Edgewood High School - Crusader Yearbook (Madison, WI)
- Class of 1932
Page 1 of 110
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 110 of the 1932 volume:
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Edgewood I-hgh School has been under
the able d1rect1on of the S1sters of Sa1nt
Dom1n1c of S1ns1nawa WISCONSIN s1nee
1881 at whlch txme th1s beautxful prop
erty was the gut ol box ernor Washburn
Up to the year IQ 6 only g1rls were ad
m1tted but at that t1me the new bu1ld
1ng was completed and afforded an oppor
tunlty for the boys of Mad1son to attend
a Cathohc h1gh school
Father Leo Rummel IS the mstructor
IH RCl1g1OH of the Freshman Sophomore
and unxor classes The Freshmen and
Sophomores are taught the fundamentals
of Cathollc doetrlne and pract1ce The
unlors make an 1ntens1ve study of the
old and the new testaments Father Franc1s X Hurley mstruetor 1n
Rehgxon m the Sen1or class d1scusses the problems that ar1se 1n the study of
M155 Brophy a student IH the Umx ers1ty of WISCONSIN Phys1eal Educa
t1on Department 15 rece1v1ng her praet1ce teaehxng IH two classes of g1rls
gVmnast1cs Mr E I Wllke BS was graduated from the Un1vers1ty of
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WISLOUSIH 111 IQ 7 and slnce the fall of IQ 9 has been a teacher ID Bxology
and the DIICCIOF of Boys Athleucs at Edgewood These members of the
tacultv vuth the exceptlon of MISS Brophy haxe been at Edgewood for 1
number of years and are the students trlends as vtell as the1r teaehers
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The School --
Edgevx ood l'l1gh School ot the Sacred
Heart stands on a shvht h1ll overlook1ng
Lake Vkmgra one of Mad1sons four
p1cturesque lakes The spac1ous grounds
and beaut1rul bu1ld1ng oller a pleasmg
env1ronment md an 1ncent1xc to good
study The school has grown w1th sur
pI'1S1Ilg rap1d1ty and at present numbers
about two hundred 1nd seventy stu
Last year rounded oil the hltleth
year of the schools ex1stence wh1ch
was commemorated by a pageant g1V6I1
on May lZl11I'lIyl'1I'Slf by the ent1re stu
dent body Staged on the black marble
steps of the recently completed new
bU1ld1Hg the pageant portrayed every 1mportant event 1n the h1story of
the school The costum1ng was gorgeous and the mus1c carr1ed to the yast
aud1ence was sweet and 1nsp1r1ng typ1fy1ng the sp1r1t of Edgewood
It 15 an 1nterest1ng co1nc1dence that Albert Kelsey arch1tect for the
h1gh school 15 the grandson of Governor Washburn The exter1or of the
blllldlllg 15 very str1k1ng cream colored br1ck w1th black and wh1te tr1m
The 1nscr1pt1on aboxe the arched doorvxay Laudare bened1cere prae
d1care IS the motto of the order ofSa1nt Dom1n1c
The school IS part1cularly fortunate IU hav1ng an extens1ve campus
whlch makes poss1ble many act1v1t1es The students enjoy a large pract1ce
held a newly completed gr1d1ron two tenn1s courts and several baseball
d1amonds The bu1ld1ng 15 large and complete In add1t1on to the class
rooms and assembl1es two vnell equ1pped laborator1es a l1brary conta1n1ng
an extraord1nar1ly large collect1on of volumes carefully selected for general
reference a large gymnas1um and several recreat1onal rooms prow 1de
opportun1ty for every typ o work and play
Lectures and concerts g1ven by em1nent art1sts supplement the regular
work of the school and are both educat1onal and cultural A retreat 15 held
every year and g1x es the students an opportun1ty to put 1nto pract1ce the
rel1g1ous tra1n1ng they haxe rece1x ed Work1ng play1ng praylng together
br1ng the students 1r to closer un1on w1th one another and makes Edgewood
a last1ng 1nflue1 ce 1n the1r lu es
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T ' gg ' The School
Edgewood offers a four year high
school course as a preparation for col
lege or un1vers1ty work and a com
plete commercxal course httmg one for
secretar1al work In addxt1on to the
regular curr1culum spec1al courses IH
Art Dramatxcs and Muslc are offered
wh1ch are recognlzed IH art1st1c clrcles
as berng espec1ally deslrable Two new
subjects have been offered th1s year
Econom1cs 1D wh1ch world problems
are dlscussed and EXPFCSSIOH in whlch
much has been accompl1shed 1D ex
temporaneous speaklng 1nterpretat1ve
readxng and debate
Edgewood 15 accred1ted to un1vers1
t1es of stand1ng and IS esteemed through
out the c1ty of Madlson for 1ts achlevements of the past hfty years The
Edgewood school of Musxc and Art has recelved Clty Wlde recogmtlon
For the past two years the annual The Edgewood Echo has recelved
the All Amencan rat1ng FIVC years ago the first football team was organ
1zed at Edgewood Smce that t1me much has been accompl1shed 1n ath
1et1cs Thrs year one of the boys placed on the first all c1ty basketball team
another recelved honorable mentlon In football one made the Hrst all c1ty
team another the second and several recerved honorable mentron One of
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th1s year s 1nnovat1ons was the publlshlng every s1x weeks 1n the MHd1SOD
papers of the names of the students who had earned a place on the honor
roll durmg that perrod The percentage of honor students at Edgewood
compares very favorably w1th that of the c1ty schools
Th1s year we are begmnmg a new epoch whxch can hardly surpass the
past Regardless of the str1des made rn educatxon IH the next f1fty years
Edgewood can never mcrease the xnfluence she w1elds over her chlldren
Slnce 1ts very or1g1n students have been recerved and have llved played
and worked together 1n un1on w1th each other and the slsters and have
grown so attached to th1s lovely place that part1ng 15 always sad
Though many years may pass before vue rex1s1t the scenes of our
elementary educatuon that strong affectlon w1ll alvnays rema1n and rule
our l1ves guldmg us by those prmcxples of r1ght l1v1n0 whlch can never
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Three years ago we ded1cated the Edgewood Echo to Father
Knox as Edgewood s greatest benefactor Many t1mes he has
proven the aptness ol the t1tle and It rs w1th the most smcere
regret that Edgeyx ood Hrgh School mourns the death of
Fxther Knox prlest scholar and gentleman
l'l1s rnfluence has heen deeply felt through all the years of
Edgewood s progress As 1ts hrst chanla1n h1s gu1dance was a
comfort to the srsters and an 1nsp1rat1on to the students A
Edgewood grew he had rts rnterest ever at heart and was a
mater1al as well as a sp1r1tual henefactor Hundreds of students
were g1ven access to the hnest Cathohc hterature through h1s
lrhrary a recent g1ft to the school and at more than one cr1s1s
IH Edgewood s exrstence Father Knox came to our ass1st1nce
Hrs vsork for our school alone cntrtles hrm to rxnk vnth XX rs
consln s great educators
Father Knox vull alvs avs he a ln 1ng real1ty to ex eryone xx ho
has heen 1D contact w1th Edgew ood Chlldren vxho were
brought up rn h1s parrsh school and who contrnued at Edge
vxood wrll nex er forget the power and force and consolat1on or
h1s presence We can nex er hope for another lrke Father Knox
and vue rex ere h1s memory as one or Edgevu ood s most splend1d
most lilsplflllg and most sacred tradxtxons
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CATHERINE ANN KELLEY Kztty
Entered from Belolt H1gh School 29
Glee Club 2 3 St Thomas AquInas Club 2
Dramatlcs 2 4 Prom Comm1ttee , Propagat1on
of the Fa1th4 Staff , 4 Basketball I, 4 Pageant
3 Le Cercle Franca1s 4 Honor Soc1ety 4
A dlmpled smlle gracIous servlce
PHILIP KELLEY P I
Entered from Manxtowoc H1gh School 29
Glee Club 1, Annual Staff 1,
A second Westbrook Pegler dashes off an
other game sure swxft strokes wlth .1 stubby
pencil a b1t of blarney busmess lIke walk
and a dashmg tIe
MYRA KELLIHER Myra
All Sc1ent1st Club I Glee Club 2 4 St
Thomas Aqumas Club 2 Pageant 3 Propagat1on
of the Falth 4 Le Cercle Franca1s 4
A black furred coat envelopes a sllm figure
a sweet VOICE blends w1th a bass In the syn
copated render1ng of a Broadway melody
ESTHER KEMMER Esther
Entered from Mad1son Vocatxonal School zo
Propagatlon of the Falth 4
crammed w1th outllnes a frat p1n sported on a
gay sweater a competent stenographer
smart brown sult flecked wIth yellow
FRANCIS KERIL Curly
Entered from Central Hlgh School zo
Keen wxt belated arrlval halts h1story
class a tall form IH a d1m lIght before a radlo
In the wee hours a grey car beneath heaps of
HELEN KOLB Helen
All Screntlst Club I Glee Club 2 4 St
Thomas AquInas Club 2 Honor Socrety 2, 4
Pageant , Propagatlon of the Falth 4
A small neat hgure ex er on the go a PFCCISC
