Antigo High School - Hi Light Yearbook (Antigo, WI)
- Class of 1921
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FRED SCHWARTZ Lommerual
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INEZ FOWLER Domestlc Scxcnce
Long mn vam
ERWIN WIEGERT Lommercxal
A mmd ruled by reason
Why should I blush to own my love
Tas love that rules the realms above
FSTHER NOWOTNY L 0lllll'lLl'Ll3l
Thy smile can make a summer where
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The Athletlc Assocxatron proved to be a perfect organrzatxon thrs year Early
rn the school year the followmg offrcers were elected Donald McArthur Presr
dent Norma Othersall Vlce Presrdent Earl Hoxem Secretary and Treasurer Ted
It was through these h1ghly effrcrent offxcers that the athletlc department of thrs
school was very successful thrs year Therr abrlrty was clearly shown 1n the able
way rn whrch they fmanced the games and all other athletrc actrvxtles The work
of these people has made the Athletrc Assocratron a strong organrzatron whlch they
leaxe to the school to carry on
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REVIEW of 1920
Wlth 9 A men as a neucleus and a
world ot green materral Coach Canup
on Sept 4 started burldmg what proved
to be the greatest football machrne that
ever represented the Antrgo I-I1gh School
About 30 men reported for pract1ce the
flrst nlght and stayed out the entrre s a
son w1th a greater drsplay of n and
sprrrt than had ever been shown before
Practr e was made harder and more
gruellmg by the purchase of a chargmg
mach1ne ard tacklrng durnmy The re
sults brought out by the unflrnchlng work
on the machlne and tummy were made
comsprcuous later on 1n the season by the
low hard chargrng, and deadly tatklrr' o
the ent1re team By the earnest co opera
tron of both men and coach It soon be
came evrient that nothmg short of 3
champlonshrp team would be develop
NEW LONDON 1 ANTIGO 67 AT ANTIGO
The season was opened on Sept 25 w1th New London Hxgh School Due to
to try out the men IH drfferent pos1t1ons and place them where they were best frtted
Th1s game clearly demonstrated the strength of the Antlgo team whxch would be
come even more powerful w1th the return of Prosser and Morrrson out on account
STEVENS POINT O ANTIGO 4r AT STEVENS POINT
Antrgo practrced conscrentrously the weelr prevxous to thrs game backed by the
deterrnlnatlon to defeat Stevens Pornt on her honae freld a feat whrch had never
been accomplrshed by an Antlgo team W th everv man playmg ua to form
Stevens Pornt was dow ned on October 9th
MARSHFIELD 0 AN TIGO -17 AT ANTIGO
In thrs game Antrgo met the strffest OPDOSIIIOH wh1ch had corfronted her thus far
thr season Ant1go brought the ball to Marshfmeld s f1ve yard l1ne tnree trmes
before they were able to score Captaxn lVIcCorm1ck starred on offens w1th
three touchdowns to hrs credxt
WISCONSIN RAPIDS 0 ANTIGO 56 AT ANTIGO
The week prxor to thrs game was sp nt rr' strenuou pra t1ce as rt was heralded
that Wrsconsrn Raprds had a xery strong tearn Rememberrng the 45 7 defeat
whlch tne vrsrtors had glven Antlgo last year the local tea'n went rnto the game
determmed to get revenge Wxsconsln Raprds proved ro match for Artrgo and
was defeated Therr only chance for a touchdown was thwarted when wxthrn
10 yards of the goal they trred a forward pass whxch was 1ntercepted by Llpman
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who corlged throu h nearlv the entire Wisconsin Rapid team and raced 92 yards
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M14 RRH L U ANTIGO 81 Al' AN TIGO
Merrill as orsidered one Of the stroneest tea'ns in t'1e conference Having
:tered u me score xith Wisconsin Rapids Artieo s greatest aim was to defeat the
o e other team that had defeated them last year The Merrill gang was a little
heavu r than Antigso s but the locals succeeded in w aiking away with them render
ire the m felt 4 isiye defeat
WAUSAU 14 AN UGO 34 AT WAURAU
The ex e wit Wau au was to eecrde the Certral Wis onsin Conference Cham
1 ionshi, lioth teams had good records Wausau having lost only one game and
Artigo x ith a elean slate The Wausau men w ere reputed to be hard flghters on
their own feld but this did not phase Antigo in the least and when the final whistle
blew Antigo was x ietorious Although Wa sau was beaten they had the d1st1nction
ning the Central Wisconsin championship it was the first t1'ne Antigo had eyer
defeated Wausau on its home field Prosser fullback made the five touch
downs and also the goal kicks This was the tnird game Antigo had won from
Wausau in three consecutive years
ln addition to being a hard fought and thrilling game it also had its comical side
Lioman broke aw ay on an end run and the last rran or the Wausau team touched
him rust enough to rend his pants Needless to sav Lipman s extreme modesty
forbade him to continue travelling to a certain tot. hdown
SUPERIOR 50 ANTIGO 1 AT ANTIGO
There were now only three undefeated teams in the state Artigo Majison and
Superior It was decided that Antigo and Superior were to play at Antigo on
Nov 20 and the winner of this gafne to play Madison at MHOISOH for the state
Judging by comparatiye scores the two teams were nearly evenly matched
with Ant1g,o seeming to have a slight edge on their opponents The game was
played during a steady rain which gave the hea rer Super1or team a decided ad
vantage on the slippery field as the light fast Antigo backfield men were unable to
keep their feet Superior being favored with all the breaks of the game scored
16 points the first 10 minutes of play before Antigo struck their stride For the
remainder of the first half Antigo held Superior helpless and threatened to score
on several different occasions
Antigo started out with a rush the second half and scoreo only a few minutes aft
er the whistle blew The outcome of the came now appeared doubtful to the
Superior supporters But at this time when Antigo was at IIS best the hard luck
started Captain McCormick was carried off the field with a broken ankle and a
few minutes later Prosser was badly miured necessitating h1s removal from the
game With the loss of these men Antigo s spirit seemed to die down
Although the remaining regulars and the subs fought haro they were unable
to stop the terrific assaults of Hancock the big man of the Superior team Morri
son played an unusually fine defensive game in spite of the fact that he was suffer
mg with a sprained ankle and a Charley Horse
The score of the game gave no indication of the hard fight that Antigo put up
If the field had been dry the score would have been much different We are not
offering an alibi but if there were such a thing as luck lt was certainly against
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buck more man owrcamn thu hancucap xxxth 1115 speed and
flgkt HL um ar mxculwt Mau' f sumxng to kroxx when to
u L tk e mght plax xt the nght uma Hu woman ham that qualx
ty of clearlv boumnngg the 51gua.s Arn, keppmg thu mam up on
Umm toes Buck was a good forward pasbnr a mmppndabln
tadcler arm a 1121 hm 'p m tl n mterfgrnnu
By 1115 good work1astyear,TLd was selected 10 fmll om ol tm
xxmg, posmons HQ was a steadx plfayur and Qould alvxavw bp
cmpendeg upon Vmuies thls he vxau good at brnakmg up m
terference aml gettmg the mem Because he vxaS a httk small
nr than the rest of the men m the lme the opposmgg team usually
pxcked hu and as a llttle wvakcr than thu other end Thur
f1rst play around hm end was mough to Com mcg them thatmxxak
useleis to try to gam ground around hun Next year xx 111 be
hms last and much can be expected of h1m
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thit he was 3 natural born football plaxar Thr0,1.gk1 thu bm a
bon HL xxorkeu 3 I oufl HL wan QU 01 x teraw HL was om
of th but cent fb me A H S mer tumgg out Mac was
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mv around the emu 'Vlac 5 gram anon xxmll make a hole m e
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loo mum outbmg uork mum xt 'wpo 1 IL tor A1 IX 10 L N1
0111 for tootball 1115 fxmt thru xcar, but hm mms that no ren
bloowai xouru man cm rewm Iootmh tmreloxg thy start
of Ins labt year m school sam hmm out pract1c1ng hard and Ialth
tu X Larnlng thu gawm ae. tml as Ho wb e E' mx om BOOTH
saw that Andy woulu maxfe 11 ft al 'ulunbmu full back as he nab
fast and Charggu, 1011 and ham' H15 xork m the first game of
tm season moxxui that hp had thg ual btuff and throughout
fhp season he QAXL 3 good acf ont of hxmbnli
P15,,e Suxty One
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When lt comes to rntercepttng forward pass
es Frnucane was no slouch He seemed to
frgure out the opponents plays as McArthur
d1d and knew just when to expect a forward
pass In the New London game he 1ntercept
ed a pass and ran half the length of the fleld
through nearly all thc opposlng team for a
touchdown By h1s speed and qulck dodgrng
bunny could sneak around the lnterference and
get the man hcfore he got started L1kc Jer
ry he w as ood naturcd and xlw ays ready w 1th
some wxtty remark: wh1ch helped the team
along thus putttng h1m IU hlgh fayor wrth al
h1s team mates
Laabs playlng la1s tll1I'Ll year on the team was a mlghty
factor ln Ant1go s powerful offense Although tnyured rn prac
t1cally exery game. h1s low dr1y1n attack shattered the for
wart, walls of all opponents and made h1m feared among the
teams 1n th1s part of the state fre also estabhshed a record
for the school tn makrng Z8 consecutrvc goal ktcks On ac
ount of h1s experrence and excellent playrng ab1l1ty he was
unanrmously chosen to lead next year s team
T-fyrnre wlth thrs years expertence wtll I-
he a xalslable asset to next ycar s team H
15 a fast heady backfreld man and has estab
l1shed a reputat1on for h1s ab1l1ty to prck holes
rn the opposmg l1ne He 15 a hard worker and
h1s COHSCISFYIOUS efforts have developed h1m
1nto an expert defenslve player Hym1es
frghttng sp1r1t carrted h1m over the l1ne for a
touchdown ID the Merrtll game
Jrm was a born fghter and dtd not know what
gue up meart At tackle he always played a
good game He was hea JV and besldes thts hal a
great deal of speed The system of the unbalanc
ed lrne placed htm besrde Stro chan on offense and
together they worked lme a tractor smashlng
through and openlng up holes On defense he was
a wonder and the frst tune h1s opponents trred to
come through htm they found that he was a tough
proposttton .hm s exper1erce th1s year w1ll make I H H
h1m a valuable asset to the team next year ,K
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lnt rx p1tat1on ot hung tnn fastut optn fmlo runnpr 1n IIA.
