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lTH the return of the b~rd s who come • to bnng you greetings from the South, the "Bird Number" of the "Wenonah " comes to bring you gree6ngs from the Class of Nineteen-twenty- one.

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0 MR. ~I!UNSON, the man, the teacher, the friend, we, the Class of Nineteen-twentyone, dedicate this Wenonah.



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LASSMATES : the days of formal ed ucation for many of us a re drawing loa close. Just think how even tful they have been outside of school. Social reforms, so far-reaching in their benefits t ha t we are amazed at th eir magnitude, have been brought about. Nations have • risen and fallen, a war has been fought a nd won, and peace, not altoge ther satisfactory, has been agreed upon. Dut whether the social reform s will be mainta ined and made more fa r- reaching, whether the peace will be lasting, depends almost entirely upon education. lt is only by maintai ning education, that progress can be made. Fortunately, it is by the distribution of the educational advantages we have had, that mos t of us arc to perform our service for ou r fellow-citizens. Surely, then, it is not futile to say that ou r class, the rtrst class to be graduated since the institution has been rechristened Winona State Teachers College, the class of 1921 , is going to do its share in the fostering of education. Above all, let us remember always, that Am eri ca's safety positively depends, in the last analysis, upon the education of its common people. M AURICE

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H OWARD,

Class President.




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

:Vl AUR ICF: H OWARD

Pres ident

ALICE PETERSO).;

Trea surer

LILLIA N WRIGHT

Vi ce President

ALICE GRAl\XIS

Secretary

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CLASS PLAY

CO~DIITTEE

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R uTrr LuNDAHL FANN'I!~ Ann!:>T't

EUNICE MINER

Roun (Faculty Advisor)

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LUELLA

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Preston 1 11 ~' J

ADVAl\CEO

Y. \\'.C. A.:?; \V . . \ .A. Z; lst Soccer 2.

GI•:N t·:VTEVE Kl::.K:\TA

St. P aul

"Gcn" AD\'A:\CED

Twin City Club President 2 ; Catholic Students Club I,:?.

Chisholm

Sl G?.I.\ L.\H SOK

"Sid" AD\'AN C I~ D

;\l ay Fest ival I .

Kerkhoven

ESTHER LIXG i\0\',\ XCED

;\[oorhead Xonnal ' 16- ' 17; Country Life Club J ; Y. \V. C.,\, I ,:?.

DOR IS CRO

KHTTE

~l in neapolis

" Dodie" ADVAN CED

Country Life Club 1; Y . W. C. A. 1, 2; President l ; 1 ational Student Volunteer Convention 1; Lake Geneva Y. \Y. C .. \ . Conference 2.

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ELSTE KLIXF.PIER "Les"

~1antorville

ADVANCED

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R edwood Falb

"Johnny" AD\PAKCED

Treasurer of Class 1; An nual Staff 2; Pow-wow Staff 2; Press Club 2; Dramatic Club I, 2; Thanksgiving Play 2; Class P lay 2; Junior High S~hool Club 2; ::-.1usical Revue 2; Minstrels I ; Chairman Commillee o n Straw E lection 2; Y. \\".C .. \. 1; .\fay F cstinl l.

EIDi t\ RO\\.LEE

Rushford AOVAKCim

Press Cl ub 2; Ope retta I; Y. \V. C. A. 2: \\'. ,\ . ,\ . 2: Second Basket Ball 2.

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Adams

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Press Club 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; President 2; J unior Higlr School Club 2; Y. \V. C. r\. 1, 2; :\ Iay F estival 1; :\lorey H all Secretary 2; \\' ..\ . t\. l , 2; " \\' "Club I, 2 ; " \\' "Pin 2; First Volley Ba ll T eam 2; \V. A. A. Voclvil 2.

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Simpson AD\" ANCED

Country Life Club 1; Y. \V. C.:\. 2; W. A. t\. I.

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:\Jinn e<tpolis

"Rufus AD\" ANCED

Twin City Club 2; Secretary-Treasurer ~; )fay l'estival 1; Y. W. C. A. l , 2; Vice-President :!; W. A. A. 2; "vV" Club:!; Second Baseball Team J' 2.

PE.\RL ETr\IER

Royalton

11 0)1 E ECOKOl!ICS

Junior Hig h School Club 2; H orne Club I, 2; Country Life Club 1; :\fay Y. \\'.C .. \. I, 2; Cabinet 2; \\' .. \.A. dent 2; First \ 'olley Ball Team 1; Basket Rail l.

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~L\CK L ENBURG

Economics Festi,·al1; 1, 2; Presi.\II School

Renville

"J/ it" KT NDERCARTE~

Class Play 2; ,\nnual Sta n· 2; :\·lendelssohn Club 1, 2; Secretary 2; Operetta 2; Kindergarten Club Secretary 1; \'i cc President:!; Country Life Club I ; Y. \\'.C. ,\, J, 2; Cabinct 2.

STELL.\ FOS:-.IESS ''Susan, ,

Bricelyn

ADVAKCED

Country Life Club l; ll onor Student T eacher 2: \\'. ,\, A. 2; "\V" Club 2; First \'olley Ball Team 2; Second \'olley Ball Team 1.

l\1.\RY C. C 1\ SSTDY

Eyota

ADVAi'\CED

Secretary of Class I ; Press Club 2; Junior High School Club 2; Country Life Club 1; Catholic Students Club 1, 2.

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D.\ ;\T IEL PRINZI:\ G " Daun

R ushford

JUXI OR COLLEGE

Class PhLy :l; Press Club 2; Annual StafT 2; P he:\-Thi I, 2 ; Football 1, 2; Secon d 13askel B a ll T eam I ; First Baseball T ea m 1.

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R oseau

"1Yeta" AD\ •.\ XCED

J unior High School Clu b 2; Y. \\'. C . •\ . I, 2; " \\"'Club 2; \\'. ,\ . .-\. :l; F irst B aseball Team 2; Second Basket Ball T eam I.

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TALke City

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Art Institute, Ch icago; Secretary of C lass :l; Junio r Hig h School Club 2; Preceptress i\ lorey H a ll 2; Y. W. C . .\ . 2; W. A. A. 2; Fi rst Soccer

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Elgin

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J unior Jligh School Clu b 2; Country Life Club 1; \V . A. A. 2; First Volley Ball T ea m 1, 2.

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Preston

HELE:\ SC ill B U RSKY "Bunny" .\D\' .\~'(;E D

Y. \\'.C ..\ . l , :!; Second Volley B all T eam 2.

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Catholic

Club 1, :!.

EDITH TEN:\E\'

Rochester " l~ddy" o\OVAZ\('E D

Country Li fe Club I; Y. W. C . A. 2 .

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Zumbrota

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~lan kato

:\ormal ':!0: St. Olaf ' l S-'20; ~lason :-Iusic Club l'rc~idcn t :!: ;\Icndelssohn Club :! Girls' Quartette:!; Operclla 2.

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St.

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Junior TTigh School Club :!; Country Life Club :!; \'. \\'. c. ;\, 2.

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I·:TIH:L .\SCOTT

\\'inona

"F'.f" ,\D\',\XCED

,\ fay Festival I ; V. \\'. C . •\. I.:!; Treasurer :2.

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HTLLEXBI~RC

Dodge Center

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\". \\' . l'.. \. I.:.!; \\' .. \ .. \. \ 'o<h-il :2; \\' .. \ ..\. 1, :2; Second Raskct Rail T eam I ; Second \'ollcy Ball Team 1; Second Baseball Team 1.

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\\'in on a

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Class Play :2; .\nnual S t arr I, :2; ,\l cndclssohn Club I , :2; Spring Concert I ; Opcrclla 2; Girl'' ()uartcltc 2; Orchestra 1, :2 ; ,\fay F estival I;\\'. . \ .. \ . I , :2; " \\'" Club:.!: l~irsl \'ollcy Ball Team I ; First Soccer T eam :2.

C.\T ili·: Rl:\'1·: I·:CKERT "'K"

J lastings

_\1)\'o\XCED

i\ lahel .\1)\'Al\CJ::D

lla m lin c "U" 'ID ':W: Class l'l;ty :.!; junior lligh School Club :.!; \\' .. \ . •\. :2; " \\'" Club :.!; First Soccer Team :2; Second \'ollcy Jl all Team:.!; First Basket Ball Team :2.

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I.ILLT.\1\

~.J T LLER

211 in neapolis

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\\' inona

AOVA~CI.;o

Junior lligh School Club :!; Co untry LifcCiub I;\'.\\'. C .. \.:!;\\' . ..\ ..\. :!; Firs t .Baseball Team :!; First \'olley Ball T eam :!.

S\'IXI.\ Ll ~ DG R E:\

Orton,·i llc

"Sibs" A D\. AXCED

Kindcrl(arlen Club I ; Country Life Club; Y. \\'. C. •\. I, :!; First H ockey Tc~tm l.

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.1\ESS

Rushford A O\' A"Cio:D

:\[endelssoh n Clu b 1, :?; Spring Concert I, :?; Operetta:? ; Kind ergarten Club 1, 2; Treasurer:! ; )lay Fcstil'al :? ; \'.\\'. C. A. I , :!;\\' ..\ ..\. I , :!; " \\"'Cl ub:? ; First .Baseball Team 1: First Basket llall Team 1, 2.

LYDIA T. Wl RT

Lewiston

"Short y" AD\'A~CED

\\'inon<t Normal '12, ' I:l , ' 1(); Tri Delta Literary Society ' 12, ' I :j ; "Bethany J3ible School," Chicago ' II, ' J.i.

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FLOREXCE 1'-USZTE LS1:i\

Winona

II OM E EC'0:-10.\!ICS

Home Economi cs Club 1, 2; May F estival I ; Cat holic Students Club J, 2; Basket Ball Team l ;

Tomahawk , \\"is.

J OY LEE

KJXDl!:RGAl!TE:\"

Kindergarten Club J , 2.

jOS I·:J' U l\1. C,\SSJ DY

\\'inona

ulo" l'l! YSJCAL EDUCA TI ON

.\nnual StaiT 2; Dramatic Club I, 2; Christnms Play 1; Tableau 2; Phc-a-Thi l , 2; Oct cllc; " \V" Club - Sweater l\lan 2; Football I, 2; Captain 2; Basket Ball I , 2; Track 2 .

I>OROTIJY E . Ll TTLE " Little"

. \pplcton

.~-\D\"A~CEU

j unior lligh School Club 2; fir st Soccer Team 2.

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\\"inona

I' ll YSJ('i\1. :EDliCA TlO:X

junior lligh School Club 2; Catholic Studen t Club 2.

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NONAH ______________________~

Clark , S . Dak.

E.\1ELl :\IE :\1.\N:\T JIO~IE ECO:-JO~IlC"S

Junior lligh School Club 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Treasurer 2; Country Life Club l ; ?.lay Festi v;d 1; nlorey Hall Vice President 2 ;

Y. \\'. C. .\ .

IIELEX FITZPATRICK (\ Pat"

\\" inona

\0\" ,\ XCF.D

Class Pla y 2; Catholic Students' Club l . 2; :\l ay Festival l ; \ \' ..\ ..\. 2.

CO:\TSTA:\TCE L. FuGlN .\ "Conn ie"

. \read ia, \\" is.

J-\0\'A::-.l"CI~ D

Catholic St udents' Club I , 2.

JE:\ X T .\\VXEY

\\"inona " T ex"

)l'l\IOR COLLEG E

Prc>idcnt o f Class I ; P ow-wow Editor-in-chief 2; Press Club 2; ~len' s Octettc 1, 2 ; Double :\lixcd Quartette I, 2; Track T eam 1.

FAi\NIE :\ULLER ABBOTT

Chicago. 111.

l' IIVS I C'i\ 1, l' D UCATIO N

"U" of J\linn esota I H17; .\nnual StarT 2; Press Club 2; Dramatic Cl ub 2; (Sec'y) Class Play 2; :\Iay Fcsti\·al I ; llo no r Student Teacher 2; Y. \\' . C. A. I, 2; \\' . •\ .. \ . I , 2; First Baseball Team l, 2; First \'ollc y Ball 1, 2 ; T ennis 1, 2.


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lUClf.\EL RONLUND "Rae,

Cambridge

) IU SIC

:.Jason :.Iusic Club 1, 2; Operetta I , 2; l\lcndelssohn I,:?; Spri ng Concert I; Y. W. C. A. I.

\'lOL.\ GILl\I ER

Howard Lake u

Vi''

,\1)\· A~CED

Country Life Club I ; Librarian Shepard Hall 2: :. Ja y Festi val 1; Y. \\".C. A. 1, :?.

J ULJ ,\ SCHWEIGER

Chisholm

"Julie'' J-\1)\"r\NCI!:D

C'lass J'lRy :? ; ?.lcndelssohn 1, 2; Operetta 2; Spring Con cert I, :!; Catholic St udents ' Club 1, 2.

GR .\CE JOHXSTOJ\'E "Gracious"

Cannon Falls

.\D\·A~CED

Country Life Club 1; Y. \\'.C. 1\ . J, 2; Volley Ball Team l.

Jll~ Ll~ ~

KORTSTA "Crusoe"

Hopkins

AO\"Al'\CED

\'. \\".C . . \. l, 2 ; Cabinet 1: W. A. A. 1, 2.

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~ LTLLTAN F. WRIGHT

\\'inona

AOVAI-:CED

Vice President of Cla ss 2; Class Play 2; Junior High School Club 2; \V. A. A. 2; First Soccer Team 2.

COR.\ LYN:\f G. SORE::\SON

H o u ston

HOME Eco:-;omcs

Home Economics Club I , 2; Second Baseball Team 2.

LILLL\1\' S. :\IYRLAKD " Lilt"

\\'inona

A OVANC ED

La Crosse Normal ' 12 ; Mendelssohn 2 ; Operetta :1; Country Life Club I ; Y. W. C . .\. 2.

K.\TT!ERIJ'\1~

E. KE).TN'EDY

Caledonia

II

"K 2" AO\' A:-;CED

"U" of :\Jinn. ' 1:3; Belling ham \\'ashington 1\'ormal ' 1-1 ; \\'inona Normal ' 11 ; .\nnual Staff :1 ; Dramatic Club :1; Press Club 2; Vice Preside nt 2; Coached Thanksgiving Play 2 ; Class Play 2; P ow-wow Staff 2 ; junior Hig h School C lub 2; Honor S tudent Teach er 2; Catholic S tude nts' Club 2 ; \\' . .\ . . \. 2; \\' . ,\ . •\. \ 'od\·il 2; Fi rst Soccer Team 2.

DOROTH Y J'\0 101!\::\

I' N

:\1 in neapolis

"Dot" AD\' A NC f~ JJ

Y. IV. C. A. 2 ; \V . •\. A. 2; " \\'" Club 2 ; First Baseball T eam :!.

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W6NONAH ______________________~

ESTHER JH:RL.\1'\ D

Rush ford

ADVANC.i!:O

Press Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 2.

DOROTHY SPEKCE "Dot"

Winona

AOVA:-.l'CEO

\\'. ,\ .. \. I, 2; "W" Club 2; Fi rst Baseball T eam I; First Soccer T eam 1; First \"olley .l.lall Team 2.

BE.\TRICE SCH EID "Bea"

Minneapolis

AI)VA::-JCED

Clas~

Play 2; Twin City Club 2; Y. \V. C.,\. I, 2.

MARY J\1 URPHY

Caledonia

ADVANCED

J unior Hig h School Club 2; Treasurer 2; Catholic Students' Club 2; President 2; President Shepard l !all 2; \V . . \ ..\. 2; First Soccer Team 2; Second Basket Ball Team 2.

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DOTY

Win ona

H OME ECONO MICS

Press Club 2; Junior High School Club 2; Hom e I·:conomics Club 1, 2; Y. \V. C. 1\. l, 2; Class l'lay 2; \V . .\. i\. 1, 2; " \\' " Club 2; Tennis Tourna ment 2; Second \ 'olley Ball Team I , 2; Second Basket llall Team , I, 2.

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~ITLDRED

L . l\L\ CEMAX

Stockton

II OliE ECOXOMICS

Press Club 2; J unior High School Club 2; H ome Econom ics Club I , 2.

~L\RY

H ouston

METTAJ\1 ALH'AXCED

\\ ..\ .. \. I , 2; First Soccer Team 2.

:\AN BOYLE

Rush City KINOERCARTEN

Kin(krgartcn Club 1, 2 ( Pres. 2); Y. \V. C. t\. 1, :2.

\G:\ ES BOH. C IL\ R DT " .J gs"

::\Iadison

ORA\\"I~G

.\nnual StafT 2; Junior lligh School Club 2; l". \\".C.,\. 1, 2; \\'. ,\. ,\ . I, 2; "\\'"Club 2; First \'ollcy llall Team I ; Second Baseball 2.

Pc\UL IN£ GREEK

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::\lin neapolis

ADVANCED

Orchestra .

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COR .\ \\'ER I\ I·: R

R ed \\'i ng

"Corey" ,\DVA:\CED

Press Clu b 2; J u nio r High School Clu b 2 ; M ay Fes tiv :d I : V. \V. C.:\. 1.

ROSE

I RGI~ :\ S

Gle n wood

" Rosie" ADV AKCED

Counlry Life C lub 1; \'. \V . C . A. J , 2.

STEI'li E N

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R:\l\J SEY

\\'hal a n

'·Steve" ~I AI" lJ AL

TRA!:'< I NC

Class P lay 2; I nduslrial Ar ts Clu b I , 2; Phe-a Thi ; ll aseba ll I, 2.

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St. Pau l

"La La" KI N DERG ART EN

.\l c ndc lssohn Clu b I, 2: Spri ng Conccrl l ; Opercll<L 2; Kinderga rten Clu b I . 2.

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C. \ ~1PB E LL

Litch fie ld

AD \ ' Al\C E D

Press Club 2; Country Li fe Clu b l ; Y. W . C .. \. I, 2.

~-------------------------1921 __________________________~.


__ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

.\ N:\1.\ F R l E D

UJ6NON.4H _ _ _ __ __ _ __ _ -.

W inona A O\"A:\C IO:O

Y . \\'. C. A. I, 2; May F csl i,·a l I ; W . A. 1\ . 2; " \\'" C lu b and Pin :.!; F i rst Soccer T ea m 2; Fi rst Baseball T eam I, :.!; Fi rst \'otley B a ll T e;tm. (Ca p t.) :.!.

~1.\E

KL"I l\E

Preston

"Skccll'r" A D \'AXCEO

\". \ \".C.,\. I , 2; ITockcy :.!: Second \"olley Ball Team:.!.

AIH :U : GU ELZ I·:R " 11 ddie"

W inona

A DVANCE. D

Dra ma tic C lu b l ; May Fest ival I .

GL I~l\N I E

C. OLSOl\ "G'Icn"

Bricelyn

,\0\'A XCEO

~Jason j\ f usic

C lub I ; .Jl enclclssoh n Club I. 2; Sp ring Concert l ; Operetta:.!; Cou n t ry Life C lub · I ; Y. \\' .C ..\ . 1, :.!; \\" .•\ . ,\. I , 2; ' ·\\'"Club:.!; Fi rst Basket Ball Team 1; Second \ 'olley J3 a ll Team I ; Th a n ksgiving Tableaux.

Maiden Rock, \\'is. GLA DYS E. ~ l t\ RTT :\' "G'Iad" AD\'Al'>CE O

Count ry Life Clu h 1; Ho nor Stu den t T eacher:.! .

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T lliRi\'·TIIRE t:


I_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

W6NON.4H _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___.

K.\TllRYl\

Kl~.\'X A

St. Paul

"Kay, . KJ:-;<DERGARTE:-<

Class Play 2; Kindergarte n Club I, 2; Thanksgiving T ableau 2: Twin City Club 2; C<ttholic Students Club I , 2.

