Washington High School - Warrior Yearbook (Sioux Falls, SD)

 - Class of 1932

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QQQ QQQ THE BOARD OF EDUCATION The Board of Education IS the medium between the students and the publxe W th tlreless effort they interpret the polnt of new of the students to the pat rons and llltcvslse the ucw of the patrons to the students The Bo rd has never faxled to do all vuth ln lts pow er for our comfort and well bun The members of the lass of 1932 an are of the qulet unfaxl mg., effort expended ID thelr behalf vush to express their apprecxatlon to the Board of Education ilk x .Q 5 . . . . L . Y. 1 4 . ' f v' r' 'Q 1 v y " . . 3 4 , ' ' ' ' V ' - H' rl t , ,.,. x v ' ' - - . , . 1 . . 7. Y A. . . . AMEX?-3 --- v - - I S'-T . . -2'5?5Sf E ry- ...rv MM SUPERIWTEINDEWT A A HCJDONALD Runotdx, Sl"L1ltLd It the SUII of 'IJIUIHINUWIIOIX from when hp xlexxb mg ul 001 sysum md kups lf moxlnv lmrnonlously Mr N1LDon'11d IS Qtul Lnmxn to Qtudgnts xx thu mnml thouvhtrul plwnngr tortluxr t L munlxrs uf t IL Chex ot 1997 upruxew r nur xp K JE? A an I , , . 5 A 1' . . L . 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X131 1 'dll 1- ' Q 1111: ' 1 .. 11 11 '111 - 1 1 1 page eighteen MR EARLY A school can only he 'ls successful 'ls its lefider Leadership calls for courfwc and ffuth Mr Early hus both The members of the C1155 of 1932 are fortunate to have come under his guidance His plans and critl clsms not always qppwrent to the immature have been rex ealed by time to he wise and Just Mr Efarly has faith IH Youth faith of that type which brl igs a con dealing I'l1Sl3Cll6lClI'1 us has heen our inspiration and for that we low ard honor him Jai? .3 , ,H C A K, . I v 1 Q C E X I . l 4 I K 4 X' L l 1 4 1 . my ' Y V . . I o Q K. sciousness of worth to the individual with whom he is g iff' Q Wzzfv' MR BRUMBAUCJH ut h nt Irrlxtd swftly mt tht ity ofvrl tm tlon, lt IS 1 LQ'lllSk Mr Brumh :ugh dlrttttd our mrly sttps trlght XXfhtnntctsQ1ry to go to hun for 'ISSISI mcg or tuunstl, up h ut 'thx ISS found hun mort th IU xxlll mg to to 11 ht Lould for us Ht hu bun ffur mt ptr on 11 mprtultxon for mth ll1LllXldUll Strtngth md xxmltness Tht mtmhtrb of tht Clue of 1932 will ttstlfy thlt Mr Brumhxu-1h ls 1 trut frltnd of tht Qtudtnt in Q3 M54 'xvr 'M page nmeteen If'-1'-1 1 -ta had.- ' 1 . l - ' V x ai " z l just in cvcry instance. Every case was treated with ' S 1 2 ' -1 ' ' ' 1 . ' ' ' 1 . L , 1 ' ' ' ' ' A .1l QQQQ- -l - twenty Jasfe 14111-5071 Fnqlrah ' I L Unrversrty of K na s B A M A Emzlv Chapman Engllah Unlversrty of Minnesota Thelma 011.9 Englmh Dakota Wesleyan B A Carleton College B A 'Vcrtha Delbrnlqe Fllgllbll leorge WdblllDgl0ll UIIIXCISIIY 7111 lmu 1 ales 1'lIljll5h lark Lollege B A Vzrqmza Fraser Mathematics Umverslty of Minnesota B S Jon Hamrm Mathematzcs Hamlme Umverslty B S losephme Wagner Vathematu s lake Forest Unnersrty B A I P 7enner Mnthematzas Unlversrty of South Dakota B A Charlotte Cressev Mathemat1r.s Unlversnty of South Dakota B A F F Runvan Mathematics Umverslty of Mrnnesota B A Af x Fig' "H-all 1 . . , 1 'H' .4 ' t' , . . N , . . l S B l ' ' . ' 1 ',B.A. A u Margaret Seals, English .. ' A , 1 " 5 ""'.B.A. .L V ,. 1 I -. 'C-556' F Helen Earlv Englzsh Unrversnty of South Dakota Violet S1Lan.son Art Llmago Art lnstnute Blrrle IOSIIIUIIIII Payr hology Enolnsh Unlverslty of South Dakota B A Clzllorzl Comstock Phlmslc s L-r1nnellCollLge B A Murqern Miller lznqllsh J0lIfl1lllI.5II1 Yankton College B A Umverslty of Minnesota B A UIIIVCTSIIY of South Dakota Nj Rnumonrl I' Hale Spanmh N ,. Mft Yvbw Llllre Kunkle Hnstoru Dakota Wesleyan B A Umvermty of Clntago Q QQHQ Clarence R Beck Hnstory Erononncs Dakota Wesleyan B A Marv E11 abetl1Perlt1n.s Hlalorg Debate Carleton College B A Agne.s Eueboe Hzsrorza S01 rology St Olaf B A Nor hwestcrn bnlverslty M A L lara Vlerlznq Ill sforu llIllVCI'SllS of Indiana 3 A Lolumlna Unlverbny M A Arthur Sl6lIh?l1.5 HlbfOf-U llnnerslty of Illinois B S Q V441 In twenty one l l l -V l ' ' ,B. A. . H ' I ,.i . ' 1 . .. , '. 1 1, ,u't.n ,. - .' ' ,t.A. A "7 tl snr M " 4 .' ,, - ' , ' .' ,M.A. V .V '. - . ' . . . ' . A "2-, " ' '- - - . . ,. . , . . , . .7 .I .ilhl , .I . V. ' I. . .', . . ww 1 - go'-fswf - Qiifvr E MA --l-1 N Clara Beardsley, Stenographp-Typing Gem City Commercial College Master Effie Benson Vathematrcs Gustavus Adolphus College B A Clark Close Me hamcal Drau mg loua State College B Q Edmund Stoz er Bookkeepmq Yankton College B A Absalon Fosness Mathenzams St Olaf B A University of Minnesota M A Efiie Savage Registrar ix! s Homer C Thurston General .Sr ence Physzolagg Dakota Wesleyan B A R1chardC Yaleskg, General Screrrce University of South Dakota B A M A Elton B1.s.seI General Sc fence Brologv Nebraska Wesleyan B A John W Lemohn General Science Eastern State Teachers College B Fer 'mand V Ray! Chenustrv Wabash College B A John Hinds Blologv PhQbl010Ql Earlham College B A seat ugh 'P' A twentv tu 0 o Accounts , f l u ' C ' n 1' ' . ' . '7!', . - H .I J 1 v' . ' , .S, University of South Dakota, M. A. 1 :.' . , ' ' h x . by . - - i. J, .lllmiffzv .. Carl W Hermann Shop Iowa State College B S Mrs Elizabeth Whittaker Home Economirs Columbia University B S D R Goldsmith Mechar1ca1Dra1L1na Mithigan State College B S flllllll Jammer Cooking Sell my Iowa State College B S llelz ern Metcalfe Printing Corabelle Teller Clothing Iowa State 'lea bers Coliede Ray A. Beck, Commercial Dakota Wesleyan, B. A.. B. C. S. Winifred Reynolds, Stenography-Typing University of South Dakota. B. A. G. H. Parker, Stenopraphy- Typing Northern State Normal, B. S. Ruth Bach, Mathematics' 1 University of Minnesota, B. S., M. A. William Bubbers Commercial South Dakota Life Diploma Fzdelzs Walter Stenographg Typing H ghland Park Coll ge B S C KN! ' ,SE W"-4.511 at twenty three . , - i e , . . . - . N 1 . , , ,.. . . , : ' ' A .-. ,, . . - 1. - , , . . , . . V . . . . , , . . 4 4 'fn ' L. C, 1 ,..., Jrlifqi Qi.: ld , . . WAN! .556 . --as. W,3RTr Fave F1 ck Englzsh Yankton College B A Mary F Lewzs E1 glzsh Umverslty of Iowa B Agnes Hyie Englzsh Dakota Wesleyan B A Helen Baker Fnolzsh Nebraska Wesleyan B A UIIIVGFSIIY of Nebraska ll Harold Anderson Enqlzsh Umverslty of Iowa B A Aon S LQIUISOIT Englzsh UIIIVCIQIIY 0' Iowa B A M A ZX! Verna Mane Mzller Phy :col fftlllllllg UUIVCISIIY of WISCOHSID B S Elizabeth Wilson Secretam Washington High QLlIU0l 'Vmnze Botzz mick Asszstant Llbrar an Hou ard Woo Y Athletzc Dzrer tor Iela Meleen Librarian Umversxty of South Dakota B A Arthul Thompson Band and Orr hesfro' UIIIVSFSIIY of North Dakota B A IA- Q! IF h in twenty Mar vt: . - - I , . . , .A. - '- , I , . . . v 1 . , , , . . ' , LA. y . , . . I C v '. I , . ., . A . . Q. , . . ' , ., , . . 1 - Q V' 4. , 1 I f f ' ' . L., . . . , L ' , . . ,mb ?"i 3, n, , G'-ra - Q E QQQ Heh I1 Hunt French Yankton College B A Blanche Storer Latin K nsas Wesleyan B A Unnersnyof WISLOIISIII A M B 0 Ro.sson German UIIIVCFSIIY of South Dakota PV F Brat! Spanzah HdIIllll0Il Unlvemlly A B A M Helen Bl1.s.s latin Unn erslty of South Dakota B Irene Cumlnga German ffllllllll College Pn B Unlxermlly of WISQOIISHI M 3 Ha flflelvly Aft llIllN erslty ol Mlnneaota B 5 Grinnell College HASIIIIPS Lollege B A Llnnago lomervatory of nlusn Music frtlm W :ga 7 Mud! 'll lu enty hive 1 I ' ' , .- ,B.A. N Q Boyd L. Bahlke. Voral .'l.'n.sir' - ,I.J.!'.wx'.' 1 0, .-.. T. 1 .. -,I l, 4 l -M x, QEQQHQ tux ntp 51.1 wi 4---ff. .J Ag,-2, - 1 'gli . ,gg , ,II 5 5 9 3543 , 4 f,,,7:Nu 3 . ' . 0 E 332 SENIOR OFFICERS EQpPLmlly fortunflte xx Qs he Qgnlor cliss this yeflr ln the elcctlon of tnelr ofh ers T L PUSI nom wrt dlfflx llt to flll suxcgasfuhy hut ID 1931 3' thg Qgnxors hixx uprcsw J thx hwhesr ap proxwl of thur Qxlxxtxd lmdgrx LxRoxSx1ndLrson 15 pruldxnr Londuptgd thx dass nnxrlngb xxlth LY1I'hLlNllSI11 'Ind ihll :tx Dunctu :ted xxlth hlS nirurxl gnnmhty 'and humor At Ill tlmxs hx ahoxxgxl IIIIUSLH4 to bg uplhlg of leidgrshlp Thx dlbnmnon ot hexng xuxc prgsldxnt, xx huh fell toFr1nlx Allxens xx is xxlsdy confnrred upon a populwr Qtudent xx ho mQ1lyshouldQrLd thx rcsponslhlllly of rhx ofhge HL culm1nate.d mg one of thx hxghest honors wxan 1 Sgnxor C,OUSClLI1flULl9DC'Nb 'Ind Hood xx orlx character 1 Ld LUCIIL Slndxw 5 gontnhutxons to the P051 tlon of scgrqtxry A xerx popnlxrstudgnt shx xl-ly rxprc-b.nted thx Senlor -flrla The flD"I1Lll1 prol kms of thx UI'ldLI"iIlf1f.l LIISS prcsnntgd fux oostulex to Own Mullc xx ho xfhxlcntly rxgxxlated flux ITIOIILTIYW, txnglxs OfSLI1lOI' act Xl tn:S Irxxln Ixuson Llecte ' mgmhxr If lxrge lx thx Llmss lxsr full xx xs '1 popul xr III SLIkLLSbfL1lOHlLLI' and tulflllul thx OXPLLI mom t xhe sxnxors 1 Hn.. 0'3- in 44-an twenty mne 1 , "4 1 2. 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J' 1 ,., e 1 K 1, e ee , 1 5 ' ' Vx .-Tl' 'A'n V5 I' 1 1' 1' ' "'1 ' .L ' , e- fl' zzf' ' ' I 1 'H' ' " 1 K 1 - 1 'A 'f 1 . 1-' '-1 "1 lg-'11 '15, 93 fi 3 5 'A ' .1 ly 1 . 1 ' " " 1 , ' U ' ' ' ' 5, 'la 1 f 1 LH: 1 -1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 , ' 1' - 'fl -1 5 - . -. XV' 1 -1 3 1 1 1 1 ef ,, 11- 111- url- " 1' 1" 111 -11-5' .1 tr 11 ' 1511 11111, 1 C11 I 15, e1'1 1.',. 1 1.' 1 '11 '5' '11 1. "e 1 e1 '1 - " ' 1 ' :1 111-5 1 111 1 Q t 1 '1 . 111 1 'xr y -arf, 1 1 el '1 tlx' " - 151 A---r 4 3-I -- 9 ef--5. 5 .. .. o 3 6 332 OUR APPRECIATION 'vlr Zenncr IS our belox ed scmor acl xlsor who his made possnble all the good tmus we have expnrlgnud thxs yeflr To lum, lncause of hls Qncourwge men , sm-gggstxons, and extr mn dex otlon to our clwss, not only as '1 xx holy, but also lDCllX1LlLI'llly, me extend our hmrtfnlt ap preu mon Mfly lu pllot mfmv mon clmus through thexr semor vmr yfav :gm I fs 544 'III thzrtp one . . 1 1 . ' ' 1 1 1 I A ' l l ' 1 ' - A 1 , L . . L '- , x ' 1 3 1 v ' , , . . . . . Y. K Y Y 4, it L n -.4 I L I 'Y L . . 1 . L . , x xl. 4 "zum 51' I ' A H :J 15131 bw. 4 Wm- 'S Q QQQQ ... ...B ... .. . - L -4. Ella Abraham All gran xx omgn nre dyln I feel H httle eu.k mx sc-If Marze Blue Wl11t a Joy rs qnlctnkss Beulah Brztton Dirk brown hour 'md hare! eyrs ln our hearts youropxfxlrg 1101 Laurence Anderson Come on Knure gnc ua om ofthose ruse crulu. Paul Alvzne You can t tell about thnse quiet chfnpi Alfred Anderson Changeme' Change me' Oh time ID thy High! And 'nakc me 1 xuld nmn yuat for tonight Robert Barrett Honor lub ln hones toll q?'m A NXf'h tex er IS north doing IS wort dolng well l'ranf'1.5 Armstrong I lmu to Qtudy fxrar Vrrqmm Bauer A sneer and pleasln hte A charmm 'nr of grme 'llarz m AIder.son Almo t to 'ull thmy.: ran he turn hx-1 hmd Ruth Bellou s df MJ bond nwturel 'md ful Not .1 lx ra. UW bg!! YW ZPS15, tlzzrtp two n V i K . , A wg- x ' . .A V 1 A A I ' 4 V If I xuk. I ,, J ' ' .,-I . P J , ,. 1 4 Q ' -x .'h'v .,', . , ,' .,,,, ' 4 'I 1 I ' l I' . .,- 4 ' 4 ff v,,.c nJ gq ' '2- . 'gf ' '. A " ' 5 . ' 1' " Q . Z - Z- ' 4 xr ll , 3, , 'V 0 V .X ND .""fi3'-. ' r-Y: N. gif? P?3'2f!:L l - A - -- A r- - r. Q Q QQQ r F , .Mdred Bron Leo Borwinif-k June Breklce The sunbonnet 1 url Frank Arkenb Luczlle Bothel Nhc 5 a good W Arlhur Anshem Goo 1 people luke 2.6 Arthur fnrfle 7 Ong out oftgn xslt u xl Jruxlng Hu-an Helen Fhler.s KJ. I -5 lnrd uurl-Lr 1nd 1 Ima! trncnd Richard Flleflson n t ue wn run 'll11lnDlllSf .lgpend upon lus oan xxmd lfls Clzaav Qualxty not Qlllfnflfy Walter Borqen lkfn1UChSll lu 1 Nt Lon Iiettv Boll xvnu speulw m vnu 'mn r ,mr as 5 eghou IW Il! Q 43 ' MR, Y I It's easy enough to be pleasant. MlSChlCVIOUsDEaS ln you has And fmde exprcsslon ln your mn A br1g'1t and smllnn fellow XY nth a uewknms for 1 qugen to haw an um ood dgedb need nw trumpew thirty three fr' K v ' x- B: -V .N " sport 1 Y. j 3' 3. f X :Vu B4 - - -1 lg 1 Y- .1 . . - 4 '- 4 ' 'I f- 1 1 1, g . 1 .- X - 4 Yu Q 141-rin 1 C, A1-. Jim' . - 14. ,, u , on ' : ::: : ::: 7 - " -'W ' H" ffgieu " A Q QQQ622- Darlvln Flar agan Buause '1 min docsn t talk IS no Sl n he hasn t 'mx thing to say Ella Bzrgen A pal ot school day hours Wlwose ex ery act lSl1hIxCd xx nth uurG Robert F mnegan Nex er ID the xx x but alxx ays there xx hen he 3 xx wntel F dna Carla on Mueh mirth and no madness All good and no badntaa Edu ard Dudley If ood nlture xx ere mon y Ed xxoull he a mxlhonalrv. Golrlze Pole Sha. lb 1 dosed look to the outsxdt xxorld tlwty four I--I --i 1 1 Inez Chrzstopherson ulet But oh' Anna Grace Everson Charm Wlsdom race xxhat more could be deslrej Catherzne Da 21.5 No beauty IS I kt the beauty of the mlnd Glffo d Christer son Oh for the hfg of the roamxn mwnnel' or sump n Cleo Bushnell Fverybody 5 frlend Noboby s enemy Harold Cronlf Who sand hurrxl A! s I-'xxx Q Fl 'A v 1 El -' V 'A . Y.. . G x . . V : ' ' f ' xv K ' 1 , 1- M 'I - x n K 1 . " . . , ' 'g f S ' . '- . Y . , 1 Y. I v' v Y 1 ry' ' ' .1 . ' L x. v 1 .-- , , g 1 ' '3 , ' t . '. ' x'xl - - g - . -' , V ' A"wiE'.5. we F ' fnfff. ?F"L'5-ll, ' 'urea - . - - - .. - EQSQEQQHQ Helen Follnn Wg lxtk the xxordm 1 to tell of xou But muh to say ut ll :lu us tlmmlt of xou Fall Hclqeaon My bl c lb no lmntlltlp Maurme Canedy H1 sth aol Clin luxe tlnlr dell-Jlutx But tluy can t tomplre. with H1 btlxuol nl hta Lelljlb Ellwood Mlsfortune null ncx er ox crtwlme l'11m Ntlrlur will tln spud top Ruth l'la.skey H1ppy go lutlxy fur 1nd fren' at t eu I5 rlm lf 0 er, nu M lan Eott Ong tannotuwjm lute .1 on LeRoy Fredruks It at first you can t retlte try try avaln Eblher Carlson umt lwut dtuxent Leonar fl Fume.slau' Nutr trouble Iroubl Tull tmulwlt troublu you f'Ul'I7llI Cope S mt lmsartrnlrlhllwlc fum of l 1 1 1. lerno 1 liver S1 tntg 1: nd xx ho ur lwctray Arlene Andenson little but oh mx' WWW fi? .ffl U thlrty Hee vp-n C' jll -1" - g W l l 'Q' ' 'L J . , v '-"4 2" 4' V 'U hw , - L n V A-" lg 'D t -1 - ", 2' . I , Nt ning lx 1 lxth ' - ,?-.Q!"l5 V " " 'A 'S--57 5.,:!A-ST X 455574 av I M Q i . I M tlzzrty s 91111 III Johrson XYI11t1n1np1r11111n111r1I1 If mn S1 1 11 Rm nzond H0!ff1b0l1 I tons1.I1.rtI11. world 111II p1'1f1t by my Q1 cmh Dorlhm Dellman 'iht 15 jklst 11h1t Sha. sgtmi to I Gale Hurd I-It uno xenturu 1111111111 hw no IutL Gladue Andersen Tht M1lhCn11t1t11r1 Wad Hall XX I1 L 1 lb XXI1lxI1 und who ls xx ho ix! " Donalrl Iilll. e1l10r11 Null KN 'ner runs deep F1 UIICI6 Hahn Not wry t1III'111t f'11r 'md Q11 cet And llltgd by ill cspe llIIy ont W1l.s0 Hartwzck And sometlmcs I just mt IIIFUIIIIII Huglll A mud mon fzur than 11,orI mn tLII Murrm Flabley k ls I tflLnnI H0111 IIN ITUQ. X IIIIL Lleanor Iwtzqerrld M11 IL 1nd I 1m1t1L5 Inu 1I1L1r north XX hun thgy rt nuxtd 111th tom 111 rr1r1 1 ri' I 1"-...ii I 41 Il A I. ' '. . 'ST' 1. g,"fjI".." 1 I 1 . V I L ' 1 'hw f 1e. K 1, .v :QE .Q ' .i A b .- V ' X , . 1 " ' . 1' 1 . ' , ' . - ci 1. .IH . Some times Isit and think. .' 1 ' 1 ' ts 1 - . . ,Y ' III- -'1 -. , A I in LEA . 1' ' " ' "'- " 1 115151 s .' I. . JM T351 1 ' I' iluti' wf--,. f Q Q QQE Harold Ilfnson CX ar ll I Ilan ah Holnnstrom A tonsuenuous and capwlwle btutltnt ft erett Rea lx L gruxty me In poxur rt xttmttn tt Ellen Cr1r'son This whovc 'ull-t thine own selflie true. Iru in If arson - unc, dull circz thou anl omg I 1 'c ax, cc. 'Ili fired Egg: niet anl lemurc, Happy and secure. Jerome Fronlfel W hw all thu tml 'md trouhld Luella Goss A chirmmf l'l'l3lx,l xxlth chirmmv waxs XY ho helxex tb thwt ncatnts5 alxx nys pap Robert Hull P n l hm ronvuc trxppe l lnghtly cn Dorm Bukor Sweet and tluut Sm ls J lrun to Q F mery Olson Al nod 1 s tunmxn 5mallpz1t affem Lzllmn Bjzrlmr Mx Hu muh ces xx my around Intl buttons m tux. l 1-ck "'Mj,gt,2 '49 :::iv4A.J""Hj4.p-af' fl' .n.4.,4" ix! X M 1,'I'.. 109' if A s -. 1 .1- ? H k P 1 'tm thirty seven E QQQ r - .. A N 01119 llolmea Joe Engel Oluve Herznesaey Marvin Helliert .lenssle Bovee Roy Hunt thirty ezglzt Jennmgs Borgen Reserx ed hut not for .ITISOIIEID partnuldr Dorothy Drew Though she haen t been here lonv ln our hearts ahe ll r: er belong., Richard Hood uret and unasaumm but alwap on the job Mlldreri Creley VC orr md 1 lx ue nex er met hurl Brenrle sul hal A um rter Vlolr I Bulrkene New errhehb: ix! ld rarher he merry nd not une Than nel her one nor t other A hard worker and a 1,001 fnend of ex eryone lzdueatron go and Jose the door .And lame me dnamxnv .ra I was he-ture Mark: not men haw- always heen her um Srgh no more la he: bl h rw more Ping V 3-1, I y . D. . X ' ', ,. Q. H . gy V A H . ya 1 ' ' . Yn 'l fztxfl' la '. . I , V , , , ,,4: KL , , A Y . , f - A merry heart maketh a cheerfulcontenence. Y L I 7 Y A - v 1 a I D . 1 ,, . I 2' ', ' ' X 1' . Q' , 'M 'Q "g . ,vjfkjx-,. -JK 54535 Jfkff , :L if IJ , -G., ,1 3 62333 Florence Krzlll nu on mx Im n Glenn oorlhmshnmn Unli 1' YklI'LLl' 1 I NUIIILUIH. gush nu of If r Klor I P Han worry' X I1 I L Hlllmm Gremmela LCP UD FII L 5 LLP UU Loretta Halle A Iorrr more fm' 1 tug mon su ect t nv. c.rI11t mum our lot to ment Duane I' leld HL 3 wood min toI11xL wound ,Z7ff'nvf jf! E!! ,LL ,WM Dornth 9 3 INC, 'I L'arl lunsfunl Earlier Izmllrlml S 110015 all Tl t ut I L or mr tlxm Int n Roy Aentfrelz' CIW ITILILI' I5 I IUOI1 ll! XXI IHA I lily ot Ill' stuns fern Landmark A: Irup JnJstLxIf1t'l:Iurn1nn.1mgI1v.w lol d Jo ms LX Imrd nnrlxgr md a ou ru nr A :SWE hgh X lhlrtg nine ,q,,..,,,,...,Jo an-1 Til ' j il .Is. I .rm Iu Ixrink It .1 gg cn '. -'. XVI A - ' . ' If :JZ 'f. I M ' . X' nt Ju 'arcl SI' , ,gz I'I1l-Ig Ir' . 1 i51V..' .A ' Y, ll' I Lu!" Ia '- 21+ .rty. My Ilcznrt is an guoj as src:-I. ff '. 1 'gh I' III4' I' ' ' gs N! t'r. 'J 'L' l 41'-'zdiu IIIII 'llf.1AlL1 I- A ', k.'J""' J .n if ' " 5-was I V .' 1 f . . ' '- . g js II: . U I j'7'f.5' fljiyp, . I. QQQQRQQM- - -- 5 forty I Robert Leach Qilence is golden and Im Hat broke Marjorze Leopold To know her is to like her 'ind she is well known Charles Loun A reel no differ Gertrude Gusanson A genial disposition brings its owner many frnen ds Kenneth Hzmstendahl L lrla are so unnnussary Gladys Frobt blue follows her own sweet will Marion Humphrey I make a specialty of being good-narured. Donald McLaughlin The good die young, but that doesn't bot Agnes Jensen Honest toil brings big pay. Kermit Loueks Talk is so futile, ineffective, and wasteful. Helen Lacey ' ly Mischief lurks in her eyes. HN I ' Roy Lund Take as you raduating i'i?e her me i . . , 1 V ' ' Q l ' V v , g L ' , . , . , 1 . -I 3 . L er . lf'-'ff wumia Kurtis Thomson bxrla l1ereI1m I LI I m Iwshful Fzlu III 7017111115011 1, xx lrx mm .nlxeac bxltme Lucille Sand: 111 X 1 It tl1f. u L of llxm 1f you can r any BY xourseli florence PV1les It1111tl1trt to stu lx anti to tlwlnlx L 'lmn Sbrlpllerq Nl1e lxnuxxs rlxt Qetrtt of tlxat sclxu l lrl complex on fred Voelb Lux t me "lII!Ol1S'1I1x,I tcwngutb ind I xx 1ll peulx xxltlx all of them HL len Moen f'lr1d1.s Moen bu arald SIIL 111 '1 tmtxnl t H lllmm 1111ller The world loxeb '1 Jester Paul Preus Bexx ure xou fmlx I lxaxe 11106 1ll of mv oxxrx Henry Mock Im the man xx ho gut the WV' 1'1 tluestlormxre L one Renley I 1m not rtallx so lwslxful '15 I xeem 'TTA-E111 W"'vl I :z6M,f-,N forty one W f- - : . . . x- ', I W' I I . 4 '. . .KI 5J Q M."l1egi' 5' -'-'ll' flf. " Yllili ts" ' "1 I' JI 'z - 1 - . t 1 ' '. f. ' e . . A' - 13 , 1 , A U' - xl' I N F. X"' I . jim " S 1 Sweet and lovely. 1 7' I 1":. ,itll l.': 'cn . V,. 'I ' ' 4' - ' . I 1 ' . , x , Y x ,, ,I y . . A 1"-4. - ' 21:-QT! R of , :ln 4 1' , . moo 4 31 I lyfvxf feffffajgv . lf ff! ' , 1,1 if V' INK- f forty two 1' Il ," Dorothy Leubecher Oh, those junior boys! Edward Mathers He s the QUICI sort Margaret Kmdrcd Work play and all those thls frlend Os:-ar Manson Grace Mc-Ken re Donald Fzsk ZX! Jame McDowell Maybe I ll worry about somcthmv somedfuy Crystal Kenyon She yyho sympfzthl ts m all the l'1"lPPlI'ILNb of others Harry McCabe He walks he talks he eats he seeps lwut mostly he sleeps Ida Lewis A gurl of heerful yesterdays and Lonftdent tomorrovys Harold Stuelarra' Mrrjam Bat Aland A quiet modest url yy th 1 wmmng way 1325, ' "--dal M iffy A' I hxngs are all a pwrt of A qmtter nuer wms 'md 1 yymmr neyer qurts Llfe IS yyhwt you choose to multe II When ln doubt ehoose a Fnslx , . , y , r ' t Q x v . L K V. 3 v A X I ' .A Z. V Q 'Q I Q 7' S ' v ' P, lvl' . ' . . 'ze ' t ' . v ' s 1 v s y - I -1 ' C 1 y ' ll Y . t. 'l'l1cl1nrtl-working lyoy' with the ritling lwuots. ml"':.- i"'l55-' N C-, u .. mr, If e 552 53 3 Bradley Bessler VC lun study lntgrtgrn yyxtlx gpm! tlme cu our study I orravne Lord T01 I5 bxtur tng rut lwyyut Paul McKean xlgu I L Ltus .Harriet Murren AItI1ouf I1 Jn do an IbIX0gIx you 5I1c1s 1 Ilye WIFE. Norr1.s Matheu s III do Something lwye 'md bye An III be hxmuua bnfon IgIlL. Jlarjorle P 111.5011 t ns to 'L Jong so Lta U Ea her Inman Of the Ilnmd n1txun1I1ty lan Iear 'I-1Iwn WI11t 1 almmp' Pearl I ofqren SULLI IIILI IIHTSNIIIIIIII M1 lmn I hrzslensen IRQ ony I1 I5 nur pluuxl Ld me IIv.plI1s of Ina Ixnmy ILL Rosemary Mr Govern S IL II IS IIUFII XXII I XI Is I 'In YLLI I Tllomcus IflK6fLf?1 llltff IDLI IIIIINSIIIIIIII lla UI XI X775 XL! .ff ay- Q IW 44 forty three 1 0 'E 1 w 4 I 1 I -- f' I ., V7 . , .I 1 .F ' gg. I I ,Y .nh 1. I . Q .1. y. ' . . '- - V, 'Igc. n u N fl ' fl '4.kn --I. Q ' 1 ' gg, Im gnus I ' vn 'nyz 1 fr f ' f rl 1 3 A I I ' I , , v' . '. ,- -' 3 1 k ' ' g uf Wh ' ': ix", I' Q Iivc. , . . . 'I' Q' 1 .' '. , . - A Ai Ii, d ' 1 . - . I '.- ' ' .: ' II:: I- I-'fd it. W9 is I irjii' ffkzfr Q 9 625333 Ruth Hoag fi! ' Ronald M yer What ldon't know will fill a book. Mae Nordbp One Clay she felt the ceiling fall. Reed Lang He's so industrious that even his hair won't lie down. Edna Searlvs Wliatewer she does-she does well. Donald Mclver Spire your dimples ventle ladies tis not you of xx hom he thinks Lily Morse They say that she was once naught studying, ,J We We would not have her otherwise Norman Magnuson IM Qilence is golden Maurzne Munce lf silence were golden she d be ri h a thousand fold Osc 111 Muller True to the senior class trust Never a penny has he lost Eleanor Ooercnsh forty four XY hy entlemen prefer blondes W'uller Mortenson -Mx shutlrs let s not say anything about him he Llush. 'fig-x V".-dl N .A 4 . yv Q . ,ff u 1 x I I y . ' ' , ' 'C . . Q- - 1 l l I r , U , . 