Antigo High School - Hi Light Yearbook (Antigo, WI)

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H- '. 1: - M' G C13 . a '- C C ,S HUGH WILLIAM BYRNE Shorty Manual Tralnlng Course Football I 2 3 4 Basket Ball I 2 3 4 Track Q21 Q31 Q41 Mgr A A res A A 4 Capt Football Team 3 Graduate Staff An athletlc star who really didn t play the grandstand ANNA MARTIN Modern Classical Course Vce President I G A A 2 3 P N S P 2 Q3 Gamma Lambda Slgma 3 4 President of Gamma Lambda Sigma 4 first semester Dlgnxty and reserve are two of the graces whxch she possesses I-IERIVIIS FRANCIS DIONNE Turk Manual Trammg Course Foot Ball 3 4 Class Basket Ball 3 A 31 4 P N S P Q21 Cheer Lea er Do I look luke work5 Say who do you thmk I am5 LYDA IVIAY LEUTSKER General Sclence Entered from Wittenberg H S Q31 UHIOY Play Q31 Gamma Lambda Slgma Q3 Q4 Secretary of Gamma Lambda Sigma 4 second semester1 Captam of Plymouth Q41 G A A 3 Girls Chorus Q31 4 A merry heart doeth good luke medxcme ROBERT LESLIE Rob Wilson Modern Classrcal Course Phllakean 3 4 Basket Ball Q3 4 A A QI 2 3 4 unlor Semor Debate 4 Foot Ball 3 4 Captam of Plymouth 4 Miles Standlsh 2 Class Play 4 Well but just Ixsten here ls I c 1Q1Q1Q1: Q1 Q1Q1Q1: : . . . 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' V1 M511 1111 l'1l 111-111. -1 111 1 9: 1XI111'.'X'N11l111 will -2 L Il I N 1 Q III 1 'AVVI1111-111-1 111111 111 111 11 ll 5111-11111 1111-11 1 1 1111 .5113-0' .rf XX'Il1!IXNlNllL!IX1I 11111 xx 11111113 1 11l 1 1 11 1X5 XMX 1l1gCl1111I'1111141 12,11 i1 1'11111111111.11 1.1111 111111111111 11 1 11" 1 1 ' 11.1 ' 1 HYXI1 ky 1," 1 1 4 11111111 1-1- 1 111115111111 DOROTHEA ELIZABETH BlRDSE.Ll.. Dot Modern Classxcal P N S P Q21 3 Gamma Lambda Sigma 4 G A A I 3 Captain of Plymouth Play f4l Declamatory Contest 3 Girls Chorus C31 41 Saprentra FRANK JACOB KOUTNIK General Science Course The frlvollty of social llfe has for hum no glamour IDA C-ROQOW Commercial Course There IS many a black black eye they say But none as black as mme EARL W VIESQHNGER Modern Classical Course P N S P 2 unlor Class Play Q31 Phnl wkean 4 Class Play 4 My symphony To have the desire to b naughty HAZEL MAE LUNINNCH XM General Science Cot. Declamatory Contest 25 4 Glrls Che us C55 Q4 Gamma Lambda Slgma 4 C 'ap tam of Plymouth Play L4 Courtshlp o Standish Z Those curious locks so aptly twmec Cl: - - -flfl: ' 1 CJ: ' ' f . - -- -C lil ' : '- L CJ: CD. C fl: ' ' - I ' J: ' Cl! - -' Ig ' fflzles ' Vl- 721 LLOYD CHESTER RAYMOND Bugs General Sclence Course T ack I 2 3 4 ullus Caesar Play 2 Captain of Plymouth 4 Class Basket Ball Team 3 Basket Ball Team C41 A A I 2 3 4 Graduate Staff Q4 Class Play Q31 49 And well his words became hxm MERCY ADELYN ROCKWOOD Merc Modern Classlcal Course Declamatory Contest I 2 4 League Declamatory Contest 4 Dlstrlct Declama ry Contest 4 G A A I Gamma Lambda Sigma 3 unxor Senior Debate 3 ullus Caesar Play C21 Courtship of Mlles Standish 2 Glrls Chorus C3 4 unlor Play C3D P N S P 2 3 Cass Treasurer 2 Captam ot Plymouth 45 Graduate Staff 4 Class Play 4 Strong ln the power that all men adore ROY VERNON GILIVIORE Dutch General Scrence Course A A CI 2 3 4 Class Basket Ball I 2 Captam Baseball Team 2 ullus Cae ar 2 Vice Presldent C31 Football 4 Grad Staff 4 lf I m golng to due l m gomg to have some un MARY ALICE HEALY Domestic DCICHCC Course Class Treasurer C3 Gamma Lambda Slg ma 3 43 Graduate Staff 14, Treasurer of Gamma Lambda Sigma 4 first semester Here s to the girl who IS strictly m xt Who doesn t lose her head for a mmute Plays well the game and knows the llmxt ARTHUR EDWARD CLEGG rt Manual Tralnlng Course Boys Chorus 4 Boys Athletic Assocxa tlon 4 Phnlakean 13D Q45 Secretary and Treasurer Phllakean 4 Captain of Plymouth 4 Boys Declamatory Contest I Ora torlcal Contest 3 Graduate Staff 4 Well anyway I dont care whether you agree with me or not JJ Y IIIPCIIILI' 3 ID: ' CD: CI: 1 - . 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' cu: ' ' '- ' CD: ' 9 ' IJ: " CJ: ' CJ: - ' CD: fl- EARL VINCENT lVlcCAREY Barney Modern Classlcal Course A C2 Phllakean 4 Himself alone none other he resembles ANNA SHAPIRO Shappy Domestic Science Course Declamatory Contest l 2 4 unlor Senlor Debate 3 14 C-amma Lambda Sigma 3 4 umor Cla s Play C3 Mar shal of Gamma Lambda Slgma 4 first semes ter Pre of C-amma Lambda Sigma 4 sec ond semester Class Play 4 l cannot check my glrllsh blush BEMIS DASKAM Beme Modern Classical Course Basket Ball C3 4 To be called a Semor IS not always synony mous wlth dlgmty JANE MARIE CROWLEY Domestic Sclence Course Cuamma Lambda Slgma 4 You are as fresh and weet as the fnrst Hower EDWARD WILLIAM FRANZKE Pete Modern Classical Course ass Sec 2 A A C3 Sec A A 3 VICE Pres A A 4 ullus Caesar Play C21 P N S P 2 35 umor Class Play 31 Football Q31 UU Grad Staff On the home held or m foreign lands He wms the pralse of the baseball fans 7 A. .cup fzp C4JgP. Ns. P. 11395 ' cn. cmcmcm '- ' cn im: ' cum' S ug - . 1' I J: S- ' C. - 1: cn. A HJ. 1 ' cm. Cl. .cm . .mm lC4Jl ---Cla' ---tial' : ..-- flf :.l' C: : . q4,. u . FRANK W PLZAK General Scxence Course Boys A A 4 Phllakean 4 Every man las hls fault and honesty 18 IS IVIINNIE CAROLINE ICAS xE DOHICSUC SCICHCC C., OUFSC Gamma Lambda Sigma C3, C4, Trei urer of Gamma Lambca Sigma 4 second semes ter G A A 2 unlor Class Play 3, Captain of Plymouth 4, Glrls Chorus C4, Never morning fades to evermg but som heart dld break HAROLD BOLL Had Manual Tramlng Course Ves els large may venture more But little hlps keep near the shore MARY lxLOlDA A bashful one yet wondrous wxse JOHN IRVINC, WALL Toughle ack General Science Course Vlce Presldent 2 President 3 A A I 2 3 4 unlor Response 3 Bas Le Ball 3 4 Football 3 4 unxor Semor Debate 3, 4 ullus Caesar 2 Captam of Plymouth 4, Graduate Staff 4, Class Play 4 A debonaxr cavalxer '45 ' - - C ,c ' C ,. h' ' I ' c ' 3 fs 1 ,z - - - C ,. 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G R A D U A HISTORY OF THE CLXSS OI IOIV It ww rs rn September I908 that a ffrert host of boys grrls 'md ounv ers of all clrsses nrtronrlrtres rnd rxces entered the 110 chool br nt on foundrng a hom: xnd x country for the rnselves rl here were one hundred and twenty of them md they swurmed rn Irlte an rnx 'xdrnv army rn the trme of Qsresar They carrred everythrng before them rn r whrrl of rmpassroned conquest sprerdrnc corrsterrr rtron rnd terror rmong those of the other cl rsses who Q rme to oppose thr m Althouvh they were very successful rn therr warf rre agarnst the other classes there was one enemy whom they could not vanquish or ex en d'runt wrth therr vast numbers FI hrs w rs r trll rry h xrred and bewhrsltered mem wrth prercrnre grry eyes hehrnd r prrr of cold rrmmed spectacles It was thrs man who told the rnv rdrnf host that they were to confrne themselves to one srde of the 1 re rt Xssembly Hrll ind not to rntrude further rnto the provrntes of therr ncrf hhors and rt was thrs min they ob yed Xs 1 cl rss they obeyed but some rndrvrdual members more valrant than therr comrrdes 'rttempted to defy thrs presumrng man They alas soon realrzed the futrlrty of therr endeavors when as often as they trred they found themselves fast rn the grrp of thrs relentless man who would serze the hrpless youths rn hrs rron grasp and wrth no apparent effort shake them untrl therr teeth rattled and therr knees hook as wrth the ague Soon however thrs opposrtron to the lone warrror changed to rdmrratron for hrs coolness and darrng and he recerved from them the appellatron of the Prof a name whrch srgnrfred at once profound Iearnrng 5 x wrsdom and frrmness Thenceforth the relatrons between the two w ere more frrendly and the Qluss of I9 I 2 lrunc hed forth on rts career arded ard abetted rnstead of opposed by the Prof The Qlass early chose for rts leader one from among therr number whom they styled ohnny because of hrs cheery face and beamrng mrle rs well as to denote hrs drmrnutrvene s Lrttle ohnny how ever was forced to wrthdraw from the class hortly after and the more advanced Harley succeeded hrm Harley through wrse counselrngs and rudrcral leadershrp led the clxss throu h rts frrst perr Ious year brrngrng rt many honors rn footbrll on the track and III the counsel and at the close of the ye rr vx s trrumphantly re elected for the followrng one In the second year of therr conquest the Qlass of I9l2 reached the center of the room strugrglrng manfully rs frr to the opposrte srde as they could possrbly reach However 1 new danger threatened them now for rresteacl of havrng to face only the foes rn therr front they were suddenly rl sarled from the rear by myrr rds of new rrr val rx ho nearly upset them wrth therr rmpetuous onsl ruf ht Severrl of the member wrser than therr comrades saw the danver from that quarter rnd herded by Rube turned to defend the Llrss by gorng out is mrssronarres and worlcrncg wrth the heathens There they hrve been env gcd ever srnce the Norlc havrnr, r frscrnrtr r for them hrch they are unable to shake off rn frct poor Rube was so entrrnced wrth hrs new dutres that r hrs old ones over rgarn that he actu mlly r led to be rdopted rnto the C I rss of I3 ind ther: he rs ploddrnv Iorv trll carryrng on the gocd worls. lVl1y the Lord lr ve 'Z I N 2 w - , ss - 2 , K r ct ' .. ,, ' . 2 . . 5 1 -. 2 w C 2 -o . , - , ' , " . , . 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S Q , '. 2 21 E RADUA mercy on hlm md grant that some day he too shall emerge from the r lms of H1 h Sc hool llfe as his former classmates are about to do llowcver thc sc cond year of thelr hxstory was not all spent In mourning, over thexr departed comrades lVlany were the days that lc xted their opponents ln foothall and ln xthletlc contests and creat were the YCJOILIHUS breater stlll was their Joy when ln t e sprmc of th at yexr they won the much coseted and hlghly prlzed Dm 1 Q up from thc grasp of tnenr foes m the xnnuxl held meet lhe thxrd year wxs to he 1 strenuous one for the Class of l9l2 so th y chosc rs the-lr lexder the vxll nt x lc whose volce was xlw xys hcard ID the counsel and whose form was always seen on the h ld of lu l Lndcr his lexdershlp they placed thelr men ln t e lootl tll t mm nn hx lcet lull and on the track md IU everything were they successful Thelr men defeated all opposmg teams and agaln won the Dxna Cup ln the fill of th xt year the Class which preceded them had the pertlnxrlty to chxllenve them to a dehate for the Palmer Flrophy lh qulc lcness wlth whlch they xccepted the ch xllenge lS only In alanced hy the qulclcness and ease with whlch they defeated the Class of 191 l lhls hrllllant success stimulated the Class to even greater endeav ors md IH the early sprlng of 191 I they presented The Superfluous 'Vlr llolloway a three act comedy whlch rlvaled even the produe tlons of pro esslonal actors and actresses and whlch gave the Class xn lIT1II'lPLllltS clxlm to leadershlp ln dramatlcs from Class play rt was only a step to other thmgs and ID the early part of May the umor Prom the greatest and most brllhant soclxl functlon of the year was glven hy the Class of l9I2 All pre vlous strlfe and confllct was forgotten on that eventful mght and the face of the Prof heamed wlth pleasure as he heheld the gorgeous decorwtlons and llstened to sweet stralns of muslc ln une of that year the Class of l9l 7 was summoned to wltness the dep xrture of the last members of the Class of lOl l It was a sad lght for them to see those whom they had now learned to love depart from thelr mldst Yet they were glad for they knew that now the last of thelr enemies we e gone and that they had arrlved at their goal and had found thelr country Xnd thus they entered on the duties of their fourth and last year XX 1th mallce toward none With charlty for all nlhey first chose bteve to guide them and then turned to thexr new dutles Their lust for conquest now turned 1nto an amloltlon to brmf honor to the chool and forget thelr own dCQlfCS avaln ln foothxll ba ket ball dramatlcs and oratory they were glorlously uccessful 'Xnd mrnv were the vlctorles they brouffht home Thelr Greatest endeavor durmg lh1S lust year was the publlcatlon of the Gradu xte m which they were even more successful than their pre deces ors hxd been Thelr Journey m the Hxvh School xs now os er They wlll soon come to the partmg of the ways when ome wlll go to forelgn ports some to eel. employment others perhaps to fo to hlvher schools but all wlll look baclc wnth pleasure to the days that they spent Wlth the Class of 1912 S S JORDAN I2 rl f ' ' . 