Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

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THE CU Commpncemcuti Isqun NEENAH HIQJH NLHOUL ?w X ' I PL1NiQuui Vx time KEY' N .ff W 1 N 'N N L V . in " ' I P- 18 'I in li. Page Four xv I 1., I I . ' u 1' 1 , r 4 5 L 5 V , 3 4 V L - I Page Five H ED".i.EiS.i'i27..'l...-."I-"'J.....adZ"!'a 71-.ev Wanxfn BU' lf5f'R"l'6x5f1Lf.!43-3"2-!".s'!Ii"J'5!il"If'P 'NNI .-NIR?-f.'Y'l "'B?"!"s'7'Vl1"'75.'AT.n-'f Jian! 'Q F cel lv -uiiiamfniunihiadih 3 ' Page Six SUPERINTENDBNTC F HEDGES Superlntendent C F Hedges came to Ne nah hngh school as a teacher of science rn the year I9 I 7 Mr Hedges was born ln Bradford N Y He got his hrgh school edu cation ln Bath N Y After graduating from hugh school he entered the Superror Normal He graduated from there and then tau t for a short time He then enrolled ln the Umverslty of Wlsconsln He grad uated from the unrverslty ln 1912 and since then he has attended sev Mr Beeman was superintendent of the Neenah schools when M Hedges came here ln I9 I 2 In February I9I 7 as a result of the death of Mr Beeman Mr I-led es became the superintendent of Neenah public schools Whenever an occasion arlses Mr Hedges can glve mstructlon ln the vanous studies ln a very lnterestl ng and beneficial manner Supermtendent Hedges has plloted Neenah hugh school through many a storm and calm and we hope he wlll be wlth us for many years more. U I P35 . , . . ' A , . . l . . . , . - eral of the summer sessions there. . ' r. ' 5 1 - 1 - S' Y I 'l I I B e eVen VZ. fi.. n..-.Am-.'LE 0 MR BALLANTINE Prlnclpal R Ballantine was born ln Bloommgton Wx on August 73 IS96 He attended the grammar and hxgh chools th re After gracluatmg from hngh school he entered the Umversxty of WIQCODSIH He Qracluatecl from the University w th a Bachelor of SCICDCC Degree ln I92I ln une l972 he obtamecl the Master of SCIENCE Degree there Mr Ballantlne obtamed hls Hrst experience as a teach er ln Neen h hugh school He has now been here for five years and clurmg that txme he has shown what a va uable ln tructor he IS lVlr Ballantlne IS a teacher of physlcs and he also holds the posltlon of principal He IS very efhclent ln both offnces and he de erves much crecllt for the vxay he con ducts the high school and also for his ablllty as a teacher of clence It IS the hope of everyone that he wxll be connected wlth Neenah hlgh school faculty for many more years -ilk' I Pie. 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A S I Y - -, 4- 5. t . . .3 - I ' -n I , la .4 ,,. 4, Pfaffefefff fw Tl-lE FACULTY Dorothy Verrler Lxwrente College Mathematlcs Sclence Madge Ople Whltewater Normal Commerclal Margaret Hilton Carroll College Engllsh Genevieve Johnson Secretary Umverslty of lvVlSCOI'lSlI1 Home Etonomlcs Carl Chnstensen Stout Instltute Manual Tralnlng Katherine Small La Crowe Ixormal Vida Smith Lawlence College Vlathematlce Lyle St Loms Stout Instltute Prlntmg Blanche Buck Ripon College H story Cltlzenahlp Katherine Jones Lawrvnc Colle-ve Muslc Orville Carey Law rence College S 1ence Annm Gerhardt Stout Instltute Manual Tralnlng Ru h Dleckhoff Unlverslty of WISCOHSIH Engllsh Speech Charlotte Peters Sout Instltute Ome E noml Jean Toutenhoofd Carroll College Engllsh James R Ballantine Umverslty of XVISCOIISIH S l9l'lLP Prmclpal Florence epenburg Wlmfred Kramnk Whltewater N101 mal Ccmmerclal Irene Espeseth Lawrence College Flench Latln John Holzman Un1vers1ty of XVISCOHSIII Hntory Edna Mae Harrles Lyle Fehrman Commercial Ole Jorgenson La Crosse lNormal Phwslcal Eclucatlon Coach Lewls Trexall Oxhkosh Normal Agfrlculture Sclence Engllsh Nellie McDonnell O lrrkoeh Nolmal Vocatlonal School Clara Patzel Secretary J J 65114 Z3a6lN1"9"'rQ'ffa""" L"a AAA! fvf'-f Mk 4 , V pt 4411. 1fC4,x 1 . . ' 1 ' r u . I H ' v Physical Education Univprsity of Wisconsin Whitewater Normal A ' ' . S . . A' ' ,' I L ' . 5 . I I A I B . 1 ' 1 V - Q , I A, sf f V- If J A ' C of ' r C fu' e ,f " 5 ' ' . f' I ,. 'K Z V c . . lf! Y X cy 4' A' il. DEPARTMENTS AGRIFUL1 LRE Thls department IS well taken care of by IVIr Lewls Trexall For the freshmen and sophomore there IS a course of elementary agrlcultur and for the JUHIOYS and senlors plant and anlmal husbandry Several years IVIr Trexall has tralned stock judglng teams whlch usually Wln places ln contests CITIZENSI-IIP Cltlzenshlp IG taught for one semester only to both boys and glrIs of the freshman class The purpose of thls course IS to glve the boys and glrIs a knowledge of the agencles through whlch communlty welfare IS admlnlstered 'lrd the lnspectorlal sklll by whlch to evaluate that service The depart ment IS sponsored by IVIls Blanche Buck COMMERCIAL The commerclal department ponsored by MISS Wlnlfred Kralnlk MISS Madge Ople and IVI LyIe Fehrman IS the Iargest department ln the hlgh school Boolkeeplng shorthand typlng commerclal law commerclal arlthmetlc and penmanshlp are taught The senlor typlng students set thelr Ilmlt at 61gI'tV words a mlnute ENGLISH Four years of Engllsh are taught ln the hlgh school The flrst two years conslst mostly of composltlon and Grammar yunlor Fngllsh of Engllsh Ilteraturc and senlor En Ilsh takes IH Amerlcan Ilterature grarn mar composltlon and oral work MISS Edna IVIae I-Iarrls heads the department She IS asslsted by MISS Margaret Hllton IVIl s Ruth Dl6CI"I1OH and MISS can Toltenhoofcl FOREIGIN LA INGUAGES Our forelgn Iangua e department has lncrea ed Greatly ln the past four years The Iangua es offered are French and Latln The flrst Vear of Latln conslsts of rammar and syntax tudy whll Caesar s read the second year French I consl ts of rammar study whlle composltlon and Ilterature are tudled ln the econd year IVIl s Irene Espeseth heads thls department I-IIQTORY The currlculum of INeenah hl h chool proudcs for two hl tor Cal courses a one year course ID modern European hlstory IQ requlred for sophomores and a one year cour e ln American hl torv 1 requlred for SCDIOTS MISS Blanche Buch and IVIr Iohn Holzman head thls depart ment I T ' l S ' e, - v . . 4 C I ... . .. . . . . .VS l , S , 7 Y' Y ,J - -5 v v 1 y . . . . . 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D DEPARTM ENTS HOME FCONOMICS The home econorrlcs department 1 under the SUPCYVISIOH of Miss Charlotte Peters and IVI1ss Genevleve ohnson Four years of home economics are taught Hyglene cooking tex t1Ies mtermr decorating ll tant ca e and sewing ar Included MANUAL TRAINING The manual trummg d partment of our hlgh chooI IS one of whlch to be proud Thus department s ln charge of IVIr Carl Christensen and IVIr Arrnln Gerhardt The hreh chooI boys a e taught machme shop and drafting Every year thls department assumes a great responslblllty rn the annual exhlblt howmg ome very excellent work MATHEMATICS Three years of mathematics a e offered ln the hugh school Algebra and geometry are required whrle advanced algebra and solid geometry are electlve The departrr ent IS well taken care of by MISS Vxda E. Smxth and IVI1ss Dorothy Verrner MUSIC The musnc department IS directed by IVII s Katherlne ones The mrls glee club meets every Monday and th boys every Wednesday The orchestra IS under Ie Ieadershlp of Mr IVI Ivm Schnelder f Appleton PHYSICAI EDUCATIOIN The athIet1c department has attracted a great deal of attention thls year The g1rIs and boys gym classes held many cont sts ln basketball and other sports PRINTING Much praise IS due IVIr I..yIe S LOUIS of the I1ttIe print shop back of the school for lt 1 constantly ln demand ln edltlng The Cub and prlnt lrg posters tickets and signs SCIENCE The followmg hugh school subjects which are requlred and eIect1ve turnxsh sufficient credit for a major ln sclence General science Mr Carey and Miss Verrler physlologv and geography fIVTr TrexaII chemistry Mr Carey phys1csfIVIr Ballantine and IVIr Carey Page Eleven -- s Q E fl I-. 1 l ' .I I ' . . ' I 1 - i . 1 . .t . ' .ZA kr ' . 3 . U E 1 X' ra n e I u S n n E . . E . - . . I 1 s 1 r 'I ' ' . 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D: CALENDAR SEPTEMBER Back to books The good old Cub mlxer OCTOBER Neenah battled St Peters hlgh school football team to a score less txe Oconto Falls whlpped Neenah to the tune of 35 to 0 Dedlcatlon of new Cltxzens Ath letlc Fleld Sturgeon Bay defeated Neenah 6 to 0 after hard battle Semors danced and frollcked Kaukuanas champlonshlp foot ball team defeated Neenah 31 to Teachers kld party Neenah s team traveled to Shaw ano and was defeated 24 to 0 NOVEMBER 4 Teachers conventlon Mxlwau ee Two Rlvers game Neenah scored Its only polnts ln football durlng Semors won Inter class basket ball tournament Senlor Get Together party Wlsconsln H S Edltors confer ence at Madison DECEMBER 16-Alumm basketball game 21 Neenah won Its second basket ball game of the season from Shawano 21 to 20 23 Appleton game We defeated them 20 to 15 JANUARY 3 Christmas vacatlon 6-Basketball game at Two RIVETS lNeenah lost 16 to 14 13 Our basketball team mvaded and defeated GIllett 28 to 18 14 We beat Rlpon 20 to 14 In bas ketball II 20 Fvervone struggled wxth e mester exams 20-Sophs won the Ice carmval Our cagers defeated Appleton the second tlme Score was 20 to 18 Neenah Menasha debate FEBRUARY Speech classes presented Com edy Nlght Neenah debaters met Kaukauna ln a non declsxon contest Defeated Kaukauna 25 to 9 Sophomore dance Omro Neenah debate Neenah won 2 to 1 Neebnah defeated New London 3 to Second Kaukauna game Menasha game Waupaca Neenah debate Nee nah won 3 to 0 Faculty stunt MARCH Sturgeon Bay Neenah debate Nenah lost 3 to 0 West DePere game Op retta The Plrates Daugh er 1517 Menasha D1StF1Ct Basketball Tournament Neenah won 20 llquld a1r demonstratlon 21 Seml final debates Neenah lost to Antlgo but beat Edgar 2 '20 Hello Week 29 31 Ca rs partIc1pated In the state basketball meet APRIL 2 9 Sprlng recess 21 Dlstrlct Commercial contest MAY '7 Conference track meet 'lt Nee nah s Athletlc field 12-State commercxal contest 1I Track meet at lawrence college 18 Senlor class play JUNE Il0 Exams Bvccalaureate sermon Class day Commencement Books put aslde Alumm B nquet Page Twelve ...-..... .- ll I, - 1 5 tw 21 :ss s :I O., 2 as I I I I I II Im ,I I II I I I I II I Q 4 ' u gr 'T 9 . 5 ' i . 1+ ,, D ' -: . ..- I ' 0 , - ' ' ' I ' I-A . . . ,N ' . 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Q ff 3 CGMMENLEMENT Qlxss Qolors Ma oon and Gold Qlxss Flower qweet Pea Ll me Motto 1 he Futur Curs to Make or Mar Cl is Play llie Youn e t by 7 lulip Bxrry N enah 'lheatre May I8 Bxccxlxurcxte Qermon Rev A Gordon Iqowlxcs Presbyterian Church une I0 Wolf Pine: Senior Pageant The Nlcw Era of Peterboiou lu N By the Outdoor Players Hi h School Auditorium une I2 Commencement Speakers Lucille Ozanne Salutatorian Adelaide Merkley Valeclictonan F O Holt Re is rar University of W1 consln Neenah Theatre une I3 Alumni Banquet Masonic Temple une IJ P 2 -2 . il Y ' z. -c ' fa.. -- A I c . fs. . gs," .DN z . f' 5 - , . 1 ' z z 1: . - , - . . ' " , Senior Day-A Class Picnic. ' ,V -U 1 2 g , l. H." , . . b , , . . . . . , g . 3 . I 1 . , J .' aio Fourtcc ""f""71f f""'Y'1 1' . 1"' ""'??