Emerson High School - Tattler Yearbook (Stevens Point, WI)

 - Class of 1930

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To those men and Women who X X . preceded us nts 1n the X X Stevens Poin chool, this Il f - Fiftieth Gra Class, with X . . . f respect and appreciation, dedicate ' the 1930 edition of the i TATTLER s:L:--li W W E , ALUMNI Q-l-t 'Q' . f 97: ' 2 -E Q Fx , A Fi?:'af,'52i?QQJ N . kiggf rn, Qi L ' 0 54 4-44 ,If-L 1? - 'ii , I 1' . ' if F2215 E 4' "N 2,1 Hifi? 3343 Page 9 159 34 , 'afdiggu 5 W lJ Page I0 17, f4+..i-.:l-.'lI'A'lI"ll'lLlElR -ig-:i Top row: Phillips, Gilchrist, VVheeloek, Slutts, Chamberlain. Bottom row: VVade, Clements, Scott, Brown. The First Commencement HE class of 1881, the first class to graduate, extends greetings to the class of 1930, the fiftieth class to graduate from the Stevens Point High School. Incidental to the celebration of the graduation of this fiftieth class there comes to mind a flood of memories of the graduation of that first class on July 2, 1881. In more ways than one it was a momentous occasion in the history of the High School. It was the first in the long train of successive happy occasions which have brought into the Alumni of the High School upwards of two thousand promising young men and women, most of whom have gone onward and upward in the affairs of thc world, making good the fulfillment of the success in life expected of them. In the earlier years students entering High School studied on indefinitely until they felt other duties were more imperative than school work. It was not until the school year of 1879-80 under the direction of Supt. Frank I.. Green that plans were discussed for formal graduation. In 1881 the first class of nine students completed the course of study satisfactorily to the board of education and superintendent and was scheduled to graduate on Saturday evening, july 2. Although nearly fifty years have elapsed siance this little class of nine occupied the spotlight of that first commencement, the events of the days of preparation and the grand finale come to mind as if they had occurred 'but yesterday. Unlike the arrange- ments of today it was necessary to deliver an original oration or essay. This took weeks of strenuous work at that time. In those days the High School had but two instructors, the principal and one assistant, and let me say right here it was our good fortune to be under the leadership and kindly direction of one of the best of principals, Frank L. Green, and his able assistant, Miss Jennie Ferris, who is now Mrs. Emmons Burr of this city. 1 I x '-g-"gf1gf"g" v 1 Page II 1:3-...i-..-i TATTLERi.:.i.w ' 11 1-nn-an-I vig? ,t We - FIRST HIGH SCHOOL The exercises were held in McCulloch's Hall on the second floor of the present McCulloch store building with a wide entrance on Main Street where the book depart- ment now is. This was the "Grand Opera" house for Stevens Point at that time and the location of all the top-notch entertainments. It had a small but real stage and was lighted more or less brilliantly with large chandeliers of kerosene lamps. The stage effects were illuminated with kerosene footlights. There were no gas or electric lights in Stevens Point at that time. As the class of 1881 knew nothing of class plays, class day exercises, Junior Proms, nor the many other activities incidental to modern commencement, all interest was cen- tered in the one festive day. Examinations over and our orations and essays judged satisfactory, we turned our attention to the other inciclentals. Early Saturday morning every one was up and stirring. As there were no greenhouses from which to get flowers and plants for decorations we set abo.ut gathering both wild and garden flowers. Harry- grass, a white lawn flower, very common here at that time, was made the principal feature relieved by a little color from more brilliant cultivated flowers and potted plants. As we gathered at the Hall, full of enthusiasm over the day's doings, we were al- most thrown into a panic by the announcement of the assassination of President Garfield which was flashed over the wires that morning. It was the most tragic event since the Civil War and death of Lincoln and local excitement was intense. This news made it necessary for several members of the class to alter the text of their orations at the last moment. Page I2 X .lhf TATTLIER .::..:. 1 1 FRANK GREEN JENNIE FERRIS Everything in readiness, at 8 P. M., the graduates filed out to take their places on the stage surrounded by members of the Board of Education and teachers. Admission to the hall was free and without reservation and as a result all the available space was immediately taxed to the utmost. It was a hot night even for july and the hall Was soon about as comfortable as a bake oven. We each poured our literary productions to an attentive and appreciative audience and were presented with our diplomas which were to serve as passports into the greater world about us. At the close of the program, the class repaired to Pipe's Restaurant, then located at the corner of Clark and Third Streets where the Chevrolet garage is now located, for the first Alumni Banquet. Of this class of nine, four members have answered the final summons, three mem- bers are living elsewhere and two are at present located in Stevens Point. MARY E. CLEMENTS WING A TRIBUTE TO MR. FRANK GREEN AND MISS FERRIS Much recognition must be given to Frank Green who, acting in the capacity of both principal and superintendent, was instrumental in organizing the high school in Stevens Point on a recognized basis. Mr. Green was assisted by the capable Miss Jennie Ferris, now Mrs. Emmons Burr of this city, who was the first instructor. Members of the first school owe a good deal to the guidance and tutorship of Mr. Green and Miss Ferris who earnestly strove to place our school high among state circles and make it an accredited institution. Every Pointer should feel indebted to these two for the begin- ning of this magnificent establishment. x 1 Page I3 ,--- ATTILE R s The First Graduating Class HE high school was started in 1876 and the first class was graduated July 2, 1881. The high school building in 1880 was a new and substantial brick structure centrally located on Clark Street and surrounded by ample school grounds. The building contained accommodation for the High School, Grammar School, One Inter- mediate, and One Primary with adjoining recitation rooms. An excellent reference library with 173 books was open at all times of the day in the high school. The course of study was drawn up with a double purpose of giving a sound busi- ness education and affording a thorough preparation for the University. COURSE OF STUDY First Year Full Term Winter Term Spring Term Arithmetic Arithmetic Arithmetic Grammar A Grammar Composition U. S. History--20 Physiology-16 Weeks Weeks Second Year . Algebra Algebra W o r d Analysis-10 Physical Geography-1 Sencential Analysis-18 Weeks Weeks Weeks Latin or Bookkeeping English History Latin or Bookkeeping Third Year Algebra Plane Geometr Plane Geometry Civil Government Latin Solid Geometry Natural Philosophy Latin Y Civil Government Latin and Botany Fourth Year Trigonometry Natural Philosophy Latin Arithmetic Review Latin and Botany Reviews English Literature Ancient History The Calendar for 1880-81 was: Fall term begins September 6th and ends December 24th. Winter term begins January 3rd and ends March 25th. Spring term begins April 4th and ends June 16th. There were no athletics of any kind, no school dances, no proms, nor anything else that we have today. There were only nine in the first graduating class and the exercises were held in McCulloch's Hall. The girls in the graduating class decorated the stage with harigrass and flowers, garden and wild. After the exercises the class went to Pipe's Restaurant on Clark Street and had supper. Mr. Frank Green was the Principal and Superintendent at the time and Miss Jennie Ferris, now Mrs. Emmons Burr, was his assistant. The nine that graduated were: Charles M. Chamberlain, Frank E. Gilchrist, Arnold D. Slutts, Belle Brown, Mary E. Clements, Bertie A. Scott, Carrie L. Wade, Abigail F. Wheelock, and Carl E. Phillips. The oflicers of the School Board were: O. C. Wheelock, Presidentg A. G. Hamacker, Secretary, Dr. John Phillips, Treasurerg and William Weston, Superintendent. Members of the Board were: First Ward, A. G. Hamacker, and John Phillipsg Second Ward, Peter Gordong Third Ward, George A. Packard and J. B. Eddyg Fourth Ward, John Ceary and O. C. Wheelock. Page I4 ff -KK 45'- o v '2 s V' , . 6' F ff I 4 4 T 11, ' A 41:0 6 Ao- P 45 d i I ' .Q if W ,gl NN Q V . i d I 15. .,, i,-v fi.:-..:. TATFITJHZR Taj' wir: Vlhtkiiis, Yauyzliu, Aiitlwsoii, Rogoilik, Nalborski, WXY1'lllfHlJIl. Vincent. l?u!tom wiv: Frost, Swanson. Nason, llotl'mau tI'1'es.l, Xcuhcrger, Nlzxrslmll. The Board of Education F course no airplane is complete without its mechanics and groundmen. Neither is a high school complete without its Board of Education. This is a group to which we owe much. Our buildings are kept warm and in good condition through the eHorts and supervision of our board members. Thev are also re- sponsible for our splendid new building and are ever trying to improve the conditions in our school. New conveniences are being added to make school life a more pleasant one each year. The appearance of our school is being improved. When the students came back to school in September they found a building in "tip-top" shape and in per- fect cleanliness. This is indeed a school which we may be proud of. Our School board members also deserve our praise for their choice of an eflicient superintendent, principal, assistant principal, and faculty. Their wise guidance in all things is always present. We are permitted to enjoy all of the best educational enter- tainments, class parties, and junior Proms, all of which are either directly or indirectly supervised and controlled with great success by our board. With such an efficient yet indulgent force to keep the general mechanism of this institution running smoothly. Stevens Point High School will soon outshine all other schools. 5 W v v I Page I7 5 .1 gi-...i.i. TATTLER2-Ei-iQ Paul M. Vincent, Superintendent R. VINCENT received the position of Superintendent of Stevens Point Public Schools in 1923, after having served in the capacity of principal of our high school. Therefore, when we entered dear old S. P. H., we found ourselves a part of a well managed institution in which we eagerly anticipated four pleas- ant years. Now when we have come to the end of our high school course, we wish to take this occasion to express our sincere appreciation for the efforts and results obtained by Mr. Vincent and his assistants in the directing of our affairs in such a tactful and pleas- ant manner as to receive the whole-hearted approval of the student body as well as the higher authorities. Superintendent Vincent has shown keen interest in the athletics and outside ac- tivities of our school as well as the regular high school curriculum. He is continually doing everything in his power to further interest in educational activities and to in- crease facilities for the promotion of higher intellectual standards of the students in Stevens Point. This interest is especially evident at present in consideration of the new unit which Mr. Vincent is trying to obtain for our High School to make it even a bigger and 'better establishment than it already is. Therefore we, the class of 1930, can safely predict the continued progress of our school system with Mr. Vincent as its unsurpassable navigator. Page 18 4 ,:..-ii. TATTLER .iii-. s Joseph F. Kraus, Principal UR principal, Mr. Kraus, has been a most successful pilot of our educational ship, the Stevens Point High School, for the last two years, having entered that position in the fall of 1928. Mr. Kraus' first experience with the students in our High School was as a member of the faculty, acting as a general science instructor. During the entire time that he was acting in the capacity of a teacher in our High School, Mr. Kraus had always taken an active part in various lines of activities, principally in athletics and in thrift work. He was one of the very enthusiastic or- ganizers of the boys' boxing and wrestling classes which have been functioning under his direction up to the present time. It was with this interest in our High School activities and with this attitude of enthusiastic efficiency that Mr. Kraus started his new work in 1928. His chief aim has been, and is, to raise our High School up to the highest possible standards, a feat which is being speedily accomplished. His generous and sympathetic nature has made him a friend of all of the students. He is always cheerfully willing to face, and trying to solve, through his own efforts and his kind advice, the problems of the students whose interests he always has at heart. In appreciation of his kindness to us, We, the Class of 1930, wish at this time, to 'thank Mr. Kraus and extend to him our congratulations and sincere good Wishes for the future. Page IO TATTLIER , .I N 'I Ben A. Held, Vice Principal I R. HELD, as our assistant pilot, has achieved great success in his new work l which he began when school opened in September, 1929. Prior to his re- ceiving this promotion, Mr. Held was a member of our High School faculty for two years. He was an instructor of History, Junior English, and the l Social Sciences, namely, Economics and Social Problems. In addition to teaching the latter two subjects this year, Mr. Held assumed his I other numerous duties as Vice-Principal, all of which he performed very capably. Among his other achievements, Mr. Held has been instrumental in incorporating a new system for the reduction of tardiness and truancy which has proved most effective. I All of these things deserve our praise but perhaps the most important of Mr. Held's accomplishments, outside of his regular High School duties is his work and kind I co-operation with the Senior Class to make our year book a success Mr. Held's services to the School have not extended in these directions only, for I under his general management, and with the aid of several other faculty advisors, a most successful faculty play was presented as a benefit fo-r our Tattler. I We, the Class of 1930, sincerely appreciate Mr. Held's kindness and. wish to con- gratulate him on his success in his new position and extend our best wishes for his future. Page 20 v i 'lFAT'll'LlER.i-..:-...-is Q .:'-. "' ..- 1 - - - Q Q il . 'I 1 4 4 1 C 1 9 1 EDITH BREMMER Hazel. M. CALKINS LORNA CARSWELL ELIZABETH COLLINS ' Central State Teachers' Whitewater Teachers' Central State Teachers' Central State Teachers' College College College College B. E. Commercial Commercial Home Economics History 'I RUTH Corrs RAY A. Genres BERTHA GLENNON Russian. R. GMNDLE 4 Northwestern University Bradley Institute of University of Wisconsin University of Indiana . B. S. Technology B. S. B. A. B. A. English Manual Arts English Band 4 4 4 I ,G '1' 1' 'T 'T' 'f' T' 'T' xv! f Page 2I '9i...i? TATTILIER 1 1 4 1 1 4 - - I 1 4 4 4 e 4 Q ,s STELLA KERR FLORENCE Kos'rEcR1 University of Wisconsin Central State Teacliers' B. A. College B. l-I. Englixh Englilrlz Rosa MARTINI St. Mary's of Notre Dame B. M., A. B. 4 Latin ALBERT MCCALLEN Lawrence College B. A. Clicmixtry-Plzysics MILDRED KROHN JANE LovE University of Wisconsin Carroll College ll. A. B. A. illnthcnzatifx WALLACE MCNETT XVhitewafter Teachers' College Commercial E?1gll'.f1l-Cf!i5Ull.Y1lfP MILDRED Novo'rNY Central State Teachers College Hmm' Economics Page 22 1 .1-'L ll. .Z-. T 411911.17 R s ATTL -'1.-E-...E-.. ' r r HARRY J. RINGDAHL Ripon College B. A. Coach-Physical Educa- tion ETHEL MARIE SUToR Whitewater Teachers' College Commercial EVELYN Chicago Physical Physical WALTER Stout Manu A. Ron-1 School of Education Education SPEERSTRA Institute al A rts MARGARET RYAN EVELYN L. SCHULTZ Marquette University University of Wisconsin Ph. B. B. A. Englixh French-English ERWIN STENzEL Ripon College Ph. B. Science-Chemistry FRANK J. STECKEL Stout Institute B. S. Manuul Arts ' I Page 23 5 A A . 5 ' 1 f 3, - - T A T T IL E R - - , l . l : Z 1 1 1 I 4 4 . l 1 l JOYCE SWANSON IRMA M. THOMPSON HA.sseL1. S. VAUGHN JOSEPHINE WEEK Central State Teachers' University of Wisconsin Ripon College Ph. B. University of Wisconsin College B. A. Science B. A. , Librrmlzn History-Citizenship Citisenxhip 1 ERNA W12NTzEL MARIE ZIMMERLI CHAm.o'r'rE Bmw EMMA E. SMITH Ripon B. A., University Central State Teachers' Lawrence College B. M. Valparaiso University of Wisconsin M. A. Cgllege B, Ed, Music Supervisor Art Supervisor , Srifnre-Biology Home Economics 1 4 1 ,A "' v' "' " 'W' T' T' T' l - - - v v - Q v . v - - Page 24 F 5' 'V 1 L J xv' P f-iii 'lI'ATTlLlER.f.::s Our Beacon Lights fThe Facultyj HEN we first entered Stevens Point High School we were confronted by a strange, new force of educational lights who were to try to instill in our minds further knowledge with which we could go out into the world to our work or continue our studies prohtably. Although each year some of our teachers leave, they are always replaced by others equal or greater in power and ability. We are not only fortunate in always having had a faculty with an excellent mental capacity but one willing at any time to give any extra aid to any student desiring such. Altogether we consider them a superior group with their seemingly unlimited patience andlunderstanding. Our faculty has not only proved itself in the classroom, but has been instrumental in giving us our pleasant social gatherings in our clubs and other outside activities. These organizations owe their pep and success not only to the spirit ofthe students, but also to the various faculty advisors whose ingenuity and co-operation have made these many movements and parties possible. The faculty play which is solely a faculty affair has always been one of the high- lights of the school years. This not only gives the students a new slant on, their su- periors but also affords much amusement for both the faculty members participating in the event and the large crowds which always witness these super-productions. Thus the faculty again does a great service for our school, for without this play as a financial resource our year book would never be the success which it always has been. Therefore the Class of 1930 wishes to take this opportunity to express its hearty appreciation to the faculty as a whole for its successful efforts towards making our high school life an enjoyable one. Page 26 Q5 Q ex 'J rf 4 , Q . , ,N 3 szl Q. -. 1 V3 J ? -2-A ATTLER 5.-ii I ..-1 11- 11. T l l Turrish, Clausen, Kitowski, Iloyington. Class History JAMES TURRISI-I - - - - P1'fSidf'Hf WILLIAM CLAUSEN - Vice-President JEAN BOYINGTON Secretary HELEN KITOWSKI ----- Treasurer HE Class of 1930 started with one of the largest Freshman enrollments in the history of Emerson High School. Shortly after the opening of school the class was organized with Wilson Schwahn as president. Very studious was this class of ,30 as well as athletic, for from the first it led the honor roll in the percentage of members receiving high grades. A pleasing feature of the Freshman year was the party given for the Sophomores soon after the Cliristmas Holidays. The next year, the Class of '30 chose as their leaders: Weldon Leahy as President, Florence Glennon as Vice-President, and Bernice Altenburg as secretary and treasurer. They still retained a large number on the honor roll. As Sophomores the class ac- l dd d h class b one complished much in the line of athletics. Honors were a so a e to t e y place in the school declamatory contest. Their hard time of its members who won first party gave the sophs no small amount of social recognition. of '30 made a running start. The class elected Eugene The next year, the class Kyllo president, Lois Richards vice-president, jean Boyington secretary, and John Murat treasurer. The excellent scholarship of this class as Juniors was brought out by the fact that one of its members received the highest average ever attained in the history of the school. Girls and boys both took a prominent part in athletics. And then the "Junior Prom!" Who ever could forget those beautiful scenes of an old-fashioned garden. The Juniors believed it to be the best prom ever held In the school. At last we became Seniors! After four years of splendid cooperation the class of '30 was graduated as the largest Senior class in the history of the school. The class was T 'sh helped to finish this career through the leadership of a capable president, James urr1 , assisted by William Clausen, Jean Boymgton and Helen Kitowski. The class, girls as well as boys, ranked high in athletics, school work and extra curricular activities. The debate team consisting almost entirely of Seniors, made a . . 1 fine showing. A party given by the Seniors was one of the most Important socia events of the year. -JAMES TURKISH Page 29 'ylli TATTLlER.i:i 1 1 I 4 4 1 O I 1 4 i 1 U 1 6 vi 1 Seniors JANET ALBAN ---- General Course "Buddy" "First Noel," "Pearls" 35 Tattler 45 Music .Appre- ciation 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Operetta 35 Peace Progress 45 Book Fellows 45 Extemporaneous Reading 35 Bank Cashier 45 journal Reporter 4. just U1I1I',n tbufx all, I roll the ball. JEAN ALBAN ----- General Course "Twin" Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Music Appreciation 35 Book Lovers 45 Peace Progress 45 Extemporaneous Reading 3. I fbink that you have made a 17lf.Yft1kPj I am not Kuff-, but Duplicate. BIERNICE ALTENBURG - - - NBl'd7II1-yu Glee Club 1, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 45 Mirror 35 Class Treasurer 25 Thrift Club 1, 2, 35 Bank Cash- ier 2, 35 French Club 35 Soccer 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. General Course Good Nrxfnrf' and red hair Make a wry exrellrrzt pair. BEATMCE ANDERSON - - Commercial Course "Bea" Junction City High School 1, 2. Full of rigor, full of fun Our fair-hairml Bmirirr' All!fl'VX0lI. HERMAN ASH ---- General Course "Hr'rm" Football 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Bank Cashier 2, 35 Tennis Tournament 3, 45 Tattler Staff 4. I'z'c nmny border, Among f!Jf'lf1, words. G1ioRG1ANNA ATWELL - - - General Course "Sis" French Club 35 Soccer 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Junior Prom Committee 3. A smile wifb iz lbouglni behind' il, A nmn, and a ZYOIIIL'-TIHI bfi. ETHEL BAERWALDT - - - General Course Ushers Club 3, 45 Mathematics Club 45 President of Peace Progress Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Tattler Staff 45 fournal Reporter 4. The word "I1n11ossiblc" is no! in Ihr dirlionary. W'AI.'rEn BAKER - - - "Buckwheat" IV: nice lo be diferent Vocational Course is T gr 1 Page 30 5 1 ' TATTILIE A .1- ..':'...'L...... R .TLZJ-1.- Seniors EMMA S. BECKER - - General Course French Club 3. . Beware! of the quiet ones, They sometimes get you unawares. Hazen, BEHNKE ---- Commercial Course Girls' Glee Club 1, 25 Girls' Pep Club 1, 4g Thalian Players 3. It's love that makes the world go 'raund, Gosh! How fast it"s spinning! MARIE BETHE ---- Commercial Course "Bill', Waupaca 1, 2g Pep Club 3, 45 Cashier 49 Peace Progress 4. In the gloaming, Oh, my darling, How I wish Waupara were here. KATHRYN M. BLAVAT - - Commercial Course "Katie,' "She may be small, but that's not all." DONALD BLO0D,. ---- General Course "Don" Cashier lg Band 3, 4g Radio Club 3, 4. Full of 'many a bright remark, Sees in everything a lark. BONITA A. BLUMENSTEIN - - General Course "Nita" 1,111 growing old, girls, First Pll be 20, then 30, and then 50. JEAN F. BOYINGTON - - - General Course "jackie" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Soccer 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 4, Class Secretary 3, 45 Volley Ball 35 Tattler Staff 45 Book Fellows 4g Junior Prom Committee, Na- tional Honor Society 4. A loyal friend, One tried and true! BENNIE Biuszmsxu - - - Vocational Course "Bennie" Track 13 Junior Prom 3. Among the elves and lover fiends He has many Plover Queens. ' u Page 31 9.-L:.:'ll'A'll'TILlEIR iiis Seniors I I I I I I I I I I ,af me 'Q '15iQ.,,, GLADYS BROCK - - Commercial Course Commercial Club 25 Book Lovers 45 Peace Progress 45 National Honor Society 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 15 Glee Club 15 Cashier 1, 2, 3, 45 junior Prom Committee 35 Volley Ball 35 Basketball 2. Famous, Clikv Ionsouj, for bm' wit combats. CLARENCE H. BROOKS - - - General Course Band 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 3, 4. Fair uml sqzmrr' ix his motlo, Always a frivml, 1ll'I't"f a foe. LYDIA E. CIZEK - - General Course Milladore High 1, 2. Very quiet and zlvmurr, A friend lo cz'z'ryom', I'm xurc. WIL1.1AM CLAUSEN - - - Vocational Course HBHJU This ix a great world, But wha! if I were dz-ad? EVELYN COOPER - - - Commercial Course "Coop-u-Ia-la" Basketball 2, 35 Vollcy Ball 35 Pep Club 45 Book- Lovers Club 4. Har rycx are so brozwz and brr dimplrx so merry, As lowly and lilllr ax some lillle fairy. HAROLD E. CouL'rHuRs1' - - Vocational Course rr!-Iarryn Radio Club 45 Boys' Glee Club 2. "Common some is not common." EDNA M. CROCKER - - Commercial Course "Crocker" Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Soccer 2, 35 junior Prom Committee5 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 35 French Club 35 "She Hankered For Hollywoodn 4. "Life ix so short, Am! Fm lnrrf' lo enjoy il.', XVENDEL CROSBY - - - General Course "Doc" Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Bank Cashier 3, 45 Prom Committee5 Debate 1, 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Boys' Pep Club 3, 45 Interclass Basketball 45 French Club 35 "She Hankered For Hollywood" 4. "TrIl mr, wha! is Ibis flower I have over women?" '-' , "-' , '-' , '-' , '-' , 'U' ,v, '-' ,, '-' , '-' , Page 3: gi.:-..+.. TA'l1"lFlLlElR.i...+4i-2.9 I Seniors I CHARLOTTE CUNNELN - - Commercial Course "Char" Glee Club 13 Dramatic Club 1. A Friend in need, Sl96',S a f1'i1'ml inrleezl. MARGARET DQNERMEYER - - Commercial Course "Marg" Commercial Club 2g Bank Cashier 1. "A fine girl among girls." ALICE MAE DORASHA - - General Course "Alirc', Bank Cashier 2g French Club 3. "In lsrr eyes The rea! uzyslery lies." DONALD DUGGAN - - - Vocational Course "Don" "A joker, or jesler! Does bf' joke or Joes be jest?" DOROTHY M. DUMBLETON - General Course rrD0ln Basketball 1, 2, 4g Soccer 1, 25 Volley Ball 2. "Orff llac canvas hm' band doth stray, Skflrfyiug the dawn of a perfect day." RUTH R. EDER - - - General Course "Rulhic" Honorary Usher Club 3g Peace Progress Club 4: "Sine haxzfl much fo say but wbal :be says is worth lJea1'i11g." ELIZABETH ELL - - - Commercial Course "Belly" HFYHl1kl1f'XS for me." LUELLA ESRER - - - Commercial Course Dramatic Club Ig Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 2g Book Lovers 4. 1 "The milder! manm'rs and llae gentlest heart, Make a friend from uflvom you m"er can part." . A 4 Page 33 Choral Club 4. I Dramatic Club 2, Commercial Club 2. I yfuii 'irAir1rL11iR Seniors EVLLYN FELTZ - - - Commercial Course ffEH,,, A fan' serene, aml bear! of galil, A pleasant fulure is foretold. JOHN FISH - - General Course "Fish" All wool, and a yard wide, Nrwl' a frirml by him dr'1lii'i1'. FLORENCE M. FLETCHER - - Vocational Course RFID!! Dramatic Clubg Choral Club 4. Always nf work, Never rlotlv sbirlz. HliNRIETTA FOUNTAINE - - Commercial Course Eyes, big and brown, Heart, big and round. HELEN FRANK - - Commercial Course 4 Commercial Club 2. A smile ami a grrrling for ewryorle, "Well begun is half done." Q ALICE FRASCH - Commercial Course Commercial Club 2. 1 Tbis has been an awful year Willvoizi a certain parity lvrrv. l FLORLNCE M. FULTON - - Commercial Course Commercial Club 25 Volleyball 3. Quief, buf full of fun, Friemls lo rarb aml every one. FERN GAEDKE - - - Commercial Course Hrr cyrs an' so bright and ber dimples so merry, Hvr luzowlvdga' O,f'fu'lJf'lUIiilg, lim' lips like a cherry. Y-K. -M --It-an-u.,,,, Q .5 . -' . "' . '-' . -' , "' . "' .. Page 34 ,.+.:.f..TATT1LF ...- Seniors CHARLES C. GATES - - - General Course Commercial Club 2, Peace Progress Club 4g Radio Club 4. Silent and sincere Throughout each year. FLORENCE M. GLENNON - - General Course "Stub" Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Debate 3, 43 Declamatory 1, 2, 3, 45 Book Fellows 4g National Honor Society 4g Paris Peace Pact 45 Cashier 5, 4. She's here, I heard her giggle. VILAS B. GLADOWSKI - - Commercial Course The shining waves of the ocean, I mean his hair, Are most becoming and rippling. Girls, Beware! DOROTHY GRAFF - - - Commercial Course UDDW Commercial Club 25 Bank Cashier 1, 4g Pep Club 2. lVhen "Dot" has something to be done She does it and forgets her fun. GRACE M. HAKA - - - Commercial Course Basketball lg Commercial Club 29 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 3. Of all the jokes that girl ran crack In jokes and punning, she a'oes1z't lack. BERNICE HANSON - - Commercial Course Dramatic Club 1, 2g Commercial Club 2g Christ- mas Playg Bank Cashier 25 Thrift Club 25 National Honor Society 4. Of all the girls thai are so sweet There's none with her that can compete. CATHERINE HARRER - - Commercial Course Her quietness and reseruedness Are quite beyond the most of us. MARGARET HEITZINGER - - Commercial Course Junction City High School 1, 25 Glee Club 4. The short time she has been with us She's already a part and one of 11s. 7' v ' ' ' ' ' XVI' - Nvf TAT'll'lLilER iii Seniors 1 EVILLYN R. HELMINSKI - - Commergigl C9111-53 frEl,L,,, Evelyn now, and Evelyn f0l'!'l'f'T 4 Friend now, but enemy never. 4 NVILLIAM H. HERRICK - General Course YfBHl!l A man wills an iron will Is Ibis 1H1VIIly Bill. Q . Isanomz HOLM.4N - - - General Course fflzzyu i Peace Progress Club 49 Book Lovers Club 43 French Club 35 Declamation 4. Life ix a joke, 1 Lefs laugh. MILDRIID HUGHIiS - General Course 4 French Club 3. ' . WlJaiez'er :be muy have lo say She says it in llye sborlesf way. i HARRY ISHERWOOD - - Commercial Course Radio Club 45 Peace Progress Club 4. Hamliome Harry. ' Never eonirary. ,, EDWARD JANIKOWSKI - - - General Course 4 ' nEd!1yv Glee Club lg "Fiat Lux" 4, Dramatic Club 45 Oratory 45 Boys' Glee Club 4, Cashier 2, 3. 4 A word from the wise is sujfieienl, Experinlly if ix well meanf. MAE HANNA Kausiw - - General Course 4 rrMacns 3 "O Hara San" 3. Her' big, black eyes, ber raven lauir, "Roxie', Glee Club lg Cashier 4. Quiet, xby, demure little Rose, Like a dream in calm repose. 1 Did you ever see an maiden more fair? Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic 3, 4g Usher's Club 33 French Club 33 National Honor Society 45 ROSE KAMROWNSKI - - - Commercial Course .6 "Q"Q"'Q"'f"'?"I!I"1Qv' 'uQv'1gri- , Page 36 'V-.sag--5-TfAT'11'lL1ER ..-5...-rL...i.q Seniors I RAY Kixsmir ---- General Course ' "W'lJisfle" Wim! if Ray broke all of flu' 11r'rks ibut bc' xaizl be wax going fo? AUDREY KINGSLAND - - Commercial Course fPAudJ! 