Humboldt High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Humboldt, SD)

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,,.?,,3W1,i g' 'K Il ' -Lu-'.,L,,,, Q11 0, f X ,Haag 1939X I l , .,-..Y,,-.v Y.-f-V . K -1, , V' -V .UW-.. X 5.1 4""' WW ff X597 0 f W1 A l ,4r-,fax fun Wi fflxyi , 5 ' ...Fi g E ' fn- ' .-.- ,,A - ll' . - '1 ,lf ' 'ffk FN Ft 1 ' '- -' , gk. 1 1111 1 -1 'JSXV ff4ci,::'1j 3' --W 1 -- X5 , ,,f.,, 1 WP Qx - FIFTY YEARS Q , - i N '3 W f, 'X X 5 'X C. X X I I , RN-5Mx:l..."I ggx fl ll , XFX X!!-.TL -Q :L -QL A X .E A!fN Ns 5..-x N i. ,P 'Y 1- .,-, V WNY-v-. Y 1-If ' PRUGRESS THE HIGH S HOGL PUBLISHED BY SKUDENTS Of HUMBQLDT SCJUTI-I DAKOTA 1939 s,- , 51. .3 ,, 3 L ,HBE DEDXCA NGN We feel that it was through the untiring ef- forts of our oar- ents that we have been able to attend and be graduated from this school. To show our aopreciationin a smaU.degree we dedicate this annual to our par- egg? of-f ' huimusa.,-me-L--me -A 4- J--' - ' - J" ' N 'M A A FOR EWORD It is the desire of the Pioneer staff to port- ray the activities and student life of Humboldt High School. We hope that in future years this book will bring back pleasant memories of the school life which meant so much to us.If in reading this an- nual some memories are revived, our aim will have been accom- plished. .. .vans-uuuunw, Y f S6014 .1 OF X . - QQ? T 'NTS FXDMXNIS TR A WGN CLASSES QRGFX NIM TXONS SCHOOX KW 9 ADMER WSWS ,,,a.A,.L,,,,A..,,,A, . , W... ,....,.- ., , ,. . . . .. , , . . W- , f M.. 4' , A. f w y . ? . 0 "" v'--q-vo-nn' 1' 1' 'Q 5 -.M 2 5, 4 -z - 1 , f - 1 'S 3- "Q 'L s 1 fi , Aw " z S 1 ' xi ' 1- s 5' "., 9 4 f' Q F "XX 4' K Vx x as . KX ' ,Z X if ! X H 1 3 X . Rf XX g K 2 S' l W W X 3 ADMlN5STRf5xTl CN '1 ,"1tr'1H ' C.. '--ww: S if x.: M ffxeuirf 1 - i Prine ley C lege, Colle ipal, B. A. Degree, Val- ity State Teacher's Col- Menxato State Teachers Sf- H 6 4 Q f Herman Hunter 7 ,' Superintendent, B. S. f , Degree, Eastern Nor- mal,Colorado College. 1 Basketball Team, Ind- ' ustrial Arts. Walter Green I I 1 l Civics, Sociology, Band, Am- erican History, World History . , ' vw k I, . ,Ll X 4 g fg J ef,-1 x N iq'xyJ-I-dig J ' 5 . J, llkx X '!i1JqAiyLenore Fick . If X Home Economics I R II, Gen- A16 Mft Degree, State College. X D yi , 'f 4 f eral Science, English. v I Elmer Kastner B.A.Degree, Wartburg College, St. Paul Luther College. Typing, Bookkeeping,ShorthanQ Business Law, Economics. W Lgxwwkffv W ew AMW WL ?4,-4-I V ,"' Z,g,WWg, T Y X Q n gs Ri S 'R Y I tl" K .1l:'f '5?55:':Q I i Hx' I ' ,. X ORF' M... MMM vdllfflewf- - .... ,. -A ,.-J , -f-.... - - - ' , , Y - -- .-- ff-f:,--- Gerda Rasmussen B. A. Degree, August ana College. 'CF' English II, III Q IV, Glee Club,Journalism. 3 Lois Rose 19 B. S. Degree, State College. Algebra, Biology, Physics, Geometry. K9 OF EDUCA T IO N wwf Officcrs President ------------------- F. W. Sohievelbein Vice President --------------------- F. K. Kumpf Clerk --------------- ------------ D. J. Masters Treasurer -------------------------- W. F. Gable . Manbfrs E. B. Lias F. K. Kumpf E. A. Tilgner C. O. Tweed F. W. Schievelbein 'JO Wy' i MM X an X 9 8 x dv' 3 M x U Q ffl A A ! l' . x 9k , 6 Q' y' A f H M ' , I, 1, 5 M ,' 3 I I . " XV 4 I N f' f f k ... 1 V' N' ' Cb-. 5- ' we ' x f N Wi ' A ! I lfq, I ,I Xjiwfifiif fQff'fy'x3QX SENiORS A Vi ff "rf.,,:,gw.f-:ggi-S--s N . L ' ,Ng A, Q J X 1-4 f g,,,,h Lf4f+,f34ii:.1wf"N5' ff: .42 1215 fi: 5,5 ,M , -,ff ' A fx 1 C g11Mf ' ,jff Wl'li,l1v1.,:1,Ql?E1 if -,7',--fr-- -, t..-envy.- :ggi ., 1 L Mi sv - - - '-xX.L,:Di Nf'a -'V . ,LN if + ' N1 xx N ,Af , MM-- - -cwwrlvffvw f-f Wfem-1.ve1w'Hvu- wwwn-0-W-w-W W-nf. ,av f A A xl! 3 of 'M' . . .S L ,Q M ,Q haf 4 I I 1 fl CLASS COLORS Old Rose and Silver CLASS MOTTO Today we followg tomorrow we lead CLASS FLOWER Rose CLASS GIFT Twenty-five dollars toward the purchase of a V Trophy Case. '15 Vin 1 .,r ,Q f' f D fl Clliu 3'x.,f' - '1 Q' H ,-- A.: Ai " -- fl- W fr.r,,,1 ,, , 4-3 fa f-1 , -My.. NH N 1 riffs K U? ,4 -" Y ,DWL - X yfqfhsn.. N, N 1 .0 X M Class Advisor--Mr . Green new X CLASS OFFICERS President--Hobart Lias ,iq Vice-President--Dorothe Dubbe Secretary and Treasurer--Eva Ideker ge is Hobart Lias Secretary and Treasurer, 15 Vice-President,23 President, 45 Band,l, 2, 5, 43 Pioneer Staff,5,4gJournalism,45NGolf 'QR xx- Champn,53HHeart ExchangeN,4. 4, if v s X J' W ,ripe Q4 A44 QLLJCJ4 f J ff L Q-7 ,,. 1 , A, :VJ Q, lifpafwfp Q MJL Afdgfxlhz adbgf 1ifVWL' ?V 1 1 My ff 04.4.21 57 'afizfa VVVMXLQ Tiwllffu D01-Curie Dubbe Lfilgmow WE Q5 Glee Club 1 2 3 4'sextette ,Q k.. 4 322.91 2 2,3,45 Pep Squad,3,43 Journ- .4 a1ism,33 Pioneer Staff, 2,33 ,W 1 Editor of '39 Pioneerg Sec- f retary and Treasurer,25 Pre- sident of Home Economics 4 Club,25Vice President,45D.A. R. Representative,43WE1merU 5 23 "The Heart Exchange", 4: as J If 4 X LJ 6 X, Eva Idewer -Wee ,Lu ,l,Q:Q,4, A SQUZd,5,AjS9Xf6tCE,2, 5,4gQueex o, Carnival 25+ecretary'er6 Treas- f 1 N x 3: 1 I !' g I , K. , ,r K- Y 'Q ,L x W ln, Qf lr. x x -v 1' 51,54 lp J I ink 'va 53 ':' .Pep f 6 1 I urem,43 hGolf Champn, 53FFIigHEH,5g Pioneer, i Staff, 45 nTne Heart g Exchangeu, 4., l ff f ' X' on f 4 4 fe f of we 1 0 f - iff .fer -4Yf'f ' 47? A, ff - f -Lf I I XV,-'nj X kg I r fl I hifi, K 7' " 4 Lklf fvbftff . L1f1N3fU'fk2 -5 f ' 5 Jlu '7 f. 'e?I,f! f ' L ' ' ' ,rf- ff 146 fc, ,7.,,,.fLf riertryfey 511115 j " ' l Basketba1l,l, 2, 3, 43 Base- ball, 3, 45 Pioneer Staff,4. I ' If 4 ,h4LCf,h4mdw fb qyq, f' O 1 . M Glfvw I, fyv I I xx ,T f,A5L gig?-ghpwmzf X72-AAAA 3 f.L,u.,f-LJ N X q - . Arvid Clemensen Baseball,l, 2, 3, 45 Pioneer Staff,2, 5, 45 Debate, 3, 43 President, 53 Journalism, 35 Editor of Hi Crier,45Basket- ball, l,2,3,43 HMama's Baby BoyU,l,NGolf ChampW,3gUCr1me ConsciousU,45UGallant Laiyn, 43 Declam,43 nElm6Fn,QQ HThe Heart ExchangeH,4. l Carlyle Eisenberg 1 I f , . Q A K 4444.44 f -4 415 3 F, '1 Pioneer Qtaff,4g HCrime Con sciousn 4. 4 ' f I I ,rc-I f x , qv" - LW 5 -,LV I7 i A J, . be X f , ex f1':lf I X l I f -f..- wav--. --1 v .1f""'.xbq .,.,..-.. e ,f .1 lm"f' ' : g"i".n'v'1 X x X N ac-xx.-A: ll u I I Uh X Ag ' A X K 1 E D QXNXD X QAQKXX Nb-...,.f4" Y f K , .P ,Af 1 'V --f.-.-. . . ' 2-f'f!'4?5f ,. - ' ...--..