New Hampton High School - Shadow Yearbook (New Hampton, IA)

 - Class of 1929

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' 'Y' -V Vw. f Vw- in .A 1' - in - A --f , ,V -1 F.-'iiiif I ' X .V figs- . 3 -' 1., 'gg V V -' I ,-521 Q' . ' 'H if., ' , 1 -N, ' '.1 . J, - f XV V :' 1 'A ' .' --x .. V .mo--, 1 . ,Wy iffv. 'V l - iff ' .1,i,'r. , V " jf x Q .113 , Q", Q BQ- ' ' -we-vp. . ,K ., V 4 Y Shahtdti HARRY L. CRAWFORD Principal B. S., Electrical Engineering, Des Moines Univ. Graduate Work, Des Moines Univ,, '23 Graduate Work, Leland Stanford Univ., '28 Instructor, New Hampton, '22-'27 Principal, New Hampton, '27- Mr. Crawford: "Get 71 book on your desk :xml makerbelieve you are studying anyway." FOREST J. MOORE Superintendent B. A., Upper Iowa Univz, '17 Graduate Work, U. of I., '21 Law, U. of I., '22 Supt. Schools, Elgin, Iowa, '19-'20 Supt. Schools, LaPorte City, Iowa, '22-'27 Supt. Schools, New Hampton, '27- Mr. Moore: "I want to talk to the student body aw few minutes on un impor- tzmt matter." 1.929 Seven Eight Shilhlflfll 'xv . X-.. 5.5 -.. .,, m i LOUISE I.. WORLEY Latin-English A. B., Coe College, '27 New Hampton, '27- Miss Worley: "I mlon't want 21 single one of you to look up from your book the iw-ist of the period." A. M. WETTACH Vocational Agric--f.f'1n. Train, B. S., Iowa State College, '23 Ames Senior High, '24-'28 New Hampton, '28- Mr. Wettach: 'Ordinaxrily you would do it this way." RUTH M. ZIEKE Physical Education A. B., I. S. T. C., '28 P. E., Simpson College Summer School, '28- New Hampton, '28- Miss Zieke: "Ready, exeiuse -l--2--l 2-I-2." EDITH E. FRIEDEN Matl ematics-History A. B., U. I. U., '26 Waucoma High School, '26-'28 New Hampton, '28- Miss Frleden: "What do you people do with your time?" 1529 sllilhllfll DOROTHY M. CORNING WILLIAM FLEMING Music Mathematics-Athletics E I. S. T. C., A. B., '23 A. B., DePauw Uni., '10-'14 Mapleton, Iowa, 523326 Summer School, Purdue Uni., '22 American Institute of Normal Univ. of Illinois, Champaign, Ill., '22 Methods-Music Supervisors Diploma Univ. of Iowa, Summer School, '25 Northwestern Univ., Evanston, Ill., '22 Rockne-Meanwell Coach. School, Notre Dame New Hampton, '28- Woodward, Okla., '14-'15 Miss Corning: "I'd like to have about six Arcola' Illinois' '21-V22 boys move the piano for me." Adel, Iowa, '22S'26 New Hampton, '26- Mr. Fleming: "C'mon. C'mon, show at little life." MILDRED J. MAJOR JOHN H. LYFORD English-Dramatics History-Coaching A. B., State University of Iowa, '26 A, Bu U, 1. U., '28 New HHIUDYOU, 25- New Hampton, '28- Miss Major: "We'll have a little quiz to- Mr. Lyford: "All riirht fellows. let's be mln." quiet." .1929 N ine Ten Shahnfxl MRS. ALLIE BEALL WILLIAM WATERS Assistant Principal Marhematice-Physics-Amlanes B- 5-1 M- Sw Iowa Wesleyan B. A., Iowa State Teachers' College Instructor, Afffm New Hampton, '27- Principal, Creston Mr. Waters: "Whose talking now?" Assistant Principal, New Hampton, '23 Mrs. Beall: "We must put this over in line shape." HELEN FULLER ELLIS Home Economics B. S., Iowa State College New Hampton, '26-'28 Miss Fuller: "We shall try a new recine today." 1929 RUTH GETHMANN Commercial B. A., Iowa State Teachers' College Ida Grove, '21-'23 Rock Rapids, '23-'25 New Hampton, 25- Miss Gethmann: "Yo ll may DTGDHFQ YOU! se'f for some dictation." illilhllfll CELESTA IEFFERS Art B. Di., Peru Normal School Highland Park College Chicago Art Institute New Hampton, '20-- Miss Jeffers: "We will draw jf,-:ft from observation today. another nb- ELMER l. CARPENTER Band-Orchestra Highland Park College of Music Vandercook School of Directing New Hampton, '25- lVlr. Carpenter: "Play that pier-e time." 1929 mrzxin, and see if you m.:n't get it right tl-is Eleven -' "4 E A. ,. . -'- -1 -.bw-.' ,wfggw QL, 3 4 'C"ef3 1 , ' 1 D uw.: 1' -fmviuiir.-1 z' - ,jf"'7,' K W I' fig-4.3 ' Twelve Q.Q , 'FD4'1f 'QQQ XQQQ-ix - gxgAJA' :XXQ E' 'Il - C LA S S E S f H --"Q" " A' Q . v H Q v N Q R N in if Q Q W Q if if Q . Q if I E , Q Q, Nb' xX X Q O Q Q Q Q ,Q QQ Q Q Q Q ,Q Q RQ 5 JJ!! m if 4 1 Q S 3 S S K4 E 5 s V S ,X Q 2 E, 5 E i. Q 5 F wx E 1 F 5 1 E 5 2 x f 2 E f 5 F E 3 R 3 i 2 vi E r S E E 6 4 RUSSELL OTTESON "If he could talk as fast as he thinks, he could tell riddles to the Sphinx". Class Treasurer, '26 N. H. H. S. Band, '26-'27-'28-'29 "Pair of Sixes", '29 Orchestra. '28-'29 Saxophone Quartette, '28-'29 "The Dud", '29 Advertising Manager "Master Key" Orchestra Contest, '29 Band Contest. '29 Dramatic Club, '29 Class President, '29 GERALD MURPHY "Never study today what you can hluli' tomorrow". Inter-Class Tournaments Carnival. '27 Bus'ness Manager Hi Spot Lizht Shadow Statl' Athietic Association MARGARET NATVIG "Few1hings are impossible to diligence and skill". Dec'am. '27 ll. G. C.. '25 "Howling 2110" '25-'26 "Master Key" Reporter, '29 Shadow Staff. '29 WILLYAM KENNEDY "Greater men than I nave lived, hut I doubt it". Baseball. '27 Football. '27-'28 Baskei Ball, '23-'29 Track, '23-'29 Class: President, '26 "A Pair of Sixes" Dramatic Club President, '29 Editor "Hi Spot Light", '23 Shadow Staff. '27 Latin Club. '27 MABLE McALO0N "Not so innocent as she ap- pears". Inter-C'ass Basket Ball 27-'29 E. G. C. Club, '26 Carnival. '26 K. K. Klub, '29 Athletic Association Sliahniu 1929 RUBY OTTESON "There is no better everday virtue than cheerfulnessn. E. G. C., '25-'26 Athletic Association, '25-'26 Inter-Class Tournaments, '25 K. K. Klub, '29 Chorus, '26 Typing Contest, '29 Shorthand Contest, '29 Secretary-Treasurer RALPH WERNER "A more important man there has never been". Band, '28-'29 Stage Manager of School Plays LYNN WARD "Will make as much out of life as someone who kicks up more dust". Shell Rock High School, '26-'27 EILEEN KELLY "How'er it he it seems to me. 'tis only noble to be g':wo4l". Basket Ball, '27-'28 Chorus, '27-'28 Glee Club. '25-'29 Music Contest, '29 K. K. Klub Treasurer, '29 Shadow Statl', '29 CHARLES RUSSELL HI profess not talkinir, only this, let each man do his best". Football, '27-'28 Basket Ball, '29 Track. '18-'29 Business Manager Shadow Dramatc Club Secretary Debate, '26 D'c'am, '26 Vice-Pres'dent of Class, '27 Glee Club, '27-'28-'29 Minstrel Show ' "Windmills of Holland" "Pair or Sixes", '28 "Lass of Limerick Town" Thirteen WILAFREYNE PICKART "Always seeking for 'Par' vall- ue". Fredericksburg High School Orchestra. '28-'29 DONALD LARKIN "A smile that wins his way"- Qootball. '2'li12g7 restlinil. ' '-' Inter-Class Basket Ball '27- '28-'29 Band, '26 Glen Club, '28-'29 Carnival, '26-'27 Shadow Artist, '27329 "Master Key" Staff Minstrel Show "Lucky Break" "Lass of Limerick Town" MARY CONLEY "BQ as your fancies teach you". Debate. '25 E. G. C.. '25-'26 K. K. Klub, '28-'29 Athletic Association Inter-Class Tournaments. '25- '26 Latin Club. '26 Photographer, "Shadow" '23 WALTER KELLEREHON "Studies are an awful mess, They make me work,--- I'll flunk unless". Football. '29 ELAINE McALO0N "A fino student and busy all the while, But never too busy to greet you with a smile". Atihletic Association, '26-'27 'AA Lucky Break", '29 Fourteen ihahufu 1929 EMMET BRADY "For they can conquer who believe they can". Class Vice-President, '25-'26 Class Treasurer. '27-'28 Shadow Staff, '29 GERTRUDE VAALA i'Even though I study as hard as I may, The teachers will never mark higher than .Am- E. G. C. Club. '25 Athletic Association, '25-'27 Declam. '25-'27 Latin Club, '27 Dramatic Club, '29 Carnival, '27 "Master Key" Staff, '29 Shadow Editor, '29 CLARK HERZOG "Neyer let a thing like work interfere with your enter- tamment". LUCILLE DRECKMAN "A quiet seeker after know- ledge". Alta Vista High School. '26-'27 Orchestra, '28"29 Typewriting Team, '28-'29 Shorthand Team, '28-'29 Gleo Club, '29 Stenographer "Master Key" '29 K. K. Klub President. '29 "Lass of Limerick Town" "A Lucky Break" Music Contest BERNARD LAURES "A guiet. pleasant manner wins many friends". Stock Judging Team, '26-'27 Grain Judging Team, '28 ROSEMARY HUGHES " A happier maid you'll never see. For many a smile has she". K. K. Klub. '29 Basket Ball. Inter-Class. '27 Chorus. '27 V. 'l'. C., '29 ANNA. MAY KELLY "Cheerful, calm and self-com- posed". E. G. C.. '254'26 'Howling 2ll0". '25-'26 Carnival. '25-'2li Class Tournament. '26 Latin Club I v V.ce-President. N. 'I. T. C.. 23 Shadow Staff. '29 "A Lucl-'y Break" LLOYD HOCKSPEIER "Much vould be said if we could only read his mind". Alta Vista High Sshool '23-'27 Dec am. '28 Judging Team. '29 FRANCES CONRY "Tho only wav to have a friend is to be a friend". N. T. 'l'. C., '27-'28-'29 Secretary N. T. T. C., '27-'28 E. G. C., '25-'26 Glen Club, '28-'29 Dfclam. '26-'28 Class Secretary, '26-'27 Shadow Staff, '29 LEONA KREK LAU "Content to let the world waz on as it will". Shahufu 1929 WILLIAM RABE "He doesth well who does his best". Football. '28 Dairy Judwina Team. '26 Grain Judiring Team. '28 Track, '29 LUCILLE McINTEE "Knowledge is nr- burden". Athletic Association. '26-'29 F. F. F. Club. '29 Forensic Editor "Master Key" '29 Carnival. '27 E. G. C.. '25 HULDA DETMER "Never known to irrumhle and always tries to please". Declam. '26-'27-'28-'29 Glec Club, '26-'27-'29 Inter'Clasf: Basket Bail N. '1'. T. C'ub. '28-'29 "A Lucky Break" HAZEI. OLSON "What sweet del'ght a quiet life affords". KAREN CHRISTENSON "The temple of her purest thouirhts is silenc'e". N. T. T. Club. '28-'29 E. G. C., '25-'26 Declam. '26-'27 Second Girls Glee Club. '28J29 Fifteen MARTINA BIRGEN "Tis Hood in every case, you know, To have two strings unto your bow". E. G. C., '24A '25 K. K. Klub. '27328-'29 Carnival, '27-'28 Master Key Staff, '29 Shadow Staff. '29 Declam, '28-'29 RE INHOLD DENNER "Troubles trouble me not, neither do I trouble trou- ble". Jufliring Team. '27 Baseball, '27 Footrall, '27-'23 Track. '28 Basket Ball, '28-'29 Declam, '29 Gee Club. '29 Dramatic Club. '29 Shadow Staff. '29 Master Key Staff, '29 "A Pair of Sixes" "Lass of Limerick Town" LUELLA GALLIGAN "She has room in her heart for every joy". E. G. C., '25 Declam. '26-'27"28 Glee Club. '26-'27-'28 Oneretta. '27 CLARENCE STEPHENS "Success is the reward of diligence. Basket Ball Athletic Association Class Tournaments '23-'29 "A Pair of Sixes" RUTH KENNEDY "A smile is worth a thousand tears in any market". E. G. C.. '25-'26 K. K. Klub, '29 l'. F. F. Club. '29 Dramatic Club, '29 Sixteen 511212113211 1925 HARLEY TREWIN "Don't disturb me, I'm think- ing". Band, '26-'27-'28-'29 Orchestra, '28-'29 "South Sea SyncoDators". '28 Glee Club, '28-'29 "Windmills of Holland" "Hi Spot Light" Reporter, '28 Saxohone Quartetrte, '28-'29 Band