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

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4 X 51 The Graduate 1 9 2 3 xx L,- frmzpllf Il! amz' Efflmzz' fm flu Senmr f'lr1S9 of IW? of the Amigo Hlffh Sf hon! Antzqo Wascon sm fx, , . . V' v'fL,l i I! Y 5 J , X , N W fr , 1 ng ,QX V- fill rp, ff f'- ' I 1 rv 3- J " "Z," 'lf' ,234 , if as V . . I 1 ' I ' ' I I .J x n . -.1 b I . . , A. .','JxC,4. . Or + gr, -Q 43 . vr xv . .' . . . 1 W , 1 1 ifurm munrh num ul Q1 mu m T x 1 IX my-eg mu Urns mm x mn xsT hw uT um 1 th fu Y m T115 P hu T1 1 Il u nmmxrurm 1 J Tur T.xrT .vllllblb J I 111 In 11Tm Mu T 1 :mm uh num mb nt 1 mu hru 1 fmbT T T um Tusr rumrb TT It rms umm brmu UNH! fl wrx 1 lb 11111 uTu r zz mums xuh umhzn 1 L . 'z ue, 11 brhunm1Trb an rm ThruThzs0v1rh11zT1 nu mm rr mx TD bllkflbb 3- X -mr Q ' vrrnrs Tu :-1 rr, 'fi T :IT Th: T L ur higl ,. srl T 5 :TT1'T V :L T 'lifx hymx 4 1 l KJ FTT ix, uviTh This ThmzghT in minh Th:1T mr hzzxr :mv T' Urn :1 ', Th:T xr' hn: ' ' V: W T1 fvi A Th in A' :xuh f:z1xrQ.ix11rv1'5r :mfr pirTu1'r, auth glixupsrs ruth rvm- iui-T" :rs will hrixtg hrrrh xru'1rm1'ir-' TT 'T 'hl III' :apr ' T: X5 ITT hz pp' A . : vxvx in Thr fuTu1'v, xvhrn 3 sh Th' ' T15 mjrnrs wr T' ' ', W' T : ' Q Tn Thv ' 1 1 ' un ' mm '. if iT Tak" L i 1 ss ' 1 . gnu :nxr mr rub TTT uf ' jz5T ' 1: ' :', ' "z r' '1ll.-:1'-r- DEDICATION Ever mamfest m vxetory or defeat oe lt upon the athletlc fleld the rostrum or anywhere that students of our school corgregate 15 that zrdomztable a J undymg spxrxt of the Antzgo Hlgh School To thls spmt Wlth the convxctlon that lt will carry our school through the years to come to even greater glory than xt has attamed m the past we the class of 1923 dedlcate thxs Graduate age Seve t ! ! A 9 1 . . . V . . 7 , A fl y 1 y 1 I L LIL L HUU1 ww N unix IIT Q: L11 ' uf Q ' 1 il ' 'Ffltw T1 Aflfiilfi-.i1fI.:. zz Qlnvgsf -lmuuui '3'iiIUU. .XLIIUZIILS ixfxilffikw fhf lkxifsruz Q Firms 'fur Urr1u 1'x1g14:1:fi.:fi.'1:, :X Qrmzs .W:t.:L.i Wiz.-Q ULur.'U11!L' Lx.'1:iv, UllA'C Qfxzv 1'Y f-.rw gifrxnrg . ' "1 ' , PL Lin VJ, l,+.. -. .k.L Q:HsnJnr i11zxLt5.:.fTLJ jilllfib' W NTIGO Hlgh School ltself IS domlnated by that mdeflnable some thmg school spnrlt Faculty and classes are united by a clevotlon to a common lcleal a clevotlon that makes a school and raxs es It from the commonplace . Y .A . D me V ' 9 . C O I I O - , O O I M , ..-- . , Q . . I U ---- D - I O DQc':3ll GRADUATE ll Uqdmrgfrrnon f VE X X DI - O Q C ,f f l X I - . f 1 ? xX ! ' I. K ', + I X N . YI X l xg X W. ,f 1 f-f X I I HRD H 7' L TO FHI1 AI NHNISTRATION X v 'DOA 1 x ffm n 1 INK' KARL 'xl A Oh' C L11 C AVN tx lm NIA! ,N 1 r 7 LL uit. VY, I "MNT N " dx K AXE LH OXLG U16 JL X HH 'Lb IWW: I O lf! 21lI'U1T11SITiI1 ' JL f Pa Ten 19 Z J F i . 7. K V ,X 7,'.'f , tic Sf fifir Clafx fi tlifg Aitigo Eifgf. f. '.-:felt to mln- this Opportunity In Qfxg I'L,,,f mx' 'wiliflffl ::.ati11:.if- U1 llc' m' Ears UI the liourni wi Exi'1xf.IiOIX 1 1 the Iwzcultjs :sr tgpc mazijs things 1111-js Ez' '1 fiom: for us. 3 grad ation EJ'- fofiptgfig in-411 imrttimmt, iIIrIfc.i ox Q1 fi' ami fiif' 11 foal, W: up gtwi' Q .. 'rag than ctur tzp .. ' . jc a:l"'1..I'g'u5 wg 21 ' 3 '--l ' in Llgb' '.x'hig21 flaw- fvcjfl rmanle gcffxi? lu through :fm 1111 irf gf ZHOTIS A '12 ,i 2 'on cufC'1Y,,Cf1Jc'1. ill' DI If GRADUATE Z3 l IDI BOARD OI IDL L X NON KO 'UL 11511 Ifcftx ':.ftc-. fiffil .LL fN..3. .114.l.f Gi' 'Y f. n-fin-fi 1 -tit. 'IHI1 if M" 'rig kr. R. 2. RV-1.1.1 W -fy. ' 1. I'.C.KL:t1j.' C- rg: ft: J. Grcfff 6 I " I I MR WADDELL Mr Waddell was a stranger to most of us at the begmmng o tHe school year but hxs hearty co operatlon m all our ac t1v1t1es hxs kmdly mterest m our welfare and h1s sympa tl1et1c underbtarxdmg have won for htm the s1ncerest admu' at1on and affect1on of students and faculty allke Pag T el e f t t w 1 x C . Y - . . - -. , 1 1 - In . V . . .- . e w v ll PHD H I I MR THEISEN The prospemty and 5.1 ss o me Artl o H1g,h School durmg the past fem yeare nave beefx largely due to the un txrmg efforts of our prmcxpal Mr Tfmelsen An ardent sup porter of all school actlvmes he has mstxlled some of h1s enthus1asm mto the school 1tself and has made It one of wh1ch Antlgo or ary Clty may be proud Pag Th teen l l T 0 A . . , , . . lCC'3 I . l Lf Y - V , . L . - y Y A 1 ' e ir I 19 PHD H - Page Fourteen MABLE VERHULST Muslc Lawrence College I am never merrler than when I hear sweet musxc ARLISLE SCHUMAKER Mathemaucs Umversxty of Wnsconsxn Of all the good vxrtues that we know Good humor stands m the very first row MYRTLE MARSTON Public Speakxng Oshkosh Normal Always worlung never restxng In her work wnth Anugo I-hgh GERTRUDE THUSS French Lawrence College For many youll search ere you wxll Fmd One so good so Jolly and lund OATO J DORR Manual Tramxng Umversxty of Wlsconsm Always ready always wllhng A good fellow and liked by all MABLE CASS Scxence Unwersxty of Wnscons n When she :les nts luke a ray f sunshme CLARA SANDER Englxsh Northwestern University Character ns the best kxnd of capxtal CATHERINE WHEELER Englxsh Unnversxty of Wxsconsm One of those who make learmng a pleasure A teacher you try for a frxend whom you treasure RUBY STAUFFER Commercial Ferris Institute Her very frowns are fairer far Than smiles of other teachers are PTHEL BRYAN English Ripon College Surely Fortune did confer PEARL WERBEL Ancient History Milwaukee Downer College This year everyone likes Ancient His tory See the teacher and you ve solved the mystery NORA KAVEN Commercial Whitewater Normal She works and plays and laughs and scolds Her love for school is true as gold NORDAHL HOLTE Manual Training Stout Institute Of Mr Holme it has oft been told That his pep and humor will never grow old GRETCHEN SCHWEIZER Mathematics University of Wisconsin Of her, many nice things Are whispered about, But the one we like best is That she's such a good scout. GERTRUDE MEISELWITZ Home Economics University of Wisconsin Ever calm and collected was she' No trouble could disturb her tran- quility. MARGARET KEATING Mathematics College of St. Theresa The vastness of her knowledge Quite alarms you, But the sweetness of her manner Really charms yOu. age Fi I R RD A wisdom and rnodesty upon her. K l r , 1 I A 5' I'-3 fi Page Sxxteen LOUISE HILTS Commercxal Whxtewater Normal A pleasmg countenance ns a sul t rccommendatlon LRMA MAE HENRY General Scxence Lawrence College Shes sometnmes glad shes sometlmes sa Een mxschlevous but never bad MARY RICHARDSON Bnology Northwestern Umcerslty Vxrtue xs the best pnze CRESCENTIA BERNARD Physxcal Education LaCrosse Normal e wxsh her Best O Luck COUYSC But nmagme gym next year C H KOHLHOFF Commercxal Umverslty of WISCOUSIU A finer scxence teacher no school could ever boast But accordnng to hrs students hrs wxt and humor teach them most ERMA BLOSS Lnbranan Beloxt College If more people had her nature The world would be better than lt ns GERTRUDE MORRIS Amencan Hxstory Unxversnty of Wxsconsm Love came mto her heart one day just for a vxsxt-decided to stay THELMA LEE CLARK Englxsh Umversxty of Wlsconsm Its not the grace of her queenly alr, But the sound of her laughter gay The warmth and sunshme of her amxle That steals your heart away bl Q19 " D R 1 1 N ' ' ' en d, ' Miss Bernard is leaving us we hear: NV ' " ' ," of I le'l HA IJAMBRUCH I-ng,l1sl1 Lawrence College We hm more than wisdom more than 1tl 1 merry heart that lan is 1 a QI Altl lx F llVllfJll Pnysicul 'l'r11n Rxpon College s ,1 he surpass the r s te admire h ri MAYMI Rl MII Home Etonomn Ste 1. 1 ns Pomt Normal e 1 seems almost impos slrlt least quite out of season t ul cn yol learn to cook anrl Y 1 srn e Ah there s a reason CATH! RIN? HAMILTON Econom1cs and His ory Carrol College Clit-erfulness throws sunlight on all pa hs of 1fe PHILIP PPHLANDT Physi Ripon College Friend athlete or teacher He 1s equally good in all these ILLSIE BRILNNAN Latm Umversity of Wisconsm Good humor only teaches charm to 351, Still makes new conquest and main- ta1ns the past, HAZEL DRISCOLL Secretary Amigo High School er ll ' sa' and done, there is really only one who has Such sweet simplicity. LILA BOLL Secretary Amigo High School Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep from themselves. MRS. ALBERS Latin and General Sucneg Beloit College They are never alone who are ac om- pamcd by noble thoughts. T 7 K L C H l 1-. W gl witl ll. ' . ' 1 'C . -. ' I . '. . :ng A-'.na1l1 K .,esall ei: As .1 svn. 514-r .ir 1 l4..t .1s .1 fire-nfl llElS at his best. CA -L - it Sli reall vs-it .' . ' ' .'- .l ,- At ' . ' : . Hi: '1' i ' i' sex o. 1l . ' ' t J M '1 . 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I 'Y - g Z1 my X ff x .- - - Nw X g,2f" O I Y Y 1,1 k , - N V " 'I ' -W ll RAD A ll R SAIL ON' OH SHIP' As the breakers beat on the short ot txmc And thc tempest howled round tl c fhmsy sa1l I beheld a sn1p through the g,fOXX1f1L storm As rt put to sea IH the ragrngs pale Twas a gallant craft as It left the port Wrth a crew that was strong to sa1l on the sea It was bu1lt to bear w1th the w lloest storm And tw as named by the class 23 Neath the flag, of green and wh1te they satled On the sea of hfe w 1th xts toxl and care And the port they sought was the port Success But they f1rst had to cross o er the Bar Despa1r They were tossed about by the angry sea As the clouds are blown by the wxnd on hgh Yet they had set thexr hearts on a common cau For the1r ann was truth and success therr cry Stxll they steered thexr course cross the foammg bar Wrth a steady wul and determxned mmd But alas' of the crew that set sa1l so bold Some are lost at sea some have dropped behxnd T1ll now but a few of the gallant crew Who had put to sea rn that d1stant day I-Iaxe come safe to port through the dashmg spray And tne txme shall come rn some future dav When the hand of age shall taxe cast some out That the call of l1fe whrch we feel so strong Qnall haxe scattered us on thls world about Then let us st1ll tnrnk as we all do now An: re am eacl one as a cl issmitt c ear hlch thc mc' of Ate o thc Ghost of T1mc Q n ncxe part by chance sO mere MI' ' X it 'S ' X I B- x ' l my x X v x lx . 1 -I . 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V I 1 I , ' 7 ' H , . age Twenty two CLASS MOTTO We Wzll CLASS COLORS Green and Whzte CLASS FLOWER Whztc Rose CLASS YELL 7zppzt5 Ingo 0 ze e We re the Llass of 93 Wele lots or pep you bet were game Boost the Senzor thats our name I I RHD R 3 I RYLIHIXV-U s'I'f-I-PEN rw oe gay MARGARET MLRIVNON N NCC CYY OCCS BLK! bCHULTl a P' ome p 0 Vamnt no cry 'Ta-CC v qc 3 YT3 C-XRL kIELCXEWbkI a K 3 rx crsore gon r' r a HILUA L' FBClxI a ls I' Y LL 1 ober RITA TATRO Convnc mal o it cr xxnax 1! was to be done R1 a 'xml-:led r1g'x! n and alxxwyi non ROSYLLA CRAIG Atadcrnl :Ines xcry arming xn more ways than one In dr xung xn ryhmmg and vormng nn n 10- Pag Twenty hrce , lr l . , - . 1 ' f . ' f in .' .i.,i'i1r:1. - , f A 'DWR ' . .. ' I . . . N . , V fall Hari- rm-a trge rms 1 , ' , A V . IAN -. ,- 'rn E-fr i many a 'alf 5 V M ,A " I RUTH VILYLQS A.aie:- . I K, ' R..:'1.e" ' i?g 'aj vnzg-'ri 'i Ee irxcfni. ax Qzgix aQ tie Qorttzzg :f day ' V ' ff' irex-y enf.-.gE1 tc be zaiteigi. ' n M ' s: ,luv ::1:-r'y cnrwggh tc ' ' ' V - L K ' 'A , ,- V 1 ,. . I va I Y , . v . -fb . ' . ' .' CCm:T:er,..e1 :"?I.Z' ', . X ' 'wk She 14 tanf 4' ' t. ' '-, Tw, ensilenz 'fizrtgs 1: a zvcrrian . i I ' K '. - 1 3' .' , S . ix, ', ' ' A: I- ' Beds .ands I ile :vc-Qld .. I I-K ' 1 1 X I ' " Q fri Truxn zo rel.. Ms :he sau, oz many I y - ' . :kierfs sigh. ' 'A - 5 'T . ' '. " ' Ag derttz, I X Carl tkrzlis L15 .rt :rngk mcew , Arid rvrrzcs .15 when he' Puri. FJ Carl 1: a pal xo ev 4' . , , l A mi frzcrzxi- .0 ixrx. F . J . ' I A: demzg ' 4 AQ '1.d-hca vi as she as quiet: . . is jdly as Que as S . A. .. . rc N m. 2 ' ' . - , w , .K . - G . L . . . I - . ' . ' - ' H ' il ' - R - . L - ' wr 15. ' fu . W ' R S -I I 19 RAD A F'-D Q -1 1 if' 1 age wen y-fo Q HILN MA I'TLK Commercul Bennle If you must argue go your way m ln e rx lf a s a I s ANNI- NORDMAN Aeademxe She IS nenher tall nor small But Funds faxor nn the eyes of all PLINOR BLANCHARD Aeademxe Free from sorrow and free from pare Wnth laughing eyes and auburn haxr 'XRNOLD KUPPER ALBdCmlC VVhat feeble and empty thnngs words are Sxlence means so much more CLARENCE MQCANDLESS Commercxal Dud Vbor ' Where dxd I hear that word before, HELEN ZIELAZOWSKI Commercial Bceausc she doesnt talk IS no sign shc rasnt anythmng to say IVELYN MALTBY Commercnal Frisco Irlseos sunny nature Full of vum and go Mwkes l r a grl Everyone is glad to know. VETA LYON Commercial Quiet. but full of fun underneath, And a good friend to all, I 19 RAD Fl J I lJlil.O5 Rl-Ill? Almlcrnxl "Dutch" VVl1un the llnw of '23 needed pep anl tum and :-:ugly 'l'l.mv wan mxly om- Llmonuc-"Wm x-.am lT11tyh"' l 1 MAIJRICL XIMMERMAN Alarlzrm, 1 "G1ggl0x" l A llvrxtaw.-Mxx ywvlv :xml a s.,1n:zy ,X .5 akn y Ju u arlrlu ln 1 xcry N U KK l TRU DA BRI NNER Commcrl al Wmsome and neat Pretty and sxxcel CLYDE. Mll LILR Commcu l H 5 llfc xi gem and the elements S rmxul nn l-lm :har mature mug, Stand up and Say to ill the world This 1-9 a m1n NEAL THAYER Anademu bllm He lncs tontent and envxes none MARJORII ILOYD Commcru Margorc ns always on the Job MATHILDA OTTMAN Commcrua Txllle Cree a x kle 1 lx r fT'f"H'1k mlslluef ycl untrled HARRII T Han-ue Harriet xx a jolly sort P of fun anal a Ylglll good span 3. , X If "1 V0.4 'sfo 0 . 5 J l l a vsen f1 Nm.lc W M 'fl lkn-M - 1' 4111, 'I mir - , l AF l A 1 l l . A . . l . B l ' l 1 . .ci b ' '. l 0 . , 1 "Wi . A :- , H . . ' . Q V , M 5- Q . T at I I -,4 A, l l l ' I Th '. tvin I 'n e gye tlnt . . 3 . ' F. l. A l - 1 1 . '3 l ' FRLDERICKSON Acarlcmxr , X " "' 1' I H!! -, .,-0,1 . A l I , x -- ull ' 1 1 5 , X V I 'gg ax- ' D l , Q "R :, ,, l 04,5 . , I ' -5,-:.Q,," V .LV - I jg' rv, - Q, V ' 12 .LJ Z . 'ff . ,SF gr' :,'?'f'.' -' -, ' " -. - - l -I fl . lg . ' ,.f, , ' l "" " ge T ' ty- ' I 19 PHD A l IG gt ' o o o 1 if V H l23 l r r .1 ga l r i r i l 4 7- ,1 xx Q " fag? 4 es '52 I vt yi: 'im mu. Twcn ,IOSICPH HOFFMAN Academxc HJOC.. Acrobat, athlete, good all around scout, Scholar. short, husky and stout, Tlus rs joe. HELEN SWOBODA Academic "Grin" Grateful case and awectness void of pride Do hule hcr faults, if she has faults to hxdc. AGNES FEIL Commerual lverybody S friend nobodys enemy GUSTAV WINTFR Commercxal Gus When lt comes to arguxng Gus cant be beat We are yet to know the day When hell meet defeat LAUREN BRUSH Academxc Buddy All the great men are dead and I m not feclxng, well lf' AINE FCKART Aeademlc llaxne rs frxendly jolly oo St l on her when youre feeln blue BLANCHI' KUBILNY Commercxal A worker yet always ready for good txme MAIL FORD Commercial Mae was able as most gtrls are To catch a rxde rn a little Ford car l t l f t l ' I A F' l - , - K t . - H 4 E X, l A +3 i Q 'Q , l ' ' l ' 1 ' . 1 ' ' 1 I M . , . l I t r r , 1 l L N e , W U, Y ,E . . , H ., M N , a 1 1 Q I X' w , 1 A F IN l l , 1 N l N N l , In A . e . y E 5 5 . ' -' t , X ju, tal ' ' I' g 1 I w ' , Li Y W , ' r 1 ' A W V , 1 l '. E 'l 3 ' l 4 ' I f 1 . , ' 1" If - 1 A . ' , I u .L. ' l ., .' "NW" , . , - ' r v t , I Q ,' . ,... . l 1 . . . D A gf! , - , -'W 20 A ,A ,,,, " 9349-au' . l ' L .fx " 4,15 " 'file' 'Hb ' -'Q , r' 1 Q, A, f- " 'g: ,,,':'x -' - ' t y - S i x I 19 PHD A- HARRY HUGHES Commercm I Tns love that makes the world go round Gosh' how fast nts spmnlng KENDALL BASSETT Academx Duke He can smg and orate And surely debate And at a cert:-nn gmrls house He never comes late DONALD WICKER Academx Just one year you ve been wrth us just long enough to show us what a real frnend ns and what we mxssed three years ago ERMA BOYLE Commercxal jolly loving patrent and kxnd The best frxend a person could fund LILA REZEK Comme cxal You mxght start a search wxthout a-x en But never no never fmd such a fnerd FRANK DURKEE Comm rclal Dorothy Wxth graceful steps he strldes th street And smxles at all the maxdens swee ALLEN SHERWOOD Academx Elnstem Now the best way to do 15 to do as you please For your mmd such as mme wlll thu be at ease GEN EVIEVE BECKHART Commcrcn l Gene Nor bold nor shy nor short nor tall But a pleasant mxnglmg of them all I Page Twenty seven l . .. .. . C . A , . . - - .. .. . . . 4. - - H . . , . 2 El .. U . , . - I Fl 2 I 'ax at-u-:gg .ln-an -an-5.1 age wen y e g HOWARD JIRTLL Amdemxe Howdy here are wrcgks on the oeean And xxreeks on the sea But a red headed woman Made 1 xxreek out of m PHI-RLSA BONCYK Commerual T B A hearty thudcle a woxec llltr honey t an ndea that love has xt all ov r money LILELN KELLY Atademlc Kelly lfull of pep and full of un Shes got the old world gomg some LOYAL RICE Academm Loyal clescrxbes hnm to a T LAWRLNCE JAEGER Academxc Baahfulnesb ns an ornament of youth PLARL ROBINSON Academlc Small vm stature but of quahty su preme VIOLET JACKSON Aeademnc Hluc eyed V1oletS full of life And fun and work and all thxngb nxce I-RYA BLRNDT Commercxal A busy gurl without a doubt But never too busy to help you out li: N - . 4 ' - ' A, .4 u , H l T T E I X . . ' K e. L . f ' T 1 , , , ' 4 .. I -V. l'.l - - V f 4- ' -. ' l ' A X Anl ' ' ' e ' f . z Q . i V 'A fi' I A The very best backer of '23. 1 ' f. 3 1 3 1 . . - -0 - , T .' l ' . t ' l . V lm xi Q 4 ' l -. , - - . 3 I W' C W Q 1 , 1 W . Q ' - ' 'izi 1 I -I O . , I I T t - i ht I 19 RFID A I TID BRIGGS Acaclmmc A, good mme now ls worth two gone J GPI IA WILI IAMb l lllc peppy mll-catxxe g r are lf nr Llllfll QCI-IUI ILLI' Aca1lL he moyer 0 ran 5 a s love HAROLD KING Acadcrnmc Berchal Wallace Reed e l s the mouc xmol beaten by a mule In hanju playmg looks dehatng, anl xunnlng some p,,1rls yn e HERMAN FRIEDLAND callewx Hymxc At last we learn hus hrsx name Of course we thunk ns h e But to hxs A H schoolmates Hes Hymle all the txme MARGARET STEWART Academuc Pezsv Successful she wall always be Just as she cheered our boys to vnctory MILDRED DRISCOLL Academxc Meek patxent well she lakes her way Stull waters How full deep they say ALVINA LAUHY Commerc' l le vc-ry lvcst 0 say : sou! " Ihal she makes a wumzrfx 'Y I. uni G54 f Page -nine 19 PHD Ho 23 geT1r l I H:- J 111 f 17,57 I O 'Q s'. 