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WINNETKAN PUBLISHED BY SENIORS - 1941 ALBANY. WISCONSIN VOLUME II NUMBER IOUR ALMA MATER THROUGHOUT THE YEARS The tide of time flows swiftly on. Il.ilf a century now has passed, Since the A. H. S. threw wide her doors To welcome each lad and lass. They came to her with hopes so high To prepare for life’s struggle and strife Where teachers with rich understanding Helped to map oat the course of each life. So fifty successful years are now finished With much more joy than sorrow You stand a monument to the past And a promise for tomorrow. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ ★ FOREWORD To keep and preserve pleasant memories of our school days, to recoil to the minds of our many Alumni their m’lnol life, to give a short history of educational facilities In Albany, and to Inspire others to continue forgiug onward with their learning is the sincere aim of this annual produced by the seniors of 1941. DEDICATION Down through the years has filed a long stream of Albany Alumni and friends whose sympathetic and genuine support of the Albany schools has made possible a modern and progressive system. To those who so whole-heartedly cooperated with our school In every undertaking, wo sincerely dedicate this Winner kan. TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES ALUMNI SNAPSHOTS ADS ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ MIC WILLIAM KAIIL: B. A. and M. A. University of Wisconsin Economics. History. Geography, am) Physical Education MR. V. U. ELMER: School or Engineering I. Milwaukee, Wisconsin State Teachers College. Plnttoville. B. E. University of Wisconsin. Summer school Ag. (culture. Physics, Chemistry, and Manual Training 7 and S MISS ALIC E BARTON 11. A. University of Wisconsin English. Civics. Physical Education, and Dramatics MISS HELEN RAC1IOK: B. A. College of Saint Teresa. Winona. Minnesota Mathematics. Commerce, and Latin . MRS. LEONARD WINN: B. S. University of Wisconsin Home Economics. General Science. Biology, and Glee Club MR. JOHN A. HUGHES: Milton College, and University of Wisconsin. Summer school Band Director 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★★ FACULTY Top: Mr . Winn Lower: Mr. Elmer Miss Barton Mr. Kahl Miss Rachor Mr. Hughes ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941 CLASS OFFICERS Lois Barton Vice-President - .y June Dixon President ♦ Motto: Tonight we take off. where shall we Class Colors: Silver and red. Class Flower: Red rose. 1941 ★ ★ Kenneth Kittelscn Secretary-Treasurer land?★ ★ ★1 ROBERT ATKINSON “Sometime within his brain ho thinks a though I." Band I. 2. 3. 4. F. F. A. 1. 2. 3. I. Junior Class Play. Basketball 3. 4. Baseball I, 2. 3. 4. Senior Class Play. 1.013 JANE BARTON ••(‘hatter, chatter as 1 go.” Honor Student. Annual EJltor 4. Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Little Herald Staff 1. 3. 4. Senior Class Play. Band 1. 2. 3. 4, Band Officer 2. Fore:u»!ca 3. Class Orflor I. 3. 4. Cheer Leader 3. 4. Junior Class Play. I). A. R. Good Citizenship Awn 1. JACK CROAKE "Greater men than 1 h.:vu .IveJ, but I doubt It.” Basketball 3. 4. Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4. Annual Staff ». MIRIAM DAVIS "You’re only young once." Junior Class Play. Senior Class Play. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ FRANKLIN DITT.VIER "But ho never flunked and he never lied. I reckon he never k no wed how." Class Play 2. Forensics 4. Student director of class play 3. CHARLOTTE DIXON "Enjoy life o'er it'» fled. When you die you're a long time dead.” Band I. 2. 3. 4. Band Officer 3. Oleo Club 1. Junior Class Play. JUNE DIXON "Still waters run deep." Claes President 1, 2, 3, I. Glee Club 1. Baud Officer 4. Band I. 3. 4. Junior Class Play. Honor Student. Annual Staff. 4. MARY DUNPHY “Gate Into her eyes and you will see an angel: gate a little longer and you will see an Imp." Junior Class Play. Honor Student. Annual Staff 4. ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ♦ LEROY ELMER “Napoleon was little, too." Band 2. 3. 4. Junior Class Play. Baseball 3. Manager basketball team 1, 2. F. F. A. 1. 2. LORRAINE FALK "She can keep up with the Joneses." Junior Class Play. Annual Staff 4. Honor Student. HAUL FARNSWORTH “Sometimes I ‘set and think, and sometimes I just 'set ." Junior ('lass Play. F. F. A. 2. 4. Annual Staff 4. RILEY GELBAUH “He hastens slowly." Annual Staff 4. Senior Class Play. Junior Class Play. Band 1. 2. 3. Baseball 3. 4. ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★ T|% Ufamfrfeali HELEN GLASS "How’s trucking?" Junior Class Play. HARRY JACOBSON "Why should lire all labor be?” Basketball 2, 3, 4. Band 1. 2. 3, 4. Junior Class Play. Baseball 1. 2. 3. Band Officer 2. F. F. A. 1. 2. SHIRLEY JONES "When a child she fell out of a window and came down plump.” Junior Class Play. Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Honor Student. Senior Class Play. Forensics 1, 2. Annual Staff 4. Little Herald Staff 1. 2. KENNETH KITTELSEN "Quiet men at times are the most surprising." Band 1. 2. 3, 4. Junior Class play. F. F. A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Senior Class Play. Basketball 4. Baseball 2. 4. Honor Student. Annual Staff 4. Band Officer 3. Class Officer 3. 4. Representative Badger Boys State 3 ★ ★ 1941 ★ ★ EILEEN STEPHENSON "An excellent scholar, n 1 w a y a ready for fan, never content 'til her work Is done." Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Honor Student. Junior Class Play. Class Officer 2. Annual Staff 4. EVA STEPHENSON "Eat. drink, and be married.” Junior Class Play. Annual Staff 4. HELEN STEWART “We know not much about her, but what we know Is goad.” Gleo Club 2. Trl HI Y 2. 3. Operetta J. Senior Class Play. HARLAXI) WILKINSON “A man, sir. who loves to hear himself talk.” Band 1. 2. 3. Orchestra 1, 2. Annual Staff 4. Senior (’lass Play. ★ 1941Tfyt aB| JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY OUR FRESHMAN YEAR In the fall of '38 a group of green frosh flocked through the portals of old A. H. S. Our class then was composed of the following members: Evelyn Bag ley. Jordan Carlson.. Alice Mae Cleveland. Bernadine Dunphy, Robert Frautachy. James Marker, Marian Jacobson. Phyllis Reasa, Doris Swenson. Marilyn Schelp, Edward Sohnee-berger. Charles Thalman. Kathryn Tobin, Mary Woelchll. Gloria Wittwer, Mary Lou Wood, and Ewald Zwlckey. luring this year Maxine Hanson and Leslie Ellis Joined our ranks. Our first social event was the initiation party given by the sophomores at which wo were all obliged to imitate a specified teacher or student for our share of the entertainment. The freshmen reciprocated with the Christmas party. The gym was festively decorated according to the season, and Robert Frautachy impersonated Santa Claus. Our class officers were: President. Marilyn Schelp. Vice President, James Marker, and Secretary and Treasurer. Alice Cleveland. When We Were Sophomores At the beginning of the year we gained Harold Kldrod. and lost Maxine Hanson. Eddie Schneeberger. Marilyn Schelp. and Leslie Ellis, which reduced our number to seventeen. We initiated the the freshmen In a Jovial manner in the first party of the year. This year we elected Ewald Zwlckey as President, Evelyn Bagley as Vice President. and Kathryn Tobin ns Secretary and Treasurer of our class. Our Junior Year Our third year turned out to be the busiest in our high school career. First our history class promoted a political campaign, which preceded the high school election. This consisted of speeches delivered by various students. Our play. "This Night Beware." was the first mystery to be given in several years. Those who participated enjoyed presenting U very much and look forward to giving their senior class play. We will never forget how Harold Eldred, who was the devil, saved the night for us. Because tho senior class was editing the annual, the junior class took over the "Little Herald." In order to augment our class treasury we sponsored a film called "The Life or Abraham Lincoln." On February 21 the class entertained tho rest of the high school at a party during which we introduced a new game of "Truth ami Consequences.” This required several students to dig into their mental resources to produce the right answers. The class officers chosen for the year were as follows: Marian Jacobson, President. Gloria Wiltwer. Vice President. Evelyn Bagley, Secretary and Treasurer. James Marker was chosen as prom chairman of the Junior-senior prom, which was held on May 16. and he chose Marian Jacobson ns his queen. We carried out the Mexican theme in our decorations. Clyde Ellsworth's hand furnished music for dancing. We chose blue and white ns our class colors, the white carnation as our flower, and a« our motto, "Don’t try dying, die trying." ★ ★ ★ 1941 ★ ★★ ★ ★ Hack Row: Harold Kirired. Jordan Carlson. Charles Thalman, Robert ? rautschy. James Marker. Donald Sisson, and Ewald Zwickey. Center Row: Phyllis Reasa, Evelyn Bagley. Mary Lou Wood. Marion Jacobson. Gloria Wittw« r. Doris Swenson, and -Mary Wnelchli. Front Row: Alice M.»e Cleveland, Kathryn Tobin, and Bemadine Dunphy. ★ ♦ ★ ★ ★ 1941 I- -v★ ★ ★ SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY V« sophomores met together for the first time In September. 1939. It was a very Interesting day. and perhaps one we'll never forget, for we were very green freshmen. Class officers for our first year were: President, June Purlntun, Vice-President, Hazel Blumer and Secretary-Treasurer. Don ld Jones. June Purlntun was the reporter for the paper. We ‘‘freshies ’ also had two representatives. Hazel Blunter and Eugene Krueger. on the Student Council. A highlight of our freshman year was the initiation party given by the sophomores. Hero we were engaged in several contest ; one of them was a beauty, another, a pie eating contest. Impersonation of teachers were popular as another stunt. lone Peterson. Brooklyn, and Elmer Llsser. Monroe, who were in our class in 1939. are not with us now. lone is attending Evansville High School, and Elmer is at home. Carol Barnes, Belleville, Budge Oostdik. Evansville, and Kenneth Mitchell, Broil head. Joined us in our 1940 class. Our class officers this year are: President. Hazel Blumer; Vice-President. Donald Jones, and 8ecrctary-Treasurer. Carol Barnes. Hazel Blumer now reports the news of the class. Our class colors are orchid and white; nir Cower is pink carnation; and our motto is ''Rowing not drifting!" Our personnel Is interested in various school activities. Carol Barnes and Budge Oostdik are In the band. June Purlntun. Phyllis Peterson, Isabel Tobin. Barbarn Glass, and Hazel Blumer are in the glee club. Donald Jones, whose pet saying now is, ‘Tit. an uncle." is the only member who plays on the A team In basketball. Eugene Krueger Kenneth Mitchell. Hollis Mueller, Ray Laughrldge. Billie Pryce n. , Budge Oo :d!it Play on the B team. 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ SOPHOMORE CLASS Back Row: Hetty Gravonor, Donald Joiioa. Kay Laugh ridge. Billy Pryce. Kenneth MU-chell. Carol Barnes. Center Row: Rose Wmelchli. Phyllis Petersen. I ois Falk. Barbara Glass. Hazel Blunter. Isabel Tobin. June Pnrlntun. Front Row; Budge Oostdlk. Duane Zweifel. Hollis Mueller. Eugene Krueger. a ★ ★ ★ 1941 t--0 o  FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY The freshman class became niembom of Albany High School In the fall of 1940 with IS slightly frightened students. Hut this we quickly overcame while being Initiated by the sophomores at a party held October 4th. As we look back over our Freshman year, we decide we are ready for anything. All of the IS members did not graduate from Albany Grade School. David and Jeanne Barnes were from Belleville. Wisconsin: Merle Reynolds, from I i Crosse. Wisconsin. and Jeanne Molm. from Hutchinson. Minnesota. Joyce Reasa, Ben Bosshnrt. Charles Smith. Frank Stewart. Harold Mauerman. Kenneth Speich and Donald Schenk were- front schools around Albany. Those graduating from Albany's grade school wore: Arlene Peckham, Jean Steindorf. Jean Gravenor. S.immie Ferguson. Alan Peterson, Frank Wood, and Vernon Horton. We now number only sixteen since the departure of Vernon Horton and Charles Smith. The latter is now attending the Brodhead High School. The class is led by our president. Alan Peterson. Satntnie Ferguson is vice president and Joyce Reasa, secretary and treasurer. We chose blue and gold as our class colors and white rose as our flower. Our motto Is "Launched hut not anchored.” Jeanne Molm Is on the "Little Herald” staff and Miss Rachor is the class advisor. Senior band members from the Freshman class are: Jean Steindorf. Arlene Peckham. Alan Peterson. Sammle Ferguson. Jeanne Molm, Kenneth Speich. Joyce Reasa. Ben Bosshnrt. Donald Schenk, and David Barnes, The latter six of the group have been in the band for a short time only, being recently promoted from the baby band of which Frank Wood is a member. The Freshman class additions to the basketball "B" team are David Barnes and Frank Stewart, while Ben Bosshnrt Is manager of both "A" and "B" teams. The evening the girls exhibited the art ol basketball in the benefit game for the annual. Jeanne Molm and Jean Steindorf were on the "All Star” team which played against the Senior girls. In the class tournament both the Freshman boys and girls teams sportingly took their place among the losers, at fourth place. As was the custom, the Freshman clnss planned and gave the annual Christmas party. This year it was on Friday. December 20th. ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ FRESHMAN CLASS Back Row: Frank Wood, Harold Mauerman, David Barnes, Frank Stewart, Ben Boss-hart, Kenneth Spckdi. Center Row: Jean Steindorf. Arlene Peekham. Jeanne Molm. Jeanne Barnos. Joyce Reasn. Merle Reynold?. Jean Gravenor. Front Row: Charles Smith, Alan Peterson. Donald Schenk. Sammy Ferguson. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941Name Nickname Pot Peeve Favorite Expression Robert Atkinson ■'Frick” Public «peaklmr "By roily” Lois Barton "Janey" Being told to shut up "Rat " Jack Croak ••Irish” School "Take 'er cool" Miriam Davl "Davis" Wumen'i hate In theatres "Mot funny" Franklin Dittmor "Ditty" Hi nick name "Aw, ro on" Charlotte Dixon "Dixie" Studying "What ‘chn do last nl June Dixon "Junle" On«- ided referee "You bet ’chn" Mary Dunphy "Dunphy" Bel nr poked In the rib "Oh. fiddle" Leroy K'liter "Little Klmcr" Pulllnr hi Mi«pender« "Cut It out” Lorraine Falk "Falk” Exam “1 don't believe It” Paul Farnsworth "Putl” Get 11 ns up "What 'chn gonna do?' Riley Gelbach ••GUI" Geometry "Come On" Helen Gins "Glass" Jitter-bur "That’ what you th'nk' Harry Jncobton "Teto" l.o-im.- rame "Sueh i life" Shirley Jones "Jonalo" Daily nulxe "Oh. nut " Kenneth Kittlwon "Ole" Being 3 minute late to school "O. K. ' Inez. Kopp "Kopper Belnr taken for Irene "You're not kidd'nr" Irene Kopp "Kopp Twin" Betnr taken for Inrx "That makes me mud" Mo e Laurhrldre "Popoye” Te«t» "Fotch It" Madelene IviefTal "LoelTd" Written tanont •’Oh. Flick" Frank Kuwnth "Hud" Hi nick name - 4'cn orrd Charlotte Pvienon “Pete" Latin "Oh. ftftlro" Alice Root •Totrhy" Storkinr run "Oh. sure" Gordon Ste ndorf "Gortly" Getting up "You ain't kiddlnr" Kili-en Stephenson "Blondle" Bltiih'nr Merry” Kva Stephenson "Stevie" Grammar "Aw. nuu" H len Stewart "Red" History "Oh. »hoot" lln'lniid Wllkinwn. "Speed" Detention li|x "Ah!" What Others Will Plans After Things He Won't Where Spends Remember About Graduation Forget Time Him Farmlns Sports Down town Knuckle crocking University Geometry class Playing piano Giggles Super-salesman English Miller's grocery Slick way of getting out of things llvuuir Culture Senior class play In theatres Her driving College Full campaign of 1I4Q Home How he like the girls College Phy. Ed. Nil wash's She was hnppy-go-lueky College School port lev Typing room Friendliness College Noon hours Evansville Math, skill Fermi nir Basketball Horne Gum chewing Beauty culture l.unch time In '39 Chevy Hair curled Travel Kmrlish Roaming Whistling M elmnlcs Air. e’o«« Dr. Morgan's Going a'ound with a geometry book Indefinite Typing class Janesville Characterising "Flossie” rJr. play) Wehlor New Glnrus lidsketball tournament pthrow’i Sleeping in the main room Toother Gangs Rld'ng •Teaching" University Latin clans Drug store Under toned cracks Beauty culture Girl gossiping in the locker room t)n the farm Qulrtnr»« in class Work In the city Physics class Riding in a Chevy Meekness Fnrmlnir Basketball On his motorcyrle Spirit in basketball College Short hand ela« Basket hall games Blushing Undecided The whole thing Around town Mumps Collette Proms Listening to the radio Whispering College School parties Home OiT again, on again Undecided Typing class Drug store Wise-cracks Stay home Visiting with Speed On farm Writing letter Stay homo t?f) Home Kc. clus In n Plymouth Fingernails Vocational school Romeo ond Juliet in short hand Roller skating I Jiughing Indefinite Neighbor Eileen With hi pigeons Wise-cracksACTIVITIES★ ★ ★ ■ J J. l l 3| 'A' BASKETBALL TEAM Back Row. left to right: Trainer Ben Bosshart. Harry Jacobson. Robert Atkinson, Jimmie Marker. Frank Nuwash. Coach William Kahl. Front Row. left to right: Jack Cronke, Harold Kldred. Moses Daughrldge. Robert Fraut-sch.v, Oonnlil Jones. ♦ ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE BASKETBALL SEASON 1940-1941 They We Tuesday. Nov. 16. Alumni. Home 30 14 Wednesday. Nov. 2ft Brodhoad. Home 15 11 Friday. Nov. 29. Juda. Home 6 10 Friday. Dec, 6. Monticello. Away 23 6 Tuesday. Dec. 10. Belleville. Away 14 12 Friday. Dec. 13. Now Glams. Home 19 14 Thursday. Dee. 19. Orfnrdville. Away 20 11 Friday. Jan. 10, Hollandale. Away 17 14 Tuesday. Jan. H, Brodhend. Home 14 13 Friday. Jan. 17. Juda. Away 13 41 Friday. Jan. 24. Monticello. Home 30 23 Tuesday. Jan. 28. Belleville. Home 13 24 Friday. Jan. 31. New Glams. Away 17 23 Friday. Feb. 7. Orfordville, Home 20 27 Tuesday. Feb. 11. Brooklyn. Away 29 20 Friday. Feb. 14. Hollandale. Away 26 19 Wednesday. Feb. 19. Brooklyn. Home 16 26 ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ XV! HIGH JUMPERS! 1940-41 DISTRICT BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT The banket ball tournament for the 1910 41 season was held at New Glams. February 26. 27. 28. and iMarch 1. with the following teams participating: Albany. Belleville, BlanchardviH®, Brodhead. Brooklyn. Montlcello, New Glarus. and Orfordvllle. Since Montlcello and Orfordvllle were at the top of the league during the regular season, they were the strong favorites to take the tourney. Brodhead, being a larger school and from a league with stronger competition was considered a close runner up for the title. However, the tournament was full of upsets. Montlcello was nipped off in the first game when Brooklyn defeated them 22 to 16. Orfordvllle also lost their first game to New Glarus by a score of 30 to 20. All in all. it was a very good tournament. The teams were closely matched, and every game was an exciting one. The finals saw Orfordvllle and Belleville fighting for consolation. Belleville came out the victors. Albany defeated Brooklyn 28-36 for third place, and New Glarus won over Brodhead for the championship title by the small margin of 18 to 16. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ 'B' BASKETBALL TEAM Bnck Row. left to right: Coach Eugene Tornow. Jordan Carlson. Ray Laugh ridge, Riley Gelbaeh, Billy Pryce, Speed Wilkinson. Trainer Ben Bosshart. ('enter Row, loft to right: LeRoy Elmer. Donald Sisson. David Barnes, Eugene Krueger, Hollis Mueller. Kenneth Mitchell. Frank Stewart. Front Row. left to right: Ewaid Zwickey. Gordon Steindorf. Kenneth Klttlesen. ♦ ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE BASKETBALL SEASON 1940-1941 They We Tuesday. Nov. 15, Alumni. Home 20 16 Wednesday. Nov. 20, Brodhead. Home 14 9 Friday. Nov. 29. Juda, Home S 20 Friday. Dec. 6. Monticelio. Away 10 14 Tuesday. Dec. 10. Belleville. Away 23 15 Friday, Doc. 13. Now Giants, Home 14 9 Thursday. Dec. 19. Orfordville. Away 16 12 Friday. Jan. 10, Hollandale. Away 6 9 Tuesday. Jan. 14. Brodhead. Home 7 10 Friday. Jun. 17. Juda. Away 14 16 Friday. Jun. 24. Monticelio. Home 14 10 Tuesday. Jan. 2$, Belleville, Home 17 15 Friday."Jan. 31. New Glams. Away 14 13 Friday. Feb. 7. Orfordville. Home 3 6 Tuesday. Fob. 11. Brooklyn, Away 15 $ Friday. Feb. 14. Hollaudale. Away. 10 17 Wednesday. Feb. IS. Brooklyn, Homo 8 9 ★ ★ 1941 ★ ★★ ★ BASEBALL Standing lert to right: loach Tomow. Moses Laughrldge, Jordan Carlson. Robert Frau t achy, Ray La ugh ridge, Riley Gelbach. Donald Jones, and Billie Pryce. Seated: Frank Stewart, Kenneth Mitchell. Eugene Krueger. David Barnes. Donald Sisson. Harold Eld red, Budge Oostdik. and Kenneth Kittelsen. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941 WINNING BOYS INTERMURAL BASKETBALL TEAM (SENIORS) Standing, left to rig'ht: Coach Elmer, Rilev Gelbach, Robert Atkinson. Paul Pants worth. Speed Wilkinson, and Leroy Elmer. Seated: Gordon Stelndorf. Frank Nuwash, Harry JnrobUon. .lack Croake. ami Moses Laugbrldge. WINNING GIRLS INTERMURAL BASKETBALL TEAM (SOPHOMORES) Standing, left to right: Coach Winn, Hazel Blunter. Barbara Glass, and lads Falk. Seated: Carol Barnes. Isabel Tobin. Phyllis Petersen and Rose NVaolchlL ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ tu m GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION First Row. loft to right: Jenn Stelndorf. Arlono Peckhnm, Phyllis Peterson. Betty Grnv-enor, Jean Gravenor. ami Carol Barnes. Second Row: Lois Falk. Alice Cleveland. Miriam Davis. Merle Reynolds. Joyce Reasa. Bornadine Dunphy. Isabel Tobin. Kathryn Tobin, and Inez Kopp. Third Row: June Purintun. Lorraine Falk. Lois Barton, Gloria Wlttwor, Marian Jacob son. Jeanne Molm. Charlotte Dixon. Mary Lou Wood. Madeline lx offet. and Mlsa Barton. Fourth Row: Irene Kopp. Mary Dunphy, Eva Stephenson, June Dixon, Hazel Blumer. Mary Waolchli, and Charlotte Peterson. Fifth Row: Barbara Glass. Evelyn Bagley. Shirley Jones. Jeanne Barnes. Rose Wael-chll, and Alice Root. ★ ★ ★ ★ 19411941 CALISTHENICS CHEERLEADERS Loft to right: Charlotte Peterson, Alice Cleveland, and Ix»Is Barton.★ ★ ★ ★ GIRLS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT FRESHMEN Coach Miss Rachor Jeanne Molm (Mysterious Miss Molm) Jean Steindorf (Stagnant) Jean Gravenor (Galloping) Arlene Peckhum (Punk Shot) Jean Barnes (Buzsard Bait) ♦ SOPHOMORES Coach Miss Barton Hazel Blumor (Blue Beard) Isabel Tobin (Tally Ho) Phyllis Peterson (Puddln' Head) Carol Barnes (Bucket) Lois Falk (Four Score) Roho Waelchll Wild and Woolv) Barbara Glass (Get Your Man) JUNIORS Coach Mrs. Winn Marian Jacobson (Johnny Kotz) Gloria Wlttwcr (Windy) Alice Mae Cleveland ((’rack Shot) Bornndine Dunphy (Durable) Kathryn Tobin (Turn About) Mary Waelchll (Wizard) Mary Wood (Whoopstor) ♦ SENIORS Coach Mr. Blrner Alice Root (Rat Bait) Lois Barton (Black Ball) Chorlotto Petorson (Pic Face) Madeline Loetfel (Little Bob) Irene Kopp (King Kong) Inez Kopp (King Kong) June Dixon (Dandy) Shirley Jones (Jelly Roll) Mary Dunphy (Dimples) The Seniors were defeated by the sophomores In the first game of the tournament, and the Freshmen, by the Juniors. In the finals the Sophomores wore the champions; the Juniors, second place winners; Seniors, third place winners; and last hut not least, the Freshmen, fourth place winners. The Senior girls played the All-Star team composed of girls from the other three classes and defeated them 16 to 12 In the benefit game for our annual. The line ups were as follows: Seniors Alice Root June Dixon Lois Barton Helen Stewart Madeline Loeffel AM Stars Isabel Tobin Marian Jacobson Phyllis Peterson Jean Steindorf Jeanne Molm Mary Uni Wood The girls are planning on having a picnic on the eighth of May. They usually have a weiner and marshmallow roast. In the spring and fall we play soft ball or klttenball. or dance rolk dances. Teams are usually chosen ‘by certain members of each class. We also go on hikes in the pleasant months. In gym class for our warm-up we take calisthenics. Then after that we play basketball. We are awarded medals for the points we make in the activities we participate in. ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ ★ 1940 SCHOOL CALENDAR 1941 FIRST SEMESTER September 2. 1940. School started. October 4. 1940. Freshman party (sophomores) October 2-1. 1940. Halloween party (seniors) October 28 to November 5, 1940. Flection campaign November 5, 6. 7. 1940, Milwaukee Teachers Convention November lf . 1940 Brodhead basketball game November 29. 1940. Judn basketball game December 5. 1940, Junior class play ("This Night Beware") I ecember 6. 1940, Montlcello basketball game December 10. 1940, Belleville basketball game December 13. 1940, New Glams basketball game December 19. 1940, Orfbrdville basketball game December 20, 1940. Christmas party (freshmen) December 21. 1940. Christmas vacation began January 0. 1941. School was resumed January 10, 1941. Hollnndale basketball game January 14. 1941. Brodhead basketball game January 14 to January 20. Semester tests January 17. 1941. Jttda basketball game SECOND SEMESTER January 24. 1941. Montieello basketball game January 28. 1941. Belleville basketball game January 31. 1911. Now Glams basketball game February 11. 1941. Brooklyn basketball game February 14. 1941. Madison Teachers Convention February 14. 1911. Hollundak basketball game February IS. 1941. Rat and Buffalo benefit game February 19. 1911. Brooklyn basketball game February 21. 1941. School party (Juniors) February 20. 27. 2S, March 1. New Glams basketball tournament March IS. 19. 20. Intramural basketball games March 28 Senior class play ("Brlngln Home the Bacon") March 21, 1941, School lunches started April 3. 