Edgerton High School - Crimson Yearbook (Edgerton, WI)

 - Class of 1939

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frf LdIH.JUH A Movie of School Lat produced by the an F Ld To the Mothers and Fathers whose constant mterest and support make pOSSlblZ the benefits of a happy school lute LHUIJHHHIJLH Edgerton Wlsconsnn I - ul: Jr "lil ' BLESS UFl339 A DEJIJ'TED mu u an QJJIJJ fill: I!! lil.: DID 'HOT TO BE slighted as attention is focused on the new building' the old high school which has been serving the community faithfully cele brated 1tS thirtieth birthday in March This occasion might have passed unnoticed had it not been for the fact that the Crimson staff decided to use the above sketch which was done by Lee H Salisbury a student in the Edgerton high school and a member of the first graduating class to hold 1ts commencement in this building In communicating with Mr Salisbury who has become a recognized artist the staff found that he and Miss Jessica North were the two sen iors selected to write and deliver the dedicatory speeches thirty years ago The name of Miss Florence Child who generously contributed to the school fund IS especially honored in the history of the high school The building for which she was largely responsible will remain in service with the specialized phases of school life making their home in the new auxil- iary unit. ----v-il 2 O93-+'c Gil 1-Url ffl-' rUIU1l LUHEN THE new auxiliary high school celebrates lts first birthday in October the citizens of Edgerton will realize a dream which has been before them constantly as the enrollment of the high school has in creased and as the curriculum has expanded Thirty years have seen the development of vocal and lnstrumental instruction an expansion of the physical educatlon program a new em phasis in the field of art and the 1n1t1at1on of the home economics and agriculture departments which are a vital part of school life To house these departments to allow more room for lockers and rest rooms and to give students the benefit of modern equ1pment the city of Edgerton with the aid of a government grant has been able to construct the new unit. The fulfillment of this dream will reward all those who for more than a year have made the project their chief interest by contributing their loyal support in the form of financial aid and time. ----0-il 3 l 'P"" HE BLILDINC and equxppmg of the new luxlllary hlgh school and gy mnaslum vull make the school year 1938 1939 stand out as a land mark 1n the hlstory of the Edgerton schools Not smce the bu1ld1ng of the Chxld Hlgh School back 1n 1907 has the board of educatlon had to consider so 'nany perplexmg complex and far reachlng problems Inspectlon of new schools and the11 equ1pment bond sales PWA grants and regula tlons xrregular slte boundarxes constructlon and equlpment plans and spec1f1cat1ons open1ng of b1ds lettmg of contracts qu1cksand sub so1l 1ndust11al commlssxon requlrements labor problems materlals selectlon and constructlon tests all have contr1buted to a year of ceaseless actlvlty on the part of the entlre membershxp of the board of educatlon We are confident that the cltxzenry of Edgerton commltted as lt always has been to good schools recogmzes and apprecxates such careful and consc1ent1ous publlc S9I'V1C6 so unstmtmgly and freely glven The 1939 Crlmson comes at the transltlon pomt between the new and the o'd Overcrowded and madequate laborator1es muslc and band rooms gymnaslum and physlcal educatlon fac1l1t1es and attlc classrooms are to be superseded by the last word 1n school constructlon and equ1p ment What a great and happy day It wxll be when we have our mov1ng day next fall' Our heartlest congratulat1ons to a hard workmg capable and creatlve Cr1mson staff and advxser ARQQQ-'NX Q ffllwws AZ., W' --o-ken 4 6319-- , v v , . . . . . 1 x 2 4 v 9 ' ' , , - - . 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M -A i ' - . i e f ' 7 ' I , Ji ,, - - - :Q , f ' 1 1 1, 1 Z Q -'L L 'J' 1,5 , I I , - rl ' l i E I E li I ml ii T' 94 R A KLAUS DR F W SOUTHWORTH A RATZLAFF C MIDTBON F WILEMAN MRS C V SWEENEY J MRS G O JENSON A GESSERT .30 IBD Ur DUPIIIIUII 3UIDING the school successfully through the year glvlng an average J of 100 to 200 hours of the1r t1me to work on the new bulldlng the seven members of the Board of Educatlon deserve the comphments and thanks of the school and commumty The followmg commlttees have cooperated to determme p0l1Cl6S and admmlstratlon teachers Mrs G O Jenson and Dr F W Southworth bulldlng and grounds Arnold Gessert and Franklm Wlleman purchasmg and finance Mrs C V Sweeney Jr C M1dtb0H and Dr F W South worth ---0-it 1 IE-+w 535111011 Ll :luv rllofllfll 1 FOUP STAR ratmg may be g1ven to the movle of school hfe pro I duced by the sen1ors durmg thelr four years as h1gh school students Although speclal recogmtlon IS due those class members who have soa1ed to stardom because of thelr outstandmg achlevements ln scholar sh1p and act1v1t1es the whole cast has glven Splflt to the drama because of 1tS or1g1nal1ty enthuslasm and refreshxng sense of humor Outstandlng sequences 1n the productlon were developed through three years of effort and seemed to reach a new degree of perfectlon 1n the senlor y ear The first of these saw members of the class of 39 on a wlnnlng foot ball team wh1le others were mus1c1ans ln the band whlch marched 1n for matlon down the new football field The scene sh1fted to the basketball court for the second athletlc se quence as people jammed the crackerbox to cheer a brxlhant team IH cludmg many sen1ors on to the Whltewater tournament Later ln the year athletes gave themr talent to boxmg and baseball In the product1on of the Chr1stmas plays the operetta monologues the forenslc contest and several pep meetlngs class members are to be commended for thelr contrlbutlons Ho dmg 1mportant posltxons on the Tatler staff publ1sh1ng the Crlmson partlclpatlng ln debate formlng a large share of the membershlp of school clubs sen1ors leave V3CaUC16S hard to fill as they step out of thelr roles as h1gh school students Wlth commencement the cast of 39 leaves the studlo of learnlng to the younger stars to carry the movxe of Next Year to greater accom pnshments W-v-gsensnar-.L+-H ' I' J f rl rl I QI- r N K -. -. l H t r , N .... y U , . ' ! 9 7 ' y I s . ' H U ' ' ' y - , . . . y y , ! 7 7 ! 7 ' 7 y , . . , ' H Y! - 1 0 A 0 QQQ QQQOV an Wm can 9 UU U UUUDUUUUIDUDUUD Uuug U U oo fo S M. f.