1 A ' V , , , e2' S 'gg . 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Allerton Doris Xno Qora 'Xplcer Rene Ancutt Hazel Xulul-c Wxllmarn Bxrdwell hdward Behm Ctto Bemls Gorclon Berner leldo Brlggs Blanche Brown George Buckley Mary Lenslcy Clara Clxrlc Mabel ongleton ettle oughlln llugh oughlm Wlnlfred rowe Earl L uj Thomxs Dxllman llulda Daelvxm Mxrgaret Delmey fmnk Donohue Margaret Drl coll qadle Drlstoll Wllllam Dvorak Frank fdee George llllott Clarence schenhach Larl venson LOUIS wm ulrln elgel Paul Fell Laura P1 cher hdlth Flanagan Llement Fogeltantz Rose Frelhurger Leonard frledeman Aclela Frlnk Leslle Garrlty Luella GllllS Archle Godfrey Wllber E DUA FRESHMEN CLASS ROLL Goldberg Benjle Gray Fvelyn Grleshlmer llxzcl Grlfhth Raymon Havllxnd Hazel llxyner Helen Hayner LOUIS Hxyesen lrmx llermxn Glxdys Hit? Emma Hoffman Gayous llorton 5arah aclcson Thalma eeke Genevieve e ke fvangellne evwell lrlanche ordan Alice ord xn ohn lxxlouner Louls Kellogg Horace Kiefer Eugene Kms., lnury l elgh lxohernat Qatherlne Kopemclc Aurel Kmtchl Lary l-xrlelere Florence Legro Frank leykom Lols Llndsxy Roy 'Vlarsh Frederlck Marsh Qanforcl Mirstor Gertrude MOYYIS ey Vlfglnll Murphy Pearl Mu txrd llene 'VlcArthur N161 lVlcQlelland Walter Mcljaclden ohn McGregor Vera MCMlll3D Margaret McNutt Fannle Neufelclt Paul -1 lxflchols M xtlld x Nov tk l r 1 uk Novotny Regan x Pirluelc l rank Pmlxovn lu oseph l Oglllll lee X xlery Potter Rusl-. Prastll Allce Preston C lxrnce Proe-ser M IYVID Pros er Ruth Rxlph jxmes Rayvsorlh lither Rammer ll wel Reader lrene Reevee W llter IXICP Mxhel Romer Arthur Schroeder llenry Schultz l r xncls Spurgeon qydney Steffen Mrrgxret Stenherg llvlra Stew xrt lllll qtewxrt Berlyn Stromherg Almx Teal Vernon Tlllotson lthel lqo th l ester Yer Brytk Marlon Vogrl Alfred Warcl Bfrnue Weaver llarold XVlLd9Y9OI1 Lucllle Wxlllxms Mutlxncl Winter Llsxe Wrlght Grace Wrlght Marle Wunderllch Lona Young Genevleve Zlegelhauer George Zimmerman Arthur , - N " I: . ' . v v v C 1 ' QW Y .f , , , . 1 , 11 N. . , , , , , 1' - ' 1 ' . - z ' . ' ' . d A . . ,. 4 , , r 'S ,J - ' C L v . ' ' - J . S', fe , z ' . 1 . . . C ' K . , 1 ' - 1 '. '. x . , . K z . z , ' H D 4 .e , 1 , . 1 . z , z . ,' , 1 , u' ' 1 ' , H. . . ,f J' U K , tp A 2 , ,l 1 . . , . C f .Ja lsr, fe C . I V cv v 1, 1 1 , , r , , 4 ., . Q' ' 1' ' J 1 ' -Q C, . J z ,, f S . 2 1 , 'Q ' ' 2 . A ' 1 Skrbba, Adolph '. c , 1 ' - . , L , QY. -. 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' ' . . 0 N DUA rg 5. 7x 5 5 ,n-X CI XQS HISIORY 6 6 rethee xseo l9l7 ofcourse 5 . wf lxnow we xre not the only clms ln the ntlvo H1 h 5 hool' We know who 'w re we don t c xre 1 rrp If you don tl ro xlnly ycu could do wlthout us but what would the Pxlxce Papadalcls and Rowlxn one do without our LOf'ltll'lllOUS md perse xermg patron age from September untll une3 Or wh xt would Tommie ord xn hate numerous lexghrlde 1 d hayraclc pxrt1es3 Q or the fuulty fe x ot ld 1 pretty exry thlnt, rf we dd IV them to Llnperore eur thwrml lx l l:USlI1f7 par tlee lqhls will no drul,t proxe to exch 1 d cveryore that we really xre of some lmportance To tell the truth wouldnt you upper clfwsmen hnd hool rather dry lf lt 'wasnt lor our brxvht xncl lDl'lllldPt llttle stunts3 We haxe du hard plowlng hrnely through 'Xlvebra creeping slfwly throu h ljhysxcil Geography xncl heedlewly murdermg Em., lx h yet no one can ay th xt we hone worked IH valn for we haxe mounted Slowly and Gtexdlly tlll xt lrit we haxe re xched the long sought for Glory which now urrounds us At present we occupy a posltton ln the A H S whlch every tlwss CDVICS md from our lofty helght we scornfully loolt down upon you who once eonslclered yourselxes our superiors We may dlsappomt you IH the future but we will never be dns oxppolnted ln ourselves, and we therefore are now, and always wlll XER BRYCK IJ l K T H E. 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Ol L, XVP Q X xusxu ll Xntlgo U Rhlnelander 0 ltntlgo -ll pp :ton Xntlgo Rhlnelanderll Antlgo 0 errlll I4 X IO 0 LINE LP C llland H B aptaln B rne l l ulgley R C1 llemmln w xy Sub Lnlmore L lle X a L L l Dlonne B Clbson R T orn l roeeer Sub l' ell oub l' ranzlce R Brooks Sub lxolerus H B lhe proepects for a wmnm football team for the y ar of lflll were very brl hr when the men lrst reported for practue Altho there were a goodly number of laQt year 3 Qquxd left yet we were lxclxlng 1 baclx held and III order to et one nearly the wloole team had to be shift d Thls caueed a short delay but xfter that eyeryo 're settled clown to worls. vslth determlnxtlon never before shown ThlS splrxt com bxned wxth hard and consistent work by Coach Bleeclter soon developed a WIHDIDQ eleven '1 33 A XX 4 ,V Y -XXX X f Q, I 1 ,V AVN , X X ,Ar f ,HV X X FX ,L Y 475 klx ,R V ,oft we we ' o Nh , ' A 'N y .-v. 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Q ,e. , M , 'gh , f' E ADUA Ihe hrst game was xntxcxpated wxth some anxlety Wausau wlth whom we were to play was no mean opponent for they had held down three other teams to low scores whlle we on the other hand were playmg our hrst game The game that afternoon should have been ours by a goodly mar gm for we played the Wausau team from one end of the held to the other If lt had not been for a fxlse penalty we mlght have scored but as lt was neither team made a slngle polnt The next game to be played was wlth our old frlend Rhine lander on October 4 By thls tlme the team was playing ln hne style and IH a very few minutes after the game was called Rhlnelander was classed as down and out Antlgo practlcally scored at wlll and when the hnal whistle blew we had 4l polnts whlle Rhmelander even failed to get near our goal October the 28th wxll be a date that wlll be long remembered by the members of the team and its supporters for rt was on thls day that we met the Appleton aggregatlon whxch was at this time supposed to be one of the fastest elevens ln the state A mutual feeling of antagonlsm due to past struggles brought about a closely but at the same tlme a hotly contested game Appleton s plays falled to galn ln the hrst half and so as a last resort they trled a forward pass but our speedy ends broke this up Immediately They could not hold us and before the hrst half closed we had crossed thelr goal l1ne once and were on the twenty yard llne when the whistle blew The second half was a repetltlon of the first for both teams again played and fought for every Inch of the ground Appleton now made a final attempt to score Our quarterback trled to run back a punt of theirs whlch had crossed our goal llne but ln so doing was tackled behind the llne thereby allowlng Appleton two polnts a few seconds before the whlstle blew This ended one of the hardest fought games IH the history of the school and each man must be given equal credit for the vlctory Everyone played a star game ln his posltlon The next week Nov 4th we went to Rhlnelander for a return game Rhmelander hardly put up any OppOSltlOD and when the second half ended we had 20 polnts to our credlt while our opponents had none The following week was one of hard practice for lt was almost lmposslble to get out on the held because of the cold wet weather Unfavorable weather condltlons prevalled throughout the practlce week and also the day of the game with the heavy Merrill squad Outwexghed I5 pounds to the man and playlng In mud ankle deep we met our first and only defeat of the season Taklng into consldera txon the condltlons under which we played the final score IS not to the dlscredlt of any member of the team every one of whxch fought loyally as they always had for Antlgo BYRNE IZ I ' ar. . ,' . 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E A D U A BASKI I BALL lh sc xson stxrted lxter th xn usu xl thxs year lJut the prospects 1 11111111 te 1111 wt rc except1on xlly vo 2 1 lxy d our op 111111, gxnxt wxth the llortonxxlle C xty team an Il 1 1 1cxt te 111 t 1 111 tce ext xt our xncsw xs ohxwaxo 40 to Ihr lollowxng week w IS spent III perfectxnv team worlx xnd plays l It 1 urneyc d to N1 xrshlxeld wht re we we re xgaxn xxctorxous l l 7nd we met 'Xppleton xt thexr llxvh behool gymnasxum lloth te 1111s were detc11111ned to w111 Xntxvo to xdd xnother vletory lll 1 11 o11 o wx Je ou xs 1 xr s de ex ln the rst hxlf we pl xyecl xll around Appleton hut owxng to the s1111ll pl xylng room no tflettxxe tc xm worlt mould he done ln the second half we played m hard luck wh1le our opponents shot from xll p xrts ofthe hall and f xlly clcle xted us 28 to I8 All felt confxdent that the sc ore would haxe l1een just the rex erse lf the game xc hun pl xyec o11 1 re xl lnsltet lxxll 10 U11 the followmg, l'r1clay we played Rhxnelxncler a11other 2511116 of revxsecl l sltet lnxll for whxeh Rhxne lxnder IS especxxlly noted beore 49 to I VK 1 pl xyed x return 1 xme l1ut xt w xs only a repetx 1011 ofthe fxrst 39 to 1 Iht te 1111 whlth w xs made up of the sxme 111en 'xs xt wxs lxst year wxth the exceptxon of Dewey who xs 1 new mxn wxs now p 151111 snx py ax the plxyers were IIT Good trxm for our hard 1 xmes wlxuh lxu xn wlth oheluoy vin cxr texm xrrlw on th 7fJt o lelnxua xn just lxtl are th une they lbev xn showlnv the rooters 1 hne CXl1ll.Jlt1Ol1 1 tsxto tntcx xte met X xo LltlCCldOVNl1htI pl xu Cl re xl lxaslxet lx xll xrd lI1 the sftor d 112-ll r111 xw xy from bhebc w 1 xc e 111111 xnte 1 111 2 xx xs to11s1d2rec1 one o lxstf st cxer played on the local floor lt ended 35 to I4 Ill our fax or Nutt c xme W xusxu xnother one ol our TIV xls of old wxth '1 te xm xt 1 l 11ot been c exte lI1 two ye rs Our lxoxs lxY'tOYNlI'lL t1x V A 1- .' x2 J 5 2 2 2 S 2 A 2 , lm .1 v gg 2 H - ' 2 4 od. ' J Q lf' 1' A F' h Q 7 'V f 'A ' ' 'V V d wo 1-2xs1ly lay the sc are of 27 to l7. 'll 1- 1 .21 1 ee l f 2 2 hi lx '., QA 2 '1 , l. A - 'A nf ' '2 J 1 A ., A ,Z I ' ' 2 . l11' we Ao J' 1 2 Q A A ' 1 ' '- 2 51' A 'A ' ', 'Ae 1. .. '. : 2 .A Af., l ' A ' A . ,Z -. 2 4 . I x ' A A ' A, Ah 2 2 ' 2 to the-11 list, 2 d 1-X11 I-1 t "1 t li .t 'az ff 2t. 1 fi 5 2 , 2 2 ' , A t V A AA WAV v 2 ' 7 N, x A 1 4 ,Z V f - 3 1 . ' 2 ' f 1 2 1 1 x N Q . . 2 2 i ' , ' ' 1 1112 ? 32 , . ' X . ' . ' K 2 ' . 1 l12 l 1 a 2 'fl , 2 .2 2 ' . 2 fl or, l 21nd outclassed them 111 every particular. lt was 1 . ji 1. R , E ' 1. - , X 2 . 2 . ' . tA - f '. A A 1 2 , ' 7 '2 Q ' , 2 K 2 w'2 . 2 2 . '2 3 ' li " g ' ip ' l 2 ll. All ' 1 ' A 3 ' ' si 2 Y Z 'lh 1' 2 2 ' 'ad 1 e .. h f 5 ' '1'y, 2 d A .' -V1 e ge ' ,2 'A g 2 A A A of l fxskt- sl 1 ting. Vlvh 1 lx ' vhs l. ll .- Hifi ' 2 ll 2y' 1 ' 2 ' ' 2 . 2 . A . ' 1 '. A 2 2 '2 A 3'- gan. 'l11 li 'lc d -1 l 2 ' . 