Anoka High School - Anokan Yearbook (Anoka, MN)

 - Class of 1931

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vl, W. f ' ' rg a A' . I l, 5' fu' ,f" f , fl! !i ,I I l sl ffl? fri fmlxwagflfffrn iffw K P l THE ANOKAN CHESTER WATSON "Chet" 5 ARTHUR WENNERLUND "Art" "Dame Nature gave him comeliness and health." Secretary l: Yice-President 33 French Circle 3. President 4g Science Club 4, Treasurer 3: Lzmilxlu Sigma 41 "The Questf. -Iulixm 3: 'All Hxmpeneil in "He knows what's what, and that's as high as metaphysic wit can fly" "lt Happened in june", Randy 41 "Tulip Timei' l: 'AlVliss 7 lime", Iarvis 4: Auokzlu 41 Cllefrl. Blossumu -'i usullor Bnskellmill 4: Truck 3.C:ip1:uin N1il1KlSl 373 Cilmiliil 32 Glee Club l, .., 3: Lumlxlzl Sigma llresislent 4: Football 3, 43 4: President "ll:t'e'ulqwitit" 4. Bcxslqeilmll 3, 4: Hzlselxlll 5. 2 ,ff ' gy, i ,'HAZEN WILCOX LAWRENCE fi "Hazen" YOUNGOUIST 'll "Loathing pretense. he did Smg with cheerful will what others thought of while their hands were still." lfoutlmll 3. 4: Orchestral l, 2, 3, 4: Bnml 2, 3, 4: Glec Club 3, Yifc-fl'rcsideut 4: "The Quest" 31 "Sailor Nlaiclsu 3, 'Afluce in 11 Blue Mmm", Bills- lvitl. 4: lfrcuvqli Cirfle 3, 4: 1 "Hold him alone truly fortunate who has his life in happy well- being," ALVIN ZEIGLER "Alvin" "An affable and courteous gentleman." JI f L- - 4411.1 Ol! ,, f ' . Have the Elder races halted? Do they droop and end their lesson wearied over there beyond the seas? We take up the task eternal, and the burden and the lesson, Pioneers! O Pioneers! Eighteen