fonmrtmg madt M1146 ftarcd hx LN crx tnam Art1go plaxed Ht
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Lrx t1mL hL1.11r1u1tl1t l xx ft s 1 tacklts and
l l 1Illf,TLt'I1OTl ol fofxxau passps prtxgnteo anx dams
ourd 11s up 0 tm 11p lr 1
Lhuclt s txxo xcar s exptrmncg ll
C o httpd Mm tor the quarter bacl W
os1txon and after the f1rst game ,
f wacl Canup s chown xx as xx ull 1ust
L .L xxas a horn tootlnall e 1'
d1splax1n11 rare xuagment on all
OCCHSIOUS HAL 1l2iX1YliI CX CIW TUIHUTC
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ta1xlts nutr ptrmnted a man to
1et ast r1mth1s xear
H1 hard deadlx
Durmg the f1rst part of the season Bull xxorlaed at guard
and held doxxn that posmon 1n a xery crednable manner H
xxas stockv bllllt and vxas ons of the fastcst men on the
souad He t1cl1led loxx ant' xtrx sgldom m1ssed h1s man
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and h1s work ID that pos1t1on shoxx ed that he had the mak
IHQIS of a good full A l1ttle more expemence IH the back
15 all hs mods 1TlQl than Buxarc for the
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to rms My was .1 Etna ix quarter bac
p a pmc fan team xx 111 be Surg
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his wclglil gmd guilt si -Q' ' mix gains 41' mi hit X
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Basketball, 1920 21
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vt 15 thmned out unt1l about frfteen men remarr
Ll lrom uluc W thL tcam xx rs ,nc Lt
I x l lor Loach Qanup to select the
team as all thL mLn shoxud up Vlfhll and thL
was not 'nuch drffercnce rn the1r plax1nL 3lDll1
I-lll, forx arus l'rarc1s McQorm1ck Don
aul Lra1rL lxLnnLth Mos rrp ant, Jake LP
man reltl noun tnL1r POSITIONS IH good stxle
all hung accuratc haskLt shooters and fast
tloor men Bnl C., rran ano Ray Noxotnx
f1llLd tl L pu ot posurons The1r vwork on thc
floor coupled xx 1th therr ab1l1tw to shoot baskets
ro eo that thex XXLYC ual qualxfred for the
osrtron llae guarcs Lcster Novxotny Her
mm l-r1L llanu Nlxcr Lrpman and Raymond
JI lttka wLre Lry Loot, L1Lfcns1wL plaxers anc
mL L also 1hlL to xx orl tn the offense
VV1th thrs scuau ot f1,,llICI'S Coach Canup
sta teo workrntf but rust before school closed
tor Chrutmas xacatron hL left Durmg the
x 1Lat1on P rncrpal N H The1sen took charge
ot the team ur t1l thc nevx coach should HTFIVC
Alr'Lr xa atron Lanups good lLadersh1p was
ahlw taken un hy Mr Hugh Franc1s
MATTOON lo ANTIGO 18 AT ANTIGO
The frst Lame of the season was played vuth
llattoon on DecembLr 10 The wllaefers put
up a scrappy frght hut vxere defeated
thxs Lama tnL coach vt as ahle to QIVC h1s entrre
scuad a try out
MARINETTE 23 ANTIGO 17 AT
The Anhgo team as yet was not really or
ramzed, as McCorm1ck was out on account of
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football 1n1ur1es lNot heme used to the
small baclt boards the locals mlssed
shot alter shot Therr floor xxork xx as
rntet lnetter than that of thelr oppo
rerts but as Mumette SllLC6LQlCLl m
malxme most of therr shots they xxon
A ter 'hrs eame Loach Canup left to
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me eonlerenee setson xxas opened
xx rtn fomahaxxla Antlgo s clexer floor
xxorle md smort pxssme completelx
oxerxxl elmeo them ind thex xx ere beat
'VIATTOON ll ANTIGO lo
On lanuarx 6 a return game
xx is olaxed at Mattoon Smce
thex me lelo Anttgo to sucl
a close score thex xxere conf1
dent that they xx ould defeat Us
on thelr oxxn floor Antrgo
hoxx ex cr succeeded m walkme
axxav xx1tl' tl em
2 Af ANTIGO
A game xx as scheduled to be
played at Marshfxeld on .lanu
arx 14 but as that school xxas
closed on account of a scarlet
fever ep1dem1c the game xxas
cancelled Wrttenberg was
then secured to play here on
condrtron that a return game
xxould he plaxee, at W1tten
berg The game xxas fast and
exccrtrng but the vrsrtors xxere
completelx out classed
MLRRILL lf ANTIGO Zo AT
Vhe Merrrll team xfxas determ1ned to
get rexenge on account of the football
le eat vxe nad erven that school A
txgo started scormgg early and was IH
ne leaf' throughout the tlme
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Thts game was not as fast as the game played at Anttgo due to the sltppery
floor At the end of the ftrst half Wtttenberg led 8 1 but the second half Antlgo
came back w1th a rush and when the flnal wh1stle sounded was v1ctor1ous
STI' VPNS POINT 9 AN TIGO 29 AT ANTIGO
btexens Iornt had one of the fastest teams tn the conference but was unable to
get through the Anttgo defense Artlgo hae tl e hall most of the t1me and bv short
passtng w ts able to et many short shots una er the gasket whtle Qteyens Potnt
resorted to long shots Tne short pass ant short shot won Although the score
was not elose the amt was fast throughout
WAUSAU 21 AN TIGO 13 AI ANTIGO
Ihe lu, Game of the season was played w1th Wausau at Ant1go on Iebruary
3 Anttgo and Wausau were constderel the strongest teams tn the conference
I rom the start lt seemed as though the fans wo xld see some real fast I3 I3 but the
game soon slowed up on account of the many foals that w ere called on both s1des
In the second half Nowotnv McCorm1ck and C,ra1ne were taken out on personal
MERRILL 1 AN TIGO 3a Al ANTIGO
At Anttgo the slaort pass agatn completely smotheret Merrtll Anttgo s defense
was wonderful and held the1r opponents down to one pomt whtle the home team
ran up to 35 pomts
RHINILLANDER 20 ANTIGO 3 AT RHINELANDER
Not unt1l Rhmelander was admttted 1r'to the conference drd Antxgo schedule
games w1th them As Arttgo s schedule was fllled a mtd week game was play
ed at Rhmelander on February 15 It seemed as though Arttgo could not get
started the ftrst half and was held scoreless 12 0 As 1n all preytous games
Anttgo came back strong the second half and ran up 13 pomts to Rht elander s
8 but the lead 1n the flrst half enabled the northerners to wtn
WISCONSIN RAPIDD 1 AN TIGO 30 AT ANTIGO
Although they had a hesky team Wtscorsm Raptds was no match for Antrgo
and was defeated on February 18 They were much slow er than the locals and
could not break through the Anttgo defense for a short shot Ltke most of the
other teams that played agatrst AHIIQO they had to resort to long shots
WAUSAU 20 ANTIGO 23 AT WAUSAU
The game at Wausau was a surprrse to many as Wausau had nex er been defeat
ed on tts home floor for more than seven years Anttgo had never before de
feated them at Wausau and chances of thetr domg so dtd not seem very promtsmg
as Wausau had defeated Arvttgo at Antxgo But nevertheless the tables were