1 .,-,v -:id I , K , P' gk Lx' N I ,ff a ,L r,,. K. N- Q I . li L -L I J M 7:'m:r , ' - 3 6359333 Delmore Ostroot Worry la work 3 xx out evemy bdrm Norton Shes Got 'ln :mful llne xt ,ou Iwellexe Le R00 Payne All rlght what 15 the quectlon Helen M yer.s A steadfust student who xx oul I sutlt through thlck and thm Prul Nuttmg He most Ines who thlnks ITIOSI Ftclb the rmbleit Atts the bust Blanche McKean Snncere falthful and DTICIILJI KN! N Donald Wutheson Ht hasnt muth sax Irene lllortemson N cb ln mu ur .1 putp at Davzrl Norlzerq X c lnkt hut IHC stllltr the bctt r Sereda Mak refs Her xx ns :rc uaxs 0 gltasxntruc-S: and all lx r 1 If is K Bernz rrl Aurlm C huns nmlu. me s cet x TU I nun t tm 4. to s t p Greta Munbon A womdn s trounm lory ls her han' QL' HS Y --ul A0 forty fllve f- W 55 5: 2 ' g K s IO '. .wh ' ' :cl lf, ' tv. V xitill-I 4' ' S. 'r','z f"'. .c Ml me p -acc. , . pl .1 1. tv -1- Q1-Q. f ' D . ' A -w" ' ' it. . I' -- K ' 7 A . .' , A , i "' . , f7"'Q ?,,"!5 - - .L-, ,V .fi-3251 gfbgeflb X 6, ,. g 'MET 1 Goin ... ,,wj,.f' ,f forty Six Harold Rrst Oh these gxrls they vs ont leayeme alone Jost plzme Panrgutrz Vw L found you only to lose you Dudley Remmger Vlfhy worry It mules yvnnklcs Bessie Parker Full of pep the whole diy long Llfe to her xslust one song Carl Olson Hr rattth best yy ho flxrttth wtll MUVIIIII Shu lds Suttt and th nrnung, to all who know hu: l i ---I Melloze Peterson A LIUILI 'md sunny nwturels hers Howard Petri Wonxan let not your hurt ale ne Irene Jackson Ex erythmg, IS sw tttencd Ly risk Charles Reagan Theglrls' Bless m May nothin dlbIl'C.bS tm' Lorrame Johnson Gracious m htr mmntr qua t lh haruays Milo Potas Why aren tthey all contented lllxe mel KN! " 95 VI"-at 1 1 K V 1 I . , H ' r ' . , ' 1' vs, , w, '-Z . , c ! r ' ty W lf- ', ,, . . ' 1 I ' 1 1 I '51 ' , ,1 . , . . . , ' ' 7 - ' Y - f ", V , , l Y '? . ' ' T . n -1 . .1 ' 1 . W . ' , , V , . , . , I,-.iv 'if lin? 1' -rss 3.-.' . n'. nb., bl t eronwa Sastoupzl In skhuol for L1 purpose John Parhr F ren' Steffen There ire 1.1111 three. fvrvzt men ln the xx orld mxsdt and I for ct the nwmg ot :he oxher mo Fumce Younyren Hu grln mould dum the 5hlHlH bun wml 11 arm a pu! If bmr lla: old U t Am slxudx who xxwnrs to Conn to school Mzldred Torbay lm nut xcry kecn '1l1 aut studying but otlmuu lst Ilxke most QXLIWIIIIU Carl Rzter E 101 r l1d It 5 tranounl pcopl who "M.COTl'1p1lSh much nolw 1 ISS ln 111 '1tL 1 mul Lr m1 r bkXLLf L lb I IIC Lola Wlzztehoznse Xvlth xunnlnv X189 and pic-aQ1ntsn11l:.s Clifford Swrlh The eau:-at iol11t1c,11 to the study pmbkm ls not to studx Helen Goett.sLh C UHOCIIY lb the 1 1515 of .111 Lnoxxled L Eugene Walker xlfll YlgOf and utility "wil forty Seven 4 A- 1 -.N ,l ' 1 ' I ' - 21 - ' '. S ' Y 2 K 1 V- ' V A "ix I' f 1" f 'g. , . ' s Ax fe r1f-4Q2K12"L".x1-w- 'r1l. 1. 1 .1 rtc: . ' t 1k v cr"z nt. 1 . 1,9 , ,f 1 N. .x . Q , , V . . . , . 5 . ,. Y. . .Y 1 . - - :ihfhjgf H ag-,g g . 6 , AAADA AQ 1 X me . - i I Evelun Szelsema Dean Renner Ellen Swanson Earl Wilkins in a Szmonson Frank Rollinger How the earth did quake when he was born La Verne pV00dff1Sk!1 Power to its last particle is duty. Max Richmond He is a strong spoke in our senior wheel. Gertru Simonson The vanilla of societyg How you flavor everything. Leland Wangsness He comes to school to take up outside worlc Leona Wzkle Every p rson is met by a smile Jew if ' Here s to the girl Wltll a heart and a smile Who makes each game in life worth xx hile With promise of high pay and good reva ard Quiet and unassuming but ahx ays on the yob Better to oe out of the would tltman out of fiashfion ith her brush she produ es frne art rh her ways she captures one s heart Jag! s Wagner forty ezght School. is not only a place to study sffei W is . X . WW lk , . . , Q . f I l v . , I . . V ,f r, . c , . Y , .im X - -' , , , feng? :fig 1 - if Y, X t 1.-1t.f , - "fi E 333 ,W Wzllzam Saunders ff Anse uxth the Lnrks lut ax onibaffgxn apex eww Norma Studer W Vx! X! A Inuousje ella co a 5 X Nelson Salem f 1 Though seholwsrn 1115 ln s nfvr 'agrmd In foutlwll to 3 thlb bwy s 1 fund Helen Starlum Onu: .J frlenl IlXXQyb lfrlend Donnlrl Cmrth I durst not smile upon the girls t xx uuld I re :L too many he xrtb Faye Tilley The world lox es a splce of mxscluef ix! El.s1e Story Happy .am I fr m cure I '1I'l'1fI'EC' RalphSpencer Qpeclh IS vnnt but snicnce IS butter Lor Ia Sulft I don t gare wh t hippevs just so If do m Waller R 00 He cam: a srmn er but remams a friend folefte Slama Do a thm Put dont talk abou xt illzjrem Hall X u an t keep 1 ood man down SSH V "'uIIl 4- forty nme , M!! If . . 1 ' V l Q' uf . V, 1 i x V . . I ' MH, I' 1 ' . ' Vf' Q ,f X jf f J A ff V, , A ,X , .4 I , 1, - w 1 f- fnit ' j F' . ' ' . "4 ' " x 4 ' I V . . g' " "1 ' . . L . ' ' W L' ' 1 '. 1 x w Why an-n'r they all comentcd like me? . s ' H 2 . , ' ' ' . " 'a ' 'ch' e. - ' K g " ' . N . U 1 , .V Y. 11' ' ' f ,H C . 1 g i , 5 -. , ,ieggi f f ffgjmirg AAAA DA Qin - - . - .. - Irene Sullivan Liked by and likes everyone, Carrol Stene Let every man enjoy his whim: who's he to me or l to him Alice Plomeson A quiet modest girl with a winning, xx 'ny Den ev Pome The old maestro himself qlmll l ontmue or haye l said enough Dalby Ravn Kindness and eheeriulness are two nxcell nt QLl'lllIlLCr Emerv Cook A good friend to haye fix! ' Boyr1'RehfeIcI E i A little nonsense now an then is relished hy t eloeet of men Ethel Pitts A bunny disposition dwell within J .fl Phil p Solomon X X Alw ays ready to help U,-9' f' A Rf Leola Poms She 5 ilre nly taken JS' l Harold Olson Helen Schneider Oh ldont Lnoxy l do pr tty well for my si e J 'L? ' v . 1 y. V, v. . I V1 ' F , 1 t X , C , I . y I Q . .. S , .v A,-fl'iwJ f ' 'y,9P J' 1 'f - .ff-1 K' .fy 1 I' if J .' l . ,ff Ja f Q -1 V -. J, jf A very likeable person when you really know himg . ' ' '. c ' " ' ':, . X - - S .gh ' 3, . . AJ 'A N -. " V ' "W ilvmof 1- fffru wfmf JJ W 'f g e ms fi U' lrw in Taylor Smile: :intl tlie worltl will smiles with you. Ruby Stockwell Give the world the best yeu have and the best will come back to you. Rex Wheeler He is rich that is satisfied. Lillian Vitflk Wlmere joy and duty clash, Let duty go to smash. Albert Wag X f Always r dy th n Ciittliijjfrcply, and allways time life 'O el' Wy Fr . Ja e dl lf 5 Ill X Q ilifldgskinb lng3,,J1u'ts:-cmin l A X K Mabel Parsons Good-will is sure to win. Robert Wilkinson Some fine day l'll do someting big. A deline Woeh lerft Stately and dignified, A vision personified. Lewis Waggoner A moral, sensible, well-bred man. Alice Wheeldon gfyii KN? N A 'girl wlvsse friendship is worth cultivating. William Rice My .deas trouble me more than girls. We D Q--1,..,,, . x . n , ,rf if Y fi -If IN .-,fzmlru W '-.:ll 0' . 5 'NX x Q . I ff .fliy one .fi 6 35656 -4-4: L - ... fifty Iwo Gerald Alcorn Ah m thinks I hear t CI y rI1yth of a dance Katherine Shaw A good xv erybody Lester Parker The funniest thing about his jokes is the Way he I-aughs at them Robert Jones Not as common as the name implies Ralph Glen He is not l'1 the list Of the comxmon onest Everett Holt P good compinxon ex erywhere Vera Zea ix! x Nedra Blue It matters not how long we live, but how. Frank Willard Reliable in all that he attempts. Margaret Dempster Vfhoever thinks her faulty work to see, Think whatne'er was, nor is, nor e'er shall be. Fred Stewart I never le! studying interfere with my education, ,aa IW. X ref- . , fs I One hearty laugh is wort a ousand groans in any market. H Paul Reagan I beseech you all to know this gentleman beater H54 w' ..,,,,l X l 4 J t Mgt L 7 f ' Y I 4 X M J N ' ,uF'nEii1'1 Q Q QHQ M Ike btrahon Laurence Ketrzer Once in a whilel like to give the girls a big break. Laura Moss Her intelligence and talent will make the world go 'round Melvin Bighorn A light heart lives long. Helen Jensen A cherry lip, zi honnie eye, a passing pleasing smile. Elmer Forsberg My only hooks are woman's looks. I sure like to study. Vendela Nea berg A gentle jolly well wisher gr-A,,g,,6a., E2'w'7'f Gmuuati n .lwys we here agfun this Ill'TN.l1L goes Eileen Welss We xe found ner a good friend and 'an earnest student Charley Au tm Avi who said work Ez elm: Vdgln A genial LIISWOSIIIOH brmfs its John IVal.ser ow ner mwny friends U Ltr eury min eng y his XXl1ll'11. Wliit s he to me or l to him el Stockwell Qohtr s eadfist and sure at :SW f IB nik tat W5-.1'?l A4 Jffip llzr M 7 1 ' . Y' . I I, V 4 i . . . 'O . H . - r 1 1' . . I . X S . v f' 1 . 1 1 , g . f . 1 avg K v - v ' 1 .- L 4 7 I1 z e ' I ' k , . rx '5 W. -.- e S eeee e L . i,,'::gQ5- . . . . Ti'-N.r1 " UNM: Q... 533353 .. . .. lone Wirth ,LU-ev., lu Phyllis Haas Her head ns hght yes very light In fart she s a blond Vzrgrl Olson lm after the mai who mvemed work Dino Forselh I cgrtamly do cn-loy life B flldfddl ork lf fascmates me su and look an it for hour el van arr ree thmgsclo shme the sun the moon and her hair Arthur Jensen He dxd norhxng in parueular and did xr well' 512 'Q-.4 ew JM 'XV' s S I.l' ' 5 MW ' ' - G, nl G iffy four Virgil McCol1oug Don'c worry abou the future For the present 1sall r ou hast Marg 0'Connor Her brain contains IO OOO cells ln each some actne fancy du lls Life is not life at all wlthout dell hr Gertrude Sigler True to her word her work her friends George Campion 1 know alot but I can tthlnl-. of ll George Haggar He knows how to get ahead he u es the one he has s 7? ' e- 3 333 Ce11l Barlow One: nugr so nwppy or so unlnppy 1 he lITll :nw Fred Borden Wawrtlx m 'LkC4lht.I11 lh 1nd w1nr of lf rlmr fgllow Rzchard Bates Twnll lv no nystuy A Urn nt mm hu xv1ll be Mmme Daua' XVhat would h1ppLn1fsh1. suddgnly for at to lv b mhtul' T 00lfl2 lhanslerzson Wlzy worry lt 5 so unnuesa ry John Ilan s A m un A pvsmon dgpu db upon lu, 1ppe1r1nLe Buy D IX 15 lothu l'1oren1e Pear.s0 Hen. sproof agnnst that uorrl fulure Ilzarlcs Ehlen Q 6 nJ lm 'llxmxs 0 lm sx dom not mg t at I ncxer hm mme to LiU"lf1QIl1lIV 1. e Flarenr e Schaonoz 1 r ltsthc songxe sm 'md the mlln yn naar that milx S the sunslxmg muy where Drnalr' Larson Nutl11m,, 13 o unrommon as Lommon sc nse D0r1.s n eat Sha lamkslnto "llWl'lj.,I1f future LIIf70fIl njllld ey! Y! To lou and In loud lb my greatest nmb non ZX! 51251 iffy flve . . Y. ,' ,' , ul' u . , 7 ' . 1 ff. S If F, ' 1 ' f - ' , l 1 g . a . ' 'J .X , . , - Sl- . 1 L 1 1"-5 - - . I -. 117 . X W - i .y 1 . . v. 4 ,.l I. ., . , Xi A 2' - ' A 1 . ' ' . 'v ' 13 v y .mf 1 I -, 1 '. ,, . . . . '. 1 t . ' - . . V U , . ,.,, . 1 1 ' '. '. 'ST '. . '- " . .- - '- . . . , . . . 1 . ' 1 'Sc ':, ....,.1,4 . 5 "-WJ fiQ'..? 2.5551 G!"'i::-If .N nf7r..a 11, Q QQHQ ... - fftp sux John Fragrelxus Beware I may yet do somethin sensatlonal Walter Avery Always ln the right at the wrong ume Anton Moe Hls WlSd0'T1 IS profound Harvey Mnler Memory 15 the thmg thatl forget Wllh Thomas Rzce A man of slow but caustlc wut Donald Carsrude They cell me Im a big, nolse m the band Gvfeon Ives The man of one thing IS the man of success Clair Baldwin Earnest conclentlous effort I:nngs lts own revs ard Chester Schrover I Lf ow a xx ohle lot but I can t th1nL of lf LeRoy Sanderson Mn Amigo Parley Vous Sr enska or Norsk U wee ver aI ea w ,Magix FW CQEQQQCQ I x F ,G7A, f X IN x I L Mba! Q I I1LNx fx NL U 1 n L N NUT IL .., ' ' UTL, .' . . '5L"' . ' k , fzfly-,wvelz Q . f s SP QCQI.-XL Slif'-flkklfw :Xl'TKf5SRrXPHS Hx .ww s Wx xwtrlatw. T. Mx lxlwlwgx ri-VIL-ur.1:p ufQvL745f1g? I K 4 ,I f , Y '-1 ' :Q-1'-' ' Ixwkn lll.iIx'. y ' Xx1N,l1lxwI'lwIR f'.1I'Il 'r. 'N1'lNvL-N.-'i'QL1.1r-. , .. ' ' N 'W ms XL' X R H Mytxjw',x'r1IlI1:wltllmrc X15 ENTN MT TJIL' , , VJYIIU -YY-- Y Y Y Y Y K V -V - - V Y - f 0. Thu 'nl I'XYl11f iIlf3I1:LllSh. lf. Umm xum wr lunar in l.aru1111guw, Au -M k-w-- ll. Tim- cr' huu1lmxlfurw."fr:gc 0 Hx' Lux-rxtw in 'x ll lllxl in I A x1YlINxlflC -rgxxrmlizrlwmx, I' ilu XLUI 'lurruu tux m nrlw lv Hu lzlwf N lxvkhinq vrutm .2 55th AQ QQQQQQQ . ... Margaret Dempster Florence Wales Marjorle Paulsc n Rosemary McGox ern Ralpn Glen Ellen Swanson John Parker Loretta Hr we Don Lar on HONOR STLJDENTS Let those who enter here not forget thelr errand for by o dolng they 1m poverlsh themselves Enrichment rather than xmpoxerlshment has been the re vsaro of these stud nts For them the attamment of a hugh scholastlc ratlng has been the prrnclpml alm ablllty 'md deter mln mon to excel hm e ralscd them to the hu hest pcalrsof endmx or The formation ot 1 background that xxlll and them ID any future undertaking has been thelr achen ement W hen other hlgh school RCYIXIIICS have ben forgotten there will llnfcr ln thelr memory a certam prlde and satlsfactxon wlth won: well done These mne students have had no semester ax erage grade below B and three fourths or more of them haxe been A Margaret Dempster Florence xVll6S Ma jorxe Paulsen R s mary McGoxern R xlph Glenn Ellen bu anson lohn Park cr Loretta Home Don Larson Together wmth the .aboxe tne follow mg COIDPYISC the upper fntth of the class Arthur Arshem VlTfI,lDl3 Bauer leo Botxumck une Breklce Mildred Brovxn Cleo Bushnell Glftord Chrrstenson Mel un CDTISICPSOIH Crthe me Dans ohn Davis Rlch rd Ellcfson Leon ard Eamtsted R 1th Flasltcy Helen Haas George Haggfnr garet Klndred Helen Lacey Reed Lang, Pearl Lofgren Blanche McKean Gladys Gocttsch Phxllls VC lde Hall Nlmr Helen My rs Paul Nuttlng 'v11ryO Con nor Emery Olson I-lorence Pearsor' Thomas Rlct v '1xR1chmond Carl Rltcr Lu lllc Srndug Vert mca Sastoupxl Edna Searles Mrrmn bhleld Gertude Slgler Colette blama Elsre qtory Leyus Wfag goner Andrew XX al' Exelxn Werss Dorls West Rex Wheeler Earl WIlklU9 Eumce Youngrtn figs fifty ezght ' 1 S T if - ' v I V v - , S - . - . , Y ,, .Q . . . I ' ! 1 U 1 ' . - ' ,J , ' . ' ' v 1 . L ' . , a 1' ',, J ' 2 3 . , - . .. I 1 ' Y' 7 ' X L I 'K - 1 1 1. D r , r . .1 . , 1 . 4 t , . 1 r A v T I ' 5 T - .- g , ' . 2 '. . t . . ' ', ' . . , . r 1 1 ' ' t., ' f 1 , '1 , L 1 - L , U , . I , , , ,Q a Y y L E , Y , ' Moen, Oscar Muller, Harrlet Murren, . . . . . . , Lf . S , Y, L 2 1 ' - - - 1 . - ' 1 I 'Y - . 1, zs. ' , - , .. ,, -. . . . . , , M , 1 . ' T A ' t ' -Q I K Q: 7 Cl yy . - . Y. . , , C c , L C , 4' . . , , . I e Q - 3 7 y 1 y X '1 lv V , u 1 T v ' , A' 1 .lx A I rl ' ' 9 1 v l rv . -s - ' - y s , . , . . .1R.T"i-. 1 - Rf' 'ineey Hifi" Wlfudgll Q ' 'wie' 1 as Q aaa Max Rlehmond Marga et L empster LeRoy Sunderson Frank AllxEDS Art Envle Helen Moen Don Larson REPRESENTATIVE SENIORS Fourteen SEDIOYS haxe shoxvn them selxes through fl1ClI' h1 h school llfe to be especlally outstandmg and looced to by thc1r felloxx s utlents as leaders Max RlCl1fUlDDl xx as presldent of the H1 Y cablnet and tt Dr 1mat1c Club and a m mber of the casts of The Confcs s1on'1l QutofTlae N1 hr and bxxeet he 1rts He xx as sen1or ed1tor of the an nu1l, 1 clexer tenms player and a flrst strtng mm on the football tc. 1ms Mxrgaret Dempster xx as 1 member of Curl Reserxe ulll and Qcroll, and prcvdent ofthe Red Cross for txxo years, 1nd on the Monogram and Orange and Blrttx staffs She attended the ueen Or nge Letter Day T he sen or prts1dent and 1un1or x1cepres1dent, LeRov bunderson vxas a txxo letter man IH track football, and basketball ln "1dd1t1on he xx as sports edxtor of the paper Frank Allcens popular Grange Letter Day Marslnl, was captun of the track team, senlor VILC pres1dcnt, athlet1c edxtor of the Monogram, '1et1xe1n H1 Y, and '1 member of the tr iclx te1m that attended the Nano 1al meet Art Engle was an 1nx aluable end ID feotball as vxell as be1ng a very talented member of the art department He also xvas a member of Qu1ll and Scroll Helen Moen was cast ID The Goose Hangs Hlgh and bxveethearts was on staffs 1 member of u1ll 1nd Scroll, and one of the Queer. s attendants Orange Letter Dax Br1ll1ant le'1dersh1p characterl ed Don Larson s attlx 1ty as 1 debater and spealxer as prcs1dent of student councll and IU offlcer of Dramanc Club and H1 Y He also attended the Marshal home commg day Nm' 1 'Sl V51-.al 0 fff7y nme - ' Y Yx 1 ' r C. I K Y - C . -1 K l t ' ' 'g ' 2 1 1 . . 1 - l ' vc ' J k f 2 . '- . ' - u 1 . " ., 't' r . .. 1 c . ' ' ' L ' vc ' . ,. .1 . ., .. t A Q K , , g , . ' - X 1 1 as - 4 , 7 ' 1 x ' - 2 . ' ,. , ' ' L . , 1 . . ,i F. D U I A 2 ' X Y 1 LA' ' . . .. . . ,, ..- ,, . , . e . 1 the Monogram and Oran fe and la ' glee cltxbg she was 11 class office twlce, H , 3' ' B Lck J t S 7 L ', . - s Q 1 1 1 . ' ' . ' 4 " - ' '. t ' ' t . e . I Q e Y' , I y v f ' A x y 1 - t , t t z ' 1 ' '- -t+""':'--. jufgl' 4,5422 2, if D 7"'cx.:'q T Q QQQEEE 5 I e szxty jerry Franleel Roy Kentheld Lortetta Howe Frank Rollxnger Oscar Muller Ex elyn Cope Lexvxe Ellxx ood REPRESENTATIVE SENICRS erry Frankel, ClflC1CHI and popular cheer leader for two years, was presxdent ofthe sophomore class, a letter wlnner ln football and a member of the student councxl nd of the Monogram Llub Roy Kentfleld was a txvo letter mar ln football fx member of student councll fetture edxtor and cxrculatxnn manager of tne Orange and Black on the annual st xtt and pre ldent of Qulll and bcroll Popularlty and exeeptlonal abxltty xx ere outstandlng truts of Loretta Hoxxe She xx as Orxnge Letter Day ueen, jun lor president, member of blfl Reserxe she xx as '1 member tor four years and edntt r IH ehlef ot the Monogram The operetta Sxxeethearts the gl e tlub xnd chorus domlnated Frank Rol llhgef s xetxxltles but he xlso xx as east IN .1 ehlrxeter part IU Out of The Nxlkllll 'md xx as effxclent as l usxness manager and senuor plcture ch llI'l'11dD on the xnnual staff Oscar Muller shoxx ed hls cxceptlon l talent 1 the lnstrumentxl musical de parrment, bexng 1 member ofthe band and orehestra an- '1 sololst xn drstrxct and state ex ents He xx as 1 c tpable treasurer of the senior class as xx ell Three debate Leys have been 'xxx ard to Exelyn Cope for her abxllty and per serxerxnce along thls llne bhe also xx xs 1 member of the glee club 'xnd ehorus and of Home ELODOYIIICS Club and student council and xx 'ts president of Qollwe Club Orxnge Letter Day he 'xt tended the M xrshal Also he xx is asslst ant sport- edltor of the Monogram repe rter 'xn sports editor for th Orange md B 1 lt and xetlxe ln ulll 'md berorl stair ...gk L . 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' f fix '- W I .' .:' -'3 - ' wiv - ., , A EQQ QQQE ee OQANGE LETTER DAY LORETTA HOWE MARSHAL Chosen by populxr xote ot the Wash1nUtot1 h1 fh school students to bewr the honorwry t1tle of Marsh 11 ID the Orange Letter diy 1ct1x1t1es ot thls yewr xx as Frxnk Alkens outstnndlng enlor Frflnle his been 'ICIIVC ID both school and extrm eurrwular 1et1v1t1es slnce enter 1n0 1 h sehool four xefars 'wo He was elected xxee presldent ofthe semor clwss Aetlng 1n the ewpaclty of presldent of the H1 Y clblnet he preslded oxer th Older Boxs eonter mee 'at the Y M C A IH 1931 1 posxtxon xx nleh required un usul CXLQIIUXL 1b1l1ty Also ID 1931 Prank xx lb 1 member Ol:f11CIX!Oll1llL re 1113 teim xxh ch attended h Qtagg meet at Chlcago To end h1s cireer 19 a hxgh sehool trwelx st lr he xxas honored by the members ot the squad ly belng elected one ofthe ee cfxpta ns for the 1937 se mson QUEEN Student '1pproxa1 xx as xolced xx hole ldeartedly ln the eholce of Lorettfn Hoxxe for Oranve Letter diy queen Loretta has had 11 lwrve c1rc1e ot student frlends SIUCC eirly IU her h1 h school days xx hen she estfablxsheu an envrable record 1s a student and 1 loyal fr1end The 1932 queen hfls 1 SIDCCTC 1nter est ID the fund xmental purpose of edu cat1on,demonstr1ted by the fxct thrxt she has been a COIISISICHE member of the honor oll for tour yeirs Her presence on student counc11 commlttees ind on the ofhcml roster of severwl clubs durlnv the perlod of her student 1116 best tells the story of her en thusmsuc support of student enr1chment provrwms No s hool socml e ent ot any lmportfmee has lieked her presence 1600 students can t be wrong They recofgnx e re-11 xx orth xx hen they choose a queen TPANIX A11eENQ 'Ewa flings sixty t' ree L 1 y 1 v ' 1 , A x 4 1 , I m- xx .4 , ,., 1 . 1 f ' 1 ' ,A L V4 U I 1-1 b 1, U 1 41 1 ' In - J " , 1 N, 1 T I C .T Q I A c e 1 1 ' l 1 '1 2 - 1 ' e ' 2 1 . 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' 2 21 .. 1 - , , , 1 e 1 1 1 1 - L 1 , - , 1 f , " e I .. 1 . x - v""vB T'F.l' , ., , ., .-.f,.,-..-- , . 1 ' ?l55'T1 1 9,7-ev 'F "Nm 1 QQQQQRQ - ORANGE LETTER DAY The annual Or nge Letter Day Oct ober 2 was slrghtly changed thrs year Although the usual bonfrr at the cnrcus grounds and the parade of colorful class and club floats were cancelled the day s program vsas complete rn lnterest and varlety A student commlttee composed of Mike Strahon chalrman LeRoy Sur der son Evelyn Cope and Loretta Home adxxsed by M155 josephxne Wagner was 1n charge of all arrangements An assembly of all students the frrst of the school year opened the memorable day at the new colrseum At thc pep meetlng Claude Hamllton 19 a former athlete ofWash1ngton hu h school spoke to the students rn avastly nterestlng and Frank Alkens were made queen and marshal of the day rn 1 pretty darce by Mildred Gage who crowned the queen assrsted by lnttle Larol and Carol Cald we In the queen s party xx ere Vlff,lDl8 Bauer Margaret Demps er Mauune Munce and Helen Moen Don Larson Bob Leach Earl W1lklUS and Levsle El wood were members ofthe marshal s ret lnue All students of thxs group were candidates for Orange Letter D ly honors A full concert band ofWash1n ton hugh students played at the pep meetlng and led the school body to the ball park to witness the footblll game Agam Coach Howard Wood selex en responded under hrs leadershlp and downed the ancient enemy of Gran e Letter Days Fargo North Dakota Dancmg at the A ltota ln the ex en mg brought the day to a successful conclusxon The grand march lead by the marshal and queen and therr party vsas '1 colorful PICIU esque feature of the exenmg Musnc was furmshed by Patrons and patronesses who hon ored by thur presentcn ere Mr md Mrs W l Early Mr and Mr M M Brum blu h Mr and Mrs A A McDt nald Mr and Mrs M D Metcalfe Mr and Mrs L P Zenner Mr and 'vlrs Howard Wool Miss Efflc Savage and Mrs Ell abeth Whittaker gigstg szxlp four 6' J E - 1 Y - , 1 . . .1 V. - . . , , Q X s I ' . 