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

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III in in npprrrintiun nf Ihin Spirit sinh Zlntiurnrr nf Ihr Hrrnn nnh with hnpr that Ihr grahuatrn uf nur high nrhnnl mag unnint in nprrnhing knuwlrhgr sinh rultnrr that mr hrhi- rntr thin numhrr nt' Ihr Eattlrr. 3 ititnra' Himua nn thv Elnfluvnrv nf the Hrvzn .Xu tlllrlllmullt iiulvlit' mtt-rust in c'ui'rt-nt t-xt-nts IS tlitt livin' -il wurthwhilt' Ilt'XYNlJ2llN'I'S. 'l'lit- urczttust rmitriliilttir lu surh :iii intvrcst is lllt lllgll NClltit1l. Hiiiiizuiiving iff IllJNIl'flL'I tarts is thv gmail tif -ssivr t'clt1cz1tm's. Nt'ws1i:11it'rs that ZIUCKI' iittli imturt- currviit t-wuts prrwillt' :ui clltfc- tiw :tml liiggiczil im-:ms to that cml. "Xml so high sclimils :irc of pritm- iiiiimr- t.im't- tit in-wspzipt-rs, :tml iicwspxipt-rs :tru ini- ': gli scliuiils, XXX' sliuulcl :tml thi gc! :vii wcll tiigutlicr, litlt wa- shuultl ltmiw t-:trli ' 'ti tzmwtl :tml fur tht' pq-.ml uf siwicty :is wcllf' ff' J Marvin H. Crcaxzer, Managing Editor, THE MILWAUKEE JOURNAL M. H. CREAGER "Nvxt'sp:ipt-i's, til xi lzirigt' tlt-Q11-4-, rt-llt-rt thc t'llIll'Ilk'lL'l' tif tht-ir iitiltlislicrs :tml ctliturs, If tht-y urs hum-st, law-ztlmiclimg ttitizt-ns :tml tht-y hxtvt- tht' wt'lt':ni't- of tlwir twmiiiitiiiity :lt hvzirt, thu twiiiiiiitiiiity will lizivu fziith in tht-ii' m-ws- Iiztpt-i', :tru-pt its ctlituriztl rtitiiinctit :ts wtirthy :if uiiisirlvixitiiiri, :tml likt-wise :wet-pt its m-ws riiiiti-iit :ts impzirtizil c'mlt-:tt'ur to lmrt-sunt thc lzirts Ili it has fnuml tht-tn. "'l'lii'titiglwt1t this mst lztml, thc mlwspztpcrs lim-is zi vigilant ryt- tm thc pulwlitt wclfzxrc, dis- rlustt Wilrslt' :tml iiit-f'fificm'y in grwcriiiiiciit, light fur lit-ttt-1' tfclttmtimizil fztfilitics, prmiifitt- wzty- :tml tm-:ms to iiiipriwt- ptilxlic ht-zllth :tml tu l'UllNL'I'X'L' liumztn lift-, lizittlt- fur justin- :tml t-qtizilityf' J' L. FREDENBURGH J. Lynn Fredenburgh, Managing Editor, THE MILWAUKEE SENTINEL "'l'ht- puhlic is piiptilwrlv stippiisutl to ht- gist- tmg what it wants. l.vt-n if that wcrt' su, is 'int it wzttits allways what it slioultl lizivt-F lht tiuvspzipcr thzit tries st-rimisly to wit-lcl :in lllflttvitct' is tht' pztpt-r that may liztvc tht- smztll- mst circlt- of rvmlt-rs. .Xml thc pztpcr that pain- tlvrs tu tht' ptihlit' tnstt' is tht- pzipvr that may liuvc thc gruzttcst circtilzititm. hc 3 .1 'z - its wri mg: t css ' lczuls yuttthftil itivt-stigztturs tu ztnotlicr realis- ctwcry. :Xml that is that likt- thu rztrcr gcin, tht- gcnttiilcly wnrthwhilt- tmtililifatimi muy have tu hu sought fur, :tml its iIlf:lllC1lCC sprt-:id for :t Qrczttvr ctIQt'tix'L'iiL'ss." Q f Leo Wolfsohn, Managing Editor, THE MILWAUKEE LEADER LEO WOLFSOHN "l'ht- rt-:tiling pulilic has ziclvztmw-cl vt-ry grcatly in its qiiziliticzitiwti, ns wt-ll its in its zipprtwizttitiii, Thu fumlamcntal cclucatimial ptissiliililics nrt- su much liuttcr than thcy usctl In lit-. The rising gt-m-rzitimi is cmiiing mi thc svunc with lit-ttcr t-clmwttimi :tml at liigglicr qtialiticzitiun, The licwspzipcrs gt-m-rztlly :irc striving to reflect this ztppwciztlmlc advance. "Any high sclimil grzicluutc may Fmcl in any wiirthy m-wspzipcr tht- guide post tif which lit- nr she may lic in nccrl. Thu daily rccnrtl of licroism, during, fidelity, :tml ztcliit-x't-iiiutit arc very strikingly contrzistucl thcrc with tht- igmihlc, the shzilmliy, thc Crm-l, :tml thc futilcf' Ross Murphy, Managing Editor, THE WISCONSIN NEWS. june. 1932 Pnge Fin' 9 . . - 'l K u illli-!'2nf! .nm-' A '--.. I V. 'Y .., 1 cs ,mg V . 2 fw ' Uhr 0,IH11Il1IPI1I.'PlIlPI1I Eattlvr Chr NPIIIHUZIIJPI' Numhvr I. The "Tatt1er" House and Staff 4I1111I4l111g X1L'NYNIlIIti lwncultib II. "Whos Who?" l ll1vMl':lllll1xlvsl III. News Section lflziss i,4lk'II1, ilLIwIl.li Ll.1ss llislfwly. 1. .. , .. :mul l'w1pI1wy I IV. Subscribeis 4l,mxx'1' L i1lsNIHl'IlI V. Society Section lUl'gg:mix:x1i1u1s :xml Xvlivitiusi VI. Sports Section 1 Xllllvlivsj Iilgu Six' 'l'!y, 'l',,11 1 L f- Ml Awpiyfdizlfigvacxfan, - 'K-Qu -Syxxlm ,QQ,ff.fx,Q:?no1,uH: M Lv. ,w,l,,L,,5 f lj 3 , . bm Qafmyu ,wJLQ,,, ., A - f 4 xt 1 .JM Jdffd-fffviAQQ.m, JM,,,44: A wig - 4 "" lllN1lIlI" 6 7' - , yg 5 N bk ' .a f' aifvwffw' W I ll'5vmLaLAx,JQglNiW! A I 'WW ,fy AvQ1L1 45 ll .,1 :YR 'M u TATTLER HOUSE ,vu Sw , ., ' I N Y-A . 3 y , 'wma '1 ., 'I . Q Vu A I , L.I . vu! I K E , A 1 11- f A"' ""'U'Qf"'f .v nf gs 2 Ls M X ,xy .qs X x. X 1 H llg I Qfll Ifu 7 .lfffg I' NG ILDI THE BU 1 as f A ' ci ww,-In V' 'lnwm sv .-T 5w,',,ga5 YlilgliI'fl ' l w'IUAI,lg,4,N,,.g,,,, ,,...- v-ru .- . iff' my A H" A Qi if Ss. , if h Y A, x A... s 3 I f K ' K 1 'gg ' , I june, 1932 Page Nine X tn u fli wmv? Q . A- - 1.-wq 'IJ1 'A,'l i - 99 ' lLIl w.i.1.,m.,., A A BRONZE TABLET AT NORTH ENTRANCE, FIRST FLOOR Page Ten Tlw Tmler ' fa qi g J. li ,., X '1 V' ' . w ,, fffw?,,l. Jlff -L- 1 ' " ,,5m.wg fl1l !1'l , M 2? MW: X l . wliglim l' M7 M gif CORRIDOR, THIRD FLOOR NORTH IIUYF, 1932 PJKHL' Eleven .0 f-VV . XR ,. f Lf! Vx , F ,. 11 , !. 'Vg ' 1 "I Uma., ne" 1 -'---.mm , .A i-1 MR, FRICID W. WICRNICR, PRINCIPAL Iiditor-in-Chia-T L' T1l'L'l1':' 'fvfn 'lxllffn Y F .- , ' X Y , X ' ,2. g,'r v K ' ' UI. ? ?V' fII qigff 'lJi1'u'Q-f"f 4'1""' iliumu., fr MR. RALPH G. CHAMBERLIN, VICE-PRINCIPAL Assistant Editor une. 1932 Puge 'I'l1!v'lwn ' 1: i Y X X 1 1 Y? ' FACULTY Jgz' 10114114111 'l'lu TJ! 1 M A . 3 .Q V ll A-I n I-,P x .Al uf? 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XXvL'l'llCI' ' iqCL'K'F5l4lllQll ,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, North l lix ision I l1'vl1vwt1':1 Executive Committee XX':ll1n'1' Xlicfvl, illllllflllllll IR-:url Ili-liling .Xustin llzllwci' 5 Roy lvwlin lxfllllli St'lllll"'l Memorial Committee .Xrtliur lim-lug lilllllflllllll llmx :ml I Drew Ilnlmlfl l.1llllIb llIll'l'l' I.L1t'lml4m' lil'2lL'L' Xxvllllibllillll Alumni Council lfvulyn lfriuli, llmirnmn lfx L-li ll ll1ll'llk'I' lflliwm XYL'I'c'l lizgrf Tlltllfl '1'!w 'l',11flL-r 9 L. I I fr I f'l' .l pw, - .V ., , fri Q11 A 'D slim. . I swf . A f' 7 HENRY P. ACI-lll.l.ES Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Wfatertown H. S. A. A., '51-712: Boys' Club, '30-'32, Science, Biol. Div., '50-'32, Treasurer, '31-'32, "A buffer' friend 01717101 be fuzmdf If yn: drmbf me. look ffm' iwrld .nu1n1J." RUTH JUNE ACHTERBERG Accounting Course. A, A., '29-32: Deut- scher Verein, '29-'30, Girls' Club, '28-'53, "Sine it qllfel ima' dum im! ibifi. lie it any bind of u'ori." LOUISE E. AHL Elective Course. A. A., '28-'52, Deutscher Verein, '29-'31, Secretary, '30, Girls' Club, '28-'3lg Girl Reserves, '29-'31, Rest Room Monitor, '31, "LVlIli.ll.' ii' ieilly. well pnired. and rlarzrming. B111 when the ii angry, fbefi quile alurn1izzg."' LORAINE M. ALLES Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, Girls' Club, '29-'32, "Ar bfigbl and tn ,Qtr-1' Ar tl fine rpv-ing dup." EILEEN MARIE ALTHAUS Stenogmphic Course. A. A., '29-'32, A Ca- pella Choir, '31-'32, Chorus, '30, Girls' Basketball, '29-'32, Girls' Club, '29, Girls' Glee Club, '30-'32, Girl Reserves, '31-'32, Tennis Club, '30-'32. "Il"bere muiic playf Eileen ii found: Her drnzring llldflj' did tllllllllldf' JANET ALTMAN Elective Course. A. A., '29, '32, Chorus, '51-'32g El Circulo Espanol, '31-'32g Girls' Club, '29, '3l. "So .irmzll and fair. Hui' bei! 411.161, ber' plelly lydir. june, 1932 lu :J 22- -f . Lif lol 'f . 'v' I V '.l ll, Mi! P.1ge Tuerzly-rnze ,rv ll ' Q' li ' l V i' 1 Q i 0 , 4 , v 1 1. .yi , i X I - I - 'r fwll 'i...i.i..., . l.AXX'RlfNlflf ANDISRSEN lflcctivc Course. A. A., '29, '511 Boys' Club 'QW v 1 Hllfi vlnJnJ fum! fur 71121711 .1 41.11. l lin! iran! .mil iri. 'llllff iifmlif' l li li RUTH V. ANDERSON lfnglisli Cloursc. lfrircrul .ls Senior from Lincoln H. S. Foruiisics, 'Sl "lCnl!'1'i izilii' zffzu ffl wzfli. - i lzziu zifiiu Uri . llrzyiri unity." liI.Sllf AR'liNliR SlL'I1LJtLff.llWlllL Cloursu. DL-ulsclip-r Vcrcin, '50- 'V' Girls' Club "9 'SU .., , . ,-i- . Hlfmli' nl fmufi .wif zzliiifim l, ww, Yfffffl in 111' lim! ful 1'fwl1f1,q Wm." Al.lCilf ANNA AYHNG ,M iw: 1 lily-ctiw Course. liiitcrul .ls SOPllOITlOft from A' A X Bay View H. S. Dciitsulicr Vern-iii, '29-'3Og lflfiiruilolispiinol, '3lQCill'lh'fllL1l3, '31-'Llp l"l11l.1tclic. '50-'5l. i 41 "U fulfffll f.lii.' llui mln! wlxfii-. llui :Hifi !lLl fu.i'f7i nl rmi' iniii RUTH H. BAIZTKIZ Science Course. A. A., 'BUYSJQ Girls' Club, 'W-'V' Cllior ' '31 'V - -, . Uh, - ... "Quin illllllg li lfui -Url Rfrllv. I'ffi-ivilrzy fffyifli. .xml llllffku ARTHUR BAND I1 JW' lilcctivc Course. "ln .1f1pr.n'.n1iw. .1 lille' Prmrl f,.l'JIll1jflAQ li fn. lin! only ,1 lhllllflll lim. 111 vi.1liIi." l'.1,ui' 'l'z1'u1l1-11:11 Tfu 'lfllllui EUGENE BANNERMAN Elective Course, A. A., '28-'52, Band, '29- '32g Drum Major, '31-'32, Boys' Club, '29, Forensics, '32, Science, Biol. Div., '32. "Tull rind .itilteiy and ,iby ii run' 'Gwlef Ai .i drum nmlior we my he ii iam." ELEANOR B. BARTZ Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore fro Shorewood H. S. A. A., '30-'32, G' Club, '30-'32, Girl Reserves, '31. "Tun qw in raft ,md blue. None ww' ilyonc' with brigble' GERTRUDE K. ' ' Elective Course. A. A., , ' , Z Club, '30, Girls' Basketball, C ' Inter-class, '30, El Circulo Espan l, ' 9, '51, Girls' Club, '29, '31, Swimming, '29-'32. "The good qzmlitier which you pr1.f.re.r.r, Should lirirzg you cheer rind im,Dpine.v.i'." PEARL CAROLINE BEHLING Mathematics Course. A. A., '29-'32, For- ensics, '32, Girls' Club, '29-'52, Correspond- ing Sec'y, '32, Girls' Reserves, '29-'32, Lead- ers' Group, '30-'31, Monitor, '31-'32, Swim- ming, '50-'32, Spring Concert, '30-'32. "The l70'1'.f urmid uwilf for NILHIQ' iiiiler, Fm' one of ber AllP1.1lJilZJ' imilwf' FRED E. BENEDICT Manual Arts Course. A. A., '29, '31, Boys' Club, '31, Deutscher Verein, '30-'32, Presi- dent, '32. "Brriu'i1 ejei and uurj' hair, None rvilb him crm mmpa1'e.' HAROLD N. BERGHAUER Science Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '30-'31, Deut- scher Verein, '30-'32, "In i'1.iiiu'ork you mn earily lead: ll"b.ife1w 1011 do. may you rurreedf' june, 1932 ri . Q. i A in 2: fl 1 b , lip ,wi M Iv' li' I" If 1 ' 1 if 1,1 ff' ,Q 5. W1 A if 'f . .0 A , : ., We .. ,v . , , W 1 ir' ' ROMA A. li. BIZRNDT , i i . fl ll i l W Kr Y 1 l l I Stcnogriipliif Course. A, A., '29-'Sig Girls' L Cilulv, '29-'52, , "lu ilwi fii.f1! ima fwi'.l ,J plain ,xi UQ 14017 jmjgif wifi iNIli'lll14U l.m.U 1 Hi3i.i2N Broom lilcctivc Coursc. lfntcrcil iis Sopliomorc from I Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '51 1 Cliorus, '29- gil '52, Spring licstivnl, '3lg Girls' Club, '29- lil 'BI1 Lilurnry Monitor, '29-'52, cifxizcailiiilz i.. BOIZINGIZR Stcnogriipliic Course. A. A., '28-'521 Girls' plllulu, '28-'SZQ Swimming, 'ZS-'50 "C.',1r'vfw1 lltlllfaj fill In milf A fefluiz hill. ffl! zivlfi im,1l'ffii1," " f " A' f' ri 154171 V' DAVE BOOTZIN "' ' "' ' VM Snicmc Cioursc, liiinil. '50-'Sig Forum, 'ZO- J-f, 'Sig Orflicstri, 'Sl-'Sl J 0, ,bh ,i "llc plzii .1 ifllcillll mm' ' Ou Ni l.H!lIllll l:.1iifwf1." A nl' GlfNlfVIliVlf A. BOYDIEN , - j' X liluftivc Cloiirsu. A. A., '28-'531 Clliorus. '50g l IA, l lircncli Club, '291 Girls' Kiliilu, '18-'30, 4 ff "Tu fn .1 Izmir ji bii f7I4Uf7.lfl11. f. ,rl V 1 And zwiffv .1 infill MMU iff! L'.u'f'i f1.1ir1." SYLVIA P. BRAFMAN lllcctivc Course. lfntcirul as Soiwliornorc from Roosevelt lr. H. S. A. A.. 'JU-'Pulp Girls' Cllulu, '29-'SZQ I.ilur.iry Monitor. 'Bl-'Big 'lknnis Cflulw, '3l. "l.1li'!iii: Du iii I Yi i, 1r1.fiiJ.' xii .1 fl'lL7I4l ilu' Lllii lm fi.nf, lilyy 'l'zaif11i-lffm 'I fi, 'llulfii ,s l . . 'i ,X -1-f. i f i l fi -. - A --Rik i pwwi.10l"il5'2lsUil' I il WM 'lil LESLIE C. BROITZMAN l Science Course. A. A., '28-'32g Boys' Club, '28f'32g El Circulo Espanol, '32, Science, Biol. Div., so. , "S11rtev.i' and bzlppfllevl lie in bil u'or'E.' Duty then be will zzezw ibirkf' LUCILLE H. BRUESCH Stenographic Course. A. A., '51 3 Cadet. '52, Chorus, '29g Girls' Club, '28-'29, Girl Re- serves, '32, Webster Society, '29-'30, "Tu Ibillk Ihr! in Ike bookilrnw ' ll"e'l1 .lee her .imiling fare rm murel DOROTHY L. BRUNOW Stenographic Course. A. A., '29-'32, Chor- L us, '31, Girls' Club, '29-'32, Girl Reserves, '32, Leaders' Group, '31. "fini ui large at -j0Illd uumt her to be: fill! ru ir1u'11iI1'io11.i ai 11 lmfley bee." LEROY BULTMAN English Course. Entered as Sophomore from Hermansville H. S. A. A., '30-'32, Basket- ball Interclass Champions, Capt., '52, Boys' Club, '30-'32, Cadet, '32, Chemistry, '31, Cross Country, '31g Hi-Y, '31-'32, Tattler, '32, Track, '5l. 1 "Tull und blorlde willy ZIWIQ' bah, Hefi lbe idol of lbw f.1ir." ILAHA EERN BUNN Stenographic Course. Girls' Club, '29-'32. "Pe7ite, pw1.li1'e, 11,1 Bunn, A dem' friend. if erer 0116.0 l JOHN W. BURAN Science Course. A. A., '30-'31, Boys' Club, '28-'29, Science, Biol. Div., '29-'30, "His lflfllnelllf ii oft in ruin. Sfill be 5411101 it fllvl the .mme june, 1932 Ptige Tu erm fi: dr 1 .WE Q P : .' ' 1 1 1 -. I 4 '7 1, flllllw l K3 l-lll 'An Pl 1"' l I' 1 V l'.iLI" ".1 . , . "' W'ALTl2R XX". l5U'l'lfNSC.HUlfN lflcctivc Cloursc. lillftftal .ls junior from Boys' T1'1lmic.1l H. S. A. A., '29-'5Og Boys' Cillllv. '30-'5l. H'I11Ill1,Q1l71'. 111' 11111113 11111 111.111 11111 11.111, I11111 11111. 1.111 II.1111, 11.111 .1 1.1117 CI.YDlf CLI FIFORIJ CANFI IZLD lfl1-ctivc Cloursc. A. A.. '39-'Sig Boys' Club. 'vqjgv A11111' 11111 1111 111.111 11111111 1111 f.111. :11111 111611111 ,Q111 1171171 1111x1111111." YIOHN fl. CiHlilfK S1-11-1111 Course. A. A., '51-'Big liilskctlxill. '2121 Irmtmmurgll ligiskctlviill, Capt., 'SZQ Boys' Cllulw. '29-'321 filmcinistry. '5l1 lfl filI'CLll0 lfslxmol, '30-'Big Hi-Y, 'Sl-'52, S1-Cy. 7121 Scicncc. Biol. Div., 'Wg Art Cilulv. '51-712. HIS1111111 1111 .1111111.11l 111111111 11.111 111 11111. . -1- . .. II11 1 111111 1111111 111 111.11 v1.ll!ll1l' 1.1111.1 C,1111'f. MARY fi. C.HlflfK lilcctivc Cfoursc. A. A.. 'J91 lil Ciirciilo lis- lmnol, '50-'52, Scfy. Pres.. 'Sl-'521 Girls' Cilulw. 'Ng Girl R11scrx'1's. 'Sig l.L'LlLlCfS' Group, S21 XVrit1-rs' Clliilw, 'BU-'212. ".ll.11y 111 111111. 111 1111.11.l. 1 1 -- 51111 1111111 .111 1111111 111 .I11, I.UDXX1"lG il. CQINATI. lflcctivc Course. A. A., '19-'HQ Boys' Cilulw, 'Sig Tr111'k. 'BOL Gym T1-.1111 '50-'Big S111-111.11 Scliolastic Aw.1r1l in N.1t'l H. S. Art lixlmibition, 712. ".'l11 .11111111 111 1.111 .11111111 ll 1111 Cf11111111111114u 491.111 111111 111.11111. 11111 1 DAVID COHIHN SClCI1liC Course. lintcrcd ns S0lWllOIUOI'L' from Cfcntml H. S.. Miulisorl, Wfis. A. A., '50-'5l. "li1b11111 1111 11111111 11.111 L1111111 1111. fi 111111117111 11111114111 111111111111'111," P1141 'l'z1'1111l1-11.x T111 'l'.l11'111' . I. M 3, ESTHER COHEN Elective Course, 3w years. Entered as Fresh- man from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29- '32g Chorus, '31-'32, Spring Festival, 'BIQ Girls' Club, '29-'32. "If .imne duy you are irz imulzlu. She will pierre it like iz bubble." SOLOMON COHEN Mathematics Course. Entered as Sophomore from Madison Central H. S. A. A., 'Sl-'32, Boys' Club, '31-'32g Mathematics Club, 'Bl- '32, "He team 1' In Hip and flrml through ,lfhIl'L',' Il'bwz be taker roll, jul! uulrb bir guard' Qu Aj wi ,sul.WJtfd,BfritNfr.1225aQsiO N .J C-el KM X, 1 5 Histoggogye Entered as Sou ' m0 om XIJXNX. ,West ix'imn A., - ,V - -Y . istr '3 ' ' e ' ,, e ' lspfxff ' Clh 1- 5 g Gi Reserves ,jx jx . ', , rs'GS-ro , , "," V. I I iol. V ' f ' Sec'y '29' T e..,Vf9f fgvebsr Q , 3 -jszfbhet 0 I ,YC 'g,2T.'x Q-N, ,kv U, Q tib- ' ii "7'f1i.f frI7T'7Ildid071ly5-17115111 ai1z?g5ilZd-,RSC All mrli of wfie tbizzgr run through ber ggzimlf' XXODSL ERMA M. D'AOUST Stenographic Course. A. A., '29, A Ca- pella Choir, '31-'32g Chorus, '51-'32, Girls' Glee Club, '52, Spring Festival, '51, Girls Club, '51-'32, OH'ice Monitor, '31-'32. , "Dari eyes' ihifzing, .rmile agleaming- Perhapr the reuiwz fm' much day-dreaming." jAlNlES DOYLE English Course. "Srm1e zmri b.1w1' and get ahead, Arm' tb.11'.i zbe re.1.ro11 .ro fmzny are dead." HOWARD R. DREWS Science Course. A. A., '31-'52, Leaders' Group, '51, "Him clever u'i,re-rrarkr and uuirzrzirzg m1ile,4 Muzi' L: frm' :mziderz do lzeguilef' . .- ' ef di ..l AA SEL, ' Q Q H. 1"-" ""' I1 'I' '4 -M7411 --. My 'I . june,193f A . ., -,CQ he i ' 150- - ' i iff? if . . . xi f sp, 3 - - -,sw I Puge 7l1!'L'?2H X - 5 . w. Q. . 11 . 9 - A 1 H ., , i I 1 1 " 'Arr ia gil". vi' , ' M i.,.,,,,.,,-mir-1 1 .m fg Tl'-l fu A.. 1 Cl2I.lA DUBRIN Stenograplmic Course. lintereil as Freshman from Wiiiisziii jr. H. S. A, A., '30-'32, Girls' Club, '29-'33, Ollice Monitor, '32g Tattler, 51332. "1-lmbitjrnl ii fm' wall .lflllf 5111111 -211.11 f.1n,f1 ifu' 11 IH .11'1l..'1m. DOUGLAS XVAYNIZ UUNLAP lflective Course. A. A., 'ill Boys' Club, '29- 'BIQ Science, Biol. Div., QU. "llu'i 11111 lll1ll'!'7 11:1 fffwi i, lin! lieu lfuri' izilfw ffm Mull." RUTH O. A. IZCKSTIZIN Aceounting Course. lfntereil .is Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H, S. l,e.ulers' Group, '50, "Full of pep. fllll. .xml l.111yl11ii': Alzmli ,qui 1115.11 ifu' .ww ,il'1'i1." RAY A. EHMKIT Science Course. A. A.. '39, '33, Boys' Clula, 20- 323 Ciulel, 'SIL Cliemistry Club, "all "ll1i 111.111 ii 1101 wnnif Illfll ii .1111 wi ll il1'1 1'l1i'1'i. lin! zifwffd 1,11 111.11 fu' l'i.11fr1'1 .1 11,11 iilflr flu Wifi." CATHIERINHI l2PS'I'lfIN 3 Elective Course. A. A.. 'uilg Girls' Clulw, i '29-'321 Tennis Clulw, 'Bl l "Q1ml.1i .1 wfflwi. f',11.' 11111 NHIKLIL l 111 i.11i11y ifuiff ff. i.11f1'1 11.f1iu11' fun IZVIZLYN IIRICH l lfleetive Course. A. A., 'lv-'SSL C.ulet, 'SIL Dramatic' Clulv, '50-'51, Seoy, '5l, Treas., '52, Girls' Clulv. '29-'51, Pres., '52, Girl Reserves, '50, 'SZQ I,e.ulers' Group. '50, ' Class ,Play 'lil 3 Senior Ring :mel Pin Sjfliilllltf. 'Blk WR-lustq Society, 'I'!am',. H1432 3 A' A 'IWC' all-,lfyzil tf:d'I'5F9'? Wg 1y111Q." if 11" ,, .J eTz1'w1I3-ugfvf I I TM Yfillhr , l .11,5giv1g,, 591,524-1 ' . . , I L ,L "Ul.1lllf1ug1rli ufii izir um. I - 4 . In, 'i f 'P ' 1. . 1 f ' , X , 1 H .. ,,,, , .--M13 GRY!!-'f'."'lll'hL'l I e ff 'Allin if BEATRICE B. FAIRMAN Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, El Circulo Espanol, '29-'30, Girls' Club, '29, '30, '32. "Although Beufrife loved her haohr, She though! them harmful to her' look," ANTOINETTE FARCHIONE Elective Course. Chorus, '28-'30, All-State Chorus, '28, Spring Concert, '29, '30, All- City Chorus, '29, El Circulo Espanol, '29- '32g National Honor Society, '32, Leaders' Group, '30, Local Honor Club, '30, Moni- tor, "A", '31-'32, Ofhce Monitor, '31, Christmas Play, '3Og Writers' Club, '3O4'32, Play, '32. "Small and dark, She mer the nmrhf' JOHN FENSKE Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, Band, '29- '32, Corporal, '31-'32, Color Guard, '31-'32, March Band, '31-'32, Boys' Club, '31-'32. "A friend I0 all, a foe to mme,- Nezfer a thing he leave: imdzmef' IRENE MAE FREDERICK Stenographic Course. A. A., '29-'32, Girls' Basketball, '29-'30, Girls' Club, '28-'30, Leaders' Group, '31, Othce Monitor, '32, Senior Class Play, '32, Webster Society, '29-'32, Sec'y, '51, Pres., '32, "A perfurl pmfle and golden lnrhf hm' ihe, f:fN1lblP16"ll' zvilh pep and personality." PAULINE FREEMAN Elective Course, 32 years. Entered as Freshman from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '31-'32, Chorus, '30-'31, Girls' Club, '29- '31, "Smiling and rheerful, our own Pauline lr liked hy all who h.11'e her .reen." MILDRED FRITZ Stenographic Course. A. A., '31-'32, Girls' Club, '28-'32, Webster Society, '31-'32. "Slash tzluuym .vo lovely and .iu'eel,' To mee her ir really a Heat." june, 1932 Page Tu enlp mne 11 A . '1 1- . 1 1 1 1 111, Huw 1 1, x '1 1 - 'li 11211 ' .4'.1:1" ,L " H F! ALBIIRT -I. PROIEHLICH lVlllfllL'Il1LlflL'S Course. A. A,. '30-'Big Boys' Club, 'JLI-'30, l.1-111lcrs' Group. 'Bl-7:21 Mrltlmcrngttrcs Club, '50-'52, Vlkl'-lJfL'S,. '51- '51, "xl l'.1111l1111111 11111113 111,111 11 ,-11' 5 5111111 111111 Z11111 .1 1'1,u111.11' jul. lil.l'RllZDA IIROMSTIQIN St1-nogr.1pl1i1' Course. lfntt-rul .ls Soplrornort- from Roos1'x'cll -lr. H. S, A. A,. '50-'52, Grrls' Club, '50-'Big National Honor S04 1 11, 1 . , .1 duty, 'Sig I.11.11l1'rs' Group. 'Sl-'SIL I.o1.1l Honor Club. 'Slg Monitor, '51-'HL Libmrv, 'Rl-'SZL 'llcnnis Club. 'Sl 1 1 1 1 xl 111.1111 111 .1 4Kl!'f.' .1 ll 11111!1 11,111 11111111 ll"1' 1111.111 f111 ,q11111f 11111 1111'f 11111 1111111 ffl 1111f." AUSTIN GAUGIZR l2lc1'tiv1- Courst-. A. A., '18, 'SQL 'Sig ll.lI1Ll, '29-'Big Boys' Club. '291 cnlklfl. 'Sli Hi-Y, 'JU-'53, Cllnplglin, '31, SCHIOI' Class Play, '51, ".Y111y111.g .111,l f7!.llj71.Q f11- ll,Il 11'111111,q1'1 111'1111'. II1 lfllllll 1f1,11 161 11,11'1f111'1 ,111 11111111 1 1 1'1111f." ROl5lfR'l' H. GFNSCH Suit-me Course. A. A.. 'lS-'31, 'Sli Boys' Club. 'ZLL Soc. Sopb. Div., 'l'11 l.11.l1lcrs' Group, 'i'1g l.o1.1l Honor Club, 'j'1g Moni- tor. 'Sl-'Sig Sxximming T1-.un. 'Sl-'51 ":l1111,u11.1111111111 111 -11. l111.11111111f111111 11111111.11 11 11. DIOSIZPH lf. GIQRARD Awoxrnting Course. A. A.. '50-'Slg Boys' Club. '52, Monitor, 'BZQ St.1g1- Crew, '50- 'SZQ Stage lNl.1n11gcr, '51-'32, ml f1.11!1f11fb111 11 j111f I51f11111f M11 11.1,1'1'. 11.11115 111111 yu." FRANK GLAZIZR lfI1'1'tiv1' Coursu, lfnturctl as Soplmomoru from Roost-xt-lt -lr. H. S. Atl1l1'ti1 Coumil. '5lg Chorus, 211-nl. Accomp., All-Crty H. 5. Chorus. Accornp., 'SIL Orflrt-stra. Spring Concert, '30-'31, "xl 11111111111 111.11111 ll 1'11, xl 111,111 111 1111111111 111 11. l ,,1 . I111 l.1'll1l11 7. X l -ur 5 K N .s ' ,. If 7 1, . , N ':?T:'?'f ,l 'U' 4- l"-M' ' . . if. ,, ,w"u1.W."-f-l-lJil'l . 7ll.l" I.n . -mr,.,,,,,, MAX M. GOISMAN Science Course, 3M years. Entered as Sopho- more from Roosevelt Jr. H. S. A. A., '32g Chemistry, '30-'32, Orchestra, '31, Science, Biol. Div., '30, Webster Society, '30-'32. Vice-Pres., '31, "A slay lad, but Jfmzrl ir be: Known to all ui juli 'Mtixiuf BELLE GOLD Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'32, Girls' Basketball, '30-'32, Tennis Club, '30, El Circulo Espanol, '29-'31, Girls' Club, '29- '30. "Cl.1.i.ie,r and ,ftua'ier, ibe mrer for fzwze But get Abe bm .all kimli of fini." ALBERT L. GOLDBERG Elective Course. Entered as Senior from Nicholas Senn H. S., Chicago. Band, '31- '32g Boys' Club, '31-'32. "He nerer .ieriom uni be: Heir aluujxi jolly alla' m1'ef1'ee." ROSE M. GOLDENBERG Stenographic Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '31-'32, Girls' Club, '29-'31, Library Monitor, '31- '32. "A bll,fj-bfld-Q'AIb6fL' ii none. Sn full of zmrl-. in full of fun." LEO GOREN Science Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'32, Band, '31-'32, Corporal, '31, Sergeant, '32, March Band, '31-'32, All-City H. S. Band, '31, Orchestra, '32, Science, Biol. Div., '31. "Af14'iIYJ'f 1t'01'ljP1I2' fm' the bell. DUEIIKH fbllfjfl fm' fbi' fell." JACK Y. GRANOF Science Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '30-'32, Basket- ball, '30-'32, Boys' Club, '30-'31. Huvillllllll rl Lfollbl, Ibme pmnbi and quipr. Will fire ffI7'6'I't'1' fl!! his Dpi," june, 1932 Page Tbirfy-mls xW f'l vi ii A W ,, . .. lf , -' 1 I I I l if" ri- 5 .lIl'f'r, L- I -111111 lun . Elm '..uuQ.- ' , ' 2 ll .1 IZTHIZI. ANNIE GRAU Science Course. Ifimrrul .is Sopliomorc from Roosr.-vclt -lr. H. 5. A. A.. '40-'Sli Girls' Club, '31, lxiulcrs' Group, '30, Sciciifc, 'I Biol. Div., '5O. "Quin, izixrf. .mil Jrwlm 5 ' Sfu' LZ7.Il'77Il Ifirfu .ull lu In inn l V Il FRANK N. Guoss I ,l Club, '52, Scicmc, Biol. Div., WO. El V I V F .II,uJIi1 I IILJIII riff Llilrl' !fr.1l. I ll"fw1r"w flux ur film wi ffm lull," I 'Q HI2I.MU'I'H M. GROSSMIZYIHR L Scicnfc Coursc. A. A., '10, '32, Boys' Club, .A - '19, 'SI 1 Iiuutsclu-r VL-ruin, 'DJ-'SKIL lfl Cir- fulo Ifsiunol. '51 "Shui ffm' inn: ffm llii'miii Hu llwlm .zilzzyiii lrmzii lui lr-wil ' ri DORIS A, GRLIIKIQ Iflcftivc Coursc. Girl! Club. 'JJ-'50, 'SDI Girl Rcscrvcs, 'SOQ Scnior Cl.iss Play, '51, '51, X "Hmm lllfl' l1r'.if,f.ii1irri inmr J.1i. I xli Iiuxmlr mill nu our Srififu I'J,ii." , ANNli'Ii'Iil2 MARION GUlfN'l'HliR Iiluctivc Coursu. Ifrltciul ns Soplioinorc from Rooscvult jr. I-I. S. A. A., 'JU-'Sig Chorus, '30-'5I, Spring Ifcstixyil, '50, 'Sli lil Cir- rulo Espanol, '5l, '31, Sr-Cy-'I'i1-.1s.. '32, Girls' Club, '30-'52, Monitor, '5I, Olliec ' Monitor, '51-'BL l ,,, . , , lfu iflnfulfi H1 fur 5 A1111 fi I.l.1 f ' fllfllklla' ,qrr..'ff1 ffm lfvfyfrf lui ROY Gl.IIfN'I'HliR Suicricu Course. A. A., '29-'ill Boys' Clluli, '29-'52, Chemistry, 'SO-'SIL ISI Circulo lis- lunol. '51-'Bl "lid mmf .md ll 1111, .wif 1f'i,i."i vm' .i,. Yun ilwnlrl ui Rfo film lf.1ilr1l.1.l.' " LL ilifuill-lrrff 'IVR 'llifflri Iilcctivc Course. A. A., '28-'Bl 1 IN1ntl1cin41tic ., , V3 , , I . H H, 1 J., Q ,. - I .N , W ,Z-J.-E, K, I0 N nu, 1 -f f- H ,,,, .Ai "- ,K-11mi0g l'l if . , 1 " --illliiirmfrf - 4.-1--" ,Q--ii., ALBERT j. GUEPE Science Course, A. A., '28-'29, Basketball, "N", '31-'32g Boys' Club, '30, Cadet, '31- '52, Football, "N", '30-'31, Leaders' Group, '31, Track, "N", '32. "On Ibe Imri be mn inn. In the flair befi full of fun."V fuifuii, ii-. f ARTHUR' IJGUEPE ' ' Science Course. A. A., '28-'29, Basketball, "N", '52, Capt., '32, Boys' Club, '30, Cadet, '31-'32, Football, "N", '31-'32, Leaders' Group, '31 5 Track, '51-'32, Capt., 32. "1-Ie'.r full of rigor. pep. and riznp Tberefi only one like him-hir twin. CLARA C. H, GUEQUIERRE Science Course. A. A., '50-'32, Band, '29- '3l 5 Girls' Club, '29-'32. "From 4 penril ibm' ii Ilt'l't'7'f1'6't',' Na doubf. rx mrtrmnnl rbe u-ill bef VERNA Nl. HABERLACH Elective Course. A. A., '28-'32g A Capella Choir, '31-'32, Chorus, '50, Spring Festival, '5lg Deutscher Verein, '28-'29g El Circulo Espanol, '31-'32, Girls' Club, '28-'3l. "I1iipp,3-,qu-lzninp. f.1nffrw .ind gay. A jul llmfi rlaeerflfl till Ilve day," CATHERINE L, HAFEMAN Elective Course. A. A., '28-'31, Girls' Club, '28-'52, "Hairy jwlfzricly llnnlfi ibefi 41 wonder. And we illl .igree MH mizzle nn blunder." ROY E. HAHN Accounting Course, A, A., '29-'32, Tattler, '29-732. "If you wer need 41 friend. Hu will ierre -pun In Ilya end." 'fi in , -l -A-e, V. ..,. fm! 1 r 41 Y. june, 1932 Ilige Tlviify-llmft' , W1 f Lljfiflg, .. THIN- Lil! flfff' -ri -ff I, ,ia ur J i I, , . F' I . ' .I ii -f I inf. i .. .1 i , Q il -,lY'F'. , . f AH. , I " ' ii' K 'Fila 'Ill il , - Tiff! ll' I Iluwn-. . 