New Hampton School - Belfry Yearbook (New Hampton, NH)
- Class of 1920
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1920 volume:
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Manager of Lecture Course. 'eng
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"I am resolved Io grow ful."
CECIL KNOX "Sec"
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Varsity Basket Ball, '18, '19
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President, Class of ,Tanuary 1000:
"A Scrap of Paper."
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ANNA LEITCH "Ann"
"Ye gods! what a busy -woman I am,"
JAMES WHALEN "Syl"
Varsity Football, '19g
Varsity Baseball, 'l9g
Class Secretary, ':Z0g
Athletics Editor, '1020 "Shadow."
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GRACE WINTER "Squint"
"A stranger away from In-r own land,
She seek: her knowledge here."
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CLARENCE HAUGH "Huff"
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RUTH GURLEY "Little Sunshine"
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Organizations Editor, 15120 "Shad0w."
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GRACE WALKER "Max"
Class Basket Ball:
Class President, 'UIQ
Associate Editor, 1920 "Shadow"
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LEE HUNT "Mike"
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Vice President. '20g
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SYLVIA MCGEE "Sylvy"
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HAZEL ROARTY "Hai"
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JOSEPH FLYNN - "Joe"
Art Editor, 1920 "Shadow."
"A solid, substantial fellow in more ways than one
JOSEPHINE DELSING "Jo"
Varsit Basket Ball, '17g
G-lee glub, '18, '193
"A Scrap of Paper."
"Though you are a bit audacious, and your eyes and
hair are bright, -
Though you're saucy and flirtatious, you're all right."
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"Hit. don't fan"
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Rah for thx' Svniors!
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Full lwvlyv long years, wvnf do
l'l'1-r we ilu- Svllllil' ranks did Climh
'I'o claim Hn-m as our own.
NVQ-'ye' iravvlwl o'1-r Hn' sands of life,
With slow lvni pativnl sway.,
V Nc-'e-r faltc-ring onvv, o'c-r problems hard.
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Rah! Rah! Rah!
osv, .Ks Frvsliic-s gIl'l'C'll. trials wx-rv ours,
wn .Ks Sophomorcs, wisv, our troubles gn-XV,
'l'hrongh Junior ranks. ws- travvlvd on
'l'o mighty Seniors, stzmncli and trnv.
.Xml now tho day is coming: nc-ar
XVlwn fri:-nds hid fri:-nds. adivn,
VVlwn happy school days fadf- away
.Xnd worldly prohle-ms coma- to vie-w.
XVl1ilv ws' progrrs-ss o'n-r lifvl sh-rn ways,
.Ks years and years roll hy,
Fond thouuflits of yon wa-'ll vvm' rhvrisli.
Grand old Ns-w Hampton High!
J. F. '20
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Senior Class History
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'Z173,'?tQQ'gW Hla benior class of 1920 entered New Hampton High School, Septem-
ber. 1916, as innocent, gentle Freshmen, almost afraid to call our souls
if, our own. Our ranks were filled with fifty honest and studious pupils.
Yve were hazed to whatever extent the upper-classmcn deemed neces-
,f sary. Early in the year we were organized with Miss Lulu Utley as
WE. class advisor. Not wishing to be ostracized from high school life, for
QW! lack of pep, we gave a party. This entertainment gave us an oppor-
tunity to become better acquainted with one another and to get a good "stand-in" with
the faculty. None of the members became famous that year but later talent was rec-
ognized in some of us. As the end of the year drew nigh. we looked forward to vaca-
tion with great rejoicing as we knew we would not be looked down on by the other
students so eontemptuously the next year.
By the time we were Sophomores all our shyness had vanished and we had
grown quite self-confident. Many of our pals had dropped by the wayside to assume
other duties of life. New pupils from other schools entered our ranks. As Sopho-
morcs we took an active part in initiating the lfrcshmen. We had looked forward to
this occasion for a year. The class reorganized in October. Miss Utley had proved
to be a successful advisor of our Freshmen class, and was re-elected to lead our way
:mother year. Hula Spencer was elected presidentq Marian Bliss, vice presidentg
Roy Dilley, treasurer. As all Sophomores are imposed upon or at least. imagine they
are. we, in accordance with the custom, were treated mercilessly by the faculty.
YVe held no social functions that year because of the stringent conditions of the war.
NVQ- became stronger in athletics and declamatory work. First place in the oratorical
class and second over all were won by one of our members. Honorable mention in
the lnnnorous class was given to one of the girls of the class. New Hampton High
organized a debate club that year, and one of the boys of the Class of '20 made the
At the beginning of the Junior year we found our ranks had dwindled to thirty-
six, but our spirits did not lag. for we were determined. Miss Leona Meier was our
class advisor: Grace VValker, our presidentg Alfred Bigelow. vice president: VVayne
l"razee, treasurer. Vl'hen the call for the VVar Fund came, the Juniors responded
patriotically. YVc surpassed all the other classes in the amount subscribed per capita.
Several of the members of the class made the basket ball. foot hall or base b-111 teams.
After looking forward to being Seniors for three years we finally realized our
ambition. YVe are not deviating from the usual custom of Seniorsg namely. acting
dignified and treating the lower classes in a condescending manner. Scanning the
Seuior faces. one will recognize only seven members of the Freshman class that cn-
tered New Hampton High, September, 1916, but there are eighteen who have joined
us on the way, so we have a class of twenty-five. VV1' have had the privilege of in-
cluding within our ranks the classes of January, 1920. and of January, 1921. Super-
intendent l.apharn is the Senior class advisorg Sam Denner, presidentg Lee Hunt,
vice presidentg YValter Merrill, treasurerg James Whalen. secretary.
Yvith much pride we may boast of the success we have achieved in athletics, de-
bate. and declamatory work. VVe are drawing nearer to our goal day by day. and al-
thougll we look forward to graduation day with joy, it is mingled with a little sadness
in having to say good-bye to high school days.
R. M. and G. VV., '20
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Senior Class Prophecy V
OE FLYNN. editor of the New H:nnpton Gazette. regularly sends a
jg copy of his paper to every member of the class. In the .Iune 3. 1955.
gl 'E issue, he gives the following account of thc class:
Marian Bliss is an athletic director for girls at Chicago. The Mer-
' rill Brothers have a huge chain store system in Iowa. Minnesota and
the Dakotas. Shortly after finishing high school. Grace YValker was
united in marriage with "Luke-'i VVilkins. They own a number of skat-
ing rinks in summer resorts in Minnesota. Clarence Haugh is a noted chemist now
employed by the government: I.eah Coutant and Mayme Mangan have opened a
manieuring establishment on Michigan Avenue, Chicago.
Alfred Bigelow has plans completed for the largest engineering problem ever
attempted. The plans are for a tunnel under the Atlantic from New York to Bor-
deaux, France. Mable Carr is now seated in the House of Representatives. She was
chosen to succeed Alice Quirk. who had completed a term of six years. Alva Gray
resigned the governorship of New York to be a candidate for president in 1956.
Josephine Ilelsing spent some time in Honolulu, after which she traveled in the
U. S. as a hula dancer. She has retired to California. Ida Barie has been admitted
to the bar. Albert Kumpf has done much as a missionary. He is educating the un-
fortunates of Nashua High School. Sam Denner is now Secretary of Agriculture.
and if Alva Gray is elected president he will have a prolonged job. Grace VVintcr
has an enviable record as an eloeutionist. Anna Leitch and Mamie YVinter are living
together in New Hampton. Their chief source of income is from the state in the
form of a teachers' pension. Irene MeGinn is the only member of the class who has
led a quiet life. She married twenty-live years ago. Regina Murphy has established
a private boarding house for girls who go to school at N. H. H. S. .Iames VVhalen
started a pugilistie career but age overtook him and he was forced to retire to his
western ranch. Raymond MeAloon recently had his seat changed from the third row
to the second in the assembly room in N. H. H. S. Reinhart Drewelow has started
a spaghetti factory ill Guatamala. Iidward Schilling is a broker on VVall Street. He
amassed a large fortune from investments in sauerkraut. Dorothy Rose accepted a
position as a vampire with a movie company. Paul Boyce has held the position of
straw boss on the section for the past five years. Clarence Denner is traveling as a
violinist with a vaudeville company. Vera Decker travels with Ringling Brothers'
Circus as the smallest woman in the world. Hazel Roarty is still the village heart
breaker. Russell Crawford is now a cartoonist on the Police Gazette.
R. D. '20
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ll'c. thc lllclllllcrs of thc Class of 1920, In-ing' of Silllllll nlilld and jl1dg'IHf'llt, bc-
forc leaving tllis illstitlltioll of lill0VS'll'Clgt'. do llt'I't'by solcnlnly makc tllis ollr last will
lit'Klllt'StS to the Juniors:
To thc .lullior Class. wc do llcrclly S0lt'Il'lIlly llcqllcatll ollr physics books. lVc
trust tllcy will acquirc lIlllC'll valualllc information from thc samc.
I. .IOSlllllllllt' Dclsing. do llcqllcatll Illy box of powdcr to Virgil I.:ldwig'. I.
l'lVl'lj'll Shcaklcy. do lwqllcatll thc "Cad" to nly l7I'0tlll'Y', lldward. tlu- spccd king.
I. Marian Bliss. do ht'llllt'2ltll nly dCllll'l'ltS to thc lligllcst lliddcr. Tllc lDl'Il0f'ltS arc to
ln' uscd to pay thc tcaclu-rs for tllcir daily WJltC'll ovcr us. I. Edward Schilling. do
lR'qllt'1ltll a lady fricnd to lilly l'lI'CSllIl1flIl wllo is too llilSllflll to gct Ollt' for lllIl1St'lf.