Contest, '29 Orchestra Contest. '29 "Lass of Limerick Town" HELEN BAILEY "Her's is a most pleasant alis- position". Athlete Association '26-'27 E. G. C., '26 Glee Club. '29 "Lass of Limerick Town" Music Contest Commercial Contest, '29 CHARLES WHALEN "Outstanding in every event he entered, With his mind upon ono thought center- ed-Success"! Football, '25-'27 Baseball. '26 Track, '28 Vvrestling. '26-'27 Sportsman Award, '27 Gleo Club, '27-'28 Freshman Debate, '26 Declam, '29 "Windmills of Holland" 'Snuth Sea Syncopatorsu, '28 "Lass of Limerick Town" ' ADELAIDE BRANNON "When lessons and tasks are done, She's always ready for fun". Athletic Association, '26-'27 Yell Leader, '20 K. K. Klub, '23-'29 Inter-Class Basket Ball '26 Glee Club, '23-'29 Operettn '28 Declam, '26-'27-'28 Chorus, '26 Mus c Contest ALFRED PIETIAN "People can see me, why tak". LUCILLE BALTZER "Sweet music from her lingfer tips did flow". E. G. C.. '25-'26 "Howling 200", '25-'26 Glee Club, '28-'29 H. S. Pianist, '28-'29 "Oh, Kay" MARTHA GULL "Sometimes good: never badg Always smilinlz. never sad". Epworth H. S., '26-'27 Glee Club, '28-'29 Declam, '28-'29 F. F. F. Cluib. '28-'29 "Windmills of Holland" Lass of Limerick Town" "A Lucky Break" .l LAWRENCE KRI EGER "Now listen here, I never shirk. Although I do postpone my work". Baseball, '25-'26-'27 Basket Ball, '27-'28 Track, '28 Class Treasurer. '25 PEARL METZ "She is just the quiet kind, whose nature never varies". jhahuin 1929 ELEANOR MURPHY "You needn't be famous to smile." Debate, '26 E. G. C., '25-'26 Inter--class Basketball, '26--'29 Carnival, '27 Glee Club, '27, '28, '29 K. K. Klub. '29 Master Key Staff. '29 Music Contest "Windmills of Holland" "Oh, Kay" "Lass of Limerick Town" HAROLD STOAKES "The world knows little of its greatest men." Fort Dodge High School. '26-'27 Class President. '28 "A Pair of Sixes" "Windmil's of Holland" Minstrel Show, '28 "Lass of Limerick Town" Declam. '28-'29 Glen Club, '28-'29 Editor Master Key Dramatic Club. V-Pres., '29 Football, '29 Basketball, '28-'29 LESSIE HALTERMAN "She is pretty, and she is shy But 1,here's mischief in her eye". Girls' Basket Ball Team, '25-'26 E. G. C., '25-'26 Declam, '25-'26 Class Treasurer, '26-'27 Glee Club, '27, '28, '29 "Windmills of Holland" "Lass of Limerick Town" "A Pair of Sixes" "The Dud" Music Contest Dramatic Club. '29 ALVIE ALTHOFF "Discretion in speech is more than eloquence". MADONA COONEY "Be as your fancies leach you . Library Club. '25-'26 T. T. C., '28-'29 "A Lucky Break" Seventeen Eighteen Shahufn SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President - Russell Otteson Vice President - - Reinhold Denner Secretary-Treasurer - Ruby Otteson Class Colors-Blue and Gold Class Flower-The Lilac CLASS POEM To leave the hollow corridors Of old New Hampton High, Make some students happy While some of them sigh. 'Tis in this institution Where many happy times we had, Vthile few might have been naughty Not any of them were bad. From here do we venture Ouut upon the open road of life- Somo paths are made up of happiness While others are of strife. Don't always pick the easy road For towards success it may not leadg Always choose the other one That the lvazy people never heed. But what does it mlatter To tho ambitious senior of today? While other people are loafing on the job, He will make his way. The best days of our life Are spent while 'in school- , If you will only put work and play together By applying the "Golden Raulel' We may look back and find That many things have we learned In our studies the last four yearsg And in athletics flame many have earned. Our school, students, and faculty Go together in closing the gap For by their hearty cooperation Their putting New Hamptdn on the map. All this may sound like jocularity to you But it doesn't at all to me- For if we didn't have our High School What would old Nevw Hampton be? D. J. L. 1929 Shahnfn HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '29 When the class of '29 came to the New Hampton High School it caused the upper classmen to sit up and take notice, for almost immedilately after entering, its members began to take a prominent place in the various school activities, particularly in athletics, declam a.nd debate. As the first year closed, beams of light were al- ready falling from certain stars of the cllass. . 'At the beginning of our Sophomore year it was evident that the members of the class had found out that the only way to success is hard work, and the point of success that was obtained duuring this year giave evidence of much ha.rd work. This year again our members took an even greater active part in the school activities and it began to look as though the Class of '29 would be one of the most distin- guished classes ever to graduate from New Hampton High School. When school opened for our third or Junior year, the spirit which is found in the most loyal students, was bubbling over in the entire class. This year the members of the class settled down and worked even harder, and the record made by the class as a whole during this year is 'a very com- mendable one. The opening of school in the fall mark- ed our fourth and last year. We were Seniors! Realizing that our last chance to take part in any of the school activities, or to make a good showing in the class room was at hand, we set out to make this our biggest and .best year. We were represent- ed better than ever in athletics, and decllam and the records made by the mem- bers of the class in each of these activities were one that no class could but admire. , As the school year drew to close it marked the last of our career in the halls of New Hampton High School, and though sorry we are to part, We are not sorry for the record the class as a whole has made. Graduation may mark the parting from N-ew Hampton High School forever for some of us in person, but our thoughts will ever turn back to the friendships, and good times we had during those four years spent in New Hampton High. WHAT WOULD Charles Rnussell's marcel came out? Lessie Halterman didn't talk baby talk? Alfred Pietan wasn't bored? Hazel Olson stepped out? Pearl Metz talked louder? Lloyd Hockspeier stayed home nights? Leona Kreklau becuame bold? Lynn Ward received twelve hours sleep? Gertrude V-aala received an F? Russell Otteson got thin? Mable McAloon got to school on time? Harold Stoakes Grew? Margaret Natvig was scheduled for ninth period? Emmett Brady moved rapidly? Martha Gull joined the circus? Reinhold Denner became cross eyed? Helen Bailey noticed the boys? Clark Herzog beclame lazy? Martina Birgen wore braids? Clark Keating shaved? Adelaide Brannon rode a bicycle to school? Stanley Keating became an expert athlete? Karen Christenson revealed her past? Walter Kellershon forgot to keep a date? Mary Conley dated Charles Lampson? William Kennedy became -a comedian? Francis Conry became a vamp? HAPPEN IF Ambrose Knebel forgot to blush? Madonna Cooney went on a diet? Lawrence Krieger got mussed up? Hulda Dettmer cut her hair? Lucille Dreckman threw paper wads? Donald Larkin fell in the mud? Rosemary Huughes got flat? Anna Mae Kelly went in the movies? Bernard Laures fell in love? Eileen Kelly didn't know her lesson? Gerald Murphy lost his baby face? Ruth Kennedy taught Physics? William Rabe left home? Ruby Otteson made puppy love? Clarence Stephan fell asleep? Luella Galligan danced the Charleston? Lwucillo Mclntee forgot to powder and paint? Elinor Murphy lost her speech? Hiarley Trewin sat on a tack? Lucillo Baltzer became fat? Pinkey Kramer became Irish? Chick Whalen forgot to study? Melbourne Horgen didn't talk? Wilafreyne Pickart forgot how to make love? Ralph Werner brought candy and gum to school? 1929 Nineteen Name Helen Bailey Martina Birgen Adelaide Brannon Karen Christenson Mary Conley Frances Conry Madonna Cooney Hulda Dettmer Lucille Dreckman Luella Galligan Martha Gull Lessie Halterman Rosemary Hughes Anna Mae Kelly Eileen Kelly Ruth Kennedy Leona Kreklau Mable McAloon Lucille Mclntee Pearl Metz Elinor Murphy Margaret Natvig Hazel Olson Ruby Otteson Gertrude Vaala Emmett Brady Reinhold Denner Clark Herzog Lloyd Hockspeicr Clark Keating Stanley Keating Walter Kellershon William Kennedy Ambrose Knebel Lawrence Krieger Donald Larkin Bernard Laures Gerald Murphy Russell Otteson Alfred Pietan William Rabe Charles Russell Clarence Stephan Harold Stoakes Harley Trewin Lynn Ward Charles Whalen Wilafreyne Pickart Elaine McAloon Lucile Baltzer Ralph Werner Twenty Dfsp Jsition Shy Changeable Flighty Sweet Unusual Carefree Fickle Humble Modest Cheerful Sunny Coquettish Cute Demure Timid Ki ddish Charming Bashful Pessimist Silly Artractive Delightful 5 Happy go Q lucky Friendly Cross Sober Witty Quiet Crazy Surly Pleasing Silent Oh! My! Noisy Bitter Ruffian Hot 'headed Sleepy Friendly Social Loud Lovable Independent Shrinking Clever So! So! Positive Jolly Loving Tranquil Learned Slqahnfu CLASS ROSTER Chief Amusement Noted For Serving lunches Flirting Carixtolpning Jokes S a ing care - 'Q of Gert Arguing 5 Wagging her Jazz Q tongue Taking pictures Humor l Powdering 'Q her nose P' T' 5 Keeping ap- Her strut Q pointmennts gkippiirgg school Note writing pee es s ypmg -l Being Sen' Inde endence I timental p S Where is my A wandering Chick's girl lchick tonight Kissing It , Pickles H0PPlng "For cat's sake" Fatness Being someone's FYOWU Dainty Talking Dancing Sneed 57 varieties True Story ffgi-iminetiyv Real student' Indifferent Powder fglpalnf Sneaking out Haste Movies Dates giggling Chewing gum Being cute History shark Primping Serenity Fiii-ting Playing cards .5 Singmg Class oirice Q "Bum Song" yjust loungin' priming Q around , Mable McAloon His Walk curling hair HIS beard Peroxide blonds Afhleiles Dating Peroxide A Pose Aristocracy Whispering Flirting tl Looking like sparking I a million Pressing his suit Sta Cemb Cranking Ford Blushing Dreaming. High grades Making a hit Aetlng A Biiiffing Bean shooting Agriculture His feet Teasing Curly locks Helping mamma Gracefulness Girls Orator j Making goo- ,S B18 brown Q goo eyes l eyes Looking smart F00l1n8 3 Talking Irish wir Q athletics Q "Par" Baltes Hall' dress joe Smartness , , STickling the Writing notes -i ivories Physics POSltl0l'l 1929 Wants to Be Sweet 16 Curt's Nurse Loved 5 Physics Q teacher Teacher Noticed Teacher's pet Wild Cute Dietitian Bud's Big Teacher Good Engaged Missionary Teacher's pet Fast Careful Rank Preacher's wife Teacher Stenographer Librarian Lawyer Important Professor In Alta Vista B. B. Star