Fort Atkinson High School - Tchogeerrah Yearbook (Fort Atkinson, WI)

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YJ vw, 144 UGEEVXQX Published by' The Class of 1924 240 VOL UME VII YN CGEER MII any APPRECIATION Ely qrlfugeertnl! fluff nf 1924 W1 willy! lu llyauk ull mlyu lplpeh in lip 1 Y Ni I runqwsilinn of klyis volume. we mini! eqaniallg lu cxlnnh nur llpmlas ' lu Quinn rfmiklg, :mils fpxg, muh Y O , X' in gilt. Bragg, mips lynn: grunt tips: sm- a w living eifuris hw prnhurc n suntan' Q! Q Q ful Bunk. Y fbi? gd- vg .M Au, ,552 4 OGEEMH2f4I W baba ax - 2 '-Y----f 0' t 3' Table of Contents Dedication ........ . L 7 Foreword ......... . 9 Tchogeerrah Stat? . . . . . 11 Faculty .......... . . 13 Seniors . . . . . 17 juniors ...... . . 30 Sophomores ................ . . 34 Freshmen ...................... 38 .Organizations and Activities .... 43 Literary . . ................... 56 Athletics . . . . 61 Calendar .... . . 75 Alumni ...... . . 90 Ads and Jokes .. . . 111 5 I E CEE ER f REM Ti-S Q A24 I' J RJ 0GEERmffM1I 6 DEQ BE? 'F B 19? U' DEDICATION THU i N Ely: rlass af 1524, in ap- 8 preriuiinu, hchirale Elgin: M imlume nf Elle Irllngerrrall lu 1 gilt. ll. 27. Srlgrsiuer, 'mlgu lg r b lynx fur lwculg-six gears f been Elle frienh unit srrxmul ' , uf nur srlmul. 5 I Tai " DEQ--N ff? 'I AVA, O O O O O O X! r -I V 31? E3 mpj 1. E ? i, X2 SCHOOL GH HI FORT QATKIN SON 8 0GEERfmff9'f4ll FOREWORD ef 1 ", N , 4 0531--if As ill: gears slip lug, mag llfis "Ir1!u5esrznl!" preserve in nut l!tl1Yl'l lou: fur nm' Qigl! frlfuul nuh neck ln laiuhle mum Hp! spirit whirl! has lips: fat hem nm' guihr. ---- :zlfevc-:fSf'K4'GNrQ: , . l- 3-' 9 0GEERRmf1'ZpE1jl ,A I 10 ri ., C M A G CCG iiii it C' i 0GEERfeeiTfQ?4ll Tchogeerrah Staff ...gg.. Editor in Chief-Emma Weggeiiian Assistant Editors-Janet Farnsworth, Esther Haight. Business Managers--Robert Glover, john Hales, Russell Rlieineck. Art-Frances VVicke, Helen Cook, Theodore llausen. Calendar-Irene Seivert, Verna Romig, Beatrice Neuman, Gertrude Franzel. H jokes-Dorothy Morris, Ruth Morris, Verona Klenient, Ruth Gates, Clarence Buentling, Esther Morris. il Snap-shots-Clarence Langholit, Verna Christ, Grace Evatt, Pauline Mieliels, XVesley VVetzel, Arnim Luedtke. . 1-I Organizations-Laura VVagner, Ruth llununel, Marion Gurus, Violet Preusse Williani Roper, Ivan Jones. AtlllCtlCS--Aftllllf Kiesling, Claude Guenther, George Rickerman. 'ole 11 OGEERHSAHHQII F R A N K C. B R A Y Superinlendent 12 A Q Z vi A ,v -6 I f l N ew , l GGEERIQ-zSzkLx15f,lE21 N ' Eva S. JVIcLeod C7VIary E. Spry' History. Lfllgebra QE? 3 Lyman J. jeffords History, Physical Education E K Hazel Hessing Helen Graves Fiedler English English 13 CGfEERRFAEHf19 411 E Grace A. Hessing Mar5a'ethHlsPfif2yan Hisiory, Civics tene ' HH ls j Harold S. Bingham Chemistry, Agriculture K Nellie Knilans Maybelle C. Krebs science Home Economics Carrie j. Smith Mathematics 14 Q 1 . OGiEERRf4Tlfi9-ill Bertha H. Seward Commercial Lydia S. Cocke gjvlusic r 1 I QAlta Sleep Commercial Ray F. Beach Science FQ Winifred Edsall Grade Supervisor 15 JVIrs. Johanna Clark School Nurse IN A S4 V OGEERemefQ?4II SENIORS OFFICERS Russell Ri1Ci11CCk-I,1'CSidCUt Ray Lee-Vice-president "The higher Irene Sievert- CLASS COLORS Green and VVhite CLASS FLOVVER Wfhitc Rose CLASS MOTTO Secretary-Treasurei we rise, the broader our view." 16 OGEERPAIH 924 A I .P - I :WM ff A 2 I f WM WW A! 4 5 Z I f 4 2 5,-f ' 5 : V I 5 1 I 5 5 1 si' ,ak Wh ,f , 1 4 , Q if P: f- g m Q f,fS1?gfgg',QA1+gf:4' 'N ff:-f :uf ::: .nc-fg,, 5121- 'w 4 xewgga. Q-X rwl ,gggg 5555 ,,,, 4f:f.ffQQ"g:Z' " Eff Lui, Q ' F. -'S ' ' G-13,5 , m',451f? 5-ll I A 5 -' ' xr " sn gk, E 39, 1 190404 A L! rw 1 :rig E!!!-5'-':l nu nn Q'3'M'C'.1 J .f- .....L, .- -.4 "wuz ', 3,235 I U A- una, gf .Q b lf H" . G oe e deaf OLD Hwsh Sc' hoo ' "'fG'?kv7q- V' 2 'f 9 2 5 wx PFW" QQQFQA Z ' Y 3 f 1 .' . N f 1 Gimff' - ,Q 2 Haul' Yeats Ive Sp: 5 2 Wlfh fkee , . '4l4!0p,, AM! Alow I seek For J?,,, ,,, '.. 'N iQZ?.wff?2'f' 44 A ali Gl"'1"V W 5, Ishii'-WQLI 0,4 1,4 4 1:3268 ' - vfW'W9'H7D H410 V4 '-"Pak WI 'f H wh ad' you ue A167155jinevhllfglr-lgq M1135 KS2,r's2Wlf'zff'7:q'95WwS3 aNe faYNE'. s 'I 'f' f IQIUFMF- fa' - - W:W?a?e- 41:1 9"1p. 42' r'Wii"'9fM3 X 1 rw M61 :MN pwmfqlj, AM, pg! f Cfl v ,lily-1I:N W1 ziglfiwffffxkzigiv lla. 1!fQv?j f,iLeQ Mgvyg, --f -MQW, j 'flwv -1,3 'L , , .mimi .ups WWW pf:-4u ,I 14, .,,-ff X MGM, 1 .Qi .Ii in I Xiu' X, lic, ' ,, "ilk--I' ' " MNH 'r 3 'LW' 'F , "Qq,,q,zawife:5 ,egfma ls -A pwvw "Kiwi iZ"lfw1'3i!49 W gi xgawf ggig - S ff ,jj N 17 GHOGEEREHFYNII .. X IeXQA .J .1 A Seniors 'I' MINNIE ALTREUTER-"Min" "Quiet in appearance, with motives unknown." Commercialg Glee Club 3-43 French Club 4. I RENE BOESE- "A loyal companion, an excellent friend, A good earnest worker and true to the end." Collegeg Home Economics Club, 15 Prom Committee, 35 Campfire, 3-45 French Club, 45 Class Play 4. GEORGE BRANDEL-"Jud" "Life is a pleasant institution, let us take it as it comes." Agriculturalg Athletic Association, 1-2-3. IRENE BREWER-"Toots" "Life runs along with her as one sweet song." English Scientific, Home Economics Chrbg Treasurer, 1-2. ELLA MAE BROUNTY-"Ella" "Ever calm and collected was she, no trouble could disturb her tranquil- 1ity." English I CLARENCE BUENDING-"Butch" lence." Commercial 5 Football 4g Basketball 45 Vice-president 2g Tennis 43 Annual Staff 45 Athletic Association 1-2-3-45 Honor Student 4. I 18 "Nothng' is more useful than si- OGEERM-er4lI Seniors 4' VERNA CHRIST-"Sheba," L "She stoops to conquer." Commercial5 Tennis 1-2-3-45 Camp- fire 1-2-35 Vice-president 15 Home Economics Cluu 15 French Club 45 Glee Club 2-35 Prom Com- mittee 35 Annual Staff 4. MA UDE COOK- "So sweet, so fair, and on the square." Commercialg Home Economics Club 1. LUCILLE DURANT- "She who does her be-st does enough." Commercialg Declamatory 2-4. 0 TTO ED WA RDS-" Tardy" "A man with three hands, a left hand, a right hand, and a little be- hind hand." English5 Viola High School 15 Garden Projects 15 Baseball 15 Track and Field 15 Agriculture Pro- ject 15 Football 3-45 Athletic As- sociation 1-2-3-45 Basketball 1-2-3-4. GRA CE EVA T T-"F11ltzie" "What would be rarer under the sun, Than Grace at school with her les- sons undone?" College 5 Campfire 1-2-'35 Home Eco- nomics Club 15 Prom Committee 35 Annual Staff 45 Glee Club 45 Honor Student 4. JANET FARNSWORTH-"Jan" "Oh, what a mixture! fun, diligence, and skill." English Scientific5 Home Economics Club 15 Camp-fire 15 Tennis 3-45 Prom Committee 35 Treasurer 35 Annual Representative 35 Annual 1 Staff 45 Glee Club 45 Class Play 4. ' i , , 1 9 OGEERISSEPETQ-,,.,:,4II Seniors 4' GERTRUDE FRANZEL-"F'ranzel" "They always win the golden day, Who listen much and little say." Latin5 Glee Club 1-25 Campfire 1-25 Vice-president 25 Annual Staff 45 Tennis 45 Declamatory 2. LORRAINE' FRANZEL- "She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant too, to think on." Commercial5 Tennis 45 Baseball 15 Campfire 1-25 Glee Club 1-25 Home Economics Club 15 Declamatory 25 Prom Committee 3. R U TH GA TES-"S ki1my" "To live all my life, while I do live." Englishg Glee Club 2-45 Campfire 3- 45 Prom Committee 35 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 4. ROBERT GLOVER- "Star of the history class, Always in the right, Brilliant as a polished glass, He studies day and night." Col1ege5 Annual Staff 45 Oratory 4. ARTHUR GLOVER-"Art" "For he's a jolly good fellow." English Scientific5 Football 35 Bas- ket ball 45 Tennis 3-4. CLA UDE GUENTHER- "He has some wit but he's very shy in using it." Collegeg Poultry Club 15 Athletic Association 1-2-3-45 High School Orchestra 2-3-45 Oratory 45 Annual Staff 45 Tennis Association 45 Gar- den Project 2 5 French Club 4. I V 0sEERssLff94II Seniors 'I' ALICE GUETZLAFF- I "Men may come and men may go, I But she goes on forever." Englishg Glee Club 2-3. MARION GUMS-"MaQinie" "One accomplished in the art of making friends." Collegeg Campfire 1-2-33 Glee Club 39 Home Economics Club 15 Annual Staff 43 Tennis 3-4. LUELLA HABEL-"Shrimp" "She's backward about coming for- ward." Commercialg Glee Cluo 5-4. FLORENCE HAKE- "Sober as a judge." Commercial. VIRGINIA HAKE-"Ginger" "Oh! girls, listen!" Collegeg Glee Club 3, Home Eco- nomics lg Campfire 1-2-35 Tennis 3. THEODORE HA USEN-"Ted" "Ah! why should life all labor be?" Englishg Cadets 15 Tennis 1-25 An- nual Staff 3-45 Prom Committee 3. I 21 ek J OmE l L V u Seniors 'I' GENEVIEVE' HETH-"Jennie" "She isn't very big, but she's all there." Commercial5 Home Economics 1. RUTH HUMMEL-"Ruthie" "'Tis not always those who know the most, have the most to say." Commercialg Home Economics Club 15 Campfire 3-45 Glee Club 45 Tennis Association 45 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 4. IVAN JONES-"Ike" "Ready for everything, work or play, He's a good scout in every way." Ag'ricultural5 Football 3-45 Basket- ball 45 Athletic Association 1-2-35 Tennis 1-2-3-45 Orchestra 2-3-45 Prom Committee 35 Annual Staff 4. ELIZABETH KA SSUBE-"Liz" "She doesn't believe in wasting superfluous energy on laughter and speech." English5 Baseball 15 Home Eco- nomics Club 1. ARTHUR KIESLING-"A rt" "Give our school more like him." Agriculturalg Oratory 2-35 Secreta- ry 35 Debate 45 Tennis 45 Athletic Association 1-2-3-45 Stock Judging Team 45 Orchard Demonstration Team 3. ARENA KLEMENT-"RENA" "If mirth was riches she'd be a millionaire. Commercial5 Baseball 15 Tennis 3-45 Glee Club 3-45 Campfire 35 Prom Committee 35 Home Economics Club 1. CGEERMHQS ll I Seniors 'I' VERONA KLEM EN T- "As jolly a girl as you'll ever meet." Commercialg Home Economics Club lg Treasurer 19 French Club 45 Glee Club 3-4. WILLIAM KNILANS-"Bill" "When questions get a little tough, Why just try a little bluff." A Collegeg Athletic Association 1-2-3- 4g Annual Staff 1. VIOLET KNO-LL-"Vi" "We were made to be glad, not to be sad." Commercialg Prom Committee 33 Tennis 1-2-45 Glee Club 4g Home Economics Club 1. GLADYS KUMLIEN-"Glad" "Cheerful and gay as a bird in May is our Gladys." Englishg Home Economics Club 15 Glee Club 2-3-4. LA UREL KUTZ-"Kun" "An earnest student who takes his work seriously." English Scientificg Athletic Associa- tion 1-2-3-4g Stock Judging 4. CLARENCE LA NGHOLFF-"Shorty" "Greater than I might have lived, But I doubt it." Collegeg Tennis 4g Annual Staff 45 Athletic Association 1-2-3-4g Prom Committee 35 Cl-ass Play 45 Oratory 4. 1 23 5GEERI5afHgi-Sail V gwikii 1 ,J A Seniors 4' RA Y LEE-"Colo'nel" "I dare do all that becomes a man, who dares do more is none." Collegeg Kilbourn High School 15 Vice-president 1-45 Football 15 De- bate 15 Class president 2-35 Athletic Association 2-3-45 Tennis 3-45 Class Basketball 2-35 Prom Committee 35 French Club 45 Oratory 45 Class Play 4. LEDA LUDEMAN "Diligence is the mother of good fortune." College5 French Club 4. ARNIM LUED TKE-"Nimy" "Try to argue if you can, I can beat 'most anyone." English Scientific5 Football 3-45 De- bate 3-45 Tennis 4. . PAULINE MICHELS- "Quiet, thoughtful and sincere, she doeth all things well." C o m m e 1' c i a I5 Campfire 1-2-35 Annual Staff 45 Home Economics Club 15 Honor Student 4. DOROTHY MORRIS- "A winning way, a friendly smile, In all, a girl who is worth while." English Scientificg Home Economics Club 15 Campfire 1-25 Tennis 2-3-45 Prom Committee 35 Girl's Glee Club 3-45 Annual Staff 45 Honor Student 4. ESTHER MORRIS- "To every day she brings good cheer, And so we like to have her near." Latin 5 Glee Club 1-2-35 Campire 1- 2-3-45 Tennis 45 Annual Staff 45 Declamatory 2. 24 'X u fi C iiii A N77 CGEERISAP-Ei-99-S-ll IM Seniors l 4. . RUTH MORRIS- "Happy am I3 from care I am frce. Why aren't they all contented like me?" Engll-Shj Sparta High School 1-23 Glee Club 2g Annual Staff 1-43 School Play 23 Campfire 1-23 Tennis 4. BEA TRICE NEUMA NN-"T1lddie" "She is not a moment without duties." College3 Annual 4g French Club 43 Home Economics 13 Honor Student 4. IRENE POUNDER- "Modesty is her color of virtue." English3 Home Economics. VIOLET PREUSSE-"Vi" "She looks on the bright side of life." Commercialg Home Economics 13 Campfire 33 Annual Staff 4. MA RIE PUERNER- "After all is said and done, there is really only one who has such sweet simplicity." Englishg Glee Club 1-2-3-43 Home Economics Club 2. EUNICE RHEINECK--"Patsy" "Of all good lvirtues that e'er we know, Good naturedness stands in the very first row." English3 Home Economics3 1-23 Campfire 1-2-3: High School Orches- tra 3-4. 25 A A A 1 D W -i 1f.lCffE':2R155?ifL?ifl-QP i ll P Seniors 'Pi RUSSELL RHEINECK- "He most lives, who thinks most, feels noblest, and acts best." Commercialg President 1-43 Tennis Association 2-3-4g Athletic Associa- tion 2-3-4g Annual Staff 4g Honor Student 45 Class Play 4. . GEORGE RICKERMAN-"Pricky" "If he had been present at the crea- tion he might have given a few val- uable suggestions." Englishg Football 4g Tennis 1-2-3-4. D0 UGLAS ROETHEL-"Doug" "In the football field he's great 3 So think the students at any rate." English Scientificg Tennis 1-2-33 Football 2-3-4: President lg Athletic Association 1-2-3-4. VERNA ROMIG- "Those who labor in earnest must always accomplish their ends." Commercialg Glee Club 3-45 Annual Staff 4g Tennis 3-45 Home Econom- ics Club 1. WILLIAM ROPER-"Bill" "Gently within his brains he some- times thinks a thought." Collegeg Annual Stall' 4g High School Orchestra 3-45 Athletic As- sociation 2-3-4g Class Play 4. ALFRED SCH ULTZ- "His thoughts speak volumes." Agriculturalg Tennis 4. 26 OGEERRAPH5 ll M Seniors 'I- GERHARDT SCHULTZ-"Moon Mull- ms" "I'd rather hug a pigskin than any- thing I know." General5 Rome High School5 Basket- ball 1-25 Baseball 1-25 Athletic As- sociation 1-2-3-45 Literary Society 1- 25 President 15 Treasurer 25 Foot- ball 3-45 Basketball 35 Track 4. IRENE SIEVERT- "How she studies and recites, Gives a fiunker forty frightsf' College5 Baseball 15 Home Econom- ics Club 15 Prom Committee 35 De- bate 35 Declamatory 3-45 Glee Club 3-45 French Club 45 Tennis 45 Camp- fire 45 Secretary and Treasurer 45 High School Orchestra 3-45 Annual Staff 45 Valedictorian and Honor Student 4. HAROLD SMITH-"Smitty" "A heart so kind, a friend so true, Is seldom met the wvhole world thru." English Scientific. LYLE S UN D-"M icke'y" "Protector of all ladies fair." College5 Athletic Association 1-2-3- 45 Basketball 45 Football 1-3-4. LA URA WA GNER- "And still they gazed and still the wonder grew, That one small head could carry all she knew." Collegeg President Home Economics Club 15 Baseball 15 Campfire 1-2-3- 45 Annual Staff 25 Prom Committee 35 Declamatory 35 Glee Club 3-45 Annual Staif 45 Salutatorian and Honor Student 45 Class Play 4. EMMA WEGGEMAN- "Here's to the girl with a heart and a smile, Who makes this bubble of life worth while." College5 Home Economics Club 15 Baseball 15 Debate 35 Tennis 3-4 Campfire 35 French Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Glee Club 4 . -o --- ,fm - W A f . - I xl WEEE C all - 1 Seniors l A -1- , ABE WEINBERG-"Absulum" "How much does it cost?" Modern Classicalg Tennis 1-2-3-45 Basketball 1-2-3-43 Football 3-45 Poultry Club 19 Garden Club 15 Class Play 4. I MILDRED WEISS-"Milly" A little bit of folly, and a little bit of fun." ' English. WESLEY WETZEL-"Wes" "The gentleman' is learned, and a most rare speaker." Commercialg Tennis 2-3-43 Athletic Association 1-2-3-4g Annual Staff 45 Debate 4. FRANCES WICKE-"Frank" "Small of stature, but of quality supreme." English-Scientificg Tennis 1-2-3-4g Annual Staff 3-43 Home Economics Club 15 Campfire 1-23 Prom Com- mittee 2-3g Honor Student 4. ARTHUR WILL-"Art" "I worry nobody, no not I, and no- body worries me." Commercial g Athletic Association 1- 2-35 Secretary 25 Football 3g Vice- president 1. HARVEY YANDRY- "Silence is one great art of conver- sation." English Course. 28 'X w Q . W CGEEREHHQX ll History' of the Class of '24 VVe are enthroned at last on the pedestal of Senior glory. Though the fierce struggles have left us breathless on the shore, up, up, Seniors! It is for us to bring credit and fame to our Alma Mater, old F. H. S. Four years of arduous toil have brought us to the top of the ladder, ready for the great battle of life. As Freshmen we entered high school full of hope for the future. In spite of our verdant natures, we displayed a most intelligent aspect to our superiors. Our officers were President, Douglas Roethel,: Vice-president, Verna Christy Secretary, Arthur Vllillg Treasurer, Verona Klementg Annual Representative, William Knilans. VVe made no great showing in our Freshman year, but then--"Great oaks from little acorns grow." In our Sophomore year we adopted a supereilious air. VVe had ad- vanced beyond the pale of ignorance. VVe were quite well represented in school activities by Lucille 'Durant in declamation and Douglas Roethel and Lyle Sund in football. VVe elected as our class officers: President, Ray Leeg Vice-president, Clarence Buendingg Secretary, Arthur VVi1lg Treasurer, Irene Sievertg Annual Representative, Laura VVagner. As Juniors we blossomed out and showed but a slight subservience to the dignified Seniors-so great was our pride. Again we elected the fittest of the class for our officers. They were Ray Lee, l'residentg janet Farnsworth, Treasurer and Annual representative. This year the Freshmen find us positively unapproachable-we have become so austere. Russell Rheincck is our able Presidentg Ray Lee, Vice- presidentg Irene Sievert, Secretary and Treasurer. Ever since we entered High School we have been noted for our exclusive and entertaining social activities. Our prom was in the best order, and our mixers have boasted large crowds who declared that they always had a "peach of a time." And this is not the only star in our crown. VVe have promoted a large number from our ranks to forensics. In the field of declamation were: Lucille Durant, Laura VVagner, Lorraine Franzel, Irene Sievert. and Beatrice Neumann. In debate were Irene Sievert, Arthur Kiesling, Emma NVege- man, Wesley Wetzel, and Arnim Luedtke. Other shining comets were our athletes. "Doug" Roethel, "Ike" jones, "Storky" Edwards, "Mick" Sund, and Arnim Luedtke. Here's a toast for the future. Though we may not all achieve fame, may we ever be as dignified and as scholastic as we are now, and may we be as ambitious for the future as we have been during our whole school career. VIOLET PREUSSE 29 tw v OGEERRMTYQ? Il junior' Class History' NYe, the class of '25, are now about to enter upon the home stretch of our high school career. For three years we have endured the haughty glances of the upper classmen. However, they have not greatly affected us, one of "Fort', High School's largest classes. One hundred ten of us entered the High School three years ago, and we are now seventy-five strong. During the three years that we have held down the seats in the assem- bly room, we have contributed many "stars,' to various activities. In ath- letics we have made a very good showing in Arthur McNitt, Austin Cornish and VVesley Heinze upon the gridiron, and in VVillis Wilson, VVesley Heinze and Cecil Smith on the basket ball fioor. In tennis too, we were very well represented. In debate, George Sherman and John Hales showed splendid ability. In declamation, Arvilla Boese has won honors each year. In all, we have made an excellent record. For this year's class oflicersjwe elected the following: George Sher- man, president, Catherine Nettesheim, vice-president, and Esther Haight, secretary-treasurer, VVe gave two successful mixers in our Freshman and Sophomore years. The "hard time" party given this year with the help of our class advisor, Miss Bertha H. Seward, was certainly a record-breaker. It is said that "clothes don't make men," but old clothes made some look like "sin" on that occasion. Many of our class are members of the High School Orchestra, adding greatly to its volume. In the Glee Club many of the girls have proved them- selves fine warblers. On May 17, the annual Junior prom took place. All had a rousing good time "tripping the light fantastic toef' Then here's to the class of '25! May the last year in our dear High School be as full of success as the preceding years and may we always be a credit to our school. MILDRED SCHARF MARJORIE GEBHARDT 30 924N Rm? f em NIU 0 WOQERMHQII 5. 32 0GEERm1rfSmIl Allen, Elvira Bacon, Meta Behnke, Leona Bienfang, Bertha Binkert, Irma Bless, George Boese, Arvilla Bray, Helen Ruth Carnes, Dorothy Carney, John Chadwick, Marion Cook, Helen Cornish, Austin Drewsen, George Eales, john Eustis, Marjorie Frohmader, Harry Gebhardt, Marjorie Gillard, Beulah Gillard, Dorothy Griese, NYanda Gross, Ilo Gsell, Harlow Hackbarth, Mavis Hagemann, Helen Haight, Esther Hake, Ardys JUNIORS W llausz, Lucille Heinze, XVesley Hevey, Elizabeth llibbard, Robert lflinkel, Parnell Hobbs, l.ula lloman, Gertrude jlahn, Harriet jones, Betty Keuer, Esther lilement, Marjorie Ott, Arthur Ott, Florence Ohl, Fred Prcusse, Lily Rabe, Victor Qwithdrawnj Rehberg, Laura Reinke, Arnold Richmond, Vera Scharf, Mildred Schley, Evelyn Knoll, Viola fwithdrawnj Scullin, Catherine Knueppel, Evelyn Kuhnert, Lucile Kunz, Margaret Kutz, Olive Lanzel, Hazel Lein, Evener Leschinsky, Eldyn Loga, Vernon Marsden, Ina Belle Masters, Mary McNitt, Arthur Menzel, .lay Mueller, Eva Nettesheim, Catherine Oestreich, Harlow 33 Scnllin, John Sherman, George Simonson, Ruth Smith, Cecil Stroebel, Victor rlihurston, Ruth fwithd'nj Trielof, Vivian NYagner, Gertrude Nlfendell, Florence Wentworth, Thora Cwithd'nj VVilson, Dewey XVilson, Marion VVilson, Willis Wisch, Ruth vi W fi,' s X! OGEEReAfsrfQ?Il Sophomore Class History' VVe "wise" Sophomores wish to record in permanent form the deeds of the class of '26 for the editication of the verdant Freshmen and the envy of the upper classmen. "ln numbers there is strength," so we are deserving of special mention. We had the distinction of being the largest class ever entering the F. H. S. when we knocked on her door in 1922. Now when our roll is called, eighty- seven respond. We realize that quality is more important than quantity and are proud of the fact thait the real contributions made by our class to the life of the High School, are due to the superior mental and physical achievements of our members. At a class meeting in October we elected as president Bertha Bienfang, and Evelyn Homan secretary and treasurer. At the time of the mid-year promotions we had a new election and William Urban was chosen president. Though we had little part in the activities last year, except for the pub- lishing of that famous paper, "Green Gossip", we are making up for it now. For the first time in several years a Sophomore made the debating team. Good for Herbert F. Wisch! VVilliam Urban won the Freshman-Sophomore oratorical contest and Evelyn Homan the girls' declamatory contest. Bernard Machgan, "Sid" Lein, and Harry Florin labored for us during the football season and Harold Roessler helped gather laurel leaves as a basketball player. Last but not least-seven Sophomores have been in the school orchestra, one-third of the total number. We feel that much of our success as well as happiness as a class is due to the splendid leadership of "jeff,', our class advisor. We regret that he is not to be with us during the next two years in the old school, but we shall remember him always. Our best wishes, Jeff, for your success and happiness wherever you may go. Remember us always and we'll try to live up to the standard you have set us: Kathleen Grabill 34 V 'X M 1 L Ig ' w gm . 