Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

 - Class of 1929

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I 1-11: CU! an STUDENT-PUDLI-CATIONX ,,-, OFHCIALLLAUT a' :Mi Publlshed by the Cub Staff IQeenah Phgh School ' 7 1929 , --..., - J. .W .-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.......-.+.l.......-..-.--..-..-..-..-..-......-..-..-..- Good-Bye Senior 1 'A . ' ' ' Good Luck an swoon PUBLICATIO OFHCIALLLMT mrlmlli VOLL ME 5 Page One Erght one Senrors To Graduate June Twelfth I SILAS E V A N S O I' RIPON COLLEGE TO FIVE ADDRESS The last class to graduate from thc old hrgh school will have rt commenccm nt exercrses the eve nng of June 12 at the Neenah Theatre D Sllas Fvans Presrdent o Rrpon College wrll be the com mencement speak r Hrs subjec wrll be Lrfe rn Terms of School The program for the evznn Iollows Numbers by the N H S or chestra under the dnectrorr of Mr Oscar Hoh Invocation by Reverend C F Frrtz of St Pauls El lrsh Iu h eran Church Commencement addr ss by D Srlas Evans Tenor solo by Mr George Nrx on, accompanled by Wlxss Kath crrne Jones Valedrctory bv Marre Fuechsel Presentatron of drplomas b Irmcrpal J R Ballantrne The class consrsts of the 'ol Icwrng Mrldred Ager, Pearl Le cm Anderson Jack K Babbrtt A arrette Mae Bessex George E Brmrngham Adelbert W Blank, Loyal W Boelter Carl R Break Katherrne Mary Brertung Gwendolyn Maxrne Breyhnger, Hcln M Chrstofferson Ethel Theresa Cook Marguerrte Dan rclson Julrus Davrs Vrrgrnra Ianthe Doane Laura Jeanette Drews, Dorothy DuBo1s Mrlhcent Anne Ersenach, Laura A Fahrenkrug Martha Frscher Mar1eH Fuechsel,KarlG Gaertner, Robert Grllespre, Paul P Grogan, Grace Alberta Gruenwald Ber rrc Cecelra Hanson, Ruby Mae Harsn John Wesley Hewrtt Karl S Jensen Alfrerda John cn Mrldred L Johnson Mrtch :ll J hnson, Harvey A Jorgen K nneth Thomas Krtchen Tneldore Khnk r Vrrgrnra Mar ae Koepsel, Karl B F Kol lth Gertrude J Kuether N S Ku el Meron Anne Kuhr Ra erel V La Fond, Edward F Lar Verna E Lenz J anette Lo rse Luebben Marre Ethel Vlor cnson Robert W Muller Msrron Nelson Alrce F Neu bauer, Stella L Neumann Ruth Vrv an Olson, Florence Carolrne Prnsy Edward W Plank Arden Frederrck Plath Vrolet A Pope, Nelda B Raehl Vhlham A Prther Ruth F Sawver Jean ette Anne Schmerern, Vlf Ima F Schm dt Edrth E A Schnller John Schneller Charl s 'VI Neu h u r Grace C Smrth, Ida Mal 'r et Smrth Norbert P A 'rr n L, skv Howard A Stackr A lone V Staffeld Bessre Evelyn S rmart Clarence Wrlh m Thal k Herbert H Thurmaosen F'rr Fdwrn Ulrch Robert F Ulrrch B ryl Fern Watts, Marre Blanch Freld Webster Meta A Wrtchcn k Elmer Wolff and Stella Char lctte Zrem Our Valechctorran Mane Fuech cl xr d ctorr n of s n r ran a nf' 1 had very success ul v ar whlle H1 hrgh school In her freshman v ar she play d on the Vars ty bwskctball tc m and won her numc als In her sophomore year, h also played on the Varsrty bas etball team was a c ass repo ter o the Club t'rf'f nd belon ed o the Grrls Athletrc Assocmtrrn Ir l-cr Jun ror war she Jorned th For nslcs rn elect d vrce pres dc nt She lsg belonged to Forens cs nd was husrness manager of the de 'rates rn her senror rear Stenogs Stage Two Spellclown Contests A sp ll down was sponsored by the two shorthand I classes The 2 00 class x on the contest The 2 00 t am was composed of Meta S l ft' Bertha Strcy Gertrude L rson, Dcrrs Wachholz Helen Wcbst r Audr y R rche Dorothy Bunker Pearl Hart Ahce Dobber uhl nd Helen H ncbrv The S Iv team w s composed of Helen Schnudt F hel Schrrerder Wrllard Buehholz Enerson Hough Ehva b h Rrsmussen Vrola Hellermsn Vlrre Block Fl anor Wrcse H n rrrtta Krause 'md Eleanor Koh feldt A prcnrc was rvcn for the urn nrng class, by the loser T e e mmrtt es from the 8 15 class were Refreshments, Vrola Hl lerman 'Vlar1e Block Ehzabeth Rasmussen Fthel Schnerder -Xl fred R ctz Ewrer on Hou h Wl lord Buchhclz 'rnd Kenneth Nye, Ccllectron co rmrttec, Helen Schmrdt, Hcnrretta Krause, Freda Schm dt The p cnrc was held Frrday Mry 24 at the Boys Brrgade Cabn It was very unusual as rt was a breakfast pcnrc Mr Trextll Dont you know that gerrrs hve on that money'l Jean M No germ can lr on my rncome Oh Tommy, how drd vnu ever Mr Pautz I feel hke a den g t such a black eye'l t st today Because I drd not choose to run l Mr Carey Hows that"' mother Mr Pautz ' Down rn the mouth l Senrors Grven Typrng Awards AW ARD TESTS ARE SENT FROM TX PING COWII ANIES A grert many typrng award have brcn rssted to thrs year cnror typrng class Once a month aw nd ttsts are sent out to th school bv the typrng companres Studrrr m y tak the tests t thu rrak .1 Lertarn speed x u rhrr the error hmrt c arc rrtv dlltr dllk tests are sent rn and awards srnt ou bx th rorrprny T s r rn na e cnt rl s one rtrlu cr y words a bronz prrr tr srlxcr pn on the Rsmng v 1 a srlver rn and sixty wrrds a gold prn on r Rrmrngtonl Thrs year on test 4 sch month was grvcn to th: 1 rn Senror ty awards were won lhrs year .59 on thc R mngttn -IZ o the L C Smrth 3: on th Underwood The ollcwrng ar the names of those who have won awards Rem ng Jn aa x ord g ld n Nflsrre Fuechse. 40 wa ds srlver prn Laura J cws Maroc Fuechscl Vrr lnra D 'rne Hester Farrr k s llldred Johnson Kathcrrne Brcr urg, Fl zabcth Hohnberger Ger Kutru le Kuether N S Kuettl M t ule Kuether N S Ku ttlc Mcr on Kurrr, I-lorence Pansy Robert Grllespre 2: words certrflcatc Gwrnd lyn Br thngcz D rothv Du Bors Iaura Fahrenkrug Pearl lor cn Gert ude Kuether N S Vcrna Lenz Jeanette Luebbcn, Ruth Mott Ste la Neuman Flor ence Pansv, Vtrlma Schm dt Bes sre Strmart Marguerrte Dan els n Hester Farmakes Mrldred John Marre Webster Mrldred Ager, Fth el Cook Laura Drews Prul Gro gan Ethel Mortenson Vrolet Pop:- L C Smrth 60 words gold prn Grac Smrth 50 words srlver prn Katherrne Brertung 40 wo d bronze prn Katherine Brer urg Dorothy Du Bors Fhzabc-th Hohn berger N S Kuettle Vrrgrnra Doane, 'Vhldred Johnson Stella Zrem Grace Smrth Marre Fuech sel Florence Pansy 30 words ecr rficate Gwendolyn Breyhnger Laura Fahrcnkrug Robert Grlles Gertrude Kuether, Meron Verna Lenz Ruth Mott Neuman Florence Pansy Schmrdt Ruth Olsen Ra clcl La Fond Mrldred Johnson s Farm kes Vrrgrnra Doane rrte Danrelson Jeanette Mrldred Ager Fthcl Cook Drews Martha Frsch r Pul Grogan Ethel Mortenson Vrolet Ponc Bervl Wrtts M rrf Webster B ssre Strmart Howard Stackr Meta Wrtchonke Underwood 50 words srlver prn, Katherrne Brertung 40 words bronze pm Katherrne Brertung, Dorothy Du Bois N S Kuettel, Fthel Cook Laura Drews, Martha Frsclrer, Eth el Mortenson Grace Smrth R chel Ia Fond Stella 7rem Flor ence Pansv Gertrude Kuether 30 words certrfi ate Gwendolvn Rr sl 'wer Rob rt Crllespre, Fhza beth Heh berger Pearl Jensen Gertrude Kue'hcr Verna Lnz Kuhr, Stella W lma Marrfu B ssex Lsrur 1 Senrors Recerve Results of Plryschologrcal Test Our Salutatorran N S Kuettel was selected a salutatorran of the class of 1929 Out of a class of erghty three he has the second hrghest average of all subJects rn hrs four years of high school Before enterrng Nee nah Hrgh, he had 'fone to a coun 1 school S he son Mr and Mrs John Kuettel H was born Iune 10 1911 at rs the s rlrlr Q 1s t 1 x rll probally cr be In Well anyhow the name doesnt make the man Eat, Drlnk, Be Merry ls Cub Banquet Motto Thrrty two gu s nclud nf the nemb rs of th Cub Staff of Nee n h Hrgh School and several m m b o th facu tt nded e annual Cub taff banquet held at 'rt the Srgn of the Fox on Mag 20 at 6 30 oclock Wrllram Rath er general manager of the trff gracrously served as to-rsrm ster Sp akers for the occas on n lud cd Sup rrntendent C F H 4' s Prrncrpal J R Ballantrne Mrss Colors frc lty 'rdv sor, Douglas Barnett gen ral manager of lost years staff Fdwvd Tfenp general manager of the staff for nevt Vear, and Chester Brsel head of the Cub prrntmg department The decoratrons were tuhps and yellow candles Gu sts were cntertarnfd by 'rn nformal srngmg proffrm fter whrch the fron drnrng room was cleared and dancrng was emoxed bt everyone After lhe banquet the flowers ustd for the festrvvtr x re sent o M rx Krug, r edrtor of next v ar s staff who rs rll rt her home on Church street These were sent rn 'rpprccratron of her work as news manager of thrs v ars staff Jo 'rette L1 ebben Ruth Mott Stella Neuman Florr-nc Psnx Wrlm Sr-hm dt Bc sr Qtrrr' rt svvlla 7vem MarreW bster Ruh Olson Rachel La Fond Ethel Mnrtenson Laura Drews Howard St 1-ll r Bervl Vt atts When rt came to reducrng she xv s 'r poor loser tHal Hal Hal l uvh and grow thrnl I SEN IORS N S H 0 W AVERAGE IEST GIVEN M A Y 2 7 The re ults of the psychologrcal test whrch was grven to the sen rors of Neenrh Hrgh School were rrcrrvul on Monday May 27 from he Unrversrty of Wrsconsrn The tcst was a frve part test whrch rcqurcd on hundred consecutrve urrnutes to wrrte It was grven to 16 S00 hrgrh school senrors through out the state of Wrsconsrn Aprrl I0 'Ihr rnstrtutrons of higher learn ng rn VK sconsrn sponsored the est rnd rt was endorsed by the hrgh srhool prrncrpals assocratron, rtt sup rrntendents assocratron 'rnd the State Department of Pub hc Instructron 58 per c nt of the students herv. h ve pcrecntrle rarrkmg of' between I0 and 100 Eleven per cent of he cass have a rankrng of be tween 00 and 100 23 senrors scor ,fd a perccntrle rankrng of between , 11 and 100 Thrs rs a very hrgh rank ng If a student has a rank of nmety erght, rt means that two p r cent of all the senrors rn Wrs cons n drd b tter and 91 per cent drd not do so well on the test as l If the students rank rs F4 p r cent he drd not do so well as 6 per rent of all the senrorsrn lhsconsrn but he drd better than G? p'r cent of all those takmg the tc " D8 p r cent of t e senrors of lx nah Hrgh dld '- tl-Xor than 0 per cent of all those takrng the fsf n the s ate Thr trst helps rn makrng a stu dy of the stbrhty of the students The hrgh school aehrevement rec ord comhrned wrth the average of lthe psychologrcal tests, enables au thorrtres to make more clefrnrte Jdgments of the general abrhty of senlors At the Unrversrty of Minnesota It has been found that rf the four year hrgh school average be com brned wrth the ratrng of the psy chologrcal test the freshmen who or of about one per cent Thrs data helps students to un devs 'md themselves Scholastrc rntellgenc rs composed of more 'han that whrch makes up socral 'rdmrnrstratrve and mechanrcal rntelhgence Industrv enthusr asm rntellectual currosrty, honestv, affabrhty and other phases of per onal tv are as rmportant for schol s rc success as rs scholastrc rn l VV' UCC Thrs test was the second step X h ch has been tak n bv the edu catronal rnstrtutrons of Wrsconsrn The frrst step was an admnssron blank whrch was formulated last year Thrs blank rs now usrd for rmrsslon to the varrous colleges of the state and also by the Unr versrtv of Wrsconsrn Frrst Indran w r path Second rtto avec Lets go on the Cant Its bemg Mr Trexall r form of anrmal hfe"" A Armstrong A grraffe What rs the hlgh w n Im a lrttle hoarse Iknew you wasnt a Y I i 9 ' A .--. x. 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Jack: " ' 1 . . - VV 5 5 .. 5 , - ,nd VV THE CUB ns Q' 'TW 4' mt IEEE to I 'fl""E THE I'INAL EDITION STAFF General Manager Wllllam Rather Asslstant General Manager Edward Toepplcr Edltorlal Staff Edltor Stanley Severson Copy Edltors Vlola Hellerman Dons Wachholz Department Edltors- News Alfred Reetz Edltorlals Maryorle Sande SEHIOIS Jeanette Schmereln Classes Harvey Jorgensen Organlzatlons Ruth Sawyer Sports Jack Hewltt Charles Neubauer Humor Kenneth Kltchln Faculty Marguerlte Damelson Ar Norbert Smongeske Engravlng Jack Babbltt Reporters Janet Gllllnham Marlan Marty Helen Bradley, Gordon Drews Grace Anderson Dorotlv Brown Everett Thompson, Jlm Meyer, Myrtle Bursteln Audre Ralche Cub Reporters Ha ry Mlller LUICIIIE Elsenhardt Marvln Sorensen Typ sts Ethel Mortenson, VIYRITIIZI Doane, Edlth Schneller, Katherlne Brel 1 U M t Slcnllf D lotlly Xvtllban Iylzabcth Rasmussen Dorothy B' nker Buslness Staff Baslness Manager Asslstant Busmess Manager Clrculatlon Manager Asslst mt Clrculatlon Manager Advertlslng Manag r Advert ng Stuff Francls Olsen, James Moc ZUWICBI Staff Prlntlng Manager Schell Composltor Advlsors Busmess Ed or al Pr nt n l-toward Stacker Albert Fahrenkrug Dorothy DuBols Helen Webster Fdward Lowe Paul Mantz Harold Rockwood Mr Holzman Mlss Colony Reppe ,uf kfnfwx x 3335 3353 X px 1.5 QEHHH dddn -up IN APPRECIATION Superintendent H d es has plloted Neenah Heh School Blrthday Class Party A blrthday SUFPTISC party on MISS Edna Mae Harrls occurred ln the 8 15 Engllsh IV class on May The program was prepared by Edlth Schneller Nelda Raehl Jeanette Schmereln and Dorothy Du Bols and was opened by Happy Blrthday To You sung by the class MISS Harrls was requested to slt at the front of the room pa per hats and suckers were pass ed around and a general hllar lous atmosphere prevallcd Jack Hevlltt gave promlse of great oratorlcal ablllty ln hls pre sentatlon of Llttle Jack Horner Llttle MISS Muff t was cunnlnglv glven by Jenny Schmereln Char Ile Neubau r gave a clever demon atlon of Jack Be Nlmble The class then went to thelr 9mOtl0HS ln thc Ho lday Song The rest of the f cd wls then dlstrlbuted It COI1SISt9ll of candy klsses Jelly beans I rthday cakes and ollves fof whlch fne member of the class ate eleven! A Dlllar A Dollar was made very reallstlc by Dorothy Du Bols The group was very much sur prlsed by the complete demonstra tlon of Humpty Dumpty by E lrl Ulrlch Hlckory Dlckory Dock lack and Jlll took on new mean lng when Smoky Smongesky pre sented lt The Glngerbread Man was read by Nelda Raehl who lald par tlculer stress on and he ran, and he ran, and he ran Dorothy Du BOIS related the story of 'TThe Three Bears wlth thrllllng em phasls on Goldle Dlcks Jenny Schmerem told a story Edlth Schneller Thls Llttle P g Went to torv on Jacklc Hevvltts Llttle handle Just before the bell rang the tlass ang the Good Nlte Song escape squlsh told the Market PRIN J R BALLANTINE Prln J R Ballantln was born ln Bloomlngton, WIS, and gradu ated from hlgh school ln that c ty He entered the Unlverslty of Wls consln ln the fall of 1916 but left the Unlverslty after an attendance of two years to Joln the 1'84ll0 dlVl slon of the Unlted State Alr S rv lce He re entered the Unlverslty ln the sprlng of 1919 and graduat ed ln June, 1921, wlth the degree of Bachelor of Sclence Durlng the followlng year Mr Ballantlne taught ln the Unlverslty as a part time lnstructor whlle contlnulng hls study for an advanced degree He graduated ln June, 1922, wlth the degree of Master of Sclence As the Prlnclpal of our hlgh school, and as a teacher of Physlts he IS very efhclent He deserves much credlt for the way he con ducts the hlgh school and also for hls ablllty as a teacher of sclence It IS the hope of ev vane that he wlll be connected w th Neenah Hlgh Scool faculty for rlany more years through many a storm and calm When ever the occaslorl angrs N r H dges can glve lnstructlon ln the varlous studles very lrterest ng and beneflclal manner We now take the opportunlty of showlng our BPPTCCIBIIOH to Mr H dg s through the Cub He has been a great help not only ln personal rratt rs but also ln flnanclal matters Some one who corres ln comact wlth superlntendents of all the schools ln hls work once sald that IVlr Hedges was one of the Hnest superlntendents ln the state Mr Hedges IS th hlgh school students best frlend H has been wlth us for about twelve years constantly urglng and guldlng us on lh our school careers It IS always a pl asure to meet l"ll"' whether t I8 ln the class room study hall or on the street He has a smlle for everyone at all tlmes We are proud of our leader and hope he Wlll stay wlth us for many years to come Mr Hedges was horn ln Bradford N Y H got hls hlgh chool educatlon ln Bath N Y After graduatlng from hlgh school he entered the Superlor Normal He graduated from here and then taurht for a short tlme He then enrolled ln the UHIVCT tv of WISCOHSD He graduated from the Unl fer ltV ln l9l2 wh n Mr Beeman was superlntenclent of the bleenah schools In February l9l 7 as the result of the death of Mr Beeman Mr Hedges became the superlntendent of Nee aah Publlc Schools YOUR FUTURE ,Iunel Now IS the tlme when you must declde wlth flnallty luft what your future IS golng to be Thls should be taken nto conslderatlon of course when you choose your courses n your freshman year You should then have some general dea of what you wlsh to be so that you can plan your courses 'rf stl dv accordlngly and fit yourself for that future you have n mlnd It pays to be very careful ln thls regard If you go lnto he thlng blmdly you may flnd vourself unfltt d for the pro eagmn you deslre to go on to college and have not taken the equlred courses your chance IS gone If you want to go into Jusmess work and have not taken up a commerclal course, e odds are anam-f you ever attalnglng ultlmate success there It ls so ln any other field So now when lt I8 un to you to hoose your llfe work vou must flnd out flrst of all, what you LET S THINK Do we all thlnk or do we go rlght ahead wlth everythlng wlthout glvlng our thoughts a care? Many thlnkers have plac ed supreme conhdence ln ItS fllndlngs Others declare that no good can come of It We each have a travellng mlnd whlch takes ln all phases of one s llfe As the years go by we cultl vate thls mlnd and thmk only of the thlngs whlch are worth our tlmc and our Interests Everythlng before us I8 an lmage for our thoughts People dlfler greatly ln thls respect Everyone has an lmaglnatlon The word lmaglnary means not true Nevertheleess sometlmes our thoughts of lmaglnatlon get us places and sometlmes con quer our greatest faults orreone has sald that The art of thlnklng IS the art of belng ones self A good thlnker reslsts oral or pnnted ln forr'--ltlon and has an oplnlon of hls own People who do not thmk do not get very far ln llfe A hlgh posltlon needs a good thlnker WORKING THROUGH COLLEGE Not golng to collegel I m sure you don t mean lt. At least, before you glVC up all hope look around a blt and see lf there lsn t some way There are marv students now atte dmv colleges ln all parts of the country who are worklng thelr way through If you are ambltlous and do not glVB up too easlly you can do that very thlnf' First WTIIC to the reglstrar of the college you wlsh to attend and acqualnt hlm wlth your sperlal sltuatlon Posslbly he can secure a yob for you to do lh your spare tlme whlch wlll pay all or nearly all of your expenses I other day who I8 attendlng the Unlversltv who I8 paylng her way by waltlng on table There are anv number of places such as thls students worklng thelr way through college In o e resoect thls IS the best way of gettlng through college If a stu dent I8 ambltlous enough to work hls way through he IS usually ambltlous enough to make a success of hls coll ee work It usuallv IS the student who has everythlng smoothed out ln front of hlm who ls lazy He has all hls expenses pald as a matter of course and has nothlng to worry about It IS thls lack of res f' s'bll'tv that causes hlm to neglect hls studies, and met a glrl just the of Wlsconsln and ln her spare tlme whlch are filled by vant to be, and then what you are fltted for Ill! Bhd! 3 failure Page Two Serllor s Thoughts Portrayed By Student You know thls lS confidentlal Im not supposed to let anyone know about It but Superlntendent Hedges begged me to publlsh the thoughts of a semor durlng the last few days of school If what a senlor really dld thmk were known, he would,t I belleve, be put ln Waupun But Just to be brlef Ill say what he must thlnk as I thlnk he or she does Flrst Gr r r, that Mr Carey why dldnt he accept my last ex perlment" mlngled wlth What dld I do wlth my expenment oo "" Then Oh' Id llke t strangle someone for pulllng that Joke about my havlng 50 back rdy perlods to make up Second Oh that E n g I l s h teacher' Isnt she a Joy klller, pulllng' up that back work for me' Then My gosh what abou my new sult or new dress, and lf some body doesnt button hls llp Ill cre mate some person wlth drastlce language And, I can see nght now where I don t llke Mr Ballan tlne s Job ln thls buslness of gradu atlng Leavlng wlth a whlz and a crash a bang and a slash coupled wlth a bump the senlors are dumped out lnto the cruel cold world wlth no body to tomlent them except thelr credltors, pollce and the boss So Sally Sez Dear Sally A llttle freshman ls trylng to crowd a sophomore out of my heart What shall I dow Lenny Dear Lenny Id advlse you to stay away from the freshmen altogether Especlally the g1rls They are too Ing for you to deal wlth Best wlshes Sally Dear Sally Why does Lobert sleep most of he 2 45 perlod" Janet '7 r J t Perhaps he llk s to dream of y u Sometlmes lt IS much more exctng to do that than to just thll k abou a person Slncerely, Sally TEN QUESTIONS All questlons must be answered by the name of a flower I Who IS the Klng of he Junglesl 2 What have sad lovers common? 3 Who IS the leader of the church? 4 What IS a fearful anlmal en countered ln falry tales? 5 What IS very often seen at a weddlng" 6 What IS the slg-n of real llfe ln a baby? 7 What happe s when a gow gets on a muddy ro1d'l B What flower refers to the sun" 9 What ls a glrls namet 10 Now what IS another glrls name" ANSWERS T0 TEN QUESTIONS Dandellon Bleedlng hearts Jack ln the Pulplt Snap dragon Bndal wreath Babys breath 7 Cowsllps 8 Sun flower 9 Vlolet 10 Rose . iq, tl "' If ' ' ' .,.... 