44,1 1 1, "'-we f rnfhi JAMES WORDEN Academic "jimmy" 'When it comes to playing football jimmic's there. Ami also--when it comes to playing wi!h the ladies fair. SADXE LIPMAN Academic Studies serve for delight, for orna- ment, and for ability. MURRIPL LLOYD Commerical To work and do shes always willing Modestly her place shes hlling LRVIN PROSSER Academic Erv I worry nobody no not I And nobody worries me PRANCFS KIELHOFER Commercial A shark at hard things Math History and sinh X friend to be proud of And loxcd very much JCILLI- LEONARD Commercial C1 e To knovs her means to love her And love her a great deal Pretty lovable Jolly Lucile IJALL BAUTER Academic Skinny llc courts lhem all but lowes but one H s choice was fair and squarely won NINA MLCANDLESS Academie VVork or fun shell sec it through lor as a student and friend Maw. is true blue t 5-WE. X Q ,N ,. I X- V ' i V . V, l .. ,Q .l i S , , 'V' . K 1 I 1 t . , X r l . .. , - . . 0 1- A ' 'Q' , I , A A ' X - 4. l ' v i ' L' Q ' 1 4, I U .I .. l 1 lj- ' . 2 i . . ll I I - B- i i i 1 7 X ' 1: n ' ' Y . .- If r rf,1 I f ' X ' ' - A 1 ' 1 gl! 54,01 , 1 If 1 I ii' i A . ,JE Rf. if'l ixi.s.X 'N Y 1, 1 ' , ' T . ' '4' 'QW ' A - fr ' ' ' 'A " if I A i' f- ' - f ' , 4 ,4 50 -5. -,.,ryL Y . V - . A ,, 1.0.1 R My w- Y. ,- , 1 -A 'A ' 3 5 'r ,.", ' 3, AQ? 1 ' , -ga. .'. 3 wg ,- fm 'QQ'-."Yf"f' Y' ' Q, , Q , '- L . :fi "Q, Qc . -' 4,5313-:ZQ - , I ew .-st ' -' ' ' i '. hwy- T'-J ' v' , v rf L ,Z Q:--.P -. ' 7' P H- A. i 'A "..' : 'Q ' , - " ' "Q . "' """" ' ' ' " .. h ' t y I 19 RAD I RAY HOLLANDS Academxc What can I do to become famous? MABEL HORN Commercxal Mxbs She can play she can sxng She can do most anythxng RUEBEN MARQUARDT Academxc Rube A day of worry ns more exhaustxng than a week of work ABE LIPMAN Academxc George McCorm1ck Hang sorrow' care kxlled a cat and therefore lets be merry He cusses occasnonally as though he were bad LABEIN GINSBURG Academ Ginny Of Ginny lt has oft been told That his dancing knocks em cold MARIE WOLF Commerc For she 15 just the quiet kmd Whose natures never vary RAYMOND MURPHY Commercial Ray For he has the Irxsh wx! And hes just as good every bxt age Thlrty one 1 , 1 i SEWELL CARTER Academic 'c ial A age Thur tx LEONARD GREEN Commercial Never do today what you can do to ITIOITOVV AARON HOFFMAN Commercxal Hes so good natured and ready to grm One naturally thxnks hls worries are thm IRIS BARNETT Academic Solemn and sober as a nun Yet underneath just loads of fun DONALD RYNDERS Academic Don A tall good Basket Ball man A frnend xndeed And a rare athletxc fan EDWARD MARTINY Acaderrnc Not a smner nor a samt perhaps But well the very best of chaps GLADYS DESSEREAU Academxc Glad A ready smxle at all txmes DAN GOLDBERG Academxc Goldy Tall and stern and very sedate Some day you ll hold an oflice of state JAMES MURPHY Academxc nm When hns mmd ns set then argue not 71 19 ' 75 -'Eddy' P ' ty- vo lpxi-:I 19 RAD A ' MYRTLI' WEI'Kb Acaclemuc Myrt When joy and Duty clash Let Duty go to smash CLYDE WEEKS Academlc Weeks Oh yes I go to sehool occasnonally to keep acquamted wlth the fellows GORDON LEONARD Academlc 3D At my book I sometxmes glance But oh' Id rather glxde and dance Sweet damty pnm and neat To meet her IS a treat MAURICE DRISCOLL Academic Curly headed and lxght of heart CHESTER BOWENS Academxc Ches If I cant sleep mghts I sleep ln cass MELVIN CROWLEY Academlc Fat Work to me ns lxke water on a ducks back ROGER SWEET Academxc There were few who knew hum but those who knew hxm lxked hlm well age Thirty thr ' l A 1 ..J ,, ELEANOR NOVAK Commercial ' 1 . l . 1 l I 19 PRD I age Thnrty fo TYDIA LUKAS Commerexal c 1 hrvsr NEYIULQ btstl nmli mme to xmlle anrl joke lbRA HUTCHINSON Aeatlemmt Huuhy A ua m good fr end as true as Steel ut espeually to a Lertaln Neal lg hearted generous never blue R ady to be kldded and to kld you 'NYELLII-. BUGAYSKI Comm rual der rmrth the world requxres HAZILL HUBBARD Commercnal Falkatmveness produnes many dlsasters NEZ MCGINNIS Academxc arn not for school but for lxfe ANNE HERMAN Academxu Anne rs jolly and has lots of pep And her fn nd Bub must watch hxs Step MILDRED O DONNELL Academxc Mxddy Pretty and peppy and popular too And as true a friend as her eyes are blue SH trkw e 'o lc 3 rly, u - ll ' r i 4 , . . 1 ra ,- f - A -' HELEN KUBIACZYK Arademzc D' - l le , ' . ' 19 HRD Fl I MARGARI' I' .IONAS Commenla Marg la xas mer ur and newu pro llal tmmguv, at wlll anrl yet never loud MARIL f,lll:,RNhY Commercial W at was I put into the world for 1 to e and ra've7 lfl ORh.NCl' ANDILRSON Commerc Ox tlou art wse demure and amr CAMILLA IHILSSIINDBN Aead mn Cuzue If she were nn Pans Thered be a rush on her shop For on the subject of elothes She surely knows a lot CLARA QIILEK Comm rcxal A merry heart goes all the day AGNES NOREM Academ I-Icr work 1s always ready If there were only more hk er SELMA HUBBARD Comm rcla may he But Ive heard folks say That the very best thmgs Always come that way JOHN BLAHA Aeademxe Shexk In h1s elasses he IS a bashful sort But when he g ts out wmth the fellows he ns a rlght good sport age 1 xt, fm -ll 1 ., , K. V Sh'-l1't'.' I ' fi url. h ' i ' . if Nfl fa'-' . ' . l 1 l ' . ' 1 1 ' 231 ' l. 1' ai . , f V , Clzul nn beauty of slncerest alr. Qc ..Ag., ' e h . Sh: little. 5 ' ' l ' 7 L. age Thirty s NLLLIE BLOOD Commercxal Ncllxes not a goody goody neither lS she bad But lookmg for a good Mme when thats no be had IRMA TIBBETTS Comm rcnal Toots In her frxcndshnp there lS nothnng an smcere OPAL WOLF Commercial All the world loves a quiet gxrl ARLEEN SOHRWEIDE Academxc When of a frxend you are mn need just call on Arleen r-dustrlous COUSCICDUOUS Frxendly and helpful That s Helen MARLYN QUADE Commercial A good fellow among fellows JAMES CAVANAUGH Academnc nm Spcakxng against txme ha become one of my fine arts JOHN RASMAN Academxc To study or not to study that ns the question ' l HELEN ANDERSON Commercial MJ- .. . . , 5 l ' - ix .- ll I KATHRYN MCKENNA Academxc I bu ld my castles n the a T yed nsmoke butldontcac STEPHEN FIERST Ste c o and play the Comm c al CLARENCE WEIKEL Comme cal lakes o t t n argume t pec ally th gl ls THE TEN COMMANDMENTS 1 Exert not thy brarn nor thy physxque When cometh the balmy days of sprmg h1e thyself off to the woodlands 1 You ll probably get a two weeks vaca txon J 2 At the sound of the bell arxse from thy seat and rush to the door Under no consxderatron halt thy steps and the faculty w1ll be rmpressed wrth thy prompt ness 3 Always pay due respect to thy super1ors fFaculty and Senrors J 4 Deprrve not the Janrtor of hrs clarly exercrse Leave all paper lylng around about thy desk to accommodate h1m 5 Musrc hath charms to soothe the savage beast Even studrous Semors love full well the peals that rrng forth from the pencrl sharpener when lt IS 1n operatron 6 Thou must not neglect to hold all councrls pertarnmg to thy personal d1fflCUl tres rn the school lrbrary The lxbrarran appreciates full well thy rnformatron 7 Save all thy pennres for Chrrs Thy nexghbors wrlt provrde thee wrth all school necessxtles 8 Do unto others as thou wouldst be done by Refresh all Semors wxth any ava1lable eatables rn thy free perxods 9 Srng not too loudly 1n assembly Thy drrector must be grven an opportun rty to show her accomplrshments 10 Come thou as late as posslble to attend thy educatlonal rnstrtutron Three consecutrve tardy blanks gam for thee one beautxful sky blue excuse lVery attractrve 5 Page rty Il l i i ir: he n i , ' r . :r i .. V .. All w rk no isn't life for me. r i 3 He ' t sar a n-:s- l i wi 'r . , , ' ' I Y 1 ' ' . . . . . . , - . . . . . . . . . . . - , . . . . Thi -seve I I RFXDR I I VVE AMBITIOUS SENIGRS Dottor Dottor' Lure me quxelal Alas they trx tor Doe lb Dre fm' f-'EQ home LIU an orator lung xx 1ll make I loxe doesnt burn h1m to her stake Io anee to 1ump to rlxxays act rough Il at s me Peg item art that s enough 4 lx al LJ 'W ' For rreedom I xull a nays sta o Old Ale 1n other words Dan an ,Q -as To be stern p1ous and not so gxddy Ddtea s ambrtlon rs to be a bum And Ive got a good start cause I always have fun 1 Rosella loves her art we hear But skmnv men she loxes more dear H' Johnny s the Sh1elf of Bohemxa At h1s feet fall all the femxna 3 Marze your blushes are so sweet FQ? To lone all men w1ll be your feat T hxe to loxe hut not 1n xaln Oh' Kendall you re so far gone lt s a shame Greta hopes to teaeh the li1Cld1E3S We know that lt won t be steady Zigxgw-2335 A d1et1c1an Rlltfl wants to be -X, Au have a heart th1s from M1ckey ag h -I , I , - , . - . fi f k."' , . -.Y ' , '- ' I quita- "QQ Q A , ,A . Y- , .- ,I V, 'Am X cw X.. ' d ", ' , Q ' ' ' ' , . , V? 'za fx' " 1"-nl IA To he an old maid is the ambition of Miday A I , - ,- Ol Iifiifl' ' ' ' gr , , 1 l yxxxxxrx Q ,Y . . . 1 Q www - . lr I I f .H W, In 1 I fied -e I lx., f ' 11 - vu . xr C . ' 5 YI fl , 1 if ix , . L J 1 U . . . . f O v 'J ' y X . . lv ' v , Ike ,ht q"'- ni YY ' ' e T h 1 r K y a 01g I SENIOR STATISTICS C' oi li tile port itat st Grinf N Newt 'Vlo t Con e1tet Hottt t Tempcreo Best Dressel Best Natured Best Giggler Best Dancer Best Athlete Best Bluffer Sweetest VVittiest Most Modest Most Graceful Most Attractive Smartest Best Scout Cutest hoisicst IIJGHOLSI' IA I L f L IT1 t Li wmar 1 licrnmit 'Ncl ie tiutax X iola Nei A ms Nlorern Rosclla Craig, L c l e Lconaro I. Rczex AEQOP 5 PABLILS Larnilla Ieessende Nlacrice L, 'nrnnrman Mildred O Dornell Eileen Kelly Evelyn Maftby Viola Sief Inez McGinnis Greta Williams 'Nlina McCandless Arleen Sohrweitle Ruth Filyes Margaret Jonas Peggy Stewart Myrtle Weeks Alvina Lau wy r Aa on I-Iotffnan c f irctl t cnt Iolls tl Roger Qxxett Dutci Rt tin Dale Iiautcr ui Nclm 'i Golf, era lirnrnx Worden Raw Murprw Prank Durkee I abein Ginsburg I-Iyrnie and Joe Jack Rasman harry Hughes Harold King lyde Miller Loyal Rice Ben Qclaultz Gustav Winttr Kenuali Bassett Clarence Weixel 'Vlelvin Crawley Paign- 'T - N - . . t rl ' lf Q 9 if -iii IQ gf' t I"L1rrt'I' iiif, ia f'frf.:i.tie-2' :Qi Ma tiny iiistiefst Jr its Paziri- 'I r an r . '. ltligsf-st li" -r Szwlf' 'Q ' t ?QiLjfIi3S exif liitgqwt 'lallcvr Hint - .' in lin u' 'i Sta lliygvst llalvy Ruth lfilyes Sit-plicn lficrst llilycst 5' -' H l' 'P f jslzi I ff M lffjg, ' 2 " ' QV ' 2 -if liiggvst Flirt . gg: I ' lim". Prosser ,Qii ' 'J ' I 'Y - 9 t i s c'fi uil i l II-. 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Vim- Y.:-pmg YM' In lx 111 H1 lx 1 1 V Vw in, Zia "' " , L .J I fl 7 -I V V go Vida L ' 'd r V V V ' II GRAD H ll I IIN IHE LIMI:LIGHT In U11 fvnous Llass of I'wenty hour VI my prommtnt members takf the floor Int f1rst on the l1st as you w1ll see Is Laura Koudelka of the treasuree HH 1 famous ar and ray As o11r presment says most any day Ile lb the one tnats next ID l1ne A'l1lt can leano you n awful rhyme 'Now wc emtmber our see1etaree LX1l 1lso the 1s1r1 that we call MSYJIC I err s to our XICL pres1dent Ione Lore A c Lua Murtor' our class 1oker And here s to Bassett h1s name 15 Phrl Ie 1lw ay works w1th a hearty yy1ll Ile Q to M155 SCIWXCIZLI' the geometry shark I'or John s sake of all the marks' When If comes to a good sport she s IH tae lead O yes we almost forgot Donald Knott He s awful slow and that s a lot Grace Bessey she s next 1n l1'1e For the s1mple reason she s neyer on t1me By the Holy Pmk toed Prophet there 15 Bu r Van Doren HIS hobby IS Phys1cs ad valorum By eraeky there s red ha1red Mary Mae She s peppy and gay what does she lack? Then about Grace Lesl1e what shall we say Qhe has oark brown eyes and a pleasrng, way Ano as all true SYOTIES are ended We hope that no one w1ll be offended MISS Ham1lton rn Hrstory How was Alexander the Great krlled f Clarence The bomb explooed Laura K I haye so much on my hanos I dont know what to do Iryrngs L Why dont you try soap and water? N'I1ss Stauffer Spell kltten Edote Ross K 11 tt e n Mrss Stauffer Wrong krtten has only one eye kdd1e R I'unny ours has two eyes MISS I'huss Mr Nuton leave the room Howdy Well you d1dnt th1nk I was gsomg to take It w 1th me d1d you? M155 Sander Haye you re ld I'reekles7 hdwm Othrow Naw m1ne are brown 'VI1ss Clark IH Enghsh What oo I. Allegro and II Penseroso mean f Bud Young "Happy Hoolrgan and Gloomy Gus " P1 e orty tht , ,... . ' , . . ',.. ' . V ' , v ' . 1 1 5 - 1 x A L 4 - 1 -, , '. 1 ., 1, V 1 '- 1 1 l l 1 ' ' 1 11 lf ' 1' ' ' a ' ' . , 1 .,,1 V, . - 1 . " 1 1 " 1X1 1, " . Zilfll Ill If ' f- ' - , - . r. . ., , ,'. '.. ' V ' 1 ' 1 f . 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I' .1 IQ L' If :wx I 'v' ' N V '- V I' I It GRAD A lllij And tl e tonort l Brother Irtdexxell se md plletotem nt1s ut In 'o e 1s1esIm 1 xxoneer 1?"i'7f7 I 1m me the reit deha er rexxc ts Mr Wir en Hardme And I speak as Danrel Webster And the othtr llll1SlI'OUS hrethren ?, Cannon K1n,, MeGee and Dum Ryland and the Itmous Hugsumn Each IH turn set forth lllS w tlor And the wondrous Brother Raetug Rose and spake rn tones appallmg, Spake to them ID thundrous language t I am he the great pole vaulter None before me leapt so loftv I-I1 h I soar 1nto the eloudlets And the m1st that gathers round me Sleoxxs IH lou e drops on my forehead And appears as su eat upon me Ihfn tue worthy secretary She the keeper of the mrnutes bpalce rn uorels and thus addressed them Wrse I am and full of knowledge Kmd and rust and ,good and p1ous I the nohle see etary 2 te Canhel spaxe wrt t ese nor s I arn le mdsom: xr Im elf erer of ttl'1tIma,enus Arc, t e proud Cllbhillflllll srstern uspered mueh to one anothfr Cla'nor1'1 f fo eeognmon S' age ty g Qlster Cralh next stood hefore them breakmsg boldly out and saymg I am small hut oh so eharmmg Captwatmsg br1ll1ant clever VV1tty and qu1te fascmatmg And the other srstern boasted Srster Sorenson and Carley Srster Clark and Slster Leslle Roasted and thus pleased the people One by one they rose and boasted T111 they all had sung thelr pralses And tvtas t1me to wander homeward f" ?-Y 77 ' 5, 'X R , ' Q ', v, 42 ,A - ,rl Roftr s sv h' 1 hg '1s:: . 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L ., A , U2-.H i I I FIR Z l t' L gn is QTY lll .lj-2 Nflwefj fs l ht s le WA THE MAGIC VICTORY BQX W 1 i17UlOL,lLS to Gr1mm Aroersor ant all otner wr1ters ot I'a1ry lnales 2 O 1 11 o 1 t1rne a l1ttle boy ramee Irresh e hyea w1th ls parents Mr ant, 'VI I 1 ulty lllo s1ster Soph 1e and hls brothers lumor ano Sen or IH the Clfy 1 AYIIILO I LSIIIL a br1ll1ant peppy lad was the youngest of the fam1ly and w 1 1on 1 er 1l by ll15 parents and all the townspeople the star of the tarmly One 1 IX Motl er Faculty sa1d Now Idreslwe I want you to go out 1nto the world to ea1n w1sdom and knowledge So I'rc Sl'l1L started The f1rst person ne encountered on h1s Journey was a l1ttle man named 'Vlr A H School w1th whom he was dest1ned to rema1n for fou years Whne they were talkmg Mr A H School sa1d Ill LIVE vou somethmg Ifreslue and he pulled from h1s pocket a queer l1ttle box Th1s sard Mr A H S 1s called a y1ctory box I have g1ven one to each of your brothers and to your s1ster and am watchlng to see to what good use they put them You all haye equal chances yet I am d1sappo1nted 1n your brothers and s1ster for they haye not emoyed the full advantages of the v1ctory box In order to do th1s to these standards you must adhere F1rst play souare second love honor and obey your parents Mr and Mrs Faculty and th1rd be a good sport I+resh1e thanked the l1ttle man ano went on l'11S w ay On I1r1day nrght January 9 1923 the l1ttle XICIOYY box began to grow b1gger and bueer for I'resh1e had defeated h1s brother .lunxor rn a basketball game Pretty soon the box grew st1ll b1gger for l'resh1e was w1nn1ng more basketball games w1nn1ng out 1n oratory and declamatory w nn1ng debates and x1ctory upon yxctorv was show ered upon h1m Ioor four years he l1yed on the prem1ses belong1ng to Mr A I-I S He used the VICIOYQ box IU the r1ght way At the end of the four years the box had grown so large that all the people gazed at PISSIIIC IH awe wondermg how he succeedeo so wonderfully The proud Mr A H S came to Freshxe and sa1d You have far outdone your brothers and s1ster You haye been my star pup1l You have fulf1lled my greatest dreams and h1ghest amb1t1ons for you Now you may TSCLIVC the greatest re ward Here IS your d1ploma and from now on your name shall be ne1ther PTCSIIIC nor the other names you have earned these last four years but Alumn1 my Alumn1 Alumn1 of old A H S M J 26 Page Flfty ORC fi ., ' 1 ,. 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X1-Y12 V11-1-1: X-'L "" til, I':1g- 1'-.xv-A-:C l hiya I - I I j l -lfl " ' f ' ' P 1 12310 THOUSAND mem ornes envelope when we thmk of son sweaters basket ball games ln the old gym and the glorlous debates ln the mam room Everyone meas ures a school by nts actlvltles Antlgo Hugh IS proud of all nts aCtlVltlCS, proud of the un dylng splrlt whlch spurs the heroes on to glorify our school , ' us ' y E y,,Q football boys in crim- , , - ' 66 Y, 'Y If GRAD URTE ll JH TICS T 7 Q L o xL4.1 w . ,X '3 , -Qi 1 A 9 "wi0Qi W ff! x 'KZ 1 , W 'LL- .. f Lf I I PRD Fl 3 I THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION NLXLT It XLT L I ZVIOII ot I t, ff' Lflt, :DOCIEI IOH 'OI' Q. I ose o systemitieally lartlri an' trmouraqingg t e xarious braneles ot a able ditfieulty in earine tor equipment inu also in eonuueting sports on a paying basis Due to the ham work anu able management or the Association tnese cliff culties haxe in a large measure been oyereome The officers tor this year are Carl kielezevy ski Presioent Rosella Craig Vice president Burr Van Doren qecretary ano Treasu er Harry Hilton Property Manager ant, Mr H H Tlieisen Faculty Aoyiser Prom a financial stanupoint tootball was not a compensating yenture tbl: year and because of this fact the reseryes of the Association s treasury were somewhat depleted Honey er basketball nas generally been a paying proposition and thi season yu as no exception The team vu on game after game plaving before record breaking crowds Thus the loss ineurreo through tootball and probably tracic will be equalized by the gain resulting from basketball age - 1 .Q"m' -'xrsagosawthforg.:1i'..' . ' VA" 't' Q tit' 'Jur- p 'K t' - r j .i ii Q ti Q' ite " ' 5 ' 'ill' A 'th- leties in the Amigo High School. Previous to this time. there had been consider- ,A , y V . , K . .A M . . l H ,. i- 1'. 