Wakefield High School - Echo Yearbook (Wakefield, MI)

 - Class of 1928

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' v 'X X Wx .ixvivx x-Ang ' LTWBS 5 ' 3 ' ,, hgh' .154-L.g. 21 ' THE 1928 ECHO X 'f ' C - A ELIZABETH AHOI A Beegu lt: mfr to be natural fuhrn you re naturally mfe inrls Athletic Club 4 Commerclal Club 2 Home Economlcsl 2 Cflee Clubl 2 3 4 ELI MUS I APA C ERTRUDE VV INIKULA hertle Skatmg hflpx break the :re brtfueen .rtrangerx Dramatncs Club 3 4 Home Economics Club xterary Club 1 F r the Love Pee 3 A Patr of Slxes 3 The Patsy 4 Fattler Staff 4 Dec amatorv 2 Orntorw 3 Suppressed De tres 4 The fl'U01Ify of ladle: hax or htm Semor Art Club 4 ARTHLR TRESSEL Jlly memory 15 aunouxly atrurale zn ,rome rexpedx Basketball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Glee Club 4 Ban 4 Orchestra e Fire Prmc 4 Suppressed Desires 4 Com merclal Club 2 Dramatlcs Club 4 Tattler Staff 4 AGNES E PORTER Porky Muirfsx of art: eloqufnre and zmpuhness Clee Club 1 'P Tattler 3 Athletlcs Club 1 Echo 4 Booster Rooters I 4 Inner Cnrclc 4 Dramatlcs Clubl 3 4 Patiy 4 or Lowe of Pete 3 Oratory 4 Declamatory 2 glamour BERTHAL C WAHLBERL1 Bird Eye I never lr! my studies mtrr ere ullh my edufatmn Student Representative I Vnce Presulent 3 Echo 4 Hn Y 4 Dramatncs Club 3 Llterary ubl 2 in e ubl 3 4 Footba 4 Basketball 4 TERESSA MARIE RICLA Trax 4 Joul .fo full o .fummer uarmlll .to glad so hfalthy .round and rleur and uholz Lxterary Club l 2 Dramatlcs Club 4 Home Economncs Club 2 Patsv 4 Art Club 4 L3 A I 1',FuWKsTx'K'A's?J v1Q'E.'IKT1TZfx WQ'u'i l A ' Q 'I :Ml 3? 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'Agygnf ' ' Q U33 Lnerary Club 1 2 Glee Club 2 Dramanc, MABEL H ANDERSON Mebs THE 1928 ECHO Y,.'1Z'v7I."2""'7x3" 2'I',L'2X3L1,1 EX, ,C ,atm EILFEN LEMPI MATTA She fame a stranger to our midst And stole our hearts auay We love her or all that :he is north .flnd hope fue almay: may Entered from Hurlev 2 Llterars Club 2 C mmerclal Club 2 Klee Club I 2 3 4 Dramatxcs Club 2 3 4 Booster Rooterx 4 alr of SIXCS 3 'Ihe Patty AILA SAIVI I Illladx Thu dear rhzld though seemingly :hy Had at Izmex a fuurr arched eye fnrls Athletic Club 4 Echo 4 Home Eco nomlcs Club l Literary Club l blee Club 1 3 Basketball 2 Booster Rootersl Inner C lrcle 4 IARRX E HAI TANEN He 11 great uho 1: uhm he IJ from nature And mho nezer remind.: 11: o others Skt Team 1 t lee JOSEPH RINCJSMITH e loud nefver hnofu. that Im naturally baxh ul Glee Club 3 4 Bachelors Club 4 BERXL M JOHNS Small in stature but great zn Idea: Club 4 Art Club 4 MICHAEL JOHN REMONDIVO Mxke Caexar uns short Aapoleon Las .short And I III not -'very tall myrel Lxterary Club 1 2 Clase S cretary Treasur GleeCub34Ehn3 H1SClu Bachelors Club 4 Art Club 4 Rings ln the Sawduet 3 Club 3 Art Club 4 Ah you lafvor everything 1 ou are the vanilla of .rorzety Cnrls Athletic Club 4 Echo 4 Home Eco FIOIIIICS Club 1 Literary Club l Cnlee Club 3 4 Student Councxl 1 F1717 rv rr IQIY 1-gvxwx h6 wxvx L 4.z4v4v.4.r4z41l1L., LL 11+ ' . . : : : : . :b:p:: . :C C: : ' 453 3 -1 ff 4 a 3 6 1 A. 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Vx e ire noxx looking torxx 1rd to the Senior Hop xx llleli xxill be one of the Sloxxlx the d1xs dxxlndle until xxe get our diplonms md xxill be stqnrling on the lhreshold of life looking, out to find 1 pl'1n there Tho e h'1ppx dns haxe pls ed 1nd xxe hope tlmt xxe mix hwxe left behind ome impres ion thflt his sunk deep into the histoix of the school B Z Last Will and Testament Still being in our right minds III spite of all the xx orlc gixen us during this our last xear xxe the Class of 1978 do herebx mike 'ind ord'un this our first last 'md onlx xxill and testament lo the luniors xxe bequeeth the L'lI'lC 'ind our prixilege ot 'uting 'is ehairn en it Assemblies lo the Sophomores xxe leaxe our book lon ind evun1n'1t1on p'1pers lo the Freshmen xxe beouelth our dlgnitx 'xlax thex use it to good adv'1nt'1ge l Izileen Nlilftl do herebx beque'xth mx cuilx locks to lerdm md Remondino 1M'd.1'--' Q ' - 1 1 '1 xxm do hereby bequeith mx position 'is first ladx 'lt the l rom to the choice of the t unior l,l'1s.' l resident' the t'1:k of collectinx dues to Russell Uphorn who m'1x be better 'lble to ure force thin l. l Agnes Porter do hereby beque'1th mx' lmppx'-go-luckx' xx"ix's 'md llI"lIT11tlC 'lbilitx' to lierth'1 Teppo. l. Alicia Kumpuli do bequeqth mx' 'lbility to mike elongelted ClllCld'1IlUl1S in lfngli:h to lNIarth'1 Kuixinen. l. Latherine Gioxnndo do le'.x'e my excellent memory to John Holnn. I Sann'1 Kuj'1l'1 do hereby beque'1th my influence upon liroxx nie Yuri to my sister who will take care of it until such time as l shall call for it. I, Gertrude Nikula, do hereby bequeath my ability to act the character of the Duchess to Gertrude Komove whose height may help her in looking out of casement windows. . oi 'fr"'I-7fv"'fT-F'fv'i"'fv"'M'QT-v'f'f1"'-1v"'.fv"'M'Aifr'M 'J-.21 I L' 'lfrxi' 'N 'fkii-pf'x'1'Ni-iifv' H9 ff ' . 1341 2.72411 Av A f. l16l T l-l .Q Q Q. -7 H O frm' ' ' ' - 'LAQ K vv K. 7 K x . I 1 -. K. I c , most outstanding events of the year. lJon't forget the Senior Play. it L' li l' 'Y . ' X K' is ' i is' S it V :is Fl E-gg Fl . . A .. . -. , . 1 . ., t. .,,. ,. 5 .WV I it I .V. S . 1 wx - ' r 1 f f Y I l' ' D ' -' 11 . - , if ' 1 i C 'sa A it 1 4 - 1 1 I W Y ' ' ,t 1 tt, . 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W QQ Qi Qi iii Q1 THE 1928 ECHO ' bm 4 4 1 'nz,11:z,fxf'f Class of 1929 OFFICERS Bruno S'1'1r1 President lLdss1rd Nelson Vice President Fsther l-llll Serretars Treasurer Nllss C ertrude Olson 'fdzzser Qgmss HISIORX It seem unbelles :ble that sse ss ere ross ds fre hmen onls three short sears ago Xlr mstem our sers capable 'ldsrser helpe us to get a good start and smce then sse has flung our purple and ss lute colors Yell successtulls Bs the co operatlon of mll our members sse are Q-tr1 mg to the top of the l ldder Our class has been 'm actlse one durlng its progress VVe find m our class 1 number o th A Freshmen our oss won second on the VV1keheld te lm Our cl 1ss ls also ss ell represented IH football VVe h'1se had mans socml ll:l:'llI'9 durlng om three sears The Hrst of these vs as 1 lsreshman Receptlon gls en us bs the Sophomryt It vs as glkn n the Ball Room of the Lommumts Bllllfllflg ss here the entlre hlgll school hcl ed us to get acquamted .K VVe xlso hld a Sophomore Freshmfm parts and '1 slergh de during the lirst sear VVhen sse ss ere Sophomores under the leaderslnp of Wir Pet on we gave a recep fi tion for the Freshmen ln form of a masquerade All ss as fun and h1lar1ts esen or the bashful ness comers VVe celebrated our ads mce to the umor class ss 1th a 1 sear end pxcmc at Lake Gogeblc Tlns sear sslth the ard of Nlnss Olson sse are more actlse than ever YVe have glsen '1 unnor parts for the Hlgh School vshlch vsas quite 'ln event Part of the music vs 'ls furmshed bs the lumor Orchestra 'I lus parts vs as '1 masquerade We are undertakmg -1 ness problem thus sear That I9 '1 Jumor Class Plas We hope to make xt '1 success so that those who folloss us mas contmue the practxce We expect to m ike the Prom of l978 one that ss lll clmg to our memorles Xxylth our present standing sse hope to mamtun a good record and fulfill our Semor Y ear as ss ell as our predece sors H A EL'-.KfIC"J1Au4K'sIQIiK'gIQ.QQfXm'1fLhyXTPyL2LfLlL1L:LJLyAyL.rZPLZ?X323 iz 5: . . ' . : :ff gl lg- H5 : ""' . '''fflf1ffffffflfffffff ....... ' f Q Y . in es. s ' 5 i j. . place and tbisgyear sve hasie agaln Qgalnedtsec 'nd places Now- we have thrk regulars gg s e t at :ET z : V ev : I j, .... A, A ' ' .. ' . 's. .. E- - Q 43 F3 Fi lm : :g.-: :"'4': si Az' -. ,- 'V 'B 6' ME , I X41 -sf' President President Treasurer . fldfvixer ng. VVe entered the efield Hug h Ydth an enrollment of 70 stro and more tly. Our Freshmen ophomore s il party. ho led us vill strive .G. ,QD THE ,- LCHO i 1 4 Q ' -- 5 be fvywe'-cfs Ay 9-fe-9 ..---H-ef ' -'ess -ae: 21454 2:1 641 4124411:-Zareafeefgi . -1 ' Y s f ' K 1 I 1 , A A mHffHIlI DONALD BODOH On November gh Donald Bodoh one of the under classmen m Wakeneld High passed aw ay at his home after an Illness that had been stealing his vltallty for several years Donald who xx as fifteen Freshman Vear IH school unflnxshed After recelvlng care at Ann Arbor during the summer he seemed to gam a new foothold life and returned to class ln a peculnar poslnon as a member of both Sophomore and Freshman classes HIS death coming as the cllrect result of a cold came as a severe shock both to his parents and his friends The entire High School grleves because of IIS loss know mg th1t the years cannot produce another Donald to take the place of the classmate who IS gone In zfrqzqrvrvcrqav l"'l7l7'l'11Y'SY'XYX Yvvgiyx W1 TX AILYX 4 Q fi 'Q LQ ff 53 A 'K '31 552 A I I -as vs i 'f r Fi years old, had suffered from diabetes, and was olnllged to leave his 1 D ,'., on F ' - u l ' f Q Q ' ' . . , i 3, M lj 12 D E2 J N YV . 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W "Luv 4, f., , 1 , F, ,Z Q' I 1 - 1 J rev ,. .1 . p if JJ J., Dill' ,IJ 'JK-V' YJ VA . if E 1 28 fi rm of fr'v5 Qwkwjlwww lip M U, AMJJJ ,444 QMMMC ass of 1931 OIPILERS S1 mo L umder Preszdent lehwrd Buek enldent Idq ALITWZJILKJ 1 ecre reasurer Nh" like WW -ld: zser C1 fm HIb Of the mrfetx tour :tu t th It Iett the e1g ID he Old H1gn l1st une ohh exghtx four entered the benrgr Hlph 'ls Fresh I 1 The m'11n 1d'jeLt1xe gl to de erlhe the Freehmen 1 green Perhups eme of ue xe ri her green when ue entered h1t ue won mermne th'1t Our uns 'Ire to grse seruce o u ell in our t11d1es md xhou plentx of pep We 'tre eruhg the sehool hx PIKULIPTIIOD ln the duh Our work shone 1t5 rqult on the Honor Roll 'md our pep 1 hmxn 1n the Booster 'md Rooterb Llub VX were entertaxned l'lSt f'lll hx the bo orrorei 'md enymxed the1r p1rt1 YVe re A tur ed the hmp1t'1'1tx'h1 gnmg, 1 pnrtx fm r them l1ter 1n the se1r XX e are gr tcful to ,He tleultx for 1 pameme durlng, the hr t part of our H1gh qehoryl LIYEQJ' A 1 I i'lL7'fA7xTZf1.liX"J 'WxF1 X. -v 3 J' rel' 1' 'fg can V ' c rg Tx-H v A .1 E f I ,rf 1' - f L " I wx f 11 if 1' I -Kiki!! 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Y , I25l 2-'L 524 4 Bw :A QR if sf '-ti -1 is bd A 4 P1 6 5 nj 4 .x PA , ,X L+ 5 gd rl? f' A TQ I flifflfl '51 14'm ff m wc- -121 'ar'-, fri. 1-rf, ., 1 , le -4 1- .. 'rm va' N, 1 x -f ' wi ,f-vig'-5-Q f-'xv ,fx1r,fA' 'r' fir' V Af ,1"'--' . A ' ' QQ? .1 :r Al-L5 .1...:3,.s.Qr,.4L:.v"Qi...+' A:-'.1..',' .gf .bmw .,.:1s- .gs.gr.:.4,v Ax: G. .yy wA.'...,afi.'zL i.wif.xi lfgxu. A an LJ. 11.4 -gi. 1.4. mn - 1. 2 -' Eighth Grade V U: P6 fv 4 A- 1 .1 1. 'u W4 Q f 9, 4' 5 av i L' 77 y", W iw Q lg "a 'fc 4 -J .,. 5' ly M ' F. 7.1 1, A 1 x ' .1 .1 5, wi 4. rl SR 1' A Sw! f f- 5-1 A5 hi ff I ".. Q L, v, wi . 4.2 Q Ep f e kQLfliL ' 9' A 9 'fu 'YK Tok Y M 'W' -. 'Ui 'Y 'r ' fx "A, 'YJ4 'I-XY:hi'K '3"5lx'?X"5i'1gq7f4 "7 :UV 'i"T.QQ P,1.1"""' ITT' 1' "' ff" IT 'TV ' A-4' .s.! QLJI fx.-?i.J' 3,7 ,4 7 -J".n'LLJ'A754IALJJ A-Li A 'k4L."..a LLL' Li 1.1 'NA LJL' Xfj: YLL, 'LA ILL YA "- Seventh Grade ...- 4 ,XA-.AKA xo. ,...,L.!C.4..'2e'4. f 1414, Ifl , if 'R 2, ,4 , ,Q L. LW , , X K 3 '3 Q ' 5 i .L , , W L We -f',fi."r'jrvf9 111-A-fx, 1-iffy-s. - . '1 . , . - V ' "'-.:'rx3m't'frt1r'1xW4p . , ,- L .I.".' ,xl - ' 3.1, -lf, ,fw "-.3 'gin fi '+.3.a. .. ' YT Y 1' 5 'A r .4-.lk '5 ' 1 L l'4!...' 