-"!'J'3""""fE'f"7 V- ' 'T ' " ' ' ' " ., "1,'?"f1'-'?F.'Y?'11"I7"l.'i-l'Q',L1'. L' 15 Norman Nye Nlurmle P lO 3 4 Nurmles puns are never lackmg jokes on us hes always cracklng Elnler RadtIce- Baker Basketball 3 4 Footb N Club 3 4 Clee C u George Breltung Prof ee Club 3 4 0 Ceorge ls for sure a very good boy The glrls you wlll never see hlm annoy Stwrl y Staffe'd Bud lo I 3 4 C-lee C l A helolng hand Bud s ready to lend Hls thoughtfulness has won many a frlend Oakley Neary lrlsh Tr ck Mana er 3 N Cub Caklev always has the candy And wlth the glrls hes very handy Wllllam Chudacoff Chud 'lo 4 Phllo Rotary 3 Am la Kuehl Mooley l o 2 G A A Am lla lS such a dear So we tho,l ht wed t Il lt er Sablna Shea Slbl A me o G A A 4 on Rotarv Dl.'l1"lE C IJ Pl'll Ed 1 Landl Gladys Johnson K tlnka X ee u Wlth three years of Pnl o I Home EC I' mas entle llttle glggle A bachelors llfe would we Il mls I wll be sort of hard to c alon wlthout thls ne Rlesenweber Entered flom Nlenasha Cperetta 3 Clee Club 3 Shes full of wlt humor and g,r c Theres no one who could ta e her place Iron Clee Club 3 Commerclal A I H I n Hauser l0 I Cu Staff 4 Contest 3 4 Bob Clee Club 3 obert Marty Football 3 4 eretta 3 Phllo I 2 NI Club 3 4 Wllda Wllson Nlltzlr Clme Club I 2 Operetta 2 Debate Manager 2 Speech Honor Roll Phllol 2 C A 2 3 4 Class P Wllllam Kurtz Bllly flee Club I 2 Operetta 2 Porenslc I Orches ra 2 Hono Roll Rotary 3 .Cb Stone Kld Rock Presldent of Athletlc Asso carlo 4 Speech Play 3 C advs wreck Haz l And rson Andy X good sport IS Andy At maklng puns shes very handy a I G rhardt Pussy Football 3 4 Captaln 4 Nl Club 3 4 Class Sec Treas 4 Track 3 Athletlc Counrll 2 VICE Presldent 3 Rotary Dnner 3 Cheer Leader 4 L7 Staff 3 4 Qulll an oll 3 Ilsnor Roll 3 VI fylward Zuhn IO I C ee Club I 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 Qulll and Scroll Secretary f Class I Treasurer of Glee Club 3 Honor Roll Sof-ech Play 3 'Vlllslc Contest I Class Play W llls Haase Haase Baseball I Football 3 ketba'l 3 4 Capt 4 ubl Z 3 4 Presldent Senlor Class Presldent Phl o 2 3 Class P y So no uar 15 Wlllls Haase When he passes the lrls the oh s and ah S' Ooe etta ootb I 4 Cub 3 4 Basketball wx Tl EMI' ,Q,a,Pa"k Bubs l 9 3 glee C U 4 In Soeech Plav 4 Numeras I 7 3 Cub Sta Wah I Hans n 'Vlabb Georg Pratt Doc F X X -1 FOYSHSIC 3 Speech NI Club 3 4 Football 4 Clee C ub 'Ima 4 C a s Play Page Flfteen I S . .. 1 M- .g-HE-d.. 7.. 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Phyllls Peterson PEP Marlon Runde Mm Esther Peterson Tony G A I 2 3 GleeC b Phyllls has style and clothes galore s hard to Hnd anyone whos llked more Goldle Mortenson Sls Golde always talks so fast She needs a plaster of Parls cast Dorothy Schultz Duds We re glad lf we have only met her But we always wlsh we knew her bette Adelalde Merkley Merk flee Club I 2 3 4 Spee h nlay 4 Operetta 3 4 C A 3 Rotar 4 enslc 4 Valedlctorlan eneva Jensen Greene Class Sec 2 Glee Club 2 4 Ph lo Z 3 4 Spee Ro C AA I 2 Class Pl ly Cenev'l IS ever laughlng an gay She always has somethlng wltty to say Margaret Hanson Muggs ee Club Z 3 C XA I 3 4 Operetta T Rotary 3 ll o n 0 r Roll Commerclal Contest 2 Harold Schuman Dutrh Phllo 3 4 Debate Nlanag, er 4 Operetta 4 Clee Club Hes not xery tall nor has he much wuxtht But he shows hls ahllltv ln managlng, debate IO I AA Operetta 2 Clee Club I Honor Roll A style show she should be ln She wears her clothes llke a mannequln El zab th Henes Betty Entered from Eau Clalre f lee Club 3 Betts as qulet as a mouse never the house Sometlmes you know she was Dor Class Vlce Dorothy Dunham ee Club I 2 3 Presldent 3 Ope et a Z C A P l 0 3 C ass 4 Honor Roll Class Play Speq h P ay Gordon Frown Brownle Phllo I 2 Class Preslrlent 3 Track Captaln 3 N Club Brownle IS so open mlnded and all That the y,,lrls just cant help but fall Luv' ll Ozanne Cel 10 I 3 Llee Clu X lce Presldent ass 4 CAA Ylce President of GA A 3 Rotarx Luncheon 3 Speech Plav 4 Honor Roll Salu tatorlan Operetta 2 3 Class Plav Thomas Russell Tucker Phl o I Vlth the boys hes a xery good sport But nary a g.,lrl dld he ew r court Page Slxteen Lllee Club 23 Forenslc 2 3 AA 3 4 Cub Sta 4 Operetta 2 Commerclal Contest 4 Tonys smlllng face IS cheermg Her hear y augh we ll all mlss hearmg Lllllan Anderson Lll'ums D A Honor Roll For drawm plctllres Wlfh artlstlc sk 11 There IS no one here to equal Lll on ld Hruska Rev Glee Club I 3 4 Operetta 3 -I Speech Play 4 r chestra Z 3 4 Forensxc I d lalcle Lane B l ee Club I IO Speech Play 4 Booster Club lIIrom I'-rmleton comes her Blll Gerald Steclt r jerry M flee Club I forenslc I When you wlsh to and our beloved jerry On the freshman slde hes sure to tarry r'l F'lb r 'Numerals a a s the gxrl wl the red halr S If-'wks qllte rea v to take a dare l ron Kru ger Vlfl d Cat ate 7 3 4 Capt 4 n slc I 2 3 4 President Honor Roll Rotlrx 3 L I Staff 4 Ettempo 2 l A.. , , I IIxI l. 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I' I. .3 ' ' ' I en ' , , . : ' 3: - I .I - 'I I : I ' : sum ' I I In - fl Roy Babcock Rabbxt Richard Tbalk D ck D0 I' BS BRITISH Bafney Entered from 'VI ttoon 4 Rabbzt IS just two Jumps ahead So thxs l1ttle d1tty saxd Chvton Cummgs Farmer IIO 2 4 Deba e Cla 'on I5 not so very bug nor yet so very small Yet about farming he sure does know xt all Gordon Schmldt Schmlttyn He makes out prescrlptxons and wraps up pills And hes not lackmg In gxvmg thr1lls Ravmond Haak r Ikey De ate 3 4 Forenslkz I 2 llfef IS not spo1led yet Hes the only shexk th gnrls can t get PI r d Bauer Al Track Clee Club I Irvin Gunther Gunther ack 3 XVhen lrvxn turns hls w1stful lamps All the curls he naturally vamps EI anor Eb rl ln E.bb1e u 1c Con s 2 P xo G ub 3 e etta 2 3 Cub Sta' 3 4 A 3 4 Speec Play 3 Honor Roll Gordon Fisher ack I Operetta 2 3 C-lee Club 2 3 4 c he ko wxth h curlv haxr H llkes to journey well you know where Pre ldent of Class I Phllo xo Sec P 1 o ores dent 3 ub Staff Z 3 4 Class Pav Cqrl Sgndde Mayh Ile Stevenson I0 Z N C b 4 ee Club I rootball Manager 4 Carl on the saxapho'1e plays He ll own an orchestra one of these days Harry N ubauer Sex A-areal Football 2 4 Track 3 Cu Staff 3 4 N Club 7 3 Fred rxck "I rrxck Fntz C V1 Sta? 4 Phllo I Frltz s heart has had a fall 0 thmk Maybelle can tell you all 1 o I A 3 flee Club 4 To keep up with Dons you have to step Shes happv 90 lucky and ull of pep Bernu: Boreson Toots1e 10 I Or-eretta 2 3 Speech Play lVlusc Contest I ee 1. 1 Tootsle has a way w1th the boys She makes them march 1 ou1J just l1k 'WS Annabelle Ente ed from Fl nt Much 4 F1 belle sends loves l1tlle dart Sh sn. ms to break heart 'after heart Howard K ll tt lN Club Z 3 4 Stock ud Team 3 Debate 4 Ro ta y I n Hanson Clue Club I 2 Ph1lo A A Sweety xl xan Palmer Plulomuthea 2 B rd e IS such a handsome beau A rev more years and hell be Valent1no r Hayman Irene G1 e Club I 2 3 Operetta Z 3 Sneech Play 3 Rotary 4 Honor Roll rr' rd Nobb flee Club I 2 Operetta 2 A tall thxn chap w1th some red red ha1r Boys of hxs quallty are very rare Dora Knudson Do Re Ralth Hauser Hocky Philo I blee Club I 2 3 Operetta 3 4 Glee Club rv-1 2 3 Cub Staff 3 4 Orc esffa C. A I 3 4 u1ll a F otball 3 4 N Club 3 4 Scroll Class Play Pa e Seventeen .. . .. . A-.. i ,, ,til Y.. . a . Di fc's tl 1 " ' S' . 1 ' . -A' ' 1a -, 1. 2, 3, 41 Ph'1. .1, .. , e ' ' 1 h'l . I i G C ' ' ' ' . , , , , 5 I r , 'Ph' , z.. :T 1 3. Phff .31 1" : G1 " -I + " . . ' ' ' , 3 , 4: ln!! ' Z I - ' " ' . b ..- , 1 . -, , ' F 4- 4, .... aw.. .. ? 1-1 -" " G 't . 2. .Q . W.. . .. A, y , - 2, . 3 Q - 1 ' 1 .. , , - , 2, . . 1, 2, 3. j 4 2 WY, - ' L... , M H Dov-'g Ander59n- Eird Il NfIsonf"Birdie" emwd, 2. 3:4 3: Phl. .2. 31.0. .A. 2, 1 1 1 Tv " 47 ' , f ' U lang! in .. ,' .' Ph'le , 2: GXA. 1, z, sp I ' f ' I 3,1 E Y l Q Dr n 2 ,, a 1. -.. ... f"1' 1, z, 3, 4. V -- I . : E - 14 'df 1, 1 h'l, I X , -1 I, 2: lee Cl I. 2, SOP- ' ' ' -r , : . . . : , . . - . 4 ,, . . CJK.. . I 2, . ' h " ' ' ,, l -We I ' , :, 'T . . . z 3 4 --1 '- Qppw- , , 3 , , 3 2, 3, 4: h I. 2. 33 Tr 1 . . 41 ,A, . , 2. . 3 Q ' nd O - 1 - - 5 ii II -I l D K4 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY ln the fall of 1924 thus Hall of Learning the Neenah hugh school took unto its walls one hundred and fifteen seekers of knowledge We were green and consequently we were placed un the freshmen class lt was best suuted for our needs At the first class meetung we elected Douglas Barnett for presudent Jeanette Baxter and oan Aylward were elected vuce presudent and sec retary treasurer respectlvely The football season lured practucally a full team of frosh Several of our number also reported for basketball and later for baseball Wxllus Haase won a letter un baseball Funally the first year passed and une then vacatuon As we entered our second year of hugh school we began to feel that we were really a part of the hugh school A desure to be un uts actuvutues took hold of us Gordon Malouf Clayton Cumungs H len Chrustofferson and G neva ensen were chosen to lead us The literary socuetues the glee clubs and even the Cub staff found several sophomores taking part un their actuvutues ln athletucs the class of Z8 began to shune Harry lNeu bauer Gordon Malouf and Wllluam Holtz received letters un football The other sports al o saw some of us ont We ccrtaunly cannot forget to mention that the gurls began workung for theur N s ln I926 2 7 we experienced a very successful year Our officers were Gordon Brown presudent Paul G rhardt vuce presudent and Wulda Wilson secretary treasurer The speech plays and the operetta howed some of our dramatuc talent Myron Krueger and Raymond Haaker represented us un debate The Cutuze s Athl tuc Field druve wu h artuly Wullus Haase Paul Gerhardt Harry Neubauer Elmer Radtke George Pratt Ralph Hauser Robert Marty and Gordon Malouf all proved valuable on Neenah s eleven All wuth the exception of Gordon play ed on the gruduron un their mor y ar also ln basketball we were represented by George Pratt Wullu Haase Elmer Radtke ames Ehr gott and Abe Stone as manager These players also represented us on the basketball team thus year which was the mo t successful ba lfetball season that Neenah has ever experuenced Our trackmen were Gordon Brown Paul Gerhardt lrvun Gunther and Manager Neary Paul Ger hardt was captaun of the football team whule Wullus Haase puloted the basketball team Our officers thus vear were Wullus Haase president Luculle Czanne vuce presudent and Dorothy Dunham secretary treasurer Many of our class worked on the Cub durung theur last two years of hugh school Douglas Barnett Paul Gerhardt Myron Krueger Harry Neubauer loan Aylward Eleanor Eberleun Dora Knudson Esther Peterson Helen Hal.ser Harvey lorgensen and Frederuck Herruck were on the staff ln short thus I the hustory of the Class of 28 Many thungs could have been added to thu hvstory but we had to guve only the hugh spots of our hugh school lufe The detauls wull remaun cherushed memories to Commencement approaches and now we must wrute finus to our hugh school careers Pg Eght uf I J . i ' . ' ' . J , - ' . . . . . . . , 1 . I n - vs I S 1 v n F 6 I supported by the Juniors! and the fellows displayed athletic ability. . ' 'S , J . - A os . - T g ' . ' us. I . .. . .. : In ua e i een - I 5 5 5 X T3 Ur Al NF' r 1' f. C I N 4 J 4 1 THE SGPHQMORE CLASS THE FRESHMEN CLA SS Jn C1lfH11II1T1'11I1II Neenah h1 h school was very unfortunate rn losln one of lts foremost m e m b e r s Ernest Schmldt son of Mr Wllllam Schmidt 149 Fourth Avenue shortly before school opened He had entered the sophomore class of Neenah hlgh school from Ap pleton hxgh school on November Z6 He was an all round fellow a good student and a promlsxn athlete haxmg won hrs N track Hrs loss rs deeply felt by the entlre school I I I T Q I ' 1 Q I1 s .0 '51 O A 3 1 , . y av A a ' y , 2' . . .. T.. . , f g . ln 'ago "won yf 'wo THE N CLUB Any boy who has been awarded the officlal N for participating in any one of the schools major sports IS eligible for membership in the N club an honorary athletlc organization This year the N club has twenty six active members The officers of the club are Wlllls Haase presldent Harry Neubauer vice presl dent and Paul Cerhardt secretary and treasurer The purpose of the club IS to asslst in the sponsoring of school and school coach suggested and directed the formation of the N club in I920 Since a few of the school regulations have been changed it was nec essary to reconstruct the N club constitution at the beginning of the present school term The abandoning of lnltlatlons was one of the changes therefore any boy winning an N automatically becomes an N club member without bemg initiated The members also voted to make the N club strictly an honorary orgamzation and to abandon the system of regular meetings for a few meetings which are held only on important