Appleton High School - Clarion Yearbook (Appleton, WI)
- Class of 1922
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To you MISS Guxles
We cledmcate tlus our Clanon Annual
KFNNETH Bm ITRIL lx
On February 22 1920 Kenneth Breltrlck one of the most
promlsmg members of the class of Z2 dned leaung nn the heart
of exeryone a word which has newer been filled
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The death of VlfglHla Pratt, on Vlay I 1922 brought a
real gnef to Appleton Hlgh School Her YlV3Clty and sunny
dlsposltlon had won her many frlends
VIRGINIA CONSTANCE PRATT
Miss CARRIE E. MORGAN
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PRINCIPAL LEE C. Rfxsm
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Come when the rams
Haxe glazed the snow and clothed the trees wlth :ce
Whlle the slant sun of February pours
Into the bowers a Hood of lrght Approach'
The mcrusted surface shall upbear thy teps
And the broad arching portals of the grove
Welcome thy entermg Look' the massy trunks
Are cased ln the pure crystal each llglnt spray
Noddlng and twlnkllng m the breath of heaven
ls studded with lts trembling water drops
That gllmmer wlth an amethystme lrght
But round the parent stem the long low boughs
Bend ln a glxttermg ring and arbors hide
The glassy floor
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A dal n mhlch promises 1 future bright
X arxed but falr the pathxvns we ire taking
Ton ard noble heights thelr XNll'ldlI12 ts Us mute
Here were ue fitted for the trlxls of l e
And as our days and llst of deeds ire lengthened
Thr lI'all'l1DU xslll be helpful ln the strlfe
Carrymg xslth u memory md token
Of friendships Cheri hed deep Hllllltl the hent
Thoughts of ldeil x hleh Vou lm ne mxcle md hroken
Come to be hngered oser ns we pwrt
Lenmg behind ue hope too wt our gomg
Some deeds of whlch the school m xy proudly tell
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HF SPIRIT OF TOLTH IS ONE OF THI
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joHN ROACH JOHN ZUSSMAN ROSETTA SEGAL
I reszdenl Vxce Presxdenl Secretary
Senlor Class Hlsto
The class was exceptionally large and ofcourse just as green as all freshman that enter
Appleton Hugh The class electron resulted nn the followmg choice for officers Rrchard
Nelson presldent Vlctor Hagen vrce presrdent and Frank ones secretary Gilbert
Stevens later succeeded Victor Hagen who had resigned As IS usually the outcome of the
class basketball tournament the freshmen took last place but three of the team were
placed on the second all tournament team Several freshmen were subs on the school foot
ball team In track the class made a poor showmg and we won but a few pomts m the
meet The class gathered as much knowledge as IS posslble m the hrst year and resolved to
do somethmg notrceable nn the remammg three
In the sophomore electron ohn Roach was chosen presndent ohn O Leary vlce pres:
dent and Rosetta Segal secretary The fellows gave l922 a good representation on the
football team contrlbutlng Roach Havens Tappert and Brnese This year we fared
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better in the basketball tournament securing second place No one of the class was a reg
ular member of the school team but wart a year or two' The sophomores w ith the aid
of Fleetfoot Purves Roach and Stevens w on the interclass track meet by a wide margin
The class was beginning to show that it was a real one and thus two years of our history
closes ln these two years under the guidance of the watchful teachers we managed to gain
a few more helpful things to assist us in our next year s battle
Th third year of the struggle was led by these class officers ohn Roach president
Claire Ryan vice president and Alice Diderrich secretary Rosetta Segal was later
elected as secretary because Alice left school on account of illness This year the class won
second place in the basketball tournament losing the final game by one point On the foot
ball squad Roach Havens Zussman Tappert Berro and Purves helped to win games
for A H S ln the girl s basketball tournament the Juniors won first The state champion
basketball team included several of our classmates Roach Laughlin and Brlese being on
the squad ln track work we again cinched the school championship and Purves was one
of the consistent point winners on the school track team The first umor Senior Banquet
and the first umor Class play were sponsored by l922 and both events added to our
laurels The umor Prom which had been discontinued for a number of years was re
Mildred Butler ohn O Leary and Otis Welnkauf were on the staff The result of all
these activities and good work was that the class succeeded in winning the school spirit cup
which was heartily welcomed by all of us Three fourths of our high school life have now
passed and the last year will increase our glory we hope
Again ohn Roach is named president ohn Zussman elected vice president and faith
ful Rosetta Segal given the job of secretary On the football field most of the men were
semors with Purves Havens Kanouse Berro Roach and Zussman on the regular line up
The basketball Jinx was still with us and we were not able to get first place but we tied
for second place The girls again won first place in basketball The Auction was a huge
success and a large sum was realized from it We had a good school basketball team
which was almost all seniors Roach Laughlin Zussman Havens Kanouse and Gillespie
were on the team The debate team had joe Hemzkill Rosetta Segal Mildred Butler
with Ruth Hartsworm as alternate The banquet held in March was a fine way of hav
mg the class show its pep Of course in these four years we were not angels and Mr Wells
had to glare in classes occasionally but we also had many brilliant and well behaved
scholars The Clarion staff included several seniors and many other school activities were
directed by members of this class So when we leave this school about a hundred and
twenty strong we can consider ourselves not only the largest but one of the best both in
scholarship and school spirit
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LA VAHN MAESCH
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Typewrxtlng award 3, Gold Nledal 4
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Class Basketball 4 Ts pow rltlng award 4
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Baseball 3 Honor Roll Graduatmg rn 314
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Class Baseball 2 3 Extempore context 0
Clanon 3 4 Press Club 3
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MERRIL SCHEIL ROYAL LA Ross WILMA C THIFDE
Preszdcnl Vzce Prcszdcnl Secretary
The Juniors played a brg part rn all the school actrvxtres this year On the football
held we were represented by Brrese Tappert Bonlnl Stark unge Verstegen Ashman
and Moms thus contrlbutmg greatly to the success of the team In basketball we won hr t
and M lls upheld the honor of the class In the grrl s basketaball tournament we won sec
ond place berng defeated by the Senrors after a hard game
The annual unror Class play was one of the finest class plays ever produced rn A H
S and was a huge success financrally and otherwise The unror Prom was exceptionally
hne and we hope the junior Senror banquet will turn out as well
Wrth the splendrd sprrrt our class has shown this year we hope for strll greater achreve
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THE CLARION ANNUAL
RICHARD NELLER MARIE VOECKS MARY THOM
Presrdenl Vrce Preszdenl Secretary
Sop omore Class
The closmg of thrs semester has marked the end of a very successful year for the class
of l924 We have been one of the leaders rn all school actlvltles and our class has been
a credrt to the school
The football team was well supported by the Sophs Though Gerou was the only
member of the regular eleven many of the class came out and helped to make the team the
success that rt was
We were hed for second place nn the lnterclass Basketball Tournament havrng won
from the frosh and lost to the Juniors and semors The gurls team fared better They lost
to the semors rn an overtrme game We contrxbuted Hornbeck to the regular school team
whale several others came out to practice
Our track prospects are brrght for we have lots of good maternal
Our class has been hugh rn scholarship and we have been well represented on the honor
roll We have made a good try for the school spmt cup but want trl we are Juniors
Though we have just fmlshecl a very successful year we expect to have a far better
one next year
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EVELYN LONG GLADYS RABEHL RICHARD TUTTRUP
Pre :dent Vrce President Secretary
Our class of 25 with an enrollment of 329 rs the largest that has ever entered the
Not much can be expected of the Freshman Class but we have done a few thmgs of
whrch we may be proud
We had our party early ln the school year and we belxeve everyone that was there wrll
agree that our celebratron of Hallowe n was a great success
Several members of the class of 25 trred athletrcs and Vlctor Kamps made the foot
ball team and won an A We had good luck ln basketball and beat the Seniors
Irene Kotz and Ethel Radtke two freshman carrred off the prizes offered by the semor
class for the best posters advertrsmg the Semor Auctron
There ns always a large attendance at the class meetlngs and though we didn t sell as
many d hate tickets as the other classes, we made qurte a showmg at the debates
The freshmen kept up thelr bank pledges better than any other class
We have shown the school that we can cheer m the assembly and what can be done by
the Freshman Class We anxiously await next year when we hope to show the A H S
that we have become acquamted and are ready to do great thmgs
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Grand entry of the mne hundred
Student Counctl electron
Wausau defeated 21 7
Clarlon stunt for subscrtpttons
A uctory over lVlenommee' I4 0
Flrst tssue of the Clarron
Antlgo gtves us a setback I9 0
Lau rence Lrghtwelghts defeated 3 0
No school Teachers Comentxon
Vlfest Green Bay beaten 23 0
Hlgh School orchestra s hrst appearance
Appleton mms from Vlfaupun DD 7
Kaukauna game and football banquet
Oshkosh game a txe
Rewenge on East Green Bay I6 6
Beatrxce 'Nebraska game
I Thelr Tomorrow s the Bow Scout beneht play grxen bs Rotrry Club
I 3 C11 s basketball tournament starts
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Calendar for Aprl
Saturday Aprl IJ Frnal debate between Brrllron Rryer Falls and A H S Vve o
econd place rn the tate clrampron hrp
Nlonday Aprrl I I Frr t announcement of Prom 'Vluch haste rn securrng dates Of
course Lors and Bob drdn t lr rye to worry about that
T ue day Aprrl I8 lin t tryouts for Class Play Mrcc and Men Prelrmrnary ex
Vlfednesday X1 rl I9 If thrs sprrng weather contrnues Ill just naturally pass
Thursday Aprrl 70 I xtempore bpeakrng contest prelrmrnarres held agarn Can you
see Puryes upholdrng and defendrng ya113
l rrday Aprrl 7l Xlr R asey presents seyeral of hrs readrngs It certarnly was an en
royable a sernbly perrod
Saturday Aprrl Z7 The brg exent of the year the unror Prom Those present rn
unrson Some sw ell party
Monday Aprrl 73 Xlake your plans now for what studres you are gorng to take or
take oyer next year
Tuesday Aprrl 7-I Nlr Helble s musrcrans grye the school another concert
Wednesday Aprrl 73 Nlrss Chambers from the Conservatory reads several selectrons
Thursday Aprrl 26 I rograrn for commemmoratron of Grant s brrthday Last ap
pearance ofthe orchestra for thrs year
Frrday Aprrl 71 lqrnal extempore contest won by oseph Hernzlcrll
Saturday Atprrl 78 Senrors defeat unror baseball team Zl to 6 That sort of eyens
up matters somewhat
Vlonday Nlay I No we dont know how many 'Way baskets were sent Debate