I. NValtcr Mcrrill. do lcavc tllc carc of my lH'Utlll'I', Harold. to Marian Bliss. I. Anna
I.citcll, do lJl'qllt'Jltll nly lovc for tllc faculty :llld my front scat to Harold JOIIIISOH.
l. Ciracc lValkcr. do llcqucatll Gcorgc lvilkins to filly onc Junior girl dcsirillg a
ITCIIII. QCcnsorcd. G. lV.j
l, lhllllllit' hYllItt'I'. do hcqucatll my worrics to "Carp." l. l,cc Hunt. do l5l'lllll'!ltll
llly NVIHSOIIIQ' Sllllll' to Ruth RICIIZINISOII. I. Rllsscll Crawford. do will :llld lwstow Illl'
cnginc of llly I'IllllS0ll car, as 1111 aid to Stl'CIlg'tlll'll tllc volumc of tllc tilljlfllllly. as-
Sl'Illl5ly piano. wllosc agc has causcd its voicc to crack. l. Itcilly llrcwclow. will and
lN'lIlll'!lIll llly wl-ck's 2ll3Sl'lll'L' from school to Miss Licllty. I. Cl1lI'CIl0l' Hilllgll. do llc-
qlIt'fltll Illy linc of comedy to Vernon Coutant. I. .Ioscpll Flynn. llcqucatll my soft joll
on iulllll' Shadow" to "I3rlltlls" Klatt. I. A. H. Bigclow. do llcqucatll my scat lly thc
radiator to 'illillkyu I.eaCll wllo cxpccts to go to :l warm placc. I. Mallcl Carr. llc-
KIIICIIIII my dilnplcs to Earl Moctscll. I, Ida Baric, llcqucatll DIY physics allility to
Rilyllllllld hvt'lltZ. l. Sam l,l'llIlt'I', do bt'fIllC!ltll my lifc to Marian Strikc. l. ltcgilla
Nlurplly. bt'qllt'1ltll nly sllortncss to Hillllliill Amlllc. I. Alicc Qllirlc. do ll 'llllluttll Illy
"llawlillg outsi' to Harold Larson. I. Alva Gray. do llt'qlll'Jltll my dlltics as ycll mastcr
to tllc lllt'IlllN'I' of tllc Junior class having the loudcst voicc. I. Harold Nll-rrill. do
lli'1lllQ'Iltll llly chats with thc girls to Alvin B0t'tl'lll'l'. I. Maymc xlilllgflll. licqucatll my
noisincss to llrwill Drcwclow. I. -IHIIICS hvllilltdl. do llcqllwltll nly wllistlc to thc
lldison Pll0Il0g'I'Ilpll Company. I. Ircnl- lhIC'ciiHIl, do lN'qll0Jltll llly sllrpllls i'l0Sll to
XValtcr Pllclps. I. Raymond lhIl'Allll3ll. do llcqucatll Bly pllllctllality at scllool to .I0llll
Snyder. l. Alla-rt Kumpf. do llcqllcatll nly gcnius to I.t'0ll!l Edgar. I, Gracc IVilltcr.
do llt'qlll'IllIll lily fricndsllip witll Edward Schilling' to I.ydi:l lValtz.
In witllcss wllcrcof. wc havc lll'!'t'lIllt0 sct our lllllld
and scal tllis last day of May. 1920. hcrclly lll'C'l?lI'IlIgI
this to llc our last will and tcstamcnt.
CLASS OF 1920
Signed and sworn to llcforc mc tllis last day of May.
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Secretary . . AIARIAN STRIKE
Treasurer .... . . . Bicssm Koxzi-:N
Maroon and Old Gold
J! v HI-I Class of 1921 started its career with the reputation of being the
gif largest class that ever entered the portals of the high school building,
QQ and even now, though its ranks have been noticeably diminished. it still
3 : retains the reputation of being the largest class that ever entered upon
its Junior year. Not only has this class the reputation of having the
Xfh! largest enrollment but it has acquired and retained the distinction of
being the pcppiest and most spirited group of individuals that ever
graced the assembly room with its presence.
In our Freshman year we made a good showing in athletics. and in dechnnation
our ability could not be gainsaid. The first year. Karl Geiser was elected president.
with Orie Knight. seeretary-treasurer. NVQ- point with pride to the fact that many
debaters emanated from this group of Freshmen.
ln our Sophomore year. also, did the elass of '21 assist in earrying the colors of
old New Hampton High to victory, whether that victory be a mental or a physical one. '
Karl Geiser was re-elected president, with Clarence Ransom as seeretary-treasurer.
Again we made a creditable showing. all the members of the debate team and many
members of the other teams being chosen from this class.
This year. Oric Knight was elected president: Edward Sheaklcy. vice president:
Marian Strike, seeretaryg Bessie Konzen. treasurer. Our activities are many and
varied and to us in 1920, is due the credit of having the winner over all in the deelam-
atory contest. Also a .lunior girl has been placed on the all-star basket ball team of
Northeastern Iowa. lvc may ustly feel a glow of pride as we recall the many school
activities in which we have been participants. Vl'e have been as loyal to the nations as
we have to old New Hampton High and we are proud to say that a .lunior offered his
services to his eountry in its time of need.
The .lunior class has always been a byword for pep. spirit. and ability. Socially.
mentally and physically. we have raised new and higher standards for all to follow
and these standards we have upheld to the best of human ability. So her:-'s to old
'2l. the best and finest class in school.
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p MA ll 'l 'us of H122 entered New Hampton High School in the fall of
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to be excelled.
At our first business meeting. we elected Leroy Decker. president:
X Roscoe Kennedy. vice president: Anna Ilrewelow. secretary. and Mar-
shall Hewitt. treasurer. Miss Martha lienbow was appointed class
sponsor. Under her direction and with the assistance of the class members. we had
some very successful parties and picnics throughout the year.
lVe were not prominent in athletics, although we took an active part in support-
ing them. As l'lI't'Slllllt'll, we took as our motto. "YVork before play." and attained a
standard which we hope to keep through our high school career.
After the summer vacation we found ourselves increased in numbers and in ability
to do our work. During the first six weeks we confined ourselves to our studies save
for occasional outbursts of sport in hazing the lowly l"reslunen. ln the course of the
second six weeks. we elected Clarence Ransom, president: Selma Hose. viee presi-
dent: Kenneth Sehnurr. seeretary-treasurer. Miss Mildred Ebert was appointed class
sponsor. lVe have enjoyed two peppy parties this school year. one on December 6.
and the other. February 21.
The Sophomores are represented in almost every activity pertaining to the life
of the high school. Three members of the class play on the boys' basket ball team.
In the declamatory contest. the superiority of the Sophomores was evident. for out of
nine honors announced five were awarded to members of the Sophomore class. The
class also had one representative on the high school debating team.
The Sophomore class has proved its ability to accomplish things worthy of praise
in every field which it has entered. VVe endeavor to help lift high the standard of
New Hampton High School and to do always those things which will tend to make us
better citizens of America.
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President . ...... . HAROI.D Fox
Vice President . . HAROLD I.ARsoN
Secretary-Treasurer . GEORGE IXIARKLE
Historian . . . . GRETLHEN TAYLOR
Old Rose and Blue
' was an eventful day. the third of September, in the year 1910, that a
band of fifty lads and lasses entered for the first time, into the intel-
lectual realm known as the New Hampton High School. The first week
y 3 ,A we caused quite a little amusement for our upper classmen. resulting
151-'Q A -1- from our inability to find the right recitation rooms. But after the first
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record in high grades, athletics. and declamatory work as New Hamp-
ton High has never known.
After the first six weeks. gaining sutlieient courage to rise in a body and pass
into the laboratory at the instigation of Miss VVhirry, our class advisor. we held our
first class meeting. In the security of being among our own classmates we freely
breathed a sigh of relief-for the long route from our seats to the "lab." under the
ever majestic eye of the Juniors and Seniors, was an ordeal not easily to be forgotten.
The purpose of this meeting was to elect class oflicers. Harold Fox was elected pres-
ident but he resigned and the vice president, Harold Larson, became presidentg
George Markle was elected seeretary-treasurerg Gretchen Taylor, class historian.
tVe soon followed in the footsteps of our upper classmen and began preparation
for our first class party which was held December 12th. Even the faculty agreed
with us that it was a grand and glorious party.
Though just Freshmen, we have taken our part in athletics this year, for two of
our number have received their letters in foot ball. The midgets' basket hall team,
which is composed of five of our boys, have not had much of a chance to demonstrate
their ability as basket ball players but they have Coach Risser's word that they will
be the future basket ball champions of the high school.
lf all is well, and the fates do not rule otherwise. we, the Class of 1923, will no
doubt win some of the highest honors ever won in our sehool. Our probationary year
is nearly over and we feel that through hard work and our aim to be good sports ries-
peeially through initiation weekj have won a place in New Hampton High.
H. S. '23
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pulsory uiilitzlry truiuiug for :ill ulrlc--lmmliwl iurn unzlvr tha' nge of twcuty-rum." Thi- utlirluu-
tivv wus uphvlcl hy Karl U1-ist-r, Alva: Gray. mul Orin- Knight: tlu- llvgrzitiw- Ivy .Xlviu lim-lvlu-i',
I'lmlw:u'cl Bfilllllllll, :uul l,ul:1 Joiu-s. Miss liiluu Imws-, Mr. F. IS. Sluittvr, :uul County Supvrin-
tvuclx-ul .Xlf Vaunln. :uvlwl as 'illllgIC'S.
Uriv Kuigrlnl, Karl Gm-ist-r, zuul Lulu Jouvs wwrz- cliusvu tn l'L'll!'l'Sl'llt tlu' wlmol iu tlu- iutvr-
wlmnl mlm-hate lu-lwc-vn N1-w llzuuptun uurl Nashua. Tlwsc mlm-lmlvrs wnrlu-rl luircl :uul fuith-
fully. 4-vvu SJIK'l'llll'lllg' lllllK'll of the-ir Clll'iNllllJlh vzwutiou to prvpam- tlu-:um-lvl-s :is cuuuple-ts-ly
'lllll' Illlci'-Svlioul clvlmlv vvus lwlcl iu tlw lligrll Svhuul ,Xssviululy ltmuu nu tlu- vvvuiug of
.lzuluznry Sith. Nusluun uplwlrl thc in-g.::ltivm', N4-w llsuuptuu tlu' :1llir1u:i1iw. 'l'hv jiulggcw wx-rv
Supl. Sauuuvl 'l'ylc-1' uf liirw-ville-, Supt. .L l. 'l'iss of Cl'l'Hl'0, :uul Supl. l". ll. 'l'ylr-1' ut' cll'4'l'll!'.
.X fairly lurgrv zlttvliclzilws' turn:-cl out tu support zuul c'lu'1'r tlu- lll'lb'lt4'l'S. 'Flu' twn tvzuus
we-rv vi-ry Ptllllllly umtvlwxl hut Nc-w llsuuplrlu svcliwrl to lu' ful' ulwzul nf llu' Nzwluui twuu iu
ilu- rvluillul. N1-vm-:'lIu'lm-ss Nuslum was j,l'iVl'll the :lm-visiuii of tlu- jiimlgm-N hy zz vote- of 2 to l.
Nvillwr thc tvauu n'u' thc- sclurul urs- clisc-mirzlgf-cl hy this llc-fm-nl: with :i sfugalu, "Win W4-
Muxlf' wc uri- cunning: luwk um-xt yi-ui' tu curry UH' cle-lmtiug Imu'u's.
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The Declamatory Contest of 1920 was the largest as
well as one of the strongest ever held in the New Hamp-
ton High School. An unusual interest in the contest was
also shown by the student body this year because of the
large entry. Three nights, February 12th, I3th. and
l-1-th, had to be given over to the delivery of all the sc-
Bliss Hazel E. Zimmerman, of New Hampton. was
secured to coach the contestants and under her direction
each one was given three weeks of intensive training.