occasions Page Twenty Four n U "' CC 37 especially athletic activities. Coach A. C. Denny, former Neenah high .5 of '2 GIRI S ATHLETIC ASSUCIATION One of the mo t Important events of the year was the reorganlzatnon of the Gxrls Athletlc Assoclatxon G A A The officers of the G A A are as follows presndent Sabma Shea vxce president Mane Webster secretarv Manan Brac-mer treasurer Helen Burr and Helen Hauser recorder of the points whlch are handed m by the glrls toward their Ns The girls have done much smce the organlzatlon of the C A A Several hikes were planned and held all of whnch w re attended by a large number of gurls The members of the G A A sold candy bars and Eskimo ples at the ba ke ball games The gurls al o entertamed the basketball quad at the annual basketball banquet The pep meet mg for the Neenah Mena ha football game was sponsored by the Curl-1 Athletic Association The gnrls plan to continue this organization A the last rreetmg for the ycar held ln une next year s officers wnll be Srrall and lVl1ss Dorothy Verrxer Page Twenty Fnve 7 ' ' ' ' ' Q . . J. . elected. The G. A. A. has been sponsored this year by Miss Katherine up Er THE PHILOMATI-IEA SCCIETY ln I925 a few active tudents formed what is now called the Philo mathea society At this time there were twenty three charter members Today there are thirty act-ve members The purpose of the organization is to create a more fraternal feeling among the students to promote literary work and to give competition day of each month during the year. Talks debates mock trials plays and stunts were given The officers for this year were: Kenneth Kitchen grand councilor' Laura Fahrenkrug vice councilor' and Jeanette Bessex scribe and quester. Mr. ohn Holzman acted as faculty advisor for the society. The Philomatheans were slow in getting started this year but later picked up and at the erd of the y. ar were traveling at top speed. Severe competition was given to the Forensics. ln the contest for the cup the Philomatheans presented the play The Fourteenth Hour. This was very successful and lost to the Forensics only by a narrrow margin. They will probably take part in two other contests after this goes to press and are striving to become ever victoriouS over the Forenscis. Page Twenty-Si! . H to the Forensics. Meetings were held the second and fourth Wednes- J THE FCREN SIC SOCIETY The Forensic Society was organized m 1925 under the leadership of Miss Blanche Buck This year has been an exceptionally busy one for the society both in were held twice a month a business meeting was usually followed by an interesting program The socletv also held two matinee dances during the year The officers for the first semester were Ruth Sawyer president and Alfred Reetz secretary treasurer New officers elected for the s cond semester were as follows Beryl Watts president Mane Fuechsel vice president and Ruth Sawyer secretary treasurer The faculty ad visor for the society was Miss lrene Espeseth The Forensics held several contests with the Philomatheans during the year They won the first of these by their presentation on April I8 of the play The Cousin from Coon Ridge This was to be followed by a mock trial and some type of speaking contest The winner of the majority of these conte ts received a silver lovmg cup The Forensics planned to conclude the season with a picnic - - I Page Twenty Seven I I Q ,. QQ outside activities and within the organization. At the meetings which I I I GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Girls Crlee Club under the dlrectlon of Miss Kathenne ones has had a very successful year The Glee Club meets every Monday from 3 45 to 4 30 For the first fifteen mmutes of each meetmg thls year the glrls were entertamed by vanous members of the glee club who had been appomted the week prevlous Thls proved extremely mterestmg and was of value because lt revealed hldden talen m new members as well as old The officers chosen for thls year were eanette Schmerem presldent Grace Gruenwald vrce presldent Bernlce Boreson secretary and M11 dred ohnson llbrarlan Although the Clee Club IS larger this year more regular attendance has been shown than ever before Sixty gurls are taking glee club Al most every glrl took part m the Operetta The Pxrate s Daughter glven March 6 and 7 ln the hlgh school auditorium The gurls have also taken part rn various programs glven before the students Page Twenty Elglll 1 . . . ' . . . . J 1 . J . y . : J Y . . . I w A A A I V I' I if M ' . 1 ' ' l All V L A ll t I f H ,x 1 ' L ll l ff l 4 f I 1 L L f L W y ll If ' ' v ' A F3 , l -I , 'L : H+ A A A If fl C I' I If-1 ' s, 1 3' BUYS GLEE CLUB lhe Boys Clee Club whnch has met practncally every Wednesday afternoon of the school term has been a decld d success thxs year The boys participated xn various programs and nearly all of them took part ln the operetta The Plrate s Daughter glven March 6 and 7 ln the hlgh school auditorium The Glee Club was orgamzecl early m the school year at whlch tlme the following ofhcers were elected Abe Stone presldent Gerald Ctecker vlce presxdent Phlllp Hahl secretary and Harvey orgenson lnbr nan These officers have ably performed thexr clutxes during the year Under the dxrectxon of Mnss Katherme ones the Glee Club proved very mtere tlng and the boys undoubtedly enjoyed the work whlch was proved by the fact that such a large number attended regularly durmg the entlre year Pa ge Twenty Nlne - . . . v . 0 . 9 N' I , , . . .. . . .. . 1 n - 1 l ., , , , , ,l , 3. . 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' gf . ei ' il - ' ll ' - I 5' ' ' . . is , fu L f. 1: - . El ' ' . ' ' ll . ' ' ' Sf ' xl ' , fl - - 4.4 v , - - ' . ig I . , cn 5 . . ' 'E ii N . i i -4 . :r - - - 2' - ' ' . .E sg - ' ' - 0 a' . 'fl 23 w 1 . E' . cn . 1 . ii E' . ' X1 ' 5 - ' 5 1 L . - cn 1 n is I I I I - 7 ..p3L..?..13 9. HELLO WEEK The two senior English classes gave a series of six parties for the freshmen, sophomore, and junior English classes, preparatory to "Hello Week," held during the week of March 26 to 30. These parties had two purposes: first, that the students might be- come better acquaintedg and second, that the studentS and teachers might become better acquainted. When "Hello Week" came, the seniors believed the students to be quite well acquainted and that "Hello Week" would be a big success. Each society in school was given one day of the week of which to have charge. The English classes set a good example on Monday by pass- ing out red and white tags on which the pupils were to write their names, and by having Leo Schubert give us an interesting talk on the possible benefits of "Hello Week.' Wednesday was Philo day and the Phxlomatheans also distributed tags on which were wr tten Philo says Hello The other societies had no special programs or novelties for their days Somehow or other H llo Week was not as successful a t should have been but the senior English cla ses deserve a lot of credit for giving the series of parties which did a great deal toward getting the students acquainted THE EXHIBIT The industrial Arts and Domestic Science Exhibit took place on the afternoons and evening of Thursday Friday and Saturday May 24 25 and 26 The object of the exhibit was to gather together those projects that had been made during the year In these departments and to present them before the public in an attractive manner This afforded tne public a sort of birdseye view of what is being done in these depart ments There was a great variety of work shown and individual pro yects showed ingenious endeavor and painstaking effort The work Shown ranged from the First grade on through the high school vocational and evening school work Considerable effort was made by the t achers and students to make 'he exhibit attractive and worth while for the public to see Admission was free to the public and all were cordially invited to vlew and inspect 'he work of the students which proved to be both in terestmg and educational ,mm ,, as 'ffllfu' TZ"l'-Jie: " NG' ' iff' ff R 7E.',I'JLZ' .Zi-' J- ,-if ef -. . 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W- . .. .' , . q- .......4q,,,,h, NEENAH S DEBA1 E SEASON After enyoymg an unusually successful season the Neenah hugh school debate team won the rlght to enter the sem: finals m this dlstrlct The affirmatlve team composed of Laura Fahrenkrug Kenneth Kxtchen and Myron Krueger won all but the Antlgo debate which took place ln the semi fmal frame They defeated such old nvals as New London and Waupaca by 3 0 declsnons The negative team wnth Ruth Sawyer Ednth Schneller and Howard Kellet also were able to down such strong teams as Edgar and Omro suffermg thelr only defeat at the hands of Sturgeon Bay The alternates ohn Hewitt and Raymond l-laaker are to be praised for thexr perslstency throughout the seaSon they were always to be de pended upon Perhaps however this order should be reversed The coaches Miss Buck and Mr Holzman should recelve first attentlon for without thelr efforts the season would never have been the succeSs lt proved to be and then too Harold Schuman was one of the most capable managers the Neenah hlgh school ever had as an ard to her debate teams Page Thxrty Three , Q 9 v 1 1 1 o 1 . . . . . , . , - 1 v - 1 - 1 1 Page Thxrty four P-4 T0 eb o -QC td .U u U M I' enry rca UCI' har es b a Jensen e p ays The speech class presented three one-act plays in the Personnel: MTS- Brent' Lucille Ozannei MY- Brent- ig S hoo' al, i i Feb 4. .l Neu a 9 H- , A en Plat :Aunt Marguerite, he first play was a clever pantomine in bla rug' h .3 Ma I ' bg L F0 dz Pho, e' D , white called, ulntc the Now ere." t' u am' 3 -lemme' , 0' ' Lucllle . . . O ls play. he second plav was an mterestmg tragxc-comedy. I The t ir lay, "A Matter o Choice," was a modern All 0 th b f th h C1339 t00k Part In comedy w ic score bi it. Th ollowing is the th l . C M 'x and ck ary TU 0l'l Ol' UID t c d -Cl- .c U1 Dub hy orot d C C A -C. zanne was stage manager for th P- e speec 0 U1 CTS ITIC f e I-A-4 O 'NA- -C DD CC 'U Q..-C "CJ: .-C Page Thirty Five PERETT THE 5-but ti Ps U .C O .C NO G 'U C K5 .M 0 by 0 .C 'U C KU NO 0 H KU L' O 5 0 VJ in 'U U D. 'U 0 'U Q ln 0 0 J-1 U .C bu .C .C IS a haracte '-A-u 'U 'U SL-1 O 0 -C- cl o d rected of CYS f VJ rn .-D O 0 U 0 .M 0-C -C U hs U C GS U-P th yn h use part Qu t for ts success ed N A 4 A. ee-. e A -, 4 4 A ver re listie operetta was given by the members o the scene three hundred years and the story continued in th Boys' an Gi l ' Gl e Cl bs M h 7 int e L cl n irk, Holl i I 36. The last act, w i r - Neena i s ool auditorium. turned to th V n Der Me home in l92 , en ha - T legend ol Hollan , entitled "The Pirate's pily or all the c . aughterf' consisted o three acts. T first act, a mocl- Th horus consisted o memlo the Boys' an rn o i e D Me r ome. too place Girls' Cl Clu . Mi s Katherine jones, wh i in Am i . n the secon a . . i b i ch cr i i . IDU VCD eg 0 St operetta the ed I'CCf'd HIICCI' CYOITL he 3 ct d I Ca Cl' 'A sa l I H1-'HiYM!QiL'SZC'Z:LJ62'-23F zM'3WKl5ih."1SlK"i'!f6?f6:7fA?iJ'x7F5Ini'S-5iIl3a'R!Gx'V5f?0S?E'vR!'F?4'S?fC'3f7fi"'-' " Tm iff CLASS PLAY The Youngest a three act play by Phlllp Barry was presented by the l928 graduatmg class at the Neenah Theatre May I8 The cast of characters IS as follows Mrs W1nSlow Geneva ensen Ollver Douglas Barnett Allen George Pratt Augusta oan Aylward Rnchard Wlllls Haase Nancy Lucille Ozanne Muff Dorothy Dunham Katie Wnlda Wllsoxl e plot of the play centers around the efforts of the youngest child Rlchard an author to lrve his own llfe agamst the famxlys w1sheS Ollver IS the accepted head of the family and Mark Mrs Wmslow and Augu ta usually rollow flla l acl Muir ympathlzes with Rlchard and Allen the brother m law does al o Nancy a guest at the Wmslow home alds Rlchard to get the uppre hand ln the household Rlchard finally shows that he IS compelext to manage hls own and the family s affalrs There were some very good comedy parts esp clally where Rxchard turns the tables on the famxly The play was xery well presented and succeeded ln pleasing a large audience Mass Ruth Dneckhoff head of the speech department dnrcct ed the play KSI7lnu..4fLKD'k rits P Q., Th rly x 'T 'ki' 'Chilli Pla 'vrusa-X 1'V!"1f uv 'i!'l"" ,l if i 1 I I ' S . I I M 5' l 95 I ' L ' ' - r . . F E . Q I . . 