Published by the Class of 1917
[Transcriber's note: There is no publication date on this volume. However, It is my understanding that the Juniors, third year students, had the responsibility of compiling the annual yearbook. They were, for this book, the "Class of 1917," therefore the book was actually published in 1916, and the graduating seniors at the time of publication were the "Class of 1916."]
Henry J. Steeps, Supt.
Miss Coxshall, Lokke (male), [*one caption written all in German, can't pick out name. See below. Female],
Miss Peterson, Mr. Schenke, Miss Williams, Meyers (male), Ross (female), Miss Tate, Miss Bjoin.
[*Female teacher, possibly taught German?
Caption by photo says:
"Eine Deutsch' Lehrerin, die lehrt die Kind'
Das sehr, sehr talf und dummen sind
Sie habt wunderbar' Mut
Und ist sehr gut
Und auf Deutsch sie schpricht uns all' Blind."]
Seniors, Class of 1916:
Amundson, Harvey Imanual, "Hub"--entered
as sophomore from Osceola WI
Eubanks, Helen Jane, "Jane"--Class Secty.
Haugen, Orville, "Toots"
Hudrle, Clara--entered as sophomore from Haugen WI
Johnson, Evelyn Marguerite "Dimples"--Class Treas.
Josephson, Irene, "Ike"
Klossner, Margaret Asta, "Mugs"
Newman, Mildred Mae, "Shorty"
Owens, John Benjamin, "Jack"--Class Pres., entered from Ft. Atkinson
Peterson, Lawrence Edward, "Pete"--Class V.Pres., entered as junior from Cameron WI
Trowbridge, Arthur Raymond, "Doc"--entered as sophomore from Hayward WI
VosBurg, Alice Orilla
Walsh, Genevieve Elizabeth, "Peg"--entered as sophomore from St. Mary's Academy, Altoona WI
Wickens, Cletus Marcellitus, "Fuzzy"
Juniors, Class of 1917
Coleman, Mrytle [Myrtle?]
Erstad, Lillian--Class V.Pres.
Huff, Ruth--Class Treas.
Stodola, Frank--Class Pres.
(Note: Class Secty not listed.)
Sophomores, Class of 1918
Bates, Ethel--Class Secty.
Brekke, Raymond--Class V.Pres.
Couture, Cemilda--Class Treas.
Phelan, Frances--Class Pres.
Freshmen, Class of 1919
Demars, Clara Ann--Class Treas.
Heintz, Douglas--Class Pres.
Mitchell, Rose B.
Schneider, William--Class Secty.
Tate, Helen--Class V.Pres.
Rice Lake Lumber Co.
John A. Moe & Sons--"Leading Clothiers," successors to Knudson & Nelson
Citizens State Bank--Capital $35,000.00,
Officers and Stockholders: Martin Bretl, pres. and dir.--C.D. Nelson,
v.pres. and dir.--Jim Hanson, v.pres. and dir.--J.H. Wilz, cashier--A.G.
Bilodeau, asst. cashier--F.J. Bretl, asst. cashier--Dr. D.J. Ryan,
dir.--Fred H. Gardner, dir.--John Plenty, dir--W.H. Clark, dir.--Max
Finsterwalder, dir--J.H. Johnson, dir.
Chris Hanson--Dr. A.S. White--Zeno Wilkinson--C.A. Winn--L.E. Losey--Ed.
Kuenzie--A.S. Sather--Henry L. Stout--Henry Wils--A.C. Robarge--C.E.
West--Peter Wm. Nelson--John Mallo--Joseph Schleiss--A. Kuenzie--Emil
Schenck--Peter Thome--Ben Knutson, Estate--Geo. N. Keesey--Fred
Baumberger--John Smitke--Julia O. Thompson--Katherine Svacina--Chris E.
Jensen--Ida F. Nelson--Olena Hanson.
G. Nagel--"The man who makes good clothes"
The Rice Lake Candy Kitchen, Ernest Berbes, Proprietor; "home-made chocolates, bon-bons and ice cream...Free delivery to all parts of the city."
The Rice Lake Hospital
Supt: M.B. Greene
Medical Staff: Dr. T.A. Charron, Dr. O.M. Sattre,Dr. D.L. Dawson, Dr. C.