turned and Wausau was gtyen tts frst eefeat of the season It was constderecl
by many of the Wausau people the best game that had ey er been played on the
Wausau floor Ftrst one took the lead and then the other At no t1me durlng the
game was etther team more than 3 pomts ahead Artrgo led at the end of the
ftrst half 13 11 both teams led at dxfferent trmes tn the second half but a free
throw and a lorg shot by McCorm1ck near the end of the game assu ed a vrctorv
RHINBLANDER 5 ANTIGO 19 AT ANTIGO
The last home game of the season was played w1th Rhmelander on March 4
They came down on a spectal tram accompanted by about 250 enthustasttc rooters
They had won 18 consecutlve games and were qulte sure they would w1n thts one
also but a surprlse was ln store for them mostly a dlsappolntment The week
before th1s game Coach Frartcts worked hard w1th the squad to butld a defense to
top the fast Rhmelander ftve and they were stopped They succeeded rn get
tmt: one lone basket and 3 free throws wh1le Anttgo ptled up 18 pomts
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A great deal of school sp1r1t was shown th1s year m the forensrc work The
fxrst event was the glrls declamatory contests these were started early 1n order
that the part1c1pants mrght recerve equal tra1n1rg
The Freshman declamatory contest was held March 1 A great number of
Freshles partrcrpated and mamfested thelr ab1l1ty 1n th1s lrne Frrst place was
awarded to Pore Folks wh1ch was rendered by Laura Koudelka .lane a read
mg by Gertrude Helmbreeht was glven second and Emleen Cody rece1ved th1rd
gxvlng the declamatlon What the Flddle Told
On March 8 the second contest was held The w1nn1ng Sophomores were as
follows Greta Wrllmams At the Srgn of the Cleft Heart flrst Erleen Kelly
From a Par Country second Sadle Lrpman Her Country th1rd
March 22 the .lumor contest was held The followlng people recelved places
Beatrlce Murton Angel of Lonesome H111 flrst Adelme Jones The Clangxng
Hours second Angelme Jones How Jmney Eased her Mrnd th1rd
The fmal contest to declde who would represent Antxgo at the league and d1s
tr1ct contests was held March 29 The wlnners from the varlous classes wrth the
three Semor gnls who were out for th1s work competed The results were as fol
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A brilliant arrax of color and a great teal of class pep xx as displaxed in the as
scrnblx room on l'r11lav cxcmng December 3 when the annual Junior Senior debate
The quest1on tor dehatc was Resolxed that Congress shall enact legislation
pI'ONlLl1I'lLI for the compulsorv dflJ1ffEillOI'l of interstate publ1c ut1l1ty d1sputes fCon
st1tut1onal1tx xx aixed I Th1s xxas upheld on the part of the affirrnatixe bx
Richaru Steffen lanct Beattie and Cxrus Rezniehek xx ho represented the .luniors
fhe Ju'11or class xxas all prepared to raise tne roof xx 1th there abundance of
pep At 8 OU o clock lcu bx their cheer lS3C.EIN J1'n Rilex and led Dx oral: tlnex
marched 1nto the aud1tor111rn s1n-11111 a peppxf song xxith suitable xx ords tor the oe
e Juniors xx uc tiarl e 1 in gl an1sh costumes ot purple and xx hite The section
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The negatrve srcle of thrs debate was upheld by Wrll Lrprnan Walter Mumme
and Qyfll McK1nnon who were representatrves of the Senrors
The Serror Class however was not to be outdore by the und clasynen rn re
g,ard to pep and de oratron At 8 lw e ghty s x Japanese youths and mazdens
dressed rn purple ard gold costumes erterel the mam room If any pep was
ever d1splayed It was surely shown then ACCOfd1Hg to a precedent establxshed
the Senrors were permrtted to enter last and march around the Junrors After
havmg marched around the mam room the Senlors were fmally seated under a
canopy wh1ch represented a Japanese pergola Flowers and electrrcally l1ghted
butterflxes hovered above the Semors
After numerous yells and ongs from both classes the lurlors mascots were re
resented Then came the favorxte mascots of the class of 21 MISS Blanche Wol
pert and Master Eugene Kane Thelr appearance th1s evening made the Senrors
more proud of them than ever 1f that could be poss1ble Thelr presentatron was
very unrque Blanche representmg the Senror sprder descended from the ce1l1ng
IH a beaut1ful s1lver sp1der web After grvrng a graceful dance she slew the Jun
1or fly who was lrttle Eugene Kane After the fly had been gobbled up she
sang a clever 11ttle song
The Senrors are very grateful to Mrss Sander who coached therr team Through
the abrlrty of the debators and the coach the Senrors once more possess the Dana
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Debatrrg, a heretofore rnsrgnrflcant acturty of the A H S has attamed great
promrrencc durxrp the last three years and today ranks as one of our hrgh school s
most rmportart act1v1t1es Thls year partlcularly drd the Antrgo debaters make
a recoro that the school may well be proud of a record that made other h1gh
schools of the state s1t up and take notlce The questlon for debate was
Rarlroad problem Under the able d1rect1on of Coach Hugh Francrs the affrrma
me debatmg team composed of Merrrtt Palmer Lafayette Thompson W1ll L1p-
man ard alternate Cyrus Reznlchek defeated every opponent wmnmg a unanxmous
decrsron IH every battle The fellows worked heart and soul for the school and
surely deserved stronger support from the students of the A H S
Lafayette Thompson second speaker heretofore an xnexperlenced man prox ed
hrmself a real debater on the platform agaxnst Wausau and Rhmelander
Both Palmer frrst speaker and Lxpman thrrd speaker veterans of the A H S
debatmg teams shovsmg up rn therr usually br1ll1ant styles
RCZ1'11Cl'lClC a member of the Jumor debatmg team proved hrmself a farthful
worker and vull be a valuable asset to the future debate teams of our hrgh school
Last but not least Mr Prancrs our able coach dese ves much credlt for the
success of our team
The followlng, are the results of the debates rn vvhrch the afflrmatrve team par
Wausau negatrve at Anttgo Antlgo 3 Wausau 0
Pntrgo affrrmatrve at Rhmelander Antlgo 3 Rh1nelander O
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The Negatlve debatmg team composed of Ted Dvorak Arlo McK1nnon Walter
Mumme and Cyrrl McKrnnon and Coach A E Garey wh1le not maklng qulte as
brrllrant a record as the affxrmatrve certamly drd credlt to themselves and to the
school The flrst battle of tongue and w1ts took place on the platform of the
Wausau Hlgh School Walter Mumme bemg frrst speaker Ted Dvorak second and