1 ' V 5 I v I 3 ' Y' ' l I Y I N-' A I I . - ' ' V ' . - A ' . lj! v ' ' v . - I ' - . v' . ' '- I I I D . v - Q -- ' 1 I 1 v I F 1 f t 1: - ' . x DI If RAD Fl I C H ILMIGH COACH This year we have had for our coach and phys1ca1d1rector Mr C H Em1gh of Wauto ma a former Rlpon football star Mr Em1gh deserves much cred1t for the remarkable work whxch he has done thls past term The football team although not a w1n n1ng one was a good one and prom1ses much for next year To h1m goes the credlt of de veloprng one of the best basketball teams Antxgo has ever had Startlng w1th only a few veterans and much green materlal he turned out a souad whlch won the Confer ence and D1str1ct Champ1onsh1ps and took part 1n the State Meet at Madxson Coach Emlgh has won the smcere adm1ra tron of all of us and we hope he may be wxth us agaln next year THE 1922 FOOTBALL SEASON The past football season cannot be consldered a success rn the sense of the vrctorxes won We lost fxve out of seven games Wlth seven letter men back from the prevrous season we had hopes for another champronshlp team but the breaks were agamst us School started late and as a result the team lost two weeks of pract1ce Some of the men were unable to get out for pract1ce at once and more valuable trme was lost And to make matters worse we were scheduled to play the strong experxenced Appleton team after only three weeks of prac t1ce Some of the men were handrcapped by 1nJur1es and the loss of Kawalskr 1n the Merrxll game and Hoffman 1n the Marshfxeld game left the team wxthout ltS leaders Strll the boys fought hard and d1d thelr best rn the face of defeat durmg the entxre season They deserve a great deal of credxt for what they have done When football season was over we could not say that we had not accompllshed anythmg on the gr1d1ron Wxth all the second team men who turned out for prac t1ce and all the men that were hardened to the game we can expect to see an ex cellent team on the f1eld next year The second team showed real football sp1r1t and worked hard throughout the ent1re season Thexr efforts cannot have been m vam Next year we hope to take revenge Page VCR l . . , , , . . . 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' 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 Y - 3 I If RFID A Illifll API LI' ION 41 ANIIGO n September JU A tt o plryed ts fxrst ind hardest hamc The team new and rnext errenced w is completely oytrwhelmeu by Appleton s powerful offense w h1ch had been h trdened rn by two prey IOUS imc Anttpo m me many bu, palrs boys put up 1 ,sooo flgsht all the w ay througsh but the result of the game was obvtous Appleton s but always fuled to score The by the end of the thrrd quarter rn 1921 Joe Hoffman made a spectacular drop took for the1r defeat at Antrco from the thrrty fue yard l1ne savmt, thc. team from a shut out But after all rt takes a better team to lose than xt does to w1n RHINELANDER O ANTIGO 20 The team after a hard week of practrce went on October 7 to Rhxnelander for the1r f1rst Conference came of the season The team work drsplayed by the boys showed vast rmprox ement over the1r playmgs the prevrous Saturday agarnst Appleton As a result they defeated Rhmelander 20 0 WISCONSIN RAPIDS 40 ANTIGO 6 On October I4 the f1rst home game of the season took place wtth the strong, WISCOHSIH Rapxds team It was an rdeal day for a game and a good s1zed crowd turned out to wrtness rt In the frrst quarter Ant1g,o scored a touchdown Duttmg her rn the lead Although we scored the frrst touchdown the Raptds team came back and by the1r end run attacks oyerwhelmed Antrgos lxght defense Txme after ttme Antrgso s backs fumbled causrng, the loss of several touchdowns WAUSAU 13 AN TIGO 0 Wausau was consuaered tne strongest team rn the Conference and as Antrgo was to play them on thexr own ground, chances for a w 1n on our part looked pretty small The team was 1n very good condrtlon and was supported by a large num ber of enthusrastrc fans who motored over to see the team put up xts hardest frght Both teams w ere compelled to punt contxnually durrng the f1rst half, whrch ended w 1th a score of O to O In the thrrd quarter the loss of Daskam and Hoffman handrcapped the defense consrderably, and Wausau scored It was a flght to the f1n1sh, how eyer Just at the end of the game Wausau completed a long forward pass, and the game ended 13 to 0 ge Frfty erght ' I' kg 3. 0 M, , X "Ax',V L., i. 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IL x MARSIII II' LD Z0 AIN I IGO U Inn um M1f5I1f1LIc, was a fam dn Smppx one and Imke me Wausau nn 5 nm :mc tu Ja Q 1 Ire bdckw 1umbIed and the num uma to PL In A sIump I'umIIIe5 on om r ,nun more rQ5ponX1bIe for mo of oy opponpnt Q toucI1c'oxxns Inu xmu thc Inst nomc Lame of tha ucason YIIVIN9 POINT 30 AIN IIGO 0 On Iwaumon II in team xmnt to Humnb Ioxnt for tho f1naI game of thc Duhon Qtwenx Pomt Iaxmg calrcuux gfonp through tha swoon vuth er nt xx w Comniuui ont of Inc stronggst tcami for thu conference champwnshxp I L Ammo IIALIJILII xx as Conw1n1Lmnx unamnu nw Inn abbnncc oi Kaxnalskm ntlqo Inu nt' Ol I uu1tIx outvxu-'Ima I QIU thy Po1nttotxxotoucI1dovwns In wt .1 Ima mu IQIIIINI Nm mum 'ut ULN In5pIaxed Ing 5a 'JL Y I L Lb A Iff X - fNII'.I '1II,I. llg !XNI.C'CJ FH, wr. in mr z' LH, :nm mul '.I'Ieg:II1'. INI':r:iI.. Img mourn o11Ipluj.wf'l M'riII In ,-.3-5 .131 :I vim for Anliuo wwe f'Iir1v2:m:'i. 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His exceptional ability in field running enabled him to Jring back kicks for good gains and he had the gift of good passing as was CVI denced in the Merrill game BILL KAWALSKI Half and Full Bills work as defensive fullback was one of the best exh1b1t1ons of defensive play seen in the conference this season In carrying the ball he h1t the l1ne hard and around end he could always be de pended upon to gam ground B111 was ap po1nted captaln and always looked toward the qual1t1es that make a good team Bill w1ll not be back next year and his place w1ll be hard to fill JOHN DASKAM Tackle Cub who was chose'1 as a conferenc guard last year was sl'1tted this year to tackle and was appointed line captam He proved h1'nse1' equal to all of h1s oppo rents hom on offense and on defense and 1 ecord made h1rn a feared man we D th fght ng spirit of tae tea'n CJ ull e hack rext year ard uch e ten of 1 1 . . . . ' . . , , - . , 1 e y A .. A . - 1 , . V .. . . 1 , h's fast 1 ' . l His fri: and good rature helped greatly tv Y eo u 1 e i i ' ' f ' 'b v'l b ' - 1 rn 2 is c':j C " ,- h'm. e Sixty ' ll GRHDUFK ll I lllLRNlAN lRlh,DLAND Half lfrmcdland m-.as a smashmng half that toulr he cepended upon to fmght untml the fmnal xmhmstle had sounded Llymme s speed mn gsettmng away made hmm a dangerous man on the offense and hms abmlmty to break up the mnterference and get the tackle made hmm notmceable on the defense Grad uatmon vumll prevent Hymme from playmng another year for the A H S Last fall all our centers left us and Edda came out to apply for the posmtmon After a few weeks of practmce he c1nched hms place wmth the regulars and after a few games earned the reputatmon of bemg a hard and steady player He was a bear on defense breakmg through the opposrng lme and tacklmng mn a fashmon that made hrs opponents stay clear of hmm Although Ed lacked former expermence as a football player there were few centers mn the con ference who could compare wmth hmm Thms year he graduates and lt wmll take a good man to fmll hms place next fall LLOYD NOVVOTNY Guard Lloyd was not a brmllmant or sensatmonal player but he IS steady relmable and a hard worker and gmves hms opponent a hard game Hrs former expermence mad hmm a valuable man durmng the season and as he wmll be :Jack next year a great deal ay be expected of hrm - EDWARD MARTINY- -Center. I ll GRADUATE 3 l I age HARRY HILTON End Although thrs was Harrys frst try at football h made a very credltable show 1ng at end and much IS expected of hmm next fall Hank was the best punter 1n the conference th1s season and held the record of p1ay1ng every second rn every game of the season WILBUR TESKE Full lmes for ga1ns and to prck holes was h1s outstandmg feature He proved to be an excellent ground gamer because of h1s abxl 1ty to hold h1s feet It 15 doubtful whether Teske wlll be back next year Thrs 15 h1s fxrst year on the team and 1n t1me he should develop mto a wh1rlw1nd fullback JAMES WORDEN Guard Jlmmle xs another man who d1d not come out for football unt1l h1s last term but by workmg hard 1n pract1ce and rn the games he earned for hrmself a pos1t1on as regular on the team Although he was greatly handlcapped throughout the season wrth an myured shoulder he made a good show1ng at all tlmes l Il if I l ' f ' i r y e . - l ' , Teske's ability to plunge the opposing l l Sixty-two I ll GRFXDUA 2 I I CARL KIET CZEWSKI Tackle Carl was one of the hardest and most conscrentrous workers on the team Hrs experrence made hrm a valuable man and at tackle he always played a good game Carl shone when rt came to srnashrng through and gettrng the tackles and hrs abrlrty to charge back the opponents rn of tensrve was hrs greatest feature Carl grad uates thrs year and hrs place wrll be hard to frll next year STEPHEN FIERST End Frerst was selected to frll one of the end posrtrons Steves speed rn gettrng down under punts and hrs fast swrft tackles lrttle lrght rn werght he made up for rt wrth hrs frght Steve wrll not be back next year as he graduates rn June MELVIN FUZZARD Guard and Tackle After two years of farthful pluggrng Fuzzy garned hrs posrtron on the squad He played a good game at both guard and tackle and hrs werght and experrence wrll be a valuable asset to the future eleven JOHN VANDENBOOM End Vandenboom although he drd not wrn a letter thrs year deserves honorable men tlon He IS small but wrth hrs speed and abrlrty to tackle he wrll no doubt be plac ed on next year s squad PgStyt 4 l l Y . y . . . , T . - . 1 . Y - made him a noticeable man. Although a 7 ll YI ' ' ' ' , - ' 1 1 r ' 3 e ix - hrce Pag I If GRADUATE Z3 l I REUBEN M ARQUARDT Center Marquardt proved to be an able substm tute at center and throughout the season showed the spmt that a good player should possess It IS doubtful whether Rube w11l be back next year LOUIS HOWARD Half and Quarter Although th1s was Lou1es fxrst year at football he showed the style of a veteran all season Louie could always be de pended upon to flll any gap 1n the back f1eld He was the lxghtest man on the squad th1s year but overcame th1s hand1cap by hrs fxght and speed He was a good forward passer and wzth th1s years ex per1ence he should be one of the malnstays 1n next year s team MARION McIVER Half Macs best work was shown after mxd season when he began to play regularly Although th1s was h1s flrst year at the game he proved that he was an able play er not only on the offense but on the de fense as well H1s abllxty to gain ground through the l1ne on off tackle plays was one of h1s best pomts l X 1 l l 1 l 1 4 1 - 1 0 . ., . 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' 7 'T n , . , . . . . , - 1 1 - . .. . . . . 1 l , w 1 e ix -our I:-D C-'.-E-21 19 GRADUATE 23 lrfiv' LOUIS BONCYK Half Boncyx wmll be an able man ID the back fxeld next fall Wmth th1s year s exper1ence as he IS only a .Tumor much may be expect ed of hlm for a commg team Fuller proved h1s ab1l1ty to carry the ball IH the Merrlll game and w1ll no doubt be on next year s team JOSEPH SKIBBA Guard and Takle Joe Sklbba was a bxg man and by hls good work and perseverance managed to get a place on the squad He won hrs let ter th1s term and wxll be back next year to wm another Di J l ll i i STANLY FULLER-Full. l Page Sixty-five I If GPRD H J AHIIQEO Antlgo Arugo AHt1g.,O AFIILO Artx o Am1,,o Hofifrar Tnbko Kava al5k1 Ialanagga 11 td a I 1 RILSULTS OP THE SEASON Appleton Rhmelander WISCOHSIU Rapxdo Wausau Merrlll Stnvcnb Pomt INDIVIDUAL SCORING Foac 10 vm, Don Goal Iota 1 'Y ,-7,, a.,......., 3 .,,...,,,.,.. 41 'f I-III II.III 20 ' III..,, -N fj IIIIII I I III.I aa 6 ' ' ' ' IIUI46 'Y ,,,, , ,, ,,,,,, U W. ,,.., W, ,la -1 'Y ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 58 ' .,,... ..,,,,.., W- ,- - , M- O Marshfield ,,,, , , ,,,2O 'f - IIS O SH aa ' I SISM33 A., . ,, ,, I, , 6 1 6 45 " ' ,S I 2 O U 12 ' ' ' ' ' , 1 U U 6 " ffm ,, na, - I U U 6 lvl-'ri IW, , Jr, I U 0 6 Ezicil ad , ,I 1 U U 6 Fuller I W, ,N l U U 6 19 CFQHDUR v .nut-iw" .D I T 1 ... 4' ' nl ol ' ...un-huusnn-on - fI"d,'h ix -5,4-1' 'hw Y s., I It RAD A Z3 I The 1922 Basket Ball Season The Ant1go 1922 23 basketbllr se rson vt rs emarkable and one or the most successful that the A H 5 has ex er lr to At the begrnmng of the year prospects for a champlonshrp team vxere anythlng but orrght due to the loss of Mcbormxck Curran and Crarne from last xear s team ltt vuth three letter 'nen left from the 1921 22 squad and the other good materul an excellent maehrne was per fected The season opened vnth a bang and great bplflf was shown by all the candl dates throughout the entlre season About one hundred and tvsenty flve men re sponded to Coach Em1gh s flrst call the squad after two weeks was cut to twenty men After four weeks of earnest practrce durmg whrch each player worked hard lt could be plarnly seen that the squad was vsorkrng 1n real champ1onsh1p style Captaxn Fr1edland and Daskam were selected to f1ll the guard pos1t1ons Wlth Howard and Martxny also able to f1ll rn at these places A dxfflcult problem for the coach was to develop a center capable of playlng the pos1t1on as h1s sys tem called for It to be played H1lton was chosen to f1ll the p1vot Job and held It down rn good style Joe Hoffman was put rn as left forward whlle Baxter after the flrst semester took the opposlte pos1t1on as forward at rlght Hull also Joe Frredland durlng the early part of the season fllled rn occasronally Wlth th1s aggregat1on the season progressed A system of out of bounds plays was xntroduced and the short passrng sfstem combxned w1th the boundrng pass not only gave the team a great offense but one XNlllCl'1 worr1ed rts opponents A brg factor IH the success of the team was the excellent defense that was devel oped When vue lost our fxrst conference game many thought AHt1gO was out of the runnrng for conference honors but such was not the case After thls game the team h1t the1r strxde and from then on played a brand of basketball that was unsurpassable by the1r opponents The team won the conference cnanapxonslnp xunnxng fxve out of SIX games W 1th a percentage of 833 12h1s IS the second txme rn two years that Antlgo has won th1s honor Wrth th1s record Ant1go was cons1dered the strongest team 1n th1s sectron and was 1nv1ted to attend tne D1SIf1Ct fournament at Rhmelander where the strongest teams from thrs d1str1ct would compete The team agarn put forth a style of basketball that won adm1rat1on and after defeatmg 'Wausau Park Falls and lastly Rhmelanoer Antlgo was acknowledged tr Drstrxet Champrons vuth the rght to enter the State Meet Thus the team went to Madlson and made a very credxtable showing there fhe success of the team was due to the unusual ab1l1ty of Coach Emlgh the co operatron and good feelrng whrch CX19tCe1 among the players and the support of the student body and townspeople The prospects look good for a champlonshlp team next year but we regret to say that the valuab e work of Frredland Hoff man and Martrny wrll be greatly mxssed T L O ' , 1- . , 2 1 5. ,Q J .2 5. 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Y ' , . . . . . f 7 - , . . 1 . n 1 v ' age Sixty-eight I If GRAD H 23 I I 1111 1 45 Amman 5 11 Mt lall an mon mlm a game agamat L '1uenmerL 111 1 earn plam 1 three games dey were a 11 m 'mf game xx as Iizt arm exeurng bu the xmto 5 were ur X mxouqh Antmgro s deieme Durmgg the game the ermre 5quau was lit N OXXLRI up we Manoa Q Ammo Z1 lm! of the sex cm took pwaee at Armgo xuth MAYIOH MBYIOH was efldklldf' Alumm Z1 Ammo 15 D tr L1 rmtmxs holuiws 11 has Heerm nustomary for the last four yearn in the Hlgell bclooi to plav the old um rs 11115 year the old txmers won T3 me on were Qu COI'S1llSfdblj the H1231 School was uefeateu but nexertbe as tm 3 gut up a suff f1g1t The game wah a t1e m the last seven mmutes of the pin but 1 x1l1V in the Alumm elmdaeu a wrctory for them The game was marke x x 11: Pl shootmg 011 me part of Une Alumm Wausau 24 Antxgo 6 Antxgo opened her conference heason vuth the Wausau fue m the f1rst out of Toxm game 01 the season The team was completely off form m1ss1r1g shot after 51101 and preaentmg a rmserable defense The a11b1 offered 1S thaf the basket was hoodooed Antmgo vuaa m the lead durmg the f1TSt quarter New Lonuon 4 Anugo 24 Playmgz real babket ball at last' The Armgo flVC easlly defeated the New London agagregatron Only durmgg the f1fSt quarter was the game close Afte that Antugo led by a vxxde margm The passmg and the offense vshxch was poor m the preeeedmg game showed a vast 1mprovement Merrrll 10 Antxgo 23 On January 6 we played our second conference game w1th the husky Merrlll Cagers The game whrch was very excltmg was marked by fast passmg ana good floor work The flrst quarter ended m a t1e, 4 to 4, but durmg the second quarter we came back strong and swept the vxsrtors off thelr feet wlth our fabt offense Merrlll, bemg unable to push through the defense, was decmvely de feated VV' IYLEMJAQ 4 W- ' f lf. 