5 , ?HOGEERR5'H37iQ54'l 0Pl10 012155 ff ff? Phil.-in mu C .. X f I Z I 9: "-Ef- 'r lf LA W S 5? N- 511uiLh.xmff by 'Q , n O5EERRW'5'i954Il 1 Z s Q 36 N 414 Adams, Esther Bartelt, john Becker, janet B ehm, Mildred fwithd'nj Bendig, Harry Hendig, Hilda Billing, NVilliam Binkert, XValter Blazel, Harley Bordsen, Floyd Bragg, Agnes Bramer, Viola Burchard, Betty Chase, Marjorie Christensen, Elmer Clark, Betsy Dieckhoff, Josephine Dollase, Lucille Downing, Mary Dunlap, Lucille Ehlers, Ruth Eustis, Lawrence Farnsworth, Frances Frisch, Edgar Gebhardt, Russell Gilbert, Virgil Glazier, Ruth Glover, Myra Grabill, Kathleen Greenman, Mattie frruetzman, Edward Grunewaldt, Vernon fwithd'nj Guetzlatt, Henrietta I-label, Louise Hager, Hazel Halverson, Kenneth CWithd'nj Ofweefeell SOPHOMORES 35 -J Hall, Gerald Qwithdrawnj Perkins, Carver Harlel, Earl Hathaway, Kingdm in Ponyicsailyi, Olga Pounder, Maxwell fWitl1d'HD l'rust, H ertha Hedrick, Elizabeth Heese, Lorenz Heinze, Stella lieth, Gilbert Heth, fl-lilda Hoard, Helen Homan, Evelyn Hutchens, Maude l'uerner, Alice Purdy, Howard Purdy, Marvel fwithd'nl Purdy, Marvelyn Quam, Ranold Rehm, Homer Roberts, Lucille cwithdinb Roessler, Harold hlaehuke, Dorothy ilakum, Margarette Klement, Lucille Kranz. Ethel fwithd'nl Krening, Geraldine Krentz, Jeanette Kreutz, Edna Qwith d'nj Kuhnert, Elaine Kutz, Myrtle Lein, Sidney Lemke, Inez Lemke, Lucille Loga, Rachel Machgan, Bernhard Maryott, Florence Masters, Camilla Mepham, Hugo Merriman, Chester Michels, Miner Miller, Elsbeth Moreiield, Edward Morefield, Katherine l'eich, Cora Cwithd'nj 37 Schoen, limmaline Schroeder, Verna Qwithd'nj Schultz, Oscar Schwimmer, lfValter Scullin, Robert Skaar, liladys fwithd'uj Smith, Marna Snell, Agnes Stearns, Ruth Steinke, Lucille fwithd'nj Tousley, Hortense Trieloff, .lennings Urban, VVilliam Vail, Lawrence Vickery, Cavena Vklagner, Sylvester fwithd'nj lVescott, Donald Cwithd'nj VVicke, Catherine VVilson, George Vl'isch, Herbert E. lllisch, Herbert F. CGEER at ll Freshman Class History gig We, the Freshman Class of 1923-24, of course had to take our measure of jests as freshmen and greeniesg but all who have gone before us have had to suffer as much. We have a long way to go before we reach the goal of graduation, but what others have done we can do and so overcome our "greenness." At the beginning of the school year we were ninety-four strong. VVe elected as our class officers: Agnes Snell, presidentg Howard Guetzlaff. secretary, and Betty Burchard, treasurer. Miss Grace Hessing was ap- pointed our class advisor. At the end of the first semester thirty-one freshmen were found leaving their green career behind them and becoming sedate sophomores. At the same time twenty-eight diligent students arrived from the Junior High School, and since then two more have come in from different communities, making a total enrollment in the Freshman class of ninety-nine. They elected as their class president, VValter Dahmsg vice-president, Dorothy Hake, secretary, Howard Guetzlaff, and treasurer, Roland Hagemann. The frosh party was a great success and was well attended. Our class helped in most activitiesg Frederick Ilornbush represented us on the foot- ball lieldg Wzllter Dahms on the basketball Hoorg Miriam Dexheimer repre- sented us in the final declamatory contestg and Maynard Kiesling and George Hensey in the iinal oratorical contestf Two issues of "Green Gossip" were published, Josephine liliecklioli' act- ing as editor and Betsy Clark as assistant editor. As a whole, the Freshman Class can't be beat! BETSY Cl..-XRK 38 U Z 5,-,X .. 1 6 V I f. 'A , , k E0 df J' . E T nf- , f W Tri 1- ' N f g'3 Y , 573- ' 'F 35:5 1?-K f go Q T ' -1 4.7 S XM - A xk . 'AFB , V ra N f ' P-- X 1G X. 1 22 92 x X 54 PN 0 . A .Af 3 six. Q 'PU Q - W lm X N, , Q .1 S 2 xi 41- Q Qx 'XXXRS E 3 'ff SQ Q1 Q Aim E , ax 2 WN , ,x.x , - f tmf Q ig Q A Lf 'fx wx X k A A' 0 Ng SX XX X A4 ' mxxxxxxxxxg . W N --P- ,A . A xx ,xx,..x X K 39 OGEERHEAHMII I P' Z ., Z .K X I nf Y , 'SM 40 I OGEEReeHQ2ll Anderson, Donald Bacon, Marian Bammel, Harold Barrett, Beverly Bergman, Margaret Binkert, Alvin Blank, XVinfield Boos, Marjorie Brounty, Katherine Bullis, Martha fwithd'nj Carnes, Clarence Carnes, Hazel Cullen, Eva Qwithd'nj Curran, Elmer Curran, Esther Dahms, Walter llexheimer, Miriam Dollase, Ruth Dornbush, Frederick Florin, Corliss Florin, Harry . Franzel, Florence Gilbert, Doris Gilbert, Lloyd Gruetzman, Carl Guetzlaff, Howard Habenicht, Victor Hagemann, Roland Hake, Dorothy Hake, Jerome Hake, Lorraine Hanson, Chester Hausz, XVilliam FRESHMEN B' Hensey, Kathryn Henze, George, jr. Rogers, Virginia Rohloff, Albert Heth, Arnold Qwithd'nj Rusch, Carl Qwithd'nJ Hevey, Harlow Qwithd'nj Schlei, Peardon Hillyer, june l-loene, Earl Horn, Myrtle il unghans, VValter Kassube, Helen Kiesling, Maynard Klement, Emery Klement, Isabel Kohn, Edwin fwitl1d'n l Kubitz, Russell Kunz, Elmer Langholii, Elmer Lanzel, Norman Linton, Leota Lowe, Frances Machgan, Chester Markgraff, Luella Masters, Lucille Mesmer, Eva Moore, VVilfred Morris, Benton Morris, Reva Nelson Clifford Nelson, Eva Nelson Jessie Neumann, Toledia Ponyicsanyi, Arpad Provenzano, Joseph Recht, Henrietta 41 Schatsehneider, Edwin Schroeder, Ervin Sexton, Edward Sherman, Vlilllllllll Sievert, Margaret Smith, Evelyn Spitzer, Eva Stearns, Eugene . Stone, Grant Swartz, Evelyn Tellefson, Frances Tellefson, Katherine Turner, Ralph VValdo, Charles Wandschneider, Dempster NVarnke, Anita VVeiss, Idabel NVescott, Royal NYescott, Monica NN estphal, Margaret NVilson, John VVitte, Arthur VVood, Arthur NVornson, Martha Young, Carl Zeidler, Earl U Zickert, Alma 5' Krafft, VVilliam Qwithd'nj Simpson, Violet fwithd'nj 0GEERffAHiQ?1ll 42 n gf V 0GEERRfAHfLf1g,Q.'zE1ll on ' - " - 7 G lZAT:o,vs aw4 ,qC Tl-W.Tl.6S by ,. My " ! .2-if ' 4 l p, ' QQ E! l K fl ,f x fb Fa 'W 1 21 711-1JBf4f fl M i 3157: Ll' Y ' ,Z-96BA1'e f f g x Q -""' ul J ff' f' -57:11 WW Q airing ? Z ' ? I ' f f .ff ,..QfFlf -Q- T., 222, "fi W.: gb, tfifm 4 l X " "" '- U 'K as 'TL F :Q V9m1T'x ...K ax., N 43 GGGEERMHQHII I P 44 A 41 A ii V CGEERHP-H5 ll CLASS PLAY "CLARENCE" QA Comedy in Four Acts THE CAST Mrs. Martyn Mr. XN'hceler Mrs. Wfheeler Bobby Wheeler Cora W'heeler Violet l'inney Clarence Della Dinwiddie Hubert Stem Ruth Hummel . Ray Lee .Ruth Gates XYilliam Roper janet Farnsworth Laura NVagner . Russell Rheineck Irene Boese Abe NVeinberg . . Clarence Langholff The action of the play "Clarence" takes place in New York City. centering, around the XYheeler family. Mr. Vtiheeler is a man of business ahcairs and Mrs. Martyn is a middle-aged woman who takes care of his office. At the opening of the play, Bobby has just returned home from school. This is the third one from which he has been expelled. In addition to this the maid, Della, is about to sue him for breach of promise. He also imagines himself in love with Violet Pinney, the governess. Cora, his sister, thinks herself in love with Mr. Hubert Stem, a grass widower, who, in reality, calls on Cora just to see the governess. Miss Pinney goes to the office with Cora to speak about her conduct to her father. Mrs. VVheeler, his second wife, becomes jealous. Clarence, an ex-sol- dier, arrives at the oiiiee at the same time looking for work. Mrs. Martyn mis- understands his last name. No one knows much about Clarence, but he helps in general about the VVheeler home. Cora soon forgets Mr. Stem and imagines herself in love with him. Even Della admires him. Many complications follow but in the end the ex-soldier proves to be the great entomologist, Clarence Smith. He wins the hand of the governess and so peace and happiness are re- stored in the Wheeler home. 45 B A, fe V GWERWQII Ncgzltivc ,Xf:FlI'l1'llltiYL' llcrlwcrt I". XX'isch ,X1'tl1lll' Kiesling XN'eslcy XN'etzel iicurgc Sll6l'I112lIl .john Ilulcs ,Xrnim Luedtkc CSD 1 46 fwR1efeg41I D e b a t e s Fort Atkinson High School again entered the I The question, Resolved "that Congress should ena the esssential features of the Huber Unemploym Concededf' was submitted to seventy high schools of November. About fifteen of our high school b o the question and the tryout took place early in Decei remained after the tryouts, Herbert F. NVisch, VVesl were selected for the Negative team and Arthur and Arnim Luedtke for the Affirmative team. After two and one half months of hard work an hate was held with Janesville High School. Edgerto league, as usual dropped out on account of insu Negative team went to Janesville February 14, to de ative and the Janesville Negative debated the For floor. The result of both decisions was 3 to O in favo March 12, the Waupuii Atiirmative came to Fo .awrence Debating league. ct a Federal Law applying ent Bill-Constitutionality of the state about the first ys began earnest work on nber. From the eleven who ey VVetzel, and John Eales Kiesling, George Sherman, d intensive drill a dual de- n, the third member of the Hicient preparation. The bate the Janesville Atiirni- t Affirmative on our own r of Fort Atkinson High. rt to debate our Negative. The results were 3 to O in our favor. Fort's Affirmative Went to Lodi, there securing a Z to l decision. The Fort Atkinson Hig Lawrence Banner for the third consecutive year as tioned debates. March 28, our school entered the semifinals wit h Portage and VVashington High of Milwaukee. The Portage Negative met ou own Hoor and outclassed and defeated Fort by a 3 ington High School defeated the Fort Negative at M debate by a 2 to 1 decision. This places Fort Atkins in the state. Fort Atkinson's record for the past follows 1- h School was awarded the a result of the above men- r Affirmative team on our to 0 decision. The Wash- ilwaukee after a very close on High School about Sth three years has been as Debates Won Lost Place in State 8 6 2 5 10 9 1 Z 6 4 2 8 Fort Atkinson's record is an evidence of hard baters, good coaching on the part of its teachers, a the part of its patriotic students and citizens. 47 work on the part of its de- nd earnest cooperation on 'X A J Herr'-CVT1 V CGTEER J: be ll Oratory and Declamation JVIIRIAM DEXHEIMER WILLIAM URBAN The work of declamation and oratory has held an imporant place in our school activities for a number of years. The Junior and Senior girls were under the supervision of Miss Gravesg the Freshman and Sophomore girls under Miss McLeod? the boys were instructed by various teachers. The declamatory contestants for regular contest were: Irene Sievert, Bea- trice Neumann, Lucille Durant, Arvilla Boese, Miriam Dexheimer, Gavena Vickery and Evelyn Homan. This contest was held in the High School audi- torium on April 11. "Anne of Green Gables"-Miriam Dexheimcr received first place: "The W'hirligig of Life"--Irene Sievert, second placeg "l'enrod's AFHiction,'-Ga- vena Vickery, third place. The oratorical contest was held April 10. The boys who took part in the contest Were: Claude Guenther, Ray Lee, Clarence Langholff, Robert Glover, VVilliam Urban, George Henze and Maynard Kiesling. "Toussaint l.'Ox'erture',-VVilliam Urban obtained first place: "Plea for Cuba"-Ray Lee, second placeg "A lf'roiit's Tragedy,"--Clarence Langholff, third place. At the district contest to be held at Edgerton, both of our contestants, Miriam Dexheimer and VVil1iam Urban, will represent our school. 48 OGEERRMLSTSV V n .Q ll qjlthletic Association The .-Xthletic Association completed a successful year under the skillful guidance of its officers-Arthur McNitt, president, John Carney, x'iCe-presi- dent. and Russell Rheineck, secretary and treasurer, After buying new equip- ment for both the basketball and football teams, it has retained a surplus in the treasury for next year. The Athletic Association has done much toward promoting athletics in the Fort Atkinson lligh School. Through the efforts of this organization, the school has achieved zi high standing in athletics, 49 PHOGEERfwLf12251!l i SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 50 15 k,KE. oeeeneitri, 9 4 M Glee Clubs .Xmong the successful organizations ol' the lfort lligh School are the two tilee Clubs. 'l'he .lunior tilee Klub is composed of Sophomore and .lunior girls, while Freshnien and Senior girls compose the Senior Cilee Club. These organi- zations are under the supervision of Mrs. Cocke. Several of the lligh School entertainments have been favored with selections by the tilee Clubs. 'I'he lligh School Sextet also rleslerves much credit for its hard work. llelen llray, Mary Downing. Ruth Stearns, lfsther llaight. liva Mueller, and Katherine Moreiield compose this group. They also have entertained pleasing- lv. High School Orchestra The Fort Atkinson High School Orchestra is an organization to View with pride. Miss Leila Snell has worked with our musicians weekly, and de- serves much credit for her efforts, which have proved successful. VVe have had cause to be proud of their selections as they appeared at school entertainments. 51 0GEER1?efLril9iT4ll junior' Party' On the evening of March 14, the Junior party was held in the High School gymnasium. Unlike the mixers of previous years, this was strictly a Junior affair. As we had decided it should be a "hard-time" party, the characters which made their appearance on the gym floor were varied. It was very evident that many attics had experienced a ransacking, such as they had not seen for some time. Gray-headed old ladies in skirts sweeping the floor made their appearance with youngsters in skirts above their knees. The boys also presented such an appearance that one would think 'twas hard times for certain. Even the faculty joined in the fun and appeared in costumes befitting the occasion. Dancing and games were the order of the evening. At about eleven o'clock Eskimo pies were served, after which we all departed for home. Freshman Party O, ye upper classmen, you should have been Freshies again on the night of December fourteenth. What a glorious time we had! There was so much to do and so much fun! An "introductory" circle started the evening. VVhat fun it was! Next, there was a peanut toss. That is the game that requires skill. After the peanut toss, the three-cornered obstacle race took place. "Obstacle" race was right! Then there was the suit-case contest. Fun! why, you would have died laughing. Then the good old game, Jerusalem and Jericho, was played. To all the winners of the contests, prizes were given, such as suckers, cracker jack, or a bottle of salt water. We also had the great pleasure of seeing Messrs. MeNitt and Guetzlaff in their snake dance, truly an awe-inspiring dance with the lights turned low! Next, we were entertained by a Jazz Horn Band, from Hard-times Town, conducted by Miss Dieckhoif. The other members were the Misses Burchard, Bacon, Bergman, Hedrick, and Clark. Of these, the Misses Bacon, Clark, and Dieckholii were dressed as gentlemen. This group, after their performance, started the dancing. You can imagine what we did the rest of the evening. Of course we had some eats, for it couldn't have been called a partv if we hadn't. We had all the ice cream sandwiches we could eat. ' Then, fBoo-hooj about ten o'clock, fBoo-hooj came the final dance fBoo- hooj. 52 t u iiii fre V CUEERISAHEIQ ll Les Francais Heureux At the beginning of the year the French class, with the aid of Miss Hoppenyan, organized a French club, giving it the name of l.es Francais Heureux, meaning The Happy Frenchmen. lrene Sievert was elected presi- dent and Verna Christ, secretary and treasurer. Meetings were held at the school, on VVednesday afternoons, every three weeks. At these meetings, business came firstg then a program was given, games were played and refreshments served. To make the work more interesting, each student was required to keep a French Scrap Book in which items of interest were placed. Altogether the work was not only entertaining but profitable as well. The students not only became better acquainted with the French language, but this work also familiarized them with the French customs, and we hope that this plan will be carried out by the succeeding French classes. 53 c Rpnefsv CGTEER i 4 9 junior' High School For four years the seventh and eighth grades have been organized under department teachers and have been called the "junior lligh Schooln. The girls take llomcstic Science in the 'I ligh School, while the boys take manual training in their own school. There have been numerous activities i11 the Junior lligh School this year. The junior Orchestra is composed of those who expect to be members of the High School orchestra. There has been considerable activity in athletics under the supervision uf Mr. Swanson, preparing' the boys for these activities in lligh School. Following is the list of the Junior High School faculty: Mr. Swanson, the Misses Winifred Edsall, Mary Robertson, Gertrude Van Hagen, Ruby I.t-onardson, Vera lleach, l'earl Collaniore, Messrs. llingham and sleiifoirds, Mrs. Cocke and Mrs. Krebs. 54 0GEERfH+Lff29?f4l5 55 CGEEREAELTE? s ll Adventures of a Football Captain The football team of F- High School was waiting for the train to J-, where they were to play the final game of the season. Stub Maxwell, captain and star player, was fuming about impatiently, and upsetting all the rest of the team. Things had gone wrong with him that day. He had overslept in the morning, he had been late for school, he had had an unexpectedly hard test in history and, above all, he had just discovered that he had forgotten his football shoes. "What luck, fellows! Now I have to go back. S'pose I can make it ?" "By all means, if you don't waste too much time talking about it," replied his pal, Bill. "Aw, you -l" The retort was lost as he dashed down the platform in the direction of his home. The train was due at 2:10, and it was now precisely 2:03 o'clock. Stub made good time, but it was not until 2:07 that he ran down his front steps and turned again in the direction of the station. As he neared the station, he heard frantic cries from his team mates, importing the coming of the train, and saw them gesticulating wildly to him. Still running, he saw the train stop and the boys get on. Then, while he was still one-fourth of a block away, it pulled out. Stub's mind was a blank, he was speechless. Not knowing what else to do, he panted the remaining distance to the station. He sat down on a bench and tried to think, but nothing would come to his mind but the sight of the team's getting onto the train and the sound of their last wild yells to him. just then he spied a familiar figure coming up the platform. It was "Crazy Pete," a half-witted resident of F-. This gave him an idea. Wfhy not have Pete take him, in his Hivver, to XVolsey junction, where the train stopped at 2 :45? Stub thought that if they took a short cut, they could reach the Junction at that time. He ran up to Pete. "Hello, Pete. How are you today ?" he began genially. "VVa-al, I be 'fair to mid'lin,' as they say. He! He l" "Oh, I say, Pete, how's your Hivver working these days ?" "By crackety, there isn't a flivver in this country that's better than mine. .lust give'er a kick, and away she goes! He! He !" "Now listen here, Pete. If you'll take me to Vllolsey Junction right away, I'll get you a -a can of tobaccoli' Pete could hardly grasp such a complicated proposition, but finally he understood, and acquiesced. In five minutes they were off for the Junction in Pete's puffing, rattling Ford. Until 2:30 they bumped along at quite a fair rate of speed. But as they started up a steep hill, "Lizzie" began to miss. She gasped and snorted, but finally gave one last puit and stopped, absolutely dead. "Well, I reckon she's stopped, hain't she? He! He!" remarked Pete. Stub felt like shaking him, but he wisely refrained. He thought almost despairingly of the game in which he was to play such an important part, and of the anxious team. just then a bright thought struck him. He lifted up the 56 CEERWQWII front seat and examined the gas tank. It was stone dry. Stub resolved to beg, borrow, or steal some gas from the nearest farm-house. In ten minutes he had persuaded an irate farmer to lend him some gas, and was back to the car with it. By 2 :4O they were on their way again, with two miles to go. "Step on it, Pete! More gas, more gas! We have to be there in live minutes. Two cans of tobacco if you get me there in five minutes. Hurry, Pete!" Thus Stub, now frantic, was urging Pete. They were approaching a corner from which they could see the train. just as they turned, they saw it nearing the Junction at the rate of forty miles per hour. Here was a race! The Ford was also going forty miles an hour, but the train reached the junction be- fore they did. If it would only wait long enough! Stub was half out of the car as they reached the Junction--all ready to leap off-but his exertions were all in vain, for just then the train started to move. Stub was on the fender, waving and yelling, but the train kept going faster. He jumped off and started up the track after it, but it kept gaining on him, and finally went from sight around the bend. Stub mopped his forehead. "VVhew!" he ejaculated. "VVh-what a race!" He returned to Pete, who was lazily surveying the country, and brought him the promised tobacco. Pete departed with a grin. Stub was again left to his own resources, with twenty-seven minutes in which to cover the fifteen miles separating him and "It looks rather one- sided. Father Time is going to beat me to it, I'm afraid," thought Stub. He laughed weakly. He finally decided to start off on foot in the general direction of Better late than never. "I'll be mighty late, though," soliloquized