1 ' ' 2- THE 1928 ECHO u. Q E. L F. I1. WfQIFW4X"QS.Y7Qu PLzu EJ 9 5: fi Q 53 E Q Ei Q ' ' 5 Q K fx W WE X 619 1 JFSJW Qigix SQ Q TQ ,7 f'N Q, f"N A Chmtleg x L-4 XX 1 w f Nay f , V Q -g 4 f If -V ' ' x I X YU x ' wx w f K5 Ai! f' f J HX RX ji X lx W q ' ,P , ,f 1 xg . , K-, X N X f .. x ff A1 'ww ,Q A J 7 If X ' f gk X L Q NN ' - Y . x , ,. ly X' N ! k S XXXXXN jx W -, X Xf' 1 .X 2 AX K X 1554 G ffm H if 4 X '17, S 9,gf?f14'f7 xg ix Qx 1 K R J L W. V Q X! VX N 0 X N X P L 7 ' xx. fy ' ' 'T X Rf JF , , fi-Li 3 ' X M N w m.f, f' O ffir K E1 f 7 fj N ,: KJ B Y- ul Q C251 O O '. , 1 D , V ,W ,pr 3 Ji, CD' 0' 2 QLD TTEJU J O oxfxxi, ff, 1 OO -1 l Q' C' gf C Q 3 ng"""" w4w,Qf-1-V igqgw V l llf?t5lC .rw .71 ,N ww, ,U Y, Y, fvzv :W V 4,fa14s.xA.ri:hJk.rkJh.1L:4.l.4w 4Iuk44.x4fx.L1411xA xfxiulxk im w rl N '1'j7'f11fZxFl'T YYXTX Football LAPI ANTONI Cl NIBOLIS Pnd BIHLSIC 'ze a trlple threat man plaxed 21 good 5, lme for he eould kick pass and run Hn h'1rd uork give VV H S game 'md hx booting, ned us 1111118 tlmes To find 1 teulx Ind to hll hu pl ILC 1s L'lDt'llI'l ul h hucl ARIHUR IRI SSH Center lI'lNNfl plued '15, lmt eenters bugger 'md mon cxperlemed but he xhoued hls stull hx holding, the llne md pl sung the ball HAROLD BRAVIY1 Tackle lirmdt lmd the sue and fight that mwde the left ulng Gtlek together HN ablllts to hold md open holes ulll be mxwed b next xelr team BI R l HAL VVAHI BP RC' Fullbuk linclue hlt the line fol gfuni on offense md the upport he gnc the lme on defense tumor ht oxerloo NIARSHAII lI'l lNbKl Ieulllutlt llc Ill s flkllfltf, p zstnne seems to l puntmg, He should prove '1 w llll'll7lC blek held In lll ind punter ln the next two xeirs mu lm 1 expeeted of nm AR l HUR LAY ENDI R Qulrterbuk 'md Lenter 'N lfllll prowded rI'lrtQ wlth a vxonder ful ln un hut l1lTlltCCl hm buxld He m1de up fol lllsl1LlC of phulque hx fighting ex ery eeond he plued NHS KARIINK lflckle 'Nc s pl mud '1 ggne to he proud of HN tlklxllllg Ir' ide hlm 1 dlll2CI'0llS m1n it 'Ill 'N hne ulll muse 1 good work A .A 1, X lf'-4v'7f'.?'Jy-.fugg 'x.'gx'T- -4-1? -, A V E301 THE 19225 ECHO . . . . . . Z7 .... . 1 ,,,,, ,MM v W, , M- ,w,,-,,...,-.,,,- ,A,, , , ,,, mul, -U ,,-,mm,W,,Y,W,,w,,-,,, ,, tt 4 i A A I+ ootbfnll ALI' X GORbKI H xlf Mex wi 1 H1 hx p'1sser 'md '1 d'1ndx open held runner Hrs good work ,que us m mv pomt Alex hw plfued hrs l1t g'1me for X H S IOIL PFRRARO Hfllf oe pl'ued 1 M t 'md llf,,lltIFlf,, gune It end ind hfllf He his m'1de L nune for hlmself fund to hll hrs plue wxll be 1 m1n swed job JOE GILL Left Cuird F1 h ln hrs football Lareer w 'ls one of the best lmemen H akeheld es er h1d H Could block 'lnd I'lClxlC w nth the best t them Io H11 hr berth 1 going to be '1 hard lZ'ls ARIPL JAKKOLA Right Gund A re ll hnd plumg hx hrst xe'1r Stugg1 pros ed to be 1 llneman of lllcmble qll'llltlCS Iwo more se lrs ln hrgh Lhool should m lke 1 t'lr of 1 m Nlllxle GORSKI Quirterbuk Nlrkle pl wing hls hr t reg,,ul1r xe1r w'1s the le1der of the eleven He fixed some tough problems but never fuled to do hls best Xlueh rs expented of hlm ln hl two renrunmg, xeir IOIL RINCSNILT H Llneman oe though not ln the utne p'1rt of most of the gwmes ww '1 erwppx sub He show ed hls los 'lltx md hght bs stltklng w rth the bunth 'lnd III the Hurlex ind lronwood gwme he drd xers good work ZPNVIH HOSEID Rnght Pnd I lumg hx list sear 7em prox ed 1 gre1t footb1ll plu er Though sm1ll he eould trwel fist 'md toxered exerx punt to per fectxon A min to t'1ke hu pl me mu t be 'L T1 t ball p ner I' DW ARD NELSOX End llwmg end Bunn howtd 1 hghtmg, pmt ID the 5511116 he pl lx ed Bunn hu fmother xerir md should proxe regular 'md x llll'll'JlC n'1n A IX I l 23 +53 apt p, ri? , 'Ei 53? 3 Q 2 I Hr ,iii , - -Q 3 f :Gil V. 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Hosetd lxarllng altlmla l e l Ctll Brandt E Nelxo Football Season of 1927 4 W ttll sewn letter men l 1 ll g, tur t ot neu lltltv wt 1 Xllfl 1 nf lt tltd not cnt xo utll but uc hope to do better nut te r St Ambrose Buwnter St mlb uwh 'IFA Summ lrs of S NLl 7 I tl fw ea on une xx on L tlumct 7 6 Hurlex 6 -l' lie xc-mer Ironucod V7 II ew Upponentx wort 7s J :rv vxw- xv if xvxw' wav num'-'-M son.-.nwfn ,f,vA.fA1.1s,J4,J,-y.J4.n'44.J,L, JA I3 ll ll lll ri li 1221 C' A- '-Ao f 1 l in ffl? ll ff' ll 'fff75?2?27l?f it Q if lf Q' iz? l 'l 2 Q-4 ff 2 lu f 9 E3 2 A12 'Ei' '23 gillg N is ls rx 22 5' 3 Elle JA I N 5.- 51 nge vi SQ S3 l l l l 414 ., 'K' U- ' Cl l ", ' kk l , B ', N , " . , , , ,' , . ',". s", nxt 4 w,- ,A . I 5A,ix. V1 5 , i X1 1 ,I fs , , , . , 4 nm S I V LX- ,f V3 ,r wg ' 3. Y V . A, .A ng if-it ti . J A 7' 5 " . - 21m 2 2 r fe n-ou ' ' 2 rizll, the i :son lvgun ' l 2 ba g. lx '- , " -'2l. fi. J . .............. 0-37 2 .....,.....,.... 1-4 'ff 5-'W ............... 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C or ltr 1CaptarnJ Tres el Nelson Coach Clulew I enter O lorn A Cawender Leprn ltr baarr I-rant Ron O Brren jakkola N1 1 or kr Basket Ball A GORSKI CAPTAIN Alex was alw 'ws on the Jump Hrs splendrd work on the floor was xers much apprecrated by eversone and he leaxes a vacancs that wrll be hard to fill IRESSEL Art put rn 'r lot of hard work and drd some fine work plurng center He rs one of the two men leawng emptx berths rn next wear s squad NELSON Bunt w as alwaxs there on defense and stopped mam two pornters H has one more rear and should prove one of the steadrest men on the team OQBORN Fuzzr was chosen c'1ptarn of the Drstrrct All Tournament Ieam an honor onls few men can recerse YVe expect a great deal from hrm rn hrs last rear CAVENDER Tarts plaxed rn a number of games and showed talent He has 'mother rear and hould prove a valuable man on the team team gorng smoothls He has two more sears and should become a polrshed plarer bAARl Bruno plar ed guard and hrs good work cost hrs opponents mam baskets He has another rear wrth VV H S to show hrs abrlrtr as a basketball man O BRIEN 'Ihough not gettrng rnto the game vers often Pat played well rn prac trce He has one more rear rn w hrch to show hrs stuff -IAKKOLA Stugga plaxed hard wrth a good str le of basketball In two rears trme he should be a star NI GORBKI 'llrke plaxed rn '1 few games and showed us that YV H S rs gorng to have 'mother good guard l'efore he finishes hrs next two wears 'YIYIVIYIY C C C K? f WXY1Y'AYX'TX'V'XW"'XTX I33 'A 153 :W W5 3593: Wa We 221 3:52 V51 Hg ritlg H-3 I .u V Z 'i , ,A . 1 5 . liz! ,, - . E v . . Exif 5- . 3 . C QW , -V f . . f ,za . , . . LEPINSKI-llarshall played in many games and did very good work in. keeping the rpg , H- - 5 . p ffg ' A , ' ,' ,t ' ' ' ' srl' ' '- - 5 I , lggs a r . .- s - f inf 7? iffldii v l THI411926 ECI-IO vtY3'T7lYf7 IYIYIYPY 17 VW., ,M W, , ,, ,,-,--,,,,,I,- ,, W 7.,,,,,. u,t,,,,,,-,,,-,w, ,,,,7, C, ,,,-- W ,W-,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.-,,,,,h, , . - X . .- - . I7 . . . . . I7 . . IFWEVEV EQ I If A Basket Ball Review for 1928 xvlth the center and two forwards of last sears team mlssmg Coach Clules could not get a xunnmg combmatlon although varlous changes u ere made durmg the season Though not haung a xerx uccessful season VVakefIeld showed lt could plav vers good basket ball on occaslon Our team had the dlStlI1CIl0fl of bemg the onlw team to defeat Ironwood ln a regular season game Next selrs squad will have four regulars and four substrtutes to start xx nth lhe VVakeheld Hugh bthool setond team plax ed four games and xx on three INext war s team will probablx rnclude some of these plaxers Thex should prove valuable materl 11 'I he folloumg rs a summarx of the season s games VVakeheld s store IS gnen last 21 18 20 23 25 IO CC 22 22 2 John D Pierce 9 Bergland 15 Crsstal Falls an Ontonagon Dec Bessemer Stambo m an e Fe Fe Fe Dec Dec 3815 1319 4 1729 3815 16-I ron River Ironwood 21 Hurley 21 I6 9 1417 Feb 74 Hurlew Dec L Anse an 6 Bergland Ontonagon Bessemer 8 an ll Ironvxood Basket Ball Tournaments lhe Dlstrrct Tournament w as held at VV1ltefleld thls year and VVakefield proved Itself qulte capable of sponsorxng such an event XVakefleld on 'Nlarch l met Bessemer for its first game xn the tournament The team played hard and each member dxd hrs best plaxed th1s season On 'Xlarch 3 the team plated for second place agamst St Ambrose It xx as a run an ax for VVakefleld endxng xx 1th a score of -P9 8 VVakefield recened a tournament ball for second place ln Class C In addxtlon the team u as voted the best appearing and one of our plasers Russell Osborn u as an arded the captamu and form ard posmon on the All Tournament Ieam 'I he team traveled to 'Xlarquette on lNI1rth 6 to tlke part IH the U P Tourna ment VVe dren Gladstone and thu took the lead and kept It throughout the game In the last half four ub u ere put ln who plated a muth better brand of ba ltetball than the regulars lht tore of 33 21 ellmlnated us from the tournament lid-Y VFW 1?1YX'Q1xi'X XYXV1 'TXD 5 X.L.KA.KJnX.g9.X.LJ4JA-J'iJLl4LJLlA.l4IQ..l.L.f4!4IAJ TX l3+ s I 1 , 1 I r VKVWJ AJ A rg, D . - . ' ....... - J. .13- ........., - . - ............ - , J: . 20- ............ 17-S . - j . ........ - J. . 27- ............. - I . ' ....... ...l9-8 Fb. 1- ............ - . - 3 ............. - b. 2- r .............. 6-'l Q53 J . - ......,,..... -11 b. 10- ...,...... -- J.. - f ........... -- 111.17-. ...,........ - EQ .- - 5 ............. -17 QQ IF? r g best. Even though we lost by a score of 23-19, the game proved to be one of the . k K ' C, - x , gn t a r at I a I , egg IR' IE! QF3' 5 1"fil 'ea Elm 7 72' I Q 'Kit . H li 1 9 L ti li C H O , ,, -M , , Am, ..-..-n.-.... -,..i,.- .......,- ...-g,l..-..-.,.,..-. . -. W V . - - -.w.v. -rv-...V , f , -..,.-,A-,,.,,,.,,,,...,,, ,,,. ..-,,,- ,, .,.-.....,..., , - ., ... ..--.--. ,,-..--,. . .V.,A -U -Yi-.W . . -...-N V YTV1 TKTKTXYXVXSPYL Y'KY1V'IT"TVl'ZlTl'7' l'7L'Yl'7'!'7f7l.'7fl'7 f'Yl'7f7fY l S"f?s1sff111f1 wif Q 7 Q f E A A if fx f All fail x ti ill fx If 1 k Rom. Hammer X rlxlx :la C mach Qluley Porter fenler llxnla 'I re el X atchalx Neznan ku C axender fron! Rnfu. H 1 end Laze ku Vale ann .lunlor Hlgh Basket Ball 'I hrs xeftr the Iumor Hxgh te'un plixed mne gunes of whlch thex won eight 'md tied one 'Uueh Lredlt Should be glxen the boxs xx ho plaxed ln these games In 1 xear or two some of them should he pl lung for YV H S 'ind we hope thex Um ITl'llCC 'ts good 't reeord then If these xoung pl1xers keep ln tralmng there ls no douht that future te'1ms will w eleome them Track Season of 1927 VValceheld hr t traek ind held meet xx 'ls held on u e 3 la t xe lr In the lunlor Hugh exents the Enghth Griders piled up XILIOFX tfter xletorx tor hr t plate Ilhere xx 'is xerx lnttle Competltlon from the bwth 'md Sexenth Grades In the Senlor Hlgh exents the lumor l,l'1ss took hret plaee wlth '1 tot'1l of 741 points lhe bemors 1 cond pl Ice with 77 points ind the Pre hmen were thlrd with 16V Ihe unlors toolt flxe hr Is three eeonds two thlrds 'md one fourth pl tee rl he Gogehlc Lountx lumor Hnth Irul. 