theme paper lndUSfflOLlS beyond words
Vergxl as rap1dly as Mllton
CAROLINE LEFFLER Carol
Entered from Sun Pra1r1e H1gh School o
Glee Club , Pageant
A low soft XOICE x1s1ons of an announcer
readlng before a m1ke t1nge of p1nk on
creamy cheeks a slow stately ga1t a pleasant
smIle an able stenographer
The Edgewood Echo
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Entered from St FrancIs H1gh School 29
St Thomas Aqu1nas Club 2 Staff 4 Track 4
A whIms1cal sm1le always the rIght hand
man a b1t of an egolst sharp satIre
banterlng remark to a frIend on the stalrs
Cheerleader I 2 Glee Club 2 St Thomas
Aqumas Club 2 Track 2 4 Prom Commlttee ,
Pageant 2, Le Cercle FYdUCd1S 4 Dramat1cs 4
Ever ready argument lackmg a pomt
decrepIt flnxer an appralsxng glance
pleaslng XOICC holds ICS audIence
GRACE McCoy Grace
Glee Club 2 4 St Thomas AQUIHHS Club 2
Prom Commxttee 2 Dramatlcs 4 Honor So
clety 2, 4 Le Cercle FrancaIs 4 Pageant 2,
PropagatIon of the Falth 4 Staff 4
Wh1Sp6fS and half suppressed gIggles a puff
fur1ously apphed competent
CAROL MILLS Mzllsue
Entered from BClO1t HIgh School 2,o
PropagatIon of the EaIth 4 Volleyball 4
An expert shoots for the basket a be
w1tch1ng change accompl1shed by a sophIstIca
ETHEL MORRISSBY Ethe
St Thomas AQUIUHS Club 2 Pageant 2, Pro
pagatIon of the FaIth 4
Another well typed paper 1S rolled off
s1lver brooch on a dark collar a best seller
Wlth a gay mark near the end cr1tIc1sm of a
brand new mox 12 nonchalant
ROSITA MUELLER Roszta
St Thomas Aqu1nas Club2 Pageant , Propa
gat1on of the Falth 4 Le Cercle Francaxs 4
A book stuffed w1th yellow papers a w1de
sweep of brow Indxfference and then some
w1th M1ldred as ever
ALICE MULLERI AIICE
Glee Club 2 4 St Thomas Aqu1nas Club
2 Musxc Club 2, Pageant 3 Propagauon of
the Falth 4
A clear proflle neath loose blond waves
ready answer an understandmg sm1le a
flImsy sklrt brushes tr1m ankles
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unlor year spent at Stratford BusIness Col
lege Stratford WISCONSIN
Soft black waves blue eyes betraymg her
Ir1sh descent a quxck glance ata partly opened
shorthand notebook stra1ns of some new song
whlle catchmg up on her bookkeeplng
ESTHER CLARK Pownns Powers
Glee Club 2 St Thomas Aqumas Club 2
DramatIcs 2 Mus1c Club 3, Basketball 3 4
Pageant 3 Propagat1on of the FH1Ch4 Le Cercle
Francals 4 Staff 4
A petlte figure ID the halls always ready to
lend I helpmg hand a playful toss of the
CHARLOTTA REMY Charlotta
Entered from Central H1gh School 29
St Thomas Aquxnas Club 2 Pageant 3
TwInklIng blue eyes a round pleasant face
loyal to Carollne and Esther ever runmng
errands dur1ng the last perlod happy go lucky
rapld Hre of French
KATHRYN RUPP Katy
Entered from Central H1gh School xo
Basketball 1, Prom CommIttee 1, Pageant ,
Propagatlon of the FaIth 4 DramatIcs 4
An everlast1ng sm1le And stIll the wonder
grew the sound of laughter from the lock
ers a brIght blue sweater and Alrce
WILLIAM SCHILLING I
Entered from Baraboo H1gh School I
E Club 4 Football 4 Basketball 4 Propa
gatIon of the Falth 4
A brlght red sweater comlng up the field at
about elght twenty Eve relIable on the grId
PHILIP SCHMELZER P I
Propagatlon of the Falth 4
A frown over hIs Engllsh lesson QUICK
InItIatIve a slow carefully worded recItatIon
brmgs hxm a ten a tolerant QUIZ Ical sm1le
from the safe recesses of the back row four
years work crowded IDIO three Ind I half
ANNE SCHUNTANYN Anne
St Thomas AquInas Club 2 Glee Club 4
Mus1c Club 4
A stOIC refuses a show on the nlght before
In enm an OPINION stated brIetly and correctly
hIgh standards In work a perfectly learned
lesson more perfectly reclted smooth dark
haIr aboxe hne ollx e skln
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Entered from Roo exelt lu111o1 H114h School
Clee Club 1 4 St Tho1111N AQUIIIIS Club
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Dum MAE Serux Ax Sulluan
Entered from H1ghl1nel H1gh School o
P1ge 111t , Glee Club 4 Prop1gf1t1o11 of the
Fnth 4 Df1Illif1Lw 4 Honor SOCIBIY 4
xlllllili hnger on the t5.pev1r1ter 1 c11eful
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Gl e Club 4 Dr1rn1t1eN 4
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MARTHA WEHALSEN Martx
Entered from Maplewood H1gh School o
Honor SOCICEY 4 Glte Cluh 1, 4 MUSIC
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Entered from Dodg x1llt H1gl1 School '11,
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Founded just three years ago to g1ve recognltron to scholast1c ac
complrshment the Edgewood Hrgh School Honor Soc1ety has become one
of the school s establlshed 1nst1tut1ons Durmg thls trme the soclety has
galned fifty hve members a large number consxdermg the enrollment of
the school The faculty formed the soclety at the request of the student
body who thought th It anyone havlng h1gh averages dur1ng h1s four years
should be rewarded for h1s endeavors The h1gh standard nlnety or above
has el1m1mted many who have coveted th1s honor and has set a goal for
Iunlors and Semors but Freshmen and Sophomores recerxe honorary
ment1on The award a gold mlnlature E IS presented to the Seniors at
graduatlon Th1s year more than tvto thlrds of the members vull com
plete the1r h1gh school work IH Iune
The Sophomores vxho are ellglblc for membersh1p next year are D
Burke R Crowley C Falcr P Crtlney T Kane C Karn M Kolb
A Lynch M A Malec P Serxars A St1s1 R Sulhxan md M C
XV1ndrey The tollovv mg Freshmen vull be mcluded IH 19,4 lt they keep
up the1r present standards M Beyler I Byrns I Cox XV Coyle E
Crovxlev R Dxckert M D1Loreto F Endres R Cerer P Cenm E Crrdx
V Hanko M Irhmley D Huemmer H Karl A Kneeland lx McCox
M Mclnerney M McLeod M I OConnell C Pettr1c C P1ck1rt
I Reppen E Shadauer C Skolask1 M E Smrth W Speth HX Tredeman
E Tormeg. I Tormex C XVhalen and M XX 1n berg
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Top ow: . Ie auscn. l. . rederlcx, , 1 cman. D. . u wan, . lgy. M, Boland. J. . Kelley.
cond ow: . 'eier. M. Garvey. B. S re . C. Slxghtam. W. .am well, . Erbs.
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Top Row R McCann M Kellxher R Crowley J Ltmherger A Mullen Cmtwell R Schmrt E Coyle
P Daggett R Wrttman J Fox
Second Rou M Ca htl C' Whalen A Holley C A Kelley D Burke I Kun T Kane A Lyneh J Wrabet
Cash K Hicks
Thwd Rou E lrady Dexereaux C' Kam D Huemmer J Schwoegler K Dean H Howlty F Wrsowaty
J Hodgrn A Nester
Fourth Rau M Hanko J Bell D Hxrrxngton Q Nolan M Cro sc H Rnsrng C Qaffney M boedtn
R Tramerr E Hxlgers D Prckxrt
Fzfrh Rau M Hrmley C' Shannon M Bevler W Coyle H Dorn M A Male W Cantwell D OHara
V Vandemore M McTrghe
Bottom Rou D Phelan C' Falcr J Reppen H Pregler M Browning J Cox I Downey A Ecker
M Mclnerney E Downey A Stassr
Soczety fofr the Pvopagatzon of the Fcnth
One afternoon the student body gathered 1D the aud1tor1um to hear an
appealmg talk by the Reverend Father Gerhard of Mllwfaukee Arch
d1oces1an D1rector of the Soclety of the Propagatlon of the Falth the pur
pose of whrch 15 to beneht home, d1ocesan and fore1gn IHISSIODS Every
one 15 1nterested 1D spreadmg our falth and th1s soc1ety offers an excellent
Cr1g1nat1ng through the efforts of five Cathol1c Women lt has become a
World W1dC assoc1at1on extendmg help and encouragement to the IIIISSIOHS
From 1ts early French nucleus lt has developed 1nto an nnmense socrety
hav1ng 1ts headquarters at Rome where It IS under d1rect superv1s1on of our
Holy Father the Pope
Father Gerhard descr1bed the noble work of the m1ss1onar1es expla1ned
the great need of funds and workers IU those drstant vmeyards, and urged
the cooperauon of the student body ID that prohtable work wh1ch IS so
much needed by our less fortunate brothers Unrversal lnterest has gxven
the orgamzatron a foot hold wherever a Cathol1c Church CXISKS Although
the SOCICCY flounshes all over the country 10 paroch1al schools and Cathol1c
panshes th1s IS the hrst year that It has been mtroduced at Edgewood
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D M bullxx an L Hutter M Wehausen
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Fxfth Rou C' Cemn P E ker A Lahm E C' Power C' Mull M C xrxey M E Duffy but FI ury
C' Wager E Schadauer
Soctety for the Pvopagatzon of the Fazth
Influenced by Father Gerhard s 1nsp1r1ng speech the school enthuslastx
cally jomed the ranks of the SOCICKY The club s obllgatlons are very s1mple
the dues are only ten cents a month and the requlred prayers are an Our
Father and a Hall Mary followed by the lnvocatxon St FFHHCIS Xavler
