Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

 - Class of 1927

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THE HONOR ROLL Les Fadner Valedxvtorxan Edith Meyer Sdlutatorlan Wlnnxfrecl Parker M ibcl Bylow Ollve Tlpler El ry lxnuzlson N z ton Bo h n yn Schmueln I. eona Lhrxstensen l..lll13I1 Koerwltz Eflrle Armstn on Mc lba llsflltchell Thelma Olson Leora Vvxese El xra WICGS Nl F1011 Buck Leona Neuzreyer Purple and old old Conquerm and stlll to c Class Flower Premler rose Class Preslclent Fdwm Tyrlver Vice Pr sxclent Grace Brextrelter QF-cretary and Treasure Nlelba Mltclmell Class colors Clwss Motto orxquer . . -7 . , . l I Y C, . ff! , L 'A 1 E I ann.- , - ........ - . f ' 3 x . 2 1 Lucille Hart E , Y . A ' 1 rr 5 C - g ' , L V ' - : r- ' . fivlffa-fl f-wigfdh VVQVE F 3 o A 54 B page SUPERINTENDENT C F HEDGES The hrgh school students bet frxend Superintendent C F Hedges has been wxth us for about ten years constantly gurdmg and urgmg us on m our chool careers It IS always a pleasure to meet hlm whether xt IS m the class room study hall or on the street He has a mile for everyone 'xt all tlmes We are proud of our leader and hope he wxll stay with us for many years to come Mr Hedges was born at Bradford New York and attended the hugh school at Bath New York Followmn his hlgh chool career he attended Superror Normal He then twurht for '1 few vears after which he sought a hwher edu ratxon at the UHlVCY'fltV of WISCONSIN He graduated from the U ln l9l 7 Mr Hedges has attended summer sessions at the Umverslty of Wisconsin tendent of the Neenah chools when Mr Hedges came to us as a teacher of clence ln February l9l7 as a result of the death of Mr Beeman M Hedges became the 1 nermtendent of Neenah nubl r' s hools We W1 h to tal-'e thus ooportumty to ewrterd to lVlr C F Hedges our sm ce e t thank for the help and guidance he hm gnven us One F 5 C' ,ua 5 1 V' 7 f 17 72 4: 15 A 5- U ' 1-' 1 v ' , . ' ' ' s . n C C C 1 - ' I - Columbia Umversity, and Chicago University. Mr. Beeman was superm- s . s ' . , , . . , r. - s ' ' 5 , e . 'S - '. . ' . ,. . . . . ' - l ' - 1 r s f . r- . . 4 , l l l , l Q r ,, 1- 1- G r-,fl Air Y , U.. A NIA, .- .. ...... l MR BALLANTINE Principal Ballantlne was born on Augu t 23 I896 m Bloomington WIS He attended the grammar and hlgh school at Bloommgton and later entered the Umversxty of WISCOHSIH une I922 he obtamecl the Master of Sclence Degree Neenah hlgh school IS the first ln which Mr Ballantme taught This IS Mr Ballantmes fourth year here and he has shown what a good mstructor he can be Mr Ballantme rs very efficlent as a prlncrpal and he de erves much credxt for the way he conducts the high chool and 'xlso for his Great ablllty as a teacher of sciences Everyone proflts from hls teachmvs and we all hope that he wall be here many more years Two '41 .FT ' ' ' ""'-"-'-P - -"'f--'-- -' . E1 -1 ---W f .-, --..-Vr L ,fungi f In 5 3 I I I I I I ' I I I I I I n. , ' Y ' I ' 1 He graduated from there in I92 I, with the Bachelor of Science Degree. In . , ' ' ', I . M , 3 . S y C . D . . I I I I he , Y 'Q I . , , A . . , I' 4 -iii. -,'V' hmgi Q'-'L' 'L f'- 41' tw" 'rT"" " """'A ""' -4" "U 'A A Ap Y I FV 77777777-rn Y f . . Y, V T 1 ' :V 4-I vb QV THE FACULTY The standmg of a school depends a great deal on the teachers employed The faculty of this school certamly has helped make the good reputatxon of Neenah High Fnve teachers on thus year s staff wrll not be back next year Those who are leaving are Mlss lsabella Mr Nlehaus Mxss Duck Mxss FYHHCOIS Mlss Grey and Mlss Mathls Knowmg them proves to us that succeess IS assured them rn whatever they undertake DEPARTMENTS AGRICULTURE The agrxculture department has been well developed by Mr Trexall our afrlcultural teacher For the freshmen and sophomores a course consisting of elementary agnculture and for the jumors and senlors plant and animal husbandry IS available Mr Trexall has tramed stock Judgmg teams which usually wm places rn the contests COMMERCIAL We Introduce you to the up and coming commerclal department which won first place m the dxstnct contest at Menasha on Aprll 23 Flrst places were secured ln penmanshlp Junror typmg senior typing and senlor short hand Fave representatnves were sent to the state meet at Whltewater May 14 The typlsts were not slow m wmnmg awards Senlors have a total of 106 lncludmv 51 certificates 44 forty word pins 9 fifty word and 2 fifty five word pm ENGLISH The Engllsh Department of the hugh school IS gaming rn importance each vear Mlss Harms heads this department and she IS asslsted by Miss Gray Mlss Dlck and Mlss Hllton The English work covers a vanety of subjects It takes ln composltlon grammar llterature and roal work Three jf 4 T I A L P I I l u . . . 1 . fs 's av, . , o 1 ' 1 ' - juniors, who started speed tests recently, won ll certlflcates and l forty- . 1 5 ' l , , - 3 Y vi Q ,D Q C n...,s -- --A--W-f -f- nf- f ,-M,-,-- 7 ees--+V-M--:-M M,-an FOREIGN LANGUAGE For the past four years Emuly Francous has been at the head of thus unter estung and very Important department The languages offered are French and Latun The first year of Latun consusts of grammar and syntax study whule Caeser s commentarues are read durung the second year French I consusts of grammar study whule durung the second year the composutuon and luterature of thus language are studued HISTORY M I-I Holzman and Muss Blanche Buck head the hustory department Two years of hustory are requured European hustory un the sophomore year and Amerucan hustory un the senuor year The teachers have made hustory one of the most unterestung subjects taught un thus school HOME ECONOMICS The 'home economucs department has had a very successful busy year The varuous classes made cotton wool and sulk dresses and they studued unfant care hyguene nutrutuon advanced cookery textules unteruor decorat ung costume desugnung color home nursung house plannung and famuly relatuonshup The work of the home economucs classes throughout the year was repre sented at the exhubut held May Z6 Z7 and 28 MANUAL TRAINING The manual traunung department of our hugh school us one to be very proud f The two teachers to whom we must guve the credut for teachung our boys are Mr Chrustensen and Mr Sumonuch Every year the manual arts of the hugh school are exhubuted and show the good work on the part of both the students and teachers MATHEMATICS The mathematucs department offers three years of mathematucs Algebra and Geometry are taught The teachers un thus department are Muss Smuth and Mr Nuehaus MUSIC The musuc department of the hugh school us durected by Muss ones She has charge of the boys glee club whuch meets every Wednesday and the gurls glee club whuch meets each Monday uhese clubs have sung at pro grams thus year The orchestra us under the leadershup of Mr Schneuder of Appleton lt has fuun shed musuc on many occasuons PHYSICAL EDUCATION Keen unterest was shown thus year un the athletuc department of the hugh school One hundred and twenty boys and one hundred and thurty two gurls took part un the gym classes Muss Mathus and Coach orgensen have carrued out nearly all kunds of athletuc competutuon guvunv us a physncal educatuon department to be proud of PRINTING Flhe pruntung teacher Mr St Louus and the prunt shop are unseparable Much prause us due Mr St Louus and the luttle brown prunt shop back of the chool for they are constantly un demand un the edutung of the Cub and other school material Seventh grade students are requured to take composu tuon and press work Few hugh school boys are takung a course un pruntun thu year SCIENCE The followung hugh chool subjects whuch are requured and ele tuve wull furnush suffucuent credut for a major un scuence r-crueral cuewce fMr Car y Mr Nuehaus phv uoloffv geog aohv M Treucc IJ clue nu try Mr Carey plcysucs Mr Ballantune Mr Carey four , - , r.j.. - U ALF ,r . , . , . . gn., Q 1 1 n - ..xk o. . c , . . , .. . .,. n K -as 0 C s , . 