Mayville High School - Rocket Yearbook (Mayville, WI)
- Class of 1930
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THE CLASS OF I930
dedicate this "Rocket"
to a class advisor who has
labored unceasingly and
whole-heartedly in their be-
half, a teacher who has gained
the confidence of her pupils,
who has secured their best
efforts, and who has proved
herself a friend whom they
will remember with gratitude
and affection as
MARY V. MORIARTY
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WE, THE CLASS OF 1930,
present this volume of the
"Rocket" to you in the hope that
it may faithfully portray a year's
history of High School life in all
its various ph ases, and that
it may furnish a record of the
pleasant hours we have spent
here. lf it succeeds in ac-
complishing these things, we
shall feel that our efforts have
been worth while.
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MR. KURT RUEDEBUSCH MR. JOHN THIEL MR. EMIL MEINERS
Clerk Direclor Treasurer
SUPERINTENDENT O. E. BUTH
To lfze Class of 1930:
CONSTANTLY keep high ideals before you. Set the stand-
ard of your thinking and your living above that of the
masses. The world today needs men and women who are
courageous and righteous leaders. Adopt principles that will
mold character and malce you an influence for finer and better
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DEBUG DJ li DBEDIU
C60 the gaculty
You, who gave us education.
ln addition, power and strength,
You, who offered information,
Brought us to our goal at length.
You've prepared us for a
ln the halls of life's own
Where we will encounter
Facing tasks with sl:-rner
All the patience you have
To both ignorant and wiseg
Through the tedious hours
Smiling, maybe in disguise,
If we only could repay yr
lfur the wonders you have
This is all that we can offer
vlQhliI1kS, fffflrl l'al'h flfld every YYIYC!
Normrr Barlell '30
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O. E. BUTH, B. A.
University of Wisconsin
River Falls State Teachers' College
English, Hisiory, Library
LUCILLE BUSSE, B. A.
University of Wisconsin
La Crosse State Teachers' College
Physical Training, Music
Oshkosh State Teachers' College
Manual Aria, Athletics
ESTHER GRENZOW, B. S.
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Secreiary lo Superinlendeni
HOWARD McMAHON, B. A.
Science, V ocalional Guidance
ARNOLD MELZER. B. A.
History, Civics, Forensics
Whitewater State Teachers' Colleg
MONONA NICKLES, B. M.
University of Wisconsin
LILA OLSON, Ph. B.
University of Wisconsin
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RUTH SCHIESSER, B. A.
University of Wisconsin
INA ZILISCH, B. S.
IRENE. SULLIVAN, B. A.
Clolby CE'be Teachers .fook gfaggard and q.QJom
l studied the next paragraph."
l left my Arithmetic at home in my other shirt pocket."
"Shall we write on both sides of the paper?"
l haven't my book report ready."
Did you assign a lesson for tomorrow? Tomorrow's Saturday."
l didn't understand the question."
"The other class didn't have as long an assignment as we did."
"l had it all written out but l left it at home."
May l sharpen my pencil?,,
"l don't see why l failed."
l didn't have any study period today because of assembly."
"l lost my paper."
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C556 gfocket Staff
Editor-in-Chief . .... Edward Bachhuber
Ass't Editor . . . . . Dorothy Meiners
Business Manager . . Joe Doherty
Ass't Business Manager . . Robert Hamm
Literary Editor . . Evelyn McCloud
Ass't Literary Editor . . Anna Keup
Art Editor . . . . Frank Magyar
Alumni . . Maybelle Husting
Humor . l..aVerne Bartsch
Boys' Athletics . Nick Deanovich
Girls' Athletics . . Ethel Murphy
Snapshots . . . Gertrude Dedolph
Photographs . Mildred Voss
Music . . . Otto Lechner
Calendar .... . . . Ruth Gehrke
junior Representative .... Emil Malesevich
Faculty Advisor, Miss Moriarty
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C1096 and the janitor
Who's careless when the mud is deep?
Who comes in and leaves on his hat,
And makes a path around the mat?
Who should be given brains to keep?
Who fails to stop and think again?
Who spills the ink and lets it dry
Upon his desk-who doesn't try
To use some judgment now and then?
W!lKl'S reckless eight o'Clock to four?
Who grins a senseless grin, and grinds
The chalk beneath his heel, and finds
An inkwell for the note he tore?
Who's thoughtless as when we first met?
Who owns that crumpled paper on
The floor beside the basket? 'Pon
My word, he's a poor marksman yet,
And who is he who keeps
Our thankless, thoughtless, careless frames
Of mind he overlooksg nor blames
Us when he sweeps. NOW, WHO'S ALL
Why, Mr. Guse. of course.
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DOROTHY MEINERS .
ROBERT HAMM .
Dear old school with bricks of red,
And echoing corridors,
Hosts of fleeting memories
Are mingled midst your lores.
We were safe within your care
And happy, pure, and true,
Knowing naught of tricks of life
While sheltered there by you.
Days have come and days have go
And years have passed us by,
Time to bid a sad farewell
Too soon is drawing nigh.
Facing now the storms of life
Alone, we must come through,
Brave and strong we'll battle on:
So dear old school, adieu.
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l "Tha Lord gave n few people hmmx, and Erluuird cw-
dcntly had Il pullf
Stunt Show I3 Class Trcas. 13 Fair 23 Miisic Cuntcst 23
Festival 3. 43 Troubadors Z, 3, 43 Opcrctta 3, 43 Football
l, 2, 3, 4, M 2, 3, 43BLlslrctl1all2, 3, 4. AMA 2, M 3,
43 Class Prcs. 33 Prom Chairman 33 Editor of Annual 43
Pres. German Club 33 Homecoming 43 Winnur, Edison Con'
test 43 Class Play 4.
"Tau would lqnuw her by her gentle manners
Opcrctta 33 Sercnadcrs 2, 3, 43 Prom 33 Fair 23 Clce
Club 1, Z, 3, 4.
NORMA BARTELT "Eddie"
"Music oft hath a wondrous charm."
Thcrcsa H. S. I 23 Orchcslra 33 Prom 33 German
Club 33 Opcretta 43 Festival 43 Accompanist 4,
LAVERN E BARTSCH "Nuts"
"A small girl with a hug heart,
And always glad tu do her part."
Class Pres. 13 Stunt Show I3 Scrcnadcrs 3, 4: Clcv
C.ulx 2, 3, 43 Music Cnntusts 2, 33 All-State Chorus 33
Homecoming 43 Festival 3, 43 Girl Scouts 2. 3, 43 Opcrctla
3, 43 journalism 43 Annual Stall 43 Class Play 4.
WALTER BECK "Specks"
"Dorl't look at me, gxrlxg at makes me nvrvuus "
Thcrcsa H. S. 1, Z3 Festival 3. 43 German Cluh 33
Glec Club 3. 43 Opcrctta 3, 4.
CLARENCE BERNHARD "Fat"
"Each day he drives from home his Ford,
To graduate is has reward."
Theresa H. S. l, Z3 Prom 33 German Club 33 Foot-
ball 3, 4.
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HORTENSIA CUNDY "T6nSie"
"I do mv duly, othev things trouble mc not."
Opcrctta 33 Classical Orchestral 41 Clcc Club Z, 3, 4,
MELVIN CZOSCHKE "Mike"
" 'Tis fcurcd hc will dn: of U'l7C'YwU1k.H
NICK DEANOVICH "BatCl'l:l"
"H: wuuld 1llll'lC1 hug a football than anything else."
Football l, 2. 3, 4, AMA 2, M 3, 41 Basket-ball 3, 4.
M 3, -lg Prom 3: Miisic I, -lg Annual Stall 41 Homecoming
4, Class Play -l. '
GERTRUDE DEDOLPH "BulJl3ling Hannah"
"A hiuvldly hmn with nmny f1lcmls."
Glu' Club l, Z, 3, 4, Scrcnadcrs 3, 4, Opcrctta 3. 4,
Cirl Scouts Z, 3 43 Fair Z3 Prom 3, Festival 3, 4, Hume'
coming 3: Annual Staff -lg journalism 4.
JAMES DETHLEFS "Red"
"Hcn:'s to the boy with thc red haw,
Always nmdy to do his shave."
Football 3, -lg Stunt Show lg Fair Z, Prom 33 Class
CHRISTIAN DOBBERPHUL "Einstein"
"His blush would make lx vcd 'rosa while."
Band l, 2. 3. -lg Prom 33 Stunt Show 23 Homccoming -lg
Festival 3, 43 Opcrvtta 3, 45 Troubadors 3, 4.
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JOE DOHERTY "Joe"
"On the job, any time, any plucc, and fullv equipped,
Class Prcs. lg Stunt Show lg Class Trcas. 21 Fair 2'
Boxing 2, 31 Clos Club 23 Football Z, 3, 4. AMA 2, M 3.
43 Prom 33 Mgr. Student Voice 33 Bus. Mgr. Annual -lg
Homecoming 45 Class Play 4.
HILARY ELSINGER "Tammy"
"'l'wmkle, twinkle, little star.
What a boxhful boy you are."
Fnuthzll l. Z, 3, 4. M 2, 3, -lg Basket-b:ull 33 Boxing 23
Class Vice-Pros. 3.
EDWARD FALK "Eddie"
"Ready and tvuc in every need,
Such men, we know, are fnendx mdt-cd."
Fair 23 Prom 3g Gorman Club Kg Fuulball I, 2, 3, 4,
MYRTLE FIEDLER "Stray"
"Hur UUIYIYIIJ1 ix quiet, but tlovft judge her bv xt."
Theresa H. S. l, Zg Gorman Club 3.
HAROLD FISCHER "Fish"
"A quiet, thoughtful, good Sl7lCC'I8 lad."