4-1"-' -L 'ul ,, ., i-llJY .iw I 1 L I f I CLAAUAQ I lvl I Page 7'lJllIj-flllll' I . CHARLIES C. HANSEN Iilcctiw Course. A. A., 'QS-'SIL Boys' Club, 'JH-'31, Cadet, 'BITBJQ All-City Cliorus, '19, Cross Country, '5lg Hi-Y, '29-'32, 'I'rc.is., '5l. Pres., '5J. All-City Hi-Y Coun- cil, 'SI-'32, Scicnu-, Biol. Div., '39, Scnior Class Play, 'Sl-'51, ,I'I'.lL'l'i, 'iI. "Ii"i lfu i'i'ffffui .Hill lfw Alffliiliflfi. 'l'fi,1i'1f1.1li ffm ififilf' IZVIZLYN IDU HARDIJR SIL'l10gI'Lll"l1IL' Course, A. A., 'lv-'Sl 1 Girls' Clulw. '39-'51, National Honor Soiicty, '52, Isicilcrs' Group. 'Sl Q I.oi'.il Honor Clulw, 'BI 1 Monitor, '31-'53, Ollicc, 'Sl. " 'C,'fi.1iz11lflg' Lllulifil full L xjm ii Yun jfiilli imlfi .n1.! lffiifni IRMGARD ANN HIiINRICH Stcnogriipliic Course. A. A., '29, '50, '51, Girls' Club, '19-'Sl "Ihr l,111,Qliif1g ini ,mil ixmfmi .in lu ,ill ilu lv .1 m.1lJu1 Lili," VIRGINIA If. HliI.I.liR Iilcctivc Course. lintcriil .is ii Si-nior from Holy Angels H. S. A. A.. 'Ill Girls' Clulw, 'El-'51, Girl Rcscrws, 'SL "SM frm .i infill f!'v.i!'i fun In -ii Slw ilmzwi if In ni mr1il.1u1li." ALY5 IE. HIZNGSTI.IiR Scicnfc Course. A. A., '29-'32, Cliuinistry, 5lgC11rls Club, 20, 30. "'I'zimHi11g ini. I'!7.llfLlj711Q ffpi. - Ifiii midi ll1lf'fH,H1f' .ll1ilifl1lAjIi," RUTH A. HITZIG Scicncc Course. A. A., 'Sl-'52, Cliorus, '31- '5Z1 Girls' Club, 'DL '521 Sficllfc, Biol. Div., 'SIX "Shu VIIJLLW lfn' iiwfif xiuilfizifffi ' lI"1llv fur yullli. plmifrilq imzlif' F 1 LLNJ 4 . Tin' T.1Irli v 11 H 1 "3 'u1,V'Q" lll'g"" " 'u-ln' Il' 'll J CHARLES EDWARD HOEEMANN Elective Course. A. A., '28-'31, Boys' Club, '32, A Capella Choir, '32g Chorus, '31- '32, Better N. D. H. S. Club, '28, Webster Society, '30-'32, Vice-Pres., '32. "ll"e"1'e allen beard fha' ,qirliei 1.13. Tlml Cl7.n'le.i htm L1 t'L'l'ltlllZ 14.11" MARTIN C. HOl.LAND English Course. A. A., '29, '32, Boys' Club, '29-'32, Science, Biol. Div., '30, Tattler, Humor Editor, '31-'32. "Deep a'uu'v1 in bin lmnl. He mn play Ike rmnfi pint." DANIEL W. HORWITZ Science Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr, H. S. A. A., '29-'30g Boys' Club, '29-'30, Forum, '31-'32, Science, Biol. Div., '29-'3o. "Thin jolly lm! of cheer- .md joy. 11 lured by erery gil-1.md bag." l-EWlS HOUTING Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'30, Cadet, '32, "Tlmngl2 modem! rmd gwllle. be rules his uzwz llllfldf Awbilinui, bill itil! nal tx bit of iz grzndf' GLADYS A. M. HUBENTHAL Accounting Course. Band, '29-'32, Corporal, '51, Sergeant, '32, All-City High School Band, Girls' Club, '29-'52, Leaders' Group, '51, Orchestra, '29-'32. "Yon Y1t'I'b'7' Luau' u'l7en .rl9e'.r around: Slae gnu.: tnzd mmei without L1 .i0und." ELEANOR HULTSCH Elective Course. A. A., '31-'32, Cadet, '31- '37 Girls' Club '29'51 Leaders' Grouu .ra . , - 1 ' ' 1, '31-'32, Writers' Club, '30-'32, Se-c'y, '30- '51, Treas., '31-'32, Co-author "Mary Ann's Prisoner," '31, Tattler, '31-'32. "A llflly mio with golden bairf Sbefa chit. and mzart, and .ru'ee!. and fair." lung, 1932 Page 71171111 hr Y 1 1 " ii if R 1 r jj J I X I- KVA ,J C 1 ,A I A Q v ' I 1 1 I, ii f i " 'HI N ,. A X 4 tow gr 'um n x P X 1 ls 1 .. g fFI?Z'." 1l' .l 5 if 'um 'lliiu'12...f lin--..,, , MARGUIZRITIC l.LIClI.l.l2 IDING 5 Stenogrrlpliie Course, Deutselier Verein, '29- 'EOQ Forensics, '53, Girls' Club, '29-'52, Lezulers' Group, 'SO--'Hg Monitor, '52, Swimming, 'JH-'Bl 1 "1'N'e1t'1 .1 11m11y 1111111 111111 1411111 1111 true! .11111 ,q111l14 11111, 1. WALTIZR H. IMHOF lileetive Course. A. A., '32, Senior Play, '531 Senior Lit. Comm.. 'SL "ll".11l11'1 ,11.l11Uvf 111111111 zu .llc '111111,1,- , 1 1 1 .. 1 11.11111 111 111111. 11111 11111111 Il.'l4Ql'1l 1111111. l TILLIII l'I'ZKOXVl'l'Z Stenograpliie Course. lfntcretl .ts Sophomore from Roosevelt vlr. ll. S. A. A.. '51-'52, Girls' Club, '50-'SIL Monitor, 'Bl- 'BZL Otliee Monitor, Val. "l",11 111.11 731111 111.11111 U11 11111 11111 find 4. 01111 111 ye11em11i. ,Q111111. .11111 l111t1." FIIRDINAND OTTO DIANKIZ 1 Elective Course. A, A., 'JH-'Sig Boys' Club. ' '211 "1-l1I111111K1g11 111' 11 11111 1111.111 111 11:1 1417111.11111 1111. -'ell zulu." HOVUARD l.. VIIZNNRICK 'Hi Science Course. A. A.. 'Sl-'SIL Lertelers' Group. 'Bl-'51 "T111i 1.111 i111z11,q 111.111 111111111 ll1111'.nJ li 7.11 1111111 11t1114q .1 11111.11r1." jANlZ Ol.lVlf -IOHANN Elective Course, A. A., '28-'32, A Capella Choir, '31-'32, Chorus, 'BOTSI g Girls' Glee Club, 7:11 Girls' Club, '28-'32, Olliee Moni- ww, tor, 32, ,, . . 1 . . KU' 1 G1111d'l17111lq1 zr111.'z' 111 ilgzi 1111.111. Ah- tv 11111 1151111111 flu 111'-1.111 l,l1l'.'4 DM J fMfC1?wXwy M7 fl r , 1 I i .0 ei, . J MARION HELEN JUSTEN Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'32, Girls' Basketball, '32, El Circulo Espanol, '29-'30, Girls' Club, '31-'32, Girl Reserves, '32. "To lb? preliieil gn the ipoili. Tlmfi why in Clair .ilae never mill." CHARLOTTE ANNE KAISER Elective Course. Entered as junior from Girls' Technical H. S. Forensics, '52, Girls' Club, '30-'31, Tattler, '30-'32, "Thin gazing uwziun will ,rarely he A jw1rmzli.rl of high degree." NORMAN L. KAISER Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32g Science, Biol. Div.. '30, Boys' Club, '29-'30, '32. "IIi.i mznle-1b,:r',f :be flying: It lelli ibut lJe'i king." SYLVIA KATZ Elective Course, 51,6 years. Entered as Fresh- man from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '51- '32g Band, 29332, Corp., '31, Serg., '32, Leaders' Grouu '31 ' Writers' Club, '29-'50, 1. . Library Monitor, '31-'32. "Though lime goes fail, yrzifll newer find A girl in all Ike uim-ld .m kind." THOMAS L. KEMP Science Course. A. A., '29-'30-'32, Science, Biol. Div., '30g Boys' Club, '50-'32. "A 1'eg'l.u' allow. f of fun. 'Hi. Pu .' Have ou yrzuf mallJ uv done?" A 1 GILBERT KENI Elective Course. Band, '30-'32, Corporal, '32, Cadet, '32, "I will no! griere. nor will I fret. If mp brm1eu'm'k I do forget." june. 1932 i MW' . as 5 'P ' ov - W Q 4' . ' nl' ' i . I'--f ' .mfg 'lll fl V 'Qlll lllj 1,-wV v,..f U, l""-""""""""""""""-"'-'w'-"-'-""'T' , . A liI.MIiR KlNUlfRMANN lilcftiw Coursc. A. A., '29-"sig Boys' Cflulu, 'vi ' v ' ' '1 " " " l 5. 11 E r l l X. ,-fm: lillul' 'l'l1n'l1-ulyffl -I- L1 Cross Country. vlg lr.1ck, N . 'lil lily m.lJl fill 4f,.'lr11 iff Mm. ,U lull: 'ffm zlfll In null' ffl Jn! N111 Lui." DOROTHY XX". KLIZIN Stcnogrupliii' Cfoursc. A. A.. 'SIQ A Ci- Im-ll.1 Cflioir. 'Sl-'Big All-City Ciliorus, '5lg Cfliorus. '50-'BIQ Girls' Glcu Club. '5lg Dcutscllcr Vern-in, '29-'BKJL Girls' Club, '28- 'ZOL Monitor. 'Sl ll H1 ful au' lull Aw... Yfflflf infill rlmzrzlql will !l.lll.H ROY C.. KOFHN Suit-nyc Course. lintcrctl .is Sophomore from lhmoscvclt lr. H. S. A. A.. '29-'Slg Deut- snlicr VL-rein. 'Wg N.1tiou.1l Honor Society, 'Slg lrgulcrs' Group. 2123501 I.oc.1I Honor Club, 'Atl-'Sig Monitor. '5l. 'BJQ Otlirc Monitor, '31, 'Sl lI.1nJlll:i1.1lfli HI lvl u.1i. Klip fum wlzfllzlq ,ffl ffl. Jil," lil1T'l'Y KOLASA lflurtiw Course. lfntcrcil .is Sophomore from Rooscvclt tlr. H. S. A. A.. 'Stl-'Sly Girls' Club, 'Bog I.c.ulurs' Group. '5l. "Yun 1.121 .zlzmli yi! lltlll ffl uallu. lin! lil .xml null lm i.im."' liMlLY KOVAR Stcnogmpliig Coursc. A. A.. '29-'Slg A 41.1- lvclln Choir, '?m2g Girls' Gln-it Clulu, 'SIL Chorus, '50-'31, Spring Cfomurt. 'Sl-'521 Dcutsclicr Vcrcin. 'JUL Girls' Club. 'ZH-'SIL Utlicc Monitor. '51. Nw fwfti fill .nz .llfgtl .n1ll.n'li ou., full, lin! lun min 1.111 full IZ'!7.If ,Ill .vigil wil dw." HARVEY H. KUCHIQNRIYUTHIER Afcounting Course, A. A.. 'JU-'3lg Boys' flulw, '29f'5l. "Nfl fzmm' lfviulfi hu nj lwnii .lull will .' Ill- llwngfvli .fu Illfmzf lu 'will' lflrf' Tlw 'I'.:nI.fr u I in lli an 'J 7 iv ii '..f' I ' ,, ., mv." l-l-ull - , "w'I U31I.I1.iu"z.,.y II. MARY KATHERINE KULLMAN Stenographic Course. A. A., '29-'32, Chor- us, '30-'32, Writers' Club, '30-'31, Girls' Club, '29-'32, "Al1br1ugla Mary hui much u'1!. Sfze ii .iby in using it." DON KUTCHERA Mathematics Course, 3M years. A. A., '28- '32, Chemistry, '31-'32, Pres., '32, Deutscher Verein, '28-'29, Forensics, '31, Forum, '31- '32, Leaders' Group, '29, Monitor, "A", '51-'52, "He Lzkef lair work nu! 11.1 rl 1.1112 ,' A1 ffnfrzziifrry but quzle ti .IlJu'1'L.'i MAURICE LABOWITZ Science Course, A. A., '29-'32, Boys' Club, '29-'30, Forensics, '32, Science, Biol. Div., '50. "Here ii .1 ilern. ,lJrog1'ei.ii1'e lad.- Here ii tr frierld. uhrfi ftn' f1'0IIl bad." NATALIE LILLIAN LAMBERSKY Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'32, Chorus, '32, El Circulo Espanol, '31-'32, Girls' Club, '29-'32, All-City H. S. Orchestra, '31, All- City String and Harp Ensemble, '31, Orches- tra, '29-'52, "Slae'.i' modert and fair, U"i1b u .meeel pleuring air." GWEN L. LAMBRECHT Stenographic Course. A. A., '29-'32, Cadet, '31-'32, Chorus, '30-'32, Girls' Glee Club, '31-'32, Spring Festival, '31 , Deutscher Ver- ein, '30-'31, Girls' Club, '29-'52, Olhce Monitor, '31-'32. "Come on, boyr. itil' your lurn lo lrumpf Gwen Lurzzbrerlyi can wake your bid jump." MAX LANDAU Science Course, 3M years. Entered as Sopho- more from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29- '30g Basketball, "N", '29-'32, Forensics, '31-'32, Science, Biol. Div., '29-'30, Web- ster Society, '31-'32, "Since be wills all the girl! deer go, He might become a gigolaf' june, 1932 .- ff' 1 . f ,,,. f"1C in U . ,A -X I v . ' -lll"m ' ' l ' A l if " " " l'i'u'i,mrry . SYLVIA l.A PIDUS lfleetixe Course. lintereel as Sophomore from Proviso Township H. S. Chorus, 'JS-'Sig Girls' Ciluh, '51-'SL "fl 'Intl Jjlplltlllfflf .1 fffmlfft yn! 17111 11114 tru mfllrt fwu fur r'i.Jli' 1101 A'lHl."' EDXVIN LARSISN Science Course. A. A., '19-'511 Seiente, Biol. Div., '50, Philntelie, '29-'81, 'l're.1s., '30, Vice-Pres., '51, Sergt.-nt-Arms, '51, Vice-l7re5., 'Bl "HN lllllf lv .ill dum. lieffm Univ fi fztlwnlf' HENRY LARSON lileetive Course. lintereil .ts 'lunior from Su- perior Central H. S. Bnnrl, '50-'52, liootf hull, '51, Hi-Y, 'Bo-'51 3 Trunk. 'Sl lvl!! uf fun .wif wilrfni ffm. lI.1z1l'fl fmrlt .i liltmf ffi.1l'i film. A. ARLYNII I.AXY'Rl2NCfIi lXl.1tliein.1tic's Course. A. A.. '38-'33, lil Cir- eulo lfsprlnol, '52, 'lllttler Reporter, '52, Girls' Club, '28-'52, Trens. jr. Clula, '20, Viee-Pres. Sr. Cluh, '52, Otliee Monitor, '53, Senior Photo Comm., '51, Trittler, Atlvertis- ing Asst., '50-'Bl "Hu rfntlr .nt ifiii, fur i1ti..'it Hut. ,-lm! In fm frlurifi ifu 1- trim lint. LYLIZ lf. LIZASON Seienee Course, A. A., 'JS-'52, Boys' Ciluh, '39, '52, Cliulet, 'Sl-'52, I.e.ulers' Group, 'SOL Monitor, "A", '31-'S21 Senior I.it. Cfomm., 'Bl lfui l.1di lwm i,w!w.1i!ff rind. lin! lu' ii qfutf, lflffmli. .mul fu1i'J." DIACK l.lKQHNl2R Matlieimties Course. linleretl as Senior from South H. S., Youngstown. Ohio. l5.intl, '51, St.1ll' Sergt., 'Bl-'52, HifY, '51, cJI'L'llL'Sfl'.l, 'Sl-'Sli National Honor Society, 'Sl "SMH .wif illlzfl Ifnlfi irnuffnltd. 'Ili IIIJIL' lfvfi tjklfl ,J 111.1-tu ,'f1H1if." 4 If in 'I fu '1',i11i'ti vl M il l ur in .- , f I if ., i .llc ..lI.rw-f - -mim i. tllwllil .HU C Y I KENNETH LEDERMANN English Course. A. A., '28-'52, Boys' Club, '28-'29, Treas., '29, Cadet, '31, National Honor Society, '32, Local Honor Club, '28- '3lg Monitor, "A", '51-'32, Office Monitor, '31-'32, Philatelic, '29-'30, Science, Biol. Div., '29-'30, Treas., '30, Webster Society, '29-'51, Trens., '29-'30, Pres., '30-'31, "All rrruznzd life bill! of fame. llnifl be u'bi.rpw'r:u' Ibii gr.M".i 11.11110 ANN LEIBL Elective Course. A, A., '29-'52, Deutscher Verein, '29-'30, Girls' Club, '29-'32, "Quia, 11711. .md .ru reierred, Your p11f1111.1v'lI-1' is defe1'1'ed." MARYAN L. LEIDEL Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'52, A Ca- pella Choir, '31-'32, Spring Festival, '51, Spring Concert, '51, Chorus, '30, Girls' Club, '29-'5l. "NUI lured by mmf. fm! lured by all. Suu! ill.1v'v1,111 jnif nzriitfr lhem 'fi1Il'." ELIZABETH C. LEIS Science Course. A. A., '29-'32, Deutscher Verein, '291 Girls' Club, '28-'52, Leaders' Group, '29, Science, Biol. Div., '29. fir I laimz ,' She lm .1 vt'r'rt'l prliiirnlf' 'islhfl ffl ffn' ftllwl LEMBCKE THELMA BEATRICE Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, Girls' Club, '29-'51, Science, Biol. Div., 30. "A LIU. 11.11411 Merida. Of 11170111 rw .mf ull fond." FRED W. LEMKE, JR. Manual Arts Course. A. A., '28-'32, Sci- ence, Biol. Div., '29-'30, "Hii kirldljy bllll1UI' and tfllfvl zzuyr. Hare ,ermllp L'Il7'fff7L'd nm' high .rfbool day," june, 1932 1, P ,U nl r X Page Forty-one M. xl-QA 111111-11111 MURIIZI. LIZXVISCIK IN'latl1ein1xtit's Course. A. A., 283521 Swim- ming Team. '29-'Big Clit-inistry, 'BI-'52, Ser., 'SIL Spring Iiestixull Illnce, '51-'Sig Girls' Club, '28-'52. 'Ill'L'.lS., 'Slg Girl Re- serves. '20-323 Science, Biol. Div., '29-'5O. "Hu I'.l1'l'll f1.11r. fm' fnrouf wil. lI"1lfJ fm 1'r1111,f11'1.x'i1111 l1,1111111111:t." RIC ' LR1HTlfNBliRG .e. I "l.lAl1 ll .1 ful. ,md .iff H1111-gi ilwn' il: I flwlfyfrf in f!lIL'L', ffm' IIIIII I llllfll ff," IUSIZPHINIZ V. LINKIZ Stenograpliic Course. A. A., 'SU-'Sig A C1- pelI.1 Cllioir, '51-'EZQ Clliorus. '30, Spring Ifestixxil, 'Hg Girls' Club. '29-'Aly National Honor Society. 'BBQ I.or.1l Honor Society, 'Ng Monitor. 'Sl-'Big Tennis Club, 'SL Vice-Pres., 'Sl "j11l111g. ffljlbj. joyiflll jf1iif1f11111. A1 lfu' f11f.11l uf fm' il.1vi if1t'i li'ill.Ii'll it'1'11 ALICE R. LIPKIN Iinglisli Course. A. A.. 'JU-'Sig Chemistry, 'Sl-'SIL Deutscher Verein. 'Jw-'Slip Girls' Cflulu, '29-'5Z. Pres. jr. Clliilw, 'Brig Iiuitlers' Group. '50, "ll"1'1'e fur ijflll. 11r11' .md .1l1l. 1f1u1l flwntqb 31111 111.11 bi i111.1fl." AIACQK I.. LOOKATKH Iilective Course, 31,2 years, linteretl .ls Sopho- more from Roosevelt lr. H. S. A. A.. '29- 's1. isoys' ciiiib, 'zwakmg st-it-mt. moi. nav.. '30-'Sl "UI 1111111111115 .md 1f11111q fn 11 .'1'f1 img: AIJII1 fine Impbiu- 111 lmrm' lit 11'1.fl !il'fPlAU.H DOROTHY LOIZSC H M A NN Iflective Course. A. A., 'ZW-'Sig Girls' Club, '29-':1l. "Ar1111l11fr l1l11111Ie' 14115 mu of H111 .' 'Iil1w'e'i 111.1111 l1lr111du, hui 1111111' lflt ion." Tfu 'l'.1Il1f.'1' H 1 'il llliar 5, . ff I ii . , 1 ., , w' ' . y A ,J L-.:- i".-, G Q .- . 1 f--- 'wil I' " ii- g " u'W5iifY ' 5m"'i ' .L ""'4.nrn- ' ' HELEN LUBAN Elective Course. A. A., '32, A Capella Choir, '30, Chorus, '29, Girls' Club, '29- '32, Science, Biol. Div., '30, ',H6'1'E'.f 41 girl wilh lx laeurl and imile. That really make lbii life u'0rll1 while." LESLIE P. LUCAS, JR. English Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '30-'32, Cadet, '3l"32g Forensics, '32, Leaders' Group, '31 g Senior Play, Publicity Mgr., '32. "Tim modern youth .fo full of pep IJ alzwzyi laking the right Hep." HARRY LUEBTOW Elective Course. A. A., '28-'32, Boys' Club, '28-'32, Pres., '29, '31g Cadet, '30-'31, A Capella Choir, '29-'31, Cross Country, Mgr., '30, Hi-Y, '29-'32, Leaders' Group, Chairman, '31, Senior Class Play, '29, '31, '32, Senior Exec. Committee, '32, Writers' Club Play, '52, "Life ii iborl, .io make it .iu'e'et.' Life to me ir jzmt u Hear." FRED LUETHGE Aw, Science Course. A. A., '29-'32, Boys' Club, '29-'32, Cadet, '30-'32g Hi-Y, '32, Senior Class Play, '31 g Swimming, City-State Meet, .37 "He if bmzcliome and lull, Wfitb u .imile for all." N LORRAINE MA Dl Club, '28-'29, '31-'32. Elective Course. A. A., '2 , '3 "She liken' fuzz, and ,ilne likei 1K0 .r fmt am' much 111 olber folkif' LORRAINE ANN MAREK Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, El Circulo Espanol, '30-'31g Girls' Club, '29-'31, Girl Reserves, '31-'32, Library Monitor, '30-'31, Senior Class Play, '32, Tennis Club, '30-'32. "Her fblning blue eyer and winning Jmile Combine lo :Julie liar life u'o1'll9 while." june, 1932 Page Forty-lbree -uf," J .x'lfj"L" g,J.f-'d ' w, . I X 5 14,-1,-,-uf If 3 K .1 X' X . .k' I r I X. 1 ,- 1 A' 1' 7,,. 'CJ VV 1 5 J J X I .cl ., ,H r l '. glf'..f- ' .. "42ff .l 'lvtllwivief A -..i..i- iJoRoTHY M. MA'l'ClflUl.AT iii.-fuw ciomt. fx. A.. 'zo-iszg A cirr- pellgi Choir, '50-'SZQ Chorus, '50-'52, Girls Cluh, 'Eli W'ehster Society, WO. "l'filli.f Tf'i.u'i wifi full ffm' imii, Gul .m,11.i1a1leJ mn iiwuf ffl limi. . LlLl.lAN MAl.Q'l'Nl2R lfleetive Course. linteretl ns Sophomore from Wlest Division H. S. A. A.. '50-'52, Girls' Cluh, 30. "Hu fluziu-ffli fmt fldnfv Ulllifl fu fur ,igmii XWM. Al. MAYIER Accounting Course. A. A.. 'l'Jf'a2. .. ,, H ll f 71 f,fmiflt'ef7111.q pmHt1f.fi ,nm lffffuqfv. ll"1fli.mf ii Ifum zzzlfv flu milf." ROBERT XV, MtCANN Science Course, A. A., '29-'53, Boys' Cluh. '29-'523 Cross Country, '30-'51, ".ll,lr11 fmvii .11 fviqfv irfwwf ANI. Hn! fuzz' mnld run like Huff .llLf.i.IIlIl.4 SARA ANN MIZDOLSKY lfleetive Course. A. A., 'Bl-'323 A Capella Choir, 'Bl-'32, Chorus, '30-'32, Spring lies- tixul, '3lg Deutscher Verein, 'JU-'50, Girls' Cluh, 'ZH-'2'2. "lf ifu ifwnld fiml fflllllijt njmrlr Lfffllll Yfffffl min' up lm nun .1 fwiif1." HARLAND l. MIZTZ Elective Course. Entered its junior from Lin- eoln H. S, Boys' Club, '52. Hf'lfll'.Hl Zl'jHfll4Q.' fzuiw' lf7fVlll1.Q.' Ninn' zr'.1iIif1,Q.' .xlzixiii ll'HlflIl.!,H 'ff '11-ffflll YM 'I'.1llftr 11 'H 0 , f ' vi .- ,f 1' 1 x ,, 0. Jll"'. . i -- will . ROBERT R. METZELEELD Science Course. A. A., '29, '31-'32g Bovs' Club, '31-'32, Cadet, '31-'32, El Circulo Espanol, '29, "Cher-:'fl1l rim! free ii Bob: lY'illJ .1 cnlriin 1110211418 girl be fiber In lynfzrifibf' NORMA MEYER History Course. A. A., '28-'32, Band, '32, Deutscher Verein, '30-'31, Girls' Club, '28- '31g Monitor, '31, Science, Biol. Div., '3l-712. "Filled ruilfa Ullllj are Ilia .wguli friir. llwben IN'm'vm'i muiir filii the Jia." FLORENCE CECELIA MEZIK Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'32, Chorus, '32, EI Circulo Espanol, '29-'30, Girls' Bas- ketball, '29-'32, Capt, '32, Girl Reserves, '32, Senior Photo Comm., '32, Swimming Team, '29-'32. "1 0 ufuril and limes imine f P P , J .3 ' A lmppj life zrill vurelji be b6'1'.f." HARLEY F. MICKELSON Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, Boys' Club, '31-'32, Cadet, '32. "He Ima' rm lime In iporl army Ike bouri' 'All mul! be vrzrzleil in al izwrld like ami MILTON H, MILLER Science Course. A. A., '28-'32, Boys' Club, '28-'32, Leaders' Group, '29, Monitor, '31- '32, Philatelic, '30-'32, Sergt.-at-Arms, '31- 32g Science, Biol. Div., '31, Tennis Club, 710. "Look In jour lrmreli. my felinrl'-rmm.' I IIILMUI to t'U71tlIlK1'. if I Dill." SADIE MOSKOL English Course, 3 years. Forum, '29-'31, Girls' Club, '29-'31, Orchestra, '29-'32, All- City Orchestra Concert, '31, Spring Concerts, '29, 712. "A fiddler ul vmfe iiufll wwe d.i1 be. Arid bw' VIJIIIC' III ilu' bkrldfilltl we ilmll we." june. 1932 fr A x,, 1' lf-f IW! AQQCQIA kd l 4. A .4 - -1 1 v1 .. ,I- 1' y.:-1 ,Li .Lv JJ' ,ij , e ibm ,121 K5 15 Q v1 11 . 1 17 1" - . 11 lf' lll ,, ' fji11'i?S i'll" 'i"l' 1 I Q? HUM-l.1l,1'u1.b.,., 1 DOROTHY lf. li. MUlfl-l.,lfR lilective Course. A. A., '18-'5Zg Bancl, '29- '5l, Corporal, 'BL Sergt., '51-'52, Stutl' Sergt., '52, Deutscher Verein, '29-'50, Girls' Clulw, 'JH-'Big Leaclers' Group, '31 1 Orches- tri 'W 'V "1ll11'1111111 111 11111 111111 111111 11111711 111111111u 111117 1111.'1," Hl2I.liNl2 Ml.1lfl,I.l2R Stenogmplmic Course. A. A., '51-'Sig Cllior- us, Spring lfestiml, '51, Girls' Club, '28, '51, Girl Reserves, '50-'52, Vice-Pres., '31- SI. fl 11.1111 111 11.1 11.111 1-11111 .1 1111111 .11 1.111. CQ. liLVA MURPHY Sic-nogmpliic Course. linterecl .ls l:I'CSl1lD1l1l from Bay View H. S. A. A., 'So-'Big Chor- 1lS,SI1I'lfl21.Il:CSllV2ll, 'Sl g Girls' Club, '20-7123 Monitor, '52, 'ilf1I.1 11 .1 11111111 11.111111 5111 11.11 ,1 1111111 111,11 1111114u1 1111 1.11111. ARTHUR R, NlZI.I. 11lc-ctive Course. A. A., '29-'51, Boys' filulv, '39-'50, Hi-Y, '29-'52, Sec'y, '31, Vice- Pres., '53, 'l'11ttler Rep., '31-'32, Track, '29 "ll11 11111i1'1111,c1 11.1 '1111111111" ll"11111'd 111 111 .1-1111111111111'." CiAROl.lNlf H. NOTBOHINI linglisli Course. A. A,. '29-'521 Girls' Cllulu, '51-'Sig Leaclers' Group, 'SDL l.ilvr11ry Moni' tor, '52, Science, Biol. Div.. 'QOL Xveluster Society, 'Sl "'l'11 111 1151111111 111 111111 11.15. 1 111.11 11 1111' 111111 111111114u1111111 4.1111 1f.11." DOROTHY NOXVACQK lilective Course. lfnterecl .ts Sophomore from Buy View H. 5. A. A., '50-'5lg A ci.lPL'll.1 Cllxoir, '51-'521 Cliorus, 'HOL lfl Clirculo lfs- p.1nol, '51g Senior C1l.1ss lJl.1y, 'SL HS111111' 11.11 .1 111111111 1111 ZII11 111' .11111 111111111 111111 111111117 l'1c1' l'11111-111 T111 'llmjil K ljlgllil Z 'Hull 1 LL RUTH E. OELHAFEN Elective Course. Entered as Senior from Marinette H. S. Girls' Club, '32, National Honor Society, '32, Leaders' Group, '31, Office Monitor, '5l. "A prelly brunelie, with uuify lmir. The t1n.tu'er to a young :mink pmyxg' VICTOR I-I. PAAPE Elective Course. A. A., '29-'31, Boys' Club, '29-'32, Leaders' Group, '30, Philatelic, '29. "Oh, Virfr rather .thy uiilh lhe ltzdief, tn' yet, But lJe'll .toon get ozfer lbii, I'll bet." ERNA S. PAASCH Elective Course. Chorus, '30-'32, Spring Concert, '31, Deutscher Verein, '50, Girls' Club, '29, '32, Girl Reserves, '30-'51. "Ewa Jeemf a quiel lair, Till you hear Iyer out of fluff." REEVE PACKER Stenographic Course. A. A., '31-'52, Basket- ball, '30, Cadet, '30, Deutscher Verein, '29- ,31g Girls' Club, '29-'32, Leaders' Grit? "Two eyex m ,raft .md brazen, Noticed ull u'l'0lH1d llae town." LA VERNE IRENE PAPE Elective Course. A. A., '28-'32, A Capella Choir, '32, Chorus, '30-'32, Girls' Club, '28-'32, Girl Reserves, '52, Senior Photo Committee, '32, "La Verne Pape ii' 4 lovely lure, Fur ber .iuwelrleii tube! ruled lin! flair." MARIE W. PASCHKE Stenographic Course. A. A., '28-'32, A Ca- pella Choir, '31-'32, Chorus, '31-'32, Spring Festival, '31-'32, Girls' Glee Club, '30-'31, Swimming, '29, Tattler, Advertising Assist- ant, '31-'32, Deutscher Verein, '28, Office Monitor, '31-'52, Girls' Club, '28, '50-'32, Girl Reserves, '32, "A will. 41 umzjy, 21 ,imile for you: Slaefi different! Yea, u'e knau' it'r true." june, 1932 +ve ,, nf' I ' P51456 Fmlj-,ir1'w1 l A J , l ,M 1' 9110 M42 Puff Malls! W , liiyt' l:fn'li-17413111 U'if vIUNl2 l.. PATTITN Stienee Course. A. A., 'ZS-'50, Kutlet, 'Sl- '52g Clliemistry. '51-'52, Reporter, 'Bl-'51, Pres., 'Stg Girls' Club, '29-'52, Reporter, '52, Rec, Secretary, '321 l.e.ulei's' Group, '50-'51 1 Local Honor Club, '51 3 Math Cllulw, '51, Monitor, '31-'Hg Monitor, Off., '51"5lg National Honor Soeiety, '32, Or' eliestm, 'SO-'52, Stutlent Council, '51-'53, Pres.: 'l4.ittler, '51-'12, Reporter, XVriters' Cilulw, '5l. l:.nlfv 11.11 Ilwffllllg iff fwzi mutt 1 I7 i1'ff.111 fur ifnirfnf 1m','lt l1f'1t7l 1.11111 nl11jf,1lJ," Hll.DlQGARlDli PAYKIQI. lileetiX'e Course. linteretl .is Senior from Slielvoygun H. S. lil Ciireulo lfsixinol, 'SL Ullzzgfff .mil mflffizlg .11 Mft vm. flfllilll will M1 .LMT :ffm ilffmf' Mll.DRl2l3 I., PlfRlllfR Stenogralwliit Clourse. A. A.. 'JU-'SIL Deut- stller Vert-in, '19-'51 . Girls' f luln, '20, H11 1111 ,xml l.11t .111 l,1l1 ..11.ft1u.f. Hn! f'tl.f1 ffm' ffmifliil ffnlf f'1f'vfl.l," EDGAR PLISCQHKIQ Motlern l..lllKLfLI.liQL' Cfourse. linteretl .is Senior from C ontortlia College tlliglm Snliool De-pt,j, River lforest. lll, riff fmllffi rm Jrfnlfl full fell "gi ifffit 1i1,'f'v lovin .wif ifltflgfl f 1 l:l'.MlfR Pl.lSC Hlilf Seiente K ourse, llnteretl .is Senior from l.u' tliemn H. S. A. A., '51-'SIL lforensies, 'SIL Senior CQl.iss Play, '51, '52, Senior Plioto Comm., '51, Cllillfllllllll 'l'.1ttler, '51, Pho- IO2Q1'.l.IWllL'l'Q Write'rs' Club, '31-'Sl "litffu1 fu Jftt, 1'ft'1 init In 1ftu1.u11f xl 1.lwu.1 fit ,fu'.ii't1f H1 fm illufff fi.1mf." RALPH G. PONIK Scienee Course. A. A.. 'lt-4-'52, Boys' C,lulw. '31-'52, Science, Biol. Div., 'Qs-'Jw "nl mudwfl wnflv. .1 ummm: fum Slfdll n'jm'w fum- mmf in l.1l1i. ,. ,. , 11:1 1.11111-1 HELEN LOUISE PUBANZ Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, El Circulo Espanol, '29-'30, Girls' Club, '30, "Blue eyw and blond buff Sfmizld be bundled zriffa cure RAYMOND RATI-IKE Elective Course. A. A., '28-'32, Boys' Club, '28-'30, Cadet, '32, Cheerleader, '31-'32, Gym Team, '29-'3l. "The old raging grief, 'uwrlz before ,I1l.1f. B111 Zhu! ii' rzeiw' Ike mic uilb limi." OTTO E. RAUCHSCHWALBE Scienc Course, 3b years. A. A., '29-'31, Boys' Club, '29, Dramatic Club, '29-'32, Pres., '32, Leaders' Group, '30, Science, Biol. Div., '30, Senior Play, '29. "He zzmlfey lbe fmler 'nz Hefr Hug of the jazz." FLORENCE LORRAYNE REICHELT Stenograpliic Course. A. A., '29-'32, Girls' Basketball, '28-'29, A Capella Choir, '31, Spring Festival, '31, All-City H. S. Chorus, '31, Chorus, '30, Deutscher Verein, '28-'291 Girls' Club, '29-'32, Leaders' Group, '31, Talttler Advertising Stall, '31-'32, Oliice Monitor, '31-'32. ,0 "Tim .f ylii ill r rn - , lx'eL'j1.i the Mn Ill!!! u'bn'l." We ' .. W ' RIYIW lfg- ' Elective Course. A. A., '29-'3 5 Boys' Club, '30-'32, Chorus, '32. "Hue ii .1 feffuzz' mffwf Reid: llnfm ii. tru iuuzr. .1 friend. irzrleefdf' WILBUR G. REUTER Science Course. A. A., '29-'32, Boys' Club, '30-'31, Chemistry, '31, Deutscher Verein, 30. "A I't'7'3 vmdeiz bog iv be. And jnif in nice in be mn be." june, 1932 -e-N IJ -um I If N NJ! I. 1 X -. .l J A fx' L- N1 Affwl+ll1 N. J .3 21' 11.11" ' ' f pp. 'x 1 A1 lily lfljfw Rl.l'l4H lfVlIl.YN Rlf li lllcctiw Course. lfrm-rg-ll .ls Sp-mor from .I.1m-millu ll. S A. A.. 'H1. "xl 111,111y11 111 1111.11 .'l1x.f .1 11 !'J111.f 111 1 1 Al.l5liR'l' RllDl.lfY lflcctiu- Courw, A. A.. D11 Boys Klulw, '5lg 'l'.1ttlcr, 'lv-'S.Z. "l11.f11.l. lfw flfffl .1 1 1111111 l111111f.' 'l'11 ifw-1 111 1111.1 1 1'11 1 1 If 1'111.f." lil.Sllf C. RUlilNl2'l"l'lf lfnglislm Coursc. Sl , years. A. A., '20-'SJQ lhml, 'SU-'51, S051-r'1tl1 A1mu.xl Concert: Forum. 50- ul 1 Cnrla Clulw, JJ, nl. "Ill:-1'f,111'1 1111111 15.11 111,11 1111 fm 111.1115 .NIJ 111.1111 -f111111f. .'l111f w 711.11 11 111111111111 .1ll11 fwlgfv 111111111' 11.111 lfmff nuff' l.lfS'l'lfR Cl. RUl1b5l.l1R lfluctixc f,ULll'SL'. A. A., 31351. 111111 ,111 1111 11111.11 1111111 11111 .xfmw Ill- nl 111 .WJ -1111,'11l1 II 11 1111 .lOHN A. ROVIAHN lilcctivc Cfoursc. lintcrul .ls Sophomore from Boys' 'llL'L'llI11C.ll H. S. A. A., 'JU-'Big Boys' Cllulwflfig lfl Cirrulo lfslmnol. '513 Scicmr, Biol, Div., 29. "-111011 11 111111111 'fu mf. 1,,,, ,' '1111111J. H13 1111ff111. ff111.ff11111'l 11111111 H lfDl'l'H lfl,l.A SAMP lllcctivc Coursu. A. A., 285511 llwtscln-r Vcruin, 'Ng lil Cmulo Espanol. '61-'11, Girls' mulu, 'lv-'Sig Girl Rusurvcs, '51-'Big Otlicc Monitor, '51-'53g 'l'.1ttlur, '51-'BL "fin fafd-f.11l11111.uJ 111.111f111 l.1l7. ll"1lf1 .1 1'f1.1r.11111 lf1.1I'1 1'.1r'1'." 