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' 'A if lxi t E ADUA de 2 xt meant Ioslng a place ln the tournament xnd because of Ixst year s loss score were determined to work their hardest From the time the whistle blew untll the close ofthe gxme our te tm pl xyed like a n rchlne 'lhe plays ran through IH regulxr order and could not be broken up by our opponents Agaln we had the endurance ln the setord hrlf xnd outclassed Vt xusxu 40 to I I W e could rot complete our regular schedule due to prellmxnxry f rmes we hxd to play Coach Pleetkcr recelxed notltc from Lxw renee to play lola whose te rm was conslderfd extcptlonxlly strong, rt Xi xttenberf VI hen the game opt ned nelther slde vw rs able to store due to the eagerne s of the players and also to the poor baskets and boards lola started the storlng by a free throw then XIIUZO secured x fleld goal In the hrst half neither team could get a lerd xnd the pltys C xme back uxth the Idea of roughlng It Our term vw xs he my aver aglnv IDS so we showed them a few polnts We won the gxme by the score of 26 to I3 'Now we recelx ed notlce to play VI est Green Bay at Appleton the vxlnner securlng a place at the tourn xment Ihe game was consldered one of the speedlest plxyed ln the Alexander Uymnaslum It started wlth a rush md kept IHLTCASIDLZ all through the gxme The frrst hrlf ended 9 to 8 ID Green Bay s favor In the last half we played ln better luck and our forwards began sllpplng IH thenr favorite overhand shots center began worklng our plays and the guxrds held thelr forwards to one basket We came out vlctorlous ZI t I7 altho Q.-reen Bay dnd take a flve minute rest IH the Ixst half Out ofthe IJO teams trylng for a place ID the tournament we were one of the successful The tournament begun IVl1rch 28 and lasted to March 30 We were unlucky enough to draw SUPPTIO one of the hardest teams of the eight We met our opponents 1n the evenlng, and after a hard game were defeated thus enclmg our hopes of wlnmng the champnonshrp The spmt shown this year has been more than an encouragrng one especnally to the members of the team No matter whether It was a victory or defeat we have been royally upported not only by the students of the Hugh Scnool but also by the townspeople IVICQLELLAND I 2 I I fu ' ' ' ' A ' , 2 " 2: . 2 ' 2 ' 2 ' f A 2 . ' A, ' ' , K2 , 2 2 A ' , , I 3 ' . 1 . . k ' 2 4 I ' . K7 . ' . , I . 2 5 ' . 2 2 ' 2 P2 , . I ' 1 ' j . , A A 2 gi 2 2 2 . ' 2 - I V - - . W ' r A 1 1 Q r, ' ' 2 , ' 2 '. f A ' 1 A 2 a 1, 2 AA g. ' x sr . ' , ' 2 . ' ' 2 .. k ' . A ' ' ja ' -2 , 2 1 2 of both teams were continually broken up. In the second half lola 2 2 " 'A A 2 j ' g ' . 2 '2 . 2 ' , 2 f . - . I, ' 5 , . ' .. 2 I I v I fl . . Y . , 2 .. 2 . , '.. 2 A , , '2 T, .A . 2 A ' J 2 . A ' ' A K ' j 5 2 . Q Q 2 r C 1 L - A A X A I L V 1 , 5' ' A R ., k 2 ' . ' . A' ' , 0 . x 2 ' ' ' , I - A . A 2. 2 . . . . , 2 L 2 . 2 . . , A 7. ' K c , , l , t c . I ' . ' S . ' I I' C Tn Naming rom left to right:-Bleecl-cf-r, for-1chL Md lelland, R. C4 Dewey, C4 By , M. E RADUATE bf- NIORS Qnllle Byr App. I-RlbHN1FN """"r'Of.-lf ,IL NIORS 'f"f'Of'O Sat 4La-f -nits C I' INTER LLASS BASKET BALL At the beglnnlng of the basket ball season Mr Nlolle offered a handsome cup to the class that developed a champion team Much lnterest was lmmeclxately aroused and from ten to twelve candldates reported for each team The Seniors were the only ones that were handicapped because the regular squad was composed entirely of Senlors but regardless of this fact the class of IZ entered the game The first game was played Feb 9th between the umors and Freshmen Although the Freshmen were outwelghed they put up a plucky fight and when the whlstle blew for the first half the umors led by a small margln The unlors seemed to have struck thelr strlde m the second half as they displayed some clever team work and excellent basket shootmg When the final whlstle blew the umors had a total of Zl polnts whlle thelr opponents had but 7 The next game February 23rd between the SCHIOIS and Sopho mores resulted IH a vlctory for the lower classmen 33 to 28 The first half the Sophomores led by a large score but during the second half the Seniors came back wlth renewed vlgor and dld all ln thelr power to wrest the game from the Sophomores The game was ob o 1 ll, Daslu-m, . , F ,l. T' s, . . F H. ne, . . T H, Rayworlh , T 1 l'. Flslur-r . . 1 Kingsbury . . N lfwin . . . llardwell . . A Brown . , . Wfeavz-r . . lfder- .... ' -Tl!! , . l Cnbson , . . ' l.ynrlr- . A . l Fr-il ...,. l eylmm . . . X -, ' ' Fr shman Team junio Team SOPHOIVIORICS, WINNERS OF IVIOLLE CUP LVIN WIN clo ely contested but good team work and spectacular basket shoot mg by the Sophs gave them the game The last and declslve game between the unlors and Sophomores Iar e number of students were on hard to cheer then' team to vxctory Durlng the hrst half the teams were cautlous and the game was a close one as they realized that the champlonshxp hung ln the balance The half ended wlth the Sophs leading by four polnts Durm the lntermlssnon class yells were given and excltement reached the highest pltch The second half the teams fought back and forth fxrst one slde gettmg a basket and then the other When txme was called the score stood I7 to I5 m favor of the Sophomores thus glvxng them the rlghtful claim to the IVIoIIe trophy BOB DEWEY SCHEDULE Feb 9 Freshmen umors I to 2I Feb Z3 Seniors Sophomores 28 to 33 IVIar I .Iumors sophomores I J to I I Ilfwflman I1 . c. Iamara, G. I ie, If Searqzc-ant, G3 Qligley, C: Roundsvxlle, F. S , L - was played March Ist. Interest had been growing all week, and a fl ' A D ' - . . g . . . v K . . . . 1 ky THE RA A fgisif' I Ziff? f frff' .V HICJH SLHOOL RI LORDS hx ent l00 yd dash Pole xault Half m1 e Hlgh jump 770 yqrcl ddhh Dxscus Broad jump Shot put 440 yard dash Hammer throw 'Wlle run 170 yard hurdles 770 yard hurdles Half mlle relay Holder Brown lVlLQlelland Dew ey Brown Byrne Nlcclelland Pllska Brown W Flsher Kolerus McClelland Vlcf lellincl l 91 0 Rf-f cl UR IT sec 7 I 7 J sec f D D mln 7 s sec l THIN SCC R DI Wl Y C . D LF . T E 7.4,-7 4 , ' - 'Z 1, Q. 4137 A., X .fi 4 f E i 1 h X ' I . 'm- S' .IV X ,X ,Qi . 1 jf. ,X X - f If . ix. 4- Q: , , . fix ' 1 , , C rr . . I0 I-' .ec. ' Nlcclelland I0 ft. 9 in. 'l ' 7 , ' 2 min. I7 Sec. 'K ' ' 5 ft, l in. ,,,, , f - 25 3-5 x '. ' IU- fm. ' ' 1' l0ft.8l-Zin A ' 42 f. 7 in. 58 -hr . ' l l 3 ft. - i . , ' ' ' .1 ec. .. . I5 4-5 . . .... . 7 Q Z7 2,5 sec. 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ADUA PHILAKEAN lqxrst Sf mc cr Ofbc ers Qetond qemester btexe ord in Presldent l dwarcl Zellmer Harx ey We xx er N lce Presldent Robt Dewey X C c L, Secretxry qtexe orclan X Llegg Treasurer Vernon Quigley l' dw xrd Yellmer Qensor f rank Lynde Assxstant Lensor Aural Kopemck Prof B Q Korn Qrltlc Prof B C Korn At the beglnnlng of the school year the Phllakean started work under 1 gre it handlcap There were only five members left over from last year who were expected to get the Soclety nn running order l was several weeks before they could even get a large enough member shlp to glve a program and they soon saw the need of changlng the rules of the SOClCty so as to prevent a slmrlar dlfhculty next year l was wlth thus end ln vlew that 1 Qonstltutlon Commmttee was appornt ed to provlde a remedy for thus They realxged that rn DYCXIOUS years the members were chosen from only the two upper classes and that what the Soclety needed were some members who could stay ln the club to carry on the work when the older members went out They therefore decided to allow members from the lower classes to jom feellng that they would eventually prove the backbone as It were of the SOCl6ty The soundness of thelr Judgment may be seen when we realize th xt next year there wlll be nn the nelghborhood of twenty active members left to begrn the new year who are already famlllar wlth the work of the club and can begln as though there had been no lntervenlng V xc xtlon The membership of the Society whlch was formerly llmlted to twenty has now been made unlxmlted the only restrlctlon belng that lt IS now more dlfticult to Join as three negatlve votes are sufhclent to keep a member out The ofhce of Qecretary Treasurer was dluded and we now have a complete set of books for both the Secretary and Treasurer At the 4 I 'I' H E CL R T E .we ' . 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E ADUA unlors showed the better test' For the first tlme IH the hxstory of debatlng IH this school 1 team whlch showed all the elements of good team worlt gave lts version of the questlon III a manner to show that they had mide a thorough study of the subject The credit for the hnal score of three to nothlns., ln fax or of the xfhrmatxve should b glven to both the students who upheld the affirm xtxve and to Loach Korn Barely had the excitement of the unlor benlor debate subsided when another deb ite between the Boys xnd blrls Llterary Qlubs was scheduled 'lhe questxon was on adoptlng Compulsory Ixfbl tratlon to ettle labor dlsputes IH Wisconsin xnd w is upheld by the glrls te xm composed of Nlayme Lombard lnel Sp xrlts xnd llarrlet Strelch and opposed by the boys te im consisting of ll xrland Marceau ldw xrd lkoudellta xnd Stxnlslaus ordxn Ihe girls were aided by the Vllsses lvlarston and Pressentln whlle the boys worked wlth Prof Korn Avaxn superlor team worlt good coachxns., xnd hard work were responsxble for a vxctory and the Phnl xkean team defeated lts falr opponents by the clo e c ount of two to one lsebruary 2 Whlle the Gamma Lambda blgma vs Phllakean deb ate was still ln ltS lnceptlve stave another conflict of 1 more portentous and far reaching aspect w rs bexng formulated by Mr lxorn and qupt lllclcol-1 After YGYIOUS challenf es sent to Rhxnelxnder Xvausau 'Neenah Vlenasha and Nlrrlnette 1 trlmgular debating, le u.,ue the flf9t one of lts klnd that thus school ever took part ln w xs hnally arranged between Nlenasha 'Nlxrlnette and Xxntl o The question for discussion was speedlly declded on and each school was to subsequently prove con cluslvely both the good and b xd features of the Recall as applied to all publlc electlxe ofhclxls nncludnng, the judlclxry lhat I9 each school was to have an afhrmatlwe and a negatlve team each school was to send nts negatlve to one of the other srhools to defeat that afhrmatlve team and hnally each affirmative team was to defeat the vlsltlng negatlve team Ar le xst so thought each of the coaches but Prof Korn was the only one who fulhlled his expectatlons for Antlgo had the only school that knew how to f-IZUTC out the problem so as to take two for herself and le we a remainder to be divided by two gxvlng a hnal quotient of 2 to I to 0 However after the que tlon was declded upon a great try out was held at the Hlgh School ln whlch twelve students contested for 40 r k 1 1 v . ' ' ' ' 5 j . '. A, , V Z . 6 ' Z 1 . 2 , . 2 . 1 ., Q S ' Q f , 2 'if ' i , . . i , '. t 2 2 .' , ' ' .2 , ' ., l 2 ' ' ' l I 2 , " 2 . 2 ' aj 2 . x7 .' ' , 1 c . 1 , ' . . 5 . ' , 5' ' ' k',i . , ' , Q , Q 2 ' ' ' 9 l9l2 ., . , . . -. . . , , . l , Z . 4 ,h ' X C , . - . , , , ,Z , . , D . K U , - - v . , , , . T, . c ., , . . . l '. ' ' l'2 ,Z 2 5' ' if .17 , . ., , , E ' , r. ', l'2 . gf . , . .' .. . , . . . - ' .. . ,k 1 Z ' ' ' . . . . . . .. ,, ,. , ., . 1 ., .7 1 . ., U ' 'f 4. . : . ' c . x .4 . Z. , ' - .E e . v -1 , v N E A D U A Wlnners of lnter SOC1Cty Debate F -N cxme close as the saylng goes ID truth they drd come close for the try outs were all good and rt was only after due dellheratlon that Howard aeltel Edward Koudellta Vlfrllxam McNamara Eleanor Larzelere Stanl laus ordan and Pdward Zellmer were chosen to represent the school from these sux Qoach Korn was to form an afhrmatlve and a ne atlxe team of three men each He hrst subjected all the members to many Impromptu dlscusslons and cross examlna tions so as to get IH hrs subsequent dlvlsron two evenly balanced teams whlch while themselves evenly balanced were to outwelgh the opposlng teams of Mena ha and Marlnette lwlnally W McNamara L Koudellta and F 7ellmer were chosen to uphold the afhrmatlve and H jaekel E Larzelere and 5 ordan were chosen to defend the negative wlth ordan and Zellmer as closers ln the succeeding two ind one half months the two teams worked d1llgentl3 Nfter chool hour alter upper ex en Saturday always 1 1 , 141.7 1 f , ,Y, me 1 F-M-4 -W l f. e l ,t Q- , .. .',. 