awards gryen by Xlr Helble The report cards for thrrd quarter rssued
Tuesday Nlay 7 Clarron Annual stunt Best rn vears
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The cla s produced an average honor roll thls year It consists of the ten who rank
highest ln scholarshlp the hrst four being vallcllctory salutatory alternate valldlctory and
alternate salutatory respectively Other years the office has been crntlclzecl for neglecting
to lnclude rn this llst those ms ho entered from other schools and completed a good cholastlc
record here Reallzmg the Justice of tlns crltlclsm they have made a separate lust this tnme
m which the four years average and the previous average of students worthy of mentlon are
Allce Dlderrlch 94 29 Valedlctorlan
Lucille Klmko 93 25 Salutatorlan
Here Four years
92 62 Alternate Valedlctorlan
92 56 Alternate Salutatorlan
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Each year 1n Appleton Hlgh School there IS made an an ard to the student as ho has
been partlcularly successful rn hr year s work Thrs IS a bronze and silver shield xxhlch
becomes the permanent property of the ulnner The decrslon IS based upon the oprnlons of
thelr attltude toward seruce to the school and thelr partlexpatxon rn extra curriculum actm
Those who are ranked eeond thud and fourth xre gwen lrterary A s Tlns year on
account of a tle As were ns xrded to Cul Fngler 24 Reed Haxens Z7 Alden
Behnke 73 and lone Krerss 74 For hrs remarkable standings rn all hrs studles the
hne splrrt mamfested throughout the year and has excellent work for the hank the Crafts
manshlp Shield has been gn en to Frank Hoppe 74
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fl-he Ornstem Thlede Contest
During the Furs! three quarters of the second semester prrzes for the purpose of pro
motlng scholarship ln school were offered by Mr Ornstein and Mr Thlede A prlze of
thlrty dollars value for the grrl making the best record ln scholarship was given by Mr
Ornstein and a Slmllaf prlze for the boy malung the best record ln scholarship was glven
by Mr Thlede
The only marks whxch counted were those made during the first three quarters of the
emester The contest was very close because there were many with remarkably hugh
standings This fact made close figuring necessary
Durmg the fourth quarter the results of the contest were announced before the assembly
and the Ornsteln gift w as grven to Evelyn Palmer a member of the freshman class who
won wlth a tralght average of nlnety flve m five subjects
The Threde glft was given to Alden Behnlce a member of the junior class who won
wlth an average of nmety four and nlnety four one hundredths
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The Flag Ratsers
a student The Flag Raisers are elected by the senior class from their number To them
is entrusted the care of the flag and its raising and lowering in the morning and evening
To this office this year Claire Ryan and Reed Havens ss ere elected as regular Flag Raisers
with Luclle Kllnlto and Percy Engler as alternates
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The office of Flag Raisers is considered the highest honor which can be bestowed upon
HIPPLZ TOA HIGH SCHOOI
T e School Spmt Cup Contest
The Conte t was started 1n 1913 to Stlllltll xte Interest ln Chool work md OUlS1dC 21CtlNl
t1cs Fach year w 1th the CXCCDIIOH of 1919 the cup a hand ome s1lver one has been
awarded to that class x ho 1n the estlmatnon of the faculty how ed the best sp1r1t ln attltude
outsxde actlw 1t1es grades and promptness and the meetmg of obllgatlons Each teacher
hands 1n a llst of the people who deserxe merlts and demerlts but outslde of this the gradlng
IS entlrely based on stat1st1cs l-he clxsses are rwnlced ind the polnts added up and the
one w 1th the low est total wlns -l he cl xss of 72 his now won the cup for the second suc
cessne yelr thls t11ne haung 1 total of twelve polnts where the lowest posslble number
would have been mne We are pr1nt1ng the txble of percentage below to show ynst how
close to wmmng the other classes mme
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State Declamatory Contest
Frrday May 5 the League oratorlcal and declamatory contest whrch Included East
Green Bay Kaukauna Menasha and Appleton hrgh schools was held rn the hrgh school
The hrst place was won by the Kaulcauna representative who gave Toussamt L Over
ture The Prophet s Tragedy given by Richard Nelson won second In the de
clamatory contest Rosetta Segal who gave Ashes of Roses won first place and the
Green Bay representatlve who gave Bully Brad and the Blg Lie won second
These four partlcxpated rn the sub chstrlct contest XNlllCll was held here on 'Vlay I2
Rlchard Nelson failed to place rn the oratorrcal contest but Rosetta Segal agaln won flrst
The wmners of fnrst and second place went to the dlstrlct contest held at Oshkosh Nor
mal School May I8 where Grmdmg Seed Corn and Ashes of Roses again mon flrst
May I9 Rosetta went to the state contest ss hrch xx as held at the Umversxty Here she
was almost unanlmously glven hrst place l'CCClNlIlg four flrsts and one second 'Vluch of
the credit for Rosetta s success IS due to Miss lVlcKennan who gaxe up a great deal of her
time to coach her Much praise should be gnen to Rosetta for brmgmg to Appleton Hugh
School its one state championship ID l922
Edna Ferber of the class of 1903 won this same contest for Appleton Hrgh School
wlth the squz orange story from Patsy lt rs Interesting that Rosetta should hase mon
her success wrth a selection from one of 'Nllss Ferber s books
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rfhe Clarlon Staff
Edrlor FRANK joNEs
Busmess Manager ROYAL LA ROSE
Assistant Busmess Manager RICHARD NELLER
Harold Bachmann Mildred Butler Annette Colvin Ramona Gehln
Harlan Hackbert Mary Kanouse Stew art M1115 Beverly Murphy
Almere Nehls Marjorle Neller ohn O Leary Otis Welnkauf
Faculty Adviser Hester Harper
Along wlth all the other actlvltles the Clarlon thls year was much more successful than
It has been ln the past and we hope that lt will be even better next year Aside from
all that we put out sux Issues of thlrty slx pages each and an annual which IS thls Among
other little lnnovatlons we changed the cover design every month We dldn t care how
much time and money were spent just so the students were pleased Some of them were
but they all klckecl anyhow Some of the staff didn t do much work but they were all out
to have thelr pictures taken
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5-lblwe Student Councnl
The Student Council this year has been a very successful one The number of mem
bers has been decreased from slxteen members to ten The senlors are represented by four
students Reed Havens Clalre Ryan Arnold Purves and john O Leary the jumors by
Dorothy Murphy John Voxgt and Stewart lVl1lls the sophomores by lVlell Buxton and
Beverly Murphy and the freshmen by Mmam Peabody The officers are Reed Havens
presrdent and Clarre Ryan secretary and treasurer
The Student Council has put across two very successful dances and the Football Ban
quet Besides grvmg these events they have taken over the work of arrangmg assembly
programs Several speakers have been brought to the school Mass meetings and specral
programs have been prepared by them also Some of their attentxon has been devoted to
the care of the lawn
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Durmg last summer arrangements were made for a new system of accountmg xery Slml
lar to that used In the blg banks When school Opened letters were sent out to the parents
of the students askIng them to co operate ID our effort to encourage savmg Soon after lt
was necessary to have banklng hours at noon every day Instead of three tlmes a week Now
at the close of one of the most successful years In the hlstory Of the bank there IS a large
surplus to be Invested In Government bonds The changes made at the beglnnmg of the
year along wlth the untlrmg efforts of lVlIss Webster as faculty advIser have been most
fundamental perhaps In thIs year s success
Another thlng that IS noteworthy IS the work of a commIttee of bank dIrectors Wlth
Rlchard Nelson as chalrman Throughout the year they have sponsored a serles of talks
ASSISIGHI Book eeper
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GEORGE KETTEN HO FEN
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The Appleton Hugh School Orchestra was orgamzed on September 25th l92l
Begmmng with a membershxp of elght lt now totals fourteen players representmg seven
It began with two rehearsals a week later thus was changed to one rehearsal Monday
The membership at present mcludes the following Ralph Hoh plano Burton Manser
Wallace Marshall Oscar Hoh and ohn Schlebler first vlolm Oscar Dorn and Call
Engler second vlolln LaVahn Maesch clarmet Percy Engler cornet Clmton Grant
Leslie Crlesser and Walter Peterman saxophone Merrill Schell trombone and Lester
Curnee tympanl lVlr H H Helble dxrector
The orchestra has been called upon for various lclnds of services durlng the year and
lncludlng programs during the general assembly period at the annual Father and Son ban
quet at the Congregational Church Class Plays community slngmg contests and dances
Thus marks merely the begmnmg of this new actnvlty ln our hugh school We are malc
mg greater plans for the coming year Perhaps this will be the nucleus of a school band
What the orchestra especially needs rs hrst players of cello flute and clarinet second
a full trme muslcal mstructor thlrd adequate equipment mcludmg a less consplcuous room
for rehearsals and lastly some lcmd of ofhclal recognition on the part of school authOrltlCS
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has answered each call generously. It totalled approximately twenty public performances,
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Cl-he Racho Club
The Appleton Hrgh School Raclro Club has completed nts hrst year very successfully
Wtth many of the Y lVl C A Radio Club as charter members the new organlzatnon was
recogmzed and glven hnanclal support by the school board
The club has been dlVldCd lnto a begmnmg and an advanced class The latter com
posed of those who had belonged to other clubs or owned radlo sets studled theory under
Mr Elnar Erickson The begmners class was mstructed by Mlss Turner rn the code and
fundamentals of wxreless telegraphy and telephony The equipment of the club was Install
ed entrrely by the members
The begmners class conducted a code contest ln which Carl Thompson won first place
Talks on dlfferent phases of radlo sclence have been given throughout the year Robert
Thompson won hrst place ln these Each wlnner recelved a piece of radio apparatus
The officers of the club have been
Creneva Bluemrchen Edmund Dohr
Howard Eberhardt Walter Clrlffln
Dallas ansen Henry ohnston HarryB Leith
Anton Rank Harvey Schroeder
Albert Tlmme Carl Thompson
Edward Van Ryzrn Ben Wadswvorth
Henry Wood Earl Wooden Harold Zue
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H1 Y Club
Th Appleton Hr Y Club was organlzed a few years ago wxth the arm of furthermg a
frlendlrer sprrlt among hlgh school students It has grown untrl rt IS one of the largest and
fnnest H1 Y clubs rn the state
Much of the credlt for the success of the club this year IS clue to lVlr Denmson and lVlr
Cross who led the club Among other tlungs the club drstrrbuted a H1 N handbook among
the boys of the hugh school gave a receptron for the faculty at the beglnnmg of the school
year and helped ln orgamzmg clubs among younger boys
dent Carl Engler secretary and Harry Lerth treasurer Last year s officers ws ere Albert
Tlmme president Arnold Purves vlcepresrdent Harlan Hackbert secretary and La
Vahn lVlaesch treasurer
The membership of the club IS as follows
H xrlan Hackbert
La Vahn Nlaesclm