3 i Q . ' 4 1. .I -. ' ' I I ' - ' I ' : L . - ' . . . - . H . ' ' I . , ' ' , sz . I , . . I I I . . i, ' 1 , ' . I . I . . Q 'L ' . - . Q ' ' . . m I 1 . , - - - . I , - - 4 Q2 .W ' - ' Q j - . - I j it f,, Q . . . , I j . . in . I Q I , . . I I . . -' 5 rn -- n . . . ' . i . . : . . ' ' ' I ' - ' I I ' 5' , M ' - Q-L . I 21 . 'U ' EZ 7 ' fu . E: 3' 1- . - . ' ' ' : F. rn ., . 0 I . -I I. QQ . . ei ' ' - ' si ,- I 3: U Q - , Q4 'ii :s U I P " ' ' 4"1J.-".- . , f lk L ' ix. ' 'iv A , fi' 4s.,':'- . 4 '4 4. L 'J I I.. 'Elia TIZZPJVT ' "fI5'. "" T',1'TI'f2' .' "1.' jf " " ' " If -' ' ' " YJ! THE STAFF As we look over the Cubs issued thus year we reallze that the Cub has grown from the experlmental stage to one of a more standard type of school paper Durmg xts Hrst three years of exlstence many expert ments have been made but thus year the fourth year has seen few changes The Cub has not reached perfectlon but the staff believe they have a paper whnch ranks as hugh as other hrgh school papers This year a dehnlte platform was upheld by the paper The need of the planned new hlgh school was brought to the minds of the readers by showmg the crowded condltlons of the present buxldmg Student representation m co trollmg actxvxtles and a more courteous attltucle on the part of the students were the other planks ln our platform The Central lnterscholastlc Press Assoclatlon held its conventlon at Madison Twelve members of the staff attended Many valuable pointers on newspaper work were recexved which helped to better the Cub The work on a hugh school paper IS very valuable Because a student s artncles are put mto prmt he IS more accurate and pamstakmg than he otherwlse would be Every member of the staff has enjoyed hls work besldes recelvmg valuable trammg from xt z "' Pa ge Thirty Seven ' I I .x .t - . gl YE 53 K 4. 2' 1. 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Y . - v G4 f. 2 6 I l MM!W ' JE THE COACH Coach Ole lorgensen came to Neenah hugh school ln the fall of l926 After bemg coach at the Roosevelt Junior hlgh school of Appleton for a year he resigned his posltlon to take charge of boys athletics ln our school Several years ago our coach was studying ln the same class rooms m whlch we are now strlvlng for an educa txon Coach had an exceptional record as an athlete while attending Neenah hgh school He played foot ball and basketball and was on the track team during his hrgh school days The best hrgh Jumper who ever whlch our coach clalms and the record which he made n this event strll stands After graduating from hlgh school Mr lorgensen en olled ln the La Crosse Normal School Here he made Wnotlrer exceptlonal record as an athlete H was on the football basketball and track teams lorg nsen vas captan of the basketball team at thxs Institution urmg his senlor year Thls year a very successful basketball season over xadowed a disastrous football season Track which was re Introduced by our coach last year as the major Jrmg sport IS having a successful season 3!5.WJRR9Sfsu1 -...fE'2"Lll'lll.'11"...-r.? 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Neubauer, Haase, Schneller, Marty, R. Hauser, Radtlce, and Pratt. Long hard practices were held the first few weeks in order to get the players in condition for the first game. On October l the Neenah gridders played their first game, battling the St. Peter's high school of Oshkosh to a 0 to 0 tie. The game was played on the "Green", which was in a muddy and slippery condition. ln previous years the alumni team had always been the first opponent of the Reds, but this year that custom was abolished. On October the Neenah team journeyed to Oconto Falls and suffered a 36 to 0 defeat at the hands of the strong high school aggregation from that city. This was Neenah's first Northeastern NX'isconSin lnterscholasic conference game. Fighting spirit was a missing element in the Neenah team. Many subs were used, and they all gave creditable showings. Page Thirty-Nine On the followlng Saturday the Neenah team played its first game on CltlZCDS Athletic Field loslng a hard fought battle to the strong Stur geon Bay team by a 6 to 0 score The dedlcatlon game was character lzed by sportsmanlllce battlmg on the part of both teams The Neenah warrlors outplayed the vlsltors ln the first half but Sturgeon Bay came back strong ln the third quarter an opposxng backheld man mtercepted a pass and ran 50 yards for a touchdown The tacklmg and blocking of the Neenah team was greatly lmproved and the line and backfield showed more dnve The Neenah team traveled to Kaukauna on October 72 and recelved nts thlrd conference defeat of the season by a 31 to 0 score The Reds were mmus the flghtmg Splflt which they had shown the week before and as a result put on a poor exhlbxtlon of football Only a few regulars started the game and Kaukauna scored wxthm two mmutes after plav had started The regulars were shifted mto the fracas but the Gal lopxng Ghosts evaded them as easlly as they had the subs On October 29 the Reds mvaded Shawano and recelv d another set back this time by a Score of 24 to O The red clad warrxors were vlrtually walked upon durmg the fnrst three quarters of the game but they finally woke up nn the last quarter and showed some play whxch resembled football Neenah lost its fourth consecutlve conference ame by a score of I2 to 9 to Two Rivers on November 5 The game was plaved on Cltlzens Athletic Fneld ln the first few mmutes of play a Two RIVCYS man was downed behmd his own goal and the Reds made their first score of the season The first half ended 2 to 0 ln favor of Neenah Two Rrvers pulled a long pass on the first play ln the second half and scored a touch down A few mmutes later they Scored agam ln the last quarter Radtke pxcked up a fumble and made Neenah s first and onlv touch down of the season On the followlng Saturdav the Neenah Menasha teams battled on Citizens Athletic Field wlth Menasha emerging vlctorlous bv a I9 to 0 score It was Menasha s first victory over Neenah m football m twenty one years The Reds were enabled by determxnatxon and fight to hold the su pernor opponents scoreless In the first half The Neenah team weak ened by the play could not ston the Menasha players durmg the third quarter and the Blues scored two touchdowns Menasha scored sux pomts rn the final Quarter Menasha surely dxd have the best team and deserved the victory Many lettermen wlll be lo t by graduation but the prospects for H faxr team next year are favorable Page Forty .. s . . - 1 s u . . u . n . 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O. . . . . v - . . , . 9 . l ,. . 3 5 I THE BASKETBALL SEASCDN When the caII was issued for basketball candldates ln the Iatter part of November thlrty ambrtlous athletes reported for the first practice at the Roosevelt gym Among thxs number was the remarkably good nucleus of five Iettermen Capt Haase Schneller ohnson Radtlte and Pratt around which Coach Ole Jorgenson could build a Neenah High champlonshlp team After a week of practrce the squad was cut to enghteen of whlch number all stayed out for practlce the entlre season After a few weeks of practice the promlsmg Neenah team won its first game defeating the alumnl I3 to 9 on December I6 at the Roose veIt gym This vlctory was qulte a feat slnce the aIumn1 team was composed of a galaxy of former stars The following Wednesday December 20 the Reds pIayln0' on their home Hoor took the strong Shawano team Into camp by a 20 to 21 score The Neenah team traveled to Appleton on Friday December 23 and defeated the Orangemen 20 to I5 On anuary 6 the Reds journeyed to Two Rivers and Iost an evenly matched ame I6 to I4 Neenah led durlng the entlre game unt1I a basket rn the Iast second of play gave Two Rlvers the victory Neenah traveled to Glllett and Qaxned lts s cond conference vlctory 28 to I8 on Frlday anuary I3 The regulars were held ln reserve for the Rlpon game the followmg mght Plavmg m the Roosevelt Gym the Reds easily defeated the Ripon team 20 to I4 thus avenging the defeat recelved from RIPOD Iast year Forglng ahead ln the Final nuarter after tralllng bv a few points dur mg most of tl'-e gance the Reds d feared Appleton I8 to 20 ln an ex .ry gba!-BBXBZW iz :'i'CR"'3'l.EY7l"' -JT'-zonal P I' ly On I I L , - . , , . 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' age - or - Q- citing tilt at the S A Cook Armory on Saturday aunary 2l This was the first time in history that the Neenah team has defeated Appleton twice in the same year ln the first yearly lnter city basketball tilt Neenah overwhelmed Menasha 31 to I6 on the S A Cook Armory floor anuary 27 On February 3 the Neenah team added another game to its long string of victories by defeating Sturgeon Bay on its home floor 3l to 26 in a conference tussle Neenah defeated Kaukauna 25 to 9 at the Electric City on February I0 The Reds again overwhelmed the bat tlmg Kaukauna team at the Roosevelt gym on March I 7 this time by a 35 to I7 score Menasha hugh basketball team went down ln defeat 28 to I7 ln the second lnter cxty battle on Friday evening February 24 The Red basketeers playing one of the most inconsistent games of the season added another victory by defeating West DePere 34 to 25 at the Roose velt gym on Fnd xy March 2 The Neenah aggregation went to West Depere on March 9 and after belng on the short end of an I8 to S score at the half defeated the W Depere team 24 to 20 to win undis puted claim of the champlonshlp of the Northeastern Wisconsin lnter Scholastic Conference The Neenah high school team did not meet much competition ln the Menasha drstrlct tournament easily defeating its opponents to win the championship The Reds won their first tournament game on Thurs day afternoon March IJ defeating Ripon 25 to I6 Neenah surmount ed its second district tourney barrier and defeated West DePere by the lopsided score of 30 to I0 on the following evening Lomlra proved to be no match for the tall Neenah team in the finaly game of the tourney the Reds finding the hoop with regularity to win easily 50 to 21 B sides winning the trophy for first place Neenah also won the banner for the best all around team in the toumament Captain Haase Schneller and Johnson were all placed on the first all district team ohn Schneller was awarded the banner for being the best all around player in the tourney Neenah played in the state tournament at Madison on March 78 29 30 and 31 losing one game and winning four to win third place which is remarkable considering that sixteen teams were entered. Al- though picked to overwhelm East DePere the Reds barely escaped be- ing eliminated in the first round of the state tournament winning I2 to I I on the first afternoon. The next night the Reds were picked to lose to La Crosse but they upset the dope and won by a 29 to 23 score. Madison Central played superb ball and defeated Neenah 25 to I5 'n the semi-finals after the Neenah team had gotten off to a good start which looked as if it were again going to upset the dope. Neenah de- feated Wausau in an exciting game the following morning 25 to 23 and gained the right to play Stevens Point for third place honors. Stevens Point outscored Neenah in the last half but could not overcome the I8 to I lead that th. Reds had gained the first half. so the Pointers had to go home on the short end of a 24 to I 3 count. Schneller was named center on the first all-state team. Page Forty-Two I V ll I I . . ,J . .J - 1 , . 1 . u . . n .. 1 - ' - 1 1 I 1 1 ' 1, . y . 1 r . . 