New London High School - Classmate Yearbook (New London, WI)

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Boolcs of this Boolc Admll1lQtf2itl0ll Classes Actn ltlQS Nluslc D1 amatlc Xthletlc Thl lft I 01 ensle lournallstxc Mlscellaneous lump ns of the llxg, Senlol Honor Roll 'so lal -xCtlXlfl9S Tlophxes and Awards Es ents as Th s Passed Index to xdXLltlN rs e 4 . 1 fixl 6 5 4 K 7 FOl'2WOl'd T IS due to the patient record lngs oi former historians that one IS .able to studs the lnes .md the customs of earh Xmeru ms Bee luse of these records uhuh hue en xhled us to XlSlldllZP the ple nsures .ind the llfe of the Ru nlutmnqrx Period th stiff has rompxled thls Classmate H1 rem there IS depleted the f'0IlllllllltW of our school llfe lts f u ultw and the extra dC'flXltlf'S is :south d with its curruulum ths stud: nt hodx de rncs from this work un pls isurs ol thought un knoulhl e oi smhool hlstorx un puturc th nt m n he locked uw is tor tra xsurs I memorx or ll ln nn n s nook I n 1 4 1 into their re ll nlsunus than this hook hrs u uvmpllshed Its purpose . . . . . . . v A . ', . . . 1" . H ex' . 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" ' :aq- -' .lf L- L ' x.'n' " . . 2 iq, , ,, 2 ' AE' Ll x ' ." 1 ' ual' this I ' em he nd' to P-eel pleas-azmtly ' " 'n'- 0 tl 2 N QM Dedication SER smce xts hlrth Xmerna has heen deeph Interested lll education lt played an Import ant part ln the Leu England KOIOIIIPS and lt remams the key note of our modern era Due to the preemmence oi edu cation m our present dax llfe mam haxe dedicated their Ines to the adxancement of knowledge Thelr ceaseless efforts hase gnen numbers of students the ahllltx to fam: life with m clearer under standing Ytlth rn mcentne to make a, success of llfe Reallzlng hon hard and how faithfully these men and women hate worked the 1932 Class mate IS dedicated to one of the group who for the last thxrtw wears fourteen of whuh hue been ln hen London has labored lone and dlllgentlw to rnplant ln the mmds of her students the benefits and the need of a. good education It IS for seruce that the 1939 Classmate lS respectfullw dedx cated to Mxss Gertrude Morgan v J x I Gfti s New 3' ' LONDON HIGH scnoox. W.- MIbS GERTRUDE H MORGAN 3 up 9 'V Z, w X 1 If w 1' x, ,n v w I n E, , ,,,,,,, , ' 4 E V . A . A . H . . . .- . V2 . ' ' . ' . . ' . , , 4 ., ' l ' - .. ' ' .1 - ' ' , K , . . . - ' .- 1 ' ' - A , Y. . v ' . . , 2 ' ' . , . 2 . 1 ' . . . - ' - . - . Y u - , . , 19 '. ' . K. L., Y . I . ' Y . . . . v - rs ' 1 -1 sa n - . . '- . ' . lx A SAYEP C Q ' NEW l " LONDON l - HIGH scuool. ,ff ,ilu ,mPlIIl11fI3l1I And th spirit hall 1ClLl1l1 to God who gave it. CHRISTIAN DAVID HEMMX Board of Educatlon RAYMOND SOHRWEIDL LOLIS ZITSKE Class of 1933 Class of 1934 4 1 X "1 5 ' ' 'Q , 1lXx X X EN Ll 9 Q 0 "Then shall the dust rcturn to the earth as it wasg 9 . S ' ' f " 1 Y 5 KX f-' Us LOT lDOIl 0 HI H 5 WOOL ff ff ff' J fo Gfvdahr 'Vg-fc 'L V A f' Lf x xx ,,,- I 2'-fX1f' ,Z 'fffx-4 Ah1111111L1t1 dtlull l S J U N 11e tu 1 e glel em to LOHNLL1 1 e 5 'F' , ' 'IX ' f 1, L ,.., Q V 1 N X 1 Y. 5 . N N f A 1 6 7 , 4 gg' wif, N , NEW ' 1 X J 1 "'.fjf3' ff 1- 1 N J vi - . 1-71, "Qi . 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' jf 11.11 -5 1 Xa J 1 1: fe 1x 1 1 1 f 1 1. ff 1 , - ,i5'iq'g,+g. gt 137,53 ' .1 A ,fgff - T 9 9 0 an gp Q I " 'Twzs hi: 211111 iti 11, 51411111-1'1111,' 211111 g1'ca1t, Al" l'f's 'at 1 ' E C JOST H R STERN J F CROAK Board Of School Commlssloners HE beglnnmg of educatlon 1n New London vsas ln a llttle log school house the educatlon IH whlch was under the superv1s1on of a Board of Educatlon From thls there evolved a wooden frame bu1ld1ng de slgned to shelter hlgh school stu dents Th1s bu1ld1ng was destroyed by fire a new one belng deslgned to take 1tS place That bulldmg once new has sheltered hlgh school stu dents for approxlmately thlrty years and IS 1n use at the present tlme The Board of Educatlon School Commlssxoners IS composed of Pfelfer J F Croak H Stern E C Jost Dr J W Monsted and A O Zerrenner Thls board together wlth R J McMahon supermtendent of the publlc schools of the cltp, and cl number of lnterested and vsorthy cltlzens realxzlng that our present school has outgrown 1tS efticlency has further xmproved our communlty by presentmg and actmg upon plans for a neva school As a result of the1r I I 9 S . . ' 9 v - " Y ' or the following membersg Mrs. F. J. - , . . , . , . . . , . . . , . . ' v . . , . . 7, l . . . . L 7 ' ' v r 6 J M , Jffxfy ,f BoandOf ,lsclwo Commlsslonersdlf pgurdld work New London Hlgh School students 1n the fall of 1934. b prlvlleged to enter a new S 50 O00 hlgh school bulldmg e bulldlng IS an asset to any commun We may well b proud of our school board for they have gn en us educatlonal fac1l1t1es that cannot be bettered It IS Wlth regret that we record the fact that the board through death has lost a valuable member the late Dr C D Hemmy Hemmy had long been a respected member of the board and was an ardent advocate of the new school The communlty has lo t an honored resldent and the school a valuable fr1end Although we are slncerely sorry that he could not have 11x ed to see the open1ng of the new school we do know that hlS line work and servlce wxll not be forgotten wav :sew 0 C0 Z J 7 . I 1 . Jtp! , y 6V ,,' A Y, V. I 1 gy! ' Mft up bf, 1' v J ,If t 4' I I Q, 77' ' af 7 Qtl Liza! fl? J ff Q ,J' y t ,, l J , J! J 'U f D ' ' if jf ff,7t 't ig ,, ' ' J I V ' 'I 0 0 I V K - M ' af LV I' ., 2 . .V 3 . . j Z" ,. ' f . - . Th ity. , . . . . Dri Q f Z mg 6 5 NEW 1 'LONDON Y HIGH scnoox. In xam we bulld the world Unless the bulldel also grovss 8 K Q, sl QP K 5 ' rag xl rv , 7' . . ' . v-gl Q! i U r J 1 . 4 i 3 ' Y -i I I . Q5 JN L, Q e NE x XLON ON 6 HIGH 5.1-tool. ,ff ' -1 f, J X N nbei W " D 7 A Message- T 15 to you my twenty first gr'1du'1t1ng class that I together vuth your parents the faculty and your numerous frxends tend the vush that vlctorv may crown your exery effort I hope that you vulll surpass belleve that 1f your goal has been carefully chosen and you put forth the determmatmn whlch you have manlfested from tlme t tlme your pathways through llfe vull ment wlth success You number the largest class ever to go forth fro h1gh school Mav your lndlvndual at ts be the greatest tendent 0 c oo s 0 , v ' ' , exl all-Q who may dare to compete with you. I v ' A ' ' O f Z xlXq NEW , A LoNDoN 0 Engllsh and Speech North Central College Illmols Graduate Work U of W F S DAYTON B D Blology and Chemxstry Nashotah Theological Semmar, Graduate Work U of W State Teachers College Oshkosh HIS .SCHOOL 10 Vlce Prlnclpal Manual Arts State Teachers College Oshkosh Graduate Work U of W A M ENGEIN B A Prmclpal of Junior Hlgh Language St Olaf College Mmnesota Graduate Work U of W fy " 4 ,, F f O x , U X . 1 K S I ' . X. Q 4 ,J X f , K JW Y H. H. BROCKHAUS, B. A. 1 A. F. CHRIST X sf? Z' ,vf X :NX K N w 1 LONDON 0 HIGH scnool. ,f. Q ANNE S HALSOR B A Engllsh Unlverslty of WISCOHSIH Graduate Work U of Mmn IONE E HALVERSON B A Engllsh and Journahsm State Teachers College Plattev lle Unlverslty of Wlsconsm Graduate Work U of W 11 M A Hlstory State Teachers College Plattevllle Umverslty of Wlsconsm Graduate Work U of W GERTRUDE M HOFFMANN BS Home Econormcs Lew1s Instltute Chlcago Graduate Work U of W I ,-X "'1 'J XX4 X 4 roi E X N E . 5 , 7' u xl 5' Cm-,4L 2 r - ' y - - ALINIA N. HALVERSON, B. A., l 1 -. . f- ,Lf 4 .is ,P N 1 ,J K X ' 'Wfgx x X 5 4 EW . K 5 7 3 N W ' ONDON 0, f HIGH scuool. .ff- , ,- l OSCAR J HOH B M ALICE E HOWARD B A Muslc Latln and Llbrary Lawrence College Appleton RIPOH College Rrpon Graduate Work U of VV Graduate Work U of W 36 LFLFLIA C ICN XPQII-IN ARLIF H KOTFN B A Qecretqrx QULIII Sclenu The Gregg School Chncago Ixorth Central Collmgm Illmoxs Graduate Work U of W 12 . , . . . , . . 3 . . l , , A Q v 'N . , . V, ,.. v - 1 J 4 4. A! I 14 I ' 44: 1 ' 1'- 'n' u L ' L V l K L I . , . . 1 L V , .J I f 'R , ax S K N 1 LONDON 0 men scuoox. ,,. LORETTA E RICE P 'N ELIZABETH B C B kk d G 1 Columbxa Hosp1ta1Tra1nmg 1 llool OO eegginirgs enera Mllwaukee WISCCJUHIH State Teachers College Whltewater D N STACH Ph B RITAM TAGGART Athletics Commerce Geometry and General SCILFILL State Teachers College Carroll College Waukesha Whlfevlatel' Graduate Work L of VS Graduate Work Whltevsater 13 1, ., V ,P X . I X 5 4 I I rvx Q X K' EW ,I . J ,Ar City and S'chool lkluree A . ' 1 N l ' A QAQP , axe NE 1' LONDON V HIGH swoon. W.- ' 7 ?-5, Q B ' w W A A VORBA B A EDITH HELLAND Ph B Algebra and Physics Geography Hlstory and Engllsh Umverslty of Iowa State Teachers College Oshkosh Graduate Work U Of IOWH Umverslty of Wxsconsxn Columbla Umverslty New York 14 . . , . . v , . . , , , , 1 I . - Q - ,,:7.1:k -lg 'U'f',M' am- ' .JMB ,AW y 15 4 --u1.-k' K Q We ,iff 6 4 N HIV 5 HvlE7?..NDON 6 X Jf l uf 03,1 Q W D Ljgofmsfif UA, Q6 me J MJ fx aagxf' QS- QQ. QOIQ QR x.f'-Li JM! Q:lLI"1"'lPq ublem to tlx 111111 t llxe cle 15 xy ti t 2' X x N 5 5 ' fag, Q N X EW I' ' . .' A fx A V - V ,W X, ff" "' S X ,f p -X N "X X X xx ,, Y X71-M K iffy ' , ' 0 ' if x X ,QE fc: 'W X5 J K, " w A ' Vx ,j X, J f fd! XX ff-xfw I 1 n I g " .J X ' I' It K., Fimiiriygww V C 4-5 x ' P' 4 Q 3 ff X Q2 L W I XY' Y 1 ff J ' L -5, is N f 7 A! Y X 43 ZX A L ig!! -1-Xryffi f 4 K - z ,V 1 54 k, ' K ly , K' ig , ' ,X if r Y 1 Y, . ,Yi I I VY 'k i ,, 'nj X 'Y 1 X ,, hx !-,P '-,V 5 K 5 , , - : 5 E "A Il f ws fur, A I2 1 0 ' ' and 1' 1 i'u1'." f if , 1lX" l NEW W LONDON r msa scnoor. - CLASS OFFICERS Presldent James Cochrane Vlce Presldent Donald Farrell Secretary Alvm Brault Treasurer Kenneth Anderson The Class of 1932 TTER three years of mllltary tacucs on the battle neld the Fourth Battahon enhsted for thelr last year of tra1n1ng and prepared themselves for the battle held of llfe They feel now that they can look back wxth prlde upon their past campaigns and dnves They have put men on the grxdlron they have sent out members on the debate squad and the basket ball squad as well as mto the muslc department This year however they have put up thelr last hard struggle for thelr Alma Mater Thexr brxgade conslsts of elghty elght soldxers three of whom Cochrane Lbert and Popkey Jomed the ranks th1s year Commander 1n Chxef H H Brock naus commanded the troop whmch was led by thelr general James Cochrane who was assxsted by Donald Farrell as Flrst Lxeutenant and Sergeants Kenneth Ander sen and Alvln Brault The brlgade was led ln prevlous years by such men as ueneral Watson Reuter who has left them wxth an honorary dxscharge to Joln the Jetlerson troop General Leonard Dernbach and General Wesley Calef On their grldlron campalgn they were represented by such gallant heroes as Uernbach who has fought bravely for four years Farrell Noack El: rt Fmger Brown Garot and Felsner One of thelr successful carnpalgns was the Intra Brlgade Basket Ball Tourna ment Thelr soldlers managed to take th xr enemles the Flrst Second and Thlrd Brlgades mto camp and came out wlth the laurels They could not take defeat wlth men fought for thelr Alma Mater as well as for thelr brlgade durmg the basket ball orxve But they find still another vlctory on thexr llst The d bate souad whlch with one exceptxon was made up of Fourth Brlgade prlvatcs conquered the Northeastern wlsconsm Conference and recelved medals for then' bravery Such men as Zxemer Uemmmg Sohrwelde Roepke Palmer and Calef should be mentmned here for thelr herolsm ln that vlctory In addltxon to thus the brigade has many soldlers who have faced Judges on all types of pubhc speakmg platforms Those members of thelr troop who carrled the colors should not 1: forgotten lhe r brlgade was the first to send volunteers Next come those brave soldiers who helped wln many a vlctory for thelr Alma Mater on the grldlron and basket ball floor the band and the orchestra battal lons The brlgade sent out one of the largest numb rs of volunteers at Admiral Hohs call to arms One of thexr members Wesley Calef cheered the entlre com pany by accompanymg them during smgmg perlods Some of thelr successful attempts at ralsmg arms for the M M N were made oy puttmg on a box soclal and conductmg several carmvals One of thelr members Ruby Zxemer was succesful xn the Art Campalgn and upon drawmg for the annual was elected to that staff The brngade has marched on They have learned to tight through defeats fallures and vlctorles They have fought bravely and see them selves nearmg the end of a great battle They take wmth them their password They bxd good bye to thelr old barracks and go forth to conquer a great foe 16 4 . . . - V . . Y y . . . I ' V I I , I y . . . ' . . I . - ' I Y such soldiers as Brown, Farrell, Dernbach, and Ebert to battle for them. These r I . , , 3 - , . , wx '5 Q NEW L 4 LONDON 0 msn sonoon. ,,. Lucllle Abel Lou She wlll always remaxn true blu t one Glee Club 1 Lohta Abraham Amc To me men are what they axe They wear no masks with mc School Play 3 Prom 3 Kenneth Andersen Kenney Though hes fond of small gurls u can bet He dearly loves his clarmet Int-erclass Meet 1 2 3 Baseball 3 Cla s Treas 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 Robert Avery Bob He s a marvel at bangln the 1vo11c C0l0r Guard 4 Bernice Baumgarten Barney When you look at her gay and happy smlle You ll know that Smlllng rs r1g,ht m st ,fle Glee Club 1 Uke Club 2 Prom 3 Victor Beckman Vxc Just one look and vou can s, The mxschl-ef ID hls c,,c Dorothy Bender Sl-.cex She may be quiet but everyon loves her Glee Club 4 Annual 4 Vxlas Bender Mose The proper knnd of mankmd IS man Football 'J 4 Interclass Meet 1 2 Base bal 3 17 , x 4 , I 1 S ,P X 1' . 'fn J K X 6 R 4 1 beg ' If L, E . ,, ., " ' ' ' ' 'J 0 - .. - - ., .. . . 4 . ., 3 . ll I ' , v1.0 V V , I C S - 2 V , , Z . . 3, 43 Pep Band 43 Concert Orchestra 4. .,. 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A v. 1 , Z ' - l . f Z QQ? 13 , nlX NEW A 'LONDON me sol-loot ,W Kenneth Bleck Kenny He s a man after h1s own heart But he d rather have a g1rl after It Basket Ball 1 3 Interclass Meet 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Pron 3 Color Guard 4 Alvzn Brault Is sharp of eye wlth rmnd as keen Hell beat Socrates some day we ween Cl ss Sec y 4 Annual 4 Color Guard 4 Herald Brown Stub Studylng ma f risk you guys WISE But It makes me ot xerwlse Football 3 4 Basket B111 2 3 4 Inter Cl8bS Meet 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Colon Gu rd 4 Sec y Athletlc Assoc 4 Frederxck Euelow Frltz Great muslcal talent ln hlm we see A great muslclan we expect hell be Baseball 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 4 Pep Band 3 4 M M N Staff 4 Concert Orchestra 4 Wesley Calef Poof When he plays the march on Judg ment day Hell play real fast for us Interclass Meet 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 4 4 Or1g1nalOrator1cal2 3 Class Pres 3 Class Vxce Pres 1 Vlce Pres Athletlc Assoc 4 School Play 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Con cert Orchestra 4 M M N Staff 3 Annual 3 Prom Chalrman 3 School Dance Orchestra 1 2 3 Basket Ball 1 Rachel Clegg Nmg She hasnt red ha1r freckles and such But shes Irlsh doesnt that beat the Dutch? James Cochrane Kayo Permanents last most folks slx months But Ill have mme forever Football 2 4 Interclass Meet 1 4 Track 1 4 Class Pres 4 School Play 1 M M N Staff 4 Entered from Stevens Polnt 1931 Football 3 Track 3 Jumor Play 3 Interclass Meet 3 Irvm Demmlng rv Hls txme IS always consxdered well spent Whether ln law ln love or ln argu ment Football 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Interclass Meetl 2 3 4 Track2 3 4 Golf2 4 Boxmg 1 Class Vlce Pres 3 Debate 2 4 School Play 4 Band 1 4 chestra 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Concert Orchestra4 Annual 3 4 Dance Orches tr 2 3 18 4 1 . ""'f --A rv' , V I . In V C C - 1 - - NAI.. V ' V .. .. 