Orchestra 33 Frstivzll 3, 43 Pmm lg Band I, Z, 3, 44
RUTH GEHRKE "Weet"
"My wnyls my wayg let nthurx dn dsfferrntlv if thcv
Girl Scouts 2, 3, 4g Glue Club l, 2, 3. 4: Music Con-
tests Z, 35 All'Stzxtc Chorus 3: Class Vicclprcs. 21 Festival
3, 45 Prom 33 Screnndcrs 3, 41 Operetta 3. 43 journalism
4: Homecoming 43 Annual Stall 45 Class Play 4.
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"Blessed is he who invented sleep."
"Cuvly hair, a winning smile,
Shc's n girl who is worth while."
German Club 33 Girl Scouts 2, 3, 43 Glcc
43 Opcretta 33 Prom 33 journalism 4.
"Hc's backward about coming forward."
Fair 23 Prom 3.
Club l, 2, 3.
"All men are volumes if you know how to read them."
Football l, Z. 3, 4, AMA 2. M 3, 43 Basket-ball AMA
3, -43 Stunt Show I3 Opcrctta 3, 43 Octet 43 Festival 3, 43
Bind 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom 33 Homecoming 43 Fair 7.3 German
Club I, 23 Class Treas. 43 Annual Staff 4.
SIEGFRIED HERBENER "Fifi"
"Two gentlemen 'rolled in one."
Foorball 3, 4, M 33 Fair 23 Festival 33 Glce Club 3.
MAYBELLE HUSTING "MibS"
"Always jolly, always kind,
Shes the girl we like to ind."
Scrcnndcrs 2, 3, 43 Glcc Club 1, 2, 3, 43 All'State
Chorus 33 Ripon 23 Girl Scouts 2, 3. 43 Prom 33 Operctta
3, -03 Festival 3. 43 Fair 23 journalism 43 Annual Staff 43
Class Play 4.
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MILTON -IUSTNIAN "Crazy'
"A knight of the night,"
Theresa H. S. l, Z: Glcc Club 3, 4g Festival 3.
ANNA KEUP "Annah"
"The way she studies and refutes
Gives the flunlqers fovty jnghtsf'
Glcc Club l, 2, 3, 4, Scc. lg Srrcnndcrs 2, 3, 4:
Ripon 2, Festival 3, 43 Opurcttn 3, 4, Prom 33 journalism
41 Annual Staff 4.
ATLY KOHLI "Chip"
"Eat, drink, and be merry, fav tomovmu wc go I0
Opcrctta 31 Festival 3, Cleo Club 2, 35 Prom 33 Gorman
ALVIN KRUG "Bul0ney"
"lf my ambitions materialize, l shall be famous."
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Fair 23 Opcrcttzl 31 Festival 3, -lg
Prom 33 Homecoming 4.
"Her talents are of the silent mpc."
Theresa H, S. 1, 23 Prom 3, Gcrmnn Club 35 Glcc
EDWARD LEHMAN "Lemon"
"Life is what you make it."
Football Z, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Festival 3, 43 Orcbrstrn 3, 41
Prom 3: Music Contest 3, 4.
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ANTOINETTE LANGE "Tooclie"
"The ltardcf I try to be good, the wane I am."
Glcc Clulw 2, 3, 4, Scrcnadcrs 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3 4,
Opcrctta 3, 4, Girl Scouts Z, 3, 4, Prom 3, Stunt Show 1,
Festival 3, 4, Homecoming 4, Class Play 4.
OTTO LECHNER "Ottsie"
"Not too scuoux, not ton gay, but a 'rare good fellowf
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 4, German Club l, 3,
Fair 2, Prom 3, Class Vice-Pres. 4, Festival 3, 4, Home
coming -6, Annual Stall' 4.
EVELYN MCCLOUD "Dolly"
"Hawk A maid tlmt's full of fun,
Ami xlue's bright as is the sun."
Roosevelt J. H. Fond du Lac l, Scrcnadcrs 2, 3, 4, Glue
Club 2, 3, 4, All'Statc Chorus 3, Ripon 2, Class Sec.
2, Prom Qucvn 3, Girl Scouts 2, J, 4, Opcrctta 3, 4'
Festival 3, 4, Homecoming 4, Debate 4, Annual Stall 4:
journalism 4, Crass Play 4,
GEORGE MAASKE "Athos'f
"lf you must rl1glAC, go your wav,
1'm m thc right, tlmta all I'll say."
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Glcc Club 2, 3, 4,
Truuhatlors Z, 3, 4, Dcbatc 2, 3, 4, Festival 3, 4, Stunt
Show l, Fair Z, Ripon 2, Prom 3, Opcrctta 3. 4, Home'
coming 4, Cla-ss Play 4.
FRANK MAGYAR "Matz"
"Hc's always 'ready to draw fm you,"
Basket-ball 2, 3, 4, Football 1. 2. 3, Stunt Show l,
Prom fl, Annual Staff 4.
KATHRYN MAGYAR "Katy"
"A voice of beauty and a smile of gladncssf
Glu: Club I, 2, 3, 4, Scrcnadcrs 2, 3, 4, Girl Scouts
2, 3, -0, Stunt Show 2, Festival 3, 4, Opcrcrm 3, 4, Music
Contests 2, Prom 1, Class Sec. 3.
l EUNICE MARQUART "Giggles"
"A girl who has been full of fun,
E'e1 since her school days have begun."
Glue Club l, Z, 3, 43 Opcrcttn 33 Prom 3.
RUTH MARQUART "Ruthie"
"A quiet gnl-seldom."
Glcc C.ub 1. 2, 3, 43 Opcrcttn 3.
"Happy am I, from care l'm fvee,
Why a1en't thuv all contented, like me"'
DOROTHY MEINERS "Dot"
"lt's pep that makes the world go Wound."
Glcc Club 2, 3, 43 Class Sec. I, 43 Girl Scouts 2. 3. 43
Stunt Shuw lg Band 2, 3, 43 Scrcnadcrs 3, 43 Prom 33
Operetta 33 Festival 3, 43 Fair 23 journalism 43 Home-
coming 43 Annual Staff 43 Class Play 4.
ETHEL MURPHY "Eckie"
"Shel: full of wit, and full of fun,
And with ix smile greets evc1yom:."
Screnadcrs 3, 4, Sec. 43 Glce Club 2. 3, 43 Music
Contests 2, 33 All-State Chorus 33 Prom 33 Girl Scouts
2, 3, 4, Sec. 33 Festival 3, 43 Homecoming 43 Operrztta 3,
43 Annual Staff 4.
ALOIS NEUBURG "Weasel"
"And then she .stole my speech away."
Opcrctta 3, 43 Festival 3, 43 Prom 33 Glue Club 2, 33
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IGNATIUS PIONKOSKI "lggie"
"Go West, young man, go West"
Football 2, 3. 45 Prom 3, Football M 3, 43 Class Play 4.
"Many great men were bashful youths."
ROBERT RUEDEBUSCH "StilTy"
"A great delmter bows before lovc's altar."
Band l. 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Music Contests
2, 4, All-State Chorus 31 Festival 3, 4, Gurman Club
31 Class Trcas. 3, Pres. 4, Stunt Show lg Trnubadors 3, 45
Opcrctta 3. 4, Quartet 21 Octet 11 HifY 4, Fair 2, Home'
coming 4, National Music Contest 4.
THECLA SALZBERGER "Teckie"
"This girl is full of fun, and jolly,
And can she talk? just like a Polly!"
Glcu Club l, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Show 23 Festival 3, Ripon
Contest 2: Scrcnadtrs 2, 3, 4, Girl Scouts 2, 3, 45
Prom 3, Opcrctta 3. 4, Homccoming 4.
HELEN SCHMIDBAUER "SChmitty"
"Some think the world is made for fun. Sa do I."
Glcc Club l, Z, 33 Scrcnadcrs 2, 3, Prom 35 Festival 3.
JOHN SCHNEIDER "Hans Jacob"
"I love all girls from A to Z."
San Diego H. S. 25 Debate 3, 4: Octet 4: Festival 3, 4,
journalism 3, -lg Stunt Show lg Opcrctta 3, 4, Class
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ETHEL STEINBACH "EIrif:"
"Silent, but earnest."
JOHN STEINHORST "St0nie"
"Oh, I feel so romantic!
Troubadors 35 Glen: Club l, 2, 3, 45 journalism 4'
Opcrctta 3, 43 Festival 4.
MILDRED VOSS "Milly"
"There is no argument equal to a happy smile."
G'cc Club l, 2g Prom 3g Girl Scouts 2. 3, 4, Trcns. 33
Stunt Show lg Fair 25 Homecoming 43 journalism -lg An'
nual Stull -L
GERTRUDE WELSCH "Gert"
"A smiling countenance shows a rhcevful manner."
Glce Club l, 2, 3, 4: Scrcnadcrs 2, 3, 43 Orchcstrn 3, 43
Operctta 3, 4g Girl Scouts Z. 3, 4g Prom 33 Homecoming
43 journalism 43 Festival 4.
HAZEL WHEELER "Hazy"
"We warn you not to pass har by,
Although her mannc1's slightly shy."
Prom 31 Girl Scouts 2, 11 Glue Club I, 4.
STANLEY WIESE "Sian"
"A stranger in our midst, but well lsked where he is
Port Edwards H. S. l, Z3 Wis. Rapids 33 Band -Og Uctet
43 Glcc Club 43 Class Play 45 Festival 4.
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GEORGE DEANOVICH . . Tresidenf
NICK DALLKZH . . , Dice- qaresidenl
MARION BACHHUBER . Sec 'y- Treas.