-V WV: - .....1 ,- - - - V Lavon Fehlhaber Band,5,45Glee Club,1, 2,5,43 Sextette,2, 5, ' 45 Pep Squad, 5, 43 Pioneer Staff 5, 43 President,25 Declam, l,25WMamds Baby Boyn, lg Journalism,55 WThe Heart Exchangen, 4. P ? 523 1 P O K!! I 1 ,IA L Marvin Groeneveld HThe Heart Exehangen, Louise Hentges 4 . E . A - ? M fN-,O.p,J'2n.f7q,g7' ZWQUYU wr P " :Pg CJ . . .,-'A n QAM! ..,fafy'.,f, 4,1 2,62 L, " Rl. 'x Ada Kluck Journalism, 43 Declam,2,3,43 Pioneer Stmff,43Pep Squad,4. 4 ,exfvr . X X ,I xy NJ L 1 x , .'V " off 159 .kiwi . + . A111 14WM'9 f V-'fp ' 3 " ,,.,,,.,sf"' NGo1f ChampU,53 UCrime Cons eiousu, 43 Pioneer Staff,4, 4. Pioneer StTff,43 Pep' Smued '71'2,44, . Mffcf-'f"'!V ' f "I 4' " 3 '-4 ' 'Annu -X -ge , I +- Gertrude Kortman . Glen Club, ?,3,4g Pi- oneer Staff, 2,5, 43 'ii - Lneorleadcr, 3, 3, 43 V NGolf ChLmpN,lj Jour- Rf fi Qwjx X . 1 x 1 , 1,1 f, 1 1 I na1ism,43 NElmerW, 23 HThe Heart Exchangen, 4. Kermit Kruse NMerry DeathW,33 NStep on it Stann, 23 Pioneer Staff, 4 AJfA,1NWNb1fMNMff N JAAKQ K. Qc' 2 X X x Qjlfxrv' X Curtiss Larson M, If Baseball,5,4, Pli?ZjZf?f5gblQ 4. , r J ,my' N L f w,+?'M VLi,f.,-' 4 i ' x 1 VN "E ,, Q 1 aw X- 5' - I , . K ' X TN .-Q,u-71Nk" Batie Lewin Baseba1l,Z,45 Pioneer Staff, 43 Basketball,l,25WTheHeart N ExchangeW,4. r I9 7 IE- 3 L ...-. , Z' j 1- -? NPy'j7i:j M ' 'f ll J 4 J"l.'.3".- X N Q U X Lxlixl I r ,x, Y i .X N f ' Xxx! x! j7 xQTX'f t -, Eldon Munce ,vl' ' M Pioneer Staff 4 I X flqlj tl - .px 1 Xxx ,M M, I A 5 V 'flfliu M, -V X.-' X . I kj if 1 4, lNmvW'VJohn O'HaraL Exchange,U 4. Hay Peters z,4, Debate, 5,43 Band .E,NCrime ConsciousU4g WGa chengen, 4. M id x mf ' I 11-,I If 'f 1' N . . UH XM 4' , ElDh8'SChlQVQlb8lH lu ,U ' fb , 1 F . F ,ff R., if-'Glee Cdlub, l,ff',zi,4jV Ploneer A jljh ,lJ'x 'fgSQQfQ,l?,Z,4g Pep Squad, z, ff .,Pq W- f3g4j Student Council, ljS2C- s ln f ,J if retary T1jeasurer,53 Journal- x , y',,ism, 45f5extette, 43 WMama'S ll b' l' Baby KBoy, lg HElmerH, S, fepf ,F gf HGolf'ChempU, 33 NThe Hear? J j' l b if' 'ExQhangeU, 4. .bf LJ!-I ,fx ' 'iq fx xfl "" ,ku . ,Mu Lf- L. ,J 5 K ff ry , -' A Basketball, 2,o,43 oaseball, 3,43 HCrime Cnnsciousn, 45 Pioneer Staff, 4j HThe Heart Baseball, l,2,2,45 Basket- ball, l,5,E,4g Journalism, l Dec1rQ.m,2,.5,4, Pioneer stiff, 3,44 HErightW,33NGolf Chamoy 1- lant Ledyy 45 WThe Heart Ex- l nj . A Y Y- V 4 A'1",'-L F" A' fx. . , ,pf-4 i wyf jg , I ' - ir. Y, ,-:V -...'.g,.,, Sylvia Theel Glee Club, 13 Pioneer Staff 4 PeppSquad. dj C ip' ,yivwfyx Mf1Q!MMKjxV,y P wyyXQf v -Q f ,N .ln ff vx,ffJyY HV! F Wy Aj' 'V' V -,. L 5. my Mary Tinkham jnnx Pyxfikj ice President,55 Glee Club, Wp0QfMwPf,J I ,2,5,43 Pioneer Staff, 2,5, 9 ,H3? vmsypyf ' 43nGolf ChQmpU,55 Declam, 1, My wg! Q1,2,5,45"rnQ Heart Exchange" 4. M V' N 1 2, Journali m, 4, Gextette, Eunice Wuertz Glee Club, 1, .25 Pioneer Staff,,4. 1-,..,,.i. . ...--n-n-:npr nf- . . J . -'QQ' P 1 x 2321? R , Z5 Jfffwf eekee QMMJ rr W ' ' ig-JJMLZZZ gieco Q49fi4Q QAAALQXAML, undef F 6e14+vokX' fJiALAf? Q 5 I Gene Zimmer Pioneer Staff, 4. Q, P ffrf . As A, x' Aff 'J f il XJ! L f 1 f Q f Basketball,2, 5, 45 Band,lQZ H Til , ' .. Q Ll xi I ,ff 1 N .f ! I If ' A f ff bf '.:i 1 if A ' 'Q ym.-.X l ge 'xxjlng th' .g - f"" f, 45, ,eg , X "Qs"-51' w 1 K ' fl I f W ' ' O02 ET' ...,., J, - .,. ., ., ,-,,.v , . ,,.,,.,.,, ...,.fY- ,-,..n,.- H 1 g 4 H . Juw' q ak ' A, H LQJXYH W , 5 Qwgmwfffw . ' ' " .qgffi Z my -K A f B37 ,S 5. 1 ' UV A Q fgftgix Q Nl M Q 3 Mgimy b,1s2f,2'5',, J . -X f' ' I 'jf' 5 Q ? 'XX U it-Xcyvif O 353 9421 6 1 Q 55+ +K9qmiY9'K" ' wus-so H aim Xgwixx sqgjfev ' "W " tliqwl lin ' 1' ' ' H pq' ' A ' P li HJ, -I , 1 , r. L , A. ,Tr-'A L L r 'fg.,fi',,Qg1 gwqizl' 4 SENIOKS is 'Ffh , 3 C 4 H , ftfffh 5' In the fall of '35 we were forty-one xXxXXxNiiiuLg,!?,f!! timid and uncertain students enrolling as Freshmen in Humboldt High School. We were , greeted with a three-day initiation, but we were soon able to adjust ourselves to the routine of school life as we entered whole-heartedly into school affairs. Elpha Schievelbein, Arvid Clemensen,and Lavon Fehlhaber were chosen in the cast of the High School Play, WMama's Baby Boyn, given that year. Mary Tink- ham represented our high school in the humorous divi- sion in the District Declamatory Contest at Valley Springs. Arvid Clemt sen, Ray Peters, Jerry Buus, and Batie Lewin became members of the basketball squad. We also had our fun, sponsoring eight class parties with Mr. Tiede, and his HGliderN, supervising. Rachel Get- zin was our president. The fall of '56 found thirty-five of the forty- one Freshmen of the previous year reenrolling as Soph- omores, chosing Lavon Fehlhaber as president. -Those who left our group from the previous year were: Mike 0'Dea, George Dreyer, Archie Wasner, Venola Crippen, Wayne Smith, and Lavonne Larsen. Miss Nellie Storsve was our adviser and under her leadership we sponsored a successful all High School Hallowe'en party. Several class parties were also held, but our enthusiasm waned from last year's eight. Twenty-six classmates again returned to be Jun- iors,now feeling a little more sophisticated and grown up. WThe Golf Champn, our class play, presented under the direction of Miss Lois Cruickshank, proved to be a huge success. From the proceeds of our play, plus the strenuous efforts of the class members in selling can- dy at various school activities, we entertained the Seniors and Faculty at the annual Junior-Senior Ban- quet. Arvid Clemensen acted as our president and Miss Rose as our supervisor. Those Sophomores who failed to return as 'Juniors were: Martha Dreyer, Mary Dresch, Grant Parker, John Parker, Rachel O'Hara, Fred Schult, Ursula Even, Mar- garet Hinrichs, Marcella Meyer, Hulda Peterson, and Louise Hentges. f's- .435 1 4 1 3 S A 1 1 i 1 3 2 . . 4 1 ' Sh" ,' ld ' , an .1 N Y "' r"" - 1- -1 .4- ....-.,. ,Q . 