'ffm 'lllllfn u I 1111 ."l"l1, ar ' ff li ., p il ., l'f 'llH.f..m... ' A1 Jdxwxm' 'll-lr 1 LE ROY E. SCHAEFER Mathematics Course. A. A., '28-'29, Boys' Club, '28-'52, Cross Country, '31, Forum, '32, Orchestra, '28-'31. "1xlIH1fd11J' inclined if he, A fdllllllll mzzririurz be 11111 be." FRED SCHATTSCHNEIDER Science Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '30-'51, Cadet, '32, Philatelic, '30-'32, X . , -1 0' "A bug who ll ffdd-1' and 11n.x'm111 I11 go: H11 11.111112 1.1 qu11e 6'I'ld6'l1ffll .1 F1 113, 154 1 inf111'." FRANK P. SCHLUGA Science Course. A. A., '29-'52g Gym Team, '51-'32, Boys' Club, '29-'30, Leaders' Group, '31-'32, Science, Biol. Div., '30-'SIL Senior Class Play, '32. "A lillle nmnerzve 1111z1' and 117671 If reliilaea' by llae zriieil 7l1Lf71." ARMIN F. SCHMIDT Elective Course. Entered as Senior from Shorewood H. S. Band, '29-'32, Orchestra, '31-'32, "HA ZVIIVL 111 171111 11 1211171 f1111jy.' Tb.1I'.i z1'b3 be imllw lb11111gb011t l1Je day" BERNICE JANE SCHMIDT Stenogrnphic Course. A. A., '29-'32, A C11- pella Choir, '51-'32, Chorus, '50-'51, Girls Club, '29-'50, Girl Reserves, '32, Monitor, '32, Orchestra, 193303 Girls' Glee Club, '51, Spring Festival, '29-'31 gTz1ttler, '31-'32. "She ll 11111 1111.111 111 1154. 15111 11111 i11111u 11 1111s 111 prize," EDXVARD CARL SCHMIDT Science Course. A. A., '29-'52, Boys' Club, '29, Swimming Team, '31-'32, Hi-Y, '50- '3lg Science, Biol. Div., '30, Tattler, Locals Editor, 'Bl-'32. , A 111151-like G.161e." "A i11'H1illlL'l' 111 .11i1e J I ' ' X 'H 33 5 Q III I1 n S In j1mg,19-32 Q I 121 1113 1111 O r 'x L Q , 54 'r " ' 1' iii-.f...1., .f1-' ,, , A If 1 ' .1 il , X lil - 1 'l mis! all fir Ill1'1'I11 HCNUARD A, SClHlX1llYl' lllcctivu Cloursc. A. A.. '29-'Hg Boys' Cllub '19-'SIL l:OOflDglll, '19-'jill Hi-Y 'Hs-'sim 1, , .- Y 111 1011111 ,mil lug. fu 11,.1i ffi .1 ifnff, lin! .111 l1111,'f1.1ll,Q.111zi1 fu 11111111 X111 Muff." VICDHANNA A. SClllMlD'l' SlL'Il0lSjl'LllWlllC' Cfoursc. linti-ful .is Sopliomori lrom Roosevelt Vlr. H. S, A. A.. 'Sl-'BL A CI.1pcTl.l Cflloir, '31, Ciirlm' Cilcc Cllulv, '32 Cfliorus, 'SO-'52, Swrmv lfcstixxll, '51, '32 l S- DL-utsnlicr Vcruin, 'SI 3 Ciirls' Cilulw, 'JL '51, l.ilwr.1ry Monitor, 'EI-'53, ".'l infix. f1,1+!'1ll1il l.111. f fll11,1i- f111II1.11iil 111 7'LllfL 111 il,111. MARTHA SCHNAISIQI. lflutiw- Coursv. A. A.. 'JH-'Slg IDC-utsclicr VC-ruin. 'SU-'Sli Ciirls' Clulw. 'JS-'iI. "I",lll. f1.1,'1,'11 .mul ifnffi gin, 'l',1.'l1111 .11111'1w1 vfu f1.'.1'i," .C .IOIZ SCHNIIIDIERMAN lilcctiu- Cfoursu. lintfml .is Sopliomorc from Roosrwll ilr. H. S. A. A.. 'SKI-'Hg Hoya' Clulw 'W .l flrlili f11'11f,1, ..'11.f .1 .r1i.1f 1 11111l1. 1 .'l11.f 111.9 ,111.f llfl 1'1,'1 111111 .fm f ' " ClARl.TOlX SCHCJIZ Slip-img Cioursu, A. A., '39-'Sig Swimming 'l'C'.llll, '51-'Sl "IIA f1,111J111f1.i 1 1.111 f-1, 511 1.111 .1 111 111: ilfllili im, IQRNA lf. SCQHCJSTACQ SIC-ilograpliic Cfoursc. A. A., 'JH-'Sig Deut- snlicr Vurcin, '18-'51, Ciirlx' Cluln, 'ZS-'52, SC-Hy, 'ZU1 Ciirls' lhm-rws, 'Srl-'31, Scc"V. '52, Ulllu' Monitor, 'Sl-'51, "lf111.1'1 115. 11.11m 11" .1 1f'1.111111 11i,11if. ll"1'11,i1 ,1ilri.1i1 14.1111 111 KQII Ili .11J." 'l'f1i 'lflllfii v -wry, M, ',l 9 . . ii l .- l I s W .lll ,, lil", ' " .. xknWS'U'l!.lwlll-I " ' l A ' 11 -1' N in HERMA M. SCHUETTLER Stenographic Course. A. A., '28-'32, A Capella Choir, '31-'32, Chorus, '51-'32g Girls' Club, '29-'32, Monitor, '31-'32. "He1'nm ii cl gmduulilzg SL"fIflH'.' EI'L'7'QblMlj lorei ber anre rbe-1"1'e mfrz fur." RUBIN SCHUSTER Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. Boys' Club, 710, Cadet, '32, "Au omfor aria' ,1 ,l'fdfElN1tl7l be will be. If you dwfl belieie il. jniz uzlit ,md we." HERBERT A. SCHWANTES Science Course. A. A., '29-'32, Boys' Club, '29-l32. "Herb, ii qnile in 41 rltzil of fyii nun U"br1 ww beard lvim gmrrl or grninz? IDA HARRIET SHAPIRO Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'31, El Cir- culo Espanol, '29, Girls' Club, '29-'31, Sci- ence, Biol. Div., '29-'Z-0. "Deep A101171 zrilbirz lboie friendly ejel A .ilure of bizlderl I1'C'rllIl1'6' liar." MEYER SHAPIRO Science Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'32, Boys' Club, '29-'30, Science, Biol. Div., '29-'30, "A mlm with frienfi. A miuz ielm ier1,v," EDITH T. SHTURM Elective Course, 315 years. Entered as Sopho- more from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '30, '52, Girls' Club, '30, '32. "Some me quiet, .rome are noi: Edith if-of the former 10l." june, 1932 lI1lil'2i'f- 4 Gif 'Ti E f t Page Ffflj'-If77'c'c' u I V ,Y "' 'ui.p1'f" 'l.llLl-lil li IIlll1ll lU.t.la,1uig.,.f ' .. i'--, , .' AUDRliY A, SIIZHR Elective Course. A. A., '29-'52, Chemistry, '50, A Capella Choir, '52, Chorus, '51, Girls' Club, '29-'52, Girl Reserves, '31 '321 Leaders' Group, '50, Otliee Monitor, '52, Senior Class Play, Property Manager, '32, Tennis, '30. "'I'.1lf .md Jim .ind ful! uf Illll, Lulu! fu JH. Ifnl mmf 111 'lIlm'." l.l2O SIGUNICQK Miltliemiities Course. lfnteretl its junior from Riverside H. S. A. A., '30-'32, Boys' Club, 'Bl-'52, Science. Biol. Div., 'JH-'30. "fluffy fmt .lmfff iifllll. 1.1m ,NIJ -Hifi. Ill .lt.1Ji .1 fmt .ir1Jifittr!1fI!1fi." MORRIS A. Sll.l5l5RlNlAN lileetive Course. A. A., 'JU-'Sli Boys' Club. '29-'50, lfootbiill, '50, 'Blg Science, Biol. Uiv., '19, "Hu Hlllyflf lu fllldl .i iifuululq 4q.m1i. xlmf 147111 .1 zmlflt, zimlfii u.i1ut." RUSIQ Sll.l5liRMAN Stenogmpliit' Course. lfnteretl as Sopliomore from Roosevelt Ir. H. S. A. A., '29, 'SUQ 7 7 7 Girls' C ltilw. 'JI-IS... Otlite Monitor, 'SG Sfit ff limi ,fmifirfi liitmf Tw fur llllifllt V lf"iti.F xiii tml." MAX M. SLA VSKY Seiente C ourst. linttreil .is Soplioinore from Roosevelt lr. H. S. A. A., 'Sl-'SQL lforum. '30-'Bl 3 Srieme, lliol. Dix., '."J-WO. "Sf, 4 Xlm1f.1.' iff it 1.11. i. . X llt'1'f i,'uw.f iw ,','if,t ffffriwiflq " -IACQK .IULIIIS 5l.AMlfR lfleetive Course. llnteretl .ls Solvlioniore from 'l'eclinicitl H. S. A. A.. 'JU-'50, Boys' Cilulu, '20-'SIL Chemistry, '82, lennis I lulv, 'Sl " "lf Mllill ff! f'i,'ff.' .1 ff' 111 f't'.'!' fir . "lf f'.'l.lH.' ff. it "l ii fl.'l11'1 it H lily. lffflirfffm 'l fn '1'.,,,fL, iv 5 vi . a , 2 yr . F .,i- lifmf' llll' 'ffm . 1 i .A . 1 -ali -uv! UL! . ' ff 'l' l31Iu,iuu..-W' HILDA PAULINA SLESAK Elective Course. Enterecl as Alunior from Girls' Technical H. S. A. A., '31, El Cir- culo Espanol, '31-'32, Girls' Club, '31f32. "She 7I6'l'e1' u'iIf7 LIIIPUTILUTI 1IiV1 In mr11'er.i41ziw1 rf1'w'be.11'.i." LEE F. SMITH Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, Cadet, '31- '32, Scenery Mgr., '29-'30, Stage Crew. '29-'30, "A life wire lad ii nur Lee: fmt uulfb him, il'.1 fairy lo we." RUTH L. SONNENBURG Science Course. A. A., '28-'32, Band, '29- '32, Corporal, '30, Sergt., '31, Stuff Sergt., '32, Chemistry, '30-'31, A Capella Choir, '30-'31, Chorus, '30-'31, Girls' Club, '28- '32, Pres. jr. Girls' Club, '29, Girl Reserves, '32, Leaders' Group, '32, Orchestra, '28- 32, All-Citv High School Orch., '31, North Central High School Orch., Des Moines, '31 , Science Club, Biol. Div., '29-'30. "Sz1'eeI and lorely. pretty fir mn be, One in 21 tfaoumrld af friendly ai ibef' RGSE SPECKTER Elective Course, 3 years. A. A., '29-'30, A Capella Choir, '29-'31, Chorus, '29-'31, City H. S. Chorus, '31, Spring Concert, '30-'31, Science Club, Biol. Div., '30. "Rare ii hold. Rare ii bmre: Row likei fun. for 1176.1 ii kmzre CHARLES C. STAADT Science Course. A. A., '29-'32, Leaders' Group, '31, Philatelic, '30-'32, SeC'y, '30, Treas., '31, Pres., '32, Swimming Team, '31-'52. "Ez'e1jiane'i friend ue me fold. W'lJa'.i' uwrtb lyir ireigbl in gold." SEYMOUR STEIN Elective Course, 316 years. Entered as Senior from Crane Technical H. S. "To be in great ax mme jolkr are, l'll hilrb my wagon to u nur." june. 1932 - 'Q ff 1 1 1 K L f I 1 I III "I"- f:f- 2' .V "h'i'111um,-r- - 3' .xl 2, I I I I XI I J I I KIZNNIITII I STI-fI'XIIS Iflcffixu Cloursc, Sl , yy-Ars. Intpn I Is lux from RIlII'IL'II1I'IlIL'l',- NVE. lim 5 'Sig C1114-mistry, '30, "llrrI'1 ffm ff! ffm I.".fr-ff ff 11 ' II' I ..',fm11 In .nr Ifffm .fm 1 I I 1 ll ALVIN N. S'I4IfIINRAI3 SUI-Inu Cnursr-, 5 yu.1rs. A A wil w Iioyf CIIIIIH, ISCIQ SLIL'I'ICIL'. IIDIO IX I zu-f 1rIf,fI.1lfI 1. r I I 5uflffl1IIf H11 I CII I I . fm HENRY XV. STIIIC I IQIC-Itiw Course, A. A., '18 w 'Iff,1f7f7I, I.mI'fII. Ilffn' M I 1 I I L,AII1.zI ,f1IfIzI.C,,I1 3 I MII ION 5'I'Rl'I3II fXI.mu.1I Arts Cioursu. SIICIIIC 0 IX WI. "Q.'ml .xml II mzhl' .fr fu .Sfffur M11 .1 rzI..',' mm fy If I RUTH LCIIIISIT ' Iilutiw c,OLlI'5L'. A. A., 'SI 1 IDLIIISLIIL X LI cm. 'Sli III C irnm I:sp.1noI W wI Cnr x I CIuIv al? W W "ll.fff,'f1, !m11.l'.".: .1111 gm W I" I fy 1 f I 1 1 II . 'I I 'L JV. Ir. ff ANNIfI.I.A NI. 'I'CIl I I I R M.1tI1cm.1tIcs Cuursu. A. A.. xl w C um istry, 'ill-'SIL A C,.1VC-II.1 CI1 Cu sclrur YUUI1, 'lv-'SOL Cnrls flr N.1lIIm.1I Honor borin-ty, ILII L1 Groulm 'JU-'Wg I.uC.1I Ho OI U NI.1tI1u111.1t1csCllulv, 'SI-'51, Pru X I II tor, 'BI-'SIL Circluutrl H w 'XII Clity Harp Iimurnlnh-, '50, AII C rtx Clnlmu '31, 'I'.1IIIcr RL'IUI'IL'f. sl v' Sunni QIIII I . In-ltr, 'SI-'SQL CIIIILC' AICIIIIIU I - I Mu I wfJf'.rf.f.1 I 1 lI"1!'f ffm 11 mfr l'..QuI l'.'IfI-'IX If I ff, ICJIISI V11 Q u l Ill 0 I 'Q 1 ' lv . w . --.f - . rl .fgfz :IOM .l 'F-ww illl ss LU 4.flKU..l ROBERT HENRY TREFZ Science Course. A. A., '30-'32, Boys' Club '31 , Cross Country, '31, Dramatic Club, '29- '30, Forum, '29-'31, 1 "To life and le.n'zz li bil L'0VIl't'1'7l.U GLENDORA VAN HEUVAL Stenographic Course. Art Club, '51-'32, A A., '28-'32, Chorus, '30-'31, Deutscher Ver' ein, '28-'29, Girls' Club, '28-'32, "TIM afrlrk-haired .inzilirzg Lili. Hlrv dimpler, the 61115 nf ber c'f.1.i.l." HAROLD W. VIZDDER Manual Arts Course. A. A., '29-'32, Boys Club, '29-'31, Sergt.-at-Arms, '29. "In 'Speech' be afu .1714 fmi ffm flour: He mfii and ltlfkl and Lllii' umm mole CLIFFORD H. VINDICK Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, Boys' Club '31-'52, Cross Country, '31, Gym Team '51 '37 "Thou-gli -wir :amy ie.m'b for wifei lwluzrl. A lrntr friwzd :nm mfw' Gu fmn1d.' MARGARET N. VOFLKER Stenogrnphic Course. A. A., '31, Chorus, '31-'52, Deutscher Verein, '50, Girls' Club, 31. "Circ me L1 lypez4'ri1w'. .md wif!! mmz LL Hun' racy flletzied ffm! I uv!! be." LOUISE E. VOLKMANN Stenogmphic Course. A. A., '29-'32, A Capella Choir, '31-'52, All-City H. S. Chor- us, '31, Girls' Glee Club, '29-'32, Spring Concert, '31-'32, Library Monitor, '30-'32, Othce Monitor, '32, Senior Class Play, '52, Deutscher Verein, '29, Girls' Club, '29-'32, "Tim rl1,u'mmg hm ii .aluuyr gay. llnbelber il be in 14-uri m'plt1y," june, 1932 6 rlf 1 ' - .. ':IlI1.f" llllrrun' . ' . :Y 'il l' 5 f if i 'ul . 'llIliIJ".2uZ-.1 7 ' -"" ALM-1. 'l'lfRl2SSA R. XY'ASHlNG'l'ON lflective Course. lfnteretl as Sophomore from Roosevelt Llr. H. S. A, A.. '50-'51, "1-ll11.z1v zmrvi. mu: ,clum- .ll.lftfv .1 IHIAQXM' .MJ cluilflli' lflHll." 1 l ANN C. XVATT M lflective Course, 512 years. linteretl its Sopho- more from Roosevelt -lr. H. S. Girls' Club, 30 '57 Hi, ,,,... i5 4: "' "ll"lnl1 you frm! .il 1111- 1l'1 111.1121 fu 4 lltxzlllqi. .Il will .11 Ahlflll. fall ilu." ISSTHER C. XVlfCKMUl2I.l.liR cience Course. A. A., '29, '51, Deutscher Verein, '29, Girls' Club, '28-'52, Vice-Pres. jr. Club, '29, Leuclers' Group, '39-'50, Lo- cal Honor Club, '29, Monitor, 'Sli '52, Office Monitor, 'SIL All-City H, S. Orchestra, '31, Orchestra, 'lv-'53, Senior Lit. Comm., '52, Tiittler Reporter, '51. S "fl luud 10 zclie 'll4.llf7 yllmlllrllq lun. xi lfiilmillifnl lb.1l NLILI' lmlu-1 ..' in IZLLISON l.. XY"lflilll. Mritliematics Course. A. A., '38-'19, Foot- ball, '29-'51, Lerulers' Group, 'BUQ lNlOr1lt0r', "A", 'Bl-'51, "Sirloin, illnlmlli, Aqrpnt. .md llllc. xlfiz'.:Vi.i for ilu iafillt .mil fllm. ' XVALTIZR G. Wllilflil. lWLlfl1L'I11LlflL'S Course. A. A., '29, Athletic Council, 'BOQ Basketbrill, '51, Boys' Club, '18-'29, Circlet, 'SOL lfootb.ill, '29-'31, Cupt., '30, H1-Y, '50, l.e.1clers' Group, '30, Senior Ring untl Pin Comm., '31, Chairman, 'l'r.1ck, '39-'51. ''l.e.1Je:'--.llbltlr- 14 mln' fm r1.l All Rumi! lmlti nl ffm' tif, 1,171 ml," KATHIZRINI2 XV1ilSl.lNG tenogmphic Course. Chorus, '50-'51, bring Concert, 'Eli Deutscher Verein, '28- '301 Girls' Club, 'ISL Girl Reserves, '31. "CfnI1c'l111t1nllv, lille. .mil uric. A ,gill wi: lull' .llu.111 julgt l'.1,Q1' lflfli-:lylvl T114 Yllllfer l -JU II 9 ' mir ANGELINE M. WEISSENBORN Accounting Course. A. A., '31, Girls' Club, '29, Office Monitor, '32. "She .flH'l:'lj' if of Ihe nicer wrt. Alu-'ayr ready for any sport." MARGARET E. WEISSENBORN Stenographic Course. A Capella Choir, '31- '32g Chorus, '29-'30, Girls' Glee Club, '31- '32, Spring Festival, '31-'32, Deutscher Ver- ein, '30, Girls' Club, '28, '31, '32, Ofhce Monitor, '31, Girls' Swimming Team, '29- '32, "A girl uilb briglff. blue ebief, Thur compare in bw :villa fbe .iLie,i." SARAH R. WEITZMAN Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr, H. S. A. A., '29, Band, '29- '31, Girls' Club, '30-'31, Girls' Swimming Team, '31, Spring Festival, '31, Orchestra, '29-'31. "Pepp9, lmppy-,go-lucky. and frank: Aluuyr ready lo play 1777116 prank." VIRGINIA D. XVIEDENHOEFT Elective Course, 3M years. A. A., '29-'32, A Capella Choir, '30-'32, Art Club, '32, Chorus, '30-'32, Girls' Club, '29, '32, Ten- nis Club, '30, Writers' Club, '50-'31. "Happy and guy u'loere'ef .she gow: Gmfeful and uiefnl in all .the dow." RUTH C. WIENER Stenographic Course. A. A., '28-'32, Cadet, '32, A Capella Choir, '30-'32, Spring Fes- tival, '31 Q All-City High School Chorus, '31 3 Chorus, '28-'29, Deutscher Verein, '28-'30, Girls' Club, '28, '30, '32, Monitor, '28-'30, Tattler, Advertising Staff, Asst., '31-'32, Of- fice Monitor, '31-'32. "Of all lbe cheery girli' on erlrlfrv. Sher the one nmif full nf mink." LENORE ELSA WILDE Elective Course. Girls' Club, '30-'32, Lead- ers' Group, '31, Science, Biol. Div,, '32g Webster Society, '32. "A 1.l'07IdF!'fll1 l'i0!jIIf.1f no! formal t'1'6'l'j'1l'lJ61'L'1 For charm and lizlenl like lvwxv are riffs." R T, i. yu, !' I.. I 1uy1g,1932 P c 111711 e v 9 . .. . ' Ga ' M n. . V Q' X. Jill 1 l'.1.Ui' 5 I. BONITA D. WIRTH lflective Course. A. A., '28-'521 Girls' Bils- lietbiill, 'ZQQ Girls' Club, '18-'501 Science, Biol. Div., '50-'51g Swiinining, '29-'5l. 111 1l.1111'u, 111 d.1111'1, f1i1'f2.1It11 111 img. 111 fm' 5111111.14 1111 ll7.Il'l 1f11' 111.1111 ll1111Kq." FRANK XV. W"Ol.D'l' lflective Course. "l51f111f.11f1 lfiu 1.x'1i1'1111. 1'1111Aqf1 .1111l 111111. 'I11111 f11.1Ii .1 1'11,111 11l Ifiu 11111111 4q11l1f." GRACIIZ I.. W'Ol.lfSOHN History Course. A. A., 283521 liantl, '50- 'Slg Clieinistry Club, '50-'31, Girls' Club, '28-'52, LCLlklCI'S'Cil'OL1P, '39, Orcliestrii, '51- '5Z, National High Suhool Orcliestrn, '323 Senior Lit, Comm., Clliiiirmnn, 'SIL XVelwster Society, '50-'32. "Slim 111' lflllll ,111.f 1.111 11-K !'.11i. li 11111' 1f1,111111l1y b.11f7Iil. 61.111, jANlf YOUNG Elective Course. A. A., '29-'31, Deutselier Verein, '29-'52, Girls' Cilulw, 'SO-'SIL Sci- ence, Biol. Div., '31-',53. "S1'11"i of 11111 iz11i'1' .111J f11i111.q limi. Tl1.11 .1f11'.1i1 ll 111 11.1111 111 11111!." ALEX ZAIDIUS Mathematics Course. lintereil .is Sophomore from Roosevelt jr, H. S. A. A,, '20-'5lg Boys' Club, '50-7111 Cfiulet, 'SOL Scienee, Biol. Div., '29"30. "I1'i g1'.11f11.11i1111 11.11 ,11 1.1115 Tlui .wrliur 111111 f111.Q1l1 1'i1i f1.l1l." MAMIE GRACE ZAPOTOCQNY Elective Course. A. A., '28-'SZQ lil Cfireulo Espanol, '30-'Sli Girls' Cflulw, 'so-WJ. "farm H,H'll1fl'i l1.1i1'1'1111f1f 111111 1'11111fi.114. lf'11fi life ,wld 111.11 1111 111 .Xl,11111i 1 f1.111." .. , X11 1111 1.111111 f X. se, ?:-fif .? 1-3,- H I' ' ' -e . ' f ' ' I . X , U. I .f 2711: I 9 Jun,ivL Y M '- V -'Mi x"I1.f'J' lllf lfll , ' a ff , Iwl' l.li,iiuim.,.y w" ilauii.. I VIRGINIA F. ZARDER Science Course. A. A., '29-'32, Cadet, '32: Chorus, '30, Girls' Club, '29-'31, Girls' Re- serve, '31-'32, Treas., '32, Leaders' Group, '30, Science, Biol. Div., '30, Mathematics Club, '31-'32, Sec'y, '32, Asst. Librarian, '30-'31, "She likei 1'en'e41ti0n, yet ezzjoyi' her rmrii. And rei'pon,ribility .ibe will l1t"t.'7'.llJfl'k." jULIA ZINNER Stenographic Course. A. A., '51-'32, Girls' Club, '29-'?a2. "She ii' of the quie! kind. And quiet girli are had In fini." MAX ZITZER English Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'31, Boys' Club, '3033l, Chemistry, '30g Forum, '31- '32, Treas., '32, , limi.- ,"x1'g ,x xv ,pc i dl "Hv'i uvrked hard for .ill llveie 166171. S0 'mu' be need fJ.11'e rm fe.1ri." 5 if .M 25 WESLEY HENRY FABRY English Course. Entered as Sophomore from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'51, Bovs' Club, '29-'31g Forum, '30-'31 , Science, Phys. Div., '31, Treas., '31. ' "In nm' fltzii if a 1701, We,sIe3'i bii mime, H1i iI.1-1' JIIIUIIX ur bar brought him muff? f me." EUGENE 1fR1Tz W!! Science Course. "Il"bo knouxr belief Ibe age Ulu' rule. Tim! :be ber! of Ibingi' are 7701 in ,ich ' DOROTHY MARSH a f Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore ro Roosevelt High School. El Circulo Espanol, '32, "Dot in ilixlelj, and Dal Iwi eyei of a LUCILLE M. Elective Course. Entered Chorus, '29, '31, Dolh Uwe: bliiiful blue." WEBER as Sophomore from Marshfield, Wisconsin, H. S. "Though lime goat fart. y0u'1l nerer find. A girl in all the world .io kind." june.1932 Puge S lXfv1'-11216 il M' JU A X ..- , ,., .. Hrnnpvrtiirv Smmmrr Srhnnl f5I'EIil1IEl1P5 L.. f 1932 l.l2ONA ANN AI.liRlZCIl'I'l' lilcctivc Course. lfntcrul as junior from Girls' Triulc imtl 'l'u'l1. H. S. lil Cfirnulo lispnnul. 'Sl-"al1Girls'CilLilw. 'Slf'i2. "lit,ml1fnI f.nti .nt Ifhl Nail iIt..i 'ffm llI.U!7l ffl ,I !7!c.Il,ll1i' lfflvll ffftitf' XVlI.I,IS ISURCQHARIDT Sticmn- Course. A, A.. 'IOL Boys' Cfliilw, 'JU- 'ilg A CI.ipull.1 Cflioir. '51-'Rig 'llittlt-r, '1'P. lil. 'Sl "lCtitv1t.f ,turf Ifffii 1. lin! .' It .ii ffm. 'lifuit .ni Imfii wi ffm tIl.I wilt." MARION ISRITMIZR lflcctivc Course. 5 years. liniul. '20-'SQL Ciirls Clulu, 39-30. Hlllhlllfllll, l1i1II1,1i1!. rum lluaf. xl J.m1itf wil rrfflfllf fill lff will. ALIZX li. CIZKANSKY Slit-mu Cfoursc. liiituruvl .ls Soplioiiioru from Roosevelt vlr. H. S. A. A.. 'SU-323 Boys' Cflulu, 'SO-'52. Scicmu. Biol. Div.. 'SIL Wlvflfflrxqfi 11.111 111.11 tfifm. Niall Jifmfl, ,lil Hit fi 1l.H,'iAf'LII'lI1 turn fu.1iI." CLINTON If. DYIZR lilcctivc Course. lintcrul .is Sopliomorc from Wfcst Allis Higl1ScIiool. A. A.. '5l3C1l1cm- istry. 'EI-'SIL Cross Country. 'Sli Hi-Y, '10-'Sli rlifilkli, '51-'51, "'1'fili l'1.'tr1Jfi Iwi xi gfwd.if1i.iil. fffmtl' ffwli .zmf f,i.1.'r1i fit Jiri. uv! ful." SIDNEY B. GOLDBIZRG Stin-me Cioursc. Iintcrul .ls Sopliomorc from Ruuscvult Dlr. H. S. A. A.. 'DJ-'5lg Boys' Cilulv, A29-'SUQ Scicrlfu. Biol. Div., '30, ' 4 Hflil Sill. Hiilf irmil lI"!w lt.11 III Nuff if'iH.4 Slxll-H111 'lifu 'l',1!Ifu 4 u t I 'aa I t , '--.win -Kli "' Mi1G.. K 'll.V'g'l-l" "" if l.ll.lIJ'2-I-l4""' '.ivw.....,,fi HARRY B. GOLDSMITH Science Course. Entered as Sophomore from Peckham jr. H. S. A. A., '29-'50, Boys' Club, '29-'30, Chemistry, '30, Cross Coun- try, '3O. "SIudie.f ul timer mrzrern Ibir lad, fmt tba mme. hefi alu'.1y.i glrulf' FRANCES HARVENE GREENE Elective Course. A. A., '29-'50. "If .rlae ufill. .flue will. you 211.11 depend mfr. If .rbe u'on'l. .ibe u'w1'f, .md 111.116 fbe end mfr." HELEN J. GUEST Elective Course. A. A., '28-'32, Girls' Club. '28-'32, Science, Biol. Div., '31, Sec'y, 'EIL Writers' Club, '29-'32. "A Iimid maid. in iffy ir ilw. She bllulwef like rl raw. you we MARION LOUISE HARTMANN Elective Course, 3V, years. A. A., '29-'32g Chorus, '29-'32, Spring Festival, '29, Girls' Club, '29-'32, Girl Reserves, '29. "Nor quief. mn- loud. nm' iborl, nor ull. B111 L1 pleuimzl Illilljjllflllj of Ibem ull." ROSALIE HIANNY Elective Course, 5 years. Entered as Sopho- more from Roosevelt jr, H. S. A. A., '30- '32, Girls' Club, '30, '32, Webster Society, '32, "TMJ girl htm the key lo IIICCLCII. You reldom bmi' ber Ally. 'I ,QI46.l.l'.' lNlARGARET KOSTERETZ Elective Course. A. A., '28, '30, A Capella Choir, '32, Chorus, '30-'51, Girls' Club, '28. "Margj'.l Murgyf U"elr11'ej0u,' We hope ibut you lure ui, lon." june, 1932 1 . T IKLLI J X . Q16 Sixly-tbr l ,J V. 6 0 , if I rf 7 l 40 ff' lllllll I ! , - . Cfffff, . 'if 1 .gf ffm i, 1 L If -A lfS'l'HlfR KRUITGIZR lflcctivc Course. lfnturul .ls Si-nior from Rilv lullif: H. S. A. A., 'Sl-'SIL Girls' Club, '51, I-mmffm 11111 ,mf ,fi".'. ziilfi w..'11mi' izziif. ffm llllgl ul .girl -nn fill iw wld." Hlfl.lfN G. KRL'lfGl2R lili-utiw Course. A. A.. 'SU-'Sig Chorus, 'Sl 1 Dcutscliur Ven-in, 'l4Jf5l g Girls' Club, 'lv-'53, "ll"lIi"v 11115 illulzifi In will ffllrzxgi -gn. :MJ wlilfi Ii'v,f,' wgzlli ll fill ful iff." HAROLD M. LAMP Slicing- Clournu. A. A.. 'SU 'Sl 1 Bos' Cilulw, 5 'JHYSUL Tattlcr. Arr lklimr. 'lv-'Slg Swim- ming 'I'Q.1m, 'Sl. "Ill Hlii fu ifilp. fm fill, fff .rlmzi .' lint iifiiu if i'fw.f i 1 i,',v.i"i. '.X.iii'." HARVIQY lf. l.lZC K SCICIRL' Cloursu. A. A.. 'lv-'Sl-'Sig Boys' Cilulw, '29-'SQL Clin-iiiistry, 'fill Suulcc. Biiil. Dix., '3l. 'wllflu' ilivmf inn ii if11,fi1'if'i,QQ. uf ffm Hlnili' iffnffi iff l1'.iifi.if.',p." RUSH A. l'lf'l0l'A Su-iiogripliic Cloiirmq. A. A.. '29-'BSL Girls' Cjliilw, '19-'SIX "'I'fu' iziiili il ,fflfiziir lifull yrffzi i. lhiillxfifli ffm Jul-f'i.1.'1l.l lfffiif' GEORGE C. ROGINSKIQ lllcctiic Course. A. A.. 'JO-'EIL Boys' Cluli, '20-'52, Scrgt,-at-Arms, 'SL "IIA uwrl' -'Iii Aliifffni ifuu' mn f.1il. I . , . . lu iilmuf fu i mf! .ffw lliit Um l.1if. 'Hu 'Il.lllli'J' C GJ ' ,f l -1 fi . 1 ' 1' BEATRICE SCI-IAEEEER Science Course, 3k years. Enterecl as Sopho- more from Roosevelt jr. H. S. A. A., '29, Deutscher Verein, '32, Girls' Club, '29-'52, "IIN I'L'7'J' ffIlZA'7l are fairer fin. 'IIILIII wzilw of other fzltiidmi .int " FRANK A. SCHMIDT Science Course. A, A., '28-'50, Bimtl, 'ZU- '32, Corporal, '32, Boys' Club, '51, Ciulet, 'Sl-'32, Chemistry, '30-'31, Orchestra, '30- '521 Science, Biol. Div., '30, "A l1.1ppJ-,im-Iluip. cheerful flflllffv li tbii boy. and 121.113 lbs I1'111fJ." MELVIN A, SCHMIDT Science-Elective Course. A. A., '29-'32, Basketball, "N", Mgr., Boys' Club, '29-'32, Cadet, '31-'32, Chemistry, '31, El Circulo Espanol, '30-'31, Eootball, Mgr., '31 g Hi-Y, '29-'31, Philatelic, '30-'31, Vice-Pres., '51, Science, Biol, Div., '50-'31, "In iz flilll nf biifmj be dow quile mill. Bn! in izrl and gg 111 be does excel." RAYMOND SCHMIDT Elective Course. A. A., '29-'50, Boys' Club, '29. "Thi lIl'il'f?I.Q' hid rm doubl yruflf find. l'r1iiuiie.1 .1 clean and rlmi'-cn! mind." ELEANORA H. STEEEEN Elective Course, A. A., '29-'50, Deutscher Verein, '30-'31, Girls' Club, '30-'52, "lf"l1eu yzzfzz' lmnbfei In fzetzr. Shu ctw relleze flfllfl' c.n'e." VUILLIAM C. STREEK Elective Course. Entered as Sophomore from Concordia College QI-I. S. Branchj. A. A., '50-'31, Band, '30-'32, Chorus, '30-'32, Deutscher Verein, '30-'32. "Our Bill. htfi' mzirmiwz To lull, lm! our mul." june. 1932 IN! of 6 ul I " A ' 'S' " A i r ., , V sf., ll' in ,L 1 0" 1lf. iU' ill' , 3 l?f" ll1lll 'll' 'fig JA I' lluff IEVIZLYN S. Club, '50-'BIQ Chorus, '29-'Wg Girl Rcscrvcs, "xl fillfr ff.1i'lzz.1id. 'liz' l.H1'f IJ! win 'I . i Rl. sm ' 'ct vc Sl! on s. li tcrul as Sopho- rioxqjfron Ro 'alt H. S. A. A., '30- Jxifr' "A IIIJA Inf flfwldfl. lun, Lwmllfr' lfi.1l'i My munlqli ff1i'Izm," ANTOINIET THOLIESOVSKY History Course, A. A., '28-'Sl 3 Girls' Club. 'ls-'wg Girl Reserves. '3v1Ao, Trois., 'Jv- 'SO "'I'ffji nmidlll 11,11 .w 401.11 Jifigfll. find lfvfzfi lu llulf from mfiru nfl iliylilf' IQRNST MADRITSCQH Salome Cloursc. linturui ns Senior from Wfiisliington H, S. A. A., 'Sl-'Sig Boys' Club. '5lg Kfiulct, '51-'Big lfootbiill, '5l. "'1'.1If .md XJIIALQ Yu, lfi.1l'i lviw. lin! fill! gc! fu. fuk gui ffm rim DORIS Ci. SARUW' lilcctiw Coursc. A. A., '50-'32g Dcutsclicr VL-rein, '29, "Quill 1.1-i. lfriri .nu fm! full: ll"1'w lrmii' flu lriwlni' lull in run," lfVlfl.YlNl A. 'l'lffiHlfl. lflcctivc Course. A. A., '29-'Big Girls' Cfliilu, '19-'5l. "Slmu4q fulfill .WJ My fum! fmi rbi .' A vigil jun Ilflfffl flflaji MJ." ROY C. TIMM lilcctiw Course, lintcrcd as second scmustcr lfrcslimzin from Wnrst Allis H. S. "Ulf .1 -villa in r.n'v lm ll lluf zw.:v'i'1'. Am! uf H'i.n'n1 .md ifuw ln' ii flu' fmzwr lilutivc Course. A. A., ANTHONY BARBH Rl lflcctivc Cioursc, Boys' Qlub I C irc lispanol, 'lvg Science. Bio ix "Our Tom H11 lin! in 111 zz ii va 14 -X x v 'Y ,F B . wwf 1 1. wx xx XJ, v 1 J 0 X Q Jr NX' J xx 5 JA? QD ff , f 11 ,53 f' R fs s '53 H, X tx f xr V-Qiwai 5 Q nowql'-gogagsr uf S fx A L g xv X f . X 19, 1-4 1 .7 'E' QL A ,Zn Q X4 ,.N2T? 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P,1.uu 5114-1111 'I XI 'IJ 11 ' 1 -4 V' N W fflvfi., 'Lf xo jiri 'i , k.. w f,1H'1 Af, , '- PICTORIAL CLASS HISTORY-1930. june, 1932 llzge Sezerzly-ow 'L' Snfzwltx-I14'w Q if ' , Y X? l 5' X X ,, 0 1 lf l M -ILL , .Yu-mi' ' I - 'I all 'C Tl illurrmvll By Ruth Eckstein XX Q 11-:u'l1c'rlg :mul thvlw, wv gut 11: Sn l41w,:1l1cl x'vt,sul1ig'l1. .Xml www, lt whpxg wa- rm- slglllllg, Wluml-lmx', flvzll' Nwrlh Sllll' llighfn N11 11111111 thc YIIHIUS :mrl llZlllXX'1lX'4. Nw INIITR' thu Ul111llllllY f1'iL'11cl. Nw num' thc ummm-1'If. fcluml plays. 'l'h at N4 llixtimtilm l ml' 1.1 ' C. Xu 1ll1ll'L' tlu- tv:u'l1m'1' s XX'!lI'lllllgf, Ns 1111111- the lnmlw :lull rulvs. X11 11nn'c' lhn' wmrls ul. lt'Zll'lllllg' 'l'h:1t fwrm nur future tmmlsl XX 1' luugjllg :nml yvt. wc rv CI'X'II1g', Fur lima' is lll'1lXX'lllg'1llg'l1, XX hun wc Illllil thmk ul ll'IlX'lllg', Um' clvxnr Nurth Sillv Iligh. Xml lIl1rl'L' thu spmtf :xml IllL'k'llYlg'S. ' 1 X41 nwfnw' thu' glzul llk'll4l'4. XII mm'c tha' clmcwy g'l'l'L'll1lQN That kcpt us un ffm' tm-J X41 1I111l'L' ll1L' lvilllgs HI SllI'lAIlXX', XrxlN41l'L'Il10lllllblly smilcl X11 ll14ll'L' thc srvuglu lUlllUl'l'UXX' rlilllll mzulv it :lll wwrtlw xx'l1ilvl XXX' rise' :mul start um' clu-4-1'ing. XX lth :1 tcm' ID vx' ry syn'-f "'l'hc hluv :mcl white l'ln'cx'L'1" llmmhl tm X+utl1Snlcll1gl1Y Ellnur 13921115 By Charlotte Kaiser Thu l'iI'k'5llI1lllIl clwunft stwp tw think llmx' hricl' ffmr vczuw um hc. Thu- Slllvlmrvxlmwlm' I1-1-ls hx-R Ull thu hrinlc UIQ cmllcff slxlvn-1'x'. lha' Alumm' lwpcs that tum' wlll ily: 'l'hv end hm- 'wznilw in xzliu. 