Stub. "Fifteen miles! Whew !" .As he was crossing a pasture, he heard a buzzing noise above him. He looked up, and saw an aeroplane about to land in the pasture. He quickly be- took himself to the fence and watched it. While gazing at it intently, he put his hand into his pocket. He pulled something crinkly out. It was a ten dollar bill. "l wonder if I could get a fifteen-mile aeroplane ride for that," he mused. As the aviator got out, Stub approached him. He was a tow-headed, freckled- faced lad of about seventeen years. Stub's spirits rose. VVhen Stub had given him the circumstances, the boy grinned cheerfully. "You bet your life I'll give you a ride, and I don't want any ten dollar bill either. I used to play on the ll- football team myself. I'll have you in J-- by 3:05 o'clock. Come along." Stub felt like a romantic hero as he limbed into the cockpit. He was certainly getting a lot of thrills. The trip was very short, for they made good time. True to his word, the boy landed Stub at ,I-- at 3:05 o'clock. After thanking him warmly, Stub set out on a run for the football field. The F- team had been arguing about what to do ever since Stub was left at F--. They had come to no decision, but were still talking, more ex- citedly and vehemently than before. You can imagine the kind of welcome Stub received when he appeared on the field. After the game, too, Stub was the center of attraction, for he played no small part in giving j-- the defeat they received. ESTHER I-IAIGHT 57 ' . OGEER Q ll Joyce Finds A Way' Joyce Mannering walked slowly home from school. The fire of re- bellion was burning in her heart. She did so want to go with the girls. But she knew that her father would say, "I am sorry, Joyce, but I just can't afford it." "I don't see why I always have to skimp and save, and never have any fun", she stormed. As an accompaniment to her thoughts, there came a clatter, a cry and then, "Joyce, don't you know any better than to knock my leg from under me? You know I can't stand up without it." Little lame Jimmy spoke in a bantering voice. Of all the girls, Joyce was his favorite, because she lived up to her name so well. But Joyce, a Joyce he had never known, frowned and answered crossly, "Keep your old crutch out of the way, then. I can't always be watching out for you." At these cruel words, poor little Jimmy's lips quivered and tears came into his eyes. Joyce, filled with remorse, picked up the little fellow's crutch and then walked along beside him. After a few minutes of silence Jimmy spoke. "YNhat's the matter, Joyce? Can't you tell a fellow? You know I won't tell. Why I can keep a secret 'most as long as anybody." "Well, you see it's this way, Jims," Joyce said tat length. "Mijas Howell is taking six of the girls on a camping trip in the mountains. She asked me to go along. Oh, I do so want to go. You can't imagine how badly I want to go, Jimmy." "Oh, can't I though? Haven't I always wanted to go to the country? All I ever see is buildings and then more buildings. But say, Joyce, why don't you go?" "Why, Jimmy McDowell, you know very well I can't. You know as well as I do that father can't spare the money. Why, it'd cost almost ten dol- lars. I wish that old college would pay daddy more. They know he ought to have it." Again a frown covered Joyce's face. "I'd earn the money myself if I had two legs." With these parting words Jimmy turned and hobbled home. Joyce went on, pondering over t.he words of Jimmy. It seemed as though he had said, "Earn it yourself. Earn it yourself!" But how? That was the question. Suddenly she stopped. For a moment she stood undecided. Then, half to herself and half to the sparrow perched on the curb, she said, "I'm no weakiing! I'll do or die." She ran back to the schoolhouse. Vvlhen she arrived there, she was breathless and hot. 58 OUEERRQEPH5 Il She burst into the office of Miss Pichard, who had the title of the "crossest" teacher in the school. The teacher stared at her over her gold- rimmed spectacles. Then, in a cold, icy, almost freezing tone she asked, "Well, what can I do for you?" Joyce was nervous. There' was no question about that. But she man- aged to say, "I heard that you wished to hire a girl to help you correct papers." Miss I'ichard's steely eyes were upon her, boring through and through her. At least, it seemed so to Joyce. "Well, what of it ?" she asked impatiently. "I-I thought perhaps I might do," stammered Joyce. Miss Pichard was surprised. To have Joyce, the daughter of a prominent college professor, ask for a position was astounding. She had expected some studious, poor girl to apply. VVhat did Joyce want with extra money? Joyce's father had all she needed. QMiss Pichard did not know that Joyce's father was keeping three boys in college.J VVell, she would find out before she gave her the position. "Do you mind telling me what you intend to do with the money? Some- thing foolish, I fancy." This was rather a shock to Joyce. She had not expected to have to tell what she wanted the money for. But she told the teacher of the proposed camping trip, and of her great desire to go. Needless to say, Miss Pichard hired her. The next three weeks before the close of school, found Joyce correcting papers. All her spare time was spent in the teacher's office. But at the end of the three weeks, she had her camping money and more besides. The last day of school came. On her way home from school Joyce met Jimmy. "Where you been all this time, Joyce? NVhy, I l1aven't seen you for 'most three weeks." Joyce did not take time to answer this question. "I'm going, Jimmy! I'm going camping!" she cried, Hand I earned the money all myself!" "VVell," replied Jimmy, "one of those old history men said, 'God helps them who help themselves,' and I guess he knew what he was talking about. I'm going to the country, too." Esther Morris 59 V fx A OGEERWHQM' 60 OGEERRfAHff2mll P 2' V LE7. H23 H2 61 CGFERWHQHII I 62 ooEERR5sri -is? V Football Squad 1923 Frank C. Bray . . . .... Superintendent Ray F. Beach ...... .... ......... C o ach Lyman J. Jeffords. . .......... ..... M anager Ivan Jones........ Douglas Roethel .... . Arthur McNitt .... Abe Weinberg .... John Carney .... Willis Wilson. . . Dewey Wilson ..... Otto Edwards ...... George Rickerman. . Clarence Buending. Gerhardt Schultz . . . Denzil Wheeler .... Lyle Sund ....... Wesley Heinze ..... Frederick Dornbush . Arnim Luedtke ..... Austin Cornish . . . Ilo Gross ..... Harry Florin . . . . . . .Right Half fCaptainJ Full Back Q Quarter Back Captain-electl . . . .Left Half . . . .Left Half . . . .Left Half .Quarter Back .Center Center . . . Right Guard . .Left Guard . .Left Guard . .Left Tackle . . . Right Tackle . . . Right End ..Left End ....Left End ......End .......End Robert Hibbard .... . . .Backfield Bernard Machgan. . .... Sub titute Sidney Lein ...... . . . Substitute John Eales ....... .... S ubstitute Howard Guetzlaif .............................. ........ S ubstitute With the opening of school, the prospects for a football team for Fort At- kinson were not so bright as they had been the two previous years. But with Captain Jones, Douglas Roethel, VVesley Heinze, and Arthur McNitt, veterans of last year, there was much available material which gave promise of a strong team. When the season closed, Fort Atkinson had won four games and lost four, scoring 85 points to their opponents' 69, a record to be proud of considering the number of inexperienced men. Though the team will lose six men, next year's team, with Arthur McNitt as leader, ought to be a strong aggregation. 63 m e J laser-T V CGEER af MII Football Games MILTON COLLEGE 0-FORT 6 The Milton College second team came here Friday, September ZS. The whistle blew and we had our choice of goals. Vlfe kicked off to them. The first quarter ended with neither side scoring. The first half ended with a touch- down in our favor. Our boys were outweighed by the Milton fellows, but played a clean, hard game. NVith Douglas Roethel as our savior, the game ended O to 6. MADISON 19-FORT 0 On Saturday, October 6, the Fort High warriors played their first game with Madison East Side High. The players of Madison were experienced and heavy, while our team was lacking three regulars-Captain jones, McNitt, and Gebhardt. The Fort players at first made things look gloomy for the East Side athletes, but in the last three quarters Madison sailed the ball about in the air and steady gains resulted. Fort tried several passes during the game, but our boys were "not there" this time. Madison succeeded in making three touchdowns before the final whistle. Captain Halverson, a star player for Madison, made a point after the touchdowns. The game ended with 19 points in favor of Madison. FORT 6-JFFFERSON 7 On Saturday, October 13, Fort met Jefferson on the jefferson field. The teams were very evenly matched, as the score showed. Fort scored first when jefferson fumbled the ball and Heinze iecovered it for a touchdown. The goal was not kicked, however. Jefferson came back strong and swept down the field with her passes and crossed Fort's goal line. Goal was kicked, and the game ended with the score 7 to 6 in Jefferson's favor. EDGERTON 19-FORT 0 On Saturday, October 20, the Edgerton High School athletes came over to Fort's gridiron, and left with a victory. Edgerton, having an experienced team and outweighing our players, succeeded in carrying the ball across the mark for three touchdowns. Their sturdy players held their own and prevented their opponents taking a walk away. The visitors made their gains by clever plays and true pass work. The F. H. S. gridders were forced to leave the field defeated. Nevertheless, much is gained by defeat, and F. H. S. has a team which will profit by it. 64 fl 4 ii V OGEEReedfeF1Il MILTON UNION 6-FORT 12 On Friday, October 26, Fort went to Milton with hip boots anil rain coats. The ground was very wet, which was not favorable to either side. Milton had her choice of goals. During the first quarter, Milton made a touchdown and failed to kick. The second quarter started with the score 6 to 0 in favor of our opponentsg Fort made a touchdown and the first half ended 6 to 6. The third quarter ended with another touchdown added to our six points, making the score 12 to 6. A punt was blocked at center on Milton's live-yard line and a Fort man slid over the scoring point. Fort failed to kick goal each time. The fourth quarter ended the same as the third, the final score remaining 12 to 6. This game showed the real fight in the F. H. S. players. JEFFERSON 13-FORT 7 On November 3, Jefferson came to Fort Atkinson determined again to take our scalp, but Fort was equally determined that she should not. The re- sult was a close game. As in their first meeting, Fort was first to score when Roethel intercepted a jefferson pass and ran for a touchdown. Jefferson came back and scored a touchdown, but failed to kick goal and the first half ended with the score in Fort's favor. In the second half Jefferson opened up with her passes and carried the ball down the field for an easy touchdown. She kicked goal and the score remained 13 to 7, with Jefferson holding down the long end. BEAVER DAM 6-FORT 21 November 7, Beaver Dam came here confident of winning over our war- riors. Their pride, however, was soon shaken when they saw what they were to play against. The Beaver team outweighed us, but our motto was "the bigger they are, the harder they fall." The Beavers got their touchdown first when through a series of end runs from the twenty-yard line, they were able to put the ball over the line. This awakened the Fort players and they soon put the ball over three times by long passes. The game ended 21 to 6 in the iighting team's favor. 65 'X 44 V OGEERresfaa41l . FORT 33-WHITEWATER 0 On Turkey day, the F. H. S. football players showed football fans that they knew the game. Despite the wet, slippery field, the Fort backfieldmen tore through the scrappy Whitewater eleven for five touchdowns. The Whitewater team put up a stiff fight, often making good gains against our strong line, but the great work done by Roethel, Dornbush, and every one of the players gave us the honor for the day. Winning the final game of the season binds the strong spirit of F. H. S. in athletics still more securely, it leaves with uls bright hopes for future teams. The game played here on Turkey day with VVhitewater H. S. closed the football season for 1923. Although the record of the year does not equal that of 1922, it is one of which we may feel proud. The schedule for the year in- cluded strong opponents, Fort coming out of the series of battles with four victories and four defeats. Twelve experienced players will leave the schoolg however, there is plenty of good material left and much more to be obtained, and the team of 1924 promises to be as strong as its predecessor. FOOTBALL BANQUET The 1923 football banquet, given by the Domestic Science Department, was held at the High School. Thirty-two players and officials attended. Mr. Jeffords acted as toastmaster, and the following were called upon to give toasts: Mr. Bray, Mr. Beach, Mr. Vosburg, Wesley Heinze, Douglas Roethel, Arthur McNitt, and Ivan jones. At the close of the banquet, Arthur McNitt was elected captain of the 1924 team. Emblems were awarded to Captain Ivan jones, Arthur McNitt, Douglas Roethel, Wesley Heinze, Lyle Sund, Denzil Wheeler, George Rickerman, Clarence Buending, Fred Dornbush, and Gerhardt Schultz. 66 V ?f10GEERRMffQf4ll 67 OGEERwf fQ4II V 5 , , , -W - ..- .,- ,,.,....- W 4 f 'X w C if V GGEEREEFIYQ5 Il Basketball THE TEAM Heinze .... .............. .... L e ft, Forward Dahms ..... ...... F orward Hibbard .... ..... F orward Wilson .... Right Forward Smith ...... .Right Guard Edwards .... ........ C enter Weinberg ..... . . .Left Guard Jones ........ ...... G uard Buending ..... . . . Forward Habenicht .... .... C enter McNitt ..... ....... G uard Su'nd ......... Hlnkel ......... L. J. Jetford-s ..... Ray Beach . . . . .Left Guard ........Guard . . . .Manager The basket ball season this year started out with the interclass tourna- ment. After this the regular practice began. Because of its inexperienced play- ers, the team was rather handicapped. There were only two of last year's men on the squad. Although the boys did not win a very large number of games, the old Fort spirit was shown at all times, and the boys and their coach de- serve much credit for their efforts. "F's" were awarded to the following: Willis Wilson, Wesley Heinze, Cecil Smith, Otto Edwards, and Lyle Sund. VVesley Heinze was elected captain of next yea1"s team and with three ex- perienced fellows, besides other promising material, the prospects for next year's team look good. JOHNSON CREEK 15-FORT 9 Fort played her first game of basketball here, with Johnson Creek, january 9. The game was clean and snappy, the Johnson Creek players show- ing' fine ability at handling the ball. The F. H. S. players did their share to make the game exciting, however, new men and inaccuracy at shooting baskets left them behind. The first half ended 9-2 in johnson Creek's favor. The Fort players came back strong in the second half, scoring seven points to their op- ponents six. But seven extra points did not put them in the lead, and Johnson Creek held the victory banner- FORT 29-CAMBRIDGE 16 On Friday evening, .Tanuary ll, Fort met Cambridge on the latter's Hoor, in their second basketball game of the season. Cambridge was outclassed from the start but, nevertheless, they put up a good iight and the game was more exciting than the score indicates, viz., 29-16 with the Fort cagers on the long end. 69 V' ll WHITEWATER 28-FORT 8 On January 18, the basketball team of Whitewater visited our floor, carry- ing oft a victory after a stiff fight. Our players lost mainly because of the large number of easy shots which went wild. The Fort quintet took the lead during the first part of the game, but in the second half Vifhitewater found the basket, and a series of well placed tosses soon changed the lead. As the final whistle blew, VVhitewater led by five hard earned points. JEFFERON 13-FORT s At Jefferson Friday, january 25, Fort lost to her old rival by a score of 13 to 8. Four free throws in the second half put jefferson in the leadg the first half ended with Jefferson leading 7 to 6. Only two held goals were registered in the third and fourth quarters, each team getting one. Although the Fort players did some real preforming, vleiterson led by five points when the game ended. Not one foul was called on Jefferson. MILTON UNION 12-FORT 20 On January 26, th Milton High School basketball team met the Fort H. S. basketball team at the High School gymnasium. The Fort players were in good form, playing a clean, fast game. At the very outset of the game the Fort High School quintet took the lead, the visitors never heading them. The Mil- ton players exhibited some hne passes, but lost out in caging the ball. STOUGHTON 21-FORT 15 Friday, February 1, Fort met the strong Stoughton team on the home floor. Fort played a fine brand of basketball up to the fourth quarter, holding Stoughton down to a 13-8 score. In the fourth quarter the tables were turned and the Stoughton cagers dropped in enough baskets to win by a 21-15 score. The score by quarters is as follows: 1 2 3 4 Total Stoughton ....... ..... 2 4 2 13 21 Fort Atkinson .... . . . ..... 6 5 2 2 15 70 f u FFF A if 0GfEResfHE5f4ll CAMBRIDGE 16-FORT 15 On Friday evening, February 8, the Cambridge basketeers came to Fort seeking revenge for the defeat we gave them a month ago. The game was fast and snappy. Fort led in the first half, but Cambridge came back with a good eye for the basket and piled up enough points to claim the better half of a 16- 15 score. MILTON 41-FORT 6 NVhen the Fort Atkinson basketball team went to Milton Saturday, Feb- ruary 23, they found an entirely different team to face from that in the previous Milton-Fort game played here- Due to the character of the gymnasium, and playing against a flashy, well trained team, the Fort team suffered defeat. Our players tried long shots at first, but the ball was usually obstructed when the arch was made. Close guarding on the part of the Milton players kept the Fort players from making short shots. As the final whistle blew, Milton Union held an easily won victory, leading by 35 points. JEFFERSON 14-FORT 16 On Friday evening, February 29, the Jefferson eagers came to Fort with high hopes of giving her another defeat, thereby making it four straight. Fort was equally determined that she should not, so the result was a close game. Both teams were in excellent form and the Fort boys played their best game of the season. It was anybody's game to the end. The final score being lo-14 with our boys on the long end. A large crowd witnessed the contest and they received plenty of thrills. The game was clean and fast and was featured with spectacular shots by Capt. VVilson and Heinze. WHITEWATER 22-FORT 17 The Fort High School basketeers ended the season at Whitewater March 4, by losing to Whitewater High 28-8. The game was much closer than the score indicates and considering all, it was a well played game. The Fort play- ers were seriously handicapped, because of the large court, on which the play- ing was done. The Vlfhitewater players showed fine judgment when it came to dropping the ball in the basket- They, being used to the floor, found it easy to play upon, and took the victory. 71 ,fm fHOGEERRmi924U nv 72 0GEeR1efr1rfQHII Tennis During the last few years tennis has become one of the most popular of the high school activities in Fort Atkinson. The association has a membership of about eighty-one students. The officers are: George Sherman, Presidentg Wesley Heinze, Vice-president: Russell Rheineck, Secretary and Treasurer. As the Tchogeerrah goes to press, there are being constructed two new courts which with the old one, which is being made over, gives us very good courts with which to carry on a very successful year in tennis. The plans are being made for boys and girls singles and doubles tournaments. Track ...gf- During the 1923-Z4 school year, a new field of athletics has been taken up. Fort Atkinson has not been represented in track work since 1909. This year she will participate in the Rock River Valley Conference meet which will be held May 16. As this book goes to press before that date, no results can be given. Several dual meets will be held during the season with nearby schools. The Fort Atkinson High School has plenty of excellent material, out of which a Hrst-class track team may be selected. The students are taking a strong in- terest in the track work, and with steady practice and excellent coaching, pros- pects for a successful season are very favorable. :X 73 . f -H e -fi .fd Books from our "Cozy Corner" Little VVomen-by Eunice Rheineck Freckles-by Olive Kutz Little Men-by Victor Stroebel Eight Cousins-by Arena Klement A Very Naughty Girl-by Meta Bacon The Man VVho Knew Too Much-by Arnim My Fair Lady-by Arthur Kiesling The Vehement Flame--by Victor Habenicht The Cinder Buggy-by George Sherman Faint Perfume-by Helen Hoard The Squire's Daughter-by Ruth Morris In the Sweet Dry and Dry--by VVillian1 Knilans The Woinan Hater--by Laurel Kutz Many Inventions-by Robert Glover Luedtke The Music Master-by Professor Wesley' Paderewski VVetzel The Foreingner-by joseph llrovenzano Worrying Won't Wfin-by Otto Edwards The Sisters-in-law-by Margaret Bergman and Dorothy jaehnk Mince Pie-by George Drewsen Man Nobody Knew-by Virgil Gilbert For the Good of the Team-by VVesley Heinze The Girl of the Limberlost--by Lorraine Hake The Honorable Miss-by Irene Sievert Winners of Contests Biggest Blulfer. . . ..... 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'L' 1 W .QI ,' - ,- I -'Q-I-" 1'ffx1 fs f1U'4".-'94 - ': 31,73 iff - -e-5:-5' , 1, 5' .- yr.-i.',:L.,',' J, A- ., H 1 A-,Q '1.3'e. l"-Qkf. 4 i-,:fq.:2'- . V, 2' ' - - . f.. . 1, sw. M' fi V W . A- - I'.lWneks 1 s,,. .. g,.,.',.LmKmy. H .Ax . ,, :,,,3 .. - - 'r.-.