1941, Albany forensic contest April 4. 1941. Forensic contest at New Glarus April . 1941. Faster vacation began April 14. 1941, School was resumed April IS. 1911. School party (girls) May 2. 3, 1941. Band tournament at Monroe May 16. 1941, Junior prom May 26, 1941, Senior class trip May 28. 1941. Class night May 29. 1941. Commencement exercises May 29. 1941. School picnic May 3o. 1941, Decoration Day exercises May 31, 1941, Alumni banquet 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★T|% SENIOR CLASS PLAY Standing, loft to right: Helen Stewart. Director -Miss Barton. Alice Root. Speed Wilkinson. Lois Barton, and Miriam Da via. Seated: Madeline Looffel, Riley Gelbach, Shirley Jones. Robert Atkinson. Kenneth Klt-telsen. and Charlotte Peterson. ♦ "BRINGIN' HOME THE BACON Director. Mias Barton CHARACTERS Myron Meadows, who publishes a small town newspaper.................... Robert Atkinson Priscilla Meadows, his youngest daughter............................. Madeline Loeffel Carlottft Meadows, his "highty-tighty" daughter ................................... Lois Barton Marigold Meadows, his "scrappy" daughter .................................. Alice Root Poppy Meadows, his "actress" daughter............................... Charlotte Peterson Mrs. Gunther. « wealthy society matron ................................... Miriam Davis Dexter Gunther, her son .............................................. Kenneth Klttelsen Steve Stoneham. n most unusual young man ............................... Riley Gelbach Howard -Milton, who is easily eroharassed ............................ Harland Wilkinson Mrs. Nettie Splng, a "widder" who owns a farm ........................... Shirley Jones Martha Biddle, who never tires of asking questions ..................... Helen Stewart Place: The action of the play takes place In the living room of the Meadows household on the outskirts of a medium-sized Eastern town. Time: Act One: La to afternoon In May. Act Two: Noon, two weeks later. Act Three: Late afternoon, several weeks later. 1941★ ★ ★ ★ JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Hack Row: Ewald Zw lckey. Harold Eldred, Charles Thai man, Robert Kraut achy, Jimmie Marker. Donald Sisson. Jordan Carlson. Front Row: Kathryn Tobin. Evelyn Bagley. Mary l»u Wood. Marian Jacobson. Gloria Wittwer. Bernadine Dunpby. Alice Cleveland. ♦ "THIS NIGHT BEWARE Miss Barton. Director CHARACTERS Tod Miller, the proprietor of Black Crow Inn ...................... Robert Frautschy Marthy Hawk, the witch woman ......................................... Gloria Wittwer Velma Bayne, who gives a ghost party................................. Marian Jacobson Francis Mallory, her escort and guest ................................ Evald Zwickey Madame Zora. a spiritualistic medium ................................. Evelyn Bagley Sukey Simmons. Velma's darky cook .................................... Mary Lou Wood Lazarus Jones. Velma's darky gardener ............................. Charles Thahnnnn Nan Carteret. Velma's guest ......................................... Alice Cleveland Hugh Stanton. Velma's guest .......................................... Jordan Carlson Harriet Hotchkiss, Velma's guest................................... Bernndtno Dunphy Tommy Meadows. Velma's guest ........................................... Donald Sisson The Ghost of Alan Blair ................................................lames Marker The Devil, who haunts the Black Crow Inn .............................. Harold Eldrod Assistant Director................................................... Kathryn Tobin Time: A stormy October night. Place: A summer resort in the Cumberlands. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941 ★★ ★ ★ ★ FORENSICS Seated, left to right: Charlotte Peterson, Gloria Wittwer. Marian Jacobson, and Lola Barton. Standing, left to right: Jeanne Barnes, Franklin Dituner, and Shirley Jones. ♦ The year of 1338 saw Shirley Jones and Charlotte Peterson competing for the humorous declamatory honor. Charlotte took first. Shirley took second. Charlotte again went out In 1939 and took second. In 1940 Lois Burton and Marian Jacobson took up extemporaneous reading, while Gloria Wittwer took up serious declamatory. Jeanne Barnes with her "Who's Afraid" was this year's contestant in humorous declamatory. Franklin Dlttmer was this year's contestant in extemporaneous speaking. He received second at the district meet nt New Glams. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ SCHOOL BAND First Row. lert to right: Jean Stelmlorf. Sammy Ferguson. Arlene Peckham. Charlotte Peterson. Robert Atkinson, David liames. Bon Bosshnrt. Irene Kopp. Marilyn Flora. Camille Tilley. Viola Stunts, anil ! orothy Whipple. Second Row: Director Hughes. Leroy Elmer. Alice Cleveland. Gloria Dixon. Kenneth Klttelsen. June Dixon. Gordon Steindnrf. Robert Frautsehv. Harry Jacobson. Budge Oostdlk. Mary Lou Wood. I onaId Cleveland. Jeanne Moltn. and Jimmie Harker. Third Row: Douglas PoCkham. Albert Phillips. Suzanne Osborne. Dorothy Jacobson. lx)is Barton. Alan Peterson. Carol Barnes. Joyce lteasa. Junior Hoesly. and Donald Schenk. Fourth Row: Kugene Krueger. Ewald Zwickey. Frank Nuwash, Charlotte Dixon. Inez Kopp. Barbara Price, and Harold Bldred. ♦ Much of the success of the band Is due to tHr untiring efforts of the Band Mothers Club, which helps in buying uniforms. Instruments, and music, to the Board of Kducation which has never failed to support the hand and to Mr. Kahl who is always on hand with a word of encouragement. The band is proud and happy to live in a community which recognizes and appreciates the value of this organization, which stimulates interest for good music, and cultivates worthwhile leisure time for the young people. The student body realizes the advantage which such an organization offers it. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941 ★Tfct TOlHEfr aBl_______ ______ READY FOR REHEARSAL In March. 192$. .1 A. Hughes organized the Albany school band. The students received their inspiration after a concert "'as played In the Albany school by the Brod head school band. Principal Wears with the help of Mr. Peterson, the teacher of agriculture. got together a few instruments, such as the bass horn, the baritone, the snare and bass drums to make the nucleus for a musical organization. Eighteen students started In this band. Faithful work was done until the close of the school year at which time they presented a. short concert. In the fall of 1928 the board of education assumed the responslbilty and engaged Mr. Hughes to teach band music In the school for the ensuing year. There were twenty-eight enrolled in the course. In May. 1929. the band Journeyed to Stevens Point to take part In the music contest. Although the band did not carry away any honors, every member enjoyed himself immensely. l urlng the summer months this organization played many concerts both in and out of the city. The state was not divided Into districts until 1932: hence no ratings were given until that time. After that period of fluctuation or the bnnd between Class C and I is due to the graduation of experlnced players and the entrance of amateurs into the or- ganizatfon. Following Is a record of the contests attended, the day when they were and the ratings given. 1930 Milwaukee C 1931 Menasha C 1932 Waupun D (district) First 1932 Wisconsin Rapids l (state) First 1933 Waupun C (district 1 First 1934 Montlcollo c (district) First 1934 Green Bay c (state) 1935 Mineral Point D (district) First 1935 Wausau D (state) First 1936 Mineral Point 1» (district) First 1937 Mineral Point I (district) First 1938 Mineral Point ! (district.) First 1939 Mineral Point C (district) 1910 Monroe C (district) Second There have been no band contests since 1936. Music festivals at Madison have taken their place. 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★ Sftnattkasi SOLOISTS Standing, left to right: Gloria Wittwer, David Barnes, Donald Cleveland Gordon Stein-dorf, and Jeanne Molm. Seated: Sammy Ferguson, Barbara Price, Dorothy Whipple, Camille Tilley, Viola Stuntz, and Alan Peterson. ♦ This year the Albany schools were represented at the Monroe Band Tournament by eleven soloists, ami one duet. Some who participated in solo work this year were also In competition at a music festival before. These are: Gloria Wittwer, Donald Cleveland, Gordon Stoindorf, Sammy Ferguson, Barbara Price, Viola Stunts, and Alan Peterson. Albany has always been proud of their soloists since they have brought homo many honors. 1:1.1. ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★★ GLEE CLUB First How, left to right: Alice Cleveland. Jean Stelntlorf. Kathryn Tobin. Charlotte Peterson. Arlene Peckham. Joyce Rensa. Alice Root, and Jean Gravenor. Second Row: Mrs. Winn. June Purintun. Isabel Tobin. Lois Barton. Marian Jacobson. Barbara Glass, Hazel Blunter, and Mary Lou Wornl. Third Row: Eileen Stephenson. Phyllis Petersen. Shirley Jonw. Gloria Wittwor. Jeanne Molnt, and Madeline Looffei. ★ ★ ★ 1941FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Holding Banner: Robert Atkinson and Robert Frautschy. Back Row, standing: Ben Boeshart, Duane Zweifel. Charles Thalman. Donald Jones. Paul Farnsworth. Ray Laughridge, Jordan Carlson. Billy Pryee. and the adviser. Mr. V. U. Elmer. (Center Row: Eugene Krueger. Kenneth Speieh. Budge Oostdlk. Sammy Ferguson. Donald Schenk. Hollis Mueller, and Kenneth Mitchell. Front Row: Moses Laugh ridge. Frank Stewart, Frank Wood. Kenneth Kittlesen. Harold Mauerman. and Alan Peterson ♦ OFFICERS President - - Kenneth Kittelsen Secretary - - Moses La ugh ridge Vice President - Rohert Atkinson Reporter - - - Robert Frautseby Treasurer - - • Donald Jones Advisor .... Victor Elmer The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of farm youth enrolled In vocational agriculture in various high schools throughout the United States. This organization encourages leadership, cooperation, thrift, and Intelligence of the farming occupation. Through these things. It helps prepare youth for the serving of his country. 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ WINNETKAN STAFF Back ltow: Lorraine Falk. .laek Crouke. June Dixon. Paul Farnsworth. Speed Wilkinson. Miss Barton. Franklin Dltttner. Eva Stephenson. Kenneth KIttelsen. and Charlotte (Peterson. Front Row: Gordon Stelndorf. Mary Dunphy. Shirley Jones, Ixds Barton. Eileen Stephenson, Alice Root, and Riley Gelhach. EDITOR: lads Barton. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. Shirley Jones. AI VERT1SI XG COMM ITTKE: Jack Croake. Charlotte Peterson. Mary Dunphy. June Dixon. Alice Root. ALUMNI COMMITTEE: Paul Farnsworth. Riley Gel bach. SPECIAL FEAT PRES: Forensics: Charlotte Peterson. Music: Speed Wilkinson. Calendar: Eva Stephenson. Gordon Stelndorf. Snapshots: Eileen Stephenson. Literary: lx»rralne Falk. Speed Wilkinson. Typists: Franklin Dittmer. Paul Farnsworth. Physical Education Committee Girls—June Dixon. Boys—Kenneth Kittiesen. 1941 ★ ★ LITTLE HERALD STAFF Bank Row: Kwald Zwlckey, Harold Kldred. Robert Frautschv. Miss Barton. Jimmie Harker and Jordan Carlson. Front Row: Hazel Blum'er. Joanne Molm, CSJoria Wittwer. Alice Cleveland. Marian Jacobooii. Lois Barton, and Kathryn Tobin. The Little Herald Is a section of the Albany Herald, which Is published each week. Our part deals with the happenings at school. This consists of news about the classes, sports, band, glee club, humor and many oddities of interest. 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ALUMNI ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ THE A. H. S. CONTRIBUTION TO HOLLYWOOD John B. Lltel, Albany's own movie star. wa« born in Albany on December 10. 1894. He atlendeii the Albany Grade School and in 1911 was graduated from A. H. S. After spending some time at the University of Pennsylvania, he went on the stage. One of his biggest starring roles was In the stage version of "Irene.” His first feature length movie was "The Sleeping Porch" in 1929. Mr. LI tel now is under contract to the Warner Brothers’ Studio in Burbank. California. He admit that his favorite sport Is baseball, and his hobby is painting landscapes. In case you are Interested John B. Lite! is his correct name although tnany of big friends refer to him as “Jack.” He Is five feet eleven Inches tall and weighs one hundred and eighty pound . He has brown hair and hazel eyes. All of Albany as well as the Albany High School Is proud of the most Illustrious alumnus to go out from the portals of the little school upon the hill. Whenever Mr. Lite] appears In a movie, all ol us are proud to say. "He Is from our home town." 1941 ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ 1891 ALUMNI 1940 CLASS OP 1891 Nettle Flint-Woodbury................... 