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Zigi S 6963333 THE MASK BALL In keeping ulth the splrrt ot Hal lone en tms year s Mask Ball was one of rnystltlsm Fantastlc shadows xx elrd HOISLQ and haunting muslc greeted the guests as they entered the Arkotr Ball room the evenmg of Oct 30 fo the most beautlful costumes were rm arded to Dorothy Harrxs lT1WhlfC9'lIlU Turklsh attire and Lau rence Ketner ln a colorful costume ofthe same rate The pn es for the most umque costumes xx ere au lrded to Lols Chase and Robert Krueger, who were dressed slmllarly m black with mystic hgures IU sllur Lola Qlmonson, under the dlrectlonf arrangements VShl h surpassed all pre nous 'nrt balls n clex erness and be xuty 'VPN'- szxlg sw ' ,Y i- ,A .,,, , -f , , - -I A, , , . ffs ' ' V ' f . '., , ' . ' V '-' l - ' I 'K' Y ' wk ' L , .A lu, L . I ' Y ' x l ' ' C . Following the grand march the prize of Miss Helvig, was in charge of the v' ' w V U- - J- - '1 ' ' D tr ' " 4 Ji ' ' I . r:f"':- . wiki. 762:55 S 265663336 THE GA A CARNIVAL JXC1 S95 R Gay chatter bright balloons nolsy horns confetti galore all these thlngs helped to cte ite the informal spmt xvhleh reigned ox er thls year s G A A carnival held beptember 25 on the seeond and thlrd floors of the nevx unlt There xx as somethmg for everyone to do durlng the entire ex enlng lf one dis llked le irmng the tru h from the fortune- tellers he could throxx balls at nlgger ba bles or enter the plnf' pong contest If a person was ltr anyway xaln ne had hls portraxt done IU crayon by Charles Ellis or Buelah Britton Thls unusual feature prox ed very popular wlth the attendants o the earnlx al The second floor ofthe nexx bulldlng xx a entirely gxx en ox er to earnlx rl effects. At one end ofthe long hall wus placed 1 bar at vxhlch Catherine Early and Wlnl fred Webber presided s llxng old tashlon pretzels rye bread and cheese and pop At the opposite end of the hrll was 1 tearoom reallstxeally decorated in ap an ese style where small cakes and tea were served by M try lean Holmes and her helpers Floor space was oxe croxxded xxlth noxelty booths decor ated ID xarylng colors The tent harboring the fortunm tellers xx as piled hlgh xxlth pllloxxs a ad gay blankets At any txme durmg the ex en mg a loag vxattlng line xxas round oet slde of thns booth The confetti stand xxas perhaps the gax est of all beeause of the bright stream- 'PE ers h .ngm 1 around xt Ba'loons of all colots wlth loud squawkers and horns were bought freely by the crowd gather The flsh pond rlxaled lf closely ID popularity lts patrons being., dellghted wlth the bright faxors XKl1lCl'l they caught Comxng out of Ye Old Curxosnty bhop VISIIOTS dlselosed that many lnter estlng even some unknown facts had been revealed to them At nme o eloclc strams of the snappy must of George Hohn s Arxsto crlts eame dovxn the staircase and e alled many ofthe people up to the third floor to dance xn a seemingly sprxng atmo tel shades furthering the idea of sprln 1 the wmdows had been transformed lnto novelty deeorated wlndow boxes Dur mg the evening the program xv rs varied by Bob Morrlss singing Mar aret AI corn s and Mlldred Gage s danclnl and .1 speelal danee by bhlrley Pollak buests for the exenlng xxere the teacners who had yomed the taeulty thx y ar Mr and Mrs W l Early and Mr and Mrs M M Brumbaugh Mlss Verna Mar1eM1ller ath'et1e1n struetor 'uded by Ruth Ackerman presl dent ofthe G A A was Ill eharge of ar rangments for the ex emng ln charge of xarlous commxttees were- Vera Zea or chestra Margery Broun tleket s le Lola Slmonson deeora ions and Greta Manson publlexty A smtp seven my ' s 7- E T I 1' V -' 4 " ' ' xi' f 4, 'V 1 X at so r - .X . ' 'r .. f V- Y -I ' 0 ' ' .- 1 1 , V. '- A, C x A, E ls . 1 'L f ri - , Q T 'ff ' " lk 5 'S - A .... V V- ...,,, 4 , 4 ., lx . 4 A L, Y 1 L ' . . . . ' ed. . . . . . , . . T Y ' s v ' s ' ' V . 4 T . . it 'y Y ' ' Q s . xc , Y t ' A ' ' s - v ' I ' - 7 I . ,' . ' ' A ' 1 V' 4 . . r . A ,, ' . , . . ' 1 ' .- . ' f '4 V ' T rf. Q v' s 2 T4 7 1. ' 'Q . . I 1 - 1 ' I V - , . , F - A ,, , , - H -X sphere. The hall was decorated with pas- . , . I -1 'K Bs , . ' ' ' ' T 4 - Q T l L I 1 T , - , e 1 . , , " , , , I 1 - . , y X, - . , . . . , ,. , , 1 1 b I P11 . . . ,i . ev , . 1 14 . . ' 4 - I 1 - K L CJ, t . . . . a . , I T T K Q V K 5 ' . Q , ., . l I 1 i -A I L 3 l A 4 , - , . . . . . . . , , . V , , ' 4 , 4 A ' , ,i . I s . . s y L K , T . s 1 . 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Hoxxe Mr Dmrothx 'Xl kens 'md l lr 'and Mrb I. P Zenner The menmr soel ll c mm mlttee rn lud lnvlerry Frrnleel Helen 'xloen Lexxre Ell xx ood Gertru SIITIODQOD ind Dexx ey Pune xx asm ch urge of the Prom xx hleh xx 15 one of the lox elfest iffrlrs of1tS lxlnd ex er re recorded rn the 'mncrls of NV H S QQ V5.1 szxtp ezaht 0 Q K 'H J' L U e nr-I' if . A ' A 'L "7 ,-.. A , , , . , Q ' ' L -e f ,I 7,7 A. ff 1 , Z 1 A. e I Q 1 W J o A' lac, H ff, X ' . r e, i Ivy- 'li - n .,, ,,,i-.V I .Nye . My uw j T J . y . y C . , , X ,C . Q1 . . . 7 5 . ' . . ' - ' . r ' .e ' r ' ' , . . ' . . 'Q , r 1 L ' ' ' . Q ' 1 2 S. , . . e , . r Q. . S' - . l 1 x V X- x 1 , . y I K , . ' l V made the most of each precious moment. Major and Mrs. C. H. Huyden,jr,, Mr .und 2 Y' 3 'X - '- i A . . . , , .. rs. '- . . 1 f , ' . ' ' z ' - ' , f . . g. .Q - Q , . . . x . . ' 1 f f U z"1 1 1 .. s. ,. '. - ' g ' ' ' . . 4 xf . . '. . . ' ' . 1 . 'z . 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QEQQHQ 2:61 SENIOR ACTIVITIILS Senior parties and activities w ere nu merous and varied Despite the prevail ing depression, the class of 32 launch ed and carried out a gay social season The scene of the Annual Kid partv was lard in the Arkota on January 27 where venerable and dignified seniors transformed themselves into children and romped and danced to the tune of Swede Hanson and his merrymakers The committee who verv ably promoted this party was headed by Bob Lea h and consisted of Gertru Simonson jerry Frankel Melvin Christenson, and Helen Moen On April 9 1932 the Arkota was agar the scene of the most colorful af fair or the year Beautiful girls in formals and handsome young swains attired in tuxedos or white flannels danced to the entertaining music of Clarence DeLong and his Uptowners Committee members rn charge of the prom werelefry Frankel chairman, Cvertru Simonson, Dewey Paine and Helen Moen On May 18 the class went to Dell Rapids to give vent to their school laden spirits by laughing, eating, skating swim ming and other forms ofvoluntary enter tainment After a hearty luncheon, the choice of Interest Golf, tennis roller skating, and swimming were the most popular The social committee composed of jerry Frankel, Gertru Slmonson Dewey Paine, Lewie Ellwood, and Helen Moen were in charge of thc arrangments A review of the school activities for 1932 was held at thc coliseum May 9 A clever change in the form of procedure was inaugurated thls year Formerly speeches from representatives of each de partment of the school were given As actions speak louder than words an act portraying each activity was substituted this year ACIIVIIICS represented were the Dramatic Club H1 Y G A A Girl Reserves, Debate, College Club, Music department Monogram Club Orange Letter Day Pub icatlons, and the Home Economics Club As the preform ance was given, a story of the review, written in blank verse by Laura Moss, was read by Don La son master of cere monies john Cogley was the guest speaker Baccalaureatte was madc memorable when on May 29 the Reverend H B Jones of the First Presbyterian Church delivered the annual address to efxgcr nstcners at the Coliseum The hlgh school chorus made its flnal appearance for the year at this service Following closely the baccalaureatte service the last social gatherlng ofthe class of 1932 was held in the banquet room at the Cataract hotel vshere the group were served a sumptuous repast LeRoy Sunderson class president took charge as master of ceremonies Super intendent 'vicDonald Principal Early Mr Metcalfe Mr Zenner and Miss Miller as honorary guests were called upon to give roasts Members of the senior class were also heard Later the banquet tables were removed and the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing program xx as carried out at the com mencement exercises In place of the customary address, six seniors were cho sen to talk on the following subjects Boys vocational education including shop printing, and mechanical drawing, Girls vocational education, cooking and sewing, How high school acts as preparation for college, Commercial ed ucation, including typing and shorthand, and Girls physical educatlon Don Larson as president or the student council tall-'ed on student government These talks all tended to shovs the benefits to a student of a high school education At the close ofthe program Supt A McDonald pre sented thc seniors with their diplomas ' 'uh 44.- seventy ml T-r' 4 "' - ' ' - 1 1 l . . . - . 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Q seventy two 1937 DEBATE SEASON Winning 18 VICYOTICS IF a total of Z7 declslon debates, the 1932 debate squad completed an un usually suecessful season More debates werel clud ed ln the schedule then ever before, xxhlch chal lenged those partlcxpatlnv to enthuslastxc co op ra non and good natur d rlvalry Almost phenomenal development was made 10 some ofthe x tembers of the squad to enable them to me asure up to the tasks facmg them Maternal was lined up which should provlde a blah level for the beglnnlng of the season next year The state debate questron thls year was Re solved, that the several stat s should enact leglslatlon provldlng for compulsory unemployment lnsur ance Thus problem was the one over whlch hugh schools thru out thirty slx states eontended The xnexperlenced members of the term were enabled to gam both knowledge of the question and debating technique by means of deb tes held with other clues early n the season Four debates were held wrth Coux cxl Bluffs, Iowa from whom the lvcal team garnered three vlctornes and but one de feat Sioux Clty Central hugh school xx as also de feated by Sioux Frlls South Dalcotl battles vxere just as heated and closely fought A contest wlth Watertown was the first Big 8 confere 1 e debate ln this lfiltlll slclrmlsh the de CISIOH was awarded to Sioux Falls on the basis of better delrvery and refutatlon than that of their opponent northern part of the stlte tueklng another B1 Exght seatp ender ns belt at Aberdeen and losxng a bard fought b xttle at Huron lt was seen at this point and stall further proved lxter th rt the neg xtlxe of the state question xx ls not so strong a slde as xxas the afllrm mx e Once more home the Sioux Frlls afhrmxtxve lost to BYOCLIDQS xxho xx ts lxter to beeome the champion of the league and then aven- ed this defeat by capturlng a deusxon from Yanrcton hugh sebool lxiym if l .. 1 . l I I - ' ' . 'n - .. . . . - D 5 K L. T ' , , 1 ' . 1 s Q r . C3 , s . . Q ti A 3 , I . ,, .w . . . 4 1 C J cl ' x . . 'X . . .. ' ' " 'L i . t ' 1 l ' N , A C , , , ' ' , e t r . . , V I . e ' 1 . 1 y I . . D ' ' l K Y K - , ze . ' ' 1 ' ' 1 L 4' H . ' The Sioux negatlve team then invaded the e . 1 X ' ' . 'g- - ' 3 I ' . e ' 2 1 : 1 ' I . s ' 7, . . y A. 1 I 71 L l x ' 1 1 . D , e . 1 . v' v v V4 ' v x 1' i x K . JK ' 1 3 rl! D it l K Y setllifiiis Q61 gf-154 2'--:jf-l Q "7-'gm e- - QQQQHQQ A second raid northward resulted in a victory over Madrson, a stumblrng block to many former Sroux Falls debate teams The Srouxs frnal Brg Erght debate was wrth Mrtchell held durmg the state tournament at Ver mrllron The Judge gaxethe decrsron to the Mrtchell affrrmatrxe on the basrs of aftaclt and refutatron Lonsequently Sroux Falls s ratrng rn the con ference at the close ofthe debate year was four de bates vron and three lost The Drstrrct Tourname -t was held on Feb ruarv 20, at Madlson By defeatrnv Hartford Valley Sprrngs, and Madrson successrvely Sroux Falls won the tournament and the rrvht to represent drstrrct 2 at Vermrllron Bob Dunham speaker trom Sroux Falls, also won the extemporaneous speakrng con test, grvrng Washrngton hrgh school .1 clean slate Frnally the long awarted days for the state tournament arrrved March 21 ZZ Z3 ln the second round of thrs meet Raprd Crty later to be State champrons, defeated Sroux Falls thus elrmrnatrng drstrrct 2 Eleven members were on the squad thrs year rncludrng nly three xeterans Don Larson Evelyn Cope, and Paul Nuttrnv Srx experrencd deb ters wrll be left for next year Drck Larson Bob Dun ham John Fosdrck Scott Dreardon Mary Srrahon, and Dempster Chrrstenson Anton Moe and Ray Hodgson had but one year of competrtron, berng scnrors Evelyn Cope, wrnnrnv ler thrrd debate key thrs year was a convrncrng sp alcer on erther srde of the questron Don Larson, a second year x eteran, was a mam stay of the team drsmayrng other teams by hrs pro found wrsdom fortunately could not attend me debate class whrch meant that hrs partrcrpatron XV8illl'l1lfCd thrs season Anton Moe showed hrmself to be a xx rly strategrst and successfully made the strte tourna ment team Hrs sobrrquet became Foxy Bob Dunham, w th another year rn prospect was especially consprcuous for hrs debatrnv delrver ance Bob won the drstrrct and placed second rn Qs frm? mek V seventy three . , . . . . Y A : T A LN Q I Q a 1 y . . A . - y L . A . . , . V , .D . . ' I . , ' T . A Y 1 ' ' Q ' : , . . . G ,. .r . : F , f 1 , Av . ' ' . . 5 I . y I . S . . y - Paul Nutting, also an experienced debator, un' . , , ' K' , " , 1 . . rr ,, 2 ' ' , , . . D . a e ' t A' lirsf qpfliwm N . 9596333 seventy four the state extemp contest. Teamed with Ray Hodg- son he debated in twelve clashes and won eleven of them. Mary Strahon, another Junior, will be of much value next year as she displayed marked ability this season. John Fosdick also has a year left for participa- tion in debates. John was known as the statistical expert ofthe squad. His co-worker's slogan became "Statistics by Fosdick". Dick Larson was indefatigable at research and development of ideas. The quality is bound to make a future debater of him. Dempster Christenson will supply the logical mind for the team in the year to come. Sco t Reardon nick named the Boy Ora tor exhibited the debating talent which will aid him to equal his brother s enviable 1931 record Ray Hodgson succeeded in one season making a berth for himself on the team that competed at the State tournament Ray debated in fifteen clashes of the season The basis of success rests with wise leader ship Miss Perkins who has attracted many stu dents into debate competition by her genial manne and kindly ways has held them there by her enthusiasm and her persist nt thorough guidance The unusual success of this year s debate squad is due to her untirmg aid N-gi 5' ,ta 5 . , cs r L 1 ,, . . . . . . 9 . . , . , In . . . c , - Y . A I . . 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E Q32 George Fmelds Dewey Palne BlllSESS1OnS 'vladehne Peterson S H A M The Palnt and Patches Club present ed the one 'ict comedy Sha n by Frat lc Tompklns at the Y M C A auditor lum on February 15 The same plav was entered ln the strte play conteston Feb ruary 19 at Vermllllon The orferlnv dealt wlth a dapper young thlef xx ho entered the house ot a rlch 1 an and disclosed the altlflclahty of thelr way of llvlng George rlelds play ed the part ofthe th ef M ldellne Ped rson as the splrlted young wlfe and Dewey Pune as her hu band played thelr roles CODV1I1ClI'1glV Brll SESSIONS as a reporter had a small part Mlss Helen Early IS to be commend ed for her cholce of 'he play and for her able dlrectlon The cast was well traxned Followlng the plly three specialty acts were given The most popul mr xx rs a song and dance slut by Mugaret Alcorn and Mlldred Gage who were ably s up ported by a chorus of grade school thlld ren The other two acts were a dance number by Alynne lohnson and selec tlons plryed by Bllley Monroe on the ac cordlon Declamatory Conte mnts .seventy SIX ane Arm on Lon Larson Charlotte Lan iv !y!!e5"kf2 'Linda or ln the oratorlcwl dram atlt, and humorous SCLTIOD of Don Larson jane Arx eson and Chlrlotte Lxng DonLarson xxxth hl The CQUDNIIFLITIQWTI 1nd AHWLYILID Youth rettlxed hrst ormtorl ml hon wrs IU the dlsrrlct con test and lmxmbtr Slx me Arxuons offerlng, xxon src or L on mo too second place ID the re 'lUl1ll . , ' ' ' A ' - 6 c 1 ' U as - T - , . 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I ' V1 ' 5 1 ': 11 H1l1 l1'1', 1 fa :Ll zip' 1 '.., 1' 1:1 'Q E'-lg 1' S '1 1 QW , 11 l' tr--f ,1-1wS.T1LL:1,-1-1 1 11 f 'L I 1 ' 1 '1' ' , 1 ' L' 1111 Hi ' 'k i A X' ' 1 .Qr ,, 11 ' Fr. k 11, 1 " 1 ' Li, Y ' 1' A 1 1 ' 1, Q ' -A N' . 1 L1 IQ f ' 1, , 1 " H' 'L , 1, L 1 ', 2. 2 Q ' 2 'L ' 1 52333 elghtp GIRL RESERVES In past years the Blue Triangle and T W C have been JOIDI assoclatlons the flrst made up of Junlor and senlor glrls and the second of freshman and soph omores Thls year a new plan was l'laug ura ed Freshman sophomore Junlor and senlor glrls organized separate clubs all under the Blue Trlangle andT W C banners The freshman glrls club IS known as thej W F Its leaders are Presldent Florence Ackerman VICL presldent Betty Stovsell secretary Betty Young and treasurer Anne Mlllman Mlss Char lotte Cressey IS faculty advlsor Sophomore members of the Glrl Reserves are organl ed under the name T W C MISS Jammer IS faculty adxlsor for the club Cfflcers of theT W C are as follows presldent Dora Lacey vlce presldent Alta Powell secretary Vlfgln ld Saunders treasurer ,lean Holmes Thel O Y thelunlor clcb IS un der the leaclershlp of Charlotte Lang presldent Nathelle Gllbert NICE presl dent Kathryn jasmann treasurer and The senlor glrls have named thelr group the Hl Trl Lola Slmonson 15 thelr presldent Gertrude Slgler VICC presldent Helen Lacey secretary and LOIS Chase treasurer The alm of the Glrl Reserves IS to bulld IDIO the llves of the glrl health serx ICC and frlenclshlp Charity work IS a part of lts program Other faculty advlsors are MISS Hunt Mlss Meleen and Mlss Eneboe ix Uk l I . . . . , I . .. 4 , . . I. n , , I D . Q, . . . . : , I . X . I 1 r ' ' U I l Q ' ' ,-. . . . 'z . r . V. 3 1 ' S ' 1 I Q ' ' S 1 - . . . ' . . ., , N' Q . I . Y. .- Y A Y S v S Mary Lowe, secretary. . . X . S I v 2 V . . Y Y Y . . . . Q -, . 7 ' ' . l I Y ' l 1 1 +9'.:J'- If--ff? I-S'2'fff-l SC ,, 3 92332 THE HIE CLUB Durxng theluntheon hour every Frl day noon, H1 Y meetlngs were held t the Y M fl A , where toplcs were dxscuss cd programs glx en, and speakers from among the huslness men of the uty xx ere heard Mr Paulson xxho ha just flnlshed his second y ar s secretlry ofthe Y M C A the faculty adxlsors C L Com stock senlor, H O Anderson Junlor L C Close sophomore H E Thurston, freshman and student cabmet members xx orked hard to make these meetmgs and other actxx mes mterestmv and educatton Among the annual se :son features vxere the Mother and gon Banquet All 1-hgh School Stag party, and numerous social funcuons wxth the Girl Reserves at Sk3fl0g,SlId1I'10' and pxcnlclng Athletic ally lncllned m mbers enjoyed th prrv llCg6S of the Y M C A vymnaslum and SWllTlITllflg pool In addltlon to the sum mer season outnnv at Lalxe Bw Stone an offxcer s tralnlng camp for cabxnet mem bers throughout the state vas establlshtd Each H1 Y group elects Ofl'lCl3lS xx ho form the judlclal body called the rabmet xx hlch ln turn elects tts officers for each semester Flrst and second semester offlcers follow respectively Presldent Frank Aakensg xxce-presldent Newton Westman secretary, Danx 111 Robxnson treasurer Don Larson president, Rlch ard Larson vlce president Thalne Van Ausdall secretary Donald McLa1 Ihlln treasurer, Rlchard Ellefson P ge use elghtp one Y Y . . 7 , . 4 v , , . . r . -gf' , 1 V . s 3 . . ,.,. . 1 , f : ' :CQ I L v ew , A , .' . 1' V . . , ' 1 5 ' ' C' 3' ' 1 . . 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WZ?-,swan ls fb, Q QQQ eighty two PAINT AND PATCHES The dramatic club of Washlngton hugh school offered varied opportunities to students of the past year The actlvlties included Out of the Night, the annual three act play Sham, a production given at the state one act play contest and numerous short skits In commem oration of Washington s birth the an nual Valentine dance was thls year call ed the Colonial Ball Much practical knowledge and experience was gained by the participants of these productions The faculty committee Mrs Martha Delbrxdge, chairman Miss Helen Early Miss Violet Swanson Miss Thelma Gates, Miss joy Hamrln Miss Vlrginla rrazer Miss Mary Lewis Miss Hazel Helvig Miss Agnes Lewlson and Mr Richard Zalesky was drvlcled into groups of two or three members to take over the coach mg and arranfvemert of the productions The success of these faculty advisors vias evident in each case when the fin ished product was brought before the public Nottceable improvement had been made over previous years and with the help of facilities such as the new the State theater and the Arkota interest was increased propo tionally It was CXCCCCllDl ly difficult to select casts for the plays because ofthe great number who tried out for parts The officers for the past year as they appear m the prcture were as follows Max Richmond, president Art Engle adver txsmg chairman Paul Preus secretary trexsurer Leo Botvuniclc, propert:Les,Bobr Dunham vice president IV' 4'5" 'A Kr T I - - - - M l ' . mc X . . ,J - , V. U sy - . ' 9 . . , D . - u . ,, . . , ' 1 Y 7 . Y Y I T Y , . Y O . . , V .g . Y . f .7 Coliseum, the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, f ' ' r' . . y . . C7 ' ' : , - s ' . f 2 3 ' ' , ' , . l i 1 A G, 251,36 ,Q QQ QHQ QUILL AND SCROLL A comparatn ely hlgh standlng 1n scholarshlp depe dable character and abrlnty In the management art work, and wrmng ofa newspaper form the basxs of membership rn th1slnternat1o'1alHonor ary Soclety for H1 h School journallsts which has held a promlnent place rn Washlngton hugh school actlvltnes slnce the tlme OLILS organl 'mon 1n 1929 Only the students who can tulfrll these require ments set up by the national officers are admxtted to the socrety Candldates must have wrxtten at least frve lnches or ITS equnalent ln the hl h school paper he must be recommended by a member of the faculty and lastly he must retelve the approval ofthe national offrcers So Tar this year the Wa h ngton Hugh School Qurll and Scroll chapter has sponsored all of the contests that the natronal ofli cxals ofthe organl ation haue sent out The usual custom of semester xmtra tlon was abandoned thrs year because of prevalllng desrre to economl e conse quently there was only one banquet whlch was held on March 3 After the dxnner each candndate was mdxvrdually mtroduced and then IS 1 group rhtv were mvest d wrth membership ln the society The guest speaker of the ex emng was Mr Lloyd Wendt telegraph edltor on the Argus Leader Oflicers for 1931 1937 were Pre ldent Roy Kentfleld V Pres Vrrvlnza Van Brunt Secretary Lols Chase Treasurer Alfred Anderson Advxsor Mlss Margery Mille The followmg candldates w ere re- cen ed mto the chapter thrs year Frank Rollrnger Loretta Howe Ruth Danes Ralph Glenn Betty Boll I-rank Axkens Robert Ofvborn Arthur Engle Helen Lacey Carl Rrter Rrchard Hood Dew ey Parne Max RlCl1l'l1OflCl Scott Reardon Lester Parker Edna Searl s Frmces jrne Southard Robert Dunham Norma Studer 'F -x V'-qu 0 ezghty three 55- . f.M::Vy5,,Z,j'1,',, Xi' .7 ,f 3 34 ,Q1,,- . f ,M 1 . . 