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In the fall of l92I a girls Athletrc Assoclatron was organized for the purpose of
malntammg a hlgher standard of health among the gurls and also for encouraging good
sportsmanshrp and partrclpatron rn athletics
Charter members were chosen from those grrls who had seemed most mterested ln ath
letlcs These gurls elected the following ofhcers for the year
Presrdent Clarre Ryan
Vice President Geneva Bluemlchen
Secretary Mary Reeve
Treasurer Dorothy E. Peterson
About erghty gurls were hnally elected members of the assoclatron
The hrst thlng of Importance vshrch they accomplished was to glve blankets to the mem
bers of the football team The money for these was ralsed by soclal hours given every
Wednesday afternoon after school up to Chrlstmas vacatxon
They have not done a great deal socially a hike a party and a slelghrlde being
The second semester membership was open to all girls wlllmg to lrve up to the rules
A new feature was added to Increase Interest nn outdoor actlvltles This was a system of
pomt making ln which pomts are given for all partlclpatlon ln both outdoor and Indoor
athletics It was decrcled to choose sponsers for the assoclatlon from the faculty and Miss
Vestal Miss Spence Vllss Austln and lVllss Nlueller were elected
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ALDEN BEHNKE RosET'rA S1-:GAL HARRY HOEFFEL
RAY FINK 'VIILDRED BLTLI-:R JOSEPH HEINZKILL
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The debate sea on thrs vear xx as one of the mo t successful the school has had rn manv
year For the Frrst trme rn the hrstory of the school debate xxas able to pay for rtself
Thrs xx as possrble because of the large attendance of students and toxxnspeople As to the
results obtarned xxe xx on second place rn the Laxx rence lnterscholastrc Debate Le gue
ust before Chrrstmas xacatron tryouts xx ere held and erght students srx regulars and
txxo alternates xx ere elected The teams prcked xxere Alden Behnke Rosetta Segal Har
rv Hoeffel afhrmatrxe Ray Frnlrc Nlrldred Butler oseph Hernzkrll neg rtrxe ohn
Harrrman Ruth Hartsxxorm alternxtes Nlr Helble x ho xx as r member and coach of
the Belort College debate team last year coached the team rnd to hrm much of the credrt
tor success rs due
The Laxx renee Coxernrng Board under xx hose ausprces the debrres xxere held placed
us rn the hrs! triangle xx 1th Txxo Rrwers and Vlanrtoxxoc We xxon from the Vlanrtowoc
negatrxe and lost to the Two Rrxers affrrmatrxe but won the trr rngle on pornts Agarn rn
the second trrangle xxe xxon on pornts defeatrng the Waupaca afhrmatrve and losrng to the
Vlanawa negatrxe ln the semr hnals xxe xxon from both Fort Atlcrnson and West Bend
negatrxe lost to Rrxer Falls xx ho xx on the state champronshrp Tlrrs g rxe us second place
of erghty one hrgh schools rn the state
W rth three members of the regular term md one alternrte brclx next xerr and xxrth
the rnterest rn debrte xx hrch has been aroused rn the student body we hope for as success
ful and rf possrble a more successful season next year
Instead of grxrng felt A s thrs year Vlr Helble suggested rnd carrred out the rdea of
axxardrng srlxer and gold prns to all members or substrtutes on a debate team The prns
whrch are grven to frrst year members are dramond shaped wrth a rough hnrsh background
on xxhrch a block A rs rarsed These prns are plarn gold but an arrangement has been
made xx hereby a ruby and a dramond may be rncrusted on the pm of each one xx ho shall
haxe xxorked on the team for hrs second and thrrd year respectrxely A srlx er prn srmrlar to
the honor A axxarded to regular debaters rs grx en to substrtutes rn debate
Thrs year Nlr Helble gaxe prns to Vlrldred Butler oseph Hernikrll Rosetta Segal
Ray Frnk Alden Behnke Harry Hoeffel md ohn Harrrman
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Every year Mr Frank Hyde of the F C Hyde Company gnes a gold medal to the
wmner of a cleclamatlon contest Ralph Mullenlx and ohn Woehler were the wlnners ln
the past two years The contestants were selected after a series of tryouts from a group
The final contest was held December I6 The contestants and their readings are as
Richard Nelson Ben Hur
Rosetta Segal Ashes of Rose
Dorothy A Peterson A Man ln the Shadow
Claire Ryan The Llttlest Rebel
First place was unammously awarded to Rosetta Segal Claire Ryan and Richard
Nelson txed for second place
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EXTEMPORE SPEAKING CONTEST
On Aprll I I the hrst prellmmary extempore spealung contest was held Claire Ryan
Gertrude Stler Mildred Butler oseph Hemzklll ohn Harriman Alden Behnke RlCh
ard Nelson Leon Palmer Rosetta Segal ohn Ryan and Harlan Haclcbert took part
Of these oseph Helnzklll Rosetta Segal Richard Nelson Gertrude Stler and Leon Pal
mer won places The second prellmmary contest was held Aprll I3 Those who partrcl
pated were Harold Zuehlke Reed Havens Arnold Purves Harold Finger Mary Ka
nouse Daud Bender ohn O Leary Katherrne Pratt and Ray Funk Ray Funk Davld
Bender Harold Zuehllce Arnold Purves and Reed Havens were the wlnners The Final
contest w as held on Aprrl Z8 ln the assembly before the whole student body The winners
of the hrst four places rn the prellmlnary contests were the speakers oseph Hemalull won
hrst place Ray Fmk second Gertrude Stter thrrd Wlss NlcKennan Vlr Hugh and
'Vlr Wells were the Judges rn the three conte ts
Joseph Hemzklll w 111 represent Appleton ln the Lawrence Extempore Contest w hlch rs
to be held Vlay 23 The wmner of this gets a two year scholarship at Lawrence
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The umor Class Play
The class of 23 presented the second annual umor Class play What Happened to
ones by George H Broadhurst The play was well attended and so was a success fi
Bob Bonlnl as the carefree travelmg salesman ones who travels for a hymn bool:
house and sells playmg cards as a sldelme attends an illegal prlze fight which IS raided
He escapes followed by a pollceman to the house of Professor Ebenezer Goodly who had
also been at the hght with Rlchard Heatherly who IS engaged to Goodly s daughter Mar
Jorle Attemptmg to hide their escapade they dlsgulse ones ln the clothes which the
Blshop of Ballarat Goodlys brother who IS expected hourly has ordered sent to the
Goodly home Much laughter was caused by the mlxup which follows the arrrval of the
real bishop and the escape of a lunatlc disguised as an lndlan from the asylum next door
The splnster Alvlna who IS ln love wlth the real bishop although she has not seen htm
for years much disturbs ones who IS fallmg m love with CISSY Goodly s ward Marjorie
and Rlchard quarrel over the ldentlty of ones but all turns out right ln the end and the
mlxups are finally cleared
CAST OF CHARACTER
Who Travels for a Hymn Book House
A Professor of Anatomy
Antony Goodly D D
Bxshop of Ballarat
Engaged to Marjorie
An lnmate of a Sanltorlum
Superintendent of a Santtorlum
Ebenezer s Wife
Ebenezer s Ward
Ebenezer s Daughter
Mrs Goodly s Sister
Swedlsh Servant Ctrl
I aye Surry .snr
Besste M unger
I Annette Brrgham
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Mice and Men Senior Class Pla
The play whrch took place at Appleton Theatre on une l was a comedy rn four
acts wrrtten by Madelrne Lucette Ryley The settrng was rn England about I 785 Mark
Embury a phrlosopher and scholar belrevrng that women are rn general feeble rn body and
mrncl decrdes that he wrll take a grrl from the foundlrng hosprtal to trarn and educate rn
tendrng afterwards to marry her and so have an rdeal wrfe The matron and Beadle who are
rn charge of the hosprtal brrng ten lrttle orphans to Mark Embury s home from whom he rs
to choose hrs ward He decrdes on Lrttle Brrtarn adopts her grves her the name of Peg
gy and proceeds wrth hrs plans Hrs best frrend and nerghbor Roger Goodlake laughs at
the possrbrlrty of the ultrmate success of Embury s scheme but enters rnto rt for pure en
Joyment Although Embury rs very fond of Roger he does not approve of hrs charmrng
wrfe oanne Goodlake because he rs aware that she rs carryrng on a flrrtatron wrth hrs
own nephew Captarn George Lovell ln order to save Roger s feelrngs and to keep the
affarr from progressrng Embury orders Captarn Lovell to take hrs departure for two years
ust before gorng Captarn Lovell meets the wrnsome lrttle Peggy and becomes rnterested
After two years rn an lrrsh regrment he returns ln hrs absence he seems to have lost
rnterest rn oanne and developed a keener one rn Peggy
Embury fmally arouses enough courage to drsclose hrs plan to Peggy She rs com
pletely overcome wrth news that thrs guardran whom she has always regarded as a father
loves her rn a way to wrsh to make her hrs wrfe From a sense of duty she consents al
though rn love wrth George Thorugh a serres of rncrdents Embury covers the real truth of
affarrs and the rnevrtable happens
He turns over the rdeal lrttle cottage of hrs dreams to George and Peggy and succeeds
rn makrng them thrnk he meant rt for them all the trme The story closes as he walks down
the garden path alone turnrng hrs back on hrs dreams
The play xx as staged and drrected by Mrss Mclfennan The tryouts held late rn
Aprrl revealed that the class had an abundance of materral for the play The cast selected
Mark Embury A scholar screntrst and phrlosopher foseph HCIHZ rtl
Roger Goocllake hrs frrend and nerghbor otrn Roach
Captarn George Lovell hrs nephew La Vahn Maesch
Srr Harry Trrmblestone a Hrrty gay Englrshman ohn O Leary
Krt Barnrger a dancrng master fiddler and professor of deportment Theron Nemachec
Peter Mr Embury s serx ant ohn 0 Leary
Joanna Coodlake wrfe of Roger C-oodlake Warjorre Dams
Mrs Deborah Embury s housekeeper Rosetta Segal
Peggy Lrttle Brrtarn Ctarre Ryan
Beadle of the Foundlrng Hosprtal Andrew Lrethen
Molly a mard Dorothy A Peterson
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The Senior Auction
The second annual senror auctron w as held this year with even greater success than
last year Ex en the fact that the football team was rn Nebraska drd not dampen our ardor
Rosetta Segal and Genera Bluemeschren were general chairmen of the auctron and
Edrth Smrth Allce Drderrrch oseph Hem7krll Clarre Ryan Frank ones and Mrldred
Butler were the other charrmen The committees were composed of seniors wrth one fac
ulty advrser for each commrttee
The solrcrtrng commrttee worked for about three weeks before the auctron rn asking
for and gathering rn the goods whrch the merchants about town promised All the mer
chants were wery lrberal and the thmgs grven were on the whole very satisfactory
When rt came to the day of the auctron there w as much excrtement The pools were
large numerous and rrch which was the most essential Mr Rasey and Mr Helble
acted as auctroneers and they w ere surely good at lt Why Mr Helble exen went so far
as to cajole money from Budd Bomm for a mirror'
Mrss N estal caused qurte a commotron when she led rn her crew of comrcts
Not quite as much money was taken rn this year as last but owrng to the reduced prrce
of food stuffs and joe s buyrng abrlrty we were able to proude for sesen more famrlres
besrdes havmg more money left to carry on thus work The baskets or rather barrels were
filled wrth food and rn some cases clothrng was also put rn
The splendrd coopemtron offered by the rest of the school and by the trades people was
the factor that mide rt possrble for the senrors to carry the auctron through so w ell
We senrors xre Nery proud of the record made by thrs auctron and hope that future
ones wrll be as successful
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Cn Saturday lVlarch 23 the Senior Class entertained itself with a banquet The
party was held rn the domestic science rooms and as they had plenty of money it was made