'Ind Field lleet w'1 held lt Ironwood 1nd xV1lxEllClCl Junlor Hlgh Utrrled off mo t of the prlles fhe following were the out ttndlng ex ent for lV1keneld Stmdmg, Hroid lump NI Cor ln hr t Lenin lu Qeeond Runnmg, Broad lump-I CplI1Slxl hrt lftltltoll etond me-bull lhrow lepm ltl rst me une d1x the XY tlteheld umor Hugh eh tll le IIN C1 xlx detm e Be erner lunlor Hlgh hx 1 tore ot ll -l Ihr gme VK rkeheld the thlmpxon hxp of Gogehlt Lountx 1nd the telm wi pre ented with 1 heiutxtul loxm cup tl, J as-W1 1 al , r 1 , . JW' fx A Y 3YXfX 'X'V'k5YXf'5y'x?"X,X AXAX XLXLXAYA AIAJAIAJAJL A l l lp mall' 32 Y 3535 23 giii fs M FQ 39? Q 1535 F2 A Q" l Ei 'iii sa x tail iq Il il Y' ll His ls , r il S .,' Ss: ll ' . l Fl . . iii 2 fill fl ,v " A ii. -' -H Hg FQ , my 1 ' , H, " , ' -x ' ' je IQ, ca K . -- W Q . frat fl -3 llfl A 1 f ' . Q 'Z 1 Q 'I H ' - 5- ' Q T Q iii? pq tor l: 1-L i s 2 " ' in . Q S ' I -" ' 1 ,l l Fi ls: - J H xl- I N .5 Bas Y: 'Hz .s' '-it d :Q ss iw N n I -' zls' .Q N-. fs ' 'Q U "1 s FI - K ' 5 ' L A ' Fig FE e,,t or s,,WM ,e,t,,,-,,t,,- ttt ,Elf t L24 If gfgflf gg: 1, if s ,Qt , 4 Tllli 19.28 ECHO Y N pr 1 5512 E i-' E3 ni E3 Q FIRLS A'IHLE'1IL LLUB OFFICFRS Bark Rau jamei Stem M King lex CSpon orj Kujala Fran! Rom. kanle kr Bugnl An ler n Ahola Santtx The Glrls Athletlc Club OFFILI' RS President Alla S1ntt1 Serremrx lxllzabeth Ahola life Preszdeni lllabel Andergon freasurer NI'1rx Stem HEADS OF SPORTS I ollex ball Josephme Bugm Suzmmmg Sxlxm Kujalw Basket ball Samh Kan1eQk1 Interfwrftzze Danrzng Irene arnes The G1rlQ Athletlc Llub xxae one of the orgamzatrom Included rn the Gxrls Frxendehrp League It xx 'as eompoeed of apprommatelx fortx aetlxe Freshmen Sopho more lunlor and Senlor ,q1rlQ xxho purtlupxted ln the Sport9 offered Instead of holdmg meetmge exerx xx eek thex xxere held once 1 month so that most of the tnme mould be Qpent ln the 1nd1v1du'1l Qporte l' uh person meetlng the requrrements of the Qportx xx huh 'Ire mentioned below reeelx ed 100 pornts If Qhe made the flret team 'and 75 pomte lf She made the second Xollexlvlll xx 'ls the hrst eport offered tlue xeir A l'1rge number of the club nembere xxere out regulxrlx for prutxces exch xxeek After the hnal number of pmctlces xx ere up 1 tournrment xx 'is held to determlne the ch'1mp1on clfxss te1m 'l he Sophomores xx ho had alreldx defelted the l reshmxn team xx on the fln'1l g'1me xx hrch zvfvfvrvzvrvrvrv xv rvrv .rvfv-xvx 'vx yn. vxvxvx A Q xnfupx ygcsngszxafxgxa LA xA..lLl.A.lLv4.74.14l4.74.14124r4.:'kz L.: I36 4 ix ii E3 l F32 E33 F3 F l Q FA m wi - iii Q Fix E3 EQ E 53, or ER' Q E3 Er I L., . - - 1 J f' HL Ei, ki Q' , , , F31 E24 53 15? 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EA! . - , rs gm ,K f 3 V I ,Q 5 - sal . ., . zu' z ' . 1 , f 1 53 ' Sir do S ueeu l THE 1928 ECHO they plased against the lumor Senior team thus making them the champs of the X olles ball eason 'Ihe members of the Sophomore hrst team were Uarie Lahti Yiola 'NIcKuen Sarah Ixameski Gertrude Komowe Sxma Oja byma Hautanen Yvonne Proteau Lila Anderson and Grace Olson Each of these team members plaxed in at least one game sw gurls plaung on the floor at one time Because the Tumors and Seniors were lacking in players thex formed together the umor Senior team of which the followm were members osephme Bugni Nell Ojala IVIargaret Olson Aila Santti Nlabel Anderson and Irene james The second sport was Basketball Regular practices were held each week and tice regularls and who showed the best ability in their playing A tournament was held again and the basketball cup went to the class of 1930 again this season The final game w as with the Seniors whom thex defeated bi a score of 23 to 13 The results of the prelimmaries are as follows The freshmen were defeated by the Sophomores 43 to J The first year girls fought hard and are determined to win next wear The lunior Senior game was the closest It was necessary to plav an overtime period finishing with the score 79 to 28 Members of the class teams were Fnssrniex Emma Karling Sylvia Kujala ulia Ahola Helvi Hietlkko Arla H111 Bertha aakola QCaptJ SOPHOMORES Grace Olson Beatrice Keskew Marv Bugni Saima Hautanen Elma Lake Gertrude Komove .IUVIORS Margaret Olson Nlell Ojala Josephine Bugm Irene ames CCaPr J Janet Ricca Grace hlatthews fCapt SENIORS Alla Santti Mabel Anderson Elizabeth Ahola Alicia Kumpula Frances Boardman Sanna Kujala lCapt J Track was the spring sport taking the attention of the girls Grade 9 came out ahead in this with 210.3 pomts. The events were. 50 yard dash standing broad jump basketball throw for distance and baseball throw for accuracy. Each member of each team made some points for her class as a graduated scoring plan was used. The individual activities included in the club were swimming and interpretive dancing. The girls came out once a week and after they had completed I4 lessons, a test was given. Those passing the test received 100 points and those who did not pass the test but who had the required practices received 75 points. The girls who received points in swimming are: Frances Boardman Nlary Brown Syma Hautanen Helvi Hietikko Bertha aakkola Emma Karling Slyvia Kujala Laura Keskey Laura Lake Alicia Kumpula Annetta La Plante Grace Olson and Bertha Ieppo. Those having points in dancing are: Grace Olson Gertrude Komove Nlargaret Ai in - Olson Irene ames, Helen Schwartz, Cecelia Klaki, and Lucille Hissey. ' VVork in athletics was not entirely confined to our own school, for Gertrude ii Komove, Beatrice Keskey, Viola IVIcKuen and llaxine Hoseid represented VVakefield at the county track meet last year, bringing home honors in several events. NI. A. l37l Q ' j . s . i 5 ' . . ' : . ' ', ,. , . . I V . , 4 I , 4 4 . , , ' 4 c , 1 , 7 c , i 4 . , c c f . c . V' I c cf s , .L l .5 4-'I 4 I . 4 ., "g' ' ,I .., .. . , I I Sc i, . c 0 , 1 -. . . 'cc . 1 . s c T . ' 1 y the first team for each class was chosen from among the girls who were out for prac- I c -I c v c I D " i i z i . . c l c ' 4 D I . v v' ' V - I v F . . ' : ' Y n . - ' 1 0 Y ' - , V. bf 1 E . . 1 . iv i 1' c I ' 1 I 1 4 ' c .D . t a u i J . . . I . . 1 . . 4 A J . 'f , A I L L .Er I ' . . A - - . - . . . . , l Y y , 1 c L ' , . . , . c 7 , ' . 1 V C 1 y J' fv 4 v 4 v 3 r Y 4 v y 4 :Q . . 1 , , t , . F , , J al I H li 1936 ILC ll G 'lr lac Bark Rofu. Peters C Tressel A lressel Caxender Collnns Qalo Bonka Ferraro Cavender Palm Tl11rdRofz.. 'Iyvnl Mann F Delmet H Delmet Cavender Wahlberg Haanpaa Kumpula Serond Rofu Buck Ayette Pltrone Crembolls jarvlnen Perluo Martlnkoskl Blumstem, Lepnsto Nurmn Stanles Mr Schneider front Rom. Jacobson Myers Burdeau Hyppa Mvers Mattson Vl H S Orchestra Har mg retelved a new xmpetus through 1 summer course m orchestra trammg mterest rn that organwatlon has been developed rn the school to a degree never before reached As the students learned to plas thexr Instruments with lncreasmg proflclencv, newer and more difficult fields of musrc were conquered xvltll the use of two forty for the entlre practlce period Although the membership of the orchestra has grown during the past year greatls through the efforts of lllr Schnender the dream of a well balanced orchestra, 'ur orchestra capable of mterpretmg dlflicult muslc well rn Wakefleld Hugh has not ret come true Nevertheless, another year of effort must cert'unlx carry us almost to the ideal A l3s 'if V Q 55 Sz Q! F23 C3 IN, 1. Fla at si F31 Sy E52 mg oi 5.25 nf Flag iff? , a s ,, M ,, - W , , ., , , , ., . . Mi Hg 22? 1 935 . , . . . . '. ' . .' ' ': ' v . . . . . . fig A 1 , ,- A , ag five minute periods a week during school hours, even bus pupils were able to remain Fi gan le-ll Q25 . l"" 'l THIS 1928 ECHO ,.. . ,,Y--A-..i- V V Y VVVV --,w--- --Y- .-- - - -- ---- 7-'AW - -r'-' y A A 'X Back Rolz. Mann Cavender Tressel Collins Salo Ferraro Mr Schneider fDirectorl Tlnrd Rofu Galmatz Wahlberg Cavender Kumpula Laakso Second Row.. johnson Delmet Haanpaa Palm Cavender Luoma Cembolis Front Roi. Delmet Nelson Hill Peter Collin W H S Band director 'Ur Schneider Through his efforts and help of the students in the band who have been working diligently it is progressing rapidlx The group meets every 'Vlondax 'md VVednesday 'afternoon during school hours This organization h1s not as wet made any public appearances but is planning to do so soon The band h1s not a complete instrumentation as basses trombones ban tones and melophones are still needed Nevertheless even though it is not large in number the VVakefield High School Bflnd has a very promising future before it E H 'N E xilx.IxA.cY.fxAcv.fxfv:Ax1x4x.Ax.4xLxA1:ix4.JL.1LJLfL1 Azhvhldxalkrllhllzzzx It rss In . . 'Y n2'Wf'f'f"""1 1 gli ggi Qi We 'Fi we Qa i632 wi Fig :Qin iii sill Fi' My H M- . , . 1933 43 ' ' V-N" J' I ' , ' H 1 , ' 253i 93 ' A F3 52313 3 95? F3 iii se: I i S The band is a new organization of the VVakefield High School, organized by its ,gf ' , . . ' . ' . . ' , rang T - W U was ipji . .r . K 'V 'Y . Ky . . wi A - T - e T V t - few ' ' ' ' 555: fill ' ' 941. SE' 'ri' Eli Jil lil. ii? 554. T535 ii, -, , - av- I'-v-fiH43EXQr'r'r'r"r'5fr 1 F 1'l"Y?'l'V' 1'V'?"I"!!"V.r2f -VY TBWL Bark Ram 'Xlr Qchnelder llhrectorl Hull Rleca 'Iorkko 'Nlaln Rama Haanpaa Olson C ouza Third Ron. Calrardl Pllchta Delmet ame Schwartz Nxltula Luoma lXUlXlI1El'l Se1undRofL Leplsto Kumpula Cxoxando Colllns Olson Matta Xhola -Knderson Matthews -X Ixeskew Fran! Rofu. M Keskew Krleskn Teppo 'Iyym Kujula Bugnl Ojala Glrls Glee Club 'I he Glrle Glee Llub orxgmated m 1977 md has functioned sueees tullx for the past hve wears It his made sex er1l puhlle 'xppeflrances mtludmg The love Pxrfttes of Hawau ln l977 'md Rmgs ln the Sum dust last xe'1r It has also 'lsslsted ln other produc. tlons sueh as the Lhrlstmis plus W'hs the c,,l1lI'l1CN Rang 'md fhe 'Yltluts 'I he recent productlon of the operettl Ihe Fxre Prmee sw 1s presented on Xlarch 19 under the dlrectlon of 'Ur Sehnelder wlth the tsslstfmee of 'llrss Lohh llfllss Gnlbert ind Nlxss lxmgsles 'Ihe lC'llllIlg roles were 'lhlx enieted hs Phxllts Pllehta Smni Kumli Nlxldred Leplsto AllLll Kumpuli Gertrude Bllillll md xliftlll Keskex The perform1nLe was greitls enjoxed hx the delighted ll1LllCflLH Xlueh ot the clubs uorlc his been done jolntlx u 1th the Boxs Glee Lluh LASI Ol' I'lRlr PRINLI' 'Q"5-.Yr 4l TN T ' ' v w v s - V . 1 - L , :Q ' fe l 4 1 l - 1 1 1 . 1 I . L L 1 . h J 'f '. -: , 1., "' -.-mv..--L, --ffjv' .rw-1' xg , .. -3,1 ,fn ,J , i", . , ' ,. , ., 1 ,jf ., . .' 4 ',.f 1. J 1 ,Q 'lie' 'fix l',.!1.7"1Q.i1 'NIL Xfj. f..' Y. 94. I- T -- ' K ff , 'fl !'. '--1 dk LQ GH F1 -T5 3'-fi 44. -4 Lv A-. PM ef!-, 211 M A ' M v 1 s ' v A ' v v " , I . I . ' N 1 . . . K 1 r ,. , , . v. 1 . . 1 J S- , - , , - h 7 L' 7 v v 7 Y v -lv -7 v - 'A v 1 ,. 7 1, 1 1 , , ,, 1 . M, ,, , . 5. in 5, v ' 'H 7 Y ' . ' 5 1 . , 1 . . . . . 1 ..... 1 I " .5 ' 'rx ' ' .W . i . H . X .ny 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . - U . Q . 1 Y Q ,, Q Q Q Hx . Y , -1. L 1 C 1 - L 1 1 K 11 1 ' ' i x i i i 'Q Q 'Q nn Y 1 ' i VY As' ' ' V' 'YY ' 1 1 . 1 1. 1, I 1 1 1 1 I . ' 1 H' ' ' ' - ll ., . . 1 , 1. . 1 , . . .W . '. l'N.s x , . 1 . 11. . 1 . .. , 1. , . f. 1 . . . 1 I . .1 1 -'. 1 1 1 - 1 ' . , 12 1 . ' 1 ' '- '.', 7' , . . . 1 , , '1 1, 1 1 , 1 1, 1, 1 . 1 1 1 . . 1 . . 5. L , . . Z 1 I A 1 L v . ' ' 1 Y' ..' ' S K , 1. 1 . . . .ky 3:4 :'?1 Vsi '-ff PH 1' fm M ,1 .1 Q U yr , ,H . 1, 1 , U 1 1 1 1 sn 1 1 . 1 4 , V . . z Q", 'fx H1 'Tx ,fer-, 1' , '-..f.,1fAf1-1.1-'n:fi,l'1- I U THE 1928 ECHO ft, Collm Nel on bembolns Mr Schnelder fIJll'CCI0l'J Wa g Gull Palm How Fentfr Rau Burdeau Cawender Crosby Tres el Karlmg Run Cawender Front Rau 'Vlexer Remondmo Ferram Peter Ho exd lsto 5 Q. rim I V The Boys Glee Club 6 ,.,, As m prevxous xertrs the Boys Glee Llub was 'lg un org'm1zed at the begmn g of the sthool term Regular meetings were held from 8 30 to 9 00 evers N o 'V Y and VVednesd'1y mormng W-F The rble support of the Bows Glee Club co opemtmg wnth the Glrls Glee Club w as the impetus whxeh made this tears Lhrrstmas p'1ge mt the success that lt was Ihe page'mt depleted the storx of the blrth of Lhrnst and was the most xmpressne and m plrmg performance of nts kmd ever grven m the hxstorv of our school The Fire Prmce 'ln operetta m two aets w as also gn en thls wear bw the Bows and Glrls Glee Llubs Although a dlflicult undertaking 'md wlth onlx two weeks of practxce It turned out to be a huge success Ihe leadmg male roles were ablx enacted bs aek Howe Nels Karlmg Bruno b'1'1r1 Arthur Laxender Zemth Hoseld VV1ll1rd l3urde'1u and Sumo Lavender Ihe members of the chorus showed up plendrdlx m the mmy dxflleult parts 'lS9lgl'lCll to them 'I he operetta was under the dxrectlon of 'Ur behnelder 'tsslsted bv Unss Lobb md Xlxss Gnlbert ln 'NIM the Hou md GlflS Glee Llubs uxll be represented '1 second tlme at Xhrquette Ihe W' H 5 Glee Clubs haxe grovsn mto tzurlx formidable org'1n171 txons It ns hoped that thex will cop the honors 'lt Xlarquette thls sear 'N K E1:1fJ..rf!,':e'estIt.4.fz,'.'z:1cac:za,':f,.fHa,Dv':.': mmfnubafhbmmal U i' I I D D D . .C . . . 