North Division High School - Tattler Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1918

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L LL, L L Wishing each member of the graduating class of 1918 I SUCCESS in his or her future pursuits E. A. HOW LTER UNION DRUG STORE 1120 WALNUT STREET l l i' ' 0 Five fir further particulars ro help answer questions coming E im and you. Address T f f f - - f --..----------H - f '-sale To the Class of '18 You now look back upon your high school days and forward to your life's Work. Your high school training has left its mark upon your character. If you have taken advantage of your op- portunities in school and formed the habits of Self Confidence and Self Re- liance, you can face the future With high hopes, for success comes to him who is true to himself and has the courage of his convictions. Officer and Directors Edward, A. Farmer, President L. E. Kilian, V. P. 8: Mgr. W. D. Gray, Vice-President National Ave' Office Carl G. Engelke, Cashier E. J. Kearney, Vice-President . C. D. Raney, Asst. Cashier 8: Mgr. R. L. Stond, Vice-President Mitchell St. Office J- Edgar R0be1'tS0n, Asst- Cash- Neil J. Gleason, Asst. Cash. 8: Mgr 8: Asst. Mgr. National Ave. Office Bond Department Aug. C. Beck John D. Bird Wm. Geo. Bruce Hugo Defuster J. E. Eldred jr. A. L. Gebhardt W. D. Johnson Chas. A. Krause F. A. Lange M. S. Sheridan F. L. Weyenberg Edgar L. Wood American Exchange Bank Down-Town Office Plankinton Arcade l National Ave. Office Mitchell St. Office National Ave. 8: Reed St. Mitchell St. 8: Third Avci ,l,..,,l 1:1-.-1-1 ::e:::1 1 17111:-V 1 :.-- - ......:.L:,-...-- . sz.-.-.-.-4. CUR ADS CLASSIFIED First class magazines have first class advertisers. This publication is made first-class by our advertisers. Give them what they have given US 'g IIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllll Page Art- Hreslel' Co.. F. H, .. ....133 Automobiles- Erlwarrls. Frank J. ....... .... 1 43 Milwaukee Briscoe Agency ....... 137 Roekstead, R. D. ......... .. 11 Automobile Supplies- Sc-hneirler. F. C. . . . . . . Bakery- Gehrung. Theo. ......,........ . Banks- Allll'F1l'5lll Exchange Bank. The... First National Bank. The ....... National Bank of Commerce. The. . National Exchange Bank. The .,.. Barberlng- Marien. Emil C. ............... . Pete's and Ka1'l's llarlwr Shop. .. Bicycles- Boehland. Paul. .. ' .... Goerke. Simon ...... .... Lippow Cycle Co. . . . .. .. Business Colleges- Badger State College ............ Hoff1nan's Metropolitan ....... .. Lloyd Commercial School ........ Maebonald Business Institute .... Milwaukee Business College ...... Milwaukee Commercial School .... Miss Brown's School of Business. . Spencerian .................... VVisc-onsin Com'l Academy ....... Wisconsin School of Accounting and Stenography , ........... . Camping Equipment- Iteed, H. C. Co. .... . . . . Candies- Bassler, Frank. .. .... Henning, F. C. .. .... Huber's ....... ,.., Jens, VVxn. F. . ..... Michelson's ........ Nelson, A. .......... .... . Palace Sweet Shop ...... .... Queen Confectionery .... .... Siegel. J. ........... .... . . .111- T1llema's ........... .... Ziegler's ..... . . Clothing, Men's Bacharach ....... .... Bagley. Bert Co . . . . . . Espenhailfs .... . . . . Gate-ly's . ......... .... Hahn Bros. ........ .... Hoffmann 8: Schnell. .. .... Hochschilfl .......... .... Loose. C. U. 8a Co. ..... Meyer. Chas. W. k Son. . . . . .. Sehuster's ............. .... Sindorf 8: Stein ....... .... Sisson QE Sewell ........ .... Stock Bros. ............ . . . . Toepfer X Bellaek ......... . . . . Zimmermann, Francis J. . . . . . . . Costumesef Renter, Herman. ..... . . . . . . Chiropractors- Ileese K Reese ....... . . . . . . Clubs- Atheue Literary Society .... .... Girls' Club. N. D. H. S. .. Palladium. N. D. H. S. .. Science, N. D. H. S. .... 132 133 6 151 127 4 132 138 132 121 147 108 10 122 8 2 1115 4 134 112 121 118 120 129 138 122 150 125 133 130 128 148 1 124 140 125 136 150 130 123 135 147 140 149 111 124 148 150 128 131 111 139 147 135 Page Dairy- Grimlley Dairy Co. . , .. .133 Union Dairy C'o. . . . . . 149 Dentists, Doctors- Gage. Glen A. .... . . .148 Goodsett. D. M. . ...150 Waisbrvn. li. .... . . . 122 Delicatessen- Parthun, Leonard. . . . . .132 Ivtlbt-'l1liiCk. Wm. . . . . . . 120 Druggists- Berg Drug Co. ... .. .147 Best, Rudolph .... . . .138 Braun. VVm. A. ..,... ...122 Luebke. Arthur .I. ...... ...128 Mohrhusen, VValter T .... . . .120 Mueller Pliarxuacy ..... . . .137 NQxlllllQ1St9l'. A. G ..... . . . 131 Sanitary Pharmacy. . . . . . 116 Shapiro, A. ........ .. .129 Sll0YVlllf91'. E. A. . . . . 5 Van Ells, A. J. .. ...130 Willule. Wm. H. .. ...120 Vllright Drug Co. ... ...142 Dry Goods- Kastrul. J. ..... . . .142 Kiefer, J. C. Co. .... ...131 Sr-huster's ........... ...140 Ziuunerlnann. F. H. . . .. .118 Dye Works- North Side Dye Works... ...135 Pietseh, Otto .......... . . .150 Electrical Supplies- Dewey . ................ . . .125 Electrical Appliance Co. . . . . .121 Engineering Schools- Marquette University ..... . . . 5 School of Engineering .... . . .107 Engraving- Cernieky. Ig. A. . . .. .116 Hauunersulith- Kortmeyer Co. .......... . . .145 Exodontists- Drainburg K: Vllandell. Drs. . . . . .111 Flowers- Eberfeld ........... . . . . 125 Emily's Flower Shop... . . .118 Kumnner, E. F. ...... , . . 134 Perstein .......... . . .128 Furnishings, Men's- Bacharach . ..,.... . . .124 Bagley, Bert Co. .. ...140 Espenhain's ...... . . .125 Hahn Bros. .,...... ...150 Hoehschild .......... . . .123 Hoffmann 8: Selmell ...... . . .130 Loose, C. C. Sz Co. ........ .. .135 Meyer, Chas. W. K Sons .... . . .147 Sehunk's . ..... . ........ . . . 137 Sel1uste1"s .............. . . . 140 Sehleiger'-Schulz Co. .. . . .142 Sindorf 8: Stein ..... . . .149 Stock Bros. .......... . . .124 Toepfer K Bellaek .... ...148 Wurlmft. Sam ......... . . .129 Zac-k Bros. ............. ...121 Zimmermann. F, H. ...... ...118 Zimmermann. Francis J. . . . . . 150 Furniture- Klug Furniture Co. ... ...142 Seven .g..e..:f -- -..- f--...f -- - --..---- 4. l Qulck and Good- The need of the hour is quick preparation for the business office. The instruction must be thorough. Thoroughness has made the MAC DONALD BUSINESS INSTITUTE the most successful business training school in Wisconsin. Over thirty years in business. Good the first year, good every year, good this year. Not how long We can keep you, but how soon we can send you out to good employment is our slogan. PITMAN SHORTHAND AND BOOKKEEPING CALL on SEND Fon PARTICULARS Mac Donald Business Institute ENTRANCE 307 GRAND AVE. 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D . . .126 Flanner-Hafsoos ...... . . . 124 Chudik Bros. . . .. . . .138 Nut Butter- Stollenwerth .... . . .142 Troco Nut Butter Co. .. . . .149 Groceries Office Supplies- Gleiger, Geoj k Co. . . . . .142 Becker, John C. Co. . . . . .144 1 oran, '. . ...... ,.,122 - scmick, 0. C. .... ...12o 09633251828 D 125 Schroeder Bros. .... . . . 130 0,-chest,-,Q-' ' ' ' ' Seeman- Frank -'---- H-132 N. D. H. S. ........ ...122 iejii-lIIllZD,K:xYiI0?abIlHS .... . . .138 Painting tliougej- n ..... . . .132 Spetz. T. K Sou .... .. .126 Hardware- Patriotic Ad.- ' Gross, Ph. ...... . . .126 W. S. S. ....... . . .152 gneskgd J. EO. . . . . .115 Pefllinlltv h sl 132 ug w. 'o. .... ,.,126 le oc a 'l0Ij.... Koruely, Geo. VV. . . . . .130 .- Kfaus- Ed'Yil1,,fT ---- ...131 Phlggffrggggio .............. .. .124 Schneider, I+. L. . . . . .132 Heinrich's Photo Studio. . . . . . 125 Ice Cream- Kohler Studio ........... . . .134 Bassler, Frank. . . . . .120 Miller. Hel-111. R. ........... . . . .116 Bendfelt's ...... . . .126 Rice Studio .................... 111 Butll.. J. R. ..... . . .118 Photo Supplies- ulilennueg, F. C. .. ,, ,129 lxilwaukee Photo Materials Co. ..148 ens, m. J. . .. ,,,, 122 eimers. Henry .. ............. .138 Luick ....... ...... 1 24 Plano Lessons- Mansfield ....... ........ 1 35 Christensen School of Popular llbiiafkelsonk .....,. ,,,, 1 11-150 Music ...................... 142 e son, A. ......... ...... 1 25 Printing- Palace Sweet Shop ,,,,, ,.,. 1 A33 Broadway Press. . . . . . . 141 3:1992 CIonfectionery . . . . . .130 Cernicky, Ig. A. . . . . . .116 G89 , . .......... . . .128 Restaurant- ,yeWe1,.y- Kalvs . ........ . . .111 B211'kan's .......... , , . 128 School Supplies- Bunde R Upmeyer. . . . . .150 Bossier. Frank .......... . . . .120 Erhardt. Robt. W. . . .. .121 Burgardt. C. A. A Sons .... . . .124 Erhen. J. .......... . . .135 Caspar, C. N. Co. ....... . . .122 Fox. H. ........... ...116 Corporation .......... ...124 glnhn, 0. L.18: Co. .. ...129 Ling. Yun. F. ....... . .. .122 ammersmit 1, H. ,, . 144 e ec en, H. Co. ....... ...148 H9IltSC'h9l. A. G. ....... . l ' Seminary KCI ls'J- Holzbauer. Jos. .......... .1 National P11-rk Seminary. .. .. .125 Knlppel, A. J. 35 Co, ,,...A. ...124 Sheet Metal Works- L0g9lIl3I1ll. G. 8.x Sons Co. . 137 Hammann. Wm. ...... ...116 Reeder, Edw. ............ . I :111 Shoes, :?hl'f3ihf4I'x Albert G. ...... . . .120 Guenzel k Lucas .... . . .115 M2929 - LIPS- Alltlust J. . . . . . .118 Hatemeister. Wm. . . . . .120 :re llnlalner Bros.. ...... . . .115 Kress Shoe Shop .... . . .128 fg GYQP, Archie ............ . .135 Peschke, Robert .... . . .126 Knitting- Rutz. Paul W. ....... . . .148 Globe Knitting R Jobbing CO. .H120 Victoria Boot Shop .... .... 1 38 Apparel.. Shins, Renagrinii- 125 tr 'A ..v... H rensen. ............. Bl.en'fa21,S U I l I I --... . ...... 108 Modern Electrlc Shoe Repair myrmrs . ..... I I Q' M121 S shop ....................... 111 Gately's ..... 'AU' "'13 isflli- N .Y .... 6 Lauer,W.J. ......... .........116 gfgnmkfgk' House' ' ' ' ' - -137 Smelting and Reflninz- Schustefs HHIZ Z IIZZ-. .. Federal Smelting 8: Refining Co 129 Laundering.. ' ' ' Sporting Goods- Eastpm Hand, H 1 Burghardt. CAA. 8: Sons ......... 124 O. K. Laundrv, ' ' gollege Athletic Supply Co. ..... . 150 V h -, ----- -- ewey .................... ...125 Mfg n Atlantic' '-'-' - - -- -115 Electric Appliance Co. . . . . .121 Li'12E:33i"f1'?J. , Goerke, Simon. . . ...... . . . 121 M hf' aiv UVVUIYUIE Co. .. ...147 1E1leg1t0l2V. P311 A. ...118 ac me ks- ie ec en. .C . .. ...148 Cun1iskey':rEdw. F. ..... . . ,116 Stationery, Etc- O Mimnery- Biersacll. Albert C. ...... . . . .129 B' b Q A I Talking Machines- Bg:zhf'l:LIIQg . Z- .. Kesselman-0'Driscoll Co. .. .. .129 scnackeli, F. M. . ' ' 'ug TH! C0-'P , . ,, gtollmwmqh U. 2:2142 Tlhamous 'lea Lo.. lhe .... . . .129 Migglxgkgfgef- 1 11535-1er's Tire Shop .... .. .130 Motor Wheel-' ' ' ' " 22 Ty1i'S8iJ3Ie'Ef".IEn c c 144 Lippow Cvele C0 ' ' O' ' . - . - - . . . 147 Water Purifiers- Mevmz Pictures- Ozone Co. .... .... . H146 Columbia lheatre ............... 125 Wiring Homes- Musip- , 1 Home Wiring Co. .. . . .128 Wisconsin Conservatory of Mu- Woolen Mills.. sic ............. , ............ 10 Leeds Woolen Mills .... .. .139 Nine -o-v-.-.-.nu-v-----.-,-..-.-.-.-.-. Y --- - - -- - Y ---"J - - , ,-Y , ,-. , ,--.,,,,-.-. , ,-.-.-. You Select a Business School But Once- Be Sure It Is the Right One We do not "guarantee" to prepare you for business, or teach Shorthand by any lightning processg but We DO guarantee to teach Short- hand in the briefest time possible consistent with THOROUGHNESS. Pitman Shorthand, taught by Mr. A. V. Smith, gives you the best of everything in Shorthand. Write for Catalogue CHOFFMANNJ Metropolitan Business College WATKINS BLDG., Cor. Third and Cedar Sts. Grand 1538 DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS , , .Y , , .-.,, , .Y --, H411 1-1:--1 1 g :-:,1,.-.-- 1 :::l..- High School Students-Attention i5l'H112ii11 QlH115l21'lIEITUI'g JVIILWAUKEE'S LEADING SCHOOL nf illiunir Offers to the public the very best opportunity to obtain a most thorough training in all branches of JVIusic and Dramatic Art. OVER FIFTY EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS Tuition Rates 50c and upwards Pupils may enter at any time SUMMER TERM COMMENCES JUNE 24th Get Our Free Catalogue STEPHENSON BLDG. Phone Broadway 3962 V l A real- a needed SERVICE With this car the business man can crowd his days fuller of accomplishment. With this car the farmer can farm more acres because it makes trips for him in minutes that formerly took hours. With this car the American family can find health and relaxation when the day'S Work is done. With this Car--because in econ- omy it is ideal for business-in size and comfort and performance, ideal for all that a good motor car is good for. f..,b. S 0 5 5212333 "' F"5ifiS"" 1 9 Y.liil'Z"' R. D. ROCKSTEAD 148 SEVENTH ST. Phone 1747 Wisconsin Distributors Factory Address: The Allen Motor Coll an Fostoria Ohio f x u "Wg L-J 9 , o o YLV' Eehiratinn Un ar heunteh frienh amhi nzpiring Iearher, mlm Ihrnu ly ly g er ngmpathg anim zeal, has ginen life in shelves nf huatg hunks-in Minn Ellen 31. Mrimthn-we hehirate this Gfaitler Members of the Faculty Bliss Brown N112 Braun Nliss Martirl Vice-Principal Blaisdell Nliss Griswold Bliss Drew Mr. Stephany Bliss Henilca Rlr. Krenerick Nliss Roberts Miss johnson Bliss Cropper Dir. Van Horn Mrs. Zimmerman Fourteen fi 91 rfQ,t',fQ1ovi' 'I an Members of the Faculty VCU Nliss Smith Mr. Goetz Blrs. Noble Blr. VVerner Bliss Blassee Bliss Griffiths Mr. Cra Bliss VValker Miss Roethlce Bliss Suckow Bliss Finan Blr. Schoenwetter Bliss Kessler Blr. MacKinx1ey Fifteen ef- , . Sixteen all 43, . vm, .0 W v . , """ - N, P""v ,,,,.,,f--f U 'iw 1 PIL A I Ah! Svvninra! By E. sl. H., '18. When we entered dear old North Side, Four long years ago, We solemnly said that we would make This class the best, you know, When we were Seniors! We eyed with envy the Senior 's D. T.'s CFreshmen don 't get 'em, you knowj, And when they "lorded" it o'er the Sophs, We thought it great-till We were the show. Ah! those Seniors! We watched 'em lolling in the halls, And snoozing in Assembly A, With only Physics, and Burke to read, And a Senior theme-mere play! - Oh! to be a Senior! And now we!ve reached our goal at last- We are the Seniors of 'Eighteeng We've snoozed and lolled, and written themes, And we've shouted out till we 're nearly green. We are Seniors ! Farewell, North Side! Farewell! No more Shall detentions make us stay, Four year-s.we've spent in play and toil- Hark! What does Alma Mater say? 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A :W2:'...,V7?'-'. .45 z,,'-Wy? ' 'W ' ' V - - rffb'-'55 V - - V V ,..f5s+is'fm .. VZVVV g22.ifi:q.fg..g.iV"Vx - V ' V -V-V 'V .X f'Vf,'V 1 " f,1figz1'..sff. fpygf- -...,gV.'Q'..:.V:...- 5 -.Q V ,, '1KV'1'yr , 'VV . .. V' V'fAe'5gf"'fL .HZ QV V VR! 1, .QL.-QQ'iVe..x:- 356141 Sf.. .Sli - SJ Kiwi' , gm ,IA ,Minn gn 7,. affwl . ,G CLARENCE G. EHRLE. Classical Course, 35 years. Valedic- torian, 96 per cent, Palladium, Tat- tler Staff, Senior Ring and Pin Com- mittee, Senior Committeeg Senior Play, '18, "Tho ehrlo birfl ra-ffhfs the worm." RAY PAULUS. Science Course. Track, '16-'18, Senior Committeeg Chairman Senior Tattler Committee. "Oh well for htm whose will is strong!" ELIZABETH S. HERSH. Elective Course. Sec. Dramatic Cluhg Scenes from Shakespeare, '16, New Year's Play, '16g Xmas Play, '17g Sec. of "Systematic'Savings Society", Capt. of Knitting Co. C, Senior Play, '18, Senior Tattler Committee. "Would the little woman be half so great If sho were six foot tall?" ANITA RUNGE. Classical and Science Courses. Girls' Clubg Tattler Staff, Musical Comedy, '17, Capt. of "Mac's Thrift Clubg" Capt. of Knitting Co. Mg Senior Play, Senior Tattler Committee. "Her cheeks are like the blushing cloud That beautzffios Aurora 'S face." JUSTUS SCHEIBEL. Elective Course. Palladium, '17-'18, Treas. of Palladium, '17, Tattler, '17- '18, Senior Play, Chairman Senior Tattler Advertising Committee. "To joke tndeecl's no joke at all." N3 f flag ' Seventeen 0 ml X .,.. ' 'M ix' V W ,,,.-"""z' ., " ,, W... """' ,ff hw, x , , 5 PM ,.. f G N5 W Eighteen NORMAN LESHIN. Elective Course, TSV2 years. Lincoln, Circulation Manager Tattler, '17-'18, Senior Tattler Advertising Committee. "A good bool.: is thc bcst companion." ADELE WIGGENHORN. History Course. Tattler Stall, '17-'18, Sec. of Girls, Club, 718, Senior Play, '18. " Wish I ,rl been born a man-child, free to fare Ufnhtindcrod through. the w01'ld's wide pasture." LESTER A. PASCH. Science Course. Senior Play. "Wh,ato,cr ho did was clone with so much case, I n, him alone 'twas naitiwal to please. " MARTHA FEDER. Science Course, 315 years. Science Club, Girls, Club. "Common sense- 'tis an uncommon thing." RALPH SPETZ. Historical Course. Track, '15- '18 g M. N. D., '15-'18, "He sets the best foot forward." . - .. WM, ..,..... 'hu V A KA aww ,,.,.--" at V .mb 'Q 4-:ix C ,,..,,f Ax? x 'fi HENRY ROTHBLATT. Elective Course. Sec. of Lincoln, '16- '17g Pres. of Lincoln, '17, Censor of Lincoln, '17, Tattler Staff, '16-'18, Advertising Manager, '17-'18, Senior Committee, Alumni Board, '18, "Ambition has no rest." LILLIAN M. SCHEUBER. Normal Course. Girls' Club, Capt. of Knitting Co. J, '17-'18, Senior Play Poster Committee. "Deeper, deeper, Im' Us foil In the mine of l.'nofwIerlgo." ELMER C. KLUG. Commercial Course. Th k " an Sg'1V1l1g' Pa- geant, '15. "Happyisl1c who through the medium sees- Of Clem' good sense." ESTELLE F. BECKER. Normal Course. Girls' Club, Capt. Knit- ting Co. J, '17-'18, Senior Play Poster Committee. "A worker through and through." ' GEORGE SCHMIDT. Elective Course. Track, '15-'18, Foot- ball, '17, M. N. D. "The word impossible is not in my dictionary. ' ' RNS M Nineteen ,ff .Q, A Y w - ,..,..,---f' 'ls-M K ....-.---- E ' ,M Q ALFRED W. SCHNEIDER. Science Course. Track, '15-'18, Foot- ball, '15-'17, Chairman of Senior Committee, Pres. of M. N. D. ' 'A good af'fim1,is ncvm' tlwowu away." MAY E. KILIAN. Commercial Course. Girls' Club 5 Choral. Hlil'fI'llfl1iHfIl71f'I' I would have, but when it llf'IJPl1fl.S' Not on the numbor, but the choice of frivmls. " EARL D. MILLER. Elective Course. Track, '18, Managing Editor of Tattler, '18, Pres. of Thrift- agorean Savings Society. "An honest 'ma'n's word is as good as af bond." ESTHER F. ARNDT. Science Course coln, '14-'15, Thanksgiving Pageant '14, Tattlcr, '18, Girls' Club, '17-'18 Capt. Knitting Co. G. HB0 good, my dvar, and lot who will bo 4"Ir'1vor." MYRTLE CATHARINE PCENISCH G' l ' Club Science-Normal Course. ir s Lincoln, Musical Comedy. "Not proud, but sweet those eyes Lilrv stars sparkle in tho skins." . Choral, '15-'17, Lin- - -- .,-,..,,.... ,.,...... ...ff 1,551+-Q 'L - ,,, N29 'Y M' f r. "":: " 'W may Q5 ANlTA M. KNOLL. Science Course. Senior Pin and Ring Committee, Senior Committee, Sec. of i'S.O.S." War-Savings Society, Mus- ical Comedy, ,175 Girls' Club, '16-'17g Pres. of Girls' Club, ,175 Sec. of Camera Club, '16. "Gaze on-'tts 111170111-fl!TIIULOOII,S tip and cheek, Mantttng beneath. its carzwst brow of thought." FREDERIC GRAF. Science Course. Track, T16-'18, Senior Vaudeville, '17, Tattler, '18, "A true word needs no oath." DOROTHY STEIN. Science Course. Girls' Club, Musicale, ,18 "My heart ts a free and unfettered thing- A wave of the ocean, II b'Zl7'!l on the wing." WAIJTER PORTH. Elective Course. Pres. of '4Sum" Thrift Club. "He will not follow u'lwrf a rule is shown, But loves to take a mfftlmcl of his own." GERTRUDE E. HELLER. Science Course, 35 years. Thanksgiving Pageant, '15, Cantata, '17, Musicale, '18. "A frtrfnrl to att is sim." kat Twenty-one 'KN' wr - - , A ---MM-PM P, N Twenty-two NATHAN RUPPA. Science Course. Football, 'l73 Tattler Staff, '17-7183 Senior Play, '18, "You www' 4-an toll what a man will do." BESSIE MAYER. Commercial Course. Girls, Club. "Frim1r1s llama 'I manly, and Mile." IDA MAYER. Commercial Course. Clloralg Girls' Club. "Fl11'f1llIl.' favors the brave." VVlliLlAM H. TRETTIN. Science Course. Pres. of Science Club, '18g Pres. of Columbia Loyalty Club, '18, "Thy purpose firm is cqrual to the flcvflf' FLORENCE KARGER. Science Course. Girls' Clubg Science Clubg Lincoln, '15-'16. "He is a fool who th,in7.fs by force or skill To Ii1l7'7ll the current of a woman's will." 1-fm' .,.. , CLARA KOLSTER. Classical Course. Tattler, '16-'17g Pres. Girls' Club. "What is the little one thinking about? Very 'wonderful things, no doubt." ARNOLD ANSFELD. Science Course, 3M2 years. Thanksgiving Pageant, '15 g Palladium, '17- '18 5 Pres. Systematic Saving Society, 'l8g Senior Play. "A soldier of the soil is he." EDITH JEAN WAX. Science Course, 3 years. Dramatic Clubg Girls' Clubg Senior. Play. "Drink to me only with thine eyes And I will pledge with mine." HERBERT WOLTER. Elective Course. Football, '16-'17. "No sigh can reach h' im who dreams the heavenly dream." ARTHUR WEINSTEIN. Elective Course. "A learned man can onli b J e under- stood by another learned man." NW g X i M V A l . Twenty-three Q M, ff., Nw' .- M' ' g.,.,., ' ' A r. Ni felt ,V .. Y '1".venty-four ROSE RADIN. Science Course. Girls' Club. "How goodness brightens beauty." EARL R. BRANDAU. Manual Training Course. Vice-Pres. of Science Clubg Tattler, '17-'I8g Asst. Manager Football, '17g Track, '18: Track Manager, '18g Chairman of Senior Play Poster Committee. "A good friend -is better than gold." MYRTLE H. GOLZ. Classical Course. Girls' Clubg Capt. of Knitting Co. I. "Worry, worlf and trouble?" Those things concern me not." NORMA RIEMENSCHNEIDER. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Capt. of Knitting Co. Ig Pres. of Senior Girls. "Tho blessed are they who but live to blessg Site found out that mystery, long ago." IRMA C. JOHNSON. Normal Course. Girls' Club, '16-'l8g Senior Play Poster Committee. "She 't'llfd0l3Il must be descended From the Vlllndllg rare of old." if 'f ": !Ahxx " W ' A-. ' DENNIS GUZZETTA. Classical Course 31 , fl years. Palladium, 717-7 ' 1 18, Tattler, 17-'l8. "A popular applause! ufhat heart of man Is proof against thy sweet seducing eharms?" CARLA A. PESTALOZZI. Science Course. Choral, '14-'155 Lin- coln, '14-'15, Thanksgiving Pageant, '15g Treas. of Girls' Club, '18, Capt. of Knitting Co. G, Tattler, '18, "Ask me no more whither cloth haste The nightingale when May is past, For in your sweet divicl' 1 ing throat She winters and keeps ufarrn her note." DAVID CHARNESS Classical Course, ISMZ years. Pres. of Palladium, '17-'18g Tattler, '17-'18g Track, '18g Senior Play, '18, Senior Four-Minute Man. KIT he noblest task is to command one's self." ANNA LILLY. Elective Course. Girls' Club "Whenee is thy knowledge? Hath thy toil 0'er books consumed the midnight oil?" ARNOLD DOBBERTIN. Elective Course. "Speech is the gift of all, but thought of few." he my l ' ct. T wenty--iive l Wk ,ff "A V' wr V . ..,, MICHAEL E. KUNTZ. A Elective Course. Scenes from Shake- speare, '16g Senior Vaudeville, '17. "Jesters do oft prove prophets." ROSE SKOLNIK. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Musicale, '18. "Quiet, fmmlest, and denture." ELMER KRIEGER. Elective Course. Track, '17-'18g Track Manager, '17 5 M. N. D. "A little body cloth! often harbor a great soul." NORMA C. HARTMUTH. '16g Treas. of Dramatic Club. "Ever gentle, sweetly smiling." "J CHARLES JAHR. Elective Course. NWhat care I for the usual?" Twenty-six Elective Course. Shakesperian Play, M FRANCES L. GRINDER. Normal Course. Choralg Thanksgiving Pageant, '15, "Quiet talk she liketli best, In a bower of gentle looks- lVatering flowers, or reading books." ELLA H. HERCHER. Classical Course. "Learning is labor, call it what you will? ALMA OLP. Normal Course. Girls' Club, '16-'18g Capt. of Knitting Co. D. "What she wills to rlo oi' say, Seems wisest, disereetest, best." 2 ANNEMARIE PFUHL. Elective Course, years. Girls' Clubg Science Clubg Choralg Senior Play Poster Conimitteeg Scenery Commit- tee. "Much have I traveled in the realms of gold." CHARLES HOLVEY. Science Course. Tattler, '17-'18. 'KK'7l0ll'lCflg6 is powerf, mai f 2 S 4 is , ieli Twenty-seven . M gg, me .,,, -- A 1 v- 'W ' ws A . .Me--'f""'f 5--' ' " --new -"" can 1 'G X M57 ELVA BREITKREUTZ. ls' Clubg Science Clubg Pres. Bolivar War-Savings Soci- ctyg Capt. of Knitting Co. O. Science Course. Gil' "To those who know thee not, no words can paint! And those who know tlieefknow all words are faint!" WILLTAM LUBARSKY. Elective Course. Thanksgiving Pageant, '15 77 Q . "Aye be as mei'i'y as yon can. LUCILE MATASEK. Commercial Course. Girls' Club. "A maiden fair, serene." SAUL E. BILLER. Science Course, 3 years. Lincoln, '17- '18g Science Club, '17-'18g Treas. of Science, '18g Palladium, '18. ' 'Employment brings enjoyment. ' ' JACK SERGRODSKY. Science Course. "Care and diligence bring luck." Twenty-eight . mem., H gkiiv Q- . ,, ' Um A "' "' . -" ' ' - Q I - ' fix M ' ann ,,, L ABE FRIEDMAN. Classical Course, 35 years. Palladium, '17- '18g Tattler, '17-'18. "Fortune helps them that help them- selves. " D LEO RESNICK. Science Course, 315 years. "Happy are they whose annals are blank in history books." CARL A. BADE. Science Course. Science Clubg Pres. Dramatic Clubg Tattlerg Senior Play. "A little nonsense, now and then Is relished by the best of men." CHARLES S. JACOBSON. Science Course, 3M years. - "A merry heart doeth good like medicine." FRED A. POLESKY. Science Course, 31,5 years. Football, '17 5 Palladium. "A lark? Why then Tm there!" Twenty-nine 5.4. AA XXX ffl! XX -- V . . , 1 " Q- ., 'A va '. ff. wa , N,,..... -LN, . " 4 EG S7 Thirty Sl ffl! GOLDIE U. MISVVALD. Science Course, 316 years. Science Club, Girls' Club, Choral, Musicale, '18. "Tlu'ro are none of you glad as I." CALVIN F. DROEGKAMP. Science Course, Choral, Football, '17. "Ladies applaufl mo with clapping as fine as slaoumrs that splash in a musical wall. ' ' VERA R. KULLMANN. Science Course. Girls' Club, Science Club, Lincoln, Mnsicale, '18, Senior Play. 'fflavc you fozlnrl your life distaste- ful? My Ziff' did, and docs, smack sweat." AARON L. WEISS. Elective Course. Palladium, Science Club, Vice-Pres. and Sec. of Lincoln, '17, Shakespearean Play, '16, Thanks- giving Pageant, '15, Senior Play, '18. "Must I then zmraurl my u'0a'vecl-up follics?', JOHN SHAFRIN. Science Course, 31f2 years. Senior Play, '18. "A good sport-what more wantwe?" li ii li mli 1 ----gf-,,,....J:ffr ,, f it ,V,, , ,,,,6A, cf I .tg Lx JJ! MAX SETDELMAN. Elective Courso. Svuior V2lllll1'V1llO, '18, 'AAU uwrl' and no play inmlffs Javk a dull lmyf, GUISEPPE UIMBER. '18 Science- Coursv. f'llO!'Ellg Track, '17- 5 Senior Play Postfer Committee. "His 'is ihaf mzlsirf io wlmsc func T110 comnzmz pulsw of man kcavp t'inm.'l M. AARON DERZAVITZ. Elective Course. RW years. Palladium, '17-'18g Vicv-Prvs. Palladium, '17, "Lads will bv mm." Rx? 5 XX U Sf' Jgfflll F- A mi A N 1 4 MAI- nf ,Md N -a X . , 1417, ,f -mm .U M nm I -1 wlimxad- ff. Th 1 rty- one wfn,M,wb Q99 vr "W ' 'I M -. 4:33--" ' 1 ---A'-'M .Zag-,- nan, iq Miha nf 'IH By Marjorie Werner. My name is Bibs, and I am a little-oh, no, not now-but at one time I was a little bit of a fellow, all puffed up and feeling terribly important. I started life on the first Tuesday in Septem- ber, 1914. I say started life then, because, although I had been alive for many months, I first entered the house of my Alma Mater at that time. I didn't enter alone, though. About two hundred and fifty humans called "Freshies" escorted me hither, and together we explored every nook and corner of that wonderful edifice called N. D. H. S. Cfor shortl. And so we started our life as Freshmen. The trials and events of those early days still linger in the memories of most of us. Those hard-hearted "stale" freshies and "sophs", with their many schemes, always ready to play havoc with us, certainly tried to make life miserable for us that first week. However trying these times may have seemed, we passed through the crisis successfully and soon found ourselves adapted to the regular conditions, while all the time I kept growing larger and larger. The days and months passed uneventfully, with the exception of a period when I walked on stilts. It was called the Hfootball season." Track season came and Went and our first year was ended. We returned in September, and with renewed efforts pursued our work. The football season passed with very little ceremony, and I remember clearly that I had grown large enough to abandon my stilts. Following this came the Football Dance, in which the football men proved that they were not only "stars" on the grid- iron, but were also efficient social Hbearsf, In the month of June I called my associates of 1914 together and we made a wonderful plan. The result was that our Alma Mater won its first city meet and came in..second in the state meet. This championship track team held within it three of the freshmen of September, 1914, namely, Spetz, Schneider and Schmidt. Thus passed the second year of our career at North Side. I worked hard that summer, rallying my friends to do their best and they did, for the football team followed the track team's exam- ple and brought home the first football championship to North High. Having done "my bitf' I quit work for a brief period and-ah, er- the track season ended with our boys "pulling down" second place in the State Meet and standing third place in the City Meet, after which I solemnly promised not to slump again. The end of our third year found many of the alumni in the service and left us would- be Seniors. I have never felt that I was really forsaken, though our ranks were noticeably smaller when we returned to work for the last lap of the race. And now, my friends of 1914 shall soon leave Thirty-two . - , ,,,,.. Ng?