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Weekly Messenger - 1918 January 12
Weekly Messenger - 1918 January 12
Announcement (p.1) -- Dr. Nash receives government appointment (p.1) -- Normal will meet Ellensburg tonight (p.1) -- A foggy film / Leslie Sorensen (p.1) -- Rev. Geo. King bids farewell to students (p.1) -- Biology department offers new course (p.1) -- C, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Alberta Lemon, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Reinhart Hansen, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polly, Faculty; Hazel Huntsberger, Audito, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Stenographers: Madeline Adams; Edith Palmer; Grace Thomas; Organization reporters; Senior class: Arvid Frisk; Junior class: Linton Bozarth; Ruth Coryell, Philomathean club; Hazel Huntsburger, Thespian club; Mabel Dumas, Rural Life club; Gail MacKechnie, Alkasiah club; Ruth Fowler, Alethian club; Nellie Dick, Chorus; Faith Condit, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 January 19
Weekly Messenger - 1918 January 19
Issue number incorrectly printed as "no. 14", Announcement (p.1) -- Stork visits the home of Dr. Kaylor (p.1) -- Miss Keeler has many calls for teachers (p.1) -- More W.S.N.S. boys off for "somewhere" (p.1) -- Student council asks for co-operation (p.1) -- Intermediate school organized in grades (p.1, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Alberta Lemon, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Reinhart Hansen, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polly, Faculty; Hazel Huntsberger, Audito, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Stenographers: Madeline Adams; Edith Palmer; Grace Thomas; Organization reporters; Senior class: Arvid Frisk; Junior class: Linton Bozarth; Ruth Coryell, Philomathean club; Hazel Huntsburger, Thespian club; Mabel Dumas, Rural Life club; Gail MacKechnie, Alkasiah club; Ruth Fowler, Alethian club; Nellie Dick, Chorus; Faith Condit, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 January 26
Weekly Messenger - 1918 January 26
Rev. Marshall brings students a message (p.1) -- course in history on the English novel (p.1) -- Business girls to be given luncheon (p.1) -- State Normal school holds mid-year commencement (p.1) -- Mid-year graduates bid school farewell (p.1) -- All Norm, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Alberta Lemon, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Reinhart Hansen, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polly, Faculty; Hazel Huntsberger, Audito, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Stenographers: Madeline Adams; Edith Palmer; Grace Thomas; Organization reporters; Senior class: Arvid Frisk; Junior class: Linton Bozarth; Ruth Coryell, Philomathean club; Hazel Huntsburger, Thespian club; Mabel Dumas, Rural Life club; Gail MacKechnie, Alkasiah club; Ruth Fowler, Alethian club; Nellie Dick, Chorus; Faith Condit, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 2
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 2
Announcement (p.1) -- Men should also study war cooking (p.1) -- Big game of year will be on tonight (p.1) -- Normal Y.W.C.A. to hold bible institute (p.1) -- Thespians announce their annual play (p.1) -- Students in assembly hear Mr. Litchfield (p.1) --, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Rainhardt Hanson, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Bessie Windley, Aud, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 9
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 9
Announcements (p.1) -- Reverend Reager gives inspirational talk (p.1) -- Students hear Mr. Hamer read poems (p.1) -- Congratulations to the training school (p.1) -- Essay prizes offered to Normal school (p.1) -- Youthful musician gives fine program (p.1), William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Rainhardt Hanson, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Bessie Windley, Aud, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Nichols Hall, Cedars Hall; Thelma Koehler, Cedars Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 16
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 16
Announcements (p.1) -- Dr. Miller receives more praise for book (p.1) -- Klipsun contest prizes (p.1) -- Rural life conference comes next week (p.1) -- Dr. Steiner's lecture of special interest (p.1) -- New rural life club conference planned (p.1) -- A st, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Rainhardt Hanson, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Bessie Windley, Aud, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 23
Weekly Messenger - 1918 February 23
Announcements (p.1) -- Governor to speak at Rural Life conference (p.1) -- Seattle's offer (p.1) -- The Klipsun staff is now organized (p.1) -- Our president visits former students (p.1) -- Reverend Wilson gives service as slogan (p.1) -- American means f, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey, A, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 2
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 2
Announcements (p.1) -- Big game tonight with Vancouver ex-Normal (p.1) -- Normal wins non-conference champ (p.1) -- National dramatic is league organized (p.1) -- What $20.00 will buy (p.1) -- Burns speaks on the overcoming of feuds (p.1) -- Rural life co, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey, A, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 9
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 9
Normal quintet plays Whatcom High tonight (p.1) -- The Thespian club scores great success (p.1) -- Opera pinafore to be staged next Saturday (p.1) -- Nature study classes (p.1) -- Religious work in rural life conference (p.1) -- Visitors for R.L.C. (p.1), William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey, A, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 16
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 16
Announcements (p.1) -- Normal wins series from Whatcom High (p.1) -- Opera pinafore to be staged tonight (p.1) -- Klipsun literary contest nearing end (p.1) -- Students urged to send soldiers books (p.1) -- Calendar (p.1) -- Junior class play shows great, Martin Robinson (p.1), William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey, A, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 23