1 1 ' ' A 1 , . C' ' v 1 v -9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l , A 1 1 F - I I I I 'I I I THE TRACK SEASON The track team of l927 had a successful track season Although this was the first year smce I922 that Neenah hugh school had a track team some very good maternal was unearthed Gordon Brown was captam of the tracksters The seniors won the class meet Wrlghtstown won a close dual meet here 60 2 3 to 56 I 3 on May 7 Neenah won fifth place ln the conference meet held t Depere on May I4 At thrs meet Adelbert Blank placed first ln the 220 yard dash Bull Stacker second ln the 440 yard dash Paul Gerhardt second m the 880 yard run Captain Brown third rn the 220 yard low hurdles and lrvm Gunther thlrd ln the 880 yard run Bull Stacker leads thls year s track team As thxs annual had gone to press before any of the l928 meets were held none of the results can be glven The meets thus year are May 5 Kaukauna May I2 Confer ence meet May I9 Lawrence mvrtatnon meet May 26 open une 2 class meet PgFty an I , . ' . I - - I . 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I 'U 1 0 a e or -Three DEDICATIGN QE CITIZENS ATHLETIC FIELD Neenah hrgh school held a very successful week end of events Octo ber I4 and I5 when the new Cltlzens Athletrc l'leld donated by the crtxzens was dedicated The frollc began with an assembly on Frl day afternoon contlnued wnth a parade and bonfire ln the evemng reach ed its helght wlth the Sturgeon Bay Neenah football game on Saturday and was frttmgly clrmaxed wlth a dance rn the evemng The field was ofhcxally presented to the board of education between the halves of the ame Dr G N Pratt charrman of the KIWBHIS com mxttee whxch sponsored the drive for the freld presented the field to Neenah hrgh school 1n behalf of the cltxzens merchants and manufac turers Henry Nlortenson member of the board of education accepted the field ln behalf of the hrgh school On Fnday afternoon an assembly was held m the hugh school Fach class gave a clever stunt ln the evemng a pep parade was held The parade marched through the bu mess dnstrlct and gave peppy yells at xntervals The Green the old battle ground of many a football game was the scene of a huge bonfire As the last embers of the Ere dled away the excited students gradually left the scene to be ready for the lmportant events of the next day Early Saturday mornxng the varlous departments of the school be gan working on their float whlch took part 1n the float parade at I2 30 p m Thls was the first float parade ever sponsored by Neenah hugh school and rt was a great success A band whxch had been hxred bv the Klwanrs Club furnished music for the parade and also at the game The eleven plavers who represented Neenah on the grldlron that day had Frght They had real football fight Sturgeon Bav brought a team that was equal to the Reds and a good game followed Sturgeon Bav received the ball on the kick off but lost lt on downs Neenah re nt went all through the g me Neither team had the advantage both recerved the ball and then lost It agam on downs Then the decrdlng moment came Neenah threw a pass a Sturgeon Bay man intercepted rt broke away and ran 50 yards for the wlnnmg touchdown when the final whlstle blew six pomts eparated INeenah from victory But the dedlcatxon was a great sucre s for the team fought and played falrly May the future team that play on that ground carry on that Splflt of sportsmanship wmlch dedxcat d th CIIIZGHS Athle IC Field EGU NUM TUURNAMENT The Fou Nom basketball tournament was played durmg the last week of March This tournam nt for non lettermen was won by the Pretzel Benders captamed by Lobert Bell Lenny Neubauers Hot Dogs were close contenders wmnmg second place Over one hundred and fifty boys partlcxpated m this tournament This was the largest and best turn out smce the beginning of th Fou Nom league which was started several years ago Many tudents witnessed the e after hool games whxch were held ln the hxgh school gym Iftl ll I 3 , , 1 ' - - 4 , g . . . . , ' ' ' - I 9 - v K H Y K S. . . . . S . . : . , - , . . - , . u - cenved the ball and marched to within 25 yards of a touchdown, and so a . 9 . l , . . 7 . ' . . S , h . . . . I S y v i - S Q . . . I . ' . A A S . . . a t. . ' 5 I . . . . . . 3 .. s ' . .s sr , ' ' g I ll ' 'age -or y- -'our CLASS TOURNAMENT Soon after the football season clo ed the class baskeball tournament was held ln the hrgh school gym The seniors won this tournament by defeatxng the JUDIOIS ln the final game of the series The sophomores took third place whxle the freshmen brought up the rear A Ietterman coached each one of these teams The wmners had the name of thelr class and date engraved on the Anspach trophy whlch was presented to the school for thls purpose ICE CARNIVAL Although It was held on one of the coldest days of the wmter the lce carnival was well attended as far as the partlclpants were concerned Medals were given for placmg fi st and ribbons for se ond and third 50 Yard Dash anet Glllmgham hrst Eleanor Kuehl second l00 Yard Dash Marlon Bra mer hr t H nrletta Kraus second 440 Yard Race Marlon Braemer first Henrietta Krau e second Relay Sophomores hrst Freshmen econd GIRLS ATHLETICS Hand football was ln roduced for he first :me as a tournament game thns year 'I he mne o clock gym class won hrst m a final game with the jumor senlor team Pl xyers IVI Braemer captain E. Rasmussen H Burr E. I'oth H Staffeld E Knaggs IVI Flolverson K Levrck 'VI Durham IVI Slelaff A Ralche ard A Fink Pm ball IS another new game tried out this year The tournament proved excltlng throughout the ll I5 class wmnmg ln a final game fu' t ba e L Lar on econd ba e E. Klutz third base B Chrx tens n short D Brown Iaort M Marty left fi ld IVI lVI1eIL center fi ld 'VI Han en fl hr field F Peterson The ophomore won fir t rn ba ketball th s yedr freshmen second Jurxors th rd and en ors fourth The wlnnlng t am con lsted of rorwards H Burr I., Larson and I: Ra mussen cent r IVI Braemer guards P Hart IVI S1 I ff and H Krause Cther tournaments f xrl vw re volley ball and baseball P g, t 5 r 5 u , - ' ' r ' . c '- ' . -J ' A , 1 - , . l . ' Q ' 3 . Q M 1 -1 w -' -n - , - , 3 . s , . ' ' y I y S - 'l' 'N ' I L In ' ' - ' . 2 : . -, , ' Q . , . - , . , . , . , . 1 , . , . , A against the 9:45 class. Playersi Pitch, H. Krause: catch, H. Porath, s s , . s 4 s . s , . Z ' , . 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I! 3,- are For y-Five ATHLETICS Athletics have begun to play an lmportant part ln the lves of the Americans Athletics here athlet cs there we hear and s e so mucx about athletics that one must s op and wonder Just what the results or the benefits are The other day l happened to be at one of the grade schools and l watched a gym class Flh t rs the fifth grade gxrls were playnng a gam of baseball Well those llttle girls surely could play ball At the um versxtxes the gurls have thelr field days and other athletlc events The point of xt 18 that the gurls must also be Included when we are spewkmg about athletlcs The benefits of thus physlcal exercxs rray be class d u'1der two gen eral heads physlcal nd mental ln dl cussmg the physxcal benefits the buxldmg of a sound body IS e sentnal Probably a lttle dlsagreement wlll result ln consldermg the mental beneflts that as those thmrs that develop quick thmklng and so for h because that t ll IS a much debated question While vls tmg a friend the other day l drifted mto a discussion about athletics Athletlcs certamly have dev loped ohnny sald his mother l remember how thm and lanky he u ed to be As a matter of fact when ohn Schnell r came mto this hwh school as a frosh he was a lanky youth of about IZO pounds He lmme cllat ly went ln for athletics and row he IS a st o'xg heal hy youth wexghmg approximately ISO pounds tlonal career for a hugh school 'xthlete but there are many other boy ln our hngh school who have bull up thelr bodl s through a hle xcs Our fathers also had then' athletics wh ch gave tmem phv xcal exer c se Of cour e they dnd not haxe a football to chase around on a gr cl xron Many of them played baseball and all of th m had a large wood mle upon whlch to let loose their ambltlon The modern convenlences have clone away wxth the wood pile and the cow whl h had to be e corted home from a pasture every mght and m thexr place have come the athletics Mary IS the father who SITS on the s delmes wa ching his bcy plav and who w shes that he could have been playing llke that ln his youth Although physical benefits are an accepted result a lnttl more drf ference of omnlon prevails as to athletics bemg a factor 1n developing character Many psychologvsts mamtam that th character or the traits developed throuch athletics do not carry over to later llfe Yet even lf we are not lh the best posxtxon to Judge we know from our own per onal expenence that athletics help to develop character The ambxtxon that makes you go out for the team and the competxtxon that you re CCIVP wxll undoubtedly ard you ln later lxfe Then there IS the team work and the sportsman hlp all of these become a part of your char acter It 18 hard to state Ju t exactlv the part athletics play ln bulldmg your character but any athlete wxll tell you that there IS a Growth due to them The Editor g l' rty 1 I 1 , ' . . 5 ' . 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" " W' s.. .zu LINDBERGH ON WOOLLEY Although It was hardly hls favor lte book Charles A Llndbergh was well acquamted wlth Woolley s Hand book of C0mp0Sltl0n The following satlrlcal sketch, wrltten whlle he was a student at the Unlverslty of Wls consm, wlll, we belleve, make you chuckle St Peter was not ln a charltable mood Uurlng the hours of an earth mormng spent ln vlselng passports to the celestlal realms, far too large a percentage of the credentlals had been lackmg m mmor p0lhtS and had rcquxred careful xnsoectlon Came a mortal applying for admxs slon Your former occupatlonl ques tloned the salnt I was an Amer :can clelgyman, replled the mhabl t nt of tue earth Um mused Peter From the Ulllt d States? Even so Your llvlng was Precarlous I d1d not survlve Your passport please The mlmster handed h1m a wexghty document, carefully typed St Pet er frowned, for the task of readmg the manuscrlpt was not to hls llklng Was thls wrltten by some htera y synd1cate" he asked No I wrote It myself The credentlal began I have been a good true and falthful servant You have omltted the comma ln the serles of the form a b, and c crltlclzed the saint I am 40 years old protested the other In my day such punctuatl was correct We are progresslve, snapped St Peter Everythlng wxthln our Juris fllCtl0Il IQ entxrely up to date He contlnued readmg My rela tlons w1th the proflteers and grafters were problematlcal Fntlre lack of coherence, assert cd the samt If It please your salntshlp th LOIltlltlOllS themselves were mcoher fnt lmposslble of solutlon No matter It was vour business to clear them up For a few mlnutes he read In 91 lerce then 6YCl3lm9ll Bromldlcl Not even chlorme tinted You have written I have en de nvored always to see myself as ff ers see me That IQ as olc a time But protested the mortal there IS nothlng new under the snn How am I to dX0ld old mater1al" You are obllged to see things from a oxfferent angle, to seek a new pomt of VICW, as It were, replled St Peter condescendlngly Glacmg over the closely prlnted sheets, wlth all possxble speed, he came unexpectedly upon the sentence The questlon of mherent rlght and whlch I had expounded for weeks was stlll a puzzle to them St Peter mopped the perspnratlor which oozed beneath his halo See Woolley 221B he snarl d I am not acqualnted with M Woolley, explalned the mortal meek No matter, retorted the salnt You ought to be The book IS f sale by the D C Heath Company, Boston, New York, and Chicago, and s used by manv lnstructors of note Followed silence for half an hour whlle the shadows lengthened beyond the golden portals Now and then the m1n1ste1 caught gllmpses of the hap py throng Wltllln, and heard falnt sweet melodles from dlstant harps He pondered He knew that hls work on earth had been well done But so confident had he been of havmg earned hls everlastlng reward that he paid llttle attentlon to the gram matlcal form of hls passport al though he had ver fled every detall of ltS substances Now as he watch ed Heavens doorkeeper h1s doubts ac umulated Perhaps ln splte of a hfe filled wlth good works he would be found wanting Some excellent tour-hes mur mured the salnt Good atmosphere Agaln sllenc whlle the saxnt fin shed the last page then wlth a slgh lster Slowlv shaklng h1s head he gave the X9I'dlCt A plty to permlt so manv mmor tc-chnlcal errors to bar good materlal from external C0Wlm9hfl3tl0D You are not nermltted to pass on Bewlldered but reb lllous the mor tal began hls dr-w ward 1ournew And to thmk lm hr rlr-d back 'lt qt Peter 'that mr bv- 'her IG a p o fe sor of Fngllsh at Yale Another cas F I answ rf-fl 'he salnt where practical help from oves relatives relches the vamshmy, pomt Cop at 2 A M Hey you w mt e you Cllmbln ln through the wm dew for" Blll Rather ' ll rght I 'c emvd s wlhcd the hxlvsn floor fhlcl Page Fortv Fight H . 