Tomah High School - Hamot Yearbook (Tomah, WI)

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Through, all the years of childhhod 'until now, our I-Iigh School Days, , ,, F rf X Lf It has aided A15 With little helps, af thous?.nd'diffe15ent ways. Weyei gallfed through paths of ros'es'with tlfornsifgng the- ' ., , , 4 Way, Through winterls january and Springtime's balmy May. We've enjoyed too her library, her public grounds and hall, Her school and her amusements, in brief, her very all. A tribute to you Tomah, for all the good you've done, A tender thought, a word of thanks from each and every- one. You've witnessed generations with their fun and sorrow mixed, A May the stars of peace, advance, success, shine o'er you, ever-iixed. FOREWORD Time is when these brief years and months and days Have passed and gone, spent here among our friends Each one of us for cherished thoughts depends upon his recollections of thoseidays. Holding dear those things which to our school have brought Abundant honor, wealth of happy thought, Manifold friendships, memories to retain, Of honors many, of our hopes to gain, Treasures that build our Tomah High School's fame. A yearbook though of days beyond recall No name nor face nor an event forgets Nor those whose names are on the "Honor Roll," Undying pledge of our eternal debts, And let this book these things afar proclaim Let it go forth and thus fulfill our aim. DEDlCA.'l'lON To the High School ol' the Future, the dream ol' the founders, who had Visions ol' many stately hulildings loolcing down on the town helow, a dream that is no longer a dream hut soon to he a true reality and a just reward. fm V - ' v . , !K'iM?wX,SJ5H"F51.iL 917154,-m--5, V Qff- Iii V 1- A '- We I MJQF5- "TWi'T':Q"m5f: - Ffyzjl. fi: X 1, .fs5,:gf'f+iQA5?55,jggQvg,33fgW,5,,,z:,,W? is ' v V . ' -- X.: vi, X-,. '.-- J- .af ',-. 1:3 -Si 'L Y- - - X Y' , 41: ,3' nf, 3 . 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TOMAH HTGH SCHOUL CREED ' T helieve that T should at all times en: deavor to show my loyalty and respect for Tomah High School wherever T may hey That T should faithfully and consclen-S tliously do my hest from day to dayg That T should never shirlc extra taslss, hut cheerfully and willingly give my hest to my school at all timesg That T should wallk in the way of honor, guarding the purity of my thoughts and deeds in order not to lower the standards of my schoolg V That T should helieve that my given word is hlnding and that T should he honorahle, courteous, and generous toward ally That T should support all school entern prises and activituiesg and where possnihle talce an active part in themg That T should cherish the traditions of my school, protect her interests, and do all in my power to promote her welfare. 925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 Though foalsleps come - some lead away: This time il marks the cloxe nf day. 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WARREN Board of Education At this 'period of the year, when the session's at an end, We have thought too, for our School Board, and our hearty thanks we send, To each and all the members who have brightened high school days, Who have made our tasks more pleasant in a thousand different Ways. Who have taken vital interest, and have lent a. helping hand, Who have given goodly influence, and taken active stand, Who have guided us and watched us grow through all our school career, Ah then, it is no wonder We hold mem'ry of you dear. But more -than memory of you bide in our thoughts today, We owe you gratitude and thanks, more than mere words can say. For constant eiiort you've put forth in making our school grow, For all the kindliness you've shown, more than mere thanks We owe. We. feel a lasting gratitude, extend a thanks sincere, Since from your hand have come so many things we hold as dear. In years to come, ah years and years, long 'after graduation, We shall not less appreciate our "Board of Education." -o.. 925 THE HAMOT 192 SUPT. E. J. MCKEAN ILA., M.A. - 10 - l925 THE HAMOT 192 -12- 1 I 1925 Tl-IE HAMOT 1925 Senior Class Officers NORMAN LUECK ..,. LAWRENCE CLARK ,... ELEANOR REINHOLZ .... EDNA GERKE ...... . . . . . . . .Prcxidemf . . . Vice President U . . . . . .Secretary . . . . Treasurer Class Poem Four years have now rolled by, On time's untiring pinions, Since first we entered Tomah High To find here new companions. Four years of work and fun We have shared here together, And now Commencement time has come And school ties we must sever. This short road once so bright Now shows us friendships parting. "You to the left! You to the rightf' Our Life Trails we are starting. The world ofiers new fields, We hear a thousand voices, Dark wastes give forth enlightened yields, That will refiect our choices. We're only atoms here, Strewn on a field of fighting Our work has come to be more dear As constant wrongs we're righting. Through future's golden years The goal we are attaining Lends hope and leaves no room for tears, . While will and might are reigning. We leave the dawn of life today, Our goal is with a star. What ever life brings on our way, It will not leave a mar. So let the way wind up or down, To east or to the west, And let the heart with joy rebound For it leads us to our quest. I. CATTLE '25. 1925 TlIlil'lAlX'lO'l' 1025 ABBOTT ANDERSON ARMSTRONG BAILEY BECKIQR B511 BENJAMIN Brc'l'1'H.xUs12R BLACKWOOD BLASKEY Xl4lifVl"l', LlI,l.I.'XN NI... . ., . . ., .,"Lill" ISHLZ, MINNIE L,... .. ., . HMilly "The frimrrlxhip Ilia! makcx llzc lcaxl rmixc ix wry "Qf1lII llzc grmrl rirlum lim! me we lenuw, uflclz Ilia max! nxvfulf' Gund-mlIurcrlnnxs xlcmrls in 1110 1-cryjirxl wiv." jr. Sr. f.l10I'll5 IS, 43 Commercial Club 355 junior Rural Lifc Club 4. Typing contest ZS. . . , Isa lm ,loRc'1' VM.- , .,l'1J' ANl7l:R5UN, Amo A, ...,, .. .. ... ., 'blmly' INJ X UN J 3 U "" . , . . "C"' 7' 11' '.'." "Ol Im' many msc 111111423 arc wl11.vlJrr'r'rI ubnul, ,MUNI ll lin In mam NIMH Bu! llze one 'wc like btxlis'Sf1a'x Such LL gnml XLTUIIIRU Rural Life grub, yiccrprcsidcnl ,L Glec Club Zi, 45 Mixcrl Chorus Ji, 15 jr. Sr. Chorus ii, 45 Rural Life Club IS, 4. ISETTHAUSER, LESTER H ..... ,...,,., . ."Bcll ARMSTRONG, YERNA M .... .. .......... "Mike" N UMW nffcw words are lhc box! men." 'AA gum! wnrkcr and a pleraxanl ward fur 1r1'crya1z1'." Commercial Club ZS. jr. Sr. Cl1orL1s15,-lg Rural Life Club 4. l5LAl'KVl'UOlJ, LICXVIS G., ,. ..'lDul6h ISAIIJCY, IJONALIJ L. .... ,..,..,. , .."l5iIl" "A xlmng man in thc Held." "Seen nflcn, bu! .wlxlnm hoard." Football lg Basket Bull Si, 4. jr. Sr. Chorus 4. liEC'KI5R,lCL1CANOR Y .... .. .. ,, . ....... "lil" BLASKEY, MARIE M.. . . . . , . .. ., HA ll cawzcxl .flmicnl Ilia! lakcx lm' work scr'iuuxly." "A,qrccaI1lc ami lzappyf' Commercial Flub Jig Owl Stuff 4. jr. Sr. Vborus 45 Commercial Club 35 Owl Stuff 4. um, 1925 THlil'lAMO'l' 1925 BURROUGHS CATTLE CoMisxiav CRoctK1zR ISIJRROUGHS, HELEN E. .... ,..,..,.,. , 'tlirifle "One aflhe rcawnx why T.ll,.S'. ix a nice place." tilee Club l, 2, K5 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Jr. Sr. Chorus 35, 45 Rural Life Club 4. CATTLE, IRIS W. ......,,,...... ..,"Iri.vll HA worker who gels rexullxf' Economics Club Trcas. I5 Rural Lifc Club fl5 As- sistant Editor Hamot Stal? 45 Wearer ol Spade 'I5 Honor Society. CHAPMAN, GORDON W. ........ ...,.,. ' 'Chap Ulle is loyal to our class and school. Whal marc is warned?" I Iiaskctball Si, 45 Football -I5 Boys Double Quartet 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Forum I, 25 Hamot Staff 45 Attendant King and Queen 45 Sr. Class Play. CLARK, LAWRENCE L. C ..... .......... A tBarllvy "Wim can fell lv wha! lzciglzls hc may allainf' Football 2, 255 Basketball I, 25 Boys' Glee Club 25 jr. Sr. Chorus Zi, 15 Mixed Chorus 45 Vice Presi- dent 45 Cheer Leader 15, 4. C. HG00ll-lIlllltl'C1l, full of fun null xqlnzrc, a frienrl ln have and keep forever. Forum I, Ll, 35 Senior Class Play, ya uw LAY, JOHN R. .............. ........... ' 'Jaek" CHAPMAN CLARK CLAY DAY ' Dlxmrcnmv DEwr:v COMISKEY, BEATRICE M. D. ..,,. ...... ' 'Baa' C "We like her bceauxc she ix sincere and good lzearlezlf' Sextclc 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Glee Club l, ZZ, 3, 45 jr. Sr. Chorus 35, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Hamot Staff 45 Owl Stall' 25 Vice President 1, Penmanship District Contest 25. ROCKER, FLORENCE M ..... ..., . "Chicken "Silence ix anc greal arl af canversalianf' Home Economics Club 1, DAY, PAUL H. ..,.........,,..,........, 'Taulie 'A 'Tix nal always llmse who know most, have llze mos! ta say." DAMEROW, MAE M. ..... ..,............ ' 'Slmrly "A worker, always allenzling In her own affairs." jr. Sr. Chorus -I5 Home Economics I5 Rural Lifc -I DEWEY, ARTHUR M. ............. ...ujasnn 15- t'IIe's so good-nalured anzl ready In grin, One nalurally lllinks llix worries are lhinf' Basketball 3, 45 Football 45 Double Quartet 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Ir. Sr. Chorus 3, 45 English Club 15 Dramatic Club 45 Debate 3, 45 Forum 2, 35 Owl 45 Hamot 4. a 1925 Tl-IE HAMOT 1925 DROW FIEDLER GEBHARDT Gnrucr: G1LLi:'r'r12 GRAF GRAHAM HAGEN HESER HOFFLIAN DROW, HELEN M .,,.. ,.....,.. . ,...... , "llclcnc" GRM", NURMA A .,.. .,... ....,...,.... "Thoughl ix lhe properly of lhosc only who can cn- lcrlain il." Jr. Sr. Chorus 253 Rural Life Club 4. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 49 Ir. Sr. Chorus 3, 45 Commercial Club 33 Editor Owl 43 Hamot Staff 45 Class Treasurer Jig Prom Commit- tee 3g District Contest for Shorthandg Typing Sig C.I.P.A. delegateg Honor Society. 'Quiet in appearance, willi moliics unknown." GRAHAM, LRANCIS ........,............ Hjiggs "I lllil slrictly fi man ry' buxincssf' FIELDER, CHARLES E. ......,.... ..."t'lzuolc" "A winning smile holh he." Jr. Sr. Chorus 4. HAGEN, MAXINE L., .,,............ .."Ma.v GEBHARDT, DORIS L. .....,.....,...... "Gil1l1i0" 415,155 bw, likcd why ii. Miki, lu alll!! "Doris is a lrig asset lo our claxx, a quicl, carrziexl Rural Life muh 45 Home Economics Club 1? Class worker." Treasurer 25 Class Play Al. Jr. Sr, Chorus 33 Dramatic Club 43 Hnmot Stull 45 Honor Societyg Honor Society Playg Yaledictorian. GERKE, EDNA A- --.'---'-- -M"Gv'kU" izlcslck, osczua R... l,..,......... ...Hllcscr UAW UW' 'Cady Smile Sho had, L'Tlze world's no holler if we worry Whclhcr cvenls were good or bad." Lifgls no longer if we liznryfl Ir. Sr. Chorus 43 Class Treasurer Alg Senior Class Play. GILLETTIQ, ARDIS R. ..,..,..,..., .."Rags" HOFFMAN, EVICLYN A .... . . . . .nkeachec "A winning way, africndly smile, "A teacher she is going to be. In all a girl who is worlh while. And a good one mort undoubledlyf' Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus 4g Rural Life Club -l. Jr. Sr. Chorus -lg Rural Life Club 4. -16- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 HONEL HOPKINS JOHNSON JOHNSON KAMPMAN KELLOGG KIQRN KOLEFSKY Kumu, LAWTGN KELLOGG, NINA L, ...........,......... 'iNincr" HONEL, CARL J. .,... ..,. ....... .A.,., . "IIe's o good fellow who can smile when coerylliing goes dead wrong." Football Ii, 43 Basketball -lg Orchestra 1, 2, JS, 'Ig Jr. St. Chorus Ii, 4, Rarlio Club 2, 3, Llgl'rBSillcl11.4g Science Club 1, Forum I, 23 Senior Class Play. HOPKINS, JERALD W .... . .,..... . ."Jcrry'l "Ile is 'well poirl llzol is xolisicilf' JOHNSON, ELLEN M. .............,.,. Mary "L" "A smile is llw some in all languages." Jr, Sr. Chorus 45 Rural Life Club rl. JOHNSON, HlLDA M. ..., ...........,.. A 'Ile llc" "If she would lalk more, 'wo iniglzl know hor boiler." Rural Life Club 4. KAMPMAN, MARJURIE J. ............... H.S'pikel' 'AAmbilious! Yes, bu! cheerful jus! the same." Jr. Sr. Chorus 35 Latin Club 1, 23 Rural Life Club 4. "Dolcrmine1l In do lior 'very host." Jr. Sr. Chnrus 33 Rural Life Club lg Hamul StalI 'lg Gwl Staff 4. ' ' Now" KERN, NORNA G. ...............,........ " 'lSlze keeps her own counsel, and goes her own way." Jr. Sr. Chorus 4, Scicncc Club lg Rural Life Club 4. KOLEFSKEY, HERNICE M .... ........ . .HB o" "Slze's o good scout and we like her." Rural Liic Club Treasurer 4. RUEHL, ALMA F. ,... ..... ,....,.,...., ' A Toolsicl' HLcarn lo know her, shox a lruo friend." Rural Life Club -lg Home Economics Club 2. LAWTON, MARION M. ...,.......... "Mary Ann" "Quiet, bu! a conscientious worker." Home Economics Club 2. 1925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 L L LENZ LUECK MARTIN MCMULLIQN MEAD MoN1eK Morzen Nrmmsr O'LE,iRY PINGLE ENZ, CARL I". , .,..,.. .,f'lii!lic" MUNICK, LUCILLE .....,. .,.,, . .... ' tCcla "Corl'x good-izalurc has won him ma1zyfricmI.r." Athletic Association 25 Orchestra 45 Glce Club 25 Double Quartet 45 Mixed Chorus 3, -15 Extem- poraneous Speaking 255 Forum 1, 23. UIQCK, NORMAN H... ......,,,,. ,,.HzYormic 'tlfclzdyfor anylliing, work or play, Ho'x ll good scaul in every -way. Basketball 255 Ir. Sr. Chorus 3, -15 Double Quartet 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Radio Club 34, 45 Commercial Club 35 Forum l, 2, 35 Debate li, 45 Oratory 35 Owl Stall' 2, -15 Sr. Class President. MARIINJSAISELLEC ..... ,.., . ,..."Izzy HA wnrlerr, yo! olwayii' ready for ri good limo." Glue Club 1, 2, Ji, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 jr. Sr. Chorus 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Deelamatory 545 Extemporaneous Speaking 255 Hamot Uzlditorl JS, 45 Secretary 25 Honor Societyg Honor Society Playg Senior Class Play. Mi:lV1ULl,liN, ELMER R. ............... .'KLiirry 'illojzc for lhc Iicsl, cxpccl lhc worxl am! lake wha! Lomax." Radio Club 1, 25 Forum l, 25 Radio Club Treas- urer 2. MEAD, DORO I HH M .,..... ............... I 4Dol t'You may ind me in the library almosl any lime." Ir. Sr. Chorus Ii, 45 Owl Staff 45 Hamot Staff 4. HTlio.s'e who labor in carnaxl max! always occomplixh their ends." Rural Life President 4. BIOTZER, LOUIS G .... ....., . , ............ .. 'KBecau.rc a mon sayx nothing ix rm sign he has nothing to say. Jr. Sr. Chorus Ci. NIENAST, SADIIQ E. ...., , .. ... "Holly 'KAl!1iough sl1c'.v Quia! you may my X110 hay a smile for everyone." Commercial Club li. ULEARY, MARCELLA P. .... ., ... ...H 'Crllo "She puts liar worries flown in llzv hollom of liar liearl sits un llze lid and smiles. Basketball 15 jr. Sr. Chorus IS, 415 Glee Club l, 2, Ji, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, Ii, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35, 45 Sextete 35 Dramatic Club 45 Debate 3, 45 Owl Staff 45 President of Class I5 Dramatic Club Trcas. 45 Honor Soeiety5 Honor Society Play5 Queen of Carnivalg Cheer Leader 15, 15 Senior Class Play. PINGLIC, CARLTON E. ..............,.. t'Kinksr 'ilivery man is a volume if you know how to read him." Football 45 Basketball 45 Oratory 255 Senior Class Play. 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 RAABE REEL REICH RICINHOLZ REYNOLDS RODER Rooms SCIIMJD1' SEIDEL Si-me RAAISE, IRENE D. , , .. . . . .. ...'lll'cm: RODER, LUCILLIC L .... ...,., . .. .. . .. WLM' "A tliligcnl svchcr far llzv germ :J k7LI7ZUlCfl,QC.H Jr. Sr. Chorus rl: Commercial Club Zi. REEL, MARGARET M ..... ...,.. . . ,.."Muggi "IlfI14sichalhil5 charms, and so halh llzis mu.rician." Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 49 Glee Club 2, 35, 45 jr. Sr. Chorus 3, -1, Mixed Chorus 3, Owl Staff 4, Hamot Staff -'lg Yice President 25 Pres. Glce Club 45 District Con- test Penmanship 25 Honor Society 45 Salutatorian. REICH, GERTRUDE H... .,...., .. . ."lluldal' "We must have rcasarzsfnr speech, But 'wc need aancfnr .YllCllCC.H Home Economics Club lg Rural Life Club rl. REINHOLZ, ELEANORE ...,.. . .. ..... "lil "If allenlian in l71L.Ylll6.Y.f means xurwss, she should be highly successful." Glec Club li, -lg Mixed Chorus 3, -lg jr. Sr. Chorus 25, 4, Commercial Club 553 llebatc -lg Hamot Staff lg Vice Pres. Class Jig Secretary Class 4g Honor So- ciety Treasurerg Honor Society Play. REYNOLDS, EUNlCE L. ....,..,.,., ..l'U UA ncal and modal-l lilllc lady." Ir. Sr. Chorus 3. UA companizm llzal ix clzccrfal i.x warlh galil," Commercial Club Ii. ROGGE, GLACIA M.. ..,.. . . .. .... "Clash" 'Talicncc is zz flower lhal grows nal in U'UL'l'.l' ahc's garden." Jr. Sr. Chorus 'lg Commercial Club Zi. SCHMIIJT, CELEST M, ....,...,.,........ "Cala" "Shia ual a jlnwcr, nal a pearl, bu! 5ha'x a jally all arauml girl." Secretary Sig School Bank Zig Honor Society 4. Slilljlil., GEORGE .....,..........,..,.... "Jail" 'Alla ix quicl but wc know llzc wnrld will hear of him some day." llonor Society Play. Senior Class Play. SHUL, HAROLD J. ...............,....,.,. "Shia" 'Alle never has much la say, bul hc lhinks all right." 1295 THE HAIVIOT 1925 SNoxvlsEnuw Sowus STRANDT SULLIVAN SNUWIBERRV, IREAN ll. .,...,..,..,.,. "Spike" HA quiel langue shows a wise head." Rural Life Club 4. SOWLE. JOHN H... .,..,..,..,.,,..,.. "C'hnf1py "llc has a slurc of Iezmuilmlgc lhal he nm-or ynlfmm bnolesf' Football 55, 45 Basketball JS, 45 Mixed Chorus -15 President English Club l. SOWLE, K.X'l'HERlNE L.. .. .,..,... 4iKLZlfICl'lllC "This world belongs lo lhc crLcrgc!ic." Glee Club 25 Mixed Chorus ZZ. HTEES, IJURAL F.. ,... ........... ....,.. ' ' liulch "A gnml smul and a lrusiy Iazlg a merry hear! and Hue." Football 2, 355 Glee Club 25 Orchestra 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Jr, Sr. Chorus 3, 4. S'l'Ol.'l'Z, O'l"l'O W. 4........ . ,.......,., "Slain 'AA manager hc is,' wlzzzlmicr work hc Imzlcrlalcrrs hc :Ines il lharuughlyf' Radio Club 2, 45 Science Club 15 Commercial Club 35 Business Manager Owl 45 Hamot Staff 45 Secretary Radio Club 25 Assistant Secretary 45 Honor Socicty5 Honor Society Playg Senior Class Play. Sowing Sraiss STOLTZ TURNER XVEGNER WELLS STRANDT, NETTIE R. ...,..,,.....,..... 'inlets "She has more Khan wisdom, more lhan weallh, a merry hearl lhal laughs with all. Forum 25 Rural Life Club 4. SULLIVAN, HELEN P. ...........,....... l'Sullie "LUe is a plcfzsaiil iiisliluliong lel us lake il as il comes." jr. Sr. Chorus IS5 Rural Life Club 45 Hamot Staff 45 Class Secretary 1. TURNER, SPENCER W. .....,.....,.... "Spawn "A happy dislansilinn, like dollars, will pay your way many iz lime." Football 3, 45 Athletic Manager 45 Glee Club 25 Double Quartet 36, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Chorus 3, 45 Forum I, 2, 35 Honor Society Play 45 Senior Class Play. WEGNER, ERNEST A. ................... "Ernie "His life was geiille, and lhc elemcrlls, Sa mixed in him, lhal nalure might stand up and say In all llzc world, This was a man!" h Football 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 lr. Sr. Chorus Ii, 45 Forum 1, 25 President Forum 35 1 gmmercial Club Treasurer 35 Debate 45 Busi- ness Manager Hamot 45 Class President 35 Honor Society Presizlcnt5 Honor Society Play 45 Prom Chairman 35 King of Carnival 45 Senior Class Play. WELLS, EDWARD ..,...,............,... "Eddie HA lrusly friend la lhose who know him well." Football 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Glee Club 35 Jr. Sr. Chorus 3, 45 Double Quartet 45 Manual Arts Club 15 Radio Club 3. -20- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 WILDES XVOOMBILL 1' ZASTOUPU. VVILDES, ROLAND E .... : .,.,,..... ...HRrIlllF" "Manly, courageonx, honesl and lrueq The world hath need of men like yon." WOOMBILL, VERNA E. ............,. 