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RAYMOND WELSCH . . . Pfesidenl
MILDRED WENDT . . Vice-Presidenl
LORELLA GUSE . . Secrclarp
MARY MC CLOUD . Treasurer
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LAWRENCE KINSLEY . . Presfdenl
MAX KAHLOW . . . Vice-Presidenf
CLEO BUERGE-.R . . Secrelary
DELOR HERZBERG . . Treasurer
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Faculty Advisor, Miss Olson
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Mary L. Husting
Faculty Advisor, Miss Schiesser
Faculty Advisor, Miss Busse
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w i HE 1950 debate teams have had the most successful season ever
witnessed by Mayville High School. Not satisfied with winning the
.lvl Little Ten Championship, they followed the road of success to the
Rvzggs doors of the State Capitol and came home with the covered title,
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tate ,iampions . e teams were greetc on tieir return y
- strains of music rendered by the City Band and cheers portraying the
inmost feelings of the citizens of Mayville toward the teams. Speeches were made by
some of the prominent men of the city.
The two championship trophies, the Little Ten and State, were awarded Mayville
High School at a forensic banquet held at the High School, May 12. Professor A. L.
Franzke of Lawrence College was the principal speaker of the evening.
The teams and Mr. Melzer, the Coach, are to be congratulated on the splendid
record they have made this year.
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George Kosich Evelyn McCloud George Maaske
The question debated this year was, "Resolved: That the system of installment
buying as now practiced in the United States is both socially and economically desirable
of the practice debates was
Negative vs. Watertown at
Affirmative vs. Wa1te1'tcmwn
Negative vs. Lake Mills at
Affirmative vs. Wayland at Mayville.
ce debates resulted as follows:
Aff. vs. Waupun ....,...,.
Neg. vs. West Bend ..... .
Aff. vs. Horicon ...... .
Neg. vs. Hartford. , . .
Aff. vs. Hartford .... .
Neg. vs. Hartford. .. ,
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Spencer johnson Robert Ruedebusch john Schneider
The schedule and results of the second round were:
Mayville Neg. vs. Deerfield .... . 1t'0',5 9795
Mayville Aff. vs. Hartford .... . 100 95
The schedule and results of the semi-final round, which enabled Mayville to take
part in th: sectional finals, resulted as follows:
Mayville Aff. vs. Fort Atkinson ...... .. 100W 9972,
Mayville Neg. vs. Waslmington High .. . . . 100 98
By becoming victor of these two above debates, Mayville became the champion of
the southern district of the state,
The state finals were held at Madison, March 26, at the State Capitol. This last
and concluding round ended successfully for Mayville, resulting in the following:
Mayville AH vs. New Richmond . . . .... 10095 987.
Mayville Neg. vs. Viroqua ......... . . 100 94
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YH OMECOMING-the very word gives a thrill to all who have partici-
.V pated in one. It is a time when all students, alumni, and members
l -PW .l il of the faculty unite in expressing their school spirit.
The celebration started Friday night, October 18th, with a big
"f Hobo parade which terminated with a huge bonhre at the Malt
" Y-7-Q - A House rounds. Prizes were awarded for the best floats and the
best hoboes. Everyone contributed to the fun, and pep was aroused for the big events
of the next day.
The spirit of excitement reached its apex on Saturday, the red letter day of the
year. The large attendance at the football game which resulted in a victory for us,
gave proof of the fact that school patriotism is something tangible in Mayville.
The dance sponsored by the Senior Class concluded the day's activities and "joy
csenior Glass fplay
"MAN OR MOUSE"
Cast of Characters
Mrs. Margaret McFadden. .
Peggy Lou ............
Old Proby fProbascoQ . .
Rainbow Runkel .......
joe Dawson .........
Nippy Simpson ........
jonathan Willoughby. . .
Henrietta Willoughby ....
Hope Willoughby ......
Benton Van Horn ....
Jennie Van Horn. . .
Russell Van Horn..
Mr. Watstmn ......
Miss White ....
. .Evelyn McCloud
. . .james Dethlefs
. .Nick Deanovich
. . . . .joe Doherty
. . . .john Schneider
. . . . .Ruth Gehrlte
. . . .Stanley Weise
. .LaVerne Bartsch
. . .George Maaske
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Q91 NUMBER of special programs were presented before the Assembly
A in the course of the year. A Thanksgiving program was given by
an D the Eighth Grade History Class. The Junior English Class presented a
Lincoln-Washington program. The Rocket Staff gave a program for
fs-iff the purpose of promoting subscriptions for the Rocket. We also
enjoyed a musical program consisting of numbers by the junior and
Senior bands, a violin solo by Miss Nickles, and vocal duets by Mr. McMahon and
Mr. Christensen. The student body is greatly indebted to the sponsors of these programs
for the interesting entertainment offered them.
We were fortunate to have for our speakers this year, Mrs. MacDonald of New
York, and Mr. Ward, a teacher at Bombay, India.
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Qieclamatory and Cclratory
The district declamatory and oratorical contests were held at West Bend. The
schools represented were West Bend, Hartford, and Mayville. LaVerne Bartsch and
Marion Bachhuber represented Mayville in declamatory, with Spencer johnson and
Stanley Wiese in oratory. LaVerne Bartsch won third place in declamatory, and Spencer
johnson won second place in oratory.
The annual Junior Prom given in honor of the Seniors on the evening of May 17,
was the outstanding social event of the year.
The Gymnasium was beautifully decorated with large modernistic panels which
extended from the floor to the balcony. Between the large designs were smaller pieces
forming a fence around the dance floor. The colors used throughout were sky blue and
silver, the Senior Class colors. The same scheme was carried out on the stage, where
silver angles flashed upon a blue background. Flanking the curtain on either side was
a modernistic tree in blue and silver. The stage was lighted by floor lamps with modern-
Several hundred people, many from out of town, attended. The music was fur-
nished by the Mid-Nite Rounder's eight piece orchestra. At 10 o'clock, the Prom Chair-
man, George Deanovich, with his Prom Queen, Dorothy Meiners, led the Grand March.
They were followed by Robert Ruedebusch, the Senior Class President, and his partner,
A cafeteria lunch was served at the Turner Hall by the Damensektion.
The Prom was pronounced a complete success by all present.
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Idvx 1rd Bichhubcr Fvelyn McCloud George Maaske
Edward Bachhuber is the winner of the American Legion Medal, awarded
for a high record in scholarship and athletics.
Evelyn McCloud is the winner of the
Woman's Club Award, ten dollars in
gold, given for scholarship and participa-
tion in outside activities.
George Nlaaske is the winner of the
junior Association of Commerce Award
for scholarship and participation in outside
activities, other than athletics.
Robert Ruedenbusch has the honor
of being one of the ten students chosen
from Wisconsin to take part in the National
High School Chorus held at the Chicago
Theatre Auditorium in March. The Chorus
consisted of about 400 students chosen
from all parts of the country. We are proud
to possess a musician of Roberts ability
and congratulate him on his achievement.
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'HE lirst program of this year's Tri-City Music Festival was held in
' the Mayville High School gymnasium on Friday evening, April 25.
The combined bands, orchestras, and choruses of the Mayville,
. Horicon, and Columbus High Schools, took part in the program.
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fc-MQ . A pieces, and the chorus of approximately 150 voices.
The program at Mayville was given under the supervision of Miss Nickles and
Mr. Christensen. The success of the program was due, in a large part, to their efforts.
The Student CUoice
The journalism class has charge of the publishing of The Student Voice, our
school newspaper. The aim and purpose of this paper is to express the spirit of our
school, and to serve as a reflection of student activities and interests.
Editor-in-Chief ...... ............ . . . . ..... Dorothy Meiners
Assistant Editor. . . ..... Maybelle Husting
Business Manager. . . ....... john Schneider
Special Reporters. . . . . Gertrude Welsch
Typists .... .....,........................... R uth Gehrke
Faculty Advisor-Miss Brackin
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' 1. HEN Mr. Christensen organized the junior Band in the early part of
' i'-1 October, thirt -seven uuils from the Grades and Hi 'h School became
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The junior band made its first public appearance when it played
4' 4171 ii' before the Assembl March 19
Mr. Christensen was very much pleased with the progress of his
pupils and shifted some into the Senior band. Later he combined both bands.
Following are the members of the junior band and the instruments played by each:
Clarinets 'l.. Maaslte. V. Buerger, A. Aronin, B. Schwartz, C. Naher. H. l-i1Bomascus, N.
Fischer, li. Hasehka, R. Voss, M. Goldberg.
Alros' l.. Beirz, D. ZAILII1, W. linderlie, W. Forster.
'l'rombone R. Osr, H. Bacliman, B. Malesevich.
Trumpets--I.. Wlieelei'. C. Engel, V. Zimmerman, J. Dapp. H. Millan. Ii. llzelatz, F.
elt. C. Faust.
Baritones"F. Ruedebusch. M. Mann, C. Ribbens.
Bass 'M. Loehrlte
BilSSUUl'l C. WiL'Se.
Flutesrfrli. johnson. M. Thiel.
Snxoplwiies YH. Bender, V, Steger. I.. Gleisner.
Drum -I. Billiiigrim.
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,JKQG I-IE Senior Band was reorranized this ear with thirt -one members,
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twenty-eight of whom were experienced players.
The band furnished music for all home football games. A "Pep"
, 51? band, composed of ten memb ers, played for all of the home basl-:et-ball
'y b"d-'N' ' 1 tB' D' Hffdfd
jx games est es .accompanying tie team 0 eaver am, art or , an
' 'L ' Horicon.
The band, consisting of 90 pieces, took part in the Tri-City Music Festival which
was held in Mayville, April 25, l-loricon, April 29, and Columbus, May Z.
Eight members of the band will graduate this year.
The members of the Senior band and the instruments played by each are as follows:
Corners' -O. Lechner, W. LLIBOIIILISCLIS, I.. Birr, R. Hamm. W. DeWitt.
Cltirinutsell. lllamske. R. Bernlunxl, D. Meiners, A. Lange, P. Aronin. D. Herzberg. I.. Ribhens,
W. Kraft, A. Kiinnns.
Altos-'D. Kun-lm, A. Magyar, P. Wagner.
'l1l'0I1llJ0l1CS"'C. Dohherphul, E. Heublein, A. Haschkii. QI, Loehrke, A. Krug, H. Koepsell.