Coach Dark President Shiek Movie actor Artist Farmer Gas man Sax player Rich Salesman Petted Butcher Ladies' man Musician Bachelor Statesman Maid His Musician Actor Will Be F ooled Nobody's Housewife Protected Successful Dancer Arrested Left Tame Q Surprised Wrestler i UD Little Somebody's Bad Disappointed Toe dancer Itor Home demonstra- Speed demon Farmer's wife Capricious College vamp Artist's model Movie star Chorus girl Gambler Defeated Club reporter There Cook Farmer Light Governor Bye and bye Bell hop Soda jerker Banker Oil magnate Shoe horn player Bum Pest Spoiled Doctor Mistaken Acrobat f?l Prize fighter Cook Surprised Dean Inventor Slqahufir f-CLASS Wm," Q, I We, the Senior Class of '29 being fully awake and in a state of idocy. knowing that we soon must part from this institution of learning do now solemnly and sorrow- fully swear this is our last will and testament bequeathing our possessions as follows: DONOR Helen Bailey Clark Keating Eleanor Murphy Charles Russell William Rabe Margaret Natvig Clarence Stephan Alfred Pietan Martina Birgen Leona Kreklau Hazel Olson Russell Otteson Martha Gull Donald Larkin Luucille Dreckmean Ruth Kennedy Eileen Kelly Clark Herzog Lucella Galligan Lynn Ward Mable McAloon Adelaide Brannon Emmett Brady Madonna Cooney Ambrose Knebel Lucille Mclntee Frances Conry Stanley Keating Hulda Dettmer Mary Conley Harold Stoakes Rosemary Hughes Lessie Halterman Wialter Kellershon Pearl Metz Karen Christenson Harley Trewin Gertrude Vaala Bernard Laures Anna Mae Kelly Lawrence Krieger Rluby Otteson Reinhold Denner Lloyd Hockspeier Gerald Murphy Willam Kennedy DONATION My echo My whiskers Irish bob Ability to raise "Whoopee" A good nights rest My modesty Curly locks Ability to naise a little moustniehe Artistic ability Studious inclinations My sober mien Surpllus weight Winning ways My hair dress My poise My dates My courtship My excessive enthusiasm My smile Basket ball ability My stride Gift of gab My love experiences Gum chewing ability My ability to attract N. H. gin-Is My abundance of F's My blushes My football prowess My attitude grades Irish wit Statsure My romances in N. H. High My My bashfullness reserved silence shyness dateless nights My My "M-ary had a little lamb" stories My "Gentlemen prefer blondes" way My innocence Qui-et ways My way with women My ability to vamp the history Prof, My military bearing Cutting up antics My cleverness Sex -appeal RECIPIENT Margaret Hettler Ovey Vaala Blanche Merritt Alvie Natvig Cecil Riansom Charles Doyle Joh-anna Schwartzenstein Red Herrman Carmelita Brown Lennis O'Neil Elmer Denner Fat Fickbohm. Chick Whalen James Secor Robert Stewart Louiso Feuling Alfred Kottner Delbert Billinger Alice Shinstine Charles Lampson Ralph Kennedy Ruth Vaala Irvin Vigars Eldo Merritt Beach Gable Dorma Herzog Merrill Knight Liauren Vanderburg Raymond Boetcher Ora Eggleston Duane Schnurr Helen Phelps Edna Faber Paul Nugent Arlene Wittenburg Chai lotte Otteson T. C. Donovan Marcella Crawford Eleanor Pose Kathryn Brannon Francis Scully Myra Metz Charles Stephan Earl Knebel Pinkey Kramer Robert Treat In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this' 4th day of April, 1929, hereby declaring this to be our last will and testament. Witness: Helen Bailey THE CLASS OF 1929 Witness: Eleanor MUTPIW Judge: Anna Mae Kelly Witness: Harley Trewin A, M, K, 1929 Twenty-one Twenty-two aster, Barnett, m al' 4H0wa.rd. W ROW SECOND dal. Vik Rehorst. kken, O'Neill. ba Donn van, Blethen. S io ly. Schnurr. Natvig. al CN fHolschlag. M ROW T RS FI Sheehy, Bellinger, ROW 4Fulcher. Kellershon. Eggleston. THIRD nson, Faber, Gabel, Herzog. Gabel. Thom erney. Ti 9tZ. ine. M St Shin th. Kolthoff, Smi Kreiger, Hartman. Brown. ROW-Ransom. Blumle. FOURTH Christolf. ers. Rabe. nt Wi YIHOH. Ya Whalen, B TH ollea Secor, Rochford. Wilson, Boettcher. O'H Knebel. EY. Bail Baltis. Stewart. ottner. W-Klenske, K RO IFTH . F Otteson. Rochfnrd, Bullis enburn. tt ath. Wi el' Zickuhr. Gustofson, D'Ziggle, Zi Hassman. ebe, C. Holslug, orsu. Pri eh brock, G. R R0 Shahnfu JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY CLASS OFFICERS President - - Vice President 1 - - - Duane Schnurr Lennis 0'NeilI Secretary-Treasurer - - Alvie Natvig Class Colors-Orange and Black In September 1926 sixty-seven Fresh- men entered the portals of good old New Hampton High. The first few days were spent by many in hunting for the right classrooms and trying to look bright. At one of our first cla meetings we elected officers and chose our class colors, orange and black. At the -beginning of the second semes- ter our class wlas enlarged but discolored by a few new and greener Freshies. A few members of our class dropped school at various times throughout the year. In our Sophomore year we were more successful in school activities. Several members of our class were prominent in Athletics. "Swede" Krieger was our out- standing all around athlete. As Sophomor- es we won the boys' interclass basket ball tournament. Our 'class was well represent- ed in declamatory work and music We st-arted our Jfunior year with the aim to make our class the outstanding class of the year. Miss Major and Mr. Lyford were appointed as our clpass ad- visers. "Swede" Krieger was elected joint cap- tain of the football team and 'also captain of the basket ball squad. "Dub" Whalen was elected captain of next yeiar's football eleven. We have been well represented this year in all branches of athletics. Our class has also been outstanding in other school activities. In declamatory work, Duane Schnurr went as far a the Pre-District Contest in the state series where he won second place. The Juniors have a great deal to do with "The Master Key." We arealsoprominent in music. Twp members of our class represented New Hampton High School as soloists in the district music contest held at Waterloo. The Jvunior class put on ia play entitled "Oh! Kay." This play was under the direction of Miss Major and proved a great success. - The class of '30 has, thus far, been successful in most of its enterprises and we are now looking forward to our Senior year when we intend to make a better record for ourselves. R. F. B. 1929 Twenty three H t 0 . In , .., ., , ,'T -I . ' FIRST ROW-Merritt. Treat, Roberson Fricke. Fickbohm. Herman, Knight, P. Vanderburg. Stephens, Vaala, Vandehurfz. SECOND ROWf-Adams, Sohn, Urnes, J. Schwartzenstein. Wittenbure, Stone, Doyle, Trewin. Arnhalt, Munson, Lampson. THIRD ROW--Uglum. Corldingrton, Barnes. Marfey, Horgan. f Klensk . Herzog, Rochforcl, A. Wiegart. Phelps. FOURTH ROW'4Sjob kken, Kennedy, Lanslng, Merrit . Cmmev. Vaala, M. Kirchoff. Pose, Feuling, Cr wford. U Schnurr. Elling on, Thron on, Denn r. Knehel, Hoffman. FIFTH ROW!-Vigars Bailey, Nugent, Ward. Blu eley Doyle, Walters. Laur s Gable. w Soukop, A ' v Twenty-four , ...um 11 E S S C Shaitufu SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY CLASS OFFICERS President ---- Henry Pohlman Vice President - Charles Doyle Secretary-Treasurer - - Evelyn Schnurr We, the Sophomores, have not was much class history as the Juniors or Seniors, but we are proud of what little we really have. Our class advisors of this year are Miss Freiden, and Mr. Wett-ach. At the first of the year our class met and elected oflicers. History repeats itself. Our class, the same as any other Sophomore Classes, has entered into the different activities of the school. Several of the boys have become prominent on the 'athletic field. Several of the girls, being in the Glee Club, took part in the operetta, "The Lass of Lim- erick Town." Several of our members have been in small plays or entertain- ments given before the passembly. Many worked up in declam and entered outside contests, always bringing back satisfac- tory results. We have also had two social events. Our first class party was held in the first semester. The second party, this last semester. The guests of these parties all enjoyed themselves. The members of the committee proved themselves worthy. On the whole, we feel that our class has as high an average as any of the pre- ceding sophomore classes, and we feel that we have much to look back upon in the future years. M. C. 1929 Twenty five Q Egg 'fi ii 'M V, i H J? S35 W4 '32 Twenty-six ene, Sheehy. H. Fi Koltho a. Stewart. Gable, Rowe oblisk K Natvig. McAloon, Otteson Gable. Ladwig, Ferkinstad. Bows. Laures, ROW RST FI iz L. Grove. Ruldolph. Vaala, Roethler, Hartson. Smith. Jerdee. Vikdalv Fisher. Babcock, Kutish. Baltzer, Gundacl-Aer. Kalkbrenner, ROW SECOND Quirik. Caudill, aala, Secrist, Holschlag. V 99 ack. D W-Robinson, Werner, Blumle, C. Grove. Slack, Sl RO IRD TH bel. Kelly, ne abe. K her. R tz, Fis al W Seery. . Erickson. Ve . G. Gro 011 Kellershon, Mari ully. Snyder, Sc Hoffman. s, C. Round Gable. WAC. R0 FOURTH A: ,, Fultcher. F, 8 M may gggzfm f war M AG Shahnfu FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY CLASS OFFICERS President - - Vice President - - - Ovey Vaala - John Relly Secretary-Treasurer - Francis Scully In the fall of 1928 a large group of happy, bright eyed boys and girls came strolling into New Hampton High School with the greatest intention of becoming a the future of which everyone class in ought to be proud to be zz member. Although our class is composed of many who were entirely new to this school, we soon fell into the ways of proceeding classes without much difficulty except the hoashful ones who were afraid to ask some- one where to go. After a few weeks of stuudy it was announced that there would be class meet- ings. We freshmen proved to the upper classmen that we weren't so bashful after all and therefore elected the following officers: President, Ovey Vaala. Vice President, John Kelly. Secretary-Treasurer, Francis Scully. We decided to have green land white for our class colors and lily of the valley for our flower. Many of our class entered in various activities such as Glee Club, Band, Orchestra and Home Economics Club. One member became a Yell Leader, also one or two became popular in Basket Ball and Football. Thus ends this short summary of the Freshmen of 1928-29 who are sure to bring much success into New Hampton High in the years to come. R. M. S. 1925 Twenty seven Q " f Yr. sriinkilailin Twenty-eight Q, MN K "', "f f Q:-ici! fZ J? I I .f:7:!:f:f:f'.f:lLf:f:f:f:f:f:f' PR AHffifififffffifijffffiffiffff4 L60 L ,ar-f , gf --., -3- I kk x,.L L J-F-T-glfww-it xx J--Lifi N 3 5, it Q , ,. H1 Qf an Q ,J n i , V1 ,ff g jf! in 'Q' "" A,,,:,,,Zfllf.,,,JM m f E r -24441 444 S. L 5 Q 5 11 Q 5 Q 2 Q H R S fi 2 S 5 E Q R S 5 5 s L 2 E A . 