7 . y . . 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We 4, :"' .Pj ' li.. 6996336 ezghly four THE COLLECE CLUB College club serves to keep allve the bond b tween present students mu for mer students by sponsormg a gay holxday dance during tne Chrlstmas vacatlon c ach year This year the affair was partlcularly attractne and successful Enllvened by the holiday Splflt a gay crowd gathered at the Arkota ballroom on December 28 The season s colors were used IH profu slon rn decoratlons and lxgntwg effects The commlttee ln charge bound to sur pass former very successful commxttees provided contmuous varlety and fun The college club was organlzed ele ven years ago for the purpose of aqualnt mg the hx h school student Wllh the ac ademlc and soclal problems of college and umverslty llfe lt has served as a med um through whrch the college has reached the students and the student has found hls desxred college Movmg ah ad on the aSSumptlOn that the present mry glve one a peep into the future and that along look ahead educatxonally durmg the secondary school perxod rs wxse the club has done a xaluable servlce for the stud ent who must make a cholce of mst ru trons at whlch to pursue hrs hrgher edu canon Club actlvrtres have been less than usual th1s year due to the fact that the president, john Davls was not m regular presldent had general charge of the suc cessfulChr1stmas dance Lola Srmon son IS secretary treasurer of the club Mlss Posthuma heads the faculty advlsory committee Other members are Mlss Chapman Mass Frlck Miss Gates vlr Anderson, Mr Runyan Mlss Wllson, MISS Reynolds, and Mr Fosness -VV' s "5" 'M ill 'S I I if I 4 . . . , y - . . . . , . , . A 1 . .g y . I . . ' . S 1 . V 7 7 -V I 1 ' ' a - . v . y . . T attendance at school.. Lewle Ellwood,v1ce' 1 . . y . ,U T v ' Y , r"'Tigx', 'L 3 I .dgfrrlfg F Y 4 z'f,,, I x 7-f:',,,, L- 'ue' - - - - - - - QQQQHQH TI-IE MGNOGRAM CLUB Wearers of the monogram are Justr flably envied because their membership ID the Monogram Club s gmfies outstand mg athletlc abllrty adquately demon strated That perhaps rs the reason why such a large percentage of the fellows cn rolled ln hlgh school energetlcally labor to earn a letter the possession of whlch automa lcallyer-tltles the owner to mem bershlp rn the Monogram Club To earn membershrp through foot ball, one must play ln at least snx games of the season More extensne pl lymg IS requlred for a monogram m basketball An lndxvrdual IS compelled to participate IH at least half of th games of thc season and xn case the team enters a tournment he must play at least one game Rules for acqurrmg a letter IH track are more flgld than e.ther of the two before mentroned One ns obliged to place exther first ln a trlangular meet frrst second cr thxrd rn Dakota Relays, tlrst second or thxrd rn regional flrst second thnrcl fourth or fifth ln State rvleer, or first second, or third ln Conference meet Eacn year the Monogram Club has certaln so ral functions Th s year the alumni members gave a banquet and social evemng to th present members At the txme cf the lnltxatxon of the new fellows December Z3 a sumptuous ban quet supplanted all memories of the mnxtranon ordeal Honorary members Coach Howard Wood C R Beck and Arthur Stephens constxtute the advisory board l93L of HCCIS were Marvin Helfert president Erwin Iverson uce DTCSIJCHY., Rollm '0Vood, secretary and treasurer 925' ezqhty five l . G , - . ' - . ' .1 I - 1- s - 1 ' 1 . Y .Q 1 . r'- ' , 1 1 . . . Q 1. r s 'v . ' ' . ' 4 . . . . .1. X ' J s s. 1 1 1 c . . : . 1 9 1 1 f ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 3 1 . . . x V . A. . G c . . 4 1 Q. . . 3 1 1 ' ' 1 7 . 1 ' - 1 1. . . , 1 1 . Y. v . s . 4 , , 1 ,lean . , If: " , -- -'- ----A t :Nfy :ef-,5"' a!1-auyl, C ' TMR" A QQQQHQQ ezghtp szx JUNIOR RED CROSS To glve students an opportunlty to share m the extenslve rellef work of the Red Cross assocxatlon alunlor Red Cross came lnto belng ln 1930 Washington hlgh school organl ed a chapter at that trme SINCE then ln 1 quxetvuay the needy student has recen ed help through the channel of thrs organlzatnon The chapter membersh1p Includes all students enroll ed m the hlgh school Its actn 1ty is based upon the theory of mutual helpfulness Slnce thrs group IS prlmarrly a ser vlce club 1ts annual hlstory IS not a chronicle of brlllrant events and gay good times Money ralslng through bake sales tag days SOllClf3flOU, and slmllar DYOSHIC actxvltxes constlrutes 1ts outward program lt wxll be remembered however, by dls couraged students as the agency through whxch hope came and to the sufferrng student as the means that brought rellef Margaret Dempster 1 presxdent of the chapter Eleanor Overeash, the VICE presldent Rosemary McGovern secre tary and lame Grow the treasurer Miss Teller IS the faculty adm er 'args V Ill x . .W t e . . I . l . V . 4 ' 1 1. . 1 a X . . . 7. . 1 . 1. , .. 1 1 . , - 1 .S V . f . - , , y a ' . . V . 1 1 ' 'S . l ,,.... ,, -. -. jk, ,i,, gl-5'-'IP .. , , , .. ... ri- N, - - 157154 1,2-iff, I Lvfws HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economlcs Club the representatlve group of the coolung and sev. mg classes,1s headed thls yearby Myra Anderson as presldent Lois Bates as vlce president and Bessle Parker as ccretary and treasu er The club was flrst orgfmnl ed IR 1924 bv '1 group of glrls who were 3fIllWlflOUS to be xx ell Informed ID the art of homc making The real purpose of the club: to tram young women to be xnterested, active and efflclent home makers ln this w ay the home IS brought xnto Contact wxrh the school, The club xx elcomes any glrl who IS rnterested ln thexr vsork and lf 1s not necessary to be enrolled rn 'my ofthe economics classes to become a member Meetmgs are held ewery two weeks at the homes of the members and the mothers are ll'lVlt6Cl to attend as honorary members The club funds are used for charlty work and to purchase dishes and other facllltles for improving the rooms used by the economics classes Thas year the the club mterested lts lf 1n a needy famxly and made up Thanksgwmg and Chrlst mas dlnner baskets for them The girls are especially mterested IH entertamlng the mothers, and these meet young gn-ls exchange their new rdeas for the older tried and found true household hlnts of the mothers Faculty adx ISOIS who assist the g1rls nn orgam mg the club and plannmg thelr meetrws and entertamment are M1ssTel ltr Mlss lammer and Mrs Wh ttaleer 'Wvaa ee .lk 'Y' ezghty seven , JI. V Y. i I .M X . Y I . l , ' , ' . 1, ' f , ' . , , S . 4' f r . T . ' I K ': ' V' ' . ' I ra l x A CY I ' ' v 2 , V I T ' l l . T l 1 . , 4 .L I I - 1 , ' K. V I ' I W K I 1 5 1 3 1 X a 5 V I K u 'ings benefitguests as well as members. The - .l nu L . . - f AA 'gfwu D 1 'l ' ' ' - . - L ' . V 1 . ' ' " ' ' ' - 1- 1 eeee XY ASHINGTO llxlw It rs 1 true hut l'llULI'lfllWlC f'1et thnrt the r1ol1lest ofAr11erre1nsl1 rs heen denred tl1e loxe of people, srmple hee ruse of the coldness of pedantrc ll1SfOflilI'lS xx ho h11x e trred to perpetuate hrs fsrme Vx e Ill lenoxx th t George Vxlash ngton xx is 1dmrr1l1le rn 'rchrex ement and puhlre conduet, hut ama rnglv fexx of us reall e tl11t he xx xS also exceedrnvly lox rhle Although l1e l A-4 41223111 ll was actuillx fresh 1nd hlood ms rdmrr able quahfres hax eheen celehratecl rn such strlted trrte terms thf1t they hfrxe lost therr frppeal Those fexx 'rneedotes th'1t rre rel rted about hrm 'rre so h rdlx seleer eel 1nd told tlmr thex do the p 1trrot more h 1rn1 th rn good The eherry tree story, m1de up hx Prrson Weems l11s heen told rn sueh 1 rrdreulous mrrnner tlmr xoung George 'IPDCJTS to hrxe been rsrlly, drswustrng prrxf 3 et, ehrldren are expeeted to re1d rt 'rnd lrke rt Although, rn hrs youth, 1 xx rote to hrs frrends the most clelrghtful letters full of mrsspelled xx ords 'rnd m1 possrhle grrmmer, one hrogrrpher nuh lrshed them xxrth the eorrer trons ot 1 eolle- e professer At the ol nrneteen he xxent tul3rrl11elos md suffered so rom re 1reeses rt 1 xx l eenrng lrexxs to le rrn thfrt 1nd xx rs nerr' e ressee rn order for Lhureh hut wot to toxx 11 too l rte 1 exx trtlxershrxe lveen so gentle 'mel ten er IS xXllNl1lI'lg.,' on xx her1 he mrrrreel t1e xxr oxx Mrrt 1 Lustrs, rnd re1red 1er tx o e r ren Q rs oxxn rv le ger s oxxs lxl1x 711 60 s txo re rt- tue ers es lx .rx 7 160 lexstfnll N THE MAIN N tree 10s tr fs for wlls Us ly trertrnx' t1e rdres 4s hy srx prele crres ru rs elrerry xxe frnd F hrurrx 7 1110 ln r1tt lrng for Enexelopedm Brrtrnnrer xx hrehl drd not xxrn 1 pound 4s At Mount Ver non, drnern-1 classes met md tl1e xx rll THUU xxxth r11usre 1ndl1rl'1r1tyrn xx hrer the rdept nd trreless W1NhlDglOD yorned He xx 1s 1 pu won ol generosrrx 'mel xx as eonstrntlx rn frnmerrl need H lox ed tl1e tlrerter He xx is ID rnexlrrust rhle Llfel plryer H drssrpproxed ol pro f1n1ty,yet l1e used rt rn r11oder rtron when rr xx 1s needed No onel1'1Cl'1l1rgger temper or hetter Control ox er rt thwn he Hrstor mns try to mwlxe Us thrnle th rf he xx ent through '1 sex en ye rrs xx rr and m ewht years Presrdeney 'mel sxx ore hut ouce Who could loxe sueh 1 rohon On th one oemsron xx l1en thex permrt hrm to sxxefrr, If the hrttle o Monmouth l1e drcl not sxxerr xr frll Thom gh he suffered xx rtl1 psrroxxsms of l1ughter, xx ho h 18 ex er seeni sleeteh or XXf11sh1ngton ex en smrl rng' The rewl XX rsrrrngton xx 'rs rxve rnsprr rrw pure of hefrrt m rgnrnrmous leople Il'eIrrl1leel xx hen they met hrm hut found hrm sl1x,eourtly generous Jflu unxxrllrng t trlle or lrmself But l1e eouler hlr e xxrth rnrge nrt coxx frrdrce, tre1so'1 or elrs loyqltx to hrs rde11l ot 11nrmmort rl n rt on OIT CNLW Login J 1 rx f YT' I . but 4 WE if 'x--lk if-1, :--at erghru eight 65? 1 1 1 N l!Ylx1-X',LRlE P1-Xlll.flfN '11 1 bl 1' 1 1" 1','CliC1 l1 ' '1', 1 -. .1 1- 111, . .171-1' 1-1 ' A1 1 1 11 ' 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 s. :1 vp 5 I X x'i tx ex I' 'x U :KI C' 2 Y" F'-V , 1 -- s - , ' ' ' A- 1 V ' -1- 1 'K 'l '-:Y 1 '- 'x ,- , ' L . 17.1 f v ' 1' 'fl 1 . 11 N ' 1 '1 1 '1 - 1 " , ' 1 ' '1 s 1 -1 - ' 1 ,., ' 1' '1 1 ' '1 ' Z' ' '11 1 ' '1' 2 11 ' ' 1: ' 1 . 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This year a very competent staff was chosen to plan and write up the annual Loretta Hoxxe as Loretta Howe editor was conscientiously aided l y Maryorie Paulsen, assistant editor Frank Rollxnger business manager, carried out his duties with intelligent efhcicncy Each department of the xearboolc was headed by a clcver and dcpcndalale editor xx ho midc a gcneral pl in of h s scctlon and dlrccted his committee in Writeups The first boolc, the administration division, xx as headed by Betty Boll xxho was helped by Frances jane Southard Both girls did their vxork well theirs was the first section to be completed and printed One of the most difficult p rrts of the xxork on the annual xvas the organ and the rest of the senior dix 191011 This xx ork xx is in the hands oflviax Richmond, vxho accomplished lt in an xdmirablc rc liihle and ciilcicnt m xnncr His committec worlxc s incluclcd Mirgaret Dcmpstcr, Lconard Fimestad, Qlco Bushncll bcrt rude biglcr, Roy Kcntficld jcrry Frmlccl Virginia Bauer, Helen Moen, and Cath- erine Shaw. The second largest division, devoted to activities and organizations, was edit- ed bx Paul Pfeus His committce was composed of Lois Chase, Beulah Britton Ray Hodgson, Doris Wcst and Darxxin Flanagan It xx as the duty of tnls comm ittec to rccord the prommcnt soci il cvcnts and extra curriculir ififiirs of the xcar and to explain thc functions and actlx it ies of thc xarlous organi itions ofthe school Thc fourth section of the annual, thc Fnac Arts division vxas devoted to crcitlxc xvork in writing, music and dramatics Her ingenulty and depend ability coihled Edna Searles to hxndle the department ably Her co worlcers werc Art jcnsen, john Farlcer Laura lxloss and lzllen Swanson Pranlc Rollingcr Thc Athlctic s department xx as dlx ld ancl birls Athletics ln chargc of the lxoxs ltllctlcs xx s Franlc Ailccns xxho xxith Lcxxlc l1llYXOOLlLl1TOITlklLk.lIl1L ith ctlc actlvitics of t .c school xeir xit an in crcst ind 1 xi 'or xx mich milcc tn scct on an xccur atc ind xlxic account ci 1037 ltlllctlc ic its .4253-qk is , . 7 K t . . X I . V .S Kc fc . Y 4 I 'T ,c c 'Q 1 v v 'A I L l o C 5. - ' s 1- ' s K- -'I 1 s 1-' ' 1 2 1' 'lc ' . ' '. ' . 'za ' s x ' . . i 1 3 ' A, ' ' ' , yi L 1 . O . . 1 " 1 2 . a A in Q ' V 1 - - ' ' 'r , . , . L . . A .X I 1 ' , l I Az, C . L Y L r Kc 1 A X X I ' ' 1 H a . 2 i 1 T I Q . . . V 1 . ck l . " V ' ,, I A v A L KA - s 1 '-1 4 - 'lx ' V' , ization and assemblage of senior pictures ed into two main parts-Boys' Athletics . 1 :Q , .Q , .V V ' 'z c c ' '. 1 1 ' 'ah . ' ., 1 K - '5 r ' ' l 2 ' K 1 s, v' . 1' s v - ' - s s 1 . 'L . 1 f. ' - in z"h. '-r. A ' - 1 . 1 .- 1 1 "g 'l' 1'-l's . N N . ' as ' ' sa '. 'i ,. - . -,1-ui.: 1-a "l: x B' 1 s ' x , . 2 A --s , M2 . '- sa 5' 2-aL:J5 nT'. "'-'api A -QQ QQHE Q23 Helen Luey Paul Preus P1ulRe1gwn Frfmlx Allxene Cath rim Dax 13 C :rl Rlfer Elma Neirlei lhttx woll Mn l-llel1IUUl"lx.l Nldrgorxe Pnxlgon l'r1nk Rolhn er loretm Home Helen Lwcey with Loll SIIUODSOD 'xi her helper, left for future referenee the letlxmes of the CJlflS Athletic As oe:- tlon 'md the Zifl1lCULblD vxhlch g1rl5 took plrt The fewture sectxon xx 'rs txlxen mre of by Plul Revnm xuth a helping Lim mittee of three Alfred Anderson Exelyn PlHl'llSLllVlilOf1 of the mmul I'LLlLllI'Uel 1 fire xt dt rl of orxgln 1l1ty md the du lop ment of Lluer lden The eomn mittee ln Ll1lTg1L lm mdltd the xxorl- LI'k.LllI'1lWlY The lrt edltor L lrl RIILT, serx ed 35 1 IULLHLIITI lxtuun the st iff 'md the 'lr dep lrtment He m lClC Sllg,Lft.SflOl'lS for lr effeets md dld he mmy odl ure c lettevng md l lst mmute tlr lXV1Dg needed Qltherme Dum '15 tx pxst vm as also 'HX11ITlPOI't'lDlfID6IUlWCI' of the Stiff bhe typed eopy to he sent to the prlnter prox mg herbelf tobe 1 pltlenr, relmble wc rlxer remember that they one to the Looper mon md pmnnt work of the stlff this ye l!'lN00lx xxhleh wall m llter ya lfb help to preberx e memories of our hx fh sehool d Hb M .,g nznetp one 1 ' 1 X1 1 1 ' " . e ' 2 ' if ' -. f 1 1 A f P' if " A ' ' l' . ' 4 g N r l - ' c "' . . .. .. -- 1 1, 1., . 1. 1 - 1' 1 ut L x A 1 1 1 - , 2 1 G 1 Q A- .S ' 2 t 1' N' ' ' '5 "L: l'fi ' I ' 1 1 lf if ' 1 " ' ' ' ' ' ' - - Q 1 1 o ' 1 ' . . . . . 1 . 1 ' 1 f 'U I' ' ' - 1 ' '1 1 ' 1 1 ' . 1 ' . 1 , N 1 1 51 " 1 ' 'L - ' 1 ' ' , '- - mf A . , '- ' 1 1 1 ' '1 2 ' . Sietsema, and Rosemary McGovern. Readers of the Monogram should 'J ' Wk ' 2 1 x ' 1 2 L . K , y x 1 - 4 - 11 -1 " if 1 1 we ' 1 ' 1 2 " ' ' A ' x Yi ' Q 'b A : ' X A i 2 I xg ' Y A ' A I 1 X 112 ' 3 ' A x Q u L v I 1 A I C l x' x 1 x I x .B B1 s , Z 1 1 fi ' , , ,, . 2 I, .A , - C , , , ., e . , " ' 5551 7??'15Hfl Anangu? QQQQQQ THE ORANGE SL BLACK Our school paper, a four column, four page br monthly sheet has had an additional page in several issues thisxear Capacity sire now measured by the print 1ng facilities it IS inadequate in si e when Jugded by news space Every issue could be twice the Sl e if lf chronicled all the events of present and historic interest completed her sophomore vear Virginia is a natural leader combining the happy faculty of turning out a great deal of work with lrttle confusion and inspiring others to do likewise As the high school correspondent for the local daily Vlr 1n1a has gleaned xauable hints in news paper xx r1t1ng and publishing The supporting staff IS composed of Miss Margery Miller Adviser for publications Txvo issues of special mterest this year were literary number published un der the supervision of Eileen Truax llter ary editor and the Chrlstmas paper which carried a lull front page feature of the autographs of prominent students and faculty members A change in editorial policy was inaugurated when the staff for 1932 33 went IDIO control The editor in chief gave xxay to a managing editor A staff of three edltorlal writers xxas formed A make up editor and head line writer vxasdlscontinued and the duties of that posit on dixrded among the increased staff of reporters Virginia Van Brunt 33 became the managing editor at the beginning of the second semester Virginia is a veteran in the field She began as a member of the reporting staff in her freshman year there developed rapidly as xx riter and a Judge of nexxs and Jumped IFIO the pos ition of associate editor before she had Rosemary McGovern Marjorie Paulsen and Darwin Flanagan who write the ed itorials 'I he make up editor selected for his efficient work in printing IS Elmer Forsberg Dick Jones fil s the first berth of head line writer From the reportlng staff Lewie Ellwood vxas placed ln the Virginia Van Brunt Editor of The Orange Sr. Black position for boys sport editor to be assisted by Bob Ogborn and George Rohn Eileen Truax Helen Mo n Alfred Anderson and Lois Chase remained at alumni exchinge and girls sport editor The reporting staff xx as increased to ten persons They are Ruth Dax ie Eber Lucas Qcott Reardon Nathellc Gilbert Hoxxard Rowley Helen lensen ZaMoria Smith Ray Laird Grace Mtlien ie and Lauren Lewis The business staff includes Roy Kentficldin charge of circulation Rich ard Hood his assistant Frank Rolllnger typrst, and Arthur Engle cartoonist JVPV ggllglt, M nl ninety two as - .n , . Y . . K . .H , ' . ' . . . . . . . g ' . . . i 7 . . .S . . Y . l Y , . . . , , l . . . Y . I pg I Y I Q ' 3 1 . v -Q ' . ' I , I ' ' .A I . l ' O V 1 . ' w 3 1 A i . . . , . were added,while the club editorship thelf FSPCCUVQ POSXUQUS3 Of llf'-:3fafVf 1 ' ' I 1 i 1 - T Q . , i , Y. . . V . 'n . t. . 'I , - - - x 1 1 ' 4 , ' y R 1 1 . . . , ,. , V I I I Y . ' . . . . . 1 , . Z Y ' 1 y f . 3 . . b . A V . . A - ' . M . , . , . . . . A 1 V I , .N . "u:5"'e- ' 13334 lr r rlrn AllrtdAnt.ltrwn 0 Q xt! t N L ll L t L t VIH Q K N mtmar N tm 1 rt tv tt R x Utt x H t X t L t THE ORA GE A D BL LK Offltldl paper of the wdSlllllglUIl Hlgh Sthool of Sn ux Pulls South Dakota Pub lSll4"Cl everv tvso w ekb by the students of the xx hool under thv dlrettlon of 1 ldtulty tornnnttee appointed by thf- prlntxpfxl Set up and printed by the sill enm of the- Printing D1 pdrtrnent under tl e tllftgtilllll of the lnstruttor tn p lnt ing luclvern D Mr-ttdl e W I lwfrly prmtlpal M M Brurnbaugh isst pfllltlpdl UJIIURIAL ' FAH' RLPORTP Rb Rosennry Mtbmern Nunn' Xoung Lvvsw Fllvwoftl Qt ott Re mlon Hen-n .Jensen Mdrjorw I lLllSJIl Vlilldjlllfl lwiltor Nxrgnna Van Brunt Make- up l'4llll r I' Inn r lwrxlrerg Sports ldltor Lu Roy Slllltll"l'NlPIl CJ Sports lwilt nr lols t na e Literary uiltor "l1evnTru1x Alurnnl rdxtor Ht lt n Moen i lu 1 l'u r llil'VKl1llldllI an hulmrmge lwhtor Allred Anderson Nltws, ldltr 1' I lore nw KN lntmore Bll5lNh,bb STAN' Ctrtuldtlon M.-mage Roy Kentfleld Am t Llrtulutaon Mgr R14 haul Hood fxplwt Dt 1 1 Rvnner bdfltlfllllwl rthur bngle QLHOUI MUNI T0 lu tblse who enter he-re not forget mr errdml f lv so d ang, tl y poverlsh themselves Burnt Orange and lilatk fiftklldlltlll 1.100 boplee 'Vlernlwr of South Dakota Hugh lil ' l 5 RlM5U70l Qtboo' Prem Aww ldllllll Newspaper F Member Member Qtnll and Stroll ba iltjlldl Honor Souetx tor High 'UDL YJMQOUM 5LllOlll Journ 1 lsts F Xt UITX COWVIII Ill' Mr Mr-tt alla thnrrndn Nltw Harnrln Wllss 'Nhllfar ini Mlss Be srrl lfy Sl H'XJL CO1 URS iD 'ik l I Q -r mrmzy three l7l:n1rl't slrv LZ A1 f glc l ' ' ' 11ngrcn,l.-l' x' Snntl 'r,0n, D-1 1lit-n1.'r,Rvx'K'nrfi'l,l, Darwin l3l.1na1gxn, F. lt Rtwllinglr, l. vi kllhlxt' R - 1 ",'.1t D. xcrn,fNl:ri.w 1' lxrllllntll, l.cxx'isl2llwmu.l, llcnlrtlul' YI1,Ell"IlTfll.IN, ntl Dtlvix 9. lltklftlwll, b.lll'L1lIll.I Yun llrunr, Hel 'r Vlunscn, llcl 'n blU'I1,Rl lm.ar.l llootl. 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OUR HERO He was tall, hrs teeth shovxn lrke rrrrdescent pearls flawless rn therr shrn rng beauty The grrls had chrrstened hrm Blondy and he was the school s hw ro The score stood only frxe for Buck tooth as Bgalllst srx for rts opponent Hackensack Academy, but now Blondy xx as rn The result would be drfferent It was Blondy qurckly garned the ball and shot at the vxrong basket count mg two pornts for Hackensack The grrls sat petrrfred Was therr hero, rherr Blondy throwrng the game' K x O 1:- ig 'S' -kmramz 'T' l f X f z 'ffffaf X X But look' Curly good old Buck tooth s other forxx ard had tossed the ball at Blondy, xx ho xx as watehmg a frrend rn the audrence, xx hreh had come to cheer hrm Horrors xx ould the ball go to Hack ensack' No rt In lCll1lfBlOl1elx s he 1d 1nd lr 1d rre ree throu- h the b1 ket 'or ane ll gt 1 ' Now the grrls cheered xxrldly knoxx rng that Blondy had xrndrcated hrmself m rkrng the goal for Bucktooth Blondy s next brrllrant play occurred xx hen he passed the pellet to the t 111 Buek tooth center rn pl 1ee under the basket for an easy shot The throxx of the brrl lrant forxxard xx as rratre and rl brnged Ott the la 1ekl oard for another freld goal Our hero Ind noxx 1e1x an ed the seore on lor 1 srdes to sex en for Hue tooth and erght for Hackensack Aeade my Only three mrnutes were lett to play Come on, Blondy' begged the fernrnrne admrrers of the handsome goal countrng genrus He rarsed hrs arms above hrs head and shook hands xxrth hrmselt rn acknowledgment He called to the ret eree, wavrng hrs arms frercely at hrm Trme out' he thundered courageously a 1d a ro ar of applause met thrs wrly strata gem At the exprratron of the allotted tra e Blondy trotted to hrs posrtron xxrth a grrm do or dre expressron on hrs noble countenance Formatron A3613 h srvnalled to hrs nerxous teammates The referee tossed up the ball the centers Jumped Bloncly s teammate rose to a new herght of glory as he trpped the ball to the Bucktooth rnsprratron hrmself But xxhat xx as thrsl Blonely had drrb bled to the xx rong goal agarn' Both teams stood rn the mrddle ofthe tloor and watched mm xxrth starrng eyes, therr mouths gaprng open And then rn a long ox er arm pass Blondy had shot for the basket a floor length axx ay' What matter rf rt mrssed due to arr resrstancel It was a magnrfrcent attempt' Undauntedly Blondy dashed furrous ly doxx n the floor and regarned possessron of the ball but noxx a Hackensack guard stood rn front of hmm hrs arms waxrng lrke the blades of a xv nd mrll Blondy knexv that the g1me xx as al most oxer that soon the whrstle would bloxx and that so far the game xx as lost He tc ok a terrrl le IVVL rrsprrrnl ehan e 1 rrs th 1t xx ou 1 rreeeee rrx 111 rn 1 thousand trmes He threxx the ball at the floor be tween the vxrde spread legs ef the H k ensaek m rn' The ball bangr l ag rrnst the floor and then spr1ng upxx ard toxx ard the hoop of the basket lt hrt the rrm r1n around rt txxrce hesrtated and drop ,Jed through just as the QIUTL ofhcrally ended Buektooth had xx on ox er rts hrstorrc rrx rl and Blondy hrd come rnto hrs oxxn ax am He had once more beeome a hero' V153 57 1 '4-dir sa vo one hundred , . 