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My R+ ll THL1975 LCTTO A A Elghth Grade Glrls Glee Club The Jumor High Glee Clubs xx ere organized rn 1926 bx A1195 Cobb The alm lS annual operetta xx 1s On Plxmouth Rock nn which all muslcal organlzatlons ln the Jumor Hlgh took part Lads Frances 'ln operetta was gxven bs the seventh and eighth grade clubs for the 'rssemblx program of whlch they wx ere ln charge The Eighth Grade Club rs the oldest of the clubs thxs being the second year of lts existence uxth 'lpproxxmatelx the same personnel The meetings are scheduled everx Tuesday and fursdax The members are A Ila Bjorlcquxst Ruth R5 tkonen Stella Krxeskl 'llxldred Mraz eannette Cavender Erma De Marchl Irene Dams Ella Wettlamen Bertha Blumstem 'Klan Longa 'Mona Kameskl Nlarx Stuppor Helen llflxljeuch Pearl Urbanskl Harrlet Delmet Eleonore H111 Mars Galmatl Thresa Remondmo Beatrice Le Roux Nlaxme Hoseld Ruth Thompson Phyllis Yatchak Margaret Brown Mlldred Erxckson Mona Johns Irene Korpl Domlcella Zxelmsln Gretchen R45 ers E..LaExL4x'L4x4.CxA.4w.fxaEx41AsnQAl3.Lx':xIKxixL1LJ4l24J4l4: L.l4.14y4.v411-.rx U I-42 lla 'fi ' Wi lg El ' gg? recreational althotrgh each student is benefited. by the training secured there. Q Their at p r at gi at V- 1 T C Q 1' E 1 E ' fist ,' 1 ' ' cv" EQ! ' ' rg? JR 63, 'Q ' Ein We fiat 43 E35 Eli Qu , ,C ,M W ttte C at 5? 2 'Tr'-.'Ts'fT2Q4QHww. 4 is 4'4'3'?f?'???'Y?X?,i"?Y3?'SY"Y?b - my w- ,.,,, A-,-,,,4,,,v,w, -W ,tm Q 7 J --,---,.-re,-- . C. THL 1928 LCHO 11w1w-5 rv YAIAI X-zL1h.:L..1h.1!4:L1?4J4.rA1 41h.4LsgfxJ-.rams-.L.x..px.p. 1.AxAr1x.Ax'Xx.AxAxn.w,f A Seventh Grade Glrls Glee Club The Seventh Grade Llub IS yet ln lts mfancy but It has taken an active part ln the umor Hugh programs Thus club meets every Monday The muslcal organizations of the umor Hugh yuth each year are more estab llshed and Improvement can be judged by their programs The value of music IS unquestnoned May the actxvltnes of such clubs be encouraged for benefits are de rlved by the student school and community 'Xlembers of thus club are Helen Tuora 'Uargaret McGraxy Ellen Ahonen 'Vlary Gorlch Lucille 'Nheznanskx Elsie Palm Linda uom Celxa Rolondo Irene Urbanskl Dorothy Yatchak Inez Kanto Leona Savmskn Mrlka Churntch Leone Fltzello Vlrgmla Hosexd 'Margaret Ronon Stella Blaszlcoyyskl Vera Dumke Latherme Collms Stella Martmlcoskn Arvxlla Boleau Violet Zlelmskl Xlargaret Nelson X nenna Nlakx I'7l'Tl'YI7l7fzl'7l'Y' I7 I7 Vxvgvy l I LAXLXLLK xfxguxfxfxixgxgxixixghzgygg 474J4.l4.r41L.z4.1LJL.f L43 ,p 1 M 1 :GW I iii 'Q ra QQ lg 3542 li? QW IQ E3 2,3 in Y I L. .,,. K, 1 . . I . tal 1 e S H f L ag lill L q e r u 1 3 x f 4 V its QFRQ - H , K 'C y y 153 gl . J . . .. . Y CSI ' , . - tal p N Wi H - at E4 RFQ: Ififixfyl ffvw: fmjivwiwwpvwhwewwwwvpz 1 1 THE 1928 ECHO Tx 'B' fe--f---e-wr ver-JQAE-af -9-QGGKQ-K W Junlor Hlgh Boy s Glee Club The Boss Club li a eombmatxon of seventh 'md elghth gr'1de boxs The problem of muslc for umor Hugh boss rs Zl perplexing one but w hat they are capable of doing xx as dlsplas ed m the operetta l'1st fall There IS '1 Harmomca Trxo wlthln the club Te Club is composed of Archle Tregonlng Steven B'lltlC Forrest Hosexd Alos slus Proteau Wilder VV'1hlberg Elver VV'1hlberg John 'XI'1rt1nkoslc1 Walno 'lrxela John Mlhexe Steve Lhemoff Arthur lllann Joe NIlik0XlCll George Rwdeekx Armas VV1ll1ng Laesar Urbanskx Frank Nojcxchowskx Nlnke Baltxc John arvela Jack Lonnors Lharleton Dumke 5 'VCf'JffX"4'5I"CX Q"'K'CZCQ'LZ31Tau L'X2I,'X3Z?i 144 WW T me M f T A T R 5 Qi ea E5 A gl bg, . . , h T ' 2 l gl A Q Fi E, isa Q, T T Ti zfmfvg . - -'ir - me TTTT T - I p 7 I C, AJ9A!2E p 4rhJis.7L:4: ua 1 A Ba k Rom arunen Cemlnln Ixarllng Wahlberg Burdeau Mr Rxckett fSpon or Front Row.. Men Saarr Nel on Caxender La ln ku Remondnno The H1 Y Club OFFICI RS lreszdent Bruno S'1'1r1 Secretary 'Ireasurer Arthur Cavender Sponsor Wir Ricketts VVhen school beg'1n '1g'un tlus xe'1r 'xmong the ch'1nges w 'ms the addmon of '1 H1 Y club The purpose of thus club ns to cre'xte ma1nt'un and extend throughout the school and commumtx hugh stand'1rds of Chrnstlan Char'1cter whlle lts sl0g1n IS Clean Lnmg Clem Speech Clean Schohrshxp Clem Athletics Its 'zctlvl tres began vuth the mltmtlon of the charter members from the Ironwood H1 Y Club Later the chlrter members ll'llIl'1tCd the neu members The hxgh lxght m the clubs actmtles was the sending of a delegation to the Older Boys Conference at Sault Ste Nlme XIlLlllg'lD Berth1lYV'1hlberg 'Nels K'1rl1ng Duane Nelson and 'Hr Ricketts represented the local H1 Y club Thxs trxp w'1s flnmced bx the sule of Eskxmo Pres hx dues 'md donatlons bx the Athletlc Association Cxtx Commission Parents and Ileuhers ASSOLl1flOH and the Lommercml Club From reports from the delegates thus tnp proved both educatlonal and interesting During the week of Febru'1rx 76 to lXI1rch 3 the club ads ocated Clean Sportsmqnshlp A A A 'CX'11fIi."'iX1.K'-.IC'iIx.SC'Zxk Q..m..x4JXJL.1L,'5DL.'X3E4 Ea, DMLDDA3 I4 I 'll II li l Q - E5 3: A' H O r E335 ' ,FQQQ lg? gag lei iii? ml J are A ' sees ' W mi QW Hi? IA, - V' lv ggi gr lei! , . 431' 553g , . ' ' . giii M ........................,........................ a .... 1" :re President .......................................... Mnchael Remondlno j- ................... ................... l ..................................................... 1 . . .Ll . l ., 'Q . Q1 ,, -W N 2 1 vt C 5 . 1 . K . k,,' I . .- Eli? ' ' ' . ' Wil Efgll .5 - , . ,, Y . . . .Q A .C. :Gil fi! All Eel QE .lil E3 EQ' 513 Elm L -A l :jg TfElfEf ffffffji 'Z 5: 'B if 5l .P .H V , fy --- . 1 w xr I H lp , 1 3 15 lu Q H O VVXVXTXV1Y'1Y'LY1Y"LY'XY'kY'11'X1'KW"L"1'?'1"7l?l'7IYL'7l'7IYIYIVCYFYIVITIY' IV Bark Rom S Laxender Croebx A Caxender VVahlberg: Cxll Burdeau Th1rd Rofz. FI'8ClCTlClxN0l'l Cemboln Howe Laeunsln Saarl Neznamkl Anderson Hoxeld D Nelion Smoml Ro-1. Mak: X he lxex Lepn to L Neleon G Nllxlllil Matthexw M Nrkula Plnchta PronlRo1. Matta NI Ke-lxex Porter Niles Gxlbert QSpomor KUIXIHCH, Tyynl Kujala Radoxxslu The Dramatlcs Club Arthur Qu ender I reszdent Arthur freesel Ire I reszdent S'1nn'1 Kuj 111 Sefretary Anton L'1Q1nsl11 I TFIISIII er .lhe Dr'1m1t1u Llub hxd thelr fxrxt meetlng on Oktober 70 1977 for the purp0Qe of orgfmlzatxon xxlth 'lllss Gllbert ls xponsor 'I he purpobe of thu elub is to ere xte 1 Leen, genume mterebt m dr'1m'1t1e aetlvmeb 'lhe enrollment xxlueh is much llrger thls xe'1r thin formerlx Shoxxs tlx'1t xxe have succeeded It ls remxrkable xxlth xxlvlt mtereet the 1nd1x1du'1l members hive partlcl pated 'md 'leted xx hen ulled upon Ihe snappx pl'1x The Pxtxx xx xx lullfullx produced on December 5 1927 VV1th long and h1rd pmctxee II xx as perfeeted l,ongr1tul'1t1onQ NIISS Gllbert and Last' 'lhe Nledlexil Lhrlstmu produntxon of The Nfntlxltx xxis beautlful 'N xxell Hb nox el It xx 'xx the hret produetlon of lts lund smged m VY akefleld rl he rellglous '1tmoQphere of the produetlon xxxth ltx el1bor1te xeenerx ind deeorwtxons xx '12 greatlx pruxed bx all lhe memberx of the IDYIIDIIILN Llub luxe done splendld xxork ID 1sslQt1ng el'1ss p xxx IN xxell leg, U Xlx He rt rlu umor Llw pl'1x und the Senior plqx vxere rem lflx rble produnrlonx both mxxtul bx IJTUUIULN Llub members xxlxo uted '19 stige h'mdx IN xxcll IN pl umg lmpoltmt p1rtx VVe excpent Illllkll trom the llrun ltlrx Llub Ill the future W vfvrvlvrvfv -1. fav -W affrxvxvxslxkvxylxvx-,J 9 'KW jvnv xxx, 4.1.1. 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SK. if L2 A ' ' 1 'ig F53 be . 1 ff S151 fl 1 1 ff 'Q eefe l 1 - 1 P 5 5:5315 l v' vkf' vxf -rs' . yi' vH"vxf'.' l Q'AJ' A Bark R fu, 9: ala M ntl For kr Tres el Vale ano jacob on Baltic Center Row.. Lahti Rxde kl DeSon1a hlkula Kujala Matthew Plxchta Front Row.. 'I homp on Brown Delmet Mr Daxne lbpon orj lxxm Budgxck Wmdberg The Tattler Staff SENIOR HIGH SCI-IOOI QIIAFI' lNI1d1 Ixxm Gertrude Nxkula Fdzlor in Chzef Business llanaqer Jrt Iwlztor George Nlontl Boys Jthlerzr Izlztfr Girls lthlelzz Pfllfl Arthur Tresbel Blanc L'1ht1 bfmna Kujali Phxllls Pllehti Lzterarj Edu r Sorzetj Pzlzt r Humfr us flrue XIatthexx Imulty 1111 :ser 'III s Drlxxee BU SIN hbb FORLF Peatrxee VI mdherg, Genexxexe Budglck lulm Desonm Anne Rydebkl JUNIOR HIFI-I SLHOOL l'd1t r Jfhlem I-dmr Izterarj Fdzlfr Tloxo bus ala Anton V'1le ano Harrlet Delmet Nhrgaret Broxxn Ifum r us btexe B'1lt1e BL SIN ESS FORLE fzglzth frnrlr Ru el 'leoh on qezrnilz K rude Phxlll Nel on L ln xou IIIIILIHC the I xttler plem mg exerxone 1 1 xmpo lhle but xx lmxe tried our be t md feel tlmt xxe hue made 1 plper xx orthx of the mme Lredlt 1 due the xx ell 0I'Lll1l7Cd t lft xx ho through the eo operatlon of the umor and bemor Hrgh Qchool hx xxorlted hard to mlke the Tattler 1 h1g1g,er 'md hetter Qchool publx mtxon Ihe p1per lm not onlx recorded our pa t 'luhlex ementx but his Qet forth some of our future problem 'md 1de1l We tru t th'lt xxe haxe left 1 xxorthxx hrle orgam l'ltl0H for the Lonung, xc' lr II orlt h 1rd that xour une mix he 1 ured NI T ,ggi E3 FR I we X A 'LALAXL A KAX.LX..LX.ALLX.LJfAJLlAJ4JLlLJAJA!4J4l4l4.J4JA. 4 1 UI if iii Y gg W QQ iz? mg we U X5 I . 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Qi , ' Q2 -I H Y , W MW , v , MMM-, M,--WuM- W-jill If THE 1928 ECHO -- w fi Wx Q Q '- I .x ' , 4 4 I Q ew x The Glrls Frlendshlp League Among the numerous clubs of XV H S xxe hnd the Girls Frlendshnp League lhrs club xx 'ls organized for the hrst time m our school H1 the fall of 1977 rl he officers of the lronxx ood League mme here to assist us in orgamzmg our club lhex told us several thxnvs xx hlch thex had done nn the past xear and IH thxs xx ax vx got 1 good ldea of hoxx to begun Through an electron bx secret ballot the follovxmg ofhcers xx ere elected Preszdent Vice Preszdent Serretarj Treasurer Members of the Inner Cnrcle were appointed bx the offl e oflicl al dutxes of the club The members are Gertrude Nlkula Martha Luoma Grace Olson Cxltherlne Glox ando Grace lxlatthexxs anet Rlcca Alla Santl lola lllakx Agnes Porter Grace lxlars lxlarx Stem cers They tak care of Lois Nlelson Clarxce Ledm uha Desoma 'xllda Txnl 'I he purpose of thxs club xs to brmg the gurls mto closer relatlonshlp xx nth later llfe for a mothers and daughters banquet Thls banquet vxas one of the most outstandmg events of the xear Each xear the Girls Frxendshlp League IS to hold a campaxgn for getting subscrlptnons of magazmes bx whlch monex for a smkxng fund xx 1ll be received NI L A P 5' 1..ix4Ex1xfw.A4x.gxAxLx.nfxA. 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Ferrando M1 s Brown C loxando Kujala Porter Santtl Echo Staff Worklng, hrtrd to mlke the 1979 '1nnu11 1 LYCIYCY sueeess thin mx xelr hook pre xlouslx published the Leho Staff h'1s been husx 111 xe lr domg the trsks th xt one does not re111fe must he done until one hls serxed '1 term on tne st'11'f A greit dell h ls been done hx others 111 of xx hom we xx rsh to th'1n1c for thelr 'tsslstrmee Lnttle more c'1n he sud the '1nnu11 IS 'L monument to our efforts VYe hope xou luke lt Pdzior zn Chief A11e1'1 Kumpu1'1 Bzzszrzess Unnrger Berth'11 VV1h1herg flxst Busmess Ugr Arthur C'1xender Jdfvertzszng lllrnager Agnes Porter Jokes binna Kuja11 Snapshots NI'1he1 Anderson A111 S1ntt1 lthletzrs Bruno Saarl Joe GI11 r Gertrude Komoxe Ixpzstr L ltherme Gxox 'mdo -Xngehne Ierrlndo Angellne C111 lfdl lafullj lzlzzxers Xllss Broxxn Xlr Lhrrstophereon E25 A j WWI' ,,,.Y,,, ,v ,v v-L1-Lvxwxvxvxvxvxwrxvvvxvx ..s.Ix4xfxnxfxgxlxgx1xpfxlx.fx1xalxASxA.1L.1l..1L.7L1b..141a.JZ11414.J?4J414.1414. 