Mr. R. VV. WVest, Instructor of Public Speaking in
the State University of Iowa. acted as udge for all three
First place over all was won by Stasya Smith with
the selection. "Bobby Unwclcomef' Second place over
all was won by Albert Kumpf with the selection, "The
First, second, and third places were announced in
each class. Gold medals were given to the winners of
first place in each class, silver medals to the winners of
second place, while those receiving third place were given
honorable mention. In the Oratorical Class. Albert
Kumpf was awarded first place with the selection, "The
National Flag"g Anna Munson, second place with the
selcetion, "The Martyrdom of Joan of Arc"g and hon-
orable mention was given to Alva Gray with the selec-
tion, "The Unknown Speakerf' Stasya Smith won first
place in the Dramatic Class with the selection, "Bobby
Unweleomeng Dorothy Christoph, second place with the selection, "The Perfect
Tribute"g and Anna Shatz with the selection, "Jean Val Jean," received honorable
mention. ln the Humorous Class first place was given to Emma Munson with the
selection, "The Initiation of Georgie Bassettng second place to Ruby Crawford with
the selection. "Anne of Green Gablesug and honorable mention was given to Madonna
Honeyman with the selection, "A Sisterly Scheme."
INTER-SCHOOL DECLAMATORY CONTEST
On Friday evening. March 12, the Inter-School Declamatory Contest of North-
eastern lowa was held in the New Hampton High School. Twelve contestants. rep-
resenting the towns of Northwood, Monona, Nashua, Rockford, Elkadcr, Cresco.
New Hampton. Postville, Fayette, Charles City, and Decorah, participated in the
ln the Oratorieal Class, Vern Hansen of Northwood, was given first place with
the selection, "YVhat is Democracy," and Eugene Klienpcll of Monona, won second
place with the selection, "The Impeachment of VVarren Hastings." ln the Dramatic
Class. our contestant. Stasya Smith, won an easy first with the selection. "Bobby
Unwelcomef' Second place was won by Helen Molumby of Elkader, with the se-
lection, "The Reprisalf' Lillian Kiesan of Postville, was given first place in the
Huniorous Class with the selection, "Jane," and Alice Payne of Fayette, was given
second place with the selection, "The Americanization of Andre Francois."
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T e IQIQ Girls, Glee Club
Miss Harriet O. Kenyon, director of music. It was an organized club
ll with Ruth Gurley, president. and Zelda WY-sp, seeretary-treasurer.
The Glee Club's first appearance was at the debate. where thev
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X., sang "Come and Danceu by Lcmaine, and "Last Night" by lidis.
Wibu. jf' From then on their musical ability was recognized and they were asked
45,5-i to sing at many places.
At the time of the deelamatorv contest the Glee Club sanfr both evenin s. The
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first evening they sang Chorus of Spinning Maidens, from the "l' lying Dutchman'
by VVagner. The second evening they sang "The Cuckoo" by Tittig.
Every appearance they made during the entire year was hailed with applause:
that they had a successful year is undoubted. The Music Festival put on May 20 in
the theatre, was the biggest thing the Club attempted during the year. It was carried
out in a most deli fhtful manner and was extremelv ileasinr to the audience. The
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principal numbers were Ihe Gipsy Chorus and Habanera from Carmen.
The members of the Glee Club were:
First Soprano Second Soprano
Ruth Gurley Rosa Moine
Grace Sayers Laura Heiselman
Cleo McGinn Zelda YVQ-sp
First .rllfo Second Alto
Fern Finch Hester Taylor
GRADUATION OI" JUNE, 1919, CLASS
On Friday evening, June 6. 1919, the commencement exercises of the class of '19
were held in the opera house. Mr. N. E. Kendall delivered the address which was
thoroughly appreciated by all.
The Senior Chorus of the High School opened the program with a song. after
which Itev. Spikcr, of the Congregational church, gave the invocation. Several solos
followed the address after which Mr. Strike, president of the Board of l'ldueation,
presented the class with their diplomas. The final number of the program was the
class song by the class of '19.
GRADUATION OF JANUARY, 1920, CLASS
On Friday evening, .lanuary 9, the usual commencement address was delivered
to the Mid-year class of 1920 by Hon. J. I". Deems. food administrator of the State
of' lowa during the war. M r. Deeins is an enthusiastic booster for the home state and
he delivered a very interesting address on the merits of the state and the opportunities
Miss Dorothy Sehuetz opened the program with a piano solo, after which Rev.
Copeland of the Methodist ehureh gave the invocation. Miss Ruth Gurley sang a solo
and following the address. Misses Grace Sayers and Josephine Delsing sang a duet.
Mr. Strike. president of the Board of I'lducat.ion, then presented the class with their
diplomas. The final number of the program was a solo sung by Miss Zelda XV:-sp.
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fig NIC of the most thoroughly live organizations of our High Sehool is the .Xthletie
grin' Assoeiation. The membership eomprises almost all the students in the four
Q elasses. The girls take an aetive part in hoekey and organize hasket hall teams
whieh hring fame and glory to the Sehozil. Un the other hand the lnoys partiei-
zz :I pate in foot hall, basket hall, and base hall with sueh vim that they also bring
H33 jiri' honors to old New Hampton lligh. Those of this Association who do not take
part in the games eneourage the teams with their remarkable spirit.
It naturally requires large funds to support sueh an organization. The
lligh School Faeulty and students have done their utmost in keeping the "wolf from t.he
door." Basket soeials, plays, and the l.eet,ure Course were some of the events that were
planned to seeure the neeessary funds. On Mareh 25th, 1919. in the lligh Sehool Gymnasium
one of the most sueeessfnl of these events oeeurred in the form of a dinner, ealled the .Xthletie
The gymnasium was tastefully deeorated with foot halls, basket halls, ela.ss and high
sehool eolors. The twenty-tive tahles., eaeh with eovers for four, were very attraetive. The
aleove adjoining was arranged for the orehestra whieh played several appreeiated mlmhers.
Piano and voeal solos and Edison numhers added nuieh to the dinner. whieh was served at six
o'eloek and eontinued until all were served. The following was the menu:
lisealloped Potatoes Meat Loaf
Baked Beans ltiekles
Apple Pie, a la mode
The taliles were presided over hy the basket hall girls.
The dinner was a sueeess in every way. In the first plaee, the management was faultless.
lt was as if a magie wand had heen lifted and ehanged the gymnasium into a lirilliantiy lighted
eity hotel dining hall, with its ushers, waiters. and orehestra. The sueeess of this event was
due largely to the skillful management of the Home Iflennomies instruetor, Mrs. May XVelter-
In the seeond plaee the purpose of this event was realiced. The delvt was entirely elea red.
The amount of one hundred and twenty-live dollars was eleared.
XVith the opening of the sehool year, 1919-1920, the .Xthletie .Xssrieiation undertook to
manage the eity lecture eourse, whieh has proved tv he one oi' the 'hest methods usi-d to raise
money. Season tiekets eoveriug the entire eost ot' the I.eeture Uourse were sold to eitizens of
the eity. All the reeeipts from the sale of tiekets to the High Sehool students then went for
the support of the .Xthletie Assoeiation.. .Xlfred Bigelow was eleeted lmsiness manager of the
la-eture Course and under his etlieient management S130 was eleared.
The oliieers of the ,Xthletie Assoeiatien for the sehool year. 1919-1920, are:
llresizlenl . . ...... lh:1xn,xn'r IJIHIWHLUW
View l':'e.vi1ln1I . . . Rosa Moixnc
Seereiury . . . l'iARI. Mowrseu
Trffusurer ........... l'1vm.vN Sill-:,u4l.i:v
The work done hy these otlieers in assisting in the eol'eetion and expeniliture of S1200 or
more, whieh is the east of a year's athleties, is among thu heaviest of the duties undertaken hy
memlu-rs of the student hody.
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Class of 1q2o
The annual Junior-Senior Banquet was given by the class of 1920 to the class of 1919,
Saturday evening, May 31, at 6:30, in the woodland of the Congregational church.
The toast program carried out the idea of "Voices of the XVoods."
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Johnny .lump L'p ..,,... .,,......,... X lva Gray
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During the course of the evening Grace Sayers, Ituth Gnrley, and Frances Tiernan en-
tertained them with solos, assisted hy Mrs. Frank ltehorst at the piano.
After the commencement exercises Friday evening, the classes of '19 and '20, with the
faculty, went to the home' of Harry Shaffer, where a delightful evening was spent. 'l'he time
passed quickly in playing games. Light refreshments were served and with light hearts the
Soon after school, one Wednesday, the Class of '20, accompanied by the faculty, rode out
to the Little VVapsie, to enjoy a picnic. Most of the time was spent in preparing the eats and
roasting wieners. But that is natural, for a picnic is known by the food it affords. After the
picnic supper the class engaged in jolly games and when the time for departure came, many
were surprised that the time had passed so quickly.
The hour of 6:15, on December 5, found the Senior class a.nd faculty, bundled from head
to foot, ready for the seven-mile ride to the home of the class president, Sam Denncr. 'l'ihc
spirited horses sped over the snow very quickly, but some of the girls even then found
riding too slow and so they walked behind the bobs. M r. ltisser and Mable Carr were espec-
ia'fly"gr10d at keeping up with the bobs. In what seemed a. very short time, the bobs reuc'hed
the hospitable Denner home and with the assistance of a few students and teachers, Mrs.
llenner served a bountiful roast chicken supper. Sam proved to be a good waiter and espec-
ially good at serving pickles.
After the delicious supper the young people took part in games and other activities.
Musical attractions were rendered by the Misses Sayers and Gurley and by Mr. ltisser. Mon-
sieurs Gray and ltisser performed some very clever sleight of hand performances.
As the hour neared midnight, the class departed for home, everyone declaring this party
Il great success. The class of '20 will always remember the good time provided for them by
On Saturday evening, January 31, the class of 1920 held their third social event of the
scnson. The decorating conunittee had improved the gymnasium by decorating with Purple
and Old Gold, the class colors. This, with a "cozy corner" under the balcony, gave the gym-
nasium a. fine appearance.
The entertainment committee had planned many games and with victrola music between
these games they entertained the class very pleasantly.
At a lute hour the food committee served a delightful luncheon consisting of sandwiches,
potato salad, fruit salad, cocoa, cake and brick ice cream.
After partaking of the eatables, a few more games were played and the party broke up,
declaring the committees royal entertainers.
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Class of January ICQQO
The class of January, 1920, accompanied hy the faculty, picniced at Bigelow's woods on
Saturday afternoon, Scptemher 27. A delicious picnic slipper was served and the evening was
s rent in the vlavinff of various athletic 'ames and in the telling' of stories and 'okes.
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.X dainty four-course hrcakfast was givin to the mcmhers of the January Graduating
Class hy the Iligh School faculty. at the home of Supt. and Mrs. l.apham on Saturday morn-
ing, January 10. The colors of the class were cleverly used throughout thc hreakfast. Many
new and original conundrums were sprung, and with the singing of some good old songs., the
group hroke up.
.Xftcr the commeilcemcnt exercises Friday evening, Jaimary I5, the graduating class and
the Mid-year class of l92l, with the faculty, went to the home of Miss Grace Sayers where the
.hnmal Senior-Junior Banquet was held. .X jolly good time was enjoyed hy allg games and
singing making the time pass quickly. Light rcfrcshm1ents consisting ot' sandwiches and cocoa
were served. and the guests departed feeling that they had spent a very cnjoyahle evening.