'LWoombilly" "A jlnunrl of pluck is worth tl Inn nf luck." Rural Life Club 4. ZASTOUPIL, AGNES D. .......... 1 .,,..,. "Aggie" "Agnes is as quiel and honest ax a seninr shnuld be." Home Economics,Club 23 Rural Life Club 4. -21- .., -N.-,,, , if l925 THE HAMOT 1925 -22- A . , ,-, QE.-CHARACTERS--V ,. George B. Nettleton. . . . . . . T. Boggs Johns. Krome-Their bookkeeper ......,... 1925 Tl-IE I-IAMOT 1925 T he Commencement Exercis-es - Baccalaureate Sermon, May 24, 1925.k ' CLASS PLAY A Pair of Sixes BY ED WARD PEPLE Miss Sally Parker-Their stenographer. . Thomas J. Vanderholt-Their lawyer. . Tony Toler-Their salesman ......., Mr. Applegate ...........,. Office Boy ...... Shipping Clerk . Mrs. George B. Nettleton .........,, Miss Florence Cole .... b ..........,. . . . .Spencer Turner . . .Carlton 'Pingle . . .Otto Stoltz ......EQlna Gerke ,.1 .... Ernest Wegner . l . .Gordon'Chapman . . . ,George Seidel . . . . .john Clay . . . . . .Carl Honel . , . .Isabelle Martin , . . . .Maxine Hagen Coddles--An English maid of all work' ......... V ....,.....,.. .,.,......... M arcella O'Leary Sv-NoPs1s or SCENES A a ACT A I-Offices of the Eureka Digestive Pill Co., in New York City! ACT II-Home of Mr. Nettleton. Two weeks later. ACT 'III-The same as Act Second. One week later. A 'A Music ....... Class History . . Class Phrophecy.. . . . Music ......... Class Will ..,... CLASS DAY EXERCISES President's Address and Awarding of Cup ..,., Acceptance of the Citizenship Cup Music ......... Presentation of Class Gift. junior Acceptance of Gift ..,. Farewell ....... Music .... Music ......... Invocation ..... Salutatory .... Music ....... Valedictory ............. Music .....,... Commencement Address .... Music ......... Presentation of Spade .... Presentation of Key ....... Presentation of Diplomas .... Benediction ..,. Music .... ..... COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM -23- . . . .Orchestra Nina Kellogg ' ' ' ' Iris Cattle f fArthur Dewey ' ' ' Dorothy Mead ........:...Selected I Lucille Monick i ' ' L Helen Sullivan . . . . .Norman Lufeck . . . . . . . .Orchestra . 51. .Lawrence Clark , . . . .Gordon VWallace IHelen Drown - A ' A L Eleanor Reinholz . , . , . . .nMixed Chorus . . .E . i ..... Orchestra . . .The Rev. 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V M H -V VV -- -VV-'VVV- V+ ..x . , ,M V H V, V V ,, .V . ,Q ...W .1-VVV.:.fv ,,,V. V: Mn, V, , V , V ,E V. 1 -L 1214-.. ,gif ,ala ,j"V1'5x V JE' ' -Q ff 1V1"2 - ,ff 5Qa5M?,7 -V k WDiV9VV1VqqVgj ,Vi-Vggg ,,, . 4 .V x eg f V. Lfgguf ef V . V 2 V. 4 h 7,445 T, f Qi V i ...Q 4-V VV,EaqZ-ELVVAS' ., Vc . ,. k,V :5?,M.,. Q'-U V .Q .pVgg.?.VXe5.,:,V:,LvX4.:Q-.V..Y:,gawV,V5il,w:E1VVV , Ur.. 1? if! , 535' , ,gif :V S 4.4 1 2 T ? Vf2Q2i'iii3V1K52?4ff.? " 'J 9 " 'WWW ga fiigkasggxgiv VVS.-W V V 'WWSV VMVVMH V44 if fe' 'Sr HV Hz 'Y' ??"'f' ' " '3?JlVQQ'QE.? 555 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 junior Class Officers GORDON WALLACE. . . ANNA OLSON L... . . EVELYN GOULD ..... ROBERT COOMER. . . . . . . . .President . . . Vice President . , . . . .Secretary . . . . Treasurer junior Class Poem Three years ago, ah yes, and more, Oh well I know the fortunate day That brought me to this high school door, And bade me enter through the way Of fruitful knowledge, work, and play. At first I wandered aimlessly A little awed, 'tis true I know, Prepared my lessons thoughtlessly, But gradually began to grow To bigger things, to call it so. At times I7d stop and ponder long, Aye, as I now so often do, Why things I did were often wrong, Why all my dreams were never true, Why I was sometimes tired and blue It doesnlt bother me today, I've something more to think of now For I have grown in every way, I'm bigger, better, more, somehow The breeze of learning cools my brow I often wonder if you know Just who I am when you, me pass When all of you just come and go In one vast unobserving mass, No? Call me then "The junior Class." C. PAQUETTE, '26. -25- l925 THEHAIVIOT 1925 lfirxl Raw-G. PRATT, H. OLSON, G, WALLACE, K. VANDERVORT, R. OTTO, E. OLSON, C, Wislss, L. SMITH, D. SUL- LIVAN, W. PRUEss. Seanad Row-K. Wrerc, M. Zirmcx, A. 0LsoN, R. Nora, J. VVARREN, F. RUDOLL, R. lNENDLAND, A. Sex-iurrr, I. I-l1Nns, K, PAQUETTIQ. Third Row-E. SHIQRER, A. SHAW, C. SCHULTZ, M. Noru, E. Sf'Hll.IA!-GUXV, CI lllCl4l'I4lD, G. RuDoLL, M. WALL.xc1c, Miss RLIISICR, A. STICIXIZINS, L. R,xT'rL1-:, Y. PURDV, L. Vl'Ar:nL11:. unior Class History O MAKE the class of '26 the best class that had ever graduated from Tomah High School was the ambition of some eighty-eight young, determined, self reliant, and presevering Freshmen as they stood together in the assembly room one day in 1923 and organized themselves into a class. At that now historic meeting, lidwin Hell was elected president with Cletus VVeiss, Daniel Sullivan, and Ada Gordon to help him pilot the class through its first year with Mr. Trentlage as adviser. . lts success that year was unique, for Alice McCaul succeeded in winning a place on thc debate team which entered the semi-finals. Freshmen girls joined the Glee Club, and Douglas Harris, Gordon VVallace, Alice McCaul, and Lauretta Goff played in the orchestra. - The Freshmen party was one of the successful affairs of the year, and the baby buggy is still recalled with a smile. In the Sophomore year, the class with Alice McCaul, Constance Kyle, Cletus Weiss, and Gordon Vlfallace as officers, and with Miss Reiser as sponser, began to take her part in high school activities, with Alice McCaul and Edwin Bell on the debate team, Leslie Smith, Daniel Sullivan, lidwin Ifirschele on the football eleven, lidwin lirschele on the basket ball quintette, a long list of members in the Glee Club, Vironica Komiskey in girl's Sextette, Douglas Harris and Gordon Wallace in the orchestra, and Margaret Monahan on the Hamot Staff, the class felt her pride justified. Ruth Compton succeeded in putting her name among the hrst four in declamation. Led by Ruby Noth, the girlls Basketball team went through a championship season. Alice McCau1 represented Toniah High School in the league and district extemporaneous speaking and reading contests and received first place in both league contests and second place in both district con- tests held at La Crosse. The Freshman welcome in the form of a hard time party was an enjoyable affair. The all school Christmas party was one of the prettiest school affairs of the year. The Sophomore Chrysanthemum float won Grst place in the carnival parade. The Melting Pot pageant on February 220, was such a credit to the class that it was repeated for the Civic Club, while the -26- 1925 TI-IE HAIVIOT 1925 Firsl Row-J. BENZ, W. JOHNSON, O. HALL, R. MEYERS, A. MCIRECJD, D. HARRIs, H. BUELOW, R. COOMER, E. EIR- SCHELE. Second Row-J. MITCHEL, L. BEHRENS, W. Rosa, M, MONAHAN, J. LEAK, M. BRANDENBURG, H. BUSHMAN, H. BLADO, L. MARTIN. Third Raw-O. HI-:ILMAN, L. HALL, M. KLINGE, E. BELL, H. KOHL, K. LAMBERTON, C. ANDERSON, E. EDwARIzs. Fourlh Row-R. STELLINGS, E. BEARDSLEY, C. KYLI4, R. COMPTON, H. MILLER, M. ANDERSON, A. GORDON, A. Mr'- CAUL, G. CLARK, L. KAMPMAN. Fifth Raw-F. MIKRQUETTE, N. I5Is'rI.z, L. GOFF, A. FALKNI-:R, CASSELS, C. LEMON, E. GOULD, E. MElI'1KI1ZR. Sophomore Owl edited by Kathryn Paquette, received much praise. In a short story contest in the Scholastic Editor, Genevieve Clark received honorable mention for a story entitled HFor Elizabethef' Kathryn Paquette won first place in the state Penmanship Contest at Whitewater. As Juniors the class has succeeded in holding up her fine record. Daniel Sullivan, Edwin Eirschele,John Scott, Gordon Wallace, Robert Coomer, won letters in football, Daniel Sullivan, Robert Coomer, Gordon Wallace, Edwin Erschele, in basketball, Edwin Bell, Alice McCaul and Ruby Noth fought oral battles from the debate rostrum, Kathryn Paquette was assistant editor of the Owl with John Benz as assistant Business manager, Kathryn Paquette, Edwin Bell, and Alice McCaul were members of the Hamot Staff, Lauretta Goff, Douglas Harris, and Gordon Wallace were members of the orchestra, Edwin Erschele a Junior member of the Boyys Quar- tette, Margaret Monahan and Leslie Smith were chosen assistant cheer leaders. Juniors led in membership in both Glee Club and Mixed Chorus. In the Home Lighting Theme Contest Kenneth Lamberton received second prize. Many Juniors are out for the declamatory, recitation, reading and speech contests while seven of the members of the Owl Staff are juniors. Eleven Juniors were elected with the newly organized Dramatic Club with Alice McCaul as president. The Christmas pageant, "My I.ady's Yuletidef' was ample proof of the dramatic ability. Under the leadership of the officers, Gordon Wallace, Robert Coomer, Evelyn Gould, Anna Olson, and Miss Reiser as sponsor a Hallowe'en barn dance was the feature of October's social life, and a delightful prom in the nature of an old fashioned garden was given on May 16, which was led by Gordon Wallace and Ruth Compton. ln forensics, athletics, and scholarship the class has been striving this year for recognition in the citizenship cup contest and at the close of the hrst semester the juniors were in the lead by a very small margin. Striving to do their best for the school, the class of '26 is looking forward to its last year in Tomah High School as a culmination of all its hopes and ideals. hilay it continue to mix its work and play, class loyalty and school loyalty as of old "With Brains sirl' -27.. 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Firsl Row-G. WELLS, C. SMITII, C. STOLTZ, H. Davis, P. TAYLOR, E. RoDDLLL, R. IoIINsoN, W. FosBINDL:R, W GERKE, K. Orr, B. WiLD1-zs. Second Row-M. POPENFUS, E. GABOWER, A. JENSON, V. McNur'r, V. GOTTBEHUET, M. RAGEN, H. SMOKE, M. S'rEr:L, A. PLUNKINLTT, E. KUNTZ. Third Row-E. STRANDT, R. Woon, C. vVAL'l'ICRS, C. Scorr, R. NICKE, F. Revnotus, H. OAKES, J. XNELLNITZ, R. BLOSS, G. KELLEY. Faurih Row-O. SCHROEDER, Y. Bar-IRENs, M. VVILLIAMS, G. WVINTER, G. Roor, Miss THoM.As, M. SUTHIQRIAND, A. Wvfvrr, G. SKOIZICN, F. DONOVAN, M. W,xI.I.AeI':. Fifth Row-W. PRUESS, F. CLAY, W. SIIUTTICR, A. Vl'IiS'1'I'1'lAL, L. PRo'rz, A. Srokkm.. History of the Class of 527 The King and Queen were seated on their throne and the time dragged wearily along. just as they were about to call the court jester to entertain them a pageentered, bowed to them, and said, "Before your majesty awards the cup to the class in Tomah High School with the highest average, I would like to tell you a few facts about the class of 1927 when they were Freshmen." L'Very well," said the kingf' you may speakfl "The officers for the hrst year, said the page," were George VVells, President, Paulus Taylor, Vice-president, Grace Winter, Secretary, and Max Krueger, Treasurer. Hln athletics they surely held up their class average for they had Robinson Johnson, Adolph Mistele, and Ira Granheld out for football, and Lester Gottbehuet, Adolph Mistele, and Robin- son johnson out for basketball. 'tThey gave a Leap Year Party and put on a program the twenty-ninth of March. HThe Freshmen Owl and also the Owl put out by the Freshmen Citizenship classes received honorable mention. mln declamatory Margaret Wallace upheld the class and in extemporaneous reading John Drowatzky won a T. john and George Wells both won T's for extemporaneous reading, and three Freshmen, Carl Birkenmeyer, Ruth Gerke, and Paulus Taylor went out for debating. "Surely, your Majesty, this shows that the class of '27 is a lively class and did their share of work when they were Freshmen. "Yes," said the king, 'fit does." just as he spoke a second page entered and bowed low before the king. HArise," commanded the king. "VVhat is your mission?" 'LI have come to tell you what the class of '27 has accomplished during their Sophomore year. The President for that year was Carl Birkenmeyer, Vicespresidentg Robinson johnson, Secretary, john Drowatzky, and Treasurer, Adolph Mistelef' -2g- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 First Row-A. MISTELE, C. RANDALL, Y. LAMB, F. VANDERVORT, A. NIILLER, R. Hovlsv, H. RUTLIN, J. DROWATZKY, A. Mo'rzER, B. GLLLETT. Second Row-E. CONNOR, S. BAKER, E. BUTTERFUS, A. Hicsicn, L. GOTTUICHUET, D. l3ERN1cr'r, G. OLSON, D. VANDER- vokr, L. TRALMER, C. VRUOMAN. Third Row-D. LUECK, L. GILLETT, B. LAURSEN, L. BLACK, M. Kougrskv, G. Roor, V. GUERNSI-LY, L. ALTON, M. HUNT, V. KILMER, A. BROWN, M. POTTER. Fnurih Row-L. WEISS, R. GERKE, L. SNOWBERRY, N. GERKE, E. BURDICK, A. FIEDLER, E. DASCHNER, J. ALBER- MAN, I. ERB, A. YVILLIETT. Fifth Raw-A. Rosn, M. KRUEKEIIIR, R. DANA, H. IWOORE, E. H.NLLIlZER, C. BIRKLLNMEYLQR, L. BROWN. A Christmas party and a Washington program this year, which they gave were both suc- cessful. "People in that class won three prizes in the Home Lighting Contest. They were: hfth prize girls, Lillian Weiss, fourth prize boys, George Wells, and hfth prize boys, Conrad Walters. t'Grace VVinter, Carl Birkenmeyer, and John Drowatzky went out for debating, john mak- ing the squad. "Several of their numbers went out for Orchestra and Glee Club. In the orchestra there are three, in the Glee Club five, and in the Mixed Chorus five. "The Sophomores have seven members in the Dramatic club, which was organized by Miss Thomas this year, five people in the Radio club, and five girls in the Economies club. "Many of them have gone out for Declamatory, Oratory, lixtemporaneous Reading, and Extemporaneous Speaking and have thus won honors for their class." t'That,s a fine record," said the king, HI am interested in this class. I hope they will make as line a record during their last two years in school." just as he spoke another page entered and bowed low, and having been given permission to speak said, "This class of 1927 as Juniors will do much more than they have done before, and when they leave the school as Seniors, 'twill be said that this was the best class that was ever graduated from Tomah High School." "Well," said the king to the queen when the page had left, Hbefore we award this Cup to any class we will have to look further into the record this class of 19127, for I believe they have a very good chance to win it." "Yes," said the queen, "so do I." -2g- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Sophomore Class Oltlieers CARL BIRKENMEYER ..... ...... P resident ROBINSON JOHNSON .... . . . Vice President JOHN DROWATZKY ..... ...... S eeretary ADOLPH MISTELE. . .... Treasurer Sophomore Class Poem Oh, we can't describe the Sophomores, SO a few words are the best Just to let you know our spirit And we'll leave to you, the rest. As the green hue of our colors Will remind you we're aliving And the white shows steady purpose In the class of '27. So the spirit of the green And the modesty of white Have overcome each danger, Set each Obstacle aright. And when fade the other colors At the dawning of Our dream, We will see the growing splendors Of our standards white and green. ADA WYATT, '27, -30- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Freshman Class Olflliicers ToM EARLE ....., ,...., P resident FLOYD SHUTTER ..... ..,. V ice President VIVIAN KELLOGG .... .,... S ecretary KENNETH HESER .... .... T reasurer Freshman Class Poem The years Went rolling on Till the fall of '24, When there came a knocking, knocking, At the Tomah High School door. And so the Freshman class Simply crept into your heart, And may we e'er remain there Till time forces us to part. Success has been our friend In all sports We are Well known In good soil We've placed with strict care, All the seeds which have been sown. When the harvest day dawns bright, And the reapers long to reap, May then all our class be waiting The Commencement Day to keep. -31- l925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 First Rnw-H, DAY, R. PRIELIPP, J. XNYMAN, L. SEMRAU, W. ScHoNr:, H. SOWLE, A. ZELLMER, O. CHAPMAN, K. H1-JSER, S. HoNxsH, D. HENRY. Second Rnwgli. KRASE, A. MURPHY, R. KRAs1z, E. SUNNICNBURG, C. ISRUOER, V. Ross, M. THOMPSON, H. HUT- CHINSON, M. RYCKMAN, D. GARETsON, R. BERG, D. VVILLIAMS. Third Row-H. FOSBINDER, D. MELOY, A. LARSEN, R. JOHNSON, W. VERICK, L. H1LL1R1:R, Miss JONES, M. ZITNICK, G. HANCHELL, V. BAKER, E. SMITH, Y. SCHMIDT, E. THIDMPSIJN, A. BERNHARDT. Fourth Row-E. GERKE, M. Mm-1, L. VANEMAN, H. CATTLE, R. SCOTT, M. SMITH, H. VVIRTH, J. SYVERSON, N. PARKER. R. BRUDER, R. BUSCHMAN, R. CLARK. T Fifth Row-N. EVANS, T. ALDERMAN, H. ScHUr.Tz, L. CAss1z1.s, L. GAHOWRR, M. LTNHHAN, H. HOl'b'MAN, G. PURDY, R. ARMSTRONG, L. DRESCHHR. History of the Class of '28 E ARE the class of twenty-eight. We have chosen our officers, given a party, and conducted all our enterprises in a manner worthy of note. Through a committee of three we have chosen as our class colors, blue and gold, as our flower, the yellow chrysanthemum. May these colors ever stand for a loyal, upstanding class, devoid of any greed for personal glory, but with every member working for the honor of the class of twenty-eight. A The time we have passed in Tomah High School has been short, but we have learned many of its traditions and teachings. We have learned the need of sportsmanship in our every day work and we have learned to cultivate and apply these qualities in all our school activities. No doubt, having learned them in our Freshman year, we shall better be able to apply them in the years to come. The Citizenship Cup was given to the High School by the graduating class of 1924. This cup is the object of inter-class competition and ambition. There- fore our ambitions have been centered on this cup. Although we were not victorious, we have gained a great deal from this contest, which will help us to work for it next year with renewed vigor and enthusiasm. Perhaps we shall -32- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 First Row-J. NICKE, H. RASSMUSSEN, H. SHUTTER, E. ZUELKE, R. Ruzsme, R. Kurrmz, '12 EARLE, N. Gow, SCHENDEL, R. REEKIE, H. BELCI-11-za, W. TESKE, G. RooT. Second Row-A. SCHMIEDER, L. RITZINGER, THoMAs, C. CAHILL, D. Hom, M. HUI'KINS, M. SCHMECKEL, G. GLAN- DER, A. KRUEGER. Third Row-R. LUDEKING, E. HENRY, C. HUNT, V. Kr-:LLocG, F. SHUTTER, E. THIEL, E. KLING, U. VONHADEN, R SENOGLES, D. CRAIN, J. WVHITE, R. JERDEE, H. THOMAS. Fourlh Raw-H. KAMPMAN, B. GRIGGS, 0. VAUDELL, A. GOULD, I. MILLER, F. W1:NDoRu', G. JOHNSON, E. MACK. M. OAKES, J. Si:NoeLEs, A. BAUMAN, B. GONDERZICK, C. Rica. Fifth Raw-E. SELL, E. KYLE, A. PETE1zsoN, R. RAABE, T. HACKETT, K. CLAY, E. ROBINSON, A. li1ND'r, M. PHIL- LIPS, G. HUGHART, L. ScHMAsow, P. HUGHART, B. PETERSON. be successful, but if we are not we can try again. We have a lot of class spiritg every Freshman upholds