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SC HOI ARSHIPS ARE AW AIL ABI E AT MANY OF THE SCHOOI S Wrth the comrng of sprrng, our mrnds turn to thoughts of gradu atron, and followrng graduatron, we naturally thrnk of college Wrsconsrn, our own state has one of the best unrversrtres rn the whole Unrted States and rt goes wrthout sayrng that all of our col leges are regarded hrghly through out thrs country Practrcally all colleg s and unr yer tres grve wuds lm vm as ech larrshrp These scholarshrp arc gr ntrd to those who have at tamed a vcry l 101 s hola t c stand mg The amount of the scholar shrp varres from a part of the tur tron to the whole turtron and lrv mg expenses When a scholarshrp rs grven to a student, he rs generally cxp ct d to be a lrbrary assrstant, mark pa pers, and help rn some way Lawrence College offers thrrty seven sc rolarshrps Or these, tlur teen are avarlable to Freshmen Carroll Collcg oH'ers scholar shrps to thos student who need financral assrstancc rn flnrshrng therr course Besrdes the scholarshrps there rs .rn establrshment of assrstance for the students known as the loan funds These funds were es tablrshed by g nerous men and xy omen who wrshed to ard the stu dents A student may borrovs frnds of mcncy generally up to 12250 The repayment of these loans should begrn when the stu dent graduates or one year after, rn monthly payments Fraternrtres and sororrtres were organrzed wrth the first Amerrcan colleges Trey uere for the most p 'ded greatly to the students A student Jorns one of these socr tres aft r he has been rrshed The group wrch rs rushvng a stu dent decrdes upon wh ther rt wa rts hrm or not by hrs conduct durr g the rushmg perrod and hrs rec or' n the past Many unrversrtres have offered extrnsron courses to those students not able to attend college regular ly Th state unrverstes have rl velop d thrs course wth a sp cral staff of rnstructors Many cours s are offered espec ally rn ag rcul ture ard engineering The mathematrcs teach r gave a brrght boy a problem rn algebra to solve Although rt was v ry easy, he coudnt do rt You ought to be asham d f vourself sard the teacher your age George Washmgton was a surveyor Yes, and at your age he w presrdent of the Unrt d States And now for the favorrte N Club ballad Athletes may come, athletes may go, And fade as rn a dream The horsedy rs the best of all Hes always on the team Brll I know a dog worth 317 000 ' Eddy How could a dog sa so much?" SENIOR CLASS 1929 Ton raw ran ro rrgrr wrrma sarsrrndr Bess1eSr1msrt E 01 s haarr- Marre Webster Meta wncrrankc Arrane ara ed Barrr wana 'xrarare raw ren ra rrghr rua srnrrrr srarra zrem w1rr1a 111 Stacker Grace craenward Herbert Thcrraansea rrace mrrh Bo rom row rn to rrght Eraer ware Howard srackarcrararrca Thalke Narraarr srrrarrgaaky Jana sarraarrar rzarr Ulrrch TOP ROW WILMA SCHMIDT Mome Speech Play 3 He es to the grrl who n rther s oops ro conquer Nor np toes to be sean BFSSIF' STIMART B ss E tered from Whrte Lake Sch ol Z6 Hrgh Forensrc 2 The m ldcst manners and rh genrlest heart DITH SCHNIF1 LFR I-'dre Y yballl 2 Dbrtcf 'trff 3 4 Ph o Treasurer -1 Glee Club 1 2 Play 4 Rotary Luncheon Class Her though src many her words are few Bur you can never rcll what she wrll do ur sk tball 1 2 Tr ck 1 o .rll 1 y Z 3 4 Vc Pr srdent 3 Forensr 3 Glee Club 1 2 Num rals 1 2 and Chenrll 2 Rotary LJ cr 1 two IN s An all around good sport rs she Wrth a charmrng personslrty MFTK WITCHONIKF Bobby ck 3 Vollcy ball 1 G A 'ce C ub 4 Opcretta 4 A Her harr rs golden her eyes are blue It surelv rs ra symbol that she rs true ARLONIE STAFFIELD r cc C ub 1, 3 Op retta 3 e never heard her speak rn haste her tones were always sweet We cannot rep al the erghteenth mcndment We would not be able to put the old saloons back on the corner anymore, because the fill n statrcns are there BFRYL WATTS Blackre Basketball Z Volley ball 1 Z D bate 4 Asst Manager 2 For rcl 2 1 2 Pr dent 3 Vrce Presrdent 4 Glee Club 1 3 Orchestra Rotary Luncheon 3 Madrson and Oshkosh musrc contest 1 A ,ar aaad scout ,art arrmfar of pep MIDDLE ROW IDA SMITH Chrp y Track 3 Glee Club 3, Numerals 3 Op etta 3 Har W ys ana ways ar pleasanrnesa STFI LA ZIEM Buttercup Vollry ball 2 A qua-1 nature has she Bur rhc genrlesr heart Vt ILLIAM STACKER 1 Football 3 Track 2 3 Cap To gwe hrs statement s forceful bang When words fsrl Brll he uses slang GRACE GREUNW ALD Basketball 1 2 Volley ball Hockey 1 2 Phllo 1 2 3 pr ctta3 GAA 1 2 Glee C'ub2 3 12 H r marchreaa frankness we adorn 'rha rraarrasr grrr we asw HERBERT T1-IERMANSEN Hack Ba k tball 3 4 Football 3 4 N Clr b 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 4, Phrlo 1 Glee Club 1 Numerals 1 2 Trrs dent of Class 1 Rotary I n heon 2 State Basketball tournamrnt 3 4 We lrke hrm cuz he krnda sorts Makes s feller lrke hrm GRACE SMITH Grass Vollev Ball 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 Nlumerals 2 Honor Roll Speech Play 4 Operetta 2 3 sh., arway. game fan of ran A rayar frrea ara everyone I yor dont lrke thrs you can ' mp rt sard the warter as she tossrd over a bowl of granulated sugar C, EXT A' Prckets Pool Room ,,. 'A Burns, Students Left Homeless' Page Three BOTTOM ROW FLMFR WOLF Buster A studrous boy wrth a nrce appearance wha grves to raraa strrct adherence HOWARD STACKER Stack Basketball 3 4 Track 2 N Club 4 Cub Staff 3, 4, Forensrc 1 2 3 4 Prcsrdent 2 Secretary and Tr asurer 3 Class Presrdent 4 Clas Play 4 Honor Roll Rotary Luncheon 2 State Basketball tournament 4 Ever a frrend zo all da good r spar rn s crow Neve qurts before the end never rs too loud CLARENCE THALKL Legs Football 3 N Club 3 4 Fore-rr c 1 2 Numerals 1 Sp ech Play But rt rs rs serrous thrng To be such a tall tall boy NORBFRT SMONGESKY Smoky Entered from St Norberts thrrd ear Cub Staff 3 4 Phrlo 4 Speech lay 4 My memory rs currously accurate rn some respects JOHN SCHNELLER Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 4 Ca t Track lubl 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 Foren rc 1 Glee Club 1 Numerals 1 lass Play 4 Vrce Presrdent of lass 2 Honor Roll Rotary vncheon 3 Boxrng 4 State Bas etball toumament 3 4 Athletrc ssccratron 2 4 Presrdent 4 Stu ent Councrl 1 Frrst rn football first rn fun F11-sr rn the hear-rs of the countrymen EARL ULRICH Entered from Fremon 3 Rotary Luncheon 3 Sometrmes hcl quiet some trme: hes not In busrness mutter u he I n sure shot Yaaaa aah' I wanna go to the how and see the lady get sawed n half " Sush, now Isaac vart tn to morrow and yo r can see mama get her face lrfted Mother G rald you ve been a n'rr.ghty boy Go to the vrbrator and grve yourself a good shakrng BUSY SENIORS Hovrard Stacker, presrdent of the Senror class, has been actrve rn outsrde actrvrtres throughout hrs four years rn Neenah hrgh school Besrdes berng a promrnent figure rn extra currrcular events he has qualrfied hrmself as a student, be mg one of the srxteen students on the honor roll He was a member of the Forensrc socrety four years 'Ie has worked on the Cub staff for two years He played on the basketball two years and was a member of the track team one year He attend the Rotary lunch con and was rn the Class Play John Schneller John Schneller has drstmgurshei hrmself both rn hrs school work and outsrde actrvrtres He has been a member of the football basketball and track teams Durrng hrs four years rn school he has belonged to 'the Glee Club, Forensrc Socrety, Athletrc Assocratron and the Stu ldent Councrl He was vrce presr dent of the class rn hrs sophomore year, attended the Rotary Lunch eon when he was a yunror and was rn the Class Play Marre Webster Marre Webster has been very actrve rn grrls sports She has played rn the class basketball track, volley ball, and field hockey teams She has won two Ns She for four years She has also been a member of the Forensrc socrety and the Glee Club She also has attended the Rotary Iuncheon Iearrette Br sex Jeanette Bessex rs another who has shown herself actrle rn outsrde actrvrtres She has been on the class track and volley ball teams She has been a member of tlfe Phr lomathean Socrety and Glee Cr b She was one of the contestants rn the drstrrct commercral contest rn her sophomore year She attended the Rotary Luncheon was on the Play Kenneth Krtchrn Kenney Krtchrn has been promr nent rn many outsrde actrvrtres He has been a member of the Phrlo mathean Socrety and the Glee Club and Orchestra He debated on the school team for two years, and worked on the Cub stall' for three years He attended the Rotary Luncheon and has taken part rn several operettas, the Speech Play and the Class Play Ruth Sawyer Ruth Sawyer has played on th class basketball volley ball and track teams She has debated for two years and has been on the Cub staff one year She has also been 'I member of the G A A, Foren src socrety and glee club She at tended the Rotary Luncheon, and was on the honor roll Wrllram Rather Wrllram Rather general man ager of the Cub, has been on the Cub staff three years He has al so been a member of the Phrloma thean Socrety, Glee Club and Or chestra He won hrs numerals rn football Mrnrster Thats a bad quarter th plate Voung man Grllespe Thats all rrght The I' athens wont know the drffer L. 0 , , , 1 1 I I - . . . 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THE CUB rpm OUR SENIOR CLASS 1929 USS Mia FILES 1 157' Have you enjoyed QOH! high chool days" Why" MV four yean of hxgh school lave been four years of real peasure Of courfe, It meant a great deal of hard sxork and the Qhoulderm of much xesponslblhty but I beheve thls only added to the Jo men It wx wortn gmngf to high School Juit for the :omal contact and the fr ond: I made The time has passul so rxp dh I can hardly realxze th'1t I am about to graduate It wem: on 5 a few short months ago that I entered ,Q L xv ulclnt mln n.m 0 gm all over agam I cant really high chool ab a fxeshman Al recall any other mme lh my hfe that hai glven me me much plexs ure as the past four xeam I know that none of the semors wlh forget Neenah Hxgh Mane Fuenhsel Yes, I enjoyed these few yearG spe xt m high Qchool Bewxdes tak mg w1th me a volume ol practxcal knowledge I .am aleo takmg prue legs fnendshlps Perhap these fnendshlpi the the basw of any students emoyments as for me I can frankly say that txvy were enjoyment And last, but not leait, IS the everlastmg xmpreskxon left to me by the teachere, thoQe tea h have so pat en n wxs ly chrected our rough courses Without the frxcndshlp of x y km low students and the dc lrqlue L ntacts wlth my t achers 11 :lays spent at cmol would have been mythlng' but plcaaax t Jeanette Luebbm Ya' Sure' From the first to the last day of school hfe my hfe ms be n n the hands of ne teacher or another but dwca dwg all these unplesant iactx mx Yugi school day: have been very enJoy U e I have enJoyed my four years m hxgh school because Ive had lots of people to argue w1th Dorthy Dubois I certainly have enJ0yed my hugh school days, because I had good pale and true fI'1EIlllS Of course studies sometimes mterfer ml bu then that obstacle was edu y over come by comprommng studymg a certam amount of tlme and emuy mg a hfe not hmxted by hund Lrlw of rules and regulatlons, common to every school of our type I am sorry to be leaving my fnends but as for leavmg QC mol I cant sxy untll after I hav been away Laura Fahrcnkr.1,f: Have I emoyed my school days" Ycs I have I small alvnys look upon those four years w th m Ll pleasure and amusement I have learned that there IS a gxeat dxf ference between th lyoma and a clxfferentxal that .nr has welght that a m st e on thu earth comm from t1e Q n There are thmgs I em yed lm mensely At a basketball game I managed to SITIZC alt hom th crowd one of the faculty members just to watch hlm cmew gum T :lt m the mam room at 3 30 to watch certam couples waw anfther thmg I hke to do Cub Staff on Monday and Thursday n1ghtQ for the past two years have me ui cxent reasons to get out more than twice a week Yee, I to believe I thoroughly emnyed my high school days Marguerxte Damelson Lon mued on Page 5 Tow row eh to m.hl wendolyn Brevlmger Karl Ca nner George Bnrmmgham Dorothy DuBoxs Raymond Call rue o nl Boelter hrmrua Doane N1 due left to r gh: 'vlmlha Fnher Laura Drews F len fhns!oHerson Hester Farmakes Laura Fahrenkrug Pwr: V echse' Jeanette Br-Hsex Ksthenne Brextung Boltom row vit. to nhht 'Vhlhcent Exse ach Mildred A P al 'Xnders n Ethel Cook Marguerite Damelson TOP ROW IAURA DREWS KATHFRINIE BREITUNG GWTNDOIYV BRFYLIIXCFR Foxenslc 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Kate Gwrn 7 3 1 Numemlel Operattix Z 'Z gub qtaff 4 Philo 2 Glee, Club Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Cldw lay 4 Honor Roll Op retta 9 A regular .sport always ready no rake a chance ea httle shes cute and how she can dance KARL GAFRTNER Cullcy k tbal 3 Trac u 2 -1 Glze C -1 retiry Tre xsul 1 4 N A A Bas ketball 2 Pr:-sxdent of Class 3 R.1t'uy Lunnheow .J St xte Taurna ment 3 4 Suze doesnt always count V011 le! u nk xt does gust look at me GEORGE B1hV11N!GHAM Buisey Basketball manag r '3 Ph1lO 1 n 2 lm a self made man DOPOTHY DU BOIS Dott1e Staff 1 G A A 1 'wurrr 7 Forensxc 4 Treasurer 1 NTumexalH 1 Commercial Con Orche tm 2 'S -1 Hon R Pcvary Iuxcheon 2 Sp sch Play 3 lf ever a hear: were made of gold Thus lassxes ns nf truth be wld P YNIOND FALI MEIFR Ray Football 3 4 'XI Club 3 -1 Or Lu 12 Qpcech Play 1 Class PI'xy Adv rtmng Manager Someumen I lust an and thunk And sometxmes I just smt and blmk I OX AL BOFI TFR Augle Football Manager 4 Numera s '3 A lntle w rk a lor f pay Al ays seemed to FAH his day XIRGINIA DOANE Dlckey f'u 4 G 1 2 1 P Cu -1 Ivumerals 2 Honol Roll a 2 2 No maner what the world h 1 O as 0 nay It never can lad Vnrgnma astray 'VIIDDI E ROW MARTHA FISCHER Fntered from Appleton Qc-'Woo High Martha hasnt been here a very long time But all thus year shes surely clone Hne A sensnble gm um mme mm And her :mum she doe, newer mm HELEN! CHRITOFFERSONI Frltzxe ew ball 2 Phllo 1 2 3 2 3 Gee C 1 2 mcra7s 'S Comm rual Lonteit 3 n r Sp ec P ay o hrv Lu L-Heon 1 Clvs Sfcrotary ueasurer 2 du oulxon thats sweet cl nd an sou A gm I ve all love to have around HFSTER FARMAKES HEQQIG P 1 Z 'S 4 rxcml contest 2 Honor Roll R0 tary Luncheon 3 Rare compound of oddny frohc and fun who can when B Joke and mme m the fun LAURA FAHRENKRUG Lolly Basketball 2 Trackl 2 Volly Z Debate Z 3 4 Philo 1 i I hee Pres1clcnt'i Numeral: 2 Claw Plav 4 Honor Roll Ro can Luncheon 3 shes cheerful wxllmg and clever too There .snr a thmg :hm Laura cant d MLXRIF FUFCHSEL 'Vhckey Bwsk bull 2 Debate manager F H Q ff 2 Fnen 1 Proud nt '41 Numufxl: 1 Commer ual Fonts t 3 Rrmry Lunnheon I X xleclutorlm Of -:udwe took she most care and heed B word spoke ,ne mm than was need Nm EANIFTTE BESSEX BPQQQX ack 1 2 ev ball 1 Fhllnl 2 3 4 S Cretan 3 Glee Clubl 9 3 4 Vlce President 4 'Numerali 1 Commercial Contest Honor Roll Qpeech Play 4 Ro tary Lurcheon 'S Class Plav, 0 cr tal 2 '3 Tomorrow will come whats the hurry? I wxll do xt then so why worry? fwkmx . Page Four 2 3 4 Commercxal Contest 3 she fakes the world M ,he and, lr and laughs as she goes As 3 result her fnends are many and few are hu foes H n r Roll BOTTOM ROW MILLICENT EISENACH Nae Basketball 1 Glee Club 3 Ops-1etta3 4 Track 1 Volley ball The more you know her The better you hke her MIDRED AGER Forenixc 2 Numerah 2 NCL too ser10u.! HO! to gay But a very me gun m every way PEARL ANDERSON Lubby Bask tball 2 Honor Roll Sxlence us n vxrtue of the wxse JACK BABBITT Twist E1trred from Menasha High Sc 1001 3 Track 2 3, 4 Cub Staff Hes modest and quxet but m spate of all Hes a frxend of many and lnked by all CARL BREAKER Skmny Cub Staif 2 Rotary Luncheon 3 HH B an. na mn nd ,nm swam never worry mm ETHEL COOK lm Basketball 2 Track 1 2 ha 1 2 Hockev2 G A A 0 nsc 3 -1 Wumerals 1 Cp ech Play 3 Volley 1 2 Held by sxmphcnty chvme She pleased and never tned to shme MARGLERITF DANIELSFN Marge Basketball 1 2 Vollev ball 1 2 Cub Staff 3 4 Phllo 1 Txe-.insurer 3 GAA 1 Numerals 2 Commercial Contest 1 gal A regular sport B fine old A .-mmm pal than Mafqueme to rlfe Early to bed and early keeps your room mate from mg your tles Wear By Vlrgmla Koepsel It was appxoxnmdtnlv twelve xeus ago do you remembu 'V I nd: x 1 kmg, air. the kmdergarten and ,J am' behold' I Saw 'N S Kuet t He was buxymg hw feet m t 1' mnd bJx and was 6111051112 a s n bath Then, .as I walked on I came m contact wlth Theodore lx nkex who was tlwng to decule whpthu 01 nut he really should at t rl thx Mr-nashx Thulin which ww a h'1b1t of hls to vlslt fre qx t w b cauhc h hnl the lm es Qxon that more good was darned fum Nlumshas shoxu fm fact t'1exe s stvll some attnutlon therej Further on down the Qtxeet I was a'tractLed by a long lme of g,1rIs and bovs, whlch at Hrst made me thmk that they were being march ed off to the reform Hchool, but up n lYlW9Stlg'3tlIlg I clxecovered that lt was only Ruth Sawyer El len Hogenzon John Schneller, Herble Thermanien and many oth er happy boys and glrls of our class lndulged m the once popular game of leap frog, btxll there xx an more to see, and my only regret 11 that I cannot tell you every thmg However I d1d see Vlulet Pvpe and helda Raehl makmg mud ples anrl actually Qellmg' them to the smaller ch1lc'ren nf the nelgh borhood for a penny or 10 png. WIoQt of their financial profit seem ef! to stand out In p1IlS Then one of the mcmt pfzpulfxr ments of the years occurred T be exact lt was the wear 1923 'Nlarch Gth Laura Fahrenkrug Magma 1:1 reached her 12th blrthday In hon or of the occaslon, she gave a brthday party at her home on Lake street A dehclous luncheon was s rvvd .after whlch post office was played and a sp vndxrl t me hld by all John Schneller was there too and bemg one of the bxgger asslstance to the gxrli m every ww that he found poislble Just four years ago our Semor Class entered high school We gazed around ln the hilli with a ort of bewlldered look but after b comlng acqudlnt d wth thc teamhers a d the w ws of the school we concluclr-cl that xt was not Juet the bUlldlTl2 that made the school, but the students m lt We seemed to be gripped w1th a rleure to star out m the rlght Wu W declded that If we evel hoped to rhx wc Succesx that lmluxtrx ihould be app'1ed rxght m the beglnfllflg' Nntlce Wai glven that a claw meetmg was to be held ln the phyarcw lecture room and at that meetmg we were to choose our cha s officers Our selectlon of of fic rs mrluded Prosulent Herbert Thermanien Vlce President and Secretary Troaiurer Xlolet Pope Our colors wme Lhos mn by A 'standing vota Purple and wh te were chosen 04' courge we werent vs-rv well cqufurted so the chase preild nt rlfc ded wlth the aid of hw claw mates, that a dance should be nonsmred for the purpose of get ting the bashful students anquamt 'e most assuredlv owe our fl' f' Y tw tmchere for show mg u'1 our first dance stem' After we conquered the hop waltz the other steps seemed to come wlth 'lttle effort As mme passed the dvbaters Laura Fahrenkrug Kenneth Kltch en Edith Schneller and Ruth x r Q fy-ed to set a zoo: ex ample for all of ui Inltl8.t1V9 Contmued on Page 5 i" '- 17 1 , . 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THE CUB Miss l inquisitive l Contlnued from Page 4 The malorlty of my hlgh school days havent been merely excltlnf' days but qulte llvely days M freshman and senlor years were most lnterestlng, perhaps becaus of the novelty of comlng lnto hlgl school and then that of leavlng It Just the some, blgger and better th ngs are more lntercstlng, so m for the cold, cruel world Jeanette Schmereln Yes, I certalnly have enyoyed mv hlgh school days I have met oo dles of classmat s that have add much to my enJoyment Yes and teachers too- They tell us tha our hlgh school days are the be t ln llfe, lf we only knew lt and now that Im looklng for a Job I thlhk so myself Grace Smlth Have I emoyed hlgh schoo 2 Well I hop ' I couldnt have had more fun lf I had hadthemeasles VRHYV Thats an awful quest on to ask a senlor Why not plck on the frosh"'l Oh well I lov to work tblahlj Im crazy about studylng tanother blahll and I am perfectly batty about physlcs ttwo more blahslj Serlously sp akm I guess I have enJoyed It becaus of thc klds, teachers lncludcd I uppose thats what I wlll mlss next year Edlth Schneller In hlgsl school t ere IS som tlvng dollg all the tme If lt snt a danc ltS a partv or mee I so fc SOCISIY All thls ls mryabl The teachlng st fl' and the meth d of teachlng mak s th chool llfe of any student enjoy hle Th to cl-lers are wlllng tl glVe you hclp at any tlme A'lv person that doesnt enJov hlgl school has no buslness to come Edward Larson I enjoyed my hlgh school days because at the same tlme that we gfocd tlmes Op rettas, danc s plavs and assemblies made you f el s t otgh you could work after enjoylng yourself I golng through hlgh school, and the four years wlth your dlierent class mates made hlgh chool most en Joyable Gertrude Kuther I st now I hate school, but I guess I dd hke lt untll spr ng came I'll never, never be thrllled as I was th fi st day of school when I was a freshman I thought It was Just perfect A't r that year I could hardly walt untll I was "stuck up senlor I thought It would b wonderful to go around snubblng the frosh and scphs Somehow lt dldnt work out One day a freshman told me that she was so surprlsed to learn that I wasnt a sophomore Im avlne lt after all these years of study and hard work trylng to cultlvat a real, genulne sup rlor lty complex' Hester Farmakes H r- I fnyy d mv hlgh schoo days? Y s I thlnk I have Thele l ve been tlmes thatl thought that to be away from school and stud les and the troubles assoclated wlth them would be perfect but I rn s h are dlfllcultles ln cv rrythlng I have enJoyed some of the studles, cspeclally speech, Eng llsh and hlstory The athletlc contests, the many hollday pro grams, the dances, and most of the general assemblles were also especlally enjoyal le Wllma Schmldt I QENIOR CLASS 1929 Tnp row left to rl ht Alfrelda johnson Bernlce Han en Ruby Hauser Meron Kuhr Vlrglnla Koepsel Elnabeth rlohnberger Mlddle Row lef o rpht Elen Ho enson Verna Lenz tsertrude Kuether Mlldred johnson Pearl Jensen Racnel I or-d Robert Grlleaple Bottom row left to ht Theodoe Kllnker N 5 Kuettel Mltchell johnson Edward Larson John Hewltt Paul Grogan Harvey jorgenson 'ron Row nlrvw JORGEN ON Al.FRl-:IDA JOHNSON Hub Stl'f1234Pho Jlmmls 3 4 Vlce Pr sldcnt 3 Glee Club BH kcfball 2 VOUCY bllll 1 9 3 4 Vlc Presldent -1 Op retta 3 Honor Roll 4 S 905 Play 2 ln hor srudlss shs outdoea many Bs: ss s fnsnfl shes nor excelled by any BERNIICE HANSEN Beanle Club 2 3 Operctta Wherexer she goes shel have her fun Knows many o ,oke and many s pun RL BY H ANI SON Tooty Hes nelther shy nor bold mply sslf possessed MEPON KUHR Mac N mcrals 2 Operetta To he nlso to all .s qlnss an art And Lnderstood by hor klnd heart V 'ICINIA KOEPSEL Koep e Bask tball 1 2 Track I 2 Vol ley ball 1 2 Hockey I Phllo 1 2 GAA I 2 Glee Club l Numer s 1, 2 Sp ech Play 3 Hlklng I Hlgh Freshman Hlker, 3 Varslty Strlpes ons whose sunny nature spssks for nsslf FLI7ABETH HOHNBERGER Betty G e C b 2 3 Numerals 2 loner Roll Sp ech Play 3 Oper a 2 Rotary Luncheon 2 Sure ln her knowledge of whats t b don o e e Decmve and thorough rn work and ln fun Mr Pautz What are you sh v crlrg for? Chrs I Just get zero ln exam wen Why dldnt you answer my letter"' H I dldn t get It wen Dldnt get It H No and besldes I dldnt k some of the thlngs you sald ln It n No slnner nor no sam: perhaps But well the very heat of chap: MIDDLE ROW ELLENI HOGENSON VERNA LENZ A klnd and gentle heart she had And wlth thls common sense GERTRUDE KUETHER Gerty GAA 1 2 3 GleeClub1 2 3 Nul lcrals 2 Op retta 2 umple rnsnness all the secret hes MILDRED JOHNSON Mllly Numerals 1 Hof other ways have won our hearts PEARL JENSEN Jlmmle Op r tta 3 Glee Club 1 New grave now guy but never dull RACHAEL LA FOND Ray Ba ketball 1 2 3, Tra k I lfollly ball l 2 Phllo 1, 2 3, G A 1 2 Gee Club 4 Presldent Numerals 2 Class Play Speech y 3 Operetta 4 Hsr swsnklrng eyes hor ready sl-nlls Make lrenchy welcome all the whlle ROBERT GILLESPIE Debate 4 Cub Staff 1 2 Phllo 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 4 Speech Play 2 Operetta 2 4 Rotary Luncheon 2 C-ood arucles are put rn small cases Jack She asked me to klSS her on elther cheek John Whlch one dld you k s her on"" Jack I hesltated a long tlme between them ...A -C-49-if Page FIVC BOTTOM ROW THEODORE KLINKER e N AA Track 3 Orchestra 4 He s one of :hs boy. Youll always ana mslnng none N S KUETTEL 'N S lutatorlan, Rotary Luncheon 2 Hon Scholarshlp from Eagles 2 Hasnt b en abs tnt or tardy for seven y ars of school He had not tlme for gurls or game An honor dlploma was hrs arm MITCHELL JOHNSON Plnky Basketball 2 3 4 Capt 4 Foot ball 3 N Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Numerals 2 Hass Play, Boxlng 4 State Tournament 3 4 l-ls wss not merely s slnp olr sh. old hlosls on the old hlosls nsslf EDWARD LARSON Eddle F rcnsc 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 4 Buslness Manager Speech Play lslc could ,oks for s month Laugh for s year hos srgos forever JOHN HEWITT Jack Football 4, Track 3 Debate 2 3 N Club 3 4 Cub Staff 4, Phllo 2 3 4 Presldent 4 Class Pla Speech Play 3 Rotary Luncheon He s a fine lad tall and :hm Stud es never worry hlm PAUL GROGAN 'Pete Basketball 4 Football 3 4 N Club 3 4 Cub Staff 3 Phllo I 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Numerals 1 Class Play Speech Play 4 Oper etta 3 State Tournament 4 Hrs hon rs dark and curled to sssy He camps all the glrls that come hls way Just A Hmt TIS great to behold slghed he as he vlewed the Pyramlg Whereat she snuggled closer and whlspered ln hls ear ' 'Tls greater to be held Mother Mlcky, why can yo be good'7" Mlcky Well good for a nlckel Mother For shame, you ought to be good for nothlng, llke your father " mother, Ill be Gettysburg Modermzed One score and seven years ago the cltlzens of Nleenah bullt on thls lot a blllltllllg and called It Klm berly Hlgh School, whlch was con celved ln carnestness and d64llC8lG ed to the proposltlon that all stu dents are creatcd to work You are now on the verge of leavlng, the old lnstltutlon, a most beautlful school on the bla Maln us Dlaggus and you have tested thls school and find that lt wlll undoubtedly, long endure You sl c about to take your place ln Ilfe by stlrtlng at the bottom thanks to youl loved parents you are able to do thls and get away wlth It It IS altogether flttlng lld vroper that you should do thls But ln a lesser sense, you cannot talry, you must be on your way you have stayed here, some of you two years some four years, and some as many as SIX years The brlght students, llvlng and dead, struggled here to get As whlle others were constantly on the verge of falllng The town will llttle or not long remember what they sald here, but anyone wlth common sense cannot forget what they dld here It IS for us the graduatlng class of 1929 to be here on these planks lor thls last tlme to express your atlt de and thanks to the teach ers who gave us l0s lnstead of :9s that we mlgllt be gottxn rld of We are now golng out, and we ,,o wlth t1e solrlt that the whole gradllatlng class lS backlng us to the sky llmlt and would be wllllng to donate a dlme lf we return home broke Agaln I rep at the words that we should b sorry to leave our beloved professors who have made everythlng so unplc sant for us Tl school shall not perlsh from the eaFth CCkssWias Contlnucd from Page 4 really seemed to stand out qulte promlnently as far as our ne ds were concerned, and It was none other than the debators that polnt ed out our weak polnts Durlng :ts four years ln hlgh school our class was very much l,llk.V8Il by the loss of three of ILS foremost members Ernest Schmldt who was one of our leadlng ath letes, and a splendld fellow Leslle Hogenson our class artlst, and Marle Phlllps, a glrl who possessed the sweetest dlsposltlon that any one could have Thelr deaths were deeply felt by all thelr classmates Mlss Dorothy Mathls was the glrls physlcal educatlon teacher, who started the glrls on thelr ath letlc career The talent of the Semors was shown ln the operettas durlng our four years stay Llterarv genlus was also a part of the class And last but not least, the class motto was chosen To thlne own self be 'true And, as follows the nlght the day Thou canst not be false to any man Shakespeare The thought stands out so v1v1d ly that lt needs llttle explalnlng to show the true personallty of our dear class of 29 Earl Mama, can I go out to l1lay" Mama What' Wlth those holes ln your trousers" Earl No mama, wlth the llttle boy next door . . . . f',:'-1'-?'l :'l ' , L l l 0 I ' , . . . . 