quite a lawn h affair for a school party The food itself was the worthiest feature but all
the money wasn t spent on it for just lots was sunlc on the decorations napkin and place
cards which w ere stamped in gold with the class seal
With the aid of songs speeches and seweral short vaudeulle acts everyone w awed quite
convnial and gave it as their opinion that the innovation should be made a permanent
feature of high school life
It was lovely' The mus c the decorations the dresses the flowers and the punch'
The second annual umor Prom April 28 at the Armory w as as much of a success
as the hrst and if l werent a umor I believe l d almost be tempted to say that it w as a
little better But l think it would be better to leave it all to your own judgment except for
a little ard from Pat Neitzel who said that of all the eight Proms he had played at this
season he thought our decorations and of course our music were the best
Much credit goes to Miss Mclfennan the class sponser and to Wliss Turner Miss
talent everything went off very smoothly
But it would have been impossible for 'Vliss lVlcKennan to tend to everything herself
so we give a lot of credit to the following committee chairman
General Manager Ed unge
Finance Mr Grant George Kettenhofen
Programs Mr Helble Dorothy Belling
Invitations Miss Hahn Miss Carter Stewart Mills Philip Sutherland
Refreshments-Miss Spence Irene Rehbein
Decorations Miss Turner Miss Smith Miss Pugh
Dorothy Murphy Furniture
Kathryn Pratt Lights
Marjorie Neller Altar
Harold Briese Orchestra
Merril Schell Delivery
Mary Kanouse Flowers
umor Senior Banquet
The umor Senior Banquet was held Nlay 20 Dinner was served at six thirty in the
Vlr Rasey gave the hrst after dinner speech talking on serw ice to others ohn Roach
president of the senior class spoke briefly on past associations and Vlerrill Schell president
of the Junior class responded Each senior w as then presented with a miniature diploma
as a favor
After the program the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing in the gym
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Plantrng of lxy ohn Rmch presrdent of 77
Presentatron of Spade ohn Roach
Acceptance of Spxcle Nlerrll Scherl presrdent 2
I resentutron of Key Lucrlle Klrnlfto
Acceptance of Key Royal La Rose
Qlass Wrll ohn Zussman 22
Senror 'Nlernornl l ercy fngler 2
Partrcrpatron of Class of l897
Readrng Mrs l drth Srlverfrrcncl Lueders
Craftsmanshrp Shrelcl Awarded to Frank Hoppe
Typeurrtrng Nledals aclc Kanouse and La Vahn Xlaesch
Qraftsnranshrp A s Frank Hoppe 24 Carl Engler 24 Reed Hnens
den Belrnlu 23 lone Krerss 74
Senror A s Valedrctorran Salutatorran and Alternates
Clarron A Harold Bachmann
'X A U W Scholarslrrp Awarded to Carola Trrttrn
Declarnrlory A s Rosetta Segal Rrcharcl Nelson Xlaryorre Duns
Socrety of Colonral Dxughters of Arnerrca Medal Qlarre Ry an
C 'rss gong Vkfords composed hy Nl rrgrret VV rdsmorth 72
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A Word FFOITI the CO8Cl'l
As l take my pen m hand to jot down a few words of farewell to the students of Ap
pleton Hlgh School I am remmded that three years have qulckly slipped by slnce I had the
pleasure of begmmng my work here And as this school year draws to a close I have a
feehng of great apprecratlon of what A H S has meant to me durmg these three great
Much has happened to cause this span of tlme to overflow wlth lnterest excrtement
work vlctory and a frlendshrp that I know shall last as long as time shall be Nothing
could present more Interest and excrtement than the opportunity of working with our athletic
teams teams that have been the pride of every loyal student and cltlzen of Appleton Of
course all games were not won that was not hoped for yet rt rs a great satlsfactlon and
pleasure to me to feel as I look backward for a moment that vrctory has come many tlmes
Vlctory not because of anythmg whlch I myself as Coach have done but because Ap
pleton Hugh School s teams have always been composed of players w ho learned what real
sportsmanshlp IS and who always played hard and clean
Flgllllflg together with these teams on the battlefield of gym and grldlron has developed
many comrades Many of us have learned ln our personal relatronshrps to get at the center
of the other fellow s life and to thunk and feel with hum A coach s life rs not and can
never be all pleasure There are many dlscouragements and heartaches whrch come m the
course of events Yet these facts are offset and many trmes compensated for by the ever
growing and lastmg comradeshlp developed between coach and players For all thrs I am
deeply grateful And for xt I want to thank all of you both students and faculty
My land IS where the kmd folks are
And where the frlends are true
Where comrades brave will travel far
Some kindly deed to do
My land IS where the smiles are bright
And where the speech IS sweet
And where men clung to what rs rrght
Regardless of defeat
Vly land s the land of many creeds
And tolerance for all
It rs a land of splendid deeds
Where men are seldom small
And though the world should bnd me roam
lts distant scenes to see
My land would keep my heart enthroned
And there I d always be
If I have ln any small w ay helped anyone to see thxs bugger new of lrfe and to become
a truer man or woman my work here has not been m tam Such rs my hope as I now bld
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RQQIGW o the Season IQQI
When Coach X ancent tssued a call for football candrdates last fall sex enty men report
d There xx as enough equlpment on hand to accommodate thartw hse and practice began
an earnest After two weeks of prellmmarw work the team was ready for nts season s en
counters Taken all ln all the team appeared to he one of the strongest machlnes ewer de
xeloped at Appleton Hlgh School
Led by Capt ann ohn Roach quarterback the team lmed up ss 1th Zussman and Braese
halfbacks Tappert fullback Bonrm center Berro and Stark guards unge and l-laxens
tackles Purses and X erstegen ends ln the later part of the season due to lnjurles Ashman
replaced X erstegen at end Nlorrls for unge at tackle and Kamps for Stark at guard Ap
pleton lo t only one game on rts regular schedule l he setback ss as administered by Antxgo
early ln the season lay .a core of I9 0 ln the greatest grldlron contest of the st ason Ap
pleton battled Oshkosh x ho has much cl arm to the state champaonshrp a anvhody to a
y o go down to a e eat e e game scran Ju ta need clexerne s
and aggres nenc ofthe Be atrrce la ackheld xx as too much for taem
rung the c a on the pl axrng of tae team x a on the xshole exce ent Roach s good
untmg and dr p klckang a con lltI'lllI1fXt'fN guna H c ap aard an 1 ur t c
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li' t ' 4 -ll-O Cl f 1 . Th turn put up aa ka at l t le sg a , ' S,
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He made a drop kick in nearly every game of the season. The returning of punts by Zuss-
man the lme plungrng by Tappert and open field runnmg by Brrese featured rn every game
Zussman showed the A H S sprrrt x hen he played for nearly a half ln the Beatrrce game
x rth a broken nose The playing of Bonrnr at center was a revelatlon to football spec
tators especlally ln the Oshko h ame when he broke up plays trme and txme again by
breaking through on every play Purwes put up a hne exhrbrtlon of football ln the Beatrxce
Too much credxt can not be gn en to Verstegen Stark and unge for the w ork whrch
they had done up untrl they x ere 1nJured In Stark Appleton has one of the best ltneman
developed here rn a long trme Berro guard and Havens tackle are consistent men and no
more aggressrve lmemen can be found rn the state Nlorrrs tackle and Kamps guard drd
some wonderful work on the right srde of the lme both on offense and defense
The prospects for next fall are exceedingly brrght Every man ln the lme will be back
and only two posrtlons rn the backheld wrll hive to be frlled by new men next year
An excellent second team was mamtarned by the coaching of Mr Grant Men from the
second will not onl robably hll the vacancres left rn the first team but also glve some of
last year s regulars a great scrap for a posltlon
We look forward with great conhdence and feel certarn that as another year passes by
the football champlonshrp of WISCONSIN x rll be firmly frxed ln Appleton Hugh School
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A RCVICW of the Season 1922
About thirty men answered the first call for basketball Among these were the veterans
Captain Brlese Roach Zussman Hagen ohnson and Laughlin Much promising mate
rial was brought to light in the inter class tournament which w as won by the juniors The
first blow to the team came w hen two of the most promising new men were barred for play
ing professional basketball Two days later two of last year s men were lost to the team
because of low scholastic standing
The first game was with Depere at Depere Handicapped by the small gym our
team went down to a 25 to I I defeat Coming back strong the following week Appleton
defeated Fond du Lac I5 I4 in an overtime game
Two weeks later the team received another blow when Roach went out because of low
The remainder of the season until the Oshkosh Tournament was wery successful Ap
pleton defeated Oshkosh Manitowoc and Neenah twice
to the tournament with full intentions of gaining the championship of this district the best
Appleton did was to pull fourth place
The team seemed bewildered on the Oshkosh floor and was defeated in the first game
by Oshkosh This took aw ay all hopes of championship and broke the heart of the team
They did manage to defeat East Green Bay and Shawano only to be trounced by Neenah
in the final game by a score of Z8 8
The season w as featured by the stellar playing of Captain Briese and ohn Zussman
forwards Brlese has a wonderful eye for the basket and is able to score from all angles
Besides being a good shot Briese is an excellent Hoof man and good on defense ln Zuss
man A H S has one of the clexerest men exer dexeloped here His pnoting faking
and handling of the ball x a wonderful and it would be hard to find a man in the state to
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Brlese Captain after playmg three years
xx as always dependable m both guardmg and
shootmg and his conslstent free throwmg dns
tmgunshed ntself ln nearly every game The
best part of all thas rs that he expects to come
back next year
Ldhlgllllfl center never failed to get the
jump on hrs man xnd he also made many tune
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Ashman guard has a xsonderful eye on
long shots and newer farled to brmg the crowd
to rts feet as he scored from mldfloor
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good brand of basketball IH the games which
they played They are both hghters from the
hrst xwhlstle to the last second
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Kanouse forward has a keen eye for the
basket on side shots and he s extremely good
on following up shots
Mills forward is a clever floor man and
has a good eye for the basket He ought to
be one of the mainstays next year Gille pie
and Berro are two good standing guards
Either one handles the ball nicely off the
bounding board and 15 a demon at guarding
Roach showed up well in the beginning of
the season and was the star defensne man in
the Fond du Lac game During the last
games he was extremely off color clue to an
eight week rest from basketball
Zussman is a hard and consistent player
cool and collected and can always be counted
on for his speed and his unerring eye for the
The prospects for basketball are nearly as encouraging as football. Xvith four letter
men back Appleton High School ought to be satisfied with nothing less than a state cham
pionship in basketball.