- I - Sl2l"l'l?lX'lBliR Sept. 4 Hliirst day of school4a lmody of 308 students showing the same spirit and headed hy a strong faculty gives a perfect atmosphere for making this school year a great success. Sept. 5-Getting acquainted is noticeable. Football boys go out for practice. Sept- 6-Senior Class meeting. Officers are Russell Rheineck, president. Ray Lee, vice-president and lrene Sievert, secretary and treasurer. Sept. 7-End of first week. A Junior remarks: "Hurrah! Only a few weeks left." Sept. 10 -Rainy day, today's reports are delayed. Sept. 11-Mr. Beach, our great astronomer, gives us an account of the visilmle eclipse of the sun which all the students Witness this afternoon. Sept. 12 -Senior Class pins and rings all the gossip. Yes, the agent has arrived. And of course the Class of 1924 chooses the hest in the assortment. Sept. 13-Jefferson County Fair. Cold weather makes "Hot Dog" the lligh School Specialty. Sept. 14-Alfred Schultz is asked to park his gum outside the door of room 17 one of Mr. R. 13each's Physics principles. 75 Osssseefiill Sept 17 -Physics test begins a gala week for some of us. Sept. 18-Our boys are getting ready for that first game, Sept 27- Sept. 19-Music makes the heart feel lighter. Music period. Sept. 20 -Annual staff appointed. Sept. 21 -Old times: Lester Daugs and Harlow Klement visit school. Sept 24 -Mr. Bray called to Eau Claire. Mr. Ieffords supervises work of school- A Sept 25 -just a few more fellows needed to line up that football held. Sept 26-Who are our cheer leaders? Ah! Catherine Nettesheim and George Wilson. Sept. 27 -Many good salesmen are out with football tickets, but leave it to the women like Beulah Gillard. Sept. 28 -Forts on top. Milton O, Fort 6. Oct. Oct- calendar. Oct. class pin s and rings? Treasurer's notic- es are becoming tiresome. Oct. the Annual Staff appointed. Oct. 5 -First m a s s m e e t i n g. Nothing seems to be lacking. Oct. son 19, Fort 0. Boys, there's defeat in every game of life. This is but one. Oct. OCTOBER 1 -Mr. Bray is with us again. 2 -VVanted: News for our 3-Where's the cash for the 4-Remaining committees of o --Fort meets defeat- Madi- S-lVlr. Bingham comes to school today with a broad smile on his face. NVQ know why. Oct. 9-Fire prevention day has arrived- The student body is entertained by the Senior English Class, four of whom read essays on hre prevention. Oct. 10-Seniors! You are ordered to pay for your rings at once. Oct. ll -Betty Rurchard gives us a sketch of the "Cricket on the Hearthf' 76 iv f O O ii W' OGE5Rf5AHfHi'9T1ll Oct. 12-"Cricket on the Hearth" tonight. Come on, Fort, let's go! Mr- Ezekiel speaks to us about the Wonderful Work of the Childrcn's Home Society. Oct. 13-The girls of the High School conduct a drive for a school to be built in Milwaukee to teach the adult blind a trade. Sniff! Sniff! Our old rival, Jelterson, beats us by a score of 7 to 6. Oct. 15 -Re mort cards! and thev brin r so manv "lowl "' expressions. l . in . Oct. 16-Mr. Bray gives us good advice as to which is the proper way to Study. VVC hope it has "sunk inf, Oct. 17-juniors and Seniors organize a French club which is to meet every third VVednesday. Oct. 18-The boys interested i11 the Athletic Association meet and organ- ize under the supervision of Mr. jetTords. Officers are Arthur lVlcNitt, president, john Carney, vice-president, Russell Rheineck, secretary and treasurer. Oct. 19-Mr. Bingham and seven of his boys who take Agriculture go to Watertown. Oct. Z0 -Fort meets defeat. Edgerton 19, Fort O. "Defeat is the smallest part of the game." Don't be discouraged. Oct. 22 -The boys are getting enthusiastic over the debate question. Oct. 23 -Freshman topic of the day, "Green Gossip." Oct. 24 -Franklin says, "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise." School starts at eight o'clock, Friday. Oct. 25 -Girls interested in forming a Home Economic Club meet with Mrs. Krebs and Miss Knilans. Oct. 26- Fort wins victory over Milton Union School, Fort 12, Union 6. Oct. 29 -Robert Glover gives a brief sketch of the story "Prince and Pamper." Oct. 30 -Mr. Maclnnes of jefferson gives us a line talk on the benefits of a high school education. Oct. 31 -Wanted: The address of the man who invented Hallowe'en. There will be a reward for the same if every one does not act his best to-night. 77 Q- 1 o S NET 44" ,Y E 'Vi -l E U H -E-I NOVEMBER Nov. 2,-.X peppv mass meeting. Mr. Beach gives encouragement. Nov. 3,-Defeated: jefferson 12, Fort .Xtkinson 7. 1 Nov. 5.-The s c h o ol welcomes A back Meta Bacon and Helen Bray who have been on the sick list. Ruth Simon- -5334 . . fa-. -A . A-A 70- . son, from Cambridge, increases the en- 1?Lf-if5+"4g ff ' f V' 3, rollment to 310. K' T-4-if' in '- .if - . eq. r 4 C ,JH lXov. 6,-Scared! An unexpected .Ql,'B,,7,' ,ff-'f"'l'e . Y , fire drill. More speed wanted, girls. 1 , Nov. 7,-Miss Spry's pupils en- "l4g"QaQtlll5'1 F Q 1 c joyed tests during her absence this af- 'mVf4lKYA-122 433: tern: von. KNEE?-E Nov. 8,-Teachers' Convention. Many students are smiling. Nov. 12,-Back on the old grind. Mr. Reetz gave an interesting talk on Armistice Day. Nov. 13,-VN here's all that rush? Down to the Domestic Science room for a hot lunch. Nov. 14,-The French Club has its regular meeting. Boys are aware of good eats. Nov. 15,-The Senior Cicero and Caesar Club is organized. Nov. 16,-A football game on Thanksgiving Day gratilies many students' desire. Nov. 19,-This is Education VVeek. lui r. Rogers gives an interesting discussion on the high cost of an educa- tion. Nov. 20,-Mr. Stengel gives a talk on l'atriotism. Nov. 21,-"Courtesy to others is an asset to successf, Let us heed Mr. G1over's talk. Nov. 22,-Mr. Brownian of the State Health department speaks to us on Health. Nov. 23,-Fort has a mighty fine library, so let us use it. Mrs. Short gives us some very fine library hints. Nov. 26,-James Merrill, one of our old schoolmates, pays us a visit. 78 'SEER 4ll oGEER1f5xr-LfiQ71ll VN V? a fy .ff f A Nov. 28,-Tests to finish up this six-weeks' period are spoiling many of the students' appetites. Nov. 29,-Turkey Day Game. XVhitewatcr O, Fort 33. DECEMBER Dec. 3,-Report cards. Many carry a tragic look. l Dee. 4,-Many of our teachers be- V' come acquainted with clever salesmen. A 5 ff Dec. 5,-French Club holds regu- Vi la r meetin . It w H I, 1 g Q ' -A U- Q 'Gif -3 ' Dec. b,-Debate tryout. Eight I . , , -K-,1:fQjQi,a,,jt'Qf4f3flifiQ: X boys chosen to re resent the team. im' mt.: army f- , ' P 'ffll s q Prospects in this field look very good. 1' i..4'.Q4U, ff Dec. 7,-First party of the year is f '1.,x Tl. ...ri ' given by the Freshmen. s.3 .,- ..-s .f . 4" C S 5 3 I 1, nec. 10,-only 10 school days bc- f A , f -. in 7 fore Xmas. Hard work wanted from if li is the student body. Dec. 12,--Sassy Susans and Spark Plugs are engaged in a great sales cam- paign. Dec. 13,-Football boys are given a banquet. Ask the boys if it was good. 61110871 are awarded to ten boys. Dec. 14,-Cardigan, a Revolutionary VVar picture, shown at the High School. Dec. 17,-Chairmen of the Annual Staff hold a meeting. More work from the stan' wanted. Dec. 18,-Students are urged to make out their programs for the next semester. Dec. 19,-Today ends the race of the Sassy Susans and the Spark Plugs. The Sparkies win. Dec. 20,-College students are back and many pay their old High School a visit. Dec. 21,-All are engaged in reading the Christmas issue of the Green Gossip. Much credit must be given to the Freshmen. Vacation-Hurrah! VVho's Sorry Now? 79 my 1 QGEERTWLV ei V -Nil JANUA RY jan. Z-School starts this morn- ing and puts a spirit in every heart to accomplish the things which we failed X f to succeed in last year. ' . Jan. 3 -Ardys Hake sells the most Q , ' of, subscriptions and reeeives a girl's X ".. . ,,,, - f . 7151 JA Conklin fountain pen. Harold Roessler , NA 'I N- ,Q sells most for the boys a11d also re- ff Y V ' ceives a fountain pen. Eversharp pen- ! - Sis!-Care given to those who sold 3 or J 0 v'15gig!',c6M vlan. 4-Has the Annual your ,NB QQOD llii:-2215127 snapshot? It's wanted every Tuesday KIEDQ D4 morning. Jan. 7-Why linger and put it olgf when it needs to be done sooner or later? Every report card must be in Fri- day. jan. 9 -Our hearts now turn towards another Held. Basketball. Come on, boys let's go. Johnson Creek 15, Fort 9. jan. 10-The Headless Horseman, a movie of Vllashington Irving's "Leg- end of Sleepy Hollow." Seniors hold a class meeting. Jan. ll -Nine "rahs" for the team. Cambridge 16, Fort 29. -lan. 1-I-Exams, exams, a word that is on the lips of every student. Ian. 15 -Exemption lists posted. VVhat a rush! Miss Spry finds it neces- sary to guard her door to save someone from clashing through it. Jan. 16-17-18 -Final examinations. Jan. 21 -All seem to have recovered from the siege of examinations. Thirty sub-freshmen increase our enrollment. Beginning this semester, all who are guilty of the following motto are obliged to cast it aside: "I give as little as I can and get as much as possible." Ian. 22 -A Senior class meeting. Pay for your Green Gossip on time. Reading such a list of names must surely have a bad effect upon Jeff's voice. Jan. 23 -The majority of the girls have their hair curled. NVe'll "Leave it to Gloria." 80 CGEERRQAEHF Q ll Jan. 24 h1Vlr. jehfords gives the following sound conclusion to his history pupils: "From my experience as a clerk on Saturday 1've been convinced that women are harder to please than men." an. 25 -.Xll en'oved the mass meeting. Mr. l3in0'ham's drama of 3 acts, . ZH IN showing the basketball game with Jefferson reproduced, was very well played. Much better shown than the real warriors did. jefferson 13, Fort 8. with Miss Smith in room 19. Feb. 1-VVe have some very line male voices. l-lere is hoping we hear them again giving us some fine selec- tion such as, "Last Night on the Back Feb. 4-Stormy weather. XYhcn lights Hiclcer off and on, Mr. Bray ad- vocates closing the eyes to become ac- customed to the darkness. Feb. 5 -XVhat's the matter with Mr. I3ray's eye? The Rinky Dinks must Feb. 6-Too many failures. NVe Jan. 26 -On top once more. Milton 12, Fort 20. Jan. 28 -Debate boys are working hard on their speeches. jan. 29-1t's a favsirite,-"Coming for to Carry Me llomef' Jan. 31 -Annual staff heads meet FEBRUARY V - "V, 1 - , 3 l,U1'Cl'l.,, f.. ,Fix-t. , . .Q - f X - 5 f . . K f 1 1 1 n " .Q M. . Lil , icpfiiirj-rf Q l 5 7 lt ' i. Xl f be growing furious. - M--- , Vi' preliminary debate at the junior High wonder if less hair primping and pow- dering would serve as a prevention. Feb. 8-Our debate boys give a School. It is heartily received. Feb. 11-The various classes meet with their presidents to discuss the purchase of debate tickets. Feb. 12-l.incoln's birthday. A program is given in his honor. Feb. 13-Mass meeting. Debate boys give us an account of what they are going to do to put Fort on top. Feb. 14-Mr. Vincent, Jefferson High School teacher, gives a valuable talk on, "The important steps in choosing an occupation." 81 OGEERHWHQHII Feb. 15,-Rah-rah! No school. Teacheris meeting at Madison. Feb. 18,-Wesley' VVetzel, john Eales, and Herbert VVisch report on their trip to Janesville and tell a few of their encounters there. Feb. 19,-Seventy students are out for tennis. They choose for president, George Sherman, vice-president, W'esley Heinze, secretary and treasurer, Rus- sell Rheineek. Feb. 21,-Have you been so fortunate as to have had a ride in the "Ade- line ?" Feb. 22,-A George Washington program is given by the English depart- ment. It plainly proves that F. H. S. has many talented students. Feb. 25,-Seniors have meeting to discuss class play. Feb. 26,-Carnival is the word. Are you doing your part? Feb. 27,-Students and faculty enjoy a Schubert program. Feb. 28,-The Freshmen of last semester leave a green reminder of their greener day in the shape of a fern. Feb. 29,-The VVorld's Noted Trio make a Wager against the basketball players. The boys not only gain victory over Jefferson by two points, but also victory over Mr. Bray, George Sherman and Wesley NVetze1. MARCH Mar. 3,-The student body and -K faculty enjoy a vocal duet by George , -fi y , Sherman and Mr. Frank Bray. The :f n - l 2 melodious tones which VVesley Wetzel A, E W -X p f' ' brought forth from the notes of "Sweet -fp T WJ ' Apple Time", added much to the vocal ,?4,..?-Q., ll a number. VVe hope we shall hear the N, il "VVorld's Noted Trio" again in the near f':E',-4 ' -- .V I" I-'Tk' future. .. -- .ff li Mar. 4,-It is noticeable that many l 'hifi students approach the teachers with f.. 3 p 24" their report cards. Mr. Bray states that 5 lf -g i l fl it does not pay to argue with the um- T j pife. Mar. 5,-Students are dismissed at 3 :OO olclock in order that they may see the movie, "Robin Hood." 82 h e C V OGEERREBEP-Eff ll Mar. 10-Preparations are being made for the carnival. The reading of the names of all students who are going to represent "The Country Cousins" arouses our interest. Mar. ll -All welcome the fifteen minute study period. Mar. l2--Again we are victorious in debate, Fort winning from Lodi and VVaupun. Mar. 14-Miss Knilans gives the assignment to her l'hysiology class by saying, "Tomorrow we will take alcohol." NVhy, Miss Knilansl Mar. 17-Brilliant seniors wear green ribbons in honor of St. Patrick. Mar. 18-1'reliminaries for the girls' declamatory contest of Freshmen and Sophomores is held. The fortunate are Evelyn Homan, Gavena Vickery, Ethel Kranz and Miriam Dexheimer. Miss Peterson, a representative of the Jell-o Company, gives an interesting demonstration on the preparation of Iell-o. Mar. 19-Mr. Jettords reads an article from "Good Housekeeping". We wonder if it wasnit for the benefit of Miss Graves more than for the student body. XYe express our hearty congratulations to Mrs. Fiedler. Mar. 20 -S rin fever results in note throwers and talkative ersons P 8 P 1 bringing on three expulsions. Mar. Z1 -The night of the Carnival arrives and what an enjoyable time everyone has, which explains its great success. Mar. 24 -Mr. VV. Kiesling and Mr. F. Muck, students of Lawrence Col- lege, speak to us on the advantage of going to a small college. Mar. 25-The junior-Sienior girls' declamatory contest is held. The fol- lowing are chosen, Irene Sievert, Arvilla Boese, Lucille Durant, and Beatrice Neumann. Mar. 26 -Seniors approach Mr. Bray and hurl out their ranks for their four years' work. Mar. Z7 -Many of the students attend the matinee, "XVisconsin in Action," 83 hvj A C CHOCEE . - 4ll A PRN- April l-Many Seniors are aware of its being "April Fool Day". April 2 -Jerome Hake plays "Dan Cupid." April 3 --XY'hether to bob or not to bob nowadays is the question. April 4-Ten Seniors are selected for this year's Class play. April 7--The hy-words are the de- clamatory, and oratorical contests to be held April l0 and ll. There are many scowls and worries whether the pieces will he mastered. April 8-The Milton College Glee Club is well attended, regardless of the April showers. ."' - 4 . V 7 ff'Q ff Hlllf' .gil N 1'-A N' 7 lm . :ug I ,A f :' WA BN' .-l l -" C f y',i5,! Q5 ' ff: ea i, - .- Cgg. 'A ff' -. fri. A ' .J'33., +?' 1 Y...-av, , K- . . 52 i' 4 P4 4' I 4. .4-at P: e 3 ' I.. lg -'.L..- N " 'ii 1 N. :- is I I ? "H ar r ' 4: asf, ,..- ...E , . f f April 9 -The new tennis courts are under constructiong they will be ready for use immediately after vacation. April 10-NVillian1 Urban receives first place in the oratorical contest. April ll -Miriam Dexheimer wins first place in the declamatory contest. At last spring vacation is here. MAY-JUNE April 18 -Miss Grace Kelsey arrives to direct the class play. April 19-Eight students were held up and robbed, Saturday evening, April 19, 1924 at ll.OO o'clock at the intersection of XVhitewater Avenue and South Main Street. April 29 -League lleclamtory and Oratorical Contest at Edgerton. Sl ,eff Q MHQE ff ' ff- 5167! fkv' L N X. sg ll' , ' 4 if ' - . ' f wp, Q I .fem.-e-. sw'N dl ,,..-s X . W .' . 1 f is f, j,-2 ' !i lv "H , hi jr Q ,V fi M. A N, - , lg ' --'i -Ly. 45 ,WWA lx X , A x,.-3-,za 1 J A ,,., amy? ,M 'Qi ' 'Q- 6--- 4, "" ' ? lg "T.i.4 --F --Q3-sw' ' 84 May l-2 -Class Play. May 17-junior llrom. May 23 -Mr. Bray gives com- mencement address at Cuba, NViscon- qfiiq Sql iucugi paitzllpizaii .iuag 'JN 'urs school of that city twenty-eight years ago. May 30 --Decoration day. June 2-3-4 -Final examinations. June 5-Fifty-sixth Annual Com- mencement. June 6 -Alumni Banquet. n b ff, Qfx V GHOGEERRAJVLTISQ 4 5 'J fr Y - sn- 'V 'fn f 7 A , , h ' STUCHES uv HAH' Qgffvryf f I M512 ,- .- , ,Www ffffff M ,f't4?- ,Q "-. ,.a0f'Wf 11i Wf'--n., X ' ' I - ff -- fm.'.f5f4" , N . 'qylN"'l1'X'3"kv4',y Mn" U v , 1' 5 ,Q ' Q ' 7 Y ZL, N 3 1 Q ' ' ' F. f I fy! jffl ' V ff Ov P ?3NXK+Tf"'- V -fsfvkilxv X IWW VW ffm, ln 4354- f,bQ,y,,,',a ,G -3:3 x sixlwggil vi! NH :X fx fffx, ' V, -'fix L ,QJ 'Qvgrfxvf '01, if kx4',.'m,f, " .x LA! Wilf I Q :gif VMC' 3,6 X N,w!'bV'E- lxwfs' f 1,3 , 1,1.h5QQ5, 'v 56,13 F" kai, 'M ' wmlvfs- A 1, Q," 'f-:-1' W4 'al on 'Ln gjgrz N Q: 11- K .. U V fii A N5 I ' jf vvgssfilf if ml, if" 1 hm lx fm J' fffif Axxgyy 15.'fl7,5,fQQj i, ,:., 1, H 5.,K7gJfvi.j,: gif' M. ,, ,WAW . XX vw " 7-1 . fx-b LQ? ' j' 'ff "W Kf1QQ'g,,'!Yjm, L f fiwyk 1fWf,fq1EfN4l", fflff X AY, ff 'Hwy ff, 'Nvxmx "M"-fa! 'js W' 7wGsfx-.'ij,f1y' 9 If ' WN ' f ff L z f' 'f .U 5 Q RQ ,WH ,g,. In JW' 'yvfi 3:- :Ac'1'Vl2 ' M944 ' 1 - fd figi'ar 91 . ,ff .-,. ' 1 J I .. 4 I I 85 OGEEREATLTT5 H Our' F. H. S. Dictionary' -.. gg ... Absence-A state of vacancy caused by too late hours, midnight feasts, and over study. Alumni-A bunch of students who have done what We are attempting to do. Bluff- An effort of the student bddy to talk on something they know nothing about. Do it whenever you can. Case-A feeling toward something which Freshmen haven't for Algebra. Date-An enjoyable length of time spent by a boy and girl. Some people like them and some don't. It generally depends on who the other person is. Examination-A set of impossible questions presented to the students by a teacher. The only remedy is to bluff- Failure-A mark on your report card written in red ink. Most people like red better than blue anyway. Flunk-See failure. Freshman-A big mixture of greenness, inquisitivesness and gibberish- ness. Grades-A list of failures copied neatly on a card to be taken home. There is much embarrassment at this time. Honors-Rewards received by a few students for their hard labor. If someone refuses to speak to you, possibly it is because he has received one of these honors. lndolence-ldleness, or lack of work, on studies. lt has been stated that this sometimes causes red ink on report cards. Juniors-The smartest UD bunch in High School. There is nothing they refuse to attempt, nor anything that they attempt that they finish. Kicked Out-A term sometimes applied to those who talk in the halls. 'Latin-A two or four year course that is extremely painful. Music-A form of entertainment enjoyed by the assembly on certain mornings. This is sometimes mistaken for a cry of distress by those who are down stairs. Notes-Manuscripts passed from seat to seat when the teachers are not looking. 86 0GEResLee'f4ll Office-A small room where our principal conceals himself. lfle who has not been there before has something exciting coming. Permit-The most unnecessary thing ever invented. Always signed F. C. Bray. Our advice is not to enter a class room without one. Quiz-See Examination. Recitation-When a bluff, a faint noise, murmured under your breathg when certain, a distinct yell uttered by the pupil. Sophomore-A somewhat improved bunch of Freshmen. W'e don't im- agine it would be wise to tell them, however. Tardiness-Lateness caused by oversleep. Unprepared-A state of not being able to bluff. The result is usually ZCYO. Vanity-In vogue in the girls' locker room in front of the mirror. X-A letter that all Algebra is based on. Yelling-See music- Zero-The lowest mark teachers mav 'ive. Nevertheless sometimes , 9 they present you with more than one. A Cure For Freckles ...... The Port of Missing Men A Substitute for Arthur .... Found! QW..- How to Avoid Stuttering .... How to Reduce .......... A Sure Cure for Blues ..... A Book on Chewing Gum How "Abe" Curls His Hair Why I Don't Grow .................................. . . . . . . Lucille Klement Miss Grace Hessing .. . l.ucille Kuhnert . . .Robert Glover .. . l.ucille Hausz .. . Marjorie Eustis . . . . . .Miss Spry .. . . . Anonymous . . . . Genevieve Heth How to Make Seniors Use Originality in XVriting Physics Experiments ...... 87 WGWERMHQII 88 ?H0GTE5REMHQll , , I, Q D iF'or1'otr Ph Kecaafrns G-J A ggixbiglglegv-621.5 Erika- OLD',jL JQTT a'YNT r XS -LXQX 5, 0 ,:. ffm' ll-4 ull -W r-ls a -'fr 11:5 ' f Popular' Songs ...gg-. Selection Sung By That Rcd Head hal ................... lt's Nice To Get Up in The Morning ... Hood Night, Ladies ................. Rock Me to Sleep, Mother .......... VVhen Frances Dances VVith Me .... Oh! Cupid! ..................... My l.ife Is l.ike the Summer Rose ., XYhen Shall XYe ',l'hree Meet .Xgain .. My Buddy ....................... Sweet Adeline ........ -- ........... - ......... . Forty-nine Bottles CMillc Bottlesj .............. Oh! Where, Oh! VVhere Has My Little Dog Clone . l'eardon Schlei Eugene Stearns ..... Lyle Suncl George Urewson john Ealcs . Beulah Gillarcl .... XN'esley H einze Marion Liums Virginia Hake Pauline Michels Betty Burchard George Sherman ... Bill Knilans .... Art McNitt Stangers Yet ............................... Lucille Kuhnert Arthur Kicsling' l'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen , .... Cieorge Riclierman Smiles ........................... .... N 'erona Klement Grace llarling .......,.. ....... . .. Russell Gebharclt Woman Is Fickle ......... ..... - - . Bill Roper Arthur Kiesling' I Aint Nobody's Darling .. John Bartelt 89 OGEEREMHWII Ufllumni of the High School of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin use To CYVIARY E. SPRY, who for many years has unsellishly given of her best to the youth ofthe schools of Fort Atkinson, and who is the beloved personal friend of every Alumnus of the F. H. S., we owe out thanks for her pains- taking and tireless elforts in the compilation of the following Alumni statistics. 1871-J. K. Purdy, Principal. Deceased. Julia C. Piper fMrs. C. Piperj. Deceased. Emma Jenkins fMrs. Emma Alling Curtisj. Deceased. Amy C. Kellogg lMrs. Edgar Morsel. Deceased. Zariffa V. Nash fMrs. McKaigJ. Deceased. Clara E. Phelps fMrs. G. J. Kirklandj 1455 E. Taylor St., Portland, Oregon. 1874-J. Q. Emery, Principal, Madison, Wis. Millie E. Brandel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lillie E. Davis. Deceased. Smith B. Morrison, Elkhorn, Wis. Ella M. Powers fMrs. John Chapmanj Ithaca, New York, Sidney F. Wilcox, M. D. Deceased. 1875- Ella S. Allen QMrs. A. B. Buckj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. J. Lawrence Anderson, Kaukauna, Wis. Kate D. 