Yankton High School - Arickara Yearbook (Yankton, SD)

 - Class of 1939

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if ,S L . fm-:iw ,isii 2 Ibl ,., WARD TSCHETTER, "Chet" "A fine fellow to know." Hobby: woodwork. Other schoolsi Bridgewater, S. Dak. Mixed Chorus 3, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4. "She's right in ste comes to pep." Hobby: dancing. Band 3, Student C Woksape Staff 3, homeroom 4. President KE NNETH WALSH "One of the greatest needs of the present day is a man who can speak." Hobby: sports. Band 3, 4, Football 3, "The Eyes of Tlaloc" 4, Junior His- torical Society 4, Debate 3, 4. awww' VERA VONDRACEK, 'situ 1 !f LORENA TILLSON "She does her best with a right good will." Hobby: soap carving. Other schools: Kimball, S. Dak, Girls' Drill Team 4. NORBERT VlNATlERl, "Nobby" "Generally speaking, l'm always speaking." Hobby: building model airplanes. Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, "The Eyes of Tlaloc" 4, Debate 3, 4, Junior Historical Society 3, 4, Brass Sextette 3, 4, Secretary-treas- urer class 3, Vice-president class 4, President Junior His- torical Society 4, President homeroom 3. ALBENA VOSEK, "Bunny" "lndustry is the salve of suc- cess' Hobby: collecting poems. DORlS WATERBURY, "Dee" "Teacher, let me tell it." Hobby: hiking. Woksape Staff 4. CHARLOTTE WlLLlAMS "Music hath charms, so hath musicians," Hobby: reading. Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Mlxed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Woksape Staff 4, Arickara Staff 4, String Quartette 3, 4. CONRAD WASTLU ND "And Certainly he is fellow." ALICE WELSH "A friendly attitude attracts friends." CAMERA SHY JEROME BECKER LEONARD DUTCHER RAYMOND FEJEAR JEROME GOEDEN EDWIN GRAY GEORGE JOHNSON CLARENCE ROLFS VERNON SOUKUP JAMES STANAGE ANDREW TOBIN o good

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PATRICIA TAMME N, "Pat" Jrfxu siriyiv, "swim" "Talk about ginger, she's the whole spite box " Hobby: collecting poetry. Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Girls Y Club 3, 4, "The Whole Town's Talking" 3, Basketbal 3, 4, Girls' Drill Team 3, 4, Vice-president homeroom 4 If If ,, . . liOl3l,lil' SIIOEMAKER, "ShOOie" "I consider the world will pro- fit by my speech" Hobby women Bond 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Boys' Glee Club 3, Student Council 4, Arickara Staff -"I, Boys' Y Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, "The Whole Towrfs Talking" 3, "The Eyes of Tlalocl' 4, Debate 3, 4, Pres- ident closs 3, President home! room 4, President Student Coun- cil. 4, Arickara Attendant 4. i MAXINE sLowEY, "Mackie" "She's little and she's wise" Hobby skating. Other schoolsi Utica, S Dak. Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, "The Whole Town's Talking" '3, - N NATHAN STEI NBACH, "Bob" FLORENCE STARK, "Flornie" "She came from Utica and was heard to say, 'l wouldn't leave it for a lot of pay"' Hobbyi dancing Other schoolsi Utica, S Dok "Hes good all around and kind clear through." Bond 3, 4 gan ti VERNETT STORTVEDT, "Storty" "He-'s a quiet mon but quite a man." Hobby: swimming Mixed Chorus 3, Boys' Glee Club 4, Library Club 4. oorerrrsi S-rlfiirigiy ' "A heod brig tlboth inside and , guru at I ' I l tuCI2yQ' Council 4, Arickaral Scrtjll 4, Pregi nf A eroo , 'Vic'e-presidoht jhom orv , Cheer iLeadef 3, 4, ecret ry j sri fi, wokqopp siiqg, "The E X? . of TIaloc" ,4,'i Quill only! WE o Student Council 4, rom C - mittee B, ArickarG"Atbendant 4. WILLIS STANAOE, "Willy" "Play fair and hit the line hard." Other schools: Mission Hill, S Dak Debate 4, Declamation 4, "On the Bridge at Midnight" 4 EARL SNYDER, "snyde" "The little boy from Kansas City" Hobby' dancing Other schools: Kansas City, Kon. Mixed Chorus 4, Boys' Glee Club 4 l "Her modest and graceful air shows her wise, good, fair." Woksape Staff 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Junior Historical Society 3, 4, Secretary homeroom 3, Vice-president Booster Club 4, DORIS KAY THOMPSON "Although she doesn't shock you, she is a live wire" Hobbyi stomp collecting, Girls' Glee Club 4, 5, V-. i . . Homemaking Club 3. Q I . , CQ H tk . , 'sl ' MARIAN THOMPSON "A pleasant assortment of possibilities," Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Secretary homeroom 3, Vice-president homeroom 3.



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J U N I 0 R JLJ IXIIOR CLASS 0'F'CE"5 Starting with dances, mivers, the Jitterbug Jamboree and the play, "Anne of Green Gables," the tumor floss went on its way They ended with a prom that everyone will remember 1 This floss lists members in the band, orchestra, Junior Historical Society, Quill and Scroll, Booster J,-f Club, atliletirs and Student Council President ....,.r.. .......,. J Acx DAVIDSON f Vice-president ....... ..... R OBERT KAROLEVITZ K Secretary-treasurer ...., .......,............. R UTH LOTHROP Q 'W Social Chairman ,.,,. ....,............... E LIZABETH EVANS O Advisers ..... ,..,. L ucv sowyeiz and WENDELL JONES f Xl ,f 2 S O P H 0 M O R E 0FF'CE"S CDMCDRE CLASS S0 Pl-l Active in band, debate, orchestra, athletics and iournalism, the sophomores have proved their pep and vigor to the other classes At the beginning of the year they sponsored a Hobo Party ' I yllfl President .......... .r,..r,t.r,,,......r.r H now MAYER ' Vice-president ..,..... .....,..... .,..... W A YNE LIVINGSTON 1l' Secretory-treasurer . . . .......,..,....,........... RALPH BOONE NA Advisers... ,......,. ..,. A DA UE BOOS and HARRIETT JENNEY F R E S H M A N FRESHMAN CLASS OFHCERS The freshmen of this year were unusually active in all extra-curricular activities The band, debate squads, Woksape Staff, Student Council, and orchestra all boast freshmen members They more than proved their loyalty and enthusiasm at the basketball and football games In the beginning of the year the second semester freshmen gave a "Get Acquaintedn party for the new freshmen OFFICERS: President ......... EARL WANKE Vice-president. . .DALE PICKING Secretary-treasurer BILL DAVIDSON Advisers' VERNA EMANUEL and RACHEL FUNDLNGSLAND Q vm X

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