9 k 1 1 ' n k 0 L . llnrlawl Nlar-'eau Ntanxslaus ,lwnlan lmlward Konflf-lka the six places on the teams. Six were hnally chosen. while six others 's . J l ' ' ' s ' . " , V. . " 1- s s. . S , f ' , -X aunt x 4 x 1 WUNI x ent nee xt t enr no 'No Stone was e unimmt x xx 1, 1 uhete the proxmon tor dlSCUSSlOD was ln out: xx xx pct-onxllx 1l1XtNf1g., xted and Qtatements were recelx ed rom Nt t :tune 1nHuent111 men nonternlnv lts practlcal uw L o ou two tn one at mont xeale the fate O 4 int tx N x en wn t vt wt Xprl the Ju ves 1 . 4 o N xx ie tound that Ant had three xotei as com X . w at nt Q 'mt the team that ment to 'Xlenmha we N ed -e t amp on put a check on H X a "e r 0 Netor place an r t at ON f an J X TORD NN I' H E G R A D L' . T E t lttedftxtesl :lm ' ,1.'d. h ' 'rk. .l - ' lft .gn lf 1. D. ,LN . . ' ' ' . ' 1 at-hc othmxls and oth" 'P V. . ' ' Q , r ' .Lmj nt Th J' ' . d -h.t' hs I d f Nhttnrtte .. 'I x1'1A.'h.l. fmt vh . t he I- h c - .- ul. , da g. x-' thnx clrcxst t.. 11 . . zgo . ' - - 5.1:-'ul with mite to: M. 1' 'tt'. . '1 . . ' . - fwoxzght txaqh .AH tht- xotvs cast .at that place in other words. .-Xntigo zu 2-3 .1 total of O tt O. pta: ' her: ff .as ch. i . ' ' the ..:g1z.at1ons of fN1.::ns.. , 5 zngzng her t 5 ' .d . d N1 :1.ash.a fofuv--' '. .x 51 :e .hzzd O pozttis behind .-Xntigo. d A in the 1-za: of N1.E11fIi'f.i' ST? E ' f ,'. '32 I . '.v.. .-I:-r-' ' nt M r-5, rr n -3 's, E D U A AFFIRMATIVF TEAM Uarlnelte Xn 1 0 JH 1 N LXTIXI II VI ll -I l 'VI nxs Amis, THE ADUAT TRI ANCLLAR DI BATINL, YF AM LONTILSTS Two of the prlnclpal features of Hxgh School actlvltles each year are the annual Boys Oratorxcal and Cnrls De clxmatory contests Thus year xn usuxlly lxrge number of boys and gxrl toolc p xrt U1 the ho ne contests so th xt ID the glrls contest lt w xs necessxry to have a prellmlnary ellmlnatlon contest ln Whlth n1ne of the contesting gxrls were chosen for the Hnal semi publlc while ln the boys contest 'xltho there were eleven conte tarts there was only one tryout ln the hnxl lrls declxmxtory con test the nme pe xlcers howed up re mxrlc xl ly well md b fore the decxslon of the judge was announced no one could tell who the probable wlnners 'mrts mxtcl'ecl Of these lwercy Roch wood was selected for first place Anna Sh plro second xnd Clue Lawton rhrrd Xltho the attend xnce was poor at the bcy cretorxc xl the or x tlons were all gooo and well ren dered From the nme boys who contested ohn XX rlffht took first place Stamslaus ord rn second and Nlaltland N1 xrsh thlrd The wlnners ef flrst 1nd e ond ln the boys contest and o first ln the glflg contest were to represent the Hrgh School ln the league contest to be held at Clln tonvrlle Accordlngly on Frlday Aprll l9th accompanied by Prof HlCkOk and Miss Marston they journeyed to Qllntonvllle where 'Vlercy Rockwood easlly took hrs place from her opponents rn the Declamatory Contest whlle ohn Wrlght carrled off the honors rn the oratorlcal contest As a result of thrs Antlgo captured both of the banners again thls year and galned entrance to the league con test to be held at Oslcosh friday May W n by Mercy Rockwood 44 , , , , 7 , . , , r , - 1 . . 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HE Soc1aI Ijunctlons I RED LETTER DAYS IN THE SOCIAL QALI NDAR c 2 Nov I0 Dc I5 Fe 2 Fe 8 l9I2 I9I2 IQIZ Rhxnelander I7ootbaII Receptlon Senlor Class Spread Sophomore Cla s Spread AthIet1c Dancing Party Freshman CIass Spread unlor Class Spread unlor Prom 22 May I0 IQIZ IVIlsceIIaneous Basket Ball RCCCPIIOD They re not very numerou are theyl I-Iow ever there have been enough oc1aI events to keep us busy and not aIIow 'myone to say that we have been dead for one moment The Rh1neIander football receptlon was an exceIIent hegxnnmg AImost everyone ln our High SchooI attended II1CIl1dln2 the aIumm and faculty As there were aIso severaI boys and g1rIs here from T G R A D L7 A T E 5 r T ',C N vw 'Ev ' Y .4 5, lfjff " Wag 41' 'IIS , 'fifIf,'I,. ,' I .. R ,zilnff O t. I, I9I I- ' ' . . , I 9 I I- A . e . , l9I I- f s T . jan. 7, - ' ' . b. , - - . b. , -J ' . , -I ' - E ADUA Rhlnelander the Llks hall was llterally packed The walls were llned up sux deep between the dances but everyone had the best kind of a trme ln sprte of the fact that the hall was too small for the crowd The Seniors as IS usually the case were the hrst to glVC thelr annual class party Thls was held at the castle hall the muslc was furnished by Strund s orchestra At about ll p rn lce cream and cake were sen ed Of course everyone ln attendance naturally had x grand good time The bophomores certainly carried oft the honors this term accord Ing to the reports of neutral Judges They at least were supposed to have had the best spread as far as decoratlons and entertalnment were concerned They deserve ample credlt rf one takes lnto consld er xtron the amount of work which they dlCllI1 order to have this honor lhe hall was very tastefully decorated 1n the 1914 colors orange and black whlch mxde rt a place of great beauty Llght refreshments were erx ed and games and dancrng furnrshed a jolly tlme for all The Xthletrc Dance was antlcrpated with great pleasure For weeks beforehand everyone talked about the comlng event and for weeks after as well It certainly was a splendid party and the boys who gawe lt drd themselves up brown The programs were decld edly chlc gotten up 1n the shape of a football and the dances were ramed accorclmgly Larson s full orchestra furnished the music pre pared especially for the occaslon After the hr t part of the program the football boys were called forward and pre ented wrth thexr A The party wxth all its drfterent phases IS one which no doubt wlll never be surp ssed What was lt that caused uch a hubbub during the last week ln anuary3 None other than the Freshman spread And lndeed lt was a surprise to hear that the Freshmen were plannlng to have a pread' It rs the first time ln the history of our l-llgh School that the Freshmen have been gn en this prxvllege And how they got around thls ancrent custom IS qulte a my tery but nevertheless they dld and from all reports lt was a most brllllant event ust see who gave 1t3 Xvhy shouldn t lt be br1ll1ant3 The color scheme carrled out ln decorating was purple and whrte the arm being to produce a simple but charmlng effect which was fully reallzed The concluding mformal hop that brings all class partnes to an end nowaday contrrbuted to the enjoyment of the occa N1 ' v t ., . 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E A slon and wlll be long remembered as x notable event ID the eyes ot e Qlass of 9 lhe unlors so cleverly arrxnfed lt that they had two pxrtles mste ad of one The hrst was a farewell party 1 IVCII tor XX llbur hood sun Ihr seeon elr annual Class partx was 1 IX en leb Srh Both spreads were gn en xt the fllt llall and d mum., vs as llldllliled X damty luncheon was prepared by the Ulrls of the class X11 the baslxet ball reteptlons xlxen to the x IFIOUQ te ams who p ayecl agalnst our rem arlxablc wearers ot the X were Qtlflllll y such as book now woes to press so wt aave to c xvc many cxents unreeorcled such as the Prom the Xlumnl Ball the Qamma Lambda 5121111 and Phllalte an banquets and the unlor Se mor retep tlon ovwexer these things to l Clr ed ol cl rmt to wrltten about here We know that each and ex ery one wlll be the best of its ltlrad and eaeh one will be unsurpassed ID the annals of e X IYDAM LPLTSKLR IP 5 I T H C R A D U 4 T E th Y 4 ' l IS. l 4 J A . ' a z g ' e a z ' ' " . M a ' Cl. th A 1 .ex 2 2 gl' 'Q . , lllll. Q a ' Y' ' 1 Il 's' 2 , i 1 'A 1 'a ' L in. ' ' ' 2 D, . a l . zjz' S e 'Q ' 'z , J Q . H 2 z' l events of great pleasure, and all of them will be long remembered as Thl ' ' ' T, J a l r l ra a 2 3 ' 3 z ' My 2 2 Az Zz L , .1 2 .J A " ' - ' . H ' ' , ' ' P are me , ezam V an a J be th f . ll. S. E A D U A A HIGH SCHOOL GAME Thus story recexved frrst prlze In the Graduate story contest Rowe up the stre 'Im and hnd the author Whats ID a name3 Ive heard them ex Ialm NOIIIIDQ at all But a game of baseball II XRRII IWIHI hx dmner of BNC ON IHRYID over IVIURPHYs IILLLed RIC IL egg yOLKS KAKEID OLIX ILS and a BOLL of T ln h xste not even wanting to sry GR XQL Rnslng HIQOCKed one eye at his brother and remarked W ILLIAIVI gomg to play ball thls after noon but y Ju don t DAQK NIVI To whnch WIII repIIed DOLCFTTE down and f'II1ISI'l your dlnner Harry pald no heed but sard as he grabbed hrs H Xl md mnt I XX XRRLM we WIN or DIONNE the he d The crowd had xlready begun to ITITIL n past the gate where they pald thexr NIQHOI S when Harry arrlved He uewed the grounds wnth un AL LLON D dlsgust The dlamond was not mathIVIAT'I'IE KI' LLY correct Besides to the WRIGHT Iay a MARSH through which ran the JORDAIN BROOKS To the Ieft a GREEN WOOD full of FERNS and HAZEL BRLSH Between Iay a KORN Held But hls observatlons were cut short by the call to play ball It was Harry s turn to bat What BEIVIIS th1s3 he exclalmed plckmg up the club In reply the pltcher hEARLed the ball stral ht at hum But Harry IS pretty LEARN and XIEALb just ln trme to MISS bemg hlt Hls next strlke x foul sent the ball Iear owcr the GOFBEL end of the CHURCH across the street He found the next ball and took a RICI7 out of It It seemed to soar away to the POLAR reglons If I only can KOTQHIt exclaimed the center Fielder as he tore along after the ball Down between the KORN ROWES he went but alas' only to hurl hrs PERSON against a WALL and get HIRT LESLIE here a wh1Ie he groaned his face BLAINCKEQI and bleeding IVIAN B I II feel better If ILENIE agalnst this LOIVIBARDy poplar Hope I am not IVIAY IVIE.d for Ixfe and falling asleep hls CARROLLed off hlm Ilke water from a TEAL s back IVIeant1me Harry makes a home run and starts on a second Vell how many ROUNDSVILLE he make3 asked a German on the slde Ilnes The game goes on I7InaIIy IIttIe Stasek comes to bat and It ,. 2 ' , c " . .' 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I . . -v - y - H ' , k v .' , . .. - - V k . , .. - , I v E DUA rs fun to see the lrttle BRADNOCK the STEFFEN out of the ball It seemed to go clear to HELEN gone way out rn the MARSH l lRlEDf MAN' on second base and the WRIGHT fielder had t W -XDE rn the DEWEN grass for the ball Meanwhrle Stasek BOLLed along to frrst and struck the hrst baseman a WONDERfulLlC H for uch a lrttle FELLER The rebound was awful HOWARD he HlTZ hrm can be Judged from what followed Frrst a LFGROse then hrs lrttle QUNlNl'VCrHAMs hove up and then he went KEELAN heels over head takrng the base wrth hrm urcker than you could say JACK ROBIWSOWS twrns he was seen to ROLLOND BOB up unhurt a BIRDQELI dom Hres faster than he for second ba e By a lot of NOBLE GLILE he per uaded the umprre that he was safe on second He LYDA lrttle sard one of the srlly GILLIS on the srde lrnes t one of the RUBES rn front of her He pard no attentron to her other than that hrs face seemed to DGNOHUE of red Then Sl-lEPEKed the NEWFELT HATTIE had on wrth her parasol There rs a stove rn your hat she sard but she soon found rt was a hot KOHL Where the HEMMINGWAY off Then for a few mrnutes the SPARKS flew How dare you' You OTTO NEAL and beg my pardon Thereupon RUBE offered to BYER another ust then the umprre crred One STREICH' You lre' retorted the boy at the bat Thrs made the umprre RILEY and he gave the batter FITZ Everybody crowded around all yellrng at once Someone called out HELEN' FRENCH' AULIK hrm' HOLUP there' HI there' AUCUTT rt out FELLERSI called another The cop wrll KOLERUS' MERCY WATTS up3 asked a HALE and hearty ENGLlSHman on the srde me HITZ a BYRNErng hame such gRAMMER' Drd you EVERSZ EDEE lrl-Le3 Then the game went on ust then the wrnd turned ELEEKER HEALY and WlNTERy and the ground ALICE Thrs put an end to the game Cheers sounded from ROCKWOOD and glen As the reporter walked home ward wrth hrs grrl he turned over hrs pad and pen to her and sard MARGURITE rt up for me Thrs PENNISTONS heavrer than mrne she replred But the report came out rn the ournal that even rng Ju t the same 1 T H C R A T E ' - . 