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of edltor We now look lnto the pap r that, has lust been pat out and see a headllne on the sport p ge Her bert Thermansen the great spltball altlst has slgned a contract to play wlth Charlle Neubauers Chlcago Cubs at S10 000 a y ar H rb has payed wlth many famous teams mcludlng Emerson Houghs great nme On the next page are the clty 1 lprovements Loyal Botelter and Georg Blrmmgham have left for Zanzlbar Gwendolyn Breyllnger the not d phllanthroplst, has do not r S200 000 toward a home for absent mlndcd Qlraff In Parls we find Edlth Schneller managlng Amerlcan affairs ln the French government The crvstal now refus s to tell more untll lt has rec lved two dol lals SENIOR CLASS 1929 Top row left to nght I1hIMortenson Ahce Neubauer Imelda Muller Karl Kollath Edward Plank Ruth Olson julrus Davn Mlddle row left to rlght Jeanette Schmerem Stella Newman Arden Plath Rlchard Reldhauser Robert Mueller Vlolet Pope j nette Luebben Mar on Nelson amy Kenneth Krtchen TOP ROW ETHEL MORT NSON Morty Basketball 1 2 Hockey I 2 Cub Staff 4 GAA 1 Forcnslc 3 4 Glee Cub 1 2 3 4 Numeras 0 lcre ta 2 1 Ro ar Luncheon 4 The q le! kmd whose nature never varlea A LICE NEUBAUER Ally G A A 2 Forers c 'ln -1 rathe quret wlth not very much to say she rlwsys greets one rn the same rweet plerrrrrrg way KARL KOLLATH KBK Track 3 Debate marlagr 2 Cub Stall' 3 Forenscls I 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Numerals H s halr re hght hrs trorblee too Lets hope thev wlll fore er be few EDWARD PLANIK worth rs hat measured by me RUTH OLSON Tutu Volley ball I Her ways are -r wa s of peace JUI IUS DAVIS E n t e r d from Phllllns H QI School 1928 Sp cox Play 3 For every why he had rr who ers e MIDDIW ROW JEANIETTF SFI-IMEREINI Jenny Basketball 1 2 Cub Staff "I ro 1 2 'B G e ub I Presldent 3 Op retta 1 3 Hon r 0 S ll ay Rot YV Lurcheon 2 Qlll anl Sc oll 3 Secretary and Trcasurer of Cla s Why we ry: lrfr r me ,ho t What I ttle Brothers Shouldnt Do Let us take for a shnng etc ample Pudgey Breyllrger Wh n lack Hewltt takes Cw n homc from Freshman dances Pudgev conslderers It hls prlvllege and duty to act as chapcron H nobly refuse to leave the car untll Gwen does H thlnks Gwen wlll thank hlm for It when she IS more ma ture and understands thlngs better Boxcar Golden says that love IS that whlch a gxrl has when sh goes wlth a man who doesn't have a car Bottom w lft t nght l':Iward Lowe Lucrlle Rusch Charles Neubauer Ruth Sawyer Wrlham Rather Florence STELLA NEWMAN n ernment grrl rn many thrngl ARDFN PLATH Buck Speech Play 3 srsrr and ,sl y rr thus young lad ROBERT MUELLER Plow Boy some rrrrrr have llttle r .ry VIOLET POPE B sketballl 2 Track I 2 ol ley ball 1 2 Hockey 3 Numerals An rrrmrurhrrnr hrrlr lady .nd rr consclenuous student JFANETTE LUEBBFN Jean Cub Staff 3 Phllo 2 3 Glee Club 2 Numerals 2 Commercial rontest 2 Honor Roll Operetta 2, Rotary Luncheon 2 Engoymg hfe and studren too ls practlced by only a few M ARION NFI SON Mary I neak but lrttle that s enough Never do I shlrk or bluff BOTTOM ROW CHARLFS NFUBAUFR Charlle ot' all 3 4 N Club 3 4 retary and Treasurer 4 Cub Staff P o 2 3 4 Glee 1 4 Numerals 2 Speech Play 3 Oncrctta 1 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 Vlce Presldent of class 4 Handsome br-.yrrh always mee Lrlr r the grrlr let that sufhce Flrst lady Im a new nelgh bor of yours now I llve Just across the rlver Second Lady Really'l I hope youll drop ln S0m9tlm9 The typ wrzter makes lt easy to wrlte but lts Just as hard as ever to thmk h arm' vs, Page Slx RUTH SAWYER Tom Bask tball 1 2 Track 2 Volley b 1 2 Debate 3, 4 Cub Staff 4 GAA 1 FOYEHSIC 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Numerals 1 Honor Roll Rotary Luncheon 2 Class Secretary and Treasurer 4 Sure ln her knowledge of what u to be done De rrrve and thorough rrr work and ln fun WILLIAM RATHER Bl Cub Staff 2 3 4 Gen Mgr 4 Phllo 2 3 Glee Club 1, Numerals 2 Orchestra 2 3 Speech Play 4 Qulll and Scroll 3 Thev say hes far from bemg dumb FLORFNCE PANSY "Polly Basketball 2 Volley ball 1 merals 2 A helpmg hand here a happy smxle there Drrvee away sorrow banlahee care KENNETH KITCHEN Kenny Debate 3 4 Capt 4 2 3 4 Edltor 4 Phllo Presldent 3 Glee Club chestra 3 4 Operetta 3 Luncheon 3 Class Play Play 1 Boxlng 4, Vlce of class 3 Cub 1 3 3 4 r 4 Rotary 4 Speech Presldent Staff Kenny bubble: over wrth laughter and fun We wonder how he ever got so much done SPRING FEVER Ho' Hum' Oh gee' m lazy as heck I havent ambltlon to wash my neck, My halr ls mussed, my shoe strmgs undone, Don t want to work, all I want IS fun I Slf here starlng over my books Whlle teacher g1V9S me some dlrtv looks I gaze out of doors and dream a lot, Dont worry' Its Just spring fever Ive got l B cause ln 'l llttle whlle vou shall no longer see us lt IS rlght and just that we the Senlor Class 'lf' Ncenah Hlgh Sthool do make thls our 1'1st wlll 'md testament vhlle stlll n poscsslon of a sane rnlnd and now whlle vet ln slght of he shlnlng, pharos of the new vorld w the senlor class, wlll llst the varlous clauses ln our last testament To MHTVIH Sor nson are left all of Adelbert Blank s fond hopes for 'lh dlpdc-an glory on the cnlcular ndcr rec path To John Sturm and Pttc .lorgen scn are left the sundry flavors of gum stuck under th desks ln Fng llsh Room 4 To Herbert Fhlclt IS left all of Robert Muellers chances of belng valedlctorlan Robert GIIIBSPIE hereby leaves hls Enrfllsh accent and all hls drag wlth M ss Back to Jo B lsensteln Wlll Gordon Fhlers please at c pt all of Harvey Jorgensons good looks hls attractlon to the ladles, and hls phenomenal ablllty ln the Physics laboratory and lec ture room To June Seller, Jeanette Schmer em regretfully leaves Paul Mantz To Ernest Munch ls left all of Loyal Boeltcrs chances with the Freshmen glrls The boys of the Senlor Class ex tend thelr greatest wlshes, wlth a coupe of helpful hlnts regardlng better bllllafd playlng to Mr Or vllle Carey Gw dolyn Breyllnger especlally been aths her nymph llk form to Eunlce Larson To James Wrase and Romln Hauser IS left best wishes for blg ger and better nolses ln the mam To the Jumor Class the Senlor Class of 1929 leaves all the Joys and sorrows, trlals and trlbula tlons of belng a senior ln 1930 To be more speclflc we leave to the Junlcrs the exoerlen e of h trem 'nous posslbllltles of clerc anl the Mauretanla and the great happlness of wastlng a perlod of argulng about prohlbltlon and farm rellef wlth MISS Buck Some of the sorrows we leave to the Junlors begln wlth recelvlng D or F' for an exp rlment for wh ch they expected an A and end wlth the nccesslty of havlng to llsten to varlous p rsons talk on the merlts of thelr schools To the Sophomore Class IS glven the new hlgh school To the Freshmen the Semors leave Eenstelns theory to solve when they become senlors lS1gnedJ The Senlor Class Per Norbert Smongesky POPULAR SONFS The v getsble song In a Llt le Spinach Town That dirty song Muddy lla er That Scotch song The Best th ngs ln Llfe Are Free The song of falllng monarchs Klng For A Da That Dapro song Dago Wlld Slmpy Wlld Over Me Song of an anlmal Horses, orses Glve me a pound of lnsect powder Do you want to take lt wlth you"" Well yes You dont expec me to brlng the bugs here, do you " . . . . 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I I I ll I I I r t Z - Q- , ' fgz- "1-VI . 11515 - V - - If ..1..J.. - - r .7 "THE CUB" Cub taff Has Busy Year 0RGAN17ED IW 1897 BUT NOT ACTIVE UN'lIL 924 Tme fir t N enah Htgh School r ll d e N 111 H cnool ttmes was pnnted 1n 891 It was not complete how ver and lt was not untll 1924 hat the Cub n11de 1ts flrst ap 1 atance A that t1me lt ws s a xc y mall pape1 pproxlmately e1gh oy ten mches Tlns m1n1'1ture paper under the d1recto1 of G y o1d Loehmnsg lad that was was k1ow'n s fre hman sopno an a blweeky '1 changed to a b1 monthly 1926 the Cub grew to one 1nch ess 1n length than 1ts pres nt ze The ex ra nch was add d ms year, maktng a better look mg pap r Not only are the class s a th 115 of 'he past ut the fc w y 11 whch adcnt expr sscd h1s v1cws on a u J c Tns year the Cub st1rted out wth 37 members Thev are General Manager W lham Rather Ed1tor Kenneth Kttch n Copy Fd1to s 1Iargu r1te Jan el on, Ruth Sawyer News Edttor Ma1y Kruet er Sports Fdttor John Hewxtt Ass1stant Sports Ed1tor Charles Neubauer News Staff Jeanette Schme1e1n, Janet G11 Ingham Alfred Reet7, Mar1or1 Nlarty harvcy Jorgenson, Nor b rt Smongesky Clas R porters Sen1or Class Jack B1l1b1t Junxor Class Nl1rI1or1e San Sophomore Class Gordon Drews Freshman F11 s Grace And erson Typ1sts Ed th Schn ller V1r g1n1a Doane Fthel Mortenson Buslness Manager Howard Stacker Advert1s1ng Manager Toeppler Ass1stant Advert1s1ng Manager El Lowe Advert1sement Sollcltors mcs Schell FTBHCIS Olson, B11 Burns1de Advert1s1ng Accountant t Fahrenkrug A ss nt Advert1s1ng Account Paul Mantz C rcul'1t1on Manager Doro v Du Bo1s Fxch ng s Dorothy Brown M chan cal Staff Foreman He1nr1ch Gaertner Ass1stant Foreman Chester s Compos1tors Harold Rock nod Lowell Zabel Donald Palm ack There were three facultv ad sors M1ss Colony Mr RGPPE1 nd Mr Holzman Th1s sprmg some add1t1ons were made to the Cub stat? and new heads were el cted T e n wcomers are V1ola H llerman Helen Webster, Audr y Ra1che ln Meyer, Harry M1ller, MBTVIH Sorenson, Myrtle Bursteln L c1lle Esenhart, Dorls Wachholz and Meta Sxelaff The new heads elected were General Manager Fd Toep p er Ed1tor Mary Krueger ASSOCIHTB Etl1f0l' Marjone Sande x l l CLHSSTAFF To-1 Row left o rrght J Schmerem E Mortensen A l"eetz N Smo-tgeske C Nerbaaer j Gdlmgham G Orews c d Ro: C B1sel H R kwood H Gaertner R Sa yer J Hew tt A Fahrenk uf' F Clsen IITh1d PoBv IIY Doane C. Anderson D DuBo1s P Nlenz E Tocupler S Sverson M Sande Vl Damelsen M 'V H v a ey B tcm Row K Brertung E Schneller H Stacker W F '1 M1ss Colony K Knehm J Bnbbrtt M Krueger DEBATERS Too Row left to nah! Rober Nlott Do othv Wenbnn le -1 S1elaFV e :rude Larson Beryl Watts fe ter Row M155 B ek coach Robert G1llesp1e Alfred Reetz Kenneth Krtehn Mr Holzman eoneh Bottom Ro Laura Fahrenkr g Ruth Sawyer Albert I-'nhrenkrur Ed th Schneleler Cordon Bennett 'Vlnne Iuech I n-nna er no n Fah1erk us. New 'vlan er Alfr d Reetz Pr1nt Shop Manager Chest er B1sel On Iwoxcmb r 28 a group of chos n C b staff members attend cd an Ctl1t0lS conference at M1d1 son A 1 s1t was mad to he Unv sty and thy heard Pres1 dent Gl nn Frank spe k at a ban quct, g1ven for the members Those who went to 'VIad1son w rc 'VI1 and Mrs John Holz 1an, Wtlham Rrther, Kenneth KlfCll n Harvey Jorgenson, Mary K1u g 1 Ed Tocppler Jack He tt, Ch 1rles Neubauer, leanette Scv rson, Norbert Smongeskv Ed Lowc and Dorothy Du Bos O1 M y 20 a banquet for thc st ff mb r '1s cl Sc,1 of the Fox 2 atte11d1111.: Ths year the Cub los' an '11 Ame11c n '1t1ng f h W S P A by 1'1 pomts to 1,a1n a rst class ratxnc Next year the Cub lop s to m ke an all Amer1c1n ratlng 1n Joumal1sm Fh'r'rs Hello, hows your '1ose7" Jeanette S 0 shut uv m'1rty Fh ers Sos mme Its these b 1 e sprmf cod FTBATERS 131110 1 B A 1 ERS EVTERTAINED BY 'IHEIR TWO COACHES The d battrs count t ree VEH S 'IYIOHI CSP Cd Q ood t1mes ent t 11ed du n h s yfa bctcrc the conference sea on oocntd debat rs had a banou t upsc the Br1gad cab 11 The ro m W1 'mranged 1n e style 0 od I' lsh feasts Gordon Bennett was elected ptam of th 1929 0 de ate cams at a banquet held 1n the hlth school at 6 0 otloek Tucs d y ev nng Aprll 23 e IJ OKI m cons sted of t lk y Laura Fahrenkrug Edlth cbn ll 1 K nneth K1tchen B r y V1tts R bert G1llesp1e and NI1rc Fu ch ol manager, Ruth Sawyer was to1stm1stress T1e prog am closed w1th the clectmn of Gordon B nnett as next cap tam and a song wr1tten by Fdna Kcllath to the tune of P1ckles There were nmeteen people 1n trndance E eh persons place card was made wth the p1cture of the p rsons head on a com1 Page Seven Y BIG BANQUET cal body cut from catalogues G mes nd cards 11910 plav d Every one enJo1ed them selves It also was rumcred that Beans Holzman rec wed the un d1V11l0d attentlon of M1ss Buck St Peter Who IS there'l School Teacher s St Pete Get out' We dont wan any more school teachers M1ss D1eckho1T What d1d you have for lunch"' M1ss Jones Three guesses' M1ss D1etkhoH' No wonder you re hungry MISS Colony was responslble for t tlne the old news reporters proverb tn th1s new vers1on If a m n b1tes a hot dog that not news, but 1f a dog b1tes a man, why thats news F mous last Words I George Breylmger Say, do you k ep any mens toys'7" Mr Ballant1ne blame the two 1 afrnetlc poles Fd Lowe Blonde and bru nttte , 1 ' ' A 1 I 1 I 1' ' A- 1 Av l I 1 ,I 1 I. ... 1 2 L1 Q ' I, I, S I ,, ' , pxpc , ca r th 'Yep zh igl1I I I III I 3 II , I1 1 1 11 1 - 1 s ' 1 , 1 1 T2 ' 1 - , .1 I ' 11 11 I - I II l I ' 3 rf ' - I I 3- I . 12 ' . 1 - 1 3 ' t ' ' 'ap 1-r ' ' I f -, a " ' t 1 1 1' ' ' - - ' . 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I I II 11I 1I II .I I I I I 1 I I 11 I ,I II ,I I II I 'W lam , ' 5, l s." 9 '1' '- -" n'I -U ' I ' 11 Debaters Study Hard KC tt HES A N D STUDENTS VIAKE THIS XEAR A SUCCESS Three 1 r 11,0 the at1'1rma tve debate C11 c ns st d of Les le F'1dner, L u 1 Fahrenk1ug, John Hewttt anl 'tlyron Krueger 'lh net,at1ve o -1 ton Ihde Hen 1y Werner Ed t'1 Schn lled and Raymond Haak The good imc had and tlc work accom llshcd were sulTcc1t to cover llC loss of the deb tc season that yeat The year followl the afT1rma tve team cons1sttd of Myron ltru ger, Laura F:1h1c krug, ltcnn th Kitchen a1d Jack Hew The negatlx of El1th Sthncller Ruth Sawyer Howard K llett and Raymond Haaker Th1s years team lst bu one d hate, and th1s 1n 1h s m1 f1 It was a suc ts rul year the co ch s M1 s Buck and Holzman deserve much crcd ld S .XY s ye11 we had t o team 1n s r1ct league and wo 11 the lt guc Our te 111 won the ct champ onsl11p T s 1s s 4 r 1ate l 1p1on Dorothy s 16 a d the d a e D st1 tt m W 1ba1 Robert G1ll G den Bcnnett, 1nd c or NI t S91 o L rson Bervl Watts 11 oct 'Ihc S ate 1n c 11s stcd of L1u11 Fahrcn u Kcn1eth K1tcher n Al 1c t I 1l1rfnk ug, 'lllfl th nf a ' ve of Ruth Sawvt Ed1th chnellcr and Alfrtd R etz 1: lost h fhbxtes but mart ,11 1n Voed tra1n n ret IN d from 10 c n llf coaches me oues on clur1n1. the mst y ar 1 q " solvcd that the d1ret p c dop d 1n Vhs onsn 'ls means rlte ng UL1n1tcd S s ena n'l R presentatvcs 1n t tc ctfc The p st debate r s n m1y well be ca1s1dcre1l a was composed o G r ude 1d Robert 1ff 1 natlve UCL SS 11ter st 1n debate grew slrwy and pmgressed by J k How ev r lt has finally bcemt '1 for mally 1nst1tuted actn y 1n Nce nah h1gh school The aff1rmat1ve team of Nee nah h1gh school 1n 1924 21 was composed of Esther Jones, E ery Knudson, and Leshc Fadner The negatlve team was composed of Evelyn Coy Gayle rd Loehmng, chow The quest1on debated was Resolved that Cap tal pun sh ment should b abol s 1ed throughout the lJl11,Cd Statcs In the year 1925 the d hate teams were composed of H len Schlaprenhauf Ru sell Mtv r and Gaylord Loehn nf' '1Ff11m'1t11c, Howard Jers1ld My on 11 rase land Henry Malchow neg,a11e The qucstmn dcbated was R solved that the government reg late the lbor of p ople under 18 years o age Ncenah down ed Kauk una nd lost to Br1l hon on that questlon The questwn debated 1n 1926 was R solv d that W1scons1n adopt the 1n1t1at1ve and referen um The que-st1on for 1926 and 1927 concerned personal l1ab1l1ty 1n urance for auto owners Mr Hoh The next number w1ll be The ance of the Woodland Fa1r1es Sp d Sorenson Gee' Igust fi 1Sh94l playmg that one THE CUB Iumor Class Hlstory In the fall of 1926 thrs Hall of Learnmg, the Neenah Hrgh School, took into its walls one hundred and thirty seekers of knowledge W were greeen, and consequently we were placed in the freshman class It was bst suited for our needs At the first class meeting we elected Stanley Severson as presr dent Lobert Bell and Fthel Schnex der were elected vrce president and secretary and treasurer respectwe ly Not many reported for bask t ball or football Fmallv the first year passed and June then vacatron As we entered our second year of hlgh school, we began to feel that we were really a part of the school a deslre to be 1n xts actrv xtres took hold of us Marjorie Sande Emerson Hough and Louis Larson were chosen to lead us The hterary socletxes, the glee clubs and even the Cub staff found several sophomores takmg part m their 3Ct1Vlt1eS In athle tics the class of 30 began to shme Gordon Ehlers and Kenneth Nye received a letter ln basketball The other sports also saw some of us out We certamly cannot forget to mentron that grrls began work mg for therr N s In 192829 we experlenced a very successful y ar Our officers v re Gordon Ehlers presrdent, Al fred Reetz vrc president and Helen Schmvdt secreteary and treasurer The sp ech plays and the operetta showed some of our dramatxc talen Alfred Reetz Gordon Bennett Robert Mott Al bert Fahrenkrug, Dorothy Wen ban Gertrude Larson, and Meta Srelafl' represented us m fhhate James' Shga Elmer Quayle Ar thur V on, Leonard Neubauer Lobert Bell Joe Bersensteln Gor ddn Ehlers Kenneth Nye and Phrllp Hahl all proved valuable on Neenahs eleven In basketball we were represented by Gordon Ehl ers Leonard Neubauer, and Lob rt Bell Our track team consisted of Phrlrp Hahl Emerson Hough I onard Neubauer and Howard Olson In short this IS the hlstorv of the class of 30 Many thrngs could have been added to this hrs tory but we had to grve only the high spots of our hxgh school lrfe The details will remaln cherrsred memorres to us WE RE GETTING THERE The Fresh stood on the raxlroad track T e tra1n was gomg fast, T e Frosh Jumped off the railroad track An let the tra1n go past T e Soph stood on the raxlroad track, tram was commg fast Soph stood on the rarlroad track, An let the tram go past The Junior stood on the rarlroad track tram was comme: fast The Junror lay down on railroad track let the tram go past e Semor stood on the railroad track tra1n was coming fast, The tram Jumped off the rarlroad track And let the Senior go past Clarro T e The The An T e 6 JUNIOR CLASS 1929 Top row reading left to rrght E Jones G Hallock B jensen W McCoy M Wrlhums K Nye E. Toeppler E Munsche G Schultz I Clough S Seversen 1 Shes W S hn-ndt f' Hansen E Tyrell C Brsel F Olson M Peterson G Bennett A Fshrenkrug j Wrase E Hough W Buchholz F Becker A Armstrong D Chnstensen L Reykdsl G Stacker L Bell Is Smxth F Olsen P Msntz P Hshl H Olsen R Borehsrdt H Ehlert J Belsenstern Second row left to ruzht L Ersenhart E Marsh H Dener M Srelaff C Larson A Brrmrnghsm D Wschholz E Quayle A Reetz G Ehlers R Sommers Thrrd row left to nght R Mott F Bradrsh J GrllmgHam M Sande F Sehmrdt H Schmrdt V Drdncksen M ghnstensen L Asmus D Gottfned E Kohfeldt H H nebry H Kraus P Hart E Wrese D Olsen M Fnem G lohm Fourth Row H Webster E Foth K Murphy M Halverson B Rrchardson E Hogenson C Oberwerser R Hauser Seller A Rarche M Frednck T Nxles P Strey B Cowlmg B Marten D Bunker H Burr M Broemer E Schnerder D Wenbsn L Grsverson R Mott sen M Bloch A Dobberpuhl L Larson V Schwenn V Hellermunn W Hsufe JU IOR CLASS AUTOGR PHS Page Erght Jumor Class Socral Events The Jumor class took charge of two social events durrng the year 1928 29 The first was the Jumor nance, whrch was grven after the homecoming game The gym was decorated very cleverly with pen nants, denotmg the different teams in the football conference The gym was supposed to repre sent a football field Goal posts were set up and the floor was marked hke a football field A stunt, representrng a foot ball game between Neenah and Kaukauna was grven Grrls took the part of the members of the teams The Appleton Blue Jack cts Orchestra furnished the mu c The commlttee for this dance was compased of Helen Schmidt, Helen Burr, Helen Webster, Helen Henebry, Marran Braemer, Hen rxetta Krause, Lobert Bell Audre Rance, and Gordon Ehlers The next soc1a1 even given by the Jnrors was the Jun1oSen1or receptron on June 7 rn the Hrgh School gym The gymnasrum was decroated ln pmk and orchid and was very sprung l1ke rn appearance Commlttees for this party were Decorations Lobert Bell June Seller, Joe Belsenstem, Helen Schmidt Kenneth Nye, and Meta Srelatf Entert-unment Stanley Severson Albert Fahrenkrug, Eth el Schnexder, Maryorie Sande, and Gordon Bennett Refreshments Roth Mott Etta Krause, and Audre Ralce And last but not least, the clean up commrttee was composed of Gordon Ehlers, Philip Hahl Ira Clough, and Lowell Reykdall Busy Iumors The Jumor class rs Just brzm mmg over with busy folks There s Gordon Ehlers, the class presrdent, star cager, and next years football captain And hes as good a sport on the dance floor or m hrs class room as on the grid lron Meta Slelah' IS a good example of the Junlors pep She is an ex cellent athlete, a brxllrant dehater, a good musician, and a talented scholar Her love of fun and her happy drsposltron make everyone hke her Gordon Bennetts rrse to popu larxty was a record breakmg one Thrs rs hrs first year an Neenah Hrgh and we could almost wager he would get first ln a popularity contest here Gordon rs a very eloquent debater, too Audre Rarche, that vrvacrous, black harred, spraklmg eyed llttle French grrl certarnly comes rn for a mighty brg share of poplarrty, too Here, there, and everywhere at the same trme-thats Audre Who doesnt hke Stanley Sever son? He s Just one of the best all round good sports rn school He as full of clever pranks and trrcks fperhaps thats why he 15 so pop ularj, but he rs a very good stu dent too Then there rs the ever popular MarJor1e Sande Shes such a good sport and one can have Just the lovehest txmes at her parties She IS such a relrable character, too, and rf anythmg should be promptly and be done well, leave rt to "Marge" done why, . . . . ' A+ I . . , . . ' . . e ' . 