-Ny, v ,,,. .. , ,,., M 'e'..,, ' ' 2 VM C -----' ""' "'A' ' """ . ,, , , rg me. They will pass out of the doors of our Alma Mater, and I? I shall go with them to urge them on in their hour of need, and yet I shall always haunt the house of my Alma Mater, my North Side High, for I am that uneonquerable, unquenehable feeling-the Spirit of the Class of ,18. .. i Uhr 6911115 mag tu min Louis Berkoif, '22. It takes a little courage And a little self-control, And some grim determination, If you want to reach a goal. It takes a. good deal of striving, And a firm and stern set chin, No matter what the battle, If you 're really out to Win. You must take a blow or give one, You must risk and you must lose, And expect that in a struggle, You will suffer from a bruise, But you must not shrink or falter lf a fight you once begin Bn a man and face the battle That's the only way to win. A - wg in e -if-g R-1 Jlik 7 X . tgihfv Ff5XxN V, T k -X: . ., -7-,ge-"N " -eg ff' , T YT? E45 X Y ff? E, L a iz? Thirty-three NN 4 luff"""f4...f 4,.f-f"f:e" A Ma, ns- H I Thirty-1 our lihgmea in Svminra "Jiggers" wencall him, a bright little lad, He runs on the track and he's not very bad. In a race we must say he 's certainly no fool, For he manages to watch it, and run and keep cool ilifi- A jolly maid is Gertrude, Just full of fun is she, Her lessons are mere pleasures, And great some day she'll be. 1-.i.l?-1 Myrtle is a jolly girl, Loved by every one, For never in a single case Was she opposed to fun. .l,,,l.i-l- At drawing Earl sure is a shark, He always did get a high mark, At other things, too, He has proved himself true, And he 's always on hand for a 'llarkf' ,li-l-i A grand young grind is Jus Scheibel. A dictionary he carries, and is liable To learn it right through, And soon prove to you He could memorize all of the Bible. Adele Very often declares That of physics she knows naught, nor cares, And yet, when she 's seen, In her nifty machine, 'Tis surprising how well she fares. lil- Clarence Ehrle's a regular shark- Cicero he translates in the dark, Trigonometry, too, CJust between me and youb Is for him nothing but a great lark. mh,,,,,Q gg-'21, up . , . an 1 ,Aw ' Wm C. ,?s,....., nan C9 Gllaaa Hrnphfrg W By Anita. Runge and Elizabeth Hersh. Have you ever visited a town so quiet that you could hear your- self think while you sauntered down Main Street? If you have, you know what Medville is like-under ordinary circumstances 5 but on a certain memorable day, the twenty-fourth of August, it received the shock of its life. A Medville banker and philanthropist, Mr. Alfred Schneider, had been shot Cnot dead, of course, that would have been too tragic-Medville could never have survived the shockb. Mr. and Mrs. Schneider had been entertaining distinguished guests at a week-end party. The guests, who were a congenial lot, had thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Mr. Schneider, who was interested in revolvers, as well as in banks, had retired to the library with one of the guests, Guiseppe Cimber, celebrated composer and concert pianist. Then-bang!- the guests heard a shot and rushed to the library whence it came. They commanded the butler to open the door and found Mr. Schnei- der lying prostrate upon the floor. Two specialists, Drs. Norman Leshin and Dennis Guzzetta, were summoned from the city to attend to the wounded banker. These learned gentlemen announced that they required the services of two trained nurses to assist them. Accordingly, Dorothy Stein and Rose Skolnik were notified that they were to come to Medville. When it was ascertained that Mr. Schneider would live, al- though his condition was such that he could not speak, the question arose: "Who shot him?" Suspicion naturally fell upon Mr. Cimber, since Mr. Schneider had been last seen with him. He had been placed under arrest and the trial set for August thirtieth. Three times had he been tried, for the fair-minded judge, Earl Miller, had not been convinced of his guilt. Thus it happened that Cimber was given one last chance, a fourth trial, in which to prove his innocence. Our city editor, Henry Rothblatt, had sent us, on each occasion, in our capacity of newspaper reporters, to write up the events of the trials. We were glad that this was to be the last trial, for we were growing tired of the affair. Mr. Schneider's estate, Glenallyn, was situated on the outskirts of the town. Because the mansion was spacious and the courthouse small, the trials were held in the drawing room of Glenallyn. The beauty of Mr. Schneider's estate was not to be surpassed. Small wonder, considering that Raymond Paulus, architect, had planned the house, and that Frederic Graf, who had proved himself a true artist in the task, had designed the interior decorations, color schemes, and furnishings. The harmonious beauty of the mansion itself was en- hanced by the romantic gardens and velvet lawns surrounding it. Mr. Thirty-five xv .. -fa Maw., ,QE 4 " x c ftv' if-M -- Q Schneider had been quite extravagant in engaging two most exclusive landscape gardeners, Mr. Leo Resnick and Mr. Arnold Ansfeld. When we 'r7Eiclfeii"'GThE'llyn, we found'i"f1?'f'erowii-offcurious on- lookers already assembled. Officer Dobbertin admitted us into the drawing room where the trial had begun. The butler, .Elmer Krieger, was testifying. "Min and Mrs. Schneider were giving a week-end party," he began. "It was a very hot day and the guests preferred to stay indoors. Mr. Schneider and Mr. Cimber, who are interested in re- volvers, went into the library. About half an hour later-I-I-heard a shot, seemingly coming from the library. -The guests heard it, too, for when I reached the library, they were gathered around the door, afraid to open it. Then I opened the door and saw-Mr. Schneider lying unconscious on the floor. The room was in disorder, the chairs were overturned, and a pair of vases were broken, on the table lay a revolver and a rag, which had probably been used to clean it. The ladies screamed and Mrs. Schneider fainted. Just then Mr. Cinrber entered. He seemed to be agitated about something. He was shocked when he heard what had happened and said he had not heard the shot. We left everything in the room exactly as we had found it, and im- mediately called up the police." When the butler finished his testimony, all eyes turned toward Detective Ruppa, in the expectation that he would cross-examine the witness, but the shrewd detective said nothing. Next Mr. Schneiderls private secretary, Norma Hartmuth, was briefly examined. Shestated that Mr. Schneider had summoned her to the library. When she entered, she found Mr. Schneider and Mr. Cimber in a heated discussion. Mr. Schneider dictated some business letters to her, and then dismissed her. A few minutes later, she, too, heard the shot. Again the people turned toward the detective, but, as before, he said nothing. The subsequent testimony consisted of accounts given by the people in Mr. Schneider's employ. Miss Pestalozzi, Mrs. Schneider 's social secretary, Miss Scheuber, the governessg and Bessie Mayer, Mrs. Schneider's hairdresser, were briefly examined, After these came the testimony of the head cook, Edith Wax, and that of the chauffeur, Charles Holvey. VVhen the guests were called upon to testify, a hum of excite- ment arose. The Schneiders entertained frequently and their guests were always distinguished persona.ges. The first to be called was Elva Breitkreutz, the noted beauty-doctor. She had gained fame because she had discovered a method whereby noses could be re- modeled to any desired size, shape, or color. Then came Clarence Ehrle, eccentric millionaire, who was preparing a book, entitled, "The Heavenly Lot of a Hobo." In order to obtain the necessary material he traveled from city to city on a freight car. The other Thirty-six . '4"3f'w.,.. , 923' I im A-S. ' - TQ guests were called upon in turn. There were Mme. Arndt, successful prima donna, Anita Knoll, founder of the Knoll Kindergarten for Infant Prodigies, the pupils of which were invariably ready to enter college at the age 0 six, Herbert Wolter, founder of a new religious sect known as the "Holy Croakers", Professor J. Scheibel, who taught "Modern Osculation" in a university, Fred Polesky, Charles Jahr, explorer of the upper regions, who traveled from planet to planet, and startled the world with their accounts of the strange beings they found dwelling far from our mundane sphere, Clara Kolster, who presided over a physical culture studio, where she taught members of the fair sex how to become tall and slender, Norma Riemensehneider, who was studying domestic science while her hus- band taught her domestic silence, Myrtle Golz, who made her fortune by allowing Saul Biller to use her picture to advertise his new patent medicine, "Biller's Body Builder", Charles Jacobson, wealthy pro- prietor of the "chew-chew" gum factory, and Ida Mayer, efficiency expert. While the guests were testifying, we glanced about the audience. Earl Brandau and Annemarie Pfuhl were busily sketching Cimber for the next edition of the '4Medville Morning-Glory," While William Lubarsky, newspaper photographer, snapped pictures of him. This proved most difficult, for Florence Karger, the sutfragette, stood directly in front of Lubarsky so that the long feather in her hat persistently tickled his nose. A n Q When the guests had furnished their testimony, the pianist was called upon to testify. He appeared very agitated, but after a word or two with his attorneys, Adele Wiggenhorn and David Charness, became composed. His story was very brief. He related, as he had in his other trials, how he and Mr. Schneider had retired to the library. The banker showed him a new revolver, purchased from Jacob Sergrodsky, the munition maker. The revolver was a new one, just on the market, and did not require the pulling of a trigger to set it off. "He didn 't tell me how the revolver could be discharged, but continually polished it, " continued Cimber. "I left him soon-and- and-went outside. Later I heard the shot. When I reached the library, the other guests were already there. They said-he had been shot." Then Judge Miller called upon Detective Ruppa, who led the way to the library. The detective ordered Cimber to place a dummy in the chair, precisely as Mr. Schneider had occupied it. Then he placed the revolver on a book Cthat was where Cimber last saw itj andbcommanded the shades to be raised. "When I entered the library fthe day I was given this easel I noticed some pieces of burnt cloth. I had them examined by Martha Feder, the chemist. She reported that the cloth contained gasoline and kerosene. Mr. Cimber stated that Mr. Schneider con- Thirty-seven -- uh.. , AY?-W' V ,.,. - ,1fff:'f'vn- , ,,.,..... fl!! Q l tinually polished the revolvers with a greasy cloth. When Mr. Cimber left the room, the revolver and cloth were on the table. If you will observe, the windows in thc library are of very thick glass. The day of the accident was very hot-as you all remember. The sun shining on the cloth ignited it. The heat caused the revolver to go off. Mr. Schneiderls back was toward the revolver. The doctors have ascertained this by the course of the bullet. A demonstration will prove my words. VVill you kindly step into the hall-for safety's sake?" The hot sun, shining on the cloth, caused a little smoke to arise. Bigger and bigger it became, and suddenly burst' into a flame. A minute later a shot was heard. Rushing into the room, the people found the dummy on the floor with a bullet in his back. Though the pianistls innocence was apparent, the jurymen left the room to form a verdict. Among them were men of importance in Medville. Aaron Derzavitz, the manufacturer of the "Everall" automobile, Abe Friedman, proprietor of the general store, George Schmidt, who was married to his wife and post-office Cmostly wifej g Ralph Spetz, instructor of athletics in the Medville High School, Michael Kuntz and William Trettin, owners of a soda fountain, Walter Porth, of 'LPorth's Peerless Peanuts", and Max Seidelman, owner of the "Medville Hotel: '25 cents a night, 10 cents extra for Water in the water-pitcher., " The foreman was Calvin Droeg- kamp, of '4Cal's Of Course" haberdashery. The jury returned shortly, and gave their verdict, "Not guilty." The pianist was so delighted at proving his innocence at last, that he invited a number of us to a dinner and vaudeville show. We entered a big taxi, driven by Frances Grinder. Our destination was Elmer Klug's restaurant. In the doorway stood a tall, grave personage, the head-waiter, Arthur Weinstein. Behind him, on a high stool, sat Ella Hercher, the check girl. The dinner was most excellent, and was daintily served by Myrtle Poenisch, Lucile Matasek, Goldie Miswald, and Gertrude Heller. Elmer was noted for his good fortune in employing the prettiest girls in town. On my right sat Alma Olp, the principal of the High School. Opposite me were seated Estelle Becker, mathematics teacher, Anna Lilly, head of the Bookkeeping Department, and May Kilian, Shorthand teacher. ' The vaudeville show was owned by Rose Radin. She managed her theatre-and her husband-and proved herself a capable manager. The "male quartet", consisting of Carl Bade, John Shafrin, Aaron Weiss, and Lester Pasch, caused the audience to go into convulsions- that is, almost, not quite. Vera'Kullman did some swimming stunts that made Annette Kellermann wish she had never seen water- to swim in. Irma Johnson completed the bill with exhibitions of graceful trapeze work. Wearily, but happily, my companion and I returned to the city-and an irate city-editor. We had completely forgotten about papers and press, and the editor had delayed the paper three hours so as to get our write-up in that day. 091' gg' It fhlairlkl , 9 u -i 1 Ufpmg 1- I no I-rfmp. I C l , K... it By Dennis Guzzetta.. at X l ,M rl ,mx WV' Y 1-5' r ' I . . i 1 I 16, vt '. 1 xy! S lil' We who have loved you long and loved you Well, Symbol of Beauty, prototype of Art, Treasuring within the holies of your hearts For evermore the ancient sibyl spell, Woiilcl fain acclaim you, hail you, fain would dwell Upon your lofty and heroic part 'Gainst those dark powers that aim to change the .chart Of all the World, with force intolerable! Now in your hour of bitterness and need, Our hopes and prayers are with you. May the old Spirit of Roman valor stir your lines Firmly against the Vandal hordes to hold. Wliile to your aid tl1e spectral legions speed North with the winds across the Apennines! -Clinton Scollard. Italy, sunny and beautiful Italy, that nation famous for science, art, and architecture, the daughter and heir of ancient Rome that has given civilization and law to Europe and to the world, is now also engaged in this gigantic struggle for liberty. Her union is not complete nor l1er freedom secure. She is not safe in her own house, for the keys to her doors are in Austria's possession, but she will Hght until she regains those keys so that she can hereafter be safe, united, and forever free from war. Italy is bound to make her voice heard in the world, to take her share in the government of it, and to do her share in securing its freedom. V Why Italy Is In the War. Italia 'lrredenta-Italy unredeemed-is a picturesque phrase which expresses a simple truth. Beyond the present political fron- tiers of Italy, but adjoining them, there still exist many territories Thirty-nine ',a,,,,, sms s .. ,, -f- ' xl li'-ffq' 'fl 1 -" " . .4'Q-1' ' f C ---A"""" 'M ' ,r"'+... urls 3 A . A inhabited by people who are Italian by nationality, language, his- tory, and culture. These territories were Italian for centuries, but a century ago they were forcibly taken from Italy, they are still Italian in heart and feeling, and they are awaiting the day when Italy shall once more be their mother and guardian. Italy gave up these territories and accepted this situation not in the sense that she abandoned these territories, but in the sense that she consented that they should be obedient to Austria, and, in addition, she became an ally of Austria and joined the Triple Alliance. Italy observed this alliance as long as it maintained those peaceful and defensive characteristics which had caused her to join it. ' 'This was Italy 's situation when the war broke out. Italy knew her allies too well to be deceived. She knew it was not a defensive war and, therefore, she announced that she would not take part in it. Italy then declared herself neutral and, by so doing, she ren- dered a great service to the allies and democracy. "But," says an Italian writer, "Italy has not claimed and will not claim any grati- tude from the Allies for this, to enter the war on the side of the Central Powers would have been something like a physical im- possibility to us. It might have meant an internal revolution if the government had chosen to engage the nation in that course, but no Italian government would in any case have made Italy the ac- complice of a deliberate aggression on the peace of Europe, of a war waged for the purpose of imposing hegemony of one nation on the World." Italy kept this neutrality for nine months and, in the mean- while, she carried on negotiations with Austria concerning the un- ,redeemed provinces and the frontier. There was a great risk in Italy's neutrality. If the Central powers were victorious, what would happen to Italy? They had the keys to Italy's gates and could rush down upon her and take revenge at will. This was the demand of Italy if 'she should join them: Would Austria and Germany give her the frontiers which she could defend and behind which she could be safe and free? Austria and Germany answered that they would "give some- thing some day after the war," and who can not be happy and content with Austria's and Germany 's promises? As I said before, the Italian statesmen knew their former allies and could not be deceived. Italy did not know what to do at this time, but when she heard of the inhumanity of the Germans in Belgium, Aerschol, Andenne, Poland, Serbia, and invaded France, when she heard of the das- tardly deed, the sinking of the Lusitania, her mind became fixed. Italy had not anticipated or expected such things, but, seeing is believing, and she made up her mind that if the German methods of warfare were not in accordance with law, humanity, and civiliza- Forty N"ybody Here You Know? Ort ... -ln, wa -Ml, I 'Q W yy ,. . -me ' " . '-'M Auf' ' A '-"'-' " A an-nu ' ' l .al F lf tion, she would fight against Austria and Germany. And thus a writer has said, "For the freedom of her unredeemed provinces, Italy had been content to wait. For the freedom of the world, she saw that she must strike.. By her great decision, she did honor to herself and to the cause to which she gave allegiance." Ita.1y's Aims in the Struggle. Just after Italy had entered the war, many voices were heard declaring that Italy purposed to gain territory. Italy has never kept her aims a secret. Has not the Italian press both abroad and in this country been filled with articles on Italia Irredenta,-the Adriatic, Trieste, or has Italy ever said that she entered the war for democ- racy? The war for humanity and democracy did not begin until after the Belgian invasion and the Lusitania disaster. If it is a wrong for Italy to desire lands that are Italian, then it is wrong for France to want Alsace Lorraine. Italy 's chief aim is to liberate territories inhabited by oppressed Italians. She desires to regain all the lands between the Adriatic and the Julian and Dinaric Alps: i. e.,'eastern Friuli, Istua, along with Trieste and Fiume, and all Dalmatia. Italy must gain these territories and supremacy of the Adriatic if, in the future, she in- tends to be safe and united. Let us not forget that Italy is killing two birds with the same stone. While Italy is 'trying to accomplish her aims, she is also fighting the enemy of the United States and, therefore, of democ- racy, for Austria-Hungary gives Germany the compact strength of Mitteleuropa. To win this war Mitteleuropa, composed of Ger- many, Austria and Turkey, must be dismembered, and this can be done by aiming a knockout blow at Austria. Italy 's mission in this war is to strike Austria to the heart-the heart of Prussian im- perialism. The Present Crisis in Italy. Cadorna was carrying on the war very successfully, fighting against both the mountains and the Austrians, when suddenly some- thing happened which almost caused the destruction of the Allies and their cause, for, if Italy had been overcome, the Central Powers would have had a back-door entrance into France and could easily have defeated the French, who were by no means well-prepared, before help could come from America. This event, which almost proved fatal, was the subjection of Russia by Germany. It has always been Germany 's policy to hold her nearest and strongest foes and to attack her most remote and weakest. Therefore, with Serbia, Roumania, and Russia forced into neutrality, she naturally turned her attention to Italy. The Russian situation had permitted the release of forty-seven Teutonic divisions from the eastern front, which were immediately Forty-two 'XXX XR ,' H-,,,,,.- ..... - nun' ig set on the Italian frontiers. With a great force, Germany and Austria struck, and they struck hard. They drove the Italians back to the Piave, paying dearly for every inch of land they captured. But they went no further, for here the Italiansraised the cry of the French at Verdun: On ne passera pas-Da qui non si passa. The Italians, inspired by that battle cry, have fought With in- domitable courage. They have kept the enemy from capturing beautiful Venice, noted for its architecture and art. This is the crisis now in Italy, and we may rightfully call the situation "The Battle for Venice." , t Ita.1y's Future. Italy has always meant and always will mean a great deal to the world. She is the guardian of the western civilization, the bridge between east and west, and the home of art. Destroy Italy, and the best of the world's art, its sculpture, its music, its architec- ture, its poetry, its letters and science are destroyed. Thus, Mr. Butler says, "Gentlemen, we can not strike out Italy from history, unless we are prepared to wreck the world." The future of Italy and the rest of the Allies is at stake in this warg but the Allies are almost sure of victory with our glorious Republic on their side. After victory, Italy will hold a higher posi- tion in the estimation of other great nations, She will be a free, united, and everlastingly peaceful nation in which art, science, and commerce, as hitherto, can pursue their steady course. Sf, nur. ,Q ' " -' . 1 ' ' 'A 1 ',Eilff'b: '-I f sf - 'f'F'VVi.'.5,-fit'"",-i'I:,gfi: 'FS . 'inf'-iii C --57:34 "QE+2.: A FifZ4fAfP1 'fil et ati -" EH YE-LD-2 use RFIQN-1'I'1"' Forty-three . -mx -V " ,ff 'Er' . "'3?f-'M',,., T' 2. 7' mf f wma ya ,,,,.,,..-M' l r "IBB Z'Llhriftg" L-ouis Berkoif, '22, "Be thrifty," is a slogan, Which every one should heed, So help and serve our nation In this great hour of need. The nation in this crisis Has turned to you for aid, Are you going to be a, slacker, Or do your bit and save? In this gigantic struggle We are fighting for the right, So do your bit as you ought to do, And help win this great iight. David Charness two hundred pounds could gain, But the secret he would not reveal, The question is, "Why does he refrain?" If he tells us we vow not to squeal. A business man is Norman, - Get some ads he surely can, And many more things he can do For our circulation he did plan. Student! Save that dollar! Waste not a single cent, But give it to the Red Cross- Then 'twill be wisely spent. ,- 'Z J- ' 4 SFU f Y'4"5g!gll5f"! il ., . Av f fi",,,,- ' IIL7 F W , f 5, f f f 4 ll, , , ' , of f X -:iff 552 .1 W X X t f if if Def-,seems 4 X Forty-four 'hz' Srninr prn-illilv MYRTLE POENISCIII. m X77 f "-v-M-V-46, Ziff., -,4,.,..---fjjjj :iii gQ2'w""f-4- cz-....a3fi112ff '---f 4 -'-f E , M 'H Q R' ,157 f ,T , 1 , , W, V E T ,,, ,,, ,,, E ,,.,.. , . Q North biclo girls scam to bo a niorry lot. Myrtle bolongs to that class of girls who bv- lievo in Hlflllgll-H-lOf.l7 Her blue f-yos ai-0 al- ways twinkling, and hor tongue evvr ready to pour forth wit, AARON IJERZAVITZ. HF2litl1fl1l, true and sinccro to all," is Aar- on 's policy, and it is this attitumlo of his that will bring him out on the top in tho groat race for suvcess in life. EDITH VVAX. Edith wants it known that slu: halos to chow gum. Wo Woul1ln't lu-livvo it, cousiclvring how thoroughly sho clicl it a month ago. Wlu-n Edith isu't studying she's cooking. Sh-sh! Sho hates to sew. GITISEPPE CIMBER. Vimlwr has shown up quite well in athlotics this yvar, Ilowovor, wo hopv lic' clovs not look lJ?if'li upon his past oarvvr, as he clitl at his acl- versarivs on tho track. H0 has also provorl himsolf a composvr, having written our now school song. FRANCES GINNDER. Francos' ambition is to grow tall. But cliovr up, Franvos, you'll got thvrv yot. 'l'li6ro's one consolation in lifting small: you can Oasily hiflo hehiufl a big, tall porson, anfl so vsoape living callml upon by the toaclivr, Soimltiinos it works -anfl somotimos it YTOESIIQT. GEORGE Sf"HMIT'l'. George vaults all obstaclos, This ability has boon obtained through pvrsist.ont work on the track. Tllf'1'l' is ono Schmitt left. Watch him grow. orty-tive A Forty- six , X., ..,--I-H' H ,,,. V .-H ,f . ,. f ., .... yqff'--w, ff """ " 'Ulf A ,, . C .f,f, , gVy IAIA , T. 1. 1 A . V f lllYR'l'Ll+l GOLZ. If ever there was a jolly good fellow, it 's Myrtle. Consequently, her friends are by no nieans few and far between. .llTS'l'lfS SCHEIBEL. -lustiee in the "greasy grind" of this class. He has won this honor through persistent ef- forts. l-Sut even, -lustiee is a real ainiahle chap, without a clouht. NORMA RlElXIENSCHNElDER. lJoesn't Norma make you t.l1i11k of the pic- tures of Red Cross 11lll'SOS'? Like theirs, her face is an iinlioatlion of the tenderness and coni- passion in her heart. ABE FRIEDMAN. Alw was a niatheniatics shark and a. good stu- dent in all his Classes. He has earned this repu- tation through earnest toil. ALMA OLP. Alina never wastes her time. You may he sure that when she isn't studying she's occupy- ing her time advantageously. Her labors are rewartleil. too. North Division honors those who eeaselessly toil. CHARLES JACOBSON. Vharles is one of those good-natured fellows who drown our little troubles with their cheer. He has a ready wit and a carefree mind. X X ' .,f17' M., G21 ,., -. ,---, --'- M, ,Mg-ew' 2 ' WW' Z if Y - W g'2,3?"'jZJfLi'1f11If"'77 V --f-ff f -4' ,.., . "Z K' J Z, 5 , RAYMOND PAl'lll'S. He really isn't so feroeions as his growling' voiee leads one to suppose. Moreover, that same growl has given many hits of wit and wisdom. ANITA RUNGE. Anita has happy prospects for tl1e future. She is constantly told what a beautiful grand- mother she will make, with gray hair. lint that is11 't worrying her-just yet. RALPH SPETZ. Ralph has obtained a nation-wide reputation as an athlete. He has left the marks on many a einder path, enveloped himself in a cloud of dust, hut invariably emerged in the lead. IRMA -I OHNSO N. Shiftlessness is not one of Irma's bf-setting sins. She never fails to do her duty. Perhaps if we were all so eonseientions, the teachers would not grow gray so early in life, ELMER KRIEGER. Elmer is a regular fellow. Through uneeas- ing toil in studies, athletics, and dancing this young chap has plaeed himself in the ranks of society. GOLDIE M ISWALD. Goldie is irresistible. So sweet and plump and good-natured is she, that just looking at her will cure one of the worst ease of blues. Forty-seven 'MH :?7:::1g:2221fi'?f51 -"f--'- --""" i A, ,,, A ol-ty--ei ,fm 2 IIICNRY R0'l'lIlSliA'l"l'. 