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E A D U A TO BLRIFD POND AND BACK AC XIN lhls story won second PTIZC ID the Story Qontest l ber mmf somewhxt tlred of the seemlngly endless monotony of school llfe rnd hred by an aYYllDltlOI'1 to agaln get back mto the wxld xnd woolly vsoods and cast a fly upon the quiet waters of a certain be lllllflll llttle like set deep down among the hrlls memornes of which l had herrshed IH my mlnd s eye all that long winter l declded to go fnshlng and havmg once set the date all but fish and fishing should be econdxrj propositions school lncluded l had rn lntervlew wnth Fuzzy a companxon of many long hikes ID the woods llls reply was of course the same as It always was ln answer to a question of that nature Betcher llfe lll go old man lll be ohnny on the spot when ever you sry When wlll we start3 Wrrh f uzzy s consent the date of departure was set for une l whrch fell on the ensuing Monday Bright md early Monday mornlng l woke Fuzzy out of a sound sleep by the well trled and very effectlve method of pullmg a string that hung out of his bed room wmdow one end of whlch was at tached to hrs toe We shouldered our packs whxch we had left ln a barn ow er nxght and beat lt for the trall V9e arrlved at Bryant about seven thirty and lmmedlately set about hmng a horse and dnver We soon found them and to make the story of a long rlde short we reached Turtle Lake a couple of hours before sunset ln fact just m time to knock together a lean to and make camp and supper before lt was dark We were both tlred so we rolled 1n dlrectly after supper l have heard that almost every fisherman feels the pecullar thrill when making hrs first cast on strange and unexplored waters ln fact l know thls to be true for l have experxenced It txme and tlme again but nothxng could compare wlth that twlnge of excltement and aHtlCl patlon that struck me the next morning as l cast the gaudy bunch of feathers out upon the surface of the lake Alas' ln va1n l walted for the expected rlse and rush of the wounded fish Wrong Hy l sald to myself o l proceeded to go clear through my fly book of four dozen Hys A lat l got a r e on a Beaver ltrll and landed a lrttle fellow of about seven Inches ln length J rl 'r z ., , , ' ' I ,c . 1 , K 1 - - 2 ' . .. 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S - - . t s IS I r I E ADUA Confound the smners why dont they blte l ejaculated drs gusted with what most people call flshermen s luck but maddened by the sxght of my coolly grlnmng pard standmg on shore watching me Hrs lmpudent retort Shuqkg sonny you dont know how let me show you only angered me more l watched hum whxle he got the belt axe climbed up a rotten hemlock stub that hung out over the edge of the lake Then l under stood He was going to chop out some grub and use them for bait Smart brlght llttle Fuzzy How will l ever get It back on you l was spared the trouble however The old stub rotten to the core began to crack and suddenly rt gave way wxth the lnevltable result that Fuzzy went Into the clrlnk making a most remarkable record for a hugh dive A swxmmmg master would have sald that xt was not good form for Fuzzy s downfall certalnly was not dlgnlhed l thcught at first that he must have struck bottom and was now stuck ln the mud for he drd not come up for some time l would have jumped ln and gone to the rescue but l knew that Fuzzy was as much at home ln the water as a duck lrowever Fuzzy dld come up and soon stood once more on terra hrma a cooler a wetter and It IS to be hoped a wiser lad ust about sunset a forest ranger struck camp and accepted our mvrtatlon to take supper and bunk wnth us He told us of a small lake called Burled Pond about ten mlles due east He sald that lt was so shallow and yet so full of trout that the flsh had to stand on their heads to keep their gllls wet and that all the hsherman had to do was to wade about ln the lake and plck out the largest and nicest flsh l felt sure thls story must be somewhat exagger xted but l thought lf a ranger could tell such a story as that about the lake there certalnly must be some truth ln It So the outcome of hrs VlSlt was that our pack sacks were filled and everything was made ready by nme thirty for an early start for Burned Pond On the morning of une 3 l rolled out at three thirty got ready a cold snack pulled Fuzzy out by the feet had breakfast and started dlrectly afterward travelmg due east by the compass leavmg our vlsrtor to shift for hlmself as IS the custom ln the woods Before we had gone three mxles we struck a swamp and as It looked to be too large to go around we started straight across Twas there our trouble began Fuzzy stepped on a log that looked to be Hrm and lt crumbled away beneath hls foot slldlng hlm lnto a pool NN ,, . . . -- . . 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' .t .- v 1 E RADUA of mud and water two feet deep ln my generosity l took hold of hls hand and endeavored to pull hlm out and lnstead was pulled xn for my pams Finally however we got out and proceeded on our way only to have the same thing happen time and tlme agam Then there was one other thlng whlch mcreased our misery a thousand folcl lr was the mosqultoes Never before nn all my llfe have l seen mosqultoes of such prodlglous size and possessed of such animal llke feroclty Moreover they were hungry They were as blg as excuse me l wouldn t tell a lle about such a lxttle thlng as a mosquxtol They were just about the SIZC of Sparrow l thlnk l sald they were hungry l will glve you a few examples to show how hungry they really were l could see thelr rubs stick out as though the bones would break through the skm l had a bottle of blte no more 1n my pocket a patent appllcatlon of rather doubtful composltlon whxch was ln tended to keep away mo qultoes but lt dxdnt Fuzzy and l smeared our hands and faces Wlth lt and as fast as we could get lt on the mosqultoes would llck lt off then they would slt on our faces- and hands and cry for more But why prolong the story of our agony further3 Let xt suffice to say that after enclurlng such torture for almost exght hours we at least reached Buried Pond more dead than ahve The moment Fuzzy got a glimpse of the lonely swamp surrounded lake he ran forward to the very edge of the water looked about for a few mo ments then turned back wlth a sigh of dlsappomtment You who know Fuzzy only as he appears ID school cannot lmaglne how sad xt IS posslble for hum to look l thlnk that he really expected to pull out a few fish by the talls for supper although ne has smce posltlvely affirmed that he slmply wlshecl to see lf there was a raft or boat ln slght ThlS however IS not probable for unless the boat or raft had been some dxstance from the shore It could not have been seen twenty feet away and he knew It Summonmg up all the remammg strength that we possessed we pltched a small mosquxto proof tent of balloon silk that l always carrled for such emergencles ard ate a couple of sandwlches aplece We then crawled 1nSldC of the tent fell asleep lmmedlately and lay luke a couple of logs tll mormng l awoke about 6 o clock and saw the sun shmlng brlghtly through the thm sllk of cur tent l jumped up and wlthout so much as a By your leave to my stxll sleepmg partner l got my tackle and Ml ' I 1 - - v v ' . . 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V Y . , . . v , ., ' v E ADUA down to the shore resolved to have the first chance xt the gamey trout of buried Pond l soon found that It was lmposslble to cast from shore as there were thlck bushes growmg down to the very water s ecrge so l started slowly around the lake on a lookout for a raft for l thought there must be one there somewhere Sure enough l found the object of my search a few hundred yards from camp a small but stoutly made raft of hemlock logs wlth boards fastened rcross them wlth spikes It was dr xwn up on shore at the very edge of the water so l went to work and just as l got It ln the water l heard the brush crackllng behmd me and lo and behold' there stood Fuzzy wlth his rod IU hls hand He said that when he woke up and saw l was gone he thought l had strayed away and was lost so he had set out to find me just xs lf l wasnt rs much at home m the wrlderness as rn my own parlor' lle also klndly Informed me that as long as l had a raft ready we mlght as well go flshlng l told hum he could accompany me lf he would behave himself He promised so each of us plcked up a long pole and poled out mto the lake arrangmg our rods we put on a couple of good flres and prepared for the bug one Fuzzy had his tackle ready first and l stopped a moment to watch the result of the cast lle strlpped off about twenty feet of lme and made the back cast ln the most approved fashion and was about to make the forward cast rn an equally splendld style when 0uch"' l let out a yell that would have done credit to a Comanche lndxan Fuzzy had ln truth hooked the big one he had hooked me ln the ear' And Oh my' How xt hurt He thought the mcldent a huge Joke and laughed and laughed When l flnally managed to extract the hook from my ear l was so angry that l Jumped at hmm wlth the lntentxon of pushnng hum ln but l had forgotten the unsteadlness of our craft and the moment that l shifted my welght to the end occupled by hum rt tlpped up and each of us took an mvoluntary bath lt didnt take elther of us long to get back on board and as l tood looking at Fuzzy standmg on the opposlte end of the raft wlth hrs clothes so full of water that rt seemed as lf the lake must have been dlmlnlshed to a very perceptlble degree l would have grven anything to have had a loaded camera ln my hands We stood thus for several moments gazmg at each other then wlthout a word we plcked up our poles and started for camp Upon 'NP T H G R T E. 1 , ' v 1 . Xvhen we had almost reached the middle, we stopped poling, and E LA our xrrlval we hoth experienced one of the greatest shocks of our llve Some anlm xl had rlpped open our pack sacks and robbed us of every crumh of food we had ln camp We re lllled the seriousness rf the sltuatlon and wlthout a thought of the grudge that had of late hun so much lll exldence we xoted Ul"ldUlfT'lUllSlV to heat It or home Xftcr p tlxlllf., our tent txckle etc we took the traxl and worked h rd untll nlfhtfxll We then spread our blankets on a little knoll IH th mxdst of the sw amp and dropped asleep xlmost lmmedxately ID spxte of the frantic raids of the famlshed mosquitoes Somewhere al ng, IH the Iillflfllfn of the nlght l awoke to hnd that l was lyrnv ln a pmol of w xter md moreoxer that l had spread my blankets on colony of red mt which were now swarmlng all over me trylng to e c xpf the flood that had driven them from their homes It was rnnlnf pitch forks and hammer handles but rather than stay where l w is l got up md wrapplng my blankets around me l sat down on a tump to awalt the rlslnv of old Sol Fuzzy slept on calmly hut nolslly ILDOYIDZ ants and water alke l thlnk xt was about J o clock when he awoke and Slltlflg' up and looklng about hlm ln mlld QUTPYISC volunteered Looks llke ram eh3 Yes l replled lt has every appearance of lt l was 1 llttle surprl ed at the complacency wlth whlch he took the mxtter ln less than half an hour we were ready to start and pulling our belts x couple of notches tighter we agaln struck the traxl fpleasc excuse me for USIDQ the term trall for there really was none Our return trlp to Turtle Lake was a harder one than the trip comlng OWIDQ to the heaxy rainfall during the nlght but Ju t about dusk that ex emng we re xc hed Xrtlgo ard home and found a warm welcome awcutmg, us Xi AH LAND Vi XTTS I l'I 2 ,, , ' s. . ,' 2 - . , . . , . 