Wenonah Yearbook - 1923

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To the memory of OUR MAIN BUILDING the building which, through half a century and to one continuous line of graduates, has been the symbol of their Alma Mater; the building which means "the dear old Normal" to the many, and "College" opportunity to a recent fewwe the class of Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three reverently dedicate this Wenonah.

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the end of another year, the class of nineteentwenty - three sends you this Wenonah with its record of organizations and activities, hoping that m it you may fin<;l, throughout many years to come, an unending source of happy reminiscences of your college days.

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WENONAH


"That tower of strength, Which stood four-square to alt the winds that blew."





"The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, And all the sweet serenity of books."



"The gracious sun perceives, First when he visits, last, too, when he leaves."


"Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much, Wisdom, is humble that he knows no more."


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REAKING Home Ties was the title of a painting which attracted unusual attention at the Columbian Exposition in 1803. The picture won popular approval not because it was a masterpiece of art , but because it gave expression Lo a fine and universal experience. The scene was the living room of a plain country home. The eye caught first the straight, manly figure and the sad, determined face of a lad just man grown,- perhaps of twenty. He was about to leave the old home and to seek his place in the world, for his father, with baggage in hand, stood. waiting at the door. The boy was saying goodbye to his little mother. The mother was speechless, but with a hand in each of his shoulders she was looking deep into her boy's eyes and into his soul. She was hoping and praying that there might come to him all the fine things that a mother craves for her son . She was hoping most of all that her love and influence might hold him steady in the time of temptation, and was praying most of all that she might always have a sacred place in his thought and affection. This picture comes to my mind as you , Lhe Class of 192:;, break your home ties at Winona and scatter to Lhe uttermost parts. Your Alma Mater looks with pride upon your record of accomplishment; she counts upon your loyalty Lo her ideals; she hopes her spirit may hold you very steady in days of discourage ment; and she covets a place in your affection and thought as Lhe years press on. Your class as seniors saw the long Lime home of your Alma :\later, on a December Sabbath morning, disappear in smoke and flame. But in the face of disaster you carried on; you helped her promptly to start anew; in this book you help to preserve her ideals, and to perpetuate her spirit. Oh her part she will always cherish the memory of your courage and faith. She wishes for each of you good health, competence, a quiet mind with "conscience void of offense, " and staunch friend s. And so, fully confident that you will be very faithful to the high obligation which your privileges here, your calling as teachers , and your opportunities Lo come, lay upon your shoulders, she bids you goodbye. - G. E. l\IAX\VELL.


GUY E . MAXWELL, PED. D.

STEPHEN SOMSEN, L. L. B.

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RESIDENT DIRECTOR

THEDA GlLDEMEISTER, 13. S EDUCATION

MARY GRANT Ll BRARL\N

WILLIAM H. BURTON A. B., A.M. DIRECTOR OF TRAINING SCHOOL

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fLORENCE L. RICHARDS, A.M. DEAN OF WOMEN, ENGLISH

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1\"ILLJ.\M A. OWENS, i\. PSYCHOLOGY

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R . J. SCARBOROUGH, A. M. GE OGRAPHY

\\'ALTER L . HARRIS, A. 111. SOCI AL SCIENC E

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ROSALIE VOELKER ACCOUN'l'ANT

LILLIAN L. MILLER, PED. ll. SUPERV ISOR, TRAINING SCHOOL

JIELE N B. PRITCHARD, A. B. SECRETARY

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Senior Class Officers .................. President . Vice President ETHEL GIVENS ... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... S eCJ·etary CHARLES VERMILYEA. ... Treasurer WILLIAM OTT.

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CLASS PLAY COMMITTEE

J\IRs . IRE)IE Huss

ELIZABETH SHACKELL

SHERMAN l\ilTCHELL

ORVILLE RISSER

SERAPHINE l\lARTIK

NINA ARNOLD

IRENE RILE"\:

IRENE MONDALE

]AMES GROSS CO:\IMITTEE ON RI::'\GS .\~0 PIKS RuDY SEBO

ANNUAL STAFF C0:\1MITTEE SHERMAN MITCHELL

SHERMAN MITCHELL

EMMA KOLSTAD

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.. J\linneapolis EILEEN lVIcGUIRE. "Irish" "She considers her studies a lark Yet she'd dje if she got a poor mark." ADVA:>!CED

\\'enonah Players 1, 2; 1\Iendelssohn Club 1, 2; Honor Teacher :2; Wenonah Staff :2 .

THEN A F. S\.EE.

. Zumbrota

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" Wit has always a ready answer. " ADVAKCED

:\Iay Fete 1; Second Basket Ball Team 1; Second Baseball T ea m 1; Wenonah Staff :2; \\". :\. A. 2; Honor Teacher :2.

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H. S. Club l ; Y. \V. C. A. 1, 2; W. A. t\.. 1, President 2; i\Iay Fete 1; First Hockey Team 1; First Baseball Team 1; All Star Basket Ball Team 1; Winter Sports Club 2 .

VIOLA M. STROUD.

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"Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit.'' t\01' ANCED

:\I ay Fete 1; Spring Concert l; Y. W. C. A. 1

. .. New l'.raguc H.EGINE SHIMER. "J ea n'' "Just a happy smiling friend to all.'J ADVAI"CED

Catholic Students' Club 1, \'ice Pres. 2. Ben edict's College ':2J.

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LEON A 1IALAJ\IPHY ... Flandreau, S. D. "On with the dance, let joy he unconfined." P.RJMARC.:


HAZEL KELLY. . .. Minneapolis " With ever soft and pensive grace, Mingle bright smiles on her face." ADVANCED

Twin City Club 1; May Fete 1; Firs t Baseball Team 1; Second Basketball Team 1; Seco nd Volley Ball Team 1; W. A. A. 1, :2; Hon o r Teacher 2; Y. \V. C. A. Cabinet :2 .

MARJORY HOLLAND. . . \Vinona "#large" '" Witty to talk with, pretty to walk with." l:NTERMEDIA TE

W. A. A. :2 ; Winter Sports Club 2; Wenonah Players :2.

GRACE GORDON . . ....... Winona "It is well for one to know more than s he says ." ADVANCED

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. .. Morri s "Little E va" "She who smiles may command all hea rts." KIN DERGARTE N

Kinderga rten Club 1, 2; M ay F et e 1; \V .. \. A. 1, :2; Y. \V. C. A. 1, 2.

'tl t I JAMES PELLO WSKI . . •.1. . . . . \Vinona " Kub a" " To do or not to do, that is the question."

Football 1, 2; Basket Ball 1, 2, Captain :.l ; Track 1, :2 ; Class Play 2.

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Kindergarten Club 1, 2; Catholic Stud ents' Club 1, 2; First Baseball Tea m 1.


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RUTH WILLIAl\lS. . ......... Lanesboro "Do not disturb my dreams."

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St. Olaf College '20; i\Iay Fete l; Wenonah Staff 1; Y. W. C. A. 1, Cabinet 2.

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LULA E. FELIEN. . .. Cannon Falls "Lou" "Her voice was ever soft , gentle, and low."

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First Basketball Team l; First Volley Ball Team 1; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Junior High School Club 1; W. A. A. 1, :2.

FANNY LYLE . . Oakland "She always has time to be courteous." R u RAL

Country Life Club 1; Y. W. C. A. 1.

I: I j r\MES M. GROSS ..

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"Jim,1ny"

"The gridiron, the stage on which he starred. " ADVAJ'\CED

Football 1, Captain 2; Basketball 1; Track 2, Captain 1; Mu Epsilon Nu 1, 2; Skating Team l , 2; Wenonah StafT 2.

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... Ellsworth " Riley" "Truth , knowledge, virtue, all aTe hers. " KIN DERGARTE N

Kindergarten Club 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, ~ -

LORENE J. KRAFT. . ..... Appleton "She always has good natural smile for her friend s." l XTE IUTEDlATE

:\formal Training '22.

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l\Iay Fete 1; Junior High School Club l; First Soccer Team 1; First Volley Ball Team 1; First Hockey Team 1; First Baseball Team 1; Class Secretary 2; Wenonah Players :.!; Honor Teacher 2; Class Play 2.

) I l\IARCIA DODGE. . . AdAms "Sweet, be not proud of those eyes, Which sparkle deeply in th eir skies." I N TERMEDI ATE

Ca tholi c Students' Club J , 2; Class Play 2. I

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... Spring Grove .-\NDREW TWEITO "Tu,ect" ".\nd thus he bore without abu se, the grand old name of gentleman." RURAL

l\[u Epsilon N u 1, Treasurer 2; Second Basket Ball Team 2; Country Life Club Vice President l , Presid en t 2. /

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CLARA A. MILLER .. ..... .. Buffalo Lake ' 'Quiet but genial, she makes frie nd s wherever she goes." HoME EcoNOMICS

Y. W. C. A. l; Hom e Economi cs Club Secretary 2.

MARION VAIL ..... ..... .. . . . . . Canton "To speak but li ttle, becomes a woma n. " I

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n' GI~RTRUDE S PIERING ........ . Winona " M ethinks there is much reaso n to h er sayings."

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May Fete 1; Honor Teacher :2.

:\[A BEL F. NO R BERG ..... Minneapolis "'To know her is to love h er, and she is well known. " AD VANCED

Y. W. C. A. 1; Junior High School Club 1; Mason Music Club 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; First Hockey Team 1; Second Baseball T eam 1; Twin City Clu b 1, 2; \Vinler Sporls Club 2; " \V" Clu b 2.

CARL POTTHOFF ............... Winona " H e doth indeed show some sparks that are like wit." J uNl OR COLLEGE

"U" of l\Iinn eso la '21, '22; Football 2; Skating Team :2; i\lu Epsilon Nu 2; \Veuonah Staff 2.

SYLVIA JENSEN . . ....... Albert L ea "As prim as can be, yet livelie r than yo u kn ow." KL N DERGARTEN

May F ete 1; Kindergarten Club 1, 2; Y. C. A. 1, Cabinet 2 .

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DETERLING . . ...... Gaylord " A bunch of slammers a.re we, Yet none could we find for thee.' ' KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten Club 1, 2; Catholic S tudents' Club 1, 2; \Vinonan Starr 2.

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LAURA L. POTTHOFF .......... Winona "S he knows what lo say and how to say it.'' ADVANCED

Co unlry Life Club Secrelary 1, Presid ent 2 ; \Vinon a n Stafi J ; Y. W . C. A. 2.