'M Last fall twenty-two students act- ,a,, . ed the part of dignified Seniors ---- the Yi sg X .VH . filterings of the forty-one who entered , N four years ago. We were sorry to lose 7 tee' X' Rachel Getzin, Bob O'Hara,Jean Goodbarn, ' I x 1 X I X X B Ks X Q, XX .QQQTNff! Enoch Johnson, and Florence Czerney from sT5i3i5fV last year. However,one of our former class- - mates,namely,Louise Hentges,returned to grad- uate with us. Hobart Lias was elected as our president and Mr. Green was our superviser. As has been the custom in the past years we again undertook the task of editing the annual year-book, NThe Pioneeru, which we presented to the public along with a program on Senior Class Night, May ll. On May 4, our Senior Play, WThe Heart Exchangen, was given. On April 29, we were guests at the Junior-Senior Banquet given in the school auditorium. Baccalaureate services were held May 7, with Rev. Kumpf delivering the address. We took the customary Senior Sneak Day on April 26, which was held at Garretson and Dell Rapids. Commencement Exercises held on May 15 proved to be the finale of our High School Days. The speaker of the evening was Hr. Fort, Principal of Washington High. Out of the twenty-two students who graduated this year, we are proud that nine of these have been class- mates throughout their twelve years of school life. They are Dorothe Dubbe, Ray Peters, Arvid Clemensen, Lavon Fehlhaber, Gertrude Kortman, Elpha Schicvelbein, Hobart Lias, Sylvia Theel, and Eunice Wuertz. From our insignificant Freshman days to our now chgnified Senior days our class has had perfect sports- manship and harmony in anything we have undertaken and we have put our best efforts into all of our accom- phshments. As we graduate we have a deep joy of havingx accomplished many things, but mingled with it is the' still deeper sorrow, that of leaving and bidding a last farewell to our school days and classmates at'dear old Humboldt Hi. HONOR STUDENTS Lavon Fehlhaber.... .....96 Hobart Lias.............94 Dorothe Dubbe.... ....96 Elpha Schievelbein......94 Arvid Clemcnsen.... ....94 Mary Alyce Tinkham......9O 144 nl 1 ,. ,a u, i- F,-J 1 , . 'Q 5- 9 -NFA f 1 A I 1 1"-gi'-'QL-Q f " 'Q we . . .4 -4f.,s'55f:af:+ 1 A - --1' J 95 f. H- avi: . .lb-. 1 '- , 4 " , pl' nie? 'ff FEE? -,,, If " if V n ' W .-I' W 5 h 7' xr'- X ff3??3:' 1 aiff...-f' - . " J ' x 1 - , V U, Ji., .L 5 Y,l'fi-iw v ual., fl, x -A,,Edw::,,, 1 -f' . . 2. M ., V , 22-qf,.-.ffi if L w -. r 6'- urrw 1 . Lf' 4,.., I .. ,rr Y - .iff ,-.ff-4:4!f- , . - 5 q',f!..1 eg' ,:yy,ff?Af?f?5fbfs. 1 fT!fff'f!!e1ii'g1k w, ,'-'JL-?ff..5f'zf:" HT' - ,allen ':-lA!-qixkigliggii, a '5F4gEw!iE1k1V'f5e3Z'if ' -5.'!?x'X!xi2't9s:2,ani-see "V f5'.1iaL!,1.wXge-,' -J - X 1,.,,m:Jz:-1 xi. " ,- fv.--QS .,. . .qw ,, N , ' f',:,.::4Q: j, 11 f,..5'ig V,,:f?TQi'jg,gjiEQigiig4 msg , !ggl:'i-':R,Hv:l1-1,3364-I V Q LEE: ggmn vy- J' fb, ' - " g,- A A I- - , ,-,., een, f- , . -ve-L -' Y 1 fr fi ff 'q'7?"'-"""',f'A"r11'?i7 ft""tar"'irT'f1Tf'f 'QW ' VJ' L a rraG dew! ' 1 ' J JUNIQIQS ff G-Tm -fp X n 3 N, I f L F ,. F' H X ,Za I I NIJ J G l F Q a ., ,,, 1 A 1 . 5 . 'I' 5 Q--A. , 'X :Dain Pr, i Z rf , Hfiff X J R - bf I Wy X . . J J, , ., VI, 1 Q , " fif- , H 1 i i ., J K M' I ,V f' jr.,-. ,D P Y 1 L., V .Lf ff I , J W 006' W '. ' J" ' Back row: Peter Gortmeker, George Jorgensen, Edward Ettledorf, Miss Hose, Cleve Eno, James Schevelbein, Donald Lofsvold. Third row: Hollis Larson, Robert Holmberg, .Edward Hartle, Patricia Kapaun, Glenn Ketcham, lla Pippett, Martin Gilmore. Second row: Inez Friske, Donald Schaufler, Gertrude Webster, Dorothy McDonnell, Berdine Buus, Lois Harden, Verniquc Reecy. First row: Veronica Mangan, Juanita Manges, Mildred LaPierre, Irene Hansen, Marcella Fox, Dorothy Bunning, Patricia Buchheim. k I, fs P , Q f .3 ' N y ,X , X 5 4 ' 4 I X ' '5 fi Q' L . X b -.. ' x 'X Q! i ' , ll :A K N, Q X . Q vi V A If R f , 3 ,Qi ' 53 V ' . 'f .aj , 1 -U D Q .-Q: 0' X r I 5 qynunnnnnds x JJP Ji ,I .'r . ,111 ,Srl NTT 3. N .Q5 Q, 1' J If ff N x xx-,X P 1 P N re-,-,-.r ..f ,,,.p,,.fg 'Q .W 'J f ' -uv 1 ., W ' ' ' ' ' , ' ,l , ' ' Z' ' ' -P c za f- f r' P ' one ' 1 in ! -J ' 5 L E v 5 'E P. z E P i A V V. k. t it it r T L- The graduating class of 1940 now has 28 members. The class lost none of its pupils, but welcomed one, Irene Hansen of Beresford, who enrolled in March. Shortly before Christmas a farewell party was given, honoring Ila Pippett, who moved to Brandon,So. Dak. However, lla returned to Humboldt to finish the term. A three-act play, NHobgoblin Housen, directed by Miss Rasmussen, was presented on March 30. This play was given during the second semester, instead of the first, as was usually done, because of the four one- act class plays that were given in October. The pro- ceeds of this play were used to sponsor the Junior- Senior Banquet. The Banquet was given on April 29, and was art- istically designed to represent a Japanese garden scene. The decorating for this banquet was super- vised by Miss Rose who was ably assisted by the fol- lowing committees: Decorating Committee: Gertrude Webster, Chairman, Lois Harden, lla Pippett, Veronica Mangan, Peter Gortmaker, and Mil- dred La Pierre. Entertainment Committee: Vernique Reccy, Cleve Eno, and Dorothy McDon- ell. Menu Committeegg Pat Kapaun, Pat Buchheim, and Dorothy Bunning. 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' Dv Agri-,f . - . ,' II C54 1 'nn ,-1 fx., r' M ,nfyoffl Qi p4?4,,,NA1L.HL,VAi ,CZ!,,W0rWf 'A i ha V X .h ,JJ , I, L, D , 4 I 1 M 1-bf,ef i lk B .i. ' 1 If-Q 496 I f if . 'LN V4 V ll h LL-,A Q!',VA,,f0fv X '14 li J Back row: Bonnibelle Tritz, Yerke Larson, Stinley 'ML Zimmer, Mr. Kastner, Bernard McCoy, Leighton Larson, Betty Wagner. Third row: Betty Hentges, Dann Moore, Mervin Erickson Betty Dow, Angeline O'Hara, Lorraine Masters. Second row:Venis Larson, Marilyn Kruse, Lillian Dubbe, Thomas LaPierre, Marcella Manges, Luray Schievelbein, Velda Waters. First row: Catherine Harden, Howard Wuertz, Durwood Buchheim, Lewis Hanisch, Anna Kruse, Royce Schaufler. na' -j x X-I J-v-., , ' 5 ' AJ- x H1 , , - -,..i1Y,.1 ' -- - -- A - .,, Wh, , 'Jn' H . ' Y ' ng: "ri 1,11 1.... , 5091-lomofaas Twenty-eight students enrolled as xx Sophomores last fall, but Laurice Erie 15,1 dropped out during the second six weeks period, leaving twenty-seven. The Soph- omores are under the supervision of Mr. Kastner this year. .H '4.'z'? ml: ff7,fu:.l x X . .YQQH X UU 1' l 5 x The class sponsored two parties, the first was an all high school Halloween Party, for which everv- one dressed in old clothes or costumes. Prizes were awarded to the boy and girl most cleverly dressed. They were Ruth Kadinger and Arvid Clemensen. The other, a skating party, was held in January at the Harden home. Skating, Chinese Checkers, and cards made up the evening's entertainment. Class Officers C President ------------------------------- Yerke Larson Vice-President ------------------------- eBetty Wagner Secretary ----------------------------- T-Bonnie Tritz Treasurer ------------------------- Luray Schievelbein Class Adviser ---------------------- Mr. Elmer Kastner -f'-'-h-lu-e-- ' W I.