1 A f . ef ' - ' H+ si . , , 4 , A , '41 ' rl-1 l.-- P. I . -l A .1-V I . , i I, .1 ' 'Z' Y ' . ' ' ' , 'Fifth row,lleIt to fight-B. stfey, ef Rasmussen, e. Foster, M. cams, R. wamsms. c. Neubauer. E. Kluu, M. Niel- . . , ' - , ' . . ' ' l ' ' 1 q i ' - 1 ' ' - ' ., ' . - 1 ' , , . , . 1 V 1 ' 1 yr , ' ' r 'f , ' u v l 7 - ' I ,"I.o 0 1 1 ' 1 1 . . . . 1 . 1 .. . . 1 11 , - 1 , le , 'A 1 - - ' . 1 l . , . . . . . . , . , . - - - t . , . 5 . 1 h ' - ' - . ' h . 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THE CUB CRYSTAL BALL As I gaze mto the crystal ball I see many mterestmg thlngs gomg on ln thls new and wonderful world I see a large arrport It IS crowded with people who seem to be trvmg the r harr est to g t close to a small young man standing b side a beautlful large aeroplan As I draw closer I r cognlzc thls good look ng man to b non other than Tod Barnes who has 3 st re turned from a lone Hght rourd the world I reme b r that h was m my class rn hwa but as th crowd IS so large that I hav n chance of gettmg near to hvn I move on down the road unhl I come to a small cottage set back from the road and surrounded with a hedge of lovely green bushes Some chlldren are playmg ID the yard, and as I pass the gate a flgure app ars ln the doorway It seems to recognlze me and comes runmng out to the gate Why It xs Dot Damelsenl I have not gone far when a car stops beslde me on the road Th people ln lt offered me a rxde to them that wall Inav We talk txmes, and I learn that they are relatrves of We of v s v the about her movles as Johanna Garbo Gretas namesake She IS playing wlth Wllford Jones who was under the name of John Gllbert the second It almost kvlls me so I ask th rn nf they know about any of Blanche s friends All they can tell me IS that Estelle Brown IS also m the movles under the name Lup Velez and IS playmg w-nth George Roh loff better known as Ronald Col man I get out at the next town, and after thankmg them for the n ce rrde I leave them only to turn around stumble over the c1rh -tone and fall lnto someone s arms I look up to find myself rn the street cleaners arms and lt 1 none other than Mux Jorgensen I talk to him for a few mm vtes and he tells me that Bunnv Kltchen IC dovng the same kmd of work that he IS and that rf I eo flown ple of blocks I Wlll probably see lm I decxded to do so but on my way I thlnk I wxll stop at a lxttlr stand on the corner and fre a n hot dog sandwlch I order xt and want whlle lt IS bemg fixed then as I look up tn hand hun the mon ey I realize that I am handlng my money to none other than Norrls 'VI :lsen In about a half hour I take It un agam and gaze mto xt I can see a large theatre The curtams have opened and they reveal a per feet Spanish dancer She 1s abso lutelv none other than Jean 'Vlathewson The next act IS nut on by ' Spud Sorensen and Herbv Ehlert I never knew that two people could act so dumb The audlence Just roars and one fellow stands up and starts smgmg God Save Our Klng Can you lmagme who that fellow 1s'7 Lenny Neu bavwr and no less Well the crystal ball seems to have lost lts magic so we will lav vt aslde untll next year at th1s trme mv destmatlon I tell I have none, but that I them at the next town a good deal about old Blanche Chrxstlansen nd belreve vt n not th course, I ask them all she has !r0t'en mto the SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 1929 BUSY Standing back row left to right N Koerwutz C Hallock E jones H Koerwxtz C Hogensen B Bu nude R Moser H Chrxatlanson L Stanton J Gnmea H Ehlers L Zabel H Luetke J Crmmmgs D Grogan R Pearson 'Vl Donovan M Fuhn G Meyer G johnson K Dretz L VlcClellan H Sehmrdt E Hyland C Chnshansen sher D Spoof R Barnes M Jorgensen J Hough N Mad E Thomsen Cnbson E Brown E Hollenbeck M Bxahop M Zachow Second row left to nght R Borchardt H Ehlert R F sen A Lester D Plucker NL Sxelali G Rohloff W jones Thxrd row left to nght D Damelsen B Chnauanaen N VI S h l H L h t E Co th V H dl M 5 e utz eng urs e e an er oren Fosrlh row left to nght M Banker E Knagga D Hel rman F Cottfned H Staffeld M Bahr F Hallock M OBnen I Gunther M Erdman E Zrem J Knudaon H K Fifth row left to nght M Caaperaon V HoEmun M Shultz S Nlapuck M Kuehl F Dnscoll L Raaen L Hceper E Hallock L Boehm Anderson M Harper H Forsythe G Robmaon C Schultz Seated First row left to right ,I Mathewaon H Schw nder E Davra M Callmexer A Reddm J Lenl E Hahn berger E Hebler Vl Rauach T LaFond B Fettera M M M Harson R Rusch Seated second row left to nght E Anderson R Lorry 1 Senhenson C Hanson C Nxelson H Caertner W Gr mes G Drews R Graverson L Kxtchen ISOPI-TOMURE CLASS Al TOGRAPHS Page Nme SOPHS Everett Thomsen Tommle IS an all around ath lete He earned a letter ln foot ball thrs year, and was a member of the flrst squad ln basketball He also was on the track squad Wzlbert Jensen Scut earned a letter ln foot ball and played on the second team m basketball Marks Jorgensen Muxre IS also an athlete He camed an N A A m football and p ayed on the second team ln bas ketball Mux IS also a member of the track squad He was PIESI dent of the class thls year Howard Schmxdt Smltty IS a well known bas ketball player He played on the 'nr t squad tlus year Gerald Johnson Fat played on the second team m basketball and also eamed an N A A m football Ronald Barnes 'Tod played on the second team IH basketball and was on the foot- ball squad loseph Hough Soph debaters Thls was hrs sec ond year 1n debate work He al so played on the second team m basketball, and won second m the 220 low hurdles at the Kaukauna track meet Alb rt Lester Al won first ln the mlle at the Kaukauna track meet Gordon Drews Gordy has been on the Cub Staff two years and wlll hold a good posntxon nevt year 'VI cha l Donovan Mlke won thlrd ln the A80 yard dash at the Kaukauna track meet Nlorrls Madsen Madsen was vlce president of the Sophs thxs year He also has been one of the school cheer lead ers for the past two years Clvtford I-Iogensen Clif' rs the class artxst H makes beautiful posters and maps I-Ie made some of the maps and drawmgs that the debate team used th1s year Lawrence Kltchen Bunny has the dlstlnctlon oi bemg the smallest boy 1n the Soph class George Rohloff George had a cast part In the peretta Plckles Remember Rumsk1'l Thelma LaFond Laf was the sectretary teasur r of the class thxs year Naomv Grbson Skmny rs a champion ln sports and an all around Kld Shes one of the tlcket sellers ln the class Fdna Kollath Edna rs another one of the Sophs best debaters Shell be debatmg on a regular team next year Margaret Schultz Mugs had a cast part ln the 0 retta Pickles Remember her as Lor1sa" MZTIOU Marty Marty has been on the Cub Staff two nears now She also takes an actxve part 1n Glee Club work and sports 'Vlarxon Myhre Fat IS good rn sports and takes an Interest rn all school vents She takes an actxve part m Glee Club work Grace Neablxng Grace IS a champxon m all the gurls' sports She stars ln bas ketball, hockey and track I vl V. , I - , I, . ,i . H.. Vt? ,..., .V . ' I I v o , .......-.. .i- l ' I I I I I' l I. - ., - l I . ' e- l . . . EI - v A ' ' M ' Yr ' I . . . II I . . . I I ' ' ' le Vu - . F . -- . I . . , II ' ' D " ' rl - xv ' , I, , ' . .L ' 0 A - - . ' F s 1 '. . y - V in YF A1 rl A Q ' I . . , . , . . - , . en. I . . I IIII , I I -.I,II ,III , , , . . . .. , , ' , , ' , ' - . , . . . . : , . . , . . . , . . I I - - sam! row, left Q5 ngh:-H, Roedel,I,Ct hes, E. Kellum, G. llealxling, E. Kuehl, E, Peterson, L. Tam-ra, M. Mm, M. 'tTod" played on the second team , I I3 I I ' .- I V V V II I V - I V ' I I - I I I I , I . . J - ' A ' e l ' lt n - ' ' ' . ll, - I 1. ' I I ' t- f , n I V .. ,. A A I L 7 I . . l. 4- I 4 9 .. - ,. . - V . I y s D . I , f , I .I . . ,, ,, . . ' cn I . 'I ll : , -I - I E ' - 1 . . V - v ' . . l AA vs ' ' ' . 'I , ' 'e ' . ' . I 4 . ' L 0 lr ' 71 -I - I .. f.---, ' ' . II, I. ,, I I . . 1 I ' I . lr - nl - - - M , t . ' rl - u 1 . . . . . I , . , , , V ,I . .. - ' I ' Al ll . 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THE CUB Frosh Poet Gets Rare Inspu-atron T e teachers of the Freshman class are many ln number Xlgebra About Nllss Verner there IS rumor She g ts her ldeas from the College Humor Ml s S1 1t1l tls good to state I always klnll IH dec dlng our fate English Nllss f'ol1ry s wlss lre very sweet S e need a h ro to make th 1 eompl te Acenrd ng to Mlss Thompson Us your hor sense I llllgllt as well talk to that wo den fence Mlss Thorrgate IS a new te cher thls year Of loslng her we ever fear Cltlzenshlp Oh where ls my l1ttle blown bag quote MISS Buck t seems as lf some people have all the luck Sclence 'Vlr Carly prefers to demon strate moonstllls It afford h s student plenty of thr1lls 'lllss V 111er IS alleady known by her name Her sandbox ln selence has r1s n to great fame Physlcal Educatlon llss Smell IS a wonder ln teachlng us gym Her students dcve op such stlo g, h althy Vlm A co Cl lk L och Jcrg nsen 15 very rare s kl wn ty ev ryane, everywhere Buslnes Arllhmetlc MISS Mueller, her stud nts are very devoted There 1s hardly a one that has been promot r Pautzs students try by wxle and gulle brlng out that engagmg smlle Foreign Language Mxss Espeseth closely resembles a salnt But after you know her she more human than qualnt Manual Tralng Prlntl g Mr Repp has acc pt cl hrs doom For he dld faw down and go boom Mr Gerhardt knows the ma ch1ne shop by heart It seems to be a ease of '1'1ll death do us part Mr Chrlstlanson s k1ndness flows at all tlmes Llke so many mllllon of nlckels and dlmes Home Eccnomlcs M1ss W1ll1ams gulnea p gs are very renowned She can tell you thell galn to the exact pound MlSS Peters has taught some very good cooks What they learned was not all taught out of hooks To To In nmeteen hundred and twenty eight Some freshmen ln bewlldered state Appeared 1n lneenah I-Ilgh School s halls TW1StlHg thelr hankles lnto llttle balls The faculty then a miracle wrought Sophlstlcatlon these babes they taught Tlll now they know a great, great deal And gratltude toward the faculty feel 1 FRESHMEN CLASS 1929 Flrxt row leacllngleft to ugh! T Kresse C Anderson E Tellock E Ely H Schultz E Wltr B Bell H Rock uood E Evans G Dnr E olrn-ron R Beatue K Kruse 1 Realm s Mennrng 1 Eolrnoh W Boreron J Kehl w Cchanke J Wrrro A Vovus D lcororov L Zurnolh c. Anderson C Dnrnnrn N Knnborly 13 Barnes lvl Mortensen wlrrrornrelr B H ve, v Tnorron H Peterson For neo, C Teoppler Second row left no rrolrr W Noon W Hnnron 1' Nonlnoor D srnrrn D Olsen M Kelly L s Schultz Ker 'ermr lvl Bnrmn H Brckley v Blank E Wrllnarnr L Osborne M Schnlk s Sendo H lwrler K scar-fold H sohnnrdr Tlnrrl row lon ro rrgnc E Hayman L Neuman H N1 ornonron D esnrnnn H Bradley C Goodman Fourth row left to nth: A crnof P Bahr L Pansy berg M Tlrornpron lvl sonrrnar 12 Sell 1: Wauda H Frfrn row lrfr to nghr H Fahrenkrug C Arrnn- R Wege M Sell E Poster E Klassen H Dldrlckson M ,lanes 5 Jensen M Lea M Mltchell N Evans D Heup A Klch Danke A Wagner R Cheslock E Callmeler Bennett O Nlrelson S Larson D Ralche D Zerner! G Vogt ht D Gl n ou M B ohm H Luebke R Ozanne F Vllson Sxxth row left lo nah! M Wollenhoffer A Rasmussen Vl Taber E Vokel C Herzfel! D Kolgen V Cook W Plank E Hcckhulrer E Collrns 'Vl Kraus V Blohm XV Burr L Foster Se enth raw left to rlfrht M Sawyer J Cowllng H Mller Schell R Larson N Redlln R jumon B Derby W ensen E Blohm H Blank C Hansen C Owens C Breylmger D Meyer S Howman FROSH CLASS AUTOGRAPHS Page Ten Class of 1932 Plays Important Part ln World Flfteen t ars after grelduatlon Wrllard Hanson, tallest man By ron Bell IS selllng peanutc on a 0011191 tlrlfiic cop ln thc alr My na Blank, presldent of the Llst Natlonal Bank Helen BlZ'lIllEV Ev er of th 5 and 10 cent store alne Evans IS a knockout chorus glrl Harry Fahrenkruf, heavy f'h'l'T1P on Fuella Foster IS just Winning all the beauty contest, Edward Neubauer IS the movlg- he to G , raee Anderson last reported to be Engaged to tae Pr nee of Wales Charlrtt Dlrham a mls Slollafy In S1"m Charles Hanson pres1d nt of the Ufuted States Gmee Vogt rfldo 'mnounc r Do 'Ct Y B'lc1l'lf1ll h'1 stralght han- Vlvlan Holverson gave up Hymg and 15 happlly marrled to Georg Dlx Marv Kelly w nt to the South Pole and Jlm Sclell went to the 'Volth Pole, Vlllllam Nash lo do ml! a strong man aet ln the ell Phlhp lvlllkpflfl Jallltor of school Florenc Redln, famous ac l Buck ev has .l01r1"rl the Jap es army Fwltn Vok l court Jester for the prey dent of the Unlted States Donald corfhon sololst Haz Sm th H Derfec ly uncanny d tee tv Ruth Nelson IS start 1, to Campfugn for governor of Texas, Lxttle Stanley Larsen loot GQ, m ln Herzfelflt 1n th qhume B bbs Jensen ls 1 blg b.ltter and 92g rnan Nlanrv K1r berly ls Just leavlng for Slam to Join Charlqtte D rhlm Myrtle Bursteln IS fam 0lS as a II vellst John Cowl g el P d wth MSIIOD Jones Maxln SC alk 1s glvmg P d rwrskl muc'1 Cf p tton Jlrl M ver fdont t ll arvorel IS cn h s way to the South Pole H rbert S hm dt IS a rlrofes scr at Oxford u lverslty and crnslderefl a wor'1ls authorltv on 1prepos1t1ons Robert Ozanne up to nrw was an attorney, but he ls servrng a long term at V1 aupun for trymg to argu wlth the Judge Helen Danke recelved the appolnt ment of stat1st1c1an at W3ShlH2 tcn, Dorothy Olsen cuts qulte a fig ur as queen of the tennls court Dorothy Kolgen and Yerna Cook are ID vaudevrlle dolng a slster act It seems, Sara Sande IS POSIHK for Pepsodent advertlsements Jane Klttermg IS worklng hard ln a coal mme Dorothy Korotev vls lted Europe three tlmes Lucllle Schultz work up wlth blonde halr The Verdict T? tfcll Y'1'lV""lllI'F'll the flap p 1 tour st as she gaz d xpon the 11 age of the Sphlnx An1l as an r thought she added Bat 1 mb Alfred Reetz How do you spell fl lanclally' Aldre Ra1ehe F n rl n c l l yand there are two rs ln em barrassed Dunt Esk Id be ashamed to be a great trong man llke you and ask for money So I am, Madam but I once got 18 months for not asklng Hlghblull Lay down pup, lay down, 0 1 ered the man Youll have to say, L19 down. vllster, declared a small bystand r thats a Boston terrier "That's the guy Im laying f0Fr" sald the hen as the farmer crossed 1 le harnvard L. . 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' A .1 r ' 11 . 5 , "THE CUB" ..l FACULTY 4 FACULTY OUR NEW HISTORY Katherlne Small Appleton Wls consln graduated from the La Crosse State Teachers Coll ge at La Crosse She not only teaches plyslcal educatlon ln Neenah Hlgl school but also ln the gr d schools She advlses the G A A James R Ballantlne Bloomlng ton TVISCOIISIXI, IS a graduate of he Unlverslty of WVIHCOHSID where he recelved hls Bachelor of Sclence legree Besldes belng pr nclp I of Neenah Hlgh School, he teaches hyslc: Madge Ople, Nl neral Polnt W s COUSID, IS a g13Cl'll3t of the State Teachers College at Whltewater 'Vllss Ople occupies a posltlon ln the commerclal department Thls year she has all sen or shorthand classes and all senlor typlng class Carl Chrlstensen of Neenah Wlsconsln IS a graduate of Stout lnstltute In Neenah High School hls major subject IS manual tlaln mg He also teaches general sub jects ln the vocatlonal school Dorothy VCITICT, Appleton W s consln, graduated from Lawrence College ln 1927 recelvlng hel B A degree Bes des teachlng alge bra, and general sc ence he faculty advlsor of the Fr slm n class and IS on the Athletlc Bo rd Vlda E Sm th Apple on Ws consln, IS a graduate of Lawren College Sh teaches gecm try advanced algebra, so'ld geometry nd algebra Aletha R Thorngate IS a grad uate of Mllton College, Mlton, W sconsln H fl ld of wolk ccv ers the one subject Engll h Harold Rapp IS a graduate of Stout Instltute D awlne an prlntlng ale th two subjects whlch he teaches He IS also one of the faculty advlsors of the Cub Mr Reppes home IS ln Zumbrota, MIHHGSOSB Margaret E Wllll2mS of lvladl on Wlsconsln IS a gr duate of the Unlverslty of WWISCODSII The Held of wo k ln wh ch h spec al IZES IS Domestlc Sclence Blanch J Buck IS a gradu te of Rlpon Coll ge Her home ls ln Neenah The suhj cts she teach es are Am rlcan HISIOIV, cltlzen hlp and d bate Sh was one of th debate coaches of thls years ch mp on d strlct debaters John Holzman, ol North Freed m WISCCPSIH graduated from the Unl terslty of WVISCDIISIII where he re CSTV d h s B A degree He ls one of the coaches of th debate teams XYl'llCl'1 were so successful He al so adv ses the Cub The subjects h ls teach ng thls y ar are Euro p an Hlstcry and debate Next year It ls probable he wlll teach cltlzenshlp and Anclent hlstory Irene M Espeseth M3D1t0WOC WVISCDHSIII IS a graduate of Law rence College Appleton Thls year she ls teachlrlg Latln I and Latn II also Frnch I and French Harry Pautz Rhlnelander Wls onsln, IS a graduate of the State Teachers Colle e at Whlte uater and cam to Neenah Hlgh School thls year as teacher of commerclal subjects Those sub- j cts wh ch he ls teachlng durlng 1928 29 are bookkeeplng penman sh p commerclal arlthmetlc, sales rlan hlp and commerclal law H h treasurer of the Athletlc Assoclatlon 0,-111111: Carey Appleton WISFOH s n ls a graduate of Laurence Col lege and rec lv d hls B A degree there Th subjects he IS teach Contlnued on Page 2' Top Row left to rlght Katherlne Jones Allce Colony 'flellle McDonnell Eva Mueller Helen Thompson Second Row-Clara Putzel Harry Paul: Orvllle Carey O Jorgensen Edna Mae Harrls Louln Trexall Armln Gerhard! Thrrd Row Blanche Buck john Holzman Irene Especeth Aletha Thorngate Harold Reppe Margaret Wllllal-no Carl Ch menson Bottom Row Dorothv Verrler Vldn Smlth Katherlne Small james Ballantlrle Mudge Ople Castello Belsensteln Charlotte Peters Ruth Dleckhoff Dlsposal Of Surplus Money Left From New School Is Faculty Problem Faculty Does Not Settle 1 Trymg uestlon At Meetlng Every on thoug lt 'VIr H ,lg would b late but at cxac y 100 the door open d ard he W1 k l 1 very cool lxke to assume hls pos tlon as chalrman of the meetlng Im very sorry lf I have k p y waltlng long but there were sev flal lr p rtart m tters at th oftlc to be cleared up No doubt you are wondell g uhy there s a p c al meetlng tcm ht It ls f r the pul pose of dlscusslng the ques tlon What shall W do wlth the surplus mount of money left over after tlle school IS bult" ' Now you teachers know better than I uhat IS most needed Glanclng at hls watch he sald There IS an lmportant conference waltlrg my arrlval, so Mr Ballantlne wll you p ease t k the cllalrll' New, before begmnlng th meet lng Iwlsh to make a few an nou cerlents A black Watermans fountaln pen has dlsapp ared from my d sk If you see any answer mg thls-d scr ptlon p ease lnforrl me Theres just one other thlng those of you who borrow my books, please put them back Th re s twl ways of rulnlng these broks On IS by bendlng the covers back to back and the other IS poundlng them on the desk Do not foget to copy the mat rlal on the black board as lt wlll b removed from there tonlght Are you re dy for the qrestlonl Thls was 'VIr Bal lontlnes sp ech before th meet ln Yes, came the chorus What shall be done wlth the money left over after constructlng our new h gh school" 'VI ss Har TIS rose from her chalr cleared her throat and sald ln a firm volce Mr Ballantlne 'lllss Harrls There ls on th r-g tb n w school must have to keep the stu ,de ts mlnds on thelr work Ipro lp se a readlng room Thls couple husln ss ot' lolterlng ln the hall ard the maln room has gone far nough The hablts puplls form ln hlgh school follow them all through llfe She sat down trl umphantly In all the wrath of women MISS Thompson jumped to her feet, and crled out, Mr Ballantlnel MISS Thompson Its p rfectly natural for boys and glrls to converse after school hours What other tjme have they'l And, as a speclal favor, Id llke to ask to have that money spent for la camel to take me to school as lt IS a hobby of mlne Mr Ballantlne, drauled Mr Trexall lf you re golng to hav anlmals I propose a barn to keep ll r y stock ln Mole student would be lnterested ln agrlculture Qlllte heatdy MISS Snllth stat cd If you re g0IYlg to have a barn next to the school, Ill reslgn, be cause Id be bothered wlth head ache from that odor Enthuslastlcally MISS Wllll3mS proposed a place to keep her gul nea p1gS Thls would enable glrls to learn what would be the best foods to eat MISS Buck rushed ln at thls mo ment and absent mlndedly sat on Mlss Smlth She poked Mr Repp ln the back and asked hlm what lt was all about and then ln a sweet contralto VOIC6 apologetlcally sald I am sorry Im late, but before I left my cat Pete got the mumps and I had to use Vlcks Vapo Rub on hlm But Mr Ballantlne, I pro pose a hlstorlcal room filled wlth plctures of all our hlstorlcal men and women Close your eyes cant you see Napoleon Bonapartl Say lf you don t buy tvpewrt ers for the Cub stat? wlth that money you ought to' sald llrI1SS OBIS Every Monday and Thurs day nlght Im bothered by those glrls, who type for the Cub staff I havent much to say but wh I say counts, stated Mlss Colony The Cub Staff IS qulte large a d what we need IS a room for the staff to uork ln You don't know how much thls would help Page Elev n Beans' shouted Mr Holzman He got up asked to be excused o Margaret can take care of the dog He returned later Placlng one foot on hls chalr and puttlng hls yelbow on hls knee, he made hls p ea Now you all know the d bate team worked hard thls year We feel that we deserve a room for thelr course of study Mr Ballan tn dont you thlnk thls a good ldea"' Better have a lour year pr t lng course Sald Mr Reppe Pool tables would sult me sald Mr Carey What about our speech depa t ment" Dont we need a room for play practlces" Arent we always bothered by lntruders when we practlce ln the maln room? Thls IS my proposltlon stated MISS Dleckhoti' Just one thlng before clos g thls meetlng Id like to say to Katherlne Jones that lt seems that she cant come to meetlngs wlth out gum Now, just come up and apologlze and promlse that you wont do 1t agaln sald Mr Bal lantlne The door opened John Sturm stopped to pull a WISQ joke and the meetlng adjourned Llstener Do you play by re juest" Joe Bo lfamous orchestra lead erj Yes we do l Llstener Would you mlnd play lng domlnoes untll Ive flI'llShetl my dlnner" Where yuh from " Ireland reland'l" Yea Rhode Ireland MIS Harrls Glve the prlnclpal rts of the verb swlm Gordon Ehlers Swlm swam smum ' llrllqi Harrls Good Now glve the prlnclpal parts of the verb lm Gordon Fhlers Aw, ljlllt kld dlng 3 SCHOOL The thlng that probably lnter 1:-sts us most ls The Cub staff room It IS a room 18 feet by 4 feet, whlch IS more or less seclud cl The staff wlll have some prl vacv ln lt The prlntlng room ls rlght next to The Cub room, so many steps wlll be saved for the staff The llbrary IH the new school wlll be practlcally the same as the jresent llbrary It IS between the two study rooms On elther slde of the llbrary are two small rooms l hlch may be used for dlscusslons, rebate, p ay practlce, etc, durlng hool hours Each of these rooms wlll hold four or five students Each of the study rooms wlll hold from 60 to 40 students Each person wlll have hls own lccker next year, and there wlll be about 300 extra lockers There wlll be 188 hundred lockers ln the school, lncludlng the gym lockers Elght hundred and twenty two of these wlll be the regular book and cnt lrckers Each locker wlll be 12x12x60 lnches, and wlll contaln a shelf for books, and hooks There wlll also be vlaste paper baskets These wlll look exactly llke the reg 'lar locker, but wlll have false fronts The Home Economlcs d part ment wlll have an electrlc lronlng m3ChlD9, and electrlc washlng ma chlne and an electrlc refrlgerator In splte of these convenlences there wlll be a cafterla It wlll not be L lmpulsory for student to eat thelr lunch at the hlgh school, as has been reported The noon perl of Wlll be une hour a .I 'fer long, practlcally the same as lt IS at present The maln entrance of the school leads tllI'9ClZly to the audltorlum There wlll be steel gates whlch wlll close, thereby shuttlng off the rest of the school, and preventlng outslders golrlg into places where be two tlcket selllng booths One wlll be ln the maln lobby and the other ln the banklng room The audltorlum ItSElf wlll resemble a theatre very much Our old audl tourlm would probably tit mto It lbout three tlmes, as the seatlng capaclty of the new audltorlum wlll be 730 A glrls cllnlc, that IS, a room where a glrl can be taken ln case she falnts wlll be found on the second door of the new school That, added to the fact that there mlght be a handsome athlete ln the glrls class, IS an lnducement to falnt MISS Oples WOTYICS are over' Next year she wlll have a speclal room for dlctaphone work It wlll be more or less sound proof, so there wlll be no dlsturbance VIII The bookroom wlndow wlll be large enough to allow two persons to work at It at the same tlme, and to allow two llnes of students on the other slde The days of the llttle brown bulldlng ln back of the hlgh school are numbered It wlll be removed and all the machlnery wlll go over to the new hlgh school It wlll seem rather strange wlthout It but then we wont be here any . 