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MANILA KNOWLES . . Winon a "A very gentl e, modest, and demure little maid. " PHYSICAL EDUCATION

ELYA MAE STARR .... Redwood Falls "Fuzzy" " One of the noblest, most valorous, Sanest, and most obedient." J

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AVERY T. BARR . •· .......... St. Charles "Tintmy" "Yet hear me, country men, Oh hear me speak." 1\>L\NUAL TRA! l'.'ING

Track 1, 2; Cheer Leader 1, :2; Wenonah Players 1, Z; Winonan Staff :2 ; l\fu Epsilon Nu 11 :2.

SIGNE E. SWANSON ........ :\linneapolis " Sig" "There's something about her nice to look at, a touch of mischief too. " MUSIC

l\Iason Music Club 1, 2; J\'Iendclssohn Club :2; Y. \V. C. A. 1, 2; May Fete 1; Twin City Club 1, :2 ;

FRANCES WASSJ\L\:\f . . .. Lake City "High-erected thoughts, seated in the heart of courtesy." PRUJARY

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Country Life Club 1; l\Iay Fete 1; Wenonah Staff l; Honor Teacher 2.

GERTRUDE l\1. PARKER .. Redwood Falls "Cart" "I have learned in wbatsoe,·er state I am, Therewith to be content." PRIMARY

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J\lay Fete 1; Second Volley Ball Team 1; ·y. VI. C. A. 1, 2; l\Iason )lusic Club 1, :2 ; Coasting Club 2. U£THA BAKER . . ... Brainerd " Duke" " Tf you would grow great and stalely, You must learn to walk sedately." PHYSICAL EDUCATIO N

W. A. A. 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Physical l~d ucation Clu b 2. DUNNUJ\1 . . . Lanesboro "Milly " "Fashioned slenderl y, meek and fair, I s this maiden with light brown h air-" ~liLDRED

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" U" of Minneso ta ' 20; Kindergarten Club I , :2 ; May Fete 1; Y. 'vV. C. A. 1, 2. . . ·winona DOROTHY ROHWEDER. " They say she was once caught studying." ADI'AKCED

:\lay Fete 1; \V. A. A. 1, Vice President :2; First Basketball Team 1, Captain 2; First Volley Ball Team 1; first Baseball Team 1, 2; First Soccer Team 1; First Hockey Team 1. HILDA I-I. WEBER ...... . .. ..... J\lound " To act with common sense is the greatest wisdom. " KINDERGARTEN

May Fele l; Second .13askct Ball Team 1; \V. A. A. 1, :2· Y. W. C ..\. 1, 2; Kindergarten ' Club l , :2 . .\ .\GOT LOFTFIELD .. ...... l\Jinncapolis "Jacll" " Aim a little above the mark And you will be sure to hit it. " ADVANCED

Superio r Normal, Superior, Wis.,' 12; College of Agriculture, Sl. Paul, '15, ' 19 ; "U" of Minnesota, Summer ' l!l; May Fete J; Mepdelssohn Club 2; Y. \V. C. A. 2; Honor T eacher :2.

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. .. Hou ston .JULIA JOHNSON ... " One cannot but like l1 er. " INTERMEDIATE

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. . St. Paul DELPHINE ANDERSON . "Del" " Be just and gracious unto me, I As I am kind and confident to thee. " KI N D~RGARTE N

Macales ter College '21; Firs t Hockey Team 1; May F ete 1; W. A. A. 1, 2; Kindergarten Club 1, 2; Y. W. C. A.) , President 2 .

. Stillwater HELEN GLADE "A face with gladness o'ersprcad." Musrc A. 1, :2; Mason Music Club 1, :!.

WILLIAM OTT. . . Winona "Herein is personified all that a good student should be." jU N iOR COLLEGE

Class President 1, 2; Winonan Starr 2; Wenonah Staff 2 ; Octette 1, 2; Class Play 2; Mu Epsilon N u 2, Treasurer l.

. . Brainerd IDA HOLDEN . "Oh, bles t with temper whose unclouded way Can make tomorrow cheerful as today ." ADVA NCED

l\Iay Fete 1; Second Baseball Team 1; Basketball Team 1; W.-A. A. 1, 2; Y. W . C. A. 1, Cabinet 2; North Lodge House President 2.


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" \Ve don't know why we love her, vVe've never tried to see; For we've just got a feeling That it's because she's she." May Fete 1; Kindergarten Club 1, President :.!; Y. W. C. A. 1, Cabinet:.!.

BERNICE ROST ... . . Winona "Bunn" " A dram of goodness is worth a world of greatness." ADVA:-.JCED

First Baseball Team 1; First Volley Ball Team 1; Y. W. C. .\ . I; W. A. ,\. J , :.!.

WALTER F. WEGNER ... • ... .:viorristown " II ans" "Nothing at Limes is more expressive than silence." ADVANCED

"U", J\lilwaukec; Junior High School Club 1; l\lu Epsilon )Ju t, 2; Country ~farquette

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MINNIE E. THIELE. . ........ Winona " It is a friendly heart who has plenty of friends." · 1VI USIC First Soccer Team 1; First Baseball Team 1.; First Volley Ball Team 1; First Basket Ball Team 1; May Fete 1; Mason Music Club 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, :.!; Y. W. C. A. 2.

. .... .... Oakland ILENE LIGHTLY .. "The friendship that makes the least noise is often the most useful." ADVANCED

Y. W. C. A. 2; Honor Teacher 2. ...,.~

GRACE WHITE .. . ... l\Iaiden Rock, Wis. " Modest simplicity is a virtue." ~Iay Fete 1; Y. \V. C. A. 1, Cabinet 2 .

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" Quiel and gentle, slender and lall, With her hair of gold and smile for all. " ORA WING

) l cnclclssohn Club 1, 2; Wenonah Stall I, ::' ; ~ l ay Felc 1 ; Reel Wing Club 2.

. Dexter CH.\ lnES \ ' ElUI I LYK\ . "Chuck" " ~·f y only books were women 's looks, ,\ncl folly 's all they ' ve taught me." ADVA NCE D

)[ u Epsilon Nu 1, President 2; Class Treas u rcr :2 ; Wenonah Playe rs ::' ; Wenonah Staff ::' .

. . Welcome FIUNCES KEUSCII . . " Enthusiasm is the breath of genius." PHY SICAL ED UCATIO="

Baseball I; Basketball 1, :2 ; Skating Club 2; Tobogganing Club ::': Skiing Club :2; Volley Ball l , :2.

)f.\RY H.\ NXA. "JI a·m ic"

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"Gracious as sunshine. sweel as clew, Shut in a lily's core." AovA~CED

Sl. Mary's Hall '20, '21; Episcopal Girls' Club 2.

.. Zumbrota CONSTAKCl~ BERG "She was goo d lo sec and hea r and say 'Good morning' lo. " AD\'.\XCED

Bemidji State T eachers College.

SERAI'HlNE M 1\ RTL'..J .. . ..... Glencoe " There is no outward sign of co urtesy Thal docs not resl on a sound foundation. " ADVANCE D

Wenonah Players 1, 2; "The Wonder Hal" ::'; Catholic Students' Club 1, President 2; Honor Teach er 2; Presid ent .Morey Hall , Summer ':22.

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Catholic Students' Club 1, 2; Country Life Club 1, 2.

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OLIVE LIVI NGS TON~ ......... Rocheste r "Without kindness there can be no true joy. "

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Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; May F ete l; \V ..\ . . \. 1, 2.

DOROTHY MAGNUS .. . . ...... Winona " Charm, wisdom, g race, What more co uld be desired?" J uNIOR COLLEGE

M endelssohn Club 1, President 2; Wenonah Players 1, President 2; Wenonah Staff 2; Mixed Oc tette 1, 2; Catholic Students' Club :2; W. A. A. 2; Class Play 2; Winonan Staff 2.

I I MILVINA H. N ICKELS .

.Lak e Elmo " Any task falls before her ability ; She does every thing with facility ." PRIMARY

Teachers Training School, St. Paul '21; Y. W . C. A. 2.

~OROTHY NE HRI NG. l\linneapolis "She loves all the days of the week. especially Saturday and Sunday."

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May F ete 1; Twin City Club 1, 2; Episcopal Girls' Club 1, Vice Presid ent 2. I

SARAH H. MEFFERT .... ..... .\rlington "Pockets" " I ne ve r leave for tomorrow what I can do today." ADVANCED

Mankato State Teachers College '21; Mason Music Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Country Life Club 2; W. A. A. 2; Skating Club 2; Bask~>t­ bal l 1, :2; H ono.r T-eacher 2.


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BELVA SKUSTAD .. .. Grand 1leadow " But bear today what e're today may bring, 'Tis the on e way to make tomorrow sing. " !NTERME DIATI'

Y. \V. C. .\. 1, 2.

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" Jiud " " Th e personification of sweet ness and dignity." KI N DERGARTEN

..\lay Fete 1; Twin City Club 1, 2; Kindergarten Club l, 2; Basketball T eam 2.

LUCILE 1IORAN.. Has tings "Her eyes like stars of twilight fair And twilight, too , her du sky hair. " ADVANCE D

Catholic Students' Club 1, :2 ; ..\lay Fete I .

P .\ ULIKE WEINTRAUB. . . .. \\'inona " Variety is the spice of life. But just the sam e life is spiced without variety ." ADVA NCED

Junior High School Club l.

EVE LY N ANDERSON ... ....... Chatfield " It is nice to be natural, If you arc naturally nice. " PRBI.\RY

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; May Fete l.

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J\fay Fete 1; First Basketball Team 1; Firs t Baseball Team 1; First Volley Ball Team 1; First Hockey Team 1; W. ,\ . . \. 1, :.?; Y. W. C. A.:.?.

FLORE NCE HURD .. . ....... \\'abasha " Though I am always in has te , I am never in a hurry. " ADVA NCED

Catholi c Students' Club 1, :.?.

I ~ THI ~ L J\llSK ,\ ................. Glenco e " Defers no tim e, but does her work at once. "

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IIENR Y G. Tfl<: D EJ\fAN. . . Dexter " A brave man seeks not for popular applause. " , \DY ANCED

J\Iu Epsilon Nu 1, :.?; Country Life Club l, :.? •

. . . Lewiston EUNICE WIRT . "Simplicity is a captivating grace." ADVAJ\CED

Juni or High School Club 1, :.?; Bas ketball :2 .