'l'hc" untiring. pi-rsistont 1-fforts of this young busin-?ss inan haw givvn our school paper the financial support in-etlml for tho sucoossful pro- niotion of such a publication. lCH'l'l'IEli A RN l Yl'. Esthvr intvnils to talw up nursing as a voca- tion, anil wi-'rv surv sho will be a. splvniliil nnrso. Just ons- suggostion, Flstln'-rl Why not sing to your patients? 'l'hat would work soun' inirac-ulous curvs. EARL IJ, Mll.lJI4IR. Sonic individuals are systonlatic, practical and havm- the ability to ilo, or lwttvr than that, tho ability to get ilonv thc things desired. Our vditor is one ol' those' fvw inilividuals. MAY KILIAN. In so diversified a class as ours it is natural that we find some girls who are vxaniplos of what ww all ought to bi-. May never asks questions that nialio us nnconifortable and wish wo Wt'l'0I1'i what we arc. JOHN SHAFRIN. -lohn is a veritable fun-nialier. Fortunatv arc thosu who surround hini, for lic makes lifc onv round of plcasurc. John can bc- serious, too, whvn ln- fi-els it and stuclirs away as a, Senior ought. C ARL A PESTALOZZ l. This inaitlen's disposition is as sweet as her voice-. You coultln't quarrvl with Carla if you triotl. She is one of tlioso thrice and four timvs blessed onos who go through life with a song on their lips, and a happy heart. ROSE RADIN. Rose's name is quite appropriate. She goes through life with a retl, reel rose on either cheek, and talk about laughing! Shes always smiling, not grinning either, but a genuine, l'n1-happy-a ren't-you smile. i'l.ARENl'E EHRLE. Clarence is all that l1is nanie implies. He 's the "earliest bird" in the Senior class. and he isn't afraid of work. Give hini a piece of work and he 'll wade right in till all you eau see is his eyes. Of eourse he 's a tease-but then. all boys are! ANITA KNOLL. Everyone knows and likes Anita, She is a splentlitl specimen of the new type of woman, not that she lacks the traditional femiliine eharnl Cquite the eontraryl, but she possesses unusual intelligence and capability. Mistake me not, reacler, Anita is no "goody-goody," for if anyone loves fun, it is she. FREDERIK' GRAF, The art world has found a new wonder. Have you seen Graf's work ill the last issues of the Tattler? lt took us a while to find him, but what a find! He has obtained his versatile abil- ity through patient toil. He is an athlete anal active student. CLARA KOLSTER. Poor Clara! Shes all broken up at the thought of leaving' school: she lovesl ?l it so! And yet Cniirabile clietuj, at times she eannot refrain from indulging in her usual "Tee, hee. hee," in spite of that sadness! EARL IQRANDAU. Earl is one of the 'l'attler's lnost faithful workers, He alone has handled most ot' the art work, iuitil the advent of his assistant. U ff " " " J: ,,,,, ? .Z11:.1,.1 ..,.,..,..' Q ggij:.gii.,L1 .,,..,... 15",g,g,j,i,5Ei':,..1.:::f:":'...g..:Q,4,,,.VV .,1,:,,,,.,,,, 7 ,....,,..,,,. 1 z.:..... ..., :::..::."L?i:f7ff'1 ....,. .Til . . , 7 ,,,,,,,., W... Y '-.. W fl- y f-f'f 0 5 ,y lima f Z 2 QM 2 V' 2 " am. QM Z Fifty WAl1'l'lCH l'0li'l'll. VNv3llll'l' always looks for tho shortest Elllll host way. This Cll?l1'Htfl4'l'lSlll', togotlwi' with his IlHllIl'til lll'llllElIlCy. ll2lS 111ad1- l1i1n onv 0f0l11'lJl?Sl Stl1'illlIllS. ANNEMARIE PFll1IL. littllfllll tho vlass linguistl Latin, l'll'0l10lI, Hllil G01'111a11 l1old no tv1'1'o1's for tl1is dauntloss 01111. of whom wo can vatch hut few gli111ps1-s because of tho II'lOl1Ill?ilIl of hooks which is in- variably piled up in hm' a1'111s. ICLMER KING. ll"illl10I' is a lI10Ll0St and 1l4'lIlll1'0 boy, H6 has t'so11111 lint-" XVllCll crowdvd i11 history. W0 all likv Ellll9l', bvcaiiso of his kind Hllll congenial 11a,t111'e. LIlt'lLE MATASEK. SOIIIP girls can't say 11102111 things to save tl111i1' lives. Lucilv is Ollll ot tlliilll. Slu-'s al- ways laughing illltl l111ggi11g you thy you. ll mean the girls, of courscl. tlllll you just can't hvlp but grin. Lucilv possvssvs most wonder- ful eyes. lt' you don 'tl lwlivvm- llltt, look at, her pl1otog1'aph, LESTER PASl 'II. Some lady llltlll l Tho lady we do not k11ow. But you cannot convince us that a boy who wears those nifty suits Hlltl tivs is not upon tho trail of the fair ouvsl LTLLIAN Sl IIEUISER. lXlEltllllll1tlllCS llilV0'I10 l0l'I'0l'S for Lillian. She Kl01'S11'l like to admit it Cwhy are bright stu- dents so basl1ful?D, but sho gets a ten almost Qvvry day. II01' things are always in 01'fl0I', a11d make some of us guilty ones ashamed. Pass the secret along, will you, liillian? -mfg WQZMW7.. ,,,, ,,-- Tl- . ,, W 'Wy' C -,....,..- .,... --, J V - will we ADELE VVIGGENHORN. No, really, Adele isn't as fond of embroid- ering as she appeared to be in the senior play. She prefers driving automobiles and riding prancing ste-eds. CHARLES JAHR-. Charles is always quiet, dignified and courte- ous. Judging from the abstracted air with which he strokes his chin, we must conclude that he is a deep thinker. Perhaps he will rival Aristotle! VERA KULLMAN. Vera is a disciple of Annette liellerman. ller free and easy stroke is indicative of her gentle disposition. Her smile is capable ot' eheering the most downhearted, AL. SCHNEIDER. Al aided in winning our three athletic cham- pionships. Ile studied the way he played foot- ball. He was a model student. GERTRUDE HELLER. Some girls can make friends faster than wa- ter flows down a hill. Gertrude is one of those lucky individuals. She's liked by all, and likes everybody, wheresoever, whatsoever and when- soever. ARNOLD DOBBERTIN. As fine a gentleman as you would hope to meetg a quiet, reserved, modest individual is this man Arnold. Fifty-one 'W i' Fifty-txvo Harm, 1, , I ,,,, C,,.,..,'-----' ,,,... ....----4f - ' ' , -7?"i'.,5 --,,.., ' L it Q. .i:,,l , ., A ....,, ,,, , ,., .. ,A., ISESSIE MAYER. lf you think it's a lot of fun being a twin, asli: llessie. Shell tell yon-and in a lnirry, too! Bessie loves to stnfly-oh, no. clon't ask her. for she's sure to say UNO!" DAVID VIIARNESS. Dave is the oratoi' of the elass. We cannot criticise the fanltless. Our inadequate vocabu- lary is nnqnalitiefl to praise him, Nuff Sed! VVM. l,lll1ARSKY. Nvllllillll has cleeimlell to follow fllly profession other than farming. lle ohjeets to Miss Fon- lan's 1-ross examination into his knowledge of farm niaehinery. NATHAN RUPPA. An aetol' eertainly lealls a, gay life. We have all seen what has happened to Nathan sinee the pivoclnetion of the Se11io1'l'lay. Vile thought the hero and heroine played their parts well. l+'l.llliEXt,'E KARGIGR. When it eomes to doing' a favor for anyone, Florence is 'ti-iglit there." tNow, ladies and gentlemen, please llon't all take advantage of this 2lllIl0llll09ll1K'lll.D ROSE SKOLNIK. Rose is rather bashfnl, and when told she would appear in a silhouette pietnre, said, 'tWell, at least l look well in the ll2l1'li7ll lint we know she looks well in the light, too. Yes, she's small, hnt when we see a pair of sparkling eyes and heai- a laughing voice, we clo11't think alxont size. ff 'u v 'W' 7. WZZZQ 'i mt E lil MICHAEL KUNTZ. Mike is always ready to help those in trou- ble. He is a congenial ehap and we all enjoy his friendship. DOROTHY STEIN. Of eourse, it's monotonous to hear all the girls in the elass described as being gentle, pleasant, cheerful, sweet, et cctera, but what other attributes can we ascribe to Dorothy Stein? MARTHA FE DER. tfonnnon sense is her middle name. She can make us all sit up and take notiee, however, when a witty remark is in order. Martha, doesn't waste her words. She says what she has to say, and if she has nothing to say-she keeps still. ELIZABETH IIERSII. Here you behold not only a promising young actress. but a, budding literary genius as well, although one would think a young lady ot her size would be content with one talent. FRED A. IFULESKY. Fred. otherwise known as "Lena," is some all-around inanl As a basketball player and student there are few who can compare with him. And, speaking of versatility, Fred is sonic dancer and can hold his own with the ladies. CHARLES HOLVEY. t'harles has learned niueh in High School. His 'teuriosity bunipll is magnificent. He has learned through asking questions of those who know. Fifty-three , Iggy afxinyfw 155' ' 5'4,f'j"?',,.2 "4 ' 'J ""'f V-gg A Vw Wy.. ,W f-V-AQ V V ., ,. -M1 f, W: .. am ,,' , V 'Vg V' VV ,V ff iw- .,,, ,,-...,- --ff '-N A,., ..-' V' 4 , . :rv '-f,- f r N ,.,.,...,.. ' """' " ' ' V in 'f - . f ffff V if ef. 6 Fifty'-ffhlll' FALVIN lJROEGKAlXll'. A star in football anal soeiety, and au enter- tainer through his wit aml humor, is this man Cal. IDA MAYER. hla loves to have a lot of fun-but she be- lieves in work before pleasure. Vlfork has no terrors for her. CARL BABE. Farl is in a class by himself, We clo not un- tlerstanfl him. We mlou't, believe he umlerstamls himself, Through hard work he has built up a reputation as a worker and a brilliant stu- dent. He is now having' a good time on this reputation. MAX SEI IJELMAN. Maxis bluffing faculties have had a hard strain through svhool. liut he gained in experi- ence, for he was steaflily improving. ES'l'ELLl4l IEECKER. Uno of those people who remind us of our New Year resolutions, We resolve to be neat, and get tens, and Clean our desks, andgbut we 0an't all be Estelles. NORMAN LESHIN. Norman has been on the jump for ads. The results of his efforts are plainly visible. His stlulies also show that this boy has the 'Qlzooclsf' .. . - -...---J' f7"f-wwfwfifa -..MM , A M, .,,, ..,.. , M- -b,- fb, ff.. 1 , CQIQTQQ--V-gy-51-11i11:f"1" H ,V -fj""f'f""h'!' gg- , H .... 1 As "-' ::":x,:,,:--if ,,V-. . --" - -'--'---"vv - "V"","-' - ,,.., ,, -, W,-W W- Wm Z i 2 5 Z Z, mms . f jew? Wm NORMA lIAIi'l'llIII'l'H. A girl always ready to help, is Norma. She dot-sn't do much talking-wise girl, but when she does she says things worth while. lf you ever have the blues and want some one to listen to your tale of woe-go to Norma. ARTHUR WE l NSTE IN. Perhaps some of the less observing ones did not know Weinsteiii was a hustler, but he has proved himself such of late, especially in our Senior Play. ELVA BREITKREUTZ. Elva possesses a vast amount of that mys- terious thing called personality, which fact partly accounts for her remarkable ability to declaim. ANNA LILLY. Anna. is a, modest student. She doesn't make a Ulot of noise" and her intimates know her to be a. thoughtful, considerate friend. WILLIAM 'FRE TT IN. This gentleman is one ofthe really alive ones. Proof: He succeeds in keeping awake in phys- ics class. Nay, moreover, so interested does he become that he actually asks questions. SA UL ISILLER. Saul is a hard worker. He has helped in many school activities without a word of objec- tion. Fifty-five Fifty-six W my ,, ,,, HIM! AARON WEISS. As you look at this silhouette, you can not consider Aaron very "vveiss". But we assure you he is Mwise' Cas all professors of physics arel. He's extremely fond of dancing, and just loves eandy. IIERl1ER'l' WOLTER. Whitey has been one of our star football players the last few seasons. It was great sport to 'vvateli him reach up into the clouds for the forward passes. His entertaining physics recil tations were appreciated by his classmates. DENNlS GUZZETTA. Ile is like a young deer, or a bird, or-Well, anything that's quick, alert, and thoroughly alive. Dennis is one of those who are not oon- tent to remain in the common herd. Wlieil sueh ambition and such brilliant mind as his are combined, you never can tell what may haqppen. ARNOLD ANSFELD. Arnold deserted North Side for life on a farm. He's very particular, is Arnold, and Wouldn't stand for a "milk and water uni- versity." How 's a "milky farmfl Arnold? ELLA HFIRCHER. And Ella! The very inearnation of good na- ture! No amount of Mr, Van Horn's teasing can make Ella sulk, What would our Vergil Class have been without her? JACK SERGRODSKY. "A faithful friend is better than gold." He was a, friend of all. "Owl" Gl'igg's, a HQITPISY g'riml" .......... . Prof. Altlvn, M.A,, l3.l3., IDl'0l:l'SS0l' of 1lllySll,'S. .. llopv Aldon, llls rlzulgglltffl' ..,.................... Violvt, sm-rvant :lt Altll'llSl lmousv. .. The Senior Play "The Sophomore. " CAST UI" f'IlAllAt"l'l'IliN. Robert SlPXVEll'l, tlw Sopllomore star full-lmvk. . . .Nutllzm linppn "limi" Kt'llll0ll.X', captain of tlw tvzim ....... . ...lwstvr Pnsull "Hwlfly Sims" I . . . .Moro S017ll0lll0l'l'S .... S t'la1-vllcv Elll'l0 at Y' ,'f A -1 I A i . Ixmlt lgrllllllhltl S 2 John ghafrm Ul'lllSl9l'll l:l'0XVll, lIlilIl?l,g'l'I' ot' tllm- tvmn.. ,... llelvitl lllli-ll'llKtSS l.ivi11g'sto110, lwzlrl coacll ot' tlu- lvtllll .... . . .Arnold Ansfvltl .Justus Holm-ilwl . .Azlroll NVQ-iss ' .Elin Hvrsll 'Aunt Mary" Scott llhlzltivvs of Altlc-msg Allitil Rlulsw 't'o11sir1Mz1til1l:1" llwiggillsl lA4l4'le Wiggellluorn ... ..E4litl1 XNHX l"il'Ly-svven -. .tuzwl xr . ,, -H-'a , wana, W--'H-ff' l K I Uhr Smiur Flag , Anyone who was fortunate enough to have witnessed the won- derful ability of our Seniors as actors in the Senior Play, "The Sophomore," do not regret the time so spent and I am sure there were many who were disappointed that it was not .longer. The pleasing effect of the scenery added wonderfully to the play. This all important part of any production was skilfully accomplished by our artistic Seniors. As to the characters, it would be a hard proposition to find two actors who could have better depicted the character of "Aunt Mary" and "Cousin Matilda" than Anita Runge and Adela Wiggen- horn. Nathan Ruppa, as the star fullback, played his role as full- back excellently, but when it came to the social part of his "per- formance-Well, just take a lover and his sweetheart, place them by themselves in a secluded spot in the moonlight on the bank of some beautiful lake, and without their knowledge take a moving picture of their actions, and such a love affair could not rival the love affair between Elizabeth and Nathan in the Sophomore. Justus Scheibel played his part as the "Greasy Grind" so perfectly that of late he has very unappropriately been nicknamed "Our Greasy Grind." Justus cannot be classed as a grind, but he is an "all around" student, as his acting clearly showed. The spirit of the play was upheld by the timely cheering under the leadership of our versatile valedictorian, Clarence Ehrle, assisted by John Shafrin and a number of our Seniors. Aaron, as the Physics Professor, held his own with the rest. Lester Pasch, in the role of the captain of the team, could not understand how Physics could interfere with foot- ball. David Charness, with his two-foot bow tie, and goggles fully a foot in diameter, was the clown to be sure. His sputtering and stut- tering kept the audience in a continued uproar. . It is a good thing for Edith that the Senior Play is over. If she had had to play the part of the bold, slangy Violet much longer she might have had a little trouble in her English class. With the unexpected financial success and the great success -in-general of the Senior Play this year, I am sure that the excellent .counsel of Miss Marie L. Smith, the director of the play, will bear fruit in future years and induce the following classes to choose the much more satisfactory Senior Play in preference to the Senior Vaudeville of previous. years. The cast, the Senior' class, and the school as a whole, take this opportunity to extend to Miss Smith their overbounding apprecia- tion of the wonderful success of her tireless directing. Fifty-eight 1 I A ,5 ' V. L V. .X - I: . ., , 2 5 U Y ., ,' A . f -1 D g A .1 .- A. A 6'-1 A" Q1 -.1 'As-QQ! MH ..A6Q5sfg3.. '.?2.,, A mia A751 Aim f - -. J-z 'A ' g -PA . A. -- ' 3. TJ ffigp-A . '- - A - jf ,---irfiffn, :gA.'.-r.-5'-Q-if .I .A 5.5395 My -23A:",g.f'- .fAn,fr-A'-'L-9:-1-'A 4. ,.5,,,,- ,K - .hun A153 Aw, .A,fr.,,,-3 IW.,-?.,.,. ,, ,A ewf .,4 k ,, ,..55.s.. ,., Aff., ,..,,,-- . K? 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The roar of the cannons increased more and more. Granny crouched in her corner and cried: "Ah, mel Raoul! Raoul I" Amidst the roar and tumult of battle the sharp little ears of Jean detected a light knock on the trap-door of the dugout. He very cautiously-yes, very cautiously-moved toward the ladder and listened. HJean, my little brother, make haste. lt is I-Raoul lu URaoul! Raoul!" whispered Jean, 'Ll shall open." Very slowly the curly head of little Jean showed above the door. There he started in horror. Raoul, Raoul Was wounded. Wliat could he do? Little Jean 's courage was larger than his tiny arms, so he suc- ceeded in getting Raoul into a safe place. "Dear brother," whispered Raoul, "these papers, you-l can Fifty-nine N ,my QNV v -'fr ' 'w-?t?'f'f . W'-'7 - , Q , to ...Q ' H not-imp ortant-. ' ' "A dispatch!" thought Jean. Why, I'll do it, I can do it-for France. Raoul, I'll take them. Where?" Soon the little fellow was ready. Oh! how granny begged. But J can? He was willing. Old "Nanna" was harnessed and soon Jean was on his way. How the bullets whizzed, and how afraid Jean was! But then, he said, "I mustn't be afraid. It is for France." The company marched on, tired and dusty. It was a weary task trying to locate the rest of the troops. Suddenly they halted. There in the middle of the dusty road lay J can-poor little Jean! "Poor baby!" cried one of them, kneeling beside the limp little form. "Poor little fellow! I have some home, too. But look!" he suddenly exclaims, "he holds something in his hand." Picking up the thin little hand of Jean, the soldier drew the dispatch gently from the little fingers. Jean had done something for France. There was not a man in the company who did not weep. Some were thinking of their own little ones at home, others, pitying the brave little lad who had given his all for Fra11ce. "Brothers!" said one of them, "just another little life gone, another baby sacriiced to 'Kulturf May all of us, every one of us, stand up and fight-yes, die-to prevent the recurrence of this thing!" Still the cannons roar, but little J ean? Has he not given his all? May he, and all the rest of the little Jeans, find peace in the land where there is no cannon 's roar, no strife, but everlasting peace! Iilil- An GDM in the QP!! By Request. The boy sat in his cozy seat, Failing the teacher 's frown to meetg For 'twas the morning after the night before, And he longed for the bell to ring once more. And when at last he heard it ring His fears abated, his heart did sing, He laughed with scorn and thought it a lark, For hadn't he just escaped a low mark? Oh!'Bell, how many dost thou save From misery and a studious grave, Thankless thy task and valueless, Worthy of many an ode and caress. Oh! Bringer of tidings, ringer of joy, Thou hast been the saviour of many a boy, Toil on, and daily let thy ring Hope and relief to some student bring. Sixty ' . 4"??t'wv TI.-. if 4 V ' , warmer. P M--H---I-f-M ""- 15991119 An Untimely Story of Peace and Paradise. By Heinz Roemheld. FIRST saw the orphan Pygmy in a schoolroom. His Z head was bent over the book that told thewell-known Ze story of a cow: This is a cow. See the cow. Do you see the cow? But his eyes were undoubtedly Y- , t centered upon Helen, the mayors daughter-as 'MW fair as Helen of Troy, and as fickle. Nor did Dear Teacher notice him, she was thinking of a certain carefree indi- vidual, a university student, who was coming to spend a few weeks of vacation with a chum-the elder son of the mayor. CYou see, Lloyd was one of those towns in which the mayor was one-half the population-long live the mayor lj. And Helen and Pygmy had that morning discussed the teacher's mood, but had decided they could do nothing to help her unless a good opportunity presented itself. Pygmy had already deduced that Master Eldridge, to whom many of Miss Mercides' letters were addressed, was the cause. So it was rather a dreary schoolroom, unlike, really, what it usually was. The next morning the Great Event happened-the train stopped at Lloyd to discharge a passenger! Seldom did a train stop at Lloyd, although sometimes, I must admit, as often as once a week for mail. But that a passenger got off the train at Lloyd-I repeat, it was a memorable event. Master Eldridge jumped to the platform, it creaked a little, but the carpenter in- dustry of the town of Lloyd remained A X undisgraced. He ran toward his chum, , , fondly greeted him, was introduced to Ny ' xx Mr. and Mrs. and Miss, saw Dear f Teacher, said "Hello, Miss Mercides! I Gee, I haven't seen you for a dog's g age!" returned to the mayor's family, , -sf -f ' X I,-is 4 N I we 'V K ,J and with them walked toward their home. The Event was past, it was a L chapter in the History of Lloyd. I Sometimes, when someone else forgot to invite Pygmy for the evening 's rest, he would go to Miss Mercides, for he al- ways found comfort there. Such was the Icmmvmfr mn You Famwqs AGE:- case tonight. He had witnessed the ' ' Event that morning, and was eager to discuss it with Dear Teacher. She had one room to live ing her salary did not permit her to have a home of her own. And Pygmy slowly and quietly ascended the stairs, and because he had been told again and again he need not Sixty-one . 'QW v- . -We A, WW A227 i .,,, . , --ff -'--' 1 YQ knock, he quietly opened the door. It was perhaps a sad but never- theless beautiful picture that confronted him. Miss Mercides, that she might rest from her thoughts, had decided to go to bed early. She knelt with hands folded and beautiful face upturned, praying that she might once enjoy the love of Master Eldridge. And wise was our little hero, for just as quietly as he had entered, he now, after closing the door, retraced his steps. They were directed toward the orch- ard. It was a warm night, the moon I was shining in all her glory and her .Q children showed themselves promiscu- a in Q ously scattered over the darkness of the - sky. Pygmy had already determined ,M-'Bl-fl. to spend the night under some big tree , 3"i'svP and so, when he found a comfortable bed of grass under a huge oak, he lay Q'Al"llllllll'lW down. I suppose he forgot about his il lllllll' l prayers, yes, he even mumbled one V naughty little word as he thought of Q Master Eldridge, who had made Dear H-K Teacher cry. And then, without a X' H10theI"S caress, he fell asleep, and he .... ...mmm:Tii5iillllllilllliL dreamed of Helen of Troy and Tele- machus, and pressed his lips a little more Hrmly as he dreamed of the abduction. There were clouds in the sky next morning, nor had they a silver lining. Cold raindrops awakened Pygmy, who, after stretch- ing his limbs, hurried to the school house. But there was of course no one at the school house when he arrived, he must enjoy his breakfast Ctwo applesj alone. An hour passed. Then Helen came, and with her was Master Eldridge, who, after he had given her her books, returned home. .And so the two were alone. Now it thundered, it grew still darker and the rain poured down as in sheets. No other children came 5 nor did Dear Teacher. Pygmy and Helen were talking to each other, but I caught only a few words, for the boom-boom of the thunder and swish-swish of the rain out- drowned their little voices. But l learned that Helen wished to have it understood that she, the mayor 's daughter, awoke that morning to realize that Pygmy, although she admitted he was a real good boy, was not quite good enough to ever become her husband, that an educated and reined young man who attended university was more Worthy of her. "So," she concluded, as haughtily as beiits a mayor 's daughter, "you kin fer the last time carry my umrella" Cas she pronounced itj Han' my books, an' take me home, because it seems 's if no one ain't comin' anyway." Pygmy was absolutely dazed, and semi-consciously escorted her Sixty-two "You kin for the last time carry my umrella an' my books" - home. And he left the shelter of l1 er umbrella and went once more to the orchard. The thunder boom-boomcd and the rain swish-swished. A cold Wind blew, it whistled through the trees and chilled even her who rtable room, while he who heard it from within a warm and comfo stood under a large tree in an orchard, shuddered like a nervous wreck, for he was soaked to the skin. But now Pygmy recovered from his semi-consciousness, his face showed that he was thinking fast-and in five minutes it betrayed that his mind was made up to do something horrible, for his face was really horrible just then: blue from the several hours of exposure, his white teeth, tightly clenched, showing themselves between shivering and cold lips, and his eyes seeming forever to have been foreign to glances of aifection or mischief, gleaming like mad wolves' from deep, red sockets. Now as never before, did he need a mother, for indeed a high fever had set in, and the exposure threatened worse. But there was no mother nor a Helen to soothe him. And Miss Mercides, too, was ill. Master Eldridge having told Helen the stor of Tweedled d , y ee an Tweedledum, determined to go to bed. He bade everyone a sincere Sixty-three --4 . lugmwv' gb .,.,. "rw ' . rv . we , - Q ' Exu'txx , C --M---""' "" H we "Good night!" kissed little Helen, and entered his room. Curious to see whether it was still raining or not, he opened his window. Nature replied in the negative, and so he but partly closed it again. He had lain perhaps five minutes and was on the verge of falling asleep, when he heard something. But if you have ever slept in a strange bed in a strange house, you also have heard such sounds, nor did Master Eldridge deem it necessary to lose a minute of sleep on account of it. But again he heard that something-and now he knew what it was. A ladder was being placed so as to enable someone to climb into the room. Eldridge waited. He had no weapon with which to defend himself, but somehow he felt safe. And so he waited some more. Slowly the criminal ascended-and either he must be an enormous fellow or he is carrying an enormous load, thought Eldridge. And still he waited. The burglar entered -all of him. The room was dark and Eldridge could discern noth- ing. But now he remembered the flashlight he had that morning, while unpacking, put under his pillow. Quietly he felt for it, and quietly he drew it from its comfortable abode. He pointed it toward the middle of the room, where seemingly the villain stood, and he fiashed it. There was before him a huge gun-evidently of the ancient wars- and it was pointed directly at him. And back of this structure Master Eldridge spied a small boy in wet clothes, shaking like a nervous wreck. He was trying with his entire little might to pull the rusted trigger, but it didn't work. And it wouldn't have made much difference if it had, for the criminal had forgotten to load it. Neither spoke. But now the villain turned pale, and Master El- dridge assured him he need not be frightened. And now the criminal fell to the fioor. But after an hour his eyes opened, Master Eldridge was sitting next to him, and to him was told a sad, sad story of a Dear Teacher and a carefree university student, and strangely did it affect Master Eldridge, for his eyes became moist .... Pygmy fell asleep again. Two days later he awoke. Beside him, tenderly holding his hand and anxiously watching him, sat Helen-as fair as Helen of Troy, and once as fickle. And Pygmy knew that heaven was not remote from earth. But he inquired after Eldridge, and Helen an- swered: 'tHe's out in the garden again with Miss Mercides. Gee! he's been with Teacher every chance he could get since two days ago! And he's ordered two rings wi' diamonds in 'em-he says he's going to settle down pretty soon right here in Lloyd." And yet again Pygmy-the real Pygmy-closed his eyes. And when he awoke, it was as Cupid awakened Psyche. For Helen was blushing as the reddest rose, and Pygmy hummed: "I don't wanna get well, I don 't wanna get well l" Sixty-fo ur - ,V gm, 'N A .xxitv s- . , -'ve M Eternal igmrrl By Pearl Levin, '19, Not found! What meanings were expressed in those words! What feelings of misery and pain! To Angele the entire troop of the house of suffering stared at her from letters and money orders marked "Not found." The pictures before her were of the darkest kind. She saw her home across the seas devastated by war. Her once handsome home was blackened and charred. And in the house-huddled together in a small bedroom-were her beloved ones. Her mother, white as a ghost, was in the corner of the room. Her little sisters-oh, only her sister of twelve remained. Black and dark were the hearts of her people. What had once been a respectable family was now the nobility of misery! She must get out into God 's out-of-doors, to View the harmony of nature, and to hear the music of birds. Only nature could act as an anti-toxin to the thoughts which possessed her. At the door she stopped! fTh0se infernal advertisementsj! For once there was a great message on the slip of paper. lt was an appeal. "Help the fatherless children of France," it said. Angele, reading the message, was thrilled. Out of the past came to her the phrase, "Do unto others as thou wouldst have done unto thyself." She knew that it was her duty to help the cause because- somewhere in the wide world the remnant of her own family was uncared for. She felt the truth of the old French saying, '4Nobleness obliges," for the whole-heartedness with which she gave made her feel the pressure of eternal peace. What matters it if shells burst and cannons roar if the soul is at peace? Angele had done her duty and the rest was in the hands of a being greater than she. If her family were alive she felt someone would do for them what she was doing for the war orphans. If they were dead-they would have no need of human help, for they were in the hands of the most glorious keeper of the City of Eternal Peace! 