The memhcrs of the January graduating class and thc lligh School faculty were enter-
tained hy Miss Evelyn Shcakley, on Saturday evening, January 10, to a 6:30 dinner. The
iahlc decorations were very hcautiful. carrying out a color scheme of the class colors. .X toast
was proposed hy Mr. Sheakley and drunk to the .lanuary class of 1920. Thle dinner was fol-
lowed hy a toast program centering around the class motto: "lic Second to None."
, Class of IQQI
The "gym" seemed "dressed up" on the evening of Novemlyer T, for the class ot' '21 were
to have a llallowc'en party there. t'orn shocks, pumpkins, old witches, and cats were very
much in evidence. .Xu improvised fireplace cast a ruddy iight over the "cozy corner" which
had hccn arranged under the haleony. The laughter and conversation of the assemhling Jun-
iors was interrupted hy the announeement,: "All who wish to have their fortiunes told will
proceed to the witches den." Much fun developed over the future of the class memhers as
predicted hy the weird witch who proclaimed their life events.
When the excitement had suhsidcd thc crowd was divided into four groups. each repre-
senting an act of a play. Although it was intended to he a tragedy, the audience was con-
vulsed with laughter. Then followed a series of games hoth amusing and entertaining.
.X novel idea was used for the gaining of partners. The girls stood hehind a hlanket with
only their feet showing. liach hoy chose a foot and the girl whose foot he designated was his
partner for supper. The refreslnnents of pmnpkin pie a la mode and cocoa were delicious and
everyone "did their ln-st." There was not much lingering after supper and the "couples" dc-
parted well satisfied with the evening's entertainment.
The second function of the Junior class was a George Vl'ashington party in the lahoratory,
Saturday evening, Feh. 21, 1920. There was not the usual crowd present. either hecause of
more pressing engagements or the lack of the necessary quarter. Those present were highly
entertained hy the class pianists and artists. Miss Meier invitied the class to view her art
gallery which was nicely decorated hy the manager. It was somewluut ditiicult to distinguish
hctween some of the profiles, especially thosle of Miss Meier and Karl Geiser. Mr. Lapham
especially enjoyed the game, "Tell me, whom do you love." Ile asked this question with ut-
most sincerity and almost gained the desired information from Marjorie Marsh. The memhers
of the refreshment committee demonstrated their ahility in domestic art hy serving a lunch
which did them honor.
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Class of 1922
Saturday evening, December 6, 1919, a large group of pleasure seeking Sophomorcs, and
mclnbers of the faculty who had survived after the Senior sleigh ride, assembled in thc gym-
nasium fora typical good time party. The "gym" was appropriately and elaborately decorated
with streamers of black and gold.
Such games as "Getting Acquaintedf' "Spoony Fun," and "Three Deep" were played: in
the course of the evening a series of thrilling stunts were executed by some of the boys. Four
plays we1'e given, some of the parts portraying Sophomore ingenuity.
The drawing of names for partners precceded the light refreshments of thc "Taste like
more kind," which were served just before the lights went out. A few lanterns defied the
"Lights Out" signal and their flickering light was ideal for the playing of "XVho, XVhat and
XVhere" and thc like.
The entlmsiastic and jovial spirit displayed bids fair for the good times in store for thc
elass of 1922.
After thc dispiriting news of the girls' defeat at the tournament and after strenuous re-
view for tests in store, the Sophomore class assembled February 21 to enjoy a social good time
together. fThey couldn't.j Committees had worked faithfully and the "gym" was artistically
decorated with the class colors, but as a whole the students were "ps-ple-ss" and not inclined to
Games such as "The Clapping Race," "Shadows," "Fishing," and "Flying l7utclnnan" were
played. In the latter there were some extremely ridiculous combinations. Next the tragic
drama. "Join the Sheep Lodge," was acted, certain members of the faculty taking parts. The
climax of the evening, as usual, came when husky members of the class appeared with trays
loaded with good things to eat. After this the company gradua.lly broke up.
Class of H923
On December 12, the Freslnnen Ulass held their first class party in the High School Gym-
nasium which was beautifully decorated in the class colors, Old ltose and Blue. The fun
began at eight with a splendid "get acquainted" game. Marriage, robberies, country schools.,
shoe stores and orchestras in the form of one-act plays furnished "pep" for the main. part of
the evening. Races of various sorts added a good deal of mirth and all of the participants
showed good sportsmanship.
Partners for lunch were drawn by fitting together cut pictures representing Christmas
presents. Dainty refreshments were served. "VVink 'em" was the popular game of the even-
ing. Though not all were good winkers, everyone "glanced meaninglyf' Fortunately the lights
did not go out at ten as usual, so amuscments were enjoyed until midnight.
The second function of the Freslnnen Class was held February 28, in the High School
gymnasium. Due to the influenza epidemic, only about half of the class were present. As it
was leap year, the girls took the lead in most of the games. lt took somie time to pass the
scissors around the circle crossed and uncrossed in the right way, and it seemed to some that
the ball would never drop into the basket, but the time went so quickly that soon Marian in-
formed the girls that they were now to meet their fate. A large heart was tacked to the wall
on which were pasted various numbers. Each girl with bow and arrow was told to shoot at a
number. VVhen she had succeeded in hitting one, the boy holding the corresponding mnnber
stepped forward and was led triumphantly away by the girl to enjoy the bounteous refresh-
At twelve the party broke up, everyone lmrrying happily homeward to dream of Flying
Dutehmen and Cupid.
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"fVl:u"' was in the zlrlny the
fII'I'3lil'l' pnrf of lhc' lmsv hull
season hut hc' is n vvlvrsln of
va-tc-reins. The school will he
glzul to sm' "Manco out hurling
the horsvhiclv this spring.
"Cruncli" coverc-ml his position
very zwccptzilnly. Ile was fast
on his fvvt :incl his peg nvvc-r
failed. H0 was zz good hunh-r
ns well as an hitter anal very
svlcloin was thrown out.
"Hungry" covered his position likx- an veteran. He- showed
clever work ns an huss- runner and was known as ai hunter hard
to throw out.
"S1'c"' plnyvml his lust gznne of
lmsv hall for N. Il. H. S. in
1919. H0 plays-cl zz good gaunt-
:iml was rvsponsihle for many
runs. Although he haul un off
day, now und lhvn, hc grclwrnlly
ls-t tho opposing tc-:nn know hc'
was in thc' gzunc.
"Laird" seldom misss-ml n Hy
hull. .X hull hif out in his di-
rection always fm-ll "in thc' well."
Hs- was El good hittrr and fast
on his fvvlt.
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of the 1919 season. XVinning'
or losing, his voice rang oat in
resounding pep. "Dinky" al-
ways kept his head in the game.
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"Baldy" held down the initial
saek in a highly aeeeptahh-
manner. He was always "there"
to receive the pegs and few
ground halls went hy him.
"Sal" was an excellent fielder of ground halls and his peg
to first was sure. He left school at the end of the season and
also left a hard plaee to fill.
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"lid" played his first Season
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"Dewdrop" played his first
year of hase hall on the l9l9
team. He proved himself to he
a Consistent fielder and a good
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WI, ll f N the spring no little argument arose as to whether we should have a
base ball team or a track team. On aeeount of the abundance of base
ball material it was finally deeided to play base ball.
The base ball season opened with Rieeville on the home grounds.
Rieeville had an exceptionally fast team and won by a score of 7-3.
MQW The game was fast and full of pep. lhe home team showed good form
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for the first game of the season and there was no little hope in the
hearts of the fans.
The seeond game of the season was with Greene. a team which New Hampton
High Sehool had never met in b:1se ball, and there was a strong desire to defeat them.
The result was a vietorv bv a seore of 7-0. Knox hurled his usual frame and the su 1-
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port of the rest of the team was perfect.
On May 16th. the loeals met New Hampton's bitter opponent. Nashua. Nashua's
team was slow on their feet. and did not handle the ball as well as the New Hampton
team. The final seore was 10-7 in favor of N. H. H. S.
On May 23rd. the team played a return game with Greene at Greene. The
Greene diamond must have been a battlefield judging from the holes torn in the
ground and the parts of machinery which were strewn around. Greene won the game
by a seore of 13-6.
The next game was with the famed VVest Union nine. and was the last game of
the season resultin in a vietorv for N. H. H. S. The score was 9-8 which indieates
the type of game that both teams played. The New Hampton boys went into the
battle over-eoniident. but as YVest Union was within one of tieing the seore. they
tightened up and played ball.
As a whole the season was a very sueeessful one. for the team won three out of
five games. The game lost to Greene was a hard one to lose but there is joy in re-
memberinr the defeat of our bitterest o 1 zonent bv a deeisive score. N. H. H. S.
looks for a more suecessful season next year. for most of the team will be baek in
First Base ,,......,
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TH E TEAM
Right Field ........ ........ l leeker
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'l'lw umnnimous vuh- "M:1c"'
i'm-ve-ix'4-cl from his lf'llllIllIlll'i'4 '
showf-cl llwir c'mifi1lc'nc'r' in his
:ihilily :ls an lc-uclvr. lla- was il
f'0llSl5i1'lll grrnuncl gzlinvr :incl an
wnmlr-rful opml fivlrl runm-r.
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IN IYQ' li
ll illll ul :ml lziphilil-4-ls-z'l
l urls scwmrl yrni' :lt fool'
hill plllllll him to lu- :i mlm'-
lN'llil2llill' lmvk. Ili- was an wmrl
-r. svlclnm failing
luv lfliliit' his lllSlJlIll'i'. Ill' also
fu :1 fast man at
"Svc" liliislwcl his lhircl yn-all' of fool hull for lhm' S4':1i'l4-i
, :xml Illzwk in 1919, llc was um- of thc main spokvs in thx
when-1 uf Couch liissc-r's figliling: ilfJfjIl't'fIiltl0l1 of 1919. lic wus
u gruml lim- l1llllIgI1'I' :mil littml wc-ll into :ill plays mul pn-aitifm
llis svlwiccs will l'l'l'l2llllly lu- llllSNl'il lll'Xi Svilsiill.
9 E GRAY
lla Guzircl :mil llulflmvk
IQ..xNSOM This was llw firsl ya-nr "Dul-
lv plnvml f'1
Q"l"'l""lH'l'k fswl flifl noi ll
"llung,rry" was l'0l1Hlll4'I'l'Il Ono plnyx-cl :I good
ml hull, lull this
zlmlivzip him. llc-
of Hu- fasts-st ms-n on flu' fvmu. mul offr-nsivvly. 'l'hv hawks cle--
.X surf- wnlvli on furwnrml pussvs, pc-mls-ml on "Dolly" to open
lu- grvlwiwnlly rm-sponcli-cl with il hols-s fm' lim- smuslws :md ship
lung: 4-ml run for an suhslnntinl lhv cc-nh-r clrivcs of thc oppos-
grzlin. wlwn an gain wus in-mlm-cl. ing: tvzuns. IIQ- glwirlllzllq-s in
Ile- has mu- yvzu' lf'ft to play. 1920.