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'. ,f f 4 1.1 y nn I 19 RAD I Madlson State Tournament r U1 t 1 t tt1m t tor Mxcnso ov 1 s day noo March Z0 atte only two oats rtst and one sl ort prattrtt nlh1s w as a tgrtat har1o1e1p All t1e ot Ll tc lms lad playtd IH the1r sttt1on1l tournamtnts tht wttk 1rt tdn Otll tournament bmtttn ttams Comptttd Alttr tht flrst stt of t 1mts tht 1' 1r1rtrs plat td lor tht thampxonshrp wh1lt tht lostrs of tht f1rst set Colll play tor to'1solat1on honors WlbCOUblH H1511 ot M3KlluOH won f1rst plaet Os! Rosn too1 steond and Sl mano 1 on tr t fonbolauon honors Appltton s 11 r t 1 oo 1 s,ortsm1ns1 111 C111 10 11t Arm o 'N mtrt P+rt1 o tool a 'rorn Mtnornomt atttr tnt f1rst ftw m1nutts of play c rtta1 tr 1t t re tl o t t1 t H1 ll t tt tms wtre tvtnly mattht d and tat'1 playtd to l lall Alter tht hrst quarttr tht ttarn worked 1n tgrtat style he l1alf e ttt lo to 13 1r1 our taxor htt that was omy a small margm In the second half thf tta'n ran tnt1r store to 20 and hat. tl t r opponents by a n1nt po1nt lead U'lfll t ast thrtt m111utes Int ttfm won a lard fought gamt tht f1nal score be ng Z8 Zo lm ery player worked well and the team oeserxes a grtat deal of Cred1t Va 1 Art1to favs w1tr1eSstd the game Oswkosh 26 Armgo 14 P1ay1 2, af am tnt same n1tg1tat5a1nst a ttam that nad had an tas1tr game IH tht afterx oon mowed too much for AHIIQO but they put up a Scrappy f1g,ht just the same O hxosn was only a small margm ahead untll the last flVC m1nutes of play a 1 Ca ot least of an easy v1ctory Had La'-.ter not been mjurtd and corn pelltl to rtt1 t from tne garnt wt woull ro doubt have played a better game The a t t at Oslmosn ertered tne fmals snows the strength of 1tS team Hoffman and I1r1e a1 d both f1n1sleed tht1r caretr w1tl1 tht A H S 1n th1s game and the school 1 1 1 1ost two good athletes . . Afte 'friirg the Khin lllllltltll' to'1r11ament, th1 14 l1lt ' 4 .1 n 11 I 11:5- n,1" ' ,LV r ' L it " ' 'L' 1' "1I'z . '2 h1A I2 1 ltv "5 ' ' 1 '- 1 I 3 vs s AT xflyr - L I L, icl' 5 1 x b' Y 1 m - b X 3 I -. ., ' f, s- 1 1' 1 1 vm ' 1 - ' - ' v ' s s fs 1 s ' - 1 '11 1" ' A 1 1 1 ' 1 '1 1 rf. ' L .1 ' J C 1, :'1.' ft l' '1 , , .ill ' 1: '11 t ' ' 1 wa' ava tieti tlll g t' QD 3 4 fl , tu. Me11f:t:1 11" 12F-- 1 g 1.1f, At ten obloelz fhtzrsday morrimg we playeri our f1rst game at the btate Tourna- 11. -1.'tf tt21eleti1'1 1 1 '1 11'1 1' ' 11 anl 1 ' ':i11 ' 111 ,1:5"1 11 '1 1 gfgrne. ' '11 1a .1 '1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 , 1 1l 1 xf CL A1 1 r' K- 1 A 1 1 D , 1 t . ' '11 TX ' X1 . 1 A y v ' ' ' ' ' . 1 3 1 1 1 1 1' ge , 1 1 1 111 1 ' f ' 1 ' ' . , I F' 4 v v v 1 q V 11 1 - . I , 11 ' 1 ' . 11f 1 Lf 1 1 1 . , . 1 Y- 1 . Q W V .7 .T . . E4 A 1 :if at 1 , 5 ' . ' 1' ' ' 1 1 - 1 11 ' 'r1 l ' 1 1, ' 1 , 1 1 , 1 . .'1' 1 1, . . age Seventy-two ' ll GRAD A I HERMAN F RIEDLAND Guard Hymre was elected captam of the team and led the squad wlth good generalsh1p Wrth two years experxenee previous to th1s years work Hymxe developed 1nto one of the best guards rn the sectlon Hls defensxve work was a great asset to the team and he proved to be a dependable scorer all season Herman was placed on the flrst all conference team at Rhmeland er an honor whxch he surely deserved Hym1e wlll not be back next year and h1s work vull be greatly mlssed JOE HOFFMAN Forward Joe IS a good all around athlete but he was at h1s best 1n basketball He had a years prevrous experlence on the frrst team and th1s season played h1s last and best He was fast and made an xdeal player 1n the offense Although not a flashy player he played good cons1stent ball the ent1re season He developed throughout the season became one of our best pornt getters and reached the clrmax on the all conference team LAWRENCE BAXTER Forward Baxter started late 1n the season becaus of 1nel1g1b1l1ty the fxrst semester His commg greatly rncreased Antxgo s chance for a champlonshxp team As he had a reputat1on from h1s former experlence at Wautoma Bud was closely watched bv the opponents who knew of h1s shootrng ab1l1ty In hlS first conference game he played over all expectatlons by cagmg twenty of the twenty elght poxnts made by Antxgo Bud scored a otal of 106 pomts a fact wh1ch shows hrs ab111ty as a forward He IS one of the few old men who wlll be back to form next year s team age Seve h l of his playing for Antigo by being placed , nty-t I If FXDUA 3 l ' page Se entY fo HARRY HILTON Center Harry worked hard and copped the cen ter pos1t1on Although th1s IS h1s flrst year on the team he played lxke a veteran Hls helght and ab1l1ty to yump made hmm an rdeal center Hank out3umped all centers 1'1 the conference Th1S shows his value to the team Harry played a blg part 1n the offense scormg thlrty four goals throughout the season Hank IS only a Sophomore and we are glad to say he w1l1 l e back next year JOHN LYNN DASKAM Guard played a forward posxtxon but lack f guards ob11ged Coach Emlgh to develop h1m as a guard On defense he was a hard man to get around whlle h1s offenslve play 1ng was excellent Wxth two years exper 1ence and another year to play Lynn should form the defensxve stronghold for rext year s team Watch h1m go REUBEN HULL Forward Hull although not wxth the squad unt11 the second semester gave a good account of hrmself W1th a tournament experrence from last year Boob could be depended upon at any tlme He had a good eye for the basket and he played the game hard vi At the beginning of the season, Cub .. , O , v - uf IOE P RIEDLAND Guard Friedland worked hard at the beginning of the season and landed a place on the squad Joe played a good game at guard With this experience he should make the 1023 24 squad LOUIS HOWARD Guard Louie uicklv showed Coach Emigh that played guard during the early part of the season and played the position well Every ore thought Louis was too small for a guard but his fight and nerve soon convinc ed people that he could play the position Louis vull he Lack rext year and great tm gs are expected of h1m EDVVARD MARTINY Center Martiny was another new man on this years squad and is very deserving of the ore stripe on his sweater He filled in both at guard and center positions and play- ed them like an old hand at the game. Ed will graduate this spring and his absence from next year s team will be greatly miss- FRANCIS HOFFMAN-Forward. Mike decided to come out his first year. He made the squad and played un- til the second semester. He has a good eye for the basket and with this year' work should develop into a speedy for- ward. age Seven reX..c:L':-:IIIJII GR HD UA I he had thleiability. to make the squad. He ed I " liij T 'T' OX -X Se ef'- G RVSL LT ,X r AA r 411 C. All-T:'.1r:t7a:1s:i: Fits: .satin . ll-.ornament I :Uni T 2... ?:r'.xpa77i fiifffiiifi :Xfttfgo F:r'.'.'ari Eilarfgjr Eagle Rfver E'-CT'W.ET.i 177135: XYEJLS.-2.1.1 Fcrwfrj Shorej: Rifielaiier Csrttsr Stef: Eagle River Came? Hilton Aztigj' Gygax: S7a::1p:::1 Rlifxelaiist Ggari Murhie Vfapsag G'7L7a77i Frfsilaii Arttfgi Ggiri Dasbzarn Amiga SEAS -"S SS ' S. Deg S A:'.:1gs77 , , ,v ,,., 777l5 'Witt-exist: ,, v .... 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Att Strait" .ty the last "Freak Haiku" gj.'rrxr1531u..1 pcrlotxs are a fojx ASQ '.1.'r.j.'f View are QHKCYS1 rcaswris. of Couric, but the Chief cazzgns for tht: gfpularzty 01 arf N xg: Scrriara aiu :ter H: as 0. t '::1ng. 'V : a.I trzc f,1I'1..4 ang t .aices sie gives 11s. ft Qertafiljt' fs fi t N iss Hcriar i's fault ff all tis- Aitfgo High 11 gzrls are ict pcrfe: cxarxplss of hualth ati grain. the Grill' tropifs with is tha' .io iot ft oftegr. ciizrgfi. :ar that ...,.. Xfi.. T1..n-..l1-.- 1-...AI,L: ya.. pw '.-.1-J' ml- . TL, , .,,,- .,.,,-,, X.1ax.. a..f? A l.....1.X. ...ll L.5t.1....Lx.N4 -4121 -,c12.'.C-NCAA gs.C1..LI. -..,If,. .LC1..A2 vv ,.- 'iais up if all grls fiterestcsi fi bairtball. giractziej regularly 02:2 a '.1.'w3k. -Xt tic viii of the 55.25011 tits tears ..tet fi uf fitcrilass t3L1ria...:T.t. This year Ii j3',.2fTTQ'fCffQE2i? '.1.'.as jilifti ij: the Seifor fic ...ffrtizrs of this tfgarri ij tics: of Ifii otiicrs arc: 5iNf RS-Eveljsi Malt? Aire Mairfse Zfmrrxermari. Eileen I-I-Elly. .aiiit Exgissrijxg bw Esoia. Lugflf Lt-Siarti. Nita M5C,aiilxss. sais. .'l'NI .15-Cath-rfic Prtrrsci. Laura ' Lzjcllza. GY: Aslfe. fiijxthe Ljsiif. Vg: F-fzzrgrlijsg 291325212 Drfs:o1l. sub. - ..,- , V, , . . . A .Q ' Tm--.F .K.:n JM :Ori .r . L12-.ificxf Hay. srvtfijr Craig, Dantz... las... Ma .fp .... ff Lana- - 51. F-.arzai ::'.Ls:13 Maris f',.1cr.L..ar1ssa Dzzfxcr. Lycia Ernie. sais. :5RH::i3fEN-F-IfQ,irs,i M:"1:ia, Marfrfe -I:Kci:a, Marjcrff Marie iss. 'v'v'ilff'..E Hsfirfjazsg T-farfa: Fiow. Ire-:' 1 Hi'-r. sgfs. 19 RAD A TROPHIES Up to t e tear 1916 Artugo Htgn Qchool had accumulated qutte a large collec tton ot t ogfxes xvwc tact 1llustrated the promtnence of tne school 1n atnletu s and torensw no K But on that memorable may IH Januarv 1916 that fmf array of cups ano banners was reduced to molten metal and ashes ID the conflagra t1on xxlmch cestroxef the old Htgla School burldmg Manx ne e o t e opmzon trat 1tVKOUld tndeed be a long txme before we should agam be aole to exhlbxt another collectmon such as the old one B t nrt t c a ante 1st c sp1r1t of advancement and progress the sfnool sf! ltselt anevx to t e task xunnmg honor after honor In the course of a ffw years tl'e oebate tearns ac 'st ng three banners upon the walls of the audxtorxum whll loxtrg o at ettcs were ap1dly mcreasmg m number The need for a pro per pace xx c to clsplax these newly won trophus was l'JPf'OU11D,j morf um T e e o e t e ,g aouattng class of last ,fear cfm: ff to arf S1 nt u Mt a trop ca ts how located m the upper hall of tl l ull ll a Pas rg 1st of trophtes 15 composed of tnr following Dana t o e f year ,gors to thr wmnfr of th lumor Svmor flflldl' 1 ce D t ament two cuas for vnnnmgg tht Wlsfon ln Vall jf ba r t l F "P 0 r r fir am U a N f- ate 'fer t f 1,419 baslfftball fltampxon rm ore' e " ...mm a ' f 1 f a f tn bm! ,I trol ,s fu 'or f1YlU"U V Y iff 1 1 'f X13 wr- ty M ,J 1 A 0 tm lt m ffmtal' acc la fr I is x ' 4 - LQ-' . A 4. ' Y, H . , , . . l E . A ' , . D . l 7- '.l 1. l ' ' J . ' ' . ' ' . . . ,. I 1- ' ' ' ' . ' ' ,, . 1 ' I y y '. n . 1 ' , 1 u "his hrsfri A" ' " QL, ': .4 .'hll.,1. 1. 1 ' ' ' ' , 'fr cupsfr hlfr '. r' ' " ' '. : " ' - l A in l ' rl -- ' ' : Qfent. hrfr. 'rj' ' ,'t ' r l:,'l:l rf: A AASB. the one I" . ' f ' f ' .' tv: 11 "ff Lf- Our const ntljs incr, si 1' . ' I , A ' 2 " g: The 7 which a.h 'f . ' :J 3 ' : 1: . ' -.': ' fi the silver-mouitei basketball, won by this yf:ar's basketball team at the Hr.ir.f:- 'HITVY fs rift Tourxi .. Z ' - I' " A : s' ' 15' .".'.f:.- ball chanrjgioishipg tw fo. track worlfg the lggl atory nupg the Uf:a',urf:a: r' - torn' trophy: three 'jj' ?,a.... l.: ' ' I .: ' , .' ' '-ff, 'Ll,l':l'l' the f .lsfc tea... shfelfig the Ah' .' 'thl:t'fg gupg 'nl 24: 1 King yhy. With this fispfring 'frwp 1 ' .l: it ip 1: y 1 Jlal lv: that bcfo.: lung f K' 1' be necessary' to Q. -a 1' fznlarff: th: ns -.e 1, l't ' ay , 1 '.g the futun: uifitions. ,.z, j.Ax,.7l.- 3 P Q 4 ON FOOTBALL ootiii Wid imdmx Lim: to max L Q. mui H Q O 'W it 1 i 'Lilac Amotlxr IO L town touth oxvi foottr X I iiked to idx L I imt. of Limt Q mit 1 1 I 11141 my biogkmy wrong in Conwqutncf vim' m it 'Sl LT A I il t, 'T I ' iii ti 1 5 If t 0 mx cititx tI oiigi 1 bntmw IDU iri m wot.: I xxmrx art mum mat ,x ' i am, sd, ti N ' Ch. I" PUIY Pte ' ja - 3' ji EI wuz' . 1. All fighting Qaiigt ffcubcgg Ari 'ri their tzirrx they test tht-ir fork ting." 'L A triii ' , f1.ti '. ., H saj. " 51'-'th' 'Q H fa Q ' it y The It. ,U put t- oi. of they cicmff-rffiivw, Ani fatlix vi 2. "Agfa you trgirxmit play." nut I . .uit guy rufptsg to parffritf. .ni Az: 'Ilia best of Lili obj A:t'or1', my in-t-p.ii't-ti In I V' ' .i i. it Q img U. VV' A' 'I i ' ' C 'gi W Q tzikr' Ilia sititg 0. 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If GRADUATE Jl TES 'Plcuform A X KA , f Q5 ,X X 5 K my f mx , X w X ix X 4 SUN,-5 ' FNHA ,M QT' x Page Exghty-scvcll Pag I If RAD A 23 I L tum xxlllltf Zur as JUNIOR SENIOR DEBATE me on lets more retzdx to o Come on lets go and ne wzll shun mu The Slnmr team zn all its glory Vlzrznm the trophx tonight Truer x ords hath to man spoken than the above' That was the Senxor verslon through the crowded very srght of them and whrte costumes of the Junior Semor debate as the Senxor class strode gayly mam room on the nrght of November twenty fourth The resembllng huge very ammated whlte roses IH the1r green mstrlled zrto the audrence some of the1r own enthusrasm strengthened by the srght of the coveted Dana trophy rn our Therr belref was cheer leader s hands and by the no1se commg from the damty rose colored arbor under whxch the class of 23 ended the1r March of Tr1umph And at the Slght of the mascots of that famous class the aud1ence succumbed and gave the dec1s1on IH favor of the negatxve For who could wrthstand or resxst a chorus of mmlature Senxors led by Jane Johnson and Alv1n Levrne proclalmrng 1n every word and act another v1ctory for the class of 23? The audrence could not and the1r applause called Jane and Alv1n back agarn w1th an encore wherem .lane true to her 1923 tra d1t1ons refused Alv1n s attentlons untxl he supplemented them by the srlver trophy The aud1ence had been won over to the Senxor s1de Who rema1ned? Only the Judges and the Junrors They capltulated after the rendermg of the negatrve srde of the questron Resolved That the Great Lakes St Lawrence waterway should be constructed wxthm the next ten years by the Semor debators Gustav W1nter Loyal Rlce and Kendall Bassett who had been ably coached by Mlss Hllts The arguments presented and the manner 1n whlch they were presented left no doubt 1n the mmds of the Judges Now the Junxors alone rema1ned to D6 convmced of the supremacy of the class of 23 They were st1ll resolutely backmg the1r team wlth unwavermg loyalty But the dec1s1on the dec1s1on that added another v1ctory to that long 11st of trrumphs of the Senrors the dec1s1on that kept the green and whlte on the Dana trophy convmced even the Junrors that the class of 1923 had won' e E ghty cxg Miss llilts, 44: 'l H ' l"' 1315011 . UCI, ' ' gui V ' -v ' r y U'- , Tl y . Y v ' v 3 I ' .Y Y - . . 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Y , , . i - A he ' li GRAD Fl I 1 XtNm1r1 lDXUlllx 1 uttr lor JUNIOR SENIOR DEBATE Short and tall lurzwrs all Furl Knott and Mac Thxs was the song that greated the ears of the expectant people wartmg 1n the crowded ma1n room on Frlday November 24 the nlght of the .lumor Senxor De bate In came the .lumors led by Czar Mr Fehlandt s Russxan hound The Jun 1ors were dressed lrke huge daffodlls the petals formlng a cap and the leaves a cape After cxrclmg the mam room they came back to the1r canopy wh1ch was attractwely woven 1n green and gold and l1ghted Vvlth green and gold shaded After the entrance of the Senrors the Jumor mascots Gene Gallegher and Peggy Dana emerged from a great black caldron over whlch a w1tch was ener get1cally st1rr1ng and muttermg mcantatxons They danced and sang for the .lunlor class and then returned to the caldron only to be applauded agamn and agam A serres of yells were then exchanged between the .lumors and Senrors the Jun 1ors bemg mrghtxly upheld by the peppy Freshmen therr s1ster class Wlth a hush on both srdes the debate was started the questron bexng as every one knows Resolved That the Great Lakes Qt Lawrerce waterwav should be constructed w1th1n a per1od of ten years It was ably debated by Mary McNa mara Donald Knott and our alternate Cal Dvorak Mxss Wheeler was the .Tumor coach and deserves much credrt for the help she rendered them Although the decrslon was 2 1 1n favor of the Semors all the Jumors left the mam room feelmg that They would rather be a juruor be a jurzzor Be a junzor be a juruor Oh thex d rather be a junzor j U N I O R S' Page ghty n l lglllll ,l'.'2 I' 1 ' '1 ' Xl'-Q Xyl "l', A zclt, , . , . lights in the shape of daffodils. y . u , ' , ' ' . 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Y H ' ll PRD Fl Z I I TRIANGULAR DEBATE Antrgo H1gt School was again a part1c1pant in the acttxitxcs of the Lawrence llc ating League We were placed 1n a dual debate wlth our old r1wal Wausau wt uh had lost to us thc year before and was out for revenge Antiggo was at a dt acxantagc due to illness of members of the squad at various stages of prepara io fo forensic conflict The question for debate was Resolx ed That Congress should enact a federal law applying the essential features of the Kansas Indus tritl Court to the settlement of railroad labor disputes AT HOMTL Asher Treat Carl Dvorak and Harold King with Donalc Knott as alternate comprised the afftrmatixe team which met and humbled the Wausau negative ag greggation at the High School Auditorium on February 16th 1923 The decision of the wudges was unanimous in favor of the affirmative AT WAUSAU Sander clashed with their opponents at Wausau After a close contest the chair man announced the decision of the judges which was for the affmnative One debate had been won by each school the affirmative teams having been victorious in both places Therefore a decision on the percentage was required in order to determine the xictor Wausau carriel the dual bv the narrow margin of 12 per cent and represented the section in the next debate Forensic Trophies Interest in forensics w as greatly in creased this year when two new trophies were gix en to the Antigo High School Robert Dessureau former forensic champ1on of this High qchool presented a beautiful trophy to be awarded annually to the winner of ora tory Then to provide added incentive for the girls the Antigo Woman s Club presented a silver loving cup on which the name of the winner of the annual de clamatory contest is to be engraved With these 1nducements the students must certainly take added interest IU oratory and declamation Antigo High Qchool appreciates this evidence of the interest of the citizens of Antigo in our school act1v1t1es and wishes to take this opportunitx to thank Mr Dessureau and the Woman s Club for their mtcrcst and their methoi ot show 1ng that lnterest ,gy 'N s , ,. , ' , .' 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' 3 3 . 