. . Kerkhoven VIOLET HEDSTROM. " Why aren't they all contented like me?" I NTER MEDIATE

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" 1 ke" " Jier crow nin g glory was her hair. " Mu src l\Iay f e t e l ; First Baseball Team 1; W. A. A. :.?; Y. \\'. C. A. :2 ; l\Iaso n Mu sic C lub 1, 2; Catholic Students' C lu b 1, :2.

l\ L\BEL G. J{EHf' ELD. Rus h City " Th e mildes t manner with the bravest mind. " ,\ D\'c\NCED

P ,\ U LJ NE NOTIIELFER .. . .... \ppleto n " Laugh no t too mu ch , the witty man laugh s leas t. " Pn YSlCAL

ED UCATION

.i\fay F e t e J ; \V. A. A. 1, 2; first H ockey T eam J ; First Base ball Team 1; Y. \V. C. .\ . :2 ; .Win ter Spo rts Club :2.

E STHER LUEDTl\. E. . ....... \\"in ona " . \life o[ service is a li fe of happin ess. " KINDERG A RTE X

Kinder"arteJl Club 1, :2.

,\RAVELLA S.\.NDERS ...... Buf1alo L ake " Glories, like glow-wo rm s, afar off shin e bright. "

J\L LJS I C l\fay F e te 1 ; l\1aso n l\[usic Clu b 1, :2 ; V. \V. C. A. 1, 2.

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. . Gay lo rd " Smilfs" "She has two eyes so so ft a nd brow n, Take Care! S he gives a side glance and looks down , B eware! Beware! ADvA NCED

W . A. A. 1, 2; Y. W. C .. \ . 1, 3.

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Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; May Fete 1.

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Y. W. C..\. 1, Cabinet 2; W. A. A. 1, Secretary 2; Junior High School Club 1 ; Winter Spo rts Club 2; ~fay Fete 1.

HARRIET THYKESON. . .... Albert L ea " She doeth little kindnesses which most leave undone, or despise." PRIMARY

Y . W. C . A. 1, 2; Kindergarten Club 1, 2; E piscopal Girls' Clu b 2; Vice President Morey Hall :!.

ETHEL ANDER SON . . ....... Dassel "Be good sweet maid and let who will be cleve r. " i\DVANC!iD

EDNA

KEK~Y.

.... Caledonia "Peggy" "She has the brightest little twinkle, vVh e n a funny thing occurs." ADVANCED

Catholic Stud ents' Club 1, 2; Junior High School Club 1, 2; May Fete 1; W . A. A. l, :!; Winter Spo rts Club :2.

LTDA J. KOOXTZ. . .... Glenville " She looks so meek but is nol meek at all." ADVA~CED

:y]"ay Fete 1.

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May Fete 1; Catholic Students' Club 1, 2;

SHERMAN MITCHELL. . .... Winona " He is not only a good scholar, but a gent}eman and a good fellow." ADVANCED

Football1, 2; Track 1, 2; Wenonah Staff 1, 2; Forum President 1; Mixed Octette 1, 2; Mu Epsilon Nu 1, 2; Winonan Staff 2 .

. St. Paul EDITH BURKE. "In thy winsome features meet Joy, content, and wisdom sweet." ADVANCED

DORIS TURNQUIST. . ....... Stillwater "A wild, free-hearted, careless one, With dread of books and love of fun." ADVANCED

Twin City Club 1, 2; Episcopal Girls' Club 1, 2; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2; Mason Music Club 1, 2.

FRANCES ZINNELL. ..

. . Minneapolis

"F1·an"

"Happiness is a rare cosmetic." PRIMARY

Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Volley Ball 1; May Fete 1; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Twin City Club 1, 2; Wenonah Staff 2; " W" Club 1, 2; Coasting Club 2.

FLORENCE CHILD ...

. ... \Yinona

"Floss"

" Try to argue if you can, I can beat most any man." ADVANCED

W. A. A. 1, 2; First Soccer Team 1; Second Baseball Team 1; First Volley Ball Team 1; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2.

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BER N I CE M . REGA N . ...... Minn eapolis " Who pleasure gives shall j oy receive." P R IM AR Y

No rma l Training South High School , .Minneapolis ' :21; Ca th olic Students' Club :2 ; T win City Club :2.

L.\ U R ETTA

~lr\K OUS K \ ' .....

Sih-e r Lake

"Pu ss"

" Wit is an un expec ted expl osion o f th e voice." AD \' ANCED

St. Clo ud T ea chers Coll ege ':20 ; Y. W. C. A. :! ; W.A.A. 2 ; Coasting Clu b :2; Skating Clu b :2.

ROS.\M UN D SU N DE .

. . Wino na

" R ose,

" W earing all that weigh t Of learning lightly like a Oowe r. " AD\'AI\CE: D

M ay F et e J ; Junior Hig h School Club I ; f<'i rst Baseball T eam l ; \V . . \ .. \ . 1, 2; Y. \V.

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,\LFRED R\ N SO N . . . Elkton "./I t" " Lie has not time fo r girls o r fa rce, A me re diploma is his a im ." AD\"ANCED

Juni or Hi gh Sch ool Club 1; Co untry Li fe Club l ; 1\ fu Epsilo n .Nu I , :2.

GENEVTE VE DALI~ Y . . . Winona " f<'o r s he was just th e q uiet kind \\' hose natures never va ry."

M usic M ay F e te I ; J\l ason Music Club I , :2; Cath olic Students' Club J .

fl\L \ HAZE LTI N E . . .. . Deepha ve n " The pe rso nification of yo uth , Sweet, attractive; who sp eaks in truth. " ADVA NCE D

"U" o[ Minn eso ta '21 ; Y. W . C. ,\ . 2; W. t\. A. 2.

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Fete l; \\' . .-\ . . \. :?; Catholic Students'

Club I,:.!.

. .. \\'inona LEONE SCI-I00:\0\"l-:R. ".-\n cl we lose the doubt and th e fear we had , so little it takes to make us glad." ADVA'\ C ED ~[ay

Fete 1 ; Juni or High School Club 1.

. . Wl1 eaton C \ROL YN QU.\ST . " J{ ell;/' " The very room coz sh e was in , Seemed warm from Door to ceilin ' ." INTERMEDIATE

Carleton Coll ege ':.!0, ':?:?; Y. W. C. .\. l .

. . .-\ppleton VJOL\ B]ORG.\ N . "Vic" "Gay good natu re spa rkl es in thy eyes." ADVANCED

May F ete 1 ; W. A. A. 1; Y . W. C. A. 1, 2; First Volley Ball Team 1 ; Winter Sports Club 2.

FLORENCE KAlSI':l~ . . " rlorence, so stately and tall , Is loved by friend s large an d smal L" ADVANCED

May Fete l ; Volley Ball Team Captain 1; F irst Hockey Team l ; \V. A..\ . l, 2; Junior Hi gh Sc hool Clu b l.

. . Preston GENEVIEVE T. RYA2\f . "Gen" " Li ke gravity she has the power of attraction. " ADVANCED

Fifth Year Normal; W. A. A. 2; Catholi c Students' Clu b, Treasurer :.!.

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Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; T win City Club 1, 2.

BER N I CE BL AKESLEE .... Spring Valley " Benice" "She d oeth li ttle kindnesses Which others leave undon e." A DVANCE D

Y. W. C. A. 2; Coun t ry Life Club 1, 2.

HELEN FIFIELD . . . ... . Winona " H elen has a pleasant way Of ma kin g ever y month seem May." A D VANCED

W. A. A. 1, 2; F irst Soccer Team 1; F irst Volley Ball Team 1; F i rst Hockey T eam 1; Second Baseba ll T ea m 1.

DOROTHY KL ENK .. ... .. . .. . . .. Easto n "Dot" "Lightly was he r slend er nose T ip- tilted li ke the p et al of a Bowe r." A DVANCE D

Y. W . C. A. 1, 2; W . A. A. 2; Skating Clu b 2; Coas tin g Club 2.

FAE E LLISON. . . Win on a " H er air, h er manner, all who saw admired." ADVA N CED

May F ete 1.

'· E THEL L. E RI CK SON . .. . . Cashton , Wis. " Nothin g's so ha rd but search will find it o u t." ADVANCED

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. . Winona

"Dotty" " Her very frowns are fairer far Than smiles of other maidens are." PRIMARY

May Fete 1; Catholic Students' Club 1, 2; Honor Teacher 2; Wenonah Players 2.

NORA McGETTIGAN .... Bismarck, N. D. " Always tendin'g to her duty in a quiet unobtrusive sort of way." ADVANCED

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2.

LOIS

~VERTS.

. .... Minneapolis "She 's witty and clever, And talks on forever. " KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten Club 1, 2; Senior Kindergarten Class President; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Twin City Club P1·esident 2; May Fete l; Wenonah Players 2.

EMMA DIETZ .

. ... ...... New Prague

"Em-'' ":Mirth and mischief bubbling over with glee." ADVANCED

May Fete 1; Junior High School Club 1; W. A. A. 1, 2; First Baseball Team 1; Second Basketball Team 1; Catholic Students' Club J, 2.

MARIAN BAGLEY ............. Welcome " Towering in confidence and good will." MUSIC

Junior High School Club, Treasurer 1; All Star Basketball Team 1; Cheer leader 1; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2; Wenonah Staff 1; Mason Music Club l, 2; Winonan Staff 2.

. . Blue Earth VIVIAN J\J. STOLTE "V-iv" "Goodness is beauty in its best estate." ADVANCED

Mankato State Teachers College '21; Y. W . C. A. 2; Honor Teacher 2.

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.\LI CE: CATHERJNE MANNING . . . Grand Rapid s, Mi ch. "A fair exterior is a silent recommendation." ADVAKCED

Grand Rapids Junior College ' 21 , ':2:2; Ca tholic Students' Club :2.

IRMA BREWSTER .......... Stewartvill e " A girl of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows." c\DVAKCED

Y. \V. C. A. :2; Honor T eacl1 e r :2.

EDWARD STH. ElfF.

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" H e's a man after his own h eart. " ADVA NCE D

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ball I , :2.

::\L\BEL LORA L.\NGE. . .. Hutchin so n "Mibbs" " A chrrrmin g lrrss with a sweet disposition." PRl1\1AllV

"U" of Oregon '2 1; :Mendelssohn Club 2 .

LILUAN SPROTT. . . . Sp rin g Valley "Sprilt " " It is better to be right thrrn to be l eft." ADYANCED

Y. W . C. A. 1, 2; Junior High School Club 1.

INEZ ECKBLc\ D .............. R ed Wing " Hi gh erected tho ughts seated in a heart of co urtesy." HoME EcoNOMics Home Economics Club 1, Presid ent 2; Y. II'. C. A. I , 2; R ed Wing Clu b 2.


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Catholic Students' Club 2.

