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

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'M 'Mia 115 ' 'J V 1 . . :24m,.V.1 nl' w , I 1 Copyright ERWIN HlN'rz Student Editor TERESA OIBRIEN Faculty Ecllzor Ll ' r r . 4 ' , 515: wk , Lv 'ru .ff " , fu: TV LIFE L 1 E E i- I 4 Foreword Memories are the most treasured heritage that happy experiences leave behind. High school life is abounding in happy experiences and therefore is overflowing with pleasant memories. Here many hopes and aspirations have been born to result in victory or in defeat. But either outcome has contributed some little bit toward making your life more valuable and more worthwhile. ln truth here has been real life, and that is what we of the 1925 Life staff would present to you. If this annual symbolizes the very best in your high school life and if in future years it will recall to you everything that is worth re- membering,-ethen we who have helped pro- duce this book, have accomplished our aim. I . 5 I . l5l the-fum f Ili, 'Yi' .Jn 15- . Q-,L -mx 'T' my :xXv?x Jil ,. K-fi'--5' "9 if 5 I QS M fl' .- fi' ff' "frail, I .?4?44l79' gi' ex xiao 'PFYNXQSQ ....... . . !QQ:1e::::::::::z:Nk 4f':::::::::,3Z lh Nl H6 'W ll! ll! 2 'ill fill H5 31 an fa We mourn the loss of our leader, but we are thankful that we have been privileged to pro- ht by his teaching. He lived for the great prin- 5 i2 Ciples of justice, honesty, and industryg he died i in the service of them. The highest good for those he sought to serve was his guiding impulse. Q: 1 EE The value of his work is unmeasured for it is ' moulded into the lives of others to be manifested 2 in terms of duty and self-sacrifice. 4 Q 5 His last words spoken to a group of fellow schoolmasters inspired them with his devotion 2: to his chosen profession. 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Q Miss Teresa O Brien K and it Miss Katharine O'Brien ' 4 N for their untiring efforts and their warm ff friendships, through which the students of the Fond du Lac High School have learned a higher meaning of lifefwe dedi- cate this hook. . i I i A ,, 1 F :uf-vw- 5 E A .i PM A----s f we--f f-we-f-P-f-'-,g,g.:g,f' ' " ' 'A " .... "t "'i:.i:T- '1" ..,-F Auxhff' L9l , .. LIFF. Mlss Tawau V. O'BnmN A I 1 1 - U I nf ' , .I . 's Q V Xi -41" V 1 - A I' " f" L 2' S -f-mwfWrr ww- ff ILL -A Lf af fr" -' -- ' U01 'ff 4, U LIFE ,X A x a L ,.. g 'hp " Aw' ,.,Lf,,v I N I w M., . X., ,x.-7 J- ' 'CFR . 3' fl Miss KATHARINE O'BRlBN V, ', Mix T'FN1,.f f "Aww PW'- gg' 1 I J K .wwf il Z 'Z K ,J - LLFE .., 1 vw- -5: .2-ti ,Y "fi-1 ' . f , f , 5" ' , .... 1 1 .,. . A .L 6 x WSW iE , Q A , , l .9 sy . 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Fond du Lac parents are doing splendidly in providing for the young people of our city. Fond du Lac students will show their appreciation through greater progress and better citizenship. Courses in practical arts will make it possible to connect the problems of the home more closely with the problems of life. There will be a variety of vocational work which will af- ford training directly for the business of making a living or in- directly as a basis for more extensive scientific study. Pupils will have a wide range from which to select the work best suited to their needs. A splendid gymnasium and auditorium should help to make the school the center of intellectual, social, and recreational activi- ties. Dramatics and music will be encouraged. Physical education and wholesome athletics will be provided for all. There will be a place for suitable social life. If properly used and administered, all of these should contribute to a higher standard of scholarship, a greater usefulness, and a better use of leisure time. .Fond du Lac High School will be as fine as we, its citizens, strive to make it through loyalty to its ideals. 4 Superintendent of Schools . , f ,-P,-K . ' " 'X-. . .N -, K,-. -- , . .. . I , .fat 'Y K ,..x t F, yf' , fx if mv- "fA1U'11ITTllLf"x-ferr-nnfifllalll' X ' ' '- ... 41 we ,G . 16 'Q 'f l - . L- Sk J -it ,LT .kj MFE 5 T1 V 1' v N Supnnxnrannnm L. P. Goomucu lg N 1 LX X:,.k1" - M A M uf, . kt ELI? E171 - , X',,..'.' Q I 'fl I' , , ,--f-- -f., ,,-t n , ' .. P' - --u.f.--HK. ,. M" " ' . A , ll I xy -I NN:-ALJ' 1 5-J. ,Q , ll Qu I l . x 2 A-I I Board of Education W l I V 1 X 1 l ' l S 4 A I I l ' 1 A A F, H. HEAT!! F. A. JOHNSON H. G. ROSENOW W. W. HLTGIiES F. HOHENSEE A, L. P.CvOUDRlCH MRs.E, L.MENDENIIAI.I. DR. P. J.CALvY Mas. P.H. MARTIN Maron HAENTZE 'K ,I I "D l We are particularly fortunate in having a school board such as ours. The profound interest and enthusiasm shown by this body is indeed encouraging l to the students of the high school. The students of Fond du Lac High school, .gg are desirous of expressing our sincere gratitude for the cooperation and the interest evidenced toward us by the school board. 4, lx OLIVE SMITH '27 ' lx X Yu I I fl 1, I 9 , 4 4 YI 1 ' I -2 1,1 A F'-v. 1 I ' ...' '- . , , i Q," A V- -L , If-'IES -' ' . I I ' ,- ,Q slv -'V , 'Ip .1 0.-1 f-T V W' L' ' ' I 'A ' tl' I 181 w.. I ' ..,, . l I FLIYXILTY I X ,-'i . . 1- - T" - . 1 L-. "' - -1,4M,.- ,-'xrvgv ,, ,-i X- M.. . L.. Ass1sTANT-PRINCIPAL ELIZABETH A. Wnmzs 'Fx 5 1 , gi 5 Li . f 4 ,Il gs -Y' E203 4' NL -- Q, , -. , 1 'N -Ya-"':'.'N'w F4 , . NY. -" L A - Q I N x lcrcu Y. O'liu:n AIc,u15ulll Rubens Kguhcrmc O'Hnrn I.mmr licnucagr Haul nf l-'nglulx Drpuuucnl lxngllsh linglnh lilxgluh Yrrrm Baker Margun Wxlwun Ern:-.rxncjcnmm l.xll1.nn H, Lgrnmlue-I W -I. Swcr lfngllwh Iinglnsh Hmnry and Fnglnh Fnglxsh .md Ifuumlnlw Ilud ul Ihsmrv Drparllnrnr l.nr.nnc Hrrnnrr Marv l..awlcn K' If. Tlpmn if H Mcrlllnxn I1.nl D llmwn lhsmzy Humry History lmonulnnu I-,unmumx I Ilcu O'Ncul Annu Ll. Ryder Dura Fox :Klbcru Tum I-'rnnnr Hun. M.uh:1n,mU Hr.:-I ul Lum Dcpgnrunruz Lierlum Lum Spmnsh VI , , 9 I ' E g ' ' 5' . . . fl ' ,, x , W" ,L I 21 . in J " -Q - - LJ ' ' g.. F s I v 1' 4 , I :XX N. !l' Y 1 .'1 Q . .AN 9-,nl V! -: U V ,zflrl ' 4' . ., H 1? - 1 Q r- L 1 IT 1 A ff N NX .-f. lltl xg. Ll' Ji--X HJ- --- I 1 . S.n.xh II. Dukcr ll T, llmhrnn Frulh liurdm1 If U'l mmm H4-.nl nf IN1arhcx1ml1u IN1.arhcn1.um Maxhcmnuu Hand ul Sucmc Dcpqnuxmu Dcpullnuur Rubrrr A. Walt li. lf. Baker G. W. Yuunqrr james A. jones I.lnz,1bclh M Brown K hrmmry Physics Blolugy Biology I-'ngllsh-Hnulugy Mnrlurw lfnllwmmd M.ug.ucu Sweeney Julia A, Run I.. F. Ncwrll l.lhr,xr1.nu Amsnnval l.nbr,m.1n Arr Hand of Cumvlmcnul Kmmncnld Dcp.mmr:nr llluuhc O'lhucn H4-lcn Wade Mann- Fnnumc Rcgmm 14.411 S.nr.xh Dcunn l.ummcrLul L ulnmcn ml Lummcrual llornmcrcul Lummcrual I si ' 14, 'fi . 1 . 4 . v A . ' 1 7- ' " V. 7 :NN ' ' . .' yi.".Q r ' -.1 1' ' . - Wu ' " r pb " Q : - . 4 . . Y u J' ff ' I "TY - 1 I , vi . Il- -. - I 22 I ' . -of 4 - . -0' R ' -iw I 4 Ydcrm 1.1111 I QLASSES V231 ...xx-I, , -W U -P2 lsllfl .----'LL R bvqipv ,dim .1et,3,, Wa- t i ful' W' ,I A' ling 5 V ll! A A' ' L "ik Q l ' .'.-gy, f Enwm H1NTz MARGARET MAIN Valedictorian Salutatorian Helen Meiklejohn Thelma Fadner Helen Ragatz Ellen Utter Mary Hahn Eunice Lindner Elizabeth Sweet Esther Happe Walter Wedclig Helen Immel Marguerite Roy Margaret Carpenter James Platz Clara Blank Roger Gormican Agnes Laughlin August Bartelt Esther Green Carlyn Becker 24 ,J A 1'i..4v,1-V, . . 3 L3--il I h ,, -fg - I 1-1 r , "N L r . '-'f' ' f "' ' i I 'f- ' I In ,, -' ' I J 'f -- 'V' f- ' - c .rf ah., V ,H -,,- X X f' - -c. L 7 v 7-vw--1 Y . 41 I L-- n-. .fx ,f-X : . ,L 1 , -'1"'1-r K ""' , N x I I X 1 Qlgvmgream W lv 1 XI 6 D.Mo5E'Q. ra MusoL.F ' auvrzn, r pf? '51 ' 'f"'-.:'.' ' ' ,fa M1 ,,, rv ' 1 12 GOQMQCAN T1 Msn-ceworm v HEHYH 1 , I X K 5 , ' I A a f , ' EMHINTZ-I f KEENAN 5 DQLAN ' A . , .Q N.. J -..J -L , I: 6 pr X x ,r 6 .35 fi-xx' 3 b , i ,'. f'n4.Qx -Q :AK . .,'-- -Lwfbn .. .. -A-bx E251 '. Ca s l,l FF x . ' W ,, 'Il' A..-" ..,3j1.Ilf-- I.. A lirwin E. Hintz Edna Schiller Ralph L. High President Roger Gorinican Vice-President Lucille Miller Sccretarv Treasurer Social Secretary 1 ERVVIN E. Hirsrrz General Cnursc Pres. Senior Classg Class Valeilictoriang Font- ball, 'jg Basebzlll 3g Dcbatil1g'4F"3-45 Class Vice-Pres. 'iglnncr Circle l-2-3-4g Pres. Bi Class X Ice-Pres. Bglnncr Circle l-Z-3--lg Pres. 3. Dramatic Club 3-4g Classical Club 2-3--l,Scicnce Club 4g Glec Club 'jg l'cprmn.ir 2-4g Llfr 2-3-4g lirlimr 4g "Nam bn! llllllffff aw be f1i.r jliznlfleff' Room CSORMICAN General Course Class Trcas. 4g Classical Club 1-5-4g Class De- bating Eg Science Club 4g Railio Club 4g lnner RALPH L. HIGH General Cuursc Class Seca' 45 Band 2-3-44 Vice-Pres. 3. Arr Club 3g Scc'y-Trcas '59 Class Treas. 3g "Tim lirglmrt Hlxllllllml n.rnlv.r Ill 1lIffW.l'lflllll, nut Ill mare 1rJri'ffi'it." EDNA SCiiii.i.isR General Course Class Vice-Pres. -lg Mortar Board 3--lg Seca' 4g Dramatic Club 3-4g Commercial Club -lg Radio Club 44 Science Club 49 Class Play "Yuutlv rwmhf bn! azlrr In .1 llf!'flIIlz'.H LUCILLIE lVlii.i.izR Cnmniercial Cinursc j, K."'l' - g P 4' Driniari' Cl l ' Clin . . . . J ,HL L 3 4 ru ' I L U 1 4' Us Class Social Sec y 4g Mortar Board 2-3--lg Papri- lll'P" win 25 Commercial Club 2-3--lQ G. A. A, lg H W Dramatic Club 3-4 Izwfy 'mul l.r u iwflmlr, If-'VHII kll0ll' lmu' fu mm' limi." i'Your brit, -your .ruwtut empire lr to pli'a.rr." , 1. 1 ' -f-4 I I L xx 1- x -.. I ' ij s . , v' , "-u.i -f-1, HF- '7l'1 .g,,- J It It -A L . l26l A - ,J 1,4 . 1 fa 'TS 4'-N V J L w v--v l ,. .,:kj,k i W--ff' XTR l 'i 5 I a Genevieve A. Aigner Aubrey Eugene Amaun Louise Aspatore LaVerne Aucliue Gizmsviizvis A. Aicmian General Course G. A. A. 3, Frencli Club -lg Dramatic Club 3--lg Mortar lloartl 3-43 Classical Club l-2-3--lg Science Club 4 "l.i't',i'i'l1fq1' n.'1r,ref:u',r .lr fuug .Lf ui 1 H1 Aiiixiiiax' Euoizisiiz AMANN General Course liantl 2-3--lg Pres. 4g Glee Club 3g Classical Club 3'-lg Draniatie Club 3--lg German Club -lg Pres., Debating 4g Inner Circle 3-4g Life 1-2-'5--lg Orchestra '5-45 Pres. -lg Prprmzzir 3-45 Radio Club 3--lg Science Club 4 "ll'li.1lui'n' fi zrartli ilaillug if mlrtlr flying iwfff' Sriivu E. ANAsis General Course Classical Club 3--lg French Club 3--lg Dramatic Club -l "1 .ml J puff of all flu! I luv: met." - 1. I ' "3"1 ' . J A 4 ' 15 ' I- K.Qg..,,' :til , - 'tr . L 27 Steve E.Anasis Louis Aspatore Gladys Balsnu August Bartelt Louis AsPA'i'oRi2 Coininercial Course 2-3: HF" 3 Football Ulla' fur tfu' billilllft' nf jmiwr. Louisn AsvA'rnRic General Course "Q1fir!, J'Il't'i'f, ilml pure .1 'quail' frn'ml." LA Visizwis Aucnnn General Course Raclio Club 3--lg Science Club -l "xl fivri' fV1'I'.I'!HIiIIQi' fmrm' on IIIIKIIUIIII IYIIIIIIULI' Gi.AnYs l3.fxisoN General Course Glee Club l-3-4g Classical Club 3-4 "Br .l'Ilt'llf illlll .r.1fi',' .fIlL'llL'i' m'1'i'r br'lr.q'r,r ,l'IllI.l. Aunusr l3AnTiai,'r General Course , lnner Circle -lg Critic 45 Debating "F"4 ' "Eloq1mu'r 11 fu tlw ,rublimr mlm! tlic Il'll0lt' II Io ltf parm" . - . 'Q - .. ZX - Vvfxh C . . ' - f 51 xl V - .Qt f x ,' A..',.x. -Y' 3 ' tfkx . . SQ as A I ' 1 Y ' ' s 1 ' ", l i l A r l r l' Alvin Bast Emil Bastian Erluina Blakely Hester Blakely ALVIN BAs'1' Commercial Course Coiniucrcial Club 4g Science Club -lg "l.rf llfrw :ull Il llll.l'Lgllll'f,' wlwzl lr i.r p.1.rr .mil ln'n.rpr'r4'4l 'twill bv ll 1'IFIllt'. EMU. BASTIAN Gcncral Course "ll l.r gmail to lmgtlml lo llwr lux! .1 .l'lHIllV mood," XVALTER L. BEAU Commercial Course Commercial Club 3-4: Science Club 4g Band 2-3-44 Pt'.Dflllll.I'f, assistant business manager "Hn fr1rml.rl11p 1,1 will uvzrrlr l7J1'lIlg." CZARLYN BECKER General Course Walter L. Beau Carlyn Becker Clara M. Blank Henry F, Blank ERMINA BLAKELY General Course Glcc Club 1-2-3-4QOrcl1cstra 4g Classical Club Z-3-4. Motar Board 4g Dramatic Club 4 "fl girl of purpfur ami per.rrr1frmm'r, IUIIIIIIIIAQ far lwrrrlf tlrr ltmrelr lrrwrllrllf' HES'fIiR BLAKISLY General Course Dramatic Club 3-44 Mortar Boartl 3-4g Classi- cal Club 2-3g Glce Club 1-2-'jg Llfr, associ- ate etlitor 44 "Thr lulml tlnat fallmvr lutrllfft mu .lrlvfrrr ' CLARA M. BLANK Commercial Coursc Commercial Club 3-44 Glee Club 'ig Mortar Board 4g Dramatic Club -4gL1fr 4 "Hm1'e21 .rmilnl an lin' uvtlv u1'1rl1f0ur.mnl," l Spanish Club 2-'ig Radio Club 3-4QClassiCal HENRY F. BLANK it N c'lub'l 1 Q General Course If ' "He wlla 11 lord of lumrelf 1.r a :lable but mfr Science Club 4 "' l bflllgf' 4'E1'ff1' rmlzle prrmn makrr room for l1nmclf." lg. b A I i Q Q , ' .-. V i 5- 4- 'uk' li JJ 4221 - is, , fe A - W? . J Y A .39 414' 'JV ' Q, mfg, iz-if X R A ' l28l JT . V r J.. wi' ff' -4-.:'... - ., M., A- --:f,fj.A- L I' - L- H t:l'T?Xnf..f-- K. X . vi I Il N , I 'X gl I l l l-lelmuth H. Bramstead Rose Breunig Lorraine Brueggeman Irving Buck Cecelia Calvy Margaret Carpenter Asella R. Casper Chester Costello l'l1zLMU'rn H. BRAMSTEAD CECELIA CALVY General Course General Course Orchestra 4, Inner Circle 1-45 Dramatic Club 45 Classical Club 2-3-45 Mortar Board 2-3-45 German Club 4 Vice-Pres. 45 Dramatic Club 3-45Frcnch Club "Hr JhllId.I' lviiglv in the rlvougbtx of atlwrxf' 3-49 Pres-49 Lluefiftl 34 Science Club 49 Vlcc' ' Pres. 45 DeOrator1bus 45 Radio Club 4 ROSE BREUNIG "A perfect woman fmbly plamzrri, 10 warn, to General Course mnrfurt, and mmmamlf' Classical Club 2-3-45 Dramatic Club 3-45 Mor- M i C A Q tar Board 2-3-45 Radio Club 45 Commercial ARGARILT ARPILNTILR Club 35 Science Club45 Sec'y 4. De Oratoribus4g General Course "1Irr very raun: are airrr ar than Jmiln o French Club 2-3-45Treas. 45 S anish Club 3-45 5 P otlarr maidnu are." Dramatic Club 45 Mortar Board 3-4 -'N0fI7iIIg wax ever dfbifllfd willmui mtlvuJiaJm." Invmo BUCK Gcnffal COUTSC ASELLA R. CAsPER fliflfjlloxa -Iglub 4255459 Pfcgi 1342 vlpfamafic Commercial Course u 5 rcas. 5 cicnce u 5 reas. 5 - V -1 - A I - Business Manager 45 German Club 45 Inner Mona laoarldgg' Cfjmmcrclal Uub 4' Dum Circle 2-3-4 me u 5' 'f' 4, 5 "Lft'J :met and either do or die." WUI? awk' all thing! pmjpcr' , f. LORRAINE BRUEGGEMAN CHESTER COSTEU-0 Q Commercial Course General Course . Spanish Club 35 Commercial Club 4 Science Club 4 . "Maa'eJU i.r the hue af virtue." "A light bear! that liver long." i 3 Qf . I . 5 ,b li 3 V 'C'-xx ,'.' 'li 'X - wk ' . .. '-l f? N W- -A -N - i ' P N. r'X'i'i iz.. ' A , I -:ff '1..'.j.N . ' V If. . V A in , -5 . 4 'f"f - V I ,,--- . Y an -1 J' -5 " P?'.,A 4' ze 1 .- . .ln ' .m?-F, 5' l29l S I ' Q- -I' fir r ' I , . W YALE'--"'r,V,r - "" I 'x ,,nL I 5..JI . A - v D. 11 51 1 lr li I I AI I , I f l N I ll , I l l I u I I ' x Il II llclun I osrcllo Iirnzl M. Dmis ElcanorDol1crty Anist F. Drnnkus ' I YIIICCIII Gr Du llms .less Erichscn Laurcrtn Iirhkc Tl1Cll1l.l Fgulncr I' HI11I,I'1N CUS'I'IiI.I.O XVINCUNT G. DU B015 Gcncml Course: 1 1 N Gcllcml Lourfc K lolmncrcinl I lulw I, Mortar BU2ll'Ll 2-3-4 Llnsslclll cglllh 2'.5'fl3 bllamsll I-'FEIS l'3"l' Q Ula muh 2--5 Pres. 3-44 bcnsnccb C.lul1 -Ig Inncr lxrclc I--Ig " "Iflvrrrfnlurrr ll rfu' llfN1flf,7l1l'Y'I' lllllfff ll'!7I!'ll all Tram' 44 Dmlmmc Club 4 I ffllllgl' f!VI'I1'l'.ll "Born for .mrrrrr fre' mwr, ruff' gnuf ro Il'lU, l rvltlv luwr! to lwfrlf' II IQRNA M. IUAVIS ' Gcl1c1'nl Course 11555 ERICHSEN I, Mortar llU.lI'Ll 3-4, IJYIIIIIIIIIC Club 3--Ig Llassl- Collllllcrcllll gnllnc N cal I lulw 5-43 Art l,lul'1 -Ig Connncrcinl Club -Ig lnncr Circle I-24 Drzllnaric Club 5-4 gl' A' A' Ll "Tlrau'gfvt,1fmlz'l,rrIrrf1al." 4 'llrr .mg lwr NlIHlIItf.l', ,fllf zrlw ,mm zlllllllft'lI.H - A . LAURETTA Emma I:l,li.flNoRl Dom5R'rY General Coum I hmmm course Classical Lllub 2-3-45 Mortar Board 3--Ig Gcr C Irmicrll Qlulw 3--lg IDFLIIIIRIIIC Cllulw 3-4g Glcc man Club 4 I 1 lub 'jgll-,-qncl1 Llulw '53 Morgar Board 3-4g ,.N0tmMl, mlk',dkUm,,mwl Hmm.. .fl flrlntqr of 'gaml l1.1t11rnl11r.r.r." 11" 1 ANISI' F. DRANKUs THIQLMA FADNER Gcncral Course General Course: ' l - - A - - Q ' - . . Llnsmcal Lluh 2-35 Drnmntlc Lluh 4g Sclcncc Cylcc Club 3-4g Mortar Board 3g Llrcratl 3, I - ' Club 4 Life 4QPff7flIlli.ff 4 '- l U.s1IIIft'flIf1' if flu' uuqy In lfmrfwl. Tn flllllk lvou' f A Q to br .riflrrrf IJ ilu' fury 0fII1tIIl.H "ln yourlv bcaulfv mul 1l'f.Hl0lll are but run." lt, ' 5 , I .-' ' , 4 it - - V - 4 lm- . if ' 1 X- i M , . S52 " 1 I rl: ,.' ,- rf ' -- . ..x-- ' I . r 3 1 'uxl 7' . , ----r fy . , 1 ff I , 'll H l, s . . 1 , ' A l 30 l I I' f -1. 11" I ,Io v- - "'4- -K 'M 1-V 4 -v Q KA- . .,, Ck ,. -. -.W , xg- f - .1 iirr - , ,M--..,fsx l ' i . X! l l X I l I l , 1 l l i F i i l r , , Iilnora Flciscliman Virginia Flood Luona Francis Ruby Frazier Marie C. Frcund Edward Frisquc Gladys Gicsc Margaret Guldapskc ELNoR,x Fi.is1sciiMAN Marlin C. FRIQUND Ccncral Lnursc Gcmml rjoursc Churus l, Mm-rar Board 2-3-4g Drainaric Club Mortar Board 3-4: filslhhiizll Cllll' 3'-4: Drill!!- 4g French C lub 4g Art C lub 3. imc Club 4 "E1'f"1 Vlfflff' U 'NWI' f-ff' 'Vhff' if f'.f'Pff"-' i" " "A quirk inn! .WIHIKIjll14QIllt'l1f,lQ1H1ll uuzmmn mmf" bi'-lllflflll pvmnl. XVIRGINIA Froun EDWARD FRISQUU Conimcrcial Course Commercial Cours: Mortar lioard 5-45 Commercial Club I-2-'S-45 fi0lHlllCfClL-ll Club 4 DIL" 'lub ' 3' AIMLUL A5wLl'm0n I 2' "Nat1m' fztr ull clufilrwz 1l'lIlY .flllllfflllllg to ilu. '..Yt'V'll1lllT!1-f Wim! 1.r our of u'i.nlr1m'.r jcu'rf.r." Liaoism FRANCIS GLADYS GUNS Conlnicrcial Course Commercial Course Mortar Board 4g Classical Club 4g Frcncli Commercial Club 4g Dramatic Club -4g Ger- Club -lg Cloiunicrcial Club 4 man Club 4 "Thr dm!! Jlir l'UlIfl'lllpldfL'J' ur: gffzlffl "Hn tlvautglrtr ,md her fnmlucr an' lrrr Il!l'lI.H R Y F AZ f PB R. ILR MARGAR1E'F GOLDAPSKIZ bcncral Course C I C German Club 45 Science Club 4g Classical mmm 'umm Club 2-3-45 Mortar Board 3-4 Classical Club 45 Dramatic Club 4 4 , "l'Coruriem'e ix tlvz root of all true rouragcf' "Her plmmnt way.: make lvrr a fricml to aff. X 4- . "W - Q. C IN . 5 , 1 .- ,X s ' .' "1 KX. . ff: If! I xx -- , ' i , :Y - -K Q , '-- - :- - 71 ' . i 7 . ,.,:' A .N V 1 4. - ,, I "H ---1' H, - J ' "4r- A ll I 'I I , ,I V ' 1 1 4 Q FQ-AAF" 'V Y- nl " -',Ai, 5'3" E311 - ,' l' ' 'fb H ' " , -. .,Y. V 1 -. l -. l ,ix.," LJL., K 4. Esrella Gorea Alice Grebe Esther Green Genevieve F. Gucll Crescentin A. Gulig Francis H. Gutreuter Anna Mincrtc I-laentze Mary Hahn Es'riai.Lu Gokns CRESCENTIA A. GU1.1o Commercial Course General Course Mortar llaord1'5gCommercial Club 4g Drama- Spanish Club 4g German Club 4: lxlmmr tie Club 44 German Club 4 Board 4 "Tlx bmah' tfwt rlarlv oft wake ILYIYINI prom! ---Qmtmelu if MW ,mmf gflloblllmm- rl.r ivrllzr flux! Motif wake tbrm 1110.111 ALICE GREBE FRANCIS H. GUTREUTER Commercial Course GCUCFHI CUUVSC Cimuucrcial Club 4g Glee Club 4g Dramatic DYHWHUC Clllb 4A Ifmfif Cifflfi 4Q 5PiH1lSl1 Lluh 4 Club 3-45 Science Club 4 "Sv 11'r1u1w1f7', .m bfllllzll, and .ro meek." "Young felfvuxr uv!! bc 10111142 fvffoum' E,S'I'HliR GREEN ANNA MINETTE HAENTZE Commercial Course General 1101155 Classical Club 2-3-4g Mortar Board 3-4g G. A. Classical Club 2.3 4g Dramatic' Club 3.45 A. 2-3-4g YICC-PFCS. .4Q Pflfflfffl-ff Q43 Llff A43 French Club 49 Science Club 45 Mortar Board Dc Oratorlbus 4g Llterattl lg Commercial 2-3-4Q Ld, 4 Club '5-4g Dramatic Club 44 Science Club 4g UA girl- HHN, WMU, and MU mmmml.. "Thr rnm'n1f.f.r of doinlg doth exprvir no other but flu L2'0Ff'! u'illif1gmJr." MARY HAHN 1 Gicmsvmvu F. Gui-:LL Genera' Coufsf U J Commercial Course Classical Club 2-34 Mortar Board 3-4g Spanish . Glec Club 2-4g Commercial Club 3-49 Dram- Club 2'3'45 SCC Y 4s Radio Club 35 Dmmanc 1 ! atic Club 3-4g Mortar Board 3-4g Science Club 4 1 . Club 4 "An ounce o rlieer ulnrfr if zmrtlv a amid of -. ., F Y IN- l "Sli: ir frm in her rofzvirtiarzx and true." Jadnerf. . x . .r - fl . 