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J. n w 4 u- uf- . - D- THE SENIORS When as freshmen l09 of us entered the hugh school s seemlngly spa CIOUS halls we were filled with awe but soon we declded there was more to a hlgh school than a large building A deslre to be flrst rn studies and first ln dCtlVltlCS took hold of us l'he tlme for our first class meetmg hastlly arrlved Our cholce of of hcers mcluded Charles Tessendorf presldent Ollve Tlpler vrce president Ruth lVlcCanna secretary and Abe Stone treasurer Our colors became old gold and purple-through a stuffing of the ballot by the boys The gurls flew mto a rage for they knew the rlvht colors by majorxty vote were white and old gold They calmed down however and their first party attended by the fellows as well took place February 77 1973 lVl1ss Smith and lVl1ss Beerbaum ably chaperoned To them many of us owe our first danmnf' steps Regardless of the good tlmes enjoyed and the lnterestlng studles taken sex en of our number dropped durmg the flrst year Our two star debaters Leslle Fadner and Elery Knudson showed us we ne ded lnltxatne ln the first year Leslle made the squad four years Flery in the frosh and soph years and Gunnard Ecklund ln hlS junior ye rr ln beptember I974 96 sophs entered wlth a desire to be boosters We elected Wllll Pearson Roy Casperson and Gretchen Sensenbrenner The operetta The Wlndmllls of Holland dlrected by MISS Gosselln was a b1U success lVlany members took part ln lt The year s social event was a demo cratlc dance fflven on l ebruary I4 Hearts as decoratlons proxed very sult able for the occa lon We enjoyed lt' Cnrls heartlly welcomed lVl1ss lVlath1s when she came to lntroduce Ath letrcs for all to them She started the wmmn of N s Thus brought the ffnl more mto the Splflt of things and they enjosed three sears under her supervlslon Nllldred Neablmv Grace Brextrelter Wxnnlfred Parker and lVla bel Bvlovx won thelr letters whlle Esther Blank Leona Chrlstensen NTHXIHC ohnson and lVl1ldred Popp were awarded emblems The l975 l976 school season found us headed by Valentme Becker Wlth Darrel Buchanan and Frank l-lockholver as h1s assxstants Tho e t kmg S eech took part ID the two plays and the fellows began showmg thexr ath letlc abllxty Svlvan Sommers Francis Hauser Fdwln Tyrlver and Aaron lhde proved valuable on Neenahs eleven Kenneth Olson was the assistant manager T TIVCT was the basketbal' star He was elected as captaln for the following These fellows wlth Olson as manager and Hauser as captam played football the neait year at vshlch tlme Te senclorf came out I' e . 1 . , - 1 1 Y 9 1 - 9 1 1 1 - - . 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Y ea-. . , , g , , A V . . 3 'iv A keener mterest was manlfested rn outslde 3CtlVltlCS when the Phlloma thean soclety was organlzed The social calendn ended wlth the receptlon for the class of 1926 held at the Roosevelt gym on May 22 By this tlme lll of the 62 starters xn the junlor class had left Whlle two entered The semor year cxme and went too qulclxlv for the 70 graduates Though five members dropped from the enrollment the deflcrt was made by those enterlng from other schools It IS mterestlng to note that D3 of the O1'lglI1al l09 are nn the graduatmg class Edwm Tyrlver Grace Breltrelter and Nlelba lVl1tchell were elected as oth ers More of the class members worked on The Cub than 1n former years Leslle Fadner Nlabel Bylow Lucxlle Hart lVl1lclred Popp Vlfglnla Foth As comencement IS not far away our class members a k What IS xfe without a hugh sch0ol3 and What IS hlgh school without the faculty3 We appreclate our educatlon made Dossrble by cxtlzens and our teachers W hope to show that apprecxatlon by llves ruled by the :deals of our alma mater TO THE CLASS OF 7 I Commencement IS their start Wlth alma mater xdeals at heart Conquerlng and still to conquer IS thel gulde To lessen the tlmes they slxp and slxcle To the class of Z7 all success Wrth many years of happmess May each and every member find A world so helpful yet so klnd 'NX Kathryn Klausner, Olive Tipler ,and Edith Meyer were on the staff. A . 9 Q S .. . I. . . . .r . 4 Q 1 Maxme Johngon Mack Wunnufred Parker Wunnue Curls Booster Club I 2 3 F A A 4 Phulomatea 2 3 4 Glee Club I 2 Cub Staff 4 Asst Cheerleader 3 Won IN 4 Won numerals Vol lev ball Varsity 3 Basket ball Varsty 3 Baseball Varsuty 3 4 A good natured gurl us Mack Ne er for fruends wull she lack Mah Ile Bylow Babe flee Club I 2 Operetta 2 Staft 2 3 4 Scroll 4 Class play 4 Com mercual contest Z 4 Won N 4 Gurls Booster Club 2 3 4 Rotary Dnner Honor Ro'l Track Varsuty 2 Basketball Varsuty Baselrull Varsuty 3 Won numerals Aaron IMI? Shekk I' otball 3 4 N Club 3 4 D bate 4 Forensucs 4 Class Play Such a huge fellow us lhde Plantung hay seed Leslue Fadner Les Cub Staff 3 4 1 ene al Man HSSP 4 Quull 6: Scroll orenslc Club I Z Presudent 4 Glee Club I Operetta 2 Class Play Valeductoruan Debate I 3 4 Rotary Dmner El ry Knudson Elery Clee Club I 2 Debate I Phulomathea 2 3 4 Presu dent 3 Cub Staff 4 Ora tory 3 Forensucs I Honor Roll Rotary Dunner A boy so ambutuous and brught Always brungmg new udeas to lught Kenneth Olsen Kennv ee Club 2 Foot all Manager 4 Asst Manager 3 N C ub Francus Hauser Fanna Football 3 4 Captaun 4 N Cub 3 4 Glee Club 3 He us a marvelous athlete Able to accomplush any feat Adduson Duane- Donuts Ph lomathea 3 4 A musucal boy IS Adduson Doane On a Sax he loves to oster I Z 3 A Presudent 4 Forensucl 2 3 4 Honor Roll Class Play Won N 4' Won numeral Vollev Ball Varsuty 3 Bas ketball Varsuty 3 Baseball Varsuty 3 4 Track Var suty 3 An ambutuous gurl us Wunnufred Parker Usufu success as her goal marker 'ue Larson I ene Booster Club 2 A tuny gurl wuth blonde haur Bru ht blue eves and skun so faur lV'arue Grimes Grumv Culee Club 3 4 Operetta Marue us a gurl out for good tumes Because good tumes rhymes wuth Crumes Harold Veeser Veeser A movie star soon wull be Veeser For he us takung lessons from uluus Ceaser Harold Jones Pee Wee Such a tuny fellow us Pee Wee Alu avs so dopey and sleepy Gladys Warner Glad flee Club I 2 Phulomathea 4 Boos er ub 3 C A A 4 Won numer a s A classy gurl us Glad Alwavs ready to start a fad luve Tupler Tuppy Clee Club I 2 Operetta 2 Forensucs I Cub Staff 4 Booster I 2 Commercal Contest 3 Vuce Presuclent of class I Honor Roll Ro tary Dunner 4 A dandy gurl us Tuppy To us she us never snuppy Leona Chrustensen Ch rus flee Club I 2 Operetta Z ooster Club I 2 Honor Roll Won numerals A penny gurl for sure us Chrus A certaun pep well surelv m0an TTHS5 Seven Kathryn Schmer n Kate Soeech play 3 Phulomathea 2 Honor Roll Class Play An early burd we can call Kate We can because she never late Esther Blank Andy muster Cl b I 2 N 4 Won numerals Al'hou h Esthers haur sandv Her boy fruends name us Andy Won Melba Mtchell Sam Forensuc I 2 Booster Club I 2 3 Secretary 6: Treas urer 4 Honor Roll Rotary Dunner 4 Won numerals The gul wuth the long haur us Sam More knowledge un her head she could not cram Katherune Zebuck Giggles Graduated from hugh school un th ee vears Clee Club I 2 Glee Club Contest I Cub Staff ICommercual Contest 2 3 Rotary Dmner Numerals A gurl full of smules and guggles But away from her studues she never wuggles Mabel Schneuder Mubs Entered from Atlanta Neb Our new gurl us Mabel Schneucler She us Nleenahs wuld west rlder len Munch Helen Behund the wundow she doth sut The wundow wuth :mules us always I t Th Ima Olsen Tuny Phulomathea 2 Booster Club I 2 Commerucal Contest 4 Honor Roll Rotary Dmner A gurls so small and tuny Her face wuth smules ls always shuny I ll L 1 . -.. .. - - TH ' A " qi M " K " ' ' , , 5 Bo l , , 3 G..A. . 4: A 3 ' , I ' : I Z . 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L ,,.. f,s,i...-s..ss- 4 'yi Nl: U argaret Kuether Marge Clee Club 3 4 Booster Llu 2 3 C A A Secreta 4 Operetta 3 4 A glrl so tall and thln ls Marge Arvd a French vocabularv boy lts large Henry Werner Hemy Debate 4 Operetta 4 Glee Club 3 4 Phllomathea 2 3 A broadmlnded chap IS Helny And hls nose was never shlny Howarth Rusch Senator Class Play Forenslc 2 3 4 He has freckles all over hls face And ln g!'OWlllg a mous tache he WIDS the lace Russ ll Brown Browme uwre lld want to leave For fear If would make hlm grleve Sylvan Sommers Steve F otball Z 4 N Club 2 3 How he hated to leave dld bteve clld Ste! e lrvwrd Eklund Cunard F le- d from Hlbblng Hlgh 2 Cub Staff 3 Phllomatlle He resolsl ed to stay wlth us Vvlthout much coax or fuss Vlrglma Foth Gyn Lllee Club I 2 Booster Club I 2 Cub taff 1 lomathea I 2 Lu S alr 4 A Operetta 7 on nelllera s Basketball Z ls always free wlth a bun ld wnelewer she 1 shes lull of fun Earl Armstrong Earl 'ass Play 4 Operetta 4 C ub 3 Stock ,ludg Ing Team A strong man IS Earl I.VI1y doesnt he get a glfl? Vml t Hansen V Booster Club I 2 Foren slcs 4 O mv hrnmelsVl When we say lt It ends wlth a slgh Eleanor Neubauer Elly Glee Club I 2 Operetta Bolster Club I Does she snore That tall glrl Eleanor? Alice Fredrlck Allle blee Club 3 Won Numer a s Of Allce we seldom hear But she IS one of us xery clear Lsth r Mllgert Etty Booster Club I Lllee Club Numerous beaux has Esther Mllgert All because she I5 a llttle fllrt Luc ll H rt ou En eretl from Peshtlgo 3 s lee Club 3 Phllomathea 3 4 Booster Cub 3 C. A A a .ll on Scroll 4 VVon Numerals Honor Roll x lth us we have a 'Vlary Lou Always ready to dare and to do wr- ltr vt r Bre ty B oster Club I 2 3 C A V ce .J nt x on N 4 Basketball VBTSILV 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Vo ey Ba 3 Brelts s frlends are far and many But she prefers Dot to alnosc any rn Llndb rg l ern Hola y dlllller 4 So tlll of ambltlon IS Fern Not much more wlll she haxe to learn l"llldr d N abl ng Mllly Plnlomathea 2 3 C'ee Club Boos er ub I A 4 Won an Xfon Numerals Volev B l sty 3 Blseball Varslty 4 Track ell so xery athlcllc Never us n a cosme lc Elght 311,41 .I , tv Becker a Football 4 Preslclent Ath lBl1C Assoclatlon Class Presldent 3 Phllomathea 2 'lheres nothlng slow about Va 0 ays hls Menasha ,ga Hayman jeff Entered from Alpha Mch 4 Operetta 4 Clee Club We are all glad to have Mae Alu very glad she c me to stay Cora Madison Cora Entered from Berlln A very sweet glrl IS Cora A glrl we all adora Kathryn Klausn r Shorty Klee Club I 2 Operetta Speech Play 3 Phllomathtu Z Booster Cub Cub Staff 4 Class Play 4 Kath yn has a way ul nen That make them .all exen C-len dlth Meyer Honey Clee Cl b I 2 Cperetta 2 Phl omatea 2 3 Rotar Dlrnel 4 Cfrrmerc dl Con Lest 2 Speech Play Booster Club I Cub Staff ulll 6: Scroll 4 Sau tatorlan A sweeter than sweet glrl s Honey More dear to us than ove or money Edna Peterson Peter Track 2 Comme-rclal Con t t I Phllornathea Z You all ought to know our Peter X e hol dnone behlnd that want to meet her l t H bl C IC Booster Cltb I 2 Operet t 2 3 C-lee Cub Track 2 Throl lng a lanet AO try does Harrlet lfnnrrv Blenker Emmy A boy so qulet and shy But to know hlms w orth a try 'Q r 5 1 n Alsyjw I Q . 