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DELLA MAE STEINBACH, "Delamie," is a charmmq musician who worked her way to the front in band and was a member ol the woodwind auintette that went to the National
Music contest in '37 She was also a member of the Student council and Woksape staff- ROBERT STENGLE, "Bud," is outstanding in his school work He has proved an able mem-
ber af the band as their drummer and member of the track team His hobbies are hunting, fishing and basketball - LUCILLE STOLLER, "Lucy," was in GAA. in her iunior and
senior years Kittenball, swimming and dancing are her recreations Her voice is high, her smile sweet -ERNEST "Bud" SUMMERS is in the band and orchestra, Bays' Glee club
and chorus "The Big Senior Boy" was stooae for football and a member of the student council He played in "Seven Chances" and "Why Smith Left Home"
AILEENE SYLLIAASEN, while in Mission Hill her iunior year, starred in the "Tin Horn" and "D-2923" She was in student council and a declamation winner She enioys hikes
and scrap books -ALICE TANK, from Utica, sang in Glee club and hikes, plays tennis and dances -MYRTLE VAN EPPS' secret smile belies her quiet ways, "Myrt" plays a viola in
the orchestra and has drawrnq for her hobby -MATHILDA VELLEK was an underclassman in Utica She works on the Woksape staff, skates, reads and rides horseback
EDWARD VINATlERl's flne work in the orchestra, horn quartette and band won him hrs citation cord "Ed" is a French horn soloist His hobby is building flying models,-WOOD-
ROW VOLLMER and his green car are synonymous In his tumor year he song in Glee club and chorus A favorite sport is bowlma -RUTH VONDl?ACEK's quick, fluttery actions, viv-
acily and Sparkling eyes all go to make up "Ruthie" Her prominence an the Arickara and Woksape brought her membership in Quill and Scroll Her romantic roles in three plays are
characteristic of her, as are playing a piano and dancing -RUTH WALSH has blue-black hair and dark eyes Her business ability is exemplified in her high advertising sales for the
Arickara and Woksape "Ruthre" is an important pivot in the Drill team, Quill and Scroll member, debater and actress in "Remember the Day" She likes bowling, skating, tennis and
Other seniors are:
Francis Albrecht, Oliver Eg-
gers, Clement Fejfar, Bud Kes-
sler, Ardell Melick, Gordon
Rich, Edith Soukup, Ralph
EVELYN "Bevy" WEDMORE,.short, dark-haired, has a contagious giggle She chooses srnging and dancing as her hobbies -ROBERT WEINKE, "Wink," enjoys sleeping as a hobby
but is able to stay awoke long enough to go out for football, basketball and track Between "Winks" he contributes to the Woksape and Arickara - ESTHER WHITE is quiet and
capable ln her tumor year at Utica high school she sang in the Girls' Glee club and took part in a play She likes ta read and dance
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KATHRYN RINDEIS, "Babe," has one of those infectious smiles that wins everybody's heart. She is a member of the Drill team, and her good-sportsmanship makes her a star in
kittenball in GAA., of which she is secretary-treasurer. She is a member of the Arickara staff and belongs to the Library club.-MYRTLE ROBISON, "Toats," has "yumph" in art
work and can draw a profile as pretty as her own She carne from Mitchell and has taken active parts in Girls' Glee club, Arickara staff, iunior play, Quill and Scroll, debate, and Drill
team. Her popularity made her an attendant to the Arickara Squaw. --DOROTHY RYKEN, "Dot," has what it takes-intelligence and good looks. She has shown this through her excellent
work in high school. Her hobby is horseback riding - LOIS RYLE, "Loie," is one af the most versatile of all G. A. A. girls, She is active in basketball, track, volleyball, deck tennis and tennis.
She delights in dancing and swimming,
ISABELL SCHIFERL, "lsy," has o personality that is a joy to those who are around her. She is in the Girls' Glee club, Horseback riding is her favorite hobby.-MARIE SCHLE-
GELMILCH, "Little Marie," is most often seen herding her little green Pontiac around town. Working on her debate seems to be her other worry. For a hobby she quiets down o little
and does embraidering -CECELIA SCHNEIDER, from Valin, has a quiet personality. During her iunior year she was a member af Girls' Glee club,-GRACE SCHNEIDER, "Bette,"
is another of the transferred students from Volin, where she participated in music and girls' athletics She enioys hiking, skating and dancing for recreation
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MADELINE SCHOOLEY, "Judy," played clarinet in the band and worked on the Woksape staff. For activities she likes basketball, tennis, swimming and dancing.-MARGUERITE
"Margie" SCI-IURTZ, from Tabor, is a member of the Homernaking club, She likes swimming and dancing - EILEEN SIMONSON, "Simie," is one of the efficient librarians who came
from Irene For hobbies she likes dancing, swimming, and stamp collecting -MARTIN SLEMP plays clarinet in the band, sings in the Boys' Glee club and Mixed chorus, I-le's a hunts-
man by hobby.