1 . . . a . , , . ,, . , A . A A-A V v V 2 V V 2 ' ' f , V I V V 2 Q ' ' ' ' u , . . I V V V C I , 5 - - . : V .. V, u ' - V V V V I V V 3 Debate 1, 2, 3, 4, Ex. Speakmg 1, 2, 3, 2 V I - 9 . 3 . - Z I V V V I V V V 2 V C ' ., 3 . . . 1 1 I V V I - V V Y V ., H 4 ' V 2 V I V 3 - C 2 - - 1 z : ' Q . . - ..I .. I Y I - .V V V 3 I V V V I V V 2 V I 3 - S V : 3 , 2, 3. : Or- V V V 3 V 2 2 1 : ' a , . 1 Z 3 FK 'D I fu NE 1 tomoom HIGH SCHOOL. Leonard Dernbach Dmg For some thlngs he doesnt glve a hoot But remember dates are hls favorltc fruit Football 1 2 3 4 Basket Ball 1 2 3 4 Intcrclass Meet 1 2 3 4 Track 1 3 Class Pres 2 Class Treas 1 Pres Ath letlc Assoc 4 Treas Forensmc Asso 3 Alvm Ebert Ted Appletons loss was New Londons gaxn He llkes hls gum but he craves fo fame Football 4 Basket Ball 4 Interclass Meet 4 Track 4 Color Guard 4 Enter ed from Appleton 1931 Donald Farre'l Don Its true some people can always laugh And stxll not grow fat on It Football 1 2 3 4 Basket Ball 1 Hockey 2 3 Interclass Meet 1 2 Boxmg 1 Baseball 3 Class Vlce Pres 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 Pep Band 3 Con ert Orchestra 4 Sax aphone Quartet 2 3 Prom 3 Color Guard 4 Track 2 Gerhardt Felsner Fuzzy If I move the teachers rush Graduate I must or bust Football 1 4 Track 4 Baseball 3 Class Treas 2 Color Guard 4 Lorralne Fermanlch Work I love why dont you" Howard Finger T06 There may be clouds But I m engoymg the sunshme Football 1 3 4 Hockey 2 3 Interclass Mect 4 Baseball 3 Boxlng 1 James Fitzgerald Jim The twmkle ln his eye gives him away Interclass Meet 3 4 Baseball 3 Boxmg 1 Class Se y 3 School Play 4 W'1ll1am Garot B1 wlt he speaks by mlnd he rules In football he wms ln class he fools Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 M M N Staf 3 19 - 4 '. 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Focclla Clasenapp Ce In tl1e pa lol there oft are tl lce She the pallo 1 N1 end he Clee Club 1 'J Nyxtle Gorges Myrt Ilcr thoughts re ever of duty And her Ae rt the throne of w1ll Basket B111 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Lhe Club Annual 4 Prom 3 Orvllle Gorges Grow old along wxth me The best IS yet to be Football 4 Baseball 3 Glee Club 1 Band 2 3 If ranklm Gruetzmacher The future I may face now I have proved the past Glee Club 1 Orchestra 3 4 Mlldred Guerln Mllly Shes up to date ln her opxmons But ahead of txmes ln her xdeals Prom 3 S211 11 Haskell sally While ln a t sk she IS readll, lost bhell try to complet lt vshatexcl the cost Class Secy 1 Prom 3 Leatrlee Illppler Leatle 'lhe word that can deel est reatn And cure all sadness IS cordxal speech Orchestra I Z 3 4 Annual 4 Lol111'1e Hobbs Let the vsorld be as lt may Ill take lt elther vsay Lntered from Royalton State Gxaded School 1929 20 -1 , I N ... - N. I J X - ' 1 1 X -1 XX 4 rea x my 1 , 5 - . ,, .. 1 - I " -n -Q 1 1 L A Q 1- 1. 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H . . .. .1 , . , . . 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 " A " 1 ' 1. 1 1 - , .1 4' ' 4 X sig? uv f afw 3 W New 4 I LONDON HIG .SCHOOL Leonard Hoffman Hoify Had he been present on the day of creatlon He mlght have gxven '1 few useful points Football 3 4 Basket Ball 2 3 Inter class Meet 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Dorothy Hoxer Dort Im slnglng ever of merrlment Come on and Joxn ln the chorus Basket Ball 1 2 3 Prom 3 Lloyd Hurnblet Spec Llfe IS a serlous problem glrls too Im terrlbly worrxed arent you" Base Ball 3 M M N Staff 3 Gerald Ingersoll Jerry Good thoughts are hls best frxends M M N Staff3 Elton Jeffers Jeff He needs nelther towers nor armor for defense Gee Clubl Band2 3 4 M M N Staff3 Lxla Mae Jensen Lila The innocent sleep soundly Soundly she sleeps Elleen Johnson Not very tall not very short But always a good all around sort Jay Joubert -Jay Hls tongue IS framed to muslc His hand IS armed wlth skull Hockey 2 3 Base Ball 3 Boxing 1 Band 1 2 4 Pep Band 4 21 4 1 , Z ""f N X q 'A K X 5 ' - A 4 bvk 6 s X s , V N ,ti .. . 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Z 1 3 1 1 l ' l , ,M ff xX N w 1 LONDON HIGH scnoox. ,1- Dorothy Justinger D012 My life flows on like a song And I just travel along Glee Club 2 3 Band 3 4 Entered from St Marys Milwaukee 1929 Irma Kloehn A winning way a frlendly smile Always a girl who is worth while Basket Ball 1 Glee Club 1 Annual 4 Prom 3 Velma Konrad Its love that makes the world go round Horrors' how shes humming Ill IS the weather that bnngs no gain Nor helps good hearts xn need Glee Club 2 3 Entered from Horton ville 1929 ngus Kretschmer Through sunny May through sultry June I sang her praxses to the moon M M N Staff 3 Color Guard 4 Class Secy 2 Edith Kroll There would be no crooks If I kept the books Beatrxce Krueger Bea The Wmdy Cnty s charm steals this typist of renown Glee Club 1 oyal Leach Shoo' fly everybody anybody Don t bother me Glee Club 1 Band 3 4 M M N Staff 3 f J' "1 , 5 . I I J . A9 rv' E , ' Y 7,' Etola Krenke A L 22 ? gf is 11X X 5, NEW LONDON X HIGH .SCHOOL X' Ruth Learman Qmet lass there are but few That know the tre sure hxd ln you Vivlan Llndner Her outstandmg vlrtue lS her klnd ness Glee Club 1 2 3 Amta Luedtke Nxta Makes many hearts dance Entered from Appleton 1929 Band 1 Vlvlan Mann Vlv A good fellow a good frle '1 A good worker rlght to the en Glee Club 1 2 4 Prom 3 Annual Staff Verna Mansfxeld Be off gay trlfler I ve work to Mary McLaughlm I may not be prett, I may not be falr But theres one consolatlon I do have red halr Glee Club 2 Ellzabeth Morse Betty I hke em good lookxng Mmmm yeah" I hke em all Glee Club 1 2 Prom 3 Edward Moudry Eddle So long as that WhlCh mlght have been 1snt Why worry your head about 1 M M N Staff 4 Entered from goma 1929 23 "' 1 t 6 - I Q X 'Lei x S ' ' 'X ' ' .S A , 4 f beg . B ,iff I 6 I -'ff Q - . A i. "There's something in your glance y ' I d." 4. , , , . -- .. y . ' . dog. Y 't?" . . . . Al- I ov QYP .ui S NEW 4 'LONDON 5 HIGH scnoou. Helen Mulhaney Bl0ndi0 Her crown of glory 11 s a Hollywood sneen Debate 1 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Orches ra 1 2 3 4 Concert Orchestra 4 lxom 3 Pep Band 4 Ilxzaocth Murray She wrote a charmmg llxn' and oh How sweetly all her notes were fold Entered from Oshkosh 1920 P redex lck Noack Fritz Cheer up sonny dont you fre Mxgbty good tlmes are corrnng ye class Meet 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Concert Orchestra 4 Arthur Palmer Ar He needs must have a large vocabu lary to express all of hxs xdeas Football 4 Interclass Meet 2 3 Track 2 School Play 4 Debate 2 4 Oratory 3 Ex Speakmg 3 Orxglnal Oratorxcal 3 Vice Pres Forensic Assoc 4 Annual Burt Parfitt Every man ls a volume if you know how to read hlm Interclass Meet 2 Track 2 Kenneth Penney Kenney Hes the beau of the ball when lns Star ns out Football 3 4 Interclass Meet 1 Track Z 4 Prom 3 Color Guards 4 Helene Plumb You would not know she works But her duties she never shlrks Glee Club 3 4 Entered from Dr Mar tm Luther College Minn 1930 Irl Poehlman In the traffic on the pike Down comes Poehlman on his bike Football 4 Track 4 M M N Staff 24 if I X wwf xx 'R ' :wx JW' X . I , 1-. . C t . , . : ' - ' 1 J ed." ll , , I Q . D . . A ty, Football 43 Basket Ball 1, 2, 35 Inter- .. t.. 4.' ' ' ' 3 3 . . . 3. 5 jf 4' , swf xlX NEW 4 'LONDON HIGHSCHOOL. ,,. Cllfford Popkey Amerlca' Amerlca for me Land of the brave home of the free Annual 4 Entered from Antxgo 1931 Edvu ard Rebman Fddu On thelr own merlts modest men are dumb Intuclass Meet 3 Debate 4 Entexoll from Bear Creek 1930 Dorothy Rxedl Doots Seven days to the week I see In every one some fun for me Basket Ball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Annual 4 Prom 3 ltlell Roepke I just cant make my eyes behave Debate 1 2 3 4 Oratory 3 Class Treas 2 Treas Forensic Assoc 4 Glee Club 1 2 Annual 3 4 Prom 3 When he s old yes seventy one Hell stlll play pranks on some one Hockey 2 3 Baseball 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Concert Orchestra 4 Prom .5 Color Guard 4 Dance Orchestra 3 Alvla Schafer He IS Franklln wlse A Penney non IS a Penney earn Football 3 4 Hockey 3 Baseball Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 4 Pep Land 3 4 Concert Orchestra 4 M M IN Staff 3 Prom 3 Beatrice Schmallenberg Beat As a student you shme As a. frxend you are flue Glee Club 1 4 Annual 4 Amta Schwandt lta "1he secret IS out and are we rc 1ieved" To thlnk of all the H S boys she dc ceived' 25 1 ""1 J . ' , Q 1 QQ" X l 11 ,,. y 1 ' 1 . .. , . .. 3 .. , . , 1 , ' I , . In . , , . Z , 3 -- . -Z . I - Randolph Sugar "Tubby" , 1 2 . . - I . . . 1 , 1 1 C 3 . H ' ' ' 1 u ,vw . ' nl wr x , F ed." ' 1 . 0. n v v U1 . . 3 , 3 : . . '. Q . . ' , 1 u H 1 Z - ' HN' wx , - Y! ' D - 7 2 "1 NEW G .. in , 4 LoNooN sonoon. Warren Shoemaker Shoey He answers questlons wlth argu ment M M N Staff 4 Prom 3 Gorman Smlth Smxtty Llfe IS a pleasant ll1StltUf.l0D Let us take it as it comes Track 3 Band 1 2 3 Pep Band 3 M M N 3 Prom 3 ohn Sofia Zupp In one ear and out the other Football 4 Hockey 3 Interclass Meet 3 Baseball 3 M M N Staff 4 Orchestra Vlctorla Soffa Vnckl nlght Her dress her halr remain Just rlght Wllllam Sohrwelde B1 If no one else wmll do the task Its always B111 h1s schoolmates ask Debate 2 3 4 Ex Spe klng 3 r1g1nal Oratorlcal 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Concert Orchestra 4 M M N Staff 4 Annual 4 Prom 3 Color Guard 4 Cheer Leader 1 2 3 Elroy Stern Sl ppery The fun Just gleams When Elroy beams Hockey 3 Interclass Meet 2 Baseball 3 Orchestra 3 4 Concert Orchestra 4 M M N Staff 3 School Play 1 Sadle Stlchman After travels bold She returned to our fold Glee Club 1 Verna Tank Calm and serene she vlews the world as a queen Glee Club 4 26 - 4 gt , SX 2.3 N ' f fy I fe A e A , HI J .. .. 3, 4. Y ' U ' Y "No mirror she needs from morn till . . . N .u., . . Q - 2 ' . 4: O ' ' ' . 2 , f ' ' 2 ' ' , , .4i I -'Af gtg? ' v V ' , f qxi K N 1 LONDON 6 HIGH school. ,,. Pearl Thern Perll There are thlngs I can not talk about There are dreams I would not tell Uke Club 2 Basket Ball 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Ferne Wendtland Oh' Where IS the man of m, dreams' Uke Club 2 Basket Ball 1 2 3 4 Mary Wendlandt Flddle and I oft go wandermg by Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Concert Orchestra 4 Annual 4 Earl Worby He could not frame a word unfit Or an act unworthy to be done School Play 1 Marjorie Zaug Zlg'3b00 Hers was the subtlest spell by far Debate 1 2 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Prom 3 Ahce Mae Zlemer As fa1r a mald as one may see Wlth a charmmg personalxty Debate 2 4 Secy Forenslc Assoc 4 B nd 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 Pep Band 4 Concert Orchestra 4 M N Staff 3 Annual 4 Prom 3 Ruby Zlemer She sketched the wood the vale the beach Grew loveher from her penclls shad mg Uke Club 2 Glee Club 1 2 Annual 4 Harrlet Zltske Would I could have the glfts snc has 27 4 8 f X nJ K X I N 4 reg X I I 3 .. U ' ,, C . . 2 - I . v - U ' 4, ,, Q 7 I 1 ' 'lb ' ' 7' , , , 3 , . .. . ,, . .. .. That set our hearts romancingf' , 3 , . 3 . , , - ,, . . . 5 ' ' . : a , . . : , , , 4: 3 3 . M. ' 1 I ' . .. . , , , - H ? V 2 . ' ' "Fas" U ' K f, . nbgd ., l X- 4 NEW ' Y LONDON 6 f HIGH SCHOOL. 'rv' CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Arthur Frelburger Vlce Presldent Clement Polaskl Secretary N ary Fgan Treasurer Robert Laux The Class of 1933 HEY are an honored brlgade' They boast of bemg the flrst brlgade ele ted to finish thelr tralmng ln the new hlgh school Hurrah' Hurrah' They carry lnto that building st ndards of whleh any brlgade may be proud They have a thrxft record of whxch to boast They wlll carry wlth them to thelr new home 1n the future a thrlft banner emblazoned upon whose folds appear the numerals of but one other class twice ln SUCCGSSIOD those of the Class of 1929 For two years they have borne that banner at the head of then ranks and they have good prospects of marchmg forth at the head agam thls year The Thlrd Brlgade deserves tongratulatlons for such spectacular campalgns The troop has set out for bmg vlctorxes and they certalnly obtaxned a dls tmctlve step toward the capturmg of the Spmt Cup by l-emg the only brxgade to obtaln a perfect record shot m the Porensc Dnve bes des tylng the Flrst Brlgade tor first ln the Athletxc Drlve Their troop responded to the call of Captam Stacy to the grldxron and to e basket ball floor Such men as Kersten Marks Frelburger and Rasmussen fought for thelr captam on a blg carnival for the sold1ers Lnder the dlrectlon of thelr Commander ln clnef iss Rita Taggart and two loyal sold ers Bessle Platte and June Me klegohn the Third Brlgade laxd out a graveyard IH memory of thelr dearly beloved teachers who met their fate ln a blg battle One of the blg soclal events of the year was put on by the Thud Brlgade for thexr buddles IH the Fourth who vull leaxe them soon And what an afralr lt was' Soldiers danced under the red whlte and blue and between the st rs of a colonx l rom I' Among thelr number are men of artlstlc abxht June Mexklejohn and Merle Shepard were accepted as artnsts for the annual One more honor trxbute must be paxd to this brlgadc 'Ihey have among them Delos Hobbs who has for tvso consecutive years vson the soldlers Honor Cup for excellmg in hls daily trammg Earlv IU March thexr ranks vsere saddened when softly over the lnlls came the sound of taps for thexr buddy Raxmond S0hl"WCltlC vxho lx d left lns pals to est ln hls Flanders Flelds among the crosses Attentxon company' comes the command from thelr general Arthur Frel burger and hls assistants First Lltuttnant Clement Polaskl and Sergeants Mary Egan and Robert Laux Forward' March' And on they are marchlng toward victory 28 I lx v . y L, , Q l 4 Z Q ll' J .a w I f l 1 J . . . 1 W ' . . . . . ' . C . X- X j'T r . . . , .' ' ' ' . I . . . - ' Q . . J . ' .I VY K 0 . ' . X . 5 . . . . . . I again when they werelasked 'to contribute arms for the M. M. N., they put f ' ' i , ' S '- - , ' l P ' I . - .1 . . 3 . Q U- A ' sv' 'yy' I v ' ' v 3 ' ,x ,, . y , . V .- X E We f mX HE 1 LONDON HIGHS Hool. J unlors lflrst Pow fhorne Br 1t7 Durschnpr Collur Pxlitt Tnch Iollln QllITlIlllIlg,S Knapp Ilemmmg Second Pow Bender DPTH X Qohrweulc lfr lhllrgll Baeuxdlcl Allen Nl rlii Ixnaf t ID Irurl PllCkQl'1bllCl NlCLlllglllll1 Ig'1n llvnn Slevselt St rki Gorges Hzught Graebl BL ttolph Poepke lourth Row Farm Eggelt Poepke Hlppl r Guto kl Hobbs Pisemuk en Justlngel L u Waushesotk Stemgraber I-Ilntzke Haney Juniors llrst I' xx Joubert 'llwmas Mdertz Gall Bult Nlulruy Smlth Maas Hdndschke Popke Second Row Collxer Johnson Xlanske Pohloff Hobbs Noack Impleman Vbhlt Runnels Backes Clark K Wege Th1rdRovu Loughrm Tfzladx Poehlman Parfxtt P ip Swalvxell Platte K Wegc Beckert Vknght Prahl Stem Xlartln Fourth Povx Gerndt Polaskl Ingersoll Rarrwdell Kersttn Glelcm Brown HOICT Tate Melklegohn Volz Hoag Shepard Z9 Q , , V V 'J 1 - I -f , g If , K" 'f Q J X A ll. ' I fn 5 - 4 X xx 4 A rv X 5 Q W f 0 U 7.73. I C . "3 . 'L' ,, 2 ,. H, 'z, "X, ' "J, ,.u..' ,5e'.J:,. K' ,. 2 ',C., Sllerwcmtl, Jossie. Third Rowi Jaeger, Ellefson, Sullivan, R. Sohrweifle, ': ,z ' ', . , ' c, S I . .Q . gs , " -, lk X, ' ' , ' . ' , . . 