\\'1 L:\L\ B. Fr.\'H.\RT

Grand l\1 eadow

"Billie" IIO~!E ECOI\O~IICS

Press Club 2; Junior Jligh School Club 2; Home Economics Club I , 2; Y. \\'. C.. \ . I, 2.

j . \ ~E T'L\

L . C I LLTES "J an' ·

~l in neapolis

DRA \ \"ll\G

.\rl Club 2; Annual Staff 2; \V. ,\. A. 2.

~1.\R GU I~ Rl.TE

Cc\RKEY "Peggy' '

:.1 in neapolis

AD\'Al\CED

Cou ntry L ife Club 1: Y. \\'. C . . \. 2; Second Soccer T eam 2.

C L.\REX C E BE:\Z

\Yi nona

" B eu=.ie MA)'IUAL TRA!l'll\G

Pow-wow Staff 2; Press Club 2; Annual Staff I, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; C hristmas Play I, 2, Thanksgiving P lay 1; Class Play 2; \V. A. A. \ 'odvil2 ; Phe-a-Thi 1, 2; " \V" Cl ub -Sweate r :\!a n 2; Football 1, 2 ; Basket Ball 1; T rack 2.

~

I~______________________19~1--------------------~ P.\Gb THJR rV·FOUR


r------------U/cNON~H-----------__,

PAULTKE \\' ERS HOFEX

T.a i\foillc

" Polly" AO\'A:\CED

Catholic Stud ents' Club Club J.

I, :.!; Cou n try T.ifc

FLO R E1\CE E. ZEI.\lER " Flossy"

\ \"a llham

AD\".\:-.CED

junior High School Clu b:? ; Y. \\" .C. J\ . I, 2.

AD IH I-l D . .KEXYO:\'

Bradley, S. Dak.

All \' M\CEO

\'. \\'.c. t\. J, ::!.

ET'L\ TIIOIH\ E

S lillwaler (, J~t"

Country Life Cl ub I ; \'. \\' . C .. \ . I , :? .

V 1 V li~N

F RM\CES

13 ,\JII~

H ancock

" Viv" II OM 1•:

ECO~O.\IICS

St. Cloud :\'o rma l l!li R; " U" of .i\li nn. l !l l il; Press Club President:?; H ome Economics Club 1; ,\ sst. Teacher in j unior Iligh School Printin g Dept. I,:?; Basket Ball Tea m I.

:u=J

921 __________________________~ P t\CJ;: TIIIRT\' f'I\' E


,-----------------------WeNONAH____________________~

GE:\TEVI EVE I'U{ SCH "Gen"

Caledonia

PH YSICAL EDl; CATlOX

Catholic Students' Club I, 2; :Way Fcstivall; W. t\ . A . .J., 2; " W" Club 2 ; Fi rst Baseball T eam I, 2; .First Volley Ball T eam I , :!; Second Basket Hall Team 2; Track 1.

;viiLDA

SU~ Dl3 Y

Rushfo rd "Sutmy"

KINDE RGARTEN

Mendelssohn 1, 2; President 2; Opening Concert I, 2; Opere tta 2; Quartette J , 2; Kindergarten Club J , 2; May F estival 1; \V. !\.A. 1, 2; Secretary 2; "W" Cluh ; Basket Hall Captain 2; Baseball 1; T ennis 1; Champ ion Tournament 2.

WAVA IIEN DlUCKSOK "Shorty"

Dodge Center

A DVA:<IC ED

Junior High School Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; \\'. A . A. 1, 2; " \V " Club 1; " \V" P in 2 ; First Hockey Team 1; Second Soccer Team 2; Secon d llasket Ball 1, 2; Second Volley Ball :!.

GL ADYS PETERSON · "Glad" 1101.11':

Tiird I sland

ECO"'O~.JICS

H ome Economics Club 1, :!; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2.

LILLIAN 13ERG:\fi\)JN " Lit"

Glencoe

AOVA"'CED

Country Life Club 1; Y. W. C. !\ . I, 2; Y. C . \\". /\. Cabinet 2.

~--------------------------19~1 -------------------------4


~-------------------W6NON~H----------------------~

l!E:\RIETT.\ SO RE:\SO:\ u

\\"inona

fl riuic"

.\0\' .\XCED

Class Play :2; i\lcndclssoh n Club :2; Operetta :!; Catholic Students' Club 1, :2; \\' ..\.A. \ 'o<h·il :!; First Baseball T eam :2; Second Soccer Team :! .

~I.\IHE

.\l i nneapo li ~

Bl.i!\ES .\0\' .\XCED

Junior ll igh School Club 2; Twin City Club :! ; Country Life Club 1.

RALI'II L. J .\CKS O:\

DO\ cr

" ll appy" AIJ \' ,\1\CEO

Press Club; Treasurer :!; Dramatic Club :2; Class Play:!; j unior lli ~-:h School Club :!; Orchestra; Phc-a-Thi.

E ON,\ BLOOi\1

Sti llw<>tcr " J~d"

.\IJ\',\1\CJ;:O

::\linstrcll ; V. W. C .. \. 1, :2; \\' ..\ .. \ . I , :2; Fi rst Hockey Team I .

ETHEL K OE IILER

)lound

.\1)\' ,\l\CEO

Country Li fe Clu b I ; Y. \\'. C .. \. :2; \V . .\ . A. :2; Second Baseball Team l.


1------------ W6NON~H _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____

DO ROT HY \"AlL

St cwart ville

"Dot" Kll'iD E RGARTI!:N

:\l cndclsso hn 1, 2; Spring Concert 2; Kindergarten Clu b I , 2; i\ lay F estival !.

ESTH ER EKJ3.E R G

St. Paul

''S1ccde', ,\0\"AXCED

Dramatic Club 2; T hanksgi,·ing Pl ay 2; Class Play 2; j unior lligh School Club 2; Twin City Club 2; Y. \\'.C..\ . 1, 2 ; \\". .\ ..\ . 2; "\V" Club 2; F irst Soccer T eam 2; Second \"olley Ball Team 2; Second l.laseball T eam :?.

L lJC JLI ~ J'.Rl ='l ~IX G

Rushford

D RA \\'I~G

\\'i n on<~

Business College' 17-' lX; .\ nnual StaiT 2; Press Club 2; Dra matic Club 2; Class Pl ay 2; Th anksgiving Play 2; Thanksgiving Tableau 2; Y. \V . C ..\ . l .

S lllRU:\' :\l cC Lv R .E GEORGE

Renville

"Georgie" .\0\'.\:\CED

St. Cloud ':?0; D ramatic Club 2; Thanksgiving Tableaux 2; Class P lay :?; Y . \\'. C. A. 2; First Baseball Team :?; Swimming Leader 2.

i\1.\RLE WATT E R S

flandreau, S. Dak.

"Rie" li OllE I•:CONO.\IJCS

j un ior High School Club 2; Home E conom ics Clu b 1, 2; Catholic Students Club I, 2; Secretary 2.

~-------------------------- 19~1 _______________________~ JlACE 'fiiiRTY Jo:IC II T


\\'i no na

E D\rl :'\ S. DOT Y

" Dot y" ADVA~ CE D

Cla ss l'lay :l; Pow-wow Staff 2; Press Cl ub 2; Orchest ra I, 2 ; Secon d Football T eam 1.

CL.\ RE:'\CE GERECKE " Baldy" J l! ~lOR

\\'inona

COLI.EG I::

Christmas P la y 1; Cla~s P lay 2; T ha n ksgi"ing T ableaux 2 ; Phe-a -T h i 1, 2; Octette I : " \\' " Club I, 2 ; First Football 1, 2; First B a ske t Ball I. 2; Firs t Ba seball I, 2 ; T rack l; Sweater man.

C L . \ ll~

BR :\:\1 I ~R

H armon.'·

"/3ricky" ..\1 A~l'AL

T RAlXIXG

IJ ramatic Club l , 2; T hanksgi, ·ing Play 2: Ch rist mas Play L, 2 ; Cla ss Pla y 2; Octett e 1, 2; Orchestra I , :l; I ndus trial .\ rts Club 1; P hc-a-T hi 2; Footba ll I ; T rack l.

:'11.\ RJO)J' ELLI SO::\

\\' inona

.\D\' \XCJ·:O

Pa ~ad e na " U " ; O shkosh ::\ormal: J unior H igh S('hool Club 2: \' . \\'. C .. \ . 2.

CO R.\ OTT E R K' ESS "Coric''

Kasson

ADVAXCED

9~1 --------------------------~


,----------------------WeNONAH _____________________

:\1 VRTLE CHRl STEXSEN " Jl yrt''

By ron

.\0\' ci);CED

l'rC5S Club 2; Coun try Life Club 1 ; V. \V . C . .\ . I,:!.

lR l~ V .\ ROOT

:::\ew Ri chland "Reva" ,\1)\'Al\CED

.\RTI I UR W. STJUXD " Ja ke"

Harmony

~1.\NU .\L TRAl~"INC

St. Olaf ' I S; P ow-wow Staff 2; Press Club 2; Treasure r 2; Annual Staff 2; Dramatic Club :!; Christmas Play 1; Thanksgiving Pl ay 2; Class Play :!; Orchestra 1, 2; l\ lcn's Octettc l , 2; indu strial .\rts Club 1, 2; " W" Clu b l.

GI..\D\'S LUXOCRE:\' " Glad"

:\1 in neapolis

AD VAKCED

J unior Tligh School Club 2; Twin City Club 2; V. \V . C . .\ . 1, 2.

~ L\RjORI E

J. FOX

l\lin nea polis

"Foxy" A I) \ 'A I\CIW

Twin City Cl u b 2; \Vest Lodge Presid en t 2; Cath ol ic Students' Club 1, 2; Presiden t 1.

~-------------------------- 19~1 ________________________- - 1


H------------------------~

BL. \~CII

.\LL\RD

Spring \ 'alley uAI"

AD\' A ;\ICE!)

Finance Committee 2; Junior High School Club 2; ,\nnual StafT; \V. A. A. 2; First Baseball Team 2; Second Volley Hall T eam (Capl.) 2; Second Soccer Team 2; First Basket Ball Team 2; "\\1" Club.

E\'.\ R.\S~l USS Ei\

.\ustin "Jive"

.\OV,\;.;CED

Pow-wow StafT 2; Press Club :!; Dramatic Club I, 2; Junior High School Club 2; :\lusical Rcn1e :!; ?.lay Fcsti\'al I ; Y. \\'.C. A. J, 2; Il onor Student T eacher.

CL\' EVI I~ \'1 ~

:\L\

\"Jm

South Stillwater

"(;en" AOVt\NC'"I::O

.\nnual StafT 2; :\ray Festival l ; Minstrels J ; Catholic Students Club 1, 2; \ ' icc President 2; \\' . ,\ .. \.I , :1; \V . . \.A. Voclvil 2; Seconcl llaskct llall Team 2.

:\1\"RTLE RUTIT ]dJLLER

:\l in neapolis

".l f yrt" All\'A"CED

Twin City Club 2.

C llR IST I t\ E 13 I~ R G:\1.\ N :\ "Cookie"

Glencoe

Dra·malic Club 2; Thanksgiving Play 2; Country Life Club 1; Y. W. C .. \ . 1; First Basket .Uall Team I.

921 ________ ·------------------~


~L\RGUERITI ~

DOYLE

Bird I sland

" .llarg" .\D\'AXCED

Y. \\'. C. :\. I, :?; " \\'" Club :.!; \\'. ,\ . . \. I, :? ; Firs t Hockey l ; Second Voll ey Ball Team I, :l ; Second Baseball T eam :2.

C LAR ,\ ]OT-T J\SON

:.\'l inneapolis

"Claire" AD\·A~CED

:.\Iinnesota '· U" '11'; Twin City Club :2.

EDl TH C. liOD IE S

St. Pau l

"Kilty'' K!NDERGARTI"\

Kindergarten Club I , 2; Chair111an C hristma' Gift & Book Committee:?; Twin City Club :2: Ope retta 1; .:\lay Festival I ; Y. \\'. C. A. l.

.\LI CE

Pl ~TE R SOX

1-l inneapoli s

"Pete'' AI)\'.\NCED

~linneso ta

"U" ' l(i ' 17; Treasurer Class:.!; Annual StafT :.!; Mendelssohn :.! (accompanist); Ch ristmas Play Pianist :2; Operetta Pianist :2; \ ' icc President Twin City Girls' Clu b 2.

]1[,\BEL BROW!\

,\!bert L ea r\DVAXCED

P ow-wow StafT :2; Press Club Sec retary :.! ; J un ior High School Cl u b President :.!; Orchestra 2; Y. \\' . C . .\. ; Second Basket Hall Team 2 ;.

~------~~---------------- 19~1 ------------------------~ J>AC£ }'OR'l"l-TWO


r

TIIEl~ES.\

G.\RRY "Tt'rtsr"

\\'ykofl

AD\'AXCED

Catholic Students' Club.

FLORI·::-.JCE BEXDER " Flossy"

\\'inona

Ml:SIC

~ l ason ~dusic

Club 1, 2; Treasu rer J: :\lenuebsohn Club I, 2; Operetta I , 2: Spring Concert l: Junior High School Club 2; )Iusical R ente 2: Catholic Students' Club I , 2; \\'.A .. \.: Raselnll Team J; Basket Ball Team 2.

DOLORES

CO~R.\D

\\'inona

"Dolo" ADI'AXCED

Dramatic Club J , :2; Thanksgi,·ing Play Coach 1; Catholic Stud ents' Club I, :2 .

)1.\RG:\RET S.\1.1\ SBURY "Peggy''

La )loille

1'11\'ST('A!. F;Dl:CATIOX

Dramatic Club 2; Class Play 2; Press Club 2: Junior H igh School Club 2; Catholic Students' Club l , 2; :\lay Festiva l 1; \\' .. \ ..\. l. 2; President:?;"\\'" Club; First Basket Ball Team J, 2; First \ 'olley Hall Team I ; First Hockey 1 ; \\'inncr of Girls' Track J\fcct 1; \\'inner of Girls' Swimming J\1eel I.

ALBl NUS H. KREGER "Att'

Green 'Isle

PllYSICAL EDl:CATION

Press Club 2; Dramatic Club :2; Class Play :l; Junior High School Club :?; Octcltc 1, :2; l'hc-aThi l , 2; "W" Club I , 2; Sll'eater .:.\Jan ; Football J, 2; Baseball I , 2; Basket Halll, 2; Captain 1. :?.

~------------------------19~1 --------------------------~


- - - -- - - - -- -l.U6NONIH1 _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __,1

1

JOS I~P IIT NE

POZZTXl "Jo"

Stillwater

Junior High School Club :2; Country Li fe Cluh I ; Catholic Students' Club 1, :2; Y. W. C. i\. J.

J\1 \'R:\'.\ LU:\'D.\HL

Kasson

"Kid'' 11USIC

:\fason .\lusic Club :2; :\lcndclssohn Club ::!; Spring Concert ::!; Operetta :2; ~ l ay F estival 1: First Baseball Team :2 .

Plain vic II' ADVANCED

\'.\\'.C. A. 1, :2; \V .. \. A. I ; First Volley Bal l Team::!; Second Volley Tiall Team 1.

:\Janlorvillc

L!LLI.\X J\1.

K R U EGI~ L

Spring Valley

"Lil" AD\'Al'CJ::D

i'. \\'.C ..\. 1, :2; Second llaseball Team::!.

~--------~--------------- 19~1 ------------------------~ PA<ao FoRTv-•ouR


RUTH

DE~ J S O K

Faribau lt

H O ME E CO:-;iQlJTCS

l\l anka to ~orm al ' 19 ; P ress Club 2 ; H om e E conomics Cl uh I ; J un io r H igh School Clu b 2.

R EO:\' A A. \V ER K.i\1. \ ~

Crooksto n

" Rea" K I :-ID E RG.\R T IO .

K indergarten Club I. :?; Y . \\" . C . .\ . I.

\V! L,\I A C.\R R

Clarkesville, I ow a DR A IVli': G

J unio r IIig h School Clu b 2 ; 1\ rt Clu b Preside nt 2; Country Li fe Club 2; Y. W . C . .\ . 2.

J.L\ RY GOODS ELL

Grand ..)l eado w

AD\.Al\'C ED

J.Jay F estiva l 1; \' . \\' . C . . \. I. 2 ; \\" . . \ . .\ . L. 2 ; Clu b 2; Vo lley lla ll I, 2 ; Ba seball.

"\r"

FRANCES M. J OHKSO:\T

Spring Grove

AI)\ ' A:VCE D

May Fes ti val I ; i' . \\'.C. A. I, 2.

7-_T

I

J

921 ________________________~


, - - - · -- - -- - - - -lUcNONAI1 _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __.

DOR OTHY IIERl\fANX "Dotty"

St. Paul

ADVA:-iCED

Pow-wow Stall ~; Press Club ~; :\Iason :.rusic Club I ; T"·in City Cl u b 2; President of l\ lorey ll a ll :.!; Chairman Ring Committee~; Chairman :\ lc moria l Fund ~; Chairman S tudents' D irerLory~; Y. \\'.C .. \ . 1, ~:Cabinet~-

lll·: u :x KR.\ C LIE

Pine Jsland

" K rarlt" ADVAJ\CEil

Class Play

~;

Catholic Students' Club 1,

ESTIIER GUDERIAX

~-

Dover

AOVA?-ICED

Ju nio r High School 2; Count ry Life Club 1;.

ELE,\XOR D. BERLL X

Delano

" T ed" Kl l\ IJERGAR11·:N

Kindergarten Club I , 2; Y. \\'.C. A. I.

HELEN :\I. TO\\"X SEX D JIO~IE

1\linncapolis

ECO;)IO~li. CS

Dramatic Club :.!; Christmas Play 2; H ome Econom ics Club 1, ~;\'icc Presiden t! ; Ju nior High School Club 2; :\lusical Re,·ue :.!; :\lay F esli,·al 1; Y. \\".C.,\. l , :.!; W. A . .\. I, 2; " \\' "Club 1, 2: \\'. A. A. Vorl vi ! 2; \ "olley Ball Team I, 2.

PAGE FORTY-SIX


\\'inona

CHARLES IU.l\lMLL "Ciwckic" Jl::-llOR COLT.ECE

Pow-wow Stall 2; P ress Club 2; Chairman Committee of Penny D ance; ,\nnual Staff 2; Dramatic Club I , 2; ll cart of Youth l ; Thanksgivinf: Play 2; Class Play 2; Phe-a-Thi ; Rooter King I , 2; Ch:q>cl T a lk on Hoose,·elt: Track I , '2 .

\'ER.\ :'II. D.\ \ ' J S

B yron "Dave" AD\'.\:\C'ED

)lason

::'llu~ic

Club 1; \'.\\' .C ..-\. 1. 2.

ESTIII·: R i\I UNSOI\

Flandreau, S. Dak.

ADVA:'.JCED

Annual Stall :l; Dram;ttic Club I, :!; Treasurer 2; Christmas Play :l; Y. \\'. C . .\ . I, 2.

\'IOL\ SCO FJ I·: LD

Austin "Vi" junior H igh School Club Secretary 2; Catholic. Students' Club I, 2; Secretary 2; :'I fay F estival I; W .. \ ..\ . I, 2; Second Baseball Team 2.

EV,\1\GI.!:LJ.:-IE M . HElM

Winona

"Babe" ADVAKCEO

College of St. Teresa; Pow-wow Stall 2; Press Club 2; Catholic Students' Club 1, 2; \\' .A .. \. 2; First Basket Ball T eam I ; First \ 'olley Ball Team I, 2; Hockey 1; Track 1; Baseball 1, 2; Captain 2; Soccer 2; Captain 2.

~----------------------19~1------------------------~


RL r\ ~C TIE

L . :\LYSTER

llayfield

AD\'A~CE U

V. W. C. r\. I , 2.

C LYDE ?.I ORRTSO N ".II orey"

Winon a

AD\'At'\CIW

Cia~~

Play 2; J unior High School Club 2; " \\'" Club- Sweater i\Ian; Football I, 2; Captain J; Baseball 1; Basket Ball J, 2.