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Considering the lack of time given to prepare for the debate, and considering further that Alicia was the only member of the team xvho had any previous experience in debating, one must say it did not do so badly. Howard bombarded the opposition xvith an array of facts given in a very able manner. Joe took up the burden and demonstrated further that the direct primary was a very useful election methodg while Alicia summarized the arguments for VVakefield. The team tried hard and did well but was unable to beat the more experienced Bergland team. Ar any rate everybody had a good UIUC? 1C21fYlCd something, and we hope did not disgrace the school. Bliss Horner and Mr. Ylivsaker assisted the team in preparing for the one debate in which they took part. It is hoped that next year the debating team will get an earlier and stronger start. 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'if 11' 11:1 L1 1 I C1. 1f"'1t.'-Y lx 'N ' ,Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E3 1 S2 THE 1928 ECHO W FQ uhvfuuu 1-'K' tl 61-9 4 'YSEIZXHQJ I' k Boosters and Rooters Club 'Ihe Boosters and Rooters Llub wa organized ln the fall of 1977 and under the able 'lssxstance of 'Ur Blake the followmg officers were elected President Agne Porter Secretarx rl reasurer Loxs Nelson Reporter Flleen XI1tt1 At the Bessemer YV1keheld g'1me here the gurl dres ed xn red 'Ind white and gase 1 pecml fe1ture Ihe Llub also sponsored 1 candx ale and '1 socml hour 'I he Club has not been able to do much but we hope th It ln the near future lt cm boost ewerx school utnm w 1th success Xvhlt ls 1 school without pep spmt enthusl asm and push E L NI Glrls Scouts Rxerx Ihursdu at -l- 10 sharp the Pine Qone rl roop meets m Nllss ohnson s room There are four pltrols each patrol h'1v1ng '1 patrol le'1der The leaders lre E sue Calnrdl Stella 'Nl lrtln Phxllls 'Nelson 1nd Nlelbe I-llll lVe have 'zlreads passed our tenderfoot test and are now worklng for our regrstra tnon fee ll H WSAC Do sou know what that means' It stands for YVh1te Star Art Club which IS sponsored bs 'Unss Johnson YVe meet everx Tuesdax ln the Hugh School We have made raffla baskets plaques handkerchief boxes 'md other things The officers are President XITITIIC Saarl NICE President Lllw Huhtala Secre tars Irma De 'Uarche and Treasurer Alice Peterson VI S Art Clubs Color 'md pamt of all kmds work and fun' You should wxsxt the art room durmg actwltw perlod and catch the whlrr of excxtement as we hurrv to get out our work Oh but that old clock flies' How we wish tw ould stop for 'ln hour and xou should see all the hne things we make XIZIUIC Saarl and Grace Mars preslde over the two gurls art organrzatlons Unke Remondlno rules the older boss w hlle Leasar guides hrs Merrw lVIen VVonders will never cease' Out of 1 blt of paper and wlre springs a beautrful lamp shade from a board with a bxt of clas and pamt a plcturesque plaque or book end from some straw or reed baskets of 'ill kmds from an old scarf a fine new one NIlI'8ClCSl Useful 'ind ornamental JLVuYsTx'K'.QX'J4I1i. J3G3mLfL'.'Z?',s'A1bEmLvI.?L5L'DDf. I7 ISI V' K Y-Y 7 I 1, ',' so --rf : . E3 Q ,H W Al 1 1 i i Y. .r . ,. " :"? . . . A . , I K' ,,. . . ,, t. A .KJ 5,1 Eg There are many useful things to learn and we all enjoy being Scouts immensely. I. . is IN 3 11: IN gal .. K. . . -.7 . Q . H A V.. . 4,32 'V .- V, -" ," Wi 'K 1 - ' ' ' ' ' all 'H 1,5712 :tor . '-:CV : Z:'7"?' 'Q '5"3:'K""b:: l Ks.,,f."'. 'AL' 1 -4 1- f- Q- ,ffl 'cfm THE1928 ECHO 'FR 0 IQ 1. 4-14 vwwkvvvvmp I1 A 9 Q l Q l Fl S Fl Q F ii 53 F3 l H: Fi Ei :E IH Q E522 F3 i i Q G31 Fi' WLM 63 iii Fi il? Ei f E31 93 A-WM M- A 535 r ,- Q' j JV Q ' fp 'J 9 8 ECHO I 2 i ,M Yj c W f W W K, CN Wm W e Q11 '11 P If Q , 'E ,qi Q? N is Xxx' f D Orff! fu' Kkww Lderelrq Q F4'EIdYQIQ1KSlYuW3auJW W I J Q! 4 if ' T E 1 Lu D Jf.!J'.AI 4 1.-LZ iq I i . E VJ ' f ,WM y 2 , , A f 1 y K f MEF- 71 ff if J X ia if M X ff f X ,JY K3 f L X l pl U -Y A-, ' . 4 I ty N gi . ,F V ii ' ' T IR, " N ' A 3 M 4 LQ! ff 42 -N X cf VJ 'gist M B F3 . 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UEPH 'K THE 1928 ECHO y vwWwc-vc-ve- -r-m-4-,f- ua.. -st 4 1 4.-.r,"'.i'.X..'!cC"i The Splne Freezer The black mantle of darkness had descended on the earth A new moon was rlslng ln the cloudy sky whlle I the chlef character xn this story of gloom was walkmg alone on the streets of a deserted vlllage I was enveloped ln darkness which vxas only occaslonally pierced bv the llght of the moon xvhlch plaxed hide and seek above the dark masses of clouds ln the skx I was nearmg the outskirts of the toxxn xx hen I heard the harsh dlscordant screech of some demzen of the forest which had sprung up after the retreat of clvlllzatlon The lone eerle sound accompanled bx the low murmur of the cottonwoods as the xxmds stole softlv through them vxere the onlx sounds to dlsturb the ocean of stillness xxhlch surrounded me The very thought that I was all alone ln thls sea of silence sent a shudder of apprehenslon runnlng up and doxvn mx splne Luke Ichabod Crane IH the Head less Rider I trled to pluck up courage bx xx lnstlmg The background of sxlence Increased the volume of mx vorce a hundred fold I stopped Vll1lSflll1g for fear that I might cause some proxvler of the nlght to mx estlgate the cause of the disturbance By this tlme I had clxmbed a knoll covered with underbrush and long grass A frog jumped from under mv feet and I leaped rn terror A cold pang selzed my heart ln a clammx grip Thls agltatnon was only momentarx hoxvex er for I soon real nzed what was the c'1use of mx fright I kept on xvalkmg The moon had novx reappeared sufliclentlx for me to discern mx surroundings About fifty feet to mx left the ground xvas broken up into hllls or banks of earth xxlth here and there what seemed to be stumps of trees A dlreful thought entered my mmd but I brushed It aslde with a spmt of bravado My curloslty lmpelled me to direct mx steps towards the plot of ground The moon had again disappeared behind the clouds leavmg me agaln ln darkness As I had taken my bearmgs I had no dnfliculty rn approachmg the object of my curloslty All of a sudden I stumbled headlong over a sod bank covered wlth long grass lntermxxed wnth flowers whlch threxv off a verx dellcate odor remlndmg me of funerals Luke a Hash the thought occurred to me that I was m a graveyard many mlles axvay from any human habltatlon I stood up suddenly seized wlth a spasm of fear and horror The old man ln the moon agam sent hrs beacon llght over the land He seemed to be makmg fun of me At the same time the outlme of a large white tombstone arose before my eyes 'Vlv haxr seemed to flx through my hat my teeth chartered and my feet began to sxvax lnke aspens But stxll I moved closer There on the stone was thus mscrrptnon Here hes that was enough for me I turned around xx lthout any further hesrtatnon whatsoever and headed for my car xvhrch I had parked on the malnstreet of Deadvllle The vxorlds Olymplc running record was broken that mght Hlghways are Happy Waxs I murmured is mx car sw'1x ed drunkenlv over the rut filled road Nels Karlmg I54 - ' A A li! . . . 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U l - V Y 'Y yn y 1: r, I., ' l THE 1928 ECHO 'QP 7f'WF-'-0-W- Ii'-i2..R"L 'z...L"7T1.K1'KiKs'X'cI "fISI"Y-..fs.Ac4iI A Illuslons and Dlsllluslons This IS a tale of monotony It IS the tale of a mald who arose one mormng ready for adventure and eager for rom lnce It IS also the tale of a change In mood and the whys and yy herefores VVhen I opened my ey es that 'I uesday morning Fate dld not grant that my gaze fall on the Prmce of Dre mms passing my wmdoyy as I secretly hoped Instead I saw a lowermg gray sky and below sooty gray snow yuth cheerless naked black trees ID the background Undaunted I arose and when I went down to breakfast I felt more yubxlantly courageous than Don Qulvote himself Lyen the drab gray ness of domg the dlshes and cleamng the kxtchen left me unscathed I shook the carpets with all the Lusto which a hero m an old fashioned melodrlma mlght expend upon the vnllam I poked my mop into hidden corners with the spmt with yvhlch St George killed the dragon But as I sang I began to feel the dull uneasmess the uneventful ordlnary ness of the atmosphere The same unending unchanging pettxness of domg the dishes and cleamng kntchen wrought a feellng that began to rob me of my joyous sp1r1t Slowly very slowly mv peace of mind began to slnp away Slowly the mood of that unlnterestlng dull sky and the dlrty streaked snow fell upon me The murky axr snow on the roof melted by the warmth caused llttle streams of dlrty w ater to slxther down to the dram and drlp wlth a clock like monotony to a plece of tm below bloyvly the mornmg dragged by Dmner seemed greasy md unpalatable Afternoon came as the stlcky snow melted and covered brown muck yylth water A few birds chxrped but their songs seemed to carry a hlnt of evll omen and xmpendlng dlsaster The work done I was free to do as I pleased But my favorxte books were unmterestmg plans to vlsxt frlends dld not appeal to me At length I went up to my room and there allowing my self to smk unto the drab gray all covermg monotony I had been fightmg I fell asleep Thus ended the day This IS a tale of monotony It 15 also a tale of a change mn mood Allcla Kumpula Loye s Young Dream Tony and lylabel stopped at the steps of the umverslty audxtorxum Well I ve got to be going S long sand Nlabel See you tonight sand 'Iony Important business you know Mabel watched hlm make the steps m two bounds At the door he stopped and flashed her a smxle an adorably boyish smlle she thought He looked so handsome ln his great belted overcoat and hat pulled down on hrs forehead Business eh I wonder' said Nlabel Ill just run up and see for myself lylabel and Tony had been chummmg together for more than a year now and their frxendshlp was turnmg into something more serious It was understood on the ,L QTQ'Z'.7xT3mEY.E1','l2vXZ2:b 'X .zu 'YJDBQ L55 3 13 F carried a lurking touch of restless discontent that communicated itself to me. The E3 . .gl V. .D . D - ,I F ei Y y ' . . !..' Fl '- ,V -, . Q skit: Cc' - :' : ' :: : sy' ' l THE 1928 ECHO YEDW: 'P campus that Tony had the prrvrlege of takrng Mabel to such college functrons as the Proms and the lrke Both were Senrors and very popular They found each others company not rn the least unpleasant and lately Mabel vyas seen wearrng Tonys precrous Frat prn Oh yes they yy ere qurte tar gone' About ten mmutes after Tony had gone rn Nlabel opened the door of the audrtorrum What she saw attracted her rmmedrate attentron She sat down and quretly yy atched a look of rntense rnterest rn her keen blue eyes Tony was rn earnest conversatron wrth some one a grrl Who? Oh yes Celra Carthom' Well of all the ' thought Mabel She saw Tony walk toward Celra and grasp her arm a beseechrng look rn hrs eyes She shook hrs hand off and vyalked to the couch He sat besrde her pleadrng earnestly She shook her head Frnally Tony snatched hrs hat and was about to go, when she rose and turned to hrm her arms outstretched He dropped hrs hat a questronrng look rn hrs eyes She nodded Suddenly he took her rn hrs arms and krssed her It yy as too much' Mabel turned to go when a vorce rn the front called More pep' Rotten' That last scene over once more' 'lhat nrght Tony srttrng rn 'Vlabel s pretty lrvrngroom receryed hrs final answer and to all appearances rt yyas verv satrsfactory Martha Kurvrnen In The Past We sat before the dy mg embers rn the hre place of a small hotel rn the Western mountarn town of Taramre The group yy as composed of three men one a tall pale young man yy ho had come to the mountarns for hrs health an old gray harred man and I were the other two No one spoke for about half an hour each watched the smoke rrngs curl and yvhrrl away A cold blast of 'ur rushed rn as a mrddle aged yy oman entered Then the old man spoke lhat woman remrnds me of a story rn my past lrfe lVIrnd rf I tell you about rt? Do tell us the young man sard eagerly He alw ays hungered for such storres A strange lrght gloyy ed rn the ey es of the old man as he spoke rn a deep pleasant yet saddened vorce I met her on the trarn gorng from the crty to the foot of the mountarn She was a lrttle devrl for mrschref Her looks hrd her mrschrevousness under a mantle of prous rnnocence lt happened that yye yyere both rn the same party that was to ascend the mountarn as soon as the tram arrrved rn the valley When the trarn reached rts destrnatron both of us kept together All day long we torled up the rocky slopes I carryrng the flowers she had prcked amongst the rocks When the party reached the top the others went to the other srde yy hrle we stood on a hrgh rock lookrng rnto the yalley beloyv She had been lookrng through the fleld glasses and then reached out to hand them to me porntrng, to some yy hrte specks far beloyy 'I he cold wrnd must Lfffrf' 4 Q-"e"c:zf"e'c..'rv'ev mf-H w Emp' LA L56 'y IK ,Y ' ll ' , . 