4 Glee Club 3, 45 French Club 35 Book Lovers Club 45 Tarrler Staff 4. Quint uml rz'sz'rL'f'zl, but she has u way 4 Tim! all men fall for, m'rr'y clay. IRMA KINNIEY - - - Commercial Course fflf,M.3,,. Glee Club 3, 45 String Orchestra 2, 35 Bandoliers ' 45 O Hara San 35 French Club 3. About ber, all Ihr mm can ray, "She but u certain wimzing wuyf' 1 GEORGE KIRSLING - - - Commercial Course Boys' Glee Club 1, 25 Cashier 25 Tattler Staff 4. Pafimrc rmlurefb fo fbc end of lime. "Not if I know my worm'11!', HELEN Kwowsm - - - - General Course Q fFNiL1k-Pl Basketball 1, 25 Soccer 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Treasurer 45 Junior Prom Committee .I 35 Advanced Gym 45 Mixed Chorus 4. Dorff argue wills Helen, tbufs my l1L1L'lL'6' If you rlo, you will 1ll'l'?l' utlrmpl it twice. ' THOMAS B. KLlSH - - - Commercial Course "Tom" 1 Tumbling 3, 45 Radio Club 35 Fair and Supper 35 Boys' Basketball League 2. Hr Izvixlx his feel up wilb bis bead Aml fumbles arouml like a fvatlwr-bmi. 4 BERNICE KosTucK - - Commercial Course Om' golrlilofks, wilbouf a 611117, Bu! xbv is not afraid fo dare. Louise Kosnm - - - Commercial Course Dramatic Club 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Band 35 Or- chestra 35 Cashier 35 Orchestra 4. Music barb rlvarzns lo soullw Ibf' xuragf' lvmsl. Q 4 ,O Y iiifffviiv 4. Page 37 9:13. TATTLIER I . Seniors LORIZLDA A. Knaus - - Commercial Course Commercial Club 2. "The only lines I can draw are matrimonial linesf' CATHERINE KREMBS - - - General Course Dramatic Club 1, 2g Glee Club 1, 23 Basketball 13 Peace Progress Club 43 Tattler Staff 4g Mathematics Club 43 Book Lovers Club 4g French Club 33 Declamation 1, 23 Oratory 4. What Kaly :lid or dir! no! do Pm sure I :lo not know, do you? RODNEY KRUEGER - - - Vocational Course "Flash" . Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Mathematics Club 43 Tattler Staff 3, 4s Peace Progress Club 43 Mixed Chorus 4. "PII get by as long as I have- A lrarbvr that will lc! ma." EUGENE KYLLO ---- General Course nlafkn Debate 43 National Honor Society 43 Treasurer Honor Society3 Basketball 3, 45 Class President 3g Tattler Staff 3, 43 Business Manager 4g Radio Club 4g Vice-President Radio Clubg Commercial Club 23 Dramatic Club 2, 39 "Pearls" 33 "Treasure" 33 Xmas Play'43 Mixed Chorus 43 D. O. P. E. 43 Journal Reporter 43 Cashier 4. "Is it Eugene or You Ivan?" ELMER LARSON - - - - General Course "Lemon" "I am lbe Happy lVarrior." MAURINE LARSON - - - Commercial Course Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Commercial 23 Glee Club 13 Basketball 1, 2. "Paul Wl7ifl'l1I!1l1,S pianist will be, Maurinr Larson, wail ana' xref." WELDON LEAHY ---- General Course b PfRt'dll Glee Club 13 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Radio Club 33 Pep Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Class President 23 Tattler Staff 3, 43 Editor 43 Junior Prom Committee: Cashier I, 33 "Pearls" 33 Secre- tary Honor Society 4. His lrachrr nm afonl fo say "Your work was wry well-:lone-lozlay." JAMES E. LEARY - - Commercial Course ff . D Izm Mathematics Club 43 Basketball Interclass 1, 4. "Nim'fy is a long ways from xr'z'er1fy-fiL'c', But I'zl ralbrr make it nineiy to be saferf' Page 38 f.f-...ii TATTLERA4 A Seniors JOHN F. LEMANCIK - - - Vocational Course Commercial Club 15 Boxing 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Operetta 3g Boys' Chorus 4. In Chemistry he rlid his best To do things diferent lhun the rest, Eiuvm C. Lurz ---- General Course Go! n drag? No, just a brain. FERN LUTZ ---- Commercial Course Paris Peace Pact Club 45 Bank Cashier 3g Ushers' Club 3. ' Light hair and blue eyes, Hare you ezfer seen u maiden so wise? JEANETTE M. MARSHALL - - General Course eric-16,11 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 3g Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 35 National Honor Society 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee 35 Bank Cashier 2, 3, Christmas Play 3g Glee Club 3. Now he'x gone aml hr-ls through. Am I blue? RAMONA V. MASLOWSKI - - Commercial Course "Mona" She loves her fun As well as anyone. Roy MATTSON ---- Vocational Course Football 4, Basketball 2, Paris Progress Club 45 Bank Cashier 3, 4g Track 3, 4. A bnmlle of vim, vigor, and viialily. Lois MCCORMICK - - - Commercial Course Liitle, but Oh, my, Know her, and you'll know why. BLANC!-'IE MCNAMARA - - - General Course "Swrel" Dramatic Club lg French Club 3, Peace Progress Club 4. Yrs, but not Blanche Sweet. 2 5. 2 it l r 2 s 'i"i"f"f"f"f' 'iniufnf' I a v , v v v - - v -, - - - v Page 39 A'll"ll'lLlElR.i...f...-L 9 5.55 T .-..-- Seniors fr. I-ENICE MFRRILL - - - Commercial Course Pep Club 1, 25 Commercial Club 25 junior Prom Committee 35 Book Lovers Club 45 Choral Club 45 National Honor Society 4. If slnfx ax good a rfcriog as she' is a pal SlJz"ll l1!'l'l'l' wan! tHIOfl7l'l' our ul all. LAURA E. MAYER ---- General Course Bank Cashier l, 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 2. I,unru's a .frivml fo l'l'!'l'j10l1!' Her' work is moxlly all wrll alone. ODA M. Mn.LER - - - Commercial Course Her i7!'l'NIdl1f'lIf IS l7l'1'lI1dU!'l1f. EILEEN R. Moss ---- General Course French Club 35 Peace Progress 45 Milladore High School 1, 2. A girl flwafx worth while Is u girl llml ran xmilv. PHILOMAE MOZUCH - - Commercial Course "Phil" Giflml will! ll gurgling giggle. JOHN A. MURAT ---- General Course "Musk" Class Treasurer 35 D. O. P. E. 45 Radio Club 45 Tattler Staff 45 National Honor Society 4. If you wanf lo gr! lbs' low down Hz' was l1l'l'K'7' lzrmuw fo frown. IDA NEWBY ---- Commercial Course Ida lows to gr! lwr work done, Thru il1vrr"s firm' for lots of ffm. EVELYN NOVAK - - - Commercial Course Glee Club 1, 25 Commercial Club 2. If: loo bail rlw lldilff u lwin To nhl ber fun and help ber win. A I Page 40 5, 9 +4--4 TATTLE - -1----1 R .1-..2'..... Seniors WALTER OKRAY ---- General Course . NWI!!! The source of .111 lwowlrdgc. EINER OLSON - - - - Vocational Course As quiet as Ibe quicicsf of girls. MALCOLM L. PARKs - - - General Course rrMaIFrx Appleton High School 1, 2, 3g Mathematics Club 4. Gee, but I love me, 1 miss me when Pm gouc. GEORGE PAURERT - - - Vocational Course Glee Club lg D. O. P. E. 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 35 Basketball 3. If there's u chance for lzlujfing, Why no! bluff? MAE PAUKERT ---- Commercial Course A genlle voice, zz quiet way Very modes!-Tbai's our Mae. MARJORIE E. PEARSON - - Commercial Course Junior Dramatic Club 35 Vollcy Ball 35 Glee Club 3g Thalian Players 4g Junior Prom Committee, The Bookfellows Club 4. Sbe,s go! rx rrpufufion for brothers But she d0L'X71,f lack on looks. DOROTHY M. PERSIKE - - Commercial Course fPDot,! Dorothy hE5ll,f much to say Bu! we'l1 commend ber any day. EVELYN PETERSON - - - Commercial Course "Pele" Forever and u day- Gre! Thafs a long lime. r 1 5 Page 41 ATTLIIZI A4-4 Q -Ll 1 - - il T R xl Seniors wiki I I I I I I . .w'dwuMww RAY C. PLEET - - - General Course .skayv He's one bright spot when he wills. MILDRED K. Powisns - - - General Course "Toolie" Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Peace Pact Club 45 Book Lovers Club 45 Christmas Play 15 "Treasure" 35 "Beau of Bach," UO' Hara Sang" Vice President of Glee Club 15 Fair and Sup- per l, 2, 3, 4. Lifels a song-Doift take me wrong- I love to sing! EDNA CLARA Piuce - - - General Course "E1l." Dramatic Club 2, 35 Declamation 2, 45 "Neighbors" 35 Tattler Staff 3, 45 Choral Chorus 45 National Honor Society 45 Club Officer 2. Of lauowleilge, she is learned. josnm-I F. PRYGA - - - Vocational Course Radio Club 35 Mathematics Club 4. Any dates in History That he knows not of, cannot be. SYLVIA PUARIOA - - - Vocational Course Glee Club 1, 2. She has iz good imagination. Lois RICHARDS - - Commercial Course PYLOIOU Glee Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Thrift Club 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Vice President 35 Bank Cashier 2, 35 Book Lovers Club 4. Variety is the spice of life. DOUGLAS E. ROBERTSON - - General Course ffpugy, He's quite a guy with photographs, He malzcs them smile and even laugh. MAKJORIE A. Rooms - - General Course "Mari" Declamation 15 Paris Peace Pact Club 4. Sort of quiet little mouse, Will be useful around the house. 5 "I " 'U ' "l " I Page 42 Q' FRANK W. ROTHROCK - - - Commercial Course I Football 2, 35 Bank Cashier 3. ,.gi-LTATTLE Q R ----- s I 3-3. lax Q .I ' Seniors . "Fra11leic"' Never do ioday What you can do tomorrow. GENEVIEVE A. Rupp - - General Course HGQHY! Glee Club lg Choral Chorus 43 Basketball lg G. B. S. Clubg Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Mathematics Clubg Na- tional Honor Society. If eyes arc a sign of knowledge Gcrfs sure got it all. LEONE E. SANKEY - - - Commercial Course "BIondy" It's natural, every hit of if! KATHRYN L. SAWYER - - Commercial Course HKU., Soccer 1, 2, 35 Captain 14 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Volley Ball 35 Fair and Supper 1, 2, 3, -4. A merry laugh has our "Kay," Il can be heard a block away. W FLORENCE SCHMID1' - - - Commercial Course FPTu5y!! Soccer lg Basketball lg Volley Ball 3g Bank Cashier l, 3. One dimple rlocs the work of six in making friends. CAM. G. SCHMIDT - - - Vocational Course rrMoIdyn: He keeps his side-walks showicrl. O'r'ro F. SCHNECK - - - Commercial Course Glee Club 1, 2g Track 3, 4. Hr' iloc'sn'i believe in making himself hcarzl. LYMAN SCHWARTZ - - - Vocational Course "Nuts" Football 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 49 D. O. P. E. 43 Math. Club 4. Being a capfain has its good points, If you have a good ifacher. i i Page 43 ATTLIERAA-Ls f 4-'ii1TgTn T l . . -.1 - l Seniors JEROME SHAURETTE - - - Vocational Course UPl'dl2IlfSU Who is Ierry, What is bc? That ezwy lass commands bim? EDITH SIMMONIS - - - Commercial Course Rosholt High 1, 2g Emerson High School Chorus 45 Volley Ball 3. For :hc is im! fbr quiet kind u'l1o's m1ture m'z'e'r 1'arif's. JOHN B. SLOWINSKI - - Vocational Course Boxing and Wrestling. Wforry I burr 11f'z'e'r mai. ALICE M. SORENSON - - - General Course Soccer 1, 2g Captaing Basketball 25 Volley Ball Z: Pep Club 1, 25 Tattler Art Staff 4. From a lillle spark may burxf a miglaly flame. ELIZABETH SHIREK - - - General Course "Belly" Millaclore High School l. 23 Volley Bally Glee Club 4g Wood County Ag. School 35 Declamatoryg Paris Peace Pact 4. Silrurr' mon' musical Iban any mug. VICTOR STANKOSIQIQ - - - Commercial Course Radio Club 3g Track 2g Mechanical Printing Staff 3. Hz' Iilzvs fo joke, he lilzex lo foal, Bu! be is loyal I0 his srlzool. ANNE STEM-IENSON - - - Commercial Course "Sff'z'r" Paris Peace Pact Club 4g Soccer 1. "Rc'proof on bm' lip bn! a smile in lwr rye." VICTOR Srockx-'Isa - - - Vocational Course "Fisl1', All my lroublvs are Iifllr- onrx. Fngr 44 7 A Seniors 4 .1 ...,.,. TT R ,,-1,,.,s EILEEN SULLIVAN - - - Commercial Course "Wh-boot" Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Sec. 35 Glee Club 15 French Club 35 French Club Treasurer 35 "Enter the Herol' 25 Fair and Supper 1, 2. Maybe yes, and -maybe no, Anyway, she's got ii bean. ROBERT F. TAYLOR - - - Vocational Course fYB0bU Deep in the eyes of blue, ,g Girls, here's the chance for yon. 5 BEATRICE TECH - - - Commercial Course Her silence endnreth to the end of sehool. STANLEY C. TREBATOYSKI - - Vocational Course "Sian" Always at work, Never rlofh shirk. is JAMES P. Tuiuusl-1 - ' - Commercial Course fflimn Football 2, 3, 45 Class President 45 D. O. P. E. A l, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Commercial Club 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Radio Club 3, 45 Math. Club 45 Tattler Staff 45 Mirror 35 Bank Cashier 2, 3. i Enjoy life ere ifs fled For when you die, you're rx long time dead. X FRANCES VAN HECKE - - - General Course "Tenn" Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Book Lovers 45 Operetta 35 Music App. 35 French Club 3. Silence is golden if you can stand it, Music is beautiful and she can sing it. LILLIAN MAE XJLADIK - - Commercial Course 7 ffLilJ! Commercial Club 2. 5 Where :lid you gel that way with your eyes Deep in them a great mystery lies. C Jovcrs M. VEmuaAux - - - General Course A A girl with rirlnes for the men, She has already, nine or len. 2 E E l 2 9 i l 4 Page 45 'll'A'll'TlLlE iii Seniors FRANK WALTERS ---- Commercial Course "Frankie" Boys' Glee Club lg Bank Cashier 2, 3. Present indications show, . That he has not a tale of woe. HELEN WEIS5 ----- Commercial Course Glee Club 1, 2, Commercial Club 2, Dramatic 1. As wiusome as they make 'e1n, As helpful as they take 'em. MARGARET A. WELCH - - - Commercial Course "Arch" Glee Club 1, 2, 39 Pep Club 2, 35 Dramatic lg Volley Ball 3. I -mind my own business, Other people do too. MARGARET R. WERTH - - - Commercial Course ffpegn Pep Club 35 Volley Ball 3. Oh dear! I forgo! my date with-when I promised- WALTER WISNIEWSKI - - Commercial Course "Walt" Bank Cashier 3, 4. I speak only when Pm spoken to. EVELYN J. WNUK - - - Commercial Course "Baie" Quiet? You don't know her! FRANCES E. WALLOCIC - - - Commercial Course "Goldie" Her golden locks protrudeal down Halfway upon her beauteous crown. JOSEPHINE YACH - - - - General Course Pfloen Dramatic 2, 39 French Club 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3: Treasurer Mathematics 4. A smile For every while. v Page 46 ,444 1rA'1r'1rL1E -1--L R .f. y' -- 1, - ..-:.2.'..'i S 4 s Semors D ALFRED ZE1 ------ General Course ' 11's best to hare a little knowledge About the weather lest it go down to zero. RAY ZIMMER - - - Vocational Course ffRay,, , Tattler Staff 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Peace Pact Club 4g Bank Cashier l. It's all in tips of his fingers As over the drawing be lingers. ' ERNEST BECRAFT ---- Vocational Course D "Ernie" He grabs 'em by the arm, But never does them harm. 9 LORETTA BRAYBACK ---- General Course Maybe she can tell us something of "Mississippi Mud." DONALD KREMBS ---- Vocational Course fPDonll Cupid hits him, Then turnx around and bites again. ' FLORENCE PHILLIPS - - - Commercial Course ' just quiet and reserved, Studies never worry me, I let the world go by. , WARREN S1-RAGUE - General Course . rrAndyn Dreaming is a great occupation. P IRrs VAUGHN ---- Commercial Course Soccer 2, 35 Basketball 3, 4g Volley Ball 35 Bank t Cashier 2, 5. Great things are done up in small packets. Q I n , "l""lf 'lf 'lf ave , 'T ' "I " 6, I 1' Q U Y Y V V Page 47 V i- 3'- -5-1 TATTLER Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1930 OR the benefit of those who are not able to fully appreciate the outstanding capabilities and indubitable knowledge with which we depart from this institution of unsurpassed instructions, we are presenting those less fortunate than ourselves with those faculties that go to make up men and women, being assigned to the greater tasks in life. ARTICLE I. SECTION 1. First we, the Class of 1930, do hereby present to our inferiors, the liberties which we took at random. SECTION 2. To the Janitors and those who are earnestly concerned, we leave our everlasting gratitude for picking up articles which were at our disposal in the auditorium. ARTICLE II. TO THE FACULTY. We leave all our fears of failures and red marks, knowing that "All things Work together for the good of those lucky enough to get them." TO MR. KRAUS. The auditorium in perfect order in addition to all the hardware which holds the seats together. TO MR. HELD. A better system of clock-winding and a cure for sleeping sickness for those who should need it. TO MR. VINCENT. Congratulations on his sunny view of life. ' TO MISS SCHMIDT. Our regrets that the "sun" does not cast its direct "Ray', in this vicinity. TO MISS KUJAWA. Our sincerest regards for her future. ARTICLE III. TO THE JUNIORS. The spade-and a little more territory in which to dig for those "things worth while in life." TO THE SOPHOMORES. Our awe of the library in which knowledge is so hard to secure. TO THE FRESHMEN. The "Tree of Knowledge" where only "green things grow." ARTICLE IV. 1. To Ted and Margaret.--Jack and Jean's latest knowledge of "Hearts and Har- mony." 2. To whom who it may concern-a few more possibilities in good salesmanship. 3. To Claude Kitowski.-William Clausen's composure. 4. To Jane Anderson.-Don Krembs' best wishes. 5. To the Band.-A little more vigor. 6. To Clarence Konopacki.-Clarence Brooks' charming secret of winning hearts over the radio. . To Regina Schwebke.-Mildred Powers' interest in literature or mails.--fMalesQ. . In Mary Margaret Calvert's heart, we leave a soft spot. 9. To Madeline Siebert.-Henrietta Fountaine's grace. 10. To anyone ambitious enough to look for it.-The willingness to take all the knocks which we have accepted without complaint. In witness whereof we, the Class of 1930, do hereby set our hand and seal, this 12th clay of june, in the year of our Lord, one thousand-nine-hundred and thirty. JAMES TURKISH WILLIAM CLAUSEN JEAN BoYINc'roN HELEN Klrowslu Class Ojicers. 7 8 Page 48 ,i-.::TATT1LER Q Class Prophecy Dear Miss Glennon: Gee, this life in California is not what it's cracked up to be. In fact it got so boresome that my sister Jean and I decided that we'd take a trip back to the old place in Stevens Point where she and I used to go to school. Of course, when you part from friends, you never know when and where you will meet them again or why. So our object was to see just exactly what ten years had brought to our classmates. Our first stop was at Denver, Colorado, where Bernice Altenburg is a school teach- er. She gave up the idea of high school librarian, after experiencing the irresistible na- ture of high school students. I suppose you didn't know that Herman Ash and Douglas Robertson were moving picture directors in Hollywood? Well, they are, and have in- formed me that they are especially interested in the scenery there. They just sit back and have a lot of fun and when they can no longer bear the suspense, they give orders for the next scene, which is the one where the chorus girls do their little act. QSome sceneryj. Georgiana Atwell and Edna Crocker are playing up to Flo Ziegfeld. Re- member "They Hankered for Hollywoodu? Our Valedictorian, Ethel Baerwaldt, has been rewarded for her labors and is the Dean of Women at the Stevens Point Central State Teachers' College. And say, remember that guy that used to run around with Alfred Zei? Walter Baker? Well, he's the worldis champion boxer, while Ernest Becraft is the world's champion wrestler. Ain't that sump'n? Emma Becker has taken up dress- making in Paris, and has found that the art is a very fascinating one. Hazel Behnke is demonstrating model at one of the shops in Whiting. And imagine! Marie Bethe is married to Bill Herrick, who is teaching Bill, Jr. how to play basketball, and giving little Marie the fundamentals of the sport. Kathryn Blavat is teaching at the Grant School in Stevens Point and Donald Blood is band leader at Iola. I-Ie sure is doing his stuff. Bonita Blumenstein is giving debates over the radio, against Pa Henderson Qwho is still against the chain storesj, with Charlotte Cunneen and Mae Paukert preparing her com- petitive speeches. When Jean Boyington and Eugene Kyllo were last seen and heard from they were on the South Sea Islands, admiring the sunsets. Our friend from Mis- sissippi, Loretta Brayback, is a candidate for the talking pictures because of the mellow smoothness of her voice. Bennie Brezinski is running a brewery in Plover, while Gladys Brock has been offered an immense salary for testing scales for the Dayton Scale Com- pany. Honest weight! No springs! Clarence Brooks is in Egypt, very much en- grossed in fossil remains, as he is an archeologist. Lydia Cizek is a social reform worker in New York, a kind of a Jane Addams, you know. William Clausen is running a hot- dog stand in company with Lyman Schwartz and Jim Turrish. They are training for the big-league games. Evelyn Cooper fthe little girl with the attractive dimplesj has just won a bathing beauty contest at Tampa, Florida. Harold Coulthurst and Charles Gates have undertaken an Agricultural and Experimental farm outside of McDill. And eee-e-magine! Dr. Wendel Crosby married Margaret Donermeyer, who was his head nurse at the Hospital in Milwaukee. Alice Dorsha and Donald Duggan are married and taking up headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, while Vilas Glodowski and Warren Sprague are stunt men for moving pictures. Dorothy Dumbleton and Ruth Eder are nurse-specialists in Berlin, Germany, under Dr. Walter Okray who successfully operated on U. S. President John Murat, who was stricken with an attack of appendicitis while on a peace tour in Germany. Elizabeth Ell and Luella Esker are spinsters who are raising parrots and cats and are contemplating moving to Japan to raise tea. Evelyn Feltz b v v - f - f -1 - f - f -1 1' - f -. f 1 Page 40 ii: Tairrttn ii- Q and John Fish have decided that two can live more cheaply than one, consequently dis- regarding the saying, "Change the name without the letter, marry for worse instead of better." Henrietta Fountaine is the chief matron in the Veteran's Home at Waupaca, Wisconsin, while Helen Frank, Florence Fulton, and Catherine Krembs play prominent parts in society as husband-snatchers in New York. You remember that little bashful girl, Fern Gaedtke? She is head of a girls' aviation school. Not bad! Florence Glennon is head of the speech department at Vassar College after winning the International Contest at Spain. Dorothy Graff is a governess in Paris to Margaret Heitzinger's little daughter. Margaret is living in Paris with her husband, Rodney Krueger, who is presenting some of his paintings there. Grace Haka is a woman relief worker in Chicago. and she sure knows how to bring relief. Bernice Hanson is a model in Edna Price's style shop. Edna designs some of the latest styles. Evelyn Helminski is a partner of Marjorie Rogers who is specializing in ducks at Plover, Wisconsin. Catherine Harrer is the wife of the banker, Einer Olson, who finds banking a very useful occupation with a wife around. Isadore Holman has decided to follow in the footsteps of Mrs. R. R. Grindle, that of playing the piano for her husband, Tom Klish, who is band-director at Polonia, Wisconsin. Mildred Hughes is running an orphan asylum. Harry Isherwood and James Leary are running a barbeque lunch place where Isherwood Hall used to stand. Edward Jani- kowski and Marjorie Pearson fwho once agreed to disagreej have decided that two can agree cn some things, that of marriage, and Edward didn'ti need a lantern to see that either. Ed has been doubling for Rudy Vallee. Art Hetzer has popped the question to Edythe Simonis, who refused to tell me more about it, saying "Wait and see," and walked away. Mae Hanna Kalisky and Maurine Larson have gone into partnership. Maurine plays the piano while Mae Hanna dances. Ray Kaskey is taking Will Rogers' place at wise-cracking and he has them roaring all the time. fThe lionsj. Rose Kamrowski is taking up work at the convent, and Audrey Kingsland is leader of singing in St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church in New York over 2,5 00 choir mem- bers. Irma Kinney is portraying that "boyish figure" for cigarette ads. They pay large wages. Helen Kitowski has won a popularity contest for 'being the wittiest at Palm Beach. Louise Kostka is playing the organ over WMAQ, and Bernice Kostuck is teaching dancing at Milwaukee Downer, where the "old fogies there absolutely dis- courage the pleasing pastime." Lorelda Kraus just got married for the third time to Frank Rothrock, having just secured a divorce from John Lemancik, the other unfor- tunate one being Elmer Larson. Donald Krembs has a cabaret in Amherst with Erma Lutz, Laura Mayer, and Blanche McNamara as the entertainers. Fern Lutz, who we always used to imagine was shy, has proved the falseness of this statement by taking advantage of Leap Year-the victim being George Paukert. "Who'd a thunk it?" Jean- nette Marshall and Philomae Mozuch are in Ziegfeld Follies. "They Hankered for Holly- wood," but they are still hoping, because you can't tell when y0u'll get a break. Ramona Maslowski is a Shakespearian actress. She has been playing Juliet at the Orpheum. Roy Mattson and joseph Pryga are big league players and are drawing a salary of 512,000 yearly. Lois McCormick and Lenice Merrill are living together because they feel such a friendly interest in each other. Lois is engaged to Malcolm Parks and Lenice is sure he made a mistake when he proposed and evidently sticks to the theory, "You can't see without a light!" Oda Miller and Evelyn Novak are serving meals in a summer resort where they sell "home-made" cakes, etc., and all you want for your money's Worth. Beatrice Anderson is running a player piano at Stanley's Place, owned by Stanley Trebatoski, as she happens to be his wife, but if he only knew that his best friend, Frank Walter was planning an elopement-"But there, that's only supposition and scan- dal." Ida Newby and Eileen Moss, who are cousins, have joined hands in a partnership, chickens and what nots. Evelyn Peterson just couldn't leave Florence Glennon alone to battle with the world, so is assisting her in preparing her declamations. Dorothy Persike and Genevieve Rupp are running a Sweete Shoppe in Buena Vista. Florence Phillips and Sylvia Puariea are still making the boys at Plover step around. Sylvia is teaching the essentials of make-up. Ray Pleet is President of a Bachelors' Society of Page jo J-3.3-.TATTWLIER 11- - which Douglas Robertson, Robert Taylor, Victor Stankowski are members. Their motto is "No women allowedn fa loudj, so they whisper. Lois Richards and Mildred Powers teach lessons on "How to Get your Man, and when to get rid of him." Leone Sankey, Evelyn Wnuk, and Iris Vaughn are singing on Broadway. They call themselves "The Triangular Trio," and are attempting to revive the old favorites, such as "Old Black Joe," etc. Otto Schneck and Carl Schmitt are ventriloquists. They imitate the language of birds, consequently cause excitement in the hearts of some of their friends when they whistle in January. Elizabeth Shirek and Edythe Simonis are teachers in the Stevens Point High School. John Slowinski teaches water sports at Robertson Park in Stevens Point. Annie Stephenson gives illustrations on how to have beautiful blonde hair without care or worry, and demonstrates with Frances Wollock as her demonstrator. Vernon Swan- cutt is in the movies engaged with Paramount Pictures. He is the boy friend of Amer- ica next to Buddy Rogers. Remember how the girls used to fall? Beatrice Tech is engaged to marry Weldon Leahy, who is now the envy of thousands of girls because of his beautiful auburn hair. Regina. Trebatoske is a hash-slinger in the Antler Cafe run by Walter Wisniewski. Frances Van Hecke sings in the grand opera in Italy. Joyce Verreaux and Josephine Yach are running a drug store in Waupaca. Helen Weiss has been given 'back the job at Woolworth's in New York as floor-lady and general- manager. Margaret Welch has married her Arch and is living out West where none but the coyotes can disturb. Margaret Werth has a job in the women,s department at Montgomery Ward's where she is regarded as a real sales-woman, thanks to McNett. Alfred Zei plays the harmonica in a minstrel show playing in Chicago, and has scored hits by the dozens. Ray Zimmer has just finished the world's greatest masterpiece. His painting, which was entitled, "School Days," brought me back tothe old days when I used to read English Literature. I just picked up the "Tattler" which reminds me of a little incident that occurred the other day. Someone stared at Jean and me and being real inquisitive, inquired, "Are you two twins, by any chance?" "No,', I replied, "Not by chance. You have made a mistake or else you have poor eyesight. Nay, master, We are seven." Jerome Shaurette is engaged to marry Irma Kinney, while Kay Sawyer is promised Irma,s position when she resigns. Eileen Sullivan is now residing in Africa, teaching the Africans as a consolation after the death of her husband. Alice Sorenson and Alice Frasch are dancing in a Burlesque show in Milwaukee, and Lillian Vladik has accepted a position in teaching love-making with the eyes. Florence Fletcher is a teacher in Plover, and, say, George Kirsling is making orations on "HOW TO CONTROL THE SPEED LAWS." Well, I don't know anything else, and as I am working on a diflicult role, I will close. Sincerely, JANET ALBAN. Pate 41 ATTILIEIP 6 'I 5 'U "'U' v "U' v ' ,, '-' , Ng gi-....4.Li.TA'll'TLlElR 4 o git .. f I - ..-h ."' F Y K Smith Cordon Skinner Stro ig. Junior Class History TED STRONG - President FLORENCE SKINNER - - Vice-President ARVIE GORDON - Secretary MAXINE SMITH - Treasurer N the year of 1927, the class of "Sl" entered High School with an enrollment of 241. The class oflicers were David Boyer, Charlotte Atwell, and Orville Halverson. David Boyer with the help of the advisers and committees held a delightful party called the Freshmen Mixer. The class also was represented in Forensics, Athletics, and Scholarship. In the year 1928 the class was again ready for action at the beginning of the school term, The class officers were Arvie Gordon, Margaret Turrish, Aaron Monastersky, and Ted Strong. The annual party was held January 11 which turned out to be a great success. The class as Juniors elected the following officers: Ted Strong, Florence Skinner, Arvie Gordon, and Maxine Smith. The junior class was the first to adopt the method of purchasing cheaper class rings and pins. Again the class contributed much to the school's activities. On April 25 the prom was held which was one of the most elaborate social affairs ever held in the High School. -TED STRONG Page 5: N ' Q xl llnj' rfffv: A. llnrmlmx, I'. Brill, lf. Sivvwriglll, C. Rupp, R. Knclml, ll. Hoyle, Rf. Grevn. li. Riclmrds, ll. I.c:1'y. fllirrl rmuzl ll, 4lrm'm-V, XX. linker, ll. Xlnellcr, l.. Rustaml, 'l'. lluppa, li. 'llZllCllk'l', V. Amlersmx. G. Allen, Svrum L. Lcnry. hl. Amlcrsun. Inu! rf I' I'i1Lux R I , ,.l . I. I fwfr: R. Tutlxill, li, U'KL-cfe, li. llcuunlict, l.. XVysucki, A. linker, G. llartman, Xl. Pcrsik, l. Leary, 'ulcman, R, Scl1lirr', VY. lfnmstzul, lf. jzmilmwski, A. Blmmste1'Slq', K. Staples. 'lvl' wr-': ll. l.:1l'sw11. C. flllbllllllllll. li. Mcllmmlsl. C, llriniu. ,Slfuwrzfi rum: Bl., V-lll'lI'I'iSll, .X. XlAcNcely. ll. Altcnlmrg. ll. 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Ileusel, N, Ifuglehcrt. KI, Sclmftner. KI. N I'eterswn. I". Swanson. I r 1"i1'sI r'u::': Ii. IIIL'!1l'lUl1, S. I,c-pak. I.. Gmlwwski, Y. Grover, J. I.L1v1, M. Lipke, S. Iiurski, IC. IIo9fflCr, ! I,, xYlII'IIIlI'SIiI. U-- - . - .... -W Y--- I :gpg , xv' R77 i - -- -Y I H, Yf - - Page 50 9.1-...i:-Q.. TATTLlER.:.i-...:.Q ,Hi Joy, Unfertll, Nelson, Glirxski. Sophomore Class History DONALD UNFERTH - - President JAMES NELSON - - Vice-President JOSEPH GLINSKI Sefretary BARBARA JOY - Treasurer N 1928 the Sophomore Class of "32,' entered High School 214 strong. The class officers were Sam Kingston, Stanley Razner, Mary Jane Krembs, and Catherine Crosby. This group as Freshmen under the leadership of Sam Kingston was Well represented in Athletics and scholastic work. A Science Club was founded for Fresh- men only. A Freshmen party was held and was a great success. In 1929 the class came back strong. At the Fair and Supper Joseph Glinski won the popularity contest by a wide majority. The class was very well represented in all forms of athletics and always had the most pupils on the honor roll. In a basketball tourna- ment held just before the basketball team was picked, the Sophs made a good showing. The Sophomores Were also Well represented on the High School basketball team. In the girls' basketball tournament a fighting Sophomore team placed second. They have an excellent chance next year. The class, as students, were very hard workers and took numerous honors as scholars. The pilots for the 1929 class were Donald Unferth, James Nelson, Joseph Glinski, and Barbara Joy. -DONALD UNFERTH x 'gf 1 Page 57 Ifff- wfzp: I.. Xlnycr. S, Ifinmssny, R. XYmIsI1-wski, I'. Kruslm, I.. l'iut1-uxvski. NI. Ilmmmuu, R. liidvnl NI. XX'cIIn-xx If. 5Il1llIIiS. I'Irr'f'.l www: IQ. ,I:1s1rA'IwskI, I.. .I:lku:4z, KI, Higgins, If. Ilnvxxll, XI. I.c:1x'y, XY. K'uuItI1u1'St. Il. Iii:-lcuski, Il. 