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"Th ' LHP: my Mt of ll hm tel wimlaxw 1 NI the- st 'ing' sl R Fate Hope Charlty If you krss she calls If you k1SS she calls If you k1s she calls a young glrl It fate a marrled woman It hope an old mald It charltv Brother Blllle Now you see our brother B1l11e Oh lsr t he a hummer'7 Hes not as dumb as you would thrnk Hes just a l1ttle dumber Brother B1l11e such a shelk Brllve was a dandy Knew the musxc and could step And w1th the gllls was handy Now B llle took a glrl to dance They dlllnt do the Charleston But they hugged and waltzed to fiddle Qtlfk T111 early IH the mornm Then mv brother took her home And then she was hrs darlmg On the 11th of Aplrl they were w And now she s Brllre s wrfe lnstead of Brllles darlmg' George Robrnson ed Thats a fine prcture you pamted there, voung fellow looks l1ke a Rembrandt Young Artrst I cant help lt lf Rebrandt wanted to copy mv work of art Slnc hey n oh1b1t1nfr Shore Drrce, out whv the placel Returnlng prom p ss d a clty ordlnanfe parklng on the lake Pete Grogan has found Israelltes went out mto t desert It w s to find a par n place for as Pet puts rt a parkrn from the VN rnneconne Dora Noyy Howard keep both hands on the yy heel yy atch where you are drlyrng so you dont run 1n th ditch Howard Kellet fslrght prfilcfrtrcl Fee am I drryrm. I thought you VSPTS lorgy I loyed her once but she m 1de 1 fool out of me Qmoky Made a lastrng. lmnres slon Fh yy hat 'P Ieannette Qchmerern swrars she has neyer been kr sed e f had neyfr e n krss Id svye rr too The Famous Hand A handsome prlnce and a falr prlncess, 'Viet at a ball so grand The handsome prmce to the prrncess Sald I love you oh grye me your hand The prrncess replled I haye grven my hand To a prlnce so handsome and brave Twlll serve you rrght for always trylng' To economlze and saye The prmce then CI'l64l and gaye a leap Out of the wmdow he Jumped He landed on a sword so sharp VS hrch made hrs heart thump thump re fan prmcess srghed and crrfd Oh yvhat a fool was I To let the good prrnce Jump out of Tre yyrndoyv up so hrgh It was nrt lonx., before she dred From wearlness and crylng And so vou see thev both are dead And up to heave1 flvlng Dorothy Brown Customer You Sald thls parrot was worth lts welght 1n gold so far lt hasn t spoken a word Salesman Thats all right you know sxlence IQ golden Perhaps mused the puprl bu at whrch end' Do you know anvone who made 'r brllllant match? Qure, Mrss Hllton has made one Irmmy how mucr rs two and two" Four teacher Nery good Innes I know It thats excellent 'hfltllf' Blank after berng, mnched for NUPf'flll'l1., You cops handle mo tor s's llke moron ' Stllpy Yah' Vle haye to so you ll underst ard us P of fyrey yyas yery much s er ltvd yylth hrs purpl ind Ll lung the lrtter by the '14 he remark e at n 1d1ot there 1 lt the em o thrs tre I L1 llc 'I 'I I i I, Y . Y . 1 1 . Q A 1 W, S . A . 1 ' 5 . U v ' V V . r v . l' -Q ,i Av Y - f 5. 4 Y u , . ., ' - . A 4 ' , , 1 V . . . ' - I l K V . 1 v vi , l n p ' ,S ' . 1 ' Y ' ' l 1 1 , . , .1 -. . . . A y , 1 I . TI' ' 7 K Y , 1 ' ' 4- ' ' - 1 Y . , 1 .V ,l ' 1 V L . Y T .r . ' r , . . . .1 , , V . K , 3 V. V . 1 ' 7 I ' ' ! " -' ' .' 1 f , ' 1 . C ,V . . , . . . - , . . K " 1 9 1 , 1 ' 4 A Y 'a -- . V H ' , ' ' 1 V 1 - 1 - "1T-7- . ,, K. . 41 ' . 14 v ' ' - ' ' ' . , . . , . ' ' Y I' ,g ' ' . 44 v - r Y 1 I 1 ' - nv ' A 1 V 'V 1 . .' V ' . ...L . . . ' ' . ' n u - 41 V. 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Xouxe been on mx feet all the tlmc One xlax to escape death 1 b drovtnlnw If all the parks from the Lake Shore Drlxe xx IP COI'lXQIl,8ll to elec tro energx thex would llllte a stlect c 1 70 mlle an hour wlth 100 horse powel fol one xear The best wax to choose tour girl for the DeN1olax dance IQ to put the PIINCS of the pro pectlxe clrls on lps of paper Then place the sllps ID a hat and shake well Then throw wax Humoresque Famous SQYIHUS Taken wlth a touch of salt Prof '1l6X6ll Trcmendous force Prlnclpal B lllantlne ent Hedges The assl nrlent for tomorrow 1 NI ss Halrl Sp ed up the offence gang' r Felarman Gleat balls of HIC Mr Hol7 L ts have It qulet 'VIlss Espe seth Slnglng., or t'1'kln 'T Nils: Tones Youre not 'fr to please the tear-her M15 Dleckhoff Be oulet b 1 nl please close thc WlIKl0XYS Nllss Verrler Whit IS the he ght of' thflftq Buck Flsher pawnlnf that flld mond from the phonoffraph needle so as to be able to tflke hls clrl to the show alnt van t e W h'1t " A fl eshman m thlnf hould be done to help those poor ren W1fl'l0llt hands who 11 to do hanrlspllngs Looklng Ahead Glanclng oxer one of the papers of xe teldax dated Februarx '31 HMG we see that CDICBQO ls startlng an othel ant cr me vsaxe Some of the most noted celeblltles of the houl plo 1nd con ffl thls moxement ale Sen tol G lhardt a lsted bl hls lndulg ent wlfe Nlrs G- lhardt formerlx I1lllan Anderson Both Mr and Nlr Celhaldt are actlwe leadels for the leform Xlolentlx opposed to them are three crlme fattlon leadels CBOIQG Platt and Barbara Park f the VS ater R ts and Smoke Radtke duke of the Yladuct Xendors Both frlc s are blnff supplled bw -K Stone Junk fo fSuccessols to thc Lnltcd State Steel Colpj Thc best Chlcaqo could do so far IH Gldfllliltlflf the blot of crlme ls due 1cl1Kunsnseolt D111 r-ou selling her halr f0l steel wool Thls lrtlcle IS clalmed to possess po tent fl anslng plopertles Dorothv Dunham 1 now Sl cc ssor to Desperate Dan Nlcgfrew We al s knew that nose would get Doro thx somewhele Blg Blll Thompson had noth ng on the pl sent lncumb nt Blrdell Nlel son for sheer vw ck ed oss Blr e xxlns the cellulold stove poker I-T1 skl IS tlxlng tw ooth the hellts of beasts bx slngglng to the gang, lezdels So far he collected flvo pen mes two dlmes and a fluarter Vt ho d thele was no honor among, tl'1lCV9S9 MISS Harrls Id lk to bux some ch ns for mv Hlvxer elk nl solrx It vs x s roferles 'Vllss HWYIIS O oodness I thou ht thl was a chlln st IP Blllna buy be a bool txble wlth hool b1lIs 'md bool QIIPS o I kd blav lool d lwn bx Blcketts Huh Blbba' Th bov stood on the burnlnh deck h s shoes were f11ll of feet Hls shoes w re full of feet e r-rled Ive ot l- sffs so es And I can t feel the heat 1 soho ar ID to e Xovfhern Hns lt'l.l at O hkosh goes e IX t'11t thln he h'1 to 1 Into 1 pool loom to take a blth A tooth lche l p Cllllal It at cannot be sc1'1t hed Page Flfty One I' ' 1 ' 1 -Q ' . F.. I 1 . ' w- , . 1 L. ' Y 'L ' 4 . - 1 ' "1--1 'ZH , ' '- ' ' L A 5' '. ' " .N - 1 -j' a ' 'Q ' ' , ' j ', ' ,- .. 11 Y . . ' ' 1 "l 'A ' ' . . l I Y ' " 'J Y u K. ' 1- 2 ' ' .' 1 . ' - s. , -1 P' 1: -f - - 1 0 i' ' 2 T. "1 , " ' , S ' . ' ', v- , ' Y l 'H' Y I 1- 1 Ala . 1 i , , . h I' ' " S I A ' ' ' I h E 1' ' s 1' 1 , ' . . . . , - ' ' , . 1 . , -. 1, 1 . L. 1 ,-' , , ' , ' ' , , A I , .1 1 - 7 . v 1 -1 l 1 - . . t D1 t.: 1 ,ff S. o 1 5 .1 1' s ' ' f . 1 . ' ,. ' . 1 , 1 1 1 1. .. - . , A ' v ' 1 -1 w'1v, ' - 11 ' L I Tx ni ' ,. ' I I 5 I Q ' . 'G ' - '- ' - , . -. , 1 H " .. ' -' ' .' : . ""1 ",.- 'dl 2 ' D v. Av 1 . v . "So much for t"1at"iSuperintend- Ac-cordlng to latest reports Donald r H 1 A 4, , S I 42 . L. H '1r 1 's" ' 1' . ' .' ' , 1' --1' '. . ' S. 1 A c 1 ' "S 3 . , f' "--M . ' . ' ,. ' I ff'-I - K r 11 . , vi - ' K. lI'?Il. i- " 'A' ' ' ' "- " . - 1 ', '.: ' Ve '. , ,.: ' , fl ' U ' ' r 1 ' 'ff'-1 1 Cl ' : UI' . ' L' bl 'e on'-' .ell 11 1 , 0 . V. Q. . lv u - 4, ' ' 1' . 41 h 0. V, -. . . 1 ,. 1 . . , 1 ., H ' A :1 1 . . ' . gg" 'S . '12 ' 1' o ' ." X v. V Hg . Q . -L- M 1 ' ' : f ' 1 '. ? f ' . 5 ' ' . I I in 11 79 ' . ' , . '. , T f .' ' -- - 1 ' - F Pl . . , ' ,, , ' 1 , 1. 1' '3 . -'T ' 1 :ji 1 1 1 . . , d A . H , ' . " ' ff as ex 1 . l 1 It If . ' ' -1 It . , 1 1 . It ' b f 1,1 - ' put if is The yef 1 s . . l sh th ' ' I , ' , " 1 .2 F ' 1 . ,A I to th Q' ' ' 2 ks 1 S go , z ' 1 ' 1 . A 2 ,g S . -- Q 1 " ' 1 ' 5 's :1 "' ' ' ' th' 7 ' . LTUGRADHS 44.4507 L 7 I w J l g W7 .X I I fl ',' , i ,I if I .X J' ,414-62 ' K4,4g 1-15.54 .U K 'I' r- '-J , ALTCDGRAPH9 I xllx 2.1 P-I Y , A X R 1 ' z' UH' f ' -' ' Z' V Y, v f', X ' P H 1 ., , THE JANITQRS We wrlte a few words m recogmtlon of the service of the two J mtors ohn Sturm and Peter orgenson Pleased we shall be nn later llfe after a day of financlal enterpnses or maybe a day of pllfermg and beggmg out ln the cold to remember the warm corridors of the hugh furnace Tears may come to our eyes when we call to mind Petes unsuccessful attempts to cut a strawht furrow wlth the lawn mower Perhaps we shall uncon scvously cheer at recallmg one of john s lme plunges wrth a broom through a plle of dirt Page rlfty Four .a . V J J i school, frults oflthe efforts of "Pete" and John at the FCJRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGC A number of sturdy pioneers, who had helped to bulld our city, started a new Natlonal Bank and called lt THE MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL BANK OF NEENAH Among nts founders we Hnd the names of Hon C B Clark John R Davls C W Howard Hlram Smlth D C Van Ostrand F Shattuck John Proctor and others All of these men have now passed on and a new genera tl n has arisen to control lts destmles and direct lts affalrs But althought the per onnel of lts managers may ch n e the purposes and Ideals of thls bank are stlll the same ln tlmes of panlc and uncertalnty of plenty and pros course been altered An unchanging pollcy of servlce and falr deallng to all will contlnue to mark nts progress IH the years to come and xt IS our earnest hope that our prmclples may ever m rlt the approval of all people for all tlme The National ManufacturersBank of Neenah ' , U Q l , O , l I , , Q tn o O 1 ian , , o . S . E g J . . . A . . , . , - perity, its standard has never been changed, nor has its 9 e ' ' . 'Q ,mwfif YU VA JS' f OEET. 4 -5 r- -Xl Lookmg Ahead 111 wr u fu ul ca 1 bu m t 0 x mu null V, mt tm Jr n Ll f .1 an L un eenalw tate anlx one kI'XC gttgr THE PEOPLE S BANK wx MII LIONAIRE doe n t drne hw car YNll.l'I out ependable Automo sn t bile In urance Inquny ulll proxe that compame we mepresent haxe the h1 he t leputatxon for plompt atlafactoxx want? pu ment of Qlamm that what e Gerhardt Agenm Insurance Real Estate 8: Loans NEENAH WIS MEYER S BOOTERIE EXCLUSIVE FOOTWEAR SHOES 6: HOSIFRY Telephone 436 NEENAH - - WIS. ...Aer 'wi ,K ,Mfr if IT S A WOW' That nappy hall' cut the boys are all gettlng at RASMUSSEN S BARBER SHOP P lflht f - 1 v w v S 1+ ax A JA A ff If 111 5' Y g. I X X ' ll ' J , L X f lf ' W f S , . Y .x I V. - cr ' tl ' - Q, .L , ' , ' s v x ' ,, ' I S ' 1- K , v. V . Q . .M M! ,ff 1 ,H . , , Y .21 S . 1 . , you ' and S I ' - :' ' ' Wl: re'-' yo r t 'e "reef iS to law, wlue-tho' c-alloy-P, els or ech- nivul sclm l, jr " 'z 1 l f Alan- ning' it L-zn'4zfully. f 1 '1 Ground yom' plans lrmly in ' Sav- I h f ' gs uc-'rm f. ' r r I r ly V , , , , 7 u 9 79 , . . f Aft , L - .ggi JW 7 Q -gm , I x N 'i'--'. X xp .jill 1 1 ' T .J ,gf Q, in ' 4? 