,xv , f 1 o Y 7 ! 9 . , . . , . 5 . . . . , , , Y Y - , , . - ' 9 7 , . 7 Y ' ' 5 I 1 1 11 1- g',. ,, K, Star Ofih 1N01l' 1l1ff ,WWW A1N1Y1 I,l1l1S011 111 BK1111 111 1 M 11111 M 1Ltso11 11111 H 11 1 1 S1 111111 H 1111111 lc 1111 1 Mam lgllfllll 111111111 HL1111 Pc11s111 1 11114111 H 111111111 SN1X1i Sulm f' l1,1'lL1lI1l 131111119 111501 Q11 Mattson 111111 1111 1 1o1111so11 f1Y1I1lL l'111ks1111 Ruth Quut Hclcn I 0111.101 V1 1111111 Co1111f.1 1X 111111 811111111 Ruth 1 1 d1S01'1 11 111111 M2131 11119 1V1.f1ttsc111 Allfld fnngmlch Vlolet H'11111L1,q 113011111 Year Honor R011 january Class 1930 '15187 '14 617 '13 511 '13 8 '11 125 '13 027 '12 585 '12 114 '118-11 5K4 I1 3 1 1 1 '1 1 ' ' 1 '10 7111 '10 11111 ' 5 '10 -106 '10 314 '10 103 '10 235 '10 277 1195 ww 11 e 1 1101 ' ' Q 211 - - E11 " z 111: . . . -5 -12 .'1'z + z 11,5 , , , . .5.i'- fj "2 1' ' , . , . t11...11 ,Q - " 1 1 '. , , A . 211.352 1111111101110 K1'oy,z11:1111 ., , 211.53431 1' 'J A ' Q . .1 Quo., I 'z' .. . : 1118" '1 I-' - .1 .01'0 . . . .10..17f' 1. . . , I , - I . "' ' 1, -1 . 3 s 2 .1r1,. 42 1- ' ' . .Z ,Wm3S,1,tNStar Of the lNe1r1Uh' mn... O1v1l1e Schochow President Charles Ketola Vlce Presldent Albert LaZe11a Treasurer CLASS MOTTO Not the Sunset but the Dawn CLASS FLOWER Sweet Pea CL ASS COLORS Amerlcan Beauty and Ivory George Toman Q . . . .. Secretary A 11950 --Z-Ti A ' A ll St f the lNo1rlLll1W MAMIE AHO Come what may work or play shell always know when to sm1'e ELSIE ALANEN Secretary of Gnrls and Boys Club Qulet and unassummg yet lucky IS whose home she shall build RUSSELL AMUNDSON Football fForbes High Schoolj 1 2 3 Hockey 1 2 Debate 2 Smile and the world smlles with you says Don SIGREN ANDERSON Manager Girls Baske ball Team 4 Baseball Indu try and pleasure make a good com bmatlon CHARLOTTE BAILEY Orchestra 3 4 Operetta Pmafore a tional Honor Society Charlotte IS studlous but ever ready for ANDREW BENKUSKY A staunch and cheerful heart are quahtles that go to make a man ROBERT BERESFORD Debate Team 3 4 Star of the North Staff 4 Extemporaneous Contest 3 4 Bob was born to be a man of words and deeds Hls activities have made hlm very xaluable to the llfe of the class and the en tlre school IVA BRANDT A true friend she would be DONALD BRUDE Swimming team 3 4 You have to know Don t appreclate hls fine nature DUANE BRYERS Track Team 2 3 4 Art needs no spur beyond itself 1950 New , , , - 4, , . . Y' . he ' , , : , , - , - , . . U . . Q . u Y 5 .. - H: N - a frolic. . .. ,. . . A : ' - ' , . o ' " . , - 1, ll Sl, f U16 lNf01l'lUh! CHARLOTTE CODE President HaeW 1 2 Declamatory Con test 1 3 Soccer Team 3 Glee Club Operetta Class Plav Codle has made an outstanding record m her hlgh school career Not only IS It out standmx, but It also has varlety whlch xs even better LLOYD DAMMEIN Football Team 3 Basketbal' Team 2 Were we all as good natured as he VERNON DEARHOLT Gypsy Rover 2 Glee Club 2 Band 3 Water Polo Team 4 Music my Fo d and 'P 'P A mechanlc w1ll be CHARLES DOANE Track 3 4 Hockey 3 4 Football 3 He has run on skates and track and may fly high NELLIE DOANE Capt Glrls Basketball Team 1 Capt Sports make a llvmg person llve as Nell will not hesitate to tell you NORMA DOANE Gxrls Swlmmlng Team Operetta 2 Quletness does not spoll the fun of 1 e useful ROBERT ENGSTROVI Reserve Basketball Team 3 4 Leisure IS the tlme for domg somethmg HELEN FLANN Gypsy Rover 2 Glrls Glee Club lac companlsti Operetta Mary P1cford Pro vlso Star of the North Staff 3 National Honor Society A smllmg face IS well sulted to the art of muslc GEORGE FORTUN Football Team Although he IS small ln slze every lnch of hlm IS a man MARION FOSTER You cant help llklng Marlon O I v 3 . , 3, 4. " " : : , 4: K ' , r , . --. . ' he l . , . , - he v Girls' Raseball Team .23 Capt. Soccor Team ' A . " 'l'f. L - "X I llS1La f the lNo1r MAFALDA FRABONI Capt Glrls Basketball Action and fun make her an extremely enjoyable companlon HELENE FREEMAN Baseball 1 Tenms 1 Helen beheves that the world was made for fun and frolxc and perhaps It was JAMES GORDON Track 3 Mlrth and hidden wxsdom mlxed The few that know James value his acquaintance LOUIS GAVATOS H M S Plnafore Preshles Loules mam Interests seem to l1e ln muslc He makes a line and entertaining companlon a glrl might well envy? STACHIA GRIGAL Stachla belleves IH bemg Qlllet and tendmg to her own busmess whlch lsnt a had ldea after all LESLIE GRIGGS Football Team 4 Manager Hockey Team 4 Glee Club 2 3 Track 4 Les has done much to further the sports of the school but apparently that IS not his only Interest MARY HALL Natlonal Honor Soclety Although she IS qule t does not mean that she has nothlng to say ESTHER HALUNEN Her cheery smile atones for her lack stature DORIS HANSON Although Doris has been with us only a year she seems to have found her place among us Our only regret IS that she has not been with us longer ELMA HEELSTONE Happy go lucky w1thout a care 1950 WWW Q W 3 I y - 9 -f Why shonld a boy be bestowed with hair that .Q . tj i ' of I . I A Q x5lLdll' Of U1 lNo1r1Llh.f AGNES HELENIUS My Mald on a Bamboo Screen 1 Gypsy over 2 H M S Pmafore 3 Annual Staff 4 Tr1 H1 Club 4 Star of the North Staff 4 Natlonal Honor SOCISLY Here IS the sweet throated warbler of the class Agzle has ever been an actlve DQTCICI pator ln school affalrs IMPIE HILL The worlds all r1ght for Imp1e she makes It so IRIS HILLMAN Orchestral 2 3 4 Band 3 4 Declama tory Contest 1 9 3 Class Play Irls IS a glrl to be depended on She has successfully proved her Speaklhg and musical ablhty to the school as a whole FLOYD IRWIN Track 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Glee Club Class Plav 4 H1 Y 4 Freshles Qulte a blt of nonsense now and then rellshed by the best of men and because of th1s we all llke Ty ELLEN ISAACSON Ellen IS studlous and verv quxet She knows that lf one would hawe frlends one must be a friend HARRY ISAKSON Basketball 3 4 Ifootball 3 Swlmmlhg 1 Gypsy Rover 2 Tournament Commlttee Secretary of H1 Y 3 Treasurer of H1 Y 1930 Harrys a good worker a good frlend and lots of fun HIS voxce IS the envy of many ROY ISAKSON Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 G Club Eagle eye 1s a Lrreat sport as any boy w1ll testxfy All of h1s fine llU3lltl6S he be neath a shy and qulet surface MARTIN JAFFF De ate 3 4 M S P1na ore Freshzes Secxetary Forensic Club 4 Ora tor1cal Contest 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Jumor Class Oflicer Extemporaneous Contest 3 4 Natxonal Honor Soc-1ety Class Salutatorlan Jaffe has the record of being the shortest boy IH the class but apparently SIZE doesnt count mu h after all for look at the record hes made LOUISE JENSEN I-IaeW 4 Swzmmlng Team 2 3 4 Swim glrl swlm And she surely knows hovx We hope that the school wont be too grleved because we ve taken her away DOROTHY JOHNSON Basketball 4 Dots IS a glrl that everyone llkes She newer shlrks her work but at the same t1me she finds plenty of t1me for fun 19140 -W X C R lx 1 on .. 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' f " 3: ,af llSlLa f U16 lNo1r PATSY JOHNSON HaeW 3 4 Glee Club 4 Patsy appears to be very qulet and d1gmfied but walt tzll you know her She brings sun shme wherever she goes PEARLE JOHNSON Cook School Secretary 2 Cook sacrlficed thls capable glrl to us but then vlhy should we worrv'7 We re glad that she lS wlth us to boost our school ROY JOHNSON Football Squad 4 Track Team 3 4 Roy xs quiet and good natured The better you know him the better you llke hlm KATHLEEN JOYINER Kathleen IS new to our class but not new to us A gay smlle and a frlendly hand are herktokens to us We all wlsh her llfes best uc HELEN JI OLA Alexandrxa Hugh School Helen s always wxllm to do what she can for a good cause Trust He en to be a booster EVELYN KAIN ER What Evelyn lacks ln height she makes up for bv doing her best 'or others Evy works sllently and alwa5s comes out on top HELEN KASSA Basketball 4 from lacking m pep ARNOLD KAUKANEN Basketball Squad 2 3 Hockey H Y 4 glass Swlmmmg Team Manager 2 Class Hy After the class play the gurls all took specml notlce of Arnold Who ever would have thought lt LINA KAUPPINEN Glrls Basketball Team 3 4 Extemporan eous Contest 4 Llna IS a f.,1rl to be proud of She knows hog fto combme her school work wlth sports an Ln FRANCES KEITH Star of the North 3 Annual Staff 4 National Honor Society All her ways are pleasantness . , . . I Y ' . . ' 4 Y ,i 4 . . Q: ' f -. ' 1 . Y 4 Helen is so :sweet and quiet, but she is far ' 7 , - " , ' : B: i- : U : Y I . I may WWW l5lLilL fthe lNfDll' lh' CHARLES KETOLA SXVlYl1h'llI'lI! Team 1 2 3 4 Captain 4 Vlce Preswlent of Senior Class Presldent H1 Y Club 4 It ns almost a waste of words to try to descrlbe Gus Everyone knows hzm and everyone likes hum We are proud to claim thls renowned swlmmer as a member of our class MARY KINGSLEY Beneath a quiet surface lies a klnd am loyal heart INA KINUNEN Natlonal Honor Soclety What IS worth domg at 'xll 1s worth domz we LORRAINE KOEK Lorraine has a smile for everyone Her sunny nature makes her welcome everywhere MARION KROGD AHL Swxmmxmz Team 1 2 3 4 Lead ln H M S Plnafore 3 Star of the North Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 HaeW 3 4 A vrtlsmg clety Babe IS a glrl of a great varlety of terests Although she IS extremely busy she manages to uphold her fine scholarshlp She IS full of fun and glggles JOSEPH KUBERKA Reserve on Basketball 3 4 Reserve Football 4 Whlle ln school Joe goes about quletly am tends to his wolk It IS seldom that one sees the fun that IS m hum HELEN LAAKAN EN Helens a qulet and dependable glrl who believes ln bemg a good friend ANGELA LACKNER No kmder heart could be found than that of Angela We scarcely are aware f her presence for she never speaks until spoken ARNE LAHTI Arne IS our representative of the great open spaces GEORGE LAHTI Here IS a lad who IS a real gentleman ut he seldom brm1.,s forth his fine qualxtles or he ls one of the hashful boys of the class X O . . . F . 