Fond Du Lac High School - Life Yearbook (Fond Du Lac, WI)

 - Class of 1924

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" u "Mn-f-'..'X-'-'Hz-w--.1fI,-'bug-f.:-H1'-wzfrwrr''w..:'2f':H:'- - Q "- 1' . ,QXQkg....- .5 .X-1. XX.,-em , ffffyiai XMAXZ RFJYII- +?T4N'fr'. f'1f'L-"F, ,X . '-Q44 SY' wg at -W 'f W "W E-ill' :5 'fem' A "w,?"iiFM'ff.. ' A,-f .y,X..f, ,, .NJA ..,55'..w.. ,Ag.g?5. ,N 'wkCe.,.g?:5 A , , fuxk ,fmpf y Agri V 9 1. X,-X .W f ,f N ,',',XX1 1. X1 -.2 Xzyg --51.15. ' ' X -M--.4'..', , ' ,QW 5: 3 vfwv.. 1,3- x , Q '. " , '. fl - Q X - 1-:f1'a':YP' .-1' 1 52 -.Jw-'Q -?e"1'S?g -R 1 was - Assemiaiegl and Puibiisimed fBy SENIOR CLASS of 1924 Of the Fond flu Lac High School Fond du Lac, WiSC0l1Si11 VOLUME. XVI -1- ----- - S ----------- - 4- ES 4' 1- Our School Placid it stands and massive, Containing dreams and ambitionsg All-knowing, in dignity impressive! Much could it tell of joys, of contritions Of air-castles, flights in fancy so high Of vain hopes born in triumph hut to die. Yet knows it of honor and of glory Won thru strife-the forerunner of victlry. Secure rests it on its foundations Of love and loyalty--our adoration! Oh grant that Foncly's prestige may live on Through the succeeding generations And may its flame like a beacon shine To guide us always, neler to decline. Oh our school, incarnation of youth and joy ls there nothing in parting Are there regrets which annoy? Oh the comfort of memories for each girl and boy Of school days so happy but so fast departing. So Hail to you, our high school and farewell, tool May God give us strength and courage To he a credit to you. LORRAINE Nfxss, 72 6 .fn 4 .t-- -- ,-....t ,.1-- ., I LIFE F. H. S. 724 fo F F NF Table of Contents Administration Classes Athletics Organizations Humor . JJ I J Page Four IIFE F. H. S. '24 6.1K- FOREWORD Another r:luss4your class of l92f'Lg another Life, your Life of 19211-. A hook of reminiscences, beautiful, humorous, friendlyg a hook of illus- trations, serious and amusingg 21 hook of your attziinments, your victories, and your contrilrutions to the history of Fond du Luc High School-that is what we would give you, our elzissrnzites, in this, your unnuail. Wie, meinlaers of the Life Staff, who have aiclecl in the production of this volume, have aimed to give you a treas- ure of memories which will carry you buck, when i924 has become part of the past, to four of the happiest, most invaluahle yours in your lives. Have we sucrfeecled in attaining our goal? You are the judge. L Jj ... ... .... ...,....-m.1u,.1,,,,1nu- Page Five 7 T LIFE F. II. S. '24 ' -h f NF iledicaiion 1k As we would express some degree ot our appreciation for the devoted and unselfish service and patient guidance ot one who has done so much to further our best interests, we gratefullg dedicate LIFE to our principal, Mr. Euian QL i U l'11g:f' S LIFE F. H. S. 724 Principal E. R. Ellian 1 1 1 1 1 1 1uu.-nu-.uu...nu.1n- Page Seven LIFE F. H. S. '24 -un1tm.1m..1 1 -- 1 1 1... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 14,,,..,,,,.1,,.,.....,.,,1....... Superintendent L. P. Goodrich Life! High School Lifel What is it? lt is not getting ready to liveg it is real living. lt is not a period of waiting for future opportunitiesg it is a challenge to do something worth while now. The secret of success lies in doing the work of the class room or taking a part in school activities a little better than is expected of us. We grow by doing our best and then directing our efforts toward making that best better. Life in Fond du Lac High School is a wonderful opportunity for living prosperously and happily. You can find the best in Life! Page Eight LIFE F. H. S. ,24 Assistant Principal E. A. Waters ln June 1860, three young women and one young man graduated from the Fond du Lac High School. Since that day 2,151 have been granted diplomas. ln June 192111 nearly 190 more will join these alumni. Only a small per cent of the citizens of our country ever complete a high school education. Appreciate the privilege and remember your obligations! You will always have fine memories of the school. For some of you the lmest will he of your club work-of your activities-debating, athletics, and the like. For some the best memories will be of the class room-the knowledge gained from books. Perhaps some will agree with Zona Gale who wrote in the 1923 University Badger: ulf l were to try to define that for which l am specifically most grateful to the University, it would be those rare days on which the teacher turned from everything in hand and gave to the class an hour of talk compact of the richness of experience and con- clusions which were hisf' he Page Nine LIFE F. H. S. 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We who were led and inspired hy his teaching appreciate the qual- ities that have made him so dearly loved. He was, in every sense of the word, a man. He lived a man, and met his death with the same calm courage and manly fortitude that he showed in his life. Vlfe all have heen influenced hy his idealsg we all have felt his deep sympathy and understanding. Those of us who knew him will always retain the memory of him and of his example. He has left us an inheritance that is "incorruptihle, undefiled, and that fudeth not away." RICHARD PETTINCILI. '2-L Pane 1' lt'L7EIl LIFE F.HS 24 Page Twelve Ocle to a Library Slip Library slip, elusive mortal, Azure-hued, a thing divine, Every morning at the portal Of the library, there stand I Furiously hunting through the pages Of my books for thy sweet presence, Hopelessly l search for ages, Till 'tis horn upon my senses Thou art gone! Gone thou art, and left me stricken All alone-l how my head, Enter 230, there to sickeng Naught of my sorrow can be said. My thoughts are gloomy, far from cheery, Ah, for those moments happy sped, In the library, never was l weary Ay,-but now my spirit's dead! Thou art gone! V. lWATTHEWS 524 There are big fish who live in the sea The little fish call them the Faeultee. LIFE F. H. S. 524 ,xl misfit Q3 -1. Four yearsl Perhaps they have seeined long in reality, but in retrospective they look relatively short. Four years it has been our privilege to study within the portals of Fond du Lac High School under the excellent tutelage of our able faculty. That we may profit they have been ever patient with ll1e assurance ol' no other reward than of work well done. ll is with pleasure that we look back to the happy times had in our brief sojourn at high school. It is with some misgiving that we look forward to a world beset and fraught with care not experienced in our happy school days. With the increasing years that ordinarily bring with them forgetfulness and oblivion of earlier years, we can never forget our high school faculty. Goinncm Dinan-31: '21 Page Thirteen LIFE F. H. S. 4 .l1,m...m,.-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.nn1 11,111.11 1 1 1 1 Faculty 1 1 1 -,m...,,,,1,,,,...nu1 Teresa V. 0'Brien Head of English Department University of Wisconsin Lilian H. Carmichael English University of Chicago Jean Scott Roberts English University of Wisconsin 1 age Fourteen Louise Beaucage English University of Wisconsin Katherine 0'Brien English St. Clara College University of Wisconsin Verena Baker English University of Wisconsin Elsa Breitenbach Special Oshkosh Normal Evelyn Osborn Librarian University of Wisconsin fLibraI'y Schooli Edna Gapen Art University of Wisconsin LIFE 3-nu1nn1nn1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F. H. S. ,24- Faculty Helen Wade Commercial Whitewater Normal Blanche 0,Brien Commercial Whitewater Normal Virginia Dodge Commercial Whitewater Normal Gordon F. O,Connor C. W. Younger Head of Science Department Biology Ripon College Lawrence College C. H. Tinkham E. F. Baker Chemistry Physics Ripon College University of Dubuque Thomas E. Royal James Jones Agriculture Biology University of Illinois Ripon College University of Michigan Page Fifteen LIFE F. H 9 -nn-nn...nn1 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 ...mi1nu1un1mi1 1 Faculty 1 1 -nu1nn-.un- Annu C. Ryder Sarah E. Devker B. T. Cochran l-lead of Latin rlepzrrtment Head of Mathematic department Mathematics Dc Pauw University Alberta Titus Latin University of Wisctwli lll Ernline Elms Spanish University of Michigan Page Sixteen University of Wisconsin Ellen Hulnhartl French and English Carleton College Dora Fox German University of Wisconsin Wabasli College Ellen O'Neil Mathematics Ripon College E. D. Fruth Mathematics Ripon College LIFE W F. H. S. '24 -,m1my1m.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,.,1m.1,m1,...1.,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -,,,,1,,,,1nvu11vnuv1nvn1 Faculty L. F. Newell lleafl of Commercial department Oshkosh Normal and University of Wisconsin Valeria Cain Commercial YVhitewater Normal Gladys Bahr Commercial Whitewater Normal Reuben S. Brown llcarl of History Department University of Wisconsin W. J. Sizer History Ripon College Earl D. Brown Economics University of Wisconsin C. H. Merriman Economics Carroll College Lorraine Brenner History University of Wisconsin Ripon College Mary Lawless History Page Seventeen LIFE F. H, S. '24 1.,.,1m..1,m... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 ... 1,,,,1,..,..un.1,,,,1m,- Page Eighteen LIFE If' ll S '24 1w.1mv . ... 1 1 1 1 1 .-. 1 1,1 11.1 1.1111-V1 1 1 1 1.11 - 1 1 .-ym1un1uu- Page Nineteen 1uu1uu-.I 1 LIFE i' l l l 1 l I l 5 1 L l 'I' Page Twenty H. S. '24 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1....1un.1.,.,1,,,,1.,,.- ,,1.m11111111111..-.1111111,.,,1,. ' ermalauxeerie Processional Orchestra Onward Christian Soldiers ....... .... S ullivan Audience fStanrlin,gl Invocation Narcissus -- -- ---E. Nevin The Year's at the Spring ..... - ...... H. Floyd High Selzoal Girls, Glee Club Violin Obligalo Thelma Vandervort Aceompanist Dorothy Christians Baccalaureate Address Eternal Spring -............ H ,....... Engclman Violin Duet Florence Roberts and Harriet Carpenter Aeeompanist Roberta Dille Benedietion ,1.,..1.....1111111111...1..1111....1 F. H. S. '24 L l l E l l l l I l LIFE , .g....- ..,. .. -...-.. ........... .. 1 l 3 Qli111II1II21IIf21IIBIIf l l l Overture i High School 0rf'ln'stra i Class 'Presidenfs Address A Page Johnson If MV Son? Had Airv Pinions ,- ..... Hahn l . 1- . 1 Barcarolle .................. .....H O jfenbach High, School Girls' Cleef Club .4f'r'onzpanisl Dorothy Christians 1 i Coxniiwlwolnelit Address i l'rojcsxor Kiekhofer, U11z'm'rsily of Wisconsin Valse Erica -- .............. .-- ---Widoejf L Saxophone Solo I George Roschlre I Acoompanisl--Inez Kussozv l Presentation of Senior Class for Diplomas E Principal Elliun l Granting of Diplomas l Supe1'ir1te11rlur1l Cooflrifrh l I Class Song ss. ..., Words by Marjorie Winters '24 I fSeni0rsi l . i Alneriva 4 5 lhlirsl 111111 fax! strnzznsl l Allllff'lIl'l' ,-------us--------Sn11tli-Carey .4-l.-.,,,.. ....., ... - ........ .. .- 1 I l I l T .N-..+ Page Twenty-om: LIFE ft Senior Honor Roll Diener, Katherine Warns, Helen Smithers, Ethel Miesen, Irma Beck, Helen Menzel, Willlelliiilie Nielsen, Paul McCullough, Helen Lenz, Arno Pettingill, Ric-liarcl Johnston, Vivian Matthews, Violeite Kramer, Grizelda Funk, Ruth Cahill, Kate Close, Edna Hahn, Gertrude Simon, Erwin Coulahan, Ellen Halfman, Lola Huebner, Victor G JJ l L.. F J Page Tzcerlty-tivo LIFE F.HS 24 Page .lohnson ccjohnnyav General Course Class President 3, -1, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Class Play, French Club 2, 3, -l, Classical Club 2, 3, -L, Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, Football 3, -L, Basket- ball 3, 4, Guard on All-State Team -1. "Strong, sturdy, and tall, Proficient in the art of football, In basketball too, he excels In fact, he rloes everything wellf, Ruth Gruenheck General Course French Club 2, Ji, Dramatic Club 3, 4 Spanish Club -l, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, -1, Life Staff 3, 4, Class Vice president. "That which is popular deserves atlentionf' Gordon Derber Louise Thomsen Carl H. Wagnel' Jr. "LongfellowU General Course Entered 'as sophomore from Oshkosh High School. Class Secretary 41, Athletic Association 2, 3, -1, Football 4, "F" lnterclass Debates 3, Interscholastic Debates 4, HFV, Editor Peptimist 4, Life Staff FL4, Dramatic Club 3, -1, Radio Club 3, -1, Vice-Presi- dent -1, Inner Circle 2, 3, -L, Hi-Y 4, Boys Glee Club -L "The best success that we can wish him is that his future may be as brilliant as his past." ffscie' General Course lthletic Association 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, Mortar Board 3, 4, Vice-President -1, Art Club 3, -Dramatic Club 3, -L, Vice-President -1, Property manager of Class Play, Classi- cal Club 2, 3, -1, Peptimist Staff -L, Life Stall -1, Treas- urer of Senior Class. '6lVisrlom, wit, and grace But better than these is pepf, "Rollins" General Course Inner Circle 1, 2, Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Football "F" 3. 4, Captain -1, Base- ball i'F" -1, Basketball 3, -L, Chorus 1, Social Secretary Class 4, Track 2, 3, Life -L, Assistant stage manager of Class Play. 'Our Captain! His strength is as the strength of ten, Un the held he's feared by the opposing men? i i Page Twenty-three LIFE F. H. S. '24 .1,..,1uu-H.. .. ... - 1 .1 1. ... .- 1 ,HI.lm...m.....,.-.u.....m,- Elmer Peary Adams CCMUZJ9 General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Radio Club 3, 45 President -lg lnner Circle 1, 25 Basketball 3, -lg Forward on All-State Second Team. "True to his word, his work, and his friendsf, Florence Pearl Allen NFZ055 General Course Girls' Glee Club 3, -lg Dra- matic Club 3, -I. "A companion who is mirthful is a joy imleerlf, Evelyn Mary Adams ..EUe,, General Course Classical Club 3, 4. Marie Adams CSMUY95 General Course Chorus 1, Clee Club 3, Mor. tar Board 'S' Athletic Associa- "Nature, capable and sweet . ., f ' Just to know her is a treat." non 1' " 3' 'Elna Anderson 'Tair manners are more ex- pressive than wordsf' Vida Atkins c:Alu cc X -as General Course Classical Club 1, ZZ. 33 Athletic Association 1, 2, Jig Dramatic Club 3, :lg Radio Club -lg Pep- timiszg Humor and Society Edi- tor 3, -lg Mortar Board 4, Class Play. 5'Her enthusiasm has no bozindsf, 1 i l Comn1ercial Course Mortar Board -lg Commercial Club -lg Dramatic Club -lg French Club E-1, -1. "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance? Page Twenty-four 9 LIFE F. H. S. 24 Elsie L. Bast "Billiev Commercial Course rc - A pleasing countenance ts Il silent commendationf' Helen Beck uBeckyss General Course Honor Roll Studentg Classical Club 2, 3, -lg Dramatic Club 3. 4g Athletic Association 2, 3g Peptimist 3g Assistant Edi- tor 4g Mortar Board -lg Life Staff -lg Litterati -l. "Genuine work alone that is eternal? Frances Rose Bastian ajackv Commercial Course French Club 2g Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3g Commercial Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 3, 4. "A quiet conscience makes one serene." Raymond R. Bertram HRW., Commercial Course Operetta -lg Dramatic Club 3, -lg Glee Club 43 Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. "All that you do, zlo with your mightg Things rlone by halves are never zlone rightf, Elmer W. Bebow General Course "Un their own merits, modest men are silentf' Bernard A. Bierhals General Course Radio Club 4. "Slow but thoughtful are his actions." i Page Twenty-five l 9 LIFE F. H. S. 24 -uu1nn1.uu1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1,,,.1.,,,1..,.1,..,1lm- Martha M. Birschbach "Martyn Commercial Course Commercial Club 3, 43 Life-4. "Modest and simple and sweet, The very type of Priscillaf, Doris H. Breccher fipeggyfi Commercial Course Commercial Club 3, 49 More tar Board 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Dra- matic Club 3, 4. "Her graceful ease and sweet- ness void of pride, Illight hide her faults if she had faults to hillef' Marie Theresa Blitzke Gipeggyii General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Radio Club 4. Hlmpulsive, earnest, prompt to UCD, And make her generous thought a jactf' Dorothy M. Brehmer ..D0l,, General Course French Club 3, 4g Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. 'iShe,s pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleas- ant lo think on, toof, Kenneth F. Bollinger CCKen79 General Course Classical Club 3, 4g Inner Circle 43 Peptimist 4. :'His deeds must win the prize." Alice Nl. Breitenbach c:Ala: Commercial Course Mortar Board 3, 4g Classical Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Girls, Athletic Association 2. 3, 4g Peptimist Staff 43 Cos- tume Manager for Class Play. "She has at charm, by sages often told, Converting all it touches into gold." Page Twenty-six LIFE F. H. S. '24 ... .. 1 .1 1 1..,,1,,.,-,.,,..uii...lm1. Ruth M. Breitengross "Breite" General Course Entered as senior from Long Beach, Polytechnic High, Cal- ifornia. "She is a flower of meekness growing on a stern of gracef' Mabel Louise Burkart liPeg95 General Course Entered as a senior from Gal- ahad, Alberta, Canada, Mor. tar Board -1. 'iQuick and unassuming but always on the job." Raymond G. Buettner t.Ray,, General Course Athletic Association 2, 3, Classical Club 3, -L. Agnes Mary Burkart 5iAggie35 General Course Entered as a senior from Gala- had, Alberta, Canada. "The milflesl manners, and the "She,ll succeed in whatever gentlest hearlf' Catherine C. Cahill C6Kate7! General Course Honor Roll Studentg Spanish Club -lg Mortar Board 3, -lg Girls Athletic Association 3g Dramatic Club 3, lg Property manager of Class Playg Pepti- misl, Literary and Faculty Editor 4. "Would that there were more like herf, she zmrlerml-ce.sf' Joseph H. Caillouette csKellysa Commercial Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Commercial Club 3, -l. "He smiles and smiles And will not sighfi Page Twenlyaseven i l i LIFE F. H. S. '24 -,,.,1..,.1.,,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 John E. Callahan "Kelly" General Course Inner Circle 1, 2, 3g Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. "Laugh and be merry, the world holds sorrow for only him who seeks it." Margaret Connell iiMaI-5755 General Course Classical Club 2, 3, -lg Mor- tar Board 4g Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3g French Club 3, -lg Art Club 43 Life Staff 3g S0- ciety and Humor editor of Peptimist 4, Litterati -1. "Happy am Ig from care l'm freeg Why aren't they all contented like me Pv Edna Nettie Close c4Edas General Course John William Collins "Johnnie" General Course Mortar Board 4g Classical Classical Club 2, 3, lg Dra- Club 43 Dramatic Club -lg Sen- matic Club 3, 45 Athletic As- ior Class Play. sociation 1, 2, 3. "As pure as a pearl and as perfect, A noble and innocent girl? Ellen M. Coulah an IFE!!! General Course "He comes up smilingf' .leannette A. Crippen .SC-rips Commercial Course Honor Roll Student, Classical Athletic Association 1, 2, Com- Club 3, -lg Mortar Board 3, -lg mercial Club 3. -lg Dramatic Spanish Club -lg Chorus 1, 29 Club 3, 4. Athletic Association 2, 3. "When rlid morning ever break Aml hurl such beaming eyes awake?v "She is as virtuous as she is fair." Page Twenty-eight LIFE F. H. S. '24 ..nn1lm1nn1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 .-.m1nn1nn1nn1rn...u Marian Frances Curtis Lcnore Damrow Rose Damrow "Carden "Lee" "Bobby,' General Course Athletic Association 1. 2, Hg Classical Club 2. 3, -lg Art Commercial Course Athletic Association 1. 2, 33 Commercial Club 3. 43 Dra- Club 3, -lg Mortar Board 4. matic Club lg Mortar Board -l. S'Ready for anything, work or "Always ci true and steadfast play friend." She is a good fellow every dayf, Glenn Denker Cencral Course Dramatic Club 3, -lg Classical Club 3, 4g Band 3, -lg Presi- dent -lg Clee Club -lg Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Class Play. "He often burns the midnight oil, But not lo study? Violet Derbeck General Course Entered second semester as a junior from Kiel High School. Mortar Board 3, 43 Secretary -lg Dramatic Club -lg Life Staff -tg Class Play. "Her eyes as stars of twilight fairg Like zzvilighl, too, her duslfy hairf, Commercial Coursc Commercial Club 3, -lg Mor- tar Board 45 Dramatic Club -lg Athletic Association 2, 3. "Her circle of friendship will ever grow For she's the kind of girl ills well to know ps Williani E. Dew c:Fidgetyse General Course Captain of all State Tcamg Football 3, 43 Basketball ZZ, It, -lg Captain -lg Inner Circle 1, 23 Spanish Club 43 Athletic Association 2, 33 Class Play. "At basketball and football hc is quite some star, For zz better scoul you'll hunt very farf, Page Twenty-nine LIFE F. H. S. '24 Katherine Diener Ethel Marion Dobyns Genevieve E. Dobyns aaKat:s General Course Valeflietoriang Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2.5, 3, 45 Classical "Dobbie,' "Gen,' Commercial Course General Course French Club 2, 3, -lg Commer- Athletic Association 1, 2, SQ cial Club 43 Dramatic Club -1, Classical Club 3, -13 Dramatic Club IZ, 13, lg Dramatic Club Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. Club -1. PeitfmI?td.Stgl?l'b1355053316 "For nature made her what she "Being good never troubled Plglor ' a 10 u ' ass is, and never made another." mef, "She has a mind like twenty- seven books and jifteen lan- guagesf' Charles Dems Gerald Entringer Marie Fagan nCha5-ll is-I6"'3',, General Course Commercial Course General Course Entered as a junior from Cmmnercial Club 4 C169 Club 4: Inner Circle 49 Franklin Park, lllinoisg Ath- "He anszeers with facts not a,.gu,,wm5.v 7 "Oh how he studies and recites letic Association 3g Dramatic Club 3, 43 Mortar Board 3, -lg Class Play. "She has a way of being rather sober or extra gay? P age Thirty LIFE F. H. S. '24 -ml.-.m1.nn1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1ml1m,1nn1nn...nn..nn1n Gladys Ferguson .rf-Crgv General Course Chorus lg Classical Club Zi--lg Athletic Association 1-2g Girls Athletic Association 2-3--lg Mortar Board 3-4g Dramatic Club -L. "Her manner is quiet, but fl0I7f,l judge her by it.', ,IHIIICS Peter Flood sajinln Ccncral Course French Club 2, 3, -lg Radio Club 3, -lg Glce Club -lg Ath- letic Association 2, 3g Base- ball "F" Sig lnner Circle 4g Dramatic Club -lg Class Play. "And Lol the humorous are the kings of the earth? Maurice ,l. Fitzsi111o11s "Mu,zzey', General Course Athletic Association 1. 2, Jig Classical Club 2, Zi. -lg luner Circle 1. 2, 3. -lg Secretary and Treasurer -lg Football -1 AFAg Radio Club ig Pcptimist -lg Circulation mauagerg Band 3g 4g Orchestra 2g Clee Club -lg Operetta 3, -Lg Business mana- gerg Dramatic Club 3, -l. 'cHe worked with a will and a purposef' Howard Frances '6Hozl,, General Course Inner Circle 3, -1. "Not known in fl day, but liked by those who know him.', Mabel Flaherty "Miclrey,, General Course Athletic Association 1. 