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Q . ,, in 1 1 ,sus 1 1:11 .- . - im, 5.-.k f 'I QQQ QHQ WAQHINGTON SOLDIER AND STATESMAN BY RALPH oeexx The questron xx herher Waslarngton xx as the greater as a statesman or as a soldrer 15 strll an open one Surely he xx as trulv a great man rn both capacrtres Al though he xx as a member of both Lon trnental Congresses, hrs xvork as a states man actually began later When the drs orders due to the vx ealetress ofthe Artrcles of Qonfederatron made a new govern ment neeessary, everyone looked to Wrshrngton recause he favored a strong eentralr ed unron Washrngton s per sonalrty hrs lerndness, hrs tact hrs sprrrt of toleratron hrs genurne patrrotrsm, hrs deep belref rn a permanent urrron of states made hrm an outstandrng frgure at the great Constrtutronal Conventron of 1787 and the lovrcal head of our nexv gox ernment It was thought that srnce Franklrn was the other cardrdate for presrdent of the Unrted States, rt would be a great honor bestoxx ed on Xvashrnu ton to haxe Franklrn nomrnate hrm It had been planned to carry thrs rdea out, but Franklrn xx as taken srck just be fore the eonx entron consequently rrrnklrn reques ed Robert Morrrs to nomrnate Vfashrngton Thrs xxas done and Washrngton vxas unanrmouslx elected presrdent, shoxxrng lars popularrtx rn all the strtes elected presrderrt on the strength of pop ularrry xxon rn prosecutron ot the Rex olutronny Wrr he xx rs noxx to shoxv hrmself a lerndly and xxrse counselor rn peace Many of the polrces whreh he formulated Ire strll rn use at the present trme XX ashrngton emphasr ed tne neeessrty ofunron, the danger of seetron alrsm and trctronal or p rrty contlrets the rmportanee ot prompt olaeorenee t to rll laxx s, and the rrrrperatrve neeessrty of he m rrnten rnce of publrc eredrt Though France had helped u n the Rex olutronary W rr, he opposed enterrngl an allranee xx rth tr at country and xx arned the people rgarnst all permanent or en trnglrnv allrrnces These polreres wer. not popular xx rth the people He xvas crr trer ed and abuseu by manx Later ex ents hoxx ex er, demonstrated hrs far seerng xxfrsdom and the accuracy of hrs analxsrs of condrtr ns Washrngton founded hrs decrsrons upon xx rsdoar, no upon emo trons or the rmpulse of the moment Vxfashrngton s nrrlrtrry career rs one of the Webs! nrrllrrnt rn hrstory It 'ICILI ally began xx hen he was made arde de camp to Braddock on the fatal exp drtron rgarnst Fort Duquesne It xx as here that he slaoxx ed those brrllrrnt frght ng qualr tres whreh afterxx ard made hrm so famous When Braddock fell xx ounded, Wash rngton xx as left rn eommand He ranged the whole freld on ho seback a target for every Indran bullet as he trred to r rlly the frrghtened troops Txxo lorses xvere shot from under hrm and four bullets prerced hrs coat Yet he fought on Cxallantly he trred eo save the rest of the Brrtrsh army from annrhrlatron When he saw that the battle was lost, he brought hrs Vrrgrnra rangers off rn far. order Beeruse of deeds lrlxe thrs the Sec ond Qontrnental Congress unanrmously eleeted hrm commander rn claref ofthe colonral army ofthe Rex olutronary War Cn July 3 1r75, under the famous elm of Cambrrdge he drexv hrs sxxord and of frcrally Ie ok eommand Washrngton s really no armx or supplres He couldn t ruse money A vxeaker mrn than be xxould havefrrled Wasnrngton hoxxex er kept hrs tarth rn Drxrne Provrdence, and by hrs strength of ch rracter and poxver oxer men he held hrs army together through almost rneredrble hardslrrps and prrxatrons Thus through Washrngtons rnsprratron rnd Von bteubens drrllrng the army emerged stronger rn sprrrt and drscrplrne than ex er Br rx ery prtrrotrsm eommon se ase the abrlrty o make use o every brt of rnformatron that came hrs xxay these xxere the qualrtres 'nat drstrng rrshed hrm He xxas a frghter, a soldrer exery rnch ef hrm He not only had no fear, hrmself but he couldn t u dersfand fear jygm xhqr one hundred one , .- gg . 9 Y All 7 Y J 7 "I" I' 1 7 V . . . . C v l t . . .1 - , .O . . A J 'N . . . :Q I . 7 A t - , v 1 , 2 s L - T 1 7 , l V I D , K C I ln C T s .1 v C . fs I V f s 1 S ' ' 1 .' 7 1 1 . e e . Ve X L . . .. . , . . . . . ' z . .' - . . 'I 1 rf r " - . , . , . . e , . . e 7 L ' s I K J VI N n T . - . ' . - ' ' e. I ' r , X - ,, 1 Q .. ' 1 ' , yy ' ' - Y lx I s . . L A 4 - 7 v a . . . ' , . . h 1 7 Y l 7 !.,' s f Y I I L V I e T C L 1 .T u , , K , , I - ,H . , , , - 2 - y I . T I l 7 , r , . e C . ' ,s v ' s , ' . A - ' - ' . . ,C . V, Y ' ' ' - . ' ' x , e t -. ' . e l., - ' ' k ' d'f' l H h d - Vxfhrle Wasnrngton was undoubtedly ras WHS 3 1 MCU F One- 9 H PWC? I I I - TL V T 4 . I - 4 - ' ' x V- 2 C s . rs! x I A4 ' ' . y. A 1 ' 1 v1 ' v V x T I 7 - K , V Y , . . . , . . . , 1 ' '- ' Q . . y 7 ' ' z s, s . x ' , , K , . ,W , - . 'c. f 4 .. ' " L C Y ' my kd I C A' 7 - s ,, . ' ' A . ,I . . . I Q , . . 1 , . ze K 1 , ' ., ' -A - ex . Q x ' 1-a i 0 . s x s ' ' ' C C K e l C ee ' ' K. T I 1 1 , TA , A -I f ' . , 5 s r l Q . I - H . . , I u i . . ' . . ,, . . . , K K ,K - e. . 3 1 7 1 - Y ' . Y . 2 U 1 1 . ' 3 N . , . . , ' ' 2 . - , . n . . A '.f1"'-cr at Q33 in others. Nothing aroused his anger so much as to see his troops scatter and flee. More than once, seeing his troops break wildly before the enemy, he would shout at them with cries of rage and beat them back into line with his sword. Sometimes his men fought through fear of his wrath, but more often because of their affection ate admiration for him. "This ability to lead men against overwhelming odds, to their death if need be, this fighting :est and indomitable bravery gave Washing- ton success as a commander He would not admit defeat and he had a method of turning disaster into profit No one knew better than he the value of strategy and no one was more skilled at deceiving the enemy It was this rare mill ary gen 1us that brought the war to a successful close After the war when he was biding TMS AND A rippling brook winds over the heath Blue with heather and Scotch hair bells Three trees gave down on r1ll beneath As they hear the tale the brooklet tells Laughing, gurgling skipping it goes, As it bubbles its way to the sea Though heat en may crash and a fierce vs md blow S Who a fl kle st eam would be' farewell to his officers, Washington, who usually was so dignifed and reserved, was overcome with emotion. His voice broke and he could hardly speak. His farewell address was simple, but beauti' ful: "With a heart full ot love and grati- tude, l now take my leave of you, most devoutly wishing that your latter years may be as happy and prosperous as your former have been, and as glorious and honorable." Then he requested all to come and shake his hand. Silently thef obey ed i-low they loved their great com mander' Thus to the end of time Washington will be honored bo h as 1 soldier and as a statesman To the end of time also will Americans unite in that beautiful eulogy spoken at his funeral First in war first in peace and fi st in the hearts of his countrymen A Bl200lz A quick sure fate awaits the stream lt is only a drop in the angry sea lt loses its laugh and sparkling beam And soon forgets its identity Ah' but trees for years hold sovereignty They lift their forms so tall and straight A blessing they voice for humanity Those trees peer in at Heaven s gate MarJor1e Paulsen R If 'Qlx Er- 12- Q .qui z yt-'iE,,1L,-X 'VV one hundred two ss V Y ' , . I 2 1 . f ' . . at . . . . . , . .T . I . . , - . . ' g, , . . . . 1 . . 1 y ' , . . . A . . " Y 7 1 1 ' 1 ' rs Y . . . . v' 1 . ' l ' -u 1' l . f I k 2" R' 3 LN- 'AAX1 ' fit- " I lx X ii FN F -s ,L - ' ,,..,g -rxl ' 1 N t . 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A-q..,h f 1 ,1 'ifaee' 3' Q?" kt f- , QG QQQ FOR JERRYS SAKE As tht dotto lrfttd hrs htad from t t chest of tht small frvurt yrnv so racked xxrth parn hrs krrad blutcyes mtt thost of 1 young mm standrnv by the la d beerng thrt he xx as about to sperlt Doctor Snell lrfted hrs hand and mo troned tht young map to come rnto the othtr room Afttr the door had clostd be hrnd them Dottfxr Snell plactd hrs arm loxrngry about the shoulders of tht t oubled young man rtk ht commenced, Im afrard thtre s nothrng more th rt I c rn do for trry He s got to have rn operatron or t se But ht tould go no furthe for the xxords sttnrtd to strangle hrm andht turntd hrs herd axxay so that ht tould not stt tht 1gonr td look of cltsprrr and grref so tvrdtnt on hrs frrtnd s frte Yts, yes nrutttred ack, xxho had flung hrmself doxxn rn a tlarrr rnd xx rs ga rngxacantly out of tht xvrndow But where xxrll I get the money' You know, Doctor Snell I rn xvork ng my xx ay through Drayton College and hax en t any extra money man sympathetrcallv Ill see what ltrn do about rars nu some monty, but you ll haxe to get busy Ard so xx rth frnal rnstructrons about medrcrne tht krndly old doctor took le rxe of rk Nexrn As the door closed behrnd hrm atlt trptotd quretly rnto the other room and xxrth hrrmmrnv eyts loolttd doxxm rt the prrn rrdden lrttlt form th rt lry tossrng upon 1 htd of torture loor lrttlt trry' Most of hrs ten yerrs had hten sptn rn th rt srmt bed For trry couldn t run anc' plry lrkt othtr normal lrttle boys erry xx rs par aly td And noxx perhaps erry xxould no longer he htrt jerry, jerry moaned ack He must do somethrnv Xvhv lerry xvrs the only person xx ho cared tor hrm and lerry xx as hrs only lrnrc xx rth worth xx hrle thrngs It xx as jerry xx ho alxx ays cheered hrm on, Y e , ex en rrdrtuled and rnsulttd hrm rn to xx orkrnv hrs xx ay through Drayton Lolrexr Why xxrthout Jerry lrfe xxould n t he xx rth lrx rnxf Wh rt xxould be the use of frnrshrng college mal-1rng 11 success of hrmself rf there xx ere no tager eyes to snap xx rth prrdt no small tlutchrng hands to grasp hrs, no more caresses and laugh ter No lrfe xx ouldn t be xx orth lrx rnfr xxrthout lerry bo poxxerful and turhultnt had hrs emotrons become that jack was forced to leaxe tht room for fear of tlrsturbrrg hrs lrttlt brother Grabbrng hrs hat and coat, jrtk flung optn tht door and strode rn to tht xx arm M ry sunshrnt So busy xx as he xxrtn hrs thoughts that ht nad no eyts tor tht glory of tht beautrful sprrnv day Hrs thoughts xxtre rn a turmorl What could he do to htlp trry' Dotter Snell had srrd that rt xxould trkt r grtat dt rl of monty for the necessary optratron Wfhtrt xx ould ht gtt the money' He had no frrtnds to borroxx from no rr h uncles to leavt hrm ltgrcrts and no xvay of earn mv any money But thert must he somt xxay out of rt all' Wrthout rntendrng to he uncon scrously turned hrs footsteps toward the d the tast entr ance the boy s dormrtory ack norrced a large group of boys gather eo about the doors Exccrtement re gned among them Upon seerng lack tvo young mtn elbowtd thtrr xx ay through the troxxd and ran to mett hrm brvrng hrm affect tronatt slaps on tht b rtk they both thorustd Wtll jack haxt you htard the b g ntxvs? What ntxxs atlt rnqurrtd vagut ly Wha drd he tart about news? trry xx rs But here hrs hrtttr thoughts xx ert rnterrupttd by the txcrttd xorces of hrs txxo school mates ack ack Don t you know that the dean of our rrx al colltge rs offerrn 1 55300 to the xxrnner of the hrg oratorrc rl contest to be held next Erroay nr0ht7 W hat ack eacclarmed Gone xx as 1 -,rr hrs laufftror Had he hoard a rrvht' 5300 I hought that xx ould get you, laughed hrs a 4y""P"vf :SW yd one hundred three sf E 55' ' . 1 1 - v- ' f 1 ' 1 N l 11 7 1 1' ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 bt. , h1 1 . ' 1 11' l 111 ' 1' ' . , 1 1 ,., I., 1 1, ,.,. 1 K 1 K ' - - A 1 1 1 i - ' . 1 . ,- Q 1 2 i in . U i 1 1 1, , 1 P ' 1 vf - 1 V 1' A X - , - ' 1 - . 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , Y 1 Z 1 ' 1 V - - , 1 ' 7 ' , , 1 , ' ,- . , . , 5 1 1 1 , 1' 1 . . 1 X , 1- v X , 11 1 1 1 . n. 1 X L V 1 - Y' A' 1 . 1 ' ' r 11 ,, 11 , . . . 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 '1 ' ' , , . - 1 1 1 ' , 1 1 1 .. I1 ' - . . . 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I xxouldn 1 get to flrst base Well you mlght try for erry s sake, respondedj 111 erry just the name galvanl ed jack mto actlon Im go1ng to slgn up rlght noxx for Fnd IV nlght Never before had the great auditor 1u111 of Drayton College been so paeked xx11th p ople Doctor Snell s1tt1ng1n the very front roxv xvasn t thlnkxng of the glory for Dr1yton College He xv1s thlnklng of the sufferlngs and tortures of '1 small ten year old boy ack n1ust xxm' The chairman xvas already announc 1110 the flrst spe1ker xx ho was rom Thurston College Gee, Pug xxhlspered to hm lack IS the second speaker It xxon t be long now' As the applause died axx1ay after the flrst speaker had left the stage jack Nex IH stepped to the mld Ile ofthe pl 1tforr11 As he looked at hls 1ud1ence a strmge mlst arose before hls eyes and tl1e SLI of f1ees swam before l11m Why eouldn t he say son1etl11n11' It xx as terrlhle In the sea of odd faces laek plcked out the kmd face of Doctor Snell The doetor s f1 e xx ore 1 xx orrled expresslon but he nodded en e ouragxnf ly to the dlstra ted box trlet to spea 11a111 ut e eou dnt The el111r111 11 1fter h1x1ng eleared hls thro1t lmpatlently rapped sm lfflx on tl1e desk and spoke Vx ell xou11111111n, xou seem to h xe 1,3612 noth1nf1 to sax I ou had better leax e tl1e st1ge for the next eontestant W 1th drooplng shoulders and boxved head,I11ck left the s age But as he passed tl1e churman s de k he stopped Again before him rose the XISIOD of 11 lllIl6 boy He 111 fuled er1x agalt' He paused he ore the eh11rn111 and ID a loxx xo11e xx lell 1ne1e1sed IU xolur e 1nd grexx xx1t1 1 1eh xx ord lie 1 eg 111 ,I-Ofllgllf 1 lttle 1 rxght eyed lad lb n11k111g a flght for llfe He has nex er knoxxn IIS sxxeetness or 1ts beauty erry s story became t h e theme of the most stxrrmg or1t1on ever glx en from 11111 platforn1 The SlIl1pllLlfV and s1nce11tx of ack s story touched hls ustencrs A sob of sympathy ran th ough the audlence xx hen he paused Applause xxas not 1de quate to express the feehng of the hsten ers At last the eontest xx as ox er All the speakers were through, and 1 fxe mm utes IDICTIDISSIOD tor tlae Judglng was 1llOVx ed P1ople gatl1ered 111 groups to CIISLLIS3 the 111er1ted x 1lue of each orator Everxone had somethmg to s1x Wl11t h1d eome over 1ek Nexlnl Why l1e 111dn t seemed like the same person I announce 1ck N e v 1 n ne beg1n But that xx as all rhe further he got for a gre lf storn1 of clapping, cheer 1n11, and vxhlsthng arose Exen tl1e dls appomted Thurstomons, catchxng the sp1r1t began to cheer along xx1tl1 tl1e rest So happy xx as ack that he totally ignored the clamorlng ot the 1ud1enee and began to mak '1 QIWICIULIS ex1t But here h xx IS thwarted by the xx 1ld sl1outs of, speech'speeeh" bo xx 1lk1ng back to the stage aek stood there for a fexx 1111r ules and erled to thmk of sometmng to sav But no xxords xxould con1e and the more the croxxd shouted the n1ore embarrassed he became cle1r1'w ms throat xck 1ttemped to spe 1k If he spoke te1rs xxould choke h U1 for they bhnde I IWIID noxx Icmally ID dxwust lllel andm some embarrasment he looked at at dlen e 111dst1111n1ered Axx I xx ant to go l1on1e to errx I u111ee aoun-1ren 11a11 egg one hundred four 1 '55 -Y 1 :Eg -1 11-7, 1 W V AV 4 Y Us L-,-,e 1 lt . . 71s J " 1 1 1 ' 1 , e , 1 , 1 . g 11. 1 v ' ' 1 f 1 N - I' 1 4 1 1 1 . 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' Q 1 J . 43 I jr- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 . . 1 , , 1 ,1, I , 1, 1 6 ,Q 1' 1 , . 1. , 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 .- 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , 11 1 ' 1 11 I1 1 ' K 3 x A 1 5 A 22 L 'J 'E L V I I J' 9' I 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' . 1- . 7 A ' A 1 Y Y 2 ,.,. , . 1 1 A - , ' , ' 1 - s ' 1 1 1 .,- 1 . . 1, , . . . .1 ,, . 1 . 1 1 , 1 s - -.. - - 1 1 1 .1 , 1 ..,, ,1 1 r 11' g 5 .15 1 1. 1 1 1 11 '. 11 ', 11 5 lack 1l 1' 11 k 15,1 l1 h1 ' ' 1 3 1 1e l . 1 1 11 , 1 1 1 1 1, . 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 11 1 '1 1 1 1 1 c1 1', 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1. 1 .1 1 , , 1 1 , 1 - , 1 A4 7: Y f ' xi Ai 5 1 1 , ' ' h J , g 1 11 . - - ,, . 7'F 5 3:1 . 1 1,1151 -1:-1 6. :'1'4vl sq, I 1 -1 BOYD L BOHLKE Mr Boyd L B llke has been charge ofthe vocal sectlon of thc. Wash nngtoa hugh school music depfrtment for the last five years during uhlch time 1 has made great progress and produced many creditable Groups Each year this department has presented an operetta one public performance and has been represented at varxous places by smmll groups rn which tale tand good tI"llI1lDg under Mr Bohlke haxe been dlsplayed Mr Bohllt lS a faxorlte of h s puprls and throu hhr close tlendshlp with them gains their enthuslastlc co opera tlon The trrst program ofthe season was presented last December V1 tor Her herts Su eetheart xx as credltably pre sented as the annual operetta 'wir 'xrthur R Thumps n QQQQHQH Boyd l. Bohlke ARTHUR R THOMPSON Under the capable leadershxp of Mr ArthurR Thompson the Wlslxlngton hu h sch mol hand and orchcstrah we made great progress since thexr OTUIUI ation ln September of19Z9 Mr Thompson s untrr mg efforts hls talent and DTEWIOUS exper lence are responslblc for a great part of thxs success He upholds and contlnually applies tht prlnclple of steadlly forging forward under the motto DIQCIDTIDC IS the bmsls of any sucr s Mr Thompson IS at IIL r ull hl student for hrs 1 m leldershln Student admlratlon became bourdless wnen he produced a band which honored Sioux Falls hl h school by partxcl, xtlng an the national contest leld lt Tulsa Qlclahoma la t May IP SW We one hundred five . , . -Tl L ' In H . C - x ' ' Z ' . i . ' . . .r L , L Y TK I, -T I I L., - A T L . K' x . l ' t , 4 1 ' ' . 2 1 , '. n . . I p L V I u . 'C ' ' L' ' Q s ' r C . r . T A 1 H v ,- , , r L 2 l Mr. ' . v . 1 t . . , Q , Q . 4 . , 4 7 ,Z ' t I z - W 1 U2 Za. . . . . Y. - 1 I ll . . x t L . 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Paohllxe his done xtrv xx ell this smson It lstonx posed ot hoxs chosen from the VWYIUUS glee tluh tl ISSES Thu group has mule sueml PUl'llL appexranets durlnxf the xeflr 'Ind rlxor to the ext hy 'and tuneful eonggm thlt mike up therr repertoire Thur txrst perlornnme xxas glxen xx hen they toolx pxrt ID thejoxnt eontert presented on Deeemher 11 hx the IH strumtntxl and xctxl vroups ot the I' rnuslc department Lxlte the orthe tm the Boy s C lee cluh xx IS toneeeded the right to tompett IU t e state mum tontut het ruse no ot er bl 155A glee tluw xx lb enterr agunxt them They toolx thlrd plane ln the SIIIL Lompetlng 1-'unst tht hvt tx lent nh at ot ler sthoola tould offer nut the hoxs haxe "iIVPL'lI'C4.l often before serx ne eluhb ot tne utx and oetore Qehool asiemlxllei xx here they xx erm xx ell ru elx ul T ex hue wlso Qunxf it thureh Qerxltex hrxn-unx' - rextex' cr drt upon tnemselxu 'Q "Wd f.. one hundred N11 : J 1 ' f . x ' ' , I 1 D f 1' vi x- - - ' N , , '- ' . 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'97 'Nu Wd D 3 , QQQQFQ BAND AND ORCHESTRA BAND 1n September, 1931 under the able dlrectron of Mr A R Thompson, the Vx ashlngton hlx h sehool band xx as re orgam ed and started on lts prep aratlon tor another term as suecesstul as that of former y ars At th at 'mae lbout hfty per eent of the group xx as cemposed of mea pernenced players Dnrmg the y ar sex eral publle ap pearanees were made at xx hlch the group xxas enthuslastleally recelxed by an ap p eclatrve audlence Last sprung the band brought honor to the school 1nd the clty by eompetlnv rn the n ltlon xl contest agalnst larger groups from all parts of the country, and the present band began Vklfh thls hlgh standard IH mlnd The organr anon ccnsrsts of srxtv mernbers, all of whom haxe natty dxrk blele umtorms trlmmedxx 1th orange,xxh1eh xx ere pald for out of the proceeds of of concerts presente4 from txme to time The band IS ste xdrly progressr g as 15 shoxxn by the lncreaslng eagerness ofthe students and the people of the c1ty to The first app arance of the season xx as made at the Colrseum on December 11 at a program sponsored by by the entlre muslc department They naxe appeared sex eral trmes srnce then, lnclud Ing a program glven at the COl1SCUIll on March 9 commemoratmg and honormg john Phrlnp Sousa Competlng IU the dlstrlct at Madzson the band eas ly xxon frrst place and, as the crowning event of the season, xxent to VCTH11lllOH to take part rn the state muslc contest There also thls group xx on frrst capturlngthe state champlonshlp for the thrrd conseeutnye ye tr Although no natronal contest was held thls year the band rs quallfled to compete IH 1933 at the Viforld s Farr rn Clncago A seat ln the Washlngtmnlx hx-vh school wane aas eome to be eox etee beeause If mexns that the holder has a hlextl t xe rm or l9lxllllLll pl xyer and tnlt merlt md hard xx orl xxlll brmg future honors 'Q wkif one hundred twelve ORCHESTRA The XX ashlnvton hlgh ehool or ehestra has increased ID ma-fnxfude and popularity C1Llf1I1U the y ar under the capable leadershlp of Mr A R Thom son It IS noxx a tull symphony orehestra o suety sex en pleces, rn xxhleb Mr Thompson has ereated ln enthusrasm to the 1"11Sll d xxorlc thatenaraeterl es hrs other groups The organ: anon has made but a fexx publlc appearances, but every per formance xx ts 'narleed by IDCTLINLC1 lenll and fllalill The frrst xx as the eone rt glven on December IH eonjunetlon xxrtx the other musleal groups ot the hl h school The alert response 1nd the smart appear ance of the orehe tra members brought lnstant approx al from the audlenee The ye lrly projeet of the group lb to HSSISI Ill the presentanon of the operetra UIVCH eaeh year by the hlgh school chorus Ly Vletor Herbert the students h rndled the drffrcult musrc vxlth tlUlS116C1 skrll of professlonals Vernon Alger and hrs daughter Vernola, vuest arnsts pl xyed the vrolm oblrgato Beeause no Class A orehestra xx as entered rn the d1str1ct meslc contest the XVHSDIDQIOD hr h sehool group xx as con ceded the rwht to enter the state contest xx here they xx on thrrd place, furmshxng some of he POIDIS that xx on the state muslc championship for SIOUX Pulls Although he orchestra IS 1 eom paratlx ely recent addltlon to the extra currleul lr aetlx lf es of the hugh sehool rt has reaeheel a l :gh standard ofexeellente ant is 1 gn up ct xx lnela VC rshxngton nga sc oo me tae peop e of Nxoux. c IU l e proue l . . 