2f 'v ' ffl , f . - , if X1 f U Q . .- .. .. 9 Ll HISTORY QF NEENAH u t fourte n vears after the Pilgrims landed ln New England can Nlcolet em barked from Georglan Bay on a trxp west ward to make an attempt to galn the frlend shlp of the lndlans to the west and also to mvestlgate the truth of the lndlans stones of the Great Water whxch the French be lneved to be the Pacxhc ocean Nlcolet s expedxtlon carried hum mto Lake Mnchlgan mto Green Bay and thus into the Fox rxver He cended the Fox past the present site of Neenah through Lake Winnebago and up as far as the v1l lage of the Mu coutm lndnans whnch was ltuated near Rusk Lake Assured that thus wa not the passage to the Pacific he turned back ln the year follow nv a mlsslon settle ment was establl hed at Green Bay and fre quent trlps were taken up the rlver by the mnssnonarles and French traders The year I672 brought the famous Fa ther Marquette and ollet up the river Mar Ouette and ollet portaged mto the Wlscon sm nver and down mto the MISSISSIPDI This settled the dx cusslon as to whether the Fox W1 consm route led to the Gulf f Mexxco or to California The French fur traders followed the mms slonarxes mto the Green Bay reglon and undld all the good work that the French Fathers had done among the lndlans. A general hatred was developed by the ln dlans against the French This was especxally so with the Outagamles or the Foxes One thmg followed another and many bloody battles were fought A last the Foxes who had suffered heavlly rroved t the Fox River Valley and took up thexr location on Little Lake Butte des Morts planted their prmcxpal vnllage be low Do V s l land and settled Clown to the peaceful occupatxon of plundermg the French traders who passed along the nver So troublesome had they become that ln I736 Captam Mann gathered a number of volunteers mcludmg soldiers traders and frlendly lndlans and set out for the Fox vnllage nn Durham boats As they approach ed the lake the party was dlvlded part going by land and the rest by boats The soldxers had under covers and the lndlans thmkmg a rlch cargo was aboard signaled or them to stop The French complied As the boats approached the men opened flre So sudden was the attack and so effectxvely fCont1r-ued on page 621 il., rfplfvn fri' Keep ln Touch Wlth The Better Thlngs IH i:1ff.'n3iE E51 1 W1 h"""JlIlIl ll i 5 i mmmlflls MUSIC wlll enrlch the llfe of your chlld and brlng happmess ID later years --ip' -4 IP anim '- .S5I'AVlm:rviHl::'1:wi nlllsilu Q.-If rd arg: el W The largest mdxvldually owned store m Wlsconsm Pg FftyN J S 3 h . . . A . l J A b . - . , f ' ' . t - f Q 4 as , . . . . - l v . l ' S , ' S, . ' . I . . , . S . ' S D , . 4 's A ' - ' ' ' - 1 a 7 J 1 o 1 - -- F ' ' . L .S . . ' - - 's ' o '. A vefx . . fffivil Q . , , :ll-.- ' ' ' Wag.-tj,, Lift? 1. 2 L . 5 L' i-- Wri' A' '--.1 1 ' 5 hi Wir I gr Qi J pull 'T.l.r.t1?F'i xx Thf- f-7 57T"H ' , r ' ' ' T Ti!! V ' TX - l' ,T I , - I . V ' T r , - -. A T V H . . . . . . ,, - a e i - ine THE SAFE DEPGSIT BLUES X oun folks old folks llsten to my tale Hedxken to my story .md xou ll never lose vour kale Learn to put securltle ard xaluable rocks Behmd the L0n1l1Y1dtl0ll of .1 safe deposlt box' Xounq Mrs xV1LkW re hld hex dxamond uma Right bemnd tne clock .incl cl thxef h found the th1n Talnt the plac for Jewelelx there s nothln safe ID locks She d ought to put her Ill3ITIOI'ltl m a safe depo lt box' Ezenezer H.11d rass le had 4 bond Ol two Along came a lobber who speuullzed ln sox Fbenez 1 wish 6 he d had L1 safe d9p0Slt box' Thlex es bums lobb rs bandits h1g'hW2X men or thugs Fxre Hood or lccldent for even hungry bug J Maw eat up all your propextw unless b hmd the lock Of ou tvso kex I'l10d6l3t6 puceml safe mleposlt box' DO 'NOT DFI AH RENT ONIF HFRF TOD-XX FIRST NATIONAL BANK Nee-nah SAFETY FIRST TH O' D BANK ON TH' CORNUP Faye S xty X I X ,, Y. Y 0. Q ' V - l PN 'Y 7 n . . . v - v . v ' v 1 4 ' . .7 . ' Q ' 1' ' ' ' . " . 7 A . ' . ' - ' .' ,- .T ,. , i I . D . . U- ' f x V r-. ' " Q ' "- ': ".' ' c- .- , - ' . 4 N- ' , . 2 , A . . A Kept ,em ln a Sock, though he knowed he oughtn't to- , L e' " e . ' 'L .' ' A . ' I ' 7 S! K. 2 7 . I Q . qv ,CJ , 1 - . s A ' ' ' ' e . - 1' ' j, ' " - , ,' f . V Y , Y . , , W u . . u , . .. I .. ... - ..-. , , ki , THE VALLEY PRESS Prxntlng Engravlng Embossing Rubber Stamps PHONE 554 205 E Wlsconsm Ave NEENAH WI: Equltable Extends greetings to the I928 Gracluat mf' Class of the N I-I S and wlsh you success ln lnfe When you want Life Insurance mforma tlon come to our office Our SCYVICE De partment wxll gxve you full details with out havmg you feel under any obllga UOI1 Eleven former N I-I S students hold ro xtlons of honor ancl trust with the EFU WISCONSIN AV ENLJE NEENAH K I X back when the covered wagon made its legulal or lrlegulfxr appearance on Vhscon ln Avenue Cas shown ln the wood engraved cut llluustrated above there was also a prmt shop that served the meager wants of the manufacturer merchant and publlc ln the l1r'e of prmtm Th1s lndustry has gl0WTl xx td the trend of progress hand ln hand and It can truthfully be sald that Prmtmg s the Moth r of Progress We are located on thls arne avenue NEENAH PRINTING CO 210 w WISCONSIN AVE PHONE 104 Pap, Sixty One 0 0 . . , . . D . . . -34 if -K4 55 95 34 . . . . . , , I S. . - , Q . . . se I s e s ef is 1 , V ff , 7 I 7 1 1 1 ' 1 y 'X ' ' ' . ' ' -ln. ' ' ' -V 4 c ' . - 5 . . , 5' L ' .. . . I :. . . ' 1 Y . ' ' : A I 1 K - If Av I -I , , ,, ,, V I. I x . , - C v 1 9 ' A - 1 . g. . - ' .. - , ,q 1 - 1 - - 4 --1 1 1 - ' . Y . H . . . , L ' - 0 i e ., ." ' 'xt F 'f 'L S ' . , o . -. . Ye I . Fraternal Umon HISTORY OF NEENAH fCont1nued from pa e 095 had it been planned that the lndlans were completely routed 'lhe lake was named by the French Lake Butte des Morts Hills of the Dead b cause of the large number of lndians that were killed The Foxes were driven out of Wisconsin entirely lNo advarces in settlement were made ln this locality until the land passed mto the hands of the United States The lands of this region were set aside for the reserva tion of the Menomlnee lnclxans ln l835 the government became interested in a and a settlement called Winnebago Rapids was made here where the city of Neenah now stands Saw and gnst mills were built and cabins were provided for the ln dians Being of a lazv nature they did not respond to the help given them to be come civilized and the scheme fell through For several years the settlement stood idle and the government finally offered it for sale The ettlement was bought by Harrison Reed then m Milwaukee through the advice of udge Doty The entire vil lage including the water power was bought for a sum be ween three and four thousand ollars Harrison Reed moved to h1s new prop exty during the winter of IS43 44 with many ideas and little money the land not even being pad tor which made it diffi cult for him to dispose of enou h propertv to bring him money for further settlement Durlng the first year or so he and his fam lly were practically alone only a few settlers coming Governor Doty first applied the name f Neenah which means water the years following the name stuck to the place and m I8-44 when Reed secured the establishment of a postoffice here it went By l845 little progress had been made toward a villa e because of the lack f funds Reed s agreement with the govern ment was drawing to a close and he had not the money to pay the government By chance he learned of a man named ones who was looking for a proposition such as Reed had to offer and an agreement was affected Harvey ones was to furnish the money to buy the land and in turn certain water power rlghts were to be ceded to him with a sort of a joint ownership of the land ifont nuul on page 601 HUGH FALVEY Men s Shop Youll find the smart thmgs to wear that stylish young men appI'CC13tC Commercial St. North of Wisconsin Au. NEENAH l L. 1 . L4 . g - . I - - C ' U D e- U f ' s . I I 1 - ' ' ' , o U ' " ln scheme for the civilization of the lndians, under the name of Neenah. . ' I g O . s ' ' 1 , 0 0 0 Q 4 FRI , ,,,-. -ag-vm, F-iii, Younv People W' as X w Recently VU QJTCI ,ea ,Digg Qflilgilx ill 'H su X, T, 22? wmfx 'Sf BELHX5 'FX5 439 .f UaP' W N i Wi' 1551199952 Qfenspceily Dependable Since 1866 fiefafe-Wa '1.fmaE!uza1ssens 153432 VYIE2. or Soon to be Who plan shortly a home of their own are cordlally urged t come to thls store for practical help In home furnl hmg offered wlthout charge and WlthOUt ob ligation Call at the store or telephone our experts wll gladly spend an hour or two with you answering uthorxtatlvely any questlons you may wish to ask and showing you m a rro t practxcal way how you can frrmsh your home most economlcally and most harmom ously You need feel no obligation what ever you wlll not be asked to make even one purchas We want as many oun people as possnble to krow this store Intl mately ard to realize the full slgnlhcance of the genume ser vlce lt cheerfully glves Pag Snxty Three 1 -J Elo 0 fa ' Q 1 j' w'x'-Q ' ' r 'If ' ,ke 1. K' -. 'I' , ' l 4 d M ...1 vt 5' - k thu, QL:-, ', 6 P '40 7 , I , , Q 4,4 'hz '52 ra-4 lm sxqwf-i 1-urn, A 9 Y ' , ' o V . .S . ' Q r r ffl V7 x l - - - 515' ,Q ' -l W - lvl llvv W "2 lo N f arf J M :M--x ' we V 1" 1 'f It " ' M L fi ' J gnlx el' K Vgy, 5 e f. for an appointment, and one of iA K, D v' 1 , X 1 I . C . . . 9 . fu ' ,jg , ' '- L g- A 0917 ,M-urge Yin . 5 4 g -KI. 'fb tf ' . f, - - - ,fa 3 eraa Q . - JJ' ' Q' 5 X r , J, . 5 H .gg C. , LQ 3' fr- , . . . .- VJ w ,,: 9 J' 5 " ' in il i, 4..- ' . L. . e - . NIAN Sstmpw tch turl s m and m scul k n or white gold W isworth case Mmrvelo sly c r e se xt TA Ah f f walrhef of the u ld 0 The prxc 1534 Haertl Jewelry Store NEENAH WIS Let Us Cleanse lt, Now Get Out Your Wrap, Youll be delighted when you see what we can do wlth last seasons things Years clean mg experlence has lent slull to our operatlons that others envy om th hundreds of Neenah women who l-ce p themselves looking nght up to the rrmute merely by having us refresh thelr old thlngs Phone for our man to call TWIN CITY CLEANERS PHONE 601 NEENAH wls W Qtlaimd' lui' 3 f-n1'l!"'lfgf-- gm You May Clothe Your Wfhole Fimlly Here Anspach Dep t Store TI-IE FLOOR PAINT THAT LIVES UP TO ITS NAME For 1 beautiful s rvlceable varnlsh luke Hmsh that will wear almost mclefm xtely and stlll keep lts brightness use Pat lt Brothers Wearproof Floor Pamt t drxe wlth a Fme uniform lustre ly applied flows freely off the brush d covers surface solldly Patek Bros Paint Headquarters Ntvnall llarclssart to NEENAH WIS PL l -. ...- . . . . . . . . . S S -. e ' ' QA . . . n . S l y, hz1nd'0 e , a ine ln us hnely . built X4 filled gree ' ' ' 'ut . u n cu at becau ' is n V 'NES "On a the few great 'ar ." c 5.00. Q N A - , . .. ,.. , .-. . .. L ' 1 l Q , N L . It . 3 'if' f .. , :KMA- ,V. 2. ' n"fh,f' ,Msg hi 'Q' ,E , NQQVV - -V 4' '1 l r"' , i f ,.. fs 1 95 2' -, :gf A ' ' .,,.. A.., Ppfifk "" M --- "MS I ' ' C 2 hturff , I I . . ." L 0 if l 1 1 3 , - R sf- lg L . 3f.,M f . . . , 1' - Q ' ' ,, - . . . . A ,it ,. J' ,,.. . . ' - . , . , . ., , , A fx' f ' . ' s ' , ' . Eas- C ' V 1 ' I ' c . ' 1 , 1 1 va 5 A , , 7 Q , . - 5-.tgrrf HISTORY OF NEENAH fContinued from page 621 -vq?TEf1oerA'f:+:- f ?"'2 iii? 1...-: Q ' L 'f r 'ii Qfi - " lf' 5:1 'T U:-, 'A -,yi ' f -, V 4.2 -f gsawf-2 111. g 1-. i r 2 ' Y rf .3 T 7- I 5 .! ri' "ii THE GRAND LCGGERY The Home of Governor Doty fCont1nued on page 681 Remember the fun? You w1l1 lf you keep track m a Memory Book S51 O0 to S3 50 Elfwers Drug Store PgStF J -,-L- , x,:7' -fe 1, ok +5 , y er' -Y F ,W ff? 'K w- ? f i .-J, ,Hit uf 1-ca-3 if-1 ?-7 ,s E iv'-Gil ' , v d 5' 1 IL il:f: f - , -'35 , --,J ' V' ,222 ,gig Vg - .ar it .v JI,-,.-.