4' - V' Y Page Ninety-0 I ll RFID A ll INDIVIDUAL PORILNSILS 1922 Last years IOYLHSIC season was xery successtully concluded Adelme Jones and Kendall Bassett upheld the honor of AntIg,o Htph IH the dIstrIct contest at Oshkosh and althou h they dtd not place theIr work w 'rs excellent Some tlme later Arlo Mclxmnon and Gustay VVInter went to Appleton where they represented Antrgo In the annual Lawrence Lolleee contests Arlo carrred all betore lnrn w Innmg, fIrst place and the two year seholarshlp attendant to that honor Gustax was one of the fue speakers wl o appeared In tl e extemporaneous speakmgs tmals D1' LLAMA TION 1923 Because of the largbe umber of laresnmen and Sophomore gurls out for declarna tory lt was necessary to hold try outs tor these classes The Freshmen selected to appear In the flnal contest were Carol Brshop MarIe Jones Maryorle Hay Doro thy O Donnell and Jacquellne Hutehmson The Sophomores that were chosen were Mary Edtth MCKIHHOH Janet Hay Dorothy Crate Dorothy Canfleld and Iors and Sentors In the fInal contest On Fr1day evenrng, March 23 an expectant audtence assembled In the Hlgll School Audltorlum to hear the contest whIch was to determIne who was to have the honor of flrst hayrng her name rnscrrbed upon the coveted Declamatory Trophy Mary Edlth MCKIHUOH was the wtnner Carol Brshop receIved second and Laura Koudelka thxrd place The wxnners of flrst and second places w1ll represent us IH compet1tIon wlth other schools of th1s d1str1ct In the dIstr1ct contest ORATORY 1923 The more than normal nterest taken by both contestants and the publlc IU ora tory last year was agatn In evIdence durrng th1s season The boys who won the two hlghest places In the contest to determme the Fresh men representat1ves were James Weeks and Edwm Wlllrams From the elghteen entrants IH the Sophomore elIm1natIon test Clark Raettlg John Tradewell Asher Treat and Wtlltam Tradewell were chosen to take part ID the fmals The Jun 1or boys selected were Joseph Berger Donald Knott and Carl Dvorak The Sen Iors were represented by James Murphy Ben Mattek Kendall Bassett Carl Klel czewskl and Gustav Wrnter On Apr1l 20 1923 th1s formtdable array of forensxc talent appeared before thelr expectant audlence In the Aud1torIum of the Hlgh School Kendall Bassett speaktng Amerrcan Infamy was awarded f1rst place The Common People del1vered by Carl KlClCZCWSk1 took second nonors and Gustav Wtnter who spoke The ResponsIbI1Ity of War placed thIrd The boys who won flrst and second places wIll represent Antlgo In the Sub D1Stf1Ct Contest All 1nd1cat1ons at the present ttme are that they wIll Increase the length of our role of orator1cal emInence Page N ety . 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' X ' x , K ' x is xx N x ' V ,ni V g ,J ,Mg 2 f M X-1 71? ,'4',!,,, Y X If I ' I l ONE ACT PLAYS On December 14 1922 an aud1ence occupylng nearly the ent1re H1gh School Aud1tor1um w1tnessed the presentatxon of one of the best dramat1c entertaln ments ever staged by members of the student body Of course much of the cred1t for 1ts success 1S due MISS Marston and M1ss Clark the d1rectors The openmg number was The Maker of Dreams Th1s one act drama was played by Harr1et Freder ckson Bern1ce Sorenson and Kendall Bassett Spunk a readxrg QIVCH by Carol B1shop was followed bv a product1on en tltled The Stray The cast of characters was composed of M1ldred O Donnell Durmg the rext 1rterm1ss1on lV'able Horn and Alvlna Lauby rendered a vocal duet Then the program was concluded wxth the comedy So the Story Grew It was acted by Loyal R1 e Creta Wxlllams Evelyn Maltby Ralph Mxller Rosella Cralg Ben Schultz Bu Van Doren Carl K1e1czewsk1 Lauren Brush and Horace Perry The proceeds of the entertamment went to benefxt the treasury of the Publlc Speakmg Department ' I , . ' A v n un ' - A i , ' , . ! - i y - - Margaret Stewart, Leona Curran, and Josephine Raskin. . F .Q . V. A . , - 4. 1: . , , 'TT , i ', , A . . . Page Ninety-four I It RAD Fl Z3 I THE GYPSY ROVER R 'N al C my Music DEPT ANUGO HIGH scHooL A'Qg5f'L?1,,23 CAST OF CHARACTERS by me M: L Rob s foster mother Zara the belle of the gypsy camp Marto Meg., s husband Sxnfo gypsy lad rn love wrth Zara Rob Ihe Gypsy Rover Lady Constance daughter of S1r George Martendale Lord Craven an Entjlsh fop don tcha know S1r George Martendale an Englrsh country gentlema Nma Srr George s second daughter Captam Jerome cartam rn the hngbhsh army Laura Koudelka Erleen Kelly Loyal Rrce Stanley Fuller Delos Rerf Mabel Horn Phrlrp Bassett Maynard Moss Helen Kublaczyk Melvm Iruzaro S1r Toby Lyon a socrety butterfly Burr Van Doren McCorkle a song publrsher ot London Donald Knott Six Gypsy Chlldren Jeanne Bassett Dorothy Below Petronella Hull Robert Cherney Vernon Sheldon Andrew Sheldon FBIFICS Rosemary Madlson Mxldred Lueck Chorus Margaret Stewar Harrlet Frederlckson Mary McNamara Helen Leslxe josephlne Raskm Leone Ttkalsky M ldred ODonnell Leona Curran Florence Fm ley Lrla Murton Elmor Blanchard Camxlla Fessenden Marjorxe McArthur Ione Loper Elleen Cody Lynda Teska Grace Bessey Agnes .ateber Rosella Craxg Neal Thayer Ted Jomson Kendall Bassett Edward Kreme Erwn Wnter Donald Knott Lyle Walters Charles Kunz Fred Rexf Ted Brrggs Howard jxr le Ben Mattek Clarence McCandless Stephen Flerst Carl Dvorak Hora e Perry Rchard Brenner Clark Raettlg joe Freldland ACT 1 A GYPSY CAMP Overture See the Lreht 1n the D1stant Sky Appear A Gypsys Lrfe for Mme loft stage! So Come My Frrend and Sup Wlth Me Ifalryland Gvpsyland Ah to be Happy and Gay Twas Here That I Dreamed of You Nothmg Beats a Huntxng, Day Thank You for Your Krndness ACT II A ROOM IN THE B1nd the Tresses of the Brrde L1sten Lady Iaalr We are Merry Robbers Moon Moon Moon It s .lust L O V E Take Hlm from My Slpht ACT III Bye and Bye Grand Fmale Instrumental Chorus Rob Rob and Chorus Meg and Marto Rob and Chrldren S1nfo and Chorus Constance Constance and Rob S r George and Chorus Srr Georbe Constance and Chorus Zara HOME OF SIR GEORGE Chorus of Glrls Constarce and Rob Smfo and Marto Nma Jerome and Chorus Constarce Rob and Chorus Srr George Constance Rob and Chorus SAME AS ACT II Rob Entxre Company Dramatlc D1rect1on M155 Maf5t0n Dancrng Mxss C Bernard Costurnlng MISS Gertrude MC1SClW1tZ Muslc Mrss M J Verhulst Musrc Purnrshed by Hlgh School Orchestra Page n x 44 ss A fy . nlxc Musit o .4 - 1 ,. e - Ry grven tl -v l I ' H 31' yn' 5 1 i AY - i riff vv i! ,ii-7.7 if-nr-if s u s y - ' L y 7,4 A.-ff VW,-L.. 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' ll GRRDURT ll -- Q Semor Class Play Armory Irrday Evenlngs June 1 Etght O clock Pranexe Cora Ma Slaw son Martha Slawson Steve I undy Clalre Lang, Sam Slawson lrank Ronald Mrs Allen Sherman Amy Pelham Shaw Allan Sherman A I November The Antlgo I-llgh School Class of 1923 Presents the Three act Comeoy MARTHA BY THE DAY By Julre M Lrppmann CAST lln order of then' frrst appearancel SYNOPSIS OP SCENES Exleen Kelly Camxlla Fessenden Evelyn Maltby Greta Wxlllams Erwm Prosser Ruth l'1lyes Loyal Rree Kendall Bassett A Dog, Margaret Stewart Harr1et Frederrckson James Murphy Gustav Wrnter Martha Slawsons krtehen 1n a New York flat Late afternoon Trellxs room on the Ronald Estate 1n the Catsk1ll Mountams New York State The followrng summer AC II General l1V1I1Q' room at the Gate Lodge Catskrll Mountams D1reetly followlng the happenlngs of Act H ACT IH TIME The present PLACES New York Cxty and Catsklll Mountarns D1rector of Class Play Miss Marston Property Manager Mxss Kaven Busrness Manager Mr TTICISCU Pg N ty - . . .Y .I . .. 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A Y YA gg A . . f l A , 5 I I 'N ' , , I 'N y , , . . , , , Pag THE ANTIGONIAN aurcn lurus ur Nan Do e hen 'Wat el-t 'tlarx Mchancar Lau a kou lcllta Cm e Miller Donald Knott Ralph Miller Lua Murton Donald King NI Q hrrha He I- ra Hoc t Ol lvl L' Antico Higi bc' ool Artigo VV1 The qtaff hditor V1 care Associate fzdito Business Manage News Feature Forensic t Society Reporters Athletic Humor Humor Exe an e A X crna Kraus Dorot x ODorirell c ar To ns THE GRAND PINALIL hditoi hditor hcitor hlitor Editor Editor Editor GX ise Antigo High Qchool's newspaper has completed its second successful year. Although the paper did not start the year with a rus the conditions generally have beer' much better than they were last year when the paper was new. Two years of successful operation have definitely established a newspaper in Antigo High. The name of the paper T111 Antig urziun, was decided upon last October by a committee of class officers. The previous name The Astnnislzfr. was thought not appropriate for a publication of this sort. This paper is for Antigo High School as the name clearly indicates. The Af1f1'fUl'lfL1fl is a three-column four-page paper and this year was published monthly Owing to the favor with which the paper was met the managers were able to reduce the price from ten cents a copy to five cents a copy. This fact may seem trivial at first thought but from it one may judge the increase of the stu- dents support and it is upon that that the paper depends for its existence and success. e One Hundred bfi-cinll GRADUATE 23 lfifia Q he Qntzgnnzan 1 ANTIGU WINS TWU CONTESTS ' WAUSAU LUSES im V 'v - Q .. SSSFSSN-'S SS S SS SS SS SS fe'iS S S. S Q W V H . .' E '. ,lgm Q' SS'fl,1 -S S 71 i5?f .l-ffQlgS:?1f1 V3 +1 ,fn S S- ,QSKETBALL I -A WIN, L4 M f U ro ' " ' 4 ' t in V . , , ,S,S :V I sq S ' A u. ., 4 . S ,,,. .. '7 I 1 S 4 K Sl? 1 , 1 V 1 1 . . 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B ' K I ' ' "T 1 ff' e, tf. ,f'1j"L f, V U X ' ' ' , f f 19 RAD Fl ll I Pag THE A CLUB The most prormnent student orgamzatlon 11 school the A Club has com pleted 1tS second successful year and rndrcatrons show that the club w1ll become more promrnent Wlth the rncreasmg enthusrasrn rn Hlgh School act1v1t1es The A Club was formed March 11 1921 wlth the followmg purpose T develop mterest rn h1gh school act1v1t1es The fxrst offlcers were Charles Mor rrson Pres1dent Harold A Klng Vrce Presrdent Wrlllam Curran Secretary and Joseph Hoffman Treasurer There were twenty SIX members representmg every form of hlgh school act1v1ty On the twenty fxrst of Aprrl 1922 the club gave an elaborate banquet and dance The club held a meetlng early th1s y a outlu eel the pu Doses of the orgamza tlon to the new members and elected ofncers The present o frcers are Damel Goldberg Presxdent Louls Howard Vrce Presrdent Howard .l1rtle Qecretary and Laura Koudelka Treasurer There are thlrty srx members th1s year who have letters from football basketball debate track declamatory and oratory At present a banquet and dance equalmg last year s affarr IS bemg planned O I- d d S 1 l l 1 CK 77 r . . . .Y H ,, 1 L 1 1 ' 1 cz 11 ' - , rx , , . O . . . . . . U . . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 ' ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ' Q .. '-. YN v- A . ' - .. 1, A :A 1 . I. , ,: . . , . . . . - . - . 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 ' ' -- 1 1 1 1 1 ' . , - . . s ne lun rr ix ll GERD A ll LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS Pres1dent Rosella Cralg VIICC Preszdent Greta W1ll1ams Secretary Treasurer James Worden Soctal Cha1rman Erleen Kelly Program Chanman M1ss Thuss Vous allez n est pas? Ohl Ou1 What rn the world were those two Senlor grrls talkmg about? Oh I suppose they are some of the French Club members tallclng over the1r next party Though of course the Sophomore couldnt understand that compltcated lan guage w1thout hard study Cask one of the Senxor French studentsj she supposed Twtce a month Le Cxrcle Franca1s meet one trme for work one for play The first meetmg of the month 1S for work The lrves and worxs of celebrated French authors are studxed and to make It more mterestrng a play IS drarnat1zecl Th1s 15 rot only enjoyable but most helpful to those takrng part Interestrng facts about the French language and French lxfe are also learned Altogether a great deal IS derrved from these meetlngs bes1de very pleasant tunes The second rneetlngs of the month are Jolly get together meetlngs 1n the form of partres and prcnrcs Mxss Thuss 1S always there w1th her w1tty sayrngs Kwon der 1f she s Irrshl After all and all rn all the French Club has had some very happy tzmes P zx g e n e u S e v e n . . . . ll I YI , . ll 'I! sz ' ' ' ' n H ' ' , ll , . 7 I ' .- l rrght. . . . 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'Y ':. f' '.f' 'V Z, -1 1 "1"'ff1,f Pag T T' L L The father was an ardent flsherman Almost every day he would f1sh leavlng, home early ID the mornrng and not returmng unt1l evenxng Somet1mes blgfld vuould accompany h1m to row the boat When she d1d not Hans Tellefsen one of the sons of a nearby f1sherman would do so The days on wh1ch the old man d1d not f1sh he would go to Chrlstlansand where he would drspose of h1s scaly spoxl rn the flsh markets Srgrrd often went wlth h1m When she d1d not go wrth her father on h1s flshxng trxp or to Chrlstxansand she would busy herself by dolng the housework preparlng the evenlng meal or do1ng varrous kinds of handrwork At sunset S1gr1d usually awalted the return of her father by srttxng outsxde the hut and s1ng1ng There was noth1ng more dellghtful to S1gr1d than srttmg outs1de when evenmg came gazmg at the mountarns and the fyords and Slnglflg whrle she d1d so The quxetude and the beauty of the country thrxlled her One even1ng as Slgfld was spendlng the close of day thus and awaltrng the re turn of her father and Hans she saw a boat approachmg She thought It was her fathers but rt could not be hrs because there would be two people rn It 1f It were Probably rt was Herr Jensen a nelghbor flsherman who mxght be com mg from Chrxstlansand The boat drew nearer and S1gr1d saw that the person was Hans but her father was not there Thrs fr1ghtened the g1r1 for she knew the dangers of the water and her father was old Perhaps somethmg had hap pened to h1m Runmng down to meet the boat sne called to Hans ask1ng where her father was but the expressxon on the young man s face was evldence enough that somethrng had happened to the father It was hard for h1m to explam to S1gr1d She was frxghtened and when Hans sa1d S1grxd your father IS drown ed the gxrl overcome w1th grxef fell to the ground crylng bxtterly Hans trred to comfort her but It was of no avarl Her father to whom she had been so xntlmate a compan1on was dead She rose to her feet and Hans helped her to the hut He stayed w1th her for an hour and as rt was gettmg late and he must return home he begged S1gr1d to come wrth h1m She could not stay there alone so she went At the Tellefsen home everyone trzed to comfort her she rema1ned there a few weeks She recexved a letter from Erxc who when he heard of the death of hrs father adv1sed S1gr1d to come to Amer1ca He told her to secure work 1n New York S1gr1d decxded to accept her brother s advxce Her father s death had oc curred 1n the early part of June and she decrded to go to Amerxca rn the latter part of August The Bergensfgord was to leave Chrrstransand on the twenty thlrd of August she could go on that shxp S1gr1d sold the hut to another fxsherman she also sold the cow the two row boats the fxshmg nets and a few other thmgs that were left Some of the carved spoons and carved bowls and a pxcture of her father were the only thmgs she d1d not sell For the thmgs wh1ch she sold she got flve thousand crowns After a couple of debts were paid she had two thousand crowns left and w1th th1s she would be able to buy a trunk a few necessary clothes pay for her tr1p and have about three hundred crowns left As S1gr1d looked forward to the day of her departure she was half Joyful and half sad To thrnk of her future m Amerrca fllled her wlth happmess for she had heard of the wonderful opportumtxes It offered But to glve up the l1ttle home ln wh1ch she had lrved s1nce chlldhood gave her a feelmg of sorrow Her home lxfe w1th her father had been a happy one for Srgrxd had learned to love the qulet and solrtude of her homeland The memory of these thmgs she would cher rsh forever and It was hard to leave them Hans regretted her leavmg also for e One H Fourt 1 1 ' r - 1 1 . - 1 1 - 1 1 , . . . 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I . . . 1 ' I undrcd ee I I NADH I I there was a warm spot xn hrs heart for Slgrxd He had known her smce she was a ch1ld and had gone to school w1th her Smce they had grown older he had come to adm1re her greatly When the twenty th1rd of August arrlved there was much exc1tement at the dock IH Chr1st1ansand prlor to the leav1ng of the shxp Men women and chxl dren were there Hans was also there When lt was t1me to go on board the shtp Slgfld w1th tears stream1ng down her cheeks bade goodbye to her frlends Then she turned to Hans He had always been k1nd to her and she really lxked h1m When she saxd goodbye he put a package IU her hand It was a hand carved p1cture frame w1th a hand pa1nted plcture m It whlch he had made for her Then S1gr1d went on board the sh1p Soon the last whlstle blew and the great steamshxp slowly crept out of Chrlstlansand harbor Slgrxd stood on the deck wavmg her handkerchxef and holdmg back the tears unt1l she could no longer see her frxends the c1ty and her country Durmg the ocean trlp S1gr1d busted herself embro1der1ng and crochetmg When the weather was nxce she would sxt on deck and gaze at the ocean She often arg too Th1s greatly pleased the passengers for to thlrd class passengers very httle entertammert was afforded So because of her smgmg she became very popular amorg the chrldren and grown people as well Toward evenxng on the n1nth day of the voyage the Bergensfjord arrwed 1n New York The lmmxgrants were fxrst taken to Ellxs Island for 1nspect1on and on the followmg day they entered New York C1ty Sxgrld was fllled w1th CXC1tC ment How v-onderful It was to come to Amerlca and how happy she would be when she could see Er1c When she left the sh1p she entered a huge bu1ld1ng mto whrch most of the xmmtgrants had gone and as she d1d not see Er1c she sat down to wa1t for htm Her face was radxant as she waxted any moment Erlc would come She saw a young man walkmg through the crowd as lf he were lookmg for someone Er1c' Erlc' she exclaimed But when she saw the face of the man It was not he An hour passed and st111 he d1d not come He must have known when the sh1p was due for she had wrltten and told h1m just what shlp she was leavmg on and when she would arrlve Could anythmg have happened that he mlght not have been able to come 7 Other thoughts entered her mmd and she became wor rxed and afra1d What would she do 1f he d1d not come? Fmally she walked about the bu1ld1ng but ro Er c was to be seen Agaln she sat down and watted By roon he had not arrxved There were many mformatton bureaus 1n the buxldmg and she was certam that there must be xnterpreters somewhere Gettmg up she walked about agam She told an xnterpreter that her brother had not come to meet her and she asked h1m what she could do He asked Have you the address of your brother? She had If you wtll gxve It to me I wtll telephone to the res1dence and fmd out 1 your brother IS there he Sald S1gr1d gave h1m the address ard waxted anxtously whxle the mterpreter tele phored The landlady sa1d that EYIC Olsen had moved from there three days before and that he had le't ro address When the gtrl heard th1s she was more worr1ed than ever What could she do? The xnterpreter told her that about the only th1r'g she could do would be to go to a settlement house where she could stay untxl the res1der'ts helped her fnd work Sxgrxd knew she must do some - 1 . w. 