555 . 7 ' ' e 2 , , , . - ,, . 5 - ' I . - T T I I 1 I 1 lk T l y, . .1 A V - P- 4 1- -n . ' ' A ws 1 s .q I . N I . , . ,., et L Q l L I K l ' , ' 2 1 c - . . . , V ' 4 fl ' ' ' ' -I - . e ' 1 ' ' e 1 e . 1 . 1 .3 1 . - s f ' 3 V - - yn , 1 A - -v Q -,E . . r e ' . .. - c ,e ' , r 'z ' ' . . . ' .' ef 31 ' 1 1 ' f - 1 f 1 . ' 1. e - w 3 . I 1 ' 1 - v 5 1 s K . 1 'f ng- s' . . . 1 e I x L . . . . . 1 ' - ' - 1 "1 - V n L L s A :C " ' Tc . Q, Q . . .f . . .Q K ss K yi , 1 l A 4 I - 1 Y Tx LA , . r .jf 3 .1 . H. Q .y k 1 ' h - - . A . .. ,, 631' W5 Presentations' ln the selectlon ot thls year Sweethearts . f.. e f .e x N Y I Z x C 5 L V . , x A ' - V v L ' I7 ' . J ' , ' ' 1 yyf . , t -, . t T I J ' ' v y Y 1 v ' ' O ' 7 - 1 ' , n 4 A v I . A- . . D 1 v V A L . ' . ' , ' V L I 1 ' . . s . , ' . ' I l e e . 1. . ' Y n I- 4 1 C 1 L L L e. 1 . 1 4 , ,L 1 e 4 1 , ,' ' T ' I 1 1 . v . ' ' L . . 4 v va 1 -- ' . kk xl ' - K -,Ku K xi'-1 . -y is rs - . , '- I, e ' . . t 1 w 1 .. 1. ll.:- X " 'X-l ,, , , I, l1l.h. l: l l- f l- e ,' 1 . m mt :L K 1 lx 1 . . ' 1 .L ' 'al N - - v Y ' V1 l A x ' ful.. my nf. 5 "M-lf' Uv ln the solo events ofthe music con Qther former contestants who enter - on QQQQQQE I3 h Oc horn Thomas Rice Lixxerente Thompson Charles Reagin Q7sc1r Muller Din Smith Eiletn Xveiss M1rf'aretCiessey Marie Monserud Wllllani Rite Paul Reagan OUR CONTEoTfkNTS tests the representatives of Washington h1,.,h school have always ranked high This year sevtral former winners and others for whom this is the first year of comp tation were entered Tht se eriterecl this year who hold envi ihle records from former competition include PxulRe1gan tw ho won first place in hoth the district 'ind state contests urth the oboe, Marie Monserud, who Oscar Muller who won first in the dis tritt and state with tht flute, 'ind Donald ed this year are Charles Reagan, who played the mellophone Lawerence Thompson with the baritone, Eileen Weiss, with the violin Those for whom this is the first year of competition -nclude Margaret Cressey piano, Robert Oghorn viola Thomas Rice who placed first in the district with the cello Wllllim Rice i ho won fi st in the district with the French horn Mclvlillan, soprano, Stan Strong hiss Luella boss alto and Harold Hanson Smith who pliyed the saxophone W ho xx 'IS the only one to plice wir ning first in the district and state contests in the tenor dna sion bt in brrow Q, Ro al e Mclvlillan Luellab s Harold Hanson agp..- gs . ,ik one hundred thzrteen .1 ,1 , . " 2 ' ' . , l 1 1-5 i W V I I ' i v ' rw A V v I 1 T i p ' 1 ' fx . . Arr L ' I C , t. . ' f ' ' 1 ': . , 1 'Q 1 s ' ' ' . V y ' C: A K I ' 1 1 2 V Y . 1 . ' A I V . 1 Q f , , l V. ' C ' U . Y. - n won first in the district with the hassoong The vocal contestants were: Rosalee Q . , ' - . ' 1 , . S1 T L N -1, 's' -: ' ' , ' 'veg ' sf--5-..., L .flag ff'j.7l7:w ' Q QQQ one Izumi ed f0llI'LQQIZ if-'v "M-.4 .WQPXP ga? . .,,,, Q 6' one hundred flheen sv-1:...,,, 6 A W , 5.1. il f 533 ' 553-Ll H WNBA! 1. SWEETHEARTS The 1032 operetta marleed a nexx hr h lex el for Washrngton hr fh school musrcal pro ductron S xeethearts, by Vretor Herbert, xx as presented before a eaprerty house rt the colrseum on Aprrl 1 It gaxe opportunrty rs no prexrous operetta haer, for the leads and ehoruses to drsplay therr abrlrty rs actors and srngers A cast of 16 outstandlng puprls from the chorus elasses carrred the speech and solo parts Rosalee Mclvlrllan played the prrt of bylxrr, the lovely prrncess, xx ho had been stolen xx hen a baby by an ambrtrous polrtrer rn N4 leel Mrleelovr , ably portrax ed by Max Rrcr mond, and leftrn a tulrp garden of Dame Paula, the lee per of theXVhrteGeese laundry rn Bruges r.eola lrpe alrd superror amateur xx orle as Dame Paula foster mother to Sylxra, and natural mother to srx pretty daughters fondly called Uoslrngs parts that xx ere taken by euellr Goss, Beulah Brrtton, Helen Moen, Betty Boll Betty Daxrs and Madelrne O Conn ar The actron ol the operetta opens 71 years after the krbnaprng eprsode Romance had en tered the lrfe ofthe unlenown prrneess through the person of Lreutenant Karl, the typrcal mrlrtary flrrt Franle Rollrngers xx ayerrnv be txx een the sxx eetness ol qyrvra and the fascrna tron of Lrane a mrllrner rn a U1 rvhborrng shop proxrded the eonflret xx hren rnterrupted the smooth movement f the plot N erlyn Bradley as Lrane had a trrple part to plry Vlfhrle hrdrng rn the lrundry under the gurse of berng one of the goslrngs she rs mrs t rlxen by the returned 'vlrleel as the adopted daughter, Sylxra, and rs taleen to the court of the prrnce to elarm the throne for herself Verlyn played erch part wrth a mee appre crrtron for the rnslrxrdualrty of the ehar eter to be portr .yed Vrrrery rn emertronal appeal made the operettr prrtreularly rttractrxe The sentr mental xx rs le pt rn perfeet brlrnee by th moelc serrous rnd comre elements A hugh moment rn the emotronrl rppe rl c .me xx hen lie herorne drs .ppornted rt the tuthlessness ot Lreutenrnt lx rrl, rs found at dusle lxneelrnv outsrde the errrretlrundrx porrrrnv out her -frret Th Prrnee dr rxxn there rn hrs desrre to Het a H rmpse ot hrs rde rl drseox ered ly hrm rs e trax eled rncognrto throufrh hrs land, Jorns her and therrxorees blend rn the lox ely duet An gelus Harord Hanson made rperteet prrnee Hrs loxe m rlerngthrouvh the medrum ol sxxeet tenfxr solos xxon hrs rudrence as xxell rs the eharmrng Svlxrr Charaeter parts xxere rrleen by Paul Preus xx hose rmp rsonatron of the Honorable Per y Algernon Brngsby, an 1:1 glrshman, rnrde one ot the brgeest hrts Cf the shoxx Strn btrong, as the heavy xvrtted Dutehmrn, lenoxx n rsV1n Tromp had rn oppertunrty for elex er eomedy and teamed xxrth them as the olatrle Freneh mln A rstrde Qrnrehe Laxx renee Ketner ad ded just the rrght toueh to malee therr rnternr tronal group srtrsfaetory Mrnor but colorful parts xxere taleen l y G fford Lhrrstranson a, Crptarn Laurent and by Tharne Van Ausdall and ohn Frscel the hrst and second footman A solo sung by Ve-rlyn Bradley about a grrl who xxore wooden shoes pleased prrtre ulary xx hen she xx as jorned rn the r larn by St rn Strong, Laxx erenee Ketner and I rul rrerrs, xx ho drd a clog drrce as they sanv Dame Pauli 5 attempt to prrtrerprte rn a d rnce xxrth her srx druvhters proxrded a nree strolxe ol humor Mare Rrehmond s part ot the b rttered xeteran grxe a ne rr rpproreh to pro essrenrl aetrng The composer proxrded an ample musre e rst dex eloped It rneluded a lrrge ehorrrs rnd an aeeomprnrng oreh trr In Aet 1 the ehor us of 80 persons rpperred rs Belgrum pe rs ants and soldrers ol the Hurrd The seeond Act fe und them rrrryed rn the srtrns and xel vets of court dress The hrrmonres they mrde possrble and the pretures they prod reed Xa ere rn unmrst rleable eontrrbutron to the produe Iron T e operettr ore hestrr xx as eonrposee o a seleeteel group from the hr-fh sehoel or rrnr rtron Txx o prrr os xx ere usee rrgrnrr ruer, regu rr a tornarnrst r t e 1 rorr ses x s rr 1 L eo ljrrshne rt the seeond x eetherrts tes 1 oxxn rn hwr sen rstory as tae srxth rnd -rxr est opere tr er Teeted ly hlr Boa lee EJ 5 'sei one hundred sz zteen 5 .. 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Sree, 5'., 7 'Aww' ru .- Q Q QQQ OU1 OF THE NIGHT Out of the N1 hr hy Os '11' Wfllde ont ol the hut 1m1ttur pl1xQ thwt hm lxtn glx en to 11 SIOUX f1lls IUJILDCE xx 15 prtstnt d on tht txtnlng of Dtcemhtr 20 1t th 11txx LOllSLLlfD Ir xx md SflDLIly lxftdlf to the dlrtttor Mr D1ll111 gt 1111 to t1tl1 111tn1l1tr ot 1111 t wt 11 1y xx11 1 mxste dr111 oundmg 111 surpnsu Vnh 1111111111111 turntd upon x IYIOLIQ 1111111l11rQot t1e 1 1st 111d tl 1 1tt1x 1ty ot l1ootlu'vtrs untox trtd the plot xx 11 untoldtd 111 t wrt 111 1 111,11 lm mntr Tht stent xx 15 l11t 111 1 rt111ottl1u11t111 lod,.1e111 the 1111111eXX oods ln the x ell thoxen LFISI there xxaQ no oxtrpl1x of tht pwr 1 H1rold H1nson s lLl1llWLkl Bllxens '1 Qmqll toxxn Lon st1l1le protmxed the tomedy Ind He pl ned hu put xx tll 1nd turnlshed rehet from rl111nrtn1e extxttnxtnt 1ndsuipe111e Boh Du11l11111 popul1rd111. toformer sue uessts tool1 the role ol Tom Hollfmd the tmle md 1n1 rot 15 1rr1Q, IS K1tl1erxn 51111th xx 11 the 1n0enL e lt 1d Around thebe txx o th rom 1nt1t lDECfCSt xtrttrcd Bot xx ere tonx1nt111f1 111 t 1111 5 TTI 1nt Arx e1o11 xx IN Dr N1r 1l1 XX 1lILfS '1 9-.. self Suflitltnt xx Oman dottor, xx l1o xx 1s son1ewh11ttonten1ptuousof1111n 1f1dtht1r 3L'IODb She pl1ytd her p'11t xxell 'md mldt If rlng trut Fr1nl1 Roll1ngtr,'1bZtln1 the HlllLlLl sc x 1111 pl1vtd1 Lllllltlllf oe 111 1 1 1 xmtmg 111 mntr M111 Rlthmond uptiln lxlor11l111 1 11rd l1o1ltd 1t1t po1t1n11r1, stuntd 111 1dt for t WL p1rt 1nd Tl111'1t X 111 Ausd1ll t1l11rg, tht r1lt 1 Frtdtr1tl1 Axtrs t 1 thltt of 1111 dt tect1ve hun IU 1llSLLl hls p1rt xx1th nun undtr1t111d1nU 1111 Boxlt Il1CxULlI1UlWOQf ltgger xx ho xx 11 thec 1uxe of 111uth ot ITL The p1rt of Rohert H 1rtxx ell Chg nth uncle of Tom Holland 1nd oxx ner of tht huntmg lodve xx is Qhort l1ut xx ell 111xetl hy Rlthard Bat Shnlex POlllL tf1l1 mv the role of len1t1 Lenorc '1 Stlhxh cold heirted gold dwgcr, ton1h1ned H11 p1ncy ind smttntx IH ex1tt propomon for the p'1rt The sgentr for rht p11x xx 11 ton btructed ind p111nttdl1x the 1111nu1ltr1 n mg ind art dep1ttn11.nt5 Mus11l1dore the pl1x 'md hetxx een the lgfa xx IS l'Ll1'l1lNl1LJ the 1111tru111er1tal dep1rt111enr of the oo age w'1-.if one llumlred seuerzleen 'T' H 1 'U " ' , -' 1 V . - 1 11 I, 111 , 1 11 1 l 1 1 1 1 M 1 1' ' ' 1 1. 1' 11 " 1 ' '11 '1 '1 , '11 '. 1 1 1' 1 1: 1 C 1 1 11 ' l 1 1 V 1 ' ' 1' 1'1 , s. 1 "dv, 'r'1 , 111 rl1'1'o1- 1 l 11 ' 1 1 ' 1 " 1' 1 1. 1.' 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Q" 1' 1 1-.1 . 1'1 1' 1" 1 h '1 ' " " -' l 1' 1 rr. 1 ' ' 1 1 1 li 1 ' Q '1g . f1 1 "1 1 1 sch 11. gjffi , -.., , .,,1,,, g 3655 e Q32 E ADI Tne Washrngton brcen tennral was commemorated by students of Washlngton hrgh school rn a speclal patrrotrc as sembly held at thc State the tre on February 22 A xarxed and rmpresswe program plan ned by MISS Llllle Kunkle xx as grven The feature was a one act play A Dlsh of Chma Tea ln a very loyal Tory home IH Boston a patr1ot1c maiden sen es General Washrngton as a py lt IS on thls perilous sltuat on that the lnterest ot the play rests Nathelle Gllbert stlrred her audrence to a new sense of patrrotrsm by her nice p o r t r a y a l of the part Cleo Bushnell played the part a confldent who shared her dangerous secrets A plcturesque group of cc onlal dames who call for the frrst allsh ofL,h1na tea SH DF CHINA TEA ID the seven years duration of the rexolu tlonary war was con posed f llettya oung Dorothy Harris Dorothy Leubecker and Margaret Grundy The la t was d me vxlth a clever appreclatlon for the the humor the cast ID this pleaslng realxstlc plcturc of th past SPECIALTIES PRESENTED WITH SHAN1 'ivaa W I Sp 'Sud 'M as one lzurzdred elqhtecn A , r g 4 so our , . . . 'C - . ,Y S i . . . . i . V L . E V U . " I ' Y N lx X 7 4, . L , 1 U , ,s ' ' v ' , ' 4 ' ' 1 Q v- of her mother and Helen Miller the part of of the part. Miss Margaret Seals directed . , . A . u L .. ifffs' E ' 1 HS HOW XlxD XX OOD ATHI ETIC DIIJLTOR COALH HOW ARD NV OOD Vllrtla thls man rests the hopes and fears of our erxdrron performers our cagers and our traek speedsters After twenty four years as coach of athletes he has mxde a reeorcl xxlaxch has placed Washington hx h sehool athletes amonv the leaders ln the hr la sehoc ls of the northxx est He hr rlso won for himself thc distinction of the foremost foothall mentor of the state Asst Coaches Beele and Stephens futhfully adherent to the prmelpl s of that ele-an of hr lm sehool eoaehes Hou ard Woeael h ne been able helpers rn the letle eompetrtlon Bl L le W OOD bTH'Hl Nb gm w nw one hundred twenty one ... -- - - D .. .. g g Q .. gg, l N , l . l . 1 y . . , , , . ., . . r Z 'Q ' . 1 L ' 'U - . 1 ' I5 ' F! ' ' 1 'u " x - - . ,,. , . ' . is 2 Q ' '- n 1 -, 1 V x , . . 'g 'a ' 1' v, 'f K , L ' X LL A x ' ' 2 ' program that has larought success in ath- X p l lr . l l 'r I aff Winer: 322 523 AAA 5 333193 .. .. - vm' fIl1lIdf0Il' 111 01111, tu 0 Vfell fellows one ot the l1ps ln the relax ofllfe has been Completed The lnton has heen pqsfecl glean The three rem IIDIIHQ laps ure ut tu lx r1n bum the ruleb you hwxe olwerxul mel th r nee w1ll he 1 glorwub x ILIOTQ ou are 1lrcady m are that there lb 5o111erh1ng p YSRI 11nprnm1on H ll mll L IX tram 115 IH heady blltlll SPITII neu' Th hir part ot the rape lb aheml of you lute dovsn incl no nv 14' A A - ' 555 4 : I l l I I Y vi, 1 'A ' I 1 4 .1 A ' . ' ' X 1' ' - 3 1 ' 1 . Oh- c : 1' " ' 1 ' ' f. Y ik Y L V1 l X 5 I ' ' X I more to thenold dug out" than the mere h g"zl ' . 'O " h-1 way . d ' ' ' " ' 1. ' -1 I A Y L In n fn' 'ffffrw .,,.LY, ... 335 362 ,wi AWMH LAPT-XIV NELSONJ bmw PCOTBKLL gwfrg om hzmdrul twenty three v N r ,.F..1-Q-,:-,.1,,, --fvrrff-,-f-L,1:-.4.-:Lz:::v.:-,.-Y-..-1..:z.1.a:.1:.1.i 55 - 5 rg? -W' .1 An K. , A 'W . ,Vik . N f' M4 Y ., ,, , .- ,f , J' ' ,iv Q, ' I ', K fn 1 ,, .A - ,,,v... 1 ' -,br ,, x . . 'Q . '. H , , M . ,.-, iiftnigvv - I I L - ee K9 Q MHYVIU Hclfert H'1lf back Fargo O, SIOUX F1115 1 Erwm lx erson uarter I aek 1005 Durrel Hwxxkey Canter Lx,f'ox Qunl r nn Cuxrl one hundred twenty four E I "W-dl Lfgf- V... ' 1 ' , . - ' - V ,Q -w W ' 2 K T ,Z , Al 5 - V I 'fi ' 5 x ' ' X V Wh 1 5 Q , f 'P e . , W ,, . 1 -xy, nC5,'1k X wg. 6511? irflfgejf Wk'-fvr ln. QQQGHQE Louis NX'ard, Tackle Robert VUOUJ, Quarter-Back Aberdeen 6 WWTFIOYS 6 Robert Hall Gua d A r l:n le Fnl aagil' YI ,J4 l one hunrlred tu cnfp 1904 . , c : I , L' r g , . . K .ve- Z'1,5-F' . 0 A lx 1" P' tlznzf 11 ' 1 QQQQHQH- - -f 2-1 -. . - -1 E- XVaIzer Rice End Rox' Kemfield, Tackle Brookmgs 7, W1rr1orQ A Lt ns Pnl Hllf J MSA v"..,,,4k one hundred twenty szx . ' ' ' 12 c . I , 5 ' . 5 -,uv 2 V . . .. . 1 uw: V ', tilmick Elxlcn. 4 -Bull .gfksr , ,affglv R KZ:-50 " . I. . sl . ., '. z' X t v 5 P John fiscal, Quarter-BaLl', Vernon Doerinv, End 'vhulull JZ XXIEIIYIOTS 17 70" QQ QQ E Lnute fnhrbon Fuard An' lcmnn H If B k f Q-'N-1:11 nm lzzmdfed tu 1 nty seven . A , . , , . . 1 , . z., . aff I , ',g,,R,. wr . M, l ' -,.--,J .t. a'-vc' 4 9 5 xi VY W... -... V fgzglf - - - V ' ' glifff - ' 13357: . . ' - 'f u' 3326255 e- -it Marvin Brown, End Max Richmond, Half-Back Sloux Clty Centr1l 0 XlV'1rr1orQ 8 MnlxeQtr1lmon lull B1 L Donall Mclxer Hxlt BJ L r Camp c n Cum s SV im one hundred tu enly eight . . . 4 9 . 1 K . .7 -.c' K ', :A-'c' lc-tc- ww, :.:.l Sf!- . if-ir-:W An . . QQQQQQQ it R 22: E.-alia' . 1' fx . I . SUMM xRY OF SEASON With the fine reputation of the Warriors of 1930 to uphold the XX'1sh xnvton hu h school footbill team of 1931 ficed a gruellin 1 season of eleven games fne of which were lf Eastern South D1 kota Conference and three eut of the st ite XV1th nlneletter men as 1 nueleous Coach Hou ard Wood assisted bv L, Beck constructed a squacl of 33 some who had never pl iyed the 'ind others with only evcperi nce freshmen footbill Starting a vt eic before school began the squad labored industrlously in the hot September sun to bring thetrselxes men game from the season with Rock Rapids September A green but smooth runninv W arrior eleven routed the Lions and sent them home with th ir tails drav ing Helfert and Strahon pros ed their ability in the backfield and Hall and H11 lee stood out 1n the lir-e The score 33 O show ed t e Wfir tors superiority September 26 brought the Flandreau high school Pliers to S1 ux Falls Tail spins were in sfvle xx hen the Fliers m xed with the Warriors who swamped them 40 to 12 Mclver Brown and Helfert played xx ell for Sioufc Falls Oct Z Orange Letter Day brought the Midgets of cargo to do battle with the Warriors After the parade and the school session at the collseum a large homecoming crowd filled the stands for the game The Warriors were eager to mix and gate the Mldg ts a lively fight Char bonneau proved a tricky back and kept Heltert and Mike Strahon smashed over the two tallles with one field goal to make the s ore 130 for the Warriors Salem Warrior chieftm was out of the game because of injuries but was ably re placed by Roy Kenttleld The following Friday found the Warriors on the nesting ground of the Aberdeen Eagles The game with Aber yi-F, 5 ,sg one hundred twenty nme Z' I ' . 2: - ' . 3' .. All L . '- ' ' , . s ' v 1 s ' y ' I ,, ,, . . - . 2 ' Q s . ' ' . V H . , . ' ' ' ' ie' 9- - . ' , ' ' A 'T T I 1 . 4 K 4 , , LR j 1 1 , , e. A . . L , ' . ck 1 . P r 2 ' . t' ' e ' 1 . " . 'e S f ' ' ' L . r . 1 I - . .,, , e ,, e ,, . . ' ' f e . - . Y I V . into condition lor the opening game of the Warrior forwards guessing. "Marv" K yt I '1 S- u . r I 19. ' ' ' . , . Q . E K. ' . . . I . 1 a 1 , , I ' A e 'f N gg . - , ' - fs 1 - . L .gi . . . . J , - , ' h , z r' ' ' '. ' . f . ' - g :',77m.f E QQHQ deen as alw ays an anterestang one as the Eagles and the Vifarraors are alw axs ranked hagh ar' the Conference The scor ang dad not begm untll the second h alt the Yxfarrto s Uettlng thelr touchdown durlng the thlrd quarter to shoxe ox er a counter and tae the score Both teams played more on the defensaye th an the offensave The Elandreau lndaan School jour neyed to Saoux Falls Oct 16 seekang the Warraor sscalps but were repelled by a heaxaer and stronger team The Orange clad men scored at wall famshang the game wath 21 poants to the O for the Indaans Playmg East 1-llgh at SIOUX Caty Qct 23 under flood llghts was a new exper lence for the Warraors The team w as not an lf top form and East Hagh g gregataon took full advantage of thas to ax enve thear defeat at the hands of the the local team functaoned perfectly wath Engle and Mclx er reeenln Helfert s throws but was of no avaal and the War raors left the field at the end of a 6 to O score A gratty Brookangs team gaxe the Oran e elad WHIYIOYS a tough battle Saturday Get 31 t but was defeated 13 t 1 Kabrud of Brookmgs gave the Woodmen plenty of trouble whale Salem Brown Hall, and Vffood played good games for Saoux Falls Although the seore of 25 to O sounds lake a runaway for the Warraors the VCfmllllOD game was a tough battle to the fanal w hlstle l-Iawkey and Mclx er starred for the loeal club Ax on playing a ban' up game at center and Nlelx er scoranv ha h bv slants oft tackle On Armastaee day tue Warraors played Mttchell on the lxernel home fte-ld The weather was mlserable and hanctered the players greatlx lN1lICl161 1n tercepteo many W arraor passes com ettar g some anto touchdowns to build up thetr end of the 32 12 s ore The Warr ors la ad the br ales ag mst them but pl aged fine footb ll H ankton 'a rn al of NX JTTIUYS on the basketball court and the the cander tr mek was played for the flrst ttme an many years on the Vffarraor rldlron Ra n made the fleld a mass of mud and the game was a deelded dasappolntment All of the Warraors sllpped and slld equally well and at the end of the g me the score w as 7 to both teams scor ng safetaes on blocked kacks Not ember 26 brought Thanksglvlnv and Old Warrlor Day wath astrong ponent A heaxy snow fall promtsed to handaeap the speetators The Old Warrlears turned out an body to see the twenty thtrd Weaod coached machlne go Into aeflon and their beliefs an the l.1ttle beneral w ere nota bat shaken The team responded perfectly to the plays ealled by Bob Wood w hose head w as cool as the Not ember wlnd Captaln Salem Engle w ho scored all of the elght points for the W ar rlors Hall bunderson 1-law key bampson Brown Melx er Strahon l-lelfert Ward and Race played a game that wall long he remembered hy Iac old Warratars The season closed a suecessful ch apter an the football annals of VC aslaangton 1 s hool has leen eomt etee ajfv one hundred thzrtp gn -I T-' I- W 4' 'gm ' ' ar' """""'-"-"7 'r , 1 ,, g A -. . . - 1 1 . - 1 1 . 1 , I I I - 7 lx A . ' V ' 5 ' . 1 , . 1 . I D . . v . 1 V . 11. 4 ' - , 1 ,1 , fi - 1, ' I, ' V 4 I ' V A xl ' . , , 1- , 1 a 1 ' x L. 1 r -,Y , 1 D i 1 rx . C e ,rl 1 - 1 1 ' ' - a . ' , ' y .s 7 ' 1 ,71 ' - , . , ' 1 ,1 1 . 1 ' V ' 1 4 , ' ' I 1 e ' L 1 c 1' . 1 7 1 ' ' ' 1 ' , ' T 1 5 1 g . 1: . . . I 1 , . . . 5 . ' , . 1 . s 1 11 , 1. ' . R lc - af, ' I ' ' s ' ' a - ' ' . Y L L e P, , ' . H ' U 1' . - , I., 1 1 1930 XXIKTIIOFS. The passing attack of Sioux Cary Central team as a flttlng op- L A I 2 V. ' 2 gi 7 V,-I I 'J , ' ' Y- ' . ,1 , . 5 . an - - yy . V K 1 5 4 ' A ' . - .s 1 , ' o , , T- C . . ,E 1 . .X . A 11 . a A ,, ya Q V' ' I - ga - ' . 1 . ee , ' . 5 , ' ' 1 ' ' "' ' , 1 1 1 - r, o . , , 1, . ' ' Q ' . - .s 1 , V. . 4 , ' , ' 1 ' . 1 ' . . . V N 1 1 - v v 1 1 4 1 1 1 - 1 I Y 9 ' , L , , 1 K 1 . ' ' , 7. - ' . 2 - ' . ' 1 1 z 1 1 . 