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 23
Announcements (p.1) -- Rural life conference is a big success (p.1) -- John Masefield to lecture March 30 (p.1) -- Alumnus gaining fame as composer (p.1) -- Address given by Dr. Richardson (p.1) -- Dr. Herre is asked to go to Berkley (p.1) -- Calendar (p., John Masefield (p.1), William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey, A, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 30
Weekly Messenger - 1918 March 30
Faculty member changes her name (p.1) -- Normal to help in the war garden work (p.1) -- John Masefield to give lecture tonight (p.1) -- Girl students loan fund again boosted (p.1) -- How intelligent are you? (p.1) -- Students urged to buy liberty bonds (p, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey, A, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 6
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 6
Announcements (p.1) -- What you think of the Messenger (p.1) -- Ex-Normal president leaves for France (p.1) -- Normal boys turn out for baseball (p.1) -- Death claims D.H. Mackinnon of Lynden (p.1) -- David Starr Jordan to be here April 15 (p.1) -- Anothe, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Hazel Huntsburger, Associate; Mrs. Josephine Converse, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey, A, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 13
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 13
Announcements (p.1) -- Class marathon race takes place today (p.1) -- Mischa Elman comes to Bellingham May 3 (p.1) -- David Starr Jordan coming to Normal (p.1) -- Normal plays Blaine in the initial game (p.1) -- The new course of study for 1918-1919 (p.1), William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Mrs. Josephine Converse, Associate; Marion Daubenspeck, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey,, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall; Edna Anderson, College Club, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 20
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 20
Announcements (p.1) -- Quality street to be given April 27 (p.1) -- Chuckanut marathon to continue today (p.1) -- Normal mourns (p.1) -- Popular faculty member is responding to country's call (p.1) -- The Mischa Elman recital on May 3 / Elena H. Batement, Glenn Hughes (p.1) -- Dr. Edward T. Mathes (p.2), William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Mrs. Josephine Converse, Associate; Marion Daubenspeck, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey,, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall; Edna Anderson, College Club, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 27
Weekly Messenger - 1918 April 27
Announcements (p.1) -- Seniors! (p.1) -- Normal ball team plays W.H.S. today (p.1) -- Normal loses game in erratic contest (p.1) -- World's famous violinist comes to Bellingham Friday (p.1) -- The musical opportunity of the year (p.1) -- Students urged to, Mischa Elman (p.1), William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Mrs. Josephine Converse, Associate; Marion Daubenspeck, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey,, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall; Edna Anderson, College Club, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 4
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 4
Announcements (p.1) -- Mr. Griswold tells of rotary club (p.1) -- Normal succeeding (p.1) -- Our former president has narrow escape (p.1) -- Help to boost the soldiers library (p.1) -- Juniors and seniors to debate Tuesday (p.1) -- Wherein lies a teachers, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Mrs. Josephine Converse, Associate; Marion Daubenspeck, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey,, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall; Edna Anderson, College Club, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 11
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 11
Announcements (p.1) -- May Day exercises score huge success (p.1) -- Penmanship students win laurels (p.1) -- Juniors win in interclass debate (p.1) -- Junior tennis team wins tournament (p.1) -- Normal girl receives business recognition (p.1) -- Miss Haz, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Mrs. Josephine Converse, Associate; Marion Daubenspeck, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey,, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall; Edna Anderson, College Club, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 18
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 18
Announcements (p.1) -- Students donate $500 to Red Cross (p.1) -- Annual tournament now in progress (p.1) -- Training school gives closing day program (p.1) -- Seniors take French leave from assembly (p.1) -- Dr. Nash busy (p.1) -- Dr. Herre entertains th, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Mrs. Josephine Converse, Associate; Marion Daubenspeck, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey,, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall; Edna Anderson, College Club, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 25
Weekly Messenger - 1918 May 25
Graduation number (p.1), Alumni reunion and reception (p.1) -- Miss Ormsby leaves for service elsewhere (p.1) -- Far thee well, old Alma Mater (p.1) -- Calendar (p.1) -- Senior play great event of the year (p.1) -- Dr. E.T. Mathes may go to Italy (p.2) -- School picnic is enjoyed, William O. Edson, Editor-in-chief; Department editors: Mrs. Josephine Converse, Associate; Marion Daubenspeck, Literary; Vernon Broadbent, Boys' athletics; Regina Frank, Girls' athletics; Myrtle Pugsley, Calendar; Alice Polley, Faculty; Harriette Swasey,, Cassie C. Cales, Business manager; Edith Palmer, Stenographer; Organization reporters: Ruby Sickenger, Senior class; Mary Bale, Junior class; Mary Bale, Philomathean club; Frances Bloom, Rural life club; Myrtle McIlvaine, Chorus; Aleen Driver, Ohyesa; Ida Willson, Studio Art; Thelma Koehler, Nichols Hall; Edith Kiner, Cedars Hall; Lillian Anderson, Alkasiah; Mrs. Edmunds, Ohiyesa; Elsie Fricheit, Rizwan; Dorothy Beach, Edens Hall; Edna Anderson, College Club, The digitized WWU student newspapers are made possible by the generous support of Don Hacherl and Cindy Hacherl (Class of 1984) and Bert Halprin (Class of 1971)

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