'l'hv llflllllllllk' l1n':u'cs um' xml figll,-W "Uh, lu hm' lmclq zngzlixmlu TM 'I'.fmH r l i s I 11 . , I N -ff? J.. i 1 -3- - a Jun , ' L T"iin1.F5.' '1" 'TI?I ,S1f ?'f?f um "lfl,lAu'2..., ' ' in-..,,,,.,,,,-' PICTORIAL CLASS HISTORY-1930. ,UWA IQ-32 Iilge Swefzq-flmfe I' V f ' 0 J1fw,. ' f "vi - qi ""' V kllfkluifx ,115 , """Iur I PICTORIAL CLASS HISTORY--1931, 4 5t.'!L'Ill1-full! 'IM 'I11 .vu I 6 n W C ' K N y 1 'I ,AN Y A ' A, 7 Qltf. uf' . X A "'+-MNww11f'." Ux':"' , ' ' 4' 'I.lm-2..f., ' PICTORIAL CLASS HISTORY-1931. june. 1932 P.1gc Swwlflx-h1'e' 'V , X 1 s, A Q 'im x A ,yn L w- -KA A um VICTORIAL CLASS HISTORYf193l l'14uL Skzwlfm-wx 'I '. 'lfflfh 'Ill I IC fi' RX'S'l'A L GA ZE-l'I'l"l'E Published bi-weekly Monday, june 24, 1942 Special Edition Editor, Grace Wolfsohn Lyle Leason, Business Manager FOREIGN NEWS Our President, XYalter lmhof, hagged four llengal tigers while xa- cationing in the African Congo, One of the animals attacked him, hut the dexterous nianeuyers of Charles Staadt, Secretary of State, sayed him from harm, l'aris, lirance.-l'.dward llrandt and XX'illis llorchardt won the llyer 'len- nis Cup for the L'nited States from lfranct- in a one-sided affair. 'l'he scores read: 8-65 6-2, 6-45 8-6. The match was a walk-away for our team from the heginning, and Mr. llrandt's serving was spectacular. l'aris, France. - RAYMOND St'llMIlJ'I', the :Xnierican playwright, who is now touring lfurope, discov-' ered a pearl in his oysters while din- ing in a llarisian cafe. Cairo, ligypt. - HARRY GOl.lJ-I SMI'I'H, who left camp searching for the hones of a three-legged, five-timed ostrich, returned with his prize yes- terclay. .-Xhoard the "Ile de Ifrance."-At- tracted hy the cries of an elderly woman, MILTON MIl.l.liR, a pront- inent Milwaukee husiness man, ran to the source of the sounds. XYithout a moment's delay, he doye into thel green waters, and rescued a water spaniel. l.ondon, Ifngland. - MISS lf'IiHl'lI. GR.Xl', one of .'Xmerica's fairest dehu- tantes, was introduced to the Ilrincel of XYales ata reception given hy l.aily l5.X'Ul'S'l'. 'l'he l'rince seemed quite smitten hy MISS GRJXLSS charm, as he was seen dancing with her for the greater part of the evening. llarcelona, Spain .-Yest erday after- noon, .XRMIN SVHMIIYI' entered, the arena- and lcilled his second hull. lhe Spaniards greatly admire his cat-' like movements and his undaunted L'UIlI'iIlll'. l 'l'he following delegates from 'the following heauty parlors have just re- jnzzv. 1932 turned from the annual convention in Valifornia: Miss l'aasch of the Packer lleauty Shoppe, Miss I't-rger of the Ilaylcel Hair Dressing I'fstahlishment, Miss Schuettler of the Shtnrm's Home of lleauty Culture, Miss Zarder of the fapotosny Hair llaxaar, Miss XYeitv- nlan of the lVeidenhoeft llavettt' lleauty Shop, and Miss Mezilc of the Mierswa lieauty Salon. l'aris, liranee.-.Nt three oclock yesterday afternoon, AI,IiX Zill- IJINS, who started his track career at the North lliyision High School in Milwaukee, Xliisconsin, broke the world's record for the lllll-yard dash. Wailsilii lleach, Honolulu.fXX'illard Manthie and his orchestra with their soloist, Ilorothy llrunow, have proved so successful in their stay at the lding Hotel that they have consented to prolong their engagement. DOMESTIC NEWS New York, N. Y.-Miss liileanor Hartz, of the Harvey Iiuck Yanities, is nling suit for damages to her pedal extremities, Miss llartz claims her dancing partner, Alhert tioldherg, whom slit' is suing, stepped on her toes so often that she developed hihriinum hunkenunt. Milwaukee, XVis.-Miss lidna llres- sen, Spanish teacher of the Seelthide High School, recently gained renown as our most fluent Spanish instructor. 'llhis was hrought to light after she had delivered a lecture to one of her wayward students. The words flowed so rapidly that the llltist hardened Spanish teachers of that same institu- tion could not get anything hut a few words of the entire address. ltashington, ll, Lf-.X plan for a reduced government hudget was pre- sented to the House yesterday hy tiongresswoman Roma llerndt tXYis.J. t'ongrt-sswoman llerndt, in her bud- get, advocates the reduction of the number of radios in the Senate cham- hers, and also objects to the high wages paid to the White House win- dow-washers. Page SL'l'0H1j'-161611 l':ige 78 THE CRYSTAL GAZE-ETTE LOCAL NEWS l.eheyer Hills, t':Llif.-Miss Mar- garet Kosteritz, lf S. X.YO!ll1lIl'S golf champion, resumed practice today :ifter ai lay-off of nine months. Miss Kosteritz stated that she is now fully recovered from her sprained toe and hopes to take part in the forthcoming golf tourney. Milwaukee, Wis.-Miss Mary Kull- man, in :i field of two hundred heziu- ties, won the culltcst sponsored lay the Barbieri lfruit to Milwaukee, NYis,-iR0y Timm, il dziredevil veteran of the einder tracks, signified his intention of competing in the motorcycle races held at ln- dianzipolis. He hzis the lizickiiig of his hieh school zilumni. Milwaukee, NN'is,-lfisliernizm Rogin- Ske, :ind his social secretary, Marion Bremer, returned home yesterday- with zi two-foot shzirk which they cauelit off the Cttilrl of lfloridzi, Mr. Roginske intends lo have the fish stuffed :ind presented the Leona Al- brecht l7ound:ition. Miss Dorothy Klein entertained the following :it at tezt given in honor of Miss Josephine Linke, who has just returned from Illiftllltl. Mines, Esther Cohen, Celia Lubrin, Clara Guequirre, Emily Kovar, Natalie Lambersky, Lorraine Manegold,1incl Helen Luban. Miss Sara Medolsky eau- zi inusiczile for Miss Dorothy Matchulat :tt which Mines. Sylvia Katz, Dorothy Miller, Gladys Hubenthal, :intl Dorothy No- wack furnished the Illtlsic. 'l'he out- of-town euests were Miss Ruth Toebe :ind Miss Louise Volkmann. Doris Grulke, the famous stzir, is inztkine :1 personal zippezirzmce :it the XViseonsin 'lillL'Ilil't'. Assisting Miss Grulke is her lt-inline nizin, Mr. Melvin Schmidt. lt is :in interesting fact to note that lioth Miss Grulke and Mr. Schmidt were formerly Milwztukeezins :md erziclnzites ttf North llivision High School. lhe Metro tioldwyn Mayer to, hzts just zinnouneed that they will produce Ruth Hitzig's f2lllltrllSllUYt'l,HSULl1D8.llCl Nuts," on the screen. 'l'he :iuthor ex- presses her sincere wish that the film version will he :is good Ili the oriuinzil novel. COURT NEWS Sumnioned to jury duty for girls' juvenile eases in ,Iutlee Helen Guest's Court: Frances Greene, Rosalie Hian- ny, Esther Krueger, Helen Krueger, Doris Sarow, Eleanora Steffen, Ber- nett Wesling, Marion Hartmann, Elsie Artner, julia Zinner, Hilda Selsak, and Lucille Weber. Leonard Mendelblatt is heing sued by Gertrude Becker for breach of promise, Mr. Mendelblatt'S ardent love lletters have proved his undoing. ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN Conducted by ELEANOR HULTSCH lllear Aunt hleanori 5 I am zi lilonde. My hushzind, -Ioe Gerard, prefers brunettes. W'l1:1t shall I do? llye my hziir? l Sylvia Ilrzifniztn Gerard. l W Answer: No, sliziye it otf :ind wezir iii wig. Dear Auntie: My one and only love, Marion ,lus- ten, insists on drinking. Hon can l stop her? Art Nell. Answer: lJon'tl llrinlt with her. Water is essential to life, Dear Aunt lilezinori My husliand, Ernest Madritsch, eats ,with his knife. l innst cure hiin of jthis, How? l.ucille llruesch Madritsch. Answer: llon't he silly. Get him ri joh :ts :i sword swzillower in at circus. It's quite prohtalile. llezir Aunt lfleanor: W'hzit shall I do? XYhenex'er my hoy friend, Alex Liekzinslqy, comes In see ine, my small In-otliei' hides he- hind the dzwenport, llezttrice Selizieffer. Answer: Sell the dziyenport, Dear Amit lzleanor: People :ire forever sending letters and pzircels to my house instead ot ,next door to llernice Schmidt's resi- Idence. lt's very zinnoying. XYh:tt ezin ll do to prevent it? l Howard Schmidt. Answer: XYhy not marry llernice? THE CRYSTAL GAZE-ETTE Pam- 79 POET'S CORNER "EXTRA POIPER! EXTRA !" by LORRAINE MAREK "Extra Poiper! Extra!" Hear the newsboys shout and cry, in ri 'H 1t's graduation at North Side High. Extra Poiper! Extra!" Extra Poiper! Buy one, sir?" See them swarming down the stair, Pushing, pulling, everywhere: See them laughing-shouting there! it sa Extra Poiper! Extra!" Extra Poiper! Extra!" "Now, sir, between me and you, Many a heart is feelin' blue, But there's none to tell it to-" Extra 1'oiper! Extra!" SPRING AND YOUTH by CHARLOTTE KAISER Who's that walking just ahead With dress of green and hair of gold? Who moves with light and sprightly tread? VVhy,-'tis Milady Spring, behold! My heart beats fast for this fair lass. I love her,-live for her, in truth! There's no one else can her surpass. And who am 1? The Spirit of Youth! 6:45 7 100 7:15 7 :30 7 :45 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 RADIO PROGRAM Station GRAD Devotional Services-Rev, Rob- ert Metzelfeld. Live Stock Quotations -By Clifford Van Dick of the Mil- waukec Stock Fxchan 'e . 4 E U The Children's Safety Club- Louise Ahl of the Child Wel- fare Society, Leslie Lucas-The Original Ra- dio Crooner. Goisman's Clothing Store Time Service. Bob Trefz, the Noodle Man- Sponsored by the Hoffmann Noodle Co. "Our City"-By Ruth Rice, the City Editor of the Milwaukee Daily Scream. Our Daily Physical Culture Talk-By Evelyn Techel. The Three Nuts-Sponsored by the Leo Smith VValnut Co. Verna, Elva and Bernadine-l Sponsored by the Reid Soap Co. Daily Food Talk- By Loraine Alles. Evelyn XVerth Program, Organ Music by Norma Meyer. l 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:02 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:30 5:00 Station GRAD Ideas on Home Furnishings by Mildred Fritz. A Beauty Chat by Gwendolyn Lambreclit - Sponsored by the Altman Preparation Co. Studio Program-featuring Frank Glazer, pianist. Vocal Selections by Helen Bloom. Weather Report by Fred Bene- dict, City Metcorologist. The Care of the Baby by Nurse G. Boyden. Lessons in Spanish-Miss An- nette Guenther. Time Service by courtesy of the Three Buran Stores. Stock Quotations given by Harland Metz. Dave Bootzin and His Booties, dance orchestra, from The Berghauer Hotel. john Fenske Orchestra from Berndt's Blue Room Cafe, Old Melodies by Ruth Kesting, violinist. Closing Grain Report by Albert Froelich. The Poetess' Corner-Antoin- ette Farchione. The North Division Review- featuring Bonita VVirtl1, Betty Kolasa, Thelma Lembcke, Frank Woldt, VVilliam Streek. Reducing Your Figure-by Maryan Leidel - Sponsored by W. Mayer Rowing Machine Co. The 1.awyer's Lecture-Kem neth Lederman, District Attor- ney. ' Sadie Moskol, violin soloist- Sponsored by the VVi1de Music Shoppe. VVhat the Well-Dressed VVom- an NVill VVear, by Belle Gold- Sponsored by the Goldenberg Dress Shop. Shopper's Guide given by lda Shapiro. The Four Ruth's-Ruth Ander- son, Ruth Baetke, Ruth Eck- stein, Ruth VViener. The VVoman's Forum-featur- ing Arlyne Lawrence. The Herring Brothers-Stein- rad and Grossmeyer-"How to Raise Goldfish." Airways of the Sky-featuring L. Cinatl, 'Transatlantic flyer. Sport Report-Fred Lichten- berg-Soonsored by the M. Shapiro Bacon Co. Twilight Musicale-Max Zitzer and his Zither. I 'asc Fil THE CRYSTAL GAZE-ETTE 'gnc 1lZ'l'Y"Zi'.2?'Z5,?J5 AL Q qhe fl ' lkinsurep P Qs hw .Q tj ' Q 'Q . ,, FE, B f, pl its E A ' ,, A --- ..- 4x7 2 , - fy ,A ',.:4Q 7: "' "- 7 2Q,w4 :,3 .W H wa. . Ulllwzfcfr-fhapv Wu Jvdw ww Muppmw WNW? flfopa.-Afwf 'vlpgfgjlan .ML W We Jfvffl vfff cs! mgirne ff?jf!vn.!oAjf"11 f7d1fQf7lfl7!077C' I mc! 'gfigjrf . Harp . N ., ,Ray 1 " Y T ' .1 ESM X 4 " -I f'v .nn wA-, N, ' f 1 ' f "x .A-1 1, .,, X X, 72 . a 14' f 1, f W 'w 'WV iv 'ff Jowi- y --1 -HA -- -f if by mf P11 . J - - Q A I f I 5 wi., , RM Q I I my ,V 5 V, 24 I lf 153' A BRAIN5 . l ,db Q 1" If Q Q 7 'Ill ' . Q-A :X lug Louis Castle K f 5 ,, EV Q5 bg' Qcunmab W H2 Q55 XX V-5 1 Q Mg' W - Q-"1' Q J Q K' ' iglgif Xix Q V"4'-' : """, 5 111:-' MH! f 1 " f Y f .nm il 'fEX?5fX 1 1A"' L 44", ' ' X nl! A -xl .112 N 1 rf, S try! 'wr wus 6 X THE CRYSTAL GAZE-ETTE Page 81 Station GRAD , VITAL STATISTICS RADIO PROGRAM 5:15 Papa Hank and Mamma Eilley -The Bedtime Hour-Courtesy of The Larson-Althaus Sauer- kraut Produce Co. The Koehninites and their Dreamy Music from Sehnabel's Trillion Dollar Ballroom. The Kindermann Cycle Club- featuring Leo Sigunick, plati- num-voiced tenor of the air. Bunn and Kuchenreuter, the Merry Bakers, in Tantalizing Melodies. The Slamer Crime Club-The Great Lookatcli - Loesclimann Mystery by Antoinette Hole- sovsky. "VVatt's Ayling You?"-Alice Ayling's health talk-Sponsored by the Watt Medical Co. "Is Football a Dangerous Game?"-Ellison Wefel, Head Coach of Slawbash College, guest speaker. News Flashes from the Daily Regret--Howard Drews, cub reporter. Heller and Horowitz-Travel Talks-Illustrated by The La Pidus Television System. The Songbird of the North- Lillian Mautner, accompanied by The Schostagions. Goodnight Melodies by the Weissenborns-Margaret and Angeline. 5 :45 6:30 7:00 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 11:00 12:00 PERSONALS Penelope-Delighted ..,. Write. Love, VVESLEY F, Not responsible for debts contracted by anyone but myself. ROBERT MCCANN, Driving to California. VVill take cou- ple to share expenses. AUSTIN GAIIGER, 3245 N. 2nd St. y Charlie: Please come home: every- thing will be O. K. XVife, PAULINE. HAROLD V.: VVhat's wrong? Please come to see me. KATY W'liISI.ING. Charles Hansen: Please visit me any P, M. VVire day before. Ruth Sonnenherg. Ruth Aehterburg: Please come home: worried. Roy H. LOST AND FOUND EYEGLASSES-I.ost-Round Lens: gray rims on chain. Address FRED SCHATTSCHNEIDI-IR, 267 Rand Ave. Marriage Licenses Fred Luethge, 1931 Tonlay Ave. Evelyn Erich, 741 S. 20tl1 St. Howard jennrich, 640 S. 5th St. Catherine Hafeman, 2730 N. 3rd St. Carlton Scholz, 7620 VV. Nixon St. Jane Johann, 936 - 74th St. Raymond Rathke, 1212 NV. Hambers AVC. Ruth Oelhafen, 1303 VV. Meinecke St. Thomas Kemp, 3644 N. 27th St. Audrey Siehr, 2335 N. 5th St. jack Bonnett, 2569 N. 23rd St, Florence Reichelt, 2464 N. Raerner St. Birth Record Sons to- lferdinand janke, 230 Wlelfare Ave. Norman Kaiser, 1369 Geezer Place. Daughters to- Max Landau, 790 Cellar Ole St. Arthur liandlow, 1355 Doorknoh Blvd. 'Triplets to- Victor Pape, 4605 Divorce VVay. Death Notices GINK: Ambrose, residence, 890 Rat- tail St., beloved third husband of CAROLINE NOTBOHM, and present ex-husband of DOROTHY MARSH, both of Milwaukee, Wis. WASHER: Hepzibah, residence, 0101 Resurrection Place, second beloved wife of LOUIS HOCTING, and fourth wife of JAMES HENTZ, both of Woodshore, VVis, HELP WANTED DIECUTTER-Designer-Exp. Jew- elry, for novelty dies. Address NIAURICE LABOVVITZ. VVOMEN SIfI.I. PURE SILK FUl.l. FASH- IONIQD HOSIERY for 62C a pair. Silk underwear, inen's shirts, socks and ties. THE I.. ANDERSON MII.I.S, 229 Airry St, SAl.IiSI.ADIES Y To Demonstrate Macaroni, Spaghetti, ligg Noodles, to housewives. just the food for times like these, sale on sight: least you can earn 331.50 per day, no in- vestment. Apply SEYMOUR STEIN CO. ADY M USICIANS-All Instru- ments, steady work. lfsther Week- mueller and her Redheads. H. 200. 2000. I. iCA'l'-l.ost-VVhite with black ears, tail. Reward. DIANE YOUNG. DOG-l.ost-Scottish Aberdeen Ter- rier. Riverside, Ill.: liberal reward. Al.It'l-1 l.IPKIN, Phone Brook- side 3333. l'z1g't- HZ THE CRYSTAL GAZE-ETTE HELP WANTED ' INSTRUCTIONS Affllhlf-3','1' Ji llll',ll,lfi"'SlQdQ'?f9 sill-11-p1n1'i1i'i'1Nts is nit- Siwfiiiand Jiiiifi iiiii-if iiiiiiviiiiiiiiiki it'i1i'i'i 'lm Qualified W' in 0 rl"'f1 WMS to write 100 wiircls :incl inure in a SA l. 15511 RN -I':XllL'1'1k'l1L'Cd Illllll minntt-, IQXRK 11.1, NHXV, R12- SYFUIJA M1151 OWU Ulf- fVlflFl'i5 Lll'ilV1f l7Rlflf a spa-vial ruiirsc in l-l:XRl.lfY MIYKI-il.StJN, 85-59111 4-iilit-r 'l'Yl'1NG 111- Iil'S1N1-ISS St. 1 1QNC1l.lSH. lfrvc llcnitiiistratiuti. SIRl'l' 111NIQR-iixptiririictdg at "'?'.??',5'l'1l5 Slll'-111111111 ' '59 t111t'c'. Quality 1Ll11l.LL'I' alc, linn' ll ll'-1 13 'lr N' 'mil 50 N' ricltcy, wliitu smla, ctr, lithlllt tu N' mm' A1JtJl.l'1-lliKlifilf ' S,'XXf1l'Ht1N1-I l'l..-XY1iR, 111111.1111- IJXKI AND llilalax' M.XK1.ZRAAL-MW K'lZ11'1l1k1l,51.1821vil41'11111l11l'1'. tal-l l',U- ' pt-tcnt. lniitation lialwrs' jelly 011111-l f'lfNl'- I'ANNIl'RM"xN' dlrumr' pound and pnrc jullit-s ancl prc-1BlffXl"l'Y L'Ul.'l'L'R1Q-'l'HlC PU- st-rrtw, pit- fillings, hulk, tins andl HANK W.-XY Assnrus Slicer-Ng llc jars. St-1' ,lU5l'il'l-l ll.-XR'l'.'XK. 1 a licensed l'L'1l.XXZ gracluatv. .Xl OXl1'. l RUSSIAN? 1fRliNt'l-ll Sl7Il11l4l1! Ger- 'l'l1rt't- intt-lligcnt, neat appearing 1110115 mgm! 111-111-r I'iIIlQllSll-- l-itl'cctivv who clcsirt- tu inakc pcrntancnt C011-1 5110111-11, Mgithw titty 'l'1-11-I NIQVV ml Sl XINRX NQHOUI IUR I1CL'll1ll1 with natitmnal urgaiiizatii . ..,..Y... 1 A115 lll'.NfiS'l'l,lfR, Klan., RUO111 A-Xl7l'I,'1'S, 14 XV. VINUIIFZIXY St., lil-, 618, 2113 N. liawasli .fXvt', 1 3775, Hrs, O 111 Q, I VV:XN'l' .N GlRl, T11 l.lfARNll7l.l,'lfN'l' Sl'lflfliH-Clmwiirws for Stviiimrzliwlly - RIN 1. Sflllllldl-'F t-vt-ry nerd, at-uryiliiiig f-ir tht- one Milwaukt-Q lhisilit'-Q C'wllvgu, 100 S. 11-1111 11505 1,-Ufdg, Miv l't-arl 131:11- 'l'ctaSt. ling! Speech Studio, Snitu 1003, 111-xx 1 Nariinar '1'11wcr, Ono wliu can lu- trnstt-cl. .Npply IRM-1 l3,X-X11-IgG-gpm, . g gwimlv Iirivqtc Wi31lill,lHl'iIN?IIliH' d lissi. lfl.1.5l1gil1allrui1i1i ur statue, rhg. ', C J-fill is l'iNI11'fll'W'l' 3 to lri-X SS. FVHLYN HARDER taku cart- tif infant ink snialxl apart-1 RCQHUOI., 469 XY, llplpli St, QlQ",l,,,f.Llff'tl',lil"U l""MMA' K1"'m t'f1N'i'RACT 11111 111111-Mfxklri ', . .1 . , 1 l'.-XSCHKR, I11C111l1L'I' uf Lll1lllC1'l5U11 Mfiliill'1-'liilf-TIN? ii-iliiival' l"'H'ff-1 111111111 235 N. 11111111 Aw. 11113 .. 1 ,STUDY VOIC1-I with ICDWARIJ POSITIONS WANTED 1 Cl-IAFl"1"l'fl.'R-Ytiiiiiu Klarricd Mani dcsircs pcisititin with privatt- t'an1ilv.l Ncat and ctiiirtcmis. l.'XL'K GRAY- i R or, H11 11456. ' 1 L'RAL'Kl'iR,l.Xt'K S.-Xl.1CSM.-XX wants. pcisitiini, l'all SIIDXICY 1101.15- IEICRG, lilillfll 60041, MICTAl,l.L'RGIC'Al. L'H1-fM.-1ixpc- ricnfccl, wants pusitiun. 13. Kl,i'l'- CHICR.-X, K1 3452. l'll,U'l' XY.-XX'l'S AIR XYORK-Atty kind, ntiywlit-rt-. .-Xclclrt-ss Ralph Ponik, 864 S. 28111 St. INCOME 'l'.-XX .-XL'L'tJl'N'l'.'XN'l'-12 yrs. cxp, 3.1UVL'I'I1I11L'1l1, public at'-1 counting, tax atturriuy. Hurburt Schwantcs, 543 N. 12111 St. SPRINGICR - For uplmlslt-ry, wants plJSlI1Hl1,ll2lll l.lfRUY lll'l,'l'MAN, .X 425 N, Alter St, 1' DRA1"'l'SRI.-XX - l'art 'lining 1ixp.I Mach. or 'llnml lic-ign. :Xcldrcssl FRANK GROSS, -182 43111 St. ' SAl.1fSM.-XX-lfzist scllcr with good linc wants position. Vall HARRY 1.L'l'il5'l'0VV, -41136 79th Sl. St'HM11J'l', lmaritmicg L-xtra low fees if 1ll1SNX'C1"l1'11.f this acl. 'l'l1r1rc trial ll'5h4ll1SQ unrivalcd DI'Ollllt'l1Ol1Q Mas- lvr rlas- in Yuicu. 1CGl.1iC"l'l-Q11 FIDUC.-X'l'lON cor- ructcd i11 sliortcst pmsilvlc timcg rt-liahlc wmnang private cduratorg grainniar, spelling, pnrc lfnglisli vo- cahulary, history, litcrattirc, pon- manship, bkkg., shtcl., ctr, THE ANN1Tl.l.A 'l'OFl'l"1'iR SCHOUI., 425 11111111111 Art: UL' XINY l'tJiS1f9S '1'H1f 'l'-NL l'iX'l' TU 1215 .-X GR1i.'X'l' RADIO S'l'.'XR-iX11clitit1ns and lirtiatlcastirig C-iursus. l'iX1lL'I'lL'11CCKlClll'Cl'llD1'S, Free anclitimis, cxpcrt and sinct-rc advice as tu your cltiziliiivzxtimis. 'l'l'l1fi EP- S'l'1i1N l'f1NSl'iRVA'l'URY Ol: 'I'Hli AIR, 45 lf, javksmi l3lvCl., Snitu 560. X'l.'X'l'lON--XYritc for attractive pla11, offered Rlllbliltllli young mcn hy the oldest and larigt-st manufac- tnrt-rs of aircraft to train for posi- timw as pilot, n1cc11n.nic, adminis- trativt' worker, wcldur, 1-tc. THE VVAl,'l'1-QR VVPIFICI. SCHOOL IFCJR lfl.Y1iRS. THE CRYSTAL GAZE-ETTE Page 83 INSTRUCTIONS MISCELLANEOUS SEE THE GREATEST OUT- BOARD MOTORS on display at world's lowest price. R. EHMKE CO., 800 N. Terwal St. THE LOAN STAR, INC.-See SIL- BERMAN, STEINIIERG, and SPECKTER. Let us solve your financial problems. PERSONAL I,OANS-We will loan you any amount up to S300 quickly and privately. THE DAVID COHEN LOAN CO. 100W FULL VALUE PAID in CASH for diamonds, old gold, broken jewelry, crowns and bridgework, watches, pawn tickets, etc. Ask for MR. DOUGLAS DUNLOP, 7 W. Madison, cor. State St., Room 811. BEST DEAL IN TOWN-Money hack guaranteed sales proposition by one of the largest firms in the country. Come in and he convinced. RUBIN SCHUSTER, Room 900, 176 W. Adams. S165 BUYS TEAM OF MARES and double harness. 4531 Turney rd., WALTER BUTENSCHOEN. HUDSON SEDAN-Late 19305 must he sold todayg no reasonable offer, refused. LE ROY SCI-IAEFER, 2460 W. Ortney St. 1 PROFESSIONAL TRAP DRUM Outht Complete. For sale cheap. LESLIE BROITZMAN. CAMERA-S5 Buys My Brand New Complete Movie Outfit, No. 57 DE VRY, camera model G Projector. See ELMER PLISCHKE. l"l.A'l' ALTO SAXOPHONE and Case-3535. Call GILBERT KEN- ITZER. E MISCELLANEOUS AISY CHICKS-REUTER HATCI-IERIES. Bargain prices by ordering now. S648 N. Henning St. OSTON PUPPIES-Reasonable. Inquire J. DOYLE, 2345 Dogwood Ave, I3 B FRESH FANCY EGGS--From coun- try to you. Do not compare these fancy eggs with some of the poor eggs offered in your city now. We have only the best and every egg is guaranteed to please. ROBERT GENSCH CREAMERIES, GENSCHVILLE, MICH. EGGS VVANTED-BEST XVI-IITE, Direct from Farm. Address -IOHN RojAHN. ARGARET VOELKER'S KEN- NELS-Largest selection of puppies and grown dogs in middle west. On Keganwau rd., M mile from Green Hay rd. COW AND HORSE AUCTION livery Monday-150 to 200 cows at every auction. ALBERT RIDLEY LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO, HAMBIQRGER STAND-On busy street, ncar high school and theater, doing S150 a wk., rent S40 with heat. See SOL COHEN, 635 VV, Orth St. M GYMNASIUM-Completely equipped and centrally located, rent sau. In- quire FRANK SCHLUGA, 524 3rd St. PARKING STATION - Downtowng 5 pumps, grease and wash rack, S800 down. CLYDE CANFIELD, Phone BOurnkill 2980. DO YOU INTEND TO IBUY A FARM?-If so, I can show you farms to suit your pocket-book. HENRY ACHILLES, VVEst 4876, AUTO TIRES-New U. S. Royal Cords. Save up to SOW. ROCHOL TIRE CO., 1400 49th St. DIFFERENT STAMPS from At'- rica, l0c-EDNVIN LARSEN, Mil- waukee, VVis. EA LEAF READER-One who reads everything, must be refined and experienced. WASHINGTON TEA ROOMS. HAVE YOUR SUITS Made to Order at J. SCHNEIDERMAN. Work absolutely guaranteed. APRON FACTORY-Beautiful per- cale pieces, remnants, wash frocks. LEO GOREN, 6412 Eggleston St. STREEK AND STRUDEL-Home Bakery. Buy your morning rolls here. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS from ROSE PETTA'S FLORAL SHOPPE. 5 T f'I'he Literary Committee passed out Iast night from sheer exhaustion. 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"U, ht- 111111' ht- 1l1t-111-i11t-t-, l111t tht-1't-'s Illilllj' ll suhjt-t't 111111't- tlt-st-1'1'i11g tllilll his 111'i11t't-." 'l'l1t-11. with 111111't- tlt-11tlly thrust, "XYl1t-11 l s111' '111'i11t't-,' I 111t-1111 111'i11t't-. illltl llll Illllll 11111111 tl1is t'11rtl1 lIL'lll'I' tlcst-rvt-s tl1:1t llillllt' tl11111 -li1111111' t'111't-11r1111." l listt-nt-tl with nt-11' llllt'l't'Sf. f111' l h11tl 11ftt-11 lAL'ZlI'Kl 111' Il -Ii111111y l'111't'111'1111 in 1111tt-1'1111l t1111t-s. 11ntl tl1is t'l11111g't- 111 1111ssi1111s. 1lis11l:1yt-fl hy sut'h t'1111tt-111111, st-t-111t1tl t11 t1111'1'y lllllllj' 1111ssil1ilitit-s, 'l'11 t'11t't111r- :1gt- t-x1111siti1111, l :1sltt-tl, uxxillillk l1111111t-nt-tl tt1 111111' IJ111111111 1111tl l'ythi11s ZlL'l?U "XYt-'1't- 11ll right, hut t-vt-n lht- tlt-1'il t'1111 11x't-rstt-11 his 111111'lt,', ht- 1111-1111i11tg'l1' 1't-11lit-1l. ln Il 111111't- llL'sI1L'l'!llt' '-ttt-11111t, l i111111i1't-tl, "XYh11t 11111ltt-s 1-1111 so surt- ht- tlt-st-1'x't-s tl1t- tillt-F" "XXX-ll," 5lill'lS l1t-. "-li1111111' 1llXYJlf'S 11'11s Il 1'1111lg l111t if this l11st t-x11l11it tl11t-s11't givt- l1i111 tl1t- tl11'1111t- Yt-nus 11'11sn'l Il l111l1'." l'.l11tt'tl l1y tht- s11t't't-ss 111 1111' 11l114ltl111g', l tlrt-xx' I1't1111 l11111 tht- stury 111 tl1t- 111'int't- 111' f1111ls: Htllllllllj' L'111't'111'1111 wats 1lt-stint-tl hy st11rs 1111tl 11111tl1t-1' 111 I'11llt1w i11 tht- I'11111stt-11s 111' his l.1lll1l'I', l2lll1k'S t'11rt-11r1111. t111t- 1114 tl1t- tl111us1111tls 111' s111'gt-1111s i11 tl1t- t1111111t1'y. XVIICI1 l 111t'tl1i111, it 11'11s t-xitlt-nt tl111t l1t- l1111't- 111t- littlt- I111-t-. t'111- ht- 1li1l 1111t 11t 1-,ll rt-lish tht- itlt-11 111' 1111' r1111111i11g' with l1i111 illlll 11t'ti11tg' IIS 11 s11ft'ty 1':1l1't1 t11 his 11s11i1'11ti1111s, 11s l1is lIllllk'l' lliltl 111'111111st-tl. llt1wt-1't-1', l1t' w11s ll lilc11l1lt- t'l11111 11111l 11111tlt- tl1t- l1t-st 111' things. :1n1l s111111 llllllllll 111c 11111 tlt-s11is11l1lt- in lit111itl11ti11g' his tlt-hts Zllltl 11tht-1' s11111ll itt-111s 111 si111il:11' 1111t111't-. ltlll' 1111' llllfl. l llL'gI1lll t11 lilct- l1i111 i111111t-11st-lv. f11r 1111 t111t- t'1111ltl 1't-sist his tl1'11llt-11' Illltl llil1t-1'11i1111 si11111lit'ity. llt- Ptzge Eiglaly-fain' Thy T,11f1w wr i JV lllll ' ' . - . F92 WI. A-1l'tfr'1' i ft. ... A . ' ii...--Mtv-w.umYI1P'x I'-'il lug sl . 