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

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X '14, .'.,X Q Q.-XXXQ . X ..X,,..M,4 mg, X .Xw ,Q .H SWL n " x .,.4 .X .. an ll 2. 'E ww. , f X. N an 'Ln Q3 ' . X .. Z' 31 ww .ff 2 EH ' Q1 X .X X..f -'- , X- 'lf XX' X. . H ,X X,.412XTXX. ...X :X X ' -X -XX- X? -if? , ..,. QQ, .5X,.,i- .f,,,X .. 4X - X g. -,X-5i4X - . L ' 'X fr. " Q'1'l7'fXpL-H wr . " . , hm .WH . X ,I M ,f H 1 d The TCHOGEERRAH Published by Tfye Clam 0f1930 FORT ATKINSON HIGH SCHOOL OGEERmfJ'0 II SCHOOL BOARD Director - - A. 1. GLOVER Clerk - - - j. F. SCHREINER Trmfinfer - E. C. HEDBERG A 44 OGEERfmQ5'0II FRANK C. BRAY Superintcmlmt A4 V HOGEERfgfP1fQT5N RAY F. BEACH Principal A 41 ' 961553 114936 N! Iii! lLl?' ' , N 3 r 3 , W I W ,i-,.-.-.il MARY E. SPRY BIQRTHA-x H. Sraxxuxluw History, Algebra Cum1nun'iul V' RAY F. B11Ar:H Science Y 4. . Lomsls CTONVICRSE LAxuR.x GR.'Xl'Iili English, I,1'b1'av'ian Latm, French - OGE AER Q13 All .. n. MRS. JOHAN NA CLARK , H.'XZEL Hussmu bflwol Nurxu English, Dmmatics CARRIE JOSEPHINE SMITH Nfathematics . A A Hours Hmm N. U4 ECKLIEY Coach, Plwsical Education Cllcmixtry, Agriculture Physiology OQEER figfijn Iluiwli Hl?Ifl'M.AXN Commercial BERTHA Scmvuo IVI.-XYIXIELLIQ Kfums Homu EL'l?1llWP1l'L'S RICHARD G. PETTINGILL History, Civics, Debate ADELE SToPPENBAc:H Home Economics, Biology Music OGEERMELUTO Il M FOREWARD If, when we of the class of 1930 have been scattered by the many demands made upon us by life's activities, this diary of one of the years of our youth shall prevent the thinning strands of friendship from breakingg or if, when our work in the world is pressing hard upon us, these pages shall bring a tear or a smile, a happy memory or a glow of pride, then will its publication be justified. GGEERIHHEFO II X! A I CREEK M611 Editors ...... Business Managers .,.,,. ..,.,.. Art ...... Athletics ...., Debate ...... Organizations .....,.. ...... Clee Club ...... Iokes ...... Dramatics ...... Contributions Calendar ....,.. Band ...... Frenclr Club.. TCHOGEERRAH STAFF FRED PIERITZ WILLIAM ROGERS RICHARD NINEDORF GLENN HENZE HARRY SCULLIN CARL LUEDTKE CLEMENT BRADLEY BERNICE BARTELT HOMER PURDY WALTER PELZER .......WARD RYAN CLARENCE MACLAURIN FRED MOORE ROBERTA ROBERTS MILDRED MUSSEHL ANNA LUISE EALES DOROTHY GADZENSKY .GERALDINE HOFFMAN WILMA GUMS JORIE LEONARD HAZEL LINTON .......ELMER FROHMADER MARIE EUSTIS HAROLD WISCH JOHN PONYICSANYI .......GERALD MUIR EVELYN REGLING HELENE GANSER VINCENT MATTHEWS ....,..ROLAND OLSON ARNOLD HOOK RUBY TRIELOFF VIOLET HEIDE LUCILLE HUMMEL MARION WEOGEMAN ELEANOR PARRERSON CHARLOTTE KLEMENT .......FRANCES BEAR PRUDIE MARKLEY h w J so OGEER HQTQII I LOUISE CONVERSE To Miss Converse, who has guided us through the years of High School life as our class adviser, given us unselfishly of her time as well as of her friendly, understanding interest, we, the Senior Class of 1930, dedicate this, our year book. May its pages bring her many pleasant memories. This Tree Is Dedicated To The SOLDIERS and SAILORS WHO DIED IN THE WORLD WAR They died that freedom might not perish from the earth. EDVCIN FROM.'XDIiR HENRY HEESH XXIARRIQN LoNc:I.EY VJALTER RICHIIRDS ARTHIYR S.-IIIR EDWIN BALDWIN VJ.-XRNER BoETTc1HER GIIY BLACK WILBIIR CoNvIsRsE PAUL FLORIN Beqixeathed in perpetuity to the memhers of each Senior Class of the High School who will preserve :md care for it amd thus keep green its hrzmches in memory of these true sons of the repuhlie who nurtured the tree of liherty with their hlood. h h J ' V OWERWLQTUI1 In illllrmnriam I X p l n ALFRED WUNDEROW Oh! what a shadow o'ev the heafrt is flung, When peals the 'requiem of the loved and young. HOGEERHEWQNGQI k X 4 , Q Qxgfl ' f V O fo ', M I , I 1 . ,-9 s . . 4: x " 5 ' + Q ff: K.A 4 X 1 ,AX N l OQS,,X . it ,XV -- ...,.q-- I 7 Wx X brig' xl . - Q vo' mm l x 4: NSN fw 'owvww' , K IW' fr . ,A 1 061412 '- xxx Q m , !l1? L 4 rLK f M -A If X X I XX +1 A H- - w , X f, xw f -- ., aw 4 , ,. - 1- w f XR fn X f -I wkkxx V, .-f 4 . fx X W f , X :X-.x 'I jp . A 5 mx Q b X X X KN! 'iff VW X-xx I mim yf 6 OGEER 5950! W OFFICERS President ........,....... W1LL.ARD WANDSCHNEIDER Vice President. .,,......,... ...... . Secretaryffreasurev .... ....,..... F R CLASS FLOWER Pink Rose CLASS COLORS Green and White CLASS MOTTO "Character, not Fame" .GEORGE Sw ART ED PIERITZ V v " 3 OGEER Y. v -- - Anthes, Irene+"Jake" r W' A good scout and a perfect lady. Clee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club ,l. 2. 3. 4: Tennis I. Z: Basketball 4: Sextet 3. 4: Band 3. 4: Annual Stall 4: Camp Fire l. 2. 3. Banker, Lorraine-"Rain" Never idle a moment. College Course. Dramatic Club l. 2. 3. 4: French Club 3: Band 3. 4: Def elamatory l. Z. 4: Clee Club I. 2: Class President l. Bartelt, Bernice-"Bernie" Here's to the girl with the heart and smile Wliii makes the bubble of life worth while. College Course. Clee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4: Prom Chairman 3: Cheer Leader 41 Annual Staff 4: Girls' :Xthletie Association 4: French Club 3. 4: Honor Roll 41 Salutatorian. Bear, Frances-"Fran" Easy to look at. better to know. Commercial Course, Dramatic Club 4: lirench Club 3. 4: Glee Club 3. 4: l"rom Committee 3: Annual Statl 4: 3. Girls' Athletic Association 4: Class I l lay 4. Ben-r, Dorothy-"Beter" A quiet and diligent student is she. Commercial Course. Dramatic Club 4' Honor Roll 4. Braatz, Margaret-"Mickie" She's too agreeable to make an enemy. English Course. Clee Club l. Bradley, Clement This chappie's success in things drama' tic. Witliiwtit a doubt is most emphatic. College Course. Dramatic Club I. 2. 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Class President 3: Declamatory 3, 4: Oratory l: Glee Club 2. 4: Annual Staff Z. 3. 4: Prom Committee l, 2. 3: Dramatic Club Q President 3. 4: Class Play 4. E , l Bramer, Lloyd-"Rickie" ' Vv'orry and I have never met. -English Course. h V 'W cv- OGEER C 0 Brounty, John-"Jack" He's pretty quiet: not much noise, But one of Fort's most busy boys. Agriculture Course. "Ag" Club l. 2. 3, 4: Agriculture State judging Conf tests 1, 2, 3, 4. Butcher, Genevie-"Gen" Handy with her pen, clever with her tongue. Gen's a firm friend of most every one. Latin Course, Clee Club 4: Girls' Athletic Association 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3: Dramatic Club 4: Annual Staff 41 Cheer Leader 4: Orchestra 41 National Honor Society 3. 41 Honor Roll 4. Cole, John-HBO" Alas, Alas! Alack. Alackl Wl1mJ's going to get our quarterback7 English Course. Football l, 2, 3. 4: Basketball l. Z. 3: Track 2. 3, 41 Class Treasurer 21 Clee Club 4: Baseball l. 23 Club 4: uHifY" Club 41 Class Vice President 3. Cross, Arvilla How her fingers flow, light. light. lighter, As they tap out words on the old type' writer. Commercial Course. Eales, Anna Luise-"Ann" Ah. to journey ever in a little Ford! Latin Course. Dramatic Club 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Class Secretary 2: Prom Committee 31 Debate 41 Annual Staff 4: Camp Fire I. 2. 3: Class Play 41 Honor Roll 4. Engel, Marie A girl with hair of blondest hue. Who's always ready her part to do. Commercial Course. Glee Club l. 3. Eustis, Marie-"Curly" Friendship with lvlarie you'll never rue, She's always laughing and never blue. English Course. Glee Club l. 2, 4g Dramatic Club 2, 3. 4: Tennis Club lg Prom Committee 3: Annual Statl' 43 Band 4. Falk, Hazel-"Kate" Keep close to the shore: let others ven- ture on the deep. Commercial Course. Girls' Athletic As' sociation 4. v 41 Falk, Luella Sincere and true. and strives in all her best to do. Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club Z, 3, 41 Band 4. Farnsworth, Kathryn-"Kay" The load becomes light when cheerfully borne. College Course. French Club 3, 43 Clee Club Z, 3: Dramatic Club 4: Camp Fire 1. 2, 3. Florin, Elmer-"Emmy" No use have I at all for girls, They scare me when they shake their curls, English Course. Football 4: Track 4. Frohmader, Elmer-"Emma" Young fellows will be young fellows. English Course. Glee Club 41 Annu- al Staff 4: Dramatic Club 4: Track 4: Football 3 . Gadzensky, Dorothy-"Dot" Life is not so short but there is always time lor courtesy. Commercial Course. Dramatic Club 4: Annual Staff 41 Honor Roll 4: Grabill, Elizabeth-"Betty" Deep brown eyes running over with glee: Bonnie brown eyes are the eyes for me. French Club 3. 4: President of French Club 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Camp Fire 1. 2, 31 Prom Committee 3: Ten' nis Association lg Honor Roll 4. Gums, Wilma-"Billie" The 'gooder' I try to be, the 'worser' I am. Commercial Course. Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3. 4: French Club 3, 4g French Club President 4: Prom Committee 3: Annual Staff 4: Camp Fire 1, 2. 3: Girls' Sextet 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 4: Commerf cial Contest 2: Honor Roll 43 Class Play 4. Hake, Ira-"Captain" 'True to his word. his work, his friends. Commercial Course. Glee Club l, 4: Dramatic Club Z1 Band 3, 4. GGEERISAQLQ 0 yx v it W OGEEH ll "' Heide, Violet-"Vi" She excels in her studies and in tickling , the ivories. 1 l 1 High School and Clee Club Accom' panist 2. 3. 4: French Club 3, 4: Dra' matic Club 1. 2. 4: Band 3, 41 An- nual Stall 4: Camp Fire 1. 2, 3: Girls' Athletic Association 4: Honor Roll 4. Commercial Course. Clee Club 1: Heinz, Ilow--"Heinie" One of the 57 varieties. English Course. Football 1, 2, 3: Bas' ketball 1, 2, 3: Captain 3: Baseball 1, 2: Track 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 4: "HifY' Club 4: Club 4. s Henze, Glenn-"Red" His cardinal virtues are in his hair. College Course. Football 1, 2, 3. 43 Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4- Club 2: "HifY" Club 4g Annua Staff 4, i Hinkel, Erma A gay little lass and full of pep. To keep up with her you sure have to step. Commercial Course. Dramatic Club 4: Annual Staff 4. Hoffman, Geraldine-"Gerry" When we say "Gerry," what do you do? You think of "Freddie," We do. too. Latin Course. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Annual Representative 1: Declamatory 2, 3: Annual Stall' 4: Prom Committee X 3: Camp Fire 1, 2. 3: Honor Roll 4. Holsworth, Lois She smiles and says nothing: how nice it would be If only others could be more like she. Commercial Course. Dramatic Club 3, 4. Hook, Arnold-"Hooker" He has an innocent face, but you never can tell. Agriculture Course. "Ag" Club 1. 2, 3, 45 State Agriculture judging Con' tests 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 4: Orchestra 41 Annual Stall 4g Honor Roll 4. 1 Hummel, Lucille 1 This lass so neat with smile so sweet Will win the good will of all she'll meet. English Course. Dramatic Club 43 Camp Fire 1, 2: Annual Staff 45 Girls Athletic Association 4. IN A ,GEEK H m sf Kiesling, Floyd ' He is the ver embodiment of a real ' Y -. lriend and man. Agriculture Course. Band 3, 44 Track 4: Ag Club l. 2. 3, 4, Klement, Charlotte-"Bob" She smiled on many just for fun, 1 Still, we knew there was only one. College Course. French Club 2, 3: Band 3. 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 44 Annual Stall 4. Koch endorfer, Florence-"Floss" , Men may coine and men may go, ' But I go on forever. Commercial Course. Kreutz, Doris-"Dory" Time for amusement, time for fun, l But never 'til her work is done. College Course. Clee Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Dramatic Club l, 2. 3, 4: French Club 3, 45 Declainatory 1, 2g Honor Roll 4. Kuhrt, Helen-"Shrimp" jolly, happy. and full of fun, Ready to get along with any one. English Course. Dramatic Club 4. Kunz, Eva-"Coonie" Eva. Eva. a girl so sweet, Many a heart lor her will beat. Commercial Course. Glee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4. Kutz, Karl Agriculture Course. Football 2, 3. Langholff, Marion-"Mousie" Be not simply good-be good for something. English Course. Glee Club 1: Drama' 3 i tic Club 43 Girls' Athletic Association 4. NW? .1 0 K 4 s Vggimi ' OGEERA 1,3 Lemke. Velva-"Curly" Calm sweet eyes and wavy hair. Untroubled mind: her type is rare. Commercial Course. Clee Club l. 2. 3, 4: French Club 3. 41 Dramat.c Club 4: Camp Fire l. Z, 3. Leonard, Marjorie-"Margie" just like uMargie" there is none. She excels in everything promising lun. Commercial Course. Glee Club l. Z. 3: Secretary and Treasurer 2: Dramatic Club l, 2. 3. 4: Camp Fire l. Z. 3: Or' ehestra 2. 3. 4: Tennis l. Z: Prom Com' mittee 3: Annual Staff 4: Girls' Athf letie Association 4. Linton, Hazel-"Linty" I have a little shadow That goes in and out with me, Modern Classical Course. Clee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club 1. Z. 3. 4: Treasurer of Dramatic Club 41 French Club 3, 4: Vicefpresident of French Club 4: Girls' Athletic Association 4: Prom Committee 3: Annual Stall 4: Girls' Sextet 3. 4: Camp Fire l. Z. 3: Honor Roll 41 Valedirtorian. Linton. Nathaniel-"Buster" l heard him walking across the lloor As he always does. with a heavy tread. Commercial Course. Football 3: Track 41 Dramatic Club 41 Class Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4. Maclaurin, Clarence-"Coon" Why hurryf' The day's long. English Course. Annual Stall' 4: Clee Club 41 Baseball l. 1. Maclaurin, Robert-"Mac" Wie can't all be great men. but that's your hard luck. College Course. Track 3: Clee Club 4: Baseball l, 2. Markley, Prudie-"Prudy" Better be out of the world than out ol' fashion. College Course. Glee Club lg French Club 3. 41 Dramatic Club 41 Annual Staff 41 Camp Fire 1, 2. Mason, Gertrude-"Gert" When Gertie leaves us. wherever she goes: She'll leave behind more friends than foes. Com mereial Course. N M X! ' ei l l Mathews, Vincent-"Vinnie" I'm hunting for the man who invented work. English Course. Band 3, 4, Glee Club 4. Mattoon, Charlotte My love is centered without this city's walls. English Course. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Camp Fire 1, 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 3. Meracle, Robert-"Bob" Proof that 'Meracles' still happen. Agriculture Course. State Agriculture judging contest 1. Z, 3, 4: Agriculture Club, SecretaryfTreasurer 3. 4g Track 4. Meyer, Lucy The inseparable two-Lucy and her Essex, Commercial Course. Miles, Phylliss June-"Phil" The very room 'cause she was in Seemed warm from floor to ceilin'. College Course. Glee Club 3, 4' French Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1 2, 3, 4. 1 s Miller, Shelbourne It tires me to be a member of this universe. English Course. Football 3, 4. Morig, Paul God's gift to women. College Course. Football 2, 3. Dru' matic Club 41 C-lee Club 4 Mueller, Alene-"Miller" To those who know her not, No words can paint: And those who know her Know all words are faint. College Course. French Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 43 Band 3, 4: Orchesf Q tra 4: Annual Staff 41 Camp Fire 1. 2. 3: Girls' Athletic Club, Vice President 4, Honor Roll. OFFER ggr0ll F v . 1 5 2 E Q- ER A 30 V OQE- af!! " Muir, Gerald-"Skipper" Old Rough and Ready--V Colne what may. The "Skipper" is happy all the day. College Course. Football l, 4: Track 3, 4: Debate 4: Annual Staff 4: Clec Club 4: Drum Major 3, 4: Hi'Y 4: MF" Club 4: Boy Scouts l. 2, 3. 4: Draf matic Club 2. 3. 4: French Club 3, 4. Mussehl, Mildred-"Art" ln athletics our "Art" does shine. In music to she's right on time. Commercial Course. Band 3. 4: Clee Club I. Z, 3: Dramatic Club l. 2. 3. 4: Camp Fire l. 2, 3: Annual Stall 4: Girls' lntrafrnurals 4: Tennis Associa- tion l, 2: Honor Roll. Ninedorf, Richard-"Dick" ln tossing the pigskin and also in track This boy is hne, no denying the fact. College Course. Football l. 2. 3, 4: Basketball l. 2. 3. 4: Track I. Z. 3: Tennis 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2: Glen Club 4. Olson, Roland-"Rollie" If I love, what business is that of yours? College Course. Football 2. 3, 4: Track Z, 3: French Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Glee Club 4: Agriculture Club 1, 2, 4: HifY 41 HF" Club 4: Annual Staff 4. Parkerson, Eleanor-"Nell" It isn't hard to smile. Try it sometime. Modern Classical Course. Dramatic Club 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Asspciation 4: Annual Staff 4: Honor Ro . Passer, Clarence-"Passer" There's always a crowd when Clarence does play: A famous musician he'll be some day. Commercial Course. Orchestra l. Z, 3, 4: Band 3, 4. Pelzer, Walter-"Walt" A very good modeler here we see, Some day a sculptor famed he'll be. Agriculture Course. State Agriculture Judging Contest 4. Picritz, Fred At the head of the Annual hc's been a success, 'Ere long his own paper will go to the - press. EnglishfScienti6c Course: Band 3. 4: Annual Stali 3. Editorfin-Chief 4: Class SecretaryfTreasurer 4. i i V 1 CJGEER 3 3 Pitzner, Foster-"Bus" 1 On Chemistry I simply dote. But girls do really get my goat. Q Commercial Course. Band 3. 4: Ten' nis I. 2. Ponyicsxmyi, john-"Johnnie" Full of fun, of pep, of vim. Knowing "Johnnie" is liking hiln. Commercial Course. Football 1. 2, 3. 4: Truckwl, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 4: An- nual Stall 4: Basketball l. 2. 3, 4: "F" Club 4. Ponyicsnnyi, William-"Billy" Football. basketball, yes, and track too, Billy Pony, we're lor you. Agriculture Course. Football 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: "F" Club 4. Regling, Evelyn-"Evy" Not that l love study less, but I love lun more. Commercial Course. Girls' Intraf murals 4: Band 3. 4: Glee Club 4: Draf matic Club 3, 4: French Club 3. 4: An' nual Staff 4: Honor Roll. Reinkc. Lucille-"Lou" Those bells that ploclaim silence I give but scanty heed. English Course. Glee Club l. 2. 3: Dramatic Club Z, 3, 41 Camp Fire 2. 3: Girls' lntrafrnurals 4. Roberts, Roberta-"Bert" Bert's a whiz in things athletic Many's the lad thinks her smile esthetic. Commercial Course. Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4: French Club 3: Band 3. 4: Commercial Contest 2: Girls' Athletic Club 4: Prom Chair' man 3: Annual Stall' 2, 4: Cheer lead' cr -lg Honor Roll. Rogers, William-"Bill" XVillic has a will: but will he? Latin Course. Tennis 1: Football 1: Annual Staff 4: Octet 4: HifY Club 4: Class Play 4. Roglitz, Carl Ready and true in every need, Such men they say are friends indeed. Commercial Course. Football Z, 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Track 2. 3: Glec l Club 4: Boys' Octet 4: Prom Commit' 5 tcc 3: HifY 4: "F" Club 4: Secretary' ' Treasurer 4: Dramatic Club 2, 4. l l CGTEER 'll Rose, Arlene-"Bunny" I've always liked school. at least the vacation part of it. English Course. Dramatic Club 4: Girls' lntrafmurals 4, Ryan, Ward Wlien the question gets a little tough. Why, just try a little blutl. Modern-Scientihc Course. Football l, 3, 4. Debate 2. 3. 4. Annual Staff 2. 41 Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3. 41 Class Vice' President lg Class President 1: Glee Club I: Oratory 4: Extemporaneous Speaking 41 HifY President 4: Prom Committee 3: HF" Club 4: Class Play 4. Schreiner, Lucille-"Tubby" Fat people are usually good natured. and she's no exception to the rule. English Course. Glee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Girls' Sextet 4. Dramatic Club Z. 3. 4. Scullin, I-larry-"Unk" We Want to win. That's why we shout. uUnk. shoot it in!" Commercial Course. Football 3. 4: Track 2, 3: Basketball 3. 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Honor Roll. Sievert, Frank Never hasten anything. there is plenty of time. Agriculture Course. Agriculture Club l. 2, 3, 4. Swart, George At all I laugh, he laughs no doubt The ditlerence is. I dare laugh out. English Course. HifY 4: Class Vice' President 4g Dramatic Club 3. 41 Clee Club lg Band 3, 4: Orchestra l. Z, 3. 4. Trieloff, Ruby Her circle of friendship will ever grow For she's a girl it's nice to know. Commercial Course. Class treasurer l: Band 3, 4: Cvlee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Annual Staff 41 Girls' Athletic Association 4. Turner, Louis-"Looy" There aren't so many with black curly hair: Boys like "Looy" are mighty rare. English Course. Band 3, 4: Orchestra 3g Dramatic Club 4g Glee Club 4. 'w ii , - Prfffix .J L - QGEER ll Vcnaas. Russell-"Rusty" ' I I like work. it fascinatcs mcg 1 l can sit and look at it lor hours. C College Course, Orchestra Z. 3. 4: Band 3. 41 Clcc Club 4: Dramatic Club 43 French Club 3. 4. W'ahl, Donald-"Jack" Wlia1t's this about mc being small? You havcnlt got mc right aftalll English Coursc. Band 3. 4: Football 4, Wahl, Dorothy-"Dodie" Quictll Maybc. Bashful? Shy? Pshaw! Catch that twinkle in hcr cyc. English Coursc. Band 3, 4: Glcc Club l. 2. 3. 41 Dramatic Club 2, 3. 4. Wahl, Leonard ls hc bored or is hc shy. Can't hc talk or won't hc try? English Course. Band 3, 4: Football 1. 2. Wandschneider, Marion--"Mose" Not a pcach and not a pcarl But a wondcrlul allfaround girl. Conuncrcial Course. Clcc Club l: Dramatic Club 41 Girls' Athlctic As' sociation 4. Wfandschneidcr, Willard His nlccp bass voicc is line to hear. His football playing dcscrvcs a chccr. Collcgc Coursc. Football l, 2. 3, 4. Captain 4: Baskctball 3: Track 4: Band 4. Orchestra l, 2: Oratory 43 Frcnch Club 3. 41 Dramatic Club 2. 3. 4: HifY Vicc Prcsidcnt 45 Glcc Club 45 Club 4. Prcsidcntg Class President 43 Class Play 4. Wcckler. Lucile-"Lucy" She spcaks. bchavcs and acts just as she should. Commercial Course. Glen Club l. 2, 3, 41 Dramatic Club l. 2, 3. 4g Honor Roll. Weggeman, Marion-"Weggeman" Shall l lct my hair grow this ycar. ncxt l year. or not at all? English Course. Glcc Club Ig Dra- matic Club 4: Annual Staff 4. l I OMR 15950 ll Wliere we walk to school each day, Indian children used to playa All about our native land, Wliere the shops and houses stand. Will, Anna After "Pickles" was played she made the vow That opera fame she'd gain somehow. English Course. Glee Club l, Z, 3. 41 Girls' Sextet 3. 4: French Club 3. 4: Dramatic Club 4: Prom Committee 3: Class Play 4. Willitz, Margaret-"Peggy" A reddy head--a helping hand-W A soul that strengthens friendshipkband. Commercial Course. Dramatic Club 4. Wisch, Harold-"Babe" The word "impossible" is not in my dictionary. AgriculturefScientific Course. Farm Me' chanics Contest 2: Dairy Products judg' ing Team 3: Poultry and Eggs judg' ing Team 3: lntra-murals 4: Clee Club 4: Annual Staff 4. Young, Ardine-"Dolly" She laughs a laugh fringed round with little laughs. Commercial Course. Glee Club Z. Zeidler, Margaret-"Mugs" l've nothing to say and little of that. Commercial Course. Dramatic Club 4. Zirath, Alex,-"Gabby" And now for "Gabby" let's give a cheer, Too bad he can't be back next year. College Course. Football 1. Z, 3. 4: Captain 3: Basketball l, 2, 3. 4: Track i 2, 4: Baseball I, 2: Glee Club 4: "F" l Club 43 Hi-Y 4. And the trees were very tall, And there were no streets at all, Not a church and not a steeple- Only woods and Indian people. Only wigwams on the ground, And at night bears prowling round-- What a different place today Where we live and work and play. MILDRED MUSSEHL M 'X-vuf Q, A OGEERfmQ?0II ' . sr -:di iw? Q, v l'E,r-,ml ll Dwk "Gen " vCurbf" J ' 'Big 51,+e,,k.1,, nfl" CCH? "f7hif" OGEER Il Vcronica Duane Rudcrick Wlmitc Nancy Wlxitc . Maitland Wlmitc Etta ......... G. T. Wgtrrclm .. Gcutfrcy Niclwls hilllt' ......... Prtzlnptcr . Costumes . Llglmts ........... St'unc1'y Nlauagcr Assistants . l'rupcrtics . CLASS PLAY CAST XVILMA Gtmis . . CLHMIQNT BR.'XDI.liY .. ArxN,x Ll'lSIi E.x1.1ss . . W.-xnlm RYAN . . Fmxctlzs Bram .. W1LLl.'xrw1 Rotaius . . 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Lillian Jenkins. Doris Swart, Della Florin. Elwood junghans, Lloyd Sweet. Ruth Florin. Weston Kestol. Robert Timhlin. Norman Francisco. Ruth Kohls. Minnie Venaas, Dorothy Frisk. Elwood Krening. Russell XValt. Leo Ganser. Helene Lackey. Robert Westphal. Laura Glzissel. Olive Lemke. Hilda Westphal. Victor Gottsehalk, Howard Lloyd, Claire Wetzel. Walter Graper. Homer Ludeman, Mary Wheeler. Josephine Green. Loren Miller, Aaron VVill. Alhert Guetzlatf. Ruth Miller. Lynne W'isch. Helen Hahel, Harry Morris. Vernon Zeh, Loretta Mid-Semester juniors Banker. Lorraine Halverson, Robert Miller. Donald Boszhardt, Mary Kressin. George Moore. Frederick Hahel, Carl Luedtke. Karl Rurnary. Harold ffx l BRN V im R915 A OGEER 'll SOPHOMORES liatien, Harry Heth, Alvin Bennin. Verna Heth. Lucille Bieniang, Mae Hinkle, Leland Bienfang, Robert Kiesling, Ethel llraatz, Ulysses Klement. Norma Bramcr, Myron Koenig, Royal Brown, Kenneth Krause, Raymond Bullock, Thomas Kreklow, Lucille Carnes, jessie Kressin, Russell Chase, Stinson Kutz, Dorothy Daniels, Frank Larson, Violet Daullenhaeh, George Lenz. Adella Downing, David Lewis, Vosse Falk, Eva Loga, Addison Fischer, Lawrence Machgan, Agnes Fleck, Frances Marshall. Josephine liranzel, Marian Meilahn. Ruth Frohmader, Ethel Messmer, Donald Fromader, Margaret Mtmorc, Lois Gallitz, Martin Olson. Ralph Gilhenz, Frank Parkerson. Mary Granzow, Dorothy Pennypacker, Betty Graske, Hazel Puerner, Mary Hanson, Harold Purucker, Edwin Hartmann, Elizabeth Rahe, Paul Heitz, Clayton Ramsey, Lucille Hensch, Gertrude Ramsey, Luella Rehhaum. Arvella Rennenio. Gertrude Richards, joseph Roe, james Roglitz. Lyle Ryan. jean Schatszschneider, Clarente Schilling, john Schultis, Mayhelle Scavert. Vv'oodrow Sievert. Qtto Slater. Edith Strickland, Mary Trotts. Dean Turner. Dorothy Voshurg. Allan Vvlalt. Leo Vv'alt. Lyle Wandschneider. Doris Wilcox, josephine Wilke, Evelyn Will, Charlotte Will, Dorothy Will. Helen Williams, Pearl W'illitZ. Ruth Yandry, Willard E, DZ? is A LL 5 TU 553 E. X5 SCHOOL EMERY JUNIOR HIGH Ov - V CGEER 250 ll 5 "wr " . ,N 3 I 'fish I M , - :V - A ,,IawQ'vg JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY w LOUIS LEAI4 fPriucip:Ilj ..,,wY,,.....,,...,....V.... . ....,....Y.......,...,..,..,....,, PcIInIzmship, Scicucc KATHERINE HIIIBARII AA...LL.LL ,..vL.LL.A,.. E nglish, Latin RUBY STEARNS ....vL,.LA...,A .,..,A, A lgcbra, Spelling Bussm MCCOMII ..... .L...... M urhcxmtics ELILAINIIR RAIJER v,A., ,....,..,,,,...,. H istory LJLADYS BERIQHOLZ ,,,L.. YL.Y.....YL,,.. G cogrzIplIy D,NNIEL LARSON .,.,,,. ,......,I....,..,. M zmual Training ANNIX FADNESS ..,.,,, ....,,......,w,.......Y,.,....,....... E nglish WINIFRED EIISALL ..YI,. LI...... E nglish, Civics, Geography W., IN A OGEER HM Anderson. Edmund Anderson. Norman llammel. Lillian Bauer. Leroy Bear, Mary Berg. Edna Berkley, Romaine Binkert. Edgar Birtwistle, Muriel Bretzman. Leila Carnes, Francis Clark. Rohert Craig. Lawrence Curran, Ruth Delforest. Rohert Deliarske. Carl Denzin. Evelyn Denzin, Roy Doepke. Howard Dollase. Harriet Dollase, Hazel Duren. Reginald Endl. Gerald Erni. Arthur Falk, Vietor Fasshender. Harlow Fisher. Virginia Fleck, Ruth Francisco. Vera Frentzel. W'arner Fromader, Ethel Gauger. Avis Gess, Irene Gilhert. Dwight Goodrich. Charles Goodrich. Robert Gottsehalk. Ruth FRESHMEN Graf. Harold Mittelstadt, Eva Graf, Vernon Noel. Richard Gruetzman. Harold Olsen. Ray Haekharth, Elmer Haekharth. Esther Helwig, Adelin Hath. Esther Hoffman, Geraldine Hook. Leonard Muettner, Margaret janney. Edward johnson. Norris jones. Marion justman. Harriett Kammer, Dean Kempe. Irving Kitzman. Arthur Koenigs. Raymond Koenig. Royal Krause. Luella Krueger, Rohert Laeke Marie Olson, Marguerite Pautseh. Harriet Pelzer, Edward Peterson. john Ponyiesanyi. Carl Poole. Theron Poplee. Williiim Purdy. Marion Reichert, Rudolph Reinke. Norma Roe. Lorraine Roglitz, Stanley Rose, june Rummary. Donald Sehall. Virginia Schroeder, Huhert Schultz. Wilhei' Snyder. Harlow y, Spitzer. Harold Lanzel, Jeanette Stallrude. Alma Steinlce, Adeline