4 511' 1: ogy , N uflf . ' Sixty-five HE TTLER PUBLISHED MONTHLY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR AT NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL I0 Cents per Copy June Number, 40 Cents 75 Cents per Year By Mail SI.00 Vol. X. Milwaukee, Wis., June I9I8 No. I0 Entered as second-class matter january 31. 1914. at the Postoihce at Milwaukee. Wls.. under the act of March 3, IS97 THE STAFF. Earl Miller ....... ................... E ditor-in-chief Henry Rothblatt . . . ,Advertising Manager F, M, Van Horn .... ...,.... . . ...... Faculty Adviser Literary. Marjorie Werner June Coddington Department Editors. Art Jokes Earl Brandau Frederic Graf Locals Adele Wiggenliorn Florence Boester Language Clarence Ehrle W'it.h Our Advertisers David Charness Societies Justus Scheibel Robert Weiskotten Athletics Nathan Ruppa Exchanges Anita Runge - Carla Pestalozzi Alumni Esther Arndt Morris Finkelstein Abe Friedman Society Reporters. Girls' Club Orchestra Florence Browne Heinz Roeinheld Dramatic Palladium Jenefer Krenerick Dennis Guzzetta Business Department. Advertising Manager Henry Rothblatt Circulation Manager Assistant Norman Leshin Nathan Cohn Harry Alberts Elmer A. Biersach Joe Brandt David Charness Clarence Ehrle Martha Feder Eva Feinberg Mollie Glinberg William Hammann Norma Hartmuth Gertrude Heller Sixty six Advertising Assist ts . an .. Charles Holvey Louis E. Rothblatt Marie Huber George Husak Florence Karger Elmer C, Klug Anita Knoll Norman Leshin Earl D. Miller Norm-an Muellner Albert Pickhardt Hertha Preussler Anita Runge Nathan Ruippa Harry B. Sadoff Justus Scheibel Ruth R. Schiewitz Alfred Schneider Sidney Siegel Ralph Spetz Arthur Weinstein Abe Zelonky A A l -RQ... 2 -Nm? Q 1. llllll lllfflllill I Hi. ITDRI RLS' 5 E " '74 ,si-5 Q. , if' Elly- Fi-:Z Q 1 i 'fm .f, 'ii , ,--.1 -'L:. ,A Y , H Q- . . f e . i"I .fi'7 fe r.:-wffsv I l l FAITH T0 BELIEVE. To believe and then to stand right up and march forward is the keynote to success in life. Doubting and mistrusting are the worst of evils. This grand old universe is too complicated a machine for any of us individuals to understand. Therefore the man who says, 'tYou will have to show me before I believe," is one of those over-cautious, skeptical, big-headed individuals who never rise out of the ranks of mediocrity. We must, after a reasonable amount of consideration, have faith to believe a. thing is good or right without compelling our eyes to place judgment on it. This, of course, does not apply to little technical problems which you encountered in your mathematics, physics or chemistry classes. Proof, there, is essential. lint then, if you have studied faithfully at school and conquered your physics problems you need not worry now. Wllilf knowledge you have not acquired at high school you will probably heeome endowed with at some school of higher learning. The more important problems in this great battle of life. the battle in which all you seniors are about to fire your gunsg whether you hit your mark or not depends on yourselves aloneg are the problems. the solving of which depends on your faith to believe, and not a hesitating, faltering, wondering, questioning air. VVhen a student leaves high school he is at an age at whieh he should begin to think about the more vital things in life. His ideals. his manner of living and in general his plan for the future, should begin to be formulated. There are no two individuals alike in this world, so it is not a question of proof of the past but faith and confidenee in yourself and then a determination to do, that will win you victory. VVhen you have a task to be done tirst lay your plans so you may see whe1'e you are coming out and then, with the firm belief that you can do it, dig in-and dig-and dig until your tunnel reaches to lierlin. E. D. M. Sixty-seven ,g?,'wAq' A Y 1 .,-l ' .l at X , 'qu Y . 1 f N-ammma c - i sa- ""' 1 ' ' OUR PARTING INJUNCTION. " Has the significance of their departure dawned upon the gradu- ating Seniors? Yet how strange and almost sad it seems! For now the joys of our school career are accentuated and the troubles dimmed. We Seniors have come to a turn in the long road of Life and are about to enter the school of the world. While we are in this vast and indefinable school, our minds will be occupied with numerous and arduous problems, but the pleasant memories of North Division and The Tattler will never vanish. There is some invisible influence which will keep these memories before us. Is it not because we have had a strenuous, yet a happy and profitable time? We have learned much and have forgotten much, but it will be rather unusual to forget our worries and pleasures which have resulted from our work for The Tattler. Those who will have the opportunity of being at North Division High School next semester, we leave you and our work with regret and with a few parting injunctions. Your pride in The Tattler can be shown only by what you do for it. lt is your duty and privilege to support it in every respect. That which gives you a lasting record of your school events, which portrays the character and ability of students, which gives them the pleasure of receiving and reading these appreciations in print should be of interest to every student. AS a matter of appreciation, it is your duty "to patronize our advertisersfl At some time or other you will have to buy something. When so doing you will find it to your advan- tage, for through their advertising our patrons are capable of sell- ing good quality and quantity for lower prices. sThis result in itself will more than justify advertising from the standpoint of economic desirability. As Seniors, we leave you with this parting injunction: "Do all you can for that tThe Tattlerj which is your own and 'patronize The Tattler advertisers' for your own benefit, for the benefit of The 'Tattler and for the benefit of your school." You will never regret having done so. Henry Rothblatt. THE ALUMNI BANQUET. Seniors! There will be held a unique Alumni Banquet at the Grand Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church on Friday, June 21st, at 7 :OO p. m. Its menu will be thoroughly Hooverized, being meatless, wheatless and sugarless. There will be an interesting program, composed of stunts and speeches by representative members. The feature of the evening will be the presentation of the list of service men of each class so as to obtain "Soldier Pals." Reservations must be made to Mr. Krenerick on or before Tuesday evening, June 18th. Fifty cents a plate will be charged. All alumni members are wel- come and expected to attend this grand reunion of the Alma Mater of North Division High School. Sixty-eight i fx Frederic Graf Earl Brandau By Earl Brandau. Art-artist-what do these two words bring to your mind? Probably you say to yourself, art is something abstract, something to be left alone. An artist is a dreamer who walks about with a broad-brimmed hat, a form-fitting coat, black bow tie and eye-glasses with a black ribbon attachedg an individual in a class by himself. Probably you are wrong. The arts may be classified into useful or mechanical, those in- tended to produce material results, and fine arts, those intended to give pleasure. The mechanical or industrial arts may be practiced by anyone who has acquired skill, but the fine arts may be success- fully practiced only by those who have real genius or talent, as well as skill. Of the fine arts music is the first and purest, because the sources of pleasure in it are purely artistic. It tells no story, rep- resents no fact, but simply gratities the sense of beauty and excites pleasure. ln the modern sense the fine arts are only the imitative arts which appeal to us through the eye. In the last quarter century art has undergone some radical changes in its exterior phases. Of course it is the exterior phases that have changed, I1Ot art, because art itself does I10t change. It is the little aspects or phases that change from time to time ill accord- ance with the age. One of the most important causes for the change is the influence of the commercial artist 's ideas and technique. The commercial artist designs and illustrates for posters and all forms of printed matter. It is a field that affords social advantages as well as personal pleasure because of the exceptional compensation. S0 you see, to be an artist is not a rich man 's job but a business: and the artist not a "dreamer" but a wide awake tradesman, out of your own family probably, not a certain individual sent us by the Creator with a different mind and superhuman powers. Sixty-nine '+Q?"'ww. ,ff 'V ' " f- 'T ' "1 I , ',.,,-- "H " , 422' M. , c. W f' - . , snr l 4 News Zlirnm the ilirnnt What some of our North Siders are doing for Uncle Sam Miss Fenton enjoys her hospital work immensely, and explains her detailed work in the following letter: New York City. Dear Miss Griffiths: Our u11it was sent here from Lakewood, N. -I., three weeks ago. As soon as I found that we could use our time as we wished, I went over to Cornell Medical School and entered several classes, or the course known as the "War Course." In the mornings I attend classes in chemistry and bacteriology, also worked with the girl who is laboratory assistant at Belle- vue Hospital. It is a wonderful opportunity for me to get up-to-date training. In the hospital, I go into the surgical wards with the physicians and make slides from the dif- ferent wounds. Then I go into the laboratory and count the bacteria for them, and make a chart of each case. Certain bugs mean certain changes, as you know, I can scarcely realize that in such a short time I have grown so accustomed to the removal of arms and legs, that I seem able to eat, sleep, and think in quite a normal fashion. In the chem- istry laboratory, I make up the antiseptic solutions. The wonder- ful result of all of the up-to-date war wound work is greatly due to the new methods of dressings. Oil. dressings and the solution known as "Dakin's" have done wonderful work. Every afternoon at 3 o'clock our whole unit reports to Colum- bia University and drills. We are drilled by a U. S. officer just the same as the men are drilled. New York is filled with soldiers and sailors. Many of these men are foreigners. The French "Blue Devils" and the Australians are the most conspicuous at present. The Australian soldiers are the most interesting to me. They are such clean, clear-cut indi- Mise Fenton viduals. ' I think of you all very often and shall write you from "over there." il...- Raymond A. Voigt, "Somewhere in France," writes: Just a few lines to let you know that the Kaiser hasnlt got me yet, and I don 't expect him to. -ac af if at vs Well, we are here-yes, here, in the land where things fall hot and heavy, a country that once spelt 'tbeautyl' itself, but now a Seventy - . gm WN. QNNNN v . ' , 'Q . - -. f C f QNX, - l K land of destruction and sorrow. Nevertheless, it 's a great place, a wonderful country, pretty as it can be, with at people that occupy it and make you love it so much more. ae bk Pk -sf -sf We had a wonderful trip on the ocean that will never be forgot- ten by me in all my life, with plenty of excitement and many anxious moments. Yet we are safe and sound, and slipped it over again on the Kaiser, and he 'll have to go some yet to get us. Our trip on the ocean was great. The weather was clear as it could be and in our favor through the entire trip, and we had a great boat. If any- one had told me what we would have to go through before reaching the place we are now in, after leaving the boat, I would have told him we could11't make it, but "can't" is a word that does not exist in the army-it's must, and must we did. Pk X Pk wk ak We have a great place, airy, cheery, plenty of fresh air, and have all conveniences possible. ' .i Lawrence Cramer also writes from France, saying: - Money wouldn't do me much good here, because it takes a wheelbarrow full of French coin to buy a bar of chocolate or some such thing. We 're rather at a disadvantage for the present, be- cause we can 't go any place-some more quarantine. The looks of the country-what little we saw of it-gives prom- ise of lots of interesting things. The architecture is most interesting because of the novelty of it. The people jabber frantically over nothing, and to no avail. We have a lot to learn before we can get any place. Wm. Martin, stationed in England, writes home describing some things which will make our History students mighty jealous of his experiences. Dear Mother, Dad, Brother and Sister: I told you in my previ- ous letter that I was in camp near the old city in England CWinchJ. That city has many very old historic buildings and I had the pleas- ure of seeing and hearing about them. One old castle, about 900 years old, contained a statue of Queen Victoria, King Arthur 's Round Table and many other things of interest. This city used to be the Capital of England, during the Roman invasion, and many old sayings and writings can be found throughout the castle. Then there is an old Cathedral, one of the oldest in England. Many people of historic note were buried here, the architecture, sculpturing and the hand-work is beautiful, the different styles of architecture in the order of reign. Each emperor built on an addi- Seventy-one ,ww 'ZZ' 9:23, Q- C ,.., - we-lsr"-f K 1--f -., - '-'M ""' t tion and in his own style-Gothic, Roman, Norman, Gallic, and Garlic. The building itself is immense and still stands up well. John Ruppa writes home from Paris, France: Have you heard about "Old Bertha," the German long distance gun? It is supposed to shoot 70 miles and hit its mark. They occa- sionally drop shells around the city and damage a lot of innocents. Last night we had an evening and night session, as the German gun did not cease firing at nightfall. Even while I'm typing this I can hear an occasional bomb, or rather shell, bursting somewhere within earshot. And it 's Sunday, too! ik 1: if if as At the table we have great sport. Our group is composed of three lieutenants and seven clerks. We jolly each other along, eat heartily and enjoy our meals immensely. Three of the boys have fathers in the House of Representatives, D. C., but the War and their presence here in France has leveled any distinctions of that sort and we are all good fellows. il-.- Wm. E. Stein, "Somewhere in France," says: We are a very short distance from the firing lines and expect to go in the fighting any hour. I can hear the cannons' roar at the present writing. I Gbur Svrruirr Munro' lllull Andell, Otto C. Apter, Charles Abendroth, Harry Addicks. Herbert Bornstein, Isidore Blum, Win. Blum, Geo. F. Braun, Alvin Bernitt, Edwin Barth, Oliver Bassett, Ray Batiste, Wilford Baumgartner, Harold Bauer, Alvin Bock, Ralph Brotherhood, Roland Belowsky, Harry Boetcher, Lester R. Browne, Richardson Bast, Roy Busacker, Wm. Bodden, Albert Babbitz, Henry Burke, Ralph Butler. Harry G, Buccholz, Charles E. Bell, Earl Birchler, Henry Behling, Frank Buck, Burton Seventy-two Hick, Jermayne Cramer, Lawrence Cerlettee, Raymond Crozier, Seward Coddington. 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Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. N ov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. nce, .Booster OUR CALENDAR FOR 1917-18. School opened. First Monday morning program. A Girls' mass meeting in Assembly A. Dean Lathrop spoke enthusiastically on the duty of every one doing the utmost to win the war. A Monday morning program was rendered hy the Hayden Trio. North vs. Alumni Q6-6 ticj. The orchestra entertained us. Rally and appcal to Hcome out" for football. North vs. VVauwatosa t'Aggies" in favor of North C62-OJ North vs. Stoughton in favor ot' North Q19-61. North vs. East C13-13 tiel. Mr. L. Cohen spoke on HThe Great Question ol' the Day." A meeting was held aftcr school at which Nestor Groto- leuschcn was elcctcd checrlcader. First honors for knitting wcrc given out at Girls' Cluh llltllfflllg. North vs. VVest, in favor of West C27-1335. Mr. Edward Paulson of the Y. M. tl. A. talked on the work that that organization had acconiplishcd in the war. The annual Fall Track Mcct was hcld. North vs. VVashington, in favor of North C14-75. Dedication of our Scrvicc Flag. North vs. South, in favor of South U6-TD. Thanksgiving program in form ot a patriotic cntertain- incnt. Seventy-Eve ...hm pw - ., A-fa Dec. 3. Room 4 was the scene of busy Christmas preparation for . 'four boys" in the service. Dec. 3. Mr. Lee, an associate of Mr. Davison, gave a vivid talk on the work of the Red Cross Society. Dec. 7. The Girls' Club had its annual dance in the gym. Dec. 19. The Great Red Cross Drive program was given in the assembly. Dec. 21. A Christmas play, "Mrs Tubbs' Telegram," was given by the Dramatic Club. A matinee dance in the gym T concluded the afternoon. Jan. 4. The Blue and White dance was held at Wells' C-olonial. Jan. 16. The annual boys' gymnastic exhibit took place. Feb. 8. Mr. Dudley Crafts Watson talked to us on the effects of war on art. Feb. 11. An important 'track rally was held. Feb. 20. A meeting at Riverside of all girls ready to receive third honors. Feb. 21. The Washingtc+11's Birthday program was held, one of the chief features being a talk by EX-Governor Francis E. McGovern. A beautifully engraved roll of honor was - dedicated to the school by the president of the Alumni Association. Feb. 21. A matinee dance was held in the gym. Feb. 28. The Girls' Club initiated its new members. March 14. Girls' Club gave a successful St. Patrick 's program. March 21. The novice track meet was held in the gym. March 22. The free-for-all meet was held. March 25. Mr. Theodore Schroeder spoke to us on the Boys' Working Reserve. April 5. Everybody participated in North Side's great thrift parade. April 12. The Junior Prom was held in the gym. April 27-8. The home track meet was held. 4 May 3-4. Senior Play presented in the school auditorium. May 4. Dual meet between North and Riverside C64-67, in favor ' of Riversidej. May 11. North vs. Washington, in favor of North C7215-521143. May 13. The Honor Club program was held. May 15. Mr. McKillop of the Milwaukee Public Library talked on the need of libraries in the cantonments. He concluded by singing a much-enjoyed war song. May 18. The Freshman-Sophomore meet was held. May 20. The Dramatic Club presented the "Loan of a Lover" in the Assembly. May 25. North won 'State Meet at Madison. June 2. The City Meet. i June 21. School closes. Seventy-six THE HONOR STUDENTS oF 1918 The lXVl'lll'-V-SlX honor SllltlUlllS, none of Wll0lll hail 2lVCI'2lg'4'S hvlow 92 DOI' cm-nt, arv as l'ollows: Phyllis l5illv1'l14-cle, Hnhy Javolwsml. Viola Mrfl'11ll.v. Elmer .ll1l'lil5, Ruth Sollitflw, Nathan Schwitl, Lillian SCllUlllWl'. J0lll'l.l'I' Krviwrick, L0l'I'2ll11t1 Pollworth. Lois Ahnon, Loo liranovan. Plrna. Nllolf, Pvarl l1evi11e, Fl0l'0l1Ct? liorstm-r, Edward xVlll1lll4'Y', Cl?lI'l'llCt' Ehrle. Myrtle Radko, Anna. Roc-tl1vl. Olivo Hart. Margarvt Fritsch. Anita Knoll, Minnie lglll'g'0l', liyclia l1v11cl1, lrviw SClllll1llN'I'H. Mahal llH11v1', 'Dcnnis Guzzvtta. 'llhv program ol' May lil was of an 111111s11al natnrv. Mr. Krug ?l1l1l0ll1lCE'Cl that it was for tho pnrposv of giving I'ttC0g'l1lll0ll to tho twv11ty-six wl1o ll2lVl' thc lliglwst SC'll0l?ll'SlllP for thi- yvar. Mr. Kron- orick, tho next spvakm-r. statvcl lhv f'0llfllll0IlS upon whim-h the choico- was 111:1cl0, l12llllt'l1V, high scl1ola1'sl1ip. goocl conduct and tho carrying ot' four stuclie-s. 'l'hv four highvst ol' Oilffll rlass wvrv llillllltll. and than the next ten at largv. This yvar the-so Slllll0IllS worm- o1'gz111izwl into tho I'I0ll0I' fllllll of 1918. Miss Muliillop was thvn i11t1'o1l11m-e-rl. this he-ing hor first appvar- anon- on tht- l'0Sll'lllll. Hvr talk was i11fv1'e1sti11g l'1'o111 start to finish. Sho wry capahly colnparocl tho l'lI't'Slllll2lll to thv pig iron. tho Sopho- morvs to crncle- stew-l, thv Juniors to rolled and pflllllllvtl ll"0ll anal tho Seniors to tho H11isl11-cl promlnct. Mr. Tlllt0tl0l't' W1-llrlv. the lD0llllIlE'l" of the "'llEll'llPI',H i11 lflllll, tallwcl o11 tho art of illllllylllg' onv's st-lf. Hr staffed that thv grinds arv not thosv wl1o latm-1' Illiiktt a. succvss ot' things. hut that it is thosc who IJl'l'S4'V4tl'l', wl1o llliilift frivmls rvaclily, who roach the hc-acl ol' things. Mrs. MacKin11vy was noxt introduced. She- gave- a Fvw vocal svloctiolls. acoo111pa11iz-ml hy Heinz R00lI1l1Pld. Mr. Pvarsm-, Ill'OSlfll'Ill' of thr Normal School. tht-11 spoke-. He praised North l'Jivisio11 for tho lllllllllifl' i11 tht- Sttl'Vl0l' of tho llnitfwl Statm-s, and Seventy-seven ENVT "' . v F ,, 4 Y ,f ' Vg , , -4"f"e - , , li eqgg Ca ,. ,.,.,. said that one 's success de ends u on his' ersistence'inlld6i1i .his1rsgQrk. P P P ,,, . ., , , , Mr. Krug then presented tokens to the honor tion of their diligent work. . Of these twenty-six students, twelve are Sophomoresy That class is to be congratulated. The program was concluded with the singing of two patriotic songs. Anita Knoll has been awarded the Milwaukee Downer College scholarship offered to North Division High School by the college. A new organization has been founded in Miss Robert's third hour English class, namely, the Sons of Rest. For further particulars apply to Nathan Hinden. On the morning of May 15 we were very pleasantly surprised to find that Mr. Samuel lVlcKillop had come as a representative of Milwaukee to give a talk on his work in the various southern canton- Inents. He told in a very interesting way of his experiences in Camps Sherman, Taylor and Beauregard. He spoke especially of the camp library constructed within two weeks at Camp Beauregard. After his talk, he sang "The Song for all Americans." The program was concluded with a patriotic song, "True to the Flag." Father Time announces that another Senior class is ready to bid farewell. Although we have our faults, our school career on the whole has been as successful as any. We challenge all succeeding Senior classes to do as well under the same conditions as we worked. Let us hope that all classes following will profit by the mistakes of their predecessors. Have you noticed the similarity in the flower Gilbert wears in his coat button-hole and the one Harriet wears. How about it, Gilbert? Students, notice! Gladys has threatened to use desperate means if her name appears in the locals. We are anxiously awaiting our sentence. The following athletes may well be called the vocalists of the cinder track: Al. Schneider, Earl Brandau, Eugene Tuhtar, Ben Forman, and Niles Allen. They certainly can sing 'fsomef' Have you ever seen a freshie running out of the Assembly Hall? They are always such busy lit.tle creatures. They will not exert them- selves very long, for they will soon be "Sophs." For what purpose did Helen Staroste purchase glasses? Was it to magnify the freshies? Why does Robert Seidel always take the middle aisle fourth hour? Do you know why, Helen? Who says Clarence Ehrle ean't eat ice cream? Ask the cast. Nathan is going to apply for a position as a fortune teller, isn't he, Viola? It must be very pleasant to receive flowers from a freshie every morning, Carla. Seventy-eight VNV M' vnu. , 'rm f -..f if ' Ml 1 . How does Earl Uphoff like his new seat? A number of boys have combined and formed a Jazz band. Have you heard the noise? p When Lester Pasch had his silhouette taken, the photographer said, "Wait, I will have to get another plate." Justus and Nathan will soon have to form a business partnership from the number of ads that they secured for the Tattler. Every actor lives his part, even Justus. All of the four minute speakers showed their capability. The speakers were: Freshman, Hans Hager, Sophomore, Egon Peck, Junior, Leona Modrow, Senior, David Charness. You should have seen the editors on the day when the material was due. Everything seemed topsy turvy, and everyone was in a frenzy. Of the boys who have applied for places as farm assistants the following have gone to their respective farms in Wisconsin: Arnold Ansfeld, Three Lakes, Louis Beerman, Muckwonago , Lester Heidner, Juneau, Chester Kunz, Columbus, Nathan Matros, Ft. Atkinson, Lester Schuck, Hartland, Gordon Strathearn, Fond du Lac, William Droegkamp, Menominee Falls, Leo Resnick, Three Lakes. - lam? Qlhrg All Arr! Eighth Semester. Abramson, Lena Mohns, Edna Mohr, Lorraine Bercovitz, Dorothy Blnmer, Martha Duft, Irene Grueneberg, Erna Hammond, Josephine Heller, Gertrude - 1 Lerner, Sophie Malver, Rose Poetzl, Irene Price, Esther Radin, Rose Staroste, Helen Belter, Ora Benike, Irene Blumer, Bertha Bohen, Julia Brown, Florence Burr, Maud Fallen, Irma Campbell, Grace Buettner, Raymond Zealley, Irene Seventh Semester. Steuerwald, Dorothy Vogel, Libbie We1'ner, Marjorie Bade, Carl Baranski, Benjamin Bauman, Waldemar Bischolf, Elmer Borchardt, Norman Cohen, Nathan Derzavitz, Aaron Erbe, Elmer Sixth Semester. Caryl, Fern Vharney, Sadie tfoddington, June Conrad, Adele Daniels. Hannah Einsfeldt. Anna Ewert, Mira Feder, Martha Glaubitz, Louis Struve, Walter Thuermann, Herbert Wingender, Albert Friebel, George O. Friedman, Abe Hoelz, Alfred Hoelz, Carl Jacobson, Charles Lewis, Ben Marnitz, George Menge, Irwin Pollack, Max Silberman, Frank Stroessner, Erwin llphoff, Earl Fettig, Florence Fischer, Angelia Forman, Ida Freitag, Georgianna Froehlich, Alice Guzzetta, Josephine Hafemeister, Edna Hayward, Gertrude Seventy-nine 'Qf"'1m,,,, fx v V' " 'KAW . rt-an M -fe.. i . V , ' Ck f-- " - ,f , V- ,V SIX Horwitz, Gertrude Ihrke, Irma Juster, Rosalind Kaetel, Lorna Kitz, Lorraine Kunde, Alice Laufman, Fannie Levin, Bessie Levin, Pearl Loecher, Lydia Mabowehz, Clara Maichle, Cathryn Michi, Lorraine Mishelow, Bertha lviodrow, Leona Myers, Gertrude Pagenkopf, Lydia Scheibe, Edith Schermerhorn. Irene Schulner, Julia Schwan, Florence Schwand, Minnie Schwid, Jennie Ackerman. Helen Berland, Fanny Berlowitz, Clarice Bernhard, Anna Bortin, Rose Brier, Hannah Brueggeman, Luella Burger, Minnie Duckler, Bertha Gerlach, Mildred Hercher, Helen Heuser, Adeline Knepprath, Viola . Mead, Esther Metzler, Lillian Pasch, Bertha Preussler, Hertha Reeves, Katherine Reich, Adela Rubin, Mildred Antonofsky, Leah Appel, Fannie Bednarz, Luella Berkoff, 'Eva Billerbeck, Phyllis Bischoff, Henrietta Bleiler, Katherine Bodner, Beatrice Born, Agnes Bornstein, Sadye Brinkman, Edna Buettner, Adeline Buran, Beatrice Caesar, Viola Cramer, Carla Dallman, Genevieve Eighty Sebastian, Evelyn Shafrin, Dorothy Vojacek, Emily Waldeck, Mildred Wesnor, Dorothy Zahn, Olga Allen, Niles Beckman, Fred Biller, Jacob Biller, Saul Birno, Roy Blumberg, Sam Cohn, Alvin Colby, Ralph Debbink, Claude Frank, Louis ' Granofsky, Jake Grinker, Sidney Griswold, Erwin Hiken, Sam Johnson, Royal Kasch, Henry Klabunde, Elmer Fifth Semester. Schiewitz, Ruth Schildknecht, Gertrude Schneider, Myrtle Seifert, Pauline Wehrle, Margaret Weinstein, Pearl Biersach, Elmer Boruzak, Nathan Chudnow, David Colby, Ralph Cohn, Joheph Frank, John Gibson, Arthur Gnettler, Robert Haber, William Hiken, Charles Kass, von, Herman Koessl, Willie Koppel, Nathan Fourth Semester. Danielson, Helen De Braal. Stella Diehl, Dorothy Doebel, Leona Ilroegkamp, Luella Eggert, Gertrude Eichfeld, Ethel Elkert, Anita Elkert, Gertrude Erensky, Clara Fein, Eva Gehrke, Magdalena Glinberg, Mollie Godfrey, Viola Hart, Olive Hensel, Dorothy 1 Kurinan, Philip Larson. Harold Lekomovitz, Samuel Leshin, Norman Le Vine, Phillip Malin, Max Matthison, Arthur Merten. Lawrence Moerschel, Jacob Otto, Karl reters, Carl Prunakow, Isadore Sadoff, Harry Sanger, Harry Schmidt, Eugene Schuster, Hyman Schwab, Ewald Seidel, Robert Sharp, Salem Sverdlin, David Tews, Walter Trupke, Clarence Weisberg, Joseph Ladishinsky, Sam Meyers, William Perlson, Meyer Pfleger, Walter Rautbord, Sam Resnick, Max Roelnheld, Heinz Rubin, Arthur Russel, Felix Schmidt, Gilbert Schwid, Nathan Spoerke, Edward Steien, Milton Timm, Alfred Wallschlaeger, Edwa Witt, Elmer Woelffer, Russell Wohlford, Clyde Zache. Roland Zelonky, Abe Heuer, Mabel Holub, Ruth Hoppe, Lucille Horowitz, Sarah Horwitz, Anna Jantzen, Viola Juergens, Althea Kaestner, Mebel Klatt, Irma Kluck, Gertrude Koch, Gertrude Koessler, Isabella Kohl, Florence Krenerick, Jenefer Langzemak, Rhoda Leeman, Marguerite 1' d In School and Out ht y .,. ,, 'pn QAM! Q., ,. A ','1:i""'-'P -.,f-ffggiu... 