4" .mn ': , ' 4, ' ' , , . ', S ' , . ' ' . - - 'I A . , . S . - , -, ' ' e 5 ' . . A ': A v 1 fy - Q W - ac . ' ' v Y - v , . . . V, . V . v v . - . u . l , 1 ' ' ' ' - ' h , . . ff ' Q, St A3 ' X , ' Q i as iq at 52 NEW A ' P toNooN 01 ,I - HIG .SCHOOL , - CLASS OFFICERS Presxdent Ervin Smith Vice Presxdent Robert Putnam Secretary Robert Pfelfer Treasurer John Garot The Class of 1934 HE Second Brlgade boasts the largest membership of any brigade in the N L H S Company Thelr ranks were filled to a hundred and seven ID their first xear of servlce Although their ranks were reduced somewhat durmg that rear they are again well filled and at present a hundred and two are enllsted for trammg last taps have been blown for two of their companv who are at rest Thev are Louis Zltske who went West this last wmter and Ernest Nader who left them last summer After onlv two vears of trammg the brigade have accomplished gallant feats in athletxc tactics On the football field thev have llsted such heroes as Walmer and WIICOX who will be expected to prove theur abxlxtv at lighting for the old N L h S Company durmg the next two years of their training In the basket ball tournament the brlgade fought a terrific battle and came out with second place nearer to the top than any second brigade has ever tried to venture This was accomnllshed bv the1r gallants Kutowskl who has indeed proved his ability McDermott Pfelfer Smlth Frelburger and Wllcox 'Th bug'er Rodnev Platte who led the soldiers to cheer for thelr heroe th b'1tt'e field should not be forgotten In eddltxon to his eiforts 'it d1rect1ng his ovsm brxgade the entire N L H S Comnanv has depended on his rous ng call when the company engaged in competltlve military tactics on home or foreign fields Lou se Demmmg Georgnana LeBeau June Rxckabx and John Garot fought In d am tl nfl public speaking campaigns Harry Wells was the onlv lower class m n represented on the debate squad for the year The entire squad for next year will be buxlt around him Earl m the vear determmed members of the brigade began to assert the'r superior ment l abxhtles and the names of numerous prnvates from thelr brxgade appeared on the Honor Roll until ln the third review Gcorgna Schantz led the N 1. I-I S Company In the fourth review she was agam at the top tied with Delos Hobbs a 1un1or and an honor student of last year In that fourth review every place in the all companv honors was either won or shared by a member of the Sec onrl Brigade for nn addition to Georgias position Privates Jeanette Stern and Vlvlan Huntley moved into second and third positions The success of this brlgade IS due m no small part to their commanding officers Commander In chief Mlss Ann Halsor General Ervln Snuth Flrst Lelutenant Robert Putnam and to their Sergeants Robert Pfelfer and John Garot May they continue their fighting and some day conquer the world' 30 , . , v -- .. .,- - , , , , . -- .. . - . . . I I 7 Y Y ' e , , , son 'S ' . . . 1 . 3 . . . V , . -., r rcs. . , . - V. . . . Il K . 9 . . . . . . . . L. ., .. . .. . . -- I I , . N I N ' LONDON 6 HIGH 5 Hoot .,,.. ., Q ,P f N f r: 4 ex X S 4 jql K W 5 1 Sophomores Flrst Row Eggert Bradt Anderson Gerndt Foy Hutchmson Glasenapp Fuerst J Dalley M Dalley Second Rove Dalley Bratz Dessel Gallov K Fmger Kusserow Loss Eggers Monty Bentz R Fmger Garot Thlrd Row McDermott Krause Mlllard Huntley Coonev Herres K1tOWSkl Frel burger Jagodltsch Hutchmson Konrad Fourth Row Dent Krause Coller Helmbruch Karuhn Krueger DHVIGSOU H111 Gutoskl Grlffln Gorges Fgan Sophomores Wltt Ruckdashel Prahl Second Row L Smlth Sabrouskx Parntt Lyon Shepard Wells Trettm NI Smlth Thurk Demmmg Platte NIcLaugnl1n Schermng Thlrd Row Walmer Putnam Severance Peters W1lcox VVII son Meldam Morack Vhghtman Stedjee Johnson Pfelfer Fourth Rovx E Smlth Zltske Magalska Werner Burton Plumb Pet1t Stemke Schlm ke Spence Stern Schantz Weblcr 31 ' , . ' , . ' ', 'z ,,,, ' , f , , y . , V y . . , . . I . ,,,,V , ., , - , , , . , , . , , ., 2 . First Row: Rickaby, Worm, Schultz, LeBeau, Mcntzel, Schroeder. Palmer, . ' ' . ' V L ' q ' ' I ' V A . V. ' . . , . ..,. . , SCHOOL CLASS OFFICERS President Robert Krause Vicc President Verna Handschke Secretary William Stern Treasurer Kenneth Palmer The Class of 1935 COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. Miss Alma Halverson, called together her freshman troops on September 8. A hundred and five responded to the call of the Green and White. The brigade was unorganized and without military experience and com- missioned oflicers. General Robert Krause, who had already during his term enlist- ment in the grades seen several years experience as a. leader, was appointed to lead the brigade. He was assisted by First Lieutenant Verna Handschke, and Ser- geants William Stern and Kenneth Palmer. The first excitement in camp was the "mess" call. Every one came at the call of their general, and everyone had a good time. The Werner Hall rang with sounds of merriment as the group attempted to get acquainted with one another. Then the camp began to settle down to serious training. In addition to their regular training, a battalion of eight men volunteered to go out on the gridiron drive, and five reported for duty on the basket ball squad. Among these brave volunteers were: Robert Krause, Clarence Gottgetreu, Charles Worby, William Guerin, and Kenneth Palmer. Some of the troops received glee club, orchestra, band, and public speaking training. On March 18 at their invitation the Second, Third, and Fourth Brigades joined them at the Werner Hall in an all-school party. It was there during the brothers' tree throw contest that the Smith Bros., Garot Bros., and Krause Bros. gained fame as men having an abilitv to find the hoop and where the Krause Bros., representa- tives of the First Brigade, finally copped first honors. Those in the reserve unit began a Thrift Campaign which they hope to complete with at least one perfect record before the end of their four years. The three units were organized under the leadership of the Misses Alma and Ione Hal- verson and A. H. Koten and held several one hundred per cent weekly records. In December 1931 the First Brigade put on a magazine drive which was not a complete victory, but it did show their fighting ability. When the Honor Roll was called, the brigade was represented by such men as Margaret Wright, Kathryn Pol- zm, Marcella Brault, Daniel Meshnick, Opal Ziemer, Geraldine Haight, Catherine Meshke, Agnes McNichols, and Sarah Jane Calef. As the brigade breaks ranks for their summer leave, they still number ninety- seven. The eight missing ones have found the battle-field too hard and have taken the easier course with an A. W. O. L. New recruits during the year include Wayne Watkins. who had formerly been stationed at Lindbloom High School in Chicago, but was transferred here, and Kenneth Schultz, who re-enlisted after a year's leave of absence. 32 WQN W,.lMh. fa it .sf NEW LONDON HIGH 5 HOOL fp. Freshmen Flrst Row Stewart Davls Polzln I Handschke B Dexter Peters Behm Pelky Bleek Zlemer Wells Qeeond Row Dorschner Thoma Stroessen reuther Suprxse Wrlght Fonstad Vkorby Boelter Dawson Hobbs W1lk mson Belllle Suprlse Thlrd Pow Barlow W Haes Stem I-lotchklss Doucl Johnson Hoernlng MeAloon Tank Mlllard Westphal Ostermeler Cousms Longrxe Fourth Row Poehlman Gottgetreu Haxght Fermamch Nloaek bChl'Tlldt G Wxlson D XrVl1SiJH Poehlman P Vbllson Schoenhaar Ocstrelch bwalwell Freshmen F1rstRow Nlul o Nlontx Backes Kopltzfke Nleshke I-enton Brault Pol zm Frelburoer Bender Graebel Barlow second Row Loughrm Starks Dcrnbach I Krause Nlathewson Frank Herres V Handschke Stern Pace Close Burton Gorges Pratt Thlrd Row 1VICwlChOlS Glasenapp Schmldt Greenlaw Penne Clark P Krause Guerm Jensen Lathrop Nioudry Mesh mek DeYoung Cottrxll Fourth Row C Haese Fehrman Roloff Palmer Lalef Armon iamclon Hayward Kersten Hlppler Maas Gorges Schultz Z NC!! 'HHQDLGN MLN ellf 1 x...,7 9 gf . 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Vf- Jumor Hlgh School HE Junlor Hlgh School whlch has an enrollment of '1 hundred and twent,f under the d1rect on of A E Engen Nearly all of th s udents ID the depart ment came from the grades of the McK1nley or the Lmcoln chools There are however transfers from the Cathohc and Lutheran schools of tlus c1ty as 'Vyell as Irom Green Bay Northport and from the Oak Grove Cedar X cy and Elm schools Mr Engen IS asslsted by Mlss Edlth Yelland and five hlgh scrcol teachers Mxss Allce 1-'oward ln hxstory H H Brockhaus and Mlss Elizabeth Puggles ln mathe matics Mlss Ann Halsor 1n Engllsh and O J Hoh ln muslc Each grade ms orgamzed busmess meetmgs are held each lklondav rrornmg lne seventh grade whlch has an enrollment of slxty five elcctcd Ned Demmmg tor thelr presldent Marshal Otxs for thelr vxce presldent 118141 Brown for thelr treasurer and Vera Hall for thelr secretary Robert Ullerxch IS president of the fifty five elghth g aders He IS asslsted by Grace Melchlor vice presldent Dorothy Nelson secret ry and Mar1l,n Lltts tre surer These boys and glrls are preparmg themselves for act1v1t1 m hlgh school Th y orgamzed an athletlc assocxatxon and elected James Mulhanev presldent Maud Brown vlce presldent Cyrll Burton secretary and Harry Chl hestc treasu r Last fall about forty boys reported for football practlce nd played several rrehmmarmes to the regular hlgh school games Thev were under the dlrectlon of Coach D N Stacy who allotted to them regular practxce periods and gave the'n the pos txons and dutles of real football men A number of the boys gave promls ot becommg good grld materlal should they contlnue 1nto hxgh school tramlng A large group of boys also met for basket ball practlcc Thexr practlce p rlods were held every Monday under the dlrectxon of Mr Engen Thls group of boys wlth Robert Ullerlch actmg as captam played a prelxmlnary durlng one of the regular games They were opposed by a freshman team Mlss Yelland super vlsed the glrls basket ball practlce every Frlday nlght A great deal of muslc ab1l1ty was brought out by Mr Hoh who orgamzed a Junxor Glee Club of twelve members and also a Junlor Band bpurr Blanche Irvm Marxlyn Lltts Kathryn Memhardt Grace Melchlor Maud Brown Ruth Hartzhexm Aurelxa Dalley Lyle Frederlck Dorls Z1 mer Ervm Wrrght Douglas Fonsted Rudd Melklejohn Carolyn Calef Gerald K1 mbrook and Cornelius Van Laarhaven took part ln debates and 1n the sprmg oratory and declamatorv contests were held These people were coached by Mr Eugen and thelr Junxor I-Ilgh t ach rs who also acted as Judges The followlng boys took part m football and basket ball Clmton Platte Bob Andrews Gerald Klembrook Robert Rumenoff Marshall Otls Rudd Melklejohn Charles Iwader Lyle Frederlck Kenneth Nelson Douglas Fonsted John Llpke Theran Brownmg Forest Brown Rxchard Mathevsson Delbert Coller Sam Huzzar Bernard Meuiam Jack Sells Eugene Fuhrmann Chfford Krohn James Humblet Russell Homer Eob Lllerlck Donald Holer Harold Buss Douglas Smlth Burton Quant James 'vlulhanev Harold Markman LIEIVIII Rohloff Raymond Smlth Chfford Whlte Lavr fn e Dznlev Earl Kroll Robert Farrell Wllfred Cornell Ned Derrmmg Dxck Cole Harvev Bohlman Cyril Burton Clarence Frank and Harry Chlchester Flfteen gxrls reported for g1rls basket ball Thev lncluded Marv Jane Blxssett Lella Watson Peggy Spurr Evelyn Abraham Opal Tate Doroth f Nelson Blan r lrvn Grace Melchlor Amta Bates Maud Brown Eumce Konrad Margaret Buss Vera Hall Ruth Hartrhexm and Lorrame Baker Those exghth grade stud nts mtelested m dramatlcs gave several stunt plays dur ng asse'nblv perxods Durmg assembly they have llstened to such speakers as Mrs Hazel Barton Waupaca Countv Nurse Mlss Allce Frexburgcr cxt llbrarlan Reverend F S Dayton SCIENCE teacher R J McMahon superlntendent Miss Allce Howard Latin teacher and a number of students For hlgh scholastlc records the cxghth grade pomts to Forest Brovsn Lena Dodge Blanche Irvm NIKPIIXH Lxtts Dorothy lxelson Burton Quandt Peggv Snurr and Della Watson The sev nth grade boasts Kathryn Andrevss Maud Brovsn Roger Chrlstcnson lNed Demmmg Fumce Konrad Rudd Mclklcjohn NI rshall Otls Anlta Rohloff Lols Stern and Dorxs 71emer VV1th such promxsmg maternal the Nun London Hlgh Qchool has 1 brlght future , , A , f ixx "' '1 5 X I ' X - . 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' I if W :OX big I . , LONDON K men 5 Hooz. nf- K "1 Q if -X x NX ' ti i 2 f N Q 5 4 NEW g U 7 Prospective Alumni Eighth Grade I-11st Povs Pueret Spurr Qxkeedx Da1leX Watson Nlulh nu Wlelchlor Batea PlOQt7 Second Rom Buss Abraham Vkoeshnlk Ingrrfsoll "lem hardt D Fehrman Campbell Blrssett F Fuhrm 1n Thlrd Pon brown Parntt Ch1Ch69t6F Kramer Spencer I Smith V511 on Neleon D fmxth Dodge Holer Fourth Row Ifeller lJav1d5on Joubrrt L1ttG Istabzook Sells Pohloff Irvm Quant Nleldam T xlady Seventh Grade F1rStPoxx Dean Baker Neleon Tau Collar Llpke Strrn Buss Pumenoft Knapp Konrad Zlemer Second Pow Btaudoln Purell Vvrrt Bohlmfm Lawtn lfonatad .J Smlth If ank Ihmmmg Wmher A lohlur Leah 'Nadrr Andrews Chrwteneon Abraham Thud Pow Longru Nlathexxson Pudmger Kroll Fenton Vkhlte Hanu Calef Qofta Broun Otlc Hartz helm P Sm1th A Da1lex 'NI Pohlon Fourth Pow klembrook Vkrlght Cornell Stemgraber L Dfulu Hall Prrderlck Colm 'Nlarkman A Pohloff Vlerth Pulaskl Brovxnmg Platte 'jo ' W J . 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Y. v ,. , 4 'Ni K N ' HIGH SCHOOL ,pv- .,v 2 N 1 ,J X' 52 4 NEW V 'LONDON 0 7 klrst Row R srru sen Bleck Dawson McLaughl1n Hotchklss Zlemer Bllssett O J Hoh dlrector Second Row Noack Stern Soffa Stemke Meldam F rrell Yggert Hlppler Swalwell Polzln Thxrd Row Mulhaney Lvruetzmache E Demmmg Wendlandt R Sohrwelde Zlemer L Demmmg Bentz Stedjce Jossle Fourth Row Dean Sagar Haney Gottgetreu W Sohrwelde Calcf Schafer I Demmlng Roepke Anderson Buelow Hlgh School Orchestra ITE orchestra IS one of the oldest music organlzatxons of our school The rumber taklng part ln orchestra work last year was fewer than thus your Fhlrty slx members s1x of whom were graduated from the school at the close of th ear comprl ed the 1931 group ThlS year there are forty two members mstru m nt txon among whlch mcludes eleven first v ollns twelve second vlolms one flute one obo two alto horns three trombones four saxaphones two cornets three clarl n ts two drums and a plano It adds greatlv to the stabxllty of our muslc depart ment when one notes that there are representatlves from not only the Senior Hlgh In order to lce ome a member of the orchestra one must first D"ss through the b nd slnce thc orchestra IS the chmax of muslc l development The orchestra nke the band meets regularlv the exghth per1od two tlmes a week one semester and three times a week the other Much of the credlt for the fine work of the muslc organlzatlons goes to fre r mstrustor F' J Hoh whose lndlvldual ablhty IS a splendmd mspxratlon to h1 students In ddltlon to h1s work assoclated wlth the school Mr Hoh who has made a speclal stud 1 of the v1ol1n 1S lX1Vlt8d to play at many publlc functlons A Hlgh S hool Concert Orchestra was organlzed bv Mr Hoh durmg the xcar It was orgamzec' prrnarllv because lt was often dlfflcult to find seating space for so large an assemlcl ge 'vs the forty two plcce hlgh school orchestra m most places wn re they vuer c lled upon to assist m programs Its members rwountmg to appro 1mat lv fifteen at each occaslon of playlng were chos n from t' hlgh s hool orchestrfl Student representatives who played ln the Concert Orchestra varled from txme to tlrne lts membershlp has not been an e tabllshed group b f 0 each occaslon varmous students were chosen 99 l 3 'I 3 C S 1 v v ' . 