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D. . ,Q 1 'K 'Y' ' y ' ' r J ' l ' I - '. 1 l l I: 'y - so M- 9 : : ' : : ': 1vZ1?2b3P' ' V' g 2, I l THE 1928 ECHO J .QP uBEBBXD 1'L.'WuYu' V7 have numbed my fingers for when I reached out for the glasses I dropped them She tried to catch them and ln domg so lost her balance She screamed I tried to hold her but she slid over the rock out of sight VVhat moments of horror' A cold sw eat broke out on my forehead my stomach felt suck I stood looking at the spot where she had disappeared Then I 'lwoke from my lethargy and slowlv worked my way over the smooth rock 'Ihere below was a small ledge and on lt lay her red cap but nothxng could be seen of her When my toes almost touched the ledge the rock gave away and I found myself ln an Indian Temple Treasured Indl'll'l rellcs adorned the walls and cellmg and 'ls I made my way to a patch of lnght from '1 small hole m the cellmg I stumbled 'Ind fell headlong Lrghtmg a candle I yyent back and there lay the gurl pale 'md stlll but breathing Alvm Hanson A Trlp Across the Atlantlc VVe w'uted anwously at a smxll port nn I' ranee for the arrxval of the ship whlch was to take us across the Atlantlc After 'ln elapse of two hours lt 'lrrlved Agfunst the pale blue sky 'md the mlm blue w :ters xt seemed lyke '1 grant monster But Indeed lt turned out to be just lyke the home of 1 myllxon ure I can famtly remember the great luxury whlch 'lbounded everywhere espeually the beautlful soft rugs of the waves was heard and the cool soft breeze was very refreshmg The shlp started sallmg lmmedmtely I wouldnt haye known I yy as on the sea had If not been for the luxury of the shxp which completely enveloped me We saxled on for five days wlth no change m the weather The sea was always tranquil But I knew that this calm atmosphere could not last very long It was too beautlful to be true The next morning the sea was more dxsturbed the blue waves were no more loyely but dlsmal gloomy and black and we knew that '1 storm was approachmg Hoyv I dreaded a storm' Thls day we couldn t go on deck and feel the salty sea breezes but eyeryone w as ordered to hrs room 'md 111 wlndoyys were closed Sud denly the shlp began to rock 'md I knew the ragmg storm yy as on It Increased and I could almost hear the huge wayes dash against the ship I trxed to fall asleep and forget It but thls was ID yarn After goxng through twenty four hours of terrible fear and suspense the storm ceased and ey ery thmg became clear once more Dawn came on sloyy ly yy lth its mlsty pale red 'Ind blue and at length the sun greeted us Before long The Statue of Liberty welcomed us and we saluted If yy nth great Joy Catherine Gloy ando A'-.L LC i'Zx'X"1I'vI1A-i'Z'cIQ'IQ'.ZfKJv'Z1'12X'1'L"E2P4r' :LA,'mbyubLx fn l7I t U S ' CK V Y V . 1 , 1 .I . D ' - 1 . 4 c I . T Y I A C I 0 . ,, . . .. I 1 I 1 - K ' . I C I u . . u Y . . . ,, . I , . , . . , . ', . ' z ' I ' , ' . . ' ' K I n K T I ' C . g I ' . . '. 'z 'z , ' 5 ' . '. . , ' , C A v v ' 1 v v , : w. '. K . , . As we first stepped on the ship, the sea was serene and lovely. Only a faint stir . , , V , , i K u s . Y . , v . V . ' Y. l . n C C I .Y I I u I . 4 . I - vc . , Y Y ' ", 'I , I , ' ' 4 1 I 4. I . ' Y g ' ' ' ' , I I f . - -', . . , L ' c . vc I . I c I , . , L ' 'I ' c 1 . I I ,'! Y. . I , ,IU K 7 , . iv v , 1 Y . V. 5 THE 1928 ECHO V' A .UP 'W' 'nb uX324.'??lTirP'Z,"44+'"3'u.1111-Au.s..""""Y4E'K"'V"""" MGC! A Letter VVakefleld Mnchlgan March S 1928 My dear Mariana Since you have left my dear my days have been very eventful I will try to tell you something of an event of slxght Importance or of llttle consequence to my happy and darmg life when I was returnmg home alone from town When I thmk of that dreadful nlght mv blood seems to curdle The alr was :cy cold the moon seemed to mock me as It sent xts beams of lnght to the earth Somehow my blood seemed to freeze and then I heard a long howl of a pack on the chase The starving wolves had crossed my trall and they would soon get me I shivered I almost froze m my tracks Then I began to yy onder how I could make my escape fhere were no trees nothing but a huge wide plaxn Gradually I could see the pack draw nearer and nearer You may wonder how I escaped and am here today to tell you about lt But thus IS what I saw I saw an old barrel alongside of the road I remembered that I had a can of red paint ln my pocket that I had bought that night Immediately I crawled lnto the barrel took out the truth of a statement made by a hunter and trapper who had had such an experyence as I was to have Ar last the pack was around me I patiently waited and when the huge leader poked hls head mto the barrel I sw abbed hrs head wlth palnt The wolf was quite surprised at this and withdrew Now the story goes around that lf the wolves see that a fellow wolf rs wounded or bleeding they will xmmedlately jump on hum and devour him The fellow wolves mistook or thought that the paxnt on the leader was blood and soon I had to deal with one less wolf I repeated the pamtmg process and each tlme xt worked Thev saw red and there w ent another wolf to satlsfy the others appetxtles Gradually their number dlmmlshed Now wolves are blg hogs or gorgers so they filled up so much that they couldn t yy all-r but lay on the snow groanmg and ln agony At last I knew that I was safe so I took a stave out of the barrel and hut each helpless wolf on the dome thus klllxng them The next day I collected bounty On forty One wolves 'Hy CYDCTICHCC yy 1th those darlmg creatures goes to show how a man can use his brains to advantage Well so long I will tell you more about my adventures ln the far north later on Very affectionately Berthal Wahlberg FA"'ff.' 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I THIL1998 ILCHO rrzvrrrrrvrvv-rrrrrz:-v rvrv vvgvsvx vx vx I C 'Nfl' 5 ks' F 'VA f VVh1le living in the old country as a lad of sixteen I worked for an old woman who owned a magnificent estate The mansion had been built by her great great grandfather and a xy onderful mansion it was too But because the wood from which the house had been built was hauled on Sunday the place was cursed and brought ill luck to all those who dwelt ln it The neighbors never ventured to or from its portals after nlghtfall It was whls pered among them that the place was haunted by Wltches and all such horrors that would terrrfy the vuts out of anyone But I fool that I was had no fear I mocked the footsteps that crossed the roof wrth heavy tread I even dared the unseen to come forth and wrestle with me The unseen never came but once and not even then in flesh and blood but like the devil whom we know lS near but cannot see This happened one night when I came home from a party not walking as straight as should have been the case either My shoes having become wet somehow or other I prepared to hit the hay and was soon fast asleep Suddenly through the deathlike stillness came the sound of something fallmg heavily to the floor Coming to my senses I reckoned it to be my shoes which must have fallen from their resting place When I went to plck them up the fool things were sitting as pert as could be at attention in the place I had left them A chill began to crawl up my back but back to bed I went anyway Again and again the same thing happened until I became so raving mad that the house shook The mrssus became frightened and hvsterical but I let her rave for all I cared Fool that she was living in a house like that At that moment we heard footsteps above our heads This of course filled me with such anger that I ran upstairs and was going to take the unseen by surprise but nothing was to be seen Thus we lived in this terrible place until the poor old woman died leaving her misery behmd The old mansion was left to rum and decay and there it stands to this very day possessed of evil spirits that dance and sing and moan the whole night long in memory of a sinful man who worked on Sunday. Emma Karlmg. A - 591 wwf-pr f ac-4 :c.:4.g.g: 1 - - -feral IA CT The Curse That Liveth On 13 - r Y- V . , , . 39:3 Sli! ' - . Hg? I put them toudry on a soyrt of cross beam that reached across the room. This done 7' ' Y ' - lfxli - v I :fill Eg: liii 16251 '53 35? VH ill iii? - 2 4"c"f'f'eWf"""'a"'f'r'rfv'-Yxf'.X",vXFr'f'1Ye 'H - :fly l THE 1928 ECHO Whlte Glory Magnrficent glorrous superb was the wrath of the old North Krng A pompous gentleman was he a fldgety old man who blustered around rn a grandrloquent manner outraged because hrs srster Autumn had encroached upon hrs rrghts Stronger far than the forces of the East and the West and the South he now stalks over the country flrngrng snow from hrs great hngers lrke that fortunate who on the Fourth of July tosses pennres to scramblrng chrldren Ceaselessly hrs frrgrd wrnds wove therr traps for the unfortunate weaklrngs men All through the nrght and far rnto the day they worked flrngrng therr soft whrte charns over the hrlls of the North Therr krng was havrng hrs revenge Even the Sun whose brrllrant rays were but mockery came out to see the earth a prrsoner The day went by The monarch called back hrs servants and wrthdrew to the glory of hrs crystal palace there to watch the results of hrs devastatrng journey Calm at last he warted Then as he saw strange machmes man made creeprng over hrs wrnd swept valleys a brt of knowledge lrke the pornt of a sharp sabre prerced hrs heart He had not crrppled hrs enemres The sun vsas brrght the other lands far to the south rested rn the beauty of summer and novs even the weakest of those whom he hated were vrctors were breakrng avr ay from hrs grasp Hrs scepter was now a mere sy mbol of what had gone before The North Krng was krng no more Alrcra Kumpla The Vanrshrng Trrbe Once years ago we were camped on a sol1t'1ry ledge far up the srde of Brg Bear Mountarn Mrles below rn a sleeprng vrllage drm lrghts twrnkled whrle far above rn the heavens the srlent stars kept watch Our fire stretchrng rts flamrng arms for the moon vshrch now sarled lrke a srlver shrp far over the mrsty lake alone lrfted the mantel of darkness It yr as here rn the dead of nrght that Chref Wokontus fthe farth ful leader of a vanrshed trrbel told thrs rmpressrng story I was alone chrldren all alone far up yonder on Eagle Clrff My chrldren of the woods had retreated to therr warm burrows the srlver fox to hrs den the huge grrzzly to hrs rocky cove whrle the feathered creatures nestled low rn therr warm nests There far out on a ledge overlookrng rrvers that wended therr way lrke srlver threads rn and out of the deep forests I worshrped the Sun God as he slowly sank rn the west Yes the God I worshrped yn as drsappearrng but he would return agarn whrle my people must vanrsh forever My heart xx as sore frrends very sore for were not my people lookrng to me to lead them once more to the happy huntrng grounds and lands of plenty whrle all the trme the vrhrte man ss as pushrng us farther and farther to the west? As I scanned the drstant mountarns and fertrle plarns searchrng everywhere for the ansu er to thrs great problem a lovs rumblrng lrke mrghty thunder resounded from the drstance Nearer and nearer came the trny specks and just as the sun sank cloud of dust enveloped the horrzon A mrghty herd once powerful and mayestrc came crashrng onward 'I hey too yr ere berng drrven from therr grounds by the whrte man and lrke my people sy ould vanrsh rnto the past They passed on and as the dust settled the evenrng stars came out It was then chrldren wrth my arms extended to the whrsperrng prnes rugged clrffs and spacrous skres that I prayed fervently and longrngly for my PC0Pl9 Edna Schwartz 160 . v . - ' . I Y ! Y 0 n . 