'LSE' " f .,..... ...- 4 ,,f-,sQL?7' it EQ: Lehrhaumer, Marie Lorch, Harriet Luitink, Evelyn McCarthy, Kathryn McCully, Viola Malig, Elda Marks, Dorothy Matter, Gladys Minner, Ethel Moeder, Mollie Mohns, Loretta Morgan, Pearl Opperman, Lillie Ortman, Elfrida Parr, Bernice Peters, Charlotte Pollworth, Lorraine Reibstein, Esther Rosenthal, Helen Schiffler, Ruth Schink, Emily Schneider, Florence Schostak, Celia Schott, Della Schuetz, Irma Schultz, Dorothy Schultz, Rose Schulz, Louise Sebastian, Lorraine Seifert, Elsie Siegel, Norma Shimon, Rose' Sievers, Henrietta Aschenbrenner, Lauretta Barteck, Alma Barteck, Evelyn Bastian, Elinor Bergman, Ruth Berliand, Olga Boester, Florence Buckspan, Gertrude Cohen, Eva Does, Mabel Einsfeld, Rose Helm, Marguerite Herman, Gertrude Heuser, Margaret Hirschfield, Ethel Huebner, Alma Johnson, Doris Klockow, Rose Kurz, Lorraine Leuch, Lydia Lorenz, Mildred Lynch, Sylvia McMackin, Edith Matthisen, Harriet Maynard, Hazel Meinhardt, Lucile Mennen, Elizabeth Millermaster, Mildred Eighty-two Sievers, Stella Smith, Bertha Steckler, Etta Stumpf, Evelyn Tretina, Laura Uthus, Mabel Vanderjagt, Ruth Wachofsky, Esther Zuleger, Leora Alberts, Harry Baier,Ralph Hartlein, Maurice Bauer, John Hercovitz, Jacob Bilausky, Joe Blum, Albert Bonic, Morris Boyd, Elmer Hl'2lll0V5ill, Leo Bryan, John fllieifetz. Eugene Deans, Elvin Dettman, Alfred Dodson, Neil Finkelstein, Morris Forman, Ben Forman, Harry Friedman, Aaron Froehlig, Rudolph Glaubitz, Theodore Harrer, Arthur Herz, Albert Third Semester. Nehmens, Loraine Neumann, Irma Nusslock, Evelyn Otto, Marguerite Palakow, Gertrude Parchefsky, Anna Pergande, Pearl Pollworth, Viola l'rohl, Florence Radin, Ruth Radke, Myrtle Rellin, Kate Roelke, Eleanor Rosenberg. Sylvia Rottel, Irene Ryan, Violette Scherbarth, Viola Schermerhorn, Doris Schmidt, Dorothy Seifert, Dorthy Tesch, Anita Thaney, Gladys Tousman, Lillian Wasserman, Mildred Weber, Louise Wegner, Gertrude Wendt, Ruth Wilke, Emma Winkelman, Lucretia Jacobs, William Jennings, George Jenurich, Herman Korthals, Gustave Lilly, James Luharsky, Sam Marquardt, Terrance Mendeloff, Hymen Nissenbaum, 'James Perlson, Maurice Rabinovitz, Morris Rauscht, Roland Rochwerger, Irwin Saichek, Abe Sawyer, Walter Scharffenberg, John Senn, Milton Smoller, Peter Stehling, Ralph Stein, Isadore Thompson, Albert Tietjen, William Weileder, Elmer Weiskotten, Robert Weiss, Jacob Wille, Alex Wimmer, Edward Viviott, Hyman Ackerman, Eugene Adami, George Backes, Raymond Balhorn, Cristoph Bauerniiend, John Brandt, Gilbert Bungel, Bruno Caswell, Corydon Deisinger, Marvin Dethlotf, Alfred Dugas, Lester Ehlers, Milton Fischer, Walter Follansbee, Clyde Forman, Solomon Freeze, John Goldberg, Charles Goodman, Emanuel Hackenbruch, Howard Hankwitz, Carl De Harde, Fred Harman, Milton Hauptman, Samuel Heine, Gilbert Heiser, George Helman, Joseph Holonbek, Lester Horn, Harry Hurwitz, lsadore 3. 'Ns -"A-.5 -bi ' ,, Ax K .gli :.'f-uri' 1-.gg ,Mi . . -I-,-.R - Wu, Aww in A 0 I V A fffiwf - , , .4-lf , M ' " , - g,xw'ig, C b ,ffm """ -4 . ,- ' " A L gl E R l" f riiusak Geor e Logemann, Herbert Schorse, 9'-1: 5 w - ,5 , f S' , , -ff 1, as-5 'K -ihrke, Elmer Marcus, Max Schwauberg, l on , Allen ' ' ' ' ' 'if jilsche, Rowland Jjnz, Rudolph fieaehlnfri, Howard "John, Gilbert Kahn, Russel Kaplan, Sam ,K-lainer, Ruben Laaitsch, Henry Lasarsky, ,Sam Leturn, Sam - Levin, Ruben Lieberman, Bennie Liedke, Raymond Abramovitz, Mollie Abramson, Rose Almon, Lois Andrews, Vernice Berg, Jennie Bergler, - Anita Berman, Rose Boeck, Mrytle Bogda, Valeria Burgette, Wilhelmine Burgman, Ruth Busacker,' Esther Charness, Mae Chutnow, Sylvia Dallmann, Dorothy Dalton, Kathryn Drengenberg, Sara Eiler, Florence Elflein, Anita Elkert, Beatrice Elkert, Eunice Feldman, Eva Fritsch, Margaret Gassman, Ruth Gauger, Lucille Goese, Erua Goldberg, Dena Hanks, Daisy Hanson, Eleanor Helf, Helen Henke, Alma Henningfeld, Evelyn Herz, Flora Hiller, Lillian Holehouse, Estella Huber, Marie Hummel, Louise Jacobson, Ruby Jafe, Lillian Jastrow, Clara Karsten. Mildred Klinka, Helen Knippel, Dorcas Krythe, Lucile Kuchenmeister, Ethel Kuhm, Myrtle Marks, William Mazur, Jack Meldman, Isador Moerschel-,Z Henry M oldenhalier, "Henry, raselfiasky, -Sam, Peck, Egon ' Pickhardt, Albert Powell, Gerald Prignakow, Harry Reuferfveflml. Sandy 'Hyman' L Schmidtg AWalter Schneider, Herbert Second Semester. Kupfer, Gerda Lindert, Dorothy Lucht, Lucy Malver, Fanny Margolis, Jennie Marsch, Helen Menaker, Alice Moll, Minnette Morgan, Marion Morgan, Ma1'y Morrow, Frances Norwicke, Florence Perssion, Ida Pfeifer, Gertrude Plant, Ruth Pollaud, Lillie Rabinovitz, Esther Raithel, Anna Rautbord, Rose Reha, Mary Roegner, Virginia Rogers, Esther Rosenthal, Sara Roussy, Evelyn Roth, Marion Schlondrop, Lillian Schmidt, Mildred Schmitt, Beatrice Schmitt. Serena Schneeweis, Ella Schoessow, Elsa Schultz, Edna Schwartz, Ezerial Schwihinger, Orelin Seal, Gladys Secosh, Florence Selselneyer, Mildred Sell. Ruth Shafrin, Bertha Slamovitz, Esther Sokolensky, Ida Storck. Helen Tax, Esther Toepfer, Virginia Warner, Myrtle Weber, Gladys Slewers, Allison Smith, Robert Spetz, Howard Stampa, Rudolph Steckler, Armin Toenhart, Otto Tredup, William Vizay, Wilmer Vogt, Clarence Wilke, Harvey Wohlers, Gilbert Wolter, William Wussow, Milton Willing, Alma Wright, Frances Zahn, Ruby Appel, Henry Augstein, Ernst Bade, Hubert Berres, Ervin Bielefeld, Richard Bitter. Milton Brand, Nathan Brauer, Leonard Bruss, Ervin Buchholz, Harvey Buchta, Elmer Buettner, Alfred Cohen, Morris Davis, Morris De Nosaquo, Norman Didert, Milton Doran, Gerald Eisenbrand, Weldon Franklin, Lester Franz, Harvey Geisenfeld, Milton Gelin, Jacob Gerlach, Howard Goers, Henry Gorbitz, Emil Grabowsky, Ralph Granofsky, Hyman Grifka, Max Guzzetta, Marcus Hager, Hans Hahn, Harold Harms, Layton Heckel, Eward Herbst, Bentley Hoellfl, Michael Ische, Gordon Kahn, William Kastrul, Sam Kimmel, Walter Klose, Herman Koll, Elmer Kwelling, Bernhard Eighty-thr 88 -e ,, aw ' Q- V- ef Q , i- M Q, ' A-.,.,,, X , C W ..- ...........,. . ,L """ l O it Liebenberg, Edward Logemann. Ottomar Margoles, Arthur Matzek, Robert Mayer, Alfred Mayer, Gilbert Mennen, CliHord Muellner, Norman Neuhaus, Herbert Neumann, Philip Ostach, Rudolph Owens, Benjamin Oxman, Hyman Pollack, Maurice Porter, Russell Riebe, Elmer Rosen, Max Rottman, Sam Bartelt, Irma Bauling, Sarah Becker, Hazel V Besch, Hilda Born, Irene Brinkman. Anita Brunn, Viola Bryer, Minnie Buntrock, Alice Cohen, Grace Cohn, Anna Cohn, Gertrude Donner, Corona Duckler, Frieda Engelhardt, Clara Esch, Mitilda Falk, Malinda Goldstein, Rose Graap, Helen Grossman, Elizabeth Guth, Ella Hamann, Evangeline Hayden, Fannie Heinemann, Caroline Heller, Rena Herbst, Irma Himmelreich, Ethel . Hinman, Geraldine Holzhaeuser, Lorraine Hornbrook, Evelyn Katz, Evelyn Kirsten, Alice Koenitzer, Pearl Koeppen, Florence Konen, Margarita Krainer, Mary Krohn, Alice Kuehn, Mildred La Pidus, Rosalind Lawrenz, Viola Lentz, Rose Leshln, Marlon Leverenz, Mrytle Levy. Etta Eighty-four Ruse, Irving Schmidt, Theodore Schmidt, Ervin Schroeder, Erwin Schroeder, Gilbert Schultz, Raymond Schulz, Raymond Schuster, Fred Schwan, Melvin Shapiro, Abe Siegel, Isador Seidel, George Siegel, Sidney Sievers, William Simon, Walter Smuckler, William Spalda, Michael Stein, Ben First Semester. Luebke, Aileen McCarthy, Ruth Maas, May Magerfleisch, Irene Marcus, Marjorie Muck, Elsa Myers, Mildred Nelson, Luella Nordquist, Ruth Oldenburg, Aurelia Ostrowsky, Rose Patzer, Alma Petersen, Rosalind Preval, Juanita Rahr, Irene Rangel, Bernice Roclllus. Adeline Reixill, -Marion Renter, Florence Richmond, Sarah Richter, Violet Riddle, Mildred Rice, Sara Riepl, Esther Rossow, Marie Scales, Etta Schefrin, Dora Scheibel, Helen Schnell. Norma Schroeder, Theresa Schunder, Eva Schuster, Elizabeth Schwid, Alice Schwid, Augusta Seifert. Gertrude Seltzer, Hannah Siegel, Rose Siekert, Hazel Singer, Lillian Slamovitz, Goldie Smoller, Bella Smoller. Dora Spille, Myrtle Stein, Frieda Tacke, Edward Tarahowsky, Sam Tarnow, Sam Thompson, Arno Toth, Andrew Tretiua, Roland Tuhtar, Eugene Van Ells. Paul Vogel, Sam llrzal, Lawrence Walter, Andrew Wangerln, Chester Welti, Paul Wiesner, Fred Wigodsky, David Witte, Louis Woerfel, Earl Zahn, Frank Stein. Jennie Steinberg, Jennie Steller, Eileen Sverdlin, Rose Swanson, Edith Voigt, Bonita Wachman, Helen Wangerin, Olive Wegner, Olive Adamson, Chester Allen, Herliirt Angel, Max Arnstein, Herbert Ielannenberg, Albert Rarteck, Marvin Ratzler, William Bauman. Donald Berkoff, Louis Boruszak, Byron Brandt, Joseph Bricker, Aaron Budner. Irvin Butzlaff, Herbert Cohen, Abe Conrad, Curt Ehrlich, Jacobs Feerick, Clarence Fischer, Frank Forbes, Merle Forman, Harry Forman, Sam Fox, Ralph Fritz, Edmund Fuchs, Alfred Furst. Harry Graap, Carl Greenberg, Isadore Greenberg, William Gritzmacher, Orlen Haber, Frank Heidner, Lester Helm, Raymond Hershkowitz, Fred XV y. , -V'-vp - . fave... ' ' XiVC""-'41 .. , WM. ' . wma. Q we A . L lr Herzog, Cyril Hicks, Gilbert Horwitz. Mathew Hotz, Victor Kissinger, Harold Klainer, Joseph Klingbeil. Louis Koepke, Herbert Klug, Walter Kops. Eugene Kops, Gerald Krasno, Maurice Krausslach. Carl Knrzer, Abe Lambert, Abe La Pidus, Abe Lederer, Arthur Lerner, Sam Leshinsky, Morris Lubotsky, Charles ltlankoi, Jake lilarquzirdt. Oswald Minascovitz, Sam Mueller, Edgar Ostach, William I'oertner, Alfred Raasch. Stanley Rahr. James Resnick, David Ringe, Fredric Rothblatt, Louis Sass. Paul Schapiro, William Schiewitz, Sidney Schmidt, Arthur Schmidt, Marvin Schnioeker, Raymond Schoenecker, Otto Schoenfeld, Harvey Sicula, Harry Singer, Julius Spracker, Sol Thatcher, Ellery Thnrmann. Alfred Tredup. Richard Vogel, Thorn Wehrle. Otto Weisman, Joseph Weidiger, Frank VVolfman, Sam Wright, William Zache, Arthur OUR WAR SAVINGS SOCIETIES The following statistics show that competition has been keen and that great interest has been shown among the various War Savings Societies that have been formed in this school. Allowance must, however, be made for the nature of the class and for the number of active members. One society has as few as six or seven members, while there are several which have nearly forty. NAME Mac"s Thrift Club. Kaiser Stampers. . Woodrow Wilson Thrift Society.. . Franklin Thrift Society ......... Vanderlip Thrift Society ........ Uncle Sam's War Savings Society. S. 0. S. ..................... . Exponents of Thrift ....... .... Loyalty Thrift Brigade .... .... Liberty Savers .......... .... Hamilton W. S. S. ....... . . . . Sum Thrift ..... Liberty War Savings Society ..... Fidelity Thrift Society. ..... . Anti-Waste W. S. S. ....... . . . . Car-ry'0n W. S. S. Yankee Doodle Club. . . . . . . Victory W. S. Club. .......... . . 100 Per Cent Club ............. Save Money to Save Lives Club. . . Thrifty Badgers W. S. Society .... S. I. 0. A. War Savings Society. . . Thriftagorean Society ,,..... . . . Over the Top ........ ..... Crusaders . .......... . . . . Com1nercialW. S. S. .... . . . . Forward Thrift Club ..... .... Thrifty Mathematicians . . . . . . . La Fayette Club. . Bolivar W. S. S. .... . Willing Science Savers .......... The Systematic Saving Baby Bond Buyers. . . Fenton Save Right. . . Spirit of '76 .... Pro Patria ....... Society . . . PRES. or CAPT. Anita Runge .... Lester Schuck Corona Donner . Alfred Schneider Lois Horning . .. Juanita Preval. . . Earl Brandau . . . Harold Kissinger. William Batzler . Erwin Stroessner Elmer Biersach . Walter Porth George Adami .. Harry Primakow. Fred de Harde . Florence Boester David Wigodsky Hubert Bade Katherine Hleiler. Lester Holubek . Gertrude Horwitz Nathan Koppel . Earl Miller ..... Florence Brown . Mira Ewert ..... Walter Sawyer . Ralph Stehling . Viola Knepprath. Fanny Berliand . Elva Breitkreutz AD VI SER. . . .Mr. L. C. MacKinney. ...Mr. A. O. Craven. . . .Miss Smith. . . .Mr. Blaisdell. . . .Miss Johnson. . . .Miss Martin. ...Mr. Krenerick. . . .Miss McKillop. ...Miss Shapiro. . . .Miss Conlan. . . .Miss Tetsch. . . .Miss Flemming. . . .Miss Griswold. . . .Mr. Werner. ...Mr. Stephany. . . .Miss Suckow. . . .Miss Foley. . . .Miss Griffiths. . . .Miss Cropper. ...Miss Henika. . .Miss Drew. . . .Miss Brown. . . .Miss Walker. . . .Miss . . .Miss . . .Miss . . .Miss . . .Miss Roberts. Roberts. Schoenk. Mills. AAICIIQ. .. .Miss von Cotzhausen. . . .Mr. Braun. Norman De Nosaquo. Miss Myer. Arnold Ansfeld . Frank Haber Dorothy Seifert . Florence Fettig . Charles Goldberg . . .Miss Aldrich. ...Miss Zahl. .. .Miss Massee. . . .Miss Roethke. ...Mr. Van Horn. Eighty-five C' 5 , ' t ,E L : Y Clarence, Ehr le DEDICATION. VVe have struggled through all the obstacles which have beset our path and finally have reached the end ot' our labors. But why do we say the obstacles which have beset our path A? Indeed many and many a hindrance and setback has fallen to the share ot' the Language Department. lt is a. department which in general is given too little attention by the student body. At times the lack of support was very discouraging, but we Thought. it was because the students did not understand the true value of language. The worth and importance ot language cannot be overestimated. Especially in these trying times of war, preparations should be made for the period of reconstruction that must inevitably Follow when French, Spanish, Russian, ltalian, even German and the basic Latin language. all will become of more vital importance than they ever were before. lt may he profitable for the citizens of tomorrow to prepare themselves for this crisis, this in- evitable demand i'or men and women who can speak at least one language besides their own. We, the editors of the Language pages. do sincerely hope that next semester will find this department surpassed by no other, and We take great pleasure in dedicating this department to those who are fortunate or unfortunate enough to follow in our footsteps. ROME AND THE UNITED STATES. Rome, the United States of the early ages. was pressed on the north by the Cimbri and Tentons, the present-day Huns, or Germans. VVhen the pressure became too great. Julius Faesar hastened to Gaul to subjugate the barbarians in their own territory. Similarly, We must hasten to France to subjugate the 'l'eutons lest they cause a Eighty-six ,, ,V H xmv s- , -' ' M. . -.a f -, ag md ..-f---"' ff' ,l'sv--.... . ' x V . 9 bi great pressure upon our land. Caesar was of the opinion that it was more favorable to fight the Teutons in their own land. Likewise we must realize that the Kaiser and forces must be dealt with in their own or in the immediate vicinity of their own strongholds, before they have an opportunity to come to our doors. f We find the Kaiser in the German, Ariovistus. Treacherously he led Caesar into a peace conference, only to turn around and order his cavalry to attack Caesar 's at the conference. Just so, the Kaiser has tried to induce the Allies to come to a peace conference and to talk peace, when he knew he was opposed to peace. But we must not let the present Ariovistus trick us as the ancient Ariovistus did Caesar. We must be alert and ready to offer peace only when Kaiserism has been completely ruined. Again the Romans defeated Mithridates but let him slip away with his life. In a few years Mithridates was again heard from. Again he attacked Rome and, though he was' defeated he kept intact his spirit of world empire. Though we defeat the Kaiser We must not be satisfied until we have him securely placed behind the bars of Democracy, Where never again he may be able to stir up the law- abiding peoples of peaceful countries. Experience has taught us a lesson and though the Romans were negligent, our country will not be so. ' THE LANGUAGE OF THE TRENCHES. Much has been written about the hardships, the suffering and the glory of the boys in the trenches. But not so much has there been said about the funny, provincial, original twists of speech which the English, especially indulge in. To our inexperienced and unsuspect- ing Sammy their quaint expressions may have seemed laughable, but no more so than our own American slang seems funny to them. While woman is fickle and invariably so, listen to this Tommy H just inn: "Of course I ain't sayin' war's pleasant, far from it. There 's the route marches, and the everlastin' salutin', and the bully beef, and the bumps on the ground at night. But there 's compensations. Take my case. I had three sisters all learning the piano at once, and all of 'em dubs at it. Yeah, it could be worse. Pass the cake. kid." An- other, relating his experiences the day before, said: "When the time came to go in to dinner, a lady servant with awful nice feet looked in the door and said: 'Madam, eh surry.' She looked right at me, too, and though I didn 't savvy, I winked back. But nothing happened. Aunty just said, 'Mercy' CMerciD, and we all fell in. She's dinkum fthe real thingb she is-dinkurn as they make 'em." Listen to another Cthey are procured through the cour- tesy of Miss Coreyj : "Hi in 't never mide no speech before. Hi in't. QTrue Cockney dialect.J But hi hintend to mike one now, hi do. Hi and me mites was submarined the other dy. It 's the fyshion to be submarined nowadays, so you see we have been very fashionable. Ha! Ha! We wuz took in by kind people. The consul give us these Eighty-seven ,M vwi' v K1 I I , V TQ nice clothes to wear. 'E was a good cove, 'e wuz. 'E give us our train fare toiuereg and I Want to say I never was treated hetter no- where than I been treated right 'ere in this 'ere place, a11d I want to give three cheers for the ladies in Iilighty. anil-and-well-Gawd sive the King!" Perhaps these speeches seem funny to you. and perhaps not. They're at least interesting specimens of the kind of language and trench parlance in general use, lt is just another illustration of the value of good expression and of the ahility to speak one's own tongue well. 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Schneider Albert Wingender Dennis Guzzetta To get many people to meet promptly at a given time and place is a task for a genius. Mr. H. C. Krenerick, with expert knowledge of the physical and human aspects of this problem graphs in this HTattler" YVC: thank him l , successfully engineered the many group photo- lfliglity-ltim - eu, V , AWAY v- f '-'rv A 'v 7,ff"-we I ,Assy .S l X 4 THE GIRLS' CLUB. Critics: Miss Brown, Miss Henika, Miss Roberts. The "Girls' Club May Party" was given Thursday, May 9, in the gymnasium, under the direction of the 1920 and 1921 girls. Pre- ceding the program planned, the girls joined in dancing. The Heralds then announced the approach of the May Queen. Her pro- cession was headed by girls Hitting about strewing flowers in her path. Surrounded by heir courtiers our President, Clara Kolster, ascended her throne and was crowned Queen of the May with a. Wreath of flowers. The "tiniest fairy," in the person of Ruth Zinn, entertained her with a graceful little dance. Tillie Pollard rendered another lovely dance. Two girls, Phyllis Billerbeck and Frances Wright, representing winter, danced for the Queen. Hertha Preussler and Lorraine Nehmens, as spring, danced a very pretty May dance. The Spring Song was sung by Ethel Kuechenmeister. A little patriotic sketch entertained all present immensely. Girls, some in overalls and some in aprons and sunbonnets, represented the work of war gardening. Dancing, in which all girls joined, concluded the program. We all appreciate the work the girls in charge did in order to carry out the splendid affair. M. N. D. Critic: Mr. Craven. During the past four years, ever since the North Division Emblem Club has been in existence, it has endeavored to place athletics at our school on a higher plane, to interest Freshmen and others not connected with athletics, and, lastly, to bring together as many men as possible who possess an emblem officially recognized. The club differs from our other societies in that regular meet- ings are not held. However, during the past year several meetings were called, among them being the initiation of new members. At present the membership of the club consists of about twelve. Of these about half are to graduate, namely, Ralph Spetz, George Schmidt, Herbert Wolter, Elmer Krueger and Alfred Schneider. The following will remain: Carl Otto, William Jacobs and William Droegkamp, who is at present working on a farm. But who will take the place of the graduating members? Surely the departure of a few will not hinder the club in carrying on its work and purpose. No! Let us keep up the membership so that the club may continue to be an important factor in the life of our school. - Ninety The Girls' Club THE DRAMATIC CLUB September 21, Room 24--Election of new members. October 19, Room 24-Talks by old members on the work and policy of the club. . November 23, Room 24--Discussion ol' how to study a play. December 3, Room 24-Five dollars voted to Uhristmas Packet Fund for N. D. boys in service. December 14, Assembly, Room 26-Play, '4Mrs. 'I'ubb's Telegram." " Hooverized " Christmas party. January 18, Room 24--Election of officers. Farewell address by Williain Ouweneel. March 1, Assembly-Dress rehearsal, "Loan of a Lover." Business meeting. April 19, Room 24-Patriotic address by Wlilliam Ouweneel. Mes- sages from Dramatic "Sammies" in France. May 17, Assembly-Play, mllhe Burglar." Contribution voted to Red Cross. Mav 20. Assembly-Plav. Hlioan ot a lioverf' Monday morninv s f . - Q D program. June 12, Room 24-Election of oliicers. Carl Bade Rose Bortin Nathan Boruszak Florence Browne Rudolph Froehlig Norma flilffllllltll Gertrude I-lecker Ninety-two MEMBERS. Adviser: Miss Foley. lfllizahetli Hersh 'lClmer Ilolzhaeuser 'Edna Ilafemeister Josephine Guzzi-ttu llertrude Horwitz Rosalind .luster Jenefer Krenerick Ntllllllvl Lekomovitz Nilfllilll Schwid Dorothy Schmidt Earl Wanecek Edith NY:1X 7322? an ., - A ' ve- , f W .-'- - ' T -S' K'w?g5a3gex2,u '-P f-'-- --""" V I ,Q THE ORCHESTRA. Critic: Miss Suckow. The concert given by the orchestra June the seventh was un- doubtedly a sueeess. The school and Miss Suckow are to be con- gratulated. But Miss Suckow deserves more than congratulations from us: she deserves our most sincere thanks, for we highly appre- ciate her untiring efforts to bring our school into prominence, not in the athletic tield. nor in that ot oratory and literature, but in that of music: and the enviable prominence we now enjoy in that is the retribution of Miss Suekow endeavors, and the pride of every stu- dent of North Division. The program was well chosen. Each number was a popular gem-light in character, and thus easily understood. Perhaps the most interesting of the orchestra numbers was the Valse Triste- typically French. Grieg's Anitrals Dance from his Peer Gynt Suite offers little difficulties that were well executed by the iirst violin. The Three Dances of Henry Vlll by German are charming num- bers-weird and enchanting. The Joscha Heifetz of North Side who bears the name Herbert Thuermann has proved himself deserving of high praise. So rever- berant a tone, and such a mastered technique makes his playing very enjoyable indeed. Congratulations! The Cantata. the Walrus and the Carpenter, by Fletcher, which tells a sad, sad story of skies and seas and sands and oysters, was undoubtedly the feature of the program. Miss Suckow proved herself not only capable of conducting our orchestra, but a chorus of mixed voices as well. ,lt was verv well done indeed. Truly it was an 1 . . 7 The Orchestra Ninety-three W-, nw, .,.. -,.