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ln the first mterclass baseball game of the season the seniors defeated the Juniors by a
score of ZI 6 Weinkauf pitched good ball for the semors Although hit frequently he
kept the hits well scattered Tappert hurled three innings for the Juniors Walks mixed
xx ith frequent hits allow ed the seniors to run up ten scores in the first three innings Ashman
took the mound in the fourth inning and held the seniors down fairly vsell
Following the senior Junior game the sophomores defeated the freshman in a hard
fought fourteen inning battle The final score N as I4 I3 Blier pitched for the sophs
while Lutz and ohnston tvsirled for the frosh All three pitchers were hit hard but the
ophomores got the breaks in the fourteenth and nosed out their younger opponents by one
In the next game of the tournament the heavy hitting semors swamped the sophomores
by a score of 23 0 The seniors hit Blier at will xx hich accounts for the large score Hant
schel worked on the mound for the seniors Backed by almost perfect support he held tl rr
The Juniors is ent down to defeat for the second time at the hands of the seniors Th
score was I5 I2 which indicates a close game The seniors took the lead early in the game
hard in the first three innings but was effective in the pmches Tappert pitched in fine form
for the Juniors Backed by miserable support half the scores made on him were on errors
The Juniors defeated the freshman I6 3 in an easy contest Tappert twirled good ball
for the Juniors the fro h getting all their scores on errors Gelpke started on the mound for
the freshman but sw as soon relieved by Lutz because he could not find the plate Lutz is as
hit fairly hard and tw elve runs were scored off him
The sophomores sprang the big surprise by defeating the Juniors 8 4 It wa the best
contest of any of the games Both teams played errorless ball and gave their pitcher brll
liant support Hillman backed by dazzling support kept the Junior hits well scattered
Tappert pitched fairly xx ell but w as very ineffective in the pmches
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Appleton High School w as repre ented at only one track meet during the l922 season
Slx men Purves Brxese Tappert Stlngle Havens and x1CI'bl'lCk took part rn the annual
Stevens POINT track meet
Appleton returned from the m ct wrth hfth place havmg obtamed nlne pomts Madl
son wrth a squad of elghteen men easxly took the meet They captured nme hrsts and
made seven new records
Purves took Appleton s only hrst by vs mn ng the mile ln the splendid time of 4 DD
He was never ln the lead durmg the hrst three lap but on the last lap by hne Spflfltlflg
he hmshecl about elght yards ahead of hrs nearest competitor Verbrlck took a second lh
the hugh Jump wrth a jump of five feet sx Inches Tapper! placed third rn the discus
throw with a throw of nmety three feet Havens farled to place ln elther the shot put or
the Javelin throw Brlese took part ln the hnals ol the 220 yard dash and the running
broad jump He led the held ID the broad jump untrl the hnal Jump w hen he was elim
mated by three other men Both Stmgle and Brlese falled to place
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The semors won the annual mter class track meet for 1922 by wxnnmg 66 pomts
The Junrors were a close second wrth 57 pomts The sophomores were third wlth a total
of I2 pomts Thls IS the thlrcl successive year that the class of 22 has won the mterclass
Roach semor w as hrgh polnt wmner of the meet mth four hrsts and one thlrd making
a total of ZI pomts Brrese Junlor was second wlth two hrst and two seconds and a total
of I6 pomts
Purves enror was thlrd having three hrsts and a total of lb pomts
The meet was held at ones Park on held day Due to wet weather and the poor
track the tlme for the events was not very good The meet thus year was very close and It
showed a wealth of materlal for a school track team
l20 high hurdles Brxese Junror first Llethen semor second Heldeman Junror
220 low hurdles Brlese jumor hrst Havens semor second Herdeman jumor
50 yard dash Rechner sophomore frrst Brrese jumor second Roach semor third
l00 yard dash Roach semor First Rechner sophoomre second Stmgle senlor
220 yard dash Roach semor hrst Davis jumor second Stmgle semor thlrd
440 yard run Purves semor frrst Vorgt jumor second Currie semor thlrd
880 yard run Purves semor hrst Tlmme semor second Peerenboom Junior
lmlle run Purves semor hrst VOlgt junior second Tappert JUHIOI' thlrd
Hlghjump-Roach semor first Verbrrck semor second Davis junror third
Pole vault Davls Junlor first Neller sophomore second Heldeman Junior and
Taylor semor tred for thlrd
Broad jump-Roach semor hrst Brrese Junior second Voigt junior third
Discus Tappert Junlor hrst Bonml jumor second Boettcher semor thrrd
Shot put Boettcher semor frrst Tappert junror second Zschaechner junior third
avelm Tappert Junior hrst Laughlm semor second Scheurle sophomore thlrd
Relay Won by semors Roach Purves Stlngle and Bender
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The American Legion Award
The Oney ohnston Post of the Ameracan Legaon la as e tablaslaed an annual award of a
gold medal to be gtven to the boy who best represents the splrat of tlae ade al hagh school mth
lete Has successful partacapataon an sports as the first requasate Next comes has mamfesta
taon of the splrat of true sportsmanshap Beside these major points the Judges consider
scholarship and school actmtaes On these consaderataons the flrst medal has been aw ard
ed to Reed Hayens whose hagh school record follows
Football Two A s won as JUDIOI' and senlor As a suhstatute he was good enough
Basketball One A Four years of mteacl ass basketball
Track Two A s Four years of mterclass track Thus year he w as chosen presadent
of the A Club tlae orgamzatlon of all who haae won thear A an athletics He has alw ays
been prompt and regular at practice wallang to take adxace and on the held a hard but
Scholastic Record 92 D6 aaerage for the four years an school
General Record Pre aclent of the Student Council presadent of the school banlt two
years member of the Claraon staff one year won the Craftsmanshap Shleld for general
good spmt as determaned by all the teachers and w as twace more gaye the Craftsmanshap
A for honorable mentaon Mentaoned by seaen teachers for conspacuous merat an school
sparat an ratings for the School Sparat Cup
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The annual spasm gett1ng a l1ne on everyone IH the sen1or class We th1nk we ve
done It th1s t1me 1n a new and 1nterest1ng way w1thout chew1ng our penc1ls and tear1ng our
ha1r frantlcally th1nk1ng up somethmg to say about someone we know noth1ng about
Then too we wanted to aNOld the tr1te custom of cross sect1on1ng n1ckname favonte
expres 1on and all that sort of th1ng and h1t on the plan of lett1ng each student glVC h1s
own 1deas of h1mself and from a l1st of twenty odd quest1ons yes you m1ght call them pe
cul1ar too we p1cked three to ask each person We got just about everyone and the 1n
Bemg 1nqu1s1t1ve as to whom Howard Eberhardt would l1ke to be 1f he w asn t h1mself
I asked l11m about lt H15 answer was Stemmetz At the t1me I d1dn t know who Stem
meta IS but he IS a great radlo expert Howard s 1dea of a good t1me IS travelmg He d1d
would do 1f he had charge of the assembly I dCCldCd he d enyoy someth1ng CXClllng s1nce
he declared he d beat up the offenders
I should th1nk Lloyd Learned would l1ke to be a lVlr Small or L1ttle s1nce he s so tall
but no he decldedly stated that he should l1ke to be another lVlr H1gh when he grows up
When I asked h1m what had been the happlest day of h1s H1gh hfe h1s answer was rather
mdehmte for all he sa d w as my H1gh l1fe5 Maybe he never got near enough the ground
to hnd out However he Sald that bookkeeplng w as the most useful th1ng he had learned
1n hlgh chool
Gertrude Rohm s 1dea of a good t1me IS p1cn1ck1ng w 1th a crowd of SIX l can t 1mag
1ne why she should YNlSl'l the bunch to be an even number On belng asked why she would
rather go to any other school than Appleton H1gh School she showed her good sense by
saymg she wouldn t rather go to any other school Gertrude has been most surprlsed by
o much bobbed ha1r and can t understand w hy lt s so elaborate when It should be s1mple
I th1nk the be t answer 1s for her to bob her ha1r
'Xluch to my SUTPTISC Gertrude Strer thmks she could have had 1 better t1me 1f she
had gone to 1 g1rl s boardmg school She surely w ouldn t have Wells IH hrstorv and she d
m1ss havmg the fun of argurng w1th h1m Gertrude also has 1 defimte plan of takmg
charge of the assembly by 1ntroduc1ng tl1e German system of order 1n that local1'y Con
s1der1ng Gertrude s barbar1c allllUdC tow ard produclng order her ldea that Florence Nrght
1ngale IS her nearest parallel seems 1ncons1stent as I cannot 1mag1ne Florence Nightingale
lntroducmg the German system of order for obta1n1ng her end
How do you th1nk Florence Cnbbons would look as a second oan of Arc3 When I
asked her whom she would l1ke to be 1f she w asn t herself she sa1d a second oan of Arc
she also declared that she w as sat1sl:1ed w1th the school as 1t w as and wouldnt make any
changes 1f she were runn1ng It fvve 1nd1rectly got her op1n1on of Wlr Rasey
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I really thrnk Id enjoy haxrng Dorrs Blake for a teacher because when I asked her
x hat she wanted to be when she grew up she rmmedrately sard that she wanted to be a
teacher and grre all 93 s At least she rsn t gorng to remember her good marks when she
grades her puprls Her rdea of a good trme rs really human as she named for the
parts essentral rn makrng up a good trme lots of movres lots to eat money musrc and a
real good partner She drdn t rndrcate how long she wanted the real good partner to last
but I suppose rf he s good enough she wouldn t be the one to count the trme Dorrs has de
crded to go to Lawrence College and because she rs such a bashful chrld she made thrs
chorce as the college rs so near home
The other day rn talkrng to Vlrlclred Butler I asked her what she expected to be ten
years hence Her answer was delrghtful and so romantrc She expects to be the prrvate
secretary for a rrch man wrth a weak heart She drdnt say but of course he meant a
heart weak w hen rt came to femrnrne charms She drd admrt howeyer that her eye would
be on the mrllrons I gue s I went a lrttle too far when I asked her how she would start rf
she wanted to create a sensatron for she told me very effectrvely rf she wanted to create a
sensatrcn she d let ohn Vorgt start rt for her
Ceorgrna Schaefer believes rt rs better to acqurre happrness than wealth or fame She
also stated rather emphatrcally when asked rf she would rather spend the evenrng wrth the
Radro Club or studyrng rn the lrbrary that she would surely not spend her evenrngs rn the