-'eww-.4 Y, 5, ,Mu mn. ' ww f FW - , ff, W - ,. -..,,. . ,, ,,,, 4, . ,M FRES1-WEN I ,. if Q 5, f,-' - ' ' x ff' Y"" If if ff ' 3 A ,, , 2 S , 1 ,.f' ZZ, 14.99 --F5 7:7135 thafallm :fw- Fffv , Q,- ry ,V .5 I -,+'.!,5,l . rye, Q . -2 A V.. e . I 3 4 f 'P 5 -, f. i if ef f 4- EF' Q v L ., 'f E ,f 45:-ff - , ,Y5,J,L,. ,- v 4, 1- 4' ' '.-- V ,A Y br. l s 7' A .A 3 2' , . ,N 1, i.. T9 Q. ' : .,.. ,A VI, A ' 3' , 3 fa. ,T n dy,- 1 Q: ., w,,g,.iq , , ,.-l . .v-,. ,. .i".- 1. . N Q za Q . 323 A W1-1 , aw k: 3 Qrffxss wi?" Rig - Ly , , ,l if K ' 'Za- 'L4 .. . . if ., -bas, my ': . W ,L . 5 uw. . , 5 1 --1-1 'S u 'v-.- . wan.-.,, 12: , ,. ,A,.,q5'lq,V . 45,-V sgl-f-W -"- e. X F' V XE, ' Sie NYM I, MN gf? A q.?i Ai 1 etrix . . - ' fy . ZW.. MM 2M-M2 4 1 .V Furl" ' 'z ' Wm . -Q n APHA ,J ,-4 "' n A . 13 il' :I """"'- aF'45r-'H-w ' '-3.4 5 "-+1 -em. -ff' .W 1' ':'x5?f'f' , . ww, ' ff- -WML!-iQ My , ti , U 1 ,Kg Y 1' f 77' a a ig2'9fZx V fe E? 'MW YPXMJL V 6, g-,ww vm "'pk!fY"1T ,UUAVV Nj V f N-uwxwi ik, ,I 'H K - . I if-at LX. 1..,'y'Xk! gf 1 ,xsa Mijigfffsf' rr tkfi X V fx 4- XWETSN W vi rA5orl1flQN S ,P - 1 Afilxlj y'-.xxnxzf 'J ,rf V 'Q C 6 M jd ', A A'. - jf' 'XiQXXt?7ffjlf Y - ' Al .. q ' ',lQ '1, WMM- VA-!f,4frL9?f4ff ff f I 1 Q! d. Xfjfvl-4 fifty . ' M ,Le . S , 4, v 1 . L. ' WL WN 1 ' QffL"f tzlf5WfK gal fff1L!' '!'AX f xv 5 " F Ct Jmffzv ' fra fffdf P 4?hVN4x 1 N, 'V V n 9 r . ,, 'IV , fv ny J ' lr y J, W ! U I K 'W I ,lv f , J fJ,y1,L,i-A, JJVN Back row: Armilda Martin, Norman Hanson, Orv'lle Erickson, Miss Fick, Harvey Kortman, Delores Hanisch, Gerald LaPierre. Third row: Dorothy Johnson, Arlene Tvedt, Donna Even, Laurel Hanson, Joan Groeneveld, Marguerite Jorgenson, Doris Kumpf. Second row: Lavonne Chalberg, Lorrel Larson,Margaretta Dahman Melvin Nutt,Connie Boles,Darrel Ketcham, Helen Beck, getty Even. First row: Roy Beck, Dorothy Even, Kenneth Lewin, Ruth Kadinger, Janet Ideker, Nuel Larson, Felix Spielmann. "1-1' 3.1 1 ,, . K, ,.n,..i..4., .+V .41 N! . X H , 4, Y I ftx L I LY h .,..., 1 I 7, QT, .J N454 ' J6U,all:u X X x Q 1, Nh. X Q' n' l x F l -cancun-anim-4 nc. ff--1 ,raw gr-,f L i. W-,.Y,! . gl i 'np-If rn ,W Y- Y as FKESHMEN Twenty-nine students enrolled as 1..- Ngzqgff Freshmen in Humboldt High School last fall. Later in the term Ray Miller and Arnold Heidemann withdrew, leaving twen- ty-seven. However, one new pupil, Laurel Hansen, enrolled in March. A high school welcome party was given hutheir honor on Sept. 15, 1938, at the school house. Under the direction of Miss Fick the class en- tered the play,NLittle Oscarn, in the one-act play contest, held in the school auditorium. Lavonne Chalberg, Janet Ideker, Ray Miller,and Felix Spiel- mann comprised the cast. Six students participated in the Gym Exhhntion namely Connie Boles, Doris Kumpf, Joan Groeneveld, Ruth Kadinger, Lavonne Chalberg, and ArmUda.Martin. l 1 l ' l :f i ,JU r-V -1- hfrlfa- -.lf - ----f--f-H M Wgpm Q I fzgfx lg 1 or 27V'X7' X 1-xg f9e'EI - . . :fr .H-L., . .,.,.,. X W MQ QR , L 1 ' ' I M U X if q K i f B . .:' 3f:, ' ' 'L X Q l .I bg? , ',,,:.Q - btul QRQfxf wi M 'QMS X 1 ,+ 1 4 L...-.' an' ,f 'f ' ' ' "nqf,g..u ..a.,4,.-L., N U IC ,Q mu' . Ly U? f N U L., , A- : ..--.', ,V . N,,,1v H ,.,,, . I : H 4 , . ji ' ,ni + f :me Q .4 - -""""' .H qv ,xi WL. ,. F ' :g5.Wi'7'.3 Q nf., -Q' f 'Q f. 5 'rf 2, X Q Q4-4.f p ,. - , - . - ,- ., wx, . 3 - , ,- v. lk." f 1 J . -v, , .- 5 wt K . ., , yn ' wr' Wymq ?e I L 7, ZWVQFJV It 'V 74' f " i , i fgiggii iffiglgg -X -TH LQ .- , J X, ' Nw Awjf ' 1,7Wf QQ xqq 1 w, fly!" , fl! X 5 f V. f Mpabfll iD K xl! W fi' if -f VW X I 6 H! X- "Ma, 'jighe first fear of its leadership un- tri 5, fag fr MH der the direction of Mr. Walter Green has 1 placed the Humboldt HighSchoo1 Band on high artistic standards. The pep band, which played for basketball games and at the tournament, was organized at the beginning Qcontinued on page 453 4 'X Clarinetsz Betty Wagner, Berdine Buus, Robert Holm- berg, Bernard McCoy, Marguerite Jorgenson, Winngfpgd Kumpf. Cornets: Catherine Harden, Donald Lias, Jimmy Wuertz, Billy Wilck, Edward Hartle. Baritone: Hobart Lias. Derwood Bughheim, Bass Horns: James Shevelbein, Howard Wuertz. ,,Trombones: Venis Larson, George Jorgensen. Alto: Yerke Larson. Saxophone: Martin Gilmore. Drums: Lavon Fehlhaber, Lillian Dubbe, Luray Schic- velboin. 4 'I GJ 94 fs lg V nf ffikql '30, 5 ' li" , ,J L tk- 2 N Fi r T ,, 41 ...-v , Y .-f" ,Z .- . J 4 fu' . 5-r ,..,,,, CJ w Q IJP1 flfI,ciK'5 ,4 v ,'-.'.. -J-, .1 2467 .knit ixx N X fo.-saw i X Nil 7 ff X,.,,,j Sf 7, XY mil u Back row: Bonnibelle Tritz, Delores Hanisch, Lnry Tinkhnm, Dorothe Dubbe, Betty Wagner, Patricia Kapaun, Ila Pippett. Second-rowr Lavon-Fehlhaber, Connie Boles, Lorraine Masters, Betty Dow,Berdine Buus, Doris Kumpf,Gcrtrude Kortman, Mis: Rasmussen. First row: Janet ldeker, Eva Ideker, Betty Even, Lil- lian Dubbe, Lavonne Chalberg, Mildred LaPierre, Elpha Schievelbein. -11-1-q---.-1- The Glee Club was organized shortly after school opened last fall, and has proven to be one of the main interests in extra-curricular activities. The Club,com3osed of twenty-tuo members, has been under the direction of Miss Rasmussen. Bonnie Tritz has been the accompanist. The Girls competed in the district contest held at Madison, on April 21, with the selection NWere You There?W, arranged for a cappela, by Burleigh. 42 W l A .l' 5554 ENE. ff if M F XJ! 1' ffef xg s I t 2 -- ,J . My g Mk g A .3 1 J I M L if L ox T A E, dJ ,M-aUy JjalpW.J, 1 Top row: Lavon Fehlhaber, Dorothe Dubbe, Mary Tinkham Fyllur 4 , S First row: Elpha Schievelbein, Eva Ideker, Mildred La my 3 A Pierre. 