pray for us The dues of course are for the a1d of the m1ss1ons and our
prayers are offered that God may bless the work of the m1ss1onar1es
Membershlp IS extended to all Wllllhg to comply w1th these few sxmple
All the falthful chlldren of the Church pray dally for the spread of
Chf1St s kmgdom on earth The SOCIGCY of the Propagatlon of the Fa1th
15 therefore a httmg add1t1on to the organ1zat1ons of any school Surely
God w1ll heed the earnest pleas of h1s chlldren and vull comfort and ass1st
the m1ss1onar1es labormg for the Falth IH the torrld chme of lnd1a the
flood strlcken wastes of Chma and the and deserts of AFIZOHH and New
Memco Besxdes galnmg help and strength for the m1ss1onar1es th mem
bers gam many lndulgences both for themselxes and for the souls 1n
Purgatory VJe are proud of our membersh1p th1s year and hope that me
shall be able to expect a unanlmous response from all our CH'hOllC students
when the soc1etv goes mto the second stave of 1ts emstence 1n IQ, ,
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Second Rou B Stnr M Wehru en W Strx 11 L Hxcks I Bxrn A Tormu C Whalen Q Shghtxm
Tlurd R014 C McCoy M Faragher M Dutfx A Lyn h I Prmdxulle R Lum I M Dunvndtll
R McCann T Kane E Keegan
C Skolaskx H Rnsmg C Cenm
Bottom Rou W Speth -I Cox D Burke M Beyler E Tormey W Coyle L Wu M Hrmlex I Fleurs
A Bormctt H Hoxxley R OLcary
An organ1zat1on wh1ch IS ent1rely 1nd1spensable to the school 15 the Glee
Club a soc1ety of members from all classes 1nclud1ng both boys and g1rls
The enrollment IS large perhaps because the requ1rements are so s1mple
namely Hblllty to follow notes and s1ng 1n a group In the beg1nn1ng four
years ago membersh1p was rest1'1cted to g1rls but s1nce male VOICES are
necessary for both solo parts and for part1c1pat1on ID the chorus boys have
been added s1nce IQgO
Although the boys sect1on was so recently orgamzed If has proven 1tself
to be equal to the g1rls 1U talent and fevor Much t1me has been g1ven to
1nstruct1on 1n the rud1ments of mus1c scales correct breath1ng the
1nterpretat1on of mus1cal slgns as well as to choruses for m1X6d VOICES
patr1ot1c and folk songs negro sp1r1tuals and class1cal compos1t1ons Some
of the favor1tes are Kentuc y Babe Slumber Song, and Tre s In the course
of the club s career many excellent operettas and cantatas have been per
fectly staged In all the undertakmgs the members have worked w1th a
r1ght good Wlll to guarantee success The cooperat1on dlsplayed by every
member 15 except1onally laudable and pra1seworthy Pract1ce 15 held only
once a week but when ID preparat1on for a spec1al program an extra prac
t1ce 15 called every member IS IH h1s place
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Second Rau M M I. od C Pettn Holt E W1 W E It r Blum R T1 rn y F W1 ovnty I Bul
Tlurd ROLL I. Hutter M M Tlghc D OH1r1 C Lmt 1d M Q 1r D M Sullnan V D1llon D A Rlnes
A M Doheny D M Mahon
M Boyle K Doran R Allen C Nolan
Bottom Rua I Repp n D Doll P E ker M W Duffy M McLeod D Shunk E M lorry M M Inern y
E Indy E Hllg r H Kolb K Rupp
The Glee Club contr1buted to the Chf1Stm3S and Washmgton s Blrth
day programs Cn the even1ng of the Monday IH Holy Week a sacred
cantata From Ol1vet to Calvary was presented The scenes whlch mark
the last few days of our Sav1our s l1fe on earth were recalled s1mply and
reverently The re1o1c1ng of the mult1tude w1th hosannas and psalms the
lament over Ierusalem the sorrows of the n1ght before the cruc1f1x1on and
the hnal tragedy and tr1umph of Calvary were made v1v1d by choruses and
Bar1tone sol1sts were Fred W1Ideman Donald McMahon and john
Blum W1ll1am Cantwell sang 1 tenor solo Eleanor Vethe Kathryn
Moran Eleanor Gruendler and Anna Mar1e Doheny offered soprano solos
Dorothy Ann Rmes Mary Boyle Martha Wehausen Barbara St1er
Ioseph Cox W1ll1am Speth Edgar WICSC and Wllllam Ecker sang IU a
double quartet The cmtata prox ed to be a re1l 1nsp1rat1on for the retreat
whlch tollovued In th1s the Clee Club sang not only the Mass but also
the Bened1ct1on hymns The success of the Clee Club 1s due to the unt1r
1ng efforts of the d1rectress as vnell as the d1l1gence ol the members
As the annual goes to press the Semor members of the Clee Club are
pract1c1ng the1r songs for graduat1on n1ght It lb mth a s1gh and a te xr that
they remmd themselx es that th1s 1s the1r swan song
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Top Rou J Hodgm R Crowley -I Lemherger I jamle on E Coyle P Daggett R Schmlt J Pf1l'ld1'xlllC
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Second Row H Dorn W Hughes C' Karn M C Wandrev C Whalen Dexereauwr P SCYNAIS H Seery
R Sulllxan K Dean
Thwd Rou R OLeary A Lahm B Petersen T Kane M Faragher A Lynch M Goedcn M E Duffy
T Lynch M Hanko N Lrttle
Fourth Row M l Erbe ,l Kunz E Keegan M A Malec F Wlsovtaty J Berl V L1car1 A Wllson
A Nester M Crosse D OHara E Hrlgers
Bottom Row A Sta sr M Kolb J Fleury C Falcr M Brovunmg H Rnsmg V Vandemore C Gaffney
L P Meadovncroft E brady M McTrghe D Phelan C Wagner
The St Thomas Aqmnas Club
One of Edgewoods most rmportant organ1zat1ons IS the St Thomas
Aqulnas Club Three years ago the Sophomores formed a soclety hav1ng
for 1ts objects the 1ncreased devotlon to the Blessed Sacrament through
Weekly receptron of Holy Commun1on, and a1d for the m1ss1ons S
Thomas Aqulnas was chosen 1tS patron
The club began 1ts m1ss1onary work by collect1ng hundreds of cancelled
stamps Wh1Ch were sent to the Techny fathers In 1ts second year the 1dea
of adoptmg a m1ss1onary was conce1ved, and money was sent to ard h1m
1n h1s work The club s ambrtlon th1s year was to surpass all 1ts earher
efforts 1n m1ss1on work The pr1est was readopted and each member offered
one receptxon of Holy Commun1on a month for h1m The proceeds ofa bunco
party was sent as a further proof of the1r mterest and zeal Dunng the
month of May the club sponsored a very successful candy sale, the profits
were sent to the m1ss1onary father Each month SIX members Wrote h1m
encourag1ng letters descr1b1ng the1r act1v1t1es
The officers Rrchard Crowley, pres1dent, Ehzabeth H1lgers, V1ce
Pres1dent, Allen W1lson, secretary and Jeanne Fleury, treasurer, were
Well supported by vulhng Workers The upperclassmen adm1re the WOffh1
ness of the purpose of th1S club, applaud 1ts act1v1ty and hope that lt w1ll
become a trad1t1onal Edgewood orgamzatlon
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Second Row B Stxer M Kellrher C Hrcks l M Fredenx A Holley T Vallls C Lmstead J Holt
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Thmrd Rou I Meyer W Fantxxtll C A Kelley B Cxsh j Ca h L Hutter D Harrmgton S Squire
Fourth R014 M Boland M Boyle N Lrttl M Bhed M M Leod E L Clrfford A Marshall L1 M Coy
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Le Cevcle F vanccns
One of the most recent school organ1zat1ons Le Cercle Franca1s was
formed to promote French socxal 1nterests and to put them 1nto practlce
outs1de of class Work A subordlnate purpose IS that of entertalnment
Smce anyone takmg French 1S el1g1ble for membersh1p the club boasts of
qulte a large enrollment mcludxng semors, jumors and sophomores On
the hrst Tuesday of each month a bus1ness meet1ng 15 held and later ln the
month the members meet soc1ally These social meet1ngs are mformal
gatherlngs at whlch French 15 put 1nto practlcal use by the play1ng of
characterxsuc French games and by the smgmg of the trad1t1onal French
folk and patr1ot1c songs
Because of IIS recent or1g1n not many entertalnments have been g1ven
On February n1nth a Mard1 Grls Dance was sponsored The Mardl Gras
color scheme of purple gold and green was eflectwely carrled out by
balloons vthlch floated tantal1z1ngly aboxe the dancers The proceeds were
used to purchase seyeral French books for class use Plans are now bexng
made for a dxnner to be serx ed 1n true French sty le near the end of the year
The members w1sely chose Barbarx St1er for the1r presldent loseph
Holt for uce pres1dent and Ina Mary Freder1c1 for secretary and treasurer
S1nce only s1xteen members are berng lost by graduatlon 1C 15 hoped
that those who rema1n vt 1ll form the nucleus of an actne club next year
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Students of art at Edgewood have the unsurpassable advantage of lovely
surroundlngs The majestrc p1nes the velx ety lawns Lake Wrngra placrd
and blue or perhaps tumultous and a var1 colored landscape the green
splendor of the far away h1lls and the hazy sky are sufhcrent 1nsp1rat1on
for any young art1st SIHCC beauty rtself IS 1nsp1r1ng