his class. We hope to maintain this spirit throughout our days in High School. In our interclass battles we have not always been victorious, but each time we entered a contest we have learned better how to be a good sport and take defeat or victory. We nearly won over the Seniors in our football meet. We tied them but we lost in playing the tie. It is en- couraging to know, however, that we could tie them. We have won honors in outside contests, for we have talented writers among us who have taken no mean prizes in essay writing. P We fully realize the responsibility and importance of being the future Sopho- mores, Juniors and Seniors of Tomah High and we will do our very best to be- come good Sophomores, good Juniors and good Seniors. We shall try our hardest in these classes to make them the classes in turn as we are in them. We shall turn our attention to our weak points, for we are practical enough to see them and try to remedy them. We shall direct all our efforts to making our class bigger and better in every way. We shall work harder each year for the Citizenship Cup and we cannot help but succeed when every individual in the class works for the best interests of the class. Success to the class of twenty-eight! - - v 1925 'YHEHAMOT 1925 A xr? il wax xc! aparlfrnm all Ilzc rzrxl, To xpcml an lmur in pmrc um! q14ilcm'xx. After a hard spent day-Tlwzsaliludc. - - .sun-r' mgessmmgzx-A ma uffasmmans. . kmm.enagacrr:.4rvar wma--exams on V . .x W qzffsm 2 .x-.Q-uwme:,vz.M1n Awami wss..a u::aa'wvza..ev-nA " :Lg ,y':u-sw czhasanxwnsgs 1 ' f,'1fazarzmr.v:smv:- min f wuz'-mxmnirvmi 1925 'I'HI:1HAMO'I' 1925 Firxl Raw-SMITH, RICE, OLsoN, WALL,irtE, M1sTELi:, SHONE, Oi.seN, HONEL, Sowut WELLS Wi-iss Second Row-Draw. BENZ, joiiNsoN, SuLi.1vAN, Dicwev, 'l'uRNi-LR, lWlLLER, EIRSCHI-LLI4 Loom R KOXLH QUMVIINKS Third Raw--V-STRANDT, HARRIS, McLi:on, CHAPMAN, VVIGGNER, GOTTBIQHUET, lWl'lYlCR, Coach Cummings OR three years Tomah High School has boasted an athletic coach, worthy of the position in every sense of the word, and truly capable of shouldering the responsibilities that his particular line of coaching outlines for him, Mr. Cummings has striven his utmost to develop and advance athletics in Tomah High School. His super! vising and excellent coaching has called forth the best of teamwork and cooperation, and has coaxed many a team to victory. liven though our teams have not always scored victories in every battle, they have given evidence of an unusually clean spirit of sportsmanship. In the face of a dull and unsuccessful season, a score of defeats, and a very black outlook in general, it is not an easy task to instill a fighting spirit in a seemingly losing team. However, such has been the task of Mr. Cummings at times, a task which he has always ac- complished admirably, whenever the occasion demanded. We hope that such occasions will not frequently occur in the fu- ture, but if they do, it will be a consolation to know that they will be handled with deference under their present sponsorship. We all readily extend our thanks and compliments to Mr. Cum- mings who has fought so faithfully to establish clean sportsmanship, and a score of victories for Tomah High School. -35s ' 1925 TPlE PlAhAO'F 1925 5 d h - 1 l'n V i The Season LTHOUGH the total scores in football - Tomah 96 opponents 37 - would look good for almost any other team 1924 will probably be remembered asgone of the lean years in Tomah High School football. We cannot boast of a thorough going winning team but we can justly say that the coach did his utmost to organize a successful team and that they received the loyal support of the student body and townspeople which is largely responsible for giving them the fighting spirit that resulted in the defeat of their greatest rival, Sparta. The opening of the season found Tomah without the services of several of the men who had been big factors in the non-defeat team of the previous year. Thirty-five men responded to the call for football practice of whom only five were letter men- Sowle, Eirschele, Wegner, Johnson, Sullivan. Around this nucleus Coach Cumings had to build up, in two weeks, time, a team fit to meet Mauston in the first game of the season. This game proved to be an easy victory for the gold and white. Due to the unfavorable weather conditions the game developed into a combination swimming match and football game. Maus- ton kicked off to Tomah and Blackwood ran the ball back about twenty yards before being downed. By a series of line plunges and short end runs Tomah succeeded in working the ball down to Mauston's forty yard line where they were forced to punt. Due to the condition of the field neither team was able to gain much ground. Before the end of the first quarter, however, Tomah succeeded in pushing the ball over Mauston's goal line. Blackwood kicked goal making the score 7-O at the end of the first quarter. During the second quarter the team again succeeded in carrying the ball over the Mauston goal line. A By the time the second half began the field was a veritable sea of mud and footballj as' it should be played was impossible, scoring also was impossible and the game ended13-0. V Over confidencepdue to the easy victory of the previous year made the Tomah team fall a prey to Winona in the second game of the season. Playing a superior type of football the Winona team took the Tomah men into camp by a 13-0 -36- 19Z5 THE HAIVIOT 1925 score. Due to a much heavier line with the additional advantage of playing on their home field Winona succeeded after several minutes of play in scoring a touch down. Winona's fieet half-backs continuously broke through Tomah's line, whereas our men were unable to gain. Before the end of the first half Winona again carried the ball over the Tomah goal. During the second half the tables were turned and Winona was forced to go on the defensive in an attempt to break up Tomahls passing and running game. Much credit must be given to Blackwood and Sowle for carrying the ball down into Winona's territory. Winona was completely bafiied by the short pass and cross-buck used by the Tomah team and the ball was soon placed on Winona's one yard line. Here the ball was lost by a fumble. Had the ball been pushed over the goal at this time more touch downs would undoubtedly have followed, as it was, the team returned home with the first defeat of the season. c Our'second team, however, furnished us with cause for rejoicing. At the same time that the first team was battling the Winona eleven our second team was completely over-running the Camp Douglas team. Although the Camp team was much heavier, they were unable to stop our fellows from running up a 28-0 score. V Bad breaks in the game, with Lady Luck playing against us caused the team to suffer the second defeat of the season, with Reedsburg at the big end of a 2-0 score. Due to the loss of Scott the team was deprived of one of its best tackles. The teams, however, were evenly matched and throughout the first three quarters each team gained the ball many times only to be regained by the opposing faction. During the course of the fourth quarter Tomah was forced to punt from her own fifteen yard line where a poor pass from center to kicker netted Reedsburg the only score of the game. The following Saturday the team journeyed to Wisconsin Rapids with the jinx still on their trail. Both teams played superior football and during the first half neither team was able to score. The team came back on to the field, the second half, with the determination to win. After a few minutes of play the breaks turned in our favor and "La Laf' picking up Aa fumble ran fifty yards -37- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Ma. La.. , k 1 TX V' for a touch down. Tomah held this 7-0 lead until the last few minutes of play when Wisconsin Rapids by means of a "shoe string passf' succeeded in gaining a touch down. They failed to kick goal leaving the score T-G in Tomah's favor. A short period of hard fighting followed when the final whistle blew with The Rapids in possession of the ball on the ten yard line. We thought the Jinx had left our trail but not sofa mistake of three seconds in time gave Wisconsin Rapids the opportunity to gain three more points by means of a drop kick. Nekoosa came on the field the following Saturday with one of the best teams encountered this season and completely out-played the Tomah team. H The con- tinual one or two point defeats which our team had suffered had broken down their fighting spirit and morale. Nekoosais fleet back field gained at will through the Tomah line. Only once was the Nekoosa goal line in danger of being crossed. The game ended with Tomah in possession of the ball on Nekoosais one yard line with a score of I3-0 in favor of Nekoosa. One week of intensive practice, new signals, new plays, new line up, was spent in giving back to the fellows that punch and iight which they lacked in the Nekoosa game. Preparing them for the biggest game of the season. Then came the Sparta game. The fellows entered the game with more determination to win than at any previous time. The whistle blew and the battle was on with Sparta kicking. Tomah returned the ball for a few yards and was downed. In an attempt to gain a touch down in the first few minutes of play, and thereby break down the spirit of the Sparta team, Wallace called for a long pass. The pass from Sullivan to Wallace was incomplete and the team then turned to straight football. The team worked the ball down the field time and again only to be held for downs and was forced to punt. First the one then the other team carried the ball down the field only to be rechecked by the opposition. .The first half ended with no indication as to which was the stronger team. The second half Tomah kicked to Sparta and although the team worked as a single unit instead of eleven men, they were unable to check Sparta in their drive down the field. But with their backs to the wall the team showed that the week spent in bringing back the 'fold fightu had not been spent in vain. Q -38- 1925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 They held Sparta on the one yard line for four downs and punted out of danger. Sparta returned the ball to the twenty yard line and then attempted a pass. Choppy intercepted the pass and ran 90 yards for a touchdown assisted by splen- did interference from the rest of the team. Wallace kicked goal making the score 7-0 in Tomah's favor.' This was the turning point of the game. The failure to push the ball over the goal and Choppy's run completely broke up the morale of the Sparta team. Through the excellent generalship and good running of Wallace the ball was carried down to Sparta's twenty yard line. Then the ball was fumbled and rolled over theA goal line where Wegner fell on it netting another six points for Tomah. By means of off-tackle 'plays the ball was again moved down the field and Wallace topped the day by putting a twenty- f1VC yard drop kick between the poles, making a final score of 16 to Sparta 0. The football season was ended by one of the worst defeats handed Sparta in the last three years. g . LINE-U-P FOR SPARTA GAME E. WEGNER, L. End PINGLE, Tackle EIRSCHELE, Guard CHAPMAN, Center TURNER, R. Guard GOTTBEHUET, Tackle BKIISTELE, End WALLACE, Quarterback SOXVLE, L. Half COOMER, L. Half SULLIVAN, R. Half DEWEY R. HALF JOHNSON, Full back L39- 'l925 THE HAMOT 1925 Forecast ARRING accidents, 1925 should be another year in which Tomah High School can boast of a thorough-going, Winning team. From this year's squad of twenty-nine men only ten will be lost by gradua- tion or by the age limit. From the sixteen letter men only seven will be lost. Thus there will be nine letter men and nineteen other men who have had at least one yearls experience, plus the new material that will come in with which to build a Winning team. With Mr. Cummings back, knowing his men as he does and with the school spirit driving them on, another non-defeat team should be the result. -40- 1925 SULLIVAN EIRSCHELE CHAPMAN MISTELE SOWLE JOHNSON BLACKWOOD PINGLE THE HAMOT 1925 LETTER MEN WEGNER WALLACE COOMER TURNER A A DEWEYE GOTTBEHUE1' SCOTT MCLEOD GRADUATING MEMBERS BLACKWOOD "T" CHAPMAN "TU DEWEY "T" PINGLE "T" SOWLE "T" TURNER "T" WEGNER "T' HONEL WELLS 1 Summary of Games Sept. Tomah .... ..... 1 3 Oct. Tomah ...... . . . . . . 0 Oct. Tomah ....,. ......... ..... 2 8 CSecond Teamj Oct. Tomah ........ Oct. Tomah .... ......... ..... 3 2 CSecond Teamj Oct. Tomah .... ......... . . . 7 Oct. Tomah .... . . . . 0 Nov. 1 Tomah ..... ..... 1 6 Total .... .....96 -41- Mauston ..... Winona ....... . Camp Douglas. . . Reedsburg .... . . Camp Douglas. . . Wisconsin Rapids . . Nekoosa ......... . . Sparta .... Total. . . . . 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Banslietlbamll OFFICERS J. C. CUMMINGS. . . ,.........,.. ...,.. C nach SPENCER TURNER .... ,4..... M Imager GORDON WALLACE. . . .... Captain-elecl PERSONNEL L. BLACKWOOD "T" E. WEGNFIR 'ITU R. COOMER "TH G. CHAPMAN E. EIRSCIIELE HT" A. DEWEY L. GOTTBEHUET "T" C. HONEL A. MISTELE "TH R. JOHNSON 1. SOWLE HT" E. OLSON D. SULLIVAN "TH C. RICE G. WALLACE "T" C. Wmss INDIVIDUAL SCORING Field Free Player Goals Throws Wegner .... . . ..... 13 S Blackwood. . . . .... .10 2 Eirschele ..... . . . 9 2 Mistele .... . . . 9 l Sowle... li 4 Wallace .... . . . 4 I Sullivan... 3 1 Coomer .... ....... . . . 0 I -42L Total 34 22 20 19 lli 9 7 1 1925 Tl-IE I-IAMOT 1925 . The Season HE season started with the prospects for a winning team more or less of an unknown quantity. The previous season had been a failure, yet eleven men who hadqbeen in last year's squad were back to make amends for the poor season. Of the 40 men who reported for practice all but sixteen were eliminated. After a few weeks of hard practice Coach Cummings had organized a team that was ready to meet and defeat their first' opponents. ' y 1 'S The basketball season opened December 6, with a 11-8 victory over Mauston. The game was hard fought throughout and not until the final whistle-blew was the game won for either side. A The following Friday the team journeyed to Camp Douglas for an easy and decisive victory. The scoring was led by Blackwood who playeddan exceptionally good game. ',,t . A - On January 9, the team showed that two Weeks of Christmas vacation had not hampered them. In a heavy scoring and exciting game the team again won over Camp Douglas by the score of 26-12. - ' Then came one of the most exciting and hard fought games played on the home floor. The team was weakened by the illness of one of our best forwards, Blackwood. Neither team was able to obtain a decisive lead during any part of the game. First one team would lead by one point and then the other. Reeds- burg had the good fortune to drop in the last basket, giving them a one point lead in a 15-16 score. The following week we met Reedsburg on their home floor. This time We were handicapped by the ineligibility of several of the first string men. Only three of the first team men played, with Blackwood just off the sick list. The game developed to be mostly a guarding game, and little scoring was done. The game was won on fouls, only 6 of the 15 points scored during the game were made through field goals. ' Had the game been played under any other condition the score would have been other than 9-6 in favor of Reedsburg. Portage came here with one of the best teams in the state and defeated Tomah by the score of 34-14. Although the Portage team led by a big score the game was by no means slow nor did it lack excitement. Both teams played a superior type of Basketball and we must give our boys credit for fighting to the finish when they were so hopelessly out-classed. A return game was played with Portage on Feb. 20 in which the Portage team again showed their superiority by defeating the team in a 32-4 score. The next game was played with Sparta on Sparta's floor. During the first half Tomah completely out-played Sparta in every particular of the game, run- ning up eight points to their six, of which four were gained by free throws. In an attempt to cut down the number of fouls which were called on them con- tinuously and for every minor thing, the fellows were a little too careful and Sparta built up the score to 13. A return game was played with Sparta in which they again defeated Tomah by the score of 9-16. -43.. A -A A -,A A A w - A T A "ff-A-'f"f'fA?. 'A-W Arif -T'r.71ra4'fs'g2 "gig A A, 7. . e ---:A e :A1.?AzA-f'AAfAfAf1:AA-WA?gf fi, ,A -AV -.A .A A, . .A f - D AA 5- A AA A '-14.1 A. 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AA A ' 'F 'A it ig, A , Ac 1. 4 1925 TI-IE HAMOT 1925 Track HIS is the first year that Tomah has had a track team, and a great deal will depend on the success of the team in deciding whether track will be con- tinued in Tomah High. The outlook for a Winning team is very promising, having some very good dash men and also long distance runners. The field events are also being handled real Well. The fact that most of the squad is composed of underclass men causes our hopes to run high for developing a very successful team in the following years. These underclass men are learning the fundamentals of the events and should develop into good men before the end of their High School career. An inter-class track meet this year took the place of the baseball tourna- ments held previous years. It helped create interest in track and developed men for the all-school team. A triangular meet was arranged between Sparta, Viroqua, and Tomah. A loving cup was set for the prize, the school winning the tournament to hold the cup for one year. Arrangements were made to send the team to the La Crosse tournament May 16, and to the State Meet at Madison May 23. -45- 025 'l'1-IE HAMOT 1925 The glixlcning samlx :gf xummar snowy while, Sparkle and gleam among our xlnpcs in szmliylzl -40, s a nv , Q A ,v fa f, om, mga-11 4 14. fa fe 5,1 Q ww, 1, 'fu -fsv.'v1'Lf1'- 'f' f- - ,eg 5 . 111 -,, Hi:-' ' .4-Y .-,-,,, 1 ,-1 .5 , 1 .g ..- Q5 f A g5'L.' ,.-,qw ..j , "' ,nigga 'SQ 'g'u,,.'a Q !151 LL,qf1-:,g' .y. 3515742 'G by ,Kali ziaglidgpgw -4- n , rf' 1 -Q If I Us wg its-1: ,. L 11,3 A .351 Hg, , ,en W, Baglfggdy 1 ,ff-mx. Ly .,A, 1 5im,f,q,'ai - Lf14g,Q,,Q ,egg .J ,1 -. ., :,' -bw ' ,W 1,, 4 ,hwiiii 'fl 434, ' fi K.,-F SQ if "' 11 1. :4",' L",'l'a'2 1- . 4 . . 11 " -' ' ,-:L , - 1. 1 fxiw m' -"f ':3" "" " " ffv-"W 'H' , W 115 "Lf M 4 Q " . 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A 4 , 1 , r. 3 5 wi, V, .,eg,f.'. 1" fp., .fum ., '- : 'lx-" 2-Q-f:..f.x' 5 3115- -f 1- es ,, k .51 1z'i4 J"g'f 3 45? 