Cvrrl McK1nnon thrrd All d1d except1onally well and won the debate by a two
to one dec1s1on The one vote agalnst the Antrgo team was grven because no
counter proposxtron was advanced Thls vrctory together wrth the Affrrmatrve s
vxctory at home made Antrgo the w1nner of the local league and put us rn the race
for the d1str1ct contest Shortly after the frrst debate Ted Dvorak on account of
be1r'g Prom chaxrman wrthdrew from the team and Arlo McK1nnon heretofore al
ternate was put 1n hrs place as second speaker In the d1str1ct contest wrth East
Green Bay the Negatlve team drd very well rndeed each man showrng up at h1s
best But by a fluke we unfortunately lost the debate by a two to one vote The
N6f,,3t1VC srde of the quest1on although bemg the hardest srde was very ably
hardled by Coach Garey who IS chrefly responsrble for our success Much assrs
tance was also grven by the members of the debate class
The esults of the debate 1n whxch the Negatrvc team took part are as follows
Antxgo Negatrve at Wausau Antrgo 2 Wausau 1
Green Bay Affrrmatrve at Antrgo Antlgo 1 Green Bay 2
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At last Dorothy s oarty IS oyer the last lmgerrng guest has departed and Dor
othy and her mother 1n the way that daughters and mothers have are d1scuss1ng
It was a beaut1ful party dear wasnt rt? And so lovely of Lord I-Iarr1ngton
to come They say he IS yery wealthy and that he s oblrged to travel for h1s
health the poor man Really Dorothy he was quxte attracted to you A l1kely
prospect mv dear
Ole mother I L10 w1sh you would stop lookufg for l1kelV prospects And as for
Lord Perc1yal I-Iarr1r'gton I tarl utterly to see a l1kcly thrng, rbout h1m Perc1yal
what a name but altogether frttrng Im sure
Dorothy Im at a loss to understand vou You certa1nlv are most unfa1r to
take so ey rdent a l1sl1ke to the man on such short atoualntance I hope you may
change yotr o,1r1 '1 when you know h1'n better I have lllkltetl h1m to tea to
Lord Percry al a 1 ed promptly at four o clock the follow mg afternoon and man
aged to make hrmself so agreeable durmg the course of the afternoon at least to
Mrs Gordon that he was yery cord1ally urged to come agaln soon
Lord Perc1val who really appeared to he yery rnuch attracted to the Gordon
household needed no second 1nv1tat1on As the weeks passed he extendel the
lergth of h1s VISIT 1r'def1n1tely for at last he appears d to haye found a cl1mate wh1ch
I-I1s y1s1ts to the Gordons 1 creased ID rrequencv and frnally became a da1ly oc
currerce Dorothy ard he through the manoeuverrng of Mrs Gordon were often
together Dorothy howeyer had not changed from h1s 1n1t1al 1mpress1on of h1m
unle s to d1sl1ke h1m more She IS stoutlv supported rn her att1tude toward Lord
Perc1val by her brother John who has no use for Percy as he terms Lord Per
As the summer passed Lord Perc1y al s attentrorrs to Dorothv became more and
more not1ceable ard fmally hrghly elated Mrs Gordon was able to announce
Dorothy s engagemert and to set the date for the weddmg Th1s however was
much agarnst Dorothv s wrshes
As the t1me for the weddms, approached Dorothy became more and more un
easy Fmallv the day before the weddmg she follow ed John out 1nto th garden
resolved to ask htm to f1nd some way out of her d1ff1cult1es for her She found
h1m rn the lower end of the garden busxly engaged IU mendmg, a tennrs racket
After she had stated the condrtrons she walted for h1m to reply
Frnally he sa1d slowly tfor he had been qulte surpr1sedl I really dont know
what we ca ndo You knoyv how dec1ded mother IS We ll do somethrng though
dont worry I alyy ays haye hated the ldea of hav1ng Percy for a brother 1n law
Let me see I have rt We look somethrng, al1ke don t we Suppose I Here he
lowered h1s vo1ce to a whrsper
Dorothy Jumped up qurckly excla1m1ng Oh just th1r1k why d dnt I thmk of
The followrng day Dorothy 1ns1sted upon rema1n1ng IH her room alone She d1d
not come out unt1l 1ust before the ceremony was to be performed Meet1ng Lord
Perclval IH the hall slowly they descended the wrde stalrway and to the tune of
the weddrng march entered the beautrfully decorated r ceptlon room IH wh1ch tla y
were to be marrred
The room was crowded wxth guests eager to wrtness what prom1sed to be the
most beautlful weddrng of the season
The ceremony began and the m1n1ster Sald If anv man objects to thrs marr1age
let h1m say so or be forever s1lent when slowly the br1de ralsed her hand loosen
ed her ve1l and slowly rarsed It together w1th her false ha1r A horr1f1ed gasp rose
from the guests for there IH the place of the br1de stood her brother Saylng IH a
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a false pretender marrying my sister for her money." At this startling announce-
ment the attention of the guests shifted to the Lord Io their surprise he had dis
appeared taking advantage of the confuslon
Through her brother s ruse Dorothy had been given time to take the train for her
Aunts home where she remained until the excitement caused by her supposed
marriage had expired
IHL FIRST DAY OI' SCHOOL
Ihe first day at school xx as as usual Freshman hox ered in a bunch and Sophs
were mikrng fun of the poor Ifreshxes
Ihr re xx is one lonely looking frosh that att acted the Soph s attention
Well if you arent the biggest baby' Gvxan home to your mamma and get
xo ir laec xxashed
G xx in home yourself' I aint any scareder than you said the PYCSIIIC defi
You are too Say I I bet yah d be afraid to stav at school oxer night'
Naxx I vxould n n not said the Frosh manfully
All right then ef yah aint Ill see vah tonight at six
Alright sale the Freshie paling
Ihat Q xt ning, at sex en o clock found both of the boys on deck
Al it 1 getting eark 58.10 the Soph attempting coolness
Yes Ihese halls are axxful long Say vxho s that lady without any head ox er
Ihe one on the pedestal yah mean? Avx that s Maire Antoinette after she
had her head cut off
Honest? Aint it ayxtul' She looks like rovaltx though Gee Im hungry
Thassor Ihere s some frogs up in Miss J s room We could haxe some frog
lees 11 you xx ant to go and get em
N ro thanks She keeps a skeleton in her closet
There xas an oppressixe silence then the Frosh spoke again
Ill b bet Miss S xxouldn t be afraid to stav here alone- cept maybe ef she
saxx a mouse
Huh' She ain t even afraid of mice Wisht I could find something she xxas
G e it s 4 ark' It must be almost rmdnight by this time
Say xx xx hat xx here are xahp cried the soph
Here xx hat s the matter?