'I'r:uIc1'. Srllzlfrsxnski. 51'mlnl Vwrvi NI, Xlulski. AI. Ilitclmy, T. Hnldslcin, Y. Sires. 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NY:1l1m'ink, I. xIxt'I'UI1t'k. li. l:illk?lYIfgL'. Nl. Iiulinski. 'ini rms: Il. lkrlhy. lhulxlmxl, ll. l.a11inski, 12. -lxums. Y. lbzikwski, ll, Stn-sum, XI. Nlulski, tl. Smmxws, II. UL-ckur. R. lmmlgrcn. " mm! rms: U. Ne-why, l. Suclwski, G. I'm'te1', I". Nlwznclx. Nl. I-'lugxmn Y. Min-Ike, Uzmiels, R, Lcpinski, Sue-tL'x'lvL'1', l'zu'sun. 7'r.vl rm.-: C. Lnkicki. XYm. l'lemIcn1m1g, lf. Klicinski, ll. Moran, XY111. Iiretzkc, Y. XYz1lz:xk, R. 'I'mm'z:lk, Ifil. llulkc, U. xYt'hl'Il1Hl. J 'Q I W K 1 W 3 I 'i ! 1 . K . GE-' 111 MQW- 'W i 4- H A 11 'H ,ffeq HN! VN-it Pugz' 519 Eu X 1 'X L. 2 A , if-. Ei is' N. ' EVEN, W Y Eff Y QM E 5 af 1 gi N- 1 2' iiff Ey' gm 1 vi EJ H "W rr 1,55 gf, V I 5:4 9' Y TN V ' ,154 EELXl'r.N Eg . W 1 ji 1 . 1, QW-. g M X, 1 N i V 5 gg' i 15 ' V P ah K K UR 4 li F r F 2 E! V MQ lx i I W zz-'K Y Y. if-m ill 0 mu X lJl1l1'l!lV T lhckinski X Human 1 Clusehrn R. Drapes D. Parks R. Holdregger, A. ml T T111 muff mf R Iese l Boushlry R Ialkoski D Voss M. Holinan Y. Nlichcils B. Neispodzizmi, F-uspmlflull vtr X Xllteiell I Xhoblewekx I Okms R Okmy TT Perg F. Lremmei' R. Steiner, VV. TVard. T011 1'r1'1: T". Kranzuch KT. Mattson, K, Flnnd T. Holinaii. M. Leary T. Rusch. Shanu0n.YC. Vifisniewslki. Tliml row: T.. Furney IC. Cmbowski IT. Smith C. Jonas D. Unfcrth K. Ixinney C. Ixluck, E. Brill, , L. IX ' 'T 2 Svrnud ruEr:lyT7. Tirnnk R. Dawson IE. Rustad VV. Schmidt N. Rothman L. Hasscl. D. Rlenk E. Benedict. First ron: Cf Scribner, A. frifTen, VV. Stephenson, II. Criske, J. Clinslci, P. Slotwinski, C. IMcD0nald, li. Km LI s. X ivw' I --211. T A 4 . - 4 , f . N . . V T A W i T 34 V l A N I . TPA ': J. 1Iv,i. 1' ', '. " ,i. ,' , , , Rc , 3. '1. k. Third row: F. Kremhs, A. Doncrmeycr, E, 'l'urrish, T. TTeln1inski, I. Green, V. Morris, D. Calkins, H. TTill. SL" ':': , S. V, . 7' "', .L S., , i . , I I G. ' '. Fir. 'orvz V. i ' 'I , 2. " '. ', . , nj, . ', . - , T , X . I 1 . 1 Y ' 1 y T 1 y y T Page 60 7 4 4--L TATTLER f Miner, Menzel, Siebert, Somers. Freshman Class History TED MENZEL - President MAXINE MINER - - Vice-President MADELINE SIEBERT - Secretary HARRY SOMERS - Treasurer HE Freshmen class entered High School in the year of 1929, with an enrollment of 280. They chose Ted Menzel as President, Maxine Miner as Vice-President, Madeline Siebert as Secretary, and Harry Somers as Treasurer. The class ad- visers were Mrs. Week and Mr. Steckel. The class party was one of the big successes of the year. The grand march was led by Madeline Siebert and Harry Somers. The Freshmen entered into many High School activities having had members on the B Squad in Football, on the Frosh Basketball team and on the Track Squad. The Frosh girls also were high in activities, having a scrappy little basketball team. Not only in athletics do the Freshmen show up but also in scholarship. They were headed only by the Sophomores in having the best percentage on the honor roll. -TED MENZEL Page 61 1 IQ M-Aww! I , ......,..--. .... ..-.....-,-..........................-..m-.-,-.W AW W H W , ' Im""""f"lf' If 1 x I 1 I 1 FMm"M' QA , VY.. Am 15- 1 'N 'I if iw 1 Mx..-.vw.g-9-X4n.w-.1...n.n? Xfwlvll ...-mzxm.-.... Tnf' ww: V. I'esik, II. Gi:-se, I.. I.m's0n, N. Miner, R. F1'eibel'g', IT. Allen, I. liruske. Tllirfl row: ,I. Mnxflclml, A. VYevLI, C. liituwski, Ii. Mhss, if Ilrmielslm, .X. Horn, Ii. Ilornwski. 'Xvmflfl Vu-zu: IA. Ruscumw, VV. Iizxliuski, I.. VVeek, Ii. Rose, N. Pesik, INI. Ifnlkicwicz, C. Kabishop lfirxt raw: C. Ifixlllcssc-y. II. XYDIIIIICII. j. Stmsin, II. 'l'z1ylur, J. llrulxha, J. I':u'ks. ll IK-ski. Tnfv raw: I.. l'n-:11'sm1. ll. Ylmlik. A. Scott, Xl. Ilzlkins. N. Morski, R. Nugent, IC. Ilumhlvtun, XI. lluntzuu. Tlziml rufwt j. llrulmhn, I.. Stciuke. A. Ifurn-stcr, KI. Moss, I". Combs, S. Kuhack, T. Mk-nzel. Svmnzd ruuf: lf. Iiinnvy, U. Slmurvtte. XI. I.imI, II. Sonlers, II. I'r:1sl:I1. L. Kluck, Ii. Koltz. l"I'l'.Yl Vu"' I" Ilzly, C. Mossy, Ii. Iirlkc, I". .X1'vuIcI, I.. VYIQZEIQ, R. Iiremmer, R. Ilenmwski. .,.--..,, ..-, . . - . PK ...g J, 1 .- - x- Y' 2:7 Ny' Eff.. -H.2Qf..-.-QilL-3 . Y,,Kv,fi .fx jk A M., JK. Vf'Q 7 ,,,,,'f "" ' ,, , W, , , ...mintf - ' .V Pugm' 63 f-- K. Y Y W W , 4 -1-11!..D,..::::-2-M. -. .- -------f'-if ' 3,n:me-,.-m.mf----1. .. ......11-aflf--L 4 .:.. ...., ,-1 1. 1f--- 1 - 11 1 1- - 11- 1 1.1 11 745-fb-f"R"""" 'W' W '--' 51 W, '- I 2: J ii N .1 , .I . - X 'A""""s i II fffxiw f-iE3ff""i A ix I If fi.: M' """a"M' I E 1.x 1- ------H M- - -W - -'W-A-1' "-M' II I 1 1 131 I 1 ---A 1 kk 1 1 , N - I R N 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 N I X1 X I I 1 ' 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 'II 1 1 1 1 1 'I I I 1 1 1' 1 T011 rms: IJ. lltitfncr. L. Steward, Bl. lxallr, V. Zakrewskl, M. Mlcheais. .X. linker, M. Anngll, C. .XnsIer- I J 1 1 son, J. Clmurch. A 4 1 I I K 'I'hi1-Ii 1-nw: R. NVnuk. VV. licklcs, A. Sankey, BL Rerndt. R. Szczepnniak, IC. Mohr. IL Levi, lf. Klismef. X " l .S1l'l'f7l1If wiv: If. Versike, U. JZIIIICS, lf. Yach, M. Koshalleck, R. llelinpzer, S, XVarlxeItrm. li. i,i0fl"UVVSRl, I I X X I " ' R. Lenmn. 1 I I1 1 Fx Ffrxt wiv: C. Yicker. L. NYiCzek, L. Oestricll, R. Moyer, R. lircgury, A. lioike, S. Rnszck, l'. Suskey. 1 I I 4 1 I I . 1 M 1 I Y 19 1 I In IX. 1 Ii I I 1'I I. :I1,1 1 I.i1gA W 1 1 I1 1 1 1 I I1 1 1II 1 1I1 I' 11' 1 Wy. I 1 1I?1 II YL III 1 I11 IA III I1 I i 1 I I I 1 1 11 tl 1 11 II I1x, 1 II I 1 11 11 1 E I I I 1 1 I 'I I I A4 T011 7'0TC'Z C. Knbisiak, R. Shimmy, L. Scifiler, A. Fletcher, YY. Flcntie, ff Ilehlingcr. BT. IFaIkewic,z. 1 N 11 1 yilllifd mfs: L. Swanson, R. liieshnrg, ll. Hill, C. Narcl, ll. Ilreitcnstcin, fi. Rogers, L1. Urill, P. liach- I' W I inski, L. Shippy. 1 1 X Svfnllii raw: L. Fryer, M. Fleet. L, VVitte, C. FIICSIICY. L. Fl6'tcI1L'r. IC. Milclmrck, L. L'zln1pI1eIl, R. Bfarrs. J I 1 First ruff: A. Hickey, A. Rybicki, N. Calkins, IC. Uligncy, R. lirnonie, I. Posluszny, R. Parks, F. Fin- 1 I , ,f uvssy, F. Iunns. In -- 1 1 I I I I 1 -NX X I 1 1 ' I 1 I - - -,........ 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Zymln. l. XVys0CkC, ' ll. XY:1g11t'l', l ,S'vl-fun! wiv: Xl. Knslmllck. Moyer, R. Wlorzulla, li. Ciseski. lf. lluurtcr, K. l'lll1l'lL'l'lSOll, U. Scluewe, KI. Smith. Ifirzvt 1-uw: ll. Yickcr, R. Xlficzvk, A. Sclmcck, M1 Peterson, M, VVolf, E. Banks, VV. Hetzcl, F. Firmcssey. 1 X , l l I l l Q 4 1 ' Tuff Vmr: XY. llzmsun. li. XY:1lkusl1, .X, Smith. ll. XYnllacc, ll. Clark, L. Stucclx, U. Miller, G. Kusholluck, 4. lmkznszxvitz. X Tl1lI'1l rntv: R. XYalcluski, l.. Kosniskc, li. lflctclwr, M lhfane. T.. Niesponlzimd, C. Kustuclm, L. Axlmns, li. Nicqmclzizmi. I Svvniul row: J. lfrinlzxy, XV. Konopacki, F. Falkuwski, ll. lloxnhera. I. Klaslowskl, E. Fifller, E. Bortz, Q. Yicker. , Iffrxl raw: ll. ,lnxw-1'ski, S. Aclnms, ll. Larsen, M. Curley, Iurgella, if llassrll, R. Mclgarcl, D. Herrin. fi f MKS, V: WV- M , , nm W, - Ayffi- . -fi'i4.--5-Ki .A-- fQ-irif-H7g..ffQf..-3,f Rv , W-. xv! 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" il .. W, - -.. -5 2 . 7 V. " - .- 'N --Bmw-Y - m'wmw-mmmmmwmm-we-vl'W-V -dW----,,,Zj -. M. --4, -Ay--.2 .-.....--..- ,,.....Y...:, Tr x W I 5 - A LB lj A Vxx fi Q' X 1 I ll f a 'W If 12 X 'af ll , N f Y.-f.. N..- - ' Y - A 7 , , -W -,w,6,u,,.mm.++.i.m.. L-P W W Nowak -0-'Mm M 1 ,WM MJ'-1wf fl f Y -A A -1 , ll - " 'l if le :X w - 2 ll! ll ' l l l I 1 -H l l J ,l l I l ' ll l l I V 'C l ' l l l H V 1-2 . ..:' '. ", il. " l , 1 . i.v Q' ' ". Q. . 2, C. , . :I . ' ' , , . , . ' Y. -Y I: .' f 5, L... ' " , . . , . , - .. ' , . 1 , '. 5 - 7 QQ xl-if tab J. .lan ,1. Q' Yi c, ,. .W . . -. , .. '. . '. Ak. l ' z': 1. 7 "", '. Y .",.'.I s', '.l :', .J ' '. '..". ',f..'. '. N, N I l F l 1 Y 3 1,-T W ..,.... ,. V .V . -. Page 65 : N 55 4 I ,. qui' A -. V QW LM ir, 'M , 1rA1r'1rxL1ER ' 5 W , uf- ' A 'Q 1 -4 ,Q J if 1 f I .T . . ,K , Nm f A'xi1HE' ' " 3 ff:-T 1 , -cfzff ' R1 L M ' N , V. SEVEN! -"F".- -"F"Q Z 3 ACTIVITIES if ff' 'N ,iii TATTLIER .e..+.:-.Q . ... ,.i ,. r,. . 'llffv ron: Kyllo, Tiaerwaldt, Kalisky, Brock, F. Glennou, Murat. Bottom ron" Hanson Rupp G -Xtwell Nlarshall Ieahy Members not on the picture: Okray, Merrill, Price, Boyington, Monastersky, Huff- ler, Jurczak and Ringness. National Honor Society WALTER OKRAY - President GEORGIANA ATWELL Vice-President WELDON LEAIIY - Secretary Miss BERTHA GLENNON ---- Advisor HE National Honor Society was the first club of its kind ever organized in the Emerson High School. It was composed of those students who have held high standings during the four years of their High School career and who have taken part in a certain per cent of school activities. The object of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholar- ship, to stimulate the desire of all students of the Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior classes to render service, to make the lower classmen fit for worthy leadership and to encourage the development of characters of students. One of the ways in which they carried out this work was by composing a hand book to guide the students of less experience in their studies. Shortly after this club was organized, the members were seen wearing gold pins of which they were very proud. This group of industrious boys and girls have faithfully plodded on and have aroused the interest of many students to strive hard to reach the Honor Roll. Did you notice the list of Honor Roll students increase? Let's give this group credit of it. A 4 Page 71 1 gif.: 'll'A'll"ll'lLlER.i.i-.iw c.0V'llI'f.Yl llonastersky. Ira liowker, Glenn llha-l'llZll'l, Nelson, lllond, llfiffner. La llrot. Steckel. Clurincts: Garth llowker, C. Brooks, Newby, Galen llowker, Kranig, Snyder, Goldberg, Monastersky, ilteiner, Maslowski, Roberts, Mailer, Ruston, Steiner, C. Kitovvski, Maloney, Prais, Parrish, M. ichaels. Flutes-: Grinrlle, NValtcr Hoffman, Dolores Bowker. Drummers: D. Richards, Nason, Bryan. 7lI'UIIlI70lll'.fI 'l'. Ringness, llagneau, Rice, Clarke. Buritouv.r: ll. Ringness, Clifford Konopaeki, Pagenhoff. Fr'cm'l1 Horns: Clarence Konunacki, Burroughs, Charles Scribner, Audrae. Su.rap1mm'.r: Strong, Holman, Verna Michaels, Shanks, Lipke. Obovs: Velma Scribner, Dumbleton. Bassoovxs: Kuhl. Hass und Clurincts: Gertrude Nespodziani, Bertha Nespodziaui. Bells and Cllimrnri John Brooks, Hns.vr'.r: Stein, O'Keefe, Teske. The Band HIS is the fourth year of the existence of the S. P. H. band. The band instruction was again offered this year as a regular high school course under the direction of Mr. R. R. Grindle. The band ranks in class A which is the highest division recognized by the band association, and although the members were not so for- tunate as to be hosts and hostesses to the annual Wisconsin High School Band Tourna- ment this year, as they were in the previous year, they were most fortunate to take part in the tournament in Milwaukee. This is th: fourth year that the band has taken part in the state tournament. The band added much color, pep, and cheer to the football and basketball games at which they were always present. The students fully enjoyed band assemblies, and especially the march that sent the blood rushing through the veins of every full blooded Emerson student. This march is called the Pep Squad Parade. During the second semes- ter the band broadcasted over WLBL every Tuesday morning. The band has been making steady progress and it deserves much praise. Page 7: u '9:I-...44:f-.TATTLIER Q Q 1 1 1 Q I Tnfi row: Hasse, M. lVeller, Uolclregger, lloppen, lXI. Turrisli, A. Haiku. Sherbert, Rose, Ilolski, Zecrewski. Serond rmui Moss. Calvert, Sliirck, Zeblewski, Bard, Kalisky, A. Kingslantl, M'CNeely, I. Kinney, D. Leary. Bottom raw: jean Alban. Janet Alban, Y, Alban, Zamzow, Melkie, Altenburg. Mozueh, F. Glenuon, 4 ill. Powers. Skinner. 0 - 1 . Girls Glee Club Q . DOROTHY I-IOPPEN - Prcszdent MILDRED POWERS - Vice-President 1 FLORENCE GLENNON - - Serrelary-Treasurer VIRGINIA ALBAN, RUTH HOLDREGER - Librarians Miss BARD ---- Director 1 HE Girls' Junior and Senior Glee Clubs were combined into one large organiza- Q tion this year. It is a well organized group under the supervision of Miss Bard. The have made it a ractice to meet ever Thursda after school. Y P Y Y The members appeared in school assemblies, and put on a program for The Woman's Club in March, where they won much praise from prominent women of the city. They did their share in the commencement music and were heard over WLBL. ' Oh, we must not forget about this group of warblers caroling through the halls the Friday before Christmas, thus helping to carry out the old Christmas spirit. They also were seen and heard in the Christmas play, Fiat Lux. l It is indeed a worth while year for this promising group. l u .5 .. 'U' . '-' . "' , 'U' . 'U' . 'U' . '-' . 'U' . "' . 'U' . Page 73 '9i.i.+..TATTlLlElR ii-.id Top roar: Verril, Tuthill, VV. Crosby, Teska, M. VVe1Ier, Eder, R. McDonald. Tlzird ron-: Fonstad, Moss, Iirlingsun, Boyle, janet Alban, Rogers, Simonis, Wolfe. SFl'!7I1li mtv: Moss, C. Krembs, F. Glennon, Kyllo, Shaftfm, Price, Bruske. Bottom row: Urbanowski, Benedict, Uoursier, Zamsow, Fluguar, Mielke, Rose, Ii. Dumbleton. Mixed Chorus I CHARLOTTE BARD - Director I TILL another new organization is the mixed chorus. It has a very large member- ship-about fifty in all. The members are Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and I Seniors. A short time after school was opened in September, Miss Bard made an an- I nouncement regarding plans for a Boys' Glee Club and for those interested to meet at a certain hour in her room. All went well until the appointed hour when only a very, I very few boys showed up. Then she made the decision that there would be no Boys' Glee Club and, feeling that the 'boys should partake in some sort of warbling, decided that a mixed chorus would be just the thing. The response to this was better. No one I can imagine what the attraction was-maybe the girls? Well, anyway this organiza- tion has turned out to be a Hne one. I Can you remember hearing this group in an assembly? They are good. I . I . A v v T' 6. I 'nge' 14 94-J- 4-'ll'A'lI'TlLlElR-1--4--L inns ii 1-11- .-1 l.. 1- l Tuff row: Moss, llehnke, Tloyington, Sawyer, Happen, Peterson. Kitowski. Third role: Crocker. Esker, Cooper P. Mozuch. Scliwelnke, lirill, Ci. Atwell. Kluck, Sl'L'01ld row: G. Atwell, Sherbert, F. Glenuon, Altenburg, joy, K. Crosby, M. I. Krembs. First Voir: Marshall, Hoppa, llethe, M. Powers, Rosenow, Janes, Finch. Girls' Pep Club HELEN KITOWSKI President EDNA CROCKER - Vice-President GEORGIANA ATWELL - - Secretary-Treasurer Miss COLLINS and Miss SWANSON Advisors SHORT time after school was opened, a group of peppy girls organized a club called the Girls' Pep Club. These girls were interested in promoting real pep- assemblies and in arousing pep in not only athletic contests but also in band concerts, in debates, and all other activities of the school. This club started with twenty charter members and they worked so faithfully and made such a worth while organization that many girls became interested in the club. As a result, in a few months time, the whole school was Watching the initiation that a group of mostly Junior girls was getting. Perhaps you can remember Mary Finch walking around school with her head down or Barbara Joy carrying an alarm clock to her classes. These Pep Club girls were always seen in their red and black suits on the foot-ball field, at band concerts, at debates, and at basketball games cheering for their school. Could you forget the cheer-leading team consisting of "Kay" Sawyer, "Sis" Arwell, and Edna Crocker which always roused the spirit of this wonderful school of ours? The Girls' Pep Club was not only interested in the happy side of school life, but it also was on a constant watch for those students and teachers, who could not take part or enjoy the activities because of Mr. Sickness visiting them. These were sure to be remembered by the group with some little token. One of the outstanding things that this group did was to present the school with the American Flag that has become an inseparable part of the stage and auditorium. It is surely safe to say that these girls have done their work well. ,G " ' " ' -'r . 'U' . 'U' . 'U' . 'U' . '-' . "' . - - Page 75 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 4 A - 1 1 1 4 ,O . - . - - 2.12. TA'll"ll'lLlElR ig-iQ ' r Top rms: McN1:tt, J. Turrish. l'.UHl'fll ruqri lizlskey, XV. Crosby, Murat, Rohertsmi, IX. llaker, Mueller. 'l'lII'rd min: ll. liI"3!l1llS, Schwartz, lioehl, Tuthill, folenizui, lfml jzmikowski, Leahy. .Yvmlifl mic: li. Kinney, Clmwil, Liiwke. Sllillllii C. liunopaeki. Kyllo. llnlfmu ru ': Sliafton, lilinski, li. liunilersou, Strong, G. Vaukert, Stein. Boys' Pep Club D. O. P. E. JAMES TURKISH President WILLIAM CLAUSEN - Vice-President EUGENE KYLLO - - Secretary-Treasurer WALLACE MCNETT - - Advisor HE D. O. P. E., which has always been so successful in the past years, had a hard struggle getting started. Maybe the boys were lazy, we hope not, but after a challenge from the Girls' Pep Club, who were beginning to think the D. O. P. E. was going to be a flop, they were up on their toes and at it again. Their chief work consisted of promoting pep assemblies and the girls must confess the boys could put on a good assembly if they tried. They got many a laugh out of the soberest Senior and the wondering Freshman, who didn't know what it was all about. The President called regular meetings, whenever he felt like it. At the meetings the boys planned their assemblies, and discussed the activities of the school. The members sold Eskimo Pies at basketball games during the halves in order to swell their treasury and to prevent the nearly exhausted crowd from straining their vocal chords. Roger Coleman held most of the pep for the entire club, but nevertheless, the students agree that it was a good, healthy organization. At least it was a rest from the constant using of one's brain power and will-power. T 4 l'1lgI' 711 , -L- f..-i: TATTL1ER.i.:-...iq Tap ro-w: McDonald, G. Bowker, K. Kinney, Burroughs, Vaughn, Zylka, Lepinski, B. Ringness, Nason. b,0HUI7l row: llansman, Moran, Summers, li. Kraus, Pollam, Steiner, li. Kraus, liranig. Science Club RALPH OKRAY - Chief Chemist BEN MORAN Assisfant Chemist BILL NAsoN - - Sevretary-Treasurer MR. HASSEL VAUGHN Director HE Science Club is the most enthusiastic group of the lower classmen. The group was one of the first to be organized this year. It was under the direction of Mr. Vaughn. The aim of the organization is to promote more interest in science and to make it a little more humorous by means of educational pleasure such as scientific plays, reports and debates given by the members. One of the plays was "Playing with Fire." Near the beginning of the second semester the charter members held an initiation for about ten new members, thus increasing the membership to about forty students. The meetings held every other NVednesday had very good attendance. Prominent men interested in Science came to their meetings and visitors gave science talks and performed experiments. The club had few social hours and on the whole the work was immensely enjoyed by those who took part. Page 77 V44-4TAT'll'LlElR.i.:-...i. 1 1 Q Q 4. 1 1 1 1 4 C 4 4 1 1 4 1 1 I 3.-xii. ill Tnf' rmiv: J. Leary. NV. Crosby, T. Turrish. Third row: Pryga, R. Mcllonalrl, Robertson, I. Yach, Jerzak, liaerxvaldt, Parks, Collins, R. Zimmer. Svcoml row: Fonstad, J. Levi, VVysocki, Allen, Rupp, C. Kreinhs, Calvert, Mbzucli, Zylka, Hoeffler, Krueger. Ifottuln row: Lueck, Gunderson, R. Leary, llenetlict, Knapp, M. Smith, Iablonski, I. Kaskey, lf. Yacli, Firkus, Grnhowski. Mathematics Club Watrifit OKRAY - Presirlvnf GWENDOl.X'N ALLEN - Vice-Prrsidwzz' LUCILLE WYSOCKI Secretary JOSEPHINE YACH Trrasurer RODNEY KRUEGER - f Srrgeanf-at-Arms Miss MILDRED KROHN Advisor ERE is another newly organized club this year-the Mathematics Club. This is an honorary society for only those upper classmen who possess an exceptional ability and interest in hard work-or, in other words, Mathematics. The purpose of this organization is to promote interest in mathematics and to bring out the practical and enjoyable parts of this subject, besides broadening the personal knowledge of its members by such topics as History of Mathematics and Mathe- maticians, Short Methods, Slide Rule, Astronomy, Algebraic and Geometric Fallacies, Tricks, Puzzles, Magic Squares and Circles, Complicated Proofs and so. on through the line that any one of its members will gladly share with you if you so much as mention it. No, of course, this club does not work all the time. It has, in remembrance of its good times, a few Mathematic Plays, a Box Social, and one whooping glorious sleigh ride. In the latter part of 1930 it would not have been difficult to find the members of this fine organization making articles to be used in their work such as they did in kindergarten. The members have found this club very interesting and hope that it will be con- tinued next year. '1 1 ' 1 'v 1 Q lg Page 78 ' J--S-A TA'll'TlLlflRA-L-1-s' 7 . ,. ,- ., - .. --.1....-:..L-... 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 Tap roar: McCallen, XV. Crosby, Brooks, Swancutt, D. Moyer, Verrill, Bombs-ra. Svrolzli row: Isherwood, M'urat, Cutler, Robertson, Il. Coulthurst, R. Mcljrmald, Fleet, Peck. First row: Kyllo, Rogers, Grant, Gates, Shaftou, lfoustad, O'Keefe, Shippy. C 1 I Radio Club 1 CLARENCE BROOKS - President EUGENE KYLLO - - Vice-Presidenf 1 VERNON SWANCUTT - - Secretary-Treasurer A. M. MCCALLEN Advisor 1 HE Radio Club, an organization devoted to the study of radio principles and , apparatus, which was started last year, was re-organized again this year by Mr. McCallen. All the members constructed simple receiving sets and studied the principles of them as they went along. An amateur short-wave receiver and a trans- ' mitter were also constructed and a license for their operation was obtained. Meetings were held every Thursday evening with a regular business meeting every other week. At each business meeting a talk on some subject of importance to radio was given by a member who illustrated his talk with simple experiments. As radio is a very important branch of both experimental and practical science, the club attracted much attention throughout school. 4 1 ,G v' Y 'Y v' T' T' v : ' Page 79 f.iLl...+.'ll'A'lI"ll'lLlElRii4s Tor mtv: I-Isker,.Hel1nke, 'C. Kremhs, Calvert, Je-rzak. .S'erw1lI rote: Kalisky, lloymgtnn, M. Pearson, llroek, A. Kingsland, Holman. Bottom rr1'u': Cooper, janet Alban, .lean Jxlllllll, Mozuell, Rl. l'owe-rs. lf. lilcnumi The Bookfellows FLORENCE GLENNON President EVELYN COOPER Vice-President, PHILOMAE MozUcH - Secretary-Treasurer PRINCIPAL JOSEPH KRAUs - Advisor HE Bookfellows was one of the last clubs to be organized in the year of 1929. This club with somewhat the same purpose as the world-wide known Book-of-the- Month Club was started under the supervision of our Principal, Joseph Kraus. Mr. Kraus, having received several requests for the permission to organize a club similar to the Bookfellows of the previous year, searched the Senior Class for students who were interested in reading. He managed to get only a small group together, as he said it would be a serious club, not a social club. At the first meeting the members decided it would be better to have a larger membership and therefore each member brought .1 friend who was interested in work of this type. The club then consisted of Juniors and Seniors. This club met twice a month at the school and at these meetings reports were given on books that were bought by the club and also some that were rented from the library. The members chose a wide range of types o.f books and so the members became acquainted with many different authors and found the different types, such as classic, ancient, and modern, very amusing and interesting. All in all, the members feel that it was a very worth while club. Page .Vu f 3-...ii TATTLIER :gig Tub raw: Rogers. Moss, R. Zimmer, Stephenson, Gates, Islierwoocl. Krueger. ,S-FFUIIL1 row: Il. llumbletou, llaerwaltlt, Lutz, Brock, llolmau, McNamara. Buflom ruw: lirler, Shirek, janet Alban, Bl. Powers, F. Gleimon, -lean Albam, C. Krems. Peace Progress Club ETHEL BAERWALDT - President WALTER OKRAY - Vice-Prrsizlmzt BLANCHE MCNAMARA - Secretary-Treasurer PRINCIPAL JOSEPH KRAUS - Advisor MONG the newly organized clubs of this year was the Peace Progress Club. Its purpose was to promote peace, to educate the younger generation in ways and means of establishing universal peace, to abolish war in general, and to find a more satisfactory way to settle all controversies. The members studied the Kellogg Peace Pact itself, and have found it very inter- esting. They have also done much research work and have read all the literature on this subject that they have been able to get. They made the practice of meeting once every two weeks under the leadership of Mr. Kraus. This new club is of a serio.us nature and deserves to prosper and to remain on the list of the Emerson High School Activities. 1 i i 1 vv f , 1 ' v i 6x Page 91 7,.-., T A'll'TlLlElR Trip wir: lwuyle. VN. Liosby, luthill, R. McDonald, K ll Bntmuz rim: In Glennnn, Thompson fCUZlCll,, janet Allmu, C. Kremhs, Debate Resolved: Tbaf Il1Sftlll7IlL'71f Buying of Pcfrsorml Properfy as Unifwl Staffs is botb socially ana' zfconouzirully desirable. now practiced in Ibn' TEAMS NEGATIVE AFFIRMATIVE Eugene Kyllo ,e,.,e..,ee .,,.,.. F irst Speaker ....... ..,..... F lorence Glennon Richard Tuthill ,,,..., Second Speaker ..... ..,... R obert McDonald Marlowe Boyle ....,, ..r,, T hird Speaker ,,,,,,.. Wendel Crosby Janet Alban .,e,e,,ev....,,,,ee..........,......,, Alternate .e,r,,e,..,., ..eee........,..A. C atherine Krembs The debate teams of S. P. H. were organized in the early winter. The teams were made up of very enthusiastic workers and coached by the competent faculty advisor, Miss Irma Thompson. Contests were held with Granton, Marshfield, Wiscon- sin Rapids and Nekoosa. Decisions were as follows: First Debate ,,.....,,t,, ..,.,t... . ,. l..,,.,.,,,c,.,....,,,.l,.,,.,,,,c,,tl...,,.. .......,,c.,,.....,,..... F ebruary 6, 1930 Negalivc' at Wisconsin Rapids ..,.,,...... ,i......., J udge Boody, Ripon Decision in favor of the affirmative. Ajirmaiive with Marshfield, here ...,.......... Judge Mitchell, Lawrence Decision in favor of the affirmative. Second Debate ........,.t.t,..,.,,t,t.,..,.,...,,,.,,....,...,....... ............................,,,t F ebruary 13, 1930 Negative with Granton, here ...,...... .,..... J udge Mitchell, Lawrence Decision in favor of the Negative. Ajirmative at Nekoosa ,,,...,,.,,,,....... .,..... J udge Boody, Ripon Decision in favor of Negative. Page X2 f?-.::-3.--5-'ll'AT1l'LlElR T011 Vatu: Collins. Mueller, Swancutt, lioehl. Si.i'flz rofu: R. Ziininer, Tnthill. Strong. Leahy, Robertson, YV. Crosby. Fifilz rms: liultnn, Rupp, li. Kinney. Shaftoii, lid. blanikowski, Hoyle, Steiner. Fazlrtlr row: Grasamkee, Gallagher, C. Konopacki, lf. Glennon, iCrocker, Ryan Ccoachl. Tliirll row: Kalisky, Rice, liitowski, Moznch, Marshall, M. Powers. Svfond row: jean Alban, Janet Alban, Altcnlxnrgz, Calvert, M. Pearson, Sullivan. .liirxt raw: Newby, jahlonski, Reading, Y. Allman, Janes, lllielke, Knnpe, Skinner. The Thalian Players CLARENCE KONOPIXCKI President FLORENCE GLENNON Vice-Presiflwzt EDWARD JANIKOWSKI Secretary-Trfasizrcr Miss MARGARET RYAN i Advisor HE Thalian Players, the Dramatic Club, was open this year to only those stu- dents who were really interested in dramatics. This made the group a very selective one of amateur actors. Their aim was to promote interest in all forms of public speaking. The organization was somewhat different from former years in View of the fact that the club was not divided into groups as it was before but is one organization. During February a cast was picked for a three act comedy, "She Hankered for Hollywood." This play was given in a public performance in March and it certainly proved the skill of the students as actors. 9 "U" , "U" Y 'U' ' "I" ' A Page 8: 7.i.i.:Q:.TA'lf'll'lLlElR li s Thompson, McNett, Kostecki, Held, Martini, Stcekel, Capps, Stenzel, Ryan. Her Step Husband The faculty presented Larry E. Johnson's Her Step Husbamf, a three act comedy drama, at the High School Auditorium on April 3, 1930. The play was directed by Mrs. P. C. Fishleigh. CAST OF CHARACTERS Harvey P. Marshall .....,,,.,..s........,.... . ,,,,..,,,,tt.,t,,,tt, Mr. E. J. Stenzel Dr. Gerald Niles fjerryj ., ..., ,,,,,, M r. W. B. McNett Limpy Lannigan ,..., , ,........., .....,.,. M r, B. A. Held Oflicer Shea ............ ....... ....... M r . F. J. Steckel Mary Marshall ......... .............,. ........ ...,...., . , . Miss Rose Martini Sylvia Allen ...... ........,.......... ........ ,..,... ,................. M i s s Ruth Copps Miss Emily Paisley QAunt Emmyj . ..,....... Miss Florence Kostecki Florence Ainslee ...... . .............,.............. ............ M iss Irma Thompson Stella .................................................. . ..,....... Miss Margaret Ryan The entire play took place in Harvey P. Marshall's bungalow at Crestdale, a suburb of New York. The setting for the three acts was in the dining room of the Marshall home. Mrs. Harvey P. Marshall QMiss Rose Martinij was a day dreamer, and her dreams wandered a step too far when she received news that her aunt, Miss Emily Paisley fMiss Florence Kosteckij was coming to visit her. Borrowed curtains, silver, furniture and everything but a silver mug, which Aunt Emmy had given the baby, completed the beginning of trouble. The hiring of Stella QMiss Margaret Ryanj who loves "Rough-House Willy," the beloved infant, and of Limpy Lannigan QBen Heldj who gets Hred as soon as he is hired, starts the fireworks. If Limpy hadn't been fired Harvey P. Marshall CE. J. Stenzelj would not have had to play the butler, Mary Marshall would not have hired a husband over the telephone, who happened to, be Jerry Niles, engaged to Florence Ainslee, and who makes his first mistake by kissing Sylvia Allen QMiss Ruth Coppsj, and Hnally, the owner of the house, alias James, the butler, would not have almost lost his happy home and baby. Mary promises she'll never, never make believe again, but when she finds her baby she decides to imagine him a duke or a prince or something royal and informs the town of his royal recovery. This annual feature is a Tattler benefit and the faculty always manages to make the play a huge success. Page S4 TATTILIEIR.-i.:-..i Mlarshall, Royle, G. Atwell, Tietlach, Janes, Rosenow, M. Siebert, Tuthill, Crocker, C. Konopatki, Knope, VY. Crosby, Van He-cke, lid Janikowski. She Hankered For Hollywood HE Dramatic Club presented Frederick G, Johnson,s "She Hankered For Holly- wood," a movie mad farce in three flickers, at the High School Auditorium on March 20, 1930. Jim Hartley ,,,,...,, Hotfoot Jackson .,,..r.. Flossie Flowers ....,,,,..i... Henrietta McWhafIle Mrs. Wiggins ,,,.,,,.,.i,,,, Jack Kenmore ..,,....., CAST OF CHARACTERS .,---.