5 a E W E r 54 P: 5 5 3 9 5 5 5 F I3 5 3 f F 5. i 3 5 6 f Qi 9 ? 'it 2 5 F 3 E 5 D- ,Q , nga, 1 A f 1117, fl ' J. ,. W ' .A Shall! ufu . - I Q fQ-..M., qwk -mv X 1 E,, A , 3 X in 1 1- If . I, J X N . .M cfm W wma' ..fi A y f'j"fi:hfj , 4Qgy, ! J.,y,-.L W L ,jf I , -' 16 ,, . V EEA h,1s..,.c.' In -Q I-I K W , , A ' M 'V ' 0 X fj S L, ,,, Q , ,, L i ' wr W- , , iv ,' 'qv L , V4 I Q., fs 'Q 5333, A I ' 1- I 4. .,.,,,.w,,f.- .w . ' 7+ ' 1929 Twenty-nine 'fflirty 9 2 4,ix,,?,,i7f gxdifi ,A SECOND ROW-4Klenske, Gable, Stewart, Otteson. Gable, Dettmer. THIRD ROW4MMetz Arnh lt, Z iramh, Brown. Sheehy, Natvipr, Egxzl stan, Corning. E1 Q :Q fi: ?.E Phelps. armzlster, Schwartzenstein, W Christensen. Marley. mpson, Faber. Tho -Throndson. ROW FOURTH 9 1.1. Wy f. W.. ,, .. M , .. ,. , .. , wah.. : ' . 5. - V- V +'FM?"w- "-Tv-rw f -nf-f -rr ..,-fw ww- -7' A X 5 V, 6.l..:Az...:. 5.3, . ,i,,.i,ggwDa,.,,..W,,,g,w,9,ie4thLM4MVr.:,.v M511 7 ghgeiggmg J A x I L L sl A LW .,,F W,u,u,,M. .111 1' W... 15, 1,,,.,,.. aww .9 ff 'JQUJGCI 'EIAANOH CIHIHJ, 'J,I1z,1nlS 'IS fl S6 'xalgmzg CINODGIS OH ww uassng 'nugumsg 's.mJ5gA ' '.10lu12.lX uaq .LSH Isl OH AA Pl!A p mag 'lu .xl 'ualxzqm 'umwfl emma -xpfmquq 'J 1 'JSU gpmzg 'I f Ii wi ra ,ffmrc-fr-:waz-mag.-.-'33,.L.'.. . .' :J-A Y 1 ' 3.321 -' Wg.. 1f113,sf.w...-"""f"I12Sz1 f:1f'mf'ff1mf" WW-x..": Thirty-one Thirty-two fsllllhllfll v- ' .Q-Q nz S K.- ,,.-- 'yn- v 'W 1929 QF. Hartson. Carpent Rehorst, W. Fleming, penter. Car ROWiLarsun, Sjobakken. Gundacker, RST FI mbakken Trewin . S --1 horst, D. WiBa1tzer, Hartson. Blethen. C. Re RO SECOND Gundacker. eson, C. tt Trewin, O ard. Foul mr. Se-cor. W CH. kl- joha Skar. Kottner. O. S ROW- RD I TH Buettcher. ustnfson Munson, G Kut sh, D. Herzog, ill, null Bultzer. C W4 R0 FOURTH ,S5Ig:1I1L1i11 15129 i I 1 Thirty' three Secor enske. Blethen. KZ ASL-hnurr, ROW RST FI Otteson. ettler. eBettings, H D Feyerbend, Murphy. Ba ley. Kennedy. Shinstein, ROW- -Burnett, Howard, SECOND CS. J' Hartman. Kammeyer, McAloon, Hugh A. TIHUUV FH, .A.B Gethman l'lIl0I'l FPL unley, K. B W4gBir:ren. R. Otteson, C R0 RD I TH 5: ltho Sr. K0 Herzo Dreckman. ber, Zierauh. Zickuhr, Rahe. Fa K6-lly. 113, Zig zxmnaster. D' AW ROW FOURTH I n Thirt,y'1'ive pgliznilufu FIRST ROW--D. Schnurr. Horgen, Sohn, Herzog, Merritt. SECOND ROW--Herrman, Halterman, G. Vaala, W. Kennedy, R. Kennedy, Crawford, Stoakes. THIRD ROW---R. Denner. Ross, Feuling, Pose, Major, Zickuhr. Hartman, E. Schnurr, Russell. FOURTH ROW R. Otteson. W. Bailey. Zierath, D. Herzog, Vigrars, Bullis. Stewart. DRAMATIC CI .UB This is the third year for a Dramratic Club to be organized in New Hampton High School. It has advanced very much the last two years. At the present there are thirty members in the club. They were admitted only by staging a short one act play or giving' anoralrecitation inthe presence of the instructor Miss Mildred Major. The members of this year can he honorary members next year and do not have to try out for it. As a result of the first meeting, which was held in the High School Assem- bly, the following oflicers were elected: President, William Kennedy. Vice President, Harold Stoakes. Secretary, Charles Rlussell. Treasurer, Gladys Ross. A meeting is held the first and last Thursday of every month. Committees are chosen to have charge of the enter- tainments and refreshments for the next two meetings. During the year several dramatic plays were held. One of the most success- ful of these was i'The Dud" held on Feb. 2. in the Firemen's Theatre. Those who participated, as well as the coach, are to be congratulated on the result of their endeavors. This club is known as the "Merry Masquersf' It was chosen by the mem- bers of the club and there was a commit- tee appointed to vote on it, the result being-"Merry Masquersf' The object of this club being to get better acqurainted with acting and to promote social activ- ities. 1929 Thirty six jghuhnhx F. F. F. CLUB FIRST ROW-Feyerbend, Kennedy, Gable, Helen Ellis. Vaala. Kalkbrenner, Rochford. SECOND ROW Howard, Sheehy, Kolthofi', Gull, Coddington, Kummeyer, Arnhalt. THIRD ROW Sohn, Stewart, Mclntee, L. Rochford. Herzog, Wittenhurg. The Fuller, Fun and Frolics Club was organized in September by Miss Fuller, our advisor, and the girls of the Advanced Home Economics class. At the first meeting, Gertrude Feyer- bend was elected president, Margaret Wit- tenburg vice-president, Dorma Herzog treasurer, Lorraine Arnhnalt secretary, Inice Sohn sales manager, and Martha Gull assistant sales manager. In November seven girls, who rank high in their first year work in our depart- ment, were initilated into the club, making our total membership twenty. The club at first met on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Later it was decided to hold monthly meetings. The girls were divided into two groups, each having entire charge of the evening. Din- ner with the program and the business meeting following, is the present schedule. By having candy sales and a box social luncheon enough money was raised to en- able us to laliiliate with the state and national Home Economics Association, and to buy our club pins which are bronze with the Home Economics scroll. The aim of our club is to serve in friendship the girls of our High School, to make our Home Economics Department better, to help us to serve our homes and our communities. As our project for the year we chose to make clothing for several needy children. It is our hope as the organization con- tinues that it will be possible for us to more nearly accomplish our aim. DORMA L. HERZOG. 1929 Thirty seven Shahnfn DECLAMATORY 1928-1929 Under the supervision of Miss Edith Fri-eden, the declamatory work was started early in the school year. There were fifty- five entered in the Preliminary Contest. The following were the winners in the Home Contest: Oratorical, Harold Stoakes. first, Raymond Boettcher, second, Reinhold Denner, third. Dramatic, Irene Horgen, first, Martha Gull, second, Merrald Herzog, third. Humorous, Duane Schnurr, first, Margaret Wittenburg, second, Charles Whalen, third. The winners represented New Hampton in the Triangular Contest, between New Hampton, Cresco and Charles City, held Feb. 14. At the New Hampton contest the following participated: the firsts in Ora- torical, seconds in Dramatic and thirds in Humoroaus. The firsts in Dramatic, seconds in Humorous and thirds in Oratori- cal were represented at Cresco, At Char- les City the firsts in Humorous, seconds in Oratorical and thirds in Dramatic took part. At this Triangfular meet Chiarles City won 31 points, Cresco 27 and New Hampton 23. Six schools entered the County Contest held at New Hampton. We were represent- ed by the winner of first place in each of the three classes. By the decision of the judges Nashua won the contest, thus win- ning the trophy cup of which New Hamp- ton had possession the previous year. Irene Horgen placed first in Dramatic, Duane Schnurr third in Humorous and Harold Stoakes third in Oratoricial. The Preliminary-Sub-District Contest was held at Waucoma. There were four schools representedg New Hampton, Wau- coma, Fredericksburg and Lawler. The winner of first place in each of the three classes represented the high school and Duane Schnurr won first, Irene Horgen second and Harold Stoakes third. The next of the state series wnas the Sub-District Contest at Lawler. Nashua, Cresco, Rudd, Marble Rock, Lawler, Colwell and New Hampton participated 'and Duane Schnurr placed first in the Humorous divis- ion. On March 29 at the Pre-District Con- test at Reinbeck, Duane Schnurr repre- sented our high school and placed second in the Humorous division. This was a splendid contest in which all contestants did very artistic work. We congratulate Duane for ranking so well in consideration of the competition afforded by the Ames, Reinbeck and Arlington contestants. The declamatory work in the high school has indeed been a success and has proved itself of much value to New Hamp- ton High. For its success we are indebted to the work and efforts of the students who piarticipated in this activity, and to the efficient instruction -ind direction of Miss Frieden. M. D. N. HIGH SCHOOL BAND The High School Band under the direction of Elmer I. Carpenter has made very much progress this year. The Band has played for the home football games, and the athletic banquet. It was en- tered in the Sub-District Music Contest and made a very good showing. This year the band consists of thirty- four members. Each on-e of the members receive one half hour of instruction a week besides one hour of rehearsal each week. We also have beginners who get private lessons each week land who will be in the band next year. There are only two members of the band that are graduating and we hope that next year more will turn out for band work so that New Hampton High can con- tinue to have a large and eHicient hand. BOYS' GLEE CLUB The Boys' Glee Club of New Hampton High School under Miss Dorothy Corning's careful supervision land instruction has been doing very commendable work. C The present membership is: Charles Whalen, Harold Stoakes, Warren Bailey, Donald Larkin, Harley Trewin, Charles Russell, Francis Scully, Irvin Vigars, Rein- hold Denner, Cecil Ransom, Ovey Vlaala, Robert Stewart, Paul Nugent, Martin Vik- dial, Sydney Babcock, Pinkey Kramer, Cur- tis McNalley. The Boys' Glee Club have a period set aside each week for their practice, similar to the Girls' Glee Club. All the members seem to enjoy the work and are looking forward to a bright and prosperous iiuture in their Glee Club Work. 1929 Thirty-eight ,shane FIRST GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The first girls' Glee Club was organiz- ed in the fall, the members being chosen by try-outs. Miss Corning, the director of the Glee Clubs, has worked to bring out several import-ant factors of singing, such as, tone-quality, breath-control and enniun- ciation. The Glee Club consists of twenty- eight members, First Sopranos, Lucile B-altzer, Lucile Dreckman, Irene Horgan, Elenor Pose, Doris Sjobakken, Olinda Zick- Her- uhr, Charlotte Coddington, Merrald zog, Helen Bailey, Second Sopranos, Ade- Gus- Iavide Brannon, Clana D'Ziggle, Alice tofson, Martha. Gfull, Lessie Halterman, Eileen Kelly, Virlo Ladwig, Eleanor Mur- phy, Leona Rochford, Arleanne Wittenburgg Altos, Marcella Crawford, Dorma Herzog, Margaret Wittenburg, Inice Sohn, Gladys Ross, Selma