Piccolo- lf. Dezmovich.
Basses R. Ructlebvsch, S. johnson.
Sgixnphones--A. Milhrnntlt, H. Fischer, Qunntlt, M. Lintlenmn, XXV. Pnsbrig. H. Friese.
Dl'Llll1S7H. Hnschkat, M. Strook, E. Gentz.
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First Row: M. Strunk, Bunjog O. Lechner, Trumpet.
Second Row: A. Milbrnndt, Snxophonug G. Wclscli, Pianog E. Lehman, Drumsg Mr.
Christensen. Directorg G. Mauske, Clurinetg R. Rueclebusch. Bass.
mfg HE past year was the "golden era" of the High School Orchestra. Under
the capable leadership of Mr. Christensen, it succeeded in working up
EN T 'Kg an extensive repertoire of good music. This last statement was proven
f A f when the orchestra appeared at the Homecoming dance, the Farmers'
yigiritute ie enior ass p ay an e sc moo tartiest roug out tie
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Although several of the members will graduate this year, it is hoped that the High
School Orchestra of years to come will keep up the pace which this one has set.
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First Row: C. Dnbherpliul, ul. Schneider, A. Neuburg. S. Wit-se M. Lindeman. R. Ruedehusch.
Second Row: P. Aronin, G. Maaske, R. Hamm, Miss Nickles. Director. li. Biichhuher, S,
lulmsun. li. Lehman.
HE Troubadors were selected from the Boys' Glee Club.
6 i'-'IN Besides appearing on programs before the High School Assembly,
qvgl the Troubadors sang at the State Grain Show at Beaver Dam.
They made up part of the group that sang in the Operetta,
The most important musical event of the year was the Musit
Festival which was held in April and May, and in which the Troubadors took part.
Their practices were held every Thursday at 3:15.
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l'ii'st Row: R. Gehrke. l.. Bnrtsch, M. Biiclilinlver. G. B2lCl1lllll'7Cl', A. Kcup. M. Wk-ndt. l.
XVl1eelei'. V, Holtz. Miss Nickles. Y. Dilllich. M. Mclflnud. M. I.. Husting. li. lNlCCloud. A. Riley
Second Row: T. SLllZl'lL'l'1LICf, V. Nehls. O. M.i:roY1l, D. Benning. K. XX'egner. C. B.irtell. L1
Dedolph, N, llllfltll, A. lhlnge. D. Meiners, G. Welscli. D. Kuehn. M. Husting. V. Bnerger.
JHIZ Serennders are composed of junior, Senior, and Sophomore girls.
W, The Serennders made several appearances before the High School
They have worked steadily all year, meeting every Werlnestlaly'
at 3:lO, and have accomplished some remarkable results under the
' direction of Miss Nickles.
Members of the SC!'CI121ilC!'S were chosen to sing in the Operetta, Lelnwala.
A majority of the Serenaders sang in the 'I'i'i'City Music lfestival which was held
in April :mal May.
Vicc'Presi4lent . ,
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,Ln Verne Burtsch
. . . .Ethel Murphy
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First Row: D. McCloud, R. Ruedebusch, G. Kosich, E. Mulesevich, VU. Kiele, G. Mtmske.
Second Row: N. Dilllich, T. Pmchhuber, H. Elsinger. C. Zwieg, S. johnson. E, Gentz.
, Discussions on subjects of vital importance were held at the mCCIlI1gS.
4 HE Hi-Y Club resumed its activities this year with twelve members
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x- on, "The Methods of Conducting at Meeting.
i ' A The Hi-Y Club played a basket-ball game with the Fond du Lac
Hi-Y Club and were defeated by a small score.
President . . . .....,....,, . ,Emil Mnlesevich
Secretary . . .
, . .Nick Dullich
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TROOPS I and Z
Iflrst Row: M, Wel1rIl, IVI. I.. Husting, IVI. WQ-ndl. IVI. IVIrCIoucI, I.. Hirsig, I. W'Ixf-e-Irr, Y. I5aIIurIx,
IVI Porte-r, I.. Gust
Sem'umIRnw' C..Im'qunt, R Wiesekf-, I.. Bz1rtsrI'1, R. Gr-I1rI-cr, MissSull1van, IVIISS Bussv, Mrs, Dunn,
IVIv:4s Crfnlow, G W1-lsr-Im, ,IQ.S:xIzI1fer5zer, If. IVICCIIOUCI. IVI. Voss.
'I'hirfIRf,w1 R, Hn:-IIIIH. IW. I5u'I1I1ll'vr'r, IVI Grwpf-ntrog, II vows. IJ. Ilrmnz, I. Nxvaax, :X IIujanuvlrI'x,
mx. Inrugr. I7. NI:-ilxers, IVI. Hustmg, G. BafI1I'1uIaer, C. IJecIoIpI1, IJ. Kuehn, Y' Iluvrgz-r, G. l,eIN111y, K. XXI:-gncr
TROOPS 3 and 4
I'1rstIlnw: R. Voss, A. I'uIs, Y. Ileannvim-Im, I. Maaske, B. IVIcfIoud. C. Husting, M. Stvge-r, .-X. Fore-at,
I, Olson, I.. Ilolduan. V. Bulb.
S4-ruml Row: I',GruIm-Im, if Rihlvc-ns, II Ilrnnovuch, Illlregul, O Bus-rg:-r, M1ssS:-un. Miss li--Ik,
Miss I"nuIkrwr, M,'I'I1ic-I, C, Na-uber, M. Iiolduau. f
I'Iuir1I Row: IVI. RuIuIv, V, Bur-rgf-r, I. Wil-sr, I'aIme'r, B. Wr11dIPr, I.. IIasrI'1Icn. V.flr11nu-rnmu. C' Ifum-rgu
ll. Nab:-r, R. Iim'I1IxuIwr, M. H. IVIenns, Y. S21-fger, B. Schwartz, B. ,IuI1nw1n, II Oef-Ixsuf-r.
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First Row' l' XX'ugnz-r, N. lllljannviflx, lf. Hernlxarcl, ll. lunge, R. Falk, XV. Kiel.-, N. Reisimzer. Mr. Mr'lVlal10ll.
lf. Re'-isinger, A. Magyar, l"'. Pilsner, A. lfalk, C. Fauext.
S:-runcl Row: II. Kos-pscll, Nl. Linclernan, fl. Costello, G. DQ-clolplx, R. Wrelsmnlx, R. llc-rnluanl, R. Pllsne-r,
,l lnelurlw, L. Luelxrke, M. Stmnlc, wlxgner.
lfurat Row: C. DQ-jnnnvicln, G, Mrillounl, Nl. Rutaly, Billinglon, li. Malvsuvich, E. Nell, lf. llnsrlmlcn.
Mr. lVlrfVlal1on, S. Slepinoviflx, l". Rufrclvlullsflm, l.. Rxlmlzens, lf. llejanovirlx.
Sf-vuml Row: O. Qensmc-r, P. Aronin, S, Wiese, M. Uallirlu, N. Dalliclx, lf. Malvsovirlm, VV, IJ:-VWII,
li, Wim-se. G. Bennvls.
Q, HE Lone Eagles, White Pines, North Stars, and Lilies of the Valley
d d . h . - S
, 4. .. 14 W ma e great progress uring t e past year, progress in true cout
. ,NI QJ spirit and leadership, progress in Scout rank. Last year only six
industrious girls became Second Class. This year we have fifteen
3:i"7L5f"5i'5,'f ' 7 Second Class Scouts and the romise of man more who are nearin
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MJ!-T 3431- that goal. "Who is to be the first, First-Class Girl Scout in Mayville"
is now uppermost in the minds of the Girl Scouts.
"It is more blessed to give than to receive," accounts for much of the success and
pleasure evidenced by the Christmas par ty.
The outstanding events of the year were the trips to "The Cabin" and the over-
ere's to our over-night hike on the river,
Let's have another next year!"
l BOY SCOUTS
, 1 HE Boy Scout movement went under way as soon as school started.
With Mr. McMahon as leader, the Scouts had a big year. Meetings
T were conducted in a business-like manner and consequently the Scouts
X ,J passed more tests.
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old park site. Troop 17 performed various jobs to raise money for a
trip to Northern Wisconsin. The fact that both Scout troops increased their member-
ship attests to the great popularity of the Scout movement.
The Badger Council held a basket-ball tournament at Fond du Lac on March 29.
Troops from Fond du Lac, Kewaskum, Ripon, Horicon, West Bend, and Mayville took
part. The Scouts were divided into three divisions. Troop 17 won two first places and
Troop 16 captured second place.
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HE school year just elapsed was a banner one in Athletics at May-
ville High, Her football team 'achieved the distinction of captur-
ing our first Little Ten Championship, .The team played Aa long
and hard schedule, but came through with a clean record in play
and good sportsmanship. Our basket-ball team, after a slow start,
ff proceeded to win its last three games. Spring practice revealed
promising football material, and in spite of the loss of several regulars who graduate
with the class of '30, prospects of another championship team next fall are favorable.
The school is much indebted to Coach Dunn and Assistant Coach McMahon for
their wonderful influence on the boys. Besides producing winners, they also molded men.
Manager Kosich's work was also indispensible to the team. Drs. Bachhuber helped
greatly in keeping the boys free from injuries. We cannot forget the despised subs
who took the bumps while the regulars copped the glory.
Athletics has awakened a line school spirt in our High School. Win or lose, may
it never die!
The whole-hearted support of the Community in our athletic endeavors was greatly
appreciated. The football team wish to thank the business men for the fine gold foot-
balls presented to them. It was through their moral support that the team was able to
put forth its best efforts.
The importance of athletics in the school curriculum cannot be overstressed. It
promotes sportsmanship and fair playg it builds character, a clean mind in a strong
body, it is conducive to scholarshipg it imparts a lesson that we can take into life, a
team that can't be beaten. It demonstrates an invaluable lesson of citizenship, namely
Hair off to Athletics!