1 n. 1 A I I . U A Q . - , . 2-y 43 : - , : d e ' ' Manager of Class Play 5 National Honor So- .. ' U - - I - in- ' ' v 3 on . .. , . I ' . o . ' ' ' to. . - . V ' b .1 P . U U l' f 195 HRW l5lLal, fihe lNolr lhf ESTHER LAIHO Varslty Basketball 3 4 Esther IS a qulet glrl ln school but she IS lots of fun when you know her Although we have heard llttle from Esther as a leader we know that she IS a staunch class supporter ELVIRA LAINE H M S Plnafore Vocal Sextette 3 Presldent of Glee Club 4 Extemporaneous Contest 4 Natlonal Honor SOCIEYY Shes a good worker an excellent frlend and best of all shes full of pep All who know her llke her JOHN LAINE Track 1 2 3 4 Football 2 Property Man ager of Class Play Isnt It strange how llttle we know of our classmates' John IS qulet untll you know hlm and then you find that there never was a better companlon than he STANLEY LAM'VlI Basketball 'VI S Plnafore School Band 1 2 3 4 Class Play Stanley IS full of fun and good humor He has taken an actlve part ln school affalrs and ln general IS an all around good fellow GERMAINE LAUTREDON Frenchy IS the personlflcatlon of pep and fun Her eyes are filled wlth laughter wlth a llttle mlschlef mlxed ALBERT LaLELLA Basketballl 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 Track 2 3 4 Senlor Class Treasurer Athletlcs certalnly appeal to Al He ls ever ready for a frollc There IS always room ln thls world for men of 8.Ctl0H and ambltlon MARGARET LILLICO Rover H M S Plnafore Vlce Presldent of Glee Club Mary Plckford lProvlsoj Detlamatory Contest 1 2 3 4 Vocal Octette 4 Nhtlonal Honor Soclety Margaret seems to possess all the qualltles that a glrl could deslre cheerfulness actlvlty personality and a delu.,htful VUICB MARCELLI MCINNIS Slummlng Team 1 2 Presldent Trl H1 4 Soccer Team 4 Good humor and pep falrly bubble out of MBFCIB eyes Her dark eyes and dark curly halr testlfy that there lb Irlsh blood ln her velns We are glad that Marcl chose to be a June graduate BERTHA MAKYNEN Declamatory Contest 4 Basketball .3 4 Baseball Class Play Qulet neat actlve and friendly and lots of fun are some of the words that descrlbe Ber a MAFALDA MARCHETTI Gypsy Rover Curly halr llashlng eyes and a smlle are Maf llda s envlable characterlstlcs L 45 "H. l . . 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HELEN I MATTSON Cook seems to be a place where real glrls come from Helen IS qulet and tends to her own busmess These are admlrable qualltxes mdeed JOHN MICHALS Basketball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Track John IS an all around boy as can be gathered from hls actxvltles He IS a Lood sport and a wlllmg worker CATHERINE MORRIS Swlmmlng Team Z 3 Trl Hx This tall and qulet gurl appears to be very reserved but walt untll you know her Shes lots of fun as her frlend or friends WI testify MERICO MA7ZITTE Manager of Boys Swlmmlng Team 1 Man ager Boys Water Polo 4 Thls son of Italy ha true mans heart try agam KENDALL MURPHY Debate Team 3 4 Vzce President Junior Class Vlce Presldent Forensic Club 4 Class Play Water Polo Natxonal Honor Society To all appearances Kendall IS very qulet but then looks are often deCelVl'I'lg He has taken an actlve part ln school affalrs and IS well lllned by all HARRIET NELSON Baseball Team 1 Harrlet IS so qulet and reserved that af we d1d not merely see her we would not be aware of her presence IDA NOCERINE Thls curly halred smzllng' faced glrl spreads sunshine whereever she goes ILMAR NOKELA We saw you llttle and heard you less but Just the same youre one of us FRANCES OFSTAD Orchestra 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Prom Com mlttee 3 It s llce to be natural when you re naturally mee ELLEN PAKOLA Basketball Team 3 4 Baseball 3 Ellen IS very very shy She IS an excellent student and as excellent a friend S O 3, 4. . , , . -. , V 7 , . . I .ll J ' s ga ' . He has -pluck and the rare ability to try and 1950 new l5lLaur Of U16 lNo1r'llhf NIILO PALMI Football 5 4 Track 3 4 Few of us are well acquainted wxth this quiet lad but those who know hlm wlll not he-utate to say that there was never a better pal than he JEANICE PATTEN Fveleth Presldent of Freshman Class Glrls League Operetta Glrls Forenslc Club Jeanlce ls new m the school but It seems that we have known her always Who ls there that does not admlre her curls? MARY PAUL Baseball Team 1 2 3 Mary IS good natured and a good snort Emlles seem naturally to accompany curly alr JOSEPHINE PAULETTI Secretary 10A Class Basketball Team 3 Jo IS another of those fzlrls wlth dark curly halr who seem to find fun where there seems to be none AILIE PENTILLA Treasurer Trl H1 3 Treasurer Jumor Class J Swlmmmg Team 1 2 Allie IS so qulet that we are scarcely aware of her presence but somehow we Just know she IS there EVA PETERSON Member Hae W I-veryone llkes thls peppy glrl with dark hanr and dark eyes We ale glad that she chose to graduate with us VERA PETERSON Treasurer Boys and Glrls Club IH Zum Vera IS ever ready to help a frlend She ls dependabl and good natured VIOLET PETERSON Violet and Pearl are a pal of good sports Qhe IS quiet but frlendly ELEANOR POIRIER HaeW 3 4 Chorus Gypsy Rover 2 President of Glrls Foreusxc Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety We are glad that Eleanor chose to Jump up and pace shoulder to shoulder wxth her bro ther She has been a 5.,ood worker a class supporter and IS ever full of fun WILLIAM POIRIER Vlce Presldent Boys Forenslc Club 3 Class Play Debate Team 3 4 Blll I5 dependable-a boy who somehow al ways manages to get hxs lessons He IS a de batur who ever loves a Joke 3, : . - , , - A v HY . - ' ' ' ' 1 . , . 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' .' v ' . , C l - WSTL fthe lNoJl' lh' FRANK POUROZNIK I-rank IS uulet but good natured and ever ready for a good tlme JAN ETTE RANDALL Operetta A kmd and carefree heart are Janettes fine qual1t1es PAUL REED Swxmmlng Team 4 H1 Y Club 4 Paully IS new to our class but we all know hlm regardless He goes after anythlng wxth the mtentlon of accomphshmg some thlng REGINA RICHARDS Swlmmmg Team 'P 3 4 Manager Soccer Team 5 President Tr1H1 Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Basketball 2 Regma believes that there IS a tlme for work and a tlme for play She manages to get her share of both with a llttle extra share of fun maxed m KATHERINE RUUD Declamatory 3 Prom Committee 3 Ta a d than but full of vlm thats Kathie She IS ever ready for a but of fun HUGO SAARI Swlmmmg Team 3 4 Track 4 Hugo newer finds life a dull matter We LILLIAN SA ARI Was there ever a better sport than Lllllan ' Her cheerful smiles brighten each classroom ROSELLA SCHALLENBERG Basketball 3 Rmsella IS qulet and dependable She always has her lessons and finds tlme to take part ln school affairs ORVILLE SCHOCHOVV Debate 3 4 Oratory 3 4 Presldent Junior and Senlor Class Extemporaneous Contest 3 Class Play Class Valedlctorlan Natlonal Honor Soclety Pretzel! well yes Who has partlclpated m more school alfalrs and held more mmportant offices than OruI'e" In a few words he may he 1-.amd to be our dass representative DONALD SEMON Is there anyone who doesnt know Don" We would know hlm lf for nothxng but hrs sxze but hls wlt and humor make hlm an ex r mely enjoyable companion O ll n ' -. " , oftenrwish that there were more like hlm. ' X 193 r w' ll5lL fihe lN01l' lh' VICTORINE SEPAINIO Basketball 4 Vlctorlne IN a Loud lort A flollt ls w 3 appealing to her NIARIE SIIROI A llttle hut sa5' Mlschlef and fllll lle ln her eye but for all that she his a healt of gold ansl ls a dependable uorkel NIARGUERITE SMITH Typlm, Contest K -4 Vlargunrlte le our vlassx typlst She IH quiet lt ll f enmlly but al o a llttle e erxed PAYSY SIREN Basketball 9 S 4 A klnllel hewrt could not be found than thlt of Pan y s PAUL STONE Typlm. Lontest S Detlamatozy Contest 3 l'lll6lll-AL Club 4 Class Play Natlonal Honor Soclety Paul doesnt say muvh hu when he does -,peak hls words carrv weight H ls. also tvplst of no small Rltllliy JOSEPH STUKFL M Pina ore lsketlmll '7 3 Football 3 4 SNRIIDTIIIUL I Tl'ltk 4 bl looks are often tlEtE'lXlTlL He IS a full of fun and pep as thev me lke em and tho e who know hlln xalue hls fllenflshlp RITA SW-UN Stax of the North Staff l Debate eVt Club 5 4 Ifolenslt Llub -I Cass Play 4 Natlonal Honor Solletx Rlta lS another of those tullents who made 'l ftlll years course ln three and a half and uley are glad she illll t To top al o her numerou amtlxltlcs ht ha taken he lead ln the class play What would we do wlth out her" -KMY SW ANISOW Volleg Ball Team Star of the North Staff Amy IS a slntere and dependable lrlrl PEARL SVVANSON horus Gypsy Roxel lrom Com mlttee 5 Pearl has the lecord ot' beln hte tallest ull lh the class We all know her and enJoy her fun HELIA TERSKA Helll ls uulet and IS EXE! a frlend ' V ' ': ' , S, U . ' . wel. . . 1 ' r . 1 A 4' . .' ' . I ' ' , 5' . 5. . . , l ' ' ' ' .' 1, . l ' ' 1 A '. ' 'J .If h . ne: , nn ri , ' s r s ' . l 1 s ' r ' .- I : ' ' I Q - I ' . -' y . I JB. I v ' F. , P- . h - ' 1 , 9 g 3 l UH. . S. ' f "3 lt: .- ' . .., 3, 4: ' I , g " ' f 1 '. ' ' 2. Joe appears tn be so fery quiet -and shy. 1' ' ' f. , s - l 5 , 1 ' ' , s ' - Y - - il, t 3 ' 3, 4: Ha - ' I Z, 3 ' ' ' 3 l Q' ' Y' Q s K - S ' 1 , . , v . - . . ' we s ' l ' . ' i . l f s ' ' s 1 ' s ' t 4 A A L 1 ' g ' 2. -C K, in .. V. , . , s n , l ' ., . . . ' X B, ,' . ' . - . ' . - ' V 'Z ' . ' . 