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Y . . . . . q w Q . . , . . . . 1 . , . , . , . u H , . . . ,, v. . . . . . .: , L . ,, . , . s., - 4 ' l . , L . . 1 Page One Hundred Fiftee l' " llfil ffl! , A f---l Q , t?1-::::' L' W ND now we come to the happenings of the school year not the bug red letter events but the every day mcxdenta of student life whlch contrl bute to thus undying apmt ST! fi fl of our school calendar lf I I-if J 0676 ' I ' J 9,1 'UQ X, '14 ff 1 f 1 X Z , X I I RFXDR I I llllz SILNIOR SPRILAD Prolohue f Semors have been I e, anne xxrth ,ren exneer and eo or t e tnnu Senror Spreao and at last the eventiul nteht hrs come Th1 beme therr last spread rnot for somel they planned to h ue rt in exceptlonal sueeess Scene I A couple of rotable and enthus1ast1c non suppo ters of the Semor Class talk me oxe the matter of oblreme ex erxone by Lorne tl at meht lst Sr Leanrre aearnst sta1r ra1l1ng, to support hrs statementsb Bows on ore s1de of exm G1rls on tother Dont you look at me Or Ill tell my mother 2nd Sr IVCTQ enthusrasucally P Yah' We usually have a dex1l1sh t1me You gom to go? Well Ill see Can t have a party vmthout you and me See you to nrght Scene H Let us nop to the gym and see how our very entlausxasuc Senlor classmates are farmg The decorat1ons they admlt are good lst Sr lLook1ng about errtxeallyl Pretty good crowd for a pepless spread Wont be so bad thoueht 1td be dead Look at the tr1mm1ngs arent so bad' Pretty good Spread lets all make elad 2nd Sr lTrymg to convmce hrmself he s havrre a good trme 7 Come on let s dance pretty soon vue eat Come on let s go on deck' botn feet' Scene Ill Now we hop to the upper halls tables are spread for a regular feed lst Sr lMore enthuslastlc than ever row that the eats appear! MlgOShl lookxt the eats lay to boys quxck Grab all you can get r1d of rt sl1ck' Mr The1sen lS here you knovx hrs fa1lmg Eats all he can next day he s a1l1n,g 2nd Sr 4 Too busy to talk? VVe re g,o1ng,, to have musrc and toasts so they say Drd Ja ever hear of such a spread so peppy and gay? lt's the one vxe won't forget ID such a "hurr1e," So tonlgght let us grve Three Lheers "23"l" Page Ore Hundred hnghteen e . U. , Thx f ' 3 '. '- .1 wr-'ng ' ' " ll 'Q "I" 'H ' . f " I hfr al ' ' 1' ', A, vs A ', 25- tb 'S 1' f lt' L 1 l ' uv C 1 Zvs ' l sl' s ' N- -xsff. T x ll -"fr"' zo' - ' f v-,Y As 'y' 1 va v 1 v v ' v X' . r I- .AY Y . Q . .. Y S . H Q Well, you know what these spread are lxke: A . ,J 3 . . , . ' r . . . .1 , . , . ,- . ,, V - 7 ,, , , A . ., , , l. Y . 5 l ' Y .: ' rf . , , ,, .I , A ' . ' 1 I I Y ' 1 V -.. Y. r 1 ' fi- 1 - ' ' 1 -I V i- v ll RAD A I I'HE SOPHOMORE SPREAD The Sophomore Spread so they all say Was the talk of the school for many a day And why shouldnt It be Wlth all the enthus1asm and ardor that those Sopho mores had that eventful n1gnt of December f1fteenth7 The gym was decorated 1n the1r class colors purple and gold draped IH festoons wh1ch presented a very charmlng, aspect The stage was fltted up as a flower garden wxth tables cha1rs and lamps Here the luncheon was served durmg the hours of danc1ng The program precedmg the danc1ng was most or1 mal and entertamrng M Vhe1scn very ably gave twelve reasons why he came late and Mr Waddell Why he was flunkrng The debates and songs proved amaz1ngly 1nstruct1ng and en tertamlng The real SQICC of the party however was not a'l these preced1ng events but It was the overflow of pep tremendou ea nestness and enthus1asm of the Sopho more Class The1r efforts were happlly crowned wrth success THE JUNIOR SPREAD The .lunlor Spread held the N1nth of February Was full of pep very happy and merry The gym was dressed 1n gold and green And the enterta1nment they say was best ever seen The g1rls d1d m1m1c the1r teachers dear The next day IH class they d1d tremble w1th fear They danced and pranced to a l1vely tune I d1dn t hear but they say t was Z1p Coon And was enyoyed by all most wonderfully Then these happy Jumors started for home And th1s w1ll conclude my .lumor poem THE FRESHMEN SPREAD Dear rna 1 no 1 shud have r1ten to u before but the soshul funksuns demand so much of my t1me U no lt IS cusstamerry for us two glve a spred so we had lt the other n1te Feb 10 1n the h1 skule 31m Bemg as It was so near 2 st Val1ntyns day we had harts all around strunged on the seal1ng we had won b1g hart on the stage w1th l1tes rn the shap of a 26 reel aretrstrck we had harts cut IH 2 and then we had 2 hunt fur hour partneers but u no ma 1 n1ver was handee a round the gals so 1 was out o luk but 1 of my teachers asked me cud shee march Wld me den we grabed hour gals and marched a round the 31m an down the senter We danced qu1t a whrle but 1 dxdnt dance much cuz my shues was two t1te After a w1le they had a mock skule all the krds akted ruf and noysey but 1 gues they had a lot of fun we danced some mor and then som of us went up stares to eat We et sanwltches and 1se creem and cokles but gee ma they were almos as good as the ones u mak wen 1 com hom We had a dand1e tymme 1 guess every one d1d 1 had almos as good a tyme as 1 have at hour barn dance Well ma gues IVC wr1t r'o1.gn fo th1s yrrr Ill tel u mor bout 1t wen 1 com home Say helo to pa and SIS Your sunny 1 I P ., . 1 . I x . . .4 Y , . I . I , - l . , .QI . h . T. 'n ' x y v A ' . V . D . . . Y - . . 1 ' , s r ' - , , Y I ' 2 ' I ! tl ' 'll The lunch was served in the balcony. . . -- -. . .. g . 1 . Y - ' ' y nr ni ' ', I ' Y . . . a TT . . ,Y " r.'t'.e' ' Y ' B'll. Page One Hundred Ningtg Pag I If PHD l THE, JUNIOR PROM The Jun1or Prom the socral event of the year was successfully grven by the class of 24 on Aprrl 21 The decorat1ons as usual were formed mto '1 Japanese garden the helrotrope The walls mterwoyen ese basketry and upon th1s basket elaborate yet tasteful The gym was trans predommatlng colors bexngb purple vxolet and rn these three shades truly resembled Japan work w ere flowers of yellow p1nk and purple wxsterma The balcony too was a basket Wlth a generous amount of flowers and fohage Under the ba cony arches of bamboo were formed ID Japanese style from whrch were swrngmg lanterns The ce1l1ng carrxed out the same rdea wrth the same beautlful effect It con s1sted of a largbe lattlce hung wxth w1ster1a from whlch rays of the p edomlnatmg colors extended to the srdes of the room The lrghtmg f1xtures were two huge um brellas The staee was a Japanese temple and there Buddha rergned supreme The proerams were espec1ally clex er haxxng approprrate verses for each dance These too w ere rn a frttrng Japanese style Luncheon was serxed IU the school drnmg room by the Jumor mothers Thls room decorated l1ke the sum was eoually as beautlful and effectue The rand march was led by laura koucelka and Carl Dxorak Tlae Prom chaxrman was Burr Van Doren the assrstant cha1rman Donald Knott Patrons and pat onesses were M and Mrs Fhersen Mr and Mrs Waddell Mr ant, VI Ran Dorer' Mr and Mrs Ixrott Mr ane M Dxorale Vlr a e M c Arthur are M ant Mrs Wh1te THI- A LLLB AANQLET Tre A. Club met rn tl e sci ool ernrng room on Qaturdax Vlay N at su-A thzrty oclock A xerx elaborate four course banquet was serxee. bx the domestrc st enee department M1ss MC156lXKlIZ rn cl arffe The tables were decorated w1tr tl e scl ool colors ret and whmte Place caros o red A s were faxors for the members ard thelr llesls Abo rt tl 1rt couples were present Because of the a e num we ot rnembe rt was rmpossrole to znx 1te the alumnr as has bee me custom After tl e banquet a xerx delr ltful ard ertertamlng program was xx en NIATINEE DAN CHQ Matrnee Dances I-'ow we en ox them' We hae four tlus near Two were eu en bu the Graduate Staft one bx the Astonlsher and one bx the Athlet1c Asso cratxon Each o' these certarnlx was erwoxed bx crowes bre crowds too ard CTOXXOS that expressed trezr uesrre tor more dances ne lX' r Twcr' ' V- ' -A v - , . 5 , - -v . V 7 P - , . . - ' 1 . 1 1 . e t , . . ' , , - ' , v 1- - , . . y ,v , v , v ' ' l v v ' ' A 1 Y .. . . V 5 Q ,i Y . ,. v. . V . r . . , . 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X 'V X X fl. 1 f mv! 4 X Qu -L JA AN K u , ,jgvfi XX if ww I I ll PRD H libfil Nother U35 wasted Ruth says tts necessary to xxrxte to her bhlnmp btar at M U once IH a vth1le Rhmelander sald that they xx ould pulx er1zc our team But we show ed them' We vson 20 0 R1ce buds out uxth a new ha1rcut s1de burns and exerythlng Oh what a pace he sets for us young men Pep meetmg, Mr The1sen sa1d Prosh made most H0156 More pep meetmps Cheer leaders cnosen Unluckw day' School closed and lf ramed and ramed Game xx 1th WISCONSIN Rap1ds Antlgo 6 Wxsconsm Rap1ds 46 Phrl Re1f IS back on the Job ag,a1n Oh lowe s rurred eh' H3ff1CIp Qurzes start 51s Boom Ah' Crammxng' One way for some people to make a good 1mpress1on Congratulatrons are IH order B1ll IQ appoxnted new football captam Our team traxeled to Wausau accompamed by a number of rooters Cub xx as knocked out We lost 13 0 Fxrst rruxer Grad staff got proceeds of the dance Do we lxke em? U Betcha Athletrc ASSOCISIIOH off1cers elected Students made wonderous cholce Backward turn backward O t1me IH thy flrght And make me a agatn just for tomght New paxement and the energet1c are out vuth roller skates 7 7 Report cards for f1rst t1me Everyone sent passed 1nspect1on Extra' Word rece1ved th1s p rn Antlgo won game xx 1th Merr1ll 58 0 We re thmkm thats mak1n up for last year s score Hallovwe en' Nuff sed NOVEMBER 5 Lauren s bxrthday but we dont know how old he IS 8 9 Teachers gone to conventlon A vote J of thanks IS extended by all of us Two days f1lled w1th 50 days hap penmcs f Boys play at the Poxnt Lost 33 0 Junlor Semor Debate work IS ln full swmg, Junlors are more than eloquent over the prospect Frosh boast also of a clean sweep 17 Semors held last class spread Mr Thelsen acqu1red an overpowermg, ap pet1te for ICC cream all s well that ends well 5. ' ' V .. . , 1 - V " s til f V ' 1 " ' ' ' 1 ' " 9, ' .' A . ' -,C ,R k- Z . Y ' . ' . 11. ' f. . ' ' ' - ' 12. e' ". 1 ' . 13. 3 ' 1. f , ' ' ' . 14. V .... I .T v . . . I 16. ' ' ' ' ef ' . , V ' '. . ' . 18. ' . - . ' f. V 21. 1 'H . 24. - - -an H , l V - . V v- V Y , . , . .1 V? favs., -1.1 nv 2 , ' ' , if 'ff'Q""'K home with theirs, but we wonder how many V- lip? ,'54il,.. Q . QQ7? ' 28. . ' ' . . ' gy, 7 V. . - . , . . , , 31. ' ' . . ,-1 - 5 ' . rn W., Nut k l.,. ,V , 519' 1 A . - 1 . - Q 5 ,px ff? . Y 'IV' O r 21 - E X 1 p 11. f . . -. -- 1 ' A 14. ' " N ,M Y. Y- . I - , .Q . . T - P ge One Hundred Twenty-two Xlll PHD H ll 20. Harold Ryan won poster contest prize. The Messrs. Emiggh and Fehlandt, so T' Y- 3, we hear, led the deer a merry chase, 'QV ff. lp Jw Saturday. Hard day's work-and no f X' . deer. TQ it ffl' -f ., gf' , 21. "Shame upon thee," says Mr. Waddell. .- . 5 . , , CAN I PLL The lxbrarran seems to be pestered T' ' l with A. H. S. students. Debate decorations go up Crash, Bang, at 4'15 Seniors won again Green and VVh1te adorns the trophy another year Thanksgrvrng vacatlon starts Hu rah' DECFMBBR Thanksgavxng over' Drd you ever feel th1s vtay Eve yone nappy more happy most happy to be back More drscoverres every day' Dld you see the new sparklers worn by some of the Faculty? Only rrval of Chrcago Trrbune makes tts appearance under name of Antr gonxan Rah' Rah' Bank day today Senrors are ahead Bud glues us the dope on the party formed rn 1856 He says rt was a sur pr1se Extra' Mrss Schwerzer wms Rapld Calculat1on trophy by telhng Judge Thersen that 3 and 3 and 3 are 27 Matxnee hop Antrgonran Staff hosts of the party Fasketball season starts out wrth brg vrctory Antrgso 1:1 Wrttenberg 8 The materral for thrs year s team promtses to brrng banners home Bermce Sorenson grves the Woman s Club fxrst lesson rn Home Econornrcs teapot and water and tea Tlaree one act plays produced after Harrret s kettle scene eweryone seemed to contract the shoulder tmglxng malady Grad Staff had a meetrng Mlss Clark left them for a fev. moments and re turned to frnd they had evacuated Gee but the staff rs anxrous to work' State 1nspectors vtslt us today Get your books 'P Yes we love a wonderful school Ah gee' Here vue were all ruf fled up about rnspectors and we found they were rnspectlng the bulldmgs not us All he downstaxrs assemblres came up for sxngrng The Latrn students honored us wrth song Adeste Frdeles Maybe they X knew vshat they were srnprng, bu vue drdnt Chrtstrnas vacatxon begms We lv ST Q shall see you again on January gk S 1923 Santa be good to the Yfa Prosh ful v-1 PgO HledTen . y Y Y . , . . . 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' Q' Q . t Hee? xmas a'e nc untr w ty-th ee I If GRAD Fl ll I JANUARY 107.5 Oree more the eood old irlendshrp all back more eager than ey er fnotm We learn that the Atrxcan d1arnond f1elds haye been yyorkm,,, oyertvne Doubt usp Ask Mxss Morris Mxss btauffer leaves school today vtxth the ehmeken pox Ah Horrors the plague Mae spOYts hrs football A Laretul Mae tt mtgsht Catch eold Cards were passed to us thrs morntne to flnd out how mueh we study Some of u euys had a hard tune eettme mn all our hours The parte lelt for Wausau Best of luck fellows B15 game ot the season at Wausau They beat us but accrdents do happen mn the best of regulated famtlles Harold turned lalapgerette Just for today New London here No Belles One ask Johnny Kleter Game was a good one of course Anttbo won 77 4 Lxttle snow falls only about 6 ft Dltto SIQHS of Flu Assembly soun s lrke a T B sanxtarrum Rumors of a vaeatxon More sxqrs Rumor are sorretvnes true Our hopes me e reahzet They aye us three ay: l'r,bRUARY We al returned m ooo humor Mr lhetsen xntormed us that the three days freeoom ue haye rust emoyed have to be made up The humor changes Ton1g,ht the lumor party We se ulaere Mary Me and Donald Knott wlll be eatmg l1sk1mo Pxes for a month on the pfOfltS Prosh Spreac THE b1g., party E Cody famted tlws 1 m Drck btetfen appearel on the sfene as Hero Ll Rah' Rah' Ant1g,o lxyyo yzctomes out of three It never rams but rt pours and sometrrnes there are showers of blesslngs Antxeo 28 Wausau 15 Anttgo 2 Wausau l Antxgo l Wausau 2 Washmgtons brrthuay ts comme soon Mxss Verhulst becomes patrrottr as was manrfested oy the srngnng Once more me hear the oell rme, AHt1f.,O defeats Stevens Pomt 16 19 Y1 basketball Many srghs' Mr Thezsen rnfornas us we can NOT po to Rhmelander Game' Of course we won 21 14 It pays to advert1se so they say MARCH 2 Marlan under cover of deep thought put blueberry p1e m Dlek 5 s oesk a g c O n e u r fo ' 7 , .. . 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' I '41 If ,A . ff' ,ljfffv-',. 4' 'FP' F2 AZ I ff 'T .SILK st FRESH M 'mme Page O -. - 56 nc ll c VM Y'n'n 19 GFQHDURTE VV - 1, L..-QI" To ' Suoua qusn 1979 I I' .fivl V' 9 v ' WJ? 's ' ,TP A , fy 5 1 u 4 1 f Q as - ww .i.., .... ...-.-.....,5 -gui I ' - - ' ' 9 x 0 -3. flu .. K 'p. 18 FQHDURT ......l if JZ' rf Q0 1 'ar " . Sox . f 1 2 tf 'W wr E .E 2 6, , y' L b A 2 125 , ' 1 1 q f Y ":. A ' v V, , 5' ffm' .555 Y , Q' f ,hvf it 9 x n 1 -.J 1 1 .x ii A o YES? :naw mf ' -I ' t 'Y if DCT"-3 19 GPR I UHT 251 1-5-DQ FAN yi, Humor Fl A H Cx N XX X f :ki H C X XX :iiiQLQ ' fig. Jf Q S N ff . Q 492 V, xx f 5 5, f L ff , 3 , ' H f i - ,ff I 1 f N! A X xl '-I J . :sw i m GRADUATE 23 l Q BUG HOUbIL PABLI15 P .45 Val 7 Qt ff W 11 -95 H 3 3 up TWH NDN Hou NE es nr WIN T STU une HR rum JuMu5 Sens kg DME UN u urn:-Hs UIATMIE Ei k nfs ks H j,fv,zHf 53 Q I" V M W M77 fx E3 L " H Sh jeu M1 HQYLIS N5 Mr Thelsen A11 those who c my home tomght P g O He Hs ETS Nut gn +.Uil'1 M I A HThEV EM-H Home ame late today are mvlted to a banquet t D1 - l i, 4 'ITM YA? e f F3 .QW 2 V , E 45? fib . , ,Ax ,T - X N E 1 x ,,l!,, wwjf jf V!!! if , , ,,,V ,, f 7. 3 1 W X I- iff ifm Ef11e-jfi'fi hlff HPI 5 Z E r- L DU U u ix BEE E 'E I Ee +I- HBK . M L 1 Y A H: I T - Eg 'Ev-.' L I Tn Luke. ff: f F1 5' gov M17 I' X ' A' .. 'r q 'Q 2 P 1 :L Q' ' l fi "1 M , ff f X xg X e 1?- -1 5 .L f --f' " I Y'-:fl -A My - Z EER? DQ run.: KI L E an " I V u . I ,, . . a H a .1 'rn' y-f I If PHD R Z3 I TREILOLOGY Ihc Geometry lS a tree found 1n the reg1ons of the A H S ano the var1ous h1ch schools throughout the country of Amerrca Its branches are one as hard as the other There IS the Plane Geome try wh1ch IS the most common and the advanced Geometry wh1ch IS very rare The latter IS never found except by those who seek 1t whlch accounts for 1tS scarc1ty The most pronounced charac ter1st1c of the tree IS 1ts lack of any kmd of fru1t People who have seen the tree cla1m that It IS most wonderful to behold 1tS beauty 1ncreas1ng, w1th d1stance put between 1tself and the onlooker There IS st1ll another queer character1st1c of the tree Unl1ke most trees where the leaves are found on the tree the Geome try 15 1nvar1ably found on the leaves What a queer tree' Teacher Tell rne all you know about the Mongolran race 7 Student Sorry but I haven t read the sportlng page today M155 Ham1lton What do you th1nk of pOl1t1CZl part1e5? Bud Young Dont know I nev er attended any Ray Murphy There must b some m1stake 1n my mark I dont th1nk I deserve an absolute zero MISS Kaven Ne1ther do I that 1S the lowest I could gxve you HYPOCRITES Student who comes to school wlth a smxle on h1s face The teacher who says he 1S fa1l1ng you for your own good The dentrst who calls h1mself pam ess The flapper who adm1t5 her g1rl frxends are better lookmg than she 15 Say Dutch I have to take a hxs tory exam and I dont know a thmg What would you do lf you were in my shoes? Dutch Shme em' NOBODY HOME O Donnell B axter O ttman D askam Y oung H 1lton McCarthey E ckhart WISDOM Her brow was alabaster whxte Her cheeks as pmk as dawn Her l1ps were rosebuds madly sweet Her eyebrows almost gone He looked at her through boredom s eyes He dxd not smxle or sm1rk He knew Just how she got that way He was a drug store clerk CHEMISTRY SHARK A Jolly young chemlstry tough In makmg a m1xture of stuff Held a match to a v1al And after a wh1le They found h1s front tooth and a cuff If 1gnorance were bl1ss mne tenths of us would be so happy we d choke Pg OcHddTh f , l - . . . . , . '1 -1 ' ' - 7 1 - . x , . 