11 1 'g 1 2' A 1 . "1 hgh.e 1. aaa ' al-al. ,. ,, Hall! Q-,I 5 ee 1,,m. QQ QQQQ one hundred thirty one C APTAIN DONALD MQIN ER BAQRETBAII 546 wp Bottom tt w Olson Doering,Qapt Mclver burderson Helfert Stconti rom Wilscxn Moon Baerenvx ill H tland Lutgens Thoums Wocicl Third ron Hiwlcex Mclfax E klund L ith Xvooi XX ard Hiclx All uire The 1931 uii193Z hfisleethill sewsor xx is opened it Wishinvtcin hwh school ference ind tour practice games tie most difficult 'irray ever attempted by the xx irriors Fixc letter men sind tour -rmct -quic memhefs nsi es tum tc im xx is huilt this xe ir 'l-hey formed 1 strong and fast aggregition with gregit nromiscs for the future. Ciptiined ly Whitie Mclv-r a veteran ol several Q veirs experif nce onthe VC' 'irrior quintets . the team xv is 'iccredited 'is one of the hest halanced scoring units in the conference. ln'idequ'ite gymnasium hici ities lrimpered the training o ' the squad and 't t ie Wevinninv of the seison tie' show ed eviden :es of heing slivhtlv rngvgeti. wei er, in in the .tirt they give in i- c itiuns tii -i wot offensive sciugid and v tie time 'ictive coinpetitiin wis entere the hid snown 'i marked improvennnt in their r'ither 'vezik defense, Startins' the season with 'i him' the i teini stwged two conference uinies with i erinillion 'inc "1n'tc,n, .wt-th provinf s' jto 7 'in H to v res ec' me iornas Fwtug 'r' K 'on,ft. .MI ' '-wr "LN one hundred thirty tu 0 ' AA ... n c in . - fs- E at 4 . '.':. 1-- -. 'ai 2 ay i , 4, . tl J' L i i.',l 'felt MB" 'A with ii tenmitive schedule of twelve con- talent, was the nucleus on which the ' 2 " " 1 ., l fi 'z. ' J "1 . ' 1 Q - 1 . ii -.illi it ,, 5 li V N L - 'L , 4 . . t ie . . ' l 4 K I .i l l , ,, . l 3 N Ho S . ' - ' Cl 1 l t :lx l lx l . . . d, f L L K FJ N . , , V . l H 1 lx I .1 etiyg til-olj 'L d L p lTl , c ard Xi gil Wls iiiiri Ar- f -L 5 J ,'4. If 4 lxsq AAD DCA -. .. - Q QQHQ Gene Herland Forwxrd tux ely Thelr first re l eompetltlon xx as met xxlth a hard earned xretory oxer the Madison Bulldogs The game al though spotted xx nth fr quent fouls, was fast both teams shoxx mg brrlllant teamxx orlc and basket shoot1nJ The War not s lead of three points attested the closeness xxrth xx hah the teams xx ere m rtehed OP january 15th XX atertoxxn neat fell befo e the on slaught of the mighty XVQYYIOTS Particular interest xx as tale en ID thls game as rt xx as the f rst tlme for sex eral years th If the txxo schools h d met on the la xsleet la ull flc 4 r W H S met txxo brouw C,1ty terms early ln the se rson suffermv defer by East Hrgh by one pomt and taking Cen tral into e nntp by g'1lHlH4 a 35 13 XILIOFV Later agun the lrtter te rm xx as met md sex erely t ouneed 31 to I6 'vlltehell s threat against the Warrlcmr s ratrng ln the Eastern South Dakot. conference fuled to m rturf as Clptun Melver e smnxtry escoree9e The only resemlal mee to 11 close game came ln the last txxo minutes of play xxhen the Kernels rlllled and launched a new attack resultlnvln a sex cn point gun It xvrs the sex en ch vletory ln nine eonference engagments and Mitchell s third defeat of the seaaon xx hen they agam fell before the Indian cagers Four days llter with equal ease md glxlng a xonderful exhlhlt on of basketball the W arrlors after a sudden r ally 1n the latter h :lf of the game defeated the Watert fxxn Arroxxe Ijuflfll' the flrst hrlfof the game poor rn lrksmanshlpeaused t h e usual Wlrrlcsr seormv ma chme to lu but an the last txxo quarters tney llterally sxx rmped the hoop xx 1th baskets Leroy Sunderson Guard Xvlth 11 series of netornes behind them and what loole XX oodroxx Vu llson Forxx ard eel llke mother glorious xletory at hand, turned lnto an lngloraous defeat at the hmds of the MldlSOH Bulldogs Taking ln e lrly lead rn the glme and playing xxlth all fl1t'lI' former slerll the VC arrlors see-med to be outdoae as Madison sllpped rn sex eral unguarded baskets The XVUTTIOTS fuled to eope xxlth the sudden spurt and were laelxlng rn points as the flnal gun sounded How ex er thts defeat dld not lmpur the conferente ranking of the Qroux Falls team Bro lungs came next und the Bobe its xx ere out for xen gence for thelr defeat at the hands ot the Warrtors earller an the season Fnlmg to hold a one polnt lead rn th fmal mlautes :QW '+-...v one hundred thzrly tl Jee , I V E . l l . . 1. ....-..l v'a v 2 ' - r' rv - A 1 e . . , 1 1 1 1 1 D, . , . . .1 1- . -1 1 1 v '- x v 1 a 5 , . 1 '1 ' ' r - . 1 ' ' ' ' M. 1 , ., 1 1 1 1 1 I U' . 7 x ' I 'x,x - 1 1 a ' ' 11' ' ' - 11 tx. l i Y in N' xl ax' ' x sf - . x M, 1 .Y X . . I ,., 11 1 - 1 '1 ' , 1 ,g 1 - " . 1 a 1 ' 1 ' '1 '1 1 ' l r ' , e . . 1 A A L L K . , 1 .,' , , , ,' A , - 1 1 - 1 1 . . - led hr1 e tc v1 or by th' . e uf 2 tn lr. ' ' ,Q " 1 1 'X 1 1 " 1 1 ' X 1 1 R 1 , G C , 2 . is . .1 , , . . , . , . x 111 v A ' 1 ' , I en f - 1 1 h 1 ' 4 l v. lr ' L C V A 1 le X K I N Al ' , ' 'g , V. ' 1 , . ' , . 1. 1 , 1 1 1 , . 1 1 - , 1 , . 1 1 1 xx ,., 1 e 1. A 1 1 y e 1 - ' 1- ' - , 1 1 ,, 1 1 .,1 kgv ' Y 1- .l. 1 ' ' ' 1, 1 xy 1 1 1 . L .1 ,' L 1, ' ' K ' 1 s . rl' 'x I 3 1 v f 4. L ' j 1 ' 1 ' 1' 1 1 ' 1 1, 1 -1 1 'z 1 ' ,l , l Q ' , . 1 ' 1 1 . 1 ' A V' ' ' Y 1 1 fr' l ' 1 , Y V , X A . . I. 1 . 1 1 Q L., Y 5 I X Q 'ew g' 'z 11 fl 1 ' '- - 1 8 , I 1 k 1 L - - L n , V Q . '- 1 ' e . nU""v-rv ,MH-PW es .. 1 1 1 . fi Q4--iff. e 'MAS' 322 111 Q of pl1y the Sloux WHTTIOIS xxtrt outstortd hx the Bron lt rngs Bobcfats 33 to 30 ID tht 1'd5fL.9I,L1"ll11L ot the season th If tht lotxls hid entounttred In thls g1mt Cxptnn Mtlxtr 'and hrs hoys started 21 ttmpo ot pl 1x1n-1 that l1ter txplfled thtm Qt tht x arxous toutn xmtnts Broolt ng s l'CCJl1lflOl'1 came xxlth extremelx strongd ftnst 'mtl some masterful shootlng Stemxed up to one of tht most sutttssful yexrs txtr xxrtntsstd hy WllI1Dgfk3D lxxtlx tht 1931 37 outloo,t xx1s most lxrlght Wlth rhtst prospttts ID xxtw tht 111111 enttrtd Q Sxoux Falls xxas host to the echools competlng for the chsnxp wlllsllloon Fomanl 1OUSl1lp of dlstrltt 18 on 1-tlx Z6 'md 27 The xxlnner of tlxls dlstrlct xx 15 to tonxpttt fwunst the xxlnntr of dlstrltt 19 ll tht 110101111 ll 1v'llt11SOD Al though thert xx is xtry much r1x 11ry betxxetn tht sm 111 r schools, the seml finalists nd the hnalxsts prox ed t xsy foes for the local t '1m Mirlted tor 6llIH1I'lHf1CI1 ID tht flrst round because of dravxmg Sxoux Falls the G1rrttson lxlgh hasltethal1team, ,Qpvt little worry to the Warrxors After 1 hlunotrlng st'1rt xxltlx three rtstrxts 10 tlxt llneup L 1pt11n Mclxtr xx IS hlt to stt1dy tht ttxm 111 1 xxtll tmxtd Yllx txxlnv t err oppontrxts l'T"lllII1f.I If tlxt 111113 to IO T t tlxt dlstrltt tournty xxrtlx muth conhdtntt DISTRICNT TOURNAMENT R vlhrx X Q1 11r one lzundrwi zhzrty four tlxt W 1rr1ors met t'1t H lf!'1bl3L11' 1 N ernon Uoerln bxnrd tt'1m ID xx hxth prox ed to he un lnterestlng xxlth 1 one sldtd scott of 30 to 11 1-Ixrrlsburg dlsplxyed t t ' su1l small txxvr1 x 1lor throughout the gxnxt V 1llty Sprnnvs xx tht through tlxt Ntlhl hn 1ls suttesstullx lWLlI1f1, f1n11llx m1tthtd 1g1lnst tht SIOUX 1-1ll tt1nx ID tht clxxmplonshlp Hxnxe Altlxot gh tlxt W1rr1t1rsh1d 1dtt1dtl lL'1L1fl"YOl1gDOL17'Il16 gllilt If provtd 1 good txhrhltlon of 111s ltttlxsll 1nd lnterestlng for tht spt txtors REGIONAL TOLN KA AENT SIOUX F1lls hlglx q11111t1td for tht sl 1tt tournxmtnt lox stornxv 1 s ns1t1on1 xlttoxx ox tr txt IL INUU 11 t ogs ID IL fll11ls tt fl tt- lon 1 nxttt x txtlr xlttotx tht lf tlors stott tht 1. ost lnxport mt tllmlr mon of tht st 1ttxx nt t prt 1m1vx1rx pl1x ss lN1lL1l on xx IN tonsldtrtd tlxt t LUSIH1 1n1'squ1t xx t e st1tt1, xtmg txt t x xmplons of 1 xt E1 ttrn to ,gk V C 55 1 1 1 1 1- ----A Nfl- f-f-Y-1-rn . 1, 1 ., 1, - , . , A A ,T H A 2 ' A' L ' vu 1 L- 1 , A s 1. l 1- 1 l ' -' ' '. 4 ' " I , 2 I 2 Y I 0' 1 ' 't ' I - 1 1 ' . 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' 11,1 1 ' , , .' .-. -- ' 1 Q, .L 1 51 bj hx -1 ', , 1 1 . f' -1" ' ' '1b'1"v1: 1' - -l' 1 '. 1 - " 1': ' '. zgity. 111: " " ' ' QQEQQQQE -1 Le Roy Sunderson Forw ard and Guard Sundy rs a xeteran of three years competrtron makrng a berth for hrmself on the team last year He frlled posrtrons of guard and forward durrng thrs season and at both exhrbrted equal skrll and thus made hrmself one of the 'nost de pendable men on the team LeRoy s best work came rn hrs masterful feedrnv Vernon Doerrng Guard Thrs was Doerrng s second year on the team, he was one of the schools best athletes From all appearances he had met hrs callrng, berng actrve rn the team throuchout the entrre season H developed rnto a much teared man rn both offensrve and defensrve basketball X ernon seemed to have a happy r xculty of slrpprng rn a much ner ded brsleet just at the rrght moment Reed Thomas Forw rrd Reed eame from the west coast where he has been actrve on the court rn the past Although thrs was hrs frrst year here, he reserved a berth on the frrst strrng, whreh he fully earned He future lres rn hrs shootrng abrlrty as well as rn hrs smoothness rn playrng Reed wrll prove to be one of the marn stays of the next squad one you may bank on next year Marvrn Helfert Center Gus rs a two letter man, w ho has shown hrs abrlrtv as a basketball pl ryer durrng the past two years Durrng the en trre season he has shown marked rbrlrty rs a b rll handler as well rs an exeeptronrl rnrrlesmrnshrp ma ter Guss trghtrne sprrrt has been exrdent throughout the year, ID some respects a barometer for the squad, a plausaLle rsset to any team The xaeancy eaused by hrs graduatron wrll be greatly felt and a hard one to trll next yerr Marxrn w rs lrsted on the s e ond team rn the all conference seleetron for th s ye rr at the posrtron of eenter Gene Hetland Forward Het has been a frnd of thrs year and showsgreat promrse for next year From all rndreat ons he w rll dex elop rnto rhreh elass player for the 1933 squad Gene started the season rs 1 substrtute but prox ed hrmself of reeulrr ealrber by the close of baske ball season H played throughout the se rson wrth all the krll and grace of a xeteran Rollrn Wtmod Guard Roll rs a no rooky when rt eomes to basketball He showed up xell last yerr too Hrs consrstency ex en goes as far rs burldogness on the basketball floor He has demonstrated hrs worth is 1 defense man and orsplayed great rmproxement thrs yerr He rs 1 dependable man rn r trght prnch and rlw rys m rrnrrrns a eool herd on the floor Some good pl ryrng c rn be expected of hrm next year Woodrevxv Wrlson Forward Wewodre althouvh not a regulrr, won hrs letter De sprte the fact that thrs was hrs frrst 1 trxe y ar he played a good rrs true worth wrll le determrned How ever rt c rn be aflrrmed that there w rll be a brrth on the next team at wh ch Nxfoodre e rn sh vw hrs real rbrlrty Wrllrs Moon Forw rrd Moon rs another who won a letter thrs ye rr 1932 competrtron w as the frrst he entered l-le h rs great possrlarlrtles for next ye rr and w rll undoubtedly t ll one of t e x le rneres cu seel by grreluatron Moon s gre at possrbrlrtres lre rn hrs basket mrkrng., rbrlrrres Alth ugh he w rs not grx en any re rl drftreult role thrs year he mrde a wood showrng 'S JL. 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U f ' , . 4 ' 71-1-F' . ., -.,,,., '1. e o QQQQHEE Ca tam Prank Anltens Track Captain Leland XY ungsness Fncltl T R A C K 1'o marntam the flne record set dur mv the 1931 season the WQFTIOI clnder artists of 1932 had need for contlnuous practlce and str ct trammg E ght letter men remained from the 1931 ,qu ld Mev ers Wangsne s Ihysore Alkens Wood lx erson Httl md and Mclx er The latter fue were members of the te rm that qual hack the chlmplonshlp to blOUX Falls Lee Wangsness hugh Jumper and Frank Alkens sprinter xx ere co captarns and dxd tnexr best IH leadlng the squad 1931 SEAQON Ths flrst meet of last years schedule was a quadrangular affalr held at Brook mgs The Warrlt rs competed avamst Brookxngs Mltchell and Madison and mon the meet easily xuth a score of 91 DOIUYS Aprnl 23 found a crack Warrior tw Bates Maddox Semm and Rost gaxethc VC arrlors second place honors 10 a fast he d The rest of the team mlnus VC ood Pb- 9'5" .sa one hundred thirty .seven -. ' ' . n ' ,- I . ', . 1 r - - Y . L , 1 U ' - ' S 1 : - ' , ' ' , . ' ' f. V' 5 v f 1 - w v ' D " ' ' , ' L , 1 ' . A ' 1 Y . ' ' ' 1 ' - ' . . ' 'o ified for the State meet and brought mile team at Drake. Fine running by ' ' 1 ' ' 1' . ' , .', , f 1 , . . 1 , . Q , , , . ' . , V - 1 i . 1 I a9V::"'e- ' Y' V eg ' 'ifif-1:5-' R Har ylvieycrs sprmts Gene Hellnnd lmnll sf Alkens Ageton and Meyers Journeyed to Dell Rapids ard placed sixth at the Dells Im rtatnonal Meet The 9th Annual Dakota Relays held on May 2 and 3 called forth th speed zest of the XXI arrror baton passere Slow, Falls rergned supreme rn the class A I-l1ghSthoolsectron 1 3 frrsts and I second were taken rn relay competition and Alkens won the prep 100 yard xxx., dash The regloi meer at wln lu the ath letes must qualnfy before they compete ID the state meer was held at Sioux Falls on qaturday May 4 Nlne Warriors plan ed first second or tlnrd to wln thelr fl ht to compete at Prerre Allxen-s won three d lSlT6S Kenny Post he mule md half fmle and Cfaptarn Cecll Stagys won the shot put Hetland placed suond m the Rollin WL od, sprints Floyd P lguirre sr, rims fyfrgqv 'F 5.11 , xi-its one hundred thirty eight ' 7 Y ""A 'Juli' lil I" I I . I gl . Y ' ,. 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Erxxxn Iverson hroad jump Reed Thomas hivh jump high hurdle Mclx er second in the hi h jump, and Ixerson second in the runninv broad Jump The Warrioi halt mile relay team of Ball Wood Ageton and Alkens Pierre xx as chosen as the host of the 1931 state track and field championship meet hecause of its central location in South Dakota Fx ery school xx 'is thus able to send its ithleres The meet was exciting as Y ankton and the Warriors battled for supremacy I he Warriors total numher of points xx as 387 giving them an ewht point lead over the H ankton Saturday May 21 brought the Con ference Track and Field meet Captain Cecil Staggs led his team mates to an other championship as the team trzum h ed xxlth a 56 point score Staggs hroke Donald Mclver hi hjump Freq Voel- distance ,. . . . . ,.- A? ltpgbxg' . l . f :in one .hundred thirty mne 553333 , . C, . . . . , ' n v . an was victorious with Vermillion second. team, and the state championship. , M I , - . -' . '. ' ' ' ' 3 - . ' 2 '. 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Q N31 uf , Q' A QQQQHQ6 Q,-f Pull Baysore dlstance the conference shot record Rost gallop ed through to wm the half mlle and mlle races and Wangsness and Mclver tied ln hlgh Jump to take flrst places for Sroux Falls When Coach Wood asked lf candl dates for a two mrle relay team would work wxth hlm rn preparatlon for com petrtron m Chrcago at the Stagg meet slx boys agreed eagerly Bay sore, Ageton, Howard DeBo1s dlstance Allcens Rost Bates and Maddox ptact Iced falthfully and after extenslve tnals a team was plclced Runmng wuh fast competmon nn Chlcago the Warrror team of Bates Ageton Alkens and Rost placed thrrd 111 a record breakmg race Coach VC ood tlmed the team at 8 18 the wmners time bemg 8 O9 Captam Staggs qualxfletl for I' C shot put fmals but falled to place 'G Roy '-Iunt quarter mller Floyd Hundley distance 1 -t 3 'I ll like one hundred forty - - - - QQGGQQH Frank Axkens SPTIDIS Lee Wangsness hugh and broad jump among the flrst sxx pomt wmners 1932 SEASON The Warr ors opened the 1932 sea son vuth a 440 yard and 880 yard relay team composed of Algulre Wood Myers and Alkens at th Drake Relays and the remainder ofthe squad af the Dells Meet Competltlon xx as too speedy at Drake for the Warriors due to their poo condltion The team fared ' etter at Dell Rapxds placmg second ln points to Brookings wmners ofthe meet I-letland vxon hlgh and low hurdles XX angsness and Iverson placed 1 3 10 the broad Jump Thomas and Wangsn ss took fxrst and th1rd1n the hugh jump Hunt took second IH the quarter Rothllsberger thlrdln the pole xault Olson placed second xn the shot put Hel ert second in the football throw and bunderson placed fourth IH the shot LeRoy Sunderson ue: hrs Vlr 11 Olson weights flaw! wha, k one hundred forty one 596333 put and dlscus to garner the 30 poln s The Warrlors lost thelr cl ss A champlonshxp to Cherokee IH the tenth annual Dakota Relay May 681.7 but domlnited ID the prep dash SBLIIOH and the half rnlle relay Harry Myers and Frank Alkens took flrst and second re spectlx ely ln the h1 h chool 100 yard dash and teamed xx 1th Algulre and Wood to um th half I11llC relav The XY mrrnors 'sul placed third rn the class A Medlev relay xx 1th AILLDS unmng the 440 lap Wood and 'vleyers the 220 laps and Baysore the h lf mlle Bad luck kept the nule relay team from placln because of a dr pped bator The Washln ton hx h school NVar rlors took part ID the RCglOD State and Conference track meets IH 1937 to con clude thelr schedule one hundred forty tu 0 NOR SP 11 l1IllItffIl1IfUlfL ffm 'Q V -'SKS EQEQGHQ .. . Back Row Tom Hanson Ed Roland Paul Sehetuerman Fr nt 1 ow Lody OToole K rmlt Loucks Roy Tucker Ruben Narlm Ray Land. GOLF 1931 GOLF SEASON The 1931 state golf tournament was held mP1erre Saturday May 14 Bob Txegen and Berme Narl1n made up the Washlngton hlgh school golf team placmg fourth m team play and Narlm placed hugh ln s ngles play Durmg the team play Sioux Falls ranked second to Watertown at tne end of the flrst 19 holes ln the afternoon the Watertown team pushed ahead leavmg the local boys behmd to take ftrst honors Bernie thrllled the spectators durmg the afternoon by maltmg a hole m one E932 GOLF sEASON The state hlph school golf tourna ment was held Ln Sioux Falls at the Elm wood golf course Saturday May 21 ln connection mth the State tratl. and held meet Ruben Narlm hother of Berme and lxermtt Loucks represented SIOUX ralls ln the play These boys vt on thexr rwht to represent the hugh school after XXIDDIIU, ln a tournament In which ten boys par tt xpated Narlm defe ted Don Rayl and Louclcs defeated Ed Roland These boys were at tomattcally made alternates to full ID IH case of myury to Narlm or Loueks Narl n loueks and T and formed an team to play avamst the Broolcnngs h1g.,h sthoolg.,olfte1m IU '1 rnatth at Elmwood Stturday May 'Z The Brooltm fs boys won the matth one of the Boht tts llldli rn the fme store of 79 for 15 noles one hundred forty four -gu 1' I e- as e Q6QQHE6 leonard Lg ers Lauren Lexxxs Thalne Van Pus lall Srexx art Rnchmond T E N N l S J Qrexxart Rlchmond and lohn Too hey represented Washington high school ID the State hugh sehool tennls tourna ment held at Pnerre last year Qterllng ecmpetltlon dlsquallfred the Warrrtmr racket swingers both ln the smgles and doubles plax, Pxlehmond drexx Donald son of X ankton ln the srxgles and was elxmxnated after a close battle Toohey and Richmond formed the Warrxtur doubles team and were put out an the hrst rourd A tournament de ermlned the ho s xx ho xx re to represent the sehool Huber Van Ausdall and Kahler were outstand mg tenms players who falled to make the ICLIIH Q7 The team that represented Washlng ton hugh sthool IH the State hxgh school Tennis Tournament held ln Sxoux Fall Saturday May Z1 at the Sioux: Falls Ten ms tluh xx as from the folloxx mg four hovs Lauren Lexx IS btexx 'nrt Riehmond Leonard Eggers and Thame Van Ausdall These lads xx ere leaders ln the hx h school tournament held to determxne the leading play ers ln the school Srexx art Richmond wx as a veteran of three seasons of hlgh school Competltron xx hlle Van Ausclall gamed prom nence ln WIUDIDU the cxty Jumor doubles tlrle ln 1931 Poor xx earher condmons hampered the XX arrtor raeket xxlngers lh the prac nce for the prep tournament fp t fi. ia one hzzndred forty Hoe 9 6662 one hundred fortp sur INTRODUCTION TO GIRLS SPORTS Bellevmg that a world vlewed throug,h heal thy eyes that temptatron met wxrh healthy re ISYHHCC and mental tasks approached ulth a healthy mrnd can make the dlfferente hetueen mdxvxdual and soual good and bad tht lcrders of young people haxe armed to make physlell tramlng fundamental In the edu atronal program A move IH that dlrectlon whxch grows more mclusne each year rs the pro ram for gmrl s phy ann fully reall ed will mean that all xrls enrolled ID the h1g.,h sthool xull parncxpats. m a defrmte program of physlcal ,toys th ffxqk sg, . . . V V , V . . V , S. V V V. ' ' ' . 'I ' . , ' 1 A 1 v ' ' -1 . . V V . C . V V . . . V V . . V. V V . g V. , f sical education in Vlfasllington high school. The . .Z YL 1 g. I 1 . .V V . . V . . . 1 I .' fj ' . 9:-.QL Q 366262366 GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MARJORIE LEOPOLD Pres1dentG A A Headed by Marjorie Leopold the Gxrls Athletlc Assoclatlon found 1932 a good year Marjorxe won the confidence of followers of gurl s sports ruth her nxce exhlbmons on the volley ball courr The sklll th t made her an outsfan 4 ng player there has been manlfest rn her CXCCUIIX e posxtlon as presldent ofC A A Mlss Verna Mane Mxller athl tlc director of girls IS advlser for all G A A functions Eve on the alert to push the advantage of the vlrls Mlss Mlller thrs year has fostered lncreased G A A ac tlvrtles both socially and competltlvely The annual carnn al marks the date for the openlng of the school soclal llfe A comblned social and athletlc ex ent took place last fall when the members of the GA A hlked to Second Island and MISS VERNA M MILLER Director GxrlsAthlet1cs s aged a grrl s football game Ma jorle Brown 33 social chalrman directed a successful pre hollday party on December The crownlng events of the year are ml ca e who the 1n1t1at1on dmners The one at year was held on Ianuary 28 ln the terra of the New Bulldlng Those rung sufflclent pomts were Joyce Sever son Kathaleen Caroon Alta Klocke E lame Slnllh Dorotnea Enlng Marguerlte Waring Lois Bray Lorene Hoffman Vlfglhla Walkxns Ellzabeth Douthrt Bertha Steffen and Vlrgmla Koet le Sweaters were awarded at that tlme to Vera Zea Greta Manson Mary btrahon and Helen Lacey Bars were given the following 'vlarjone Leopold Dorothy Dorothy Leubecher Wuufred Wfebber Marjorle Brown Inez Klocke and Ruth Ackerman The closing event of the school year ns the second lnltratlon dm ner held durmg commence ment week The complete llst of offlcers for 1932 IS as follows Marjorie Leopold presl dent Greta Manson vlce president Ruth Ackerman treasurer Mary Strahon leader of outmg and Lols Chase Orange and Black reporter Lots Chase Ruth Ackerman Greta Manson Mary Stahon Marjorxe Leopold if K one hundred forty seven - J - - - Y . . , . . ' a - ei . 7 . . . v . I . 4 A I. I , S 2 1 ' ' 5 ' . r Y I U I r 1 7 1 s . , l l D Y. . . . , . l . . . . , , , . . . . . , , . I ., , , - ' l r 4 ' . 1 23. , ' z . . .. . . 