1 . J ff ' r fs' '1 1 ' " ' ' ' f. A rt . g f' A - uv U i E.: .4 Jil ,K ' P: l ' 4 r A--1 ' 1' C . ,T I W fl . ' im 'M . 4 . .,l.. Q1 .1 'l Axe- -'JKR "'C'fU W"'. T l- l-. -.J A K. .W ' - .5 ---.., "" X. X AL fi,-U CW-. 5. 'J I r .lohn Hall Orville C. Hanlawitz john Henry Hanson Esther E. Happe Dorothy Heath Arthur Heaton Irma Hellmieh Charles Edward Henkel JOHN HALL DOROTHY HEA'I'II General Course General Course Classical Club 3-45 Dramatic Club 4g Science French Club 2'3'4i Clasglcal Club 2'3'49 Mor' Club 4 tar Board 3-44 Dramatic Club 3-4g Science H A H Club 45 De Oratoribus 44 Spanish Club 45 Hu uwrtlflricu dan vlvallmgc nzufh rupeft. Life 2-45 Class play "And r1e'cr dm' Grerian rlrifrf tmcr QRVILLE HANKWITZ A Nymph, a Nuiml, or fl Grace qffnvr farm nr General Course l0",f" fdff- I Inner Circle 1-2-3-44 Dramatic Club 4g Radio Club 3-41 Science Club 4 ARTHUR I-IEATON "Hc'.r full of pep and miJrlJief." General Course Inner Circle 3-4 JOHN HENRY HANSQN "I have more gm! rlnm wit." General Course Spanish Club 3-4g Treas. 3g Vice-Pres 4g IRMA HELLM1Q11 Classical Club 2-3-44 Inner Circle l-2-4gDram- Comm ial Court atic Club 4g Life 3-45 Peptimirt 4g Band 4g ' cl-C 5 Class Play Mortar Board 3-4g Commercial Club 44 G. "Tlx: man a' mdcpmilmt mind, A' A' 2 H E H He lookx ami' lauglu at a' that." A tru: f'l"'fl""'!U"O'-f- A if '-X ESTHER E. HAPPE CHARLES EDWARD HENKEL ,Q ' General Course General Course --V . - - I S-glance muh 4 "I hav: always' thought the action: of mm the A U f7"'lVhat .rweer delight a quiet life ajforJ.r." but interpreter: af tluir tlnougl1tJ." , 1 L E V ,. lik K - I AIIX-x 1 'Q ' 5 ' -. f I. . ,- X' , Y ,IJ Xx "5 C , , ' 15:57 l I I I I A I ': 4 . 1 .ti - ' -af., , .ll 1 V 171-il' L51 V a ax o, RQ 1 1 tt E , , b- if xLAyAtfEE,y.Vf,-0 A-,A , "' 5? l Rose li, Hcnncn Neva M, Henning D Eloiscllrlinklcy Genevieve R Hocliruin John Holman Marion F. Holland Francis Huber HClCf1 M. lH1HlCl Rosle E. .l'lliNNliN JOHN HOFMAN Gcncral Course 1 GCf1CF21l F-UUFSC 1 Q Thrcc and one half ycar student Clahslcal Club 2449 cfmmnerclal UR? 4 Classical Club I-Z-3-45 Class Scc'y Eg French "Nntf1jr1g i.r 1mpr1.r.r1blr fo HIlfIl.l'ff:1'. Llub 2-34 Dramatic Club 3-45 Mortar Board 2-3-4g Science Club 3-45 "Ihr lwarr it trnr ru rtrrlf' MARWN HOLLAND l" General Course Dramatic Club 4g Mortar Board 3-4. Clasi- Nravfx M. HIENNINCE all Club 2,3 Commercial Course "HN ,mp ju, ,,,,,.,ff, lf,-r 1-014-f if ,fmflgf Chorus lg Glcc Club 2g Classical Club 2-3g Mortar Board 3-45 Commercial Club 45 F H "Thr Iglorr of 11 firm fllfld!'i0ll.l' mind." RANCIS UBER ' General Coursc "TIM manly part it to do with miglrl mm' llldlll El.K7ISE HINKLIQY u,1,,,,xW,, ,,,,, Jo." Commercial Course 'Farr 11-only Aqlluldm Jo marry 4 Mart." HELEN M. IMMEL GIiNEVllEVIi R. Hocnaum A General Course . G I C Classical Club 2-3-44 DcQrat0r1l1uS 4: Gfr- 1 V Q mera 'muse man Club 4g Dramatic Club 45 Lift 2-3 . Classricfalcgltkib Mortar goird 3-45 Com- --In :WU rank, gm, M MMU, , mcrcm 'U 4' ramdtlc 'U 4 'Tir indurtrj Juppartf III all." A "Youth boldr no fociefy with grief." 1 f - I ,. I r lk , .Q X. .1. Q . ' IW K " I . ff - - Q- - - -1 p :H ' 7 l -- ' E f , 1 V' H. , . -I. t 'V' It ffl' w-yy-w..lr"'f"fI'TTii'L W K .. 5: I J Ak 'L' ' H . 1' ' ,- ff '- " . , ' I f l 34 l - 1,-v --. 1 JL 1 Y,-54, -A W- Lira . l l M 1, ' z 1 I l X I 'l I A l Mildred M. lmmel Cynthia I. Ingalls Anita Virginia Kastorll Ethel Kath Gilbert Lawrence .lentz Raymond ,Iusten Margaret W. Keast Jennings Keenan lxllLDR1iD M. IMINIEL Commercial Course Mortar Board 3-44 German Club 4g Commer- cial Club 3-4 "Thr fvazwr uf tlroulqlil, tlw lllzlglt' of :lie mimlf' CYNTHIA l. INGALLS General Course Clasaieal Club 2-3-4Q Mortar Board 3-4g Glec Club BQ Dramatic Club 3-4 "ll'1tl1 gruflv rain' will .rm1lr.t, Jbe leuil: tlrc trawl." Gi1.RERT LAWRENCE LIENTZ Commercial Course Spanish Club 2g Football 1-2-3-4g 3-4 "Tlx but mm un' mm of few ll'HYllf,H X... R.-n'MoNo .IusTEN x I General Course l Classical Club Z-jg Dramatic Club 45 Band 3-4g Orchestra 1-2g Class Pres. 3 fl 'Hrrfx u man that Jingr at liir work." C Q . , - ,Mex , - ANITA VIRKEINIA KAS'1'ORlflf Commercial Course Mortar Board 3-4 "Bwurv .mil virtm' .rlinle furrrrr Jrfumil flier." ETHEL KATII Commercial Course French Club 2-3g Mortar Board 3-45 "Far tlw beauty of 4 loifrb' ll'0llldl1 i.r like mn.rlc." MARGARET W. KEAST General Course Classical Club 2-3-45 Mortar Board 4 "She i.r lierrclf nf but tl1ir1g.r flu L'0lll'CflI1Il.H JENNINGS KIEENAN General Course Classical Club 4 "War uml lvumar belong to gmuiy alarm" NI E ,G A,-.,,. I XI P v 3 51" '-. -A ,. l 4 ix-iwxiils u -hra""' ' 43 4 l -u . . x , x . .. . - na 1 lf 1- "".,r--r'-:-- -..qw --1.73 - f n 35l H-- S - X " Xsf' -f - - I Xe A 5 ,i X .' 1 Ax 4 A -' ! l fy! -i 'l T Kenneth Kennedy Marion Catherine Kennedy Esther Kleinlcc Harland R. Kline Maryoric Koltz Leona Kraft Oram P. Kramer Etta Lucille Krause Kl'1NNIi'l'll KicNNiam' General Course Football 34 Spanish Club 3-4 "I.1brml ami firm 11.1 ilu' arm.r.im1 rmgy rrquirr, lVlARION CATHIQRINI5 KHNNIQDY General Course French Club 2g Mortar Board 3-4 Uffrrat flP0Il'Qllf.l' mme from tfvr Inari." ESTHER KLEINKE Commercial Course French Club 2-3g Mortar Boatnl 3-4 "I:'arrlr'.r fmblart Mzng' a iramarx prrfrrlrdf' HARLAND R. KLINE 2 General Course Entered as junior from Lansing, Michigan l Inner Circle 4g Band 3-4g Orchestra 3-4 "Nntliing i.r Jmpnrriblc to 171721 wha l0ok.r upon all Ilwingr ar vary," -9.2 X Maajoaiia Koi.Tz General Course Art Club 3g German Club 4g Commercial Club 4, "lt if ?l0f wlwi Jlvc mjr, but wlmt flu :lou rlmr comin." LEONA KRAFT Commercial Course "Ta bear if to mrlquer our fair." ORAM P. KRAMER General Course French Club 3 "Thr mildut mamierf wilh the bmvut !IllVlll.A. ETTA LUCILLE KRAUSE Commercial Course Commercial Club 45 German Club 4 "flu frawnf at plmrurz, and Jmilu in pain." -O - 1 nf V Srl-V - ll, ' '. i . ',- Ki . L ' -' A l 3 M 3 I A' 'zaf- s"' I . 3 ,,.. A JS ' f' :. A' 1 . g . 'I FN' A uv 1. :t fi ir s . Q1 A U' If 'TY' 'o Y' f ' A ---7 x C I C. if -If ' ,I 5 l 47., pl I ,xiii . ,475 4 l Y l Y -+- o-. 'fb ilrl X X, otjfm "-.' .. A - - Emery Krause Agnes Laughlin Charlotte Laughlin Herbert Laughlin Lillian Catherine Laughlin Lois Le Pine Alice Lessclyoung Eunice Lindner Emma' KRAUSE Commercial Course German Club -4g Commercial Club 4 ".-ini! rpmk IIIJPI wlull flag' mn tu limi, luffl .lIl,l'14't'f.U AGNES LAUQHLIN General Course Mortar Board 3--lg Classical Club 2-3-4g French Club 3g G. A. A. 2-'55 Art Club 2-'Sg Vice- Pres. BQ Dramatic Club 49 Science Club -l ".Y111uutlv r1nl.r tlvr uurrr wlvrr tlir brook it Jap." CllARl,0'l"l'l:I LAUG H 1,1 N Commercial Course Mortar Board 3--lg Dramatic Club 4g Com- mercial Club 4 "Tru tunmgc ir tllr rem!! of l't'd.l'IIIlfl1g.H HERBERT' LAUCiHLlN General Course Radio Club Z-3-4g German Club 4g Science 4 lilly rlubfr dL'fI0ll.l' :minute lvif ufortlqy fl7Ullgllf.F.' 'Jil l l t LILLIAN CATHIQRINE LAUGHLIN General Course Mortar Board 3--lg German Club -lg Drama- tie Club -1gG. A. A. 4 "Rlgvtlw1 II ilrr fllbfffxlflllil of llfr lllllfltlif work." Lois Lu P1Nu General Course French Club 3g Science Club 4g Classical Club -4 "Ir1rl11.r!ry if ual anlv rlw hutrlmlmf of mzpmrr- NIHII, but flu' fonmliltiwl uf plmmrr. " A LICE IJESSELYOUNG Commercial Course Three and one half year student Glee Club 3g Commercial Club 45 Dramatic Club 'jg Lifr stali' 4 HHH kim! imnlf .rrrerzxgtlfeflrtl ?1'!711'I1!It',H Eumcu LINDNER General Course Mortar Board 2-3-45 Classical Club 3-45 Dc Oratoribus 4g German Club 4g Treas. 4g Dram- atic Club 4gClass Play. ".Yl1r Inu no tum' to .rparr uuiqy tlvr lmurxi All :mul br Ill mrmcrl in u lifr lzkr aura." - ,. ' sb! A x mis r I n but to .i-W C- "'- at 37l Q ,inf " -f To 4- l ,l Fl . T fxw- 'Hr' vt., 3' ' H . 5 l X Y l l i - f Ruth Littlc Gcrald L. Lloyd Viola Loonians Alice Karlicryn Lurxcy lwlargarct Main Viola Mziloll' Ruth Mantlici Edwin F. Mzirggrail Y RUTH LITTLE MARGARET MAIN General Com-gc Gcncrnl Course Glcr Club 2.3: Morrar Board 2.3 Mortar Board 3-44 Classical Club 3-45 G. A. "Vw 1,r in' u'i'!nw1r af lwppuy tliiugr after fmrxf' A- 4G DVKUUHUC fflllb 49 FfCl1Cl1 Cflllh 4Q SCICUCC Club 4g Dc Oratoribus 45 Class Play "True inf Ilia umlfe to flu: pole, Gl5R,r1A13 LLQYD Or ur flu' Jia! to llfr .fIlI1.lU Gcncral Coursc I l31lSUl1:lll 2-3-4g "li" 3--lg Scicncc Club 4 EIO'-A ,lNTIAl'0FF "Grail fllllllklllff, flla' gmlf Jrf'J.r, nm! 110 Lomnlcrcm cioumit ,,,,,,,f,,,-" Mortar Board 49 f,OlllII1C!'Cl1ll Club 4 "flue mlm .l'fllt!ll'.l' llllll rurelv .fllL'l't't'1l.H. Vmm Loomfws RUTH MANTHHI 4 . 4 -, N Cloniincrcial Course n flfiiilfifwwl clollrm Classical Club 2-4' ljfilllllllllf Club 4' Mortar Commcrcml Club 41 Dmmlltlc Club 'li Mor' Board 4 ' ' tar Board 4'Class Play J "Om rrfm mu zllmrl 1l'llt'I1 all frrrtfmf Ia kPl0ll'.'. HHH 'WH 'Jr' MPpl"rf" 'Nt ffl, 'f"au"rU""M"'.Z ,ff l1m1w1 Qi' t'!'t'71V wink. JI: Aucic KATHERYN LURVIEY EDWIN F, MARGGRM: l General Course GCf1Cf1ll CUUFSC f Mortar Board 3-4g G, A. A. 2g Classical Club Cfonimcrcial Club 35 Radio Club 49 German 1' 2-'S-4g Spanish Klub '5-4g Arr Club 'jg Dramatic Club 4 4 Llulw 3-45 Liff' 3Q SCICHCC C-llllf 4 "On their own dCC'0llIflll.l'lUllHIfI uwrtliv mm are "Her frmnlrliip uw.r rfrxzrm' by ull." .r1lrut." L ' f - M 41 V- F "- ,, . -- 1 Q l 14 ' ., 1 ,rr , fan . ., r,-11 ,U ',,.i - ,- fr' n r u l it 'P " " ' ' , i as . .4 K, yr T r L, A. ' W' ' -V Q .. ,1,.1. .Ll 1' li - ,LT rr ' ff 'NK ti fi 1 I v l 1 I Nelson Matliwig Marguerite Mdlonalicy Tlioinas F. Meagher Hclcn K. Mciklciolm -lunniu Merrill Charlottc Mitlilcr Laurctta K. Miclkc litlcssa M. Millar Nlii.soN MATIIWIG Cicncral Course Gcriuan Cilnlw 4 "Fur rrfifwzz ict illil fll'f?IALf rrmtlm' .rw Tlurmnrfrii ,mil minzlumif uwr il1,mAgri'i'." lxl.-XRGUERl'l'lj MCCoNAui5Y Cfonnncrcial Course: lionuncrcial Lllnlw -lg Classical lllulw 2-'S-4g l.1fv 4g Draniatic Club -lglilass Play "'I'l1rrr l.l' .1 .mrmfm H1 tfvr ifrrprft i'alltlnlr." Tnoiuixs F. lVlliKXGIll-IR Ccncral lfoursc lnncr iirclc lg Spanish Clulw 5-49 Dramatic K,lul1 -lg Pc'I7IllIll.l'l 4 "lt nur, I irurrl, .1 Hllllfflr' xlgfii, Tn .wr rn frm: .1 bqihu Hii1.1aN K. lVllilKLl3.10HN Gcncral Course Classical Club 2-3--lg Consul 'ig Mortar lioartl 25--lg Prcs, -lg Dramatic Club 3-44 Prcs. 4 llc Uratorilwus -lg Lift' 1-'55 l'vptnm.rr -lg Soc. Seca' 'SQ Scicncc Club 4g Class Play ' lu' JIIWQFXI' .lillllll Ill llmwrl ll'lll'Il ,rlrr um' burn." " r .IIQNNNL Misnulu. Commercial Course Mortar lloartl 3445 Clonuucrcial flulw 4 "Tlwugl1l 11 !1Jl'L'llf af ilu' i1rrJ," CllARLO'1"1'Ij lVllClIl.liR Conuucrcial Course Classical lllnlw lg Mortar lloarnl 5--lg Drain- atic Cllnlu 3-4 Hlflllt' flllllllzllff im' u'mllf1." LAUR13'r'rA K. Miuucu iloinincrcial Coursc Ckunincrcial Club 34 Classical Cllulw 2-BQ Mor- tar Board 2-3--1 AITIII ,rrrrrl uf lvrr .rurrr.r.r If ,IIT fllllffillllil' of f7lH'I7I1.I't'. M Emsssa M. M1i.1.iaR Gcncral Loursc C'onuncrcial Club 'sg Mortar lloartl 5--4g Dram- atic Llulw 4 "Ulf If IIIFVIT1' lu' tfw Jin' 1.1 fllllgfl l . F-M N 35 A' A' L' xx' f Vx I, I D f- Tv- X ' , .r -Hug l if - r f fi 1 f 4 .Q ,f +V ' A' l39l " . yg.. , M-- Y -. - 4 iii s,- , A 1 Marlin W Miller Gladys Monroe Bennie Moser Pius Musolf -4 i- --, t--.-4 A V 'Pi' RN Marquis Moore John J. Moran Emanuel Neuhauscr Dorothy M. Olsen MARl,lN NV. MILLER General Course Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 3-44 Radio Club 44 Science l.lub 44 German Club 4 "ll'1rr In rrrofrz' mul piltml! to prrforulf' Gi.Am's MONROE General Course Classical Club 2-3-44 G. A. A. l-2-34 Mor- tar lloard 2-3-44 l'vplm1i.rr 44 Spanish Club -l,l7raniaric Club 3-44Science callll744 Class Play "Thru on lrglwr Iwi rlw dun.: army, Tripp!!!-g Ill!l'l4llIt'I'Illd.lf1' guy." MARQU1s Mooizn General Course lnner Circle l-1-34 Science Club 44 Classical Llub l-2-34 Drainatic Club 34 Football 3 lioll Team 2-3 BENNIE Mosnn General Course Basketball "F" 3-44 Captain 44 Classical Club 44 Life 44 Science Club 4 "Su the mnqnernzg Iwo comer, .formal tht trumprtr, lim! the 11fl!lllJ'.' Pius Musouf General Course Inner Circle 1-3-44 Classical Club 2-3-44 Glee Club 34 Dramatic Club 3-44 Vice -Pres .4 Science Club 44 Football "F" 2-3-44Captain 4 "Hr proved but mar! in tlzr Vfefd, and far lrlr mrud u'u.r bran'-bound with tlvr fuurrff' EMANUEL NIiUHAUSlf2R General Course "ll1r lawlrv reruml XVIII! :mary frirmlrf' Aff Club 3s German Club 49 Radio Club 4 Science Club 4 IUHN NIORAN 'iK?10Wlfdgf ir fqlli1'd!F7If to fone." General Course Classical Club l-2-3-44 Spanish Club 3-44 1 Dramatic Club 44 Radio Club 3-44 Science DOROTHY ,M',OLbEN Club 44 lnner Circle 2-'S-44 Pfptimirtg Busi- Commcrclal Loursc ness Manager 34 Glec Club 34 Class Play Classical Club 2-3-44 Commercial Club 4 "l'nn'rr ltirlf lwutlf not om' lruff tlfr might of Chorus li Mortar Board 3'4 gt'llflt'7l!.f.l'.H "Thr fmr, thc clw.rtr,tl1r fn1rx'prr.r.rii'e rim' I ' r , '-" 4 I i , 5' ' R Q - f Q .,.v' fx 5 , Q. -5. 1 f 4 L E-. - df ' . " 1 'lr 4 " L ., K I 40 l H,.-- .1 ,, l f -.-..w -L w- -fs iv'- f I I r rf , .-X l l 'J l Y l Lillian Olson Olivcrll. Pilon ll.un:s Edward Platz Geneva Polilinan Marlca Poniincricli Lloyd L. Porter Evelyn Proctor Daniaris E. Pullcn LILLIAN CBLSON MARLEA POMMERICH Loninicrcial Course General Qollrsc gills? Club l'2g Commercial Club 45 Dramatic Splmlsll llllll, l,2, Clllsslclll lllul, 3--lull Ublqlj -l' "Al grail 11111111 II ar lllnoil .Jr xl lqrml lvmrtf' llvrri' ll' lmpr III inn' wlin artfully mn! r'rlfI1t',l'fl1' A u'nr'k.i'. ' ' Ouviaiz PiLoN LLOYD L- PURTER Licncral Course Coniincrcial Course Classical Club 2-'S-4g Inner Circle 1-2-3--4g "l11,fmjmI, My lm1g11un1,' Drnniiiaric Club -lg Radio Club -lg Scicncc Hn milf' li1,fl,mg" Klub -lg Band -lg Class Play. Hflitlwl nut 1l'IlI'il.I' ilrr .l'llQI1.f uf nab1f1U'." EVELYN Puocroiz llniics EDVVARD Pi.A'rz General Course GClWl'1ll CUUFSC Mortar Board 4g Classical Club 2-3--lg Drain- lnncr Circle l-2-3-4g Scefy' -lg Classical Club HUC Clllb 4 1-3--l. Slildllcc Club -lg Ralkllll Clllb 2354: SCHIP' "Tl1rrr bmir llrr prrwzrrr of rrlrrtml n'artl1," 5--l "I'.1fmm' 11114, lQt'llf!t'lIt'.l'.l' an pawn." GENEVA p0llLMAN DAMARIS E. PUi,1.i2N Gcncral Course General Course Coninicrcial Clnlw 4g Dramatic Club 3--lg Mor- Mortar Board 'S-4: Dramatic Club 45 Science tar Board 3-45 Glcc Club 35 Science Club 4, Club 4 2 1 lllh mill- "Ihr mznlrft look! the mtrugr mllgllt iularn, I "ll'liru .rlw mlkfil dll llfrmfilf' .Vzvrel .ar tlir primmrr prep.: bnlrulli flu rlwrflf' ' , 23 l. gag V , i-Q , ' i f f 'yr 4 1-A , .ala-N - .nv V' 1' I' " ,xxx N- ' 4' 9- : 14 , n ,,- - - -Q 'N .. K A - J a , l , L., , , 1- i411 21. I X -. L P 'xnxx- lflurcucc Rant' Rubcrt llatlltc K larcucu Raull Dorotliy Raula FLORLQNCIQ RACE Gcucral Cluursc Classical Klub 2-3-44 Spanish Club 4g French K lub 2-4 "Thy zf1mli',rfv'.r fl ramllr tn tlgv mrriff' ROBliR'I' Ranma Guucral lloursc lnucr ilirclc 3-4g ciCl'lllAllI Club -4 "l'1rrm' If flu' firrl llhlfk uf llublllfi' Hm,iaN RAOATZ Clmulucrcial Cloursc Dramaric Club 4g Mortar lluartl 4 "T.1lrl1! 1.r jwivrrg fill? 11 .rklf ff' Es'ru1sR Rfxssiciz Gcucral Cluursc Dramatic Club 4g Mortar Board 45 Dcutclier Vcrcin 4g Scicucc Club 4g "lf lllfI'lft'?lL't' lmilr to .rm'rr.r.r, lirr furure .rarely lr bright." l ufr ft Hclcu Ragatz Ilstlicr Rahslcc Julius Richter Florcncc M. Roberta CLARENCE RAULF Gcucral Course "Hi: putftnt .mul rndurr: wlmt Far: DOROTHY RAULS Commercial Course German Club 4g Commercial Club 24 Dram- atic Club 4 "Grmtfrrln1'qr llullf .rlwr of lvrr 01171 ivlflrlv 111.1211 11 mnf may never known" JULIUS RICIITER General Course Inner Circle 1-255-4g Pres. 45 Oraturical Cou- ardrum. " tc-st 4g Debating "F" '5--lg Classical C.Iul1 3-4 ' "Cir: lvim fl lever .rtrzmg FIIIIIIKQIV, Am! ,rnlxgfr IUIIIKIHI lu' um more tlvr imrlilf' FLORENCE M. ROnER'1's Commercial Course Commercial Club 4g Dramatic Club 4g Mur- tar Board 49 Orchestra 3 "Thr fflfll flu' lun who mlzlif .r14wtf1' rnlg, Or :will ra,rm'1f ban' mvakr tlrr ,flflllxlkl , --'ri 'x ,r'!.1' " L U .t .fr -J - ' 42 l 'WV' I' f-ll."':3J . P" if 'lf 1 1- -u l I s 4 ---ai e A iw l FE Q, ,C---.--X..-.--N, Eileen K. Roaenbaum Lucille W. Roscnow Dorothea Rosenthal Marguerite Louise Roy Lrcrtrudc: A. balchcrt Gladys Salter Ruby F. Salter Margaret Elaine Sampson EILEEN K. ROSENBAUM General Course Mortar Board 2-3-4g Dramatic Club 3-45 Clas- sical Club 2-3-49 Consul 4g Science Club 45 DcOratoribus 44: Pres. 45 German Club 45 G. A. A. 2-'S-4 "TIM ,rI.I'.l' tlwt lo1'r.r .mil ltluglu Mort Jura ilo well." LUCILLE W. Rosmvow Commercial Course: Glee Club 4g Commercial Club 4g ".l'1lr11rr lr murr mum-ol llwz .my .NIIIKU Doaoruua ROSIQNTIIAL General Course Dramatic Club 3-45 German Club 44 Seca' 45 Science Club 45 Mortar Boarcl 3-4g Glue Club 3 "Good mrtr 1.f rlvr flozvrr of good .rrr1.rr." lV1ARGUERl'I'E Louisa Rm' General Course Completed high school in two years and summer school. Mortar Board 1-25 G. A. A. 1-2g Classical GERTRUDE A. SALCHERT Commercial Course Mortar Board 3-4g Dramatic Club 45 Commer- cial Club 4 "Youth lwolzlr no Jorirty zvilll grief," GLADYS SALTER General Course Scicncc Club 44 Dramatic Club 4g Mortar llonrtl 3-43 Glee Club 3-4. Classical Club 2-3 MOM of flu' mfr!! uml mor! .rla'rr.r.rflrl mlrlltx l know of 1.r to br .1 gona' lirrnzrrf' Rum' F. SALTER General Course Glce Club 3g French Club Z-3g Mortar Board 35 Art Club 3g Dramatic Club 4 ".S'u'rrt mul Ill1d.f.l'IllIll!llQ. " MARGARET ELAINE SAMPsoN Club 2g Quacster Z9 Dramatic Club 24 Dc x , ciommcfcml Ulursc Qmmribus 2: ptptimut 25 Commercial Club 4 'wflllllj' brAgin.r pmt u'orh.r,' labor jiriirlfn tlirm. ".S'trrnlgrl1 of mmol 11 c.x'rrr1.rr, not rr.rr." f - P X K' 'l ' if-lt!!! x x F---P -Q f , C V, Y -i f f : - ' ' " ' .. fx. A Q X A A in .wtf V ' x 1 aff' ' H i h K' ' v ' ' "' I 5, " .I n ' . ' I-of-'gl .D A ' "N - V wi i I lfl Paul Schmidt Amelia Schorr Curtis Schultz Karl S. Schultz ll. Wells Schultz Leona Schumacher Della E. Siebel Vivian Sheldon PAUL SCIIMIDT General Course lnner kirele l, Dramatic Club 4g Science Club 4g German Club 4g Pres. 4g Football 4 Baseball 4 "xl wurill, l't'Il.i'Ib!t', mmf ivrfl bl't'llll1rl7l.i' Ab1lil.lA SCHORR General Course Classical Club 2-3-4. Commercial Club -lg Mortar Board 3-4g Science Club 4g Radio Club -lg Dramatic Club 3--lg Class Play "Mnilrrri ri rlvr ulinlrl of bmufv mul !'lfflIt'.H Cuirris SCHULTZ General Course liiner Circle 2g German Club 4g Science Club 4, Dramatic Club 4g Baseball 2-3-45 Basket- ball 'Sg Class Play. "Hr irliu tlfmlar for !Ulll,f!'!frll1tJ imitrzler mrrlv, If 4 frrr maui." KARL S. SCHULTZ XVELLS SCHULTZ General Course Classical Club 2g Inner Circle I "ll"r1tr me .Jr one tluzl fniirr lvzr frlfuu' men." LEON.-X ScHUMAcH13R Commercial Course Commercial Club 3--lg German Club 4g Ur- chestra 4g Chorus ".Ypm'l1 ir great, buf rzlrurr l.l' grmlrrf' DI5l,LA E. SIEBIEL Commercial Course Commercial Club -lg Dramatic Club -lg Mor- tar Board 5-4g Glee Club 2 "Ulf imrlwf iwtll putlrnrr ivliirli mrimr power." ViviAN SHELDON General Course l I I L'C"Cml Lgufsc Three year student ,- Classical Club 2-5-43 Radio Club 3-45 Dram- Glee Club 1-35 Mortar Board 34 Classical - atic Club 3-4g Inner Circle lg Scincc Club 4 Club Z-'5 'V ' I i'Hr FKHIIVHII ffl: IIIIIILIJ' uf atfrnir ivltlf lrlr onlin," 'Iffve zvlm talkr flltfr Ilvnlkr murlif' l. ' 'J-ii '. 54 'H' 1 S i l alt ,jg - A I 4 l I "- - ' " t ,a i -'Q - 5 i '4f'.'Sz-ii-I ' , gf.. ' 'ag 1 -...v V A " f E441 ,. 