'llllud 'lu . was of the devil's own mixture-red hair, the eyes, large feet, small ears, freckle-face, lover of sports, aversion to study, fascination for physics, lack of ambition-in all, the perfect type that drifts with- out a destination. "After plenty of lights and after he had overstuffed me with tales of his loves and disappiiintments, there grew up between us a friendship without which each would have felt like a lost babe in the woods. VVell, one night after twelve, while I was reading 'Human Relationsf in stalked -limmy. A hurried inspection showed something important had happened, and I had fears for 'Iimmy's diploma which was but two weeks off. This was no time for trouble, with a possible 'bounce' out of college as retribution, what with Old James fed up with jimmy's pranks. NYith great patience I drew from him the story of one more disappointed love, while I drew a sigh of relief. llowever, Jimmy seemed more upset this time than at any other, and I began to apprehend danger. That night, -limmy went into a huddle and moved, seconded, and passed that women are the most ungrateful creatures and should be taught their places. "To my great pleasure, nothing seriously happened, and jimmy got his B. S. Yet my troubles were not over, for I was compelled to get jimmy to do something to satisfy his impatient father. Amid all the activity. Jimmy sat upon but one egg-the egg from which would spring his method of revenge. "At last came the great idea, perhaps a bit hair-brained, but revived as a masterpiece by the inventor. The substance of his plan was this: to get revenge on all women, he must put but one lone girl in her place, a bit unchivalrous but altogether curative. The victim of this plot was to be a young singer, Gayle Sheridan, of age seventeen plus. Ile had seen her picture in the paper and vowed to put this comely girl where all comely girls and all other girls belong, at home. "As lim his closest friend, he said, 'Come alongg I may need some hacking and you may see some sport., " 'XN'ell, I'll go, but see that you don't get me mixed up in this thingf I returned. The following Saturday night we dined at The Rialto, where this Gayle does her stuff. Jimmy was in high spirits, and we had a gala evening. By the time the floor show a conven- tional one-dancing, singing, acrobat performance started, every- one was having a good time. Jimmy fingered the bill and studied the names it contained. He was impatient and failed to give the actors their deserved credit. for he was ever searching for his singer. "At length he touched my arm. 'There she is,' and motioned toward a side door. Through the door walked a very youthful look- ing girl. lt must have been such as she who caused poets to write, empires to fall, and men to die. There was no mistaking her for beauty, but she hardly deserved the reception she received, for there are a few other beautiful women in this world. Jimmy was all eyesg not a movement escaped him. She sang: the song was a bit shop- worn, perhaps, but yet a 'hit.' Noticing jimmy a bit dazed, I hand- ed him some wine to 'buck him up.' june, 1932 Page Eighty-five iv I . f v ii. - ,il lu ml -W . 4- -.w1"'I.'Ll"l"l l i'lUll"' lW1li.fu':.--Af .1 -'-'- mt-..... "I encouraged him hy saying, 'l'erk up, nld mang ymi have a task ahead uf yuuf "jimmy lnnked a hit white as he answered, 'l dnn't feel su gondf "I urged him tp speak his piece, and at last rnused him tn it. He was off with my 'Gnncl luckf 'Q-X while later, into the seat next tn me staggered what was once Jimmy. I questioned him. All I could get was, 'Shes wonder- ful.' Something' appeared tu have happened in that rnnnil "The next day -liinmy was a refnrmed man, lle asked his dad for money tn travel and study. blames. willing' ti. give his hwy all the advantages he cuuld, readily gave his sanction tn and mnney for the enterprise, ikltliutigli a hit dazed hy this turn uf affairs, James was pleased that his sun shnuld he interested ennueli tn seek knowledge in fnreign lands. "Thus it was that ,limmy and l went around the wnrld: ,linimy to study and l to watch him. Of all the queer places that hwy dragged me intnl Finally, after going' tn ninre places than the XYandering 'lew went tn, we arrived home, and then l learned his plans. Un you knnw what he did? lle traveled arnund the wnrld to get an educatinn, hut nut in surgery. Nu, he went to Switzer- land, 4Xustralia, llnrnen, Africa, and a hundred other lust places, not for surgery, hut for singing. "As he figured it, tn have a chance against these mndern sing- ers he must have snmethingg sn he learned tn yndel, hunk. lisp, and do nigh nntn a thousand other oddities as side lines. Xlihen last I dined with him, he remarked, 'She's wnnderfulg what shnuld I have done without her?' H As blnhn Ericsnn concluded his tale, T remarked. ".Xnd he mar- ried this girl who was his inspiratinn?" blnhn replied. "XYell, not exactly: you see, tiayle and T seemed to he made for each uther. and we get married ahnut a week after .limmy's eventful evening." :Xnd again l wnnder if the right man carries the title. En Ihr inh By Catherine Hickey The silvery wnman clad in hlue-grey tulle XYafted her hreath su fragrant and cnnl. The silvery wnman hlew a melndy fair That thrilled thrnugli the autumn air. The wnman laughed tn the swaying hrnnze thistle: .Xnd threw a silvery kiss tn the stars nf crystal. The wind hauntingly lamented the ashes nf summer's rnseg .-Xnd sighed tliiwiigli the trees at the nincking nf the crnws. Page Eiglm -ii.v The Tmlw sv lulmlslms I X WHKEKH WV 3 A U, l " 'H 'H 0 M W f , Z gf ,, fl- ! "NNN-"Yx.,fXfP LOWER CLASSMLN ,iv M si f l " W ii V -1 l Wi 'l , ' L l' V-'iizillf ililllililllil 11 if lmillw -l.lI.liu'mfi'.f ff" " iii"-i--..V.'., .ii if "'-J-llll SEMESTER VII Wihen in the course of human events it is time for us to take a step upward on the ladder of success, we recall the days when we started our climb. This is what we seniors of the graduating class in Fehruary, 1933, will he meditating in the near future, VXI' all rememher the days Frank Schmidt was a tiny lad no larger than the horn he carried, hut now he is a tall, handsome, young man and directs an orchestra. Mathew Sherman possesses an ineredihle imagination. ln a discussion of gravity, he was called on for an answer. Enlightened after a brief nap, he said. "Suppose we were on earth-." Lately when Mr. Newman calls on our artist, Harold Lamp, Harold draws the line at reciting and goes out like a light. Mr. Van Horn has made such a hahit of watching Sidney Eisenberg Closely in ",-Xu second hour, that he makes all the stu- dents in that vicinity feel nervous. Alice l.ipkin needs a handsome, muscular hero to protect her from 'lhack slappers" while walking in the corridors. The secret is out! Norma Sehleuter's poem regarding death is the result of an inspiration she acquired after an argument with "that certain somehodyf' Ask our little, curly-headed A'Val" Luljak where he got the lingo he and Edmund Sehwann are spouting. XYe wonder if some of the lads garhed in golf trousers have ever seen a golf course. Alvah Mae Nelson may not he a sailor's daughter. hut she knows her Qkjnotsl XVhen Richard Marcus reads his extraordinary English themes, the students have to line up at the dictionary. Imagine the embarrassment of Mr, Newman's fourth hour English class when he discussed "love"-in respect to drama. l,ouis Silherman is always Hrarinl to go" when it hecomes necessary to recite in his English class. Howard Paul has an affinity for stumhling over children when he is participating in a race at a track meet. Do you know that Violet VVeishriek is afraid in the dark? Some day our own little genius, Otto Rauchschwalhe. is going to compete with -loc Sanders. Harold Joseph is the self-appointed ventilation expert of the seventh hour physics class. If you feel like fighting. ask Carl to introduce vou to his 'ffrauf' r "l,ll tell my 'Ma' on you." is not only Seymore Stein's favorite saying, but he has decided to put it into practice. VVC had hetter he careful. Wie wonder how. when, where, and why Kenny Metzler gets his individual pineapple hoh. VVonders have not ceased. Dorothy Johnson does some real thinking-in a pantomime. Bill Mohrhusen has to order his size twelve "galoshes" from a special Chicago shoemaker. Page Eixfvli-fixbf The T.1z1Io- tl ,. ff ' 5 Q T , - ' 0 ,,, , . .fx '5iJi'-zmy wi' 'H-1-...,,,. From Top to Bottom: Post Graduates, Semester 7, 7. 11122. 1932 Iifgu Ifigblm-rlirzu V , G7 f Q H C ' f ' 'fl1 .elf". . ' J, I , I n HELP: ' - , s ll 'i 'llwfru s r " ' ,, SEMESTER VI NVilliam lleinen decided to learn how to keep books, but the table has turnedg the books are doing their best to keep him up all night. Joe llrown, the noted inventor, has invented a new gadget which, when placed in the mouth before going to bed, produces a soft steam-boat whistle instead of the vulgar snore! john liuran, the noted horse-shoe pitcher, has just issued a book the title of which is "l'lorse-shoes, and llow to Ring 'lll1L'l11lH Fred Madritsch says he owes his great strength to imported limburger! North Side lligh School I've been thinking, XYhat would all you heroes do If Virginia up and left us, 'Fess up, you'd be sad and blue. Dorothy Catzow thinks the most musical word in the English language is "love-ly." XYho is? Martin Keller thinks the doorway to success is typewriting but he ean't lind the keys. Robert Steinberg is willing to pay for private dancing lessons from some attractive girl. XYho'll volunteer? XVilliam llarins closes his eyes when he sits in the street ear, because he doesn't like to see women stand. He is a civil engineer. .lane Deane says she'd like to take up light housekeeping but doesn't like the smell of the sea. Wie have been told that Abe Meltzer practices his violin on the days he is absent. ln that case, if practice is worth anything, he is a future Kreisler. lt is said that lidmund Schwan acquired his persuasive voice in the Forum, but we believe it was in his Geometry class, trying to prove the l'ythagorian theorem. Our own original Dorothy liberle has gone in quite strongly for athletics. Besides telling you about her swimming and tennis playing, she now can tell you about "iXthlete's footf' Eddie llyke has gone in for collecting class and lodge pins. His collection has aroused plenty of curiosity on the part of the girls. liddie, wherein lies thy fatal charm? VVilliam Robertson has been grumbling quite a bit lately. llc thinks elevators should have been installed along with the broad- casting system. John Dclgoff objects to Miss Conlan's using "little johnny" as a name with which to illustrate her remarks. Ruth Carmichael has been heard to say that she has only a very "Slim" reason for her attendance at the Y. M. C. .-X. dances. The human question-htmx-l.ouis Stein! Miss Perkins just de- lights in answering his involved questions. Then we have a candidate for l'aul Revere's famous position- Howard Moon demonstrates, in pantomime, his skill as an eques- trlan. Page Nfflvfl The Tafrlw 'V , Dx . . ,. f f ' P. ' T x ' H 0 IW. ,L, V 'h l !I'Lwi"lJh'Qn: , -12'-' I IH"-.,,,,U,,,.' W Sixth Semester Studenxs. 111215. 1032 Ilflup Nimfx-nm 9 " ' , ?1e , i l , ll.l"rp1I , l Qwyme' .1.," , Ali, 3 1 .1 lImxU1,Q,,., ,.1-"' '.gg1.,lm H' SEMESTER V lQHlJk'I'l li:11111t-l ilcsircs 111 l1:11'1' :1 clucla i11st:1ll1-cl 111 R1111111 210 111 1l1'c1't-ztsc' tht- SIISIIUIISL' ill his llistf11'y 5 class. lit-1'11:11'1l Sl1:11'11 says lit' is g'iX'll1gA th thu l11111111' 111' z1tt1'111li11g' our sul11111l. lllbh' z1l11111t it, Bllllll wt- :1ccc11t thc l11111111'? Cyril Smith is g1':11l11:1lly t11r11i11g"g'11111l l141y." .Xt'cc1rcli11gtf1 his st:1lt'111v11ts. lust Sl'lllL'5lL'l' l1c haul 11x't'1' I'111'ty-live 1lctc11ti1111s whilc this sn-111L'stc1' lic l1:1s 1111ly liftcvii. l'iL'l'llC lficlcls still tI1i11l4s that "l1igl1fscl11111l lJl'CllU is ll I'11111'--year l1111l'. lI1111':11'ml l'lrll2lt'li is rllllflllg 11111 1111 his lA1lClik'It'l'I'll1g t'lll'L't'I'Q he lmcs tu1111is, Sully Scliwznrtz 11'11ul1l11't st-1'111 11:1t111'z1l witl11111I l1t'1' s1111lc :md 11111-1--111, 1 INPNIN I . - . l5ilfllll'C liL'l'g'L'I' 111'1'1'1' :1ll11ws Zlll 111111111At11111ty llll' 1l1s1111t111g :1 lmilll I11 11.lss. l':X'L'Il tl1c111gl1 "llilli1"' Nwltc liL'k'lP4 llk'l' l111yisl1 11111111-. shv has l1cQ11111c ltlllllllllt' i11 1111- way 111' 1111tti11g' l1v1' hzlir 1117. .Xlicc Scl1z1ll11cl4 was 1lisz1111111i11t1'1l x1'l11'11 shc l1c:11'1l that llL'lllN'I' liuily Yullcc 11111' liflllllllll Al2lt'NIlllll't' XX'Hllltl :111111111111'c 1111-1' thc new sul11111l l11'11:11lc:1st111g systvm. X:1tl1:111 Zk'lg'l'I4, 11'l111 t1'isvctc1l :111 Zlllgilt' :1l11111t 21 ykill' :1g11, has f111111cl t111t that it tulws :1ll thc Xluth 111 N111'tl1 lJi1'isi1111 t11 111'11x'c l1is I1'is1-t'ti1111. SEMESTER IV lt is11't zilwztys Wist' L11 cl11 lf11glisl1 :1ssig11111c11ts i11 :1 lit'I'IIl1ll1 class, lfwr ll I'11ll st:1tv1111'11l Ill- thc 4lil'fic11lli1's st-Q X111'111z111 SCllI't'llJk'I'. Yictwi' lic1'11v thinks ll1:1t "l111sI" !llWiljs 111c:111s .itll llI't'1lli.n llv was quita' l1t-wil1lu1'L'1l XYllt'll s111111'1111c l't'll'I'I'k'll 111 it 11s ll stzltuc. Yvriizt llillt'11 illltl Xlt-lx'i11 Xilllll l.I't'4Illk'llIlf' 1-x1'l1:111gg'c t'1111111li- Illl'l1ls i11 R1111111 310. lll'I'll1l llwlfu cl:1i111s 111 l1v Il I'2lk'lik'It'k'l'Q wt' w11111lt-1' 1x'l1:1I ha-1' 1'z1ulcL't is? Miss li11vIl1lxu 1'L'lik'I'N t11 IJ111'11tl1y llzulv, illlllt' lim-11's, :1111l lil" 1':111111' li11clv111:11111 11s thc llxulc, lJ1'cws, :1111l li111lc111z11111 t'111'11111':1ti1111. XX'1lllL'l' lic:111 l111s s111111- l'1I't'IlL'l1 t'llZlI'1lt'IL'l'lSllL'SI l11' is 11-iw' talk' 1lllXL'. H lt' llL'lt'11 'l'1'i111l11'1'g1-1' 11'1111I1l s1lX'L' :1ll llll' "wvlls" shv 11s1's i11 llt'l' 11-cit:1ti1111s, shc 1x1111l1l Sfltlll l1:1x'L' Z1 1'ix'v1'. l'iI'L'il I3111'11Nt1-i11 is 1f1'11i11g' 1111v1ic' l1c 'llNY'lYN l1c-1i11s his rcvi- t:1ti1111s with ":1l1." - N , . 1 1 . N , . . .Xl'tn'1' tw11st'111t-s11'1's 111' lil'I'll1illl, .I11t'11l1 llt1lIlICI' still insists that :1 11111111 1':111 l1vi11 tht- 1111111i11:1Iix't- g'K'l11lt'l'llllll i11 thc I-Ulllllllllt' msc. lt's 1111 x1'1111flm-1' tl1:1t X1'tl1111' liicsnr is Hlllfl l.I'lt'lllllf' with his 11ciggl1l1111's" 111 l11111l4l4u1-11i11gg' class, wl1c11 Xlt'llll11 llllltf is 1111s uf his IlL'1ll'K'St 11cig'l1l1111's. xlilfli l.:1 Kl:1ll':1 l1:1s lllI'llL'll 1-l'ti1'111i11:1tL-1 liv :111s11'c1's t11 tht' llilllli' I11111. . N Ilzlcu Kim lvl-Ill o TI111 T,111l,,1' 'V J. 'Q' N - A. ' ll XV atv? ' H, 'PJ' 2' -5 555.955 .iswgiggg N56 Q fag nga aff sua a G5 u A Aus i. ' 1. .1'f' Z Q ann? 1' From Top to Bottom: Semcsters 5, 5, 4, 4. 114775. 1932 llzgc Nfllelj-fb1'ee u 9 . ,, X gr1,iZaw TlQlllfll' ull1l'lM.l,lljUlg...,, --N' ' ilgu.,.,,,m, ' SEMESTER III Fanny llrice has cmnpetitirm, Bernice Bernstein is getting quite apt at singing "Bly Klan." lsadure lsenlmcrg stays in schnnl lung enough for the office tu get recurfls straightcncrl nut anrl then "quits" again. XYhy nut give .Xllan Stevensun a cigar sn he wun't chew up his fnuntain pen? Miss Bergen had llettcr watch her step sn that 'lack Kupers smith dues nut lannl her juli as algelmra teacher. Sidney Cuhn ought to he a gwncl singer some clay. llc practices every seventh hnnr. llenny llecker is callerl "Xlatchstick Benny" because he always sticks matches in slut machines. llmwmtliy Schuenke and lfllen Hunley take sewing and are new the bias-lmias iles, and lwias clatl Several huttuns have fallen nfl' XYaltcr Fisher's vest since he got an emlvlem fur wurk on a "g'yn1" team. Howard fkclani is still lrmlqiiig fur his live. A dancing class Ullgllt to he started fm' snphmnrmre hnys who say, "I 4l11n't know lniw lu clanccf' when they are askerl fu lmuy a ticket tu a schnnl rlancc. SEMESTER II Miss lfuley: "Richard Neiman, ywu may read the next sentence in Latin." Richard: "The scwuts mlestruyecl themselves lretwcen the trees." Miss lfwleyi "'l'hat's tem lracllu 'lihe day wuulcl lie spnileml fur lfyelyn llackl if she gut up um late in the mnrning tu make her spit curls. Miss Meyer: "XYhat is the French name fur p41tatnes?" Urln llcrringer: 'ASpurlsl" ls llarry llaasch taking llnnselniltl arts? Il'e nutice that he carries a small filing' case. "Sweet-swur, rlill, pigs' feet. pickleclsany pickle will do." says Margaret Fredrick. -lohn Pauler casts a wistful hunk at every pretty girl wlnl passes him. Kcrwin Schnnll is taking reducing lessons from Mr. Goetz and Mr. XVnlf. ,lnhn Maltsch. whu has strung arm muscles, likes to "muscle in" on homework papers. Tliere's Ilarwlcl whose lirother is Timmg Brother owned Z1 cycle so trimg Through traffic he sped, And now. he's in hed, This unfortunate boy called Timm. Page IN'fm'f3-fmn Thy Tuffy,- ,QW , 4. W A ' 1 A M P' W 'Q .. f . ff , 5' 9 S '59 V 'Q' EF? .J -Q Vs 13:15-G"g'a 909 if vm 43 2 'fi' fwf. 's " 91,3 's 2 5 '- I' , . e . ,, Q , ' 'v ' 5 I 'Q J"'iaY1f1kh'Q"35f:14.? ? a k? Q' 'G ,E 5' -G5 t 4 ,A .... NK..,K,.5, x Q1 Y! , 39555 hw! ' 3' ., -f . Xu 'tilt 3 " 3 5 '3"1?"' 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":', 'LE6"BuZfmar7 can swear 5 I Y o " to that as liek met - Q ZF ' K a e o o V Beatrice fairman A K X I . '.'f' NUM X VW 1 .-f,f "3 I .. V- N ol I W L- E qomm fiom bought . 1 A nnual , ..: -:..,,g:::gv mf V I P , James Doyle an-Muffin 4 no OPQPQ' 'fmfmw Holland could qualgfz Z?TS5fT?vV ' ,, , Convention' as the two cubs wzt CWM H E fx'-'33 canary accents'-4 mc fn w -- X f F X o VWQ, -P "" , ei. 1 , I ' I - " , e k , . ,,,, ff seems that - well y Q 1- ff J R 2:g..ie1E2'2EL the shock is foo much W - ff!1l?'?!2.l- for us! . --mi, Q- , 'fo , , L , If X 1 W :Z ,I RL H Ne? f A mwah w A .Ry f ' ' X' 5" W, ff: W , -. I, Q 3 .. Off! .luebfozzjedzfor - 0 J 5,,m e -fy of fashion llrzfsfor 5? 'U' , 'hm '5ll1'i.aWa2'5? - aan Zllencoes cv soles llnnmp, X, Y,1.,J I y Q 77 61lbermanIMofr1s1iot gum-f y,,...- ..iH.,,, Ma MEM M ME me break ofins 11 e sf" X- N e ff" 0,5750 mn manner when he orofze mio Mis ' V. U W H ! 4,10 3 page , X ' 0 Q f XSS' " e,e 4, , if of '2ze0f?e1esvfomm'1s 1-e.Uf' LL ' Qlormed in Me Daily 'gx--9:55-4 Aa' - ' , " A Snooze oz! Jd1lJfl6'U?ll27f , 'E,'g'fQ,'E in ' ' W511y'f+ M22 1 5 M025 f ,N W 1"'U "' . ' ':: "' , ? ..,o,. in it 'I JA V Ufnn Leibl, sobszsferj lzasalrnack KA"-55" 0f1?199f' MHZ' P077 WW' ms for Qeffinq scoops on the ant:-mobzle and is slzllsczzrmq latest crimes! Mecanarzes on eleventh .Street l'.14qu Nilluh-ellufff 'llfn 'llgflfu V wx K Y w Av ww ww V SN w iki-if-Lua u. 'ffl-L32 f'1'2'i'i5:iii,:gt N 'HI ,,,, -, tal ' X V W X , f E 5 , N E Z ff. 2 .-' - Xu W 1 X N Qxxxx 44 q r 1 S , A-,ga vw X. X if-ff 0 W N '-ff 4' W 1' - 'fpafiff -X qui? . .Hg Ji .VSY-kIi,i7:K 55 35 ,41 E, ' , , S M C' ,i, W ! ' ylwvi iw ' G -2 f . X 'I' 1. ' A XV" 'L X Qhllfnwlmvllill A ., 412,33 'yn' rqfff IM QQ, nw lr N xg! A 'XWW' if J, ff If 'v'Q f'5WZv '42, ww n :Tiki Y- Wg' Sy -X HS.-G mf- 'A 'Url x X Q i N H'-'h 1 4' ',f ,lI'fqk N Ni px lieu Q UN . 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Mwxf li y 1- XX O 1 wl fx fc i A wqxfyqi ,, . , ,xl- TATTLER STAFF Norman Kahl, l-llrlw Gordon Leader, .X-N1-:im liullr.-r ilip Bigelow, t'u'rul:ilmvv Marion Sfhimmelpfennig, l,in-:my Fannie Gordon, .Mlm-vimruu Yolande Ruwenhergur, l.-'villa Richard Marcus, l,lIcv',ux Marilyn Golrlwasser, lwmlx I.eRoy Bftman, .Xrliluxuw Eleanor Hultscli, 5--vwlivx Marlin Holland, Ilimx-in Xflxv-mx Mr, Newman Min Griffiihs Miss Conlan Mix., Rocthke l'.1,ql Um lllfm.'mJ lfu l.,f.' if cg l , ij X r F l ux x l . ,E ,.,?ry11f",, "'i5f7 llvH' wl'li.1ium-ny 'H-"" :lea-1...,,,u,.l,.' 9 6 LM ' X- ' 4 U F? TATTLER STAFF Edward Schmidt, lmczils Franklin Heine, l.1lm-rang Celia Dubrin, Alumni Francis Holan, llumm' Edith Samp, l.:u1gu:xge Margaret Dewitz, lixrlmngex Gladys Haack, Sncielics Charlotte Kaiser, lixchzmges Elmer Plischke, l'l1mf-urzupluer Harold Lamp, Art Robert Dumke, l'lmtugl':1pl1er ,Mlvisersz Miss Daly Miss Cropper Miss Otto Mr. Hassett une. 1932 Puge One Hundred One M HW HJ X X NX . If I : XI . 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B1 1111 1111111111111111 I 111111-1111 X11lI1'11 1X111111111111u, 111 11u'1'111x111.111 111111111111111 K 1 11111111 111 I11l11111111I11Ll 1111 X1lll111lll'11N 111 1111 111111-11 -11':11111f11111111 1' A 1111 1111111111-1-111111'w111111'11111111111-11111111111 11111 Xl11'1111. 1111111111-11111-11v 1x 1l1Q111 1111 111111111111 N1'11N1111. 1111- 111111111 11111111 L'Zll'11L1 11u'N1111111111':1111 11111 111111' 111111 1111111 1111111 11 I1 1111111 N111'1'1'N-1111 N111N1111, 111111 11111 lIIlI1'11 ll1l11lIl11N1' f 'W f 1111:RsoNN l l'111111'1.1. .1111.1.11.' 111111 111111111-I1 1111111111 I 1 111 11 111 11111111 I 1 1 Q 1 1 17111111 .1l.1'f111' 11111111 11l111111'1'1111l11, 11111111 11 11111111 11 1-1111111111 JN' 1 , 1'11111111'1 51111111111-' 111111151'11'141'1 151141111111 , '111-111: ,x,1,L1.11.','. 111111 1x1'11x1'11111N111 1 1 ' S1,1",x'11q1,11.f1'1 I1-1' 1111 X11111111,1C11111 1,1111.111 1-1111111111 1111111111111 J 51111111111111' X1 1'1'1- 51111, X11N1111 1111111111 111-1:11 11111111111111 111111111 1, 1 111111 13111111-13 7111111 X1111111111 X11-11111111 11111'11111'L111 1.11111111, XI.1x 1111111111111, 141111111 1111111111 I111Il11'11,111'1111I1111 12111111 1111111111 111111111 1.111111 011.11115 11111111111 111.111, XVI11' 11111111111 N 1111111111 X111'1111111g 1111111111 X111'111x. 1111111 1111111111 91'111'111'1111' 171111111 1,111'1'.111u' 11111111 x1111f1f.,'1,111'.'1.'. 111.111 1111111111111 X111 ,111111 5111111 11111 X11111 11111111 1111111111 1',11.'1.'.'L .1l.11.'.1 X1l1X 11 11 111111 11111.11111 11111111 10111111 11110111111 .111111111 12111 111111111111 11 11'1111.111 1' 1l1'11 111111111 X1 11111X 1'11111111'J111 111 1111'11-11.111 111111111 11-1111111111 11111111111 11111111 1Z1111111'11N.111'11 XI'11I111511I111111' x1111.l1I1 1 1111111111 111111111 1111111111111 '111111 1"111x111' ,1111111111111111 11l111X11111111' UM11' 111111-1 1111111111111 1f1111151111111111l1'I' IQ-1-1 Il1I1111g111 1111111111111 11 1N11L,1:11111 11111 IQ 11111111 XIL1111111 .X111111 1 11111111 111111111 111111111 111111- 111111. 11.1II1xN 11.11111 111,1'11 11111111111 X111111.11111 1:11 f..1,11,'1,'1,' 1,.,1j1 11111111 1x1111X11'11111'11111.111 1'11.11 111 1 1111111 XX '1. 111.11111 1g1111'11g1111u1x11' 1511 1 I 11,11 11.11.111 '1' K1-11111 51111 11.11'111111111 .X11X1111 111111,1. 151111111111 1111111 1x1111lIL11I'111 1.111 11111111 1N1.1 ll111 511I111,11,'11X,.111l,111111.'11 11111111- 1111-11111 1N1':1'111111 XX111llI'l1 'XX 1'...g 1x1111.1111,111111 1l111'11111':111 1111111111111 15111 H111 1l111,'..'11.l 1 1111 111111 1N11.11.11111 N1'111'1111111' 111 'l.1.'.'f 1 IIHE BAND SCHOOL BAND through its eyolutions on the gridiron lin .-Xrinistiee llay and other ini portant occasions, the hand appeared in .Xsseinhly ,X as an important part in uhith it L tthhshtcl in thc nrst yt ii of the program, Following the Cllslo - .XI - . , t- -2 of its existeiiee, the band played inany concerts at Roosevelt Alunior High School and the grade schools of our district, ln April, a select group ol players journeyed to Grafton and reeorclecl the new sehool song, "North Division Loyalty," for sale in the school hook-store, Un May Z0 and 21 the senior and junior hands together with the orchestras and choruses par ticipatcd in the tournament of the newly-tirganizecl liastern XN'iseonsin Music Association. This report is written too early to include the results of this contest, Alto Saxophone: .' Charles Walter fSergeantl Gilbert Kenitzer Cforporall Clarence Scholl Tenor Su.w1plmnei.' Calvin llerpner Rose Aaron Barilone Saxoplaone: Arno Michaelis QSergCantJ Barroani 5 Dave Hootzin fforporzlll Nvallacc Kehrein Cofnetx: Otto Kraschinsky Jack lionnett Edward Brandt tSergcantJ Henry Larson tSc-reeantt Emeline lfdehnan tforporalj Clarence Witte Trumpei s 5 Fhner Alahneke Joe lianyer Frank Rauchscliwalhe Frank Nt-meth Dolores Kappel Harm,- vlack l.echner Harold Rupprt-clit CSL-ret-zuitj Anita Switxl-ty lliorporalj Gladys Huln-nthal Q51-rgeantl Richard Marcus Rae txlbllillllhtlll Ruth Klinkzt Williani Stn-ek Barilfnlcn .' Sylvia Katz fSt'I'14t'2lIlll Bud Golclherg Ctiorporall june, 1932 l.oi'raine Schlader TVOVIIIIOIIBN .' Max Hottinan Frank Schmidt Cforporalj Henry Rlaueh -loseph Mt-karl Philip Altschul Charles Howe Bvlllillf lfueene llannerman 'lhoinas llean CSergeantl Arthur Rochol tSergeantl Gordon Rlerz CSerg'eantJ Harold Uttenstein tforporalb lili Sires tforporalj Raymond Rrushaher l'eter Golclinan String Bu.f.ref.' l'eter Ochs Norman Seelie Slltlft' Drum: Rolbert lloncl Bam Drum .' XYilliam Churches Donald Sass Cy fubtzlf ,- Louis lipeles 'l'yf1p,u1i.' Roland Neel: tSt-ret-anti Ralph Kingsbury .Y'1IflAf7b0714'i.' Robert llond Xyilliam Liliurehes ll.11'pi,- Grace XYollsohn teorporzill Norma Meyer Page 01142 Illlfldlflf 171 Q ll GJ 1- 1 P ' if Y ' A ' , ' .L ll ... 'vifif -1 'l ll llIll,l-l'3',"'- Y' A "' , J 'i" -.. .1 'V Flin Annual Glnnrvri nf thr Banh 'lll1Qhlg'l1 light 111' thc lbilllll yn-:11' ww lllk' 11l:1yi11g'11fll11- Nl'Yk'l1lll llllllllill CtlllCL'I'l in Krug ll:1ll 1111 .l:11111:11'1 22 11111 l:11'g1- 111111 L'I1lllllN1- ustiv 1lllillL'lll'l'. 'llllk'lbI'11g1'l'1lHl l.IPlllIXY5I l. 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"Xl:11' :1111l Nlxu "',,,,,,,, Xll'111'1l lQ11l11-1-1 Imml :1111l xxlllllillll l'l1111'cl11-N .X1'1'1111111:111ivcl hy lllt' ll:1111l ll, l'l1:11'z11't1'1'iN1i1' l":111:1tfi:1, "'lll11- l":1i1' 111 Si11ig:1gli:1" ,,,,,, ,,,,l"iIlipz1 l1111i1l1-11I:1lz11'1mr1li1111s1-I11l1x' X'i1'gi11i:1 'l'1'11g111:111 IH. ,. ,. ,. . Xl:1rcl1 l'111:1l1-, "lh1' XX1w1111N111 Fclnwl ll:1111l" ,, llm-1'g1'i111 PJAQ1' Um' Hlnzdrul Six' 'l'f11 'lfztllur .wr U if lf, ' -an ' . lllffrpf "-, .. fl ' l ,,,i e l ,,- -s Q ' , lfafmgnfy ll Hp lfllfL.1gll Mary Cheek Helen Paykel Annette Guenther President Yieefl'resimlent Sceretary-'l'rezisni'er EL CTRCULO ESPANOL Adviser: Miss Altabe The Spanish Club has presented entertaining as well :ls edu- eutiunzil programs during this last term. Musical numbers, plays, Spanish dances, games, talks, and slides on Spanish speaking enun- tries ennstituted the foundation for ezieh program. The zznnuzxl Spanish Club dnnee proved tu be :in interesting und sueeessful enterprise. The elub extends its most sincere wishes tu its graduating members. First semester officers: l'resident .......... ..... ' lil'IHll1ZlS llezin Yieevllresident ................. ...... D Inek XYilsnn Secretary and 'lil'CZlSL1TCI' .... ...... ll 'lziry Cheek june. 1932 Ilzge Um' ffIHZd1'L'l1 Sezyu gm mi ll 1 A Q , C 1 A 'fi gi .L 1 4- s Jo, w ,l .1 "5-. riw..,.