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I - I 1 I I "THE CUB" Philomathea Completes Ftfth Year SOCIETY IS SUCCESSFUL IN TWO INTER SOCIETY CONTESTS In 1925 Mr Holzman organized the Phllomathean Society Its alms xxer to stlmulate interest ln for enslcs and to compete wrth the FJ renslc SOCIEQY Robert Westphal now goes to school at Woos Ohxo was the first presldent mter soclety contest that year a Ph lo For nslc d bate WIICH who ter T e was was r ce won by the Forenslcs They y l 1 cha plonshlp banner as a reward During the second year e Forex slc Philo cant st was won ly the Pl lloriatlican Soclety 3 to 2 The presld n was Elery Knud son and the Vcc president, Abe St n During the thlrd year w1th o s B mott as president the s clety wen three of the contests wlth the Forensics w1nnmg two gan Harvey Jorg nson was v ce pres dent durmg this year The onicers ln 1928 were Ken neth Kltthln president Laur Fahrenktug vlce presldent Jean t Bessex s cretary Marguertte Damelson treasurel In 'his fourth 'car 1928 th ouety agam won the cup by 'x tr al and extempo r nfovs re ulvng The Forensics ron th nl y cor' est The Phllcmathean Society ha the followmg officers dunng the year Jatk lrewlv. presx dent Stanley Severson, ylce pres rdent, Edlth Schneller, treasurer, Helen Burr secretary The mem bershlp of the socxety canslsts of Jax es Shea, Charles Neubauer, Ed Lrw No bert Smongesky Paul Grogan John H wttt Phillip Hahl Frederick Olson Herbert E lert Kfnleti Kltchm, Billy Purnslde Fr ncls Olson, Gordon Bennett Robert Glllespxe, Everett Thompson, Jeanette Bessex, Mar Jorxe Sande, Janet Gdlxngham mi th SC' nollrr Naomx Gibson Helen Burr, Ethel Hollmbeck Do t y D1 els n Stanley Seyerson EKANIIN ATIONS With anolog es to Longfellow Semester shades are falling ast As through Neenah High School passed A youth wio bore mid snow and tce, A banner with a stranq devwce Exammatlonsll Hrs brow was said, his eye beneath Fla hfd lk a falcon from nts sheath And llke a sllver clarion rung The ccents of that well known tongle Exammatlons l' T y t p ss hxgh the teacher Salt , F ar not the tempest ovehead If var have studxed deep and w1de And then the clarxon vo ce replxed, Examlnat on At last report card day arrwed The mark was there, for whlch he strrved He drew a breath Was he ahve He saw a great brg Hurrah' Exammat1ons" PHILOMATHEANS Phrllrp Hahl leit to rrght james Shea Charle Neubauer Ed Lowe Norbert Smongeeky Paul Grogan john Hewrtt S cn :l :lov Frederrck Oson Hebert Ehlert Kenneth Krtchen Blly Burnude Francre Clson Gordon Bennett Robert Grlles le P Bot om Roy. Everett Thompson Jeanette Bessex Mary e Sande janet Grllrngham Edrth Schneller Naomr Crrbson He en Burr E hel Ho lrnbeek Dorothy Danrelsen Stanley S verson FORENSIC Y' to rrgh Paul Mantz Nathan Wauda Al e Fahrenkrug Alfred Reetz Howard Staekg Edward In on Rosa Pearson Second Raw Do hy D Box: Eth Mortenson Laura Drems Mun Espeleth Helen Webster Gladys Neubauer Vr rr- a Doane Ethel Cook Dou ln 5 oo Forensic Nine Years Old ORGANIZED BY WIISS BUCK T0 STIWIULATE INTEREST IN DEBATE The Forenslc Society was or gamzed nine years ago by Mrtg Blanche Buck The purpose at that trme was to mterest stu lent rn forensic actrcvltles The por pose has changed from trme to time as the occasion demanded In the year of 1025 and '26 Ot to Erdmann and Les Fadner serv ed as presldent respecltvely fo the first and second semegterg Beatr1ce Haase and Beryl Watt, were secretary treasurers that game Year In 1926 and 27 Ies Fadner and Aaron Ihde were pres rdents wlth Beryl Watts and Ruth Sawyer secretary treasurers Two V9aY'S H20 Ruth Sawyer and B ryl Watts were presxdents wrth Alfred Reetz and Ruth Sawyer secretary treasurers Durmg the past year Alfred Reetz and Andre Ramhe have served as presidents wrth Helen Webster and Dorothy Du Bots secretary treasurer From 1925 to 1927 Mlss Buck Miss Harrls and Mr Holzman served as faculty advlsors for the society A plcmc was held at the end of the 1925 school year at Mlss Buck s farm near Rrpon Fyeryone en Joyed a splendid game of base ball down on Mosquito Flat f 9 'I Im V Sllllner was served on a hlll above the creek During the year of 1924 27 e Forensxcs won a contest mth e newly orgamzed Phrlomathean Clety They were awarded a and white champ onshlp banner In 1925 the faculty adyxsors of the convpletlng socretres donated a sllver trophy cup to the socxetxes Thls cup was to be finally awarded to th soclety which won two out the three annual mter SOCIEIY ont sts The Phllomatheans won the cup the first year by clnchmg ww fr shman debates Tel 2 P fron Row horns Madsen ean Matheson Beryl Watts Altneda johnson Audra Rarehe Marguerrte Nrelson Lrllran 'Rohm 'Vlare Fnechse' Ru h Sawyer Karl Kollath Simplified Alph bet For Seniors A IS for Arlone Statfeld 1.r ght for her age She ab orbs all the know edge Th re IS on the p ge B Bob G1lles'ne small ray sunshlne, Proudly full proudly Do gurls wrth hlm dme C IS or Cnarley, the N Lbauer heir Charley ts wrse and oh Charley IS falr for debate Kenneth K1tch1n s the same g rws in debate mth a brlght steady name s Edlth Schneller, tllglllfmd a d serene For sportlve, gay spmts thls serves as a screel l for Gwen Breylmger known by her sneeze summons It quickly with unearthly ease H Howard Stack r w influence far reachlng T e ways of the good countless wlcked IS teaching I rs for some on we know s not a myth Ds He Gs he The person I mean IS Ida Smlth i J s Jeanette Schmereln must m re b sard'l fame of Jeanette o er all the world has been spread s Karl Kollath Under huge prles of books That he carnes round hell be found by w never look s Laura Fahrerk ug prldc The of the school, aurls grt at zeal for debate cannot cool s Mane Fuechsel L o ar y mxen St t y and solemn demure nd s rene Ui N s for Norbert Smongesky thte Bold e P 1rc vt th S nlors when all is told O IS for Odry H Blank 1 his namel, In sport p g s Oddy has risen to fame P s for Pete Grogan that fine noble lad Pete s much ln denmand when 'e faculty s sad Q rs for quest of a name starting thus, If v know one why tell It to us R 1 for Rachel La Fond uhom we know By her gay rlpplmg laughter Page Twelve wherever we go S IS for Schneller magest c and grand He IS followed by horsemen p rceded by a band IS for Thurmansen, iHerb rt of course! F r ' w r basketbal' rules he arffues with force U IS for Ulrxch the one you prefer Both have been known to exce d fifty p r Vs for Vrgxma Koepsel the fleet, In all round athletics none with her compete s for W1ll1am Rather Esquire, IS mechanlcal skill we a admlre X IS the quantity that 1s upk own As 'XI S Kuettel lt s commonly known Z IS for SEHIOTS, Just as a uhole Tlred and pantmg arrrved at their goal A Frosh Sh Do you know there on y 'wo thmvs that k ep you from b em: a ood dancer'7" Yes" What are they She Your feet holdme the annual mter soclety contest thls past year However lnterestmg programs have been presented at the bl monthly meet mgs On one occaslon a mock ra d1o program was presented by a fake announcer Durmg the past two years the soclety has been advised by Miss Ilene Espeseth The society plans to have a past years Forenslc not only among zts claim the honor of the membership of the yaledlctorlans for the past four years They were Beatrice Haase, valedlctorxan, and Helen Schlagenhauf, salutatorlon of 1926 Les Fadner, valedxctorlon of 1927 Adelalde Merkley and Mane Fuechsel valedlctorrans for 1928 and 1929 The members are Miss Espe seth, Edward Larson Ruth Saw yer, Beryl Watts, Howard Stack er, Marte Fuechsel, Audrxe Raxche Dorothy DuBois, Alfreda Johnson Helen Webster, Alfred Reetz, Al bert Fahrenkrug, Paul Mantz, Ger trude Larson, Norris Madsen Ross Pearson, Douglas Spoof Ma,-guer lte Nielson, Vtrgmla Doane Fthel Mortenson Laura Drews, Karl Kollath Edna Kollath Nathan Wauda Lllllan Raaen, Gladys Neubauer p1cn1c as lt has xn the Soclety has numbered hugh school debators membershlp It can O l. r A f 1 x v ' A - 1 ' ' ' . . 1 .s . , , 7 I r ' ' ' x - h - , - 1 ' . . . 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Attains Three Aims The Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon arted wlth three alms thls year Flrst to create a plrlt of sports nanshlp among glrls, second to lromote glrls athletlcs ln Neenah I gh School thlrd to co op rate wlth the N H S Atllletle Assocla on ln all thlnps pertalnlng to thletlcs The OH-ICETS of the assoc atlon Meta Slelaff presldent Xlarlon Braemel vlce pres dent, H len Burr secretary Vlola Hel crman treasu er, and Nlarle It ebster polnt record r ThlS year ha been a very suc tessful and busy year for the G A A The mrls sold sandwlches nd pop corn balls at the football ames and at some of the basket ball games A number of htk s were held all of whlch were well attended The glrls thoroughly ppt d a slelgh rlde durlng the r H121 On Aprll 27 the G A A sponsored sprlng dance Al-nck ball tou n ment was held after 0"ll6 o thc meetings and four ttams ton lstlng of members of the G -X A took part Polnts were award d to glrls on thc baskt mall volley ball and baseball teams About twenty G A A emblems were awerded tlurlng the y ar and one N was awarded A large number of fleshmen 3, rs Jo the soclety at the beglnnmg ol the second semester and on e of these have already receltcd thelr em blems The sponsol of the G A A thls year w le NI s It thelln Small and Mlss Era 'Vlu ller Members who hare x ol ther emblems CG A AJ are as follows MZTICH Braemer Helen Burr Ma rle Gallmelel Naoml Glbson Ver na Handler, Pearl Hart, Irene Gunther Margaret Blenker Mar Jorle Harper Vlola Hellerman Ftllel Hollenbetk Eleanor Kohfeld Henrletta Krau e Thelma La Fond, Grace Iweabllng Esther Pe terson, Meta Slelaff Marle Web stel, Edlth Zlern, Eleanor Kuehl 'Vllldred Kuehl Ellth Fotll Ruth Eleanor Goethe Dorothy Kolgen Esther Knaggs Mae Thompson lnd Evelyn Volkel D0 YOU H'VE IT " Sportsmanshlp ls bsolutely es entlal ln motleln llfe VShy" Because, so much of the buslness and fun of trdav tl p nd upon group work Group wolk calls for co operatlon and team work and these thlngs IH turn cll for good sportsman hlp Na group can be luled by one member It cant be done far It wouldnt b real team lf lt was Sportsmallslllp dern nd th lt a p rson b a ood cheerful er, Just as rruch he 1 How spor's happy trlumphant wlnner many people can be good Are you one' Everyone wants to be and well llked Everyone good sport Put two and gether and you hlve what you want Be a good sport and people wlll llke you Why" Becau e you w ll b wllllng to do what other as of you, b c use youll not wllllle everv 11119 thlnlzs dont the w 'ty you wont them to because ou ll be a good loser because you lull co operate and work well wlth h r becaus yrull try make you elf what others thlnk you nd last of all becau e you y ll work wllllnzly p pular llkes a two to GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSN. Ton Row left to rlght Charlotte Durham Bertallne Fet let a K ause 'Vleta Slela Vlola Hellermann Vlar an Brae Fo rth Row Marlan Marty Ruth Beatle Mae Thompson Ben e frace Neablxnrr Sxlvla Xlapuck Mlldred Zachow 'VI Thlrd Row Esther Knavlzs Eunlce ohnson Eleanor Co le 5 Do othy Ol on Eleanor Kohi ld! en er P rl Hart Ed th Foth ea l Thelma Lat-ond Naoml Crt-lslon Helen Burr Margaret o e Blshorw Eleanor Kuehl E ther Peterson he Vlar one Harper Mabel Blank Estelle Brown Mlldred Kuehl Favette Gottfrled Elzaheth Rasmussen Velma Sch Seoonc Ro Florence Redlln Kathryn K tchln Lucllle Caborn: Alma Raamuas rl Ma re Callmele Vlrglnla Hoff mar' E hel Holllnbeck We onlca Wrlght Ed th Davls W Pl 'lk E a ne Villllams Front Row Edlth Zlem Helen Longhurat Verna Handler l one Gtnther Cerrnalne Herzfeldt Blanche Chrlstlansen Nia le Webster Wllma Barr Verna Blohm Marguerlte K aus Dorothy Kolgen H len Deo lcf on Hazel Bu N CLUB Top Row left: ht Arthur Hannon Adelbert Bank john Hewltt john Schneller Cordon Ehlers Charlle Neu lnelrell johnson Center Row Everett Thompson Harry Fahrenkrug Ira Clough Kenneth Nye Phrllp Hahl james Shea Clarence Thalke K E Bo om Row Lobe' Bell Paul Grogan joe Belaenrteln Leonard Neubauer arl Caertner August Boelter lmer ua le Herbert Them-lanaen Tl-IE PRINCESS Br shl 5, her 'lalr by candle llght she stands B f re an old crack d glass Hel hands 'lime slently, and palely brlght She se her face reflected Shadows pass H nel y urll necks bendln T e dark halr falls about her face grace Tho lg,1 'vldle fllck rs ln a l ttle breeze, And de-rp wlthln the glass she flllllly sees An ther world shlne darkly rlch and strange wlth my tetv and romance Ald be a prlnc ss walklng there l hes of sllk that shlmmerlng falls On I me floors ln plllared halls lllth pealls bralded ln her halr And should she dance She tr ads a mea ure stately s ow, To dlstant muslc s murmurous flow And then ah then T e e slghs Ant candle wavers burnlng low from that other world wlthdraws eyes llttle room IS cold and bare, Qu ckly she turns about And with deft finger closely plalts Her halr, Then blows th tandle out Grace Anderson Her Her l Lowe Slnc you dont have p dolletrr on your HIVVQI' how u tell how fast you re golng" B ll Rather Thats slmple When I go llqht mlles when IOV ten mlles an hour mv tall mttles when I go twenty an hour nly fenders rattle I to thlrty the doors rattle mauuvavavu HUMOR "N" Club Has Active Year The N Club honorary athletlc oclety of Neenah Hlzh School was organlzed ln 1929 by Coach A C Denny Much credlt 15 due hlm and the succeedlng coache for the development of the club Mcmbershlp ls open only to those who eam Ns ln some mayor hlgh school sport The membershlp of the organlzatlon has lncreased un tll the soclety nw basts f twenty tw actlve members The oiflcers durlng the past year were Jolln Sthneller presldent, Herbert Thurmansen VICE presl dent Charles Neubauer secre tary treasurcl Certan changes have been nec cssary rom tlme to tlme Form lerly the constltutlon proylded for nltlatlon of members plus thelr earn nv thelr N Slnce a rullng 'hls proh blted lnltlatlon and a stutlcnt automatltally becomes a tmbcr wlth the presentatlon of hls N PTEYIOUS to thls year the club had bl monthly meetlng at whlth l had speakers and a program As no beneflt was derlved from thls the club dlsccntlnued lts bl monthly programs and has become s rlctly honorary As '1 result of dlscont nulng the protgr lm the club has gradually be gun to appear dead to many stu dents However th s condltlon IS not actually prevalent Thls IS proved by the way the N club has alw ys responded to any calls dur lng the past year Thelr co op- eratlon was evldent among other organlzatlons at the Hoat parade The N club ls also responslble for handllng the doors durlng the flre lrlll It keeps the tl rphy case md u hers for lmportant hlgh school events The oldest actlve member of the ub at present IS .lonn Stn lel r who has a four year membershlp N1 tch ll Johnson IS next oldest, be l g a member for three years Although the sotlety loses some atlve members through gradua on l hop s for a successful year o come Memb rs of NI club are Coach 'Jle Jorgensen John Sthneller Hrrbert Thurmansen Charles Neu b u l Mltthell Johnson John He yltt Paul Grogan Raymond Gall me el, Adelbert Blank Lovall Boelter Karl Gaertner Clarence Thalke Gordon Ehlers Ira Clough James Shea Kenneth Nve, Leon 'lrd NI ubauer Lobert Bell Emer Quayle Everett Thompson Harry Fahrenkrug Howard Stacker Wll rt Jensen, Albert Lester, How BTISS Espeseth Do you belleve ln hereafter' Surel o lss Espeseth Well then here tfr don t bother me H Do you play golf'l anet No I dont ever know rv to nold the caddy Jolln S Say Dad what do hev mean by college bred? rather My Son lts a four year loaf I know a fellow that IS so tlght he took the prlng off hls I ed so they wouldlnt glve John You had better take the s reft car home Jlm Its no use Vla woudnt wh U I gf-W f0Tiy my teeth rattle let me take lt ln the house when I go flfty my bones rattle I 1 Lowe what happens when L tly Il nter you have lct a you eo lxty mlles an hour' halr f'lll ln my soup Blll Rather I dont know, but Rqld headed walter You Hat I h nk I l go to heaven refer' Page Thlrteen . , . . . . . .l , Q S . . 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A ' ard Olson Phlllp Hahl Joseph Belsensteln Arthur Hanson Its always been my ambltlon to lead a Jazz band sald old Ernest McGroucher as far as the lvrr anyway A golfer IS a queer galoot, Oulte tllkatlve they say, Corlternlng mashle shots and such He chlrps the whole darn day He groans about hls noble luck Bemoans an errlng sllce Savs thlngs about the score sheet Vt hlch really aren t so DICE He bawls 'lbout the weather Says courses are a slght No one plays on cloudy days Too many when It s brlght XX hy dont a guv up and lnvent Some powder for hls mug To pour lnto hls coffee Thus klll thls blame Golf Bug -v "THE CUB" Smgers GIVE Exceptronal Operetta GLEE C L U B S PRESENT PICKLES MISS JONES DIRECTS The Glrls Glee Club has been n eustence a long tlme It has asslsted ln the preparatlon of the annual operctta for s1x years with he a1d of the Boys Glee Club The membersh1p of the club 15 among the greatest 1n any school organlzatron The large member hlp IS no doubt due to the fact that one crcdlt IS awardcd for two sat1sf1t y years of Glee vork as w ll as the common cal lntexes M ss Gossel n was mu IC or durlng 192o and 1926 Jones cam to mstmct ln She has been here as mus c C ub mus1 d1rec Mlss 1907 teach 1' 1n the grades and hlgh school 'or three years She w1ll be w1th .ls ag.,.11n next year to help Larry out the plans for musc ln the lex hlffh school Crerh u ll be awarded next year as has prevmusly been done 'he Glee Clubs w1ll meet at def1 ute studv p mods The Boys tslee C ub wxll meet tx ICB a w ek ntl the Glrls Gle Club wlll meet wzce a week Once a week both he boys and glrls wll m et for nlxed chorus work Regular class ooms will be u ed for the meet ngs of the bovs or glrls nh1le the ssembly w1ll bc u d wh n both eport M1ss Jones wll contmu o teach on h'1lf hour ln each grade as she has prevzously The Girls Glee Club StUdIES the was nf fu-ant compose 'md thelr vork Each month the club ore ents a. program The sungsters have presented programs Chrlstmas and annually dunng Vlusc week At d1f'ferent times elected groups haxe entertamed c1ty organ1zat1ons and clubs The opcrettas presented Jomtly each year s1nce 1924 were Cherry Blossom, Pep1ta, The P1ratcs Daughter and Pxcklcs The members at present are 'Vlxldred Anderson, Dorothy Bau ma n Jeanette Bessex, M rJor1e Bshop Mabel Blark, 'VI rgaret Bl nke, Luclllc Bo hm M rxrr' Braemer Hazel Bu kdry Dorothy Bu ke H len Bun, Helen B 'ld lcy Katherme Brcltung M r1e Casperson Mxldrec' Chrs c1sen Velna Cook Dorothy DBHICISNI1 V1rg1n1a Ddr ckson Vlrg nla D0 ane, MII1CeHt Esrn ch Luc1lle E senhzm E 'nn Evans Betta l1ne F trrrs, Fulla I'oster, Na0m1 G bson Corrlne Go dman, D0l'0thY Gottfrlfd Irene Gunther Eva Hal lock Franc s Hohnberf-T615 Vlvlan Holvclson Sylv11 Jensen, Marge r t Jcrgerson Mar1on Jones Ma ry K llv N 'lcy Kxmberly Doro thy Knlgcn Edna Kollath Hen T1 tta Kr use, Rachel La Fond1 Marlon M111 y Jean Mathewson1 Maryon Mrrt nson Marlon Mott Ruth Mott Marlon Myhre, Thelma N les Dorothv Olson1 MQW R usch M rjor e Sande, Sara San 110, Helen 'schm1dt Ethel Echnenl Margaret Schultz, I'I1ld1 Schwandner, MHYJOTIE Sm1th Bu tha Strey Lenore Torsrud Grace Vogt Doris W chholz Veromca Wr1ght Ruth W1IIl3mS Maxme Schalk Florence Bradlsh LOUISE Larson, Lucllle Schultz Laura Drews E hel Mortensen, Meta W'tchonkc GIRLS GLEE CLUB Ton Row left to rrght Bertalm Fetters 'Vlsruon Marty R th Wullmms Mary Rauch Helen Schmrdt Lourse Larson u le Ee ser-hurt lo ence B adrs'-1 The rns Nhles Sylvrs 1-ser Roth M-1t Do s V ch D h S e Second Row Vancy K1mbe ly Mary Kellv Dorothy Olson Maxme Schalk Sara Ssnde Helen Bradley Irene Cun her 'Vhsrgone Harper Elame Evans Mnrgone Smrth F sncrs Hallock Thrrd Row N1om1G1bson Dorothy Dsmelson Ethel Hollnbeck Msnon Mott Msnon Halverson 'Vlsnon Jones Do hCotfdEthlShd M B H lBkl M Sh o y ro o o nel er anon roemer sze uc ey argnret c ultz '11rt'1 Row Mar one Sande Helen Burr Lucxlle Schultz l.1rg1n1u Doane Ethel Mortenson Laura Drews Meta Wxt chor cf- Henrxe 1 K au e Grace Vogt Mrldred