VERNO~

F. LOUGHRA:\ " Veruie"

Winona

A DVANCED

No rth Dakota " U"; M inneso ta "U"; 1\ nnual Stan· 2; Dramatic Club 2; Class Play 2; Christmas Play 2; junior High School Club 2.

DEL ROS.\ R.

~lcC.\RTIIY

Ca ledonia

"Del" ADV.\XCim

Catholic Students' Club I .

.\ fi N:\ IE WELCH

Winona "JJ in"

ADVANCED

Junior High School Club 2; Catholic Students' Club J, 2; Firs t Basket Dall T eam 2.

~--------------------------19~1 --------------------------~· P .AGI·: FoKTY-Jo:WHI'


_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ W6NONAI1 _ _ _ __ __ __ _ _,]

~M ARIE

Madison

R I CE " Jfaya'' AD\'.\~CF. O

Country Life Club~; Y. \\'.C .. \ .~; Firs t Junior Soccer T eam .

ELV,\ NEI.SOJ\

.\I in neapolis

"AI" AD\'.\KCED

Twin City

C lub~ ;

Y. \\'.C..\.

CL.\DYS OTTESO:\

I ,~ -

~linn eapo lis

ADV\~CED

Country Li fe Club 1; Twin City Club 2; Chairman Invitation Committee~; Y. \\' .C . . \ . I, :2; Y. \V. C. i\. Secret~try 2.

FRAN CES Dll3ULE " Fanny''

Taylor's Falls

Pl':-i~IAXSI!J l' Sl:P I,R\'ISOR 'S COl:R~m

Junior ll igh School Club :.!; " \\" " C lub:.! ; \\" ..\ . . \. 1, :.!; First Ha:;ket Ball T ea m ~ ; First \ 'olley Ball Team :.!; First IJascball T eam 2; Second Soccer :2.

J-J ELLEN F. 1-:.\RLY

Minn eapolis

";lf ifkry' ' A IJ\'A:-ICI;D

Class Play :.!; T\\'in City Club :.! ; \\'est L odge Secretary I .

~------------------------ 1921 ____________________________


,-----------------------W6NONAH _____________________•

C IIR1 ST! l\'.\ BTLLE

St. Paul

"Billy'' .\D\"AXCED

T wi n City Club:.!; Y. \\".C .,\. l , :.!; \V. t\ . i\. First Baseball Team :.!.

,\LT.\ PILLT:\ G

~;

Fland reau, S. Dak. " J immy"' .\D\".\XCED

Dramatic Club I,~; Class Play :2; J\l o rcy l!all Trcasu rcr :2; \". \\". C . •\ . I. :2.

CEOR( :I.\:-.;.\ C. OL SOJ\ "Georgie"

En;kinc

.\lt;SIC

Pow-wow Staff :!; P ress C lub 2; Dramatic Club I ; \ ' icc Presid en t :.!; l\ l ason :\ l usic Clu b I, :l; Operetta I,:.! : ;\l cndelssohn l , 2; S prin!( Concert I ; C h ris t mas Cantata 1, 2; junior !Iigh School C lub:.!; Y. \\'.C . 1\. I.

1-: L E .\:\OR B.\TTER BERR\", S isseton, S .D.

"F.Iie" .\D\".\XCED

l'ow-wow S taff :.!; Press Club 2; ;\Iason l\lusic Club I; Operetta. I . :.!; J unior High School Club :2; :?\ lusic:tl R cYue :l; Catholic Students' Clu b; :\ l ay Fcsti,•al I ; Basket Hall I (Cap t. );.

Winon a

.\1.\Y .\lURR .\Y AO\"ASCED

junior !Tigh School Club 2; :\l a y Fcs ti,· :~ l I ; \\' . . \. ,\. :l; " \\'" C lub :l; Second 13aseball Team :.!; First \ 'ollcy Ba ll T eam :.!.

~------------------------- 1921 ________________________~ PAcr; FnTY


_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ U/6NON.4H _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __,

:.'lfinncapolis

lRE:\'E ITEG:\1.\l'\ I!O~IIc

ECO'-O~II CS

H ome Economics Club L, 2; Junior High School Club:!; Twin Cily Club:!; Y. \Y. C ..\. I.:'.

~

I

I.LL.\ ('I IRI ST f.\ l'\

llane. l\lonl.

"Citristian'' \'.\\'.C..\. I.:!; \Y ..\ ..\.:Second Ba~kct Ball Team:!.

:\IY RTLE jOil:\SO:\ .. .\lyr(' IIO~IE

Sl. Pau l

E('OXO)IIC'S

Junior ll igh School Club 2; H ome Economics Club I,:!; ;\ l ay Fcsli,·al 1; " \\' "Club 2; \\".. \ . .\. I,:!; First Baseba ll T eam :!; Second \ 'ollcy Ball Team I, :!.

\\'inona

TIIERESE L.\.\'G

"Tess" AD\"A:\('EI)

Junior ll igh School Club :!; \\' . .\ .. \. 2: " \\... Club :!; First Soccer Team :!: Second Baseball T eam 2; Second Basket Ball Team :!.

FI.ORE:\CI·: i\ 1. SC l f.\ EF I·:R "F/ossir' '

Clcncoc

AI>VA~CED

Junior lligh School Club 2; Press Clab 2; Y. \\'. C.,\ . I ,:!; \\' . ,\. 1 , 2; l ~irs l \'ollcy Ball Team 1: Second Basket Ball Team I.

921 __________________________~ l'AGE F HT\'-0 !'\E


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~l.\URJCE

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C. TTO\\".\RD " .IIac"

\Yinona

jl':\TOR COL T. E CE

President of Class ::! ; Dramatic Club J, 2; Vice President I; Presid e nt 2: Class Play 1; Christmas P lay I ; Ph c-a-Thi : Second Football 1, ~ : Second Basket Ba ll l. :.!.

ETHELYK ROSSITER " Ethel" 11 0 \I E

D elmar, Iowa

E CO"O ~I! CS

Co rnell College ' J(i ' 1/ ; Y. \\" . C. ,\ . 2; Hom e Eco no mics Club :.!.

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JUNIOR CLASS OfFICERS H. I CIL\RD .\1 \X\\'E J.L . .. . .. Presidmt L~-:o CLEAn v ...... ...... Secretary Co tu L Et·: .......... l'ire President H ,\1\L\' 1\ S EBO . . . . . .. . . . . Trea s urer CO MMITTEES J UK IOR l'AH'rY

Social Committee j ohn L yn ch, Chai r man. Rcire~h ment Committee- Agnes Starkson , Chairm a n. Decoration Committee--Janetla Gillies, C hairman . .liA \' .FESTl \ '.\ L

General Chairman Richard 1 I ax\\'cll. Prog ram Committee Lucille Chandler, Chairma n. Decoration s a nd Properties- Nita Phillips, Chai rm an. Costume Committee Ru by Ro\\'e, Chairman. Refreshment Committee Eunice Both e, CIHLi r man.

RtDY St:U:l

R I C'll \RJ> ) 1 \X\\ E. LL

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T he ]t1nio r Calendar

\ \

Sept. 7-The J uniors entered upon another stretch of the educational track by registering in the assemb ly room. F or the Jir~l time they receind their precious pink slips. In the afternoon of the same day the Y. W. C . A. meml;ers ga,·e a tea for t h e new girls. Sept. 10 l\ big " ice-breaker" party was ginn in the training school gymnasium. Th ere the new students, the old students, and the faculty became acquainted. Sept. J 1 T he most enterprising and ambitious J uniors decided to go on the ri,·cr excursion to La Crosse. ~J any of them Yisitccl the La Crosse Xormal School. Sept. J7- j ane Co\Yl in "Smilin' Through'' at the Opera House \Yas a rare treat to rPost of the students. Sepl. l - .\ faculty Reception~ \\'ould it be dignified and formal? Just what did a person need to knO\Y to meet the occasion) Those who \\·ere daring and ach enturous '' ent. and likewise found the ans\rer to their queries . .\fter the ftrst hand-shakes. the arm became limbered a little, the throat cleared, the muscles relaxed, and e\·ery one began having a Yery enjoyable time. Oct. 30- The J uniors saw real football at the \\'inona-Shattuck game in the afternoon . A Il allo" e'en party was gi,·en in the CYening. ~0\'.

3 G At this ti n·e the hon:esick youngsters were permitted lo return home for a few d a ys. Great \\·as their joy! The l.l. E. t\. seemed an act of Providence to a ll.

~ov.

20- E,·ery J unior \\ho attended the Thanksgi,·ing Party c~ure away with a higher appreciation of the work of the college, of the students. and of the faculty. At forst it seemed almost unbclie,·ablc that students working together could produce the tableaux that were gi,·cn.

Xo,·. 24-T his date n· arked the end of the rm;t term. 13y this time the Junior class had been organized. A constitution had been adopted by the class. Richa rd ~Iaxwell undertook the leadership of the class in its first year at the Winona Stale Teachers College. Cora Lee consented to substitute her leadership if ci rcu trsta nces deemed it neces"ary. Leo Cleary, a noted penman, was elected the secretary. ' ·R udy" Sebo was given control oYer the financial afTairs of the class. H elen Gaines was elected class reporter. ,\ social committee, consisting of Agnes Starkson, Loretta )lc:\lahon, l\felba l\lann, John Lynch, and B ruce Clark was appointed by the officers of the class. t\fter all these things had l:een done, the class seetred to he ready to go on into the next term . ro ,·. 21) ~l emorab l e D ay! _jJ uch to ou r surprise we were again handed those quaint pink slips. Of course \r c all looked to sec how m<tny "A's" and "E's" had fallen to our lot. Dec. 18- T he J un iors had long been looking forward to the Christmas Party, for the Seniors had often told t hem about it. The Christn1as Play was appreciated just as much as the infonral part of the party \\·hich came afterward. Santa Claus himself \Yas there. I t seemed odd hut everyone \ras acquainted with hi m. All the little and 1:!~ folk who had been good re-

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cei,·ecl presents of various kinds, \Vilh a bag of nuts and candy, and an anima l cookie besides. Dec. 22 - Home, Sweet H o me. Jan. 2

.\ 11 th e grinds returned to the grind-s tone again.

Jan. Hl L;p to this time every one had been doing all manne r of nice things for the juniors. The j uniors , howc,·er, had not had much chance to show their appreciation. Finally they decided to e ngineer a party fo r t he entire school. The members of the social comm ittee met and appointed other committees . Soon the j uniors \\·ere working to carry out their p lans The results which \\·ere accon· plished \\·ere very satisfactory. Feb. 12 .\fter rec ei,·ing the delightful personal im·itation to the Valentine Cotillion c,·ery Junior was eager to go, for ,·ery few of them knew what a genuine cotillion dance " ·ould be like. The favors which were gh·en added an extra pleasure to the evening's ente rtainn· ent. Feb. 25 The 1\fason I\ I usic Club and the .i\Icnclclsso hn Club enter tained th e s tudents by putting on a n operclla " T he Wild Rose." It was a stage pcrforn' ance \rhich not only furnis hed amuserrent but also gave a higher appreciation of th e work of the musical organizations of the College. Feb. 2(i Jus t as the football gan' e played between Shattuck and Winona was th e real football gam e o f the season. jus t so the bas ket ball game with St. Cloud \\'Us the great baske t ball game of the year. The Juniors had awakened to the seriousn ess of the conflict and they turned out in full fo rce. J-;,·cry one " ·ent to see the boys "·in and of course they couldn ' t do otherwise. La ter in t he c\·ening c,·ery one adjourned to the "Blue Owl lnn ." The " Blu e Ow ls" looked d own. from their va rious perc hes, upon t he scenes of merri ment. It is said that they were obscr\'cd \rinking at one another as if th ey thoro ly understood the things which \\·ere going on before them. ::\1 ar. 12 - Th e \\'om en 's Athlcl ic Association prcsen ted a ,.a udeville to th e sc hool whi ch scored a ~real success.

::\lar. I 20- While the Juniors were home for Eas le r Yacalion many of them co ntrac ted a pecu liar di sease known as "S prin~ Fe,·er. " It i ~ a curious malady , as the only cure known for it is ha rd work. T h ose who do not take the prescribed cure mu st let the disease r un its course. April LG- Thc pa rty g i,·en to the school by th e Home Economics C lub s howed t hat the me mbers of that department were not only good cook s, but dainty and cha rmi ng hos tesses as well. ~lay

14-Thc Juniors proclaimed this the best fete they had ever seen. (They had neYer seen one before.) ~lay

A CLASS AT111"UO £'

J une 5- 10--Commcnccmen t wee k has mea nt much to the Seniors but it has also he ld a meaning for the J uniors . ll has meant something a chie,·ccl. It has 1reant that the Juniors ha,·e taken the torch from the Seniors . Jt is they \\'hO m usl hold i l high so that it " ·ill lig ht the way for those who follow in the next year.

~------------------------- 1921 ________________________~ PAG & FlPTY· SlX


CAMPUS TWINS

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P ;.\CE Fll:'fY-ElCIIT


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/

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....... •' ....,.:....:·. ·''. :·;:·\, :.1}::·;... ,.........··-· .................. ••.•, -: ·,1~.:: •.

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FIRST 11 .\SI,ET IL\LI. TE.\::11 :\1

( J"II \Ii.\

\X\\J::LL

P ELJ.O\\i:-il..:l

L' '< 1t 1\.R t:eiER

D1 LLO~

(Coach

GERI:::Cl\.J

Basket Ball

F

R0:\1 the first the l!l21 basket ball season was a Ycry encouraging one for the College. EYery man, who competed for a place on either the lm;t or seco nd team, had already h ad several years experience in basket ball. Kreger and Gerecke "·ere members of the I!l20 Normal team . Kreger, wh o was last year's cap tain, was again g iven thi s position . Under the ski llfu l direction of Coach D illon the team rapidly cle,·elopecl. T ea m-work \ras especially sl rt:ssed and smooth, efficient work in passing was the result. A schedule of tweh·e games was sec ured . Each was full of interest an d hot ly contested. This was especiall y t rue of the closing game of t he season wi th our traditional contestant for athletic honors, St. C loud. Wi th the wholehearted s upport of the entire school and t he fine work of the team, a o ne point ,·ictory was forced upon our oppo nen ts. This game tied the two teams for the Stale College championship in basket ball.

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H-

Basket Ball SE,\SOX'S SCORES

Teachers Teachers Teach ers Teache rs Teache rs Teachers Teachers Teachers Teac hers Teachers Teachers Teachers

College ......... . 34 College Second . ... . . . .. 28 College .............. . 1i) College ... ..... . 17 College . . . . . . . . . . ... 26 Col lege ... . .......... 15 College .............. .J7 College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 College .............. 44 Col lege .. ....... ..... :~7 College .............. a--1 College .............. 15

Caledonia L egio n . ............ . . 26 Caledonia Hi gh School ......... ... 6 E au Claire .. . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 29 Y. i\1. C. A ... . . ... . ......... . ... 18 Ca led oni a L egion . ....... .. . . .... 20 ShaLLuck ................ . ....... 18 R och este r J unior College ..... . . . . . 8 St. Cloud T e<Lchers College .... . ... 22 R oc hester Juni or College ...... . ... 9 Cotter High School ............. .. 2-~ Y. ;\1. C.. \ .. . ................. . 18 St. Cloud Teachers College .. ... . .. 1-1:

T otals . .................. :316

~ECO:-CLF:.\R\'

Totals

D R.\5KET IL\LL

.......... . ....... . 212

TEA~!

~ICh.A\'

HuW.\ Rll

9~1------------------------~ ' SIXT\'~O'JI-: PACE


FOOTllAtJ, CLJ:Ir.\: ,\1 \X \\'ELL

P[L L OW:)Id

~ :oRR ISO\

TE.\ ~1

L Y\'C'II CL .\R ~-;

('o.\( 11

D11.LCJ~

B ~~l

SQVA SAs~ E R

KR t:CER

S T W:A.s n

Gt-: R ~CKt;

Foot Ball

W

HEK th e fi rs t ca ll was g i,·e n for fo Dtb a ll men t o report for practice, th ere was a gene rous re sponse. Coa ch Dillon soon deYeloped a smoo t hly running machin e which mad e a credita ble showing thruoul the season. i\ defea t by suc h a t eam as that of L uther College is by no means a disgrace, a nd a v ic t ory o,·cr s uch an cleYen as that of th e Sha ttuck :\ l ili ta r y Acade my is an a cco mp lis hmen t o f "·hich t o be pro ud , es p ecia lly wh e n it is t he ~rs t d efeat t h is tea m h a d ,; un· e red lh r uo u t t he season. Our o ld a d versary for t h e State C ol lege foo t ball cha mpio nsh ip. St. C loud, secu red a on e-goal defeat ov er t he W inona fi gh te rs. Th e loyal purpl e an d wh ile supporte rs . as a token of their a ppreciat io n of th e work d on e by the sq uad , sen t t he p ia~, ers t o t he =-.ri n neso l a - i\I ic higa.n foolball game played at i\I inn eapolis. A nc\1· c ust om \Ya s introdu ced to the school thi s year \Y h en it was decided to gi,·e :"'·ea ter:-; lo foo tball me n wh o ha d ea rned ' ·\Y 's" for two s uccessi,·e years.

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Kreger, Gereckc, Rem:, Captain Cassidy. Clark. and :\lorrison \Yere awarded thi s year.

~weaters

Ll:\E-LP

R igh t end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Righ t tac kl e .. ..... . ... ... .. ..... . . . . . . . . . . . R ig ht g ua rd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Center .. .. . ... . . .. . . . . . . . . .......... Left g uard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Left t ack le ..................... Left end. . . ......... ........ Right half ............... ........ Left half . . ......... Quarter back . F ull back ... Subs.

..... . .. Sasner .. ..... . l\tl orrison . . . . . . .. Quinel.l . . . Gereckc . .. ....... R isser . . . . ... Kreger . ..... Cassidy . .... Pellowski . .... . :\Iax"·ell . . .... . Benz . .. Cleary

So,·a. Strand. Lyn c h and Clark.

FOOTB.\L i. SCI!EDL U :

\\" in o na \\' ino n<: \\-' inona Win o na \\" ino na Wino na

. . ... . .. . .. . ........ .. 9 . . . 72 7 .... ..... . .. .. . ... . .. . () ()

. . . . . . . . ... . ... .. 12

Red \\ ing H igh School .. .. , . . .. . 3;) Wabasha H igh School .. ... 0 SL. C loud T eachers Col lege .. .... 13 Campion Coll ege. . . . . . . . .. .. 54 L u th er College . . . .... .... . .4 1 Shattuck :\l ilitary Academy . . ... G

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RISS ER

"C.\ I" T J OI·."

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"COR!\"

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QUI:\ 1-:'I'TE

".\BE"

C'L \'DE

IIARR\'

HARRY

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" l3E:-IZIE" ''JAKE"

LEO

" RlC HlE"

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'·B UD"

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_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ WeNONAH _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _-,

TRACK H owARn RANDA LL

TE,\~1

\\'usn l\I AX WEI.L

SoYA PELLO WS:K l

i)n. LON

(Coach)

~fiT<' IIIC I.

Track

I

T WAS u nanimously decided by the men of t h e College to put all t h e effort usu ally given to baseball into t he produ ctio n of a good t r ack Team. Wi t h a nu mb er of fine p r ospects, Coach D illon ' is confid ent of a good showing in t he meets 1rith oth er sch ools. Gross, wh o won sev. ral first places in t h e weigh t events in t h e :Yfi nnesota Hig h Schools' t rack mee ts of 1020 , is considered a cer tain p oint win n er fo r t h e purple a n d whi te. l\I ecls h aYe been arra nged wi th severa l hi gh schools and colleges in this ,¡ici nity.