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First Row: F. Baertschy, I. Pionkoski, M. Dallich, W. Finke, G. Gensmer. E. Deanovich,
V. Schellpfeffer, H. Schellpfeffer, G. Meyer, G. Rediske.
Second Row: G. Deanovich. N. Dallich, N. Deanovich, E. Bachhuher. W. Schellpfeffer, E.
Quandt, C. Zwieg, R. Hamm, j. Doherty, E. Falk, DI. Dethlefs, H. McMahon, Assistant Coach.
Third Row: D. Herzherg. R. Bernhard, M. Kahlow, I.. Kinsley, Lehman. L. Birr, R.
Wclscli, S. Herhner, E. Malesevich, T. Bachhuher, C. Bernhard.
Fourth Row: M. Lindeman, E. Heublein, R. Pilsner, F. Christ, H. Elsinger. R. Dunn, Coach,
G. Kosich. Manager, H. Daniels.
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M:1yville's first Little Ten game resulted in a 19-0 victory, Berlin being her victim.
Bachhuber scored two touchdowns on triple passes and also broke away for several
long runs. Our first touchdown came on the second play of the game. The entire sec-
ond team saw action most of the last quarter, and they also out-played Berlin, Mike
Dallich scoring a touchdown. Berlin never threatened seriously.
Mayville won a decisive victory at Columbus. During the fray, the 27 Red and
White Warriors who made the trip saw action. The Iron Men scored 19 points in the
first quarter, and the second team played during the second quarter. 13 points were
scored in the third quarter, and the subs again held Columbus on even terms. This 31
point victory started us well on the way to the championship.
Mayville celebrated her Homecoming by trouncing Beaver Dam 34-0, a real atone-
ment for last year's crushing defeat. "Bubala" booted four consecutive place kicks after
touchdown. Most of the game was played in Beaver Dam territory. The Goslings
threatened but once. The feature of the game was a 75 yard run, made by Daniels, for
a touchdown behind good interference. Mayville's backs continually broke away for
West Bend brought a husky and confident team to Mayville, but were defeated,
13-0. Mayville's initial touchdown came of the second play of the game as a result of
a pass-Bachhuber to Nick Dallich. Thence, to the third quarter was a see-saw affair.
A Mayville pass brought the ball deep into enemy territory. The pigskin was then
carried across the goal through straight football. West Bend threatened several times,
but the fighting "Red and White" line held. O'Meara of West Bend played good ball
at fullback. This was undoubtedly Mayville's hardest battle, although she missed up
on one opportunity to score.
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A large delegation of Waupun rooters followed the undefeated "Prison City" squad
to Mayville. It was the crucial game of the season, and would most likely decide the
championship of the Little Ten. According to the Waupun paper the game was
already sewed up, but we took advantage of the breaks, and scored a touchdown in each
quarter. The crowd went wild when Eddie Bachhuber, behind perfect interference,
took the kickoff in the second half, and ran 90 yards for a touchdown. It was the
longest run registered in the Little Ten Conference in the official '29 season. George
Deanovich scored a touchdown on a pass in the second quarter. Malesevich and Daniels
demonstrated their line plunging ability by each scoring a touchdown. Mayville's goal
line was crossed for the first time in the season when Howard, Waupun's fullback,
scored a touchdown in the third quarter. The 25-6 score does not indicate the closeness
of the game. Waupun threatened several times, but we dug our cleats into the turf
and held when it became necessary. Mayville's pass defense completely wrecked their
highly touted passing attack.
The last game of the most successful season Mayville's Iron City gridders ever
experienced, was a victory over the fighting Ripon team, 19-0, "Schnitz" Schneider,
a former coach at Mayville refereed the game. Dunn, as usual, sent in many substitutes,
and at least 25 Red and White players saw action. "Eddie" returned a punt 60 yards
for a touchdown in the third quarter. Twelve Seniors played their last game in Mayville
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Y IGHTEEN members of the Championship Mayville High School
"im football team were awarded gold football emblems at a banquet held
Qld, at the gymnasium on December 20. The banquet was sponsored by
ftlfis V the Woman's Club and Business Men.
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J - footballs to the "M" men. Mr. Bussewitz, Principal of the Horicon
High School and President of the Little Ten presented a full-size silver football to the
school. Mr. Dunn accepted the silver trophy on behalf of the school. Other speakers
at the banquet were Howard Hancock, assistant freshman football coach at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, Mr. McMahon, assistant coach, Mr. Riordan, formerly of this
city, Mr. B. J. Husting, Mr. L. S. Keeley, and Mr. Melzer. Mt. Buth acted as toastmaster.
Vocal selections were given by Miss Nickles and Mr. McMahon assisted by Mrs.
Christensen. Emil Malesevich contributed a violin solo.
The boys are grateful to the Business Men and members of the Womans Club for
the interest they have taken in them.
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E. Malesevich, H. DanieIs, E.. Bachhuber, Manager G. Kosich
Second Row: G. Gensmer, C. Zweig, R. PiIsner, T. BacIxI'1uIaer, H. E.Isinger, E.. I-IueIJIein
R. Welsch, M. KahIow, R. Hamm
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Malesevich . . 8 26 Guard
Bachhuber . . 5 I9 Forward
Magyar . . . 8 I8 Forward
DaIIicIx, N. . . 7 IS Forward
Deanovich, N. . . . 7 I8 Center
DaIIicI1. M. . . I 7 Guard
Deanovich, G. . . . 0 2 Center
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The outcome of Mayville's first Conference game at Beaver Dam on january 8,
ended disastrously for Mayville. Although the team led up to the last five minutes,
Beaver Dam caged a field goal to defeat us, 20-19. The real margin -of victory lay in
Beaver Dam's ability to make nine of her free throws, while Mayville caged but two.
Mayville's first Conference victory was at the expense of Hartford. Mayville came
back with a strong passing attack in the second half, and scored 23 points to Hartford's
11. Daniels was high man with 14 points.
Mayville's reception at Columbus was as frigid as the 20 below zero weather, and
she was defeated in their cold cigar box, 25-15. The game was hard fought throughout.
A different result would have been achieved had Mayville made more free throws.
Before one of the largest crowds that ever witnessed a game in the local gym,
Mayville suffered defeat before an inspired Horicon team. The visitors led at the half,
9-5. Our team was desperate in the second half, but our shots failed to find the hoop.
Several of our caged shots were not allowed. The game was hard to loose, especially
at the hands of our ancient rivals.
Our team put up a pathetic game of basketlball when it suffered a 28-7 defeat at the
hands of a strong West Bend quintet. Not a field goal was registered by us.
Mayville played an improved game at Ripon, and the score, 19-9, does not disclose
the fight our boys put up. The count at the half was 10-5 in their favor, but in the
third quarter we ran our score up to 9 and it appeared possible for us to win. Our
defense was strong in the second half and Ripon made but two field goals. The last 5
points were scored via the free throw route. Several of our baskets were disallowed be-
cause the referee interpreted sliding on the slippery floor as steps.
Mayville came close to wrecking Columbus's championship hopes, but the sharp
shooting of Poser, Columbus's forward, gave them the edge, 25-20. The half ended,
11-10, but in the third quarter our opponents out-distanced us. Daniels found his shoot-
ing eye in the last few minutes of play and quickly caged two baskets. Columbus stopped
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This drew up our offense and they were able to sneak in several baskets.
Friday, February 21, Mayville scored her second Conference victory of the season,
29-15. We emerged from the league-cellar after a prolonged stay of about a month.
Our lead was 15-9 at the half. Hartford came back strong at the beginning of the third
quarter and soon ran her score up to 14. Our team suddenly came to life in the last
quarter, the game ending, 29-15.
Coming from behind in the last quarter, a fighting red and white quintet achieved
sweet revenge for a previous defeat in registering a 27-24 victory against West Bend.
The score at the Hrst quarter was 5-5, but West Bend held the edge at the end of the
first half, 12-9. Our team started slowly in the second half and at the end of the third
quarter, West Bend held a 19-14 lead. Our boys refused to be discouraged and a
thrilling last quarter fight gave us a 27-24 victory.
Van Brunt gymnasium at Horicon was the scene of our third straight victory, the
last of the season, when the Orange and the Black fell before the Red and White, 12-11.
The first quarter found us at the short end of a 5-2 score. At half time the figures
stood 7-3 against us. Daniels caged several exceptionally long baskets in the last
quarter, and with two minutes left to play, our boys led. Inability to connect on re-
bounds accounts for the lowness of the score. Deanovich, Magyar, and Bachhuber
played their last game for their Alma Mater.
BOYS' INTER-CLASS BASKET-BALL
For the second year in succession the Class of 1930 copped the class championship.
In the o ning game, the Sophs lost to the Freshies in one over-time period, and the
Seniors dzeared the juniors.
In the second round, the juniors trounced the Freshies, while the Seniors took the
Sophs into camp.
In the final round, the juniors cinched second place, while the Seniors took the
final game from the Freshies.
GIRLS' INTER-CLASS BASKET-BALL
The Seniors lost to the Sophomores in the opening game of the tournament, while
the Juniors defeated the Freshmen.
In the second round, the Seniors beat the Freshmen in one over-time period and
the Sophomores continued their championship march by defeating the juniors.
In the final round, the Seniors lost to the Juniors and the Sophomores became
undefeated champions by beating the Freshmen.
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With brains all wrecked,
And thoughts unchecked,
We submit these jokes to
We've done our best,
Heaven give us rest,
just laugh at one or two.
Dorothy Bening: Gee! I wish Lent were
Ruby Wieseke: Wh0's that?
Flora S. fin gym classlz Anna, can you
stand on your head?
Anna B.: No. it's too high up.
Ruth G.: Marguerite Star had twenty-two
requests for Little Mother.