1 1 - . . . Y . . . Y . . 1 . , - .. - H I 1 .1 1 . , - - H . . I ,, I . . . . ,, - , . g " ' , - OBr1en YY t ,, li-. . C . . , - H . . ,, . . . , . , . ' Yl I Y I Y . 1 u 0 0 a . . . . I . . ' 0 i . . . I . ' r . -i-. 1 H . . Y l U ' I , . . . . ,, . . . - . , I u ' y n i , . . A e n un re irty- E75-.f..'-ll 211 1 x 1 ,X ,fx xx ..- T., ..,.-.,...... N'. . 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A .x V fm U 'ff U I I1 GRAD H 21 I 20th CENTURY KNOWLEDGE To krll a butterfly you pmch rts borax The blood vessels are the velns ar terxes and artrllerxes The presrdent takes the yoke of of 1ce The organs of desperatlon are the lungs and the dragram A blrzzard rs the 1ns1de of a hen A cuckoo never lays xts own eggs T e constrtutxon of the Unlted States was establrshed to Insure do mestrc hostrlrty The cove has a pulse as well as any body else but you cannot feel xt at his wrrst Magna Carta sa1d that the kxng had no rrght to brlng soldrers xnto a lady s house and tell her to mrnd them The plural of spouse xs spxce Lours XVI vxas gelatrned durrng the French revolut1on Gender shows whether a man IS mascullne femmrne or neuter James I d1ed from argue Geometry teaches us how to brsex angels Horse power IS the drstance one horse can carry a pound of water rn an hour Gravrtatxon IS that whrch rf there were none we should all fly away A vacuum IS a large empty space where the Pope lxves The press today IS the mouth organ of the people Name s1x anxmals of the Arctrc zone? Three polar bears and three seals What IS the offrce of the gastrlc Jurce? The stomach LOST A lrttle dog by a Senror wxth a muzzle who answers to the name of Fld0 Freshxe What comes after B? Senxor All the rest of the alpha bet stuprd age One Hund xrty elght WOPSE AND WORSE by the shores of Cutlcura By the sparklmg Pluto Water Lrved the Prophylactlc Ch1clet Dandcrme fa1r Burcks daughter She was loved by Instant Postum Son of Sunkxst and V1ctrola Herr apparent to the Mazda Of the tr1be of Coco-Cola Through the Shredded Wheat they wandered Lovely llttle Wr1gleyCh1clet Were the faxry words of Postum No Pvrene can quench the frre Nor any Asprrrn stxll the heartache Of my Presto l1te deslre Let us marry l1ttle Dyer Krss Mlss Merselwxtz rn Domestlc Scr ence What change rs there chang1ng the water to 1ce7 Helen Lauby Change of prrce ma am SUCH IS LIFE Smg a song of Semors Hlghly c1v1l1zed Almost every Senlor Wholly hypnotrzed When the school was opened The Senxors began to srng And what a s1lly way To act for anythxng QTHIS IS WHY J The Junrors are 1n the background Issurng commands ltryrng tol The Sophs are m the parlors fxce creaml Per etrquette s demands The Seniors rn the countmg house Busy multxplymg four moneyl The poor Freshles at thexr work Are do1ng all the dymg Cover gebral Howard Jxrtle I was speakxng of the Vxrgmxa Colony as a whole James Murphy It rsnt a hole xt IS a colony , x . , V . . , . L v 7 7 ' 1 ' I 1 . . . . . . , 2 1 . , - - e. L , f . C 1 1 7 . . . . . . 1 Y h . . . ,, ' . . . ,, ' 1 . . , . . . . H . - , 1 v ' 1 . . Q . . . ,, . , . . . . . , . . . . . - y - ' " ' in . . . . ,, . V . . I U . - 1 ' 1 11 , , . . ' 1 1 o 1 ' 1 1 U . . . 1 11 u 11 . - 1 , ,, . . . 1 . . - - ' 11 11 11 . . ' ' , 1 1 . ' . 1' ' ' . u 11 - - ' n ' . u , u ' 1 4 ,I . ' . , ' 11 - 1 1: , . . red Th' - ' lK FND if K r ZZ-AZ 1' N TR ff! ,245 f 07 2 Ml LX 'IM zgffkfo l if 'XI E bl I 1 u f ZH' , fill FH E' cr in u o x S rf rl x v as w c ua-5 Mlhbw mu nuutur gn.: A wnnr A DE Bzmrw ux h k so dry when xt has a runnlng sprmg 1ns1d INQUIRY COLUMN e P Why does a watc eep Do you know why we call our language the mother tongue? CEd1tor s Note? Because father never gets a chance to use lt Do they get cold cream from Alaskan daxrxes? Would an anatomy lecture be called an organ recxtal? If MlSSlSSlppl wore her New Jersey what would Delaware? Do Home Econom1cs students put kerosene m the dough to make the bread lxght 7 Is Rockefeller s money tamted? Yes m two ways tam t yours and tam t mme How hrgh IS up? How far IS dlstance? How many IS many? Page One Hund c Thirty llllll I J Lf 'lux 1, A ff 1. 1 31 , 5, ' . ff fr in W 2, ,V , lf',d , if I s e L 'ff t e 'if Y-- A-VH ,V , of f puff 47' JN .eff fi. f' f f f f M444 f ' - 1, L X , ,f , 'y L xp if, X ' Q, " ag 5 Ly ' if """ .. V 2' ! 5 V' N .f X f ' . U A p l l I , 'fxf If X 'wg 1 -...--f-A 1 ll I gy!!! X A, X X ffl- ff t N X MQ ef -' .V , f f, H ,fl K Aww- - 4 ' ' rf V---"M f--- - Jn ,M ifwgr ny 2 f I M, Z . J ' ' fs if l Q", fl' aff' 'u Rrclum 0:5 JU'-ILL no e 2.1-ll--G DA " 'W' ' " 1 . ' 7 , - Asn Y 0 .BA 5 Lamp! 11153 UP qg on qoon S' In iff. .tv x 6 es F Av' sl - R!- 'fz.,'., V .- - 1 l l 4' V . A X X W i R ffl' l . f XU ffm X ' - T f --' .' 2. A 5 1, -1 wel, fl -. fl at ' nl w :iz I , 3' ' 1 7 A . I , H ,,. ' 2 '- " N . , f-7 l t r WH of .. 1, ' -3 - 4 c, I n V It . M fry, If Q l L M Hlfllfx. ,wg f , a e 4- T mfg, fl In ' ' , ii' lZ'- I V, f' r I!!! if ff 1 XZ. . "HM-Mve am M- -.A 1 rue no rm-fs ou ll' - ' 1 1-' I "Nl 'f' 'N' L a'o ASKf1,l -I - ,. Y H 'rif- . , Z r ' 1 r ' v ' . r d ' - ' I If GRADUATE Z3 I I FAMOUS SAYINGS OF FAMOUS RECENT PUBLICATIONS PEOPLE Adam It s a great lrfe rf you don t weaken Plutarch I am sorry that I have no more lzves to glV6 to my country Samson Im strong for you Krd Jonah You can t keep a good man down Cleopatra You re an easy Mark Anthony David The brgger they are the harder they fall Helen of Troy So thls 1S Par1s Columbus I dont know where I m gorng but Im on my way Methuselah The frrst 100 years are the hardest Solomon I love the lad1es Noah It floats Do you know Odrssa? Odrssa who? Odrssa l1ttle b1t Not on your Llfe Buoy You are the apple of my eye Be m1ne my love I do beseech' But now he passes wrth a s1gh She IS some other fellows peach Mrss Morrrs 1n Amerrcan H1story attempts to explarn Burmng rn Effr Well usually the people burn ed rn efflgy arent the most popular m town Story of a Bad Boy Bud Young She Stoops to Conquer Camxlla Fessenden Great Expectatrons Boob Hull The Jew of Malta Abe L1pman Travels Wlth a Donkey EfV1H Prosser Vanrty Fa1r Erleen Kelly Captaxns Courageous Joe Hoff man Herman Frredland Innocents Abroad Mar1on McIver Ma1n Street Hrgh School Boys Comedy of Errors Melvm Crow e The Cr1s1s By the Graduate Staff The Beloved Vagabond Ham Wrrght The Human Machme Jack Fuller Notes on Vlfglnla Raymond Gre1 srnger You Are the Hope of the World Dedrcated to Mable Carley by Neal Thayer The Great Impersonatron .lack W1th1n Prrson Walls All of us The Master of the Inn Edward Mart1ny Famous Leaders rn Industry Leo Dalton Dutch Republ1c Dutch Rerf Greta You have a hole 1n your sock Harold Oh I dont care When they get erghteen holes 1n them Ill use them for golf socks OUR MUSICAL COLLECTION Come All Ye Farthful Mr H H Thersen lannouncrng pep meetmgl Joe Is Here Basketball fans as team comes on floor Lovm Sam Shrek of Alabam Harry Hrlton He Loves It Carl Krelczewskr Come On Home Agnes Norem How Ya Gonna Keep Your Mrnd On Dancrng When You re Dancmg Wxth Some one You Love Charlotte McCarthy You Tell Her I Stutter .Iosephme Raskm Welcome Sweet Day of Rest Semors Pg 0eHddFo I ' ' I 1 1- 1 , ' I . - . 1 Y v ... , - , W D W . u I ! - l y. ' I n 0 1 ' T . u ' n . i If ' ,I ' fl 9 I ' I! "May I hold your Palm Olive P" Rasman- If ' fl 1 I . . 9 1 A - T 7 I ' ' 7 ...- . . . . . U ,, . I I ' ' cc ' ' ' u gy :M u , - Z u , J . . . , . . , 9 ' I, ll . , . . , 'W c . . , . . , W 1 n u n r e r t y I ll GRHDUH Z ll A FAMOUS LAST WORDS I wonder rf rt s loaded I ll look down the barrel and see It s no fun swrmmrng around here I m gorng out beyond the lrfe lrnes There s only one way to manage a mule Walk rrght up an back of hrrn and surprrse hlm That brg frrecracker must have gone off Ill lrght rt agarn What a funny norse that snake makes I thrnk Ill step on hrrn Oh lrsten' That s the tram whrstle Step on the accelerator and we w1ll try to get across before rt comes THE PORE FELLER I felt so sorry for hrm as he stood there surrounded by an unsympathetrc crowd an old shabby creature lookrng as rf he had been out of luck ever srnce he had been born There wasnt much harr left on hrs head and that lrttle brt was knotty and tangled Hrs knees were somewhat sprung and hrs legs bowed There was an unsrghtly hump on hrs back and hrs face wore a pleading dont krck me around anymore expressron Hrs eyes were large and soft lrke a camels Whrch rs as rt should have been perhaps Probably rt could not have been helped But anyway rt really drdnt matter because you see he was a camel' BY THEIR SAYINGS YE SHALL KNOW THEM Mrss Clark You people are Senrors you have to get through I m not gorng to put you through Mrss Hamrlton You people are rn here for real busrness and not for monkey busrness Mrss Thuss People thrs rs abornrnable I cannot tolerate rt Mrss Kaven Pon my soul I ve never seen such a class as thrs rn my lrfe Mrss Schwerzer Oh I d lrke to throw thrngs All of Us Why doesn t that bell rrngp Mrss Morrrs Hurry grrls trme for the bell Jack Rasman I drdn t hear the questron Catherrne Burns We had more darn fun Greta Wrllrams Oh krds he has the most wonderful eyes Ray Murphy No? Kendall Bassett Say I have a new scheme to make money for The Grad uate Coach Emrgh You fellows tackle around the neck too much You must have learned that durrng the summer Mrss Hamrlton Grve three ways rn whrch a state rarses money .lack Rasrnan By sellrng dog ta'-i water tax and carpet tacks Mrss Hrlts Cexplarnrng term Rollrng Stock H .Iust because a rarlway engrne rs on wheels rs no reason why rt should be consrdered rollrng stock Pge0 H dedF tyone ll ' ' 5 1 YI 41 J ' ' . I ' ' ' U , . ' ' n u ' ' , 1 ' f ' n , . gg ' ' I ' 77 ,, . , . . . a ' ' - ' .lf W I Y ' Y . - Q ' n H , . ,, . . . ' x . , . ' 1 ! ! ' 7 I I! ' I7 Miss Cass: "Such a simple little thing! You people ought to know that." . : ,, y . . 5 . .,, ' , ur r ' ' ' n ' ' l If I ' ' 75 , u r ' :I ' ' , as ' i ' xx , ss ' 1 ' an ' , u Jr - - , u - u . , , . I n H : xl , - ll ' I 1: ' 71 . . 0 ,, . . . . ,, . rc ' U . . , , . - - ' - u ' H . u ' v 3. fl C L1 I1 1' 0 l' - Pag ' ll RAD A l I I1R11bHMAN IHOL GHIY OIIXNATII O11 O1111111 T1me 1n 1111 1111511 M1ke the bell Ylll ae ore I ree1te A PRAYILR N011 I la1 me 1o11n to e5t Betore I t1ke tomorro11 5 te t It I 511ou1d d1e betore I make T ank Hea en 11e FO te5t take ALL JOIN IN IH11 CHORUS hen ,old kopeek5 ro11 on 5pag11et Il trees And the Int11ana dune5 a e mude11 When eat5 and eo 5 don the1r ea loshe5 That 5 the t1me I l1ke to 5tud1 He at Sen1or Spread Ou1te a dogg party 11hat? e Ill 5ay Nothme ut tea hounds and lap dogs Al11na Lauby There 11ere f1tt1 leadmg men 1n the colon1e5 at th1 t1me Who 11a5 tne 1ead1ra lad1 ? 'NIer1ou5 I4ro5h 11n EFg.fll5l" strokm 1115 ch1n1 I1115 15 the 1ore5t pr1me 13 What part ot the boe1 15 tne IT31 profe 5or ? Iaray? What are you talkmtg about? T 15 book Qa15 I1anr1oe 11a5 11ourded 1n the Ira1 Charles Flanagan 1a5 5eco'1d team came on flooru Ihere 5 Boob 11111 soon be our best man Norma Oh Charles' Th1s IS so sudden D Canf1eld Look at the football team pract1e1ng 1n the mud How w1ll they ever get clean? M Hay Oh that IS 11hat the scrub team IS for e On un y tw 114 I I 1+ 1LV11b M155 C155 To be ace115et1 oi et 1111 p1opl1 5 mark5 IUlXLll 11111 t1111r 1111 111 1A51t Dute1 1 1 5 le1n1ro To a1eto S1019 e111 lf 5 1115ke .51me 1o1 5o 1 e tO 5 fl 1 e 11 po111 er puff llLl5l,I1 1a1e ta 1 1nk re 111 111115 Clock 11 a5 51011 'VI155 MOTFIS To get on 1 qum p1 111 r The X1 ar of 1812 11a5 1n W btuffent Body a1e t o 1 S1 1ool 51+ ABON 5 5 IYLILS bmall ehanee 1n the poeket5 of tl e H1 Il behool boys' 1ne 111e1yn Oh I WHS 1u5t ta k1n to my5e1f M155 Ka1en e h5 lb place to do that Ray Murphy No E1elyr1 the1 1111e 1 11ome tor such people 11arold Kmg after bemg deteated 1n 11151011 5pe1ldo11n Well any 11,11 I 1a1e one que5t1on t11e1 cant an511er Oppo51ne Member W11t 15 1t? Harolc Ixng What 11a5 Km George 5 14011 5core 1n 1114? Im not S1lC1ClTljj to fact5 5a1d the 5ta'np on the letter the student 11a5 X1 1t1nt, to 1118 dad Jack Ra5man 111 Amerrcan H15 tory NI155 MOYYIS 11here d1d the 11o5ton M1551cre take place? Mr The15en H011 lb It you are 1at1 aeam? Student Well the s1de11alks are So 1Cy that every t1me I took a step forward I 511d back two Mr The1se'1 Then how d1d you get here? Student I started for home A. ' . . , ,, , , 5 , , . , . . - '-- - .1 . " 1 ' 1 ' ' 11 ' tf : ' p "1 2' 1-5 ,5 1 145. 11. Pug 1 5, N115 1-'Q 1: " 11.'1 3 1 Ti ing L1 lf' t:'1111al1ff1 ' ' ' 5 m -- ' . on- g111j11:t a 11a1rp1 or Vl'1,l a 1, . -, , X , . I . 5' 1 if, ,Q Mr. 1 : To 1 '- Ll tr11' ' - ', ' 5 H N 1111 -Q ' '- ' 'f ' J '. , 1 " ' 1 ' f- h ' 3 Ill 111 'f . 1' to 1 ' " f 1 , , . - 1 1 31 1 ' ' ' 181.. Q 1' ': To h '- o g tt W 5 1, V N . - ,, "1- - r- 1 - - 1 1 5 V . . I - Q 1 I 1- V 1 3. Y 1 . Y. M M ' 1 1 V' 15 b - I n v w . . , Q.. A A , , - L . . A, T...- ' ' ' W '-- f V . 1 1 5 . '- - - - 3 111155 Ka1en. 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GUR FIRST AIM: g Of Our Customers 0 1gl1..Q.a1..-.s B d I I I ' u I I 4 I I I I I I I I I I A 1 ' s - - I I I I I I I "The ank of Strength an Characte . I I I I I I p . . I The Safety and Satisfaction : I I I ll GRHDUR !M4TmT1i1T1niiiiifn lllmll I 'Hnfu The New Edison CONSOLE- CHIPPENDALE. To music lovers, the su- perior Re-creating quali- ties of the beautiful New Edison Console will ap- peal strongly. Mr. Edison's 53,000,000 re- search has developed a phonograph, the only one, that dares the test of di- 5295 00 rect comparison with l1v ing artists Come in and talk it over LENDVED SCHULTZ HDW CO HARTFORD S BOOK STORE STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES SOUVENIRS TOYS AND BRICABRAC ANTIGO CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT one No 295 Anti o Wistonsin I 0 ii 1 ii- yf ' . . - S L . . . 5 ! ' o o ! p ! ! ! 2 ! ! ! ! ' ! ! ! s v ' ' ' ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! - Q ! . . . ! Ph . . g , ' . ! ! ' ' - iv 'o I 19 RAD I .4 .1 1 1 51 13 ..L'.'II. E .J M A if? f ,-.. Jah lller A I I xXx Rl K. 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X T N 'kyxi-wx iq xN fl VL" "'vs.x':Ka,x f 'lqqix ,gl-'I' f Af HlEVlEWM"3' The goal ofesery amhmous man and Erm ls ty xfued m the ra ld growth of :he jabn U O 'rn En nm pany the unxversal esteem rn w :ch t elr an and plates are held by the large natxonal advernsers and the envuble reputauon for prompt delnvenes uhnch they enjoy The mlsslon of all advertlsmg nllustranons ls to ure sale: and the growth of thu Erm has been measured by the success ts customers have had m ol:-tatmn new bus: ness thru usnng 1650 picture sa esmen Thxrty thousand square feet of floor space 14 floors, and over two hundred and fu sltnlled em loyec: are unred to meet the constant emand for ELO commernal photographs art, color process lates and photo engravmg fone complete oor u de voted to color process workj lntelll ent supervlsxon of all wotlt by many slullft. ofhce servxce men ellmlnatu your trouble Sales servzce mm sent rvnywbrre. .IUCN and Ou IER FNGRKVING C0 552 'Ylfrvlt lrlmnr Tlrrel f Ulf X1 Y 'U-'lixai 'K 1731 L-'Q 'Er' r L"'f.B-1 'Sv QV +1-a,!'i1j:qr,.,,, :Frame Q, , ze .1 Am 3 :oo 1 ,eff V4 ' 4 ,,-4 L- XyX!: JZ ,ffx +1 I rv v-,'rI' " f 10:4 fait vi-1 1:4 rioiomoioioi-o14ni1r1o11vi4vi1v14ri1 Page One Hundred Forty sxx r- .--.Y-.W-1 - ,- .-. -.v 11- 11-'zu .vi-fini.: rznz. 1 .1 1 .. 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Phone No 117 807 Flfth Avenue Gauthler s Drug Store YOU FIND IT HERE Many people mn thls town and V1 gyms c1n1ty have dlscovered that they OUR AIM SERVE YOU BETTER can get the best groceues at our store the kmd that please the taste and su1t the1r pocket books Call or Telephone Palmer s Grocery Phone 226 500 Superlor St PgOHddFy F F ! ' . . . . ! l l l l l 2 . , Q . . .- 5 ! .. . l Q . ! Q I ! . . : TO ' Q ! . 3 R 9 . . Q . Q . . I 2.--.-:-.-:.:.:2,222.2:-:.-.::.-Zz....:.:.:,:r..:.:.:.,:.- 'S D cgt-::J l9 CRFIDUI-ITE Z3 I P-'TD' DR G E MOORE PHXbICIAN AND :LRGEOIN Y RAE LABORATORH r t INR IRI 'illkx Bumhm Antl O W sCJnSm DR M A FLATLEY EX E EAR NODE AND THROAT bPECIALIbT Drs E .I and M J Donohue ,:.-.111-911114:11-'11-.14.1..-91-1-Q1-.4-1:1nn. I I ' I I I I ' 'N N Y Y I Y , i . - . : Fi s '.tio1.. Bn " Ii, , f .' , I I l fwfr.K,21f:i ff' "N'Yfi,ati:1.iu5.rj'if 'ff' Qt-ai ':j.' 7.u.afT.:s: .5 '.'.'f.-: gj':'..':7?" I 1-.a'?iii Giifrgrg. "FisF.1:jf' I I I I n l I l I . I A I L, - , - .. n I I I i ki s:rT.s 17.32 '..':T.: -.w71T.f:.s 31 tif fziefs. sig :ze SrIIT.f',i.'-.lffiiil ' ,..-.. -4--.,.2.. I ?.2T.1if1 .EfIiSSfTIiS. 2:2755 gfslfs t: :if TIQRTR gT.f'.1.i7fj the Ei-'fT'.?3.ff.i'fIf jerk: I sgif stfft:g'.:,: 2157 Q-: .2 ' -' QL:-'Q : "' " "'-Q Q "ga -- -Q-:I-'zj' 2 a':"',: f--':.f'--.p-- I . .. A. .... ,-...- ., .... . ...I ,... , UM-.. I I I I I I I 1 O 0 I 0 Q I I I I M1751 N.at1:t:.2Q Batik Epzliprig I I I -. . . . riiftif TN: 39. .-'Xtiizgq V.'1s::T'.j:fi I I I +I : : : : : : : : :ez : :L-Q.: :Q-: Q-Q-Q-,Q-1,1-1:91- ll GRADUATE llfilffil Q ,.,p11qn1:va-:imap-nqnqpa-p11 A pleasure to your lfricufls that will l'e as fresh aucl welcome the lwalmv air of summer. X OLR PHOTOGRAPH BAUTER Photographer IN HOLR TOXVN Karl Boerner PPACTICAL I' PPI? P Hlgh Class Furs lfutcrtzaiu Your lfriz-ufl' VJITII I1 Theatre Party Palace Theatre VU ll QIAD lOflr Antlgo Hardware QJII ILJI I I I f ' e I I I :n'l1e I ' , I I N C I I bv v Y -A . 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GREETINGS A J KINGSBURY MISS Stauffer How do you spell mucxlagep FTIIZ W1ll1amS Oh LIVC me glue xt S much eas1er JDS DUCHAC 8: SONS C O A L Off1ce H111 Bu11d1ng Phone No 106 Ralph Mlller I cant get the hang, of thls dance somehow I always seem to end on the wrong foot Grace Leslxe Yes on mme ANTIGO S LEADING BARBER SHOP SCHOENFELDT S Clermont Street Antlgo WISCONSIN I , ' S re ell me X 5 ont am .ilwcb ot I I I I I I I I . . I I I I I I I I I I . . . . ! , . . . I I I ' - I . 