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WV.- Flrst Row Thorn Wells Bleck Davtson Zlemer Thomas G Smlth B Dex ter Wxlkmson Maas Second Row Rudmger Konrad L Smlth Trettm Lvon Swalwell V Dexter Stedjee Dernbach L Demmmg Runnels De Young Clark Thlrd Row Cummlngs Colller Beckert Dean Mulroy E Demmlng G Noack Tank Flynn Frank Bender Vhghtman Allen Fourth Row Mann Schermng Hlppler Westphal McAloon Roloff M Noack Pen ney Calef Schmallenberg Stern Schantz Plumb Glrls Glee Club YNIDER the sklllful leadershlp of O J Hoh the Hlgh School Glee Club was agaln organlzed About slxty glrls responded to Mr Hohs first call At pres ent however thlS group has a membershlp of forty five who are dlvxded 1nto three se tlons flrst soprano second soprano and alto fifteen members are 1n each group The orgamzatlon meets on Tuesday and Thursday of each week practlcmg an hour atter school each time three part songs accompanled on the pxano by Betty Demmlng a member of the Junxor Class Durlng the year the glee club has shown unusual talent Thexr work has been of the hmghest quallty and thus m great demand They gave a Chrlstmas pro gram ln the Mann Assembly where they presented a group of the Chnstmas carols Hark' the Herald Angels Slng O Come All Ye Falthful Sllent lN1ght The Fxrst Noel The Invltatlon of the Bells and a noveltv number The Old Famlly Llock In connectlon wlth the program glven at the Congregational Church by the hlgh school muslc department they sang several numbers Sweet GQDEVISVQ Down ln the Valley Massa Dear O Susanna Trees and Stars Brlghtly bhlI1lI'lg The glrls also sang for the Parent Teacher Assoclatlon and at Uncle Henrys Weddmg a play glven by the Parent Teacher Assoclatlon for the beneht ot the band As IS customarv the glee club has been lnvlted to smg at the com mencement exerclses 41 l V P V V - 'I V V - V V Y I ' - V - 1 V V V V V - . ,. V V ,.,. V V - I V V V V V V - V - V V V V V - ' 9 4 ' . . . , l ' . . . . , - C ' V V V 1 ' . V The glee club has found its work very interesting this year: they have sung , . .V ' V- 4. V - n ll - v- -V V, ' ' rv LA ' ' H U ' V V ,, V '. ' . la - H V V V V V V V . . . K . . . - NL 4 G tRCV MGM LO TovYNAMENT 'TEAM POSANG PALS Nr? DON E2 lee' ,les K NE I LONDON 6 mea scuoou. THE ATTORNEY FOR THE DEFENSF The AllScho1l Plan HE play chosen for the annual all school productxon was The Attorney for tl e Defense The cast conszsted of the followmg people lieth Wxnters the accused Loulse Demmmg Dorothy Hampton Georglanl Le Beau Alhe Mary June Rlcknby x the m IC Cathern Polzm Mtltm the malted m1lk long .Merle Shepard I rcdds, Jrlm Garot 'Kruk James Ihtzgcrald I a'npto'1 p osc utmg atto nej W'eslev Calef g Ca Axthur Palmer Jlm Car' lc ttorncy for the defense Irv n Dcmmxng Jo eph Il r pton pro utn atto ney lsclzcvcd Judge Carlyle guxlty of km n Dpllln' has duugwte Irxor to th op nlng o thc pl y In order to vcngc thls fancled x rong he has tlu lpcd up a cl 'lrge that wlll rcrcc vc the Iudgt f om olce B fore attemrtmg h s xemovvl howeve hc had flrst to tlmsh a ca e upon wlnch he w s work ng that of the prosecutxon of Beth Wmter Beth IS a cused of embezzlmg S5060 He 011 f backers are Multon '1 malt .1 mllk manufacturer and he frlend Mark Then ecure the SQFVICQS of Jlmmy Carlyle who tak s the c e and loses Duflllg the t me that Jlmmv has glven h s servlc s to Beth he learns that hu office glrl Dorothy wlth who'n he IS IH 'ov IS m reahty Hamptons elder d ughter He al o learns that Beth lS the d u hter stolen from Hamrton bx Multon In the final scene Multon t urt Hampton and tells h ru the truth about the gxrl who'n he h s Just convxcted VVhen Hampton learns that he has con vlcted his own daughter he IS 'v broken man and confesses 1115 own m sdeeds agamst Judge Carl le Jim 1S selected to be the next prosecutmg attorney but Dorothy causes hlm to change hxs mlnd when 1n the l st scene of the play sh accents h1m The characters ln the play were coached by H H Brockhaus who has charge of the dramatlc work of the school and due to h1s efforts the play W s a success HERE COMES PATRICIA The Senlor Class Plav Here Com s Patrlcla bv Fugene G Hafer was selected by the class of 1932 for the 'mrual Scmor Cl ss rlav 'lhe productlon under the dlrectlon of H H Brockh us was staged at thc Grand Theater on the evemng of May 20 at 8 0 clock The sto y of the play IS as follows Patr1c1a Grayson daughter of the governo bu s an orchard from Patt Hammond who when she purchased xt three years before was under strlct orders not to plant trees on the land Ad m Wade the lrate owner of the plot 3dJ0ll'llI1g Patrlclas and who sold Pattv the land fir ds tht orchard there and blames Patrlcla for It After a great de 1 of trcuble Patrlcla finally xdertlhes herself and Adam Wade learns th at h hlred rlen to cut down h1s own orchard Fist of Fharar-fern Patrlcxa Grayson daughter of the governor Twmmv Clark a newcomer to Fern Lawn Mrs Smxth Porter the town arlstocracy Adam Wade Jxmmy s fiery boss Elsle Crowder a pretfx Xoung nelghbor Angellna Knoop another young relghcor Mlnme Knoop Angelmas cousm Bud Flanmgan Jlmmys chauffeur evidently Mrs Carroll a pleasant motherly old wldow Flburt Hastlngs member of governors staff Txm Honoer the town bad examnle has Alxce Mae Zremer Arthur Palmer Lollta Abraham Kenneth Penney Dorothv Holer Rocelxa Glasenapp Sarah Haskell Irlsh James Cochrane Betty Morse Irvm Demmmg Elro Stern 45 .1-...x 9 P X , X I 1 - 1 - , ' ,X se X W ' 5 sc 4 4 99 .. 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V y , . . . , ------------e-f f . , , . .,........ - , ae.........,eeYY...... , - ---- - v 'I Y . , .4-A-4-a-a--- - l , .......... - ., -- 1 - --A'-R-"A """"4 "' ' F 2 "zu, 1 fmxx NEW 1 LONDON msn .soaoot OFFICERS President Leonard Dernbach Vice President Wesley Calef Se retarj Harold Brown Treasurer Robert Pfeifer Athletlc Assoclatlon HE Athletic Association was organized m 1923 It was organized for the pur pose of promoting sports in our high school A membershlp fee of twenty five cents for each person in the high school is levled Since lts organization the assocl ation has appealed to the students as a very fine benefit and nearly all of the mem bers of the high school Jon:-, the association In 1926 the schools of northeastern Wisconsin got together for the promo tlon ot an interscholastic assoclatlon They dld this to secure unlformlty ln the ath letlc program in this part of the state New London became a member of the organization Origmally there were fifteen members in the group It was called The Northeastern Vldsconsln Interscholastic Association Now there are thirteen members lhey are Algoma West and East De Pere Glllett Kaukauna Kewaunee Menasha Neenah New London Oconto Oconto Falls Shawano and Sturgeon Bay These schools participate under conference rules in football basket ball and track ln the last few years the athletlc association of New London has been led by such men as Francis Werner William Dayton Marshall Ladwlg and Leonard Dernbach The oflicers th1s year were elected in September and have served for the school year of 1931 1932 Each year the classes excluding the Freshman elect new officers The election IS followed by the Athletlc Associatlon drive The class who gets the largest percentage enrolled 1n the association wms twenty points toward the School Spirit Cup which IS given each year the next receive fifteen ten and five points respectively Besides helping win points for the School Spirit Cup the membership enables one to participate in athletlcs for New London High School and also to take ad vantage of season tickets offered to members of the assoclation 44 ' 4 A st li S N , f , ...J K X Q 1 W 4 ' 5 1, 1- Xwezffl ' mx NE I LONDON 0 men sfnoou. ,. Wearers of the Gold N HF' purprse of giving awards ln any school is to recognize student participation and growth ln anx 8Cl.1Vlty of the school For some time the only recognitlon th New Londrn Hlgh 'School made of a students actlvities in various fields was in the form of school letters As the policy of the sehr ol changed enlarging its fields of aCtlV1tl9S as well as opening' them to more student the number of letter awards made each ear increased and the number of individual awards received by a single student 1ncre sed s well Believing that a more durable and slgnlneant award should be mad the school adopted an Honor Award a small gold lN Letters and the award may be earned in the music the forensic or the athletic field When the student has put In a definite amount of time ln actual competition IH when he has participated ln an interscholastic forensic activity he is enttlled to a letter award An Honor Award IS given to a student who has earned three or more letters ln any phase of athletics of forensics or mf music or who has partlcipated ln differ ent phases of athletic or of forensics or U1 music so that he has won a sum of three or more letter awards His last year of participation must have been during his senior year of h1gh school The following students have won gold N s Wearers of tht told O1v'lll9 Bender Harold Bleek Ve non burton I lleen C rl V ltd Co hr Katherine DeYoung Esther Gherke Claren e Gorges Carlton Gottgetrtu Harold Bleek Monroe Brown George Cooney Vhlliim Dayton Harold Foy Margaret Gorges Annah Johnson Clayton Kellogg Marshall Ladwlg Call Learmann Alice Naparalla Charles Pfelfer 1930 I lllrr Heinrich I cnm th Meatmg C l ur Mu r my Nltrton P fitt Gertrude Rossty Claud Sackett Norman Qennett Roger Sloan Loi Swalwell Ruth Plumb lfloyd Rabv Fred Raby Gertrude Radtke Wvman Schimke Milton Schroeder Nlerlm Sennett Charles Soffa hthel St rn Nlelxm Westphal Lorraine Wiedenbeck Irvin Zlebell Stanley Zierner 40 v. .1 4 ,Q - N S .rl A 4 NJ K X W ' , U ?. ' , v l I Y . ' . . V 4 .L . D 4 . V - . 2' lv ' I ' L ' ' ' . '. A A I . ' ' I . ' , ' , A . 1 .. , ' ' 5 Q 1 , A 4 . ' v ' L ' '-.' . L . ' .0 A e, .- Q " , Q ' '. ' ' lx' ', x .D , 1 t . athletics, when he has participated in group music organizations of the school, or r K ' ' ' ' ' bf' y 1 1 ' ' , ,' ,, 1 ' ' . ' ' ' ' - . ' S .' ' , . '- .' - 1 . ' x , E . .C I' , r I 2 4 ' r ' 1 ' l f -I' 'lx al l 2 ar' lf' 1 ' 3 fine S .52 ' , Av 1 n , e . . L X 'S . 'L ' . I lf 31 " 'z K - l l " ' 9 ' . A ' '. 11 , ""'1 S 'J Z X N f E K X NEW I 1, LONDON 0 Ms! I flxs HIGH sci-loom. ,,. First Row D N Stac coach A Frelburger Palmer Worby Gottgetreu Rasmussen Guerln Smlth D Frelburger McDermott Second Row Brown Pfelfer Wllcox Kersten Farrell Dernbach Ebert K1towsk1 Marks Ander Sen Basket Ball 1931 1932 Herald Brown Leonard Dernbach Alvin Ebert New New New New N ew New New New New N ew New New New Total London London London London Lordon London London London Loldon London London London Lumix nn Letter Men Glenn Marks Schedule C3- 11 21 fl 15 1f 9 1:1 13 .1- -J lx .,r, lu 32 46 VVeyauwegfz XVeyauweg,1 Alumni VVest DcPcL'e Clintonville Shawano East DePerc Clintonvillc Hortonvillc l-lortonvillc Mvnasha Shawano XVHIIDZICZI Opponents Donald Farrell Harold Kersten Harold Kitovuskl IG 2 -J Q.- si 11 25 Z2 17 1-1 17 11, IT Z.,., 0:5 f .ui K N I LONDON 03 HIGH sm-1oo1. ,,. The Basket Ball Season F THE letter men of the 1930 1931 squad there were left onlx Leonard Dern bach and Donald Farrell around which Coach Stacy mlght build his defenders of the 1931 1932 season But w1th a group of mexnerlenced boys he built up n aggregation who were fast floor men and good shots During the eason the Pefi 'ml Wh t played thlrteen g mes seven of which were won The season opened w1th a dual with Weyauw ega Both games resulted victorie fo the Red and White the first by an 11 14 count the second by a 16 21 lhe prellmmarles to the two games were played by the B squad such men as Robert Araus Clarence Gottgetreu Arthur and D vid Frelburger and Ervm Smlth actlng as mamstays Despite a dlsplay Ol a vastly improved offense m their second encounter with Weyauwega the schools squad went down to a 26 9 defeat at the hands of thc lumm lNew Years Day C Pfelfer Brown Rabx stars of the 1931 squad held to 1 one pomt lead ln the first half broke away from the boys IH the second The conference season for the Red and White opened with West DePere who n d all tut one of her 1931 squad back on thc floor Led by Van Slstxne and hls barrage of field goals and free throws West swamped the New London cagers 32 lm tub Brown forward made ten of lNew Londons points Twice durlng the season New London met Clxntonvllle In the first encoln er lh y for ed Coach Aces men to take a 6 17 defeat In the second despite the The Red and Whites second conference game was with Shawano on January 22 where by snarmg two baskets from past the middle of the floor in the last two minutes of play an eagle eyed Shawano guard wrested the lead from the New Lon don men and at the same tlme gave the Red and White 1tS second defeat in two conference starts In their third conference t1lt the locals met the East DePere qumtet who clos ed their season with a perfect record of nine vlctorles and no defeats The Red and White squad exhibited a good class of basket ball but the DePere boys were far superlor to them holding them 26 lo H Kersten guard played a. splendid defensive game for the Red and White holding one of the conferences leadmg for wards without a pomt Two non conference tilts with Hortonvllle closed in New Londons favor the nrst wlth a 17 25 vlctory the second with a 14 28 score On February 19 the Menasha qumtet proved an easy v1ct1m for Coach Stacys men who outscored them 29 17 in thelr fourth conference game In the prelim mary the Red and White B squad behind at the half stepped out to wm by a score of 19 13 McDermott Guerin Gottgetreu and the Frexburger brothers lead mg the scoring Handicapped by a helght advantage of four inches to the man the Red and Whlte after holding the Shawano Indxans unt1l the last few minutes of the contest went down to defeat to them when a basket and a free throw by the opponents made the score 13 10 The Shawano game played here was New Londons last conference game and non conference cage act1v1t1es for the New London 1931 1932 season closed with a victory for the school over the Waupaca five Basket ball honors in the Northeastern Conference went to East DePere and Neenah Because the basket squad of the New London High School had done such good work durlng the season they were plCk6d wlth seven other teams Kewaunee Algoma Menasha Valders Iomxra Ixxel and Omro to play elimination games to determlne whlch four of the group might compete at the Neenah tourney As a result of the ehmmatlons New London Kewaunee Menasha and Lomlra were en tered Dlsplaylng a fast breaklng offense and an lmpenetrable defense the Red and White held VVest DePere wxth whom they were palred 1n thelr first tourney tilt bv a score of 14 4 In thelr second round New London played the powerful Neenah team and were defeated by the score of 33 to 12 Neenahs conslstent v1ctor1es throughout the tourney agam entitled her to represent the d1str1ct at Madison where she won the consolatlon serles first place golng to Beloit second to Kenosha Second place honors 1n the Neenah dxstrlct went to Kaukauna 44 , ,.,, 4 ' ,P N Q j ,I X f 6 f Wi X- 5 EW f 5 U ' ' ' ' ' f ' i e ' ' a , ' ' 1' ' . " " ' ' . in 'S r ' . , - 1 ' - 1 V ' ' ,, - . 1 1 , .. i , . ' , - - 5. L' r Y I ' S , , . 3 c U ' ' - . , ' local basketeers earller victory, Clintonville turned them back 22-13. . 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 I ' V' - 1 1 - . . , . , - - 1 ' 1 . Y - , 'Q - ' I Y u ' . . . A Y , , . . - . . . , , 1 - ' ' t' ' . v. U . . . Y , l V 4' 4 1 1 1 ' ' . . 