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Fnd nw "SH" was always ilu-rv x
' l M7 thi- fi-fhl that wills thc- mnncs
.X l t h n u gh light. "l'rnni-li" plqyilfg N .H. ,. '
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5llil:l"'l Sllffflhilflmlncl. Alll willy' p 1 siw :incl UH't'll!4lYl', ha- will ll
si' mumn nnssii ns 1n.l.n.- i A ways ln- iw-gr:ux'cl1-cl ns um- of thi
uns :nn vxpm-It :lt cntclnng ful- milling lights of Hu. -I9 foam
wzlrml palssvs. Ili' g:r:nln:xli-s in
"l3i1laly" was fnll of fight
frmn whisth- tn whistlv. Gains
an-uuml his mul we-rc mighty
fi-w. His clvfunsivc' work was
:ilwziys on an pzn' with his of-
fm-nsivv. Ho wus injnrs-cl in
thv first gxannc- of thx' si-usnn.
:incl was ont fm' the rest nf thi-
yvur. llv ,',II'illllliIil'S in 1920.
This was "i'nrly's" first yvar 'l'fIf'klv
und. nltlmilgli not :1 vc-teraill. hm- "Hutch" playa-il his first u
plalym-cl an good gznnv at g,rn:u'1l. of font hall this vvnr. Ile vi is
lla- prm'v1l in ln' strung nt opvn- uni' of thi- lwst lnvn in thx hm
ing holes :incl on thi' ilvfvnsive' ln-ing zllrls' hy his spm-val tn lm
va-ry few gains ws-rv inzulc- thru np innny nf thi- UPPUSIII
his position. He- has :umtlwr ti-mm' pluygl 119 lm, tw., H H,
ywu' to play. lc-ft to play.
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iinislu-u his Iirsl :mil also his
g:l':uill:lh's in l!l20. lla- was ll
grrn-:nt mlm-fm-iwiva' I1illyl'l' :uni ll
sun' tnvlah- in shipping 1-ml runs
"Dc-wdrop" has playa-cl two
yl'1ll'S of font hullg Im-at XVIII' :ls
an slilmtihltv. :mil this yvnr nw
an i'v,u'1linl'. Ha' has shown him-
scif in ha- :I strung nmn :li ilu-
"huh" position, hm-ing: Ill! 4ll'l'Il-
rzliv palms-1' :incl :1 guml rivfvn-
sivv mam. Ya-ry fvw Lrziilis wvrc-
lllillil' hy uppznwnts fliruugii
"lil-iliy" was prnlmhly lh
ml l'HIlSiSi'l'l1i f:ic'kh' clvvvl
ml in N. H. Il. S. Ile- hroki
up runny nf' thi- uppnsir1g'h':llils
wi us xml un in
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Ing Imfvs. Ili- gI'JI1illJlii'5 in 1920
Guard . 'l':u'klv
'Hlig was "314mmm'g" Iii-gi "l'npu" was an ne-w mam :lt tim
YPEII' :lt foot hull. Ili' shfmhl SIHIIW- ill' 5ilUWl'li 1!l'4'flf th'
hc- il wumh-r in-furo hx' grrzuiu- Y4'iUl!lIll'Ilt :ls thc- se-usmi :ul
:lim-s, :is ha- has ilirvv Yl'3ll'N yvt V2lllC'l'li. Hi' 'HIS fllrvl' YPHVN
fly play, lnurm' of High Svhoni fmlf iulii
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' :ffl HH call for foot ball candidates was issued by Coach Itisser the first
week of sehool and the response was very favorable. About thirtysfive
men appeared in uniform. including many veterans from the year be-
fore. The fact that Mc-Aloon had returned from the army strengthened
1. : the teanf eonsiderablv. Practice began at once and the rivalrv for
places was very keen.
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'I'he first game was scheduled with the boiler makers from Uelwein.
a team New Hampton had neyer met in foot ball. In preparation for the game the
praetiees were long and hard. The game was played on the home grounds and was
bitterly eontested. In the end the superior coaching of Risser's warriors began to tell
and they carried otf the big end of the score ll-13. The fact that Oelwein was heavier
than New Hampton made the game one of the most brilliant of the season's victories.
On the following Friday the team' met Creseo on the home grounds. The boys
played a good game and were victorious by a score of 20-0. 'I'hey showed an im-
provement in form approaching midseason eondition.
New Hampton played Osage at Osage. October -L. Although the roads wer-
muddy and hardly passable. the team reached Usage in time for the game. In the
seeond half the hard ride began to tell on the locals and the opposing team ran up a
good score. 'I'he team was weakened eonsiderably by the absence of a number of
players due to injuries.
.Xt Charles Pity the Cardinals did not show their usual form. but nevertheless
they were victorious by a seore of I3-12.
After this game the team practiced hard for their biggest game. that with
Nashua. The game was played at Nashua and despite the hard praetiee and the
determination of our boys. the experience and superior weight of the opposing te:nn
gave them the vietory by the decisive score of 55-0.
The game with YVest Union High School. played on the home grounds. resulted
in a tie score. I3-13. XVest Union had the strongest team which has represented their
High School in years and came witll the intention of "taking home the baeon.',
Decorah played New Hampton the following week. losing to the locals by a
score of 33-12. The game was not very peppy due to the faet that the Cardinals did
not at filly time have to exert themselves. Decorah boys are good sportsmen: al-
though outelassed, they fought consistently until the last whistle blew.
'I'he final game of the season was with Fayette on the U. I. LI. grounds. Fayette
High School had a good team and did not lose a game during the 1919 season. True
to the traditions of N. H. H. S. the New Hamptonites went into the game deter-
mined to end I"ayette's winning streak. but on aeeount of the short periods of time
they failed to make a touchdown that would have tied Fayette and probablv won the
game. The team as a whole played good foot ball this year and. although Fl
number graduate. there need be no fear that next year's squad will be lacking in ma-
terial or the spirit to carry off the honors for old N. H. H. S.
N. II. ll. S.
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New Hampton ,..,... ........ 2 0 Cresco ............. ....... f I
New Hampton ,...... ........ I 3 Osage .................. 10
New Hampton ....... ......... 1 3 Charles City ........ ..... . I2
New Hampton .....,, ..... I P Nashua .... ........ .... 5 5
New Hampton ...,.,. ......... 1 3 XVest l'nion... .. ..... ..l3
New Hampton ......, .,...... I 33 Deeorah ....... ....... l Z2
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i Our Coaches
To our faithful and energetic
N coaches,we are greatly ind:-ht d
for the success of our athletics
this season. It was our coaches
who worked as hard as our ath-
letes. and whose untiring ef-
forts brought victory and glory
to their teams.
Coach Rise-aer's management
of the boys' teams was very
highly commendable and could
not have been improved upon,
while through Miss Grooms,
tactics the girls developed a
team of a caliber not seen in
New Hampton for years.
So here's to thc coaches of
the Cardinals. whose hard work ,
and personal sacrifices were
given graciously for thc inter-
ests of our athletics!
'l'o our loyal old yell leaders we dotf our hats. No athletic contest was complete
without "Fat" Gray and "Banty" Knight leading the leather-lunged warriors and
cheering the New Hamptonites on to victory. Even when the tide turned against our
men, this pair never lost hope and were as lively as when the team was winning. New
Hampton High will never forget the services of "Fat." "l3anty" will be with the old
school again next year with all of the old fight, and we will be glad to sec him trot out
in his white trousers to scatter the pep that wins games.
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Captain and Right Guard
Captain "Maru lu-ld down his hz-rth at thx' guard position
in a uiannrr that was hound to hcwilder his opponents and to
ki-vp thc score down to a small figurv. llc was haudicappi-d at
various times hy injuries, hut hr dm-srrvvs crvclit for lvading tlu'
ti-ani through the season in a 4'onun0ndahlr mann:-r.
I IAIJVVIG li,XNSOM
Forward Cc-itil-r or Guard
"l,ud" playvd his first your at forward. This was"llungry's"si-cond ym-ar ofhaske-t
lie- he-ld down the position in a satisfactory hall. Fast on his fu-t and an 1lC'Clll'1llf'
lIlillllll'l'. llc' was fast at passing' the hall., haskct tossvr, his playing at vitlwr the- cun-
and should he a great aid to thr team nvxt tvr or the guard positions was equally cf-
C4-nts-r or Guard Fm-wm-tl
lililylllg his first yvar as a regular on thi' "Shorty" hroki' into tlu- ganna- during thn-
tvaln, "Duwdrop" showed up with hahitual svphhq half of the Swwuni H6 lwvelopcll
consisfvncy. liqually useful af center or rapidly into H fmt fmfwm-dl yyml two
lIl'ilf'll, lll' l'l1'l"'ll the Wlwll' of l"'i'f'll4'i'llF' years morv to play he should lu- a valuahlv
crm-ry gauu- and uplu-ld his rvputation for mem,
lu-ing a shifty playvr.
F1"'W4U'd Guard or Forward
uV"'l'l4'l'n llmkl' into fllf' ifilllll' HHS Will' "lid" has thc' pup that very svldiun lost-s
in a lll2llllll'l' that surprisrd cvrryhurly. In H mum.. HK. I,,.nWd himsvlf M, IN. H guml
rllltl' "f lllf' fact lu' limi lllillwl liftlf' lli'gk"l floor lnan and vcrv ac'c'urat0 in shooting
hall lu-fore, Coach Rissvr took him in hand lnlslwfs. H.. has lmf. VNU. mlm. p, play, '
and niadv him a strong forward.
M lil! lt I l .l .-Guard
"l'iquator" playvd his first your ot' haskct hall on the 1920
fc-ani. llc sluwwd up well in thi- gauu-s, and although small.
lu- was ahlv to hold his own with larger opponc-nts. llc will hv
misss-d uvxt yvar.
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This wus "l"zit's" first yt-zu' on tlw tczuu. Siu- l1t'Yl'l' fails-cl
iu filling.: lu-r pusitiuu us gruauwl. Ilrr clusv guzurtliugr lumix- it
llllI!ll5SllPll' fur lwl' 0IDI!Ullt'lliS to Cilgl' :I lmslivt. "l":it" was
pickvil nu tin- :ill-stall' tvzuu :it tlw NUl'illl'2lNfl'l'll lmvcl 'l'mu'n:u-
Nl.Xlll,XN BLISS l'lYl'Il,YN Sltl'i.XliI,l'IY
lll'llit'l'. Cilliltllli Furwzlrrl
NYitl1 illl't't' yvurs' 1-xpc-1'i1-1100 ln-liiud lwr, "l'lv's" spa-4-xl :tml c-lm-H-I' luuum-I' of vlutl-
iilalriilll playa-tl zu fzlst flillllt' :lt wlitvi' iugf lu-1' oppmwnt was um- of tlw uutic'm-ulmlv
tlu'ougrhuut tlu- st-znsou. Quick ou Iwi' fvvt fi-:nt1u'c-s ut' tin- guuu-s. l'll'l' ulvility to slumt
'uutl ll sure- passer, slu- pluvvcl nu lllll!lH'fillil lmslu-ts wuu unluv gzuuvs fur N. II. lligxli.