-' -"- 'gjjj'111i. ' e f' W' c?i:':1r:22121f2 f ""A " 3 Zi if enjoyable evening, and we look forward to another like it next year. Messrs. Walter Pohl. flutist, Harry Gerber, clarinetist, and Edgar Roemheld, cellist, kindly assisted. All were at one time con- nected with tlie school. MEMBERS. Itoemheld. Heinz Ackerman, Helen NViesuer. Fred 'ilhllPl'll12lIl, Herbert Marks. William Kuutz, Chester Hlumhergz. Sam Kissinger. Harold l,it-beuberg. Edward Erensky. flltll'Il Malig. lfllda Sm-hapiro. William Jacobson. Ruby lfroelilig, Rudolph Welch. Gerald t'ul1n. Joseph PALLADIUM. i Critic: Miss Mills. Due to the great number ol' members who will graduate in June, the Palladium Debating Society is in need of recruits. The Palladium does not propose to have a very large member- ship, but is aiming to establish a small but active society. Therefore only earnest and industrious students are desired. Every student needs practice in debating. Join now. Room 31. The Palladium has had unusual opportunities in procuring rich material for its debates and it has availed itself ot' these vast stores of material during the past semester. MEMBERS. Charness. Ilavid, I'resident FlllliUlStQ-'ill. Morris. Vice President Fettigr, Florence, Secretary Kaseh. Ileury Smoller, Peter Schulner, Julia, Treasurer Ntroessuer, Erwin Ladashinsky. Sum Guzzetta. Dennis. Vensor Hiller, Saul Ansfeld. Arnold Scheibel. Justus Wallsehlaeger, Edward Woliter. Russell Cohen. Joe Polesky. Fred Iherzavitz, Aaron I-Ihrle, Vlarenee Hertz, Albert Paseh. Morris Levin. Pearl Lewis. Ren Friedman. Abe Mabovitz, Clara Ninety-four THE SCIENCE CLUB. Critic: Mr. VW-rner. In 1906 several students w'ith Mr. Werner as advisor organized the Science Club. This club was organized for the purpose of pro- moting the sciences, which are taught in our school. The purpose of the organizers has been carried out successfully thus tar, with the aid of scientific speakers from our own school, the Milwaukee Museum, the Agricultural Department of Vllisconsin. etc. The subjects discussed would. in a general classification, come under the head of physics. chemistry. biology. geography. agriculture. and others. This semester some ot' the topics discussed were: Flowers. Animals, Light. Heat. Sound, X-Ray, Oxygen. llirigibles, and others. All of them were of interest. to the members. The Science f'lub conducted inspection tours through factories this semester. One favorite factory visited was the lluiek Ice Cream f'ompany's plant. Perhaps the most interesting of all. however. was the VVestinghouse Lamp Co. On May 2, Mr. Krenerick, teacher of Physics in our school. lee- tured on Ulu the Realm of Nature Beyond the Senses." The subject included Light. Heat. Sound. X-Ray and Electricity. Mr. Krenerick has lectured before the Science Ulub a number of times. lt is need- less to say that the lecture was enjoyed by all who heard it. On May 16 the Science Flub members listened to a very interest- ing Students' Program. At this meeting many experiments on oxygen were performed. The speakers were Dorothy Steuerwald and Ora Helter. President, Williaiii Trettin. Vice-President, Albert VVingender. Secretary. Dorothy Steuerwald. Treasurer. Saul E. Hiller. Ninety-tive Nimxty-six There's a Winner in Each Corner! and Some Between V IV V V "V .x -. ...VI r. "' V--.-V'.4,'. 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'5-1 S.. fi'-f'.!"?--5 -" '. : '-'-' 7 - -- f.,'?i's'--..' a4-Y' 'ff T- ' ""'45'- " - " A A "' " W- - -- ,.,.,,.,, A . .,,,. .. . W Than 'R T LET F -'T NORTH WINS MEET AT MADISON. On Saturday. May 25. our men traveled to Madison ready for a state championship. Yes. we won. Ralph Spetz .... Ralph Spctz .. Ralph Spetz .... Al Schneider Fred Graf ...... George Schmidt ........ E. Schmidt ............ .......Iirst ....tirst ....first ....first . .... Hrst 440-yard Dash. 220-yard Dash. Broad Jump. 220-yard Low Hurdles. One-Half Mile. l . . . ftied tor second in Pole Vault. A total of 27 points. North has at last cracked the ice. VVe are now state champions. Congratulations, fellows. Standing of Milwaukee High Schools. 1. NORTH ... 2. East, . . . . 3. West .... 4. South ....... VVashington 6 . Points. . . . 27 . . . 25 . . . 22 . . . 12 . 9 . Bay View .................. . 1 North Second in City Meet. West ...... .... I 381,54 points NORTH . .... ..... i 2625, points Riverside .. . .... 261,44 points WHSll111gfOl1 . ....... 13M points South ............. 1014 points Bay View ......... 1 point Spetz ran first in 220-yd. dash. 440-yd. dash. and placed first in hroad jump. Schneider placed first in low hurdles, third in 100-yd. dash. and third in hroad jump. Graf, first in half mile. Hammon. third i11 javelin and 120-yd. hurdles. Tuthar tied for lirst in high jump. Geo. Schmidt. second i11 pole vault. E. Schmidt. tied for third i11 pole vault. Otto tied For third in high jump. Ninety-seven V - ,pq-.f'1fa ',. x-,iw . ..,. -.,,-was f '- --...-.-.---'M ----' uns ' QDL11' Qlnarhea MR. A. O. CRAVEN. Anyone who has been in a position to study the progress of North Side High along athletic lines will understand what Mr. Craven has done for our school since he began coaching here, four years ago. The difficulties he has had to encounter are familiar to most of us, and his power to make championship teams out of prac- tically .poor material places him foremost among the coaches of the country. He has had to compete with as few as ten eligible men to send into play the day before a game. However, by his supreme management and wise judgment he has overcome all obstacles and has proved himself master of the situation in almost every case. MR. L. C. MACKINNEY. L. C. MacKinney, to us known as "Mac", as a co-worker to Mr. Craven, has no equal. The responsibility of putting out strong second teams has been conferred upon "Mac", and he certainly has put out "some" second teams, which were largely responsible for the regular teams' wonderful showing for the past several years. Not only is he a good football coach but also proved that he is 'fright there" as a track coach and an athlete himself. MR. H. GOETZ. Although not directly connected with either the track or football squads, Mr. Goetz has, by his work with the boys in the gym classes, proven invaluable to Messrs. Craven and MacKinney in' that he has taught the boys the fundamental work, the importance of which cannot be overestimated. Besides laying the foundations, he has by means of his well-known "sparks" of oratory induced many an indifferent boy to come out for track or join the football squad. The North-Riverside Dual Meet-North, 64, East 67. The second annual dual meet with Riverside was held at River- side Field on Saturday, May 4th, Ideal weather conditions brought several hundred "fans" of both schools out to cheer for their respective teams. To say the meet was a "thriller" is putting it mildly, for not once during the meet were both schools separated by more than six points. The fact that North Division is not allowed to throw the hammer and had to concede Riverside 9 points before the meet began was the deciding factor in the meet. Ralph Spetz, our own silent wonder, managed to garner up 15 points, giving him first individual honors. Otto's and Hammond's work with the javelin this season showed itself to advantage in this meet. "Al" Schneider won second honors with twelve points and Stolley, of Riverside, came next with eleven points to his credit. The last event, namely, that of the Pole Vault, was undoubtedly Ninety-eight A V V .' V 2 , A at V G , if the best event of the day. Landkowski, of Riverside, was forced to put forth his supreme effort in order to win from George Schmidt. He cleared the bar at 10 ft. 8 in., an exceptionally good mark for this time of the year. The N orth-Washington Dual Meet-North, 7255 Washington, 53V2. On Saturday afternoon, May 11th, our hoys met Washington High at Washington Park in our first annual dual meet. Here again that true Hblue and white" North High spirit manifested itself, for there were no less than two hundred northsiders on the sidelines when the meet started. The above score tells the real story, for although the Washington hoys put up some real fight, our boys had a, comparatively easy time in wresting away a victory. Ralph Spetz, as usual, was first among the point getters, gather- ing three first, or 15 points, to his credit. He was closely followed by t'Bil1" Hamman with 13 points. THE TRACK SQUAD North Division Field and Track Records. 100-yard Dash- E. Matzek, 1023 sec ............. 220-yard Dash-R. Spetz, 2293 see ........ ..... . .Madison, City Meet, 1916 1917 440-yard Dash-R. Spetz, 49? sec .......... ..... C lity Meet, 1917 880-yard Run-G. Geerlings, 2 min. 5? sec .... . . City Meet, 1915 1-mile Run-S. Shapiro, 4 min. MMS sec .......... City Meet. 1916 220-yard Hurdles-A. Schneider, 26? sec. ........... Madison, 1918 120-yard Hurdles-P. Reed, 1715 secff ........ South vs. North, 1917 Pole Vault-A. Schmidt, 10 ft. SMQ in... ...... City Meet, 1916 Ninety-nine ,.. .. .1 Q97 Y "2 ""' Q High Jump-P. Reed, 5 ft. 615 in ................. City Meet, 1917 Broad Jump-R. Spetz, 20 ft. 10 in ................ Discus Throw-F. Roeseler, 113 Et ................ W-mile Relay-CSpetz,, Matzek, Mahlberg, Simonsj, 1362, Shot Put-M. Mahlberg, 39 ft. 10 in .......... North vs. South "' Reed ran a close second at Madison in 1917 to a 16y5 race. HOME MEET RECORDS. QMeet He1d.La.st Friday in April each yea:r.J 100-yard Dash-A. Schneider, 10? sec 220-yard Dash-R. Spetz, 24M seo .... 440-yard Dash--R. Spletz, 54V5 see ..... .Madison, 1918 State Meet, 1917 1916 1918 City Meet, Javelin Throvs'-W. Hannnon, 158 ft .... North vs. Washington, ,1917 1917 1918 1918 880-yard Run-F. Graf, 2 min. 15M sec ..... . . . 1918 1-mile Run--G. Geerlings, 5 min. 10 sec ..... .... 1 915 120-yard Hurdles-P. Reed, 1712 sec ....... ...... 1 917 220-yard Hurdles-A. Schneider, 29 sec ................... 1917-18 Pole Vault-G. Schmidt, 10 ft. 7 in ......................... 1918 High Jump-D. Millar, '15, A. Weis11e1', '16, C. Otto, '18, Tuthar, '18, 5 ft. 2 in. Broad Jump-E. Bannenberg, 19 ft. 2 in.. Shot Put--G. Mueller, 36 ft. 4 in ....... Discus-F. Roeseler, 112 ft ........ . Javelin-C. Otto, 140 ft ..... A. Schneider, '18, 1915 1915 1917 .1918 - W ,. 04 i 78516. aw 1917 TEAM One hundred 'iii f 1 . ...W -ek x a EsTbefr ArndT I Chariots Holvoj IT'S A GREAT LIFE. By Susan Knippel, '15, I remember that an English teacher o11ce said that the best occupations were those to which each day brought some new expe- riences. No two days of a teachers lite are exactly alikeg but a substitute can claim the greatest variations. For a time it is very fascinating to be sent 011 a moments notice to some tar-distant school. but the time comes when we all crave something ,more Hxed. With the close of my first year's work, I know that some of my richest teaching experiences have passed. l have worked i11 thirty public schools, and spent some time in each of the eight grades. VVith this wide range of subject matter and all possible types of children to cope with, one can readily see what great problems must be solved quickly and discreetly. The work of any grade must be approached in different ways by teachers in ditterent sections of the city. for not all children receive the same home training. That day is unusually dull which brings forth no funny tricks, jokes. letters. or compositions. lt the publishers of NVebster's Dic- tionary wish to discover unknown uses ot words, I refer them to the sentences containing new spelling words. Such sentences as "l woke at air brake", "'l'bey give prosperous merchants by Schusters". ttllly eat has liquors", are not uncommon. Notes, ad- vancing' to the love-letter type, are still written a11d frequently dis- covered by the teacher. 'l'he present generation is fond ot limericks and revised versions of "Yankee Doodle" and Nursery Rhymes. April Fool tricks are in vogue 5365 days ot the year. One girl handed a German teacher a. bag ol' Easter eggs on April lst. Clt was a bag ot' stones.j Vie all repent some ot' the tricks of our childhood. To any one who wishes to see all the types ot children in Mil- waukee public school l can only say. "Join the ranks of the substitutes. " Eunice Ethier, '17. is a freshman at Milwaukee-Downer College. At present she is taking 'l'rigonometry, English, Vocal Expression, One hundred-one , -4,,,,,,, , MBV vw """f ' 1-we ,""' Q.. --f-::"'f' 4122? ' ' 7 C. ----W -fA--' -"' French, Latin, and Gymnasium. She is not only a brilliant student, but a good patriot, and an active Red Cross worker. She is very much liked by all her classmates. University News. Helen Hoppin, '16, a former editor-in-chief of the Tattler, re- ceived iirst prize in the state-wide competition for her War Savings poster design. Ralph Hantzsh, '16, who was known as "Pigmy" at North Side, is professor of Radio Telegraphy in the Physics department. Doris Berger, '16, is a reporter on the Daily Cardinal staff. Joe Sherr also writes for the Cardinal, as feature and sporting writer. Harold "Curly" Shaper, '15, has a star in the U. service flag. Herman Huber, '16, turned over a new leaf, and got only four excellents in his studies this quarter. He claims he could not make any more because he is only taking four studies. Carl Kottler is student-assistant in the Electrical Engineering Department. He always was an electrical wizard. How is this for a nice bit of Alumni news? Beatrice Siegel, '18, attended a "Frat" dance at Madison on the 10th ot May as the guest of Philip Reed, '17. North Division has her eye on you, Beatrice, and shall be ready to extend to you her congratulations. ilili- Professor Kenneth Duncan, '07, dean of the Christian College at Canton, China, in a letter to his father in Milwaukee, says the Chinese are buying United States W. S. S. at a great rate. After leaving North Division, Professor Duncan attended Wabash College, Indiana. He visited here three years ago, and took his bride back to China. Evelyn Gruendler, '15, has been very ill. Hcre's wishing her a speedy and complete recovery. Esther Ethier, '15, Anita Oelke, '16, Mabel Hanson, Julia de Bore, Hertha Moritz, '16, Susan Knippel, '15, Olga Roessler and Florence Pollworth, '16, are :substitutes patiently waiting for permanent positions. Adele Ludwig, '15, has been teaching German at the Hi-Mount Boulevard School this semester. Helen Holdinga, '17, is a teacher of piano. Anita Otto, '15, is working in the Public Library. Mrs, Goldie Mabowehz Meyerson, '16, may be seen at the North Avenue Library. Elizabeth Fass, -of the class of February, 1917, died in Mt. Sinai Hospital on May 9th. Her teachers and classmates will remem- ber Elizabeth's gay, joyous presence, and her spirit will live on with us. Nathan M. Brader died at Storm Lake, lowa, on April 7. He received his education at North Side from 1907 to 1911, although leaving before graduation. The faculty and many alumrni who knew him unite in extending sympathy to his family. gyv xiqw ll a F K E If 'iam X L. wg is lil Q 'wa-'Q " ""' 11 ' ff tal: A 1 ,' , 'Q A ' .. 8 I s ,,,-7:p." , Qt , Z. ,V ,Ali Q li ' s l , X ' -4 H, LI V K A V , A f... Anile: Runge Q' Carla lpbblalozli So many 4-xchanges have lwvn sent To us during this last year That to mention them all would prove A most laborious task. wo fear. Ilonce we shall do the easiest thing: NVe'll acknowledge thvm all right lwrv With many thanks. oxprvssing the hopv 'Phat nvxt fall thoy'll all reappoar. HMI ami Blnrk, Ilillslmoro High School. April: A very neat little magazine. NVQ onjoyod your storivs and jokvs immensely. t'ongratulations on tlu- wondvrful roll ot honor. XVQ hope all your lmoys will he sa foly returnvd to you. Thr Vomrl, Vllost Division High. Milwaukcv, NVis. April: NVQ groatly admiro your school spirit about tho coming track meets. hut wi- wonclor il' you will got tho CllZllllPl0llSlllPS you arv looking forward to. Your vvrsvs and jokvs aro good. as usual. The picturos and cartoons add grvatly to tho attracftivoness ot your magazinm-. Tlw fll"iff'l'IilHI, VVaupaca. VVis., April: VVQI enjoy your lnagaziuv vvm-ry timv wo re-c-vivo it. Your litorary material is especially good. VVo would suggust a fvw oartoons and snap-shots to add a littlo to tho spirit ot your magazine. Thr T1'1?'z'nir1n, Tiffin. Ohio, April: Your litorary mat:-rial is vc-ry good. Wo would suggest ai little more material in your local and joke dvpartuwnts. Your depart- ment headings arc- very good from tho artistic point of view, lwut out of proportion to tho size' ot your magazins-. Said and Ilonw, Muskegon. Mich., April: Your cowl' design is wry attractivv. 'I'lu1 rolors blond lwautis fully. VW enjoyed your cartoons immonsoly. "High School Ons hund rod- th roo - '-mm.. ,I HRW v- ., ' X '..rf'."" I ...-. 1 t c. --.W --'-' -' -AQ'- ,z nun V ' 1 Life," the story with illustrations, deserves special mention. The Commerce Life, Columbus, Ohio, April: Your letters from your Sammies are very interesting. It is of extreme interest to hear what other Sammies are doing '4Over there." Your athletic department is unusually well worked up. We hope you will have a very successful season. Your method of Writing up your locals in the form of a calendar is very original and interesting. We also like your idea of publish- ing your school song. Track season is a very appropriate time for this. The Liincolniaii, Tacoma, Wash., April: You have a very interesting school paper. Your stories are very exciting and clever. The Junior class may consider itself very fortunate to have such a clever poet as the author of "When the Jazz Band Plays" and "Old Fightin' Uncle Sam" is, in their midst. Your jokes touch the right spot. Let us hear from you again. Marquette University Journal, Milwaukee, February and March: T-he detective story, "The Cabal," has all the thrills that the usual detective stories have. It is a very good piece of work. The freshman poetry is very original and clever. We are sure you have the beginnings of many Shakespeares and Burnses in this class. The author of the story, '4When a Man is Double Crossed," deserves special mention. Dobra, Newport High School, April: The Story, "Wher1 Books Meet," is a very clever piece of work. The rest of the material is good, but we look in vain for cartoons. The Eh Kah Nam, Walla Walla, Wash., April: V A very interesting school magazine. The 'iExtracts" from the letters you received from your Sammies are especially interesting. The Kodak, Milwaukee-Downer College, April: This surely was a spring number. "Seed-ition," the weed advice, is a very clever piece of work. The World, St. Paul, Minn., April: The cartoons and snap-shots in your magazine make it one of our favorite exchanges. Your literary material is exceptionally good. The judges of your literary contest surely recognize good stories when they see them. "Pickles," the first prize story, deserves a great deal of praise. The cartoons, "Shots from the Navy," are very amusing. We gratefully acknowledge exchanges from the following: The Barb, De Kalb Township High School, March. The Cardinal, South Division High, Milwaukee, May 3. The Oracle, Bay View, April. High Life, Long Beach, Cal., April 26. Marquette Tribune, Milwaukee, May 2. The Student, Portsmouth High, April. The Mountaineer, Butte, Mont., April. One hundred-four Norman Leshin Henry Rothblatt Nathan Cohen THE ADVERTISING ASSISTANTS. By Henry Rothblatt. lt is g'l'2llll'.X'lllg' as advvrtisiiig managm' to have- had the sim-vi-v and undivided Oo-opt-ration of tlu- following studvnts in making this number tho dvsirvd tinancial suof1c-ss. lt is moro gratifying to know that the-sv studvnts haw como forth willingly. knowing and making known thu iniportanvv ol' tho sulvjoc-t. 'l'lugv are in all rospocts of Qredit dosorvillg of living uallvd "'l'liv Advm-rtising Assistants." VVliotlwr' it is Nathan Huppa 's staggo talcnt that hc-lpud him svcuro his ads T do not know, hut his rl-sults haw proved that he has a wondcrful pvrsuasivv intlue-11cm-. lt must ln' his porsonality. Justus Sclwilwl has tho dignity and pvrsistoiucy ol' an advortisiiig solicitor. Many a lmusinc-ss placv FPllllSl'll him upon the- first approach. hut it was his pvrsistt-nt otleorts which Sk'Clll'W.l him tho ad upon his second approach. Clarencv Elirlm- has provvd himsvll' practical in ovvry way. liv- sidvs living a good studont. hm- has a good lniowlmlgv of husinvss tactics. lt must lw his praisvwortliy powm-1' ol' 1-xprossion which has coxiviiuzvd many a husinoss man ot tho valuv ol' advvrtising' in tho 4"I'attlm-r." Norman Lvshin's lmsinvss vxporivilcv and ahility has aidvd him in selling advertising space-. His succvss in inducing' otlu-rs in this undvrtakiiig Cpartim-ularly girlsl is rvprcsvntativo of his efforts. Whvn it camo to taking part of a Stllllt'l't'l' in tho Senior play. David Vharnvss playvd his part wvll. hut whvn it camo to ohtaining ads t'o1' thv "'l'attlor"' ho transliornn-d all this ahility into tho rapidity. clvariivss and K'0llVlllCt'lclllllUSS of fluvnt spevoli. One 11undi'od-tiw- . ,, .... . . fm ,,.,.-f-" ul.: ,, .:, v M A 1,-MM., ,,.. , ,,... .,--'-"":: ...,..,. Aw , " A A vy,53415fi'2Fi4:A f, 'T cr 111 .-.. - -f----- '--f-- - V "' , , ip Although Elmer Klng's complexion never changes whe11 refused an ad, his blood boils and he resolves to do better next time. His pleasing appearance plays an important part in his success ot' obtain- ing advertisements. The importance ol' the ad question was so impressing upon our editor, Earl Miller, that he was not satistied until a contract for one full page ad had his signature. tlertrude Heller 's ability in securing advertisements proves that she has the knack of indueing men to vote for women suffrage without. debate. 'llhe future women 's business world will be glad to know that Eva Feinberg. Florence Karger, Ruth R. Schiewitz. Hertha Preussler, Marie Huber, Norma llartmuth. and lllollie Glinberg are blessed with the power of persuasion. The "'l'attler" will be fortunate next year in having such solic- itors as Louis Pl. Rothhlatt, Joe Brandt. Norman Muellner. Elmer A. liiersach. George Husalc. llarry Alberts. Abe Zelonky, llarry B. Sadotif. and Albert Pichardt on the advertising staff. lt is to the regret ot' the advertising department that Ralph Spetz. Alfred Schneider. t'harles Holvey, and Arthur Weinstein are leaving through graduation. but it is hoped that they will convert. their advertising sales ability into some other braneh of profitable work. 'l'l1ese students who have been particularly tireless and persistent in their etforts in assisting in this project may be proud of the fact that they took part in making this number a financial success and in being members of the advertising department of the "'l'attler." Advertising Assistants TOP ROW: Elmer C.Klug, Ralph Spetz. Clarence Ehrle, Elmer A. Biersach, Harry Alberts, George Husak. MIDDLE ROW: Louis E. Rotl1blatt,Earl D. 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Empowered under the laws of the State of Wisconsin to grant fully recognized degrees of Bachelor of Science and Electrical Engineer: and a concentrated curriculum, forceful faculty. modern methods and complete equipment insure grad- uation in 3 years, C36 monthsl. Highly endorsed and recognized by all electrical world. Graduates sought everywhere. The best school for you-and right nt home. Under our co-operative technical educational plan you will be fur- nished a position if you wish, to work half day and attend school fclass, lectures, laboratories and testmgb 'half day-thus securing business, industrial and technical experience along with the practical electrical education and training re- ceived here. And with the pay you will receive for Working you can pay part or all of your tuition fee. Electricity offers the most and mightiest opportunities-and School of Engineering of Milwaukee has advantages no other institute of learning contains. So consider elec- tricity and its possibilities as your life's vocation, and get fully ac- quainted with School ot' Engineer- ing of Milwaukee, its advanced system, facilities and unequaled ad- vantages. Full particulars gener- ously and gladly given without ob- ligating you in the least. Inquire now. Visit Our School or Write for Prospectus Students Can Enter Any Time-Enroll Now School of Engineering of Milwaukee l24b-373 Broadway ' ' Milwaukee, Wisconsin I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I 1 li- 1:-4, I I I1 I I I I, I II I I I I I I I I I, II I1 II I I I I 1 I -1- ll Q' .-7.75 .-, .-.-.-577-7 , -...-kv, .-?.,.....-...-.-...-.-.-.- .-.-.-.--.-.--.-.-........-.-..-.-.-.-..--.-..-.-.......-...-..-...-.-.-..-...- .--..- .., fg.-..-.-, .-.,, , SHORTHAND In a shorter time, yet, thoroughly Day and Evening School all the year. We give- individual attentiong begin any day Badger State College Third S-t. and North Ave. Milwaukee .-A-A-,-A-1 ,,,,,,, H, , W , Y ,...-.....-.-.-- -,.- -T--.-, f -.-.,,, .-.-..-.-. , .-.-----1 4 V -l . S V . ' A EXCLUSIVE WOMENS WEAR 1223 1225 VLIET s'r I v --.-.-Y, - kv 1 :-.-.-.-......-.-...-........-..-...-.-.-.-....-.. ..-.-.-... .-....-.-.- .-.-...- ...... 4- .g........... .......................................................................................... 4. ...-.-...--....-,-.-.....,-.-.-.-...-. ..-,-...- IP- WITH H DUH ADVERTIEEHE KX X ulqlqpl II EE 5 E EE 1- Vx A fx !'N A xx 111 I 'l i - Fnii'i"FiiT:IF- I A I F fn g .ifZ- 'v0,. Y,g' lf va f fr .Y A A E- I . 7... Q fx fx I ,. , .. 3 V -- Eu- ' A X M FAN f"f f' 1' ' - 2 , ' 5 X f' David Clmrness 65-, 7 ,, A F I 'I' fif 1,1 5 .,,,., , , , Lili. ,L ll A MIXTURE. liy mixing Ilnl following nrliclvs yon will innlw n compound wliicfll will work woinlvrs. Go To Kropp's Sanitary Drug Store :nnl jllll'ifllilSt,' ez mixing liowl, and then go To Glahn nnrl Q01 il spoon, nnel r'v11n'n to your place of work. Takv zz brick of Henning's ice crvmii, zmml put if into H10 lrowl. Got an ponnml of l'lI0l'0l2lTl1S nt Jens' Cllllily slow and clissolvv in IllUll'Plf'l'l1Hlll, ln1frlon'te'nt it yvf. Go now To tln- Berg mlrng storm' lil' you nw noi mlvnfl iirvcll znnl lniy n ponlnl oi' livmlocrk nnll pnf il into Illll niixfnrv. lnaf mlon'f flrinl: or 9:11 if nnlvss yon wisli to follow Hocratvs to flw rivvl' lmilw. Hun fo Moran and lilly n vsn'i'of and got an piclilo from Seeman, nnml cnt fllfxlll info smnll pivcvs nnql put infoi lliv niixtnrv. Aclfl il lioillv of Nee-Ska,-Ra. spring' wnfvr, nnll mix for nliont nn ll0lll'. 'l'ln1n go To SChuSteI"s :incl lmy n wllito vlotli :enfl linvo it clyvrl lilnv lay Otto Pietsch Dye Works. Strain tllo mix- fnrm- and pnf Tln' wnslo lll2Il'i'l'l?ll lmcli info lln- niixinro. Rvpvnt this prom-ss for nn lloni' or so, nnml fllllll tnlu' Iln- mixtnro to Kohler and lmvv it Illl0TUg'l'?lIJlll'4l. NVQ snpposo you nw womlvring' wllnl womlvr yon linvo Tlins nnnlf-, W1-ll. ws-'ll T1-ll yon. Yon linvv Patronized llnh Tattler Ad- vertisers. WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AMONG THE SENIORS. Tliongli Wv llllgllf lw glml to know tlinl -lnslns Scllvilwl pniron- izvs Stoesse1's, ,wt wo nw- XV0llllfll'lllg' from wllom ln- got alll flioso rings. H9 Onwflzl, -Insfns, of Tliv opposilv sox. Exim! Botz sliof sf-willy-Two Svniors, nnfl now 'rln-y'1'v all Uno l1l1l1dl'fkd-Hlllf' -- . fm., ,Z AWS' Uv 4 wrw-W., .,,---1 1 asf tr, . f. M ',.Q "' 'Q black in the face. With your Kress shoes and Hahn suit, Lester, those Sophomore girls are still talking about the second act. We would like to know where you buy your dictionaries, Ger- ald, for they are so exquisite Cdon't cha knowj? Presumably Nie- decken is your supplier, so the rumor runs. Beware of snapshot Nate, who with his Showalter camera is shooting all of our Seniors. It's too bad that either Alma Olp or Irma for they might get married, and Stouthamer But don't worry, girls, there are many boys. Listen, this is confidential matter. Both druggists, have fine snake oil. Think it over, for your answer later. Why did you take your dog to the studio isn't that bad yet, is it? Johnson isnit a boy, has such fine rings. Kropp and Widule, Fred. We'll return with you, Max? It It has been suggested that both Clarence Ehrle and David Charness go to the Spencerian College for a while. Miss Griiiiths Will vouch for their splendid writing, which is most unique, being legible to none, not even the writers. We hope that Anita Runge and Josephine Hammond, the Car- lyle and Burns of the school, will invest their future earnings in the National Exchange Bank. We hope they will earn about ten cents a paragraph in later years. A Drama in Three Acts. ACT I. Henry Rothblatt sitting in a chair Seniors forgot to turn in. All silence. ACT II. Same as Act I. ACT III. Same as Act Il. counting the ads the Are you waiting for some action? Well, so are we. In Milwaukee we find it hard to avoid Catching the dangerous germ of typhoid, For the water is usually far from clean And has to be heavily dosed with chlorine. 'The headaches We got drove us nearly insane In our bowels we felt a most incessant pain- Pure water was needed, that we soon found Would save us much sickness and dollars so round. ln a class all alone, then along came Ozone, And our troubles all at once disappeared, Our water was cleared of the germs we so feared, And no more do we moan since we've discovered Ozone. One hundred-ten DRS. 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I fr ilinrhrr Cross, Join the Athene in 1 DIAMONDS WATCEIHES Literary Society of Lap- I y JEVSQLRY , l l 1124 N h ham Park Social Center I I y Avena? W! Miilwaukee ..e - A f 17- ,,---z..----:za-1 ,,:..1.q..