publrc lrbrary Although she belreves she cl be able to create a sensatron by bobbrng her
harr I really thmk that would be more drfhcult now than a year ago as bobbed harr rs
gettrng so common
Nlargaret Wadsxxorth rs of the oprnron that she would lrke to be an aesthetrc dancer
w hen she grows up I ve been told that her mrddle name rs Grace That may account
for her wrsh She rs also of the oprnron that acqurrrng wealth rs better than happrness or
fame I dont know that I agree wrth her However I thmk she would create a con
srderable sensatron rf she shaved her harr off Others mrght follow
Alrce lVIanley has the concerted rdea that she has never been paralleled rn erther hrstory
back when Alrce sard she would enlarge the office rf she had charge of the assembly I
drdnt know we w ere qurte as bad as that She thrnks that the day she enrolled was the
happrest day of her hrgh school lrfe How drfferent people are Ive known people to
consrder the day they graduate the happrest day of therr lrfe rn Hrgh I also asked Alrce
what change he would make rn school rf she were lVlr Rasey and she sard that she would
have school rn the mornrng only I m sure her rdea would be greatly apprecrated by the
student body rf worked out
o Hantschel surprr ed me very much when he sard he would lrke to be Captarn Brlly s
Whrzzbang rf he wasn t hrmself and would lrke to be an engrneer when he grows up I
houldn t advrse h m to grow up much more but rather clown a lrttle I also hnd that oe
rs rather hard to surt w hen rt comes to prckrng out a grrl Although he says he cl prefer beau
ty to wrt he makes the excuse that those who have beauty are also wrtty But thrs rs not
always so therefore I thmk he meant rndrrectly that he wants both Selfrsh rsn t he3
Now Reed Havens on the other hand prefers wrt And can you rmagrne thrs3 He
wants rt because rt ll keep hrm good natured' He would rnstall a free lunch counter rf he
were Mr Rasey He also sarcl that swrmmrng and skrrng were hrs rdea of a good trme
He shows hrs good judgment don t you thrnk3
Dorothy Herrman was very frank when I asked her what of her hrgh school achreve
ments she was proude t because she rmmedrately stated rt was her corffure I agreed that
her curls w ere cute anythrng to trckle one s vanrty or the chrn of a dancrng partner I
really thrnk rt was qurte horrrd of her to say that she would rather go somewhere else than
to Appleton Hrgh becau e she was fed up on the faculty Of course we admrre her hon
esty Ten years from now we may look for a new supervrsor of the commercral department
for that rs where Dorothy expects to be ten years hence No doubt some changes wrll be
made when she gets that job
In hrgh school we frnd all types of people besrde the ones whrch attract the most at
tentron and sometrmes almost shatter our belrefs rn one s fellow classmates because they are
so frrwolous we also frnd therr exact opposrte Eva Engel consrders the days she rs on the
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honor roll the happrest days of her hrgh lrfe Srnce I we never made the honor roll I doubt
rf I fully apprecrated her feelrngs and so hastily asked her where she spent her evenrngs I
suppose she thought me rnqursrtrse but she sard at Esther Ingenthron s As I drdnt thrnk
Esther had any brothers or cousrns stayrng there that attracted Ewa I took rt for granted
that rt was Esther she really went to see and so I a ked her what her rdea of a good trme
was Thrs I found to be readrng She drdnt offer me rnformatron as to what krnd of
books she enjoyed best and berng afrard to rnqurre further I departed and soon ran across
I asked whom she would llke to be rf she werent herself and I found out that she rs
another of our oan of Arc admrrers as she would lrke to be oan of Arc rf she wasn t her
self She also offered the rnformatron that she spent her evenrngs dancrng at the Prmcess
Then where does Eva Engel spend her evenrngs3 As we were tryrng to frnd out whom we
should dedrcate the Annual to I asked Fsther s advrce She gave her sensrble oprnron that
we should dedrcate rt to Mrss Salrsbury
Arnold Purves was under the startlrng oprnron that the Annual should be dedrcated to
Brll Meyer However he was unable to grve any good reason for hrs rash statement A
nold admrtted that keeprng hrs mouth shut was the most useful thrng he had learned rn
school It s a very useful thmg to learn too bad more haven t learned the same
Harold Bachmann trred to convrnce me that hrs rdea of a good trme w as beyond cen
sor and I had to accept hrs statement He wrshes that when he grows up he may be a
teacher lrke Mr Hrgh I also found out that he rs another who wants all he can get for hrs
money as he wants the grrl he goes wrth to be both beautrful and wrtty
Imagrne Rosetta Segal scrubbrng when she grows up' But that s what she wants to do
She also thrnks the Dutch Boy wrth hrs hand rn the dyke rs her nearest parallel rn frctron
Although Rosetta hasn t done anythmg to rmprove matters she wrshes she went somewhere
else than Appleton Hrgh because she would have a better school paper If you knew what
was handed rn about you and censored Rosetta'
Marlon Stroebe rs very well satrsfred with school as rt rs and wouldn t make any changes
rf she were Mr Rasey IVIHTIOII rs an actrve person as her rdea of a good trme rs clrmbrng
trees She also wants to wrrte plays and act ln them w hen she grows up
the trme to start He would much prefer an evenrng at the Radio Club to one at the Lr
brary Maybe Percy recerved good marks rn hrstory from Wells anyway he thrnks the
Annual ought to be dedrcated to B W Wells Not a bad rdea
I was sorry to hnd that Rosella Eggert rs not altogether satrsfred wrth thrngs as they are
for she sand that she d reyuvenate the teachrng force rf she were rn Mr Rasey s place She
would lrke to be Ethel Clayton
Now oel Benyas rs one of these dyed rn the wool senrors And so when I asked
whom the Clarron should be dedrcated to he replred that the senror class was the most
deservrng because of therr rmmense brarn power ancl large number He clarmed to have
expected vrolence rn hrgh school and hrs greatest surprrse was not gettmg rt And grrls!
Staymg away from you he thinks rs hrs greatest achlevement both frnancrally and for keep
mg out of trouble
The stuclrous Davrd Bender rs proudest of a 82 rn physrcs I really thrnk he deserved
93 but the haberdashers would have to send away for large enough hats and David mrght
catch cold wrth a small one Davrd would lrke to be Vlr Hrgh I wonder why I.. C
doesnt wrrte a book on The Secrets of my Personalrty Davrd also thrnks he could
create a sensatron by not shavmg for three weeks I agree wrth hrm perfectly He clarms
that he dd rt or rather drdnt rt once and now I know who the heavrly bearded person
who spoke to me on the street once was
Harold Finger consrders Emerson hrs nearest parallel at least Emerson had the au
dacrty or maybe Just a great enough knowledge to agree wrth hrm on everythrng H
doesnt care for studyrng rn the Lrbrary as much as radro Hrs best trmes he claims are
when he takes HER home from a movre whose plot was woven around an ardent admrrer
And what s more you can t judge people by their looks You would never thrnk that
Brll Meyer spends hrs trme admrrrng the grrls but when I asked hrm who he thought was
the best looking gurl rn school he answered w rthout hesrtatron Who w as rt3 I really don t
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know whether I ought to tell or not I promlsed I wouldnt tell but I drdn t say anythlng
about wrltmg rt But I ll tell lf you ll promlse never to let rt get out It was essle Small
And yet he was greatly dlsappomted because he couldn t take more than erght studres a day
When not engaged rn these roseate wandermgs or suffering long periods of educatlon Bull
llkes to go camprng
And llsten to this Of all her hugh school achievements Loretta Maurer rs proudest
because she went to the Prom with ake Zussman 'I-hat s gratitude for you Some glrls
you can take all over and they never say thanks Oh yes Loretta You would have more
dances and soclal actlvrtles rf you were Mr Rasey3 I agree with you perfectly You re
not going to college next year because you need a rest5 I agree wlth you agam I need
a rest too
E. ther Smrth says the most useful thmg she drd IS learnmg to sew to keep up with the
fashions It IS an art to buy dress goods which will shrunk fast enough The entrance of
Violet ohnston shattered all her dreams of ever bemg popular and caused her greatest dns
appoxntment I don t see any fun m her good tlmes which she claims are working on a toplc
at the Publrc Library the nrght before rt s due Possrbly wrth a great deal of practrce It can
be done and nt s easy to copy other people s work Why no Esther I didn t mean that to
apply to you But I sometrmes try that myself
Luclle Kllnko IS our model sudent Her favorrte pastxme rs readrng By bobbmg her
halr or rougmg two things which she has never done she believes she could create a sensa
tron But Lucrle that prcture of you and Tom Davis rs really quite sensational Although
she s an honor student she stlll would abolish finals
Helen Snyder was most surprised at the cllques ln school For the sake of the fresh
man she would build sand boxes and would supply gum and doughnuts for the rest of us
She says she spends all her evenmgs with Tommy Am t love grand'
Ive always wondered whether Helen Wlnter was as bad rn the other seasons but I
found out she rsnt bad at all She would like to be Constance Talmadge but she didn t
know then that Constance rs gomg to be dlvorced She wants to abollsh fmals and would
rather meet the pollce woman socrally than professlonally
Let s abolish all finals everyone rs against them At least Verndlne Wolfgram thmks
so along wrth one hundred and seventeen other semors She would hke to be Norma
Talmadge and would rather have happiness than fame or wealth fyust the same I think any
one could be happy with a mrllron dollars
Mabel Kuether would rather be famous and abolish the assembly ftake care you pen
ny pecking prepsl and fmals
At least there s one boy 1n hugh school whose parents don t have to wonder where he rs
rn the evemngs for Edwin O Connor spends hrs evenings ln hrs llttle trundle bed He rs also
a very ambrtrous boy because he wants to go into polltlcs and hopes to be mayor of Black
Creek tn ten years Hrs happlest day of hugh lrfe has not yet arrrved graduatlon day
Lawrence Lyons IS under the rmpressron that he would cause quite a sensation rf he
trred to keep Harlan Hackbert out of 304 He would also much prefer wrt to beauty m
the girl he goes with Either he thlnks he has beauty enough or he needs wrt to keep hrs
pollshed He would dedicate the Annual to Cap Harrrs
Lrlllan Sorensen would hke to be a playground director when she grows up She con
slders making the basketball team the happiest experrence of her lrfe