Ever s1nce the school s begrnnxng art has been grven a very promrnent
place 1n 1tS currrculum In the art courses are rncluded both 1nd1v1dual and
class 1nstruct1on such as free hand drawlng perspectrve letterrng color
theory outdoor sketchrng poster work and art apprecxatron Through
the study of art a perceptron of all that 15 beautrful hner tastes and a d1s
cernrng nature are 1nst1lled 1n every student These accompl1shments w1ll
Un the whole the study of art IS a pleasure rather than a task as many of
the art students vtrll verrfy
To haxe hrs work d1splayed at the annual exh1b1t and to mer1t an Dxca
demxc certmcate are the major amb1t1ons of every art student In every
eKh1b1t more and more prom1s1ng talent 15 manrtested Th1s year Kathleen
Doran a sen1or lb the only pup1l to rece1xe a cert1hcate whxch IS bestowed
rfter the completron of prescnbed courses
Members of the club haxe generously supphed us vuth many attractrxe
posters announc1ng xarlous school act1v1t1es Fevt of us haxe passed the
bulletrn board wlthout stopplng to admrre thelr skrlful work and we are
now gratefully acknowledgrng these serx 1C6S To therr art1st1c advertrsmg
much of the success of our soc1al enterprlses can be attrrbuted
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Second Rou l. D xner R ieier B Stier M Kolb V Heibl E Schadauer K E er K Doran
E R1 hudson R Crowxlex
Starting a few years ago with a group of hve violinists the Edgewood
Orchestra has yearly increased in size and in value to the school When the
call went out this September for new members a most enthusiastic response
was given at present the orchestra 1S at the peak of its success This
year it has become a full fledged organization for the members have been
provided with maroon and gold uniforms and with jaunty maroon berets
and caps The membership now includes players of the saxophone drum
cello cornet Hute piccolo and clarinet as well as the violin
The orchestra as a school organization IS fast becoming an indispens ible
hxture This year it has been a steady contributor to the various school
activities Evidences of expert manipulation of every instrument are
vouched for by each performance Many ot these have been enjoyed by
large xudiences lust the right touch was added to the Christmas plays by
gradultion exercises the graduates marched in to the spirited str uns of the
Sir Galahad mirch To pay due respect to the Flther of Uur Country
a medley of national urs was played on his birthday At present the or
chestra ls laboring enthusiastically for participation in the year s crovx ning
event the lune graduation exercise lt ls ex ery Senior s ambition to walk
up to the stage some night in lune to tlae strains ot the Tannhauser
march We hope that in the future the ranks of the orchestra may be in
creased by enthusiastic members sO that Edgevx ood may always enjoy this
organi ation of which she ls justly proud
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Thrs year 1 new socrety composed of twelve zealous freshmen was or
ganrzed for the prarseyu orthy purpose ofa1d1ng the m1ss1ons both forergn
Consrdermg 1ts short exrstence the Mrssronary Club has been surpr1s
act1x1ty for exch month In October a grrls bunco party was successfully
staged Durrng Nox ember the youthful m1ss1onar1es made noveltres for
booths at the mnual bazaar ln December colorful plctures were mounted
on cards to gladden the hearts of the lrttle Mex1can chrldren on Chrrstmas
mornmg lanuary s efforts resulted IH a candy booth wn1ch netted a con
srderable proht for the treasury Durmg February and March the club
spent 1tS t1me makrng art1cles for a St Patrrck s day grab bag The pro
ceeds from a more extensrxe candy sale held 1n Apr1l cox ered the expense
of regrldmg the sanctuary lamp
Smce the arm of the orgamzatron 1s to ard the m1ss1ons especrally rn the
Or1ent monthly dues and proceeds from 1ct1x1t1es were used to buy tvyo
Chmese babres vtho othervx 1se mrght haxe per1shed As a grateful rew 1rd
the members of the club were gn en the prrxrlegc of namrng the trnv rn
fant To thc box ua gn en the name of Thomas The vrrl was baptlzed
The club s two ofllc s of pres1dent and ecretary were held by MarJor1e
XX msberg and Elvabeth Tormey durrng the frrst semester Dorothy
Huemmer and Marjorre Vw rnsberg were chosen for the last half ofthe year
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Second Rcu. R Wnttmm F Wm h tr L Dexn r R Ellx Frrm r
Bntrfm Rru R lvl Clnn E Wle A Wllson W Hugh W Schxllmg XX Hllger
The E Club lb an organlzatlon of Edgewood boys formed to promote
athlet1cs and to stxmulate good sportsmansh1p and fa1r play Th1S club
has been 1n ex1stence for three years and the classrooms and corrldors
flour1sh wlth maroon sweaters bear1ng golden E s Some of the Senlor
ind lumor boys who have belonged to the club from 1ts very foundat1on
flaunt more than one letter Vxc R1pp IS the proud possessor of seven
golden E s as well as a captam s star Th1s year Eons Hughes Tmker
McCann and Butch Hllgers are also d1st1ngu1shed by wearlng capta1n s
stars We w1ll suffer severe losses because Edgar W1ese B111 Schllllng
Tom Flad Fons Hughes Benny Lynaugh V1c Rlpp and Frank Wlnchester
w1ll graduate but membersh1p lncreases each year and more an.l more
under classmen are asplrants for athletlc honors Eiv wood has proved
that she has a promxnent and permanent place 1n both football and basket
ball not only becxuse of her players acknowledged ah1l1ty but also be
cause of the1r square shootlng good fellowshlp
Gur lettermen have every reason to be proud of the emblem they wear
eager cooperat1on vuth the1r lellovxs The proud lettermen thxs year are
Iulxus Cramer Lawrence Devner Parker Daggett R1chard Elhs Tom Flad
Fons Hughes lohn lam1eson XV1lrord Hughes Dxck Keeley Bernard
Lynaugh Tmker McCann V1c Rxpp Al W1lson Edgar NN 1ese Russ
XV1ttman and B111 Sch1ll1ng May Edgewood alvxays haxe as vxorthy men
to vnear her golden 1ns1gn1a
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Se CIR C' A Kelley D M Sullm an I M Frederc j M k1n E Erbe M Boyle L Hutter
Although pr1vate dramatlcs and pubhc speaklng have been taught at
Edgewood for many years class dramatxcs was 1n1t1ated for the first tlme
At Chf1StmHS two plays The G1ft and Drckens rmmortal Chrxstmas
Carol were staged In the G1ft Eleanor Joyce acted well the part of
the cr1ppled boy joel Madonna Garvey gave a touchlng portrayal of the
feeble bhnd man LOFIHIHC Hutter s 1nterpretat1on of a selnsh arrogant
ewess was superb joseph Mack1n as the bedr1dden Father Malach1 and
Roberta Trerney and Dorothy McMahon as the frrends of oel also d1s
played except1onal ab1l1ty In the Chr1stmas Carol the actlng of W1l
l1am F1gy as the 1ll humored Scrooge was splend1d Tom Connolly Scro
oge s nephew and John Blum them ek Bob Crach1t prov1ded much amuse
ment for the aud1enc Others who h lped to make the play a success
were Robert Goeden the wh1te robed spectre Della Mae Sullrvan the
portly Mrs Crach1t and jo eph Holt and Lawren M Corrnrck the
Cn January Sth the m1d year graduatlng class produced the1r class
play The Val1ant In the pathet1c role ofa COHVICC who was to be exe
cuted on the morrow Walter Whlte refused to reveal hlmself to hls sxster
played by Margaret jones By thelr lnndlrness to the prlsoner john Hagan
the benevolent chapl1n and Norbert Bormett the warden won the ra1l
lery of the two guards Bernard Lynaugh and Franc1s Kerr As the annual
goes to press the club IS pract1c1ng the Semor class play Peg of My
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Thxrd Rou A Schumann R Cer r V He1bel K Dorm D Ol-hm M Boyl j Bell M Beyler D A Rm
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Musxc has been taught at Edgewood ever s1nce 1ts beg1nn1ng over hfty
years ago but an organ1zed club was never establlshed unt1l 1929 The
membershlp of the club wh1ch mcreases each year 15 extended to anyone
takmg p1ano or v1ol1n lessons and now numbers th1rty SIX The long hours
of tedlous practlce are well rewarded by the pleasure and culture derlved
from the study ofmus1c
Although there are no students el1g1ble for e1ther academlc or teachers
certlflcates thls year as there have been 1n the past everyone has enjoyed
l1sten1ng to the super1or recrtals glven at var1ous 1ntervals by the members
of the club and hopes to have the pleasure of hearmg many more before the
year IS over These rec1tals are made excepuonally 1nterest1ng by the WISC
ChO1C6 of var1ous select1ons by many famous composers ChOp1H Beetho