Maybelle H.: Did she play it twenty-two
Dorothy M.: No, she made carbon copies
Czoschki: The Irish came over to get free
land which was very cheap.
Dobberphul fgiving Physics topicjz You
weigh the substance with a 5 pound ounce.
You then measure 05 10 degrees of 30 angles.
Debate in History:
Beck: An airship takes on a cargo of 30,000
tons and flies through the air like steamships
Iggy: ls Coon Sanders a nigger?
Miss Zilisch: Evelyn, did you get a letter
from Current Literature?
Miss Z.: Well, Edgar Nell did, and I
thought you did too.
Maxine Neumann: Did anyone ever dis-
cover the moon?
Mr. McMahon: Yes, quite a few did last
"Patz" Baertschy Ito Mr. Dunn after the
game at Madisonjz Say, Mr. Dunn, was them
co-edses that.sang Saturday at the game?
Mr. Dunn: Yes, why?
Patz: Oh! I didn't know if they were
students or just men.
Yovonca Dallich: The referee blew the ball
and threw up the whistle.
Miss Busse: What is a property tax?
Bernice Schwartz: It's a tax on something
you own, like your feet.
Miss Olson fin History Classy: James Wil-
son of Pennsylvania was one of the most lib-
eral members of the Constitutional Convention
of 1787. He attended three or four Scotch
Student in English Class: If you fly when
you're in an airplane, do you How when you're
in a steamboat?
Anna Bujanovich: Those boys look so much
alike I wonder if they are brothers or twins.
Miss Zilisch: Who wants "The Merry
Wives of Windsor"?
fMany hands go upj.
Miss Zilisch: How many do you need?
Miss Zilisch: I mean the plays!
E. Bachhuber: What are you studying that
German book so hard for?
A. Neuburg: Well, we have an exam in
Sociology next period.
Lehman: Did you catch that fish with
hook and line?
Iggy: No! with reel and reel pole.
Melzer in Social Problems: Some people
can trace their ancestors back to the time the
Mayfiower landed a hundred and thirty years
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Herbert Gitzinger doesn't look sleepy?
The "Three Musketeers" aren't together?
Miss Olson forgets to ask for Current Events?
Wallace Pasbtig doesn't ask questions?
Carl Bolduan gets his Bookkeeping in on time?
Mr. Buth hasn't one more announcement to make?
George McCloud doesn't have to be sent to the office?
Hortensia gets to English Class on time?
Milan Lindeman learns to behave?
The Senior Class writes a perfect intelligence test?
LaVerne Bartsch can't be heard laughing?
Edward Bachhuber hasn't his lessons?
Ruth Gehrke isn't slamming someone?
The Faculty forgets to come to school?
Everyone subscribes for an Annual?
We wouldn't have to write exams?
Kathryn forgets to giggle?
Students will have an affinity for studies?
"Toodie" hasn't an out of town case?
Someone doesn't have to go home after his report card?
Miss Schiesser hasn't trouble with her car?
LaVerne Bartsch .... . . . ..., ............ T o laugh and grow fatter
Howard Phalzgraf ..... ...................... T o be next year's football star
Hilary Elsinger .... .................. T o become less popular with the girls
Ray Welsch ..... .... T o quit feeding on yeast on account of its raising power
Pene Aronin ..., ......................... T o become more prominent
Carl Bolduan .... ......,................ T o play more and work less
Gerhard Meyer ...,.. ..... T o keep on riding the bicycle
Joe Doherty .......... ................. T o be a bachelor
Robert Ruedebusch .... .... N ot to fall in love with anybody
Adeline Riley ...... ..... ..... N o t to bum school anymore
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Boy Scout Mania
Too tall for his height
New alarm clock
Take her books away
Make him join the Mexican
A copy of "I-low to Speak in
Amputate his hair
Ask "Tammy" for advice.
35.00 fine and costs for each
join the Follies
A Portable day-bed
Western Stories .........
. . . . . . .Ignatius Pionkoski
College Humor. . . . . ..
. . .Edward Lehman
Life .......... Edward Falk
Little Folks ............
"Fifi" I-Ierbner and Clarence
Country Gentlemen ......
. . . . . . . .john J. Schneider
Boys' Life ........ The Girls
Woman's World .Vanity Case
Vogue ..... Gertrude Welsch
True Confessions ........
. . . . . .Evelyn McCloud
Physical Culture .........
. . . . . . .Gerhard Meyer
Red Book. . .james Dethlefs.
Ace-High .... Alois Neuburg
True Detective .... Mr. Buth
Adventure ...... Anna Keup
Short Stroies ............
. . . . . . . .Melvin Czoschke
Radio Digest. . .joe Doherty
Out-Door Life ..........
. . . .Edward Bachhuber
Good House-keeping .....
Literary Digest. .Miss Zilisch
Saturday Evening Post ....
American Girl ..........
.........Mary H. Means
Phoroplay . Gertrude Dedolph
Popular Mechanics .......
Current Events. . . Miss Olson
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is for Anna,
A studious lass,
And also Al Neuburg,
The "Tunney" of the class.
is for Bachhuber,
A wise little chap,
And Beck and Bernhard,
Who do like to scrap.
is for Cordula, Christ, Carl,
Cundy, and Czoschke,
Of all the live,
There's one who is husky.
is for Doherty,
A breaker of hearts,
And also for "Dolly",
Who has stopped many darts.
is for "Einstein",
Dobberphul for short,
And "Eckie" and Elsinger,
In Gym they hold forth.
is for Fiedler,
Fischer and Falk,
Very quiet, you see,
They don't care to talk.
is for the Gertrudes,
Two in number,
And Guse and Gitzinger,
"Gitz" likes to slumber.
is for Husting,
A girl who is smart,
And Hamm who has stolen
Many a heart.
is for "Iggie",
A cowboy to be,
For stalwart, strong,
And bloodthirsty is he.
is for justman,
Who likes to act silly,
And Jimmie, too,
Who often quarrels with M
is for Krug,
A lion among ladies.
While Kohli is as meek
As a lamb among babies.
is for LaVerne,
Lehman, and Lay,
A very nice trio,
What do you say?
is for the Marquarts,
In number they're three,
With Meiners, "Mean, and the Magyars,
Quite a group, you see.
is for Norma,
A typing shark at best,
And Nick, our captain,
An athlete with zest.
is for Otto,
A sheik of the class,
His "hot" ties stun you
Whenever you pass.
is for Perfect,
Which we all strive to be,
But even the best make mistakes
As you see.
is for questions
We all like to ask,
They're very necessary
To complete a task.
is for Ruedebusch,
A handsome young man,
And also Ruth Gehrke,
Who does what she can.
is for Schmidbauer,
Steinhorst, and Schneider,
And Salzberger, with Steinbach
To make the ranks wider.
is for "Too:lie",
A driver you know,
She misses the corners,
And puts "het" in low.
is for you,
The reader of this,
If you read it all,
There's nothing you'll miss.
is for Voss,
Her first name is Milly,
Whene'er she goes out,
She says, "Gee, l'm chilly!"
is for Wheeler,
A Chevy she drives,
Which surely does squeak
When the breaks she applies.
is for excellent,
Which we all like to receive,
It's very hard to get,
l am led to believe.
is for "yes",
The answer we give Mr. Buth,
However, when checked up,
We usually tell the truth.
is for the Zoo
The home of the "Sophs",
"Look out Freshmen,
That's your next stop!"
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'WO score, eight months ago, there gathered the largest assortment
of green material that had ever assembled in the corridors of May-
ville High School. The question at hand was to see whether, within
'Y ii the next four years, it were humanly possible to whip, force, or
pound this conglomeration into a Senior Class. The four years have
almost passed, and that green but energetic group of 1926 now stands
at the threshold of a different world. Let one of the class tell us of the accomplishments
outside of the regular curriculum that were made in changing this raw material of 1926
into the finished product of 1930.
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During our Freshman year, we obtained the name of being the fastest, peppiest,
and most active class in school. just to be different from other classes, we gave three
dances, besides taking a very active part in the Senior Stunt Show in which we took
second place. The class was very well represented on the football held, to say nothing
about the basket-ball squad. Inter-class tournaments found the "fightenest" aggregation
that ever represented the Frosh.
In the fall of '27 we returned to assume the role of "sophisticated" Sophomores.
There were only about sixty-five of the eighty-two members back, but we carried on our
work with renewed effort to make up for the ones who weren't there. The year was
packed with activities. We started the social events by giving a dance in which the
whole school was entertained at our expense. Again we were able to demonstrate our
originality by putting on a circus in Room 105 as a part of the Fair given by the
Senior Class. Clowns, freaks galore, our "Million Dollar Lady," our own menagerie,
and "Fifi," the strong man, are some of the events which will never be forgotten by
those who were fortunate enough to witness them. This year we find more of the class
out for athletics, band, orchestra, and forensics. Inter-class events found tough com-
petition in the Sophs.
Third down and one to go! In the junior year, our ranks were reinforced by
several new-comets from Theresa High School, bringing the total up to about sixty mem-
bers. While we gave a balloon dance for the football team at the end of the season, all
of our efforts were concentrated on the Prom. This memorable event took place April
13, and the half a thousand merry-makers in attendance proclaimed it the biggest and
best ever. The gym was stunningly decorated in japanese effect. 'Twas the climax of
our junior year, and we felt that our efforts had not been in vain. Again our class
contributed its share toward extra-curricular activities. We find eight men making
the football team and three on the basket-ball team. Inter-class basket-ball finds the
juniors taking first place. Half of the debate team was furnished from the ranks of our
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class, and one of our members took second place in extemporaneous speaking. We were
well represented in the operetta, "Once in a Blue Moon."
Well, we have arrived at the point where we hate to see the school year draw to
an end-our Senior year, with the largest class ever to graduate from Mayville High. We
began our activities this year with a Mixer party for the whole school, followed by the
Homecoming celebration, the largest ever given. At the close of the football season, we
"copped off' seven of the gold footballs given for winning the Little Ten Championship.