5 kd, y 1 , K . y . . . . . I L . . v were taken into the club by virtue of win- Knewel, Doris West, Mildred Whitney, V Q - , . . , y 9 v ' y I I x . V , Q. ' I, : . ' - .U I 3 , A 2 U, ' S Y 1 "af: F, 'fgggtu ' QQE QHQ - - 411 Third row L1llranV1talc Uor thy Leulaecker Dorothx Kaevnell Mnddle ron Gladys Frost Dons West Helen Lacey Cleo Bushnell Front row Vera Zea C reta Manson Maryorxe Leopold Front lne Klo ke VOLLEYBALL The y at 1932 mrrltel a change rn the schedule of the gurls volley hall pro gram lt became a fall sport and compet xtron ln If paralleled the football season On October 3 many glrls reported to enlrst ID thrs popular sport Their natural groupxnv as they awalt orders tells at once how the srtuatron s ands The frrst game was a battle hetsx een the freshm n and the sophomores vxrth the latter talung the honors After thelr vrctory the sophomores were defeated by ooth the Junlors and se tors rn qulck SUCCCSSIOD The freshmen also suffered at the hands of the upper classmen These def ats placed the freshmen and sophomores ln the consolatlon bracket The hnal game played hy the Junrors and seniors was an exhxbmon of sL1ll vshrch proxrded many thrllls The sen rors carrred off the school champronshlp and also one pornt tow ard the xunnrnv of theO A A cup hut not xxlthout a stlff battle The fmal ratlng, of 1937 senlors trtle holdcrs mrcrs runn rs vo QMS sophomores runners ofconsolatron and freshmen snowed under The personnel ofthe teams was as follows RCDIOTS Lleo Bushnell manaf er Vera Zea Greta Manson Marjorle Leo pold Dorothy Knewel Llllran Vrtak Dorothy Leubecker lne Klocle Dons West The subsntutes were Helen Lacey and Gladys Erost captain lunrors Mildred Whrtney manager Joyce Severson Ruth Ackerman captarn Helen Meyers Mary Qtrahon Marie Kehrer Madelme Anderson Wlnrfred Weber Florence Bessler Sophomores Kath rleen Caroon man ager Wanda Rock Palma Peterson ,une Byg captarn lslargaretSw1tt Patrlcna kne Waring Suhstrtute Lucetta Clexeland Freshman Virginia Koet lc manaf. er Mavcrne Hanson Dorthea Enrnu Elrune Smrth Lorene Hoffman Odessa Cole Rosemary Merllcke Marlon Dltthren ner capt rn Florence Ackerman buhs trturcs Lors Bray essre Brown VlY'lDl8 Walltms ' '-:dnl one hundred forty ezgh t v ' E ' . . I C e , 1 ' t. ' , f' ' ' 3 - , , . , .. t - V , , , . . . . , Q . . -N J. l , . x I Q I , . ' 7 I5 Y , . , .. , 1 ' . . . 1 y ., ' I"l V " ! ' ' r , ' . t . . , Y A . , . S 7. . . . . , l 1 T' v . T ' ' V' I Y T Y ' 1 , . . N. . . . . . .. , . . , ' 7 7 7 ' - .1 , . . 1 , " D .- , . , . 1 ' 1 v , 1 ' l - v L , f , 3 - rn the tournament.The sophomores won. welg Anna Boyd: Ferne Hanson:Margaret . I ' g , H . 7 . . . r. : . . . Z x, L nh ' '- ' " ' . - g .' 1 ' ' ,,: .' K L . 'K V. . ru, s ' l u I ' - . . . , " . ' a' 3 a - ' . ' , - - ' -2 ', , I ' , tj ' ' V : , K. Qt ' . L b S , b 1 , I A . 54.57 ' iftggr' kt nflmrs e Fern Hdnwn T lknlle Khdkstad Anna Boxd Elune qfillfh Dorothy Funer TAP DANCINC Tap d3I1LlD0 xxas offered for the f1r5t mme thxs veir COIITTWIDIDU the ele ments of 1 KOTOTYUT pfnstxme wxth hene Iluxl lodxlx CXCYINC If has proxed xery Lopulir xxlth the gurls Nineteen gurls haxe nude up fT'1lS hr5t C1155 Thur en rhuslxsrn 'Ind prcwe5s xxlll xx xrrfxnt proh xhlx, the offermg of an adx xneed eoume next yur M155 M1llerpo1nt5 out th xt txpplng is 'an exeruse IH xx huh the entire body must he Lxprewlve To hxrnxunl e ex erx part of the hody IH hythmle moxement IS not eww hut If IS the buc lxlnd of rrunlnv The relxxatlon nee Qssxrx, to txp xx dl IS a haslc Lh'1r1eter15 Ile of pn15e Penerverance 1nd mart div ne5s xxord5 that sound too matter of faet to he apphed to dmun, are nec the tap d meer to any de the art The muiculxr from dex elopmg proflcl essary to hrnw gree of slxlll ID control gfnned eney ln tappxng fxthletlc events max he wrrled ever IHYO and eertfunly lnereases the dfxncer 5 general endurfxnce The dam thls xeir has xxorl ed IH the cre txxe held of this art The Pklpll fxlrty and eremxe enerfvy mto eanh 'xp danee 'xs the l'TlL1Slk, she folloxva, xxlll permlt Pxrt of the rLquxrLment5 of the eour5eh15 been to xx orlx up orlglnal bteps for Lertxln pleuw or xlee vena to fn lHL1blL to the tmp mem ik one hundred forty nme . J . -' 1 . FQ- , 5 - - ,, . . . x . . . 2' 4 . Q. xv 4 - 1 A 1 - 2- H ' 1 ' - s v. . . x ' D 1 Y . . '- '. - Y' 1. - ' - ' ' . . . E, . . L . 1 4 y 1 . . A 1 11 fx - 1 A 'w 1 5 1 1 A -1- 'A ' . . '- ' 5 ' ' X has been urged to put as much lDd1VldLl' 5 . 1 Z . ' 1 ' 2 ,., ' IL Y Y A l , Y' l' ' L l l' ' 1 ' V. vm . '4 ' . X' x . 4 x A . l i ' i ,' ' . ' ' , . -, ' -- - -, ., 1 f ' ' . , 1 5. L. ., -.' r H' ' '..'l':- '-1' "-' ' ' I- " 1 3 5 3 v4 - - ,'- J 4 --, 1 " :...,. 5 5 aff! x - A 'A' N' ' 'isis' :q:jg?.' L' 1' 2-I'-W, 5 'nlll QQQQQHQE BASKETBALL Ex ery gurl out for basketball thrs year was gnen a chante to play on a team Grrls not marclng the flrst squad of thelr class team were smgled out and placed exther on the Green team or the Whrte team At the close or the season tne tournament games were praved ln the first game the freshmen team were beaten bythe Green team 1914 The sophomores beat the Whxtes I6 6 Hov. ever the White team proy ed to be the better team by storing 13 11 agalnst the freshmen and 1715 agalnst the Crretn less experlenced players ln the game that determined the hamplonshrp the JIIDIOTB were handl caped by the loss of txxo players Mary Strahon jump Center for the junxors managed to get the up off IHUSI ot the nme but the alertness and tooperatxon ot the senior eenters Dons West and Dorothy Knew el put the hall rn the hands ot Greta Manson and Nera Zea tre quently Xera dld splendid eam yyorlt and Lxreta had a good eye for the bas ltet mlsslnv but a Yew ot her shot Marjorie Leopold and Cleo Bushnell made up a perfect vuardmg pant for rhe SCUIOIB hood sportsmansh p prey alled on both teams The store yy as 31 lo IH fax or ot the SLDIOTS Members of the LhlY'HDIUI1Sl'1lPIt1'lID were Doris West Ctaptanl Vera Zea Careta Mrnson Dorothy lxntyyel C leo Dorothy Leubeclter Members ot the Jumor term were Mrry Ntrrhon Ruth Atlxerm ID Mlldrtd W, hltney Catherine Elrly Cmgrl joyte bex erson N1 zryorle Broun Ct lp? md l tls Roney Nlarxe lsehrer and N1 rr aret Nt at as sul stltutes r'4',aSrk 1' ,ilk one hundred bhp 1 v v ' - ' . ' A f - ' - - ' 7a 1 vi ' Y - . y y ' l . ' , , . ,. . A A X I , . - . ' O A V. Y I K t 4 v f I ' - Y s x 1 D , - - ' . , I 3 A N . D y , , N 1 Q ' . n ' Q ' " f ' I , ' ' ' ' .i ' 2 ' .N A 1 , 1 ' B s s B , . 1 - v v ' , va V , team. Fine playing was exhibited by these Bushnell, Marjorie Leopold, lne: Kloeke, . ' , , . C .' ' , ' ' ' ' 1 A- 2 ' .N 2 , ' ' 1 , ' A , -- . . , . A, 1 A ,y - 2 ,Y ,. ., ' A ' ' B ' ' ,r 1 A ' 'L L ,V . - . , . - j,t . L g' - L 1 ff"'?i5:-1? ?1'f'Aia K iam., -. - : QQQQHQH 11 SPRING FESTIVAL Shlp ahoy mates' shouted the captain of the lI'08g'D3TS transatlantlc liner as the curtain rose showlng four deck boys scrubhxng tue deck ot an rm aelnary shxp Wlth thls clex er beolnmng a marlne dancmg entertalnment was pre ented by the physical education department of NX ashtngton hrgh school under the sup ers 15100 of lwhss Verna Marne Mlller for the gi ls of the school at the State theatre on May 3 Part one cf the YCNICW was gn en by the ocean liner s crevn beginning ulth a deck boys dance by Dorothy NVebber Dorothy Lochran Dorothy Enmg and Marjorxe Dodsendorf A marine drill presented by Ruby Tripp Palma Peter son Elaine Smxth ltannette Le-wls Phyllis Haas Marguerite Olson Solvlg Moe and lsabell Snakstad was followed by a sw eetheart dance by Isabell Shalc stad and Doro hy.En1ng Q3 The thlrcl class passengers agroup of forelgners included ln their part three numbers a negro dance entltled Topsy by Elizabeth Sullivan a Russran mazurka by Alxce Joyce Cody lone Wirth and Evelyn Sxetsema and aclever tap dance by Lynette lohnsor The second class passengers presented third part ACTOIDHIIL danclng and stunts made up their contrlbutlon Joyce Sever son s dance was partacularly clever and slullfully done The program was concluded wlth numbers by the frrst class passengers These Included a doll dance by 'Mlldred Whitney lsabell Shakstad and Lynette johnson a moonllght walt' demonstra tlon Dons West and Mae Sweeney and a tango dance by Mlldred Whitney nd Dorothy Knewel A grand march ID which everyone took part complet d the clexer program, ,k one hundred 191 ty one T u . , , . v - A 1 1 . l E F - - - ' . - n u Q . 1 .... ft 1 ' , . . . 1 . Y Y . - 1 v rs 1 v - S 1. It 1 . . Q 4 . 1 . Q . V , . ,, , . . .Q , . . , . . , I' ' . . U . . . 'l . ' ' . V ' I 1 I 1 ' . . X . . . ' . V I - . , I .. 1 , - by T , ' y L 1 1 . , . . A , , , a . ' . ' ' , y u ' v 7 Y 4 A 7 . , .. , 0 . ,' , , l. , . av97fif3'e- :'l'S'aElEf, .5 t , 3 V V Q 1: a : I e- L! 'ivan 'l, c "-"7J'15" lne Klocke Dorothy Knew ell Marjorre Leopold Greta Mason Helen Lacey Doras West Mary qtralaon Ruth Aeleerna an Nera 7ea MONOGRAM SNWEATER WINNERS Never befoae an the hastory of G A A haxe so maray girls been an arded the coveted monogramed svseater At mad year Vera Zea Helen Lacey and Greta Manson, senaors, and Mary Strahon, jun lor, receax ed thelr heavy coat sweaters Fate other athletes earned tlaear sax eaters IH tlme for sprang awards They va ere Dons West Dorothy Knewell, lne Klocke Marjorae Leopold and Ruth Ackerman The first four are senlors P uth lake Mary Strahon accomp lashed the unusual by wmnang the honor ln het Junlor year X era Zea, a general sport enthusaast won recognataon an xollevball baseball and basketball Her spectal anterest re played forward for three years Helen Lacey a leade ln sports thru out her Juna r year made a perm nent place on baseball x lleyball and basket ball teams As guard on the basketball team she broufht particular credat to her class and herself Greta Manson clex ea basketball foraa ard did not confine herself to one sport Her name appeared yearly on the baseball xolleyl all anea saxananaang te mas a so Mary Stralaon, holder ot caty records an sw namang has fulfalled the promlse seen for her va hen an her freshman year she was made track man ager for herelass She has va orleed to the top ID ex ery sport offered garls Doris West as a aerszatale athlete re cognlzed as an excellent support on every team except saxmanalngf Dot Kraewell, a b amy and eareful player has galned the reputation for lWL1Dg de pendable at any positron on the b seball basketball, and volleyball teams lne Klocke vs on aeeogmtlon an aol Maryorle Leopold exeelled an xolley ball as an exeellent guard an L asleetball and baseball and was the girl s ehoaee for 1927 C A A presadent Ruth Ackerman holder ofthe ten ms chanaplonshap an Ingles ard doubles sanee 1979 has made x ITNIIS l asleetbal an klttenball teams al o She a as e ass tr aele m.1n.aver an her sophomore ye ar ge V '-will in one hundred Why two 'Z ' a '. . 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A EXIQR GAL ATA LLNLH NX ACJCDNI H1 there Freshle moxe in lneh and I t 1 xx omen p1rk the hodx D1 I xx ant '1ehoeol11te malted fnxlk' No More t 1111 one e1I:rle 1 day' keeps the oy friend 1xx1x I ll t1ke 1 melhi tofast in 11 lemon eoke mg 1sfn1or1s t e 1 ert 1ss meetings 1nd 1lIrI11r ot eourse hut xx 1 1t does lf m xtter' It 1 person I11sn t m e 11 reputmon t11t We em rxle on hy t e time he IS 1 senlor he justdoesn t under l1DeI 1 te1eher s xxe 1kr1ess, thats 1Il Thns mornmg xx e had 1 eI1ss meeting I xe heen xx 1nt1 g to erish through for 11 Ionv txme and make 11 spetch hlxe erry I'ranIxeIe1n you Ixnoxx t1Ik 1nd t1Ik so no sooner hid 1. D reminded the class of the unp nd dues tlnen I stood up and Iw gan Tmere s 1 seeret I xxtuld II e to te hour thnstl 1ss Isixd I h 1d to stop ITHIDUIL heexuse P'1uI Preus 1nuC,1rI Olson tlptoed nolslly out just then hut I xx ent right on It s somethlnx' th xt xx is 1pp1rent long tlme wgo xx hen Boh Mor ns ind Whitey MCIxer xxere freshmen and xxe were ID the seventh rad Then Fmnkenstexn xms here' Tlvt hw stllt Mxke btahon rose to say it that poxnt that one person wws haxmg too mueh time 1nd E1rI WlIklUS mi Frink Ankens shouted the seeond and I Re won txnlshed h1s wnnouneement ahout 1 x 1 ryhodyf gettlng hr h xhyf I lLfLlfL 1nd for the Ille ot me I don t see hoxx he Um expeet my ol us, unless If would I1 Bo 'H L55 xvf KAQ nw iw ll1w 'I 'VIN' 1 5 Le xeh or Ed Tomlxnson to pass as a hihyf any more Ijumped up md begat' 1g,11n' I sud The xxeek Frmkensteln xxas here und Mike trxed to stop me avaxn I he1rd hewrd Mxss Miller tell tI1e same thang to Gert SIFHODSOD, xx ho fugreed 1nd so I knexx If xx 1s time for she ouvht to know qbout thas elass SIHCC she hossed the "lI'1I'1lIdI When I stopped to take a breath qxvede bunderson he s the president stood up He had on a hlue Shlrt Say E 1rI don t you just Ioxe hlue shlrts' VC Il xxhlle he tried to remll hls th If m1ke my seeret true rtre the sulprxs lI'1gEI'IlI1f.N th1t enter mto the suhjeet For HISCIHLC the xxught ofT1nyf I-I1gg1rdt as equ1I to the eomhlned xxexght ot the R N CJ eluh 'md Lots phrase throxxn IH not rhwr that m'1Ites any dlfference Then too, on the class roll there are sueh names as 9ered1 Mokrejs and I-Ia eI Sx arx 11r1 and Veronica bastoupll none ot xx I.1cn h1xe yet heen pronouneed eorreetly hy 1 teaeher, but befo Ieould tm h he bell rmv WI11ts your seeret exeryhoey shouted T xt the clfxss cf 371s he est ex er I yelled ha k Dld they' ex er glVC meavrezt bl UHUJI I ask you to use your oxxnjud ement, use your oxxn juclg ment yn .I Jfv 'S iq I 0 one hundred szxtv three 1 ' x S I1 1. ., x 1 1 . 1 1 A I L x fy , , . 0 f F .1 I I I 1, L I 1 f - e 1 ' 1 1 - e aj . 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Uv. ggig e OUR GALLERY Helen Moen Thelma Gates C R Beck Ervun Ixerson EranleA1kens Wllllalli Hlnds Portralt of a Laclv The Gentlew oman The Jester The Llttle Chxlcl T e Mlnute Man T e Purrtan T e Three WISE Men Andrew Wall Paul Nuttlng and Leu IS Ellvu ood The Boy joel Ha gart Statue of Llherty Wxnltred Reynolds The Hammer Man Hermam Age of Innocence Loxs Ch e Destmy W I Early Chllelren of the Sea Greta Manson X er Zea Dlana ofthe Chase Marjorle Plulsen Ruth Pl xskey Rlehard Hood Eeedlng Her Blrds Elyxng Mercury 1 Dutch Elon er Glrl Irene Mortenson L P Zenner jerry Eranlxel Mllee Strxhon Cleo BL shne l Leola lotus Guardlan of the Flock Lauvhlng Car filler Man In Armor lVlCdll'lfl0fl Con Love 'Vlona Lxsl The Net Menders Eflilly Ann Jammer S1fUpl1Clfy Sir Galahad A Helpmg Hand Dance of the Nymphs steln Beul xh Brltton Mar aret Dempster Dehelous Daley Rnen Corah lle Teller Pearl Lot ren Boh Leach Miss Erlele Dons Hlrten The Empress of Hearts Lhuhhy Creene The Tr leedy of Waste Assemblles l'olk Tale Ahsenee Excuses Maker of Men Hou xrd Vifood M - - ff x A5- Gosh moaned the freshman strug lmg xxlth 'ln lntelhvence test but some people are lnqulsltlxe The xlllaee hlaeltsmlths elwuehter elopeel ID her l ther s elothes An the nextelmy the lllm e Bl t ter eame out ruth an aeeount of the elopement head d Elees nn I-athers Pants The most H1lbCI"lblC person IU 1ll the xx orlel 15 a xx oman ruth no troubles to speak of Erosh Early Erosh ar y Erosh Tw IV you I can t go to elass tod y XX'hy not' l lon t feel xery xx ell Where Clem t you feel vsell ln class ne t lat elmee vt W OllXLjLlSfl1lkl1l l hear your slster is quite popul 1r xxlt 1 the h nys H es she lteeps them all m the d lflx H ou tlelele me lan My xx lm If .1 stran e request iv 955 W '-an 5-4 one hundred .szxtp sn 3 3 323 C ASS WILL C -XST Senior C lass of WV Pueautxtul Herolne late 'xllss as: of 0 C lass of 934 C lass of 1937 Hero Mr lunlor Nxlllan Careely Relatlxes The Innoeent Ilxstmders Flrst Wfxrness C hurl s Petersen 'Ne nl Wltness R Vlllh Wfooel I in er Rohert lllels 1 Time xelxe oe J l e Und m nn Sl n of the eleeeased Mass Senior Lawyer As xx rs requested ID the w xre 111 grthered here IH me mmsron or the late Miss Senlor to read her vnll It ls now ID rnlnutes of tu elxe o clock At that hour I shall hegrn read mu the last vw ll and testament ot the he loved deceased A roar of thunder and '1 flash of llghtnlng aceomplnled hls veords Tremblzng Bystander Lets get away from thts pl ice Idon t thlnk she left anythmg to us mnyvxa A n 0 I I e r Byslander Oh she she wrs very wealthy and hesldes we have to stmd up for our rights Suddenly an old door flew open and tts rusty hmges gave fa th a terrlfyrng, groan Tremblzng Bystander Lets get out of here It s ahsolutely too spooky Another Bystander Don t let a llttle thrng uke that ho her you It s al ways spooky when they re rd vu tlls They re just trymg to scare you fm ay You know tne wnll states that mf anyone to u hom the deeeaseel hrs hequeathed h r estate ls not present at tw elve o e loele to he 1r the wlll read they xvlll recelxe ahsolutely wnothlng That remrnds me I uoneler where Mr lunlor ls' They say she left l most her entlre estate to htm If he 1sn t h rem fue mmutes he vxxll fOTlC1I hls rvhts Tremblzng Byslander les, and 1 d hate to see those g eedy relatlx s get everythmg XVe hue as mueh rwht to xx hat she bequeaths as they hue pu jlilr Another bystander Thar s true, hut aeeordlng to the law they come next as henehcxarles lust then the old clock wlth great rexerheratlng strokes hegan to lnnounee the hour ol tu elxe Greedy Relatwes Ah ah' Nou the entlre estate vwll be ours, tor there 1s no swn of Mr unlor As the elocle struele If lxst stroke Mr unlor walked n mmld he eheers cf the hystmders and jeers of the Careedy Rel IIIXLS lawyer Nou that ue are lssemh led, and lt rs twelve, I sh ull commenee readlng the last wtll and testxment of Miss Senlor I Mlss Senlor, of the Crty ofS1oux Falls rn the countv Mrnnehahl in the stlte ot South Dakota, do make, puhllsh 1nd declare thls my llst will and testa ment, that IS to say In as much as I am rlght now rf not on all o eisxons, ln a sound state of mind I elo herehy hequeath to varrous elasses and lHLlIVlClL1 lls what I hwe nohly enden ored to ohrun md whleh I feel lb ahsnlutely essen'11l te thelr eduemtxon Il lnvone thlnks th at he IS getting more th rn he desert es e ' thls contrlhutlon, he may pass his share on to some one not so eonscrentlous To the Freshmen, I do hereby h queath my good manners and grown up ways To the Sopnomores my ahlllty to look md let as lt l knew the eontent ot all the hooks I m supposed to know To the dlumors, th remaxns of my hooks, xrrlous kmds ot gum whxch I have so thoughtfully l ft under thedesles and seats, md ull other mrterul ot sueh n1ture,lor xvhteh me have no further use Iextend to th fleunty hest uxshes and eneour wement for the next ellss rn xy he Letter hut xx orse nex er I C, rl Riter, do hereby hequeath to Eldon Steele rn faselnatinv long eye lashes I lvraurlne lvlunee, lene my natural attraetn eness to hoys to rlele Heath :Nl "writ 1 0 one hun Ired szrly seven I -- Si. O ' ' 1 A , as v , . ' S S emu, 1 33 .I N A ' ' w- A , . t 3 .I N . U , , 'S ' U ,, ,L e' A ' Q1 ' ' 4.1: " , Q I f ,I Qu , ' , Y Y , e ' s ' s , . s 1' , - A A . , 1 'A -k' '. - - H .1 y ,, we , ,., , H I '. e. I ml ' J I ' JL -- - f --- Y - L ' J '- f. Q 1 ' r I - . - , -3' ' V"-'X --'-' . -L s . 's . X .. . -- , . 'z -H , , . . , . , - ' , J ' " ' ' H - ' VVI C e e 4 ' U ' ' K ' 1 n c . e 1 ' " I . . 7- - s , ' . . ' ' 'Y , , . .I . . . .. D vi C . - ' . t, I L , 2 . , A Q ' ' - . ' ' V- 1 1 '- f Y' I - L fn- 1 Y ' 1 . I es , A ' - . - . K 3 . ' f ' -f-.1 ' - ' . I 5 1 n - 7 ' L X . 2 YKTQN W- 1 .L . er , ' - . - ' ' ' . , . J . up - V. s 1 f , -, . ' f rmght have left us something. They say 1 1 -1 1 - , 2- s 1 ' sf fs L I ' ' 'ft ee D t ' ' " . . . ' . , 92 - A..-' ' - 'z . 1 A - ' e I I .' - Y 2 , ,, ,g Q- ' , I - - e l I e . L ' er 1 1 K i i . . N,, '- if . I.. , e 1 gf ,v l , e " . ' i - as , 4 . , .. , . , ., - A 1- x t 1 sw. p e , e, l , , ,- , 1 1 1 ' ' 1 I . . 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I Emery Olson, lease to oel Hag gardt nm d1m1nut1ve Sl e I Eelwln Tomllnson, w1ll to M1eley Rost my Cute l1ttle w avs We Leone Renley, Gertru S1mon son 'md Luell1 Goss, w1ll 'anel bequewth to Dons H'1rtenste1n, Dorothy Harms, 1nd Leol 1 P1pe a long l1ne of ardent 1 Imlrers I erry Alcorn, bequeath to Myrtle 'vlorrrson my reserxeel seat ID nInth perlod I Helen Ivioen, ledve to Dorothy Barber nw school glrl complexlon and ten bqrs of Palmolne soups I Dewey Pune, do hereby w1ll to Fred CIOIIIIIIS, l1e DCIDQ '1 mfm of l1ttle f11th both my belt 'Ilnu suspenelers I Phylhs H1'1s, elo 'allot to Chirlotte Lang nay free lesson ID Electroeunon to ,que her ta few l'I1I'l1Sl11Dg touehes I jerry Frinkel, do bestow upon D1ele BlCIbl41U1y popularlfy w1th the glflb I H arold H'anson,w1ll to Bob Dun ham my Clramatlc talent I Mgar1or1e Paulson, w1sl11ng to con tr1bI1te toa ,erelt cause, do hereby lefaxe my sehol 1st1e '1b1l1ty to Chnton Hwbee I Q arl Olson, bequefath to Bob Clflf flths my elwreelex 1l speed fund prl e w IDUID 1 honors n pl'1y1nH T1Clelle Wxnles XX e Ierfmk Rolhnger 1nelFr1nle A1le ens w1ll tea 'anyone w ho ean mister the mfmy w 1sttul fem1n1ne swhs I Max Rmhmond, bestow upon How fard Row lex nw :1b1l1ty to w ID hog ealhng contests I Roy H 1nt, leue to ull guls w ho w alle home my twelxe eyllnder open 11r ehfmot Ple 1se '1rls,dont 1ll yell If onee We :xelyn WWIIIJ Exelyn b1etsem1 'md EII1 Abralw 1111 w1ll 'md bequewfla to Slllfley Cullman I:l1 IIWLIII Cmmes IDU L atherme A3 res our olel goloshes We the oxerwewhts, bestow upon tlle underw ewhts our ael1pose tlssue We 9en1ors,whopl15 ID the lainel leixe to lvl Ss Storer 1 few Sffly notes from tl1e l11nelstLleIlO for we lenow how mueh Mus btorer 'appreeutes hand IHLISIC w11e saes tewenn We 'ISO st -'-' es Ili? '5 that she mwlat his e the students tr'1nsl1'e L'at1n by SIUUIIIQ w 1th the fieeompanlment of tl e band We lene to obln 1on, Leroy S neler son To the unsuspectmg pu 1e we le que 1th Georwe Flelels I VITQIHIW Biuer, elo hestrby Vxlll my job of plwymw tor the operetta to Fanny Il remont I Vernon Doermg, leave my blushes to Morlancl Emerson I Ex elyn Cope, bequeftth my elebfxt 1nU 1b1l1ty Mfary btrihon I lvl 1rx1n Helfert bestow upon Clirence Rltfle my UlI'lINl'l form VUG I3dn1 be arles, P1111 NLIIIIIWCY, R1el11rel Ellefson,Phyll1s H ms, 1nd Izll n Sw mson, bequewth to 111 honor re ll stuelents 1 long llne of A s I Don Lwrson, w1ll to tl1e next stuel ent eouncll pres1dent n1y eacecutwe "1lDlll I Bob Leach, lease my Flower D mee to joel Hflggtrdt I XICTODILW DWSKOLIPI lewve the mls pronounc11t1on of my name toChester Sehroyer We Frmees Huhn '1nel LOUIS De Roos to L,leoL1mbert mul Wy11ell11 I'oleIs our elexoteel looles far e 1el1 otl er I Donalel Melxer to t e sm1llest freshmen bestow my he1ght Vlfffll Olson, eaxe ny plaee on VW. 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