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OUIT MEN'S

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PAGI·: S t XT\'· EIGHT

~ AT~LIT1[5

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VOMEN8 ATHLETICS L __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __

l921 ____________________~


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The W omens' Athletic Association

T

ilE mem b ership requirements fo r t his association a re a satisfactory scholarship, an active interest in women's a thletics, a nd fifty points which may be

earned by pa rti cipation in Yarious spor ts. The " W 's" arc presented to any m em -

ber who ea rn s one hundred points in athletics. Gold " W" pins a re awarded annually to those members who earn two hundred points. The present membership is sixty-seven.

This year thirty " W's" a nd seven pins were given out.

The point system of the association is as follows : 1st team

2d team

3d team

Basket ball Baseball . . .. .

35

20

36

20

Soccer .... . Volley ball . . ...

3ti

20

35

20

Field H ockey ..... . ..... . . . .

35

20

10 10 10 10 10

Games

Tournament>

Js t p lace

. .... ..

2d p lace

3d place

Track .. .. ...... . Swimming ...... .. ........ . .... . . . .

:~o

20

:~o

20

10

Skating

30 30

20

10

20

10

Tennis

10

1 term

Da ncin g. . . . Hiking..

. ......... . ...... . ... .... .... .......... .... . .. . 5 . . ... . . .. . .. .......... . . .... . .... . . ... 10

Outside wor k . ... ........ . . .. . ... .. .. . ............ . .. .. . ..... . ..... 5

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SE:>I IOR ll,\SKET RALL ThnnLE :\liKER

TEA~!

\\'i.L('ll S\1\;'SI\l'R\

ALL ARD

SrNDOY

Basket Ball

B

.\ SKET BALL has al\\·ays played the most important part in t he women's a hletics of the college. and has done much to stimulate the interes t of the students. A greate r enthusiasm was displayed this year t han in preYious years. Enough young \Yomen sho\Yed an actiYe interest in the game t o enable th e coac h to selec t fir:;t. second , and third teams for both Jun ior a nd Senior classes. Three inter-class games "·ere played, t he Seni ors \\·inning all three ga mes. T'he teams were \\·ell matched , so th ere was h ard work on both sides . F oll o,Ying th e class games, a star team was ch osen to p lay against the local h igh sc hool team. The resul t of this \nts a vi c tory for the college stars.

SENIOR LT N E UP Fo r ward. .. ..... . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . .. .. . . :\lilda Su n dby Forward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Fl ore nce Ku stelska Jum ping Center ...... ..... ........ .. . . .......... . .. . .... .. . 1\Iinnie Welsh Run ning Center ... . .. .. .. . ...... .. ..... . ............ . .:Vfargaret Sai nsbury Guard............ .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Eunice .:\J iner Guard. ..... ............ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .... . . . Franc es Dibble

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JU:\IOR B \SKET ll.\L L TLUI LAI'IL\:M

CLOSNER

LLGYOLil

(;stOTII

STEEI...\~0

R ISSER

:\I< · K~-.:ow'\

II\LL

JUNlOR LTNE UP Forward ........... . .. .i\Iartha. ~l cKeown f orward. .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... Katherine Risser Jumping Center ... . ......................................... M a rion H a ll Running Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... E sthe r Groth Guard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gladys Lapham Guard ................. ............. .. .................... Ellen Steel and

SCORES

Senior::; First game. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Second game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :W Third game. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.)

Juniors

8 1

12

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J U?\IO R BASEBALL TEAM PHILLIPS

~1. ANDERSO X

SPE.!'\CJ::

DliJDLE

CJIRISTGA u

ANUER SO!'\ L YIIJ·:CK

P RO£SC11EL BERG QUIST

Base ball SEN I ORS

Pitcher ....... . .. .. .. .. ... ..... ... ......... .......... . . ... Fannie Abbott Catcher ...... . ..... . ...... . . ............... .. ..... . . ...... Christina Bille First Base .... ... .... . . ... ... ................. ... . . . ... E,·angcli ne Ileim Second Base ........ . ..... .. .... . ............. .. . ..... H enrietta Sorenson Third Base .... .. . .. . ....... .. .. . . . .... ..... ... .. . ....... Clarissa Sunde Short Stop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ............. . . ... Anna Fri ed Right Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............. .. Blanche Allard Left Field. . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . Dor othy No rm an Center Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... :.1Jyrtle Johnso n Subs.- Gene,·ieve Pirsch, Anita Dahl qu ist JUNTOHS

P itcher. ..... . . ... .. .. . ................ . . . .. . . .. . . .. H azel Nyg ren Catcher..... . .... ..... . . .... . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dorothy Spence First Base .... . . ....... . ..... .. . . ...... ....... . . . . ..... Nettie K ristigan Second Base.... . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ila Phi ll ips Third Base ......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frances Dibble Short Stop ........ . .. . . . .... .... ........ .... ... .... ...... .. Olive Lybeck Right Field ........... . . .. .................. .. ...... . .. . Edna Parocschcl Left Field .... ... ... ......... .................... . .. . . ... . Irene Anderson Center Field .. ..... ....... ........... .... .. . .... .. .... ~Iargaret Bergquist

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Baseball

B

ASEBALL neYer lacks supporters. There were first, second, and third teams from both classes this year . A series of three games was played between the Juniors and Seniors which was interesting not only to the players, but to the large crowd of " rooters" who attended. The Seniors ,,·on the f1rst game played, but lost the next two, giving the championship to the Juniors.

Team Senior First game ... ........ .. .... . . . . . .... ... ...... ..... . 18 Second game .. . .... ... .... .... ....... . ........ _ . .. . 1-l Third game ......... ... ........... ... ...... . ...... .

SENl OR JlASEJl.\LL SORE~'SOX

D .\llLQL IST 1

PrR SCn

49 1

(j

lG 12

TEA~! .\8UOTT

SuS"ot:

Junior

.\"cHt\1\~

lhLLit;

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1

SEXlOR SOCCER \\"RIGHT .\LL.\RD

KENNl-:JJY

GRAt\NIS

-:\f J;."Rl' ltY

~L\CElJON

L\X(; lfEI~I

EKBERG

)lDII~R Ft-~:JEI)

Soccer SENIOR LINE UP

Cen ter. ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . .... . .. Evangeline H ei m R ight forward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . ... Mary Murphy Left forward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........... .. Katherine Kennedv FonYarcl ...... ... .. . .. ... . ........ .. . . . . ............ ......... Anna Frie~l Left Half Back. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... .... Blanche Allard Cen ter H alf Back ...... ........ . .... .. ...................... Alice Grannis Right Half Back ..... . . ........ . .... . ..... . ..... . .... .. .... Lilli an Wright Full Back ............... .................. . . . ...... .... .. ... Teresa Lang Full Back . .. . .. . ........ ............. .. .. ... ... . . . ....... Esther Eckberg Goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . ... ... Rose Maccmon JUNJOR LINE Ul'

Center . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........... ... Dorothy Spence Right Forward ...... . ...... .... . . .......... .. .. ... ....... Katherine Risser L eft Forward . . . . .................... Agnes Starkson Fonrard ........... . . .. . . ..... .. . .. . . .. . .. . . .......... ....... Marie Rice L eft Half Back .. . ..... . ...... . . . . ... .. .... ...... .. .... .. ... Olive Lybeck

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;

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jt,;.>dOR

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RISSER

~II'<ER ST.\K...:sox

EkSTRO:Il KE~~t:o\·

Center Half Back... ... . . . . . . . Right llalf Hack ....... . Full Back ..... Full 13ack .. Coal .. . .. .

~I"'" :\l t·~ l \liON

. . ..... . ....... Loretta i\l cl\I ahon . . . ... ...... i.\1 <trvell e E ckstron . ...... . Alice l\Iattson . . M elba M ann . . l\l cta Warn ecke

Soccer

T

fil S is the first year that soccer has had a place in T eachers College ath-

letics. ll pro,·cd so interesting th at there was no lack of e nthusiasm a nd 'pirit thruoutthc season . Juni or and Senior first and seco nd teams we re ch ose n ea rly in th e fall. T he t eams practiced well in prepara tion fo r the t hree interclass games whirh wen· played in No,·cmbcr. SCORES

First game .. Second gam<. T hird game

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Seniors 0

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ATHLETICS

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ORGANIZATIONS



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MENDELSSOHN CL.UB MrttM ScNDilY . . . . . .... . .. . . . .. .. . . • . ... .. . .... . ... President

:\I r LD RED :\1 ACK LEX JH' RC

. . . . . . . . . . . .

.

.

. . Secretary- Treasurer

HE :\ lend elssoh n Club co nsists of twenty-fou r you ng wome n chosen because of singing ab ili ty. The. club aims to stim ulate the musical life of the school. Tl also purposes to gin special t ra ining in selection and expression of choral music to the members who a re speciali zing in public school music.

T

During t he past two years the M end elsso h n Club has been directed by D ebora h Smith. At Ch ristmas time t his club joined wit h the Drama ti c Club in g ivin g the college a party. In F ebruary, th e Mendelssohn Clu b, together with Lhe l\faso n Mu sic Club , gave a t wo act ope retta, " The Wild R ose." ~Iiss

On May 27, 10:21, t his org<lnization gave a spring concert- its final a nd most elaborate entertainment of the year.

Ot soz..

\ " .\11.

i\l ,. RL .\ :o;O IIERRIC ~

BURG

f R ISCH

S ! ":<DD V

EKB ERG

BEN'Ot-:R

T 'nn: RSTEIN

HRIS BA NF.

Cu \ NUU·: R

S :IIITH ( Director)

Pf:Tf:RSON ~1.\t" ~LENBI RC

SoRE:<So>~

~ Ess

~JtH' EM ON

lli.A:<K

S cH \\' V.I GER

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AurA BERG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presidmt [ REXE FRTSCII. . . . . .. . .. . . . . Secretary- Treasurer

:n: M ason

:\Iusic Club, consisting of fourteen girls who a r c studying public school music, is primarily social in its p urpose. The Club emphasizes th e social side of music. the extra-cu rri cula side, which is essential to a full appreciation of music and Yery neccs:;ary to one who expects t o teach it. Thi s "·ork culminates in the operetta g iYen each year during the winter term . B eside the music work, t eas, luncheons and parties arc an important p art of the club life. During the year of l ()10 1Dll, the .M ason Music Club has made a study of directing, and to this end h as h ad talks an d demonst rations by club members. " The \iVilcl Rose," an operetta, by Rh ys- Ilcr bcrt, was presented in F ebrua ry hy the club, assisted by the l.IJ.endclssoh n C lub.

T

Lti~D.\JIL

RIELAND

RRI~flAS'R

Cu.\NDLER

ll r. "llL R

llt.RR IC K

FR!SC ll THH~RSTt:J!\

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KER:\!"F.S AVERILL

UuRG

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QUARTETTE First Soprano ,)"o prano RosE M .\CEMOX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . .. First .flto ~Iu .D .\ Su:-.:nnY .............. . . . .. . . . . . .... ... .... Seco11d Alto

i\T.M.-\

BERG . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . .

FLon E:-ICI·: H ER RI C K .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Second

E of the first matters to which attention is gi,·en, is the selection of a girls' quartette. Thi s quartette is chosen from the members of the Mendelsso hn Club. This winter the quartette has figured not only in most of the programs of the school, but also in meetings of the D. A. R. and in other public function s.

0

II LRR!C h

~U"DS\

PETERSO!\

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Hw..\.\I~R

MAXWt:LL STRA'\"U

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!'F.BO

.:\1 \~l.t;;Y LE.H"IIT

TAW:\EY CASSIDY

J\fcn 's O c tette W I LLIAM } L \ NLEY, JoE CASSIDY . . . . . . • . . . . .. . . . . . . . First Tenor RI C IL\R D M AXWELL , CLAI R B RAMJo:J: . . . . . . . . . . . . • .. . Second

Tenor

j EAN T A WNEY, R uDY SEuo .................. . ...... First Bass j OSEPH LEICHT, ARTITUR ST IL\1\D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Second

Bass

" T ryouts" were held al t he beginning of the school year and persons sho\\'ing special \'Ocal ability n·erc chosen to make up the ~l en's Octellc. T his group sang at the D eclamatory Con test \\'hich look place al the Winona Slate or mal School. I t has also taken part in special programs at chapel. T he l\I cn's Ocleltc furnished music at the Mid-year and June graduation exercises.

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STR \ND ~IA<'E:>.IO:\

BRUIER

GREL~

II ELCH

Ru:.;u

~I .\xwt-:I~L

DOT\:

JIALESTRO}l

BROW\

S:uoTH ( Director)

KERXF.s

~CIIIJT7.

SuA \In \UG11

l.o:onoo.D

llooT.uA"

R~Sli

T h e Orc hestra R uTH RusH ............... . . . . . A R THUR STRA:\1). . . . . . . . . . . ~Lu~u:

T

ti Ro\\·:-.- . . . . . . .. .

....... President . . . . Treasurer . ... Librarian

H E orchestra, composed oi faculty members and students. is an organization formed to cle,·clop the musical talent of the school.

This yea r t he orchestra furnished "pep" at t he football games a nd p layed fo r nea rl y all the chapel programs. associations and contests. .\lso the orchestra has been called on ior assistance at nearly all the social aHair:; of the year.

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HOME ECONOMICS BESS! E

C' G LL\1

President Vice Prcsidcut

...........

En: LYN Qui GLEY . . . . .

:\lET,\ \\"AR XECKE

. . . . . ·,-~· ccrc /ary

Ei\lELJ N E l\L\ 1\1\ . . . . . . . . .

l rca surer

TThe Club meets t\Yice a month , one meeting being purely business, the other H I~

pur pose of the H o me Economics Club is l\\'o-fold-educat.ional and

SOCial.

~ocia l. Thru the kindness of Mrs. Dillon th e members h an had the priYilcgc of holding se,·eral of their social meetings at 'orth L odge. Some of the member:; in their desire to promote the socia l life of th e coll ege, \\'ent out on the fi eld dur ing the Shattuck game and sold " hot-dog" sa ndw iches to the roote rs. A Christm a~ sale of boutonnieres and linen ha ndk erchiefs prO\'ed a great success a nd s\\·ell ed th e funds in the t reasury. Tt was ob\'ious from the exhibition of th e excell ent handi\\·ork of t h e Juni ors that the primary purpose of th e club had not failed. On April lG, a d a ncing party \\'aS giYen to th e entire college. A special fea ture of this party \\'as a trip around t he \\'Oriel . sou\'enirs of th e \'ariou s countries Yisited being presented t o the guests.

F1~1URJ

n.\RLO\\

ETXIER

K cszit:LsKA STR.\!\'1)

\YAR~F.C io.;E

) CHI'<SOX

SoRt:.~ so:-.;

UCLl ),1

) OII~ S()~ ll £Cl.l \'\ QtiGLL.\

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Coni.L

TuwxsE~D

L£ 180LU

Dorv

~ l ACEliON

\ 'Ax

Pt.ri:.K SO\ D.:us~;N

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KINDERC!\f\.TEN N"A?\ B OYLE . . . . . . . . . . ... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Presidm t l\h LDRED l\L\CKLENB U RG . . ........ . .... .. . !"ice President L ORJ·:N,\ AD.\:II S . . . . . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . . . S econd I' ice Presidwt AuoJ~ E Y LLOYD .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... . .... . ·,~ ecretary l\1.\RJ OC\' NESS ......... ......... . . . . ... . ...... 1reasurer

KE obj ect. of the Kindergarten Club is the furthering of the social life a nd O general 1\"elfare of the department. Another equally important a i m is th e mainta ining of the ideal s and standard s of the college. D uring the past. year the club has gi,·en a rece ption to ~Ii ss P a tty S mith Hill of Columbia university . entertained the members at a " kid" party, held a "Christmas Sing," and t ake n orde rs for art icles in the Chri stmas NoYelty Gift llook , giYen a Yale ntin e COtillion dance for. the entire COllege, been the g ues tS of iiiiss Sutherland and Miss Schwable and 1 eld an apron sale. Since its organi zation the Kindergarten Club has st a rted a L oan F u nd d esigned to assis t students of sp ecia l abilit y and high charact er who \rill elec t th e Kindergarten Course.

First Ro·w- L .\ uc ..: :-:. L.\ Lt\li F.RJ::. !-it:!\08\", lh:R L t ~ . \r ER h. \J .\:S, \ _\IL, B .\KT EI.. Bt..\' L, O'Co\~ER. ll ct-:LsK.uH•,

Kt-:x:-o.\ , II

Suo11d

\L L

Jt'au.o-L.\ ~SO::'Ii, ;\I.\Y J;R

Ro \\

Tltird J<ow--Scuw.\JH.. E

1-~.

II. Jt:R t:czt-:K.

( in ~t ru cto r),

Low~-.:, ll .\\:GEN.

N' t-:ss, . \ OAlJS,

ll.\ LSTR<nr, K J<::;Lt: R, L t.: \"\', FoRTL, \\·oou.:v, F Rt-; r eRr,

SUTII E KI~.\ N" I) (in ~Lr uctor ),

HovL£, I.J.OYIJ, .\1

\ C'KL£1\;UI~RG, Ft su

( inslruclor). \I'IL KI'ISOK

Fourth Row--L Et:, \1 LKDWJLI~R,

STt:t-; L .\'VD, .i::LJ>RED, K. .\t.;P il t;S\1.\~,

.\ ~DERS()!\'

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Fir st Rou•-TutsE.. Lt::E.

PIRSCH .

E.

\\'tXTER .

I.

\\'1.!\TER , GARY,

SORE:s-so:-.:, FRI SCH, BEXDER, Scawt:IGER, QuH;LE\'

Kt::~NEDY. L Et;

Scco ~td Ro w-- F ORTE,

)L C.\SSII>\'.

A. C bSlDY.

TR .\ WICK\', Tun;RSTElN,

ScoFIELD, Fox. F ITZPATRIC K Third Row- GRAINER. 0.\JLY , H Em. G. :\1\Yf:K, :\ l t'RPI!Y, B .\RLO W, Fourth Row-ScoTT. H ElM, GLIDER. )lA:\"N

RisSER,

Pozzi NI,

Y. ~lA \'ER,

GAINt:s,

\'\>; DF.t: SEX. ~Ic :\f.\HOX, ~I chERht;Y

C ath oli c Students' C lub . . President Vice President D OROTH Y B .\ RLO \\' . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . • •. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary 1 L \RI E \\ 7ATTJ,;Rs .. . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . Treasurer ~ I ARY ~I UR PU Y . . ..

G EN !W TE VE ,\1..\.YER . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . • ..

H E Cath olic Students' Cluh was organized fo r t he p urpose of bringing t he Catholic g irls of t he coll ege together. Th e 1i rsl social eve n t was a "gel-acquain ted" p arty given by t he Senio rs t o the j uni ors. A t H allowe'en a da ncing party was giH n. L a ter t he club wa~:; enterta ined by the St. Rose of Li ma Gtlild , and in th e sp ring th e Cl ub enterta ined th e Guild. Two ot her dancing par ti es were given beside the many Fri day evening pa rties.

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Fir~t Row--O'('oNNOR, JonNsos. :"Jo lU1AN. XELSO~. K ESLER. IIER\1 .\SN, II. Ot.soN. ).{ILLER. PJ::TEKso:-..•, L uNutau:N EDDY , L OWE .)·uortd Row-C.\R~r.v, EJ... nr.Rc, PoTTHOff. BtLtE, .\XDERSO:o.-. II ERRIC..:., HLYE. llt-:RCQliST, G. K•~:\~u. ~C II EJU

F ox,

Cw:oNKniTt..

Third Row--OTTESON, i\1. ]OIIx<so:;;, Bust:s. Towsst:No . .Mc l Nt-:RNEY. L H:\'DAnL. L L\'Y, Gti.LII·;s. 'lt:Kin:RG Pour/" Row-- l\1 ;\ SI.EY. fl t~GMAN. X~::n:·. \\' n . ..::~::xso~. K . KEX'\ ;\, JI OL:.u ..:s

Twin Citv C lub GEXE\' IE\'E KEXNA'

A LIC E P ETERSON RUTH L B'ND.\IIL . . ' ..