+ -- THE BOYS' CLUB Senior Advisers: Mr. Witte, Mr. Karlson junior Advisers: Mr. Damuth, Mr. Keith .Xt the very lirst nieeting, the spirit of the o1'g:il1iz:itiini was shown hy the large ninnher of nienihers present. The meeting was inztrlcecl hy it tzilli given hx' Nlr. Sites ol' the Y Xl Li X rin Yuri tiunzil tinimlzineef' llis talk was :1 preliininziix intrwclnetnin lu the 4 , Quiilzinee llI'tlg,fl'1llll which eonsistecl of tzillqs hy thirty lwivwlesslmizil men ztnil women, i'epi't-seiiliiig' thirty fliilerent 1n'fft'essii-tis, These trillcs were ut' great henelit tim zthunt three lnnnlreil lugs :incl girls heenuse they :ticleml theni in elm-isiiig their x'iie'1tnm. Other features uf the meetings were the "Stunt il l ni Ilohhv l'I'41'I'Z1lUS.iv 'l'he lzttter was niznle aussi - S 1 llllt llj the emlirelxitwii ul the inenilmers who were willing tu Jtppezir hefore the eluh :intl illus- trzite their hirhhies hy short tzillis. X lmsltetlmll :lnrl trzielt -linner was given in lwinir 411' our athletes for their sueeessfnl SC'1litrI1 in the two sports. .Xt this clzite, the ineinhers :ire ziiixiuiisly ziwztiting' the zinnnnl picnic. This in :in event whieh is eriggerly limlteml l-lIIiXY1lI'tl to heexinse of thc Certziin feeling ul' fellowsliip whieh is :ilwrrxs prexttlent when the Boys' Cluh meets, llnring' the hrst hzilt' uf the yezir the ollieers were :ns Iiwllirwsi llzirry l.nehtwn' Ray Fiseher ...,, Xliziril Zinnner , XYilliztni Xlnth .,.,.,t,,,,, lliiwiiril Klwrtensiin lfflwuril Rzultlce .,,,,,, lnsepli llineheliIl'e ...,. llerhert Dietz ,,,,,,,. Senior Division Junior Division liuhert l'lneli ....... ,,., . ,,,.,,,, l'resnlent ,HX lm t - l il't'iltlCIll' ergeztn Seeretziry l'reznsnrer t :it .Xrnis 'resilient ,MX iee-l'resiilent Nornizin Zinsineister ...,...,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,.i,, ,,,,,,i , , sei-gegin The s ' wllieer. twr the seewnil semester were :ns liilli mrs: Xxiilliilill Rlfll1I'llllSL'll lYilliz1m llnth ...,,,,,.i Kenneth flletzler ,,,,,,, lluwnrrl lliehert ........ llzirry Jussi, lieiirge I .Iwscph llinehelilitie Norman .lztnsen XYilliilTI1 Sehutler ,,,,. lfzirl Yun lfrtlen ..,.. 'Inhn l'ziuler .....,,,, Page Om' Ilnrzdwd Elgin Senior Division .Seeretxiry l're:isnrer t-:it .Xrnls 'resitlent ,,,X'it 'e-l 'resitlent ..,.,,.,,,Seeretziry Qwgiiislie .,..,,.... , .,,.,,,, ,, ,heigeqint junior Division Trezisnrer N :il .Xrnis lil't'5l1lL'llt .HX nt-I'res1flent .,..,,,,..Seeretztry Sergezin Vrezisnrer t :it-.Xrnis Tfit T.1lIlw' 9 N Z 111 K 101165 4 It' 3 'Vfgff " YI'l VJJh'-gf.-f wfr' n aar... , ., nm:-1 BOYS' CLUB Top to Bottom: Officers, Senior Group, Junior Group. urls. 1932 lizgr Om' Hlnidrvd Nmv .71 Sa-1x - L V 1 A 'I 1 " 11 1 , 1 101 1 1,11 ,, , 1 -1 1 AVL A '1 Ilu 1 '1 7' .11." ' ,,iu11. , ,f A"' mn 1:- Ilon K111c11c1'z1 1711111 Cowcn Annu Sawitflsv 1'11'-1111'111 X111-1'11's1111'111 N1'1111'1.111 THE CHEMISTRY CLUB Adviser: Miss Brown lC1c1u11 U11-1h1 111' 1s1111'1 1111- 1111'1111s11'1 111111 1111s 11111s111-11 :1 111111'11111g1111 s:111s1.11'1111'1' 11':11'. 1'.X1'1'X 1111-111111-1' 11':1s Q1'1':1111 11111-1'1's11-11 111 1111-1'11111.:11111 11111111 111-st "111 1'1'1':111'. 1-111'11111':1g1', :11111 I111l111111111L111 11111'1'1's1 111 1'111'1111s11'1, 5 111IN NL'I1Ik'w1l'1', 11s z1111':11s, 1111' 111'11u1':1111s 1111' 1111' 1111-1'1111gs 11'1-1'1f 111111111 Ill 1111- 1'11111'y11 111 I1-:1111'1's 11'1111111:111111'111111111.1111111111s1'1.11'11111s I111'II11lL'1'S 111 1':11'1'1' 11111 1111' I1111I11lk'l'S. .Xt 11111' Xl1I'11 ll 1ll1't'1111g, :111 1I11t'I'L'5l111g 1:1111 11'1s "'1Xt'l1 111' 171111 1.5 - 1i1111'111'1':1 1111 "S1111111'111' 111-111s." .X1s11 111 1111s l1lL'L'111Igj. 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A Wf'1 5 .4 , 1 . 1 1 11 X lj! 1 111 11.35513 u-val: wg-Q V 1. 1119! .111 Fred Benedict Margarcl Schuette Florence Bandurc 1'1'cs111c11l Ylcc 1'11's1111-111 Seme1z11'yfl'1u:1s1111'1 DEUTSCHER VEREIN Adviser: Miss Raetzman .X111 13. .X111'11 112111111 1111' 1'111 s11111' 11111z11t1'1'11'111's l'1'11g1':1111. 11111 'X1i1111'111'11 111111 f1I'L'1 1111111011 gZl11L'Il 1-1111' 111':1111:1t1s1'111- .X11t1411111A1111g' , . . . ,' 1. , . .. 4. . - . 1711- 5c11111z1'- 1111 1x1'st:1111':111t, Zw1'1 N1:1111'111'11 111':1111:111s11-111-11 1-111 1,11'11, "11:111s 111111 1.11's1'1." 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'I '- L- M .illrliffj X Y HJ' i""1Iml ,, ll 'R ' 1 w 1 Bernadinbc Cronin Helen Mueller Erna Schostag Virginia Zaxdcr l'lz-Nulcut Yin- l'lL'NislL-111 N-rrn-t1u'y lu-.lxuvul GIRL RESERVES Adviser: Miss Vinnedge "lim-1'yxx llL'l'l'. IllXY1lf'S. in suuxllilug in slwzulmvg in -iq. in flis Zlllllvlllllllltllll 111 Nlll-ww, 111 mlctn-1113 wa-. llu- lnrl lil-NL-1'xl-N. lwullmx llu- llll'1llll..H 'lllxiw is wllzll was lmvv llL'L'll Uilgtxl' In flu fm' llu- pm ja-1111 'flu' Illllllj' ilm-1'cstingvu-11h rm- tm, llllIllCl'l'llS lu nu-ntilm. lmut Mmu- ut' llu- "l1ig'l1-liglmlf WL-1'v ilu- lli Y l'z11'ty. XlZllk'llllllL' llllflf' llirl lin-sl-1'x'v Slllqu-lx, mul. lzxwlly, LU tmp ull' tlu- liar, tlu- Xlutlu-r :uul ll2lll"'lllL'l' llzml un-t. bv l 'l'lu- wilt'il-L-lx ffl llu- lint NL'lllK'SlL'l' wcrl- llc-tty SCllL'l'I', pu-:-icln-Int, lla-ln-11 Klum-llc-V, x'iu-'pu-wllln-1113 lfxclyn Ilmsclm, M-V11-l:11'y 3 Nlilw liulu-Vis. ll'L'2lNlll'L'I'Q :mul XllI'g'llllIl Klu-slim-, wcrilu-. "ll mum- wa- lwll Wu TINY lu luv llu- ll--'lu' 11 mum' wx- l'ul wa 1 . . 1 , N , . , llgllt again tw win: uv Q-:mn-It lu- lmu-ly, xxx- wlllllll tug-ctlu-V: fnnll Xurtlm lm l1ll'll1K'Nl Nlulll. ll'HIll l',llFl 11+ mllstzml Wm-NI, HIIVN IS ilu 51111-st qllc-Nt." P.1,ql Um- Ilnmlulf lwffmlu 'IV'-L Ylrllllr Hi .- " :nur 0 uv N . D In ,. .V ,A-V X ,qggilrw .' ,-,'.,fg' 1" Ilwulllpf ,illlilw Y V l llllllih! 1'1"-" ""'unn ul I .,, , Y ig' " . li: U -A A 1 i--'M "Tf'f'- f'-1-L2- I ' ' -- ' ' l 'kiln . W ,W K ,, E' 'ji , - A LQ.: if ': fi 'J V ' J? ' 1, I 7 'L fl ig Q . .E , 3 1 ,L jzf A 5- Q F i H 4 i ' ,U A 'J gvlqk : " 'E ' '- X" I . i ik- ' iiimfw ,, , Charles Hansen Arthur Nell John Cheek Willard Walker Vrcfimlciil Vice-l'i'eN:1lw1r Scrrclziry 'l'1'e:isii1'ui' THE HI-Y Adviser: Mr. Gee Tha- Kluulnlcrs' lIifY has curhlilvlcml ziiiiillwr NIICCCSSI-lll wL'IllL'S' tcr. Sucizil events :xml zithlvticf wvrc' thc mzzin iwsucw im thi- pri,- grzlms fur the scnivstcr. Klzmy pznrlicf were liclcl-um' with tha' Girl lin-sn-rvcs :mil si tliczilri- ll1ll'Ij'. Mk zuiymic uf thc victims fur ilifimriiizltimi ccmccriiing thi- infurmzil ihitizitirm. lizislcctlmll wi-nt mx-r hig with thc chili mcmhcrs. 'l'hc tczim tmilc part in thc' 5L'Illl-llllillh in thc Cfllllllf' t41i1rn:1m1'nt. Much in- tcrcst was also 5ll1lNYll in lmsvlmxill, Thy uimlmiiwfl cluhf nf thc uvuhly Cmipcrzitcml in giving' hmtlmzill :incl lmzislictlmzill lmzuirlucts, llllmlitftllllll twurnzmicnt, zmcl Il mnmmwlli :ill-city clzmcc. 'lihc Si'lllL'StL'l' clmcfl with thi- Zllllllllll picnic :lt Gump Kliiiilqami. First SClNL'rIL'l' wlticciw wcrv llwwzml liustcrmmm, lll'L'5lllL'lll: llill iXlHl1l'lll1SCl'l. viuv-prwiflciitg .Xrthur Xcll, SCC1'Ctill'y1 :md Qilizirlvs llzmwcn. t1'L':lw11rc1'. ,Iumn 1093 I'.,',1gq Om' Hlzmffud lfiftwfl Q 1 A. li' f P lf , -. I X 2 UA Y V if .. V. .AL CIW-' 4 ' H h 5 i'lfff. V Ll . -mwfw V M" "--1-1.. , TA , ...-ff 1., I Y. , , ,W Wnim ,., .W4 Evelyn Erich Arlync Lawrence june Patten Pearl Bglilirig Muriel Lcweck l'it-suleni Yivi-fl'1cs1iIt-iii lion-iitliiip: Fwy ftvilcsp-txulixig N-i' y I :ui-iiivi' THE GIRLS' CLUB Advisers: Miss Perkins, Miss Sherman, Miss Bergen, Miss Luker, Miss H. Campbell, and Mrs. Nyberg Tlu- llirls' tlluli lixts unicliiilcil zinntlu-1' siicci-sst'1il yt-ctr. 'l'lut Cluli lifts :ittciiiptwl til lim' up til its :tinis tif pimiiititiiig' fi'u'iully spirit ztnimig' its nu'mlu-rs, tit' ilu-sviitiiig oiliivzttituizil :is wcll :ls 1'cL'i'c:1tiui1:tl p1mg'i':1iiis, :iiul nl rviulciwiig sL'rx'u'i' tu tlu' scluuul. 'flu' twu ilivisimis. tlu' sviiitii' Ullllv :mul tlu' jiiiiiwr clulw, vwiisist ul girls Irwin M'l1l0sTi'lN tlircc tw uiglit :iiul mu' tw tum l'k'SIlk't'llX'k'ly. The timtzll nu'mlu-rsliip fm' tlu- NClllL'Sil'l' is lim' luiiulrccl. Ull'icc1's fm' lust wt'1lll'NIk'l' wt-iw Ruth llit-imlf, pi't'siilciitg livrilzt liltisv, vico- prcsitlciitg l.t-iiim' Ywlliiiiziii, 1'cci1i'iliiig' sL'L'I'Cl1lI'j'1 Klint- l,lIllt'I', cm'- I'CSINrllllillg' sct'l'a'tzii'yg :tml Gantt Xclim. ll'L'1l5lll'K'l'. .X siiiniiiziry tif tlu- l7l'1lgl'ZlIll fm' tlu' ycni' slum- tlu' X'l1l'llill5 IXIICS wt' l'lliL'I'lZlllllllk'lll Iiigli scluml girls :irc czipzllmlc ut' ini't'sviitiiig.1'. Miss .Xllvii nt' tlic Y. XY. if .X. ilvliglitcml Us lust 5L'lllL'5lQ'l' with :1 slictcli ut' blzniwztn. wliilt- Kliss liiulvris tif tlu' llliiiiivipail licciwziliuiizil Dl'll1ll'flllL'lll st:1i'ti-il 'mr lmwwiit Sk'1I1K'rIk'l' inf imug'1':1i1is with :in iii- tt-rvstiiig tznllx in wliivli slu' ggztvt- IIN :iii iilm wt' lu'1' "juli," :ts slu' Czillt-rl it. 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I"'l' V ,EA ""'fIur THE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE Adviser, Girls: Miss Henika Adviser, Boys: Mr. Sims 'l'l1l- l.C1lllk'I'5lllll l'll1ll'u1'n'1ivv, wliicll urnsisls ul' lull sttllll nm' fm' lwis :mil zllwllwi' flu' girls, is ll mwx' lvul xc-ry ilm-rnsti ,Qllllllllllllll :ll Xfvrlli llixisum Illglm Srlnml. llu-1m'mlw1'smul 111 cir 11-slwrlix 1' Qflrlllrs lluriug tln- lllrxrll lwmy lun-fli Luigi-Ilia-1 llli tlin-11 mlisruss suvli lwpivs :ls ul,t'ZlllL'l'5,H Uljilzllillcznlilms :ff lmzuln s Willy l.L'1llll'lAS,u "Sm-lvvtillli llll l.v:uln'rs." "X'z1l11n' lvl' 1.1-mlm s 9a'1'x'ivn'," "l"4li1' l'l:l5," "l'v1's+111:llily," "llw11111 U :mil llw lilll ln mclcl' lu lu-lwnm' il vzlmlillzlln' lm' 111c111lw1'sl1ip 1 stulll-nl mu I lla Qllllt'l' :l 1:11-silln-111 ln' gm mgzuiizgllillil :+V ln 1'n-ummm-lllli-ll lu ilu Ilt'llllf. Ilu- immmlmvrslllp lllflllllkls l1'c'slm1m'11. 5lllllll!llllll'l'5, jumrw lllll 5l'llll fl 5. 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A it . ff , m'i.p0J' hi' , egg! 'uf , lllliu'-swf . 1 law-...,,, , THE STUDENT COUNCIL Adviser: Mr. Chamberlin This year the Student Council is operating under a new plan. Ifach lloor has a council of its own. consisting of one representa- tive from each small assembly and two from the large assembly on that floor. One representative from the large assembly acts as the chairman, and the other as the secretary. The six members from the three large assemblies, "A," HB." and "C," compose the inner council which decides on the business and activities to be discussed at the meetings of the three groups. The duties of the representative from each small assembly are very diversihed. They consist of reading the weekly bulletin aloud in the homeroom, informing the inner council ofthe absence uf any student because of serious illness, computing the percentage of absentees, and listing the scholarship records for the assembly. This plan has been highly successful, for the students in the small homerooms are thus well represented and can be reached more easily through their student council member. The first semester officers were: Semester I ,lune Patten ...........,.,.. ,,,.,,,,,..,.,,,..,..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, I ' resident NYilliam hlohrhusen .... r,.,,.,,,,,.,,.,.. X 'iee-President .llllllL'5 lieig .... .... . .. .......... Secretary and Treasurer Semester II ,Xbove officers served throughout the second semester with the exception of Vlames l.eig. Meta Seeberg took his place. june. 1932 Page One Ilnmhed Nirzezcen ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT-JUNE 10. 1932 Hlil Ill ill! 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I- I H SCHOOL ORCHESTRA CYOY lit Violins X' Abe Meltzer VVm, Lex Hyman Colm Everett Vtech: Leo Kimmel Elmer llahlke Ruth Kesting Sadie Moskol Orville Check l' 2nd Violins George Luy Ilerbert Pueschel Byron Boehringer Glen Parker Howard Pollark Robert Luike qi Natalie Lamhersky 5 Ann Fillinger Josephine liausline Lydia Scaife First Sopranos Olive Zunker Dorothy llrake Ruby Brill Margaret XYeissenburn Hazel Jagow Myrtle Kurth Dorothy Vogelsang Dorothy M atchulat Virginia Vl'iedenlmeft Iilda Boldt' Jane Johann Second Sopvanns Clara Vlfitt Erma D'aoust Ruth Fischer Violet NVeishrirh LaVernc Pape Ruth Schlegel Josephine Linke THE ORCHESTRA nnlns Minnie Knupnw Norman Kalil Robert lllian Jane lirrlnian Margaret Schuctte Sara Gnlrlenburg Fannie Silverstein allot Annella Tnepfer listher VK'erkmucller June Patten llenrietta VK'iegman Ella Schacht Beatrice Stillerman Ella. Sandnr Flnttw llnmtlly Mueller Arnnn Schmidt .lnsepli llinclirlifle Uhutx llave lllazer Ruth Snnnenburg Englxili Hum have Glazer Cluviviutx Morris Sires Leu Gnren Elm nu nt Ilave llrmtzin XYallace Kehreir 'ring Bins Peter Oehs Nnrnian Seelig Rose llnrkin limlyth l'lntkin Fvrnrh Horns Jack L Gladys echner llubenthal l larold Rupprecht Anita Switzky A CAPELLA CHOIR Fr Margaret Kustere X aleria Lancin ml 'Tenure Otto Krascliinsky Thomas llnan llaroltl Klnmp XYillisll1-icliarflt Suit nd Tmnwi F Rodney Srlnien Ralph Kingsbury Glenn Parker VVilliam Lex ,mx Bam: Harold Rupprecht I I yman Colin llamltl Gerlach lloward Olsen Charles llnflinan Marvin l'a0gclnw IZ Tvnnlpatx OttnKrasliii1sky lidwartl Brandt 'l'1uv1ibnnm Max lloflman Frank Schmidt llenry Mauch 'Tuba 'l'hmnas Dean 'Tvmpam Ralph Kingsbury Donald Sass Drums Robert Bond Havpr Grace Yhvnlfsnhn Norma Meyer Second Bones Leo Kimmel Albert llaller Abe Meltzer llarry Jussi Richard Stuht Robert Boyles First Altos' Virginia Bennett Lydia Scaife Audrey NYintermuth Virginia llagenian Johanna Schmidt Gertrude Antlrasen Scrnvtd Altus Eileen Altliaus Marie l'aesrhkc Margaret llnnsen Louise Vrilknian lJnrotl1yNV. Klein Emily Koran' 1147162 1932 Page Om' Hfzfldfed Twenlyrnxc v 9x,,. .. ' 5 , " x , J- I X ' by! I 1 XV 1' ,Wm -,. gl PL 1 N. ' 'bs . - ' ' f-HJ 7 ' . l'.1gL Um ll.wf,'.fzL.1 I I.L'1fVf11 'f I f . l.:,'.'f 1 EZ O I U 42 -I .-I L1-I 41. 4 U ft Ld I l-' 9 V ., 'fy llfvv 'L ' u1W'l'lAlHl l . l ' 'wl l3l.l,l,1'um.,.y 4--"' :lin-i,.,, ..-KM .- -- - --F7 -,- --3.1- H4., Charles- Staadt Edwin Larsen Franklin Heine Howard Richer! Preslrlcnl Vice-l'rcNulcnl Serra-lilly 'I'1'ezlsnrer PHILATELIC SOCIETY Adviser: Mr. Bergeim Tlic llliilnu-lic Socicty half thc s:ltlfI':1cti1111 uf lmuving cimlinnlctcwl unc nf the must SLlCCCSsl'lll 5L'lllk'NtK'I'S uf activity in its lnstury lfmler thc SL1llQI'YlSlllIl nf El c:np:1lmlc spmism' nncl cmnpvtcnt inflict-rs keen interest was rlcvclwlmccl znmmg thc nn-inlmcrs which mzlflv pow sible the success uf our :mnuzll cxlnlritifmf-tlic main fcznturc :mal pride of our 0I'g1lIllZIltltlIl. Thig month mznrkccl thc last ul' um' nu-c-tings fur this sct1u'stc1' and nur Il1CHllJCI'S cxtcnrlccl :in invitzltiwn In stump cullcctnrs wlm mm' tecl ll1CllI1C1l tu win tht- l'l1il:1ti'lic Swuictv next sclncstcr :xml shzlrc in thc uppurtunity :mil lJlC'2l5lll'L' which itizlfhfrmla. june. 1932 limi Um Ilnmltd 'I'zr't'r1l1-lbvu IU-Q1 0111 lI1n11f111f 'l4111r1l1-111111 'lm 'l'.1 W 'Y 1. 1 S5311 V' V' Q- 1' 11 I ' 11 1 0 L 1 I 11" '11, A 1 4111.,M,,,1.,m11':1"'1f""1a11Ex 1'11?111'g111?15'1 "i1:1: ," 17'1111' f-V . 32 -11 wing 'M fs awk-gg u wi 1 Annc11z1 Tocpiu Vuginia 221111111 111111111 L1011nwm l'11--1111-11 51-1-1111.111 l1':111111v THE MATHEMATICS CLUB Adviser: Mrs. Conroy 11111 1151111-111411111 111111 1111111 111 'f1A1'f11L' :111 11111-1'1'X1 111 111111111 II1Ll111'N .11111 1111111111 111111 111'1'1:w:11'1 .1 11111111'11'11g1'111'111411111-111.1111'N 1 111 11111'1'11-1'1 11111 1111: 5111111-111 1111-1111111 1l'1l11l1'1'N111 1111' 111'11g1':1111N 1111N 11-111' 111'1'1-1'1-1'1'1':1111111g11 111111111-111x. 111111. :11111 1'1-111111131 X111-11.111 11.5 111-111111111 1111- 11111-1111111 1111A 111-N11111'11.111.'11 111l'1'L'N1'1l11'N1L'I'5111 X1Q1-11171 111111 11111 N1'IlI1'N11'1'X 111 111-1111111111 1111111111 111' 111g1111- 1-1111111111 11111. 1111' g11I11'111g11111 N111l' 111111. 1111- N1111l' IA1111' 1111A 11111'1111111'111 1111N N1-1111w11-13 111111, .11 11-:111 .1 114111 111 1'Xl'1'5 1I11'L'1111Q 11:11 N111-111 111 11':11'11111g 111111 11111N1'11. XII 11111111111 11IlXII1Q 111111'111' 1111111 1'1'1-11111 111 111.11111'111:1111'N :111 1-11g11111-1111'1111'111111-1' 1111 , X11 , 1111- 111'N111-1111-N11-1'11I111'1'1'N111'1'1' X1:.1'g:11'1'1 11411111-111'111,111'1'-1111'111 X111L'l'1 171'111'111'11, 111'1' 111'1'w1111'1112 X11'g111' x1l'fK'1A, N1'1'1'1'1g11'x1 1 11111111111 I 111111111-1. 111111'11:111N1. 1 1111 H111 Q xv n W ,yt -4 N I ff... 'Ol ,L . l fu ,r..- 4.,, iwvqfztli-- ' - lv-W mv , X 'Nina if A wi iff Y I xl ukir-f f .-v1"' "-fu if. , lll Xl A I 3 'nl at ..,T,.C.,.ma svula uv-u l F .un t Y iff Thomas Kemp Josephine linlc Audrey Siehr l'r'r-Nnir-ill X'is't-fl'vr-mln-111 5ccxct:n'5'-'l rezniiic THE TENNIS CLUB Adviser: Mr. Warner XYht'n thc' cull wvnt nut fm' ti-nnis this slwing. nlmut wixty-live lmnys :nnl girlw l'k'blJUllllL'fl. .X tunnis clnlm was m'g'ztnizccl with invct- ings nn thc at-mml :mnfl ffwnrth XX'mli1cs4lz1ys nf tht- month. The Ibl'lIN1lI'y purpwsc wt' thu ulnlv is tw sclcct lwys' :tncl girls' tcznns fm' iiitcr-claws cemipctitiem. ln znhlitinn In this, intcrcwting clisvusfiwnis uf thc rulcs and tha- ltistnry wt tt-nnis :irc givcn :tt thc I'k'QL1l1ll lin-ctiiigs. llnring thu pmt tml sn-:lst-in, nnr Inns' tt-:nn has had thc vcry cxccllcnt recurcl uf rL'X'L'1l inzttuln-s wnnv :nnl unc- lust. out ul' :1 twtzll 411' t-ight plztyt-rl. Fm' this fm-Jnwii, night inzttcln-s have hut-n :1r1':n1g'ctl. :tnfl wc trust that thc niuinlwrs ul' tht- tvznn will uplnmlil thc very vxccllciit rccrml fit' tha- past two sczlsfnls. june. 1932 Page One Hundred Tuwrllvi'-fre 'Q E . M1111 11111fE1W1 , .,'ii".:? E111 1 Otto Rauchschwalbe Margaret Iloestcrman Marion Meyer Harvey Le Dain l'11-11111-111 Y11'1'1'11-11111-111 I-1-1-11-11111 111-.1-1111-1 THE DRAMATIC CLUB Adviser: Miss Foley 11111'i11g 1111- 111'N1 S1'Il1l'S1k'IA. 111-51111-5 1111- 111'11g1'11111x 1,4l1' 1'11111 1111-1-1 111111111111 111111 111 11 111111 111111111 111 1111-111'1111111:111111, XX 1- 11'1-1'1- 11111 111 11-111-111' 1111- 111211, 'TX 11l'L'1Y1I111'111. 111'11i11f" 1111' 111115 1-1ll11 111 "X 111111 11111-1' 111r 1111 1'X'k'Il1Ilg' 1111-1-111111 1114 1111- '1'11'1-11111 S111-1-1 1'111'1-111 '111'111'111-rw' ,X:zs111'111111111. 111 11t'1'k'lIl1lL'I', 111 Krug 111111. 1111- 111l1l'1L'l'l 11111111111 141lI'151I11!15 111111 11111 111'1-S1-1111-11. 11115 111111101 111111. 1171.111 1'111'1a111111x L'111111 1111111-s 111.11 1111s il 111'111111111z11111111 411- X111111 11Sl1L - st111'1, "1'111'1s111111s." 111 -l111111111'1', 1111- 1'L'1fll1111' 111111-11-111' 11Jll'Ij 1.111 Q1'Jlf11I1l11Il1.I 1Nl'1ll111'l'S 11111 111-111 111 1111- 1'111'1-11-1111. '.1111K' 11r11g1'11111f 1-HI' 1111- 51-1'111111 X1-1111--11-1' 11'1-1'1- 171- 1'111'11-11 1-11111111 11'1. 1'1111N1s1111g 111 111-1'11111111111111N. 111111N 1111 111'1111's, 111-1111--', s1111-1- 51'1-11 5 N 1-11, 111111 111111-1' 1111111-N 111- 1l1lk'1'L'51 111 1111- 111111111-1111 V1x1Yl1 1'11w1111111- 111111N 11'1'1'1- 1I1X'k'I1. "'1'111- 111111111111 111111" 111111 "111-IN1' Huw 111111 1111- 1'1121g '1'111-.111111- 1 1 1 '-1 1 ' '11 -1 ' 1JlI1X 11111 111111N1l11 1111111N1111111 11111 1111111111111 111111 111'11g1'11111N, 1'111'11rs, 111111 111111'1- 1'111'11f. l'.111 H111 ll1111'1l11J 'l111111'1-1,--1 l1'11 'l'1,1,'g,"11 111115. 11'1- 1g'1111- I1 H11k'1l 111111' 1-1111111-11 M'111IL' K11-1111'i111- 51111111 111 1 1111 1111 il 5 is 1 ' iv b ' fn ,fpli'f.f" llllrffm' M t ,t i -'5li" u..' KIWJ W ? 'lllluw-1-Q4--""' 'law-l.,.... ' M" iii i it ff Qff' -il ' . V ',.N,'f:'-ATT,-44 Fihll .Aviv 'N ta l 5, . " 9 l . l 'v ' 5 'hifi l l i . 'jf' iff if Edmond Schwan Anne Sawitzky G!arlys Prusche Max Nelson Sheldon Shapiro l'rv:-irlent Ywc-l'rcsiflv:iit Sn-tielavy 'lifrasuicr Sgt.-ai-,Xinis THE FORUM Adviser: Miss Mills "l'rugg'rcss" is writtcn in lmlcl type mwcr tlic rccurcl uf tln- l"m'uin for this past year. Our activitics-csscntially the samc as thrust' of IJI'CYlULlS years --clclmating, uratury, clcclaniatiwn, L'XtClllll1bTZlI1CHllS speaking, and rcacling, haw' been participatcfl in with an intvnsilicd intcrcst that has lmccn must gratifying. Spccial satisfactiun is rog- istcrml in thc incrcascrl attcntiun shown in rlclmatiug anil in thc cnthusiasni cvinccml in cxtcinpurancuus spcziliilig, Varliainclitary drill has also aclcla-ml Ztrkt tu club intcrc-st, as wull as prmiding' incin- lmcrs with inclispcnsalmlc infurniatiou for the proper cimcluft of formal grmip int-ctings. Ruth still: ancl cnscnilmlc musical numlmcrs have aclclcml to thc cultural value of thc pmgrams. Our sccunrl scnicstcr startccl with many Y1lL'ZlllClL'S cluc tu mid- year f,l'I'1l.KlllIltiUllS, but thcsc places were won iillctl lmy nt-w nutm- llcrs. Vruspccts for ncxt ycar arc vt-ry lmriglit. First scnicstvr ulticcrse wcrc Sidney Kuzak. prcsiclcntg laurraine l.cyrL'r, X'lCC'lJl'C5lllCl'lfI ,Xlivv l'intcr, st-Crt-tary: Max Zitzcr, trcas- urcrg and Max Xt-lsnn, sci'3,5'n-:iiit-at-arms. june. 1932 Puge One fflllldfbul 'I'1z'e11!3-wzwl gv ,.. 1 V " 0 I lw, ,L , 1 4. - -.- lfff, . E . Qkrwyu-' .Ag -1Ki 'm, ! 3 1 Fannie Gordon Gerald Packer Dc-fix Lawrence Lawrcn-'Q Wcnrloxl l'lwulvvH Yuw' l'u'v:lm"1l Svvu-Izllx l1l:.lN11rn'v THE SCIENCE CLUB Adviser: Mr. Tetzlaff llu- 5L'lL'llk'L' Llulw llllx zulxquuwwl .uwtlu-r Nu-ll llll 115 lzulllcr ul SllL'L'L'55, ln llwldnmg' mm' tlu' fl'Ill'lS vxvulx. wc ruzllim- tlml llu- Sci cmx- flulfs zlim. In Nllllllllillk' :uul p1'fu11w1c gm llllk'l'l'Nl in Ecu-luw waslllc11p1u'1'1l1Hs1 tlwught in tlul Illlllllw HI' llmu- wluw plzuuuwl llu l'Ilfk'l'l1lllllllQ :uul t'4lllL'Zlll1JIlill Ivl'rmgl'JlIIlS. 'l'lu' Hlllullllllllllg' l'X'k'llt5 wt' tlu- wnu-stu' xxx-1'v tlul lL'u1l1I'v given ln' Klr. llvmilm--' 111' tlu- Nlilwcxlllwc l'uUlu' Xlusvuxn :mul llu' elm-light .' Ps . . . X A tul lzllk lay Xlr. XX1-1'1u'1' fm lux tmp tl. l'.ur4l1u'. Sflkllfk' ftumlcnts 2ll'L' llrll tlu' mllx' 5tl11ll'lllN cligilmlc Ihr IllCllllJl'l' ship in llu' clulvg Llu' fully 1'c'r1L1i1'cnu-nt is il Sllll'L'l'k' llllt'l'k'Sl :uul Clllllllnlllilll fm' lQ1wxx'Im-llgc in wcicnlilu lll2llll'l'N, lflrwl St'lIlL'Slt'l' tllgl-ll'K'l'N u'v1'v l'l1:u'la'w l'l11ss4 pu-silll-1111 l'lllQ'k'Ilk l'w4Iw, xAil'c1m1'vsi4lv11t: llulml ll1lL'5l. rL'k'l'l'lJll'fQ llk'llI'l ,Xvllillw tI'L'1lNlll'L'l'. l'.1.gl Um llnmfflll' 'I rl L ruin Jqffl 'I f 1 'I ..'H,'lf H V . A 1 I bm 1't Tl11,f1 f , :'Iugi" 1l1l1!11'I 1 uu11 1Al1ju'Q...Z 4.11" ' 'igg-.,,u U I1 '.: ' 1 F 1- am' '-Zi . 4-'-H "' 4.'K"'T.1- "-I in ' 'T 'Q1.w:' M-"' ' .. , .. , Y 4. 'il Irene Frederick Charles Hoifman Bernadine Cronin Doris Wiide l'1'c4lc1ent Ywvf I'r1-siulvnl SCC: cmry I rcaisiirui THE WEBSTER SOCIETY Adviser: Mr. Reschke .1lll1g'111gj' frum thc im'rcz1sc iii 1i1cm11crs1ii11, :1s wL'11 11s 1-111111 tht' 1iumcr11us :1ctix'itic-s sl111i1s11i't-11 111l'llllg'11tl1lf thc past ycur, tliu XXX-1+ stci' 1.1tL'l'21l'y Sucicty 1121s ciijfiyt-11 ll succcssful tt-rm. .Xm111ig' this yc:1r's activities may 11c l1lIII11lk'I'L'f1 SL'YCl'2l1 111tCI'CSt1l1Q 111-11:1tL's 1111 timcly tulmics. musical 111141 11rz1t11ricz11 i1um11c1's. guest S11L'2l1i1'l's :lt twu nivctiiigs, 111111, 1:1st1y, thc L411I'iStlTl2lS l12ll1L'k', 12L'I'11rc thc ylill' clusvs, thu mt-m11c1's 1111110 tu ilSSCll1171C z1t ll social Q'1lt11fJI'iI1g. Credit fur thc siivuvssflil stz1t11s of the 011111 17011111115 In thc c1u11 uiificcrs whim hzlvc' cmisistciitly shwwii Zl s111vm1ic1 spirit 111 u11q1cr:1- tiim. '1'11cy arc :1s f111111ws: lrcm' 1frcc1cric1q, lll4L'51f1C11t: C1i:1r1cs l11111m:1i1, Yik'C'lll't's11l1t'111I 11CI'l11ll1i1'lL'Q4l'KlI11l1,Sl'Cl'L't11I'5'Q lJ111'is XX'i1c1u, trcusurcr. Xcxt ycur tliv 011111 1111i1cs In cntci' still 1Zll'g.fl'l' tit-1c1s 111' ust-fulf iicss to thc sclifml :11141 tn its mn'm11crs. june. 1932 P.1.qe Om' Ilnmfrud 'I411'w11i-Niue A EX -- x ffl," 'Il 1 oz . nxgzxrvr l x-ui .f Lilzulv zz c C 'z 1 l'1v-vflvvlv Xml l':nxululv Nllvmw l'n,n-uw-- TI-'IE WRITERS' CLUB Adviser: Mr. I-Iolmes s l N lllv XXI'llx'IN. llul: lms lmll gm Lumxllzlllx llllXX :nml vullllul wxwnu, ll llilx XIIVVVNNI-lIllX pwwlwlwl ilx Ili vvlllvlllliqll 1vl:1x,"l'll 4l4lllK! Xlwl. llll'Ill1ll1l2ll X qllmullm- llqlllu' xx.nNmvmN1-lvI'wl il U'11I1'l Nll1kKkl'NN In .lllllllllill 1-V llIK'NK' flL'llXIllkN. 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Iln- 1m'111lm1'X lmxl- lawn.--l llM'lIlX' lIlllI1l'lI Ml-x .mil mgml-x llmlx Ilmxxmmwl l11lllk'llt'Xl IQ-1Al11'll'.lv1ixilx llllk' Ilrxl v'Ill1'Nlm'I' wflllvwx umm' X-lrmzm lxwlml, lllwxlflvlll Xl.ll!.llAK'l llvxxwlf, xuvvlfrwlllvwllj lfmlyx ll..lnlX. wrl'rl.l1 xg 'mil I,IL-:mlm llullwll 111-'1 llI'k'I' l,:gl U11 l ll,w...f1.,!1fwww IQ 'I "lu alxx RTHW6, 5 Af ' - fA V B JN ' QNX 'W W Y, ,, r Wg Y' Q5 C E I f , 'Y x9 X fi f KK. 14511. T j 4: . , Mi xx gf ! A Z f jfj mfg ,Y , f X 1 mf -1 fx -.-' 'I 'P Cy A i' , N -an 1? OTBALL TEAM FO 1931 NORTH'S E Ax x, S. -.. I R K Q N R. 1 9 . , 17 C' ,X 5 V -1 ' i 4 'il i gli ', if? - ii ' -L' ' Y ?'lW.' 'mt lilllli l l' t 'lf "lift iufzwy ...rf 'iw .,, , V FOOTBALL .Xfter having spent live long years in the "also ran" class, North Divisions footliall team ascended to second place in the race for the city conference championship. The so-called "athletic slump" which had characterized North's athletic teams for the past tive years. was gloriously lmroken lmy the demonstration a lighting Blue and XYhite eleven gave on the gridiron the past fall. The opening game in reality was a moral victory in which the light and spirit displayed lay lroth school and team vv-:ns of a kind not recently witnessed. Such an alnout-face undoulmtedlv rekindled that spirit which led students to say proudly, "l go to North Side." The shining victories. evidenced lay the footlmalls that hung from the lmeams in ikssemlmly AX. were the work of a squad of well- tutored boys. .Xlthough the team occupies the foreground, still in the hackground, wholly in sight. are two men who were more than anyone others are responsible for the wonderful success of our footlmall team. To head Coach Kampine and to assistant Coach l'olomis goes the distinction of having developed the lirst successf ful football team that North has had in hve long years. The only loss sutifered lmy the Blue and Xkvhite was at the hands of Bay View. ln this game Coach Kampine's team was the victim of some unlucky hreaks. Statistics indicate this, for North made eleven first-downs to Hay Yiew's two, and completed tive forward passes to their one. ln putting a winning team on the held, Coach Kampine's lioys had to overcome huge weight advantages held lay the teams they engaged They were the lightest team in the city conference. with a lmackfleld composed of lmoys who averaged l49 pounds. To offset this advantage held hy the opposition, the lilue and XYhite comlmined speed and deception. A-Xn indication of the speed possessed hy the lmacktield can he got from the statistics compiled in the Xkest game. ln this contest the Blue and Wlhite ran the ends ragged, cut hack over the tackles for long gains. and smashed the Ytest line to shreds. This Final exhilmition proved that North Uivision had one of the lmest running attacks in the city. Not only were the lmoys who played footlmall last season good players: they were also good students. This proves that a good athlete does not necessarily have to let his studies suffer. ln enjoys ing one of the lnest seasons ever experienced, North Division re- gained her former position of high regard in the City Conference. To the 1931 team goes the credit for accomplishing this end. llere they arel Marvin Bell "fVlarv,l' captain and all-city end, was the mainstay of the team. His light and smart play undoubtedly was instrumental in the success of North Side. Walter Buege "XYally," the left end of the Blue and NVhite, played a smart defensive game all season. llis work on the offense was also wor- thy of much admiration. Arthur johnson ",Xrt,'l the laulwark of North's strong line, was in on every june, 1932 Page One Hundred Tlairly-lbree , Y Y 1 'M ia illl 'N L V11,wg I1I l'l p 3 - T4 'I lu,.,u.Ng...,f - 'l4,..,,uW, play. llk'lk'I'l1llll1lllHll :iml light wen- his lwsl cli:gi':u'tci'islics iii thc lllllllpll r Hzmic he vlzlvccl. 