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E ADUA Nlht' fate of Varlanettc and 'Wenasha , 1 E D U A AW IVFNTFLI IOLJRNEY flhls story won thlrd prx7e On 'Xprxl twelfth nlneteen twelxe three Xrtxgo debaters jour ed to 'Nlerra hx t c p rt t xrgua l ttc against e Menasha Hlvh Qchocl Great preparatnons had been made for thxs occ smn espeually by our first speaker who surprrsed oath coach and team with a new haircut which cost hfty cents and was cer talnly worth twlce as much when you toolc into conslderatlon the consternatxon md dlsrppomtment lt caused We hoped that the judges would take the fact unto conslderatlon that fine feathers do not malce hne blrds md so worlted all the harder to perfect our debates to les en thls unfortunate circumstance lnhe p rty as had previously been decided was to meet at the Hxvh School at eleven o clock on this eventful twelfth dev of Aprll but when twelve 0 clock came and our mo t worthy hr t speaker had not arrxxed the other debaters tarted to the tram ln one drrectlon whlle the coach went rn the other dlrectlon to waylay the Belated 'lrueler ut what was our CUYDTISC however to see our worthy frlend x alklng up and down the platform eagerly awartmg our arrrwal He c rrred 1 dllapldated pnece of baggage tlghtly under hls arm Thls much prlzed and belabeled artlcle was rlpped at the seams and tts owner shielded rt from all posstbrlltles of krdnapplng by car rylng lt under hls arm As he paced up and down the platform he pre ented as charmmg an appearance as most lmmlgrants do The party all assembled tlckets were bought and our frlend wlth hls telescope went along to see that enough were purchased Then we boarded the tram and started on our journey The satchel was placed under a seat ln the parlor car and was watched very closely by tts owner Debate work was done on the way down and some unique rebuttal was brought out by the owner of the telescope lnterruptecl only at our arrlval at the statxon when hat ln hand our frtend would stand on the rear platform of the car to let the people see his halr cut What was the drsmay of our second debater when tt was dtscov ered that the kodak wlth whlch we were gomg to get a prcture of the 'U T H C R A T E i Q l l V ney . 2 fr tak' a in a riz rj l'r rt-la 1 2- ' . th ak' ' in , , , K - lk ' " 2 'z A ' . 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C , L , . , . .. .., E DUA 'Vlenasha debaters had been left behmd For a few mlnutes the owner of the l-todalc was nn a great state of terror but It was soon forgotten for we had arrlwed at our destnnxtlon and the possessor of the telescope hrd dnscovered that hrs dear possesslon was mlss lnv He rushed up md down the c xr exclalmlng H rs anybody here seen a funny llttle satthel3 To his Intense dismay he was Informed that It had been thrown out of the window llls fxce showed constzrnxtron III every feature all at once he espled the preuous artlcle on the rear plxtform H rushed out md selzed lt ln hrs xrms where you may b sure lt rem xlned ln sprte of the fmt th xt the busm in sud l ,t ,L on he carried lt into the bus and held It ln his arms all the way to the hotel much to the amusement of xn elderly strmver the only other occupant of the bus besides our party XY hen we arrlved at the hotel and whlle we were reglstermv the telescope rested lts rlpped srdes IH a chalr We were asslgned to our rooms rnd when we got to the thlrd story our trawellng com panlon dxscow ered that the telescope was not wlth hlm Frantlcally he rushed down the three fllghts of stanrs loolung everywhere at once for lt and at last found the preclous POSSCSSIOH peacefully lylng ln a chair where he had left lt Having lt once more ln has possession he retraced his steps to his room where the telescope was securely locked IU Then just as the anclent Demosthenes strove to let hrs volce be heard above the roar of the waves so drd our frlend pr xctlce untll his voice could be heard xbove the roar of the waves on Lake Wm nebago At six thlrty we went to dlnner ard had a xery pleasant time the crownmg Joke of the exenlng comme when the hnger bowls were passed One of the boys wlshlng to lHfOYYI1 our frlend as to what these artlcles were used for sald bay do you know what that ISJ Sure responded our frxerd that s a flnger bowl l know becaust l drank out of one once About seven thrrty we went to the Hlgh School for the debate and were taken mto one of the recrtatlon rooms Here our coach gave us a few last mstructlons He thoroughly lmpressed on our mmds the necessxty of counteractlng any lmpressxons our opponents had made on the judges We certainly drd for when ln closmg our ' I , , , r K , . 4 v - - 1 ' ' ' i . .' 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L Al My .xg 0 L X , ju-,' ma ICI l Ile IS just lbfglnnllg Jr us to 1 'Now wc ll H ln llfes laatt es n la uncle our ay Well oftc n thrnlx rf school days when we wmreyounsz and ay ll h vu loxe so xx Who nova. xvc passed aw Vkell loolt for our Cllploma Ihat NILI l XRI framed that diy Xncl say we re glarl he framed xt n n at and durable may XX O'NDr RILI FAQTQ FOLND IN LXAVI PAPERS CC-uaranteed qtrlctly Origin xl XIIDUIS men were farmer and women who had courage enough omg out and flght at a minute s notlce O You Wont D1e' N ou re healthy as a frsh you re haylnff a gay old tlme the future looks rosy your slogan IS Un vwlth the cl1nce let Joy he unconflned VK hen rho Iltanlc yy ent dovs n the I rn elers lnsurance Co we rep nt rl lr xy el: rs bee une lxable for QNI' 'Vlll..I ION DOLI XRS cl Xccrclc nt lnsur ance ancl One llunclrecl 'Ihousancl of llte lnsur xnce C urxerl by its passen ers These people Clxclnt expect to dle lut clre they clrd md that uclclenly YOU DONT NEED INSURANCE llou xhout that mother who struggled to Que you ducat1on3 X cut l QI ter or aged father3 How about you yxlle and prat tlm l'JalJy9 'Xie you 'WL Rl you could C116 wlthout a twm e of CODQCIGDCC and re that Illl N clo not need ln-.uranu bo away lnxclx incl thmlx It oy er KIEFER MAERTZ CO LII'I ALCIDLNT FIRE BOILPR AND LIABILITY INSURANCE RI4 AL FQTATI' XND LOANS ll "RIilfI. f I ION" .A ' .' jf' Ir lf: 4-:rch of .' -dgyg A fl 'y' 2 L pl' ', H -1 fs- V1 - -.Z Xxytl rx or she 'P ' cl 3 wll, ' hz A L. K ' 'ayt .A N' ' Y ' 1 ' U l a f-' Q I E . .A. 2 J Hfqranlilin was the First mar: to invent Lightning"-I.. L-y. to c' ' i If ' ' '. ' S i. , o , o - V' K. : . - Y D Y. : 1 J-'l J' : " ' I ., ' ' . rese we' -'z ' ' -J e ' , '11 . - .' -f w .f . ' X 'e , ,A - 2 2 ' ' 1' ' g. . 1. ' V . ' . u I ' A .2 5 T v INO. rg ' , if y" ' an 0 ' . ,L dI"7f'f -ns , 'cj' ' . ' ' x' " - , g 1 vi IL-Y L,,..lv .S K. ftl -1' i.'1f' O "zi'z " T ' ,N G IC if The Best 15 A SATISFHLD LUSTOMLR wr REIXIN OUR cUsrm1FRs xusl wi- SAIISIN 1 xrtm wtll 1 mod t lttn p mt Xu set out to sc rw the busmes Commun ltx O thu uty vslti he :st frmtmg that Qkllled vworlxmen of thc clay md x Our prlces have xlw ws bee 11 commen surate wlth the qu xlltx Of our procluet We are the prmters of the I9I 7 Grad uate and we refer to mt wlth justlfmble prlde as a sample of the quality of prmtmg we do VNF ARP ADXERTISINC COUNSHIORS R sim vmsr x WE WANT YOUR ORDERS lun L-XIJIL N xT1 UMR m IX Prlnters of the IQ! Z Graduate I P11utex'softl1e IQIZ rz lu CC 99 N I 1 N w w BECK .' 'f V l f H Q " ' "HHH Sta 'g i Q vs 'I' l- le , '- f ' fl lx BL-f 1' -RQ detegnunation to please could prcgduce. ', I ' ' f 2 . LT f.. f ol' ,x1mx'riRT1:fQ. melyu Rl'ISlTI.'I'S THE ANTIGO PRINTING CO I'I1rbN!'11,U ave S Clothes Shop SOC lk IN BR XND xncl HIRSH XX ICKXX IRE CLOTHES ljlll lts Shoes lxnapp lelt and llelcl Hats lLCl1pse and lcle Shlrts Stlxer Collar B ax VI incl Xogue Neelix eu lhocmx Guarantee llo e and l wxs Lndfrvxear Ex erx thin 'N w and Strlctlw Lp to date I prlc DAVE WIDCERSON g thy tt Ed Buehen Creamery USE BUCHEN BRAND BUTTER A Tflal Gfdef arid yOU USC HO Olfl'1C1 SWEET MILK AND CREAM FOR SALE Neff BL1llCl1I'lg PHONE 324 F1fthAvenue O , ' ' e 3 LV A A V, A, L. 2 - , . H l's. .'..z 'lj .ll 'V.2',J cl . , , . . . . s.' .clk f 'z. gye 1' -- zmcl O we " 1- to all Une Door lfast of First National Bank If there is no room at the top, take a scalin ladder wi ou. A bird on the hat is wor h wo in the shop. It is not always the fellow that Hjurnps the gun" who finishes hrst. . cc 7' e 1 . 9 , ,b JUST A MINUTE' Frshmg Taekle Base Ball Goods Breyeles Cutlery ete XX c ire 'md w 1 l be he xdquarters for bportlnr. Lo yds and me xx mt you to now lt W e want to be on the arne 9lClC of the counter wrtlm xou and sau fy you exery respect Our desrre rs to me you courteous md prompt attentron at all tunes GIVE US A TRIAL John Hessel Hardware Co If nts Good Hardware Hessel has lt Olin Bunyans father got rnarrrecl 1 am ind he drdnt lrke rt xery well so he jolned the LlVll war Hermls D Besxcles haxlng the plot built upon lum Dorsl ny he IS strong enou h to lntroduce comedy to x grewt de ree Rob L ThE 61 Y dSlI1 CXCC S of Greece Everybody Needs Gne' GAS RA GE AND A Gas Water Heater ANTIGO GAS COMPANY IHH I XXX- urn' lu-rw iljqillll 'ith ar rsvlllplvle- mul rrp-to-rlzxte Line of . . 7 f 'I f , . . 7 9 ' fa . vAl . 2 ' l A K' 1 . ' '2 -' v ' , S' .r ' ' 'A ,' . J 'S ' ' in ' ' . . I K6 ' Y ' 77 7 . I .a ggi. Q i , . . , ' ' , C Yi 3 , g . 2 L Q g . - . . S C -." s . O W 5' ' '? ' - X 1 I 2 f 1 Clothlng Hospltal Trade at lame Tdllofmg, Frank Cherf S Store Prcssrng and RCDHIIIDQ fr Speelaltx cf5ldQQji2j 05envrz1l Hlvrrhanhrse C IXI F J KADOW 607 F rfth Awenue Phom D40 Phone D3 cl th a th oun r r d ah kt PRIEBE BROS INDIAN XIOIOR L N L LIL Tl N N IREE -XIR I OR XL TOVIOBII Y TIRED WWII NIOIOR L J Cornlces Blow Plplng dncl Reed 85 Duval CO lj umdces Autornololle Garage dncl 55 1 N Galxanrncl lanlxs ancl lXlDCl'a of lzepalfllnl Stacks x Ol IN su 1 1 ms xxo REI XIRIXL. SANS! Mrlox Q LAR xxnzlio 508 Superlor Street Corner Superlor Street ancl PHONE 44 Slxth Avenue lOl , .A ,- N rl , ' l ' lu ii 9 lvl' 'e 1-pl a 0 . A ' UJX shlp Sklllll1g21I'0UH e world is zx proof of the e r 's r cl- ness." U.-Xu alluvial lan is like a round circle." Nlghe south da ed the north o hght, an e north too he dare. So this was the cause of the Civil war." 'IEW llll Nlf ' Exflusrve .-x2l'I1lS fn: l'.X!l1E,lDli! ,. , M f-XR N V v f -' . H X ll N5 . I v I - r . 9 ' V' 3 ' ' 1 IJ ' , C r y 'f l 43,5 ,, A s W ' f 5 l ' The Home Stcbres Co Jalnes Ga en LUANS 00 Fne Insurance 2 5 c NOTARY PUBLH Antlgo s Cash Bargam Centex M x x mn mn xc L r nh hu FOR DRUGS HIHCB HYKBI P E R F U M E S CKLEMMAN 8e KIEFFERJ STATIUNERY CHOICE MEATS J F HOIIIB MBU!! Sausages CAI L ON PHQNP 10f Phone 48 827Flf1h Avenue In 1 . ' - 1. ll -,:1. .1.