Kellershon, and Evelyn Sch- nur1'. Miss Worley is the accompanist. The Glee Club entered the Sub-District Contest of the Iowa Musical Activity As- sociation at Charles City on March 16. The selections were "TantIum Ergo" by Faure, "The Jolly Miller' by Dods, "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" by Rath- bone, and "My Creed" by Garrett, which was the selection chosen by the local Club. The Glee Club will lose six members this year but it is expected 'hat in the future the Glee Club will svurpiass any Glee Club which has been organized in this School. MASTER KEY A new organization or activity sprang into existence this year in New Haampton High School with the advent of ua bi-weekly newspaper. A staff was organized and a contest was held to choose a name. Miss Major's title, "The Master Key," with the mot- to-"It Lets You In On Everything," was selected from a large group of entries. The school has felt the influence of this paper throughout the entire year. Through this medium new orgianizations have been fostered and encouraged, athlet- ics have received a boost, dramatics have been given their proper recognition and teachers and pupils have been drawn ro- gether in closer bonds of association. Above :all it has promoted school spirit in the school, on the athletic field and in the town itself. The "Master Key" has endeavored to print all live school news, interesting featuures, literary reviews, in general to meet all the requirements of a high school paper. Careful 'attention has been given to Journialistic details of makeup, writing and editing. A group of staff members attended the high school press convention at Grinell College, November 23-24, 1928, and brought back many new and which have been worked annvual -and in the paper. One very interesting "Master Key", which has from many schools is the fact that it con- tains no commercial ads from local busi- ness men. It was agreed at the beginning of the year that only local school ads and college ads of an educational nature would be used. Thfus the business men were re- lieved of this burden and showed their enthusiasm :and loyalty to the school by subscribing nearly IOOZ. The "Master Key" also joined the Iowa High School Press Association of Grinell, Iowa, during the Grinell Conference. This is an Association of all Iowa High School newspapers and membership gives a paper much prestige throughout the state. It is planned to continue the publica- tion in the future rand we believe that next year it will be even a bigger and bet- ter student sheet than it has ever before. The staff for this year was: Editor-in-Chief, Harold Stoakes. Assistant Editors, Dorma Herzog, War- ren Bailey. Sports, Reinhold Benner, Charles Whalen. Forensics, Lucile Mclntee. Humor, Gladys Ross. Exchange, Gertrude Vaala. Art, Donald Larkin, Martina Birgen. Business Manager, William Kennedy. Assistant Business Manager, Donald Larkin. Advertising Manager, Russell Otteson. Distribution Mgr. Raymond Boettcher. Circulation Manager, Eleanor Murphy. Faculty Advisor, John H. Lyford. Reporters, Louise Feuling, Mildred Wilson, Duane Schnurr, Roger Hermann, Pierce Uglum, Margaret Natvig and Mar- cella Crawford, Arlene Wittenburg. Typists, Lucille Dreckman, Lucile Winter. interesting ideas out both in the feature of the aroused interest 1929 Thirty nine Forty Shairnfn UKLICKETY-KLACK-KLUB" On October 8, all the members of the Advanced Shorthand Class and the First Year Shorthand Class met in the Commer- cial Room. This meeting wa.s held for tho plurpose of selecting officers for the year. The meeting was called to order by Gethmann. The ofiicers elected were: President, Lucille Dreckman Vice President, Luella Galligan Secretary, Lucile Winter Treasurer, Eileen Kelly. Only students taking typewriting and shorthand are eligible for this club. Meetings were held once each month, with programs and entertainments pro- vided by various members of the club. During tho football and basket ball season, members of the club sold "sweets" at each game. The proceeds were put in the student uactivity fund. This proved a success under the supervision of the com- mercial teacher, Miss Rauth Gethmann. The teams are busy trying to work up their speed for the District Contest, which is to be held at Decorah. Teams will be entered in the first and second year typing and shorthand divisions. The dictation for the amateur division, in tho District Contest is given' at the speed of eighty words per minute, -and at one hundred words per minute at the State Contest, which is to be held at Des Moines. In the novice division, the dictation is given at sixty words per minute at the District Contest and seventy words per minute at the State Contest. Tho typewriting teams having the highest net speeds, with ten words de- ducted for each error, are given first pl-ace, in both the amateur and novice divisions: We hope thuat our teams will be able to do as well this year as the teams last year, and represent our High School in the State Contest. L. E. D. Miss N. T. T. C. Last September the Junior and Seniors of the Normal Training Classes under direction of the Normal Training Critic, Mrs. Allie Beiall, held their annual election of ofiicers who were as follows: President, Helen Hughes Vice President, Gladys Ross Secretary, Evelyn O'Hollearn Treasurer, Ora Eggleston. The Normal Training Club member- ship is required of every Normal Training Student. Its purpose is to develope the social side of life, and we are greatly benefited by the speeches given by those who were former students of the Normal Training Classes and who are now teachers and have had experience. The Club has its monthly meetings. A committee is chosen each month which is responsible for the evening's program and entertainment, and for the refreshments. Following the refreshments, games are often played in the gymnasium. Our first Normal Training party was a huge success. The grade teachers and high school teachers were invited to our party. Many of them attended. The pro- gram was based on Holloween selections by different ones of the classes of Normal Training. The Normal Training Classes are very much indebted to Mrs. Beall. Shexhas a helping hand for many of us whenever we need it and she is a great person to go to for advice. O. S. E. HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA. The New Hampton High School Orches- tra., under the direction of Mr. E. I. Car- penter has had a very successful year. When the announcement was made last fall that an orchestra would be formed, :all of last year's members, except those who had graduated, reported for member- ,ship at the first practice in addition to several others who joined for the first time. This year, for the first time, our orchestra took part in the Sectional Music contest held at Charles City on March 16. Here they were very successful, winning second place in .a contest where they met with a great deal of competition. Another new feature of the orchestra work is the system of having each member take a lesson every week aside from the regular orchestra rehearsal. In this way, each orchestra member become more pro- ficient. Our orchestra has made many public appearances, having played for several of the school pllays, declamatory c.ontests as well -as for other programs. Although we shall lose several members by graduation this year, we will also have some new members come back. We are hoping that our orchestra next year will prove to be even better than this year. 1929 Shuilnflr 1929 'VFW "f'?3'a2+ '-ff wh snr Sc? ., :. , X "Y'.,...,-'12,-',,,,,.,-1 ' ' sifdrvng Xa"Ww..'fm1:.! I .ghlaijj W g5j,,,wF ii,1wi2i:f,ufg'mM-,--., E - , 1: 'ww .N F' " 'P QW'-his 'S "- f3i!Jw3'5"'fi'Li HW. wget., ,M x,1-.:.ig.rfu4:,A..:Zx2AMf,:J.fLs'2.m:1 1 t.2J.c2nq1',w.L.k..:J. QQ tj N gxfi-,,gH..m:1:Qiiixif: 1.5:-1? 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The menu consisted of the follow- ing: Creamed beef on biscuits, doughnuts, fruit :and coffee. After all pangs of hunger had been relieved, various games were played. Some of the men of the faculty and boys of the senior class played golf on the nearby golf course. A baseball game was 'another feature of the morning's entertainment. At about twelve o'clock, the "picnic- ers" felt that it was time for them to re- turn to their various homes. Thus ended another of the happy events of commence- ment time. COMMENCEMENT The graduuation exercises of the class of 1928 were held in the Firemen's Theatre on Thsursday evening, May 24. The pro- gram ended with the invocation given by Reverend Secor off the Baptist Church, followed by a song by the High School Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. Miss Edna Vander Meer then favored the andience with a solo. The Commencement -address was de- livered by George Kay, Dean of Liberal Arts College, University of Iowa. His well chosen subject, "Education for Tomorrow" was presented in a pleasing manner. The next number on the program 'vas a saxaphone quartette. Following this Mr. Moore announced the honor stludents of the class and after a few brief remarks pre- sented the diplomas to a class of sixty- two. At the close of the presentation 'mf diplomas the Boys' and Girls' Glee Club sang another number. The program was concluded by Reverend Secor pronuouncing the benediction. I. V. K. JUNIOR-SENIOR PICNIC On May 26, 1928, the Senior Class held a picnic for the Juniors. They decided to go to Vernon Springs for the day. The two classes met at the school house at two o'clock and at about two thirty they left. They all arrived in time to enjoy the lovely picnic lunch which the Seniors prepared. The uafternoon was spent in various ways. Some of the girls went rowing and others danced. We hear there were a lot of pictures taken but nothing was said of broken cameras. Oh! yes! we can't for- get-some of the fellows went swimming- wasn't it pretty cold for that? Some of the bargain seekers visited the Ten Cent stores at Cresco and almost got left, but, they got home all right, though pretty late. But all in all the Juniors decided that the picnic was well planned and car- ried out, and extended a hearty apprecia- tion to the Seniors of '28. A. B. '29. SENIOR PARTY On Friday evening, December 7, the school gymnasium was the scene of .1 party of the class of '29, Seniors and sponsors came dressed as little .boys and little girls, and a prize was awarded to best costumed boy and girl, Reinhold Den- ner and Rosemary Hughes., The main