HELEN WOOD .... .. .. ....... Pine Island "She's always so pleasant and so willing to help. " PRIMAR Y

::\1acalester College ' 21, ' 22.

MARVEL BERKINS. . . . Rochester "To be of service rather than to be conspicuous. " ADVANCED ~-

N . I. S. Aberdeen, S. D. I

ELIZABETH .-\. SHACI..:ELL . . \\"inona "Shack" " \,Yhate 'er she did was done with so much ease, In her alone 'twas natural to please." ADVANCED

l\fay Fete 1; Wenonah Players 1, 2.

EMMA M. KOLST:\D.

Lanesboro

"Em" "Jolly, yet serious; fun loving, yet sincere." ADYA:-.ICED

Y. \\' . C. A. 1, 2; ::\Iorey Hall Librarian :! ; Wenonah Staff 2; \Vinonan Staff 2; Honor Teacher 2.

MARY W. LAUGHLIN ... . .... Owatonna "For she has such a face and such a mien As to be loved needs only to be seen." KINDERGARTEN

College of St. Catherine '20; Kindergarten Club 2, President 1; Y. W. C. J\. 2.

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I~ H.ELLE CORCORAN. . . Gaylord "Corky" "Glossy hair, clustered over a browIntelligent, fair, and smooth." W. A. A. 1, 2; Winter Sports Club 2; May Fete 1; First Baseball Team 1; First Soccer Team 1; Tennis Tournament l .

ALICE KAUPHUSMr\N. . Winona "To her ideals she's true, Upholds them as only she can do." INTERMEDIATE

Ca tholic Students' Club 1, 2.

IOLA K . HASSETT . . . \Vi nona " I rish" " If I had a thousand tongues, I would but use them all." INTE RMEDIATE

Catholic Students' Club 1, 2.

JUNE PETERS ............. Cannon Falls "And what she greatly thought, sh e greatly dared to do." ADVA NCED

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2.

FLORENCE FELIEN ........ Cannon Falls "Flo" " Keep the golden mean between saying too much and too little." PRIMARY

Y. vV. C. A. 1, 2.

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Catholic Students' Club 1, Secretary 2; Winonan Staff 2.

IDA PllU~L. . .......... Owatonna "Just a happy, smiling, friend to all." INTERMEDIATE

Mankato State Teachers College .

MILDRED KREGER. . . . . . Green Isle "111ilty" " The touch that's gracious, deft, and Jeminine." INTERMEDIATE

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NELLIE BANG. ......... Lit'chqeld "Forward and frolic glee was there, / The will to do, and the soul to dare." PHYSICAL EDUCATION

First Baseball Team 1; First Basketball Team 1; May Fete 1; W. A. A. 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2; Physical Education Club 2.

EDNA R. STEGNER. . ... Wabasha "Tubby" "She's all my fancy painted her. She's lovely. She's divine." May Fete l; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Kindergarten Club 1, 2; Episcopal Girls' Club 1, 2; "Jepthah's Daughter" 2; Class Play 2.

GENIE GRAY. . . Red Wing "Mischief has not tempted me." I

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Y.W. C. A., 1, 2; Red Wing Club Vice President 2.

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\V. A. A. 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 2; May Fete 1; First Baseball Team 1; first Hockey Team 1; Physical Education Club President 2; Winter Sports Club 2.

. .. Welcome " What swee t delights a quiet life . afford." PRIMARY

:\Iankato Teachers College .

. . . SL Bonifacius "Common sense is very uncommon." ADVANCED

Y. W. C.,\. 1, 2; W. A. A. 2.

GLADYS SCHANSBERG .... Spring Grove "Her ways arc ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace." Musrc "U " of :Minnesota '20; Mason Music Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 2; Mendelssohn Club 2.

:\JAR G U 1-:RIT 8 O'NEILL. ..... Plainview "Peggy" "Good deeds bring reward." ADVANCED

Catholic Students' Club 1; Country Life Club 1, 2.

. Adams NORA KNUTSON. "A Maiden never bold in spirit." ADVANCED

:\fay Fete I ; Y. W. C. :\. 2.

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ELLA A. MONS0:\1. Lanesboro "El" "One of those people no one knows anything mean about." ADVANCED

Fifth Year Normal; Y. W. C. A. 1; Country Life Club l.

. . vVatertown LILLIA:\1 E. ODELL. "Little things like meals or sleep Never interfere with her studies." ADVANCED

May Fete 1; Tennis Tournament l; First. Baseball Team 1; Winonan Staff 2; Y. W. C . A. Cabinet 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Wenonah Staff 2 .

:\lABEL J. TUN GLAND. . . . Rushford "Those graceful acts that daily flow From all her words and actions." ADVANCED

St. Olaf College 'lD; Y. W . C. A. 2.

VERA PETERSON ............... 1\.iester "Give me a look, give me. a face, That makes simplicity a grace." ADVANCED

\·. W. C. A. 2; Winter Sports Club 2.

RUTH WIBERG ............ Lake Crystal "Wondrous is the strength of cheerfulness." ADVANCED

Mankato State Teachers College '20; Y. \V.

C. A. 2.

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"Stell" ",\11 must venture who will win." ADVA:-.ICED

Country Life Club 1, 2; Country Life Play 1; May Fete 1; Catholic Students' Club 2.


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:\Jay Fete 1.

FLORENCE J ENSEN. Kasson "Silence does not indicate lack of wisdom." ADVA:-lCED

\V. A. A. 2.

JAMES :\1cC.\ fFREY. Winona "Cuff" "I dare do all that may become a man." ADVANCED

:\Ju Epsilon Nu 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, :2.

IRENE RUSS. . ...... Winona "Sh e knows much and thinks more." PENMANSHIP

STELLA HILL

..... ]\[arble "Sally"

"Bright as the su n h er eyes the gazers strike, And li ke the sun, they shine on all alike." PRDfARY

May Fete 1; Episcopal Girls' Clu b 1, President 2; Volley Ball 1; Morey Hall House President 2; Class Vice President 2; Wenonah Staff 2.

NINA LEIGHTY I-L\ UGHLUJ\1 .. Glenvill e "Is she not passing fair?" ADVAKCED


HELEN \VILK T~ S

. Ortonvill e

" J:Jee'i..C1CC"

" Thoughts whose very swee tness yieldeth proof That they were born for immortality. " KI ='I DERGARTE='I

Kind ergarten Club l , :2; May fete 1; Firs t Basketball Team 1; \V. r\. ,\. I. :2; Y . 'vV. C . .\. I , \"i cc President :2.

. . RLishforcl JUDITH EIKE:'-J. " J udy" "S he knows what she knows wh en she knows it." AD VAl\CE D

::\l encl clsso hn C lu b Honor Teachin g 2.

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,\LBERT J ACOBSON.

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Pete rsen

"Ja kie"

"Parlcy-vous Svenska o r

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faribault .-\NNETTE HANNA. "A nn ie" " By her gracious manner and incliviclual cloth es, She' ll be k nown wherever she goes." ADVAI\'C IW

Wenonah PI<J-yers 1; Episcopal Girls' Clu b l, :2.

BERXICE DREWS.

No rth Branch

"Berney"

"A treasure of friencl sl1ip, Upon whom we may rely." .-\ D\' Al\'CEO

\\' ..\.A. :2; Winter Sports Club 1; Basketball :2; :May F ete l.

H .\ZEL HANSON. . ... . M inn eapolis "One who nc\'er turned h e r back." PIHAI A RY

Twin City Club 1; Y. W. C . A. 1.

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. .... La;1esboro "Et" " What greater or better gift can we o!Ier our country than to teach our youth?" KI NDERGARTEN

May Fete 1 ; Y. W. C. i\. 1, 2; Kindergarten Club 1, 2.

ELEANOR GREE~E. ...... \Vest Concord "Our deeds determine us, As much as we determine our d eeds." I NTE RMEDIATE

Co untry Life Club 1; Y. W. C. A. 2.

LEONA M. HEDSTROM . Kerkho ven "Come play with me and happy be." I N T ER MEDIATE

St . Cloud T eache rs College '20, ' 21 ; \V. A. ,\. 1.

LOLA FAY.

. . St. Cha rles "Faye"

"When clone by her, ' tis well clone." ADVANCED

W. A. A. I; Tennis Tournament 1; Cou ntry Life C lub 1, 2; Catholic Stud en ts ' Club l , 2.

I ~ VA I-IU SJ~Y.

. ..... Red Wing "Tall, blond e, and slend er, To whom we our h earts s urre nder. " I NTERMEDI ATE

IVA BROWN .

. ... G ra nd Mcadow "I ve" " Wise to resolve and patient to perform." KtKDERGARTE"'

May Fete 1; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Kind ergarten Club 1, Sec retary 2.

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Men delssohn Club 1, 2; Octette 1, 2; Maso n Music Club 2; Class Play 2; R ed Win g Clu b Pres id ent 2.

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II. PETERS ....... Brainerd " Be a"

"Never was a girl more ge nial and happy than she." PRfMAR Y

Mendelssohn 1, Vice Pres id ent 2; Wenonah Players 1, Secreta ry-Treasure r 2; Cat holic St ud ents Club 1, 2.

. Winona CY RU S F . JE NNI NGS. ".\nd o'er that fair broad brow we re brought The intersectin g Jines of thought. " J\1A NUAL TRAI NING

Bradley P olytechni c In stitute , Peoria; "U" of Chi cago, Summer School; Ass is tant Man ual Trainin g T eacher.

HELE N PRITCHARD ....... Lake Crystal " Pleasant, fair, ag reeable, and swee t. " P R I MARY

.\LICE BECJ-I TER . . ... Win o na "Nothing is dilficult to the wi llin g mind." ADVA NC IW

Junior Hi gh School Club L

.. Winona "Her eyes a re large-so 1s h er h ea rt." , \0\ ".\:'\CED

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Y. \\'. C. A. 1, :2; \V. ;\. ,\ . :2; Basketball.

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l\l::ty Fete 1; Y. \V. C. i\. I ,~; Co un t ry Life Club 1, 2; Hon o r T eac h e r~.

. .. . Stockto n ANNA W. RAFOTH. " Th e price of wisdom is abo,·c rubi es." ADVA:'>ICED

Juni or Hi gh School Club I .

EMMA M. GIBBS.

Win ona "E m" " A blush on the cou nten a nce is better than a blemish on t he heart." I NTERMEDIATE

J\1 ay Fete 1; Wenonah Sta ff

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. . Pipestone " .Kn owledge is power; Th erefore J must lea rn ." r\DVAKCED

Pipesto ne Junior Coll ege 'n , '22; Y. W. C. A. 2; \Veo;t Lodge Hou se President :2.