Anderson Maryon: Brshon Ffth Row Do oth Bunke Margaret Blenker Mabel Bank Lenore Torsrud Corrme Goodman Kathryn Brextung lesnc te Bessex Gwendolyn Beylmger jean Matheson Edna Kollath Hxlda Schwandner Evelyn Hohnberger Mane Cr-s e son Luc1le Boehm Bottom Row Rachel Ln Fond M1lln:sn Ersenach Vers Blank Msyron Mortensen Verna Cook Dorothy Kolgen G r mar e Herzfeldt V1v1sn Holverson Veronxca Wnght Doro hy Baumann Euells Foster Evo Hallock Mrldred Chris txanson BOYS GLEE CLUB 1 4 Top Row left to nght James Wrsse Frnnc1s Olson Ch l s lxeuba er john Grrmes Go don Meyer james Schell Se ond Pow Arnold Armstrong Carl Gsertner Stanley r-verson George Rohloff Ross Pearson Norns Madsen F edenck Olson Th1rd Row Elmer Quayle Donald Smuth Alfred Grad L renee Krtchm Gordon Drews Walter Schnnke Wnllord S dt W l C cxmx 1 um rrmes Bo on Ro Lo el Zabel Karl Kollath Ira Clough E nest Janes amos Shea Pete Grogan Mxtchell johnson Ro et Lnllespre Kenneth Krtohrn Favonte Songs Of The Sernors Favorlte Songs of the Senlors Mltchell Johnson I Love Me VITg'1H13 Doane Oh' How I Hate to Get Up 1n the Mornmg John Hew1tt Lonesome and Sorry Nelda Raehl-John Nlelson, My John Mxldred Ager Charl1e My Boy Norb rt SmongeSkY Hlflky A g e Boeltcr Let Me Call You My Sweetheart Oddy Blank Colleglate Robert Ulrlch G1rl of My Dreams Jenny Schmerem All Alone M1l1cent Elsenach Always I 'mette Bessex Thats What I Call Heaven Cwenzlolyn Brcyhnger Who" Helen Chustoffersen Song of The Wanderer Fd L we I love the College G1rls Kenny K t hen Though You D1nky Parlez Vous ,belong to Somebody Else Ed th Schneller I Faw Down Katherme Breltung Kansas and Go Boom C1ty KRW Pearl Anderson In a L1ttle Howard Stacker Moonbeams Jpanlsh Town Kzss Her For Me Mlldred Johnson Babv Face Juhus Davxs Wearmg of the Karl Kollath Preclous Llttle Green Th1ng Called Love I Dorothv DuBo1s That Red Karl Gaertner Ill Get By he rleml Goll Verna Lenz Sleepy Tlme Gal Rachel LaFnnfl Whatll I Do' Pearl J nsen Oh How I Mxss Florence Pansy Who Wouldnt you Tomght P Ie lous of You M no, NMS n Happy Days B1ll Rather Im Telhng the '1 'l Lonely 'Xhghts B1rds Telhng the Bees Ruby Hanson Love Me or Havwv I rgenson You Were IL av Me 11-s'1nt For Me D ve Fourteen Grace Gruenwald-Just a Little Longer B1ll Stecker When You and I Were Young Maggle Arlone Staffeld Flapperette Jeanette Leubben Coquette Marguerxte Dan1elson So Blue Ehzabeth I-Iohnberger I Want to Be Bad Meron Kuhr Runmng W1l1l Bermce Hanson Thats How I Tell About You N S Kuettel On a B1cyclo Bullt for Two Wlfe There s a burglar at the s1lver and another 1n the pantry eatmg my DIES Call for help' Hubby fat wlndowl Pollce' Doctor' Dent1st Where IS the ach1ng toot hlocated"" Boy ta theatre usherl In the balcony, s1r, first row to the rlght Mrs Nosey Thats a fine look mg hu band youve lanrlerl Mrs Newbrnle But you should have seen the one that got away Boys Club Has Good Year SONGSTERS A R E G Y I' S Y CHIEFS PIRATES IN YEARI Y OPERETTA The Boys Glee Club IS under the dlrectlon of M1ss Katherme Jones of the Lawrence Consexva tory of MUSIL The boys have always taken an HCLIVQ part ln presentmg the annual operetta They make ex cellent p1rates gypsy chlefs 1nn k epers, and business men for the cpeettas The Boys Glee Clu boasts the membershlp of W1ll1am Krueger a freshman soprano Officers of the Boys Glee Clu durmg the past year were James Shea, pres dent Harvey Jorgen son v1cepres1dent, Karl Gacrt nel treasurer Donald Smlth I1 brarlan The membershlp mcludes A nold Armstrong, Ira Clough, Ber narrl Derby Gordon Drews Karl Gaertnez, Robert G1llesp1e Alfred Graer John Grlmes W1ll1am Grim s Paul Grogan Mitchel Johnson, Arnest Jones, Kenneth Kitchen Lawrence K1tchen Gor don M yer Charles Neubauer Fredrnk Olsen, Ross Pearson, El mer Quayle, George Rohlofl' Wal er Schenk James Schell will 1rd Schmldt James Shea James Wrase Donald Sm1th Lowell Za hel Fr1nc1s Olsen Stanley Sever son Harvey Jorgenson Karl Kol YOUR BREAKFAST S RESPONSIBLE No matter what you want to do From fishlng mlnnles ln the slough To belng presxden of our Democracy 1n her greatest hour, Your fallur or success depends Pon what your breakfast lts frrends The have examples I shall clte W1ll prove to you my theory r1ght John Schneller mllk and oat meal eats, He s the cream of our crop of athletes Of coffee a slp-of a role a blte Keeps Charhe Neubauers br1ght eyes br1ght B1ll Rather takes cocoa and toast, As a motorlst hes traveled from coast to coast Norr1s Madsens noble voice 'Tween coffee and nothmg IS gxven 1ts cholce, Jlm Mever thrives on the grapefrmt rare, Albert Fahrenkrugs hghtmg Wxth h1s prowess 1n hunt1ng there s none can compare effects Are due to whatever h1s mother selects Helen Bradley s Is helped by an faint clues Robert Ozanne each morn And Robert cr1t1c was born Now lf to these he1ghts you asplre, Just eat as does he whom you spec1ally aflnnre nose for news orange to follow eats Wheatma a well finlshed A glrl who was brought up 1n car took her first 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' . e 1 Y ' I A H H., U I , ' . rl 1 A 1 1 1 - - 1 .fr - . 1 ld .11 - A 1 , ' - 11 .1 THE CUB Bab IS Gu en Much Praxse PLAY W ELL ADX IRING SENIOR CLASS PECEIVED BY HOL T1e play pres ll cd 'x'1'1u'xlly by tne semor cl ss was gx n at the N cnah Theatr 'Vl V 11 Bah t y ars p1'1y, was wcl re c v d by a full house A11 advanced txck t sale contest s raxrcd out b w '1 th cas-s 'lh s mors won wxth the xun 1G s cts bchxnd The dv rtxs 1 1d txckt sale was dxrected lv txe busxness manal, r Edw rd L 1son Tl1e cast for the play Wxs as follows Wllllam KennethKxtchen undcrstudy Robert Gxllespxe M 'lrch bald John S hre1l r unde s udy Charles Neubauer, Mrs Axchxbald Edxth Schnell r u d rstudy Dorothy DUBOIS L la J annette , Bessex u d rstudy J 'mette Lu bhen Hannah L ura Fahrenhru und rstuly gan understudy, Jo11 Hevext B b Gwendolyn Br 5 Inger, u'1 dcxstudy Rachel La Fond Bercs forf Howard S a k r under s1udy K nneth Kxtch n Ja 19 1: 1 l d u xderstu lv J annct Schm rex Edd e 'crstu y Wl John H wxtt, un l 1m Ra her Johnson The schem of bout a sub deb s Archxbald Bah 1 of the Axch bald i' rxves hcm from sch ol 1n the Fast of 'ln attempt by to marry Lexla to Beresford Ev nts c '1 1 the ycan., m1 Sh ar her boa d n xnto the rn d Vlrs Archxball Hon Clxntfxn follo w xn xv IS dsc vxed 'fx a 1 c wxth Mr Beresf rd as chagrxn 0 uncomfortable for xnumates that h has a lover Carter Brocbs a fwxxly frxend finds out the plot ard t k s Babs father xnto canfd nc Thev k Guy Grosven r an actor whose pxcture Bab xs u n to represent her mate to come to sp nd the vseek end Thxs pals Babs lxttle plot S v ral m xuvs oe u whxch complxcale matt rs 'xl rx k h rn warse However, Babrealxzes one cf hcr xvxd fan e and wxth th help of J rx d Eddxe her frxcnds B b help L la and M Beresford to flop Fxnally Bab com s to the r alxz txon that Carter has been st yxng around b cause of L l'1 a she had expected And so m t1 rs end happxly for those c cerned Tlc cxrcut ve staff was com d of D rector Ruth Dxeck Stage Man ger Adelbert k Scenery L sl1e Fadner Theodore Kl1nk r Clarence 'ke Karl Kell th Prop rtxes h Sawyer Beryl Wats Karl G er ner Herb rt Thurrnansen Advextsng Manager Rwmon' Gallmexer, Busxness Manager, Ed ward Larson r1xcx to Lex T1 k t m r h r xamxly B b FS 27 Mss Cpe Icantc tths stuff Ca'l the manager Walter ' It's no use He wont eat xt exther Mr Hoh "I suppose when you sat d wn to the pxano everyone was surp IS d to fxnd that you had b en practxcxng for weeks" Dorothy DuBo1s "No As a matter of fact, no one even sus pe tcd xt " CLASS PLAY Us a. 'Y 1 '51 is la sr Fahrenkrug Hannah Edxth Schneller Mrs Archxbald Rachel Ln Fond Jane John Hewxtt Edclxe john 1 cl er Mr Archnbald Gwen Breylxnger Bah Paul Grogan Carter Mxtchell johnson Guy Grosvenor Kenneth K chn Wxllxam Jeanette Beasex Lxela Howard Stacker Hon Clmton Beresford 1 COMEDY NIGHT l Lester G ave on P xs 'nn lla eanet e Schmerem Cnlu b re Emer Qun l a Krause Margot Parrot Phrlxp Hahl Harlequxn Hen l Wyomxng or to Mxnnesota acu ans Kathryn Small expects to go to or Summer Vlany To Take Trxps, thers Decxde On Summer School c xc ly all the members of h f cxtyh ted rd dw"1at hey v1ll do darxng vacatxon There are a few who haven t decxded yct and hes few arent all women exther Helen Thompson and Al ce L Colony exp ct to p nd txe sam xner tourxng xn Europe, and there s o doubt that th yll sp nd some 1xng besxdes the summer too Katherxne Jones expects to sp nd ostofhrvctonathrhome n Racxne Outsxde of that, she has made no plans Nellxe McD nn ll xntends to at tend summer school at tl1e Unx v rsxty of Wxsconsxn Castella Bexsenstexn wxll n cbab v r mam at her home xn Neenah She may do some tourxng Charlctte Peters hasnt dsc dr'l 1xvlly as to what she wxll do Sh wxll probably take short trxps xn '1 auto, xf she doesn't kxll herself learmng to Ill"1Ve xt, she says Ruth Dx ckholf wll dxrect the mmer prcductxon of the Wxnne bago Players After that she wxll p obably go to either a ranch xn 'summer school at La Cross , but e lsas nothmg more txan that planned James R Ballantxne has made no deflmte plans as yet, but xn all prob bx11ty he w ll take a lxttle trxp lsomewhere c1ther, north, east, south or west 111 dp, Op e wxll ttend the sum mer sessxon at the Unxversxty of Wxsconsxn Uo otov Verrxer wxll motor 1n the south durmg the summer t the trouble wth bexng a teacher On IS forced to be dxf ferent Take for example spend xng the summer xn the south, and the wxnter 1n the north Vda E Smxth xntenrls to spend most of her vacatxon at her home xn Appleton Aletha E Thorngate has mad no plans She wxll probably spend most of her tlme at her home xn Mllton, Wxs Harold B Repp wxll attend sum mer school at the Unxversxty of Wxsconsxn Margaret F W' s at her horfv- 'srl son for h r vacatxon Maybe shell practxce cookxng Blanche J Buck elaxms the wom an's prxvxlege of makxng up her mxnd at the last mxnute for she has no plans made at all, as yet She saxd she never dec des upan a thxng unt1l the last mxnute l h H l7m'1n says he IS goxng Page Fxft een tn work durxng the summer so he xv ll b abl to afford to teach next year I1 1 l speseth 1Ilt9l'l1lS to travel thxs surxmer but she has made nol plans as to where she wxll go Harry Pautz xxxll attend summer chool 'tt the Unxversxty of Wxscon 111 and h xlso exp cts to tour the rest of the txme 0rv1lle C Carey plans to tour durxng the summer vacatlon Ole Jorgensen expects to attend the Umversxty of Wxsconsxn dur mg hxs vacatxon l-l'll1'l M111 Harrxs has made no deflnxte plans but she probably l' pend most of her time xn Neenah C F Hedges wxll spend the sum 11 x n Neenah s loctxng furnxture for the mw hxgh school Louxs L Trexall plans to stay at hs heme at Wautoma, Wxs dur 1 the summer Muller xntencls to work at a bank at her home xn Fort Atkxnson l r no the summer So ends the tale of the teachers l ns Our only hope now IS that they wxll be rested up so vx'-ll bv next year that they wxll b ex tremely good natured Photographer "J k thus may and you'll see a pretty lxttle dlckey 1 d come out" M dern Gxrl "Don't be sxlly, expose your plate, and let's get th s over wxth " Bxg Comedy xght 1S Success THREE PLAYS PRESENTED UN DER DIRECTION OF MISS DIECRHOPF The second annual Comedy Nxght .1 presentatxon of three one a t pl ns gxwen by the peech c s e 111 Februarv 12 and 13 These plays were undex the go xv 1.11 dxrectxon of Mxss Ruth 1 :rl xoff wxth three assxstant dx 1 st pay was a clewr ll sy called 'The Wonder Hat 'Ihe cas xncluded fxve people Columbxne Jeanette Schmer o1n Elxzab th Rasmussen Pxexrot Elmer Quayle James Wrase H rlequxn Phxlxp Hahl Wxl lam Rather Margot Henrxetta Krause E eanor WIESE 1 u Ll ncllo L ster Graverson Julxus Dav1s D cctor Helen Schmxdt Se1t111, Helen Schmxdt Aud v R 1 s u 1 Helen Chrxs offer son Marxe Block P cp rt es Elxzabeth Rasmus s 11 L ura Fahrenkrug Th second play Beauty and he J c bxn xs an mterestxng 19 11 f the French Revolutxon p esent ng thxs play was s olows Lou se Larson H len r s clferson Lon Paul lflantz, Arnold m 1 cn Anne Grace Sxmth Marxon Era m 1 alsxn Norb t Smongrsky al 1 nauua Dossonvlle Norvald Smxth, P b rt Mu ller Soldxers lxnold Armstrong G11bert Schultz The p cductxon staff was as fol lows Dxrector Helen Webster Propettxes Nathan Wauda, Marxon Braemer Settxn Gallmexer Costumes Helen Burr Buddy Roman Hauser The productxon staff was Dxrector Jeanette Bessex Settxng Freda Schmxdt Ar nold Armstrong Propertxes Esther Klutz Ber n ce Marten The general productxon staff for comedy nxght was Stage Manager Wxllxam Rathex Lxghtmg Albert Fahrenkrug Scenery Nathan Wanda Busxness Manager Edward Larson The thxrd play, Th Ghost Story had a dxffercnt theme one that held everyrn s xnterest The east was as ollows Katxe Gady N ubauer Elxz abeth Rasmussen George P ul Grogan, Wxl 1 am Rather Ann Janet Gxxlmgham, H len Chrxstoffer on Mary Helen Chrxstofferson, Freda Schmxdt ace E h l Schnexder, Laura n D c 1: Dorothy Gottfrxed, H l Henebry T Rwv Gallmeler Lvnn James Wrase Floyd Emerson Hough F l B rnard Odcxx an Ruth Sawyer, Ray Velma Schvferexn, 4 2 ' ' , 1 ' . o o ' 1 - 1 11 i-- " 1 - 1 1 '1f13ff'fff.J .' 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' ' - - - Frlxs' k-:up-, "THE CUB" Qperetta l OPERETTA Given B Glee Clubs IARGF CAST PRESENTS IICKLES T0 PLE ASED AUDIENLES Th nnual operetta UIVED by he b ys and gl ls gl e club ul der the dlrcctlon of MISS Kather lne Jones, was presented the 6th and 7th of March The sett ng for the operetta Plckl s or In Old Vlenna was lald ln Vlenna at carnlval tlme, when the gypslcs were flocklng ln to town 'Ihe tavern mn kceper was busy wlth hls many guests He was ulsturb d by an advert s llg g nt of an Anerlcan pckle film, who ms s cd upon p s mg s ou IS p CmlS e Chlef of Pol ce of Vlenna and hls com cal asslstants, Ru skl and Bumskl were bent upon malntaln mg crder Th former found out that a celtaln Elgllsh lady was ln the habit of CONIHE to Vlenna at C3ITl1V3l s ason cv ry year to look among the crowds for her daughter, who had been lost ln an accident years ago The Chlef of Pollce determlned to flnd the larlys daughter He select d hrs frlend, the mald at th tavern to act as Lady Vlvlans daughter Meanwhlle, ln a gypsy camp a gypsy Iloha, entertains the for elgners wlth her danclng She tells peoples fortunes ln a mystlc mood whlle the other gypS19S rob the wealthy forelgners Bumskl and Rumskl detect these thefts Iloha becomes dlscontent ed with hergypsy llfe and longs to become a whlte lady as the rest of the forelgners She decldes to leave but the chlef of the trb her father, wlll not allow her to 3 Eventually Lady Vlv an , me. + fm +10 pool and sces her daughter ln the depths Iloha performs the mystlc rites After a conversatlon wlth Iloha, Lady Vlvlan dECld9S to dopt her as her own daughter Iloha per forms her farewell dance for h r gypsy frlends She meets wth much interference from her f ther , but comes to Lady Vvl n only to learn that she IS the real lost daughter The factor prov If ck t Iloha wore around her n ck It w s the one which Lady Vlvlan s h by daughter w re on the nlght he d sappeared and was retu n cd wr h other thlngs stolen by the ywsles at the carn val Interwoven ln this maln plot was the renewed acqualntance of the Amer can pl kle manufacturer and L dy Vlvlan, the love of a palnt r f ll the plck e manufacturer s daughter and the advertlsrng agents love for the gypiy girly Ilona Rumskl and Bumskl lent humor to the play The characters were selected by the dlrector Solos were taken by Jeanette Bessex and Robert Gll lesple Duets were taken by Gwendolyn Breyllnger and Ken neth Kltchln, Jeanette Bessex and Robert Glllespe Vlrglnla Doane and Charles Nebauer Stanley Se verson, George Rohlotf and James Shea and the male chorus The choruses lncluded Vlerl nese Mald ns, Myra Arft, Lucllle Boehm, Dorothy Danlelson, Naomi Glbson, Manon Martv, Laura Drews, Edna Kollath Ethel Schneider Ethel Holl b ck I-I Tl rletta Krause Ruth Mo t Dorothy Bunker, Lucllle Rusch Vlrglnla Dldrlckson Burger J mf' I Back Row left to rlght Hllda Schwander Evelyn Hohnlwerger Mary Rausch Francls Hallock Thelma Nlles Ruth Wll ams Mabel Blank jean Matheson Lucllle Ersenhart B tal ne Fetters Marjone Brshap Maryorle Smrth Eva Hal ock Mldred Chrlstenson Edna Kollath Dorothy Bunker Myra Arft Ethel Hollmbeclt Second Row Standrng Francls Olson Elmer Quayle Albert Fahrenkrug Donald Smlth Vlrginla don Drews Ethel Mortensen Karl Kollath Harvey jorgen on Enest jones Margaret Schultz Charlle Neubauer Gwen Breyllnger Kenneth Kltchln Low ll Zabel Jeanette Bessex John Crrrmea Robert Grllespre Cordon Meyer James Shea Dona Wachrolz Rachel La Fond Walter Schanke James Wrase George Rohloff Arnold Armtsrong Ethel S hnelder James Schell Wrlliam Gnmes Rc 1 Pearson Verna Cook Dledrlckson Cor Vlrglnla Doane Margaret Blenker Stanley ssvefsan Willard Schmldt Tl-urd Row Slttlng Louise Larson Alfred Graaf Lawren e Krtchrn Dorothy Kolgen Germalne Klmberly Dorothy Olson Sara Sande Lucllle Schultz Maxlne Schalk Elalne Evans Mary Ke'ly Lalra Drews Lucllle Runch Dorothy Dnnlelson Herzieldt Nancy Vlvlan Halverson Fourth Row Srttmg Hennetta Krause Bertha Strey Mlldred Anderson Irene Gunther Marlon Brnemer Helen Burr Maryorlc Hamer Marlon Mott Helen Bradley Marron Vla ty Ruth Mott Naomr Glbson Lucllle Boehm Corrlne Goodman Grace Vosrt ORCHESTRA Orchestra Is 5 Years Old MUSCIANS DIRECTED BY MR HOH HAVE SUCCESS FUL YEAR The Neenah Hlgh School Or chestra was organlzed ln 1924 and 25 The first fl1I'ECt0I' was Mr Melvm Schnerder of Appleton He dlrected for three ye rs Durlng the past year Mr Oscar Hoh of Lawrence College lonservatory of MUSIC has dlrected the orches tra He also give vlolm lnstruc tlons The members of the orchestra are Dorothy DUBOIS, plano, Wll lard Buchholz, Vlola Hellerman Ross Pearson Sara Sande and Meta Slelaff first vlolln, Herbert Kruse Harold Koerw tz Theodore Kllnker, and MSIVID Sorenson, second vlolln, Franklln Becker trombone, Elmer Blohm, cornet, Wlllard Hansen Gordon Hansen and Robert Helvey, c arlnet, Ken neth Kltchln, drums The orchestra has made several 'lpp arancea this year They play ed ln the audltorlum t the NI e nah Oconto debate The orches tra accommodated the speech lasses by presentlng some muslcal selectlons for both C medy Nlghts During MUSIC We k the second week ln May the orc lestra gave a muslc program Neenah High School Orchestra n' v d + Bah e at thc N en h The final pre orchestra thrs the Commence ment CXSTCISCS, June 12 at the Neenah theatre The orch stra practlc s eve v Wednesday nlght at 715 ln the assembly The member n of th orchestra has HICTEZSEKI slnce lt was organised four y ar T progress whlch our orchestra has made was evldent at th Mu IC Week program and we are proud f lts advancement Mr Hoh vulll contlnue to dlrect for he has c ceoted next years posltlon as or hestra dlrector, accordn to Mr Hedges There wlll be an e c "ent r chestra plt ln the new hlgh school the presentation senlor class play theatre, May 17 sentatlon of the year wlll be at Per-slr left to nght Mr Oscar Hoh drcctor Dorothy 'J Bo r-amst Theodore Klmke second vlolln Marvm So enson second vlolln Herbert Kruse second vlolln H cld Koerwltz second vlolln Kenneth Kltchm drums Elmer Blohm comet Wlllard Hanson clarinet Robert H t V l Hll fl t l Wll d ve carlne lou e ermnn rs Vio ln l ar Buchholz frrst vlolln Cordon Hanson clarlnet Sara Sands Grst vlo ln Ross Pearson first vlolln Meta Slelan mst vlolln Inset Mr Hoh n ll, v 11 G m Arnold -X ms' ong J m s Wras , Ross Pearson, W lter Sclzmk W l ard clll d u Marlorle omlth Bertha Strfy, Mlillr d And rson Marjorle BISHOP Margaret 'lelker Marie Casp rson Mlldred Christensen Lucllle Elsenhart Bertallne Fett rs Eva Hallock Verna Handler, Margorre Harper Jean Mathewson Marlon Mott Dorls Wachholz Flor nce Bradlsh John Grlles Bernard Derby Gor d n Meyer, Low ll Zabel GYPSIQS Evelyn Hohnberger, Hllda Schwandner Ruth WllllamS Thel 'ma Nlles, Lenore Torsrud, MBTIOH Braemer, Ethel Mortenson Meta Wltchanke Irene Gunther, Francls Hwllcck Mary Rausch Helen Burr, Mlll1C8ht Elsenach, Emest Jones, Elmer Quayle, Dona d South Law rence Kltchln, Ira Clough, Alfr d Graef and Gordon Drews The Plckle Dance under the dl rectlon of Mlss Kath rlne Small consisted of H len Bradley, Elaine Evans Germaln Herz l X Hclv rson, Mary Kelly, N'1rcy Kmb rly Dorothy Kolgen, Doro tlly Oson MQXIHE Schalk Lucllle Sc lultz and Sara Sande T e clowns for the Carnlval scerl were Verna C ok V rl. B ank Gmc V g M111 n J0'19S Carr 1 td lal M:1blB:xlk lD tly Baumann Plano acco lpl lst w c M s M dg Op e an' Kath II 16 Breat ung BRIFHT SAYIVCS OF FRESHMEN Freshmen say Just crnnmg thlngs, Bel evlng cats may speak llke klngs They always have a p rt remark Though lt be taken from the Ark Sara Sa'lde wlll say How cute' Rather than b found qulte mute Oh, corsrs' Woodrow J nsel explodes In a tone that good to one bodes Now, my dear glrls S31 MHXIUB Schalk About as soon as she could talk Oh shucks And his algebra ln hls docker tucks Charlotte Durham drawls My word Whenever she IS shocked or stlrred lm Schell knows all about debates e says, Hot stuff as his chest mflates Dorothy Olson of the Late Jazz Age Says, Am t that somethlng lt s all the rage Now, does that prove the frosh m nd s worth does It stlll provoke your mlrth Myrtle Bursteln Bunny K Im glad Im skm y mama Mother Why un y Cause fat boys have Jm Meyer sigh and says, lo s more room to get spanked Page Sixteen ald the plt was full of cem t bags last time she saw It The orchestra wlll no long r be expvs ed to the crltlcal stud nts eyes It can present 1tS muslc from a sunk en enclosure with only the sound to appeal to the sens s It has not been determmed whether the orchestra practlce wlll be held dunng school hours actlv lty hours, or after school It IS belleved, however that the practlce wlll not occupy school hours smce credlt wlll not be awarded for or chestra work Neenah hlgh school orchestra was another step to ward roundlrg ut our hlgh school 3Ct1Vlfl9S completely We want the orchestra to keep up the good work If We Meant What We Sald I Hew out of bed dashed up to schol, tore up to the cloak room, ran a comb through my halr, brushed past the otlice slld IHLO my chalr stuffed my books lnto my desk, raced to class, sank lnto 'my seat sat on plns and needles all hour Jumped five feet when the bell rang, swept out of the room dld 101 thlngs durlng my free perl A 1 av S l., J - fx fs 1 I V I . 