-5.'X '.Dll Dorft back upg b I-Q up. I ' cl 'f th fll h 'd, U lk' h pf h cl l'b l 4t h' h d ? D 't Htz 2 '11 h ' d 1,3 h f .t gut pw- then he isn't wor i ing. N, V Fen ,A A AND - o o X 1 Y . A I S N 1 Laughtm 51 Kelly Farnham 8zYahr 5 L Hc1YdWdIC X Qement, Llme Buck Agrlgultural Implements Coal W0Od eff mut e om he IS PC entrlc u t p t 3 ur 6 on 1 l 1 Use Antlgo Bland INIFRISII D p,UTT13R and IX TH. C051 OI LIN INQM KIlCREAM 'TW C IDLIX XC U1 LROL F RH S Amigo Creamery Xe Produce Ge P311T1GI'8LS1Pek K Phone vv7 Ill lll.Xltti5lfN , . lllf t'.N"'t"X to ' 'A A fJtlt.I..ll.NVl5 x x 11 , , , 9 9 W 9 9 f' tt' he is poor, he is .x M "1 if he has th HC , U .1 , C . If you sec what yo twtic-xv is ex good tue. u 'o pil 't. Domi! wait for ex Survr thing or you worft get any odc'lS. Ntexytvr- the Lord haters thc' quitter, but I believe that the devil tml:-S tht- tr-How wtf am vxvrlsv. st u 19 , X V X V . r 2 "il , ,T , . . ,fkyg If S 5, -' no ' X VJ Ati? r N k ' Q il 'Ez K' Q fff Ntrrrmutnvturc-rt try ttu' g I 1' . fl 3 Vt NNI-1 3Sll ' -'- ZZ The GIYIS or Boys Graduatlon The une Wedding I h se are happy ex ente whieh mark Lpochs in the lives ot the youn people SURELY sunh important ex ents are x orth a picture Let ue make some tor you BAUTER Photographer Y P Y Y t The Amigo Bash Grocery u uahty G1 oeeries PROMPT DELIVFRIEL TO ANY PART OF THE CITY PHONE 528 IU! I , , 0 . ' O . ., 15 w ' , . x, - ' . y r 9 Nlihe pyramids were large huildings where the put the hodies of the dead. it was a sort of a thumh with large rooms."-Brilliancy dis la ed b ' Eric Peterson. "You put za negative Z1 the end of a German . , t nee. when yr donit know anything about it." I I Q I 0 1 - 1 9 LangIaCIe County Absu apt Company I X XNIIN IOHN W BROWN Gustav W1nter GROCERIES UHIOH IVIeatIVIa1'Iqet LIN L AND DRESS STOCK I' IdI1Ix ICIIHCISOH N I AIIoert Peters Guns Ilsrols Arnmunltlon FlSI11l'1g I acIcIe Ge-neraISport1ng Loods IIRQT CI xss REI XIRINC Anngo Candy Kltchen N xpad :IX I rc prletor J f R XXI I NRI IJ! I1ftI1 -Xxenue XDIIHO W1 Con n John IVIcCartI1y Cltx Dlug Store I I RI L IX N I-ID OI IOD IVI1II1ne1'y CAI X Mrs L Wahl ln I - x A II I 5IlXJI.I1 AND x w I IIQI IIIKF Q. .. .Ifll I I I A I . , I I'IZI-.FIIDIIN I 'III' IIA I NWI" I'I1fH1" IPI 2 bfi Sup' St ' I I'Imne 5.27 II IIN IDI Ii IN Ix-XIJOXY, I'r-,px D,.d1,,, H, II 3- I . - . . IJ.'IIIe1s III V 4' I f I 5 N A ' 5411.54 mn XII-.IJILXICLR-XIH CkYL'I,I'5. III IKIIIVIF Y KXCIIII FI I'I'I IIS, IQIYQ' PImx1e NH Q' MIT IVIIII1 fx.Xt'IlLl - 1 I .V x - jk' is I' 1 ff- A f- -:W 'il-'Ti' Wifi' fa VVV. .ii-AA-T, I Pa z'is, lv ' I 1 , I ' I 4 I ' I7RL'II' ,-XXII ICTI-. f Ia: . J: .OR II.f- I' IpuI.ar Y I I0 bORI.XI. .XRIISIQ Ianm Ice Lxiuxrxz ?l1mIae-54 IIII ll? I I 1' h A,'sU.enu,, X dl-fI6ft'I'lIiI'ill'lCIS. I I I ICQ- Lrezxrn 5urIas. 'Iii I , IIIISI1 InIrJrne,marIe l'uncIx. IIYUIIQ 4 N, ' ' . ' . .- k , S ix I W'IIf I.' Nil 7 LI? I .-XIII I I I I Q I U A 'W M II iI..O.' I'INI'. l.ITNI'. OI' 'z ' NII35 I I ' ' . I-'mil -XX-PMI? ' S23 I'-1 I1:5n'e-., .-Xntxgo, W is I WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE NR1sh the Button-and lk-sf' W MQW THE PUSH BUTTON KIND fi Ro al Easy Chazrs ans tnt a e t Llv RcstQ1a1rs C ome III und let us Clemonstratc these hne Chairs to Vou XX e carry a complete llne of Eurnl tuxe and Rugs MCCANDLESS gl ZUBEL The Golden Rule IS too flne to wear larly to rlse ind early to hed ls be'ter than wearing a towel on your head an JUL: NQTBDEFMQMQQ F f "'a2..u-- ina! 4 2""1 gf lllpil ml -,tj B 4 f 1 CO0 5 'V ' 8 munnnnaw AL, 0 CRUISINGGHUNTING BOOTS RIVER SHOESZEXTENSIUNS O QJQFKQ- -Jw- 72l FIFTH AVE PHONE333 ANTIGO WIS llH 1 L - ,,, Q V X , ' 'lf 1 ,, ,iw 1 , V .f , . H N . .. if N- 1 Ch l' 'r :'1 l' . ,QI 4 f LV-1,,.,.wcP ' ' T, C ' - - - 1 1' af' ' ' , , . , . , r yf LA K 1 L , V 1 . . : I we E j F4 - . . 1- x - '3 W - ' ' ' -V E 1" in 'f' I' A ' gil. X -e-5 F "EQ 'r lf 4 . ex.: NJ -2 L' I Q , 'V . ' ' Q fu I ' V 1 .i- -KQUQI U1 ll ' ,sfn , 1 ll fp . J I W A ll S-ls. I df' , - - Q .4 ' wr -.. - , - 5,1 Q N--,l , Fl ll V,,f,1f '2223 - :rs-, "fl ' l ? 73'E3 R l f " 1 , ,r--2 --1 ,,., .. 'M' V -- f- 1' ev L- ' -i - 5 - N-, ', Q -F-5-Q-, -. X E 3- . Y--W "' ' :ng ' " M: - f 4- S'-'J' ' w. . ' "- , ,I XAWUV CUWEBQ ., . . YM? V-T9 , NN-K f Jgrff 5' wr-Yr-i-X ln, M 12: T - E-J: T.:l12"F' me L. E, ' 1' l we . I A :sm Lonyswg -I nr 5: AY J- fn 5 x 5. ,LQ "' " ' " "" ' T: 5 - , w w ' a' 1 ' " IV' ZPL fl !!!.1'-WV -g . 23 ' - ff nf 4 1 i. 4 " X 2 ' -. V---f nf' ' ' A .v -- ' , , i f v , ' 1 ' X' -1 Q--figs!" 'IRL 'V '-., ,, . v-,, ' ' "-' e , . 3 Grocery uallty and Prlces e 1 gh: t 111 111 ol brow rle s and Bxl-:er1 at e l X e Illfdfl l 1 on r 1ll1 super xcc en JL r pure s 1r 1s1 6113 o t1 I1 1 1ou 111ll fmfl 111 ot 1 r s ores tllf s 1 0 r 1l 1 y Jrlcc c 1 nc to hnc 1 f1cl1 ale ln the ox 1 TX C 1ats 1 KX 1 makz cl perm y l th Depc ndahle broccues and unexc llenl Baked C ooc 1 c:on1l11n 1t1or1 thr1tt1 pcople v11ll not lgnore Fresh Frult and Vegetables at All Tlmes John Herman Schlemmer s Old Stand Phone 84 PLXS ntn te ntn thclesn qph th tkno K I Antlgo Sheet Metal Works Roofmg, Sldlflg Eavetroughs Heatlng and Vent1lat1ng,Grav1ty and Fan Blast System of Heatlng Cormce Work, Skylights and Ventllators John G. Koudelka, Manager IU1 n n li. fs c 11l'g V N '1 ' 2 V' ' th r1g11t prim-s. llv, 1' llit ez V' '-1" All t C111 fc-ries, ou '1 z el cor 7d'1 l ly l wer l e1 vhat V' ' I lc- Qt ln lzxrt. rho Croc' ve c'e1rryz111-11ot to ln- f lmcl 111 Ellly' other st 111' 1 in I ' -we-tl14'1' are tx f1 1 l 1" 5' S - 'Cl'- 11z1 lI'lJK't'I'5' Stow ll vlt' ve A ' s :4'lt o em. ' ' N 5" e ' Q ls fs A 2 V I V' ,- ' Q . 1 lTFPSl1l'UilIl ClOtS l OVV, lJU ll dOCS . owtha 6 0 .t linow. A . o omore floesnlt know, hut he knows tha e cloesn' w. A xlunior knows, hut he cloesrrt know tha he knows. 5C!1lOl' l'infIX','.-. Eilld l16 liIIOVVS lllil he liIlOVN'S. I I I O 7 7 , u s 0 I . l O GOOD HOE ES SIR you re on the nght road to real economy when you purchase Shoes of good quallty The satlsfactlon really good Shoe IS never equalled by the temporary pleasure derlved from the purchase of a shoe that has low prlce for lts sole attractlon Qur Shoes please you when you first buy them on account of thelr correct style and perfect Ht WHEN YOU BLY SHOES HERE THERE IS A SATISFIED FEELING Rlchters Shoe Store THE BOOT SHOP OF ANITICO l always enjoyed by the possession of a 1 ' T S 7 BUY QQNDY Anugo Confeetlonery C0 Adrh L, d tt d h S20 OOO OO CHOCQLATES AND oUR MARASCHINO CHERRIFS ASK FOR THEM FRUM YOUR DEALER P th? t t The Farmer s Co Operauve Meat Market ed h 8: C p 628 S pe St eet A New Place to Buy Meats at Right Przces GIVC us a Trlal We want a Chance to Satlsfy You THE FARMERS GU UPERATIVE MEAT MARKET NTAI lli l . . . n en you will he Patronizinj Home ln ustry. There is no he er candy ma e t an our , l UBeaumont wrote: 'Lock of th Ra . " UlVTilton's fath r was a ba At "The ca for e ersian war was Persiefs hunger for land and thirst for sea- t." ml-he Scipios were Roman generals: two of them were brother , and he other was za son of one of he other ones." 9 0 N. Fr ric o., Pro rietors. u rior r 1 I Q ' . I E Ti LI xx ilf' N SQIIN 1I'lCI SII IIHIJOOIII NI XNIC L RINC CIX FI IYABL II-I IVIILS IQIHCIS JI IIHII CTIOOCIS X XNISXICOIXC I IDI-Q I x XX IQILQI II -'XX . , xX Xxx. I N -Ix,I.'X IJIQ, IIQIQI7 L . RIISIIN In xw.-I .. N I V I. XX. XI ID JIQI1, XI. ID. 'II III I Ifxwxee-1 Drs. NI. N If. LI. IDUHOIIIII' IDR. ID. If ICJNIQS Iir-1NV1-:.1III1'.NII'1L.fIIr.,' UI.. IIFI IA' I" 'I XI I xm.-N if., X:I'1,w XX, f'CIf." gs fe 'g ff -Ilf-I 4.11 ,x sm. LIS I 'I "' ' SUNI lI.AXIiIII'.Ii NIUIII' IIIIIIIIIIHJ 1111 G0 T0 THE Star Meat Market FOR soon Meats BORK Proprxetor P L 2 lu Dluuu Art stun MATERIALS I ff Nl N X0 XI Is If :In rx md Ioniulmnc rs 2 5 Smclalr Bros DRY CLEANING STEAM CLEANING AND DYEING cn Pressmg and Repalrmg Flanagan Bros FOR GOOD MEATS D GOLDBERG 8a SON GROCERIES FLOUR FEED WHEN IN NEED OF A MASSAGE HAIR CUT OR SHAVE GIVE Jones Armstrong Co Harness Robes Blankets and Farm Implements BEN RICHTER vm A TRIAL I I W' make your UILI Othcs Look Like New WM. , ' hon- 50 H - 89 Cf I . . ' . , I - ,Q - - ART NEEDLE WORK fawcv Lwswsa. n.Ac:ss :'lY'j' Nrrkmrzxrc nh Urr-35 A P5511 ND svanonosnv sooos IHUXI-Q 123 Y V y v I A 0 0 A A J EEAP5:S N ' Y 9 ' 1 1 ' l 2 J l f I ' . ' ' . " ' BEE F VE 'O I .MIIII 0, I ISCUIISIII AN GO. S ,x I' 1 V I , , Y 7 , I A 'f , Q.J I 'e X JMX III TRY Frank ra THE CROCER Theres a dlfference ID GYOCCTIES Hou dont know lt untlI you try an Order From Gray Phone I I7 I For Top-notch Quality of ' MEATS x ',l TRY Anderson gl Meyer Thrc L M xrke to Mr Korn resentat1ves3 Wrll K for stationery IVIr Korn but not for a smgle man IVIr Keelan what IS the s1Iary of Senators and Rep D 000 a year plus 20 for m1Ieage and SI 23 a year A dollar and a quarter mlght do for a marrled mln IFYOL CANT SEEXXELL SEIL Imzo PRALT my D E F I N E D CI-IIROPR XC TIC I9 the practxce or system of adyustlng they mts ln the Hum m bkf If tal fr une :Specially of the Qplne Inv handq aI0ne for the CHIROPR-'XC IIQ le n t Vledxflne Surgery or Oeteopathy or inythlm., else lt S CHIROPRAL It rs a Sclenre of posmye Iocatlon OI the cause of dmc me and Art ofre-moy1ng,lhe same hy the hands alone LHIROPR 'XC TIC, rs the Iatest word rn Sclence HI- hh Itls ea-ally Iearned The Course :S s ort n mexpensrve If you want to he of use to your self and feIIowmen study C IIIROPRAC TIC Or If you are Slfk anI have lrxed everythrny, and dld not recerve rchef try C IIIROI RAC IIL CSPIN XL PIXD-ILSTWILNI5 and get we II Antlgo School of Chlropraetle AMJREQQ A S C ANIIIII Wxscorxsm I.LJ E C K DRLCIGIST and OP TOMETRISI I-Iave Your Prescrlptlons I71IIed at LUECKS Drug Store Cat y nur lx 1 Ialcs and bupphee from I UFCIX You Icnow the place I I hone 66 II' II I I I II I II 'IA 9 I - I 7- -w . , I , I I 1 - - II I I v I :Q f II II I xx 2 r L I II II I I I . - . , 2 ' . I - I- .. - . - .- 5 , . I . . .. . . . I. , I N I. - , - . I I , I , II II I ' ' I 'II Q I T -- I , Il .I V I F I D I Y T 'T purpose Iof removing preseure on nerves, ,IIIIQ o. II , I . 1 ' 1 Y' I If -II. I I- I ' ' no II I.'z. 'I 1 I .' ' N A ' .. .. . I I II x . I 3 of a , I , .I ,. 2 I I. h il d I . . ' L4 I II 5 , I, I i- Q 'I I 1 'r rf I I. I.III.III 1 r, I II I I x I 1 J I I. I I, .. . I We Meet and Beat All Competztzon GIVE US A TRIAL HIGH GRADE Planes Organs and Singer Sewzng Machznes H N JEWELL 62 SON A INSURA CE E H PALMER 1 1 U 1 I I Prof. Hickok-A'Fred, are you talking?" F d K. C f dl J-"I ' lk' x b d ' '?" I f. H.-"XX lk' v lf." F d ly- 'Y ., Q d h I1 'll F h I h d. 1 1 , Langlade The Ideal Bakery Motor Car C0 I mms fox IC 7 N md ANILRIL AN AUTOMOBILES Il X Fil erstrons Blom out atches all kmds If AUtOIIlObllC Suppllc w Qxls Qrease CJHSOIIIIL My IRI U1 IN ghggqyy TIGER RUSSIAN OIL SI. P A R JESKE Proprletor If cl body see a body unlxm 1 q ls lt iny texeher S bu V1.5 lt the Palace , Q E5 h First Class Grocerzes Dry ea Goods Clear and Sunburnt Coffees and Teas ! IM Cl I l'1 th 6'he home of J A RUDOLPH Reined jdfotzon 1 f 'ff I pr! r Pictures Phone 5 lll ' " 'Q 1 UDQ - - .- , ' 'DN 4' XV' UN. Ah, WDRD IXII . cc If ll I I 5 1 c'Im:,xRS. 'I'uIsAc'm'o, FRU". AND .- VIFLI. l.INl'f UI" ig e ' , '- Il I ' I ' Cuarann-cd No! lo Carbonin- Repair o . Satisfaciion Guaranteed. - - , Fl " g in 2 uiz. And 21 body help :I 'Jody e ' 2 I . x . U I I lflfflll rin' lrwlwfly fm' 1H1I'!l1l'lIg I-11 Ihr' lim' nf' ' I Y the lwsl fflIlIl1'lI I-11 llw l'I2!l.S'ff'If, 'Il-YI II'l ' r-rn.w.w flu' trurk rm Iles "f I , .-11'f'lI111' um! flmp in nn . I H,f1'l'l' you frm yy fl Ifll'!II nl Ihr' 'gl I ' 'rash . I EI Complete Line of jifnfigo Building Supply QWPUNQ Sehoc1lS11ppl1eS WIN Paper Lumber Luth and Interzor Pf1111te and O11 FlHlSh F A 71111111 nc Fir 4111111 IS X FRISHVXNS IRXNIR Larson S GUILE BROS 1 Orchestra P1111t111g, P1per H111 lllg K 1150111111111 VVHEN IN WANT OF A GOOD SHORE FINE CAINDIES Gee J Larson FRANK BAXTER I 1 I Y Z ' , I O I T I ' 'VI l O 1 o s 'J 1 U lil' F Q VV,"-' Spmt fl' 'gb 'h Syl. 1. . 