Whitney, Dr. B.N. Webster, Dr. F.L. Phillips, Dr. E.J. Knapp
Red Cedar Valley Electric Company
The Reed Studio--"Your Photograph"
Mary K. Hartel--Millinery
Larson Drug Company--Apothecaries
Hotel Weber, M. Weber, proprietor and manager--Successor to "The Tourist"
Barron County Telephone Company--"1,200 telephones in service at Rice Lake, 3,000 in Barron County, connected with 350,000 telephones in the state."
Hon's Store--5-10-25c goods; fancy china and dry goods.."'Buy It' from Hon. and you'll save mon."
Rex Hamilton, photographer
G.L. Lyle-- furniture and undertaking; "furniture for the kitchen, bedroom, parlor, sitting room and library."
Western Lumber Co.--building materials, hard and soft coal
Jewett Drug Co., stationery, tablets and papers
Magill Electric Co., "electric light"
Lyric and Unique --[Movie theaters.]
The First National Bank, capital and surplus $95,000
C. Coxshall, reduced rates on compasses.
Oscar Overby, [music store] pianos and player-pianos,
Potter Business College -- Knudson Building--C.B. Potter, Principal
G.A. Dahlgren--"shaving parlors, bath in connection"
Stein Brothers--dealers in hides, wools, furs and tallow
J. Owens--"Time is Money--Save Your Time"
Phil Silesky--Mens and boys shoes, clothing and furnishings.
West Hardware Company
W.F. Rubyor--jeweler and optician, watch inspector for Omaha and Soo Railroads
Jacobson Mercantile Co.--clothing
Rice Lake Cigar Factory, F.G. Peterson, Prop.
The Hartel Morrison Co., E. Hartel, S. Edw. Morrison--Flour, feed, hay, grain
Barron County Bank--Established 1882; Officers, N.W. Bailey, President; D.F. Clark, vice-president; Wm. D. Brady, cashier; E.G. Shervey, ass't. cashier; Henry M. Moe, asst. cashier.
Rice Lake Chronotype--Weekly circulation 2,000. [Newspaper]
Droock's--Confectionery and ice cream parlors
Rice Lake Motor Car Company--Studebaker and Buick
C. Weiden & Son--Shoes; "repairing a specialty"
Field Auto Co.---Dodge and Overland cars, complete line of Ford repairs
E.M. Rogers, dentist.
Doctors Sattre & Dawnson, physicians and surgeons.
Dr. Tate, dentist.
Doctors White and Ryan
L.V. Williams, chiropractor.
Dr. Stekl, dentist
Dr. Edgar Knapp, physician and surgeon--"X-ray a specialty"
Coe Brothers, lawyers
Schlick & Howe, "The Rice Lake Jewelers."
Newberg Clothing Company
Rice Lake City Laundry--Foy Joe, Prop.
Quinn Bros. Hardware--"Watch us grow"
Meuhl's 5-10-20 Ct. Store--"Ten cent bargains is our business."
Orville Haugen--"Ride on Freight Trains Free, brought to you in ten simple lessons
W.J. Ackerman--"The Insurance and Loan Man."
Pettit Plumbing & Heating Compaay--[Company?] "Live Long, enjoy life while you live; our sanitary plumbing and 20th century heating will help you do both..."
The Fair--"The Real Economy Center of Baron [Barron] County"--Clothing, dry goods, shoes, cloaks and millinery, ladies' and men's furnishings, carpets, rugs, linoleums, baby carriages, groceries, tinware, glassware, crockery, woodenware, boiled and raw linseed oils, lubricating oils, etc."
Sockness & Nordenfoss--"The home of good shoes"
Chinnock & Thomas--"Shaving Parlors; bath in connection--Basement Jacobson Mercantile Company Store.
Alex C. Robarge--"Dealer in staple and fancy dry goods, staple and fancy grocers, fruits and berries in season...I deliver to all parts in the city limits."
Hammond-Chandler Lumber Company
Rice Lake Co-Operative Company--General merchandise.
Crisler & Co.--"Farm machinery, sewer pipe, dynamite, potatoes, grain, flour, feed, hay, coal, wood, live stock, etc. --Long distance telephone No. 41."
O.A. Erstad, merchant tailor.
Manson & Whitney--"For good clothes."
Sam Kellerman--Plumbing and heating, sewer and water connections.
Carl G. Johnson Co., Eau Claire, Wis.--Photography; "The engravings in 'The Junior' are a speciman of our work."
Gailloux & Harris Company, Chippewa Falls,
Wis.--Book, catalogue and commercial printers.