.... . President .. Vice President Secretary- Tr eas urer

' FEBRUARY the T\\·in Ci t y C lub \\'as re-organ ized in order that the girls from S t. P a ul a nd l\Iinneapolis might enjoy some good tim es togeth er. Thi s clu b has been in existence for so short a time th at its worth has hardly been reali zed. H o"·e,·er. after seYeral social meetings, pic nics on the bluff, and hik es around Winona, th e girls of the Twin City Club fee! that th ey ha ve become better acquain ted, and that the organization is really a worth-while one .

I

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COUNTRY LIFE

CLUB

. President . .. Vice President . Secretary- Treasurer

KrzA LESLIE ..

R uTH R usn ......... . E STHER GrLRER TSO N .

T

HE Country Life Clu b is cornposed of all stud en ts electing t h e Rural Course. It aims to prepare its members to soh·e the ru ral probl em s which they meet in their work. A secondary pu rpose of t.he club is to fu rnish t he rural st.udent.s a ch a nce to become acquain t ed with each other. :M ee tings a rc held every two weeks. A p rogram is a! ways given a t each meeting. Many excellent features h a.ve been presented this y ear. On February 19 , the club entertained the people of th e associated schools at a Carnival. There were booths where curiosities were sh own, and oth ers wh ere ca ndy and popcorn we re sol d . A p rogram was given, whi ch was follovved by socia l dancin g. All d eclared tha t the Carnival was a decided su ccess.

First Ro·w-- ScHUTZ, F ORD. } OACHL\1 , EDG I:U.~~. 0.:-;sTAD , FLATIN, TRI T E s (i n str u cto r ), W m E RG, PRJ<:l) ,\IO R£ , STA RK SON F ROS T ,

M QI~:;\1' .

Seco nd Ro w------ PoTTIIOF F . GlLBF. WI'SO::\',

Third Row--S.

13UCII S P ET E RSON,

u ~\MEROW,

DALY ,

lh:NNI<;SS I·: Y,

SVI.Ll N G,

o · ~EILL .

1\! ATSON,

G U ID ER ,

L EG VOLI), Ru su

O 'NrEL

~~leLVIHILL, B ARTSCH ( instructor), l3 r.A;.;rK ,

M.

:MuLVI H ILL. PHO E:SC Hin~, ELLIS, f-I F.IM,

RooT,

SMITll

Fo w th Row--TH EIN, QmNl-:TT , L YBRACI~R, FARNSWORTH , ANDERSO:\~, CHR ISTOPHER SO N, GR OV E R

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Y.WGA. 0 I'J'ICERS

DoRIS CRONKI!lTE. R uT H L U);DAHL . . . . . .

. . President

I' ire Prfsident

GLADYS 0TTESE:-\ ETHEL A SCOTT

CAlliNET LILLI A:<: B ERGM,\l\:-1. . . . . . . . Soria/ ~~ ILOREO :r.IACKLENilCRG .. . Sor ial Service DoROTHY liER \tM\1-:. ...... Finance R UTII L t:i':D \IlL. .11 cmbcrshi p "'ETTA GILLIES . • . . . . • • • . . . . ... Poster

J

~I

lh:.RG.Mt\~1\ GILLn:s

.. Secretarv Treasurer

PE ARL ET NIER. . ... Program H ELEN KorusT.\. . . . Res/ Room F .\1-::\IE .\nnoTT .... . Bible Study Lt"CILLE CH,\:\DLER . . . . . . . . . . .

. ....... C ndcrgrad ualc Rc prrscn/ulivc

AscoTT llt:R\1 \N~ CnA~DLER CRO~KHITt-; :\(ACKLE~BLRG L UNlJ.\HL ETNU~R KoRJST.\

OTTESON

AnnoTT

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] u:-. JOR lil(:H S('llOOL ('L ull-GROUP 1 F'ir.d Row- ·ALL.\RU. :\lmER, DrnoL~::, \\'t; U ' II , BR O\'t'\ , PozZir\1

LORJo:Nz, ZJJ;:lt ER. L t;NDE,

Seco nd Rou•

lh:~ot:R.

Third

K.t:NNJ·:ov. ScoFI ELD, LL:,nGRt-:!'1:',

KREGLR.

BR.\MER ,

Row- ~IA~ L EY. R.\SllUS!;.t:~. Tow'-:'::-t-:so. j \CKSON, Sn~.\~1) ,

Vct..u~t. FINHART,

GtoJo:R tJ\\' ~I \ ('1:', \101'\

DoTY, C1\SSW\", C t\RR, McKt:owN

Junior High Sc hool Club I'llAR"L BROWN . . . . . . .. . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President LoRETL\ .:.Ici\Lmox........... . . ........... Vice President VIOLA ScoFIELD ..... .................... . ... ...... S ecretary .:.L\RY .:.lt.: RPHY ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Treasurer

T

H E Juni or High School Club was started by those interested in junior high school work. Thru this organization they hope to become better acquainted with the problems o[ this dep a rtm ent. Meeti ngs arc held twice a month in th e gy mnasium o[ the Model School. .\lr. Low ry. now President of the Indianapolis City Normal School, and lVIr. Irons, Superintendent of t he Winon a sc hools, h aYc gi\·cn so me interes ting and helpful talk s at th ese m eet ings. I\liss Cilclemeister , Miss :\1cCutcheon , and Miss Montgomery who a rc al so interes ted in th e work have further assisted in carry ing out t h e educa tional purpose of th e club. A picnic was held in th e fall. The mem bers ha\·c Lhoroly enjoyed the social hour which has been held a fter the business meetings. A musical r eview, directed by Miss Coc, was a dis tinctiYc parl of the prog ram at the spring banquet which marked the close of the club's acli\·itics.

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J UXIOR HlGH SC H OOL CLUB

CROUP JI

Finlf Not..·· - E ll.ISU:\, Llfl'Lt.:.. jJ-:LLE. \\'RIGHT. So\·_\ SLNLl~. CLUS:"\J::R. St'H.\t::I'I>:R, ] O H SSOl\, \\'ERNER Suond Rou• E. \\l ~lTR. l..\~G. RL:-..:~s. G. 0Lsox. D .\\'ls (inslructor), (;K.\SNI S, ) l t.:RPII\', D OT''i

Third Ro'i...·

D.\ HLQLIST, ~lc:\ 1 .\HO~, :\f.\xx, EKBI-:RG. HE~DRI<: KSO:\ , ll oRCHAROT, B ATTERDERR\'

The Junior High School

T

ilE movement for a n ed ucational reorganization whic h has resulted in the es tablishm ent of junior hig h schoob, was introd uced and developed by edu cational theorists who believed t ha.t the children in the United States were d elayed too long before their entrance into secondary edu cati on. The ed ucational lead ers realized '' th e high rate of pu pil mortality" whi ch begin s at th e close of t he sixth year and con tinu es to the first or second year of h igh school ; and in their efTorb to check this high rate t hey discovered th e great difTere nce in capacities, needs and interests of chil dren in the adolescent age. A co nsideration of this variatio n of children 's interests and capacities ca used the administrators to point out the im possibility of adequately meeting the needs of the child in t he conventional school of that day . .\ number of purposes ha,·e been set forth by the advocates of this ne"· movement. The three major purposes are: first, to make possible an earlier beginni ng of secondary education; second, to furnish vocatio nal training for those who \\'ill soo n enter some occupation; and third, to co ncern itself with tend encies, inte rests and capacities of pupils and to start each upon studi es which will enable him to be a social asset to the co mmunity in later life. The junior high school had its actLml beginning in California with t he reorganization of sch ools in Berkeley by Bunker in 1non, and in Los Angeles by Frances in 1() I 0. Si nee that time the n u mbcr o[ junior h ig h schools thruou t th e country has steadily increased . Since t he " Great \V a r" th e movem ent seems to have been extending c,·en mo re rapidly over the country a nd has b een especially acceptable in the larger ci ties. H a rdly a n ed ucational col1\·ention meets whi ch docs not g i vc the disc ussion of the j unior high school a place on its prog ram. Educa tional magazines are vitally interested in the cle,·elopment of the new school. Colleges and universities are no\\' a lTering special preparatory courses for the teacher who is interested in and concerned with the gro\\'th and perfection of th e junior high schools .

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First

Ro"W-" II E~URICKSOX. E KBERG. li EI\t, ) 1.\iSON. R \MSJo~\· , Ba \\IER, GROTH, l>tBBLt-;, DO.\N£. FosNJ::SS.

M1:-o1.w.

,\ L L .\RD

Suond

Row-STARKSON. FRIED, D oTY, SAIN~IllRY,

j.

Third Row--1)E LLOWSKI, .\' ESS, Lv~cu, G ERI::C'Kt. ScN o nv,

Fourth

fi r;~·z. STRA~o. Jl rRSCH,

('.\SStov, K.REGt:R.

UGI.U\1,

ETNtLR

DAH LQt.:I~T

So',,

OLSON. ~1.\XWEt.L

Row---GoooSELL, J o n:-JSON, ~~ ~\ CEMON. L UNDA H l., C'tE.\R\", BORCH\RDT,

Dovu:..-\ BDOT'r

Th e " W" C 1u b

T

H E " \V " CL u B, as the na me s ugges ts, is com posed of t h ose who h a ,·e wo n letters in athl e tics. It is, t h erefo re, a n ho norary society in whi ch eac h member mu st be an athlete o f so me a b ility in order to gai n admission. The cl ub is a new one, a nd has n ot fall e n in to full stride, b ut is making prog ress. It will fos t er a nd promo te a thle ti cs in t he school. A par t of i ts wor k consist s in keep ing up the athletic traditio ns of t h e sc hool b y h a nging p ict u res of o u r bes t t ea ms in Yarious p arts of t he school buildings, a nd by t a king ch a rge of t he school trophies.

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The Press Club Ptesident President l\L\l3El. BROW N' .. . ... . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretaty ARTHU R STRAXD . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . Treasurer HAT the members of the Press Club haYe made th ei r purposes a part of the con stitution, seems indicati,·e of the earnestn ess with "·hich they have put themseh·es into their work. They ha,·e organ ized to crea te and maintain an interest in, and a knowledge of subjects rel a ted to journalism. Th ey own a nd operate the Pow- \Vow, the staff of which is composed of me mber s of the Press Club. That orga nization elects the editor a nd the business manager who in turn select the rest of the staff. The club has felt the need of social activities and has not neglected to name them as a part of its co nstitutional purposes. Bi-mon thl y meetings h a ,·e been held o n Thursday eve nings . Amo ng the interesting fea lures of these meetings ha Ye been: a talk by l\1 r. L ow of the Leich t Press, a demonstration of n ewspaper work by ~ l r. Sandt in the Training School printing office, readings in journalism by members of the club, a debate by ~1r. Randall and ~Ir. H oward under the direction of Mr. Stalcup. On cne occasion :\Iiss S mith gaYe seYe ral excellent musical numbers. At another m eeting the 1\lessrs. T awney, H untley, ..\Ianl ey, and La rson e ntertained with Yocal selections. One feature wh ic h pro,·ed a success \\'as a "doughnuts and coffee" lunch sen·ecl at the close of one meeting. Th e Press Club is a n ew organization of this year but has taken a prominent place in coll ege acli v i Lies. Its greatest co ntribu lion has been a school paper which has made th e st ud ents feel a keener inte rest in sc hool life. VIVL\:'\ B ,\ITE . KATIIERI);E KI·:XNEO\'

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H E POW-WOW , no\\" in t h e seco nd yea r of its exist ence, "as found ed by th e class of 192 \. I t is publ ished weekly as a sep a ra t e s heet of t he Winona Leader. As this newspaper has a large circulation in So utheastern Minnesota and t he neighboring counties in I owa and Wiscon sin , th e Po\1"-WO\\" reach es a great many people a nd is prov in g an effective recr uiting agent. The Pow-Wow is also a connecting lin k for a lu mni a nd college. No t only is the Po w- Wow an official news org a n of the college, publishing a nnouncements for students and facu lty, and ach路ertising coll ege activities, but it is al so a m eans of securing first-hand information in journalism a nd practical experi ence in ne\\"sp a per editing. As a ll th e details of m a nage men t ar e in th e h ands of t he exec u tive officers and staff , the Pow- Wo\\路 is one of the most represe nta ti,路e school organ izati ons.

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ilE Dramatic Club is made up of forty members selected from the student body because of demonstrated dramatic abil ity. The members are chosen from those who "try out" in the fall and spring contests. The purpose of the Dramatic Club is to further develop this dramatic a bili ty and to train the members in the productio n of plays. The firs t work of the club this year was the production of tw o plays," 'Opo'- :\I e-Thumb" and " l\Ii ss Ci,·ilization." Th ese were presented at Thanksgiving time. They ha ve since been given al th e Gilmore Valley School and a t La Crescent. Al Ch ristmas l ime the Club gave a Christmas party with the l\Iendelssohn Club. A play was presented whi ch \Yas en titl ed, " Wh y the Chimes Rang." T \YO programs, consisting of short dramas and readings, wer e given during the chapel hour.

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N THIS play, written by Richard Harding D aYis, for Ethel Barrymore. the action takes place in the country home of J ames K. Gardnc ·, th e p resident of the L. I. a nd W. railroad. M iss Alice Gardn~r and her inval id mo t her arc a·one in the house. When .Yi iss Gardner hears burglars t ry"ng to enter, sh e telephones to an agent at Bedford J unction. a station on her father's road , and orders him to send a \Hecking crew to capture the burglars. She promises him that the burglars will be in he house \\·hen he arriYes. When the bu rglars, " Gentleman Joe" Hatch, "Reddy the K"d" and ·'Grand Stand" H arry, enter, they immediately search the dining room and sleeping rooms and take all the val uab les they find. When H atch orders tbem to leaYe, "Reddy", who is i heir guide, without whom they cannot tra,·cl, refu ses to go till he has had something to cat. After nearly choking himself on benzine, which he mistakes for whiskey, he find3 pie and wine and is enjoying them when i\Iiss Gardner appears to warn them to keep quiet, in order not to wake her mother. With tact and charm and food she entertains the bu rglars until the a rriYal of the train cre\Y \vho arrest them.

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This dorm itory has a "combination" room in \vhich there is a phonograph but no records. ' All the dormitories haYc bells tha t. put the girls to sleep at. night and wake them in the morning. E ach has a g reat many rules lobe broken and numerous girls to break them. The girls who li ve at the dormitory a re usually a mong the best students i n the College because they study so much during "study hours."

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from clown stairs. In masticated tones, she reads her completed plan. Topic: What to do when it rains. Teacher's a im: Teach the children to use their brains. Pupil's aim: Avoiclall mental strains. Procedure : As the teacher enters the room, she will put on a dark, cloudy expression and will roar like distant thunder. The whole class must then sigh and moan like a west wind. Let one child push the electric switch , turning the lights on and off. Beginnin g, one at a tin,e, haYe the children simu late rain on a tin roof, by tapping gently on the desks, with their finger tips. At the first sound of rain the teacher will hurriedly don a slicker, goloshes and a sou' wester. Seizing an umbrella, she will rapidly raise it, and stand beneath it. One of the pupils will then go to the pool for a bucket of water. Let him pour this gently on the umbrella. The teacher must wear a \\路et, bedraggled expression, until the water stop s pouring, when she 路will trickle out of the room. " H ere the Stewing Student remo,路es lhe gum, puts it under the table for future reference, places the plan under her pillow, then leans against the d resser and sings in " Yucatan" tones. " I hope 1 neYer haYe to teach , I 'd rather far be married, I'd rather boss a man around Than by a school be harried. A mother-in-law is pretty soft, When you've had a supervisor; They tell us every thing th ey know And yet \Ye're none the wiser. "From Greenland's ice cream fountain s To India's chocolate bar, There's nothing quite so distant As supervisors are." Here the curtain begins to descend slowly and she begins to stew . Oh, what can I do to please her? I'm losing my piece of mind. Tho I s tew and chew, In whatever I do Some fault she seems lo f1nd. I've looked al maps till I'm cuckoo Y el she follows me abou L And you can bet She'll gel me yet If I don ' t watch out." Curtain

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Doesn' t malle r to me." Supercilious Supen·isor: ' 'I haYe just the girl you want. ' ' Superfluou s S upe n ·isor: " She reall y has, you know. " Seal'ching Superintendent: " Please ru sh he r our t his way, I soon shall ha,·e Lo go. " Supercilious S upen·isor, singing: "S he as ks th e f1nesl qu es tions, :\nd neYcr cracks a g rin. The way th e children loYe her I s really jus t a sin. If you could sec her leach, sir, You' d elect he r in a trice. Her face is plain and ,,·holesome, Her manners shy and nice. ' ' Sea rching Superintendent, singing: " Here is a contract , clean and new , Please help he r fill it out. And now I bid y ou l;o th adieu , T must resume my route. " Exit. Supervisors, gazing at each other, sing: " I knew that (you) (I) could do it, But isn ' t it a s hame ? That man will li\'C to rue it And (you) (l ) will get the blame. " SuperYisors fall on each other's necks a nd weep copiously for a few moIH'nts. Then holding hands they come down s tage a nd chan t : " We ahYays find positio ns For CYery teacher here. Altho no s uperintendent Comes back a second yea r, About no single teacher :\ harsh word do \YC hear. Chorus of childre n enter R. a nd falling on knees down stage, facing audience, Supervisors behind th em, sing: " Oh how we p ity t he c hildren Who haYe to learn lessons fo r her. She taught witho ut smiles, \\' e memorized miles . H ul our mind s a rc jus t as they were. " Cu r ta in .

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H E old Winona State Normal School boasted a large number of prominent alumni, so the 1921 "Wenonah" takes this opportunity to present to you, in the name of the new Winona State Teachers College, the following Jist of persons who are proudly claimed as "old grads" by the new college. T he list is not complete, as only the names of those whose present addresses were certain are given: Gay Ferry, 1917- Social Worker, New York City. Lulu Ford, 1917-Kinclergartner, Minneapolis. Vincent Conrad, 1916- Lieutenant U. S. Army, P a na ma. Grace Day, 1899- Professor of Education, University of Wyoming. Harri s Pett, 1913-American Shipping Board, London , England. Anton Fried, 1907- Physician, Newtonville, Mass. Arlington Sandt, 1912- Principal, Red W ing, Minn. James Blake, 1900- Atlorney, Milwaukee. Agnes Burke, 1902-Teacher, Columbia University. Bernice J{oemer, 1917- Kindergartner, Northrup Collegiate School, Minneapolis. Mrs. Ada M . Shaw, 1893- Editor of "A Woman's Farm Journal," SL. Paul. Mrs. Blanche Artz, 1919- Kindergar tner, Rochester, Min n. Karl Holzinger, 1911- Instructor , University of Chicago. Norma Deming, 1903- Principal, Horace Mann School, Minneapolis. Peter Loughrey, 1900- Durham Dpplex Razor Co., Jersey City.

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T the opening of a new school year there are so many new stude nts that it seems impossible for one to beco me acquainted with all of them. Last fa ll t his d ifficulty was g reatly overcome by the "ice-breaker" party which took place on September 10, in the training school gymnasium. A very pleasant evening was spent playing games and doing stunts. Not the least of these was the reception committee, in wh ich each g uest had a share by taking his place at the end of the line and welcoming those who came later than he did. Among th e other entertaining features were a "spelling" contest and a faculty race.

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The first Saturday after the opening of the fall term, the entire school went do11·n the river to La Crosse on the steamer Capitol. This trip is one of the l1nes t outings to be had in this part of the United States, as the scenery on th e Wisconsin and :..Iinnesota banks, is extremely beautiful. I n La Crosse the Winona students visited the L a Crosse No rmal School and other places of interest. An excellent orchest ra was provided on the s teamer and dancing was the most popular pastime.