ven Haydn Paderewskl Schubert Grexg and by the perfect e1recut1on
of the competent players who rmge from college students down to the
l1ttle chlldren ID the hrst grade
The club purposes to develop the mus1cally talented to hxghest artlstxc
attamments and affords the best musrcal opportun1t1es to those who recog
D126 that 1 knowledge of muslc IS 1mportant to a hberal educat1on
Through the study of musxc the students recene an apprecxatxon ot th1s
art whrch enr1ches thelr lrxes s1nce It 15 an expressron of the teehngs ot
the xnner soul and an lnterpretatxon of the HISYOFY of Man
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Cn the evemng of Apr1l twenty second the lun1orSen1or Prom the
season s crowmng event was held To the strarns of On Wrsconsrn
the Prom Krng Iohn Byrns and h1s charmrng queen Dorothy Ann R1nes
led the couples through the 1ntr1cate hgures of the grand march Followmg
the royal couple were oseph Holt presldent of the semor class wlth DIS
partner Kathleen Stebmtz Vrctor Rlpp VICE presrdent of the senror class
Wlth Barbara Strer the officers of the junror class and the chalrmen of the
Black and gold baskets suspended from the ce1l1ng and connected by
orange and black frrnge transformed the gymnas1um 1nto a modernlstrc
sprmg garden From the baskets gay jonqurls drooped therr heads to v1ew
the beautrful gowns below Shaded lrghts threw a soft glow on the couples
as they danced away the hours to the syncopatron of Duane Longacre s
melod1es As the hands of the clock met and caressed the hall was emptred
llghts went out a head lrght flashed across a doorway on the deserted
floor lay a wrlted rose and a crumpled program the Prom was over
john Byrns was the general cha1rman Members of the Commlttees
were Decorat1ons lohn Cantwell cha1rman Harry Hanson Randall
McCann Lorra1ne Hutter Mary McLeod Iune Cash loAnn Schmrtt
Charlotte Cenln Orchestra Robert Conners cha1rman MHFIOD Frx
Mary McLeod Stella Pertzlaorn Invltatrons W1ll1am Cantwell charr
man Marron Boland lune Cash Charlotte Genm Arthur Bormett
THDIS Vallrs Refreshments Lorra1ne Hutter cha1rman Ina Mary
Freder1c1 Dorothy Ann R1nes V1rg1n1a D1llon
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Proud of last year s Echo whlch recexved the All Amer1can ratmg scor
1ng n1ne hundred e1ght fave polnts out of a poss1ble one thousand the staff
of IQ, hopes that th1s year s efforts w1ll mer1t an equally good ratlng It
1s the1r smcere w1sh that everyone who reads th1s annual w1ll recelve a
lrttle of the pleasure that they exper1enced IH ed1t1ng lt
Every member of the staff has shown an admlrable sp1r1t of cooperat1on
and helpfulness Catherlne Ann Kelley ed1tor IH ch1ef Grace McCoy
tlass ed1tor Genevleve Nolan and Martha Wehausen organlzatlon ed1
tors are respons1ble for the superlor wr1te ups The ent1re athletlc sec
t1on was taken over by Russell Wxttman who s1nce he IS qu1te an athlete
hxmself was just the man for sports ed1tor The many respons1b1l1t1es of
photography were w1sely placed 1n the hands of Barbara Stler Esther
Clare Powers was her able assxstant Two talented art edltors Kathleen
Doran and Mary Dochnahl provlded the modernlstlc border des1gns and
the dr awlngs on the d1v1s1on pages It would haxe been almost xmposslble
to ed1t the Echo wlthout the a1d of lane Crowley who typed every
page of lt wxth pd1IlSt3.lilI'lg care
The buslness staff IS just as essentlal an element ln edxtmg an annual a
ls the llterary staff Due to the tlreless elmpalgnlng of Wllllam F1gy
bus1ness manager Edgar WICSC clrculatlon manager and Thomas Flad
and G1lbert Loshek adxert1s1ng managers the hnanc1al success of the
Echo vxas guaranteed In sp1te of the depress1on the sex eral advert1se
ment and t1rculat1on drlxes were enthus1ast1cally responded to w1th the
trad1t1onal Edgevx ood sp1r1t of loyalty
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rolled around school
agarn' new Freshmen
gaze bew1ldered at those
self assured C75 Senrors
the Iumors have an as
semblyallthe1r own boys
trudge out to early football
pract1ce 1ts so hot we
get a free day If must be
the att1c 1S ransacked for
old outhts for Freshman 1n
1t1at1on a gruff slgnal
a shxft rn the lme a for
ward pass 1ntercepted7
Beat Baraboo' we d1d
I3 6 a mad rush 1S made
at the hot dogs as the g1rls
troop down the held Wlfh
wh1te covered baskets
Messmer humbles our
eleven Ie o oh we ll show
Columbus IS eulo
g1zed by Reverend Doctor
Keefe of Samt Norbert s
the glrls volley ball game
come on Gen get lf over'
keep lt up' we are
R1chland Center bound and
another V1CtOfy that s the
way to do 1t' our bud
d1ng orators stage a pro
gram for the P T A
the Semors troop to Photo
art to be taken and retaken
ffmay I see your proofs?
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St Norberts 3,9-o the
team V1S1tS Appleton
Todd appear on our stage
at last a dance' many
wltches corn stalks and
Jack o lanterns lend the
proper atmosphere st1ll
we hold the field and an
other enemy falls Rac1ne
M1l1tary Academy grovels
at our feet Teachers
Conventlon and vacat1on
cases from the attrc and
after much pushmg and
coaxxng they finally close
all 1n7 Oshkosh loses
53, I2 1n a slow drlzzle
we traveled to the Mound
just to be defeated well
wh1ch one d1d you l1ke the
best? St john s mud'
we srmply wallowed 1n
but we won' and
how the annual bazaar
the usual cry of Take a
chance only ten cents come
on just one' all IS well
when the younger set 1S al
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second floor Thanksgw
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how many 1n your tax17 f f
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bl ketball held the hght
go otl the curtun rxses on
1 slmple home IH antlent
lerusalem the Galllean'
a happy old man cr1ed
to a boy IU the street IH
qu1r1ng the pr1ce of a Chr1st
mas turkey a Chr1stmas
tree br1ght wlth multl
colored l1ghts shmes forth
from a wmdow hope you
have a good t1me my ad
to our long l1ne of v1c:tor1es
7 Merry Chr1stmas
to all and to all a good mght'
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what can you do about th1s
here nom pan1e7 the work
plles on just as before
oh 1t s a great l1fe Por
rage sorta takes us for a rlde
zo IQ not bad though
where s Wayland well
anyway we beat them 8 8
more sealps on our belt
LakeM1lls 04 I4 and Reeds
burg If s exams
agam' got a pen? he
Vahant holds our lnterest
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the Semors dash for the1r
l1ves do the Semors get
taken down? the umors
defeat then IH basketball
bllzzardscorre and how
Hllgers and McCann
placed on the all c1ty
congratulatlons you two
George Wash1ngton b1
centenmal Grade school
tournament the future
Edgewood1tes try thexr luck
at findmg our baskets
reports go home and so do
we rather hes1tatmgly
flrst rehearsal on the can
tata 1n an 1cy gym t
won t be long now green
15 very much IH ev1dence
day buy a carnat1on7
Maryknoll and her self
sacr1hc1ng founders are ex
tolled we learn about the
fore1gn m1ss1ons Cno not
the leg1onsJ the annual
table IS the scene of great
act1v1ty well rt needs to
be where s that paper?
where s the ruler? he
solemn strams of the Easter
Cantata From Olnet to
Cxlx ary rmgs through the
gym after that we re 1n
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Another retreat our
last7 our first? a calm
hol1ness mvades the halls
s1lence 15 golden Father
Boyles rnagnet1c personal
1ty w1ns even the most
soph1st1cated vacat1on '
and a whole week of lt
those n1ce long morn1ngs
spent 1U bed but how
qu1ckly It passes and IS
over Sen1or dollar dr1ve
beg1ns come on, just one
dollar Spflng IS com1ng
the sweater manufactur
ers must be do1ng a thr1v1ng
bus1ness 1f you don t be
l1eve rne just take a look at
our athletes the d1a1nond
down on the fxeld 15 gett1ng
good use a homer'
nope he caught 1t' you re
out' One Hour w1th
You and Lovable our
first dance s1nce Lent the
fellows are out for early
spr1ng football pract1ce
at noon a group basking in
the spring sun lazily pluck
ing a bit of grass whom
are you taking to prom?
blue lace why so am I!
where are you going to eat?
now start with your left
foot! ready? f term pa
pers who brought that up?
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that srnilef f right up to
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dise" f f a spring garden
done in a modernistic note
hot cha! staff and dra
matic pictures taken under
Losheks capable direction
the last of the annual is
on its way That s what
I call sweet music!