23 Classical Club It. -lg Art Club 3g Dramatic Club lg Chorusl. "Witty and cleoerg she's Irish." Esther Frank saEtSaa General Course Classical Club 2, 3, 4g Dram- atic Club -lg Mortar Board 3, 4g Athletic Association 1,2,IZ. "She lives in peace with all mrmhiml and that sweet dignity all who saw azlnzireflf' Page Thirty-one F. H. S. ,211 Ruth Dorothy Funk Carlton Glasow Mike "Collie" feneral Course Commercial Course Honor Roll student Athletic Band 3.43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 A sociauon I French Dramatic Club 39 Commercial Club 4 Mortar Board 4 Club 4. Im too busy to worry "One cannot alwavs be a herog Bu! one can always be a manf, Marv Elwabctll Hackett Gertrude Hahn .t ,t C eneral Course Gert Moitir Board S -l Clec flub General Course 1 Rafl10 Club 4 Cl S Honor Roll studentg French 1C'dl Club 2 4 Club 33 Mortar Board 4g Radio Corzsrzentzous is her name Club 4- and we love her for the same f'Si,1Ce,c, with mamw,-5 kim! A ,hner girl, ftis hard to hndf, Earl Guell "Early" General Course Dramatic Club -lg Inner Circle 4g Glee Club 4g Classical Club 2, 3g Class Play. "Who broke no promise, served no private end. Who gained no title, and who lost no friend." Lola Halfman "HuHy,' Commercial Course Honor Roll studentg Commer- cial Club 3. 4g Mortar Board 43 Art Club 3g Athletic Asso- ciation 1. 2. 3. "Here,s to the girl, with a heart and a smile, Who makes this bubble of life worth wlzilef, LIFE -,.,,1,.,,1,.,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F. H. S. '24 1 1 1 1y...1,...11..t1....1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1..,.1m.1....1,,.,1m.1.t Florence G. Hallihan General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Girls Athletic Association 2. -lg Classical Club 2, 3, -lg Mortar Boarrl 3, -lg Spanish Club -lg Dramatic Club -lg Radio Club -1. "She enters into things with zeal and zest And ranlfs in lcrwwleflge with the best? Hugh E. Hayes sccurlyas General Course Classical Club 3, -lg Spanish Club -lg Athletic Association 'SFM 3, -lg Basketball 3, -lg MFH 3. -lg Dramatic Club -1. '4Curly hair is like a magnet Leona W. Hanlberger Alice Hardgrove "Blondie, "Al,' Commercial Course General Course Commercial Club -lg Mortar Mortar Borad Hg Athletic As- Board -lg Spanish Club 4g sociation 1, 2, 3g Glee Club Athletic Association 2, 3. 1. 2, 3, -lg Spanish 4. "And Alice smiled, and all the She covers herself 'nealh a world was gayf' cover of great moclestyf' E. Hazel Hintz ffHaZe77 Clarence Heinz 'Torchyv General Course Commercial Course Dramatic Club ig Mortar lnner Circle -lg Dramatic Club -lg Athletic Association 1, 2, Board 3, -lg Athletic Associa- 1. 2, 3, -lg Baseball 2, 3, -lg 23, -1. tion 1, 2. 3g Classical Club -1. "ln vain fftl' fflulm Ul hi-5 HJC "She seelceth diligently after pry, knowledge." His nature is quiet, reserved, and shyf, and it attracts." Page Thirty-three LIFE F. H. S. ,211 1 ..-nu..nn1un1nn1uu-n Katherine June Hirth flKut,, General Course French Club -- Secretary 4, Dramatic Club 4, Mortar Board 4-Treasurer, Classical Club 3, 4, Athletic Associa- tion 1. 2, 3. "Yon are not for obscurity de- signed, But, like the sun, must cheer all human kind." Vivian Hoyt C6ViU9J Commercial Course Athletic Association l. 2. 33. -1, Commercial Club 3, 4, Art Club 3. -ig Mortar Board 4, Dramatic Club -l, Assistant manager of Class Play. "Her name could be 'comradei for a good fricml is shef, Elmer H. Homuth Bernice Hoyt "Ham" "Bern" General Course 1 Commercial Course lnner Circle 1, 2, Classical Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Club 1, 2, 3, -1, Athletic Asso- Commercial Club 3, 4, Art ciation 1, 2, 3, Life Staff Bus- Club 3, Mortar Board 4, Dra- iness Manager. matic Club 4, Costume Man- "By his good fellowship he age' Class Play- has made himself popular with "Moflesty in women is the all." magnet of true friendship." Victor C. Huebner Vivian Johnston "View "Bee" General Course Commercial Course Honor Roll student, Basketball Honor Roll student, Commer- 2, 3, -1, Baseball 2. 3. -1, "Fw cial Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 3, -i, Dramatic Club -1, Inter Dramatic Club -1, Mortar Class track 1, Athletic Assn- Board -L, Athletic Associa- ciation 1, 2, 3, -1. tion 'l, 2, 3, Life Staff 4. "A diplomat, an athlete, a "Ever charming, ever new, g,fentlemrm." Will she ever tire the view?H Page Thirty-four LIFE F. H. S. '24 Thelma Kaeding Leone Kalupy Margaret ,l. Keys General Course "Babs,, iifwafleanii Athletic Association 1, 2, 39 Commercial Course Ceneral Course Efegciclaub 3'B4l dDr:maTf Mortar Board 43 Commercial Athletic Association 2, 33 u ' A Omar Oar " ' Club 3. -lg Athletic Associa- Classical Club 2, 3, -lg Span- Art Club 4' tion 1, 2, 3. ish Club -lg Dramatic Club 4g 'Thy modesty is a candle to .6 , f U - Costume manager for Class thy meritf, 'sheaggotfija Chafmme hand Playg Art Club. -lg Mortar How sweetly all her notes Board 45 Pepmmst 4' were foldeclfl "She'5 KL good sportg therefore wc love herf, Donald V. Klassen Leona Kohler Leona E. Kohlman HDWCH, General Course sional, General COUYSC Dramatic Club lg Mortar General Course Art Club 35 Athletic Associa- Board 4' Classical Club 2, 3, 4g Art tion 1, 2g Life Staff 3, 4. 951155 U noble all U,-ouml ggflft Club 4g Sliianiish Club Ath. 'iHe,ll succeed in whatever he lem: Association 1' "' 3' zmderlalcesf' HA lass with quaint and quiet ways? Page Thirty-hue LIFE F. H. S. '24 ...tm.-tvm...nn1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1. - 1 1 1 1nn-.H,,1,,,,1.,,,1,,,.1.. Mary Konen Regina C. Konen Sam Kotzin General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Classical Club 2, 3. 4g Le 'cBl0ndina" Commercial Course Mortar Board 4g Classical Club Cifde FTHHC-?llS 3, 43 MON?-1' fig Commercial 3, -lg Athletic Board -lg Dramatic Club 3, 4. "She blushes like fl red, red rosef' B crnice E. Kracnicr "Bunn ie" Commercial Course Commercial Club Ii, -lg Dra- matic Club -lg French Club 3g Athletic Association 1. 2, 3g Girls' Athletic Association 3, -lg Mortar Board 4. "For everyone she meets She always has a smile. We sure would profit by it, If we'rl try it awhilef, Association 1, 2, 3. "To do a womrmis task is no mean zzmbilzon if you do it well." Grizelfla Kracmer "T0otic', Commercial Course Honor Roll stuflentg Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, -lg Chorus l. 2: Dramatic Club 3, 4g Commercial Club 3. -lg Life StaH' -l. "Whose little lmrly lodged Il mighty head? General Course High School Band 3, 4g High School Orchestra 3, -lg Ath- letic Association 2. "When he would, he couldg not otherwisef' Milton Krause 'illiclfeyv General Course Inner Circle 1, 2, -lg French Club 2, 3, -lg Operetta 3g Dramatic Club -lg Class Playg CTT" workshop -lg Peptimist -l' Football 3. Q "his 9.35-me for the lib1'm'y.,' Page Thirty-six -iuv.1u..1,.,11111111111111111 LIFE F. H. S. '24 1 -1 1 1 1,I,.1itnn1...,1,,.,1,,,,1.l Alice Rubie Krautsch Ferris M. Kropp General Course HFVOSW, Classical Club 3. -lg Mortar C0mmefCiH1C0ufS0 Board ig Radio Club -lg Ath- Athletic Associamm L 2. 39 lellc Association 21 3- Dramatic Club -lg Commercial HA Charming modest gi,-I Club 3, -lg Mortar Board 4. whose soul is filled with f'C1m,,n3 Strike the Sight, hafmwly- And merit wins the soulf, La Verne L. Kuss Inez Kussow . 79 1 1 HVW 71' Commercial Course Cencral Course Mortar Board -lg Dramatic Club -1. "The mos! certain sign, of iuisrlmn is continuerl clwfrrful- ,, new vw Zurnerl. -lg Peptimist -1. Glarlys Krueger "Sunshinev Commercial Course Chorus 1. 23 Commercial Club -lg Dramatic Club -1. "A winning way, a pleasant smile, a kindly word for allf, Lillian La Borde "Lil', General Course Orchestra -lg Athletic Asso. ciation 1, 2, 3, -lg Commer- cial Club I-1, 45 M0'Fl21r Bfbarfl Zi, -lg Mortar Board -lg Athletic Chorus 1, 25 Dramatic Club Association 1, 2, NDWJ' IW ,Whit is fl I1l4'f'-WVU "But signs of nobleness, like smrs, shall shine on all fle- servers." Page Thirty-seven f 4 A rarer r 1 LIFE F. H. S. '24 Arno T. Lenz Walter Luedtke Gertrude Lyneis "Peanuts', "Wally" "Gert,' General Course Commercial Course General Course Honor R911 Studentg Athletic ieptimist Staff 34g Athletic Dramatic Club 4. Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Inner ssociation 1, 2, , 4. UA Companion that is Cheerful gi2giei1.46r5Ii'31?c Cglllgba "In his frienrlship there is is worth goldf, Class Playg Boy's' Glee Clull nothing msmcere' 4g Operetta 4g Life Staff 4. "If he would talk more, we would I-:now him better." Mar'orie L neis Gordon G. Llovd Kathr n E. Malone J Y . Y :cMargieaa aatlohnra uljatv Commercial Course General Course General Course Girls Athletic Association 2, Classical Club 2. Athletic Association 1, 2, 39 54, -lg Athletic Association 1, HA modem farmer this bo Girls Athletic Association 43 3, 3g Chorus 1, 25 Glee Club 1.H"5e LV French Club 3, 4g Dramatic 2, 3g Classical Club 2, 3, 4g gif tfwealth hem sure, Club 49 Commercial Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 Commercial " C6562 ,fm fy Mortar 'Board 3, 4. Club 4' Mortar Board 4' ' , . ' ' . . , "Talk to her of Jacobs ladder, Efdlo Club 4, Program Chau' and she would ask the number dn' of steps." "Eyes glad with smilesf, Page Thirty-eight LIFE F. H. S. ,24 Lawrence J. Maney scT0dss General Course Athletic Association 1g Radio Club -L "He who is constant is perfect? Violette Matthews KiVi!! General Course Entered as a junior from St. Xavier Academy Chicago 3 Honor Roll studentg Mortar Board -lg Glee Club -lg Dra- matic Club lg M57 Workshopi' -lg Le Cercle Francais -lg Operetta -lg Peptimist, Literary Editor -lg Life -l3Litterati 4. '6Y0u.lh comes but once in a life timef' Merlin Martin ElMaft,, General Course Athletic Association 1. 2, 3g Football 45 Radio Club 33 Classical Club 43 lnner Circle 4. "He knotrs what heis doing and does it wellf, Frances M. Manuel ..1,-mnt, Commercial Course Commercial Club 3. -lg Mor- tar Board 3, -l. HAS merry as the day is longf' Frances Mathews iifiranlv General Course Athletic Association 2. Zig Classical Club It. -lg Mortar Board et. 42411 the world loves a quiet girlf, Carlton Mauthe "Caron Commercial Course Treasurer of junior classg Commercial Club 3, -lg Dra- matic club 3, 43 Boys Glee Club 3, -lg Operetta 33. -Lg Business Manager of Pepti- mist -Lg Life Staff -lg lnner Circle 43 Hi-Y Secretary -lg Assistant manager of Class Play. '4Ambition. is his second nzzmeg just wait to see him rise to fame? Page Thirty-nine LIFE F. H. S. '24 -.i.41li..1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1'11uu..un.1ma.1uu-ii Curtis Mayo "Curt'7 General Course Radio Club 4. "A worker always attending to his own business, and do- ing his level best." Eileen Cecelia Mcllissy General Course Classical Club 2, 3. 13 Mortar Board lg Athletic Association 2, 3g Radio -L 'SSh,e lives in peace with all Inankindf, Marcella Mc Crory "Marv Commercial Course Classical Club IZ, 3, -lg Com- mercial Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club -lg Mortar Board 3, -lg Chorus 2. "1 flare not be as funny as I can." Vllhilhelmine Menzel 4'Billy,' General Course Honor Roll studentg Chorus 1, French Club 2, 3, -lg Dramatic Club 3, -lg Mortar Board -lg Radio Club lg Peptimist Staffg flixchange Eclitorj 4, Cirl's Athletic Association 3, Ath- letic Association 1, 2, Sig Lit- terati 'lg Life Staff 45 Class Play. "Her true self overflowing with sweetness, at girl to be atlorezlf, Helen Mc Cullough General Course Honor Roll student, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Art Club 3, 45 Classical Club ZZ, 3, -lg Dramatic Club -lg Mortar Board -lg Life 4. "Charming and kind with, a friendly smile for all." Sadie Meusel "Sally,i General Course Classical Club 23 Mortar Board 3, -lg Dramatic Club lg French Club 3, -lg Peptimist Staff -Lg Athletic Association 1. 2, 3. '4She own thinking and needs little advice." is a girl who does her Page Forty LIFE F. H. S. '24 -uuu1mi.-M1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1u...mi1uii1uu1uu1mi.. Alma M. Meyer Irma Miesen Forrest T. Morrissey MAF, Commercial Course Chub General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. "Quiet, faithful, unassuming." Sylvia Nehmer Commercial Course Athletic Association 1, 2, Dra- matic Club 3, 4g Mortar Board 3, 4g Commercial Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 4. "Oh, it's nice to be nice to a nice little girl like youfi Honor Roll student, Dramatic Club 21, 4, Mortar Board 19 Commercial Club -lg Life Staff -L "In her friendship there is nothing insinceref, Paul I-I. Nielsen zzpercyas Commercial Course Honor Roll Studentg Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, -15 Inner Circle 1, 2, Dramatic Club -13 Class Playg Commercial Club 43 Operetta Property Mana- ger -ig Editor Life -lg Secre- tary junior class, Litterati 4. "What a founflation. of char- acter to build uponll' General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. 4, French Club ZZ, 3, Vice- President French Club -lg Spanish Club 4, Inner Circle 3g Vice President Inner Circle -lg Class Debating Team 3, School Debating Team "F" -13 Football A. F. A. 4, Dramatic Club 4g Boys Clee Club 4g Playwriters Club 4. "His ready speech flowifl fair anrl free ln phrase of genllest courtesy." Marjorie O'Brien "Marge, Commercial Course Chorus 1, 25 French Club 215 Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Cirl's Glee Club 1, 29 Mortar Board 3, -lg Dramatic Club 3, -ig Commercial Club 3. "A giggle is worth a hundred groans in any market." Page Forty-one LIFE F. H. S. '24 -uu1uu.1nn- - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1....1,,,,1un1,4,,- Alice 0,Brien Minnie Catherine Ogie Christian Olson CIA!!! Commercial Course Chorus 1, 2g Athletic Society 1, 2, 3g Mortar Board 3, 4g Dramatic Club 3, 4g Commer- cial Club 3g Classical Club 2, 3, 4. "I always laugh at jokes, and someoneis always joking." Etheljoe Olson if-E'tS55 General Course Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Clee Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4. "None but herself can be her parallel." C5Min5! General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2g Classical Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 45 Dra- matic Club 4g Mortar Board 3, 4, Radio Club 45 Litterati 4, Peptimist 4. "You,ll always find her laugh- ing eyes as fresh and clear as morning skiesf' Bernice 0,Rourke 'GBun.ny,' General Course Mortar Board 3, -lg Dramatic Club 3, 45 Class Playg Pepti- mist Staff -1. 'SA heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute." "Christy" General Course Spanish Club 3g Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3g Peptimist Staff 4. "Oh what may man within him hide, Though angel on the outward side? Nina Mary Ottery ccjvannysa Commercial Course Dramatic Club 4g French Club IS, 4, Commercial Club 3, 45 Mortar Board 4g Radio Club 4. "Tis the songs you sing and the smile you wear, That makes the sunshine every where." Page Forty-mo LIFE F. H. S. '24 -uu1u1.u.- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1,,u1m,1,4,.1,,.,1.m- Marie Pabst Addie Pavey .lessie Eloise Peeke :cRay:a General Course Classical Club -1. "A true girl, admired by all." Richard G. Pettingill "Dynamite" General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, -lg Football 3, 4 "FU, Classical Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 3, 4g Hi-y 4g Inner Circle 3, 4g Vice Pres- dent -1 B, Secretary 4Ag Class Debating Team 35 School De- bating Team 4 MF", Boys glee Club -lg President 4Ag Witch of Fairy Dellg Radio Club 3, -lg Secretary and Treasurer 3, Peptimist -L B3 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Class Play. "He is a well made man who has a good determination." c:Adsss Chorus 15 French Club -L. L'Her heart and hand both open and both free." Kenneth H. Pohlman "Sheik,' General Course Dramatic Club 3, 43 Baseball Z-Ig Inner Circle 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club -lg Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, -lg Operetta -lg Class Play. "Blessed is the man who has the gift of making friends." scjesssa General Course Athletic Association 1, 12, 3, -lg Life Staff 1, 2, -1, Classical Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Consul 3g Girls Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, -lg President 4, Mortar Board 3, 4, President -lg Dramatic Club 3, -lg Secretary 4, Property manager of Class Play. "She needs no eulogy, her school life speaks for lzerf, Hazel Porter CKHaz97 Commercial Course Commercial Zi, 4g Mortar Board 3, -lg Classical 1, 2, Girls Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 2, IR, -tg Dramatic Club 3, 4. '21 mighty jolly lassie with a mighty level head." Page Forty-three LIFE F. H. S. 324 ..nu.-,...1,m.1 1. .1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1. .1 1 -.-,,,.1,..,....l...1..,.1,,,,- Floyd Puls "Sammy,' , Commercial Course Athletic Association 2, 23. "A good type of good, active earnest manhood? Dorothy Mae Roblec General Course Art Club 4. "Friend is a word of royal toneg Friend is a poem all alonef' Margaret Reigh "Marge, Commercial Course Mortar Board -lg Commercial Club 3, 4g Art Club 33 Ath. letic Association 1, 2, 3. "When there's nothing else to do,-why laugh." .lohn W. Robson General Course Litterati lg lnner Circle -lg Radio Club 4g Dramatic Club -lg Classical Club 2, 3, 45 Athletic Association 1. 2, 39 Pepzimist Staff 45 Life Staff -1. nniffirnlties get out of the way of mon who know where they are going? Ruby Roberts Commercial Course Mortar Board -1. "She has a smile for every one, For all a kindly wordf' Oscar Rodenkirch flokeeii Commercial Course Classical Club 2, 3,g lnner Circle 1, 2, 3, -lg Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, Freshman debating tearng Sophomore dc- bating team. "Look about you--know 'tis trueg Words are forgotten, but deeds are ever newf, Page Forty-jour LIFE F. H. S. 724 -nn-.ml1,,,,1,.,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..-,,,,1,.,,.-M1,,,...,,,,- Louise Rosenbaum Bessie M. Sadoff Frieda Salter "Long "Betty" "Freflrlie,, Commercial Course Commercial Course General Course Athletic Association 1. 2, :ig Commercial Club 3g Athletic French Club 3, -lg Classical Classical Club 2, 3, -Lg Dra- Association 4. Club 2, 3, -lg Dramatic Club matic Club 3, -lg Commercial WH , - d K h ,U d h -lg Mortar Boardg Art Club Club 3, -lg Girls' Athletic As- 6135357 S t ey La 6 er -l. Soclauoln 2' 3, 43 Mortar Anrl of them there was rt "Winsome and fair Board 4' plentyfj A soul of content raref' "So long as that which might . have been isnft, why worry your heacl about it?l, Leone M. Salter Gladys M. Sander Fred C. Schmidt uL0'lif'7, General Coursc HSCl1'miffY,, General Course Mortar Eoarrl 37 ll Spanish General Course Glee Club 3, -lg French Club Club 33 Dramatic Club 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4. fel:-fr 2, 33 3, -lg Mortar Board 4. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Dramatic Club gl 3, 49 Orcheg. "A girl whose friendship is Llfe Staff -1. tra 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, sincereg "A personality worth whileg T1'HCk 15 B-?1SGbHll 3, 3, 43 UF, Makes life mean more to a Her friends forever greeted 733 AIlllCiiC.ASSOCiHii0I1 1, 2, 3- heart thai is flrearf' with a smile." -Q: Inner CITCIC 1, 2: ClH55lCHl llub 2, 3. "Look to the future To ,hnrl what will suit y0Il.,, Page Forty-hoe LIFE F. H. S. ,24 Elsie E. Schroeder c:Elsr9 Commercial Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Secretary and Treasurer 43 Dramatic Club 43 Commercial Club 3, 4g Treas- urer -ig Mortar Board 3, 45 baseball 3. 'Cll7hat beautiful art in music lies! That trernbles in rapture and never dies." Olive M. Schwcfel "Cackles" General Course French Club 4. "Small and fair, Her fllCh'fZCl77l8,S 'Cacltlesi A winrzer she is In all she tacltlesf, Florence Schumacher Nettie E. Schwartz Commercial Course General Course Athletic Association 1, 2g "Known by many Commercial Club 3, 4-g Chor- us 2. "She heard all, thought much, and sahl little." Nor disliked by any." Luella E. Stcllmacher ..La,, Orlene Shea "Piclcles,' Commercial Course Commercial Course Mortar Board 3, 43 Commer- Dramatic Club lg Commer- cial Club lg Glee Club lg Ath- cial Club -13 Mortar Board 4g letic Association 1, 2, 39 Chorus 1. glaisiial Club 3' ll Dramatic "The joy of yo-uth and health u U , 7 her eyes displayed, Whitt gl dont See, doesnt And ease of heart her every rou ,e me, 1 k , dj, For while l live, I would 00 Conveye merry be? Page Forty-six 9 LIFE g F. H. S. 24 Vera A. Storduer Sophronia M. Suprenand George Svenson ccyeess Commercial Course Dramatic Club 3, -15 Mortar Board 3, 45 Glee Club 4, Com- mercial Club 3, -lg Art Club President 4. "Speech is the mirror of the soulg As she speaks, so is she." George E. A. Tegen Commercial Course "A quiet type of good, earnest manhood." "Fronie" Commercial Course ff General Course French Club 3, -lg Athletic Football 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Association 1, 2g Commercial Club 33 lnner Circle 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 45 Secretaly Commer- Club -L. cial Club -L "Though modest and gentle, she rules her own mind, Ambitious-yet not a bit of a grind? La Velle G. Thompson GfLalla35 General Course "All say that he was fair and square." Nelson Tice KNGV, General Course Dramatic Club 2, 3, -lg Classi- lnuer Circle 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2g cal Club 2, 3g Girls Athletic Athletic Association 1, 2, I Association 1. 2, 3g Glee Club -lg Dramatic Club -L. " 3' Pclmmmt Staff 4 B' "Good humor and generosity "I have a heart with room for every joyf, carry the dayf, Page Forty-seven LIFE F. H. S. '24 Hilda A. Titel "Hilly" General Course Chorus 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Classical Club 2, 3g Art Club o "Silence is more eloquent than words." Ethel Smithers HEISN General Course Honor Roll student, Chorus 1g classical Club 2, 3, -lg Dra- matic Club 4g Class Playg Dramatic Club Orchestra 33 Ervin Simon General Course Honor Roll studentg Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Art Club Michel Skaff "Mitchu Commercial Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, -13 35 Classical Club 3. Football 2, 3. 'iAn ounce of pluck is worth a ton of luckfi Helen Soles General Course French Club 22, 3, -lg Mortar Club 1, Dramatic Club 3, -lg Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. "Her calm exterior did belie The twinkle of humor in her 'food future is the compon- ion of courage." Maynard P. Sonn QCBMZW Commercial Course Honorable mention on All- State Basketball Tearng Bas- ketball -lg Football 4, Base- ball 3, -lg Athletic Association Mortar Board -lg Spanish Club eygf, 1, 21 35 Balld 3- 43 Athletic Association 2, ffcoum on me fm. U much- Peptimist 3, 4. "She,s thereg we heard her giggle." down, a basket, or zz run." Page Forty-eight LIFE F. H. S. '24 Charles B. Stanchfielfl "Chucky General Course Athletic Association 1. 2. Zig lnner Circle 13 Classical Club 2. 33 Spanish Club -lg Class Play. "Tho modest, on his unem- harrnsccl brow, Nature has written 6Gcntlc- man", Harold Trescott ..Het,, General Course Classical Club 4g Spanish Club 4g Radio Club 4g Life Staii -lg Inner Circle 1, 12, 3, lg Athletic Association 1.2.3. "A man among men will he bef, Myrtle Stehle Commercial Course Chorus lg Athletic Associa- tion 1, 223 Commercial Club 3, -Lg Art Club 3. 