4 u v , Y n Q 1 4, , . . I ' . l ' ' , . . , , . Y . . . , 1 s . a 1, 1 - v ' r r r ' . I . , . Y r 9 7 V ' . . - y -V y . C . . ' r , I , Y . 4 . . . . . . 1 1 I Y . . . . - H . . . 1 l Y ' ' s x . 1 . , . . . ' r l . ' ! 7 ! ! . ,V l - ' 7 r ' 1 s Y l V - Y , . . y . Y . I . 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A A School Calendar Sept 5 Hello everybody Sept 7 Welcome to our c1ty we peda gogues Sept 9 Our first assembly and VVhos YVho Sept 14 Ihey re not such a had lot 'lfter 'Ill the teachers Sept l6 Another assembly VVe dem onstrate our xoc'1l 'lblllty 'L pretty f'l1t failure Sept 19 The Rules and RCgUl3tl0DS are coming m fast and furlous Sept 23 That was one hllarlous as sembly to start the year with Nlother Goose Rhvmes clown or chestra mock football game nevery thmg Sept 26 Lessons agazn How funny' Sept 28 Just another day Sept 30 No more September tlll next year Oct l We beat Park Falls today Oct -I-Flrst snow' Drag out your wmter heavles klds Oct 8 Another defeat But we almost beat Calumet dldn t we Oc ll P V D thinks Tonv IS a good entertamer and we re not gomg to argue wrth htm about It elther Oct 13 Look at the ram' Everybody as blue as a gmgham apron Oct 15 We sure got Hurley anyhow Oct 18 Flrst Tattler and its a pup P 1 Oct 70 Howdy Anderson rs slttlng on top of the world when he drlves his Ford No wonder hes got a stack of history books under hum VS hx Oct 7l Blg pep meeting 'md some bonfire' VV'1snt that a sad funeral Oct 77 liessemers corpse made one grand resurrecnon Oct 26 Frrst report cards' VVe find some students on the Extra Prlvllege it Oct 78 'lhe Nlasquerade went oyer bl Exerybody reported a good UIUC lXov -l+Those health models at as sembly looked good enough to eat lNov 7 Educatlon VVeek lNoy 9 The umor Hrgh Assembly had to hmsh its house cleaning after the vlsrtors 'trrlved lNox ll What novel wmdow dlsplaysl 1 he students were out on a publlclty rampage lNoy 14-Mr Bemer got the low down on us ln Chemistry and Physics by gumg us a test Have pxty on our shrneled mtellects lNos 18 The JUHIOI' Hxgh Operetta On Plymouth Rock was so cute' lNoy 71 Another Tattler today IXov 3 Thanksglvmg tomorrow VVe re thankful lt comes on Thurs day cuz we have two days of vaca tmn lXox 78 Some students look as lf they were stxll suffering from the after effects of their Thanksgiving dinners 511 G H C.'.U"-..'K1.KZUS'-.Xx'ICI-."Z33IX",i1"7..If'3.7''L.1L.f'x''D1'f?,J'2.,"'L,"'3I?,.fZ,'L' D E62 A A Q! 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' I4 f ' " ' - NI: '. 2.1-11111' 11111 C1111 '111 '11-11 I 'MS-1 V11 IFS' H1 '1111 - 11171111111 1111-1' 11111 1 1 IL 998IQ A 'N A fx JUST J ESTS They Blmc I our Blues elzcay 5 if al 7' 1 .sl .35 VVell Rox dld xou behflxe rn school today? 1sked Rox Porters feather Behaxe excclrumed Rox ln 1 tone of amaled surprlse Ut course I dud VVhx the te'1cher sud he nexer s'1xx pupil vxho helmxed o I- '54 lii Sn f' 5 w -HH by , Nlr Ihrlg VVhx dont xou ansxxer m oe R I dld Qhftke mx he1d Nlr Ihrxg XVell do xou expect me to he'1r nt r lttle xx 'xx up here 0 Peter I should h lxe more credit on th xt hr t que tlon I xx rote sux puges Wlxss D 1x1e V e dont xx elgh the p apers Urs Broxxn Lxte 'agfun hmxl As I xx 'ls coming to school 1 sign on the corner sud School go Sloxx md I took mx txme I"1ther bo xou knoxx 1 much a xour teacher do xou' VVhere do xou get thxt 1de1 Soph VVell she told me So herself She ud she couldn t te rch me anxthmg Retl The te1cher 1 ked me to hnd the left t common denommutor Irene FTCTI he'1vens IS th1t thmg stxll lo ta rIhe te1cher h'1d me huntmg for xt xxhen I xx'1s t'1k1ng algebrft A S1 esm'1n Ilus book xx ll clo hllf xour xxork IIuntx Glxe me txxo quick Agnes P You remmd me of the sei Agnes P Wo xou just mike me suck Ho I hred mx xrtlet because he re mox ecl 1 pot from mx trousers Bo YVelI xx 1sn t th'1t his dutx Ho But this xx IS '1 ten spot George 51x do xou knoxx xvhlt be comes of the holes m doughnuts? Edxxard No xxhlt' George lhex use em to stuff m1c1 rom I x1nt some poxx der Xlennen s No xlmmms Scented? No I xlll tike If mlt me Xlother So xou 'Ire xt the foot f the spellmg cl'1ss 1grun 'Ire xou Iiohhx Yes um Ilother Hoxx dld lt h'1ppen Bobhx Put too m'1nx ls ln scn or A -s.'I'-I'cXc'!f.KK-ci-Abc' JJQQGAQJXDEDEEAJLLMQLDLDT I 16: to-e,,.-e-t eete I ef1I?,ef.e1 I I , ?EEEi:Vf-.lliQ.-.Q,LQwle, ffl., ' 2 I 3 :Q I I I Kiel, Img! 291 I IEW! ' 1 7 - I I QI ral . ' : z . .' ? 'I' ' ' ' QF 235- 'N , 'VI . ' .s I I L . QQ! me I , I I 1 R! IH! H . .- 2 ' ifii '. 5 'S . .U ' 5 ' I Il. . : N 'i 1 fill . if ' 'a f .. , IEEE I ll iloe II7ild, romantic, relentless?-fi vga I I I I I Z I gg 'ia - 153 HH: ee ' Q, , H i535 EERE J E' -f -j Q ,, 33? fill I HI y Bib :si Q :V gr 'Y ,h .3 .h I Y 3 o W 1 .. I I ' ' ' " ' ' xiii . .. V-f . , , .-,s eeex In7fff7"f5 1 1 ' 1 2'?"T?"V? ,J THE1928 ECHO f-............i ,.....-......--- - ...-, s i f '-V -.., APAX ' ff ' 'C"'W"5"'4,"""'Y"'.gg4g.,.4I' Y ' -'Jil----A-H 'Al 4.7 ' ' ' "-- ' ' XA' LA' , ' ' ' ' ' WF VVh1t 1s xour brother ln college Lllnan Berg I nude an axx ful mls A half back I mean 1n studxes Oh m studies he s 'xxx wx brick lxlrss Horne A hlped IS omethnng, that goes on txxo teet L1n xou nlme one Irene K Y es lll'l 1m 1 p'11r of shoes Bruno Chroke but Il90llI'LCfUI, blll nn do xou knoxx the drifereme betxx een fldlllj, nn 1 bus 'Ind xvllkmg Sinm Im lfI"lld I cont Bruno Then xxe mix just 1s xxell xx 'ilk S.-.h ol aze 2 Nlr behnexder Io pupil, ohn' Iohn' VVhx dont xou pr'1et1se xxhlt xou sereech 'xltrtht K fin fIlf,,lltCllCd X0lLCl I' rther there ls some one m the pfmtrx ind lxe just m'1de '1 ple Her Iwther VVell lt s 111 rlght xx nth me 1s long as he doesnt die ln the house Phmbeth Ahol'1 All mx ancestor xx ere blondes Art rlressel rlhen xou come from preferred stock Clerk Dxd xou get rld of 'mx moths xxlth those moth balls xou bought? Gertrude IN1kul1 'N 1 I tried for hxe hours md I eouldn t hlt one of them take thls morning I gaxe mx f'1m1ly Lux bx mistake for cornflakes Illllan I-Illl VVere thex mad Lxlhan B Ill 'rx Thex fmmed 'lt tht mouth Lllz Ander on inn xou drxxe xxlth one hand George Averx You bet I mn Illd H'1xe U1 apple then YN nllard B I thunk lt s gomg to run Anton G I hope not I xx 'mt o lter mx gfnrden .ga-A' f? fn' Qg, It a man smushed a clock eould he conxneted of kllhng time Not lf the eloek struek hrst lxlarx Stem He t'1kes .1 good pxeture Hrldegirde Prederlekson He took hxe of mx good ones 'xlxss Olson Dehne the middle age Lrlck Qlson Thex used to be 30 to 45 noxx they are 50 to 70 XVTlllHg mxstress of the home INIx belutxful furnnture that goes clear bftck t Queen Anne' 'Klan removmg household goods 'N mlam this goes h'1ck to Rmgsmuths Lredrt Lompanx 17 lTl'Yf7fl'Yl'7l7l7.fYl7.f7f7l?lT1T1Y'1YX'T's'Y1 TXYXVKVXVX L66 A A A A IN Z1 . " . ,, f . ' - ' f ' fi ,Sal I' : . ' i s ' 1 ' . U bl.. Y I L 'il .: ':, .'z ,. I :. C ? 5 ' 1 ' .f ' gp 1m .2 - ' IX V Y : ' ' : .5 ' wi Y .: . '. t iw " D H932 er ' QW' me P lff 'lfd f Jia-5 . - ' 2503 fill? , J r 'Q 4 , 3 X I N ' in if 'I df, 14 jfii fs- cf-'P Q63 , . W. . J 63 , e he ' ' ' gil 935 V . 1- , Y - EFI gram y f R .. . t, . , me 1 I ' L ' .l will ' ' 0 ' - . .I - ri? IEEI 123 Qgslf ffsisfeg? U 'P "?'W'f'fZ" 5 i 1 THE 1928 ECHO Y 3 IhT'A1nmA X.. 41... 'Y 4-AW I wr h I dfxred to 1k one x x 1mport'1nt QUCSIIOH 11111 YVhx don t xo11 Red I set neg 1t1xe Ill xour exe u 1 In both of them Re Y ul11 Don t xou knoxx thit txx o neg e m 1ke U1 xx hx Red IOXX dwre xou e And he 1 wee x 1 perfeet poem e gx S lt It lxke one o Brow nlng leg Brow rung' XY hx Iirowmng Peggx Bee 111se some of the lines r bo deep ALPHABIL I IL-XL POR fl, Nh XVII 1t 1re xour 1n1t1'1l 3 '1xx ful hltter exeeptlon IUIIOUS ll llC'lI'IlCS xmplsh jealoub kookoo 'ux NI meddlebome N nee O-old P peppx R mmbunctlou S exxeet Il xx U useless Y YILIOUL VV wnse Y xoung Oh mama muma lnt lt awful God ns suck VVhere dld xou et suth an 1de1 ust look here 1n the p'1per xt sax: God h1 nlled to hllll elf Doetor Joseph Green r Ylxl lker xxlllt tour L lre xou gomg to tlke ln eollege next xe1r Senror An ep1dem1e tour e Some of the Semor belong., to the ehool hut the m 1jor1tx thmk the sthool he ongs to them e Y ou mu t he xerx Tond ol llltll Il'10l'DllC VVh'1t mike xou tllllllx th'1tD IC I l'lClI'Ll xou h1xe '1 trunk f'lI'1ll O L1 x C'1t 1 ball guuej Yhx do thex felthers B x No m'1 llll It lpltkedn e e 1ll rh lt 1 towl I don t :ee nx I-Iow'1rd Xnder on h'1d t1llen Into 1 ereek I ertr11de lxomoxe time dong when How dx xx 15 lfelx on the b1nk Gert IJLII' me I-Iowdx hoxx Lllil xou tome to f'1ll nn oxx dx I n me I mme to hsh I"1rmer Ihought xou 'od xo11 h 1d ploxxed the ten ure held 0xxm'1n I onlx I w thlnklng 'lhout plowing It F1rmer Oh I see xouxe merelx turned It oxer m xour mlnd GATL5 AJ AR Lxttle Box Blue eome blow xour horn You re nearing the eroesrmd The brike llnlilg worn Llttle Box Blue drdn t let out '1 peep Noxx hex under the tombbtone f1 t 1 leep udge Haxe xou 'mxthmg to offer to the eourt before sentence 1 p'1s5ed on Prlsoner No judge I had ten dol l'1r5 but mx l'1wxer took th'1t Lmmm.mcerJam111q4wmmm L':mz,1mi I67 . .-' ' : 1 :Q 1 ' : p ' . ' Y. ' : :fll Q Red: "S . zs' ' 'er' KI . I "sz : ' 2 ' sw ' Q4 Q .I :.: i 7' ?' I : ' ' s. H jli:.:I l' '? 'F' , , es., V' .VF . t 'IH I gi util sz :z 1 'riff - I, l It I 1 Y: P I Eg I 'I . Sh 1 I s ' D' ' .2 - P said ny f. ' vas Z1 H' is. 4 I I ' I3 l5:.'3,S.fJ.v' lis, dezlri' 's I gf Slelz 5:-' . ' '. L lf gg Q 'z I ' :rd e lil. -Ildi 211 K' T? I -:R ll -,, ,A . , xv, lgS,'I I , .1 . 