--Marlowe Boyle .,,.....Richard Tutlaill -i.i-.--.---Fl0rence Knope Crocker -..---.--Frances Van Hecke Clarence Konopacki William Wiggins ,,,,, ,............ W endel Crosby Rose .............,..,,,,,,,,.l,.... ......... I eanette Marshall Dorothy Darling ...A ...,..,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,., G e orgiana Atwell T. Augustus Templeton ....,,, ,.,,.l...... . ...,.. ....... - .,.,,,,.,,, E cl . Ianikowski The entire play took place in the oflice and lounge room of Seaville Inn, near Holly- Wood, California. A synopsis of the play is as follows: ACT I. A summer morning. Long shots and outbreaks. ACT II. Afternoon of the same day. Screen tests and fade-out. ACT III. Evening of the same day. Screen tests and fade-out. The play was a huge success for the Thalian Players and it also taught the student- body and other town-people that it does not pay to hanker for Hollywood. . . Page 85 ' -7-i-....-E-.. TATTILIER I4 1 . 5 f p 4 3 E 5 Q IB 1 s ' 5 f cf if f 5 5 4 f ' 5 ' D 4 + 5 5 - vxvfvvvwfvwfxvflwf Page86 i ' a 3 i 1 3 B f ATHLETICS 93-..:.-Q-..-TATTLIER N H Bannach, McNett, Gerke. McCal1en, Vaughn, Shafton. The Coaches THLETICS of Stevens Point High School are under the direction of Mr. Harry Ringdahl. Mr. Ringdahl began coaching here as assistant to Mr. Hunting. In 1927 he became basketball coach. Coach Ringdahl's teams have always occu- pied prominent positions in thc Valley standings. Last fall Mr. Ringdahl took over the coaching of football. His popularity among the student body, especially the boys, has been a great aid in his building up fine teams. Assistants to Coach Ringdahl are: Mr. Vaughn, Central State Teachers' College, Football, Mr. McNett, Whitewater, Football and Trackg Mr. Bannach, Central State Teachers' College, Footballg Mr. McCallen, Lawerence, Boxing and Wrestling. Mr. Gerke is the faculty Athletic Manager and Harris Shafton is the Student Man- ager. i Page 89 . , ' -1 1. Q l 9 --- TATTILIEIR -12:9 1' Ar D XX M , W ki yr 1 li 1 ., VE: , M, , ' " . K Ll if ' ,fb H - l i W . K .Y 1, ,sn X .,: i f vb 'f ,Ui Q5 ' " I ,..i 1 inn'-A Q..-..,.-...A.. .,A,,,,.,W , , ,. . Page Q0 ,-W 4 V - --N - 4 W. W ir EX fr 'rn' nr. wi rea ' 5 B Squad 4 4 r I '4 r lfizxri ruin: R. AICIJOIIIIILI, llny, 1:1'ZlSCh, liukels. ' Suuunni raw: Colby, Pearson, Stcckcl, liremmsr. 4 I 1 1 Firx! raw: Rothman, Zaborski, Koback, Nugent, Broom, Stein. Scrond row: Mcuzel, Schlice, Copps, C. Mcllonzxlcl, Richay. 4 First row: Scribner, Eckerson, Breitenstein, Brunner, Vicker. Second row: Henna, Oligney, Lapinski, Krembs. r . Page 91 4 '7i...i:'ll'AT'1l7lLlElR344..:q . s. , 1 1 A. Tinker, Clausen, Unfertll, Kremhs, Uoach lilllgllillll, Chown, Rader, Swanson, 'lllll"1'lSll, YV. Baker, Schwartz, Koelll. ' The Football Season of 1929 ITH but four lettermen returning, Coach Harry Ringdahl faced the task of molding together an entirely new eleven. About fifty other aspiring youths , answered the call for' grid candidates. After a few weeks of hard practice the team met the alumni in a practice game. The grads proved to be a little the better and managed to come through on the long end of a 6 to 0 score. 1 Stevens Point ..,,,,,, .,...,..........,,. 0 Merrill ,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,..r ..,.,...,.,,.,,, 3 4 1 Merrill opened the football season here September 21 by handing the Red and Black warriors a 34 to 0 beating. Merrill sent a good sized line and an experienced backfield 4 into the game and though their experience showed up during the contest, the large score was due chiefly to Point errors. Though the Pointers showed lack of experience, they performed quite creditably. Stevens Point ..,,,, - ,,,,,,,.........v,,, 13 Rhinelancler .,,,..,..i,.,,,.,...,.......... 0 The Stevens Point eleven that faced Rhinelander September 28 sho.wed much im- provement over the team that lost to Merrill a week before. The Point,s first touchdown came as the result of a partially blocked Rhino punt. A. Baker caught the ball and raced over for the score., The second touchdown came in the fourth quarter as the result of a steady drive down the field together with a pass, Unferth to Somers. v v "g""U"'-'fl' 4 I 'age 9: - f-44-4-TATTILIER -A-s Stevens Point .,,,..,.......,,....,., 0 Marshfield ................... . ...V. 0 On the afternoon of October 4th, the football fans of Stevens Point and Marshfield had the opportunity of seeing their teams battle for four quarters to a scoreless tic. Both teams threatened at one time or another during the game but neither had the punch to push the ball over. With but fifteen seconds to play, A. Baker was sent in for the Point. He shot a long pass down the field to Captain Schwartz who was brought down thirty yards away from the goal. Stevens Point .... - .............,.. 0 Nekoosa ......,...V., .... - --- --.7 A blocked punt in the opening quarter enabled Nekoosa to score six minutes after the kickoff and to win 7 to O. Practically the entire first half was played in Stevens Point territory. The Pointers' attempts to score in the second half were stopped by the superior play of Nekoosa. Stevens Point .,,,,,..,........ .t ,.,, .6 Tomahawk ..,,..... . ..,,,,,r......a,. 0 Smarting under the defeat handed them a week before by Nekoosa, the Red and Black gridders sent Tomahawk home on the short end of a 6 to 0 score. Their lone touchdown came in the first period, A. Baker carrying the ball over. The second half found Tomahawk vainly trying to tie the score. They opened up an aerial attack but it was successfully smothered by the Point eleven. Stevens Point --., ,........ .. .,... 0 Wausau M- ....,... , .,........ --.-.61 The Point eleven suffered its third defeat of the season at the hands of the strong Cardinal eleven of Wausau. The Pointers' only opportunity to score came early in the first quarter. They gained possession of the ball deep in Wausau territory but lacked sufficient drive to put it over. Though the team fought hard, they gradually weakened under the powerful attack of Wausau. Stevens Point t....,r....... --.-,12 Antigo ,......,,...... , .......,,.,..... 42 After Antigo had stacked up a 13 to. 0 lead in the first quarter, the Red and Black warriors staged a come back that netted them two touchdowns. Chown scored the first on a clever forward pass play. A few minutes later he carried the ball within a few yards of the goal on a similar play. Unferth dashed off tackle to score. At the half Antigo led 13 to 12. Antigo,s second half rally proved too strong for the Pointers, though they did their best to stem the on-rushing tide. . Stevens Point ..... . ................. 6 Wisconsin Rapids, ,....,,,....,,. S8 With everything to gain and nothing to lose, the Red and Black gridders jour- neyed over to the Rapids to battle their ancient rival in the final game of the season. However the Pointers failed to display the fight so characteristic of Point-Rapids games and were completely out-classed. Their lone touchdown came in the second period after a long drive down the field, Unferth carrying the ball over. SUMMARY OF THE SEASON Stevens Point ...... .............,...,....,. 0 Merrill ....,...,,,,,....... .......,, 3 4 Here Stevens Point .,,.... 1 3 Rhinelander ....,,,....,... ...... 0 Here Stevens Point .,..... 0 Marshfield ....., Y ,..,,,..,. ...... 0 Here Stevens Point ....... 0 Nekoosa ......... There Stevens Point ....., .,,.,........ ,,,.... 6 T omahawk .,...,,..,. ,,,,,.,.. H ere Stevens Point ...... - ..,...... ......, 0 Wausau ..r,,,....,.....,., ........, T here Stevens Point ...,,.. 12 Antigo ..,..........i,.....,,. ..,...,.. 4 2 Here Stevens Point ....... 6 Wisconsin Rapids There Paze 03 .4 5 4 3, 3 4 4 l ., It x . I 4 r Q4 n' Page 94 A Q , 4-L-L TATTLER i.:-.LQ Top mtv: Riiigdnlil, lickersnn, Herrick, Golla, '1'ardiH', Polehitski, Gerke. Hollum 1' iv: Slmfton. Mclloiuilrl, Schlice, liregory, L'nfertli, lizirler. The Basketball Season of 1929-30 EATURING a brilliant offense and an eiiicient defense, Stevens Point once more finished among the leaders of the conference in basketball, tying for third place in the Hnal standing. Except Wisconsin Rapids, the Point defeated every team it played at least once. The Pointers lost to the Rapids here but played a tie game at the Rapids. Performing as it did at the Rapids and also here against Wausau, the team was practically invincible, though in other battles the team displayed a complete reversal of form. Unferth and Schlice were among the high scorers in the conference. Stevens Point had a high defensive rating as well as an outstanding offensive rating in comparison with other valley teams. The team had no regular captain but Nolan Gregory served as Honorary Captain during the season. At the regular banquet, Ray Golla, center, was elected captain for the coming season. The only regular to graduate is William Herrick. Golla, Gregory, Bader, Unferth, Schlice, McDonald, and Tardiff remain as a nucleus for next yearis team. ' Page 95 9:2-..i..i-.TATTLIETK iiiw ' r Tof' row! Stein, Gmalmi, Parks, Kyllo. V Bnlimrz mfs: Zahorski, Strung, Slutwinski. Olignvsv. Stevens Point ...,,,7,7. .. ..,, 7 Wautonma , .. ..12 The basketball season was ushered into Stevens Point on December 6, when the Red and Black quintet met the highly touted Wautoma team. All of the Wautoma players were veterans of last year's team and their experience proved to be a big help to them. Though the Pointers had many shots at the basket, they made but one field goal. Stevens Point ,,,,, .,,,,,,,, 1 4 Tomahawk U . 12 A Held goal by Unferth in the last two minutes of play enabled Stevens Point to win its opening conference game. Eight of their fourteen points were made from the free throw line. The Reds started fast and kept the lead through the game. Unferth was high scorer with five points. Stevens Point , .,,,,, 20 Rhinelander , ,,,,,,,,19 Playing their first out of town game, the Pointers managed to squeeze out a 20 to 19 victory over Rhinelander. Stevens Point stepped out in front at the beginning of the game and led 12 to 7 at the half. The Rhinos tied the count at 12 all but by the end of the third quarter the Reds had again no.sed out in front 18 to 17. With but a min- ute to play and Rhinelander holding a 19 to 18 lead, MacDonald sank a long shot to clinch the game for Stevens Point. Schlice was outstanding with four field goals. '-" , "-" , '-" , '-" , "Q" v Xvf , v Hvf I'ngr Q6 gf. : TATTLJER .-i.:-L Gregory, Schlice, Golla, Unferth, Bader. Stevens Point .... . .... ..............,...,.. 1 7 Alumni .......,..... ............... 2 8 After holding the grads scoreless in the openingquarter, the Reds gave way to a deluge of field goals and lost the annual game with the Alumni. The Reds led 2 to 0 at the end of the first quarter as the result of Unferth's field goal. But during the second quarter, the team composed of former local stars nosed out in front and took a 7 to S lead. By the end of the third quarter they had increased their lead to 15 tc 7. Both teams scored frequently during the final quarter but the lead of the Alumni proved to large for the Reds to overcome. Elliot led the ,Alumni with five field goals, while Gregory and Unferth each scored three for the Pointers. Stevens Point .... - ...................... -21 Rhinelander ,l,,,v ,... .......,.. . - -..,9 Stevens Point won its third conference victory by handing Rhinelander a second beating. The Point started out fast and at the end of the first quarter led S to 4. In the second quarter they increased their total to 11 While Rhinelander remained content with S. The Reds kept on increasing their lead as the game Went on and when the Hnal period ended they left the floor a 21 to 9 victor. Gregory led the Pointers with five goals. Page 97 R - s I 3-.li li X 14--L-4 TATTLE 4.6.4- Herrick, Polebitski, Tardiff, Eckerson, McDonald. Stevens Point ......................... ---.18 Merrill ............... . ............... --7 Merrill was the fourth team to fall before the Stevens Point's attack. Starting the game with lots of pep and speed the Reds acquired a six point lead before Merrill had scored at all. At half time Stevens Point led 9 to 4. Both teams strengthened during the third quarter, the Pointers getting a field goal while Merrill sank a free toss. In the fourth quarter the Reds stepped away from the tiring Merrill quintet and at the end of the game led 18 to 7. Schlice scored three goals for the Point. A Stevens Point ..... ..........,...... .. ....... 9 Wisconsin Rapids ............... 11 Stevens Point suffered an off night in their first game with. the Rapids and lost a hard fought battle. The Reds failed to score a field goal during the first three quarters of the game, and when they inally did get going in the last half, the lead of the Rapids was too much to overcome. Both teams started out with defensive games and at the end of the first quarter the Rapids led, 3 to 1. In the second quarter the Rapids sent an entirely new team into the game and collected five more points. The fourth quarter began with the Rapids holding a 11 to 1 lead. Gregory started the rally with a field goal. Three more baskets followed in short order and the Rapids led 11 to 8. A free toss by MacDonald brought the Point total to 9 and the game ended shortly after. Page 98 IR s ,-.iii TATTILE' .-:.:..i-.. Stevens Point ,...,..A........,... 17 Wausau ............w............. .26 Stevens Point's second defeat of the season came at the hands of the strong Wausau quintet. Wausau jumped into a lead at the start of the game and at the end of the first half were ahead 19 to 5. At the end of the third quarter Wausau led 24 to 9. Though the Reds out-classed Wausau in the last quarter, they were unable to overcome the enormous lead. Unferth was high scorer with five baskets. Stevens Point .,.......,.. . .... .,22 Marshfield .....,.,....... --.-....----20 A basket by Golla in the last thirty seconds of play enabled the Reds to down Marshfield. Stevens Point had the upper hand during the first quarter and led 5 to 4. But Marshfield stepped out in front during the second quarter and led 12 to 9. The score was tied at 20 all when Golla got the ball down under the Marshfield basket and tossed it through. Marshfield tried frantically to tie the score during the final seconds but was unsuccessful. Stevens Point .,,...... ..... ,... - - .,.24 Wisconsin Rapids - ...... ...-.-24 The Point and the Rapids meeting for the second time, fought out an overtime game to a deadlock. However the game was awarded to the Rapids because they had the most field goals. The lead changed hands frequently during the first period and at half time the Rapids led 14 to 15. Both teams carried the fight on into the third quarter but the Rapids had a little better luck and led 20 to 17. Shortly after the be- ginning of the last period the Point tied the score and with two minutes to play they went into a 22 to 20 lead. The margin seemed enough to win but with 12 seconds to play the Rapids scored and tied the count. The same story prevailed during the over- time period and the game ended a 24 to 24 tie. Stevens Point ....,............... 22 Antigo s............................. 25 A. rally by Antigo, beginning in the third quarter, spelled doom for the Pointers. The Reds jumped into a lead at the beginning of the game and were in front 9 to 2 at the end of the first quarter. Antigo climbed up a bit during the second quarter and cut down the Pointers' lead to 13 to 9. Aided by the accurate shooting of Javorsky, Antigo went into the lead in che third quarter and nosed out in front in the last period to win. Golla led the Reds with eight points, Stevens Point ....,............... 16 Wausau ................. ............. 9 A seven point rally in the last minute and a half of play enabled the Red and Black to gain revenge for a previous defeat at the hands of Wausau. Wausau, though outplayed, held the lead for the first three quarters of the encounter. After four min- utes of play in the fourth quarter, the Reds went into the lead. Then the Wausau de- fense cracked and the Reds scored three goals to win 16 to 9. The former state cham- pions were able to score but one field goal against the Pointers. Stevens Point .................... 12 Marshfield .............. . .......... 34 Weakened by illness and the loss of a regular guard, the Reds lost a one sided game to Marshfield. Led by their scoring ace, Schnell, Marshfield took a 10 to 1 lead during the first quarter and increased it to 19 to S at half time. The Pointers weakened during the closing frames and Marshfield proceeded to chalk up a large score. SUMMARY OF "B" TEAM GAMES Stevens Point ...... ................ . . ......... 12 Rapids ..................... .... - S Stevens Point ...... ....... 8 Wausau ....... ..... . ...19 Stevens Point ...... ....... 1 2 Marshfield --. .......... nl" Stevens Point ...... ....... 7 Rapids ...... -.--.-- 5 Stevens Point ...... ....... 1 7 Wausau ....... ......... 1 9 Stevens Point ...... ..... . ,-14 Marshfield ...... ---17 X T' v 1' 'i xvf 'T v gf , , Page 99 9.-i..44.44TATTLlElR i..:'q The District Tournament STEVENS Po1NT GAMES Stevens Point. ................,.t. 13 Nekoosa ,.....,t,.,.....,., Q ...,,. .11 HE opening night of the tournament found Stevens Point paired with the strong Nekoosa quintet, one of the tourney favorites. Nekoosa took the lead at the beginning of the game and held it throughout the opening quarter. In the second quarter Eckerson was Sent into the fray and he sank two shots in short order. A Point rally followed and at half time they led 10 to 9. The Reds increased their lead during the third quarter to 13 to 9. The rest of Nekoosa's points were made by their star, Manske, on a long shot, in the fourth quarter. Score by quarters: Stevens Point ..,.... ........ 3 10 13 1 3 Nekoosa ......... .,.............,,, S 9 9 1 1 Stevens Point ,,..............,,. 11 Wautoma -,.,,,,,,.....v.,,,,,-,.. 12 Suffering from the effects of a hard game the night before, the Red and Black lost a close game to Wautoma. Wautoma started fast and had a five point lead before the Reds scored. The victors kept out in front during the rest of the half and led 8 to S. The Pointers closed the gap slightly during the third quarter and had many chances to knot the count, but failed. Score by quarters: Stevens Point ......... .....,. 1 S 9 1 1 Wautoma ..........., ...r,,.,.. 6 8 1 1 12 Stevens Point .....,,,,........,... 11 Nekoosa ,...... ..,.........,........ 1 2 By defeating Amherst, 24 to 8, in a morning game, the Red and Black won the right to meet Nekoosa for third place. A field goal 'by Manske in the last minute of play of an overtime period, enabled Nekoosa to nose out Stevens Point and win third place in the district meet. The Point jumped into a five point lead before Nekoosa could score and led 5 to 1 at the end of the quarter. Nekoosa tied the score at the half and went into a one point lead in the third period. The game ended a tie at 10 all. After a minute of the overtime had passed Bader was given a free throw and he made it good. Ir looked like another win for the Point but Manske's long shot put the Blues in a lead that was enough to win for them. Score by quarters: Stevens Point ...,,..... S 6 8 10 11 Nekoosa ...,.....,...,s..... 1 6 9 10 12 MINOR SPORTS With eight letter men returning as a nucleus around which to build a team, Stevens Point looks forward to a fairly successful year in track. The returning Veterans are: Schwartz, weights, Swanson, pole vault, Koehl, high jump and shot, Cutler, dashes, Krueger, mileg Kaskey, high jump and javeling Baker, half mile. Malcolm Parks, Fox Valley hurdle champ, will compete for the Red and Black. The first meet of the season was held here April 12, when Wausau and Marshfield were defeated by the Point. As in former years, boxing and wrestling have been carried on under the direction of Mr. McCallen. Quite a few took part in these sports and exhibitions were given on different occasions. Ernest Becraft of the wrestling class this year won the high school wrestling title. Tumbling and mat work was carried on under Mr. Ringdahl's direction. Exhibi- tions were given on gym night and between halves of basketball games. Klish and Swancutt were especially good. s 1 Page mo . . 1 7 1 - - . - il: irailililwna .ia-.:. Tiff' rote: Uiiiiihlf.-toii, Atwell, Royington, Sorenson. Hutton! raw: xiiillgllll. Sawyer MJ, Blzirshzili. Basketball ASKETBALL is the goal for which every athletically inclined girl strives to reach. Practice is begun immediately after Christmas vacation. Soccer is usually played, too. This year, ho.wever, there was not a large enough response. Although a large number of girls reported for basketball, only a limited number could be accepted. Nineteen Freshmen signed up, thirteen Sophomores, sixteen Juniors and nine Seniors. Every player, according to the I. W, A. A. rules must be examined by Dr. F. A. Krembs, the city physician. Two court basketball is played, that is with three forwards, one playing center, and three guards. The center dividing line on the court is the foul line. When a team over- steps it the opponent takes the ball out of bounds. Personal fouls are called because of shoving, tripping, overguarding, or any intentional body contact. Two free throws are awarded on fouls. There are also many technical rules in the game. The official colors of the classes are as follows: Freshmen, green, Sophomores, orange, juniors, purpleg and Seniors, red. The uniforms consist of black suede trunks and jerseys of the respective colors trimmed in white. Sophomores and Seniors wear black ribbon trimmings down the sides of the trunks, and the Freshmen and Juniors white. The class initial is worn in the front of each jersey. The annual Basketball Tournament was held in the afternoons of March 15, 16, and 17. Quite a few High School students, especially boys, were spectators at the games. One game between each of the four classes was played. Each team met the other teams in one game. The first day the Juniors won from the Freshmen by the close score of 14 to 13. Both teams missed many free throws. The second day the Sophomores defeated the juniors by a score of 13 to 9, and the Seniors were victorious over the Freshmen, 22 to S. IHIQ4' I A'll'ATT1LlER:..:-...:..9 I Tufv 1-mu: Rice, XVnlfe, Scribner, llaker, XVysocl-ci. Iiutfmrz mu: Skinner, Chesney, Sparks, Redding. Yrobel. The last day the Sophomores beat the Freshmen by the score of 17 to 13, and the Seniors defeated the Juniors, 27 to 2. E. Dumbleton, A. Foerster, and L. Oestrick were high-scorers for the Freshmeng I. Brill, E. Grasamkce, and M. J. Krembs for the Sopho- moresg V. Scribner and F. Skinner for the Juniorsg and K. Sawyer, Marshall, and E. Crocker for the Seniors. According to rules, the Seniors received black felt "S" letters as a reward for Hrst place in the tournament. Lineups of the teams were: FRESHMEN-E. Dumbleton, fg A. Foerster, fg L. Oestrick fCjfg D. Richards, gg E. Bombera, gg B. Gregory, gg M. Wolfe, g. SOPHOMORES-I. Brill, fg E. Grasamkee, fg B. Joy, fCjgg V. Micheal, gg M. Holman, gg P. Kranzuch, gg G. Podach, fg V. Hanson, f. .IUNIORS-M. Vrobel, fg V. Scribner, fg F. Skinner, fg R. Sparks, QCjgg R. Baker, gg E. Rice, gg D. Redding, gg V. Chesney, g. SENIORS-K. Sawyer, fCjfg E. Crocker, fg J. Marshall, fg G. Atwell, gg I. Vaughn, gg D. Dumbleton, gg A. Sorenson, g. Miss Roth decided not to. pick an all-tournament team this year as has been done in the past. She said that there was not sufficient competition among the girls and that if an all-tournament team was selected, all the members would be from one class. Page IU? ,-2-A-L TATTILIER 11- 11 Q 'Inf' ruff: lirauzueh, Iirill. Kremhs. Crosby, Blarliail, llallaglier. liufiimz mtv: Ilalisfni, I'oilael1, joy, llrliuzm, liraszuukce. Girls' Advanced Gym Class HIRTEEN athletic girls of the Junior and Senior classes, anxious to progress in gymnastics, reported to Miss Evelyn Roth for an advanced gym class. It was the first in the history of the Stevens Point High School. This class proves that some girls appreciate gym, although you often hear groups of them talking in the halls about the hard and tiresome work. This class is held on Monday and XVednesday of each week during the seventh period. Every day for two weeks or four days there are different routines carried out. The advanced gym class has been represented in two school activities this year -the Annual Gym Exhibit and a preliminary game of basketball of the Stevens Point- Tomahawk game. At the gym exhibit the class put on exhibitions of tumbling, bar work and pyra- mids. Character dances were also. given by members of the class. The preliminary basketball game started at 7:30 on the night of Friday, December 13. One team, captaincd by Edna Crocker, wore orange jerseys and were called the Orange. The other team, captained by Georgiana Atwell, wore purple jerseys and were called the Purple. There were the following line-ups: Purple Orange G. Atwell qcp .,.... F. Xffoclfel' CC? E E eeee ee E I I . aug n ,,,,,.., .,,. , , . J. Marshall ,, . , ,,,... , F. K. Sawyer g i C. V. Scribner , r ,.,,,, C. El Peterson Y V g V G- H. Kitowski ,,,,, G. G. Haka 7 W gg H G- B. Rice ., G. F. Skinner ,. N ., G. N V ' ' vv ' v ' ' Rv! ' ' Y 6 l'ii,ei- my vii.-1 irfxiririsitn :..-gig Taj' p-mp: llrnske, Gregory, VVolfe, Miner, Allen, Frascll, Rutfnm mrs: Ulk, Riclizirils. lluinlileton, Uesti-ich. Fuerster, lloiiiliwn. l.1'lXl'llIllS'V Miss Roth and Mr. Ringdahl coached these teams according to boys' rules. The Purple defeated the Orange by a score of S-3. Atwell made a field goal, while G. Atwell, V. Scribner and Boyington made free throws for the Purple. E. Crocker mad: a field goal and K. Sawyer made a free throw for the Orange. Most of the members of the advanced gym class took part in the Girls' Annual Basketball Tournament representing their respective classes. Near the middle of March Miss Roth suggested that the girls play tennis in the warm weather. This new game in, our High School was received with much enthus- iasm. Each girl had a racket and regular tennis teams were organized. There were hopes of starting a girls' track team, but this proved rather indefinite, because of the lack of time for practice. However, horseback riding was adopted. Red .and white checked rompers are the official uniform of that class and with various colored anklets and regular girls' gym shoes it makes a very picturesque outfit. - Some girls, although they are unable to be in this class, love to "skip" free periods, and watch its members practice. The encouragement of girls' advanced athletics should be helped and Miss Roth has fine hopes of establishing a similar class of athletic junior and Senior girls next year, Physical education should be increased one hundred per cent. I'ngv 1 ., n -44-3-'ll'A'1l"lflI.lERi.LF...i.Q' 7 3-'-.-T.-:. .1....-.- V 'lhfv nm-1 Skinner. Turrisli, Klarshall, Vaughn, Atwell. Rice, Crocker. .ll 1'i1'fiIi' raw: Sawyer. lfntfum fwfr: llmiibeivri, 9 ribiier, Jonas, llakzi. The Gym Exhibit VERYONE in the city of Stevens Point, large or small, student or adult, looks forward to the Annual Gym Exhibit. Two girls' gym classes, the Advanced Girls' Gym class, and experienced boys participate. The gym exhibit of this year was held February 27, 1930. The gymnasium was packed to capacity. People were peeking in every nook and corner that it was possible to. Parents, relatives, brothers, sisters, and friends were here to see these fine athletes perform. There was no admission charged and the motto seemed to be "Come early and avoid the rush." Many children of school age were here and they watched it with eager eyes and open mouths. Older people seemed to be just as favorably impressed. Miss Evelyn Roth, the girls' coach and Harry Ringdahl, boys' coach, trained them for many months in the practice and routine of their acts. Two girls' gym classes performed in various exercises, in "Cat and Rat," and in relay races. The so-called "high lights" of the program were pyramids and barwork by six of the girls' advanced gym class and tumbling and apparatus work by the boys. Two character dances, Dutch and Old-fashioned, were given by Edna Crocker and Georgiana Atwell. This exhibit proved what can be accomplished by the boys and girls of average ability. 5 '-gf , 4 Page I0-S T A 'll' T IL IE R W I r 4 r ' I n?P P 93 f2Z SSQ f ll F 4' J f' N,Xx GZ' - "" - 9 TXTTI. I IER :.i.i. Hand Form Letter for Tired Business Men N. B. This note cancels all previous correspondence. Scratch out items not needed. Dear fSweetheart fHoney fFriend Wife fBoss I take my pen in hand to inform you that I am fWell fSick ...,....................,,.. Pulse ............,........... Fever --- - -. --- Qsober fShaky fLonesome for ............ ..........,............................... - ..... Name of Party I hope that you are the same. I miss you very much. fYes ........,.v....,..,......,..... fNo. How much? I wish that you were with me. QYes CNo The weather is very fhot Qcold .,.........r, A.........c...V.......,........ Qrainy Temperature How are all the fBoys K Girls fFolks fCats QDogs fNeighbors How is the Flivver? I send you fLove fKisses .............,,........... C5355 M115 qU2nfifY fBest Wishes QKind Regards Hoping this finds you well and happy and trusting to hear from you by return mail, I remain, QYour little man, fYours devotedly, fYours truly, fYour sweetheart, QFriend husband Noticezgf :P The statements herein contained are results of careful investigation on my part, and while not guaranteed to be absolutely correct, are supposed to be true. Sign Here ....... ., ,......,,....,,.,.....r..... .. ....e..............,..,.......... -. The lucky man. Dated -,,,. ,, ..,,,, Month ........vr.,........,.e.. ...... . -.Day Time ..,..........,.. P. M. M. Page 107 :..