9' ' 1 , . mg. , ' 'fb 2 , 1-4:5 -M4 ,.1'+1,ZW 5921 'Q3:1f.11f-,Q-:"4"fi'f :'?as'LY" 'Q":f79f!'3gS'!5x':-115415 '?Q2:1fe115Qg. 1295 THE HAIVIOT 1925 Mr. Cranfield R. GANFIELD graduated from Carroll College in 1924. This year has been his Hrst year teaching and his first year coaching forensics. He has won the friend- ship and confidence of the students in his work and personal contact with them. Dur- ing the debate and declamatory seasons he made special effort to give to each individual the proper training and attention that was necessary to accomplish worth while things. His knowledge of forensics and his desire to see Tomah High School have the best was an inspiration and encouragement to the de- baters and the declaimers. He spent time and patience coaching the speakers. Long eve- nings and extra hours were added to the day's work to help the debaters plan their speeches and Work out successful schemes, to debate with good sportsman- ship as their main thought. When any questions bothered the orators Mr. Ganfield was always ready to advise them and help to settle difficulties. We look forward to a successful year of forensics for 1926 with Mr. Ganfield a coach and leader of the teams that seek glory for their school. We wish him good luck in his work. -47- 1925 THEHAMOT 1925 Debate Season EBATQING, in which T.H.S. has many times shown her talent, has really come into her'own among the students. This was clearly shown by the large, number of students who participated in the tryout for the coveted places on the team. The first tryout, in which twenty-two people take part was held Ootober 30. The question sent out by Lawrence College was Resolved'That Capital Punishment Should Be Abolished Throughout the U.S. Twelve people were chosen togoonstitute two teams. The permanentuplacespn :the teams were not given at once and thus a spiritof competition entered into the work of each individual. Practice debates were held each week and in the middle of January the first team was chosen and intensive work begun. The question was an interesting one and it was as we might say, much in vogue at this time. The recent murder case in Chicago a year ago had brought this question of death or life imprisonment before the public. Consequently, there was a great deal of enthusiasm aroused over the question. The negative team composed of Norman Lueck, Ccaptainj Marcella O'Leary, Edwin Bell, and Eleonore Reinholz Calternatej, and three members of the alumni, who were at one time debaters in T.H.S. held a practice debate before the as- sembly in February. The decision was unanimous in favor of the afiirmative. Though this debate was disheartening for the negative team, which had de- feated the alumni the previous year, the teams settled down to real work and resolved that this would be the last defeat. On February'5tha second preliminary debate was held between Mauston and Tomah. The negative team debated in the assembly and the same day the affirmative team, composed of Alice McCaul Ccaptainl, John Drowatzky, Arthur Dewey, and Carl Birkenmeyer Calternatej, debated at Mauston. Al- though both Tomah teams did splendid work the decision was given to Mauston in both cases. , The first triangle was scheduled for February 20 and from the time of the Mauston debates until the triangle, the debaters put all their time and energy on debate work, determined to beat their old rivals Sparta and Viroqua as they had done the previousyear. The negative team went to Viroqua and won their debate by a two to one decision. The afiirmative team was beaten Cat Tomahl by Sparta by a very close decision. This defeat made it impossible for Tomah to take part in another triangle. The much desired victory was won by our ever lasting rival, Sparta. In the latter part of March at series of debates were arranged between Tomah High and Mauston. These non decision debates were given in April before smaller schools who were less fortunate and had no debate team. They were given for the purpose of stimulating interest in debate in these schools. The debates were given before the schools of Norwalk, New Lisbon, Camp Douglas, and Hillsboro. The debaters enjoyed this Work very much and felt repaid for their efforts. Our season is over. Although we did not win our triangle we feel that we have received a great deal of benefit from it individually and we feel that next year's team, with the experienced debaters will be a winning one. When the class of '25 leaves T.H.S. it will take three veteran debaters, Nor- man Lueck, Arthur Dewey and Marcella O'Leary who have all been members of the team for the past two years. Though they are leaving T.H.S. they and the entire class of '25 wish next year's team the best of luck. -48- . 1925 TI-IE HAMOT 1925 Our Dramatic Coach ITH the addition of Miss Thomas to our corps of teachers, another desir- able outside activity was introduced in Tomah High School. Many students Were Waiting for just such an opportunity as Miss Thomas offered. The opportunity presented itself in the form of a Dramatic Club organized by Miss Thomas. The club was organized at the beginning of the school year, and has since been doing very commendable work. Several splendid plays have been given, two of which were open to the public, under the direction and supervision of the sponsor. Miss Thomas has received a certificate for Dramatic Art, and Was a member of the Wisconsin Beta Chapter of Theta Alpha Phi, a national dramatic fraternity, and she took part in "Merely Mary Ann," "Grumpy," Stage Manager in 4'The Wren,', took part in "The House Next Door," in a dramatic recital, and took the lead in "Come Out of the Kitchen." We are glad Miss Thomas has encouraged Dramatic Art in our high school and we wish the club real dramatical success. -49- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 k lllkecitation' and Declamatory OWARD the middle of the second semester of the schoolyear, work was begun in declamatory and recitation. Delclamatory, which was formerly called oratory, and recitation, which was formerly called declamatory, are now open to both boys and girls. Several elimination Contests were held from which our representatives for the district contests were chosen. In recitation Con- stance Kyle was given first place and Alice McCaul second. In declamatory Lawrence Clark was given first place and Edwin Bell second. These four people represented Tomah High at Sparta, May 2 in the district contest. The contests were held in the gymnasium of the Sparta High School on the evening of Track and Forensic Day. Two contestants from Viroqua, Sparta and Tomah took part. Places in recitation were awarded: h First--Alice McCaul, Tomah-"His Soul Goes Marching On." Second-Elizabethe Hill, Sparta-"The Prince Pauperfl . Third-Helen Baldwin, Viroqua-"The Clanging Hoursf' I In the declamatory places were awarded to: First-Frank Spiradling, Sparta-Universal Peace. Second?-Iohn Canfield, Sparta-"The Christ of the Andes. Third-Hjohn Bucanan, Viroqua-"The Christ of the Andes." The winners of the first two places in declamatory and recitation will speak in the semi-finals to be held in La Crosse, May 15. The winner of first places in La Crosse will go to the State Contest at Madison. Tomah High School has high hopes and extends best wishes to our representative, Alice McCaul. -50- l925 THE HAMOT 1925 Extemporaneous Reading and Speaking FROM a series of extemporaneous contests held in Tomah High School Alice McCaul and Marcella O'Leary were chosen to represent Tomah at the district contest held at Sparta May 2, 1925. Viroqua, Sparta and Tomah competed in this contest. The contestants drew their topics and material from a list sent in by the State Department. They were then given an hour and a half to prepare a five Vminute topic in speaking and an hour and a half to prepare their reading material. The following places were awarded: SPEAKING First-Alice McCaul, Tomah-Teaching as a Profession. Second-Amelia Anderson, Viroqua-Conservation of Wild Flowers. Third-John Canfield, Sparta-Immediate Independence for the Philippines. READING First-Frank Spradling, Sparta+Icabod Crane. SecondfAlice McCaul, Tomahe-Irving's Sketch Book. Third-Helen Baldwin, Yiroqua. -51- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Commercial .HE Tomah Schools can boast of a very eflicient Commercial Department, as was shown bythe' result of the District Commercial Contest heldiat Tomah April 183 l925.f The Contest is each year held at the school winning first place in the district the previous year. The schools which entered the Contest this year are as follows: Viroqua Hillsboro Sparta New Lisbon Elroy B Mauston Onalaska Tomah The winners in the district are as follows: Tomah-First place with fifty-four points. Viroqua-Second place with fourteen points. Onalaska-Third place with twelve points. Much credit must be given the Commercial instructors and the following people who succeeded in scoring points for their school. Beginning Bookkeeping . . . . . . . . lst. John Drowatzky 2nd, Ruth Gerke Advanced Bookkeeping .... lst. john Benz g e 2nd. Craig Scott Penmanship .... lst. Beatrice Comiskey ' 3rd. Margaret Reel junior Shorthand .... 4th. Helen Buschman Senior Shorthand . . Rapid Calculation. . . junior Typing .... Senior Typing .... -52- lst. 3rd. Five lst. 3rd. 2nd. 3rd. Helen Drow Eleanore Reinholz ties for first place Leonard Tralmer Laura Drescher Ruth Wendland Opal Heilman Lillian Abbot Otto Stoltz 1925 THE HAMGT 1925 Honor Society OFFICERS ERNEST WEGNER ..... ,,,..,.. ....... ......, P r e sidenl MARCELLA O,LEARY .... .,..... . .... V ice President ISABELLE MARTIN ...... ...,... . Secrelary ELEANORJQ: REINIIOLZ .,,, .A.. ..... 1 ' reasurer Miss Drowatzlky ISS DROWATZKY has given unlimited time to the development of the Honor Society and to the Work the Honor Society has accomplished. Since 1921, when this so- ciety Was organized, Miss Drowatzky has Worked for its interests making them the in- terests of Tomah High. She has endeavored to bring before all the students of the school the desire to belong to this society, to co- operate With it, and make it the goal for which to strive. She has succeeded in that endeavor. Those who have worked with her personally have benefited by her ideals, her strength of character, her willingness to work, her cheerfulness in doing the hard tasks, her originality of ideas, her competent methods, and every characteristic that makes a strong likeable personality. When the society presented its annual play, she cheerfully gave up all of her time to make the production a success. In all the projects undertaken, she has always been the first to volunteer her services. Since her association with Tomah High School, Miss Drowatzky has worked for its honor. She has given her best and the results have always been the best. We shall all cherish her friendship as the friendship of one who stands for the best principles of life and does her work accordingly. -53- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 7 Q ATIEINAL 'M Q N . 0 Members Elected in October p Elected in February DORIS GEBHARDT IRIS CATTLE ISABELLE MARTIN HELEN DRoW MARCELLA O,LEARY MARGARET REEL ELEANORE REINHOLZ CELEST SCHMIDT ERNEST WEGNER OTTO STOLTZ OMAH High School has many clubs and organizations but the only honor- ary society is Chapter 21 of the National Honor Society. This is an or- ganization to which all students should strive to become members. Students are chosen to membership in this Society by a faculty board who are authorized by the National Constitution to select 1072, of the class the first semester and 52. the second semester. This year five seniors were chosen in November and five in February making a total membership of ten from a class of seventy-three. Meetings were held twice a month under the sponsor- ship of Miss Drowatzky and many worth-while projects have been accomplished. It has been' the aim of each member to become a better citizen of Tomah High School so that his citizenship might not only benefit the Society but the entire school. In january the play "Fifty-Fiftyu was given, which was a great success, due for the most part to Miss Drowatzky's splendid coaching. The active members were assisted in this production by graduate members of the organ- ization and members from the Senior Class. This year the Honor Society has presented to the school two gifts with the hope that they would fill a need which has long been felt. With the proceeds from the play a davenport has been purchased which is to be the nucleus of the furnishings for a teachers' rest room. The chapter also gave the Key and Spade panels which have been placed in the Auditorium. These panels are to be used for recording the names of the winners of these honors. The Honor Society may View its yearls work with pride for it has succeeded in doing the things it proposed to do. -54- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 T THE State Commercial Contest held at Whitewater in May 1924, Kath- erine Paquette succeeded in winning first place in the penmanship contest and received as the award the Silver Loving Cup with her name and the date of the contest engraved upon it. WO honor awards were instituted in 1924 which will become traditions of Tomah High School. To encourage Leadership, initiative, and cooperation Mr. McKean presented to the school a gold Key which will be awarded each year to the senior who receives the faculty vote of being the best-all-around student of the in-coming senior class. Miss McAdams presented a gold Spade to be awarded to the senior receiving the faculty vote as the hardest worker. V I . From the class of '24 Galanda Benz was awarded the Key, and Lulu Kellogg received the Spade. At their commencement Galanda Benz presented the Key to Ernest Wegner and Lulu Kellogg awarded the Spade to Iris Cattle. These Students have had the privilege of wearing the pins during their senior year at school. -55- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Citizenship Cup T THE close of its high school career the class of 1924 presented a Silver Loving Cup to the school as a lasting token of its regard. The Cup will be awarded each year to the class receiving the highest average in a series of interclass contests. Each class will be ranked on its attendance, initiative, scholastic average, class support, and par- ticipation in extracurricular activities. Considering that the race for the Cup is evident in practically every important phase of our high school life, a spirit of friendly rivalry, has automatically arisen between the various classes. This rivalry has been the source of rapid advancement, through splendid co- operation, a sense of clean sportsmanship, and a naturally keen desire to see the in- dividual rise in the record list of activities. It has developed a greater regard for scholarship, and those who felt no par- ticular responsibility before, realize it doubly now, and through concerted effort, and an earnest desire to contribute their share, now occupy a desirable position in their class and top the honor roll in ranking. The class of 1924 must have foreseen the possibilities connected with such a presentation, but it is to be doubted if they realized to full extent the spirit which the presence of the cup on the rostrum has instilled in the hearts of mem- bers of Tomah High School. The Cup was thoughtfully placed before the eye of every student, and has brought effective and pleasing results. Basketball, football, and debate have witnessed greater audiences this year because of it. Students saw in the various contests another opportunity to help their class, and the number of contestants enrolled for the different types of contest work, was both surprising and grati- fying. Such results have not only been evident in the big activities, but they ap- pear also in the little things which cost but little effort to do, but when done count much toward making our school a more desirable institution. The keen competition among the classes gives to each individual the desire to do things he would ordinarily pass by with the idea that his contribution would not be worth the effort. Every student is inspired with enthusiasm, confidence, hope, and the will to give his best to the school. Such has been the worth of the contribution made to Tomah High School by the class of 1924. 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 First Row-M. IQAMPMAN, I. SNOWBERRY, H. BURROUGHS, I. GUY, H. SULLIVAN, E. HOFFMAN, E. Kui-:HL, B. TURNER, R. DANA. Second Row-M. Wrzlss, L. RANDALL, L. MoRs13, M. ITAGI-iN, E. STRANDT, D. ISIQNJAMIN, N. STRANDT, Y. ARMSTRUNG, N. GRAF, B. KOLEFSKY, H. Riel-nc. Third RnwiN. KELLoGG, V. XVOOMBILL, E. JOHNSON, I. CATTLE, O. ANDERSON, Miss BEECKLER, N. KERN, H. JOHNSON, A. GILLETTE, M. BIQLZ, L. MONICK. Rural Life Club HE Rural Life Club is an organization which aims to acquaint its members with rural life problems and develop in them leadership ability. This will enable them to cope with conditions in rural communities where their work will be centered next year. As a special project the club chose to read two modern books on methods, vizg Thorndyke'sf"New Methods in Teaching Arithmetic," and Emma Wat- kins-"Teaching Silent Reading to Beginners." The silent reading device cards suggested in the Emma Watkins' book have been prepared, and as a result each girl has a well equipped pack for teaching silent reading in the rural school. In order that the work in the Teacher's Training Course might be made more efficient the club has presented to the department several articles, among which are a victrola and some records, the picture, 'fThe Return to the Farm," and a printing outnt. To the school library it has added a complete set of Kiplingls works. The Rural Life Club found time in the midst of their Christmas rush to prepare a box of dolls with which to gladden the hearts of the little boys and girls in the Home for Dependent Children at Sparta. The programs of the organization have consisted chiefly of a survey of rural conditions. Realizing that a study of any kind should include 'suggestions for improvement, each survey has been followed by a clear understanding of how each community might be bettered. Each member feels that she is better able to meet the conditions of her rural school through her pleasant associations with the Rural Life Club. -57- 1925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 First Raw-C. SMITH, N. LUECK, A. MCLEQD, K. LAMBERTON, O. STOLTZ. Second Raw-O. YAUDELL, V. GUERNsEY, A. VVVATT, Miss S'r11:uENs, E. C'AssELs, A. FAI.KNr:R, C. HUNEL Third Row-C. CAHILL, E. RoB1NsoN, C. Srouz. Radio Club N September 19, 1924 the Tomah Radio Club reorganized for its fourth year of work. Meetings were held first and third Thursday of each school month. The officers for the year were: CARL HONEL ....., . . . ....... Presidenl EVELYN CASSELS ..., I .... Vice President ARLLYS FALKNER ....... ....... S ecretary KENNETH LAMBERTQJN .... .... T reasurer Miss STEBENS ....,,.........,.............. .... S ponsor PROGRAM COMMITTEE EVELYN CASSELS ....,.............,........ ..... C 'hairman KENNETH LAMBERTON OTTO STOLTZ The special aim of the club this year Was to acquaint the members with the parts of the set and their use. Other aims were: to discuss the topics pertain- ing to science, to acquire knowledge on correct conduct of meetings, and to become well versed in code. The point system was introduced this year. The object was to arouse the members' interest in club activities. Points were given for various activities, among them a high ranking in a test on topics given in the program. The winner was given a subscription to Q.S.T., a radio magazine, as a reward for earnest efforts. The club has been very successful in the past year. It has purchased a two-stage amplifier, B battery, lightning switch, and a few minor parts, thus making an eflicient, good working set. -5g- IQZ5 THE HAMOT 1925 First RvwiC. SCOTT, J. DROWATZKY, E. STRANDT, M. TNTONAHAN, J. SCOTT, G. OLSON. Second Row-L. BROWN, B. COMISKEY, L. CASSELS, Miss THOMAS, M. O'LEARv, J. WVARREN, A. Dicwicv. Third RawfA, BUDFAUL, M. XNALLACE, C. Kyuz, R. NOTH, M. ANDERsoN, 1. MARTIN, G. CLARK, F, MARQUART, E. KYLE Fourth Raw-D. Gi-:Bl-IARDT, R. GERKE, R. COMPTON. Dramatic Club OFFICERS ALICE MCCAUL. . . ,........... ,,.... P resident JOHN SCOTT ......... . . . Vice President MARION ANDERSON .... ....... S eeretary MARCELL.A O7LEARY. , , . . .Treasurer HE Masque and Wig Club was organized during the past year, under the supervision of Miss Thomas, for the purpose of promoting dramatics in Tomah High School. The school has long felt the need of a dramatic club to interest students in all forms of dramatics. The club this year has furnished its members with an opportunity to develop their abilities in the best Way. Every member has used the privilege of belonging to the club to advantage. The club was divided into four groups, each group consisting of five people and a chairman. The groups were each in turn responsible for the programs of their respective meetings. Business meetings were also held at which the members of the club learned of the technique of dramatics, by talks, explanations and discussions from dramatic magazines and books. The funds collected by the club were used to purchase a flood light for the High School stage. At an open meeting March, 27, two one act plays were given. The characters were portrayed very well, and the casts presented to the public two plays well worth while. -fo- l925 THE HAMOT 192 -60- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 The ll-lamot Stalfl' EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Isabelle Martin ASSOCIATE EDITOR, Iris Cattle LOCALS, Helen Drow BUSINESS MANAGER Ernest Wegner ASSO. BUSINESS MANAGER, Arthur Dewey ADVERTISINOYMGR., Edwin Bell A SPONSOR, Miss McAdams I ACTIVITIES I ATHLETICS, Gordon Chapman FORENSICS, Eleanore Reinholz MUSIC, Margaret Reel SOCIALS, Beatrice Comiskey I SNAPS, Nina Kellogg ART EDITOR, Helen Sullivan LITERARY HUMOR EDITOR, Marcella O'Leary LITERARY, Dorothy Mead ' CALENDAR, Alice McCaul I . ALUMNI ' Celest Schmidt A Doris Gebhardt TYPIST, Otto Stoltz CLASS REPORTERS Kathryn Paquette John Drowatzky Robert Kupper -61- 1925 TI-IE HAMOT 1925 ..62- ..., 3:1 -'P ' ' . W -1--1 T-r--1 . -- i3 'g."' 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Distant Music Far now from you, dear love, I know How well you build from bow and strings, Framing the melodies that flow From your beloved minstrel kings. But now the strings are mute, your hands Are still, the bow is laid aside: I see you searching out the lands Whence love beats back to you fulltide. And standing so you are the birth Of all the themes that you rewakc Brahms and Beethoven bade the earth Blossom in music for your sake. Now falls your phrasing from afar, Telling how they divined of old - You cease, and on that moment are The cause of all that you have told. JOHN DRINKWATER. - - 1925 THfEl-IAIWOT 1925 1 First RD'w7VVIN'1'l-lR, KYLE, MARTIN, GORDON, MONAHAN, Norr-1, LEAK, REINHOLZ, WILLETT. Second R010-fDASHNER, ZITNICK, Comrsmzv, OLsoN, PAQUI-zrrls, HANQHELL, Kkuecan, SYVERSON, GOULD. Third RUTLYQSCHROEDER, GUULD, BROWN, WIRTH, XVENDLAND, OyLEARY, XVARREN, IZIQHRENS, LICCAUL. Fourth Raw-AND1zRsoN, flLARK, C'oMvroN, Ri-:1aL, Ilkow, CONNOR. Fifth RDIUQBENZ, GILLETT, Mouse, ANDERsoN, TURNER, DANA. Girls' Glee Cllulh "There 'is sweet music here that softer falls than petals of tone roses on the grass." -TENNYSON. Oliver Wendell Holmes told the youthful Edward Bok many years ago, that one of his favorite poems Was, "The Voieelessv which contains these sig- nihcant lines: "A few can touch the magic string And noisy fame is proud to Win them Alas for those who never sing But die with all their music in them." God sent his singers upon earth, With songs of sadness and of mirth, That they might touch the hearts of men And bring them back to heaven again. LONGFELLOWV. - 65 - 1925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 Firxt R070-OLSON, COLE, WELLS, WVEGNER, JAMES, WYALLACE, BENZ, PAQUETTE, I Secnnrl Rnw-WILLETT, WINTER, BEHRENS, BROWN, LEAK, VVENDLAND, SYVERSON, ScHRoEm1:R. Third Row-CoM1sKEY, O'LEARY, MARTIN, RE1NnoLz, CONNOR, ANDERSON, ANDERsoN. The Mixed Chorus THE POWER or MUSIC Make a large placeiin your life for Music and it will bring you a priceless reward. All the desires of your heart will come closer as you become attuned to the rhythm and harmony of life. In the hour of rest Music will uplift your spirit and give refreshment to every faculty of your being. In the hour of work you will rejoice in the strength and energy which Music has given you. In the hour of jubilee Music will bring you thrills of delight that compensate for all that is dull and commonplace. In the hour of prayer Music will quicken the aspirations of your soul and perfume your life with the breath of heaven. In the hour of fellowship Music will blend your spirit with others in unity and understanding. In the hour of love Music will enrich your heart with feelings that magnify the meaning of existence. In the hour of memory Music will unseal the treasures of the past and bring a sacred glory to the present. In the hour of death Music will speak to you of a life filled with an eternity of joy and song. In the hour of vision Music will give power and scope to your imagination and bring into reality the things that were not. In the hour of high purpose Music will summon the potentialities of your soul and urge them forward to great and glorious achievement. Such is the power of Musicg to this power open the doors of your soul and there will enter into your life a greater fullness of all that makes for progress and joy. WALDO PONDRAY WARREN. -66- 1925 '1'H1i1IAMO'l' 1925 Firxl Row-EIRSCHELE, CLARK, SOWLE, STEES, HARRIS, DEWEY, NIONAHAN. Sammi Raw-CLARK, GUULD, DANA, GILLETTIC, VVARREN, Wuzrn, COMPTON, GoR1mN Third Raw-Monsrz, KJLSON, TURNER, CHAPMAN, LUECK, L1-:Nz, GOULD, TURNER. Mixed Chorus SEA AND snonn Music, I yield to thee As a swimmer to the sea, I give my spirit to the Hood of song! Bear me upon thy breast In rapture and at rest, Bathe me in pure delight and make me strongg From strife and struggle bring release, And draw the waves of passion into tides of peace. Remembered songs most dear 4 In living songs I hear While blending voices gently swing and sway In melodies of love, Whose mighty currents move With singing near and singing far awayg Sweet in the glow of morning light, And sweeter still across the starlit gulf ofnight. Music, in thee we float And lose the lonely note Of self in the celestial-ordered stream, Until at last we find The life to love resigned In harmony of joy restored againg And songs that cheered our mortal days Break on the shore of light in endless hymns of praise. HENRY VAN DYKE - 67 I 1925 TPlE PlAhAO'T 1925 Boysl Double Quartet Music it was we brought from Heaven, On an Angel's breath so pure, And it alone may we carry back, As a thing which shall endure And thus uplifted do we mount, Like some celestial throng, To rea-lms of World forgotten joy. On wings ol living song! SAMUEL lQ1CIIARDS GAINES. "Music resembles poetry. In each are nameless graces which the master hand alone can reachf' - Poms. . "Music is to the mind as is air to the body." - PLATO. "Good music has a logic of its own, none more severe, more subtle, and surely none so fascinatingg for it leads, it charms into the Infinite." - DWIGHT. -6g- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 All-Wisconsin High School Music Contest TOMAH HIGH SCHOOL ENTERS NEW FIELD V OF COMPETITION ' HE district contest for the second All-Wisconsin High School Music Contest was held in the auditorium of the La Crosse Normal on Saturday, April 25th at two o'clock. The schools throughout the State were divided into' two classes -e,Class A comprising schools with an enrollment of four hundred students, Class-B, consisting of jachools with less than four hundred students. ' L -A I I fu. V A. Tomah and Galesville were the entrants in Class B, Sparta and La Crosse competing. in Class A. ' -X r A , ' W V As to the number of events entered, Tomah' led with six, having, entered violin arid piano solos, orchestra, mixed chorus, Girls' and 'Boys' Glee clubs. 'Galesville was represented by Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs, Sparta by a Girls' Glee Clubrand 'piano solo. , v V '- The Girls' Glee Club,of'Tornah took first place, while the first place in Boys' Glee,Club was won by Galesville. ' ' .4 .4 D ' e - " f ' '- ' -x In spite of the fact that Tomah had nocompeitition in orchestra, mixed chorus, violin and piano solos, these Igroupsyand soloists were obliged to appear at the district contest in order to be eligible for the final contest held att Madison on May 14th. ' I Tomah scored on points in Class B, and won the district championship. The contest selections for Class B were: Violin solo, Adoration ..,............. .... B orowski Piano solo, Sonata Opus 49 No. 2' ........... ..... B eethoven Orchestra, March Militaire .................. ...,....... S chubert Orchestra, Andante from "Surprise Symphony" ......................... Hoydn Mixed Chorus, A Hope Carol ............,.......,....... David Stanley Smith Boys' Glee Club, Massa Dear fLargo from the New World Symphonyj .... Dvorak Girls, Glee Club, Orpheus With His Lute ........................ Edw. German The splendid success at La Crosse gave added enthusiasm and the organizations lent every effort towards work for the All-State contest May 14th. Financial difficulties made it appear very doubtful whether it would be possible for any of the contestants, to go to Madison, however, after two benefit programs and a liberal donation from the Civic Club, the sutiicient funds were secured to send the Orchestra, thereby making it possible to enter contestants in three events, piano solo, violin solo and orchestra. May 13th the members of the orchestra and Miss Flaherty left for Madison. The contest was held the 14th and 15th. Class B events took place on the 14th and Class A events on the 15th. The Contest was held-at Music Hall and the first event of the day was the 'piano solo contest in which Margaret Reel represented Tomah. She competed against five other students, three boys and two girls. The second event of the day was the violinist contest. Lucile Morse, the Tomah contestant competed against seven students, six boys and one girl. The other contests, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus etc. followed these and at three o'clock the orchestra contest was held. Seven orchestras were entered, each playing the two selections designated in the contest rules. Immediately after the orchestra contest the winners in each event of Class B were named. The University High School, Madison, succeeded in winning three first places, piano solo, violin solo and orchestra. Though our contestants did not win first places in these events we are proud of their splendid work and the success of the orchestra. The winners in the orchestra contest which was announced last, gave Tomah second place. Silver loving cups were given for first and second places and we are happy to know that in almost all the inter- scholastic events of the year Tomah has won a place. Tomah can indeed be proud of this orchestra and its director, Miss Flaherty. We are sorry that T.H.S. is to lose Miss Flaherty, but her many friends in Tomah wish her the best of fortune in her new position. -6Q.. 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 The junior Prom 12.5 HE annual junior Prom was given in the High School gymnasium, May 16, by the class of 1926. The gymnasium was beautifully decorated as "An Old Fashioned Garden." The purple, pink, blue and lavender morning glories trimmed the latticed arches, while in the background the variously hued holly- hocks and brightly colored bird houses decorated inviting garden nooks. In the center of the gymnasium, an old fashioned well with its old oaken bucket was entwined with morning glories and clusters of stately hollyhocks. Old fashioned lassies gaily attired in beruffled dresses and pantalettes and flower bedecked poke bonnets, served deliciously refreshing punch, ices, and cake in a pergola adjoining the garden. The whole scene reminded one of an Old Fashioned Gar- den in grandmotheris day. At 10:00 o'clock the grand march was led by Ruth Compton and Gordon Wallace, junior class president, followed by the Senior class president and the other officers of the two classes. The program was well suited to the occasion and consisted of the following numbers: Trio, Blossom Time, Lucille Morse, Galanda Benz, Douglas Harris. Spring Fantasy ...........,....................................... Dance 1.-Apple Blossoms, Jean Warren, Alice McCaul, Ethel Meeker, Constance Kyle, Margaret Monahan, Ruby Noth. 2.-Flowers, Leone Waege, Esther Beardsley. Soloist ...............,,.............,..... .... G enevieve Clark The Maid ............................... ..., M arion Anderson The Man .... .... J ohn Rasmussen Cornet Solo .... ...., ..... G o rdon Wallace -70- 1925 THE HAMoT 192-s .llunior Party g UCH enthusiasm was evident at the Junior-all party, given in the gym- . nasium, Friday, October 17. Farm lads and Milkmaids came in all their glory and participated in the various stunts appropriate to a barn party. The gym, representing a barn, was cleverly decorated' in orange and black, with cornstocks, bats, ghosts, cats, witches and pumpkins, depicting the season of the year. A huge yellow moon with a wooden gate in front of it, formed the stageentrance. The following short program was given: C Cornet Solo ,....,..................i ...................... G ordon Wallace Clown Dance .... , ....... f ........ .... I e an Warren and Alice MCC3l:1l Readings-"Little Orphant Annien .... ........ ' ............. C onstanoe Kyle "The Raggedy Man" ..... .... ............... , ........... F r ances Marquart and the Junior girls of the Glee Club sang a few songs. . a The Buttinske was introduced for the first time at our high school parties. The Farm lads and Milkmaids, who continued to dance for the rest of the eve- ning, enjoyed this informal feature immensely. ' Sophomore Christmas Party N December 13th, the Sophomores gave an all school Christmas party in the gym. The balcony was banked with Christmas greens, snow, and icicles. The orchestra was placed in the middle of the gym, inclosed by a net- work of tinsel and green streamers and four large Christmas trees, which were artistically trimmed and brilliantly lighted. A Christmas pantomine, which showed the true Christmas spirit, was clev- erly given by a number of the members of the class. Solo dances were given by Grace Winter and john Hill, while Margaret Wallace, dressed as a Christ- mas package, gave a Christmas Reading. The remaining hours were spent dancing, in which a few featured numbers were given. Freshman Party E FTER the Sparta Basketball game, Friday, February 27, the Freshies en- tertained the faculty, the Tomah students, and the rooters who came down from Sparta. Practically the whole evening was spent in dancing with the exception of the time ,taken for this short program. "Capital Punishmentl' ............................... .... D onald Henry Piano Solo .......................... ..... O nan Vaudell Lucia ................................ .......... . Sextette Reading-'4Tain't Nothing to Laugh at .... . . .Anna Laura Gould "The Bobbed Hundred" ........ . . .Anna Laura Gould ..71.. 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 it . D 'k n Tea Garden" WSIS Thi' ucdegwxrated in Ewen and Carnival Hugh Success. .Tia U1 D ', 8 'any becffnes the ' ll ' . . gixllgxitlhi tablesintxlhlfhvfe On lhe zifternoon ol' thc carnival sztlelf' wrmdllse it Fjappe U lpn'-Vie' "' A Dvwmv the high schol students successfully 'nn' elf by 32135 there att!-sci. Fnlhfl' Tiincf-Arlhul-on . iihlph cariicd out 2 Plain of parade which Tb 1' Y Omflh big? motfg Brownies-Nt-wlil 'thi' noni-rl Wim thi- Juniors thc distinction of In:ginihmQgg?1v1d.J' SCho01 uwsimlt Edwin Schvu A - rcceiwzinig iigwlhprizill xivith charms- Wfggg 8n3WQWaz'lg'zessive I um crizu lun 0 l A- "0 'ionic town". t que ue e 00 Het .. Kui?d,:nfn1s,t1t-urge X :1i:'S'mxK.,,c jrney Wm .-t-uicuiousiy mnreu in 111652333Sggmaegmguafggjeiun'gftube Crnll. Elgfzxlxrlallztnflu Qmcs vL.,,,., :intiiquu costlunn-s oflolilun times and ggihstuizii ,wifi 50,112 Wegnegieagfy V 'gi ' K ' ' rote- on n my ruc 1, a conveyance C b Ur 0 of 'fn 'ilhnson I hnwn. 505. of :1 past age. The rural lift' club Zggfergsitbagdilforf zzitesrgiilving lndiansfllnbinsou xzson. Dewey reoeivt-tl second prize, and tht- Sen- gferg krffle crffiflci thgcff-fd aio nfdi PJ' h h Smmwv Arthur -lox' iqrs took third. ln the evening, dt-A doeniopsiilted gnlhgy Iimg- ang, of iganokg' K Olson. Sbitc thfthrezitciiing weather the deg Chapmeatrigg the lmff fDU'7ULfon:5 Santa Clans--Harollrgc Cumwcu' Carnival was wellattcndcd. When i YPm,eZ'La,,d 361: Juggmislfgfnd rigging Snowball BUVYTFSS Spnnsvnburil Hhs in th' gy' :r?:7eYe1-Slice tlzlcfrlon Pg?-,EMat3gd Cog.: Edwin Fenike'L?'ilcSta0ts, .nm-1 Hum- C V ' Vera 2721 Eafjjhmgiffnf 21 szpfj-' A1-thurJBU U- ' 'nrnival Clears S460-The fifth an-.1353 6 din ' T11 ffrn 'ar' Bi. ' Allnfd HfWey'1ean wmrvnl nujlgarnival of Tomah, high school net- Com g, Dolbhiy Pigisscimg? ienlmvff te 460 toward the N . 'Pa ere: :sind-Alice MC 99552 wms.Few Hamm, the official scitziniiisnuxi TT aiiistmszigffar nz and Raincoat GirlS"x0 elwdcn, Nlnriou Raganriuifin Paradise, particpated in by cgfe8'3l1idbJ'20WfIPe Uft Barber, Myrtle Yard Yieien Wrigh'-the entire student body and faculty ad- in ihge gg the urgz-He'6h5g,eVe - Wells, Hum Griggs' wiisbn, ertisod the Qvent.HMiI1i'nulcer' lnuiwml es eggs? b the Eyeleownibs whine W vema Mnieiw vang Curr. Jwnfuc ' x v iise freeefetiv Fafiasovgf 7Y5fF'avbn'h2' A mera fzfs'2ze11:de1i:.fwraf.-fifaizlcfifefv' Sow 2' 'IA 'll. Caroline i 0- ' a Q9 Q K' ln' sp,.f'1oW Whse 'UI1 1,-.9 5, E B, 'fred Gordon, Beulah HI ucile Strnmlt. ,, 495 Stn Q fr, iz, eh Th? 3 "1 WL fr-0 afhef l?ai,,0F"71. Mafem '2'?'3f2:,Ftnn.... asia? 