1 1 ' 1 L 1 V ' . , -...r . A V . 1 V . . . V ' ' l ' , . , 1lX Q K NE 1 LONDON 6 HIGH school. Football Squad 1931 First Row Cochrane A Palmer L Kersten Noack Dernbach Wllcox R L1-utoskl H Kersten Andersen Second Row D N Stacy coach Walmer K Palmer Poehlman Marks Laux Fmger Schafer Polaske A Frelburger rell Gorges Krause Rasmussen Burton Ebert Brown Volz Helmbruch Letter Men James Cochrane Orvllle Gorges Irvln Demmlng Chester Gutoskx Leonard Dernbach Harold Kersten Alvm Ebert Glen Marks Donald Farrell Frederlck Noack Gerhardt Felsner Arthur Palmer Howard Fmger Irl Poehlman Arthur Frexburger Russell Walmer Wlllnam Garot Raymond Wllcox Schedule New London Klrnberly New London Marlon New London Algoma New London Menasha New London West DePere New London Clmtonvllle New London Shawano New London Alumm Total f Opponents Games vson 3 lost tled 48 I -1 4 ' ,P ' N , yn 6 X Q 4 reg C: Gutoskl, Demming. Third Row: D. F1:eiburger,vSchimke, Iselsner, Far- 33 ' U 45 ' 7 0 12 2 13 6 6 6 ' ' 2 7 19 0 ' 6 9.9 65 ' 4 ' 1. 0 D Ye'-15 , IX 1 LONDON 6 HIGH scnool. ,,. The Football Season ECAUSE the lNew London Hlgh School was one of several schools ln the North eastern Inter scholastlc Conference whlch dld not choose to elect the rotat ng, s hedule ac epted thls year by some of the schools ln the conference New London could not arrange to meet some of the teams wlth whlch she generally plays Tllc s hedule whlch she was able to arrange for the season was however a tough one and for an lnexperleneed team Coach Stacys men held thelr opponents well The llrst call for practlce brought out nearly slxty boys about equally repre sentatlve of the classes There were however onlv two mfn fl'o'n the 1930 squad arotnd whlch to bulld a team They were Dernbach and Walmer Because of the lack of experlenced materlal and because the new recrults lacked avolrdurols xery successful season was not predlcted Coach Stacy undaunted began lnstantl I0 make a team that would make up for any deflclencles Because of the lack f letter men and because so many boys were on the fleld no one was sure of a perlrla nent berth on th team and competltlon was keen When one remembers that success IS not always measured ln scores but ln the effort expended to attaln that whlch one deslres ln vlctorles over Wh1Ch one may TGJOICE or ln defeats whlch brlng to hlm the reallzatlon that the other tern IS better lt seems that the 1931 New London Hlgh Schools football squad has ex perlenced a very uccessful season Followlng 'l scllmmage practlce wlth the St Marys Hlgh School the season opened wlth a non ccnference game wlth Klmberly at our own grldlron The lied and Whlte showed that they were made of flghtlng stuff and most of the Stacy boys saw actlon From thls game D N Stacy got a falrlv good Idea of who was to be who on tl e 1991 football squad The Klrrberly squad although they fought narl were no ctual threat The game ended wlth New London on the blg end OL the score 33 O M lrlon Vs New London 0 t 3 MHTIOH traveled to New London for a non conference game wlth the local cllool and went back wlth the small end of the score 45 7 The locals were becom mg rounded lnto a teflm of eleven men who worked as one They dldnt let MZTIOU come wlthln scorlng dlstance untll the subs were thrown ln Then the fleet Mar on safety man came ln for hls Just deserts to make a touchdown and an extra polnt Although the MBYIOH boys were beaten from the beglnnlng they fought llke Trojan untll the last whlstle blew The locals played stralght football there was verv llttle pa slng IH the game Algoma ls New Londoll Oct 10 On Saturday New London journeyed to Algoma to play thelr first conference game They returned home wlth the short end of a 12 0 score To open the game Algoma marched nearly the length of the field to get a touchdown After the first quarter the Red and Whlte warrlors fought thelr several pounds heavler opponents to a standstlll Three tlmes New London was wlthln ten yards of a touchdown but the locals seemed to lack the push to put the plgskln over Near the end of the game New London started a passlng attack ln a valn effort to secure polnts but Algoma lntercepted one of the passes for the second and rlnal score of the game 49 I -1 4' ,P - N I ' ' H X . 4 Q lf r 4 I1 V r ' , . . . K . l v I a ' a Kimberly vs. New London, Sept. 26 z ' 1 ' , c . as was 1 td x K NEW 3 'LONDON 0 HIGH staool. ff- Nlenasha ss New London Oct 16 Starting out in a vnhlrlvund attack Nev. London outpla ed Menasha here Friday October 16 only to finish on the short end of a 13 2 cor Menasha march ed down the field early ln the game for a touchdown and after the kick ff fumble resulted m another one for Menasha In the last half the Red and White warriors held the I enasha grldders score less while they chalked up a safety The Red and Whlte showed up well even ln defeat and the promise of a good team was forthcomlng West DePere xs hen London Oct 24 On October 24 the Red and White played the harde t game of the season West DePere was doped to win by a large score but the Stacy boys upset the dope bucket of the heavy team 6 6 The game started fast and up until the half it was a puntmg dual In the second half the Red began to click on the defense and ln the third quarter succeeded IH chalklng up a touchdown After this the DePere boys fought harder than ever and also succeeded 1n putting the pxgskln over Then began one of the hardest two mlnutes ever witnessed on the New London gridiron Fhree times the DePere aggregation struggled for the deciding point The first time the DePere boys were off side and the ball went back to the eight yard line for another try for the much needed pomt When the ball went into actlon again both sides were off side the ball was still on the eight yard l1ne The final attempt was made by the DePere Indian half back He trled a wide end run but was swept off his feet for a loss by an avalanche of New London boys DePere then kicked oft and grounded their own ball near the center of the field and the game ended with the ball in DePeres posssslon near the center of the field Umtonulle ss Lew London Oct 31 The annual encounter with our nearest rivals was staged on our home field on October 31 Clmtonvllle journeyed here to play a non conference game The game began slow and was interrupted many times by players coaches and ofiiclals Early in the game the locals scored a touchdown and later a punt was blocked tor Clmtonvllles safety The game ended with Clmtonvllle in possesslon of the ball near the center of the field The score was New London 6 Clmtonville 2 Shawano is Len London hm 11 Playing in their last inter scholastlc game many seniors went down to defeat before the powerful Shawano grldders The Shawano boys passed high wlde ari handsome over our back field to chalk up 19 polnts 1n the first half The period ot rest seemed to help the locals because 1n the second half the boys played on equal ground with the Shawano boys who vsere playing on their home field 'lhe New London boys made a march down the field to make a touchdown and extra point in the last quarter The game ended with New London ln possession of the Dall on Shawanos 40 yard line Alumni xs New London Not 14 The last years football team had been telllng all year what they vsould have done nf they had played against the present tean' On November 14 they were given a chance to act or forever hold their peace After three quarters of brains against bravun the ex stars finally vuent over for the only score of the game The lied and White had finished the season by holdlng their much heavier ex stars to the tune of 6 0 .JU 5 - -B L g X ' x ' x X X ' M N l 4 4 tea S 4 r I ll . K A l 4 . ' ' ' ' . A v ' , . ' ' V ' v' v A ' ' - 5. e. - y V ' V 0 , 3 1 . . V . 7 . - Q . , . . vs.. ' . , . . S . . ' , - 1 ' - , - , ' - - 1 - : . . I 1 . . , . , . W ' v' v . Y v , . 1 , - . v . , , s 'a v . v ' , v v. . . . - . . A s V ' bl ' Y Y ' ' N -f , . . '.'. A v ' , -Y '. , . . , . Q p . . X . - Z QQ? , taxi K N I LONDON HIGH scaoox. W. The Bankmg Season N THE year 1926 the present system of school bankmg that lnaugurated by Thr1ft Incorporated was establxshed ID our school and was soon well supported ny a large majority of the students Each year the students reallzed more and more lts value and each year more students became followers of Thr1ft untll today we have approxlmately 840 pass books m our school As It IS a custom for each graduatlng class to present some glft to the school the Class of 1927 decided to g1ve a thrnft honor anard m memory of thelr own ex cellent work ln the bankmg svstem Thxs banner IS presented to the class whlch has received the hlghest percentage ln bankmg on each Bank Day of the year After hve successlve years the banner wxll be removed from competltlon The class hav mg the hxghest percentage recelves 1000 pomts the next 9:10 pomts the next 900 pomts and the last recelves 850 pomts From these pomts the number of wlth drawals are deducted and then the class havmg the largest number of polnts wms the banner In the year 1928 the Class of 1929 won the banner and aga1n ln 1929 the same class recelved It In 1930 the banner was won by the Class of 1933 who re captured it ln 1931 As the Classmate goes to press the Class of 1933 IS 1n the Class of 1932 IS next wlth 92 9 per cent and last but not least 15 the Class of 19 wlth a percentage of 91 8 At the close of the school year m June of 1931 there was about S8 029 42 on G9pOS1t Up to the date of March 22 there was S8 269 29 on hand Each year the varlous banks ln New London act as clearmg houses for the money Thxs year the Flrst Natlonal Bank has acted as the clearmg house A A Vorba xnstructor ln sclence has had charge of the bankmg work for the last three years He checks the deposlts takes the money to the bank and does the other necessary work connected wlth the bank ng actlvxty Mr Vorba nas shown a great deal of mterest 1n the thrlft work and has done a great deal to pro mote lt xn th1s school Just Reality ' Mr Calef ln economics class What klnd of economlc goods are thc goods on a shelf 1n a store" Elleen Johnson They are consumers goods Fred Noack Thev are canned goods Models Don t Change B111 Sohrwelde ln Economlcs had a tooth PICK m hxs mouth as usual and Mr Koten asked hlm Is that the same tooth plck you had last week B11l'7 Whatf' No necktles' lNo socks Elroy Stern A valxse IS used. to carry order blanks and other valuable papers 1n 51 f ' Q T A ' I ' 7 J -X V X I, I I 159 ' S x, Q ' A 1, lead with a percentage of 99.4, the Class of 1934 follows with 94.1 per cent, and the ' ' ' . . ' . S5 lk 111 HK X if lk lk X lk lk ' . .' ' '1 ' 'E' i A T A Y Z4 I llX NEW I 'LONDON HIGH scnoox. ,f. OFFICERS Presldent Wesley Calef Vlce Presldent Ardell Roepke Secretary AIICG Mae Zlemer Treasurer Arthur Palmer The Forensic ASSOCl3tl0H N 1925 an organlzatlon was started It was planned wlth the xdea of promotlng an mterest ln forenslc actlvltxes wlthln the school and ln any forenslc contest ln whlch the school was to be represented At the tlme of its orgamzatlon the mem bershxp fee was set at twenty iive cents for each student The students showed great mterest nn the orgamzatxon at that tlme and stxll do today At the present the class havmg the most members ln the orgamzatlon IS gxven twenty pomts towards the wmnmg of the Spmt Cup The next ln lme re celves fifteen pomts the next ten and the last five Each year thls Forenslc Assoclatxon elects oflicers to take charge of the buslness matters of the assoclatlon The electlon of officers IS accordlng to the COI'lStltlltl0D scheduled to take place ln May and the officers elected hold oflice untll the followlng May Th1s year due to an unmtentlonal overslght officers of the assoclatxon were not elected 1n May but were selected on February 8 The four orhcers selected were members or the champlonshlp debate team Wesley Calef was chosen presldent Arthur Palmer vlce president Alice Mae Zlemer was elected secretary and Ardell Roepke was chosen to act as treasurer The drlve for membershxp m the Forenslc Assocxatxon accordmgly began on Monday February 15 and was brought to a close the following Frlday noon The membershlp fee for the year was reduced to ten cents because the drlve was put on so late that the debate season had already closed Membershxp ln the Forenslc Assoclatlon perrmts a student to attend any of the forenslc contests held m the audltorlum of the school wlthout any further admlsslon fee The money collected Irom the drlve each year IS used to pay the expenses mvolved ln transportlng the schools representatives to other schools and towns to compete ln the varlous phases of forenslc work The result of this years drlve was below the average of prevlous vears only one class the Junlor recexved a one hundred per cent membershxp The re sults of the drlve and the number of polnts towards the Splrlt Cup each group re celved follows Junxors 100W 20 pomts Sophomores 50q 10 pomts SCDIOFS 83 Gfk 10 pomts Freshmen 33W 5 pomts 52 .-Y., J ,A Q rv' Y 3 j fmxi K NEW 1 I LONDON 0 HIGH souoot Forenslc Contests 1932 Extemporaneous Speaking HERE were but Hve emors who slgned to enter into this phase of extra wo k They were Vtllham Sohrwelde Wesley Calef Arthur Palmer Irvm Demmmg and Edward Rebmau lour student were chosen to represent the school m that ph se of work ln state and conference contests Those placxng ln speaklng and who acted as representatives vuere Wesley Calef Wllllam Sohrwelde Ldward Rebman and Irvm Demmlng Extemporaneous Reading Fourteen gurls ansx ered to the call to take part nn extemporaneous readmg contests The Sophomore Class had the largest number of students represented lli the contest havmg ilve in the prehmmary try outs The Jumors had four the freshmen three and tle seniors two Elght partie pants entered the finals Those entering the finals were Annette Thomas Alice Zxemer Agnes McN1chols Louise Lemmmg Sarah Fl,nn Ceorglana Le Be u Marcella Barlow and Mary June Rlck aby From this group of eight students four were selected to represent the school in the state and conference contests Flrst place was awarded to Louise Demmmg second to Ahce Zlemer thlrd to Mary June Rlckaby and fourth to Georglana Le Beau Declamatory Twenty two students slgned to take part IH declamatory tryouts The four classes were well represented Members of the faculty acted as Judges and selectet A11 e Zlemer Ir1s Poehlman Beatrice Manske Sarah Haskell Louise Demmlng, Mary June Rlckaby Jeannette Knapsteln and Agnes McN1cho1s From th1s group four s udents were picked They were Beatrice Manske Agnes McN1chols Jeannet Knlpsteln and Ahce Zlemer Oratory Students wlshmg to take part ln tryouts ln oratory answered to a call issued February third for orators Eleven students entered mto this held of work The senlors had seven representatwes the Juniors one the sophomores two and the fresh men one From the group seven were selected to enter the finals They were Wesley Calef Wllham Sohrwelde Irvin Demmlng Arthur Palmer Merle Shepard Ahce Zlemer and Ardell Roepke From this group the following were plcked Flrst place went to Arthur Palmer second to Ardell Roepke third to Merle Shepard and fourth to Ahce Mae Ziemer On April 13 the students who had been chosen to represent the school in the state league forensic contest met representatives from MZFIOH Tlgerton Chnton V1119 and Shawano Two students represented New London in each of the contests In or'1L rv Arthur