1 - tg. oi fc .y-, I V - I l ' "3 XV 3 - 5 r -' W ,, 5 i Ruth Sheridan Bernice Carrol Shipmzin Dorothy Smith Harold Smith Ralph P. Smith Margaret ,lane Sorenson Arthur Spieckerman Bernice Stortlucr ' RUTH SHERIDAN RALPH P. SMi'1'n General Course General Course Science Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 Art Club 45 Spanihli Club 3-4 Eggryifiugoj-rki-3-il If cimtorlbus 45 Comma- "Our rammi afuuqxr br tl firm, but wif mu tlfi1'ql'.r , 5 I. i . . I7 -,. "A lfmglv IJ uwrrlv il liumlml lgrurnzr in mtv E a man mfzrkrt. ' ' lVlARGARIiT JANE S0RizNsoN BERNICE CARROL SHIPMAN General Course 5 5 llommcrclal Loursc Dramatic Club 3-45 Mortar Board 3-45 Art Commercial Club 45 Club 45 Glec Club 1 -I "Far 'tif flu mlm! tim! mulzrx tlve barb' ruin." "An dugfj ,,,jg1,, j,d,,, A,,M!,,,1,,, N, ,md H,.,J,,1 gg lin for purify." DOROTHY SMITH General Course AR S11iigcitcRMAN Sl'ill'llSl1 Club 3-45 Classical Club 3-45 Science mia' Cum, Club 45 Dramatic Club 3-45 Mortar Board 2-3-4 'K C I - 'K 'l' "By nrv rrrzlli a p1ca.rm1t .rpirind lady, German Club 45 Radio Llub 4 Tlvrrff llrrlr 0 tlvc melanrlvolv in liar," "Pu,rlv nnfkrr movin Q . P 8 , ,"l HAROLD SMITH BizRN1cE STORDUER I ,. ,. General Course - - Q ..-i - 5 , , l Commercial Courae -Q . Spanish Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 Inner 5 l 1 .H Circle 45 Football 4 Mortaa Igtflard 3-45 Dramatic Club 45 Com- 4 I " 'fTlv: ggrmtrn lwppimn mmm from tb: grmtert mama ul-l 4 , l V EL? activigff' "A faultlrn body and a blamclrn mind." If I, ri- 5 . . ' ' 5 ' ' - , f tiki J :V U I I 1 -I K 515, if-Q. l , --, .-fl, 4 ' .3 I '. - If X S Y- E 5 5 ' . 1 I ' v Y ,IL , - 0- rl, A 5 L 'j 'fi I l A I - . ., if A -:Q x may Y ,ww , , J, , A ffl 5- 1 p- ' 5. ' .Fr 54 ,V ul, .-'Z In ,il V.. - -1 .Wi . 1 r ll A. e l "Y - 1-if ff ' E45 L it f y w ,J X MJF: MJ 0 1 P4 - ,xr ,-A',.kX I, 1..- 3 Q . - xgr - -if lflowarll Strung lrene M. Supernanil Carl Svenwn Elizabeth Sweet Daniel D. Trelexen Margaret Twoliig Ellen Utter Laura Vander Bloemen Ho VVARD STRANG General Course llantl .1-3-4g Seca' anil Treas. 4g Radio Club 2-3, lreas. '5, bpanlsh Club 3-4 "Ili fhllfl 41 .rtrru fnak but pl xqmllc flhlffri liumlc M. SUPICRNAND Commercial Course Mortar lluartl 4g Dramatic Club 4 "I funn' mar illlll I fum' fimftff Jlndl IHIIY' .I'f7IY'lf.f llvqlrt 11.1 fur H CARL SVENSON Ifuntlwall 2-SQ Orchestra 1-25 Classplay "Tim .runfir lvur af lvcaltlr Glnivrfl rw lui fzllflll' flYIfk.n ELIZABETH SVVLZET General Course Dramatic Club 2-34 Classical Club l-2-3g G. A. A. 'Sg Pffvumirt 3g Mortar Board 2-35 Dc Ora- ' mribus '5g Science Club 'ig Class Play t "Tv ilrnrr 1l'xl.I' to ulminf ,Q To aipzrr wa! ro urliirl'c"' 4,.-- ' . i . " Q , . ,, I B ?' " ,Z . -4. .'- '- -- Q ,ff "' av , " . ,. 3 4 1 .. . ' . - D v . .. 'T 1' . F' A U ' -1 v l. ' ' 1-rf: rr " DANIEL D. TRIQLLVLN General Course Band Z-5-4g Cimnmereial Club 4g l,1fr 3-4, "A flttle :lrm.rm.rr non' innl tlvm I.r 7'lllJ'!Yl'1l by tlic u'1.rr.r! WUI.-I ELLEN U'r'rizR General Course Mvrtar Board 3-4g Treas. 4g Dramatic Club 3-4g Sec'y 44 Glec Clubg Vice-Pres. 4g G. A. A. 2-'S-4g Pres. 3-4. Pt'PfI7lII.!'l '5-4, Etlitur 4, Llff '55 Classical Club 2-3-4g Science Club 4g Radio Club 4g Litterati 3g Dc Oratoribus 4 IUTIWUIQQI7 an fvlmrzzre .rlvr uvu buff, rlvr lun! 11 frugal mimi. MARGARIiT TQVVOHIG General Course Glee Club 2-3-4g Librarian 2g Classical Clubg 2-3-4g Mortar Board 3-45 Dramatic Club 3-44 Science Club 4g De Oratnribus 4 jf "l'0lltcr1f.f.r 1.r ta 'I1ll0lll1Ef.I' irlwf ward.: are In l tlumqgfvt. ' ' LAURA NVANDER BLOEMAN General Course Art Club 2g German Club 4g Dramatic Club 4 l .4.....4-if x. A . I- HA noble tjpc of good lvrroic u'omm1l10a1l." El 1 46 1 ' 'F' .- ,., il-f' -.Q vi ' -334 R L i FE .c,..G,.c,-1-V I 1 Linub Yenne Lim renee Wachs Normiin Youll Helen Wnrnlxe Walter Weclclig.: Arthur Wegner William Wagner Norma Wieclenmeier XVALTILR XVIQDDIG General Course Lmus XVICNNE General Course Inner Circle 3--lg I.1fv 4g I'i'ff1m1.i1 -lg Science Club 4 ".Sl'ff-rizrpnt llwt uzruirrtmzv of J!! l'lP'lI1t'." Art K lnb l, Vice-Pres. Ig Science Club 4 "Hut rl-an lfrnzxqir ruzfur luv, .nhl u'll,' Tun tlvznlqi fluff .nlrlzmz lrul tu lllf..l ARTHUR XVICGNILR l..ANVRIfNCli Wfxcns , I Cwcnerul Course Gencixil Course Inner l nrclc l-1-3-4g Ri1ilioClub 2-5-4g I7r.nn- .ltic Klub lrflg Classical Club 2-'S--lg Science Club B'-4, I'rptm11.i'f -lg Class Pluy Inner Circle I-lg Spanish Club 3 "lll.r l1IIbfL'.l'f fl'l'lHl'Q nur rim! nf .nlwlnlrlafl fur fm' frffou' fum." "ll'luu lu' :ull mlk, vw' gml.r.' lwm' lu' ruff hllkf' XVILLIAN XVIZGNIQR General Course y V NORMAN N oisi.1. , I . Radio Club 2-3-4g Spanish Club 3-49 Dram- Coinincrcizil Loursc - - -' - A - uric Club 43 Inner Circle 39 Classical Club ,l Inner Circle l-2-3--lg Raulio Club 3-4g Com- 2-3.4 merei.il Club 5-4' Pres. 4 . ' "I lunlmtlirr Jo and not prnmrrr ilum jvramlxr "Fur rfujm rim Fyflzfllfl' iwlw bl'!fl'1't' tlfqy mu." ,md ,mf Jn," N HELEN XVARNKIS NCJRLIA XVIEDENMEIER lx Commercial Course Commercial Course Morralr lloalrnl 3-43 Cominercial Club 3-45 Commercial Club 4g Mortar Board 4g Dram- , '-Science Club 4: aric Club 4 "l'lI"lwt .vuvrr ilrfiglvt u quid mimi ajf0nlf,"' "Frm fmmmrr un the lllnhllfl' of fair mimlxf' ' me ll X c .4 ,A kr ' . I staff ,N -- I c f R f R if I .V h -MX' ' I' . - . I. - I .- I , . , , , ,.. ,, , pf ' If --gg X I M, h H L I ,.'.cc,,',,.- 4 N- V' A - ,U -Z ., A I " Ulf- f il Q -ff I . Q .7 , N,-R qt -Z. ,f -N' l47l ' I - X -QL 1- v , ' ' 'x I C 1 l -. I . 3 J CN. fl fr: . G. Z .-P' - - FEL ' JP -. , F - z' .'bi'. v '...f S 1 . .. Raymond Wirtz Ethel Zehms Dorothy Zimmerm H1 Lenore Damruw Rose Damrow Katharine Dlcncr RAYMOND VJIRTZ Commercial Course Inner Cfxrcle I-Z "Hr hall a lwml fa rmlfrwr, 11 rnugur rn pfr.r1n11lr, and 11 lraml to excrule gnod f!VIlIg.I.n ETHEL V. ZEHMS Gcncral Course Classical Cluh 2-34 G. A. A, 2-3g Mortar Board 3-4g Dramatic Club 3-45 Science Club 4g Spanish Cluh 45 Trcas. 4 Ulilrlgurlr 11.r .rlmplirigy am! uwrm 11.r n:Jm.ry." DOROTHY ZIMMERMAN General Course German Club 4 ".S'1ln1rr, wlrm ll0Il1fIlg nerd be mid, U the flo- qumce of dircretimzf' Llmonu DAM Row Post Graduate Rosa DAMROW Post Graduate KATHARINE DIENER Post Graduate .F A A I rf f I ss A i P ,,,,,,,. 'r-' J ra g 19" .4 -- -5 Class History The class of '25.' The four short years are over. We are seniors and shall soon pass beyond the high school stage. It is with regret, but with no remorse that we leave our beloved school. We have made a good record. Entering Fond du Lac High school in September 1921, we immediately made our presence felt. From that day until now we have maintained our record. Much credit is due to the senior class for the success of the various school societies. Having had the support of both boys and girls, debating was given a new stimulus. Many "F" men represented the seniors on the football field as well as on the basketball floor. Because the seniors took an interest in baseball, that sport has been advanced considerably. Besides the regular high school sports, the seniors have taken an active interest in tennis and in golf. More than ordinary interest in sports was shown by the girls of our class during their four years in high school. All in all, we can proudly proclaim that the seniors have fostered athletic, forensic, and organiza- tion activities. "Knowledge is better than rubies," says an old proverb. Evidently this is the opinion of the class of '25. The senior class has excelled in scholarship, a score or more having made the final honor roll. l But while we modestly declare our achievements to the world, let it not be supposed tha ur class takes all the credit to itself. We are all grateful for and appreciate the .xprivi ge which we have of gaining knowledge in such an institution as the Fond du Lac High hool. We wish to thank all those who have made the acquiring of a high school educa n possible. - ,al i D ' ,2qXf" 'X A l Q E4 Q A . ' 1 1 l A . V ,, M H tim i l"'lI"j,Y ' 'W ' fi' wi. l -L.. qv 1 if I JM!! I 1 ' A l hifi..-.1 -e ' l 49 J ' 1 .JQ1 'a:.. f f'-"2 , , 1 D I 'X .I , E . .'f PRVPHEC "F-o-n-d d-u l.-a-cl Change here for Chicago, St. Louis, Denver, and all points southwest". The conductor's call breaks the silence of the Zeppelin drawing room. I put into my grip the copy of the great national magazine I have been reading for I wish to study later the absorbing article by 'Iames Platz in which he describes his last trip to the arctic, and to keep the especially line illustrations done by Ruth Sheridan. l glance out of the window. Yes, this must be Fond du Lac. I can see the midday sun shining on the waters of Lake Winnebago. I catch glimpses of the rows of tall buildings, the roofs dotted with hangars, all appearing like doll houses from this great height. The air is sprinkled with airplanes and small dirigibles, darting about like huge birds. l.ittle did I think when I got up this morning that by noon I should be in my native city, much as l wished to be there. It was indeed a surprise to me when I reported at the ollice of the great New York daily with which I am connected, to have the chief tell me: "Catch the nine o'clock zep for Fond du Lac and rush us a good story on the meeting there. The class that won that I,i1rmfQv Digcft contest for having accomplished the greatest good in the world is having its ftwentieth annual reunion. Take good care of it." There was no need to tell me about this reunion. I knew all about it, for was it not my own class the Fond du Lac High School class of 1925? The zep settles to her mooring shaft without a jar, and with half a hundred other passengers, I make my way to the landing platform. Continuous elevators on the pulley principle run up and down the shaft, and I am reminded of my old classmate Elizabeth Sweet who is responsible for their invention. They are a result, she says, of her dislike for the high school stairs. A dozen landing places at different heights break the descent and at each of them are moored many air crafts while cries of "taxi", "taxi," assail Q. I I :L . 4 4., Vs A . iqtg' it ,L .L 5' U C "' -, , ' TQ: .f v A. I ,ln h Y tin' 5 F501 , . .,,. P I, ,Q LIFE the ear. I think I see seated in a small ofhce on one of these landings a familiar figure, I leave the elevator hurriedly. Yes, I am right. It is john Moran. After an exchange of greetings, he explains that he is manager of the air transplort line and offers to pilot me himself if I wish to use one of his crafts in the trip to t e school where the reunion is to be held. I tell him that I think I will walk or take an auto because I wish to see the changes in the old town. "I can get an auto, can't I?" I ask. "Oh, yes. Francis Gutreuter runs a line of flivers, and there is Tom Meagher's subway, or the street car-Marie Freund runs that, now, you know, but I can take you any place you want to go, and my lowest fleet is near enough the ground for you to see everythin So we enter the elevators and go down to the first landing above the ground. Looking down from that height, I recognize my surroundings,-Rueping Athletic Field It brings back old times and old scenes. I almost think the uniformed figures below are part of my imagination. But they are real, and you recognize, in the white sweatered coach, our old football demon, Pierce Musolf. He has taken over the Fondy high athletics since our own "Miracle man" has gone down to Madison to work wonders with the state U athletes. john Moran directs me to one of the smallest open planes, and immediately we are skimmin along Main Street just over the top of the surface traflic and pedestrians. It is all so famiiar, yet so changed. New stores and old ones jostle each other, and in many of the names over the doors I reco nize former classmates. Weddig and Aigner, groceries, Immel, Laughlin, and Hahn, ciugs, Dubois and Heath, clothiers, Dorothea Rosenthal, ice creams and candy, Schoor, shoes, Wegner hardware, Rosenbaum's beauty parlor, Erna Davis, millinery, Ethel Zehms, robes. Margaret Twohig and Irene Suprenand are recognized as pro rietors of a tea room, and there is the Becker electric shop, and the High music store, and, Irving Buck's "Home of the Radio." On the site of the H and H is thejentz and Venne bowling alley, and across the way is a tobacconist's shop run by Walter Beau. The old "eating places" are gone. The concentrated food tablets invented by Paul Schmidt, and now carried in every vest pocket and hand bag, save all the work and time formerly devoted to the consumption of meals. One sips tea, munches chocolates, or eats ice cream now as a matter of mere pleasure and social enjoyment. Eating to live is passe. lf one believes in signs, and I sometimes do, he will read with credulity that Thelma Fadner has become a prominent lawyer, Geneva Pohlman a painless dentist, Archie Fog- gatt an art instructor, Damaris Pullen a dancing teacher, and Esther Happe a public stenographer. Soon we arrive at the school with its mammoth auditorium, twenty years old now but seen only with the eyes of faith in 1925. Old classmates greet me on every hand. Here is Helen Meiklejohn who is now president of Milwaukee Downer, Alice Lessel- young, head of the office force at the Ruepin Leather Company, Edna Schiller, partner in the business and home of a rosperous locaffarmer, Helen Scherzinger, manager of the Scherzinger Funeral Home, Oliver Pilon, Fond du Las's new Fuller Brush man, Ruth Manthei, a partner in the lhrke shoe store, Karl Schultz, the well known author of Line: to Write in Memory Book: and How to Write Lava Lettcrr, and we always used to say that Karl didn't get anything out of his four years in high school, Norman Voell, editor of the Chicago Daibf Tribune, Marquis Moore, professor of Latin at Ripon College, now one of the lar est in the country, Bennie Moser, recently chosen the world's greatest athlete, Dorothy Smith and Ruth Little both happily married-all make me welcome o the reunion. Every seat in the auditorium is taken when Ma or Anna Minette Haentze welcomes her lassmates to the city and then turns over the gjtvel to Julius Richter, introducing him s the youngest justice ever appointed to the nited States Supreme bench. No, 'x rs-ig, I- ff I51l .,.f -44 aff Xx-fic:Mb- gram for the afternoon, provided by a few distinguished members of the class of '25, who are able to be present. Musical selections by the world famed orchestra come first and in the director we recognize Aubrey Amann, while among other members we know Margaret Carpenter Howard Strang. Then there is a one act play, a dialogue by Cecelia Calvy and Curtis Schultz whose success in the class play of 1925 led to continued foot- light partnership. Vocal numbers by Genevieve Guell, now a member of the Metro- politan Opera Company, an oration by August Bartelt, a dance by Lucille Miller, and instrumental numbers by Ray Justen and John Hanson are followed by the crowning delight of a remarkable program-a reading from Dooley by Miss Waters. d After a few words of greeting judge Richter announces the pro- The radio is next brought into play, and the gathering hears from class mates unable to be present in person. There is a greeting from Ermina and Hester Blakely who are touring Europe and at this moment are visiting Rose Breunig in Paris where Rose has established the largest orphanage in the world. Margaret Main and Esther Green are both in Washington, D. C., the former as the first woman senator from Wisconsin and the latter as librarian in the Congressional Library, both graduates of 1925 express their regrets in being unable to attend the reunion. Agnes Laughlin says that she is sorry to miss the annual affair, but she feels that the cats and dogs she has collected in her home for stray animals in New York need her more than we do. That Steve Anasis is busy teaching at the University of Wisconsin, and Roger Gormican is posing for Arrow Collars in San Francisco, their own voices tell us over the radio. Jennings Keenan speaks from his radio broadcasting station in his private airplane and announces that he is at present speeding to the meeting across the country from the Panama Canal Zone. Alice Lurvey, the world famed elocutionist, reads us two selections from London where she is to appear before the King and Queen tonight. Erwin Hintz is the United States ambassador to Spain and not only talks for himself but also for Wells Schultz, the United States swim- ming champion, who is now competing successfully in the Philippines. In the midst of the program there is a slight commotion, and I hear some one rushing toward the door. I look around. It is Lawrence Wachs. With a mumbled "I gotta get out o'here. Gotta get those papers off on the four o'clock car" he is gone. "A number by the Fond du Lac High School band directed by Daniel Treleven will conclude the program," Judge Richter announces. The music crashes into a stirring march. Then discord develops. There seems to be a new instrument introduced. It sounds like a bell, a loud, incessant jangle. I spring up. It is my alarm clock. I rub my eyes and look around. I am in my room back in the year 1925, and my day's lessons are waiting for me. My little journey into the future was all a dream. But was it a dream? Is it not possible that in sleep the spirit leaves the body, and wandering free, sees what is dark to earthly eyes? Was it all a dream or was it a prophecy? ELLEN UTTER ' 25 KICFN, ,ff5X'3LN fx- ENC " X .,,-f":f" ' ' ' 'X e xx E k,.47X'wf 5 X1 'lul- I , f , ifif 1 i I521 a x K, o NX Farewell, Seniors We wish for all of you, The best that life does hold. We would that you might have, Fulfillment of worthy dreams, Fulfillment won by work, love, sacrifice. We would have you gallant, Courageous and cheerful as you go, Giving to others a modicum Of your own joy and success. We would see you generous and helpful, Ready to sympathize in joy, in sorrow. Willing to build ideals and illusions, If only to make the commonplace beautiful. Oh, we would see you, with head held high, Receiving the awards of true merit, Merit secured through effort, sincere And waited for with patience, with faith in God. We would have you ideal Americans, Carrying the light of liberty, of freedom, And ready to pass it on and on, 'Till you shall all stand, triumphant, On the highest crest of the wave of life. LORRAINE NAss CLASS MOTTO "Launched, not anchored" CLASS COLORS Orchid and Silver CLASS FLOWER Premier Rose ' A QKZFXS 7 1--4 1 53 X55 'K' H- - i r J xx , df-9' .f-X v 'L-kv' ' I lk 1' .. Q ' F W I! - , K- W lfl' WPWW l ,W .L no Jw... t t 'E H 1 .-1 .., U' ' it 1'3" . r V .JCL- X s 4 - .. 1 g 1- 1.55. ., . s. 9 --P Na' 1.-' .' -A-zz .-1? - 0: th, .1' 1 A , v 71' . . l 1 f W - X. X 1 A L if .-V,Vg., 1 uh W-,' 1-gil A ,ffk I llllf -- Q' l:l.nlwl','1w ,qbu f'lQf':'i any f an 0 It 1 , id! D 1 -v N r . VI" H 1 ' IL- . L541 V' ,if 4 4-""V 'JJ' tk. I 1. i Q 1" ff? Y"" 'fx --1 .. l .urn 41. if PM -ya 4 ANA X ' f YR.. k 'I w r' 17 4 ' Q ,Q . ' ' f',,6.11 xr: WE. his-K. E' '55 12 LIFE Class History We have reached the close of a year rich in new experiences, new ambitions, and new friends, a year made eventful and valuable by the many praisworthy accomplish- ments of our junior class. We have ventured into new territoryg we have tried to do things we have never done before. In all these attemps we have emerged victorious. Our class officers are a splendid representation of the entire junior class. At a meeting in November, the following officers were electedg: President-RAYMOND BREITUNG Vice-President-DELBERT 'HUTCHINS TFCZSUFCT-HERTHA WBGNER SCCFCIRFY-ALVIN LANG Social SCCFCCHFY-LENORE MARTIN .ul 0 5 i 9 I ' do 3 2 H l The president of our class is an honor-roll student as well as being prominently con- nected with Life, Peptimift, and debating. Our vice-president is captain-elect of the football and basketball teams for the coming year and has been able to maintain a fin scholastic record in addition to his taking part in so many outside activities. 