-5'y-:-7411 g ' .1 11 4': - ', , -"? ' 4:32 1 ,' 4 , A " QL? VL '- , :ig 'P ,A ' , , ' . ' 'ZZ - I ie ,. .', "4Q2,f5:5:g.i2" " T? K 71?-A -'Q:?'7'f. + H " -, ,i -f 1' A 'V rr, '4-jf:f..,. gf , if -4:34, 'bf'-9:13 L : A H ,ig , Iv '7 5, Ag- 5' 155'--1. 'j 5 -' ,.?L Jx?,7fS? ff' .-:Q-ii' 1 - 731221, 4 fi' qw.- a rk " .,5'2?.g - ifwfyfy vfrra' ' '- . , . ' pig gk -Q .115-:Ax ,QV L pa :.'i.,,'g.p 12"-.Qi ' ', 'ffifff '- ' ti' if- V- -1. fp, ' 1"'f. - 1' 25'-'HH-'J' g 'iii 1 . '77 55' 'AAL ' " F -- . Ag' - gf 1' -'--' L ifgj-wh, 5 .' , ,, 1-if ' f f " 41, Y ,, W . - r ---lJ--.f.,.--,,,- N..:1f1- . . A -, - ..., A. 7 Y-2--f- in 1 . we f .:. 1 E ,f fvg.-QUT.. x-.LIL -....,... ,,, fs... .gt - . - . -l.:-v A L., . J ""'A 4' ,.,-. -.Q-J-nm' 1' 1 25-3 SQL' 4- '4 ,, ' , .mf -:g:Y, e'B""" " ,giggle -1.42 ! gp L E, -xl Jag, es 7...-Ak-A-1 -ff 1....- is-,E li Ag... A..-Q J F- " , - 7.1: 0 O l O , Q o 2 TET ON HATS LOOK WELL LAST LGNG Of course you wlll want a Stetson hat thls summer one of those styllsh models that Stet son knows how to make We are howlng new colors brlght shades that wlll be popular thls season Conslclerlng lts smart style fine quallty ancl long SCFVICC a Stetson pays better returns on your lnvestment than any o her hat Hanson Bros. Wilson Bros. Shirts Hart Schaffner 8z Marx Clothes 1 'll l' y L l L l u ,gt N 'ill 1 H,-lux 'Q-" xfll l at ' 'ff x J l '11 1 Jaeger Dowlmg CO TWIN CITY DEALERS N! 1 HAVE YOU A GOOD BOOK TO READ Lmcon FORD Fordson TONIGI-ITU PHONE zooo SELECT ONE AT TI-IE PUBLIC LIBRARY 9 A F L Fadner Stud1O 3 PORTRAITS BY PHOTOGRAPHY 20 DISCOUIXT TO SENIORS 123 W Wxsconsm Ave Neenah Wxs S x 1, It . 'xx X X lb ' ' V I I "' VX x X x' XII X -ff' ' Q 4 N I IQ I ofofmfpb i ff? M. b f- : V P. A. Of Fox River V'II ,y KR '15 P. . of Wisconsin fv,' bl" ",1" Q I . A. of America. b V 'ONVQF ' 0 O O rg I ' l U ' ' ' - 0 0 ' I , O P ' - HISTORY OF NEENAI-I t nuel L0 I 'H' YW: wha!! 'I mm ,AQVWZQ 'Q' Q' Ii I :ns f n? Maw rf' .iz-lam, ,271 WISCONSIN AVENUE IN 1856 wl N INCURPIJRATED D893 BUILDING LOH -fnA5AvmesAssocumoN NEENAH MENASHA WIS Save money easlly Dc per month up to 'Bl 00 per month 5 dxvlclends have been pald for years Call at the ofnce of the Twm Cltv Bulldlng Loan 81 Sav lngs ASSOClatiOH. Neenah State Bank Bullcllng and talk lt over I S I' I I IC'oni 1 frrm p11y' 351 -V 1 slijfv S . . -- A--. J N L! 1. -'f?f'2'5T:1' -1. 4' ,f .g.., ' -13. -1-YL.-.fnf 1 2124 1 ' 21" .f, ' - '-'- I-'rf - 2 Y ff 1 k ' -,, - ' f7'W"4W'- . W 1 11112-- I" ,L .:g.A-557, f---H' -..l,1.,..:I,. ,Y '-4,1 ew, W- eg .' f I' Ajgqg , 1- t.,',LQ1!.--,- -.1 ' 'nf' 1 I 1 '. .+ . 1. 11-n , II 1 I ,. H1 . I H - ' -. '- g g g - "-1,1 -are nf...-f' 1 ' 42 , .i ig., ex . fy - .I Ifif z, S - 5' 4 f'Z-,fa-Laiiffaifg 5-?ZLi1':'5-" ff n : Af Pmlmz, J 11-:J T" La i' riff?5 ':' f,E2ig,n2gE?5:E5E,iEgiEQ, f',i?ii: A 1flI'f1-21 ':-an f,.-1 454 T ' . .1- -f g f1-- Qfl- - l--ff. - - ' - 'QQEQN 32 1 5 -fiwffir'-if f I Kfoxitfnueml on page 723 U I , T- I Q s......'L' i uno I Z ' WD . F I , . . . f , - Th1S Champlonshlp Team Wears Jerslld Honor Sweaters The followlr are some of the Colleges anclUn1vers1t1es who purchase erslld Honor Sweaters St john s Mllltary -Xcdy Ha tm Colle U WIS onsln Bradly Pol Olno We leyen Carroll Lawrence G Ofgla Tech U of Mlaml Tul ne U Tayola G sr lon s Mllltary Acdy LOLIISIHUH State erslld Knltted Outerwear Sold IU Neenala Hanson Bros E E jandrey Co erslld Kfxlftlllg Company Neenah WISCODSIIX PgSty O 9 Q O ' ' . lg . . . . ' : .' '. s' g.g'5 S ge . 'c A Carleton Wax'ne Normal Oglethorpe Y. ' A s e ' . . ' ' Y U ' ' 3 - l 4 L L . J ' C C O 0 Q O I . Y . -N SPUDE ELECTRIC STQIQE JENSEN BROS. Duco Station and Air Spray Painting SUGGESTION H 1 I Auto Painting: Furrutxire Painting: When buying House Pamtmg Electrical Gifts try the "Electric Store" Hrst VAN STREET PHONE 243 Neenah Wlsconsm 9 TheNorthwestern Electrotype Co First and Hewitt Sts Telephone 318 ARTWORK ENGRAVIINGS ELECTRGTYPES NICKLETYPES LEAD MOULDS CURVED PLATES S l I 7 O T P, 'Q Sanitary cold cream remover Made by the KUTEX MANUFAGTURING GDMPANY NEENAH wisconsin One of the home products whlch carrles the name and fame of the home town to the ends of the earth A Wellesly college glrl recently wrote an en thuslatlc letter ln WhlCh she Sald Kleenex IS a luxury that every glrl especlally every college glrl should lndulge ln It IS valuable for removlng the make up of dra matlcs the g lme of athletlca and the dust and dlrt of every day l 0 n I o 4' a c o o o U 66 o o Q , Q u o , 4 a o 0 o n ' r , L K ' ,, HISTORY OF NEENAH 1Continued from page 683 ln l845, James Doty, who was at that time the territorial governor N of Wisconsin, built a large log house on the Island near where the new Doty Park is now located. It was christened "The Grand Loggeryn by Mrs Doty and became known up and clown the river A man by the name of Curtis Reed became interested in real es tate in this locality and in 1846 bought land where Nlenasha now IS and founded a rival town A sp rlt of great rivalry grew up between the two towns In I848 when the gov ernment was considering the m provement of the river much com petition arose as to where the locks lOl' COUHCIIS should be built Of course the sponsors of offered to pay '55 000 for the pnvllege of each town wanted it to be cut through their having lt Cut through the Menasha Side Vlllage Curtis Reed and HaYVeY ODCS bid However ones was not to be outdone and and rebid for the advantage Finally Reed fCtntmue4l on page 111 Reputed To I-Iave Been Used By The Indians 'fx n fufuul' 3 wg UNK olll ,Il ,Nair-XFN sw- ' ll 4 Y-2 TWYGUR Favorlte Soda or Sundae at uur I 1qu1d Mechanlcold Fountain Our electrcallx refri eratcd L1qu1al Mechamcold Fountain nmintalns Exe senevfate zones of folcl under autom tit conti ul so th t each ln rediert used in our soda ard undses is kept at its best mixing point It makes the mot Iusuous so la and smdaes xou ex I t sted .rlvuns hxe fic h fiostx and appetivmg, Come In tvdax and to fm xourself MACE S Drugs Sodas Sundries PHONE 48 115 N COMMERCIAL Ooen from 7 a m to nudnlght P 3., S ent! A y . G. n y - I ' U ' - . . : ' . . K. . . . V G H n 1 T . xk "9 1 Y ' .r f f 4 I s ' , s f N 74.-i , . V- Q O A , . .4 . . - a vs J I V .U . . I .I 4. . . :- . ' . is ' ' ' u . Q D .' 5 1-Q . A! . I- - 'fx- al . V. lx, v , . ,S V . A K, . A ,.. ' I. . . 5, . V N I . I SIS DQ- . . . A . . ave- ev -'-Two The Lnnersal Groeerx We Llve and Let I..1ve WISCONSIN S MOST POPULAR CHAIN OF C-ROCERY STORES 141 W t W B A BEQSSEX M NEENAH WI CONSIN GTVEW we W Let Us make your summer a pleasant one Wlth our BICYCICS Boat IVIotors Golf Lawn Tenms Ba baII and other atI1Iet1c sup pI1es Stroebel Hdw Co PHONE 207 NEENAH WIS 3 WHAT KEEN DRESSERS ARE WEARING The fellows all sav that the place to QC your haberda hery lS at the WEBER CLOTHING COMPANY Dealers ln F me Clothmg and I-laberdashery TWO STORES NEENAH---MENASHA ge Seventy Three Y 0 1 , ' ' F K I ? - I5 1 'T 1 ' Q, 0. 4 Q' f X Na .. 51 I X . . E ' if- ki I . . , - 9 t 9 r . -1 We Appreciate Your Patronage es is:onsin Avenue , , - . , gr. . S , . I ' I 41 of Q . , 9 if I E I S , HISTORY OF NEENAH ffontmued from pa e 425 he went to the expense of cuttlng locks through the Neenah snde hlmself and much of the rlver trade passed through Neenah The early development of the c1ty suffer d onslclerably from a dlsagreement be tween Harrlson Reed and Harvey ones which lasted untrl ones early death Prob ably our cxty would have been much larger at the present lf lt had not been for the trouble between the two owners Tl'-e excellent waterpower and trade ad vantages offered by the locality attracted many early business enterprlses some of which have grown to a considerable SIZC Growth ln the olden days was quite steady By l885 the clty had a population of over 3 000 The early trade along the rlver which dad so much for the early growth of the clty began decllnmg soon after the Chicago and North Western Rall way was built through the town ln l86l The Wisconsin Central followed m l872 Later this rallway was taken over by the Soo Line Neenah was mcorporated as a clty xn 1873 andthe cxty electrons were held n Ararll of the same year The graduating class of thls year IS the hfty first m the history of our school The First class to graduate from hugh school ln thls cxty was nn l877 Commencement ex ercxses w re held on une 29 Public Llbrar y Tle excellent locatlon of Neenah pro moted rdustry to a marked degree and the clty has become an excellent tradmg center The teady progre s of our clty IS an A ample of the advancement of the entire Fox RIVET Vall y untll at the present tlme our vall y IS one of the most prosperous eco norr IC centers ln the state ln l878 a predlctlon was made that l the future our city would be noted for its eat w alth its beautiful location and lts 4Cont1nued on page 4 J A Dehghtful Tnangle J The Smart A Trlp Glrl Graduate Abroad -Em A Genulne Patent Leather Travellng Case E E Jandrey Co 19 at S15 lllv sl -.K IP M Twm Cmes Best Store for Women f NFENAH ""Wll' in Lf-5 lg,S K3 l' ' ' 'Q " . . . l D 1 . ' T. '. 1 V ' 4 TJ 'T e I: ' - ' :A ' - - . . 2 . ' - , - - g . . . . A A , , . ' . . . u , . . - 5' 3 e r- . . 4 ' 3' ' - M . n ,I . , . U l v . . , .. n . ' ' i . l gr 3 , . . . ' . . . . ' 4 , 1 F7 0 O 's ,J 1. ' V, l ' if :Eel i . 1n -A . A '24 X yi 'Q-vw 'fi .vs 'TAY 'Y ju., g . :,,'3":l "3 iff' E . , I 1 9 'Z 520 I-rf - ul Bl E A T Q 0 - 0 Les , ef as . . . U Lx E - A .'fl- "" L.:- -f" - ill' " A ,. - -EX l . ja ve vven '- -our N E E N A H PAPER GUMPANY EN PM W . .44 253+ WE RECOMMEND TOP NIOTCI-I Cleeto ATHLETIC SHOES KUEHL S SHOE STORE X ray Shoe Fltter NEENAH WISCONSIN E J McMurchle Frmtmg Co t A glVlh yp kP AllNll, lo WE RENT TYPEWRITERS 208 Ph ne 310 Graduatlon Tlme T g bhu g r W O NELSON Jeweler pr ft SAWYER PAPER CO WP OLESALE PAPER NEENAI-I WIS BONDS 6: LEDCERS OUR SPECIALTY . , . O O I Prin ing and Oflice Supplies A U H -clclin ac incs, T ewriters, Ch.c rotectors- . a'es New and Re uilt 9 , .1- . Main Street Neenah, Wis ' cz s the one great event in the life of he I young lady ancl young man. Naturally - the parents will want to bestow upon , N , , , the raduate a lasting gift of remem- brance, what is more ei in than a Gruen or Bulova watch--- hey are re- liable s showing a very com le e ass tment o hese hne watches. A HISTORY OF NEENAI-I iflontinued from page 741 aristocratic social standing." The prediction has been remarkably fulfilled, and the standing of our city is well known throughout the state. The growth of business and accumulation of wealth brought about many civic improvements. To the first tiny school, organized in 1847 with only I2 pupils, and one teacher, whose salary was but six dollars a month. our school system has grown to a present enrollment of l,200 students, with five modern school buildings, and plans al- Q11- ready under way for a new modern high school. Our public buildings are many and most complete in desicfn and equip- ment. The Theda Clark Memorial Hos- pital serves both Neenah and Mena- sha as does the S. A. Cook Armory. The postoflice is one of the most beautiful in the state. The public li- brary was built in l904 and the ex- pense was borne by public subscrip- tion. It can truly be said, that Neenah is a community where economic advan- tages go hand in hand with the natural unsurpassed bcauty of the location. lTl0l'C HI, BOY! N 1 You get what you W a n t, clon't you '? That's the spirit of the new day, the age of whizzing wings and singing tires. This store en- deavors to give you what you want, and what you will al- ways like. It's great to be young and we know it. VVe've just complet- ed our first year of service in Neenah. Better come in a m i n u t e sometime and give our clothes the once-over - they're all one low nrice- 562250. And hoy, here's how. I l l 1 K RAU E' 123 West Wisconsin Avenue Page Seventy-Seven u read it in THE rp A is it and i' World and local news in concise, readable form. 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