The School Picnic Tho th e clay was warm and the ascent difficult, the College picnic on Garvin H eights was one of the mos t delightful events of the year. Everybody brought kodaks and lunches. The laller were eaten in the Maxwell and Richards Pavilions, which overlook the city of Winona and the river valley. This p icnic proved Garvin Heights to be one of the most ideal outing spots in the vicin ity of Winona.

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Hall owe'en PartY In October, the College was given a Jlallowe'en party. T he dark, mysterio us tunnel was the main entrance to t he ball room , which was decorated in orange and black. A g reat many persons came in costumes which ranged from t he black velvet of Queen Elizabet h to the brilliant garb of the frivolous gypsy. A prize was given to th e bes t story- tell er. Many H a llowe'en stunts aclclecl much pleas ure to th e eve ning's entertain menL. The Shatt uck football players were the honor guests of th e College at thi s party. I

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Vaudeville The W ome n's Athletic Association ga,·e a most successfu l vau deville entertainment on Saturd ay evening, 1\Iarch 10. The entertainment began when the audience watched son'e of the facul t y take reserved seals in th e " peanut galleries," which "ere stepladders, arid the "box seats," which were const ructed from packing boxes. The program \vas 1rade up of t hese num bers: Faculty Footlights, Simphooney Orchestry, Old Flames, S hepherd's Pipes, Strollin g M ins t rels, Boxing l\<Jatch , C lass of Youn g L a di es, Puss in Boots, fo reign Folk, Three Dperate l\Iaids, Bargains, Banjo Quartellc with Pickaninnies.

Il o me Economics Club Part y C n f pril 16, L02 1, t he kindergar ten rooms and the library gymnasium were t he sce nes of a fest i' e occasion. At this time the hostesses were the girls of the Home Eco no mics D epartment. A noYel part of the evening's entertainment was a t rip around the wo rld. As th e requisites for s uch t rips a re a traveler's guic:e a nd a for tun e. t hese we re h a n dcJ t.o the guests as th ey e n tered t he gy mnasiun, . T he fortun e co nsis ted of a "yen," a "franc," a "shill ing," a "chip ," a "florin ," and a "dollar." Eac h of th ese admi tted th e g uests into a "foreigan cou n t ry." ''here relics, characteristic of that cou n try were show n. l\Iosl popular of a ll was " A1rerica," where delicious icc cream and wafers were purchased for a " dollar." Durin ~ th e entire c,·cn ing, " J apan" ,,·as a faYo rile spot sin ce it was possiLle, from thi s lan d of ch erry Llossoms, to watch the dancers on the main floor of the gymnasium.

Ylay Fete T he May F ete was prese n ted to the Colle6e by t h e Junior Class on May L4, Hl2l. Music by th e orchestra, wh ich ope ned the program, was fol lowed by t h e principal fea tu re of t h e en tertai nwen •, a dancing interpretation of '" Th e D a ncing Princess ." Tn c sto ry, wh ich is divided into four episodes developes the mystery of the secret danci ng p!ace of the princess. The n1usic l,y the :.l endelssohn C lu b a nd quartet; th e deli cately shaded costumes of the dancers; the flowe rs, birds and bullerflies made t he ca mpus a perfect Fairyland .

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The one who t hinks these jokes are poor , Would straightway change his Yiews, Should he compare the ones we print With those we do not use. If he can 't laugh a t jokes he reads, On every si ngle page, Th e least that we will as k of him I s to respect their age.

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" Balcly ''- hc lost the pronoun " I.'' Mr. H arri s he spoke too much in chapel. Miss Hootman-sornebody guessed h er age. Marcellus Voelker- he couldn't lake domestic science. Blanch e Allard- she was too smart to live. Marion Scott- he wore a long skirt one clay. ~r au rice Howard-he was defeated in the p residential campaign. Alice l\Ieany Georgie wou ldn't speak to her. Dorothy Nehring she tipped the scales at ninety. Clyde l\ lorrison he got " A" in teaching. Esther ~lunson-they made her t al k at an average of twenty-fi\'e words a minute. Etta Thorne-she gained one pound last week. Hazel Olson- "Ste\'e" did. Wilder O' Hara- he wanted some fun. Orville Risser- he needed sleep. The rest of the deceased- they had nothing else to do.

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Morris Chair Education Cannot be taken sitting at attentioll

Wh ich part of Minnesota. is mountainous? Ans. The other part. What is meant by an " intelligence q uotien t ?"' Ans. Divide it and find out.

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Why are the Great Lakes the only lakes in the U. S.? Ans. They aren't. H ow many germs are there in a cuspidor? Give answe r to two decimal places. Ans. I don ' t k no\1¡. I never used o ne. H ow do they play tennis in France? Ans. With a racq uet. What is meant by conde nsation and p recipita tion? Ans.

Yes.

Wh o was homelier, Julius Caesar or Shakespeare? Ans.

Both.

H ow do they tell time in Transylvania? Ans. Wi th a clock.

College Work- H a rd Pulling

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Things We Seldom See H arnesses in a garage. Geniuses in W. S. T. C. Study in the assembly room. Lip sticks at facu lty meetings. Mr. Scarborough in a hurry. Contributions in the Pow- Wow box. A school party without ::\Iiss Richards. The social room Yacanl.

A Morey Hall Menu atem epi tosetapo lid! kicleps hramag rdeab dan tertub olechacht aderb dupnidg.

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Famou s P lays With Co ll ege Stars Daddy Long L egs, featuring J ohn Lynch . Going vp, featuring ~label Brown. Head Onr H eels, featuring Edwin Doty and ~Iildred Cooke. Please Get Married- featuring "Kitty" and Ray . Lightnin', featuring Winter Twins. It Pays to Advertise, featuring Christine Bergmann. Smiling Through , featuring ~Iilda Sundby. Blind Youth , featu ring "Tcx" Tawney. The Little Minister, featuring D an Prinzin g. My Irish Rose, featuring Marj orie F ox. A Celebrated Case, featuring Gladys Marlin and B ill. Hurray for the Girls, featuring Cheeky and Sova. The Week End , featuring lllorey Hall Girls. The Kid, featurin g Irene L eu. Pleasure Seekers, featuring E verybody. Very Good Eddy, featuring Helen Eddy.

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The oth er day my girl showed m e a pictu re of a man kissing a girl and down in th e corn er was printed, " Copyrighl. " I don ' t know if I did il rig ht but I tried to.

Jr.- Wha t did h e mean when he said I \\"as mushy?" Sr.- "Probabl y he mea nt soft from consta nt sq ueezing"

She - " I sn ' t t he .Aoor ro ugh?" He "Yes, but yo ur face is mooth. "

Eclipse " Quinell told m e a good story last ni ght'' " Ca n h e tell a good story?" " Yes, he holds his audien ce fro m start t o fini sh." !

THE SPOKEN WORD Tim e-P ast. Tim- " Huh? " Timid- " Uh-huh ,. , Ti m- " vVhoa !" ( Froth )

Tim e-Presenl. Tim- " Hm ?" Timid- " Uh-hm !" Brakes! ! (Wenon ah)

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What a godly bunch these Morey Hall girls are. But what a bout the North Lodge g irls?

If the social rul es were to be made by so me of th e stud en ts. they would read so mething li ke this : l. NeYer mind obscn¡ing study hours.

S tudyin g does n' t get you a ny place.

2. When you are t ired of you r own clothes, bo rrow so me from "th~ girl across the hall. " Don' t worry about how th ey look when you return them- she knows wh ere Scha ffer 's is.

:3. Don ' t bother lo sign up! Nobod y ca res where you a rc or what l ime you return. 4. Be sure you haYe a supply of " J ui cy Fruit" on h a nd so if yo u a nd your friend s r un out of con\¡crsation, yo u will no t be without jaw exercise. 5. If yo u arc too excited to eat Friday nigh t on acco unt of th e d ance, don ' t worry ! There arc plenty of icc crea m pa rlors down tow n. kep t open especiall y for th at purpose. 6. Don't eve r r efu se a car ride after dark.

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Our Senior Section Enwi r DoTY Entered from Midn ight School. King of Fussers. H omebrew Booster. Palm Beach Combers' Club. Lieut. General in Lounge Army. Design e · of Sofa P ill ows. Thesis-"Witat To Do On Friday Night. " Fox Entered fro m Gilmore Valicy High School. Member of H oly Bowlers. T r eas. of " Fi re and Firewater." .:\Iember of Anti-Tobacco L eague. Devotee of " hones." Pres. W. C. T. U. Tltesis- "Ilow To Lead a Dottble Life." ::\fARJORI E

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Entered from Yale. Minn. Mat rim onial Agency. Colonial Chocolate Shop Devotee. Minn. Debating Club. :M ember of H ershey Bar. Sorter Board. Thesis-" H ow To Prepare For a liard Life." ) A NETTA GILLIES

Entered from Junior College, 1908. Sat. Afternoon Sewing Circle. Social Sec. to Dean of .:\1en. Corn & B union Club. Red Locks League. Thesis-" How To Lear11 To Use Paint." R AYJ\IOND SElTZ

Entered fro m Vassar. Soloist in "Anvi l Choru s." Capt. of Finance. T oast M ast er. Pres. of Wind and W cathcr. Supporter of 18th amendment. Thesis- " II ow To Be Popular Ju Spite of Oueself. "

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Our Junior Section Rock-a-bye Ju nior on the t ree- top. As long as you study . the cradle will rock: B ul as soon as you slop the cradle will fall And clown will come Juni or, credits, and all.

Mary, :M ary, quite contrary, How does you r garden g row? Each night I date TiJI \'Cry late Wi th any man I know.

Bow \Vow. Wow W hose dog art thou? E\¡ery Seniors. Wh ose art thou?

A diller, a dollar, A ten o'clock sc holar, What makes you come so soon? H ad a wonderful date And was out very late And slept until twel\'e o'clock noon.

Richie, Richie, Prexy's son, Stole a kiss and away he run. B ut he who runs while he is here -WiJI ha\'C no elates for the rest of the year.

Sing a song of sixpence A pocket full of holes. Once let the money get away, H's awful how it rol s. Ride a cock horse To Ba n bu ry Cross T o sec an old woman Ride on a "¡hite horse. Sh e pa ints both her cheeks And she powders her nose, B ut if you do likewise You'd best p ack your clothes.

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l ,o ngfcll ow ---lmpro \ cd ·•under the spreading chestnut tree," !las anyone seen that pesky bee? " Listen my children and you shall hear,'' \\'hat made the boy fall otT the pier, "On the eighteenth of April '/.Y' lie took one (a,t great glorious dive~ ''Tell me not in mournful number<' That the gong must end my slumbers, For my sleep I just han started . .\nd f om bed can not be parted. '' Bet\\·een the dark and the da) light," If the students you \\'ish to excite, .\lake a pause in the day's occupation i\nd call it th e summer ,·acation.

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' THt. I.AIORLDS GRtATf;ST TALKERS 0 bservations Wh en we talk to H ellen L owe, we, too, wonder "II' hy"!

When it comes to baby talk Eleanor L arson has a ri,·a l Laurie's ·'told."

\\' e ha \ 'C two men in our school " Bricky" is both of them.

If hair were a :,;ign of brains, how wise " T ed" Berlin would be:

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What the "Pow \,Yow" Would Do to the Village Blacksmith unDer t he sppredi ng s mithye tre" The vi i age chestnutts Lanclz ,Thes mitha mighty man is he W ith larg and sine\Yee hand s and th e ,1[u ~ l cz of hisb rawn y arn~" con tinued <:bovc ?

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Dcli\'cr Thou LTs F rom yc long winded lecturer~; From yon fair darn~e l who would borrow our finest raimen t; From ye ''pedagogues" who wou ldst fain spring tests at unlooked for moments; From slips whose pinkish hue doth on our doomed head pronounce an une,cused abse nce; From ou r brethren whose entire knO\\ ledge consisteth of the pronoun " 1 ''; From ou r leade rs in lea r ning who drag us forth to ou r mus t y cla:;srooms when our noble president hast already decreed that that day he "casl asid e for conference" ; From that well known per.;onage, h e of the in(lated head and IJoa~t ing ton e who swell eth forth like unto the J>ro,·erbial bull-frog bul fai leth to burst only because he fear:; th e school could nol po:>sibly exist without his esteemed presence ; From ye quest ioning indiYidual who must ahnys know the deepest "whys" and "whe r efore~" of our heart. From the hi gh -minded student he of the inky fore-finger, the rumpled hair and the tortoise shelled sp ec t acles who is badly infected with "bookwormi lis''; From ye long and tedi ou::. term papers, the \niting of which cloth cast u; into the deepest depth s of agony, dimin'shing both our gray matte· and our s upply of note book paper; From th at group of personages who always haYc a de:;irc to ··sec your note book"; From that conscientious student who \'0\\'Clh she "doesn't know a thing' ' Lut, who, whcnsl call ed upo n , doth rise a n d proceecleth to gi,·e the day's lesson upside do\\'n a nd hin d side forward; From t hose who dc:;ireth "just a few sheet:;" because the s upply room wasn't open; .\nd from such other:-; whom '' e faileth now lo recall:

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C lass Proph ecy 'Tb night in \\ inonn and throu~-=:hout the town T he pcoplt a ll ,Jeep pcat·ef ully 4\ nd out on tin• campu ... of the Tcachl'r~ C'olle~c Th ree ~hadowy tivurc-. I ~ce T he-.e t hree furm ... sus.:s.:c~ l an old ~t ory l'\·e heard ()f fate' \\ )HI the future forete ll.

I dr;:&w clo... r I he:1r one of t hem ~ay IO\\' , but dea r a~ a lJcll: " From yon d l•r lar).{c b uild ing ...ha ll s:r:ul uatc soon .\ very re markable cla!<\s. And In :1

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Eafh mcm hcr j.., d t: ... Um·d t o famous lll'comc. I'll relate what I set.• come to pass ~\ clever phn:nolo~bt '>nc ~irl now is. With ear·rinll' arul hanrlkt•nhit•f rc<l . llcr name'.., F~\nny ~\ bboll , ... he character read ... By fce lin~: the.· bump... nn one"-. head. l ntcrprct i,·c dancing is now beint: tauJ.:"ht I n a ... tutlio ncar Duhlin Bay . ll y Katherine Kennedy and C. ( ;cre<kc, T hey have cl;.l~'-C~ all hour ... of th~ day. ,\ ..,(o\'cnl~ m aid with a clu~tdoth ln hand Cha'c' clirt frum the hoa r ding hou~c chair:-.. \ nd no one wuuld J:Uc~.., "t was the -.arne .\ lmo.~ lh:r...: T ha t u.;.cd tu JlUt cln sufh ~ rea l ai r:... \ charminJ.C nt''' thttirmnn of I he ~ I 1~. \ Take~ \l i~-. ( , jJdt•mt·i~ter'-. old place. It j.., Edna Bloom hut 't i~ \'c ry ,,('!( k no" n •\ J,:ncs Bon.:hard t almost won the mn·. T here stands a 1all figurt•, her arms widely st r··Ldu.·.l. In a large C1cld n£ ripeni ng corn. And H ... he won' t sca rt a ll t he <:rows far away, Et hel ,\..,cott should no t have been hor n . \\ ay up in the air on a td cplwnc pnlc Fixin~-t \\i rt.':o- that the wind hus blown clown. Perch t all Dori' Cronkhit e and ...hort \\' ilma Carr The mu~t h\• lpful g irl-; in th ..• town :\ . ;; peuph.• walk dow n the cnnnlcd ma in ..,trccl or a stag:nant and hack wom!...y tcm n. T h ..·y c.tn tt• in ;t n·-.taurant windnw tlu·.' pa ... ~. Hlanrhe \ llarcl tlnp po.1ncakc:-. -.o hr nwn. C"arn(:y ancl (";tmphell together an.· fnund In a hc~tU t y .... hop all u£ their own . P e~-: shine!\ people\. nai ls, Flurcncc w;l-.ht.•..., th~.:ir h. ir l' hci r hu-.int• ~ ha, n•rtainl) ~rown . \ 10!'-l famou• u£ \\Umen dctl·cth·4.• .. "'U -.Jy J.... pu~-.yfoot \ i\'ian Bahc. Ih·r trainim: was J.:Ottt'n a t olcl ) lon·y llall, \\h en ..,JH.• lra))J)\.'d thn..:.r rouJ.:h bums that she !'-aw \ mons,: the attraction~ Hutclour -.por ts afford Is a new ~t unt ()0 ran..:) s peed skau·s. The S\\ ift lh• rgm;tn ... ister .... thei r talcnls displa) \ t icc r ink~ in all of t he !-.tat cs. ;\- rappcty han~ t·ly click ely d;tck' Gn t he l en t·cnt !'>tore pia no k <·y~. In spite or t hl· ht.•a t a nd tlw d u ... t or the day H or4.'IH. \' Bt•tHit•r ht• r patrons mu ..,t plca<\C. F. T ho rne and Ed. J>oly ,\ ttorncy!'. at Law. H;n·c r ecen t ly hun..: ou t tlw ir ~hi ngk. Thcy'n• not had a rase but 'tis hupcd they \\ill ...oon ~n thdr poc.·kd. with mont·y will jin:dc. In tht,• Pmlunk .\ cultmy. ~CIUa~hhu r;.:,· ilh.·. ~Iaine, There\. a ramuu third haslet hall lC<Iffi.

Eunin· ~ l illl'r, the coach brnuJ.:h t about i t~ ...,uct"ess And dc ... t.' r\'c~ all th \· prai..,t•. it would sc<'m. In th is vt.·ry ... anH' town Th rc~a (;a rry's employed 4\ t un l nadin~ tru nk~ fro m the train, She\ tht• IH.'W ... ta t ion ;t~t~nt J n spi t e o f harc l W()fk In wt.·hdll ... he ha.., mack quite a gain. T ht> two ~l ayn brother... ha,·c new r i,·als now. \ t a dinic c~tahlisht~tl n(·a r by. They art· .\l a r ic· Bu ncs. an d l reva Root. <:real surgeo ns or no~c. th roat. :lnd eye. I n thi-. dink t oo ca n he fou nd :\t a ry Green ' H o' Zt.'imu and Lydia \ \'i r t. T hrn• rompdent nur-.c' thc:-c g:irl" han• lwrome. \\ ith inh·rnt.•, thn· clu ln\'C; to tli r t. I kanor Battuhcrr) ji~-:-. (ur her food, In t ht.· Orphtum ('irruit so wide lf t·r dt.·vcr -.itlt.• kida an d h~ r <-y<:lonic jcrk!'t (•au ·4.·cl ""'llH' fulks In l:utgh till they died. \ di\'ii1J.: rur pearl ~ nn tlw old .Spani'h :\l a in . \\ hut· t oral nds lit· in lh(.• ~un, \ n· ( .ltlu:rint-· Ed·• ..·rt and Eleanor lkrlin , nw.\ han· h·~~ ur J)t.•arl-. than of fun . I n ~o:a r mt•nt... of ~polle,.., imm'lcubt c whitt.·, <"htrt·nn· B\·nz. \\ith a llroum a.ncl tlu-.t J)an, Is dt·anin"' a m1Kh I r;l\:cled ~treel of a t own , 1ft•' tloim: tlw ht.•-.t that ht· c.:an. \t;try Cts-.itl~· nnw i• ~~ worn:111 of wr.dth or !'-t'r va nt-. s.la· h.~s at lt·a!o.l nine . j 4.·an T a \\ no··.., lu.·r hut !tor, Pt.·arl Et n it·r'~ her took . T h\'Y n· rL.dnly J!l.'l alo ng f1nc.•. Swl'l'l ('hriqiua Bilk nn w f rcsroc... the w:\11-. In the homt.•, of tht· \\t:llthicst folk. She sm~a r-. UJl. and .trt.•ak"' up, and -.lop.,. u p the room-. \ o,;, -.he :-;.i,:lh. ' l h'ar mt·' Life i:o: no joke.' \ lahcl Brown and \otn Bn)·lc who rid e hor~cs so steel. \ I ay lw s.t·t.• n in a cin·u-. q uite ..:ay. Tht.•y jump throus.:h t ht• honp a nd the~- balance so tru e , For tht.· m it j.,. nothin~· hu t play I n tla· \\ilds of South \ frica far. far away, Ch.1nl!\ .t ha ld lwatlt·d tont hlt.·-.:-, old pric:,l. '·ri thc fia ml' ' Hrid•.~·· Hr.tmcr\\hovj,mJu.·dallthcJ.tirl-.. 1-'rom tht· mn-.t hand .. nmt.' clown tn tht• le:l.'-l. Winon;t 'f\'0\C'hu-. ('ulll's;!!C ha..; n n it ... ( j .. t or (;,.,;ulty mcmhcr-., t ht• name Of ~ J ar)!arcth· Ui\·lt·nhcrg. c.; ritic in :\rt. \ ruund alltht.' world ... prc.•ad-. her fame. Twu ro!'-y dtct.·ked maidt.·ns arc act in~ a<;, J,::uidc ... O n a p recipituu:-. .\ !pine t rail. \' ou' rc \'Cr y '!'!Urpr i~cd when you ~ud (lenly lear n T hl·y'n• <:en Pir-.th and Dorothy \ail. \ pitkin~ the ,oft , llully whi t e colton holk Stoop-. ta ll . -.un-hurncrl Lillian \\' riJ!hl. In a muc h (r ayed ou t ha t and a tor n Jlingh:un <I n·~~ She cer tainly lnnks like a fright ll lu :-.triou~ lllt'mht.· r:-. or a li£(• ~av i n~ crew O n th e h nt gt•ld t·n :...:tnd:-o o£ Palm Bench , \ n.· ... wt•c t ~i lly ll nlmcs and coy Bea t r ice Sthcid. The men t.l n 't tell whkh b the 'peach.' \ s\\ ih t1yi ng ai r~hlp n(n\ come..; into vic\\ . Tht.• hc ... t one ou r ni.\tiun toln lJUa-..t. Tht• 111lnt i' ~nurl natured .\ lary ~l u rphy W hv·~ l-;Hr)·in~ mail to the coa~t.