Four of the State Champion debaters are embraced under the colors of the Blue and
Silver. First place in inter-class basket-ball was again claimed by the Class of '50, The
class play, "Man or Mouse" was given on May 27, before a large and appreciative
audience. Our most capable staff published this edition of the annual, the pride of the
And now, in making our grand finale, we again take the lead by being the first
class of Mayville High to choose caps and gowns for Commencement, and when we
receive our diplomas on june 10, we shall bid farewell to Mayville High School, taking
with us cherished memories of the days we spent here.
--foe Doherty, '30
' CLASS JKCOTTO:
'uzfhe horizon widens as we climb"
:Blue and silver
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Sept. 3-M. H. S. opens with an enrollment
of 226. We begin to take notice of the clever
Sept. -1fFootball practice begins. We cer-
tainly have a husky looking team. The boys
discover that they don't need to be perfect pic-
tures, but they have to have pretty good frames.
Sept. 5-The Faculty enjoy a picnic "a la
Park". Due to Miss Zilisch's efforts, fish was
added to the menu.
Sept. 6-Freshmen go downtown to look for
Fair after reading in the Mayville News: "Fair
in this locality today and tomorrow."
Sept. 10'-Nomination of class officers. Big
Sept. 13-Campaign still on. Please take
Sept. 17-Senior Class election, Robert R.
offers his services as President. Eddie and joe
head the Annual Staff.
Sept. 19mjr. girls look for a manmfor Pres.
Sept. 2l--Our team plays a practice game
at Cooney. Scoremfl-0, in our favor.
Sept. 24-George D. elected President of the
junior Class. He becomes very popular with
Sept. 27- Berlin plays here and were
beaten, 0-19. Mixer Party in the evening,
given by the Seniors. Everyone pretty well
mixed, including the Freshmen.
Sept. 50-"Tammy" comes to school on
crutches. Don't say that we haven't a hard-
Oct. 1-Annual Staff holds first real meet-
ing. We do have an ambitious looking Staff.
Oct. 2-85 days until Christmas.
Oct. 4fGirl Scouts and two Leaders left
on an over-night hike. Wimnder why they
wouldn't tell us where they were going to
Oct. 5-Mayville team went down to Madi-
son to see what our University can do in the
line of football.
Oct. 8-Miss Zilischnlate again? And why
the plastered eye?
Oct. 11fWe give Columbus a goose egg.
with 31 points to our credit. Columbus-Lief
Erickson Day program also.
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Oct. l6iPlans being made for the biggest
and best Homecoming.
Oct. l7mThe Girl Scouts awarded Tender-
foot pins and Second Class badges. Miss Busse
also receives a pin.
Oct. 18-Celebration in earnest. The Hobo
Parade brings out a crowd. A lot of credit is
due the Business Men for the Advertising and
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ing game from Beaver Dam, 34-0.
Oct. 21-Some still feeling the effects of
the hilarious week-end. Edison Contest prize
goes to Edward Bachhuber.
Oct. 22ffBanquet for the Teachers of the
High School, Grades, and Normal School. First
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Oct. 254Apron Day for the Senior girls.
"Tie me to your apron strings again."
Oct. 24 First real journalism class. It was
decided that they try to finance the paper with-
Oct.'25-We show West Bend how to play
football. 13-0. Hurrah for the Red and
Oct. 29-First rehearsal of choruses in
Oct. 30-The witches were out, but nothing
happened, except that Ziegler's old brewery
wagon made its appearance.
Nov. 1-Back to the woods, Waupun!
Nov. 4-joe D. has deserted "Lizzie", Did
"she" fall apart on the way home, joe?
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Nov. 5-The Magician, Heaney, gave us a
good demonstration on how to produce rabbits,
and make cards disappear. He ought to be a
good poker player.
Nov. 6-We win the game from Ripon, and
also the Little Ten Championship. Good work,
Boys. We're proud of you!
Nov. 7fFaculty enjoy a lark on the time-
worn excuse, "Teachers Convention".
Nov. 8-Seniors begin having their physiog-
nomies reproduced on the photographic plate.
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Nov. 9gThe members of the football team
and Coaches were entertained at the Dr.
Alphonse Bachhuber home. You bet the eats
Nov. ll-Everybody back for a half day.
Armistice program in the evening.
I2 "Some of the boys sang at the
Grain Sfiow at Beaver Dam.
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Nov. I rl
The Seniors begin getting their
"Do I really look like that?"
"Aunt Lucia" is given by a large
tist of local people.
Nav, Its First II'y-Ulll for the Debate team.
Nov. ll Bfg rush to the jewelry store.
rings have come. We bet they
wont stay where tl1ey're supposed to be very
Nov. Z2 The junior Class gave a Radio
Party, Quite a bit of static.
joe D. sprained I is ankle in Gym.
Too much standing on his head, ma,be?
Nov. 26 Short Thanksgiving program.
Thanltsgiving vacation begins. Now watch the
Dec. 2--18 more days "for to tote the weary
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Dec. 7 First "Student Voice" issued. The
journalism Class "gave" everybody one. Col-
lection will follow the next hymn.
Dec. U 'Dress rehearsal for "I.eIawaIa".
Costumes are gorgeous, hat some are rather
the lingiish men and soldiers.
"l,elawala" goes over big.
Still "WL' tread the mills of toil,
Up and down in eeaseless moil."
Girl Scouts spen.l a busy two hours
gs for the Xmas party.
Superstitious? Beware! Friday
Dec. l6'fflNIayvilIe plays a practice game at
The Deanovich boys didnt seem
to cherish much love for the referee.
Dec. I8 The Girl Scout Party is a great
success. Wlho says there isn't any Santa Claus.
Dee. I9 The Woman's Club and Business
Men Sponsor an Athletic Banquet. Together
with the "Canaries singing bass", and the sil,
very accompaniment to "jingle Bells". everyone
enjoyed it lots.
Mea gets a hath on the fountain,
The teachers migrate. No school until next
jan. 6 Back again! lfverybody turns over
a new leaf.
First display of Xmas jewelry
jan. 84-XX'e play our first Conference game.
Despite all of jimmy Dethlef's splendid, "Are
ya wid me's", we were destined to lose by a
score of I9-Zl.
jan. 9'fBig Farmers' Institute. "Ottsy"
Lechner wins hrst place in IXIaratlion Coffee
Contest. Virginia Buerger is close second in
doughnuts. No further returns have been re-
jan. l0fSeniors are exposed to an Intelli-
gence test. I.aVerne B. presents a new
"heavenly body". Fire in shack. Many go
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jan, 13-I.aVerne, in grief, follows her
speed test ltltu the waste basket.
jan. lil -Game with Hartford. Lots of pep.
We won. of course.
jan. l5fThe eve of Exams is upon us. "Oh,
I must study night and day,
Or else to a failure I'll fall prey."
jan. l6fThe first spasm of exams is over.
"My fate is in your hands" is heard on all
jan. 18--Wet gave Columbus 25 points and
took li for ourselves. We believe in being
jan. 22-There ain't no Independence any-
more, it seems. Opinions were quite divided
in the History exam.
jan. 25 '-Vffhy prolonll the agony? The last
installment of exams is close at hand. Great
shivering and gnashing of teeth.
jan. Zyl"-Doris Kuehn comes to school with
windows. We lost to I-Ioricon hy 2
Isn't that just too bad?
jan. 27"-Girls are punished. Boys again
march out first.
jan. 284"Of all sad words of men or pen,
The saddest are these. "I've filunked again."
jan. 29flt's all over now but the weeping.
Report cards are out. Quite a crowd in the
office. I wonder why?
jan. 50f"Bubala" plays soldier in the Li-
bra1'y. WIISIl,f that helmet becoming?
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gives a speech on dress, Big discussion on
whether or not the Class wants caps and
Feb. 5- Mrs. McDonald of New York
speaks to us in Assembly.
Feb. 7'AMr. Melzer gets to school at IZ:-15
What's going to happen!
Feb. 9 'Annual Staff gives us an interesting
program, Wfonder if Amos 'n Andy know
what keen competition they have!
Feb. lOfl.aVerne is surprised on her birth-
day. Shes sweet sixteen, but we don't know
about the rest of the lingo.
Feb. llfllerbert G. is caught napping in
Study Hall. He refused to answer any
Feb. I5 'Miss Zilisch instructs Gertrude
Bachhuber to produce a beard over the week-
end, for the play.
Feb. l-l-Did you get a valentine? Colum-
bgis defeated us by five points. Was that
Feb. l7""'XX'eet" guards the referee during
a basket ball game. Original dumb-bell act!
Feb. IS 'XX'e get the caps and gowns for
Feb. 10 Spring fever becomes quite notice-
Feb. 2l"'We beat Hartford again, 29-15.
Feb. 2-lfThe Meiners' family is increased
by four members for the evening, because of
Feb. 2i"Frank Magyar gets himself locked
in the typing room at noon. What's the
matter, Frank, wc-ren't you hungry?
Feb. ZS 'Xllfe defeat West Bend. Talk about
excitement! Dance after game.
Mar. 5fMiss Zilisch begins her lectures on
Mar. 5' 'We win our third debate from
Hartford, and with it the Little Ten Cham-
Mar. 7'-"The last game of the year, a Scotch
one at that. 12-ll in favor of Mayville.
Mar. 10-Theres no hope for small pox
anymore. Everybody ordered to be vaccinated.
March l5"'The Affirmative beats the Nega-
tive. What's the clever idea?
March I5 'The Animal Staff gets their ton-
sils sunburned trying to find Mandel's Fn-
graving Plant, and a Parking place.
March l7"'St. Patricks Day. Freshmen
colors in evidence.
The absence lists are growing.
are beginning to collect toll.