'Nlothin said the Soph much ashamed
Sax I heard a good xarn the other oav Wanta hear it? inquired the Isrosr
Well t' ey xx as txxo boxs xxhat xx ent one night xxith a dead cat to the cemeterx
The clock xx as rust striking mid night as they xx ent in th: gate S ss sh saxs Tom
to.l1m I hear 1 dreadful sound
Y yes 7 said the Soph becoming terrified
So tltex xxaiteti continuel the Isrosh ard presentlx thex heard an axxtuI
List: n s tid the 'Noah tl orou hlx terrifiei Wh tt xx as tl at noise There
somethin xxhtte lust xxent hx
Nothin baby Ill folloxx it
Oh de ir oh dear vxhat tl I exer come here for anx xx ax 9 cried the Soph noxx
in perfect tgony Guess I ll die noxx anyxx ax I hear music too' M 1
Shut up your noise yah poor scared eat' sud the I rosh returnin Y s on x
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experrence was rn puttrng out our Graduate Lrttle June Crarg who rs old and
gray now became a promrnent cartoonrst for therr funny paper Frances Cleve
land has transformed her auto abrlrty to prlotrng an aeroplane carryrng the electron
returns from earth to Mars
Cecrl Raymond and Lors Hammond left long ago to do relref work rn forergn
countrres and as I have heard they have both marrred rnto the nobrlrty
But grrls m trred so must go to bed It has done me a world of good to re
vrew my old school days and as the hour rs late I wrll try and tell you some more
of my story some other day
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YOU NEVER CAN TELL
Vrrgrnra Hartwell and her mother were stayrng rn a large hotel rn Parrs rr
grnra was the daughter of an old arrstocratrc Vrrgrnran farnrly Shortly after her
graduatron from Mrss Brown s frnrshrng school she and her mother sarled for a
tour of Europe Vrrgrnra was engaged to Don Pennrnfrham a promrsrng young
Harvard graduate who was progressrng very raprdly rn the practrce of medrcrne
They were to have been marrred shortly after Vrrgrnra s return to Amerrca
Many thrngs how ex er had happered srnce Vrrgrnra sarled frcm Amerrca Only
last week had they recerved word that through some rnvestment the famrly for
tune had been lost The only thrng that had been saved was therr beautrful home
rn Northern Vrrgrnra Thrs meant that Vrrgrnra and her mother would be reduc
ed almost to poverty Only the nrght before had Charles La Beau a noted and
wealthy French professor whom she had met whrle 1n Parrs asked her to marry
hrm She had refused and when tellrng her mother she had sard
Oh .lack rs a dear boy but I care nothrng for hrm
Then her mother had talked to her and had explarned once more therr frnancral
condrtron She had pornted out to Vrrgrnra that Charles loved her and would grve
her all she deserr ed At thrs Vrrgrnra had only srghed and nodded her head On
thrs calm summer afternoon however Vrrgrnra s mood seemed to have changed
After talkrng to her mother she made up her mrnd to tell Charles when he came
that evenrng that she would marry hrm
It was now twelve o clock and Charles had come and gone She had told hrm
that she loved hrm and would become hrs wrfe After closrng the door Vrrgrnra
leaned agamst rt and srghed wearrly and gave a half sob Then she sank down
rnto the cushron of the davenport and gazed rnto the leaprng flames of the frre
place almost as though she were rn a stupor When she arose qurckly wrth de
termrnatron and crossed the room to her wrrtrng desk Here she sat down and
wrote hurrredly wrthout once lookrng up Then she prcked up the letter read rt
and sealed rt She gave rt to a lrttle servant who had been summoned by her bell
to marl She then went to her room but sne could not go to sleep Tomorrow
she would send the rrng and all would be over
Don wa eatrng hrs breakfast rn hrs apartment when hrs servant entered and
handed hrm a letter from Vrrgrnra He tore rt open hurrredly and read
Dear Don I am sendrrrg you a regrstered package whrch wrll probably speak
for rtself Many thrngs have happened whrch I feel has made our marrrage rm
possrble Please try to understand me and can t we strll be frrends7
He qurckly rose from the table and went rnto the lrvrnt, room Here he lrt a
crcar and walked to the large French wrndow and starerl blankly outsrde H
read the letter over and over agarn each trme seerng somethrng more puzzlrng than
bf ore rn rt Hrs face showed a puzzled expressron mln lcd wrth tenderness and
love Why had Vrrgrnra done thrs7' Surely she had not been decervrng hrm and
cared more for arother? Don had lox ed Vrrgrnra from the mrnute he had met her
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a year and a half ag,o His months of separatron from her were lonely and dark
only lightened by her letters and the thoughts that she would soon return and be
come his wife Now what was left for him? At ten o clock he would go to the
hospital and make an operation Th s operation would either mean success or
failure in his career But what cared he for a career the one he had loved most
in life was lost to him What mattered it to him whether he was a success or not
nothing, mattered now Here he sat and thought then his spirit seemed to be
awakened by a new hope He paced madly up and down the room then he sat
down md re read the letter several t1mes Surelv there was some reason that V1r
einia hadnt wished to tell him Then he Jumped up Yes he would make a suc
mess of life he would not give up He mould make a success and sail for France
the following week With this decision he went rapidly to the hall and put on
is hat incl eoat and hurric d out into the street
It was a sunnv day in September that Don Penninghan arr1yed in Paris H
immt dmtelv hurried to the Hotel Splendide where be found after inquiring, that
X irerria had gore to a resort near Paris to spend the day Mrs Hartwell had
tone to yisit fri: nds in the suburbs He took a car out to the resort Here he
saw Virginia with a group of girls walking along the sea shore he hastened for
ward Suddenly she turned and saw him She ran to him
They were too excited to say more Virginia was so happy she was crying
Oh Don I broke my eneageement w 1th Charles this mormng I hate him Moth
er was furious but what matters now
I-Ie drey her closer and gjaye a sigh of contentment
teaching, her life work Not haying as yet secured a position for the coming
year she saddle l a spirited young horse and climbed on its back and dashed away
oy er the hills and through the valleys
She saw in tne distance a rude log schoolhouse on the side of a hill She at once
oecide 1 to make this school her place of business and applied to Rube Kinder the
clerk who said I reckon you are right smart in clpherrn and spellm If you
are you ll do cus we dont keer for any of this new tangled stuff they are stuffin
the kids with
Miss H rw kms satisfieu Rube Kinder as to her ability and a contract was imme
diately drawn up
It was many years apo that Miss LIHXKKIII s contract was made In those days
the teacher was supposed to respond to any request that might be made of her
As for eony em: nces these were yery few Such a thing as a telephone automo
bile or electric lights had not been heard of A young tacher was ney er known
to hayt iyerv easy l1fe She was obliged to walk all the way to her little school
house and then she must build her own fire It w as a long way s from beme an
But Miss Hawkins was young and urafraid She had scarcely settled down to
yy ork when one of the good district fathers called on her and requested she should
come to his home and prepare for burial a verv old lady who had been dead for
Not caring, to exhibit any strain of cowardice she willingly consented It be
ine her first attempt at undertaking, she found it a yery spirited iob She imagined
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Nothrng matters nova he choked and throwmg the bauble 1nto a far corner
rumpled mto a heap on the rough wooden bench
At the trlal Ralston l1stened dazedly to the evrdence plled up agarnst h1m Even
hrs own lawyer the cleverest IH New York Clty admltted that the only hope was a
lrght sentence at the best
Nevertheless Fred was stunned when the followrng sentence was pronounced
Fxve years at hard labor to be served at the state pen1tent1ary
Suddenly a mrst formed before h1s eyes and grew darker and darker A shud
der racked hrs frame and then he collapsed 1n an msenslblc heap
Number 9 910 was an unruly conwlct Today was only another example of hrs
sulleness Agaln he was placed IH the dungeon where refractory prrsoners were
It was a steel lrned lrghtless cell reekrng w1th f1lth and vermrn srtuated rn the
basement of the charr shops The darkness coupled wxth hordes of rats that rn
fested th1s vault usually proved to be an effectrve tamer to the ev1l doer but wxth
9 910 rt seemed to have lrttle effect