'Sf fs f' "V mhdlvn-UUWVI' "f'T"' I l 111 56 by , ,F-' 1 .-g. ,V xi-X -77 if fc nf--f 1 if . . th. J V! 4 ,. I ffff' '- f 4 '1f'w""l" ' ' Ah, 'J' ,-"----- ""' af . I 1 if , . ...J- f n bgtl .JL A- f ."" u I I I 4 Q---x fx. if-421, . Fw vt:-v JZ". J J r rj l I, 4 I i . . xl -I we I - a 'i Y N il if -M -d , V YA-4.-q:!r, xr x4 r i ' i aurivris -ia! mm f a ' - .Lia l i .Q i One of the most outstanding achievements of our class, however, is the fact that a junior-and this iunior a girlfwas successful in making the Triangular debating team. lt is indeed commendable that these and other individuals are directly responsible for the enviable reputation of this class. Besides being well represented on the honor roll, the juniors claim the distinction of having gained some of the highest averages of the school. The energy, enthusiasm, good fellowship, school spirit, and splendid scholarship are adequate reasons for our pride in the junior class. Moreover, we are not content to rest on the laurels of our past, and we "trust no future howe'er pleasant." Instead we intend to strive always in the present so that the honors we have gained will not decrease our ambition. We are eternally optimis- ic as becomes youth and as befits those who look towards the future as a time w hen even more aspirations will be realized. So "Let us, be up and doing With a heart for any fateg X' h Still achieving, still pursuing, i Learn to labor and to wait." -IEANNE TENNANT '26 l LORRAINE NAss '26 I i 'h , X - 'fi I H 1 X X . x'-- -:-' ff ',.,i: s ki , 5 4 - .5-Y 'V , I" O ,, ' .LW J ' d s ' Q"'1.-lv 1, ' " t ' '4-g. l57l . -ae. lu Nfxda NL vlcigrg-f. ,A-ffc'HD'N,1N JUNIOR ' , ., . , L A . 1. , .. I -" W V 2 , I I-71, I TYR , I . fZ2crf'fEf9'2 .- 'flf3'i2iI , I A I ,.,I,.A I HVNVR BVI-L A W AL R .fm N, ' 1 V, -If I f I 1 ' . ,',, fi. N ,A '5"'f" f ' . ' ' ' ff""fL JEANNE TENNANT RALPH WILLIS MARIE R. MEYER MARGARET CHEW RUTH I-1ELz FERNE MCESSY DOROTHY GAELE BETTY GRUENHECK LUCILLE LEMKE HENRIETTA FRIEDEL RUTH BECHAUD RUTH LEWIS IRVING OLSON RAYMOND BREITUNG MILDRED FALKENSTEIN DELRERT HUTCHINS GRACE FADNER ,Ks . ,k f"X":X -X 2- H?-R xDJ,' X,-:gf .'g'4?T.-.iX- ""M:m1IIYTll'W 'fff9Fq7r"fwn.'17W"""rf E581 5 ul -f nf s- "' ,X .-ff 5 I --LZIQJTI' I F- xc..,, M - X id I, -xt. L f' ' N, I .......-....-.-.-f--------'----"-"""" 1 5 Q HELZ o.5mn'H XZBREITUNG I w l l , N f iffgaiag 532 'salma -f V '- - 4 .Ma-'LRF 13' Iffgfffiiiz in "Y WI, :N wif' ig. 1 "Siiifii3i5' FN I 71 . 1.0 'ga' K:-f' w N E-MEYER J TENNPXNT is Qvaunrwnzn v, HUTCWNS. H .simous L. emumsr , . ,A ' -.: '. YN a ' s ' 5 'X' 1 .1 1 x X A . l Q -T Q A F: , --:N N . ' ""xQ, , E591 '- Y, U ,sn 1 ff- W- .a s Y lx v5. a.,Z' 5 LA' fc? x B I I if 1 I nl, I' ,L y . v Q25 X K 's' Q 'I 1 , Y X , X 'N g',..., 1 .wi 1 I 2? Ld 'A , X 32' 3 x fix J 2 2 Y ,fi Y " Q 1 X ?' K N : 2 J. ' - --V It ' I X601 3 fc Nlon CL .IU 61 UNIOR CLASS '-5 LIFE Kit? ff? Class History We may be sophomores, but we are certainly not "perennial sophomores". It is not ours to flaunt our knowledge in order that others will recognize our superi- ority. They have withstood the taunts of the upper-classmen in the realization that at some time these older students will be compelled to recognize our many abilities and talents. We sophomores, as newcomers to the school, have been looked down upon because of our so-called lack of wisdom and sophistication, yet in truth we are respected and admired by the other students for our ambition and eagerness for success. There is evidence this year of the accomplishments of the sophomores throughout the entire school. Members of this class are in every club to which they are eligible as a membership, some hold oflices in organizations. There are a number of sophomores on both the Life and Pcptimixt staffs, the athletic teams are comprised largely of this group, and last, but not least, the names of a great number of sophomores appear regu- larly on the school honor roll. Thus by our manifestation of school spirit, of enthusi- asm, and of ability to learn, we have proved ourselves worthy of being called the most promising sophomore class Fond du Lac High School has ever had. . OLIVE SMITH '27 """-K' ,fx ' sw-4 t',-- fp'-A- f H mf- our-vli511l'lII"""fN1fv7"'wFx'F"'r ' ., . fezj .- 'I 11' 1 V FN Hs' if I ,nf LIFE AFWLL Iliiscir ', ,Ig ,QR I bfi .f 'l 1 SOPHOMORE ','4f ' A"ffIfLq!I 11. A . "M , A 2 G? if. I ' 'JM , ' 4 rv IL 2 P X, XBR 1 xi. f ,,xX VIRGINIA KLINE ADELLA ABRAHAM VIOLA DUFFRIN FLORENCE HENNING LORENA DUFFRIN HARRIET CARPENTER GRACE JENSEN DORTHY SCHRAGE LEONA MIELKE VANAS RISTAU BERNICE FOLEY MELVIN MUELLER CECELIA O'CONNELL DOROTHY KLINGBEIL PAUL KROES ERMIN FREUND GLADYS SCHWARTZ MARION GLAsow LORAIN GERHARD DOROTHY BARBEAU OLIVE SMITH ERNA SCHARF EDWIN OTTERY FLORENCE PEERENBOOM CECELIA MARSHALL ESTHER EWALD MARY BRADY MARION KEMMITZ IRENE HEATON HAZEL MENGEL .f-.H Y Q il 1,-IN 'lu NN 11-O, vmxX7, I Q ,I"fl mv,- M-. '-q, r' X631 :...-7 J',,RL, .R-,x,.. v W ,.. ' ' .. .-f4xN - 'J' " -i""1. -"' L ' N 4 , Q . . a1Us1fea?fuiQj - J D WATSON U QQQQQN H CAQVE NTED. A 4 G, DOWNS Tl EOYLE A AERAHKM 2 tv i ,,1 L HANSON EJ-KALVERSON Y PLATZ jr -A. -f 1, W if ,Q f641 "" ... , I igvt- ', 4 l . 433' M "F'1'f"' - ' 2 ' C r-V: R' t Ji-J . fxfn ,- -. - . kg.. Vuww 5 A I I Q ,. fp ,3- 'W HI! A , 65 1 . 1,2 my . .5 5,51 lfggf. Jn. 'Y nf .. 5 Q, 'rims' 1 A .v-, , f PHOMORE C1455 So F S M561 SOPHOMORI1 Cmss 67 RW dr-I . T1 nd gn YA 41 -J SOPHOMORE - H it I Y ,, ' 5. , , -L -ix .-.J Q K W I Q, ,s , l f x 2 v E X 3 I 1 1 ' W I A W 1 ' K 'I . 1 1 X Y 'wx ,Y A r ,lx N ' I N , I, V if f . , , E, 1 r 1 ' 1 ' I , -EQ 1, V ,fag - 9 I . fl ' - 3 7 ' "T - -fag : Y , pair' ,- .S 'J 6-4-s u: ,f syrgj J., ,I ' , ,M-4. vo ,- V, . - .a gg 2'-. " , I, , J , ' -Qv' ,. n- ,qv - , - - if ' 'L' ,l 681 n LV- ii-L ..- .Af -If 'A V-,-Q, ,., fx ,Q iv N l A,,4'f 3 4: I -0 I. Klazkxc Y. .rx i A 'E ij., l il 41' ' ' Y ' , n L: yn Q N V 5 f l A fi? T a 5 ns! 4 A . 5 1 1,1 . A Q ! I .5105 . V B Y l Jjlhlqu 1 l . L A Eawm HIN'FZ W. Sizisa IRVING BUCK ROGER GORMICAN Editor Faculty Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Business Manager ,Hn ,Hppreciaiion The 1925 Life is a product of loyal co-operation embracing far more than the per- sonnel of the staff,-fyes, even more than the personnel of the school itself, extending even to the community. The men and women of this community have recognized the promises of the future in the youth of its city and have given to it ever increasing advantages. They have done even more, and through their steadfast interest and their material contributions they have made possible a memorial of days spent in the Fond du Lac High School-in short they have made possible this book. We acknowledge our gratitude to the professional and business men and women of Fond du Lac through whose efforts this book to a certain extent has been made. The editor appreciates the work of the faculty who have assisted in the publication of this annual both directly through their individual efforts and indirectly through Stll- dents instructed by them. Appreciation is expressed also to the student members of the staff who have given their hearty co-operation and have shown their willingness. i'xThe editor thanks finally all others who have in some way lent a helping hand: studen ts who have aided the editors and furthered the subscriptions, the printers, the engra rs, and the photographers. - Eawm HINTZ if V: it Q, .f ,Q '-. T skate'--me-fa I. l FE -me nfghf-f-"N-f IPI' J J 0 7 17 JI 17 lu 'X f :Qt 5' . :r 7o'j ,I-'H '- -- 'se..,..gN..f"'TfX"' Lfe Staff I 925 1. Hester Blakely, Senior Arrociate Editor 2. Raymond Brcitung, junior Anociate Editor 3. Miss Teresa O'Brien, Faculty Editor 4. Deane Gordon, .Yopbomore Atrociate Editor 5. Thelma Fadner, Literary Department 6. Jeanne Tennant, Literary Department 7. Lorraine Nass, Literary Department A 8. John Hanson, Literary Department 9. Olive Smith, Literary Department 10. Miss Mary Lawless, Organization Adviror 11. Helen Immel, Organizationr 12. Marie R. Meyer, Organizatione 13. Helen Stroup, Organizations 14. Ellen Hanrahan, Organization: 15. Mary Brady, Organizations 16. Miss Julia Ann Ross, Art Adoiror 17. Linus Venne, Art Department ' 18. Silvan Le Mieux, Art Department 19. Ernestine Wagner, Art Department 20. Margaret Dana, Art Department .ag ' '- v-.1-X I I kn- mWFfTl7'7".'Faf'nlIWyv'f., ,vp ne.: 71 ' Lil J "K-- fTNiDk', r' B H ' ll "- , 'Y -U., , I N -0 WiH,'l.'.'3,'fl7" if F' ' 1- 1 I J ,1'f Q sg - . as K l . I' A i X555 L. it rf ' ,U I N -.-, 1 , W 9 1 2 - J + A 5 1 . V' I A 6 7 B 7 zo 11 V ' JJ 14 I5 X N IL ' 17' -- I7 zo 4 an - iw . 1 4 11 -V 2 ,Q . ll YI 1 , za - Zl 1 . M , , H M.- ,A . 7, ' v 1 . QPF ' 3' Vid' ' 4 1 I ' '29 . 41 .b , ax, .5 fp.-' 'S E 15 ' ' Q ,lp jst! ..' fi. . . ., . - , n, ...., A .' vs -b L . I 7 ' 5 I 72 1 . J" ' h r .A- mv -" 1 - . 1. Ll FE Lfe Slfaf 1925 1. Miss Dora Fox, Athletic Advieor 2. Norman Voell, Athletic Department 3. Frank Fitzpatrick, Athletic Department 4. Miss Katherine O'Brien, Snape and Alumni Advmr 5. Alvin Lang, Snape Department 6. Hcrtha Wegner, Snap: Department 7. Sue Kremer, Snape Department 8. Bennie Moser, Snap.: Department 9. Lucille Miller, Snap: Department 10. Charles Hess, Snape Department 11. Miss Loraine Brenner, Humor Advixor 12. Betty Gruenhecli, Humor Department 13. Walter Weddig, Organizations 14. Mary Agnes Boyle, Humor Department 15. Ursel Boudry, Humor Department 16. Genevieve Downs, Snapx Department 17. Vincent Du Bois, Alumni Department 18. Dorothy Heath, Alumni Department 19. Anna Minette Haentze, Alumni Department 20. Miss Helen Wade, Typing Adoixor 21. Alice Lesselyoung, Typier 22. Clara Blank, Typist l 23. Asella Casper, Typixt 24. Estella Gores, Typirt K. X 25. Esther Green, Typiet 26. Florence Roberts, Typiit X NN 27. William Hirth, junior Bu.rine.f.r Manager lik 28. Paul Kroes, Sophomore Bu.rine:.r Manager 1 W" 1- A X' f A -X, fs- 1 rg' V :ugh p .. f l - QQ. , A,-' 'TsV"Y"'7"-"I-- ., .e ' ' 'H--7, E731 .. 'Gila J E.. .' 'uhh 74 ATI-ILETIYS H751 -I .va V -- fa LI FE H ewferswfeee '-if Director of Athletics l COACH FRUTH It takes perseverance to develop a good basketball team. Coach Fruth, by the success- ful teams he has produced, has certainly proved to all lovers of the cage sport that he thoroughly understands every phase of the game. Although often confronted with green material and poor facilities for practice, he has each year pro- duced remarkable results. Mr. Fruth has been director of athletics at Fond du Lac High School for eleven years and during that time has produced many win- E. D. FRUT11 Director Cf Athletics ning teams both in football and in basketball. Last year he started coaching baseball in Fondy-High and since the revival of that sport he has aroused much enthusiasm among the students. An inter-class league has been formed and a school team has been entered into valley competition. Three wins, two from Omro and one from Neenah, have already been chalked up in Fondy's favor. Success is anticipated in the remaining games on the schedule. Coach Fruth has also directed football in our high school and the success attained in that sport during the past few years is due in no small part to the foundation laid by him. "Tut" has endeared himself to all who are interested in high school sports. He has inspired in all who have ever been under his supervision a fighting gameness that marks the spirit of Red and White competition. He stands for the highest ideals in athletics and develops young athletes who point to him with pride and say, "He made us what we are today." NORMHAN VoEL1. 1925 , l lv, -- -'FV' .l- - Mr' -'Wi' -if K " ' an 'f , 1' ,L is 76 Q'-Y ,,.U'i " . 1,5 -Q -9- .lf A - ,a -Vee--fsfwf L L FE l . . S f X E. F. BAKER l I L X" -a Th L C. E.'TiPToN J - I 4 - c N't- Qi 'flfx b a ' ?-f"f. 1 - X ' 'N-fi -9 . I 'ii C T 1 -K: " - - M' 1 ., .nl TT X:L , 9 -lj Q sl ,Y T-'gli-X V -A--f XX-1,1 ". J Coach of' Football ELMER F. BAKER Coach Baker in his first year as director of the gridiron turned out a machine that went through the entire season with but one defeat. This achievement is notable especially since the team was composed chiefly of first year men. The spirit that "Bake" instilledin his men was shown in the West Green Bay game, the final score being 6-7 to the tune of Fond du Lac. Throughout the entire season the spirit of never die manifested itself. "Bake"developed the ability of each member and organized a machine that worked with a precision which was not equaled anywhere in the valley. Though the team was light compared with other valley squads, it developed a lightnin speed that baffled its opponents. To Mr. Baker is due s cial credit for the build- ing up of the line wliich made it possible for the backfielcl to carry out plays successfully. Through "Bake's"skill a systematic defense was built up that was a stone wall to the enemy. R. E. BnE1TUNG '26 Assistant Coach ' c.E.T1PToN Mr. Tipton, coming to our high school fresh from Lombard College, where he starred at both tackle and guar , was one of the import- ant factors which made the 1924 season a success. Previous to entering Lombard, he had two years of successful coaching experience in Southern Illinois. His main work was with the line. This year an exceptionally strong line was developed. The linemen, factors which are usually un- reco nized on a team, won praise on every hang. "Tip," well liked by all of the boys, got the most fight possible out of themg the team developing a remarkable fighting spirit, which carried it to victory in six out of seven games. ln every game the team played to win. This splendid s irit, due mainly to Ti-pton was not crushed buy the Appleton defeat. " ip" will be of much value in building the 1925 machine. FRANK FITZPATRICK H. . W--'1' .-a AI, , cg'-:N l77l ju 91 '-Q Bn 1- V 24 Review of the Season 1924 Second place in the Fox River Valley conference! Six games won out of seven games played! This record, one to he well proud of, was established hy the football team of 1924, the most successful football team that ever wore the Red and White of the Fond du Lac High School. Coach E. F. Baker has put Fond du Lac on the football map of Wisconsin, something that has not been accomplished in former years. With such overwhelming success in his hrst year, Coach Baker should, in the future, turn out some wonderful teams for Fondy, teams that will battle as did the 1924 machine to hring a football championship to Fond du Lac. Starting the season with hut a few experienced players, Baker built up a team that brought laurels to Fondy High, Slowly he built up the team that fought its way to victory in every game hut one. Appleton being the only team to defeat the Red and White won on a fluke touchdown hy a score of 6-0. The two greatest victories of the season were registered by Fond du Lac over Oshkosh and Sheboygan. The Red and White defeated the Sawdust city crew by a score of 13-6, and for the hrst time in live years Fondy won from Sheboygan hy a score of 12-6. ln the lirst game of the season, Fondy triumphed over Ripon. The following Satur- day last year's victory over Manitowoc was re eated hy a 6-0 count. Appleton, next on the schedule, defeated Fondy hy a score o 6-O, but Balcer's men CLINIC back the next game and trimmed West Green Bay hy a 7-6 score. This battle was the hardest fought of the season. A touchdown hy Hutchins and a drop-kick after the touchdown won the game for Fondy. The team travelled to Waupun the following Friday and heat the Prison City gang by a score of 13-6 and then "lit into" Oshkosh, winning by the same score. ln the final game Fondy won from Sheboygan, the score being 12-6. , i "i ' , ...S , vu J F , io- ' - I if ' " K. +L-.. ss ' 5 ' -1 is N Si. , ." i X 4. K Jn,-in, ug. , Qi- ELT B ' . I '- X K tm in -s.::.:g,- xx -V me V L' I- -Ik-f K -.. 'N il l Football 1924 A l. .1 .L 1 X l I CONFERENCE HONORS NV L T Pct. East Green Bay , , , , , ,, , ,, , , 4 1,000 Fond du Lac , E - , 4 ,800 West Green Bay 3 V750 Appleton 2 , SOO Sheboygan, E 3 SOO Marincttc, E O ,OOO Oshkosh , O OOO Manitowoc ,,,,, . E - ,, .. , ,, - 1 , 0 .000 THE SCORES Fond du Lac 13 Ripon ,,,, , , ,, Fond du Lac 6 Manitowoc , , , , , , . Fond du Lacs 1 E - , N O Appleton, E, , ,, E , E E Fond du Lac 7 West Green Bay, ,, ,, Fond du Lac 13 Waupun , , ,H ,H Fond du Lac 14 Oshkoshn ,,e,,, , , , Fond du Lac 12 Sheboygan ,. ,E , . Fond du Lac 64 Opponents , , "F" MEN CAP'rA1N Musouf PAUL SCHMIDT LAWRENCE BRUNET AEE MANIS FRANK FITZPATRICK NATHAN COHEN DELBERT HUTCHINS JOHN LEMIEUX ' EUGENE DOLAN LAWRENCE WHALEN GILBERT JENZ GEORGE MCMILI,AN 5 BENNIE MOSER Louls HANSON .L ' H - N. VOELL - E . in " .- .NX . J ' f Ns . 1 , -'j wx ' 5 1 '-uf-fi' W N """ - ,. Q' ,, 'V 1 '. , 'Xen' F A r h If -:fd W :xl vi ' - I ' 4 A- JY' I Q ' : ul ,, 'f4.-- , rv -1- 1 , - .-1. . xt' g- 5- 1 'M' T: - , -v-'L'QQ,",2Y ,. "T- XI 't " , l l l X' 'fx -..X i N , I 'FT lg -,-. X Football Captains PIUS MUSOLF RIQTIRING CAPiI'AIN The pack of a football captain is burdensome. Pius Musolf, who led the Red and White warriors in their admir- able light through the 1924 season, is deserving of much credit. Fondy High has had more sensational captains, but never a grittier player or a greater student of the game. Resourceful and courageous, Captain Musolf led one of the fastest teams through one of the school's greatest football seasons. DEL HUTCHINS CAP'r,uN Euzcr ln the two years that he has worn the Red and White uniform "Del" h is won the coveted reputation of being one of the best quarterbacks and pun ters in the Fox River Valley Conference As a member of the Garfield junior High team he gained much valuable experience which helped train him for the position he now holds. H has the weight and speed and is a fighter from the first whist e to the last. W predict a banner year for "Fish" next year's captain. i l lf i il X V I .K 1 1 fp- y - V L , , 4. ,x -g - 1 8 ""' . , Oil r." . 1' J '- " V ' ,. . . .. '4- 7 v : - , ' W W - ' a . -. ' - . .4 .- . ' . .-77 . 410-va., . --,-' - M.,.n f A " 'V fn. si.. ' ' A :""" ' , ' " ., .-,sf 4 N ' .s "" ' .,,.-N 14- - -wg . wr g "'-,, 4. - ' . 1- - - K .f. -4 Hutchins carrying the ball through guard and tackle in a closed formation play against West Green Bay. 1 ' ' , wif, - .ij An open formation play in the West Green Bay game. Fondy used the aerial attack to good advantage. l81l .x' x . .X ,J - .'-71,1 ., ,'1-,4.- 9 .,.', 'L . ' . . -, .I A . . , . 9. A'-5 ' -bv . Nf'xH'r"-gw..f3d:9 -muff F E. Lfxwmmcla BRUNET Full back 1-u .li EUGENE DOLAN Half back sI-,X R-'lf-0113" Louis HANSON Half hack 4 - ...... , PAUL SCHMIDT f" JOHN LEMIEUX I GILBERT JENTZ Guard Guard Guard . E . J' w -FX I AS xi , x'- ' . Y f nl' if - n -' 'A K.-23"-'Nz' Q f, G Q K1 . ,af-' 1 X Q. v lm -' A'-+".1 '1fYV"' W '7 "J" r L ,-BL ' v . an U ,. h - , A f l82l -:rf f.. , ...Q .1 .it if -Ci... 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K S "" f,.,, f ..-new In ma eu Lilo Pla . 4 L Z f ' f,i G""' X g lxnuswqgpunv-3 , , , ' ' ' T0 HUNTUP I if :w.Gig:, 'Pramcaama Sf -'fav 1 SM 'rilxslmm -ff... ...mi eonuuuLn6E 11ut5laaS L, WAUPUNFAi A,- 1 34 , ,gg 'f,, ,, - - , , ji Q K L . . PEPM N., 0CAl GRIDDERS . I f OF F0 W' EEr ND "9'1aBW A 'NG an flc:"".ii2, Wfiggi f'f'1fE7f?0i1P,,, 01fERToP sims ' S Wau . Han Xfire :uf"' fioy lr" ' wif , wflw ,, l- I 'K V ,fl squad S - ,: - S hool Stu ents Pa? Xln Celebratugh , -V nm L W uxxxmw we-mmm iw?ff'L:i?'