'S . . . ' . - - - "X lSlLa1r Ofih lNolr lh' OLAF TOIVANEN Basketball Reserves 3 H M S Plnafore 3 Manager Swlmmlng Team 4 Now Olle dont be that way Olle gets hls share of teasing but we all llke hlm GEORGE TOMANI Hockey Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 'S 4 Track 3 4 Class Secretary 3 4 Prom Committee 3 Buddo IS a great sport He IS llked by all but seems to take more lnterest IH hls own sex than ln the opposlte Maybe thats why thls basketball player ls so lnterestlng PAUL TRAMZ Edltor Star of the North Sail' 3 4 Plnafore 3 FOYEDSIC Club 4 Edltor ln chlef of Annual Here IS our class artlst and Semons equal as a Jester Hls smlle IS one that drwes cares away Paul has been very actlve class BHRIYS and a great class booster JANE TRIMBLE Captaln 12B Glrls Basketball Star f the North 4 Swlmmlng Team 4 HaeW 3 4 Presldent 4 Property Manager of Class Play National Honor Soclety Jane wants actlon and she generally gets It wlth results She IS good natured and happy for a busy person IS always the happlest IRENE TUHKANEN Basketball 3 4 Hcckev 4 Soccor 'S Prom Commlttee Irene IS full of pep and fun Perhaps one of the reasons that she s so well llked lS because she IS ever conslderate of others IRENE TUOMY Hlbblng Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 2 Qulet and ever courteous are lrenes hlx.,hly commendable qualltles TRELLIS VENAAS Basketball Trellls loves a good tlme She IS good na tured and Wllllng to work FLORENCE VIPOULOU Basketball 4 Baseball Fleld Hockey 4 We are glad that Florence deserted th January class to Joln us She has been actlve worker for the school BERNICE WEST Bernlce lS qulet and wery dependable She ls ever ready to be a true frlend SYLVIA WILLI AMSON Glrls Fleld Hockey 3 We are all ln search of happlness but Sylvia seems to have found lt X 5 . , ' . L Z , 1 'f 1 'v C , I v I . , . .. ,, t ' 5 . ' . , , . ' in . . , , .. 0 ,, . - . ' . . x 1 ' , . . 1 . 1 -I 1 fe , . ,A . , . 9 ' ' .. an I 7 Q ' , W , WSI Of U16 lNcOIl' lllf DONALD WALGREN Dun is quiet but a hit nl' fun is ulwzxy June after all. SYLVIA WIRTANEN lhlskclllzall rl: Ficlcl Hlwlfuy 2. Sylvia mms ihruugh lifc wrm1elin1w happy fur ull H10 wnrlll lnvvs n smilff. 1950 mmeulfm: Uv him. He is in several. :1 umlrl fellow. Dun seems to prefer in urzulxmic in smnetilncs sud. Happy generally il :xppq-:xrf m'W....,::',NlStar Of the 1No1r1Llh0 mm Ahlstrand Evelyn Anderson Eugene Anderson George O Ballv Rlchard Batzer Klrk Bentley Margaret Bocchl Ahda Bolcom Stanton Brude Roger Carlson VS alter Coffey Mary Coleman LOTI ame Cron Edward Cudmore John Eggan Gladys Fleck Rudolph Freeman Urho Gabrlelson Ahce Greene MZTIOH Greenwood Lorrame Grund Vlola Guss LeRoy Hanson Dorothy Hanson Rlchard Hughes Irene 11A Class Hupponen Axel Iverson Clara Jacobson Bermce lamleson Ross Jensen Chester Johnson Ardys Johnson Marjorie Josephson Agnes Kaner Evelyn Kelth Frances Kenner Julla K1ZeHkaV1Ch Sophie Lackary Vlolet LaFond Mlldred La1ne Remo Lanqulst Clarence LaPatka Veromca Laspl Esther Leppala Lxlly Llndgren Sylvla McFadden Donald Marchettl Mafalda Matala Raymond Mlller Russell Mlltxch Matt 1950 Muhar Margaret Nelson Harrlet Olson Donald Ostman Gllbert Paclottl Clara Passln Julla Passln MIHHIG Pepelnjak George Ralhala M1r1am Romer Alfred Roskoskl Amella Salo Irene Schlbel Dolly Shlelds Glenn 5 Slgel Robert Slren Pansy Tlllmans Charles Toness Erllng Toness Odln Vertln Paulme Vlezblcke Vnta Ellen West Floyd Wutanen Arne 'WW 9 7 7 . 7 9 . ! . lr ' . 7 1 - Q 7 . 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Aho Hella Allen A1110 Anderson Ethel Baker Allce Bankman Jack Be1koltz Myrtle Blss Vllglnla Bjorkman Emll Bolf Charles Blunettl Arnold Bulnett Maly Butler Anstlce Dorls Ingrld Carlson Carlson Woodl ow Carlson Chrlstlan Gladys Cxmperman Adolph Danlmen Irene Darln Glace Davenport Eunlce Davldson Irene Dench Mary Emmons Arthul Fablch Henry Falkoskl Mauon Fox Flank Gately Allen Gelllng Mary Glsh Carol Gwash Leo We 11B Class Hansen Wlllald Haryn Manue Hed1car1 Helen Helkkmen Ellen Helsla Ro Helmel Avls HQIVI Martha H111 Llna H111 Vera Hlllman Genevleve Hovxla Hllda Irwin Helen J acobson J amleson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Kangas Kangas Ingvold Wesley Bernhart Catherine al a a er Esthel Sylvla Kaufman Call Kelsey Howard Keskltala Helen KJoberg Helen Koskx George Koskl Sadle Koskl Vlolet Kytola L1ll1an LaF1ance Althemxse La1ne Alma Laukka Alvo Leamon John Lee Florence Llndrud M1ld1ed McCabe Margaret McQuade Robert Mak: Edward Makl Gertlude Makl Ina Makl Walter Maklverta Vera Matara To1n1 'VIet1ch John Mllavetz Danlel Mollan Ahce Morgan Albert M01 rls Shlrley Nelson Fern Nelson F101 ence Nleml Ellen NISSIHCH Chrlstme Nocerme Yolanda Oas Agnes Oas Alxce OD0nnell Edna Palml Remo Palo Rosabelle Pappone Henry Pelto Ellen Pelton Elmer Perala Chfford 19560 Perkola Sadie Perry John Petel son Myrtle Peterson Novla Pln rey Kathellne R166 Helen Rosantlch Lucy Rosloif Theodore Santa George Saranen Aune Shaplro Maxme Slppola Onnle Snell Marguerxte Sooger Oscar Stapleford Edlth Steranko Genevleve Strle Mary Sunnarberg Hulda Tamte Ruth Tanttlla Helml Terch Lawrence Toman Emmet Trudeau Clarke Tynmla Irga Verblck Rose V0nMehren L1ll1an Vranlcar Joseph Vukellch Thomas Wessman Lllllan Wood Nora Znafnlroskl Angellne Weill l l l I 5 l ! 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Ahlstrand Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Babxrackl Ethel George A Jerome L1 y Norm Allce Bentley Eleanor Bel geson Kathel me Bergman Evald Bomcatto John Bourcxer Ruby Boytxe Fannle Burke Vxctor Burris Scott Canelake Stella Conners Marjorle C1 aven Eifner Cuppolettl Rena DeLuca Mary Dvsyer Robert Elkmgton VV1lfred Fragmto Antomette Glanlorenzl Edlth Grmde Dorothy Gunderson Dawny Hanson Carol Hull Lydla H111 Marguerlte Jancsm Veronica Jenla Frleda Johnson Alvm 10A Class Johnson Esther Johnson Helen O Josephson Astrld Kearney Ruth Klng Vlolet Klekotka Stella Knutson Margaret Kreltzer Leslle LaFond Raymond Lasslla Martha LeCla1r Lawrence Lmdgren Theodore Llndy Clarence Lund George McLeod Lorrame Mack James MacVett1e Vmcent Marlme Eleanor Martenus Mildred Mattlla Helen Mattson Irene Mlltlch Steve Musdatello Enna Nelson Arlet Nlvala Oras 0bld0WSkl Mary Ollver Champ Olson Harold Oxlck Erllng Pearsall Robert Pederson Margalet 1950 Perry Many Jane Peterson Melvln Pltkanen Edlth Raukar Albert Rlchards Mark ROJ6Skl Katherme Roszak Frank Rued Arthur Santa Tony Scharr Margaret Shanedllng Pearl Sheppard Roger Shlelds 'VIer1yn Slade Beatrlce Some Harold Spehar Anne Spreltzer Rudolph Strle Joseph Sulm Helen Symonlak Vlrglllla T1n1 Ada Tlhl Inez Vack Eleanor Weaver Paulme Welanden Ellse West Vernon Wllhams Alvo Wxlllams Ruth Wlllmg Dorothy Wrlght Clara WWW v s ' y ' , ' , . l . 7 . . 9 7 1 ' 'I . .' 7 . 1, j an , ' D , r 9 u, I , . - y Q , ' v ' r , 4 , Q , , . y . r y 1 . 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V y - - y s ' 9 ' D Y Y 5 Q 7 11 V511 OfU'le lNoJl' lhf H Ahlquxst John Ahlstrand Ellen Ahlstrand Mable Altobelll Jenn e Ander on Beatrlce Anderson Em11 Anderson I rantes Babxch Jerly Baron Ida Benson wllll3lh Bergman Elmer Berlne Ramona B1skey Franklm Braxlxsh Helga lirunettl Jenn1e Brgers Vaughn Burgher Edward Carlson Ruby Lalhster Mona Cherne Russell Ch1lcote Donald Chopp I ours Chr1st1anson Gladys Dahl Mildred Darlma Marlon Daudson Llllxan Delesl 1 John Dlamond Loretta Drake Bexerly Dubrulel G raldlne Dwyer Phxllls rg. an Archel l'ny,,man Alvm Fn strom Hugh Erickson Jean Fuckson Viola Flelds Myrtle Fleck W1ll1am Cap, ne Mayme Gelhny MBYJOTIE Cxll Norman Colden Pearl Greenwood Lucille Haapala Bertha HRBXlSt0 Ernest 10B Class Hallberg VVallace Halvorson In a Hansen Loxs Hanson Mary Jean Heelstone Ethelyn Helkkxla Towlo Hegda Lou1se Hendr1ckson Esther hervl Nels H111 Edwln H111 George H111 Margorxe Hoey Eleanor Hoffex Lucllle Hughes Catherme nugl-les John Impola Esther Isaacson Dagmar Jankoutch Mollle Jema Clarence Johnson Gale Johnson Robert Johnson Vernon Kervmen Aura K1shel Bernxce Kxusto Mar Kxsenkavleh Henery Kjorstad Lewls Knutson Mxldred Koskx Axlxe Kozan Joe Kuus1sto Remo La Beau Wllbert Lame Edmond Iappala Dan Larsen Merton Larsen Earl Larson Jean Lattanzx Franklln Lento Wamo Leppala Bertha Lxndeman Elvle Lucas Theodore Iuft' Forrest Lule Rlchard Iuu men Helen McDonald Arthur McDonough James McDonough Mabel Mclnnls John McKenz1e Lols Magnusson Ollver Makl Helv1 Manmkko Arthur Martxn Clarence Maryland Royal Mattson R1chard 'Vhchelson Harry Whettmen Mlldred M1ller M1chael Moesenthm Adelade Morell June Murphy lieatrlce Naplerala Mary Nesbltt Arthur Nordxum Wxllxam 0 Leary Raymond Ostman Robert Paclottl hsther PaJar1 Remo Paul Harry Penttlla Lorna Pepelnjak John Perala Mildred Peterson Carol Peterson Helen Pfeiffer Jane Pxel-.kola Eva Pladson Clara Plutt Anna Pogue Dorthy Prasky Luc1lle Ranta Melvln RQHZSLIIB Dom1n1c Rlchards Ann Rlnell Amella Rxsberfr Fern Roblnson Raymond Roen Mlldred Rosman John Rowan Cecll Rued Robert Salmxnen Clarence Sarell Helen Sauve Dorls Schlbel Harrlet SCIDIOHI Dom1n1c S1821 Kermlt blS9l Marle Sgoblom Mlrlam Skaurud 'Vlarvln Slade Florence Slade Russell Sladke Rosalle bmegal Madge Statsman Leona Steplc-h Ignace SuoJanen Taxsto Tast Remo Teller Wanda Terch Lucy Txllman Henry Txllmans Irvmg Trotto Tony Tuhkanen Tovlo Vlncent Bermce Vlatkowlch Mar Volght Edna Voog Ayrls Vranlcar Josephme Waananen Irma Waara Cecella Walsa A111 Watson Elleen Wavernack Helen Wlklund Floyd Wlklund V1o1a Wmkler Grace Wood Lorenz Wrobleskl Genevleve Wrobleskl Zlgmund Zadra Chester Zlegler Marxe 1950 rw 1 1 1 A 11 1 1 . , . 