'leifi vgilw ,shftaufufn fiiffeifh '.13gw,2'ffe2g'g' ,ffeegowf W,-if Ny 'xszvv' s,,t'fai,,f eloffsami fo 'lg cagie 11:1011- xeigsscwve qfiqivsgeoee' aogsnitumiqgemeiior 8501- geblaid gf' DQYS' hem at me ciose 01 tne evening. Qxrvsfgziiiiggtfoaoi tzglyiylgs sgeecbhli Tig m14ff17eZ5r":f:eZnZ1 The management may well be pleased at the splendid success of this Carnival. It is due to the whole- hearted cu-operation of students, teachers and townspeople. nlubbir rates ' " ,e, D1-OC Ut sf beg 61- er tb :ne sfandsssiohllenee 'o,.,m,Upon Qymee t '-vit'-ff: -.sd begs tiff-vas fu. "' H 6 foff"'l Ze' fbfdomlas 55' ' . e e ,cxcapg-,'2 fa Last but not least co " ' H1 Hg , mes th :AJ-be " . f-. e Seq ,QL ney Dance. 1 The ,rumah Nite :kwin 'Sd 4 gy tb: 1. QWQYG the orchestra This W, M W u72.. 19Z5 THE I-IAMOT 1925 Thanksgiving Program . On November 26th the senior class presented the following program in the auditorium: Music ......................,. . f ...,.. Orchestra "The Origin of Thanksgivingl' .,.. ..... I sabelle Martin "Give Thanksn ...,........... . .Double Quartet Music ,........ . . . . . . . . q ..... . .Orchestra "Give Thanks" .... . A. l . .Eleanor Reinholz Thanksgiving ..... ........... M r. Dinsmore Songs .......... .... lv Iiddle Wis. Power Co. Music ..... ..,.........,.... ...... ' . .- ..... Orchestra Christmas Program, - MY LADY'S YULETIDE 1 c THIS play was given by the Juniors on the 19th of December, showing the Christmas spirit in Merrie England in 1600. The play opened with the scene in the Wood-cutter's cottage. The wood- cutter, Ellis Edwards, went out to get food for his family's Christmas dinner. He was captured and put into prison. The second scene shows the festival at the Court of Lady Blanche, Alice .McCaul The Jester, Constance Kyle, was there, making merriment. The Lords and Ladies danced, while the Boar's Head Chorus, Gordon Chapman, Edward Wells, Edwing Eirschele, Norman Lueck, Arthur Dewey, Bert james, Carl Lenz, and Spencer Turner, sang several songs. ' V Then followed the Wassail Group, the Yule Log Dancers and the Epilogue, by Ruth Compton. A In the third scene the wood-cutter is released, and everything is made merry in his home on Christmas day, by the good lady Blanche. -- The musical numbers were: p Christmas Airs . . . ........... ........ O rchestra Holy Night, Silent Night ..... .,.. I r. Sr. Chorus O Little Town of Bethlehem. . . .... Girls, Glee Club The Birthday of a King .... ................. .... M i xed Chorus Sophomore Program "THE Birth of the Nations' Flag,'i a one act play, was presented by members of the Sophomore class on Friday afternoon February 20th. The scene was laid in Miss Betsy Rossls workshop. Thirteen girls, repre- senting the thirteen colonies, were busily engaged making the nation's flag. George Washington and his committee called for the flag and showed appre- ciation to Miss Betsy Ross and her helpers for the work they had done. Margaret Wallace impersonated Miss Betsy Ross and George Kelly, George Washington. Grace Winter and Louis Brown played a violin duet, the '4Minuet in G." -73- 1925 THEHAIVIOT 192 -74- ' 1925 THEHAMOT 1925 Their Own Boy PRIZE HAMOT STORY BY KATHRYN PAQUETT PROLOGUE N THE doorstep of an old weather beaten cottage in the little village of Rockwell, a little old man and woman sit every evening looking longingly toward the west. People pass, vehicles move by, and all the events of the little village pass unnoticed by them, and when night fall comes, they quietly go into the little cottage and are seen no more till the following evening. PART I q Sounds issued from the old sitting room. They were not pleasant sounds to be sure. They caused Mother Grenaud to hasten on tiptoes to the door and peep anxiously in at the two men in conversation. t'Father, I consider I am sufficiently old to care for myself. At my age I should be able to carry out my plans." "Very well," said the older man, "but you shall not do so withmy cpnsent. If you go, you know that you need never show your face here again. I tell you once and for all that the city is full of evils, and no boy of mine shall go and be mine still. That is my answer." "All right," said the boy, "you have made your choice. So do I make mine. My conscience bids me go." He turned to leave but was checked by the entrance of his mother. "No, no, father not that, not my boy, you must notf' she cried, clinging to her son. 'AI have given my answer," was the brief reply. The mother saw that further remonstrance was useless, and noting that her son was no less determined followed him upstairs to pack his few belongings. Tears fell freely on each little treasured article as she packed it. One by one she carefully placed his clothes in the old suit- case until it was full to brimming and the last thing was squeezed in place. Then stealing quietly to her room she took down the old family album from the shelf and carefully removed the picture from the front page. ' Her son was coming down the hall. He must not see her cry - how foolish, and she dabbed the little knotted handkerchief to tired grey eyes. They said not a word at the parting. Long lonely days followed: days when both father and mother felt the anguish and lone- liness tugging at their heart almost too much to bear. The days lengthened into Weeks, the weeks into months, and gradually the months grew to years of anxiety and longing for the departed son. No word was heard of him. The mother and father were aged with years of constant uncertainty and waiting. Each night they sat on their little old doorstep and waited, patiently waited, for the one who never came. ,. PART II The moon shone brilliantly on the little world of nature-in the quiet solitude of the hills. Hours dragged, quiet undisturbed hours, broken only by the rippling of a tiny stream, strug- gling over the pebbles on the hillside, and sparkling with subdued brilliancy. - A man, sitting on the top of the hill, chin cupped in hands, gazed far into the distance. He could see the great leaning trees sprawling lazily across the skyline, and could hear the soft whiz- zing of the velvet winged moth hovering over the little blossoms. V ' ' He recalled incidents of the past ten years, his'life in the city, loneliness, hardships, failures, sweeping success, and lastly his quiet retirement on a lovely ranch in the hills. He drew from his pocket a small miniature and looked at it for a long time. Suddenly his face brightened. "And why not," he muttered. 'Jumping up he descended the hill and hurried to the ranch house among the trees. 1 "My bag, Clarkson, pack my bag," he ordered. When his bag was ready and he had reluctantly changed his comfortable ranch togs for streetwear, he summoned his chauffeur, and rode tp the little western station. ' On the train he was in a state of feverish excitement, planning recklessly and with a joyous certainty that surprised him. The man across the isle shook his head resignedly as he caught snatches of "Plenty room," "lonesome out there alone,', and "tickled to death." The youth in front of him pointed to his head and winked knowingly at his little sister. It was obvious that the cause of their merriment was in a state of utter oblivion. He rode all that night. 'The following evening from the front of the car he heard the brakeman drawling his sta- tion. What a. rush he made for that door. He would have jumped from the train had not the conductor restrained him. . Heqpeered anxiously down the old street and frowned slightly in disappointment. Then he marvelled at his conceit. It was already dusk and the homes along the narrow little walk were all brightly lighted save one. "Ah," he signed, "If no one should be home tonight." He rapped on the door and waited eagerly for the soft patter of footsteps. "They must be calling" and said, and laughed softly at the thought of their surprise on returning. ' Someone was passing on the street. He called, inquiring about Mr. and Mrs. Grenaud. "Oh, don't you know, they've been dead these past three years now." . - The blunt reply staggered him. He clung to the doorknob for support. The informant passed on and Maurice Grenaud was left alone once more. He sank to the doorstep burying his head in his hands. KATHRYN PAQUETTE, '26. -75- 1925 'THE HAMOT ,J It boasts not building tall nor thickly peopled street But ltruetiness and solitude an ideal pathfor weary falterzng fret Tn tread Lifter the day is done. 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A A 2 W fgyf, - fri , . , , -- ' , -, , - ,233 -' ..?'fxz?f -b ' ' A' 'ws'-,V-""f,f - -, -- -- ' - . '. '1 x'.11.','., Qrfwi? ' . 1'.f'?f"L54-SL' 1- 5,2 'J V1-2.2 ,- V: " ,-'V -, X L f ' 5 ' ,, , ' " ' ' I " " ' v ' 2- -, ' Z ' - ----------- --'-" '- wifi' X H ilu" 2"'1'1 ' T . I " .' ".. 5 , . . : .' 4' Q' '.'- --': :U-1 '-:P z' .. . ""'T'1.T7'9?? f 5"'l2i.'T "7IE-:: Tiff.-5"'?.-'.... r..,...:. ..:., J., .Z ' 2. "QM - 5": 'T" F2 'f5 '?i2 ' 'r' Nr' 5 2 ' ' '-'ff'-CA' f,-s5?iIf?fT"T1",ZL-SQLEW"1-ef ,iz 'WISE' ' .1-'47--Q:-f 4711-5 -Ng . ' - ' ' .. ' '-1 '-- '. ' -"'fin1h re Mu' s "'::v 5- - f' ' '-1' 'H '1'-""""' 5 ' ' ,,,, . , . .-.-5 .- 1 . ,Y ,. "Q1p.f'gV V 5,4931 sg -13 L .. .....-,--....0.- w.1.,.-M.-..,... ...-. mm-U-, ,, A , , , ., , AJ , . Ju 1925 TI-IE HAMOT 1925 Alumni Directory CLASS OF '80 Auten, Ida tPeaseJ, 1565 Logan Ave., San Diego, Cal. Boorman, Curtis, 418 N. 3rd Ave., Grand Ave., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Miller, Ida, Tomah, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '81 CLASS OF '82 Boorman, LaMontR'f Earle, Addie CElridgeJ, Beloit, Wisconsin. Iron, Berthafl' Leach, Adda, Regent Theater, Calgary, Alberta, Cana- da. Powers, Hubert, Grand Rapids, Minn. Powers, Wm., Grand Rapids, Minn. Richards, Randolph, Sparta, Wisconsin. Winter, Fredrick, l500.Beachwood Boulevard, Pitts- burgh, Pa. CLASS OF '83 Barber, Evelyn, 2612 Vine St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Button, Jessie CBaumgartenl."' Earle, Ruby, 27110 West Beech, Biloxi, Mississippi. Howard, Minnie, CDavidisonl.'f Jackson, Georgia CKinneyJ, 1026 W. Ave. 46, Los Angeles, Cal. Mason, Walter, 4652 Drew Ave , South Minneapolis, Minn. Maxwell, Teresa CWeissJ."' Thompson, Carrie QBosshardj, Tomah, Wisconsin. Warren, W. W., Tomah, Wisconsin. Warriner, Lumanflf CLASS OF '84 McCaul, Jennie CI-Iartj, Tomah, Wisconsin. Naylor, H. ER' Perry, Fred, Bidwell, Iowa. Perry, Mary CVossD, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Stannard, Bertf" CLASS OF '85 CLASS OF '86 Barber, Harrison, 785 49th St., Cowles, P. E. 'li Deceased. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Graham, Grace CBranninD, 1214 Rhode Island Ave N. E. Washington, D.C. Howard, Helenfl' Mather, Mae CRobinsonJ."' Miller, Josie CHarrisJ, Cuba City, Wisconsin. Whitfield, Ethel." 1 CLASS OF '87 CLASS OF '88 Kenyon, Edith, Antigo, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '89 Bolten, Herbert, Berkeley, Cal. care University. Cassels, E. H., 750 BluE St., Glencoe, Ill. Moll, C. F., Fling, Michigan. Varney, George." Willson, Anna CNorrisD, 109 Highland Ave., Visalia Cal. CLASS OF '90 Buckley, E. R." Janes, Gertie CBoltenD, Berkeley, Cal. Maynard, Ethel QFietingD, Tomah, Wisconsin. Perry. Carrie CBrazeauj.'l4 Richardson, Una CWinterJ, Ontario, Cal. Smith, Melzina CJohnsonD, 3640 E. Eye St., Tacoma Wash. Thompson, A. A., Madison, Wisconsin. Willson, Adolph, 109 Highland Ave., Visalia, Cal. CLASS OF '91 Alverson, Nellie CBenjaminJ, 4001 Washington Ave. St. Louis, Mo. Button, Belle CCodyj, 15 Kingwood St., Brainerd, Minn. Howard, Edith CWilliamsl, San Diego, Cal. James, Libbe, Eugene, Oregon. McCaul, Will, Tomah, Wisconsin. Monahan, Anna, 627 Racine St., Milwaukee, Wis. CLASS OF '92 Bennett, Blanche CCrahmerl, Milwaukee, Wisconisn. Calkins, Herbert, Shawano, Wisconsin. Lombard, Ninail' McMillan, Grace KWarrenj, Tomah, Wisconsin. MR. EDWIN H. CASSELS, '89 Edwin H. Cassels, '89, a very eminent lawyer, is senior partner in the flrrn of Cassels, Potter, and Gilbert of Chicago, with offices in the Rookery Building. Their wide practice has become international, necessitating on the part of Mr. Cassels frequent trips abroad. His home is at Glencoe, Illinois. -78- 1925 THE HAMQT 1925 Perry, Ella, Bedwell, Iowa. Spaulding, Clara CCalkinsJ, 6516 Stony Island Avc., Chicago, Ill. Thompson, Charles, Richland Center, Wisconsin. Voswinkel, Jennie COsborneJ, 3025 Mannheim Road, Kansas City, Mo. Wells, Ella CWilliamsJ, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin. Wood, Minnie, Tomah, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '93 Heintz, Dora KHemenwayj, Carter, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Goodyear, Alvatl' Graham , J. G., Tomah, Wis. . Jackson, Bessie KDernJ, 260 Oakland Ave., Pasadena, Cal. Johnson, Herbcrtflf Nicholas, Hattie CWithersJ, 400 Napelton Ave., Bolder. Colo. Root, Minnie CTaft7, 321 Mead Ave., Glendive, Mont. Sauer, Frank?" Thompson, Fred, Richland Center, Wis. V1'ood, Avis KFarnamD.'l' Wood, Lottie CWirthD, Tacoma, Wash. CLASS OF '94 Barrow, Fred, Hammond, Indiana. Bell, Ray, Tomah, Wisconsin. Bolton, Roy, Appleton, Wis. Calkins, Otis, Shawano, Wis. Ebert, Mamie CBowlerJ, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Graham, Mae CChapmanj, 154 Hently Ave., Oak Park, Illinois. . Hastings Ella CChapmanJ.4' Hill, Jessiefl' ' Janes, Lulu CAbercrombieD, 6032 Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Jennings, Jennie, Black River Falls, Wis. Jones, Carrie CDevelinD, 925 Church St., Beloit, Wis. 0'Leary, Ella, Seattle, Washington. McPherson, Clara, Ft. Lupton, Colorado. Paley, Bernie?" ' Reich, Albert, Tunnel City, Wisconsin. Voswinkle Eleanor, 147 Prospect Avenue, So neapolis, Minn. Wells, Minnie CBaileyJ, Hudson, Wisconsin. Wyatt, Ernest, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. CLASS or '95 Cassels, George, Port Washington, Wisconsin. Corrigan, Louise CMcCaulJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. 4' Deceased. . Min- MRS. LULA JANES ABERCROMBIE ,94 'Lula Janes Abercrombie, '94, is living a very quiet and happy life at her home at 6032 Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Since 1915 due to her making her home in Chi- cago, and keeping her daughter Gertrude in school, Mrs. Abercrombie has done very little traveling or professional singing. ' j79- Earle, Emma Clfietingl, Tomah, Wisconsin. Gammons, Ellen CNewcombeJ, Des Moines, Iowa. Hall, Harriet CPetersonJfl' Reynolds, Gertrude CMcMullenJ, 426 Metropolitan Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Robertson, George, Kendall, Wisconsin. Winter, Arthur, Tomah, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '96 Barbour, Rosa CHollisterD, 785 49th St., Wisconsin. Bell, Maude CBinghamJ, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. Bliven, Isabel CPillowD, S3 Eastin St., Allstin, Mass. Hancock, Eugene, Roumano Americano, 126 Caleo Victoria, Bucharest, Roumania. Hancock, Wilda CLewisJ, 1479 Newton Street, N. W Washington. D.C. I Jackson, Rufus, Los Angeles, California. Jackson, Lottie CChapleanJ, Aberdeen, South Dakota. Root, Edith tDavisD, Glendive, Montana. Schultz, Alfred, 800 Vine St., Hudson, Wisconsin. Wells, E. R., Tomah, Wisconsin. Wright, Herbertfl' Milwaukee, CLASS OF '97 Baily, Simon, 129 Ave. D., Billings, Montana. Cassels, Bert, 1815 King St., La Crosse, Wisconsin. Donovan, Mary CRaganJ, Rupert, Idaho. Graham, Susan CBoltonJ.'l' Gunnison, Alice CBu Dahnjfk Jennings, Roscoefl' Schroeder, Cora QGrahamJ.'F Scott, Mayfl' Tarr, Wm., Kingman, Arizona. Woodward, Orpha CPedneauD, Jarret, Virginia. Zimmerman, Gertrude CCrossettJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. CLASS OF 198 Boyington, Maude CGrahamJ. Tomah, Wisconsin. Christy, Grace CFrinkD, 220 N. Gifford St. Elgin, Illinois. Drowatzky, Dora, Leonard Hotel, Butte, Montana. Earle, Flora Uaninl, Biloxi, Mississippi. Falkncr, William, Morrison, Tenn. Goodenough, Jessie, Tomah, Wisconsin. Hanchett, Alicefk A Healy, Wm., Tomah, Wisconsin. V Larkin, John, Sioux Falls, S. Dakota. McKane, Euphemic fOliverJ, 317 Central Ave., Ste- vens Point, Wis. 1925 TI-IE Smith, May fClarkD, 3221 Norton Ave., Everett, Wash ington. Sowle, Claude, Tomah, Wisconsin. Spaulding, Harryflc Spaulding, Laura CAnderson5, Tomah, Wisconsin. Talbot, Grace CFixl."' CLASS OF '99 Bolten, Grace, Hampshire Arms Hotel, Minneapolis Minn. Brennan, Wm., Tomah, Wisconsin. Clay, Ellen, Tomah, Wisconsin. Gammons, Pearl twichersharnl, Seattle. Washington. Gove, Ione tMcCownJ, 105 High St. West, Detroit Michigan. Gooder, William, Marengo, Illinois. Marcher, George, Los Angeles, Cal., Moseley, Edith fSandersonJ, East Jordan, Michigan. Newsome, Belle CShanleyJ, Great Falls, Montana. Schedler, Clara CMorganJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Scott, Lulu CSowlesb, Tomah, Wisconsin. Smith, Wm. D., 222 Realty Building, Everett, Wash- ington. ' Sowle, Lulu CVaudellJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '00 - Baumgart, Rosa CGoboskij, Box 684, Helena, Montana Brennan, Nellie, 111 Western Ave., St. Paul, Minn Cassels, Grace, Union Grove, Wis. Christy, Edityfl' ' Clay Anna fGriggsJ, Warrens, Wis. Dewey, Hattie CLeeJ, Hankinson, North Dakota. Donovan, Joanna, Tomah, Wisconsin. Drowatzky, Bertha CBraytonD, 1115 Leahy St., Mus- kegon Heights, Mich. Drowatzky, Rosa, Tomah, Wis. Ebert, Fred, 453 W. 42nd St., Los Angeles, Cal. Granock, Marie, Winona, Minn. Graham, Kathleen CPowrieJ, 956 Dayton Ave., St Paul, Minn. Jennings, Ella CMcClatchieJ, Kenora, Ont., Canada. Laurson, Marius, Warrens, Wisconsin. McClatchie, Glenn, Kenora, Ont., Canada. O'Brien, Charles, Chicago, Ill. Reynolds, Lottie CBohmenJ, Hermorsa Beach, Cal. Secor, Edgar. Seibolt, Myrtle CYoungJ, Union Grove, Wis. Scheriacker, Lizzie CBr'ownj,-Tomah, fWis. Soivle, Harold B., Tomah, Wis. ' Stevens, Mable CHeynJ, 949 Market St., Riverside, Cal 4' Deceased. , . HAMOT 1925 Tarr, Charles, Riverside, Cal. Treat, Catherine QLombardJ, Malden, Washington. CLASS OF '01 Aller, Captain, 3103 Pleasant Ave., So., Minneapolis, Minn. Andres, Rudolph, Lowry Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. Anderson, George, Picayune, Mississippi. Birr, Ella CSchultzj, N. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Case, Lucetta, Valley Junction, Wisconsin. Costello, Anna, Tomah, Wisconsin. ' Eaton, Pearle tWalterJ, 1025 Oak Knoll Ave., Pasa- dena, California. Edwards, Nellie tRoscoviousD, Everett, Washington. Ford, Ralph, Central Hershey, Cuba. King, Frank, 533 Madison Ave., Glencoe, Illinois. - Schroeder, Oscar, Sparta, Wisconsin. Smith, Gertie tWentworthD, Everett, Washington. Smith, Gertie M. COsbornl, Los' Angeles, California. Smith, Gertrude COverboughJ, Hartland, Wisconsin. Sowle, Ethel, Tomah, Wisconsin. Uttech, Otto, Ietierson, Wisconsin. Wells, Susan, Northwestern Military and Naval Academy, Walworth, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '02 Abbott, Ethel CNot'fkeD, Ontario, Wisconsin. Baumgarten, Louie, Cass Lake, Minnesota. Bell, Harry, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. Benjamin, Gertrude CSchlaverJ, Sparta, Wisconsin. Bolton, Edwina CNafusD, Nashua, Iowa. Bunnlng, Grace." Hanchette, Hattiefk Hancock, Lois CUnlandj, 4535 Prospect Ave-., Los Angeles, Cal. g Johnson, Edith CWellsJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Johnson, Fred, Mercedes, Texas. Keeler, Grace tEdiJ, Harlowtown, Montana. Reynolds, Ben, 3426 Highland Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sowle, Edith QScottJ, 2216 Fisher Ave., Detroit, Michi- 4 gan. Stevens, Ruth fKentJ, 1417 Waterman, San Berna- dino, Cal. Sweet, Mattie tBaumgartenJ, Cass Lake, Minnesota. Tarr, John, 1025 Central Building, Los Angeles, Cal. Vandervort, Earnest, 1001 Randall Ave., Superior, Wisconsin. Walter, Fred, 1025 Oak Knoll, Pasadena, Cal. Wyatt, Vera tNewberryJ, Mauston, Wisconsin. MR. JOHN V. BRENNAN, '94 John V. Brennan, '94, is located in Detroit, Michigan, and has held the office of assistant prosecuting attorney of Wayne County since 1919. In connection with this work he has been placed at the head of a Bureau of Investigation of auto- mobile accidents, a movement to curtail speeding and auto accidents in the City of Dteroit. -80- 1925 THE HA CLASS OF '03 Bongers, Josephine, Tomah, Wis. Brennan, Tessie. Tomah, Wis. Costello, Katherine CBrennanj, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. .Daniels, Jessie CPeckJ, Deer Lodge, Montana. Drew, Delia CKingD, 533 Madison Ave., Glencoe, Ill. Garnock, Grace CWagnerJ, 134 E 18th St., Pensacola, Florida. Howard, Lela CO'ConnellJ, Keeler, Cal. Jay, Florence CPorterJ, Minneapolis, Minn. . Johnson, Ella CBrobeck7, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Moseley, Susie CMorsel, Warrens, Wis. Spaulding, Edwardfl' Sizer, Mary CGarnellJ, 3631 Blaisdel Ave., Minneapo lis, Minn. CLASS OF 104 Aller, Pier, Tomah, Wisconsin. Barrett, Mamie fKruegerD, Gladstone, Michigan. Bell, George, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Brace, Bessie CKrierD, Antigo, Wisconsin. Brennan, Agnes, Tomah, Wisconsin. Drew, Walter, 503 Western Union Bldg., Chicago, Illinois. Fitch, Norma, Tomah, Wisconsin. Franz, Louisfl' Gilson, William, Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Henry. Pearle CSmithJ, Werner, North Dakota. Hineman, Pearl CBowenl, Augusta, Wisconsin. Homermiller, Allen, Tomah, Wisconsin Homermiller, Nina fFixj, Tomah, Wisconsin. Johnson, Frances CNewcombJ, Tohatchi, New Mexico. Keeler, Donald, Harlowtown, Montana. Matthews, Wanda Kllbbertsjflt McMullen, Alva, Tomah, Wisconsin. Olsen. Rena CChaseJ, Viroqua, Wisconsin. Pingel, Blondina, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Pingel, Minnie CKrakeJ, 4112 12th Ave., S., Minne- apolis, Minn. Randall, Grace CHolmanD, 1376 Ashland Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. Schmidt, Theodore, Tomah, Wisconsin. Spence, Leslie, Madison, Wisconsin. if Deceased. MISS JESSE GOODIQNOUGH, ISIS Jessie Goodenough, '98 has devoted her time since graduation to services for the children of Tomah, Under her leadership, the percent of pupils who quit school when the compulsory law no longer holds them is small. Many alumni of Tomah High realize that it was her Wise guidance and beneficent infiuence that gave them ambition to continue work in high school. -g1- MOT 1925 Tolles, Glora CPraigerJ.'lf Washborn, Roy, Augusta, Wisconsin. Wells, George, 1273 Murray Avenue Wis , Milwaukee, CLASS OF '05 Daniels, Percy, Springfield, Missouri. Freemore, Gertrudeflf Garnock, Alex, 9355 15rd Ave., Eau Claire, Wis. Kuckuck, Lillian, 291 14th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Larson, Lawrence, 598 74th Ave., West Allis, Cal. Lingonbald, Johanna CVernonJ, Los Angeles, Cal. Moran, Mae CMastJ, 301 S 16th St., La Crosse, Wis Randall, Amy fSlikD, 461 Lyon St., Grand Rapids Michigan. Smith, Myrtle, Tomah, Wis. Stevens, Leonard, 1537 Juneway Terrace, Chicago, Ill Wilson, Dell, Tomah, Wis. VVolH, Anna, Tomah, Wis. CLASS OF '06 Atkinson, Arthur, Doene, Colorado. Bentzen, Fred, Neenah, Wisconsin. Black, Jerry, 6255 Ashland Ave., Chicago, Ill. Briesmeister, Wenis CEtzelmillerD, Roundup, Montana Dickinson, Lols CLambJ, Tomah, Wis. Fraser, Florence CHarrisD, Tomah, Wis. Fraser, Will, Port Edwards, Wis, Johnson, Hugh, Tomah, W'is. Keene, Mable, Tomah, Wis., R.F.IJ. Kuckuck, George, Tomah, Wis. Kupper, Charles, 5015 29th Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minn. Loehr, Hilmer, Delavan, Ill. Logan, Coral, 2604 Albian St., Toledo, Ohio. Nelson, Anna CRansierD, Manilous, New York. Peterson, Nora CThompsonD, Gettysburg, D. Pragge, Josephine CRitterJ, 16 Lincoln Place, VVauwa- tosa, Vlfis. Purdy, Inez fReisenauerJ, Tomah, Wis. Schroeder, Grace CWilsonJ, Tomah, Vliis. Sheehy, Thomas, Tomah, Wis. Sovvle, Lucie CNicholsJ, Tomah, Wis. Spooner, Ray, Melcher, Iowa. l 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Spradling, Nina CDwyerJ.4t Stone, Vila CSchmidtJ, Tomah, Wis. Tom, Minnie CHahnD, 92 32nd St., North Milwaukee, Vl'is. Yackel, Lillian QMcMullenJ, Tomah, Wis. Young, Ella CMulderingJ, 4089 Lensy Ave., Detroit, Michigan. CLASS OF '07 Andres, Frank, Tomah, Wisconsin. Black, Marcenaflg Barry, Nelly tDonskyJ, Norwalk, Wisconsin. Beardsley, Edith CJohannsonJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Bernie, Dorothy tKelloggJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Birr, Ada CLeverichJ, Angelo, Wisconsin. Birr, Herman, 482 37th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Bosshard, Laura CMoranJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Diemer, Alpha CBaumgartenDfl' Drowatzky, Ella CHamptonJ, Omak, Washington. Harris, Archie, Tomah, Wisconsin. Hilliker, Vernon, Tomah, Wisconsin, F.R.D. Howes, Will, Woolsey, South Dakota. Irwin, Jessie, Drain, Oregon. Larson, Edna, 416 La Bree Ave. N., Thief River Falls Minn. Medd, Bessie, 110 St. Albana St., St. Paul, Minn. Mienecke, Jesse, Kilbourn, Wisconsin. Olson, Gladys Uohnsonj, Tomah, Wisconsin. Talbot, Rayfl' Terry, Earl, Kansas City, Missouri. Vandervort, Mae CKohlj, Tomah, Wisconsin. Warner, Ella CWellwoodJ, 413 Lunrlen St.. Sheridan Vlfyo. Wyatt, Ethel CBarrettD, Reno, Nevada. CLASS OF '08 Baker, Irene, 124 So. 7th St., La Crosse, Wis. Barnes, Louis, Tomah, Wisconsin. Boehmer, Arthur, Lodi, California. Berger, Fay tParnanD, 508 O'Farrell St., San Francisco Cal. Button, Charlotte, Tomah, Wisconsin. Cross, Constance CClementJ, Minneapolis, Minn. Cross, Lydia QB. Tirefortjfl' Dano, Nina, Tomah, Wisconsin. Franz, Edward, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Gleiss, Wm., Sparta, Wisconisn. Holmes, Harold, 1325 Jackson Street, La Crosse, Wis Homermiller, Will, Tomah, Wisconsin. f Kelly, Leo, 77 O'Farrel St., San Francisco, California. King, Leland, 621 N. Hamlin Ave., Chicago, Ill. X Deceased. v 1 y Krueger, Edward, 2763 Vine St., Denver, Colorado. Manague, Rose tOppenheinJ, Chicago, Illinois. Maxwell, Ruth, 1442 Hyde Park Ave., Chicago, Ill. Moran, Frank, 6103 Kimbark Ave., Apt. 1, Chicago, Ill. Steinke, Edith CGassfeldJ, 14th and Market St., La Crosse, Wis. Sweet, John, 5957 Lake Wood Ave., Chicago, Illinois. Tibbitts, Catherine CNicholsj, Sparta, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Wells, Hazel Ueffersonj, 517 N. Benton St., Sparta, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '10 Baker, Ralph, Duluth, Minn. Black, Byron, 2455 W. 63rd St., Chicago, Ill. Cornish, Eva fSorensonj, Tomah, Wisconsin. Dravel, Laura CCarsonJ, 5795 Pershing Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Dravel, Wm., Miles City, Montana. Flaherty, Margaret, Sister Berniece, Racine, Wis. Getman, Robert, Davenport, Iowa. Goerbing, Nina CParshalll, 246 Main St., Racine, Wis. Hoag, Louis, Tomah, Wis. James, Bernice CPaddockJ, Warrens, Wis. James Esletta CReynoldsJ, Tomah, Wis. Kitzki, Elizabeth Uonesj, 850 27th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Kitzke, John, Route 6, Station C., Box 245, Milwau- kee, Wis. Kress, Joseph, fill Bluff Ave., Sheboygan, Wis. Kress, John, Tomah, Wis. Kuckuck, Irene, Tomah, Wis. Linehan, Lizzie CDonovanJ, Tomah, Wis. McClatchie, LaVerne 317 N. Salisbury St. West, La Fayette, Indiana. Moran, Margaret, Seattle, Washingtonfl' Oakes, Genevieve tLordJ, Tomah, Wis. Smith, Margaret, 1635 College Ave., Racine, Wis. Stelter, Lydia CLarsonD, Wyeville, Wis. Webster, Hazel KShillingsJ, Wyeville, Wis. Wells, Russell, Tomah, VVis. Wolf, Anna, Tomah, Wis. CLASS OF 'll Bell, Elmer, 2945 Wilcox St., Chicago, Ill. Blaschke, Elizabeth, Tomah, Wis. Chapman, Archie, Tomah, Wis. Chapman, Jesse, 842 N. Broadway, Crookston, Minn. Cramer, Anna QBehrensj, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Detert, Walter, Oshkosh, Wis. MR. FRED EBERT, 1900 Fred Ebert, '00 is an hydraulic engineer of Los Angeles, California, in the employ of the Water Re- sources Branch of the U. S. Geological Survey. His time is about equally divided between the office and field. The work consists largely in the determination of the quantity of water available for domestic irriga- tion and water power uses. -82- 1925 THE HA Donovan, Stephen, Tomah, Wis. Dreps, Mabel CVeithJ, Norwalk, Wis. Eberhart, Raymond, Camp Douglas, Wis. Eirschele, Oscar, Woodstock, Ill. Fitch, Roy, 5057 Kenmore Ave., Chicago, Ill. Goerbing, Lizzie CNewmanJ, Norwalk, Wis. Gruetzemacher, Henry, 210 12th St., Sterling, Hopp, Rudolph, Neopet, Wis. Janes, Arthur, 61 Cedar St., Chicago, Ill. Johnson, Vere, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Knick, George. 6144 Dorchester Ave., No. 2, Chicago, Ill. Kuckuck, Grace CGriggsj, Tomah, Wis. Lamb, Ruby CLoudenJ, Tomah, Wis. Pricket, May CDixonJ, Maiden Lane, Lexington, Vir- ginia. Reisenauer, Amanda CRetterD, Necedah, Wis. Retter, Henry! Rienhold, Edna, Tomah, Wisconsin. Roddel, Sadie fFrisbyJ."' Rose, Daycie 1WakefieldJ, Warrens, Wis. Sandly, Ada, Chicago, Ill. Schwartz, Pearle fEarlyJ, 111 3rd St., Wausau, Wis. Smart, Lois CAllerJ, Tomah, Wis. Snodgrass, Alice CSchootJ, Tomah, Wis. Staben, Edgar, 30 N. Michigan Ave., Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Taylor, Steven, Spokane, Washington. Treat, Ruth fOlsonl, Tomah, Wisconsin. Verick, Arthur, 532 Chestnut St., Burlington, Wis. Von Haden, George, Kendall, Wis. Wirth, Alvin, Minneapolis, Minn. , Wolf, Minnie, Tomah, Wis. A Yeager, Ernest, 286 Bandini St., Riverside, Cal. Ill. CLASS OF '12 Alderman, Evelyn QBigelowJ, Tomah, Wis. Barnes, Alonzakl' Birr, Otto, Lodi, Wisconsin. Bongers, Alfred, 834 Downer Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Bongers, Lela 1HoagJ, Tomah, Wis. Bongers, Leslie, 342 24th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Clay. Mary CVantervortJ, Warrens, Wisconsin. Eberdt, Bessie, Warrens, Wisconsin. Finnerty, Edwin, 448 Austin Ave., Oak Park, Ill. tt Deceased. M MR. FRANK KING, '01 Frank King, '01, whose home is in Glencoe, Illinois, is the creator of those nationally known characters, Skeezix and Uncle Walt. These charac- ters appearing in the comic strip of the Chicago Tribune are outstanding in comparison with other comics in that they are everything to be desired - good, wholesome and lovable. -83- MOT 1925 Finucan, James, Merrill, Wisconsin. Forrest, Gladys, 2420 lst Ave. S , Dept. 3, Minneapog lis, Minn, Fuhrman, George, Loranger, Louisiana. Gilmore, Perry, Tunnel City, Wis. Gilson, Hazel CChapmanJ, Crookston, Wis. A Graewin, Robert, Boscobel, Wis. Janes, Lula QBoltonJ, University Post, Minneapolis, Minn. King, Una fGieslerD, Tomah, Wisconsin. Kippen, Gertrude CNeumanJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. R.F.D. Hilliker, Hugh, Sparta, Wisconsin. Howes, Katherine CSchultzJ, 1228 Madison St., La Crosse, Wisconsin. Last, Frieda CTeskeJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Libby, Sarah CRobinsonJ, Werner, S. Dak. Maxwell, Mabel fZeibellJ, Tomah, Wis. Mast, Mary CArtzJ, Kendall, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Medd, Iva, Picayune, Mississippi. Mick, Edward, Lauiel, Montana. Moran, James, Tampa, Florida. Regalia, Beatrice CKilgoreD,, Crystal Spring, N. D. Simonson, Mrs. Marion, l West 67th St., Apt. 2, New York, N. Y. CLASS OF '13 Barber, Myra CChapmanD, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Battalia, Fred, G19 7th St., Des Moines, Iowa. Burger, Dells fHinshawJ,- 4515 Lake Park Ave., Chi- cago, Ill. Chapman, Elsie, Tomah, Wis. Corman, Emma, Tomah, Wis. Dreckmeir, Rose CBachD, 526 Portland Ave., Beloit, Wis. Drow, Bernard, Gary, Ind. Griswold, Ralph, 315 South lst St., Missoula, Mont. Hamilton, Florence, 1134 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wis. Hall, Charles, Eau Claire, Wis., R. 5. Hendricks, Wilbur, 360 S. 20th St., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Henry, Carlfl' Johnson, Evelyn CSmithD, Valley Junction, Wis. Kelley, Kenneth, 328 U. Customis Bldg., San Fran- cisco, Cal. King, Virgil, 260 Rusk Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Kress, Fred, Tomah, Wis. 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Kuckuck, Charles, New Butler, Wis. Linehan, Dan, Honey Creek, Wis., R.F.D. McMullen, Lloyd, Robal Inn, San Diego, Cal. Naylor, Vera, Elkorn, Wisl O'Leary, Gertrude, 4503 Avery Ave., Detroit, Mich. Otto, Edward, Tomah, Wis. Scott, Lee, Box 180, Chicago, Ill. Skinner, Vera CCallD, 132 S. La Verne Ave., Chicago, Ill. Somers, Ruth CStewartD, Merrimac, Wis. Starkey, Lavina CMurdockJ, Norway Ridge, Wis. Reinhard, Raymond, 1005 lst National-Soo Minneapolis, Minn. Line Bldg., Reynolds, Luella CNelsonD, 915 45th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Sexton, Ruth tDonovanj, Tomah, Wis. Semrau, Lucy, Tomah, Wisconsin. Semrau, Agnes, Tunnel City, Wis. Sickles, Raymondfl' Smith, Lorna, Tomah, Wis. Tibbitts, Lillian CBeltzJ, Michigan, N. Dak. .Van Loon, Ida CRossiterD, Oxford, Iowa. Steele, Ray, Tomah, Wis. Verick, Albert, S58 Benton Ave., Janesville, Wis. Stellings, Ruth CRutlinJ, Wyeville, Wis. Winter, Russel, Milltown, Montana. Strachan, Clyde, 424 Murray St., Madison, Wis. Wright, Charles, Tomah, Wisconsin. Ziebell, Clyde, Tomah, Wis. Zimmerman, William, Tomah, Wis. Ziebell, Vernon, Tomah, Wis. CLASS OF '14 Ayars, Burton, Sparta, Wis. CLASS OF f15 Baker, Mabel, 125 7th St., La Crosse, Wis. iCl5tenber,LII.a:ractIK:dowjj, YrVh1te:at,e1r, Wis. Bell, Amy CEvansl, Exford, Wis. , Il CrSOI1, a e o nson , oma , ls. Betthauser, Ralph, Tunnel Ctiy, Wisconsin. 1 Bates' Ijvlal Chlcagfb Ill- I Betthauser, John, Tunnel City, Wisconsin. BEHJ2-mln, Roy, Ortlng, Washington. ' . Bongers, Alvin, 311 W. Washington St., Chicago, lll. Bofcheftf Ruth iG"lmdbufglf Mmneapollsv Mmn' Borchert, Hattie CBenjaminJ, Orting, Washington. Chapman, Alma, Tunnel City, Wis. ' Compton, Donald, Indianapolis, Indiana. Drow, Earle, Tomah, Wisconsin. f Dewey, Lloyd, 664 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. Doten, Alva."' Delong, Florence CVoegelJ,356 E.53rd St.,Chicago,Ill. Griswold, Vera KSteelel, Tomah, Wisconsin. Gleiss, Kathryn tHillikerD, Sparta, Wis. Hilliker, Beldin, Adams, Wis. Heilman, Eleanor CSr. M. Sylvesterj, Fond du Lac, Wis. Johnson, George, Tomah, Wis. Johnson, Ethel fArmstrongJ."' Kress, Gertrude, 1206 Foster Ave., Chicago, Ill. Lambert, Archie, Fairmont, N. Dak. Lenz, Martha tWentlandl, Charles City, Iowa. Mathews, Lydia CRocheltD, 1725 Mississippi St., La Crosse, Wis. Medd, Ethel, Tomah, Wis. Murray, Robertff' Nichols, George, St. Cloud, Minn. Nuzum, William, Breeze Terrace, Madison, Wis. Robertson, Madge QHornbeckJ, 2707 lst Ave. S., Min- neapolis, Minn. Chapman, Nona, Reedstown, Wis. Damerow, Elmer, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Dewey, Alta, Hancock, Michigan. Diemer, Ruth, Minneapolis, Minn. Dreps, Joseph, Grand Forks, N. Dakota. Earle, Will, Marquette Dental College , M Wis. Eberdt, Rexford, Warrens, Wis. Eberdt, Ruth COrchardJ, Warrens, Wis. Eldridge, Irene, Burlington, Wis. Fick, Carl, Tomah, Wis. Fitzpatrick, Edwin, Baraboo, Wis. Forrest, Raymond, Portland, Oregon. Griswold, Ben, Utica, Illinois. Graham, Marie CDupeeJ, Tomah, Wis. Gleason, George, Warrens, Wis. ilwaukee, Hale, Elizabeth CHorswellD, 1907 Keyes Ave., Madison, Wis. Jenkins, Marlyn, Minneapolis, Minn. Kupper, Rosaline CBremerJ, 3213 Vernon cago, Ill. Kyle, Dorothy CMorganD, Mellen, Idaho. Lamb, Gladys tGabowerJ, Tomah, Wis. Larsen, Lester, Kenosha, Wis. Linehan, Nellie, Cashton, Wis. Ave., Chi- 4' Deceased. MR. ALEX GARNOCK, '05 Alex Garnock, '05, completed the course in Civil Engineering at the University of Wisconsin. For several years he was City Engineer at Eau Claire. T During the World War he served with the 26th Engineers in France, having the rank of First Lieutenant. He is now President of Universal Con- struction Company With offices at Eau Claire. -34- 1925 THE HA Linehan, Gertrude, Janesville, Wis. Lueck, Lorenz, 1918 Adams St., Two Rivers, W'is. Marvin, Bernice tScottJ, Neillsville, Wis. Mause, Mabel CB apolis, Minn. Meinecke, Frank Morgan, William McMullen, Leon, California. Murray, Agnes CCrossmanl, St. Paul, Minnesota. Murray, Horatio, 4322 9th Tripp Ave., Chicago, Ill. Neal, Ralph, Cleveland, Ohio. Peterson, Ruth, Evanston, Wis. Ragan, Danf' Ratcliffe, Izora tReynoldsl, San Antonio, Texas. Reinhard, Mildred tTaylorj, Glendive, Montana. Richards, Norva tTaylorJ, Glendive, Montana. Richards, Norva tSchedlerD, Sparta, Wis. Root, Lottie tGruetzmakerJ, Sterling, Ill. Schleisner, Letha tSchlintD, U07 Chestnut St., Janes- ville, Wis. Stellings, Frank, Laona, Wis. Strachan, Gray, 956 Dayton Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Trabant, Will, Tomah, Wis. Uebele, Eunice. 1301 L. St. Bakersfield, California. Warren, Margaret, Cleveland, Ohio. Yeager, Arthur, 215 Lexington Ave., Elmohte, Cal. Yeager, Minnie, Tomah, Wis. enjaminb, 1307 14th Ave. S., Minne- , Cashton, Wis. , Mellen, Idaho. 518 S. Garnsey St., Santa Anna, CLASS OF 'lti Aller, Kathlyn, Tomah, 1lVis. Baumgarten, Harry, University of Wis,, Madison, Wis. Boysen, Albert, Hartford, Wis. Brill, Lillian, La Crosse, Wis. Brill, Mildred CSiedayD, Bergland, Michigan. Butts, Stanley, 2811 VV. Gth St., Duluth, Minn. Donovan, Ella, Antigo, Wis. Drew, Doris fWitthuhnD, 1232 Murray Ave., Milwau- kee, Wis. Fassler, Adeline CRoberts0nD, 317 'ith Ave. N. E., Minot, N. D. Gabower, Clarafl' Hendricks, Lela, 506 Walnut, Springfield, Ill. Hill Marjorie, 2218 Harriet Pl., Minneapolis, Minn. Hill, Milo, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Hoisington, Forest, Onalaska, Wis. Kelley, Harold, San Francisco, Cal. Kress, Mae, Tomah, Wis. Krueger, William, Tomah, Wis. Liddane, Cecelia, Richland Center, Vi 4' Deceased. 