5 l I 1 I E l f Q I 4 l I I I f I l I I I l 2 L I 3 Y so A . 3 I I M -" " ' -" i" val:-, 'M I -'Av 1" I I I Z ' 11 t I Q - . 1 . 4 - I I I, , Q . . . .' ry h' ' I A . , A 4 A 2 I C N ' ,. u-.. .. 0 1. 4 I I , - ' : 2: -1 -1 . - 4.. . .. 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A ' . lx l V , , , . ff . . . . i l l I - .5 5. 5 ':J'f, 1 ' Q 4 ---... .- -. . , ,. .......,, -ss .,- -...-..-.-. yu' IZ- rf -nt- V s-- of---t - - ---1 V V' . Y Albert Foster Glee Club 3 4 uperetta Pmlomathea 2 3 4 -Xbout Al there nothing snappy A long as he is with his Abbie Edwin Tyrner lootball 3 4 Basketball 3 apt u es 'lent 4 Class Presi dent 4 A nootlar man is that fellow Ty Vlhen he greets a gir he gets .1 sigh Cordon H1nson Venus ee Club 2 3 Stock udg ing 3 Crain udgmg 4 So tall and handsome is this shexk rules the girls tremble until hev re weak Charl s Tessendorf Tezz Football 4 N Club Foren sics 3 So tall and handsome swear Makes the girls hearts tear Adelbert .lensen- lnsipient Stock judging 35 Grain .Iudging 45 Clee Club 45 Basketball numerals 45 A coquette is our Adelbert. A pair of eyes made to flirt. Howard l-loyman-"Howie" ootball 35 N. Club 3, 5 flee Club 45 Operetta 4. Newer to be arrested for speeding He is so slow he is misleading. GI .n Smith-' Schmittyn Entered from Appleton ' Glee Club 45 Football 3, . At home on the stage is Schmitty So says this little ditty. Raymond Bradish-"Ray" At setting up pins h is a shark But he does not set them in the dark. Morris Sinai Nlutzy That wild boy Morris l-le had a girl named Doris Milton Boehm Mutt Clee Club I Forensics 4 Honor Roll Mutt works at the Daily News He is so tufl' that the tvpe e chews Harvey Casperson Cappy With electricity Harvey likes to fool Using shock absorbers as his tool Betty Harper Betty Entered from Menasha 4 Phlomathea 4 From Menasha to us Betty came Bringing with her name and fame Elara Wlese Elara Booster Club Honor Roll Commerc al Contest 3 4 Assistant Speech Play di rector 3 Elara is such a sweet Wiese Always so peppy and so breezy. Marion Buck-"Marion" ee Club I. 3, Treas- urer 35 Booster Club I, 2, 35 C.A.A. 45 Philomathea 2 A very wise girl is Marion Buck To have her with us is sheer luck. 'lian Koerwitz-"Lil" Commercial Contest 45 Clee Cub 35 Booster Club I5 Honor Rollg Xvon numerals. o Menasha she doth go To see her Menasha High School beau. Walter Raehl-"Wally" Clee Club 2 35 Philomathea A good janitor would b Walter, All he needs is a basket halter. Nine Erna Th rmansen Erna aos er Cluh I 2 3 Gee Club I Baseball Varsit Basketball Varsity 3 Vxon Nlumerals So qu et and demure A ood future for her we can assure Verna Boeltcr Auggit ooster Club I Z 3 ee numerals Vernas nature is made of sweets And she has a smile for all she meets Abbie Cooke Abbie ee Club 3 Operetta The bulletin board is a good meeting place For Arthur to see sweet Abbles ace Lrona N umeyer Leona Speech Plav 3 Honor Roll Clee Club I Leona so quiet and shy When talking to Orten oh me oh my Leora Wiesef Westy Booster Club 2 3' Honor Roll. Oh girls her beau's name is Westy It soon gives a little love nesty. Mildred Popp-"Poppy" Entered from Oshkosh 41 Won N: Volley Ball Var- sity 45 Basketball Xarsity 5 . A. A. 4: Cub Sta Q Quill 61 Scroll 4. From Oshkosh to us she came This girl athlete with the liquid name. I-lilma Bergman--"Hunsie" ee ub I, Z5 Booster , Z, 35 Philomat ea 35 . A. A. 45 Won numerals. Hllma Bergman's curlY hair. Always makes us want to stare. ! . A -!.,Aw .vs .. ...W-me . as .fri A M-A A -4--fe an--A .rpg ,a . I I 1 I I I I . 1 'S 4: ' ' , B z , . : l I .. ' ' h . .U '21 .y - " is . .. .. 4,1 - ' 1 I . S A ' " ' T ' . Q ' , I 4.C.4g'NCIb3.4I h . ' B T,,gGl I PF' I I '- H H Club Z 35 Operetta 35 XVon . ' . 1 ' I ' 1 C-1 It J - - , cn --, 41 7 ' : ' ,I ' . Ag I 3, 4. , 4 . , I . A A ll. 1 ' I b A ' I I ' : -' , - -' f , I : 1 - Q : z 1 I ' . I i , 45 - , I , - ' I ' , , .' ' I . - . I I 1 x F Cl 2, ' , I 3 ' I F 4 , A ' 5 I ' I LII 4 G ff 4 , 1 3, T 4 , I I I Cl Cl I 3 ' l h G C C I I I I 1 U 'I A C tv I I vu"Wif 41 I 4 ,T K 4 U A- L THE JUNIOR CLASS The unxor cla s has had three very successful years rn every way The class started wrth Douglas Barnett as pre ldent eanette Baxter as vnce pres dent ard oan Aylward as secretary and treasurer ln the sophomore year Gordon Malouf was elected presldent, Clayton Cummings vlce presrdent and Helen Chrl tofferson treasurer and Geneva jensen secretary The officers for thls year are Gordon Brown preslclent Paul Gerhardt vlce president and Wllda WIISOD secretary and treasurer The Junlors were well represented ln football by Paul Gerharclt Elmer Radke George Pratt Wlllxs Haase Gordon Malouf Ralph Hauser Harry Many of the basketball stars were juniors also There are Wlllrs Haase Elmer Raclke ames Ehrgott George Pratt and Abe Stone who was the manager ln track the juniors were Gordon Brown lrvm Gunther Paul Gerhardt XV1llxarn Qtacker and Oakley Nearly The 1un1ors have always shown up well and they will contlnue to do so as SCHIOYS next year Ten I x I s g . . C N N . C , q , . fp . 91 Q ' I1 U ,... . Q- - - , ' - '- :U . gd . ' ' 9? l ' ' 2 - . Q- . 'T ' l l Z . e t 97 . A 5 A .. . l l ' A rn' I - I chu 3 . U - . l Q.. l . , . Y fl, P ' v . - - - . A --- --'---- "'-"""- .,,At, 4-Q.. ,,.,. ..,.,,..,...Y----4, ----- A ' , 1 HE QOPHCMORES Pep was the motto of the sophomore class as they entered N H S in leadership of President Llyod Hayes vice president ohn Schneller and secretary treasurer Laura Fahrenkrug During the football season of their freshman year two members of the cla s ohn Schneller and Clarence Mielke were on the football squad When the basketball season opened many ambitious fellows tried out and as the result of their efforts turned out an N man ohn Schneller. This years football men were Lloyd Hayes john Qchneller and Clarence Mielke all of them receiving their N s . The class of 29 also has made up a large part of the orchesta for the last two years. During their freshmen year the members were: Arthur Plank, Oswald Zachow and Raymond Gallrneier. This year also many sophomores respondend. namely. Dorothy Dubois Beryl Watts William Rather and Arthur Plank. The talent of the sophomores was shown in the operettas. Two years ago its representatives were: leanetfe Besscx, Beryl Watts and ,leanette Schmerein This year they were: eanctte Bessex Gwendolyn Breylinger, and Robert Gillespie. besides I7 minor characters. Literary genuis also has its part in the sophomore class. for it always has representatives on the Cub staff. Last year Robert Cilliesoie was the only one of the class to hold a position on the staff, but this year its members were William Rather Marie Fuechsel Edward Lowe and Kenneth Kitchen. Eleven , . .-,..-,,.,,,- H ,, ,,,.,, , , -fm,-,. , ,T , - up n 'im gl Y, ,amass -... s sk v'.?fi'- f e fe e f n"w f 5 f L September, l926. The class was representtd by 104 members under the ' : ' . 