1 1 I s, , , 1 1 . 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"Q, WN. ,IQQIQI ggM-I,,,g.i I -gif f uf Q ,,,-,, AI FRFD Ml' RRITT The ll-lhstory of the Mesahl Range LFRED M14 RRITT vuth SIX men establlshed a Lamp m Mt hon ln Mauh 1889 and W01l'xQll untll they tound ole YVl'llLl'l wae not untll the SUIHYNQI ot 1800 They had expended 520 000 ln needless Kllllllllg' operatlons becauie the wheels of a wagon had cut so deeply 1nto the uppel S011 the ole was dlsclosed In that eame eummen on Julv 11 the Me111tt brothels organlzed the Mountam I1on Company and wlth the Nlountam Iron development wolk well ln hand they took an optlon on the Bmablk mlne At about that tune ole was dlseox eled by the acre All lt needed xx as Qomeone to mme lt and a 1alllOaCl to cauv t The two Mellltt tomparnes the BlXNB.lD1lx IH tuxn lmullt a load fiom Mountaln hon to Qtony B1ook hom Qtonv Bxoolx they made a conneetlon to the Qupellor ole docks Tlllb xallload extenslon uae fatal to the 'Vlelxltts and when they tued to bulld the lallload on into Duluth and have thc ole closer to theu I'I1lI'l85 Grant and XN1tl'19lS heads oi the old Iallloafl hueked The xIQl'llttS had such gleat falth ln the M6S3b1 that they stalted the xallload Yllth the help of Wetmore secletaly of the Amellcan Steam Balge Company In Febxuaxy 1894 they became so lndehted that Roekefellel lelleved them Th1Q was the final outcome of the gleat Meultt famxly ln Lonnectlon XYlth the Nlesabl mnge 1 . , 1 1 O O 1 , , . . , . r ' , ' . , ' . V L ' x. . ' .4 5 J 1 , 1 '-S ' .' ' . ' . ' . , . , . . . A v ' - ' 1 l p I 1 - i -, L y .. .. . J, , 1 , . . , , ' fi l w y l p 7 1 A a ' v ' ' - ' - . . .u .77 v . -' ax ' , ' v ' r Mountain Iron, advanced S400,000 to the Duluth and Winnepeg Railroad Company ' . ' . . ' . A . rg ' . L - . r , , . . . ' , L , .' . . .k.. ' . .. ' . ,lf L-' V K '. . 1 . .' sy , .' ' . ' . ' , . . ' . ' .7 f V' . , . ' . ' . 3 . V I if 1' 1 . 1 ' ' I v - ' . v' . . , -' . . . . , . ,m""ll51La,11' Of U16 lNo1r 1110 ,.............. Semor Class Play October 24 and Z5 1929 SQUARE CROOKS On October twenty foul and twenty five the Mld Year Class of 1030 presented Squale Crooks a comedy mystery of three acts by James P Judge The play was attended by an exceptlonally large audlence whlch was kept ln constant laughter by the humor ln the productlon CAST Eddle Elllson Alvln Peterson Kay Elllson h1S Wlfe Zelma Maln Jane Brown thexr f11end Ruth Qulst Mls O Rourke the landlady Ruth McVett1e Sonow the mald Tme Makl Tlmothy Hogan the police selgeant Raymond Woods Lalry Scott Eddle s frlend Hovs ard Knutson Halry Welch a dectectlve Clayton Bentley Roland Tucker John Clancy Welchs alde Bernard Dorfman Mrs Phllhp Carston a soclety leader Catherlne Denms PRODUCTION STAFF Dlrector Roy Fetherston Costumes Plopertles MISS Stella Ogren Class Advlsor Mlss Gulbrandson Faculty Advlsor MISS Macfarlane Bus1ness Manage1s Roland Tucker Wallace Conner Stage Managex Swande Hallberg Property Commlttee Bernaxd Dorfman Vlolet Hallberg, Emo Wall u aa ' ' , ' ' . . 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J ' fi C ------'---T-' 1950 Hwlbalr Off-he lNo1r 111' mm Top Row H Engstrom W Polrler K Batzer P Tramz Center Mr Leyden Advlsor M Jaffe Secretary O Schochow Pesldent R Beresford Sergeant at Arms K Murphy Vlce Presldent P Stone Bottom D Bo shardt W Benson A leterson Past Presldent D Dahl R W1el'1ml Boys Forenslc Club Thls club, as the name lmplles IS a dramatlc club started, for the purpose of promotmg lnterest 1n publlc speaking by Mr Roy Fetherston, a f01l'l16I' teacher of publlc speaklng On March 13 the club presented ln an assembly a one act play called The Pot Bo1le1s The roles, both male and female, were taken by the boys of the club Thls group has been actlve slnce lts orgamzatlon The boys TCCGIVB practical appllcatlon of parllamentary law duung thelr meetlngs The clubs membelshlp was mcreased wxth the advent of the new year, when several new tenth gladers Jomed x I 1 ----f-T a 1930 -D tttt tt t .L"TmtTlStar Of the lNolr 111' mm... Top Row Marlon Krogdahl Charlotte Code Jane Trlmble Patsy Johnson Jeanlce Patten and Margorle Dewar Mlddle Row Mlss Norma C lV'lller fadvlserb Eleanor Polrler Rlta Swaln Inez Dahl Gladys Bruneau and Gladys Close Bottom Rosl Zelma Maln Marguerlte Dorrlnlck Ruth Anderson Dolores McGll1vary Bertha Larson and Catherlne Dellnls I-lac W Club Presldent Bertha Lalson Secletaly Margorle Dewar Treasuler Ruth Anderson Colors Blue and Sllyer The Hae VV luncheon club nas olganlzed ln Novelnbel nlneteen twenty elght Dlllllallly as a soclal group The Hae W Club sponsors the annual extemporaneous contest for g1llS The name of the club means These Women , slgnlfylng that lt IS a femlnlne olganlzatlon Meetlngs ale held evely other Monday ln the Junlor hlgh school Cafetefla at whlch tlme the membels ale enteltalned wlth a ploglam, and the DUSIHQSS of the club IS Ca11lLd on Thls club 13 a well known group ln the hlgh school and Iolenlost efforts are belng put forth to make lt a lastlng organlzatlon Membels and OmC6lS ale elected at the beglnnlng of every semestel In the electlon of 1930 the f0llOXVlI1g became menlbels Anne Spehal M3119 Devlch Ex elyn Ahlstrand Althenllse La Flance, Eva Peterson, Allce Oas, LOUISE Jensen, Mlllam Ralhala To be ellglble for membership a gul must be ln Senlor hlgh school, have a D average, and 'rake palt ln extlaculllculal actlvltles was 11950 Www X I l l ' : ', . l , , , , , . 1 l .Q A, ,, . . . . . 3 l , . 1 . 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Top Row George Toman Arnold Stockey Mr Olson Stanton Bolcom Rudolph Fleck Second Rows Donald Olson Alv1n Peterson Bert Slade Lloyd Dammen John Cudmore Mr Buntrock Bottom Row Harry Isakson Geox-pe Pepelngak Charles Ketola Clayton Bentley Donald Haskxns H1 Y Club The Vllglnla H1 Y Club IS an Aiflllated H1 Y Club of Ameuca , a member of the natlonal o1gan1zat1on of afhllated H1 Y Clubs The local group was orgamzed by Carlos S Chase, 1n 1992 The membershlp of e1ghteen IS constant new members bemg elected whe11 the older members graduate Act1v1ty 1n school llfe SOClabll1ty and outstandmg leadersh1p 1n such thmgs as sports scholarshlp or muslc goveln the electlon of new membels The purpose of the H1 Y IS to Create, malntaln, and extend thloughout the hool and commumtv h1gh standards ot' Chr1st1a11 character Its platform Clean speech clean sports, clean scholarsh1p and clean l1v1ng Durlng 1ts evlstence the H1 Y has tr1ed to show what h1gh school l1fe should leally be to a young man and ltS varlous members have actxvely part1c1pated 1n foot ball basketball Swlmmlng hockey and olchestra A numbe1 of soc1a1 houls and a Lettermen's Banquet are annually sponsored by the club Officers thls year have been Fall Term Sprmg Term Chaxles Ketola Pres1dent Donald Olson George Pepelnjak Vlce Pres1dent Paul Reed Harry Isakson Secretary Bert Slade Roland Tuckex T1easure1 Halry Isakson Th1s yea1 s advlsors have been M1 Olson and Mr Buntroclt 1950 W 0 : 1 - - 1 1 - ' 'Z , - 1 v v - I - - 1 ,, y v 1 - O 1 .b . . . . 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B CLARINETS T1 otto Tony Lattanzl Mose Ilse Fledeuck Bankman Pearl Klabechek Jane Bosshardt Davxd Euckson Clarence Coleman Laurlne Pappone Armond Batzel Klrk D1ake Beverly Ixvsm Helen Flellllng Orvllle Walkel Bllly Blllll'lg'S Lee Ostman Robel t LaPatka Lawrence Bolcom Stanton K161tZG1 Leslle M1ltlCh Anthony Max t1n Russell BARITONES Gulld Mauuce T1 otto James ALTO CLARINET Hughes Bernald BASSES Gulld Russell Mlltlch Matthew Tscholl Joseph Collander Ray CORNETS M1nell1 Charles Mlller Russell Tast Remo Bulghel Edward Bushnell Robert Santa George Ilse Clalk SCIDIOYII Domlnxc Raukal Albert HORNS Johnson Alvln Bul ghel Wllllam Sandbul g' Wllllam Copper ud Roy TROMBONES Isakson Harry Lamml Stanley Hallman Irls Johnson Robert Bankman Jack Pel ala Cllfford DRUMS Mlltlch Steve Bul 1 IS Scott Ive1 son Carl Re1d Edward Wennen Cyr1l Grew Wllllam SAXOPHONES Stukel Joseph Leskmen Velkko Dealholt Vernon LeRoy Guss Blskey Franklln Wlklund Vlola FLUTES Halhday Crace Er1ckson Ruth B1 andt Lucllle Mott June Pappone Alba PICCOLOS Johnson Verner Rudd Ph1l1p E CLARINET Vanderpoel George 1930 New High School Band Praislgy, Lucille l . ' . . ' ,BASSOQNS I-hgh School Orchestra lst VIOLINS Swanson Slgurd Christiansen Stanley Mattson Ingred Mattson Irene Erickson Lorraine Greenwood Lucille Joyner John Ofstad Frances Fleming Orville Bailey Charlotte 2nd VIOLIN Ilse Bernice Anderson Clarence Sandberg William Coombes Richard Brandt Carol Tiikkainen William Lampi Neilo HORNS Johnson Alvin Burgher William FLUTES Halliday Grace Erickson Ruth Brandt Lucille CLARINETS McLeod James Trotto, Tony CELLOS Wiklund Viola Cucich Joseph TRUMPETS M1nell1 Charles Burgher Edward TROMBONES Isakson Harry DRUMS Reid Edward BASSES Trebilcock Alfred Klabachek Jane Miltich Matthew Hinchliff Clifford BASSOON Biskey Franklin SAXOPHONES Pappone Armond PIANO Olson Rhoda 1950 eww mmW"W'llStar Of U16 llXIo1rlUb! ,.............. , i , , Hillman, Iris m'WlT.i'.l5ll,6Lr Offh lN0ll' MWW Top Row P Tram? R Fleck R Isakson F lrwm L Gwash Center Row H Engstrom L Graxatos A Stockey R Woods V McVett1e D Tuttle mstructor Bottom Row I Grxggs B Hughes C Iensen A Towonen D McFadden Boys Glee Club Thls gloup comprlses the boys Glee Club for 1929 1930 At the beglnmng of the yea1 a few members wele added to the boys remalnmg from the June 1929 graduatlon M1 Tuttle dulled them unt1l the boys had at least thlee dlffelent plograms at the11 command Several lmpromptu quartettes VVEIG also formed w1th1n the club They appealed thlee tlmes before the students of the Vlfglhla Semor hlgh school ln assembly, once before the Buslness and Professlonal Womens Club, and once ln a llght opela called Cleopatra The female lead ln the play was taken by Floyd Ty Irwm Wlth Rudolph Fleck as the hero T 19340 'M : . ., . , . , . ' , . . : . , . Y , . , . , . , . , ' . : 4. 