Tatro, Williziiii Teller. juanita Turner. Dorothy Urhan. Rosemary Wiiiidselineider. Donald Weckler. Lloyd Westplial. Paul Will. Bessie Wittiiiziii. Florence Wrilff. Edward Leiske, Dorothy Leonard. Mae Lesehinsky, Forrest Leuder. Leona Lewis. Doris Lough, Billie Luecler. Leslie Maehgan, Esther Main, Helen Maryott. Lola May, Pauline Mertsehing, Adolph Zilhll. Earl Miller. Hazel Zeb. Irene Miller, Jerome Ziekerman. William Missfeldt, john OGEER . :EBDI M QUARTERBACK LINES FORT Tell me not in snoreful mumbles Footballs but a pleasant dream. For the guy is punk who fumbles, And the side lines razz the team. Footballs real, footballs earnest, And our aim to die or do. Edgerton and Stoughton tremble When they see us smashing through. Let us then be up and fighting With a broken back and nose, Limping, leaping, twisting, running, Learn to knock out all our foes. RICHARD NINEDORF ATKINSONS BASKETEERS The night was dark and dreary For Fort Atkinson's basketeers, The road was long and snowy For Fort Atkinson's basketeersg But a. rabbit's foot and Mary fSpryj And a lot of lusty cheers, Meant bringing home the bacon For Fort Atkinson's basketeers. JOSEPHINE WHEELER Owwlmrfvll 4 Q WET HES OGEER l N. . Q FOOTBALL This fall the hoys trotted out on the gridiron to meet a new coach, Hollis R. Hope. Mr. Hope starred in foothall and track when he was in college and he had the added advantage of a few years' coaching at Berlin, Vkfisconsin, He wasted no time in putting the hoys into shape, in fact, he had the entire squad in good condition inside of two weeks. Uur games started early in the season and lasted late, hut Mr. Hope took care of that hy throwing himself into the work and always keeping the team spirit high. Vv'e had a most successful season, losing only two games, for which we owe thanks to the good coaching of Mr. Hope. Milwaukee Tech vs. Fort Atkinson, Sept. 27 lvfilwaukee Technical School has one of the largest and hest foothall teams in the state high school class, their team heing the largest on the local field in fifteen years, Yet the Fort gridders entered the game against these higger boys fheavier hy fifteen pounds per man, in fact, with the utmost confidence. As the game progressed, things looked very even hetwen the two teams, aside from a clever trick play of the visitors which netted the only score of the game. Coach Hope installed new life into the fel' lows hetween halves and Fort went hack into the game with the old :ip and fight that has made our city famous. The papers report that the "Tech" team was easily out' played. Three different times the hall was carried to their five-yard line, There the l OGEER 'll heavy Milwaukee boys showed the value of their extra avoirdupois. The game ended with a 7-O victory for the Cream City team. Fort Atkinson vs. Edgerton, Oct. 5 On the fifth day of October came the great game between Fort Atkinson and Edgerton. The two teams were hearty favorites at the beginning of the season and were given even chances to win the game. In the first quarter, the game seesawed back and forth with the Fort team having a slight advantage. Early in the second quarter, Fort netted seven points on a touchdown and point after touchdown. From this point on the game was all Fort's, the Edgerton backs being smeared time and time again be' hind the scrimmage line by the fighting Cardinal boys. As the score kept rising and Edgerton tiring, Coach Hollis Hope sent in the recruits to carry on the battle. When the final gun sounded, the score stood 34 to O in our favor. The features of this game were the wonderful coordination of the Fort boys, the passing of Cole and Ninedorf, and the latter's beautiful run which netted a touchdown. Fort Atkinson vs. Wisconsin High, Oct. 12 The proud Cardinals traveled to Madison on the morning of October twelfth to tangle with Coach Rippe's warriors. The field was a sea of mud. In consequence our speedy backs could not get going. The first half ended in no score for either side, al' though Fort had the ball in scoring distance several times. The second half started out with a forced punt by Ninedorf. After the ball had soared for fifty yards, a Wiscoiisin High man touched it and it rolled away. Our fleetffooted right end, Olson, fell on the ball on the one-foot line and on the next play Krening went over for a touchdown. A few minutes later "Red" Krening caught a very low punt and ran for a touch' down. Both points after touchdown were made. At the final gun, Fort was in the lead 14 to O. "Red " Krening was the star performer. Fort Atkinson vs. Stoughton, Oct. 26 Due to the fact that Ninedorf had severely torn a tendon, and that exfcaptain Zirath received serious injuries early in the game, the old Fort fighting spirit was slightly missing in the game which was to decide the conference championship. At the end of the first half a somewhat lifeless team left the Stoughton field on the short end of a 12f6 score. But Coach Hope restored the old snap during the half period. The Fort boys went back into the game just as if the score had been OfO and main' tained a superior fight during the second half, but failed to score. We wish to add that the Stoughton players are among the best sports that we have ever met on the football field. Then, too, Stoughton ought to beat us once or maybe twice, in eight years. Fort Atkinson vs. Monroe, Nov. 2 Following the disastrous Stoughton game the Fort gridders journeyed to Monroe. In the first quarter with the wind against them the Fort boys could do nothing and fxyffa J V CGEER ard!! Monroe gathered in a few pretty runs, most of them by Kundert, their superb player. In the second period our boys came to their senses and scored three touchdowns, due to the marvelous running by Krening, Cole, and Scullin. In the third period Coach Hope inserted Ninedorf who ran the end and returned punts like nobody's business. He scored two touchdowns before he was sent to the showers. The last period saw much action by the reserve men, but no scoring was done. The score ended 33 to O in our favor. v Fort Atkinson vs. Jefferson, Nov. 11 Armistice Day brought together two of the most torrid rivals in Southern Wisf consin. The Cardinals were doped to win the game by a big margin because Jefferson had not won a game this year. The first quarter seemed fairly even, with Fort scoring only one touchdown. It seems that Fort does not get warmed up until the second quarter for in this particular instance they scored two touchdowns and a point after. The Jeff boys were fighting all the way, but the home team was too much for them. The third period saw much scoring by the Cardinals, who totaled three touchdowns. The fourth quarter was played by the Fort subs and Jefferson managed to squeeze over a touchdown on two passes. In this game thirtyfone Fort men saw action, which is indeed quite a record. The game ended with Jefferson still vainly passing and the score standing Fort Atkinson 37, Jefferson 7. There were no individual stars on the Cardinal team, but "Tiger" Raithel-stood out for jefferson. Fort Atkinson vs. Lake Mills, Nov. 16 On Nov. 16 a funny thing happened. Lake Mills, champions of the Rock River League, planned to trim their old antagonist, Fort Atkinson. There was a great turn' out to witness. the event. The Fort fans were greatly pleased and the Lake fans were greatly disappointed. Due to Moore's amazing ability to pull down passes and to the hard plugging backfield, Fort Atkinson marched down the field time after time. Lake Mills vainly attempted to keep up her dignity with a 33-O score. Watertown vs. Fort Atkinson, Nov. 23 The ground was frozen and the day was cold, therefore there was not a large crowd present to witness the last game of the season and the fight for second place in the Little Six Conference. On Fort Atkinson's first offensive play, the first time the Fort had her hands on the ball, the heart was taken out of Watertown by a 97-yard run and a touchdown. This work was done by Dick Ninedorf with perfect inter' ferencemthe prettiest play of the season. Every man did his job to perfection. Before the half was over, Fort scored again. Watertoxvn was greatly outplayed. Both teams were hampered by injuries due to the hard ground. The game closed on a victorious Fort team. l r OGEE 30 V ,-R 'll 5 in f it !iif'S"' BASKETBALL Almost every fellow in school has known Dan Larson for three years and all were pleased to find him coaching haskethall. Mr. Larson went at it with all the vim and vigor of a wildcat and as the season advanced, he hecame even more active. His coachf ing ahility was hest illustrated toward the end of the season, when his hoys heat hoth lvlonroc and NVatertoxxn, two of the strongest teams in our section, Whitewater vs. Fort Atkinson Our local haskethall season was opened when the Vxfhitewater City High team invaded our floor. The Vxfhitewater hoys played a good game although they weren't in a class with the local athletes. Fort estahlished an early lead and maintained it through' out the game. Vwfe came out on the long end of a 33 to 20 score. Fort Atkinson vs. Wisconsin High Un Deeemher 22, Fort Atkinson traveled to Iviadison for its first league game. The first half of the game was largely defensive, indicated hy the score at the half, seven to four. The second hall' started out the same way and the score within less than tive minutes was 9 to o. Wisciiiisiii High started to stall and this drew the Fort defense up. During the time our defense was drawn up, the home team would make a quick hreak. Five times they repeated this strategy and each time found the hall going GGEER Il through the hoop. The score stood 19 for Wisconsin High and 6 for Fort as the gun sounded. Scullin starred for Fort. Edgerton vs. Fort Atkinson Edgerton came to Fort and defeated them by the onefsided score of I8 to 9. Edgerton showed a strong defensive game, holding Fort to two field goals. The game was marred by frequent fumbles by our team due to recent vaccinations. Miller, Edgerton guard, with four field goals, was high point man. Fort Atkinson vs. Jefferson This game was no exception to the usual Fort'-Iefferson fight. Fortunately, Fort Atkinson came out on top. Jeffersonians explain this by saying that practically all their team was sick and we agree, they were very sick, especially in the last half. The high Spot of the game came when Schuett, the large captain and center, became violent' ly ill and had to leave the game as a result of four personal fouls. The game ended with 17 points for Fort Atkinson and 14 points for Jefferson. Stoton vs. Fort Atkinson Stoton invaded the Fort floor and was defeated by the close score of 9 to 8. It was the first conference win of the season for the home team. The offensive playing of both teams showed up rather weakly, as both took to the defensive style of play. Moore was the star of the evening, not only by being high point man but also by his fine defensive playing. Fort Atkinson vs. Monroe We took one man to Monroe who really did Fort Atkinson credit. "Unk" Scullin played a game that any basketball player can be justly proud of. The Ivlonroe squad was a little too fast for our team. Their team played a good, clean game and deserve credit for the worst defeat that Fort Atkinson suffered, 14 to 27. Fort Atkinson vs. Watertown Fort's first tussle with Watertown was impressive, although Fort was the losing team Watertown had defeated every team in the league and was in first place. The game was a clean, wellfplayed contest and Fort showed that games would yet be won. The final score was 22 to 12 in Watertown's favor. Wisconsin High vs. Fort Atkinson This game was looked upon with much interest because the Fort basketball team had improved and expected to give Wisconsin High a good beating. The whole game was much on the defensive and only in the last minute of play was the game won when Kelly of Wisconsin High sank a long shot. The score shows it was a close guarding game, Wisconsin High 10, Fort 7, at the end of the game. Kelly was the star for Wis- consin High, and the guards for Fort Atkinson. W a, 3 V 065512 ggnffll Fort Atkinson vs. Edgerton At the start of this game Fort and Edgerton were tied for the cellar position. The visiting team had not won a game there in eleven years and so were determined to nose out a victory if possible. The final score was 17 to 15 in our favor. Zirath was the star of the game. Monroe vs. Fort Atkinson Monroe came to Fort Atkinson to play a game in which a victory would mean the undisputed championship of the Southern Six League. But our boys upset the dope bucket and clearly outplayed the Monroe team. The Monroe boys deserve credit for being just as good losers as they were winners. The game ended 21 to 18 in Fort's favor. Jefferson vs. Fort Atkinson jefferson came to Fort Atkinson and defeated us by a score of 17 to 15 in a fast, wellfplayed game. Jefferson seemed to outdo themselves in order to avenge the defeat handed them earlier in the season. The ability of Jeiferson's midget forward, Eddie Spangler, to make baskets from every angle of the floor was the feature of the game. Fort Atkinson vs. Stoton For the past few games, Fort Atkinson had been playing exceptionally good bas' ketball. But a monkey wrench was thrown in the machine when we met Stoton, cripf pled by injuries to Zirath and Moore, and the unavoidable absence of the two Heinz boys. But Stoton took our injuries into consideration and did not run up a big score. The game ended 19 to 13 in favor of Stoton. Watertown vs. Fort Atkinson This being the last game of the season as well as the last conference game that Fort was to play, they set out to win it, succeeding by a score of 33 to 13. This put Watertown out of first place in the conference. Close guarding prevented