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I ' I III II I I I ' I 1 - t 1- ods u , "THE CUB" Basketball Review Neenahls high school basgetball team experienced a vcry success- ful season, having won eleven out of twelve games, and p'lcd up 234 points against their opponents, 98. Besides this they coupped the dis- trict championship. The Red cage men used a five man defense and played a short passing game, which accounts for the inability of their opponents to score Ycenah 11 Appleton 22 The Red Rockets lost their op n 1 g game of the season to Coaci Shields orange men of A at the S A Cook Armory e nahs lanky piyot m n o Schneller, witnessed tl gam from the side lines b cans of an infected foot This was tie 6 s game of the season for the R ck cts It was also the first and las game they lost during t e s asor Neenah 19 Alumni 17 The Red Rockets w h Joh Schneller back to bolster the l ie up, doyyned the alumni in a hotly contestd battle, 1n the second game of the season This fas the first vctory of the season for the lo cal qumt Late in the last qurater the hopes of the red warriors b gan to fade, when the old grads b gan to drop the ball through the hoop qsut r vularly, only to have the final gun go off before they had overp w r d the red five N ei ah 32 Shawano 21 Co ch Ole Jorgensens Red cag ers sccc eded in defeating the str g Shawano aggregation ln the tlurd game of the season The game was played at the northern city and was a real thriller from the start to the finish The abil lty of the Reds to get through Shawanos defense and drop in short goals accounted for the vic tory Neenah '59 Sturgeon Bay 16 Sturgeon Bay high school s bas keters bowed to Coach Ole Joigen sens six footers in the second conference game of the season Tle game was played in the Rcosf ve t gym and was the for rth consecutlv vlcforv for the Red R c ts T e St on Bay qumti hcvy d plcntv of speed 1n han l rg tle ball l, t r unille 1l"l'LCll of a y in gans e ca 1 ctxomd p f 1 rd t ry xo trouble y rilx g the ball down th Hoor nd dr ppn in sioit oals, which ccount d for the lyrge score Neenah hgi sciools bask tball tram met and flefcated their old rvals Merasha in the S A Cook ll rmorv Coaci Calder s blue war 1 ors w re absolutely outclassed m the time the game started intil the end The local five ex l b ted a brand of ball that would ls ve startled any high school team At half time Neenah was cn the long end of the count Tie Menasha team was held scoreless until late in the second quarter when they scored a free throw 1 This was the only point they fro' the entire fust half The second half was practically a rrp tition of' the first half as they only scar ed six points, one Bed goal a d fcur free throyys Neenah 24 Applrt n Tae Red Rockets io riey d to K pcton whrre they d fc t d the Or nge squad in the rea d of the inter c fy cage battles Tie mme Continued on ll df F, 'Ill . islif to C t 1 u ..q,, . ' mx 'J f 1 ' ,T " T ,S 1 W FIRST TEAM Top row left to right Manager G Blohm Manager Olsen Gaerxner Coach Jorgensen Assistant Coach Pautz Mdde Row E Thompson H Thermansen P Grogan J Shea L Neubauer H Schmidt Bottom Row L Bell J Hewitt J Schneller Capt M ohnson C Ehlers H Stacker P Hahl SECOND TEAM Top Row left to rg,ht4Coach Pautz orgenson Fahren rug, Vwens Hough Manager lsash on m R w Tyrell Bmensfl c pt J h no ch Bar es Neenah Again Goes To State Tourney Nc ah for the second consecu time in tyyo vears sent e m to 'tl d son to participate in the state bask tball meet which o pl c from April 3 to Neenah vyas not as surcessful as was expected and did not carry o'f' al of tl' honors but was re p c cd by the people who savi the v fn s for th ir spnrtsmai ship at ut cle nd tie vyay thry faced de fi.-if Tic fclloyys left her oi Tues r yt 1 lVl d sm a oon of the s mc day Rooms h xd b en rcseryed at the Park Hotel rd cycry body yy is ld when thev fter th ir long wi fre 1 the Nlorthyv stein depot Madison md ba k tball are tvyo 1 ds that bring a thrill to evelv ba ketball team for t means rom petmg for state honors saaethmg cyerv ha k tball team should be looking foryyaid to That same afternoon everybody vtent doyyn to th gym where tne different gimes yyere to be held A team needs to get its mind off of basketball so while doyyn there xt went to several shows and to the University boxing m ets As thrv play d every a tcrnoon at two oclrck cyerybodv wis up at 0 00 otl ek anl y ent over to Cop to eat You yv ll igree w th the fellrws there are tyyoplaces to eat Cops and Home Frosh Girls N evative Debate Team Wins The Fre hmen Girls negative team defc ted the grls afi ve by two points Frdav May The Judges Dorothy Vi enban and Alfred Reetz rated the teams at 100 and 08 per c nt respective The members of the negative team yyere Nancy Kimberly Kathryn Kitchen and Myrtle Bur tein The affirmative team wxs upheld by Lucille Foster, Eanice Johnson and Ruth Nelson Page Sevente n I I Boxing lntroclucecl As Sport This Year Boxing has become a new sport ln Neenah high school this year This is the first time ln the history of the high school that a boxing trurnament has been held The tournament was conducted ly Coach .Iorgenson in the high shool gym Many exciting rrunds yvcre witnessed by the pu pil after school There yyere only one real knockout and three tech n ca' kncckouts E ch boxer was entered to hi weight There were differen w ights cons sting of fl bantcm yyelght feather light weight light heavy welter weight and heavy After all the boxers had been yyeighed his opponent was chosen from his r-lass according to h weight Each boy had to bo three rounds of two minutes eacl and was given a one minute res betyyeen each round About v0 L yn entered in the tournament weight weight weight weight A 1 I Cagers Have Record Year SECOND TEAM FINISHES SEASON WITH CLEAN SLATE The second squad basketball team, coached by Mr. Pautz came through the season with a clean slate. They played curtain rais- crs for the first team games, and won all of them Johnson, who is a sophomore, payed foryyard These two boys yylll prove to be good material for the first team next year Barnes vias high scorer of the season and J hnson second Other members are F nfxson Hough and J Bets enst in who both played center Tyrell, forward Joe Hough ruard Joigenson, guard Owens a. forvyad, and Fahrenkrug, a uard I' u z Coaches Team Th eam was snappy and much c fd t is due to Mr Pautz for his fforts in putting out a winning ombmation When the call for candidates was lssu d bout forty boys tu n cd out for pioctxce As the season came on a few of the plav rs who had b en play ng regular bcrame ineligible bv sickne s Th s is the first time in th history of Nee nah that a sccond team has won all its games Avpleton Game On December 13 they played a curtain raiser for the Appleton game which was their first game lt was a close contest all the vyay throu h but when the final gun sounded Ncenah w s lead ng 24 tv Wm lr m Vocat cnal Schofl On D rember 20 they plaved the Vocatiol il School and wan b score of 21 to 19 Thr folloyyin wcelf tl v ,omne,,eu to o yara with the first team where they Played ru tam rais r winning l'1 to 8 Thr reyct w ck thev vym their fourth g me yyh ch was pl y rd at home again t Kaukiuna nnl L lly a count of 31 to The following week they played Appl ton and won for the sec nd tme from them The score w s l9 to 11 This was 'r curtain raiser for the S u gem Bay game O Friday Jandarv 18 th v y na the r first fr m from Mena ha bv a core of 21 to 13 The rext yy ok they iomn ved to Appleton and y on from 'h m for the third con ecutive time by a score of 24 tn 21 The folloyying yv ck thcy yv n their second frame from Kaukauna hy a 41 to 5 count On Febru ary first they again played Men a ha and yyon by a 12 to 9 score a team of pick ups and won by a one point margin of 19 to 18 On February 22 thev played their third game with Menasha and the last game of the season When the final whistle blew Neenah was leading 26 to 44 They scored 251 points to their opponents 141 Herbv Pardon me for walking on vour ee Marv Oh never mind I some times do lt mvself Lk What is the difference between life and l1ve'7" Jerry Life is one fool thing tfter another, and loyc is two fool things after each other It fake a Scotchman to turn a corner on two wheels Wife Your suit looks rusty tonight Hubbv The tailor guaran tcrd it to yyear like iron . - A - 1. v 1 , . 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Q V ' I I I ,C - ' I ' , ' - Y- "THE CUB" Grid Season Is Very Slow IEKVI REL IVES VALUABLE EKPERIENLE OW FOOT BAII FIELD A ter the football s n f 10245, we found that w nnmg foot l'1l games IS not ex c v the only rg o acmplshd ru tl c football season T e bay re c 1vcu valuable traxm ,fr in develon 1 g their rius les us1ng the1r he ds n different s1t,1at1ons, ard last but not least havmg can-1 dence 1n themselves Shawano Fame The football season cp ned w '1 Shawano on our fi 'd Althfug th1s was the first game of tx season the Red VS arr1ors p'1v one of their b st games of the sea son Neenah was th fi t t score when Herb1e Tliermans n 1n tercepted a pass and ran 10 vsrd 1 to score The score was 6 0 ID f vor of Iv enah 'rt the half When, the second half started Shawano l k aw y anal cared but faded to k1ck goal for the extra pnnt thus ty1ng the score Neenah was determlned so they came back and Schneller scored on a long pass but he falled to k ck th 1, '1' I the last quart r Shawano scJredI touchd wi and k ck d the goal, mak ng the score 15 to 17 ln thelr favor Neenah At Ocanto The folloysmg S t rd xv N Cnwh journeyed to Ocouto to play the strong h1gh sciool team of that 1ty When the game started, it l oked 'ls 1f Neenah was gomg to make a track meet out of it, as Nleenah secur cl the ball on the luck off and marched rlght down the field and scored But she fall m ke the extra pomt Th1s touchdovsn se nt rmulate Uxfv vt srk d llght down the field and scor d Oconto suc ceeded ln domg th1s once more b fore the game was over mak111g the score 12 6 IH then' favor Ncc sh At West DePere Losrng ww games d1d not dis courage the team as they left for DePere wlth v1ctory thelr goal Nleenah was not able to score the first half while DePere made two touchdowns g1v ng them a 12 pomt margm at the half When the Nleenah team came out on the Held t ecard half' and started play 1 g you would not have known ticm They ran around DePeres Cl ds and off tackle scoring two t ehdcwns Later on 1n the game DePere scored a couple of touch fl wns to g1V6 them the game by the score of 2713 It was not untxl the final whistle blew that the fightmg team of Neenah Hlgh gave up K ukauna At Neenah X enah was host to the league leaders on Saturday October 20 at the Citizens Athlet1c field Nce was was not set on wmnmg th1s game, but they were determmed the Ottmen a battle of the1r l1ves On the first few plays it looked as lf Neenah was going to hold the strong Kaukauna team, but the passing was too fast, and Kaukauna scored a few txmes 1n rapid succession In the last quar ter Neenah was determined t n ' tliev :hd b xt they faded to klck the goal The final score was 32 ' in favor of Kaukauna I Neenah At Sturgeon Bay When the team arnved at Stur geon Bay they found the c1ty in an uproar because the game was to be thelr homecoming The Red Warriors started this FOOTBALL B ck Row If: to ugh W Jensen E Thompson H Fahrenkrug A Hansen H Thermansen I Llough R Call m1er Center Row Manage Bxsel L Boelrer P Gro an K N e G Ehlers L Bell P Hahl Coach Jorgensen Font Ro L Neuba Shea C Neubauer A Blank Canton Schneller J Hewitt J Bensenstem E Quayle TRACK Back Row left to nght S Severson R Borchart W Haase J Hewitt J Nelson Coach Jorgensen me l1k they l fl tl c h rs r rch grgrtdu nth fi ld r ly to lose the ball cn .1 fir b on 10 V 1 on cared three touchd wns 1n the fir t half the fi st one commg on a fluke play S ure on Rav had the ball and lt was g vcn to a half back, but at tie some t1me the umpires wh1stlc blew The back field m n kept on ru imng, and he r ssed the goal The referee saxd lt counted but he gave no reason for blowmg h1s vwh1stle In t e last half Neenah held the Cher rypickers to a standst1ll, vuth a long run of Schnellers and th n '1 pass Schneller to Flsher, on whlch Neenah scored and then kicked the goal The final score was 21 7 Two Rners At Neenah Two Rzvers was the foe of Nec n'1h1n the next to last game of the N nxh ga rr showed the power of lts t am by scoring in h r mute o p av on a ong n ss Sch eller to H w tt It look ed as lf Neenah was g mg tJ g v Two R v IS '1 trlmmlng Tvso RIV ers had a small but power ul team and they succeeded 1n scormg one touchdown 1n the fierst half txemg the score 6 6 In the second half Two Rlvers scored three more 'nes w 1l the b t 'Nleenah could do was score once, maklng the fiml score 2512 1n favor of Two SC Make Exce en RIVCYS Neenah At 11vnas11a Record ln Athletl I Tns was the last game of foot bm to b p ayrd for a number of o the hgh school team, namely Capt Schneller Paul Grogan Ray Gallmexer John Hevs 1tt Adelbert Blank Herbert Ther I I fhirles Neubauer l Menasha had a large l1ne w1th the nlmk paymg fullback K1 k proved to be the downfall of Neenah in th1s game when he tore holes 1n our lme for large gains The score at the begin ning of the last quarter was 38 0 Wlth the score plled up agamst them, Neenah opened an attack that resulted 1n a touchdown for Neenah a few m1nutes later the final whistle sounded endlng the game The final score was 38 6 Although defeated 1n every game 'Nleenah succ cded ln corlng on every team they played Nlccnah H1gh School should Track Year Is Successful NEENAH SQUAD ATTEINDS SEVERAI MEETS THIS YEAR Neenah h1gh school track team has experienced a good season on the cmder path th1s year Meet Kaukauna Here On May 14 they defeated Kxu kauna ln a dual meet at the Cltr zens Athlet1c Field Only one re record was broken On account of 2 muddy field other records were lmposslble Schneller broke the only record by throwmg the shot 43 feet and 2 mchcs Neenah vaon a score of 122 Th se who placed 1n th1s meet vere Captam Blank Schncller Grogan Olsen, Hough These boys earned letters 1n the meet Squad Goes to Appletfn Meet On Saturday May 18 Coach Jorgenson took h s squad to Apple tfn the Lawrence Invitation Meet where N enah capped sxxth place 1n the B class Schneller also brk th L nfererc record here n H tirew the shot 42 feet nd 3 lnches Howard Olson won fi t plac 1n the 4 40 yard dash Pete broran won th1rd place 1n 1 v lm meet bv throwing xt 130 cet Our Coach When Coach Ole lorgensen came to Neenah H1gh School as coach it was not hls first appearance wlth 1n the halls of thls school Coach made a name as an ath lete 1n his Jumor year at IN HS H won three letters that year In h s s n or year he again went out for three parts and emerged v1c to 1 us wlth three letters A ter graduatlng from Neenah Hwh SU oo' he attended Ia Cross fo tl rre years and 1n those three ye r he won th ee letters exch rn b ketball football and track He was also captam of the basket bal t am in his senior year at La Cr se Tie J nx seemed to be following 'Vcenvh H1ghs football team but the h sketball team fas wery sue IS the th1rd year that we have had t a track team, and although It IS CS be :proud of the Sophomore class rec ord 1n athletlcs Wrlbert Jens and Everett Thomsen played the football team, and they b lCC9lV9d letters Thomsen was 911 Oh oth on re basketball squad Howard Schmidt also played w1th the fi rst squad Nelther of the two recexv ed a letter in basketball but they are back w1th us again next ye al' backbone of the second basket ball team was made up of Sopho mores Gerald Johnson Tod Barnes Marks Jorgenson, and B1ll Bu Islde all played w th the squad Mystcrlrs Around School 1 Why Fbby N should get B 2 Who has the case on h now" 9 rn sv I' Why we tay 1n Mr Ballan imes room t1ll 5 oclockq A semors w'sh Whom does she go w1th" I w1sh I was a l1ttle rcck Why B1ll Rather spends Fr1 On top of yonder hill day and Sunday nghts on t om nothm all dav long hill m Green B Y in 19231 W y all the g s us v'1n1 But jest a settln st1ll Cases, I wouldnt eat I wou'dnt slcfp 7 Why wlnsprrlm s tcrrxblc " V v uldnt even wash Whose rin VI K uears1 Id set and set a thousand years 9 Who malt the must noxs nl rest myself, by go h' the 9 41 pc 1od'l Fave Elghteen he tv not doing extraordmary work lt IS upholdmg the honor of the lschool very well 1n thls sprmgs season Llttle Flelcl House Passes On Beyond Memorles thats 'ull that 1s left to nt that lxttle green buxldmg on the C1t1zen s Athletic Fxeld It has served 1ts tlme as a field house and now xt w1ll be used as a store house Its shoulders shak mth re morse as lt remembers the games or ather th halves the games Oh' the words that were used then If only 1t could talk Bel eve me the world would certamly hear a o To thmk 1t should be used to store the track cqulpment The field house wh ch was regarded so h lghly by our team Well, each man has h1s day but the days of ome are shorter than the days of others Street Car Conductor Madam th s trans er has explred I MISS Buck Well you cant ex ln rect ml ch w1th the cars so poorlv tel tllated -Y , , 1 . , 1 - . . . 1 , 1' l sea 3 o ' . 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Ungan WX Od urs m lL W fu mum .ll L 1-lonon swEA'rm.s For A Llmued Tune Worn From Coast to Cont Thls Speclal Travel S128 Coty Toilet Water Made By A t 1 1th Il t v lers-it sjutthe ng t Y g 1 e op Tak wth yo on y ur holidays Coty Toilet Wat r IS an es E E Janslrey Co r fr h cl d ntmess Sold By Neenah Wisconsin Nr NAH Twin Cuties Bet 'tore for Womerlza NA HA M NEENAH2 STABLISHED I Hutch Your Wagon To A Star Our me save to grade and h19l'1 chool graduates of lxeenah chools IS contained ln the aboxe aclmomtlon There is no greater truth than that the boy or glrl who choo e a hrgh goal ancl who cle ermmes to achieve some thlng worth while can reallze the ambltlon Our congratulations to the gracluatmg classes May success and prosperlty be yours Cv I , M I Neeuah. O R N E NE N Page Nineteen l O , : H A- fuvl. EA 1 l - ffifj 'll -- l , I1 ll - LGU : l :il l I 14 ! l!i:uHH111w WM If fum Ili 'Nfl llll S . 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I THE CUB Act1ve Semors MANY SENIORS TAKE PART IN SPORTS FOR FOUR YEARS The Class of 1929 has been very he pful to Ntenah H1gh 1n produc mg 1thletc teams Many Respond to Football Call When Coocm Chrxstoph Issued a call for ootball candulate 1n the fall of 25 tl ere w re John Schnel ler Claxerce Thalke Pete Grogan nl lo n Hcwltt from the Fresh man class Although not one of I6 c s ffot a letter that year 1n football thcv rece1ved valuable ex perlence fm r later years When the tzme came for basketball, we found John S bneller on the h1gh school tc m p y nf' center John S hnel ler was t1e only one of the class to get a letter 1n h1s flrst year Jcrgenscn Replaces Christoph Coach Chrlstoph left Neenah h1gh school and h1s p ace was tak l en by Ole Iorgensen who lssued a call for football cancbdates the first day of school At 1230 w f und a number of sophomores The Paul John John ana wa1t1ng to be lssued suits follow 1ng were lssued su1ts Grogan, Clarence Thalke Schneller Mxtch ll J hascn Hewltt, Char I9 Neubauer Herbert Therm n en O,1t of tl representatw s of th ca s J h1 Scln ller was tlc o1ly on to get a letter After the pgskm had b en placed awat the b k tuall team found John S hn ller pl y ng1 center and Mlt hell Johnson p ay mg guard Botn of thes men were paced on the all star tr-an at the O hkosh tournament When the snow had melted th t vear w 1 John Schneller w1nn1ng lett rs 1n rratk Class Actlve as .Iunmrs In the fall of 27 we found Pete Grogan, John Schneller Clarenc Thalke, M1tchell Johnson John Hewitt, Charlle Neubauer H rbert Thermansen Bxll Stacker and Ray Gallmeler chaslng the plg sk1n for the school The basket ball team that year went to Mad1 son and won thxrd place, and won the conference chamoronshvp Tae team consvst d of four members from the lun1or class John Schnel ler, MIfClI9ll Johnson, Karl Gaert ner ard Herbert Thermansen On the cmder p th we found A Blank John Hcwltt ard B111 Stacker run nlng for the school under the col ors of th class of 29 Senlor Year A Success In the fall of 1928 1f you went to one of our football games Vou woud see Captam Schneller lead mg a team on the field wh1c1 cos slsted of Paul Grogan, Ray Gall mexer, Charl1e Neubauer, A Blank John Hew1tt, and Herbert Ther mansen of the Senlor Class I basketball we found Captaln Iohn son, John Schneller Hub Therman sen, Paul Grogan, Howard Stack er, and Karl Gaertner on the t am that went to Madlson The bask t ball team won the conferenc c ia 1 p1onsh1p for the secon consetative tlme After Coach Jorgensen p1t all the basketball eqmpment awav, we found a number of Sen1ors on the track team John Schneller broke the record for the shot put Karl Gaertner runnmg the m1le, A Blank w1nn1ng the 220 and Ir1sh Grogan throwxng the jave n Thus ends four years of h1gh school for these boys who have fought under all cond1t1ons for old, Neenah h1gh school f 'R JO 'IN SCHNFI I F2 When the out 1n June, w1ll lose one she has ever John Schneller came to h1gh ciool from the F rst Ward school where he was actlve 1n athlet1cs In h1s freshman ycar he went out for foottall and cam very n ar mg h1s lett1 I1 that sp When football was oy r 1 e faund Iohnme out for bask tball Ilt went ott nd gave 1ll th t w h1m and, as a result Io UI e was 1,11 the e1gl1t man squad that w nt to t1e D1stx1ct Tournamert As a result of h1s work on the court he was warded a lett r 1n hs first year 1n school wh ch IS not very often ach1eved I 1 h1s Sophomore year he won a 1 ttrr 1a football He played every game at full back and did all thc kxckmg and passmg for the team, dlp omas are passed Neenah Hxgh Sc 1ool of the best athletes a besulesbelng the best ground gum er on thc team lol11111c also won a letter 1n ba kctoall t at vear As soon as bask tbnl scason was cv 1 me fcunrl Jcha out for track H vas h1gh j 1 p ng and runnlng the 1gh hurdes He won h1s lettcr 1n tr cl that year by w namg fi1st Jaco n t e l1ghjump1n a rl ong11la1 m ct T 1s made a trtal f t rcc I tt rs 1n one year T followmg y ar John won ett r 1n basketball and football but as a result of bemg lnjured he d1d not w n a tra k letter At th close of th football season John fort tball y Ill NV'li fl at tball was el c cd c'1pta1'1 of 1928 ball t am Wh n the bask team w nt to Mad1-.on to pl the State Tourn Iabn ""1YCIfl'I b nor of b 1 p ac c nt r all the all stat bask team Llttle Cubs, Blg Cubs Get Regular Awards Plns were awarded to the mem bers of the Cub Staff for the1r work durmg the past year p1n IS glven to those who have been on the the staff fn v ar and a guard IS glven to those who have been on more than one y ar Pins were awarded to th follow mg members V1rg1n1a Doane Helen Bradley Grace Anderson Marjor1e Sande lack Babbltt MHTIOH Marty Alfred R etv Charles Neubauer Jack Hewltt Ruth Sawyer, Dorothy Brovsn Fthel Mortenson Edward Toep pler Albert Fahrenkrug, Dorothy Du Bois Frances Olsen Paul Mantz Lowell Zabel and Harold Rockwood Guard: were awarded to Ed1th Schneller, Gordon Drews Stanley Severson Janet G1ll1ngham Mary Krueger Marguente Danlelson 1 Letter Awards To Be Changed A new athlet1c award system IHS been proposed by Coach Ole orgensen Th1s system should be ead over thoughfully as there w1ll be a vote taken to see 11' 1t 1ll be adopted Only One Major Letter be one major letter letter to take the four d1f'ferent styles now have and of the mapor letter w1ll be to w1n then It IS now, but for those that do not play 1n enough games or wm enough po1nts to w1n a major letter there w1ll b e a m1nor letter, whlch may be worn w1th a strlpe as well as e 1 ajor letter For the athlete who does not have enough qJ11tc1s o XVI'I a m1nor letter, or for play ers on the second team 1n basket ball th r w1ll b '1 numeral By thls system every athlete 1s award d somethmg for h1s pay ng on some athletlc team of the h1gh school Regulatlon For Letter Award In football a person must play 12 quarters to w1n a major letter, nd for playlng 1n I1 to 4 quarters he w1ll VECCIV a m1nor letter For playmg 1n less than 4 quarters he w1ll recelve numerals In order to w1n a major letter 1n basketball one must pay 1n 16 quarters to WIH a 111nor letter one rust play fro 1 4 to 111 quarters For lettr than -I quart rs and fur 1l ylng on the second team one