?nruE:xe?uu5' xxuxrhuu. a fc aol-X 3 4 V X I I 'wmmmmivil 1 .2221-.x n u. our nn Inns an an to Torgvt when much , Nur mn er nl. har 1gi:lx1n.:ll3nu:g gig " - 'ff 1. mn , ,, , J . . wgffhfp my' tum ,xx the We C ww w , A 'W' mama Pk R X -'hx'- 'n-2- "'- 2 N is GMES ,. H X S MW nm sum ...r QPYIKN X C-av WK min my Bakliir 4-lm! ll a-33 .elnlglmggnhme n,p0nllV,,..4.--'- . my A ,,M,..,.M.. AM-- iff--.LJ""""""...A "M" FOOTBALL SN ATCHE5 -f 1 Y ,..- ,-61 Q -- ,- 'N J V - ,,-'- X- -Q -. . ""r-. ur.-.f 11:-'- if...- -54-jf' N xx L 'X ' ,J K - . Q-,if .K,5 Qr' ' , v-'fri 5 : ' -V-11 - ' xv A K A , , I I 5.3 ' F 'pf' f - .-dr t I V..- ' ' 'N V "---.-,f ..-- - Y V' 1' f'I ' , ' " . up 1-T,-I ,L I 'H 3, gh ' 'il v M I h V 84 1 , waz: -:Q Q .PQV5 ll MTX I.lFE 'vga ,Hn ,fqppreciation The student body feels deeply indebted to the Fond du Lac Rotary club. For years this worthy organization has given its support to many of the high school activities, but the backing given to athletics this season has been especially encouraging to the teams. In football the Rotarians stood back of the team to a man. They not only attended all of the games, but left their offices and places of business to speak at mass-meetings, arousing a lively school spirit. In basket ball the same interest was evident. The boys especially enjoyed being guests at the noon-day meetings. Next year in our new gymnasium we shall be glad to welcome all Rotarians to our pep meetings and to our contests. ,X ff l ' I a F fx.. Ylllx f ' i - I J.. " .. , la-4 1. 0 ta I I fl 99- A S, ' . lf:-'5.M H. 1,41 -Q. ,..,.- , s Y M , -,.:-Q' O .J 1 g W Ll!!! N.,-,jx ,. s . -Y y X .V , - .,f 'A Review of the 1925 Basketball Season Basketball spelled with a big Il 'as is customary in Fond du Lac was very satis- factory to Fondy fans last season. Starting in as more or less of an unknown quantity, the team plunged into a hard schedule and emerged with but live defeats at the end of thirteen games. Fondy won second place in the Valley Conference and in the Oshkosh Normal tournament. Captain Moser and Del Hutchins, the only two regular basketball letter men of last year, made the basketball outlook a decidedly bright one. Added to these stars was a host of green material with which to lill the position left vacant by the gradua- tion of the majority of last year's team. 1 Fondy's hrst real test came in the game played against the Ripon Frosh. Although' forced to suffer defeat, the Red and White benefited by having a strong opponent in the ' lirst game. ln the next contest the Alumni taught the boys a lesson by handing thelm . 11 17414 defeat. it ':- A ' A 1 . .. A T33-11 ,5 .Fe I" . -L -.7 . I 5- 'S . l --" tk' gg- ae . F , I . , f n. L' - tl. 517 . . . I . s' V -I 1- f Lsol ' ,, ' A ff' A ' 4' fig' up .pf 'xr 'i rl J-, s r XE ! 9. l 'X li X l l 4 l. f LLFE ---M 5, With their calibre rather in doubt by the results of the first two games, the Red and White entered upon their major interscholastic schedule. Despite the efforts of the entire team, we were handed a 19-13 trimming by Sheboygan. The following week the team traveled to East Green Bay determined to break into the win column. As the result of a clean, thrilling, hard fought struggle, Fondy came out on the long end of an 18-17 battle. At Fond du Lac, in the game of games, Oshkosh fell by the wayside 14-7. lt was in this game that our dashing young captain "let loose" and cupped off the honors of the day. At Marinette Fondy added another victory to her already grow- ing string, hut Appleton lifted the scalp of the Fruthmen taking revenge for the defeat handed them at the tourney last year. Quickly recovering, the Red and White basketeers took Manitowoc into camp 20-8, hut soon after took a licking from the Blue and White of Oshkosh, the score being 13-11. Fondy had the edge in playing, but Oshkosh got the breaks. Fondy next subdued West Green Bay 35-12 in the most overwhelming victory of the season, and in the final game of the conference defeated Appleton 22-15. By virtue of this victory the team finished second in the Valley Conference. . Fond du Lac entered the district tournament with hopes high and started off hy crushing Oshkosh 15-9. The next night Ripon met defeat at the hands of the Red and White. But, alas, in the final game, Neenah defeated Fondy 22-8. N X NoRMAN Vouu. '25 l 4 ,, . .hm v nvwv . F I .. ,," If irff-ff' "w'f1""a1- - . in 4 . 4' nn - R'-' 'L 1-v 'E Q-sa. 4 ff 'X-f""g'w... l.,l F ll. f' Jgfilmxfx-J RL' Q BENNY MOSER RETIRING CAPTAIN It requires unusual skill to command properly a team on the field of action ut Benny Moser demonstrated his right to captain the Red and White quintet by his proficiency in every department of the game. Captain Moser proved a virtual leader this year. Though small in stature,his uncanny eye and perfect dribbling were sensational against the playing of his larger opponents. He would tear down the floor with a dash of a hunted hare, stop in less than an instant, pivot, and pass in a manner that made him in- directly responsible for many of Fondy's field goals. The season just closed was Moser's last on the Red and White basketball team. It completed two years of whirl- wind pla ing that will be hard to excel in fiiture years. NORMAN VOELL '25 DELBERT HUTCHIN S CAPTAIN ELECT From girdiron to basketball court, that's the history of Del Hutchins. After finishing a successful season at football and being elected captain of the team for next year, Hutchins im- mediately threw aside his moleskins and replaced them with a basketball outfit. As a member of the 1925 basketball team he worked as brilliantly as he had done on the football field. He is an all-round man on the basketball floor, being used at the forward, center, and guard positions. Hutchins should, with his experience and other qualities, make a fitting leader for the Red and Whi both in football and in basketball. NORMAN VOELL '25 ,kdm ' px- : ,, v " " " 'fu' V Q .f" .4 T -- !,'I1"' 'M 1Il,.'7f'i'l1'7 wg -4- fr f' 1'f'T'7"" 2' v.. tw- ,,.,- I l 883' Liga R-, .. fit. KR! X fi' LIFE EQ, 3 EUGENE DOLAN LoU1s HANSON Guard Forward Fond du Lac .... Fond du Lac .... Fond du Lac .... Fond du Lac .... Fond du 'Lac .... Fond du Lac ,,., Fond du Lac ,.A. Fond du Lac ..... Fond du Lac .... Fond du Lac ...., Fond du Lac .... Fond du Lac ....... ..... THE SCORES ---- 15 14 ---- 13 ,--- 18 ,--- 14 M-- 13 ,-,- 11 ---- 20 ,-,- 11 ,-,- 35 ---- 22 DISTRICT - - - -- - 15 Ripon Frosh - - Alumn1 .....1, Sheyboygan- - - East Green Bay Oshkosh ..,... Marincttc .,,, Appleton ..,. Manitowoc- Oshkosh ...... West Green Ba Appleton ..... TOURNAMENT Oshkosh ..... Ripon ..... Neenah ...... Opponents .... .f'x -R V, 'Q' N. . ,' ,, N -, ond du Lac .................. 22 nd du Lac .................. 8 ' Fgfpd du Lac ................. 231 xt - 1 ,Q , -' or " 'Ty - 1 ,. ' f--A A , 1 ' T T' 1 ' 4 X, " -an A 2 - evra Q , 'A 'fir rw ,pg x- A .- Tf. fr" '-'1""w- xx D' "WL ',,Q3,,S-f-u I: E " wlammlxrgfdcn I Y RICHARD WATSON Guard ABE MANIS Center STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS WON IN RECENT YEARS 1915-EDWARD KARST-Captain J. E. ROBERTS-coach 1919-WILLIAM FITZPATRICK-Captain E. D. FRUTH-Coach 1922-DONALD MCKINLEY-Captain E. D. FRUTH-Coach 1924-WILLIAM DEW-Captain E. D. FRUTH-Coach i.rr- "WI-aIMH"Wf 'I' "qjyf'f-f.nIM77W"" ' +1- IQOJ fwjkr . L. 'Q .5 LIFE ..... wb -...N D I I - .els .. A Q Inter Class League Results W L Pct. 6 1 .857 3 4 .428 1 5 .166 Gerald Lloyd Lawrence Bruner - - - - -Richard Watson Juniors-- Seniors ---- Sophomores - - CLASS CAPTAINS Seniors -.-.--....---.---.----..- Juniors ----- Sophomores - - 'Low v ' . X. X A "' I -'- A LXR fxf.. -if i. '- ' 'S V. ee 'S'-, 1 -f eu- ...L W I wr, 1' -Wm 1.1.--.--7 V..-,rf A-1 NEW'-." Y -"M-"5 i911 ,-1' X-X . J mf' Q' I-,Tn ' n l REVIEW OF BASEBALL SEASON Fond du Lac High school entered into its third year of baseball with a fairly good outlook. With several veterans and a host of material from the class teams, the boys should, undoubtedly, make a good showing. The experience they gain from the class league along with their natural ability should enable Fruth to pick a winning team. "Chink" Dolan was elected captain of the team at a meeting of last year's "F" men. , Dolan played on last year's team 'and will i probably hold down first or second this year. ,Q The inter-class league was formed again this year to enable Fruth to see his talent in action. Captains of the teams were elected as follows: Lloyd, seniorsg Brunet, juniorsg . and Watson, sophomores. EUGENE. DQLAN At the time this book goes to press, Fondy has made her debut into the 1'925 baseball season by defeating Omro 5-2. The school nine, with a bit of polishing, is now ready to enter into its major schedule. Coach Fruth has worked out a nice combination and has a host of other players to call on if needed. The lineup for the Omro game was: Keip ..... ..... C . F. Krause .... .... 2 . B. Musolf ..... ..... 3 . B. Soyk ..... .... R . F. Miller .... ..... 1 . B. Willis .... .... C . Halbach ........... L. F Lloyd .... ..... P . Miess' --- ...... S. S. 1 -'NORMAN Vosm. '25 'fx XfNv,....Af:q'fXtX "' - 1 I ' ,,, . lg?-1 - , "-- " at 'go I -. nl ' ' -A - H . We R p "ken-fe V-Qf:.1sW , L 1 FE N . Our Cheer Leader x w 'L 5--va ' i 'J , Q -":H1 Fon-du-Lac! Fond-du-Lac! Yes, we're from Fondy High 'ft' and we're proud of it. That's the spirit and enthusiasm ii E we have put into our yells. Through the football field, q tie- L basketball court, and baseball diamond, we have spurred in if our teams, by a great volume of real cheering, to a touchdown, a basket, or a run. And who is responsible 5' for inciting this school spirit and bringing this inspiring chant to its greatest effectiveness? None less than our Esther Halvmon prominent and worthy sophomore, Esther Halverson. Although Erwin Hintz, Ray Breitung, and Claude Corbeille have worked at inter- vals to arouse pep at mass meetings and games, it is to Esther Halverson that we give the due credit of being the main and most conspicuous leader of Fondy's pep squad. JEANNE TENNANT X l 'R Alix XE.-+7 ci ' x a+- -so fc Q ,. H - A N ,P F- - e li' ' i V 'ri - ' is If s -4- - l .. me-'fn WH- . H-'ze ' "' 'M. i .. a- . 51,5 , Afu -AI N-1,-D 'x '-Ke-f, -.1 -- " l93l 311' "'f ' 'KZ ' J x n- ,,,,. . A, ,, e .. I V Ei--A X . T It FQT --.'L"LZLD- N ,.---if-ft: -1 X" x yH5. V xr' L..J l. E., KTI- T '-'fi ,f -ez, Nfl lm 31 l F451 Effq T if GIRLS AA x 'W - - +V Il E f 51.1 .J If-I Jjnqfh . i T ,g--axamj . . ELLEN UTTER ESTHER GREEN ELIZABETH SWEET ETHEL ZACKSMAN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Are we going to play basketball? Where will we have our basketball practice this year? These were the questions which were asked of Miss Beaucage last November. There seemed to be no place for girls' athletics. The school offered no available room. The girls worked extremely hard to put across a drive for the Y. M. C. A. If they had succeeded in signing up fifty girls who would pay a fee of live dollars, they could have had the use of that building twice a week. Through the failure of the townspeople, however, the girls lost out and no other place was provided. A tennis tournament, baseball schedule, and track meet were all sports in which girls took part, not to mention the hikes and picnics with Miss Beaucage and Miss Brown as leaders. ELIZABETH SWEET '25 fl I N fi J . .1 ' .f. J In QF-, U T I .L ' ' ' . . - 3 ,li T , ' 1 -1-v'17:"f' V -W-f "' T . T ,,' I ,ii r, I 'T -ffl l: 'Ag-' -'Q . -4 .4 ff- W T VRSANIZATIVNS ffM.NJ rx ICE ,, 1132 ,Af-5355? fe 'e 1.,Q -F L . - 'ev W . 1 5-i Ly l inn!! -.9 , . V fi ,,ij,gl xgjjjgl X -is Lili!! I f --7 'X . ' T Vf ' K iii -2- ! -' 'fi 1 ' f ' 1 -. ff in 1 ffv .iiitfi ' l e - is it .n i fi A .... - ft F I la' .. e W - ' ' . i W f ' V if L l 'U'fh1"7 7. .7 ' ' vy ll ,f'my K, Ry K ,',l"rgrL 4 -1 Tk-15 f X Hiya' CORRINE Bnucicniz President EUNICE McCoy MARGAKET DANA Vice President Secretary and Treasurer The Art Club was reorganized last fall when the following officers were elected: President, Corrine Bruckerg vice president, Margaret Danag secretary and treasurer, Eunice McCoy. For the past two years the club has been working to increase the scholarship fund, which was created three years ago. With this urpose in view the members of the art classes designed, painted, and sold Christmas car s. In addition to the sale of Christmas cards, the club conducted a Christmas sale at Anderson's Music Store, December 16, 17, and 18. A profit of seventy-seven dollars was made from these sales. After Christmas students other than those in the art classes were allowed to join. The members made articles for themselves. The club members have cooperated with other departments of the school. They have made posters for the English Department, the Life staff, and the Dramatic Club. Drawings for Life as well as cartoons for the Peptimirt were drawn by the aft students. In January the art students entered a state poster contest conducted by The Friends of Our Nature Landscapes. The posters were classified under three groups: preservation t ' of wild flowers, prevention of forest hres, and keeping the outdoors clean. One of ofir S . . . . . 's members, Margaret Hinman, won hrst place in the state under the group in which he entered her poster. W EUNICE MCCOY '2 5 'Q '3 7 ZF I ,I ' , 1 ' g,,l' V J V , fb .gf ...fi . 'N 1 - lf! 1 . '- - ' - if -f 1- ff-nw f"-v.-1' ' 1 C. l J 1: 1 v I ll " A 1 --- 'V - U . ,Tir 4-- 1 JK, V,-.1 I 'J 'i, -ig 9 LIFE 4 1 is "WWW gs, s l 1 I ma Ll W XT :NX X V 9 , - IT 1,1 -U "L LT--UE? T- XSL. MEMBERS OF THE ART CLUB Laughlin, Agnes Little, Ruth Andrews, Gladys Brucker, Corrine Chesley, Amy Fitzpatrick, Helen Gordon, Falvey Helz, Ruth Le Mieux, Sylvan Bannon, Eileen Bond, Dorothy 4-X ,' y .-1 f SEN IORS Utter, Ellen J-UN1oRs SOPHOMORES Wagner, Ernestine 3, Sheridan, Ruth Sorenson, jane Martin, Lenore McCoy, Eunice McGauley, Estelle McGrath, Adeal Morris, Florence Schram, Marion Wright, Ruth Dana, Maragret Kintzler, Vivian . f A -ix N "5-'kinx-f -5,-, I ' 'Merit W 2 , ,., -,A I ll" 'T -. --cf,-V3-'-N B t 'AD' N' "sf v'1f'i"'5- - '1' LJ t I L 'A '--fl-A-A 'V' Nitin ' 4 I 1. fi g?'E9 I I ijfi N f Klgitl i ,elf 1 ,W ' H I f . 2 l 4 1 , ,Z nil , ' - Ali' ,L . . , I T . -4 . AUBRAY AMANN MARLIN MILLER HOWARD STRANG Amos PET11' President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Librarian Three short school terms ago in November of 1922, fifteen boys assembled for the first time and laid the cornerstone of what is now the Fond du Lac High School Band. ln less than three years, this small group has rown into a large organization with an instrumentation of forty-four pieces. The band! has achieved musical fame through- out the state. Through its radio broadcasting it has secured high praise from many other states. As a result of continous effort, the members of the band, with the help of various other organizations, have raised a fund sufficiently large to buy uniforms. The natty uniforms in red, white, and gold have amply repaid the boys and the other organizations for their endeavors. The second annual concert was given March 18, 1925 before a packed house at the Roosevelt Junior High School. The great improvement of the boyswas obvious in this, their second concert. The praise and encouragemen given by the audience marked well their prohciency. The proceeds of the concert went toward the expenses of a three- hundred mile trip toViroqua, early in June, where they attended a state band tournament. During the ast year there has not been a pep meeting, a civic celebration, a high school basketbal , or a football game in the city which the band did not attend and give its services. By their work under Mr. Schmitz, instructor, and Mr. C. H. Merriman, director and manager, and the drum major, Ralph Hi h, the boys have established themf selves as a civic and student organization, greatly adgding to the life of the school. 1 AUBREY AMANN '25 X fi . W -tag: , A V I . at I A i ' f f' T' I W 12 .54 " N 'Q ' fi e I.: P 'WJ J 'WW' '-'rr --'fr " f'T'7-T' 1 Y- - ,4,-. f' T981 ts- ff- 'Q '14 "Za :."Lf5 99 BAND HOOL H SC Q II U 4 v-1 LJ Q Q Z O I-L1 Ll FE ff' 1 Y F 3 1 -U4 i i Lois Bums EILEEN ROSENBAUM Senior Consul junior Consul CALENDAR FOR 2678 A. U. C. ' October 3-Political rally. Such oratory! October 31-Comitia Tributa, assembly by tribes, to elect Aediles, Quaestors, and Tri bunes. We never knew before how many students considered themselves especially capable of holding such responsible offices November 14-Comitia Centuriata, the momentous election at which the Consuls Censors, and Praetors were chosen by vote of the citizens. And we thought that bribery at the polls was explicitly forbidden! December 5-Quaestors assemble to draw lots for the various rovinces of the Roman Stateg those Quaestors failinf to appear forfeite their provinces A Some people do have all the uck. January 16-The annual Feast of the Saturnalia. "A good time was had by all 91 March 6-The assembly of the citizens to'allow Quaestors to reclaim their lost provinces and to elect one Censor, one Praetor, one Aedile, and one Tribune to fill vacancies occuring through the failure of the previously elected officers to qualify. We think some people aren't loth to have their pictures in Life after all. May 15-Primary elections to choose candidates for 1925-26. Oh boy, Oh boy, t at program! And last but not least the annual Classical Club picnic i st efore the close of the school year. We haven't figured out yet who ate! all that ice cream. ' We r A A ' ' I 'rf' 1 I .,q a.V l "" I I J' ,Tl ul CF i . i l I l H E, , Q..- 1001 J .ml b I 1-.4 LLFE .,,s,.c I J '1 l l l i M.KGlSTRATUS ROMANI I l ll If l. Res Publica Romana has two hundred twenty-one citizens enrolled in Rome Cthe l Senior High Schoolj SCVCDIY-ORC in Sicily, QGarlield Junior I-lighD and sixty seven in Gaul CRoosevelt junior l-lighb. The citizens of Rome are ruled by the Consuls Lois Bemis and ' Eileen Rosenbaumg while Sicily has elected George Calvy, Governorg Janet Mclntosh, Quaestorg and Harriet Kraemer, Scriba. Governor Sylvester Stepnoski, Quaestor Claude Lyneis, and Scriba Donna Finger ably direct the affairs of the Province of Gaul. In spite of the fact that this is the thirteenth year of the history of the Classical Club, it has not been an unlucky oneg for we close this season with a larger membership. greater wealth, and more activity than in any of the twelve years. ELLEN UTTER '25 IK. l 'Lam .Xi ls V f. x - - - ' l . ' i ' Q4 .if - N I V ix' 17137 l C ' 1 -gb. ,, M' ip, L A, . ' K, . ' 1-f -fp, f 101 I ., , .J J - ""'i:fL7L:3'g',-x '-"LJ: f -I N. if-j',g-IQ l.1l F IT- 'Tag f l y. l' l'1 F""QQ 'i"' 1 'JAH - ' -f.zzfrfi-Q5V1i1,Lt.'ijLQ3ff' ' ii Y- 1 iv: X T Wick. T T . i ' Wiz. T fm LU It im ,lf pp Vp i f X,,,r,,, ' A A . li i , I NORMAN VOELL LUCILLE MILLER LUCILLE LEMKE GLENN KINKEL President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer The Commercial Club has enjoyed a very prosperous year both in finances and in membership. It boasts of practically one hundred members. By means of a movie benefit, Claumam starring Richard Barthelmess, the club has succeeded in raising sufhcient funds to purchase rhythm records and a stop watch for the typewriting department and to send to Whitewater the pupils who represented Fond du Lac in Commercial Contests held at that place May 9. The club has been very fortunate in obtaining a number of talented speakers and musicians who have aided in making the club interesting as well as educational. On April 18, 1925 the District Commercial Contest was held at our school. The schools that were represented at the contest were Waupun, Campbellsport, Fond du Lac, North Fond du Lac, Princeton, Random Lake, Plymouth and West Bend. Fond du Lac was fortunate enough to win the district contests by receiving thirty-nine points in the events. The places won by our school were: I J 1 '- I, , , ,-. I V ev ra '7 T r' - 4 l:102j 2 r, . ew' ialg' . 