- aw LE, LORRAINE ARMIT Lots of brains and bright red hair, If work's to be done, she'll be there. Class Pres. 25 Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sec. 25 G.R. 1, 2, 3, 45 Treas. 35 Pres. 45 Tatler 45 Crimson 45 Girls' Glee 1, 2, 45 S.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35 Sec. 3. VERA ATTLESEY She's so small it's hard to see her, But when she giggles you'l1 surely hear her. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 F.H.A 45 G.R. 3, 4. ,akjffffwf MW' MARIAN BABCOCK She's a lass from Indian Ford, And she's very seldom bored. G.A.A. 25 Goodfellows 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 G.R. 1, 3, 45 S.A.A. 1,2. 641.4 , 'Ly A A Iytflxd, C1 FRANKLIN BARTZ Frankie ls our baseball star, Has lots of friends both near and far. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4. yy an A 2,4 fn.:-Z CLARENCE "Corky", the captain of the foot- ball team On Jeanette will always beam. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Captain 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Crimson 45 GORDON B YD No sinner or saint perhaps, But well-the very best of chaps. Class Pres. 45 Treas. 25 Oper- etta 1, 2, 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Pres. 45 Tatler 1, 2, 3, 45 Ed. 45 Crimson 45 Boys' Glee 1, 25 Drama Club 45 Christmas Plays 45 Debate 2, 3, 45 Foren- sics 25 Prom Com. 35 S.A.A. 1, 25 Student Council 1. 'r AUCC' +- '3 Flax, I ' . 4 Q'-sa. 3. l ig! .A X s if l 4' 5' f f vu 6-35- Q gg 'TQ-v po M4 fc Q. iv - 'FP I , l ..5- 'Z ,-lI4-.A.4Nl- -V RUTH BRAATEN Much mirth and no madness. All good and no badness. Goodfellows 45 G.R. 45 Girls' Glee 3, 4. MARY BROWN Mary's quite reserved and shyg When asked a favor, she never says Uwhyn? Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 F.H.A. 3, 45 G.R. 2, 3, 45 S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. . I h EDW BULLIAN The coach thinks Eddie is the best To help our team when they're at rest. GMMW Goodfellows 2, 35 Football Student Manager 45 Basket- ball Student Manager 45 Box- ing 15 S.A.A. 2. NORMAN BULLIAN And still they gazed5 their wonder grew, That one head could carry all he knew. Hobby Club 4. W9 WWA As o'er our football held he sped, He our team has always led. Baseball 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 S.A.A. 1, 2. sn ' ff, .fl rdf' ' -,'vU'f f QVJA ffm! 'A GENEVIEVE!BYR.NE A wlnnlng way, a friendly smlle, In all, a girl who's quite worthwhile. Goodfellows 1, 2, 45 G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 1, 3, 45 G.R. 1, 2, 3, 45 Crimson 45 Drama Club 45 Christmas Plays 45 Forensics 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Comm. 3. gff-P A27 MAURICE CARTER Into everything, out of none, He will always have his fun. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper- etta 2, 3, 4, Tatler 1, Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, MM' fl za, ...,. ROLLIN CLARK He doesn't reveal many things, But we know he always sings. Operetta 1, 2, 3 4' Ban , , d 1, 2 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, Boys' Glee 1, 2 3, 4. I MI D COX ' Here's who'll 5 gitend, But is stays a st dfsst friend. G ellows 1 , 3, 4, Band 2, o nsic . ELIZABETH DALLMAN Her lessons Betty always knows, When she smiles her dlmple shows. Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, Opeiecta 2, G.A.A. 2, G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Crimson 4' Girls' Gle 4' S. A.A. 1, 2, 3: K GW' f f Mar-,asia A helping hand she'll always lend Ana gain much friendship ln the end. Social Rep. 4, Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tatler 3, 4, Crimson 4, Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio Z 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Choral Reading 2, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3. BETTY DICKERSON A loyal companion, a splendid friend, A good worker, true to the end. Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, etta 1, 3, 4, GJLA. 1, 2 , G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Social . 4, Girls' Glee 1, 3, ' e Trio 3, 4, S.A.A. 1, ' atler, Crim- son. ' ,f , 1 'ia' A4 ."i 'x sf ' .,,,., J 75. N. 'Q QS VADA DOLEN Always willing to lend a hand. Here's a girl who's truly grand. Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, Operetta 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.R. 1, 3, 4, Tatler 4, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Wu .vb 42 'S ' 0-0 'Z' Zq.,.,.,'x HELEN EA LE Her fiddle and athletic skill Linger in our memory still. Entered from Minneapolis, Minnesota 4' O eretta 4 A tongue that fears not the truth to speak. A boy who is by no means weak. . :Or- chflira tvff Mfr' Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Tatler 1, 2, 3, Crimson 4, Christmas Plays 1, Forensics 1, 2, 3, Boxing 3, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Boys' Quartet 1, 2. DORIS 'n Q ,aa +' WILLARD EDWARDSO .- And when a lady's ln the case ' You know all other things - place. Class V. Pres. 1, Operetta Lif 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Band 2, 3, Prom King 3, Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.A. 1, 2. BEN EWERS The thinklest thinker that ever thunk And at athletics he'll never tlunk. Entered from Wausau, Wis. 3, Goodfellows 4, Operetta 3, 4, Football 3, Basketball 3, Band 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4, Tatler 3, 4, Crimson 4, Boys' Glee 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Boxing 3, S.A.A. 3. JOHN' FARMAN Life is 8. jest, all things show it, I thought so once, but now I know lt. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 2, 3, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Hobby Club 4. FREDERICK FAY It's hard to get you, Mr. Fay, For you have not a word to say, Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.A. 2, Hobby Club 1. GILMAN FOSHICIM You can't miss his carrot top, In boxing he was not a flop. Goodfellows 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Boxing 1, 2, 3, Manager 4. l , . MILDRED GESSERT Mighty sweet dna mighty wise, The fun just twinklw in her eyes. Class Sec. 3, Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, Operetta 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Crimson 4, Girls' Glee 1, 3, 4, Triple Trio 4, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. DONALD GREENE With his pleasing western drawl He has made a friend of all. Entered from Denver, Col. 3, Operetta 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Crim- son 4, Boys' Glee 3, 4. MARIAN GRESS Always smiling and full or cheer In Harlan each day throughout the year. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper- etta 2, G.A.A. 2, G.R. 3, 4, Girl ' lee 2, SAA . 00.2. , 1 4.4.-.0 1 CARLETON HARGREA S Hu straight and mn 55' And plays good ball. Class v. Pres. 3, Goodfellows KM., 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Base- ball 1, 2, Football Student Manager 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Crimson 4, Boys' Glee-'L V 3: Prom Comm. 3, S.A.A. '2, 3. 6 . MARY JANE HAYLOCK Enjoy life ere it's tied: When you die, you're a long time dead. Class Sec. 2, Goodfellows 4, Operetta 1, 2, G.A.A. 3, G.R. 2, Prom Comm. 3, S.A.A. 3. PE RRY HELGESTAD His eyes like stars of twilight ialr, Like twilight, too, his dusky hair. Goodfellows 1, Baseball 3, 4, Hhwwiv 10 -1 ENV F.F.A. 2, 3, 4. f fw- M55 She's as wise as she is fair With light blue eyes and golden hair. Class Treas. 3, Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, G.A.A 1, 6' 2, 3, 4, Social Rep. 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Tatler 4, Crimson 4, Drama Club 4, Pres. 4, Choral Read- ing 2, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. g A494 ..- RO ERT HIPP A Chevy car. a pretty girl, And Bob is ready for a whirl. Baseball 4, Football 3, 4, Hi- Y 4, F.F.A. 1, 2. EINER HOLMAN O! softest manner, unaiiected mind, Lollerdot peace, and friend to man- Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper- etta 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Reporter 4, Boys' Glee 3, 4. . 4,- .'CfLA.1,j' .- Ytlffry-V4,,- KENNETH HOLTAN With that ever bright lmlle A saint he'd begulle. Baseball 41 Football 3, 4: Hi- Y 43 F.A.A. 1, 2. W MQW IE HOOPER Sincere, with manners klnd, A truer trlend ls hard tn Gnd. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, S. A.A. 1, . '-pd!-' . le' Mb, J ACQUELINE J A Her circle of friendship will ever eww: She's the klnd of A girl lt's nice to know. Entered from Pontiac, Michi- gan 4g G.A.A. 43 G.R. 4. GEORGE JOHNSON Listens, but never talks at all, He is a boy admired by all. Goodfellows 3, 4, Operetta. 4, Baseball 3, 43 F.A.A. 2, 3: Boys' Glee 4. .TERROLD JOHNSON Right few expressions do I waste. For talking ls not to my taste. Goodfellows 2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 F.A.A. 2, 35 I!-oys' Glee 3, 4, S.A.A. 1. Lfmgg, Here we ve our blushing king: Though he's bashful, he can sing. Football 1, 2, Class Basketball 3, 45 Golf 15 Operetta 3, 43 Hi- Y 4, Boys' Glee Club 4, Drama Club 4. tr T 3052 Z6 LeROY KEPP Early to bed, and early to rise, And you won't have to give allbls. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 1. ROBERT KERSTEN If he will, he will, you may depend on lt: If he won't, he won't, lhat'S the end of lt. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. 3, 4, Boxing 3, 4. ROBERT IHTTEISON A future farmer, we dare say, Since he belongs to F. F. A. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 3, 4. ? RU RN To be liked by all who know her Is the highest compliment we owe her. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, F.H.A. 45 G.R. 3, 4, S.A.A. 2. ELEAN OR LEIN A heart so kind, a friend so true, Is seldom met the whole world through. Class V. Pres, 4, Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta. 2: G.R. 1, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, om Comm. 3 S.A.A. 1, 2- j' QT' fi f ,Ex JEANNE LUND I'm so happy and so free LQ9 ls all 8. joke to me. Class Social Rep. 25 Goodfel- lows 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 G.R. 1, 2, 43 Tatler 43 Girls' Glee 4, S.A.A. 1, 2. ,fgeiiflf ln 5' 'Ui' MW fffif' We ,azoi -inf Qevwg .TUNE LUND Her hair is gold, her eyes are blue, All a symbol that she is true. Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, G.R. 1, 2, 4, sap. 1, 2, a. ROBERT MCGINNITY A face with gladness overspread, Soft smiles of human kindness bred. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper- etta 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 4, Basketball F. F.A.g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Boxing 4, S.A.A 1. WILLIAM MERRILL When you meet this handsome fel- low You can't help but say, "Hell-o" Football 15 Basketball 1, 23 Boxing 1. Akdu 1-21 fha-oil ' M7 HWZM GEORGE MONNIER Short in stature, sharp of eye, He attracts all who pass him hy. Entered from Fort Atkinson 3, Hi-Y 3, 4 1 4 La RNE NATTER. Heads the show with ceaseless chat- ter, Frivolous, sporty, carefree Natter. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tres.-sl' 1 . WW, HOWARD NELSON "Smile, Howard", said the fairy queen, And there the smile has always been. Football 3, 4, F.F.A. 13 Box- ing 2, 3, 4. Q . - '- JA-f.. x 'L A- A 'r li 'V ll J 'rv .KJ - ,. 2 -fm ll ,J 1: r ,ii Q- 1 v... ' 5 N L, fi 'lg- x, L- 5 if D GEO GE NETTUM Q Though a fanner through and through Still our "Ding" can play hall too. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- Q ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Cap. 3, Foot- ball 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4, F. F.A. 2, 3, 45 Pres. 3, 43 Crim- son 4, S.A.A. 13 Student Coun- D cil 2, 3. MARIAN NETTUM A hty da rl A t e y she's sweet. f, milfs . . J 1, 4, . 1, A. -2 6s- , 0 'N Lg.:-0-Ia j WNW.: ,ga MARGARET O'CONNOR bl. She'll dance her way all through her life, Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper 1, Tatler 45 S.A.A. 1, 2. jo-M. 1, J G N If wa.r's declared, he will aid, Making a big, one man blockade. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, Baseball Student Manager 3, 45 Foot- ball 3, 4p F.F.A. 3, 4, Boxing 3, 4, S.A.A. 1, 2. u u ROBERT OLSTAD He loves Edgerton, the town of his bl th' Y' . He loves his teachers for what they are worth. etta 45 Baseball 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 45 .A.A. 1. D ., F I 1..-VJ PNK Q, 355,35 -"gy ix W D Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper- X9 va, 1 f ,K 1 xp 'O wlxxxvx. QJQ tiki? ,X yfjxlvwi , -lv . Q1 X F 03 JESN ONSGARISXTL TN X, ' As me y as the day is long, .4 'VJ On her lips is always s song. 2 , ' ,f V Entered from Fort Atkinson C' 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, G.R. 2, 3, ,,' 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Triple -Y Trio 2, 3, 4. ' 5 D Forgetful of all care and strife. W ,U etta 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.R. fb v .5 uwldffl-V" Wi Q' Jr,-Q YPEAL' KENNETH PALMER brlght llttle boy wlt.h 8. laughing race Whose every motion is full of grace. Class Treas. 4, Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi- Y 4, Tatler 2, 3, 4, Crimson 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 4, Christmas Play 1, Forensics 4, Choral Reading 2, Boxing 3, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Double Quartet 4. ETHEL PETERS An excellent scholar, ready for fun, Never content 'til her work is done. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper- etta 2, Band 4, Orchestra 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Crimson 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, Drama Club 4, Forensics 1, Prom Comm. 3, Choral Read- wg .A.,2,3. , L My NORMA To every she we MTA,-f HERBERT Here we have a German And can he make the Class V. Pres. 2, Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, Boxing 3, S.A.A. 1, 2. MW gy,-4 1 , ,.?.Z5.f?ZiiZ, The world's no better if we worry, Lii'e's no longer ll we hurry. Football 4, F.F.A. 3, 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, S.A if MLM ...2?f.f.f44zi In basketball he was an ace, For all the rest he set the pace. Baseball 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 'Jana 76'-'Z SW? ELIZABETH SHEARER Sip! Happy. skillful, Pretty too, Good graces from the fates she drew. Operetta 2, G.A.A. 1, G.R. 1, Crimson 4, Girls' Glee 1, 2, Accompaniest both Glee Clubs 3, 4, Triple Trio Accompanist 3, 4, Forensics 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Stu- d t Co nc' 22... I " z,y,,fu:m!a A-E"'ff2f1f""'M-ff im I-1EARl-Epg,,,,,, Is her interest in the band Z444' Helped by the lea.der's guiding hand? Class Social Rep. 1, Goodfel1ip,C,,g4, lows 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Sec. of Ban 4- Orchestra 1 2 3 4' G.A.A. 1, G.R. 1, 2, 'sg' drilhson 4,,Zuf Girls' Glee 1, 2, Triple Trio 1,74- 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY S ERMAN As brlmful of mischief, wit, and glee, As ever A human soul could be. Goodfellows 1, 2 3, 4, Oper- etta 2, G.A.A. 1, 4, G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tatler 4, Girls' Glee 1, , S.AA. 1, 2, 3. , ,af -vo 5,5344 LLIAM SOLIEN He can narrate, orate, debate, We expect hlm soon to stump the state. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper- etta 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Tatler 1, 2, 3, 4, Crimson 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, Debate 4, Choral Reading 2, S.A.A. 1, 2. HORACE SOUTHWORTH He nobly struts before the band And whirls his stall' with expert hand. Goodfellows 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Football Manager 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Drum Ma'or 2, 3, 4, Orchestra A Hi-Y 4, Crimson Prom L BARBARA STIFF What would be rarer under the sun Than Barbara at school with lessons undone. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.A. 2. 3. ALICE TUCKER A smnll girl with a. big heart Always willing to do her part. G.R. 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Valaoftieb Mwwv J-'J-YJ MORRIS VENDEN He'll own a farm some nne day, And his gultsr he'll always play. Goodtellows 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Box- ing 3, 4, S.A.A. 1, Hobby Club 4. LAWRENCE VEUM In valn for faults of his we pry, His nature is quiet, reserved, and shy. F.F.A. 3, 4, S.A.A. 1. ERNA WALLMOW No eonquem une, but wer lm-self d :rea- Cl . No arts esslyed, but not to be admired. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. GLORIA HUBBELL Because of illness. Gloria has not been able to attend school this year. Nevertheless, she remains a member of the class of 1989 ln the minds of her classmates. JEANNE WESCOTT Here's to the girl with 'a heart and a. smile Who makes this bubble of lite worthwhile. Class ocial Rep. 3, Go fel- low 2, 3, 4, --u' a . 3, I ' 1 , QTY . Q ' , , :Ta 13.g: e .. . - ' irl ' e , , , 4, p A 1, 2, 3, 4, st 1' , 4 t A 2 . .. ' ays 1, Forensics 3, Pro Comm. 3, Choral Reading 2, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Stu- dent Council 4. GEORGE WILEMAN He works with all his might and maln If he thinks there's something to gain. Class Pres. 3, Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tatler 2, Crimson 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, Prom Comm. 3, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Boys' Quar- tette 1 2 Double Quartet e 4- LL ' A . . .' ,af-1.4 I fn ,,.,A. -LI ' 4 ITT,-'Y'-ff? df, fo 'li ' PAUL soN This fellow would n doctor be And with his brains, win his degree. Class Pres. 1, Goodfellows 1, 2, 4, Operetta 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Crimson 4, Drama Club 4, Christmas Plays 4, Forensics 4, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Student Bouncilb 4. I i42'W4..j"f .-I TW! - 0 This chap com or . With his name he'll not be bored. Goodfellows 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Hi-Y 4, Prom Comm. 3, S.A.A. 1, 2, 3. , PM W' fp ggi! Q Happy am I, from care I'm free, Nothing there ls that bothers me. Goodfellows 1, 2: 3, 4, - etta 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, , Tat- ler 4, G.R. 4' Glee 3, S.A.A. 2. Z GI D Q 1: Q S Q Q Q 'Q SS X 5 Q49 5 Q96 S HU Q f b ,f fl! .. 1 gv' QQUUU D C ovnnno QUUODBB 'Q 7000 000 99 B969 000 O X Q90 offs O -- 0 'UGG f 'A Q fb 'Li 33.3 .QM 3+ ,Adi XQX klxlx--yr' -ffhl ,, H+- mn hrs nn F Schoentieldt R Wlleman E Shannon C Sweeney R Telletson L Yow N Yoss V bchmelmg B North C, Sperry G Oliver B Stark J McGlnnity E Severson K Pease J Nelson A Starum V Venden June Olson B Peterson M Southworth Janet Olson L Vlney V Wentworth D Skau B Onsgard R Maves R Woerth H Ylvisaker R Peterson W Miller M Roherty M Smith M Senkel C Riley P Ness V Nettum L Stricker S Marsden D Hubler M Carrier B Hubbell J Devine A Evenson M Furseth J Foshelm M Benner R, Gelse Jeanette Kramer R Chapman S Bradley H Gress 1' Jenson J Byrne A Jacobson N Holman D Kruckenberg J I-Iensel I Johnson J Hitchcock L Gardiner K L Marsden L Anderson L Maves Jean Kramer D Goede M Anderson Miss Olsen B epp J Jagodltch D Doerr D Klttleson L Christiansen C Llllngson B Haggerty L Heller JUIIIDII M1155 HE CLIMAX of the year for the class of 40 was the Prom gxven on May 19 The class also sponsored many socxal hours and provlded the school wxth a mckelodxan whlch they rented The Junlor offlcers were James Devme, presxdent, Bob Glese, VICE president, Bonnle Peterson, secretary, Jack Jagodltch treasurer, and Raymond Chapman, soclal representatxve Mlss Olsen advxsed the group --visa 18 062+-M fr , I 8 I - - - I in 4 1 ' r 2 n I 1 'W 3 'J 0 J tu up V -- , 1 as w Z , 4 -MO x . ' ' r- 1 1 rl I -. I I X t n jzfny Q ' ,J so Q ., . 