MARGJ\RET E. KOlHS'L\ .... Silver La ke "k! argc" " Ilcr mann er was ever sweet a nd harmonious." PRiliARY

St. Cloud Teachers College ':20; Y. \Y . C.,\ .'!.

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YATES. c\lbert Lea "Sib" " A thinker and a doer, successful in everything she undertakes." ADVANCED ~Iendcl ss ohn

Club 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Girls ' Sextette 1; Wenonah Players 1, Vice President :2; Junior High School Club Vic e President 1; Y. \V. C. A. 1, 2; May Fete 1; Vice President Shepard Hall 2, Class Play 2 ; Wenonah s taff 1, 2.

. . Wendell JULIA ADAMS. " \Vhen you have p lenty to speak for you, why speak'" AD VA:s!CE D

LEONA DROMETER.

Hastings "Drom" "Full of fun and mischief too , Doing things she shouldn't do ." ADvA NCED

Junior High School Club 1; Catholic Students' Club L

. .Adams ,\LVINA ROGNE. "A disposition to make every corner cozy." ADVAKCED

J\Iay Fete 1; Y . W. C. A. 2.

ROLAND M. TORGERSON.

Harmony

"I am not in the roll of common men. " MA NUAL TR AI:s!ING

.. Delhi 1L\ R Y CAR BERT. "111 oily" " A sense of duty pursues me ever." , \ DI'ANCED

Y. \\' .C. A. 1, 2; Country Li fe Club I.


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Kindergarten Club 2; Mendelssohn Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 2; Catholic Students' Club 2; Twin City Club 2.

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.. \\'inona LOUfSE .\. SPENCE. "Lewie" "Her way is pleasant, her smile is gold; Her friendship lasting; so I've been told. " I NTERMEDIATE

Pirs t Voll ey Ball Team 1; W . A. A. l , 2.

. .l\1ora GLADYS CHECK. " ,\ll wisdom docs not come from boo ks; Why s tudy and spoil your good looks?" PRIMARY

MILDRED E. VERMILYEA. . . .. Dexter " An excellent student, quiet and serene." l NTE RMEDI ATE

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Country Life Club J , 2; Honor Teache r :2.

MADONNA SCHISSEL ........ . .. Adams " Donna"

" The voice so sweet, the words so fair, r\ s some soft clime had stroked her air." ADVANCED

Shepard Hall House Presid ent 2; Catholi c Stud ents' Club 1, 2.

ANNE HOLMES .. Sechl erville, Wis . ."One who to herself is tru e, And therefore mu st be true to you. " ADVAKCED

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IR EN E 0. MO N DALE . . ... Bricely n "! " "God give th spe ech to all, so ng to few. " M usi c M endelssohn Club 1, 2 ; Mason Mu sic Club l , Presid ent 2; W enon a h Sta JT 2.

ABBIE NETTERBERG . . S t. P a u.l " We love h er frank a nd s milin g face, H er sensibl e a nd q ui et g race." PRlM ,\ RY

T each ers Trai nin g Sch ool, St. P a ul '2 1; Y. W. C. A. 2; T win City Club 2; Wenonah Sta:fl' 2.

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TIULDAH H. HENNING . . Zumbrota "Sitort_y" "Whence is thy learning) Hath th y toil O'er books consumed the midnight oil?" KIKDERCARTEN

Kindergarten Club 1, 2; May Fete 1; Winonan Stai'[ :2.

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HELEK CL.\RK. . Minneapolis " Who mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth." I :-ITER.\l!CDL\TE

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THE SCHEDULE Eau Claire Nor mal School . . .. ·40 . ..... I 5 Alumni. Luther Seminary ... .. . .. ... 29 Rochester Junior College . 27 La Crosse Nor mal School . . . 46 . . . . . . 28 Stout Institute. Luther Seminary. . ...... 20 St. Cloud Teachers College . 24 ]\Janka to Teachers College ......... Io St. Cloud Teachers College . . 2I Rochester Junior College ..... I6

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THE SCHEDULE Cotter High School. o La Crosse Normal School ...........'io Shattuck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 24 Eau Claire Normal School.. . ... 48 Rochester Junior College . . r9 9 St. Cloud Teachers College

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HE past year of scholastic endeavor has been punctuated copiously with social function s, a b rief resume of which the Scribbler will attempt in the following lines. Be not too critical as the aforesaid Scribbler cannot be aware of all the startling details of the many affairs of the year just past.

September Music is said to have a very soothing effect, so music was present at the Faculty Reception when the powers-that-be met the teachers-to-be for the first time socially. This took place in the Library Building, and, as the Social Reporter of the famed Homer Howler would write, "dancing was enjoyed , refreshments were served, and a good time was had by all. "

Hallowe'en In October a very pretty Hallowe'en party was given by the Seniors to the Juniors, an annual affair. The gymnasium of the Library Building was transformed from a place of physical endeavor to the respective playgrounds of St. Peter and the Satanic Majesty. All of those present ceased to be humans and were mere ghosts who, upon applying to St. Peter at the gate of Heaven, were closely questioned as to the reason why they should be admitted. There seems to be some justice in this world after all, as but few of the Faculty were successful in their application. There was great "weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth" but all to no avail- with few exceptions they were sent to Dante's Old Stamping Ground. Before and after this burlesque, various movements more or less graceful and rythmic, accompanied by something called Jazz, were apparently enjoyed by those present.

November In the month of November, the Scribbler attended a party given by the Home Economics Department. The first feature of entertainment was a play entitled " Lima Beans," wherein the young bride's culinary efforts began and ended with Lima Beans. She was to be pitied for her lack of knowledge and experience, but the Scribbler's heart goes out to the young husband who had to eat this steady diet. Refreshments took the form of cookies and cider. The former were fairly hard; nothing was said of the latter.

Christmas Since all Yuletide parties take on a male aspect in the form of old St. Nick, the annual December social function was given in the Men's gymnasium by the Dramatic and Mendelssohn Clubs. The devotees of the Drama staged a very pretty and appropriate biblical play, "The Wandering Scholar from Paradise." This was accompanied by Christmas carols by the song birds. Every one except the Scribbler brought a gift and everyone therefore received a gift from the hands of St. Nick except the Scribbler. Wish we'd brought one now. Our highly esteemed life was sayed howeYer by this benevolent old gentleman, the rescue taking the form of a stocking filled with Christmas candy. This was no


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special favor as everyone present received a like gift. Dancing was made possible by some of the most excellent music of the entire year.

The New Year Nineteen twenty-three was fittingly begun by the annual Kindergarten Club's dancing party, held at the Masonic Temple, our new home. The New Year was typified by a little child who brought forth the four seasons of the year. These likewise were exemplified by groups of girls garbed in the robes typical of the four cycles of a year. Flags of different colors were given to the dancers, the color of the flag held by each determining the kind of refreshment he might have. The general plan and the actual carrying out was one of the most unique of any party the Scribbler had ever attended.

George Washington After the Seniors so royally entertained the Juniors in October, the Juniors, not to be outdone, asked George and Martha to greet their guests at the annual party. Dancing was enjoyed by most, and, as is always the case, just danced by some. A pretty exhibition of the old colonial minuet was given, followed by a series of tableaux depicting the ladies of the nation from the Indian through the modern woman of fashion. Following this George and Martha led their guests in a grand march. Refreshments consisted of cherry ice cream and cakes in a hatchet form. The hatchets were made edible in order to reduce the number of casualties. Friend Scribbler ate all he could get. After the refreshments social dancing concluded the affair, which by its success makes us wish we were living forever with George and Martha.

St. Patrick's Day On the seventeenth of March the Scribbler again cloned his best attire and betook himself to the party to which the Women's Athletic Association had so cordially invited him a few days before. After being welcomed by the members who were so becomingly clad in white dresses and green ties, he witnessed a most entertaining program. The word "Welcome" was formed by some of the more limber members, a Dutch Dance given, and an uproarious demonstration of a gymnasium program concluded the first part of the entertainment. The members of the Faculty then presented extemporaneously, "Winsome Winnie." As the Scribbler watched them play their several roles, the thought that perhaps some had missed their calling flitted through his head, but as suddenly vanished, when he remembered that great psychological truth of high correlation among ·specific mental abilities. When the Scribbler had danced for a while, he became very thirsty, but much to his delight, the hostesses had forseen this possibility and he was served with cooling and refreshing frapee and nabiscoes. Eleven o'clock came all too soon and everyone left with the desire that it would not be long before he could attend another such party.

April No one could afford to miss the circus, especially one given by the Y. W. C. A. girls. Muddy roads and rainy weather, so common in April, could not keep anyone away. Colored folks from neighboring villages came on foot and

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May The May Fete will assemble once more the entire student body of the college. Everything that bespeaks of joy, mirth, life, and hope will be there and will send each student to his home with the feeling of gratitude and good will to all. And thus, after a year of much mirth and laughter, much work to make it possible, and the deep feeling of satisfaction that comes of having things well done, the Scfibbler bids you farewell.

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I believe in Society. I have faith in the society of yesterday and of today. I have hope for the society of tomorrow. Society of yesterday learned m:any things. Those things which benefited it, it has accepted as good. This knowledge it gave to society of today. Society of today accepts these truth s. It also discovers many new truths which are good. All these it has to offer society of tomorrow. I believe that the best way to give these truths to the society of tomorrow 1s through schools. I believe in schools. They have to offer the expenence of the past. They have to train the thinkers of the future. They stand with open doors as the living proof of society's unselfish love for the morrow. They are society's gift to the younger generation who are the pupils. I believe in my pupils. I believe that each is an individual worthy of respect. Each has his own place to fill in life. I believe that it is for me to realize what that place is and to do my share in preparing him for it. I believe that it is for me to give my pupils my time, my training, my love, - my best ; and to do so with dignity, sympathy, patience, understanding. The future of my pupils depends upon what my profession has to offer them. I believe in my profession. I believe it to be one of the greatest of all professions, because of the opportunity for service which it offers. I believe it to be a profession which is advancing with the ages. It stands firm for the old truths which are good. It changes as the needs of society, schools, and pupils demand changes. Yet, always, the standards are high. As I believe in my profession, so do I believe in these standards and accept them. I believe that as a result of the work of society, schools, pupils, and my profession, there will come a time when this country sh all contain a people such that "any man or woman in the common run of its many millions of citizens may be described thus: 'A person with powers proportionally developed, with mental discrimination, aesthetic appreciation , and moral determination; one a ware of his social relationship and happily active in the discharge of all his obligations; one capable of leisure, loving nature, revering human beings, their aspirati ons and achievements; one observant of facts , respectful of law and order, devoted to truth and justice; one who while loyal to the best traditions of his people, dreams and works toward better things; and one in whom is the allure of the ideal and whose life will not be faithless thereto'." Submitted in NoYember, 1022, as a "Special Topic" in Theory of Education. Tn respo nse to the instructor's request, i\1 iss Gardner permitted it:-; publ icat ion.