Palmer and Ardell Roepke were representatives IH declamatory Beatrice Manske and Jeannette Knapstein acted as representatives In extemporaneous read lng Ahce Mae Ziemer and Georglana Le Beau were entered and ln extemporaneous speaking Wesley Calef and Edward Rebman New London placed ln several of the events Al1ce Mae Zxemer was awarded first place IH extemporaneous readlng Beatrice Manske recelved second place ln declamatory and Jeannette Knapstem recexved fourth In oratory Arthur Palmer received thlrd place By wlnmng a first second thlrd and fourth place New Lon don won second place ln the meet Shawano received hrst Thlrd place went to C,l1ntonv1lle and fourth to Tlgerton The district contest was held at West De Pere First place wlnners only were entered Four schools were represented ln the Northeastern Conference prehmmary held at New London Thev were Shawano Neenah Menasha and New London Those who acted as representatives for New London were In oratory Merle Shephard and Ahce Zlemer in extemporaneous speaking William Sohrwelde and Irvm Demmmg in declamatory Agnes McN1chols and Ahce Zelmer in extemporaneous read mg Mary June Rxckaby and Louise Demmlng New London placed only one representatlve Agnes MCNlChO1S who received thlrd place ln declamatory 5.5 's 4 A 5 5 Y f I ' ' .7 0 v X V p l Q G 4 A W r-I1 v S ' v ' ' ' , 1. . eght students to enter into the final contest which was held April first. They were? Z s Qi I :NX 5 NEW I ' LONDON HIGH .SCHOOL fp The Debate Season 1931 1932 IX WINS' No defeats' It takes just those four words to tell In brlef the hxstory of the work of the New London Hlgh School debate teams for thxs season The laurels won by the hlgh school debaters are envlable ones they are recognltlons of which any school might be proud It s the second debate championship whxch the school has won the first was recelved 1n 1926 The seven scmors and one sophomore who were cn the teams that won the champlonshlp tltle dld not start forcnslc work when they were seniors all but one began h1s work when he entered high school Slx of these semors have worked to gether for the last three years while one Edward Rebman who entered our school from the Bear Creek Hlgh School durlng his Jumor year was wlth them for the first time this year The youngest member of the squad Harry Wells IS a soph omore Upon Harry as a veteran w1l1 rest the responsxblhty of carrylng on next year The New London affirmatlve opened the debate season for the school by trav ellng to Kaukauna December 14 where they won from that schools negatlve by a 3 to 0 declslon The second debate of the season for New London and the first for the schools negatlve was held at the New London Hlgh School wlth Neenah December 15 New London obtalned a 2 to 1 declslon The second t1me the afiirmatxve team debated was at home with the negatlve representatlves of East DePere agaln they won by 3 to 0 December 22 the negatlve team from this school traveled to East The debate closed the second round of the conference debates and because New London was vlctorlous ln the first two rounds they were pl ced ln the finals The finals 1n debate in the Northeastern WISCODSIH Inter scholastlc Conference were held wlth Oconto Kewaunee and New London competing for the coveted title The first debate ln the finals for New London was held at home ID the audltorxum of the hlgh school where the school met the negatlve representatlves of Kewaunee A 3 to 0 declslon was awarded to New London The final debate was held at Oconto with the New London negatne team also wmmng by a 3 to 0 dec1s1on The two unanimous decxsxons placed the New London group undlsputedly in first place and made her ellglble to enter the state contest Oconto was awarded second place and Kewaunee was awarded thlrd place The questlon debated thxs year was Resolved that the several states should enact leglslatlon provldlng for compulsory unemployment insurance New London entered the Northeastern Whsconsm Interscholastlc Conference ln 1926 when the conference was formed There are thirteen schools ln lt They are Menasha Neenah Shawano West De Pere East De Pere Ixew London Algoma Kaukauna Kewaunee Sturgeon Bay Oconto Oconto Falls and Glllette The success with which the debaters met durlng thls season was due ln large measure to the excellent co ching of H H Brockhaus Mr Brockhaus worked un tlrlngly with these students after school before school and after supper tlme after time The group worked patiently dxscussmg materlal wrltlng speeches and re hearslng them for dellvery effect Mr Brockhaus came to New London followmg the vacancy left by M R Mel house who Jomed the faculty of the Cllntonvllle Hlgh School Mr Brockhaus IS a graduate of the North Central College of Napervllle Illlnols and has been with the faculty of the New London High School for three school terms His splendld work IS appreciated by the entire student body 54 D, 4 bi T 1 1 H ' 1 y ,J 1 4 Q9 11 DePere to meet and to defeat'the affirmative team of that school by a 2 to 1 count. ,ff as 6 5 S NEW I ONDON 5 Q HIGH scuoor. ,,. Iw- 1 WESLEY CALEF ARDELL ROEPKE WILLIAM SOHRWEIDE Debate Champlons ARTHUR PALMER Nor H H BROCKHAUS HARRY WELLS Coach theastern Conference IRVIN DEMMIIN G ALICE ZIEMER EDWARD REBMAN 55 , 4' ' P ' N A S : I 51503 S xl Q s 1 I 7' ' g 5 1 ' . 'Y iw . f -A .N . . 7 f. .1 ,ey N 4 I by 'X s New I f 1 torenom 1 HIGH SCHOOL ,fps- V, ,, , F'1rstRovy Mann Bender Dean R Ziemer Riedl Roepke Second Poy Flynn Meiklejohn Shepard Wendlandt Brault Hlppler Popkey Thlrd Rovy A Ziemer Sohrvgeide Schmallenberg Demming Gorges Palmer Kloehn The Classmate VERY year for sixteen years the Nevy London High School has put out a book called the Classmate It has been a succ ss ever since 1ts hrst edition in the y ar 1917 A teacher who appoints the Classmate starf and supervises all the vyork is chosen from the faculty The greatest number of students selected are usually scn iors The Classmate Staff of this year consists of nineteen members hfteen sen iors four Junlors One of the finest pieces of vsork in the Classmate is the art vyork For the last sixteen years the class artists have submitted exceptionally good drayyings Merle Shepard and Ruby Ziemer the class artists for this year have upheld tr adm tion by submitting some of their best dravying to our 193, Classmate The material for the Classmate is divided into three distinct parts yyrxt ten material photography and advertisements The financing of the Classmate is greatly dependent upon advertising As editor in chief of the Classmate for this year Irvin Demming yy is e ip Alvin Biault Ardell Roepke and Myrtle Gorges Beatrice Sehmallenbe rg had eh nge of the alumni notes The stories on all football bisket bill a d tr iek meets yy is reported by Arthur Palmer Touch ups on music were gathered by Nllry Vlend landt The revleyys on our publications yere yyrltten by Beatrlee I-llppler ie photogriphy yyork was glyen to X ivian Mann All results on forensics yyere assembled by William Sohrvyeiele Alice Ziemer gathered notes on the history of the elasses Phe literary vyork yyas directed by Sarah Flynn and Cl1flO!tl Popkey The nuiiex ous Jokes and stories vsere gathered and composed by Dorothy Piedl All the typing yy as done by one of our eommereial deplrtment s nest typlsts Irmi lxloehn 5b I ' ': , , , . ' , ' , . . 'sz '5 - , i , T y V , H . 66 93 i . V . K e. . .. .. . , - - V - , . ' . - el fv - . . ' ' , . ' ' ' , 2 '- T' , g , ' ' ' h X H 1 . t' ' xl' -5 1' v l ' ' I .' ' -' - 'f " .. 1" ' . ' ' 'z -: - ably assisted by Dorothy Bender and Iris Dean. The advertising was directed by ' ' ' ' ls' xl ' x 1 1 I - Q 'Tx ' ' ' 1, ' , 1. f z,'n 'z' 1, X I V . H .U L' 'x x I 1 V A Q Y 'x . 1 . ' vm ' ' if v"g v ' , v ,r ' . ' ' 'rl , 1, Av ' Y L. ' , V' '. A . ' A .. ., yu .L. , . , 24... , , ' . I' n ' 4 . A I 5 K 5 A ' ' e .'.' '.'. ' , ' v . . l ' , 1 K ' V ' ' . , .. , ! , .- A A 3- h' 'Xl rx 1 1 .fl 7 v L' D 3 v ' X f I STYYY 1' V K r-JE C' tom om HIGHS, Hoot ,W- I " x N fha N Q 54 w T D 6 3 1 Flrst Row Tate Shoemaker Dean W Sohrwelde Cochrane Second Row Backes Soffa Moudry Brown Eggert Buelow Wege The Monday Morning News HIS year 1032 marks the enghth anmversary of the publxcatlon of the Monday Mornmg News The hrst lssue publlshed ln the year 1924 was under the supervxslon of the Jun or Class Th1s class contmued the work untll the fourth year when a Journallsm Class was orgamzed All students mterested m thls work eagerly Jomed the class It was only through the whole hearted efforts of students such as Helen Schomxscn and Edward Cochrane that the first edltlon struck a hlgh pomt Each sxx weeks the members of the class were asslgned new tasks Thls gave C'1Cll student a chance to become famlllar wlth the dlrferent departments of Journal xsrn The subject has been found to be of great value to students and especlallv to those who have contlnued thls work after graduation The name Monday Mornmg Nlews was selected from a great number of tltles submltted by students The entry of Thomas Pollys won for hum a free sub s rlptlon to the paper Monday Mormng News was consldered a self explanatory tltle Although a subscrlptlon rate of one dollar a xear was establlshed lt was dec ded to IQSUP the paper free of charge to students ln both the publlc and the parochlal school ot' the cxty The merchants of Yew London have been most gener ous ln supportlng our school paper wlth tl'e1r numerous advertisements Money for the support of the paper has also been ralsed by the dmfferent classes and lt has been the object of the classes to see whlch class can ralse lts allotted sum first The Monday Mornmg News of today IS not much dlfferent from that first paper Issued elght years ago It IS stxll a four page paper havmg four columns to vlch page It conslsts of news on school tOp1CS Jokes features edltorlal comments md advertlsements m fact the materlal carrled 1n the average paper We extend our thanks to Mxss Ione Halverson who has helped the students brmg out the splrlt of success ln our school paper 54 1 l . , L , , . , . 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The Spy Reports 4 C 1 a b18z Xd4 Wb2f1 Xa4 1 Vc38z Wb X c Xbl Wa3 c 2128: d4 Vb3 c The Key He Used Too weak 4 Rudy Vallee Hasnt any Dances Sz Blg as a whale Llke 3 Buddy Rogers Laughs it The sunbeams X Dmgy Dernbach Q A falry A hyena I An elephant A hen cackles In Love W A frog Wlth Y Hms shadovu Smgs Helen Kane 1 A blonde 2 A canarw r Anv old mald 3 A nlghtmgalc. Llke Llke Has This X Bonar Mr Bro khaus XVhat IS an optlcal 11lus1on" Delos Hobbs An optlcal mllusxon lg when you see more then you should Sta ppmg, hh Heard ln HIQIKJTX IX A IH '1 KIIQCUQSIOD on the rmcc nt Chma Japan chfhcultx centerlng around the probable allxos of each natlon Gorman Smlth Japan IH out wslth Russia too Jax Joubtrt Vkell she vlasnt out xuth Japan last mght 08 M, 4' ,P 'Z x . I 4 J K -X 1 6 4 K A' to E W - M 'g -- " ' ,......e..LA,LeL..l... ,.,,,L.,................ o W 2 1 f Y " " .A..A......L,.L.,..L,...Y...L.........,........e,. ! 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V X ' ' Z Me ' 1 "Y 2 .1 1 , . r '. , -1 f fmgpyi Q S " 6 9 NE 1 'LONDON Q HIGH SNHOOL. ,f. 0 illlsrvllalwnus Knovw the cause why muslc vsae ordalnedq Was lt not to xetresh the mmd of man after I 1 StLldl9S7 59 f-42 I -KX J"7 v ' j Thi X' 1 W ' . 7' ' ' NW 1 ' mn I f L : my Nfl wx .1 ' IX. .r 1 N N ,.-X I 'W ' lf' f ,A ,W f' L N N I N j 4 ,D 4 i YA , ' fu '5 NEW LONDON HIG SCHOOL 'M' Keepers of the Colors When Freedom from her mountam helght Unfurled her standard to the axr She tore the azure robe of nlght And set the stars of glory there She mmgled wlth 1ts gorgeous dyes The mllky baldrlc of the sknes And striped :ts pure celestlal whxte Wxth streakmgs of the mornmg lug lt Then from his manslon ln the sun She called her eagle bearer down And gave lnto hxs mghty hand The symbol of her chosen land Joseph Podman Drak OR the purpose of stlmulatmg mterest ln the flag our school has this last year ln augurated a dlvlsxon of Color Guards 'Ihe Color Guard conslsts of boys ID our mxdst who have volunteered for servlce ln thls dlvlslon It IS the duty of these ooys to ralse and to lower the flag above our school bulldlng to care for lt and to observe the rules of respect for the flag Thenr first rule IS never to let the flag touch the ground and when the flag IS about to be ralsed students nearby cry out the warnxng Dont let lt touch the ground' The thought of respect IS thus lnstllled in our minds We have learned that the ofilcxal name of our great Countrys Flag as The Flag of the Unlted States of Amerlca' It IS gwen to that hvmg symbol of a hvmg natlon for the llag demands our respest honor and loyalty and should be treated as a hvmg belng We have learned that we are often dlsrespectful ln our attitude towards the portlon of us pay but shght notice to the flag ln the lead unconsclously regardmg ll as a part of the parade We have learned to salute lt The salute may be sxmple yet sufflclng Men and boys need only to stand facmg the flag at attentxon or wlth hat over the left shoulder The women and girls need merely place thelr right hand over the heart Because the Color Guards do learn of the respect due Old Glory It IS our nope that every boy ln school may enllst his servlces as a Color Guard and that Old Glory w1ll contmue to ily over our school ralsed and lowered each day by our own Color Guards Durlng the past year the follovung bovs have served loyally as Color Guards H Brown D Farrell R Wllcox R Walmer K Wege F Bender R Avery A rsrault C Gutoskl R Putnam M Mc Dermott L Gorges D Frelburger H KltOWSkl R Pfelfer E Smlth J Garot R Anderson L Barlow I Poehlman A Palmer F Noack A Kretchmer S Herres A Fre1burger H Kersten K Penney R Sagar K Wege R Gutoskl C Polaskl N Impleman L Johnson F Buelovs G Felsner L, Fonsted L Hobbs K Anderson W Sohrweldm V Beckman R Laux H Bratz M Burton A Krause 60 .P 'I 5 ' ' 'J W' 11 I , . . . . Z 1 - . c , , . . Y . - - .. . . . . ,, . . . . . . - .. . . . I , ' nag. If for no other reason than lack of knowledge or incentive, the greater pro- . . . . ' . , . , R . . , . ' , . , . . , . ', . , . , . , - . - , . . - , - . . . '. , . , . . , . ' v x, . 1 , . , . , uv I mx NE 1 LONDON HIGH scuoot Senlor Honor Roll 1928 1932 SCHOL ASTIC HONOR ROLL Class of 1932 IIF follovung scholastxc honor roll 19 a 11st of those students ln vshose names have at any time appeared on the Honor Roll mar ln hlgh school Onlv those havlng a grade of 90 or above TO The students llsted under All Hlgh School Honors are those t1me led the school ln scholarshlp The record closes with the fifth perlod of the school year 1932 1928 1929 Robert Avery Dorothy Bender Alvm Brault Wesley Calef James Fxtzgerald Myrtle Gorges Fxleen Johnson Mary McLaughl1n Arthur Palmer Burt Parfitt Kenneth Penney Ardell Roepke Beatrxce Schmallenberg Verna Tank Pearl Thern Mary Wendlandt Marjorie Zaug Allce Mae Zxemer ALL HIGH SCHOOL HONORS No member of the class was elected 1929 1930 Vllas Bender Alvm Brault Vlesley Calef Myrtle Gorges Flleen Johnson Mary McLaughl1n Arthur Palmer Ardell Roepke Bcatrlce Schmallenberg Verna Tank Mary Wendlandt 'VIHFJOFIQ Zaug Allce Mae Zlemer ALL HIGH SCHOOL HONORS Alice Mae Zlemer 1930 1931 Robert Averv Dorothy Bender Vllas Bender Alvm Brault James Fltzgerald Eileen Johnson Velma Konrad Marv McLaugh11n Verna Mansfield Helene Plumb Burt Parfitt Dorothy Rledl Ardell Roepke Beatrlce Schmallenberg Amta Schwandt Verna Tank Mary Wendlandt Marjorle Zaug Allce Mae Zlemer ALL HIGH SCHOOL HONORS Alvm Brault Verna Tank Beatrxce Schmallenberg Allce Mae Zlemer 1931 1932 Robert Avery Dorothy Bender Alv1n Brault Wesley Calef Mary McLaughl1n Myrtle G Burt Parfitt Ardell Roepke Beatrlce Schmallenberg Mary Wendlandt Allce Mae Zlemer orges ALL HIGH SCHOOL HONORS q No member of the class was elected 61 is A Q- Afp I :JK El l X W ' . - 1 1 1 1 1 L Al 1 ll. 5 I J. W1 Y K K 1 J. A . . 