219 North Bassett St., Madison. WIs. CLASS OP 1892 Flo Ann Is Stephenson .............. Minnie Brock wuy-Knbso.............. Aertle Carle-Win-bigler............. Hannah Coon-Lock wood (Mrs. Prank) Minnie Grey-Fowler.................. Abide Green ........................ John Lite! ......................... ........ ............... Albany, AVIs. ............ It. P. I)., Evansville. WIs. Matron. I.O.O.P Home. Green Bay, AA’is. .......................... Green, Iowa ....82-1 Central Ave.. Kansas City, Mo. ............................. deceased .......................... Oregon. AVI8. CLASS OP 1893 Myrtle Atkinson-Con way ..... Lillian Kidred-Fleek ........ Jesse T. Gravenor ............ Allie Howard................. Mary Jones-Ramsey (Mrs. AVni.) CLASS OP 1894 .......... Albany, AA'is. ............... deceased ----- Atlanta, Georgia Los Angeles, California ...It. P. D.. Albany. AVis. Lena Albert non-Lewis (Mrs. Edwin) Angellno Hulburt .................. Mae Lite!(Prichard ............... Harry Mat hems .................... Sadie Pholps-Gce................... Richard Thurman .................. Lila AVatkins .................... C. AV. WWtcomb..................... Wm. Jiache ....................... It. P. I ., Belleville. WIs. ..........Oak Park. 111. ........... Oregon. AA'is. ................ deceased ................ deceased ............... deceased ............... deceased ................ deceased ....... Janesville. AVIs. CLASS OF 1897 Jessie Broughton-Grovonor.......... Pearl Flint-Nelson ................ Clara Kittleson-Ooidoii .......... Ella Moore-Howman ................ Lulu Van-Patten ................... Warren Roberts .................... Mabio Sllver-NVobster (Mrs. AVIIbur) Lelia Tumor ...................... Agnes Walters-Pengra (Mrs. Prank) .............1559 Ellis Ave.. Chicago. HI. .................................... deceased .....................R. P. I).. Albany AVIs. .............................. Albany, AA’is. .......................... Evansville, AA'is. 4976 Catoctln Drive, San Diego. California -. .......................... M id i son. AA’is. .............................. Albany. AA’is. .................... R. P. D.. Monroe, AVIs. CLASS OP 1398 Etta v tk in son-Kd wards (Mrs. E. L.) ... Grace Burton-Got hompson (Mrs. Ben) . Mary Broderick...................... Emma Croako.......................... Coy I a Flint Belle .................. Aitlia Grnves-Prnncls (Mrs. Arthur) ... Hamel Thurman-Smlth .................. Ora White............................. .................. Monroe. AA'is. ................. Portage, AA'is. 3Ht Cherry St., Janesville, AVis. 310 Cherry St. Janesville, AVis. ............. Lake Forest. 111. 618 Monroe St., Janesville, AA’is. ....................... deceased ................. Madison. AA’is. CLASS OP 1901 Harriet Blakeley-Pord ... Elizabeth Croake .......... John PRitgomli|............ Addle Pilnt-Ayres ........ Ben Grey ................. Katio Jacobson-Reynolds I. R. Klttleson .......... Nettie Luce-Luchslngor .. Earle Tilley ............. Lillian AVessol ........... ................. Umatilla. Oregon ..................... Albany. AA’is. 15 Marshall place. Janesville. WIs. ...................... Albany. AVIs. .................. Evansville, AVis. ........................... deceased ............ Stevens Point. AA’is. .................. Belleville, AA'is. Title ami Trust Bldg.. Chicago. 111. . East 16th Ave.. Denver. Colorado ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ - Fred Blakeley........... Margaret Croake-Shearman Joe Hemingway .......... Louis Mitchell ......... George Thurman.......... Claudia Turner.......... CLASS OF 1902 ......................... R. F. D., diet ok. WTb. .................................. Albany. Wls. ..........................U. F. ! .. Oregon. III. ................... deceased 170$ limner St.. Rockford. III. ................ Albany. Wls. CLASS OF 1903 Floy Atherton ........................... Walter Bubb............................. Margaret Hewltt-MdCormfck (Mrs. John M.) Jay Murrey ............................. Alice Mnrtln-Habermnn .................. Florence Phelps-MIlllard ............... Frank Roberts .......................... .............................. deceased .............................. deceased .4117 N. Commercial Ave., Portland. Ore. ........2607 Stevens St.. Madirou. Wls. ............................. deceased .............. Jenner. Alberta. Canada .................. McGregor. Minnesota CLASS OF 1905 Edna Dodge-Dooley..........................................................deceased Erwin Graves....................................................... Albany. Wls. Irone Tilley-Graham ............................................. Evansville, Wls. CLASS OF 1906 Vera Baker-Harper ....... Mae Broderick-Grave . Bessie Cleveland-Kennett Jessie Dodge-Bristow ... Lydia ilulburt-Rlpley____ Verna Kittleson ........ Hoy I’helps ............ Tossl© Warren-Kvans ... Flossie Morgan-Smiley .. ................... Junction City. Oregon ............................ Albany. Wls. .......... 1607 Adams St.. Madison. Wls. .................... Walkervlllo, Ontario ....................... Aztec, New Mexico ................................ deceared ............................. Albany, Wl«. 2149 Shlolah Way, Sacramento, California ............................. Albany. Wls. CLASS OF 1907 Grace Blnekford-LaFInsh (Mrs. l»on) .............201 East Broadway. Vjroqua. Wls. Marian Phelps................................. 4423 North Whipple St.. Chicago. 111. Robert Smiley ........................................................ Albany. Wls. CLASS OF 190S Hart Croako.................................... 2313 B. Park Place. Milwaukee. Wls. Max Murrey.................................. 1640 SA Ave.. San Anselmo. California Rose Wessel-Holum ......................................................... deceased CLASS OF 1909 John Atherton .................... Lyle Barton ...................... George Bishop .................... George Croake .................... Hazel Edwards .................... Telia Griffin .................... Fannie Hulburt-Rydor.............. Edith Lewlg-Staley (Mr . I) C.) ... O-en Lewis ....................... Mao Nlcholls-Jolinson (Mrs. Thos.) .............................. deceased .......................... Payne. Ohio 685 Park ride Ave., Buffalo. New York ..... P'28 N. Hermitage. Chicago. III. ......................... Chicago. HI. ........5814 11th Ave.. Kei’.orh i. Wls. ..................... OJol. California .............R. F D., Brooklyn. Wls. ......................... Albany, Wls. ...................... Livingston. Wls. CLASS OF 1910 Maurice Barton .................... Georgia Hump-Gordner (Mrs. Henry) Frank Christopher ................. Leroy Gilbertson ................. Ernest Kittleson................... Mary Ruuhlow Zentnor.............. Harriet TUley-Letmncl ............ Nathan Tilley .................... Harry Walters .................... .................... Albany. Wli. ................... Delavan, Wit. .................... Albany, Win. .................... Chicago. III. .................... Albany. Wls. .........v......... Albany. Wls. 1716 Kendal. Ave., MadLon, Wls. ........ 849 8th St.. Beloit. Wls. .................Montlcello, Wls. 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ CLASS OF 1911 Charles Atherton ........................................................... deceased John LItel ....................................... 4724 White Oak, Knclno. California Poncy Palmer Schaefer................................. 4521 42nd St.. Milwaukee. WIs. Harry Peckham .............................................................. deceased lva Towns .............................................................. Albany. Wl». Ivan Towns ............................................................. Albany, Wts. Vanco Wall.................................................. R. F. 1».. Brodhead. WIs. Clarissa Wood .............................................................. deceased Walter WioOd ................................................. R. F. I).. Albany. WIs. CLASS OF 1912 Esther Asmua-McOreedy (Mrs. Cecil) Grace Bartlett-Edwards (Mrs. Harry) Ray Dodge .......................... Cliff© Gelbach .................... Ina Qllbertson-lAichsinger ......... Louie H. Jones-Watts (Mrs. Frank) . Luther Klttleaon ................... Ethel Lewls-Herty (Mrs. Thos. ( .) .. Cecil Wlmleu ........................ John Wood .......................... ................. R. F. D., Montlcello, WIs. .............................. Albany. WIs. ................................. deceased ............................ Albany. WIs. ................................ deceased .................. R F. I).. Brooklyn. WIs. ................... R. F. I).. Albany. WIs. ................R. F. I ., Evansville. WIs. 9220 Dexted Boulevard. Detroit. Michigan ............................ Albany. WIs. CLASS OF 1912 Addle Curvor-Tjoeffel (Mrs. Fred) . Fay Fllnt-Prestegard .............. Florence Knapp Trow (Mrs. Don) .. Kenneth Knapp...................... Edna Phelps ....................... Shirley Roberts-Oroake (Mrs. Ray) Will Ruehlow ...................... llarry Smiley ............. ....... Georgia Smlih-Broughton (Mrs. Cal) ........................ Albany, WIs. ............................ Lee. 111. ...............R. F. I .. Albany. WIs. ............... Tolley. North Dakota ........................ Albany. WIs. ......................... Albany, WIs. ............................. deceased .............. R. F. D.. Albany. Win. ............... It. F. D.. Albany. WIs. CLASS OF 1911 Francis Atkinson .......................................................... Albany. WIs. .Mildred Goslyn ................................................... Brodhead. WIs. Crls Ixmson-Eldred (Mrs. Emmett C.) ............................. Luther. Michigan Marie Lamson-Colo (Mrs. L Fayette) .......................... White Cloud. Michigan Burnett Wood ........................................... It- F. 1 .. Carlton. Oregon CLASS OF 1915 Frances At kin sou-Car Ison (Mrs. Carl) Harry Croake ...................... Grace Edwurds-Schwartzlow .......... Bessie Gollmch-Moote............... May Hughes McGinuity............... Walter Lewis ...................... Mabel Ostrander-Jones I Mrs. Dell) ... l-e-dto Partridge ................. Jessie Peckham ..................... Chester Phelps...................... Joseph Reeves ..................... ................. R. F. I .. Albany. WIs. .......................... Albnnv, WIs. ............................... deceased ...9 Chowringhe© Road, Calcutta. India .......... fill 5tli Ave. Janesville. WIs. ........................lecenaed. A.E.F. ........................... Albany. WIs. ......... 7316 22ml Ave., Kenosha. WIs. .......................... Albany. WIs. 916 South Press St.. San Antoni i. Texts ....................... Milwaukee. WIs. CLASS OF 1916 Alice Barton ....................................................... Albany. WIs. Carrie Graven or-Vanco (Mrs. John) .................................. Osage, Iowa Avail Lewis-Wood ...................................... R. F. ! .. Carlton. Oregon Stollu Preoce-Jarman (Mrs. Richard) ........................ R. F. I .. Albany. WIs. Lucille Pryce-Atkinson ............................................ Albany. WIs. Fleda Smlth-Moore (Mrs. Lewis) ..................................... Albany. WIs. Alice Wall Johnson .............................................. Brodhead. WIs. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ CLASS OF 1917 Thomas Cronke .................... l orlfi Glllotto-Stalndorf (Mrs. Emil) Esther Heln-Osborne (Mrs. E. O.) Harry Jacobson ................... Birdie Lewis-Root (Mrs. Rny) ..... John Ostrander..................... linrlolgh Peckham ................ Kina Peterson..................... Ivan Phelps....................... Mary Smiley ...................... William Wall..........?.......... Lllah Wlmlen ..................... ....................... Burlington, WIs. ........................... Albany. WIs. ........................... Albany, WIs. ........................... Albany, WIs. .............. U. F. I).. Brooklyn. WIs. ...... Veterans Hospital. Madison WIs. ......................... Roscohel, WIs. ......235 So. Jackson. Janesville. WIs. 1906 Kf’ehne Ave.. Indianapolis. Indiana ---- Bartlotte Hall. Cedar Rapids, Town ..................... Lake Geneva. WIs. . 2315 Mentor Road. Detroit, Michigan CLASS OF 1918 Dale Atkinson ............................................U. F. I).. Albany. WIs. Dolle Aikln»on-Trow (Mrs. Win.) ..........................It. F. I)., Brooklyn, WIs. Alma Johnson-Rose (Mrs. Herbert) ....................................Tomnh. WIs. CLASS OF 1919 Fay Atherton Kruth (Mrs. Arnold) ..............341 West Park St.. Lapeer. Michigan Amamla Carlmm-Potter (Mrs. Nathan) ...................... It. F. IX. Janesville. WIs. Stewart Con wav..........................36 South Roselawn Ave.. Pontiac, Michigan Helen CrOake-Kaufman (Mrs. Geo.) ....................... 