6'And her modest and graceful air Shows her wise and good as she is fairf' William Tubbs "Bill" General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Boys Glee Club 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treasurer -lg Foot- ball 3, 4 "FW -lg lnner Circle 35, 43 Stage manager of Class Play. "Under the guise of humor, wit goes truly unherrzlclf' Edna Steinbarth Commercial Course Athletic Association 1, 2g Mortar Board 3, -lg Commer- cial Club 3. 'SHap1ry am Ig from cure lim free. Why arenlt they all con- tented like me?,' Thelma F. Vandervoort "Vanrly" General Course Spanish Club :lg Classical Club 4g Girls Band fbi Or- chestra 4. "There was something finer in her than in anything she sairlf, Page Forty-nine LIFE F. H. S. H -,.,....w1,.,,.. .. ... 1 ... .... ..- ... .- ... ... .... ...-ml..,,,,1,.,,..,,,,...m.- William K. Van Pelt Wallace Voell Arthur Voss 'Wann ':Mash,' "Arty General Course General Course Commercial Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. Athletic Association 1, . 2g High School Band 3, 4. :'His one great failing is his lsaflleglall 2' 34 Inner Circle 'gGoocl fellowship is his guid- kindness of heart." t '7 ' ' ing star." Elizabeth Mae Watlc "Belty'7 Commercial Course Mortar Board 4, Athletic As' sociation 1, 2, 3g Commercial Club 4. "She who sympalhizes in all happiness of othersf' "A merry heart doeth good like medicinef' Arthur Anthony WHgl161' CCArt37 General Course Baseball 2g Spanish Club -1, Vice President Second Semes- terg Athletic Association 1, 2g Glee Club 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Guard on All-State Team 4g Class Play. "The man worth while is the one who can smile when every- thing goes dead wrong? Edwin R. Vllagner 4aEdsa General Course Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Inner Circle 1, 2g Classical Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 45 Chorus 1. "Iam no shark, but I can hold flown the job." Page Fifty ,M t -,m.1m....un-.. 1 .... 1 1 1 1 LIFE 'F F. H, S. 124 1 1 1 1 --,m..,,,,1m,..,m1m,- Edythe Wallichs Ruth V. Waltzer Helen Wams ccE:a General Course Classical Club 1. 4, Athletic Club 1, 4, Mortar Board 3, 43 Spanish Club 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4. "She puts her worries down in the bottom of her hearl, sits on the lid, and smilesf' Leonard WHFIIS Commercial Course Commercial Club 4, Life Stall 4. "Inst in his judgment, true to his word." General Course Mortar Board 4, Dramatic Club 4, French Club 4, Art Club 4. "A student, conservative, and sedatef' Robert WHtSOll "Boba General Course Dramatic Club 3, 4, Class Play, Commercial Club 3, 4g Treasurer 3, President 4g In- ner Circle 3, 4, President First Semester 4, Sophomore De- bating Team, Senior Debat- ing Team "F", "The gentleman is learned and a most rare speakerf' General Course Salutatoriang Classical Club 2, IL 4, Dramatic Club 3, 43 Mortar Board 4g Spanish Club 4, Life Staff 3, Peptimist 2, 3, 4g Athletic Association 1. 2, 3, 4, Class Play. "Size speaks, behaves, and acts just as she oughtfl Alfreda A. Welitler uFl'6L'lLl,, General Course Mortar Board 4g Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 43 French Club 4, Clas- sical Club 3, 4. "fl happy lot be thine."' Page F ifty-one LIFE F. H. S. 24 Viola E. Wiedeman ccjerryar Commercial Course Athletic Association J, 2, 33 Commercial Club 3g Dramatic Club 4g Mortar Board 4. "A virtuous maid who studies hard." Marjorie Winters "Marge" General Course Athletic Association l. Tl. 533 Classical Club 2, 3, -tg Dra- matic Club 3, Mtg Mortar Board 45 Spanish Club 43 Assistant lfflitor of Life -lg Litterati -L "Good, better, best She cannot rest ,Till she makes the good better, The better best." Edward Whealon C6Ed!3 General Course Radio Club 4g Dramatic Club 3, 45 Classical Club 2, 3, ilrg French Club 2, 3,3 Inner Circle 1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Associaa tion 1. 2, 3,g Class Debating Team 1, 23 Debating Team 3. 'Tug Baseball 35 Cheer leader 3, -Lg Sports Editor Peptimist. "In every look, word, deed and thought, nothing but cour- teous and nmnlyf, Lucilc Wirtli FGLee73 General Course Classical Club 2, Zig Mortar Board Ii, -tg Dramatic Club -lg Art Club 45 Costume mana- ger for Class Play. 'LHer .sprightly looks II lively mind diselosesf, Esther H. Whitford "EssieM General Course "Life is indeed no holidayf' Sylvester Wittinan cslyiltyv General Course "Tall in statureg in wisdom longf' Page Fifty-Iwo LIFE F. H. S. '24 George Wright Florence Zinniel Amy Howser "Joe" 518097, Advanced Academic Work General Course Commercial Course "She went on doing what she Athletic Association 1, 2, Jig Mortar Board 43 Commercial had to do, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Spanish Club sig Inner Circle -lg Radio Club 4. "Labor itself is pleasantf, Club 3, -lg Athletic Associa- tion 1, ZZ, 3g Dramatic Club -1. "So modest, so serene, so grave, To her the gods full many a blessing gave? The Foncly Toast Oh, Foncly High! Oh, Fondy High! A song to thee we raise. Oh, Fondy High! Oh, Fondy High! A glorious life in oh, oh, oh, We Oh, We lift our voice in praise. thee we live, hearts to thee we Our grateful give, Fondy High! Oh, Fondy High! Fondy High! Oh, Fondy High! We raise our banner bright. Fondy High! Oh, Fondy High! The symbol of the right. lift our voices loud and clear, We sound thy praises far and near, Fondy High! Oh, Fondy High! Oh, Fondy High! From day to day in a cheerful painstaking merry spirit. Page Fifty-thre LIFE F. H. s, 224 i TX . EXE! attt it G -.I Q iw ,r.- W I , tim ln- lift" lil t i .tW'i t. think l n .t.lff.l,, M tl Seniors? Yes. we have at last reached the first great goal in the raee ol life. We as a class have labored four years to attain this our triumph. Of course our class is the greatest Class that ever was graduated from Fondy I-ligli. not only in numbers either. Look hack upon the beginning of our journey when we were freshmen in the old high school. We entered the doors of what is now Roosevelt ,lunior lligh in September. 19217. We went in for all activities. NVQ- had a debating teamg we attended all the mixers, foot- ball and basketball gamesg why they wouldnlt have been complete without us. Then we embarked on our second year. a metnorable year for many reasons. First we de- veloped our interest in school activities. ffarl Wlagner started his career as a star football player. Billy Dew. Wally Voell. and Art W'agni-r were on the basketball team that won the state ohams pionship. Robert Watson stzrrted his eareer as a dehater that year. The end of the first semester ended our stay at the old high school and ended those wonderful mass meetings in the "Aud.7' We moved into our new school on Linden Street. this occasion being one of the greatest events in our school life. Then came the junior year. Ah! That was the year we first organized our elass. Xlueh of our success was due to the aid ot' our good leaders: President ..........,...... .. ......... ..-Page ,lohnson Vice President ...... .- --,,-, ...,.... Helen Warlts Secretary .......e. ., ....a,.,. ....... l 'aul Nielsen Treasurer .................... ..... C arlton Nlauthe Social Secretary .,a,,........ H-. ........ William Dew Billy Dew, Wally Voell, Art Wagner. Hugh llayes, Page Johnson. Dick Pettingill, Carl Wagner, Victor lluebner. Stanley Taylor. Fred Schmidt. Bill Tubbs, George Svenson. and Milton Krause were our athletic' stars last year. On the debating team Ed Whealon was the only under- classman. Then too we had a member ol our class on the staff of The Peplimist which was the best high school paper published in Wisvonsin. With all these honors we ended our junior year. Now we are Seniors. The first thing we did this yea Presidentu.. ................,.... -- Vice President .,a..,.,... .- ---- Secretary .................. --- Treasurer ................ ..... Social Secretary .,......... ............ We took an active part in all the activities ol the ye liere's to the class of 'Z-ll Nay we always be as suc Page Fifty-four r was to elect a group of good oFficers: -,- Page Johnson -Ruth Cruenheck --Cordon Derber -Louise Thomsen Carl Wagner ar. hut our triump cessful as we have HELEN Mc Cui h was the class play. been in Fondy High. ,LOUGH 721, LIFE F. H. S. ,211 -,..,1.m.1u..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -,,.-,,,,1,,,,1,,,,1,,,,1 CLASS MOTTO Mluahor conquers alll, CLASS COLORS Blue and Silver CLASS l'lLOVVlfR Killarney Rose Class of I 924 To the tune of Melody in F Farewell, dear Fondy, we leave you this day, And pleasant memories clustering around, Teachers and classmates and undergrads toog We laid you a fond farewell. As each career in our high school life now closes. And each event in our memory reposes, Ah! how our hearts turn to sadness anew Yet break into music, awards are now due. Raise then, O Classmates, your voices in song, Welcolne this glad new day. II. Wlelve added honors anew to your name And helped you win your banners and fame. Welxfe learned a lot from your teaching and rules Youlve been the best ol schools, Now we go forth for new laurels to win And for the things which through life we would excell in, Long may the imotto, you tried to impart, 'tlialaor conquers all" be ground deep in our heart, Hail then, O Fondy, all hail to your name. Farewell, dear Fondy High. lWAR.lOl'tIE WIN'l' ms '2 I Page Ififty-five LIFE F. H. S. '24 -.t..1,r..1,.,,.... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -H411-in..rtn-uu-tru- RQ tx VRVVHECV ' If .g I xx 1 .1111 , l awoke as from a trance and sat looking about me. The sun was just rising, and it spread its golden aura over the still sleeping world. Lying below me was a beau- tiful valley bathed in the splendor of eoming day. A city of wondrous size appeared before meg tall buildings, huge spires, enormous domes stretched to the sky. Where could l be? This was no place that l had ever seen before! l glanced down at my clothes, they appeared to be worn and soiled. My hand went involuntarily to my hair, it hung in damp strings to my shoulders. l gazed about me bewildered. I dis- tinctly remembered starting for school yesterday, at least l thought it was yesterday. l couldn't be quite sure, but l tried in vain to connect the happenings then with my present condition. Suddenly a thought struck mef. Nol it couldn't be true-Rip Van VVinkle's experience was but imagined by an author, such a thing eouldnit hap- pen to me. But l looked again at my worn clothes and felt uncertain. The only logical thing was to proceed to the city and see for myself. It certainly wasnat Fond du Lac. lint again my mind became confused. A white road stretched before me which evidently led to the great city with which l was unfamiliar. Following the wide pavement, I soon came to a beautiful mansion set back among the trecsg so deciding to stop here and question the inmates, l proceeded up the walk. Hearing a shrill whistling coming from behind the stone structure. l hurried around the side and found a freckle-faced lad chopping wood. Wlhen he saw me, he got up, stared, rubbed his eyes, and then said apolegetically, at fS7cuse me, nra'am, but l thought you shure was a ghostfl ulioyfi l asked hurriedly, '4Can you tell me what year this is?7, He looked rather amazed but answered politely enough that this was 1910. l was rather taken aback. l found that this fact was hard to graspg but l went on, asking him whether the city l saw was Fond du Lac, who he was, and then at last who owned the house to which l had come. He assured me that the city was Fond du Lac, but at my last question he was frankly astonished and looked at me with mouth agape. L'Say, whar ya come from, anywayiw he then asked. Hliyeryone iround here knows thisis the summer home of Mr. Page Qlohnsonf' Y Mpage Johnsonlli l gasped, "why you canit mean Page Johnsonlw 'Shure l deff he replied, udidnlt you know he was mayor of Fond du Lac for four years. This was all my mind could accept at onceg so, thanking him hastily, l again proceeded down the road. flyer and over again l tried to realize the stupendous Page l"ij!r.vi.r LIFE F. H. S. ,24 truths I had heard. I940-Page Johnson, Mayor-Page Johnson, Mayorfkept run- ning through my mind. I had now come to a flowering boulevard which I saw with joy was labelled Park Avenue. '4Ah,w I thought, Hat least here something I knowg I can follow this and so reach the town.', No sign presented itself for many blocks. It evidently was an early hour for most of the inhabitants. On one lawn, however, I beheld a small boy froilicking with a huge spaniel. He stopped long enough in his play to gaze at me curiously. He looked familiar, yet I couldn't quite place him. Wliere had I seen him before? Isle smiled, and again I was struck with his resemblance to someone of my acquaint- ance. I was on the point of asking him his name when a woman appeared at the door of the house. KlVIaurice, Maurice, where are you TW she called. And then spying him she said, L'lVIaurice Eitzsimmons, come here at once, or I'll tell your father." MSO that is whom he resemhlesfi I said to myself as I watched the child race to the house with his dog. 'GSO Muzzy is marriedfi I turned at the next block toward lVIain Street, as I foolishly thought, but what was my surprise to find that all traces of the old street I had known had disappeared. Skyscrapers lined the wide thoroughfare already teeming with traffic. Even the name had disappeared. Signs on each corner announced that this was Wisconsin Avenue. L4Well, wellf' I soliloquized, HI'ond du Lac has grown some since I last saw it.'7 Soon I came to an enormous building, no doubt a theatre, for before it were pasted large advertisement of some actress who was to appear. I looked at the pic- tures, and then looked again. A fair-haired woman was portrayed, and below this I saw the words, 'LlVIiss Elna Anderson to appear here Friday in her greatest production :The Two Soulsyf' In the next block newsboys were running to and fro, intent upon selling an HExtra.7' Their cries came nearer and nearer. HEXtral Extra! Pettingill electedln 'fExtral Extra! Pettingill electedli' An urchin thrust a paper before my face, and there I read in glaring type two inches high, HPETTINGILL ELECTED SPEAKER OF HOUSE DEFEATS SMITH BY LARGE MAJORITY" I continued walking, not realizing that I was even moving until I almost ran into a brick building over whose doorway was huge gilt lettering proclaiming the fact that this was the office of "The Daily Clironiclef' Below in small letters ran the words, ultflr. Gordon Derber, editorf' A bulletin board was promiscuously placed before the office. llere a notice appeared announcing that a detailed account of the struggle for National Title in which the famous Billy Dew led his team of basketball professionals to victory would appear in the evening issue. The windows of a store nearby were filled with copies of some book, presum- ably the latest in novels. Upon drawing nearer, I saw a poster in one of the windows which told that this book, written by Katherine Deiner, was the biggest hit of the season. Page Fifty-sever: LIFE F. H. S. IZ4 -.m1lm-.HH1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1IH....,,1.,,,1,...1uu-un.. Next to this store was a mammoth building with stone pillars in front. On the window I read, c'First National Bankf, and under this was, "Paul Nielsen, President? The rooms in the floors above were used for offices of various sorts. In one the name of Kenneth Pohlman appeared-He was known as a dentist who extracted teeth without pain. 'awilliam Tubbs, chiropracterf, was on a window below, and next to this was "Edward Whealon, lawyer." A large clothing store was in the same block. On its plate glass windows I read "Carl Wagneris new styles in hats for men who care." The next building I passed was a moving picture house. An advertisement here told that the latest picture of Sylvia Nehmer would be there for three weeks. Next to this was a notice telling that Jessie Peeke, the American tennis champion would be pictured in the Pathe News. 'cWell,,' I thought to myself, "at least all my classmates have been working while I sleptfl A few locks beyond was a comparatively low building of but ten stories. 6'The Hall of Culturen I read above the main entrance and listed was this notice: "Lessons given by, John Collins in Oratory Helen Back in Aristic Dress Designing Violet Derbeck in Vocal Training Carleton lVIauthe in Harmony Katherine Hirth and Louise Thomsen in Fancy Dancingf, A sign in a second story window told that there was the hair dressing shop of Ethel Smithers and the beautifying parlor of Gladys Krueger. A gray building loomed in the distance, and curious to find what this was, I pro- ceeded in that direction. In almost every shop window was a poster telling of the band concert which was to be given soon. On the placards was stated that Glenn Denker, cornetist, would direct the players. ,Familiar names appeared on many of the store windows, on one side was a fancy needlework shop run by lVIiss Violette Mathews, nearby was a music shop run by Miss Wilhelmine Menzel. I now found myself before the gates of the large building I had seen before. To my surprise I found that this was a high school. I saw that a new custom must have been established for on either side of the entrance in the glass covered notice boards appeared a list of the teachers employed. I examined this interestedly and saw that four names were known to meg Ruth Gruenheck was an English teacher, Gerald Entringer a teacher of history, Arno Lenz a mathematics teacher, and Charles Stanchfield gymnastic instructor. It seemed all my class mates were engaged in profitable business. I had nothing to dog I was lost. But just then I saw an advertisement in a window of a store at a little distance away-lHelp wanted-fsaleslady to sell accident insurancej I was about to enter and apply, but all at once my eyes snapped open and I heard lVIr. Earl Brown saying, '4Will you please explain the social problem of the negro?,7 I gazed about the class rather dazedly, and then I replied meekly, "Yes, sir, I'm so glad lim just a senior, and this is I921L." HELEN WARNS '24 Page Fifty-eight LIFE F. H. S. 724 -lm-..m1u..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,...i...1i.,.1,.,.1....1M1 Top Row: Lenz, Warns, Pettingill, Stellmaclier, Flood, A. Wagner. Krueger, Pohlman, Guell Watson, Denkcr, Derbeck, Stanchfielcl Bottom Row: Smitliersn O'Rourke. Fagan, Nielsen. Anderson, Johnson. Menzel. Close, Diener The Class Play I A Message from Mars by Richard Ganthony was the play selected for presenta- tion by the senior class of 1924. ft was given on the evening of May 20 at the New Carrick Theatre. The play concerns the development of the character of Horace Parker, a well-to- clo Londoner interested in astronomy. Although at heart he is not so bad as his actions would indicate, he is Very selfish and considers his personal comfort and satis- faction the sole object of his existence. He makes his Aunt Martha and his adopted sister, Mary, miserable by his ill-temper. Through the medium of a dream in which he is taken to task for his faults by a messenger from Mars, the trend of his thoughts is alteredg he is brought to a realization of the misfortunes of others, and becomes imbued with a spirit of philanthropy. The play brings out the fact that true happi- ness consists in seeing happiness and contentment in others. The part of Horace Parker was taken by Paul Nielsen. The role required the assumption of a spirit of ill-humor and a disregard for the feelings of others. The role of Mary Templar, played by Elna Anderson, required a Willingness to sacrifice for the fulfillment of the desires of others. Page Johnson, as the Messenger from Mars, and Violet Derbeck, as Aunt Mar- tha, were successful in their interpretations of difficult parts. Page Fifty-nine LIFE F. H. S. 724 in its clevelopnient the play has hoth humorous and pathetic phases. Richard Pettingiil furnishes the pathos by his impersonation of Frank Basset, a tramp with an inventive turn of niinci. Robert Watson as Arthur Dicey gives a humorous inter- pretation of the typieal English dandy. The sucfr-ess of the play was due to an excellent supporting cast, the efficient direction of the dramatic coach, Miss Lilian Carlnirfheal, the efforts of the Costume and property managers, and the praf-tim-al eolnpetenre of the business staff. PAN. NIELSEN ,211 Seene from Act I of Message from .Wars Svene from Act II of Message from Mars Page Sixty LIFE F. H. S. '24 -un1uu.1.m1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 -,.,,1,m1,.,.1l.n..,m... Page Sixty-one LIFE F. H. S. '24 -nuinwinu.-y .. 1 1 ... ... 1. ... .. -.. ...,. ..... -.. ..... .. -. .... ..... ..... ...W .- ...un...iu...m.....w-un-nu,--1 .144 Ray .lusten Rose Hennen Erwin Hintz Helen Meikeljohn Ralph High Presirlent Vice-President Secretary Social Secretary Treasurer Junior Class History No one knows what the future holfls for the class of l925, hut the history of the class up to the present is one to which the juniors may point with pride. The junior class is fortunate in having us ineinliers people who have distinguish- ed themselves as leaders in all forms of avtivity . An example of this type of student is the vice president of our class. He is practically everything ai junior should and could lie. He has held clown the position of left guard on the footliall team this year and thus earnecl his Gly. He has been an active ineinlier of the Classical Cluh. He Page Sixty-lu'o LIFE F. H. S. '24 -nn1nn1M... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -fm1un1m.1un..nn1n has taken an outstanding part in the work of the Dramatic Club. As secretary-treas- urer of the Boy's Glee Glee Club, he has piloted that organization through a year of financial success. A typical junior must be interested in scholastic as well as in athletic and social activitiesg our junior has stood very high on the honor roll of the juniors for the whole school term. This eleventh grade student is also president of the lnner Circle, playing an effective part in the work of that association. He has carried the duties of second speaker on the affirmative interscholastic debating team this year with remarkable ability. He has been very influential in making our junior party one of the most successful parties ever given by a junior class. What more can be expected from one class member? But the fact to which we point with pride is that what is true of this individual is true of our entire class. Vlfe had a large representation of class members on the football squad. Nor were we found lacking when the call for basketball candidates was issued. Two good players on the first team were juniors. School spirit is not left out in the makeup of our classmen. We were always to he found cheering the teams to victory. We were well represented in all the clubs of the school, many of the club officials coming from our class. Each junior had a usweet toothn when it came to patronizing the various candy sales. Our loyalty to the school and our willingness to support school functions have been exhibited on every possible occasion. Although you will all admit that our record thus far is splendid, even this record will seem inferior when compared with the record that we are going to make in our senior year. ELL:-:N UTTER 725 JOHN HENRY HANSON '25 Ode to Our Qffice Girls First there's Marcia, of the 'gmartialw air, She hands out uyellowsi' with a smile, What can we do but simply glare When sent to detention in that style? But she's a good sort, at that, you know, Wlilling to hunt for lost locker keys, Works all day, always on the go But forever calm as a summer breeze. Yes, we like Marcia. Then there's Eunice of the golden hair, And sunny smile, eyes of blue, When there,s work on hand, sheas always thereg She,s our typist, always busy, too. Our names she keeps them all on file, Phone, age, address, and pedigree. Answers our foolish questions with a smile And thatis a lot of work, you may believe, Yes, we like Eunice. VIOLETTE NIATTHEWS '24 Page Sixty-three LIFE F. II. S. 724 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...un-1nu-nu--uu1..m..uu- JUNIOR HONOR ROLL Carpenter, lVlaraga1'0t Faflner, Thelma Happe, Esther llintz, Erwin lmmel, Helen Meiklejohn, Helen Richter, Julius Utter, Ellen Page Sixty-four ..,f'7- gf K l 1 - . 11, LIFE F. H. S. 14 Z Yr: . xx Away' . 'N ix' . f A r Situ nt mm UN HUERNFULL STRAIN r Q at run u rn utr-xmso IDHMEELS KGIVEWTHEEIFAIN U EDR THINK EIF THE IQUVIFURT ZAND THE EASE WF IDUTEHESQ IHIHREELLEEBUNND 5HlNELE'EE5 fg 'EQQXN N is MT'- 'f W e' fff'tff'l'riE?3tF' M awp' V af . gg , I Y 'The Barber Shop Bobber? The barber shop was once a place exclusively for men, But those who now think this is so--well-they'd better guess again. For the women stand around three deep, each waiting for a chairg From the two year old to the gray haired aunt-fall ages youill find there. Oh where would the gallant men be now if chivalry were in style? For then itwould be the Hladies lirstn and the males could only sniile. As it is the ladies take their turns and often one another's, And the men squeeze in whenever they Cane-fthese patient fathers and brothers. lt's, G'Please leave it longfi 'gOh not too shortfl MI guess I'll have it shingledfi While all around beneath our feet the dark and light lie mingled. c4Whm1's neXt?7' one often hears the cry, but then one hears no rnoreg For in the rush to reach that chair, oneis knocked to the floor. ul'll have the latest kind of bob," I heard a maiden cry. Before she had it out like that l wish she would have died. MI hear that Susiels had hers eutgn Ml'nn waitin, for Mr. Thrallzn uAnd then he said he wasn't maclf, uShe doesnit look cute at allfl Ml want it out below my earf' Hldand, how that baby screamsfl MShe told me he said 'twas truefl KNOW what diye 'spose he meansfp' After an hour or two of this you are made so very happy By Mr. Boudry's gentle voice yelling, HHurry! Make it snappyfl ELLEN M. UTT1-gn 725 P age Sixty-five LIFE' 1 '21 - ,,., - ..., - ..,. -N-. , .,,. , , ., H H ,. ,, ,. . ,' .Mm . Page Sixzyuwix LIFE F. H. S. '21 ' EP?- gvaw, bt I lg 7 9 - 0 9 ' 1 , f' . f f LTP -1 , - A I ' 1 . . ' A hs JA: X. ,'kA I - - ' i xx History of the Sophomore Class Wheli we first entered this school of learning last September tenth, about the one and only greeting that was bestowed upon us newcomers by the more ancient of the Fondy High was, MUgh! the little sophomoresln But time has softened that exclamation of contempt and even of ridicule as we proved to be not quite so small and troublesome as we were thot to be. Though at lirst our inability to acquaint ourselves with the stricter rules of the senior high fsuch as the law of the middle stairsl and to settle down to hard work proved tr source of intinite perplexity and exasperation to the teachers, at last we acquired some of the dignity and knowledge of the older students. And sometimes our work demanded even praise from our instructors. The success of our school in athletics was due somewhat to the rooting and school spirit shown bv the sophomores of the student bodv. Some of our members succeeded in getting on the football squad and basketball team, and deserve praise for their efforts and achievements. We are proud to say that the large percentage of sophomores represented on the honor roll is ever increasing. One of our class, with a most remarkable average, has led several times the honor roll for the entire school. As a proof of our growing recognition, we have been asked to he on the staff of Life. Wle have shown that we are worthy of the lowly but significant name, sophomore, and hope to attain even greater honors in the future. To be successful we must have ability, keen judgment, perseverance, and deter- mination-these qualities we claim for ourselves in a sufficient degree to place us by June, l926 on the pinnacle of fame. JEANN14: TENNANT 726 Page SfXllV4Sf'I7l'Il I l ' K pf .....,..lun.-lm... ... .... Pngz' Sixty-vigil! LIFE -trr.1....-.....1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111 -,,, soPHoMo1iE HONOR ROLL McEssy, Fern Meyer, Marie R. Mindeinann, Minnie Olson, Irving Serwe, Elizabeth Smith, Olive Sweet, Elizabeth Tennant, Jeanne Voell, John Wegnei', Hertha Willis, Ralph Bechaud, Ruth Chew, Margaret Frieclel, Henrietta Gahle, Dorothy Cruenheck, Elizabeth Helz, Ruth Kappell, Lucille Leinke, Lucille Lesslyoung, Alice Lewis, Ruth What is that Life they talk ahout All over this high school? Wlxat is the staff that they point out, That makes success their goal? They say that when youire sentenced to life, You spend your days in the penf, But this Life must he of a different type, But a pen is used, l ken. That pen thatis used is not a jail, But one you fill with ink, To Life you Write your little tale, And a thought with it you link. Oh Life oh Life, that glorious Life, ls our life Written hy pen, Your joy, your trouhle, and your strife, Among the Mschoolw of men. VIVIAN Girls Girls! just girls are nice as can he Thereis nothing hetter--we plainly see. Everyone likes them-we're glad it's so, And they like everyones-that we know. But a healthy girl is the hest of her kind. And this kind in Fondy High you can easily hnd ' 194 F. H. h. - .loi1Ns'roN '24 Cause their happy and healthy-he it school or vacation, Theyire an asset to school. to state, and to nation, So good luck to you-girls of the Athletic Association. Page Sixty-nln -m.....m1im.-mi- w 1 LIFE I . II q ilu Hivntnrimn Herbert Linde 192-1- Madlyu Bauvrs 1925 G J! x.. - . J Page Sflllfllfj' LIFE F. ll -m.1..1.1....-11.41 .1 1... .1 1 1.1.1 .1...1 1 1..1..1 1 1 .1. 1...1 1..1....-1..-.1.-..1 ,14- QA 'Y N-4 W Page' S111 1113 1 LIFE F. H. S. 124 -un...,,,,...m,1 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 1.1 1 1 1. 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 -im..-iu.1,,,,1un1.un- Director of Athletics EDWARD FRUTH Coach Fruth in his many years of coach- ing the athletic teams of the Red and White has attained notable achievements and won great honors for the Fond du Lac High School. Putting champion basketball teams in thc field has been his pet hobby, and through his coaching, the basketball prowess of his youngsters has been heralded far and wide. It is many a college star that gained his first knowledge of the sport at the hands of Coach Fruth. A conclusive proof of his superior ability lies in the fact that he has given to Fond du Lac three state champion- ships in six years, a record which is unsur- passed and which by all cage fans is deemed unbeatable. He has inspired in all who have ever Edward Fruth I , , , been under his supervision a fightlng game- ness that marks the spirit of the Red and White in all competition. Another factor contributing not a little to his remarkable ability as a coach and to his great success, is the spirit he instills in the boys. He arms them with a definite motive to keep in mind when fighting their battles, the outstanding features of which are sportsmanship and clean play. The revival of baseball is without doubt credited to him, and although revived only last season it has already shown such a splendid progress that there is no ques- tion as to the superior position Fond du Lac will occupy in this sport. With such capable leadership and directing, nothing need ever be feared. uliddiew has many personal qualities that have made him a friend of every athlete that he has ever coached. He has always the welfare of his youngsters at heart, and whether in defeat or victory he always remains the same considerate MToot.7' He has given his time that the colors of the Red and White might be carried upon the fields of interscholastic competition with great success. Through his work many laurels have been added to the triumphs of Fond du Lac High School. After a creditable estimation has been given of the many honors bestowed upon the school by our praiseworthy director of athletics, it may readily be seen that he is well worthy of the title, 'The Miracle Mann. GORDON DERBER '24, Page Sezienly-tivo LIFE F. H. S. '24 -,,,,1,,,,1,,,,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....,..1.,.,1,.,1,,,.1u..1t Coach of Football T. E. ROYAL Welcome, Coach Royall In his first year as director of football, Coach Royal has attained very good results. No doubt his efforts will make Fond du Lac a formidable contender for honors among the high schools of the state. Taking the measure of Oshkosh 2-0 capped the climax and in itself made the season a most success- ful one. Tommy soon brought out the individ- ual ability of the different members of the squad and organized them into a fast light speed-machine that was feared wherever it was encountered. Just fresh from a half- back position on the famous Illinois team, Tommy soon instilled into his huskies the drive that made the Hghting Illinois team famous. Spring football training has been re-estab- lished under his direction, and for several nights a week during the early months he has had his boys drilling at the Coliseum. He has kept them active in learning the rudiments of the game preliminary to the first call for football which will be issued in the fall. Practice at the Coli- seum has mainly constituted drill in obtaining a good stance, in learning to wrestle, and in passing the ball fast and straight. Coach Royal accompanies his drills with his little talks that have already become famous with the athletic gentry of the school and that have won him many friends. In the short time that lVlr. Royal has coached at Fond du Lac, he has found a place in the hearts of all loyal Red and White color bearers. So welcome, Coach Royal, to Fond du Lac! ! T. E. Royal GORDON DERBER ,244 ASSISTANT-COACH BAKER When praising the good work of the football team, captain and coach, one must not overlook the great service rendered by assistant coach Baker. Always on the job, ever ready with a cheery word, he aided materially in the seasonls success. His main field of action was the line, and it became a line that was almost impregnable. Work of this type is not spectacular but is very necessary if victory is to be attained. Mr. Baker has not alone confined his efforts in helping to make football a suc- cess. He has shown his good spirit in attempting to widen the field of athletics. He has consented to accompany a golf team to the state tournament held at Racine. He has assisted Coach Fruth greatly in grooming a fast diamond machine. He has always mingled among the boys as one himselfg there is not an athlete that does not speak in high regard of his 'fBake.,' ARNO LENZ ,24 Page Seven ty-three LIFE F. H. S. '24 Carl Wagner RETIRING CAPTAIN Carl made his mark in athletics this year as Fond du Lac's nghting football captain and established a name for himself wher- ever the steel of the Red and White was tested in battle. He was feared by all of his opponents because of his dodging, twisting, open field running, and never lay down spirit. To the last second before the final whistle announced a win or defeat, Cocky never let up a minute on his attack as Fondy's plunging half-back, and battered or whole set his mates an heroic example. Carl will always be remembered by his alma mater for the three years he played on the Red and White football machine and for the successful season that had for its climax a 2-0 decision over Oshkosh, an accomplish- ment that has not been on Fondy's football calendar for years. Carl Waglier Pius lVlusolf CAPTAIN-1-:1.r3c'r Pius as Fond du Lac High School's plucl-cy and terrifying center of the 724 football team always threw a fright into the oncoming enemy barrage and as time warranted, hit the opposing line with a dash that battered many a hole for the backheld. He got his acid test in the Oshkosh game and made the husky Blue and White linemen jump. He is a veritable stonewall on the defense, breaking up many of his opponents, plays before they have a chance to get started. The good work of the '24 season should be well carried out by the leader of the colors of the Red and White in ,25. Musolf is a veteran of two years' standing and is noted for his almost uncanny recovering of fumbles, run- ning down punts, and fearless line plunging. ln Pius, Coach Royal will have a fighting captain, a hard worker, and an able leader. Pius Nlusolf Page Severity-j'o111' LIFE F. H. S. 211 ...,.,1.m1.t,y-..,.1 1 1,,.1,,1,1.1 1..1,.,1 1.1.1.1 1.,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -.,,1,.,.1,,,,1,....1t-H1 VV Fond du Lac 98g Opponents 39l The .l.923-211' season was one ol' the most successful that Fond du Lac has exper- ieneed of late years, one of which we can he justly proud. At the very lmeginning ol' the season the Red and White gridiron warriors started off at a great pace by defeat- ing Kaukauna 27-O in a decisive lmattle. The following Saturday, Fondy men won a hard fought game hy a well executed drop kick and a touchdown which came in the closing quarter of the fray. Appleton was the next scheduled opponent, and the fellows, after traveling to the College City, were defeated 10-0. It was the first defeat of the year for Coach lioyalis men, and it inspired in them a feeling of revenge which took the form of a well earned 7-6 victory over Beaver Dam. Manitowoc was gloriously entertained after the Beaver Dam affair, and in a roniping, dashing, splashing, and sliding attack the Fond du Lac team left the Mani- towoc aggregation a dazed and thoroughly bewildered lot-smothered under a 523-U score. Fond du Lac 2g Oshkosh Ol A win over the heavy Oshkosh squad capped thc climax of the season for the Red and Wl1ll6lill1 accomplishment that has been the ambition of Fond du Lac for many a year. It was the greatest game of the yearfa game that was characteristic of the rival schoolsfa game that was lull of punch, life, pep, and excitement. The season ended with the Fruthmen suffering a defeat at thc hands ol' the She- hoygan team, the only decisive defeat ol' the season. Although the Fondy lads were up against a heavier and more experienced team, they never for a moment gave up the fighting spirit which is a heritage of all true Red and Wihite color lmearers. It Przgw Sf-refill -fire LIFE F. H. S. '24 was this never-say-die-spirit that kept the score from being niuch larger than 23-0, since the Sheboygan team was of college calibre. Neenah, in what was to be the Hnal game of the year, cancelled her scheduled tilt with the Fond du Lac team. With this record behind them, the team of '24 and 725 has a well dehned goal to reach and with the opportunity for spring practice, it should equal if not better the record of this season. GORDON DERBER '21 Football "F" Men 1923-24 Carl Wagner, Captain Billy Dew Maynard Sonn Page Johnson Richard Pettingill Gordon Derber Kenneth Kennedy Erwin Hintz Pius Musolf Louis Aspatore Vlfilliam Tubbs George Svenson Lawrence Whaleii Gilbert Jentz Franklin Trier Lawrence Brunet Delbert Hutchins Carl Svenson A. F. A. Forrest Morrisey Lloyd Allen Maurice Fitzsilnons Frank Fitzpatrick Merlin Martin Eugene Dolan Summary of the Fond du Lac High School Football Season 1923-Z4 Games and Scores: Page Seve: Fond du Lac - - 27 Kaukauna - 0 Fond du Lac - - 9 Wauptln - 0 Fond du Lac - - 0 Appleton - l0 Fond du Lac - - 7 Beaver Dam - Fond du Lac - 53 Manitowoc - Fond du Lac - - 2 Oshkosh - - - - Fond du Lac - - 0 Sheboygan ---- 2: Fond du Lac - - 0 Neenah lCancelledl - - Total Fond du Lac - 98 Opponents - I ily-six LIFE F. Il. S. 224 IIIOHUH :E I 4 gf Z' 4 m fb L4 E7 L: C' C r co V1 E 5 no U3 .1 Q F ,- 5, as fs LT EU KE P4 'Z D' 7 in 1 FD ,- ,- TJ UQ 2: :T E D v- fb L1 A FD 5 fb 2 NU!!! .mrimlnw 'quud UU 'lllllll 'IIELIIIJN 'HEI 'ZIUQI' 'HOSIIIY ,IQ-ZSHLIBIN IlII?'lS!SSv 'UUUS 5199 .I 9 :MUN dnl J.1edx1g:I Wi! Il Zllgl 'SllllLlI!S U05 lllI01' 'Sllllllilllli UUQX 'lagll 'Alma 'auolnfisy 'IJ IHS UQAS 'I M91 1 X g. QM r 5 3 , ff N Page Seventy-seven LIFE F. H. S -mv-my-.un..nn-vm-un-un-un.1nn.-nu...nn,nu-nu1ww1vm-.u:aiuu11:u...m..nn....nu-H-4-.Hhtm...lm-in-I-nu-un-nu un W I 'agr' S even ty-eight IJFE F. H. '24 W Page Seventy-nine LIFE F. H. S -nu1nu1.m-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 141 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 ...1.m-nm1uu-- Page Eiglzly "IF 1 - --.fl,1,ff1.1.f:,. .L Resume of the Fond du Lac High Schoo1 Basketball 1'10Hf1 Fond Fond w 1' ond 17111111 151111 11 Fond 1 1' 01111 1"onc1 17111111 1'10I1C1 F 01111 1 1' 01161 14101111 17111111 1:01111 1'1OI'lf1 P01161 Fond 1701111 C111 11 u 1111 11 11 11 ll 11 u C111 11 ll cl u 11 ll 1111 du C111 du l1ll C111 du c1u du du Luc' 1,116 Lac Luc' Lac 11116 1,210 11111- Luc 1,111- 1,110 Luz' Lac 1.z11: 1,2113 1,110 11211: Lac' Lac 1411: Season 1923-24 Canms 111111 Scores: - 62 Rosvnclalv - 1-11 1.,o111i1'a1 - - 123 A11111111i - - 121 117. Gf0l'll Huy - 211 S11011oyga111 - 9 0511110511 - 17 E. Green Bay - 10 W. Green Bay - 18 Appleton - - 9 N1HIl1tO1Y0f' - 123 Oshkosh - 12 Ap1J1Cti111 DIS'l'RIC'I' 'I'0URNAMm'l' - 7 Oshkosh - 16 Bfv1'1i11 - 127 N0011a11 STATE '1'11U11NAw115N'1' - 26 A11-adizx - - 121 River 1721115 - V 20 AIJI71Ctl3Il - 32 SUl761'10l' 155 Oppo11m11s I2 1 18 10 I9 15 2 6 I0 I5 15 I8 5 5 6 41 .J 13 19 20 21 5 Page F112 11 111 LIFE' F. H. S. '24 Basketball "FH Men 1923-24 Billy Dew, Captain Page Johnson Arthur Wagiier I Maynard Sonn Bennie Moser Elmer Adams Hugh Hayes A.F.A. Delbert Hutchins Eugene Dolan Victor Huebner Frank Fitzpatrick Lawrence Brunel The Basketball Season l923-24 Fondy baskcteers set an enviable record in this yearis prep school activities when they scored 355 points to their opponents' 215. After having won fourteen out of nineteen games, they ended the season with the state championship resting snug- gly at the belts of the Fruthmen. To begin the season, they rompecl away with the Rosendale and Lomira teams in what amounted to but trial contests for the bearers of the Red and White. It gave Coach Fruth an excellent idea of the material with which he had to work. He im- mediately set about molding a light fast speed machine that was soon to be feared far and wide for its basketball prowess. Then ill the acid test of the season's debut into real competition, they niet, and after a hard battle fell by a one point margin before the older and more experienced Alumni aggregation that annually assemble to give battle to the high squad. The Fond du Lac lads launched their conference career in a world of glory when they emerged a ll?-10 victor in their game with the West Green Bay Highs. This contest was a veritable exhibition battle, being played before a large crowd of enthusiastic Fondy fans. The following week they met and conquered the strong and much touted Sheboygan team that had won the Fox River Valley Conference the pre- ceding year. All hopes of Sheboyganls repeating the honors were rudely dispelled when the fighting Fruthmen invaded and vanquished them on their own basket court. Page E ighty-two LIFE F. H. S. '24 -,.,,...,,,,1..,.1 1 1 1,1 1.1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...m.1,.,,...,..1,,,1,..1.. In their next league engagement, with the Oshkosh squad, they fell a 15-9 target of the Blue and White team, the first conference defeat of the season. In a revenge- ful mood the following week they greeted the East Green Bay High School cagers and easily tripped off with a decisive 17-2 victory. This contest brought fully to light the wonderful defensive combination that was so destined to win the district champion- ship flrst and then in rapid succession the state title. Continuing their winning streak, they invaded the precepts of the West Green Bay cagers on their own small floor and won a close hard fought 10-6 game. The victory was clear cut and left no doubt as to which was the better team. To cap the mid-season climax they defeated Appleton, that was leading the con- ference at that time. This fame clearly marked the Fruthmen as deserving of any laurels they might Win. A triHe overconfident, underestimating their opponents, merit and ability cost them the next conference tilt with Manitowoc 15-9. After this game they dropped in a slump that allowed Oshkosh to put the second conference win over in a 15-13 score. ln a brilliant contest in which Dame Fortune conspired against the Fondy lads, they lost to Appleton in the last conference engagement of the season leaving Fond du Lac in fourth place of the conference wheel. The Bed and White of Fond du Lac was carried into the district tournament with the odds greatly against them. but they came off the field of combat in every case victorious. The first tourney game was with the old rivals, the Blue and White of Oshkosh. It was a characteristic affair that marks all competition between these two rival institutions. The fighting gameness that is a true heritage of all Fruth- coached men was in evidence, and the Oshkosh team was forced to a defeat by virtue of sheer pluck and the basket skill of Fond du Lac. lt was the five man de- fensive tactics of the Fruthmen that decided them the victors and Oshkosh the losers. In completion of the tournament the Fruthmen encountered no serious difficulty in dispatching their remaining adversaries and disposed of Berlin 16-5 and Neenah 18-6. It is significant to note that but three field goals were scored against the Fondy defense through the entire course of the meet. Entering the state title meet with a great determination the Fond du Lac team swept all opposition before it. Although the encounter with Appleton entailed a little difficulty, it is sufficient to say that the best team won, and that it is lucky for Appleton that the margin of victory was so slight. The first game of the tournament was won very readily from the .Arcadia aggregation in an easy romp that proved but a test for the dash of the Red and White teamsters. River Falls was the next victim, and after a pluckv stand succumber in a battle in which the margin of victory was well defined, the Fruthmen winning 18-13 without greatly exerting themselves. The semi-final event was the hardest fought battle of the entire tourney, and it was only after a fierce tussle that Fond du Lac was accorded a 20-19 win. It was the superior stamina of the Red and White cagers that made possible a victory over Appleton. In the last game of the state meet the Fruthmen easily subdued the Superior team, and though the odds were six to one in favor of their opponents be- fore the opening encounter, never for an instant were the Fondy youngsters dis- couraged. They were but inspired to a greater determination of bringing home a state title,-and how well they did! They clearly defined their right to all claim after they had overwhelmingly defeated the much heralded Superior team and annex- ed the third state title in a period of six years,-a feat that has not been the lot of any other school in the state to equal or even approach,4an honor that is well de- served by one of the greatest little teams that was ever turned out by that able basket- ball mentor Coach E. D. Fruth. GORDON DERB1-:R ,241 Page Eighty-tlzrec LIFE F. H. S. '24 -,.,.1.m.