I!ill'l in lu-4-ping tlw lmll iu tin' t0l'l'itUl'y of l
Ni-w ll:uuptun's flil'Vt'2ll'tiS.
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Nlurizufs uliility to cutvli the lmll :uul lwr Cleo plnyt-tl lu-I' first guuu' this st-znsou.
2ll't'lll'ill'y iu lllillilllff lulskm-ts was nut- of tlu' Slw quickly mlvvt'lupt'cl into an strong fIll1ll'tl
lvig f'uctm's iu tlu' ts-zuu's succm-ss. This wus zuul lu-1' cmluruucv during tlu' gsum-s kvpt
lu-r sm-cuncl ye-nr nu tlu- tc-zuu :lull slw luis two livr oppuum-uts from ruuuiug up tiw scnlw.
yt'!ll'S yvt to play.
I.li0l..X ROSE C'l.l'l0 ILXNSOM
Fm'w:u'4l ltuuuiugr llt'lltt'l'
"lily," our right furwurml, was allways il Clvu :always pluyvcl an guml :uni vuusish-ut
tlvpm-mlulmlv :incl vuiisistvilt piElj'f'l'. Stu' kvpt g':um'. Lust svzxsuu wus lll'l' ss-cunxl yvnr
lwr grit uutl pvp tliruugxlumt the svusuu. nu tin- twuu :tml during: tin' tiuu' slit' luis
"Oly" will still ln- svru ou tho Hom' uvxt tlm-vt-lopvtl into El strung Imluyt-r. Slit' has
you r. our iuurc your tu play.
M .Xli.l0lt I li MARSI l-fGu:u'zl
NI2ll'.i0l'll' :always pluyvcl livr part faithfully. Slim- was surv
of lu-x' hulcl on tht- hull zuul wus close ut Q'll1ll'tllll,Q.
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Boys, Basket Ball Season
,MQ Lily HH call for basket ball candidates issued by Coach Risscr on Decem-
ber lst. brought out the largest squads that have ever appeared on our
gym fioor. including the veterans of former years: Ransom. Decker.
Mc-Aloon and Ladwig.
The first game of the season played before Christmas with Charles
City. gave Coach Hisser an opportunity to look over some of his men in
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VQEI action. The game was a victory for Charles City by a score of 16-7.
Coach Kisser had not definitely picked a team and several subs were tried out.
The annual alunmi game occurred during the Christmas holidays. The result
was a defeat for the high school. The alumni team was composed of former high
school stars: among them "Da Gamma" Markle, "l'unk'i McCarthy, Crawford.
Sehnurr. Roarty and G. Shaffer. Two of these, Schnurr and Roarty, played on the
team that won the Cedar Falls tournament in 1918.
Decorah played the Cardinals Jan. 9. but were unable to stand the pace set by
the speedy New Hamptonites. The locals won by a score of 33-l l.
On the following week the Cardinals played Nashua on the local floor. The re-
sult was a victory for the Nashua boys, who displayed an excellent brand of basket
Luther Academy was the next team the Cardinals played. Due to the absence
of Mc-Aloon the team did not play its usual game and was defeated by a score of 20-7.
At Osage the Cardinals met one of the fastest teams in the state and were beaten.
Osage played at New Hampton the following week. They again defeated the
Cardinals by a score of -1--li-21. The basket shooting of their center. I.aughlin. who
made 3-L of their points. was the feature of the game.
The Cardinals ourneyed to Nora Springs the next Friday and defeated the Nora
Springs high school by a score of 25-8.
Crcseo played on the local floor Feb. 20. Their team. composed of a bunch of
huskies. carried home the victory by a close score of 23-22. Inaccnracy of foul shoot-
ing cost the Cardinals the game.
New Hampton ran away from Charles City in the second contest with our neigh-
bors ou the west. The score was 39-25. During this game the Cardinals displayed
the best form of the season.
The Cardinals were again defeated by Naslma at Nashua. the score being 37-15.
The game was hard fought and full of pep.
The final game of the season resulted in a vietory over Luther Academy on the
honie fioor by a score of 28-20.
Thirty schools from Northeastern and Central iowa met in the annual tourna-
ment at Cedar Falls March 5 and 6. New Hampton drew the fast Dvsart team and
were beaten by a score of 23-l I. The fact that Uysart played Cedar Falls and were
beaten by a very small score shows the strength of the local ball tossers.
In a post season game played at Creseo. March 12. New Hampton defeated the
riyal to the north bv the close score of 22-20. With the exception of Crawford. a
team of veterans will appear on the fioor next season and should continue the style of
ball shown in the final games of the season.
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Girls, Basket Ball
Tha' Girls' Baskvt Rall scason 0llL'lll'd ahout thc middlc of NOX'l'Hllll'P. l'r:10tiCc
hvgan with pm-p Jlllll spirit with Miss Grooms as coach.
The first game was played with Rudd on thc homc floor. Thc Rudd girls put up
a good light. hut thc- honu- girls vvvrv too muvh for them and tht- scorc' vndcd 2-11 to 6
i11 Nm-w H:u11pto11's f:1vor.
This put more pr-p i11to the' girls and whvn Dvcorali playvd hvrv a fvw works
latvr thc' girls showcd l'0llSlllt'I':llll0 pep Elllll ln-at thx-m hy :1 scorc of I3 to 5.
Thx' nvxt gamc was playvd :1t Rudd. The' homo girls wvrc ahead until the last
fvw Illllllltl'S whvn Rudd, lay :1 strvak of luck, tit-d a11d tllQ'll got a point ahf-ad just as
tht- whistlv hlcw. tl111s making the sm-orc 12 to 13 ill Rudd's favor.
Tl1is. liowm-vvr. did llflt discouragv the girls. Illld wht-11 the' gainc :1t Nashua van11'.
about :1 work later. thc girls showcd thc- same "poppy" spirit. Howvvrr. thc- long ridv
i11 a llilll across country illlll thx- !llDHt'lll't' of ont- forward v1'a-:ikc-111-cl tha- tram a11d tht-y
lost hy a scorn' of 8 to 20.
The' same NVt't'li the tn-am wcnt to Nora Springs. Hcrc l1otl1 trams p11t np a rog-
11Iar scrap. l111t N. H.'s tn-am was too fast for Nora Springs Illlll tha- scorn- vndvd 9 to 0 5
i11 N. H.'s f:1vor.
The followi11g wa-ck tlu- tr-am wt-nt to tha- t0lll'll1lIIl1'Ilt :1t Postvillc. About twvlvv
trains we-rc prcsvnt. Thc drawing took placc Friday morning illld N. H. had the'
"hard luck" to draw Postvillt-. Thr- gamv was playrd Friday aftcrnoon. lt was :1 A
fast Illld close gamv. At thc' ond of thc first l1alf tho scorv was 2 to 3 in l,ostvillv's 1
f:1vor. Both tr-:uns 0:11110 hack strong i11 thc second half. but N. H. se-vnu-d unalmlv to
xnakz- tht- usual baskets Illlll tht- st-orc vndcd AL to 7 ill Postvillm-'s favor. Postvillc, o11
Saturday aftcrnoon, XYOII thu t0llI'llIlIl1l'llt by dm-feating xIllllClll'Stt'l' 3 points. thc sam:-
as it ds'fc:1t1-d N. H. Tl1is fact shows that N. H. at least dose-rvcd a place- i11 the-
finals. lacing dn-fc:1tm'd only hy thc winncrs of tha- t0l1I'llIlll1t'llt. After thc gamvs a
votc of tlu' P0!ll'llt'S was tillifll for an all-star tcam. 0110 of N. H.'s guards. Naomi
Bliss. was give-11 a placv 011 this tram.
Shortly aftn-r thc- t0lll'llJllllt'llt thc' team played a post sc-ason gamc' with Nashua
U11 thc l1o111c floor. Tl1is was pm-rhaps thc fastcst Illlll hard:-st fought gamv of thn-
scason. Both trams p11t up a good tight but Nvw Han1pto11's supcrior l'0Jll'lllllg lwgan
to show Ill! during thc svcond l1alf and tht- Cardinals wo11 hy a score of 6 to 5.
The sccond post svason game was also playcd o11 thc homo floor with l.uana. The'
fardinals we-rv ag:1i11 victorious hy a scorv of 10 to 6. This was :1lso a hard fought
gamc illlfl tlu- girls dost-rvv crvdit for tht-ir hard work Illlll co11sist1'nt pr:1c-ticv.
M. B. '20
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1887-Bessie Porter, Zora Shernlan.
l888w-Claude Birdsall, Kittie Clllltilllt cslllltllb, Stella I'll'l'gIllS0ll QCaweltyj, lll'I'tl'llll1'
AVaehtel cFl'yt'l'llt'lI1l,, Helen Sloan QCastorj, May VVing clAIlll00llllJ.
1889-'Clyde Bigelow, Tillie Kennpendorf, May Haislet fl'en1l1ertl1yj, Howard Mitehell,
Mattie MeCangl1ey, Artlnnr Phelps, Herbert Stowe, Lillian Snnderlin fC0ll'lIl2lllD, Margaret
VVing, Marie Waehholz fl'llkl"lII2lllj, Frank Waehholz, Nellie Young Qliigelowj, Frank Urins.
189th-eAvl'l'llil Darrow fMa1'klej, Bird Fairhain Qliigelowj, Ora Fairlmain cslllltlly, Nellie
Harris, Hattie Snnderlin, Rolla Shaver, Rohert Rowley, Rose lJ0llllltll fHolshlagj.
1891 l'llIlll'I' Bliss, Charles Daly, liillll lie111pendorf, Fled Minker flArlJllli'lIOSl't'l',, Madge
Noble, 14111111111 Pililflllilll, Mahel Rowley fGillj, Ernest Spl'lIlg'l'l'.
l892'v.Al'tllllI' Bnreh, Fred Boos, Nellie Healy flgllfllllilllly, Charles Davidson, Bertha
lVl0Lltg'UlllQ'l'y, Belle Rowe QGQ-iserj, .lay Sehnlte. Millie Sehnetz fGllTlil'ItJ, Ida Wilkins Ql.illi-
hridgej, Perey Wilkins.