+.TA'll'TlLlER ii.:-.Q Miss Ryan: "Give me a sentence using the word notwithstanding? Chippy: "The boy wore out his pants, but notwithstanding." Mr. McCallen: "I will represent the moon with my hat.', Lyman S.: "Is the moon inhabited?" Sam Kingston: "So I have to take ether, do I? How long will it be before I know anything?', Dr. Crosby: "Now Sam, you know you mustn't expect too much of ether." Miss Zimmerli: "Where is that paper plate I put under your pie, Ray?" Ray K.: "Was that a plate? I thought it was the lower crust." Harris S.: "Vat iss the meaning of the word 'hence'?" Ted G.: "It iss someding you hold mit your girl when you're in love." Clell Stein: "Do you want to marry a one-eyed man?" Bonita Newby: "Don't be silly. Why?" C. S.: "Then let me carry your umbrella." What We'd Like to Know- What will happen when we get to college. How you'd make a caricature of Weldon Leahy. He can do seven things at once! Oh, well, so could Caesar! What Mary Finch sees in Star-gazing. What the real mystery is in room 22 on the second floor of the old building, Why football captains and senior class presidents are so popular. What there is about this school that is so virtuous. In English during a recitation on the oldest English. epic, "Beowulf", Frances Van Hecke insisted on calling the monster, Grendel, Grindell, and in Macbeth, McDuff was given the name of Mc- Nett. It's a great life if you don't weaken! Why Bud Clausen's thoughts run so high. When some one called "Ruth" the other day, Bud looked up with a startled expression on his blank countenance and said, "Good night, have we mind readers in this school?" Why they call women the "Unexpected sex." Will someone please inform us as to how we are to tell when Mr. Kraus is entering the room? Why Roger Colman can't become class president. All that he needs is the stu- dent's consent. Why Miss Glennon insists on the seniors studying. They know all there is to know providing they aren't bothered by outside influence, and I think there is a saying about drawing your own conclusions for better success. X v I Page no .4 .L .L T T JL IE R - .i-.. .6-. S Helen K.: "Oh, what a strange-looking cow. But why hasn't it any horns?" Farmer: "Well you see, some cows is born without horns and never has any, and others shed theirs, and some we dehorn, and some breeds ain't supposed to have horns at all. There's lots of reasons why cows ain't got horns, but the big reason why that cow ain't got horns is because she ain't a cow-she's a horse." In Detroit, so the story goes, two autoists met in an alley too narrow to permit them to pass each other. One of the autoists rose in his car and shouted at the other: "I never back up for any darn fool." 4 The other driver quietly put his car in reverse, backed out and replied: "That's all right, I always do." City Slicker: "Those are wonderful strawberries you have there. Do you use fertilizer on them?" Farmer: "No, just cream and sugar." First Barber: "Nasty cut you gave that old gent, Bill." Second Barber: "Yes, I'm courtin' his 'ousmaid-that's to let her know I can see her Tuesday night." Teacher: "Edna, what is the function of the stomach?" Edna: "The function of the stomach is to hold up the petticoatf' Traffic Officer: "Hey, What's the idea? Didn't you hear me whistle to you?" Miss Ryan: "Certainly, I did, and if you try it again I'll report you." House Wife: "No, we don't want no books, nor we don't want no calendars. We don't want nothing." Salesman: "What about a cheap grammar?" Wife: "What are you looking for, dear?" Camouflage Artist: "The car, honey. I painted the darn thing an inconspicuous color, and now I canlt find it." Passenger Qon big airshipj: "What was that noise?" Deck Hand: "We just passed the Dog Star, sir." She: "What did you call your mother-in-law after you were married?" He: "The first year I called her 'I Say' but after that we called her 'Grandma'." Gus H.: "What do you think of Shakespeare's plays?,' Earl I-Ioeffler: "What team does he coach?" Book Agent fto farmerj: "You ought to buy an encyclopedia now that your boy is going to school." Mr. Boyle: "Not on your life, let him walk, same as I did.', The following answers were received in the semester exams: "There are two parts to a sentence, the subject and the predicamentf' "To kill a butterfly, pinch its borax." "Nicotine is such a deadly poison that a drop of it on the tail of a dog will kill a man." "The water gathers all in one place in a lake which has numerous holes like a sieve," explaining the question, "Where does rain come from?" 5 'Y Y Y v' v' 7' v XV! Q v v lv 6 Page III 7:-..-QL: irfsrfritirgra Neal R.: "Ted, who has done the most good-Henry Ford or Billy Sunday?" Ted: "That's easy, Henry Ford." Neal: "I-Iow's that?" Ted: "Henry has shaken the devil out of more people than Billy Sunday ever can." "Glen Hoffman, don't you love me any more?" "Sure I do Florence, I'm just resting." Jim: "I've got half a mind to get married." ' Bud: "If that's all you have, you will." Rodney K.: "Hello, old man. I haven't seen you for years. What are you doing now?" John M.: "I'm a lawyer." Rodney: "Honest?" John: "I said I was a lawyer. Isn't that enough?" "Hildegard is a girl who could have married anybody she pleased." "Then why is she still single?" "She never pleased anybody." Roger Coleman says, "If you think that a trust and savings bank is an institution that will trust anybody with its savings-well it ain't." Mother: "So your teacher asked you who was swallowed by a whale?" Tom: "Yes, Mother, and she wouldn't take Noah for an answer." Fisque: "That bird Richleigh must have money." Bisque: "So must I. Introduce me, will you?" Bill: "This is the plot of my new story: A midnight scene. Two bandits creep stealthily toward the house. They scale a wall and force open a window. As they slip in the clock strikes one.- Marie: Qbreathlesslyj: "Which one?" Charles Mc.: "Man, that was a grand jugglerf' Frank S.: "What! He was the worst I ever saw." C. M.: "Well maybe he wasn't so clever, but I gave him a bad SS bill for a trick and he gave me a good one back." David Weltman opened a new 5- and 10-cent store. His first customer was Walter Baker who bought a toy and gave Dave a dime. "Excuse me Waltf' said Dave, "but dese toys iss 15 cents." "But I thought this was a S- and 10-cent store." "Vell I leave it to you, how much it is, S and 10 cents." Jeanette M.: "I'd like to try on that rose dress in the window." Clerk: "Sorry, Miss, but that's a lamp-shade." Mrs. Kraus: "I'd like to buy a wrench." Clerk: "A monkey wrench?" Mrs. Kraus: "Er-no-I think my husband wants the big baboon size." Jim T.: "Don't worry, you're not any worse than your grandmother was." K. Sawyer: "Yes, thatis what makes me so furious." Page II2 1 74.5,-L TATTLER Bob: "Very few men escape baldness." Bill: "Yes, it's hair today and gone tomorrow." Bride: "My husband had a hope chest, too, before we were married." Friend: "For mercy sakesg what was in it?" Bride: "Old socks. He hoped maybe I'd darn themf' Mary: "He,s so romantic. He never speaks to me without beginning 'Fair I.ady'." John: "Romantic me eye: that bird used to be a street-car conductor." Prof: "Anything that has temper can get mad." Stude: "How about a razor?" Irma: "How do you know Lambert loves you?" Betty: "You ought to see the Way he looks at me when I'm not looking." Vox: "Has your son forgotten all he learned at college?" Pop: "I certainly hope so. He can't make a living necking, that's sure! Mrs. Held: "Is there any hope for my husband, Doctor?" Doc: "I can't say, Madam. What are you hoping for?" Millie: "I've had plenty of handsome men at my feet." Billie: "Yeah? I've had lots of trouble with my dogs, too." jimson: "Ah: just going out?" Jameson: "Yes, I'm going out to look over my library." Jimson: "Library?" Jameson: "Yes, I go around and visit my friends now and then, and look at my books, and often I pick up an umbrella or two of mine." Doctor: "What you need, Mrs. Riley, is 'a regular dose of ironf' Washerwoman: "Sure an' don't I get a regular dose of iron every day of me life, Doctor?" Johnson: "Yes, Bill and me are in partnership, but we carry entirely different goods." Swanson: "Explain yourself." Johnson: "Well, you see, Bill goes around and sells a stove polish that leaves stain on the fingers, and I go around next day with the only kind of cleaner that will take it off." Waiter: "Did you have coffee or chocolate?" Customer: "Fm not sure, but it tasted like paste." Waiter: "Thar was the coffee. Our chocolate tastes like gluef' Bill: "Watchu lookin at?,, Bud: "That sign." Bill: "Whazzit say?,, Bud: "Ladies Ready to Wear Clothes." Bill: "Well it's dern near time, if you ask me." X l'u,v.1v II3 74.44. TATTLIER.-:..L4..i.Q jim T.: "What is a glass snake?" Bud C.: "A snake seen by a drunkard when enjoying a glass." Roger Coleman claims to be a descendant of Adam and Eve. Mr. Kraus: fAfter Christmas vacationj "Well I see we are all back." Smart Frosh: "No, Sir, I'm part front." Mr. Steckel: "Doesn't it give you a luxurious feeling to lie in bed and ring for your maid?" Mr. Held: "Why, have you a maid now?" Mr. Steckel: "No, but I have a bell." "You can take your finger off that leak in the pipe now, Father." "Thank heavens, is the plumber here at last?" "No-the house is on fire." Anxious Old Lady fon river steamerj: "I say, my good man, is this boat going up or down?" Pilot: "Well, she's a leaky old tub, ma'am. so I should not wonder if we was going down. Then the b'ilers ain't none too good, so she might go up." Rachel: "Is Abie good looking?" Tillie: "Well, he was until he got his nose caught in his fadder's cash register.' Sam K.: "Did you hear the story of the dirty window?" Clell S.: "No, I haven't." Sam: "Well, never mind, you couldn't see through it anyhow." "Why does Florence call John maple sugar?" "Because he's a refined sap." THIS IS DIRT Getting out this TATTLER is no picnic, If we print jokes, people say we are silly, If we don't, they say we are too serious. If we clip things from other papers, WE are too lazy to write them ourselves, If we don't, we are stuck on our own stuff. If we don't print contributions, we don't appreciate true genius, And if we do print them the section is full of junk. If we make changes in some other fellow's write up, We are too critical- If we don't we are asleep. Now likely as not some guy will say We swiped this from some other paper. WE DID. Don't worry if your jobs are small And your rewards are few- Remember that the mighty oak Was once a nut like you. Woodsman spare not that tree Save not a single bough Though in youth it sheltered me Coal is fifteen dollars now. 'U ' 'U ' 'l ' 4 Page 114 1 ,iii TATTJLIER .L-.1-..f.4 Mary M. Calvert: "I dreamed last night that you proposed to me. What is that a sign of ?" Clarence B.: "That you were dreaming." We hate to pick on the freshmen again, but we must do it if they insist on calling a "chassis" a naked automobile. Betty R.: "Why he,s the flower of the family." Margaret: "Yes, he's a blooming idiot." An Englishman loves his beer and his Bible. A Scotchman keeps the Sabbath and everything else he can lay his hands on. An Irishman does not know what he wants, and won't be happy until he gets it. A Welshman prays on his knees on Sundays, and on everybody else for the rest of the week. Sign for a used car mart: "Ye Olde Busse Shoppe." Ad seen in front of a farmhouse: "Ye Olde Fresh Eggs." Edna C.: "So you don't like to dance?', Kay Sawyer: UNO, it's nothing but hugging set to music." E. C.: "Well, what's wrong with that?" K. S.: "The music." Teacher: "Tom, give me a sentence using the word "banquets'." Tom Ringness: "When the band quits we will have some music." Weldon Leahy : "Just where did the truck hit you?" Helen Kitowski: "Well, all I can say is that if I had been wearing license plates, one of them would have been smashed." Little Girl: "What's the new baby at your house, a girl or a boy?" Disgusted brother: "Aw, it's a girl. I saw them putting powder on it." Have you heard the new wet song? "The Bottle Cry of Freedom." Miss Collins: "When I was your age, I could name all the presidents off by heart." Joe P.: "Yeah, but there was only about ten to remember then." Father fat 1 a. m.j: "Is that young man asleep, Mary?" Mary Jane: "Hush, Father, he has just asked me to marry him and make him the happiest man in the world." Father: "I thought so. Wake him up and send him home." Mrs. B. Held: "My husband is just the most aggravating thing." Miss Kerr: "Now what?,' Mrs. H.: "We argued for three solid hours, and the stubborn thing never opened his mouth." Ticket Agent: "Change at the junction, sir." Lyman S.: "Don,t be funny, I'll take my change right now." Chippy: "Are you a friend of the groom?" Mrs. Hoppen: "I should say not, indeed. I am the bride's mother." Page ll 14--4iTATTlLlE IR - - - s li"-.i 3 5 Edna C.: "Would you wear a rented bathing suit?" Georgiana A.: "It would all depend on Where the rent was." Frank Menzel: "Did your watch stop when you dropped it in the hall?" Ted M.: "Of course it did. Did you think it would go right floor?" on through the a stick of wood Mr. McCallen fin physics classj: "How long would it take for to disappear?" Bill Rogers: "It depends on what kind of neighbors you havef' Miss Glennon: "Give a sentence with the word indifferent." Warren Sprague: "Every night when I get home late, I have Teacher: "Hello, is this the weather bureau? How about that shower tonight?" Voice on phone: "Don't ask us. If you need one take it." Ben Goldberg: "What are the three greatest mysteries?" Harris S.: "Love, women and hash." Aaron M.: "How did you get that black eye?" to go indifferent." Mr. Grindle: "My wife gave me a pair of socks for my birthday." Bill H.: "Every time I kiss you, it makes me a better manf' Marie B.: "Well you don't have to try to get to heaven in on Justice: Officer Justice Officer . ez "What's wrong with Bill?" He's a camera fiend, yer honor." But you can't arrest a man for taking picturesf, It's not that, sir--he takes the cameras." e night." Grandma: "It says in this paper that the modern young women are abandoning all restrictions. Now mind you Edna, don't ler me catch you going out without yours." Salesgirl: "Here's a lovely sentiment. 'To my Valentine-the only girl I ever loved'. " Bud C.: "Fine. I'll take five-no, six of those please." Lambert Kluck: "Do you believe kissing is unhealthy?" Betty Rice: "I've neveri-Y' Lambert: "Never been kissed?" Betty: "No, never been sick." Rapidly talking lady fro storekeeperj: "How much are lemons? What do you charge for oranges? How deep is the river? When does the next train leave?" Poetic Grocer: "Two for a nickel, three for a dime, up to your neck, and half past nine." Page Il6 I.-3-is-5 i 6 ',, v , , , R - s ,-L4--1-TATTLIE -' PROVERBS Always put off at night what you're going to put on in the morning. More rubber necks are acquired in the process of copying than a rubber tree ever dreamed of. Never try to get anything published in "The Tattler."' If it is too poor, it won't be considered: if it is good, it will sound too professional. Mrs. Knope: "But you can't go out in the lrain, dear. Your rubbers leakf' Florence: "Oh, that's all right. I have pumps inside of them." "Red" L.: "Are you married?" Jeanette M.: "No, I was kicked by a horse." Miss Sutor: "One of my classes reminds me of a Christmas tree." Miss Thompson: "How come?" Miss Sutor: "Assorted nuts." M. Boyle: "We have historical proof that the Confederate soldiers wore Union suits." Miss Ryan: "What do we call the inhabitants of Ireland?" Wendel: "Icemen." Miss Glennon: "Your recitation reminds me of Quebec." Malcolm Parks: "Why?" Miss G.: "Built on a bluff." James T.: "Fd do anything in my power to prove my love." Mr. Hoppen: "Would you support her?" James T.: "I said anything in my power." Miss Krohn: "Now, think it out, Jim." Jim T.: "But there's only 45 minutes left." John Murat: "What time did yo.u leave the party last night?" "Snappy" Konopacki: "About two minutes after three." John: "Three o'clock?" "Sappy',: "No, three blondes." Vilas G.: "Can you tell me what a fish net is made of?" Victor S: "A lot of little holes tied together with strings.' 3 Freshman fentering barber shopj: "How long before I can get a shave?" Barber feyeing him criticallyj: "Oh, about two years." Rf' - ' Page 117 94-44 TATTLER 1 P XVausau and the Point All evening long the storm of battle, cross the gym floor swept- All evening long the anxious watcher, o'er the players his vigil kept O, the anxious upturned faces gleaming whitely thru the light- O, the countless little prayers, said by the watchers on that night. One by one, our score mounts upward, And at last the trumpets blare. Mr. Ringdahl in his gladness, grabs young Shafton by the hair. "We have won it, we have won it,', shrieked The madman in his ear. Almost scalped him in his frenzy While poor Harris quaked with fear. Then the band struck up an anthem While the students crowded round Till the coach and his young victim Gradually their senses found. Minister: "What is your worst sin my child?" Minister: "That isn't vanity, that's imagination." M. Powers: "My vanity-I spend hours before my mirror admiring my beauty." Chem. Teacher: "What do you know about nitrates?" t Studen : "They're cheaper than day rates." Eng. IV: "Can you tell me anything about John Milton?" George K.: "He got married and then wrote 'Paradise Lost,' and when his wife died he wrote 'Paradise Regainedf " h LEAGUE OF NATIONS Waiter: "Are you Hungary?" John S.: "Yes, Siam." Waiter: "Then Russia to the table and I'll Fiji." John S.: "All right Sweden my coffee and Denmark my bill." a Be true to your teeth or they'll be false to you. Page 118 Q M ,.:...L.g TTILER I-1-1, TA -,,-.1 6 Harold Helm: "Have you a few minutes to spare?" Wayne Flinter: "Sure." Harold: "Then you can tell me all you know." Jeanette Marshall: Qlooking into the futurej. "Do you think it is unlucky to be I married on a Friday?" Scotty: Qlooking into the pastj. "Certainly, why should Friday be an exception?" Did you ever notice that a hard-boiled egg is yellow inside? The Senior class is the best, but a rotten tomato can spoil a whole basket. Mr. Kraus: "Before I dismiss the class, let me repeat the words of Webster."" Ray Zimmer: "Let's get out, he's starting on the Dictionary." Helen K.: "Have you any green lipsticks?" Clerk: "Green lipsticks!" Helen: "Yes, a railroad man is going to call on me tonight." A draft of Missouri mules had just arrived, and the new private made the mistake of going too near one. His comrades caught him on the rebound, placed him on a stretcher and started for the hospital. On the way the injured man regained conscious- ness. He gazed at the sky overhead and felt the swaying motion of the stretcher. Feebly he lowered his shaky hands over the side, to find open space. "Mah soul," he groaned, "Ah ain't even hit de ground yit." ' Wifie: "But dear, I haven't a thing to wear." Hubby: "That's perfectly all rightg we'll use the closed car." While setting up the stove last Thursday, Roger Coleman came across several words he hadn't used for a long time. UNCLE IZZY SAYS, TRUE OR FALSE A man can't live fast and long, too. Go slow. I have had a perfectly wonderful time. Thank you for the headache tablet. Run up and see us any time and bring the family. We'd be pleased beyond words. I I think pigs are awfully cute. I Your daughter should go in for grand opera. She has a marvelous voice. I do not mind at all having the little dear on my lap: it calls up such sweet memories. Yes, his fingers are a bit sticky, perhaps, though I had not noticed it. Yes, that is a hair on the edge of my plate. Please don't apologize, it is one of my own. Very careless of me. I Page 119 ,iii TATTLER MURDER He had choked her- She was dead-there could be no doubt of that. He had listened to her dying gasp. Now she was cold-cold as the hand of death. Yet in his anger he was not convinced. Furiously he kicked her. To his amazement she gasped, stuttered and began to hum softly. Mr. McCallen: "Wake that fellow next to you." C. Schmidt: "Wake him yourself, you put him to sleep." Sam K: "See that chimney over there?" Gordon: "Yes." Sam: "It is condemned." Gordon: "Why?" Sam: "Too young to smoke." Mr. Stenzel: "Can you tell me an example of wasted energy?" Don. Blood: "Telling a hair razing story to bald-headed man." Roger Coleman: "Another idea of an easy job-garbage collector in Scotland." Ev. P.: "If you went east, would you go by Buffalo?" Bernice K.: "Certainly not, I'd go by train." M. Parks: "What did Sir Walter Raleigh say when he spread his coat for Queen Elizabeth to walk on?', Lucille Betlach: "Step on it, Lizzie." Mr. Kraus: "Anyway you look at a pancake it is a complete flop." "Doc" Crosby: "Do you know the difference between riding in a taxi and riding in a Ford?" Alice: 'Tm afraid notf' "Doon: "Then we'd better take the Fordf, Elizabeth Sherbert: "If a man smashed a clock, would he be convicted of killing time?" 4 Robert McDonald: "Not if the clock struck first." . Rapids girl: "But I don't know you.', "Red" Leahy: "What you doin't know won't hurt you." A stout matron is just a lovely girl gone to waste. Jim Richay: "What doyou think of our little town?" "Poots" Baker: "It's the first cemetery I've seen with paved streets and electric lights." Mr. McCallen: "Describe the mechanism of the steam shovel." Claude Kitowski: "Don't kid me, you can't carry steam on a shovel." Page 12a 'TATTLIE ,--.-- V R 1--1,-s HOW TO CHOGSE A WIFE Ahem! and here begins a Tale On how to keep yourself from jail When some dame comes to you and pleads "Oh, Jack, you do such splendid deeds, A Why don't you ever take me out And show me just what you're about?" Just take that Dame by the neck And kick her off the lower deck You ain't got time for such as those Turn down your collar and up your toes. "Treat 'em rough!" That's my motto I tell you I am far from slow! Don't listen to that sentimental stuff Make 'em believe you're awful tough. If they insist on having things Such as diamond wedding rings, just tell 'em where to jump off at And theyill cringe with fear, I'm sure of that! But the best policy that I know of If you just think that you're in love, Is, just have yo.ur fun, and roll the ball And don't have any wife at all! ! ! WHY CI-IIPPY!-Dorothy Hoppen was informing Chippy Glinski with some choice bits of news, Qmuch to his interestj. "Chippy, I heard that you had some new trousers." Chippy: "Who told you that?,' Dorothy: "Scouts" Chippy: "Aw! He's high-waisted himself!" Wendell Crosby: "Do you pet?" K. S.: "Sure, animals." W. C.: "All right, go ahead, I'11 be the goat." Page let 9 . , . ..... .. T -- Sept. Sept. Sept Sept ' Tattler Calendar 7-Commencement-but only of school-Mr. Kraus elevates our ambitions. 17-An assembly already, which brought us a worth-while message. . 21-Ouch! With pain I relate the sad tale. Point 0 and Merrill 34. . 26-Band Film Pictures-for inspirational purposes only. ' Sept. 28-Point 12 and Rhinelander 0. Not bad. Oct. 4-Marshfield, here. 0-0 in our favor. Oct. 11-C. W. T. A.-the halls could be seen with both teachers and students for who can tell the difference? Oct. Oct. 12-And a good time was had by all. Nekoosa 6 and Stevens Point 0. 14-International Boy Orators. Conclusion drawn by the girls: "If Kentucky is noted for beautiful women, where do they put the beautiful men?" Oct. Oct. Oct. 17-Fair and Supper-Fat Lady, Whoopeeville, and everything. 18-Tempus fugit. The first six weeks have flown. Where? 19-Wausau there, 58 for Wausau, which isn't so bad, and 0 for the Point which couldn't be less. Oct. 26-Tomahawk 0 and Point 6. It's easier to breathe. Nov. 1-Olivar and Co., Philippine Islands, incorporated. Bad examples set for the girls. Nov. 2-Antigo 42, Point 12. Hard to write. Nov. 7-8-State Teachers' Convention-Milwaukee for those with a big pocket- book. . Nov. 9-Rapids 5'8, Point 6. Indigestible. Nov. 13-T. B. talk, and girls are given special instructions to keep out the cold. Were Nov. 26-Frye carrying fish in and Co. General calamity. Who'd have thought that the boys their pockets or that knives were other than sharp. Nov. 28-29-30--Two six weeks have fled and actually bumped into Thanksgiving. ATTILIER .iiis Dec. 1-Only 24 more days to do your shopping. Dec. 5-Cold noses and great expectations. Dec. 13-Point 14, Tomahawk 12-a darn good game. Dec. 18-Xmas spirit prevails. Everyone looking forward to a week from this date. Dec. 20-Girls carol in halls. That's a thrill. Assembly at two o'clock and it was a real one. Vacation starts and continues until Jan. 6. Dec. 21-Point goes to Rhinelander and comes home with a nice 20-19 in our favor, of course. Jan. 1-We can't tell you much about how the students celebrated but all seemed to have had a fairly good time. Jan. 6-We meet again and in spite of everything it feels good. Little bit hard to get up in the morning but it's all in the game. Jan. 9-Tiffany Quartet, our fourth dime assembly. What harmony! Jan. 10-Rhinelander comes to call. Point 21 and Rhinelander 9. That's twice now. Best Pep Assembly ever staged in S. P. H., and it was all on account of an angora kitten. Jan. 11-High School dance. Not many there, but good time for those that were. Jan. 14--Somewhere along in here Lois Richards comes to school with a permanent wave. We wonder what the other one was that she's had all the time. Jan. 15--Mr. Held gets all bawled up when Miss Schultz accidentally answers him in French. jan. 17-Another victory. Stevens Point 18, Merrill 7. Page 12: 9...:.i.TATTLlEiR .44 53- Jan. 18-Freshmen Party. Betlach and Schwebke report having had a "swell" time. We believe you! Jan. 22-Pep Club gets together to plan things for Friday night. Jan. 23-Tickets going like hot cakes. Heaven help Mr. Gerke if he accidently numbers two the same, he's liable to have to hold one of the parties on his lap. Thrift assembly also! Jan. 24-What a crowd,-what a game! Rapids 11 and Point 9. A tragedy doesn't half describe it. Jan. 27-Osterbaan assembly postponed. Is this another "Gyp?" jan. 30-Exams start. "To be or not to be, that is the question." Jan. 31-Exams still ong question not yet answered. Feb. I-Wausau, there. Wausau 26, Point 17. Feb. 3-The question is answered, you know your own answer. Feb. 6-Not bad. We defeat Marshfield in debate, wrestling, and basketball. We thought that it deserved a free day but thoughts deceive-the same as looks. Feb. 10-Sprig as cub,-'but not to stay. Feb. 13--Debate. Granton vs. Us. We won. Feb. 14--Rapids vs. Point, there. Large delegation. 24 to 24 in favor of the Rapids. Feb. 18-Just a little practice game in the afternoon. We defeat Amherst. Feb. 31-Antigo, 25, Stevens Point 22. Florence Glennon again reports having had a "marvelous time." Feb. 22-Senior class party. Boy, what music! Feb. 24--Girls are vaccinated in the gymnasium and boys in the D. S. rooms. 4 We are taking it for granted that your gymnasium is your leg and your D, S. room, your arm. Feb. 25--Band dance and banquet. E Fe'b. 27-Ringling's only rivals do their stuff. Third annual gym night. Feb. 28-Sort of getting it 'back at them. Wausau 9, Point 16. Mar. S-We go to Marshfield. Marshfield 34, Point 12. Mar. 13-14-15 -District tourney held here. We place fourth. Mar. 19-20-21-Seniors win girls' tourney. Mar. 28-Declamatory contest. Florence Glennon and Marlowe Boyle take first places in declamatory and oratory, respectively. April 1-Did any one bite? April 3-Annual faculty play. Certain members of that cast were in their seventh heaven. April 10-Boys' basketball banquet. McDonald didn't eat anything for two days before. April 17-18-19-Easter vacation. Plenty hard to get back to work again. April 23--Last band concert, before the sojourn to Milwaukee for the tournament. April 25--Gym changed beyond recognition for the annual Junior Prom. April 28--Osterbaan all the better now when he paid us our much looked for visit. May 3-Bandoliers' May ball. Putting on the Ritz. May 8-9-10-Band tournament. Many of us wish that we played some kind of an instrument. ' May 22-Senior Class Play. May 30-Students permit teachers to take a day off. June 6-Senior exams. June 8--Baccalaureate. June 10-Class day. June 12--Graduation. June 13-We commence. Page 123 :aa Q' - 'V .1 ,' . ,D --2 ,6'!"-- Hmm' V4 N M QF mv qw ALUMNI The members of the Tattler Staff take this opportunity to thank those faculty members who have assisted us in editing this directory a n d especially Miss Copps Who devoted much of her time to this Work. We also Wish to thank the typists Whose assis- tance has been invaluable to us. The Staff Directory cLAss or 1881 Belle H. Brown, Mrs. D. D. Flanner, Cleveland, Ohio - Charles M. Chamberlain, Painter, Mil- waukee Mary E. Clements, Mrs. T. W. Wing, Stevens Point Frank E. Gilchrist ii Carl E, Phillips if Bertha A. Scott, Mrs. W. B. Bucking- ham, Stevens Point Arnold D. Slutts ii Carrie L. Wade, Mrs. H. H. Zander, Elgin, Ill. Abigail F. Wheelock 'P CLASS OF 1882 Louis R. Anderson, Mgr. J. Week Lum- ber Co. fretiredj, Stevens Point A. May Brown, Home Duties, Rhine- lander Margaret Clark, Mrs. W. A. Glover, White Earth, Minn. Kate A. Clements, Teacher, Stevens Point Jennie A. Dignum, Teacher, Chicago Ole Halverson, Salesman, Seattle, Wash. Elda Peickert, Music Teacher, Stevens Point Effiie E. Winslow :F CLASS OF 1883 Alice H. Agnew :P Caroline Christianson, Mrs. J. Ellandson, Iola. Mary C. Cushman :P Oscar H, Ecke ii Mary E. Orme, Merchant, Sumner, Neb. CLASS OF Mary Anderson :F Gertrude E. Bailey, Stenographer, New York City Margaret Campbell if Chauncey M. Chapman if Alice J. Miller if Ellen F. Murphy, Mrs. F. M. Lille, Phil- lips, Wis. Anna Park ii Minnie Sager, Mrs. L. C. Waters, Little Rock, Ark. Addie O. Wheelock ii 1884 Nicholas J Nickles, Printer, Copps Co., Stevens Point Henry Ringness, Supt. Water Works, Peoria, Ill. Anna Slothower, Home Duties, Stevens Point CLASS OF 1885 Bessie B. Agnew :E Ida F. Ball, Mrs. H. D. Boston, Stevens Point John C. Campbell ii Katherine I. Dignum, Teacher, Chicago Hattie Dumbleton, Mrs. Hattie Arm- strong, Bellingham, Wash. George S. Gunderson, Merchant, Stevens Point Sadie Marshall, Mrs. Fred Warner, Wau- sau CLAS Katherine A. Ball, Home Duties, Stevens Point Louise C. Bandow, Home Duties, Stevens Point Grace H. B. Buckingham ii' L. A. Drown, Adv. Mgr. Marinette Robert B. Finch ii 'l' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Page 1:5 Jessie Hawn ii' Edward F. McGlachlin, Major General U. S. A. fRetiredj, Wash., D. C. Etta M. Parmeter, Mrs. J. A. Versen, Shreveport, La. William V. Reed, Merchant, Minneapolis May Stewart, Mrs. J. B. McGhie, Ever- ett, Wash. L. T. Wade, Physician, Sodus Center, N. Y. Eva C. Week ii S OF 1886 Anna N. Gilchrist, Mrs. A. C. Whitte- more, East Aurora, N. Y. Allette M. Lammon :F Susan E. Maddy, Home Duties, Aitkin, Minn, Jessie G. McLean, Mrs. W. E. Mathews, Lewiston, Idaho Edward J. Orme, Merchant, Sumner, Neb. Cora A. Miller, Mrs. Gilbert Beck, Stev- ens Point Etta J. Peters, Teacher, Milwaukee CLASS Beatrice Bailey, Mrs, A. T. Bacon, Ste- vens Point Zella E. Booth, Mrs. J. Ro.thman, Stevens Point Frank E. Bosworth, Capitalist, Stevens Point Geofrgiana Boyington :E Gavin A. Campbell if Blanche W. Catlin is Ida A. Davenport, Teacher, Chicago CLASS Henry B. Cate, Druggist, Phoenix, Ariz. Carrie J. Frost, Capitalist, Stevens Point Myra B. Fuller, Mrs. Walter B. Eddy, Lewiston, Idaho Mary M. Ghoca 'A Forest Grant, Art Teacher, Brooklyn, N. Y. W. W. Gregory, Physician, Stevens Point, Wis. Jennie B. Johnson ii CLASS Margaret Anderson ii Grace Arnott, Teacher, Plover, Wis. Jessie Baker, Mrs. Fred Olin, Seattle, Wash. Jennie Curtis ii Allen E. Ghoca, Fruit Rancher, Stock- ton, Calif. - CLASS William L. Alban, Architect, St. Paul Minn. E. Mable Copps :P Emma E. Danielson, Mrs. Brekke, Alban Elizabeth I. Finch, Teacher, Aberdeen, Wash. Edith Hamacker if Alice K. McChesney, Clear Water, Fla. Lora Packard, Mrs. T. R. Roberts, North Crandon Harriet F. Rice, Mrs. Parmeter, McDill Mary A. Rice, Mrs. Willard, McDill Sarah S. Sutton il' 1887 Walter B. Eddy, Merchant, Lewiston, Idaho Albertina Ellis, Mrs. H. Radtke, Mil- waukee George W. Mason, Lumberman, Madison Hattie M. Phillips, Mrs. E. M. Rogers, Stevens Point Kate E. Splawn, Mrs. J. H. Mo.fl'itt, Stev- ens Point Kate E. Welch, Collegiate Worker, Erie, Penn. 1888 Margaret C. Maddy, Mrs. D. C. Finne- gan, Grand Rapids, Mich. Anna E. McDonald, Mrs. F. E. Taggart, Junction City John D. McGregor, Physician, Chicago, Ill. Olga, A. Neumann, Home Duties, Stevens Point John A. Week 'P Alta B. Youmans, Mrs. Spaulding, Port- land, Ore. 1889 Mable Jackson ii Ellen Maine :P Annie F. Parmeter, Mrs. J. F. Chyno- weth, Calumet, Mich. John A. Ringness, Merchant, Morris, Minn. B. B. Strope :F 1890 Grace L. Hamacker, Home Duties, Stevens Point Lucy R. McGlachlin, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Madison, Wis. David F. O'Keefe ii Martha E. Vaughn, Mrs. Lan, Racine Lettie B. Wick, Clerk, Stevens Point Ada Walker, Mrs. Ray H. Beebe, Racine CLASS OF 1891 Earl C. Alban, Mail Clerk, Hastings, Minn, Jesse U. Barker, U. S. Army, Camp In- spector, Atlanta, Ga. Helen L. Brown :P John T. Clements, Merchant, Stevens Pt. gl' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Mary A. Collins, Business, Stevens Pt. John K. Curran ii' Anna M. Dunegan, Teacher, Stevens Pt. Caroline E. Gilbertson, Mrs. Frank J. Blood, Stevens Point Gilbert M. Halverson, Cashier, Soo Line, Stevens Point Page 129 Margaret McGregor, Mrs. Harrington, Milwaukee, Wis. C. Belle Mitchell, Home, Stevens Point William H. Olin, Manufacturer, Seattle, Wash. CLASS Eva M. Agnew, Mrs. Gurgess :P Mary L. Agnew, Mrs. H. Sporhase, Buena Vista, Minn. Robert B. Alban, Salesman, Philadelphia John S. Ball 'P Annette Bandow, Mrs. Forest Grant, Brooklyn, N. Y. C. Edith Bremmer, Teacher, Stevens Pt. Eunice F. Copps, Mrs. Harry Claflin, Washington, D. C. Chauncy L. Jones, Lawyer Frank W. Leahy, Editor, Stevens Point Lawrence McGregor, Farmer, Makanda, Ill. CLASS J. Carl Cadman, Printer, Stevens Point Allie M. Dwinnell, Mrs. Putney, Wausau Cora B. Fancher, Mrs. W. E. Allen, Spokane, Wash. Ella M. Halverson, Mrs. E. H. Spaulding, Stevens Point Ada L. Mills, Mrs. Smith, Rockford, Ill. Fred R. Olin, Lumberman, Mill City, Ore. CLASS Frank L. Bean :P Walter S. Cate, Lawyer, Ashland Grace E. Maine, Mrs. Grace Kiel, Mil- waukee George B. Nelson, Lawyer, Stevens Pt. Celia T. Clark, Home Duties, Chicago Leda H. Ecke, Mrs. John Thomson, Fond du Lac Sarah E. Howe, Mrs. Swanson, Stevens Point Elmer H. Jackson, Broker, Seattle, Wash, CLASS William G. Atwell, Druggist, Edgerton, Wis. Ethel A. Barker ii Jennie M. Boreson, Mrs. R. C. Porter, Stevens Point Lucy C. Bowan, Mrs. Irving Gilmore, Hope, N. D. Augusta M. Bradford, Mrs. Humphrey, Janesville W IDeceased T Last known occupation and address Page 130 O OF OF OF M. Perlena Sutton, Mrs. Koscinski, Mil- waukee, Wis. Jeanette M. Welch, Mrs. Augustine, Brooklyn, N. Y. Anna M. Zimmer, Mrs. J. B. Call, Green Bay 1892 Elliot L. Martin 'P Leroy N. Murat, Lawyer, Stevens Point Julius Olson gi Burleigh Prink ii' Grace M. Reilly, Mrs. Levings, Milwaukee Hosea E. Rice, Lumberman, Bemidji, Minn. Emily C. Spaulding, Mrs. F. I-I. Murray, Owen Etta M. Strope, Mrs. Fred Weston, Clif- ton, Calif. Arthur A. Wert, Bookkeeper, Ashland Julia M. Wick, Home, Stevens Point 1893 Josephine C. Packard, Mrs. B. V. Martin, Stevens Point Charles E. Redfield, Wholesale Plumbing, St. Louis, Mo. Eflie I. Snyder, Mrs. Effie Fulton, Stevens Point Harry C. Welty, Bookkeeper, Stevens Point 1894 T. L. McGlachlin, Business Manager, Stevens Point Ethel K. Scott, Mrs. R. K. McDonald, Stevens Point Caroline Skinner, Teacher, Stevens Point Lloyd D. Smith, Lawyer, Waupaca Nettie Stewart, Mrs. Barber, Seattle, Wash. Emma M. Vetter, Mrs. J. W. Battin, Stevens Point 1895 Mary L. Catlin, Mrs. Fred Meeker, Geneva, N. Y. Anna M. Drake, Nurse, Cincinnati Sadie H. Eldredge, Stenographer, West Seattle, Wash. Mary F. Fuller, Mrs. Frank Gano, Lewis- ton, Idaho Myra J. Gardner, Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Spokane, Wash. Russell Hawn, Civil Engineer, Ford- wick, Virginia Laura L. Larson ii - Anna L. Lee, Mrs. Henry Vetter, Stev- ens Point Ada E. Lewis ii' CLASS Kate M. Baker, Mrs. V. V. Harris, Duluth, Minn, Claudia A. Booth, Mrs. E. O. Miller, Long Beach, Calif. Palma A. Boreson if' Esther J. Bradford ii Anna G. Collins 'P Margaretta Collins ff Myra Congdon, Teacher, Milwaukee Grace G. Gilbertson, Mrs. F. F. Gillett, Minneapolis, Minn. Thomas A. Humphrey, Lawyer, Mellen Maude E. Hungerford 'i' Bessie M. Jackson, Mrs. Geo. Besnah, Fond du Lac, Wis. ,Winifred W. Lamb, Mrs. Louis Boysen, Chicago ,Nellie Lamoreux, Teacher, Waukesha Alice K. Leahy, Teacher, Stevens Point Genevieve S. McDill, Teacher, Minne- apolis, Minn. CLASS OF Agnes A. Campbell, Mrs. A. J. Cunneen, Stevens Point ,Margaret F. Clifford ii' Emma T. Collins, Mrs. Gehm, Calif. Agnes G. Dignum, Teacher, Chicago Grace Kingsbury, Mrs. Charles Warner, Evansville, Ind. Eda. E. Kuehnast, Teacher, Milwaukee Ernest D. Miner, Electrician, Merrill Viola E. Potter, Mrs. Harvey Walcott, Borden Town, N. J. Eva B. Marshall, Mrs. Thos. A. Henry, Stevens Point Alma M. Neumann, Mrs. Gilkie, Bar- tlesville, Okla. Alice T. Pattee, Nurse, Chicago, Ill. Burt C. Spaulding 'P Genevieve Webster gi Lydia Wheelock ii' OF 1896 Archibald C. McPhail, Lawyer, Phila- delphia Alwyn Martin :P Rosa E. Murray, Mrs. C. U. Malick, Stevens Point William A. O'Connor, Fireman, Abbots- ford, Wis. 