317 Court. Janesville, WIs. Kiln Hein ............................................................... Albany. WIs. Dorothy Jarohm-Dufloth i Mrs. Arthur) ....... 1641 17th Ave., Long; Beach. California Genevieve Jacobson-Wohh ............................................. Albany. WJs. Gladys Jonus-Frautsehy (Mrs. Meric) ..........................R. F. IX. Albany. WIs. Mamie Larmor-Dohs (Mrs. L'.oyd) ........................ It. F. ! ., K.vansvllle. WIs. Hazel W. Lewis .......................................................... Albany. WIs. Cecllo Popunz-Schullz (Mrs. Emil) ....................... It. F. IX Evansville. WIs. Lucy Sui!th-Sowl (Mrs. Carson) ........................ « 03 10th St.. Monroe. Wist. CLASS OF 1920 Cerl'e Anderson-DlsCh (Mrs. Henry) ..... Thelma Armstrong Burt (Mrs. Clayton) . Gladys Bowman Smith (Mrs. Forrest) ... Halil) Con wav ........................ Madeline Jacobus-Rutledge (Mrs, Ranald) Jos»p Mne Lltol-Jrhnston (Mrs. C. L.) .... Arlio Ramsey............................ Margaret Scott-Sleotte ................ Nellie Towns........................... .................. R. F. D.. Orfordvllle. WIs. ................... R. F. I).. Brodhead, Wig. ...........48 Westmoreland. Madison. WIs. . 4865 N Woodruff Ave.,Whlteflsh Bay. WIs. ----1650 Ho nvosa Ave., Hermoss Beich. Cal. ..... 1950 Mnvnolla Ave.. Ix mr Beach. Calif. ...........719 N. 36th St.. Milwaukee. Wis. ............................... Chicago. 111. .............................. Albany. WIs. OI.ASS OF 1921 Helen Armstrong-Scott (Mrs. Henry) Wlldit Berrym»nC!oyd (Mrs. Paul) .. Kugene Crawford ................... Hazel Edmunds-Sorenson ............ Royal Everlll ...................... Chester Francis..................... Claire GlIlette Brehm (Mrs. Alex) ... Vaughn McManus...................... Donald Part-ldge .................. Harry Partridge.................... Arthur Patchen .................... Fred Phelps........................ Kathryn Ram Fey-Ball (Mrs. Jchn M.) Stephen Swann ...................... Harry Thurman ...................... Kitty Webh-F.-onk (Mrs. Bon) 803 Bouton Ave.. Janesville. WIs. .................... Madison. WIs. ............. Clearwater. Florida ...........R. F. IX Janesville. WIs. ..... Roosovelt High. Beloit WIs. . 3030 16th St.. Lincoln. Nebraska ............ R. F. IX, Athens. WIs. 419 E. Milwaukee. Janesville. WIs. ..................... Albany. Wis. . 389 Ford Street. Barberton. Ohio ..................... Albany. Wis. 2522 Moland Ave.. Madison. Wis. ..... 1524 20th Ave., Monroe, Wis. ........... R. F. IX. Oregon. Wis. ..................... Albany. Wis. Commorce Bldg.. Manitowoc. Wls. ★ ★ 1941 ★ ★CLASS OF 1922 Harry Carroll ..............................................It. F. D., Albany, Wfs. Mae Gillette-Lundeon (Mrs. Goo.)___ 3751 North Ft. Washington Ave.. Milwaukee, Wis. Pauline Oravenor-Snvory (Mrs. Thos.) .............................. Atlanta. Georgia Tres8le He in-Payne (Mrs. Robt.) ............-.................. Rhinelander. NVIg. Arlene McManua-Partrfdge ............................................ Albany. Wia. Jake Scheisaer ..................................................... Cambria. WIs. Nellie Smith...................................................... Wauwatosa. WIs. Elsie Sylvoster-Worlow....................................... l-os Angeles. Callfonila CLASS OF 1923 R. Boyd Atkinson ....................... George Barton............................ Theodore Burroughs ..................... Haven EverIII .......................... Wilma Fllnt-Rlese....................... Bessie HugbeadC ufman .................. Lucille Lamb-Fatterson ................. Edward Oliver .......................... Beatrice Stepbeuson-Schelaser ( Mrs. Jake I Wilma Stephenson-Ross (Mrs. Stanley) ... Francis Thurman ...................... Genevieve Trow Gilbertson (.Mrs. Chris) Ivan Whalen ......................... .......................... Albany. WIs. 433 S. Central Ave.. Glendale. California ......................... Sheboygan. WIs. ...... 6444 Rolston. Ave. Norwood. Ohio ............................ Albany. Wig. .533 South Chatham St.. Janesville. Wig. ............................ Monroe. WIs. ............................ Albany. WIs. ............................Cambria. WIs. ............... R. F. ! .. Janesville. Wig. ............................ Albany. WIs. ........................ Evansville, Wis. ........................... Albany, Wis. CLASS OF 1924 Lowell Babcock ...................... Harry Baumgartner.................... Lucille BroughtotwSchultz ........... Lucille Francis Carpenter ........... Alvina Heln-Glhson (Mrs. Wm.) ....... Ruth Hood-Parks...................... William Hughes ...................... lv« Janea-Brlggs .................... Esther JonoK-Jifmmdrman (Mrs Fred) Ivan Klttleson ...................... Doris Knlgbt-Petergon ............... Hazel I ewlH-Singletary ............. Harlnitd Mitchell ................... Lllab Moore Mark ley (Mrs. Lyle) .. Charles Phillips .................... Ilia Smout Mahoney (Mrs. L. J.)...... Sidney Tilley ....................... ...................... Janesville. Wis. ...............818 9th St. Monroe. Wig. ... 4048 Cherokee Drive. Madison. Wis. ................................... Elm Grove. Wig. 012 Burton Place, Arlington Heights. 111. ....................... Miller. Indiana .......................................... deceased .......................... Albany. Wig. ................... R. F IX. Basco. Wis. ................ R F. 1).. Albany. Wit. .......................... Albanv. Wis. .......................................... deceased .................... New London. Wis. ....................... Gaines, Michigan .......................... Albany. Wis. ____ 2537 N. Downer St. Milwaukee. Wis. .......................... Waupun. Wis. CLASS OF 1925 Elizabeth Armstrong-Murphy (.Mrs. Gordon) ........................... Janesville, Wis. Alice Bump-Wrlght .................. 419 Second Ave. West. Mobrldge. South Dakota Catherine Carrol 1-Peters................................... 1029 11th St.. Beloit. Wis. Harriet GilVtte Cuthbert (Mrs. A. J.) ............. Ill Grand Ave.. Madison, Wis. Frank Holtsapflle ............................................ R. F. D„ Albany. Wis. Ruth Hutburt-Striker (Mrs. Paul) ....................... R F D., Moutloelio. Wis. Ava JanesOlson (Mr . Otto) ........................................R. F. D.. Beloit. Wia. Graco Jones-Moyer (Mrs. Frank) .......................................... Albany. Wis. Thelma Lewis ............................................................ Albany. Wia. Lena Matlioms-MUIer (Mrs. Donald) ...............2029 North 39th St., Milwaukee. Wis. Harry Melnert .................................................. Red Granite, Wfa. Helen Nye-Cmwford (Mrs. Eugene) ................................ Clearwater. Florida Henry Olson .................................................. R. F. IX, Albany. Wis. Helen SllvorSteurl (Mrs. Peter) ......................................... Albany. Wia. Paul Pnrlnion .................................................. Mason City. Iowa May Thornton ........................................................... Albany, Wis. John Thurman ...................................... 737 East Johnson. Madison, Wis. E.d i Twist Manke (Mrs. Henry) .............................. It. F. D., Povnotto. Wis. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★ CLASS OF 1926 Harold Glare ............................................... Arlington Height . 111. Lila Hein-Cbrisbbaum (Mr . Ray) ....................................... Argonne, Wl . Kiwyn KltteJsen ............................................. R. F. D.. Albany. Wl . Erma Klltzman-Prisk (Mrs. Willard) ............................... Monticello. Wl . Kinder Krueger ............................................It. F. ! .. Footville. Wl . Rachel Laughridge-NIpple (Mrs. (Tllman) .....................R. F. D. 3. Beloit. Wls. Ethel Lewis-Ayre (Mr . Arnold) ..................................... Brodheml. Wls. Orville Lewis .............................................R. F. ! .. Belleville. Wl . Florence Malkow-Keehn (Mrs. Walter) ........................ Box 366. Madison. Wls. Fred Lockwood ......................................................... Green. Iowa Hazel Oliver................................ 2011 E. I van hoe Place. Milwaukee. Wl . Lee Reasa................................................... R. F. I).. Brodhead. Wls. Ralph Reider ........................................................ Madison. Wls. Bernice Rhyner-Pfeutl (Mrs. Walter) ........................ R. F. I).. Albany. Wl . Wilbert Rhyner ........................................... R. F. I)., Montlcello. Wls. Nell Scott .............................................. R. F. 1).. Evansville. Wl . Ada Smlth-Rh.vner (Mrs. Casper) ....................................... Albany. Wls. Hilda Webb-Peckham (Mrs. Wayne) ....................................... Albany, Wls. Carroll Whalen ...................................................... Bon duel, Wi . Freda Zinunerli Wilson............ 102 Argonne Are.. Dept. 8. Long Beach. California Doris Ziimnerman-Gaarder (Mrs. Sever) ................................ Albany. Wis. Harriet Moore Tiederman (Mrs. John) ........................Swartz Creek. Michigan CLASS OF 1927 Cecil Broughton ..... ................... Union Broughton-Sollnow (Mrs. Roy) ...... Waiter Bump .............................. Shirley Conway .......................... Victor Davenport ........................ Ruth I 3lnn I)lilon (Mr , (’has.) ....... Roberta Krickeon-Locffel (Mrs. Al) ______ Elsie Ronsa-Broughton (Mrs. Don) ......... Wilma Francis ........................... totality I iughridge-McGratli (Mrs. Francis) Cecil Roberts-.Mable (Mrs. Ellsworth) .... Luella Smith-Polly (Mrs. Robert) ... ____ Thelma Stewart-FrlHch (Mrs. Edgar) .... Virginia Tilley-Day (Mrs. Carl) .......... Robert Theller........................... ............................ Rockford. III. ................. It. F. ! .. Monroe, Wis. ........... bookkeeper. Manitowoc, Wis. .......... postoffice clerk. Albany. Wis. ................. submarine, High Seas ....... 6317 Ken more Ave.. Chicago. 111. ........................... Albany. Wis. ........................... Albany. Wl . teacher. Krause school. Evansville, WU ................. U. F. ! .. Argyle. Wls. ........................... Albany. Wis. ......................... Rochester. Wis. .....................Fort Atkinson. Wl . .................... R 61. 'Madison. Wi . ............. brewery. Des Moines, Iowa CLASS OF I92S Vaughn Whipple .. Ila Webb .......... Lucille Sommerfeit George Roberts_____ Stanley Knight ... Helen Kittleson ... Marcelline Graves Earl Gillette...... Melvin Everill_____ Alice Davis ....... ........... green house. Monroe, Wis. teacher, Smiley school. Albany. Wls. Mrs. John Michaells, Brodhead. Wi . ...........army. Camp McCoy. Wls. ................ farm. Brodhead. Wi . . Mrs. Nathan Copleln, Monroe. Wl . .... Mrs. Vaughn Root. Albany. Wis. ......... army. Camp Walters. Texas ........ radio electrician. Chicago, III. ---- Mrs. Al Zimineili. Albany, Wls. CLASS OF 1929 Mary Atkinson ...................................... Mrs. George Rogers. Chicago, ill. Arnold Ayres........................................................garage. Brodhead. Wis. Beth Conwuy-Gnrdner ....................................................... deceased Pearl Gelbach .............. Mrs. Elbert Wittington, 8302 16th S:.. Silver Spring. Md. Letha Peckham ........................................ Mrs. Paul Zee. Brodhead. Wis. Carlyle Porterfield ................................ farming. R. F. D.. Brodhead. Wls. Ruth Smout Wheaton ........................................................ deceased Paul Zee ................................................... farming. Brodhead, Wi . ★ ★ 1941 ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ S Imtifcait CLASS OF 1930 Paul Baumgartner Hariaod Gillette It. F. D.. Brooklyn. WIs. Mildred Reasn Eugene Rech steiner Beulah Schultz Gladys Sommerfelt Helen Stefndorf Lucille Tilley Korn Erickson Walter Whitcomb Vallier Waltner Faye Shafer Clarissa Streeck CUVSS OF 1931 Frank Gillette Kenneth Baumgartner Ruth Qualley CLASS OF 1932 Virginia Bartlett Sum Bauman Mae Blurner Lorraine Dame William Hein Sheldon Holtsapple Floyco Janes Fay Jones Helen KUtsman Iva La ugh ridge Mrs. George Lange, Evansville, WIs. Lewis Peckham Ruth Pryce Betty Snow Fay Brewer Frances Blurner Mrs. Edwin Schllttler. R. F. IX. Monticello, WIs. Max Armstrong CLASS OF 1933 Dorothy Bagley Victor Briggs u llliam Briggs Harry Polo Krvln Coplein Arlene Hint Evelyn Krueger Loth a Laughrldge Alvin Miller Mrs. Clarence Zwelfel. It. F IX. Belleville. WIs. Harry Peterson Rose Schenk Gertrude Schultz Mrs. William Rhvner. Tt. F. IX. Albany. WIs. Ruth Streeck Eva Wescott Helen hit com h WiilHtd Zinimerli Lillian Zurfluh ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ CLASS OF 1934 Francis Donovan ................................................ cook, Rockford. III. Ellis Edwards........................................ business college, Madison. Vi». Helen Webb ........................................ Mrs. Ed Killingstad, Albany, Wls. Mary Thurman .................................... Mrs. Arthur Drlpps, Miami, Florida Raymond Altlmus ...................................... school teacher, Albany, Wls. Rodney Kittleson ...................................... F. B» I. agent, Columbus. Ohio Lon a Swann ................................. Mrs. Lewis Christopher, Hanover. Wls. Vllah Sommerfeldt ........................................... teacher. Verona. Wls. Clifford Reasu ............................................... cook. Rockford, III. Willis RcAsa ........................................ factory worker. Madison. Wls. Arnold Reusn ............................................. condensary. Albany, Wls. Elaine Pierce ............................................ housework. Madison. Wls. Arthur Peterson.......................................Air Corps, Muskogee. Oklahoma Grace Mauerman................................ Mrs. Leroy Stearns. New London. Wls. Ruth Jones......................................... Mrs. Robert Frye. Madison. Wls. Bonita. Jones ................................. Mrs. Lester George. Evansville, Wls. Perry Janes, .......................................army. Fort Sill, Tulsa. Oklahoma Mary Briggs....................................................at home. Albany. Wls. Mad’elene Brewer.................................... teacher. R. F. D.. Brooklyn. Wls. Phyllis Anderson Oren Burt ....... Hiv.vn Conners .. Donald Donovan John Christopher Vivian Dame .... Arthur Broughton Joe Graves ...... Jack Graves...... Dorothy Hulburt . June Jones ...... Charlene Krostue Alice Tegen .... CToo Cole....... Gean Kittleson .. Burnell Schultz . Kathryn Teale .. Donald Watts ... Ikirls Watts .... Carol Smiley ____ CLASS OF 1 Bar. ............... Mrs. Robert Itease. Brodhead, Wls. ............ meat packing company. Madison. Wls. .......................... salesman. Albany. Wls. ............................... cook. Rockford. III. ....................... army. Camp Walters. Texas ....... Mrs. Clarence Wendler. R F, D.. Juda, Wls. ........................ army. Fort Sill. Oklahoma ...................... army. Cnmo Walters. Texas ..................... Army, Maxwell Field. Alabama .. Mrs. Carlyle Porterfield. R. F. ! .. Brodhead. Wls. .............. Mrs. Raymond Althaus. Albany. Wls. ........Mrs. Ray Haddinger. R. F. I).. Albany. Wls. ......................... secretary, Madison, Wls. ......... Mrs. Wm Nlrnz, R. F D.. Evansville. Wls. ................... Mrs. Arnold Reasu. Albany. Wls. ............................. farmer, Albany. Wls. ... photo shop. Mrs. George Flaherty. Albany. Wls. ................... I Ixon Hardware. Albany, Wls. ......................... beautician. Monroe. Wls. ................................ home, Albany. Wls. CLASS OF 1936 James Croake ....................... Loo Francis ........................ Worden Francis...................... Alice Jones ........................ Daryl Malkow ....................... Maude Mooro-Fraucla (Mrs. Worden) Walter Beaaa ....................... Lillie Schenk ...................... Eunice Kochsteiner.................. Lillie Pfeuti ...................... Grace Sommerfeldt .................. ....... army, Camp Lewis, Washington ......... IT of Wisconsin. Madison. Wls. stipt. Green County farm. Monroe. Wls. Mr . Kenneth Du.xHtad. Janesville. Wla. ....... U of Wisconsin. Madison. Wls. .......................... Monroe, WH». ............. condensery, Albany. Wls. Mrs. Roger Thompson. Evansville. Wls. ..........C of Wisconsin. M idlson, Wla. .......... stenography. Milwaukee. Wls. ...... Mrs. Donald Watts. Albany. Wls. ('LASS OF 1937 Geneva Albertson ..................................... Mrs. Ben Heffel, Evansville, Wls. Robert Burdick ................................................ restaurant. Albany. Wh. Phyllis Broughton ...................................................... teacher. Albany. Wls. Faye Christopher........................................ IT of Wisconsin. Mvllsan. Wh. Shirley Hcosly ................................................... waitress. Chicago. III. Dorothy Jones....................................... Mrs. Norris Breeje. Janesville. Wla. Eva Jones ..................................................... beautician, Albany, Wls. Myrle Pryce.................................... Mrs. Glen Wenger. It. F. D., Albany, Wls. Harold Smout ................................................... farming. Albany, Wls. Maxine Stewart ................................................ beautician Allutny. Wls. 1941 ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ Wayne Albert son Joanne Atkinson . Helen Hurt ...... Dunne Dixon...... Charles Dixon ... Phyllis Ferguson . Maxine Gibbons .. Hnrvijy Graves ... Virginia Hoesly .. Naomi Jones ...... Maynard Klttleaon Jack Kail ........ Ruby Laughridgo . Antonia Nuwash . Harriot Phillips .. Kin ino Schllilter .. Klaino Stafford Fannie Marty .... Irene Strccck ____ Sylvia Weber .... Laura Smiley_____ macro CLASS OF 10:iS ................ farming. R. P. D.. Albany. Wls. ....................... housework. Monroe. Wls. ........... Mt. Sinai Hospital, Milwaukee, Wls. ................ U of Wisconsin, Madison, Wls. ....................... hardware Albany, Wit. ...... Mrs. Kenneth Baumgartner, Albany, Wls. ....... Mrs. Robert McKinney, Kvunsvllle. Wls. ................ fanning. R F. I).. Albany. Wls. ....................... housework, Madison, Wis. ................ teacher. R. F. D., Albany, Wis. ................ U of Wisconsin, Madison. Wls. ......................... farming. Albany, Wls. Mrs. Herbert Bernstein. R. F. D.. Brodhead, Wls. ...................... restaurant. Albany, Wis. .....Mrs. Roy Webb. Jr.. R. F. ! .. Albany. Wls. ............... Mrs. Walter Rofrsa, Albany. Wls. ............................. home, Albany. Wis. .............................. clerk. California .......... Mrs. Harold Dustau, Sheboygan. Wis. ............... Mrs. Claude Moore. Beloit, Wls. ............... U. of Wisconsin, Madison, Wls. CLASS OF 19311 Carol Broughton .............. Marian Comstock .............. Pauline Klttleson ............ Bernice Kiidow ................ Donald Root .................. Roy Webb....................... Charlene SnnderlJn............. lva Rainier................... Ruth Wells .................... John Lewis.................... Robert Gillette ............... George Bagley................. Robert Tobin ................. Laurence Dunpby................ John Zurfluh .................. Leroy Root ................... Ruth Klltaxnan................ Norma Jones ................... tkirene Jones-Culles (Mrs. Geo.) Charles Briggs................. Willis Baton ................. Vaughn Lewis .................. Sanford Weber ................. Ruth Peterson ................ Vance Anderson ............... ... Green County Normal. Monroe, Wls. .... stenographer. Monroe, Wls. .................... home, Albany. Wls. ...... Mrs. Harold Smout, Albany, Wis. ................. farming. Albany, Wis. ........ farming. R. F. ! .. Albany, Wis. ......................home, Albany, Wis. ....... home. R. F. 0.. Brodhead, Wis. ... Mrs. Leonard French, Monroe, Wls. ........fanning. R. F. D.. Albany, Wls. ... clerk in paint store, Madison. Wis. mi’.k tester. Green county, Albany, Wis. ................ Hillman’s, Chicago. III. ................farming, Albany. Wis. ................ f irming. Albany. Wis. .. engineering school, Milwaukee. Wls. . Mrs. Klin or Schudda, Evansville. Wis. . Mrs. Otis Thompson, Evansville. Wls. ............................... deceased ..................Tanning. Albany. Wls. ............... overseas fleet, Hawaii .................... home. Albany. Wis. .................... home. Albany, Wis. ......... waitress, hotel. Monroe. Wls. .................. home. Albany, Wls. CLASS OF 1910 Ikinetha Ferguson.................................................. homo. Albany. Wls. Victor Sucharski ............................... Marquette 1’nlversity. Milwaukee, Wls. Joyce Steindorf .......................................... clerk, bakery, Albany, Wis. Benjamin Sisson........................................ I of Wisconsin, Madison, Wls. Ellen Tobin ............................................ Hall Printing Co.. Chicago. III. Alvina Truax .................................................... home. Albany. Wis. Charlene Wlttwer.............................................beauty shop. Madison. Wls. Robert Zwlckoy ............................................... college. Ames, low Crescence Graves....................................Dr. Bongiorno’s office. Albany. Win. Betty Hoesly .................................................. clork. Milwaukee. Wis. Virginia Johnson ................................................. home. Albany. Wls. Doris Baton .............................................. Milton college. Milton. Wis. Elsie Johnson ..................................................... home. Albany. Wjs. Kenneth Morgcnthaler............................................ farming, Albany. Wis. Nelson Peterson ................................................ farming. Albany. Wls. Puuline Pryc.e............................. Mrs. Harold Hulburt, It. F. D.. Albany. Wls. Virgil Pryoe ................................................ coudensery. Albany. Wls. Benjamin Rlemer ............................................. farming, Brodhead. Wls. ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941★ ★ ★ Ulteattfeaii Reminiscences of Long, Long Ago “Albany’s first school was held in what Is now « part of the Nichols home, and was called, always, the 'Old Stone School House.' As nearly as I can remember the ’New School House’ was built in 1867. At least I nni not far out of the way. as my first school days In Albany were in 1888 and it Was used for the first time that year. There were only two rooms, up and down. 1 have no recollections, whatsover. of any teacher until 1862. my first year up. His name was John L. Stevens, that 1 know. He wore carpet slippers, and you could never tell whether he would walk over your head on the desks, or on the floor. In those days we were ruled toy forco. But, ho taught us, no question about that. He had the only dally paper In town, four large pages, and every morning he road aloud the war nows. Thus our early Civil War history came from u newspaper and not a book. "The school months were May. June. July. August November. December, January. and February. One young man named Carol was too weak for the big boys, and at mid vacation he faded out. However, he was reolaced bv u brawny rod-beaded Smith •by name, who quick y used his fists, and peace reigned. “The schools were not graded, ami no compulsary school law, and the pupils caino or stayed as tbo spirit moved. In 1866. I found myse’f finished, and In 1868 started what you now call a 'career.' in the lower room. The building, in the meantime, hud not changed. The walls were dirty—likewise the windows. If a school room was cleaned fn those days. It was done by 'teacher' and her largest girls. In the middle of the room stood one of those long Ik x stoves, that few of you have ever seen. It took five or six lengths of stove pipe to reach the chimney. Occasionally a tnischievlous hoy would push the stove—so we had a vacation while the pipe was cleaned. Vacations wore scarce in thoie days, consequently uo one was cross, hut the room was a mess. "My first summer loo names were registered. I do not know of one who Is living. The second was not as bad as far as attend nice was concerned. About 70. Bat—one-fourth of those had whooping cough, and never missed a day. Visualize that if you can. Sometimes I thought they would never breathe again, but there was no quarantine law. “About this time the old wooden de. ks were replaced by 'modern ones, please take notice, we really had modem' things long ago. The school year was changed the same as today. Also the “Little" school house was built on the west side. That helped soon , hut I never had less than 60 pupils there. P'ease remember that the schools wore still ungraded. In IS77 I left the old village school as I found It. and in a very few years it passed Into oblivion. And yet—Albany todny has fen who laughed or cried within its walls. "If the children wanted water, two o. them went down to Dell Jones’ home and brought back a pall fail, or what they d’d not koI’1. Some one. as a reward, passed it around. Albany had many able teachers ’upstairs' In those days. Mr. D. H. Morgan, who was county superintendent for years. Le Dow Harvey, afterward state superintendent of schools. Hal FoJIette. a graduate from an eisfe-n college. Boyd Jones. Ira F!agler, and others whom I cannot remember. All gone to their last rost. "This talk may seem wild to you. hut remember 'Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction. " Margaret Hewitt Bishop A native of Albany. The foregoing Reminiscences of Long. Long Ago were road at the Dedication Ceremonies of the Now Grade School und Gymnasium on Thursday evening. November 2a. may. 1941 ★ ★ 1941 J21MM CMor ' T « rw« r,.ir ..m .1★ TMnatifaut ■ 3ln iHemnriant Abble Green 1892 Lillian Eldred-Fleek Lllu Watkins 1894 Harry Math cans 1894 Sadie I'helpsGoe Richard Thurman C. W. Whitcomb Pearl Flint-Nelson Harriet Thurman-Smith Katie Jacobson-Reynolds 1901 Lou Mitchell 1902 Alice Martln-Haberman 1908 Walter 1903 Floy Atherton Edna Dodge-Dooloy 1905 Verna Kittloson 1906 Rose Weasel-Holm 1908 John Atherton 1909 Harry Peckham 1911 Charles Atherton 1911 Clarissa Wood 1911 Ina Gilbert son-Lnchsinger 1911 Ray Dodge ....... 