'Buell fMrs. Levi Ranneyl Cummings, Iowa. Chester A. Caswell, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Charles E. Marvin, 4902 Second Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. Fannie F. Pettit fMrs. Seth Morrisonj 32-7th East St., Salt Lake City, Utah Mabel S. Phelps lMrs. Bruce Struthersl 337 E. 8th St., Long Beach, Cal. John D. F. Stone, LL. D., Buffalo, New York. Edith V. Williams fMrs. I. Beach, Waupun, Wis. Charles F. Wood. Deceased. 1876- Lucina A. Buell fMrs. E. Beachl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Thomas S. Hatch. Deceased. Edgar D. Hopson. Deceased. Stella B. Morrison QMrs. Greenl Preston, California. Charles M. Porter. Deceased. Harry H. Powers, 11 Boyd St., Newton, Mass. Carrie A. Sargent fMrs. E. Bauerl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1877- Florence N. Abbott CMrs. Edw. Greenj. Deceased. Wm. H. Allen, LL. B. Deceased. Fannie G. Drake QMrs. Chas. Marvinl 4902 Second Ave., Los Angeles, Cal Edward McPherson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. May J. Montague fMrs. Harry Powersj 11 Boyd St., Newton, Mass. Stella Partridge fMrs. Hinckleyj 35 Obispo Ave., Long Beach, Cal. Warner Rankin, Ft. Atkhison, Wis. - Frank L. Slocum, 401 Lindon Ave., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Carrie J. Smith, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mattie L. Snell, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edward N. Snell, Morrisville, Mo. Thomas B. White, Probate Court, County Building, Detroit, Mich. E. Wells Wilcox, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lute B. Caswell, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 90 OGEERIWETQF ll 1878- Clara A. Crane fMrs. Grayj Booneville, Ind. Lillie B. Edsall lMrs. Wm. Tottonj 357 W. 51st St. Los Angeles, Cal. Annie A. Kemp fMrs. S. Feasel Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Frank K. McPherson, Oshkosh, Wis. Henry G. Pickett, 805 6th Ave., Helena, Montana. Emma J. Smith fMrs. Ed. Smithj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mary E. Spry, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Josie E. Wales QMrs. Thomas Northj Waterloo, Wis. Amanda Wigdale, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1879- Franc I. Buell fMrs. Jay Stannardj Phoenix, Arizona, R. F. D. No. 7. Robert Cowan, Cooperstown, N. D. Orson E. Curtis. Deceased. Mary E. Delano lMrs. Cheney Mayj Cambridge, Wis. Lizzie Esseltyn fMrs. I. T. Lothropj 601 S. Edmunds St., Mitchell, S. D. Maggie Gise fMrs. Adolph Baebenrothj 465 Third Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Homer B. Hatch. Deceased. Mary E. McDonough iMrs. L. Smithl. Deceased. Fannie E. McPherson fMrs. Henry Brandelj 204 Ave. D, Redondo Beach, Cal Lottie C. Morrison iMrs. Geo. Telferb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lillie B. Roberts CMrs. Frank Barrettj Cazenovia, N. Y. Mary L. Rohr fMrs. R. Dormanj. Deceased. Fred C. Stam, Corpus Christi, Texas. Sarah E. Whitaker fMrs. John Clintonj Seattle, Washington. Otto C. Wigdale. Deceased. 1880- Marion Barrie, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Belle Brigham fMrs. Thomas Colej. Deceased. Darwin C. Converse, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Nettie E. Hoffman. Deceased. Maggie Joerg fMrs. Carl Schneiderl. Deceased. Clara A. May fMrs. J. W. Wurtzbaughj Eden Vale, Cal, Lizzie White fMrs. Frank Ostrander-J. Deceased. ""1!'il"' 1881- . George W. Caswell, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Halbert L. Hoard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lina E. LeDoux lMrs. Robert Cowanj. Deceased. Nellie Morrison, Ft. Atkinson, ws. Celia H. Procter fMrs. Frank S ocumj 401 Lindon Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. Earl G. Roberts, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Annie C. Silliman. Deceased. Mary L. Silliman fMrs. J. N. Fisherj 525 E. Raleigh St., Glendale, Cal. Eliza A. Spry, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Fannie E. Whitaker fMrs. E. Kotenbergj San Jose, Cal. Will L. Winslow, Glendale, Cal. 1882- Walter D. Cole, Boulder, Colo. Henry T. Holmes, 10324 Lake Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Lizzie LeDoux lMrs. E. Jamesj. Deceased. Henry P. Pettit, 327th East St., Salt Lake City, Utah. Bonnie L. Roberts iMrs. Chas. Slaggj Atascadero, Cal. Vinnie V. Stone fMrs. Henry Pickettb. Deceased. Mary E. Young, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 91 Eva Burnham fMrs. D. A. Bullockj 4027 Ardley Ave., iffffifffenlai-i refill M Oakland, Cal. 1884 1885 1886 Stella A. Fiske, Beaumont, California. Carrie Foote 4Mrs. A. O. Mannj Onawa, Iowa. Harry B. McArthur, Beloit, Wis. Grace E. McPherson fMrs. A. R. Hoardl. Deceased. Annie S. Morrison fMrs. Geo. Clarkj Lyonsville, Mass. Joseph Schreiner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Arthur L. Strong. Deceased. Enos Wigdale, Chicago, Ill. Nettie Converse QMrs. F. C. Edwardsl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Isadore Cowen 1Mrs. Lloyd Lovelessj Buhl, Idaho, R. F. D No 3 Alice M. Downing iMrs. Geo. Hoffmanj Ft. Atkinson, Wis Nora Flanagan fMrs. Joseph Goodbodyj 5908 W. Monroe St Chicago Ill Nellie M. Gosselin fMrs. G. W. McMillenJ Ft. Atkinson, Wis Maud Hutchins. Deceased. Minnie Preston QMrs. Henry Smithh Whitewater, Wis. Daisy Roberts fMrs. Arthur Strongh 3310 22d St. N. E., Washington D C Anna L. Slagg fMrs. Earl Robertsj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Eunice Warne. Deceased. Lucy Warne. Deceased. Luella A. West fMrs. Frank Hoardj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Sara C. Barbour, 72 Plymouth Ave., Montclair, N. J. Louise Becker fMrs. Louise Kylej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. John C. Burchard, 1130 Chestnut Ave., Wilmette, Ill. Frank L. Cowen, 2109 E. 2d St., Duluth, Minn. Harry H. Curtis, Ft. Atkinson Wis. Royal Hart, Cumberland, Wis. Frank W. Hoard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Norman Hopkins, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Will S. Morrison, 711 Belleview Ave., La Junta, Col. Carrie Porter fMrs. Oscar Cornishj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elton G. Rice, Oroville, Washington. Bert Williams, Atlanta, Georgia. Edwin Wigdale. Deceased. Nannie C. Young fMrs. Elton Ricej Oroville, Washington. Frank E. Hutchins. Deceased Frank E. Curtis. Deceased. Mary L. Caswell fMrs. F. J. Perry? Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Adelaide S. Brown fMrs. Will Leitschj Columbus, Wis. Ada Damuth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Cora Manning, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Etta J. McComb fMrs. Jesse Howardj Genesee, Wis. George S. Procter, Pittsburg, Pa. Edward W. Pratt, 600 N. Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, Ill. Dean E. Roberts, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Kate E. Tousley fMrs. Geo. Landgrafj 314 S. Bassett Edward J. Wilson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1887- Clarence M. Allen, Wibaux, Montana. Anna E. Burnham, Portland, Oregon. Cora Cornish fMrs. A. Kendallj Onawa, Iowa. Anna E. Damuth fMrs. Will Kispertj Jefferson, Wis. Lillian E. Ganong fMrs. J. G. Baileyb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clara Hallows fMrs. I. Wheelerj Whitewater, Wis. Morse Ives, 5930 Ohio St., Chicago, Ill. 92 St., Madison Wis rx iv 41 S A P' S OGEERHJWEQ ll 188 7-Continued Sara Joerg fMrs. John Cottonl 488 31st Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. George Landgraf, Madison, Wis. Elmer Manning, Janesville, Wis. Lizzie McComb fMrs. Paynterl Whitewater, Wis., R. F. D. No. 3. Jennie Root fMrs. G. W. Gehrandl 71294 University Ave., Madison, Wis. Edna L. Warne fMrs. H. M. Kopplinj Les Molinos, Cal. Hilton Warne, Deceased. Tena Wigdale fMrs. J. M. Tuftyl St. Paul, Minn. Jessie C. Young fMrs. Jessie Eberhartj 5757 Kenwood Ave., Chicago, Ill. Emma Wenham iMrs. H. L. Hoardj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1888- Flora M. Burnham iMrs. B. T. Montgomeryj Salt Lake City, Utah. George J. Flanagan, 4443 Washington Blvd., Chicago, Ill. Agnes M. Fleming fMrs. Fred Bullwinkell Jefferson, Wis. Herbert M. Haskell, First National Bank Building, Long Beach, Cal. George L. Mason, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hattie E. May fMrs. Willard Frostj. Deceased. Ada M. McLery fMrs. L. W. Colemanj Iowar Falls, Iowa. 1889- P Mary J. Bradt CMrs. Chas. Fickj 217 Gilbert St., Jackson, Mich. Robert C. Burchard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elizabeth W. Brown, Wauwatosa, Wis. Lola E. Curtis fMrs. Chas. Binghaml 1931 Huntington Dr., S. Pasadena, Cal. Anabel Curtis fMrs. A. T. Haumersonl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Kittie C. Flanagan, 5908 W. Monroe St., Chicago, Ill. Eda M. Landgraf, Milwaukee, Wis. Walter D. McComb, Lima Center, Wis. Mary M. Ogden. Deceased. Wm. K. Porter, Algoma St., Oshkosh, Wis. Chas. B. Rogers, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Agnes L. Snell. Deceased. Chas. W. Sherman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Alvin W. Strong. Deceased. Herbert S. Vickery, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mary A. Warne. Deceased. 1890-D. D. Mayne, Principal. Katherine Burnham. Deceased. Henry C. Burchard. Deceased. Roy D. Chase, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Wilbur H. Hall, Rockford, Ill. Mary E. Hatch fMrs. Hancockj Romano Americana, Strada Stavropoleos 6, Bucharest, Roumania. Harry Hart, Oshkosh, Wis. Hattie Horton fMrs. L. C. Peckl Berlin, Wis. Nellie A. Hull 1Mrs. Hugh McNairJ 3412 Cedar St., Milwaukee, Wis. Edward Jones. Deceased. George S. Kemp, Denver, Colorado. Amelia R. Morrison. Deceased. Jennette M. Piper CMrs. H. M. Haskellj Long Beach, California. Hattie Belle Pounder CMrs. Henry Roycej Puyallup, Washington. Oscar Prochaska, 100 Gold St., New York City. Lillie V. Sontag, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Felix Schreiner, Chicago, Ill. Walter B. Strong. Deceased. Mary C. Strong fMrs. R. D. Chasey Deceased. Lulu Irene Wilson, Lawrence Memorial Hospital, New London, Conn. Lulu E. Wheeler 1Mrs. Jesse Newmanb China. Mary E. Whitney. Deceased. 93 5 41, A W GGEERMHQ7 1891- Minnie B. Abbott fMrs. C. H. Aspinwallj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clarence Aspinwall, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Inez Bridges fMrs. W. W. Cornishj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Bessie E. Fuller, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mabel Hull KMrs. Chas. Horrj 1194 Eleventh St., Milwaukee, Gussie Hubbard Ream QMrs. E. J. Sanbornj Jefferson, Wis. Ella Hart fMrs. W. Woodardj. Deceased. Mary Morrison QMrs. A. J. Edwardsj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Alma Melzner CMrs. Seymour Merrimanj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ethel Ogden fMrs. W. L. Gilbertj. Deceased. Horace Rose. Deceased. Winslow T. Stetson, Lake Mills, Wis. Robert P. Stair, Owen, Wis. Florence Wilcox fMrs. Will Johnsl Bayside, L. I., New York. Minnie Zeugner lMrs. D. E. Robertsj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Jessie Snover fMrs. S. T. Learnedj Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Wis. 1892- Clarence Dibble. Deceased. Minnie Foote fMrs. Judson Gatesb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edith Felbel. Deceased. Oliver Hake, Wabasso, Minn. Sidney Jones, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Harry Jaycox, Tacoma, Washington. Frank Mack, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Arthur Vickery, 210 E. Livingston St., Madison, Wis. Clara Warne Q,Mrs. Loren Eustisj Molinos, California. Carrie Stetson fMrs. L. B. Taylorj Lake Mills, Wis. Jessie Root fMrs. G. P. Kleinj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Libbie Damuth, Whitewater, Wis. Harry Wilson, Milwaukee, Wis. Lillian Drake fMrs. Frank Imigl Madison, Wis. Mary Bright CMrs. Clinton Gramj Menominee, Mich. 1893- Alma Alling fMrs. S. R. Jonesj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clara Coutermarsh, 409 6th St., Schuyler, Neb. Rodney K. Derby, 1015 2d St., Milwaukee, Wis. Winifred Edsall, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hattie Foote, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lela Graves fMrs. Orman Allingj Jefferson, Wis. Elmore Hull. Deceased. Eva Kyle, Fond du Lac, Wis. Blanche Le Doux fMrs. John GessnerJ 800 26th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Alice Lowe CMrs. Bert Haynesj Geneva, Minn. Lois Mason fMrs. Philhowerj 1465 Regina Lane, Los Angeles, Cal. Sarah McIntyre, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edward Melzner, 386 22d St., Milwaukee, Wis. Ella Merriman, 319 S. 3d St., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Thomas Nee, Takyama-chs, Kyodashi-ku, Tokio, Japan. Frank Rogers, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. . Ives Roberts, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Winifred Sheldon fMrs. H. O. Caswellj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lela Stevenson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Frank Stevenson, 221 N. Taylor Ave., Oak Park, Ill. Nora Sullivan lMrs. Will Marshall, Jr.J Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 2 Lizzie Touton fMrs. John Westphalj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mae VieLe QMrs. Fred P. Cornishj 10147 118th St., Richmond, L. I., Maud VieLe fMrs. Frank Eighmyj 945 Spraight St., Madison, Wis. 94 N.Y IN A ' F A WCGEERIWHQB W 1894-Dwight L. Kinney, Principal. Deceased. Paul Burchard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Pearl Burnham tMrs. Theron E. Stonej Yakima, Wash. Harlow O. Caswell, M. D., Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Jessie, Curtis CMrs. T. B. Roycej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. AnnagDibble fMrs. Harry Listerudj Sawyer, N. D. Kate Damuth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Barbara Hausen CMrs. Robert Pfeifferl Deceased. Myrtle Lowe fMrs. Carroll ShepherdJ Macon, Mississippi. Fred'Landgraf, Bridgeville, P . K Frillie Meigs, Arena, Wis. ' is fd 4 A 14, A , Chas. McIntyre, Ft. Atkinso , is. Sidney Ogden. Deceased. Theodore B. Royce, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gracel' Rogers, First National Bank Building, Milwaukee, Wis. Mab'e Stetson QMrs. Geo. Goehlkej South Sudbury, Mass. S. M. B. Smith, M. D., Wausau, Wis. Edward Westerfield, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Will Wilson. Deceased. John Anthes, 809 Blaine Ave., J anesville, Wis. 1895-A. W. Weber, Principal, 2207 East 85th St., Cleveland, Ohio. Will Abbott, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mae Acker, Cor. Biddle and Jackson Sts., Milwaukee, Wis. Thaddeus Chase. Deceased. Della Converse fMrs. G. R. Radleyj 1914 Cedar St., Milwaukee, Wis. Halsey Curtis, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. E. E. Farnsworth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Agnes Foote fMrs. A. R. Hoardj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. George Haight, 1000 Lake Shore Blvd., Evanston, Ill. John Haight, 1105 N. Church St., Rockford, Ill. Charles Ives. Deceased. Eugene Mack, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Anna Mussehl, 1907 Fillmore St., San Francisco, Cal. Katherine Nee QMrs. Jas. Cunninghaml. Deceased. Ella Ralph, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Burt Robertson, Oshkosh, Wis. Charles Rockwell, Sullivan, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Lillian Telfer, Kansas City, Mo. Stella Whaples fMrs. Bleeckerj Cambridge, Wis. Bernard Wilson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1896- Edward Altpeter, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 5. Isa Black QMrs. Burnhamj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 5. Mae Black QMrs. Edward Altpeterj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 5. Nellie Brett fMrs. Stanleyj Madison, Wis. Sam Chambers. Deceased. Millie Curtis. Deceased. Glen Garlock, West Salem, Wis. Lillian Hake fMrs. Andrew McMillenJ Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Stella Hausen QMrs. Walter Crawfordl Oshkosh, Wis. Robert Learned, Princeton, Wis. Belle McMi1len fMrs. C. P. Toutonl Janesville, Wis. Mae McMillen, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Vera Thiry CMrs. Guy Colej Milton Junction, Wis. Terrace Urban fMrs. W. Zwicklej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Venice Westerfield 1 Mrs. W. H. Wilsonj Stevens Point, Wis. 9 5 " KL A k V CGEERMHQQI H 1897- 1898 1899 Ella Abbott 1Mrs. W. C. Barteltj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mary Viola Allen fMrs. Arlow Marsdenj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 5 Adeline Bellman fMrs. W. G. Lloyd! 905 Lakeside Place, Chicago, Ill. Thos. Bright, 621 Maple Ave., Belvidere, Ill. Helen Brown fMrs. Elmore J. Hullj Hood River, Oregon. Harriet M. Chapman fMrs. J. E. Mackj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Daisy Coutermarsh CMrs. C. L. Boldtj Galahad, Alberta, Canada. Sam Craig. Deceased. Lizzie Curtis CMrs. G. H. Birdj 1010 Chestnut St., Wilmette, Ill. Bessie Edsall, Greensboro, N. C., N. C. C. W. Loren Eustis, Les Molinos, California. Lillian Haumerson QMrs. A. E. Beckerj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Emil Haumerson, 445 N. Jackson St., Janesville, Wis. Zelda Howe CMrs. A. B. Stoutb 2936 Bainbridge Ave., New York City. Mary Jones, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Harvey McComb, Indianapolis, Indiana. Johanna Powals fMrs. D. A. Clarkb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lawrence Robertson, 6738 Cornell Ave., Chicago, Ill. Anna Wandschneider fMrs. Ernest Timmj 863 Astor St., Milwaukee, Wis Florence Wenham fMrs. Albert Holmesj Calmar, Iowa. Winnie Webb fMrs. C. A. Downingb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Nettie Zeugner fMrs. Holmes Ivesl Oakland, California. Flora Mansfield fMrs. J. H. Boardmanj 711 Andover Road, Lowell, Mass Daisy Aspinwall. Deceased. William Berg. Deceased. Mary S. Black, Ely, Nevada. , Emil C. Brown, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Lydia U. Frisch fMrs. A. R. Langholffj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mamie M. Kahl fMrs. Otis C. Hayj 1129 Elizabeth St., Madison, Wis. Anna L. Nee fMrs. John Winterburnl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Richard Rose, American Marathi Mission, Sholapur, India, Hartland Bungalow Mabel Stair iMrs. Frank Binghamj Koshkonong, Wis. Warren H. Stevens. Deceased. Della Vickery QMrs. C. E. Burchj Morrison, Ill. Blanche I. Ward. Deceased. Florence S. Wescott fMrs. W. D. Jamesj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Jennie Belle Allen fMrs. C. B. Adamsb Watertown, Wis., R. Flora E. Bissett, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Donald Black, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn. Leonard R. Evans, 2017 N. K St., Ft. Smith, Arkansas. M. Elizabeth Gosselin fMrs. W. R. Moorel Davenport, Iowa. Anna H. Hess, Sullivan, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Anna M. Landgraf fMrs. Glen Garlockj West Salem, Wis. Forrest J. Linton, Pitcher, New York. Frank Linton, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ivan McIntyre, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 3. Geo. Leonard Porter, 1728 Nicolett Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. Ethel S. Ranney fMrs. R. S. Parkerj 651 44th St., Des Moines, Mary Robertson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hazel D. Snover fMrs. J. C. Brandelb Jefferson, Wis. Wm. E. Stanhope, 567 Post St., Elmira, N. Y. August O. Tonne, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Bernard J. Turner, First National Bank, Milwaukee, Wis. Hattie E. Ward fMrs. Frank Lowel Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mabelle E. Webb CMrs. Will Abbottj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Wirt Winslow, 58 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill. 96 F. D. No. 3 Iowa. 'i p I I V Offaaafaaffmll 1900-J. A. Hagemann, Principal, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Ernest R. Ballard, West Union, Iowa. Cora M. Buck. Deceased. Lenora A. Campbell CMrs. Benito Brownj Galahad, Alberta, Canada. Zella G. Coe fMrs. W. T. Clark! 441 East St., South, Janesville, Wis. Charles F. Craig, Detroit, Mich. Earl S. Curtis. Deceased. Jessie M. Fease, Milwaukee, Wis. Carl A. Gabriel. Deceased. John F. Garlock, Milwaukee, Wis. Alice M. Hodge, Hamilton, Ohio. Lizzie Ives fMrs. Sampb Spencer, S. D. Margaret Kumlien, 216 Franklin Place, Rockford, Ill. Herbert Main, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Ida May Tousley fMrs. Edwin Wilcoxl 2463 Tuxedo Ave., Detroit, Mich. Alma K. Venter, Merton, Wis. Charles Vosburg, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1901- ' Millie Banker, County Nurse, Jefferson, Wis. Minnie Brown fMrs. Ralph Pounderj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 2. Blanche Hager fMrs. R. Real 807 Baker Deturler Bld'g., Los Angeles, Cal. Howard Hopson, 662 West 113th St., New York City. Claude E. Jaycox, Columbus, Ohio. Bess Kellogg, 497 W. Fulton St., Chicago, Ill. Elizabeth Stanhope fMrs. Edward Hampelj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Warner J. Turner. Deceased. Edwin Wilcox, 2463 Tuxedo Ave., Detroit, Mich. 1902- Jessie M. Beach fMrs. J. B. Olsonj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Sada K. Bonnett fMrs. R. Thompsonj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Zida E. Caswell CMrs. W. Iveyj Minneapolis, Minn. Maude E. Dexheimer fMrs. C. Prattj Custer, Mich. Stella A. Dunkel fMrs. Warner TurnerJ Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Irving L. Eales. Deceased. Bernice D. Hunter fMrs. E. W. Hoffmanl 1052 Summit Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. George Ives, M. D., St. Louis, Missouri. Eva D. Messmer fMrs. Albert Burrowl Janesville, Wis. Charles E. Mullen, Madison, Wis. Clara L. Potter QMrs. Louis Ruenholj Ekalaka, Montana. Tillie A. Powals, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence P. Shafer fMrs. Frank Lintonb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Nettie M. Tamblingson CMrs. Frank Telferj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 4. Joe Telfer, 524 S. Ashland Ave., Green Bay, Wis. Ernest Ward, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Louis Ward, Midland, Mich. Mary M. Webber, Beloit, Wis. 1903- Nica E. Ballard, 147 W. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, Md. Florence G. Chapman QMrs. Frank Rogersj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Sara C. Coe 1Mrs. Joe Telferl 524 S. Ashland Ave., Green Bay, Wis. Frank B. Damuth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Arthur W. Else, Milton Junction, Wis. Eva L. Gibson, 5200 Harper Ave., Ap't. 307, Chicago, Ill. Fred C. Haumerson, 18th St., Racine, Wis. 97 A M I I Hariri V EHCGEER Q ill 1903-Continued Edna B. Hoard fMrs. Paul Trattj 4831 N. Rockwell St., Chicago, Ill. Amy J. Hopson fMrs. Daniel Starchj 89 Prowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass., Suite 5 Nellie L. Krebs fMrs. W. J. Boszhardtl 508 40th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Charlotte E. Langholff fMrs. Fred Wandschneiderj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Archie McComb, Green Bay, Wis. Earl C. Roberts, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Robert E. Robertson, 1615 S. Delaware Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Hattie Lou Smith fMrs. Irving Hippenmeyerj 937 N. County St., Waukegan, Ill Sara P. Strong fMrs. Irving Hippenmeyerl 937 N. County St., Waukegan, Ill. Paul A. Webb, Neodeslia, Kansas. Frieda A. Wooden KMrs. C. Fred Snoverj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Charles H. May, 1508 Morrison St., Madison, Wis. 1904- Lillian Burnham fMrs. A. Lofgrenj Ridgevale, California. Ernest W. Curtis, San Meteo, California. Carrie L. Dawe fMrs. Glen Vosburgj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Frank J. Dietz, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Paul E. Dodge, Janesville, Wis. Millie L. Felbel, 715 Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. C. Willard Ferris, City National Bank, New York City. Christine Gabriel fMrs. M. G. Ledfordj Franklin, N. Carolina. Jessie Haumerson QMrs. Irving Ealesj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Carrie Hirth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. George A. Howard, Oconomowoc, Wis. Maude L. Ives fMrs. P. A. Webbl 3735 Woodruff Ave., Oakland, Cal. Will R. Powals, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Eva Quam fMrs. Ned Downingj 3006 E. 37th St., Kansas City, Mo. Sadie Slagg, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Dora C. Smith fMrs. Wakelin McNeelJ Madison, Wis. Ewald Stiehrn. Deceased. 1905- Paul P. Banker, Chassel, Michigan. Harrison Boughton. Deceased. Gertrude Brown 1Mrs. Peter Galijasj Wauwatosa, Wis. Lauren W. Cleland, Palmyra, Wis. Caroline A. Diedrich fMrs. A. Schucknechtj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Belva B. Gorton fMrs. L. McMillenJ. Deceased. Thomas C. Griflin, 112 Berton Ave., Remington, Washington. Rachel A. Hardy, Rockford, Ill. Maud E. Hay, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Thora A. Huppert fMrs. I. L. Winterj 529 Leamington Ave., Chicago, Ill. Karl Kellogg, Norwood, Minnesota. Wm. D. Krebs, M. D. Deceased. Karl A. May. Deceased. Isabella V. Mussehl fMrs. J. Quaml Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Myrtle E. Puerner fMrs. Max Wolvertonj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Arthur F. Rheineck, M. D., Highmound Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wis. Ada M. Schempf iMrs. Clarence Ricel Milwaukee, Wis. Avis W. Smith fMrs. Oscar Hemmingj Fort Atkinson, Wis. J. Christopher Ward, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. John W. Roberts, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. . . 9 8 GGEEREAEITLFQF Il Nettie J. Barth fMrs. Albert Hafermanl Jefferson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 5. Harry Bauer, 3908 Lennox St., Milwaukee, Wis. Harry M. Brandel, 421 S. Oxford Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. J. Dwight Brewer, 420 Keeney St., Chicago, Ill. Percy J. Ebbott, 59 West 10th St., New York City. Ethel French, Jefferson, Wis. Martha J. Frisch QMrs. Harry Beckerj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 5. Leo E. Gibson, 348 Belmont Ave., Detroit, Mich. Carrie Goddard CMrs. A. Snellb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Helen Green, Milwaukie, Oregon, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 41. Laura Genevieve Foote CMrs. Karl May! Chicago, Ill. Bernice Hammes, Virginia City, Minn. Elizabeth B. Hevey, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ethel Kumlien QMrs. Paul Bankerl Chassel, Mich. Loraine Mattoon KMrs. Clarence Olson! Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hilda C. May fMrs. R. L. Heidel Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Loreane Edith McMillen QMrs. Felix Riceb 1357 Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wis. Reginald Reynolds. Deceased. Elizabeth Richardson fMrs. Albert Willl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lillian Royce KMrs. S. B. Corthelll 2307 Cherry St., Denver, Col. Rosa Schoellkopf fMrs. Archie Gefflerj Whitewater, Wis., R. F. D. C. Mervyn Slagg, Edgerton, Wis. Lawrence E. Smith, Harrington Apartments, Des Moines, Iowa. Howard B. Sullivan. Deceased. Robert W. Ward, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Nellie M. Wilcox iMrs. Isaac Bishopl 4509 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, Ill. 1907- Hugh Aspinwall, Palatine, Ill. Carrie Beach fMrs. Norman Johnsonl 708 S. Homan St., Chicago, Ill. Luella Chapman fMrs. Elmer S. Pierceb Elgin, Ill. Marie Cornish, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Maybelle Cornish CMrs. Wm. D. Krebs, Jr.J Ft. Atkinson, Wis. William Goddard, Osteopath, Watertown, Wis. Ruth Green, Milwaukie, Oregon, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 41. Edward T. Hager, Oatman, Arizona. Florence Hammes, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mabel Hetts fMrs. Chandlierj Denver, Colorado. Gwendolyn Hoard iMrs. August Tonneb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Helen Hoffman fMrs. J. J. Dudleyl Superior, Wis. Florence Howard, Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, Ill. Ruth Howard CMrs. O. W. Friedell Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Nathaniel Houston, Denver, Colorado. Alice Kahl, Janesville, Wis. Wendell Kumlien, Agricultural College, Brookings, S. Dakota. Utella Kump CMrs. Arthur Touhyj Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. Clifford McMillen, Milwaukee, Wis. Gertrude Mattoon fMrs. Geo. A. Murphyj Carrington, N. Dakota. Emma Nicolaus fMrs. H. A. Peters? Oconomowoc, Wis. Clarence Olson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Blanche Pfeiffer iMrs. Gilbert Lintonl. Deceased. Anna Richards fMrs. Arthur Rheineckj Highmound Blvd., Milwaukee, Wis. Chester Roberts, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. George Robertson, 1007 Beach St., Flint, Mich. Minna Schempf, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mary Siegel 1Mrs. Ross Thompsonl. Deceased. Leo Smith, 1614 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Fred Snover, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 99 0GEERre1fiQi4Il ,A 1908- Charles B. Allen. Deceased. Alma M. Baumgartner fMrs. Arthur Danksj 1612 Dewey Ave., Beloit, Wis. S. Bruce Black, 34 Linden St., Arlington Heights, Mass. Lois Boughton fMrs. John Findleyj Waukesha, Wis. W. Ellis Dawe, East Troy, Wis. Earl Chambers Dexheimer, 836 Bartlett Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Nellie Griffin, 1131 Sycamore St., Milwaukee, Wis. Kathryn Hardy, Rockford, Ill. Sidney Holgren, Thief River Falls, Minnesota. Arthur Hrobsky, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Leta M. Hyde lMrs. Albert Lanzelb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lottie Kahl CMrs. Wm. PetersJ Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Leo T. Langholff, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Daisy Lieberman fMrs. Arnold Maxwellj Oregon, Ill. Gilbert A. Linton, Koshkonong Station, Wis. Ethel A. Mansfield fMrs. R. K. Ballardb 848 Foxdale Ave., Winnetka, Ill. Ruby C. Olson fMrs. C. Mattoonl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Laura E. Perry, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Laura D. Richards QMrs. Royce Minternj 1418 Elizabeth St., Denver, Col. Lenora A. Rutzen fMrs. Stricklandl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Harry C. Seavert, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Milo J. Slagg, 25 College St., Houghton, Mich. Daisy I. Telfer fMrs. A. Peckj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 3. Frank W. Winterling, Downing, Wisconsin. A. Alene Wooden fMrs. Karl A. Trishj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Bertha S. Woolsey fMrs. Merlin Kerseyj Torrance, Cal. 1909- Katxheryn E. Bauer fMrs. V. VanAckerJ Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Dean B. Becker, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Otto F. Beyer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Homer A. Buck, 1455 52d Ave., Oakland, Cal. Herbert T. Burrow, Madison, Wis. Jessie Myrtle Crossfield fMrs. C. IsleyJ Ft. Atkinson, Wis. F. Merle Edwards, Milwaukee, Wis. Gertie E. Hake fMrs. Archie Richardsj Star Creamery, Lake Mills, Wis. Elmore S. Holgren. Deceased. Leda C. Kahl fMrs. Irving Schoellerj Helenville, Wis. Lois I. Lieberman 1Mrs. Harry Barteltj 2891 Buford Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Murle C. Moore, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence McMillen fMrs. S. H. Weidemannl Ft. Atkinson Wis. , R. F. D. No. 4. Clara B. Pottinger lMrs. B. Petersonj 5021 Xerxes Ave.,,Minneapolis, Minn. G. Arthur Puerner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. June A. Redner fMrs. Peter Mortensenb 409 Orr St., Miles City, Montana. Orvin W. Rhode, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Verna Schoelkopf fMrs. Herbert Clouteb Ft. Atkinson Wis. Elva Smith, 144 Juneau Ave., Juneau Court Apartments, Milwaukee, Wis. Dan T. Sullivan, Ojibwa, Wis. Theodore S. Ward, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Joseph A. Wilcox, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. John Nair, 946 Lancaster Ave., Syracuse, New York. 1910- Arthur Bachus, Green Bay, Wis. Harry E. Bartelt, 2891 Buford Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Ada H. Becker fMrs. A. Model Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 5. W. Frank Bellman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Cleo Brewer CMrs. Oscar Gessj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Carroll W. Brown, 1308 Prairie Ave., Beloit, Wis. Adele B. Bullock fMrs. Clinton Birdj Athens, Ohio. 100 ,..v' s Fi i i e,,,,,,1fx GGEER at Q :HIM 1910-Continued Alma M. Becker CMrs. Fred Myersl DeForest, Wis. Mildred Caswell, 23 Christopher St., New York City, N. Y. Lenora R. Damuth QMrs. A. Dahlbergj 1014 11th Ave., N. Fargo, N. Dakota Helen M. Fisher fMrs. Peter Humbachj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Benj. W. Graper, Mayville, New York. Herbert F. Graper, 66 N. Grove St., East Orange, N. J. Elsie F. Holcomb fMrs. Ben Krumheuerj Moccasin, Montana. Edgar W. Kammer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Charlotta Liebman, Manitowoc, Wis. Vera May 1Mrs. Geo. Loughj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Harrison Mussehl, Bartleville, Oklahoma. Esther Nicolaus fMrs. E. T. Bittnerl Watertown, Wis. Kathryn L. Smith fMrs. H. Venterj Merton, Wis. Alsey Stephenson QMrs. Fred Cloughj. Deceased. Minnie H. Tiifany fMrs. H. Griflisj Roscoe, Ill. Herman Venter, Merton, Wis. Max E. Webb, 315 N. Harmon St., Rockford, Ill. May M. Woodard iMrs. F. R. Bentleyh 1320 Sherman Ave., Madison, 1911- Ruth E. Abbott fMrs. Lyman Jeffordsj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Esther Beyer iMrs. Orvin Rhodej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Thurlow Brewer, 1445 Greenleaf Ave., Chicago, Ill. Leo H. Bruechner, Jefferson, Wis. R. F. D. Marie J. Clauer iMrs. Ralph Herringj Hinsdale, Ill. Ralph W. Ebbott, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Nuna V. Fease fMrs. L. Forsythj 311 4th St., Waukegan, Ill. Florence E. Ferris fMrs. Robert Hutchinsonj St. Louis, Mo. Roland G. Frost, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Joseph L. Galloway. Deceased. Harriet M. Goodrich fMrs. C. Stonel Akron, Ohio. Harriet L. Hoard fMrs. Dean B. Beckerb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clifford C. Haumerson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Shirley W. Hoard fMrs. M. J. Kerschensteinerj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Norma Hopkins fMrs. F. S. Bosworth? 881 Spruce St., Winnetka, Ill. Harold T. Howard, 506 Deming Place, Apartment 2, Chicago, Ill. Clifford G. Huppert, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Claude M. Kirby, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. Geo. J. Krebs, Milwaukee, Wis. Ruth L. McGowan fMrs. Gilbert Sylvesterj Madison, Wis. Clifford Merriman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elsie H. Olson iMrs. Frank Spaethj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ella A. Roberts fMrs. Robert Whitacrej St. Paul, Minn. Marie B. Royce fMrs. Lloyd Donklel Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Dorothy E. Roberts fMrs. Arthur Mussehll Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gilbert Rehberg. Deceased Robert Schneider, Boston, Mass. Ruth Scribner CMrs. Paul Russelll Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Venice E. Slagg, Berlin, Wis. Rodney A. Slagg, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Marjorie R. Smith lMrs. Roy Mawhinneyj Milwaukee, Wis. Sidney H. Smith, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Reinette Talmadge, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Kenneth Uglow, Whitewater, Wis. George W. Wescott, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. R. F. D. No. 4. 101 Wis 'v os "' A' ' ' 2 - .ll 1912- Margaret Bachmann fMrs. Evan Wardj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ray Beach, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Laura Boehm iMrs. Chester Roberts? Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clayton Buskirk, Oregon, Wis. Alfred Cory, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Cora Daniels fMrs. Fred Ghekel Brooks, Wis. Eulalia Dietz. Deceased. John Dieckhoff, Eufaula, Ala. Shelburne Donkle, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Geraldine Fuller QMrs. F. Jorgensonj 711 East 24th St., Erie, Pa. Ruth Gallitz fMrs. Joe Wilcoxj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Helen Hetts fMrs. Elmer Higginsj Oconomowoc, Wis. Hazel Holgren fMrs. Gwyn Udeyj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Frank Kramer, Waukesha, Wis. Lawrence May, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Jay Newton, Madison, Wis. Lucia Perry fMrs. E. R. Whitej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Earl Pottinger, Milwaukee, Wis. Frances Puerner, 660 Milwaukee St., Milwaukee, Wis. Hazel McGowan fMrs. Walter Ebersohll Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Alma Schoelkoff, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Walter Sievert, Monroe, Wis. Ruth Slagg fMrs. C. Hardwickj Cambridge, Wis., R. F. D. George Spangler, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Grace Thomas fMrs. A. R. Havenj 101 Van Buren St., Stoughton, Wis. Emma Von Toerne, Washington, D. C. Herbert Walaske. Deceased. Evan Ward, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1913-Wakelin McNeel, Principal, Madison, Wis. Grace Bauer iMrs. Wm. Ziemanl 571 Superior St., Milwaukee, Wis. Burns Beach, 28 Spring St., Gloversville, New York. Earl C. Beach, 5021 N. Roby St., Chicago, Ill. Ezra Bingham, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Wm. F. Boettcher. Deceased. Guy Black. Deceased. Martha Brockhaus, Lake Mills, Wis. Maude L. Bruechner fMrs. Raymond Langj Jefferson. Wis. Myrleen Esselstyn, 1036V2 National Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Leslie E. Graper, Mayville, New York. Thomas W. Howard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ruth Hanna iMrs. Fred Utlantj Sterling, Colorado. Marie Hedrick fMrs. M. Hartmanj Davis, Ill. Lillian M. Heth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clifford J. Holgren Atlantic City, N. J. Ruth M. Krebs fMrs. A. Couturej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence E. Ludeman fMrs. L. Gumsl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ralph Owens, 111 Low Ave., Waukegan, Ill. Hazel Puerner, Lakeland, Florida. Ruth Puerner fMrs. Geo. Mastersj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hattie M. Raithel QMrs. L. Erdmanj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Chauncey Reno, Leavenworth, Kansas. Irving Sievert, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Maynard Schneider, Mankato, Minnesota. Eldyn VanLone, Jefferson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Marie Wandschneider fMrs. Will Hackettl West Allis, Wis. Pauline Wandschneider fMrs. Leslie Graperj Mayville, New York. Edna Wandschneider, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Loren G. Webb, 222 Broadway, Eau Claire, Wis. Ralph H. Webb, 610 Cottage Grove Ave., Rockford, Ill. Julius A. Wolfram, Webster Springs, W. Virginia. 102 fx , 3 i 'ev 0GEERf6aEf9X4ll 1914- Lawrence T. Becker, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Frank Miner Brewer, 57 Crescent Drive, Glencoe, Ill. Samuel Chapman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Nellie G. Colby 1Mrs. E. Jacobsenj Port Washington, Long Island, N. Y. Harry Cornish, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Martha Daugs, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Claude Dexheimer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Marion Edwards, New Richmond, Wis. Edward Geisel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Grace R. Hanna fMrs. Forrest Toutonb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence Hevey, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gladys M. Holstein, fMrs. C. E. Johnsonj 1234 Sherman Ave., Madison, Wis. Annie Lieberman, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Donald Moore, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Franklin Pierce, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clarence Pottinger, 1309 2d Ave., Rockford, Ill. Leola E. Puerner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Claretta E. Robbins fMrs. Harold Hahnj Whitewater, Wis. Rob Roy Roberts, Beaver Dam, Wis. . Irving S. Roberts, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Vivian S. Roberts fMrs. Harry Lowej Whitewater, Wis., R. F. D. Milda M. Sievert, Casson, Minnesota. Bonnibel R. Slagg fMrs. Chas. Northl Edgerton, Wis. Leigh M. Smith QMrs. C. Zerklej 509 E. 44th St., Chicago, Ill. Eunice Striegl, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Sidney S. Telfer, Elison Bay, Wis. Forrest C. Touton, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Orlo W. Van Lone, Jefferson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Sheldon S. Vosburg, 3228 Upperline St., New Orleans, La. Sadie Warnke fMrs. Carl Prustl Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 4. Charles F. Roe, Rockford, Ill. 1915- Marion Bachus, CMrs. Walter Youngj Los Angeles, Cal. Mildred Bachus, fMrs. Wm. Mottj Hammond, Ind. Ruth Baldwin fMrs. Hugo Bloedalj Hayward, Wis. Harold Bergman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Archie Black, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. John Bullock, Oakland, Cal. Anneta Donkle lMrs. Paul Cornishj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Marguerite Edwards fMrs. Donald Jonesj Anaheim, Cal., R. F. D. 2, Box 291. Florence Graper, 142 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, Canada. Florence Green, U. S. Marine, Hospital, New Orleans, La. Marshall Gross, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Maxwell Goodrich, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. William D. Hoard. Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hazel Hook fMrs. Paul Case! Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Bessie Hook, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mildred Johnson fMrs. S. Rollandj 1301 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. Alan Jones, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence Klitzkie lMrs. Elmo Piperl Whitewater, Wis. Herbert Korth, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Chester Kyle, Green Bay, Wis. Hazel Ludeman fMrs, Irving Robertsj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Margaret Merriman CMrs. Harry Kirtleyj Chicago, Ill. Clarence Mussehl, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Vesta Puerner fMrs. Paul Harderl Jamestown, N. Y. Florence Quam, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Arthur Royce, Augusta, Kansas. ' 103 A U 1 QOGFEER six V f ,n Q s W 1. ji 'fe' L 1 ' AF! i D M 1 91 5-Continued Urban Schreiner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence Selgren fMrs. Clifford Merrimanj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Harold Spengler, 1336 Post Ave., Rockford, Ill. Wava Tamblingson, Wakefield, Mich. Samuel Tooker, Pontiac, Michigan. Florence Toussaint CMrs. James Bradyl Kenosha, Wis. Dorothy Von Toerne fMrs. J ohnsonj Pittsburg, Pa. Henry Waleska, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence Wilderman fMrs. Leo Poutschj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edna Wirig CMrs. Edwin Zeugnerb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1916- Irma Anthes fMrs. Chester Ouweneelj Whitehall, Wis. Inez Bacon fMrs Gilbert Toussainti Kenosha, Wis. Mary Baker, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 3. Grace Ballard, Ames, Iowa. Philleda Braunschweig, Eagle River, Wis. Roberta Burchard fMrs. W. Jenningsj Joliet, Ill. Paul Case, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Wilber Converse. Deceased. Clifford Dexheimer, Milwaukee, Wis. Laura Gallitz fMrs. Harold Grayj We-st Bend, Wis. Ira Godfrey, Wis. Gas 8z Electric Co., Watertown, Harriet Harder fMrs. Stanley Hickeyj Whitewater, Irene Hensey, 1102 W. Johnson St., Madison, Wis. Isabel Heth, Suite 320, Plaza Hotel, Chicago, Ill. Wis. Wis. Annie Laurie Hoard fMrs. Frank Brewerj 57 Crescent Drive, G Gerald Holm, 506 Prairie Ave., Kenosha, Wis. Bonnie Hoskins lMrs. Clarence Henseiyb Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Aldo Hubbard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 2. Gladys Jones, Pontiac, Michigan. Pennell Kelly, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Helen Koester, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lloyd Lieberman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Bert Myra, 1030 Fairfax St., Hollywood, Cal. Helen Ostrander fM1'S. Harry Northeyh Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ann Pettit, 1004 Mclndoe St., Wausau, Wis. Leo Puerner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. lencoe, Ill Ruth Raithel fMrs. H. Klettkeb Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 2. Mildred Roberts fMrs. Swhelslon Vosburgj 3228 Upperline St., New Orleans Lucille Savall fMrs. Reno Smithj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Leona Schlegel QMrs. V. Lundberg, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Inis Shook. Deceased. Oscar Von Toerne, New York City, N. Y. May Wirig QMrs. John Dieckoffj Eufaula, Ala. 1917- Gertie Beyer QMrs. Edward Livingstonj 172 Lexington Ave., New York City Edwin Baldwin. Deceased. John Bauer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elizabeth Caswell fMrs. E. Lorenzenj 1320 Sunnyside Ave., Chicago, Ill. Marion Dawe fMrs. Carl Sherryj Appleton, Wis. Alvina Ehlers fMrs. C. Zehj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mildred Gates fMrs Jerry Manuelj Decatur, Ill. Maryette Goodrich, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elsie Hedges, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Omar Hubbard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No Elmore Klement, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Halsey Kraege, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. William Lalk, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Corrine Lawton, Niles, Michigan. Leonard Lemke, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. , 2. 