-, 175-H14 , 1,:,:i--1: L13---f .fa KALT'S RESTAURANT LUNCH ROOM, 230 GRAND AVENUE LUNCH ROOM, 413 GRAND AVENUE Q- Q- - --- - ...---- - -Y , , ,-.-.-1.-Q-4--.-.-n-a..--. One hundr d- ,l ---H - -. ,-..-.-. , ,,-. THE HAYES" HAVE IT U. S. Y. M. C. W. C. These three are in the "Al" class. Each is a leader of its class. ' When you think of a country, you think of YOUR country, the U. S. A. When you think of an association that is doing things, you think of the Y. M. C. A. When you think of a business college that is a live Wire, you must think of the W. C. A. Wisconsin Commercial Academy Corner Seventh Street and Grand Avenue Tel. Grand 210 "PRESENT AND FUTURE HOME OF GREGG SHORT!-IAND" 1-1 -1 :.:. , ., ., F., 14.7. .-., Q 11.71-.-. , -7, iv 1 -g A-LY. ff...- O hi d' d-twelve us us 5 I'16II3Ef chaff WefasKoTTen 5 J c. ' i .I Seliish. Willa: "Ah, Pat, I wish I w:1si11 Ilt'2LVI'Il.Ii Pat: "I wisI1 I wz1si11 FI:111a1g:111 's t:1v1-1'11." VVifu: WY1-s. VOII f1'uedV tI1i11f, V011 alwzws want to he i11 the , . E . . . Iwst plmco. Geography. 'I'Qz1cI1o1': HNEIIIIU H111 Z0l1t'S.H Student: "'I'I1v1'v 21115 two Z0Ill1S+IlI2lSCIIIilll' 111141 fe111i11i11v. 'I'I1P 111asc11Ii11o is vitI1v1' 111111 N'I'21Il' 01' i11tv111 vu -- I 1 lcraff , I 111 I'o111i11i11e is either torrid 01' frigid." A Problem. The fatlim-1' was il lc2lI'Illl'l'. TI11- Iroy was El I1o0tl1I:1ck. Docs it TIIQPOICOFQ follow tI1:1I fill' fz1tI1c-1' 111z1kvs Imlv while The sou shiuvs? "Ai11'f you :1I111osI I1oiI1-:I ?" i11q11i1'-1-II il frm-sI1ic1 of il SI'l1I0l'. "No, Iittle OIIU, I v'111't s'1 1' TI1'I. I '11 0 quite 00111 fo1'IaI1I0. ' ' 1 .5 11 .1 1. ll tho co11Irz1ry, I feel 'ITI1at's I'u1111.v. I sI1o11IcI think you would Inv." "VVI1y so?" "OIL In-czlllsv I I111:1r1I my I1rot.I1a-1' say your tu:1cI1vr kept you in hot watvr z1II H111 Ii11111." One I111nd1'vd-tI1i1'tr1e-n , fm. A ,.,- iw 'P' - . ' A . x,m""-Q .M 2. ' Winnie. -"' f .... Q Pupil: "Past tense-The man fled to the mountains. Past per- fect-the man had Hown to the mountains." QUnele Sam could use this ilyeixj -- School days are just ripping, Oh, yes, they're simply great, But after I've been a day or so, I'm ready to graduate. The definition of short-cake tby a freshiej: "A short cake is any kind of cake that doesn't go around." Botany. Student Cgetting informationj: "Mushrooms always grow in damp places, don 't they?" V Teacher: "Yes, of course." ' Student: "ls that the reason they look like umbrellas?" "There was a big explosion yesterdayf, "What happened?" "The wind blew up Twelfth Streetf, qw JJ He: HI've got a cold in my headf' JD, if fs She Ccoldlyjz '4I'm glad you have something in it." ' Q Junior treading ancient tombj : "What in thunder is the Knight of the Bath?" Senior Cnot understanding the connectionj: "Why, Saturday night, you blockhead!" "Who was Joan of Arc?" "The person swallowed by the whalef' E.: "What is a periscope?" C.: "lt is something like an aeroplane." In geography. Once a month the moon gets full on its last quarter. Teacher Qangrilyj : t'Did'nt I tell you to notice when that glue boiled over? Student: 'tYes, sir, it was twenty-three minutes after nine." Advice to Freshmen. Ezinortap eht Relttat Sresitrevdag Teg Sda dna kcits ot ruoy boj. One hundred-fourteen Y Y, H.,H-,.,.,.,,-......,,-....-- 1-Z ,::....1:-,12:L........A:L.....-. SEQSSATION STOESSEL, jeweler EVE'S35?3'fS A MRS. AUGUST J. STOESSEL M L- F0R GRADUATION iZ,Z2TliSS.iiiiiI5ii5La1?ia1'3iZ'l'li iziggiiqua Mannes I IVORY PENDANTS THIRD AND CENTER STREETS N, E.fi.L.i711.L.LlfIi'IfZfli.L?.T:.4f"'IfI.Tf77'f ,QL.f.'I.ffE.L ' Spend Your Noon-Day Lunch at ii F. M. SHACKELL i H 929 Center Street it 1215 VLIET STREET ' One Block East of School . . LUICK'S ICE CREAM SERVE ,I mtlltnprg I J. R. BUTH : : 929 Center S?reet 'f"""'f"'E"'f"I"""'-'-QL 'TEQTQ 1: ' ::"f:EQfffl1.f'T'i R it C' C I F "T'EE' " W" 'T' Sportsmen'sHeadquarters it Phone Lincoln 1339 lj Everything in Sporting Goods and N Electric Supplies, Fishing Tackle, Base Ball, Tennis Goods, Bicycles 5, and Sundries, Guns, Revolvers, , .1 - , Ammunition, Fine Cutlery, Auto- iff, M. mobile Supplies, Etc. V L ,N DRY GOODS, NOTIONS 0 H ,, 1045 Teutonia Ave. MENS FURNISHINGS Ph L. 3fl1:3n1FVeni"::ILwAUKEE pf 901-903 Burleigh sr. MILWAUKEE if one in. - N H ..- - :LEE MEL.. AA.1--: L- .L-4.4.-.1 . -:L ..:.e.-- :LSL-A 12.1. ,'i 1 if-10 Z-L10-rr" '1l':7' -V+' Ytiifr .,.., 107' E110-u-:E 'iafz Wal: H KODAKS, CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES 'I I DEVELOPING AND PRINTING L OLD TOWN CANOES Y W COMPLETE CAMPING EQUIPMENT .. J. H. C. REED CO., 392 E. water sr. I -L-. ,-.L-.E. . .LL .-.--.------.........-,g 1 ,,,, L,+:f1i:af:':nLnal ffziraf- ,snuff ,LJ-af: 17 ,,,g igf- ,1.1.1.f- gg.-.pun WEDDING BOUQUETS FUNERAL DESIGNS W 1' O Q 1 N 4 mtlg 5 ililnmer Shun . FLORAL DECORATIONS FOR ALL OCCASIONS J! PHONE WEST sea 1' 491 TWELFTI-I STREET MILWAUKEE, WIS. I . -' .74 ,ff A :7n1o1n1.1n1.1.1i1q1o1q1.1nlq One llundred-fiftee Il ,-.-,Y , The Sanitary Pharmacy WJQSETOPP COR. Tli-IIRD CS, LEE STREETS Kodaks and Photo Supplies Visit our Soda Grill --. - ---4 ---- -4 'I' 4.4. 1:1-1-, , fi...-.............-........-.1. vv. J. LAUER SIGNS 1119 Walnut St. Phone Lin. 1629 BOETTCHI-3R'S MILLINERY 1717 CENTER STREET A- V A-- f .-..-.-.-..-.-..-.-.-....-..-.- Phone Lincoln 942 Knitting and Shoe Machine Parts and Repairs a Specialty Edw. F. Cumiskey General, Experimental and Special Machine Work Good Work Our Specialty 1049 FIFTH ST., NEAR CENTER MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Wm. Harnmann SHEET QYVIETAL WORK 1057-1065 Fifth street Consulting Engineer on Mechanical and Gravity Ventilation. Manufacturer and Patentee of Auto- matic Double Cone Ventilator. l iq. 4.-.-.- 1 A i t Q fl I Q Qi-TQ 1.1 Q ...g..,...-I.f,.:... .9....e:-.i..,.i..,. .9 Service For Your Milf Reliability A .p Q, s f Collrtesy GRADUATION PHOTOS ANI-f"f lv 1 ' - my H. Herrn. R. Miller f as F .O X lihntngrapher .glz nf fy: JEWELER 319 THIRD ST., CORNER PRAIRIE M 'X i WA1?12Li7'1- ST. "Make that Appointment" 144 gig-1 Af ' ' ax Y: 'n1q-nzqzq.-Q-pax.-nznxn-nn-nos IN MY NEW LOCATION I am capable of turning out the FINEST PRINTING possible and herewith solicit your patronage. IG. A. CERNICKY 1303 FOND DU LAC AVE Printing emit Iingrttuing PHONE KILBOURN ...Q -1- -9-9 .-.. -1- Ohddt --.-.-.-, - 1-.--YV .-fy, .-.-.,, .- . , .-.,, .-.f.,.-..-.,, ,,.,.- .- A " .. M,m::1::::::...n..-L53 7 lv QX f 'I X at C. ' -Q. F4 lr ' Shut Out. "Can't I see the editor myself?" de- manded the spring poet. 'tNo,', replied the militant office boy. N "You must remain in the bard zone." F , i l 1 I A clerk in a shoe store became tired gf' RH of the business, and obtained a situation in fa a hardware store. His first customer a 7 farmer 's wife, came in and asked for mule shoes. "Yes, madam,'7 said the clerk, Hwhat do you wear?" He is now trying to get back into the size shoe line. 77 Buster: t'Mamma, is Aunt Jane a blood relation? Mother: "Yes, dear. " Buster: "Say, Mamma?" Mother: "Yes, dear?" Buster: "Is she one of the bloodiest we've got? Mother: 'tTommy, stop pulling the cat's tail!" Tommy: Hl'm only holding itg the cat 's pulling. In Ancient History. Soph reciting: 'tWillia1n, CHe must have been a pedler.j Ma.n's Superiority. Pa: "See the spider, my boy, spin- ing his web. Is it not wonderful? Do you reiiect that, try as he may, no man could spin that web?" A Johnny: "What of it? See me spin this top? Do you reflect that, try as he may, no spider could spin this top?" "How do dudes resemble real estate ?', 77 77 the orange. O 4.a0A'l7' THE 519105 1 M7507 I o bf ' ff 's 'Q' ,A .. Qs "ff N' lllllfn. O-1' 9 4 . , 5 HI don't know." "Because they are a vacant lot." Announcer in C01 First small n. Geog.: "This scene is on the spree. " fSpray.l boy: "Say, Johnnie Where are you in Sunda l . Y School il' ' Second small bo First small boy: 'That ain't muchg We a y: 'tOh, we are in the middle of original sinf' ' re past redemption." One hundred-seventeen 77 Milwaukee Commercial S h I THE SCHOOL OF C O O BUSINESS EFFICIENCY If you are interested in shorthand, let us explain to you, Rowe Shorthand-the system of two principles, Forty Rules, with no exceptions, and about 100 word signs. You will be agreeably surprised at its simplicity and completenesss. Inquire also about Rowe's Bookkeeping ii Accounting DAVID IRVIN Rows, A. M., PH. D., Prin. Phone Grand 2600 CORNER THIRD AND wEI.Ls sTREE'rs "NONE SO GOOD" Vaughn- Atlantic Laundry Co. 570 East Water Street Phone Main 73 Wagons Call Everywhere -- - - - - - ,.-.-....-,--..-.- 511.14 1f"F:'nmmlrgL sff figii A .llnulum gl ,gg Q1 ainjnxriu ' 5 'ru ,gf Let It Be A Watch FOR GRADUA'll'E'S A gift that is constantly in use by the recipient and therefore a constant. reminder of the giver. You will Fmd no better store th an ours in which to buy a watch. Our reputation for reliability insures you absolute value for every penny you spend. We carry only such makes as are guar- anteed by the makers and can be backed by ourselves. EASTERN HAND LAUNDRY 6I2 Walnut Slreel FIRST-CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY E-.. .EEE . . . . . . . .H-, .,.,!, .ggflillff li..:fe 2. 22:2-I.Q. - Y iq. J. J. Jones Phone Lincoln 461 H. Goelzer J. J. JONES COMPANY BUILDERS SUPPLIES Window Screens. Screen Doors, Storm Sash and Storm Doors, Automobile Tires 1019 THIRD ST. ...-W. .-..,. . -,. .... V, E up PUMPS and OXFORDS For The Sweet Glrl Graduate PRICES REASONABLE .-ps.: .zona ea- :Q - ,- Guenzel 8. Lucas 731 THIRD STREET I Seven Doors South ol Schuster: l ll il I ' 4. , - - --,We -, fn: - .715-.EL ffl --:egg - - - -, :Aq- One hundred-ei ghteen --'W-'M' ' 4m,V,N'qhu v-,,,,',: QW ,.,, .wat , Q Q Lai.. .1 """ 9 The high school paper is a great invention. The school gets all the fame, The printer gets all the money, And the staff gets all the blame. "Do you know any French?" 'tOh, yes. I can shrug my shouldersfl , m V ritual . Quik' 0' 'fa He Qardentlyj: "I press my suit 'on 413' fb ' 71- bended knees." its qfif Sh ' '1 - ff i - ' - 3 e f1C1yD. Haven t you an iron J ' 5 gf ing board?" QQ ' Excited Soph: "Aw, shut up!" K ff- Agitated Junior: "You're the biggest ' fool around here!" -'37 , Irite Teacher: "Boys, boys! You forget that I am here." First Fresh: "My uncle wrote and asked me to come out to his farm for the summer." Second Fresh: "Are there any fellows out there to play With?" First F.: HWell, my uncle said something about the Holsteins and Guernseysg I suppose they have some childrenf' An appeal to the American Red Cross by the Kaiser himself: "Send one million pajamas at once as We are about to retire." After the old sailor lit his pipe he sat down on his chest. QSome acrobatl Passenger: "Do you allow puppies in this car?,' Conductor: "No, but keep still and 71 nobody will notice you." ' ' f A crops of women marched. QFarmers take noticej Ancient History. -1 x "What place did Athens occupy in the Delian Ieague?', Ml donlt know for certain. I think she got the pennantg but I never pay much attention to foreign leagues." . - ,n gg ,,, yi I Teacher: "What is meant by the solar system?" Student: HThat must be where the nervous system touches the shoe. " I One hundred-nineteen .1. , , ,,,,,-, F Eli iii KwE2i'sQ'1 ER Successor to JOHN L. SCHUMACHER Ice Cream, Candies, Cigars, Tobacco 8z School Supplies 1113 THIRD STREET 4--i--r WM. H. WIDULE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 1156 Third Street, Near Locust Milwaukee, Wis. Telephone Lincoln 626 . W 'W W . W .i WW W .. WW 'P TRY OUR HOME MADE CHIPS AND POTATO SALAD WM. UEBELHACK DELICATESSEN 1072 3rd St. Tel. Conn. 'INI- Job Lots Our Specialty Tel. Vllest 209 Globe Knitting 8: ilnhhimg Qin. HOSIERY-KNIT GOODS Always a Bargain in Hosiery and Sweaters FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES O. C. SCHLICK 1083 TEUTONIA AVENUE Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season. Try W our Home Made Potato Salad and Chips. 531 TWELFTH STREET W Seeds and Plants. Phone Lincoln 1278 - , ,LLL , , ,,,, 1 7 K T, Q ?,W,.1..., T-7-1: V i ---1-Q 1 1 asf... .. 1 Y is L j Y e , ,- ----f ...pg---' f f--?. f 'A - fffw--A----' f l WW WW , Hafeme1ster'sW1ll F1tYou1fFeet W QA A W . W 1 -sfo . W s ' X 'ef I . Wm. Hafemeister it FINE FOOTWEAR. 1011 3rd St. Milwaukee, Wis. ... ----A- - - A- - A- .- ?.Y.Y..7.-.-, ,, ........, , 7.7, , ,.- , -::, ..,1,1,.....-.-. Graduation Presents of all Kinds at Lowest Prices Albert G. Schreiber 1610 Center Street On this we build our Business: If it can't be Guaranteed. we don't handle it WW W W W W 1 ll .gif -r-'ff WW I W WW 1 W W mt '- Us 6 I fb i W' 'it' ,Wm THE CnqRT00lVl.f7T -....-.-....-.-.-.-.....-.. gg.-.----n-Q1 Walter T. Mohrhusen PRESCRIPTION, DRUGGIST Cameras and Photo Supplies Developing and Printing Waterman and Holland Fountain Pens 1099 THIRD ST., COR. HADLEY One hundred-twenty W +4- HUNDREDS of students from the WISCONSIN SCHOOL OF AC- COUNTANCY AND STENOGRAPHY are holding good positions as stenographers and bookkeepers and accountants. There can be no better recommendation of this school than the fact that each student has succeeded far beyond his fondest expectation. This school is endorsed by leading high school principals, business and professional men. 4th year in Milwaukee. More telephone calls in one week for help than students enrolled in year. Quick and satisfactory results. Positions certain. Enroll at any time be- tween 8:00 A. M.-1:00 P. M. Free tuition part summer course. VVhile the demand is so great, civil service students receive extra attention. Phone Main 3430. R. I-IAUBRICH, B. C. S., A. B. Wisconsin School of Accounting and Stenography 5th Floor, Mack Block, East Water and Wisconsin fi 0iffTffD'ITi'1iTggiQT,.gl.iis li filiffigl. 7 I I Watchrliahaireel-Oxaliddtaleweler 1 d Ver t is ers 804 Center, near Eighth Street A11 , 1- - 1 A 1471.-:LV - , ...g..5., e,ie,e. , - , L i 1-1:--1 1- "What does solo mean?" "A lone song." You can never tip a waiter enough to make him lose his balance Fickle Fighter. Miss D.: "Well, Bob is in France already." Miss H.: HDO you think he will be true to youlv Miss D.: 4'True, nothing. I understand he has already figured y -1-e-a--.-.-..-u-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- in four engagements. 1--.-4-.--.--.-.-...-.-.--. t l I 1 e,,,,,,,,,,,e ,,1 f',,,,.g.4. , , ,,.. ,, We want you to make our store on Pierce Bicycles the North Sicle your bicycle and ll Sporting Goods sporting goods home. . Your neighbor, 'X Repairing Electric Appliance Co. p . -- C, A, Reach, Mgr. 881 Third sf. l it Simon Goerke, 3312NorthAve. - , if f 1 I CS Qglgl fig. ' 1 Y Qeiiii ffffffQQ,Qs.Q ge S 1 I Il Phone Grand 4514-Y lp Y Ti 9 ZACK BROS. 4. B211 DRESSY THINGS 115-117 Wisconsin Street l' ,. FOR YOUNG CYVIEN "Where Fashion's Best 3' Predominaten 353 Third Street Milwaukee lm ..- Tj. 0 -clinics T... A --14.-. . was sees, .sef is i E One hundred twenty-one Q-.-.----.-.-.- W Spring Water ,ffm Beverages Ph Man l028 ' - .- Y Q----.--A---.-Q-.--1 'ffgglc r l2...Q Q-Elfliffffig....11Q1Qgill..fff i17..:.E, -E Tel. West 698 Gas Administered l T J I I DR- B- WAISBREN Ig GROCERIES, Fnulrs Dentist W 1 AND VEGETABLES 557 12th St. Cor. Walnut Milwaukee ll 976 Thitzorgttglerln amiiwaukee Q' Riifc f lfffiigfi"f'1l':'-'QIiffiiiffiiliiilfliiiii ' l Wm. F. Jens tl mi X I " ll WE'RE f Candles, l ' l Ice Cream andl ll it or You . 3 t I School Supplies M l ll VV ll ' l Cor. Tenth and North Ave. .nn g o g g r ,rrp g ,,.,g,, LLL. EEL- E LZ-, l -LL F. . in . . ff.-:gg ff., , , 1-.pi--7 Y-:if-f 1 --1:--:ff--f-'f--- Complete AssortmentofallkindsofBooks W l Used in Milwaukee High Schools l C. N. CASPAR CO. fl B It B ht,S Id dE h 1 " ' SEK EZ.p3'LmJf """' it WM. A. BRAUN 454 East Water St. Milwaukee Q i E. l of YQR, .li iiliiiiig iigifl pharmacist 1 ll JOIN THE lt coR. NORTH AVE, CQ,8th s'r. N. D. H. ORCHESTRA A , ,- Mr. . L .,.. ,rn .,,,,,,, .,... .................................... LLOYD COMMERCIAL SCHOOL A private school of Pitman Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Penimanship, English, Spelling and kindred subjects. Prepare for Civil Service Examinations. Day and Evening School. Start any time, no vacation. If interested, call and talk the matter over personally. or write 431 TWELFTH STREET, ROOM 3 HOURSllEi5'Ifllll'5ffv8Q'il'.1TJ,fdilu, Wm- M- Hudnall, Prin- ne hundred twent ' tv ,,m , ,-.-.-. ,,, ,,,--. ,W ,,,, Y,-. , ,-. ,m--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-4-. -.-.-.-.--1.--1-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-1-:7 A e..-.,:..--.-::::.-.-.-.- - :::..- Headquarters for Ii effief X sw t am xl on I ,ER If' 1 SW . D""' mmm? Y NEW ' My - 0 OPEPJ Wading QMMAW ffiff Q,z.5sxI2s53xa5 Asian' We feature Fashion Clothes for Young Men. These Clothes are famous for Style, Fit and Workmanship. It is not easy to secure stocks up to our standard. Scarcity of materials and manufacturing difficulties are increasing to an alarming extent, but We intend to adhere to our publicly expressed policy of Maintained Quality Throughout the War---and After. Shirts and Neckwear Hats and Caps HOCHSCHILD CO. 785 Third Street O h d'ed t t.-th' -.-9-. 'IT , -.1--Q II I I I I il I I I II I I I I I I I I I In I I I I I I I I , --p 4, 4.-:4: I I II I I -x- , , Y,V.Y, ,.....-.,, 7.7 ,,,, .,,,,.,,,,, , ,..,-...ii - - - Flanner-Hafsoos Music House A. B. CHASE PIANOS UKULELES EDISON DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPHS MANDOLINS, VIOLINS, ETC., ETC. 417 BROADWAY ,, Tm Save" M BOTZ STUDIO On SCHOOL SUPPLIES I, ,, 1 H Teutonia Ave., North of Center The Corporation I Quallty is here to serve you A POI-traits Room V 1 Films Deifeloped I 1: Prmted Promptly 1 f fir, . ...efijs-5-.::::ii::--.pg-. 1 A-1-1-. - Q ln, . . . en: -fp 1 Affffw. , ,..,, ,,Y,Y iq. ,,,, ,if,' T - Q inf , il 1. T E N N I S Ill nga-Q N -meg? SUPPLIES I QBDNS The kind that please--at N X' 'J E AREGREU- 9 I I ,f 44 57-3 gfefgagvegff 3:1 Fiske ' -agglj T Q- "iff I 57: I om h ' V in I I . " -H1121 ' inyigi . A ' 1 ft- I l 0 f wif ffpf i K 414160 I ,ar I . ,gi I ----- 4-.. ia- MOVED to Bacharach 89 and 91 Clothier :': Hatter Wisconsin Streeit Furmsher Illffiffjf-fffifi. f f f ff:i!I5S'.,.2,.Qf 14173 777 ... i gf .j.QffQ,Q, Stock Bros. I I U4. 1. KNIPPEL ca, COMPANY ., 11 I 0 North-westside's popular new A store FOR MEN I Ready to Wear Clothing Y' X 222 WEST WATER STREET 2"?'1'i""'gS I MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN allonng M , fwaai- :.:l,1l::.g..i. as 72,1753 f --- - -A hddttf 1 .,.-1,1 1,.-..-T1 .,-e,,.-.-.....g. THE GIRL WHO GRADUATES rl from lhe High School: who hexilales lo pledge fouryeaulo a College Course: who, neverlheless, desires Io sludy, lo enjoy college advonlages, lo cullhmle special lalenla, to enrich her life and her friendship:-should know of NATIONAL PARK SEMINARY X' lt is a Junior College for young women planned especially to meet the needs of High School Eraduates. Collegiate aIId Vo I' n l C u s s. M 'c. Art, Do estic bcience. B 'ness L r vc. ' ' ca Io a o rc usI m usi aw. T a I Outdoor life a feature. btudy of the National Capital. Illustrated book uf 126 pages free on request. Address ' fSuburb of Wnshingian, D. Cl SECRIITARY. NATIONAL PARK SEMINARY, Forest Glen, Maryland. -1 1,1 1,1,,11,,1,1 111 1,1,1 1 1 1 11 1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1,1 111 1 1,,4. 1 11,,,,1 11,1 1 1,1 1.,,.-.--11 1,11:,-1. 4.11 1 1 1-1 11 1 ,1 1,,-1111...........g. , I Frames ei Mouldings Classy Photos I 1 ' I , Enlarging Prompt Service , I M Amateur Einlshing Studio Open Sundays N 11th and Walnut Streets Flashhgms PHOTO PLAYS OUR MOTTO: Tireless in our efforts to please I-IEINRICI-Is PHOTO STUDIO l 539 TVVELFTH STREET Y Phone West 2312-L MILWAUKEE, WIS. l .ai 1 11 1-1, 1111... 'P I ',11,1!1,1,1 1'ff71":71f1" 1 .gi.,.......11" ffl-..1'f111g1' 5:1 1 ' "1 O NORTHSIDERS - I l FURLURN MPH I .'.'.'.'.'.'.',','.','lillYYlY1'.1.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.',',',',',',','lWW.HC1.1.2','.'.'.'.',',','I'.'.'.'.',',',',',',','lWCllT.l'.'.'.'.'.'.','.','.'.'.','.',',',',','lll' N GE 5 I Wf 5 ff fl I we RE or ICE CREAM and I ggrrmgggf CANDIES G0 to Il I ll -aaa' I' v I . -g,a,v-Y' 3 . A. NELSON l if l ,. 'S-Y 'vfwilll W" , 1118 Center Street, Opp. School I I -'ieyellw ,, ' U 11,1,,,,--71 1,111-1, 1 -54:1-1 1 1,-1 111111 1,1 1 1 1 1 ,1--+ -11 1 A1 '1 411' -- r Arfe '11-1"e"e' 'filo WHEN YOU CAN'T SEE WELL l f See WAUGH A I C. D. Waugh, Optometrist PABST BUILDING CGROUND FLOOR, 11 -1 1-.11 ,-11 1-.-.-1-1 -Q--11,1 1,1111 1 -:,e,1:,.---,,-. Y Y-1 -1-- 1 1+ 1,1,1 1,1 1 ..1 1,1 1 .,1-111,e::1..q..? 1 1 1 1-1 1-1,111--:Z1 11:--T PHONE LINCOLN 3667 Q Key ' Athletic Goods I ills ,"+,f El ' IS I' 'j E B E R 1: E L D I or 95 eizzai1.zL.:s1r , ff 7 Florist 1710-I2-I4 Center St. I 'iih l Qagveywgeystrei ,,,,,1 1 111,,111,,1,1 1......-11,ll--1--..... l.................................f,. 1,1 1 1.--- ,1 , 1 1 -1.-111 1 1 1111,----11, 1,-1111121 1 111. E H. BORENSTEIN , l ..f.5.'Z'.'Il Jil? I 1 l Shoe Repamng Shop I , Outfitters Extraordinary to Particular You n g M en Grand Avenue and 4th Street lla ,l fl ,, I, l.. Best Oak Leather Used. All Work Neatly and Promptly Done 1518 NORTH AVENUE I Neal-16thSt. 1 1 1111 1, 1- -I- One hundred twenty-five :lt -nzncsxfi-uxorvq-n1a:'1v-liz--naar:-Q-u 1111 1.1-s 111111 I-are--sz:-1-no-1: A H I I l, Telephone Kilbourn 3148-L , I JOS. HOLZBAUER I ii Ilemvler I I 52 FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING ,E Y 2001 FOND DU LAC AVENUE If +-------- ---- ------M----- -------- ---pi 37:7 141 L A17 LY:-YL z , --4:-r:a 111Q 11Q111 --u---.------aio QI 153535 T0 "p s , 9 I gf f I Eat Bendfellt S Q Bleek B- S , yu 3 U Y V "V I I Ice Cream I I I I I I I --- Q A, I I l I :Q I 121 14th Street N .AQ I :fees ju If l I --'T I-.WI 5 I Grand 2488 in J A-Are ,-IIMXIIIA -A I' Z I' N Baseball,Tennis Goods, Fishing Tackle, ' 1 H H H U Cutlery, Skates and Tools I I Best by Test Test the Best I In KLUG HDW. Co. 734,736 12th St, I5 I Open Mon , Fri. and Sat. until 9 o'clock Q " 'I .pe A wee Ae- We if ewe- -I- 'P 4- 'I' I ,!,-,-,,-,-,-,,-,.,-,-,-,-,,,-,,,-,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,l, I Telephone Grand 4854-R I I ROBERT PESCHKE fl THE BEST IN FURS I I FINEDEQJLSS-1R,EAjR I. 'Chrlstensens Creauons' A I 'I Absolute Safety: Our Fireprouf Storage Vault 944 WINNEBAGO STREET M ' .,., --4,1 EZ. 1 1-1 1 1 Q-.-.-1 , :4?...L Q. Ao Came -I- I- '5FR0Mc L , 5 , Aj A I hUl'l K HSSH I - I I I 4l2 MILWAUKEE ST. H Go. 4 Doors North of Wisconsin Street I I V In TELEPHONE MAIN zass I I 353525553 03 sooo lvhlwaukee I1 I I -1- vb -I------ ----- ----------2-+ Q. -.-..-.--.-.....-.---...--....-...-. --QQ -. -Q-- ---------------- 'P -I I W ESTABLISHED 1874 I T. SPETZ ca, SUN I I Glnntrartnru 5 I I I PAINTING - DECORATING -VV ALL PAPER 3,3 180 Ogden Avenue :: Milwaukee, Wis. V l lL -1- ----------- -------------- ---- ------ --------- -1- 0 , I d' d t -nty-six SAVE and SE It is the patriotic duty of everyone to practice thrift. This means to save-to curb Wastefulness and extravag- ance-to build up a savings account-to deposit your sav- ings in a savings bank Where your money will be safely employed and repaid to you with interestg thus you save and serve The National Bank of Commerce of Milwaukee COR. WEST WATER AND WELLS STS. O l ddt t Oehud dt A -1- i . 1 N I K N 1. l M ',Q.g1g..,6T S WET S Z.I7LT.1Z.g1 . THE JEWELER OF THE HOUR Y Your kind inspection :and patronage is highly appreciated ip at . 9 I BARKAN S Distinctive Jewelry of every description for the Graduates. Quality " and Service our MOTTO Regardless of Price. A large variety of 'Q Columbia Grafonolas and Records. M 1004 WALNUT STREET :: :: MILWAUKEE 4 ' ' 'i ' ' 'f ' f 1.l:fL, , 'L-'Z' iiiii idit-0111141010101 W ffl. e:QQQfflfi..Tv'7' fQfLg ee-.pg---ee. . ..e.,-.f.....:?.....e.:...f,'.g': y F Telephone Lincoln 341 It J. S R . ICE CREAM PARLOR,STATION- 11 Arthur .Ie Luebke i A ERY AND CONFECTIONERY W l W Tel. Lin. 4717-Y 904 WALNUT ST. M DRUGGIST he...--e sel.e Q ee--e.e-.f.e Q We .g.-,e-:Q Q eQ Q e-.----ref-..e:e:Qe -e-.-.F Camefgs mid Photo if HERMAN REUTER an upphes Theatrical Costumes Theatrical Wigs C NINTH I I 1 Telephone Connection ly or' and CENTER STS' f 45 Juneau Ave. Milwaukee ji Qllfj f fix' Qliffjiffff' '7',IfIEf:fIi:i'Lfliff:iTl'ffQf Kress Sfhnv Shun :: Fine Shoes in 551 Twelfth Street, MILWAUKEE -1 1-1---e 1:-Q----,Q-ef-Ae....-.e Q :..:,,:-.Y-:4.....-Le: --, Y -4-.. V V--Q 5-eq. e - See: ff.. e :e........,, V ...V VQQQQ-kQ7,.Q -:,,.E..,, QQ--,,.,,, 'WIRING HOMES --- TIIAT'S OUR BUSINESS A Electrical Wiring, Fixtures and Appliances N IIOME WIRING COMPANY pp H E BRAUNS, 0en'l Mgr. A. L. ENGEL, Supl. I-I vl 631 540 l2th Sl. M f, Q e,.QQ eQee:e:QQ, -Q wefef... Q Q --.. ei:--eiegf Q--ee.-.-4. f'-- --" - 1 :ri-.es ::-n--e:.Y. 1-Q Q -.-Q Q 1-e-.-,Q - -e-2-.-.--4Q Q-.-.---,le Funeral Designs a Speciallty Wedding Bouquets 1Hvmtmn-1Flnrmt fl ,X FLORAL DECORATIONS 471 Twelfth Street Phehe Grand 3367 Milwaukee, Wis. A--- ' A -4- Q Y-+A-A-Q-.-Q-eJ-,e:e:Q Q -.-:ee-.-e:ef.,e-QJIQ -e--Ye -e -1:-Q ... 4. ty ght WHEN YOU Tl-OINK OF Tl-CIDIK UF lV"'1' KE. "F"1" . S OD I-C TALKING p CI INE. XPEIZTS S259 WWAI' ' I SITE FISCHEIZS ' ALBERT 'EEIIEESXEI-ITM'-'-7 -.-.-.-.-..-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-....-.-. 1, 315 THIRD STREET Opp. Wm. Steinmeyer Co. J Books, Periodicals and Stationery, Fountain Pens, Picture I Books for All OCCHSIOHS and Congratulatlon Cards I -1- ---------- --------- ----------- ------- ------ if .pie - ,...e,e....-ieiewe.. ,,e,,...-f:,e-..-pq..-, .7111 ere: 47:1 ----- .-.......-.-...-4. THE FAMOUS TEA CO. GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS I LOUIS HEIDNER, Prop. O L G L A C O ' DEALERS IN ' - ' TEAS, COFFEES, BAKING glpmplpi-5 I POWDER AND SPICES t mt Teitztskzzszfs,26819,i.wau..ee 777 Thlrd Street pp -1 ---- ---- ------- ------ ------ --- ---------- ----P t'--.-.-.-.-. -Qg-Q11Q -...-.-.-.-...-. ...,.....i, i,,Q,,,, ...,.,.,.,.,.,..,!. I X -,I - , Y ' I 'i':f9fu ' W1 Sam Wurhaftt H .fe-feQ'w!3'- law. I N - 1 It I Q s ll f f -fr-2231" , ic' -ze' I Up-t0-date h fa'1??'3 , . u W I ,Q X Men s Furmshmgs . I If-'L ll 3' I t I 4' X!-fl K A See our Spring line of Shirts and Neck- I 1' . Q- - S ,fy Weal' H771-E JTA7,VD-Y THE .-.-...p 4 ...... ,F -.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..--......-. PED C9055 .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-1.-.-.-.-.- .--.-.- Old Gold, Silver, Platinum, Dia- monds, Watches and Crowns, Bridges and False Teeth Bought at HighestPrices Federal Smelting CE, Refining Co. Office 233 Caswell Block, 2nd Fl. Phone Grand 2632 MILWAUKEE, WIS. .-.-.-.-4-.-.-.-.-.-.-Q-.-.-.-...g .- - .- -. .- 914 Walnut Street .......................................... 4. ........................................... 4. F. C. HENNING 608 WALNUT STREET .ilrr Qlrram auth Zlline Qlhnrnleatrn Lincoln 4748 ' Orders Taken for Ice Cream ...............................................p ECONOMICAL DRUG STORE QA. SHAPIRO I VISIT OUR FINE SODA FOUNTAIN PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Corner Seventh and Vliet Streets 1 ..ff...-.- .-.-.-A-Af- - --A-.---- .-4. One ltunderd twenty-nine .-1.-.-.-.1-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-1 .P 4. ,,....-,-,-...................-. 1 f....................................................p in Green Bay Avenue Merchants 4. ...................................-................... ..,, , , , ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, , ...........a-:..,1..g................................................. I l Y i A. J. VAN ELLS in M M ' DRUGGIST ji T A in Schroeder Bros. Cor. Green Bay and Port Washington Aves fi T 1 A 9181 le sinh ilianr i5rnrvriw CAMERAS T p PHOTO SUPPLIES ! 1330 GREEN BAY AVENUE ix PHONEIJNCOLN me High Grade g A j DEVELOPING CQPRINTING ll 1 ESF, T :.r,r:::..:i,:1T,-..-l G ...l4g,,r-, ,,,,.,,.. ,,.,,-.,-.,..- ala-. -- f -....- -f-- --,.-7. l THE QUEOEE-GONFECTIONERY ll ICE CREAM PARLOR 1 HOME MADE CANDIES, FRUITS AND CIGARS i PETER POTOS, Prop. 1515 GREEN BAY AVENUE lQ.......Q , Wei 1 7, ??Q 1 ......f,,....o ,,E:W.,-l....,:....................... 4... -T,-A: f ------- - f----T-W, -,,-?....:f-ff!