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. n I 4 I U I Is' ' 15 ' 3 . ln , 0 , T H E A N o tg A .N J " . ,I . 7 T , . K - A I' EVERETT RUSSELL , MARGARET SAM HEVH lisamii "To ridirule philosophy "As full of spirit as the is surely philosophical" month of May." Ftvutlmll 2. 3, 4: Truck 4. "Tulip Time" I: Girls' Athlo- tius 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Routers' Club 1. 4: Camp Fire 2, 4: Vive-I'rcsitIent 31 I.:uuhtI.l Sigma 4: Pap Scxteite 4. 1 9. 1. X U I K JOHT hSPENCE LEONE sUL1-tvAN 'Nl ",-5, " o nny" "Sully" "ga 'ij main! he segmed U5 "None but herself can heiku' 'N FW U Wsfef U95 Un her parallel." 'Q I IAA' , Jwggnfidenl 1Um0ff'0U-'S-I' Routers' Cluh 3, 4: I.zuuIitI.t 4 ,Q 1- A I Z Ifutetetl from Osseu 4: Ifuutlixtll Slllmll, 42 SCCFQILIFY Zi Girls' 'lg fl Lu , It Ej!,lLi!L,S!i.5. 2' -:Q 45 Athletic? Lg, J, -ll:-Ci. A. A. X wx ' ' AN, 3 " , K ' SA - -. J, 1 :uni 'irc 2, 32s I Auukziu 4: PSP lSexIe!Ie 4.x . I ' ,,,,,v-1414,-fd , " ' IT! ' ' I ya-kb' 'Q ,..l" if if 'C ' pmt' is 14"-"'-' ' ' I -1 r I . Aj f A I... I I - I V 'Q - ,,s..f,,4A-,fl ' 'Y 11.1-Q VX eww 4 , . ,.., 'rig f . M4741 .,,4fv"' ,4!J,., Vw. s, RQ. .. I l fy . v , N 1' , JJ 11 W 1: Q.. .X Q EVELYN SWARTOUT KATHRYN TARBOQC ' ,W ' , X "Little Jay" 1 "Kate" vf '-xl :- 'MI-he glass Qf fgghfpn gpg "7l'lOU who ht1SI lhe fdfdlla qv. I - " the mold of form." gift Of beau!!!-H ' ' -', 5 DOROTHY THGMPSON "Tommy" "Life is a comedy." llmip Fire 3: Girls' Athletics 3, 41 UI! Ilzippened in june", Betty 4: Ruolers' Club 4. "The Quest" 3: "It Iluppeuecl " "'.x .4 I ' 1 Q 0 Q in Qluuei' 4: Girls' Athletics . 2, 3. 4. Glee cum it ':Tuu,. ,, Q '3 Tuuei' I: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: 'Q' , . Czirup I"ire 2, 5, 4: Ruoters' 1. Q 1 g citrix 4, Q' 'Q ri, 1 . r' 'V '- I -4 l 4 s v 'ICI ull vb ' 'Q , xW., Q .1 U-. Y' 1 1 KATHERINE WARD Q 1 "Kate" X "Forward and frolic glee was there, the will ru do and the soul to dare" "Tulip Time" I: fi. A. A. I, 2, :ig K'oum'iI 3: Annkxihi Stall I, 2, 4: "The Quest", Cun- stttuce 3: 'Alt Hzippeuetl iu june", Susie 4: Pep Sextctte 4: Routers' Cluh 3, 4: Girls' Athletics I, 2, 3: French Circle .ig Treztsurer 4: Class Treasur- er I: Via-fI'resicIent "Triple 4, Seventeen



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-'ff THE ANOKAN The Class of '31 Through the Looking Glass The class had gathered in the old assembly hall for their last time together. They sat, glancing over the familiar surroundings, thinking over the four eventful years that had sped by, and reminiscing. No one spoke: all were busy with dreams and memories. And no one noticed the golden dust that filtered through the window on the last slant of the sun's rays that May after- noon. Heads nodded and soon all fell asleep on the desks that had seen them through their first stretch of their life journey. Suddenly they awoke with a start, to nnd themselves in a long narrow ball-room with an enormous mirror at one end. In front of it danced a tiny girl with long yellow curls whom everyone recognized as Alice of Wonderland. "Come," said tiny Alice, taking Gerald by the hand, "follow us through the looking glass into the land of the future. For one short hour you may meet yourselves of 1941 I" They all skipped through to the most surprising adventure of their lives. Lo, and behold. in the land beyond the mirror:-- Cierald Mullaney, world known scientist, was demonstrating a sub-aquatic vehicle which was to explore the sea bottom in quest of sunken treasure. The pilots were Carl Johnson and Harvey Osberg-fViking blood!D And Ruth Armstrong had a little office all her own. She was private secretary to the President of the U. S. A., Lawrence Youngquist CUnemployed Sailors' Alliancej. Kathryn Tarbox was wrapping a dainty package in her lingerie shop on Fifth Avenue in New York. Arthur Patterson was in France, teaching Fencing in a fashionable girls' school. Katherine Ward was married to a wealthy Scotch laird. Bonnie Kate was wintering in Miami so she could live in her bathing suit feb and save rent. Elsmore Delong sat wrapped in figures. He was trying to estimate the number of herring inhabiting the waters near Norway in 1940. Harry Hoffman and Blanche Johnson were touring Europe with the World Symphony Orchestra. Lillian Marsh had given to English IV classes, the fruit of seven years toil. It was a translation of Webster's Standard Unabridged Dictionary into Chaucer for English IV poets. Alice Nelson was superintendent of Minneapolis kindergartens. Nineteen

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