Watertown scoring. The Fort team broke through Watertown's defense frequently to score. Zirath and Scullin did the best for Fort, Mullen being Watertown's high point man. Fort Atkinson-Whitewater Elimination Game Fort Atkinson and Whitewater City High basketball teams played an elimination game, at the college gymnasium, March 12, 1930, to decide which team was to enter the Whitewater district tournament, March 19f2O-21. Whitewater shut out Fort with a I7 to 14 score. Zirath, Scullin, and Moore played an excellent game for Fort, while Kutz stood out for Whitewater. OGEER HKU!! mo TRACK SQUAD 1929 TRACK RESULTS Stoughton-Fort Atkinson, April 27, 1929 In the very first meet of the season, Fort Atkinson won from Stoughton in a most decisive manner. Stoughton had absolutely no outstanding men, whereas Fort Atkinson had several, as indicated by the score of 102 2X3 to Stoughton's 14 UB. Whitewater District, May 4, 1929 Fourteen of the leading schools in Southeastern Wisconsin entered the Whitewater District Track Meet. When Fort Atkinson stood second with competition such as Kenosha, Milwaukee, Racine and Madison, we can feel justly proud. Most of our praise and thanks goes to Captain Richard Ninedorf, who shattered three district records and brought Fort Atkinson 15 precious points. Kenosha won the meet with 35' points, Fort Atkinson second with 15 points. Watertown-Fon Atkinson, May 11, 1929 Edgerton-Fort Atkinson, May 14, 1929 Twice within one short week the Fort Atkinson track team easily defeated surrounding schools. We beat Watertown by a score of 9315 to 2316 and Edgerton by 89 to 28. Although each school had a man or so who was very good, none of them compared to our own Ninedorf or Heinz. Southern Wisconsin Six League Meet, May 22, 1929 These schools, that sometimes offer us considerable competition in football or basketball, fell like dry leaves from trees before the Fort Atkinson whirlwind. Ninedorf came through with his usual high score of 15 points. Seven records were broken, four of them by Ft. Atkinson men. State Meet, May 25, 1929 All the year hopes and plans had been built up to win the State Meet for the third conf secutive time, a feat never accomplished by any Wisconsin high school. And our hopes were shattered by one small half point. Our own 29 points bowed to the 2955 gained by Platteville. lx Lv ' 1 L L V OGEER 2501! Qt Q QQ' BUYS' "F" CLUB fu GRADUATE CLUB BOYS THE FORT ATKINSON CLUB Thr Cluh CUIISISIS of only those hoys in high sfhool who lmvc won at luzljor "lf" in amy patrticulm' lmc of uthlctlcs. The purposc of this orgtmizzltlon is to promotc good spox'ts1na11sl1ip, CIlCULlf'ilgIL' kntmlcnt intcrcsts ln sports or other alctivitics of thc school, :md assist in carrying on Ll hotter syhool progrgun, lt tnkcs chglrgc ol' all "pep" mcctings :md promotcs vigtary tlqmccs, tmtl so forth. Thr olhccrs ff thu club arc: WillQlrd XVll11klSCl1I1ClLlL'f, Prcsidcntg Alex Zirzlth, Vlk'k"ljl'L'SlLlL'IlI .tml Curl Roglitz, ScirctnryfTrcz1surcr. I AQ I V OGEER s all To be a member in good standing one must obey training rules, report for pracf tice regularly, be a good sportsman and a clean player, keep his marks up to or above passing, and obey the coach and school authorities at all times. BOYS' IN TRA-MURALS A total of one hundred sixtyfsix boys have participated in the boys' intrafmurals, a new activity introduced by our athletic director, Mr. Hope. The purpose of these intrafmurals is to create a spirit of sportsmanship and to give the boys who cannot, for one reason or another, make the High School team, a chance to develop physically. In the boys' intrafmurals there are four sports represented, basketball being the principal one. Fifty boys participated, who were divided into eight teams, each team being given the name of a favorite animal: Panthers, Wolves, Bears, Badgers, Gophers, Wildcats, Tigers and Lions. The Tigers won the championship, not because of their vicious name, but because of their ability to cooperate. Volley ball, the next sport attempted, brought out forty boys to try their skill. The five teams were named from favorite colleges or universities: Michigan, North' western, Minnesota, Indiana and Illinois. Minnesota completed their schedule undef feated, Michigan being a close second. At this writing no contests have been staged in tennis or horseshoe, doubtless these will be very interesting and worth watching, thirtyfeight boys having signed to compete in both of them. The boys have shown much interest in the lastfnamed sport because at the first signs of spring many have been busy with rake and hoe getting the court ready for action. For the success and cooperation of the boys' intra'murals, the credit goes to Mr. Hope. He has given of his best to give these sports to the boys of average ability and skill, and we appreciate it very much. We wish to thank him for his never failing helpfulness, and wish for him the same success in 1931 as he has had in 1930. Cv I X7 CQEER lggfwll ww. . W' Q v X U I X.. R x , X GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB S SSN-TI GIRLS' CHAMPION TEAM A ga J O V 065512- - 'll GIRLS' INTRA-MURALS The girl's intrafmurals started late in the fall with ninety girls reporting for basketball. Ten teams were chosen with their captains: Blacks, Hazel Linton, Golds, Roberta Roberts, Greys, Mildred Mussehl, Silvers, Irene Anthes, Pinks, Alene Mueller, Browns, Eleanor Parkerson, Greens, Lorraine Banker, Whites, Muriel Birtwistle, Blues, Mae Leonard, Reds, june Rose. The last three teams were of Freshmen girls. The Blacks were the champions in basketball. The above is very matter of fact, it is true, but now we can look at the human side of it. First, our uniforms. We were very vain and exacting about how they were to lit, the color scheme, etc., and when finally we attired ourselves in them, we were the personification of L'What the Wellfdressed Girl Wears in Intrafmural Athf letics." Mr. Hope had a little difficulty the first week or t.wo picking up the lost por' tions of scattered uniforms. Second came our names. We thought we ought to have something very "chic" and clever. The boys called their teams ''Wolves"-'Bears"-3'Lions" and various other animal names. We had no desire to be quite so iierce sounding, so we chose something a little more gentle-the names of colors instead. Later there was volley ball. Again we had to choose team names. Flowers sound' ed too much like "Lavender and Old Lace," so we took the names of birds. Some wise Sophomore girl suggested "Shitepoke" as the name of one of the teams, but she was quickly and properly squelched. The idea!! The four teams were Cranes, Crows, Hawks, and Eagles. The winners of first place were the Cranes. The other sports were horseshoe throwing, in which twentyfeight girls particif pated, Qmany of the girls carried bruises around due to miscalculated tosses of horse- shoesj and kitten-ball with seventyffive girls. GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB The Girls' Athletic Club was organized with fortyfseven charter members, any girl being eligible for membership when she had earned one hundred points or more in her athletic work. The officers of the Club are: President, Aileen Birtwistle, Vice'President, Alene Mueller, SecretaryfTreasurer, Hazel Linton. The object of the organization is to promote and stimulate interest in girls' athf letics. We will say that there was plenty of interest stimulated, but it was not all among the girls. Points are earned by participating in the intrafmurals and in other sports, such as hiking, skating, golf, and swimming. This explains why we have seen so many of our fair maidens trudging along the dusty highways, casting envious looks after the motorists who whiz past them. But that's the right spirit, girls! We know you wouldn't take a ride if it was offered to you! T i, ,X .1 A 455 X 6-IHIW Q lx xg +A Q ..1. My CJ D 3? ii V ,lg s - be - N"' G OGEER ell Back Row: Karl Luedtke. Marion Roberts. Norma Damuth. Gerald Muir. Harriet Hager. Mary Boszhardt and Elwood Florin, Front Row: Anna Luise Ealcs. Vv'ard Ryan, Mr. Pettingill, William Halfman and Mildred Edick. SOUTHERN SIX DEBATING LEAGUE The Southern Six Athletic Association organized this year a Southern Six Debate League. It was agreed that the executive duties be borne equally by all the schools. The entire group was to have one official at its head to be elected from year to year. Fort Atkinson was fortunate in having their debate coach, Mr. Pettingill, as the Direcf tor of the League this year. The first round was held February 4. Monroe, Edgerton, and Vkfatertown com' posed one triangleg Stoughton, Wisctiiisiii High, and Fort Atkinson the other. Fort Atf kinson "came through" with two victories, giving her a perfect percentage in the one triangle. Monroe and Edgerton had the next highest ratings. The Championship debate for the League was held on February 14 with Monroe, Edgerton, and Fort Atkinson participating. This battle was not up to every one's expectations. It was won by a fairly good margin on both sides by our teams. As a result of this, another silver cup now graces our trophy case. A Consolation debate was held by the three losing teams: Wzitertciwxi, Stoughton, and Wisconsin High. By securing the highest percentage ranking, Stoughton won this debate. The Southern Six League ended its season with these standings: 'fb fi W L judge Rating Points W L Judge Rating Points l. Fort Atkinson 4 0 400 1.000 16 4. Vwfisconsin High 2 2 388 ,500 8 Z. Edgerton 2 2 394 .500 8 5. Stoughton 1 3 392 .150 4 3. Monroe 2 2 394 .400 8 6. Vifatertown 1 3 392 ,250 4 OGEER 11 STATE LEAGUE The teams entered their Hrst State League Debate February 4 with Stoughton and Wisconsin High. Victorious here, they next met Monroe and Edgerton on February 14. They reaped another victory on this round. As Champions of the Southern Six with another trophy to their credit, they battled with Baraboo and Richland Center in the quarterffinals. The negative lost to Richland Center 100 to 99. This was undoubtedly the best debate of the season, The affirmative scored a victory of 100 to 95 over Baraboo. With a percentage of 199 to Richland Center's 198 and Baraboo's 195, we enf tered the semiffinals for the State Championship, And there we met our Waterloo! The negative was defeated by their "worthy opponents" from Mayville by a score of 100 to 99. Surprising enough, after their jaunt into Milf X waukee, the affirmative were able to win a victory of 100 1 to 96 over Washington High. The final percentages gave Mayville a score of 200, Fort Atkinson 199, Washington High 195, thereby enabling Mayville to enter for the State Championship. Fort Opponents Fort Opponents Stoughton at Stoughton 100 97 Richland Center at R. C 99 100 Wiscoiisiii High at Fort 100 93 Baraboo at Fort 100 95' Edgerton at Edgerton 100 96 Mziyville at Fort 99 100 Monroe at Fort Atkinson 100 95 Washington High at W, H. 100 96 FRESHMAN DEBATE TEAM A Freshman Debate team was organized this year by the Freshmen in the Emery junior High School. The question for debate was, Resolved: That the chain store is beneficial. The afhrmative side of the question was upheld by Robert Clark, Norman Anderson and june Rose: The negative by Helen Main, Edmund Anderson, and Rose' mary Urban. The team had their first debate on the afternoon of March 29. The seven teachers who acted as judges voted 4 to 3 in favor of the negative. The students in voting were 1 13 to 86 in favor of the affirmative. The team has debated before several Women's Clubs and the Farm Bureau. To Mr. Pettingill, who has given of his best as a teacher and his all in maintain' ing for us our reputation in debate, we, the Senior Class of 1930, express our appref ciation for his untiring efforts and his understanding of the student body. After all, what more can we say of any man than that we desire him as a friend? May he live over again the two all too short years spent in Fort Atkinson as he rambles through the pages of this Tchogeerrah, AV4, A X! OGEER Il WARD RYAN - ALEEN POWELL ORATORY In the oratorical contest held at the Emery Junior High School, Ward Ryan ref ceived first place with the oration "Youth Triumphant." Clayton Heitz won second place giving the selection "Toussaint L'Ouverture," and Karl Luedtke third with the same oration. In the County Contest, which was held at Lake Mills, Ward Ryan received second place. DECLAMATION Sixteen students participated in the Declamatory Contest. At the preliminary contest six were chosen to enter the finals. These were jean Ryan with the selection "Tommy Stearns Scrubs Up," june Rose, "Black Truth," Lorraine Banker, "Getting Ready for the Dinner Partyf' Clement Bradley, "Musical Box," Gertrude Rennemo, "Daddy Docf' Aleen Powell, "Peter Projects." Aleen Powell was chosen by Mrs. E. L. White, Mrs. E. Bingham, and Mrs. C. Masters to represent Fort Atkinson at the District Contest at Lake Mills, April 24, but did not succeed in winning first or second place. V F T 'll w QGE512 , ,30 M DRAMATIC CLUB Un October 9, 1929, the Dramatic Club for 192960 was organized with eighty' two members, chiefly of the fairer sex. Clement Bradley was elected President, Alene Mueller, Vicefllresident, Genevie Butcher and Roberta Roberts as chairwomen of the Program Committee, William Halfman, Secretary, and Hazel Linton, Treasurer. On October 23, a second meeting was held. The program for the meeting was "The Knife," a play directed by Mary Boszhardt and Genevie Butcher. The cast conf sisted of Clement Bradley, Anna Luise Eales, NVard Ryan, and Hazel Linton. At the next meeting three plays were given: "The Impertinencc of the Creature," acted by Frances Bear as "Lady Millicentu and Gerald Muir, "Unknown Gentleman," directed by Mary Boszhardt. Following