1 f Q , , 1 1 f P t. Sgmt fl-- 'L -'l . - F ' f K , f ' f , t. 7 C'tY Ve, Y, z ' Q sie 1 , A '10 P 5R11-2133 Music' F11r111shc1d for Dances, Receptions, Banquets, ,t '. LO' if O' Y 1 if Urchestm of from 4 to Z3 on ' ' ' A V 1 ' rf 1 A ' A Q! 1114 :fl X3 Q! - - 11 cy-x1,1,11x O O W D11e131"1'o1c .xxn MAN.x1:111-: N f1lU5uperim Street NO MATTER WI-I0 YOU ARE what wou do what xou earn hovx much Vou know or what xour age the one thlng sentlal to a successful career IS to spend less than you earn An account ln our Savlngs De partment offers the best may to saxe We are he plng others and would lllce to help wou Flrst Natlonal Bank of AHt1gO C Lexus Presldent H B Kellogg X1cel rcslclent W B 'VlcArthur Cashler Otto CJ Nolte Asst Cashler 1 I j , H ' es- , ' . ,l ' Capital and Surplus, SlZ0,000.UO PHGTGS Our Photos Please' MADISUNS STUDIO 837 Fifth Avenue y dt ty d t ly m hp3 THE Jenkins Nelson Cigar Co ANTIGO WISCONSIN 801 FIFTH AVENUE TILLILPHONE 330 Importers Wholesalers ancl Retailers f CLEAR HAVANA AND DQMPSTIC CIGARS OF QUALITY Smokers Accessories, Confectionery Billiard Parlors I l Q 7 Ancient Histor Class-"I couldn't fin he Rixer S x nor Hacles on the map of Greece." Mr. K. ha just finished explaining in Civics class, tha if a per- son is convictecl of a crime and is imprisoned he loses his citizenship. Harold la worth Canxiouslyj--"lf a person is i prisoned be- fore he is ZI does he lose his citizens i . . , . ' o l 4 Q . 7 . . UR Store IS fully Gqlllpped to 1neet 111 the reqtnre ments of Men of T rste Novel t1es 111 Haberd 1sl1ery 1re found 1I1U'Odl1CUOI1 and our LHOILG se leot1ons of patterns '1nd f1br1os 111 Sh1rts and Soirfs present suth a var1ety of goods from Wh1Ch to ohoose '1s IS not to be found 1n any other store WE ARE THE AC FNTS FOR Longley SL Roswell Hats YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS 'XNITIGOS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHFRb Ili I I I Gents Furnishings O ' - , 11616. irnrnediately noon' their QQ I I H ERBST QUALITY SH O ES f 1 I ., Q ,, 4?---f VVE DO REPAIRING FIFTH AVENUE PHONE 97 Ll 1 111111 II 111 II Volpul A 510 II III S1I11IIn11 A YI.11x llol us xnox II lls I I0lSIll'llll S 101 s Sllll Ill S Il' " 5 A A I 7' I ff '- I ,z4 f'IlII I 1 I -1 L. . .. I-, :"'1' 'I I 1, ,..s1., X. I ' f.,1"' R A Q' ' W XX X 1... 9 In I ' X W ply 1 Xyfx I V ,I , I . If IIII: E 1 1 u, If' 1' IP ay It "2 . 'r ' 'Z -J , v . X - Joe- Cf1r1IrII1C1'g IIra111sIaI111gI-HI Ie f3c1l1IcI 1101 speak Ei Sc:I1Iary wc1rCI '11II of his 1110 II1." 'ICH111 yfm r'I1z11L51- N1-ro -.-.'i1I s. V' I'1.g tI1a1t is 1'c'z1IIy c'rvcI1tz1I1Ic?" HYGSL hp I41IIc'cI twfx wives." V V 1 , . . I . 0 0 o II11 1' oI N 0 o 1 1 I o s o Q 1 0 o u ' ' l ' C Q K ' 1 A A I L v w 0 1 I J z ' 1 I I':2ll'I N Wilp SI ' 'IQ IIIIII l111IIz11's Langlade ational assess ank Capital Surplus' and Pmfts 385 000 00 CODSCTVHIIVC Banklng We hrve the latest unproved Srfety DSDOSII Boxes to rent at reasonable rates QIVIIIQ rbsolute protec t10n to customers pr1V1te papers Interest Pald on all Tune DGDOSIIS DIRECTORS AND OFFIQERS J F Armies President Ionw IJIK F I Fwnuwr L 1 CHAS Scnmmn 0110 P WAHM I lSlll6I' Wvr T 'VIMIR Asst QlSlllQI' W 9 . I 7 1 l a a ' ,, Z E ' c , f Z - ' Z ' . W W I. D. STr:FFr:N, Vice-President W. G Mfxxw I ' , 1 .I .I. ,x1u11I.lN w y - v-ru w wi l . .. 1 , . , It , fc ,..l1'f, S 'z."r ijt! It Pays to fade at Gnldhergs W MMM, mm, .il gran llmf .sL.-- H -lm 'TTL , NorthernWlscnnsln'sGreatestStore Hazel K We e ll ln the first place the charges orlglnate ln the House and lf the House votes ln favor of contlnulng them they are brought to the Senate behind the bars and Mr K Interrupting lr IS true that Senators are sornetlmes found behxnd the bars but lt IS not the usual custom Bemsek gl Rynders Real lystdtf Offict We have Improved farms and cut over lands for sale ln Langlade county and 3dj0lI'llI'lg counties Cnty lots and 5 and I0 acre tracts ln the clty and ltS nelghborhood Wnll vrlte your F lre Insurance ln good companies Will sell you tlckets to all parts of the world. Wall loan to you or loan your money on good securities. l'1 U Y , ,q,.,.. -- , e s-:e-- f ri!-h '- - I . s ' 1 : s'323g avant 1 1 e "LL i1'f"ifiit11s AL ,,... m..,v.n ' V-if ,MH AW. X ' V- W --4 r 1' 1 l' 1 4 kelzis- . ,4 s VITY 1 , "' ,s , llll 1 K ' ' ' , ,L f ., .' '-9'2" I I . .-" ' IQ , ' ' . 1 K. . pf... . ' U . I 6 X 1 6 1 x Antigo Hardware Co Hardware Crockery Stoves Ranges Farm Implements and Machmery Pamts 0118 Varnlshes Sportmg Goods Automob1le and Electric Sup pl1es Plumbing and Heatmg Specials Chlnamel and Johnson Wood Dyes szhp ARE You 1NsUREn AoA1Nsr F1re L1ghtn1ng and Tornado Dont Delay becurlng a Policy 1n a Good Reliable Company JOS DUCHAC 81 COMPANY Office in Hill Bu ld g Telephone 166 1 l l . 0 l 1 1 9 9 J U A s a 9 Q 9 ' . 5 . K l Marie Nl.-fulhis seat is too low for ef' l Teacher-Hxvill a high-Chair do?" TC3Cl161'Z..XK'l1Ht was zxccomplishefl during the reign of Augus- I tus?" 5 Erix t upil-Hlhe marshes were drained and so was the Fire and the police department. 0 0 Q 9 9 1 5 5 Q ' ESTABLISHED l885 ' ' i in Lendved Schultz lex Q5 A ee Rang a df o n Sto e Hardware Co Hardware Stoves Rang es Crockery Trnware Sportlng Goods Cutlery Parnts and C3118 Bucycles Base Ball Goods 5c and 1Oc Basement XII Strnad s Orchestra Gpen for All Engagements Such as Banquets Soczals Danc :ng Partzes etc Hugh Class and Up to date Muszc Furnzshed ames E Strnad Manager and Drrector 4 R I - I fllulikt N vs, ' . . ' . 75,4 ' Q . I Q tif? up "sri" 49. I 5 Q . . gf ,,,.wQ,xgQ J , '. . wh "A-5' y f 1 ' I f ' 1 fl , , ' , 3, 5 2, e Stnl les n las li e V s NIB: Cm-ln' -"C -l, ppl' R ' ri ll 5 Carrol Q. " Yr- , .nr frh xl ' .. ' 'rr W ' 1 f 1' Miss C.-"But th: d Q 't ll" 'x ' 5 ' Il." C1 Q.-"Wfll, 'f y 'd fd th t I y 'd k ' h t 'r 9 1 I 1 ' 1 ' ' o Pu wr: No. an 416 A .Summer man IS never 30 con Zentedas ln cz Blue Serge Suzi Now bl11e berge bl11fS look suuple but to be sttlzslz they h1ve to be tulorecl expertly Src In Bloch employ tulorb wl1o do uotluug b11t t11lo1' blue eerge mute Blue eerge tlothee h lve 11o p1tte1'11 to hule Lllllllby work 111d th1t lb wl1y Stem Bloelz IS so careful Trl on II Blue Sc me Fefzrlzc fLLClflflI Coat and Tmusf r S1111 we xr 1 tr1flel111e1l l KROM S Dependable Clothes' For man hocanbcl o rmlxhstvn o nt watch th ou Q t your sg e c 1 ery Som pe ple 11 th nk ngly look th ghtf l o s .1 tage t hlgh tlme som f us ot hok te D A BAIN Clgars, Tobacco and Candles Bllhards and Pool m Connectmn Our a1m IS to Serve Our Customers Rlght D A BAIN l l I Q . I w 3 I w ' w wi 3 tx M7 ll' E E . w 1' x 4 ' w . ' ' L 2 - V w .- 1 ' 1 ' z 1 I W 4 I . W I , c c ' . w w 1 3 j 1 1 11' - - I-1 '. belt z , 2 ' ' 1 , out laughs the Suu 111 the ful-e. 9 L A w e riven t d ' ' a n' e e "h rse sense." Do ' e clock. Y may te f1n,ers in th ma- h'n . e o , n i i . oukr u. lf Hall the w rld' ' s K ,H i's 'L ' e 0 Hg h o . O ' I . . vi When ln Need of a Smoke ask or Noble Roman Turf Kmgs, or Vlctor Cousms d D A Bam C1garCo Geo Teslce oz Sons Fancy Crocerles W ood of all luncls L D HARTFORD Statzonerv Sportznq Goods Funcz Goods Cror I-:era Tous Etr Wo!! Poprr ond Wm dou Shades 711 Fzfth Avenue Who s Your Ta1lor3 We Recommend Ecl V Prlce gl Co Hotel Butterfield Mrs L B Koelzer LP TO DATE IU d f S lxl llll llll lll n Xl llolld 0 Fnrfreshlrults Vegetables and Handy G0 T0 LIPMANS FRUIT STURE I y f Q . . l ' , . Manufacture by 1 I I Phones 3-45.:Jl7 liitli llxftlx A ' n 1 4 I Local ln ustry 9 . . o , I 1 .'. ,' ', U, --ll- I 1 ' - W 7 . ', . , N .-X. li. Sl. N, oral Agent r 5 I U . XY. li. Butterfield. l'ropr, N N 5 E :son Street ' just South o .-Xtlc l. lQ'er,' 3 xxll'lf'D in neecl. ' ll . , Y- Vin, , -V1 ,,,,- ,wtr W-,,--4 i -Y Y ,fwr ,,,-.f'-:,,, ,,i,, ,, N I 1 7 Y Y Y Y ,, . llll ' ' . A A Y ll w r X 1 1 1 l 11 Q 1 xl' A A , A J A N SIllllIIl1N'llII'l'll lay 1 1 :Q A . . I. ' in . 'l g l.o4'al lnllnslry l'f.'. I'Ia1'Iey DdV1dSOH DOH 'E HGSIHTESI Motor Cycles IIISI na I 'N I IHOIIK X L ill HX IOI Srllf' IDX Ralph Krause J Laughhn jOIxI S IK Olx XLU IDL, L II 10 5 UT IIUIUIDCTI lxr y Iulv to ta 1 Ihpul Iumll Immun fiom I .mls L If I po S 1 1 Atlas Hotel Hulwk Mrzrtzny Prop I IIN Ull I IANINIUNNIII IN S100 pcr IJIID I . I 7 o , 1 XVII IN NI'II'I 5 OI' IIN- ' tI ' t ,., ,Z ID -. 5 1 CIXLI, UN f a I B f ' ISIZ l'Ic'I'uwuI Street ' Ilppuxiln- VII5 IIz1II NIL II"Ii ' lvxa k ex P1134 wI is a cl J-"I'lI 2 e 'Ice 'O H Pupil--'AI--I wear number eiglutsf' 'lui .1 I lf x ff: Llljiv1,',- nl 4 ll L A f , 'I'IlIC l'l..XfIl': T0 filyl' Y Y I 4. 1 I . A . ' . N FIN L' .Ifl'Sl:'1'. l . ' ""lI'l1' ' . ' ' D J I f, tio K No 0 lo llc tx I L. II. . cllullvr. I' 'ol . I S. 1 J I I .ln THE REASGN WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE WITH L D DANA JEWELER 'md OPTICIAN 25 Years nt Square Dealing Wm Kzng Flowers and Plants OF ALL KINDS AT THE LUWEST POSSIBLE PRICES COME AND SEE US Q f C I Xliss IVlel.+uRoy, what is Climate?" Roy I..-Hgilillliltff is A lot of wezxthvrs put together." Mr. K.-Liwvhzxt is an zxpprentiL'e?" .. .--"lids somebody who goes to somebody's '. ' to do something." . ' LP Q IA 1011- Sl2'l'fZ'.Y . 'f. . . VIP' f C Fre1burger THE HOFFMAN HUUSE Palnter Slgn and Wagon TUQHSH A-ND PRN ATE FlfSt Class Work Guaranteed BATH ROOMS Antrgo WISCOHSIH CWC me 3 tflal Some people mlstake mental mdlgestlon for brllllancy If the door of opportunity be closed dont stand and knock go through the sky lxght Better to be unseen than obscene E WIGDERSON t GOTO ATKINS LI ERY Busses Rented for All Prcnlc Parties Department Store ALTOMOBILE INI CONNECTION Always Your Money s Worth Or Your Money Back PS Jos. Hofman, Plopri-t ' F. Hoffman, Manage . U . , Y V , - 4 I A - 1 ' N M ' 1 S ix I ' ' w . Ax 1K t - . . I . r . VISIT THE NEW Eleotno Plant You Are Welcome Superior reg at Any Tlme e rrhtr Robert clrcl you hlt llerloert with your boold upll Cmnocentlyj 'No mxfxm Teacher Robert dad you hut Herbert with the book? upx fmore Lmphxtu xll, N 1 mx in leuher Qxrn xatlcallyl Do you mean to tell me young mem y eyee hryf cleceryed me upxl ce Tl tried hir enough to xt lm ut ln t ITIISQPCI N4 s L X1 y hdt 19 1 svsaln3 t oe l'e1 VI hy xre you late3 C KN N IS IC Xlr 'x ll you were to meet Leo W ushmgton what sort of 1 Jer c n do you tlwnlx he Cl lue3 X clexd one 1 Q Leiry le there xny one who does not lcnovy wh'1t 1 lme n ers I 1 rde Of ccuree not 'x lme of centers fscenters I TOM of H76 that Lunch or Dinner UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT GIVE THEM A TRIAL CUZY CAFE 'I to I U I . T42 H in ln . , V . . V Viv: P 4 ' 5 -'I' , z" lj 'l " if I 2 "2 lc, fix Nz' - f.z I , L r , that nz' ' I a ff ?" P '-UYx'1 1 l 4 . d 5 h' h' , lm - u l A is Vll, v ' A. 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I 'Qa- FI E WATCHES THE VERY NEWEST Hand Palnted Enameled Jewelry Such as Bar Puls Watst Pine Belt Pms Hat Pms ett 'lluq rs the latest novelty rn Jewelry and makee a most f-urtable grft Lathes Dlamond Rtngs Lndxefa Sxngle or Trffany Mountmg Diamond Rings S11 75 S1300 351800 and S25 Also a very moe selectron rn the more expt nerve f5 for the SwfetG1rlGr'1duate no more acceptable grft could be Qeletted th an one of our dainty Gold Watches And for the Young Men Graduate ll IS thegrft mf supreme Q 12 3 vrtrsf 14 non a watt lt re Qomethmg he will treasure for a Ilftlllll? Int 1 1 er-it you rn malung your selection for a sulta- ble C raduatron Grft THE JEWLLER , N B-FLASS OF 1913 GIVE US A LHANCE ON YOUR CLASS PINS NFXT YEAR WL WILL BE FAIR WITH YOU H ' 1 u-Tn-n I 1 '1 r 'v 'w 'v -1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ,A .4 I Al .4 1 4 lx ' r I 1 f -Q 1 1 t- 1 1 r - W, by I f- H, r r I' w '-v n A A 4 I A I . . , L 1 rw N, Nr -1 rf 1 rv Y" 1' ' r' wr --Q w ry " I 1.5 ,I I . , ' x .' 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