'V , . , . . , . , . . . . , . ' ,, Ll 77 ' LK 9! , , , , -- 5 ,N .lSl6l,ll' Of the North' tt Top Row Mass Paulson Hulda Sunnarborp' Marcelll 'VlcInn1s Reglna Rlchards Eileen Watson Shirley Morrxs Mlddle Row Agnes Helemu Dolly Schlbel Catherlne MOFTlb Ardys Johrson Margaret Llllleo Fllen Pelto Miss Hanson Bottom Row Margaret Carey Pearl B nkman Harrlet Qchlbel Naldlne Hanson Grace Winkler Anne R chards TflfH1 Club Presldent Regma R1Cha1 ds Secretary Margaret L1ll1co Treasurer Shxrley Morris The Trl H1 club has passed lts second year of exxstence successfully ThlS Ol gamzatlon has undertaken to fete the letter glrls at an annual banquet On alternate Mondays, the glrls meet at the cafeterla to conduct buslness meetmgs, and on the other Mondays, the meetlngs are held at the Y W C A The club has numerous partles throughout the year, and at Chrlstmas, lt stages a party for the benefit of needy chlldren 195 ' A vice-PreS1dg5L"'f.ff.'.f'.'.'ff.'ffffffffff' f,,f,fff,, Anne Richards M"f.:'W"'.,.,.,':.'...H"dlS1I,aL11' Ofihe 1No1r lhf Wm. Top Row Mr Mcllvenna icoachl Kendall Murphy Robert Beresford Martm Jaffe Bottom Row Orvllle Schcchow Rxta Swam Wllllam Poirier Debatmg Team The Vuglnxa Debatlng team held four debates and were twlce v1cto11ous and twlce defeated on the state questlon Resolved That the present petty O1 trlal Jury system 1n the Unlted States be abollshed The first debate held January 24 at Ely was won unanlmously by the Vlrglnla team The second debate was lost to Gxlbert wlth a score of 3 O In the th1rd debate held ln Intelnatlonal Falls the Vlrglnla team proved 1ts ab1l1ty by wlnnmg wxth a score of 2 1 The members of the V1rg1n1a team who partlclpated ln the two final debates were Rlta Swaln Robert Beresford and Orulle Schochow We feel lndebted to M1 Mcllvenna who worked hard and contlnuouslv mn produc mg thls hlghly commendable team to represent the Vlfglnla hlgh school We 1950 New w : . , , . , . : . 1 , .v . .1 . . o Q Y X 7 S 3 ' - v 1 9 - . ' , 1 9 Y' 4 1- AMT :'.TL':.WmlStar Of the lNoJrlLll1f ,........... Top Row Floyd Irwm Clark Trudeau Erlmg' Toness George Santa Bottom Row Ingrid Carlson MZYJOTIQ Dewar Marlon Krogdahl Jane Tnmble Star of the North Staff The Star of the North has completed 1ts tenth year of exlstence Durlng thls tlme many staffs have come and gone l'he staff thls semester, as well as those of past semesters, has endeavored to puhlxsh a paper to please the faculty and student body fact that there was no class m Journallsm thls semester, the paper has been lssued every two weeks, when condltlons h-we made lt p0SSlble It has cons1sted of four pages each tlme and has almed to brmg the news of all school act1v1t1es to everyone lnterested The present staff now lays down ltS relns and wlshes complete success to the next staff taklng them up 1950 www as a whole. Although handicapped by the lack of experienced reporters, due to the mWg?mW1Star Of U1 1No1r1Lll1' mm. Top Row Bernard Durfman Swande Hallber Wallace Conner Mxddle Row Ida Impola 0'nn1e Emckson Harry Spreltzer Marvm H111 T1n1 Ma1x1 Bottom Row Margaret Carey Catherme Denms Pearl Banl-man Mable Matt on Ma1ga1et Ca1ey Swande Ha1lbe1g Wallace Cormel Hany Sp1e1tzu Manm H111 ww' January Annual Staff Pea11 Bankmavm Ed1tO1 ln C'h1ef Photographs Onme E1 1CkSOT1 Lltelaly Edltol Catheune Denms Asst EdltO1 Mabel Mattson Featule Ed1to1 Tme 'VIak1 Spolt Edltor Ida Impola Belnald Dorfman PhOt0g1aphS Feature L1te1 al y Sport L1t8l ary Ed1to1 Ed1tOl Edltor Edltor Act1v1t1es 1950 TWQTW X C I :"'.,....H"....1'X51La11' Off-he Mor Ill' mm. Top Row I-loyd Irwm Regina Rlchards Eleanor Polrler Paul Tramz Bottom Row Maman Krogdahl Agnes Helenlus Frames Ofstad Frances Keith june Annual St:-1H Paul Txamz Ed1tOF ln Chlef Regma Rlchards Sport Edltor Frances Ofstad Senlor Ed1t01 Eleano1 Polrler Feature Edltor Floyd Irwln Sport Edltor Flances Kelth Asst Edltor MHTIOH Krogdahl Asst Edltor Agnes Helemus Soclal Actlvltles we 11950 eww ,4,M'A51Lar Of U16 lNo1rlLll1' ,.....m.... Top Ron Onme Erickson Swande Hallberg Wallace Connor Edwm Hakala Alvm Peterson Bottom Rovs Bexnnce Zybek Catherlne Denms Ru h Qulst Zelma Mam Pearl Banlxman january Natlonal Honor Socnety NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY hundled tvs enty SIX has acqulred tvv enty s1x new l'1X6l'Tlb61S f1OH1 the Janualy and June classes of nmeteen hundled thuty They vsele chosen flom the uppel quarte1 of the class on a baS1S of scho1a1sh1p, leadelshlp, chauacter, and SEIVICP Keys ale plesented the new members by the School Board at 1n1t1at1on T 195 nw' Q i x 1 T The Lafayette Bliss Chapter of the Honor Society, organized in January nineteen m.."'um'AlS1La.11' Of J'-he 1No1rlUhW mm Top Row Eleanor Poirier Kendahl Murphy Orville Schochow Paul Stone Martin Jaffe Middle Row Margaret Llllico Marian Krogdahl Rita Swain Jane Trimble Frances Keith Ina Kmnunen Mary Hall Bottom Row Charlotte Bailey Elvira Lane Agnes Helenius Helen Flann Miss Knickerbocker June National Honor Soclety LAFAYETTE BLISS AWARD Mrs Lafayette Bliss has recently established two permanent awards of ten dollars each ln memory of her husband the late Mr Lafayette Bhss former superintendent of the Vlrglllla. schools At every June Commencement this ten dollar gold piece is Honor Societies Character, scholarship service and cooperation of the pupils are con sidered when making the selections As Mr Lafayette Bliss was an eminent educator ln Virginia during the years of his superintendency 1904 to 1910 it seems fitting that the Honor Society should be named after him and that this permanent award should be established in his memory The members of the faculty and the students of the high school appreclate the thoughtfulness and generosity of Mrs Bliss in mak mg possible these awards wwf 1930 eww w given to the most outstanding boy and girl, chosen from either the Mid-year or June - 1 - 4 - 1 1. i Q--1 1 l51La1r of U1 1No1r1Uh.f R lETop Row DeLyle Perry Remo Lame John Lame Frank Povroznlk Robert Beresford Edward 050 Fourth Row Rosabelle Palo Sylvla Kangas Mamie Aho Vera Hill Signe Miller Ethel Anderson Alma Lame Helen Hedlcan Mildred Dahl Leone Statsmann Pearle Johnson Hella Aho Third Row Janette Randall Mayme Haryn Helen Laakkonen Gertrude Maki Elsie Alanen Edna ODonnell Helen O Johnson Ellen Isaacson Hilda Horlla Ruth McElhg0tt Jean Gow Second Row Helm! Tanttila Sadie Koskl Gudrun Westby Helga Brandt Vera Peterson Amy Swanson Rosella Schellenberg Mary Hall Ilma Kesmen Hella Terska Helen I Mattson Not m the plc ure Ayhe Allen Ruth Carlson Edna Dahlin Nellie Doane Aura Kervmen Mary Kingsley Ina Klnnunen Helen KJoberxr Ellen Nleml Christian Nlssinen Sadie Pcrkola Helen Sarell Russell Amundson Out of Town Students Vnginia high school attracts many out of tovun students who further then educa tions undel its tutelage The majority of these students work for thelr board and room These students have formerly been organized as the Lou Henry Club, but thls year, organlzatlon was not considered necessary There IS no non resident fee foi Virginia s out of town students ww 950 WWI First Row: 'Toine Matara, Lillian Kytola, Elma Heelstone, Lillian von Mehren, Mildred Miettinen, . . . , ,,,' if V -.K"u".l5lLilll' Ofihe lNoJr lhf ,............. Top Row Buss Bailey Lame Flann Ftzrcen Pladson Middle Row Vlesbiske Vlpoulou Devlch Greenwood Sjohlom Lllllco Bankmwn Tuttle Bottom Row Calllster MacVett1e Anderson McG1llvary Mann Conners G1rls Glee Clulb ti aught wlth experiences and undertakings Durlng the first semester they presented Lady Francis This semester they gave as thelr annual operetta Mary Plckford fPI'0VlS0, This 1S the first year they have given an operetta wlthout the amd of the Boys Glee Club The Girls Club has entertalned at many social functlons and has become a necessity to the school we 119560 -qw ' 7 The Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Donald Tuttle, has passed a year mWT.Z'LW5tar Of U16 lNo1r1Lll1W mm. Senlor Class Play May 2 1930 SO THIS IS LONDGN On May second nmeteen hundred and thlrty the June class presented S0 Thls IS London a three act comedy by Arthur Goodrlch Hiram Draper Jr Ellnor Beauchamp Lady Amy Ducksworth Huam Draper Sr M1s Hlram Draper Flunky at the Rltz Alfred Honevcutt Lady Beauchamp Thomas J ennmgs Coach Costumes and Sta BUSINESS Manager WHT CAST Arnold Kaukanen Rlta Swa1n Charlotte Code Orvllle Schochow Ir1s Hillman Floyd Irwm Wllllam Poxrler Bertha Makynen Stanley Lamml Paul Stone BUSINESS STAFF Mr Leyden g Decoratlons Advertlslng Manager Marlan Krogdahl Miss Ogren P1ope1ty Managers Patsy Johnson Martln Jaffe Jane Tumble 1950 new u n . . ,, . . 9 J V H ' ' , . .........,.....,. ...........,...............,.,......,..,. . ' ' , . ....,.....................,.....,., .,... .... ......,... . . l Sir Percy Beauchamp' .......,..,...............,........,.....,........ Kendall Murphy e ' ...... ' ' ., ' . : : ::: :: Q' T aw pf 5 O 'gg 7 dx an dw ag LL A-Ex, A- A ATHLETICS f'M"' "t""'m'm'W"f"gg g: 'Fg':':'f,"' h--All J -' -' A-jr--4-Q-' hlvff --- 'fig 2 , . Agia, .g A is a ,Z D 4. -' 'r :fi 32:4 f l..,' ,, V l u f ' h 'Ip'-f -I 2 X 'AR f' ' , AQ I 7- x Q! Q V . X 'F' ' '1 ff, Nix v N ,-, . -.,VX ' . 