5 l IN . Morris Silbermann nAlllll1'f',u Xwrllfs lcft tzlclilv, 2llili1ll'1ll'4l thu wppwsitiwii plviily ut' timulvle i-x'vi'y time lhvy czmic his wziy. Slllilfl play wus his hi-st Il5NL'l. Ernst Madritsch lfriist was thi- tzill pixut mzm in' the llluc' zlml XYhiti- wlm cm'- crwl tha' cviilci' uf thi' limi :iml clirl :1 gfiml juli -if it. .Xk'K'lll'1lk'f' in Skjlltllllg' luck pzlssvs uns ulczlrly KlR'lllHllSlI'1llCfl lwy Nwrllili stzir fclitvr. Charles Hooper nl'll1lL'li,n lziclilv :lml up-vzmplzlili vlvct. milk unix' 111. :mi plays W that thu wppusitiim sviil :il him, :mil im ulliciisixv :always ln-nl thi' way fm' thc lrzivks, Eugene Stein MSlL'lll.n NffI'tl1's slufli giixml :lml vw-cxiptziiii clcct. slifuxwel hww tha- Qllllfll ppsiliiiii Nllnvlllll hi- plziyf-el. Ftuppiiig' plays wilt :il him was his spuvinlty. Art Guepe ".Xrl," :ill-wily Illlllllilfli ziml ua-i1tu'i'nI' thu wliliviiw, was thc musl mvlisistviit giwiiiill-gziiiicl' ill thx' lwzicliliclil. l'l:1yi1ig' thu llK'l-i'IlSlX'K' fiilllvziclc. "XVI" :llxxxiys slwppml :my plzzys that vxzulcfl Ihr- lim'mcii. Walter Wefel "NYzilly," the lmi wliw 4-xox-llvcl in thi- l4ivl4i1ig ilcpzirtim-iit, uftcii vniiscwl lhv uppusiliim much xxwii'ry hy his lmig, high kicks. llis zilnlily :ms Ji lmll fzii'i'u-1' plsii was zilmly mln-iiif.iisti':1li-il. A1 Guepe "Xl," 1lic1itlivi'p4i1'tiiltliu4lL11'pc-I-w-il11i'pu cfmiliiiiqitiifii,plziyi-ml Z1 smart fllil-l'll5lYl' :mul rlililsllillg' mlvfciisiu' gtiiiic. Xllicii mil lvzuliiig thi' wary Ihr thc ivllivr lmcks, lil' hulk cam' uf his slixiw- Ht' thu- lnill L':1l'i'ji11g, Elly Wefel "lfllx'." 'lllZlI'lL'l'lb1lCli :mel lwiclm-1' uf thu' tvzmi. was l:ii'gvlx' rc spwiisilmlv lui' thi- siium-ss in thi- illllllll. llis signal raillmg :iml his imlqimwit in thv mznllvi' wt mlm- ww Ilfll ui uzilwl ln' that 111' :mv . . . I . . lIll1lIilUl'll2lL'li m thi- uwiitn-i'ciiu-. Carl Deblitz "karl," Xwrllfs gzillwlpiiig' ghfisl. mximli' iimiiy si Iivmiiiim- livzirt lwznl tzistvr wlu-ii lu- will-i'wl thu- gziiiiv. Umm- lu- gm in thc ppvii hc rzm thc wppwsilifni rziggwl. Otto Spitz "Spitz," slmwlj lhivmzm, tmik pzirl in cxvry gzxim-, lwniiliiiiilig' light :mil snmrt pliiy. Fred Madritsch "l"i'vrl." thi- lrig Hlnim- l'l'll5llL'I',n was tha' fmt limi xvlm simvtl1L'1'L'cl thc iippwsitirm min' lu' hit thum llis l'L'IllI'l1 m-xl your will callsi- thv uppusitimi mi lililv XYf1l'l'f'. Ilzgv Om- ffllllzjllj '1'l'i.'rli5l'ff.'.'v- '1'!,l '1'.,Nj,y n 0 I ' " YI Y' fp Y' l' N '- ff-f 'ff lf". 5 'V , W ,, -. ' , 'flllwi i' " V V in h'Q1v'f 4f"'7 ' .i""un'n 'v ' I Top: Girls' Basketball Team. Bottom: Girls' Swimming Team. v. 1952 Page Om' Hlnzdvud Tffifty-fin' l gm Y M 0 i Y A Y H , A 'V ,lin -1 . Q7w1f 5E'il3 AK "uEu' Jil. if - x, l ' 'uM..., . G2 IJL :Wg X5 BASKETBALL TEAM 1932 NORTH'S N u I ei f' 'l ' ll is ..f T I I li , A N A .llI'f,,, f n . I.,mu ,ualigu- gow'-l1,Ull" l-lllllll ' .uullwJ.ll,l'un:H-M 4--"' iliu-1... ,,-f . il -l BASKETBALL The return of this popular sport to the athletic programs of the city high schools was welcomed by all. Since Riverside in l9U4 won the last championship, basketball had remained stagnant. The past season was a one-year trial granted by the school board, and the success of it will undoubtedly warrant its maintenance as one of the major sports in the city. A northern and southern circuit were the divisions in which the competing schools were placed. The Blue and VVhite found them- selves in the northern circuit together with VVashington, W'est. East, and Custer high schools. The southern circuit was composed of Lincoln, Bay View, Tech, and South. The schedule was due to start soon after the close of the foot- ball season, so the conditioning and formulating ofa squad became a very important question. As a result of Coach l'olomis' call for candidates, seventy or eighty men reported in the gym for tryouts. VVeeding out and forming a squad from this large number in time to compete in the inaugural game was indeed quite a task. Because of the late start they got the Blue and XYhite entered the opening game against West with but very little practice. The result, although unfavor- able as far as wins and losses are concerned, nevertheless indicated that with a little more practice the Blue and VVhite would afford the opposition plenty of competition. After trouncing Custer and East, North's eagers pointed toward the Wfashington game. This game loomed as the lone obstacle that the Blue and VVhite had to hurdle in order to complete a successful hrst-half season. VVash- ington had not lost a game and North was determined to hang up a mark in the lost column for them. Determination, fight, and good play characterized the conflict in which North defeated the Purgolders, 9-8. This contest was by far the best game played in the first half of the season, and as a result enabled North to tie XYashington for the leadership in the race for the championship of the northern circuit. ln this final game North lost the services of Marvin Bell, their star center, who was lost through graduation. The job of finding another center who could fill Bell's shoes was the problem that confronted Coach l'olomis as he made plans to start the second half of the season. .Xfter trying out several candidates, he selected Seeger and llentz to alternate at this position. ln the second half of the season North was confronted with a return engagement with each of the schools already met. ln drubbing XXX-st, Custer, and East, the Blue and VVhite indicated that they were nl- championship caliber. In the Final game which was to decide who should play Lincoln for the city championship North again found the l'urgolders the obstacle they had to hurdle. In a thrilling game which equaled, if not surpassed, the former meeting of the two teams. North's eagers lost, 21-17. Although the Blue and lYlnte lost this final game, still they finished a very successful season, chalking up six wins, and suffering two reversals. june. 1932 Page One Hundred 'I'bir1y-iwwz 11 . .91 , - 1 'v Q fl i s 1' T N "I, hu-,rm 1 1 K' x . 'um ' li1'u'mf-'-1 . -11" .J--'11.., .115 TRACK 1 -, -5 'CtlllI'IlQ' ,Sy 415' 'z ' it' XX ith tht' lll'l'lX2ll ul thc jrrcscut trz11'l4 Ffilbttll thu 11I'11w1lL'Clr ut tlu l'lut mcl XXl11t1 wut wry 1u Alu-f L1 11h Iii llltlkl I lllt his scjunrl Illilfllllfl Curl llchlitz. city l1r11:11l jump 1'l1:1u1pi1111, whn 11ls11 sp1'ci11liz1's iu thc high jump, lttl :m1l 220 y:1r1l tl1lSllL'S. The luss 111' mzmy XL'lL'l'illl st:1i's truiu Inst y1':1r was 1'xp1'1'tc1l tu 4lCCl'i'2lSl' slizirply thc jmssiluilitit-s 111' th1- truclc squxul this spring. hut tuzmy jirmiiising' 11u1l1-1'1'l:1ssm1'u zmrl :1 uuuilmci' ul' I'L'tl1I'I1ll1g' x'1-t1'1':ms has 1':1is1'1l tli1'l111p1-su1'l141x'i1ig':1 wiuuiug' tvami. 'I'l1chuy-s whu L'UlNI7l'lSC thc uu1'l1'us uf tha' Stlllilll this y1':1i' Zlll' li1ll'L'l1Ill'lll zmcl lf. XX'1'f1'l in thu low hurcllvs, ll11XX'1ll'fl l'lllll iu thv iuilv, .XIlKll'L'XX' 'l'1':1jm :mcl F1-1111 Xlzulritscli iu thc wt-ight cx'1-uls, .Xi't Lliwpm' iu tht' -l-lil, :mtl Carl lin-hlitz, tht' :1h11x'1- m1'uti1ni1'1l. Xlzmy utlu-1' IPI4IDllllNill4Q ywuths whw ruu clwsc st-vwtucls tw tht- lUl'llllIlllL'il 1'1m1j1l1'tc tht' 1ll'I'1lX ut' tmclq 15111-111111511 glswiulilt-11 In XX'L'I1I' thc 1w1l11i's 111 llll' llluc zmcl XX hitv, SWIMMING TEAM Tha- Illuc zmrl XX'hit1- u:1t:1tm's 1'mi1'It11l1'1l thc j1:1st s1':1s11u with :1 r1-1-111-1l111' tww wius :mel tw1-lu' lussus. lfcliuuucl Sk'llXX'1ll1 zmcl Nm'- mzm ll1lI'L'IllJlll'tf. whn XX'IlS lust tliiwiiigli g1l'111li1:1ti1m iu l'1QlbI'1lIlI'X'. wcrt' tht- must 1w11isist1-lit jnuiut wiuuvrs. 'l'h11 rcturu 111' ll ll1lINl7L'l' 111' cxp1'ricl11'1'cl mvu has llllil'L'1lFX'll lirvjrcs for :1 wiuuiug' tram ucxt yk'!lI'. Svhwzm, li1lL'lllllZlll, Skllllllflt, liurli, zmml lf, lii1'l'1-rt lumix' thc hruut rut- N11i'th's :1tt:11'k. Sl'llI'fM'tlC1'. St:1:11lt, Schultz, Kwruitz, :tml R1-i1'lic1't wvrc nut l-ill' h11hiu1l tht- 11th11rs iu 1'1mtril111tiug1' In tha- 1':1us1- ut' thc llluc :1u1l XX'hit1-, GYM TEAM N11rth's gfyui t1'z1ui. city 1'h:1mjmi1m:- lzlst yczui lllltl tn hc mmtcut with s1'1'11u1l IJl1ll'k' iu th1- 5l'il5lPll just 1'u1l1'1l. .X l.I'1ll'Iil1l1 wt' 11 jmint I s11j1:1r:1t1'1l thu lvluc :1u1l XX'liit1' gyuuizists 1111111 XX'1'st's winning tvzml. First j1l:11'1', l111w1'xc1'. w:1s wuu hy tht' Ul1lll'l'ljlfl55llll'H frum Xwrth Sith' iu tll1'il'1lix'isi1ni, su lPl'fl5IPk'x'lF t'11rtli1'111'xt tcw yczlrs :irc very t'I1L'1llll'1lglllQ'. Xluth,L'iu:1tl, XlHk'llillL'l', t':1stl1'. l.llX,1lIl1lSl'l1llIQ.fl1 mzulv up thc s1'11i111't1-11111, whilv lil'llQl'I', l3lz1k1-Ivy. XX'illi:mis, Rzihlf, l"is1'lici', :m1l Iiiwzu' 1'1u11p11s111l thc juuiur 1'li:1iuj1i11usliij1 t1':m1. M Q -CRO'SS COUNTRY lhc lfluv :m1l XX h1t1- lllIll'Cl1l4lS XX'4.'I'k' uwt wry si11'c1'ssfi1l iu thc Lruss L wiuitry NL'1lSllll. .Xt't1-1' 11p1'11i1ig thc 5K'il5Ull with Il hiss to Huy X11'w. Nfrth s llill'l'lL'l'S XX't'l't' 1'1lg'1'1l nut hy XX'L'st :mcl lfllsl lbll sux' 1'css1x'1- l"1'11l:1ys. 'l'h1- luv 111' such rimucrs :ts .lk'I'l'y Xl11li1'lius1'n, .Xlvm .Xhlm:m. lllll'X't'X' XX irth. lhfh Rlt'lllIlQ'L'l'. Iillll llill XXR1lf, wus liL't'1llX t1-lt. .Xs :1 l'L'sllll, ll 1-1mij1z1r:1t1x'cly IICXX' Slllllltl l-1lilk'll In uh- t.1m .1 um th1 1ut1i1 hulbtlll. llHXX'1lI'll lllllll. whu lIIll5llL'1l thlrcl lu thc st:1t1' llN'k'l zm1l l-Ullflll iu thc city mt-vt. XX'IlS thc uuly hig jmint wiuucr nu thn- s1ju:11l. C'lit'l'1ml xillll llick, llill lXl4ll1l'l1llSL'll. lfmlwairrl Sliillllllill, l.111' Iiultuinu, K1-uuctli iXlL'tZlk'l'. lfliiivi' lQlI1llCI'll1!ll1Il, Huh Kllxcllllll. fJ1'x'1ll1' Xl1k'Clx,1lI1tl Huy llilllll z1ls11 lwrc the 1'11l11i's ut' the llluc :mrl XX'hit1-. lifyt' Una lllmdrttf 'l'lurf1-11-Ulf! 'flu 'I',411l1-f . 11 W V 5' x v " 1 A N I I 1 X w ' , - .H ' A' ' eful'!'ffv M m . f-WJT VW "11nm.A.-f ...w-' 1' From Top to Bottom: Boys' Gym, Track, and Swimming Teams. une, 1932 lillm Une Illnzdfud Tfzlrlj-r1if1e if 1' Q A Q N he ' U PF 1 "- " 1 111' T1 A Q - HONOR ROLL FOR APRIL Excellent Assembly A Assembly 105 liverett Vteelit .Nlfriemln Frmnstein Kenneth Leclermzm lfvelyn llurmler Roy Kuelin Bernice Sclnniilt flwemlulyn l,:unl1reel1t Snlunimi cl4lllL'll lfrerl llenerliet -lzleli l.eeliner Assembly B .Xnne Snwitzlie May llzlrlxer tiurrlmi l.t'Zl1lCl' Assembly 204 lfstlier Kringel .-Xlex fzivel XYIlllt'1' Kern Assembly C l':111line lipstein Assembly 04 Karl lilug' Assembly 09 ZL'l4l1l llinmlen l lymun Heller Assembly 010 llulures Nlertes l.llx'Ql'llL' lim-plse Assembly 104 l,e11n:n Selnillz lirflmert hlzilwlniwwslqi XYnlter Szxwitzky llenry Twelmeyer Assembly 109 lfleunur l,ex'in llnvirl lleller Nillllllll ltzlwwitz Assembly 112 .-Xllen Stepliensun Assembly 113 l':1trieiz1 lfmlwxlrrls -lZlCliSH1l lleyer Xlillizmi Kniglit Assembly 210 Sylvia llilklli Assembly 211 l'e:1rl l,uerke Assembly 233 Klilclred Kfmhl Ellen lleieliwzllcl Assembly 236 lmuise l"r-nnln lflmer l'uppenrlieek lfclwzlrrl Rmltke Assembly 306 l'uul llluteielizl Assembly 307 Marion Feliinnnelpfaning Assembly 314 l.uCille Zingler Cieurgizl Strniib Assembly 324 Clllfil llenrielis GANG AFT AGLEY l'l:msl Selieniesf livery student in tlie grzuluziting elzls lizis swine Illlllllllllll. Xlitli ll little euzlxing we'x'e inzmnzlgecl ezirtli il few. Sw . . . lfrerl l.lll'lllgk', lwlusliing' sliyly, zlnnuunees his intentnms. entering the Xlnrlliiette Selicml of llentistry next Septenilnr Its flll1IL'l1ll tu picture l"recl's mzissivc slmuldcrs straining :it suing xx 'll ing llll-Illlllw Hlvstinzlle mulnr. lliek llztelnnzlnn lizls been liere eight semesters, lrut lic sms. l1e'ml just :ns 5111111 stay Il while lun Our erslwllilx- xg lulvlimiist, llulrert lluncl, is lwuliiligg' fwrxx m :1 jnunt tw t':llil'1vrni:l, tuppecl ull lay :1 trip ll11'lJl1l1'l1 Cilllllllll. lrene fllietrielim Frellerielas is gffing In lre an screen siren le wurml-"siren." Page Om' 1IIl71d!'f'd Fmfy Til lllllzl v I iv ,ls ' " . 'i -- f l A' l v :I ' - V ll 'flfllifg Ia J'll"7'F'i" - il . ll'4 X.xklI'uIfi '-' ul' -U" in 'f'.ll1u"af-'-yfife" ""' than-o..,.. Martin Holland, our 'l'AT'I'I.FR Humor Editor, expresses a desire for further journalistic work. "Sports reporting," he an- nounces, his forehead crinkling up in important-looking manner. Martin's goofy. James Doyle, deciding to continue his four-year plan, is going to do as little as possible. These Irish are nice folk. "I might go to college," announces Frank Schluga, "if itls easy enough." Florence Mezik is just going to see how many cherries there are in that bowl. She'll make a "swell" side-show dancer. "I wanna be an actress," wails "Venus" Erich, but we've al- ready decided she is to be a Ciridley milk advertisement. Alex Zaidens wishes only to follow in the footsteps of his illustrious Uncle Zaidens, who, you all know, recently vindicated "Man Mountain Leavitt." Alex also says that lawyers get free passes to burlesque shows. No locals column would be complete without mention of Art fXValter Vlfinchellj Kornitz. Nowadays Arthur just sits gazing balefully at his former One And Only, wailing at intervals, out of tune, "Love, You Funny 'I'hing"lll l.yle l,eason wants to be a circus trapeze performer. That's "O, K." Robert Censch and -lune Patten are going to take up farming north of Milwaukee somewhere. "Charlie" Staadt will probably go on making extemporaneous speeches for the rest of his natural life. Speaking and collecting stamps seem to be his weaknesses. Looking for berets, cute little tight-htting tams, will occupy Carlton "Abigail" Schultz's time. "Little XYilma" Sondermann is going to spend her summer vacation at Cedar l.ake. "Merely to escape the boys for a while!" she says, "U,K.l Male population of Madison." Ruth Sonnenburg is going to the "Lf" XYhat is more, Ruth's going to be a nurse. VVowl XVatta nurse. To Roy Timm the future is hollow, empty. I-Iis motorcycle isn't hitting right. He's going to be a mechanic. His mother says that little Roy has been mechanically inclined ever since he was hit by that wrench dropped from an airplane during the 1928 Fourth of 'luly celebration. Grace VVolfsohn and her harp are going to be good little girls always in order that they may get together in heaven. VVe have noticed that the hands of certain chemistry students are a beautiful brownish purple color. Is this the latest vogue? Is it true that Irwin Seeke is a "bouncing ball" between Doro- thy Vogel and .leanette llrezell? Morris Sires is given to blushing horribly every eighth hour. Is the temperature in room too high? June Starke must have an aversion for the name "Dave" She turns an uncomfortable red every time the name is mentioned. june. 1932 Page One Hundred Forly-one .il I an 'i , ' ai Hu ij i V 1 K , 'qu x K e A ' ex 'Wi ll' EH f .Q llwl 'l.II.1u"m.' .-fe"" it "'-fa.. - REVIEW OF "BROKEN DISHES" fPresented on Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30D lVhat was the powerful influence that made us walk fyes, walklj home from the Senior Play humming "l2stucliantina" and wondering if we were getting soft-hearted or something? lt may have been the fact that Miss McC0nochie was directing. Then again, it may have been the ability and coordination of the players. The setting was the cutest thing ever. The sofa tit looked too threatening to be called a loungej had the unyielding, springless effect that one finds in electric chairs and fruit cakes. The room lacked only a picture of Niagara Falls to make it typical of Indiana or Kansas. Irene Fredrick, in her role of lilaine llumpsted, knocked 'em. if not dead, at least reasonably unconscious. NYhen the fragile young thing defended father from two daughters and a wife lined in battle array. we greatly desired to wave several arms aimlessly about and shout unintelligible things. Irene, if you desert the stage for the screen, we'll never forgive you. As for those three nasties, Jenny, Myra, and Mabel llumpsted. we hated them from the bottom of our seething souls. The por- trayal of these three parts was dramatic, not to say spectacular, and we can only adore at a distance, the spirit that prompted Lorraine Marek, Doris Gulke, and Dorothy Newack to accept parts usually ignored by the scornful lay populace. Charles Hansen in his role of Cyrus llumpstecl, tottered about with the gait peculiar to tiniorous individuals with an inferiority complex and a slight touch of rheumatism. Xke used to think that it was as impossible for a high school student to look middle-aged as it is for a tenor to sing "Old Man River." Austin Gauger can ficlget realistically. 'l'hat's harder than it seemsg it's not merely a case of shifting from one foot to the other, but it's a state of mind as well. Ask Austin some time. But don't ask him if he enjoyed being Bill Clarkg that's not only in- delieate, but superfluous. XYe never thought Harry Luebtow could play the violin. VVe still don't. He really should have worn black galoshes with terrify- ing clasps. Grave diggers by the name of Sam Green who don't like ministers usually do. Dr. Stump awed us. XVe had never noticed that Frank Schluga was so tall. lle made an impressive minister, even if he didn't tvviddle his thumbs in the approved style. Ifnter the villainl .Xs Chester .-Xrmstrong, Walter Imhof looked and acted the party but we're still a little hurt-he didn't pull a gun once! Nossir. not once! And then there was Grant. There was a character! Elmer Plischke revived the longing in many breasts to be a fireman or detective. XYe liked his hat. It made him look like a movie hero with a cold stare and a faithful steed. XXX- saw an excellent play and heard soothing selections from the classic between acts. and, when we finally left, we felt that even though we did get in on a press pass, we still would have gotten our money's worth had we paid. Page One Hundred Frlfly'-luw Thr Tdlrler ,QM r 'fn' Y f ' Q "--. 'ffm' ' LK 'IWJ W 5. L5 Hua:-Cv A' H" IL X SCENES FROM "BROKEN DISHES." june, 1932 Rage One Hundred Ifw-15-zlav-ee -v'+ ., f .Wil 1 . ll l ' I: ,' l .ll "-1 2' I '51 IL- Rl lA ' BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE SENIOR PLAY ms THIS STAG1-3 cmcw SAW 1T,l XX l- :l1llll'll:ll'lll-ll llll' Xlllgl' lllllll' lxllll 1l.l1ll'1', llllllwlx, pl-l mix QIXIIIQX. 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Slllljl' llzllullx lllllll lllll- 'll'lllkllN .lllll llzlllvlx tllll' xx, N Il lillll- lllllllXl'll, Zlllll .lxllvll ll ull lllllllll llvlll-1' gll llllml: XXl-ll1ll.1l1:ll1'm 11lgg'l'xl'1'X l-llll1lX lll'l'Xllll ul- llll'l lll.ll ul' XXl'l'l' gl wg llllll'lllll'l'1l lvl llll'xl1lX. THIS S'I'AK,3l-I KRIQW 'Yup Klux: Ml W.lrr1l"'. ,llvvxvll Ullnzll. Ml. Ulu-n, Ml, Klwnullli. .owcx Rum. I,lu:lx Lllrllllslvg, Ralph K,nl'll11, l'.l.ll Ummm. Ml-lxiu Knzxllu, lfnmk Glow lfgl 01,1 ll,'ff.l.1ll.1' l- Nl l l If l ur I X as " w r .1 1 ' 5 i ., X -.1-.f'i9lUl:l T if 'Y 'A'- is "1-3'-""4'5w ' lvlill m-l.1.I.1'u'a..-M ff' " A ' ila:-...... MISS ALDRICH WF ITES FROM WASHINGTON The following is from a letter that has come to "The Tattler" from Miss Aldrich, who is enjoying her leave of absence in Xkash- ington, D. C.: "XYashington, our capital city, has a population nearly as large as that of Milwaukee and is about as beautifully located. Milwau- kee borders Lake Michigan and has a large park along the lake shoreg VVashington borders the wide Potomac River with its rapids and curves and has the lovely l'otomac l'ark along its banks as well as Rock Creek l'ark along a branch, Rock Creek. This last is one of the largest parks to be found in the United States. The land was set aside for a park during Theodore Roosevelt's administra- tion and largely through his eh'orts. .-Xs far as possible it has been kept in its natural state and is a most delightful place to visit as the crowds, always to be found there, attest. In the parks of XYashington one frequently sees little foreign children with their nurses and hears them speaking languages from all parts of the world. They come from the foreign embassies found all over lNash- ington. "Milwaukee has many beautiful buildings and homes, but none so famous as those of VVashington with its Capitol, Library of Con- gress, XYhite House, the Red Cross Building, Corcoran. National, and Frear .-Xrt Galleries, and many large splendid government buildings with more always in process of construction. "The beautiful new Arlington Memorial Bridge leading across the Potomac to .Xrlington Cemetery, where our war heroes rest, has just been completed. Un the highest part of this cemetery stands the stately l,ee Mansion, restored as it was in l.ee's life- time. From here one gets a view of all XYashington. To the rear of this mansion is a large amphitheater, where services were held at sunrise Faster morning in spite of cold and rain. President and Mrs. lloover attended the services. "The method of naming streets in XYashington is interesting: those running north and south are numberedg those east and west are given the names of letters, as A street, I3 street, etc.g those running diagonally are named after states and territories, as Con- necticut Ave., Alaska Ave., etc. .Xt the intersections of these streets are 'Circlesf or parks, scattered all through the city and adding greatly to its beauty. 'Q-X new wide auto road to Mount Vernon. bordering the l'oto- mac River, has just been opened. The society called the 'Colonial Dames, gave a concert recently to raise three hundred dollars for two willowoaks to be planted along this highway, Full-sized trees are brought long distances and planted with the aid of machinery." A letter which came to Mr. XVerner,s desk from Miss Dorothy Enderis, in charge of the Extension Department of Milwaukee Schools, called attention to the fact that "The Tattler" of january issue had received much praise for its dedication 'Ito the Spirit of Play." These citations of merit were pointed out by the field rep- resentative at a recent convention of the Recreational XVorkers of the Middle-VVest States. june. 1932 Page One Hundred Forty-Due uv H if f- '.' 11 il . 1 I I i i ' X A . L1 ,., Y - , I-. ,.,. Aiw a . '-11-'fl'-will " l1tll'l w1',lI,11m--My we Of course, words of praise are always pleasing to the ears of the staff. The dedication of the January Commencement Number was written by our editor-in-chief. Norman Kahl. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Tattler voices its appreciation to Miss Givan and her office girls for their untiring efforts in the typing of copy and summaries. Miss Givan is a recent addition to the staff, The staff hails her with "Welcome" In the art department, Harold Lamp designed the cover. De- partment headings were drawn by Dorothy Gust, Meta Seeberg, Anita Lawrassen. Cartoons were sketched by Louis Castle, Harold Lamp, John Cheek, Carl Ueblitz, and Carl Schneck. The graduate panels were designed by Harold Lamp and George Storek. The art lettering was the work of Frank Mayer and Ardel Syring. Much credit is also due to Robert Dumke who assisted so ably in the photography of this Commencement Number. Mr. Krener- 1ck's assistance in arranging for the group pictures is always appre- ciated by The Tattler. A LETTER OF THANKS Dear Roysi The world would be a drab one without you manly chaps who carry our books, return books long overdue to the library, and give advice whenever it is needed. Of course, you are sometimes great nuisanees, but on the whole, we could not do without you. dears, so We will encourage you by giving you an occasional smile so that you may know that your efforts to be "little gentlemen" are not in vain. fSignedj The Girls of North Division. LITERARY SIMILARITIES "The Vanishing American"-lDouglas Dunlop. "The House Beautiful"-North Division High School. "The Small liachelor"YCyril Smith. "The Highwaynizlnu-Ilarold Brandt. "Mother Carey's Children"-Rose Schwartz and Bessie Dres- sels. "Cousin jane"-Lillian Plotkin. "Merton of the lXTovies"-Sidney -Xdler. "Galusha the Magnihcentn-Irving Bear. "So liignfllilclfly Hinchcliffe. il Amateur Ilentlemanu-Howard lirenke. .Nrront Rover"-Charles lloffnian. "EX Certain Rich Man"-Roland Neeb. 'AThe l'retender"-Carl Maltsch. "The Conmluerrrr"-Charles Hooper. 'Kl,ittle C1Jl1lI'1ltlL'Hflvl1lllI'iCC Kuchinsky. u Giants in the lCarth"--ft'arl llomrose and Ernest Madritsch. Page One Hll7Il!7'6'l4J Fm'1i-ox Tbg Tdnlpy ir H , f' . 'l Y -1 . llb llluww f . -i .3,WuwyMggwmgw ,f,g.j1lgllll:lluQ'i"' Jill!