-W1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..-nn1mn...un..uu1mv.. Billy Dew Benny Moser CAPTAIN E LECT Benny has been given the nickname of MLittle Live-saverv and very appropriate it is. His sterling work throughout the con- ference season and the brand of ball he played at the district and state tourneys mark Benny a comer at the game of basketball and worthy of all honors that may be given him. He is well qualified to lead Fondy's team of '25 and to set a record that should compare favorably with that set by the team of '24. Benny is one of those heady players that are born to do great things on a basket court. Be- sides this quality, he possesses the very attributes of a leader, a cool head, a never give up spirit, and a basketball intuition. Benny, We are looking to you to do great things with Fondy's basketball hopes of next season. Page lffglllfj'-f0Ill' Billy Dew RETIRING CAPTAIN Billy Dew as Fond du Lac's fighting basketball captain proved himself a leader tried and true. Winning the state cham- pionship basketball tourney is no small accomplishment, but the team led by Billy turned the trick and with a great deal of credit reflecting upon their captain. He is without a doubt one of the greatest play- ers that ever bore the colors of the Red and Wfhite. Throughout his entire career at high school, Billy has maintained a high standard in all competition, and will go down in the history of the school as one of the finest athletes that has ever been turned out by a Fondy mentor. Whether it has been in basketball or foot- ball, Billy has ever come to the front of the ranks by virtue of his splendid work. While we are sorry to lose you, Billy, we are looking forward to your doing great things when you continue your work at college. x 1 B 1. . .... if iff Benny Moser , . LIFE ' F. H. 5. 724 .....,1.,..1t...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Arthur Wagner Page Johnson Page is one of the best guards that ever donned a Red and White jersey. Johnnieis dependability, levelheadedness, and steady play have won him the unstinted admira- tion of all basketball fans. ln this, his second year, he drew a berth on the dis- trict tournament first team and another on the second all-state team. lt will be very difficult to replace Page next year. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1..,.1.,,.1,.,,1,,,.1,.,.- Arthur Wagner Art is without a doubt one of the great- est defensive players in the l'lid-West. For three years he has Hgured in Fondyis basketball hopes. We regret that he will graduate in June with Dew, Johnson, Hayes, Adams, and Sonn. That Art won a berth as guard on the all state team, is a true indication of his worth. He has be- eome famous not only for his sterling de- fensive work but also for his almost un- canny basket-shooting prowess. Many a long shot that Art has poled has sent the hopes of Fondy fans heavenward. ll ii .'.-, gtilflffitg :gi p A 1 W Page Johnson Page Figlnly-fim- LIFE F. H. S. '24 -mi1...,...m1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.411nni1un..nn1nn1nn- ' Maynard Sonn "" e Butsy won all state mention on the first I team at the state tourney and by his l speedy galavantings on the basket court made all the sport scribes stand up and take notice. It was his first year on the squad, but he filled the berth of a regular throughout the season., His leaving this ii .ih year will mean an added difficulty for tyf g. fly - fit Coach Fruth to surmount. Maynard Sonn Hugh Hayes Curly is one of the most aggressive for- wards that has ever been turned out by a Fondy mentor. He is a little speed cy- clone and his gameness has won for him the admiration of all Red and White sport followers. This was Curly's second year on the squad. His going this June will leave another big gap in the ranks of the Fruthmen. Page Eighty-six Hugh Hayes LIFE F. H. S. '24 1....1..,,....,,,.. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .,1...,1...,1.m1.m1,,,. - il . .". N Elmer Adfnms 1 Delbert Hutchins Hutch had his Hrst experience with the team this year, but due to his conscien- tious work all season he was given a place on the squad. He will be a valuable man in the building of next year's machine and with the experience gained this year should cut quite a wide swath in basket- ball circles. He is only a sophomore and has two more years to serve in ranks of the Red and White. Elmer Adams Mitz is one of the flashiest and shiftiest forwards in the Fox River Valley confer- ence as well as in the state. He espec- ially distinguished himself in the district and state tourneys, winning a place on the second all-state team. This was his second year with the squadg and since he grad- uates in June, there will he another vac- ancy for Coach Fruth to fill. Delbert Hutchins Page Eiglily-xmwrz Page lfiglzlyreiglzl Eb 'N :Hi nm I I I I I I I I I I I T I ii IF gh y Hi 5 of Fond ie Basket-ball Troph QU v-1 ,- E -1 C '1. 1 7 fc E rn S' M E ,.. 2 qi E -. ' 11' H s '-24 LIFE P4 c ,-4 ,nf I Q 7 E' E 73 F -F E. I P E E I : O :T A .E E1 +1- d :Jr lfllffflfb'-Ill' LIFE F. H. S -.m1,.,.1,...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1,...1,,,,1,,,,1 Page :Vin c ly LIFE F. H. S. '24 Baseball Baseball was ushered in on the balmy winds of spring and bids well to have a great season at Fondy. At the first call for candi- dates about fifty men responded to Coach Fruth, and with the interest manifested there will he plenty of competition for the differ- ent positions on the team. Diamond enthus' iasts predict a great year for the Red and 1.534 K White in this great American sport. NCurlyH Hayes was elected captain of the team at the first meeting of last yearis Wlim men. Hayes has had experience on last year's team, alternating at pitch and second base. Following the precedent established last year, the candidates were grouped in respect to their classes, and captains and managers were elected for each group. The captains and managers elected for each group are as follows: seniors, Sonn, captain, Flood, man- ager, juniors, Wlusolf, captain, Kleinke, managerg and sophomoresg Brunet, captain, Hugh Ilayes Cohen, manager. A league was formed among the classes, and games were played to decide the supremacy of the league. The object of the competition was to give the players some preliminary practice and to bring to light the baseball talent of the candidates for places on the school team. This is the second year for baseball as a major sport at Fond du Lac, and from the interest and support given it by the athletic gentry of the school, its firm establish- ment for the future is well assured, Fruth is coaching the sport and a major share of the credit for its success is due to him. Mr. Royal will act as manager. Last season was not a success in games won and lost, but it succeeded in bring- ing to light a goodly amount of material that went toward forming the neucleus for this yearis squad. Lloyd, the little youngster who created such an impression last year, along with Captain Hayes and Kleinke, will prehaps constitute the pitching staff for this year. Either Schmit, Brunet, or Flood should work well in the baekstop position. HButsy'7 Sonn will fit in any place on tl1e Red and White Diamond ma- chine with equal ease. He can hit, run, and field like a regular. Last year he played in the outfield but will probably be groomed for the short stop position this year, Rage Ninety-one LIFE F. H. S. '24 1..l.1.,..1....1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.111n...-.m..un1,,,,1..., Pius Musolf starred at third base last year and will be back on that position this season. "Curly7', the captain of the squad, is much of a utility man and can play any position. Last year he did himself credit at the Keystone sack and in the pitching box. Many of the sophomores who are in high school competition for the Hrst time this year are well qualified for places on the team. Coaches Fruth and Royal attended the meeting of the coaches of the Fox River Valley conference and drew up the following baseball schedule: May 3 Sheboygan at Fond du Lao lVlay l0 lVlanitowoc at Manitowoc May 17 Oshkosh at Fond du Lac May 24 Manitowoc at Fond du Lac Other games will be sought with Sheboygan and Neenah, preferably with the latter if they succeed in organizing a team. Witli the wealth of material in evidence, a very successful season is looked for by the followers of the sport. GORDON DERBER '21- At the Station Page Nirzeiy-lim LIFE F. H. S. '24 1pm-nu...nn....un1nu-animwinn-nu..un-un-uniuliminninniuv.1nu1mi-un..nu.-nn..nn.-.,m-n1..n..1nuiIu1un-1un- Ellen Utter Louise Rosenbaum Phyllis Vanllervort Gertrude Cody President Vice President Secretary Treasurer The Girls, Athletic Association This year the G. A. A. has had by far its most successful year. Officers were elected for the first time and proved themselves indispensable by their splendid support and leadership. The Captains of the teams were elected early enough in the season to insure the best of results. They were: Seniors-Alice Breitenbach Juniors-Eileen Rosenbaum Sophomores-Doris Cook A class tournament was held in March with the first sophomore team carrying oil' first placeg the seniors secondg juniors thirdg and the second sophomore team, fourth place. The Roosevelt girls' team challenged the winners of the tournament and were given an 18 to 0 defeat. Later in the season, the Garfield ninth graders played the Alumnae and were defeated 17 to 4. The girls were enthusiastic at all the meetings. In every respect the year has been a most interesting one. lVluch of the credit is due to the faithfulness and sin- cerity of the officers and to the efficient leadership of our coach, Miss Louise Beau- Cage' HELEN M1-:IKLEJOHN '25 Members of the Girls' Athletic Association SENIOR TEAM JUNIOR TEAM Alice Breitenhach--Captain Eileen Rosenbaum-Captain Doris Breeclier Marjorie Lyneis Genevieve Aigner Dorathea Rosenthal Gladys Ferguson Hazel Porter Esther Green ,lane Sorenson Florence Hallihan Louise Rosenbaum Agnes Laughlin Ellen Utter Bernice Kraemer Beatrice LeMieux Ethel Zehms SOPHOMORE TEAM A Doris Cook--Captain Xlarion Buckley lluth Lewis Iola Meracle Rose Sacloii Cf-rtrurle Cody Olga Matliwigr Mary Ridgeway Hazel Supple Helen Fitzpatrick Frieda Rusch Marguerite Roy Phyllis Vandervnrt Nlarie Holtz Estelle MeGauley Genevieve Salchert Ethel Zacksman Lueile Kapelle Acleul McGrath BASEBALL MANAGER TENNIS MANAGER Adeal McGrath Hazel Supple Page Ninety-three 1 -un1nu1nH..nu...uv-vwu-im..uu.-.1.K-nn-mi-n.1.-nH-nvi-nn-uu-nin-nin1iin-un--mn-vm-mn-nn-un1vm-- Page Ninety-four 5 L4 LD TZ U2 L11 sl JJ .4 :1 C6 W V -S f 'U E III D-I Q. 51 245 'Zi' O 1: Z as na E.: I? .2-J HE Ea ef.: ,- fi :Luz 3a .zv HE 4: no bmw - Oi iii in 37: CD3 , Q- EIL!- '1 a -a.: T: E31 SY E! -E4 GJ,--1 QE is : QD 'U LE J :Y ': 53 W o Cf. re 2 7- G L. A 3 .2 -.. ai O F augliliii. L lluy. Agnes ter. Hargueritn U1 llrfn E I 056 Safllllll. 2 1 ll. Lemieux. Ethel Zacksma Ridgeway. Beatrice: HIT Center Rower Doris Breeclwr. M Hazel Supple. Ethel Zelims. 9?! LIFE F. H. -I um-uv.. r-4 TU N I1 III Es ,Ii 1: cw .. L2 L. CD se 3: Ji L2 hm E O D Q5 'E 2. ra LJ L7 :1 m-J 2? EL ffl .Z 5 E U LI as ,- C-' Buckley. Bernice Krea Fitzpatrick, Marian ow 4Helen mR Botto .J E F E pm , 11 IL' r' S I' 1-I SD .- x. -i ,-4 LIFE F. H. S. '21 1vm1mr.-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -.n1nn1nu1mi1mi..,m- A little letter short and neat Prettily written and scented sweet VVhere i11 endearing terms you meet Thatis her Billet Doux. A stocky fellow built so neat Quick of thought and quick of feet Wlho helped to win the Madison meet Thatls our Billy Dew. JoHN HANSON OLII' Teafn A very line lad is our Billy Dew And Captain of our basketball team too: They give him the 1131116 of a Hscoring aceli For he certainly goes at a wonderful pace. Art Wagner with his 'Ll knew we wouldl' grin ,lust n1akes the ball in the basket spin. And Benny Moser with his ushooting eyei' There iSI1,t a basket he canlt spy. llll tell you now about HButsy" Sonn When heas in the game he just makes things lltllll. Adams doesnit say much, but then, Ol Boy lX7hen he's on the floor, he isn't a toy. Did you ever see Johnson make his 'Abeautilul heavesv? No wonder the oiiposing team always has peevcs. Now then for the subs, Del Hiitchins and Hayes They are both very clever and quick in their ways. Vlfhat about Coach Fruth and Royal, too? If it were not for them, now what would we do? MARJ ORIE WINTERS '25 ,241 Page Ninety-fue LIFE F, H. S --un-nu-nn..u v,..1 ...n11-vr-nm...uu-rn.-.-ul.-nn--n w-un-mv,.uu....uu.,..rzv....,,,,....-ml.-H-, .-N... ,,.-,.m.-nu--lm--m,-,yn ml 2 v 3 l'rl.se Nim-ly-six l,IFlu' I". H- S- , ,,....,,.-..,.... ...... Hin... ... ,.-..,....,.-H.-V .- ,...,..,.-1,-.m1m...y.,1-w ...,,,,..,.,....,.,,.-. -H..-..,..- -,,.......... .-, -1 I'ug1' ,,vfI1f'f-M5114 H LIFE F. H. S. 7' Paul Nielsen Teresa V. 0'Brien Marjorie Winters W. J. Sizer Erlitor-in-Chief Faculty Editor Associate Editor Faculty Business Manager Page Nirzoty-eight LIFE F. H. S. '24 y..1un1...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,1.,.,.,....,..1,..,1mv..m.- Qc staff 1924 1. Elmer Homuth, Senior Business Mazinger 2. Roger Gormican, Junior -Business Manager. 3. Carlton lVlauthe, Senior Business Manager 4. Williani Hirth, Sophomore Business Manager. 5. Erwin Hintz, Assistant Editor. 6. Marie R. lVleyer,Organizations. 7. Helen Beck, Literary Department. 8. lVliss Katherine O'Brien, Snap, Cartoon, and Alumni Advisor. 9. Jessie Peeke, Humor Department. 10. Helen lVlcCullough, Art Department. ll. Cordon Derher, Athletic Department. 12. Carl Wagner, Snaps Department. 13. John Hanson, Literary Department. 1411. Norman Voell, Humor Department. 15. Raymond Breitung, Literary Department. 16. Jeanne Tennant, Literary Department. 17. Irma Miesen, Organizations. 18. Miss Dora Fox,Athletic Advisor. 19. Gladys Sander, Humor Department. 20. Suzanne Kremer, Snaps Department. Acknowledgment , The editor wishes to express his sincere appreciation of the voluntary assistance given by lVlr. Ellian in the preparation and publication of Life. Without the untiring and efficient help of Miss Teresa O'Brien, faculty advisor, the constructive criticism of the faculty assistants, and the co-operation of the staff, this annual could not have been competently produced. The success of Life is due also to the valuable advice given by the Berndt Printing Company, the accommodating spirit of the photogra- phers and engravers, and the liberal contributions of the business men of Fond du Lac. PAUL N11-31.sEN ,241 Page Ninety-nine LIFIL I' H 5 M ,.... .... - ,.,. .- ,,., .. ,.,, - ,.,. .. ,.,, ,.,. .,., ,,.. ,,., ,.,. ,,,, . , , . .,., ,,,, .,,. .,., ..,. .,,. .,., ..,. .... ,.,, , . , . .... , . , , . . . . . 1,1131 Une llnmllzrl LIFE F. H. S. '24 gg staff 1924 l. Aubrey Amann,Humor Department. 2. Ralph Willis, Literary Department. 3. Tom Hallihan, Snaps Department. fl-. Arno Lenz, Athletic Department. 5. Leonard 'Warns, Typist. 6. Helen lnirnel, Organizations. 7. Alice Lurvey, Art Department. 8. Wilhemilie Menzel, Literary Department. 9. Miss Virginia Dodge, Typing All"l!iS0l'. l0. Miss Loraine Brenner, Humor Advisor. ll. Betty Cruenheck, Humor Department. l2. Miss Mary Lawless, Organization Advisor lit. Louise Thomsen, Alumni Department. l4+. Lucille Miller, Snaps Department. 15. Grizelda Kremer, Typist. l6. Ruth Gruenheeli, Snaps Department. 17. Vivian Johnston, Typist. l8. Elizabeth Serwe, Organizations. l9. Helen Mieklejohn, Athletic Department. 20. Ellen Utter, Literary Department. 2l. Agnes Laughlin, Art Department. 22. Violette Matthews, Literary Department. 23. Martha Birehbach, Typist. 24. Violet Derbeck, Organizations. 25. Miss Edna Capen, Art Advisor. 26. John Robson, Organizations. 27. Harold Trescott, Organizations. 28. Donald Klassen, Art Department. 29. Billy Dew, Alumni Department. 30. Ralph High, Snaps Department. Art Contributors to Life Allen, Florence Beck, Helen Curtis, Marion High, Ralph Klassen, Donald Koltz, Marjorie Laughlin, Agnes McCullough, Helen Simon, Erwin Page Ont' Tlllmirrwl On: LIFE F. H. S. 724 -nn1uu1lm.1..1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -W1..,,1n.........,1,..,1,,,,- H W t E E g'2 H A T Q tu B iii lilff R 'V' H 'Fi' " ' tt. HHH RWE I " ' llelen Mc Cullough Ralph High Agnes Laughlin President Secretary and Treasurer Vice President SENIORS JUNIORS Florence Allen Dorothy Roblee Elenora Fleischman Alice Lurvey Margaret Connell Frieda Salter Dorothy Heath Margery lVl,cCreery Marian Curtis Ervin Simon Ralph High Emanuel Newhouser Thelma Kaeding lner Songstead Margery Koltz ' Ruby Salter Nfargaret Keys Helen Soles Agnes Laughlin Helen Santee Leona Kohlman Vera Storduer Helen McCullough Ruth VC'altzer SOPHOMORES Lucille Wirtlt Laurence Du Franc Leander Freund Ralph Stehle Art Club The art club, organized in the fall of 1922, is composed of all students in the art classes. lts purpose is to foster a spirit of co-operation among the students and to increase interest in the art department. The most important work of the art club is fund which boasts of being the first of its kind some worthy student each year in attending an done to enlarge the fund. A sale of Christmas Christmas, added over one hundred dollars to and carnival was held in the early part of May. Page One Hundred Two the maintenance of an art scholarship in any high school. lts aim is to aid art school. This year much has been cards and a craft sale, shortly before the fund. An impressionistic exhibit Folders, on which an illustration of LIFE F. H. S. '24 ..lm1..,.1,,,,1,,,1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,- ,,,, ml ,,,, ,,,,1,,,,- Members of Art Club the high school was printed, were also put on sale. The folders were designed by a member of the art club. Many students entered the poster contest of the American Medical Association, and several attractive posters illustrating health were submitted. Several members of the Art Club have entered the poster contest sponsored by the editors of Hygeia, the magazine of health published by the American Medical Association. The winners are to be announced in June. lt is the hope of the Club that some of the posters will be prize winners. The following students have entered the contest: Ralph High Margaret Keys Agnes Laughlin Helen McCullough Emanuel Neuhausen Ruby Salter Helen Santee Helen Soles Lucille Wirth Page Om' Hzinrlrcd llIl'f'L' .... ................ - Fffiff Hausa uma Haas aaa ww W aiu T E ia W Hill ii mi w w i Hua M aura aaa Glenn Denker President CORNETS Glenn Denker liaynioncl lusten Earl Hankwitz Harold Wagner Delmore Pickert Anhrey Amann Herbert Schaub Walter Beau Pius Musolf Nat Born ALTOS Daniel Treleven Stanley Watson Vincent Musolf Alvin Floyd DRUMS Harry Le Mieux fSnarej K. Butterfield fBass.j Page One Hundred Four Raymond Justen Vice-President CLARINETS Archie Foggett James Kunasch Marlin Millar Amos Petit Joseph Washhush Carleton Glasow Maurice Fitzsimmons Julius Richter TROM BONES Arthur Voss Lawrence Gaffney Leonard Roeder Marvin Halbach BAl-UTONE Ralph High Ralph High Secretary and Treasurer SAXOPHONES Robert Bertram Carelton Boulay Harland Kline Zeno Lisowe Howard Strang Rudolph Gneiser Sam Kotzin Alfred Weeks BASSES Vernon Lyneis Lester Bunklema FLUTE Leon Bielerman. ll LIFE F. II. S. 7211 -,...1,..,1,,.,1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1... 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 .1.ii.1,4..1,,..1,.,,1,.,.. Fond du Lac Senior High School Band The Senior High School Band was organized in i922 with a membership of twenty-live. It has progressed to such an extent, however, that at present it has an enrollment of forty. The hand has been much in demand the last year, playing at all home football and haskethall games, as well as on various other occasions. School Band t'0h, teacher! What is that noise So quaint and queer?'i 'L ,Tis the High School hand A practicing, dearg They are preparing a joyful lay For our next Commencement Day Noll, teacher, kindly close the door l can hear those sounds no more. It may give them much satisfactiong To me it only brings CllSl1'2lL'l.lOH.,, Joi-IN HANSON '25 Page Une f1lUltiI'l'll Fit-if LE CEHCLE FRANCAIS Jessie Peeke Forest Morrissey Katherine Hirth Richard Pettingill President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer BURCOYNE CHAMPAGNE Le Prefetillorothy Heath Les Citoyens Frances Bastian Cecelia Calvy Eleanor Doherty Ethel Kath Edward O,Brien Ruth Waltzei' Alfrieda Wehner Ralph Vlfillis ILE DE FRANCE Le Prefet--llfliimie Ogie Les Citoyens Ethel Dohyns Leora Francis Wzilter Johnson Thelma Kaecling Sadie Meusel Mildred Phillips Nina Mary Ottery lnez SOIlEISlP2lCl l'agv Om: llluzflreil Sit: Le Prefet-Dorothy Brehm er Les Citoyens Marie De Rusha Lois Finnegan Maurice Fitzsininions Page Johnson Esther Kleinke Beatrice LelVlieuX Marjorie lVlCCreery Ethel Olson Albert Yelle NORMANDIF Le Prefet-Dorothy lleatli Les Citoyens Marie Allarcl Vida Atkins Marilyn Brunel James Flood Ethel Kath Forest Morrissey Jessie Peeke John Schoofs Sophronia Supernarfl Viola Vanclertnolen LIFE PICARDY Le Prefet-fO l i ve Schwefel Les Citoyens Ruth Funk Rose Hennen Milton Krause Ambrose Loehr Kathryn Malone Addie Pavey Richard Pettingill Leona Salter F. FLARDRE Le Prefet--ltlary Konen Les Citoyens Steve Anasis Margaret Carpenter Agnes Laughlin Lois Lepine Violette Matthews Helen Soles Frieda Salter Ruth Salter H. S. i24 Franklin Trier Le Cercle Francais . . Le Cercle Francais held a number of educational as well as entertaining meet- ings during the past year. The program of each meeting was in charge of one of the six provinces into which the club is divided, with the prefect of the province acting as chairman of the group. Besides the meetings a sleigh-ride party, followed by danc- ing and refreshments at the Ottery home, was enjoyed by about fifty members. In addition, the Mardi Gras festival was celebrated by a Masquerade ball given by the members of the French and Spanish clubs at the Community building on March fourth. Last of the activities was the annual picnic which was held in May, an event to which the club looked forward. The success of the club was a result of the deep interest of our director, Miss Ellen Hubbard. Le Cercle Francais Members Page Une Ilzznrlrcrl Seiicn LIFE F. H. S. ,24 '-5-1-" I II WW W HHH 1 S L 'il ii Wi 'F ' qt WH WW f EW Res Pulolica Romana CONSULEQ Helen Meiklejolin Helen WHl'llS l'llAlQ'l'ORliS Jessie Peeke. llrlmnus Kdllll'l'lI1P llirlll linger Ycllfllllifdll. l,l'l'l'gllllll lftliel Sinitllers John Collins Alice Lurvey Marquis Moore Elizabeth Sweet CICNSORES Page Johnson Q Eileen Rosenbaum AEDILES CURULE A PLEBEIAN lVIaurice Fitzsimmons Alice- 0'Bricn Anna Minnette llaentze Dorothy lleatli QUAESTORES Cenevieve Dobyns, Bitliynia Gladys Ferguson, Sicilia iia Tom Hallilian. Asia Helen lmmel, Urbanus Helen Beck. Hispania U11 Mary Agnes Boyle. Macecloi Lucille Kappell, Africa Ruth Lewis, Gallia N3fh0'l1BI1bli Eunice McCoy, Sardinia Cecelia Calvey, Pontus Rose Hennen, Creta Millicent Meyer, Cyrene Olive Collins, lllyricum Helen Fitzpatrick. Urbanus .lolm Robson, Numidia Marion Curtis, Syria Elmer Homutli. Corsica Stanley Watson, Sicilia George Wriglit. Hispania Cit. Ethel Zelims. Silicia TRlBUNl Marie Abler Francis Altman Tll0llfl0I'C llanclall Elizabetll Serve Lloyil Allan Lorraine Nass 'Xlarion Schram Olive Smith Wilma Walliclis Page Une Hlulzlrerl Eight Carlton Wolll' LIFE -,..,1,...,.,,11.