Here s your feed curtly announced the guard as he shoved some water and a
chunk of bread through the partly opened door RCCCIVIHQ no answer he flash
ed h1s lrght over the cell and rn the far corner saw a huddled mass of humanrty
As he approached h1m he saw that the man was serrously 1ll There was a death
l1ke pallor on hls face and he was breathlng wxth drffxccmlty
9 910 was rushed to the prrson hosprtal For ten days he hovered between lxfe
and death He was IH the clutches of the deadly demon called bram fever
Three weeks later I'red Ralston known as No 9 910 was able to leave h1s bed
for the f1rst tlme H1s long struggle agamst death left h1m so weak that It was
wxth dxffrculty that he tottered over to the wlrdow to gaze orce agann upon the
sun The golden mornrng sun beams bathed hmm 1n all the1r radrance warmrng
h1s chrlled blood and mfuslng 1nto h1m new lrfe
It IS the 9th of May Three years ago I was happy and free and now Im
convrct No 9 910 God what a change he wh1spered bltterly .lust then the
k1ndly old pr1son doctor stepped rn through the partly opened door
Great news Ralston he shouted as he handed Fred a long th1ck envelope D1
rect from the governor h1mself
From the governor could rrean only ore thmg a pardon
The doctor from h1s close observance of human nature and wrth what he had
learned from Ralston durlng h1s del1r1um came to the conclus1on that Ralston was
the v1ct1m of an unscrupulous scoundrel called Hamxlton Through the governor
a very close frrend of hrs he started a secret mvest1gat1on whrch proved Ral
ston s rnnocence
The sleuths of the Bankers Protectrve Assocratlon clarmed the books showed
Ralston had delxberately kept back some ten thousand dollars IH currency The
government off1c1als after subjectlng the books to a chemrcal analysls announced
that 1n two places traces of an 1nk bleachlng compound had been found The
or1g1nal entrles had been sk1llfully obllterated and false ones substrtuted
Hamrlton havmg marrred Madellne Roberts soon after Ralston s 1mpr1sonment
was drvorced from her sxx months later After obta1n1ng h1s drvorce he abscond
ed wrth about fxfty thousand dollars of the banks funds and dropped completely
out of srght He left behrnd h1m however enough evldence of h1s treachery to
free Ralston of all SUSQICIOU All th1s Fred learned from varxous newspaper cl1p
prngs mclosed wrth the pardon
After a drffrcult mental struggle Ralston s face assumed a granlte hardness and
the glowmg flame rn h1s eyes deepened to a cold steely gleam as he wh1spered
Hamrlton Im commg for you
Two years had passed SIHCC Fred had been pardoned Durlng th1s trme he had
managed wrth the a1d of h1s old chum Frank Barker and a streak of good luck to
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gradually rrse to a posrtron of consrderable rmportance wrth the Unrted Bondrng
Company wrth whrch Frank was affrlrated and was now about to leave for New
Orleans wrth Barker to establrsh a branch offrce
Well Fred old dear shouted Frank as he stumbled rnto therr room hrs arms
frlled wrth packages The land of the sunny south where the black eyed darsres
You tell em krd Fred chuckled rn muffled accents from the rnterror of a
Say Fred for the Lord s sake hurry up we ve only an hour and frfty three mrn
utes to make that trarn and the guys are already here for the trunks
Calm yourself dear boy don t fly around lrke a beheaded chrcken rt doesn t be
come you rn the least laughed Fred slarnmrng down the trunk lrd and lockrng
An hour and frfty one mmutes later saw the two frrends comfortably rnstalled
rn one of the luwrurrous Pullmans of the New Orleans tall steely Lrmrted
Iwo weeks passed uneventfully durrng whrch the branch offrce of the Unrted
Bond Co was duly rncorporated rn accordance wrth the State Laws
Ihe frrm grevx and prospered and was nova rated as the largest bondrng concern
rrr the crty Lrttle more than a year had elapsed srnce the frrm had been estab-
lrshed but rts growth had been swrft and sure
On thrs partrcular afternoon Fred haxrng a few mmutes rn whrch to rdle sat
trltcd back comfortably rn hrs charr wrth hrs feet on the desk rn a decrdedly un
drgnrfred manner Ralston s thoughts hovt ever werent concerned wrth the bond
rng busrness rnstead they wandered out to a pretty seasrde home that he had Just
purchased The cause of thrs dream contemplatron was a photograph whrch lay
on hrs desk The orrgrnal that rs the young lady that posed for the prcture was
hrs francee Helen Farrell pretty twenty and rntellrge t the daughter of Wm
B Farrell promrnent manufacturer of New Orleans
A gentleman to see you srr announced the confrdentral clerk as he tendered a
neatly engraved card
Show hrm rn brrskly responded Ralston hrs feet hrttrng the floor wrth a bang
George H Dodge Cant say Ive ever had the pleasure of meetrng hrm he
concluded begrnnrng to paw over some papers wrth a busrness lrke arr
Mr Dodge srr annourced the clerk a moment later and wrthdrew
Be seated Mr Dodge Ill be at lrberty rn just a moment sard Ralston wrth
out lookrng up
At the sound of Ralston s vorce Dodge started nervously and turned a lrttle whrte
around the lrps but qurckly controlled hrmself and settled
A moment later Ralston turned and faced hrs vrsrtor I-Irs frrst glance showed
Dodge to be a man between thrrty frve and forty years of age wrth a close crop
red mustache and Van Dyke beard Fred sensed the constrarned uneasy attr
tude of the other and upon a prercrng look rnto Dodge s shrfty eyes he leaped sud
denly to hrs feet hrs face transformed wrth a terrrble hate
I-Iamrlton Ire got you at last he purred glrdrng to the door and lockrng rt
Got you at last after wartrng for srx long years You fool drd you thrnk you
co rld tool me by your lrttle mu tache and Dutch goatee me w om
you sent to the pen because of your Jealousy ? You yellovs pup Im gorng to krll
you screamed Ralston and xxrth a snake lrke motron he whrpped an ugly auto
matrc from hrs pocket
Hamrlton sprrngrng from hrs charr darted to the door Great beads of pers
prratron sho neo on hrs forehead and a death lrke pallor made hrs features look
ghastlv rn the sunlrght
Oh God Ralston I cant dre yet don t shoot dont shoot Oh God he scream
ed as he saw Ralston s frnger trghten on the trrgger
Ralston s face was grey and drawn uhrle he battled wrth thrs soul consumrng
passron Suddenly somethrng snapped rn Fred s brarn and he became a devrl rn
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ly QBYPSICS they were too ask Mrss lhornas At the next meetrng the follow rng
off1cers were elected
rresn en Wlnnlfre l lohnson
Treasurer Dons Maxon
zararlan Ang: l1ne Jones
Meeurgs were held every Wednesflay evenrngg and the work progressed splend1d
ly under the leac1ersh1p of Mrss Thomas The Gypmes appeared rn publre sev
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"Oh! Margie I'm so glad you came. Now do sit down and tell every single
thing that happened. I think its terrible I had to miss our spread just because
the doctor thought I was sick."
"June dear, I had the most marvelous time of my life. We arrived at the gym
about 8.15 just when the fun started as most of the crowd had already gathered,
First thing was the programme. Dorothy Merrill gave a Colonial Dance, Ber-
nadine Riley gave a reading, and Bea Murten and Olive Kubiaczyk played a duet.
Immediately following was the grand march, which ended in dancing. We had
just heaps of fun going through all sorts of old fashioned steps and dances among
them the circular two step robbers waltz scuare LIAIICK aid la lies ewoiee
Oh' You should have seen the mock wedding it was perfectly killing You
krow Miss Estes our English teacher left last night to fulfill a life contract so we
made her go through a preliminary performance
Then came the most welcomed and enjoyable part of all midnight refreshments
xhich w ere served in cafeteria style We surely did justice to them After
wards we had a few dances and then came Home Sweet Home
The Seniors gathered on the evening of October 29th 1920 for their last annual
class spread The evening was spent in dancing Several of the old dances were
reviewed for instance the Circular Two step and the Robbers Waltz e
lanced until midnight and then delicious refreshments were served We all at:
slowly in order that we might stay longer but all things must end and when
this did each Senior went home as happy as a lark
Upon hearing that Matinee Dances were preferred by the Iaaculty as well as
the Athletic Association the Graduate Staff decided to have a dance beginning at
4 30 and ending at 6 OO p m Consequently the students of the Antigo High
School after a day of strenuous work enjoyed many dances on the 2Ut1 day o'
January Nineteen Twenty One The money after paying the door keepers was
u ed in buyxrg a film and thus improx ing the Graduate 'lhis dance was consii