2, x ,N in if ,ibfv H4 4f.f diwkw kiwi? Q w3QM.:uMffwf'-Lf-w:1'm:flfM CASSIUS C MERRITT The ll-lllstory of the Mesabl Range ASSIUS C MERRITT was the head efcplolex of an engmeeung corps engaged m lunnlng a sulvey for a 1a1l1oad llne flom Duluth to Wmnepeg Mamtoba He lan the explollng lme fxoln the mouth of the Stulgeon IINQI alound the south side ot the lake and then to YV1nnepeg In locatlng thxs llne through township Nolth, range elghteen west, ln sectlon 5 just at the height of land on the illWldQ of the w atexways he saw a boulder ot lron ore and brought It to Duluth Thls was the fn t thunk of pure non ole taken off the Mesabx range Ercplolatlon was not stalted on the Mesabl lange 101 some tlme after that All of the Merrltts knew the lange from end to end and thls accounts f01 them not glvlng up the lVIesab1 enterprlse As soon as Mlnnesota state for two hundred lotatlons not only on the Mesabl but sometlmes twentv hwe and fifty mlles out of the LOUISL a few of which alt not m the held of ucplolatlon today Lon Mulltt IS also eonnetted wlth the tladltlon of the tree wlth the OIL stlukmp, to lts roots He was supposed to have had a Lane made out ot that tree wxth a ienule smelted flom the ole Some people dxsbellexe that thele evel w s a tree that plax ed such a 1113101 part m the dlseosely of ole but as thls same tlee fell down and almost uushed the camp soon after the dlscoxely ot ole theme ms small doubt left as to the truth of this stmy l O O . I w y w 1 ' v ' . ' , A ' ' s Y .' ' . . .' v . . , ' . . ' ' ' 'V v 1 ' Y . . ' Y v gn - ' . . V qv- v . vu 1 I I I ' lands were opened to leasing, the Merritts, namely Leonidas Merritt, made filings ' . ' , A 'y .. ' 3 V N - ' V 4 , . , . . ' A. . S. , . . ' ., ,' ' .. N - - . L ' ' Y 1 . va 1 tv b. ' . 1 ' ' , v s n , ' . ' y . . . ' , V . ' . . , ' , , 1 ,2"Zwl5t,aL11' Ofihe 1No1r lhf .............. Lanai Top Row Hanson Jamieson Hall GFIIIHS Cudmore Mlchals Johnson Woods LaFond Mlddle Row Fxde lnsslstant coachl Toman Wall Pepelmak Olson N Palml R Palmx Miller Hughes Mlchels lcoachl Hurst fathletlc dxrectorj Bottom Row Raukkar Staff Brude McBr1de Guss Kuberka Stukel Laukka Hakala Isackson fmanagerj Football Revlew Coach Mlchels started hls tralnxng season wlth an mexperlenced squad whlch through hls tueless efforts, he bullt mto a strong fast team that has glven a good account of ltself The openmg game wlth the Inte1nat1onal Falls eleven ended w1th a 26 all deadlock Many long spectacular runs made tue contest lnterestlng Even though the contest was the first of the season It brought out a Hash brand of football Pepelnjak carr1ed away all honols for Wlrglma, whllc Joseph Folmlck, and Kroll played major roles fol the Falls The follovung Saturday they journeyed to the Zenlth C1ty to defeat Denfeld by a 46016 of 6 to O The lone tallev was made by George Pepelngak, who, two plays befo1e the scoung run had clrcled left end to advance the ball 40 yards A superlor Vlfglnla hlgh school football team won a 13 to 6 trlumph over the we M1150 New 4- Q .. A 1 l i O When the call for football candidates was issued, there was a good response. . ,. . . . b , i . 1 . - K I g et-X mxw5tdTQfUWmmT mms Flv hrgh school eleven rn the next contest The Vrrgrnrans tallred rn the second stanza when Toman recovered an Ely punt blocked by Palmr Olson on the next play carrred rt across and Peplnjak crashed through for the extra pornt Early rn the second quarter Vrr vlnra recovered a fumble on the 50 yard lrne and Bebsy on the next plav skrrted rrght end through a broken fleld for a touchdown The erctra pornt was mrssecl The home comrng game spelled Vrrgrnras Hrst defeat of the season Hrbbrng an old rrval utrlrzed rts superror werght rn the lme to smash through for long garns wrth both backs alternatrng rn carryrng the ball Donald Olson Vuglnras rrght half back paved the way for the locals score late rn the final perrod when he rnter cepted a pass on hrs own 35 vard lme and made a beautrful run of 40 yards The game came to a close wrth a score of 15 to 7 Lackrng the offensrve servrces of rts two star ball carrrers Bebsy and Don Olson the Vrrgrnra hrgh school football team vent down to an 18 to 0 defeat at the hands of the strong Eveleth hrgh school aggregatron rn the Eveleth athletrc park Vrrgrnra was forced to resort to a defensrve game throughout the contest due to the fact that Olson was not rn the lrneup because of xnclrgrbrlrty and Pepelngak strll sufferrng from rnrurres recerved rn the Hrbbrng game was unable to carry the ball McBrrde and Nulo Palmr suffered several fractured rrbs rn tryrng to stop the Eveleth attack Conquerrng the strong Grlbert team by a score of 14 to 7 the Vrrgrnra eleven brought rts season to a successful close The game was closely contested wrth Grlbert leadrng at the half by a 7 to 0 count Vllglnla played superror ball rn the first thrrd and fourth quarters but Grlbcrt held an edge rn the second quarter Pepelnjak made both touchdowns bv playrng a sensatronal game The Vugrnra hrgh school was honored wrth the placrng of men on the All Range teams Bebsy Pepelngak star half back was selected for one of the backfield posrtrons on the first team Cudmore and Toman tackles were honored wlth second team selectrons and Don Olson stellar Vngrma back was chosen for a posrtlon on the thrrd team Palmr center was awarded honorable mentron The team wrll lose a few of rts regulars because of graduatron but the prospects for another good season are brrght SEASON S RECORD Vrr grnla Internatronal Falls V11g'1I113. Duluth Denfeld Vrrgrnra E y Vrrgrnra. Hrbbrng Vrrgrma Eveleth V11 grnra Gllber t 1950 'W H " ' ' ........,..............., 26 ' .,.. ,26 " ' ' .......,...,.,...,,,..,.., 6 ,.r,. 0 ' ' ' .... ......,,............. 1 3 l .,.,.,..,................,....,... .. 6 ' " ,,.....,.............. 7 ' ' ............r......,., ....,.15 ' " .,.,, . .........,.,.. 0 ...,....., ,,,.,.,,,., . ..,.,18 " ' ' .. ..,.........., ,..,. 1 4 ' ' ....,.,. , ,... 7 5 L, .d ,....'u"W'...:i'..H"lSlI,e1.11' Of U16 lNo1rlLll1' ............... Top Row Carol Peterson Rose Verbeck Alice Mollan Ellen Vlxta Do Hanson Elsxe Lmdras Ruby Carlson Irene Salmmen Mlss Lomen 4coachp Bnttcm Rovs Helen Vanecek Vlolet Kosln Ima Tynnlla Aune Saranen Sylvla Wllhamson Jenny Brunnettl Jo ephme Vramcar Vxole Iarkery Florence Vxpoulou Irene Tuhkanen Glrls Fleld Hockey Fleld Hockey was olganlzed early ln September A lalge numbel of glrls lepolted for plactlce wlth MISS Lomen as the coach Irene Tuhkanen was elected manager and two teams wele formed namelv the Red and the Yellow The lmeup of the Red tanen E G1anlo1enz1,R Velbeck S WIIIIHMSOH, E Lmdros, E Zxeglel I Dahl and B Lalson the llneup of the Yellow team was L McLeod, captaln A Mollan P Shandlmg H Vanecek, I Salmlnen C Dennls A Saxanen F Vlpoulou J Vlanlcar, R Carlson F Vuta, and Ilene Tuhkanen, manager FIVE toulnament games were played 1n all of whlch both teams were evenly matched Helen Vanecek Dot' Hanson and Flolence Vlpoulou starled 1n several games The first touxnament game was played between halves of the Hlbbmg foot ball game The score vsas one to one At the lattel part of the season, AIICB Mollan became captam of the Yellow team -A Aw. K I O , 0 team was: D. Hanson, captaing V. Iioski, V. Lackry, J. Brunetti, C. Peterson, S. Wir- , 1 I . a I , n l . . I . . Q, 1 , . I , . . " ,A . 19540 xlsldll' of the North' Back Row June Morrell Shlrley Morris Evelyn Ahlstrand Margaret Bentley Mary Jane Perry E1'een Watson Mzrlam Ralhala Lorrame Coleman Dolly Schlbel Marcelll Mclnms Front Row Coach Lomen Irene Salmlnen Ardys Johnson Florence Slade Re ma Rlchards Maxme Shapiro Irene Tuhkanen Anstlce Butler Vlrgzma Blss Not ln Plcture Jane Klabecheck Charlotte Code Patsy Johnson Edna ODonnell Mona Calhster Dolores McG1llvary Maragarlte Dommlmc Maragaret H111 Ethel Ahlstrand G11-ls Soccer MISS Lomen sent out the call for Soccer ln September Seventy fxve gnls leport ed, all enthused about the new game that was supposed to resemble football but to the dlsappolntment of Charlotte Code, Margaret H111 Shlrley MOTTIS, and numerous others, 1t was found that one dld not recelve such 1nJur1es as the bovs dld ID football although Anstlce Butle1 demonstrated that she could be qulte a herolne by staymg 1n bed a whole day Two teams were organlzed Into the Reds and the Yellows The Reds elected Mal garet Bentley as captam, and Florence Slade became captam of the Yellows Reglna Rlchards was selected manager One practlce t1lt and one tournament game was played, and ln each the Red team emerged vlctorlous 'Q I s We 195 Www I ' 1 1 1 dl ' Y 7 , . L' . w 7 I. A 7 13 I - - flixx m4n.""W'x.w.,,,,"r,",.,Nl5lLa11l' Of U16 lNo1r lhf ,.............. Top Row Dorothy Johnson Irene fuhkanen Sylv1a Wnrtanen Bertha Makynen Pansy Slren M Lomen Bottom Row Lama Kaupmen Slgren Anderson tmanagerl lfllen Pakola lcwptmny Florence V mul u G1rls Basketball Thls vea1 a lalge number f gills came out for basketball so Mlss Lomen 01 gamzed a C0101 tournament and from that she had an Intel class toulnament The sen1o1 class team won the 1nte1 class tomnament wlth fOUl uctoues and no defeats The captain of thls team IS Ellen Pakola and busmess manager Slglen Andel son The othe1 team m the tOL11I'l3l110Tlt showed excellent playmg and deselves much Cl edlt Mlss Lomen coaches the guls and the semols feel the1e x1cto1y IS her v1cto1y If thls enthuslasm ke ps up we a1e su1e basketball w1ll be a leadlng spolt for the guls as well as the boys SEASON S RECORD 10th 11th 11th 10th 11th 12th G1 ade G1 ade G1 ade G1 ade G1 ade G1 ade 12th 10th 12th 12th 10th 11th 1950 G1 ade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade N l l iss . 1: Y ' ' H , v I ' ipm 0 . : A K ' ' y y A 4 , ' Y I - 1 n 0 .Q r , M ' ' , . . .. . 7 ' ., ,, 28 ' .. ,. ,, 10 ... . . 5 ' ..,. .,.,.. 