-T-TA :if f r.. A Tire Repairing and Vulcani ' g - All Work Guaranteed 1 X , Q Q , 'I X Kvllurr 5 Eltre Svhnp ii Upto the Mlm . G.J.KELLNER,Proprie1.or , OILS, GREASES AND AUTO i ' M ACCESSQRIES ' Featuring "Adler's Collegian Clothes" l A , and the "Roswelle Hat" il FILLING STATION fj , Teletlhone Lincoln 3652 ' ' 1381 GREEN BAY AVENUE A 1496 Pom' WASHINGTON ROAD A J L'nCo"' 334 ,L-.E eu.. n,-,f--..e -,g,-,r,-....,r,--::-....,--l G .. 4. We f ..,1,:,l 1-f::.. --: -4 -... - -- ..--.--.- -.-...-.-.-.--.-- T REAL HARDWARE GEO. vv. KOR ELY , "THE YELLOW FRONT" .p,,,, , ,,,,-,.,,.... , ,--.. - -LIT: --I -,1,:4.......-.-........-..-..--.-.-.-.--.-.- One hundred-thirty .-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-..-.-.-....-.-.-.-.-- ----Q-.-.-.-.-1-.-.--1-.-.-.1-.-.1 Ninety-five Per Cent. of Diseases Are Due to Pressure on Nerves Alfecli' ns of any of the following parts may be caused hy nerves im- pinzed at the spine by a subluxatefl vertebra, K V93 1 1 M". " '64 Ng'- rl'71':- . .5 B E M:'Ic-x - 370 Rik N M401 1' R L5 5 5 . 'r '. Y w 'X I Non: By displaced bones of the spine. The pressure interferes with the function of nerves, which carry natural health energy from the brain to all body parts. Inflammation, pain, and bodily distresses are the result of such interference. These un- natural conditions will continue until the pressure is raised from the nerves involved. It is the work of the Chiropractor to adjust dis- placed spinal bones to their proper places to over- come the causative fault. When that is done the mechanism of the spine will be in natural order and the brain will supply the force that will recover the victim from ailments suffered. Disease will go out, as its cause will have been removed. Health will then be the rule, as the body processes gniphm will all be functioning normally. . V K , gui LADY CHIROPRACTOR IN ATTENDANCE Ric HIROP A TORS HELEN B. REESE 9 ADOLPH C. REESE Graduates of The Palmer School of Chiropractic Chiropractic Fountain-Head, Davenport, Iowa, U. S. A. OFFICE: 1341 Green Bay Ave., Phone Lin. 3503 RESIDENCE: 1174 Fifth Street HOURS: 10-12 A. M 2-5, 7-8 P. M --- .-- - .--- -f-- --- --H ..,, , ,, , .Y , ,,, ,,, .,....- ,,..q..g. ., J.c.K1EFER co. if ,I W1. V71--.Ti-Ti, YYY V 'Wiki Yiv l 1' 1 A. G. Neumeister successor 10 AUGUST H. STRAUSS 1, 1, iBrg 61111115 sinh Nntinnz 1 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST I 1371 GREEN BAY AVENUE 1447-1449 GREEN BAY AVE. ll -. - ,..-1 ,,,,,..-....-. e ,We-.-.-. L ,1 U , 1 1 11 Q , 1, ,Y , 4.-f1L:fL.-11:71--1,---1Le-.-.-11: ---- -- EDWI J. K R A U S HARDWARE BUILDERS' HARDWARE, CARPENTERS'AND MECHANICS' TOOLS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, TIN AND FURNACE WORK, AUTO AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Special on BiCYC1e Tires 3'S'SE1G51?62,5"U5's. 2 3 2 22123555 S215 Phone Lincoln 920 1414 GREEN BAY AVENUE One hundred thirty-one .Y.Y, 7.7 , ,-,n--.-Q--Q-Q-..--4-ii up.-..-.Y. ...f-,.,.,,. .i:.1L,., T, 1 V -i- 4. ............--......-......-.-............-. L -1- 73' 'I' F' M N ..-... 7.4, . . .. M..-...-, F-. - . 4... , ,,....--,,..,1l:.e...e.4,e,1,,,,.., 1 -ff...-..:::4.:::4:,1 -Le -1, - - EMIL C. MARIEN BARBER 1417 GREEN BAY AVENUE Phone Lincoln 2399 YOUNG 8a MORAN GROCERY COMPANY 1374 GREEN BAY AVENUE GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES SPECIAL SALES EVERY WEEK -,--f----e...-.-.--.-.-.-.-.--.-. , .-.-.-.-.-..-.-..-.-.......-.-.-.-.-....-.- GAS-LIGHT REPAIRING SUPPLIES Promptly Done PAUL BOEHLAND Bicycles, Repairs and Supplies 1348 Green Bay Ave., Milwaukee .---.-.-...1-...--..---.-.-.-.1-.-.-. THE MOCHA SHOP, 1353 Green Bay Avenue THERE IS ONLY ONE PLACE WHERE JUMBO PEANUTS ARE Pos1'rIvELY ALAYS FRESH-AT THE MOCHA SHOP O. K. LAUNDRY FIRST CLASS WORK 1387 GREEN BAY AVE. All Shirts Guaranteed Swtrictly Hand Iro d - -.--f.-.-.-.-. VW , -.---.-....-..--.-..--..- Phone Lincoln 1450 LEONARD PARTHUN ICE CREAM CONFECTIONERY 8: DELICATESSEN 1503 Green Bay Ave., MILW UKEE -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-....-.----.- .,-, .,, -,., l:4.--4-..- - -...-..- FRANK SEEMANN Dealer in Groceries, Flour, Feed and Seeds 1473-79 GREEN BAY AVENUE Tel. Lin. 401 , -., .,f-:.-.-.- .-H -- ---.-.-..-.- :,,: - ---..-.-..4 1-f - --.-. - --.---. Hardware? Schneider Auto Supplies and General Hardware F. C. SCHNEIDER :: Green Bay Avenue up ..-,-,,,, -- - --- - O h d dth"ty-two W Y, ,-.,-., , ,A---!-,:-f,l::f-..-.-..-.--.-.-......-.-u--.-.---ne -.....-...-.-.- .-L, , .-.-.-.-.-.-...-.--.-..- 1 , , , ,ff if .,,Y if-n Vi.-ee:-'gifs-s 77:--alison:-uf :inun--:-,piM4+:i:-u ii le il ll mm, GRIDLEY ill. LH. igrvalvr ll it DAIRY Qin H l A Milk Plant organized ' and Maintained Upon the l, Highest Plane of Efficiency il ' and Perfection PICTURES ll . , it l All of our Milk IS Pasteur- PICTURE FRAMING T ized in the most modern ll ll and eHicient way l ll ll 423 MILWAUKEE sT., Milwaukee Disffibufofs fo' ll Brook Hill Farm Certified M il Milk and Cream : Gridley's ill Inspected Guernsey Milk ................ ..... do ,-i!,EE. ,-:,E-,: E- EEE E E- .-- ,,, ' ,,- , 4-: ,rz :::-fzgia-1-: Lrfniclgv-2-4-i -T -il ' --1-il-ii'-G--i1+ --'- fl 1' , l lx l ' H ll Phone Connect P a 1 a C e TQ Swee t Shop Theg. Gehfung G, s. WESTERN, Prop. in ll Bakery and SIXTH AND GRAND AVE. Confectionery yi ll HOME MADE 103210th st. Milwaukee, Wis. CANDIES ICE CREAM AND CIGARS it M1 V I 1 ,l lf E :E ,EE---,E::-EE--il-, ttii E-- E-,:---,E,-t E E O l d d th' t, -th .--.-.-.-.-1.....-.-.-.-....-e--..-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.--.-.-.-.....-..-.-..-.-..-.- 4- S H ee H We ee ee- E S -1- W 4. ls the commercial and shorthand school that has The High School and University Atmosphere and Spirit As instruction is largely individual, you may begin at any time and pursue your studies to completion as rapidly as your industry and ability permit. Standard Pitman Shorthand as in the City High Schools No Solicitors Highest Standing with Employers ONE SESSION ALL SUMMER FROM 8 TO 1:30 Spencerian Business College Corner Wisconsin St. and Broadway Phone M. 2860 Milwaukee, Wisconsin nfs 1 --- - --4 - --..-....::f, ---..:-,M -...... s --...........................-4. - ----- ---44--' ----2-.-, A-1 .-.,, ,.--::.-,.--::, 1 .-..-.-, , .-W Y-..... Phone Lincoln 1 546 E. F. K U M M E R Florist Plants and Cut Flowers We make Funeral Designs 1204 Center Street ART IN PHOTOGRAPHY 1 My ' 4 TOGRAPHS 218 W. WATER STREEf MILWAUKEE SEPIA POIRTRAITS o F QUALITY 1- HSY1 1 rf: ff::--- ef: ---- ff-----S: ---1:1 -:fr ee-+ 0 l lllltl -Q.---1.-.ua-.-a-.-2-:e-A--ezeieg-5 f :E - :- f ,gmgw ,-b-5?-1 5-A : ff- , , ,nf ii NORTH SIDE DYE ORKS it I FRENCH DRY CLEANING i ' I I I2 Center Street, Opposite High School Telephone Connection :f?fL-SL-L,LL,:Lggf7h::jiQf:Q2g 'Y:I.i.:Qg.IQQi1lif--EELS 'gl fl: X 6 YOUI' YH ua full tP5Pn H 3 X: i X G t 5 D I' H I t I I I 3 A FRIEND - I-ERLIEN I ., I' ' JEWELER 872 Walnut Street QlQ..e,eY-:::1- , ,Liege---::e..-.-:ze .4..l..!....-..........-.-....... gtgp .-.-.--.-.-...il ?::-- - 2-.:::e,L,- -Q-- ---E..-.-.----..g..g...::::........::L,...........-....-.............p L I I I ' I 'I IF YOU WISH TO BE A Q? L LIVE MEMBER IIIIISIIEIIEIIEED 3 QF N' D. H. S. Ice CREAM I I I JOIN THE SCIENCE CLUB ,X 1' , 4--, , - :-,A-- --f-:,::.-f::::L.-..- -1 1-' .-:,:,:,e,.-1 ?:L:,::...-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-4. f' J qi-.H - 1-if r My Watch e s I Mwmviva I 2s?','?3':r,:':,1',rI2 I Q Y D ' I , , , I ou eslre , V. ,cf ff, I f , , It makes no difference for I A f N what purpose you desire a I 'flfff 'li' I WATCH-I have them in rQ,, Fi ' I wide variety to Suit all I is i' tastes-BRACELET I gllu X 5 I MODELS for LADIES- ND 3, I I WRIST WATCHES for I ' I N f if MEN, and others, from the Zi V i. knock-about model to the W X It superb gems for dress oc- I' . ' i casions-furthermore, re- Qi C I ,I gardless of price, TIME I! ft 'I RELIABILITY is my I absolute gua""mee' I EXCLUSIVE TAILORING zscca, Up 'I I ' Archie T t I C. C. LOOSE 8z CO. M eg Ineyer I St lv Qllnt fern auth aherhanhrrs M G N 9 I RA DAVE.,COR.4th ST. IN 1620 CENTER H Thelewelry Store ofMerir 'I "THE STORE WITH A coNscIENcE-' Ii Q Y A if'-' "::'-"""::g- EM' ' 'I' One hundred thirty-fiv 1' r, or T, d LIBERTY BO DS THRIFT STAMPS OR AN ACCOUNT AT GATELYS arc safe ways for you to cconomizc. Hun- dreds of thousands arc buying' Lilwrty Bonds on weekly payments. Buy Clothing? thc salnc way. It's thc real way to save. You gct bct- ter clothes and you N 1 J, -1 have- plcnty of moncy Q, J ' left for Liberty Bonds ' "Tk W and Thrift Stamps. ,ig A 1 A T 'T T' 107 A 1 j ' ' Q I?-'?:!5,E'ig-3 1 ff T' BUSY Nw Ely' 3 ,www XLS, W V T rr CJATELY T it , -if. sv-'X 'H Xl T, '? -if 1 M A r ii STORES V at ' W' moans that wc savc in j ' buying prices and opcr- hi XA HUITQ' cxpcnscs. Our AM " priccs arc usually 25W lower than thc onc-storc cash or vrcdit mcr- chant iS obli fred to char Q you. 5-. 23 . f H EL ' i SSSS Goan coq.psT E. W 207 WEST WATER STREET 4 -7 i'i.??i.???.i?"i'T1'.7i.7i.?.T'i?'i? iiii 7i'77"7- One hundred thirty-six -.--.-....-. -.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. .-. -.-e-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-....-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---o--u 4' I l The Car With the Half Million Dollar Motor Fully EQ'-liPP0d H JT A ' mMMAw 1 .-..----........-......... ...... A 1D....:i,....:D-:D:1,l 3.3 ,.....,I 'aa e- an--on :inte its--M to-ent---if Telephone Grand 582 i Newest Styles in A . l Gt fa It iYf:d3fa?531sfss T Sons Co. Y 5 A' l Moderately Priced it Jlvmvlmi T ll New Hnrk maint Bonne W PLANKINTON ARCADE 244 West Water St., Milwaukee t l 115 GRAND AVE. It D ,,,,,,,,.,-.DD ,,,-.,, ,,, ,Y , ,..-.-,-:..-....-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-...-.1-. 'SCHUNKS ' Daylight Department Store TEUTONIA AVENUE, CORNER HADLEY STREET ' The Department Store where you Get What You Like-and Like What You Get Furnishings for Young Men-also for Young Women .-1.-.-.-...-.-....-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.--1.-....--.-1.-.-.-.....- 1-.-1.-.-1 -:- : 1- - ,-.::l:::: , 1,e:e-.-.-----6 f-r - -.----.-.-.-.-.-.-.-U..-.-.-.-.1-.-. The Mueller Pharmacy Herewith extends its appreciation for your past patronage and solicits your future trade. TWELFTH AND NORTH AVENUE 1.-11-4-.-..-1.-.-...-11.-11.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-1..1.-.--.-.- .--.-.-.-.- J -l d' d 'tl ' 'ty-:1 it l tl l -Q 42 xl ll it t t l it tl :lc -1- 57 .--n-n--n-o-o-n- a1sn1u n-..-a--n- KODAKS AND CAMERAS DEVELOPING AND PRINTING ENLARGING REIMERS PHOTO MATERIALS S3EAif'2?iu5E'i2 -I- -1- - - - -- - --A -----4. 4... ... T lnlogfifgogegfww A PETE'S AND KARL'S B AR B E R S H O P 571 TWELFTH STREET , , .-.-.-. . -.-, , -,.-..-.-.- , .- HUBER'S HOME MADE CANDIES 1710 CENTER STREET 4.-1 -ff-.Y.E.Ef f -:E-ff-I-1-1-eY-..e A ::.g.4-- ala.: - f-T f --:::.EE:: 1 -,,,.....f-...H--V - - - --.-Q --------. - - -- ---- Rudolph Best DRUGGIST 17th and Center Street .- - - A-AW - --A---.-- ---.--. V .- '- WHY NOT? Buy your next pair of Shoes, Pumps or Oxfords at Victoria Boot Shop 1221 Vliet Street Next to Bitkers Open Evenings -1' -1- 'I' 4. ...plu- Telephone Main 1137 Chudik Brothers Manufacturers and Importers FINE FURS Expert Workmanship Correct Styles 422 MILWAUKEE STREET Milwaukee, Wis. W. SEAMAN 8: SONS GROCERS Wholesale and Retail Headquarters for FRUITS 1029-1031 CENTER STREET Phone Lincoln 3189 qu- - -A-W - - - ---A--.-- - .-q.q..- - - -- - - -- -4- O l d d th ty ght ....?, , Q-,WMA-.-.-.:, -,.,. , .11- -n-.-.-.-.--4-.-Q-4-Q-Q-.-Q-Q-.-.-A---A ' A-A- ' AAAA-A A AAA-A-Q-1.-----A -- WAR ORPHANS are in dire need of food and clothing. You can do your bit by contributing to the good cause of supporting these stricken children. Contributions can be given to THE GIRLS CLUB at N. D. H. S. n- .,.,.,, , .-, , , Q-, ,,-.-, , E ,,,,., ,,,,.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-.- -..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-...?:f..-..- , .l.-.-1,1,Ti1,:::::::-:-:-:- SUITS MADE TO ORDER LEEDS WOGLEN MILLS J. GOODMAN ce, SONS 447 MITCHELL STREET, SECOND AVENUE . d' l"t, A 4-1 Y 1-e-4 4---W - A A---A-A - - A C -i----- S , A ei, if 0 a t Suit Your Taste and .132 LV , 1 W' i i X l X ' ,. ff 'y .. X xx x I vii I i lv w X Lf, W , Fbalilitlwff Q 'f l"'11IIM'.t" i' ll lj ,X ML ll. ri it I .u um i A , X - i X X Ne-, 4. Pocketbook Here You cannot help being satisfied with these suits, for you have your choice of the best styles that we selected from the Adler Collegian line. Nobby styles in fancies and solid colors. Perfectly made and trimmed for young fellows and fellows who stay young. NECKWEAR :: SHIRTS Snappy new NECKTIES, all styles, gay and sedate ..... SOC and up Soft shirts, collarless, soft cuffs, beautiful patterns ..... Sl.50 and up Bert Bagley Co. 788 Upper Third Street A Few Steps South of North Avenue Accept Thrift Stamps As Part Change By request o-f the Treasury Department of the U. S., you will be asked to accept a Thrift Stamp as part change when you shop at a retail store. Won't you accept it gladly--for America? 'hw "S 'ik' W W 'Wmigw i , ltiir rniiriaiinirzis it i be -1- eeeeeeeeeeeee- - Y - -S S Mew -1- U l d lft 'i' I ,l 4 lu I I i ll l ll l I 1 ii ll 1 l l it il 1 4 ! 'I' 4-:,,::::.4 , ' 1,1 ,,,-.-.1-:::1::-lr: HE printing of a School Paper is a work of Art, requiring large facilities, with skilled workmen in every department. The production of the TATTLER represents our ability to execute this-and Work of similarcharacter and excel- lence-With intelligence, neatness and dispatch. HHHIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHHHHHIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlHHHHIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHH1llIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVHIIIIIIIIIIIII' roadway ress HIGH SCHOOL PUBLICATION AND COLLEGE ANNUAL PRINTERS 449-455 BROADWAY MILWAUKEE TELEPHONE BROADWAY 1897 -L., 1: :Y ,:a+::n-Q-Q-Q-+.-Q-L...-:::,.,::g ..e,,, .,, ...-.- Ohddfty , , .,, .--Q-.-.--...-.-.-1.-.-.-.-1 Que-f--f--.-v-f-Yu-.-.-Y .,, , 1-, , V, fa- f MULLANE'S CINCINNATI TAFFY M KEELEWS MADISON CANDIES T al Our Reliable Stores f T h 0 W I' i 9 hf D I' U 9 C 0 - I 253. '.S'.1?v'L"EN.?.L"..?.IZ5El - -- ' ' V -Q-r Y f-f--Q-::g,: 1-1--1.-.-1 -pgf., . I, .....-. ..-....-.. , -1--e fwffffh re, fre,--V W--V-1--1'--W. ---wwf. -he mmf j Telephone Lincoln 2102 ST.OLLENWERTH'S V. . FURS AND MILLINERY T f ,, Dependable Furs and Fashionable Y Millinery 1206 CENTER STREJET Svrhlvigvr-Svrhulz Gln. Hatters and Furnishers 1301 VLIET STREET H .g.-..f-,e,: -,.., .,e,::.-e:::..E:::f:-...g..1.....-.- TEL, : , --W-.,1,,-L f-42. f ---.-....g..g... Geo. Geiger 8z Co. ii p Wholesale Grocers i Third and Sherman Streets M Tel. Lincoln 37 MlLWAUKEE,WlS. .I 3 -1' -1-N -x-A M A 7 A Ame- A A Af--1-T Lincoln 3539 We have the beset ofgood I. KASTRUL l DRY GOODS AND NoT1oNs it " 1007 WALNUT STREET -.--.--.--.---..--.-0-.-.-.-.1--.-0 RAGTIME PIANO-PLAYING TAUGHT IN 20 LESSONS WRITE FoR FREE BOOKLET PHONE GRAND 2112 Glhrintvnnrn Svrhnnl nf lgnpular illlltmir Q.,--,,f,,, Q , ., , .-1-efxe:-., V 11:-4. 4. ...-.-..-.-.--.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.----- Eg. --- - -,e - ---J- - ---fA-- --'- A 1 - -..- -Q-fd 1---.... f--+:- f--...:::- li We shall appreciate " f fa ff' in 3 an opportunity of ,D N ff, . ww 'M sl-lowing .you our , 'VI I ,l 'mill We ' mv-, lme of high grade X 11 it N furniture at moder- 1, ,I-.Nj sip VM E R Y ate prices. Y V If :WX is 'fl ' ' T T KLUG T i g . , FUR N IT U R E l 1 K N X . . . I -.Z 1' E 'WSUiiT1lrlCOMPANY Qxgif 'T Open Monday, Wed- . ka mn NEAR LLOYD , Fi ' ,i":-17 nesday and Saturday N evenings until 9 o'clock Y in ,?-7..-' f-iQ-Y , if-?-fL-.?.f? -Y Y L-leL4u1aLai:.f-1..-, 4,2117 if, I, 'li ip 1:11:77 11s.-:l:i:1s-s1t::::1snf:frY 1 771, 1 1s1o-nu-u1un-o-nhu-o-no-u111vu-u1izvb1I1l111u-nu W W "EVERYTHING IN JEVVELRYN W, " Complete Assortment of "VVATERMAN" and "CONKLIN" FOUNTAIN PENS it A. G. HENTSCHEL T Gbm' Elrmrlrr U 432 GRAND AVENUE, CORNER FIFTH STREET W in , , ef., : -QD: -:WW LE., ,,. Q 1 -eg.-..., Q, .-.-.-..:-,1,f::.-.-me ll?-q. One hundred forty-two .-.-n-.-.-0-.-.-Q-.-.-.-1-.-.-Q-.-1 1-.-1 -.-.-.-1f1- --.-.111e1: ,1-.-11--.-.11L-.1:1e-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-.... fQss1-:LKA11 whdredpozhf X, xg W -J- lt's a most restful car- because of the built-in comfort OU don't have that tired feeling after a long trip-the seats of deep upholstery are unusually wide and tilted to Fit the body. The long, wide, Hat Chrome Vanadium steel springs overcome side sway-keep load from hitting the road-the jolts away from the bolts. Even the extra deep frame is constructed to "cradlo" the tonneau as if suspended at all four points. Its Hundred Quality Features make it America's most highly efficient and economical automobile. It's the car you need! ' .e ALL-YEAR, Caar' It looks like a permanently closed job-the ALL-YEAR Top is built in, not on-giving you two cars in one and for the price of one. It is quickly changed into an open roofless touring car. Why no! place your order now while we are making early deliveries? Frank J. Edwards, Mgr., KisselKar Co. 178-180 Seventh Street : : : Milwaukee One liundred forty -Q-.-Q...-.-..-.-1111.-1 1 11.-11 11-.-.-111.-1:1-..-1.-.-Q-..-.-.-... -...-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-.-.--.-.---.-. .p ....-... , ,... , , - rg... -..E-5 , -.Emi 4. i Mrahuntinin Wrist watches, rings, dorine boxes, pearl beads, cameo brooches, mesh bags, lavallieres. Mifta Military watches, cuff links, scarf pins, and all makes of American watches. l H. HAMMERSMITH THAT WILL BE I APPRECIATED 4.- eeeeeee r r 4' Y YYY, H . ,-.-...-. - - JEWELER 201-205 ALI-IAMBRA BUILDING ii DAYTON'S 417 GRAND A.VENUE, MILWAUKEE, WIS. Everything in Ladies' Wear L COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, WAISTS, SKIRTS and MILLINERY q.............f., ....... , W, ........-gaze., , ?+.....:,.,-.............f 1 5+,,,,ff: 4. if - .-......,,.,T-?-.-- ffaf.-...-1 , 1 , .- -f ,P Youire Not Far I , 7-1 s..i....M sunmnn w..m.5...n if A .. H , 2: l T Gvfse mm s 'X y in .IL A p p C116 36511, 'R 1 7 .. ll 1 ' -.25 F' 1 I l ll ,, . --4'...Lsl 32.33 em- ... , P", ,, , ' -U U fs' 5 T., vip" " I 'I '.., IV?-V I R b 'lt T 't I aii.1'.'L1.eJ'?efvf'f'f S15 1K0 560 ' Typewriters Rented and Repaired From LONDON Typewriter Prices in London Now Sky High LONDON, April 9.-Typewriters are al- most as expensive in London as small automobiles, Owing to the restrictions on importation and the enormous demand clue to increased clerical work in govern- ment departments the prices of all avail- alale machines have more than doubled. New machines if they are to he had at all, are worth from S400 to S5004 Remodeled machines which before the war sold at about 1540, now fetch from S150 to 51200. Second-hand machines in good condition have been sold recently for S50 to S100 more than they cost when new. WOODSTOCK Typewriter SUPERIOR IN EVERY RESPECT All Over the World 13 LANGUAGES-49 COUNTRIES MODEST PRICE -PROMPT DELIVERY Who Knows How Long? i IQUIREFFURE JOHN C. BECKER CO. and CABTNETS 376 BROADWAY 4.1,, 1 1-..., Q 1,1--:ZYZL , LLZZ, Wife, One hundred forty-foul' -V-.--7.-YY,Y,,,-Q-. , f-.L+-....i::,:,:-.-..-.-.-....-...-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.---.---. 'I' I I -.-.-- 4 I I II I I I I I I I I I II II I I I I I I I I II I I I I I II I I I -1- .-.-.Q-.-.-..- --.-.-.-Q-1-...-.-.-.-.1-Q-.-.-.-.-.1-.-.--.-.11-.-.-.1-w-.-.....-.-.1--. Engravings in this book made by HAMMERSMITH- KORTMEYER CO. 116 MICHIGAN STREET, MILWAUKEE, WIS. WRITE FOR SPECIAL PROPOSITION ON YOUR ANNUAL . 1 a - d 1 - .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-..-.-.-.-..- -..-.-.-.-.-.- ...--..-1.- fl- V r l l ii Impnre air in I ll I timate. Most errors of clerks occur in the necessity of purifying l it f 1 ' f V- - 1 smo e or ou air rom any cause eliminated. Pure air is essential for ciency. , Ozone will make basements and other . enclosed rooms as valuable as the best V floor space in the establishment. 1 Ozone ventilators are made in sizes to ' suit the home, the private office or largest banking or work room. .--.-.-.-.--..-.-.un-.nq-u-.-.-....-.- - - and workrooms is a source of loss to employers that is liard to es- when the air has become bad, proving Objectionable body and clothing odors, tobacco N Pure Water to Drink OZONE Water Purifier Water that is safe and palatable-100 per cent free from disease germs. All objectionable chlorine and other tastes and odors removed-all harm- ful germs positively annihilated, by Ozone, produced electrically in this machine. 500 gallons purified for less tnan one cent. Simple to install. No alterations in the walls or water piping-couples to regular faucet. An ordinary cord with plug attached to any handy light socket supplies the current. Easily used--just pull the handle and the machine dccs the rest. Pure Air to Breathe OZONE Ventilator afternoon the absolutely effi- thc Restored Health for the Failing O2 ON E Oxygen Vapor Treatments combine all the elements furnished by nature for the eradication of disease with none -of the dan- gers or difficulties incident to removal from home to some favorable climate usually required to procure them. Physicians using our apparatus have proven that consumptives can remain at home and get far better results from Oxygen Vapor than would be obtained under the most favorable climatic con- ditions that could be found. In use by physicians for the last twenty years. Maybe you need its beneficial treatments. VVhy not investigate it today? Send us post card indicating your desire for further literature on either or all of these im- portant subjects. Demonstrations constantly in progress at our quarters-come in if you can. OZONE COMPANY OF AMERICA 12 Plankinton Arcade MILWAUKEE, WIS. Phone Grand 3990 One hundred forty-six Y Y YYY, YYY, YYYY Y- YY, Y Y V,,,,,,., W ,,,,,...,....L-,,,,-.. ,-:ze-A-Z:-.--1. mfg. E. Qirnhaum 743 Third Street, Milwaukee S Special Display for Up-TO-Date Millinery Graduates and june Brides I -LEE . . A aeie. E V. a E A We Ae 4. .-.-a---.-.-....-.--n--.-.-.-.-.- , lf GOOD RESOLUTIONS ft Chas- W- FOR NEXT SEMESTER ij if Meyer CH, Son l ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIWHHlHilllIIllllllllllllllllllllmilllllllllllllllllllllllllmmlllllWHlllllllllllllllllllllllll .Y D 1. Join the Palladium. L C10th1f?g, 'Hats 2. Buy W. S. S. Stamps. A S Furnlshlngs 3. Help win the war' 1, 20th and Fond du Lac Avenue Milwaukee, Wis. , .K .V . -Y . .-.Y.---uful.--- ..- 7 ----A' - -...-----.- -.-.-.--.-.. -.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-...--. -.-.-.-. COMPLIMENTS OF BERG DRUG COMPANY PRESCRIPTION STORE Corner Twelfth and Walnut .-1.-.-1.-.-1 Phone Lincoln 4 RANGER ,gf BICYCLES T S1427 3 MOTOR- , ' VW X WHEELS H i j, 'ass X Sold on Easy Payments by 5 LIPPOW CYCLE CO. Tel. Lin. 404 702 North Ave. UHTHE GLORfou.S Q SuMf'IER-TIMl- ...-.-.-.-.-.-....,-.--.-.-.-.-. .-.-....-..-.-.-.-.-...- .---.-.- zelere - - -f-:-.- - 1 -e:1-.-.--1:::e--.-.-.::1-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--....-.-.-.-.-. l FORYOO oo we PINE ll I ' M- -1- .- , :-- 1-4 .,:Y::,1 :L-.-- -g :lgraz 1 1 ,::f :,- 1 e-aylin-Q-.-1:11a 1-1: ii HAYWARD LINOTYPING CO. i Svrhunl lguhliratinna at Svpvrialtg 507 ENTERPRISE BUILDING :: MILWAUKEE, WIS. I -x- O I d' d f "tj-Svfn -gf A-Af 7 8- - - - ---M - -Af -A-----f - ....- ---A-V - gf Mfg. Stationers Since 1847 337-345 East Water Street H. NIEDECKEN COMPANY p I PAPER, BOOKS, TOYS, SPORTING GOODS W1 Makers of Reliance School Supplies Solid Ring Reliance Note Book I I Q45 P 1 L, IL1,-f7:f 1is'-'f5P2.g.4...lflQ.g'.Lf'.if..fLif'f'ff'Lf'f'ffi'fs I Phone Kilbourn 1821 W' SHOES X DENTIST 715 TWELFTH ST., MILWAUKEE 1624 Center Street Home OF BETTER suoras if ' 2 i'P35 49 E-e.g..LP '!'k"f".I.'I'I.'.L'.L'.'I':.':....""'.':.L'I.'Il'.'I.' For Your Soldier or Sailor Boy, a S7 50 I XEERET Autographic Kodak I PRICE I , good pictures follow as a matter of course. Its presence in his kit means relief from the monotony of camp life, , and the pictures he will send you will be even better than letters. I I , So small that he can wear it5 so photographically fit that I I I I Milwaukee Photo Materials Co. I EASTMAN KODAK CO. I 427 Milwaukee St., Bet. Wisconsin Sc Mason Streets ,viii , , V f ..,,,, 1 :......' V ..... ..,,,,--, ---,, -,Q---,P +,: 1 g 11,271 14-::: f::x-no---::::1o--ugujwffe f 1.1-1. - -ng, 1...-.,.....1.,,1.1..-.1-To ff I I i x. 65. E . X 'SEL P 'ffl eww! 1- AI 1, '.-kwa. 13.1 ua 1ty Ways I The Appreciated Candies Q .4 BAKERY, SODAS AND Sutnnler Styles DAINTY LUNCHES Smririg Eranh Qllnrthw p I I we AIM TO PLEASE You ,R 4, ,T O p BY SERVING You BEST I I T!'f1.jIy, ,its I I Ii sm pw-41IlI'i.2r., 61151. I I 0 LT'w,s'Eff1ff'g1N"5-'ffs'e" I QI Grand 1212 216 Grand Ave. I .1...,:::-1 1 .-1,14-1112, 1 1 ef... 1 f qiq..-.-.-egzez ---- 1-Af, :f::::..: , , 1 4. One hundred forty-eight 1 1 QYVIODERN PASTEURIZING CO' AND STERILIZING PLANT TELEPHONE LINCOLN 3794 411-415 CLARK STREET PAY US A VISIT T -7- - , -:,1l:-L,.:f, ' :fp4.: , 2. , su 5 ,144 f ,,.. ' 'f:7,..::-asm? KIRSCHBAUM gg 1 1 CLOTHES 311 1 1 11+ 11 li Q ALL WOOL 1 1 1' i Q, 100:55 SENT 1 Compliments of QL L 'VI' coMPRoM1sE L LLL TRCCO 1 1 , SCHOOL 2 11 j L ' , Ay STUDENTS 1 4 5115 1 T1 NUT , W Y 1, V 1 20 1 1 A 1 , 1 A in , BUTTER 1 j Ei H1 CO- Ti ,iv V:,. f '51, M " 'J ' 111 if 1 em A. B. K. cn., 1915 M 1 SINDORF ca, STEIN 1,1 1 1112-1114 VLIET STREET 1 lj "THE YouNGFEL1.ow s'roRE" fi ' B I ol: -.Ez 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 -:::-:-: -1---1 ziufnlau- ' ' '--- ' ' ' ' "Af--A 1 - 2:11 One hundrvd forty nine - 4-5-A-L ' -5 A-A-Q-111-ei-1:5-nm-L-1-1 1 Mam Office and Work +--an-0-o-s-A--.-5-as-b-a-.-0-A --4 I -ng ' W Cl , R ' d D . ..nF..e,'33L5 ye o'r'r0 PIEISCH 254-256 w. wafer se. Phone Gliand 4000 ' ME Quallty Work Prompt Servlce KSU +-.-.-.-.-...-....-.-.-.-.....-.-.-.-.-.....-.111111i 1-1-1-...Z1 11111 1 1 1 4..-.-.....1 1 ..- 1111.11-11111141 1 1::4f.g.:12:1:1 11111 1 1 1 11 1 1 -1111..-1 4. Phone L. 4lS4I. Residence K. l4ll I DR. D. M. GOODSETT I n DENTIST I 11 I pfd Lanfhuff Bldg. MEN'S AND BOYS' C L OT H I N G IiUl3NISHl!GS .i . HATS V N. E. Cor. lZllx A Walnut SIS. MILWAUKEE lf.:1::1111.. 1 1 1 1 .n.........:1 111 11111:-1 1 1:-...-..-1:1-1-4. I MICKELSOlN'S ni I Qlanhg Shnp amh .Ure Qlrrnm liarlnr U TRY OUR SPECIALS 1003 3rd Street , r New Summer Styles Now on ' Display at 1-.1111 1 111-.-.-.-4. in I F ranc1s.l.Z1mmermann I 544 Twelfth Street N "Where Values are Truthfully Represented" ln Phone Lin. 13842-X .9 1 11111i.... 11 1-.-.-.-1:1-. 1 11 .--Q lr..3.11111f11111 11 1 1- 111- -1 1 111-1-1111111 4.-.....i1111 1 1 1..-..-.11 1 1111-. 11111-.2Z.... 11111-.....-f 1-. 1 1 111 1 1 1 Track, Baseball Q5 t . FINE and T n" f t SPORTING Rllxlirment t e Gvoons 5 and 7 S1if'f0lJIf'i5i'f' 3:0 Wells Street ' STUDENTS I -p--f::1-- 1 1,1-Q 1 111-.11 1 11,1-.-.ii--.-.1 1 -.-.-.-.-.---.------o----Q -1.-f:-1--f 1 1-1f-1-11 1 -1- 1-1--:1111 1-1f1 1 1-1----1 1 1 1 11 1 1---1--11 Bunde cf' Upmeyer Co. Jewelers -Mlwaukee Where Q-gal? I5 As Represented Invitations Class and Programs Club Stationery Pins uf' i 2:2--0---' 1 o-1-1 -Q-1.5:-. -..-.-..-A11 .-1:-1-1 111.-.-.-1 1 1 11111 11 11 1 +1 ' 1 5-Ifi-' 7 -.fzf 1 L-1 .ff-1:1 ' igiii .:.q.-...-.qzux-in-sinus-n J I , I-IIAHN BROTHERS ' 3 Big stores of Fashion -I THE Home of HART- NORTH SIDE-817-819 THIRD STREET SSQAKQQR WEST s1DE-535-537-539 TWELFTH STREET 1 CLOTHES SOUTH SIDE - Cor. GROVE ST. and NATIONAL AVE. Q-1 . . 1. 1.....11. 1 ..111..111.1.......1-. .......1 ...1111.1.1., One hundred-fifty if TT W' W' W' tm -- I I THE ' FIRST NATIONAL l BANK If OF MILWAUKEE, wls. I V CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 34,000,000 United States Depositary I COMMERCIAL BANKING BUSINESS X CONDUCTED IN ALL ITS BRANCHES INCLUDING Foreign and Domestic Exchange I Collections 35 Bond Department 1 . H Savings Department I Safe Deposit Vaults 4 ! ,h dhd f -.-.-.---- -.-.-----.-.-. - ------. 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