'f' Mary N. Patch, Mrs. J. O. Balz, Wash- ington, D. C. Frank G. Pierce, Road Construction, Medford Robert C. Porter, Ass't. Postmaster, Stevens Point William M. Scribner, Dairyman, Stevens Point Callie E. Shafer, Mrs. Hugo Krepsky, Colby Emily A. Spalenka, Mrs. Fuerstein, Pa- sadena, Calif, 1897 Ella M. Eagleburger, Mrs. W. Dum- bleton, Stevens Point Harriet B. Huntley, Mrs. Fred Warde, Seattle, Wash. Adin A. Rice ii Anna Rothman, Home, Stevens Point Edna Saxton, Mrs. J. H. Jackson, Jack- sonville, Ill. Grace M. Skinner, Teacher, Ypsilanti, Mich. CLASS OF 1898 L. Fern Arwell if John V. Berens, Bank Cashier, Stevens Point ,Elizabeth M. Bremmer, Teacher, Cicero, Ill ' Charles A. Cary, Minneapolis 'f' Angela E. Demke ii Sarah O. Gaines, Mrs, Lord, N. Y. City Margaret J. Gl-ennon, Treasurer Journal, Stevens Point Mary F. Griffin, Mrs. P. F. Lyons, Minne- apolis - ' 'I' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Kathryn G. Grimm, Teacher, Stevens Pt. Grace J. Harvey :F Laura A. Leadbetter ii Adelaide M. Leahy, Mrs. E. Beardmore, Racine, Wis. Clara A. Means, Mrs. Alex Ringness, Stevens Point Forrest W. Rogers, Lumberman, Stevens Po.int F. Carl Stieler, Electrician, N. Y. City Mabel M. Sustins, Mrs. James, Wausau Rosella M. Sutton, Mrs. Clyde Vaughn, Stevens Point Page I3I 55.-W J. ,, , CLASS Chas. H. Cashin, Lawyer, Stevens Point Garth W. Cate, Advertiser, Boston, Mass. Chas. H. Dowsett, Physician, Woodland, Ill. Mary L. Finch, Teacher, Aberdeen, Wash. Jas. H. Gee, Contractor, St. Johns, Ore. John C. Grimm, Vice-Pres , Hill Joiner, New York Carrie Fonstad, Mrs. Carrie Dignan fTeacherj, Stevens Point Helen M. Hawley G. Gorden Killinger, Teacher, Hot OF 1899 Mabelle E, Little, Mrs. P. Bickler, Mil- waukee Chas. E. Pier, Telegraph Operator, Waupaca Chester Rogers is Mabel G. Scott, Mrs. F. O, Hodsdon, Stevens Point Frances C. Scheffner, Mrs. Breitenstein, Arnott Cleo M. Townsend, Mrs. Ed. Maclntee, Bancroft, Wis. Matthew F. Wadleigh, Teacher, Mil- Springs, S. D. 'l' waukee Lorenzo A. Leadbetter, Insurance, Rhine- john A. Young, Bookkeeper, Stevens lander Point CLASS OF 1900 John D. Collins 'l' Alice M. Clifford, Mrs. W. R. Smith, Clear Lake, Wash. Francis C. Cary, Manufacturer, Waupaca Sophia C. DeMeules, Mrs. Chester Gu- rensey, Minneapolis Ella K. Griffin, Mrs. Frank Phelan, Iowa Ollie M. Huntley, Mrs. E. H. Rothman, Stevens Point Anna S. Haensel, Stenographer, Kennett, Calif. Florence A. Maxfield, Los Angeles, Calif. Norman A. McPhail 'P Helen G. McMulkin, Clerk, Fond du Lac Hal E. Martin if Clara M. Moeschler, Teacher, Menomo- nie, Wis. ' CLASS Jennie Bailey, Mrs. C. Ebert, Chicago Anna A. Cormack il Harry L. Cartmill, Mail Carrier, Stevens Point Clare Collins, Insurance, Stevens Point George L. Gross, Cold Storage, Duluth Gertrude E. Leonard, Mrs. Benj. R. Lewis, Stockton, Minn. Alma M. Loberg, Mrs. McLachlan, Sas- katchewan, Canada Robert McDonald, Florist, Stevens Point Earl Parker, Clerk, Bellingham, Wash. CLASS Mary H. Baker Bessie Bowersock, Stenographer, Mil- waukee Ethel M. Bronson, Mrs. W. C. Hamilton, Houghton, Mich. Eva L. Bronson, Mrs. Beaidseen, Minne- apolis, Minn. 'l' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Page 132 I OF Nellie C. Nelson if Georgia F. Olin, Mrs. C. F. Smith, Minneapolis Caroline J. Roth, Fond du Lac 1' Georgia M. Rogers, Stenographer, Stevens Point Hattie S. Smith, Colorado 'l' Catherine E. Schantz, Mrs. Kellogg, Ne- koosa Marion I. Tardiff, Railroad Postal Clerk, Stevens Point Grace B. Walker, Mrs. W. H. Mulvey, Portland, Oregon Daisy B. Whitney, Seattle, Wash. T Irene C. Whitney, Mrs. A. T. McBride, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1901 Edward H. Rothman, Banker, Los An- geles, Calif. Walter O. Sustins, Adv. Mgr., Saginaw, Mich. Evan Townsend il R. Merrill Wheelock, Ranchman, Bow- man, S. D. Blanche Wyatt, Mrs. A. P. Temple, Springfield, Mo. Howard Welty is Daisy Wakefield, Mrs. Fred Schneider, Wausau OF 1902 Byrde S. Buchan, Mrs. Thos. Kelly, Chicago Frank W. Calkins, Judge, Wisconsin Rapids Mabel E. Erickson John R. Hautzinger, Soft Drinks, Ku nosha fl Jessie F. Hetzel, Teacher, Houston, Texas 'l' Rose J. Kamrowski, Drug Store Prop., Rhinelander, Wis. Edward C. Kreuger, R. R. Engineer, Stevens Point Peter F. Longevan, Automobiles, Stevens Point Jessie Moe, Mrs. Fark, Tonopah, Nev. 'l' Nellie Moeschler, Teacher, Racine Chas. G. Murray, Printer, Missoula, Ruth L. Porter, Mrs. Langill, Menominee, Mich. Arthur R. Redfield, Postal Clerk, Stevens Point Joseph Schoettel, Abstractor, Stevens Pt. Lillian Sherman, Mrs. Fred Walker, Northport 'l' Loran D. Sparks, Oregon Elizabeth Van Hecke, Mrs. A. A. Boyer, Stevens Point Carl G. Welch, Bank Clerk, New York Florence M. Whitney, Teacher, Madison CLASS OF 1903 Mont. 'l' . Mabel H. Olson, Mrs. Soule, Stevens Point John W. Aber, Stenographer, Indian- apolis 'l' Robert J. Berndt, Salesman, Stevens Pt. Ethel M. Cartmill, Teacher, Billings, Mont. Edward C. Cliiford, Salesman, Chicago Anna L. Combs :P Beatrice V. Dwinell, Mrs. Roy Hagan, Portland, Ore. Anna C. Gross, Mrs. J. Fogarty, Stevens Point Nina Hall, Teacher, Fond du Lac 'l' Jessie Johnson, Mrs. G. T. Margraf, Stevens Point Eva M. Koehl, Teacher, Stevens Point Katherine Langenberg, Mrs. T. F. Dever, Stevens Point Lizzie Leahy, Mrs. John Murray, Superior Nellie Leahy, Stenography, Stevens Pt. Roy J. Marshall, Bank Cashier, Stevens Point - Katherine McMulkin, Home Duties, Fond du Lac Mabel Peickard, Mrs. John Jung, Shaw- ano J. Roe Pfiffner, Lawyer, Stevens Point Myrtle C. Rogers :P Acel R. Steele, Salesman, Monroe Agnes R. Tardiff, Mrs. H. S. Burdett, Trout Lake, Wash. Edith P. Upthagrove, Mrs. Roy Burdett, CLASS OF 1904 Walter Frame Agnew, Bookkeeper, Canon City, Colo. 'l' Frank Berry Bigelow 'i' Edith F. Burr, Mrs. Win Rothman, Stevens Point Myrtle M. Cartmill, Mrs. Staples, Fort Reede, Canada Catherine E. Cements, Mrs. T. McTigue, Milwaukee Edna A. Fraser, Mrs. Feshette, Crystal Falls, Mich. Raymond B. Frost 'P Milwaukee Ida G. Wells, Mrs. W. E. Atwell, Stevens Point Grace A. Griffin, Mrs. John Roach, Mus- catine, Ia. Irene C. Krembs :P Harriet A. Langenberg, Mrs. Roe Pfiffner, Stevens Point John W. McDonald, Office Work, Wis- consin Rapids, Wis. Myrtle A. Playman, Mrs. Alfred Halver- son, Thief River Falls, Minn. Isla Russell, Dickenson, S. D. 'l' Susie Bliss, Mrs. John Thiel, Manitowoc CLASS OF 1905 Willamine Allen, Stenographer, Stevens Point 'l' Jessie Mallison, Stenographer, Minne- apolis 'l' L. Blanche Means if Alice Charlotte Rogers, Teacher, Stevens Point George Edmund Ingham, Dunham Lesan Adv. Co., Chicago "' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Jay J. Mccfeedy, Fruit Rancher, Lewis- ton, Idaho Walter E. Tack, Oil Business, Fond du Lac Hjalmer Loberg, Stenographer, Minne- apolis 'l' Gareld B. Jensen, Dentist, Stevens Pt. Ernest E. Playman, Realtor, St. Croix Falls H Page 133 Leon P. Pasternacki, Dentist, Youngs- town, Ohio Chester P. Gross, Supt. Water Works, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Mabel E. Whitney, Teacher, Stevens Point, Wis. CLASS OF 1906 James Alcorn, Real Estate, Pasadena, Calif. Harry Calkins, Farmer, Stevens Point, RS Nina Chenevert, Mrs. A. T. Olson, Stevens Point Clinton Copps, Business, Stevens Point Mae Curran, Teacher, Milwaukee 'l' Ruth Finney, Mrs. Veltman, Real Estate, Long Beach, Calif. Theresa Gleason, Nun, Duluth, Minn. John Dorney, Lawyer, Chicago, Ill. Mary Gleason if CLASS OF Samuel Agnew, Fruit Ranch, Canon City, Colo. 'l' Georgia Barrows, Mrs. Fred Pitsch, Chip- pewa Falls Wayne Bentley 'F Merle Cartmill, Mrs. H. T. Lewis, Waupaca Clay Curran Cicely Dineen, Dulitcian Hospital, Stevens Point Mamie Dobeck, Nurse, New York City Julia Dumas Edna Gee, Mrs. Otto Redmen, Weyan- nega Gertrude Holman, Mrs. Jensen, Teacher, Stevens Point Isabel Horn, Mrs. L. Funkey, Stoughton, Wis. Myron Harshaw, Advertising Mgr., Chi- cago, Ill. Bernard Hoffman :P Agnes Krutza, Actress, Chicago Elsie Maunders Allan McCreedy 2' Pearl Reinhart, Mrs. L. D. Butcher, Minneapolis, Minn. Anna Virum, Mrs. H. S. Schreiner, Lan- caster, Wis. Hazel Wilson, Teacher, St. Paul 'l' Hume Young, Engineer, Chicago, Ill. 1907 Chas. Hulce Florence Kingsburgy, Mrs. Chas. Quinn, Oklahoma Ella Langenberg, Mrs. Karl Balander, Worthington, Ohio Charles McCreedy, Printer and Engraver, Milwaukee Florence Steiler, Bus. Mgr. R. R. Coop. Bldg. 85 Loan Assn., N. Y. Mary E. Van Hecke, Mrs. Ben Lovas, Iron Mt., Mich. Mamie Clifford, Mrs. Blaine Bouldron, Kent, Wash. Carl Moeschler N' Nellie Reading, Mrs. J. H. Miller, Stevens Point Harold Rosenow, Bus., Stevens Point CLASS OF 190 8 Clayton Allen Alfred Baker, Ranchman, Montana 'l' Amy Bloye, Teacher, La Fayette, Ind. Etta Bloye, Stenographer, Chicago 'I' Nohum Bunin, Bus, Texas Lyman Copps, Doctor, Marshfield, Wis. W. Roy Cashin, Dentist, Stevens Point Margaret Dorney, Mrs. Chandler, Mad- ison 'l' Florence Geisler, Mrs. Guy Dulin, Mil- waukee 'l' Mary Gross, Mrs. Frank Matthews, Biron, Wis. Henry Heil, Dentist, Chicago Agnes Jaeger, St. Louis 'l' Jennie Johnson, Mrs. Kern, Stevens Pt. Carl Katernadahl, Optician, Los Angeles, Calif. Harold Kellar, Salesman, Superior "' Deceased 1' Last known occupation and address Page 134 Carl Krueger, Civil Engineer, Mil- waukee George Leahy, Journal, Stevens Point Stella Murat, Mrs. Lyman Copps, Marsh- field John Olson, P. O., St. Paul Lawrence Park, Dentist,,Sutland Height, Mass. Frank Pfiffner, Hardware, Stevens Point Myra Rosenow, Mrs. Alfred Pettifgrew, Milwaukee Frank Redfield, U. S. Reclamation, Bur- ley, Idaho Clara Seidler, Stenographer, Stevens Point Vincent Shippy, Doctor, Pulaski, Wis. Fayette Skinner, Plumber, Stevens Point William Taylor, Farmer, Plover Ida Tevrog, Chicago T Merle Young, Mrs. Herbert Steiner, Ste- vens Point CLASS OF 1909 Arabelle Betlach, Mrs. George Hoppen, Stevens Point Judd Bigelow ii Delmos Biron Pauline Cassidy, Gov. Clerk, Detroit, Mich. Helen Dobeck, Home, Stevens Point Maude Emmons if Emin Fonstad, Post Office, St. Paul Evelyn Glennon, Advertising, Milwaukee James Glennon, Hardware, Stevens Point Nugent Glennon, Advertising, Milwaukee Raymond Griffin ii Adeline Grimm, Penn. R. R. Chicago Frank Halladay, Civil Engineer, Green Bay Earl Harriman, Cashier, White Lake, Wis. Arthur Held, Farmer, Athens Walter Horn, Business, Chicago Mattie Larson, Mrs. John Olson, St. Paul 'l' Emma Lein, Mrs. P. C. Johnson, Stevens Point Ramona Pfiffner, Mrs. Jos. T. Gallagher, Milwaukee Justin McCarthy, Journalist, Milwaukee Robert Rowe, Salesman, Milwaukee Guy W. Rogers, Journal, Stevens Point Alice Rosenow, Stenographer, Stevens Point Chloe Spray, Mrs, S. B. Stemen, Colum- bia City, Ind. Gertrude Thorske, Mrs. Norman Sebo, Spokane, Wash 'l' B. R. Woodworth, Princox Jr. High, Fond du Lac, Wis. 'l' Charles Wilson CLASS OF 1910 Guy Love, Salesman, Stevens Point David Weltman, Manager, Wausau, Wis. Russell Moen, Post Office, Stevens Point C. W. Coye, Kalamazoo, Mich. Blazie Kryger, Drug Store, Milwaukee, Wis. Myron Moen, Dentist, Black River Falls Frank Herman, Ford Tractor Agency, Fond du Lac Norma Jauch, Mrs. Walter Schultz, Dar- lington Nina Macklin, Mrs. Lenore Eaton Qteach- ingj Stevens Point Anna Krutza, Chicago, Ill. Hazel Hardman ri Collette Love, Home, Stevens Point Tessie Sullivan, Clerk, Stevens Point George Macnish ii Janet McCreedy, Mrs. Dripps, Tacoma, Wash. Fay Holum Sarah Tevrog, Chicago T Florence Tevrog, Teacher, Chicago 'I' Agnes Tufte, Mrs. Albert Mayer, Junc- tion City, Wis. Raymond Welch, Bookkeeper, Chicago Lawrence Pierce, Paper Company, Wau- sau, Wis. Fritz Rosenow, Soo Line, Stevens Point Winifred Hamilton, Teacher, Stevens Point Tenia McCallin Marie Pfiffner, Home, Stevens Point Ruth McCallum ii Stephen Helum ii CLASS OF 1911 Loella Ballou, Teaching, Marshfield, Wis. Henrietta Bergholte, Mrs. G. H. Thur- ber, Stevens Point Sonia Bunin, Teacher, Milwaukee, Wis. 'l' Byron Carpenter, Lawyer, Stevens Point Nellie Cook, Mrs. McMaunders, Wau- kesha, Wis. Bernard Dobeck, Meat Market, Stevens Point Ethel Eggleston, Mrs. Chester Dumble- ton, St. Paul, Minn. Myron Emmons, Business, Stevens Point Agnes Forsythe, Mrs. W. Berstrom, Neenah 'P llceased T Last known occupation and address Violet Fisher, Mrs. A. R. Coutts, San Francisco, Calif. Charles Fulton, Salesman, Stevens Point Frances Hadcock, Mrs. F.. G. Bach, Stevens Point Harshaw Hay, Contractor, Milwaukee, Wis. Elsie Holman, Mrs. F. Lee, St. Paul, Minn. Corajohnson, Mrs. Earl Price, Merrill, Wis. Mollie Kamrowski, Mrs. A. A. Koppa, Rhinelander, Wis. Fred Knope, Salesman, Milwaukee 'l' Mollie Larson Page 135 f Ed. Larson, Register of Deeds, Stevens Point Eva Mellentine, Mrs. Louis Kohler, De- trout Ray Maddy, Mrs. B. Neiman, Rudolph, Wis. Grace McCallum, Mrs. F. Mueller, Jef- ferson Simon Roseth, Furn. Business, Mosinee 'l' W. Harvey Rogers, Postal Service, Stev- ens Point Esther Ruby, Madison, Wis. T Helen Stemen, Hamilton, Wis. Howard Wells, Engineer Steamboat Co. Gladys Willet, Mrs. G. P. Weller, Beloit Emma Winne, Mrs. Frank Seguin, Des Moines, Ia. Helen Walters, Mrs. Ray Harter, Detroit Clarence Wilson, Druggist, Oxford CLASS OF 1912 Alf Anderson, Hdw Insurance, Stevens Point Joseph Beck, Electrician, Davenport, Ia. Vilas Clark, Boston's, Stevens Point Lloyd Cutting, Doctor, Stevens Point Ralph Cook, Salesman, Stevens Point Werth Dafoe, Lawyer, Bowling Green, Kentucky Helen Empey, Mrs. Geo. Rosencranz, Rhinelander Ethel Fonstad, Teacher, Stevens Point George Glennon, Journal Printing Co., Stevens Point Kathryn Glennon, Mrs. Guy W. Rogers, Stevens Point Margaret Griffin, Stenographer, Chicago Nicholas Gross, Priest, Lanark Lyle Hackett, Baraboo, Wis. 'l' Earl Heil, Stocks and Bonds, Chicago, Ill. Ben Held, Teaching, Stevens Point ' Ruth Hudson, Mrs. G. Collins, Fla. Lillieth Huntley Dorothy Hamilton, Teacher, Stevens Pt. Ruth Hamilton, Music Teacher, Stevens Point Elsie Krueger, Mrs. Frank Domphers, Milwaukee, Wis. Doris Mason, Mrs. E. H. Harriman, White Lake, 'Wis. Ruth McCreedy, Mrs. Mason J. O'Brien, Stevens Point Earl Moxon, Civil Engineer, Fort Worth, Texas. Selden McCreedy, Salesman, Milwaukee George Moeschler, Gullickson, Stevens Point 'l' Herbert Neitzel if Gladstone O'Keefe if Evelyn Podach, Mrs. Eugene Pautsch, Stevens Point Harold Playman, Dentist, Appleton Lyman Park, Bank, Lake Geneva Isabel Pfiifner "' Stella Reinhart, Teacher, Waupaca Rex Rosenow, Furn. Business, Stevens Point Karl Schenk, Hdw. Ins. Co., Stevens Pt. Frank Schwartz, Farmer, Junction City Isla Stockley, Mrs. W. Smith, Kingsport, Tenn. Pearl Schwartz, Mrs. Myers, Bruce, Wis.'l' Forrest Sellers, Milwaukee Chair Co., Mil- waukee, Wis. Mendel Shafton, Cloth. Business, Stevens Point Edith Steward, Mrs. Ed. Shimp, Sparland, Ill. Rose Tardiff, Mrs. James Van Rooy, Naples Marguerite Trowbridge, Mrs. Wm. Han- sen, Milwaukee, Wis. Lillian Thomas Ellen Todd, Mrs. W. E. Warner, Col- umbus, Ohio Carl Ule, Contractor, Chicago Albro Walters, Musician, Chicago Evelyn West, Mrs. H. Playman, Apple- ton, Wis. CLASS OF 1913 Pearl K. Bunin, Stenographer, Hdw. Ins., Stevens Point George Fisher, Fireman, Stevens Point Esther Hermann, Mrs. Ray Clark, Ste- vens Pt. Rosealthea Kimball, Mrs. Frank Waznick, Stevens Point Raymond Miller, Bank Teller, Minne- apolis, Minn. " Deceased 'I' Last known occupation and address Page 136 Dora Lewis, Teacher, Dixon, N. D. J 1 Lucy DeBase, Teacher, Stevens Point Allard Haertil, Cashier State Bank, Franksville, Wis. Carl Jacobs, Hardware Insurance, Stevens Point Glenn Smith, Moll 8C Glennon, Stevens Point ,fr V Mabel Clements, Mrs. Beaudreau, Bever- ly Hills, Calif. Hattie Colburn Carrie Henrickson Florence Myrna Jensen :P Louise Southwick, Home, Stevens Point Florence Allen, Mrs. H. Marsh Percy Dafoe, Lawyer, Oak Park, Ill. Marie Eaton if Florence Krutza, Chicago, Ill. Florence Grant, Mrs. E. P. Stearns, Kar- inen, S. D. Hattie Krueger, Teacher, Madison, Wis. Edwin Nalborski, Dentist, Stevens Point Kathleen Crummey, Mrs. John Halver- sen, Chicago, Ill. Ella Dittman, Mrs. J. H. Ward, Arnott, Margaret Love, Hdw. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Marie Macklin 'i Lorraine Oster, Mrs. Tom Spates, Gen- eva, Switzerland Frank Patterson, Street Railway Head, Shreveport, La. Leo Pierce, Merchant, Plover Gennette Rowe, Mrs. B. K. Miller, Fond du Lac, Wis. Myrtle Ruby, Madison, Wis. 'l' Margaret Van Hecke, Mrs. S. Mc- Donald, Marshfield Olive Burdick, Teacher, Pittsville, Wis- consin 'l' Edmund Formella, Salesman, Stevens Pt. Roman Krutza, Chicago, Ill. Ella Meyer, Mrs. Carl Jacobs, Stevens Pt. Viva Phelps, Mrs. Brietenstein, Stevens Point Ruth Parker, Mrs. Rabenstein, California Myrtle Rowe, Hdw. Ins., Stevens Point Walter Pike, Teacher, Virginia, Minn. CLASS OF 1914 Wis. Lena Anderson, Teacher, Virginia, Minn- esota 'l' Agnes Docka, Mrs. J. Howard, Niagara, Wis. Florence Horne, Teacher, Milwaukee, Wis. Edward Boyer, Western Electric, Chi- cago, Ill. Hazel Calkins, Teacher, Stevens Point Theodore Frank, Papermill, Appleton Mabel Hair, Mrs. A. D. Wilson, Green Bay, Wis. 'l' Emil Hofsoos, Advertising, Detroit Alois Jacoboske, Electrician, Stevens Pt. John Jakusz, Printing Shop, Milwaukee Henry Johnson, Hdw. Mutual, Boston Ruth Longhurst, Mrs. J. H. Reddick, Maheno, Wis. Gordon Lovejoy, Prin. H. S., Wrights- town Vera McGill, Mrs. Fred Cowen Leilla Willard, Mrs. Glen Neale, Stevens Point Veda Parker gi Etta Shumway, Mrs. A. C. Barry, Wau- paca Sylvia Shepreaux, Mrs. M. Sekora, West Allis, Wis. Florian Bannach, Fox Farm, Custer Gladys Burt, Teacher 'l' Raymond Jacobs, Music Store, Stevens Point Y Jason Maunders Karl Pfiffner, Hdw. Ins., Stevens Point Henry Schadewald, Insurance, Monroe 'P Deceased T Last known occupation and address Nita Sackett, Stevens Point, Wis. Pearl Skalitzky, Teacher, Red Granite, Wis. 'l' Gertrude Stockley, Fond du Lac, Wis. 'l' Marguerite Tait, Telephone Oflice, -Stevens Point, Wis. Helga Anderson, Mrs. L. A. Peterson, Pelham Manor H. Clay Blaisdell, Hdw. Ins., Stevens Pt. Mary Bourn, Mrs. W. R. Weinholt, Plover, Wis. Beatrice Cady, Teacher, St. Paul, 'l' Helen Crego Meryl Fisher, Farmer, Almond, Wis. Grace Glennon, Mrs. A. Cashin, Stevens Point Irene Harriman, Mrs. Albert Olson, Vir- ginia James Hull, City Editor, Stevens Point Inez Jackson, Mrs. Tibbetts, Teacher, Stevens Point Aurella Kimball, Teacher, Hammond, Ind. Lora. S. Martin, Teacher, Bessemer, Mich, Clark Person Michael Ryhicki, Hdw., Stevens Point Georgia Stockley, Teacher, Oak Park, Ill. Bessie Wakefield, Mrs. F. B. Shemanski, Stevens Point Page 137 CLASS OF 1915 Carl Anschuetz, Manufacturer, Chicago Vila Barager, Teacher, Granton, Wis. 'l' Theron Bailey Esther Benson, Stenographer, Stevens Pt. Gladys Block, Mrs, Earl Morton, Calif. Marjorie Boston, Mrs. C. I. Cook, Green Bay, Wis. Alfred Burt Gladys Chapman, Mrs. Anderson, Port- land, Ore. Helen Diamond, Teaching, Minneapolis Sidney Eagleburger, Physician, Wauwa- tosa Roger Emmons, Hdw. Ins., Stevens Point Edward Finch, Hdw. Ins., Stevens Point Wanda Formella, Mrs. M. Rajcich, Aber- deen, Wash. Joseph Frymark, Copps Co. Stevens Pt. Florence Gething, Mrs. Ed. Scott, Iron River, Wis. l Nellie Gleason, Teacher, Fred Godshall Lena Hautzinger, Mrs. William Abrams, Minneapolis Wesley Held, Immigration Insp., N. D. Vilas Knope if Clara Koshnick, Mrs. George Somers, Stevens Point Herbert Krueger, Chemist, Carolville, Wis. William Klinkert Genevieve Love, Teacher, Chicago John Martini if George Moxon, Automobiles, Stevens Pt, Mildred Merry, Mrs. Lloyd Green, Ta- coma, Wash. Adolph Neuwald, Teacher, Minnesota Pearl Nicholson, Stenographer, Clinton- ville, T Grace Nohr if Monica O'Keefe, Nun, Michigan Elfrieda Pagel, Mrs. Clyde Hunting, Evanston Herman Pagel, Business, Stevens Point Esther Peickert, Teaching, Stevens Point Irma Playman, Mrs. F. C. Hadgeman, San Pedro Ben Porter, Farmer, Plover Mabel Reton, Mrs. Wm. Badter, Stevens Point Agnes Seidler, Mrs. W. Krueger, Wis- consin Rapids Pearl Sellers, Mrs. H. Spillman, Elkhart, Ind. Alice Sholtz, Stenographer, 'l' Ethel Stark, Electric Demonstrator, Russell Stemen, U. of Ohio, Columbus Lillian Steward :P Elthie Tufte, Mrs. Alfred Lutz, Stevens Point Frances Von Neupert, Mrs. H. Baeben- roth, Stevens Point Harold West, Dentist, Park Falls CLASS OF 1916 Lucy Allen, Home Duties, Stevens Point Beatrice Bacon, Teacher, Two Rivers Robert Broten, Locomotive fireman, Stevens Point Elsie Crossman, Teaching, St. Paul Ina Carley, Mrs. Peterson, Teacher, She- boygan, Wis. Morris Gullickson, Bookkeeper Whippet Auto Co., Stevens Point Frances Goder, Mrs. H. Renaut, Detroit, Mich. Louise Jacobs, Mrs. Leo Mingenback, Stevens Point Fern Macklin 4' Melvin Moffitt, Oil Business, San Antonio Texas Ruth Oster, Mrs. Wilson Delzell, Stevens Point Hazen Scott, Mrs. Stinn, Rice Lake, Wis. Frances Anderson, Teacher, Detroit, 'l' Tillie Bannach, Home, Custer Eva Bowers, New Mexico T " Deceased 1' Last known occupation and address 'Page 138 Amy Carley, Teacher, Illinois Margaret Fulton, Mrs. Carl Meyers, Sac- ramento, Calif. William Gavin, Herst Rent A Car, ' Chicago, Ill. Charles Horne, Chemist, Colorado Norman Kelley, Dentist, Antigo, Wis. Bernice Martin, Hurley, Wis. Hattie Meyer, Teacher, Two Rivers 'l' Flora Belle Rogers, Mrs. Eugene Spade, Lake Bluff, Ill. Mary Todd, Mrs. Lee Ballard, Stevens Point Dorothy West, Mrs. Bert O'Conner, Stevens Point Leslie Bourn, Principal of High School, Harvard, Ill. Helene Hundson, Married, Florida Ferdinand Krembs, Doctor, Stevens Point George Card, Salesman, Stevens Point Faith Cross, Nun, Milwaukee Michel O'Keefe, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 'l' Lucille Bergholte, Mrs. Wm. Froehlich, Glen Beulah, Wis. Harold Bronson, Travelling man, Rice Lake Adolph Formella, Garage Owner, El- dres, Wis. Naomi Fulton, Mrs. Theodore Uerling, Stevens Point Priscilla Furmirger, Yeowoman, New York City T Cephas Jacoboski, Clerk, Stevens Point Evelyn Koshnick, American Legion, Washington D. C. William Longhurst :P Carolyn Maurer, Stenographer, Stevens Point Marie Maurer, Mrs. Wm. James, Urbana, Ill. Lillian McCallum, Mrs. Alan St. Cyr, East Orange, N. J. Bernard Mozuch, Account Agent R. R., Stevens Point Isabel Parks, Mrs. F. W. Hoerter, Stevens Point Henry Peickert, Mail Carrier, Stevens Pt. Raymond Pike, Chippewa Falls, Wis. Florence Polebitski, Mrs. R. W. Conroy, Wichita, Kan. Lucille Rothman, Home, Stevens Point Irene Scribner, Mrs. Raymond Stowe, Milwaukee, Wis. Helen Stroik, Stenographer, Stevens Pt. 'l' Fern Willet, Mrs. Bossert, Wis. Rapids Rose Worzalla, Stenographer, Chicago Walter L. Worzella, Rolnik Office, Ste- vens Point CLASS OF 1917 Margaret Alcorn, Mrs. Tom Schwartz, Sierra Madre, Calif. Myron Bidwell Ida Mae Boyington, Mrs. H. Granger, Kenosha Mabel Chapman, Mrs. Kilroye, Wausau, Wis. Grace Curtis, Mrs. Williams, Minneapolis Edna Docka, Mrs. Smith, Stevens Point Ruth Eagleburger, Mrs. Karl Kelsey, Mil- waukee, Wis. Agnes Goder, Mrs. O. Zellman, Cataract, Wis. Karyl Green, Garage, Pontiac, Mich. Laura Gussell, Mrs. Stang, Stevens Point Lawrence Hale ii Grace Jackson, Teacher, Sheboygan Falls Carl Kelsey, Salesman, Milwaukee Ella Kreueger, Teaching, Milwaukee Emma Larson, Mrs. Miles Colligan, Wau- toma, Wis. May Manning, Mrs. Schultz, Glidden, Wis. Helen Martini, Mrs. Forrest Cauley, Wausau Harriette McCreedy, Mrs. Demerling, Stevens Point Myrtle McKellips ii Smith McLandress, Paper Co., Appleton Lily Myer, Mrs. Harley, Stevens Point Malina Moen, Mrs. Brewster, Minneapo- lis, Minn. Magdalene Moxon, Teacher, Waukesha Kathryne Mullen, Citz. Nat. Bank, Ste- vens Point " Deceased T Last known occupation and address Raymond Phffner, Office Work, Stevens Point Florence Rohrer Fern Sackett, Mrs. Branch, Stevens Pt. Dolores Scheffner, Mrs. Sudolph, Marsh- field, Wis. Andy Shumway, Marines Regina Somers, Mrs. Robert Geoncerta, Chicago Gladys Sustins, Mrs. Carsten, Stevens Pt. Carl Van Hecke, Salesman, Stevens Pt. Pauline Viertel, Teaching, Fond du Lac, Wis. Blanche Warner, Mrs. B. H. Rumsey, San Francisco, Calif. Harold Frost, Business, Stevens Point Daniel Horne, Instructor, Colorado Mamie Ule, Dietician, Chicago Arthur Duggan, Whiting Plover Paper Co., Stevens Point Marguerite Harriman, Stenographer, Ste- vens Point Everett Porter, Paper Mill 'l' A Carl Voge, Oflice Manager Hardware, Baltimore, Md. Michael Walter, Railroad, Stevens Point Stanislaus Zurawski Emil Hebal, Supt. of Schools, Oak Park, Ill. Frances Nalborski, Art Instructor, De- troit, Mich Fred Povalski, Pittsburgh, Pa. 'l' Robert Urbahan, Dr., International Falls, Minn. Page 139 CLASS OF 1918 Merle Atkins, Mrs. C. F. Oberst, Stevens Point Marjorie Barager, Mrs. W. O. Rask, Willmer, Minn. Clarence Bensen ii Evelyn Berlach, Teacher, Naperville, Ill. Irene Bowers, Mrs. C. Vetter, Denver Clara Bukolt, Mrs. Meyer, Milwaukee Edith Calkins, Mrs. E. C. Marcks, Teach- er, Milwaukee, Wis. Virginia Carley, Mrs. W. Zorn, Eau Claire Birdie Ellis, Business, Plymouth Alois Fillip, Furniture, Detroit Ruth Frank, Weber Life Like Fly Co., Stevens Point, Wis. George Frost, Fly Factory, Stevens Pt. Esther Gee, Mrs. G. Lyons, Burons Bertha Glennon, Teacher, Stevens Point Bessie Hale, Mrs. W. O'Herren, Elkhart, Ind. R a m 0 n a Jacobowski, Teacher-grade school, Stevens Point Helen jerzak, Stenographer, Bank, Chicago Margaret Kalke, Mrs. P. Kernern, Mil- waukee Elizabeth Kimball, Mrs. W. Winter, Grand Forks, N. D. Ada Kuhl, Mrs. Boyington, Chicago Katherine Lampman, Mrs. George Law, Waupaca, Wis. Martin Larson, Stevens Point, Wis. Rozella Larson, Mrs. A. Ewing, Stevens Point Fannie Lipman, Mrs. M. Lipshutz, Sioux City, Iowa De Loyd Krembs, priest, Oshkosh, Wis. Stella Joerns, Mrs. R. Hesik, St. Paul Ovid Meyer, Doctor, Madison, Wis. Clinton McCreedy, Salesman, Ames Em- erick Bond House, Evanston Eva Nordbye, Mrs. F. Mole, Chicago Leonard Nohr, Advertising Agency, Stevens Point Robert Normington, N's Laundry, Ste- vens Point Walter Pattitz, Civil Engineer, Milwau- kee, Wis. Loretta Pagel, Mrs. J. H. Norenberg, Sparta, Wis. Helen Pliska, Clerk South Side Bakery, Stevens Point John Rellahan, Univ. Teacher, Grand Forks, N. D. Isabelle Ruby, Stenographer, Madison, Wis. 'l' Genevieve Rowe, Mrs. Frank Retzner, Mosinee Evelyn Ruby, Stenographer, Madison, Wis. 