3 l , 1 , , A A vocal ensemble consisting of six members of the girls Glee Club competed in the district music contest at Madison and were rated in Division II Qexcellentb, with the selectionNCrusadcr's Hymnn QBeautiful Saviorj , arranged by Wick. The number was sung a cappella. The group also sang for severalofthe spring act- ivities, such as the Junior-Senior Banquet and Bacca- laureate. M .1 ............. f 5 .U 5 1 5 i 5 C t' 1 fr C 41 of the year, and igelgggoollggngqags organized the week 4 preceding Christmas. i 1 I On Mar. 25, the band attended a song festival held Q at Bridgewater. The selections they played were: UThe Village Chapelu, UMarilynH, and NMarch Gnu. In the eve- 3 5 ning, three members of the band, namely, Catherine Har- j den, Hobart Lias, and James Schievelbein, played in the 3 mass band. Donald Lias also played a cornet solo. Z T 4:5 Q Q 6 c3QaA??5s ff M fvwgiwg 'fy 4 J If AJ X v ' Wfiv' l I 1 4 :- fwe,12'f.rH.,5f.u-f,Q.i1:mz.TA4a'gf4i'-w1nL1f 1 qw - mdk afmdbfvfwf Qpllffffiicof' ' A SPQRTS N4w Q5jf, WW ,Af 6? D 1 . ,, 4, I 4 k' ,aM,,,7 f ,A is ,rj ' It W " lil ,AM ' X F f-.,. in A A 1' 1, K J "" ax ,zfxwf 'x., X 14' fl!" If on fff '-bgQgllji?XXXXN 1 X PJ Huff- PJ f 'CEQJM DADJXLYDALL 666-U11 E3 -'I F. v -J. I co ?"1'l'V DI' ,--. 1- .1-,, NON-CONFERENC Colton 24 Chester 5 Colton 12 Hartford 12 Sioux Falls College In- tra-Murals 25 Parker 15 Hartford 12 INVITATIONAL Hartford 58 Colton 10 Colton 17 Hartford 15 Q Salem Bridgewater Spencer Canistota Montrose Marion Spencer Canistota Montnose Salem Bridgewater Marion E Humboldt 22 W 21 N H H U 21 H Colman 31 Humboldt 17 Colman 22 Humboldt 22 47 .., 1 5' 'r fn' 'Q , , CONFERENCE 41 6 Humboidt 16 f 25 H 21 16 H 11 1 12 W 18 IQ 20 H 21 . 9 ll ' , is If 27 1 17 H 15 17 H 52 18 H 54 :Vi 2 H 29 - F 20 11 41 1 1 L Q .,, . 1'l , , 1 4 , : - ,. 7""WW r T. .-.-. -.- , ' 2 ' ' - ',.,A,e.,,, 13 2 "N" C ..,,,4 ,c1'.?f 17,9 'yymf. X fx Humboldt p QQH X A51 High School's ,K R jp 1938-Z9 Basket- H y U 7 J fi ball Campaign T 1 XiE5QQQfZf5' proved to be a ve- jEfi3'! ry successful one as Coach Herman Hunter's superiority piloted the team to 19 wins of the 25 games played. The team opened the season with a bad start by dropping their first encounter to Colton. Clemensen Buus After losing the second and 1 third games of the Conference to Bridgewater and Spencer res- pectively, they had a steady battle to remain in the race. The Comets won their second cnnuel invitational teurna- ment on January 2nd by defeating Colton and Hartford. In the first game the Colman quintet, after leading most of the gene, could not stand the last quarter rally of the Hartford Pir- ates and were defeated. Humboldt then went out to meet Colton and won- thus avenging the downfall they had received earlier in the season..Consolation honor went to Colman in a close and hard fought game while Hertford lost the finals to the Comets by the narrow margin of 22-15. The Comets swung back into conference play emerging tri- umphant from two tilts wuh the Marion Bears and Montrose:Irish. The Comets then played two -s preliminary g ane s ' at the Sioux T Falls Coliseum ' G3 N . , for Sioux Falls i'l-fi, College vs Dak- l ota Wesleyan. In the Erst en- counter the Co- mets met the Sioux FEHE Col- lege lntr1-Mur- als but were overpowered by a score of R3- Eno Kortman l4. D1 the gnc- T. La Pierre ' !.j oyc tilt the ' 1 x 'fl X flg' in A fr f J ,J 4 ..-fn ...-.i---............. 2 X .Q 1 -,-ff --f- -- ---at - T ,--- v Y a- ,fir ww X XX ff NX 1 . y I xi, G I Qmtmf' Iwglgil, , t Q 6 6 Comets played bxfb with the Parker x 47 Q quintet for the CX' ,ff I preliminaries of Xaxl' i the Sioux Falls r--' ,Il College Braves vs lV Phillips 66. The yy Comets won the game i 21-15. l . ' ' 1 ' The Humboldt High School 5 ,W , 4 won three consecutive games over Montrose, Hartford, and , Salem teams. 1 N 1 In a close and exchjng game the Comets overpowered by i the Bridgewater Wildcats, and they upset the Marion Bears 4, to end the Conference race. The only teams to hold a mar- gin over the Comets this season were the Canistota 'Hawks yi and Bridgewater Wildcats. I r ' 1 I T O U R N A M E N T ' After drawing a bye for the first round of District 22, Class B tournament at Bridgewater, February 25-24-25, the Q Comets were matched with the winner of the Montrose-Canis- tota game which was Canisfota. The Comets squared off with the Lawxs in a furious onslaught , H the Hawks lead- ' i ing through most I 'C-7 3 Cv H Q ' ' of the 'first half which end- ed an eleven for all tie. After the half the Hawks again obtained a lead which the Comets cadd not overtake before the game ended V A . . ' A 20-27. iii? Q n I . A -xx S -':,,,'.-g..,u ,. pix, ,, M W, i :T QR 5, , is 5 ' ..w lm. x m' Wi" X 1, 1 F y - 4 VXWDXQ JECCQND YEJXM X Kew:-5:7 XXw.ii:f' 1 The Humboldt High School's second team contained plenty of material for future high school lineups. Un- der Herman Hunter's coaching many promising players were developed for the next year's squad. They were defeated by some very strong teams, but managed to win once over every team except Bridgewater The team went strong at the first of the season but were eliminated from the race by losing to Bridge- water, Montrose and Spencer. The team also lost two non-Conference games to Chester and Colton. ji? 3. pgyggk M A vljf , f quired ' E f iff? 44 1' , of 4, nf- f- or s - ,far ' . ., ' ' 'r ' 1 ' 1 , ff"- J1-. in U D L-D", 'MJ I .li " ,-4 1' xmgqxx p I JpL Wy' gf , !- JXJX fy 1 A A 1 I VV, I 'Q Uxiqxaf f AK r xxit V A j !Jx ' li! , it f mf M fl px U L 6 ax of , ' ' 16 xx., 'vu7S-f'fk!-1' 1 , I ic If I I . MISVIVQ 'xo JA, 4 '. I I s . , f ,rF'W5i A2'v: A ,Q 5' X I I 5 v KKNQALVYYLNV . I I I I 1 f ' x 1 r , ff .L fv 7 , n , f r X ' YIM! px H f ' V JJ E' " I fn-v' U K lr ! 1 xh ,"d ,ii ' ,n . 1 ii fx' 1 .v, If ? ,. I , , ,f XA N , Lf Af " l I , I , 4' rf LL, , I The pep squad was reorganized this year under the management of Miss Ruth Voagen, who replaced Florence Hoseck of last year. The group, composed of about 40 girls, was again under the leadership of Gertrude Kortman and Bonnie Tritz. Wearing white blouses and dark skirts and ties, the girls made a pleasing appearance at the games, as they marched in formation drills to the accompaniment of the band. This organization has prompted school spirit and good sportsmanship among the students of H. H. S. H-H-U-ni-B , - , f g'gM?j'g'T' ' .fwvbw feline' is O-LWD--TZ pj HUMBOLDT! -We ff 1 XJIVJ A, , , lk 1 5-1 ww, 4 , y, A , . 