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E ' RE sorry yo u left us- Old Main! You're lost to the sight of others but in our hearts we shall always see:The handsome blue social room whose quiet was balm to our \Yearyness, and \Yhose \Yalls looked on \Yhen "·e bravely shook hands \Yith distinguished lecturers. Prexy 's "pulpit" OYer \Yhich the oyer-enthusiastic Barr (not quite , but almost) sailed \Yith his megaphone during those energetic endeavors. The S\Yinging doors \\·hose record for nose and shin bumping was heart rending. The bridge of sighs over which travelled many \Yeary feet and many weary text books hand in hand with the "overd ue" fines. Those cunning globes in Mr. Scarborough's room with which we intensely " considered " the degree at which dear Mother Earth is tilted. Also the taunting Mr. Skeleton that gazed on us poor Sikes when we got up to recite. We always knew he ' d get his yet for acting so smart up there. And that window shade that played a mean trick on Mr. Stalcup once. The dear old penmanship blackboards which just wore themselves out getting perfect Palmer A's and B 's written on them and erased again. (Alas, we wielded the eraser more dexterously than the chalk. ) The poor wastebasket and ruler in the Mathematics room which were so brutally treated to clinch Mr. French's emphatic " idears." And always, always, the friendly Assembly room whose stern rules suffered some hard jolts on account of too much friendline ss, and alas, not sufficient thirst for kno\Yledge. OLD MAIN!~


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USIC is the la nguage of the so ul , but it takes effort to produce the work of artists." So say the Mendelssohn Club, a group of twenty-four girls \Yho meet eYery \Yeek in the interest of st udying and learning the m usic of good writers. Throughout the year, the club appeared on seyeral occasions, among which were the Christmas Party, graduati on exercises, and various program s. Under the artistic guidance a nd direction of Miss McKay, the music director, the Spring Concert, which is the la rgest musical program given by the College, brought to a close the Club's activities for the year.

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EELING the need of organization, the students specializing in Physical Education have formed the Physical Education Club with three purposes in mind ; first, to cooperate with the department of Physical Education in advancing the standards in the college; second, to provide opportunity for better acquaintance and social enjoyment; and third, to furth er the professional growth of its members. The club holds monthly meetings and in connection with the coaching class, assists with sports and athletics and in other ways takes responsibility which is of material assistance and Yalue both to the department of Physical Education and to the students themselves.

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" AC TIVITIES" PROLOGUE "To raise the spirit and develop t he heart, To inspire the soul and enlarge the Yision, To h elp our fellow-men through play and service, And thus to assist in the progress and upbuilding of this schoolFor t hi s our club was fo unded ." ScENE I " TuE R uiNs"-EIGI-IT P. M . (Mere Member, strolling leisurely homeward, is suddenly brought back t o earth by a hollow voice. Mere Member " puts u p a bold front " (he wouldn't be a member of the club unless he could do that) though h e is secretly frightened. )

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HE Bible story dramatized in this play is taken from the latter part of the eleventh chapter of the Book of Judges. It tells how Jepthah makes a vow to sacrifi ce as a burnt. offerin g to the Lord for his victory over the Ammonites, whatsoever first comes out of the door of his house to meet him. His daughter is the first to greet her fath er and J epthah is forced to keep his vow.


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the editors of the 1922 Wenonah obligingly included in their Annual SINCE several suggestions for the guidance of this year's class, especially as to the contents of the Feature section, we feel that we cannot begin more fittingly than by carrying out several of them. Psychological tests were given as suggested but proved of small value as none of the class were able even to approach the exalted average of the former staff. This may , however, be partially accounted for by the fact that the list of questions "featured" was made the main basis for judgment. The following answers are typical. r.

How many tunes has a ukelele? didn't think it was possible to get a tune out of one.

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How many waves make a perfect marcelle? Ans.~Oh just oceans and oceans of them.

How long is a lecture? Ans.~ We don't know.

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When a window raises, can you be sure it has T. B.? must be considered.

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How many is 69? Ans.~ Plenty.

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Where does your lap go when you stand up ? it and see.

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What happens to a sneeze when you don't sneeze it? can't fool us; it becomes one of those "Suppressed Desires."

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How can one good joke be made to fill three pages? the following pages for practical demonstrations.

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Did Paul Revere make the first nitride? We didn't know they had prohibition then.

APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY Mr. Owens~" What are the three steps involved in thinking?" Kelly~ "Slow, slower, stop."

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The long white table was set For students most fifty or more, When twenty-six fat cheery boarders Sauntered in through the dining room door. They took their places in silence, And ate- oh its like was ne'er seen beforeAll the food that was set before them, And asked for "A Little Bit More." You pale plump heavyweight maidens, Cry not in your fortune, but beam , For together you traverse the journey From the land of the Fat to the Lean.

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STRIFE FOR LIFE There was a young fire-chief so fleet , Who always the fire truck did beat; But once he was late-met the boot at the gate, Now guess, did he land on hi s feet?


1923 SYMPHONY Oh, won't you buy a ticket to the dance? Three dollars for your class-pin, here's your chance. Hustle, get the Annual paid, Or else from debt we ne'er shall wade! But never mind; just smile and cheer, For we grad-u-ate this year 1

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Chinske- "How did you become such a wonderful orator." Mark- "! began by addressing envelopes."

Mr. Munson- (Discussing organic and inorganic kingdoms) "Now if I should shut my eyes, so, and drop my head, so, and not move, you would say I am a clod. But if I move, I leap, I run, then what would you call me?" Voice in rear- "A clod-hopper! " Class dismissed.

Barr- (At basketball game) "What shall I sing?" Hulda-"A Little Bit More. " (It is the unanimous opinion of th e staff that this should read "A Little Bit Less!")

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DEAR MRS. THOMPSON: A boy over at school in sists upon making eyes at me. win further attention? I have heard his name is Bill.

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LONESOME. ANSWER: Wait for him in the hall, let him carry your books between classes, discuss home problems in furnishings, and speak of him to all who will listen. DEAR MRS. THOMPSON; I am madly in love with a minister.

How can I gain his affection? LISTLESS LIZZIE. ANSWER: You are too young to be thinking of ministers. I suggest you devote your time to dancing, parties, comedies, Mendelssohn, and if necessary to divert your attention, your studies. DEAR MRS. THOMPSON; None of my teachers give me A's or make me class officer. do to overcome this difficulty?

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ANXIOUS. ANSWER: Smile at the teachers, wear an intelligent look, nod approvingly at their suggestions, carry a notebook or the cover of one may do, volunteer whether you know anything or not, bluff occasionally or oftener, seek their sympathetic natures, handle their dispositions with care, a nd boast of self-confidence. If this remedy fails, write again.

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RECEIVED TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY LOST- One hour between sunrise and sunset.-J. EICHEN. LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN- One red hair. R eward for r eturn and no questions asked.- R. P . FOR SALE- Slightly used pedestal and halo to match.- D. MAGNUS. WANTED- Opportunities to yell. Satisfaction guaranteed. Best of references. - A.

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WANTED- Someone to supply shoes for the irregular feet for Bryant.- B. PETERS.

LOST- Several brilliant ideas. Very valuable as cannot be duplicated. ward for return unused.- E. SnACKELL.

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Point to the east in place of the West, Stand square with the world and do your best.

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Whether you listen or whether you look, Agree with the teacher, and not with the book.

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If you're roll-taker in Chapel, try to be fair; Mark all your friend s absent even though they a re there.

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When listening to poetry , stamp out the feet , That is, on the table a nd not on the street.

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If in Push Pull your letters do not conform , Rememb er its meaning- rather than form.

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If in Theory of Ed. y ou must lounge or yawn, Usc discretion , and wait- till the instructor is gone. If in class they persist in studying divorce, The best thing to do is to get one of course. If your practice teaching makes you blue in t he gills, Call for your share of the nurse's pills.

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We're trying to develop a fire force fleet; Wait till fourteen after, to spring for your seat.

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If you ar e caught in breaking a tradition or rule, Transfer you r training to some other school.

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Lillian-"Are you trying to make a fool out of me?" Mr. Owens-" I never interfere with nature. "

Kuba- " I feel T'eutonic." Coleman- ' 'How''? Kuba- "Low marks."

Chuck- "What do you play on t he Junior Kittenball team?" Wall- "I play running forward."

Miss Gildemeister- "Are you a student here." Kleine- " No, I just go to school here."

· Mr. Scarborough- Wake up that fellow next to you." Potthoff- " Do it yourself. You put him· to sleep."

Marcia- (Soulfully) "Suppose we had never met." Strciff- (More so) "Yes, I wonder who I'd be engaged to now."

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Sally- "Sterbie is a good fellow but he knows some of the awfullest songs!" Dorothy- "Does he sing them to you?" Sally- "No, but he whistles them."

Doris- "Don't you just love nights like this?" Tubby- "No, I study sometimes."

McGuff- "Dancing is rather nice tonight, eh?" Henrietta- "Ycs, Miss Richards is on the job."

Sally- "I dreamt I died last night." Judy-"What woke you up?" Sally- "The heat!"


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'Tis wrong for any girl to be Abroad at night alone; A Chaperone she needs till she Can find a chap-her-own.

Mr. Harris- "Do you keep posted on all local events that take place around here?" Potthoff- "Yes indeed.

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Jr.- "Every tim e I see one of your drawings I stop and wonder- " Member of Art staff- "How I do it?" Jr.- "Oh no. Why. "

She- "I s there an art in kissing ?" He- "The only art is, art thou willing."

Mr. Stalcup- " Giv e what you consider the most m emorable date in History. " Kelly- "The one Anthony had with Cleopatra. "

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Mitchell- "! want a girl who is easily pleased." Larsen- " Don't worry, that 's the only kind you 'll get."

Leona- "Are late hours good for one?" Gust- "No, but they're fine for two."

Mr. Scarborough- "Is the Sahara Desert good for anything?" Ethel- "Well, you can write books about it. "

Marcia-"S treiff has lost his reputation. " Clara- "How fortunate for him".