-1-...1.......1........-.-...,........1 Evelyn Adalns Genevieve Aigner Steve Anasis Elna Anderson Pauline Bacon Monica Baker Gladys Balson Lois Bemis Robert Bertram Ermina Blakely Hester Blakely Kenneth Boulay Leona Braun Rose Breuning Raymond Buettner Anna Mae Burke Eileen Butler Niarjorie Clark Edna Close Gertrude Cody Nathan Cohen Margaret Connell Edna Goulahan Ellen Coulahan - Erna Davis Glenn Denker Katherine Diener Karl Dobyns Eleanor Doherty Lauretta Erke Grace Fadner Thelma Fadner Waldo Favreau Frank Fitzpatrick Anna Flaherty Mabel Flaherty .lames Flood Earl Foh.l Howard Folsom Esther Frank Ruby Frazier Marie Freund George Funkey llelen Gahel Carl Gerhard Elizabeth Gilboy Falvey Gordon Esther Green Mary Hackett Mary Hahn ,lohn Hall Florence Hallihan Raymond Hau Ruth Hankwitz Ellen Hanrahan ,lohn Hanson llelen Hardgrove Lneile Hardgrove Hugh Hayes Neva Henning Ralph High Erwin Hintz Hazel Hintz Genevieve llochrein ,lohn Holman Marion Holland Leone Huck Oscar Huelsman Helen Husting Delbert Hutchins Cynthia Ingalls Mildred lbs Raymond .lusten Ruth ,lusten Margaret Keast Joseph Keiran Margaret Keys Leona Kohlman Mary Konen Alice Krautsch Dorothy Kruck Alvin Lang Agnes Laughlin Beatrice LeMieux CTIVES l'ltIVA'l'l Silven LeNlieux Katherine Lewis Emanuel Lindner Eunice Lindner Zeno Lisowc Quirin Lor-hr Gertrude Lyneis Marjorie Lyneis Margaret Main Bernice Marcoux Blossom Markow Frances Mathews Lenore Martin Merlin Martin Hargueritc Nlctlonal Leo hlcffoy Estella McCr0ry Marcella McCrory Helen McDonald Fern McEssey Eileen M,cEssey Estelle McGaulcy Adeal McGrath lola lleracle Lauretta Mielke Gerald Milligan John Moran Brigetta Mtulvey David Murray Pius Musolf Vincent Musolf Minnie Ogie Marie Pahst Amos Petit Richard Pettingill Delmore Pickart Evelyn Proctor Paul Reilly Julius Richter Mary Ridgeway Louise Rosenbaum Dorothea Rosenthal F. H. S. ,211 ... .- ....n..-.n..qn-n....m. 1l'y Frieda Salter Gladys Salter Gladys Sander Helen Santee Edna Schiller Harie Schmit Milly Schorr Carl Schram Olive Schaurette Vivian Sheldon Dorothy Smith Ernest Smith Mildred Smithers Helen Stroup Dorothy Taylor .leanne Tennant La Velle Thompson 'Nlarie Thompson Louise Thomsen Elmer Thiede Hilda Titel Ruth Titel Harold Trescott Raymond Tulledge Margaret Twohig Ellen Utter Thelma Vandervoort Eliza Van Pelt Harold Wagner Edith Wallichs Robert Wfatson Alfred Weeks Hertha Wagner Willialn Wegner Alfreda Wehner Lawrence Whalen Edward Whealon Mary Will Ralph Wfillis Marjorie Winters Ruth Wright Senatus Romanus Page One 'Hundred Nine LIFE F. ll. S. 52 S 4 i iii KVMMERQILIL QLKIE Robert WHISOII President Vida Atkins Frances Bastian Martha Birchbach Doris Breecher Alice Breitenbach Lenore Damrow Rose Damrow Ethel Dobyns Carlton Glasow Lola Halfmann Hazel Hintz Elmer Homuth liernicc Hoyt Clara Blank Thomas Davidson Page 011.0 Hunflrerl Ton Lola Halfman Sophronia Supernand Elsie Schroeder Vice President Secretary Treasurer SENIORS Vivian Hoyt Vivian Johnston Leone Kalupy Regina Konen Bernice Kraemer Ferris Kropp Gladys Krueger Inez Kussow Frances Mauel Lauretta Mielke Irma Miesen Paul Nielsen Alice O7Brien Hazel Porter JUNIORS Lillian Engel Esther Green Margaret Reigh Oscar Rodenkirch Louise Rosenbaum Bessie Sadoff Elsie Schroeder Florence Schumacher Myrtle Stehle Luella Stellmacher Sophronia Supernand Elizabeth Wacle Leonard Warns Robert Watson Florence Zinniel Mildred lmmel Hazel Reschke LIFE F. H. '24 -.,.,1,.,,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,m1....1nn11m.1nn- Commercial Contest Fond du Lac representatives in the State Commercial Contest held at Vlfhitewater, May 10, placed in three events, making Fondy rank among the leading participants. Leonard Vllarns, competing in the open contests, made a high individual score for the local team when he won second place in the free-for-all typing and third place in the open shorthand contests. His record of 78.7 words per minute in the typing speed contest is especially praiseworthy as the material covered was particularily dif- ficult. His work was the feature of the local representation. Glen Kinkel, another local entry, won third place in the advanced bookkeeping meet. The honor in this is that there were eighty-two other contestants entered in the event. Nine students made the trip to the College City in three autonlohilcs and all speak in high praise of the treatment and entertainment rendered them. Three teachers of the faculty made the trip with the students: They were Miss Hahr, Miss Wade, and Miss Dodge. The nine students who made the trip were Glen Kinkel, Rose Sadoff, Vivian Johnson, Leonard Warns, Henrietta Friedl, Florence Zinneil, Grizelda Kraemer, Lucille Lemke, and Gertelle Manthe. Under the direction of Miss Gladys Bahr the cluh has had a successful year. From the proceeds of candy sales a victrola for the Commercial department was pur- chased. Helpful talks on various phases of the liusiness world were given. ln every way the year has been a splendid one. 4 Commercial Club Members Page One Humlrerl Eleven LIFE F. H. S. '24 E Q E in nw E iii H HH ' as Dil D Z D :." fl fl I'- C E Page Johnson President Florence Allen Elna Anderson Vida Atkins Francis Bast llelen Beck Raymond Bertram Doris Breecher Alice Breitenbach Marge Connell .leanette Crippen Lenore Damrow Rose Damrow Glenn Denker Violet Derbeck Gordon Derber Katherine Diener Ethel Dobyns Genevieve Dohyns Hester Blakely Cecelia Calvey Erna Davis Louise Thomsen Vicc.President Jessie Peeke Secretary MEMBERS SENIORS Gordon Dowland Marie Fagan Gladys Ferguson Maurice Eitzsimons Mabel Flaherty .lames Flood Hazel Hintz Bernice Hoyt Vivian Hoyt Page ,lohnson Vivian Johnston Margaret Keys Mary Konen Leone Kohler Bernice Kraemer Grizelrla Kraemer Milton Krause Ferris Kropp Gladys Krueger La Verne Kuss Lillian La Borde Marjory Lyneis Kathryn Malone Violette Matthews Carleton Mauthe Forrest Morrisey Helen McCullough lvilhelmine Menzel Sadie Meusel lrma Miesen Paul Nielsen Alice 0'Brien Marjory O'Brian Minnie Ogie Bernice O'Hourke Nine Mary Ottery Florence Zinniel JUNIORS Mable Dowland Eugene Gaudette Alice Lesselyoung Erwin Hintz Anna lVlinette Haentze Geneva Pohlman Willialii Tuhhs Treasurer Richard Pettingill Kenneth Pohhnan Hazel Porter ,lohn Robson Gladys Sander Elsie Schroeder Orlene Shea Ethel Smithers Helen Soles Luella Stellmacher Louise Thomsen Edythe Walliclis Ruth Waltzer Helen Wariis Robert Watson Alfreda Weliiiei' Viola Weideman Marge Winters Margaret Twohig Ellen Utter Lawrence Waclis SOPHOMORES Alice Lesselyoung Ruth Lewis Page One Hlt7l!lfC'II Twelve LIFE F. Il. S. ,24 -....1,.,y1..y.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 --M1nu1m.1,.,,1..w.. Scene from Little Women Scene from Solemn Pride ,B ' Members of Dramatic Club Page One Hzmdrafl Tlzirtccn LIFE l 1 JE r-........-......-..... F I ' W EIRLS. CLEE CLUBS? Q Violet Derbeck Doris Cooke Hester Blakely Mable Roumalne Presirlcnt Vice-Presiclent Secretary anal Treasurer Librarian Marie Adams Florence Allen Ermina Blakely Hester Blakely Clara Blank Carol Brown Dorothy Christians Doris Cooke Violet Derlneck lfleanor Doherty Dorothy Dille Grace Fadner Thelma Fadner Dorothy Cabel Genevieve Cuell Page One fflllllllfff 1'lfll1I'lC6I1 LIST UF MEMBERS Margaret Twohig Alive H31'flgI'OX'C Cynthia Ingalls Bernice Marcoux Estella Mcflrory Mario Meyers Millicent Meyers Mable Boumaine Claflys Salter Bully Salter Orlene Shea Fern Smith Olive Strutz Jean Tennant Gertrude Tc-sloff Hilda Titel E -i............. l , I,l I X' I LIFE F. H. S. '24 -q.u1,m1...t1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 ,... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1,,,,1ml1.m1m.1,,,,- The Girls' Glee Club As the sands of time record each succeeding year of the Fond du Lac High School, so they add glowing achievements and new fame to the already remarkable reputation of the Girls, Glee Club. There has been a high goal that the members have constantly endeavored to reach, and now at the end of this term the interest and activity of the organization have shown excellent results. Undoubtedly the ideals formed in this club will remain with its members, always encouraging the love and appreciation for the best in music. At various meetings and entertainments the club has presented selections which were always received with the enthusiasm and applause that bespeali the efficient leadership of Miss Els-,beth Korrer and the dili- gent elfort of its members. With the aid of the Inner Circle, an operetta, The Witch of Fairy Dell. was presented that displayed extraordinary talent combined with care- ful, painstaking preparation. The Glee Club took part in the programs of both the Baccalaureate and Conimenccnient exercises held at the Carrick Theatre. With such accomplishments, it is felt that the club has established a firm basis for any future enterprise and that its members will continue to enjoy its stimulating influences. JEANNE TENNANT '26 Girls' Glec Club Page 0116 Hundred I"ffll'1.'71 LIFE HRW Wil II W IR E E F. H. S. ,24 I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...I-mI1Iw1uu1uu..uu- , INNER CIRCLE Rohert Watson Erwin Hintz President President First Semester Second Semester Qfficers First Semester PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Robert WatSon Richard Pettingill Maurice Fitzsimmons TREASURER CRITIC Edward Whealon Erwin Hintz Second Semester PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Erwin Hintz Forrest Morrissey Richard Pettingill 'TREASURER CRITIC Maurice Fitzsimmons Pius Musolf MEMBERS SENIORS Glen Denker Gordon Derher Gerald Entringer Maurice Fitzsimlnons James Flood Earl Guell Clarence Heinz Page One Hundred Sixteen Page ,lohnson Milton Krause Arno Lenz Forrest Morrissey Merlin Martin Richard Pettingill Kenneth Pohrnan Oscar Rodenkirch John Robson Harold Trescott Robert Watson Edward Whealen George Wright LIFE Theodore Beck Irving Buck Roger Gormican Orville Hankwitz Arthur Heaton Lloyd Allen Raymond Breitung Alfred Buchel Tom Davison ' F. H. S. '24 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,..1,..,.,.1.,.,1.1.l1,,,,1M- JUN1oRs Erwin Hintz Harry Lemieux Marquis Moore John Moran Pius Musolf James Platz SOPHOMORES Alvin Fangle Oscar Huelsman Vincent Musolf Leo McCoy Julius Richter Raymond Tulletlge Lawrence Wachs Walter Weddig Vllilliam Wegner Robert Radtke John Salchert Stuart Scheel Laverne Touchette Lawrence Whalen Carlton Wolff lnner Circle , This year has been a very success- ful one for the boys' society, the Inner Circle. Most of our old mem- bers were faithful, and a large num- ber of 'gyoung bloodsv joined us. Meetings were held on alternate Tuesdays, the programs consisting of snappy debates, parlimentary drill, and speeches by prominent local men. The tryouts for the school teams were held on January 8. The trian- gular debates were held on March 21, Oshkosh winning from Fond du Lac by a close decision and Fond du Lac defeating Sheboygan 2 to l. The question debated was, 4'Resolved that the drainage project in the Chicago sanitary district, in so 'far as it involves the diversion from Lake Michigan of such quantities of V K water as may be necessary to pro- R. S. Brown, Coach videwadequate sanitation for the City of Chicago, should be permanently guaranteed, existing treaty rights waived and constitutionality conceded." Much of the success of the club and of the learns is due to the efforts of R. S. Brown who coached the club during the past year. MAURICIZ Frrzsmons ,241 Page One Hundred Seventeen LIFE F. H. S. '24 Robert Watson Forrest Morrissey Julius Richter Negative Team Robert VVatson 324 Watson as the closing speaker of the negative proved his worth. He was a very brilliant speaker and his arguments contained just enough sense of humor to make them interesting yet impressive and forcible. Forrest Morrissey '24 Morrissey, the opening speaker for the negative, made an extremely fine showing in forensics this season notwithstanding the fact that he was inexperienced, this being his first attempt in debating. Julius Richter '24 Richter was the only underclassman on the team, a fact which, however, does not offset his ability in the least. He covered his points well and disproved those of his opponents with great ease. Richard Pettingill Erwin Hintz Gordon Derber Page One Hundred Eighteen LIFE F. H. S. '24 Affirmative Team Erwin Hintz '25 Erwin Hintz, the junior representative on the team, was the opening speaker. His manner of speaking was of great advantage. He carried the audience well and made his argument plain and foreilile. Richard Pettingill '24 If there were an sJeaker on either team who made delwatine' a success it was Y l c v Pettingill. Overcoming all obstacles, he made the arguments of his opponents sound like a mere waste of words. Gordon Derber Derher showed real proof of his ability this season, proving himself one of the lzest delaaters in the history of Fondy High. He shattered the arguments of his oppon- ents to fragments. He displayed rernarkalnlc oratory and spoke with a fluent, forei- hle style. lnner Circle Around the Inner Circle Our Gordon goes a walkingg Around the lnner Circle Our Gordon goes a talking, Round and round he goes With never a sign of frown, But upon his opponents He is always looking down. JOHN HANSON '25 Meinhers of Inner Circle Page Une Hzmrlrecl Nineteen LIFE F. H. S. '24 m1uu1ml1un1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,-nu1W1...,1,,.,....,.,- E E 2 an wa Hui Q HHH ff ' wa LITTERFITI OFFICERS Critic -- ,,.,.,..1,1,..,.......w. - ..,.A,,, - Branch editor of The Allanlic Monlhly -- Branch editor ol'St. Nicholas Magazine -- Branch editor of The American Magazine --- Branch editor of Poetry Magazine ..... Editor of fozirnalislic Magazine Secretary ,...,,..,,,,......... Kale Cahill Marge Connell Gordon Derlmer Ruth Grueiilieuli Katherine Hirth Marjean Keys Mary Konen lnez Kussow Arno Lenz Cecelia Calvy Marjorie Clark Lorraine Nass Page Une llumlrud Tzrenlgy MEMBERS SENIORS Marjorie Wlinters JUN1o1:s Soenowlonns Jeanne Tennant EE I W9 Bi - - - -Katherine Diener - - - - - -Helen Vlfarns -, ..... Helen Beck - .- .... Elma Anderson Violette Matthews --------John Robson --- -Gerald Entringer Willllfilllllllf' Menzel Irma Miesen Sadie Meusel Paul Nielsen Minnie Ogie Bernice O,Rourke Ethel Sniithers l,aVelle Thompson Ruth Vllaltzer Tlielma Fadner llelen Stroup Btllljiilllill Thorpe LIFE F. H. S. '24 Literati The Literati, organized during the second semester of the school year l923- 1924, is unique among the societies of the school in that it is the first club to be formed whose avowed purpose is lo stimulate interest in writing of any kind. The charter members, seniors who are working on The Peptirnist and on Life staff, met together to vote upon the names submitted by aspirants to membership. Ufficers for the organization have been chosen on a standard in keeping with the aims of the Literati. Four students were selected to fill the positions of branch editors of The Atlantic Monthly, The American Magazine, the Poetry Magazine, and St. Nicholas, a fifth is in charge of a journalism department. A head critic super- vises the work of all five of the editors. The members have been writing essays, short stories, poems, interviews, and dramas, in which they have especial interest, and submitting them to the editors in the hope of acceptance by the magazines. Certain points are awarded for each article thus accepted, and a suitable award is to be presented to that member who collects the highest score. The Literati is not without its social side although it has been organized for a more serious purpose. The intellectuals of the eighteenth century were fond of dis- coursing in coffee houses, over mugs of steaming Java, you remember. Emulating their favorite pastimes, the Literati members have enjoyed informal suppers at local restaurants, fthe only type of modern Hcoffec housew availablej. Miss Ellen Hubbard, journalism instructor, has sponsored the organization as faculty advisor. The Misses Teresa and Katherine O'Brien, Lilian Carmichael, and Ellen Hubbard constitute a board of English teachers who aid the club. Members of Literati Page One Hundred twentysone LIFE F. H. S. 724 PIUFKTAFK KUARU Jessie Peeke Louise Thomsen Violet Derheck Katherine llirth President Vice-Pri-siflent Secretary 'llI'l'ilFlJ'I't'I' The Mortar Board has now successfully rounciefl out its second year of good fellowship. During the past season the cluh has gained a firm foothold among the Students and has become one of the largest and most influential organizations in the entire school. Seniors Page Une Ilunflrcd Tzrellly-tzw LIFE F. H. S. '24 -. .. 1 .. 1 ... 1 1..,.,,-.,,,1,,.,-,,,,1....- Under the guidance of Mrs. Roberts, our faculty advisor and member, and our competent officers, Jessie Peeke, Louise Thomsen, Katherine Hirth, and Violet Derbeck, we have passed through an extremely prosperous year. May the Mortar Board of 325 be as fortunate and successful as the Mortar Board of '2-ll ALICE O,BRIEN '24, Juniors Sophomores Page One Hundred Twenty-three LIFE F. H. S. '24 ....uu1mt..lt1. 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -......,,,........-M1.m1m4.. Egg WW Wi WW ft EW In its third year of publication, The Peptimist, under the fostering of the dili- gent, hopeful staff, has grown to be one of the representative papers of Wisconsin. At the convention of the Central Interscholastic Press Association in Madison, The Peptimisl won glory for Fondy High in being awarded first place in the group of schools with an enrollment of over five hundred. The year has been one of success. The staff has been well chosen, a slight change in management occurring at the beginning of the second semester when Miss Ellen Hubbard became faculty advisor. But The Peptimist is not a product of a few hard workersg it is rather an exponent representative of the whole student body. The circulation shows an increase over that of preceding years. Schools from all parts of the United States are on the list of exchanges. VIOLETTE MATTHEWS ,24 Page Une Humlred Tn'e1zty-four LIFE F. H. S. '24 Page One Hunflrezl Twenty-Eve LIFE F.H S 4 PKADIV CLUB Elmer Adams Gordon Derher James Platz Howard Strang President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer PROGRAM COMMITTEE lflmer Adams Bernard Bierhals Marie Blitzke Cordon Derlmer Katherine Diener Wlilhelniine Menzel Marjorie Lyneis Edward WhC3l0Il SENIORS Maurice Fitzsilnrnons James Flood Gertrude Hahn Fl orence Hallihan Alice Krautsh Arno Lenz Page Une Hzzmlrczl Twenty-six Marjorie Lyneis Curtis Mayo Forrest lVlorrissey Eileen Mclfssey Wilhelmine Menzel Minnie Ogie Richard Pettingill John Robson William Tubbs Edward Whealon George Wright 11121 i 11 I S .2 l --- mr1-- ---- 1-x1---1f-x- 1-1'-ml Juivioias Carolyn lleclier Herbert Laughlin lrving Buck John Moran Daniel Doylen James Platz Archie Foggatt Howard Strang Mary Hahn Lawrence Waehs Orville Hankwitz Ralph Vl7illis William Wegnci' Sornouomas Carl Dobyns Alvin Lange Marvin Cucnther Carl Oberreich Carl Villivock The Radio Club has been very active this year. To begin with we had a booster meeting when we elected our officers and program committee. At other meetings we heard many talks on radio and on lnen who have been influential in its growth. The members told of interesting experiences that they have had with their sets. At other meetings we tuned in on the club set and heard programs from all over the country. To lVlr. Baker, our faculty advisor, we owe the beginning and much of the suc- cess of the club. We hope that it will grow next year as it has this year. If it does, it will be one ofthe leading organizations of the school. Steadily grown until it now it has about twenty-five members. With such a splendid start, there can be no doubt that the Club will be an even greater success next year. Amo 'LENZ 724 Members of Radio Club Page One Hundrerl Tztfcnty-severz LIFE F. H. S. 924 LA TERTULIA Vincent Dubois Arthur Wagller Ethel Smithers John Hanson President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SENIORS Catherine Cahill Ellen Coulahan Wfilliam Dew Gerald Entringer Ruth Gruenheck Florence Hallihan Leona Hamberger Alice Hardgrove Hugh Hayes Margaret Keyes Leona Kohhnan Forrest Morrissey Page One Hundred Twenty-eight George Wright Sylvia Nehmer Christian Olsen Gladys Sander Ethel Sniithers Charles Stanchfield Harold Trescott Louise Thomsen Thelma Vanclervort Arthur Wagner Edythe Wallichs Helen Warns lVlarjorie Winters LIFE F ....,m1w.1. 1 1 1 1 ..