'Z " , ' ." I I I . H . I , I I I ,.,,-..-,,:..:.,-.....,.:.,-,.-.,: ,-,:,,:,,: ,:,,-4,:,,:.,,,1,,,, ,:,,:,,:W,:,,,4,: ,:4,, ,,,,:,,:,,,. Page 0 H d Q1 F'fty ...- -,---,..1--,...--.g l1 5GRF1DPUATE23 I JOS. DUQUETTE Fancy and Staple GROCICRIES. DRUG STORE Punts and Produee Phone 299 100 SLIIJEIAIOI' St JOHN MLCARTHY Prop OLR IDILA O1' GOOD ADVPRLISHNG Ford owner x1o kan, lobt 1115 ear 1"1SLT1L11 t1e folloxxlngn h11L31JL111 come home 111 1S iorgnxer' BILLIARD PARLORS CIGARS and CANDY For Real SCYVICC See TOM METAXAS Prop a Is your berg, a sporty town? Mmller Sure IS Why when the wmd wh1st1es xt vuhlstles Jazz A RESCH GROCERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES J J LEMPEREUR The Store of Quahty Merchan dlse for Men and Younff Men HIRSH WICKWIRE CLOTHES Nuff Sald Fleld St Antlbo Wls Phone No 384 Pgonddpfy 1 of , Q . ' , - . L . v ' - , 1 . , . A . 1 . . 3 x- 1 ' Y' V ' 5 , 4 . .. ' - n 1 - N 1 F r- " f " ' . . . , , . g ' u 0 0 ! i b ' Q 2 351 O ' . . , . I a .gn-4.-. .-. :. -..,....,.-.,..,,:..:.,-,:n-U.: 4.. :....4.-.,-'.' ' -one P II RFID A ' LIGHT and POWER ANTIGO ELECTRIC COMPA Y ANTIGO WIS MISS Werbel fommx where IS the Dead Sea? Tom nx Mt Dont know MISS Werbel VVhat xou oont krow wl ere the Deana Sea 157 Tommy No I d1dnt ex en know anx ol them were s1ck THE ECONOMY SHOE STORE The Greatest Poss1ble Shoe Value for the Least Poss1bIe Pr1ce ANTIGO WIS IRONWOOD MICH Student I was just thmkmg Prof That 5 somethmg new When do the leaves begm to turn? The mght before a QUIZ FIELD S IDI PXRINII NI SIORI 0 SUMMER TIME APPAREL Qu1etIy but d1scern1ble the Store IS changlng from 1ts Sprmg t1me appearance to that of Summer L1ke the Sprmg showers that brmg Summer flowers Sprmg Merchandlse has gwen way to I1ght Summer Apparel Every Department IS respondent w1th styles WhlCh show the favored features of Summer Fashxons and such vanety and good taste IS shown that the se1ect1on of mode appropnate to the OCCBSIOH IS a sxmple matter WHERE BETTER THINGS COST LESS nge O Hu rt' . - . 3,2-11-11-1111-1 1-qp1:1 1.1. -5.-1 1 -p-1:1111 :Q 2211- -11-In-3' . n . . , . u , . . i .. - H Y , . . , . ' , , U 1 .1 . . 1 I . , 3 . H . u I . . . . U I .. . - . ,, U . , . 1. y N - H : Q 4. 5 ,, T T . i , 1 . ,. . L . C . II 2 ' II Q , , . . Q g ' Q gn1oio1o2oi1vioioiuiw14vq11r:oi1rzo1+v11ri1ui1p14n31ri1r1oifbi1r14x14r14v14r31v1o14 2 . ne ndred Fifty-two Er e:-3 19 GRHDUR Z ll ! The Flrst Hundred How many t1mcs h we you started a Savm s Amount only to fmd when lt reaehed S4000 or S50 00 that you wwnted somethm tostm just that amount? So out came the money and you eonvmted yourself that you never Lould save If youll only st1tk to your purpose unt1l youve saved the flrst hundred youll want to keep on savm Youll want to see your ac count row and to wateh the mterest mount Come ln today and talk lt over Deposmt re ularly and youll soon pass the hundred mark LANGLADE NATIONAL BANK O P Walch Pres john Olk V1ce Pres F G Wanek Cashxer Where the Ch1mes Are Plg O H d d F fty h Q.- - -. -. - ...- - .- Q Q -Q - - qt-.Q --.qt-. - -. -. l l . g . Q ' ' . a 5 ' gi M N N v . . N . g . C 5 ' g ' . ' g 1 , . Q . Q . . . i ' ' 1 . , ' U - . ts' i or X ' i b ' Q up. ll l : A ' U U U U U . i . . , s . , ' . i . . , . ! ' as ' U i eOM4PQ1ll4Dlbl1bl4Dl4hl4Vl4YIPl'bl0i0l014Dl47i0l4Pl4hl0l4bl4bl4Pl0l1Dl0l4bl0l1Vl4Pl0Z5 e n e u n r e i - t r e If GRAD A Z3 llgl Pag MANUAL TRAINING The Manual Tra1n1ng Department of the Antigo High School IS one of the best equipped in the state Last year a sheet metal shop was added This contams gas furnaces rollers and other equipment for working with sheet metal The mechanical drawing department IS equipped w1th oak drawrng tables whlch were made by the students a year ago cedar chests desks lamps pedestals and bureaus Durlng the last year many pieces of fiber fumrture have been made Much credit for the advancement of this department of the High School cur riculum IS due to Mr O J Dorr who has made the work very valuable and at the same time very interesting e One Hundrc y four Many excellent pieces of furniture are made by the students, among which are d Fin - rav i:-3 19 GRAD UATE 23 I..'iD Q FRISCH BROS GREEN HOUSE I:,veryth1n 1n The I+1or1st L1ne Phone No 716 106 Seventh Avenue C,11tm1 L1 11 too II11 11 e oo1 LI L xxrnnr th x are o EVERYTHING IN INSURANCE BROWN INSURANCE AGENCY Adehne Brown Bassett Propr1etor and Mana er Fxrst Nat1ona1 Bank BL1l1d1H Phone No 61 MISS Kaven Let me hate your atter1t1on Ben I cant somebody else has lt ANTIGO MANUFACTURING CO Maple Slab Wood and Chunk Wood for Sale Phone No 24 Antlgo WISCONSIN OTHERSALL 8: SORENSON Dodge Motor Cars Battery Service Phone No 528 510 Super1or Street Pgonddrfyf :,- 1 1 1 -p 1-1 1 -p--p-up 1 un 1 1 -p-1 1 up 1 1 -up qv 1 1-1 qu-.Io g I g I I - ' ' - . Q . , .K . . ' . g . . . I I l . g I . . . . I I : M135 I ' '11: "The 12I'1,'1 sh 1:1 1 Q11 513 '11 1 ' H6111 1111hj,': I-N0 'I at up I stiff." I , I g I g I I ' 9 i I l . 1 . U h 1 ' 5 ' I I I I I ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I 5 I 1 ' K 2 I 2 . . . i ' . - n - Z i ! i I 5 I S to I I I I oo I I i I 1 I g I 1 I i I i I . . I 5 I : Q ' g I , O 5 ! i . . - , ! 5 ! 5 I A - 'v C lD 19 GRFID UFITE Z3 Q DON T WALK TALK' QQ n ANTIGO TELEPHONE CORPORATION Boob How do you know ? Ted From the s1ze of h1s dmner order you can tell he has been on a hunger str1ke Mlss Clark What IS a puppet show? Ed Othrow Is rt a dog show? Everythmg New m Footwear Smart Shapes m Wl'11tes and New Leathers Afford Your Commg Here for Footwear NOLTE S SHOE STORE QUALITY SHOES Di - if 9, ,, ,,,, -, -, -. -.-, .,. -. - ..-.r- -, - -. -. -,,-.g. ' 5 I 9 ' ---- ' I I I ' I I 'P I I .' ' I I I 4 . W I A . I -1 4, ,f,f. :Dmfr ' I X ' -' I ' I I I I I I I I E I Ted: "LH bet that fellows name is McSwir1ey. : " '. 3 1, . . . v , l - I I . Z ,, . I . -- - I I L L L I I so I 'I . . I ' I I . I I 9 I I I ' 1 fovxoxozozoz11010101-::wuz'-:-:zfvz-I:-.I0:04:01-v:1v1oxv1010101odr04Do1014f1vc'g Pag O H d a F'fry-sax II GRADUAT Z3 I ' o ,',Qf 1---1-1-...-1 1--'11 zo:-Ariff:U:--1-.2114fxff:1r1ir1-1':.-'g-fzozvpfrzwzwifrz-11:1-1-I:-I.:11: i RASKlN'S I NEW and SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BARGAIN STORE. g Goods Bought and Exchanged. i Phone No. 91. 613 Fifth Avenue. ! g Stranger: "Where have I seen your face before?" Ray Murphy: I dont know' I always carried it in the same place. ANTIGO SHEET METAL WORKS JOHN KOUDELKA Mgr Phone No 525 116 Fifth Avenue I wonder why Jim said the color of my cheeks remind him of strawberries Probably because they both come in boxes RYDER AND RYNDERS MEAT MARKET Superior Street Antigo Wisconsin Senior Oh' Ive got such an ear ache Idrosh Where? When good old Mother Nature created the beauty spot which we call lovely lots left Buy one before it is too late MORSE 8x TRADEWELL CO Statistics show that women use more povu der in peace than men do in war P510 Hddl-'fy ' ., , V , I ! ! ! U , . ! ! Q W, ! ! ! Q . U . . . . A . , . ! Q ' I '. ! ! g "Whispering Pines," she moulded a gem. We have a few of these Q . . ! Q . Q ! :,,:. .,. .,. :..:. .,. :.,-.:..:,.-..:.,:..:i.:.,:.:..:.,:..:..:.,:.,:.:: .:. :..:.,:i.: a e ne ' ' II GRAD RTE 23 l o onwini.-iognir1--:oz1':-1134g1-1U1n1r-1- 31goings-11-we11-vioxniwioir-1-'cu an GROCERIES I Sold Goods to Your Great Grandfather. and SCHOOL SUPPLIES A. L. Buerger s Grocery Hardware 1025 E1 hth Ave Phone No 275 Phone N0 306 Ann 0 W15 The ANTIGO S NEWEST AND FINEST DRUG STORE If you wxsh to get Exclusmve Lad1es Ready to Wear you must comm ffzfffuafaafz ANTIGO VVISCONSIN The Phone No 312 Next to The F1rst Natlonal Bank P 0.0 Q H O l 5 . 0 I m j - UQ' 5 ' n 3 Q A , Q- .3 . Q V f' "- I wo Q Q - ... .H I ' -1 l Z .4 I ' ,, , - T I 11' . .4 Q f D' D ' 1 I - U II Il . . II U . n . . , Q UQ ii ' . . , .-.::....,-.,:.,-.,-.,:....-..:.::.,:..:..:.., U:..-..-..-,-,.....-..-..-.r-.-,--,---r-.-- I I I P NIS li PRD R SEZ Say Bill-You look like a million- llow come? I'm wearing a new BAURE5 TAIL- OREIJ SUIT. Out Suits impress the eye without depressing the pocketbook. S2500 and up BAURES TOGGERY Antlgo Filling Statlon Corner Superior Street and Seventh Ave Ready for Service OILS GREASE. and GASOLINE Free Drain Pit You can enjoy your favorite music whenever you wish with a Victrola in your home E57 McCanclless 8: Zobel ,joi- Phone No. 533. 'iff Sltup 4 I 819 Fifth Axe Antigo Wis THE FARMER BOY Seal of Minnesota Flour Groceries and Fruits HOME OF FERNDALE BRAND Superior Street Antigo Wis Interior Finish Windows Doors Cupboards Stalrs Porch Tr1m Screens etc and all kinds of special woodwork to order If you need anything in that line call on us Wolf Millwork Co Slxth Ave Antlgo Wis Page One un rc ni . ' . -lla 11 -5. iinrliler, privy. O O O O Co. . t . - 9 Y Y U 1 1 1 'v X jMiswxsTIRSwn41f, f lf! .nc J suv orr ., Q H q-1V ,df o O ' . , . vi-111-1010:,101-vqvivxwi211114111-,141-.:4::4::-11'::.'it zuzcl-1-14:1 H ti d F i f 1 y . If GRHDUA E 231 ' .nt-:uit-it1-11411-14,1411--1-txt :Uzulu:-11-'111:fri-11-linux--1--:trit-10:--2tl V11 L. J. KOLES CANDY COMPANY WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERS. Antigo, Wis. Ross Cannon: "Gee! Miss Brennan doesn't know much about Latin." Bill Tradewell: How do you make that out?" Ross: "She asks too many questions." Mr. Theisen: "In what course do you expect to graduate P" Ham W In the course of tlme What does the expedlency of a measure mean? John Rasman Speed of the measure THE DENTIST AND THE PUBLIC ANTIGO DENTAL SOCIETY The day IS not far drstant when the Amerlcan people 1n general w111 fully recogmze and appreclate the SCFVICCS of the dentlst as a guardxan of pubhc health Cav1t1es detected when decay has just begun are easlly and palnlessly fllled When decay has progressed to the pomt whlch mvolves a nerve not only the cond1t1on but treatment and repa1rs are pamful GOOD TEETH GOOD HEALTH Thls page IS wr1tten m an educat1onal sense We are str1v1ng to bet ter cond1t1ons to estabhsh a Dental CllI'l1C to help the needy Glve your support to a movement that promotes good health . lr - rr ll ' ll , tl H o ' 9 v . . vqnq.-ze:-1:..:U:-,:.,:.,:..- :. :4 :l::1:-.:4,:f :. :. :ez : : ::- :. 1-::. :- Q 1.01 Page One Hundred Sixty II CRFIDUF-ITE Il DAKIN 81 STRONG CO Building Materials and Coal N 9 17005 .WIP HATS SUITS FURNISHINGS STORES SHEBOYGAN WAUSAU ANTIGO 709 Ffh A THE ANTIGO BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY Sollclts Your Patronage Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed OIIRI I 5 -4 4 I I I - I 5 I 5 I . C I 5 I O I " I 5 I I P11011 . 2 . Amigo. Wisconsin. I I 5 I I I I I I . I I , , ' I I ' - I 5 I I I I I g 0 0 g I I I 1 . . . 5 g i t . Amigo, Wisconsin. I I I i 5 I I I 5 I 5 I 5 I 5 I 5 I 5 I 5 I I I ' C C 5- I ' I 5 I 5 I i 0 c 0 2 . I I I 2 i i "The Q eiable Lumber Yard." 5 I 5 I 5 I 2.,-i,.., -..-..... -..-..-.,...,-,...-....i.-,-I,..i,-i- -. -.-I -I -.,-. ... -. -. - -..-. -.,-,.-.f 1 I y - o n lf GRADUATE Z3 I 5 INTER STATE o1L COMPANY Hlgh Grade Gasolme, Olls and Greases L E, FARNHAM M r MALCNEY S GROCERY Home of Batavla Phone No 617 F1eld Street M15 Schumaker Dxd you ex er sec a crooked c1rc1e7 Grace Leshe Yes a sevung c1rc1e Young Lady to Professor How long, can a person hve xuthout a bramp Professor Hum' How old are you? HOWE CREAMERY CO Clover Leaf Brand Dalry Products Phone No 179 Antlgo Wlsconsm Hlghest Quallty Harr Goods Face and Scalp Treatment MISS ELIZABETH MIES Phone 538 I i - I I . . . I l I ' 0' i . . , b . i i I i 1 9 I i I Q . Q . I g . F . . I ! I . i ' S 1" ' , I - ss , . " 5 . -A, v. . ,, i ' ' i -T. , , - . . ,- ' T , . i -T, ,, i i I I . ! g . I I . . . ' . . i i i . . . i ' ' ! I i i . i :ming 1 hz- :M if 10: fini: :if :nlmio:-vi'-zo.:-v.i-T1-vi -1 nz- 2 Izumi: 1111-ai: 1:1 P g O H d fi S' y- 11-7 11 19 GRAD UATE 23 l :-ff: PRINCESS PARLOR Home Made Candles and Ice Cream oUR AIM TO PLEASE Phone No 491 Sarrrs Bros Pro 'Nlorrw x L Jr r L or Carle em o rrterr ANTIGO BUICK CO DlSff1bUtOfb of BUICK AUTOMOBILES GOODYEAR TIRES MOBILE OILS M Drum What genjnr 1 fr Iso Brr al eyem or xx o 1 E WIGDERSON S DRY GOODS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS ni Sr-IO S Our Merchandrse Makes Good Or We W1Il P oaidsyh .0 3 '.0 ' I g 1 g 3 g I g l 3 I 1 Q f ' - . ' 1 G i ! u . 9 Q . 3 g l g ! I 1 l .. ,. V 1 A ' - ! j I i I F I 9 D ! ! F I i Y O'rIx"t'xL",1'r11'Imb-1 A A I .1 . I., ID.. I. I I4 A. . .I -A C LA I. ..- ' Oh' ls: i'r,i,z-1111 I' . he Bari." I i 5 5 g . , . , . U a ! ' ' I . 5 F i ! - - 5 ' 2 E 1 9 a : iss A ' "2 " I ' ' 's Iyer?" i ' " ' 'ggsz "It 'I C F is . ir ie finger 't ' 5 i . , 9 i I ' i I Y 1- T i , , 2 C E . 1 ' ' I I ' I 5..-.,-. -,.-.- .-..-..-......-,-,..I,-,- ,- .- ,- ,-,.. -I.-....,-.... .-.-I,- ,-.,-,-r.-,-.-f A - e 19TG l Da"f A I 11111:-ixixxizizizzzaqnn111111111 Lwes of football men remmd WL can xxr1tL our 'l3fIll.S ll ln oo1 Rod oepartmga leave bemno Half OJI' fiom 11 fhc m111l e Iron Kettle Harr1et Hammond 17 Anne Burnet 16 ' ' J 1 ' us ' ' ' ' ' 1 I 'X . l Q, A A v 1 ' 1 ,' 1 , ' ' ' US, 1 . 1 . . 4- Q ' w 1 5 ' 1 ' 11--1111111111-11 11111,1.1111111 1 11 -1 111 up gc One H11nrlrcdS1xty-fo11r If GRADUATE Z3 l ,Q 1 up 1 1 14 az' xl il 1 :I :I 1 gl-if 3- 11 1 1 CHAS. WI FISH LUIVIBER CQMPANY lVl anufaeturers and Wholesalers HARDWOGD HEMLOCK AND PINE IUMBVR LATH SHINGLES and TAN BARK Nlam Offlce, Elcho, Wls Modern Band M1115 at A1111 o B1rr1amwood Elcho and Hlles Wm Cut over and Farm Lands For Sale x mx age 1 my Iortu We er mmd poverty ls no crxme E G HUTCHINS Drop Head Cabmets and the Latest m Eleetrle Machmes Full Lme on EXhlb1t1OH 632 Flfth Avenue Anu o WISLOUSIH one na X y 5 a WE WRITE Flre Tornado LIVC Stock Automob1le L1ab1l1ty Aeudent and I 1fe Insuranee Sell Real Estate Antl o Wm Loan Money MOS? A JANSEN AGENCY I I I I K . 5. 5. .- ' . I I 9 I . ' .h.4 a ' 1 I v - I ' U I O ' A 0 I I g - . I I : She: 'lliey 5:1-' 1' 1' " Is ' A ne." Q He: We ' '- ' I I I ! U . I . ' .OK . i . ! . .O . . I I I Shiek: "Please ciorft bother to see me to the door." : " -l 1 "Wh-', reall . it" .1 ple sure." I I H 1 . , I I 1 I- A ' - I ' 1 Io ' g 3.5 e Q 2.,...,- .- ,- ,- .- I- ,.., ,.. .- I-.. ,.., ... I- ..., I.. ,.. I.. .- I- I- A- .-,..,,-.,- ... .- I- - .- P g 0 H 1 ll S ry-f Q I If CHFIUUA 2 I I WAUSAU BUSINESS INSTITUTE The Sehool That s D1fferent BOOKKEEPING BANKING STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING COMBINED COURSE Write E D WIDMER Presldent Wausau WISCONSIN ANTIGO DAIRY COMPANY PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM Phone NO Y144 Anngo Wxsconsm HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WISCONSW OF TODAY WILL BE THE HOME BUILDERS OF C014 TOMORROW THE TIMBERED ACRES OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY IN WISCONSINS LAND O LAKES WILL BE THE FUTURE HOME OF MANY A GRADUATE You Graduates have been brought up and educated here and no matter what callmg you may chose It behooves you to make every effort to further develop your old home communlty and assxst In mak Ing It more productlve more attractIve and more pleasant to 1Ive LANGLADE LUMBER COMPANY Owners of 48000 acres of Langlade County Logged over Lands Awaltlflg Settlement and Development ANTIGO WISCONSIN Pgonddsty l11l if i i' ?'?"i"?"i"i'1"i' i"i4'i"i'fl"i"14 i' il'ifliilIii''11fi1Ii4f1lIl4'iUi1ri4Oi I I I .. N y - .H I I I I I . . g a - I I Q I I I I l - I I I I T I ,L I T' A MESSAGE I ' 714 0 Q , 5 X f ANTJGO ! xxx J' ' ! 4 3 , N ' ! 'O 9 5 y l ' X.,L.,.L Q' I I I s I ' 4 I I . , . Q . , . . - Q . . . ' . , . Q in. I I I ' . . ' I ' Q e.:u:o-vf'10D"G"C"4"'1'wD0Cv --'Dv-N Q- QGGQ 'I-'GHC' "D"-"'1"C"f-D-P1001 rlri -dv e n e u n r e I x - lD l9 GRAD URTE 23 I I DR J P GILLIS PHYbICIAN AND SURGI ON Fldelny Bink Blllldlll Ann 0 WISLOIISIII Lour rrx I L E H PALMER INSURANCL AND IOANS Phone No 16 835 Fxfth Ax enue HENRY HAY IRVIN WHITT HAY 8: WHITE ATTORNEYS AT LAW tre Ort 0 th rauuat Sun GEORGE W SCHMITZ LIFE AND CASUALITY INSURANCE Phone No 400 Offlge 1n Lan lade Nat1onal Bank Bld m n Break then wrist t YYIIPL, 0 r 2 1 vi .- ------- ----------- - - -- ---------- I . . . I I A' 'I . I I I I I D 1 ji "Jus think 01 OL: 10.11 ..c.'L.' I City: "Hon-.'Q1Ewo1ro11:' 4117 '41..1f" I I I I . . I I , l n ' u - 7 I . . . ' I I Mr. Vizuimicll, excited: "They workcvi from sun up to sit clown 4sun iownn, I I - I ' I I I I - - U I I Lat-:s p 5 f lv G ' c ff'-4'A1l in." I I I I I ' u I ' 1 . . " I g ' ' gy. I I I I Few Q . ' 5 u 'T' We , ricwltaf. I ! 0-1-'11-1 11:1 4: fax: 1: 1-:fx-:fx Y: ,,.,,,,,.,., , .,'.' P g 0 H f d ri S yA gh 5-1-511:91 . II GRADUATE Z JI v Compliments of HIRT BROS MILLINC COMPANY CALL AT MCGEES BARBER SHOP FOR SERVICE LIPMANS FRUIT STORE WI-IOI ILSAI I 1 RFTAII I+RUI'I'b CIGARS TOBACCO ' , 3 I u 1 I ' I , I , I g I , I ' E n - A 3 I g I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I u ' g I I 5 . I ' 2 g , A I : H23 1 --D ' fp g 11. tharnapkin. I H24 I h hw mf 1C I wg --why?" i : -'231'-Y 11"'I1"t' I g I I 2 I , g g I U I I , ' J C ann , , ' - 5 4 I u , . I g I 1 , , ,.... ,.!. f y-nxnc -331-nz11-514111111131119111111103 2011114114141 viuzozwqrznz vzritvglvzqlxirriz 3010301 10101 rxoioioif 7 I - HEALYS FOR SERVICE Phone No 576 , 625 SLIIJCYIOI' Street She Isnt lt rather hard to eat soup througl a mustache? H Well It s qu1te a stram Honest Merehand1s1ng Correet Representatxon MRS A R WINTERS Quahty Our Motto Phone No 327 Courteous Attent1on Mord Was she shy when you asked her age? Reggxe Yes I lmagme about ten years N J GREISCH TEA FOFFEE SPICES Mr Hartford Thls book wxll do half your work for you and do It well Ben M G1mme two qutck ALBERS DRUG STORE Headquarters for Fxne Statxonery, Fountatn Pens and all kmds of School Supphes Mlss Bloss "What are you gomg through those war records for 7" Frosh "I'm trymg to fmd who General Delxvery was 7" Page One Hundred Seventy 'gut-iog-'init-:Q if-znzninz--:nzl-1--11,1-txt-1. ztliozuitp- in:mini-,ini-1101-li . ' Q ' ' ' f- - - . N ff l -'1 f ' 5+ X.. ...,.,..1 if 1 .. f - H . . , , . , 1 I S . . 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