15, V, . 3a YY- N- If ,seg X C, IX Adolphson C nwers M Leln C Endxcott B Anderson W Bartz V Geske R Balke J Holtan R.. Legler B Biederman R Jenson M Heller R Lyke J Bruhn C Fitzke E Maves R Kapke W Learn Y Hargreaves K Carter M Collins K Jenson J Devine S Kersten I Anderson L Boyd L Houge Helen Leln F Eckhardt R Jenks C Bradley T Dlcklnson B Fllster B Leln L Falverson C Ford D Harned J Dodge Harriet Lein C Ford J Hallett J Bosbon E Kjendle D Wheeler R Legler J Wescott R Pierce M Tracy J Southworth J Twesm G Richardson I Riedle F Wllberg V Trick J Zwergel M Peterson E Olson R Sommervold L Zaborek C Stanke R North B Wentworth K Trulson B Zwergel C Nelson A Platek L Oren E Pease D Olson H Stewart D Smith R Telsberg S Reppen M Skar H Palmlter M. Olstad C Price M Splitter L Nickel M Roeber R. Nelson B Ness R Sweeney M Pett H Stricker M Schroeder Miss Dullng .JURJIIJIIIUJI Ll H539 HE SOPHOMORE Class thls year was led by Jay Dodge presldent Kenneth Trulson, v1ce presldent, Dorothy Olson, secretary Irene Anderson, treasurer, and Marcella Tracy, soclal representatlve The class of '41 was well represented ln school 3Ct1V1t19S and gave a party for the Freshman Mlss Dulmg was the class advlsor --0-KE! 19 u62'v0-H I' " I I l I fy , , X3 F X I J ' ': -'v' . ' X 'YA ' - ' - L' 1 ' X o J 1 , .. qs , v . , v . , I D. rw lie.. 1 Q? T' It - . rs' I, 5 L. I B. ,." ,. ,. ' ,. ,. ,. ,. rl r I 'J r I' I r T E. .. - :J , I - ' 3 C Nelson A Olson 0 Schuette N Weiss E Staff Mr Bloss F Learn L Olson C Wlttlg A Legler G Schieldt J Wlleman B Iynts G Plerce M Marsden C Kruckenberg C Middleton D Lund H Starum N Whitford I Thompson P Larson M Richards G Stockstad B Schumacher J North R Lengel V Vollman W A Ratzlafl' V Sanger R Olson R Nelson J Saunders A Lletz L Learn P E Tucker R A Smith E Smlthback Y Llndberg D Sherman M, Schuette W Splitter J Severson B Strlcker H Spaulding H Pearson D Schumacher P Sweeney D Nelson M Showers H Hantke D Bublitz D Crandall R Babcock A Anderson K Enger C Hensel L Clark W Fay L Johnson H Holman Johnson K, Brown M Dawe F Fay M Jenson H Jenson L Donslad L Amundson M Hubbell L Kaufman H Cruse R Bublltz I Anderson D Hennle G Hanson D Kravlk J Dolen L Harrled C Armlt 0 K1ernes E Kogle R Harrison W Kelley J Hanson J Furseth R Doerr M Bartz B Eastman F Heller J Hurd S Bartz R Algrlm L Brown C Hubbell B Elllngson R Hlppe C Gardiner A Jacobson D Haggerty W Hanan FI 553111111111 LLIISP F NTHUSIASM IS the word for th1S year s freshman class wh1ch was led .s by Charles Hubbell, presldent, Norman Whltford v1ce-presldent, Ben Eastman, secretary and treasurer, and Carman Nelson, SOC1al representa txve The freshmen gave the sophomores a party and had 100472 m the Good Fellows Club contest Mr Bloss was the class advlsor -4-get 20 UGRLQ-M , I I-: 5 I iid silk . 'll 'li 1 H fl f ' ' ' s. Mahthey, R. Rubnsky, c. Townsend, Teflefson ' ' ' A. ,'. ,T ,D .l ,r .'q ,'.' , . , . , 4 PY ' r' ra i r J r X ... ' ' U . . , . . . . , . . ' is QQ O rx S X 99 9 66565 3 09 Hobby flu G A CHM BO CLEE CUB O UDB onuunmm gn BHNU F A D H Urchesfra UU U0 f U G Bun UGG 90 6066 0 f 0 Ogg R Q Q II IIIELS " 5 5 , S Q I Q7 Q QS ' Q0 S V Q YAUQ XX mga? 0 9 , ,gg X A A 999 V . I -a , E' ' Pi 'f V", I: L r f'-.I X b A ' Y-J A 'QT SON 625MB F H A Q7 ng, FURENSII5 Y Q9 Way ,. yy 5 00' r : f - H ' ' N' -'X 1 U U U' ' X I I ov F ' . UD noon 0 m9 000, n 0 'O 7 00 90 on 0 o 0 on oU 0 O ' . , O ax CCG 9 A ' 1 A it G G N tt D H Ebbott E Sh H S h th M Shelre byW LHpp GBy Cl-Igr MSIIBE Gest ByJ IPVKK BDK KPAI D !3111111oDI1 O PRESENT a mov1e of school l1fe was the alm of the Crlmson staff The art department under the able dlrectlon of Mr Pelz made the orlglnal cover deslgn and prlntmg for the d1v1s1on pages to carry out the motlf The staff wishes also to thank Mr Kenneth Carter local prlnter Mr Oscar Hanson photographer and the Welsh Manufacturmg Company who helped to make the book a success The staff dedicated the 1939 Crlmson to the mothers and fathers because of their contmuous mterest ln school act1v1t1es and thelr gener oslty nn provldlng a new school bulldlng. --v-EE: 22 062-0-H In ' e - . l 1 1 Q . 1 . -vn- . 1 A - - J '. f A I .-1. , , I I . , 0 . -.. , .. "' Q 1 -' 1 1 1 0 6 3 . 1' 9 4 ' - . - 1 - , s '-' . .. L. rm , . Wileman, E. Peters, . e um, E. allman, . , . earer, . out wor , . r Miss Ham , . Solien, '. i e, D. Greene, . rne, . ar eaves, . m h, . wers M. ser . G, o d, . Wesco t, . 'il inson, . ic erson, . mer, M. evine r w v r rl , .... 1 - 9 . . . . . . , , 0 ' v ' Y 7 1 7 . . . . . . . . . R Tel berg B B ede ma I A er J North M Rlcha d H Palmlt G By E Pet L b L W J rgen n P Wllkl M Smith M Rnhe ty H Je Mi Mlichell S huette G B yd E H ppe K Pal B Ly 11111111111 Ll U3 LUITH a membershlp of 21 the Drama Club staged an enthuslastlc come-back and establlshed ltS8lf as an lmportant part of the school s 8CtlVltleS It Justlfied xts exlstence by a successful pep meetmg for the Stoughton football game and the presentatlon of two plays Not Qulte Such A Goose and The Beau of Bath Students were gxven a chance to w1n honorary membershlp ln thls organlzatlon by partxclpatlon 1n ltS act1v1t1es Pomts were glven on the baS1S of ongmal 1d63S and the type of work done "4-il 23 lT'9"" H bb ll B a Pa F wnb g ustcxi-Euougerrayosmmwspln NY Jn anmved wsan WFayCSu1keHHlma Loe JI-Lao LNiekelRNmAR.aLz1afr M Kerr R Algrim R Nei c B A Legle 0 Kje es A Jacob 0 s Manthey H Spauldi g R.Doe N1soDLuaPL Pcc edwnaaoswkaa 1103 IFIUJ HIS YEAR saw the beginning of two new and very popular aCt1V1t16S the Archery Club and the Model Builders Both 3,CtlVlt16S were under the supervislon of Mr Kerr The Archery Club was organized for boys who wanted to make their own archerv equipment and become skillful with the bow Most of the boys had finished the1r equipment by the end of the first semester Soon after this they started to practlce and many became proficient archers Miss Bayer helped them in learning the art The officers were Donald Smith presldent and Stewart Manthey secretary treasurer The Model Bu1lders organized 1n order that they might learn more about airplane building. Norman Bullian acted as instructor and presi- dent, and Clifford Price was the secretary treasurer M-v-I-fan 24 :Gr-rf-N Q E Tucker D Goede R. Chapman I-I P I ter K Ca t r J G B yd W Sollen B Biede man E Hippe V Dolen B Ewe J Devine K Pal er M Richa ds L Arnu d on V Went orth D Sherman M Ska: M T acy R Teisberg I Anderson M Ha