this came "Fancy Free" with Wilma Gums as Fancy and Dean Waters as Alfred, Betty Grabill as Delia, and William Halfman as Ethelbert, directed by Genevie Butcher. Last, but not least, came "Divine Culture." The case consisted of Phylliss June Miles as "Mrs Frecklesf' Bernice Bartelt as "Kathf lecn," and Louis Turner as "Larry" Director: Roberta Roberts. At this meeting a new program committee was elected: Genevie Butcher, chairf man, Wilma Gums, Marjorie Leonard, and George Swart. Three plays followed the election: The first, "This is so Sudden," played by Eleanor Parkerson, Prudie Markley, Violet Heide, Mildred Mussehl, and Alene Mueller. The second, "The Flivver Fam' ily," featuring Geraldine Hoffman, Aileen Birtwhistle, Russell Venaas, and Paul Morig. And a third, "He Said, She Said!" with Mary Boszhardt, Jean Ryan, Willard Wandschneider, and Hazel Linton. On Jan. 17, 1930, the club was entertained by the play "Sophisticated Stuff" directed by Wilma Gums. The cast consisted of Helen Hoffman, Marjorie Leonard, Stinson Chase, and Louis Turner. Wednesday, March 12, after a brief recess, the Dramatic Club met once more. The play "Sham" was the feature of the meeting. The cast consisted of Della Swart, Thomas Bullock, Russell Venass, and Paul Morig. Director, Marjorie Leonard. rx V A K VM i CUBE MR -i913 all 1 . V 1. . l.l 'Q . U DB1 I Q . -Hs i 'lf' GIRLS' GLEE CLUB riiui-'xrzll ' BOYS' GLEE CLUB Under the direction of Miss Stoppenhaeh, with Violet Heide as accompanist, two suecessfiil glee eluhs have heen organized this past year. The girls' eluh is composed of fortyfnine II1L'IHlWCI'S taken from hoth the Senior and junior High Schools. They meet every Thursday for practice. A sextet chosen from the eluh has sung at various entertainments. Fortyftwo of the Senior High made up the hoys' glee eluh, They have sung on many ehureh and school programs. The ofheers of the eluh are: Willzird Wiiiidf xhneider, Presidentg john Cole, Vieefpresidentg and Russel Krening, Secretary' Treasiirer. The hovs' octet has also sung at entertainments other than in school, OGEER 3975 ll L-1 Un Decemher thirteenth, hoth glee cluhs appeared at the Community Building and in january rehearsals were started for the operetta, "Pickles" This was given March thirteenth at the Community Building. The cast included: Anna Will, Wilniai Gums, Hazel Linton, Irene Anthes, Willittiii Rogers, Clement Bradley, Williztiim Halff man, john Cole. john Ponyicsanyi, Gerald Muir, and Alex Zirath. Choruses and novelty numhers added to the attraction. Un March twentyfseventh, hoth the cluhs sang for the Mtisic Study Cluh. THE FRENCH CLUB THE FRENCH CLUB The French Cluh was rcforganized for the year 192980 on Novemher 20, The meeting opened with the election of ofiieers as follows: President, Wiltiiai Gums: Vice' President, Ha:el Linton: Secretary, Ivlary Boszhardt, The organization of the French Cluh is for the purpose of studying French cus' toms, meetings taking place every two weeks. The most interesting one was on Fehruf ary 19. Wt' were very highly entertained hy a distinguished family who made up the Punch and -ludy Show, so famous in the streets of Paris, They kept us in one roar of laughter with their comical capers. These affected the audience greatly, hut all surf vived the ordeal. l y if X7 UGEER ll W5-. :wwe nal HIfY CLUB 1950 EXTRA CURRICULAR HGNCR ROLL The value of an individual to his community lies in the fact that he not only performs his daily task to the hest of his ahility, hut also renders service. aside from the daily task assigned him, to the community in which he is a resident. The value of extra curricular activities is that the student learns the value of service without monetary recompense. He is in a measure learning to do things for his community, forming hahits which later on in life will he the urge for him tn give his time to public welfare. Three years ago. the community as a xxhole and the faculty looked upon the present graduating class with a great amount of pleasant anticipation. We expected the individuals of the clars to enter into the astivities of the s:hool with an unusual amount of enthusiasm. We have not heen disappointed. The class has had a great numher of its memhers engaged in our student activities. This is attested by the list hslow of those who have brought honor to our school in athletic and forensic fields. Football--Roland Olson. Richard Ninedorl. llow Heinz. Carl Roglitz. Alex Zirath. john Cole. Glenn Henze. Elmer Florin. john Ponyicsanyi. Gerald Muir. Vwlillard Wandschneider. William Ponyicsanyi, Harry Scullin. Waid Ryan. and Shelhourne Miller, Basketball' Richard Nxnedorl. lluw Heinz. Carl Rogiitz. Alex Zirath, Glenn Hcnze. Vslilliam Ponyicsanyi and Harry Scullin. Track 'Roland Olson. Richard Ninedorli. Ilow Heinz, john Cole. Glenn Henle. Wil' ham Ponyicsanyi and Harry Scullin, Forensic:-Clement Bradley. Anna Luise Eales. Geraldine Holfman. Gerald Muir. Vs'illard XYanclschneider and Ward Ryan. The ahoye list does not inf clude those ol' the graduatlng class who may have won their letter in the late spring: actlvitics. nor docs it inform you that some ol these people have represented our school for several years in th cs: a :Zfv.l'e.:, ll fla . ' O I In ' V OGEER Q01 M TO A WOODLAND FLOWER Shy little woodland flower, The sunlight you never know, , 'You grow in the darksorne shadows Where humans seldom go. Toifve a pale and fragile beauty, 'Your petals are white as snow, 'You hide from the eyes of mankind And live for beauty, not show. The groundbird tells you secrets, The zephyrs kiss your lips, And on the ground around you The dainty fairy trips. GENEVIE BUTCHER TO MY MOTHER Were I an artist I would paint A picture that would be Made of your own loveliness For all the world to see. Were I a poet I would take Such charming words that one Woiilcl know the kind, unseljish thing That you have done. But ah, I'rn neither of these two, Though surely you must guess 'That I, the one who loves you most, Wish you much happiness LORRAINE BANKER S OGEER -3 'll Vgmilvlii i . .A AGRICULTURE CLUB The Agriculture Club started its program for the year by preparing for the State High School judging Contest held at Madison. The club was divided into six teams and immediately began making field trips for practical experience in judging. On October 25, 26, and 27 team members went to Madison to judge in a field of about one thousand agriculture students from all sections of the state. Addison Loga, a member of the Meat Judging Team, was high individual in the state in this division. Albert Will, who was one of the three on the Dairy Products Judging team, scored 256 out of a possible 300, which made him the high individual in the state in the Dairy Products Division. This contest is one of the big events of the year and is looked forward to with great enthusiasm by our "Ag" Boys. Alvin Heth, Clayton Hcitz, and Addison Loga, members of the Freshman'Sophf oinore class, went as a team to the State Grain judging contest held at Beaver Dam on November li. They won lirst place with a score of 531 out of a possible 600. These boys should be congratulated on their success in these various contests and for the honest effort they made to accomplish these things. The school surely appref ciates their work. The next big venture was to put on a Rural School Crop judging contest. This program was changed to judging corn and potatoes instead of identifying seeds and OGEER Jgggll small grains. The claw was divided into five groups. For about a month before the contest, these groups went out to the various rural schools giving demonstrations in corn and potato judging. This was to give the students in the schools an idea as to how they should judge and as to what things to look for when they took part in the contest. The contest was held December 4 in the school gym. Prizes in the forms of silver cups, banners, and pencils were given to winners in the different classes. 1 A playlet, "Hiram's Pay Day," was given by six members of the juniorfSenior class. These boys gave the play at various rural schools, Parent-Teacher Associations and Farm Bureau meetings. This playlet exempliied the use of commercial fertilizers on the farm in the North Central States. It gave the -farmer a better idea of the value of fertilizers and the results brought about by their use. Five of our "Ag" fellows had the good fortune to go down to the National Dairy Show at St. Louis. Our sculptor and modeler, Walter Pelzer, went down to make clay models of some of the prize cows of the Fredmar Holstein herd. - Because of his winning sixth place at the Wisconsin State Fair, Leonard Hook, a freshman, showed his Guernsey calf in the Calf Club group, for only those calves could he shown which had won a place at state fairs. Floyd Kiesling showed his calf in the Open Class. Clayton Heitz had a calf entered in the Jefferson County Holstein group, which won first place. John Brounty was Head Herdsman of all the calves from this com' munity. His job was to see that the animals had enough to eat and to drink and that they were properly bedded. The least inviting part of his trip was that he had to ride in the box cars. OQEERPEAHHQ-5 AU f E , -1 L .K xii"""iii"fr A A weld- , ALVIN HETH ADDISON LOGA CLAYTON HEITZ Stats Clmlnpion Crops judging Cnmtuft, Vsfisumsin Stats Umm Show ALBERT WILL ADDISUN LUCIA Hugh lI1 the stats- Dzury Hugh in the flute Men! Products Dwmun judglng IBIYINUIII OGEER L ll ORCHESTRA Sixteen niemhers under the direction of Miss Leila Snell have met every Ivionday evening for rehearsal since the opening of sehool last fall. This orchestra has played for many sehool and community entertainments. Marjorie Leonard ..... ......... P ianist George Swart ..,.,., ...... S axophonc Clarence Passer ,. ...... Violin Lloyd junghans ...... Saxophone Harry Seullin .. .......,. Violin Alene lvlueller ...,,.,. ....., S axophone Aaron Miller ....,, ...... V iolin Rohert Halverson ...,.,. Cornet Norma Danluth ,..,. ...,..... V iolin Russel Venaas ..... Clarinet Helen Wiscli .. ........, Violin Donald Miller ...,.. .,,,, C larinct Arnold Hook ...... ....,....... V iolin Laurence Fisher , i,,,,,,, Violin Billy Lough .,.., Saxophone Willys Knight ,...... ........ V iolin OGEERWL HGH On lfouv Marks! .R1+B" Od' On 'ml Miglia' , la. .f M Al, ., -- 'L fxg,'. an ,RNA vm .ls- N v I A Como On Tlfe V6fer3 Hn'-! liar! P!-if! f -1 A 311151 V Wllh 'FN nfs MH R5 Scraps ix W so so rf H 1 OGEER o V - fi? all BRAND NEW SECOND-HAND FORDS One of the most thrilling, neverftofbefforgotten moments of my life came with the first ride in one of these historicflooking jellopies, the kind that is expected to run, at best, only unsurely and irregularly. The modifier "second hand" is purely a mis- nomerg no car could possibly degenerate into such a discouraged looking mass of twisted steel, ragged cushions, dilapidated top, trailing exhaust pipe, broken wheels, picturefinscribed body and rust, during one previous ownership. Three or four differ' ent owners might mutilate a car so as to bring about the above results, but even then it would be a difficult task unless the actual driving of the car were given over to the female section of the family. To describe this car accurately would require a mechanic, for I can only guess at the troubles which were present in seemingly overfsufficient number within that cold grey machinery designated as the engine. To say that all the parts were there would be an open contradiction to the running of the motor itself. I will say that the motor did have a majority of absolute essentials such as a carburetor and possibly a piston or two, but with these exceptions no other traces of usually necessary parts were to be found. You can only imagine with what foreboding I anticipated the starting of the car and the degree of stark dumfoundedness which overtook me when, after a few weak attempts, the thing actually ran, yes, even risking your doubts as to my honesty, I stand firm when I say it ran. It ran, but not ,for long. The surprise was no less a shock to the car itself, for, overcoming itself with emotion at the rumpus and noise it was capable of producing, its timidity choked off its better intentions, and the bloomin' thing ceased to function. Stopped! Dead still. No amount of urging, threatening, or bitter supplication was conducive to favorable results. Maybe the thing bore me a personal grudge, I don't know, but whenever the engine began to pulsate and vibrate fyes, the same sort of vibration to .which plump women resort as an aid to graceful lines, my stepping into the machine had the effect of taking arsenic-the thing would die. ' The behavior of the car itself was no less interesting than the behavior of its vital part. When the vehicle actually ran, so legend has it, it bore many marks of distinc- tion, not the least of which was the huge dent in the brass radiator caused when a roving telegraph pole pulled up in front of the car with discourteous short notice. I think a campaign should he started to care for old Fords which, by the respect due to old age, deserve a more uplifting resting place than final occupancy of a smelly dumpfyard or a conspicuous place in a yard where small, illfmeaning, unrealizing street urchins and gamins can gather to poke fun at its anatomical curiosities, or broadcast remarks about its present uselessness. . FRED Puzmrz v ' OGEER ifvll Col SANS, Svnulm' ., 'QA SMH: vow enJll.VOH '12, n ys " J 1? I Chss,Efv A KL 4J'ws+ fmfber 'RH-le, A Oh We Feeclvl A I1-aseperfxlales, E OQEER will CREED I am a "young modern." I believe firmly in the younger generation-that is, the progressive element in the younger generation. All I want is freedom and individual' ity. I am broadfminded. Because of my broadfmindedness, I