1 in fi- Y ri . -ci xi"--V--""" ---1 1' L l F --to -43-. ,fm "Fw,-X"f-N1 1. ln junior typewriting first place was won by Genevieve Hochrein with a speed of forty-eight words per minute. 2. In penmanship first place was won by Dorthy Schrage and second by Lauretta Konen. 3. In rapid calculation first place honors were divided between Princeton and Viola Duffring while second place was awarded to Loriena Duffrin. 4. In beginning bookkeeping first place was won by Viola Duffrin and second place by Dorthy Schrage. 5. ln advanced bookkeeping first place was awarded to Wilmer Schererg while second place went to Irving Olson. We are very proud of the records made by these students in the different events. Al- though none of the seven contestants placed, at the state contest, their record was a credit to the school. We want the contestants to feel that we appreciate their efforts to uphold the reputation of the school in the commercial Held. 'X , - " 'lf " "i1'Ti'q "5": -W' . . fe iwsi -. . ,il ,- , ,ph Syxfv FE. ' W e r eree ffm 1 UE VlifllVlll5US EILEEN ROSENBAUM HERTHA WEGNER OLIVE SMITH JEANNE TENNANT President Treasurer Secretary Critic Although very young in years, De Oratoribus has fully matured in popularity, in experience, and in reliability. Meeting on October 28, 1924, a girls' debating society was organized for the first time in the history of the Fond du Lac Senior High School under the faculty sponsorship of the Misses Teresa and Katherine O'Brien. Activities started with the election of a committee to draw up a constitution. A week later with the constitution accepted, ofhcers were elected and a name chosen for the new society. Soon afterwards the first debate was staged, followed by many more, each an improvement over the preceding one. A meeting in the form of an afternoon tea was held at which toasts replaced the usual debate. Many features prevented monotony at the meetings until the pep and enthusiasm displayed in the affairs of this club made it one of the finest and most respected organizations in the school. 9' j:'-"- ' -w--15,m'F1'll'V iv- vj"1'1,f,',"ll'fE""" 4 ' V l I W ' " l1o4J iff? ' 'M' c gL - ... Lira ,QV S 5 ll x X, i 4 I MEMBERS OF DE ORATORIBUS CLUB Cooperating with the Inner Circle, De Oratoribus put across a candy sale so suc- cessful that a large sum was added through it to the forensic fund. By diligent work, tireless effort, and the able instruction of the Misses O'Brien, two members of De Oratoribus, Margaret Main and Helen Stroup, won places on the debate teams which represented Fond du Lac in the Fox River Valley Forensic Conference, an achievement never before accomplished by girls. It is also of great credit to the infant society that De Oratoribus entered as many contestants in the preliminary tryouts as did the Inner Circle, one of the best established clubs in the school. When the final .5 A ' tryouts for positions on the school debate teams were held, more girls than boys partic- ipated showing that more De Oratoribus members survived the first tests than did Inner Circle members. Not all the school year, however, has been devoted to study and to debating. De I" Oratoribus has had several social functions either in connection with the regular meetings lx or entirely separate from them. The girls have not let "all work and no play make De Oratoribus a dull society." It may be said that De Oratoribus has succeeded in promoting clear thinking and forceful expression through a practical study of forensics and parliamentary proceedure, Xxx and so attained the goal set for the organization in the constitution. .xx- Y l x is C IX.-" N .M ' - ti'i f V lf. , -W - 4- ' Sf - as-v . --f --er Q:-. 'ts "QW ,A C sq 4 -' 'JN' ' ', 'XM' 4 A..rv ' 1 I an .-. -Quang N V,-Af: D ks -'Y 3- .' F E-. if X' "' bf ' . 1. . ,'!. V i 1' M-" 5t51leJ 7'V7"'5,..1.f?Qd'l27lfa,,a.,i..lmQ?m1' ill? 'N ' f I-Q - t ,Koi L "UWQ. s g 5 Q r iq- x F 3 , ,PK-.' . V I 4 'A I 4 , la , -V y 1 ' ' 4 4 f I I - . , ' 'lung ilwlhg l . l 1 HELEN MEIKLEJOHN Plus MUSOLF ELLEN UTTER IRVING BUCK President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer One of the most successful seasons in the history of the Fond du Lac High School Dramatic Club has just been completed. With Miss Lilian Carmichael and Mr. Robert A. Wait as faculty advisors and directors, the members of this organization may be proud of the work they have accomplished in the last two semesters. From the opening of the year 1924 with three one act plays presented at a meeting of the club on October 8 until the close of the school term of 1925 with one of the best senior class plays ever enacted by a senior class, the record of the Dramatic Club has been one of continual triumph. It may truly be said that no program in dramatics sponsored by any high school society has ever equalled the Christmas entertainment of the Dramatic Club. Why :he Chimes Rang and Dun of the Road, two well known Christmas productions, were presented by all star casts at Roosevelt Junior High School on December 18. The effects secured by scenery, music, lighting, and acting will not be forgotten in the school for some time. l106l 'Y s " ' A ,arf it 3,...,:tff .. Ja I 'H' r' J 11 . -cl' 1 3 . v Y "'- '-'v , -:.4f".'."--, r- -, as V , nf -.-Juv, l 14- xgj, T,-4-D, gt x , . ,fi l 4. L. I I I ' Scene from Why The Claimer Ring it The junior tryouts for admission into this organization, composed almost entirely .I . . . . . . . v of seniors, were conducted in so systematic a manner this year that every junior desiring t4 to attempt entrance into this exclusive club was given an immediate tryout. The results 4 were satisfactory to all concerned, for many juniors were admitted to the Dramatic Club wholly upon the strength of their dramatic ability shown in tryouts. In general, the members of the Dramatic Club for the years 1924-'25 have set a stand- ard of dramatization which any coming classes will find hard to equal and almost im- possible to surpass. Among the plays presented are: The Boy Come.: Home- Om-tor1e.r'eT1a'a Cranky and u Ladye AA zwly Naked BqyffTl1e Mutvlwmkerr- The Fatal Rubber' The Tfyrtifzkg Plarew Sham-The China Pig- Hmzdr U pf--The Kleptomar1iarfTlve Valiant. l 'i ' L va X . :. fb 2 If ap-RN - , ' . . , '.g,"f'Xx t N ' M-" 'N . ' ' A X- f,X : l far'-.Qi - L- - ' I , T 2, - :,. 1 . 4' 'Z . ' ' f107l 'T' ' ,rn fl 77' "TEL I. h -Y Ll F' A-we be x V ni ,.-T , 1 4 ! l Lwlii 5,019 l I l asm ,Holt :fun l JOHN MORAN CECELIA CALVY MARGARET MAIN CURTIS SCHULTZ ' THE CLASS PLAY On May twenty-fifth, at the Garriclc, the class of 1925 presented james M. Barrie's A Kim for Cinderella. Forty-live seniors and live graded-school children comprised the CLISI, the largest class-play history of the Fond du Lac High School. The staging effects were as ingeniuous as the acting was excellent. The most inter- esting feature ofthe entire performance was a living replica of the statue, Venus de Milo, posed by Eunice Lindner. So realistic was the effect that many in the audience could not believe that the statue in the artist's studio was not made of marble. In the second act there are two snowy street scenes, the interior of Cinderella's poor little room, and a gorgeous ball room spectacle which represents the dream of the little waif. In this last scene all fifty characters appear ensemble, dancing and frolicing until the clock strikes twelve. The third act takes place in Doctor Bodie's living room where Cinderella greets her policeman lover, who puts on her feet glass slippers, which, he declares, are a police- man's idea of an engagement ring. A double cast in the three principal roles was chosen, one group acting in thc matinee and the other in the evening performance. . ' 1 I - I I ..f I. - . ' i l rl, y if rr . -..-V ,I VL, 'LTL it - 'fd AL ' H E ,.,'. Izlosl '??! 4-wJ .. ' 1 is af' 2 IIO91 C1 Jenffd ' .-1 Kin For L. of 1 Act I OH Scan: fr IIIOI I ofu.-1 Klrf Far Czmlerrlli' II CI Sccnc from :X f LIFE Q, . THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1925 Presents "A Kiss For Cinderella by Jawxns M. Buuun Ml GARRICK THEATRE --Y Mill' 25, 1925 CAST OF CHARACTERS Cinderella -----,--.-,,, ,K,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.....,, C ecelia Calvey and Margaret Main David, a Policeman ,.,,,-,,, .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,....,., J ohn Moran and Curtis Schultz Mr, Bgdic, an grtist -,-,,,,-,- ..., O liver Pilon and Marquis Moore Miss Bodie CDoctor BodicD ..... ----4-------------- H CSFCI' Bllkfly A Probationer .... Ellen, a maid ..... An old man .... Marion ,,.....,. Mrs. Maloney ..... A man ........, Delphine ........ Marie-Therese .... Gladys ................ Gretchen .............. Lord Mayor .......,....... Cinderella's Godmother .,.... King .................. Queen ................ The Ccnsor .... Lord Times ......... The Bishop .......,... The Venus de Milo .... Pages ............... Attendants .... Ladies of the Court .... Courtiers ..,. Beauties . . . -john Hanson Danny ....................... --------------'--- , - - - - - . - .Dorothy Heath . . . . -Margaret Goldapski ..--.-.-,Harold Smith -------Lucille Miller ..--.-Esther Green ..--,,-.Carl Svcnson .-.- Esther Hohlman ---,Mary Jane Litcher Isabel Longley ----.--Claire Adams .-..,.---Paul Schmidt .--..Helen Meiklejohn -....-Lawx-ence Wachs 0 ...... Margaret Carpenter . . . . - ,Helmuth Bramstedt -------.-Julius Richter - . . - -Roger Gormicon Eunice Lindner Margaret Towhig Thelma Fadner Steve Anaisis Anist Drankus Anne Minette Haentze Geneva Pohlman Rose Breunig Ruth Manthei Ethel Zehms Dorothy Heath Dorothy Smith Ruth Sheridan Dorthea Rosenthal Ema Davis Clara Blank Ellen Utter Alice Lessclyoung Irene Su enand ElizabctlirSweet Lillian Laughlin Edna Schiller Gladys Monroe jane Sorenson Amelia Schorr Charlotte Michler Cynthia Ingalls Marguerite McConahey Helen Ragatz S-nomo Comm-rrnn Pius Musolf Karl Schultz and Francis' Gutreuter nomznms Roger Gormxcan Geneva Pohlman and Dorothy Smith osruuns Margaret Carpenter Elizabeth Sweet and Helen Meikleiohn I . , . V ii rv N ... 2 'Q- iDlRECTORSI Lilian Carmichael and Robert A. Wait i 1. LA ' i 'ffl' p ff S-. E .H R v- A- L' X i ' IM 1 it "" C ,- f - l 111 of , l 1 . 1. in-. 1 fn. - , I Ll FE CECELTA CALVY LORRAINE NAss HARRIET CARPENTER MARGARET CARPENTER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer L. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS One of the most important phases of the French Department is Le Cercle Francais, an organization founded in 1921. Monthly meetings designed to be both educational and social are in charge of the prefects of the six provinces into which the club members are divided. Le Cercle Francais joined with La Tertulia in several social activities which included a sleigh ride, a dancing party, and a May picnic. The big event of the season was the Mardi Gras, a masquerade ball given at the Community House. The other language clubs joined in making it one of the most delightful social functions in the annals of Fond du Lac High School. The good times and the success in making Le Cercle Francais one of the most popular organizations in the high school, have been due chiefly to the efforts and enthusiasm of Miss Erminie Elms, faculty sponsor. .F ' K 2 l . i 1 , . M, g J K. 4 ' . lT:- -' QTTTITTF' U- --'vw f.',"" in U - MC: 7 l xl' 73,4 i i 1- , - 11121 T - I, ' ,QL ,M-J ..:' LLFE AN Aigner, Genevieve Anasis, Steve Batterman, Ruth Calvy, Cecelia Batal, Anna Beau, Marie Boyle, Mary Agnes Bacchus, Irene Bond, Dorothy Boudry, Ursel Brunet, Luella Carpenter, Harriet aviclson, Helen .V. MEMBERS OF FRENCH CLUB SENIORS Carpenter, Margaret Fleishman, Eleanor Haentze, Anna Minette Heath, Dorothy JUNIORS Buckley, Marian Collins, Olive Deitte, Cecelia Hankwitz, Ruth Krug, F SOPHOMORES Menzel, Winifred Pinnow, Martha Reinhold, Josephine Ristau, Vanas Tegen, Mabel Mathwig, Olga Kain, Marie Lepine, Lois Main, Margaret McCrecry, Marjorie Dittmar, Kathryn Dunbar, Clarice F nnegan, Lois lorence Nass, Lorraine Shaw, Othilia Skaff, Genevieve Smithers, Mi'dred Strutz, Olive Wallichs, Wilma ix, Daisy McCormick, Beatrice Willis Ralph b rrls, Anna McMonagle, Evelyn Wright, Helen X 'QL i 1 .V t ii C 7:5 i A"i B7 C -X X. , MNT R 1lgI'H, I H W I A v 1 ..! Taxa ' I - '-S 9- " f 113 :I - -1 -.5 IXN- ,J-' 1 1 so ..,f5,t.T4xx,, F--j,..,c:. , xl " 5 ' xsiwx-xii'-si., , - -1 --, A W-, VT'i"T"' l ' 'Ea ? , l 4 -: .' X , ffgfd' 1 Lupin' ! l ,Jim i ' W' i 2 1 1 I rl I 4,' ll I if 2 I ,, Ill' as-I,v,'lL Dorus CooK ERMINA BLAKELY MILDRED Ins MABEL ROMAINE President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Librarian The school year of 1924-25 has been a very successful one for the girls' Glee Club. The forty members and their instructor, Miss Elsbeth Korrer Director of Music in the Public Schools, met regularly twice a week to study folk songs, classics, and songs of modern writers. The club co-operated with the Dramatic Club in putting on Christmas plays, besides appearing at Library Hall, the Baptist Church ,and at Roosevelt School in connection with the Better Cities Contest. In addition to cultivating voices, Miss Korrer aims to cultivate a greater appre- ciation for really good music. MILDRED Ins '26 f. 3 .f 1' 4- i,i Y- A. ,I rl: -yy' frfflf' s-vit-:vw -' ITVY' i 'N , U ,U 4 ' ly r ff l:1141 L -4' 4 x T 3121 sniff' Q X,,,f'x,..qZLAf5-,Y I-i L Oxnhqazyx-,I-J Balson, Gladys Braun, Gertrude Braun, Leona Brodda, Ruth Brown Carol Corbeille, Viola Fadner, Thelma Ibs, Mildred Marcoux, Bernice MEMBERS OF THE GLEE CLUB FIRST SOPR AN O Eigenbrodt, Augusta Fadner, Grace Flaherty, Anna Gabcl, Dorothy I-lohensee, Louise McDonald, Helen SECOND SOPRANO Meyers, Millicent Salter, Gladys Smith, Fern Niles, Jane Romaine, Mabel Scherer, Lillian Shaw, Othilia Sheldon, Vivian Twohig, Margaret Tes'off, Gertrude Thompson, Marie Utter, Ellen ALTO Xi. Batterman, Ruth Grebe, Alice Morris, Florence estor, Veva Guell, Genevieve Rosenow, Lucille Rial-cely, Ermina Lemieux, Silvin Schlaak, Eleanor - Cook, Doris Lemke, Lucille Strutz, Olive ' ! I h , xy, , . n- 'y ' ,R--.l cl ' D V rx Fifi' xx -hr-, M .4 I L' 7' ""Y"' .'- I I ' tx, I . X - 1, X'-.-Xu ' T .',.-,,.:- - O S ' S'ivf1"J53g i1l5l ' I I ,.----C1ZgL22X,,-XN.f Sf' A..J t r 'LF' . V E 4 , i !'f'g.,5 . tfnmnn aun I Mn. , i If . V. . V, gl J ,J .,: ' I 50394 . l AUBREY AMANN President First Semester PAUL SCHMIDT President Second Semester MARIE R. MEYER KARL OBERREICK Treasurer Secretary This has been an eventful year for the German students, for it has marked the be- ginning of the DEUTCHER VEREIN of the Fond du Lac High School. The members now numbering about one hundred, have been greatly benefited by the club. The DEUT- scnim XIEREIN is not purely a social organization, for it has proved to be very edu- cational, the object of the club being to familiarize its members with German art, music, and literature. The excellent programs under the directions of Miss Waters and Miss Fox have in- creased the students' interest in foreign language study. The "Puppenspiel" and the continued reading of Wagner's "Meistersanger" will long be remembered. Our social meeting at Miss Waters at which German games and contests were given was very inter- esting. The German plays, especially the one given at the Christmas party, were exceed- ingly successful. The ofhcers, Aubrey Amann, Karl Oberreich, Marie R. Meyer, Paul Schmidt, Doro- thea Rosenthal, and Eunice Linder were very active, and as a result we now have a thriv- ing German club. I J DOROTHEA RosEN'rnA1. . . - ,Q J, ' 1, 4, , , .,. ', tg X ,X Y' .- , f -4 ' i ' ' ' ' T 7' X ' TIT . f + 'iff' ai -of-fi'f' IWW it 1. ' A .sd , -4 41-f-y f, 4' .- . '- w I L 116 1 - '1"'. 71 x - ga Q Q " 8 N 5. sei "Q 1' ai 'S . 'Q 1 J pf ii ki 'Sigh' 11171 Qu-ggl MEMBERS or DEUTSCHER VEREN l-.l F F. H do J X A GTX- Vx J, ,--1-'D by g ..y. g , kriky I W K J ' -,K 1 I A - K f clflaifgq HI . . - ,5'-vm e ' 4 u - ' 4. - i 1:74:14 . N f ERWIN HINTZ HOWARD FoLsoM JAMES PLATZ DELBERT HUTCHINS President Secretary President Vice-President Although this is the first year that the Hi "Y" has a place in Life, it is not the first year of its existence. It has, in the past several years, had among its members and officers some of the most prominent boys in high school. This year the officers and members included representatives of many high school activities. The Hi "Y" Club is a school club, strictly for high school students of high ideals. lts membership is limited, only boys professing a desire to live up to the Hi "Y" purpose, qualifying for admittance. Due to the fact that we have no assembly hall, it is impossible to bring real live speakers before the entire student body. This task is left to the care of the sChool's several clubs. The Hi "Y" has been fortunate in securing some real speakers of merit through the cooperation of the local Young Men's Christian Association. The club desires to serve two purposesg first to challenge its members to develop high ideals and to give them fresh stimuli to pass on to their fellow studentsg second, to build Christian citizens and strong leaders for the future. IRVING Buck '25 . H4 I U' , '1 'i ' F... - Lusl .2 of - 'i C ..:++v':e.2?' - -f-MU Y-ww. LLFE AU, Dfw MEMBERS OF HI "Y" Buck, Irving Hintz, Erwin Heaton, Arthur Platz, James SENIORS Allan, Lloyd Breitung, Raymond Favreau, Waldo Folsom, Howard Harkins, Burnet ,IUNIORS SOPHOMORES Gordon, Deane Hansen, Louis Hau, Raymond Lewis, Barton McCreery, Leslie 0 Smith, Harold Treleven, Daniel Utke, Gustave Weddig, Walter I-Iuelsman, Oscar Hutchins, Delbert McCoy, Leo Oberreich, Karl Willis, Ralph Peeke, Lachlan Platz, Frederic Watson, Richard Watson, Stanley Wist, Lester X - ' Z' -,N T1 5 " 7'-- Ek, fx ,I g i.r,,f ,Yiwu .W ,..,',r"'-Y',.m-K in wr . 4 X fy, I:119l k eq ri-. "X'N.,,,cs9,X,1 ' S 'f"l!l!l g a w . Sli! l fhki .:. E igfbgth ROGER GORMICAN Pius MUSOLF JULIUS RICHTER AMOS PETIT President Secretary President Secretary First Semester First Semester Second Semester Second Semester The Inner Circle season opened with an enthusiastic campaign for new members, a campaign which resulted in a membership of sixty. But alas,-after the second meet- ing our large membership decreased somewhat due to rigid formalities of entrance require- ments. Some members were discouraged, discolored, and deformed. However, after this period of natural selection, we had the survival of the Httest who during this success- ful season made the club a most outstanding organization of the school. During the early part of the season a series of practice debates were staged, which helped to fit some of the members for the final try-Outs. As a result, four of the six debaters on the regular team were Inner Circle boys. 1- u:f'ee-'wipvq---g1'mr'--wT----f-f- WT?" ' ., L 1 J' -7- 1. "1 l12Oj 52- F .4 ..', .,K we LLFE uf-QQ?