'Y 1 K 1 1 1 1 1 A K le the Class of 1932 durmg their four appear on that who have at any ,, AXQ , NEW ' T LONDON me sonool. ,,. Soclal Actlvltles URING the year whlle school work was progressmg rapldl socxal actlvltles were by no means sllghted The Freshles started the years amusement wlth a bang A blg party was held at the Werner Hall on September 18 Games were played for amusement E eryone spent a very enjoyable evemng The Jumors held a carmval at the Werner Hall on November 13 A very amuslng art gallery was dlsplayed foztunes were told and a vegetable auctlon was held Although lt was Frlday the 13th the event was a bxg success An Open House was held at school on December 15 Many parents attended the program of the school work as presented A free lunch was served by the Home Economics Class lmmedlately followlng the closlng of the evemng sesslon A unique program was held at the W'erner Hall on December 18 A basket soclal served as most of the evenlngs merrlment Thls was followed by danclng to the muslc of Geo Fuerst and h1s Play Boys The program was under the SUSPCIGS of the Senlor Class Mr McMahon took the opportunlty to express hls appreexatlon of the excellent work done by the debators and the coach He entertalned them as hls guests at the Joint meetlng of the Rotary and Llons clubs on January 23 John R Rledl ed1 tor of the Appleton Post Crescent was the speaker of the day Members of the debate team together wlth Mr and Mrs Brockhaus were also the evenlngs entertainment after whlch a dellclous lunch was served The Freshman Class held another party at the Werner Hall on March 17 It was an all school party A basket ball game was played between the Clty Sllckers and the Country Hay Shakers A glrls basket ball game was also another event The latter part of the evemng was spent danclng to the muslc furmshed by the Hlgh School Dance Orchestra The teachers too spent a few enjoyable evemngs away from the dally grlnd The faculty and the Board of Education were entertalned by the Rotarlans at Werner Hall on September 14 Fxve hundred brldge and dancmg made the evemng a most enjoyable one The next tlme the teachers were entertamed was on September 17 at the Wemer Hall when they were guests of the P T A The evenmg was spent ln games and novel stunts A slx thlrty dlnner ln honor of the New London teachers was glven at Shaw ano on January 15 The dellcxous meal was served by the Home Economlcs depart ment of that school An exchange teacher from Germany spoke on the llkenesses and dxfferences of secondary educatlon ln the Unlted States and IH Germany In order to enlarge thelr acqualntances ln the c1ty the teachers of New Lo-1 don entertained guests at the Red Geranium Tea Room on February 9 Each teach er lnvlted one guest The evemng was spent ID playlng cards both bridge and five hundred During the year the P T A held several dances At most of the programs Geo Fuerst and h1s Play Boys furmshed the muslc The money ralsed was used for the purpose of helpmg the Hlgh School Band LATIN IS S0 E-KSX' Forte dux an Aro Forty ducks 1n a row M1 ante nos lam 1lle My aunty knovus I am 111 Ml neque IS num My neck IS numb tD1d the anclcnts have neckmg part1es"l E et out ln spes He ate out ln space Is Captlvus bom Is the captxve bony" Facilltes slt ln COHSlll0 Facultles slt ln councll Iam Caesor I am Caesar 11 vush I vsere when I translate Latml 62 1' V X 4 'w ' ' N , I, X" Ap: K X Q x 4 ' NSA ' K Rv , S ' 4 A 5 1, ,I ' l ' A , ' u nv! v . . l A ' V- entertained at the Calef home on Tuesday, January 24. Cards and games furnished K v 12 :NX N I LONDON HIGH sol-loot Trophies and Aw ards HE New London High School has several trophies and awards which are given each year to promote interest ID the various school activities One of these the Thrlft Banner was presented to the school by the Class of 1927 It is awarded each year to the class having the highest bmking record I was won last year by the Class of 1933 and as they are in the lead as this write up goes to press it IS believed that they will again be declared wmners The oratory medal was presented to the school in 1924 by Arthur Cuff who graduated with the Class of 1931 and was won this year by Arthur Palmer of the Class of 1932 Eight sllver Loving Cups were given to the school by the Class of 1926 to bc awarded to the first and second place winners in all four phases of public speaking The winners of the oratory cups last year were Alice Palmer Class of 1931 who won first place and Arthur Palmer Class of 1932 who won second place The first place cup was won this year by Arthur Palmer Class of 1932 and the second place cup was won by Ardell Roepke Class of 1932 In declamatory work the wmners las year were Ruth Plumb Class of 1931 first place and Hazel Bleck Class of 1931 second place The winners this year were Beatrice Manske Class of 1933 who re celved first place and Agnes McN1chols Class of 1935 who won second place The extemporaneous speaking cups were won last year by Arthur Palmer Class of 1932 who received first place and William Sohrwelde Class of 1932 who received second First place was won thu year by Wesley Calef and second place was won by Wil iam Sohrwelde Extemporaneous reading wmners were first place Mary June Rlckaby Class of 1934 and second Hazel Bleck Class of 1931 Winners this year were first place Louise Demmmg Class of 1934 and second Alice Zxemer Class of 1932 The Class of 1925 presented a declamatory medal to the school to be awarded each year to the student winning first place ln declamation It was awarded last year to Ruth Plumb of the Class of 1931 and this year to Beatrice Manske of the Class of 1933 The Class of 1925 also gave to the school a trophy called the Student Honor Cup It IS awarded to the student whose average IS the highest throughout the school year It was won last year by Delos Hobbs a member of the Class of 1933 Perhaps the most popular trophy IS the School Sp1r1t Cup It was given to the school by the Class of 1924 It IS presented to the class showing the most school splrlt throughout the year The spirit of each class is based on the number of mem bers who take part in music athletic and forensic events and also on the stunt put on by each class on the annual stunt night The cup was won last year by the Class of 1931 and this year by the Class of 1932 Yeah' Ads ertismg Pay s Mr Calef What kind of goods are sample goods? Fred Noack Free goods Loxe Me Loxe Ms Car In his Freshman Citizenship class Mr Koten was talking about a winning personality and after dlscussmg the matter demanded Now give me an example of some one with a winning personality here in school A bright Freshxe bodly got up and said Dlngy Dernbach because he has a car and all the glrls love him Some Bite Some Don t Mr Stacy in geometry class Ill give anybody S500 if he can construct and prove a nine sided square Orville JOSSIC Show us the S500 first' 60 - x T g - 4 .... 4 ,P f A f J . 1. A X B ' W 1 EW , 7- . 7 Y 1 ' . L . L , . , . , . , , , . , L ' . V 1 - I I N I ' , - . A - , . , . 1 4 V I l u ' H A , . lk 24 P? ik 24 , - ik 24 nk S ' U -K , , . 0 lj! W .bfi 1. Z on cu JA Q sues- Q 35 32EE55E'wwN f- 53353333 555355 E-ammo 3 323353 5 3ES5'1IE'5mw i I 2 . - . z ff"-1 - I' . : ' F4 . , I Q '- ' . o . . Q . H ' -' - I g . ' ' t 'wo SN! ' .4 - . ' I E A ' l - qq . . xy . L u . In . . K 3 . . , 1 ' 3 . I 'I v 1 ' . . . , fn . K ,- l . 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' .- ' , X x - , W 4 I September October November December V lixg N as F , w ' Lomoom 0 ' me cl-loot Sli Events As They Passed Fxrst call for mspectlon school opens We begm ln earnest Coach calls for football men Usual number of strav Frosh reported vlewmg the scenery Imtlatlon Freshmen beware' Have dlfHCUltV remembermg our first asslgnment Jumors and Sensors start bank record wlth 100W Assembly smglng begms A Koten offers to consult Sears and Roebuck ln regard to prlces for C00kl8S for the football boys Mr Chrlst speaks ln whlspers after attendmg P T A party Frosh hold get acquamted party Farrell and Brown step out as ploneer color guards Jumors schedule a sale but there IS no sale Sophs hold Esklmo Ple sale Irvm Demmmg cracks h1s Jaw m Klmberly New London game Anxxous that some man may learn to have the last word Mr Brock haus ISSUCS hls first call for debate meetlng Ink and paste arrxve What a combmatlon' New classes are formed because of overt-rowdmg Semors sell popsxcles stlck and all Smgmg agam' New songs today' Lose first conference game to Algoma 12 0 Boys lnsxst ram there comes down bv the bucketful Members of Amerlcan hlstorv class glve Columbus Day play Sophomores Jumors and semors bank 10012 Dr Florence Maclnnes speaks to students on tubercu'os1s Menasha defeats us 1n football 13 2 F'1rst report cards recelved w1th groans and slghs Schools observe c1tv ordmance and close for half a dav 1n memory of He set out to do what he saw F S Dayton speakmg before the Thomas A Edxson who dxed Sundav ln hls soul and he d1d lt declares students on the great Inventor We tle West DePere 6 6 ln grld tllt Slxteen students venture back to school mmus thelr report cards Nlckles are m demand Bank Day IS here again Students slt spell bound whlle vlce prmclpal reads 404 roll call numbers Dick Jllson a former student of the N L H S speaks durmg pol meetmg Hurrah' We beat our rlvals Cllntonvllle 6 2 Students are recoverlng from Halloween Waltmg anxlouslv for teachers conventxons Back after a vacatlon of two days Conventxons should last longer Hooray' Evervbodv banks 1000K Armzstlce Dav School starts at exght dlsmlssed at noon Jumor Carnlval Desplte their headstones faculty are stlll allve Freshmen shot for the annual Junxor plcture taken for Classmate Tournament practlce begms Home Economlcs glrls demonstrate what any school glrl should eat for breakfast Dr C D Hemmv member Board of Educatlon dles Tra la la students are readx turkeys are roasted and vue get a v'1 catxon Report cards and stomach aches make lt a blue Monday Bank splrlt lost Fmder return to Semor Class Three Blmd Mlce another round Overcoats appear at debate meetlng 64 January February March 5 f Z4 I QKXQ N 1 LONDON X HIGH SCHOOL ff J Hot lunches may be obtalned Lf! J Practlce debate vuth Cllntonvllle Home c glrls serve debgters dl ner Sen1ors complete psychologydte t ch' Bones are healed and B111 a t st ps on ag ID Sen1ors Box Soclal 7 M M IN reprlnts plc re of llder -Club take by Mllwaukefe Journal, Annual debate sea ope Sang Chnstmas ngs Staff IS chos for t Clas ate e dl pt know! what we-svxere ln for Glee Clyb S1Q'gS Chfrlstmagfsongs N wxhondon d bates5D,efPere We won' .1 e ry Chrlstmgs' Y Catl0IU J Ye Edxtor star s the lNew ear wlth yellow excuse We re ln for long stre ch untll er J Semors rash bra y for hlst book' ryports ff West ePere rs smot us 32816 Skatlng no hot on a unt ofj e thaw The All School play Att rney for t e Defense gets under Teachers e entertained at S anof ey surely enjoy d lt New London wxns North stern Wxsconsxn Interscho strc Debate cllam plonshlp Pep meetln lF't2'Aay It W ng good and we lost to Stfawano 11 WHY Debaters ar lctureldlon Ugjgront page of 'M M ,N when do eat' J bate ams were gues of Mr McMahon at meetxng of Lxcgxsj and Ro ary clubs yesterdav and tonxght they dlnner at th alef h5'me We repeat ly when do we eat" Semor plct e proofs lfloat around the mam room East D Pere 26, We 13 Jolnt have lj 1 A new mont Mxss Lulu G ener talks to us on Thrlft Justmger wlns bet from Mr Koten Cllntonvllle 22 We 13 Cant study today Mxss Rlce and her co workers are glvmg dlphtherla shots School play Attorney for the Defense IS presented Mr Christ talks about Lmcoln Debate squad IS proudly struttmg around wxth gold medals W'heres yours Ted E9 Washlngton bl centennlal IS observed Ardell Roepke Marjorxe Zaug and Wesley Calef speak before the assembly Nobody banks 10012 not even Junlors Dave Frexburger IS stxll speechless He blt h1s tongue at the Menasha game Saturday Shavsano 13 We 10 Keep lt qulet' But nobody has a blrthday to day Sen1ors select thelr class rlngs Others were good vue were better so were gomg to the basketball tournament Oratorv trvouts Hlgh school band pollshes thelr mstruments lnvxted to the tournament Waupaca 9 We 14 and 1ts our last game ln the Werner Hall Junxors start work on Prom Publlc Museum IS opened Interested? The dead llne IS reached 65 Z f 1 JI T J, f N 'Q J ff 1 . 1 . J " ' f . A X X s 4 f :J . X 1 , , J I B , rr , fl ,x ,, EW 1 . 1 , A 1 1 " N ' 5 ,X ,f VJ J IV ft H . ' J ,' , f 9 ' , If I . I VJ I j- .. gy J 4 lr 1 10 S . . Jy f , ' cf ' ' f 11 ' ' . 1 J A J ,J J ' 14 . . '. ' ' ' , r ' Y I fJ -X' ff J rf! 16 ' . M J ' 17 ' 'f ' ' f ' . ' - A . . '71 W fl f 18 . J' ,I I. 21 e ' . . ' 22 ' . y ' 4 , , f If . ' ' , 4 . J Y - f ' ' M? f ff 2 5 Money ru Moat after-jtoo much ris mas shopping! 6 ' ' . . 8 5 - . fl 11 ' 3 f 5 13 - v n v-' ny. 14 ' I bg ' ' e '. f 15 . . . , . K - . . U y 6 ye N . 31 22 ' ' , ' . ' , ' , -9. 25 p ' ' , 2 . . . 26 1' . l . 1 , ' 1 J . ' ' 27 ' ' 112 ' ' . ' 29 e . f . rf 1 . 2 2 Q 1 . 5 U . i . . . 11 , l . . Y . . . . 12 ' I - - -- ' . 15 - . . ' ' . 22 . , . . . . 22 . I.- . 1 0 , . . V 23 , ' - - - ' 25 ' ' ' . ' ' 26 ' . ' ' . 29 ' ' . ' ' - . 1 ' ' ' . 2 1 ' 1 ' ' 3 ' .' l . - . . 3 - 1 4 . . , ' ' ' . 14 ' . 16 ' ' . . 18 ' ' . so it "0 9,0 Z s x ,L f rm N w ' LONDON X HIGH .SCHOOL Hu-ed' Mr Koten was drllllng hls Freshmen Cltlzenshxp pupxls on the procedure ln applymg for a posltlon He called on a student and lnqunred llow x ould you go about applpng for a posltlon at the Ed1son" Brlght lreshman Pxrst Id go and talk to all the bosses ln the tactory to find out what klnd of a man Mr Burns IS Then ld go to Mx Lulns mtroduce my self tell hlm who I am and say Here have a clgar Going Gomg Gone H H Brockhaus m Englxsh IV What IS supposed to happen to the soul when one IS placed six feet beneath the sod Donald Farrell The soul IS supposed to descend Vxvlan Lmdner Hls mlght Elrog Know s Mr Vorba Llttle knowledge IS worse Elroy Stern a generous student finlshed the statement 'Ihan castor 011 A r Vorba mtended to say Lxttle knowledge xs worse than none at all Seekmg the Truth Poof Calef Why cant the human body be magnat1zed" Earl Worby I dont see why xt cant lt has one pole foo Deep' NIISS Alma Halverson 1n Senlor Amerlcan Hlstory class asked Do we vote directly for the pres1dent" Earl Worby We don t vote we re not old enough Teacher Student Teacher Student Who Anne Why Well Boleyn A New Model' was Anne Boleyn" Boleyn was a Hat lron what makes you thmk tha a hxstory book said that Henry VIII CLASSIFIED ADS pressed hls sult wlth Anne LOST Compact by glrl wxth broken mirror and green top Inqulre Row 7 Seat 1 FOR SALE Posltlon on the honor roll Inqulre Row 1 Seat 5 Room 301 FOR RENT Western Story Magazmes wlth lnterest Inquire Row 7 Seat FOUND An eversharp pencxl by llttle boy Wlth red lead Inqulre at Kmdergarten WANTED Posltlon by one capable of handllng It wlthout rheumatlsm Inqulre east entrance mam floor 8 30 any mormng Eye or Ear ' Mr Koten ln Soclal Problems class after explamxng how the bllnd by thexr keen sense of hearlng are able to play basket ball concluded Each man must keep hls eye on the ball every mmute -Xt Interwals Between Classes Exchange of notes School gosslp Luncheon Recreation Mobs at the fountaln On to the next class vuth pleasure Hou He Can Flatter' Mr Stacy upon lookmg mto Sally Flynns eyes What beautlful brown eyes you have thev re so impressive' bo Pedal iour Own D Rledel translatmg m shorthand class I vush that bxcycle Mxss Taggart What? Dorothy Well when you come to a brxdge that you dont know say blCXCl6 and rxde right over It 66 , If p , ,, ft fi . J A f 7 , f A f ' 4 ' 1' A ,I f ,.,,, X 1 - X ' V X- - 'W f' " . R Y N E' ' D ' K ' . . J E f g M 1 , , ' f I 7 , l f , I . , ' H A l' M. . . . ,, , Y . . . , I ' . . . . , - - , .. . - ,.. , - . , - if PK 'F X 1' . . ,, . . . , . . ,P,, .l - ., , . ' - - u ' - gn , . 