1912 Wlllinm Reuhlow 1913 Grace Edwarda-Schwartxlow 1919 1915 William Hughes Hazel Lewis-Singlotary 1924 Beth Conway-Gnrdner 1929 Ruth Smout-Wheaten 1929 Dorene Jones-Culles 1939 ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941  1 61 ?r,» » y sumo SU' nwp t 3 tu u jTf w n iC4 • Surf J Ty JTJ i cJu».‘ry • v ntf tfWrtym . rf Jf f Jut ') «Bennv( • ft’ samci □ a h l H±l AA jr su «•! Wf? Bl •fit ★ ★ ★ Ji 111 «••• tt.l ★ ★ k 1941★ ★ ★ BASKETBALL MEMORIES Basket bull was introduced to Albany High School thirty-five years ago. Many of the details of those early games are forgotten, such as who played in certain games, ■who won. and who some of the opponents were. School athletics in those days were almost entirely a student affair. There was very little faculty control or supervision. Albany did not belong to the interscholastic association, and there were no basket ball leagues In this part of the state. It is not known who was first to advance the idea of playing basket-ball. When school started in the fall of 1905. none of the pupils of Albany High School had ever seen a game of basket ball, but evidently some had heard or read about the game, and a grbup In the school decided to try it. As stated, there was very little faculty supervision: also there was no athletic or other fund to finance such a venture or any school gymnasium to play in. AH finances had to be contributed by those taking part. They learned from a rule book what equipment they would need. It was decided that part of It could be made cheaper than it could be bought. The ba kets or hoops were made by a local blacksmith and the back Itoards. or bounding boards ns they were called, were made by the pupils. They bought the lumber and nailed it together on the rails of the railroad to get the back boards flat. They must have done a fairly good Job as these baskets and back boards were used for years in the opera house. As this was done before cold weather set in. this equipment was put up out of doors about where the high school building now stands. There, the pupils of Albany High School first played basket ball, self taught from a rule lawk as they had no coaching and very little refereeing. When the weather became cold, arrangements were made to practice In the village opera house. As there was no money for rent, there was a rule that every one coming to practice had to contribute five cents or more. This paid for hall rent and lights, but did not include heat. They practiced In the evening, often in near zero weather, sometimes for two or three hours, it until they were too tired to play more. Showers were not even dreamed ot In those days. There wasn't .much science to the playing: they just chose sides and went to it. If there was an extra person around, he would throw up the ball for the tip off and act as referee. At that time, there were two Iron posts supporting the roof of the opern house, and it was thought they would Interfere with playing, so only half the floor was used— a rather restricted area compared to the fine gymnasium now in use. This lack of coaching and supervision and haphazard playing conditions prevailed during the first two years of basket hall. In the fall of 1907 conditions improved F. J. Holt was hired as principal. He had played basket ball, was a good coach, and thoroughly understood the rules. I esplte the posts, he had the players use nil .of the floor of the opera house: the pupils acquired a better understanding of the game and developed team work. In those days the game was somewhat different than now. A player could not dribble—that is advance more than three steps while bouncing the ball. A free throw was given for all fouls such as traveling with the J»nll. double dribble, or more than one person on a team touching the ball at the same time an opponent was touching It. There was no taking it out of bounds as now. and there was a Jump at center after each basket and free throw made. The person fouled did not have to make the free throw attempt: nny player on the team could try. hence the one most proficient made nil the freo throw attempts. A player was not expelled from the game when he had made four personal fouls: there was no limit to the number of fouls a player could make and remain In the game. The first game of basket bail played by pupils of Albany High School was played in Monroe the winter of 19064966 with a team representing Monroe Business College. Albany was beaten, but not very much. The Monroe players were older and larger, but they had not had much more experience than Albany. It must have been very poor basket ball by present day standards. None of the Albany team had ever plaved before that year or even seen a regular game. They had had very little coaching and did not know the rules very well. Now players .cart in the grades and have several vears experience by the time they ure ready to play on the high school team. If there were other ★ ★ ★ ★ 1941 r TVs. BASKETBALL MEMORIES games played the first year, they do not come to mind. The second year (1906-1907; the itlrls played at Oregon, and later that year the girls' and boys' teams from Oregon played here. Albany won these games. Games were also played with Evansville, and during the next few years there was much rivalry between the teams of these schools with honors about evenly divided. Later they played Brodhead and Brooklyn. As usual the Albany and Brodhead teams had some haul fought games. Some of the players on these early boys' teams were Robert Smiley. Hart Croake", George t’roake, Marlon Phelps. Roy Phelps, and Max Murrey, followed by Nate Tilley, Frank Christopher. Jvan Towns. Lyle Barton. Clay Edwards. l»slle Partridge, Charles Atherton, John Litel, and others not recalled at this moment. Some of these players went on to win honors with other teams. Nate Tilley was very fast and an accurate basket shooter and principal free throw man during the four years he played high school basket ball. Later he played with a Monroe team and then with the Beloit Fairies professional team when they were taking on all comers. Hurt Croake went to Milwaukee Nonmil and played on the basket ball team when they won the state Normal School championship. Marion Phelps went to the University of Wisconsin and won his “W” with the squad of 1912 when Wisconsin was Western Conference Champion. Others continued to play with local amateur teams. This takes Albany High School basket ball through 1910. BASKET BALL MEMOS'ES OF 1912 The enrollment of the high school in the f: J of 1912 was about thirty-five. Of this number, ten were boys, only seven of whom played basket ball. This number was not suffclent for any determined practice, so we had to play with the tow n team, an aggravation which was plenty tough according to the standards of that time. We practiced against them three or four times a week, normally in the evening. We played In the old Opera House, usually cold, always showerless, and used the old home-made baskets and bounding boards, also chipping In a nickel or more apiece for the privilege of playing a couple of hours. Our match games were generally played on Saturday night when the larger crowds were In town. The gate receipts were from forty to sixty dollars, depending, of course, on the team we happened to be playing. The Madison game brought out the lar gest crowd ever to see a basket ball game In the Opera House. The receipts that night were in excess of eighty five dollars. The District Tournament at Platteville. however, was the highlight of the 1912-1913 season. While we did not win the tournament we had the distinction of being the only team that did bent the winners. The tournament was held on a Friday and Saturday with Monroe. Platteville High. Dodgevllle. Prairie « u Chieu, and Albany competing. We left Albany Friday morning about 9 A. M.. via train to Brodhead where we waited until noon, and then rode until we reached Platteville that afternoon sometime about 4 P. M. We hurried to the Normal gymnasium and found that we were to play the first game at once with Platteville who were already on the floor and waiting for us. When the game was over, tho score was Albany 36. Platteville 20. The next morning In the first game we played Dodgevllle and lost 29 to 24. In the finals Dodgevllle played Platteville with the latter winning 33 to IS. Monroe or Prairie du Chien did not win a game. Had we won from Dodgevllle we would have had to play Platteville agnin and then would not have been able to get back until Monday night. As It happened we had to go to school Monday morning. Perhaps the best picture of the two day trip Is given by the write-up in the "Exponent." the platteville Normal publication. "ALBANY, the only team to beat the winners of the cup. played fine, fust ball In their first game; and when they had l eatcn Platteville High, seemed to have their strongest competition out of the way. They clearly out-classed their first rivals 36 to 20. But by some freaks of the game, they were beaten Saturday morning by the Dodge-vllle team. They played poor ball and displayed little team work. Dodgevllle beat them out 29 to 24 and tbolr bright prospects went glimmering. Coach Guilford, you have a fast bunch, and you seem to play in hard luck. ★ ★ ★ 1941 ★ ★ Iflnntt ai! SONGS OF THE YEARS FRESHMEN JUNIOR CLASS POEM As freshmen we sire told Thai we sire not to he so bold Hut to bo very mild and meek And sifter knowledge Just to seek. The Juniors, a Jolly group are they, Uiughing and chattering the live long day. They lutroduce the prom each year To entertain friends with right good cheer. The sophomores east their glance our way. They think we're green as new mown hay. H it what they think Isn't knowing Tho' we may be green, we're still growing. This class has many talents great. Hut above the Senior they'll never rate. They are quite skillful In basketball In studies they rate both great and small. The Junto: are a jolly lot. Sometimes they put us on the spot. Tho' they really don't get tough. They always know when they've given enough. They gave n play "Tills Night Beware” Which Into the audience threw n scare. They also have student in the hand Who are a great big helping hand. The senior beam on u a broader grin. They think their lingo doesn't soak in. Ah they In their superior fashion Through the study halls go dashin . The Juniors look forward to next year When their commencement will draw near. We hope that they will do their heat. For the Senior’ slogan Is "never rest." The freshmen may be meek and mild. But they’re never any problem child. Just give us time, a year or two, And we'll show the world what we can do. ♦ ♦ SOPHOMORES FAREWELL It was Just la«t year when wo entered this school. A bright looking class so hard to fool; Our aim is to study, to work, ami to play. We hope nothing ever will step In our way. Tho study halls grow silent. We put our books away. We're a group of serious seniors On this our last school day. In the basketball tournament wo all played to win And nosed out the others with a victorious grin. Our boys took the third place, wo girls took first Now we are happy enough to burst. We linger in the class room. We gather In the hall. The world to us looks mighty big And wc never toll so small. We all abide by the Golden Rule. And our teachers wo don't try to fool: Our seventeen members are full of fun. Hut wo don’t quit till our work is done. More we've studied and played together 'Neath the guidance of teachers dear, Now we must solve life's problem And there'll bo no teacher near. Last year we were considered green; Thl year we're older and very keen. What a big difference it does make When upper classmen give you a break. Hut may the lesson they taught stay with us As we enter a world of strife. And he.p us to (111 our places O.tt there in the battle of life. Some students wonder why in tarnation We picked Tor our flower a pink carnation: Orchid and