-Cf" MEMBERS OF INNER CIRCLE In addition to the regular debate work and parliamentary drill the club sponsored three one LICI plays, and a humorous lecture given by Rev. John Collier, on the subject, "The Tale of Four Citie.r." In order to promote the best interscholastic debating, immediately after the tri- angular debates preparations were made for the development of a strong team for the next season. Twelve men were chosen to meet teams from De Oratoribus, Garfield, ano Rosevelt Junior High Schools, and to stage interclass debates. The season closed with a series of inter-club baseball games in which the Inner Circle was very successful. Amos M. I-l. PETIT '26 'x l F ' I I A inf! Ifvaiv 'I I " .. ,F-5 '.:Q Y: Lynlfj Y p' .-I-15. me .- if I 'r"'rH E - 1 . so , vsxwxtf N EIZIJ e"j-1 . V - A X . 1 vp 4 ,. ,...,. 1 V Llf'n', lk' all.-' I iam f 1" J- lu F i u NEGATIVE TEAM AUBRAY AMANN MARGARET MAIN ERWIN HINTZ INTERSCHOLASTIC DEBATING The question, Resolved: That the clause in the Johnson Bill excluding the Japanese should be repealed, is undoubtedly the most difficult one that has been debated by high schools in the Fox River Valley. It involved not only domestic, economic, and national problems but international problems as well. The extensive research work done by the teams, resulted in the formation of speeches that would have been a credit to college debaters. The members even drew up a treaty that Caccording to the opinion of prominent lawyersD could have been used very effectively by the United States, if she had desired to do so. Perhaps one of the most marked achievements of the individual debaters was the development of a conversational style, in which each boy and girl presented and debated the question. There was a decided lack of oratory and no excess of bombastic display which is often characteristic of young debaters. The negative team was more than a match for Sheboygan and the Chair City team took a unanimous defeat in a sportsmanlike manner. Aubrey Amman presented, in a well or anized speech, the leading arguments for the negative. His somewhat cynical smile told his opiponents that he has a supply of points in store for rebuttle, and would use them if they ared ask him. Margaret Main thoroughly convinced the audience that girls have a right to debate. Among her good points, perhaps, organization stood out supreme. Every detail wfs worked out to a ogical conclusion. Erwin Hintz met the keen points of the affirmative and left the judges with ery littlefgondering to do concerning the decision. Although he had no idea of the argu nts the a rmative might advance, yet he was prepared, and met every plan put forth. . ls l l V W V U lizzl ll 'V if M 1 uv .,'-1.-Lys, , J,-A1 .,-4 I 1 ' ' I 'L+ " 'Tu t-2-M12 V ' 3 -Azura.--,N-N Y 4,' Q v AL L Xi, X419-k ,Mnb jing AFFIRMATIVE TEAM HELEN STROUP JULIUS RICHTER AUGUST BARTELT As to the personnel of the teams,much could be said. Helen Stroup opened the debate for the affirmative. Her stage presence was faultless and her arguments convincing. Helen has debated only one season and has a line chance to be on the 1926 championship team. Julius Richter caught the interest of his audience by his firey oratory, his commanding personality, and his conversational style of talking to his listeners. As a closing speaker, August Bartelt left nothing unsaidg and his ease of manner. for a young speaker, was to be coveted. One could not help but see back of his entire speech a preparation that included much careful thinking, balancing of points, and Jhe wise selection of applicable arguments from difficult material. Although the championship was lost the work of the teams was most encouraging to Mr. Brown, the coac , and to the members who won second place in the Triangle. l l X r .- 'Q ' ug? X Y - . 1 ' f 5 i 1' f ' ' 1 ' - lx '--' -l g ' ':"" AJ v., s' -s - . , .. .AU ,Ni - g 51231 A is 'A' ,ff Ll FE fo Y-if 'x L. vliixlfs F -Vg,f'o Siem flag. rlzfqi l Mlm' L'l?gQif 1 r Qr.-' - f 4 ' X. i Af'-0-U Jlrmk Juuus RICHTER ALICE LURVEY AUGUST BARTELT Oratory Declamatory Extemporancous FORENSICS Forensic activity at Fond du Lac High School was extended in the year 1924-1925, to include participation in interscholastic oratorical, declamatory, and extemporaneous speaking contests. Local representatives acquitted themselves creditably in these phrases of public ipeaking, a record of which the school may well be proud since this was the first year ond du Lac has put entrants into the field. Julius Richter went to Manitowoc on December 12 to compete in the oratorical event. His selection was delivered with the poise and finish characteristic of his forensic appearances, and compared favorably with the orations given by speakers far more ex- perienced than he. Alice Lurvey won the privilege of entering the declamatoty contest conducted at Green Bay on April 17. Her remarkable ability in dramatic interpretation showed to excellent advantage at the meet. The competition was successful in the high quality of Miss Lurvey's presentation and in the experience thus derived. , August Bartelt at the preliminary try-out of the extemporaneous speaking contest was chosen to represent Fond du Lac at Sheboygan on May 8. Very ably at the final contest did he talk for the alloted time on the subject which he drew. As in debating so in extemporaneous speaking he showed his ability as a convincing speaker. ,f Mrs. Jean Scott Roberts and Mr. W. Sizer, faculty advisers, contributed lar ely to the success by their skillful direction. , Q 1 r Tl Q I 2 B N.,-fr' f124l G, --A" ' " t' JE A 4 L':' Wg I K T' tashr . ' U ,V 3' "' 'X'-I" .--- , H -ig.. ity-fm - 'ffIc'7"t:a.A, , l . l. 4111- 9 f COACH EARL D. BROWN No inter-high school activity is the outcome of a single moment, neither is it the result of a single effort. The individual efforts of the athletes are not the only elements which go to make up a successful team. Too, the individual efforts of the debaters would never bring success. With a great undertaking such as debating, a man with power to visualize and with ability to direct must be at the head. Such a man and coach was Earl Brown to the debating teams of the Fond du Lac High School. EARL D. BROWN Mr. Brown in his first year of coaching has achieved an envious record. Taking charge of debating for the first time, working largely with inexperienced men, and con- fronted with a most diflicult question, he turned out able teams which won second place for the Fond du Lac High School in the triangular debates. As coach of the high school teams he was an indcfatigable worker, spending many midnight hours upon the debate question. His departure next year will be a severe loss in high school debating circles, for not only have the members of the debating teams profited by having such a coach but other students as well. The greatest ability and value of our coach lies not in the train- ing he has given to the debating teams alone, but to the number of students whom he has trained indirectly, trained through his personal contract as director of the Inner Circle. Our ability to think clearly and to speak distinctly we owe to Mr. Brown. The debating teams who know the man speak rightly when they say: "Our coach was a friend as well as a leader, untiring in his efforts, strong in spirit, and filled over with optimism." X V ERWIN HINTZ '25 K A . iiTli'ws.ai.4 V T LTC-TAL Ju VA-1? ' 'wi 1 'fi' l125l I4 ,' gli vw f ffxx-' 'E um , f. Ll F IL -'eet'LfPeJscLf-f-fb' -Pr' K i L" vi ' Y :. " "-'mf'-"M l NW , , . it 5 W 1 , ff, Z 'IFR . A a L .' ' .9 V , 'N V ' If . .pai 1 linen' V1 Q I E ' . . A N e, A 7 id" K L L f 1 . -'f-' ' .qf . y A . I p 7.7 -3 U ' Qi ,K E i l 4 N i ,. , ' 1 If g L ,, ml 1 3-53,5 l . l X w HELEN MEIKLEJOHN CECELIA CALVY ELLEN UTTER EDNA Sci-IILLER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer The Mortar Board has now most successfully rounded out its third year of good fellowship. Each passing year finds this organization becoming more influential and essential to the school. Under. the help and guidance of Mrs. Roberts, our faculty advisor and member, and the enthusiastic efforts of the officers and members we have passed through an extremely prosperous year,. We leave the wish that the Mortar Board of '26 may be as fortunate and successful as the Mortar Board of '25, f' x If " V ,t.,,.1 , , V . u . lr' -r 11- -- -w- Y 'V-w 1 Y J i A --- U... 3 .,...,-.:a I rw 5 ,WT 2 K gl, Sigel? f127l BOARD or MORTAR SENIOR MEMBERS f128j MORTAR BOARD OF MEMBERS UNIOR v-7 I Lx. t-. 7 ,,-,T , V P r- '- . ' . .. '..,-"'X"- -. . - .- V . THE ORCHESTRA The orchestra is one of the active organizations of the school. It is considered so because of the work it has done during the past yaar. lt boasts twenty one members, all good musicians, although some of them have been in the organization only since September. By attending all the Dramatic Club plays, broadcasting from radio station KFIZ, giving a concert, and playing at the Commencement Exercises, the club has proved itself a real asset to the school. Much credit for the success of the organization goes to Miss Edmunds who has given much of her time instructing the students. The members have s ent much of their time to bring their organization up to its present condition. hey practiced every Monday evening and held special prac- tice before giving their various programs. The time spent, however, has proved very beneficial to the school this year. ij. Q V 2 1 A if 1: ii 1 . r i- X - 'T 1' N ' L -'3' 'N ""l 1 1 4 1 I wr , lqmx. '5 . , A i M Al . Wt , y ., p Q -gg , ' V- f "":'f'-l l129l ' 'ig if X"""L ,-.g5g,- J" M ie-J I! . . 'HQQL E Mom N . 'LAI ELLEN UTTER KATHERINE DIENER RAYMOND BREITUNG WALTER BEAU Editor Associate Editor Busiuess Manager Assistant Business Manager In the school year 1924-1925, the Peptimirt ably upheld its reputation, established in years previous, as a newsy, comprehensive, representative high school paper, despite disadvantages at the outset of the term. Though almost entirely inexperienced and organized later than usual in the school year, the staff began work in earnest with their watchword the slogan of successive editor- ial managements, "Carry on." The first edition was published by this same group of students earlier in the fall than had been any former initial number. Nine periodicals have been offered the student body. New departments have wid- ened the scope of the Peptimirtlr news service, a range including every phase of athletic, forensic, scholastic, and extracurricular activities. A characteristic contest, replacing the timeworn popularity contest, aroused interest in its novel construction, while a favor- ite feature with readers was the monthly cross-word puzzle. A true pep-rouser? Indeed it is. Representative, up-to-the-minute, polished? Every ,- subscriber will answer that question in a decided affirmative, thus acknowledging the ,UI successful efforts of the faculty advisers, the editorial staff, and the business rnanagemenff w I' r W - ' 2" .5 K :va A ' , Z - I ., , f ' , '71 'LC i,' 11555. .L ., 'A 'X in ,f if,-A , . , N -A , " f - L-'H ' "' ' -. ,fe - - ' A - 'A . '7'1'5.", - Q. -7. if i v- Y , fb: 3- , Ze ,' K. -. 2 I -. ' ' , , "w.H"I'1"' '1-fwfr'-irf"TY"T ' - N r Eg -M I A Q. ".. ,gg -F In . - , .. A 1 - 7 l 130l " - -2' ' ml- Q 'HSE' ' 4 " -X -- X ,nr .Ar Pcprimist Stull' f1311 A. AMANN A ,- - T IETF .-.,1'g1ia-Xwf, "I P - yigs - "" L-J A l L... "X qi' ' , r K, I K' K :g.f!ffQ few T . T f-tint l rm .W i .1 ,, 'UL l A ' . f,,A.,3, 5 ,K IRVING Bucx LAWRENCE WACHS JAMEs PLATZ OLIVER PILON Chief Announcer Ass't Announcer Operator Program Editor The Radio Club, which was organized two years ago, has continued to hold the pres- tige built up during the first years of its existence, and has set a new standard for the club to maintain in the future. Surely the Radio Club has done its part in giving the school prominence, even in advertising Fond du Lac. On Monday evening, February sixteenth, the club through station K. F. I. Z. spon- sored and broadcast a radio program consisting entirely of Fond du Lac High School talent, this was heard and enjoyed in all parts of the United States. The concert was made possible through the courtesy of the Fond du Lac Daily Commonwealth and the Seyfert Radio Corporation. The chief announcer of the organization deserves much credit for the splendid way in which he arranged and executed this broadcast program. In March a code school was established under the direction of Mr. Seyfert. The school was opened to all interested, for the purpose of learning to read the wireless code messages of amateurs and commercial stations. Regular lessons were broadcasted from station K. F. I. Z. by Mr. Seyfert, the students of the school copying them. In this way the students learned to read rapidly and accurately. With the present and future developments and possibilities in radio as a means of 1 entertainment and communication the o ortunit of the Radio Club to be of servi e 1 . . . 1 . Y . . . 1 to the individual and the community becomes limitless. It is the ambition of the b 75 to keep abreast of the times, and bring to Fond du Lac all the new and latest deve op- ' ments in the science of radio communication. y - JAMEs PLATz '2 ' f a ' -"-' I. 4 - . - I -, 1 fx . . - I f - J .Q . fl 5 . 45' N 'L' ' - , ,. f' ' ' f ':':r!' , in 1 ' ia --'. be ir 1 .. -s. rf..- v- . , J T.. . f Q, -' ' I V M171 .. .-., .,., ,, F, -7'-V,-1-1 . - .la .JJ v. - '- 31. - f, -' - -- ' .au ! li132:l V--:RT 4r,.g,.lf'7.:-1-'A' .. it -ci xl i ': l ,g::N,.. L., 1 , -XR A 'x' -eb--V - l. lr. E - - ..f-.ie -K. X MEMBERS OF RADIO CLUB Auchue, La Verne Becker, Carlyn Bentley, Ralph Breunig, Rose Buck, Irving Calvy, Cecilia Gorniican, Roger Hanlcwitz, Orville Dohyns, Carl Favreau, XValda Guenther, Marvin Gordon, Falvey Halhach, Marvin Kintzler, Clayton X X l Ex X'Iwv LJ. lu' .:- - 'ea-1+ . Q, so SENIORS Laughlin, Herbert Marggraff, Ervin Miller, Marlin Moran, John Neuhauser, Emanuel Pilon, Oliver Platz, James Raulf, Clarence JUNIORS Konz, Harold Lang, Alvin Lindner, Emanuel Loehr, Ambrose Oberreieh, Karl O'Brien, Edward SOPHOMORES Deveraux, Lyle Gordon, Deane Hess, Charles Homuth, Mi --.g -,X lton eu dl F, 1, '-H L, , at 'K I 133 l Schiller Edni Schorr, Amelii Spieclcerman Arthur Stearzl, Joseph Treleven Daniel Utter, Ellen Voell, Norman Wachs, Lawrence Platz, Fredrick Roehrdanz Melxin Salcherr john Schram Ctrl Smith, Earnest Villwock Karl Weeks, Alfred Kroes, Paul Piekart, Delmore Ray, George Trader, Lyle 1 .-.,,,,,- q av' i, . I- y' l134l C-W!-10, " " .. L... . -1. 'f Sf1',N . , X '- :L , . f"""' I :aim V T A , . ,vi . 7--if 1 SEIENEEHUB ' fm me - t mln: i ' L " 'fb V I 1 Plus MUSOLF CECILIA CALVEY ROSE BRUIENIG IRVING BUCK President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer The Science Club organized during this year 1924-1925 is the first of its kind in Fond du Lac High School. All pupils who are interested and are taking or have taken physics, chemistry, or biology are eligible for membership. The aims of the Science Club are to promote interest in and to further the knowledge and spirit of science. The meetings are educational as well as entertaining because the members are very active and show a good spirit of cooperation. At each meeting each science is represented by one or more pupils. For the wonderful success of the club, much gratitude is due the faculty advisors, Messrs. O'Connor, Baker, jones, Wait, and Miss Brown. The Science Club has grown to be one of the largest and most successful clubs ofthe school. It is hoped that the good spirit will continue. Q r L J .1 , --w,4p1,'rv'mi --- ,- +1+i.y.-:ifm " i .,. , lk L1351 MEMBERS OF SCIENCE CLUB A,-fd, -AUX H Vw K I F IT ---Q-LiL:-XN,,k J .Af-K-X - - ,f"9 . - " ,K V:-, -,, J - s .fx , . T . ' Q 'li' K. . . " ' f? Q . y f - ei' Vky, iff 1 1 915- 3 xl W V. W V! 1 X Q-:,",:x. 1 ill! T if T Q T eser 2 1 ' 4 .VNC A I 4 I Qfilllllhl , f . A VINCENT DU Bois MARY HAHN JOHN HANSON ETHEL Znmsis President Secretary Vice-President Treasurer La Tertulia is unique and different from the other high school organizations, in that it is the only Spanish Club in the Fox River Valley. Although one of the youngest organizations, having been established in the fall of 1923, it is one of the most popular of the high school clubs. Every one in the Spanish department is a member. Even some of the alumni, who were active participants in the club affairs last year, return to partake of the fun at our parties. The educational aspect of La Tertulia has been in the nature of programs, which supplement the work o the Spanish classes. Interesting talks on Spanish history and literature, a Spanish play, songs and games have comprised these programs. Under the enthusiastic leadership of Miss Elms, faculty advisor, many social func- tions have been planned and enjoyed. These have included a sleigh ride, the annual picnic and a dancing party at Bragg school. The MardiGras Carnival,which was the pinnacle of the year's social activities, was given in collaberation with the French and German Clubs. The seniors of 1925, who have been members of the Spanish organization, remember that some of the happiest times in Fond du Lac High School have been at the meetings and parties of Tertulia. f' rl Q , f ' Tx y 1. 'iff 1- , 5 5-2 ' ff- AT - 'li Ji l' . ,A 4 I! I .pn x ,4 I v A 'W fi l . . 'D ,L 'Q 'J - - -T-1 U f 1 to-'ss-A 1. 1 FE Carpenter, Margaret DuBois, Vincent Gutrcuter, Francis Hahn, Mary Hanson, John Heath, Dorothy Little, Ruth Baker, Monica Edwards, William Ehrhardt, Arlene Geiger, Arthur Gilboy, Elizabeth Grahl, Lawrence "Albrecht, Wallace EBannon, Ilecn fgurrington, Eileen ,A- N 1 i ,ri-v .,' -. fx " '5"'A.' MEMBERS OF SPANISH CLUB SENIORS Lurvey, Alice Meagher, Tom Monroe, Gladys Moran, John Pommerich, Marlea Race, Florence Salter, Gladys JUNIORS Grube, Erwin Gruenheck, Betty Helz, Ruth Hinman, Margaret I-Iuelsman, Oscar Kruck, Dorothy SOPHOMORES Fitz, Margin Litcher, John Lemieux, George gs fx, -s ,,'X., Gif. ' F' ,IF T7 1 if If-of I 371 ,lix Y- ha ,NT ,...' Smith, Dorothy Smith, Harold Smith, Ralph Strang, Howard Wegner, William Winters, Marjorie Zehms, Ethel Lang, Alvin Loehr, Ambrose Murray, David Tennant, Jeanne Van Pelt, Eliza Wagner, Harold Wegner, Hertha Rosenberg, Freelan Smith, Gertrude Strebc, Marcella 'W ,KN V, , - x ,i A -S . , M A NH .1 ' -"-eX- -'fi,j?e-,,f. ' amp'-' 9, . 5 h A qfaibi , T 3 bum I ,e i 7 i Y ' ,l' rp' 4 h u 1 45 p . 1 1 A 'f . ,J.n'.. jumk l WALDO FAVREAU ELLEN UTTER HERBERT LAUGHLIN President Vice-President Secretary In the first year of its existence, the Tennis Club has succeeded in making great strides as one of the most outstanding athletic clubs in the school. The tennis tournaments beginning in the middle of April and extending until the close of school have produced a group of enthusiastic athletes such as no other club of such short duration ever has. At the Hrst meeting April 7, these people were chosen as officers: Waldo Fuvreau ..,.,.,,,,.. , .,,. President Ellen Utter - A. - u - ,e.. Vice-President Aubrey Amann .e,t ..,.. S ecretary Herbert Laughlin ,,., ,.... T reasurer L71 ' e-r 'lM!ifTlll,'IY", -:rw-ifrwfhufrlf f ff' A I" 2- 1-. ' f cf I 'li 1 F A- ' uv.. -, 'U A1 138 any if J- il -4".':g-,L , g ' 'XT""f'Z53Lm' F -,,.43Y.,,.'