4 U , J : s , ,I ' , . n .. .. , J . J , ' THE FRESHMEN 'lhe fre hxrem cla s whxch entered the hugh school this year was a group of 142 dazed and helpless tudents who were wondermv what xt was all about Vmev soon woke up The sophomores attended to that At the first meet ng of the year the freshmen elected the followmg offi ers presldent Qtarlcy Qeverson vlce presxdent Lobert Bell secretary treasurer Ethel Schnelder The class soon howed the upper cla men that they pos essecl qualxty as well as quantlty Gordon Ehlers who made an excellent showmg on the numerals for thexr work m basketball football and track The freshmen al o showed their mu lcal ablty ln addltlon to havmg everal members ln the glee clubs Meta Sxelaff Wlllard Buckholz and 'Vlary Durham were members of the hxgh school orchestra The class has as a merrber the only che r leader who stayed out all year Edward Arndt ThlS IS somethmg to be proud of The freshmen by reason of the e achlexements h ve made the upper cla rren look upon them wxth respe t Watch them dunno' the next three years Twel e . H S n I 'S . . . . , s ' D ' . ' ! U ' Q ' ' c : . h . . ' L U D Lf A L! I l Y - 9 A s ss . ' S ' ' . H . , . football squad, was awarded the official N.A.A.. S-:feral received cla-ss . ' 1 1 ' ' s ' st' i 'f . ' ' ' s ' , ' . ' , 1 . e . , - , s ' f , a . si . ' ' . c . ' Q ze S ,va is gl' Us 3 Q 'C va 1 NJA THE STAFF The Cub IS st1ll m the experimental stave At the begmnmv of the year lt was only a small bl weekly paper After the first edltxon nt was de clclecl to change It to a larger five column paper This was contmued all through the year The five column paper calls for more work by the Cub Staff and al though a few of the students seem to prefer the smaller paper the majority of the student body favors the larger paper The Club has trxed to create a better spmt nn Neenah hugh school and wlth the co operatlon of the students lt has had a falrly successful year Thus year s Cub Staff was especlally honored by recenvmg a charter for membership ln the ulll and Scroll Eight lndlvxclual members of Cub Staff were recelved as members mto the Natxonal Honorary Qocxety of Hzvh School ournallsts Altogether the Cub Staff has had a very bu y and successful year Y Thxrteen vlvuln nafrk JN V 4. ,,.-,, . 4. Q ,e.e,-...sa gg as -...mfg-..rgW s e mae------ef--M e - e W - e -.fgy . 0 ' ' 5 h 'H l . if ' 1, 11 . l 1 rl ' l ll ' ' - ' ' 5 . T l l v 1 l w Q l Q . i , i . t . , 1 I . 1 1 . : 1 I o l y . l I' l n l l o .1 ' , . -I 5 ' : A . . 1 l I . 0 . m ' , . ll . ' . ' ' Q l Q - I 1 4 L . : ' . 4' l' l I I - X PQ r T V-'., D l 'Q 1 Lavgfgg. J ,. ,,.,,..,, I.. A . . A ,, ,., ,- ,, , , klg' .wmv A U cfs- A A fa 'fs sf Y-'W' "-4"",JU COACH JORGENSEN ln a dark blue baseball cap a tall ye hrnsly bullt man stands on the held coachmg hxs track team or ln the gym curectmg hls gym cla ses lmmedlately we recognize him as our coach La t l-all Mr Ole orgcnsen came to tht hrgh school to coach our athletlc teams Several years ago our coach was plodclmg through the same halls and recxtmg m the same classrooms ln whlch we are QtI'lVlI'lg for an educatlon After gomg to college to ht hlmself for hrs lme of work and coaching ln an other hrgh school he has come back to hls Alma Mater to help build up our b0dlCS and develop our athletic teams Thls year Neenah hugh school has had a good year ln athletxcs A major sprlng sport namely track was also adopted and a succe sful season held Next year with many regulars returnmg lNeenah hugh school wxll have an even better season We are also very glad to 'rrnounce that Coach orgen sen wlll agam be our coach Fourteen L . , , . . - . . . ,j , . . V . M . s . D , D . , ' 1 .J , , 2 . . . , . . , , . . f . . J - ' F H---WM 5,--dm Y , , , - V. - -Y qu THE FOOTBALL SQUAD W'NNERS Ol' Tl- E OFFICIAL FOOTBALL N Ralph I-lau er Harry Neubauer Glen Smith Clarence Mrelke lohn Schneller Robert Marty Valentme Becker Kenneth Olson End Full back uarter back Half back Full back uarter back End Mana er F fr Cautam Hauser Elmer Radtke George Platt Charles Tessendorf Aaron lhde Paul Gerhardt Wxllx Haase Gordon Malouf Center Guard Guard Guard Tackle Half back End Half back ' . ' ' I' " " Q ' A .... QU - - f f 1 f f 2: ' Edwin Tyriver . . . . . Tackle Lloyd Hayes ..... ' .u .l .i .I .I .. Q-Tackle -AIU' av Y F '0 FQ 'A 'I 'V K D 1 . srntix THE. FOOTBALL SEASON The football season of 1926 was falrly successful for Neenah Hugh result mg in three wms and four defeats On September 7 the Hl'St call was sounded by Coach Ole orgensen xt was answered by several veterans from last season namely G Smlth G Malouf Hauser H Neubauer A lhde and E Tyrlver Many other mem bers of the squad last year were workmg hard for posxtlons left vacant by graduates Neenah hugh opened lts season on September 25 by playing the alumni team at the Green The game was hard fought wlth the old grads finally wmnmg by the score of 6 to 0 Coach used many subs and the game brought out the weak polnts which had to be corrected On October 2 the team met ltS flrst hlgh school rlval Ripon high school The backfleld was faster the lme was more effectxve ln both OHCIISIVC and defensive work The two teams battled to a scoreless t1e during most of the game but Neenah fmally blocked a punt and a llttle later scored the wmnmg touchdown Neenah had a score of 7 and Ripon 0 Neenah met Kaukauna here on the followmg Saturdav The reds played a plucky game but the fa t Electrxc Clty outfit was too fast for theem Nee nah lost the game 21 to 0 but dxd not lose nts fight smnlle or courage On Octooer I6 the Neenah team traveled to Two RIVCYS and met its thlrd and this wlth many co tly breaks gave Two Rlvers the vlctory On the followmg Saturday St Peter s hugh school of Oshkosh journeyed here for a game The game started wlth a mayorlty of second team men ln Neenah s lmeup Coach drd not know the strength of the St Peter s team and was surprlsed when thcy made a touchdown and a goal ofter the touch down Just after the game had started Neenah could not overcome the lead and lost 7 to 6 The muddy condxtlon of the field clearly showed the need of a new Held On October 30 the Reds journeyed to Neew London and won a hard fought game I2 to 6 Neenah lo t and won the game m the last few mmutes It was the kmd of game m whlch both teams really thmk they won New Lon don tied the score with about two mmutes to play Neenah kicked oft and succeeded ln making another touchdown to wm the game before the final whlstle blew For the fifteenth consecutlve time Neenah conov ered their old rlval M n asha on Saturday November I6 Menasha outplayed the locals ln the flrst period and almo f scored a touchdown ln the econd h lf Neenah com pletely outolayed Nlenasha Shortly after the thlrd perlod began Neenah advanced the ball to the 30 yard llne and Schneller made a dropklck l the la t quarter Neenah scored a safety after Menasha s center had made a wild pass Neenah was ln possession of the ball and were ln the shadow of the goal as the game the greatest of all Neenah Menasha gridiron battles ended and the cu Lam was pulled down on our grldlron battles untxl next season Sxxteen QL 4 ' ,ki , , , W, W --- - ' I . ' Y' ' -7' ' ' 'M f., 'L 3 N. U Y E . . y . . A . . ' Q - , - Y S - . . . - , defeat of the year by a score of I0 to 0. The old fighting spirt was lacking, V, Q . . . . . . s ' ' . ' . s. . . s a . - ' , .J ' . n S . 1 'V . 4, Y, rf ' ' W A - 1 V 'Q '--'vb THE BASKETBALL SQUAD Caphm Tyrlver Willis Haase ohn Schneller Mitchell ohnson Elmer Racltke George Prwtt Clarence Mlelke ame Ehrgott Forward Guard Center Guard Center uarc. Forward lqorward George Blrmmgham Asst Mgr lvxrl Cnertnel Forward kenneth Olson Forwird S verteen . - 1 l l l J Q ........... J ......... .I s .......... ' Abe Stone ............. Manager I I 1 n n ' Q' E, . C C nuoulnnnuu f 0 . Ax , '.uA 'xi THE BASKETBALL SEASON ln the latter part of November the twenty second to be exact Coach Ole orgenson wlth a rather doubtful perplexed yet determined look was vlew mg some twenty five basketball candldates who were eagerly practlclng for the basketball season was soon to begm and only two lettermen Captaln Tyrlver and ohn Schneller were there to form a nucleus about whlch team could be bullt From these men a team was burlt which could hght wm games and lose them as well but only by small mar ms After several weeks of strenuous practice and a number of scnmmages wlth the second and alumni teams the 1927 basketball season was oth cxally opened on anuary 7 ln a home game against Two RIVCTS The locals lost by only one polnt I4 to I5 and as the score ll'ldlC8tCS lt was a real hard battle Neenah traveled to Rlpon anuary I2 and lost another close game I7 to 21 but the experlence Gained m these two Games displayed lt self m the two vlctorles followmg The Appleton hugh cagers untxl then undefeated were easrly prcked to wm thelr first game wlth Neenah but the Reds were an entirely drfferent team when they faced the Orangemen on the S A Cook Armory floor on Saturday anuary I5 lt was one of the marvels of the season that the locals after two reverses staged a comeback and emerged uctorlous from the best game of the season I3 to II Stlll playmg the brand of ball dns played ln the Appleton game the Neenah team took the slster school into camp and won I4 to 8 On anuary 28 Neenah lost