-'11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jumons Carlyn Becker Lorraine Bruggeman Margaret Carpenter Vincent Dubois Archie Foggett Francis Gutreutcr Mary Hahn John Hanson SOPIIONIORICS Elizabeth Cruenhcck Oscar Huelsman Alvin Lang 111 1 1 1 1 1,..,1,1,,,,1 Kenneth Kennedy Alice Luryey Thomas Meagher Helen Pommerich Helen Scherzinger Dorothy Smith Howard Strang Williaiil Wlegner John Moran Ralph Smith Marcella Strebe La Tertulia, Fond du Lac High School's Spanish Club, has in the space of one year, established itself as a permanent, growing organization in the school. On account of the large number of students enrolled in the Spanish department it was decided that they should have an organization of their own which would pro- mote interest in Spanish life and language. ' Much of the success of the club is duc to Miss Elms, faculty advisor. FORREST Moamssm' 724 Members of La Tertulia Page One Hzmdrcfl TIUUIIIY-Hill!! Q1 1 LIFL F. H. s. 324 i E ' i W BUYS C LEE CLUB W H "H nu W lip ,Hu It My III 155, SENIORS Raymond Bertram James Flood I Forest Morissey Cordon Derber Page Johnson Richard Pettingrill Gerald lffntringer Arno Lenz Kenneth Pohlman Maurice Fitzsiinons Carlton Mauthe Carl Sveuson Robert Watson JUNIORS Aubrey Amann ' Reinhard Beck Theodore Bt-vk Erwin Hintz Pius Musolf SOPHOMORES Thomas Davison Lyle Devereaux Ambrose Loehr Vincent Musolf Lawrence Whalen THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB 1923-1924 This is the Hrst year that Fond du Lac High School has had a Boys' Glee Club. Soon after school opened in the fall, the members met and elected officers for the Semester. Carl Svenson Was elected president and Kenneth Pohlman secretary and treasurer. At the beginning of the second semester Richard Pettingill and Erwin Hintz were elected as president and secretary, respectively. Miss Geneva Pohlman was pianist for the club. The Club took a prominent part in the operetta, Witch of the Fairy Dell. Much ofthe success of the operetta was due to its work. Under the direction of Miss Stock- ing and Mr. Earl Brown the club has been most successful. Boys' Glee Club Page One Humlrcrl Thirty LIFE F. ll. S. 24 -vm1,4ii..ym1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1.m1,,,,1.nn1,i,,1.,.,,, The Witch of F airy Dell At the beginning of the sehool year the Boys' and Girls, Glee Clubs united to sponsor an operetta, the proceeds to be divided between the lnner Circle and the Glee Club Fund. The Witch of Fairy Dell was presented on December fourth. Miss Marguerite Stocking and Miss Letitia Edmunds directed the operetta. Miss Edna Gapen planned the costumes, Mr. Cleo Smith directed the dancing. Gordon Derher' and Maurice Fitzsinions managed the business while Paul Nielsen was the property manager. DRAMATIS PERSONAE bllAItGUERI'I'E,- daughter of Countess ,... ., ,...,.. Mabel Boniaine COUNTESS ..,,.-,,...,..,.......,..e... ---- Hester Blakely Counrigssi A'r'rENDAN'rs ..... - ----- Fern Smith HERTRAND, artist ----- ..e,...i. - .,.. - --- 1-IERALD - - Millieent Meyers lleen Bannon Vivian Kintzler Donald Klassen Edward Heister NANNETTE, Foster Mother of Marguerite --- ---Violet Derbeek WITCH, tGypsy Madgel -.---- ------- ---- PUNCH --------..-...-- .-..-.....- JUDY -.----..--.--..- -.. -..-..---. - Florence Allen - Theodore Beck ----Clara Blank Peasant Daneers --- ---Jean Tennant and Margit Fitz Water Cress Girls --- ----- -.-...-- ..-Muriel Severin M Anus ---- Louisa .---- Cnrnsrinn ---- ADALINE - - - lSABELLE --- ..-.-.-..-..- -- -- Bmrrnen --- ..-..-.. ......-.. - --- Cynthia lngalls Eileen Bosenbaurn Arlisle Bentler Franeis Watstwii Gladys Balson Marie Adams Hilda Titel lluby Salter Leone Salter Ermina Blakely Clara Blank Lillian Engel Cleon Banson Olive Slrutz Margaret Gordon Vera Schneider lsabell Schultz Frances Walgenliaeh . Harriet Funkey Buth Smith VILLAGE MAIDENS ------------------------- Lorraine Nass --- Aliee Lesselyoung ----- Dorothy Gabel ---- Helen Stroup Louise Hohensee Gertrude Smith Adeline Behlan Bernice Mareoux Carol Brown Dorothy Klinglmeil Ruth Hankwitz Gladys Salter Evelyn Kobs Madelyn Kobs Virginia Rauls Mildred Klienesehay ,lane Bowells Dorothy Dille Marion Biehter Gertrude Tesloff Bernice Foley lrene Baehman Grave Fadner Orlene Shea Irene Meyer Ethel Auibelang Genevieve Guell Thelma Fadner Alice Hardgrove Mavis Ebert Estella McCrory Blossom Markow Dorothy Rosenthal Violette Mathews Dorothy Kinkel Janice Kelley Mary Kemp Geneva Pohlman Alta Stauffer Lena Cohen 41- Vrzge One Hlll1tII'l'tl Thirty-ont LIFE -uu1uu1nn1 1 1 1 1 Gordon Derher Maurice Fitzsimons Reinhard Beck Vincent Musolf Richard Pettingill Pius Musolf Carl Schultz George Svenson 1 11m...1m1 1 1 1 F. H. S. '24 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,.-1im-.uu1nv1,,,,.-nv. PEANUT VENDEHS Lyle Schwartz Lyle Devereaux Allred Hintz ,lohn Collins GERMAN FRANKFURTE Carleton Mauthe llaymond Bertram Ambrose Loelir Arno Lenz FAIRY QUEEN ...... -- Queenis Attendants R SELLERS Lawrence Whalrbii Ervin Hintz Kenneth Pohlnian Earl Guell Robert Watsciri William Dew Gerald Entringer Henry Zoellner -T .... Buth Brodda 'Vivian Bottrnan Winifred Rawlings Lina Whalen Helen Ley Special Fairy Dancer ........ . .......,.,.,. Margaret Twohig tUnder direction of Mrs. S. S. W. Keys? Special Fairies Dewdrop .......... ,---- ,.... A-. ......... Charlotti Clark Ariel ...... --- Grace Currington Warrior .... H-- Eleanor Dieman Airus .H.. Lyra ..... Jewell .... Fancy .... Beatrice Warner Virginia Hill Thelma Barheau Page One May Murphy Inez Kussow .... Carl Svenson -- - FAIRIES La Verne Zorr Ruth Cohn Blanche Caird ORCHESTR A Page Johnson ....... Thelma Vandervort Elsie Schroeder ..... Carlton Glasow - -, Marlin Miller -z- Glen Denker --- Aubrey Ainann - Harland Klein --- Lyle Trader --- Accompanists -- Business Managers Property Manager Hunrlrczl Tlzirty-t1t'0 Gladys Wright Evelen Mullen Ruth Beldin Frances Felten llarriet Sclirani Mildred Boland Kathryn Toniasun Bcrgliot Hunileker - --- Piano -- Violin -- Violin c, Violin -,-- Violin -ec Clarinet ----Clarinet ---- Cornet --,--- Cornet Saxaphone Drums Miss Dorothy Christian Miss Mabel Ford ,------ Cordon Derber Maurice Fitzsimons una-- Paul Nielsen 1 LIFE F. H. S. '24 -nn G Lf m 1-v O -vu 'S P' Q '51 N 'W :- Q Sv. 'H Q .., T if C C5 N N. ...lw...+..... 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1.1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1-m1.m1m1nn1.m. Pugv Une Ilunzlrcd Thirty-three ......1.,.,1,.,.1, ... 1 1 .1 LIFE F. II. S. 'Z-L E E E y E E E air are aria iw ur E with fi Q Huw it ' aaa aria aaa The Fond du Lac Alumni at School and at Work Un investigating the many fields of activity we find in nearly every one that Fond du Lat: High School Alumni is well represented and 1-arrying on and upholding the line work and high ideals which were instilled i11 them hy this high school. In our large universities, in our colleges, at home and ahroad, we find our Alumni nohly doing their part-true to their Alma Mater. PROIVIINENT ALUIVI NI AT WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY AND THICIR ACTIVITIES C eorgia Stanehfield Ruth Alcott ,..,t.. Maurim-e Hardgrove Eileen Norton a, Andrew Decker a, Paul Kremer aa Vlfilliam Kremer , Marshal l lioudry - , - Leslie Ver Brycrk W Leslie Miller --- Patil Nehmer ..., Arthur Michler -, Leona Immel --, S- Hohert Trier ..,,.. Herhert McCullough Rollie Nlaloie .-,,.. Cecelia Doyle M - Viola Wood ..,, Leola Wood .... Glen Bauer ..,, Darrell Thomsen -,- Frederick Foster ,,- Lloyd Plank ..oi.. Edward Jenison ,..., Dorothea Koepenick ,,---,,,---..--.--,-----a,------Alpha Phi Sorority ----,-- Cartoonist for Octopus Member of Alpha Delta Phi ,,,,aa-,.MemlJer of Zeta Psi Fraternity -a-Speeial honor in Freshman English o--.--lVlemher of the University Band -------Phi Delta Theta Fraternity ,r-,,---,Alpha Sigma Phi -,o--,,----,,Camma Tau Beta ,,,--r,---,,,Lamhda Chi Alpha -,rPledge to Sigma Phi Fraternity ,--Pledge to Sigma Phi Fraternity -,,Pledge to Sigma Phi Fraternity ,W Badger Staff Prom Committee ,-----,,--Alpha Tau Omega --------Triangle Fraternity -,,a-Phi Ne Deta Fraternity ----- Chi Omega Sorority -a,,,--TNT61Y!lJ61' of Tabhard Inn ,,,,,----Nl8HllJ6l' of Tahhard Inn -,,--W7on class numerals in boxing --,,,Wl5I1 class numerals in swimming ,o,--,,,,--PIedge to Phi Psi Fraternity Beta Phi Sigma I-Ionors in Advanced Freshman English Head of Freshman Girls at Chadhourne Hall R056 'l'w0h1g ,-s,--, ,---,,,..,,,,.,-,,, a 4 ,,..,,,,....,, Junior Math Cluh Leomlrql Benedict YA,,Y,--,,,,,-,,,rr ...,,.....,,r C ommittee for Military Hall urn Sru :NTS AT W1sf:oNsIN IVlargaret Benedict George Sullivan Adolph Hutter Ilerhert Lewis l'Iarry Dittmar Hugh Folsom Nathan Waifflfe Langdon Divers Elnier lwinton Page Um' lillIllII't'tl Tl1f1'ly-folzl' hawrenre liadtke LIFE in-uu...m,. 1... 1 ... F. H. S. '24 PROMINENT ALUMNI AT RIPON COLLEGE AND THEIR ACTIVITIES Wava Finger ,.,,.,..........,.................. ---Delta Sigma Phi Sorority Wm. Seidlitz -- Frances Foster ----- Elizabeth Brietensteiu -- Carolyn Parson ----- Chester Rosenbaum Lynn Wells ------- Arnold Glassou Henrietta Kroes ---- Member of S. G. A.gC0llege Days Staff -------------Member of Basketball Team Member of Duffy Houseg Class numeral --- ------------Alpha Gamma Theta Sorority ------ .----- Delta Sigma Phi Sorority Prom Queen ----Humor Editor of College Days --- ------------- Honor Boll Student Member of Merriman Hall ------College Days staflag Smith Hall ----Associate Editor of College Days Merriman Hall --- ---------- Secretary at Bartlett Hall Wm, Fitzpatrick ---- -------------- C aptain of Basketball Teamg Helena Haentze -- Winifred Wise --- Gertrude Moore - - - Florence Hulesman Member of Woodside Houseg Official B. -----------Prorn Committeeg Dramatic Club Member of W. S. G. A.g Parkhurst Hall ------------ ---Member of Parkhurst Hall -Member of Parkhurst Hall Member of Parkhurst Hall OTHER STUDENTS or RIPON COLLEGE George Wiriters PROMINENT ALUMNI AT OTHER COLLEGES AND THEIR ACTIVITIES Mary Baker ----,,.,,------------- ---- R osary Collegeg Cast in Chicago Pageant Genevieve Gormican ------ Rosary Collegeg Poems Published in School Magazine John Collins ..-.----....-... .......---- -Notre Dame, Member of Law School Dorothy Hanson -------- Honor Roll Studentg Freshman Class at St. Teresa College Birdelle Doll --.----.--...... -----. Genevieve Shea --- Edna Shea ---- Kenneth Worthing - Helen Folsom - -- Kenneth Biggs ---- Clarence Simpson - Ward Gaffin ---- Alice Doyle --- Mary High -- Tom Breitzrnan Esther Hess - Arthur Darnrow Secretary Wisconsin Club Advanced Music pupil at St. Teresa College Honor Boll Studentg Member of Orchestra, St Teresa College -------------H-------..-----Poetry Editor of Echo Weekly Milwaukee Normalg Clyo Club ---------------------West Point ------------Kalamazoo College ----------University of Cincinnati ---- ----------- C hicago University ---------Swimming Team of Notre Dame ----------Literary work at Rosary College -----Student at Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago -----Pledge to Phi Psi Fraternityg Prospective Member of Basketball Team at Beloit ------Zeta Phi Etag Lion Dramatic Clubg Y. W. C. A. workg Cubs Club at Northwestern University -----New Mexico Military School Page Um' 111111411141 Tlzil'Ij"fiz'f' LIFE F. H. S. '24 ...1..l.1y....-...,1 1 ,1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,-I,,,1,,.,1....1,,,,1.m- PROMINENT ALUMNI AT MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY Joe Devine Ray Fisher --- Urban Pilon --- Paul Raidy .... Harold Hallows -- Wilson Boyle -- AND THEIR ACTIVITIES ---------------------Member of Alpha Sigma Kappa Alpha Kappa Kappa, Mem- ber of Football and Basketball Teams .- ................. Phi Chi Si Fraternity ----Alpha Chi Fraternityg Drum Majorg Business manager of varsity band --------------Alpha Chi Fraternity -Champion Debating teamg Clee Club Alphi Chi Fraternity Melvin Venue -- ...................,..... ------Commerce Basketball Team Tom Hardgrove .........a.............e........ .... ........ D r amatic Work OTHER STUDENTS AT TVTARQUETTE UNIVERSITY Ellis Hayes Pierce Blewett John Maegher John Engles Howard 07Brien Conley Nolan PROMINENT ALUMNI TEACHING Marjorie Finnegan .-,,-,.....,.-....-,,..... McKinley School, Fond du Lac Dolorosa O'Brien -- ..... Washington School, Fond du Lac Helen Krembs Foster Curtis MacDougal ...A -- Marie Krumme .... -- Helen Wright ...E Vera Litcher --- Harry Luhn .... Vernon LeMieux Edward Malone Roosevelt Junior High, Fond du Lac Two Rivers, Wisconsin --Kindergarten, Westlield, Wisconsin ------------------Ripon, Wisconsin -- - ...... Neenah, Wisconsin - - - - - - -Eden, Wisconsin - - - -West Bend, Wisconsin West Bend, Wisconsin Jean Nelson -,,,.,..,.,,,-...,,,...s.............. Campbellsport, Wisconsin PRONHNENT ALUMNI WOHKHVC OUT OF FOND DU LAC Arthur K. Wagner ....a.....,...................,...... .----...-.- C l1iCHg0 John Gruenheck .... ...-- C hicago Victor George .... .-.. C Hlif0rI1i21 Harold Hirth .... ..... C hicago Earl Whalon .... I ..--- Milwaukee Claude Atkinson --- ------- Berlin Arnold Urbahns --- -..- Cl1iCHg0 Allen Stanchfield ---- .... I Hdiana William Kellenberg --- Chicago Daisy Duer --------- .-.. C hicago Wm. Thygerson ---- James Proctor ------- Charlotte McCarthy Leslie De Voy --------- Bernard Dykoff ---- Fanny Kohler - -- Beynold Pinther ----- Page One Hundred Thirty-six ------Detroit --------Florida -----Milwaukee ---- Rockford -----Chicago ---- Milwaukee ---- Chicago LIFE F. H. S. '24 ..,1mi1mi.-M1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1.-.I..1,.,,1,,.,1,...1.,.,- PROMINENT ALUMNI AT LAWRENCE COLLEGE AND THEIR ACTIVITIES Margaret Wallichs -- .... ...w,....,...... , .4 ..v,.. Member of Alpha Gamnia Phi HL1dSOI1 BHCOI1 1--4- ....... A lphia Rho Chi House Manager of Phi Kappa Alpha Hanford Johnson ......L.L....,............L....,,.,, Delta Chi Theta Bernice Johnson 4 ...,,.L,....,..,... -. .........., Athena Literary Society Ina Dunbar ,... .,.... X Ioted most beloved girl in Lawrenceg Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Gamma Phi OTHER STUDENTS AT LAWRENCE Couiizca Louise Huelsman Barbara Buch PROMINENT ALUMNI AT OSHKOSH NORMAL AND THEIR ACTIVITIES Margeret Schuette Ruth Breltinstem ,..... a.,......a......L..,.. . .---- Member of Alethean Society Member of Alethean Society Phyllis Sullivan --- L... Member of Alethean Society Florence Blish --.. .............L..v...,,.....L.. --Nf6I11l3C1' of Alethean Society Sarah Jane Heath ................L..- - ..........,. Member of Alethean Society OTHER STUDENTS AT OSIIKOSH NORMAL Kathryn Morrisey Lina Balwanz Dorothy Dobyns Esther Egelhoff Dorothy Laughlin PROMINENT ALUMNI WORKING IN FOND DU LAC Oliver Schmidel ,............... .- ...... ,----- Harvey Schuman ,.,... Wilmer Schussler -- Louise Sutter ..,. Robert Waffle .... -H Winifred Wendt -- Tom Williams --- Margaret Hallock ...L ,. - Gertrude Hoffman Ruth Kiley ....,.., Marcia Fadner --- Eunice Loomans .... George McConabey Roy Thiel ......a Clayton Haentze E - Francis Ackerman Paul Breister -- Harry Chandler E- James Utter ..... Helen Schussler - Francis Masilko - - Dorothy Boyle -- Herbert Broome - Eunice Finger ,-- Estelle Gruenheck Caroll Hersey ..... Marie Hess ....,. Robert Miller E - ------,-s---Telepl1one Company ------------,Retlaw Hotel - .... Ahern Clothing Company Rueping's Office - - -EFirsf-Fob-d- -dd -Eau National Bank Northern Casket Company First-Fond du Lac National Bank -,-----,--------,------ Hopefs -----------------Hill's ---,---sRetlaw Drug Store -s-. ...... High School Office --,--------High School Office --s--Commercial National Bank --s---------,-- Cole's Bank -,.,--Haentze Floral Company ---------,Diamond Shoe Store -----Northern Casket Company , ..........., Reporter Office ----------Telephone Office --,--COlU1110llWC3lll1 Office ----,-E--Masilko Drug Store ---sljalmer House Millinery -,--,Augustine's Music Store --E----------,--,-Cole's Bank un ..,.. Gruenheck Dry Goods Store --------Brauer,s Clothing Store ----,----Hess Jewelery Store ----,---Huber Brothers Page One Hunzlrezl Tl1i1'l,v'-veten LIFE Grace Shingler - John Alcott ..... ,--OlTice of S F. II. S. '24 uperintendent of Schools Badger Music Store sBaker7s Nursery Marcella Raidy -H ,--.Mw,--w----- ---- Verna Finger .... Louise Anderson Harold Harhridg ---Office of Superintendent of Schools -s- ........ Continental Clothing Store e s-- .......... C. 8: N. W. Office -Menzies Shoe Factory l.yle Bacon .....,r .,,,-,H--- Ned Beaudreau -H Harold Bott --- Leo Brucher --- Charles Chandler B- Wesley Foshay ...,s Margaret Gormica lnsurance Agent ----First-Fond du Lac National Bank First-Fond du Lac National Bank Fl-- -...w--.- - Helen Gruenheck B, Harriet Nehmer --- ---------Bueping Leather Company ----,-------Penny Store Commonwealth ---------------s Home Galloway-West Company -Heirl Insurance Lillian Thrall ....,. .....-.... Tillman Kummero William lVlcKinley Carl Keyser -- Evelyn Nehmer Clae Rosenberg lrma Warns ..... W-- --- Roate Decorating Soo Shops --------Reporter Office Calloway-West Company ---------Rueping Office Beynold Pinther - - - College Cargoes Stranger pushing through an unfamili Acquaintances calling cheery greetin Friends renewed severed ties, Embracing, laughing, glad-to-be-back- It is life-lifel UM' gs s--OHice of C. 84 N. W. ,-e--Telephone Office a 1' mob- Students ring-eyed, fagged, and weary- Pretty dresses, parties, gay occasions- Active sports, clubs, lectures- Books, hikes, programs, plays- lt is life-lifel House parties, bright sweaters, sunshine Carefree strolling o'er the new born turf- Long Walks on soft wet roads- Lurking tests crouching at the end- lt is life-life. Short vacation all too long becomes-- Parting ways, separation-then Duties, pastime, enjoyment- Travel, rest, then the old longing.. ll is life-life. y C Page Une llmnlrefl 7'lzif'ly'wfglil Anol.YN PARSONS 722 LIFII 1 F ll S '71 . .A.,.4 1 1 1 1 1 1, .1...,,,,1m.1,.,,1,,,,1., J? ff f mf Ffd-f Page' fill f' llzzllrfluf Tlzillx Hill LIFE F. H. S. '24 ,..1.,,,1m.1,.,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1,..,,..1m41uu-.,..,1,,.,- Dedication Whereas this section is greatly indebted to its unwitting and unwilling contributors who have so kindly made themselves conspicuous objects for satire and-- Whe1'eas without them this section would not be in evidence, We respectfully dedicate this your hotshots: To you, who are ahle to appreciate your own cleverness. To you, who are good enough to take a joke and appreciate the trouble we had in obtaining it. To all those who so unwittingly contributed to Life humor by committing blunders in class. And in memory of the departed freshmen than which there was nothing funnier. The School Calendar an rzmrzmansraagazzaeccurzii mtrmrzrsua asmmnm 55 55 3 so SEPTEMBER 10-lVlondayfTo school we plod our weary way. ll.-Tuesday-All vacation fish stories have been duly related. l2-Wednesday-6'Tonnnyw Royal sends out his call for football men. l4+Friday-Hurrahl WC,l'C free once Il101'6. l8-Tuesday-Cecil H. ullflerryw man inaugurates his pet phrase, L'Whe11 the bell rang yesterdayf, 21-Fridaygl3ank day. Lend me a penny. 2fl1Monday-Raing no one reports for football practice. 25-Tuesday--'4Tommy'7 Royal says, "Do l have to hand you a blue tinted, per- fumed invitation to Get vou out for Jracticef' His heated lecture uickly l za . I fl . dries up the Held. 29--Saturday-The kick-offg Fondy 27, Kauliauna 0. Page One Hundred Forty LIFE F. H. S. ,24 Q f ,X ocrosi-:R ? f1eThursday-Senior class orfxanizesg our' old friend Page will pilot the grad- uating class. 6-Saturdayvlve continueg Fondy 9, Vllaupun O. 9-Tuesday-A certain teacher informs Art Wlegncr that he has the choice of either leaving the room or getting out. l2-Friday-Teacher's Convention at Oshkosh. lt is the one thing for which we thank Oshkosh. 13-Saturday-Fondy 0, Appleton 10. Too bad, weill get 'ein next. time. l6+Tuesday-We observe Nelson Tice purchasing two jars of Stacomb. He sure will shine tonightg he sure will shine. 20-Saturday-Fondy 7, Beaver Dam 6. A battle Hlloyalf' 24-Wednesday-Cordon Derber unlimbers another long word. He must have mis- taken a pocket dictionary for a slice of bread in his infancy. 27fSaturclay-Still goingg Fondy 53, lVlanitowoc 0. :El Q 0 3-Saturday-Fondy 2, Oshkosh 0. The first time in eighteen years. Three cheers for the team and the coach. 5wlVl0nday-The first issue of the Peptimist for this school year is out. Gordon and company sure are there. 8-9-Thursday and Friday-Teacheris Conference at Milwaukeeg for which we do duly thank Milwaukee. lO-Saturday-Fondy 0, Sheboygan 23g 'nuff sed. 13-Tuesday-Class of ,25 organizes for the first time. They act it too. lQlfwednesday-Basketlnall practice begins. T6-Friday-Classical Club election. Dick Pettingill takes his first lesson in snipe huntingg he walked five miles. T7-Saturday--Rotarians take the gridiron squad to Madison to witness the Wis- consin-Michigan football game. Pius Musolf elected next yearis captain on the return trip. 22fTlhu1'sdav-We are informed that as musicians the members of the Junior High band 'tthey practice in the morningl are excellent boilermakers. 23-Friday-Peptimisl staff takes a jaunt thru Commonwealth printery. Violet Matthews almost vamps the printer's devil. 29-ThursdayYfThanksgiving vacation. Cranberry sauce, turkey and pie, etc. Page One Hundred Forty.onc IJFIU F. Il. S. 924 I 1 4,1 7, 1 2M 14- -mi1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1ii.-.li.,1,,,,1.,,,1.,,,1,.,,. V , W DECEMBER FL Saturday-fpeptimisl and Life win high honors at Madison. Tuesday-The Witch of Fairy Dell at the Carrick. The witch's shrieks are with us still-in our dreams. Friday-Great sadness in 1Vlr. Younger's biology class, a frog Ueroakeclf, Wednesday-bliss Hortense Neilsen, famous dramatist, delights all junior and senior English students with the reading, Abraham Lincoln. FridayfSenior mixer at the Coliseum, and many there did frolic. 17ilVlonday-Annual Saturnalia Feast of the Classical Club at the Coliseum. 19- 21- Wednesclay-Male leacher's try their skill at bowling. So far, lVlr. Cochran leads with the high score of 57 pins. Friday-1Vlortar Board lassies enjoy a Christmas party at Bragg School. Also it is the last clay of school for '23. A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. JANUARY H I 1-Tuesday-lieap year begins. No wonder the girls smile. 2----Wednesday-School again. Oh my! i flf-Friday-l7ondy 13, East Green Bay 10, A good start in the conference. llfllriday-Fondy 24, Sheboygan 19. And right here begins Fondyls whirlwind finish. 1flifflVlondayfAlter two hours of explanation, Miss li. O'Brien says: HCet all this in your head and you will have it in a nutshellfl Must have been cocoanutsl l 15fTuesday--School Debating Teams are chosen. 1 7-- Thursclav-lxlational Thrift Week Observed. 'Save your pennies, young man il 18-l7ridaymll7ondy 9, Oshkosh 15. Hard luck. L Z43-T11l1l'Sfl2lX'iR3dlKJ club gathers to hear concert out of the air. The only station they are able to get is WEEK" HAWK" somewhere in Mexico. 25f19'ridayfnFo11dy 17, East Green Hay 2. Oh! Wlelll 26-Saturclayflxlow we burn the midnight oil. lEXams at handl. 0 01-Thursday-fDramatic Club presents Ken HShiekw Pohlman in Wllaking Father,s Pa placed, Shucksl We always knew he was papas' son. 0110 Hzzrzrlrerl Forty-lim LIFE I". ll. S. li 5 0 U l 2-- 1 fl. Hg -..,m..rn.- ,1...-...... -i li .. .... ,.-.. ,........ ...i.......-. ,. ... ..-. 1. ..r .- .... L.1--.miin.1w.1uu.-iw. FEBRUARY Friday-Fondv l,0. West Green Bas' 6. Fine work bovsl gTuesclay-New the bleak North wind doth blow, 1 And brings us snow and snow and snow. Friday-eFondy lil, Appleton l0. Some speed and style to our teznn. eh? Tuesday--The Boyls Glee Club is proving itself to he a howling sueeess. sllihursday-To my valentine. lFoolish question N733 did Vlfinifred get one from Art?fi Friday-Fondy 9, Manitowoc l5: we'll do better next time. 2lgrlihursday-Pepiimisi out, and the laeulty join in the chorus, urllllI'IlI days are 22ff I Zoe gone foreverfl Friday-Fondy 13, Oshkosh l5. O-r-r-r Vllait till the tournament. Saturday-Staff of the Peplimixt enjoys a sleighride party. Where? On the snow of course. V 29-Fridav-A3 leton ,l8, Fondv 10. A ear is a lone time to wait, but welll wait. . 