1893-Belle Rowe ffll'lSt'l'D. flfonr year elass.j
189.1-+Slella Hoyt flienyonj, George Jackson, Arha Jackson, Carrrie Nohle QSweigarllj,
Helen Sherinan QSheakleyj, linniee Springer QBairj. Pauline Smith Ql'hm-Ipsj, Lydia AA'HCll'
1895--Frank A. lWll'Nlllll1'll, Bert G. l'llllI0y, Mamie ll. Stanton Qlfeeneyj, l.a11ra M.
l8!Ni---Pearl I.andon flAr'l?lI'lll0ll,, l,llllUlIlt'lHl Meyer, Bertha Nohle. Frank A. Sehnetz, .Alll'il
ll. Sllt'l'lllilll Qlienyonj, Frank C. Smith, Alice M. Tooley, Mann' G. 'l'ooley fxvlllttlllly.
l8977Fllll'0lll'l' Barher flylllllllllyj, Mary l.. Carr Qllowningj. Agnes M. Conley, Sadie 'l'.
Conley fctllllllilllb, .hllllil Iverson, llerinan Gitzendonner, Charles A. .l1lll'S0ll, Lillian M. Petty-
grove Qlianej. Jnlins Powors, Bessie Rowe, Anna Sehnetz, Ray VS'illson, 'llll0lIl!lS K. Young.
1898-Joln1 E. Burch, John F. llennnth, Clarenee li. I'lt'l'flllSUll, ANlllK'lllll'I'liI Herwig, An-
gust D. Herwig, Helen M. Kenyon, l'lthel V. McFarland Qlloneywellj, Anna XV. Rahe f'l'eetzJ.
Martha l.. Ri'llll'tCll fSiddallj.
18951---Bla11eI1e Bnreh fllnntj, Josie M. Casey, Allllil Y. Cooney, Mae li. Dillon. Ray J.
llneonih, Harvey .l. Forhes, Anna S. Fox, Clara B. Hall QSt. Johnj., Olaf Kelson. James S.
Reynolds, Clara M. Sehnetz Qtlwensj, Lillian B. 'l'ansey QVallantynej, Edward I.. VVea.klen.
l!l0lPMz1y Barrett, Blaneh Contant, Cora Dillon QStarkeyj, Carolyn Grimsby ffilltlll'lt',,
Nora llerwig: Ql'orterj, Hattie lyerson Qlielsonj, Bessie B. Kenyon fliaheoekj, Dora Kemp-
endort' QGritlithj, Lillie R. Larson QMeGeej, Rose Meyer, Edna lAIilI'Sil9ll Qliranierj, lilfie
A. Rowe QBartosehj.
1901,-Sadie Gerholdt cl,l'llll0l'J, Charles kllll'llll'll, Fred Gitzendonner, Cora M. Greene
Qlialliwellj. Willard Hartwell, Kate B. Kenyon, Otto H. Rahe, Lizzie I.. Smith fWentzj.
l'Ilizahetl1 Stanton Qtlnrleyj, Charles M. Tierney, Belle Tooley, Etta B. Tooley, Ada M. VVill-
son. Aliee M. Young Qltekersj.
1902-Osear J. Boos, Harvey I.. Burch, IJIUIO CllPl'l'll'l', J. A. Ft'l'g'llSUll, Clara Gill fxvllll-
1111-rj, Don Iverson. Ray S. Landon, VV. A. Mahoney, Mae li. Reilly fMalloyj. Harvey Springer,
Arthur S. Wing, Kate M. Young cpflllilflly.
1903-Alvin Bnrinaster, Agnes IC. Carney, Nellie lfl. Gardner, Pearl Hart fSailorj, Mar-
tha l.. Kennnan. Martha KC'lllllt'Illltll'f Qllindj., Cora M. Marr QGalvinj, learl H. Meliee,
Kate M. Meyer. J. Lloyd VVright.
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1904:-Artlmr S. Kenunan, Lydia A. Kemman, Adaline M. Krieger, May C. Malloy fMur-
ruyj, Bessie Noble, Ada Nowell QLaverienj, Myrtle Phillips fHcybergerj, Emma Rabe, Ina
Rowe, Lou Sheffield, VValter Tooley.
1905-Clara Adams QArnolclj, Harriet Carney QGunsalusj, Verna Greenwald Ql'arksj.
Lenore Kcmman, Sarah I. MacDonald, Emma Pierce, Luella R. Tierney.
1906-Alma Blatte fBushj, Elmer Carpenter, Maude Coutant fGillilordj, Regina Dillon
QCaseyj, Harold Gardner, Frank Harris, Jolm McCracken, Vera Pottle, Fred Shaffer, Hattie
Sclmlte, Florence Tierney QMaherj, Lulu Utley, Ada Wiedman, Karl Greenwald.
1907-Einnui Blaska, Charles Gerholdt, Alvin Kemman, Atense Klatt fBlattij, Harry
Olmsted, Glenn Stoles, Bea Wright fliargerj, Hazel Zimmerman.
l908gHelen Breeding, Ralph Chambers, Iva Gray, Melvin Arms, Cleve Phillips, Jay
1909-Lucille ShaHer QMillerj, Florence Sandusky, Harry Tlioinpson, Winnifred Dawson.
1910-VVillimn Brandt, Lucile E. M. Brorby, Mildred B. Johnson, Martha Stolfus, Clarence
L. Strike, Elizabeth M. Tierney.
1911-Doris Babcock QJolmstonj, Virgil Clary, Ethel Curtis, Howard Dawson, Hazel
Linderman, Hazel Dawson, Reed McDonald, Jennie Markle, Hazel Opdyke Qlllankenheimj,
Harry Schulte, Genevieve Sack, Olive Stake, Nellie Whirry QWoodyj.
1912-Vera S. Finch, Florence Goodall, Ida Link QHewittj, Eva Markle, Margaret Mc-
Cracken, Harold McFarland, Frank Rehorst, Claudia Smith QAssinkj, Perry Snyder, Hazel
1913-Hugh Clark, Lowell Hewitt, Bertha Klatt, Leo Kieren, Elva Kcmman, Alveda
Markle, Mabel Rekers Ql.emonj, Claire Rouse, Cletus Stanton, Homer Tooley, Myrtle l'tley
lSpicerl, Clayton VVelter.
1914-Viola Clary, Geyer Greenwald, YVinnie Gerlach QHadleyj, Clyde Kolthoff, Susie
Kerssen, Walter Kelson, Rudolph Klatt, Ruth Lanin, Barnes McDonald, XValter Mohler,
Jessie Opdyke QKierenj, Glyde Rouse, Grace Shaffer fltehorstj, Clara XX'inters, May VVelter
QSnydcrj Nellie Allen, Bessie Hunt Qlivansj.
l9l5---Leona Bendorf, Elsie Kerr QGranleej, Vernon Linderman, Grace McCahen fSweetl,
Justin McCarthy, Harvey McFarland, Agnes Mueller, Lloyd Opdyke, Lena Rehorst fCarneyj,
Miriam Smith, Lettie Sohn CSchurkej, Alice Smith, Laura Smith Q'l'relourj, Harold Sayers,
Arthur Schilling, Hazel Mauer, Oscar Kress.
1916-Genevia Bondorf, Josephine Crawford, Myra Gray fMooreheadj, Rebecca Harris,
Gertrude Lewis, Bernice Sohn, Harriet Faber, Roscoe Markle, Arthur Rehorst, Audrey Hack-
1917--Rilla Bannor, Leona Bandle, Claude Burke, Harry Crawford, Irvin Donovan, Cecil
Ellis, Roland Fox, Archie Gray, Leon Griffin, Lulu Gritiin, Ida Greten, Gladys Hiekoek, Rich-
ard Kriegar, Anita McCahen, Sidney Mohler, Myra Mangan, Hildred Rouse, Margaret Sack,
Lauren Shaffer, Mabel Sanders, Verne Ure, Finn Wilkins, Carl XVhite.
1918---Vincent Barrett, Vivian Clary, Stella Carr, Leath Dana, Merle Evans. Glen
Grilusby, Marian Gurley, Marie Hansen, Maude Hardy, Myrtle Hewitt, Paul Johnston, Eliz-
abeth Julian, Leona Kennedy, Louise Montague, Mildred Kennedy, Alys Pierce, Clement
Roarty, Homer Rathbun, Marjorie Rouse, John Sandusky, Clarence Selmurr, Mary Seely,
Eunice Solm, Beulah Smith, Hazel Smith.
1919-Virginia Clary, Thelma Condon, Eva Drewelow, Mildred Elkeman fHillj, Marian
Elkeman, Fern Finch, Rosa Hansen, VValter Heidecker, Laura Heiselman, Charles Husting,
Nick Hentges, Mabel Hutchinson, Francis Kennedy, VValter Kennedy, Cleo McGinn. Craig
Malcolm, Ruby Miller, Lucile Momberg, Clara Robinson, Margaret Rochford, Teresa Roch-
ford, Crystal Simpson, Harry Shaffer, Celia Strike, Clement Sullivan.
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If perehanee it doth appear,
'l'o personal truths we eome too near,
Forget the one ahout yourself
And lau fh at one on someone else.
Yirgil l,eaeh: "'l'hat's a lovely eomplexion you have."
llazel ltoartv: "I walk ei rht miles for mx' eom wlexion every mornin ."
H . . L . U l .
I lrgll: "1 heard the drug' store had moved.
"Grim": "Did you see that pretty girl that passed and did you see how she smiled at me?"
"Bantv": "That's nothin f. The first time I saw Vdu I lan rhed out loud."
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Teaehee, Teaelnee, all day teaehee,
All nightie markie papee,
No one kissee, no one hugee,
Poor old maidee, no one lovee.
Hunt: "Did you see those motors skid?"
.Io Delsin r: "How dare von eall me that l"
Prof. vi rorouslv shakin test tulle of aeid : "VVhat would I have if I ke mt this u 1 until
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"Goat": "SL Vitus Daneef'
Said Harold Merrill to Marian Bliss: "I'm like a ship at sea. Exams are near and I
most fear that floundered I will he." "0hl no," she replied. "the shore I'll he: Canft rest your
journey o'er." Then silenee fell and all was well, for the ship then hugged the shore.
A freshman woke up in the pink of perfeetion. Towards evening: he was in a In-own study
and was feeling hlue lueeause he was so green.
llevier fin musiej: "Oh, dear!"
Bruno liralmon: "Present"
"Bah" Clarv: "I saw 'ou kiss sister last ni fht."
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. ae : in you? eres a ruar er or vm u.'
"lSah": "And then l saw you kiss the hired girl."
"Mae": "Great Seott! Herestive dollars."
Sam led with a heart,
Marian for a diamond playedg
Her father eame in with a eluh.,
And Ilieher used a spade.
Clarenee ltansom went up to Ileltoy Deeker and said: "Say, can you tell a fellow how
to teaeh a girl to swim."
"0h!" suid "Deck," "You goes up to her gentle like, takes her hand, leads her down to the
water, put yer arm around her waist-"
"Oh, g'wau 1" interrupted Clarenee. "What's the matter wid yer? She's my sister, Cleo."
"Oh, shove her in."
IVhen mother is down stairs in the parlor,
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Miss Kasisehke Cin Physieal Geographyj: "Alex, is the world round or flat?"