mors about the class play
There s nothing half so
sweet in life as love s young
dream go a ong
drive whizzes almost across
the road look out for that
window work is getting
worse and worse but then
only a few weeks left
May crowning made us
sort of hate to leave
Mood Indigo takes turns
with Baby Your Mother
at last the annuals are
ou sign mine? h
write something' on with
the show' the play was
perfect' wasn t Peg dar
ing' the first Sunday in
June and the annual ban
have that before? exams
we try on our caps and
gowns and all too soon
the day is here Auf Wie
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Top Row D McMahon j Holt L McCorm1ck E Coyle G Loshek W Spencer R Goeden C Gundersen
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Second Rau, H Flad V Klemhexn A Cox A M3fI1D8lll R Schmlt P Ireland J Crlmm 'I' Mclxoarell
j Prmdxwxlle 1 Tlsserand D Burke Coach Wxlkne
Thxvd Rou F Wrnchester R Wxttman W Schxllxng A Wxlson F Hughe E Koxac J Cramer
M McMahon V Rupp F Ryan R Mcfann
The three years of glory and fame on the grxd1ron enjoyed by Edgewood,
was the result of the strenuous efforts of Coach E J Wllke Although
work1ng agamst great odds most of the t1me, h1s records show teams of
better than average cahber, th1s season s was perhaps the best HIS capa
b1l1ty of becommg one of the boys explalns h1s success
It was Captam VIC Rrpp who led the Maroons through th1s most suc
cessful season VIC placed on the hrst all c1ty selectlon and stood out as
hard tackler and a dr1v1n0 half back He 15 a Hne
broken held runner gettmg away for three runs
of more than seventy five yards durmg the sea
son H1s smash1ng defensrve tackles caused
many an opponent to hesltate before trymg to
run h1m down Character and sportsmanshlp
made h1m a lad to be looked up to a born
ohn lamleson was agaln appolnted head
manager, and s1nce the Job was unusually hard
th1s year three helpers Bormett O Br1en and
Wrabetz were selected to HSSISC h1m We w1sh
to thank you, Iohnny, and your assrstants for
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Edgewood encountered a fast shrfty Baraboo eleven rn the opemng
game on Edgewood s gr1d1ron September 26 and came out the vlctors 17, 6
In revenge of last year s defeats the Maroons refused to be stopp Ll After
two long dr1ves results of recovered fumbles Hughes crossed the goal
tw1ce wlth Kovacs addmg the extra polnt A pass was dropped over the
goal lme leav1ng the Maroons wrthout the1r th1rd score Baraboo after
three passes and a plunge ga1ned her only marker In a vam attempt to
rally Baraboo hlled the a1r w1th passes but fa1led to score
After play1ng a super1or game 1D the flrst half Edgewood weakened and
was forced to a I2 o beatxng by a speedy Messmer outht The Maroons
ga1ned possess1on of the ball on a fumble shortly after the opemng luck off
and ran If well rn easy scor1ng dlstance when a penalty stopped the1r
progress In the second quarter a Maroon pass was 1ntercepted and Mess
mer s march started The second half found the ball evenly d1v1ded by
both teams t1ll late 1D the final per1od when Klremman returned an Edgewood
punt for another touchdown Tough break'
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The Maroons passed and k1cked the1r way to a I4 I3 dec1s1on over a
speedy R1chland Center eleven on October 16
Rlchland Center scored Hrst as a result of a costly Maroon fumble The
try for extra po1nt was also good A dr1ve that started 1U the v1s1tors own
terr1tory brought the score to a deadlock Passes end runs plunges every
k1nd of strategy xmagmable was now resorted to by both teams to ga1n
supremacy The vlsrtors however had an edge on the pass1ng game and
scored on a beaut1ful long pass to McCann Wlth the extra po1nt good
the Maroons settled to a t1ght defense rely1ng on the1r seven po1nt lead
Th1s defense gave under the straln of a fiery Orange and Black attack and a
long run throughout the ent1re Edgewood eleven brought the1r last marker
The extra po1nt whrch would have knotted the score was smothered at 1ts
or1g1n by an avalanche of Maroon lmemen Off went the gun' Whew that
Compet1t1on has been keen between these two schools for the past few
years and thxs game by 1ts hard dr1v1ng block1ng and tackl1ng that made
the stands r1se 1n a roarmg cheer was most outstand1ng of the SCIICS
Burnham and Kennedy were the stars for the R1chland Center team
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To start a strmg of v1ctor1es the Maroons humbled a weak St Norbert s
outfit 37 o Kovacs proved h1s worth by collectmg three markers w1th Mc
Cann addmg two more McCann made the first 1n the opemng perlod to
be followed by Hughes After a blocked punt Kovacs brought the last
score 1n the fnrst half McCann ga1ned another 1n the openlng m1nutes of
the second half the second came when Kovacs mtercepted a pass and re
turned lt to the goal Clos1ng all scor1ng Kovacs agaxn crossed the l1ne yust
before the end of the game
Racme M1l1tary Academy
Playing a superlor brand of ball Edgewood broke a two year deadlock by
defeat1ng the Racme eleven 39 o McCann turned lt 1nto a gala affa1r of
h1s own by mak1ng three touchdowns on passes He opened scormg 1n the
1n1t1al perlod to have hxs feat duphcated by Rxpp who used a lateral pass
Shortly afterwards the ball was carr1ed across agam 1n the hands of
McCann Hllgers downed on the three yard l1ne after a long run plunged
over for the fifth touchdown McCann made the s1xth after a com
pleted pass Raclne never threatened
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Br1ng1ng the number of stralght v1ctor1es to four the Maroons emerged
from the fray S3 I2 Rxpp Hughes and Ryan ran over touchdowns 1n
order Kovacs netted a fourth and added the extra polnt Maroon passes
filled the au' and the ball was carrxed over by McCann In the second half
WICSC added the s1xth touchdown Late 1n the game St Peter s drove over
two touchdowns before they could be stopped Thxs ga1n was more than
balanced when the Maroon regulars added twenty pomts to the score
St john s Mllwaukee
Wlnnlng 1ts last game of the season under the hghts Edgewood battled
1n a sea of mud to a I3 o score The game was marred by a downpour of
ra1n and a sllppery ball Desplte these odds a very fine brand of football
was shown In the opemng perrods both teams resorted to puntmg 10 at
tempts to feel each other out Rlpp early 1n the second perlod raced
elghty five yards for the flrst score In the same style Hughes galloped
nmety yards after hookmg a St John s pass The short pass attack of St
Johns netted them few yards s1nce they could not ga1n the necessary speed
Gregory Verona and Dmeen were the stars for the v1s1tors
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The backs were greatly a1ded IH ga1n1ng yardage by means of an average
l1ne possess1ng abundant speed W1DChCStCf new at the p1vot post played
the whole season wxthout a bad pass Th1s IS a remarkable record s1nce the
St John s game was played 1n nearly an 1nch of mud and water Two sets
of guards alternated The first was Wllson and Keeley whose play1ng was
cons1stently outstand1ng Wolf Hughes and Cramer although hampered
by 1njur1es gave a good account of themselves The tackle berths went to
Schllhng and McMahon block1ng and stonewall defense wrought havoc
w1th the opponents McCann Edgewood s greatest pass rece1ver turned
1n a most br1ll1ant season W1ttman at the end played 1nsp1red ball and was
a bulwark for defense
The consolat1on of capable reserve materxal was also enjoyed McDon
nell center Fleek and Daggett tackles Cox and Goeden guards performed
rn great fash1on at the1r respect1ve pos1t1ons Flad and Elhs ends played ag
gress1ve ball throughout the season A pony backiield composed of re
serves also deserve much cred1t H1lgers the fullback a1ded by Carey and
Lynaugh d1d most of the ball carry1ng W1ese at quarterback managed the
team very well
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Wlth a record of erght X1CtOI'lCS and a duo of defeats the basketball team
of JI and 7,2 closed xts season Thls aggregat1on was ably led by Captam
Butch H1lgers an all c1ty forward selectlon whose play offens1vely and de
fens1vely stood out all durlng the season It was an unexpected shower
of bad breaks rn the form of 1nel1g1b1l1ty and s1ckness that proved Coach
W1lke s only obstacle ID entermg hls proteges ID the Marquette State
Cathollc Tourney Iohn Wrabetz and M1cky O Br1en deserve great credrt
for the work they performed as managers
McCann by h1s dr1bbl1ng and accurate shootmg proved an lndlspensable
cog mn the smooth runmng Maroon machme At the other guard was R1pp
whose sensatlonal defense w1ll always be remembered Among the great
forwards of Edgevx ood the names of Lynaugh and XVICSE w1ll be vxntten
Drck Keeley s work at the pn ot post was outstandmg brosse a Jumor at
center w1ll be the greatest asset 1D next year s campargn Scfullmg took a
two fold task on hrs hands by playmg erther center or guard Although
Byrns XV Hughes and Cantwell reserve guards saw l1ttle actlon they
wrth Iack Cow w1ll be regulars 1n the , , campargn Ex ervone ls antrclpat
1ng another successful season for the XV1lke men
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In a hard fought curta1n rarser the Maroons bowed to a more experxenced
Monroe qumtet here az I7 Keeley opened scor1ng but the v1s1tors soon
took ox er the early lead and held the1r own throughout the rest ofthe game
Few reserx es vtere used on the part of both teams and defense was stressed
A late Maroon rally thxt sent the fans 1nto an uproar was stopped by the
In one of the most rmportlnt games of the season Edgewood took 1
hotly contested battle from thelr yearly r1xals Bxraboo Bamboo opened
strong 111 a hrst attack vxhlle the lvlaroons stood scoreless Commg slovtlw
from beh1nd Edgewood knotted the score The lead see swted untrl
Butch Hllgers dropped 1n three consecutne baskets to g1V6 1 Maroon
lead md balance the record hooks
Conhdent of uctory Edgewood journeyed to meet the hve rn Grange
and Black of Portage Conndence was turned to sadness however when
the v1s1tors were defeated by a one pornt margm ao IQ Dempsey the tall
stocky Portage guard s1ngle handed proved the Maroon downfall by h1s
guard1ng and tak1ng of all rebounds Both teams played a good brand of
ball and play under the basket was most sensat1onal
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St1ll on the road the Maroons took a costly Matlnee t1lt at Beaver Dun
by overwhelmlng a tall rangy Wayland Academy hve a8 8 Wayland
stood helpless as the flawless machlne of the xxs1tors tlme after t1me al
most at w1ll broke thelr defense and wove 1n for short shots C rpt un Mc
Crnn was forced from the g1me by 1 serlous mjury to h1s xnkle
The comparatlxe ease wlth whlch Edgewood deferted Reedsburg prob
rbly stood out most 111 thxs contest The NINIUOYS h1d a hne serson but
the1r unmarred record was not to stmd The tray started slow md hke 1
power plrnt the Ivlxroons lncreased speed and scorlng t1ll the hml penod
Th1s glme was most lmpresslxe as to Edgewood s strength slncc Reeds
burg played IH the Mad1son D1str1ct fm lls
Raclne Mllltarv Academy
Racme Mxl1t1ry Academy tell xxctlm to 1 Mrroon onsl aught as the X151
tors added uctory number four to 1ts ex er mcreasmg strmg The Cream
C1ty Cager s long pass system proved uneffectne agamst the fast short
pass style used by the X1b1fOfS Many ofthe Cadet pO1Ilts were gamed by
long shots vsh1le Edgevt ood scores came Wlflllll the tree throw mark
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Comm from the far north to see the WISCOHSID Mar uette basketball
game Amherst were Maroon guests for the afternoon Edgewood proved
poor hosts for they drubbed the upstaters 1n a one s1ded contest .p I7
Most of the v1s1tors scormg came Vld the free throw l1ne or long shots
agamst the reserves
Tast1ng defeat at the hands of Portage earl1er 1n the season the Maroons
were not hav1ng the feat duphcated The Grange and Black defense gave
as the Edg6WOOd1U6S passed and shot the1r way to a 28 IO v1etory The game
was fast the v1ctors offensrve Worlong clock l1ke backed by a solld defense
The smallness of the Portage gym perhaps had somethrng to do Wrth the
Returnmg home for a one game stay the Maroons rncreased the1r Wm
marg1n at the cost of Lake M1lls who were turned down H4 I4 Wlth m1d
semester graduat1on followmg th1s contest W1lke used many reserves
The regulars brought an early lead then gave way to reserves who filled
the ranks Playrng steady ball the v1s1tors never on e b came a scor1ng
threat Lynaugh closed hxs athlet1c career by a wonderful exh1b1t1on of
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In keep1ng w1th h1s annual pohcy Coach W1lke orgamzed the 1ntra
mural basketball league SIX capta1ns were chosen and each IH turn prcked
a team of seven men who had not served on the regular basketball squad
These captalns were B1ll Cantwell Bob Zwank MICRY O Br1en B1ll
Stearns Tony Martxnellr and Russ Wrttman Cantwell s outfit
Cantwell Carey Kelly A Cox Schm1tz and Emmerrch won the tourna
ment w1th Tony Martmelh s qumtet Mackln Conners Flad Daggett
Pr1nd1v1lle and Runk runn1ng a close second Although O Br1en lost h1s
first contest h1S team was composed of f1ght1ng clever basketeers 1n jam1e
son Gnmm Lav1n Gaffney Weger and Carberry W1ttman s aggrega
t1on McDonnell Cox W1HCh6St6f Lynch Holt Inhoff Kle1nhe1nz
Cramer Schwoegler and Davenport lost the1r first encounter after play
1ng hard fought battles Zwank and h1s team Hagan Bormett loe Cox
Fauerbach SCYVHIS and Roberts also went down bravely to defeat Coach
W1lke p1cked a group of promlsmg mater1al from these teams to be used as
reserx es for the regular squad follow1ng mxd semester graduatxon
Each class now entered a team IH a Class Basketball Tournament The
Frosh led by Capta1n Cox defeated the Sophomores under the leadersh1p
of Capta1n Hughes IH an easy contest I7 8 The jumors led by Capta1n
McCann won over V1c R1pp and h1s S n1or team ID a 8 1 , battle
The Edgtu ood Echo
Left zu Rzpht' P. Daggett. E. Coyle, R. Schmi z, P. Gaffney, W. Hughes, D. Burke, -I. ox, . O'Brien.