'l' Edith Schadewald, Mrs. Yokers, Stevens Point Doris Shumway, Mrs. C. Harvey, Cleve- land Helen Seibert, Mrs. P. Giese, Ottumwa, Iowa Maureita Spaulding, Mrs. G. Holman, Seattle, Wash. Ellis Todd, Railroad Mail Clerk, St. Paul Carl Vetter, Billing 8t Este Lb. Yd. Den- X ver, Colo. Roy Warner Lelah Yorton, Telephone Office, Stevens Point Willis Zorn, College Coach, Eau Claire Florence Schneffner, Mrs. O. L. Purdue, Atlanta, Georgia Anna Worzalla, Mrs. W. Crowley, Chi- cago, Ill. CLASS OF 1919 Florence Blossom Allen Avis Dorothy Anschuetz, Teacher 2nd. Grade, Medford, Oregon Lucille Mildred Anschuetz, Pub. Schools, Dayton, O. John M. Bannach, Bannach Auto Co., Stevens Point Elizabeth Battin, Mrs. Edwin Moe, Pitts- burgh, Pa. Helen M. Battin, Teacher, Cleveland William H. Bethke, Factory, Madison Allene Janice Bird, Mrs. Ed Edick, Es- canaba, Mich. " Deceased T Last known occupation and address Page 1411 Melvin A. Breitenstien William Russell Broten, Wis. Valley Elec. Co., Stevens Point Lanora Arloene Broten :P Florence Isabel Calkins, Mrs, A. P. Zlat- nik, Two Rivers Mary Elizabeth Calkins, Mrs. H. D. Campbell, Shawano, Wis. Ora Mayme Cartmill, Mrs. Warren C. Williams, Clintonville Ruth Irene Chapman, Bertwith E. Elliott, Clothing Business, Plymouth, Wis. Elizabeth Barbara Green William Lawrence Hogan, Milwaukee, Wis. Harold A. Hyer, Fruit Farm, Carriere, Miss. Esther Gertrude Jacobs, Home, Stevens Point Mary Virginia Jerzak, Real Estate 86 Insurance, Milwaukee Victoria Bernice Klosowski Jessie B. Koecher, Mrs. Francis Cate, Seattle, Wash. Katherine Lillian Kremski, Mrs. James Dowd, Milwaukee, Wis. John A. Kutella, Harris Bros. Chicago, Ill. Beulah Marie Larson, Librarian, Fair- bault, Minn. Helen S. McLandress Edna A. Marlatt Dorothy Irene Martin, Mrs. Carl Fields, Stevens Point Esther Nell Moxon, DeHart, Grand Rapids, Mich. James A. Moxon, Loyola U, Chicago E. Edith Newby, Mrs. Carl Hoffstetter, Milwaukee Frederick Maurice Noble, Oak Park, Ill. Allan L. Park, Lawyer, Wausau, Wis. Beatrice J. Plattner, Minneapolis Fern Ina Porter, Mrs. G. W. Knutson, Waupaca, Wis. Wilbur Porter, Fox Farm, Plover, Wis. CLASS OF Helen Marie Anderson, Mrs. Geo. Quim- ' by, Stevens Point Thelma D. Anderson, Mrs. Arthur Long, Stanley, Wis. George A. Bacon, Sergt. Wis. National Guard, Stevens Point Katherine E. Bidwell, Mrs. Wayne John- son, Marshfield, Wis. Valmer G. Bird, Gas Co., Merrill, Wis. Raymond W. Bourn, Hardware Mutual Insurance Co., Stevens Point Beradine Margaret Brown, Married, Osh- kosh, Wis. Frank E. Boyer, Jr., Immigration Inspec- tor, Toledo, Ohio Mabelle E. Brown, Mrs. Harold Funk, Stevens Point Otto Francis Christenson, Lawyer, Lan- caster, Wis. Bertha Edith Crocker, 6th grade teacher, Milwaukee H' Deceased 'I' Last known occupation and address Rhody Rice, Physician and Surgeon, Stevens Point Lillian Amelia Rohrer Clara Baker Rowe, Mrs. Bob Walher, Columbus, Wis. Darwin A. Shumway, U. S. Marine Corps, Quantico, W. V. Olive Rowena Skinner Evelyn Geraldine Smith, Sheridan, Wis. Dorothy A. Somers, Teacher, Stevens Pt. Palmer William Taylor, Druggist, Ste- vens Point Grace Frances Thompson, Mrs. Harold Foster, Stevens Point Mary R. Van Hecke, Dietitian, St. Marys Hospital, Milwaukee Otto E. Von Neupert, Haberdasher, Hotel Whiting, Stevens Point G. Frederick Vetter, Vetter Manufactur- ing Co., Stevens Point Marie G. Viertel, Teacher, Fond du Lac Edwin A. Walker, Bus driver, Stevens Point Mildred Ival Watkins Isabelle Grace Weltman, Mrs. Holman, Wausau Mary I. Whittaker Jessie Lynn White, Mrs. T. C. Conlin, Cleveland, Ohio Henrietta S. Wirth Theresa V. Woldarski Ralph H. Todd, Burroughs Adding Ma- chine Co., Madison 1920 Mary Anne Duggan, Mrs. A. R. McFar- lin, Janesville, Wis. Dorothy Blanche Ellsworth :F Regina Ramona Falkavage, Aviatrix, Chicago, Ill. Harold E. Foster, Agent Milwaukee Jour- nal, Stevens Point Earl G. Frank, First National Bank, Stevens Point Florence A. Frost, Teacher, Stevens Point Ethel Christian Gear, Teacher, Minne- apolis, Minn. Leona A. Gething, Hdwe. Mutual Ins. Co., Stevens Point Lawrence E. Hebal, Manager of Hebal Grocery Stores, Stevens Point Lawrence Glennon, Stevens Point Moritz Raymond Goder, Box Factory, Stevens Point Leo N. Gulickson, Willys-Knight-Whip- pet Garage, Stevens Point Page 141 Hale, Principal High Wis. Jr., Milwaukee, Wis. Hardware Mutual In- surance Co., Stevens Point Leona J. Hirzy, Hardware Mutual In- surance Co., Stevens Point George I. Holman, Machinist Helper, Seattle, Wash. Ruth Katheryn Jacobs, Mrs. Fredrick Joerns, Stevens Point Zita R. Jacaboski Archibald P. Jenson Lyman Johnson, National Guard, Ste- vens Point Ida Kalisky, Mrs. Earl Silverman, Copps Co., Stevens Point Dorothy Marie Kingsbury, At Home, Stevens Point Joseph Klosowski, Medical Student, Ham- tranick, Mich. Irma Marie Krembs, Mrs. William H. Hope, Milwaukee Carl L. Kretschman, Janesville, Wis. Helen Mae Kubisiak, Hardware Mutual Ins. Co., Stevens Point Russell Walker Langenberg, Los Ange- les, California Jack Lipman, Accountant, Sioux City, Iowa Bernard W. Longhurst, Soo Line, Stevens Point Howard R. Longhurst, Marshfield, Wis. Loretta R. Martini, Mrs. Tom Malone, Wausau, Wis. Charles Marx, Seaman Body Works, Mil- waukee, Wis. Emma Henrietta Moen, Telephone Co., Stevens Point Charles Kenneth School, Phelps, John J. Heffron, Erling E. Hegg, CLASS Marian Adelle Alban, Mrs. Charles Jen- sen, Waupaca, Wis. Crystal Allen, Mrs. Clay Blaisdell, Stevens Point Bertha Myrtle Atkins, Mrs. Henry F. Gussel, Stevens Point Joyce G. Ball, Nursing, Stevens Point Myra D. Barnsdale, Teacher, Plover, Wis. Theresa Bernadine Biesik, Married, Frank- lin Park, Ill. Frances Ethel Blake, Mrs. Melville Bright, Minneapolis, Minn. Melville Bright, Auditor for Washburn- Crosby Co., Minneapolis, Minn. "' Deceased T Lan known occupadon and addras Page 14: O Mamie Cecile Milcharek Cecilia Genevieve Mozuch, Hdwe. Mu- tual Ins. Co., Stevens Point Dorothy Helen Murick, Teacher, Ocon- to, Wis. Ruby Mae Newby Edwin Normington, Normington's Laun- dry, Manitowoc, Wis. Fred Hyde Oster, Coaching "Oregon Ag- gies" Mabel Ins. Irene ski, Irene Evelyn Peterson, Hdwe. Mutual Co., City U. Prodzinski, Mrs. Henry Repin- Polonia, Wis. Florence Razner, Mrs. Vincent Shafranski, Stevens Point Leona M. Sackett, At Home, Stevens Point Ida Lucille Scribner, Mrs. Robert Wil- liams, Minneapolis Blanche Harriet Silverman, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tessie Soik, Hardware, Stevens Point Bessie Margaret Somers, Mrs. J. J. Dance, Waupaca, Wis. Gerald B. Spaulding, Theatre Manager, Owen, Wis. Frank George Sprafka, Dentist, Chicago, Ill. Ruth Marie Sprague, Mrs. John Spar- hawk Hassel S. Vaughn, Teacher, Stevens Point Edwin Voge, Auditor, New York Grace R. Warner, Billings, Montana, Dept. Store Kenneth E. Willard Kenneth Bradford Willett, Hardware Mutual Ins. Co., Stevens Point Harry E. Wilson, Woolworth Co., Phil. 1921 William Earl Bright, Salesman for Lib- by 86 Libby, La Crosse, Wis. Robert F. Cook, Citizens Abstract and Trust Co., Milwaukee Dorothy Margaret Coon, Dietitian, Ste- vens Point Verna Marguerite Crocker, T e a c h e r, Prairie Du Sac, Wis. G Marian Maud Cutler, Teacher, Tripoli, Wis. Mildred Irene Dake, Mrs. George Stelter, Wisconsin Rapids Eva B. Downing, Mrs. George Smeiding, Homassa, Florida Julian J. Falkavage, Butcher, Peickert's Meat Market, Stevens Point Phyllis Ester Fish, High School Teacher, Iola, Wis. Myron H. Finch, History and Phy-Cul- ture Teacher, Tripoli Geneva B. Foster, lst grade Teacher, Mich. Lillian M. Gunderson, Mrs. G. Behnke, Amherst Fredrick A. Hubbard, Hub Taxi Driver, City Wilbur E. Hull, First Nat. Bank, City Leslie H. Huber, Advertiser for Flour, Minneapolis, Minn. Johanna M. Klein, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Gertrude Larson, Stenographer, Madison, Wis. Helen M, Kujawa, Am. Dist. Telegraph Co., Chicago Florence S. Larson Dorothy Alice Leahy, Mrs. Del Bert Dod- rill, Chicago Helen A. Lorbicki Gretchen E. Martin, Mrs. Hubert Schlig, Chicago Elsie C. Maurer, Jefferson Grade School, City Helen A. McClone, Hardware, City Edna P. McCreedy, Mrs. Wm. Pittman, South Bend, Ind. Elizabeth M. Miller Viola G. Miller, Worzalla Publishing House, City Ruth E. Moxon, Mrs. J. T. Pronger, Cheyenne, Wyo. Susan P. Netzley, Mrs. A. Brown, Calif. Eunice Florence Newton, Mrs. J. Julius Wallen, LaCrosse Lester H. Newton, Pharmacist, Milwau- kee Edward V. Nigbor, Nigbor Fur Co., Green Bay Norman G. Oertel, Teller Nat. Bank, City Helen E. Parson, 2nd Grade Teacher, Lansing, Mich. Anton M. Pfiffner, Journal Office, City Marguerite E. Puariea, Weber Co. Office, City John A. Redfield, Salesman, Eau Claire Book Co., City Laura J. Seeger, Home, City Vernetta R. Sell, Mrs. Frank Check, City Mayme S. Somers, Mrs. Irving Gulick- son, City Raymond Carl Somers, Milwaukee Louise P. Sovey, Mrs. Warren E. Kreu- nen, City Merton J. Stevens, Telephone Co., City Cleo F. Swanson, Mrs. Myron Peterson, City Gage Taylor, Architect, New York City Eleanor H. Van Hecke, Mrs. Ray Felker, Wis. Rapids Dorothy E. Vetter, Instructor St. Ste- vens' College, Columbia, Mo. Eunice M. Viertal, 2nd grade teacher, Janesville Nellie Irene Virum, Married, Milwaukee Marie E. Walter, Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee Ruth Genevieve Willard, Fisher Sl Cashin Law Office, City Emily J. Wroblewski, Stenographer, Detroit Eva. E. Winecki, Hardware, City Gladys M. Young, Mrs. Merton G. Eber- lein, Milwaukee Bessie Zorn, Stenographer, Hutter Co., City CLASS OF 1922 Eleda V. Anderson, Mrs. Joerns, St. Paul, Minn. Genevieve Bablicch, Sten. Lullaby Corp. Stevens Point Clifton Bailey, Optician, N. Paulina, Chicago Otto A. Backus, Interne, Texas Almyra Betlach, Hardware Mutual, Ste- vens Point Walter R. Bruce, Prin., Elmyra High School, Elmyra, Wis. Cecil R. Card, Montgomery Ward, Chi- cago, Illinois "' Deceased 1' Last known occupation and address Annabel Edith Clark, Mrs, E. B. Nickles, Manitowoc, Wis, Kathleen Clifford, Mrs. Hawley Cahill, Milwaukee, Wis. Elizabeth Collins, Teacher of History, Stevens Point Harold Craney, Salesman, Eau Claire Book Sl Stationery, Stevens Point Winifred Mae Davidson, Mrs. A. An- ' derson, Stevens Point Helen Donermeyer, Hardware Mutual, Stevens, Point Page 143 ,X Gladys Elila Downing, Mrs. Wright Madson, Racine, Wis. Dorothy Ell, Mrs. G. W. Ballard, Apple- ton, Wis. Carolyne R. Frost, Steno., Geo. Frost Bc Son, Stevens Point Ferol Fuller, Mrs. Leo Gullikson, Stevens Point E. Myrtle Gates, Mrs. O. Berry, Kohler, Wis. Edna Gear, Hardware Insurance, Mnpls. John M. Glennon Mayme F. Grosheck, Mrs. Floyd Strutz, Schiller Park, Ill. Candace I. Grover Thomas Hanna, Hardware Mutual, Stev- ens Point Irene M. Hire, Mrs. Clark Thompson, Stevens Point Harold Jackson, McDill Paper Mllls, Ste- vens Point Isabel Joerns, Mrs. Lau, Hartford, Wis. Walter Jonas, Cromium Co. Inc., Mil- waukee, Wis. Gladys B. King, Home, Stevens Point Alice M. Klimowicz, Teacher of first grade, McKinley School, Stevens Pt. Francis Knope, Continental, Stevens Pt. Genevieve J. Leary Margaret S. Leary, Insurance, Milwaukee Lawrence L. Lee James M. Malick, Postal Clerk, Stevens Point Maud L. Marsh, H. S. Teacher, Fall Creek Ruth I. Marshall, Hardware Mutual, Stevens Point Virginia Martin, Mrs. Ray Somers, Bos- ton, Mass. James E. Martin, Northern Paper Co., Y. M. C. A., Green Bay Catherine Marx, Weber Fly Co., Stevens Point Carl Maslowski, Hardware Mutual, Ste- vens Point Frieda Mayer, Hospital Nurse, Cedar St., Marshfield Marie Mclnnis, Hardware Mutual, Ste- vens Point Theresa A. Olkowski J. Foster Owen, Asst. Manager, Wis. Cuneo Press, Milwaukee Dorothy Packard, Stenographer, Mad- iso.n, Wis. Helen Peabody, Mrs. Ervin Redding, Stevens Point Herbert M. Peck, Jr. Wm. Powell, University of Wis., Mad- ison Edmund R. Razner, Whiting Paper Co., Stevens Point Margaret Rellahan, Mrs. H, Merrill, Stevens Point George Ressler, Post Office, Stevens Point Leslie D. Reynolds, Lecturer at St. Louis, Huntington Arms, St. Louis Evelyn Rice, Kindergarten Sth Ward School, Stevens Point Evelyn Georgia Risser, Mrs. Gibbs Leonard C. Scribner, Dentist, Stevens Point Kenneth Seeley James Wilbur Snyder, Cincinnati, Ohio Frances Angela Stockley, Teacher, Junc- tion City, Wis. Marie Sullivan, Secretary, Stevens Point Eleanor M. Trieweiler, Mory Ice Cream Co., Stevens Point Evelyn Utes, Mrs. Van de Grist, Chicago Fredrick A. Vaughn, Teaching Mareth Louise Virum Esther Warner, Mrs. Badmaker, 1617 Warner Ave., Butte, Mont. Barbara Welantzik, Mrs. David Levine, Chicago Theresabell Welch, Copps Co., Stevens Point Marian Weltman, Teaching, Lake Geneva Mabel Louise Walker, Teacher, Fort Dodge, Iowa Helen L. Werachowski, Theodore Weyher, Cornell U., New York Jeanette K. Wilson, Mrs. Leonard Scrib- ner, Stevens Point Ethel Wood Louis Worzalla, Worzalla 85 Sons, Stevens Point, Wis. Grace Whittaker CLASS OF 1923 ' Isabel Mae Ash, Great American Insur- ance Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Cecelia Bernice Adams, Home, Plover, Wis. 'I Deceased T Last known occupation and address Page 144 Nicholas George Allen, H. S. Teacher, Gays Mills, Wis. Raymond C. Boone, Teaching, Mauston, Wis. Kathryn Louise Breitenstein, Teacher, Wisconsin Rapids Lloyd S. Bentley Theodore S. Burant Trevor Bacon Interior Decorator, Los Angeles Mary Bruske, First Nat'l Bank Kenneth C. Barnes, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Amel C. Bannach, Manager Silver Black Fox Ranch, Custer, Wis. Amelia Bannach, Teacher, Custer, Wis. Stevens Point, Wis. R. 5 Esther Boyer Hdw. Mutual Casualty Branch Oflice, Chicago, Ill. Cecelia C. Bronk, 1477 37th Ave., Max- ell Ray Furn. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Stella C. Berna Clifton R. Cook, Weber Lifelike Fly City, 132 Whitney St. Vinnie Caroline Cram Robert Card, Medical Salesman, Chicago Margaret M. Dhein, Hdw. Mutual City, new Smith sf. Constance Loretta Davis, Stenographer, Milwaukee Frank Duggan Hdw. Mutual, 239 Wood sf., City Frank M. Decelle John C. Egenhoefer, Truck Driver, City Grace Mae Emery Madge I. Foate, W. U. T. Oflice, 346 Fremont St., City Helen C. Frabk, Teacher, Almond, Wis. Bernice Henrietta Friday, Hdw. Mutual, Boston, Mass. George W. Fields Helen M. Fish 33 Doris Lorraine Glinski, Hdw. Mutual, 408 Franklin St., City Alice Helen Gear, 2517 West 42nd. St., Home, Minneapolis, Minn. Max M. Goldberg, Adams, Drug Store, 301 Water St., City Kathleen Gething, Teacher, Neenah William A. Henning, Jr. Soo Line Depot, Ellis, St., City Darrell K. Hetzel, Gullickson's Garage, Stevens Point Chester Francis Harwood, Hdw. Mutual, 648 Strongs Ave., City Frank N. Hodgden, Shafton's Whole- sale House, City Eleanor Hughes, Mrs. Wm. Hicks, New York City "' Deceased T Last known occupation and address William H. Hebal, Chief Radio Operator, WTMJ cfo Journal, Milwaukee Ruth Evelyn Hoffman, Kindergarten Teacher, McKinley School, City Louis C. Harthig, Soo Line, So. Church St., City Virgil Everett Herrick, Madison, Wis. S22 N. Pinckney, Ambassador Apt's, Cal. Doris Emily Law Karl Oliver Lord, Haertel Monument Co., Wisconsin Rapids Helen Frances Jacks Margaret Jonas, Mrs. J. Ross, 307 Divi- sion St., City Fred L. Kuhl, Student C. S. T. C. Clara El Kujawa, Sec. Supt. of Schools, City Gladys A. Kussman, Teacher, Amherst Gladys E. Lewis, Mrs. Alfred Sell, S27 Ellis St., City Gertrude Bernice Landowski, Mrs. Mich- ael Konziello, 945 50th Ave., Milwau- kee, Wis. Joseph F. Lepinski, Nigbor's Fur Store, 803 Washington Ave., City Steven P. Klimowicz, Sparton Radio, 736 Strongs Ave., City Dorothy C. Marshall, Mrs. Chester Har- wood, 648 Strongs Ave., City Harry Monastersky, Univ. of Wis., 926 Johnson St., Madison Wis. Max Monastersky, Highway Commission, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Irving Maurer, Hdw. Mutual, Madison, S23 W. Main St. Claire C. McClellan, Teaching, Antigo Lucille H. Neumann, Hardware, City Zita L. O'Connor, Mrs. Wm. Hoag, Chi- cago, Ill. Johanna Jeanette Perzynski, State Dept., Madison Rosetta E. Powell, Commercial Work, Niagara Falls Leo S. Pavlowski, Ringness Shoe Co., City Charless W. Reeve, Hdw. Mut., Kenosha Helen Rothrock, Telephone Co., Oak St., City Evelyn M. Sprague, Montgomery Ward, City, 1135 Clark St. Edward A. Schultz Henry H. Swan, Teaching, Forestville, Wis. John M. Sievert, Hdw. Mutual, Minne- apolis, Minn. Alice Mae Sell, Teacher, Wild Rose, Wis. Page 145 Rose C. Skibba, Mrs. Earl Mohr, Marsh- field, Wis. Arthur Spindler, Soo Line, McCulloch St., City. Emil E. Shannon, Whiting Paper Mill, City Georgia M. Stickney, Mrs. Arthur Porter, CSpecialty Shopj Stevens Point Irma Riline Samsow Frances Shelburne Loretta H. Sager, Mrs. Ed. Vroble, Ste- vens Point Clarence Theis, S. T. C., Stevens Point Clara C. Trierweiler, Mory's Ice Cream, Stevens Point Mildred M. Vetter, Teacher, Milwaukee Philip Van Hecke, I. W. A. C. Ass't Manager, Chicago Bernice M. Vinkle, Mrs. Allen Reading, Stevens Point S. Lenore Vaughn, Mrs. George Rogers, Stevens Point Daniel T. Welch, Electrician at Home, Stevens Point Fred Whitaker Sophia Wroblewski, Stenographer, Mil- waukee Norma E. Weldon, Mrs. R. Cummings, Stevens Point Michael Wahoviach Margaret C. Zabel, Mrs. Hiltgen, She- boygan CLASS OF 1924 Almer L. Anderson, Bookkeeper, Stevens Point Worth A. Altenburg, Wis. Valley Dairy, Stevens Point John E. Bablitch, Railroad, Stevens Pt. Fred M. Bablitch, Railroad, Stevens Pt. Raymond M. Bablirch, Heatveal Adv. N. Y. Emma E. Babsinski Walter R. Barnsdale, Truck Driver, Ste- vens Point Jurraine C. Behnke, Teaching, Almond Kenneth N. Bergsbaken, Cassin Glue Co., Appleton, Wis. Marguerite L. Booth, Mrs. Ed. Berry, Buena Vista Cecelia M. Breitenstein, C. S. T. C., Arnott Warren J. Broten, Soo Line, Stevens Pt. Harry L. Bulson, Orchestra, Chicago George W. Butler, Journal, Stevens Pt. Elizabeth L. Cadman, Hdw., Stevens Pt. Esther E. Cate, Univ. of Wis., Madison Margaret Collins, Mrs. E. C. DeBot, Stevens Point Chandler W. Copps, University of Ohio, Columbus Ruth Copps, Teaching, Stevens Point Mildred R. Coulthurst, Mrs. C. Narron, Wausau, Wis. Leland B. Crosby, Marquette, Milwaukee Ruth L. Currier, Mrs. Ed. Suplicke, Ste- vens Point Genevieve M. DeBase, Stenographer, Mil- waukee , Dorothy K. Donermeyer, Hdw., Stevens Point Maybelle L. Downing, Teacher, Nesh- koro, Wis. "' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Page 146 Catherine Dunegan, Simmons College, Boston Catherine Eiden, Convent Mildred A. Eichinger, Mrs. Frank Stepp, Stevens Point Gladys M. Ellis, Mrs. Thomas Collins, M'nneapolis Frank E. Falkavage, Guarantee Hdw. Stevens Point Harold D. Foss, Druggist, Hancock Elizabeth A. Frank, Hardware, Stevens Point Claude R. Freeman, Marquette, Milwau- kee, Wis. Helen K. Gardinier Irvine M. Gordon, U. of Wis., Madison Romona K. Grabowski, Mrs. Victor Bu- kolt, Stevens Point Sarah H. Greveatch, Hardware, Stevens Point Beatrice A. Grover, Bookkeeper, Beloit Harold Haertel, Haertel Monument Co., Stevens Point Edward D. Haka, City Treas., Stevens Pt. Kathryn F. Hart Walter A. Hetzer, Hetzer Bicycle Shop, Stevens Point Frank B. Hebal, Groceries, Stevens Pt. Hilda M. Hollender, Mrs. Ray Boone, Mauston, Wis. Allan W. Holman, Montgomery Ward, Chicago Esther C. Guth, Hdw., Stevens Point Robert Janes, R. R. Surveyer, Stevens Pt. Cecil W. Johnson, Public Service, Chi- cago, Ill. Erwin E. Kalke, Inspector, Milwaukee Carl R. Kitowski, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point David S. Kozyczkowski, Wisconsin State Bank, Stevens Point David Krembs, Coaching, Detroit Clements H. Kubisiak, Salesman, A. T. Shafton, Stevens Point Frank G. Lasecki, Insurance Salesman, Stevens Point Allan Leahy, Journal, Stevens Point Mose Leary, Railroad, Stevens Point Gregory A. Lutz, Paper Co., West Bend, Ind. Stella R. Malke, First Nat'l Bank, Ste- vens Point George A. Mann, Newspaper, Milwau- kee, Wis. Grace F. Maslowski, Hdw., Stevens Point Anne E. Massman, Mrs. Don Varney, Stevens Point Rose C. Martini, Teaching, Stevens Pt. Claiere E. Martin, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point John E. Martin, Contractor, Stevens Pt. Edna B. Martin, Teaching, Amherst Helen P. Martin A. Mercedee McDonald "' Helen E. Miller, Stenographer, Chicago Ignatius P. Mish, Jeweler, Stevens Point Grace L. Mueller, Mrs. Richard Hope M. Mykel, Nurse, Milwaukee Clara J. Newberger, Nursing, Home Harold Paukert, Teaching Ethel A. Paukert, Secretary, Stevens Pt. Esther W. Peterson Helen F. Peterson Edward J. Plank, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Lawrence Poposki, Bookkeeper, New York Antone Porter, Groceries, Stevens Point Esther V. Potter Marian G. Puariea, Hdw., Stevens Point Floyd H. Razner, Acct,, Milwaukee, Wis. Allen E. Reading, Hdw. Stevens Point Evelyn D. Redfield, Mrs. Earl Gaedtke, Stevens Point Margaret J. Reed, Mrs. Springer, Stevens Point Mary A. Rieschel Andrew T. Ringoen, Massachusetts. Howard R. Risser, Sport Shop, Stevens Point Ruth E. Robertson, Wis. State Bank, Stevens Point George F. Rogers, Insurance Salesman, Stevens Point Clara M. Saborke Gertrude E. Scribner, Home, Stevens Pt. Isabelle L. Scribner, Mrs. M. Meyer, Chicago Alice T. Scribner, Nursing Edgewater Hospital, Chicago Genevieve M. Simonis, Mrs. Wilfred Craney, Stevens Point Grace M. Sparks, Kalamazoo, Michigan Adelaide A. Sparks, Teaching, Junction, City Walter B. Springer, Dairy Business, Ste- vens Point Beatrice Swancutt, Mrs. Harold Haertel, Stevens Point Claude R. Upthagrove, Construction Co., Stevens Point Carroll Van Buskirk, Grand Opera, Chi- cago, Ill. Julia Van Hecke, Family Welfare, Mil- waukee, Wis. Donold Vetter, U. of Chicago, Chicago Victor P. Vrobel, Teaching, Milladore Wilma E. Weber Elizabeth L. Weber, Social Service, Mil- waukee, Wis. ' Ellen A. Webster, Teacher, Sturgeon Bay Bennie A. Weronke, Coaching, Wautoma Lila H. Whittaker, Krembs Drug Store, Stevens Point Claudia M. Willard, Mrs. A. Valentine, McDill Maurice Willett, Newspaper, Waupun Theo. Zaborowski CLASS OF 1925 ' Walter Anderson, Copps Co., Stevens Point Raymond Arno, Mail Clerk, Evanston Alois Brezinski Asst. Bank Cashier, Ste- vens Point Harmon Bethke Keith Berens, University of Wis., Mad- ison Carl Bergstrom "' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Marie Betlach, LaCrosse Normal, La- Crosse, Wis. Florence Blake, Nursing, New York City Jacob Block, Cut Rate Store Henrietta Blonien, Mrs. James Ryan, Watertown, Wis. Ferdinand Boyer, Acct., Gaarge, City George Chapman, Electrician, Stevens Pt. Dorothy Carley, Mrs. Ed. Leary, Stevens Point Page 147 Meredity Carley, Plattville Normal, Plattville, Wis. Loretta Clark, Hardware, Stevens Point Bernita Daniels, Lawrence College, Ap- pleton, Wis. Florence Dobeck, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Dorothy Deimling, Mrs. Ed. Razner, Church St., City Bernard Dombeck Dorothy Dunegan, Home, Stevens Point Hubert Dzwonkoske Esther Ell, Hardware, Stevens Point Frances Emery, Hardware, Stevens Point Reima Field, Teaching, McDill, Wis. Wanda Filtz, Gross and Jacobs, Stevens Point Earl Finch, Gross Bc Jacobs, Stevens Pt. Casimer Firkus, Potato Buyer, Stevens Point Harold Firkus, Electrician, Milwaukee Josephine Frank, Teacher, Almond, Wis. Lorraine Gates, Mrs. Ed. LeRox, Wiscon- sin Rapids Anthony Glennon, City worker, Stevens Point Ruth Hamilton, Music teacher, Stevens Point Masita Hanna, Nursing, Stevens Point George Hart, Marquette U. Milwaukee Anne Hegg, Univ. of Minn., St. Paul Robert Hegg ii Robert Henning, Hickey Plumbing Co., Stevens Point Graal Herrick, Teacher, Oak Park, Ill. Lorraine Hetzel, Teacher, Bancroft, Wis. Edith Hintz Caryl Joerns, Traveling, Stevens Point Marjorie Johnson Edmund Kadow, Chicago Esther Kelly Catherine Kitowski, Teacher, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Grace Klish Helene J. Knope, Governess, Fond du Lac, Wis. Anne Kujawa, Home, Stevens Point Kenneth Kulanek Maynord LaBrot, Hdw. Mut. Co., Ste- vens Point Irving Larson, Depot, Stevens Point Margaret Larson, Teacher, Iola, Wis. Elinor Leahy, Hdw. Mut. Co., Stevens Pt. Leonard Leary, Telephone Co., Stevens Point Ward Leary, Plumber, Stevens Point Paul Lee " Deceased 1' Last known occupation and address Page 148 Julia Lemanczik, Teacher, Waupaca, Wis. Harry Lemanczik, N. W. Ins. Co., Mil- waukee, Wis. Michael Lis, Unity Store, Stevens Point Hilda Lutz, Mrs. Olin Fox, Chicago Edvina Lukasavitz Robert Lowe, Univ. of Minn., St. Paul Roman Lorbecki Jean Mainland, Teacher, Oak Park, Ill. Louise Mann William Marsh, Teacher, Stevens Point Theresa Maslowski, Hdw. Stevens Point Margaret Mayer, Nurse, Marshfield, Wis. Rosemary Miller, Mrs. Hoffman, Iron- wood, Mich. Eleanor Moran ' Dorothy Morrissey, Green Bay, Wis. Lottie Normington, Normington's Laun- dry, Stevens Point Victoria Novak, Citz. Nat'l Bank, Ste- vens Point Gladys Nuckles Ford Oestrick, Doctor, Madison Thelma Ottem, Olson Fuel Co., Stevens Point Harold Pearson, Post Office, Stevens Pt. Dorothy Peickert, Teacher, Stevens Pt. Mabel Peterson, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Madison, Wis. Ruth Potter, Teacher, McDill, Wis. Roland Powell, Univ. of Wis., Madison Neal Precourt, Teacher, Plainfield, Wis. Alvina Preston, Stenographer, Milwaukee Gladys Reinke, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point William Reinke, Hardware Mutual Ins. Co., Stevens Point Maurice Rice, Marquette Univ., Milwau- kee, Wis. Charles Rogers gf Lucille Ryan Lillian Somers, Weber's Life Like Fly Co., Stevens Point Verne Somers John Schuda, Farmer, Stevens Point Kenneth Shumway Grafton Schwebel, Mail Carrier, Stevens Point Leonard Sprague, Teacher, Stevens Point Anna Stewart, Teacher, Tigerton, Wis. Casimir Sikorski, Farmer, Polonia, Wis. Marion Swan, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Ernestine Stockley, Mrs. Rudolph West- phal, Stevens Point Joyce Swanson, Librarian, Stevens Point High School Joseph Szizepaniak, Worzella Pub. Co., Stevens Point Madeline Ule. 'P Herman Vetter, Univ. of Wis., Madison Harvey Warner Gertrude Weaver, Mrs. Mikeljohn Fred Weyher, Salesman, Milwaukee, Wis. Hazel White Regina Wojtalewicz Wallace Worzella Nick Zei, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Johanna Wroblewski, Stenographer, Mil- waukee, Wis. CLASS OF 1926 Walter Merrick Allen, Orchestra, Stevens Point Lila Louise Ammel, Teacher, Bancroft, Wis. George William Anderson, Copps Co., Stevens Point Anna M. Ashenbrener, Hdw., Sevens Pt. Frances Jane Bacon, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Verna Cecelia Baker, Mrs. R. Baehles, Milwaukee, Wis. Richard F. Barnsdale, Whiting Paper Co., Plover, Wis. Lawrence H. Beaudin, Teacher, Menomi- nee, Wis. Amy Benedict, Teacher, Stevens Point Lloyd Herbert Bidwell, Univ. of Wiscon- sin, Madison Selma Elizabeth Bogaczyk, Office Work, Chicago, Ill. Joseph D. Boyer, Chicago Common- wealth Construction Co., Chicago Mary Agnes Boyle, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Henry Raymond Brezinski, Teacher, Dearborn, Wis. Everett J. Bright, Washburn Crosby Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Edna F. Choate, Tele. Co., Stevens Point Hiram G. Cobb, Business College, White- water, Wis. Gordon F. Copps, Northwestern U., Evanston, Ill, Hazel Marie Cram, Teacher, Marinette, Wis. Martha Helen Crueger, Hdw., Stevens Pt. Harry A. Eichman il Donna Marie Embertson, Palace Bakery, Stevens Point Irene Louise Finch, Aberdeen, Wash. Belvina Marie Firkus, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Kenneth John Fishleigh, Notre Dame Univ., South Bend, Ind. Opal Janette Foate, Teacher, Thelts, Wis. Harold G. Fors, Loyola Univ., Stevens Pt. Dorothy J. Frank, Home, Stevens Point X' Deceased 1' Last known occupation and address Gwen Ione Gates, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Dorothy Hazel Glass, Mrs. George But- ler, Jr., Stevens Point Cyrilla M. Glennon, Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Regina B. Glodoski, Married, Milladore, Wis. Ruvina B. Glodoski, Teacher, Milladore, Wis. Ines E. Grover, Home, Junction City, Wis. Earl A. Gyrion, Ford Garage, Stevens Pt. Marvin W. Haertel, Traveling for Laun- dry Co., Chicago Edythe L. Hauden, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Harry H. Helminiak Faith Elaine Herrick, Teacher, Wausau, Wis. Crystal F, Hoelderegger, Teacher, Ban- croft, Wis. Ruth Eleanor Holman, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Raymond A. Hopkins, Farmer, Stevens Point Regina Ida Hoppa, Telephone Co. Ste- vens Point Raymond G. Isherwood, Farmer, R. F. D. Plover, Wis. Sophie G. Jurgella, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Eva G. Kingsland, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Mary Elizabeth Klein, Mrs. Worth, Wash- ington Margaret H. Koehl, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Clifford D. Krake, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Leo J. Kraus, Tree Surgery, Stevens Pt. Alice Louise Kuhl, Mrs. E. Dotter, Madi- son, Wis. Lloyd W. Kussman, Arnott State Bank, Arnott, Wis. Bertram C. La Brot, Hdw., Stevens Pt. Edna L. Langenberg, School, Los Angeles Page 149 Rachel Larson, Governess, Milwaukee Homer G. Liezen, Home, Milladore Carlton Lintner, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Jerome C. Lukasabitz, Custer, Wis, Marie Ruth Mann, Married, Appleton, Wis. Adolph L. Maslowski, U. of Wis. Pharm- acy, Stevens Point Harland K. McCormick, Whiting Paper Mill, Plover, Wis. Forrest McDonald, Teacher, Abbotsford Lorraine M. Meyer, Wesley College, Mad- ison, Wis. John A. Miller, Working, Stevens .Point Marjorie J. Morse, U. of Wis., Madison Edwin C. Morozinski Grace U. Moyer, Mrs. Fred Bablitch, Stevens Point Eleanor F. Mozuch, Lullaby Corp., Ste- vens Point Florence E. Nelson, U. of Wis., Stevens Point Albert Newberger, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Agnes S. Okray, Mrs. C. Finnessy, Ste- vens Point Viva F. Parks, Nurse, Los Angeles, Calif, Eva M. Pierce, Home, Stevens Point Irene M. Powers, Hanna's Store, Stevens Point Mollie E. Price, Tele. Office, Stevens Pt. Margaret M. Reading, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Ben A. Redfield, Post Oiiice, Stevens Pt. Regina V. Rinka, Hdw., Stevens Point Malcolm L. Rosholt, Rosholt, Wis. Vernon L. Rosholt, Rosholt, Wis. Marjorie E. Rowe Margaret A. Ryan Mary M. Sager Vera V. Scheffner, Teacher, Hilbert Wis. Verna A. Sebora, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Hazel M. Sherman, Milwaukee Grace G. Siebert, Hdw., Stevens Point Evelyn J. Smith, Mrs. Elmer Fors, Mani- towoc Edwin Somers Verne Somers, City Water Dept., Ste- vens Point Cornelia E. Sprafka, Chicago Eugene J. Sprafka, Salesman Marshall Fields, Chicago, Ill. , Gorden R. Stein, Orchestra, Stevens Pt. Eleanor A. Stosick Robert T. Treder, Arnott Frank A. Tuszka, Public Garage, Stevens Point Earl L. Upthagraove, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Leander J. Van Hecke, Marquette U., Marquette, Wis. Aurelia J. Van Netta, Married, Milwau- kee, Wis. Edward W. Vetter, Northwestern Univ., Stevens Point Grace E. Virum, Milwaukee, Wis. Helen M. Weber, U. of Wis., Madison Solomon Welantkik, U. of Wis., Madison Hedwig M. Wojtalewicz, Nursing, Ste- vens Point Clara S. Wroblewsiki, Teaching, Meehan Edwin A. Klein, Badger Tire Shop, Ste- vens Point Wm. W. Hopkins, Whiting Plover Mill, Stevens Point Walter Skawronski, Purity Meat Market, Stevens Point Catherine V. Koshollek, Hdw., Stevens Point Doris F. Newby, Married, Plover, Wis. George Haertel, U. of Wis., Madison Eva Plank, Mrs. Del Fulton, Stevens Pt. l A CLASS OF 1927 Frank Adams, Plover Mills, Stevens Pt. Marjorie Altenburg, Tele. Oliice, Ste- vens Point Arnold Anderson, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Joseph Ash, Showcard Painter, Stevens Point Evelyn Barnoski, Hdw., Stevens Point Vernice Behnke, Teaching Benedict Blavat, Worzalla Pub. Co., Stevens Point Jerome Boyer, Marquette, Stevens Point " Deceased 1' Last known occupation and address Page 15D Raymond Boyer, Wilson's Music Co., Ste- vens Point Winifred Boursier, Joerns Bros., Stevens Point Robert Breitenstein Dorothy Bretzke, Office Work Soo De- pot, Stevens Point Donald Brieseldon, Stevens Point Ada Cadman, Home, Stevens Point Genevieve Card, Teaching, Chicago Stephen Casperson, Home, Stevens Point Gertrude Cepress, Meat Market, Wausau Bessie Checolinski, Hdw., Stevens Point Maurice Chesebro Western Electric Co., Stevens Point Helen Cieslewicz, Chi. Daily news, Chi- cago, Ill, Donald Crocker :P Gladys Cutler, Teaching, Wautoma jack Davidson, U. of Minn., Minneapolis Paul Drifka, Home, Stevens Point Lloyd Crosby, Marquette, Stevens Point Roger Durmick, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Stevens Point Christine Falkoski, Kostka Ins., Stevens Point Mildred Foss, Teaching, Hancock, Wis. Mary Gallagher, Hdw., Stevens Point Thelma Gibbs, Woolworth Co., Stevens Point - Celia Goldberg, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Boletta Gullikson, Home, Stevens Point Lorraine Gunderson, Teaching, Algoma Bernard Gussel, Joerns Bros., Stevens Pt. Emily Guth, Mrs. Belford Krause, Rhine- lander, Wis. Fred Hebal, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Mildred Helminiak, Mrs. Joseph Kluck, Stevens Point Allan Hodell, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Nelson Hughes, Univ. of Wash., Seattle, Wash. Henry Isherwood, Worzella Pub. Co., Stevens Point Paul Jacobs, Frosts Fly Factory, Stevens Point Beatrice Janes, Hdw., Stevens Point Dorothy Johnson, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Ruth Johnson, Mrs. Louis Harnig, Ste- vens Point Anna Jurkonis Neal Ketchum, Hetzer's Shop, Stevens Point Grace Kirshling, Teaching, Stockon Ann Kittlesen, Mrs. Worth Altenburg, Stevens Point Helen Koch, First Nat'l Bank, McDill Leona Krembs, Home, Stevens Point Clara Lakicki, Prudential Ins. Co., Ste- vens Point Alfred Kurrasch, Weber Fly Factory, Stevens Point Corine Lang, Hdw. Mut., Stevens Point Douglas Mainland, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Catherine Malick, Mrs. Clarence Jurgens, Stillman, Ill. Robert Mayer, Teaching, Junction City 'X' Deceased T Last known occupation and address Jack Martin, Western Electric Co., Chicago George Maurer, Journal Oiiice, Stevens Point Edward Miller, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Erving Mozuch, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Walter Mozuch, Mozuck Grocery Store, Stevens Point Beverly Newby, Isherwood School, Plover Stanley Niemczyk, Seman Body Co., Mil- waukee, Wis. William Norton, Fox Theatre, Stevens Point Albert Nosaf, Chevrolet Garage, Stevens Point Marybelle O"Brien, Hdw., Stevens Point Evelyn Olson, S. P. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Herman Persike, Ford Garage, Stevens Point Alice Pesike, Stockon Ruth Pierce, U. of Wis., Madison Flora Pike, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Glenn Pike, Lower Paper Mill, Stevens Point Gertrude Poposki, Scott Pansback Co., Chicago Ill. Gertrude Price, Telephone Co., Stevens Point Raymond Prodzinski, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Enoch Murray, Garage, Waupaca, Wis. Alois Razner, Home, Stevens Point Dorothy Rebmann, Aluminum Factory, Two Rivers Clara Resech, Hdw. Mut. Ins. Co., Ste- vens Point Leavitt Robertson, Tele, Co. Stevens Pt. Elizabeth Rogers, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Katie Mae Rupp, Crystal Fuel Co., Waterloo, Iowa Margaret Sawyer, Teaching Elmherst, Ill. Theresa Schultz, Stenographer, Stevens Point Marguerite Schmidt, Principal's Office, S. P. H., Stevens Point Zella Scribner, Teaching Pine School Mae Sell, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Marion Shankes, Mrs. N. F. Justmann, Edgar, Wis. Myron Smith, C. S. T. C., Plover, Wis. Joseph Siebert, Woolworth Co., Chicago Agnes Sparks, Teaching, Hiles Junction, Wis. Robert Spindler, Spindler Radio Sales, Stevens Point Henry Spitza Page 151 Lillian Stankia, Home, Stevens Point Russell Strache, Hdw. Mut. Co., Stevens Point Henry Tardiif, Montgomery Ward Co., Stevens Point Robert Tech, Beier Radio Sales, Plover Josephine Terrill, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Herbert Thompson, Atwell Law Office, Stevens Point Raymond Thompson, Sign Painter, Ste- vens Point Anthony Tokarski Mary Trebatoski, C. Penny Co., Ste- vens Point Catherine Turrish, Teaching, Matton, Wis. Gordon Utes, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Marie Van Able Dorothy Viertel, Teaching, Wautorna, Wis. George Walter, Soo Line, Stevens Point Margaret Weber, Teaching, Green Bay, Wis. Glenn White, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Eleanor Worzella, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Lorna Yokers, Teaching, Buena Vista, Wis. Evelyn Worzella, Home, Stevens Point Etta Yorton, Nurses Training Home, W'auwautosa, Wis. Carl Young John Young Clara Zagebski, Tele. Oilice, Stevens Pt. Susan Zenda, Worzellas Pub. Co., Ste- vens Point Rose Zylka, Hdw. Mut. Co., Stevens Pt. Bradford Willett, Loyola College, Chi- cago, Ill. CLASS OF 1928 Susan Zenda, Worzella Pub. Co., Ste- Evelyn Anderson, Hdw. Stevens Point Gertrude -Bethke, Teaching, Linwood, Wis. Raymond Booth, Hdw. Mut. Co., Stevens Point Genevieve Boyer, Hdw. Mut., Stevens Point Clayton Brock, Lawrence College, Ap- pleton, Wis. Gavin Boyle, Bakery, Junction City, Wis. Kenneth Brock, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. William Budzinowski, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Ruth Burkle, Hdw. Mut., Stevens Point john Burman, U. of Minnesota, St. Paul Margaret Chriske, Copps Whsl. House, Stevens Point Jean Copps, Academy-Rosary College, River Forest, Ill. - Mary Crueger, Nursing-St. Joseph Hos- pital, Marshfield, Wis. Ray Dagneau, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Gordon Daniels, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Anne De Base, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Leslie Derozier, Farm, Arnott, Wis. Catherine Donermeyer, Nurse St. joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, Wis. Lawrence Donermeyer, Railroad, Stevens Point Irene Eagleburger Rose Eichman Kathryn Falkoski, St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, Wis. " Deceased T Last known occupation and address Page 15: Louis Firkus, Electrician, Milwaukee 3- Sarah Fish, Home, Stevens Point Grace Fletcher, Nursing, Green Bay, Wis. Ray Fletcher, Teaching, Buena Vista Paul Fredericks, Bus. College, Stevens Pt. Frances Gallagher, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Chestley Gebhart, Lawrence College, Appleton, Wis. Eva Gower Athol Grant, Hdw. Mut., Stevens Point Henrietta Greveatch, Hardware Mutual, Stevens Point George Gunderson, Hdw. Mut., Stevens Point Edward Henning, Welsby's, Stevens Pt. Norma Hess Evelyn Higgins, Hdw. Mut., Stevens Pt. Edward Hoffman, Hdw. Mut., Stevens Point Ted Holthusen, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Thelma Hurlburt, Hardware Mutual, Stevens Point Stanley Hutter, Hawaii Genevieve Jonas, State Bank, Stevens Pt. Anna Johnson, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Ethel Kinney, Mrs. George Anderson, Stevens Point Henry Klimowicz, Home, Stevens Point Edward Koback, Moll Glennon, Stevens Point Earl Koch, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Edward Koehl, Insurance, Stevens Point Louise Kolinski, Home, Stevens Point Ernest Konopacki 1-'Alex Krembs, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Raymond Kubisiak, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Dorothy Kuhl, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Richard Kulasavage, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Ferne Kussman, Home, Arnott, Wiscon- sin Alfred Larson, C. S. T. C., Lincoln Ave., Stevens Point Martha Lepak, Hardware, Insurance, Stenographer, Stevens Point Crvstal joseph, C. S. T. C. Theresa Lepinski, Teaching, Stevens Point Lyle Lintner, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Norman Lutz, Hardware, Stevens Point Anne Mailer, Lawrence College, Apple- ton, Wis. Paul Mancheske, Home, Stevens Point Waldo Marsh, Home, Stevens Point Edward Mueller, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Eunice Martin, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Edgar Mason, Farmer, Plover, Wis. Carl Mattson, Telephone oliice, Stevens Point Rose Mellor, Hardware, Stevens Point Lorraine Moeschler, Hardware, Stevens Point Saidee Montgomery, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Beatrice Morrissey, Stenographer, Chica- go, Ill. Bernice Morrissey, Stenographer, Chica- go, Ill. Josephine Newberger, Hardware, Stevens Point Elsie Oestrich, Shafton's Wholesale, Ste- vens Point Edward Okray, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Herman Ostrowski, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Leona Ottem, Telephone Company, Ste- vens Point Jean Owen, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Emil Pagel, C. S. ,T. C., Stevens Point Joseph Pagel, Salesman, Stevens Point Ranslear Parks, Packing House, Oak Park, California Archer Peabody, Special Delivery, Ste- vens Point Jack Peickert, University of Arizona, Tuscon, Arizona Lillie Pesik, Nursing, Custer, Wis. CLASS Mae H. Abrahamson, Hardware Mutual Ins. Co., Stevens Point " Deceased T Last known occupation and address Margaret Pekarske, Telephone Office, Junction City, Wis. Lucille Redfield, Hardware Mutual Ins. Co., Stevens Point Bill Reinke, Telephone Company, Stevens Point Margaret Richards, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Helen Roshak, Telephone Company, Stevens Point Alphonse Rozner, Garage, R. F. D. No. 1, Stevens Point Carlton Rustad, McDonald Law, Stevens Point Helen Rupp, Nursing, Codington, Cod- ington, Wis. Clara Sager, Hardware, Stevens Point Marguerite Sanders, Mrs. J. Sanks, Ste- vens Point Marie Sankey, Stenographer, Milwaukee, Wis. John Schmitt, Hotel Whiting, Stevens Point Ottilia Schneck, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Eleanor Schuweiler, Telephone Company, Stevens Point Eli Scribner, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Vivian Seibt, Hardware, Stevens Point Isabel Skinner, Hardware, Stevens Point Charles Smith, Factory, Milwaukee, Wis. Florence Somers, Stenographer, Milwau- kee, Wis. Esther Sorenson, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Mabel Spindler, Mrs. Joe Pagel, Stevens Point Crystal Springer, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Madeline Steinke, Milwaukee, Wis. Marjorie Stroik, Hardware, Stevens Point Lucille Strosin, Mrs. Leo Mancheski, Stevens Point Elizabeth Swan, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Frank Trebatoski, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Marjorie Voyer, Mrs. Gavin Boyle, Junc- tion City, Wis. Walter Wendt, School, Washington, D. C. Forrest Wilkins, A8513 Store, Stevens Pt. Ben Winters, Home, Stevens Point Marie Wysocke, Teacher, Custer, Wis. Ella Yorton, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Otto Zakrewski, Gas house, Stevens Pt. OF 1929 Chester William Adams, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Page 153 Hazen Van Adams, C. S. T. C., Plover, Wis. Lucille Bernice Adams, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Anna Esther Anderson, Telephone Co., Stevens Point Ida Mae Anderson, Journal Office, Ste- vens Point William E. Atwell, C. S. T, C., Stevens Point Marie C. Bablitch, Hardware Ins. Co., Stevens Point Myron F. Bablitch, Business College, Stevens Point Edward David Baker, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point John Sheldon Ball, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Evelyn Benedict, Janesville, Wis. Irene. Jeanette Bennett, Unemployed, Stevens Point Julia Elizabeth Bentzen, Hardware, Ste- vens Point Laurence H. Berdoll, Unemployed, Ste- vens Point Robert B. Berndt, Unemployed, Stevens Point Sam Block, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Harriet J. C. Bombera, Hardware, Ste- vens Point Loretta F. Booth, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point George G. Bonertz, Bartig's Gro. Store, Stevens Point Cicely M. Boyer, Unemployed, Stevens Point Edith M. Boursier, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Joseph H. Brown, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Harley W. Bushnell, Employe of City, Stevens Point Harold R. Chapman, Whiting Plover Paper Mill, Stevens Point Pearl M. Ciecholinski, Hardware, Stevens Point Lucille A. Chown, Telephone Co., Ste- A Vens Point Jessie M. Chesebro, Hardware, Stevens Point Raymond Clausen, Soo Line, Stevens Pt. Rachel G. Crocker, Hardware, Stevens Point Genevieve Dehlinger, Unemployed, Ste- vens Point 4 Deceased T Last known occupation and address Page 154 Laura G. Densch, Hardware, Stevens Point Evelyn C. Disher, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Margaret M. Disher, C. S. T. C., Rosholt Ralph M. Donahue, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Valmer E. Emory, Soo Line, Stevens Pt. John Eckerson, Farmer, Knowlton Wilfred Engebretson, Power House, Stevens Point Esther M. Feltz, Electric Light, Stevens Point Mary J. Frank, Hardware, Stevens Point Leona T. Frasch, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Jack B. Frost, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Myron R. Giese, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Theresa Frasch, Hardware, Stevens Point Leonard A. Glinski, Montgomery Ward, Stevens Point Gertrude G. Golla, Hardware, Stevens Point Erma Gertrude Golla, Hardware, Ste- vens Point Leonard A. Groshek, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Zita M. Gunderson, Hardware, Stevens Point Inez A. Helrninske, Hospital and School, Madison Frank J. Hermes, Unemployed, Stevens Point Tessie I. Hintz, Unemployed, Stevens Pt. Margaret K. Holman, Hardware, Ste- vens Point. Edith L. Hornberg, Hardware, Stevens Point Stewart H. Huber, Aviation School Raymond V. Jacobson, Wis. River Paper Pulp Co., Stevens Point Joseph E. Kabot, Employed, Milwaukee Gladys M. King, Beauty Culture School, Stevens Point Edmund J. Klish, McCulloch's, Stevens Point Robert J. Krembs, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Harriet E. Krembs, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Helen G. Kryger, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Lorraine C. LaBrot, Bakerite Bakery, Stevens Point Roman J. Kubisiak, Soo Line, Stevens Pt. Peter B. Lazarre Employed, Milwaukee Bernard H. Leary, City Fruit, Stevens Point George T. Leary, Telephone Co., Stevens Point Edmund M. Lemancik, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Chester V. Lepak, Unemployed, Custer Bernard J. Levandowski, Lullaby Furni- ture Co., Stevens Point Margaret M. Levi, Hardware, Stevens Point Selma K. Lind, Mrs. August Kostuck, Stevens Point Lorraine M. Lutz, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Henry Macjewski, Bartig's Groc., Ste- vens Point Violet G. Martin, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point John A. Mayer, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Doris Glenda McCormick, Nurse School, Stevens Point Pearl A. Merrill, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Roman Gregory Nichalaki, Hardware, Stevens Point Leona B. Miles, Woolworth Co., Stevens Point Mary M. Moeschler, Wausaw Bus. Inst., Wausaw Clotilda A. Miller, Woolworth Company, Stevens Point Dolores Worth, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Dolores Molski, Woolworth Co., Stevens Point Ben Monastersky, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Robert L. Neale, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Bernice A. Nelson, U. of Wis., Madison Elizabeth Neuberger, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Stanley T. Niespodziana, Journal Office, Stevens Point Walter J. Normington, Wis. U., Stevens Point Alice G. Norton, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Edna I. Norton, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Irene B. O'Brien, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Francis J. O'Brien, Soo Line, Stevens Pt. Walter E. Pagel, Home, Stevens Point Myron M. Paukert, Electric, Superior Victoria R. Pavloski, Michael Reese, Hospital, Chicago Kenneth F. Pearson, Normingtonis Laun- dry, Stevens Point Leonan A. Pehoski, Atwell's Oilice, Ste- vens Point Ramona Derezinski, Nurses School, Mil- waukee H' Deceased 1' Last known occupation and address Irene E. Pekarskey, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Clifford W. Peickert, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Marion G. Phillips, Michael Reese Hos- pital, Chicago Everyn L. Rinka, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Eurrduel D. Robertson, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point R. Marie Rose, Buick Garage, Stevens Point Stanley E. Roshak, SPH, Stevens Point Richard B. Rothman, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Lillian R. Sannes, Commercial School, Milwaukee Gordon H. Schaftner, Schaftner's Shoe Hospital, Stevens Point Margaret H. Schlice, Nurses' School, Oshkosh Kathleen Mavoureen Schulze, Nurses' School, Milwaukee William Mortell Scribner, C. S. T. C. Stevens Point Lester H. Sebora, Wis. U., Madison Thomas G. Smith, C. S. T. C., Stevens Point Catherine P. Sherbert, Hardware, Stevens Point Francis R. Smith, Whiting Plover Paper Mill, Stevens Point Raymond J. Skibba, Stepp and Skibba Electric Shop, Stevens Point Conrad C. Somers, Montgomery Ward, Stevens Point Orva V. Stiller, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Esther D. Somers, Hardware, Stevens Pt. Lillian M. Strupp, Employed, Milwaukee Arline J. Stoffels, Telephone Co., Stevens 3 Point Carolyn L. Swanson, Hardware, Stevens Point Marjorie L. Tardiif, Hardware, Stevens Point Ruth A. Tech, Hardware, Stevens Point Arthur W. Thompson, C. S. T. C., Ste- vens Point Mildred M. Todd, Woolwotth's, Stevens Point Damien Trader, C. S. T. C., Stevens Pt. Alice M. Turrish, Penny's Co., Stevens Point ' Evelyn M. Verrill, Hardware, Stevens Point Raymond V. Vrobel Soo Line, Stevens Point Page 155 HW' lynn V. Whitney, Hardwie, Stevens P ' z JllmomC. Vozniak, Unemployed, Stevens P ' c . Wicdewsbe, Wallace Cams. Co., Stevens Paine ' Phraya E. Vobu-H, ,Sienna mum ga. Wyankiifj sz Fiuhoxq DVYHN Bunn Mkt' Marcyne PQ Vyiockc. Cubin R. Fil' Lawyers, Stevens Point - V Chem: E. Yank, Driving 'Gunnery Truck, Stevexis,Point ' vq,0klr.'Yis.' . hgimmglrdhs C. sur. ' . N I-,i " , 4 'Deceased A ',, I flurknowrn oocupitinh-ml lllihh 3 has I -'A' ' , V 1. f .",4 , ' . :-"- R' ADVERTISEME - gffiffpt- - fi .ga - - - , t 'm - , L zlgnv 35 fs'gC'iIx-.Lg - 'L. 1 ..12,:'f'S'-'-"" ' ww 1. ..,' 15 X. HJ . -"lynx ", 1' - Nt, g,5ff-pac. .1-1 I . JS: - .4 . w nt r 'I Page 157 -l-he 1930 -l-attler Sponsors Not only the students and alumnae ol Emerson l-ligh School, but also the business and professional men of Stevens point are loyal and show an interest in its welfare. Many ol the following sponsors and advertisers have appeared in the Tattler through the years, others are new. Because ol their support this Tattler has been made possible. l.et us show our appreciation by giving them a liberal patronage. Attorney George B. Nelson Attorneys Fisher, Cashin and Reinholdt Attorney W. E. Atwell Attorney J. R. Plitlner Dr. W. F. Cowan Dr. Fred A. lvlarrs Dr. Weller Dr. Nlortz Krembs Dr. Benn Dr. Lange Dr. D. S. Rice Dr. Erich Wisiol Dr. Sinailco Dr. F. R. Krembs Dr. E. P. Crosby Dr. Carl von Newport 1 58 H. D. McCulloch Co Drugs, Books, Stationery Kodak: and Photo Supplies CENTRAL STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE STEVENS POINT, VVIS. Member American Association of Teachers Colleges - Class A Rating Degrees in all Fields of Public School Service Also three- and two-year courses in elementary and junior high school fields One-year rural teachers courses SPECIAL ATTENTION TO RURAL EDUCATION AND HOME ECONOMICS Splendid Summer Sessions I 'cLet uf turn again, and fondly, To Ihy but traditiom true CentralAQueen of all Wifcomin, Alma Mater-hzrf': to youv E HARDWARE MUTUAL CASUALTY COMPANY HARDWARE DEALERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Automobile-Fire Personal Accident General Liability ATLANTA, GEORGIA 129 Peachtree Street BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 31 St. James Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. 175 West Jackson Blvd. DALLAS, TEXAS 1509 Blain Street FOND DU LAC, WIS. 104 South Alain Street INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 128 East Washington Street LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 541 South Spring Street Plforkinenk Compensation Burglary Insurance- BRANCH OFFICES - IXIILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 425 East Water Street MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA Nicollet Ave. at 24th Street NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 20 Washington Place PORTLAND, OREGON 95 Fifth Street ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA 337 Robert Street SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 433 California Street WINNIPEG, CANADA 457 Main Street Page 160 Say it with Flowers Any social alfair would not be complete Without jqowers Wilson Floral Co. VVe are equipped to give you complete service for any social function. VVe rent vases, baskets of all kinds and carry a complete line of tallies, place cards and nut cups. PHONE 235 Majestic Theatre Block "The Pal" BARROWS and MURRISH, Proprietors ,l..i.- "-fust ez little bit better than you C ez n g et e I 5 e- wheren - - 1.1.1.- Baebenroth's Drug Store X Hotel Whiting Corner STEVENS POINT, WISCONSIN Pg, 6 The COOK STUDIO courteous treatment moderate prices and good photographs made by The Cook Studio Sfc'f'I'7Z.V 1j0l'7If,,Y 1,z'ad1'1zg Pfzofograjvllfrf Photography is an ART: Possessing Photographic equipment does not make "A Photographer " A Good Appearance Helps Win Success THE young man who dresses in good taste has an advantage over the fellow who doesn't. Thus it is to be expected that young men students at the high school of Stevens Point take pride in their appearance. With the education the school gives them, they are all prepared to take up the battle of life. :: :: : We appreciufe the business of our high .school friends and lry al all times lo rcciprocaie by boosling the inslitulion and its various acliuilies THE CONTINENTAL The Men's Sfore Your Taxi . SHOE SHOP L 1 n e 5 I 9 STRONGS AVE Where Shoes are OO Repaizred Finer and Better We call for and deliver. Calls in b fore nine o'clock will be Phone 65 returned the same day PHONE I 96W SCI-IAF TN ER'S E I Compliments of The Citizens N6lfZ'07Z6l! Bank THE BANK THAT SERVICE BUILT HEADQUARTERS FOR SAVINGS 4 LUMBER SASH - DGORS - MOULDINGS ROGFINGS and SHINGLES Hardwood Flooring Vetter Manufacturing Co PHONE 88 T H E P A L A C E Bz'lIz'zzrd Ha!! Baseball - Football - Basketball Latest Scores 106 STRONGS AVENL L BOSTUAVS FURNITURE AND FLOOR COVERINGS Largest Stock in Portage County 4 ESTABLISHED 1888 a Free Dehvery 111 a Radius of 100 Nliles Convenient Credit Terms MOLL-GLENNON COMPANY Dry Goods and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear THE LARGEST AND MOST EXCLUSIVE LINE IN THE CITY Page 166 G as and Electric Service Genuine Gas Coke for House Heating Wisconsin Valley Electric Company J oerns Bros. ne N Furmtu re Co. 1-A-ef ,v I f ,Riff 'I I W' I v I I a sm F I F3 fmt the bex! STI VI NS POIN1 IXISCONSIIX STICYICNS POINT, WIS. FERDINAND HIRZY, JR --1 4. OFFICIAL Jeweler OF THE CLASS OF 1930 ....... 418 MAIN STRFFT COMPLIMENTS Of NORMINGTON'S Laundry and Dry Cleaning "Send it to the Laundry" ?'mm'm""'m'xx::3mm:'m"x'w'mmm' T T 1: COLLEGE STYLES zz 5 1i35?3953 33 33333 3333 3333 39331 33333333 1: 3353 :I 5335 I: 33i3 I: ji Hot X 2 Dress Z X 7 ' ' Q .NX ' X and Q KZ Well HOW and ,,,, U Sure! Succeed , Shoes for Men and Women Qfw-M-0--M ----- Th e ------M----Q-wg 2 U N 1 T Y S T O R E v 1 6 in I I 'f I' fl 2 Page Ama CURRIER MOTOR COMPANY INCORPORATED DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR VEHICLES IL 1853 1 p 191 For Quality Hardware Go to the Keen Kutter GRAHAM BROTHERS Stofg 5 .- TRUCKS .l.i b ' H 1 C Phone S6 114 Union Street S 0' StCV6I1S POiIlt, VViSCOnSiI1 THE PIONEER HARDWARE IXTERCHANTS S1-IAFTONS Clothing Furnishings Hats Shoes "The Store That Satisjiesv 409-411 1V1ain Street New Shoes for Old Our Sole Cementin g Process Takes the Old Look Off of a Shoe and Leaves the Old Comfort in. WE SHOES Wis Shoe Shop Phone 116 121 STRONGS AVE. I Whiting Plover Paper Company Stevens Point, Wvisconsin Qu Q Papers Artesian Bond Cvmplimenfs Of DELZELL OIL CO Energee and Airliglzt G. W. Frost 81 Gafofmf Sons Just the Best Serzvife Stat1'o1'zf East Blain St. South Division Str. Fish Fight For Frost Fiiesn Office, 413 liadison St. HOTEL HITING Szfewens Point, Wi.vc0nsin HOTEL ONEIDA-Rhinelandfr, Wiy. HOTEL LINCOLN-Duluth, Minvz. HOTEL NTILLER-Milwaukfe Ladies' parties, banquets, and private dinner parties given special attention A. C. Kingston, Prefideni J. N. Peickert NI. Pfiffner Vim-Presidfnt Secretary amz' Treasurer 1 ge 172 Stevens Point Motor Co. Q--O----Autf1orized"-""'-5:2 F 0 R D D E A L E R Qi:::::::::-::::::::::::::::::::, CE PHONE 82 309 STRONGS AVENUE A NATION-WIDE INSTITUTION JQC. PENNEY Co. "WHERE SAVINGS ARE GREATEST" 31 I-3l3 Main Street Q""for """"""""Qf Ready-to-Wear, Dress Ac- cessories, Corsets, Dry Goods, Notions, Men's Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes. :: :: III U LII "Where Savings are Greaiesiu EVERY GRADUATE H AS A F U TU RE We Have the Present TAYL O R'S DRUG sToRE OO 109-III STRONGS AVE. 952 CHURCH ST. 1 Seloool Never Closes for the Plumber of Toelezy IN the study of household sanitation there is never a vacation. Your plumber must be constantly studying, constantly experimenting and constantly engaged in re- search work to make our homes and our cities in which to live. To stop for a single year would be to fall far behind his fellow tradesmen. It is this constant search for better methods, better materials and better understanding of his craft that makes the plumber's service one of the most im- portant and valuable at your command. 'iii J. B. SULLIVAN COMPANY Plumbing - Heativzg 431 Clark St. Tel. 297 The Complete Store for Women The style center of the city: Our acceptance of that high position has led to the establishing of the most complete store for women. VVhatever is new and fashionable, you will find here at conservative prices. Wvhatever is worthy of your patronage may be purchased here with full knowledge that our service extends beyond the mere making of the sale. Confi- dence in this complete store for Women is shown bythe steadily increasing number of our patrons. so HANNA'S ee Page 174 Compliments of The Stehens 1Bnint ilnurnal V53 I PRINTERS PUBLISHERS llltgv flttenel the- Stevens Point Business College Summer Seltool, june 16, 1930 Fall Term, Tues., Sept. 2, 1930 1 1 Our employment department helps STEVENS POINT SHINE PARLOR Hats Cleaned and Blocleerl Ladies and Gentlemen lVe Dye Shoes D9 0 D s Q . . . . x graduates in securing positions in 2 ACCOUNTING C3 - BANKING SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING PENMANSHIP Tel' 2955 Try Our VVork and Notice the Get Our Prieef Sendfor Catalogue Difference Whiting Men's Shop Otto Von Neupert Co., Inc. Haberdashery - Athletic Goods Lullabye Furniture Corporation STEVENS POINT, WIS. Our 30111 Year M The Famous "Lullabye" Line of Self Swinging Cradles, Dropside Cribs and Bassinets 22 :: :: :t I' 6 ANN N-BACH Plmrmzwy PRESCRIPTIONS KODAKS-DRUGS 4 4 SODAS 4 4 Service amz' Qzzality Stevens Point Wisconsin hy of ow. QAN HONESTLY acquired bank account is wcrlh mere than its real money value. It gives the owner stability, confidence, self-respect and credit. These surely lead on to influence and financial success. The hardest time in saving is AT THE START, but it is worth all the effort, at the FINISH. All must learn to save, who would prosper. The earlier the start, the surcr the success. Why not open an account with us, not next week or next yeargbut NOVV. 325 on Savings. FIRST NATIUNAL BANK STEVENS Po1NT, Wis. Capilal and Surplus 5250000.00 Largcsl in Poriage County I NIGBOR FUR COAT C 0 M P A N Y Wz'Jeonsz'n 'J Complete Fur House 'Y 44? QQQQJ e ff- 416 C59 Qs 4490 09 0 4 '90 25 Q9 0 la 0900 P6 '- V - .ri 1 O " A 0 I K ff . ' - fr 'I -. ' ' f' ai ' ..-.. , ' 0 A TRADE'MARK E For pain of nciirulgic cliz11'actei', lieudziclic. tootliaclic, rlicunmtism. colds. grippc, in- fluenza,neuri1is, sciutica. and similar pains will be quietcd Ivy Camfo-I'inc Vain Tablets. They act directly and sootliiugly ou the nerves affected. Meyer Drug Company Two StorcQ Stevens Point and Rosholt W E I. L E R HARDWARE Co. Paints, Oils, Glass, Radiators and Sheet Metallffork STEVENS POINT, WISCONSIN Phone 262W IOO4 Division Street JERRoLo'5 goo IVIAIN ST. "The Store That Sanur You .Moneyn WE GIVE SPECIAI. ATTENTION TO THE GRADUATE Come in and let LIS help you select your Gross 82 Jacobs Co. Gulbramen Radio Aller Parlor outtit for graduzition. WR: carry ' wlbr l' ' ol' f 'sh' gs d Cciillilqg ihicgu Szxtisiigsioiln f1LI1ll'1lI"ll'CCC.l. A woNDERFUL siiuiciiow QF J. M MARSHALL, Mgr. SUITS -PRICED A ln 3517.50 and 5522.50 QUALITY SERVICE Page 170 Okray BURLEY'S Produce Students' Company Headquarters The most complete line of high grade tobaccos, pipes and smokers supplies. Potatoes W I'he lafefz' 'l'11f07'77Zdll07l on all athletic evenly. I lznne 233' 103 PUBLIC SQUARE Phone 137-VV A PALACE BAKERY Bread, 'Rolls and Cake Phone l65W Stevens Point, Wisconsin 115 Sfrongf Avenue 1 5, S E-verythbzg in Sporting Goods ,lantzen Bathing Suits Tackle, Guns and Athletic Goods Your Sporting Goods Store The Sport Shop CP01'1zt Sp01'Zz'1zg Goods C01 Wlholesale and Retail A. Swenson Course in Salesmanship For Economical Transportation An Automobile for Everyone Brake Service -:- Tire Service We Appreciate your Paironage Teaches You How to Sell Anything Under the Sun. And How to Do Nlany Things Under the Moon. Wallace B. McNutt P 8 REGIEIJS GIRLS SCHOOL Co-educational XVhat could be better than to be finished at my schoolg and how you will be finished. My students are never out of date or out of dates. If you don't care to go to class- don't go. If you do. then see a doctor, there must be something wrong. I place all my graduates. I place them safely on the train, homeward bound. WY Crosby, Pres. Commercial Barzleifzg The individual Business for man is not the only one to profit from compe- tent and helpful banking. The whole community prohts. In this institution we End real pleasure in dealing with Business Men to their profit and satisfaction-for we help contribute to prosperity of all. l T wslisrnnsin State Bank ADVERTISERS' INDEX llaebenrotlfs Drug Store ....... 161 Meyer Drug Company .... , . . 179 liall Taxi Line 65 ....... . . . 163 Nigbor Fur CQ, ,,,,,,,, , , , 178 lloston Furniture ............. 166 Ngrmington Laundry , , , . . , 169 l1urley's ..................... 180 Okray Produce Co. . . . . . . 180 Central State Teachers' College . 159 Palace Billiard ,,.,.. . .. 165 Continental .................. 163 The Pal ......... .. . 161 Cook Studio ....... ........ 1 62 Palace llakery ..... 180 Copps Company . . . 168 I. C. Penny Co. ....... . . . 173 Citizens Bank ...... 164 Shafton's fClothingj ..... 170 Currier Motor Co. ...... 170 Sehaftner's Shoe Hospital ...... 163 Delzell Oil Company .... 172 Sport Shop .................. 181 First National llank .... .. . 177 Stevens Point Shine Parlor ..... 176 Frost Flies ........... 172 Stevens l'oint Business Colleg 176 Gross X Jacobs ..... 179 Stevens Point Daily Journal 175 llannou-llach ................ 177 Stevens Point Motor Co. .... 173 11211111355 ..................... 174 J. ll. Sullivan .......... 174 llardware Mutual Casualty Co.. . 160 A. Swenson ......... 181 llirzy, Ferdinand, jr. ......... 168 Taylors Drug Store 173 llotel Whitilig ............... 172 Unity Store ......... 169 .lahn and Ollier ........ 183 Vetter Mfg. Co. ..... 165 Jerrold Company ......... 179 Weller llardware Co. .. 179 .Ioerns llros. 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