-'TVX-ffxrx MEMBERS OF TENNIS CLUB Ruth Hankwitz and Waldo Favreau, respective winners of the girls' and boys' singles were given medals donated by Lohmiller and Hess, jewelers. Victors of the girls' straight doubles are Genevieve Skaff and Harriet Carpenter, while the outcome of the boys' straight doubles will be reported at a later date. Next in the course of events is the girls' class tournament during which time the boys are developing prowess for inter-scholastic com- petition. Fondy High won both the singles and doubles in the dual meet with Oshkosh on May 20, and hopes to repeat its victory in the return meet at Oshkosh May 29. Delbert Hutchins and Waldo Favreau, representatives of Fondy High in the state meet at Madison on May 22 and 23, placed Fondy second in the doubles event and received silver medals as rewards. In addition to this the best players will compete with Sheboygan and Oshkosh at the Triangular meet to be held in Fond du Lac, June 6. The variety and number of the tennis activities indicate to a large extent the enthusi- asm manifested by the whole club. This enthusiasm is rewarded partly by the presenta- tion of letters to those who partake in inter-scholastic tennis tournaments. N x wil D . -,Si . J, ,XY F: .,-f-'xx -x I 'affix 1 Fx .-'A' fzxxx X A V-if 1 If- f f 't X 5. , , y , W.. ,, D v , I r u. 1 ' ' "' ' t - ' " -Q' i A iv-an A , -xl. 1 h -5 -- - ' ' 'KN-Lg' T ' -. Aj J Q - ,QM LIFE E The Alumni of the Fond du Lac High school of the class of 1924 may be found in many parts of the state and in various states of the union. Wherever they are located, the ideals of the Fond du Lac High School End expression. We are proud to know that these alumni are continuing to preserve the Fond du Lac spirit, and are faithful in co-operation with the older alumni for the development of their Alma Mater. We know by their activities that they are measuring up to the expectations of our school. PROMINENT ALUMNI OF THE CLASS OF 1924 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN Margaret Connell, Gordon Derber, Sam Kotzin, Arnold Lorenz, Merlin Martin, Helen McCullough, Sadie Meusel, Alice O'Brien Jessie Peeke, Gladys Sander, Louise Thomsen, Arthur Wagner and Carl Wagner. AT COLLEGES At Lawrence: Page Johnson and William Tubbs. At Ripon: Marion Curtis and Mary Konen. At Caroll College: Katharine Hirth and Richard Pettingill ff' I 'S' f' 140 ,,-.-sw ' 'il A CN gf ARWQX 5 A I 'M,, 3 i,, ,- ,X- ,Af XYWIIXQ s.. - g v - . W- -vfwmrwml -1--fr'-mn',V7W"':" ' 'n ' N 3 -if I li -67 K fr Y E' .I M A -E . ' :f LIFE AT NORMAL SCHOOLS At Milwaukee Normal: Gerald Entringer, Florence Hallihan, and LaValle Thompson. At Oshkosh Normal: Marie Adams, Alice fBrietenbach, and Katharine Cahill IN OTHER FIELDS OF WORK ' Elna Anderson at Grafton Hall, Alice Hardgrove is studying the nurse's course at St. Agnes Hospital, Violet Derbeck is doing dramatic art work in Chicago, George Sven- son is working in California, Edith Wallichs is an assistant kindergarten teacher at Grant School, and Majorie Winters is studying at a nurse's school in Evanston, Illinois. AT THE COUNTY NORMAL SCHOOL Dorothy Brehmer, Edna Close, Ellen Coulahan, Ethel Dobyns, Genevieve Dobyns Mable Flaherty, Gertrude Hahn, Vivian Johnson, Katharine Malone, Whilhelmine Menzel, Nettie Schwartz, Ethel Smithers, Helen Warns, and Robert Watson. WORKING IN FOND DU LAC Raymond Bertram, John Collins, Jeannette Crippen, Glen Denker, Billy Dew, Lola I-Ialfman, Leona Hamberger, Hugh Hayes, Bernice Hoyt, Vivian Hoyt, Victor Huebner Grizelda Kraemer, Gladys Krueger, Lawrence Maney, Forerst Morrissey, Paul Nielson, Marjorie O'Brien, Kenneth Pohlman, Floyd Puls, Oscar Rodenkirck, Louise Rosenbaum, Fred Schmidt, Elsie Schroeder, Vera Storduer, Sophronia Supernand, Nelson Tice, Mitchell Skaff, Maynard Sonn, William Van Pelt, Edwin Wagner, Edward Whalen, and Florence Zinnel. X. 'x X x I fx ' ' x ix I ,A V 5 x-" -- s -of , Al 'fx , 1 l i Q. .,"' I, C 'I - I - gr "' "-ivmmf "ww v--W I 1 -r sa 4-,,., A .Q t A , '-,, . Q .op- ' "' f' X V . --5,- 'F - A , 1...-I i VSA I 141 :I :.-7 .JCL- 'X l..l F E. Our ,Hlphabet Abe certainly is a sweet beau, just ask Lucille, guess maybe she knows. Bennie, our captain, 'tis sad to relate, will soon be taken by the cruel hand of Fate. Cecelia, the actress, is a wonderful girl, being a star doesn't make her head whirl. Delbert for versatility stands, in basketball and football he's simply grand. Erwin is a modest senior, who'll never be guilty of misdemeanor. Fondy High is just K. O., it's not too fast, yet not so slow. Gavin on the journey did not go, Helen's influence, doncha know. Helen Stroup may be thin and small, but she's some debater and that's not all. Irving is the popular man, he holds all the offices he possibly can. Jeanne is a most intelligent lass, she really outshines everyone in the class. Katherine is sure to have a great career, just look at the start she has made right here. Louie A is a dandy fighter, he makes his opponents ten pounds lighter. Marky's a bear in all of the sports, and in golf he sure doesn't fall short. Nathan's another of the basketball stars, whose fame is known both near and far. Olive is our high school baby, but you'l1 have to admit she's quite the lady. Pauline's the girl with the lovely hair, and when it comes to dimples, she's right there. Queer quincesaand quaint queens? Fondy has many of these, it seems. Ralph's the boy with the leather heels, who deals in orange, lemon, and banana peels. Sue's the girl with the big brown eyes, and, believe me, they hypnotize. Tommy's just a wee bit bold, but, in spite of this, his heart's of gold. Ursel is a sophomore sweet, in innocence and diligence she can't be beat. Vincent, teachers say, with ambition reeks, but to most of our girls he's just a big shiek Wegner is his last name, Clarence is his Hrst, if held down to 15 he'd certainly burst. Xcellents, for which many work, come only to those who never do shirk. Yellow excuses, Marcia gives by the score, and how teachers glare when they're brought through the door. Zeroes we get for whispering to our friends, and too many of these, spell a most un- happy end. . ,A N, . - . " 1 ,,,. .X 4,,x.-.Xl- N , ,. Q. . 'W' i-TTVQ-m11LlIl"' ' ,TQ .f. .. if - 1 ' l' . I:142:I '-.--' 4' -il. 'V I-IUMVR H431 ww.. sf. Ll FE fff+Kfa-fAfb- N 16--Mortar Board picnic. The pea- nut contest. We wonder who won? . . 'Q . l l SchoolCkdandar SEPTEMBER 8eSchool starts. Room 137 and i 326 become popular--Awe wonder 0 I' why? 'K l2bDefense Day parade. High iq teachers if it vvasn't worse than H teaching. 'fat 'I' H z School students take part. Ask the v N 4' ' K X I X v t 3 4' 24-Fondy-Ripon football game-13- K 6. Serves 'em right for casting re- ' , flections on our pretty girls. OCTOBER Mtllhflfy , S 'fg I 4-'Footballf-Fondy beats Manitowoc-6-O. Some light! 2 ,HQ fun Q i By the way we won!! 559 X .Q . . awzg N J 11-Appleton triumphs over Fondy-7-O. Quite the Fox- -fi 5 Pass on our part. f . ,! l 12fE1-win Hintz appointed editor-in-chief of Life. He did f ,. his duty,don't you think? 475.73 4 .' 'ilfgl f 'KX 17-Big pep meeting in front of school. Speeches! Harry 'hyfff Hierl, prominent ex-student, was commander-in-chief. ' Frank Wolf assisted with his usual red hot line. 4 N N 18-Fondy-7, West Green Bay-6. Haven't we quite the Q Ck team? -'! X NN W' - 75 23-Senior class Q' 9 officers elected. F !'f'fff A ., Same poor judg- Q y f ,QR Q7 ment shown. f 4 ' ' J 24-Fondy beats Waupun-13-6. Didn't f they give us a grand old work out? J" x .5 A 28-De Oratoribus, girl's debating society' - . founded-30 charter members! Look out V ' f Inner Circle!! ' l - 31-Mortar Board Hallowe'en Party. 1 nd 5 Q' l 'S a hard on the owls. ,. 1+-'f .. l' . I I 4 .1 -ii , A if ' V.. ' flf-1' if .-df - " ' ,, -1 ' .2 M ' --1 ' f1441 vf N., -11+ , ..-1 ig- 4, - iv x I LIFE NOVEMBER 1-Fondy defeats Oshkosh at the Sawdust city. 14-6. The band Jazzes out in new uniforms-and how our 5 "Tony"di strut!!! D Cl b fi f lil.. ' v SA ramatic u presents rst plays o the year. Mr. AZ Wait carriesahcavy role. . 13-Science Club organizes. What!! Another club?? . QI. 14-Classical Club election heldg Lois Bemis and Eileen v ' Rosenbaum consuls. It's lain to be seen the club IQ, is hot for chocolate dum-bells. acfilvir 15-Fondy defeats Sheboygan, 12-6. Pius closes the sea- UQ!! son with another bang. A fl QWXX I, ' -eff ' 19-junior class elects oflicersg Ray Breitung, president. fs i , A Many wounded, but nobody killed. ' ' j ca , .1 ,'. 28 84 29-Members of Peptimist staff attend C. I. P. y A. Convention at Madison. They say Lawrence I Wachs turned lady-killer. Thanksgiving vacation has duly arrived. Did we eat?? Well, I guess! fl Xl DECEMBER .Q T 0,3 4--Testimonial banquet for Miss Waters, "Our me p l , j Darling-" The RustY Hir1gC Quartet receives 'WV an oil-can in due recognition of its talent. gm N, . sa! . 11-German Club party. Deutchland uber alles!!! 16-Commercial Club Christmas party. Santa Claus F. was there. What fun!! ,A 18-Dramatic Club Christmas program. Rather high ffl brow for us. ' A, U , if I' 19-Basketball season starts. Ripon Frosh romp off with first game. Did Jim Utter? Not much. Mortar Board Qjffa , U: M kids party at Bragg School. Everybody acted . X lx natural' 'WTA MSW' 'Q' La If 26 X lumni wins in second caging tilt of season. 17-14. l'g"'i""m l I seems good to see the old stars again ' 1 . A G i I ff-K -' F- Y Q W Es e TY A ' v- of 'Tsh A Q. 'll' ,yl X I .. E N W' 'fvaf wf 154 .FQQQL35 , ,-.. ,I A . 5 - I 145 J 1.7m-'N"1 "i'L,-55:5---f" l E. L' tl i-f JANUARY 9-Sheboygan beats Fondy 19-13. Third successive de- 4 feat o season-three times and out. Ouch! It's be- ,U '11 ginning to hurt. XX , 16-Classical Club Saturanalia celebrated. Egyptian cos- A . tumes sure do lure the men. Panic created when Fondy's lt 18-17 victory at East Green Bay was announced. Vic- ' , l.f,f is now in sight. Isn't it a grand and glorious feeling? v' y 28-29 84 30-Semester exams. A few lucl? students graduate. , Sy Spanish-French Club hasa sleighri e party. Much sing- l ing and freezing enjoyed by all. Fondy wins over Mari- nette on loser's floor 13-7. Three cheers for the red, 1 gg isa white, and Benny! 2' FEBRUARY 6-Fondy beaten by Appleton quintet at Appleton. 20-11. Brace up, better times coming. 13--Fondy downs Manitowoc. 20-8. What'd we tell you? Knew they had it in 'eml 20-Mortar Board Pre-lenten Masquerade. Last one of the season. Too bad! 21-Fondy-Oshkosh basketball game at Oshkosh. Sawdust City rivals win-13-11. The Normal gym was nearly minus a roof. Good work for two referees! 23-gpanish, French, and German Clubs stage Mardi Gras. A very peaceful blowout. rench and Germans were very agreeable. Mottoes and colors chosen by senior class. 27-Fondy defeats West Green Bay 35-12. Dumb game! MARCH 2fFondy High Radio Club broadcasts form K. F. I. Z. Big business for radio repairers the morning after. 6-Fondy defeats Appleton 22-15. The Fountain City was well represented. No wonder! 8-Band gives annual concertg popular selections created a riot. 9-De Oratoribus party at Bragg School. 12-District tournament begins. Fondy defeats Oshkosh-15-9. How the baby blue and white did groan! 13-Ripon defeated. Even Ripon gave us a run for our money! I -J 1 Q 14-Fondy defeated by Neenah-wins second place in the distric , Thats' what we call charity to Neena -also Oshkosh.! Mmb RMP' If 20-Work begins on the addition. Standing room only at north windows. 'ff Qt 't 30-Billie and Lloyd take up manual labor. The girls now have continuous t lls r ' .- U . ,'1, ,Vg w V "'J1N L . t- 1 . , nv- j-i-v--.f"""" 4, I hh - - "V T 6 " " ' , fi' . lf' rf' .19 I "--gm 51463 l 1, A' Ll FE 5 APRIL 1-All Fools' Day. Even the would be wise ones were fooled. 17-Fondy wins in Commercial Tourney. Miss Wade may be small, but she knows how to train 'em. Alice Lurvey loses in Fox River Valley Girls' Declamatory Con- test. We think she's good anyway, don't we? 20-Mr. Merriman takes his classes to Waupun. Many were invited to stay-None accepted said invitation. l 22-Girls Glee Club Concert. No one suffered from sta e fri ht. Jw!!! 8 S G Acted 'jes' like perfessionals. tj 28-Jeanne wins Kiwanis "Trade at Home" essay contest. The 'W' f question is "What will she do with all'that dough?" e Jeanne answers, In the bank it will go! How dumb! 29-C. M. T. C. banquet. Dull knives saved the day. No mouths Cut. , . ' nk' MAY X l 2-Glee Club wins contest at Oshkosh. Our 'lil' songbirds Qt showed Oshkosh a thing or two. Fondy beats Omro in ,m 1 first baseball game of t e season. Let s hope our luck continues. 8-August Bartelt wins fourth place in Extemporaneous Q Speaking Contest at Sheboygan. August where have you been all our lives??? X el 11-Das Maifest of Deutscher Verein at Bra School. Don't Q . X gg 'uf , we Germans have the funl? ' ' 9 15-Classical Club Nominations. Much competition, but no one killed. 16--De Oratoribus Spring Tea. Everyone got 'tead' up-shame!! ," 25-Everybody turns out to see the Seniors in "A Kiss for Cinderella" Why John!! We f never thought it of you!! ll 28-The Senior Banquet is held at last. Oh how dressy were our seniors all decked ' out in their best bib and tucker. JUNE wild, 6-Mortar Board Banquet. What good masons we should ' 'N be turning out. Hr Rl! 7+Baccalaureate. Wait 'til Commencement. That's still X '7 E, qfeepier. 3 9-Classical Club Picnic. Sack races n'everything. ' IX - N ' use F 'tl-ff . s- .1 . 1 X-- ,-, . N M.-eg 6 . . ,I ,- ' '- , 4 +1,N -xv, vi JQE3 V Y A- ' ' -- 'is' ""'1f f'a"'l""T,- N, H Y X I' W g - A , . - N M - ' 'Loi-.. 0. l147l 'Q Q-tx.. uf ,5- -. . .la ,. S '-""a'N. gf' 'Th 10-German Club Picnic. These Dutchmen sure do w show themselves a rip roarious time. " 11-Record class of 119 graduates. They'd better , V remodel the Garrick by next june. 1 11-Mrs. Ryder entertains the Virgil Class at the A .X V Retlaw. Let's all takeVirgil. .E 'Q 1 W' I 2,5 12-The Band is off to the Tournament. If the I ' music doesn't take the cake, the uniforms should. f We go back to school for our cards. School is if over at last. Good-bye Class of 1925. K . WHY THE STAFF GOES CRAZY 1. Can I get my Life first? 2. If my picture isn't good can I change it? 3. I'll buy one after I give it the once over. 4. Print it in Sanskrit, I can't read English 5. I haven't any material to turn in yet-where can I find some? 6. You just try printing that picture! 7. You sure have it soft. CSuch imbecility!D 8. I don't know any more jokes. "High Scbool Crimes" "Hello Vincent, this is Heleng I've been calling you all day long, Will Friday be just as good as Saturday? I've got my dates all wrong. "No, I can't see you on Wednesday. Thursday? No, I have a Chem. exam. Why ofcourse I do, don't be silly, Why no, there's no other man- Hello Pat, This is Helen, I've got rid of Vince just fine I can hardly wait now until Saturday Now Pat don't start that line "Of course, I like you to call me Tuesday? Yes, 'bout ten past eight Why ofcourse I do, don't be silly Yes, yes, no,-I won't be late ji ff is? ' vef-W- -NFQW1-1 mj1Wl'F'Tf,-H I ' if an 1 I , . l 1 7 . 7 14' I fn, I, r ' I 4: 1 j,. , -kk ' l..l. es--Gas .f- r r- -3 i A TC 9 lf fi' n .9 1 I , ' G if f :' 'A K N - v I 1 'x ' Bill Board Three in One-Ralph High, Carl Gerhard, and Raymond Justen Seats of the Mighty-4Teachers' desks The White Excuse-A Triumphal Entry The Locker-An appreciated place in which to keep one's valuables Roll of Honor--Diploma in June 57 Varieties-Bobbed hair They're Famous-Erwin Hintz and Benny Moser For Every Studentw-A library slip The QPigj Skin You Love to Touch-Football It Floats-An odor from Chemistry rooms It Sticks-Gum under the Tables in the Library Sunkist-Edna Schiller A Nation Wide Quest-Jobs for graduates Lucky Strike-Exemption Easily Learned in Seven Lessons-To get to school on time Time to Retire-The Seniors l'd Walk a Mile for a Camel Cro the boiler roomD-John Lemieux They Satisfy-Football Team 99.44W,AMiss Waters K, v.4j'1 e"i'rr'r'f""f T . - 1-'P 149 T' 1 nt' -' - 4 I 4 Jw , fx xx . ,- N i-X V ny-,TFX If ,Y-fx M 0, A Yi ,': S. 7r-. --fi, - H 'Wrww vi M 1 i f, sr' P1 , 1, gr ,... so .4 J f n 4 In Z l ll ,.,. 1 v LIFE xr 'I would like to cause trouble," said the broken tooth, but fl haven't the nerve." 'Who can tell me what a hypocrite is?" asked the teacher. 'A guy that comes to class with a smile on his face," was the reply. WE ALL DO I love its gentle murmur I love its gentle flow, I love to wind my mouth up, And listen to it go. Dot Heath-"Don't you think Tolstoy's "Goodbye" thrilling? Anna Minette-"I don't know, Dot. He never called on me." k d f ts worth of insect powder. A woman went into a drug store and as e or one cen Druggist: Why, my good woman! that isnt' enough to wrap up. Lady: Who said wrap it up? just blow it on my back. Mr. Baker: The best resonance point in a closed pipe is always fourths, one fourth, three fourths, live fourths, and .ra forth. AN INNOCENT ABROAD ' I 1 iz? mm- Ht Kill T f a f M I I ,VMN ...ima .M i I ' i Q E D9 As a ship was leaving the harbor of Athens a woman passenger approached the captain, and pointing to the distant hills, asked: "What is that white stuff on the hills, captain?" "That is snow, madam," answered the captain. "Is it really?" remarked the lady: "I though so, but a gentleman just told me it was Greece." Eliza with her child fled over the ice pursued by the bloodhounds. "Hang it," she muttered, "What's become of the dog-catcher?" Corrinne: Wait a minute! Don't drop that letter in the box without stamping and addressing it. Bud Gaudette: That's all right. It's just answer to an anonymous letter I receiv dl Twelvc Thiry Rush! f 'e --. .Nxt Y 'U I NS, 3 Lui f , . I "" Yis'7a" ' xx ,f"xf Yi? Ei K frm- -'-m5,'Tfp11'llwr'w"-- fn -'rr,iT"If' "ln I A W1 ... in M' I IZISOJ KL M ry!! .-.M .. All M-'Q -Lv '41, , dhbxgnwwmkv LIFE OX-, YQ . - an ,-- ff it ' 'f f ff e gg Q Lp Ji, ev Mm ,Q I In ,f - fQJ:l x . THE CM of THE Wm weave mn ms wig us ,". 'vf ' if Q QQ ,dal w f- a na pn ' .ji agvf, X t ki . , .li l i .sue irrowomc. qmuszuewr XV' , TDNY AND Has BAND 57 vmzuzrmcs "Oh, would I were a bird," she sang, And each disgusted one Thought to himself this wicked thought "Oh, would I were a gun." -Exchange Chink Dolan after exam: Mr. Tipton, I was absent Friday. What shall I do? Mr. Tipton: I'll deduct five percent. Chink: Oh, that's all right. You can't take nothing from nothing. Wells Schultz: "Say, did you hear that Carl Schultz swallowed some nitrate fertilizer?" John Gafiin: "Maybe that is why he is complaining of growing pains." Eileen: What do you think of the boy scout movement? Winny: I never dance that way. Courtship makes life brighter without increasing the light bills. X Girli nowadays are much like salads, a great deal depends upon the dressing. Alcallhas nine lives, but a frog croaks every day. . - . , ,5 ff X c- - ' A ' , ,., l '. xl - '3' as Vac' f' ' R - . X N 'I V L J-V ff f , U '-X5 FF-x xxbgiz' Zig, , , 5 ,, -- . R- hx '- fm t -Z ' hi' , T' "HY '7""T""':"f"" ' 4 f I Qm.N hm-A mf . ,U .. 1, "sf - , 'Q-egg, .JLXQ r. - 151 N,-Q I. I I LEE. ff-VM-.,tq,,,--f. LIFE fawvxwf-its EXPLAINED AT LAST "Pa, what are the Ides of March?" "Why, my son, they are those times in the month, when your mother keeps saying 'l'd like to have a new hat,' or 'I'd li-ke to have a spring suit' and so forth." Mrs. Ryder-Who was the strongest man in Rome? Dorothy Schrage-Caesar. He pitched his tent across the river "Who is that homely looking girl?" CAngrilyD "That's my sister." "She sure can dance" "Look, Papa, Abie's cold is cured, and we still got left a box of coughdrops!" "Oo vot extravagance! Tell Natie to go out and get his feet wet."- "He has a dandy train of thought." "Yes, but it s a freight train." ..Huh?.. "He can't express it." Dumb-bell: Do you have this waltz? Wall flower: No, sir. Dumb-bell: Good! 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