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A \\ilcl. ra,·in,: ca,·c·man j... meek .\rthur !'lriuHI Since Ci.lJJturcd anti ~toned till mo... t dc:ul By stronJ.: Rae had R.onlund who hrou~ht him to I imt \\'hen 'he poli,hecl her cluo on hi> head. ,\ lar~:c Orphan< Home ju,t crccte<l of l:lte ll a~ .\l yrtlc )Iiiler at its head. The children cat prune-.. J>Orrid~c. rahhaJ.!c. ~tnd bc:llh, Until LIH'Y a ll wi~h they were dead A liulc (:tl chef in hi~ apron and cap Cook> pastr y th e whole linlon~ chy. 1 C'esl ~lon,icur llan Prin.dng:. te man with J.C pic.'

j u-.t a £ew E n~-:lish wor ds he can !-O:lY In the land where the cherry bloom...; pt.'rfurnl' the ai r, llclen Town... encl b Lakin~-: a ridt In a 'rick-.haw that C'nnstancc fu!!ina pull:-. 'round On a JaJlallC!-~C hi~hway "'o wiclt:. Fair Uorot hy Barlow i:-. earning her keep. Ancl n shilling and tuppence bc~idc. Dy wa<o;hinJ.:: th e blackboard!) in Tc ::chc~ Cullcg'' '\he prays rnr a turn or the tide. l)j~playin,te Dame Fashion":-. mo:-.t rl'cen t tea ~cH\n<e. In )lo\clame Guderian"s shop,

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\\'h o worries J ack llemJ"CY to death. Is fat Nora Kroning who e'en fr\')lll the farst ~ l ake:-. her enemies ~a!'-p for their hreath Rohu~l farmcrcttc:-. arc a.t work ~dl day Jon~-{ .Att em pt in ~ to plow up the soil. Thl~:-.e ~irls who arc working so carc£ull:r arc 1.. Prinzing and ;\larJ.,:uerite Doyle. \t fou r in the mornin~ at t ~i~n o£ clay Come... J) o rot hy IIerman to town. P erched UJl on a muh· c.trt with a whip in her hand ~ht• pccltllc:-- the: milk up and clown. Oul ~athcrin~ cut-worm~ from young: cahhaa.:l' J)lants In (~cnevic\'c K enna'.., S!'recn hou~c

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Rnch wearing a ;.:enr,::cttc·crepe hlnu,c. There\. n wee. little. Uellowing, bot\\ ling old m;~n Callin~ trains in a far di ...tant town. 'Chuckie' Randall it i'. with hi~ lemon in hollltl .\nd ht0 s gulping the ~our juice down The ' Tw o-in-One' boot·black :..hop m;.lke~ nld shoe~ Ill'\\ • Its O\vncr s :ooo a~ile and ~p ry Arc quick (.;ladys Otte:-,,m and ) l innil' \\ ck h , llow hoth uf their hruo;,hc~ do Hy' J n frnnl of a safe in a jeweler's store Ralph J ackson b down on his knee... li e'~ boring a hole in which to po ur t he ·~oup.' ll e'll ~non hnve the jeweler':; fees \\ ith ~cve rnl instruments under thl'ir i...rnts. )I y r tle ('hrbtinn:-.en a ncl F:l\'a Ooolllc Tramp down dusty roach.. Old umhrl'lhs lhc,y mend. Quite tired of their wor k they have ,~o:rO\\ n Glennie 01:--on makes ~i'C of her musical ~kill In a c;cconfl hand pi~\no -.tore.

.\ lmuit every day ... he tunes ten in ... truml'nts .\ncl !'>Oillt' cl.ay ... ~he tunes l'\'Cn mort-. Fa-..t l>urothy 'orman and .\It a Pillins,: ~ till play un the Gink bo~:-.l'h:tll nine Bahc Kuth o£ten say" whc~ ht• ... C'e~ them perform ' J wbh I pbycd one hd£ as fine.' ()uite proud of her nice. new . hluc. bra~~ buttoner! lUal \ncl ht•r inlpurt:tnt j ob a:-. bell hop 1~ Pc:$:~Y Sainsbury who clet crminl'd was ll l•r athll•tic~ never to stop. Since women ha,·c fin'lly cumt into their own Tht.• ll<'\ l thing tlwy'll do you can't t ell. Stron~ Coralat· Schis:-.cl and \\'il rn:t F inha rt ~uw tire for Lht· ' ~I. ancl St. L. ' \ "i twili,tdal crt·~ps down u n the sac red (:an~cs ( 'ornt tlu: mu!'oical chime:-. of a bell.

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!'ht• rolls tlwm :HnurHI al each poor clcph.utt \\'hu clrup::- both hi~ tu"ik~ a nd then cl il'"'· I mportant hlanchc ~Jy ... tcr and H elen h..rachc \rc: nm\ trallic.: ·rop.... · in their t0\\11. 'rhl·y hlow tla'ir loucl n·hh.tlc:-. and \\;t \'C their lonJ.,t a rm ... I· or tlrin·r... h> r~lc.:c or ... low down. From mnrnin~ tilt nir.:ht by a bli~t'rin~ hut £orJ,::C \\i t h lwr ... l'.,.hol· and hammer in hand (,~ur~iana {JI.;on j, lcarnins: her t r ade, She -.o (;ar ha~ flonc nau~ht but !'-land. Ro'l' (;ay' i!'l the narnt of a rare. ~wcct perfume That'.., madt• hy f:l.r~famcd Eo;,thcr Lin~. Frum ~1i·~ L aura Tarrr:s .;he l>uys her ro~e leave... \nd makt.•s l'.,~('llCC fit fo r a kin,::. .\ jolly £a t ln:tfhcr wi th ~harp knHc in hand , ... ,\icin~ nfT piece:-. or meat. Ill•\ clt.·an ~ l au rict· llowarrl who~c btr,l{c bu t che r JShup Is al\\ays quite plc:a~:tn l :1nd neat. F rom fllt)rning till nh:!;ht in a milliner's ~hop lh·modelin~ hats from 'Par cc' \rc ... killt·cl Pauline \\ cr~hofcn and :\1 a ric Rit:c , Thl'Y n· C'<Jlt'rts you all wi ll a,:: rec. P t-till' ~la rk \\ alter~ with notebook ancl pen I... writin).:' up the sportin,:: new..;.. She'~ a dcver reporter £or tbe Gook Gazette ~\nd dM'C~ ~lway pc,,plc'~ blue:,.

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Ro-.r l rgt•n .... ~l ac \ l urra)'. otntl rlorothy Spence \ n.• l:thdinJ.: pint•;.qtplc can ... I n a Florida fa(;lory. They wnrk :--'l fa~t That they "oon can afford bi~ ·~cdans.'

High u p on a hill in a lillie los: hut ln the midst of a lluurishing town E\·a R a:-;mu .....cn hun~rily pines for a man Be hc yl'llow, rc.:cl. hlack. "hitc, o r brown. Hot h Gt.•ncvicvc ~ l ayt•r and Cora \Verner Fry doughnuts and makt• m any pies. They've purchased the famous old · .\n dcr:oon place.' An cl ~ttule nt s tlock in there like 11ic.... ,\ lillie fat urchin's tu r nc..•tl over the knee Of m "·an Alma j cllt.·. hi~ nur ... e. Thi-; par t nf her routill4..' .. h ..• greatly abhors Bu t likt.•, that whkh fatten" her purse. Swct•t voin·tl l\l iltla Sundhy ha" made a great hit H>· .. ingin~-: Sh•n• R am .. cy' .., ne\\ ..ong... \II pcclplc who lu:ar her at uncc <tJ:rec that I n c;r;tncl Opt•ra !i ht.~ hclnnJ.::-.. In l\.alamott.oo·~ .wolns.::ital park 1-. fnuntl \ ltldrcd \l ou.:klenbur,.: brave. Jh:r perilous wnrk tamin~-: lion" and be a r~ J Ia· madt.' ht•r quill· ~oll•mn ;tncl ~r;n·c J{ entl\\ rwtl \ dclah h:inyon and ;o.rildn.-d j o~.;wiotk \ n• di"-lin~:ui,ht•cl a rrhih·c.:h now. T hq.·'rl' partner~ anti mu~t nf the time t hey aJ:;rt.'c Bul frequently tlu,•y have a row \ wonclufu l rift luI he l'arth ha~ hccn ~ivcn H) )l i~:". Ali<.:t..' ( ;ranni~. ,\ B. Atla...,t t he ion~-: ... ow:ht ' l' nurth D imension' ... he·.., round. O n ih va lue all ~l ath P rofs a~rcc. ,\ I iss l\l unstln. an amateur phot o~r:tJ1hc r Tu rn~ nu l muv ic falms hy the mile, She'~ spoilt•<! ma ny fCl't 'cau-;c s he's clislractcd so By "-rc,.:e r, t he hero':-., hroad "mile. llaH way 't\\ ixl t ht• pt\lt·~ is j anetta Gilli es ,\ ..., b u .... y as husy can he. Sht•\ clrawin~ a permanen t line 'round the earth So all can LIH" (•quator ..<'C \ clmit \\ ava 11\:ndrkk ..on .. cdc:-. a ladder \ tll·mptinJ.: to put uut a fin.• \ ntl ...,houts tn he r hdpt·r \ iula Scof1elcl. lley' lloi't ll f l tho t nltl lacldor hi~hor'' ·n~ :--aid \ lice Petcr .. on likt·~ her wor k well or t: rankin~.: out ~o:rintl or~:\n ai r... !'Ill· amu'e" the chiltl rcn (rum nca r anfl from far. E 'en ~-:rown up~ ..,mln fur~t.'l their l"a rc~ . :\!o.. t t'uillim:: ..cenarios art' wrillen by Ren na \\' crkman .-nd .:\lac Kline. T he ·Tria n~-:k' Company :-.cek ... all t heir work An,l hupc.. they a contrac t will ..it:n. (;olf champion now 4)( t he whole hk round \\O rl d 1, skillful Dolore• Conrad T he :-.wift way in which ~he can cover the J,::rccn I ~ inlll' r itt•d ri~hl £rom hcr · Dad ' Bo t h lft•lt.•n Schihur-,ky and E mel ine Mann Can cll-n:on~t ratt• vani"hinJ..:' cream. Otlc treatment in..,urc~ a soft. velvety skin \nd makes you ll·n year:-. younf,te r seem. H igh up in t he 1mlpit on each Sunday morn T he Rid;t Reverend Hanning doth t>reach. I n a ,:o ,\"O of bl::u:k mohair and colla r of white ~ he slrugs:les her people lo leach. l n a \\('II furni~hcd ~hop on an exclu~i,·e ~treet. })c-.i~nin ~ the mn .. t charmins.: f rock~. 9

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1\'ith hi' forcOJ>s so strons: he will pull ou t that tooth \\ ithout the least b it of remor,c. {'oiiC<:lOr!'\ of :Httiquc~ in WOOd an d in bra:oi!'., In Curnitu rc ~wd bric·:l brae, Arc l l ell·n h. ori ... t a and Jo: .. thc r Free m an; Rich CU!<. lomer:o. they neve r lack . Lila ( 'h rb t ia n has wo n for hc r ..clf great renown ·' ' s;t h•sman or t alcnb <lU itc ra re. ~he's scll i n~ co~mct ic:-. to neg roes down South ,\ nd is hdpinK to make them more fai r . l> t•\·out \l :tbl•l llar r is and Florence Schaefer \ rc ll•:tdtin~-: young lli ndoo ... tn read. \s true mi .... ionarie:-. they conforl t he sick \ ntl many poor native:- they reed. \\ lu~ rc the maJ,:nolias hiHom in the far. sunny Suuth I n ~l j olpam.· ....: ~-tarflen 'U fair, l.. 1ngt·r~ ., an,:elinc ll t'im ncar a mir ror-like pool. ~he', l· nmbin~ her Jun-.: ~olclcn IMir. l' ht• lo,l! cabin quilt EJ,jc l\. lincpie r made \ t the ~talc I· ai r has ju·t \\OO fi r:s t pri£e. \ nd ddt Et hd 1\.nehler has won honor~ too On e\<.:cllcnt hhu·berr,y pic". \ "hY ardent \\OOl'r i:-, \ ernnn l.out:h ran \\ ho pleotcl!<io on his qual in~-:. hl·nl knee::-. For tht.• hand o£ a relcnt lt•..:-. hard hca n cd ;.:irl \\ hn still i:-. unmo\'l•d by his l>leas.

( , rareful l lcllcn l•:arly and Dorothy Li tt le .\ rc part of Llw T c'(as S t a t e F air. T hcy'n• a n obat s da ri n ~. wlw on a trapc1.e Ca n do stunt .. tha t stiffen your ha ir. .\l crt ('ura Otte rness and .\ nn<L F ri ed ('an beat any adding machine I n addi nJ.: "'- · h. c n na's \·a~ t C\pcnflit urcs For •... t...idclin~· c.:hain .. a nd ,&.:a..,olinc. \ ivaduu:oo :\l i:--s Tcnnt•y is !<iolill pert and blithe In .. pill· of h(•r tc-clinu .... task. Sill··!'\ traveling now with \ ·iola (;iJme r St•llin~o: nwdidnl' hy the tb ... k Clpll• \1 orr i .,nn ·~ travell·cl £rum ca .. t cua.. t to \\t':oot \\' ithnut c\·er ll'··in~ a l·cnt. \ ntl many a night in an icc colcl box·ca r O r hay~t.L(l o r barn ha""~ he ~pent. l 11 ;.L vrca ... y j.:ilfi\J,:C by the :-.ide o£ the road l n·nt' l lt,.:nMn ;Lnd T hl·rc... c Lang Sit patiently \\ailins,: while auto:-. whi~ by I n hope .. that an old t irr will 'bang'l \ ..-u . .tom\ olllcial at San Fr;,tnci~co (..., Lillian ~t yrland. :-.cvcrc. \\ hen ~ I i~.. Shirley Gco r~c trie I to ~mu~~lc her peuls She wot., CtUI.dll "'"~he slt.'J)pcd on th e pie r . EOicient and ca pahh· in bookkeeping Js ('ur:tlyn So rcn ... on shn:wd, ll t· r column" ttrt.· ~l r:ti ~-thl and he r col umn~ arc neat \\ 'hcncvu hu lcd~crs n rc viewed. ,\s Forl'i~-:n Ambassador lo It a ly Kl'cn j o:-.cphine Pouini snil~ l lcr pr ivate slcno,&.:raphcr, M y r na Lu ndahl, I n emt·r~encie.. nC\'Cr rail.,. ,\ n apulla•cary i:-- E r m<L Rowkc \\ ho concocts a ~re01t many pill.;, From Dr ~I j ohn,on. The·e pr e>criptions cure ,\ number of .. criou.., ills.

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with her dutic:-; in 'culcmcnt work Evalyn jo-.wiak . ..inccre, She', cn·n induced bu .. y Glady .. Lund~rt'n Tu f1x up her tenements drear Dauntlc.•:-.s :O.Iary ~lcllam and Ruth l>cnni~on l l an~ rcl'cntly come back irom ~tar:-.. Tht.'.} find that the people there :nc civiliJ.cd, \ntl own t \\ cnty qo1indcr cars. \ IIC\1 Srcrdaty of Stale ha' been rouncl \\ hn\ taking llu~hc,' portfolio. 'Tbo Clara j ohnson who has ~uccc:-":<tful been I n rnakin~-: a friend of each foe Unhappy 2\Ji~":-t Doty ha.., lost all her wealth, l n\'CstinJ.: large sums on \\'all Street. She took lhc advice of .\nita Dahlqui:-.t, .\nd now can't her creditors meet. \ ..... i-.ting the \\eat her Bureau to make maps. lla7.cl Frr~uson and joy Lee Record the :--liJ!htest barometrical ch:\n~c.· . 'Ti!«. a great help to ~ailors. at ..ca . l.nothcr new memht!r of the Cabinet b the ~ccrctary of !'chools. Jn dlan.J.dn~ the method"' of old pcda~:n~o:ue-.. E... thcr Bcrl:tnd's matlt• wise men of fonl ... \ tharminJ: French maid b Bcrth:t. J.a Lamil·rl· For an aclrc~ .. in far . sunny Fr~tnct llcr mistrc...~ i .. li:.:ht footed Gladys ~l.utin \\hc)s clcvbed a ~rJceful , new dance. Fon:cful Frances Johnson i!-. f('cturin~: OO\\ On the subject of 'Philip. the Fly.' Pirturcs of her subject arc thrown on the· ..,(:rn·n lly Mi" juli<t ~chwciger so >hy. F rank Lillian ~J illrr will tell you )'t)Ur f:tuh ... A~ she J[a7.t:-, hard at your palm. 'lo matter h\nv very excited you g:ct. She always remains cool and calm lo..<•cn llcln"e ~lc(arthy and ~tildrcd ~latcman \n· auctioneers. very \H.'II known They :-ell ;lll)'thin~o:: from piano.. or farm., Tn hcd~lcouls and rocker:-. that E-:roan, If plenty of peanuts and pop corn you like. j u'l s:-o to the -.tancl on Broadway Its owntr j.., ~1r.... Hancbcll ~')one.··~ found 1~

lin anythin~ hut blithe and ~:ay . rwo very fierce bandit.. in San Sah-aclor \rc Sylvia Lintll-{rcn, ·The llnlcl,' \nd 'lild Frances Dibble. The crime, they <e>mmil \\"ould make your warm blood turn h:c tHJd . Thn.'c jolly mu':"ician~ who play in <t h~\nd \nd make merry mu!>iC for all ,\re babel Stcg:ner, Ethel Ro~~itcr, And \\'i~ Holden who is small

\ quiet. demure little maiden sells late In an cnnrrnou~ tlcpartmcnt store. ll u n:tmc you must know. It is ~tarim~ Sl:oll, Sta•\ tht• hc~t mannered ~irl on the lluor ('ulturcd \'era Davis and Ethel Carlsun Admire all the works of fine art That thcl :--cc in far-di~tant Florcnu: ancl Romt• . From these beauties they hate tu depart .\Jj..;,.., Florence 1\.usztelska your garrlcn will fix, 1h•r price j.., nint!lecn cents an hour She'll t•uiJ out the weeds and cncnura~:c the t.:rowth Of many a beautiful flower. l\\o well -known chiropodbt .. in Iowa , Jn fact thl· be:et that you can meet. ,\rc Lplia \\'clkc anrl .\dele (;dur, 'I ht.•y'n; ca~ed many ~ore. weary feel. ~miling: (ilady ... Peter,on ~:rccb her patron .. .\ ... the}' hrbkly cntl'r her store.• She'.. :t.n'\ious to .. ell all her han~in~-. ancl ruJ.: ... From the Orient >he will ~et mnre."