POE UP TO DATE Once upon a midnight dreary as I pondered weak and weary O'er some long forgotten Methods from a week or so before,"When so much on it's depending, has this lesson any ending? Will I pass that test tomorrow though I never did before? " And the echo (or my roommate) answered softly, "Nevermore!"


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Miss Kelly- "Who was the father of the Little Black Prince? " George- "Old King Cole."

Bernice- "Why did you get thrown out of Music four? " Luella- "For singing."

Chinske- "I thought you said Nelson's friend was a blonde, and I saw him with a brunette." Tubby- "Yes, he had a blonde, but she dyed."

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Miss Mallory says- "A pen may be pushed and pulled but a pencil must always be lead."

Bowman says- "In the daytime I'm too busy to study and at night I'm too sleepy."

Lady- "Help! Police! Stop him! He tried to flirt with me." Gross- "Calm yourself madam, there's plenty more."


"In what course do you expect your son to graduate, Mr. Barr?" "Why in the course of time, I guess."

Traffic Cop- " Come on ! What's the matter with you? " Zimmie- "I'm well, thanks, but my engine's dead."

Lars- " Why don' t you take a vacation, Tip? The school can get along without you. " Tip- "I know it, but I don't want them to find it out."

No, Doris, a mush-room isn ' t the kitchen. evenings. Ask kid brother, he knows.

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Avery says-"Don't we miss the Forum though!"

Mr. Scarborough- "Can anyone tell me where Pittsburgh is?" Nina- "Please sir, it's playing in Chicago now. "

Beatty- "! flunked that Civics test cold." Bernice-"It was easy I thought." Beatty- "Yeah, but I put vaseline on my hair and my brain slipped."

Annette- "! take asperin to clear my head." Ethel- "! see, sort of a vacuum cleaner."

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Alice- "How many lectures do you have a week?" Clara-"Three, counting the letter from father."

Huldah- "Set the alarm for two, will you?" Thena- "You a nd who else?"

Virginia~ " I ' m afraid I flunked thal make-up exam today." Passell- "Y our face shows it."

Mr. Owens says- "The most valuable tool in the world is the human brain hut there are certainly a lot of dull tools in this class."


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Never think twice before you act; you might miss a good time.

Have some good friends on the faculty . of need.

Always laugh at a teacher 's joke. men and women of you.

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Don't loiter in the hallways. of love.

Don't spend all your time day-dreaming. the monotony.

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It is the hard things in life that make

They are filled with the contagious disease

Study once in a while to relieve

Don't write petitions, especially with your own name first. Don't inconvenience yourself to walk with a girl between classes. says she doesn't appreciate it anyho\Y. Don't cut corners.

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Mr. French- "This is the worst recitation I have ever heard. do the most of it myself."

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Pete- "Who's your friend?" Guff- "That girl?" Pete-"Yes, the one whose eyes are so beautiful they can't keep from looking at each other."

Thena- (at Alumn1 game) "How many halves are there in a Basket Ball game?"

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Our Advertisers BAKERIES Federal Bakery .. Winona Bakery .. Electrik Maid .. Schuler Bakery.

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BARBER Saehler ........... . Winona Hotel Barber

LAUNDRIES Ga te City Laundry ... .. Winona Steam L a undry.

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LUMBER Botsford Lum ber Co . . . . . . D.. F. 0 ' Brien Lumber Co .. Schroth & Ahrens ...... . . . . . . . . . . MEATS

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BEAUTY PARLORS Agn es M eier. . . . . . . . . ..

Milady Beauty Shoppe . . CANDY (Wholesale) H. D. Foss & Co .... . Schuler Candy Co .... . Winona Candy Co . . . CLEANI NG WORKS Schaffer Cleaning Works .... Winona Hat & Clean ing Co. CLOTHING & FURNISHI NGS Bailey & Bailey ...... . . Bradford Clothes Sho p . H. Choate & Co .. . . . ... . Continen tal Clothing Co .. The F ashion . . ... .. . Hirsch Clothing Co ... . . . Hoffman & Wilkinson .. . Inters tate . ... . .. . J. N. Weir. ...... .

Williams Co.... . . .. La Crosse Garment Co. Spurgeons. G. W. Graaf. Scanlon & Barlow.

CONFECTIONS College Inn . ... . . . Royal Confectionery. R . Schoenbeck . . . . . Schuler Confectionery ..

Zeches & Garry. Whitford. DAIRY PRODUCTS J. H . Hardwick .. . . . . Sprin gdale Dairy Co.

Claus Kaiser & Son .

Ziegenfuss Bros ..

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MEDICINE MANUFA CTURERS J . R. Watkins Co .. M cCon non & Co.... . . . . Dr. Ward's Medica l Co .. . . . . Dr. Koch Vegetable Tea Co .. MILLINERY

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Holden Pharmacy . . Wm . Rade macher .. Von Roh r ..

Ceo. H . Pletke. HARDWARE R. D. Cone Co. \¥inona Hardware Co.

PHOTOGRAPHERS G. E. G riffin .. . C. W. Lindsay J. I. Va n Vranken.

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1.57 . . 131 . . 151

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Dairy Lunc h .

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The Grill .... . Social Tea Roo ms . .

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CHOOLS \Vi nona Business College . .... .

Winona State Teachers College .

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SHOES AND SHOE REPAIRING Baker & Steinba uer. A.M. Bard ... . . . . Rogers & Schuster .

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Leo Hittner... . . . . . . . . . . . . Prog ress ive Shoe Repairing Co .. Wruck & Gates ....

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THEATRES Colonial & Opera House ...

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MISCELLANEOUS Buckbee Mears Co .. . . . Bay State Milling Co .. G. Fruetel . . . . .

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HOTELS '\!Vinona . .. Park . .

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INSURANCE N. W. Mutual Life Ins . . Clark & Cla rk . . .

156 . 154

ICE CR E AM ( Wholesa le) Gibson Ice Cream Co .. Sch mitt I ce Cream Co . . .

154 . . 135

JEWELERS Allyn S. Morgan . . ... . Stager J ewelry Store .

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GROCERIES Thorn Grocery. Griese! Bros .. Kissling & Son .

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DRUGGISTS Edwin A. Brown . .

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PLUMBING & HEATING Thos. J. Green . .. . . Sherman & Son . . . . RESTAURANTS

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Republican Herald .

Pr iewert . ... . .

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Win o na Pr in t ing Co .. .

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PRINTERS Jones & Kroeger Co .. . .

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B. A. Miller .

'Win o na M otor Co . .

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H . Chichanowski .

MOTORS Phenix Garage ....

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Pepin Pickling Co

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Sonnenberg & Son . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Star Shoe Shining Parlor ... . .. . ... .

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Winona Clearing House Association. Hutchinson & Rogers. . . . . Ceo. Hill yer Furniture Store.

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Wm . H . Hardt. Yellow Cab ...... . Winona Oil Co . .. . .. . Siebrecht Floral Co . . D r. LeMay . .. ... . ... . N. Y. H emsti tching Co . . 0 . L. Taylor . . .. . . . . Sontag & M urtinger. H . B. Kline . . .

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WE SPECIALIZE IN CAMERA PORTRAITS AND ART FOR ADVERTISING POPULAR LIGHTINGS POPULAR PRICES

SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS

Winona Candy Company WHOLESALE Manufacturing confectionery Fine chocolates a specialty

Have You Tried Electrik Maid Pas tries?

WINONA , MINN.

If not, you are missing something worth while. Largest line of high grade pastries in the city. For your next picnic lunch , try us.

HEMSTITCHING DRESS PLAITINGS BEAUTIFUL BUTTONS

"Taste the Difference"

Electrik Maid Bake Shop New York Hemstitching Shop

J. M. Schlacfer, Prop. Phone 220

Opposite P. 0.

To the Students STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE We extend you a cordial invitation to visit the "Grey Shop" We specialize in Women's Ready-to-Wear, Furnishings, etc.

J. N Weir

€5 Co. WINONA , MINN.

63 West Third Street

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Can cover all your needs in Stationery, Perfumes and Toilet Articles GivE Us

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Milady Beauty Shopp e Carrie M . Russell and Amanda M . H eberling, Props.

Shampoos, Facials, Manicures TURKISH BATHS Hair Goods and Toilet Articles

74 W. 3rd St. znd floor Morgan Block WINONA, MINN.

BRADFORD CLOTHES SHOP MEN'S AND LADIES ' READY TO WEAR APPAREL Real values for the least money IIS-II7 East Third St. WIN ON A, MINN.

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BUCKBEE MEARS COMPANY engravers - Vesigners

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CANDIES

We handle Magazines and School Supplies The Place you can' t forget

MR. AND MRS. WHITFORD Phone

45r Huff

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Lila- " What a peculiar lookin g thing you have on your upper lip ." Rudy- "My dear girl, never knock a moustache when it's down." Lund- "I sure am in a mess. Tell me what I'm going to do. " Larsen- "Why, what's the matter?" Lund- " I just fou nd out my girl's engaged." Larsen-"Wh om to?" Lund- "To me. That's what's the matter."

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Dr. VVard's Medical Company (Where Ward's R eliable Products are made)

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qo-172 VV. znd St.

G. Fruetel Carpet Cleaning

Upholstering

~attress ~aking

Awnings and Furniture Coverings Storage, Furniture Packed for shipment II6 VV. 3rd St.

\Van ted Salesmen and Salesladies to sell KOCH PRODUCTS

KOCH VEG. TEA CO. VVINONA,

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Sybil- " VVhat's the matter with you Clara?" Clara- "! swallowed fifteen cents. Don't you see the change in me?" Luella- "! can tell you exactly how much water goes over Niagara Falls to the quart." ~r. Scarborough- "How much?" Luella- "Two pints."

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Refreshing Drinks Telephone I I09- J Telephone I4Io-L

68 W. 3rd Street I64 Main Street

THE HOME OF STYLE, VALUE AND SERVICE

(;o. COR. THIRD &. MAIN

SPECIALISTS IN LADIES ' AND MISSES' READY TO WEAR WINONA , MINNESOTA

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CANDY MAKERS W I NONA , MINN.

"Good Candy is Good for You"

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Conzpliments of the

\Vinona Clearing House Association THE WINONA NATIONAL BANK FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK DEPOSIT BANK OF WINONA MERCHANTS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT TRUST COMPANY MERCHANTS TRUST COMPANY WINONA SAVINGS BANK

The Park Hotel Katrinka(at diet table) -"I'vc got an appetite like an Anaconda." Bernice- "What's that- " Peggy, (Oh so tactfully)- "Must be somcthi ng big!"