1 - - 5 ir- ' Q r" P - DJ' J DJ' i i Xmas sk! Xa...,,,.,-f' P' 'X C r ' 'Xl I 'IH ..o ...4 ...A f f I," WI...-'Z lllnwip ,ulx',3H,. X X x LMQH X UU 1 W x f" X x N ,L -ff' n ,J-'L-Vnf1"ffk -'M 1, 1 1431 ,, V ,WU F f, The Humboldt High School baseball team had a rather unsuccessful season last fall, although they received capable and experienced management under the supervision of Coach Herman Hunter. Having a very small schedule of only four games, they came through victorious in one of their four cn- counters, losing to the Montrose and Canistota teams in very close and evenly matched games. SCHEDULE Sept. 16-Humboldt 7 Montrose 4 Sept. 25-Humboldt 7 Montrose 8 4 6 Sept. 29-Humboldt Canistota Oct. 6--Humboldt 4 Canistota 9 DLL' nW , ,.. , , n-,g-5.-y'-,,..,,..,. ,,,V-ff-ravi JCURNfXLlSlV X fx C f6N QXLL5 X9 5 LMA J f-,w 5 L Q J, J we NMJQ . 7 . - A x 5 , 9 :gin Q l 'I ' ' ' 1 4 .. , H ff' . -- ....:,.......s, -1- ,f ....... , HI-CKJEI4 STAFF X --ij 'N 'TH1 f if N X ,f Nx ' sf'!' X ' I x 'v-5 I f "' I 4 'I . ',f 41 W4. ',, 1 , ai , v v-w-..--f f, 1 . Q Editor-in-chief-- Assistant Editor- Editorial writers Sports ----------- News -Q----------- Feature ---------- Class Notes ------ Grade Notes ------ Library Notes ---- Girls' Athletics- Adviser-- -------- i S ,J.J ---Arvid Clemensen ----Martin Gilmore --Mildred LaPierre l Hobart Lias i Ada Kluck '5 --------Ray Peters Elpha Schievtlbein + ---Veronica Mangan ------Mary Tinkham --Gertrude Kortman 2 --------Helen Beck li - ------ Doris Kumpf ----hiss Rrsmusstn 1 I l if xt! i X ,ferr-xx -fa-a A as as --, faint ------AM---ee-A----f """"f,4l P fsxppf c- , ff QS?Sjq?ifiKx ab Hl'dJi l.M.JQ .J IJXJJY X xy sxilslil X til. X ,-cgi: j, Editor-in-Chief ------------ Dorothe Dubbe X 'XQQU 44,1 Assistant Editors -------- Mary Tinkham and XX-.zkglfff Mildred LaPierre Xxltifief' Business Manager ----------- Marvin Groeneveld Advertising Managers ----------- Ray Peters, Eva Ideker, and Elpha Schievelbein Circulating Managers ------------- Gertrude Kortman and Arvid Clemensen Stencil Cutters --------------- Hobart Lias and Eva Ideker Typists--Sylvia Theel, Eunice Wuertz, and Louise Hentges Artists ---------- N ------- Jerry Buus and Gertrude Webster Mimeograph Operator ---------------------- Lavon Fehlhaber Photographers-Batir Lewin, Eldon Munce, and Kermit Kruse Sport Writers ----- ef '-a- HW ----- John O'Hara and Gene Zimmer Calendar of Eventse- -e- ------------- --Carlyle Eisenberg Adviser ------------- M ---------------- +----Miss Rasmussen f I c!CD PQRENSKS f QQ W ' 4 4 +m-4uuum- ---- V---A -A-A --1-.zb ur- -A f hh . ,A,, .. . X -,.1n,'3Cl QM' 'Mfiiw-J-0 . ,JN.,1L19f-M ' 3M.Q...W'i.J1+w1J0 www +w,i,'j'T,LZffwM of Ch-wk-I, vw KWH f65-KU ,ff X t ' f- , N , X , , ,LJj, 4 Vb'AJ 'lw 'JWA -MulLMLa fn '- f 1 lr .iii iwfffi K' M ' + " , . M 5 4 o Qs xg-an 'fy' ' 'G LM, xg- f, t DLEJLXFEJ MM ' js WIND, r 6 QU, jf 1' Y jasifr ..On Oct. 5th a debate club was .A.,f organized' at Humboldt High School for its second season under the instruction of Miss Vera Masters. Six students,representing the fourcdas- ses of the High School, took active part in the subject. During the season,the squad participated in three in- vitational tournaments, held at Humboldt, Oldham, and Col- man, respectively, and also debated the Hartford and the Salem squad at Salem. In the District tournament, held at Salem, So. Dak., with Salem, Canistota, Hartford, Parker and Humboldt part- icipating, the squad, consisting of one negative and one affirmative team, won all of their debates except one which the affirmative team lost to the Parker negative in the finals. Medals were awarded at the Commencement exercises in May to the debaters who took part in the most debates.They were as follows: Arvid Clemensen, Durwood Buchheim, Lor- raine Masters, and Veronica Mangan. oi ,Q up is P55-i It ,x-fxrx X ,Ji,c.,fXif1fx,ftJM MHMAj X X3 -:aw X gf 1 :NJ f .F NXx. Q gf' X i , u l 53' I . S 4 . C 1 ii A I, sh N W 1 1 x 'Hog i l ,N 5 fl fi I X KL W i x 1 ' 5 i a Q' gi ec c Q 'X , 'f lqak 3 .f P x ? ' N, '7-3 Q- 1' X .li It "'Eight students participated in the declamatory contest 2 held in the High School Auditorium on November Fourth. Miss +1 Larsen of Hartford acted as judge. The following students, who were coached by Miss Rasmussen and Miss Chamberlin, were -' chosen from the four divisions to represent the school at the ' 5 , district contest: Oratorical division ------- Ray Peters NThe Cross Patchf Dramatic division ----- Patricia Kapaun UThe White Hands ,P of Telhamn , Humorous division-Lavonne Gualberg nThe SchodLProgram1 Poetry division ---- Bonnibelle Tritz WThe Bishop Grders His Tomb.n On November 15, 1958 the winners of the preliminaries competed in the District Contest held at Canistota of which Harold M. Jordan, director of Speech in the Sioux Falls Col- lege, acted as judge. Bonnibelle Tritz and Ray Peters both received excellent ratings with their selections. A17 x.J..1., r xl 'M "-an .L ,,,,.1 -------------N --.----------...w , . l , ' X1 f ssss so - s ,4,-txx, f-4 I!!! ' Home Economics ff 1 x 1 ' , 3 1 N X X7 tt k C? 6 ixgb X e , 5 5 i in! N i Y 1 All Students enrqdled in HomeEconomics I A II auto- 1 matically become members of the Club. The first meeting - was held in October it which time the club was organized and the following of dcers elected: 1 1 President --------------------- ---Q ------ Bonnibelle Tritz 1 Vice-President ---------- Q- ---------- ---- Lorraine Masters ScCretarywTfemsurer-- ------------ - ---- --- ------ Betty DOW 2 Reporter-9--- ---- --M ---- w -------- - ----- - ---- Connie Boles J Adviser--4 ---- 0--N-M --------- -------------- ----Miss Fick l, The project of the Club this year 1 t 11FfCOTQilD2 ti tbe.Dowwstic Sciencf ride Lp blur, liroyng nf cream. I ,-' OD 'he 2 ,, M14. .,M.,,. , 'asus--L Sig 'S' .5 A., +-A "'4v3!.3 - JI.. 'K Y ?,,"v'2-'2- ' , "- 'V H rg 4127 '- F - . , i"1'iA'5 lid' 'V . ll' ' - 03. " " - 4, 3 .. vvk: k 31 K . 0-"lk V I if'f"Y- ,W w,...'.... .3 , A, ,1--we-Y " K if, .,,.,,,M,A xl 4-1G-maiw-"'9f'f+-w+w'.su V-,amcgnp-xeviL,1:2,i,u,.m' za , 1 4 --.5 .gags . ,. 