Alex: "It ain't needer vun, teacher."
Miss Kasisehke: "But what is it then, Alex?"
Alex fin eouvietionj: "Yell, mine fadder he says it vos crooked."
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Miss Whirry: "When I was your age I eould reeite the names of the presidents backward
"Dinky": "Yes, but when you were my age there were not so many presidents."
I left my theme at home. Shall we write on both sides of the paper?
Do we take all the next ehapter? Shall we use ink?
What is the lesson for to-morrow? I want to pay my honest debts. fC'edar Falls.j
0, the meanness of a Junior when he's mean,
O, the leanness of a Senior when he's lean,
But the lieanness of the leanest and the meanest of the meanest
Is not in it with the Freshman when he's green.
Cleo: "XVhat made the tower of Pisa lean?"
Naomi: "I don't know. If I did I would try it."
work done in Physies lab. varies inversely with
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Fl DR SA I .IC
It's easy enough to smile,
VVhen spring eomes in with a rushg
But the man worth while
Is the man who can smile
VVhen he slips and sits in the slush.
don't we sing some new songs in musie?
is "Biddy" lonesome?
ean't "Brutus" stay awake in elass?
the square of the noise. QSo Prof.
., . ,"Ituss" Zimmerman
.,,,,...., Naomi Bliss
does Vera Kerr wear a dog eollar around her neek?
XVhy don't "Dinky" get a steady girl?
IVhy does "Mike" visit Prof's oftiee so often?
WHAT VNBUID HELEN, IF-
B. B. Ford winked at some girl? "Cut" Coutant kept his mouth shut for an
"Goat" went stepping with "0ly?" hour?
Alvin Boeteher forgot to study? Ebert let everybody talk at onee?
Dorothy Rose tlunked? No teaehers were in assembly during exams?
"Fat" Phelps fas he entered the tailor shop with a large paekage under his
you press my suit?"
Tailor fas he looked over, first the gentleman and then the bundlej: "No
CAN YOU IMAGINE
, sir, we don't
Bevier ever broke a date? Grooms ever weighed two hundred pounds?
Ebert ever read a dime novel? I.iehty ever stayed home?
Vot is der greenest ting on eart? Vot is der High Sehool's greatest ills?
Vot tinks he iss sure some flirt? Vot gifts der morbid Senior ehills?
Vot ehews der gum und der dirt? In faet vot iss der greatest pills?
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FIRST NATIGNAL BANK
Capital and Surplus, 590,000.00
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after May 14
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l'llm-4-t1'if-all Supplies and A 1 mliullvvs, XViIl:11'rl STw1'z1ggm- Batten'-
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MITCHELL AND VELIE CARS
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Grant M. liigclow ,,,. ., ,,,, Vice l'ra-sirlcnt
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Miss liusisclikc fin botanyl: "Grant, what thru' things attract insects to :1
Grant R.: "Odor, scent, :mtl smell."
Notice. l lluvc :1 H110 l11111cl1 of books for szxlc-"Brutus" Klatt.
"How to Kill :1 VVatcr Snake."
'EX Night in tlic llmlc-rworld."
"l.it'c of thc jztnics lirotln-rs."
I-IO'CkSPCi6I'qS M11SiC House
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New lIa111pto11, Iowa
School Books and School Supplies
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with the Stlld0l1fS
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
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HARDWARE, TOOLS AND CUTLERY
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and sholf goods.
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WE AIM TO SATISFY
CALL AND TRY US OUT
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'llliv Young' iNl0n'S Sturm-
Tf if'S new and nifty yuu'll find it livrv
HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX AND FASHION
Spzilfliligk Bzislivt and
Foot Ball Eqilipilivlit
Lcc lluut: "Arc you foucl of animals?"
zlzul ll.: "Very,"
lluut: "How would you like 11 ui '- pct monkey?"
llzizclz "Oli, this is so sutlclcuf'
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lit-ckcr' "l'm iu favor of it "
YOU MEN WHO WANT STYLE I
XYill tiucl it iu suits that :irc muldccl tu your inches. We flu tlic making
:mil zulcl our wwu expert scrvicc in the matter uf uiczisurc-
ments :uid fulmrics. You will zipprccizitc clutlics
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JACK WACHTEL, the Tailor
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New lIz1111pt1111, Iowa TOIOIVIIIUIIU 66
Second National Bank
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BE 55 95
Capital and Surplus, S120,000.00
506 Interest paid on Time Deposits
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following pans may be caused
by nerves mipmged at the spina
by a subluxaled vertehraf
Is an Exaet Seienee
The C'hirop1'actoi'adjusts the
canse of disease and nature
Gets You Well
VVrite for literature or call at
the office and have fhiropractic
IVe are graduates of the Pal'
mer School of Chirolmrzzctic of
F. ! KIDNEYS XYe DO NOT use electricity,
5 SMALL BOWEL drugs, massage or adjunets of
kind. just pure, straight chiro-
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49 Ti-uct-is st Lacs Dlouhy 85 Dlouhy
SPINE OF MAN l'l1i1'np1'aetm'S
M PHONES ROOMS New Hampton, Iowa
Olnce . . .VVhite 77 214-215-210 Com-
Residence . . Illne 77 mercial Building
Paul H. Rist Co.
New IIHIIIPJLUII, Iowa
The home of outer apparel for the IVICLI. dressed XYUIIIZIII
S IL KS COATS
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New Hampton Implement Co.
Authorized Ford Sales and Service
Pliono 37 New lliillllllltbll. lowa
"lit-cllmug": ul think l'n1 quite Il ninsic .
"Pickle": "Yon ought to hc with Booth
"15ccllJng": "llc's cloud!"
"Picl4lc": "I know it."
Mr. Leach: "XVcrc you out :iftcr ten lust night?"
"Dinky": "No, futher, only one."
HFl'll'11ll of the Motorist"
The North Iowa Tire Service
NOXVllZll1llllUI1.TUNVZI : : 1 : : : : DanIXlcIntyrc,Mg'r.
The finest ccnimmecl XilllCZll1lZil1U'. RCl1l'CllCliIl4" :intl exclusive Tire
Repair plant in luwa
Expert Tire Builders-Prompt Service
lCx1'l1isivv distrihntws "FIRlCS'l'ONlC" and "MASON
Oflivizll "flO0llYlCAH" Svrvir-0 Station
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J. S. WILKINS
THE REXALL S T ORE
NENV IIA MPTON, IONVA
Ka-vu liuftm' Tools and f,'l1tll'l'j'
1101'2lIlS0 Hwy 2ll'l' H10 BICST
guards you mm buy. 'l'lw.v 4-mnv
fhv llvawst tu b0lllQ,' RIGIVI
Carmen 81 Forkenbrock
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Paul E. Gardner, M. D.
206-207 L'ouu11c1'cial Illock
New llampton, Iowa
SHAFFER 86 REHORST
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NEXV HAMPTON, IOXVA.
Dr. Paul Gardner, M. D.
New Hziuiptmi, luwa
A. F. KEMMAN
Rcgistcrccl Civil liugiucei' and
NEXV IIAMPTON, TOXVA.
M.. E., Geiger
204, 205, 200 COl'l1l1l6l'L'lZl.l llluck
NFXV Il.-XlXTl'TON. TOXYA
Hughes an David
BUS TRANSFER FUEL
NEW HAMPTON, IOWA
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FRESH AND SALT MEATS
NEXV IIA M PTON, IOWA
H. P. Nehl
Nvw Hampton, Tuwzl
SELLS IOWA AND DAKOTA FARM LANDS
XVl'itv for now privo list
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For the ulcl and thc new aCq1uli11tm1ces of high sclnml dz1ys--YOL'R
VIIOTCHER.-XVII-tllat permanent reminder nf Ycml'
lfxccllcnt wu1'kn1z1nship and cm'1'cCt mount' Hake yum
Cfhe Maurer Studio
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Northern Lumber Company
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL
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We :nuke it a Sl'liL'l.'XL'l'Y to please everybody, no matter how small
or large your wants are in our line of Building Material
and Coal. XYe will sell you the NEST
E. NV. Kellershon, Resident Manager
New llzunpton, Iowa
Laugh and the world laughs with you,
Laugh and you laugh alone:
First, when the joke is the te:1el1er's joke,
Seeond, when the joke's your own.
Miss XVhirry: "1 saw 21 goblet to-day inzule of bone."
Karl: "Psh:1w! I saw ll tumbler made of bone."
Miss lYl1irry: "VVl1erc?"
Karl: "At the circus."
Iltllllil Mzule 0illllll0S Fzllic-V lee Vrezun, Fullev Lum-lies and
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enjoy 1'0l1'l'SlllIlg' Soft Drinks at
Cflhv Swim 651111
NIEXV llAlXll"l'ON, IOXV,-X
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The Sanitary Bakery
Frank Eggenhofer, Prop.
lVe spare lliltlllllg' to make our goods the host
Try HOUR BEST" Bread
Freshie: "VVise men hesitate: fools are certain."
Junior: "Are you Certain?"
Freshie: A'Snre I am."
Virgil Leach: "VVhen are yon going to start practicing on the Annual?"
Small Freshman: "Say, when do yon sell reserved seats for the .'Xnnnali"
Miss Iievier: "How high can yon sing, Clarence?"
llangh: "l can sing np to C, hut it sounds like L."
' of what your tastes may he, we can meet your every desire in in anto-
mohile. for onr ears comprise the most complete
line ever assembled here
NYe have these makes on display:
HUUSON, ESSEX, NASH, OAKLAND and
Also the famous Nash Trucks and
Moline Farm Tractors
We shall he glad to demonstrate any of these line ears to yon at
L. G. Rosauer Auto Co.
Tiernan llnilding' NICXY ll.Xlll"l'UN. IUXYA
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N ew Hampton Gazette
Walter N. 0I'ZlWf0l'tI, Publishvi-
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Official Newspaper Chickasaw County
FIRST CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
N EW IIA M PTON, IGWA
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OUR AIM IS TO GIVE you
thv llflllUSt in quality mm'-
Shox-s that 111-1-cl no "lr1'vak-
ing in," that lmvv thc- right
lf-zlthvl' and slmpv and tho
Children, price at ,,A.. AA AA A, ..,,w., Y.Vw,.,w.,,,,, . 75 to S 5,00
Lacliesf price at ,., . ...,,..... S4 .00 tu 14,50
Young' Men, price ut ,,,,,,A,A,,4,A,..,A,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, 3,00 to 14,00
McAloon 81 Martinek
NEVV HAMPTON, IOVVA
I MAX WELL
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CRAWFORD AUTO CO.
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I Bigelow, Donovan 81 Hettler
New llillllllltlll, Iowa
We carry a large stock of the BEST grades of LUMBER,
CEMENT, LIME, BRICK, DOORS, WINDOWS
and MOULDINGS and all kinds of
NVQ also llilllllli' flu' lSl+lS'l' gJQl'2llll'S of
HARD :mcl SOFT l'0AlJ
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