5: " ln. . ' . tl A 5' ch' K': 1 if .. C-cruzx' I ' -' V' I Sf - Z, I' i 13- ' 111 Q I I 'H , ' ' 5 . Ii-I v I H ' 'did 't co to full in. C1-gz' .l u QI 3 Hf 5-' , I . I 2 " ' sf -' 1 Ki - ' i- 'z-. L-LZ., 'Pl' ' E. : No, 7- szud 'as Fai - W I ' L' 1, . Fr, . ' -5 ' - . F- J : Y v Y . M " ' j g 3 ' ' z?" 1 I 5 I ' 's . ' mm 6 HJ . ' I . I-' 5 I", You? v l Q Q .s nn' s ' Q 5 :'. L .V - Rl :Y : : . ' : ' : :4'7":: ' . ' ' : - ' :A J . THB 1928 ECHO 'QIPRUP B 'Lani iH VV1fe Xoyy that I haye had my harr bobbed I dont thmk I look so much lxke an old lady Husband No noyy you look llke an old gentleman l oet Hoyy yy ould you llke a husband yy ho yy rltes blank verse? She Id really rather haye one yy ho yy rltes blank checks MODEL IAN IL Both beautxful and dumb Nly oyyn true loye must be Beautiful o Ill love her And dumb so shell love me Father I promnsed you a bxcycle rf you passed nn your exammatxon but you have fanled VVhat have you been domg yynth your spare mme? Lharles Learnmg to rude a bicycle Fxsh A man who can t express hlm self so that people can understand hum IN an ldlOt Do you understand me? Susie lNo Nlr Ricketts Cabsent mmdedly Q XVWIICI' half an hour ago I ordered some lamb chops Have you forgotten them or haye I had them xVllllC saxd hls mother I vylsh you yyould run across the street and ee hoyy old lVIrs Broyyn 19 this morn m A feyy mmutes later VV1ll1e returned and reported lllrs Broyyn says It IS none of your busmess hoyy old she IS I hear your daughter Sanna ts at the head of her class Yes responded her P Sanna must ve been lucky IH pnckmg a year yy hen the class yyas unusually dumb RIISS Johnson Wllder what IS one :lf of one tenth' xVlldCI' I dont knoyv exactly but It cant be yery much Nlabel A Why are those trees bend mg, over so far? Anton Lasxnskl Youd bend over too lf you yy ere as full of green apples is those trees are Shopkeeper lNo slr yye don t sell re yolyers What about a couple of yards of clothesline? Iune brlde I would llke to buy an Salesman lXIorr1s7 Iune bride INO Clarence Il I HAD xvllldfd Buldeaus halr Fuzzy s blue eyes Arthur 'I ressels eye lashes Teddy Montl s nose Gladys Ahola s teeth Sanna Kuyalas smile ary Brovyn s complevclon Glenn Frederlcksons figure an 'ylartha Keskey s feet could be an actor A A .K'eT3xT'lQ'JQZI4IQTi'k'4'J31uF1Lx EL':?Z1xDDQ - ' p': ': ': :1:' :C . :Z ' . . zz:-' 3 3 yoj! ,, v hz . :I . , . f ' lvl I .: ' - Izvhvlys ,rv SQ, lr, Q , v Q 5 ' Q ' easy' chalr for my husband. Y . , .::f'v, .K I . . ' . . -' j: F I , y f ,, ,- ga ff' 7. C .. ' 'y ' , d Q Q lf? H wg M-ww -- A4 A- I63l I THE 19 8 E010 f .Qm'vW .aw C4 ff W K S7 W N n m Rx' 0' Wf5'QI4EI Qu i: I J 2 ' E z Vf' Adu- 'v-feu' if:f' T' 26? 3' E46 QQ? KW N X L X -- M F w 1 PV' Y" H xl X , f f I W f ,1 N 'Q V Y W Q' la M9 W :El ' " 45' XXX ei? Q4 Q W XM m y W Q! f 'ff' JR M i 133 F f W ML 1535 N X XX , em Mx ff X ff H Ms wgs 3 fmadahuu : : 2 -W2 -H "uf gl THE 1928 ECHO 'TE37' 4'2-i'auP.-,LAL C C x'X? C0ll1f7llH167lfS Of CITY OF WAKEFIELD MICHIGAN ART HDR 'XI CILBI RT Nlaxor Publu ljfazzv I fare Health and Yafefj Lhe tar -X Rxde lu Lltx Clerk Andx Hood litre Lhref Stanlex X luck Lhlef of Pollee Ur R I lrout Health Offlter H lx Bax Lm Attoxnes N Ieppo As e r Lomml loner Lommx loner ALFRI' IJ HARJL IOHN SIIIONSONI Dept ot Amount St Fmanee Dept ot lnthr and Power XVII IALUBBUX Attountlnt tml Pureham -Xgent XV O XIAIXI ben er and VV1ter bupt of Llght A loner FX bIlSlNIIXIR Supt Of XVate1 Dept ANDX I' LARE A I LAYIA Dept ot Engneerxng, Dept of Publxe VVork I L Sehu '1Tt7CI'lbCTL bupt S3313 KX Populatlon 5 OOO X721lU'1Il0ll 512500 000 00 Budget System No Current Indebtedness Industrles Nixnlng Lumberlng Iaarmlng Stone quarrying CODTUIISSIOD form of Clfy Gox ernment VI ater Llgllf and Pow er lWun1upally owned IH Cloxerland lunetron State Roads VI I2 N1 28 lF f"f.KfXx'Zx'K'4'wI'xIiI45I-4'.' -..4v.uuL,Q.1.y4,L, ' Kh,"I3L1".f"'I.?I24,X,'Z33.: L 7 0 5 lg A QQ . '. " Q ' -' . 'els ' ' , ss sso F3 . .. , .. Ei ., - - q ' 363 F3 I. Q- 5 fi vm Fi H Q ' , - .' . . - EQ :Q A, -A, , ! ' . : A . . Q 7 Y . Y. V -7 iv. . X Y - - ,Q fa A K ' - ea H Q H I ,E-I I I I I C gi . :ts .' if: : : :': 'D' 'D,P'71Y7'1v 1 l1C781C O 1,,,,,lQ",Sg,,'E"1V'1aV'v9g,aa 41444644 Cr1111j l1111L11ls U STRAND CUXINILXITX THEATRF XI1I4ehLld Nllehlgan U1 REX AND IIBERTX THEATRES Bessemer NI Lhlgili VAUDIzVILLhS PHOTOPLAYS ROAD SHOWb ig' MQSWQQMW 'W' Imomwoon Mic:-IIGANI fhe Foremost Fashion lnstzlute 0 the Northwest IIII II OL II-IIIIRS HDR XXONIIN -XXII CHII IJ Wl:ARIINb APPAR1:L MII I INhRY H0511 SHOI15 LIINCJBRIIL C'f1'Z'7Q.4"Yu64.IfCxAff4 PPPLJQ P3-.-2 IYJ T H Q J - S H f5fQi'7I-fI'7Qm"lI+i 936 Q nv-4vwvnHf'v444+4+f5wEQ4?4i?idc? 4 fi AU, ' 4"4'4'4-' H441 I RI 1 I 7 ' f A X L T Y 7 1 ' - ' r 4 , . c 1 11 AI A . . I , f I 'IN ' . w . ,, 1 Y. Zfgig Wi 1 X IQ? gm I I 'I IJ. UI. KuIz1szc-wicz, General Blzumger In Im! QQI Wig Fl? . W: 721 1431 A , I . , I my um, - 1 u.,, ! ' .. I Ilfwi'-11"' Iitr'ufef1 "f 1.-1" J ' 'R' Q2 K. ' 1:1 f ,.i v . Q f 4 I .I CON ,i"Q .' ' '. ' . RI-QX 1532 -M -A w 1 f N T w - 1 1 1 1 I IN QI I , Y -M, ,M ww, ,. Aiifszcr- +J'.:"fr: aaf'a:.t::mmEE2'?1fBggx9:jjf3 I D THE 1928 ECHO I vw, , ,v . f Q n TI-IE BUSSES ARE YOUR :Q Q gl TRANsPoRTAT1oN FRIENDS ' AI E39 E SAFETY - Bonded, Luxurious Parlor coaches and 5 EQ careful, observant drivers make the Busses the Ea safest mode of transportation. 5 CONVENIENCE - Busses maintain regular sched- -- - ules make more frequent t1'1pS and stop ANY- " " WHERE on signal They bring you to waiting ' statlons in the heart of the cities thus saving you time and monew ECONOMY Busses are free from ponderous over head expense Therefore the saving we pass along to our patrons make the busses the cheap est mode of transportation COMFORT The busses are Warm in winter cool and well ventilated in summer Rv ulrzr Sr lzedules between ASHI AND IRONWOOD BESSEMPR WAKEFIELD IRON RIVER CRYSTAL FALLS FLORENC E IRON MOUN TAIN GREEN BAY MELLEN BERGLAND BRUCE S CROSSING ONTONOGAN Sp cal I ps oz uolatz n NORTHWESTERN MOTOR BUS COVIPANX Phone 40 Bessemer Miehigan OUR BUSSPS YOUR SPRVANTS c e'f"Q::ez"c....c,.c,.4 4 Q s v r.mv 2 il T71 Q A 2 Q , , f Fi ua! ' - - ,ia QE? . , ' I Igi QI - ' T5 f I - - , ' o I5 Fil ,Q ' I I -' f 2 Q , ' ' A , ,, -N ei H I A - a 55. I A as If E E -A Pi T E Q fi ez' "ri iQ .0 N R I f 3 H I A 23, -f .f 33- if 3 N N' Ia? sa FHE1928 ECHO 5PXbE dW444"?4.76Y4f,4 Conzfrlznzenfs O N ALBERT NELSON Reglsterecl C E SI ANIAN BI UC IRONXK OOD NIIC I-IIGAIN WAKEFIELD BUILDINGS FIFSI Natlonal Bank New Hlgh qchool Bulldlng FlIIfllSh Lutheran Church Qathohc Par1sh House Lloon s Garage Hanson Bros Garage Industrlal Arts Bulldlng P I3I Q Q Architectural Designer, . . . Q E . . , Q 5 I mfvlznnzzt K HZf7!Z77Zrl1lf 7 HN, 5 UH ALEX KANIESKI Hmlu Luukm 5 Jft Ijflllks Ind 1 S tkll Llmken Ihnncx Q Hu X 151 I IIIAR S 1 um R f 111111 KH OSCAR K JMPULA C HNILRLXI XIFRC HYXDISI1 t xu Dun c N lllxlf H XX ARFFIEI D ILNII-31+ R LOXIPANX af r 1 Fuel lumber and Bulldmg Materlal nkmhald Unlu 1 TORXILX f nzjvlznzmt U! 7211107 ELITE H AT QHOP lllls . els ec .m 'N u vm n lk ll" 4. f ' NNIII X .lluflt I Nllnlllggllm If4V A ' ' ' x' 4 I if Y Q- fu? il EQQQ 7 .1 .. 1 Q .. A 'ff f, 1- ffl: 71 fill ?.AQl'SQ-Qf 'QM :ll ' ' .v Ulf fn ' ' . N' . 4 vi Y,i N Q A C, -A - . , , ' ' Q .Y l Q 1 A I, . . al . . , ,. - Ur fm llzxy il . . . IX KSXNINXRY S1-.1 ' 'infll' KI num XY1k-'wi NIi'l 'gan ,A Wvim Luc: i n Phune 'I-NY , . v . i . , . I A A 1 A A 4 . A Quzlli 3 :md Sm' '1' C ' Aim XY- fm 'nur P2lfI'UI11iQV Y ' 7 'X W T 7 A 4 4 1 1. ,J . L N Dv 1' xv fr 9 1 ' XY: "7 . " 'gun 1. A 1 fn ' y 1' ' . I4-r uf ircss ym acc 1' gg tu 1 N Y1 ' 'Q 2 5 V. N1 1: Illl' 1 '1 I .1116 In Y ml 'Pun fl "l11il1g,, :md I rcw' g Vw"-lm . prinff Us Your Building md Heatinff rolxlems lt xx ull be 1 pleasure to help xou THB MIC HELA CCJMPANY AX Bbll IJ N All RIM llll ,H HLRC xxrxl lxl I' Rf S PI -XCP lillILl1I'ILI' for Soft lbfllllxb P, nu tl: Q 1 xx I III nmptx 1 P ,, l . ,, P . ,' , , . v x n K x c W? 1 N 1 w 7 A A ,J A J l'l,llfl,, l,UNII3liR, . . 'll 7 . IXG ffuflfflf' fulx llf ffolnfvfi zlll.x' UI' '-XR! ' "F " ,HR ,Xll "mls nr lllxllfllllfl' 1 r Q x 4 K 44 1 lllmm- SW l'. U, li. .H flffi a ' S ' 'V l r l lfmnxxll in rlle- l'X1lIIllIl2lfllJll :pa-I Ltlndicg and Iunfhcg lllxf l"1-lx1'u:1r'x': "'lil1m' plllrzll 11 Npuxm- ix x1"'." "'l'lxc- Nlll1vll'k'T llLlXi'1l riglxt tu pilfllflllll l -King. 1'l1,,m-2-2 XX'5lk.yiQ-141 "A xruxquim ix Il vlmilll uf 'llitl :xml lxlzlvlc lH2ll'l'IllN.U "'l'lu' lwlnllzl riun wr Xvxx' lfnglzmxl ix turn rl' fm' 1:14 ling." "sl Xllflllllll is :um - I xpxm' xxll 'rv rhl- llnpr lixrx. THE 1928 ECHO Yo, - . J9"'f""6-T-64' -' fi " -Se-gf ' ' ,IH -u nf' A 'a Conzplzments O BONUNO BROS LOOK FOR THIQ V I 3011 fzcoula' EAT WI LL KFFP VVI4 LI DO WELL Shop at Delmet Mercantlle C QL ALITX IXDIWIDL XLITX QVS gl XII d g C' The A Nash Co Inc rh XAJ s PATYK Sc SANINSKI fulomobde and Battefy Repair Serfure VVellmg, l mpt beruce ome Oll or 5 TH E PEO PLES CO OPE RATIVE COMPANY G4 neral M67fl1llNdlf6 Hake o r ture sour headq mr tem xx hen xou 'are m tox n Dont thmk of the tore merelx a a plue O to ux cour ne are bu mes to sell merehandlse but x e thmk that ue would be taklm, 1 mlghll n'1rIou VICH of life lf th II ua our ole 'um Lome 1 often a x u lkc Our telephone offi e 'md xx l'ltlI1f,, materml are 'll u 'lt sour dl po l Eff'-n.S'7 Q'A"'4""ffI"'41'IQ.s.v.v. P EVE uh-X?7'PP L., I76 ES . 1 g V S ' fly A . , Q J an i 'e are the worldk lar es Q oz N 'mo esale Tailors, known for N " 0 the Quality of Our Garments, ' A no H our high i eals and square deal- U E N in s wvith ustomers, salesman to Q and VS orkel. Q , n I i ' Q Lfincinna i, O io i, . V. - SIDES lfigffml YVakefielcl, lx'IlClllg2lFl Eg ftyle XVorkmanship E3 1 7 SK 7 lf '- F ' .b f se, ' I in A . . , i I .' .V I I v . Y . . L' f ,ro l f' 2 vssjc i5 . C l KT C K Y . . Y .C S C - T5 Ph , 1 1- Q-NI wzjs . j 's sa. A H W1 o 1 . ALP Y ROSE MURC Y x11uc 1011 PXXIJ EL 1 Qheertullx I+ urmshcd 11136 NNI Q 1 If Q l I Y VU. . Q" A 1' I 'll,JlfR ESUITIZITCS PX11 11-4 -A111314 Xll 'IIIC xx WXI D TRIPLFTT O mat vs Outh ph 1 I NILC ABL un C cm 1 1 GL XIBII AND XIROI+CHOIx H LXRDWARP AN D HOL SIWI ARI- DIZI LXE CAB CONIPAXX DAVIS AND PIA HR I IAIJIIS RLADX IO VXIHAR DRI GOODS AND IXINDRINIJ NIIIRC HAXDISIL IO IHPCILXSSOI WI' I',X'I1IiXIJ OUR SIXChRId CIONGR XIUI,-X'I'IONS AINIJ BEST IVlSHl1S . 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Styl-s 111'1- 511 h1J1Jl1 that x'1111'll have ll S1111 -1111 1'111 11 -I -111111 111' N'11CI11CI' x'1111 1kc4 ' - - 'ith x'111 IDT xx'1'111' it I11 xx'111'k zftcr g1111t1111. U ' 11111 1 '- -111 '11s 1" scrx'11'c 11s:111'cg you Rl cr c1't 111. Q'111'11i11llx' urs, I,. 'QKS l,1J 'Q .v1'f1"l1' I1 llll Y'f1"ll ,f'.1f111!1f11r.1'.111111 1.1 J ark 1 . . . U 1 THE 1928 ECHO HN my E ,,: ,,i:Z",5"'7"I33.,v 5 3zWY y4 L, "5 LAHTINEN Sc RAHKONEN St We 5Tal ii ei JQHNTI-111TA1LoR f r OLSON BROTHERS CONIPANX SPIEGLER S STUDIO I 1l2F .491-3 66 F7 Wf'FW' ' Q.,.X3'f7 D P I 1 'pu Qpngf 1 us-.s.n ' - 2 f ' ' 3 -is For Correct Q vles Q Egg, T ' ' 1nd i A I H I Um Complete Ltine of NVoo1ens Clem ' S Repairi ' See -I AI ' ii -X I iiessemer, Michigan Qi Fi Complimen 3 Ol' if? - Y 1 A Y 7 Ironwood, Michigan QE? F? im Q , 3 K 5 3 E' ' Q ga Egg Pho ogrfzpfzs -- Kodf ifziyfzizzg Ri Q sw iaf Bessemer M Nlichi an g S Q Why We Do Not THE 1978 ECHO Quote Comparative Prlces About a yea ag a p m'ne11t Arc- ti explo e b ught h': Exkim gui e act 'ok.Y en kk '- turned his n i'e v'llage he - p rted th t ther' h l' 'ed 'n a uge ' o on t e ank: the Hud: vthere they fished each day anl caught e110 mou' quant't'es of eal:. To ha e t ld the vhole truth 'ould ha 'e :hat- tered hi: reputat' f 'e acity. e i is d'l'hcult fo s to re ra'n fr m talking t o much ab ut the ama - ' a ue ur bu 'ng po er ma e bl b k va prefer that u ad e tl ng undere t mate the value 1 e offer ather than to tell the hole truth 1 hen the truth has the outs ard semblance of a fal e ho d C Penney F0 Compliments O NICKEVITT 81 PATRICK FURNITURE 81 UNDERTAKING Ironwood Michlgan 'VI Ylx lsaker VVhat course are you going to take 1n college next year? Senior An epidemlc course Nou remember my dears sa1d Mother Rae coon to her ch1ldren you must always watch your step because you have the skm that the college boys 1 ve to touch DISHNEAU PETERSON SHOE COM PANY life Fzt The Feet Ironvs ood P11006 803 1 L-4 lv, . . . . . . . . E E 9 - . . C . C . . . N 1 1 . 3 if E3 l at 1 1 sq to Q W A . f r 0 ro 1 L C r r ro 1s s o d b k 0 New X r Vh I 0 IC to at 1 1 re 0 a 1 ad IX 1 h lglo h b N of S011 1 4 r s 1 1 s s v o 1 vs 1 N s IUII or w 1- Oft n t s 1 1' u , f 1 0 o o z mg v l s o y1 w k s possi e, ut even as Ik 0, we lue the good opinion of our neighbors. VVe 0 r v r 'si s i- S 'V , I' w -lv v ' s - o . j. . 1 . . 1 r. 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