ere a financial success
A KIENSY CAMP TIRE
ln ou fr t arnbit ous attempt to make know t e Kien x Lamp Irire under our
rex u rdian Miss Bertha Hirt a matinee dance x as ci n Se te'n e Z4 O20
An at mission of ten cents was charged The im v as crox ded to its ca ieltx wit 1
rne'nl er of oar peppy high school
e a IV oclock music ard darcirg cea el
lout Hall x e x rl axe to ave more mat ee lar e is others
pressed it The Kiersy Camp Iaire started the I ill a olllng l 1 oe a ion l
the frst of it 1
i as urrislaed lay ct too well known high school orchestra The mont
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Norma Othersall and June Craxg entertarned the members of the staff at a
one o clock luncheon on March 29 The hostesses remalned rn the krtchen The
tables were darntrly decorated wrth unrque place cards Mr Thersen a self
rnvrted guest arrlved late just IH trme for the dessert Upon h1s arrlval the staff
crawled under the table As a part of the entertarnment straws were drawn Mr
Thrsen and Earl Holem were the lucky ones They were awarded wrth the
prrvllege of dorng drshes Art Berner attempted to secure therr prctures but the
swrftest camera we had was a Graflex Thrs proved to be too slow The staff
greatly regrets that they could not secure thrs prcture to put IH the annual Every
body departed from the kltchen upon the arrrval of Mrss Frnucane Mrss Other
sall entertarned her guests after they had gone w1th a solo dance The costume
she wore was very strrkrng All that were present reported a good trme and that
they especrally enroyed the fudge mad wrth mop orl The entrre staff farled to
appear for work the next mormng
The Jun1or Prom the greatest socral event of the hrgh school year was held
Aprrl 29 Through the skxllful work of the members of the Class of 22 the gym
nasrum was transformed rnto a rose garden rn farryland The walls of the gym
were banked wrth evergreen and roses wrth mrrrors set rn here and there At
rntervals around the gym beneath the balcony were latt ced arches entwmed wrtn
evergreens and roses from the center of whrch arches art1st1c lanterns were sus
pended Separatrng the arches were hedges of evergreen and small rose bushes
was served bv the Mrsses Marron Culbertson and Margaret McCarthy rn a lrttle
rose garden pergola at the southern end of the room The stage was arranged a
a bower for the orchestra The balcony was banked wrth evergreen and roses
The cerlrng too was decorated rn lrke manner wrth one large lantern hangrng from
the center of the cerllng whrle four smaller ones of srmxlar desrgn were suspended
xn tl e 1o1.r corners
The Prom was under the management of the class presldent Ted Dvorak and
the class adxrsors Mrss Hogan Mlss Flnucane and Mrss Hammrll The follow
rng, were the charrmen of the commrttees Mrldred Novotny Jean Hathaway
Bernadrne Rrley Janet Beattre Adellne Jones Eleanor McCarthy Peter Jackrm
stahl Prancrs McCorm1ck Clyde Teske and Beatrrce Murten
The promenade began at 9 oclock and was led by Ted Dvorak and Beatrlce
At eleven oclock a Cl6l1ClOLlS supper was served by the Junror mothers The
home econom1cs rooms were attractrvely decorated for the occasron
The patrons and patronesses were as follows Mr and Mr R A Brandt Mr
and Mrs H H The1sen Mr and Mrs Hugh Franc1s Mr and Mrs John Burnet
Mr and Mrs J F Jones Mr and Mrs John McCarthy and Dr and Mrs I D
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One of he most mterestrng, and succcssrul entertamrnents L11 en bv the h1gl
chool OUTIUQN the past school year was the oberetta ent1tled the W1ndrn1lls of
Holland Under the able d1rect1on of the coaches Mtss Marston M1ss Thomas
1n1 MlSS Slade the mus1cal comedx made a lcculcd h llcs1dcs offermgs an
opportumtv to show the mus1cal and dramat1c talent and Bbllllk of the students
of the Ant1go H1g,h School th1s play proxed a source of m1rth and 1oy to the
lar e and enthus1ast1c aud1er'ce who w1tnessed the Ierformance
The co tumes and wonderful scen1c effects a1ded IH makmg the play real and
or1e1r'al Th dress of the pr1nc1pals patr1c,1larly was xery clex er wh1le the large
chorus of Dutch Workers made a xerx pleasmg, sett1ngc Much CTCOII lS due to
all those who gaxe so much of the1r t1me and efforts tow ard makmgz th1s venture
a success and the k1ndly co operat1on of the members of the cast
Mynheer Hertogenbosch r1ch Holland farmer Cyr1l McK1nnon
Vrouw Hertogenbosch h1s WlfC L1ll1an Koudelka
W1lhelm1na and H1lda the1r daughters DOIIS Maxson and W1nn1fred Johnson
Bob Yankee an Amer1can salesman Robert Schne1t r
Hans student of mus1c 1n love w1th W1lhelm1na Ph1l1p Re1f
Franz r1ch farmer s son ID love w1th H1lda Endre Norem
Katrma r1ch farmers daughter Helen KUOIHCYZR
CHORUS OF FARMERS DAUGHTERS
lumetta CTBIL Mar1on Wh1te E1leen Kelly Cam1lla Fessenden L1nda Teske
Norma Fr1edeman Cather1re McCarthy Laura Koudelka Agnes Norem Har
r1ett I'reder1ckson Ruth F1lyes losephme Sa1ler Margaret Stewart Lorra1ne
Hopl-rms Esther Anderson Estelle l'ulle Marle Wolf Helen Hav Norma Other
all El1nor Blanchard Ger'ev1exe Beckhart Alv1na Lauby
CHORUS OF WORKHANDS
Merr1t Palmer Harold L1pman l1ll L1pman Raymond Novotny Artemas
Berrer Ell1ottArveson Sherman HOQRIHS Myer L1pman Walter Mumme
Howard l1rtle Clarence McCandless
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Ol1ve KUbl3CyZk R1ano
Henry Berner V1ol1n
Elmer Donohue V1ol1n
Asher Treat Cornet
lames Worden Saxophone
Flmer Leubke Drums
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I lap Stat1c electrlclty IS a funny dmgus If you take a hard rubber st1ck
and rubber hard and then brlng It 1n close promlmty to a p1th ball the ball ac
qu1res a sudden affect1on for the rubber th1ng and Jumps toward lt l1ke a dog s
foot 1umps for a flea beh1nd h1s ear That s because the p1th ball IS charged nega
t1xelv and the suck pOS1I1VCly or rather the st1ck has more pos1t1ve electrons
than the p1th ball and the ball ID an effort to equal1ze the number of pos1t1ve
electrons JOIHS partnersh1p w1th the stock and goes 1n snucks Wlth lt If the
electrons become equal1zed before you separate the two of them they w1ll drop
at 1r1 of the1r own accord But 1f you separate them f1rst the ball may become
chargtd the heav1er and do all you can you cant make It come to the rubber
t1c k lhe same 15 true when done w1th a glass rod rubbed w1th s1lk
l Stat1c electr1c1ty and dynam1c are the same 1n that they re both darn hard
to study and understand They are both of a phenomenal nature
ich Stat1c electr1c1ty IS natural l1ke rubbmg a cat s back ID the dark l1ght
nmg etc whlle dynam1c electr1c1ty IS made The former can be made handled
controlled used applled and measured at w1ll The latter cannot
10 000 lamps
5 amps each
5000 0 amps equals total current
W equal I E
W eouals 5.30 U00 equals D50 K VV
746 W equals 1 I-I P
550 OOO d111ded by 746 equals 131 2 H P
III An A C power l1ne IS preferable to a D C one because thru lt h1gher
xoltage can he transmltted and the n1gher the voltage the less the amperage ne
cessary thus current IS saved by us1ng an A C l1ne
I d1dnt see the last part of that quest1on you put on the board
IV Wel' an 1nduct1on co1l looks l1ke th1s tfrom the outs1del I never saw
ore act so I wont bore you w1th an attempted explanat1on of 1tS act1on I tal e
1t for granted talthough Im not certa1nl that you understand It somewhat yourself
V Two th1ngs are essent1al for the operat1on of an 1nduct1on motor 1 e a mag
HCTIC feld and an armature The magnet1c f1eld IS produced by magnets felectro
or othervu el and IS rotated by the good old theory 173 of attract1on and repul
S1012 of magnet1c poles The armature has two or more poles wh1ch do the at
tractmg etc It lS fastened to a shaft and 15 the only revolvlng part of the ma
ch1nery The f1eld revolves at a greater speed than the armature therefore the
armature cuts the l1nes of magnt1c force 1n the f1eld and the current IS mduceo
IHIO the armature thence the name 1nduct1on motor J Th1s act1on keeps up then
unt1l you stop 1t The more poles there are ID the outf1t the better and the more
eff1c1ent lt IS
VI The next number w1ll be another wr1t1ng solo by me I w1ll endeavor to
make clear to you my gentle reader the HCIIOH of a current Th1s I w1ll attempt
to do by the electron theory FITSI I suppose It IS necessary to eluc1date to you
what an electron IS so that you may have a full and thorough understandmg or
the subyect Me and other great sc1ent1sts phvs1c1sts etc have f1nally come to
the conclus1on and agree that all matter IS made up of l1ttle b1tS 1nv1s1ble of
course called molecules Take when I was out on my Uncle s farm we had a
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Phone No 227 500 Superxor Street
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ANTIGO STORAGE BATTERY CO.