an out of town Game to Shawano 20 to I2 and the meek followmg bowed to Fond du Lac Valley champions 8 to l l on the home court ln the remalnlnv games of the season Ne nah won from West Depere I7 to I0 lost to Menasha I6 to 20 and dropped the final en counter to Appleton 23 to I7 ln the tournament Neenah showed up well After wmnm from Berlun I4 to Z3 and Brandon I8 to II the locals lost tlse champion hrp game to Waupun I3 to 9 Thls gave our chool second place whlch speaks well of our team Two Neenah players Plnky ohn on and ohn Schneller were placed on the all sectlonal team Be :des the players that won the N s and N A A 1n basketball the sec ond team was presented wlth numerals The e ond team coached by Lyle Fehrman gave the varsrty team good practlces and they also deserve recog nltlon The followmg were awarded numeral Captam Paul Grogan Thomas Russell Robert Marty Herbert Thurmansen Paul Gerhardt Herbert Ehlers Gordon Brown Adelbert Jensen Howard Stacker and Leonard Neubauer Now when we look back up that season of hard work defeats dlscoura e nfents vlctorles clowned wlth joy whlch were borne by the coach as well as the squad we must conclude that through the efforts of the coach and the work of the quad Neenah hxvh chool had a succe sful basketball on m l977 mea ured not only ln arres won but m exnerrence and beneh s dcrxvcd for the players llc l - I ' J , , - ' s Q J r H . - . 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Eijm cn I a TRACK 19' 7 This is the first time since I922 that Neenah hi h chool had a track team and the Reds went through a successful season On Wednesday April 6 Gordon Brown was elected captain of the team and from then on track began in earnest After two weeks of hard practice an inter class meet was held at the green The competition was close but the Juniors won with I I0 I pomts The other classes secured pomts as fol The first mter scholastic meet was held with Wrightstown here on May 7 The visitors emerged victorious in a closely contested meet 60 2 3 to 56 I 3 At the conference meet held at De Pere on Saturday May I4 Neenah won fifth place Oconto Falls with an experienced team won the met Adelbert Blank placed first ln the 220 yard dash Bill Stacker second in the 440 yard dash Paul Gerhardt second in 880 yard run Captain Brown won third in the 720 yard low hurdles and lrwin Gunther won third in the 880 yard run. Captain Brown Adelbert Blank lrwin Gunther Paul Gerhardt William Stacker ohn Schneller Carl Gaertner Ernest Schmidt Francis Hauser and Manager Neary won letters in this sport. The following won N. A. A. s: lhde Klinker Harry and Charles Neubauer Howard Stacker and Haase. Numerals will be given to Meyer Chudacoff Krueger Staifeld Gunderson Pratt l-lahl Beisenstein Hewitt and Marty. l , J Au! -K ' ' - ' 'M Sur 4-1 Q B 'NV' 'A f 4 . . . . .g 5 lows: Seniors 47, sophomores 26.7, and the frosh 26.2. iinetee ' 1 THE. N CLUB whxch any boy IS an official N The N Club IS an honorary athletic organlzatxon to elxglble for membership provlded he has been awarded any one of the school sports Thls year the N Club has one of the largest actlve membershrps smce the orlgm of the club The present officers are Edwln Tyrlver president and Valentlne Becker secretary and treasurer The N Club was formed and chartered about seven years ago under the suggestlon and dlrectxon of Coach A C Denny The purpose of the club IS for pleasnre and assistance ln sponsorlng all athletlc actlvltles If leadershlp rs deslred ln any school or athletlc actlvltles the N Club members can always be depended upon to do their share Although the N Club has not undertaken any large project this year rt ns evrdent that rt has been workmg to increase lnterest among students and to establish a Sportsman llke Splflf among athletes Regular meetings of the club are held on the first and thlrd Tuesdays of the month Any boy who rs once lmtlated mto the N Club IS always con sldered a member of the club although he does not have the privileges of the actlve members Tm enry su"XV1' Y 91 Q D A 1 - I 1 l . o , n . - ' r , ' : : . . : . . 1 1 r , . , I E - - l I U 5 s U . . 1 1 l I I K ' - , ', ' ' : .J : 1 l - i Y . 1 I . - - 4 ' 2 . , 1 1 I , ' , i . i ... , 3 . , , . .. :S ,, i l ' I 1 rt, ,' v ' a , .., g 4 -,,, .W ,.,. .. so , . .444 A --M-A--if-Q .45 , .,Ab.q. A , -, ,.,...., -.--- - - ' l, 1 5 ' f XI END-XR FOR YF-XR September Fnst ed1t1on of Cub Nlatlnee dance Alumm game October Rlpon game Iuxcultx party Senlor dance hrul xuna lme Revolt cards fxxo Rue: g,1me 110 In1t11t1on O lko n amz Hallowe en d mee 'xnxx Iontlon g.,lll16 NlI'l1lJCI In :thus meet Nhlwaukce xc 4 n nh xILIIl.SlIi.L,lI1'l9 nl tl c IIII er Xollu bxll toulnlment Xu n Dc93Jan3 xccn 1h Rlpan debate Ih 10 da cz -xlumnx 211116 tnuarx I JI I du Lac game l so RIVQIS INIIIIQ It pon game pylcton Neenah game DLll.,itE'lS go to Bxllllon Xex London debite Nux Iondon basketball game Ne ustex exams Nfeu h Mena hz game ho h llznce Qetond semester lJ6Q,'1I'lw Ifemuux we: h Kaukauna debate Ne n 1h Niena ha debate Opewtta bs Glee Clubs re 1 III11 al Q pn dance I N club pl y Apul Qpeech Cl Iss Pl ly Cub Stxff Conte t t A A dance Fommucul contest T1 rch 'Vlect nt Green Rcpolt C uds May Qenlor clxss pl'1w F1 uk meet at Wughtstoxsn Tr uk meet at Depcxf June Last Issue of Cub Last day of school Jumor and Semor 1etept1on Exams 6 10 Baccalaureate sermon Class D1y Commencement Alumnl banquet OUR FACULTY successful xs the career of Miss Buck' Ilcx lord u cd to bc a flnc ton tluck ,ut thc talk of th: students md people ln town Ha reduced tlut tm hzzne down hlehaus flrst shuts hls eyes and folds his hands I'hcn sweeps us Into hls dreamy lands Therc h1S lmagmatxon gets so stron,, It s bound to carry us rlght along We ye nexel counted how many tlmes per day -Xnd ln other words we re W1lllI'5 sull Say In othel wolds 'N r Bullantlne to say Phat he has newer met this delay hxthtr vs xx by 'tllss hralnlk hot Off tht prcss L mst ruhs tor wrltlng words hke 65 By fu the pfrnuncnt I5 thc but Wlth an up to date sparklmg diamond test Growlng '1 mustache IS quxte passe Sald Mr Holzman this sprlng, ons So to the barber has mustache trusted And now hcs not onc bxt dl gusted When Mr Hedges meets you With a smlle he gru ts you To the ladies he tlps hls hat To all he says So much for that O xx OIICILI ot all mxblclans So Mlss Smith the mathamatlclan All eyes on the board whlle I through It Sho ll bl, but she cant proxe It Mr Carey has a soft loxely YOICC -ind he IS the bc xuty parlors cholcf IIe gurrds hls room wlth care For hxdden somewhere ls a cur mg lror wlth which he curls 111 air Thxrty Seven , 4 ,.-,-,-.--,-.---,.,"','-- - ---- - --- ' v' C x . 4 14 . -' . 71. ."' 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' -'X' - 0 THE CUB N olume III lnursdav June ' 1971 No KN III ANNUAL CLASS DAY PROGRAM JUNE6 7 EXERCISES WILL BE GIVEN BOTH 'N AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS On Tune 6 and 7 thc annual clas day vccrel es are bemg held 1n the 1ud1tor1um 90 that the la1ge crowd may be accommodat ed the exercises w1ll be both IH the attnnoon and evenlngs For the past month the eommlt tee have been dlllgcntly worklng o11 then parts to 1 1ake the alfa1r a success M1 Ballantlncl the gen e1al cl1111111an hach student S takmt, p 1rt 1n some phase of clas aet1v1ty related to graduatlon M Cp1e 1d M1ss Jones are faculty dvlsors oi the cl s song roup Pdwm Tyrxvcr 1 tle tu den cl1'11r11an Valentlne Becker Leon Chrlstensen Mabel Bylow Melb Mltchell Charle Tesscn Contlnued on Pa fe 42 Cubs To Be Bound lVIust Be Handed ln By l:r1day I1 you 1nte11d to save youl Cub and v lsb to have them bou11d hand them to any member on the Cub stafi preferably to Mr Holzman 01 Ieshe Fadner Frlday afternoon at the latest If you havent all the Cubs fo1 the year and wlsh to have them we have a few 011 hand whxch sul be sold to you for the regulal prlce You d be-tte1 come ea1ly because f'1 t he1e fxrst e1ved JIIIIIOI and SQIIICI Recep tl0f' Iune 2 Baccallureate .,c1mon b Rev Schla enhau1 Sunday 'unc 6 at 7 '30 o clock 111 Pr bvter1an Church Class Days Tuesday and Wednesday June 7 and 8 at 8 oelock ID Hxgh school audl to11u11 Commencement Thursday June 9 at 8 0 clock IH Neenah 1l catle Xl 1mn1 Banquet FIIOHX ll 11 11 at Valley Inn Baccalaureate Sermon Wlll Be Gwen une 5 Phe Baccalaureate smmon vull be dehvered to the senlors June 5th at 7 30 p m 1n the Fxrst Pres byterxan Church Rev I E Schlagenhauf of the Methodlst church vvxll awe the ad dres to the graduates thls veal He IS a very excellent speaker and lt ls known th1t the addlcss w1ll be one of the bcst eve1 dellvered Kev Sehlagenhaut la been 1n Neenah five Vedlb so he needs ht th 1nt1oduet1on fab Recewes High Ratmg at Contestl Tl1c Cub recelved first class ho IOI' 1at1ng at the C