Rice Lake, WI High School Yearbook
Published by the Class of 1911
Edith Ketchum, Mable Palmer, Alma Runge, Cora Coxshall, Josephine Bowden, Hazel Wetlaufer, Fred Householder, Leo G. Schussmann, Isla Crawford, Carolyn Gallagher.
Board of Education
Hardin Jarvis, Dr. F. A. Tate, T. Dorgan, Sewell Peterson, E. Hartel . (All male)
of 1909 Commencement
[Note: Page 10 listed the previous year’s graduates]
Seniors--Class of 1910
Marshall Brekke, class treasurer
Hattie "Sorie" Sorenson
Frank "Frankie" Samson
Henrietta B. "Ma" Ritchie, class president
Marshall “Ole” Olsen, class secretary
Eva “Ever” Fish
Holden "Honie" Rasmussen (female)
Pauline "Lena" Johnson
Johannes "Jack" Nord
Margaret "Muggins" Daniels
Aaron "Sonny" Droock
Leone "Tip" Jones
Edmund "Ted" Knudson, class vice-president
Maude Looker--entered as sophomore from South Bend HS, IN
Juniors--Class of 1911
Montgomery Atkinson, class sergeant-at-arms
Helen Heldsab [Heldstab], class secretary
Gertrude Pollock, class vice-president
Mary Ritchie, class president
Ralph Stark, class treasurer
Sophomores--Class of 1912
Clifton Howard, class sergeant-at-arms
Clara Josephson, class treasurer
Asher Kelty, class vice-president
Alfred Solve, class president
Llewellyn Stout, class secretary
Freshmen--Class of 1913
Harold Olsen, vice-president 1st semester
Ellen Sattre, class vice-president, 2nd semester
Inga Sockness, class secretary, 2nd semester
DeWayne Nelson, class treasurer, 1st semester
Ella Overby, class secretary, 1st semester
Edith Zimmermann, class treasurer, 2nd semester
Myrtha Habighorst, class president, 1st semester
George Mills, class sergeant-at-arms, 2nd semester
Emil Shervey, class president, 2nd semester
Greetings from Former Faculty Members
John D. Black, Feb. 10, 1910, Madison WI
Isabel Mace, March 13, 1910, Grand Rapids, WI
Barron Co. Bank
Benson Mercantile Co.-- Clothing, grocery dept.
E.H. Bjoin--Agricultural implements and farm machinery, washing machines, real estate, money to loan
Bert C. Bliss--Lands and insurance
Citizens State Bank--"Does a general banking business"; 4% interest paid on time deposits, insurance and steamship tickets for sale.
Crisler-Everts Lumber Co.--lumber, lime, brick, wood, coal
B. Droock--"Our Specialties: Fancy brick ice cream, fruit frost and Russian snow"
W.H. Dunn, dentist
The Fair--"Our ever-increasing trade, the many lines, and large assortments..."
Gilstad & Nord--"We deal in lands, loans, insurance and city property"
Carl Haaland--wallpaper and mouldings, paints, varnishes, picture framing.
Rex Hamilton--Photographer; portraits, views and commencement work
Heintz’s--N.A. Heintz, druggist. "Try our ice cream"
Jewett Drug Co.--"Boys! To keep those girls happy, buy them a box of Fenway Chocolates..."
E. Knudson & Son--"Leading clothiers", the store for young men's clothes
First National Bank--Capital paid in $50,000.00, Surplus profits $118,000.00
Jasper E. Olsen--Pianos, player pianos, organs, sheet music
Oscar Overby --[Music store] Pianos, organs, sewing machines, talking machines, musical instruments, music.
Frank Paul--"The Hardware Dealer"
Pettit Plumbing & Heating Co.--Plumbing goods, bath room supplies and heating materials
H.C. Reed --[Photo Studio?]
Rice Lake Book & Stationery Store --W.M. Hale, Prop.
Rice Lake Chronotype
Rice Lake Lumber Co.--"Lumber, lath and shingles"
R.L. Schlick, “The Jeweler”
Sockness & Nordenfoss--"Everybody's shoe store"
Strom & Towle--Successors to C. Overby
The Tourist [hotel]--J.P. Walsh, Proprietor; "The home for the 'boys' ", rooms with bath
West & Anderson--steel ranges, knives and forks, house and barn paint
B.K. Whittier--School supplies, souvenirs, novelties, china, home goods, "Everything for the Home"
Whitney & Larson--"It's better to shave at Whitney & Larson than to wish you had"
Elmer E. Larson, "The Druggist"
Rice Lake Cash Store--Durst Brothers, general merchandise
Silesky Bros. & Co.--Men's and Boys' Good Clothes
A.O. Erstad—“Come in and have your measure taken for a new summer suit”
Rice Lake Chronotype—weekly newspaper, job printing
Joe K. Nelson—“The Clothiers and Furnishers”
The Paradis Company--magazines, phonographs, records
Beauty Shop--operated by Minnie Knudson; "will carry a full line of puffs, rats, curls, etc."
K.E. Rassmussen--Law, loans, insurance and real estate
Dr. W.W. Taggart--Eye specialist
Reed's New Studio--"Groups a specialty"
Barron County Bank--Established in 1882, "the oldest bank in the county"
Mandel Engraving Co.--Milwaukee, WI; half tones, zinc etchings and wood cuts
Fairbanks-Frey Engraving Co--Milwaukee, WI; photo engravers, artists
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