w1ll recelve numerals When a person 1s on thc tracl team, he must w1n 5 pants meets where less than four schools There w1ll and a m1nor place of the of letters we N A A The 11 ch harder where four or more schools are d to w1n a major lt er Wher a p rs n srores from I to 4 po1nts where lcss than four schools are entered a d 1 to 4 po nts where four or more chools e 1te1ed e wll serv re a m1nor letter Sf ndard To Be Ralsed A system l1k thls w1ll ralse tl1e adarf' cf the letter due to the ct trot tle major lcttcr 1s mcr d1Pfic1.'t to w1n econd Team Coach Mr Harry Pautz was born 1n 'Rh nelander YVIS He attend the 1n and r h1gh school and play ed on the Rhmelander h1gh school o sketball team 1n h1s jun1or and semor y ars After graduatmg from h1gh chool he attended the State Teachers College at Wh1te water, Wxs He was a member of thc basketball and the track teams 11n h1s jumor and senlor years Whtn he fimshed college he taught 11 Waup ca a year and then taught 1nM1ch1gan The followmg year he me to Neenah and IS now teach nfr 1n t1c Neenah h1gh school Fcu Nom Tourney l J ln erestmv Th1s Year Toe annual Fou Nom tourna mentwas held 1n the h1gh school gy Frxday afternoon, March 22 ter ng 1n the play In the first game of the tournament, the Pork Lmks, capta1ned by Joe Belsen ste111 dcf atcd the FIZZ Boos cap ta1ned by Tod Marnes, 1n a 24 to 14 count Barnes was the h1gh scorer of the lostmg team w1th 11 points and Neubauer of the w1n nmg s1de w1th 12 po1nts In the second game the Terrxble Dutchmen, capta1ned by C1 rad Johnson, lost to the Tape Worms, capta1ned by Marx Jorgenson by a score of 17 to 11 Ira Clough of the w1nn1ng five was the h1gh carer w1th 8 punts whlle Wh1tpan was ted w1th Johnson of the los g sde, SHCI havmg four po1nts n the th1rd frame the Pole Cats capta1ned by Howard Schmldt de feated the Dutci Blockheads cap ta1ned by Charles Neubauer, 30 to 9 Uchmldt was the h1gh scorer of the w1nn1ng team w1th 16 po1nts uhlle Fuhs took the honors of the los ng s1de ulth five po1nts In the last game the Plcket Pan thers won from the Moonshmers by a score of 2 to 16 Loyal Boel terwas captaxn of the los1ng team '7onald Chrlstlansen of the los1ng team was the h1gh scorer of the m w1th 12 po nts wh1le Gordon Hallock, captam of the w1nn1ng tram, was h1gh scorer for h1s team wth 10 po1nts The tournarrent ended on Thurs dav March 28 The Pol Cats MARIE WEBSTER c ptamed by Howard Shm1dt Ma11e Webster IS the only g1rlll an the tournament Whllf? -l0l1H son s team the Terrible Dutchmen n l1gn chool to w n two N n 1 :VNV athwtlcs Mane VS Uailu Vcooped s cond place lVIarx Jor atmz HHS :prmg and gh? will be gensons five were the wmners of thrrd place russed ln basketball volley ball a d track next year She has also been actxve 1n the Forens1c soc1ety1 one man lg knocked llollll bb' dn and the Girls Glee Club automoblle every 20 m1nutes ln W Los Angeles Norbert Smongesky Howard Gee' You d thmk 113 would wear Stacker, and Chester B1sel hlm out Pag e Twen ty 1 1 Basketball REVIEW Contmued from Page 7 a non conference game, provlded much excltement for the evenmg Appleton defeated the locals ln the first 1nter c1ty battle, and th1s tlme the Rockets were out for xevenge Neenah 24 Kaukauna 7 The Red Rockets made It seven stralght vlctorles bv defeatmg Kaukauna 24 to 1 The Rockets show1ng m1d season form, had pract1cally no d1fi'iculty IH dlspos mg of the Kaukauna cagemen The games was played ln a crack er box gymnaslum at Kaukauna The gym bemg a small one, en abled the Neenah cagers to have a perfect workmg defense and a hke offense It was very seldom that the Kaukauna team got a. shot ms de of the defense Prac tlcally all of thelr po1nts were made V13 the free throw route Neenah 22 Antlgo 12 Play1ng a "top notch brand of ball the Red Rockets were suc ccssful ln d1spos1ng of Antlgo The game was played at Ant1go 1n a rather small gymnaslum Although the Antlgo team was capable of playmg good basketball zt was unable to do away w1th the Red Cagers Neenah 24 Menasha 12 Agam the old rxvals met and as a usual thmg Menasha was on the short end of a 34 to 12 count when the gun sounded The game as all other TWIN Clty games, was a hard fought game Both teams were eager to gave the other a good trlmmlng Th1s Neenah Menasha game w1ll be one that few people w1ll forget espeually local fans Early ln the first quar one polnt one of the Menasha players who had the ball rn h1s possessxon drlbbled over mto one corner o fthe floor and stood w1th the ball under h1s arm He stall ed 1n that manner untll the whxstle for the quarter was sounded The player stalled for about five or SIX m1nutes In the second quarter Coach Ole Jorgenson but h1s reg ulars 1n the llneup and from that tvme on the Red Rockes had l1ttle to worry about Neenah 27 Two Rivers 21 The Red Rockets stretched thc-xr strlng of vlctoyaes to ten when they defeated Two RIVCYS 1n a close game The game was play ed ln the Roosevelt gvm and was n p and tuck throughout The Rockets showcd their 'stuff when they came from behmd after a pror start and walked off with a v1c'ory The was the last con ferenc game of the season and w1th that vxctory to thexr creeht the Neenah qumt went through the season wxthout a conference de feat District Tournament As far as Neenah h1 h school was concerned the Menasha d1s tnct toumament was a bxg success The Rockets defeated Oakfi ld h1gh r- col V1 th opening game of the tournament by a score of 27 to 8 TheOa.kfield lads were outclassed from the begmmng of the game Neenahs second vlctory of the tournament was West DePe1e West DePere was defeated bv 34 to 12 score The champ onshzp game of the tournament was he tween Kaukauna and Neenah Th final score was 16 to 7 The both teams exh1b1ted a poor brand of 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V 1 A . , 1 ' 1 1 '. 1 ' AA . . 11 NICKLETYPBS LEAD MOLDS THE CUB ll 0 USE YOUR BANK as you would a frlend for hls strength for hls experlence and J u d g ment and unclerstandlng and hls ablllty to work Wlth you for mutual ad vantages You ll find that fuendlmess ln thls bank we have loullt for for you glea- E edwe omposltlon NATIONAL MANUFACTURERS BANK GF NEENAH an Prrntmg IS the master key of our clvrlrzahon the means through whrch we have ac ed t edu on a d ndustry IS e orth the very hrghesl efforts of nts craftsmen NEENAH PRINTING CO NEENAH WIS MAY LOOK A W BUT- At trmes you have bought apples and found them hard and tasteless Although apples may look alrke they often differ ln quality Llkewlse Electrotypes that look allke may be different In quahty There rs no deception In the appearance of Electrotypes made by the Northwestern They re always as good as they look '3heN0 ELECl'RUl'YPE C0 Phone 318 Neenah W1s , 'fa ART WORK ENGRAVINGS CURVED PLATES PgT ly "THE CUB" FACULTY School she taught English I and French I. Besides her regular subjects she accepted the respon Slblllty of belng the High School I1brar1 HISTORY "AQ Contmued from Page 11 1ng th1s year are general scrence chem1stry and phys1cs Ole Jorgenson whose home IS 1n Appleton IS a graduate of La Crosse State Teachers College at La Crosse W1scons1n HIS one great subgect IS phys1caI educa t1on Edna Mae Harrrs of Neenah W1scons1n IS a graduate of the UDIVGISICY of W1scons1n where she recelvecl her B A degree Eng I1sh IS the field of work ln vuhlch she SPGCIBIIZCS She teaches Jun lor and Senlor Engllsh Lou1s Trexall Wautoma Vhs cons n IS a graduate of the State Teachers College at Oshkosh The subgects wh ch he IS teachlng are agrxculture geography and phy s1oIogy H also handles the ex cuse system Arm1n G rhardt Neenah Ihs cons1n graduated from St ut In stltu e Wood work cab1net mak mg nd pattem maklng are the ubjects he teaches to hlgh school boys and also to the e1ghth grade Eva Mueller Fort Atkmson W1scons1n graduated from the State Teachers College at Wh1te water W1 cons1n 1n 1928 Commg d1rectIy from college to Neenah he accepted a POSITION 1n the com merc1aI department teachmg shorthand I typ1ngI penmanshlp and commerclal ar1thmet1c Th G A A has her at 1ts faculty adv1sor Helen Thompson of Neenah raduated from Carroll College, where she rece1ved her B A de gree Th1s year 1n Neenah H1gh S2432 TTI fa Wh IIIAW4 ,. Z Clara Patzel Neenah W1 consm IS a graduate of Neenah Hlgh School She IQ one of the vary eff1c1ent SECTEQHFISS of Neen1l1 High School Kathc1n Jones Racme XNIS consm graduated from Lawrence Conservatory of MUSIL of Law rencc College Appleton MISS Jones has charge of the Hlgh School glee clubs and the annual operetta She also teaches mus1c 1n h grade chools AI1ce L Colony Fvansvxlle Vhs cons1n came to Neenah H1gh S hool Ih September 1928 to teach Fngl sh I and Enghsh II She IS a graduate of Lne UHIV9 Q 3 lf W1 c nn and taught at A h land H1gh School Ashland WIS LOISIII b 1' re commg to Neenah S o 1s on of the Cub adv1sors 'NI I1 M D nn Il Cascade WIS cofs II wha graduated from State T ac c1s Coll ge at Osh osh t upht gc 1erI subyezts 1n the vocat1o1I chrol of Neenah dur 1nf, l92S and 1929 C ell Bes nsteln Neenah Wlscon 1n 1s secretary 1n the of flce of Necnah H1gh School f vh1ch she 1s a graduate Charlotte Peters of West I3 nd Wlsconsm te ches home cconom1cs n 'XI enah H1gI1 School to both hlgh school and grade school stud cuts Mss P t rs IS a g1a1uatc of Stout Instxtute Ruth Deckhoff 'VI dlson Vlxs consm 1S a graduat of the D111 versxty of WISCONSIN Before com mg to Neenah Miss Dleckhoff tau ht at the Un1vers1ty High School Madxson Besules teach mg speech and EngI1sh she IS fac1l v dv sor of the .Iumor clas nd coaches all dramat1cs V V V V GRADUATION DAY I V 1 mi., A Treasured Photograph The youngsters may forget But you must remember Yours I8 the pnceless pnvllege of preservmg forever that eager look that heyord the Alps hes Italy express1on Tr asure those Graduation Day photographs F ADNER STUDIO NEENAH WISCONSIN 209' DISCOIJDI to Graduates MEYER S BOOTERI E Exclusive Footwear Shoes Hoslery cond Shoes Known by Everyone Everywhere FIorshe1ms for IVIen MHITIX Br Johnson Steph ns Br Shmkles Shoes for Women Plecl P1pers for Chlldren MORE CAN T BE SAI D FOR THE ..:.. XX NEW NASH 3400" 5, THAN rms- A Iust look at the outstandmg features NASH offers that others cars don t All as regular equlpment at no extra cost Nash 15 the only car of all the new cars wlth every new I929 reflnement Every model IS a supreme ex ample of value glvmg Compare the deI1vered prxces w1th those of other cars-when you have made th1s companson you vv1II be astonlshed how few other cars offer anythmg Ilke Nash 400 senes value Your own good judgment w1II prove that we are under standmg the facts TWIN IGNITION MOTOR WORLDS EASIEST DRIVER CONTROL HYDRAULIC SHOCK ABSORBERS FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS BIJUR CENTRALIZED CHASSIS LUBRICATION 7 BEARING CRANKSHAFT REFRESH ING COMFORT COSTLY CAR INTERIOR FINISH Trl Ctty Nash Company The Record Breaking New Nash "400" .,,, 11 "ig, lllllllf-"' 'I ig! It eff f WWW dnl f .r 1-41 f X I IQ' L1 1 " X511 XT HI L The Power That Makes The Wheels Go Round The marts of trade Huorlshxng farms, happy households II reach the peak of efflcxency when properly financed The busl ess man who goes to h1s banker when he wants to obtam funds or mvest PIOFIIS the farmer who secures a Ioan from his bank to par chase new equlpment the housewlf who mamtams checklng and av1ngs accounts take advantage of the greatest 1ntang1I:1Ie Iorc 1n c1v1I1zat1on BANKING Neenah State Bank Page Twenty Two . . . I A . . - f' 1 ' 'an. ' ' - I V 1 1 1 AS 1 1 , ' -, n V A 7 I ' ', ' 3 1 2 I 1 . , . . ' -- - 1 1 - ' . , I I A . 1 , . x , I S h 4 , , ' '. - 1 . .1111 ' 1 - A ' , ' s .. l ' ' ' l ' . : . , 1 . , .- 1 - - - , T . ' . ' ' . .F C , ' , . ,. . . V 11 . , D V 1 1 ' A 1A 1 A' ,z - 1, 5 , . Y ' . 2 5 l . n I1, Q . 3 I . . 1 C 1 e 2 , 1. , .- ' 1 - -I i 1 ' ' , c .- 1' I1 .' c k . 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'Q .IM1 K r ' x l L I E . 1 1 - " fig T I' 11 '.- -A YAWAVLV II11 .1-11 - "N Z v - S . . -l- mt- 9 s ' I I ' ' : , o o T ' .noun smuns msn commv MENASHA WUUIJENVIAHE CUBPUBATIUII MANUFACTURERS of and Corrugated Boxes Pails - Barrels - Tubs - Kegs THE CUB THERE IS AN OLD SAYING BUT TRUE SAWYER PAPER COMPANY TODAY AS 100 YEARS AGO THAT Econommng for the purposee of hemg Independent e of the soundest mdlcatlons of manly character And Now Do You, Young Men and Women of Neel-,ah Hlgh School Prmters Stock, Wrapping Paper and Today your compamons are boys and gurls lxke yourself In a few months or years you will be rubbmg up agamst men ln the Busmess World Those men are keen Judges of personalxty and character They wxll want to know 1f you have Stablllty and R Ililllllty and one of the simplest methods of gammg thls m formatmn rs to ask you mf you carry Llfe Insurance It makes no difference to them How Much you carry but do you carry Any Lxfe Insurance to the Bus ness Man ln lllflng' young men and women means St bzllty and Rellabllxty Llfe Insurance means that the Young Man and Young Woman has an Investment that will tend to make hlm a. steady and de pendable employee because hc has a monetary mvestment 1n Llfe Insurance that IS worth safe guardmg who carrxes msuranc Ilfe Insurance moans Greater Crnfidence ln all your work And lf you doubt these words of w1sdom Just ask any Business Man of Neenah wh ch 0' two boys he would employ the one who carrles Life Insuranc or the one who does not carry Llfe Insurance WHICH CLASS DO YOU BELONG IN TODAY' Your h me town Company the EQUITABLE FRATERNAL UNION wxll msurc you for the DTICE of a few of the Ice Cream Sodas vou buy every month IT IS UP TO YOU If your future means anythmg to vou then drop m at the Home Office Bulldmg of the E F U and a k for Orrm Thompson or Norton J Wllllams or Dm W Dunham They Wlll Help You Start un the Rxght Road to Success D0 IT AND YOU WILL N VER REGRET IT Paper Speclaltles Phone 51 Neenah, Wls THE FLOOR PAINT THAT LIVES UP TO ITS NAME For a beautxful serviceable varnxsh like fmxsh that wnll wear almost mdefimtely and stlll keep its brightness use Patek Brothers Wearproof Floor Paint. It dnes wxth a fme unnform lustre Easxly applied Hows freely off the brush and covers surface solndly Patek Bros Pamt Headquarters EQUITABLE FRATERNAL UNION Neenah Hardware C0 N ENAH WISCONSIN NEENAH WIS NEEN ll PAPER 00MP NV Page Twenty Four . . . , 9 U . . . , ,. , 1 is on ' ' ' ." . ' 7 - ' I ' O i R . . . . . , . ' ' ' , . I . l l I Life Insurance means Self Respect for the young' man or woman , .1 I ' '- . 1- ' . , , . , D . . . ' v ' 0 Y ' , I I . . . F ' . . I I ' 0 E . V Q 1: .. , , ' K: THE CUB Nl! MIM lllllil 5 Tere IS no famlly resem blanc m KIMLARKS Each pattern li ae dnstmc tive and dlfferent as any woman would care to have It Beautlful colors are fur ther enriched wuth sk ll ful harmonious blending that hespeak dxgmtv and good taste And KIMI ARKS cause of Lhe1r remarkable qualltv wear exceptwn ally well and consequent lv are more economical I pavs to sell K M IARKS as thousands of merchfmts alreurlv know Izkmusc lt w1ll pay vou Illustxaterl c ata l o gr of KIML-kRKb IH their nat Ural colors will be mailed ,c FRFF to merchants re estm X T1 KIMLARK RUG CORPORATION Home Office 8x Mlll Neenah Wisconsin NEW YORK xule Bunldmg 295 Fnfth Avenue aplay R oms CHICAGO Amencan Furniture Mart S66 Lake Sho e Dr ve 726 Dlploma. 4 honor An exquxsne Blu '-1 u Dlamond ring for gradxn non No other gm can mark. the event so successfally 'N X, years or daily adnutauon w ll only serve to brxgh en JD- 5' memory f th occasmu FV' ,ffalllarflcd rhsrnbular EllUlEBI!ll2:E3 a re-i f ,fjgmzb F Q. ff L P A HAERTL lllf fl A Elanuaaf. we GENUIN DIAMOND RING Jf E ER DOWLING CO TWIN CITY DEALERS LIINCO' N FORD FORDSON PHONF zooo ! 7 5 , xx.,-fffx Wg' w L .IIA5'l: "af"-'N 'Isl 1 I wf- Q Wig. 'YN X915 X 'f , 1 'Il ll ,.-,n',.n,,. 1 I 1 v 1 '.In'lll!l'II5"'I " u 1,2 Every Thing For a Boy's Vacation at PRICES that SAVE You MONEY gh !'1!!!!A! C LKKUL Co. ' DEPHQDABLE FOR DAD AND LAD Page Twenty-F ive "THE CUB" GRADUATION TIME is the one great event in the life of the young lady and you g man. Naturally the parents will want to bestow upon th g d t I t g gf! I b h I b ra uae a asm 1 o remem rance. w a is more fitting than a Gruen or Bulova watch--they are reliable. W. O. NELSON Hallmark Jeweler I P is showing a very complete assortment of these line watch Also showing a fine line of Diamonds at reasonable pric GIIMPMIY V --, LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE MONEY REGULAR LY EITHER SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNTS AND HOW YOU CAN GET LIBERAL DIVIDENDS ON SUCH SAVINGS TWIN CITY BUILDING LOAN 8z SAVINGS ASSOCIATION NEENAH STAT BANK BUILDING NEENAH WISCONSIN Fon cLEAn, CONCISE LOCAL ana wom.n NEWS Read A TRUTHF UL AND INTERESTING HOME PAPER and read the advertisements found on the pages of the News Times read them every day They are merchants Pg T nyS I . , .... your guide to wise buying, honest values and reliable a e we t -,ix THE CUB" ,.. I GEO M DANKE CO D al ra Sweet Cream and Milk MANUFACTURERS OF BUTTER fel ph 0 6016075 C t Clothes make the man on the golf course too Have your togs cleaned thls week You 11 feel better Phone 160 or 161 TWIN CITY CLEANERS 81 DYERS oufc mee sw eM wucau LET US make your summer a pleasant one wlth our B1 cycles Boat Notors Golf Lawn Tennxs Base ball and other a hletlc supplles w Ap STROEBEL HDW CO Pl-zoN 207 N1-:ENAH wls INDIVIDUAI TAILORING Tha fer onal touch and SCYVICC whlch enable us to present to you th very essence of satlsfactlon always preclomlnate ID clothes bullt by MADSON AWSUMB CO l ff! s 5:6 " I We 5? rf- ff Q 'Q ' F WHAT KEEN DRESSERS ARE WEARING The fellows all say that the place to get your haberclashery IS at the WEBER CLOTHING COMPANY Dealers m Fme lothmg and Haberdashery TWO STORES NEENAH MENASHA Company Prmtmg Sv. Carton D1v1s1on Menasha Wxsconsm Pg T , I I ' ,L , 1 . ' , e e ln . - . , . o us e ic an i e one 14 - o. ommerclal S . l . I I ' - l Y k c ' ' y - 9 1 1 . J .. . . ' ' . Q A 1 e preciate Your Patronage ' ' ' . . vu 4 I 4 1 - I H1456 - ' fy . ,se ., lung... ' V2-Q 5353 . 4- v so 'JEL ,fs..., I .4 u - fs.. .,-M: AE' 2?F'f11if' 4'f1q"ffJ' , 1 Zi !'g.4:?,s, wymyfw- ' ,L-' ,., ' ,pswfi e Q 1 1 ' Q o s 0 0 . . f . U I a e wenty-Seven "THE CUB" HUMOR Modern Definitions Caterpillar - an upholstered worm. Pedestrian - a person whose auto is being repaired. Fish Net - a lot of holes sewed together. , Model T Ford H an auto you have to push up hill with your left foot. Angleworm f a caterpillar after agame of strip poker. "I've always admired your K' X . S EL u lhllf 5 5 Helen: Oool! How nice to he rn avlaflr, .X Ni.nI Yeah. Wanta ily? I'I:'lf:i: Oli. you het I 410. A Mun: All rigrht, just a min- ute, III cuteh you one. 'tliave you seen Dorothy late- ly?" "No, I quit going out with hz-r because she made sligrgr-stivi: re- marks." "What?" "Yes, she was always suggnst- ing shows anvl things we could 'rv to-v hands." "Thanks, I'vi- always been quite I met her in the gardeny The night was still as cleathg I knew she knew her onions, 'Cause she hail 'em on her breath, Mr. Jones: What's thi- idea? I thought you said that my i-.mal wouldnt have any rocks in it this month. Di-aler: April fuel! The laziest man we'vo heard of is the man who drove the Model T Forfl esn he wouliln'L have to knock the ashes off his cigar. HANSON BROS. Concenlratin on Wilson Brot ers Haberdashery is s ,4 ff' 'XX Q, 'oi 0 1' Q an Q ' : J Ggimcio X - 1 ' . john B. Stetson Hats . 0 Q5 filet' X I 'flgbiizg S W Wilson Bros. Shirts ' J'-L2"f17f5 . ' M . ' 'i""5':I1'3':"'::,.. ' 055110 F My ug' if 'W 2'3i'?: M m'i ' V J' IW 000 , cv H 001215, Loc W HWHQL 0 'wirf in mf' N 7, lkfzrsz-.qi Q it ' 33:33 11' 1 ' N 'av H llll' I '::i:i:3:3f5:5:-:-.-.,. " N s , Q .Q XTR , Neenah, Wis. KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE BETTER THINGS IN LIFE Music will enrich the life of your child and bring happi- ness in later years. T,,,ag,4 i a s :::is.g3T 'Ind The largest mdivldually owned store Ln Wisconsin FREE FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE ONLY I A 25c can of Talcum Power with each Ilavol Helmet Swimming Cap, 756 ELWERS DRUG STORE PHONE 24 NEFNAHS WISCONSIN ll RDWO0D PRDDUCTS 00RPORATION P Tw ntf Eifhc lc F 3 AY: 4. t . . 'ls' I Y 1 r . I , I ' H . . . . . . ,, in I - - - --1' c U B" M , . Xl 7 2, . . .V gjali . ' , X 22 '4 ' ' A - ' ,f if pi-, X ' X fwfr! 'fm .. ,. '. .4 A A ' N - 'U fe1Aq,sf-"3 , . ,, ' 3, f if we e ' .- f H21 V , J' . , aw 1: -2 ,,f,4glf,1,i . -, if 'i A 3. TV 'N , a1.'f 7"11gfsW':'fy- H' N- . I -,....- f A beautlful g1ft for her graduatlon -' ' 'I ff.m.e.1.a a chest steeped in the romance o the past Where Quality Ia Ffiej 1 P P ."L I1 Higher lhan l rlce ., Eggaaaaizr, e:f- Aeafffe ' P ,W 1 ff fn ff 4 W 0 ,. I 1 Q 1 It , J f J ft 1 , ' i fu Y , I ff, 1, L. ,,,.,,1-,, .J , ,. ,f f, : f , :,, ,,, ',1', '.' . Jr 4 ' ,i-.--'. 2 1 r J 'ff P, f .i.i -a fffzae rrf P Q 'dr -ff W-Q ,.,. if 1,1 3 -:Vg ,li-,rar-'exam - ,jf f. Q 4 9.4 'ix l I an 1- 4 , , .41 1 X ff 'wmv Xi 1 11 , r I 1 N' 55. X f I I '11 7 'N 1 O mf f' X '- W 1 0 , 4.2.2 - ' --7 H I-1:2 THE DOWLING DOWRY CHEST b y I. A N E 1 is ches has the lov Yes! o Orienta an mexican wa nur v nee onthe outside and the choices! oi roma ' red cedar eanw on the 'ns'de, Lhe cedar being 94 inch ick 'n acc nce wuh the U. S. Gcvemmem recommendations for mo - iling cf ar c rs. .cavi paneled wp richly embellished with carv mculdings. e chrs i Weshillbemosthnppyrohveyou specuhs h LF rth Girl Grad r iornygxloryoungwoma rmo :bla gi e bl vllghihznwoemrnfghegsl em! msod y NEENAH MENASHA s rRUELJER S BERGSTIWM PAPER G0 VALKVRIE PAPER Pa T I ty Nina HE 4f"gE Vh ' . X A W X , ,f X C ff vliv ' j ,lf 1 1 ' 4, A IQ Wi., fi 4 ui . Heh P I BHLQZL YA . . . . K- x f ff v' m " 1 . I TJ N N f ,ff h'h , , Y N 't ' 1 V J 'P V 7 ' I ff 1 7 4 1 n I ff I I I 11' if Il Q Lf 4 1 Mm X 1 g wx in K Q R 1 , . Y X . xl 1 I 0 A11 ' J ,xi 4, Z , A ,fy 5" 1 X X .5 i f ?' w Th r en f l dA 1 e n a uc h ood 1 r th 1 ormla a thkl d h r I-' ly ed Th ts roomy, capgcious, inviring - indeed a charming treasure rc hand down mfurure mentions, a in ic o e ' uae- 'r n-nofmero rencc-pa iris ani 'va e. ' ' . veni er ma I bearran ' ' easing Lanem ell. L ' 17 'N 3 L I -4 1 ' "'lHF, k L,'B" 4 Use Cold Cream? then remove lt entwely every clay To avold sallowness acne and other skm troubles learn to rub cold cream off Instead of rubbing It ll'l Face creams dust and dlrt that gather m the pores powder and rouge all these thmgs endanger you slun beauty Wash cloths and towels dont really remove cold cream lhey rub It ln, mstead of off And they must be laundered too often when soxled with cream and make up Old pxeces of linen are regular germ breeders mfectmg the skin You must remove cold cream wlth a substance that IS made to absorb' There IS a product created just for thls purpose called Kleenex LEENE Kleenex cleanslng tlssues are soft dCl1CatC to touch pure Whlte hyglenlc You use them once then chscard them llke paper And they cost so llttle that laundry bllls seem extravagant ID comparleon They re Ideal for blend mg rouge and powder too Send the Coupon below tor a sample packet Kleenex Company Lake Mlchlgan Bldg Chicago lllmols Please send sample t Address City State Page l hlrty C O v 1 . , . , 1. . 1 s , . ,. , . . y . , . - o Name.,,,,,,,......, .... ...,............. ......


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