1. -w.-ww. . , gn S Aa, ik paw K 1' v 2- 'y rf' "" 1., ,. QW - , 1 1 gil-:QM KV 1Kfxv. mx.-- DRAMA ,. A , , ,x' . f W- , ww ' f 'iseysxh fx X ' 'r"' r 'X + r on ff iqgixxx - in IL-Ae.HLfXf COPIFLLI ge WX X66 On October l7, 1938, Humboldt High School ' sponsored a one-act play contest, in which the four classes competed for a trophy to be given to the winner. The Sophomores were awarded first place and the Seniors, second. The Freshmen, under the direction of Miss Fick,, pre- sented WLittle Oscarng the Sophomores, coached by Mr.Kast- ner, HDear Lady, Be Braveug the Juniors, under Miss Ras- mussen, Hwest Eightyng and the Seniors, supervised by Mr. Green, NCrime Conseiousn. The winning play was the story of young Dr. Clark QDurwood Buchheimj who tried to help his friend William TangyCThomas La Pierreb find out which of his girl friends really loved him. The plan resulted in quite a mixup when first Miss Sweet QCathcrine Hardcnj, then Miss Montgomery QLorraine Mastersj and finally Miss HeLendonCBonnie Tritzj came to his office to consult him. Fungus Qvenis Larsonj, the doctor's negro servant,tried to lend a hand hem usual- ly managed to be in the way. It ended when Dr. Clark won Bill's girl friend, Miss Montgomery. 59 J" 44 VVVYVY V vw V .-" ,Z ..- N W "" f' r' 1 'x r r X ,,,,,,f,i?fr:f :Q 5 L U K H L A f 31,1 IYFIIIFIKI: , 1 X X x x L 3'xl, r xifxebgiygfg The seniors, under the direction of gqgiizjk' Mr. Green, presented a farce-comedy, WThe NNW Heart Exchangen, by J. C. McMullen. The story concerns Arthur Princeton and Ralnh Dartmore, who tfkc care of a matrlnoniel.agoncy for Mr. Landers while he is away. Unknown to them, the agency is a secret hideout for a group of rum- runners. During their management, srvurnl'pconlc come to find their Ubetter halfn, and quite a mix-up ensues Marta Kellog, a government agent, finally catches Lan- ders, and everyone is happily paired off. The cast was as follows: Arthur Princeton -.a-. an ..... N ......--.. Arvid Clemensen Ralph Dartmore ............. 0 ............... Hobart Lias Louise Millard ....-... W ............... Gertrude Kortman Marta Kellog ........................ Elpha Schievelbein Harriet Hockett ....................--...-- Mary Tinkham Thomasina Penn ........................a.. Dorothe Dubbe Hartly Decker ...-........... .............. Kermit Kruse Daisy Meadows ......................-.......- Eva Ideker James CSockerD Quigley .....u............... Batie Lewin Matilda Goggenslocker .................. Lavon Fehlhaber George Walters --------------.-------------- John O'Hara Joseph Thurston ----------------------------- Ray Peters 70 X 1 JUNIQK PLAY Aunt Priscilla tries to keep her two neices,Marion and Jill,from marrying Frank QL 1 Harlow and Jack Loring, who she believes f., are after tnem for their money, by putting f ,d35J' the girls in a haunted house for six months. ,fn -xiii XEjijiiiNiji?,l However the boys come to this house to protect them. Complications develop when spooky scares arise, as the inhabitants attempt to scare them away from the Hobgood property. In the end everyone receives his due happiness or punishment and Aunt Prisdlla gives her consent to the girls to be married. This play, NHobgoblin Housen, was presented in the high school auditorium on March 30, l939, by the following members of the Junior Class: Darius Krupp -------------------- e ------------ Edward Hartle Miss Priscilla Carter ---------- f ----------- Veronica Mangan Jill Carter --------------- W ---------------- Patricia Kapaun Jack Loring ---------------------------------- Marty Gilmore Frank Harlow --------------------------------- Don Schaufler Marion Carter ---------------------------- Mildred La Pierre Susan Parkins ------------------------------ Dorothy Bunning Henry Coober --------------------------------- Glenn Ketcham Delilah Ports ---------------------------------- Lois Harden Blueteard :ronson ----------------------- James Schievelbein Lili Wilkins ------------------------------- Peter Gortmaker The Headless Phanton -e------------------------ Marcella Fox ...Tn 71 Kgs X Q F. VM. '--f-- A-mf XU T06 K fX f rl S 1 , P3 J' i ff"-:-nf-X X 3 N' 3 -if ! W S Q 1 f' X XX QQ! f-fdannne-1-2'-r--M -'-- --'-he--Y-A-A-' H- A- -1--u-X-W ,- A.n.,..w Q., V T-,, BQQK I ,I 2 . f Q f 'I 5 TN 1k . .1 X kfg, I X if ff ff, ff LMV i , X 5 I X SQHQQL Ll?-E CANDQD SHOTS xg iii S 35 Q xg N LWSpeed-KingUHoby has gained that name through his reputation of breaking the Noldn speed limit of lO minutes from Hartford to Humboldt. 2. A little Frosh, Jeanette Ideker, who is starting her naval training rather young. She has been elect- ed through a Sophomore vote as Captain of the WBooming Expe- dition.W 5. This is Millie L. at the age of six months. It shows how she started W txing ready for her Sunday night par- ties, but of course she is very much changed now. 4. Dorothy Mc., Patty K., Patty E., and Veronica are supposed to be the NFour Petsu of the very popular young Bookkeeping teacher,Mr. Kastner. 5. For a while Marty and Doris had it bad, but now both of them are singing: NThere's a Brand New Picture In My Picture Framen. 5. Marty and Jimmy seem to be having quite a time holding up the Ulhird Musketeern, Eddie Ettledorf. 7. Patty K.,Veronica,and Dorothy have at last gotten their lStag Uiastnerj at Beg". 8. Here are Voagen, Fick, and Anderson.. 9. As a parting gift, Veronica hands Millie a bouquet of ??? QDandelionsj . lO. Three High School Hot Shots:George, .fimiiy and Kermie. -: fJ - 1. Tootie ---- the morning after the night before. Big head, drooping eyes, and all!! 2. If all waste paper baskets were held by Mary, Dorothe D., and Lavon, every one would be anx- ious to contribute a little paper to it. 5. And here's none other than NFlashH Clemensen who is going to work without his books!!! My! Oh My! 4. In the fall of 1938 six girls came to good old Humboldt High, namely--Marilyn,Lillian,VeldaBettM Doris, and Connie. Here are five of the so-called USix Most Popularn girls in High School. 5. On a bench, in a park,un- der a tree, sits Vee M. waiting for ??????? 6. Would you re- cognize Elpha in the Long and Short of it? 7. Just Mary,La- von, and Dorothe again. 