104 l y L V ?HOGEEReefHQ7Il 1917-Continued Leone Mason fMrs. Jas. McGowanD Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Stanley Mussehl, School of Mines, Platteville, Wis. Verna Olson, Kenosha, Wis. Mae Ralph fMrs. Wm. Parsonsj Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 2. Helen Reynolds, fMrs. Bert Myraj 1030 Fairfax St. Hollywood, Cal. Earl Schneider, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Frances Sherman CMrs. J. C. Buelowl Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Clara Spaeth QMrs. Norman Luedtkej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Wesley Sontag, Columbia College, New York City, N. Y. Clifford Stanton, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gilbert Toussaint, Kenosha Wis. Blanche Vandewater QMrs. Girth Linkej Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hertha Wandschneider, Wausau, Wis. Sidney Roe, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 1918- Clarence Anthes, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Theodore Anthes, Jefferson, Wis. Robert Aspinwall, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Vera Beach, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Harriet Becker, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Esther Breitzman, 1326 Vernon Ave., Washington, D. C. Lydia Brockhaus, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ila Brown CMrs. Leon Thompsonl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Iva Chesebro QMrs. Loren Huppertj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edith Conrad fM1'S. Harlow McGowanJ Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 1. Louise Converse, Bangor, Wis. Hazel Dee, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Doris Edwards IMrs. Hugo Riggertl Reedsburg, Wis. Alvin Giese, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gladys Gunther, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Freda Hackbarth fMrs. Willard Schmidtl 218 Madison St., Janesville, Wis. Lola Hausz fMrs. Earl Henseyj 520 Maxwell Ave., Boulder, Colorado. Eva Hartlein, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Laurel Hassel, Milwaukee, Wis. Mayta Hayes QMrs. T. Andrewsj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Earl Hensey, 520 Maxwell Ave., Boulder, Colorado. Kathryn Hibbard, 827 N. 7th. St. Manitowoc, Wis. Harry Hoffman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ruth Hoffman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hazel Howard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hilda Huppert, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Aneta Kammer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Nellie Knilans, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Carl Kraege, Madison, Wis. Herbert Kramer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Sidney Krumheuer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Maynard Kurtz, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Estelle Masters, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Avis Meyer, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Sybilla Nettesheim fMrs. Sidney Krumheuerj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Marion Perry, Fox Lake, Wis. Luella Rhode fMrs. Walter Frischj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Maxine Royce fMrs. Harry Rogersj 1214 Waveland Ave., Chicago, Ill. Fritz Wandschneider, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Leona Westphal, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Genevieve Will QMrs. Laverne Lowej Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 4. Ruby Young, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Legetta Zeugner fMrs. Lloyd Liebermanj Ft. Atkinson, Wis 105 BEER .alll 1919-E. H. Miles, Principal, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Lucille Curtis, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mabel Alice Downing fMrs. Harry Hoffmanl Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Florence Grono, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Halbert Hoard, 1235 Shatto St., Tiffany Apt. Los Angeles, Cal. Grace Holcomb, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Inez Jones, Lawrence Hospital, New London, Conn. Viola Keuer fMrs. Lief Ericksonj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Margaret Klein, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Lyle Mack, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Henry Michels, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Orlo Myra, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clifford O'Brien, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Leland Pettit, 637 Marshall St., Milwaukee, Wis. Althea Puerner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lester Puerner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Kathryn Roberts fMrs. L. Whilfordj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Evelyn Roberts, Edgerton, Wis. Harvey Royce, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Russell Smith, University, of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Elenore Waleska, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Marion Westphal, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mamie Will fMrs. Harry Model Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 3. Helen Zuehlke, 975 35th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Lydia Zutz fMrs. Wm. Harrisl Great Lakes, Chicago, Ill. 1920- Cora Anthes, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Laura Anthes, Red Granite, Wis. Mary Aspinwall, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. William Baker, Seattle, Washington. Lawrence Bellman, 16 E. Genessee St., Buffalo, N. Y. Harold Bennett, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Viola Bieck, Normal School, Whitewater, Wis. Cecil Brown, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Mary Burchard, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Ruth Burchard. Deceased. Leona Brxmham fMrs. Fred Gleiterj Sullivan, Wi-S., R. F. D. No. 2. Russell Burnham, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Reuben Dornbush, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Laura Graper, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Edna Habel fMrs. Carl Schmidtj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Laverne Holstein, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Vernon Hanson, Rockford, Ill. Irene Hoffman, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Paul Hubbard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 2. Martell Johnson, Madison, Wis. Temperence Johnson, Madison, Wis. Edward Jones, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Dorothy Mack, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Mavis Marsch, Ft..Atkinson, Wis. Alice Merrell, Rockford, Ill. Bernice Merriman fMrs. Ed. Ehlersb Ft. Atkinson, Wis Chester Miller. Deceased. Evelyn Kiesling fMrs. Gilman Skaarj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lorene Ralph, Appleton, Wis. Arthur Schrank, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clarence Sievert, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Edgar Smith, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Mary Vosburg, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Carl Wisch, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. ., R. F. D. No. 4. 106 , 0GEERaafLa.r4ll Doris Aspinwall, Mayo Bros. Hospital, Rochester, Minn. Marjorie Baker, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Glen Bell, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Thomas Burchard, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Eva Case,'Milwaukee, Wis. George Champion, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ruth Dieckhoi, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gertrude Hanna. Deceased. Walter Hartwig, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. George Heth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gladys Heth. Deceased. Stella Heth, Ft. Atkinson, Wis., R. F. D. No. 2. Curtis Kelly, Ripon College, Ripon, Wis. Ada Lieberman, University of Minnesota, 2891 Buford Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Donald Mack, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Robert Marshall, Waterloo, Wis. George Myra, Normal School, Whitewater, Wis. Alfred Nicolaus, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Lilas Notbohm, Ixonia, Wis. Herbert Ohl, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Margaret Platten QMrs. G. Genzj Iron Ridge, Wis. Merrill Puerner, Janesville, Wis. Ferol'Reynolds fMrs. Kurt Knollj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Carl Rhode, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gertrude Sengbush, 1335 Citrus Ave., Hollywood, Cal. Louise Sievert, Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, Wis. Alpheus Triggs, Oshkosh, Wis. Catherine Urban, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mildred Vickery, 210 E. Livingston St., Madison, Wis. Nancy Wallace QMrs. Robert Curranj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Spencer Ward, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Harry Weinberg, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Esther Westphal, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Shirley Wilcox QMrs. C. E. Klingj La Grange, Ill. Ivor Will Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elizabeth Wilson, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Harold Wilson, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Irmgard Zutz, 717 Epworth Ave., Winton Pl., Cincinnati, Ohio. 1922-Frank C. Bray, Principal, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Harriet Backes, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Mildred Buending, Northwestern College, Watertown, Wis. Arnold Bendig, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Norman Buending, Milton College,.Milton, Wis. Earl Binkert, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Isabelle Bennett, Milwaukee Downer, Milwaukee, Wis. John Buckingham, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Esther Bacon, Mayo Bros. Hospital Rochester, Minn. Mary Caswell, Nat'l Kindergarten, Chicago, Ill. Grace Crossfield, Lawrence College, Appleton, Wis. William Clark, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hortense Deahl, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Palmer Daugs, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Florence Dollase, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Glenn Downing, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Inez Groeler, Milton College, Milton, Wis. Wilbur Glover, Milton College, Milton, Wis. Richard Guetzlaff, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Irwin Guetzlaff, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Esther Guetzlaff, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Charlotte Hagemann, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. Leora Hake, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. 107 nw ft- -N- KgNi Q JCHOGEER' , , 9 Q 3 'WM . I L -fa-. ' "- 1 a. - kv Y W I ' A 1922-Continued Alvin Hausz, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edna Hummel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elizabeth Hoard, University of Wisconsin, 120 Langdon St. ,Madison Wis Joseph Heinze, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Norman Hohenstein, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Oscar Habel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ernest Hartwig, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Pearl Johnson fMrs. Wm. Goetzj 118 W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor, Mich Marion Kinney, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Dorothea Klement CMrs. Geo. Millerj Koshkonong, Wis. Kurt Knoll, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Violet Kiesling fMrs. Ira Godfreyj Watertown, Wis. Chester Krentz, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Katheryn Kahl, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Esther Lake, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. William Lohmaier, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Margaret Marsch, Mayo Bros. School for Nurses, Rochester, Justine Michels, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mollie Marshall, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Chester Mittag, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Robert Morris, Milton College, Milton, Wis. Armenia Mooradian, Milwaukee Downer, Milwaukee, Wis. Lucille Morris, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Harland Myra, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Lorine Niedecker, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Anna Ramsey, Wesley Memorial, Chicago, Ill. Vivian Rankin, Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, Ill. Jeanette Roper, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Margaret Scharf, Milwaukee Normal, Milwaukee, Wis. Alfred Schlegel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Juanita Schreiner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Norman Steinke, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Wilson Schultz, Evansville, Wis. Helen Simons, 106 Biddle Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Jack Smith, Merton, Wis. Forrest Striegl, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Richard Sund, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Raymond Turner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Carl Umland, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Harry Wegner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Esther Wendell, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mariette Whitney, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Mary Will, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lawrence Wegner, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Geraldine Wheeler fMrs. Howard Zeal Fall River, Wis. Harriet Westphal, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Gladiola Will, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Hazel Wisch, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. 1923- Ione Altpeter, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Luella Ammon, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Marian Bendig, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Laura Bienfang, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Oscar Bienfang, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ethyle Blazel, Oconomowoic, Wis. Betty Bright, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Emma Carman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Forbes Daniels, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lester Daugs, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Harold Downing, Racine, Wis. 108 Minn . . CUEEREEFQX ll 1923-Continued Warren Entress, Whitewater, Wis. Orlo Fink, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Clara Francisco, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Lillian Francisco, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Merle Gillard, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Doris Gillis, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Merline Graphine, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ethel Gray, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Esther Habel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. John Hagemann, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Elmer Hartmann, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Evelyn Huppert, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Harlow Klement, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. William Knueppel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Leona Kubitz, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Ray Kurtz, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edward Kutz, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gertrude Lange, Hopkins, Minn. Isabel MeMillen, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Warren Miller, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Edna Neidecker, Janesville, Wis. Marguerite Nettesheim, Elmira, N. Y. Arlene Noyes, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Majorie Nye fMrs. Harry Langholifj Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Arnold Oettmeier, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Wildon Owen-s, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Harold Pollock, Hoffman College, Milwaukee Wis. June Poole, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Blanche Reynolds, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Katherine Rickerman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Neal Rogers, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gilbert Schimmel, Milwaukee, Wis. Ethel Sherman, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Charles Shook, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Gilbert Sievert 640 E. 19th St., Erie, Pa. Doris Slocum, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Alfred Tonne, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Robert Tratt, 4831 N. Rockwell St., Chicago, Ill. William Tratt, 4831 N. Rockwell St., Chicago, Ill. Maurice Uherr, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Oscar Umland, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Marie Urban, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Bernard Van Horn, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Esther Waleske, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Jean Wallace, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Norman Whitney, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Goldie VVill, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Orland Zewgner, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Lucille Zwickel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Vivian Zwickel, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 109 1?HOGEER1fM1fQ21JI 7-YY W l I J 1 110 1 EXE PRIYE for the book con' of signatures on this Shop window., I . ll ti book: . 1 Ashggwgrx ogzbefore 1 2 E hlblt 2 must be Mlm -inud9"u' V 1925-f' llnnls Altrcuter, Irena Bossa, oeorge sz-mmal, Irene Broutr, 811: lan Rrqunty, Glursnot Bulnding, Varna Christ, luudi Cook, Buaillq Durant, Otto Ednarduv Grace lvatt, u Jannt Farnsworth, Glfflldl Frnnzel, Lorraine Ffuazel, A Ruth Gates, Robert Oluvar, Arthur Glovrr, Claude Guanthar, Alter Gustzlatf, lution Gunn, Lulll Hlbel, Yloriuvt Bail, Virginia Hutt, fusion blk, Gunsvitvt Hath, Ruth Hhllnl, Iran Jonas, Elisabeth Kaasube, Arthur Xioaling, Arona Klenent, Vbrona lemlnt, Willie: Iniluns, 719101 Knoll, Gladys Kuhlien, Lurvl Ruta, Glaxenoo Langholff, Ray Loo, Lada Ludomun, Arai: L cdtko, Puulinl Michele, Dorothy Morris Esther Morris, Ruth Morris, Blatriot H amann, Irons Pounder, violet Brennan, Karla Puarner, Eunice Rheinook, Russell Rhoinnok, Sa rge Riokcrnan, ' Dcug1aa.Rolthl1, vena Rong, lillial Roper,U Altria Schultz on-nu-as Schultz, Irlal Siovert, Harold Smith, Lyla Sand, Laura Wagn r, Emma wuggoman, 19274- Continued Aw "'e i nb rg, , Vildrcd moi 3, Wesley 'Btve1, Frwnoes Wicks, AruUnu Will, H rvny Y ndry, 19Q5- jo Rlvirg -11Qn, Vatu Susan- LGOUQ Bghngi, u Irma Bink rf GCOTgG B1 gs, Arvillg Rooms, Helen Hroyg Dorothy owrnes 9 Juun Garnekk. 2.4.1-i on Cl1.'If13ii0k,. Halen c:oo1c,' .,,q 5 Matin Cornish, John Ea1es, i , mm-Qorie Eu at 1 a, 2' Uprry Frohmader, larjorie Gebhardt Ilo T7 ro sa, Wanda Griene, Harlow Caell, Navin Huukbmrth, Helen N gewann, ,Esther Haiphi, -'xrivfflii T5.'.LPfTr'3, Lucille Hauer, Wesley Ueinfe, Elizabeth Pwvey, 'u well Wto'Ql, rm Web?-rg, GertruUe Uovnn, Wqrriet Jann, E11?3H iN JQH53, Mqw,3T1 Vlem mt, Luoile Vuhnert, Margaret Wuxi, Olive Yutr, Wufel Lanzol 1: v D f-V , - ' v argyn our ,hams y, Ysrncn Log , Inq Hplle vureden Arthur vcWitt, Jay Menzel, Eva Mueller, Catherine iettc.grim, Arthur Ott, F1oren,e Ott, Lorraine Puorner, La-.wr Rehbcrg- , Arnold Poinke, Mildred QoL,rf, W aof lothes 1 and 'oung .. . ,l? is always test styles ' it be for Lpring and zvell satis- lr lines at L "The Shop Z For Jvrenv 5 Are Sold Picture 'J If Framing Wallace T +, 'A '.,'. J 1.5 i A .L9py-- -if 7n':iw1.:.t2.G1g 7 -x Pla .1 .1 Ll - .. ' ' .'. V, ,W . " .Q -,yu . 4... , . VP ' 1, -,ff-. 1 .Q ,V ., ., ,- - ..,. , ,, 'Ir-S' ,-,:.. L.,,. 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JVIAS1-ERS JE WELER, Fort Ultkinson, Wisconsin BUY AT 9 BEEBE s School Supplies Candies So--1Oc and Variety Goods 53? 