Lorame Falck spends her evenmgs socrally and consrders Florence Nrghtmgale her near
est parallel As I remember Florence Nlghtmgale she wasnt much of a social butterfly
She also stated that she could have a better trme where people dldn t know her That de
pends on what type of a good tlme one wants She was very emphatic rn her answer when I
asked her what she would do If she had charge of the assembly for all she said was Choke
If Irene Sprlster ran this hlgh school she d have a dance every Friday nrght She
would play wxth the chrldren rf she had charge of the assembly When Joy and duty
clash let duty go to smash' She advocates dedlcatrng the Annual to Mr Helble
Carola Trxttm would rather be happy than wealthy or famous She declared that she
had been chiefly surprised that some so called students who don t know anything get good
grades I we heard that her grades weren t anythlng to cry over
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Cenewlewe Hyde sald she s most surprlsed that the more you go the less you know'
She seemed to be authorlty on the subject And w hen I asked her she Sald she d rather
study ln the llbrary han spend the evenlng wlth the R3dl0 Club Of course studylng at
the llbrary IS a worn out excuse for other thlngs However she thlnks she could effectlvely
tart a sensatlon lf she d get on the honor roll
Erna Lemke would have all elght perlods ln the mornlng lf she were ln 'Vlr Rasey s
place She w ants to be a teacher when she grows up I lmaglne she would be of the frno
lous type as her ldea of a good tlme IS danclng
Theron lxfemacheck would llke to be Ben Turpln lf he w asn t hlmself Too bad some
of our wlshes can t be granted He sald that h s ldea of a good tlme w as spencllng an even
lng wlth the Woman s Chrlstlan Temperance Lnlon I don t know whether he w as serlous
or not He was qulte declded however that he d prefer beauty to w t ln the glrl he goes
YVltl'l Nlaybe he thlnk he has enough Wll hlmself
Florence Torrey would llke to be a statlon agent She dldn t state her reason w hy but
of course you meet all klnds of people lh the world The llfe must be lnterestlng She
IS golng to college to further her educatlon She was greatly surprlsed at the turnout at the
last debate It was enough to SUYPTISC anyone
Ten years from now those who wlsh to VISII Marlon 'Vlatz wlll flnd her on the South
Sea Islands Her exact address wlll be glven later She would llke to be Cleopatra but
so far Fate has been agalnst her Marlon doesn t feel as lf she d be satlsfled wlth happl
ness wealth or fame slgnlfylng that she wants all three
If Ruth Hartsworm had charge of the assembly she would let the mob have free reln
and roll all the marbles they wanted to I don t thlnk I care to have her ln the assembly
however I ve heard that there s a tendency not to do that whlch IS allowed She would
like to be Mary Plckford lf she wa n t herself People are never satlsfled'
Anna Frahm wants to help humamty She sald that she would llke to be a superln
tendlng surg cal nurse She certalnly must llke llve wlres She would prefer an evenlng
wlth the R3dlO Club than golng to the llbrary where all the klds make thelr dates She
Sald men are sometlmes dlscussed at the llbrary and lt IS sometlmes dlsgustlng I guess she
means the l brary Her Idea of a good tlme IS for a group of gurls to read go boatlng or
danclng Anna seems to be a man hater as she doesn t care for boys to enter thls group
Ferne Ingersoll ald that the faculty has been a contlnual SUTPTISC to her She would
be easy ln the assembly as the klcls could do as they pleased The happlest day of Ferne s
llfe was w hen she knew she was golng to attend Appleton Hlgh
Mathemetlcs IS the most useful thlng Ralph Zachow learned ln hlgh school Ralph
sald he wants to be a mechanlcal englneer and he IS golng to WISCONSIN to get a good traln
lng for hls englneerlng work Good luck'
Leon Palmer Sald he IS not anxlous to meet the pollcewoman Palmer wants an ex
cluslvely good tlme just one companlon but he dldn t say who she IS Maybe some of us
Laurlne Croll sald Dedlcate the Clarlon to Mr Hugh Her evenlngs are spent at
movles l ke The Shelk If she were prlnclpal she would leave out the exams
Ten years from now we wlll flnd MHXIDC Cahall w alklng through Europe Probably
looklng for traces of our last war or else startlng another one by falllng for another helr
to the throne Little Mlss Muffet IS Maxlne s nearest parallel To create a sensatlon she
would wear ankle length dresses Qprobably cause a rlot
We are really gettlng some very good ldC8S as to whom the Annual should be dedl
cated Emmet Verbrlck thlnks Mr Hlgh too Verbrlck IS very satlshed wlth the school
as It IS at any rate he dldn t offer any suggestlons for lVlr Rasey I suppose that he feels
that as long as he exlsted for four years wlth lt as It IS the rest surely can do the same Hls
ldea of a good tlme IS swlmmlng
Lavahn Maesch cons ders Cluzzlem hls nearest parallel ln hctlon What heroes we
have ln the senlor class' l..aVahn IS golng to college he says for the purpose of dlstllllng
knowledge lnto hls cerebral reglons He offers the depresslng lnformatlon that there has
been no new sensatlon slnce he entered hlgh Nevertheless he managed to create much ex
Cllemfhl by adoptlng so much speed'
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Everyone knows how playful ohn O Leary rs Why he even admrtted that he drdn t
want to grow up People have often wondered rf he ever would Hrs rdea of a good
trme rs gorng to a country farr Chrckens3 Of course one can alrs ays get pop candy and
rce cream at those places One thrng I thrnk so orrgrnal rs hrs rdea that he d lrke to be Sam
Howdy rf he vsasn t hrmself
Ramona Gehrn would lrke to be lVlr Helble s srster so that she could pull hrs harr
I dont doubt that lVlr Helble rs delrghted that she rsnt Talkrng sassy to lVlr Helble rs
her naughty rdea of a good trme And rt was unfortunate for me to have asked her so many
questrons that day as she certarnly had 'Vlr Helble on the brarn but any way she thrnks
to crea e a sensatron she would ask lVlr Helble a questron that he couldnt answer
There are a number of senrors whose secrets have not been revealed but the shades of
darkness fell many trmes whrle we were gatherrng these and one cant rs art forever even
Larry Lyons Hero or A Brave Boy s Adventure
Wrth a Crook
Larry an orphan a brrght sturdy self relrant lad was runnrng errands rn the offrce of
Fred Bendt mrllronarre broker Hrs ambrtron was to make sufhcrent money to enable hrs
brother who had been a crrpple for years to have a much needed operatron Mr Bendt had
taken a lrkrng to thrs honest youngster and he was trusted vrrth the securrtres and bonds every
day when he went to the bank
On a hot afternoon as Larry was returnrng from lunch he entered the rnterror offrce as
usual He was confronted by a revolver rn the hands of a hard lookrng man lVlr Bendt
was standrng behlnd the desk wrth hrs hands above hrs head young Lyons was told to do
the same thmg He was so surprrsed that he drd not know what to to However he
gathered hrs wrts together rn an rnstant and wrth a qurck movement prcked up an rnk bottle
and hurled rt at the vrllran who forgot to use hrs revolver Young Larry sprang qurckly and
caught the vrllran rrght under the Jaw wrth a rrght hook and lard hrm out lVlr Bendt rm
medrately summoned the polrce and explarned the very dangerous srtuatron he had been rn
The crook had just demanded the bonds whrch lVlr Bendt had taken from the safe when
Larry entered The rascal who vras now handcuffed by the polrce was a thorough re
probate and the polrce rmmedrately rdentrfred hrm as Sure Shot Leroy lVlorneau the lone
bandrt who had a record for a large number of crrmes Upon commg to he muttered
Curses I am sorled as he beheld hrmself covered wrth lnk
The young man was taken to lVlr Bendt s home where he met hrs daughter a beautr
ful young lady of about hrs own age The nerr spapers the next day contamed a good deal
about the brave youth and rt was necessary to statron guards at the door to prevent photog
raphers from enterrng the house
From thrs trme on Fortune smrled on the young hero he rs as made a drrector of the
company he was able to have hrs brother successfully treated he marrred hrs employer s
daughter and they lrved happrly ever after
A brll had just been defeated Mr Wells was for the brll ohn Ryan was smrlrng
lVlr Wells Perhaps rf Mr Ryan had heard my speech he rwouldn t be smrlrng
john That s why I m smrlrng
In archrtectural drarxrng class Reed Havens announced that he was gorng to make
plans for a large house Stanley Crllespre sard that that would be all rrght because Reed
would hare a butler
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uly 8 1905 before thrs burldrng was completed Cap
Harrrs was chosen to assume the responsrbrlrty of engmeer of
the Appleton Hrgh School
Every year for seventeen years he has seen new stu
dents come and old ones go Thousands of students have
passed through the school and there are few who have not
learned the frrendly nature of Cap and none rn all thrs host
but may be proud to clarm hrm as a frrend
Many lrfe long frrendshrps have orrgrnated rn the engrne
room Seldom a day passes that some former student does
not drop rn to greet Cap and each one rn returnrng finds en
trance most pleasant by way of the engrne room door they
know Cap wrll be there
Many the tale that Cap alone can tell of events close to
the hearts of students whose rnterests years ago centered about
Appleton Hrgh School lVlany are the tradrtrons the sac
red spade and rts trrp to another contrnent battles won and
lost the famous champronshrp basketball teams now almost
forgotten events whrch rn years gone by made thrs school
more than a mere hrgh school are strll vrvrd rn the mrnds of old students and to Cap
For seventeen years rt has been the prrde of Cap Harrrs to have done hrs work so well
that rt has never once been necessary to close school for lack of heat Tunes wrthout record
he has kept an all nrght vrgrl rn order that the students mrght study rn comfort the next day
On one occasron for frve days and four nrghts whrle the temperature dropped far below
zero he drd not leave the engrne room Every wrnter for seventeen years he has done hrs
work and whrle others have enjoyed therr Sunday rest and therr Chrrstmas and New
Year holrdays he has done hrs full day s work m the engrne room Truly here rs a man
who can look back over the years wrth the satrsfactron of havrng done hrs work well
The students nowadays arnt as respectful of therr elders as they used to be Why
l ve seen a trme when a freshman drdnt dast look crossways at a senror for fear of gettrn
hrs head knocked off but now say' the other day when l was out rn the hall thrs brg
long legged Learned guy came struttrn along jest lrke a bean pole come to lrfe and thrs