by LQQJ' L Armlt P Sweeney M OC nn r M Smith G Ste art M Yo ng M Devine B Ly ts B Peters D Vollman M Roherty M Senkel J Wesc lf. J Lu d B Dlckerlcvn R. Smith H Pearso D Hagg ty WY 'J 1 L..fl mfr if speclal elght page edltlons for holldays Efforts were made to lmprove storles wlth descrlptlve words and phrases and speclal stress was lald on var1at1on ln the style of wrltmg Ideas for lmprovement were recelved through an exchange wxth other schools ETATLER publlshed many mlmeographed 1ssues thls year wlth The WISCODSIH Hlgh School Edltors Conference at Madlson October Z2 was attended by Gordon Boyd Betty Dlckerson Kenneth Palmer B111 Qohen and Paul Wllkmson Pranse and credlt were gxven our paper for lts colorful headlng clever cartoons and even margms The representatives came back wxth mformatlon on how to further the success of our paper "4-il 25 If-4"" K V e e 1 Pl D B l 1 . , . , , . ami , . re J 'VAX g of ' r,,.' .nts ,,1-'l w'1'.i!g.nSr?, Q, .vr., m D . Q . , . , ,. ,A ' ,n.nZ lv O , ein n , . , el fs lf . -5. .I lljkfpxxglv be up 5, f ff r f' ,fl "I'f1'l' pr ' OBP" . ,., L n u . su .1 . . f ' A4 l-l Pearson Y Lundberg M. Schuette M Pett R. A Telsberg M Skar B Stricker L Johnson C Armt L Brown E N Pease Miss Olsen F Leam H J Cruse A Anderson J North M Schroeder B Wentworth I Anderson B Adolphson B Lynts J Bruhn F Heller H Lein J Furseth H Stewart E Olson R A Olson V Sanger A Platek D Vollma.n R. Lengel L Amundson B Ness E Kjendle M Jen on J Dolen M Richards J Severson J Devine B Blederman J Saunders Y Hargreaves M Collins P Tellefson V Trlck I Riedel C Middleton M Gress E Wallmow M Young G Byrne R. Braaten B Stark G Schultz J Onsgard B ad R L M C x E Peter D Sherman S r ley earn o s Miss Klenow M Smith B North V Dolen V Attlesey M Babcock H Gress Jeanne Lund J Wescott L Christxansen D Doerr P Ness M Brown V Nettum E Dallmsn M A Southworth K Pease V Wentworth B Kepp J Nelson I Johnson D Kruckenburg W Muller R Woerth B Onsgard B Stiff June Lund M Benner E Hippe J Jaquet B Peterson M L Devine M Anderson K Reilly J Olson B Haggerty A Tucker M Roherty B Dickerson M Gessert E Leln Jeanette Kramer L Armlt E Severson Jeanne hramer M Senkel 5 rl Jlffiprw 5 I N IMPRESSIVE formal 1n1t1at1on of members, a successful Father Daughter banquet, the Washlngton s Boy Glrl party wlth 1ts colomal motlf, the tradltlonal Mother Daughter tea, a Lenten pageant, and msta' latlon of next year s offlcers were among the lmportant events ln the G1rl Reserve calendar thlS year Servmg as cabmet members, Lorralne Armlt, Mlldred Gessert Jea nette Kramer, Eleanor Lem, Bonnle Peterson, Elleen Severson Betty Dlckerson, and Jean Kramer were adVlSCd by MISS Olsen and Mxss KIGHOXV -wi,-:El 26 U93-4' ' . , U I . ,Y 3 ' ' 0 n . A v X rl ' ' J - A . , l 3 ' ' ' l l l l , 1 ' E. Kagle, D. Haggerty, mf Roeber, ha, Tracy, 6. Bradley, M. A. showers, P. Sweeney, J I rg r r' r F J i i . i i l ,1 . , ,. , . , . , . . . . I - . . . I X. Mr Pacey R Olslad P Helgestad K Holton K Trulson R Kerslen G Ollver J Foshenm L Veum G Pierce M Venden C Brown C Frxtzke C Nelson O Kjernes R Bublltz E Smllhback R Lyke D Wheeler G Richardson S Kersten J Bosbon D Kravlk 'VI Furseth 0 Schleldl E Staff R Algrlm C Kruckenberg L Ogden S Reppen E Holman Cleo Ford Clement Ford R Sommervold M Peterson L Harrxed D Nelson R Hlppe R Legler D Hubbler G Nettum E Vlney J Hurd A Lietz A Legler D Klttleson O INICPEASE the number of successful farmers IS the a1m of the future farmers organlzatlon vwhlch mamtams a membershlp of nearly fiftv Under the guldance of M1 Pacey and Mr Ham1lton, the boys have met once a month thls year and haxe enjoyed such funct1ons as the father son banquet, the servmg of the F H A dmner and a seasonal sports pro gram Blg events of the year were the school fa1r and the Judgmg contest Vlhen the school year IS ow el, club members carry on summer work ln the form of projects and look forward to a Camplhg tr1p '-vfwu 27 nw-+ X -of Q X A n I I I I 1 n I - - x J C ' A' V . - X , V ' ' 5 x, - , . - , , . X. 1 - , ' X., , R. McGlnnity, J. McGinnlty, N. Holman, S. Marsden, R. Hippe, R. Kittleson, W. Schiefelbein, I" I' rl r J r ul I J , . . L x. , . . V . . . . v , . ' . v n ' 1 , ' M Hubbell E Clark L Johnson H Gress G Byrne E Severson M Splitter L Zaborek J Hallett M Skar I Anderson E Kjendle J Bruhn M Brown H, Leln J H Cruse B Lynts Y Lindberg A Starum M Leln M Olstad H Leln D Olson V Attlesey M Babcock L Gnrdlner J Olson F Jenson A Anderson M Richards I Thompson D Kruckenburg J Byrne J Twesme V Wentworth K Pease F Fay M Dawe V Gardiner R Learn L Brown F Heller B North C Armlt J Severson J Furseth M Jenson B Strlcker J Saunders J North L Leam L Anderson L Chrlstlansan E Kogle D Harried E Olson H Starum P Tellefson J Dolen M A Bartz A Olson Miss Bilstein V Sanger R A Olson B Anderson M Schroeder E Maves B Flxster ff I APPIER PEOPLE in better homes is the a1m of the Future Home makers Association which included a large number of guls inter ested in home economics Under the guidance of Miss Bilstein, advisor, and the following offi cers Alice Starum, president Eileen Severson, vice-president, Irene Anderson, secretary Helen Leln, tieasurer, and Harriet Leln and Kath erme Pease, social chairmen, the organization has carried on many ac tivities including a hallowe en costume party, a mother-daughter banquet a home talent show to earn money for a summer camping trip, prepara- tions for a booth at the state fair, and various educational trips. Special credit is due the girls for their serving at several school banquets. -.-o-ies 28 l9i'4"" M OConnor B Kepp M Tracy C Bradley M Collins H Stewart R Teisberg P Sweeney M Showers E Pease L Armlt M Benner E Hlppe E Peters H Earle B North M. Nettum R Smith B Onsgard V Dolen M. Schuette F Learn Y Lindberg H Pearson B Wentworth M Richards V Sanger B Lynts B Ness M Splitter G Stewart Miss Bayer I Johnson J Lund R Woerth M Roherty J Nelson J Severson J North R Lengel L Amundson L Donstad J Jacquet B Peterson M Devine J Zwergel C Middleton A Platek V Trick I Riedel L Brown F Fay S Bradley B Schumacher D Haggerty M Heller L Learn B Elllngson B Biederrnan J Devlne M Skar B Hooper M Young B Dickerson V Wentworth M Senkel J Wescott l 1 ITH a membershlp of 75 the G A A conducted a full program of seasonal sports basketball agaln takmg the foreground ln popu larlty 141rst honors ln the class tournament thxs year went to the semors Other sports lncluded soccer, volley ball, rmg tenms, pmg pong, and klt tenball Candy bar sales after school and at games contrlbuted nn a large way to the finances of the orgamzatlon, enabhng It to glve a successful boy glrl partv whxch was enJoyed by many members Representatlves were chosen from each class to attend the seasonal Play Days At the annual banquet awards were glven to those who partlclpated ln all sports -no- l 29 IEE'-40" W. Miller, A. Jacobson, B. Haggerty, L. Halverson, Y. Hargreaves, M. Rneber, D. Vollman, 1 rl rl J ul J I ul J v ' . ,. . . . -rs. 