ROBERTS-KARP HOTEL CO. ]NO. N. DEGLMAN, Mgr.

Special Weekly and Monthly Rates With or Without Meals YOU'LL LIKE "THE PARK"

Every day dresses

La Crosse Garment Co. FACTORIES:

LA CROSSE

NORTH LA CROSSE

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FOOT VIGOR No matt er what you do-indoors or o utdoorswork or play - you never have real enjoyment unless your feet are comfortable and stron g. "A RCH PRE SE RVER" shoes with exclusive built-in arc h and correctly d es ig ned lasts, give you a " Foot Vigor" which no other shoe can g h·e. A try on will convince you. \N e have Arch Pr eserve r s ho es in the newest s tyl es for men and women.

WRUCK & GATES "FOOT FITTERS" ,

75 W. 3rd St.

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WINONA, MINN.

SECOND TO NONE

Wall says : " I can tell by looking at your eyes, Your lips tell me, The red of your cheeks and The way your bobbed h air gets into my eyes, They all tell meThat you dressed m a hurry tonight. "

GENUINE, PuRE

MODERATE PRICES HOME MADE CANDIES T AS TIE CAKES AT

Schuler's Confectionery Bakery

Mr. French- " Doris, what is an angle? " Doris- "An a ngle is a semi-circle with cr amps."

ssr-553 Huff Street Ice Cream Parlor

"WINONA MOTOR COMPANY WINONA , MINNESOTA CADILLAC

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THE INTER-STATE "Everybody's Store"

There You See

"The Styles First" QUALITY MERCHANDISE ALWAYS AT PRICES THAT ARE CONSISTENT WITH GOOD MERCHANDISING PRINCIPLES

ROYAL ARMS COFFEE AND TEA

Mr. French- "Miss Hanner, did you get the right answer to the second question in the exam?" Mary- " No sir." Mr. French-"How far were you from it?" Mary- "About five seats."

Paramount to all

Griese! Bros. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS

WINONA, MINN.

Say it with Flowers FROM SIEBRECHT'S

Siebrecht Floral Co. Flowers Telegraphed Everywhere

58 West Third St.

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Clothes Relined

Hats Renovated

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Ladies, are you looking for better shoe repairing-

D. F . O'B R IEN LUMBE R CO.

Leo Hittner 521

Phone 175

Huff Street

RETAIL LUMBER AND COAL

Dealer in first class shoes and expert repair work. We are specializing on ladies' work.

Near Bay State Mill

Give us a trial

McCONNON'S FLAVORINGS, SPICES, PERFUMES, SoAPS, ToiLET ARTICLES , Pm FILLER, BAKING PowDER , Co co A

Best Quality, large quantities, pre-war prices j\{ anufacturing

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Pharmacists

MINNESOTA

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Thena- "How's that? " Huldah- "During the track meet h e broke one of the best records they had in college."

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!valine Motor Oil

Winona Hotel Barber Shop

THE SOONER THE BETTER

You may be particular But you hav e nothing on us TRY

WINONA OIL CO.

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The big FLOUR breads

The Geo. Hillyer Furniture Co.

Barker Best Ever Real Loaf AND

FURNISHERS OF

W. B. Co. Rye

HOMES COMPLETE

Call for them at your Grocer

FURNITURE

WINONA BAKING CO.

Hutchinson-Rogers Produce Co.

Gate City Laundry ·

NUCOA, OYSTERS , EGGS

r64 Wes t Third St.

Phone 28o WI NONA, lVIrNN.

Yours for QUALITY, SATISFACTION AND PRICE

We have a full line of bicycles, such as the Ranger , Iver John so n, Pathfinder, Columbia and Pierce Arrow Bicycles.

G. H. Pletke

We do Repairing of all kinds

r 13 East Third St.

Wm. Sonnenberg & Son

Phone 33

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THE ULTIMATE IN CHOCOLATES

H . D. FOSS & CO., Inc. FACTORIES

BOSTON, MASS.

WINONA, MINN.

Cora- "Do you think I will ever be able to do anything with my voice?" Miss McKay- "Well, it might come in handy in case of fire."

Chinske- "I'll bet you my girl is better looking than yours. " Nelson- "What'll you bet?" Chinske- "Thirty cents."

HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES

MANHATTAN SHIRTS

WINONA'S LARGEST CLOTHING STORE

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Irish- "I see you have a new man." Annette- "How do you know he's new?" Irish- "I heard him say he'd wait for you. "

Calling Cards and Wedding Invitations MADE IN WINONA

We make the better kind of Rubber Stamps Quick Service

Mr. Scarborough- ''It seems warm today. The side walk is melting in spots ."

O. L.TAYLOR .53 West Third St.

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Winona Printing Co. IN CO RPORATED

HARDWICK

Winona, Minn.

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H ardwick's D airy Pro du cts

Booklets, Catalogs and Folders Ruled and Printed Forms Books

Wholesale and Retail Distributors Fresh Sea Foods in Season

WINONA , MINN.

" R emember",

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We Specialize in Strictly Fresh Eggs

came from

Stager Jewelry Store you have received your full value Corner Third and Main

WINONA , MINNESOTA

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REMEMBER HOMEMADE CANDIES, REFRESHING DRINKS DAINTY LUNCHES, DELICIOUS ICE CREAM

Special Parties

College Inn MRS. M.

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Make the College Inn Your Inn

Everything Home Made

450 Huff Street

\VM. RADEMACHER PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST PHO N E

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WINONA

59 W. Second Street

Mr. Harris- "What is it when you're married twice at the same time?" Tweito- "Polygamy ." Mr. Harris- "And when you 're married just once?". Tweito- ''Monotony."

"My daily dozen" said Thena, as she drank her seventh cup of coffee.

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THE J. R. WATKINS COMPANY WINONA, MINNESOTA

Manufacturers of the Supreme Garda Line

QUALITY AND SERVICE

\Vinona Steam Laundry

Springdale Dairy Company MILK & CREAM

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62-64 East Fourth Street Winona, Minn.

Phone 626

529 Huff St.

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FEDERAL BREAD ~uality

and Cleanliness

QUALITY SERVICE You take no chances when you send your garments to

Phone 647 AN EASY PLACE TO SHOP

Winona Store 54 East Third Street MASTER CLEANERS & DYERS

QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING at the right price

"When Schaffer's through Your garments look new"

70 East 4th St.

Progressive Repair Co.

Phone 1492

166 East Third St.

ROYAL CONFECTIONERY Theodore B. Tsatsos & Bros. High Grade Candies and Delicious Ice Cream Selected California Fruits Try our New Candies, Chocolate Mousse and Log Cabin Fresh Every Day Telephone 1474

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WONDERFUL NOON-DAY LUNCHEON 50c Special Rooms and Prices for Parties

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The greatest good to the greatest number in its community - The R epublican-H erald Way.

Since 1862 the Morgan Jewelry Shop has s teadily increased its patronage by rendering to every customer a Sincere Personal Service

A Home Newspaper

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Spreads for All Occasions

Eve ry thing from the panel to the tubes, and eve rything of the best quality from the best makers, at our shop. Drop in and "chew the fat" awhile, anyway!

Arlington Club Building

Wonderful Spring Models 100-102 W . 3rtl St.

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Opera House

ROAD ATTRACTIONS A R eal Orchestra- Giving the Pictures the Proper Dressing

A l ways the Best in Super-Features

Von Rohr's

PEPIN

PHARMACY Our Prescription Service Supplements the Efforts of Your Physician

PICKLING COMPANY

JOH N VON ROHR 79 E. 3rd St.

Winona, Minn. BRANDS

Fepin, LaFrance Interstate

Ziegenfuss Bros. Wholesale - Retail MEAT MARKET

Pickles Kraut Condiments

Packing Ho use and Sausage Factory We Grind Bones for Chicken Feed

WINONA , MINN., U. S. A.

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DAIRY LUNCHES VICTROLAS

.56 East Third Street Winona, Minn.

BRUNSWICKS PIANOS

307 Main Street La Crosse, Wis. Pictures and Picture Framing

UP-TO-DATE

CLEAN

116-118-120 East Third St.

WE CARRY THE FAMOUS

Sontag & Murtinger

Groun d Gripper Health Shoes

GENERAL CONTRACTORS

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Rogers & Schuster

J. J. Sontag

F.

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Chas. VV. Graaf Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings

WHOLESALE -

Quality Hardware, Sports Wear and Service

One Price a nd P lain Figures 52-54 W. 3rd St.

RET AIL

Phone 349

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POLLEY MOTOR CO. Winona, Minn.

151 Winona St.

J ohn Sherman

Edwin A. Brown

Fred Sherman

Prescription Druggist Eastman Kodaks Kodak Supplies Stationery We are glad to cash checks for students

John Sherman & Son

Phone 411

115 Center Street

Cor. 3rd & Main Sts.

Plumbing & Heating

101 W. 3rd St.

It is Our Business to Repair Your Shoes

The Grill A. W. Briggs

We Double Their Life Winona's Leading Cafe

A. M. Bard 111 W . Third St.

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525 Huff St.

PLUMBING

Schroth & Ahrens Company

Steam and Hot Water Heating

MANUFACTURERS OF

Radio Sets and R adio Supplies

Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Screens, Frames, Stairwork a nd General Mill Work

Thos.

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Waterman Boat Works Phone 102-J

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School organizations have found our service complete. The efficient han~ ling of an annual is no small job. We pride ourselves on being able to do this work right ·•Qit== . = = = = = == =t•¢··

A suggestion book has been prepared , showing styles of layout, plates , etc., that might prove of value to the class planning the next annual. It 's g1·atis.

JONES & KROEGER COMPANY "

Sclzool Annual Specialists

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500 Huff St.

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Dr. R. B. LeMay Doctor of D ental Surgery

If its Qu a lity Goods you want at low prices, h ere's th e p lace

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Winona, Minn.

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Clark & Clark

BEAUTY PARLOR Shampooing Scalp Treatment Manicuring Facials

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Winona, Minn.

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To th e Students of Th e \Vinona Teachers College Heretofore we have carried a full page advertisement in your Wenonah Annual. The size of our advertisement is based upon the amount of work we do for the college students during t hat year. We thank you.

V an V ran ken Studio Near Center on West 4th St.

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Kissling & Son for

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INCE 1861, H. CHOATE & COMPANY has to the best of its ability, offered the latest Fashions

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year and we are deeply gratef ul for your patronage. Through our Shopping Service Department, we offer you a Mail Service that insures as careful handling of your orders as though you were shopping here in person.

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