March 19 -A very delightful Musical pro-
B. B. game.
juniors lost their first interclass
March 2l"Our debate team goes to Madi-
State finals. We expect them to
son for the
B. B. Championship. That was natural of
"The Senior boys win the Class
March 25 'The beginning of the end of
winter. The Staff plows through snow drifts
to get to school at 7:50.
March 26"'The boys have two solid hours
of fun. The girls play the first games of the
March 27 The History classes are shocked
by the applesaure on one of the front desks.
Who was giving a floor talk!
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March 28 -The State Debate Championship
is ours. The trophy cabinet is filling rapidly.
March 3lfMany visitors. including Mr.
Giles, the State Inspector. l wonder how he
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the screen. The Freshies are appropriately
given the green sweatshirts.
April 4-The Sophomores win the Cham'
April 8-LaVerne B. and Marion B. go to
West Bend for the Declamatory Contest.
Spencer J. and Stanley W. represent us in
April l0eWe received third place in
Declamatory and second in Oratory.
April lIf'Interest awakens in golf.
April I4+juniors start preparations for the
April I5-Big Scandal! Everyone takes a
shower at the same time. fApril Showersj.
April 16-Vacation. Bet the teachers will
April 22iEverybody glad to come back.
Bluffing is easier than helping at home.
April 23f"Tammy" has his curls shorn.
The teachers will have to pull his ears now.
April 24-First Class Play practice. Peggy
Lou tells Hope to come and stay for a week
some line day.
April 25-Music Festival. Big day at
school. Some non-musical students use the
Festival as excuse to skip.
April 28fDay of reckoning for those who
April 29-Music Festival at Horicon. Pene
almost gets left.
April 30-More tears! Why do we have
report cards anyway?
May lfMay Day. Where's the may-pole
May 2-Music Festival at Columbus. Very
few non-musical absences, due to warnings.
May 17-junior Prom. Thrills and heart-
May 20-Night school held. We work
May 27-Senior Class Play, "Man or
Mouse." You guess which.
May 30-We march to the Cemetery. Too
bad we couldn't have our finals first.
june 5-Senior Exams-our last chance to
make good. "Teachers, have mercy!"
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june 11-Alumni Banquet. After the
hand-shaking, we find it difficult to manage
all the silverware.
june 12-Big parade over the bridge to the
Parkg also lemonade contest. Winners an-
nounced next year.
May 12'-Big debate banquet. FAREWELL!
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.fast will ana' Testament of the
Glass of 1930
We, the Senior Class of the Mayville High School, County of Dodge, and State of Wisconsin,
being of crammed mind and well trained memory, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be
our last will and testament, in manner and form as follows:
Such traits, acts, and graces which have
fallen into our possession in our four years'
sojourn here, we dispose of:
First, To the Faculty we leave countless days
of peace, wishing them luck and all the grati-
tude in the world for all they have done for us.
Second, To the juniors we give the time
from 8:10 to 3:03 with the hope that they
will use it in earnest study, as we have done.
Third, To the Sophomores we leave our
wonderful class spirit, which has carried us
through four years of joyous associations.
Fourth, To the Freshmen we leave our pep
and our good behavior.
Fifth, We find in our work that it is our
dut to serve others, so we will sacrifice a few
personal treasures also:
Edward Bachhuber bequeaths his poor grades
to "Soup" Finke, the Einstein of the Eighth
Cordula Bartelt bequeaths her loud voice
and bold manner to Mildred Wendt.
Norma Bartelt bequeaths her enjoyment of
noonday strolls to "Spud" johnson.
LaVerne Bartsch bequeaths her sunny nature
to Nick Dallich.
Walter Beck bequeaths his heel plates to
Clarence Bernhard bequeaths his much worn
copy, "How to Grow Thin in Twenty-four
Hours", to Gerhard Meyer.
Carl Bolduan bequeaths his permission to
occupy the seats of Mayville High for an un-
limited time to "Bubala" Daniels.
Frank Christ bequeaths his gym shoes, size
12, to Adeline Riley.
Hortensia Cundy bequeaths her ability to
declaim to Howard Phalzgraf.
Melvin Czoschke bequeaths his stature and
poise to Anna Bujanovich, together with his
well-arranged program of study, every minute
being accounted for.
Nick Deanovich bequeaths his captaincy of
the football team to Merlin Strook.
Gertrude Dedolph bequeaths all troubles
with her glasses to Doris Kuehn.
james Dethlefs bequeaths his bottle of
Golden Glint to Emil Deanovich.
Christian Dobberphul bequeaths his rosy
blush to Gertrude Bachhuber, in case she loses
joe Doherty bequeaths his "pull" at the
office in obtaining excuses for being tardy to
Virginia Buerger. He also leaves a box of
"boughten" candy to Mr. Buth.
Hilary Elsinger bequeaths his height and
curly locks to Valeska Hacker.
Edward Falk bequeaths his "dates" to Nor-
Myrtle Fiedler bequeaths her ability in the
gymnastic rings to Vera Nehls.
Antoinette Lange bequeaths her job as pa-
trolman on the Horicon road, together with
her masterful control of a Chevy, to Miss
Otto Lechner bequeaths his interests at the
Normal School to Pene Aronin.
George Maaske bequeaths his wondrous
"gift of gab" to Elizabeth Bradke.
Frank Magyar bequeaths his artistic ingenu-
ity to Estelle Miller.
Kathryn Magyar bequeaths her beautiful
voice to Evelyn Luedke.
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Eunice Marquart bequeaths her giggles to
Ruth Marquart bequeaths her athletic
achievements to Emil Malesovich.
Vernon Marquart bequeaths his quiet, sooth-
ing voice to Flora Steinbach.
Evelyn McCloud bequeaths her poetic ability
to Virginia Holtz.
Dorothy Meiners bequeaths her "Grit", a
real dog, to "Pinhead" Haschka.
Ethel Murphy bequeaths all her heart trou-
bles to Hazel Voss.
Al Neuburg bequeaths his success as an
extemporaneous speaker to Ray Welsch.
Ignatius Pionkoski bequeaths his graceful-
ness on the dance floor to "Sis" Bernhard.
Ruedebusch bequeaths his bass voice
ments completed in advance, to Donica Pokratz,
Salzberger bequeaths her History
Fischer bequeaths his Typing assign-
Ruth Gehrke bequeaths her power of tak-
ing dictation from Mr. Buth without becoming
"fussed", to Mary Hollenstein.
Herbert Gitzinger bequeaths his alertness
and wide-awake mind in classes to Earl Gentz.
Mildred Griepentrog bequeaths her argu-
mentative ability to George Kosich, with the
hope that he will take every opportunity to
George Guse bequeaths his prominent sta-
tion in the city of Kekoskee to Mary Hart
Robert Hamm bequeaths his Oldsmobile,
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have
consin, this lst day of june, A. D. 1930.
fully equipped with connecting rods and bear-
ings, to Miss Schiesser.
Siegfried Herbener bequeaths his "pull"
with the teachers to Kaetchen Wegner.
Maybelle Husting bequeaths her luxuriant
growth of hair to Lillian Hirsig.
Milton justman bequeaths his knack of
acting serious to Wallace Pasbrig.
Anna Keup bequeaths her aggressive man-
ners to "Buddy" Faust.
Atly Kohli bequeaths his ambitions in avia-
tion to Allen Steuber.
Alvin Krug bequeaths his ability to play
the trombone to "Ajax" Koepsell.
Marion Lay bequeaths her love of romance
to the Stoehr twins.
Edward Lehman bequeaths his freckles to
"Red" Wagner, with a sample jar of his fa-
vorite freckle cream.
Helen Schmidbauer bequeaths her interest in
het school work to Lorella Guse.
John Schneider bequeaths his wonderful
ability of bluffing to Marion Bachhuber. May
she graciously preserve this power!
Ethel Steinbach bequeaths her success in
selling candy bars at basket ball games to
john Steinhorst bequeaths his boxing gloves
to George McCloud.
Mildred Voss bequeaths her monopoly on
the boys to Ruby Wieseke.
Gertrude Welsch bequeaths her place in the
Orchestra to Yvonka Dallich.
Hazel Wheeler bequeaths her well trained
hair comb ro Max Kahlow.
Stanley Wiese bequeaths his stand-in with
"Phiz" to Gerald Costello.
nto set our hand and seal, at Mayville, Wis-
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Atlantic Bc Pacific Tea Co.
Walter Aldach's Electric Shop
Dr. A. E. Bachhuber, Sr.
Dr. A. E. Bachhuber, Jr.
Hugo Bachhuber, Ins. Agency
Bachhuber Bros., Inc.
Bachhuber's Print Shop
A. H. Bauer
R. H. Bleck
City Meat Market
C. W. Doctor
Dr. R. A. Doctor
Doyne 84 Rayne Lumber Co.
C. Engel 8: Sons
Faust Meat Market
First National Bank
R. A. Gohr
Dr. E. H. Heinrich
Dr. V. H. Helmbrecht
Husting 8: Husting
I. G. A. Grocery
Janssen 8z Seitz Co.
A. F. Knoop
Koepsell 8: Gruber
Louis Kurtz, jr.
Labby's Lunch Room
Lechner's Soft Drink Parlor
Mayville Auto Co.
Mayville Bottling Works
Mayville News Pub. Co.
Mayville Oil 8: Fuel Co.
Mayville Service Station
Mayville Transfer Lines
Mayville Variety Store
H. A. Mueller 84 Sons
D. Naber Co.
H. L. Nitschke
People's Meat Market
Dr. E. Pichotta
Chas. Ruedebusch Co.
Ruedebusch Implement Store
Second Ward Grocery Store
R. F. Spiering
Standard Oil Co.
Str0ok's Soft Drink Parlor
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Thielke Hardware Co.
Wadham's Service Station
Walter Bros. Electric Shop
Welsch 8: Lacey
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Wisconsin Telephone Co.
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