'nf MA WL JD PS WW -Bfll' POACHED by Mr Hamburg the debate team had a very successful J season The questlon resolved That the Unlted States should form an all1ance w1th Great Brltam proved to be a very t1mely toplc As well as debatlng teams ln 1ts own d1StI'1Ct Edgerton had the honor of com petlng w1th larger chools at the Mllwaukee tournament Another 1mport ant meet was held at W'h1tewater January 21 where they won four de bates and lost two George Wlleman W1ll1am Sollen Gordon Boyd senlors James De v1ne a Junlor and Wlllard Learn and Thomas Dlckmson sophomores recexved gold Es whnch were a new type of award this year Patrlcla Sweeney and Mary Ann Showers, freshmen, were awarded certlficates for thelr fine work. --v-ken 30 063+- S - Z . I .' 'Q '-if x , 4a --- L, ' " " -' " ' E 5 ' " 33 e 4 Y 4 , . 2 4 .3 " 2 7' -J 1. : ir. .. v . Y - . ,4 K . l I I G. Wileman, W. Solien, Mr. Hamburg, G. Boyd, T. Dickinson ' . . Showers, . earn, . evine, . weeney K . D I- r' r ' r' 7 -J -l -A ' ! . H . . , .. . . . . ,, . . , . , - . . S . l . - v r 9 ' v 1 1 9 3 ' I g 7 ! . , . . . . H-L ff Us W Kelly M Tracy H Cruse G Schultz J Onsgard S Bradley B Stark G Hanson A Starum, E Pease I Johnson G Stewart D Edwardson V Nettum B Onsgard J Bruhn E Clark A Platek B North B Adolphson A Johnson C Bradley R Olson B Haggerty E Lem H Lem H Stewart C Armlt J Furseth D Sherman B Kepp J Kramer M Marsden D Haggerty L Halverson J Lund H Pearson R Braaten B Dallman V Venden J Kramer M Anderson J Twesme Miss Adams M Olstad M Gessert M Devme R Smith D Crandall J Devme L Armit M Brenner E Shearer b fn bLEELll HE GIRLS Glee Club, vshlch has been 1mprov1ng steadlly durmg the past few years reached a total of 54 members and showed great accomplishments thls year, lncludmg lts excellent performance at the mld wmter muslcale A group was selected from the entxre glee club to partl clpate 1n the southern Wlsconsm muslc contest thls year Constantly 1n demand for school and local programs, the glrls trlple trxo has proven 1tS popularlty Speclahzmg ln three part harmony, thls group also entered the southern W1scons1n muslc contest Mlss Jean Adams dlrected both groups -ogg! 31 l93?4"' pn Vtollns C Hargreaves H Southworth C Middleton H Earle D Sherman E Olson Y Hargreaves R ennpman B Schumacher J Jagoditch Clarlnets J Southworth R Harrison Saxophone W Sollen D Bublltz Comets H Ebbott D Goede D Schumacher Flutes M Shearer W Ratzlaff M Southworth Cello L Yow M Leln Bass Vlol L Kepp Drums B Hubbell L Boyd Bassoon J Dodge Conductor M O Boyd Urlbrl fulfill WENTY SEVEN muslclans, seven of whom were semors, gave thelr talent to the orchestra th1s year One of the finest groups ln Southern WISCODSID, It was the only orchestra to recelve a first d1v1s1on ratlng at the Whltewater d1str1ct tournament last year Under the dxrectlon of Mr Boyd, the organ1zat1on played at the annual concert of the muslc depart ment glven m February and entered the southern WISCOHSIH mus c tourna ment agam thls year The strmg quartet wh1ch part1c1pated 1n a number of programs was composed of Helen Earl, Yvonne Hargreaves, Carleton Hargreaves, and Leonard Yow --o-it 32 O62-0-N Nm-el ffaasfafitw 1 Sch f t S F he m P W H g W Lea W J e H to S h L Ma d H Ebb tt R Chapma D G e W Sol W Lt C E E Rood E g B E P H S uth :II I HE HIGH pomt IH the year of the H1 Y was ltS annual Father Son Banquet held on March 27 Roundy Coughlm was the speaker and D L Jones acted as toastmaster At several tlmes durlng the season the boys used the gym for basketball when thev met on Wednesday mghts Wlth Mr Edward Rood as advlsor these offlcers led the group DTGSI dent Ben Ewers VICE president Raymond Chapman secretary treasurer Pxchard Plerce and sargeant at arms G1lman Foshelm -M-eras 33 c6240--U X G wilema J FBYIHBD J J fl E H In S W J fge ssAdm DGe8e C GJh BE EShal' R Babcock R. Peters K P m B A d N Wh If d E Tucke dll 5 bl.-- IUJ N LOVE TO HEAR boys slng IS an exclamatxon frequently heard when an audlence gathers for a musmal event Wh1Ch mcludes selec tlons for male volces The slxteen boys whxch form the glee club under the dlrectxon of Miss Adams have not only prov1ded enjoyment on several programs dur 1ng the year but have added greatly to the success of assembly s1ng1ng The boys double quartet COI1SlStlIlg mostly of glee club members also appeared on sex eral programs Ehzabeth bhearer was the accompamst fol both groups -+-EE! 34 -l?'4' 36 Hab R WL JDel Pwllkl KPI ESI! MSithG y BBld PS yMl Mlihl rDrlr.IlJlL3 HE INCREASING mterest ln speech work IS proven by the fact that fifty one students enrolled m five forenslcs groups ln preparatxon for the el1m1nat1on contest After several weeks of coachlng under the dlrectlon of Miss Mltchell the contestants were heard by Mr Hamburg and Mlss Hamby who chose the ten wlnners to go on to the local contest From the ten plctured above the five wmners Barbara Blederman Genevleve Byrne Kenneth Palmer James Devme and Wxllard Learn con tested wxth other schools at Stoughton Kenneth Palmer honored by first place there partlclpated III the next contest at Delavan -4-il 35 IB?" 3- 1 1 'Q awgwyifj M ljfwi W, WK fi Nr- Lf' 'X LL, I-f ' wb it w' L lv 1 I " , if bf' Q JUIIIUB P30111 Ii EIGNING over the annual Junior Prom which was held in the high I school gymnasium on May 19 were his majesty, Raymond Chapman, and his queen, Bonnie Peterson. Swirling couples in a modernistic setting, rhythmic music by Foster Diley and his orchestra, soft melodies by the vocalists, and a pervading friendly spirit made the little kingdom of the Junior class a fun lover's Utopia. Class members and seniors enjoyed a royal banquet served by the band mothers before the dancing began, and, together with their guests, found many compliments during the evening for the loyal workers, under the guidance of Miss Olsen, who were responsible for the success of the evening's festivities. --'-rises 36 63+- lfrflfi N rx. Maj 2 M HM! fl COLORFUL narrative of modern college life th!