6 ..,. ,., 14 ' .,... . . ...,. 9 ., . ,. 16 ' 6 . 35 ' . ,,.. 15 , , , 12 g:':m.Wl51Lar Of U1 lNOll'll,lD.l Wm.. ll JQM Top Row Mr Flde fcoachi Douglas Cudmore Raymond Myre Edward Cron Robert Johnson Leslie Grlgxzs John Cudmore Wllbert Lalieau Chester Jensen Merlco Saltnrelll Bottom Row Leroy Gus Russell Muller Roger Brucle Howard Maryland Kenne h Staff Don Roemer Charles Doane Boys Hockey Team one of its best seasons m years Coach Eide started out the season with a good number of h1s Veterans back and he soon whipped them lnto a formidable aggregation Vlrginia finished second in the standmg to the strong Eveleth hlgh team who went undefeated all season, and with only Sam Doane, goalie, lost through June graduation, prospects for the comlng year seem very bright The best game of the season proxed to be the 5 to 5 deadlock against the Eveleth Junior College the team that heretofore had neither been tied nor beaten There lS talk now of establishing a regular hockey league among the Arrowhead schools so that in comlng years hockey may be the leading spoit in this section of the country Virginia Virglnia Vlrglnia Virginia V1rg1n1a Vlrglhla Virginia Virginia Virginia SEASON S RECORD Eveleth Chisholm Eveleth Duluth Central H1bb1ng Eveleth J C Chisholm H1bb1Hg J Duluth Central 1930 WW X C I it . ii ' ? 9 , ' . -L 7 Virginia high school hockey team, with three defeats and six victories, completed ' ' ' , ...,., ,. ....,, ,...... 3 ,..,.,.,. . .. ,. 6 ' ' ' ..i,.,., l ,,,,,........,... 5 ' .,,.........,,, 1 ' ' ' ...., ,..,.............. . ,, 1 ,........, ...,.,, . .. ,, 4 ' ' ' ...,.,,. ,..,...,,. ..,.. . . 4 , ,. 0 ' ' ' .,..,.. . ,, 0 ' ' 1 ' ' ' . .. ,,.,.. 5 . . 5 ' ' ' ...... .,,. , .. ,.....,... 7 ' ,........ ,.... . 0 ' ' ' ...,r ,... .... ,,.,... 5 ' ' .C. ,,.,.....,.. 0 ' ' ' ..,,. ,... , 3 - 0 17 llSlL6,ll' Of U12 lNo1r lb! ................ Top Row Mr Mlchels leoachb Roy Isarkson Vhllard Hanson Lloyd Dammen Robert Hall Leo Mlchals Stanley Lamml Harry Isackson Mr Hurst Bottxm Row George Toman Joe Strle John Leamon Burt Slade Geor e Pepelngak Joe Stukel Albert LaZella Boys Basketball Team The basket ball season fol 1929 30 was quite unusual In some games the blue and white team would look great but 1n others would fall 1nto a slump Mlchels had but two regulars to start the season LaZella and Pepelngak and after losmg her first sta1t games Vlfglnla turned alound and won a few and ended up by an even spllt of games The second semestel blought ln two mole legulars Slade and Dammen and Vllglnla would have made a good recold but fOl the sudden declarmg of Slade and Dammen lnellglble by the d1St11Ct C0lTllTlltt69 Although they wele finally declared ellglble by the State boald ln time for the dlstrlct touinament the worry and the three vseek lay oH left them off form They went down to a brllhant Tower qulnt ln the seml finals by a 19 to 15 count but took thlrd place from B1wab1k ln a hectic game by a close score of 19 to 18 Vuglma showed her best form when she downed the undefeated team from Ch1s holm to a top heavy score of 27 to 13 It was due to the accurate shooting of the for wards Slade and Pepelngak and the wonderful defense game of LaZella Toman and Mlcheals The loss of Al LaZella Toman Joe Stukel John Mlcheals and Lloyd Dammen by June graduatlon wlll be severely felt Captaln Slade w1ll be lost th1ough the 1nel1g1b1l1ty lullng f01 too many credits Bebs Pepelnjak w1ll only be useful 101 the first semester so f1om Coach M1Ch6lS filst eight he w1ll have Captaln elect Joe Strle www 119540 ww N T l - ' x 7' I . - . , - f , . , , , , , . - 1 : . , . , ar ' , . ! 9 ' 7 ' 7 . , L, . . . . , K , 7 ! i Y . v . . . ' v Y 7 ! Y 9 7 7 9 . . . 1 1 . , 7 . ! 3 ' l . ,: m...H""':.""H...,1..,,.""'1lSI,a11' Of U16 Mor 114 ,.............. Top Row Shirley Morris Margaret Bentley Business Manager Ardys Johnson Elsie Nylund Aune Saarl Eileen Watson Evelyn Ahlstrand Elvle Llndeman Eva Plekkala Middle Row Bertha Haapala Maxine Shapiro Deborah Dahl Ann Richards June Morrell MBTIDH Krogdahl Coach Jean Healy Bottom Row Lorraine Coleman Jessa Pazelll Lorraine Solberg Capt Ellen Pelto Angeline Vukelxch Mable Ahlstrand Glrls Swlmmmg Team Virginia has once more won back her place as State champion, and not with a graduating team, but a team of young and promlslng swimmers A large number of girls went out for swimming last fall, and because of the abllity of these girls there has been keen competition for places The work of thls team IS directly due to the patient and of our coach Miss Jean Healy Her capable work has shown also due to the Captam, Ellen Pelto, and to Ardys Johnson, Manager Vlrginla Virginia Vlfglnla Virginia Virginia SEASON S RECORD Chisholm Keewatm E y Gilbert Eveleth on the team constructive coaching its results Credit IS Triangular Meet-Vlrglnla 32 Gilbert 27 Blwablk 16 State Meet Vlrglnia 34, Gilbert 25 Eveleth 24 1950 W l 1 O , O O , , ' ' ' ....... ..............,, 5 9 ' ' .,...................... 16 ' ' ' .4....,...........,...., 43 ' .,...,,...,,........ 32 Virginia ..,....,................ 54 Mt. Iron .....,...,...,.,,....... 21 ' ' ' ....,....4.,,l,,.l...... 54 l ..,...4.,......,.......,.,.,..,., , 21 ' " ,.,...,.... .... ....... 4 3 ' ,...,...................,,.. 32 ' ' ' ...., ...,....,.... 26 ,,.... .,.,,,,.,...... . 49 m""'..,,"',,,.1",I,'1'.f"..lS1LeL11' Offhe 1No1r 111' ,................ 4'-'Q Top Row Mr Boardman fcoachj Emxl Bgorkman Harold Some TOIVO Tuhkanen George 0 Anderson Olaf Tolvanen lmanagelj Bottom Row Edmund Haapameml Marwm Skaurud Charles Ketola Carl Pelto Ball Rlchards Boys Swlmmmg Team Coach Boaldman wlth only a few legulars back surprlsecl the cutxcs by losmg u one legulal meet to Chlsholm placlng fourth ln the natlonal and second 1n the state meet Among those who wlll be lost to the team by gaduatlon wlll be Captaln Gus Ketola one of the best hlgh school free stylers ln Arnerlca He alone ln the natlonal meet gave us enough pomts to place fourth Paul Reed back Stroker a good man ln hls race Blude a breast stroker, and Saarl a free styler ale among the othel ones to be lost by June graduatlon Wmth most of hls men commg back Boaldman has a good outlook fol the commg yea1 and wlth hxs ablllty as a coach he can push VlTglH1a farthel than ever m the SXV11'11Y1"llY1g world SEASON S RECORD V1rg1n1a V1rg1n1a X711g1I1la X711g'1I1la Vxrgmla Vlfglnla Vu glflla N 1rg1n1a V11 glnla We Duluth Central Y Buhl E y Hlbbmg Gllbert Eveleth Hlbblng Eveleth Chlsholm 11930 ww X I ' ne 2r o ' , O O b t Q . u ,Q u u 1 , I ' ' ' , r,., , .. 45 ... 21 ' ' '... ....... . 51 .. ,. ....,,,.... .. ., 24 " ' ' ,.,...... 47 1 ..,..,, ..... 28 " ' ' . ,., .,.... 41 ' ' . ... .. 34 ' ' ' .. .,.. ,.,...,,... 5 0 ' .... ., ,, ., 25 ' ' ' .. ...,... ..,.,.,..,... 4 3 , ,,,.........,.. .. .. 32 " ' ' ,..,.,. ..,,... . ,. 41 ' ' ,... 34 " ' ' ,.,,. . ......,. 43 32 " ' ' . .., ,... 29 ' , .. 46 390 276 plac MW' m.,.,"'m',W.."r'.:..".,.W'W51LeL11' Of the Mor 110 .....p......... CHARLES KETOLA 1930 Captam V H S Boys Swrmmrng team State Champlon 40 and 100 yard free style Natlonal Champlon 100 yard free style Holds State Long Course 50 and 100 yard flee style Holds State Short Course 40 yard free style 1929 State Champron 40 and 100 yard free style Northwestern Champron 40 and 100 yard free style Member of A1lAmer1can Interscholastrc swlmmrng team 40 and 100 yard Mrdwestern Champron 40 and 100 yard free style Won Central Amateur Athletrc Umon Champronshrp 100 yard free style 1928 Placed thrrd rn Natronal 220 yard free style Member of 300 yard Medley Relay team Natronal record holders Member of State Champronshlp 160 yard relay team Member All Amer1can Interscholastrc swrmmmg team rn the 220 yard 1927 Placed th11d rn State and Northwestern swrmmrng meets rn 220 yard 1926 Made letter rn swlmnrlng rn erghth grade Indrvrdual hrgh pomt man rn State meet rn 1928 29 30 Placed Vrrgrnra rn fourth e at Natronal meet-62 teams entered 1930 rw State Champion 40 and 100 yard free style. 1---31 5 leur Of the 111111111 1l1ff ........- V11'q1111a 1'11Q1'1 SC11001 YQ11 11 1 Il 111111 111 XX 17111 C111111 lf 1111111 1111 11 1 111111 1 1 X1 1 11 1 155111 111.111, I1L111 1 l 1 1 111 11 11111 11,1 11 111111 11,11 1 11, 11 1 11115111 P 1 1 11151111 1 1111111 ll ll 11 X1 1 IX 1950 X111.11111 1411111 115,111 111,11 1111111 T' 11 111 111,111 ' 1 . . 1 1 , 1 1 L 1 1 Wi 1 1 1 1' 11111 1 I1 R11 1. 1' 1 1 '11i111. 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'vi -A-- "i .. ,.,., -M , Q Q fQ, ,Q WQ F Q "WHY 77" Q FY- ,, , fl VV HFNRY W OI IVER The ll-lllsltolry of the Mesabl Range HFNRY NV OLIVER made the lyIQQ2.lJ1 what It IS today he nlade the nlalket lOl lts ole The Mellltts showed the ole Ollyel made It usable xlhlch was an all lmpolt ant SQIXICQ Had he not stepped IH when he dld ln 1897 when the exploltatlon of the Mesabl Range was dependent upon men of llttle means and no 1Tlflll6I'lC9 wlth steel manufactulers there IS a gleat posslblllty that the lllH:lCLlltl6S cxpellenced by fulnace men ln than fllst elcpellments Wltll Wlesabl ole would hawe so D10-1l1fllCLfl lJl1V6lQ ln genelal that effolts would not he made to adapt fulnaccs to the exploslve lllliqalll ore vshlth IH consequence would be so leduced ln nlalketable xalue that almost all developments would be checked In the ploneel stage of most thlngs It takes xely hold of the MCS3b1 IU 12,92 befole even the Fllst test of Mesflbl ole had been made the lange lnlght haue laln dormant fOI Xely many XLRIS aftel thls tlnle In llttle less than foul decades aftel 1892 the NlGSdlJl Mlnes iulnlsh OVLI ten nlllllon dollals of the state s takes lts opelatlon has dueloped Lfblllllluflltlti that ale a plllll to the Lflulltly and state and publle schools that plollably lead the xlhole collntly The amount oi eluavacatlon wolk done on the Mesabl Range has tal exceeded that done ln cuttlng the Panama Canal and some of the englneellng ploblenls owelconle ID the dexelop ment ot the Wlcsabl must necessallly come lnto natlonal 1QL0lllQ , . l O W I 9 l' ' v ' ' v- 1 - ' ' - ,A . . , ' . l , f. .' v . . ' v . ' v ' f - - ,' - - ' ' x r ' H E ' . V . , . L, Y Av . . ' , ' . ' ' -2 ' .' ' , '., " 7 I x ' A 1 . 