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DONALD SMITH hails from the tall com state- Iowa His unique hobby is match collecting - EDNA SMITH is an honor student from Utica, She's secretary and
vice-president of her homeroom For recreation she enioys basketball and dancing -RAYMOND STANICEK, "Ray," is a valuable athlete in high school-All-state guard of the basket-
ball team, hurdler and high jumper of the track squad, and end on the football team He was also in forensics in "The Unseen Way" I-le has a longing to be an aviatarh- ELLA STARK
is a Utica girl She was an athlete there, being a cheerleader and a member of the girls' basketball teams She also had a part in their junior play. Her hobby is dancing.
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lov I:-Sylvia Dunham, Evelyn Brudvig, Marsolette Ballensky, Violet Boade, Jerome Goeden, Ray Hedelson, Glenn Allen, Leonard Dutcher, Elma Christensen, Shirley Hill, Charlotte John-
son, Jean Banks, Charlotte M. Johnson, Cleopha Fanslow, Ann Livingston, Marjorie Doran. low2:-Ruth Halverson, Alvera Kuchta, Marcella Freidel, Clifford Hicks, Harlan Kosta, Beverley
Fenske, Donald Ingebrigtson, Paul Mattern, Donald Johnson, Dallas Leader, Tom Rogers, Celeste Hall, Betty Lou Frshbeck, Elaine Kudrle, Ruth Kinney, Elizabeth Evans. Raw 3:-Roberta John-
son, Alice Howe, Avis Curry, Marjorie Crowe, Ruth Graman, Dolores Johnson, Robert Johnson, Melvin Cwach, Ted Kessler, Mcliie Eastman, Agnes Jorgensen, Grace Hansen, Katharine Hau-
ger, Janice Fieseler. Row 4:-Betty Gamble, Lorraine Gibson, Rita DeCamp, Lorraine Ligon, Lorraine Kaufman, Dorothy Dennis, Inez Larson, Charles Larson, Irvin Evans, John Lubbers, Ed-
ward Heuer, Adeline Kralicek, Jerome Becker, Warren Bahr, Gordon Gardh. Rav 5:-William Bicknell, Robert Clark, Austin Battin, Ed Lanctot, Maurice Langfeldt, Harald Ham, George John-
son, Robert Brewer, Bud Knudsen, June Larson. Rav6:-Eugene Drier, Robert Corner, James Fitzgerald, Donald Lippenberger, Edwin Gray, Gerald Clabaugh, John Hallo, Raymond Kaiser,
Wayne Harding, John Harders.
Junior Class Leads Social Achievements
Sponsor of a variety of dances and some of the mast successful mixers in sev-
eral years, the iunior class lists among its achievements a successful, hilarious play,
'The Whole Town's Talking," and the most elaborate Prom of several years.
The class chose Robert Shoemaker, Donald Lippenberger and Norbert Vina-
tieri as the class officers. Virginia Renner is social chairman.
Active in the social events, the class also lists members in debate, band, orch-
estra, Junior Historical society, Quill and Scroll, Booster club, GAA. and the
student council. The class is sponsored by Lucy Bowyer and Robert Toczek.
Row I:-Roberta Nelson, Lucille Mitchell, Mary Ellen Ryan, Maxine Slowey, Doris Kay Thompson, Mariorie Miller, Dorothy Peschl, Helen Newell, Warren Walsh, Lionel O'Shea, Doro-
thy McManus. Rav 2:-Warren Nielson, Doreen Smith, Emma Peterson, Ruth Seeley, Alzada Schlaefli, Charlotte Williams, Marian Thompson, Deloris Bitterman, Forest Stepanek, Jack
Peniska, law 3:-Ward Tschetter, Geraldine Olson, Albena Vosek, Ruth Wallner, Margaret Petersen, Norine Rheiner, Jean Slemp, Virginia Whiting, Violet Rohn, Vlasta Novotny, Bud
Williams. lov 4:-John Wastlund, Norbert Vinatieri, Kenneth Walsh, Lorena Tillson, Doris Nehls, Geneva Six, Albert Mueller, Howard Rask, Charles Mahan, Veronica Playans, Row
5:-Vernett Stortvedt, Gertrude Munkyold, Virginia Renner, Patricia Tammen, Stephen Nedved, Vera Vondracek, Marcella McNeeley, Aileen Norris, Lyle Petersen Row 6:-Robert Shoe-
maker, Ralph Nash, Robert Reetz, Nathan Steinbach, Richard Nash, Bill Thompson, Harold Winters, Don Potter, Ray Scroggin, Vernon Soukup.
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