-l'l!5.l,lU'Ut.2,,., ,..g5j4,,,,,H I, 5 JUST BITS Our Swim Team went down to Kenosha on April 22. They ate at expensive restaurants. They condescended to give the eligible female population a "break" They daulied the "burg" liberally with pink. Some folks say that they even swam in the State Meet!! Silence . . . Versatile! That's Edmund Aloysius Schwann, orator, swim- mer, student "par excellence." Could his host of admirers hear his rendering of "Minnie the Moocherf' we are sure that they would be only more devout. The writer of this local column, preparing to be graduated in june, writes his column for the last time. He thanks appreciative students for all their sarcastic comments on his work. After all, one can't put everybodyls name on just one page of a magazine. ON STUDENTS By One of the Faculty Students as a body are a mighty fine lot, although if they must chew gum, they ought to do it gracefully. I can't comprehend why girls can't understand that long distance communications are costly. They probably think that 204 is so full of students that they could not get in even if they wished to. Then there are the boys who stutter and bluff. 'tliluffitisn is more prominent on Monday than on Friday, although there are some who bluff every day in the week. However, there is a lot of good in the worst of students, and a wee bit of bad in the best of 'em. ON THE FACULTY By a Student Warren Callear here expresses his views on the faculty: "Some instructors are aloof and decidedly unapproachable. How- ever, affability on the part of the teacher is very bad for some stu- dents who are ever ready to take advantage of leniency. Then there are the instructors who have forgotten that they were young once themselves. Finally, there are the teachers who are almost personal friends of each student, I enjoy this group the most." To prove that more than one thing can be accomplished at one time, Miss Mills teaches Literature and Latin in the same period. Miss Suckow's third-hour class believes in 'tan eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth." She gives them a measure for nothing and they give her "nothing for a measure." Mr. Brandel does not allow his typists to use red fingernail polish. He thinks red fingernail tips look like firebugs as they flit over the keys. Ida Bincs is certain that if the place of the President is vacant it is filled by a substitute. The most beautiful words in the English language, according to Nilo Pollo, are "Spring Vacation." 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' I 1.. , , ., -.1.w1'1'I.'.Ll'rll'l " 'fU"lW41.IiM...W of iar...... . 1 ALUMNI Robert Steward, '32, is a student at the Extension of the I'ni- versity of VVisconsin. Ruth Dierolf, '32, representing the Milwaukee .Athletic Club, was the only Milwaukee swimmer to place in the invitation meet at the Illinois VVomen's Athletic Club in Chicago on April 18. Ruth was second in the 100-yard breast stroke event. Some well-known North Siders at the Milwaukee State Teach- ers' College are Mildred Catenhusen, '31, Anna Maas, '31, and Harry Kolmas, '32. Dorothy Schwartz, '31, wants to be "different" She is attend- ing a girls' school in Connecticut. Earl Thielecke, '31, knows how best to meet the crowds. He is working at the Home of the Jumbo Cone. Dorothy liichrodt. '31, is attending Miss Brown's Business College. Lorraine Herkahn, '31, works in an office. Harvey Zahn, '31, delivers for the A 8: P Stores. George Born, '30, is starting his career as bookkeeper in his father's office. Herbert Fppstaedt, '29, is a cashier at Porth tk Son Insurance Company. XN'illiam XYeber, '29, is working at the Phoenix Hosiery Com- pany. Arthur Schucnman, '29, works in the Boston Store stock room. Dorothy Duekler, '29, is now in the training office at Twelfth Street Schuster's. Oscar Brandenburg, '28, is taking up architectural engineering at the Milwaukee lflectric Company. Milton Johnston, '23, won the piano contest in the recent state contest of the XYisconsin Music Teachers' Association. Verna 'XVagner. '28, is working at Standard Brands. Max Raskin, '21, is the newly-elected City Attorney of Mil- waukee. Blanche Rerkoff, '28, is taking up the art course at the State Teachers' College. She plans to study design at the Grand Central Aft School, Gertrude Sturmlaufer, '28, who was a recent visitor at North Division, is at the l'niversity of XVisconsin. MARRIAGES Mae Cole. '30, to Carl Hinman, '29, Dorothea Butter, '30, to Henri Sautner. Henrietta Hempler, '29, to the Rev. Mr. l'ieckelmeger. Agnes McGivern to Arthur E. Lenicheek, '13. Page One Hundred Fifli The Talllw' 3 i ii ll lv 1 . 1 K -:afv1I.!MlllIi no 1 1 . , gum, ,, ,, ,,,gig l , mwQ'f l,l,LU1lll"" " -Uwll5.l.la,iuQ.,-W wdihat-i..,. Architects- Dietzgen ......,....... Athletic Supplies- Ar ilnilex nf Ahurrtierrz 1 52 Burghardt ..,..... ..,..,.. 1 60 College ,,,,,,,, .,,...,. 1 ful Banks- First Wisconsin .................. .YVV..,, 1 66 Liberty State Bank ................ ........ I Q1 Security Bank ........,.V.................. ........1h2 Teutonia Ave. State Bank ....... ........ 1 70 Beauty Shoppes- Frances ......,............ ,. ..,..................... ........ l 52 Building and Loan Associations- Green Bay Ave. Mutual Bldg. and Loan - Assn. ........... - ................i......................... , ...... 1:17 Business Colleges- Miss Br0wn's.... Spencerxan Candies- Johnston ....... Spanish lun Stleger ........... Ziegler ...... ,.... .......... Cleaners and Dyers- North Side Dye Vl'orks ..A. Universal .,..........,............,. 1 61 1 62 54 .. .,..... 152 ,,......l60 ........lJ7 . ....... 165 ......,,I60 Coal- North Ave. Fuel Co ..... ........ 1 58 Dairies- Luick ....,.. ........ 1 65 Doctors- Kub ........................... Mulcahy ,................... .. VVilson and Vlfilsnn Druggists- Beler ....... , ................... Center Drug, Inc.. .,,, . hrck ,.,..........,.....,..... Lemke ..... .. ..... .. Lippold ..........., Model , ....r.,.. , ......... O. K. Drug Co. .... . Schwanke ...,........ Tuft , .,.,.............. . Florists- Born ............ Food Shops- Dittl .......,.... Gasoline- "Bill" Meyer june, 1932 ........l60 54 . ....... 154 ........163 I 37 ........163 ,, ...... 15-1 ........154 162 ..,..,.,l63 ........163 160 ........l64 , ....... 154 .......,15S Grocers- llartlett .... llahni .,......... Krvsut ,.......... ..., Scheidemann ,,,... Schott . ............ .. Hat Shops- Lnndon Hat Shop ...... ,,,.... Ice Cream- Lnye Me ....... Luick .,....., Verihne ..., Insurance- Meyer Agency ....... YYY.... Porth .................. Jewelers- Alsted-Kasten , .,.. .. Hoefert ................ Kaeding ........... Tegtmeyer ..,.,.. Meats- Center St. Market ...... Fred's Market ....... .... Mueller .......................... Packing House Markets- lndependent ................... ..... . Photographers- Mayelr ............... Morrison ............ Picture Frames- Bresler .,.....,..... Krumbholz . Printers- Atlas ........ ......................... .. .. .... .. Hammersmith-Kurtmeyer .. Schmidt .....,......................., .YY.... Realtors- Pnrt h ..... ....Y.. Seeger ........ ..... . . Shoes- Ripple .....,............ ...---- Shoe Repairing- llaberman , ...... ..... . Typesetting- Lawrence ..... ....,. Typewriters- Typewriter and Adding Mach. Exchange.. Wholesale Grocers- O. R. Pieper ......... ....... 163 154 igs 134 154 158 160 165 152 152 160 164 163 162 161 164 162 163 162 154 169 163 157 168 167 154 160 154 160 154 154 158 156 Page One Hundred Fifty-one THE PER EECT FOOD EW 1130 W. Clark St. ICE CREAM Phone LOcust 5900 Fire Affmmobile Tornado THE MEYER Burglary Boiler GENERAL INSURANCE Plate Elan EXPIILFIUN 3346 N, Urccn Bay Aw. Tcl. Loom 7090 Sllfefy Bwldl Sprir1Her l.t'tli't1t!fL' Mliwwkm Wi, Pnlalii' Ijizbilily DE LUXE SPANISH INN ICE CREAMf -CANIDIES Complete Dinncrs and Suppcrs, and Delicious Szlndwichcs at All Times HSCIIHL' l4'llf7 .1 Swift" DANCING Cor. N. 12th and W. North Ave. Permanent NX"nves 58.00 and 55.00 NXT gin' 1-wry mcthotl of l,L'I'IIIilI1L'IlI XXVIINIIIK Permanent XX'.1vc Custoincrs .lrc untitled In .1 Slmmpoo .md Finger Wliw for 'ic or Finger vU.IXLAl1l1lyfUl 506 Shampoo and Finger Wfnvc 51.00 Shampoo and Marcel 1.00 Upwl Eiwliuxqi In Apfmnifmuzl awepl ll"rdr1uJ.1Ai .md S-IIIHIIJI Frances Beauty Shoppe FRANCES BERTRAIVI Phone I.Ocusl 1087 1208 XV. Center St. EUGE E D1ETzG15: co. ENGINEERS' AND ARCHITECTS' SUPPLIES BLUE PRINTS - PHOTOSTATS SECURITY BAN llf MILWAUKEE lornci' X lftli 'incl XY, lizllcnzu F111-cts . . .., 4 Buck thc Backers! H ffm fl 111. I.:1ll l.1,gi Urn Il:.fr1drui! Ifi - iff 1 :' Q 'e ' " , r - I vgmbllllli.. . , H 5.,w .'Y, if ,,. Aix.-.-I.jQm1.lJf'J,l."wlu!! lllllll3l.l'u,1iu'g... ilu-i..,, . ' After the Quarrel Dumb Dora to her grocer clerk sweetie: "You may be the apple of your n1other's eye, but you're not even appealing to me." In Arctic Circles Eskimo Papa: "Great Scott, Mabel, is that young chap gonna stay all night? He's been here two months already." Customer: "Chicken croquettes, please." Waiter fone-time baseball umpirej: "Fowl Ball!" Stage Instructor: "Have you had any stage experience?" Ex-Delivery Boy: "VVell, I once had my leg in a cast." Mr. Newbride: "Darling, this pea soup is full of sugar." Mrs. Newbride: "Of course, dear, I made it out of sweetspeas !" Grandma Tellem says: "Both men and lobsters turn red when they get into hot water." "I broke oif my engagement with George because my feelings were no longer the same as when I accepted him." "Yes? Then why do you keep his engagement ring?" "Because my feelings towards the ring are unchanged." A Trial Judge: "And why do you think I should be lenient with you? Is this your first offense ?" Prisoner: "No, Your Honor, but it's my lawyer's first case." The Girl fapprehensivelyj: "You realize that I'm an heiress, Gerald? Suppose the money came between us ?" The Suitor: "Splendid! How much would that be EACH ?'i Make Believe Mother: "Eat your spinach, dear." Son: "Aw, Ma, I donit like spinach." Mother: "Just make believe you like it, dear." Son: "I'd rather make believe I'm eatin' it." He: "If I have talked too long it's because I haven't my watch with me." Bright One: "There's a calendar behind you." He: "VVhat do you think of my argument in the debate ?" Him: "It was sound, very sound, in fact nothing but soundfy Bob McCann: "Do you know that Carnera has a bed over seven feet long?" Ray Emhke: "That's a lot of bunk." june, 1932 Page One Hundred Fifty-three Go to- SCHOTT'S GROCERY 2480 W. Hopkins St. K1 lhourn 3728 Gifts for Graduation LlPPOLD'S PHARMACY N. 9th and VJ. Burleigh LOcust 0990 "Say ll With Flmzierfn BORN'S FLOWER SHOP 1208 W. Center Sr. Phone Locust 1546 DR. F. W. MULCAHY DENTIST Office Phone K1 lhourn 2853 Res. Phone KI lhourn 3159-R 21-102 W. Center St, lxlilwnukee Graduation Photographs 12 Photos of Yourself, 55.00 Come now and we will include one large photo free MAYER STUDIO 2665 N. 3rd St. Near W. Center "Good Food at Better Prices" Sl! A1 Ditt1's Food Shop 2500 XX". Capitol Drive WQ' Deliwr Tel. Kilh. 3158 A. SEEGER REALTY CO. 2250 North 27th Street Kllbourn 5065 Cor. 27th and North IM-:alers in LAW R E N C E TYPESETTING co. CITY PROPERTY, LAKE HOMES 319 E' DETROW DAL' 'BA AND FARMS I WILSON 86 WILSON DENTISTS C H O C O L A T E 5 24113 Vw' Center Street Candies Nlwemu Phone KI lhuurn 4362 WALTER B. NIEPOW 1025 E. Lexington Blvd. EDge. 6282 ED. C. SCHEIDEMANN LEMKFS PHARMACY GROCER 2-142 Wfest Capitol Drive 2-H" N. Teumnia Ave. Locust 0577 Prescription Druggist We Deliver We Gmc 'Tmdmg Stamps Telephone Connection HAI-IM,S GROCERY 1910 W, Chambers St, Kllhourn 1760 We Deliver Schmidf Broflwnq Pinfertsxp 2400 N.I2':- S1-. MiLwAuxE: WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR XYURK WE CALL AND DELIVER HABERMAN'S SHOE HOSPITAL PROGRESSIVE SHOE RE-BUILDING SERVICE Phone LOcust 1351 2694 N. Ninth Street, Cor. W, Center Tattler Engravings by Hammersmith-Kortmeyer Company, Milwaukee Frye Une Hundred Iilfli-four Tin' Taller ur 5 - ffl' In ,di .. 5-- .. '-i1.v'f'5'-'gl'll'lir LI wing-l.I'l.xm..-y .4-"H" ilm-..,, .H Sonny Boy: "Say, grandpa, when are you going to play foot- ball?" Grandpa: "VVhy, child, what makes you think I'm going to play football?" Sonny Boy: "Well, mom'n'pop said they'd get a new ear when you kicked off." Mrs. Newlywed flearning to drive earl : "John, this mirror isn't set right." Mr. Newlywed: "VVhy, sure it is." Mrs. Newlywed: "No, it isn't. I czm't see anything but the car behind." Minister: "There is nothing as satisfactory as a clear con- science." Gangster: "I'd just as soon have a good lawyer." Waiter: "VVould monsieur prefer French, Spanish, or Austrian cooking?" Diner: "I'm not particular. I want a ham sandwich." Mary: "Don't you think that Edna has a magnetic person- ality P" Marie: "Yeah, everything she's wearing is charged." Donald: "Did your aunt remember you when she made her will?" Ronald: "Yes, so she left me out of it." Mrs. Modern: "Good-morning, sir. Have a chair?" Installment Collector: "No, thanks, I'x'e come for the piano this morning." Red: "I've got a brave car." Ed: "NVhat do you mean, brave car?" Red: "It doesn't run." lake: "Did you hear about Mike being in the hospital ?l' Ike: "No. VVhy, say, I saw him dancing with a good-looking blonde last night." lake: "That's just the trouble. So did his wife." -lack and jill went to a still To get a drink of liquor: The still blew up, And jack went out, But jill went quicker. Ed. Schmidt: "Do you suffer from pink toothbrush ?" H. M. Lamp: "Yes.', E. S.: "Then why don't you buy an amber one?" june, 1932 Page One Hundred Fifty-five 7 'D - , as 1' , if l 'M i p , X ,.f -Y , t I If li Drink" L l ift t Q "Eww....a,..,f1..f 'g HGARGOYLEH is the su' preme achievement of Oscar Pieper, one of the most gifted coffee hlenders in America. None but a customfmade coff fee, produced in small enough quantities, could possibly achieve the delectable flavor and aroma of this prince among coffees. A few cents more by the pound, its extra richness means you need less of it, so that it really costs you no more. If your dealer hasn t GAR' GOYLEN he can easily get it for you. Roasted Fresh Every Day Right Here in M I LWA U K E E At Your Delicatessen O. R. Pieper Co. Importers and Roaslers Founded 1887 "W'ho's the absent-minded one now?" said the professor in triumphant tones sud- denly producing a couple of umbrellas from under his arm, as he and his wife were returning from church. "You forgot your umbrella. and l remembered not only mine. but yours as well." His wife gazed blankly at him. "But," she said, "neither of us brought one!" And the Robin Cheeped An old colored man was burning grass when a "wise guy" stopped and said: "You're foolish to do that, Uncle Eb: it will make the meadows as black as you are. "Don't worry 'bout dat. suh." responded Uncle Eb. "Dat grass will grow out an' be as green as you is." First lmbiber: "I found ihici a half dollar." Second lnebriatez "ltsh mine. itsh got my name on it." "Whatsh your name?" "E Pluribus Unumf' "Yeah, itsh yourshf' Prof. Ito student who has been late ofteni: "When were you horn?" Stude: "The second of April." Prof: "Late again." "What are you doing these days, Ole?" "l bane a snake in a rounzlhousef' "Wh1it's that?" "A viper." The mill foreman came upon two darkies walking slowly up the road, single file. "Say, you, why ain't you worthless nig- gers working?" "Wze'se working, boss, sho' nuff. We'se carrying this plank up to the mill." "What plank? l don't see any plank." "We-ll. fo' de lawd's sake. Abel Ef we ain't gone an' forgot de plank!" A dapper young squirt came- fussily into the drug store and demanded si good deal of attention for some trivial purchase. The lumbering old druggist stood for his im- pertinence good naturedly. Finally the cus- tomer said: "And get me some insect pow- der-fthat'Il work, mind you." The druggist appeared to meditate. look- ing the young man over. "'l-'raid l can't sell that to you, sir. l don't want to get into trouble." "Trouble?" shrilled the voung man, "what do you mean, trouble?" "Been an awful lot of suicides lately." was the reply. Once: upon a time an enterprising poul- tryman crossed his hens with parrots, to save time, lle used to spend much time hunting the eggs, but now the hens walk up to him and say. "Hank. l just laid an egg. Co get it," An Eternal Truth A colored lad was, strangely. strolling through a cemetery, reading the inscrip- tions on the tombstones. lle came to one stone which read: "Not Dead, but Sleeping." Scratching his head, the little darky re- marked, "lie sure ain't foolin' nobody but hisselff' He went down to the post-office with some letters to post. He waited till the clerk wasn't looking, and then slipped them into the box to save paying postage. TeacherfCan anyone tell me why they put a hyphen in bird-cage? Bright Pupilfffor the bird to sit on. Tattler Engravings by Hammersmith-Kortmeyer Company, Milwaukee l.1yt Um' fllnldrtfd lilffl-ll.X' Tin 7'.11flw- I ne, 193 Page One Hundred Fiffy-.fe J. 0. KRUMBHOLZ Supplies Your Every PICTURE and Picture Framing Want 1127 WEST VLIET STREET CENTER DRUG INC. PRESCRIPTIONS Lunches - Sodas - Candies - Stationery NOW is flie time to lay a foundation for Your Financial Independence! Try the "BUILDING AND LoAN WHY" Green Bay Avenue Mutual Building and Loan Association WM. MEYER, Secretary 3546 N. Green Bay Avenue Telephone LOcust 7090 MILWAUKEE, WIS. Ziegler's Candy Bars T ttler Engraving by Hammersmith-Kortmeyer Co. L Telephone DAly 415 3 LONDON HAT SHOP 6: SHOE REPAIRING CO. Expert Hui Cleaners and Shoe Repairers Suits and Dresses Cleaned and Pressed 226 East Wisconsin Ave. 711 N. BI'03dW3y Milwaukee, Wis. PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE "BILL" MEYER'S SERVICE STATION N. NINTH and XV, KEEFE GASOLINE, OIL, ALEMITE SERVICE, BATTERY RECHARGING TYPEWRITERS RENTED Free Service and Delivery Initial Rental Applieil on Purchase SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS TYPEWRITER Si ADDING MACHINE EXCHANGE 34 Plankinton Arcade Telephone BRoadway 6889 orth Avenue Fuel Co. Coal-Coke-Oil Office-3014 W. North Ave Yards-3318 W. Fond du Lac Ave. Trziyelerr "Say, how olil is that ezistle?" fiuicle: ".Xliout ai tliousnuil yezirs olml, You eziu tzike it from me they rlou't liuilil sueh :iueieut ezistles uowzulziysf' XYife: "lle1'1u:iu, the hill eolleetor is here." llulihy: A'llere's zi pile you eziu give him." llolieemziu: "So you sziw the zieeimleutl llicl you uotiee the lieeuse number of the truck that hit the little girl?" Professor ul' fllzithemziliesi "l'x'i: l-ufgiiltgyi the uuiulier. hut I remember uotiugg' that if it were multiplied hy 129 the square Tuul uf the promluet woulil lie equal In three times the sum uf the digits. Mziylme that will help you." Pies Om' llznnlful lflflifirqlfl 'HM 11,111 I v VF N 1 0 w , ,L , ' ,. "'-it-.-- -'ali' 'sw kliilwi il-lllliplll l il if rIUa1l.I'U'zu-W 41""' I , ,, 7 "Your uncle seems rather hard of hearing." "Hard of hearing! XYhy, once he conducted family prayers kneeling on a cat." Teacher: "Never allow yourself to become discouraged. Think of Napoleon. No obstacle ever stopped himg nothing kept him from following his relentless purpose. Now, what do you think he became?" Pupil: "A truck driver." lones fbuying new overcoatj: "l can't wear this, dearg it's three sizes too big." XVife: "Yes, you can! Remember, it's got to go over the radi- ator of the ear in cold weather." Farmer's VVife fto druggistj : "Now, be sure and write plain on them bottles which is for the horse and which is for my husband. I don't want nothin' to happen to that horse before the spring plowin'." "If you really loved me all the time, why didn't you write me P" "I couldn't find a postcard with the right words." Manufacturing wastebaskets may seem a prosy oecupationg still, there's lots of poetry in wastebaskets. Guest: "Your father looks like a Kentucky colonel. Where did he get that beautiful white hair?" Son: "I-le's got me to thank for that." 4'The radio will soon replace newspapers." "I don't think so?" "XVhy not?" "You canit wrap up your lunch in a radio." Nurse fgoing off dutyj : "Is there anything else you wish, sir?" Patient: "Yes, kiss me good-night." Nurse: "I'll send an orderly-he does the dirty work." "That horse you sold me isn't all you cracked him up to be. He stops too long and often when I'm plowingg he acts as if he were listening for something." "Told you that he was mighty careful, didn't I? He probably figures you might have said 'Whoa' and he didn't hear you." An American farmer was interviewing a negro who applied for work. "Are you familiar with mules?" he was asked. "No, sah,', was the reply. "Nebber hab been. Ah knows too much about them to be familiar wid them." june, 1932 Page One Hundred Fifty-nine S N'i5'Pi- 'mio 0 Q' UNIVERSAL Cleaners and Dyers COncord 6181 235 W. Reservoir Ave. 6' 0106 ICE CREAM DR. IOHN KUB DENTIST 55"6 N, 'lictitoiiia Aw, Killmurn R055 Gm Atllfzfrfiifuwzl' Headquarters GYM SHOES 394: and up 53:6 Ripple's 22211 Tcuttmia Avciitic zit Cnntcr Strcct CHARLES STIEGER Recreation Room Rt-nit-ti for Card Pnrtius .intl Other Private Sotiiil Ftinctioiis Light Lunches Candies Soda Grill Call Locust 5575 1501 W. Center St. Gift Novelties Fzimotls for Our Fiitliitain Spuciailtlvs TUFT'S DRUG STORE H.u'ry VV. Tlllil, Prop. 2529 VU. Capitol Drive COMPLETE LINE CHIPPEWA COATS All Styli-5 and l'1iltci'1is fur BOYS AND GIRLS D ORTILI a'pS0N5 Spggflpqg GQODS N. Fourth and XV. North Bur hard INSURANCE 5T'59 pwms ST Mortgage Loans 4r"'L P1-'es Eric su? Realtors Oppmitc Palm 'l'liu.itt'i' Tattler Printing by Atlas Printing Co. I wt' Out ll1n1JrtJ51xfi lit l.zH.' Miss Brown's School of Business, Inc. E. Wells and N. Milwaukee Streets The only lviilwzuikcc husincss scliuol absolutely Lleinainuling that its students he high schuul graduates, or hettcr. The husincss puhlic kiwws this which ziscolints for our superior calls for positions. Call BRUQ1-lwziy 2978 liwr literature. as we send nn SUMMER SCHGOL-july 6 snlifitors, FALL TERM-Septeniber 7 TH E GIFT Y 0 U should give "HIlVl" or "HER" for GRADUATION ought to come from ARCHIE TEGTMEYER Inc. JEWELERS Wisconsin Ave. at 4th Every Banking Service Savings Commercial Safe Deposit, etc. Liberty State Bank 2708 N. Third Street at Center Siivings Dcpurlin L' nt Open lvlnnduy Evenings Until 7131! CYclm'li Back the Backers! V J, W. 1932 Iiiyi Um llnmlnd SIX!!-ll Your Child ls About to Graduate and now you parents are considering the sulwjeet ot 21 suituhle present to show how you appreciate your child! hard work. Fred. W. Kaeding -Jeweler Upcu lvlouduy, Friday and Salturdaly llvexuugs 2410 North Third Street Model Drug Store Cor, N. Sth .mtl XV. Canter St. PI'L'AL'7'ilh'illI1 Drlrggixl JULY 5-AUGUST 26 IDRIKIS solms ciuzfxus CANIUIILS 8 Wfeeks, 835.00 . . , , T Q2 SUBJECTSJ Vlslt Our Soda: tlrlll NX'l'f I3liLlVliR Lllcuu 1263 Hours: ww A, M. 111141 P. M. FRED'S MARKET Cor. N. lehh and XV. Burleigh "Ql1,1flf1 lfrlffu Q11,1r1,'fI14' lu H lux ...1 L hui :null Q.-f ll.,--1.-1 mn 6116 lf. XX'1Nuo11s111 XXYUIILIV lllmouu MfX11ll1vllr IISSH Milwuulum-, NX'1sfo11xl11 ADXIfiI1TISEllS Independent Packing House Market 2740 W. FOND DU LAC AVENUE OIVNED AND OPERATED BY AIILWAUKEEANS Opposite Kilbourn State Bank Tel. KI lbourn 9779 Patronize Advertisers During Vacation I .ge Om' lllnJ,lvt.l Sxxfx-f:. ff 'llfvf 'lfzffl Schwankevs Pictures for Schools . . . Pha acy . . . Framing iz Specialty Visit Our The F. H. Bresler Co. Yellow Lantern Sgda Grill 729 N. Milwaukee St. Cor. N. Third and W. Locust Milwaukee, Wig. O. K. DRUG CO. N. Teutonia at W. Hadley Owned and Operated by Milwaukee People DRUGS - SODAS --- CANDIES - CIGARS V, A. HOEFERT Groceries and Cold Meats JEWELER , , , "Expert Watch Repairing ' 938 W. Hadley SI. lbourn 4504 LOcust 4390 2500 W. Hopkins Street ERCK'S PHARMACY QUALITY GROCERIES Expert Prescription Service At Right Prices N. lith and XV. Atkinson .fXvcnui- A, N, AlllNY1llIliCU,X'vlS, 25-01 W. 22nd Street RAY BEIER'S PHARMACY DEUTSCHE APOTHEKE VJQ give 5. E? H. Green Trading Stamps for anything purchased in the Drug Department. Agency for Whit111an's Chocolates. 1037 W. Burleigh St. Milwaukee, Wis. Who Supplies North Division High School with the BEST MEATS? Mueller Meat Market of course! 1219 W. WALNUT ST. "A Word to the Wise is Sufficient." Be Wise-Patronize une. 1932 Page One Hundred Sixty-lhree PLU WE SUPPLY NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL with QUALITY MEATS Center Street Cash Market MILK FED POULTRY - GAME IN SEASON i'fIfIl'lIj'.I fha' Bei! IIIEzlffw Phone Locust 3718 1004 W. Center S I 1 TROPHIES CLASS PINS CLASS RINGS REA ALSTEDfKASTEN CO Fine ffwcfrj' I 331 E. XVISCONSIN AVE, T ttI Printing by Atlas Printing Co. ll X I I French Dry Cleaning Telephone LOc:ust 3381 - 1 1 1114 W. CENTER ST. MILVJAUKEE ICE CREAM An ide-gil fond for cunvalesrcnts. Prn- duced under closest laboiuitnry super- vision with the zulvantalge of every new devclupnicnt in equipment and saliiitury Luiitml. 601 lf. OGDEN AVENITIZ ii' i'?"" i Y..Q, DAIRY PRODUCTS Distributurs of Brook Hill Vitamin D 1V-Dj Certified Milk. Milk, cream, butter and either dairy products of the mme high quality as Luick Ice Cream. MILVVAUKEE, WIS. Let the Tattler Be Your Shopping Guide fllflf. 19,32 Przge One Hzmdred Si,x'l1-fin Uma a good investment . Dean lord of Boston Uni WCFSIIQ has esllmated that the average students ln westmeut lu a college edu cation pays dividends ln earning pow er amounting to 3150 000 But hon IS answs ered m Chapter 4 of our hook How to Use Y our Bank to Get Ahead Fall or write for your free copy Dad and Mother wlll want to read lt, too FIIIQT xvIQCONQIW NATIIINAI BANK 0F MILWAUKEE Um! 0 Wlsconsln Bankshares Group "" , . ' CF ' ' 39 . . V 1 . 5 . . . how much does it cost to go to college? This ques- . . V . ., ,, , - ,, . L, L. ku A 1 Pay: Orly Ha Group Photographs by the Morrison Studio mind S1311-1I,X TM' 'I lxtllrv Tattler Printing by Atlas Printing Co. june, 1932 Page One Hundred Sixty-.reven ir' an L "fi-" 'Iv y , l , ml rv I a Good Printing 9 D 9 is a matter of skilled typograf phy plus good presswork and paper. In these days of keen competition it is necessary that your printing stands out clearly as a "good job" in order to ref ceive attention. Don't hesitate to consult with us on your printing needs, phone us and a representative will call. We can assure you of prompt service. Our prices are fair. ATLAS PRINTING COMPANY 2667 N lcutonia Ave. KI lbourn l280 I'hos Lolgnon Oscar Traczcwitz bl c Rl IARY lm ASURIR PRlfSlDl:N'l' Tattler Printing by Atlas Printing Co. 'I'l IL ' TJIIIA SE IDR Cap and Gown Photo roplzs Cne Large 8 x 10 in Folder Three Proofs 6 for 54.00 12 for 86.00 aT: q -r 5? : f frf f : 2 fwzfw, :ffl TT? 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