event of the evening wyas I1 mock wedding featuring Harold Stoakes as the bride, M-artina Birgen bridegroom, Lynn Ward bridesmaid, Mable McAloon best-man, Charles Russell flower girl, Rsussell Otteson mother of the bride and Adelaide Brannon minister. After the ceremony was performed everyone joined in playing "Pleased or Displeasedf' An obituary of the "Newly Weds" was sounded forth by Reinhold Denner, which wnas fol- lowed by the game of "Flying Dutchman." A wedding supper consisting of cheese and olive sandwiches, lettuce sandwiches, Waldorf salad and chocolate cake a ia Date Whip, was served. The program being completed and everyone .having enjoyed an evening of en- joyment, all began the homeward journey from a party of the class of '29. M. D. N. 1929 Forty-three Shahnfn THE JUNIOR PARTY The Juniors held the first social event of the year in the gymnasieum, which was decorated for Thanksgiving, on November 9, 1928. At this gala event were about fifty-three people of all sociual classes and of all ages-gypsies, dudes, tramps, old women, chorus girls, sailors, peasants and farmers. All joined together and went out for a good time. The evening began by playing various games, those both old and new. About nine o'clock, partners were chosen and they all lined up for the Grand Mmarch. The best dressed couple and funniest couple were to receive prizes. Miss Major, the class advisor, and Warren Bailey led the procession. This merry group determined to overcome all ob- stacles in their march to the Domestic Science Room, which was their goal. They climbed over chairs, benches and any other obstacle which might be in their wav. They marched for la long time then sat down to rest before taking the last lap of their long journey. During this time, Mr. Fleming who was the judge, announced that the prizes were to go to Mr. Lyford, the class advisor, and Leone Howard as the 'best dressed couple. Mr. Lyford was a real dude of '89, and Leona was a Span- ish Senorita. The other prize went to Orvin Sjobakken who was a. sailor and Olinda,Zickuhr who was dressed as a gypsy. About ten-thirty they left, all feeling that they had something to be truly thankful for, in having such a ine class. M. J. W. THE FRESHMEN'S PARTY On the evening of October 26, 1928. a group of happy smiling boys and girls assembled for their first Freshman party. The time was spent playing various games, in which, practically everyone took part X except a few boys who were rather shy at first, but later became interested enough to join the group. "Winkum" was the most popular game of the evening although almost everyone enjoyed playing "Farmer in the Dell." To obtain the right spirit for an October evening, we were fortunate in having one member of our class tell us a real ghost story. Thus the evening was spent. After a tempting lunch was served, all departed for their homes at nine thirty, some in groups of two or more. The party was voted a great success. R. M, S. FRESHMEN PARTY The evening of April 1, 1929 proved to be a merry one for a group of about forty freshmen. Some came dressed in masks and uniforms while others came disguised in small folks clothes. A very nice prize, appropriate for the occasion, April Fool's day was given to the best dressed person. The evening wuas spent playing various games and stunts. Some showed their bashfulness, while others were more than delighted to do something a little out of the ordinary. Many of the boys were unfortunate enough not being able to secrure a pyartner, while others had one and more than enter- tained ther especially when the Freshmen's old standby "Winkum" was played. At about nine thirty a very fine lunch was served, :although some objected to the delicious chocolate covered soap candy. The party was decided a huge success. R. M. S. FOOTBALL AND TRACK BANQUET On February 4th, the Football and Tnack men of New Hampton High were honored at a banquet given by the New Hampton Chamber of Commerce and the High School Athletic Association. The banquet was, without doubt, the most suc- cessful of its kind given in the honor of New Hampton's athletes. lt was held in the Firemen's Auditorium, which is as- suredly the 'best place in New Huampton. The main event of the evening was without a doubt the address given by Glenn Thistlewaite, head football coach at the University of Wisconsin. Thistlewaite had previously given a talk to the student body for which the whole student body showed its appreciation. The High School Athletic Association was indeed fortunate in obtaining a mean of whom it can be said deserves as much credit for his ability to make talks nas his ability to coach athletics. In his talk Thistlewaite stressed the value of athletics to any school, no matter what its enrollment is. He also made it plain that he was in no way a 'fanatic" on the subject, but he gave the straight facts on the views toward athletics of one whois noted for his successes with athletic teams. Next on the program was the presen- tation of football and track monograms to the athletes. R, H, 1929 l' orty-four Shahnfvu WRESTLERS ENTERTAINED ' On Monday March 1.1, 1929, a party of young N. H. H. S. wrestlers were called together by their coach, Mr. Waters and given a six-thirty dinner as well as a very fine evening's entertainment. A beautiful tqable, decked with won- derful things to eat, was set before the group of young men by Mrs. Waters, and it was enjoyed by every member of the party. This group of young men also had the pleasure of having two of the most handsome of the grade teachers to serve them dinner, Miss Ogle and Miss Rague. After dinner had been enjoyed they were taken to the living room by coach Mr. Waters where they were well enter- tained by playing "five hundred" for a time and also visiting between themselves as well as with Mr. and Mrs. Waters. The boys also talked over with their coach the out-look for the futrure as well as some of the happenings that had taken place in the year that hnad just gone by. The coach and the boys as well talked very much in favor of a bright future. At ten-thirty, which is bed time for all such good athletes, the party of young men departed for their homes after a very well spent evening. A. M. N. 'THE DUD". "The Dud" was presented by the Merry Mpaskers on January 31, 1929. The story centered about a shy, aspiring society girl, Nancy Ann. The four aunts of Nancy Ann were four very distinct types and each had different ideas for Nancy Ann. Later they find Nancy Ann at an office attempting to get a position as a chorous girl. All the alunts combine their efforts to keep Nancy Ann from the stqage and they were hard to manage as the publicity manager soon discovered. Their attempt was in vain for Sidney Brian finds that he is in love with Nancy Ann. Miss Major was director of the play. THE LASS OF LIMERICK TOWN. "The Lass of Limerick Town" given April 11, by the Glee Clubs, directed by Miss Corning and Miss Frieden with Miss Worley aspiianist, attracted a luarge crowd. It was a romantic comic opera in two acts with plenty of spice to keep the crowd jolly. The students had worked hard for several weeks and put forth their best efforts to make the operetta a success. The story opened with Rose McCoy as the elder of two nieces being left a fortune by a rich uncle in America. When R0se's father, Donovan McCoy, lay dying, Sir Charles Worthington promised that when his son, Pomeroy, become of age, he should marry McCoy's daughter Rose. Sir Charles considered the promise sacred and when Pomeroy became of uage he was sent to Limerick to get his bride. When Rose learns of this she is horrified to think that she must marry a man she does not love. Justin O"Flynn shows her attention but he has no chance with the rich girl, so the twins agree to change places, with Betty as Rose and Rose as Betty. Pomeroy has been informed as to which is Rose and knows when he is in- troduced to them that they hqave changed places. However, he falls in love with the real Betty who claims she is Rose. His father and mother come to see their son and when they learn the turn the affair has taken they are enraged 'and dissapoint- ed, and decide to return home immediate- ly. They bid their son goodbye and as they are about to leave an ol-d friend of th-e McCoy family happens along, and it is he who untangles the knot by revealing, through his diary, that Betty is the elder of the two nieces and is therefore entitled to the fortune. When Sir Charles and Lady Worthington learn this they decide to stay awhile. Thus everyone is satisfied, Pomeroy gets the girl he really loves, his father sees the money in view which pleases him and Jus- tin O'Flynn wins Rose. "OH, KAY"! On February 25, mystery reigned supreme in the Firemen's Theatre where the Junior Class presented "Oh, Kay" ga mystery com-- edy in three acts. The "Black Terror" seemed determined to steal "Gram" Pembroke's jewels. Edith Witman, her brother Arthur and even old "Gramp" himself were seeking adventure. "Gramp" was too old to guard the jewels, 'and Arthur too young and Edith only wanted to experiment. Each hired a friend to impersonate the villian. Four "Black Terror-s" resulted, ,and then a super lady detective captured the real "Black Terror" and gained the kind affec- tion of Arthur. 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W. ,,,,,.,.-3, f'-'v Sfgix S.-"" DY, M13 :M 1 . , ,pg ., , A .,.. ..,., 1, , gpg. , 5351 f' A 2'-'vii mr: , .mg I LSL: 'N ffbg v. 4' , JA 3 .,.,,k ,1,,!!G 11. x A EN! A ' Us of 4 ,U , lf' 5,3 , fi' '-Q ' jggg gf .. , -1 M, .' M iff: , 9 'ii wif X .wgwfj ig A 51-,, "':'.,'. m. , -1: " . .-P5 5' 4 L- ,.--+441 .' 41 sffl' V ' X, , wi '1.. 1' '-, .Ki .fifwf . ,515 54: r '1'l:2,,-, ,:,1,f3g . .Jil . , ., gin . '.. Ln' 4: .3 ,..