4: an an wk lk . .. - - - -., . - .. - ., v u ' ' ' v . .. - - H xc 4: JF 4: sf . H .. , . ., , , . , .. , - y . - H V Y ' if 29 if if JF . . A . ' .. - ,. , 4. , , , V H y , - 14 Z FY FF 14 ' . - Al 7' . l. - H Z .. V e t?,, , . H . . . . . - . U -r as 4: 4: :r i . . . . . ' . - . , , . ' f . , 3. , U 1 3 v - as an fr -r 4: - A y .- . - V. 1 wk an at -r 1: as x 4 as , 3. . - - .. H . .. - , . , 11 1 - ' A ' ' " ' ' x x 1 wr as ' . ' . Y-'1 ' 1 Al I1 1 ll v . ' V V I V ' Y ' 1 A If Z 1 'fy 6 E , mXi N ' LONDON HIGH sol-xoon. 4- N Index to Advertlsers Pagg Allens Barber Sh American Plyw r ratqgn Borchardt A L M D X Borchardt M A M Bordens Milk c HI gk 73 Carter Hanson X Cnty Dry Cleane Clme and Learman Cristy s Dexu-rs Farmers State -1 Fehrman Kirch Fuerst Geor e ... First Natio l ankx Gehrke Bro 5Grand and Thea Q Hammerlktf C E n JL S1iQ?Can g mpany 81 .Q 82 rnr FS hir WHJDD X 3 3 NJN M NNE 3 F M F SFX Page GLydg1a Beauty Shop NNW Kd Wfaflbtlll s Restaurant 'VI hardt August nsted I W nsted J W Ir W F I D D urphy Pat D D S Bottling Works Floral C0 London London London Ive Fuel C0 Inc London Press Repubhcan Oshkosh Engraung C0 Ostermexer G A D D S Outaganue Rural Nomxal School Polzm Geo W D D S Prlbnow Electnc Co Rusch Sen ice Station Smith Fay R and L0 Spearbraker Irnbby C M Vandrees Verlfine Dairy Products C0 W nusau Business Instltute I I 'ba' .YJ I X jx .L 53 y EW f ' 0 f f X I 9. 9 9 - ' . 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Misa-mrsirr There ns Re ll I' conomx Ill Wood I dneled Walls In Rented Homes .ns xx ell as xour own X nn lI"'lY'lflfl XX ill llt e or Il 1111 ntmn U1 1 p'1pfr1ng, IQ g,1l 6 Ile W 11111 1 lfll If 1l '1n1l prop Ilfll hui they nr 1 11 or 'U xr-11s thug the expense ot puntmg lnterxals IS ontlrelx elxmlnitul Bomtx inrl Comfort mike your Propertx 1 tenint 11 S 1111 arrl Xrrll e xxlll 1 gnxe su e nn and a Jroumd e xxlth ut Ubllgdllf n Amerlcan Plywood Corporation n london IS CITY DRY CLEA ERS w he Xl e ll mg App 11 el IRX Ol R I Xl NDRX HPRIII If hom l I x l F 10 No XX nel St New london IM I' TFR FANE L 1 1 ' . . 1 Y ' J. " , 1 4. J O , VI- . 1 11 ': ss are installs- C erly 'S - ' 'el , 'tl oz-' f-F 1.w'i'.'Z . .' 'z" 1 fn1ir V fat '1'1:1r' 'zu ' 5' "K -. l l T114 814 11 'f' fl, 1 : T f 1 b' V' A llll ' 11111111 1l1-sir:1lJl1- to Llll prosp1-1'tiv1- . ,. 'I'l ' Snr ll'- Iionul 'lst over that of l'l:1s111r '.r1111l1l surprise- j . W " glzillv j" .' gg fsld fi ' PI 'ti costs " - 11 41 . 1 I O ! 1 N1- . , W-. l l 1 I V W YAAM-A-AAYWY r t1 g 1 11 11 ll I 1 EXI A' . f,'le:u1e1's and l:l'r'SSE'l'IS of Ladies' and ' nts' ' 2 " . ' 2 I 1 p . 5, ALL IVORI' GLAR.-XN",ElJ 1 I , l - v THIBET , HRX CL...' RS OIR F-KCULTX AS VYE HEAR THEM Mlss Howard All rlght lets have xt qulet Mr Stacy For tomorrow Mxss Taggart The bell has rung lets get to work Mr Vorba We ve gone over thls enough tlmes you should know lt now Father Dayton Mxss Halsor Mr Koten Mlss Hoffman Miss Ione Halverson Mr Brockhaus MISS Ruggles Mlss Alma Halverson Mr Christ Wx! Oh mamma thats peachy Out of the halls Stop your talking when someone IS speakxng Youll be shot at sunrxse Be ln your seat when the bell rlngs Im not glv ng thls as a sermon but for your own good 1 you people please be qu1et" You re excused J JP YLKR RIMES Murdermg nghsh W jlittlng Qlass , Klllmg Sllence f-f Smothermg a Lau h gm a Lln J-X ldnap 1 y Book J GJ RIST AS GIFTS FOR 1933 'V V -game lejohn wa another dog thls tlme a Great Dane f B b Krause w nts nta Claus to brmg hlm a Llttle Austln L ye HQ21nts afblg supply of statlonery to write love notes to her beloved A s wants Santa to brmg her a blg mamma doll J! F lt Krause wants a storybook about the Three Bears Experience . .. . Cline 8: Learman .5 I Knovsledge IS g a 1 n e d through study vu 1 s d o m through lnsplratlon and ex perlence New London, Wisconsin T w l I. M ls 70 ' -U-"-'fufff ii-iii- ...,.............a 4-G0 to work' ' I J u v v ' """-" 4 "'- ff- '--"'- -"--------------- ' f ' ,, .v T . .' f , lt f ,W T . . fl' " h J V WJ " ' A Y If 1 . . a , 1 R XV 1 V .th Vu . - D . 111 I V , if ' J. if V A tg-AS '- I - I JAN - 7 : v'LjV A 'If' l ,JV il V ' I T I 9 ' ' i ' T l i 1 w 1 The Photographs ln Thls Annual W1 rv Produ: 011 In Uur Studio Our arm has been to m rke thrm wor thw of this excellent wolume and an lnterestmg, record of sour grxdua Our efforts haue been supplemented bv the fine co operatlon of the school md f'1cultx lt has been a pleasure to serve sou ,Ver CARTER HANS N STUDIO 1 O j I 1 V4 V , . .'l'?' A. on Egg i, ',. A V ,Q 2 A : r Q z - tlon. , . K l 5 u gi""'1 593 X, I . ' ' , s' 5 7 Dr A L Borchardt Dr M A Borchardt MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BORQHARDT CI IINIC N1 w London XYisc-onsin Dr R L Fll.ff0fflld Cristy Building, Phone Office 166 Residrnf-e 96" New London VYis1-onsin Dr I .S Loss DEN'l'1sT Ifnxt Nxtlolml Bulk Blllldlllg New London Yhseonsm Dr G00 W Polzm DENTIST Bank of New L0'1L0n Bldg, New London Vhsconsm Dr Edw Lyons DENTIST Monstea Bulldmg Phone 11 New London IXISCOIISUI Drs Monbted and Mons ted Monsted Bulldlng Phone 4 W New London VI lsconsm Dr F ,I P-fl'lfl'T Phw sau in Surgeon N1 xx I nndon Xhsc onsm Dr Pal Jlurphy Dr F ,I Murphw DEN TISTS VI erner BUlIdlIlg Nc u London N lsconsin Y 0 o o C o 0 o -T 0 0 o C Y w I v w ' ' 1 .. .1 'L v I Y W W 1 0 4 5 . s n . u o 4 0 0 . v 1 L I . ,. . . . '.' 2 ' 2 ' 1 ro 4 ' , I' ' v ' ...i 1. I , . . 1 1 o J o o 1- ,- v V. . A7 v " .' I , ' , V o v U 9 0 f o e 0 ' Q . - 'X' 1 v 1 ..' .'. 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The finest result of educat1on IS not leaxmng but the capacltx fm flchlexement Llkevslbe do XOUI bpendlng mselx and COI'1S1NT,6Ilt lx and xt the ime tune add somethm to XOU1 SAY IWGS ACCOLNT detinltelx Farmers State Bank New london Vhs 71 7 Q . ' , , . I Q . . . , x. , C . . L, 2 S2 , K. J g .v . v y w - v . A K . 1 V' , - . A , , . N KJWWWW Mfsffwgbe W C fW5,ghQ?f5?iCf3?ff W fy KRW yw5f!WW ff ,MXRCM gy ff? WR ne afffw Spf' s f Q fl Q 95, ' - XY by it R V, froefff .fR R l R 1" , 1 P43 X 3 . ff? oi Q W V pf WW R 'ru s R t ' My -' X0 ner ire tor u i . .5 Q3 fj V ,r ' ff R ' 4 U ou engfblzf A ig. QJJ 1 ' EALS,f0r CH? , C, R - co IQCTI s, and S OK at ' 'A NX R , oz , r- gf if K fXf 32 ww "CLEA LIN sz SERV " I, f -' 7' R ' 70' sf My YIM Congratulatlon to the Class of 32 Xou hue been lookme to1X1111l 101 1 Ollj., t1n1e to thu g1e1t exent 101 1t IN lllx'-. tht xttp pmg stone lIll.O 11100161 held ot iClX6llll,llL Vle out mth N011 ll l 1 1 01101 111 1 LOH2l1tLll1tf X011 o11 the .1ch1exen1e11tx xou l1f1x aceompllshecl 0 11 IJiSt 1sso111t1o11N xx 1th xou hut bun hfue been pleased to seue X011 Vle s111111elx hope tl11t 1111111111 Lfllltllllltl tll t lough hte 111th tht 1111e go 1l lll Xl xx F1111 dm p1ep11111g tm 1 l1ett11 llllllle qi ONS Goan :rope 11 l11111lo11 K SIOIISIII 91 l I r 2 1 ' h, - . ,i . ' . i I , ' L. ' 2 1 ' ' Z V 1 . ,I x' , l'G.l "1 " j , z lf take th's If 't 1ity t1 A li 2 1 tv A 1 I ' iv tv 1 VX, ll zu 2 "1 ' .' " j 1 ' 1 A most pleasant, and we want you to know that we 1 , ,, . , . . 2 , 1 , . ' ' h. , .' ,Sa ri ' ,v 1.42, 1 yy - 2 +' ' 1 1 V , . ' 1 I" 0 ff 4 , 1 , 1 f N1- . . vif- 1' MAYTAQQ WASHERS FRIGIDAIRE REFRUQERATIJRS QUAKER BURN OIL HEATER HEATRULAS BIONARVH ELECTRIC' STOVE T Mc CfOR3IIf'K IJEERINH IMPLE- MENTS 8 IIARIJXYARE -XND PENC INQ Gehrke Bros Phone 14 Grand and MerMac Theatres HH IXFY dnrl H XlllxINS llnpvufm lack Huku lr Nl1n1g.,1r I I . A' ' if ' .v 1 I Nr- ' .oncnn. "sm-011-sin W New Lrmflon, Wisconsin ' ' I ' , A 'AY 1AA'l'-i D: -fx,-H.S To The Class of '32 thls bank extends 1ts congratulatlons and best W1Qh6S In completmg your hlgh school course you have passed the second Important milestone on the road to success and have obtalned an equlpment of knovsledge and experlence that wlll be lnyaluable to you ThlS bank hopes that you wlll flnd It possl ble to contlnue your educatlon and that you wlll eventually take your place 1n the busmess or professlonal llfe of New London But 'whether you locate here or elsewhere you may be sure that we shall be mterested ln your career and ever ready to serve 1n any Way that may proye helpful to y ou We hope of course that you vull make thls your bank and 1f you do you may be as sured that vue vulll take a personal interest your welfare and be glad at any tlme to extend you our counsel and cooperat1on Strength and Ablllty Plus the Vhllmgness to berye N en London W isconsin 78 The First ational Bank Headquarters for House Insulatlon We sell and heartllw recommend BMXLS-XM VS OOL heat msulatlon fo houses Before vou bulld be sure to come ln and find out all about thls wonderful comfort maker and fuel saver We have samples and lltera ture for you and well be glad to go ow er sour plans and gne sou a cost Lstlmate B XI SAM WNOOI can also b used to insulate the roofs of old houses-thue making them more comfortable and saving fuel Hatten Lumber Co New London W lsconsm Huzzar s Grocer Quallty Grocerles Fresh and Smoked Meat Lor Shawano and Waupaca Streets Telephone 201 New London XKISCOIISIII 49 I v . , - 7 . . Y . L, . A . . . , . 4 v 1 v ' - l . , 9 7 1 v 1 1 l . xy' 1 1 Q I A . ' 4 . e 1 ' 1 . . . t . . . A ' , n a 1 1 7 1 Y . A L 4 ' , . I H WE HAVE CUSTOMERS SN ho C 0 Out Of Thur NX as to T H E BECAUSE We C0 Out of Our Was to PLE-XSE THEM Haw- You Trled That New Piave on the NORTH SIDE OF THE Rl! ER lust One 'Irml Vhll Conunee You Th at We Hue X 'Host lnxlellent llue Wh SEI L lx-XRMPI h0RN Martln s Restaurant New London Bottlln Works Ns u Londf n N :su nsm Bottle rs 0 Carbonated Beverages Telephone No '41 Urflvl 4 Law or thv Home BO . , . . I ' A 1 A' -1 A L . v ,., , L . .f 1 E" ' 'z ' v , Y, Y , . v L I 4 A J A A ' 7 .x V .. h 4. . , . . .V ' 1 , . - . f 1 v ' ' . . .. V I . . A 'l Sauer Kraut FL4VlIR 4ND QL 4LITl that cannot be flupluntvl H rmrlton N Sauer lu rut c rnnot lr duplrcrted rm morc tnrn .1 xoun artlst can duplrcate the parntrngs oi an old master hecfrusc the men whr produce Hamrlton-, rre Old Nlas lcrrut Ther hue spent therr lrxcs dexcloprng, and rmproun th pro cesses and formulas thfrt make pon srble H rmrlton qualrts Hrmlltons Srucr lxr rut rs hecomm more popul rr exerx cl x hecrux rts wonderful flavor rnd qurlrts and ea th x rluc our grocer cm xupplx mu l'lamrlton 81 Sons Cannrng Company Nur london Wis. Shiocton hw 'il F ' ' , I . I 2 ' "2 '2 e ' '2 2 h' - ' 2 ' Q gg' . 1 - '.- 2 A ,1- ters :rt the art of nmking' Sauer' Y 1 ' ,. . ' Y' 6 . - 1 si. K, ' 2 ,. C - A.- 2 ' rll ' "2 ' ' gg ' 2 ' 21,' '2 Je ol' ' 5 ' " ' ' 2 2 ' Q 2 h 'l '2 -. Y f' ' ' -2 I I Z fy iff ff f N or if ,fly lf Elsewhere Rfb WV Where You Can Buy the Best Qualzty Meats at Our Store 'lm s Market Your Home Needs Good Hardware Aug Memhardt He Sells Hardware w D 1 8 ff 1 'ff ff If My ff , f , 7 f r , ZW sf rf! 1 'fu "W" ,J ' V - gx " "ii" T 'ALJ' " 'p,f""f 1 ' grae r Q f a 3 , s e f ff 1 If r r V . ', , W1 , . 3 V f , K J ' 'V Q J f' f n N ., d ' V if V ' T 'X N 4 4 My J - ,V fr . U d Ju' Q an r W K N : ' 7 V v Q Phone 6 New London, Wisconsin L e ,, . A A n . w fl See 0 3 0 ,1 ss 99 Phone 75 Ve e iver New London, Wisconsin Class of 1932 "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" uv We haye flowers for eycry occasmon They make for a happy graduatlon They make for comfort and personal satlsfactlon Frlendshlp and floyy ers go hand ln hand Your eyery need and deslre m iy be readlly satlsned mth a Xlblt to our gardens and floral shop If you are unable to call person tele phone and your wlshea shall haxe our lmmedlate attent1on New l.OfldOI1 Floral COITIPBHY 83 in , - F. A. Jennings, Proprietor New London, Wis. Congratulations to the Graduatmg Class of 1932 New London Ice and Fuel Co, lnc 1 sf X 512 ravens' r 74 6,6056 zz rawzgv X .Q f NI Q 0 N1-w London, XVisc'0nsin , alyvf, a , I ff ' Lg' M- 4 4' - -- ' A -1. - l f x X ll if . " T ,lv W X x - ff Q H i I X ' fx Q a ll 5 l , 0 If I L ? X 416 a Sf gg 71 ,1 I 1 X f N, iff 6769 fu ,' x 0. rig ,ft ,a Xxx s If t F4 utagamie Rural Normal School Kaukauna, WIS New London l-hgh School Graduates Are ll1Wlt9Cl to Xttend the Outagamle Rural Normal School li thu wlsh to lncomm teachers 4 Um Yr ur Cours: Good Trllllllll" 1 School that D1 ulops Ior m0lL Information write In W P Hagman lrlnclpal 5 2:2 l I I 1 -'I A AA ff 1-1 ,- Personality Heat, Light and Power Appliances Visit the place where you can get a complete line of: CROSLEY RADIOS GENERAL ELECTRIC RADIOS MONARCH HOTPOINT and CRAWFORD RANGES KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS and other electrlcal appllances at the lovs est prlces Prlbnow Electrlcal Co Just opposite the Flrst Natlonal Bank New London Wisoonsm We Treat You E the Year O Rusch Service Statlon Gas and O11 Hlgh Pressure Greasmg Free Crank Case Servlce Corner North Water and Shawano Streets New London Wls 86 5 ! I O O IK ' ' ' !9 v , ' O O State Highways 26 and 54 ! S' F AY R. SMITH AND CO. ,IEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS Muslcal Merchandise Radlos Washers and Refrlgerators Dealers in O O O O New London, Wis. AS GOOD as the BLST BETTER than the RLST C M TRIBBY Hardware I ERI ILC TION OII STOX ILS R VNC ES I' EINC INK e ln Phone 193 u Revolt, enlors lm Blat Your Draanus Lomf True anfke 'VIN LONDON W5 5 +5 L,,z, -1 -1 , -,,,gg, ! : r I f 1 1 W ' 1 O O , 4. N . v . . , . , .' I .' . , , , We carrh' a complet i e of paints, varnishes and stains o o f' I I ' t Y J Q Div - X xxfg' GST' U Cdngratulatlons J U' to the -J X Graduates SPEARBRAKER S DRUG STORE New London, Wisvonsin 89 .y E, f I X I 'VX K , N .f I xx 4. xi f Q V M fix it 'X ,z ' vf y X - Q. A K' ,r-sq 7 Xlf ' ,J 1+ 'wr ry 'rib V ,f A , f V - ,. 5- , E 'N 4 x r V 4 9 1 ' if XV 1 vt f ' ' V VLJ, 1 A V ' V V ' V I f . 19 V ' V , Vi .f LT! 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X' U v, L , , . 1 , m V f 1 I 7 The Perfect Food Ice Cream Wlsconsm s F avorlte Manufactured 1nd dlstrlbuted bv Verlfme Dalry Products Co New London Xhseonsm The surest way to recelve a slzable salary check IS to QUALIF Y IN Accounting Banlslng Bookkeeplng Busmess Admlnlstratlon Secretarlal SCIENCE Stenography And other Commerull Subj cts ln the WAUSAU INSTITUTE o Business 1!llllllllSll'llfl0ll Wausau XTISLOIIBII1 Informatlon tn R qu st WJ . . I o 0 , 0 I . 1 . 1 . - C O O I A ' , I f ., , . , . I I 1 . v L 1-1 1 .fy 1 A C L s. . U I I O U - s s s A s I fl I 4 I V 11 V. ' I 1' 1 - i ' ' . . . 1 , C. AJIWQ M N ,, .X 1 'XY 454 e1w,f--ff -X 'Au 'J' ,X - 'f fivff 'g,,:,.- 1 f . ff' ' 'T ,ff ' ' 1 7 .ff f yy ' 4 W4 A A f 'N-. Congratulatiblis tothe s Class of 1932 ' ' k The New London Press Republlcan 9 1. Q-, f HJ 1 .Ui f f J .1 l 1 2 s x E' i N" s e se , e Q fi n N l - U - sl '1 COMSTOCK a COMSTOCK. 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