white on high we are lifting The motto we chose Is "Rowing not drifting." now as we write the finish To our happy high school days. We'll keep their golden memories And cherish them always. In two more years we will be through; Work to us will not he new. We will go out to meet the strife. And hope we'll have success In life. So farewell to our Alma Muter. To teachers aud schoolmates true. We set our feet on a separate path And take up tasks that are new. ★ ★ ★ 1941Thank You! ♦ We My a sincere thank you to all patrons of the advertising section of the 11 41 Wlnuet-kan; to those who furnished pictures; to those who purchased copies of the book: and to all who so graciously extended their cooperation and helped make possible this book.m INDIANA CONDENSED MILK COMPANY WE FURNISH A MARKET THE YEAR 'ROUND FOR MILK. TO 300 PATRONS AND THEY RECEIVE THEIR MONEY REGULARLY ON THE 10th ANO 25th OF EACH MONTH. WHY NOT JOIN THESE 300 SATISFIED PATRONS AND MAKE MORE MONEY WITH LESS WORK? WE EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE AND GUARANTEE A FAIR DEAL TO ALL. Indiana Condensed Milk Co. AL8ANY. WISCONSIN PHONE 196»S9K KKHRBiWHWBBOtSBWtBKI « « :: »•«•«•« X KK Ktf » w : n M •: «:: A Better Light for Better Sight . . . . NOTHING can stnml still, change Is Inevitable and continuous, either leading forword In line with progress, or backward. BI UCATION has made steady progress during the past 50 years. Your Bloc trie Company has kept steady progress by promoting Bettor Light for Better Sight In the schoolrooms, the homes and factories. YOUR ELECTRIC COMPANY congratulates the citizens of Albany on fifty years of progress and may we ho a contributing factor during the future, to march nlong with Albany toward a bigger and better tomorrow. Wisconsin Power and Light Company - ,_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ to :: :: :: :: :: n :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: •: :: :: ;; :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ;; „ :: :: :: :: ;; :: ;; :: ;; ;; :: : :: :: :: :: u x X x X X X x If high school students are grown-ups. who Is responsible for the paper dolls found In a library book? Most likely one of the hoys. (Say the girls.) Itxxxx.xx x XX 'X x x.x-ji xxxxxx.x.xiijt.-i:.a:i,:«;:waix,: Xx i;,s:« KBt xXxxxxx x xxxt.HU xxiix xx x xx P YRAMID PAPERS PYRAMID PAPERS has set a new standard of excellence in the School. College and commercial field. The choice of users who heretofore used only the highest priced lines. Pyramid Papers give you the assurance that you could gain nothing by paying more. Pyramid Paper Company SCHOOL. COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PAPERS 546 W. Washington Blvd.. Chicago •• " " K K.K90Q8K8SCX8KS5 VHEIN ------ ------------1941 FRANCIS “Albany's Most Complete Store" YEARS OF CATERING TO THE WISHES OF ITS PATRONS AND FRIENDS. Extending . . . Best wishes to the graduates past, present and future. Best Wishes . . . LUCK TD YOU May 1941 and each succeeding year be filled with happiness. QUALITY MEATS AT A coin operated phonograph furnishes Ideal music for school parties. QUANTITY PRICES 1 ♦ I BEEF . . . PORK . . . VEAL . . . LAMB FISH POULTRY C. S. Pierce Music ♦ » 1 ' Company Phone 65 brodhead :: :: Wisconsin » Albany Meat Market HARRY THURMAN Phone 21. Miss Barton: "Harold, how many parts of speech ate there?' Harold: ‘‘Too many." M. J. WISCHHOFF, Sr. t JEWELER j At Barton’s Insurance Co. every Friday. + T « f 1 GRADUATION WATCHES i t ELGIN WALTHAM BULOVA Compliments of Watch and Clock Repairing a Specialty Dr. D. H. Partridge FATHER AND SON Dr. M. J. WISCHHOFF, Jr. OPTOMETRIST Your visual defects accurately corrected by careful examination, proper refraction, and the prescription of T1LLYER "Clear t the-Ed e” lenses. Give your eyes the care they require. Phone 15-W or 74-R Oregon. Wisconsin Albany, Wise. yOjy The Famous high speed tire L(SW Prices Krostue Implement Co. I585 ALBANY WISCONSINCompliments of 4 I t 4 J. A. HUGHES | Optometrist ! 4 t t 4 t 4 4 j I 4 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF j 1941 I j I 4 t f | THE ALBANY HERALD j Found on a Latin tost paper: Question: "What is the meaning of equestrienne?” Answer: "Horsetails." (Could she have meant horsewoman) Congratulations to the Class of ’41 .FROM— ALBANY BEAUTY MART ♦ PBR M A NIC NTS ♦ SHAMPOOS ♦ MANICURES ♦ FACIA1.S ♦ COSMETICS LOOK FORWARD .... but always look your best by being a regular visitor at our beauty shop, for careful treatment of your beauty needs. iLEARN THE HARPER METHOD Registrations Accepted Now for July. September and November Classes Also January, March and May Classes AMERICA’S FIRST SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE FOUNDED 1888. Wlion you study the Harper Method, you are learning fundamentals of beauty culture based on 53 years of success. For. the Harper Method was the first system of beauty culture established in the United State- You get advantage immediately of the knowledge and skill that thousands of other Harper graduates have spent years In acquiring. Ttocords at our Academy show that 92 % of our graduates arc in steady positions. Write today for Free Catalog State age and schooling. Our enrollments are limited to assure you individual training. Courses are thorough and complete. The reasonable tuition cost Includes all tools, supplies, textbooks, uniforms .... and a Life Membership in the Harper Method organization. VISIT OUR ACADEMY Write today for free catalog, or visit our Academy and have service work done with our compliments. Your own experience will convince you that the Harper Method is superior. Toebe Academy of Beauty Culture, Inc. HARPER METHOD — EST. 1888. 420 STATE STREET Phone! Gifford 1815 MADISON. WISCONSIN Authorized Mid-Western Harper Method Training CenterGreetings from Quality Fuel Feed Company John Sucharski, Prop. PHONE 70 ALBANY WISCONSIN The Magee Theatre ♦ “PICK O’ THE PICTURES" ♦ Evansville's Foremost Amusement Center. Home of— Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Warner Pictures Universal Monogram Betty Gravenor on an English test paper: “lit wont lo Europe and died ihoro, and left his wife a window." ♦ ......•... — Ward-Brodt Music Company 208 State Street. Madison BAND INSTRUMENTS AND MUSIC | 1 Compliments Randal J. Elmer ATTORNEY-AT-LAW MONROE ALBANY Build SS:, a Home FOR FOR SOCIAL SECURITY FAMILY CONTENTMENT QUALITY LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDERS SUPPLIES MAUTZ PAINTS Doyon Rayne Lumber Co. of Albany PHONE 67. ALBANY, WIS. In agriculture Mr. Elmer asked: "How much doe n Poland China weigh?” Pro8h: "Oh, from 1800 to 2000 pounds. INSURANCE FOR OVER 20 YEARS SECURITY SERVICE SATISFACTION Barton Insurance Agency M. L. Barton. Class 1910 Automobile Life Liability Use and Occupancy Compensation ) Explosion Plate Glass Personal Property Burglary • Rents Fire Bonds Tornado Fidelity and Surety Bonds PHONE 71 or 194 ALBANY, WISCONSINON YOUR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY Herff - Jones Co. • Manufacturers of Quality Commencement Supplies for Schools and Colleges. Question: "After studying the specimens of white rats shown In your text books, give some characteristics which hoys and girls have who drink milk." Answer: “They are strong and fat with fine white fur." WishesTime to “Make Hay” Hack oin» nf lift here at the Bank of Ubany extend their Best WtahOK to the Graduating class of 1941 and suggest “The time to save is during your earning years — the place is at the hank." You 11 Bnd that It will he like starting hack to school each year hard at llr»t hut lots of fun when you get going. Bank ALBANY WISCONSIN MEMBER PEI MORAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION5 }{jg©CR JOl70tlOCJ{5 K.V®OT!)tKX ti)» I | COMPLIMENTS OF DR. FELIX J. BONGIORNO ALBANY, WISCONSIN V- :: :: :: :c :r ;t :: :; :; ;: :: ;; :: :: :: :: ;; :; ;; - :: ;; ;; ;; u :: - :: :: :: :: :: ;; :: :: :: :: ;; :: :: :: :: :: :: In World History class. Mr. Kahl discussing "witchcraft”: Mr. Kahl: "An old woman became a witch . . . . ” A student: "When she lost her teeth!" (My. the world is full of witches.) ©©»!»«.% »xa.n :t;:t 5: :c«;ai«:a a:i x ar.itr. Hi Congratulations J. On your Fiftieth Anniversary M. Bostwick Sons anesvi ille Riverside Bakery Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Testolin HOME OF HOME TOWN BREAD Veri-Choice Bakery Products Baked Fresh Daily Exclusive bakers of Nutty Brown Bread, Nutty Brown Muffins and Cookies  I TRAINING IS NECESSARY j ♦ ; ; Greetinss from Graduates by the hundreds will toll you that they have attained their success because of our thorough practical training for superior service. Our graduates are sought for by the bos' business concerns and today "not a graduate is unemployed." ; • KALTENBORN PREPARE FOR A POSITION OF STUDIO PERMANENCE ANO OPPORTUNITY 1 Summer School Begins June 23 ? Fall Term Opens September 8. | Janesville Business Col!ese EVANSVILLE WISCONSIN J Corner E. Milwaukee N. Bluff Sts. j Second Floor Mary Dunphy: “How do you spoil the possessive of Charles Dickens?” .Mis.-? Barton: "IM-c-k-e-n-g apostropho." Mury ! .: "Is he plural?" Rex Theatre Brown College of Commerce evansville :: :: Wisconsin FREEPORT. ILLINOIS ♦ : CELEBRATING CIAMONO JUBILEE "WHERE THE BIG PICTURES PLAY" In the early spring of 1866. two young men organized the Freeport Commercial College with the intention of training he young men Just returning frem the Civil War. and with only three changes In ownership and management, it hni hud an unbroken tecord of 75 years of continuous service. The College is fully Accredited Char-tor .Member of the American Association of Commercial Colleges. Air-conditioned for your health and comfort. VISIT THK SCHOOI We Invite you to come in and discuss your plans with tuj. Questions will be gladly answered without obligation High School Diploma Required for EntranceStop if. Here Time Refresh CORNER EAT SHOP -------------ON THE BRIDGE • WITH ICE CREAM SODAS :: SUNDAES SHERBETS DELICIOUS MALTED MILKS ICE COLD DRINKS • WITH EATS DINNERS :: PLATE LUNCHES SANDWICHES SALADS :: SOUPS HOME MADE PIES • WITH CANDIES bars :: BULK GIFT BOXES Largest Assortment in Town PHONE 33. OTTO L. NUWASH Albany, WisconsinMl«» Barton: "Kwsild. what arc the three Renders?" Kwahl: ”i only know one. and that's neutral gender.' t Texaco Super Service Station FAY JONES, PROP. DR. E. O. OSBORNE ALBANY WISCONSIN. . . 2 Institutions of Community Service EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO ALBANY PUBLIC SCHOOLS As You Celebrate Your 50th Anniversary COMPLETE NEWS ▼ - w noiesomc Janesville Entertain Radio Daily mont for Station GAZETTE the Entire W C L 0 4 Family. H COMPLIMENTS OF TRUMAN E. SHARER FURNITURE FUNERAL DIRECTOR — TELEPHONES — Office 75. Res. 132. ALBANY, WIS. .Mr. Knhl remarked: "There are a hundred Evvalil replied. "Gold mining, I’ll bet.” and sixteen women in the mining industry." Compliments | ♦ 1 OF Compliments of Beloit Farmers Produce Co. Daily [ Nick Quint. Prop. » » News Albany, Wis. t ► BELOIT, » WISCONSIN i Ml Barton: Bwnld. how would you put this sentence. 1 ate some cookies. into the passive voice?" Bwnld replied: “The cookies ate me."............................................ ■ ■ ■ ■-----------------------T - T r . ■ ■------------------T.................................................— — —.............................................. ALBANY HARDWARE SPECIALTY MFC. CO. ALBANY, WISCONSIN — Manufacturer of — Whitcomb Steel Door Latches —For All Swinging Doors. Albany Hish Speed Tool Room Drills - Ten Spindle Speeds Instantly Available. .....................................— » Question: " Who was Abe Lincoln's sweetheart?' Kenneth Mitchell replied: "Ann Sheridan.’ GAMBLE STORE AGENCY Hardware and Auto Supp ics ♦ Wndhnms Gasoline and Moblloil ♦ Car Washing • Expert Greasing Tire Repairing Battery Service ♦ COODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES ♦ PHONE 15. Peterson’s Mobilgas StationDixon Hardware HOME OF THESE QUALITY PRODUCTS: Kelvlnator Refrigerators Phlico Refrigerators PhUfO Radios RCA Radios Zenith Radios Vhilgns Ranges Lucas Paints Red Top Fencing, Steel Posts Wisco Hardware Speed Quiten Washers Priscilla Alumlnumwaie Remington Sporting Goods Duo-Therm Oil Heaters Perfection Stoves ♦ OFFERS ITS ♦ SI NO BREST ♦ GREETINGS ♦ TO THE ♦ CLASS OF ♦ 194 1 ♦ AND ♦ EACH AND ♦ EVERY MEMBER ♦ OF THE ALUMNI ♦ AND FACULTY, TOO. 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Leroy Elmer In civics: “The Bill of Right was tho first ten commandments.” 1 ■ : j: :• :: :: :: :: ■: :: :::::: :: : » " :::: :: :: - - •: »■■ WB■ •- :: ■ B ” » " ” :: ” » ■ - ;; Greetings g on the 50th Anniversary of Albany High School This annual is the product of the Herald Job Printing department The Albany Herald Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Molm 


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