611 Su verior Street.
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1011 FIFI Aveuue A1111 O WISLOTISIII
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Phone No 53 607 Fifth Avenue
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Phone 299 103 S Su Jerior St
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Best in Meats and Groeeries
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Phone 11 Anti o Wis
Oxy aeetylene Weldin
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Phone 208 583 Fdison St
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Flour Feed Hav and Seeds
612 Superior St Tel 390
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Phone No 233 Day and N1 ht SCYVILC A1111 W1S
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THE MAXWELL TEACI-IFR S AGENCY
Wausau W1s Wm M Ma vnell M r Phon 3970
Por a Good POSIUOII For a Good Teacher
JAMES GAGEN ANTIGO
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Rubl er Repaxrxn a Speualty
Over Flclehty Bank Phone 542 Arm O WN
LANGLADE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
john W Brown Pres1dent and Mana er
605 Clermont Street Antl o W1s
E H PALMER
INSURANCE and LOANS
835 Fxfth Avenue Ant1go W1s
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Tell Your llacl To Buy lfrcmel Us VVl1en He Builcls,
TODO 1 HI SAIVII THING x QURSI Ie A LITTLL 1 ATLR ON
ANTIGO BUILDING SUPPLY CO
Peal Estat amd 1-Ioxses
WOLF RIVILR LUMBER COMPANY
IUIVIBIR IATH POSTS POLLS AND PILING
W hy pay more when Bold? sells rl for less
BOLD'l"S CASH STORE PHONE 384
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Bullcl up the heels and COTTAGP CHI I SP
Save your soles lm
RICHTER S S'-lOE
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PALIFIC ICE CREAM
Look for the B1 Blaek Boot
725 Flfth Ave Phone 540 Phone 506 Ami O WIS
COOK WITH GAS
Jos DUCHAC sl soN J F JONES
fFStab11ghed 18855 Farm Implements Gasolme
En mes Gas P1pe Avery
Trietors Pumps Wlllll lVl1lls
your ne t wmters supply of Wa Om S161 hs
COAL Cutters Lte
P50116 1661 Offlke H111 Bm Hoover Potito Plantet intl
HENRY W ABEL
423 Flfth Avenue Phone No 291
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SHEBOYGAN DAIRY PRODUCTS
B11t1e1 Golden Cream Ve111es1 I1e Cream
Phone No 324 A1111 o Wm
Harness, B11y1les and Sportmg Goods
Phone No 53 606 F1fth Avenue
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FAUST LUIVIBER CO.
Manufacturers of Lumber Lath and Shmgles
ANTIGO ELECTRIC CO
Llght and Power
627 Superlor St
CASH SALES COMPANY
HOMI OUTPITTI' RS
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Phone NO. '80,
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N. J. GREISCH TEA AND COFFEE CO.
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THE HOME OF QUALITY.
SARRIS BROS, Props
LOUIS F PETERS
MILF ARD cgi HARTFORD
Plumbing S1 110111 Sllpplk
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Automoblle Bodies Rebullt and Repalred
ANTIGO SHEET METAL WORKS
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Two MEN IN TROUBLE!
Langladu Natlonal Bank.
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ERVIN IVIALONEY GROCERY
Staple and Fancy GFOCCTICS
GAUTHIER S DRUG
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F W WOOLWORTH COMPANY
Sc and 10C Store
l0c OUR HIGHEST PRICE l0c
Vour patronage Wlll be appreclatecl
PRUITS l VEGETABLES
R1 AL SFRVM LIPMAN S FRUIT
Wm H Wolpert and Brother
Hart Schaffner 85 Marx and Styleplus
Mens and Young Mens Clothes
Farl 81 Wllson Shlrts and Collars Wolpert Custom
Always to be had in Season.
Best in Quality.-Lowest in
Ilats Cleanecl and Blocked.
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Automobdes and Farm Nlachmery
All Kmds of Accessoues
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J HESSEL HARDWARE
Vlctor Machmes and
Furmture of Quality
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Illustrators ann Engrax ers
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AHIILO WIS May O 19.21
Dear Mr Wrllram Lrpman
I wr1te to you not so much to gxye you advree but to thank vou for the so
clable eyenrrg that I spent reauln your humor column rn the Astorrsher The
most astonxsl mg feature was tl e lrttle ungle rn whreh you aye such appropmate
trrbute to the tarr sex w1th auburn t1nted harr The lrttle verse ungled l1ke a
horse and 1ts feet w ere obnoxrous
In behalf of the sorrel tops of the Antlgo Hrgh School I wrsh to thank you most
heart ly for the k1nd consrderatron gryen the wrtck tops rn your column I wrsh
to call vour attentron to the part that he red herded min rs the human dynamo
that moyes the earth Thr f1rst sorrel top was Samson the m1 hty He kxllel
Phrlrstrnes and wolves untrl he patronrzed a female barber then berng shorn of
hrs gold t1nted locks he was easxly overcome and captured The tonquerrng
Saxon had harr of L,OlLl6I'l hue that IS why he conexuered Napoleon he who ross
ed the Alps and reclrned bene uh the pyrarnrds the gre rtest mrlrtary KOHl1'I1lIltl r
As you are gotng to tra1n for the legal profession I wrsh tc call to your mrnd
that Mark Antony and Mark Twarn who had auburn locks made therr mark rn
Then as your oal IH l1le lb the Presrdent of the Umted States I Wlbll you
would bear rn mlnd that the greatest H156 t and mose leloy ed r ler V1 the world
George Vlfashrrgton was a brrck top But do not de rarr for the world ot op
portumty 15 st1ll open to you You st1ll can ha f rel harr I w1sh to adylse you
to go to the neare t drug store and purchase henna leayes bo1l the leayes rn water
and soak your head therem Then you h ve a chance of becornmg farno rs
P S Thts does rot apply to m as I arn an exceptron
AN ELECTRICAL CALL
When vou go to see your gxrl you act l1ke electrlelty after 1t has gone through
a transformer You strrde up the walk w1th lots of POTENTIAL bound up the
steps l1ke a STATIC CI-1ARGE AND RING IHI' IsFLL Then you begrn to
feel sort of l1ke a VIBRATOR rn the krees when you feel the MAGNETIC
FIELD OI' HER DEAR PRESENCE approachlng She opens the doo and you
try to make a good CONTACT wlth her hand but frnd that your hard IS well
INSULATED by a glove Immedxately when the INSULATION rs removed she
shows you to a charr havrng an angle of DECLINATION wrth a comfortable
davenport hayuog a large CAPACI TY and an mterestlnt angle ot DIP You srt
for a wh1'e wrth your thoughts ALTERNATING as to what you should do next
But after a long tlme a long long trme by some accrdent or other the DYNAMO
at the plant shuts down and you garn courage You HOOK UP TO A BANK of
p1llOWS and gently LEAD her to your srde Then you WIND your ARMATURIS
around her and COMPRESSOR wrth much VOLTAGE When the MAGNETIC
MOMENT arr1ves you lncrea e the INTENSITY If she offers too much SPE
CIFIC RESISTENCE try a lrttle INDUCTION If she responds and glves ev1
dence of any SELF INDUCTON then there wrll wrthout doubt be a quantrty of
MUTUAL INDUCTION Heretofore she has been arranged PARAMAGNET
ICALLY but now you SWITCH her lnto the DIAMAGNETIC FIELD If she
COILS her arm around your COMMUTATOR dont try to BRUSH rt away she
wants you to SPARK Long after mrdmght you notrce the PHASE of the moon
and prepare to TRANSFORM STATIC to DYNAMIC and REC FIPIER You de
part saymg to yourself that the WATT HOURS have been well spent
Page One Hundred Seventy Eight
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CITY DRUG STORF
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Perfumes and Tollet Goods
Corner of Flfth Ave and Clermont
Ant1 o XNISLODSID
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RAILROAD MENS COOPERATIVE CO
712 I4 lfth Avenue
Dmstrxct A ent Curtlss Pub Co
Chlcabo M1lwaukee Papers
Graf S Candles,
Cut Flowers Stauonery
Carver's Ice Cream
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