1 P . Y D fl. lll l lf- lf? l 8 2 1. 472 26 27 28W t K-2-J Qi! X MARCH w, l , if ff, ' f 1 1 ,L 3-'l'uesday+The lf'renc'h and Spanish Clubs stage a lklardi-Gras at the lionnnunily Building. They say Ralph Willis drank 223 glasses of punch. It was very dilute, however. lklondaywvlle think of going to Oshkosh. Wvednesdaygvlle decide to go to Oshkosh. fTlllll'Sd3V--F01lClV 7. Oshkosh 5. Oh! BOY! And Oshkosh had their new uniforms all pressed to travel in to Madison. WOW! l7ridayfFondy l6, Berlin 5. Nice going. Saturday-Fondy l8, Nec-:nah 6. And we're distrivt Champs again. lflf l5f -Jlluesday-Girl Basketball teams stage a tournament. They do say that they pull hair something awful! -fllriclay-Junior Class wins little hw 1.-hanipionship in inter-scfhool debates. Vlle eonie out sem-ond best. SaturflaygFaculty banquet the dr-baters and basketball players at the 'kiiiltllllll Hotel. lVlr. Baker was right at honie 3111011511 the ladies. Diclnit ja notice it? H-Wednesday-Tournament opens at Madison. Fondy defeats Arcadia 26 to 3. gThursday-Fondy l3, River Falls l.3. Still better. Friday-Fondy 20, Appleton l9. That whirlwind linish again. Page One Humlrvfl l"urtyftl1rec LIFE F. H. S. '24 29--Saturday-Fondy 32, Superior 20. Hurrah! for the state champs and Fruth. 31-lVlonday-The day of many events. Pr instance, we had our hrst and last mass l 4 7 9 M l5 l7 24- 28 It .as l O- l 3- l6 17 20- 24 28- Page meeting of the year, the red and white Peplzfmist etc. aa Tuesday-April Foolis Day. We all bit more or less. Band gives a concert in the evening. Decidedly good. FridayHWe decide that Mr. lVlerriman's motions while in class rooms are from force of habit. He has charge of the band you know. fflVlonday-Banquet season finally ends for the basketball team. They say Page Johnson put on l9 pounds. Wednesdayf'4lVlud, mud, mud, the student brings in mudw sings the janitor. Tests, tests, all the time tests. -Tuesday-Roads are open to Oshkosh. Carl Wagner nowhere to be found. grllhursday--Easter vacation. 22f Tuesday-First casualty of the gum chewing season. William Van Pelt bites his tongue. 'l'hursdayfSenior Banquet. Jokes and eats. Monday-lVlrs. Roberts tells us she just loves to teach little infants, cspot-ially i , I MAY 5. ' W r llrw Q. r ...tn tt. . at il-llll1'Sd3Y-lvlf. Earl Brown comes to school with a black eye. We are informed that he played tennis with Miss Brenner the night before, and she surely swings a tur'ble racket. SaturdayfBaseball season opensg we play Sheboygan there. Saturday-Just seven days later than last Saturday. We played Manitowoc. Tuesdays-We just love the nice spring and mellow moong so does Lucile. Thursday-New summer styles are out and so is dad's pocketbook. l5- -Friday-Junior Mixer at the Coliseum. It was a grand affair. Saturday-We sock the pill and beat Oshkosh. Tuesday-Senior class presents A Message From Mars at the Carrick. Saturday-Baseball again. Manitowoc plays here. Wednesdayfprevailing question: What will our finals consist of? Um: Hzmzfrecl l"or!y-four LIFE F. H. S. '24 -nn1m..11m..... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 --nn-uu.1...,1,,,,1,,,,.. JUNE l-Sunday-Baccalaureate Exercises. Wle approach the end. 3s-Tuesday-Classical Club Picnic, and it flidnlt rain either. 4fWednesdav4Mortar Board Picnic. ogrllhursday-Vergil class dinner. 6-FriclayfCon1mencement exercises, and the end. Radio Wlieli a woman is sulky and will not spcakAExciter. If she gets too excited-fC0ntr0ller. If she talks too long-Interrupter. If her way of thinking is not yo11rs4C0nverlcr. If she is willing to come half-way-Meter. If she will come all the way4Receiver. If she wants to go f3l'tllCK'+CO7ldllCl0l'. If she would go fartherfDispatcher. If she wants to be an angel-Transformer. If you think she is picking your pocketsewlletector. If she proves your fears are wrong-Compensrzlor. If she goes up in the air-Condenser. If she wants chocolates-Feeder. lf she sings inharmoniously-Timer. she is in the country-Telegraplzer. she is a poor cook--Discluzrger. If If If her dress unhooks-Connector. Things Some of Us Cught to Get Ambrose Loehr ..,.......................,....,,.s. A gallon jar of Stacomb Dorothy Heath -- .... ........s............s.s.. A date book Marg Connell .,,. .s.. - -- Just a better understanding of Sweeney Kenneth Kennedy --- .,...,,,. A season ticket to every dance Eileen Butler ..... ,.,. A pair of good shoulder braces Lawrence Waclis -- ---A mouth that doesn7t rattle so much Jean Tennant ---- ------------------- A long dress john Gaffin ------ -- -- --- --- lnsurance against hard work Alice Hardgrove --- ------------------------- A good looking husband John M01-an ----- ---- - --A portable radio outht that he can listen in bed Larry Whalen -------------------- More money the next time he goes to Oshkosh Gordon Derber ------ A dictionaryg it will help him on his way to Editorial Fame Ruth Helz ----- --------------- ----------------------- A I iice young doctor Page One llrmrlrcfl l"ur'ly-five LIFE ..,,.,1un1Im1mI... 1 1 1 1 1 1 l". ll. S. '21 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -IIII1IIII1,,,,1IInI1,,. 0633? SINE E-VLBCQJE IEIIF' UJUIEIE GGQQMQUNG YW E ftitmso zai tiiwmosnwwmta K I 193 I 4 f .4 X IT vfouLoNT 35 A BAD IDEA IF BILLY-DEW TOOK ff'-' 4 N .XSEML1 xt Wu, w if J' 4, , :ON W5 CEASE T6 WONDEQ WHY MQ, COCI-IQANE KNOWS SO MUCH ABOUT UD PEQFESNAALISM m1fDEIQfECT, 5QuAItI?,S" I lAf.,:f,f x BIAIW K, , ,A, 6' .B A If A -6 .EA 1 : ' I A I 41 ,, , gut sz. .gif , 6 I-Q1 'qt' bin Y .ph-90,1 Z EAQLY TQAININC, OEVELODS TI-IEL GARAGE OWMEI2 -fif vi L fi, N , I? il QE ' if xx -H IR E CIA Iii - if xiiiii I H " nav" I, QW , ff ar' itil! X fl Xl! fuxplxxl x ppyl 51'Zin.fwI i igi 35,5 gi. -:L Ar ' K 6 -TL? ' I Ari, .,-..T- -I -..:.:Y:f:- Z -ll FEATUQING LQEXBQYQINEST-'Eggs r 4M II. ,.1-I P A T O L '- - A W 0 D :NB Y E 05,pF5fQ'f I-H1211 TO THE QWISE SIX DAYSIIL ao., ...mis Q ,IS SUFFICIENIL Miss Breitenbach-HI rvally think you ought to be an aviutorf' W. Voell-G'Whv ? " Miss Breitcnbach-uYou are no good on earthfi PM A PESSIIVIIST I believe rats are cooked in Chop suey. I ani vvrtain T have thc worst teachvrs in SITIIOOI. I never VHVC a rinq to a girlg I might not get it buck. U L, I wear Suspenders and a belt. Mr. Tinkham: NF0r tom01'1'0w, take arsenic- and finishithe chapterf' Page One Humlrcfl Forty-six LIFE I". ll. S. '24 Fondy I-Iigh Cafeteria ' MENU SOUP Noodle-Biggest of the bu1'1chfKarl Schultz Carrots-Red!-Helen Santee OySIPl"C3IH1 and Still-William Wegnei' FISH Shark-Pride of the School-Gerald ljntringrr Lobster--Good Sized-Lawrence IVIRIICY NIEATS Calf-Not so Stupid lifl-Alnhrose Loehr Ha1n4Vory LeanACarl Villworlx Cooseflieal Fatgllhodell Miller Spring Chicken!-Lois Finnegan VEGETABLES Potatoes-AIlVIurphys7'fMarjory O,Brian Irish BakedfCavin Boyle French Fried-Margaret Carpenticr Cucumber-Bill Van Pelt RELISHES Radishes-lfieddish Tool-Thoe. Beck Olives-lVI. Fitzsimons Pickles-In love-Page Johnson, Violette Mathews Chili Sauce-Cold Shoulder Brand--Art Wagner SALADS Lettuce-Swell Head Variety-Ellen Utter Leaf-Very Creen4Norma Drager DESERTS Doughnuts-Short and fat-Wlalter Luedtke Squash Pie-Marian Curtis Angel Parfait4Violet Derheuk lVIousse-Large Serving-Marlea Pommeriuh Peaches-Best on Market-lVliss Vlfaters Devils FoodfFreddie Cochrane Pears-Always Together--Don Klassen, Dorothy Brehmer FRUITS Lemons-Quite Freshflfugene Guadette Dates-Makes Them Frequently-wlVIarjorie Winters DRINKS Lelnonade-Leone Kalupy Punch-Kenneth Pohlinan MISCELLANEOUS Butter-Always Butts In4Tom Davison Rolls-Very Round4Lois Bemis Lady Fingers-fCarllon Boulay Irish Stew-Bernice O,Rourke Toothpicksfliose Damrow Page One Hlmrlrml Forty-seven 1 4 LI F la F. H. S 7 '-I1Uv!!H1W1N11VIH-1'IHI1-IHI-it!!!-vlwv-I1IV-'v-I111'H!I1-VIH1HH""'YI!I1-IWTINY!!IV'-"HH-111Nil!!VI-YIHI-v-llH"'IVlIv-VIVI-iI1I!l'YIH1IY!I-YI!!! VII! N Page Una Ilzmrlrwl 1"u1'ly-ciglxt LIFE F. H. S. '24 -.,.,1.,.,1,,.,1,1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1,1 11,1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 ,--,,,,1,,,,1,,,,-.,,,,1,,,,- Would Like to l-lave You Know l have pretty dimples ........ ,,A-, E ileeii Burlei- l am a dangerous woman ,,...... ---Ruth Grueiihei-lg l am of considerable importance--- ....,. Ed W'healon I R111 Z1 lJUSy ITIHII .s......,...H. ---Forrest Morissey l have something to say ,,...,. ,ssnv l iglpli High l have pretty eyes A.... --. Dorothy Heath l have lots of pep --- .... ------ O live Smith l am a woman hater ....,,, ,------ A rt Wfagiiei- l have naturally curly hair -- -- Raymond Bertram l have natural red cheeks ........... .-,----V ---, A I argarel Reigli We'v'e come to the end of school days, And think of them with true regret, Some were full of wild pranks and plays And some work weive duly met. Weid love to live o'er the joys and woes V Of the hours wegve studied so hard O11 Latin, and Math, and English prose And historians, poets, and hards But the clay we love best to recall And tell it oler and o'er ls the day we spent in Armory hall Cheering the learn of 1924. There is a young lady named Peeke Oi' whom a few words l shall speak She is fond of athletics N7er uses cosmetics And has no time for a shiek. Mountain Scenery at Fond du Lac High School This guide hook or map, as it were, has been carefully compiled by a special committee for furthering the interest at Fond du Lac High School. lt has been puh- lished with a View to the enlightening of visitors who come to Fond du Lac High School so that they may not fail to htake in all the sights they canfa Height of Stature ..,,....o,...,..o.....,....o,.......,,,,,.. Nicholas Ahler Height of Windiriess .... --- ,o.. Richard Pettingill Height of Flunkitude --- --- Franklin Schmitz Height of Duechness --. ------ French Cluli Height of Conceit ..... .... K . ljohlman Height of Kiddishness -- --- Any Sophomore Height of Pull ....... ,,,,,.. J essie Peeke Height of Broadcasting --- -Y, Bernice Oillourke Height of Grace ..s,.. .--- --- Dramatic Club Height of Handsomeness --- .,.... Billy Dew Height of Discord ....... --- Boys Clee Cluh Height of Foolishness --- ------ li. Whzilf-11 Page Une Hunclrezl Furry nine -m.1u1.1.,,- 1 1,1 -. .- LIFE F. H. .... ... 1 -. .... .- 1 .1 ...-uu.-.m-m- IH l-gf ' , , 1 -' f 2. ml ' ' il 2 , V f 9- Q-1: 1 A i ,. 55 244:21 - GQ? I Al ei I'1 f ' W5 vb fff if H- W 'Af U - - w . - Q .f " X-, ' 14 5 1, 522522222 sg Q ,Sw U 1- e L:m Q , i :NX 2 is f,fQf1?.:, ix N51 f Egg X z , -as A 14 35 Yr 1 :Q . 2 . Z N" ' D L. Six! Z F 5 , X 4 glfkxgk X ENV A lg 1 m c wwf 122 5:1 :ww QQN 1:5 Q BH' fn' 3 Q3!"5ff-'r3""4 4 x 'J X ,fxnspg Z n ,5.,,.,,. mx:-1 x N ,qv-uu '91 f f:f'c:Qy ' . I OZ ,E '4 Q m '4 0 P " Vi' . N Y'-X 2 C 2' S I .. 2 5 2 I - QV- -gli A 6,499 SN -K FN 4 NF. ED 5 NW 1 fg Q ,B ,yfsg In LL if 9 W 325 xy. 155 4! ,. ' 1 S ' Y' f II A .521 ,-,,--J, X ' y --L 1 as 3 :E V VJ- xf ,f QQ:-igqxxmfiaf g S , E gr: 5 V2 1 X K 4 z l' '4 C A E o m .Eg 4 ul ...VAL my 3 H 'WW"iSfffv,p.f! "9 - , H' f'fSQ1g,'ifA. 3 AX vi fi Y X M , 5 Xf 5 G- , 1515 E - ' - f' flmuzmnf wif-9' G49 0 o 1 - ,Q 9 ,L ja ' 7' 6.5 V 0 a ' E IIE ,. Q VX P W ag as 'Q ' 1- 3 11 3 N y 52 E 1 Q 'rf' f f U6 ,.,, 1: 5: G 2 'E 3- -c 'D N oo , it 0 and D m In E 3, E 2 S ul ' ' F -. 3 S .. ' 5 F' 'T f 4 U1 4 QV, ' ci Tl ' 5 N 1 Q m 1 I' . - vhzam-r'43-LN L - 'L' - - X -X A 4:ilW?"5k , , Q61-M - . ' , -9 ' A ' , 'if' V ik f D , C n- win .ma lt' I' QQ? f -1. fm x 4 Q 5 Q- My "W ff . gi Q ' - if: 41 ' rsnnqgsglgiggaxn '41 v L I v' gf Pugc Um' lllllllfllll Fiftj LIFE . . S. '2 , F H 4 l-lair 'A La Mode WOIIIII that someone would give me the girly-cue, Of the shingle, bang, bob, fringe and curly-cue! For the fiapper does her hair a new way each day, ,Tis a strain on my brain, all this changing display, There are times when I think Iill go wlid As I gaze on the head of each child. First 'twas covered with wavelets delectable In a style that looked really respectable, Though it seemed a bit queer to have ears disappear While the pad was the fad and a knot at the rear. Yet her locks looked both tidy and neat Which was no insignificant feat. Then a sudden return to simplicity, Brought ears into glaring publicityg With the hair pulled back hard as though slicked down with lard, This last cry from Paree cast all curls in discard While the ears jutted out in relief that was almost beyond belief. Now the girlies with shears bobbed their hair at the ears So ltwould flop like a mop in symmetrical tiers. And the fuzzy soubrette once so neat in her net, Got the hang of a bang or applied a barrette. Then Hawaiian waves ruled for a while In real Wild-nian-f1'om Borneo style. Next she shingled her mane leaving neck bare and plain So when spied from the side she resembled a crane. Each new fad as I've said seems to go to her head And the sight every night keeps me sleepless in bed. 4'Oh wad the Power the giftie giew her To see herself as I do see her. NoRMAN VOELL '25 HChaucer.7' . "No thanks, I'll take a cigarettef' MUCH THE SAME Karl Schultz--Nvlfere you ever pinched for going too fast? Larry Wfhalenf-MNO, but I've been slapped." 97 Ray Iusten-'ADO you know that fellow over theref, Ralph High-MYes, thatis Tom Nl. Ile sleeps next to me in Englishf, Janitor to Mr. Cochran: NI hear you are kicking about the flies in your roomf, Mr. Cochran: '40h, no, I was just knocking them around with my handf, Page Une llumlred Filly'-ollt LIFE F. H. S. '24 -.m1uu..m...- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1H1uu1lm1fm1un1uu- Page Une Hundred Fifty-two LIFE F. H. S. '24 Time Table of Tanks and Blinds for Oshkosh Tournament NORTHBOUND P. M. 1:20 111:20 --, 7:10 Mu--- Too early --- Best patronized -- Not so good SOUTHBOUND P. M. 10:28-fusually t11:l5J -,-.. .....-.... lVlost popular 12:31 A. M. 1:30 2:58 --- --- tpassengeri Last ------ss1----,llfxpressl Pretty fast for Hoppers -,- ....,..... t171'eightl Used by dead brokes call for HNight Hawks" PASSENGERS Philip Reilly f17irst Hidel li'1'a11cis Huber Don Abbey Eugene Claudette 1Cold Feetl John Caffin lldxperiencedt Walter liuedtke tplunipyl Robert WHtSO1lZ 'Tinished your oration yet? Dick Pettingillz MNopl Just made the first draft of it.'7 Robert Watsoxiz M0111 ltill be another of those windy ones." Mr. lVlerrin1an ton hall duty Znd floorl Boys! Boys! Do be quiet, you're right ubove the chandelier and youill come through the ceiling and light on them. ltas il wise sophomore who knows his own themes--after it has been red inked. It is easier for Ll camel to pass through the eye of ti needle than for Z1 usenior to get down the center stairs in the rush for dinner. Nluzzy Fitzsinnnons: Wlrzit do you do in druniutirfs? Vi Miithews: Oh, lim the new stage coach. lVIuzzy: Oh, 1'm the fast male. Yvhut do you do? Louise Thomsen: That Cut on your head must be annoying. Wallace: Oh, itas next to nothing. Page One Hundred Fifty"lhree LIFE F. H. S. ,24 .-. 1 ,m....m-m........1m TUIEHUIQ D112 21.2 .. mimi ' l"3Cy.Apa5'5l'k-ggofl' r' Q- Q 'X TAVXA , K f XR Tx N A N R713 63 IN db Q E2 'J' N' nv wiv! S, "'4Ef.Q- -i'.. ' :mae - R219 ef fs Mwmf. H .. , Q ' ,ll Look! Xu: 6:24, 4 H05 PITA L Q ARD I?-,ff-ff,--f .. 1f.'-Q-'A-all '. ,.. J f ff-'I N xx xx .Af ,.fff..1,-'ff ." . ,-,- ff-' Q ,1' 4: s Lfnmi- ff SZ' N ' I 'N' . f d 1' 1 ,f ag YB fic . . .I .1 N , X N 0 nf-1 'r--,...,.- ., - S I XFX . g . nv n ,:Q- D- -1, "J ' F , ' . 2' R ID E ' C R W ' Ii- L 1 ' ' ' L - I 5 W-BOY A rf " 4.f,31339gp'.3:q.:Q.-,qglzgtgi3:-1.-1:55 ff - ovwffyn - , H-gbfaa' ,U X NAPT A I .. ,.:,1Qfg3g .xiii-.5 my, V ,-E O FYQGZNTZZYEILR' - . I'- xml- In 'mum 4 1 1- . "' ' ' X 1 . , I . 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Miss Carmichael: When did the Renaissance or the Revival of Learning begin? Dan Treleven: Just before exams. Alice Lurvey: Oh! my teeth are getting cold. Ed Wagiierz Vllell, why donlt you put them in your pocket? Marcia: You wrote this excuse for yourselfl Freddie Cochrane: Yes, you see father writes such a poor hand l was ashamed to have you see it. HONOR SYSTEM K. O'Brien: This is the third time yougve looked on John's paper. Tom Davidson: Yes'm: he doesn't write very plainly. lVlr. O'Connor: Name three articles containing starch. John Callahan: Two cuffs and a collar. Pettingill: Donlt go. You are leaving me entirely without reason. Wilhelniine: l always leave things as l find them. IN B1o1.ocY Linus Venne: Where can l get some specimens of bed bugs? Mr. Younger: Search mel lVlr. Baker: The pressure of bodies at rest is called force. Give an example of force? Butsy Sonn: Police force. Dot B: A penny for your thoughts. Don K: I was thinking of going. Her father fat head of stairsl4Give him a dollar, Dorothyg ltis worth it. Page Une Ilumlrcrl Fifty-litre LIFE F. H. S. 924 1111111111111-.1. -un1uu..un.... 1 1 1 14141 1 1 1 1 1 I n un un nu mv Page One Hundred Fifty-six LIFE F. II. S. '24 -tm.1,,,,...m.1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 -.1 1 .1 .... 1 1 1. ...,,,y...,,,,.1,,,,.1,.,,....un.. Mrs. Roberts: 4gWl111t are the three most popular letters i11 the ill1Jl'lkllbCl?,7 Bill Tubbs: lrememhering last night's gamel Ml. 0. Uf, Wfriting is like thc pulling: the trigger of a gung if you are not loaclecl, nothing happens. ' liclitorial: llonit argue with a wasp. It always carries its point. Uur favorite hlm for the summer months: ' ,lack Knife A in Wllhe WHtCl'111ClUll.7, F. L. D. l7--ierce lessons Luong hours Unnexpectecl test N--ot prepared Knicked out HMEDITATIONS OF LIFE" No matter how much llllfltllallt oil we burn on frettinfr out this humor de artment c Z' C -7 C P some one will always say, Ml've heard that one beforef Donit laugh at the jokes in our columns. Some day you will be olfl and worn out yourself Smile if it kills you, and you will Clie with a grin on your face. It is better to remain silent and be called a fool than to s eak and remove all cl l p ou Jt. Some bright Frosh sent a poem entitlecl MlVhy do I live?" We'll tell the world we Sent it back to the author, accompanied by this note: llecause you clidnit bring this in personf' Farmer-See here, what are you floing up in my tree? li. Vllaclis-One of your apples fell down and l'm trying to put it back. Billy llewf-What is your sister crying for? john Collins-Oh, she read in some beauty magazine that weeping made your eyes soft and beautiful. Young sonfl7ather, what is the fllll-61'f'1N'6 between a taxiclermist and a taxieab? Father--No difference, my song they both skin you. Carlton Mauthe-l think-- V Flna Anderson-uBe careful, you arenlt usecl to heavy laborf, lEX.l B. O'Brien-What's the matter with this coffee? lt looks like mud. Hugh Hayes-Yesan, it was ground this morning. Page One Hluulrefl Fifty-5011011 ,IVI ---------- F.11. i2fz MODERN MISS She doesnlt like to go to school It doesnit meet her wishes. She Hnds it hard to keep the rule, VVhen told to wash the dishes. She hates to get up in the morn. And help her worn out mother And thinks it hard lines she was Herself and not another. Marie UeRusha-Do you come from the frozen north? George Svenson-No, why? Marie Deliusha-You dance as if you had snowshoes on. Sing a song of six girls, A poeketful of cashg Four and twenty berries Spent for fancy hash But when they took a taxi The boys gave three long hurrahs Hltas leap year, girls you know," they said Wfhe woman always pays." llilxchangel Mr. Newell-I like foreign pieturesl The MBroken Wall" is great. Mr. Baker liasleeplfl suppose Ma Jong takes her role well. lEX.l Clerk-This hook will do half your work. W. WendtfGimme two, quick. Mr. Sizer-Who was Homer? George LeMieux-The guy Bahe Ruth made famous. Julius R-Did you say you saw a horse with money in his mouth? M. Miller-No, hut I saw one with two hits in his mouth. Miss Lawless-What does this mean, Walter? Somebody called up and said you were sick and eouldn't Come to class today. Wells Schultz-That,s one on him. He wasnlt supposed to call up until tomorrow. Miss HulJlJardfAfter the battle of Marathon Phidipides ran for Athens. Helen Scherzinger-What kind of office is that? Jennings Keenan--lAlJsently 4-hewing the cover of a dietionary.l Miss WHt61'S taking the hook out of his mouth: uParclon me for taking the words out of your mouth? To he college hred, means a four year loaf, requiring a great deal of dough, as well as plenty of crust. Page One Hundred Fifty.cight LIFE F. H. S. '24 in-nn-nu-M11 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H.-..-,.y.1,,,.1,...1nir1,,,,- FUND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL J. .Hess-wfhis place certainly turns out fine menf, Friend-MWhen did you graduate?'7 J. HCSS1iiDlflIl,l graduateg they turned nie outfi Nina Ottery-ul tore my expensive handkerchief yesterdayf, James Floodgwlihat must have been a terrible blowfi Triggsfuffid you get the second question in geometry?,' O. Shaurette-'4No." E. T.-"How far were you from the right answer?,7 O. S.-6'Five seatsf' Orville Hankwitz-HHOW come the street lightis so pale?" John-HSshi It was out all nightf' Erwin HintzfuAren't you Owen Jones?', Paul Nielsen-MGosh yes! l'm owin' everybodyf, E. Hintz-ul hear they are organizing a new societvf, L. Whalon-46Yeah.', i L i E. Hintz-'gDamni Phi Nuf' E. Serwe44'Is this cup sanitary?" C . Brucker-ulVlust be, everybody uses it.', uIt's the little things in life that tell," said Betty Triggs, as she dragged the kid brother from under the sofa. Mr. Merriman-uStrange, your recitation reminds me of Quebecfi G. Derber-HWhyw? R. Brown--ult's built on a blufff, lVlr. Goodrich-HI am happy to see these shining young faces before me todayf' fSudden application of twenty-nine powder puffs.l Marie-HFather, is cofferdam a bad word?'7 Father-HNo. Why? Marie-'gWell, my teacher has a bad Cold and l hope sheill eofferdam head offfi Ellen Utter-HHOW did you come out in your eXams?,, John Hanson-JiKnocked ,em eold?', Ellen Utter-6'Howzat?w John Hanson-4'Got zero." uSay Caddie, what's that, a cemetery over therefw "Yes sir, that's the last holef, Wm. Van Pelt-'4What's silence Mr. O7Connor?i' Mr. O'Connorfnlt's what ou don't hear when vou listenf' Y . Page One Hundred Fifty-nine For Growing Children Horlickgs The Original MALTED MILK A hot beverage, in the morning, for the student, is very beneficial, especially when it is in the form of a delicious, nutri- tious food-drink, as in "Horlick's". For breakfast, and at other meals, it proves a valuable body builder for growing children, supplying both needed Warmth and nourishment. Rich, full-cream milk pasteurized, com- bined With an extract of malted grains, very easily assimilated. Ask for, and get "I-Iorlick'si", the Orig- inal Malted Milk, and thus avoid Imita- tions and Substitutes.


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