don't condemn any one for trying to achieve greater freedom. In fact, I am afraid to condemn any one for fear I may be accused of being narrowfminded. I read any author who has the repuf tation of being radical, because then people will know I am a "young modern." I enjoy opera, but I spend so much time defending jazz that I have no time for classical music. I like modern art and modern poetry. I don't understand it, but it is of my generation, so I like it. Yes, I am the advocate of freedom. And so I don't listen to opinions that may be different from mine. In fact, I resent other people's even having opinions. My theory is the only theory. I can't understand my parents or any one except the group who think as I do. I am so tied to the likes and the dislikes of my generation that I have lost the chance to be an individual. As a result, I am so bound by this desire for freedom that I am practically unable to achieve any freedom. I am so broadfminded that I am narrowfminded. CLEMENT BRADLEY PHIIJS PARTY Philly gave a party, The kids by hundreds came- The Wahls, the Bears, the Bankers, And kids of every name. A Meracle spread the carpet And everything was grand, Miss 'Young led on the dancing, Professor Muir the band. The Cole came clothed in blackness, The Cross came clad in white, The Rose in red, reported, But the NinefDwarfs were a sight. And when the party ended, 'Twas Will that made them gog All but the doughty BrownfTea, He had come for Miles, you know. MILDRED MUSSEHL R fb i D CV OGEER fig!! FASHION S Remember that old saying, "Brevity is the soul of wit"? Well, it seems now that brevity seems the soul of style as well as wit. Charlie Chaplin says the funniest thing in America is the clothes the women wear. Yes, brevity has ever been the soul of wit. And styles are always changing! One season a woman's waist chokes her and the next it trips her. Still, the chap who said skirts were coming down to stay hit it about as well as the chap who said prices were. Dress reformers hold man responsible for feminine styles. So do the dressmakers, financially. Men admit that women's gowns are designed by them, but, they also say, "Thank heaven, we don't have to wear 'em!" Some skirts are tight, but the women can't kick. But the world is becoming safer in some respects, you seldom hear of a lady catching her heel in the ruffle of her dress and falling downstairs. The man that got off that stuff about how womankind is advancing by great strides had evidently not seen these new long, tight skirts. Before these tight skirts came in we used to send missionaries to China to see that the feet of the little Chinese girls were unbound so they could walk. We have heard that the mosquito vote is solidly against a return of long skirts. It seems that all bathingfsuit designers must be from Missouri. The modern girl thinks she's a live wire, and the reformers agree she is shocking. No coward is small enough to hide behind a woman's skirts nowadays. They say that woman's face used to be her fortune. Now it's the druggist's. Some girls can make up their faces more easily than their minds. Some scientist has said, "Women painted in the middle ages." Women still paint in the middle ages. As to the silk stocking, it was invented in the sixteenth century, but not all of it was discovered until recently. When you see silkfclad ankles in winter weather, you won- der whether she is trying to catch a husband or pneumonia. At the rate fur prices are going up the ladies will have to go with their necks and shoulders exposed to the heat this summer. Speaking of the fun that is poked at women for wearing furs in summer, one of the fair sex calls attention to the fact that the original owners of the furs wore them the year around. Lots of women think Easter Sunday is Decoration Day. The radio's religious service will never be popular because the women can't see each other's hats. Any time a woman candidate throws her hat in the ring it will be last season's hat. It seems to us that modern ladies should devote less energy to making permanent waves and more to making permanent wives. In reply to a query from one of our feminine correspondents who asks what will be the stylish figure next year, we hasten to record our estimate in the neighborhood of a million at least. MILDRED Musssm. A 44 V OGE5Rf59HFi'973NUlI ii . hr!-u ! -pvek-'Q-:Beef .I va- Yflr o d 41.11 1 -- J CGEER 30 V . Q- Kill F UTILITY The morning was very young, the sun peered obliquely down upon a small clear' ing set in the midst of a thick forest. Trees stared in amazement at the field on three sides, while on the fourth, scraggly bushes merged into an anaemic meadow. Vegetaf tion had been but recently stripped from the clearing, which had an ineffable look of surprise engendered by the contrast between its barrenness and the heavy greenery of the forest. Already snakelike green tendrils had coiled their way out of the forest in an effort to cover the denuded surface. Far down in one comer, a man was striding along with a bag over his shoulder- the mouth of it clasped in one hand. He grasped a stout stick in the other so that the figure he presented was that of some Highland chieftain playing a weird melody on his pipes. The continuity of his movements was punctuated frequently while he paused to dig graves for the seed he was planting. The last seed sown, he tossed the empty sack upon the ground and squatted upon it with knees hunched. His eyes alone ap- peared to be alive, and they too seemed to be giving up the unequal struggle of holding the spark of intelligence. However, as they swept the field, a look of solemn pride in his own handiwork fanned them to a meagre blaze. Suddenly his revery was broken by the long winding notes of a hunting horn. At the first note, the man had raised his head and glanced towards the enigmatic green wall of the forest. In a few moments a fox stole out on the edge of the clearing and ran silently past the motionless figure of the seated man. Another peal of the horn cut into the silence. Thefox turned and snarled. Slowly, imperccptibly, the silence of the morning gave way to the clamor of many voices, the barking and yapping of dogs, the peculiar clodded sound of trotting horses. The man was as motionless as an offshoot of the silent tree behind him. The discord' ant medley of sounds grew in volume until it washed across the field as does a wave on the still surface of water. Abruptly, harshly, the veil of the forest was torn aside by a crowd of gaily clad huntsmen. Straight across the field they plunged-cursing at the softness of the ground. As suddenly as they had appeared, they vanished behind a coppice. The surface of the field was no longer smooth, but cut and scarred by the feet of the horses. The face of the man was terrible. Out of the coppice rode a hunts' man clad all in green, a jaunty hat with a trailing feather cocked over one ear, by his side a silver drinking horn. He reined his horse in front of the still figure by the tree and with a gesture towards the scarred field flung two golden coins at his feet and prepared to join his fellows. He had not reached the edge of the field when he slumped to the ground-flat on his face. A bonefhandled knife stood buried to the hilt in his back. The man by the tree shook his fist towards the fallen igure and vanished into the sheltering forest. The figure of the huntsman did not move. The clearing was very still. CLEMENT BRADLEY CGEER .JETYGII TISHNAR I live in a land of Tishnar Beside a tropical sea, And there's no one else in this world of mine But just my dreams and me. I hear the wind's soft whisper, The waves croon a lullaby, The heavens glow with an astral light, The palms breathe a gentle sigh. I hear the horn of Triton, A sea nymph's silvery song, And off on the dark horizon, The hint of a phantom throng. I dream of pirates and lust for gold, Of ships long lost in the sea, Of life, and courage, and daring bold, That made those men so free. And as the waves caress the shore, Beside the tropical sea, I live again the long ago, When every one lived but me. I see an island sunflqissed and blessed, With promise of treasure and gold, Where lived the pirates who sailed the sea, In those adventurous days of old. I could dream and dream forever, And build air castles high, But the commonplace world is calling me, And I answer, with a sigh. But in my land of Tishnar, I built my lighthouse of dreams, And far out on the Sea of Sometime It throws its distant beams. GENEVIE BUTCHER Gbdl 1 ffa J CIJ7 Hrf! vmgwell OGEERISMAEEUII xv. . -Q K x"',flj - 3:4 Fe ef On Th fuk 'RNA A 44 V OGEER JET!! DAY DREAMS How often do we sit and dream, And ponder on what is to come, Or who, if lucky, we shall be, And what possessions we might have If we could own but one more thing. But after all, dreams are but bubbles. They grow and rise until it seems Our life is just a bed of roses, With nothing left for us to do But live and laugh and love+-and then we dream some more. But bubbles are not made to last, For all too soon they break and leave us And suddenly are gone forever, Are gonefbut leaving more to follow, More to grow and rise-and break! The years pass by and we forget Our bubble pipe. Into a corner Away from all, we cast our toy. And then one day, wee hands do break it. But life and time move on-and we no more blow bubbles. But what is life without a dream, Or a pipe without its bubbles? We live but for our Prince so charming, Or for our million dollar Heet, And with our pipe we blow our ever growing bubbles. And so it goes as dream we dog Some dreams come true and some do not. We blow, and blow hard at our pipes The bubbles grow, they rise, they break-- And then we dream some more! ANNA LUISE EALES A 44 0GEERm1+iQ'3'0 Il He' I Kiss your fini lV1u-lim' WVU! CAOIYSI K W 'ff' fi r. OGEER 0 H W HALLOWE'EN When trees are dead, and wait the snow 'That warms their living roots below, 'Then comes the weird time of year For ghosts to greet the living here. Oft in the stillness of the night, Black witches break forth into flight, Each on her strange and speeding broom, Across the wandering, watching moon. This is a night of little sleep, For those whose hearts are much too wea To answer to cold playmate's call, As 'neath the covers, they do crawl. But others of a brauer mind Are out to see if they can find Some means or way of frightening those Who lie in bed with trembling toes. The honored mayor's garden gate Has caught the youthful eye of late, The reason why I need not tell, I'm sure you know it very well. Are you the kind who stays at home, And fears the chilling, frightening Of children who are feigning dead, As you lie frozen in your bed? JOHN COLE 1110611 m p ' OGEER ,gall - N XX, if X . il off X X 4 N 'Q W , 1, 2 . N Sf Q W TX-.RQ IF' 1- 'Q x-X Q- 'P ' Nifrisgi Q ' x Ky VN NH K ' 'XXI kt' XX. ngywk f if 1' 4' I Z9 "1 1 3 1 ,I VY' I1 R 4 J, 6 NL NT - L , fr! My f --3 A . Q- ' I rq iff-J' , ' i"1f?,g'2. ," 1 T gif' ,11 7 I f ff 1 jfflg f , .ll ,' I. I f ,g2.'1 ' 'WB fill' lk A W .W ix A ,' If up , , , f , E ' ' Q ' 15 Sys: af f X-2-E ., -e If H H b LR-K gf X ' ' ,X 7,9 av ., - J' , A' Y W-mar v Z V W 1 OGBB 0 -R :gall TALE OF THE NINE SKIPPERS Ain't Nature grand? "Ah yes, it is," sighs the enraptured poet, but mention it to certain people in the old high school on the hill and you'll be greeted with a cold stare. There is nothing more fair than the beckoning hand of old Dame Nature when Duty does not call from the other side, but alas for him whose will power isn't suffi- ciently strong to put duty before pleasure! Of course, if any one had told us on that bright February day that we were going to disregard the call of Duty and hearken to the call of the open road, not one of us would have believed it. None of us would ever do a thing like that-but-we all have our weak moments, don't we? Sometimes the voice of our better self is simply drowned out by the insistent argument of the imp, and on this particular day, that roguish per' son quite overcame the admonitions of his better sister. Only one result could be ex' pected-a party of six started laughingly away from the school house on the hill. Oh, it was a lark. Never did the sun shine more brightly, the birds sing more jubilantly, or Nature smile more sweetly than on this wondrous day. But, ah,-her smile deceived us! She led us on and on like a mirage in the desert-to destruction. Yes, it was destruction, for I'm sure that one, at least, of those erring children has never gotten back full confidence in her better judgment. Then, alas, Nature showed her unpleasant side, for we came to a great sea of mud-the result of Nature's tears on the surface of old Earth. With one foot sunk almost to the ankle in this curse of the ages, and the other lifted precariously, undef cided as to where to step next, the wretched one sent up a cry to Heaven, "Oh, why' if I ever get back to my beloved seat, Bf4, I'll never leave it again." The sun always shines the brightest before the storm. Our little imp, having ac' complished his fiendish purpose, lapsed into silence and then-too late-we hearkened to the wamings of the other voice now concentrated into the four, pride'stinging words "I told you Six sorry persons filed back to town some hours later that afternoon-just an- other proof of the truth of that old maxim, "Look before you leap." It also seems that on this same day, three other dignified seniors got the same idea. Great minds run in the same channels, they say. However, these others seemed devoured with a passion for seeing some of their fellow humans act, so scorning the lowly by-roads, they betook themselves on shining cement--O wise ones-to the great capital of our beautiful state. There they sat in luxurious quiet while the rest of us poor mortals were struggling through deserts of mud. Was the Bishop's Murder Case good, boys? But seek your pleasure as you may, Duty will not be again forsaken. GENEVIE BUTCHER CREEK ffl "When joy and Duty clash, Let Duty go to smash"--from "Sunnybrook Farm" GEORGE SWART The wages of sin is death--but the wages of skipping school dOn't stop there- two weeks after school, exams, and twelve other punishments all rolled up in oneq- anyhow I lived up to my name. GERALD HSKIPPERN MUIR "Who cares!