1 - ' . v. v . l ' v ' K y ' - - 1 little to seriously delay development, and had Oliver, steel manufacturer, not taken A . . Y, , h , x C . . , . ' Y ' . . . . V , . ' . 'Av ' . ' ,.,. r Q xl fr , x . 6 , f ' ' ,Lf ' . 'h X . ' ' , .A- .. Q. . ,..'. ,.. ' . ,H . ",. , . .' , . .Y ' . . . . 1 . , A . . , ' . , . . . 9 t ' ' X a' i , L1 I y v . ' v - ' l 1, ' ' A - xt: " ' A ' '1 ' ' O SS la QQ OJFOSCO HOIBLX H XNGOUI XBILI I X T0 WA I ERI 00 'W XMI th R1 J' F- f Mo icy Sa nc as o Lge Ha p-q Bam Ha P av Any Inst uncnt US M I YU!! tl bc ho 1- 1- ... Dane ng About Any P ace v Mx --4 on --4 ww -- -Q Q ,.. U1 t A U-T ' ti M Jokes 1ack J C' tngN W ,- W Pa nt ng the Town ho Knows et I Qu IJ e -4 v-4 v-4 r- ,- -4 A scsh H may ne Danc ng ance Ha ls nc P acc P-o -1 I L H Ji -4 1- 1--1 --1 U2 Laugh 0180 H eng JH r-4 ,- v-. ft' I IX may C.J.11o1 Ixnuts n L XX H Dam n WW t D4 LL y ng Dutt h nan I I I -e-4 A Len t Cunss L Ltt iuth M 1 X 'el ang: UNL L cgc Ha 1-4 ,JJ r-4 --1 v K WL IJ Dann ng agadom Dances dHLL I C I D f-4 t np3O nk Ph I ong A et et gd dl M N Lx t H use Jenn s s 1- n ,... pe for fc e dlyear if N30 1 1 Q " 1 I " ' 1 ' 1" ' ' Ierna Alexander iucl .'mile , . Wi ul Sniilingr iuth Anclerson Morrey . , , .. .. Attract , . . . ....., . C ll 1 1 ll .. , . 1 1 ' , r'1 ' Pearl 3ankman :ic , lg . I' . 1' 1 1 l 'll . Playing Clayton lien ,ley Luth , , . . Bull , , ,, " ol , . . S ul i Horsie Bramlish . Cute Iirls ,, "Kid 'E1n" ,. .. .... . l . , 'i ill urgher Poetry . .. Play Music . . , Candy Kitchen Writing: poetry Margrare Tarey .ohn arry111ore . . . Make Friends ,. , , College Hall . , , Making Friends . Joe I asoyich Alice White 4, '- H ' . . All Over . , , onkeyii ro ul latlierine llennis Everyone inows Be Well Likerl , With Tucker ri i o o? IN argaret omnick Maybe .. .. . , ,. .... B ' .... .... ,... .....,.....,..,.., W . A . . .. -i i A 1 , llernarml l orl'man "rom Duluth Curl His air , His Cancly Kitchen Curling His Iair "Goliath" Egan louise 'azencla Look Tough . . , Sol 1 l' '1 ,. . , B'1'l'i N or: oe "Russian" Greene Some Russian Dance . . . . . . D' ' 'l . . . . 'i l lfhlwin akala Mar-iie ill , Write-'Y . , Pike River I z 'i1 gg Gino Wall Ramalnla George . . Swim . , ,, Pike River .. .. , D- -i A Wilho llyrkas Toivo ol' Pike River . Polka . , Y. M. C, A. i A lflleanor . anesky Verne . Entertain You're right . Nothing' " o 'i 'll ' So lz 'Y ' " l .. Act ... ..... . .,,.,.... ,. .. '7' .. .. . ,. . . , Dittg Q I olorcs IN c lillvry "Mike" Io 3'lji ' 1 ' Ii il'1 ' 'i Lf I 11' 'I i- 7-1 ' ' A Be A Good Sport 1, ,. College Hall , . . It's a Mystery Mary Maganini IX erico Get Along , With Dolores and Marg' . Living Zelma ll ain lil , . . Converse Coll 1 - -ll To f irsi llelen 'earsall llin , . Look Well For G en ,. . College Hall Same As Glen Alvin Peterson Billie o '- let loocl Marks 'With His Radio Stuclyingr inth Quist .immie . ' 'I . .. .,....,..... . R' A' ' ' ' , . . ' 'i ' , . Arnolcl S o 'l'ej 1 ' 'r'r1 . G G l ,, At ,illico's ' i 'i '47 . . . Dorothy 'I'ri111l1le Maybe? Yomlel 'l'11ttle's Room . Chewing: Gum ltolaml Tucker Dennis , ,. Print . , , ....... I i.'.' o , Kincldin' 'Ein taymoml Woods Blue Eyes Pop Corn Studio Ballroom Leaclin' Cheers ,,.,WWS1t,aJ1' Of U16 lNo1r MW ,........... FAMOUS WORDS Famous Actors of the Day Eddle Say what makes you so hard to get along Wlthq Kay L1v1n w1th you sweetheart' Jane IS tellmg Kay that a man of New York called Plttsburg to talk to a woman which lasted one hour Eddie Must o been talkln to hlS wxfe Kay Not for an hour Here s what the wlfe gets Hello' Is this the w1fe'l The dog all Tlglltq Be home Saturday Good by' Jane Thats not the way you talk to your wlfe IS It Edd1e" Eddle No we havent got a dog Sorrow Ah dunno But all nlght my breath Jes come m short pants Eddle You should have your b eath wear long pants Welch Say what k1nd of a sap do you thmk I am? Kay I dont know What kmd of a sap are you" TUNE OF PARLE VOU Oh the Wlnd blew through h1s VVISKSYS just the same Oh the wlnd blew through hlS wlskers Just the same Though he wore some rubber boots and a lot of umon sults But the wlnd blew through h1s wlskers Just the same Larry fPutt1ng arm about Janej Jane I love you But I havent nothmg to offer you but my love Jane Isn t that enough? Welch fBeh1nd stagej Dont be so tlght' We 119560 Www By . I , . I I V. . , . . , . . . , . , . . . , . I ,, . . - ' l i U Y . , 1 4 n . . , , . . . F , Jane: What was the matter with your chest, Sorrow? , . . , . ' : r . 1 , ' ' . . 7 ' 66 9! 7 ! Q . , . . , . , 7 A . , . u ,T : l i Q75 mmmWWlStar Of U1 North' ............. The ll-Your Stages of High School EW Q 0 Entei the meek little Freshman wide eyed open mouthed and all eais Bull Bentlev was always the butt end of Jokes when he was a Fieshman I Heies a pictuie of Zelma Main when she was a sophomoie but just give a look now W V who looked down on the undel classmen and all women None other than Eddy Hakala playing the lole of Jumol .,,j4ll.f. sf 1' Hele she is a. tiue examole ot the best 1 dass that exei leafl a Wollew s book Nlur sec ' V 1930 WW X C I if 0 o Y v - . ,'. i - il ill' 1 I . QR-Q-'W' Next, we have that sophisticated Junior, 0,l,A 'gl j lst. , . . ' td. -' A " X ,.n,.,..n.,.......,""""'M"WllS1l,e31,1l' Of U16 lNoJr lhf Wmmm ORVILLE The rlght honol able Oskle Wow wow allas Orvllle Otto Gall Schochow has efliclent ly filled hls office as class presldent He IS both solemn and studlous The only Sklrt that ever caught hls eye was well It was connected wlth making candy at one young lady s house whlch he d1d each Sundav nlght Memberq GUS Fr1end Chuck our vice presldent has also done hls duty well Espec1ally around BUDDO Heres how Georgey got hs excellent t1a1n1ng for h1s secretaryshlp You see Buddo fooled around YV1tl'1 the wlmmen too much so h1s famlly put hun to work VOYT LaZFLLA And now the gallant Alberto' Dashlng and dapper twlrllng the ends of hls gay llttle moustache There s a man to guard the class funds' wp 1930 M' . 1 . - - , . . . , . - . - , . . . Y , . . . , , , . . il 79 . , . - . , . . . second street south-I think its up near the one hundred block-Pardon, Gus. ll I7 , v ' . . . . ' , . ,, . ,, . . . , . ll 73 J . . , . . N . , ' ! IM ,fi ' ,l f V, Q ! M' DAN Cvfos V A 'F'-nw 65' fx A-:QQ 2559 Luv QU' My diwf AMR MR 2 Lives of Great Men All Remind U Think of Ulho IXxlund Hella Hafxtala Winnie Ciossland Howaid Knutson Ruth Quist Rauni Maki felina Main Mose Latanli Alxm Peteison Violet Halllnig, Wlaixm Hill BL1Y131ll Doifnian Incl Dahl Bell Box Cook A Model Vhfe Plumbei 'Nhss Ameiiea Clam Boxx Lie field Follies Blaelxsinith Faimei Pilneess Tiappel Organ C llllilel Altlsts Model Qxlxia Sulin Sxx ande Hillli 15: Tim Mali Fddle Halxala Peail Banlxiian Challes Q ieene Jlmmx Maitm laded Vic e College Pl0fLSS0l A Foiget Me lNot A. Clothing Stole Dummx A Dxing, Coldfish Mamma s Bov qhoemakei Ruth Me Y ettle INIEIIIGPNQI' FPS1 FOR FREBHWIFNI VVhx Cant a blind man see thiough a biiek wall' 1Bee Vi hx He Vi hx tHe . VK hy ause he eant find the buck xxallj didnt Heniv Fold bux the Plx mouth Roekq on x xx anted Xvhlti Leghoin and Rhode Island Reds? hae Qanta Claus hlael xwhislelsq hasn t. 'l hey re whitej didnt you write when you were 6 months olc '. tl didn t l'now what to write? . How many hairs has a llfllil-llQ'lCl6fl man? fl never counted themj NX hat if: P1 arl were a qt0l'Ll'll'1l1 instead of a Bankman. Puffy xxere a Deers Ford instead of a Bears Fore . Inez xx ere a Buggy instead of a Dahl? loe were a Scratch instead of '1 Byrne 'Z Cladys were a Heathen inste-ld of a Christia '. 1930 A l i We GUI' CHF Ule IDT 'S' ' '. it , ' A g,,.M ' V 7 1 Y 1 1 I J V '. A A A 1 '. e , 1 -' l I Y. . , I 'C Y A 1' 1 x-K - 1 - ' x 1 . - ,- 1 -' '- .h L. i ' ' A .... A " 1' ,. . . .,. 5: 1. 3,4 . . 'C ,C 1 .Aj " . ' A V' 'ml It I Y' 1 . e' A A A AA 3 X 1 ' ' Clayton Bentley A The Answer to a Squirrels Prayer ' ' A ' Q' 1 l 'rg - 1- Y 1 ' ' A , . n ' A' 1. - . Y 1 V- 1 ' mv' ,- I x - 5-.. 1 Q lv v l p ' 2 . , v 'A lilt-75 . v . 1 , 1 . - 1. , . , A ,. A , A . J, 1- mv 1 ' A . . .' . f. 1 v 7 I -' . v v 3. ' j l.A- f A, 'Q K , - A , 4 v i A 17 v X X 5 X. , 1 1 , L , C J xv V 1 ii 1 , , f iv YJ 1 1' 7 K , l - ,C K Y , g I , , , , ,c X . H v ,..,.""""',..,..':WWS1l,a.1l.' Of U16 Mor lhf ,............ Fambly Stuff Its not Sweethearts on Parade who go two by two th1S tlme although Just as much affectlon IS replesented dont cha know' These lovmg llttle examples of brotherly and slsterlv amlctlon provlde a umque dlstlnctlon ln our class And they really love each othel too especlally when they get thelr report cards and fmd one has a hlgher Engllsh mark than the other Then too they are always near each other so the reports at the d1nner table are more fl equent and embarrasslng we 1930 few , Y . . . a . . ' , . . Y , . 1 . Y . . 9 - r s 1 V '. :::::: :: : V nf 5 ll5lL6Lll' Of U16 llllmrltlllf W Most Popular Students PEARL BANKMAN ALVIN PETERSON Mld Year Class ELVIRA LAINE CHARLES KFTOLA june Class m..mWmmL ll 1950 l Autographs gf IIIXIIN1 lllll j',,',f74vf',-ff NHUQINI.-X lIllQHSl'HHl1I


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