I P A Con te t at the Unlverslty of Mlnne soca Tlns IS the second best rat 11113 the h1 hest belngs tn Al AIllb1ICdII hono1 ratln Iast year1 Cub ILLLIX ed only a 504.01111 elas hono1 rat11 5 polnt system Out ot a possxble 1000 po111ts tl1e Cub recelved All the part vvh1ch make up the 11ev1spape1 IC amen a ccrtam 1u1nbe1 o1 pomts a1d tl1ev are also cr1t1c1zecl VIIIIS system provldes a comprehenslve c11t1c1 m of the pubh atlon and enable the staff to cor1 ect lts m1stak and 11nprove tl1e papel In thls way the staff IS able to put out a bett 1 pap r every yea1 Sophomore Class Buys More Cubs than Rlvals The sophomo1e ela s boueht the I'1lgI1QSt pe1 cent of Cubs 1n the contest recentlv held bf the Cub staff and thus vvm the DIIZC of '52 The senlors ILCQIW ed the next h1ghest pel cent then the Junlors and lastly the freshmen Flfty seven of the 126 fresh1nen bought Cubs I'h1s gave them a percentage of 4z19 Th sopho mores had a percentage of 70 5 e cntv th1ee ot the 102 buylng Cubs Of the 46 Jun1ors only 34 bougl1t Cubs INIHF them a percentage of -181 The enxors 1ece1ved 48f f 311 of the 6.1 stu dent buymg Cub COMMENCEMENT THURSDAY JUNE 9 EXERCISES WILL BE HELD AT THE SAXE THEATRE AT 8 00 O LLOCK Commencement 0Yf,lL1b9S for the graduatmg, class w1ll take place at thc Neenah Theatre on Thurs day June 9 lt 8 00 oclock Phe folowm lb the program to be pre sented Overture Ioet and Peasant von Suppe l11voe1t1on Rcv Alvln Rabehl Smlutatory Ldlth G Meyer Commencement Address Pres W A Ganfield Mus1c Qeleetlon from Il Tro vatore G Verdl Valedlctory F Leslie Fadner Presentatlon of Dlplomas l11n J R Balantlne March Unlted L1berty Losey The mus1c w1l be furmshed by the Hlgh School Orchestra under the dlrectxon f M Melvm qchnelder lVIemor1al Day Program Gwen By the Freshmen An lntcrestln Memcrlal D'1V program was IVGH by the fresh men boys and bnls tl1e 1gh school RCIICI The served The tr1ot1 orchestra and the Women s Corps folowm PIO ram was ob orcho tr played a few pa select1on A l11St01'1CZ1l p geant vv as gwen by the freshman elrls howmg the pe11od of Amerlcan l11s12Oly by dance and co tume The firt per1od wa 1492 Indlans second 1776 Yankee Doodle thlrd 1180 Mlnuet fourth 1860 Vlrglnla Reel fifth 1917 '77 Sa1lors Horn P1pe A play Flabmakers was gn en by '1 group of freshmen bovs an 1rls Presentatlon of Fla s to school by Mrs C Herrlck member ot hc Women s Rellef Co1ps The acceptance of flags an Ohve Tmler The program was closed vv t1 m fia,, salute by the students i-Til.. 1 , 1 1 I I , , .. 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' 1 .1 , - 1 L , I , S ' . an SIU C , I lsry 'IHI' CUI Publlshed by the students of tht Ixlmbcrly Hlgh School Neenah WISCODSIH Irlnted ln our shops publlshed by the students backed by our clty and school hntered as second class matter October 27 1021 at the Post Ot flce at Neenah under the act of March 3 1789 Publlshed bl weekly PDITORIAI STAFI Ceneral Manager Leslle Fadnex lfdltor ln Chlef Mabel Bwlovs News Manager Lucllle Halt Sports Paul Gerhardt Asslstant Sport Edltor Harry Neubauer Soclety Dora Knudson Inqulrlng Reporter Fleanor Eberleln Glggles Boo Hoo TVIHXIIIC Iohnson CLASS RLPORFFRS Senlor Class Mlldred Popp Junlor Class .Ioan Aylward Sophomore Marle Feuchsel Freshmen Stanley Sevelsoll Typlsts Edlth Meyer Ollve Tlpler Kathryn Klausner Vlrglnla Fotll Faculty Advlsor J H Holzman BUSINLSS STAFF BUSINESS Mgl Douglas Barnett Clrculatlon Maxlne Johnson Advertlslng Hart ey Jorgenson Asst Adv Kenneth Kltchen Asst Adx Wllllam Rahter Adx Accountant Ed Lowe Faculty Adxlsor Lyle Fehrman PRINTING STAFF Pressman Ira Marsh Fypesetter Alev McKlnstry Faculty Advlsor Lyle St Louls A VOICE FROM ABROAD El Cub es un pcrlodlco muy lnteresante' No thls lsn t a Chl nese puzzle 1tS only the post scrlpt les found at the end of the last letter he recelved from hlS Spanlsh correspondent Translat ed lnto Engllsh It reads The Cub IS some paper' Thls IS only one of the comments the staff recelves from the forelgn exchange for even the far away Lngllsh puplls have made C0mPl1 mcntary remarks about the Cub We are used to thlnklng of for clgners as some sort of curlosltles but Les can tell you ffrom ex DCFICIICCT that they are just as hu man as we Of course everyone knows that he has been carrylng on a correspondence wlth her for a long tlme but perhaps no one knows just what klnd of a glrl she She attends the hlgh school at Ponce Puerto Rlco and O Boy' Wouldn t you llke to hear 'her yell and boost her school? Her name IS sery pretty Senorlta Dona Ester Padron and she IS Just as attrac tue as her name You ought to see the plcture les has of her' 1 1 The clas play The lntlmate Strangers was presented at the Neenah Theatre on May 20 The play was very successful and lt gave a few hour ot enjovment to an a Jpreclatlve audlence The cast wa a follows Wllllam Ames l..eslle Fadner lsobel Stuart Kathryn Schmereln Florence Kathryn Klausner ohnny Whlte Howard Rusch The Statlon Master Aaron lhde Aunt Ellen Vllnnlfreol Parker Mattle Mabel Bylow and l-lenrv Earl Arm trong The Ponce hlgh school edlts a paper half Spflnlsh and half Fn llsh called the Ponce Hlg'h School Revlew Les recently recelved two coples of thls paper 'md found It most lnterestlng In order to graduate at Ponce one must know both Engllsh and Spanlsh equally well Senorlta Padron has exldent ly accompllshed thls Judglng by the sample of her vwork she sent to Les Youll find lt most qu llnt but lnterestlng Here It IS Why Should be there frlendlx relatlons between South ADICIILY and the Unlted States and how such relatlons can be 'lttalned At present lt IS known that the republlc of UDlt0d States of North Amerlca IS the greatest and strong e t power ln the world Thls means that lt IS a requlslte for all natlons to have frlendly relatlons wlth the UH1tCd S ates so that there be favorable condltlons I the good oi other natlons The Unlted States have devel oped so greatly ln one hundred and fifty years that It ITIS been a great SUTDTISB for other countlll of the world wlllch bun old l haue not attalned such dexelop mcnt and pro ress South Amerlca IS a very rlch contlnent There are mlnes f coal lron dlamonds and also great ectenslons of terrltory can be dew oted to aerlculture Put the depopulatlon of those natlons haw not permltted them to be of some lnteret and few of them are among the lmportant countrles Venezuela IS a Il3.t10lI that lxkes very much of revolutlons Thl lb a troublesome act and It goes agalnst the good condltlons of the whole contlnent The other coull rllgfl c lll dlrfelent lndustrles so that lll a few years It may ralse The Unlted States have at pres ent trf-'ltles wlth almost ex ery na tlon ln the world and as all the natlons of South Amerlca are ral my loans WhlCh the Unlted States lend " why lf they get the money from the h'l.nds of the UHlt8d States are they to decllne treatles and relatlons wlth them" I uppose that lt would be a good ldea to do the fOll0YV1Ilg to att ID frlendly relatlons 1 Creatlon of a Pan Amerlcan court where there be represented all the natlons of the contlnent my Presldency to be glven ln 'llphabetlcal order to the dlfferent conntrle cnterlng the court fbi There are to bc solxed all lnternatlonal questlons pertalnlng to tht Amerlcan contlnent 2 Creatlon of a Pan Amerlcan Lvwue of Natlons conslstlng of all tne natlons of the mentloned contlner lay To dlSCUSS all questlons of lnterest ln relatlon wlth the na tlons Cb! To 3V0ld prlvlleges among those countrles Contlnuell on Page -11 -0 l . t A ' l I I , . . . 9 , l ' Y 1 , . T' A r . ' 1 ' ' 2 ! I . - , . . 1 '- 1 Y J A 1 l 1 ' '. . . ' I - - ... J ', . . ....... M .... , 1 ' . . . . . . . . .. . W 1 f I 1 J I . . . . . .. . 9 , , r ' 1- 's' , L . - ' .- S S : -- Z , I I , .... ' 1 , . ,y J - .- Y . .- 3 A v 1 ' ' I 1.1 C' ' '.. . . l , - ' ' 1 ' ' D ,.'. . . ..... g ' ., L J g, ' V 1 ' . . . . . . . . ' . - . ra H ' ' - . . Q Q 1 s 4 v l n V - . , va trles are needed of populatlon to 1 1 4 1 Q 4, ! ' 1 1 1 1 . ' - . .- . - . 2 .gl .' ' AA----A---------AAA--,---------- T I. - C . . . . r , up. 7 1 U o r ' ' ' A . . . 1 - . . . . 9 ' 1 , ,c 1. .H , 7 - . - L 1 . . . ' 1 , ' ' . ' I . 1 ' ' :-- ' u n ' , J J W . . . ' ' ' .' .1 J . . , , . , I . ' 1, 4 . ' . . . H . . . ' . . , , . . . ' YP ' 1 1 7 . . . . S ' - , ' s . ' - - . - . . - - x . . ' . 1 ' ' ' - ' ' 5- . . g' ,. , ' ' ' , A A I ' ? I . . A' .UF 1 ' . . ' xr H , - . 1 f l - l . 