-'Gosh, maybe we shOuldn't have done it!-But, Mother-Yfy-es, Mr. B-Bray--Only eight more nights to stay-Save your Physics test papers, yOu'll need them for the Hnal exam!" CLEMENT BRADLEY "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread." VVe find no room for angels to tread with us, so fools we are, but also "by experience we learn" and "to the stars through difficulties." Yes, we had difficulties, saw stars, yet never reached any. "A word to the wise is sufficient."--never skip school unless you have permission. BILL WANDSCHNEIDER Every one takes chances. Some on the stock market, but we took chances with Mother Nature and she fooled us. She gave us mud and more mud. MARIE EUSTJS Well, I really fail to see any thing pleasant to write about. We broke the car, caught the Dickens, stayed after school and we must write our tests, so take my advice, underclassmen: "DOn't skip school, if you desire any peace of mind and body." WARD RYAN And after all's said and done- Away from school we'll 'never run-again. BERNICE BARTELT AND ROBERTA ROBERTS I WISH I HAD Asteadyman..... ..... ........P.J.MILES A romantic woman . . GEORGE SXVART A man's voice . .... . A geometrical mind . . A good student ..... A Hollywood career . A good pull ........ Curly hair ......... A wellfdeveloped chest Small feet ......... A large pituitary gland My liberty ......... My algebra ..... An alarm clock . . . LYLE WALT TUBBY TURNER Miss SPRY CLAIRE LLOYD CARL HABEL VIC WESTPHAL "Two POINTS' BULLOCK "BUMP" HANSON DONALD WAHL CLARENCE PASSER ELMER FROHMADER GEORGE KRESSIN OGEER L ll CONSTITUTION of the SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL We, the Senior Class of 1930, in order to form a more perfect school, to insure good behavior, and to set a perfect example to the underfclassmen, do establish this constitution of the Senior High School of Fort Atkinson. ARTICLE I, BEHAVIOR DEPARTMENT Section I-Hereafter, tag will be played in the halls. Section II-No student will be disciplined for writing notes. Section III-All students will be required to wear heelplates. Section IV-There shall be no ban on Free Communication. Section V-To insure the general welfare, paper wads must be used instead of chewing gum. Section VI-In order to protect our perfect health, we shall cut Gym classes when' ever we see fit to do so. Section VII-For selffprotection, the boys may snowball the girls. Section VIII-The boys shall sit with the girls during singing period in order that there shall be more music in their souls. Section IX-Every one shall have complete independence. Clause I-Each shall choose his own seat. Clause II-Each shall say whether his lesson shall be long or short. Clause III-Each shall hand his work in when he sees fit. Clause IV-Each shall have the right to change the marks on his report card to please his parents. ARTICLE II, REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT Section I-Hereafter, gum must be chewed by all. Section II-Miss Schmid shall serve breakfast to late students. Section III-Olives must be given away in the hall. Section IVH-Candy kisses shall be sold in the office. Section V-Any one may leave when he gets hungry and come back when he has had sufficient to eat. Clause I-For this purpose lunches will be waiting in the cooking room for all students desiring them. Clause II-There shall be no charge for these lunches. ARTICLE III, RECREATION DEPARTMENT Section I-Any person wishing to do so may leave and go for a ride in any car parked about the High School. ' tw ig, I I A V Om aw! Section II-MThere shall be a dance held every night in the High School gym at the expense of the district. Section III-At any time of the day, a motion may be made to have some one play the latest popular pieces while we "study." Section IV-When one gets tired of sitting, he shall get up and take exercises under Mr. Hope's instruction. Section V-Exercises shall be given in Mr. Hope's main room charge period, especially for the benefit of those who take Physics. Section VI-"Skippers" shall receive extra credit marks and honorable mention from the platform. AMENDMENTS Tag. Article I. Section I. All students are required to trip those in their way. Heelplates. Article I. Section III. Students are required to make all the noise they can for the benefit of those who are studying. Paperfwads. Article I. Section V. Hereafter tinffoil must be used for wads instead of paper. GumfChewing. Article II. Section I. Wrigley's is the prescribed gum hereafter. Breakfasts. Article II. Section II. Breakfasts must be kept hot for the following stud- ents: George Kressin, William Halfman and Hilda Lemke. Vacations. Article III. Section I. Special cars will be provided for those wishing to take a period or more off. Dances. Article III. Section II. Special instructors will be at these dances paid for by the Superintendent and Principal of the School. Music. Article III. Section III. Popular pieces will be provided by the Misses Spry, Seward and Smith. Exercises. Article III. Section IV. Exercises will be similar to those used by the mod' ern youth in making love. FAVORITE SAYINGS of the FACULTY 1. You aren't ready to recite. Stand up. 2. Hurry! Hurry! 3. Look and see for yourself. Don't ask such simple questions. 4. There's no more difference between this and that than there is between Ntweedle dee" and "tweedle dum." S. Did you understand that? 6. You see what I mean? 7. Hundred laps around the Gym. 8. That's all you've got to do. Explain it. HARD THINGS TO KEEP lx dla Y V 0GEER1sssfiQ'f:m ll ESSAY GN FISHING Fishing, that celestial joy to the lover of the Creator's great open spaces! What exquisite joy it is to sit by a stream as clear as mud with the flies sailing around as buzzards, ready to fall on some crumb which has remained after your unappetizing lunch has been stowed away safely. What unabounding happiness it is to sit on the "banks and braes" of some sluggish and murky streamlet with the sweltering sun pour' ing down its rays of life. What pleasing odors assail the nostrils: the scent of the cowslip and buttercup mingled with the stench of the sunfbaked mud, decayed moss and marsh grass. What can be so interesting as to watch a cork float motionless on the serene waters of a quiet creek? How one watches that piece of bark until it seems to bob about as a canoe in a whirlpool. And then what thrills run through one's body when little ring' lets are formed around the cork. How in the rush to get to the pole you stumble over the soggy turf, breaking up the brush and making enough noise to scare all the fish in the river. How unsteady is the hand and how fast the heart beats! And then how you yank the line out of the water with a force fit to pull a whale out of the ocean. Oh, then how dejection takes the place of glee and joy. How the heart which was once in your mouth now falls fairly into your shoes. What misery assails you when you see on the hook a fish the size of a goldishl With such dejection you gird up your loins and wend your way back to the smokefgrimed city for a night's rest. HAROLD WISCH My mouth shut From dreaming From blushing . From blufling . . From being late My temper .... From sponging . From flunking . My weight up . My hair up . . . My eyes from Dean . . . . . Away from men My money .... My stature small . . . . . From dancing . ALEXANDER ZIRATH BILL RoGERs RED HENZE WARD RYAN LOUIS TURNER RED KRENING R. MACLAURIN LUNCH HEINZ Dor TURNER WILMA GUMS ALENE MUELLER CHARLOTTE KLEMENT GEORGE SWART CLEMENT BRADLEY HELEN KUHRT V V OWERMESGII t x If z -f ,y QM Q, .,, , 9 ff ' " T" ' Q o Q- -in ,LEA-ARF 1 .... lk--I-' "Iii V , ,- LZ li eb s ,Z " s 10 Q O 5,1 u f Q' 4 ' H 'M U5 a Q0 - " idx 434 7- ffi s 1 'il P? 1 IX'-Ln J gs Mm' x , X 1 X Aki , WW ew ff N , ,, -4 , -EL A Q -- sg, , if if 'W "O OGEEREAHEIJKOII September "By all these lovely tokens, September Clays are here, Vvfith summers best of weather And Autumrfs best of cheer." SEPTEMBER 3 Important! Well, I should say it is. 'Most everybody is smiling, for we all love OJ to work and we sure started our job today. SEPTEMBER 9 Not quite such happy faces. One week has passed and regulations are being rigidly enforced. SEPTEMBER 24 New books have arrived for the library. Let's hope they are not too deep for our perusal. SEPTEMBER 25 One hundred per cent of the American History classes subscribed for Current News so that they could keep up with this "modern age." SEPTEMBER 30 Now just why do K. F. and H. W. look so sleepy this morning. Can it be possible that they were out after 10:0O? October "O, suns and skies and clouds of Iune, And flowers of june together, Te cannot rival for one hour, October's bright blue weather." OCTOBER 2 Ah! Nifty new uniforms are being ordered for the girls' "gym" classes. Now they can parade! OCTOBER 3 Counselor groups again this year. Why, oh, why, do we need so much advising? OCTOBER 5 Fort Atkinson defeated Edgerton 34fO. Bill Halfman and his assistants showed us how to cheer. OCTOBER 9 First meeting of the Dramatic Club. The club did very good work last year and aims to do even better this year. OCTOBER 11 A mass meeting was held. Mr. Bray spoke on "Pep" and Bill Clark on "School Spirit." lyfle V OGEER 1931111 All arrayed in their best stepped out to the lively music of Mussehl's Musical Maniacs. Refreshments very "light" were served. Oh, yes, HifY Boys, did you enjoy the dance? OCTOBER 18 From 7:00 to 11:00 there was a school party in the gymnasium. All there seemed to have a mighty gay time. Such sweet musicg such a sweet girl, etc. OCTOBER 21 Mr. Grabill spoke to us on the Dairy Show and Jefferson County's standing in dairy history. OCTOBER 22 Exhibition of Jefferson Countyls famous dairy cattle. Hence the reason that we started school early, and closed early, but we wonder just how many students really attended this show. OCTOBER 24 First public appearance of the Boys' Glee Club. And did they shine? The tall Basso-Profundo charmed all. OCTOBER 25 A What's the matter with all the girls? All are hobbling about as though rheuf matism had caught them while they were asleep. just ask Hope about it. OCTOBER 31 Well, girls, how's the Virginia reel? Is it your first f?j attempt at dancing? WEEK OF OCTOBER 25 Meat judging team received fifth place in competition with twentyftwo teams in the state contest at Madison. Albert Will was high individual in the state in judging dairy products. Congratulations, Albert! November "Fear not Novembefs challenge bold- VVe've books and friends And heartlzs that never can grow cold, These make amendsf' NOVEMBER 4 Mr. Blank entertained us with some truly sweet music on the victrola which he was demonstrating. Young Morris seemed to enjoy playing with the mascot which Mr. Blank had placed at Miss Spry's side. A few "specials" chosen by "Stuart" assisted the Boys' Glee Club in their second public appearance. "Adele" and "Stuart" were much pleased with their prodigies. V W J CGE V -ER -JET!! NOVEMBER S "Nellie" Parkerson seems to be rather partial to love stories in French class- wonder why! NOVEMBER 7 Vacation for a few days! That sounds good! The teachers have left for Milf waukee to receive more education. Here's hoping they are not advised to give us bigger doses of it. NOVEMBER 9 A victory! jefferson 7, Fort Atkinson 37. just what was the matter with jefferson would be hard to tell. NOVEMBER 11 An armistice play was presented-Gen and Gerald make a mighty good-looking couple. NOVEMBER 12 The girls' "gym" suits have arrived. Clogging is taking place-and can the girls clog? NOVEMBER 13 Rev. Mathews talked on "Character Development." NOVEMBER 14 Mr. Jeffords spoke on the "Value of Education." NOVEMBER 15 Mr. Rogers talked on the subject of "Citizenship" NOVEMBER 15 Mr. Bray thinks that cowbells aren't appropriate in school, Gerald. A peppy mass meeting for the FortfLake Mills game was held. NOVEMBER 18 We sure stepped on the Lake's toes. Defeated them 34'0. NOVEMBER 21 Marie Eustis is at Madison General Hospital. We hope she will soon be better. NOVEMBER 25 Ye HifY boys, did you enjoy your luncheon? NOVEMBER 27 4 French Club organized. It already has thirtyftwo members. NOVEMBER 28 Ralph Turner, a former graduate, paid us a visit. NOVEMBER 29 We're all busy figuring out our programs for next semester. Seniors, be sure to take Advanced Algebra if you are thinking of attending college. OQEER up aiarvll December "Goodbye, kind year, we walk no more together, But here in quiet happiness we part, And from thy wreath of faded fern and heather, I take some sprays, and wear them on my heart." DECEMBER 2 Report cards! Such tragic looks! DECEMBER 5 Football banquet. Oh, why couldn't we all have been invited? The boys must have enjoyed it, with such charming girls to wait on them. DECEMBER 6 We know Nathan's around. Every one must have that walk memorized by now. He does walk in Miss Spry's room rather quietly-sometimes. DECEMBER 6 George and Clement were exceedingly feminine at the HifY hard time party. Didn't Miss Schmid and Miss Stoppenbach look charming in their old-fashioned dresses? DECEMBER 9 Helen Ruth Nettesheim visited us today. DECEMBER 11 Boys' Glee Club entertained us this morning. We used lots of will power to keep from walking out. DECEMBER 13 Superstitions! Friday the 13th. Good luck seems to be plentiful except for that Physics test that Mr. Beach gave. January "Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow, 'The year is going, let him go, Ring out the false, ring in the true." JANUARY 1 A brand new year! All are celebrating by staying at home writing out good UQ resolutions for the next year. JANUARY 2 Congratulations, Stuart! News of wedding bells has just reached our ears. JANUARY 3 Mr. Beach reminds Fritz P. that it is line weather to be outside playing marbles and Fritz agrees with him. JANUARY 6 Vacation day for most of the students. Those who left to be vaccinated for' got CJ to return. X. A W N -- -v V ocjlsgzlziseafgg Y Q I 5 Q N, JV , 2 lgf. V- 7 Eales -W- Pxv3Yx ay ,I M w W Q My 1 , Am' 'I M-Asses Swan, 4 ' DJ E ms and Bums Mauna! E f 1,37 I' It W in ' , I I X X 'lilu-Jn-ufmy Z I X ' , ,i x Y 1 It - h fl 1 3.""'f-ai" ...iw v 4 'I 1 Q 19" 1 1' X Qt X j K X L, 4 f fx sf A X +40 ,Q 2' - f W? 3 ,YYQ ' X ,N m 'W "Jig tv ff' 42 . TJ , 'ks Yievifz - J. ,dw The 5oYM'isxit'.dfe.a. Bea, Gvdxixlxx 3? 