R. Lavin, W. S crn R, Zwan , j. Cox.
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In response to Coach Wilke s call for an elimination round fourteen
golfers teed off at the Westmoreland Country Club for a nine hole match
This field led by Joe Holt consisted of john Jamieson Bob Straub B1ll
Cantwell john Cantwell john Byrns Vic Ripp Vic Kleinheinz Egg
Wiese B1llF1gy Bob Conners Phil Grosse and Bob Goeden
Captain Joe Holt led the field with a 40 oe has already had a year of
John Jamieson ran second with a close 41 A newcomer john plays a
steady game highly elaborated by good putting Bill Cantwell turned in a
low score winning his berth as third man Fourth position brought a hard
fought contest with Straub nosing out Figy a favorite one up The last
post however necessitated another playoff with Bill Kelly shooting ex
quisite golf to shake off his hard pressing opponents Figy and Straub in a
nine hole match
We have one victory already to our credit an encounter with Lake
Mills who tasted defeat April 27 by a score of I2 o Feeling slightly con
fident with this win Coach Wilke is attempting to schedule matches with
East Central West and Wisconsin High in the city as also with Monroe
and Evansville The Alumni will be the competition in a playoff scheduled
for April 2Q at the Nakoma Country Club The alumni consisting of
former Maroon golf stars such as Bob Buergin Phil Schwartz Ben Lynaugh
and B1ll Holt have a team that will prove quite an obstacle for the school
The Edgewood Echo
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Left toRght L Hutter A M Doheny C Mlls Mss Brophy coach F Barry S DHooghe E Tormey
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On October 22 the glrls volleyball teams met 1n the school gymnas1um
A large crowd had gathered both to enjoy the performance and to beneht
the Echo for wh1ch the proceeds were used
the game was on' The Deers had hrst serve and the1r playxng justlfied the
name Carol slashed down seven or e1ght po1nts wh1le her w1ll1ng team
mates returned every ball Lorraxne was r1ght there 1nvar1ably and Dot
sent It up wxthout fa1l All seemed lost for the Aces when the first half
ended leavmg them at the bottom of a 25 I2 score But anyth1ng can hap
pen IU a ball game and true enough the second half turned the tables
Every competent serve of Charlotte rece1ved an equally competent return
from Anne all of Solange s attempts were wasted because of Terry s
senslble est1mat1on of the speed1ng ball s landmgs Fran s keeplng under lt
was useless when Judy served the team s comb1ned efforts weren t suffi
c1ent to hold the rlotous Aces Barb wxth careless ease served one ball
after another to the unsuspectlng opponents whose txme had come and
gone' Dorothy s ab1l1ty to help It along was an asset to her team and Cleo
was mdlspensable when putt1ng It over was necessary Both teams
played wlth eager alertness and when the end came the Aces were leadmg a
31 30 score after Gen Gaffney t1pped the ball over under the surpr1sed
eyes of a team that swallowed a hard defeat Better luck next txmel
The two teams Gen s Aces and Carol s Deers were G Nolan A Nes
ter T Kane B St1er C Llnstead D Huemmer J Reppen andG Gaffney
C M1lls D Ol-Iara F Barry L Hutter S DHooghe andC Pettr1c
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The Volleyball Game at the Mound
Cn November 1 1 the players of our volleyball team were the guests of
Sa1nt Clara Academy S1ns1nawa Wlsconsrn Although the d1stance
between the schools 15 not great th1s 15 the hrst year we have met rn any
klnd of sports
The game began at tvxo o clock Carol had hrst serve and w1th a wh1z
the ball skrmmed over the net w1th a perfect drop on the opponent s
floor The ce1l1ng stopped the second try and the Mound taklng posses
sron of the ball went strong for several pornts However the game was
1ust startrng A few beautlful serves from Ann1e many surprrslng re
turns from Barb and Lorrame made our confident compet1tors thrnk agaln
They thought and began work ID earnest The cheers of the crowd put
added enthuslasm rnto the1r already enthusrastxc playlng Although serves
were executed perfectly and come backs made w1th powerful strength
the Edgewood1tes nexer qurt try1ng Thelr returns leaped 1nto ready
spaces or dropped squarely on the other sxde Terry and Ann put all they
had beh1nd that ball but each of the1r efforts was answered by speedy
sk1l1 ludy s serves were adm1red Charlotte s force feared and Fran s
ab1l1ty to keep the ball 1n arr rarsed hope but strll the Mound went on
untrl when the hnal whrstle sounded the score was 47 M rn the1r favor
The players were Carol Mrlls Captaln Terry Kane Ann Nester Anna
Mane Doheny Charlotte Pettr1c ludy Reppen Fran Barry Lorarne Hut
ter Barb St1er and Cen Nolan
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Hot nm Run' C. Nolan, gl. Rcppcn. M. I71Lorcro. D. Shunk. M. McLeod. M. Hunley. M, tl-BYICH. . Karls,
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The Edgewood glrls have had the opportunrty of taklng gym on Tues
days Thursdays and Saturdays under the d1rect1on of MISS Brophy a
student of Physlcal Educat1on at the Un1vers1ty of WISCODSID Durlng
the fall the g1rls played volleyball and basketball but w1th the corn1ng of
warm weather they m1grated out of doors for baseball tennxs and track
Cn Tuesday and Thursday afternoons the Freshmen classes go through
the1r cal1sthen1cs or play a speedy game of baseball Under the excellent
d1rect1on of Edna Mae Corry the Frosh soon developed a wmnmg team
H1tters were plent1ful rn jud1th Reppen Charlotte Pettrrc Marron lane
C Connell and Dorothy Huemmer In the Saturday games Carol M1lls
JoAnn Schm1tt Anna Mar1e Doheny and Therese Kane by wonderful
hrttmg and superb heldmg proved outstand1ng
A close contest IS antrcrpated th1s sprmg 1n the tenms tournament as
several new apphcants have already reglstered Last year Carol Mrlls
took the cup after noslng out Barbara St1er 1n a fast t1lt Swlmmlng has
been 1n1t1ated and at present preparatlons are bemg made for the All
MHd1SOH Hrgh School Water Carn1val wh1ch IS to be held May the
seventh There w1ll be relays games stunts and d1v1ng competrtlon Those
part1c1pat1ng1n the event are Elrzabeth Tormey June Cash jud1th Repp en
Barbara St1er Helen R11S1Dg Therese Kane Dorothy O Hara Ann Nester
Cleo Lmstead Helen Kolb and Kathryn Rupp
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The Iunlor Class
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Dr. W. L. Gillette
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our apprec1at1on to Edgewood Echo staff
faculty and students for thelr cooperat1on
1n ass1st1ng us ln every Way poss1ble
We enjoyed workmg with you and we
Want to thank you for glvlng us the
prlvllege of belng your officlal photogra
phers for the seruor portra1ts group
scenlcs and athletlc plctures
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TO EDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
ITS 1932 GRADUATES
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CONGRA ULATIONS AND GOOD WISHES
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UR Luxurlous Motor Coaches
for Spec1al Partxes Entertalnments
or S1 ht Seem are at our Servxce
at reasonable rates day or rught
MADISON RAILWAYS COMPANY
BADGER 1 5 2 7
SERVICE BY BROCK
Another Edgewood Echo the elghth volume pub
lnshed by the sensor class of Edgewood Hugh School
IS off the press We are happy that our servlce has
been a factor In the publncatlon of thas boolc Ou
asm throughout Its produchon has been to do our
part of the worlc so well that we can loolz forward
conhdently to the thurd consecutive All Amerucan
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ASK YOUR TEACHER
CHILDREN CAN MORE-
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As MucI1 A Madison Organization
As Edgewood AcademyI