-,, .3 1 - AQ., L -41--J. 1 - 7 ,M-, . . . .. . pm , 'fy ' 'rbi Q , 7535 -q ..n .5 'sw Shahnfn TRACK PROVES FAVORABLE FOR SCARLET AND BLACK. Track, a new sport substituted for Baseball in New Hampton High School' last year, has proved itself as another branch of athletics in which the Scarlet and Black may obtain honors. As it was 'a new sport last year, the boys spent most of their time in learning the fundamentals and forms of the different events. The first meet was the Cedar Falls in- vitation meet in which all the schools of central Iowa were represented and as a result of the stiff competition we were not fortunate in getting any metals, but by the time the Wauukon meet was held I. Krieger succeedied in tieing for third place in the "high jump." The ,big meet of the year was the county meet which was held at Nashua, all the boys getting points and ribbons, the mile relay team getting a cup. The North- east Iowa Conference meet, held at Cresco, included eight of the schools in the North- eust. In this meet we intended to have a fine showing, but due to the meet the dxay before we were only successful in getting one medal which was won by R. Denner for third place in the Javelin throw. Toward the last of the season Coach Fleming chose L. Kreiger, C. Ransom, I. Kreiger, R. Denner to represent New Hampton in the Mason City Relays. Here again was very hast competition and we failed to get any of the four places offered, but L. Kreiger took sixth in the 440 yard dash, and R. Denner sixth in the Javelin throw. 1929 Forty-nine Fifty Cv Knelv eatimr. Kfeger, Denner. R. S K ROW FIRST Vamlerllurgr. Herrmzm, e-Lly. Kenn hulen, Russell. W Stoakes. Stewart QRYS. SECOND ROW!-Ralve. Vi ', Fleming, C N Bu Bullis. Warsl. nt Nuzxe alen. h Denner, C. W llyfurrl. FOURTH ROW- Slqahnfn FOOTBALL-1929 New Hampton High had a very good season in football, defeating Cresco, De- corah, Nashua, Sumner, Cedar Falls and Osage while losing to Charles City and Oel- wein, making a total of six victories and two defeats. Charles City and Waukon were voted the joint champions of the N. E. Iowa Conference with New Hamp- ton in second place with four victories and one defeat, In only one game did the New Hampton boys fail to make a good showing and that was .against Oelwein on a terrible day. The field was a sea of mud and Oel- wein with a heavier team and the use of mud cleats had things its own way. New Hampton had la. greatly changed team from the preceding year, S. Keat- ing, Kennedy, Russell, Krieger and Vigars filled the roles in the backfieldg Larkin, Hermann, Russell and Whalen performed at end: E. Knebel and Denner were .it tackleg R. Knebel, Rabe, Vanderburg and Kellershon were at guuard with Stoakes at center. The following will be available again next year cunder the leadership of Captain Whalen: Krieger, Vigpars, Hermann, Kne- bel brothers, and Vanderburg. Able as- sistance is also expected from Grove broth- ers, Steward, Fickbohm and others. Al- though there are vyacancies that will be hard to till,, the Chickasaws pare looking forward to another good year. What about a N. E. Iowa Conference Championship this time? 1929 Fifty-one Fifty-two Shaiirnfn BASKET BALL With the graduating of Stanley Keat- ing at the end of the first semester passed the hopes of New Hampton High School winning the Sectional Tournament Shield. The CHICKASAWS won three out of the first four games with Stanley in the lineup, but with his place vacated at the end of the first semester, the team dropped eight alndl won four, losing to Charles City two times during the regular season and in the sectional final. Keating, Kreiger and Denner were the outstfanding players. Kennedy, Keating, Denner, Russell, Stoakes -and Kramer are lost by graduation, leaving Krieger, Vigars, Whalen, Erickson and Herrman for 1930. SCORES. New Hampton 31-Fredericksburg 14 New Hampton 18-West Union 20 New Hampton 27-fNashu4a 13 New Hampton 31-Cresco 13 New Hampton 24-Decorah 9 New Hampton 18-Charles City 34 New Hampton 13-Clear Lake 15 New Hampton 28-Osage 13 New Hampton 23?-East Waterloo 31 New Hampton 28-Cresco 13 New Hampton 23-Osage 7 New Hampton 19-Oelwein 20 New Hampton 19-Charles City 31 New Hampton 17-East Waterloo 27 New Hampton .13-Cedar Falls 14 TOURNAMENT New Hampton 30-Riceville 10 New Hampton 17-Charles City 29 1929 Slguhufu 15129 Fifty-three Fifty-four v: L. Q 4-r fd 3 3 az :1 Q Q X. J A P 3 6 5 72 W : EL s.. S .2 :- .2 5 ,L Y' .E 5 ... E 5 L 51 x si SE' 5 I 4-3 VJ Q 5 Q ri Z Slyahufu VVIKIES T LING V The High School Wrestling Team .has shown considerable advancement, and the members have won a number of matches. The squad lost to Cherokee and Cresco, but the match with the latter was a very close affair. During practice, twenty-five men were out each night, -and Coach Waters selected the nine men whom he thought would best represent the New Hampton High in the wrestling meets. Natvig, who represented New Hamp- tonmin the 85 pound class, won two of the three matches in which he entered, and gave evidence that he will be much better next year. C. Stephan, in the 95 pound class, won one and lost two matches, the two men de- feating him being as good as -any men of their class in the state. Bateman, a national champion, had a hard task in defeating Charles Rydner. Roberson lost to two of the best men in the state, being defeated by last year's champion, and by a rival who gained the stuate championship this year. McNally lost to opponents who were well experienced .and have good rcords. C. Rehorst who was out for his first year, lost to experienced men. Hassman was defeated in two bouts out of three, but made a very good show- ing for his iirst year Grove gave evidence that in a year or two he wcuuled be a very hard man to de- feat, having wrestled some of the best men in the state. Ficlcbohm, a heavy weight, showed up good for a beginner and should develop to be a good wrestler. These men will be seen on the mat again next year, and every one should make a better showing. Coach Waters is to be congratulated for the wonderful success of his wrestling team. Vandelburg was elected captain for next season, and promises to 'be a good rep- resentative of New Hampton High next year. 1929 Fifty hve 1929 55I1ziIlL1fu 5112121051 4 'IM Q A ' W sv ,ff W '5- gfieww M 1 .- N. P? ,, , 1 .' C216-gg, 4 'O' ' .4 1 51' wb-P Hx 'y V X 0 A K5 n ' x .niq Al., 14 1 Cp 1-1 - ,Q V ,' 5 Zf i zi, 1 57 ,116 YW- -.K ' 52? 5- 57'1iNle1K,:Hn.ve,xluu Ykemvd tha su 7ov.H Sou?" X Ma.-f1"hf-I G.-ILNQJ Hv-.J does If 79,-1 . Sfgedlcwiw-C2o,,IlL M11 d,eA-Mig J I 1 " - 1 ' a " '1""' I Jqwrw- P ,L V H 1 ,. :EACH -THEN VJ-.- Sg0Tf1-Oq Wav flax qqlf wt-.YA KA,'CKQYs,,ER5 AND No 47 , RMfc1K-jNa-wQf vin, Fhfhs 0,411-If 11 qw wage wenlenflf Om, E , I . I 8 ' I5H'W'DY1 - -ll Well I 1-,ess HHZOH UQ Y MYfS'XQS'7f5' ,-Rf' its-.-sf kenaf-1s Y ", V, ' Tunnlexw fvw.,wvle.d " Poubl Lf--:dev V 'W V, .XTHV Wbvjd .ivg - 1 V'N,NB1v en,.. 1 -lf ons me neo, FOUXX '1 +- PEARL5 me wulrg' awk. Iievw . Earn.: THEME! 'rug Cmowzgllqel , u mo lc. nv, Il-QM --- -----I -f-- ntl Avutkaw, The. MUUIAJT f"L7"'C, 1 9 1 5 A-,M ON .L Sow-JJ 5 VS. wus 1-I I 15129 Fifty-seven Shahnfn YOU AUTO SEE EM GO. Ralph W.-Why are so many Fords painted green? Henry M.-I don't know. Rialph W.-So they can hide in the grass when the new Chevrolets go by. HOW DID FIND SANTA. Margaret H.-Dad, did you hear the new Christmas: song? Dad.-No, what is it? Margaret H.-I can't give you anything but love. ZOUNDS. Anyhow, the moving picture industry is now on a sound basis. TWO WON, TOO. Dope on Election. Cian you decipher it? Hoover-H-1. Curtisil 2. Smith--O 2 1. Robinson?0 2 1 2. AN INSIDE JOB. Charles Placer was entered during che night. Four inner tubes and a quantity of tobacco and gasoline taken. Stoakes: "What's your sin?" Mable McAloon: "My Vanity. I spend hours before the mirror admiring my beauty." Stoakes: "Tha.t's not vanity, that's imagination." Now that the girls have shown the men they co4u1dn't keep them from bobbing their hlair they are letting them grow again. CONVERSATION IN DRUG STORE. Vigars: "Gimme a tablet." A. Wittenburg: "What kind?" Vigars: 'KA yellow one." A. Wittenburg: "But what's the matter with you?" Vigars: "I want to write a letter." work would be lighter, Some fellows if their "lighter" only worked. Therffs no rest for the wicked, just as the saxophone is about to be put on the shelf the movie begins to talk. "Will February March?" "No, but April May." DOGGED TO DEATH A hungry dog Went wlalking Into the butcher store, The Butcher tossed a piece Of sausage on the floor, Ha said "Now doggie eat it," The dog said, 'AI decline, For in that hrunk of sausage, Is: an old sweetheart of mine." We don't claim to be cigarette experts, but if blindfolded we can tell the differ- ence between liver, onions, and lirnberger cheese. Alva Natvig-What kind of 'a watch have you got? Red Herman-A wonder watch. Alva N.-What kind is that? Red H.-Every time I look Lat it I wonder what time it is. Bill Rabe-I think Scotty Doyle is the tightest guy in town. Hockspeier-What did he do now? Rabe-Gave his girl a paper plate and an eraser. NAIL THIS ONE. Spied on a Ford parked by the High School-Bored of Education. WHOA LIZA. Cop-Say there young fellow, pull up to the curb. Whnats the idea of scooting through here at 75 per ln that new Fliv- ver? John Lyford-Honest Oflicer, was I go- ing 75? Lead me to the judge I want to LET GEORGE D0 IT. Waters at football practice-Come on there Hcckspeier lets see you crack them Dudllers. Lloyd Hoclsspeierflf I take the whole line out the backfield won't have any- thing tlo do. NOTHING- IN IT. Teacher-fTrying to explain the word thiefjz Now, Johnnie, if I wereto put vny hand in your pocket and take out a dime, whxat would I be? Johnnie-A magician. 1925 Fifty-eight i Slwhvfv AN EARLY SIGN. Martina B.-We have spring water in orur hydrant at certain times of the year. Elinor M.-When? Martina B.-In the Spring. FIGURED OUT. Miss Freeden-Emmett, how much is half of eight CSD? Emmett B.-Up 'and down or across? Miss Freeden-What do you mean? Emmett B.-Well up and down it's C31 and across it's KOJ. GREEN AND FRESH. Farmer-Heyy drop that poison ivy. Mr. Wettach-Tut, tlut, calm yourself man, this wasn't picked on your farm. WHERE SKEETERS ARE SKEETERS. I haven't noticed any mosquito netting aroundg remarked a jungle visitor. No, remarked a native son, we :use mouse traps. SOME RACE. Red K.-A hydrant, a cabbage and a to- mato ran a race. Which do you think won? Martin V.-Don't know who? -Reid K.-The cabbage came out ahead, the tomato is still trying to catchup, while the hydrant is still running. You can get .along at Christmas without holly, but you must have the berries. NEW SONGS. Hvave you heard that B-V-D song? "Underwear My Baby Is Tonight." -That vegtable song? "In A Little Spinach Town." -That dirty song? "Muddy Waters." -That Ghost song? "I Aint Got No Body and No Body Cares For Me." -That Waddle song? "Waddle I Do When You Are Far Away." -That lazy man's song? "Moonbeams, Kiss Her For Me." -That vasthma song? "Asthma Baby Now." -That flapper prophecy song? "Just A Rainbow Round My Shoulders' -That skating song? "I'm Sitting On The Top Of The World." DRAWING THE LINE. Scotty-Do you play golf with knickers? Pinkey Kramer-No, wit vite peoples only. PLAYING SAFE. When Pinkey Kramer was a small boy he went: up town to get some animal crack- ers, this is how he ordered them. "Give mea nickel's worth of animal crackers, but be sure to tnake out all the pigs". .PERISH THE THOUGHT. What if Babe Ruth doesn't choose- to run? ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW. Air Mail hook-cup with Twin Planes. Lyford-What was Jackson when elected in 1828? C. Russell-President. Lyford-How did Modern Industry sep- erate the family? Pinky K.-By divorce. SO IT SEEMS. Red Keating-Is Gene Stratton Porter dead? Lyford-I don't know. Russell O.-Sure she was killed in San Fransisco. Lyford-Then she must be dead. ...... ?? ANTI-FREEZE WITH A KICK. Auto overturns near Hartline, Washing- ton, saaid to have been drinking. IT ALL HAPPENS. Machine careens into ditch and hits tree retuurning from dance. MAYBE HE WAS DOUBLE JOINTED. Robert Treat-Was Robinson Crusoe an acrobat? Francis Scully-I don't think so-Why? Robert Treat-Well, it says here, that every day after his work he sat down on his chest. 1 more year of stfudy and care, 9 months past-much we dared, 2 by 2-troubles we did share, 9 plus 37 our cl-ass so fair. S tands for Seniors H aughty and grave, Always have their lessons On subjects not in bearing With what their teachers gave. 1929 Fifty nme ' f - - - wwf. - f J' - Y, , V 4 -nb me-.1 - - .- , . . , -- - , - 'Q 'L HH 'r Q L' 4-.-,4 'U-Jwmzaf' "fffQ',z-'Sim-A' 1 ' -M-,mdxe 1 a,4,e,:.',af..,w .v4ww.qw.u. ... u,f..,.A . 5,94 , A A h , ,t , 1 4 v W .,,,,..w.,1m. V .-.ff-k.,,...L.v. M P +111 - I ,l 4 -. .L h, M 0 V-Wm' K H Y t , J, '33 Q, ,v.4,,5g,LM 551,-,iw .s,-:ai-gui 'u.ZQ2.iaf2 Sixty if' Y ibifkihxqlig ' 1 , lfasamnsimssaramr.-ph.:-:mm L Q Q' czm m.u.n:,1 ggfuvw . V ?a......... ibm ...--5? 1929 w I Sljahnfu CiAl.ElJIJA.R September 3: School begins-Crawford anounces no school this. afternoon. September 4: Statement is made, school will begin next week at 8:30 A. M. and will dismiss at 3:30 P. M. "Early to bed and Early to Rise." September 5: Carpenters repairing roof. No school Thursday or Friday. Some vacation but not for the teachers. September 10: Loss of memory. About a dozen were tardy this morning. September 11: The hat was passed for collection to buy maglazines. September 17: Mr Lyford doesn't like the arrangement of seats in Sociology, so he changes a few. Meanwhile two students receive a lecture under the direction of Miss Corning. September 19: Classes organize. Big bet on between Mable McAloon and Gladys Ross. September 20: Newspaper Staff Meeting. September 24: Candidates for Cheer Lead- ers. Lyford gets young again and goes stepping. September 25: Yell Leaders show off---hot stluff, clan they act and yell? And how. Year Book Staff appointed. September 26: First Assembly entertain- ment. Miss Corning plays the Ortho- phonic for us. They think we're a bank, they want more money for the "Master Key." September 27: Mr. Hall pays us a visit. Pep meeting for the Charles City game today. September 28: :Football game at Charles City. Too bad we lost 21 to 0. October 1: Chick Whalen tells the U. S. History clpass how the Scotch Irish re- ceived their name. The only one who ever boosts Pinkey is Mr. Lyford, he boosted him out of History today. October 2: Beach Goebel likes a change so he decided to read a "Red Book Magazine." Some of the boys relieve the High School of a few flies. October 3: Assembly today-Miss Frieden gives a reading. October 4: Miss Major says: "If you wish to be an actor, try out for Dramatic Club, 3rd. period. October 5: Pep meeting for Cresco game this morning. We won by a score of 13 to 0 Octob-er 8: Misery: Six weeks test be- gins. First issue of "Master Key." October 9: Chair on platform, some one is going to sit in it, sure enough, Mr. Gates. We enjoy him. October 10: 'Duane Schnurr is given the privelege to make -a speech about the new canes that are to be assembled at tho games. October 11: Crawford still harping on the subject of Season Tickets. October 12: Gladys Ross proves to be a good Spaniard. Pep meeting for De- corah giame. October 15: Another Pep meeting this morning for the game with Decorah Friday. October 16: Arleane Wittenburg and Robert Stewart p.ass notes to each other, thinks no one sees them. October 17: Miss Corning gives :us "more music." Rev. Secor tpalks on the sub- ject of "Self Respect." November 3: Lucky day for Miss Fuller. Her nzame myteriously changed to Ellis. November 5: Second Girls Glee Club will warble at 4:30 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting tonight at 7:30. November 7: Teachers have parties, so they are having a Bridge Party this evening. November 8: "Dance while youu are young for when you are old you may weak- en." Dancing cllass at 4:45. November 9: Oelwein game here tonight. Everybody jar loose and come. November 16: New Hampton plays at West Union tonight. Wow what a hot Pep Meeting. Dec-ember 3: Classes adjourn to different rooms where each class will be con- fronted 'by two members of the Annual Staff. Juniors are in the lead. December 6: "Merry Maskers" will rave an entertainment 'among themselves tonight. Everybody is not welcome. December 7: Seniors will act natural and play children tonight. "Here Comes the Bride." Wait and see who it is. Surprise. December 12: Attorney Opdyke told the student body how he liked the front seat when he was a boy, and then fol- lowed it with the Vocational Training 1929 Sixty -One Sirahufn of Modern Youth. December 18: Lawler or rather "The Irish" are going to compete with New Hampton in a giame of ball tonight. December 19: Forward March, down to the Kindergarden Room to be "shot" December 20: Ill effects. Famous last worCe, "Don't touch my arm." December 21: Whoopee "Santa Claus." Prepare for his arrival. January 7: Oh: Blood Hounds are out on everybody's: trail to find the giuilty one who robbed Prof's Safe. Must be hard up. Jianuary 8: Howard County Youngsters de- feated Chickasaw Lads, 31 to 13. Whcopee. January 14: Busy week. Review. January 15: And still some more review. We wonder if something exciting is going to happen. .January 16: Might have known it. Se- mester tests begin. Those who got out of a few can count themselves lucky. January 18: Game at Decorah tonight. We're sure going to win. Jz nuary 21: New semester begins. "Stud- ents maay come and Students may go, But some stay here forever." January 29: "Sid" presents the High School with a few new yells. lts about time. We won the Osage game 28 to 13. January 30: Instead of everybodydance, the statement is, "Everybody sit still" while Harley Trewin, Stella and Paul Hartson play some hot music. Red Keating nearly wiggled out of his seat. Rev. Engelke chianges the atmosphere and speaks to us about "Mustard Seed." January 31: "Whats all this we hear about a 'Dud'?" Come and find ouut at the Dramatic Club class play tonight. February 4: "When do we eat?" Tonight at the Auditorium Mr. Thistlewaite will render a speech. February 5: Home Declam tonight at eight bells. Everybody come. February 6: A Roman Cathedral in New Hampton. Where? In Miss Wor- ley's room. February 12: Basket Ball tonight, both teams at Cresco. February 13: "Visitors" Cresco wrestlers stay for Pep meeting. Did we yell? And how. February 14: Triangular Decliam meet at Charles City, Cresco and New-H-amp- ton tonight. Febnuary 15: "Whoopee-" Can we dance and don't mean maybe. Junior High 4 Girls dance for Assembly today. Hope they come again. Osage pllays New Hampton tonight. Everybody be pre- sent. February 18: "Will we beat Oelwein?" We'l'l see tonight at Oelwein. Too bad -all the girls can't be assembled there. February 19: Miss Worley flirts around her room. Must not have a class in there. Febiuary 20: Another speaker, Mr. Henry talks to Assembly. March 2: New Hampton loses the bqasket ball tournament to Charles City 29 to 17. March -4: N. H. High School hears Hoover in-aiugeration as he takes the oath of office. "What a long entertainment." March 7: Normal Training Girls will en- tel tain their mothers tonight. March 16: "All Aboard for the Music Con- test fat Charles City." What? "The trains late." "As usual." Rat Killing Contest this month in Mr. Wettach's classes. There's always something that takes the joy out of life. April 8: Anti-Saloon League men present interesting act. April 11: Operetta tonight, "Lass O Lim- erick Town." April 15: Normal Training Girls have in- teresting experience in the country. April 19: Sophomore party tonight. "Not Quite Sluch a Goose" presented to student body'. April 20: Tnack Meet at Cedar Falls. April 24: Bruce Gates addresses Assemb- ly. May 8: Public Speaking Class present play "Paradise," May 15-16: Seniors present play "A Lucky Break." May 18: Junior Senior Banquet. Some feed for the Seniors. May 19: Baccalalurette Services at Con- gregational Church. Mmy 22: Class Day Exercises in High School Assembly. May 23: Goodbye Dear Old High School. Many Happy Returns. Graduation. 1929 Sixty two I Slyaiirlfn A WORD OF APPRECIATION We, ,the stafifof 1929, wish to express our gratitude to those who have helped finance our Annual, and trust that the student body will show their appreciation by patronizing those who are listed below. Sweitzer Studio ....... Babcock Brothers .... .,- New Hampton Tribfune -- New Hampton Clinic -- First National Bank --- R. Feyerbend ............ Geiser, Donohue dz Geiser -- Thomas Iverson 6 Son ..... American Steam Laundry .... --- J. W. Sandusky ....... - .... G. W. gFlugga ............ Second National Bank ...... ,-- --- Gildners dz Miles ........ i ...... --- Sheakley KL Kenned'y Brothers Leuthold--Reich Co. .... . .... -- --- R. H. McFarland .... Olmsted 8x Gardner --- G. M. Bailey ................ --- Forkenbrock Brothers --. ........ --- New Hampton Implement Co. Fred Larson ................... --, Dr. Kelson ................... --- Bigelow, Donovan KL Hettler Scheuth Hardware ........... ,,- McAloon 8a Martinek ....... F. J. Conley ................... --- Larkin 8a Knutson ..........,,.,.,, New Hampton Oil Kr Grease Co. .... J. L. Crawford ---, .......... , ,,.,, ,,- Northern Lumber Compqany --- B. A. Brigadier ............ Hiughes Sz David .... Smith Tire ........... Thorson Sweet Shop -.-- Carl Kemp Grocery --- Dr. Millenbaugh .... Kress dz Company --- A. J. Pierson ........ Fair Store ---, .,.,,, ,,, New Hampton Dairy -- Robert E. Pose ....... E. C. 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