45' 5 was s mkdck - wkak the. wenwlre ssel woman IS weaving. GGEER 2501! , V JANUARY 8 Still several vacant seats! Vaccinations do not work for several days. Better return to your labors, children,-that excuse won't hold. JANUARY 9 Who's the tall blond that is on your mind, Nell? One should be able to trans' late a French love story without blushing. JANUARY 10 Congratulations to the girls of the 1:20 gym class. You displayed such fine artistic ability today. Mr. Beach and Mr. Hope must have been studied very carefully to create such wonderful inspiration. The pictures really ought to be framed. JANUARY 11 Did the Seniors enjoy the test this morning? The forced smiles tell the answer. Be merciful, O ye teachers! JANUARY 13 Fort lost to Edgerton in a mighty fine game, the score being 9f18. Operetta "Pickles" started and an allfstar cast was picked. JANUARY 14 Brilliant? When asked how his ears should be when listening, one of our Mark Twains answered, "Perpendicular to the floor." JANUARY 15 As to the relative value of Ford and Essex cars, Ward knows all about it. This was demonstrated in Physics class. JANUARY 16 Too bad the makers of gym suits forgot to arrange for the compact, girls. Preliminary debate between Columbus and Fort, with Fort the victor. Good work! JANUARY 17 A magician is to be in our midst soon. Girls, get to bed early for you will have to be wide awake when he appears. He is supposed to be good looking,-an added attraction! JANUARY 24 Exams! Strange how one word takes- all the smiles away. JANUARY 27 New semester! Seniors are told to wake up or some will be returning next year. JANUARY 29 Why so many seats changed? Have neighbors quarreled or have they been too friendly? JANUARY 30 Phil, is a case developing? Remember, your school days are not over. bYfi6g4? J V YS7 REBER 5f!Il February "The little birds twittev and cheep To their loves on the leafless larchg But seven foot deep the snowfwreaths sleep, And the year hath not worn to March. FEBRUARY 2 Ground Hog Day! Please, Mr. Sunshine, come out. Cloudy weather destroys our fine dispositions. FEBRUARY 4 Nathanial, you certainly must like a certain little junior. Maybe the fact that "Gentlemen prefer blondes" has something to do with it. FEBRUARY 5 Roberta R. is at the bank today. Let's hope no bandits appear, for if locked in the vault even Dick could not rescue her. A key to the heart does not lit the lock of a vault. FEBRUARY 7 Teachers' Convention. A little bird whispered that the speakers at this conven- tion are to urge the teachers to arrange for more student parties. I'lere's hoping the little bird knew what he was talking about. FEBRUARY 12 A fine talk by Rev. Morris on Abraham Lincoln. FEBRUARY 14 Hearts are fluttering today! Did you enjoy your valentine, Mr. Hope? FEBRUARY 17 How about the little walk you took, Phil, and how about your companion? FEBRUARY 18 Pickles-more Pickles-and still more PICKLES! ! FEBRUARY 21 Oh me, Oh my! Where have some of the good sheep wandered! Here's hoping not one of them gets lost. It's a lovely day for a stroll. FEBRUARY 22 Washington's birthday. A delightful little patriotic program was arranged by Miss Stoppenbach. FEBRUARY 24 Fire drill! It really is remarkable how quickly the blaze can be quenched. FEBRUARY 25 What iight the Fort boys showed! Yet were defeated by Jeiferson. Better luck nexttnne! FEBRUARY 26 The prodigal children have returned. Wonder if they enjoyed their little vacaf tion? IX vi A A R' ii - V OGEER ll FEBRUARY 27 Nell had a nice looking tie on. How about it, Red? FEBRUARY ZS Marvelously played game, Fort, but Stoughton held the cards. Score: I9-13. March "O Marclz that blustevs and March that blows . . Beauty you summon from wiiitefs snows, And you are the pathway that leads to the rose." MARCH 1 We certainly are glad to see you back, Marion. Looking fine, too! MARCH 3 Louis nearly fell asleep in Typing class. Where were you last night, Louis? MARCH S Umfmfm! Such a lovely Physics test. Bet every one comes out "on the top." MARCH 12 Hazel and Bill love to go over a certain scene several times each practice of Pickles. A loud smack is heard and then--"Why, how dared you?" MARCH 13 Pickles given at Municipal building. A big success. One of the very best operettas given by Fort High School. Congratulations, Miss Stoppenbach. MARCH 14 Bill Halfman thought his entire song was the word "pickles," last night. Never mind, Bill, you starred anyhow and didn't lose your clothes. MARCH 17 St. Patricks Day. Red Krening, we all want you to know how much we en' joyed your red sweater and green tie. At least, you didn't get your dates mixed as Bill W. did. MARCH 21 Johnnie C. sure knows how to ride a "bike" Hollywood awaits you, John. MARCH 24 Wonderful talk by Roy L. Smith of Minneapolis on the subject, "At the Foot of the Rainbow." Students were unanimous in declaring it the most interesting talk this year. MARCH 27 Hazel L. sang a fine solo at the Music Study Club concert. At least Bill H. thought so, and he ought to know. GGEER Il April April is here! Listen, a bluebird is caroling near! Low and sweet is the song he smgs, As he sits in the sunshine with folded wings. APRIL 1 "All Fool's Day," folks say. Why such a hard Physics test? To fool us, an easy test would have been the correct stunt. APRIL 3 Interesting moving pictures were shown in the Physics classes. Thanks, Mr. Miller. APRIL 7 Mr. Pounder presents an interesting book to the High School. APRIL 9 Beauty culture seems to be wending its way into F. H. S. The waves are beau- tiful, girls, but don't let them land you on the rocks financially. APRIL 10 Congratulations, Mr. Weatherman, but don't tempt us too much. APRIL ll Wake up! School starts at 8:20. Declamatory contest-'good work, Alene. Track meet-good gracious, Weston! APRIL 1lf21 Easter vacation! And it rained almost every day! Kind fate. APRIL 21 g Seniors decide on the number of announcements they will need. APRIL 26 Prom banquet! Such a beautiful array of colors--both faces and gowns! Thanks, Juniors, it was a delightful feast. APRIL 28 Report cards! Eleventh hour! Seniors, don't be so downcasgfrmanna may fall from heaven. APRIL 29 Entertained by Heaney "the great magician." Commencement Week JUNE 1--Baccalaureate Service--Rev. J. S. lvlorris. JUNE 4-Graduation Exercise--Address, William Rainey Bennett. JUNE 6AAlumni Association. wa A V OGEER Il THE BAND This, the second year of the band's organization, finds all working hard to earn money for uniforms. On December 13, a concert was given, after which the mothers of the band members met and organized the Band Mothers' Association, with Mrs. Benton Beebe, President, Mrs. Maybell Krebs, Vice-President, Mrs. Fred Dexheimer, Secretary, Mrs. Henry Miller, Treasurer. JUNIOR BAND John Alley, Clarinet, Edmund Anderson, Clarinet, Norman Anderson, Tromf bone, Lorraine Banker, Cornet, Dean Becker, Snare Drum, Hazel Graske, Cornet, Junior Dexheimer, Flute, Shelbourne Donkle, Baritone, David Downing, Cornet, Junior Downing, Cornet, Teddy Freeman, Clarinet, Leslie Graper, Clarinet, Harry Habel, Cornet, George Hagemann, Clarinet, Robert Hedberg, Clarinet, Robert Korf datsky, Cornet, Robert Krueger, Snare Drum, Leona Lueder, Clarinet, Adella Lenz, Clarinet, Addison Loga, Clarinet, Harold Logan, Clarinet, Earl Luedtke, Drum, Ar- vone Mooradian, Clarinet, Eva Missfeldt, Clarinet, Albert Nameth, Clarinet, Harvey Heinz, Clarinet, Roberta Northey, Clarinet, Dean Peterson, Trombone, Paul Rabe, Cornet, Tommy Rennemo, Melophone, Robert Rohde, Drum, Margaret Riggert, Clari' net, Adeline Steinke, Clarinet, Le Roy Teed, Cornet, Juanita Telfer, Trombone, How' ard Weiss, Saxophone, Arthur Ernie, Tuba, Benton Beebe, Drum Major, Evelyn Schloesser, Saxophone, Robert Werner, Saxophone, Robert Cary, Clarinet, Leonard Masters, Clarinet, Mark Kerschensteiner, Cornet, Billy Wescott, Saxophone, William Kelly, Trumpet, Geoffrey Parkerson, Cornet, Wilson Beebe, Saxophone, Donald Jen- kins, Tuba, Rudolph Ruchert, Cornet, Bill Young, Clarinet, Robert Heide, Cornet, SENIOR BAND Irene Anthes, Base, Wilson Beebe, Saxophone, Gerald Bellman, Saxophone, Ken' neth Brown, Clarinet, Agnes Bucholtz, Clarinet, Stinson Chase, Clarinet, Clifford Conrad, Tuba, August Fisher, Melophone, Arthur Ernie, Tuba, Mary Eustis, Clarif net, Marie Eustis, Trombone, Elwood Florin, Base Drum, Howard Gottschalk, Saxo' phone, Ira Hake, Clarinet, Robert Halverson, Trumpet, Elizabeth Hartmann, Clarinet, Violet Heide, Clarinet, Dean Kammer, Saxophone, Floyd Kiesling, Cornet, Charlotte Klement, Clarinet, Norma Klement, Saxophone, William Krebs, Clarinet, Robert Lackey, Cornet, Leona Lueder, Clarinet, Mae Leonard, Clarinet, Addison Loga, Clari- net, Earl Luedtke, Drum, Helen Main, Cornet, Lola Maryott, Saxophone, Donald Milf ler, Clarinet, Lois Moore, Saxophone, Vincent Mathews, Clarinet, Alene Mueller, Saxophone, Mildred Mussehl, Trombone, Roberta Northey, Clarinet, Eleanor Parker' son, Cornet, Mary Parkerson, Melophone, Clarence Passer, Cornet, Raymond Peter' son, Saxophone, Fred Pieritz, Trombone, Foster Pitzner, Saxophone, Evelyn Regling, Melophone, Margaret Riggert, Clarinet, Roberta Roberts, Flute, Edith Slater, Saxof phone, Harold Spitzer, Comet, Adeline Steinke, Clarinet, George Swart, Saxophone, Juanita Telfer, Trombone, Norman Timblin, Snare Drum, Ruby Trieloff, Saxophone, Louis Turner, Cornet, Russel Venaas, Clarinet, Donald Wahl, Snare Drum, Dorothy Wahl, Trombone, Wilton Wahl, Cornet, Billy Vv'escott, Saxophone, Josephine Wheel- er, Melophone, Howard VV'eiss, Saxophone, Bessie Will, Clarinet, Jean Ryan, Clarinet, Robert Kordatzky, Cornet, Bill Halfman, Baritone, David Downing, Cornet, Adella Lenz, Clarinet, Benton Beebe, Drum Major, Helen Ganzer, Baritone. Lola Maryott, Saxophone. OGEERMHQFO ll V xv DEER EFS!! L, .gem A aka ff .--..4.. lun- ?!' OGEERISQEPEQU ll f-1 cd D-4 ff. ,F U-1 Z ffl no 2 O Cd c. Qc C Z I-ll W Qc O Z J .J C' OGEER QQ II 'hh-w.+eJ Ve 5+u-1. I , XJ fvesl-me o Dq+f-ll Sthuof 'nv Ilili Q S+. ' laha4's If fffflqh-'ff nn gon yf k for He Mylf js Comix! LM H2 cw. MQ H F"-lk' V W V gg? ' CGEER 0 M OPERETTA .- UPICKLESH ack Row: Rnlwurt Lackey, Ruhcrl Muclnurin. Carl Roglitz, Alcx Zlruth, john Cohn lin-wld Muir. Will:1xAd Wzllmdmclwxwcidcr. Bcrmcc Bzxrtclt, john PUI1y1CSJlI1yl. from Ruw: Clcmcnt Bradley. Wxlnxzz Gurus, Vv'ilIiun1 Hillf-lllilll. Hzlzrl Lmtun. Vv'1llmm Rugvrw Anna Will. lrcnc Anthcs. OGEERWHQFOII i ' y s I 5 Rennemds The Place To Ea! and Damce We Enjoy Your Company and Appreciate Your Patronage ph 48 1045 hM S vv 0 via IF-EI - RN' UR! Viv - - - I Teacher: Clarence, you haven't the last experiments in yet Clarence M.: Is that all? Teacher: Isn't that enough? Teacher: What is boiling? When does water boil? G. Butcher: When it gets hot enough. Teacher fdiscussing pulleysj: Mildred, have you ever seen a slnglc fixed pulley? M. Mussehl: I don't know. Teacher: And you just had a new house built. What kind of windows did it 7 have in it. M. Mussehl: Glass. F l An Ideal Summer Suit An Eagle Shirt A Cheney Cravat A Pair of Kalamazoo Pants HGPKINS li BEEBE'S i H V6lVf6lfj! I Store I I 4 I O A ON W S O N I I ... . DGN MACK'S I judges should he given a term of life Teacher: Margaret, do you think that Service? M. Zeidler: No, they should not be given a life term. Teacher: Or? .BEE M. Zeidler: Until they die. Red Krening: These pants are too small Expert Radio for me. Seryjc-6 H Teacher: Put tape around them. Red: If I don't like it, I'll rip the tape off after the first quarter. I Teacher: How do you know y0u're go' ign to play a quarter? Tel 87 116 N. Main l--' N --i The Student Headquarters for ., SODAS - MAGAZINES I ScHooL SUPPLIES ' Bm' Most of All "The .Sjbirit of Friemlsloqf' ' nonng l DRUG STORE "0UALlTY UDRNER " In Gur Store I It Isn't How Much L a Patron is Served But HOW Well He is Served JENSEN .sl JONES I 1 1 l I 1 The Home Beautiful both inside and outside PLANT FLOWERS AND MAKE OUR CITY A BEAUTY SPOT .ynn L. Aspinwall Greenhouse X One Block East of High School - s IF 5 i The Central Market ERROLD Thirty Minute Delivery Service Co' All kinds of fresh and salt meats JFFERS MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Students' Suits 318.50 Men's and Young Men's Suits 322.50 M Tailored In The University Manner Stop and Shop at Our South Side Cash and Carry Market when Down Town W H. MCNITT CO TWO MARKETS 94 South Main Street Comer Whitewater Ave. SL South Main Stree To Students- We Thank You for All Favors Extended A nl 1 YA 1 w X H "We had Judo good times together! 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Fort Atkinson High School - Tchogeerrah Yearbook (Fort Atkinson, WI) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

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