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' 41 H ' I. 1 I , . , . s A VOICE FROM ABROAD Contmued From Page 40 fcj To haue protectlve tarlffs among them idk To celebrate treat1es 3 To create a Pan Ameucan Academy of Letters Sc1ence and Arts al All natlons of the contlnent must be represented there and any natlon may have h1s represen t3tIVC on the same one represent mf., othe1 natlons fbi Vulgarlzatlon f sclence and works of the d1lferent wrlters and author of ou1 cont1ne11t among all the nat1ons of the same 4 A populal un1vers1ty must be created where students from all parts of the cont1nent may go The expenses must be pald out by spe c1al funds ra1sed among al the na tlons and the br1ghtest students must be sent there to study T160 These would be fou1 factor of great 1nte1est to attam relatlons between the Unlted State and South Amer1ca and I am sure that those relatlons would be forever 1f the 3CtlVlt16S of these foul factols would be dlsplayed 1n the g1ven way Furthermore there would be a great advantage toward Cltlll zat1on by dellverlng among the n'1 t1ons of ou1 cont1nent the WI dom of the great masters of our con IHQCHIBTOS Poe Emerson Long fellow and others whom for d1s Prace we know but httle about them Soronty Entertalns Three Neenah Glrls Ollve T1ple Catherlne Aylward Edlth Meyel and several sen1or P'l1lS of Appleton h1gh school were dellghtfully entertamed at the Al pha Delt P1 sororlty house May 21 Brldye was plaved at wh1ch OIIVC Tlpler was one of the honor wlnners A good t1me was enyoyed by all After the games dalnty buffet suppe was seued She I want a strong man' A sllent man' A man of gr1t H Yah you want a deaf and dumb ash man' Betty Is vou1 Packard frlend commg ton1ght" Luc1lle N Betty No Lucllle thls IS W1l ly Ixmght Douglas IM Ph1lo 'Vleetlngj Order' Order' Pete CSleep1lyJ BIIIIQS mllk please I WHO S WHO IN THE FACULTY Sllde' and she slld Yes ou1 lllglllfled Mls Dlck plays ball You ought to see he1 Babe Ruth 1snt 1n It anvmore MISS Irma J D1ck 1 also a leader 1n the faculty She was born at Rlce Lake YVIS cons1n movmg to Marshfield at an e rly age where she attended lngh school graduatmg 1n 1920 For two year she attended Wlnona College at St Teresa WISCOHSID 'md completed he1 educat1on wlth two years course at the Wlscon S111 Un1vers1ty of Mad1son She g aduated 1n 1024 wlth an A B degree comlng here 11nn1ed1ately She has taught Engl1sh here for t' ree years and as we have all come to know he1 well and appre c1ate he1 p12.ISQWOl'tl'Iy work wc w1l' feel her leavmg thls year very keenl In splte of the fact that M1ss D1ck IS gomg from N H S we hope that she w1ll y1s1t us many t1r1es We all hope that he w1ll enjoy he1 nf-w pos1t1on aru w1ll hayc the best of luck alw ly Forty One B00 H00 MISS Ixralnlks d1'1mond causes more 6XCIt9mBHt than Llndbergs fi1ght Its a beautlful r1ng DIISS lxramlk and we take th1s space to offcx ou1 SIDCQ18 congratulatlons At Cub staft Harvey Jorgensen sat f01 five mlnutes w1th h1s hand ralsed vualtlng to be called on' Can you 1mag1ne anybody so for getful or IS It dumb? Lucky class plays dont come more than once every four years because the luds would be all tlred out"""' No not because of the work of the class play but because 01 the tr11 aftelwards' Only SIX Fo1d truck' In the last ed1t1on of the Cub It stated that Bermce Hanson dld not et a bld to tl1e prom Un the humo column It wasj Bermcc w1shes to have thls statement cor rected she sald she dnd get a b1d' Good work old k1d" It g1ves me great pleasure to make the cor rect1on JL NE LOVES BIRDS P001 June let out a cry of sur prxse when she found a beaut1ful black crow 1n he1 desk The Jun1or and senlor boys are always t1ne IS stlll upholdlng the stand ards of the school He hero1cally went up to .Tunes desk and took the deceased creature wrapped It 1n a sheet of paper and Wlth bowed head mournfullv left the room By Kld Rock and Wlldcat A POEM Mary had a httle lamb It drank some gasolme One day It wandered near the fire And neve1 smce has Benz1ne Exchange JORGENSENS ART SHOP We spec1al1ze1n plcture frammg greetmg cards mottoes for all occasxons Noveltles SL glft goods ln endless Varlety lorgensen s Art Shop 132W WIS Ave Tel 439 Y I - vi W . , . . , .C I , . . , . . , . . . . , , . 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I , A I , - ' - -v . 1 'T 1 forty Two SPADES Nec-nah Hrgh has rts rndrvrdual stars and heroes rn all the fields of sportsdom but rt must be ad mrtted that the possrbrlrty of Au pre Boelter ever Jornrng thrs rank of celebrrtres was not foreseen un t1l recently A short t1me ago when Sheep head Rummy and Smear were strll strrctly confined to the precrncts of Prcketts Sanctuary 110 one so much as dreamed that the name of Augre Boelter would bs wr rtton rn bold type across the pages or trmc but now that hr has dc monstrated hrs suprenracy at the he man game of Sheephead hs fame has spread to the far cor nf rs of the globe Everyone real rzcs the almost uncanny skrll of thrs Shvlock of the pasteboards Truly the fame of thrs lxmght of the Glazed table IS Justly deserved We got the Blacks You arnt got no Snrder 'rulr cant get a trrck I renounce I call for the Ace of Spades Smear llay hearts all these greet your tars as you enter the mam room at noon Spread you has scene that Womrns Temperance drmk and strong men culture Thmk of rt out before drrycs thc Gurld to to phy real the male members of Neenah sc11ool gr ouped rn foursomes rntent upon the play of drlaprda cd prece of mu tl col ored pasteboards I-yen some of weaker ser or better halves have followed surt and haxe re urrected from Grandma s hope chest a pack of these yrle cards abandoned long ago rn the wrld days of the pr t'r1l and hoopskrrt No longer 1 there a lreatz d drs cussron on track and baseball No questron about rt Shcephead wrll be the major sport Cumon all you bre fish get rn the swrm and :ret your N s Alrrte your deal Krd Rocl 81 Wrldeat lkey M y I haw the t dance laura You ye had lt already Home Fuel C o Ile rlers rn HARD AND SOFT COAL CEMENT SAND SEWER PIPF ETC Phone 219 or 425 ihelprng them are Margaret lxueth er Verna Boelter Albert Foster Pro ram June 6, 7 l ontrnued from Page .39 dorf and kenneth Olson assrst them Mrss lxrarmk Mrss Harrrs and Walter Raehl head the class hrs tory Llarfr Wrese lxatherrne 71 brl Abbre Cooke Alrce Predrrch Harrret Hebler Mrldred Iweablrng Gorden Hanson Iudn Peterson Harold Veeser Fsther Blank Hel cn Munch and Emery Blenker nor' wrth thcm The under classmen are wonder rn what they are to be vxrlled They wrll find out from tne com rrrtee composed of M1 s Hrlton 'NI Fehrman Ol1ve Trpler Henry Xwerner Francrs Hauser Mabel Selrncrder Morrrs Slndl Brtty Harper Raymond Bradrsh M re Irovman Hrlma Bergman Russell Prown Cor Madrson Adelbert .Jensen Harvey Casperson The Senrors are anxrously awart story of therr future lrfe whlch Wll be told by the commrttr under the charge of Mrss Francor and Mr Nrehaus The stu lent 1 1 1 1 Svlyan Sommer Elery knudson Vrolet Hansen Charle Tessen dorr Harold Jones Eleanor Neu bauer Marron Buck Fern Lrn ery. Irene Lfrrson Ern Trrer mrnscn Gladys Warne V1r lnld Ioth Tha faculty haye a chance to su thcmselxe a other see tlrrnr Thr mocl faculty con 1 ts of M1 s Smrth Mrss Peters Melba Mrtch cll Gunard Eklund Marre Grrm s blen Smrth 11lll1an lxoerwrtz Graee Brertrfrte Adlr or D1ant Mrlton Boehnr Leon Neumc yer Psthcr Mrlgert M1 rn John on Howard Hoyman Mrldred Popp Howarth Ru ch Thelmr Olson Iuelllf Har Leon Wre e lNssD1ck s n 're-of he key presentatron Tlr par of t c pro ram rs gn en by Mrlton Ioelrm yshrle Mr Carey ls rn charge or the acceptance to be gry e'r by Cor don Brown Mr Carey When water becomes ce what chan e takes place? John The prrce See Our Graduatron Grits The Newest 81 Most Complete Sel ectron rn Neenah ln fludrng The Three Famous Makes of Wrrst and Pocket Watches Hallmark Bulova and Gruen AlsoA Good Assort ment Uf Dramond Rrngs S15 00 81 Up Nelson s Hallmark J rwelery Store Lrndbergh s Record Flrght s Now a Home Movre A Kod 1k Crnegrapr 1110 feet of 16 mm filmj w tlr closeups of start oi the Hr ht to Parrs rs now ready for yo.1 Hrstory was made that day hrstory whrch vou can see on your own screen Plug' rn Jour hou e lrghtrng crrcurt turn h Kodascope sw tch and rt s 1ll hc re before your very eyes On the same reel are The crash of Commander Bvrd great plane The near catastrophe of the Bel lanea slrrp The tragedy of Pene Fonck s take off The dcp ll ure of Nungesser rnd C Prreo Lrndbergh The Fprc Tran Atlantrc Frlght 100 feet 1161111 rj Irod lk Crnegraph 51 00 Barnett's Pharmacy Phone S0 l l I . ' ' 1 V - ' ' D . . . . . 1, I , I . , 3, 1 1 1 . v vg 1 1 . 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Q -ll :TW ML my YS DUPONT D UCO The quick dfylng P81111 for wood plaster wallboard and metal sur faces Nm nah Ilardxsare C o ME EIR Hz- Q-'2,u1n.rrv " 7 J'Ox-l W- - 'I 4' if if A 'QL : Q' -'ikjr I 1-, -.- -. p s x, gr 2 jissocnated Headers nf Dumbrr andPuclDealrr5:1f,Emzr1ca Best Lumber all Mlllu orlc E F Wleckert Lbr Co Valley Inn WX LADIES Pump straps and colonlal styles ln the new shades ln leather cuban splke or Spanlsh heels hoslery to match MENIS N"7'iB""h U4 fff 4 The Traveler s Haven Ex ery room xxlth tollet and connectlng bath OXFORDS Black or Tan Bal or Blucher Medlum or wx le toes smooth or ralnglea 56 00 551000 Ho 1 ry form n N Z gg? f !