The fate-. became silent and lot)kcd all arouncl And when they :-aw that nothinJ.!' :-.tirrcd, Thtir three dark forms vanished nnd left mt: alon<· To think of the thing,; 1 had heard. \\'hen year.. will have pa~scd and all thint:~ prophe ... ie rl By the thrt'l' fate~ have ~urcly come true. \ ou'll appreciate the-n the ~real cfT(Ht wc'\'e mad~ To foreca~t thc-.c events for you. .\nd if rou ~hould wish this lon~ epic to .. ing, There j.., a J,::ood tune that will do 'Ti . . •· \n Oldfashioned H ou~c in an Ol ~ tra"'hionc I St reel." \\'c hopt: 'twill gi\'C ple1:-.urc to you.

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To the Students STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE We extend you a cordial invitation to visit the "GRAY SIIOP" We specialize in Women 's Ready-to-Wear, Furnishings and Shoes

,l· N. Weir and Co. 63 Wes t Third Street

Winona, Minnesota

NEW

Say it With Flowers

NEAT

and

H enry €5 Frank's

Let Us Say it for J'o11

DAIRY LUNCIJES Seasonable Flowers always in stock and arranged for any occasion at reasonable pri ces by

56 East Third Street Winona, Minn. a07 ::\lain Street La Crosse, Wis.

WINONA FLORAL CO. Sto re 176 l\Iain St., Opposite P. 0 . \\'est End Greenho uses

CLEAN

UP-TO-DATE

YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST STYLES IN COATS, SUITS, DRESSES AND WAISTS at

THE FASHION The Store that Sells the Bes t for Jus t a Littl e Less.

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Fashions L CE 18Gl, H. CHOATE & COMPANY has to the best of its ability, offered the latest Fashions to the public. You will find here the correct modes in Frocks and Suits, Fashionable Fabrics by the yard, Dress Accessories, Toilet :\fecessities and Furnishings for the Home.

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It has given us great pleasure to serve you this past year and we are deeply grateful 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.

H. Choate & Company

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H. B. KLINE Electrical

Stl

pplies

Add Lo pleasu re and comfort of your sc hool days by ha,路ingan ElcctricCh afi ng Dish in your room. You ca n cu t th e high cost of Ji,路ing by iron i ng your own small pieces with one of our small :~- lh. Electric 1ron'-.

Phone (il-l

110 .\l ain St.

a difference in styles) fabrics and tailoring!

ASK FOR

Hardwick's

Our clothes emphasize style, and their lines arc held through long and hard sen 路ice by hand - tailori ng of sturdy all-wool f~tbrics.

Dairy Products

They are din路ercnt!

They arc Rich , Clean, and Pure. :\lilk . Cream, Buttermilk and our Special XX Cream for Whi pping

68 E. 4th St.

Phone 891

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PALACE OF SWEETS RO~ I

EO SC IT OE:\ BECK. Proprietor

Il E.\ l lQU.\R TE RS FOR

Teach ers Coll ege Stt1dents

Ou r a im is lo gi,·e supe ri or quali ty goo<'s and courteous !ien·ice at all t imes

Pure Cho colates

Refreshing Drin ks Tel phone 1 IO!l-J

!iH W est T hi rd Street

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WHE N PHOTO GRA PH ED A T

The Van V rank en Studio you are assured of the \'Cry latest in fine portraiture. If there \Yere better methods, materials or apparatus, we would be using them. ~ I r. Van Vrankcn has tra,路clcd from New York to San Francisco and from Canada to ~ I ccixo, c,路er on the alert for new ideas, to better photography in his studio and incidentally in this locality.

We ( that includes our employes) arc always anxious to supply the Ycry best in the photographic art to our patrons. Se,路cral thousand dollars arc expended each year to keep our studio among the best in t he United Stales. l\J" onths were spent the pas t year at photographic co lleges, schools and con,路entions for the same purpose. H ow we ll we haYe succeeded, we leave to our customers and friends to judge.

D oes This Mean Anythi?Jg to r ouP Please consider the next time you arc photographed.

Van Vranken Studio Ncar Center on West fourth Street

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Phone 482

Sn; nExrs


Royal Confectionery HIGH GRADE CANDIES AND DELfClO US ICE CREAJ\f SELECTED Ci\LIFORNJ i\ FR u1T S Try Our

~ew

Candies, Chocolate Mousse and Log Cabin .

Fresh Every Da y

THEODORE B. TSATSOS & BROS. .jfl \\'.Third St reet

EDWIN A. BROWN

Telephon e I l i-1

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Nevi us Livery a nd Transfer Co mp a n y

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Call 864 for Taxi Night a nd Day

Prescri ption Druggist

Eastman Koclaks Kodak Supplies Stationery \\' e are glad to cash checks (o r Students Cor.

~lain

Complete motor fun eral equ ipm ent and \\'eddi n ~ cars. .\lso baggage.

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101 '"·Third St. Phone <I I I

A. H . Beyerstedt, M anage 1~

~Ii ss Richard s-" Do you kno\\' \\'hat the wages of sin arc?''

Express your ow11 ideas i11 your clotlzes by hrn•ing them tailored to your own indi·ridua/ measure--- they cost 110 more.

Stuclent-"An E!" " \Vhy do so ma ny \V . S. T . C. girls ha\'e such long faces?" "They are not broad minded.' ' J oe C.- " Got any scars on you? "

TAI I,ORS A:-.ID HABERDASHE RS

Cleary- "No, but you' ll fmd some ciga rettes in my coal pocket. "

Osteo-Tarsal Shoes Endorsed by the NatioJJal Board of P hysical Edurat,·on ofthe Y. M .C.A . 0. 145

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FRAT CLOTHES for

YOUNG MEN Fresh New Fabri cs. Better Sty les. Price d at the new lower lcYcl. made by

II .\RT

SC IL\FF~ER

& MARX

a nd other good makers

ROYAL ARMS

Winona Steam Laundry

Coffee and Tea P aramOIIIIt to

All

GRIESEL BROS.

G2-(i4 E ast Fourth Street WI ONA , :'lll N .

II II OLi;S.\L E lliSTR I BUTORS II I KOI:\ i\,

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Say It ffith Flowers fro;n Siebrecht's SIEBRECHT FLORAL CO., 58 W. T' hird St. Flower~

Telegraphed E,·cryw hen·

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WHY NOT TEACH? What Other \ Tocatio n Offers You FREE T R AI N I NG ASSU RED POSITION I NC REAS I NG SALARY I NTELLECTUAL G R OWTH and G REATE R OPPO RT UN ITY FO R SE RVI CE

Winona State Teachers College Established

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Craduatc~

Offers Courses for TH.\ CHING PO S lTI O~S SUPE R VISION -- GRADES and SPE CIA JJ T R ANSFE R to UN I Vl~: R S lT\. or PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL This Teachers College offers a general a nd vocationa l education at smaller expense to the student than any other hig her institution of learning

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LINDSAY STUDIO .\ .\lodcrn Stud io-With l\1 odcrn Ideas in Photography. A Studio whose business is based upon business principles. v;c usc no coupons, business.

ti cke t ~

or othe r artificial means to promote

Good work and good treatment is ou r policy. \\'c take this opportun'ty of extending to the Students our great appreciation of their patronage and wish tl1em an abundance of succe~s in the business of life.

LINDSAY STUDIO 1 Ui-1 li-> \\" . Fourth St.

Phone 4/1

New Goods---New Prices

Master Service

Suits for .\fen and Young Men ~ 15

. 20 S25

30 ..35

Boys' Knee Pants Suits .8 . 10 ... 12

THAT I S WH.\ T YOU GET when you bring your garments to us. \\'e have everything possible in the way of equipment, and knowledge, and employees, and we are jealous of the good reputation we ha\'e a lready established.

Some with two pair pants. \\ l' carry a complete line of odd trous cr,, raincoab. and furnishings of all kinds for :\ len and Boys.

NE W YORK CLOTHING STORE (i\

\\' .Fourth St.

\\'inona,

~linn.

Wm. R a dem ac h er Prescription Druggist

1\f aster Cleaners and Dyers

Phone 23

Phone 1492-J

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Second St.

70 East Fourth Street

Wi nona

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HOTEL WINONA F. \\' . 11.\RDY,

~lanager

M ake This Store rour Store Thi~ ~lore is the best to get suggestions for graduation , wedding and birthda) present s.

Th e stock is so ,·aried , and the prices arc so varied , that every kind of tas te and every kind of pocket book is su re to be suited . \\'c have many inexpensive but da inty littl e no\'elties here, which will make ex cellcnt gifts. This b a jewel ry store where you can get just what you arc looking for at th e price you want to pay.

'' \\'ouldn't it be connnient for Bill if he talked in his sleep?" '' Why, how\, th at?''

G J•:O . B. STAGE R

~l anlcy

iO... \\'es t Third SL.

'' lie \\·ould be able to recite in sociol ogy class.''

Western Grain & Coal Co. SANITARY ICE YOU WTLL LIKE OUR SERVICE

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W c thank yo u for the patronage of the

ll'iuoua is an Evcuing Paper City

past year Repu bl jcan- I I era] d Circulation h All Li,·c Circulation Goes into Ll:c Home Is Paid for

Is Bona-fide b.-cause su.·ont to ami (1uditrd

Kissling €5 Son

The Il ome Paper o.f Win ona Evrry Copy P(1id For

Opposi!t: l'ost Of/ia

R. D. CONE COMPANY l(\·crything in U p-to-datc H A RDW A RE

WILLIAMS BOOK STORE For Normal Seal Pins, K odak ,\ lbums, Ansco Cameras, Eastlran K odab, Stationery, F ountain Pens, Films, Etc. Leu/her C01:ered Loosl Leaf .Yolc Books

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Chocolates The Ultimate in Chocolates

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

BOSTO:\, :\ 1:\SS.

BOTSFORD LU MBER COMPANY TilE l\IOST COMPLETE LJ XE OF BU I LD! TG l\L\TERL\ LS T~ SOUTHERN l\llNNESOTA

\Ve furnish the ma teria l for the Winona Stat e Teachers College l\Ianual Training Department

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Buy Meat You Can Eat

NOR rl' HWESTERN

MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE of Thr Dividnrrl

Payiu ~

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C()mpauy of A mcrica

KAISER'S

B URLI NGAME

D istr ict

A~ent

IO:l Exchange Bldg.

'v\'inona , :\finn.

lVi,sted, Co 1w.. L<Jke City. J.fi11n.

8drlo n, I'J.

Bu rli 11~to n . l ' t. Xcw l'ork , .\'. Y .

lV i11ona. Afimt.

Thompson's Confectionery

Bradford Clothes Shop Men's and Ladies' Ready- to- Wear Apparel

High Grade Candies

72~- L

De!iciow lee Cream

11.)-1 17 E. Third St.

Phone

Selected Ca!tfonzia Fruits

The Home of Wilson Sporting and Outing Goods

R. R. THOMPSON

WINONA HARDWARE CO.

4.) I W est K ing St.

Winona

The newest, the best and the most reasonable garments for women and misses can a1wavs be seen first at

THE WILLIAMS COMPANY 70 WEST THIRD STREET

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JONES & KROEGER. \VI~OK\

AND

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School Annuals Year Books

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'1' 1. · t 1· . .ts to IlaYe < t a II. ll:> :;tore ' s purpose tn 11s communtly t1mes t I1e kind of merchandise \\e know its patrons appreciate and want. \\'e carry nothing of inferior qua li ty. \\' e expect you to ha,·e full conlidence in the store and its merchandise, and "·e mean to proYc worthy of your conlidencc in us and our store. EYery purchase you make here must be entirely satisfactory to you; you must ftc] that you got just exactly what you wanted, and what's more, we want you to know, that we st a nd ready at all t i mes lo refund your money on any purchase you make that is not completely sati~­ factory.

]/"ours to Scr·vc

Schmitt I ce Cream & Butter Co. \\' holcsale :.ranufacturcrs of

Carbo!Lated f ee Cream Phone 1760

I 70- 172 \Vest Second St.

WINGOLD FLOUR l\1 A [) E IN \VI X 0 N A

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\\'1.\"0X.\ STORE .)-! E.\ST THIRD ST .

An Easy Place to Shop

The Geo. Hillyer Furniture Compan y Furnishers of

IIomes Complete Furniture

PEPIN PICKLING COMPANY BRANDS

ME-KO E·veJything to Eat

Pepin, La France, lntersta te Picklc.r Kraut Co11rlimmt s

77 West Third St. WINO

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BAILEY'S Dry Goods Store is a Good Place to Trade


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Distinc tivel v Foremost

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Opera House Always the Best

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ROAD ATTRACTlO )JS A R eal Orchestra - Giving the P ictures the P roper Dressing

Super-Features

Clark & Clark

I' R ESCRI PTIO:\'

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Cornu T hird and Cente-r Stn:ch \\' 1:-IOCIIA, ~11 :-IN. Phont~ G.;.;

For Dry C leaning, Pressing and Hat Ren ovating Cr1ll

DRY CLEANERS AND HATTERS \York Called For

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IDEA SERVICE The scores of prominent adverti sers who regularly usc Buckbee .:\!cars engraving and art sc n ·icc, haYe learned to expect more than mere printing plates. They expect ideas, not just illus tration s and halftones. And they ha,·c been gelling them for a good many years. That's one of the big reasons why big ad,·erti se rs, in ordering illus tration s and plates, specify Buckbee :\!cars. Their sen ·ice is cr ea.tiYe.

BUCKBEE MEARS .

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EngraYers and Designers of

Catalogs, Booklets, F olders, Colore~ 1\. ·ter , Direct Advertising Litc ralu ~ ~ ST . PAOL, 'II

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,.. Sincere P ersonal Ser-vice

ALLYN S. MORGAN J E vVE L E R Our Prices arc Neve r H igh II

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Come ~U1 d we will explain to you. \ Buy ou r Shoes and sa,·e a dollar or two. Shoe repairing whi le you wait.

Groceries Notions Hosiery H andkerchiefs H airpins H air-nets Crochet Cotton School Supplies

.\11 work guaranteed.

LEO. E. r,:! I

HITT ~E R

ll uiT Street, next to Drug Store \\"L:\0:>1".\ , ~ II ~:\ ESOT.\

STORE

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Til E LO U DO N COAL MI NES COMPA Y ~ l iner!'.

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Gift .\"m•ellics for all

and Shipper .. of th(•

Celt·brated ;>;o li Coal

:!:.! I Choate Bldg.

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TIRES

Goodyear

Eyes Examined

KOD .'\K FlNISHING

Glasses Fitted

Quality ami Sen·ice

Dr. A. Holden' s Ph armacv ~l achant'~

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Optometrist

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Film Sl'rvin· Str~ct

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Block

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I ELEP JJ O"\L :!1 (1

Winona Storage and Transfer Co.

Dr. R. B. Le ~1av '

I I.i \\'t·,t Third St.

Docto r of Dental Surgery lli rscb \\'.

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General Storage a nd Draying

Bid~.

GiYC us a Trial

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'' \\' hat b your hu-;band';; a' eragc income?" "O b, abo ut midnight:" '' \\' bat makes ..\Iari e \\'aLter-; act so funny lately?" "Got \\:tter o n the b rain.

:t\otice tht· ,,.a,·es in lwr ha ir ?"

..\I r. Stalcup. in History class Ri chi e :\1.

" \\' hat i,.. the Lib er ty Bell ?"

"The one that rings a L the end of the sen nth period.··

' 'I'll ne,·er t ake a not her drop," --aid the ~t uden t a,; he fell ol'i Gan in II eigb b. ) .)!J

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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WI)TONA THE DEPOSIT BANK OF WIN ON A THE WINONA SAVINGS THE

~IERCHANTS BA~K

FIRST TRUST

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BA~K

OF Wil\O)T A

SAVINGS BANK

THE WINO)TA NATIO)TAL BANK

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Carpet Cleaning Upholstering l\Ia tt ress Making

WliOLES,\ LE- R E TAIL

MEAT MARKET

.\ wnings an d Furniture Coverings

P acking ll ouse a nd Sausage Factory

Storage, Furni t u re Packed fo r Shipmen t

We Grind Ronc' For Chicken Feed

477 West Fifth Street

P hone !)37

D on' t Forget to Stop at

Consumers Ice and Fuel Company

Schuler's

TCE WOOD COAL COKE CEMENT 107!-. W . Fifth St.

11{) West T hird S l.

For Light Lunches and Ice Cream

Phone :N.i

Phone 1()66-J

70 Wes t F ourth St.

Advertising ~I a n age r Lucile Cha ndler .... _. _.. Mr. Owens ........ .... . Georgianna Olson .... ........ . Eva Wiberg ...... _. . . . . ~Iaurice H oward .... _ . . . . . . . Cora Werner .. ....... .. . " Bill y" Bosshard ... _.

Compa ny Pepsodent Tooth Pas te . ... Shinola Shoe Polish

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Motor Con1pany \Vjn ona, l\Iinneso ta

Cadillac

Paige

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Dr. L. Upton J\1iller

Reinke's Market

Li{cn ..cd 0:-tcopJthit ~U\1 ~II ~I :I

FOR

Phy~ician

Choate Bluck

Specialize in ner\'ous and ~pinal di ... ca~e~

If yuu arc intcrc:-.tcd in the Science ol' 0:-.lt•npatlty. a po:-.t

ME ,\ TS, GROCERIES AND FRUITS

card will p(a(;C you on my free- mailinJ.:: li~t and you will refcivc cducation:d (h t corathic literature wt.•ckly ro r th e nc.xt ten weeks

Treatment by Appointment Only Phone:-., Office IIi t:.?. Rc:-. J H:H

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HE Educational facilities of Win ona, and especially the facilities for HIGHER

education and SPECt ,\ L training arc supcnor to what the a\'erage city affords. .A-4('"1.. -

The people of \\"in ona conside r the Educational Institutions of the city as one of their most important assets. ,\ ny one interested in securing information

of our school advantages and particularly with reference to the Winona Teachers College may secure same either by writing direct to lhr \Yin ona Teachers College or to the

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"Why do you seem so fussed?" " Oh, I always feel self-conscious in an evening gown " "Sort of all dressed up and no place to go? " " No - - Nothing on for the evening. ' ' I like the girl who 's plain and sweet, The girl who cooks and makes her clothes, Who wears broad shoes upon her feet ¡A nd minds her rubbers when it s nows.

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Schon Photo Shop

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Xo one lives better for less money than our cu stomers. \Vhen you bu y here, you can depend upon our giving you ju st what you ask for , and you may rest ass ured t hat what you get here is good.

A. M. BARD ~ ex t

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Stationery, Perfumes and Toilet Articles

Open Sundays

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