here young red headed krd fwhat s hrs name3 cum along and thought he was a brrdge
and trred to walk thru hrs legs Say Learned sat rrght rn the mrddle of the floor and l
thought that I d bust laffrng But you see these here freshman harnt ascared no more
Cap has seen a good deal of the world Hrs favorrte toprc rs Florrda
When I was down rn Florrda I went rn swrmmrn rn the Gulf of Mexrco Say you
ought to see the sharks down there bout as brg as a horse natrves arnt frard of em
though I see one feller ketch a shark wrth a crow bar
You know they have oysters down there they hrre cowboys to act as drvers then
they ketch the oy ters and put em rn a coral then one of these here cowboys goes down
and krlls them wrth a butcher knrfe that s a fac
You know rt s a crrme the way these freshmen act bout seventeen years ago when
they first come rnto thrs burldrng the puprls used to apprecrate the hot water an gym but
now golly' they let the showers run trl prrtnur zero
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It was a cold brtter nrght The w md was howlrng hercely and the sleet whrch had
yu t begun w as beatrng mercrlessly agarnst the face of Arnold Purres a young farmer lad
who was the sole support of hrs mother and frfteen chrldren who were back on the farm
Arnold had come to seek employment He would peddle papers and then gradually buy
cut the busrne s for hrmself he mused as he turned up the collar of hrs lrght lrttle sack
coat Arnold was a brave ambrtrous unselhsh boy but what chance had thrs youth rn the
large crty of New York all alone3 Ereryone pushed hrm asrde and he w as no one rn the
mob whrch passed to and fro He had been lookrng rn the wrndow of a restaurant for
ometrme and how he w rshed he mrght have one of those hot dogs a more fortunate youth
w as devourrng for Arnold had not had anythrng to eat for three days' Suddenly he heard
a yell and saw a mass of confused humanrty twenty yards away Arnold clashed to the
place just rn trme to get a strangle hold on a huge Iron whrch w as attackrng an elderly w ell
dressed gentleman The lron w as helpless when our boy hero exercrsed hrs wrestlrng holds
on hrm and soon he w as tred down and held fast The x crous anrmal had escaped from
Vladrson Square Garden where the O Leary O Rourke crrcus was performrng The well
dressed man sad You have sawed my lrfe my hne lad Come home wrth me e
two stepped rnto a large Rolls oyce and ped away to a magnrfrcent house Arnold w as
a trmrd and very modest young chap and drd not want thrs man to make anythrng of the
rncrdent The rrch man however sard I am 'Vlr Herman Snrtzkewrtz presrdent of tht
thought of hrs mother and brothers and srsters at home and how poor they were He sard
I want enough money to keep my famrly from starvatron for a whrle It rsn t for me that
I want rt but I can t bear to see them wrthout food The generous character of the lad
at once warmed the heart of the great man and he sard Here rs 1 check for a mrllron
dollars Ir rs only a small amount for your courage and bravery but rf you w ant me to
I ll make you x ce pres dent of the bank Purves w as speechless when the man mentroned
the enormous sum but he accepted the check and refused the posrtron offered
The next morn ng Purves boarded the trarn for hrs home on the farm and needless to
ay the famrly all sarxrxed even though they were rn the jaws of starxatron
Once upon a trme
A man sard
To 1 frrend
He thought he was a frrend
What do you thrnk
About askrng Helen
For a clate3
And hrs frrend sard
She s not bad
And the man sard
I know rt
That s w hy I hesrtated
About askrng her
Gee' he has on a low collar
Oh yes A nArrow collar
Frlbert says Beauty rs the only excuse the greater proportron of the Holly would be
actresses have for berng
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ohn Roach,Ser1lor As Summarized by
ohrl Roach r
Enterecl as ophomore from St Norbert s College 2
Preslclent of sophomore class 2
Presldent of Junlor class 3
Presldent of enlor class 4
Football 2 3 4
Class basketball 2
Basketball 3 4
All state guard 3
State champlonshlp team 3
Class tournament manager 4
Senlor team coach 4
Sophomore class baseball 2
umor class baseball 3
Senlor class baseball 4
Sophomore track 2 Captaln 2
unlor track 2 Hlgh POIDI wslnner
Senlor track 4 Hlgh Polnt wlnner 4
School track team 3
Treasurer A Club 4
unlor Class Play 3
Senlor Class Play 4
Class Yell Leader 2
School Yell Leader 4
Protege of L C Hlgh 3 4 X R
My loxe you smlle at me from out your shrlne
A thlng of beauty such a ne er before
I ve seen Of graces you posse s a store
Aslde from beauty though true xx lt IS thlne
For cleverness and keen perceptlon shlne
From your blue eyes ancl so you ws oulcl not bore
As beauty does sans ls lt need I say more3
One only xsorshlps s hen the two COmblnCl
Ancl your expresslon cloth my hopes lnfla e
From your rapt gaze l reacllly can ee
That you are not the least averse to me
ln fact l thlnk l d ask you for a date
Tonlght cl cl you not merely lllU trate
A story pUbllSl'l6d ln the S E P
'Nllss 'Nlueller Fountaln xx antecl ln the ofhce
Dumbbell Lse the bubbler
Some people don t care for the clotlllng stores of thls clty but they sult me personally
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APPLLTOA HIGH 5CHOOl
Onct there wa a lrttle boy x ho x ouldnt hx hrs hlrt
And left It open at the throat and show ed hrs neck all dnt'
And w hen he grew to be a man all he could flncl to do
Was just a dlggmg dxtches And nos I ll tell to you
That rf m school you leave your shxrt unbuttoned at the neck
When you grow up you can t get work and you wall hnd by heck
That all you friends wrll haxe good jobs and you ll be down and out
And just be dlggm sewers
Onct they was a lrttle boy ud allus laugh and grm
When told that going collarless wa certa nly a sm
When he cl hear xt rn assembly he d Ju t set there and act w use
And tell the klds when lt got hot he w ouldn t wear no tres
And when that wrcked Infant dred he went to where lt s hot
Where lt don t make any drfference rf you wear a tle or not
And now he s shovelmg fuel all day and wanting to get out
And you ll be down there also
D S Found W th a Bottle
Children clear' What have we here3
Two lady teachers and thelr beer'
Wrth bonnets set at a raknsh slant
They d like to abstam but slmply can t
They do not exen try to hide lt
But smack thelr hps as lf they d trred rt
A bottle clutched m each falr hand
They totter a trlfle but still can stand
The moral IS but need I draw 10
For lf you re clever my clears you saw lt
There once w as a man from Duluth
Who found our condltron uncouth
He sand It s not had
For the system you ve had
But we don t call thus much m Duluth
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APPLETON Hlclf sc Hoof
ob w ent to hlgh school
Eyery slngle day
Took all tts hardshlp
ln his patlent xy ay
Thls rs an Incident the Blble falled to mentlon
But for lts Interest please to gne lt your attentlon
ob ss as a martyr
Neyer had no fun
ust wrote maternal
For the Clarlon
Chewlng on hrs fountam pen ob was a hxture
lNever went dancmg nor sau a moung plcture
Played round mth snapshots
Paste and rags and hears
Makmg the Annual
Best one m years
ob at least thought xt was and so he kept on ss rxtmg
Though sprlng and summer pleasures were faxr and mutmg
Publtcatlon found hlm
ust a nervous wreck
He suffered calmly
Though untll by heck'
ob became angry and his words are better passed here
When people told hlm that the thmg was better last year
What writers be :de Riley helped to make lndlana famous3
The man who ss rote H'abash Blues'
m trylng to get 1 square meal sand Donald oyce is he attempted to sua ox ns
Dumb' He s o dumb that he thmks Blondy Nlaesch rs a halrnetl
If Ewelyn Cort could haye a case on Wallace Xlarshall lt hould be 1 case of court
I we made ten perfect copies rn typexs rltlng
Huh the only time you exer made a perfect copy was durmg the l1st ex xms
unt strmglng me salcl the banjo to the negro mmstrel ju t before the show
Y ou glve me a pane rattled the mndoyw to the small boy mth the baseball bat
First Virgil student Where can l get a Knapp3
Second dltto 'Vlr Helble s hlstory class rxght across the hall
A thmg of beauty IS a Joy foreyer rts loylmess nn creases An old hue dollar Dl
or an accordron pleated skirt?
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APPIPTON HIGH SCHOOI
SIC Volvere parcas
I watched rn a letharglc slumber
The assembly recedrng from new
In the darkness w hrch thrckly hung o er me
A dlm distant NOICC hltered through
Twas the NOICC I am sure of Lee Rasey
Vvho spoke as I d heard hlm before
When he prophesied oft from the rostrum
And here KN as one prophecy more
I m wlewmg the future drstmctly
nl hrough that power early glwen to me
And strange are the srghts and surprlsmg
Whlch the occult allows me to see
On a street corner down rn Nlrlwaukee
Exhortlng stands Nrlaurrne Cahall
She has srnce Jomed the salvatron army
Where her xorce rs of monstrous avail
Ffltl Benclt rs the suaxe polrshecl ow ner
Of a new up to date cabaret
Xvhere Mlclge Dans prowrdes entertarnment
And Kronke stands under a tray
Lorraine Falk has galned qulte a fortune
And shares It 1 1th Cenevleve Hyde
bhe sent loxe letters into the Trrbune
Who pard well for belng supplred
ohn Zussman the bold boxrng be1rcrt
WINS frstfulls of cash xt each bout
Bull Nleyer his good turn dorng daily
Is strll the same bashful boy scout
In that long hatred Bohemran reglon
Enwelopxng Washrngton Square
Bohemian Nlrrran Lyons
Runs a studlo restaurant there
In the front of a carmwal side show
O Leary and Nemacheck stand
Regalrng the crowd '1 1th the wonders
Vvrth the l1ne they '1 ell know how to hand
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'Vlrlford s a motor pollceman
And often does seventy per
Affection o ercame hrs ambrtron
Francrs rs stlll Burns s chauffeur
Helen Snyder rs happily marrled
Her husband just srts and adores
Esther Smith runs an orphan asylum
Dons Blake demonstrates rn the stores
The Amerrcan Magazrne s pay mg
Leon Palmer for talks on success
Gr A mrlllon through struggle and strlv
Hrs methods can t fall to rmpress
They sand that her athletrc prow ess
Would help her rn gathermg cash
ust so and rn Bluemlchen s restaurant
Geneva rs now slrnglng hash
Loretta 'Vlaurer s a barber
For ladies and keeps them rn style
They have to keep strll when she s cuttmg
And so she can talk all the x hlle
Dorothy Hermann dispenses
The sodas and sundaes and such
Which none rn the valley can touch
Gwendolyn Drttmer IS runnmg
A Hourrshmg woman s exchange
ess Tollefson out rn Wyornlng
A cowboy IS rldlng the range
Dine Bender works clown at the depot
And calls forth each outgoing tram
Ralph Zachow the popular dentnst
Extracts people teeth wrthout pam
Florence Crbbons And 44 IOO
'Xloxs snts as a model for samts
Neath Ruth Carncross guidance the chlld
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