-fperetta produced I by the high school in three performances on May 0 and 6 proved a highlight in entertainment features during the year Although special recognition is due the stellar performances of those in leading roles the whole cast of Campus Daze deserves credit for a surprizingly mature and finished production. Since this was the first time that the speech and music departments combined their efforts for a single project, its success is significant. Miss Mitchell and Miss Adams directed the production while Mr. Boyd pro- vided the accompaniment. ---o l 37 85+-' N! Clsrlnets: J. Southworth, G. Boyd, B. Schumacher. M. Price, R. Harrison, B. Nalan, L. Williams, A. Schoenfeldl, M. Roherty, M. Collins, J. Jagoditch, T. Dickinson, P. Dwyer, M. Pett, R. Pierce, J. Hurd, R. Clark, R.. McGlnnlty,N. Yossg Trumpets and Comets: H. Ebbott, R. Chapman, D. Goede, D. Schu- macher, E. Peters, D. Olson: French Horns: J. Devine, M. Cox, G. Hanson, I. Riedel: Bus Horns: M. Roeber, L. Yow, L. Kepp, H. Palmiter: Tympanl: S. Bradley: Drunl: L. Boyd, B. Hubbell, R.. Kerr, Flutes: M. Southworth, Y. Hargreaves, W. Ratzlaff, M. Shearer: Snxophones: M. Carrier. B. Dallman, ' ' K .K LBl.lk'C.I-lar eaves, D Bublltz, W. Solien, Bassoon: J. Dodge, Trombones: R. Bal e, J ramer, . rc er, gr H. Southworth: Oboe: R. Ebbott: Baritone: C. Price, Banner and Flag: S. Hatch, T. Shearer, and D tor' Maurice Boyd. Vw? BHIID ' HE SCARLET uniformed band, headed by its color guard and drum major, Horace Southworth, and directed by Maurice O. Boyd, was the pride and joy of Edgerton hearts as it marched down the new football field last fall. Climaxing its concert activity at the February program when Ray- mond Dvorak, university band leader, acted as guest conductor, the organization received praise for its great precision and mature technique. Contributing largely to the success of the band, the mothers raised money this year for new uniforms, especially those worn by the color guard. A new banner was also donated by the band mothers. To augment the instruments of the organization, the school purchased one pair of tympani, a bass horn, four French horns, an oboe, a bassoon, and a small drum. The band attended the music festival held this year at Milton. ---v-lea 38 1451+- - n D nag 69 699 'X f 9 gg :mu Uuunwnnunuuguu 0 x-MN A X ni- f 3 AA 0 rl F' lf C Hargreaves R Balke W Schlefelbem L Ogden M Venden C Sweeney R Wlleman H. Ebbott H Schachtschnexder E Bullian Mgr G Wlleman V Schmellng D Goede R Pierce R Gelse G Foshelm F Bartz C Baukln A Burdick R McGmn1ty H Nelson R Chapman rD!Jl'.lflLL HE TOBACCO CITY football team, playmg 1tS home games under the llghts of the new field at Central Park, dlsplayed masslve power ln defeatmg almost every opponent th1s year The team functloned perfectly w1th no one man partlcularly better than the others, for they were all out standmg players 1938 Football Schedule Sept 23 Edgerton Lake Mills Sept 30 Edgerton Monroe Oc Edgerton Fort Atkinson Oct Edgerton Wi consin High Oct Edgerton Wayland Jr Coll Oct Edgerton Stoughton IN-ov 2 Edgerton Watertown N-wifes 40192,-L+' ' ' ' ' -I-'M -v-nv...fn 1 n ,. , : ' Y," ! J C f x Q '- p 0. J : . x '24 . n - ' 1 'I . . -l - y. 1-. - --wwf . -V w R. Hippe, E. Viney, K. Holtan, P. Schuette, G. Nettum, L. Natter, K. Trulson, r' ' r r I' , . . . 21 0 . 7 0 t. 7 27 0 . 15 7 5 13 . 21 6 . . 6 , 28 20 8 ' . 6 13 1938 Basketball Schedule Cb ,Aj N Q Jagoditch E Vlney J Devlne Coach C M Lwers H Schachtschnelder L Natter G Nettum R Wlleman F Bullian Mgr R Gelse F Bartz C Hargreaves P Schuette Capt R Chapman C Baukm R Sweeney HE EDGERTON Hxgh School basketball team was an exceptxo lly good one thlS year Usmg Coach Ewer s short pass system, the team tled Stoughton for second place IH the Southern SIX Conference At the close of the season our boys journeyed to the Wh1tewater Tournament and captured another second place They defeated Oconomo- woc and Whxtewater Clty High advancmg to the finals to lose a heart breaker to Delavan Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec ec Jan Jan Edgerton Edgerton Edgert Jn Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgert pn Milton Lmon Janesvllle Horlcon Delavan Deaf Alumni St Paul Central Fort Atkinson Watertown Ld gerton Ld gerton Edgerton W alertown 21 Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb March 3 Edgerton Edgerton Fdgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Tou rna ment Oconomowoc Whitewater Delavan W-+L.-:QI 41 U67-li-+0 Wisconsln Hugh Monroe Stoughton Watertown Fort Atklnson Wlsconsm Hugh Monroe Stoughton lr N ll ' l 3 J l l A fs A 1: 1 2 1 V , P 3 1 5 : 7 . 4 " :I - -" J " ' 1 -4 1 f A r f I ' A ,I , I A l . 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Z4 36 ' 33 . 10 23 ' D . 27 26 , 28 . 17 44 ' ' ' . . 6 27 ' 21 . 24 26 . 10 1 26 27 32 1 17 8 1 26 ' 25 23 M 35 A D H ebl r C Frll K8 E Ka f B Ea lm C S N B K C H ff N V Schmel g K J J H J Wl L H B0 b K H d R P L H Spa ldl g N A R L gl J S D K Ill H N ls S Ma T ul J MCG y Ba lil M Gi Jllllllb 'HEN TWELWE boys ranging in welght from ninety eight to two hundred and eight pounds were called before the assembly in April they received little golden gloves as trophies to show their superiority in boxing These boys had come through the first all school matches which test ed the skill of about forty entrants The wmners from the semifinals then participated in the final matches from which emerged the twelve triumphant trophy winners ready to defend the name of Edgerton in com petition with other schools Losers in the finals were sometimes used as substitutes. Howard Iwelson on the basis of being judged the fightingest fight- er was awarded the trophy annually presented by the Wisconsin To- bacco Reporter. --'WLFEI 42 IST-lL4"" .J Ay S a K 1, 1 v H spauldi g p, W gg g Y B Y c P r B B Vkhlf R x C, D Kttl R Ol Lad B 1 1 c, ix L P Ii f :J BALL N SPITE of the fact that the weather thls Sprmg prevented the base ball squad from carry mg a full schedule Mr Bloss coach of thls first ranklng nat1onal sport managed to whxp hlS slxteen men mto shape for four games Th1s group was chosen from a much larger number of boys who an swered the call for trvouts Robert McG1nn1ty acted as captam whlle kev posltlons on the team were filled by senlors Thls years opponents were chosen from the followmg schools Ev ansvxlle Stoughton Brodhead Orfordvxlle and Lake Mllls """?9l 43 l93P+"' F155 'J OA A BOARD N 'R- ini nw cami , n ceases? mo um aewmfznarw AT THE FINAL. MATCHES 1 Z HORSE WOM! 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