8. Does it take three to hold it??? W. P. A.????? 9. Cleve and Batie HHolding Tight.U I6 Aug. Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept. Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 5-.-prnw ..4uqa..-V..-pqunrf-.ye . .-saw'-V., -WT.. --W -w.. -- -f ---Y .--W ------es- -- C A L E N D A R O F E V E N T S FIRST SEMESTER 29-School begins. 2-Class officers elected. -Freshman initiation party. -First bhseball'game.. 18-Senibr class rings arrive. 27-Hi Crier staff organized. 15 15 28-Cast selected for one act play contest. 50-Debate team organized. l-Miss Rasmussen gives a short English assignment 4 -Last baseball game. 10-Frosh mending trousers and jackets after explo- sion of Science experiment. 13-One act play contest-Sophomores win. 14-Eva and Dorothy taking dancing lessons. 15-New books purchased for library. 27-Sophomores give masquerade Hallowe'en party. Ruth and Arvid win. 28-Hi Crier delegates go to Brookings for South Dakota High School Press Association meeting. 5-School dismissed for National Corn Husking Con test at Dell Rapids. 4-Local Declamation Contest. lO-Pep Band organized. 15-District declamatory contest. 15-First Basketball game. 15-27-Thanksgiving vacation. 21-24-Teachers attend SDEA meeting at Mitchell. 2-7-Curt was in school all week. 6-An epidemic of mumps makes it appearance. 13-Juniors have class party. 15-New scoreboards installed for basketball games. 21-Senior girl selected for DAR. 22-Annual staff selected. 25-Students give Christmas program. 2-Invitational Basketball. -Vacation over. -Cast chosen for Corn Belt Conference one-act play contest. l2-No more Civics. Hip Hip Hooray!!!!!l 5 6 '77 . Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar. Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr May M ay May May 15 25 24 26 27 5 8 16 21 25 25 2 6 10 11 14 22 25 26 28 29 29 50 5 4 4 5 6 12 15 15 15 19 20 25 26 28 29 4 7 11 15 v - New semester. A Carlyle found studying Physics. Seniors choose their class motto, colors, and flower. Rev. Mead of Canton gives chalk talk. Arvid elected Basketball Captain. Committees selected to commence work on Junior- Senior Banquet. Ray got to Physics class on time. 'Work on annual progressing rapidly???????-- Cast selected for Junior play. Johnnie fell asleep in English class. 24-25-Basketball tourney at Bridgewater. Pete G. docsn't wait for door to open. Seniors take scholastic exams offered by USD. Seniors hold song festival. Home Ee club sponsors bake sale. Peanut shower in Senior English Class--Qas test was duel. ' Seniors choose announcements. Band Frstival at Bridgewater. Eddie and Don had birthdays to celebrate. Pictures taken for annual. Students hear talk on Bad Lands of South Dakota. -Seniors finally decide what motto they want. Junior class play huge success. Hobart received an A in deportment. Sophonores have class party. Seniors were going to have a party--but didn't. Ray stayed awake during Business Law class today -Senior play chosen.' . -Basketball team have pictures taken. -Mr. Kastner's hand and Marty's face are red. Freshmen have class party. -Munce learns all about Tennessee. -Mother-daughter Banquet. 21-Madison District Music Contest -Gym Exhibition. Senior Skip Day. -Field Day. -Junior-Senior Banquet. -Senior Plvy. -Baecalaurffte. -Senior ClD?a Fight. -Seniors get .yfir sheepskins-maybe. 755 JA NITOR 1 lii d 7 , -ML , f 4' e X ffVf favs' d ,L 3:Cw1"' " ' ' N To Pete we turn whenever there's something to be mended, cleaned up, or if we're in trouble. He's a friend in need and a friend indeed, always faithful,de- pendable, and loyal in lending a helping hand to us all When meeting him, one is greeted with a smile thatsnys "I,'ll help you, if I can". 79 CURRICULUM OF HUMBOLDT HIGH SCHOOL Four Year Accredited Subjects are offered in the following fields: Four yearsof English, emphasis is placed upon Grammar, Liter- ature, Journalism, Dramatics, Speech and Composition. Two years of Mathematics are required---namely, Algebra and Plane Geometry. M The Natural Science Course offers Biology, General Science, and Physics. ' The Manual Arts field offers Mechanical Drawing, and Manual Training for those boys interested. For girls who are interested Methods of Home Making is taught World History, American History, Civics, Economics and Socio- logy make up the course in Social Science. Those desiring a Commercial Course may take Typing I and ll, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, or Business Law. Extra Circular Activities: Debate, Plays, Declamation, School Paper, School AnnuaL Band, Glee Club, and Athletics. ' ' in. .,...l,.,., . ...,.....4. 4 , -.- L-, ... lnwguqnqrn.-vannu. ,. .w,-- --45 --,T----1 .,,.-up W.-. .Y.. .mg-g.-,,,, -..-7,--fn --.y--.. INDEX Band ----------------- ------- ------ Baseball ------------ Basketball ---------- Board of Education-- Calendar of Events-- --..--.-......--a-.-.- --...--......-.--..--.. -..........-Q-.....-1-.--. Candid Shots --+--------- - --------- Debate -------- - ----- -...-...--.....-Q.-Q-... Declam ----- - ----------------- ----- Faculty ------- - ---------------- --- Freshmen-- ---------- Glee Club ----------- Hi Crier Staff ------ Home Economics ------ Janitor ---------- --- .........,.-.--.-...--.-.. .---.-.-. ---...-.----..-.......- -,.......... Junior Play ---------------- ---M--- Juniors ------------- One-Act Play Contest -....-..-.-.......-....... Pep Squad ---------------------- --- Pioneer Staff ------- Senior Play --------- Seniors ------------- Sextette ------------ Sophomores ---------- ...--..---..-.--..--...-.- ..--.---.-.-..--..-..-.... .-.--.-.--.--..-.--....-.. -.--.-..--.-..---.--. X41 cf H 'f-I .v-4:1 1 , YS 1 W w eu .,. Q ,,,. C-6 .f. Q-up 1 1 ROCK UF fxavawewimfg 1 W Sf' RPM I f x JW N 'I l.. THE 3-IUI-f1E50LDT ,JIO,lT,J34iIXlfXL Want Ads Advertising Let us figure your Job Printing D, J. Masters, Prop. r , I, . - - - V - UXKMEKS ELEVATOK CCD. HUMBOLDT, SOUTH DAKOTA A DEPENDABLE FIRM GRAIN, FLOUH, SEEDS, FEEDS SALT, TWINE, COAL AND CUSTOM GRINDING. AJ. P. MCDONNEIL, MANAGER 3 A , A A PPP FS P- A I A rrJ'wd .....---------- I A SWEET SHG? CAFE ,THE Si-IUMBGLADT ,DRUG FRESH CANDIES AT O. G. 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