101 Main Street How Could You Do ithout Service? A "serve-self" restaurant may be all right, but the clothing business could not be run on that basis. Service has to go with every purchase. W'e begin serving you when we do our buying -we know you can't take time to check up closely on values, so we must use extra precautions to get only the most serviceable goods. No matter what you may choose out of our stock it must be satisfac- torv. VVe must serve you when you come into the store -we must not sell you what it's most to our advan- tage to sell, but we must help you buy what best fills your requirements. If it's a suit of clothes, our service extends to find- ing a fit as well as a fabric that pleases you. If you want advice we must be ready to advise in your in- terest. Our service must continue after the sale is com- pleted. The goods must reach you with reasonable promptness and in the best of condition. Oftener than you realize, perhaps, the Service you buy is of greater consequence to you than the Mer- chandise you buy. We hope youlll remember that sometime when you're tempted to buy clothing on the basis of no-service or service-in-name-only. lt simply doesn't work out in the clothing business, that's all. Jensen 8: Jones The home of Hart, Schaffner 8z Marx clothes 117 C. A. HENDYA ILLIARDS O W L I N G SHORT ORDER LUNCHES ICE CREAM 651' CANDIES The Best of Service At All Times N0 MINORS ALLOWED FORT BUICK COMPANY H VAILVEUUN-HEAD OVERHAULING OF ALL MAKES OF CARS Rf S vomscn ZATE?XF?i1'i'S 118 Genacanyon Bros. BILLIARD HALL CI GARS TOBACCO CI GARE TTES CANDY ' T 108 South Main Street FORT QATKINSON, WISCONSIN "White Treats You Right" White's Electrical Store "If You Havezft Had White You Haverft Had Light" ! IN CASE OF ANY ELECTRICAL TROUBLE TELEPHONE 54 WHITE,S ELECTRICAL STORE 71 North Main Street Fort QAtkinson, Wis. QX-ayXII3CIUf fb0 5531111-2152 I ,gg sa ' Q34 e s ,,:3:,,- ,.:::::-..-,1z..::.. A TRADE MARK Q . .:.. zz ..... Z S 4' W , SO WISE' JAMESWAY MAN UFACTURI NG CO. Fort Qfhkinson, Wisconsin 120 THIS BOOK was PRINTED by OUR CART DEPARTMENT We JVIake a SPECIALTY of High Class PRINTING IllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllIlllll I I ding .... Letter Heads Envelopes Cards Catalogs, Etc. Our orders for Printing are coming in from every state in the Union. There is a reason: WE RENDER,-, QUALITY SERVICE Send for SAMPLES and PRICE LIST W. D. Hoard CE, Sons Co Fort Qfltkinson, Wisconsin 12 ri? 3? Paid On Deposits am "IF YOU SPEND ALL YOU EARN THE OTHER FELLOW BANKS IT." F oft qfltkinson Savings Bank FOR T A TKINSOM - - WISCONSIN Uqnything In Or Home-Made Sausage or Lar A11 Kinds of Poultry, Fish and Oysters-in Season. Try our line of Soups and Canned Goods, Pickles and Sauerkraut JVIC MILLEN BROTHERS FORT QATKINSON, WISCONSIN i3,eCcFOft v Steam Laundry EI Weslegcield C9 Tonnc 'Proprietors II South Water Street Fort Qfltkinson, Wis. Practical 51196 Qigclilli With thirty-Eve years' experience in this line, I am prepared to do your REPAIR WORK Promptly and Neatly. O ERNEST ANHALT Two Doors West of Wicke's Store . . . HOW SHOCKING! Arnim L.: My dog kisses me every time I come home. Dorothy M. z Lucky dog. Mr. Beach: Where does the salt in the sea come from? Helen H.: lVasn't there a. man that had a salt mill and he dropped it in or something? Mr. Beach: Oh, here, here, science doesn't believe in fairy tales. YOU NEVER CAN TELL 'TILL YOU TRY J. M.: Did you ever read "To :1 Fieldmouse ?" F. M.: No, will he listen? ' CRUEL MOTHER Mrs. Clark: In case of an epidemic of smallpox, how would your mother prevent your getting it? G. K. She'd either have me vaccinated or shot. THAT IS TRUE, TOO Miss Hessing Cin English classj 1 lfVhat is Providence? Sophomore: The capital of Rhode Island. The Style Shop,J- Women's Ready to Wear Hemstitching 10e per yard. FORT ATKINSON WISCONSIN LOUISE BEAUTY SHOP age. On the Bridge Phone 262 Fort Atkinson, Wisconson 124 7 f 0P DIE SH Q I G00 FORT ATKINSON WIS. We Aim To Please COOL, CLE AN and INVITING A CHANCE T0 GET A S50 PRESENT I will buy a S50 suit or dress for the first member of the Class of 1924 who will bring to me the proof that any other Wiscon- sin Old Line Life Insurance Company is offering at as low a net cost a 20 year Endowment Policy to any boy 18 years old of good health as that given by the 1924 scale of THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF MILWAUKEE I am specifying the kind of policy and age in order to make the problem simple and definite. If it is impossible to get the suit in this manner, you can doubt- less save the price by getting your insurance from W. H. KELLY, District Agent. 125 AS USUAL2l.L THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT IS FOUND AT THIS THEATRE E C Y L i- Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin 1 The Crvstal, xvell ventilated and cleaned, is open everv evening, showing the latest and best in motion pictures. Miss Spry: John, liow did Lewis and Clark get over the Rocky Moun tains? John C.: In canoes. Miss G. Ilessing fin Modern History classj : This country is divided in to two pzirtsg the western part is Austria and the eastern part is Hungry. TRY IT, ARNOLD! l ! Mr. Bench: Arnold, what does the soil need most? Arnold R.: Humor Qmezming liumusj. SAY lT WlTl-l JEWELRY i q' THERE IS no token of love, sentiment or friendship that is not readily expressed in jewelry correctly chosen. qt FOR SUGGESTIONS, for appropriate ideas that in- volve expense only according to your wishes, we offer our stock and services as being most suited to your needs. CALL ON US AS YOU WILL TGUSLEY,JEWELER and Registered Optometrist FORT QATKINSON, WISCONSIN 126 Leadership- in good paying business positions is attained by young men and Women of superior training ADISON COLLEGE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Offers Intensive Courses in Higher Accountancy, Business Adminis- tration, Academic Preparatory, Office Technique, Stenography and Private Secretarial Work. A11 courses are of College Grade. L,4ddress The Registrar for 150 page Catalog MADISON, WISCONSIN BADGER LUNCH ICE CREAM, CANDIES and CIGARS POCKET BILLIARDS NEALS At All Hours EI MAX KARDATZKY, Prop. 17 Haumerson Hardware Company' Round Oak EAS Y Gas Ranges Vacuum Electric Washers Gebhafdt 85 Uherr' PLUMBING and HEA TIN G.4.fQ We handle Complete Line of ESTATE Gas Stoves 'Phone 187-I 102 No. g?l4ain Street Q7VIuel1er-Cory Hatchery' DAY-oL D QH ICK S Of All The Leading Standard Varieties Wisconsin's First Qjccredited Hatchery FORT ATKINSON, wls. 128 NO WONDER OUR TEACHERS GET TIRED Mr. Beach Qafter spending a half hour explaining the necessity of frie- tionj: For instance, if a boy was on a frietionless pond alone, he could not get off. Robert Glover: Couldn't you throw him a rope? "IT HAPPENS IN THE BEST OF REGULATED FAMILIES" F. H. S. Student: Mother, do all fairy stories begin with "once upon a time ?" Mother: No, some start with "I have to study at the library tonight." THE IMPORTANCE OF TENSE Teacher: XVere you here a week ago Tuesday? Freshie fafter a moment of thoughtj : I thought I was. Laura XV.: My brother had a gathering in his ear. Gladys K.: llow many came? George li.: Most of the people from abroad became neutralized when they came to America. 5' COOK WITH QD ll 'r V' MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIlllllllllwwllllllll IlIIIIIIIIIlIIIlllIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIl The IDEAL Fuel IT IS SAFE, SANITARY COOL and CONVENIENT ZR City Water, Light 81 Gas Commission 129 :fl X A V . ' 7,"f V, ww, JAH' . ,c c in SHOE I HA TS SHINING CLEANED PARL OR I 6359 BLOCKED PETER PAULOS Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin THE FORT ATKINSON CANNING COMPANY WE CA . . . CANNERS OF . . . Green Qas and Sweet Corn Boost your Home Industries by demanding and recommending their products. If your dealer cannot supply ours, telephone our office and we will see that you are supplied. N SHIP PARCEL POST PACKAGES FOR YOU P y N . 1 1 F1 X i , - - tl ,li .5 i ...- Q1 . 1- N- fy, , Wifi" 7 ' Ola V 'f I ' I 1 f X J . 1 Q-J. ,. U7 1 v ff 41 We-.' f xiii l n- Q " W X STI-IAM PRESSINU MACHINI: - if F 'QI' if xI"" MW' sf E WMIT TAG A t-JJDCIIEIICC -Dine IJ!! C1 ef ean Dry Cleaner and DY 130 Fresh Goods, Economy' Service and Courteous Treatment 'K 120 N gyllain Street 229 S. Qyllain Street T 1352: Great Qfitlantic CE, Paciiic Tea Co. H2112 Brg Mumba Gln. Dry Goods -Ei and .... Women's Apparel W' T VV O S T O R ES Fort Atkinson, Wis. Whitewater, Wis. UM The Bridge Next to lst National Bank 'Phone 16 'Phone 61 LAWTON HOTEL QA Good Place To Stop 'P R. T. LAWTON. Proprietor F011 yltkinson, Wis. 131 J. F. SCHREINEIL, H. 0. CASWELL L. B. CASWELLJR. President Vice-President Cashier' Charter No. 158 Organized 1863 First National Bank ,EE-s.Qii,.s.-.t .-.WE CAPITAL 3100000 fl? Surplus and Undifoided Profits over .B 100,000 FORT ATKINSON W I S C O N S I N Miss Spry: How do we get rid of Senators, Congressmen, Presidents, and Vice-presidents? the Ruth Morris: Impeach them. Miss Spry: All of them? Ruth: One ata time. IN FRENCH HE MEANS Arnim ftranslating French word "tablier"j 1 Skirt. Miss Hoppenyan Qcorrectingj: Apron. Arnim: 'I'hat's the same thing. NVcsley Heinze Qin Social Economicsj : Orchids are ilowers that grow. Miss I-l. Hcssing fpronouncing "lainentable"j: Don't make so much of men. CERTAINLY Ci. Schultz: There were about 4,000,000 men in the United States in 1789. Miss Spry: Yes, and there were probably some women, too. PATENT APPLIED FOR Ruth Morris: Janet, how do you swallow such hig words? Janet F.: Oh, that's easy. I take the l.iterary Digest. Abe. VV. Ctranslating Latinj : The Rhine river is very wide and high. 132 Schlei Drug Co PRESCRIPTION D RU G S T O R E WWW? HOME OF j ON TE E L Toilet Preparations H. W. 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Dexheimer' Drug Co 134 PROFESSION offers You the JVIost JVIoney AND THE HIGHEST SOCIAL STANDING Think of the outstanding men and women of America, and you will instantly recognize that of all professions, Business is the most im- portant. . Almost without exception, those who are the leaders in American Business fand that means the leaders in the wor1d's commercej began their remarkable careers as secretaries, bookkeepers, and stenograph- ers. They have won their way to the top because of their early training. Make your time and energy do something for you. Choose Business for your career. Choose the profession that guarantees you Success and Financial Independence. Why even consider put. ting in years of preparation for some other line when you can be in business quickly? Write, call or telephone for full information. It's free. JANESVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE Mr. Jeffords: Ivan, can you add to what has been given? Ivan: President Harding went up to Alaska and died from ptomaine poi soning he got from eating choke-cherries. .L.i.L-- SOMEONE IS ONLY "HALF THERE" Freshman: About how many students are there in your history class? Senior: Between thirty-nine and forty. ,liii Mr. Bingham Qin Chemistry elassl : If I mix sugar and water, what will I have? George Drewsen: Sugar-water. WHAT DA YA' MEAN, "FRESH" Mr. Beach Qin Biology elassj : I know these angle-worms aren't as fresh as you would like them. ,i. - NEW IDEA! Mr. Bray Qafter giving his Geometry class stringsj: Now tie a hole in your string. .-lil Mr. Bingham: Can you break up water? Junior: If it is frozen. 135 Wiclge's First Class Job Printing For-lx Good' Service Books and Courteous Trealmenl Catalogues Qzick Delivery The BEST Groceries Machine Composition 225 - 226 - 227 DEMOCRAT WNMANWNVVV PUBLISHING FORT ATKINSON, WIS. C O M P A N Y E529 Colby' Studio we photograph Elnything Anywhere, Day or Night. No charge for use of car to get on the job. We SPECIALIZE in- Good Portraits Enlargements Kodak Finishing Commercial Work Locket and Watch Photos Oil-Covered Photos Views and Landscapes Annual Photographs Wedding and Souvenir Photos Family Groups Church Groups 'Wy Mr. C9 Mrs. R. F Colby SUNDAY SITTINGS , By A,,poi,,f,,,e,,,, , , H Photographic Gxpcrls 136 On the Shoe Guarantees you. G. COPPI NS On the Bridge Bammel Bros. The Home of Dependable Furniture To those who know the meaning of Home: Good furniture and fur- nishings are "Emblems of Love." Love of life, of home, and family ties. YOU WILL BE REPAID FOR LOOK- ING UP YOUR FURNITURE QUESTION WITH US. We are interested in making the Home Beautiful. OOOLALM'Q0OO TAXI LINE DEPENDABLE SER VICE O O O W. E. Lalk Telephones 63g-64 137 -VZZESQ Well-Shod People Are . . . Best Equipped for Every Activity Of Life QQ Zeugner Shoe Store THE QUALITY HOU SE Lock 6 Wisch A Complete Line of Fancy and . Staple GROCERIES Fancy China and Crockery a Specialty QE Telephone 231 113 South JVIain Street THAT SOUNDS REASONABLE Miss Spry: Give a hindrance to westward migration. Luella Spitzer: Lack of poor roads. OH, MAN! ! Floyd B.: It all the girls went to Hong Kong, China, where would the P boys go . Peg G.: Give up. Floyd: They'd all go to Pekin. I Arthur K.: Election takes place the second Monday after the first Tues day in November. FRANK History Teacher: Arthur, keep your answers covered up. Arthur K.: There's nothing there to cover. Clarence L. ftranslating Latinj : He took her in marriage. Miss McLeod: "Use just plain "married" next time. Clarence: He just plain married her. 138 E. C. WANDSCHNEIDER Manufacturer gf High Grade Harness .5 COLLARS, SADDLES, ROBES, BLANKETS, FLY NETS, and a complete line of TRUNKS, BAGS and SUIT CASES. Auto Repair Work a Specialty 6 - 8 SOUTH WATER ST. HE SAID A MOUTHFUL John Eales: Can you keep a secret, George? George Drewsen: I'll tell the world. GREEN FRESHIE Soph.: I hear Herbert Wfisch went out for debate. Fresh.: VV'hat bait? NOW WHAT DID HE MEAN? Mr. Bingham: I have to conduct a mass meeting Friday. May I ewli on any of the lady teachers? Mr. Bray: If you take your wife along. WHY, HOMER! Mr. Bray: How would they build a iiavigntimi system in the United States? Homer R.: They would dam some river. NOT REALLY Mr. Beach fperforming an experimentj : Now, where will the height be? jay M.: In the tubes. lack awk Cavern FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN l The BEST HOTEL in Southern Wisconsin SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS '"""""'"""""""""'""""""e SERVED VV. H. BOWERS 31.00 Per Plate Pnopmarok, 139 The Thi rty-seventh Season f gp- I 'Q' .: "k,pP' ,vi ,N N IV . '?H"'---,,F4g' , ww.-as "iHE,fsfI"u ..---1.11.1 wr' X I WW- THE SAUSAG in the jone THE LARD i ::FOR,:: IUINIE S Dairy Farm Sausage E is made after a receipt used s family for five generations. s rendered in an open kettle. It has a flaky consistency and a superior sweetness. THE HAMS and BACON are carefully cured and slowly Jones smoked with green hickory. Dairy' Farm eeeeeee -+Fort Ultkinson, Wisconsin VLE - COMFORT-VALUE '-SERVIC IISI A.B.DOEPKE SHOES OF QUALITY FINE REPAIRINC- A SPECIALTY ATKINSON 140 66 0 99 ,Ser Ht WHERE FHQWQFS Flowers delivered anywhere in the United States or Canada, with- in a few hours' time. Order by telegraph, mail, or long distance telephone. Flowers For All Qeeasioirns ESQ CLOUTE BROS. Fruits and Vegetables Leading Brands of in Season Flour' LEONARD OTT GROCEL2-2 96 North Main Street Telephone 104 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIHHIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllillHH11HlllllllllHl1lIIllIIll1lllllI1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllilllllllllllllHllllllllllllIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ' 5,4 Good Place To Stop R. T. LAWTON, Proprietor FORT QATKINSON, WIS. 141 OH! I DON'T KNOW Miss Sprv' W'h'1t did tl in - . . ie people of the South do at the house parties the early days that they do today? Mildred W.: Drink. Miss Spry: Not today. Math. Teacher: Ilow much is minus 18 plus 32? .Iay M.: Minus 50. Math. Teaclieri Don't you believe in signs? AN INTERESTING NEWS ITEM George Washiiigton marched at the head of his regiment While crossing the Delaware in small boats. W1 HQNCNIII ICO' Iliiiikets 320 Whitewater gAve. I X MEN'S 'Phone 506 7 Sherman gAvenue 'Phone 223 QUALITY IVIEATS SAV E JVI O N E Y on your meat bills by our Cash and Carry plan of purchase. 114 "'Nuf Sed." fav I I FORT ATKINSON, WISCONSIN E E FA RNS WOR TH TONY AMUDIEFF Shoe Shining and Hai' Cleaning Parlor l 5 East Milwaukee Ulvenue Fort Ultkinson, Wisconsin 142 Furniture Rugs if c 5 GAO' W. C. BARTELT Highest Quality Lowest Prices How About ,EE .- w Your Future? Now is the time to decide this import- P ant question. What lll YOU b 10 W e years from today? A Success or a Failure? ASSURE YOURSELF SUCCESS BY ENROLLING WITH US Our Slogan: "100 out of 100 q7VIust Succeed" Earn Learn Write today for full particulars re- garding thisremarkableplanwhow it is possible for you to earn your expenses while attending School. HOF FMANN'S MILWAUKEE BUSINESS COLLEGE Third at Wells MILWAUKEE Established 30 Yrs, Over 20,000 Graduates , re Print Shop Highest Quality .sf Workmanship Right Prices 205W JVIair1 Street Fort gfltkinson, Wis. Telephone No. 550 Cleaning C F F E Pressing Dyeing H A E Plai ting ..Repairing.. GOODS CALLED FOR and DELIVERED W ell Cleaned and Pressed Means Well Dressed We Kleen Klothes Kleen and Korrectly' OHice-97 N. Qyllain St. Telepho 17 Do You Know- You can add dollars to the selling value of your property by the use of Trees, Shrubs, Vines, Eto.? 0 U R L ANDSCAP If D E PAR TM EN T ls ready to take this matter up with you. It costs you nothing to find out 'Q I what we can do for you. Write, Phone or Come and See Us. 1 5,4 Complete Line of General Nursery Stock T255 Coe Converse CH, Edwards Co. Q N UR S E R YM E N Fort QAtkinson, - - Wisconsin The Crystal Cafe ALWAYS THE BEST! U Qylleals at All Hours Ice Cream, Sundaes and Sodas 144 ..IN.. Dry Goods, Notions Ladies' Ready-To-Wear Prices The LOWEST- QUALITY CONSIDERED The best The new things AL WA YS FI RS T! Courteous, Efficient, "Smiling" SERVICE Neipert Dry Goods Co. Successor .to McAllister Fort Atkinson, Wis. Telephone 50 Exasperated Teacher: Here is someone who has spelled common thus comon. VVhat should we do about it? Betty Burchard: Put in another M. Mr. Beach: Cats, dogs, and cattle belong to the class of mammals. To what class do you belong, Chester? Chester M.: I come in with the cows. AMO TE Aryilla B.: Canyon help me in Latin, Mr. Bray? Mr. Bray: No. I don't know Elllytlllllff in l.atin except amo. . as BRIGHT BOY! Miss Hessing Cwhen VVillis raises his handj: Vtfillis? XVil1is XV.: Nothing. OF COURSE WE DO Miss Knilans fin Science classj : John, why do We feed lmalmies milk? John VV.: To make them stop crying.-Green Gossip. Arnim L.: I brought the wrong book. May I go and get the right one? Miss Spry: You may, but I feel sorry for you if you choose your wife that way. 145 J Royce-Holstein Lumber Company' LUMBER, FUEL -----U--- -ffANDf-ff - FEED MERCHANTS Grass Seeds, Cement, Liine, Sewer Pipe, Salt, Etc FORT QATKINSON WISCONSIN Fort Atkinson, Wis. F or WEAR, STYLE and FIT Wear the J, E, M, Shoe. . south Side... LJ- E- JVIACK Miss Spry: If there is anyone on the Joke Committee for the Annual here, I give them permission to look over these papers. Miss G. Hessing: NVhy did England finally stop using Australia just for a prison outlet? Victor S.: They discovered gold there and they didn't want the criminals to get rich, so they let other people in. LOGIC Mr. Beach: How would you attach this wire to the earth? Ella Mae Brounty: Bring some of the dirt up to it. Fort Atkinson Tire 81 Battery Company W General, Federal, Goodyear and Racine Horseshoe TIRES i Globe Batteries GASOLINE, OILS, RADIO SETS and SUPPLIES 4 So. Water St. East Telephone 301-W 147 L. C. REHM Up-To-Date . . . 1 Sanitary 211-I Barber Shopf Special attention given to hair bobbing and children's hair cutting. South Qflflain Street Fort Atkinson, Wis. Come In.. and let us show you the many ways in which our Bank Service will fit your particular needs Citifens State Bank Fort Atkinson, Wis. YOU KNOW Better' JVIi1k For Your Money' CLOVERGLOW FARM ...CALL ON... 'lie Hoffman Lumber' Co. Fort gAtkinson, Wis. For Lumber, Feed, Flour, Wood, Hard and Soft Coal, Plaster and Cement Telephone 112 You Can Always Do Better At The . . ot lng tore I111Il11HWIIIIIIIUIIIHHIUIUUUU11H11111WWIHUIIIIIIIIIHIHHHH1IWW11II1IHHIIIIIIHIIHHHIHUWUU1H111UlmIHUUVUIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIlllll1IIIIIII1IIIllllllH1WIHUUIUHWlmllHllllllllllillilllllll Q,4t The Bridge Y H RTMAN'S Q' H RDWARE 'D Carries a Complete Line of Combination and Gas Ranges GYRAFOAM-A New Principle in Washing JVIachines HEATING and METAL WORK Sporting Goods, Paints, Oils, Glass Etc., Etc. ZW T,,,,, 1,3 Ft. Atkinson, Wis. F. E. GREEN Fuel, Feed, Hay, Grain Telephone 219 316 Janesville gAve. 149 . QALVVAYS--WRITES-ALWAYS HEAFFER' SELF-FILLING PEN And POCKET PENCIL Fully Guaranteed iZifUZF,i'.f1f"55Zif ' J. W. GA TES Fort Qfltkinson Oil Co. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIHHIHKUIIIIVHUHHHHHHHUHVIVIIHVIHIIVVVIIIIllIIHVIIVIIIVVllIIHI1IHIVIIIlIIHIllVIVI5HVHIHIIHIIIIUHIIIIIIIVVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIXIIIIlmillllllllllllllllllIllllIlIllIHIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Straight Run Gasoline Kerosene Motor Oils Greases PROMPT SER VICE Phone 624 QA. RHEINECK, Mgr. C. f. 651' f. A. SMITH Ladies' Furnishings and . . . Q,4rt Goods Qu -Fort Atkinson, Wis. 150 ?fT0GEERRWfFi951ll ADVICE TO JOKE READERS lf to laugh at all these jokes You have to read them twice, You'll know you're in the class of folks VVho need this bright advice: Over your studies you must pour And a little knowledge reap, Because unless you know some more For you these jokes are deep. D. M. G. Schultz: There were about 4-,OOOILOOO men in the United States in 1739. HAVE A HEART, TEACHER Marion W.: Do you pronounce the name of that Russian dictator, Lenin? Miss G. Hessing: Put your eye in the other place. IT MUST HAVE BEEN LONG DISTANCE ELECTROPLATING unior: Mr. Beach used m f rin to demonstrate electro Jlatin in class . , . 5 today, and see, it s covered with copper! Freshman: VVhv didn't vou have him "reverse the char es F" . . E A MAN BEST UNDERSTANDS HIS NATIVE LANGUAGE Mr. Beach fgiving students of Biology some crabsj: Come, now, get your playthings to play with. Miss G. Hessing: Cecil, if someone handed you a five dollar gold bank note and a five dollar gold piece, which would you take? Cecil S.: The gold piece. Miss Hessing: Most children do like things that glisten. LIGHT OCCUPATION The following appeared on a type-written sheet, when a Junior struck an "i" instead of an "a": "A man was out tripping rabbits one day." BANG! ! ! There was a chemistry tuff Who mixed up a compound of stuff, He threw a match in the pileg And after a while They found his front teeth and a cuff. -George Drewsen. A VIOLENT MEASURE Miss Smith: Name a cylindrical measure used in the kitchen. 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