Ezery Dollar Spent Wztb
Us Contmues To Serve
and Help Buzld Mfzdzson
PennSYIVanla OII Company
Stop At The Pennco Orange Colored Pumps
EIGHTH ECHO WITH THE
The Prlnter Q M 1rIX IS the tre rsured Iur1t'10e
TI I I xx I11 I1 modern punters tr me Iwnk throuvh
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CANTWELL PRINTING COMPANY
1215 PINCKNEY sr MADISON xxnsconsm
But no extra cost
The LenADor s
typlcal of the 1m
make the Leonard
such an outstandmg
A touch of the toe
and the door opens
Let us show you the new Leonard Elec
trlc today You can select from exght
new models product of SI years of re
frlger non experxence
JOHN J BLIED ef soNs
PHONF BADGFR 790
av lt u 1th Flouers
AND ALL REMEMBRANCES
a ,O State Street
Greenhouse Near Cemetery
Wlllteter u Mumczm rushes
WE CAN SUPPLY
We hue been vxorltm on Olgllll me
Your Hlgh School Bmd
An 'I' u Two Hclpmg'
VISIT OUR STORE
'Xml trx ilu dlfltrtnt ln-tmmtnt
Stlttr out llIAllLll1IVW,llX Y
WARD BRODT MUSIC I
NOS State Badger 75
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fi- T provements which
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Castle E99 Doyle
We can t sell lt all, so we sell the best
A Speczalzzed Department Store
To Serze You
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Phone Badger 7IOO
629 W XVash1ngton Axe
IPLUMBINC AND HE AITINQ
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community y the
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CONKLIN 8: SONS COMPANY
CML Coke, Wood and Ice
Fuel Oz! and Buzldzzzg Meziefzczls
Gezsolme, Lubrzmtmg Ozls cmd Greases
24 E MIFFLIN sr
Pb ne Bulger 25
AVE vou ewer tasted NIANSFIELD
C AUGHEY IC F C REAM7 There are
mmy kmds of Ice C ream IS CIIHLFCDI is
div md mght Some IS just Ice Cream
good had or IUCIIITCFGUI The M C Ice
Cream IS the most delxcxous vou ever
usted Onlv the purest of 1ng.,red1ents
are used made hv skilled workmen
under strlct S'H1lIlI'W condmons INIlIxL
NI C, IC E LREANI part ofvour dzulv duct
NIILR CRFANI ICI CRIPXNI ISC TTIR
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or XXIIIIIIIUSCJU St Bidger r496
2425 Unlverslty Avenue
Makes It Then Business
To Sell The Best
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MANSFIELD-CAUGHEY In Food of All Kinds
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Shea er 'Pen or 'Penal
lllja lb I IIE lID
I24 East Madxson
Theodore Kznzdt School Desk
USED BY FDGEWOOD SOLD BY US
Even ln these tlmes you
need not be wlthout a
muslcal instrument Your
boy or girl can have a nice
mstrument from our rental
department at a small cost
FORBES MEAGHER MUSIC CO
27 West Mann Street
C O M P A N Y
Phone Badger 7900
724 UHIVCISIIW Awe
NX ISCOHSIH Corporauon
serung fznthlully a pop
evthange IIT XV1 Lon Ill
GLASS ulation of 274,000 in IIS
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Identified SCHAUB BRADFORD
I' lu tru I ontrdctln IX mn .md
I em ral Iii p ur IX orL
S X t1 I4 phonm mall hrm 5 our
truce trunk to xour door
Ball cr 7l66
37 N Idkf St
Tu Stu r n r mil 11 Q
Oh the Square XI HHSUN
At the Co op xx N oxslx
J H IINDORII xsox DRUTT
- I 82,8 E Wf1sh1n3,,t0n Ave
H6lllfqllllIf6I5 III I7 Soutbu ester Il
UI I Um ALLIS CI-IALNIERS TRACTORS
mi GRADING EQUIPMENT
W WM SUPER TRUCKS
1'Il'fMfU1UN WAUSAU mow PLOWS
CN I sun I Sales and Seruge Madlson Branch
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WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL
Sporting Goods for Sportsmen
SAND HONOR SWEATERS
Your School Days are oxer and
m 1 few yeam w1ll be Trea ured ,Wk "F, 'VM
Remember thebe days wlth fl II I
TREASURED GIFT from our I I IIIIIIII' "I" II
omplete stock of Dmmond I, IIN.,
Watches jewelry and R6I1g1OU W
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Everything In Sports, Golf, Tennis,
The Home o Treasured Gzfts Athleuc Goods
Tackle, Guns and Ammumtlon
120 East Washmgton Avenue
at ' n
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Moyer E99 Qumn
H J PERTZBORN
Plumbzng and Heatmg
ld 76 8
If rch ld 76 9
1208 ROTII STREET
1 onroe Street
a ison, Wiscorzsirz
Phone 116 I. 'ashington Avenue
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f mplete fzuev
unify flub Pr fdurt
Butter Cnrot ents
Phone Bad er 1326
21-IO Re ent Street
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CHOI ES ILOR XL C OXIP XXX
XX ISC OXSIN
P G Malsack
Hlgh Class Upholstermg
All II' ark Gllllfdllfeed
4o6N Frances Phone B 4200
MAIN STREET GROCERY
Wlilldlll Sueet Propnetm
B 2 -MSW
Co to Irehnd s for the Best
Groterlts md CoId Me IES
IRELAND S CROCE RY
402 bouth P1rL Street
Phone Bld er 6109
4 S lo
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Up To D ite Shoes
Men XX omen CNIIIILITLIH
IO S Pxrlx St Phone B 3913
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Servzce wzth a Smzle
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STAND-XRD 011. CO PRODLCT5
YOL LL LIKE OUR
Tlrt ind GTLWSIII' Strxltt
114 xolu ntzghlvor about us
Grottrlei FYLIIIQ Vt ftulwlu
R1 htlzeu Purt Food Pwclutts
'VI XLONE CROLERH
434 bt Ita Stud
H W SIMON
Pfmzlmg and Decmatuzg
Pu ture F fllllllll g
Phone Fd1I'Chlld 2166
1904 Nlonroe Street
Complete Lnze 0
Water Softentrs G 19 Htattrs
Whlte and Colored Bath Futures
111, W M1fH1n St
Phone I'dlI'Ch1ld 660
Andrew A Mayer-
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OLSON 350 VEERHUSEW
0 do 'V COLLEGE SHOP
tlarl srhalfnrr 81 Ginn Qflnihrg
Wllhelm SL Donkle
Hfnzfufne Sheet xI6'fl1lu,0Ik
Waterburs Furnates Sunalre Real
O11 Heat Burners
1 , 1 Monroe St Falrchlld 466
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Atwood Awe Fa1rch1Id 161o
GOEDEN Ei CONIP ANY
ML If F1QI1 SLI ood
In 11rLI11Id 3200
H35 637 UIIIXLTSILY Axenue
TOL R L LOTHES L LLANILI7
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909 L 1111 Lrsltx Axe
CAMPUS SODA GRILL
The Plaw That Malted Mzlk Made
Home ofIVI'1Ited IVIIIIC
714 St1te Street Ff11rLI11Id 3535
Edgewood Hlgh School Students
ou 1rL IOOIxlI'lL' fox the I1tL t t L
mug Sun T 1 CNOIL H1t III up
tot e mmut F 111 hmg, I LIIL 1
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Crescent Clothlng Company
ext to Belm mt Hotel
Phone B 4113
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WISCONSIN S LARGEST
mn I TI CLEANING PLANT
WINGRA PARK GROCERY FRANK BROTHERS
A E Hack
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Phone E ill'C11l1L12I 1 1935 M mroe St
611613 Lnnxtrsm Axtuut
Hommel Bros , Inc
Food of Supreme U11 11111
Pmtknes and RIlff11l'l Streets
P17 t '73
Ftmtml Dutttor and Embalm r
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Store We Spetmllze 111 Q111'1rt stwlts
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22 Z4 North L ITTOII Qt
The Home ofSat1sfy1ng Foods
2532 Monroe Qt Badger 5964
Badger 1628 1629
Two Storm s
2267 Regent St
MEATS GRO! ERIES VECETABLIM9
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Phone Bad cr 4943
Bwd cr 4944
Malden Beauty Shop
Mrs F X Endns Prop
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Perm ment XXIIVIIU., Svc Mcthod5
III All Brcmchcs of heluty culture
M ILIISOII WISQKIIISIII
uallty Meats and Homemade Sausage
GILBERTSON 8: MYRLAND
Phone Badger 956 2554 Monroe. St
The Wmgra Park Lunch
IQO2 Mo11roe Street
LILLIANI ZINITZ Proprletress
The place to huy Good me 11s
bandwmhes ICE cream malted
m11k and homemade pxe
John R Cullmane SL Son
C mml Crmmlttrrrs
C ontretc CNOHSIFIILUOII
Phone Bldger 2163
Residence 'md 619 W Dflyton
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201 State Street
KESSENIC I-I S
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1839 Monroe St
bNAPPY C OLLEGE C LOTHES
The Mnczwrur Spomum
73 Ntlte Street
wg Flow md Pl
Store Belmont Hotel B xdger 52,5
Creenhouse 2023 Sherman Au
II Ixmg1St Pb ne Bulger 2225
Wisconsin Sportmg Goods
271 State Street
BETTER FIT BOOTERY
V mnfira Park Barber Shop
2 Nl nr L lhono. B1dg,a.rHH
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