-XX Z? joseph Vifelshaupt 'vlana er LO 119 Colle e Axe Appleton WlS Q I 2- A ,,, ! qs :Duble we ., " pf: .I , 9, , J f"' 1-2, 11' Y - - ,. x Q F I L la cr oof CM Y ,lr ' Wflsw 'X X Q, Q -4 ii Egii' M- 2. .3-' Q ' I 4-, , L I lx X-ulir ' ' 3, 4 -4 ' v Q 1 all N 1 l ' K J I l' l X xl L A d . , . 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S I ff ,na X ff J Basketball Football or Whatever your wants may be m Sportm Goods see the A J Reach Wrl ht SL DIISOD lme at Schlafers Outflttmg of teams a specialty Come over and see un if Appleton, WISCODSIH F trst ln Sports Schlafer Hardware Co. F -F' at '45 y -A ,I , L f 5 ' 'J . 'I 'qi pl' 4 5 t , S 9 1 r 4'0" I I C . ' e ' ' . . , I ' .1 il, ' 1 'X X" 0 a 9 4 ' 5, X F' I Zgw, xt was J hgai ' ' or , 1 YV liz ? A D , ' . . p x A . : , g , of , ' X V ' R ' 724-'f"U A . A -' ' """f1':" 7 ' fl 1 "' .V 1 ' - fl ! A? . if I H I' X, nfl! . . l a :gf , , . ,pw all fs'-sf, ' X K V QNX' x I -Lil, ,D A I X 1 AQ, l . . yi. V. KEMMETERS We Carry A Lomplete Lme of Staple and Fancy Groc rles Valvohne Gasolme and 011 Phone 627 Menasha WV ffl? X X YOU CAN ALWAYS KFEPA R OI' OVERYOUR HEAD 1f u carry Wlndstorm Insurance wuth wluch to relnnld or repan- wmdstorm damage H XRPX M BROWN 'N Xgenew Every Day A Bargam Day I U 2 Room 4 P 7 USE FOR HHN LIIX NIPN FOR YOU Fellows Really there are many ways to forge ahead The small ways come first You know how lt I8 you are a freshman first and then you advance Thats how the word opportumty gets mto our language The far-t that we keep trymg never losing ourage EIVCS us lives we enjoy Krauses the store for Twm Clty men offers you fellows a savmg wlthout a sac nfice of quallty Get this Krause s gxve you styles of the hour quallty of worth smart textures and colors at the one low prlce NO lllf'llER NO l.ON'EIt GRADUATION SUITS Smgle Breasted, Double Breasted, College Models Tans, Grey, Blues The patterns you want 128 N . NS isconsin Ave Opp. Jandrey's H A VE YOUR SUIT WHEN YOU BUY IT -Si 5 ,, - 'I f ?h FH?-' -iw- ' 13 fl? rf, ' 4".r- 'A X "' v,q - 13-17' , . 1 f' 3 sl 4 l ' ' . -'se ' yo I , r s?C11l3b0UtQ I wx ' . , I 7 I X I L ' r I fy , 1 w v . - l4As to 0 Bldkrn 'I' l. LO! ' YY V Y Q Yi V W L I L 4 cc 99 , . . .. y , . .. . ., . . . , . C ' . . K . ' Y I I - . . Q .i , . ' . ' , . l' I - ' I The Universal Grocery Co W L a L L When Ln Appleton V 1S1f pl HT H ,Dflnnzui 34 ,Sun Y I 141 W B A B N h W Next to Wcvol vorth s FADNER STUDIO As usual 20 percent d1scount on graduation Photos. I O " e ive an et ive" . l Y Q ff. -, , , Wisconsin's most Po u ar Chain T7 K' e of of Groom S Ores Hatters and Clothiers N. . Wisconsin Ave. . . essex Mgr. cena , isco ' cc X , ,, O 9 Forty-Eight HUMOR Nobody played cards on the Ark by heck' For fortv davs Noah sat on the deck' Miss Harris How do you make straws? Stanley Take a whole anl wrap some papei around it Kenny If you stood on a dime how would you resemble Wool worths" Bobby Ill bite how would I" Kenny Nothing over 10 cents Miss Buck What IS the court of last resort? Helen Courting an old maid M1 Carey What is a blotter" John A blottei is something you look fox while the ink is dry nb Lloyd What IS that old maid giggling, so fo1'7 Otis She wa arr sted for speedlng She said it was so ex citing to be chased by a man Shorty: Why pull my hair? Do you think my head is a bell? Aaron Yah, the Liberty Bell It is cracked Onward Onward Oh time in your flight Make the bell ring Before I recite Mx s Peters Name three arti cle containing starch Mildred Two cufl' and a co Fussy Old Lady Kas radio broa caster sneezesj There Now Im suic I shall catch cold' Tfzz I can do 55 in my I mek Mack Is that so" Tezz plane Yah tied behind an an Stilp Can I borrow a cigar ette'7 Tezz able to you ve had enou h prac tice Well you ought to be At that, every time a girl steps out in the rain s1e is bound to get watei on the knee Miss Francois: Abe, use the word smoke in a French sentence. 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GIIKS of jewelry are Glfts that Last Ask Dad to Buy you a Dlamond Rlng or a bood Watch A Grft That s Never Forgotten A sp clal dlscount alloys ed to you lf you wlll chp our ad and present same at tune of purchase betw en nom and Graduatlon Kamps ewelry Store Y s fC n WHLSON BROTHERS HABERDASHERY 'lu- ff ji ., War gi g! ,I For Busrness or Sport Wear A large assortment of collar attach Shirts ln plam Whlte and fancy stripes and checks Sl 00 to S3 00 HANSON BROS SI XVI I LL SLR! ICF STA I'ION Everythlng for your auto and radlo Auto Trlm Shop tops glass and seat covers replaced N Church St Tel. 1857 Twm Clty BICYCIC Shop Blcycle repalrlng and accessories We repalr everythmg made of rub ber Sharpen knlves and s lssors Retlre baby buggy s wheels of all sizes WHILE YOU WAIT Our motto IS to phase E. BOELTER Prop. N0 Church St F '-A ' O O ' w 57' W. ' .3, W7 1' I ' 1' M' ,' . "' L ,-- ' X XLT' f, ,4fj!6MV. ' N - f' ' ff In , c .A-ff? 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F'fyO IF you would be wealthy tlunk of saving as well as of getting Start a Savnngs Account TODAY' NEENAI-I STATE BANK NEENAH, WISCONSIN Graduatlon GlffS Kodalcs Memory Books To1let Sets Perfume Sets Box Candy Leather Purses Atomreers Elwers and Schroeder Druggzsts Wrth heart1est congratulatlons and best w1shes to the class of Z7 Krueger New Herz lmpenal Day Bed with Open Coll Box Spring l-I ERZ wel?-,WW 'ff 'ii ip, Thxs ew HERZ c1eat1on should not b confused W th ordma y day beds n W on the market Noth ng has been overlooked attam absolute completeness co fort style and conve Opens th:-1gnteOeflpm t1o to acc pt d bed he g ful ldth xt a heavy all cot t roll edge matt ess Conven lent space f r beddlng 1S p o V1d6d s w ll as adJu table he rest nd ball bearmg aster The ends are of vw od f n shed n etal Dle s ugly de 2 ed Chas Sorensen 81 Son Furullure md Undertakulg 334 536W WlSl0Il5lll Ave 'lel 275 O O Q Q 0 . I .FW O I - ggL"'j., 7 :5,g,'l,' alll? we rail-: final Q lu 1 A Ni 1 lug! va? :4 ' l I 'l'l"3.,3,',1l?llA.i5E 355' ,. it- 1' ' . "1 WI ,. . n I . e vi ' r 0 . i to , ln m , mence. XVI e ! n i 0- ' te e 1 lil, and E w' . E r - - on - . r . - 0 ' r - ' , a e ' S ad- a - ' J s. 'o - i i 1 , 9 a i si n . ' , O f . H . - I ,- - ' . 1 Q . L l N E E N A H PAPER GUMPANV 53- EN Gt 544 X 18' 4134, SQQQV Ffy r' F 'Z .ful Mm 4' K F! 7 5 f fx f 'C 1im1 0 G STEFFENSEN SHUE IIUSPITAL Clothes That meet your needs a little better and surprising- ly longer than you had hopedg at a price pleasing to you. - fflillliii Good Clothes Appleton, Wis it -Three lg -Q o 2 W"'Zi 'Q . Vg- Lv - ,v x I x" ,gg X f 'I I.. nf1 --ff at Q-r,ree taut 1f L, 2 H . -f-- Q, X ' , ff . f I ' 'r 7, N' ' A ' .H , 'p , , uni X 74", 4 1- 'X 1 -8, X'-"'-- 3 Uni ...fl xr" ,Neue ..- ,H . I 4' , L ., 4 I g l - --ff 3 'I lia - h r - 'Z -'gi - 4, I I A ! 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FIFST and Hewltt Sts Telephone 318 ART WORK ENGRAVING3 ELECFROTYPES NICKLETYPES LEAD MOULDS CURVED PLATES Fif y .E xL"' j i Aviv, I , X I' -4 'fl- ,A T :" Nl . V 0 Y? A ' .:,4g3 T l 8 l ,N I., Qi A- f-W ' ,H ll' - - Iezrli w. l ll T ll ll ll l ll "f T lr .121 3 if ' . ' "Q ., A Val li 32 A Q lab l ll .ill , , Il Ei ll 'l 'ilwl' llxnxll ll tug Grieg 1516 ll :4 ll on tltIM,lp,5.gl lv TUNE IN flawed, Wag: ! 'I' ' W 1 xlxlli WH lwkllllllllll li sworlh Case, 1 ,: ',1 Alriwxg wx! L! VJ I: 5. . 1' llx ll l ll ' 'X ' ' ' G Same watch E. T lly f A- f A ' solid lx A Q" jj-gi5?f5:'TV . 0 . ,, ,4 I - ll 1 ll' I I v It J ' ', A 0 s ' .1 - . f S , . Y. . ' 4 k . . o .' se - S 4 l , ' ' - ' ' - L' ,L . - 1 , ' Y A g f 1 . -in ui- w . 1 -4 T 4 ..-. J T I 1 . . A bait that hides a hook Harmony dignity virility and visibility are .attributes for xtliivli our mmpoeition isuoted. Wh5 do vle leave out economy? Beeause economy in typo frapliy is a bait that hides a hook. If some bidder quotes a lower price per hour 'ind then stretch- es the job out to consume an hour mme than the man he nnderhid would haxe taken economy heeome: L1 joke and the joke s on you. NEENAII PRINTING COMPANY Neen ah W1 KUIISIII IT S UP TQ YOU To be Alert, Provressixfc, Up-tofd ite Rnd one Good book 'md vt mov 1211 Q 'irticies wcii week. Capt them it your PUBLIC, LIBRARX A Public Librfiry IS a Unix LFSIIN in BI RC SI'l'0NI P XPLR I UNIV XXX I alkx rue look tapers 'NL enah, NN lstonsm Six C6 ' ' H 7 I ' x v x 1 f . aw L w y 1 1 ' ' 7 C U 1 , at C r 1 f . 21 fs f l . K. ll i . N 1 x i , J Y I rw! I L l 1 I 5 ' v 4 N N I , c ,K . . . . H . Y . C , - - va , -Q I 9 CODUDLIOUS SCSSIOD f , .. . 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