15. DR. E. H. KRUEGER, 'US Dr. E. H. Krueger, graduated from Loyola Uni- versity, Chicago, Illinois. He served eighteen months interneship under Dr. J. D. Robertson. After five years of successful practice in Chicago, he was forced to enter St. Agnes Memorial Sani- tarium, Denver, Colorado. Since leaving the sani- tarium, he has been faithfully Uchasing the curen at his home at 2736 Vine Street, Denver, Colorado. He is slowly regaining his health, and we are looking forward to a complete cure. ..8j'- MOT 1925 Linehan, Agnes, Oregon, Wis. Madden, Earle, Milwaukee, Wis. McManamy, Joseph, Cashton, VVis. Medd, Floy tGregoryJ, Picayune, Miss. Meirs, Anna tAbarD, Valley Jet., Wis. Mistele, Martha fHubert7, Wilton, Wis. Morgan, Minnie, Tomah, Wis. Nuzum, Marguerite CGrubbP, Tomah, Wis. Olson, Clara CLibkeJ, Tomah, Wis. Preston, Mayme, Tomah, Wis. Prell, Gertrude Cliedercrj, Oakdale, Wisconsin. Prell, Esther Cliastonb, Chicago, Ill. Reynolds, Elizabeth tlluelowl, Tomah, Wis. Reynolds, Raymond, 635 W. Lincoln Blvd., F Illinois. Reynolds, Roy, R.F.D., Tomah, Wis. Richards, Harvey, Casper, Wyoming. Roberson, Agnes tKelseyb, Abbotsford, Wis. Roddel, Vera tFrisbyD, Picayune, Mississippi. Rowan, Dena .CKruegerJ, Tomah, Wis. Sands, Vera tbabcockb, 2-to Olllrien Ave., Whitefish, Montana. Seymour, Harrison, Port Huron, Michigan. Shepard, Edgar, 108 N. 2nd St., Rockford, illinois. Spooner, Laura flietthauserj, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Steele, Kitty, Mexico City, Missouri. Tower, Earle, 920 So. 12th St., Manitowoc, Wis. Yan Loon, Neal, University Park, Iowa. Warren, John, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Wright, Gladys COstermickJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Zellmer, Ernest, 222 9th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, reeport, CLASS OF '17 Armstrong, Howard, Gary, Indiana. Bailey, Edith CPloppcrJ, Royalton, Wisconsin. llentzen, Robert, care Y.M.C.A., Milwaukee, Wis. Blackwood, Vl'inifred CMorrisonJ, ltilti Sth St,, S., Minneapolis, Minn. Bowen, Bessie, Tomah, Wis. Bolton, Russel, 58 Tenace Ave., Freeport, L. I., New York. Borchert, Walter, Port of Prince, Haiti. Chapman, Margery Uordonl, Rcadstown, Wisconsin. Christman, Alvera tColesonl, Box TEH Lavoye, Wyo- ming. Drow, Florence, Tomah, Wisconsin. Edwards, Lucille CHardyJ, Minneapolis, Minn. Eldridge, Lillian, Denton, Texas. Flood, Mary, Kendall, Wis. 1925 T1-1El-IAMOT 1925 Folson, Violet CWilliamsJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Frohmader, Laurs QBrieskeD, Cashton, Wis. Gabower, August, Tomah, Wisconsin. Getman, Alys CUthusD, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Gorbet, Viola CBigelowJ, Tomah, Wis. Graham, Irene, Tomah, Wis. Granwnz, Irma CMischJ, 489 Hanover St., Milwaukee, is. Hatch, Vera CGlassowJ, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Hoag, Harlow, Tomah, Wis. Jacobson, Christena, Sparta, Wis. Johnson, Edna QHansonJ, Elburn, Illinois. Kilmer, Royal, Apt. 2, 1042 26th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Krueger, Bruno, 310 Garland Street, Sturgeon Bay, rs. Kyle, Lucille, Marinette, Wis. Linehan, Alice, Tomah, Wisconsin. Madden Helen CHughesD, Tomah, Wis. Meloy, Leta, 1418 Cherokee St., Denver, Colorado. Mick Gladys, Milwaukee, Wis. Miller, Maude CAndrewsJ, Rockford, Ill., Douglas Farm No. 9. Mitchell, Ruth, Wilton, Wisconsin. McMullen, Glen, Long Beach, California. McNutt, Reginald, 629 Lee St., Milwaukee, Wis. Moran, Edward, Mauston, Wisconsin. O'Brian, Edward, 11321 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, Ill. O'Leary, Francis, 613 Virginia Park, Detroit, Michigan. O'Leary, Florence, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Poquette, Vernice CHardyJ, 1244 No. 7th St., Albu- querque, New Mexico. Prell, Alice CSchroederl, Oakdale, Wis. Purdy, Iva, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Reehberg, Alva, Tomah, Wis. Rivett, Veronica, Chicago, Ill. Rhoder, Gladys tLivingoodJ, Sparta, Wis. Rose, Paul, Tomah, Wis. Rose, Rupert, Tomah, Wis. Schenicker, Marie CMcCannD, Wilton, Wis. Skinner, Mildred CSlakerJ, 604 Garfield Avenue, Au- rora, ll. Schultz, Lucille, Tomah, Wis. R.F.D. Stewart, Chauncey, Milwaukee, Wis. Sullivan, Loretta CBrooksJ, 612 N. 6th St., La Crosse, Wisconsin. Syverson, Selwyn, 1239 Appleton St., Long Beach, Cal. Treat, Chelcie, Minocqua, Wisconsin. l . Uebelle, Marion 1301 L. St., Bakerfield, California. Vandervort, Ada CHillardJ, Portage, Wis. Wagner, Emma, Tomah, Wisconsin. Wagner, Arthur, University of Wisconsin, Madison, W . Winterislrene CGieslerD, Tomah, Wisconsin. Ziebell, Arnold, Orting, Washington. CLASS OF '18 Alexander, Marjorie CHermannJ, 1800 Oglevy Ave., Chicago, Ill. - Ayers, Lefa, La Crosse Normal, La Crosse, Wis. Bigelow, May QWitteD, Tomah, Wis. Bigelow, La Verne, 208 S. Monroe St., Sturgis, Michi- gan. . ' Borchert, Mildred, Minneapolis, Minn. ' Carter, Bessie QHarnishJ, Adams, Wisconsin. if Deceased. Cramer, Raymond, Tomah, Wis. Crossleltt, Marie 1KratzkeJ, 944 Allis St., Milwaukee, rs. . Daly, John, Tunnel City, Wis. Fox, Laura, Keewatin, Minn. Forrest, Ruth, 1455 Lenore St., Portland, Oregon. Griggs, Carrollfk Hopp, Alvin, Minneapolis, Minn. Heser, Fred, Madison, Wis. Hendrecks, Lydia, Springfield, Illinois. Hale, Mary QSommer6eldJ, Tomah, Wis. Kelley, Ruth tHawleyJ, Baldwin, Wisconsin. Kuthlow, Elsa, Tomah, Wisconsin. Kupper, Alvin, Valders, Wisconsin. Lueck, Cornelia, 2402 Washington St., Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Logan, Maretta QOlsonD, West Allis, Wisconsin. Lange, Violet CHeilmanJ, Ridott, Ill. Lamb, Eber, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Lambert, Eva CHorningJ, Mansfield, S. Dakota. Maxwell, Miriam, Frenchtown, Mont. McCollough, Della CHinemanD, Tomah, Wisconsin. McWithey, Daniel, Tomah, Wis. Monahan, Alice, 2116 W. 29th St., Los Angeles, Cal. Marvin, Beatrice, Mather, Wisconsin. O'Leary, Foster, 13 W. Delaware Place, Chicago, Ill. O'Leary, Veronica, Wilton, Wis. Phillipps, Verna CDamsD, Tomah, Wisconsin. Prescott, Claude, Highland Park, Los Angeles, Cali. Prell, Harry, Tomah, Wisconsin. Peterson, Robert, La Crosse, Wis. Ragafn, Katherinefl' Rose, Herbert, Tomah, Wis. Schenecker, John, Tomah, Wisconsin. R.F.D. Schleisner, Mamie CMalchowJ, 607 Chestnut St., Janes- ville, Wis. Schultz, Serena KLambD, Tomah, Wisconsin R,F.D. Scott, Millard, Warrens, Wisconsin. Siebold, Laurel1a'CVon Hadenj, Tomah, Wisconsin. Sexton, Ralph, 511 Wilson St., Winona, Minnesota. Smith, Theodore, Chicago, Ill. Sowle, Ferne CHartJ, Tomah, Wis. Sowle, Helen, Sparta, Wisconsin. Stevens, Madge fHoHmanJ, 272 Ogden Ave., Milwau- kee, Wis. Sullivan, John, Tomah, Wis. Uebele, Sidney, 1301 L. St., Bakersfield, California. Vandervort, Alvin, Tomah, Wis. Yeager, Clara, Tomah, Wis. CLASS OF '19 Anderson, Lloyd, Wellesly, Massachusetts. Bacon, Eva QWarnkeJ, Tomah, Wisconsin R.F.D. Baumgarten, Edna CStelterD, Tomah, Wisconsin R.F.D. Bell, Douglas, Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill. Biegel, Hans, Tomah, Wisconsin. Blaskey, Vincent, Tomah, Wisconsin. Hangers, Lorena, Ladysmith, Wisconsin. Baumgarten, Minerva, Tomah, Wisconisn, Croty, Sherman, Tomah, Wisconsin. DalyW'Bernadine, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, is. Denominee, Edward, Milwaukee, Wis. Drescher, Florence, Rockton, Ill, Dickenson, Isla, Tomah, Wisconsin R.F.D. JOSEPH A. DREPS, B.A., Mn., CLASS 1915 Mr. Dreps obtained both of his degrees in French and in Spanish at the University of Wisconsin. In 1922, he accepted a position as teacher of the said languages in the University of North Dakota and is still there. Sep- tember 9, 1924 he was married to Miss Hildegarde Fried, a teacher of art in the same institution. 1925 TI-IE HAMOT 1925 Dewey, Lyle, Ramona, Oklahoma. Drow, Thelma, State Normal, Muncie, Indiana. Eick, Verne, Tomah, Wis. Fryer, Mildred, Minneapolis, Minn. Folson, Floyd, Tomah, Wis. Grahglm, Mildred, Milwaukee Normal, Milwaukee, rs. Gurnlsle, Vincent, 608 E. Franklin Ave,, Minneapolis, inn. - Hilliker, Blanche, Harvard, Ill. Hanover, Clarence, Miles City, Montana. Judevine, Velma, Kendall, Wisconsin. Kyle, Katherine, Eveleth, Minn. Lanke, Max, U. S. Marines, San Francisco, Cal. La Motte, Francis, Sheboygan Falls, Wis. Lanz, Harold, Red River, Nontana. Liddane, Edward, Tomah, Wis. Lueck, Clemens, Woodside, Ripon, Wisconsin. Lowe, James, Milwaukee, Wis. Moore, Garnet CParkerJ, Pekin, III. Mee, Luella, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Martin, Lawrence, Tomah, Wis. Marshall, Theresa, Tomah, Wis. Palmer, Ethel, La Crosse, Wis. Poquette, Myron, 220k S. Rita, Huntington Park, Cal. Pingle, Ralph, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Robertson, Adafl' Roberts, Alfred, Ripon, Wisconsin. Reardon, Mark, 1410 E. 66th Place, Chicago, Ill. Roder, Melvin, Amer. Telegraph 81 Telephone Co,, Ill. Sneider, Alice, Tomah, Wis. Siebold, Francis CVon Hadenj, Tunnel City, Wis. Sowle, Forest, Tomah, Wisconsin. Strachan, George, White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Storkel, Louis, American Telephone 81 Telegraph Co., Chicago, Ill. lm, l Syverson, Howard, Tomah, Wis. Sutton, Laura tScottJ, Warrens, Wis. , Stelter, Leon, Tomah, Wisconsin R.F.D. Stewart, Jessie, La Crosse, Wis., Sullivan, William, Tomah, Wis. R.F.D. Verick, Leonard, West Allis, Wis. Westphal, Elan CSchedlerJ, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Wolf, George, Winnebago, Nebraska. Woodard, Hazel CClearyJ, Chicago, Ill. Yeager, Edith, 213 W. Dunbar St., Alpena, Michigan. Zimmerman, Verna, Mauston, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '20 Anderson, Wells, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Beane, Viona CBrownD, Beloit, Wisconsin. Blado, Luella, Wilton, Wis. Burdick, Leone CBurroughsJ, Tomah, Wisconsin. Carter, Lester, Tomah, Wis. Dana, Florence, Kirby, Wis. Dickinson, Winnie, Tomah, Wisconsin, R. F.D. Grey, Beulah CHarrisJ, 386 Forrest Ave., Royal Oak, Michigan. Greeno, Ida, Tunnel City, Wisconsin. Hinds, William, 303 E. 4th St., Rock Falls, Ill. Johnson, Georgia, Tunnel City, Wis. A Johnson, Kenneth, Camp Douglas, Wis. Johnson, Ethel QGrimshawJ, 1220 22nd St., Milwau- kee, Wis. Kampman, Theodore, East Palestine, Ohio. 'l' Deceased. MR. ALVA A. THOMPSON, '90 ' Alva A. Thompson, '90, is efficiently serving as State School Supervisor with headquarters at Madison, an office he has held for the past eleven years. Previous to this he had served as superintendent of Monroe County six years, as City Supt. of Schools at Plymouth and Two Rivers three years, and as Principal of County Normal at Richland Center for eight years. J Kress, Phillip, Tomah, Wis. Lawton, Amana, Warrens, Wis. Lenz, Arnold, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis Linehan, Leone, 2513 Chicago Ave. S., Minneapolis, M' n. Mick, Winfield, A. T. 81 T. Co., Omaha, Neb. Mistele, Gertrude CHenryJ, Tomah, Wis. R.F.D. Moran, William, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Noth, Leone, Roberts, Wis. O'Leary, Howard, 2195 Canton Ave., Detroit, Mich. Peterson, Helen, Warrens, Wis. Phillips, Ruth, Detroit,-Michigan. Pingle, Leslie CEberlienD, 3850 29th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Plunkett, Harry, Chicago, Ill. Prickett, Eleanor, Tomah, Wisconsin, R.F.D. Rabe, Wilda CSyversonJ, Tomah, Wis. Reynolds, Lloyd, 2006 Clark St., Milwaukee, Wis. Rudoll, Elsie, Tomah, Wis. Schenecker, Katherine CMcCannJ, Wilton, Wis,, R.F.D. Schwartz, Marguerite, Wausau, Wis. Sexton, John, Tomah, Wis. Sullivan, Margaret, Whitewater, Wis. Sutton, Emma, Tomah, Wis. Storkel, Otto, Tomah, Wis. Tai-t, Helen, Oconto, Wis. Tucker, Vivian, Mauston, Wis. Uischner, Ruth CRichardsJ."' Vandervort, Harold, Tomah, Wis. Wagner, Goldie, Wyeville, Wis. Westlake, Lawrence, 170 North St., Riverside, Cal. CLASS OF '21 Anderson, Dagny, Chicago, Ill. Asbury, Beatrice, Warrens, Wis. Bell, Margaret, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Birkholtz, Irma CRoscoviusJ, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Bailey, Agusta CPierce7, Sparta, Wis. Beardsley, Edith. 507 Lincoln St., Janesville, Wis. Chapman, Joanna, Stevens Point Normal, Stevens Point, Wis. Curry, Lawrence, St. Paul, Minn. Connor, Mayme CHeserD, Kirby, Wis. Daly, Florence, Tunnel City, Wis. Dewey, Ivah, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Dewey, Leone, Marshfield, Wis. Donovan, Katherine, Whitewater Normal, White- water, Wis. Earle, Louis, Tomah, Wis. Finnerty, Gerald, Tomah, Wis. Gaartz, Lawrence, U. S. N. Goerbing, Ruth tGerkeJ, Tomah, Wis. Graham, George, Tomah, Wis. Hilliker, Norma, Tunnel City, Wis. Howi?.Lucile, Stevens Point Normal, Stevens Point, is. Junt, Myrtle, Tomah, Wis. Komiskey, Elizabeth, Tomah, Wis, Komiskey, Marie, Minneapolis, Minn. Kyle, Helen, University of Wis. Madison, Wis. Lam3o.Mabel, Stevens Point Normal, Stevens, Point, is. Lawton, Coral, Tomah, Wis. Linelwn, Rozella, University of Wisconsin, Madison, is. 1925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 Ludeking, Caroline, Tomah, Wis. Mathews, Elmer, La Crosse, Wis., B.'1'.U. Monohan, Bessie, 2111i W. 2Elth St., Los Angeles, Cal. Morse, Sadie tMurrayD, 112 E. 35rd St., La junta, Colorado. McCaul, Katherine, University of Wis., Madison, VVis. Murdock, Nora, Warrens, Wis., R.F,D. Mistele, Myrtle flilaskeyj, Tomah, Wis. McCIatchie, james, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind. Prescott, Doris CSchlaverJ, Sparta, Wis. Purdy, Norma, Tomah, Wis. Purdy, Eva, Warrens, Wis. Riesing, Clarence, Mound Prairie, Minn. Kagan, Helen, Grand View Hospital, La Crosse, Wis. Rowen, Anna, Warrens, Wis. Reynolds, Lynn, Ripon College, Ripon, Wis. Schuman, Edna CMartinD, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Simpson, jesse, Delton, Wis. Schultz, Mildred, Stevens Point Normal, Stevens Point, Wis. Sowle, Edward, Tomah, VVis. Spink, Earl, 101K N. llith St., Richmond, lll. Spink, Hazel, Lutheran Hospital, La Crosse, Wis. Vcsper, Marie, Chemawa, Oregon. Warren, Harold, Tomah, Wis. Welch, Leila, La Crosse Normal, La Crosse, Wis. Wood, Gladys, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Zellmer, Gertrude, Tomah, Wisconsin. CLASS OF '22 Alilyot, Della, Warrens, Wis. Alderman, LaVaughn Clfiebigl, 43-1 14th Ave., Mil- waukee, Wis. Baumgarten, Lyle, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Bartels, Helen, Lyle Hall, Ripon College, Ripon, Wis. Baker, Letha, Tomah, Wis. R. 2. Birkenmeyer, Margaret, 209 South Jackson St., Janes- ville, Wis. Betthauser, Oscar, Galesville, Wis. Burns, Paul, Ames College, Ames, Iowa. Chapman, Bernice, Stevens Point Normal, Stevens Point, Wis. Chapman, Ethel, Stevens Point Normal, Stevens Point, VVis. Chapman, Jean, Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis. Crossett, Marion, Wis. College of Music., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Drescher, Robert, 215 N. 9th St,, La Crosse, Wis. Dashner, Iver, Adams, Wis. Dickenson, Bernard, Tomah, Wis. R.F.D. Erdman, Inez, Tomah, Wis, Fox, Florence, Whitewater Normal, Whitewater, Wis. Fieting, William, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Gordon, Florence, 3339 Lexington St., Chicago, Ill. Graham, Gertrude, 9545 Dayton Ave, St. Paul, Minn. Holfman, Bessie, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Hackney, Phyllis, La Crosse Normal, La Crosse, Wis. Hancock, Lyle, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Hancock, Navarre, Tomah, Wis. R.F.D. Hopp, Henry, Tomah, Wis. Honel, Luella, Tomah, Wis. jordan, LeRoy, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. james, Kenneth, Detroit, Michigan, tt Deceased. jerdee, Ella, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. johnson, Ortis, Tunnel City, Wis. Krueger, Otto, Tomah, VVis. Kelpe, Roland, Augusta, Wis. Larson, Lulu CBowersD, Milwaukee, VVis. Lanke, Carl, Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis. Lambert, Robin, Tomah, Wis. Lenz, Milton, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Lenz, Ruth, Teachers State Normal School, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Moore, Mae, Tomah, Wis. Meyers, Vera, Tomah, Wis., R.F,D. Murphy, Victor, Wyeville, Wis. Madden, Leonard, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Marquart, Ralph, Tomah, Wis. Marshall, Henrietta, Tomah, Wis. McCullough, Thelma, Tunnel City, Wis. Martin, Violet, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Murray, Vere, 112 E. Third St., La Junta, Colorado. Noth, Orin, 210 Langdon St., Madison, Wis. Pingle, Ruth CPoquetteJ, 2203 Rita, Huntington Park, Cal. Rice, Cecelia, St. Catherine's Convent, Racine, Wis. Reynolds, Dorothy, 345 W. Washington Ave., Madison, VVisconsin. Reardon, Irene, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Reinhold, Ruth, Tomah, Wis. Rogge, Agnes CPoquetteJ, Tomah, Wis. Sweet, Grace, Tomah, Wis. Sweet, Alva, University of Wis., Madison, Wis. Scnogles, Beryl, Tunnel City, Wis. Severson, Marcella, YVyeville, Wis. Steinmetz, Helen, Tomah, Wis. Steinmetz, Anna, Tomah, Wis. Smith, Raymond, Chicago, Ill. Sullivan, James, Thorp, Wis. Sowle, Raymond, GBM E. Adams St., Springfield, Ill. Tucker, Audrey, Tomah, Wis. Tralmer, Freda, La Crosse, Wis. Taylor, Jessie, Rio Grande, Texas. Thom, Eva, 384 jackson St., Milwaukee, Wis Vandervort, Mildred, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D, Vandervort, Oscar, Tomah, VVis., R.F.D. Waltman, Frederick, Tomah, Wis. Zimmerman, George, Winona, Wis. CLASS OF '23 Alton, Irene CHoldgJ, 1446 Charles St., La Crosse, Wis. Anderson, Mildred, Barnard Hall, Madison, Wis. Andres, Ruth, 633 Bartlett Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Baker, Letha, Watermill School, Tomah, Wis. Bailey, Mae, General Delivery, Kaukauna, Wis. Benjamin, Frank, Tomah, Wis. ' Burroughs, Kenneth, Tomah, Wis. Caylor, Leola, Elm Grove School, Bangor, Wis. Clark, Francis, Tomah, Wis. Day, Beulah, R.F.D. No. 7, Sparta, VVis. Daly, Frances, 408 Center St., Whitewater, Wis. Dickenson, Laurel, Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis. Dickenson, Musa, Warrens, Wis. Evans, Joseph, Oakdale, Wis. Fiek, Arnold, Tomah, Wis. Fiedler, Vere, 503 So. Martha St., Angola, Indiana. Fieting, john, 260 Langdon St., Madison, Wis. MR. CHAUNCICY D. STIQVVART '17, Chauncey IJ. Stewart is at present located in Chi- cago taking a finishing course in commercial adver- tising at the American Academy of Art and doing free lance Work in the commercial art field. Since leaving Tomah High he has followed commercial art as a profession and at different times attended schools in Paris, Milwaukee, and Santa Barbara, Calif. 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Freisleben, Wenworth, Milwaukee, Wis. Gabower, Genevieve, St. Mary's Hall, Winona, Minn. Casper, William, Tomah, Wis. Getman, Wallace, La Crosse, Wis. Gilson. Helen, 408 Center St., Whitewater, Wis. Gillett, Miles, 402 Wisconsin Ave,, Waukesha, Wis. Gordon, Lester, Tomah, Wis. Graewin, Leslie, Milwaukee, Wis. Graham, Gertrude, 956 Dayton Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Grossman, Mabel CTurnmeyerJ, Mukwonago, Wis. Guernsey, Vesta, 345 West Washington Ave., Madison, Wisconsin. Heidler, Bernice, Ripon College, Ripon, Wis. Herman, George, Tomah, Wis. Hoag, Ruth CHeserJ, Tomah, Wis. Hoffman, William, Warrens, Wis. Jaunch, Otelia, 6644 Ingleside Ave., Chicago, Ill. Herdee, Melvin, 860 31 St., Milwaukee, Wis. Johnson, Helen CReisingl, Tomah, Wis. Johnson, Cecil, 1730 Lombard Ave., Everett, Wash- ington. Keene, Richard, La Crosse, Wis. Kelley, Rachel, 315 N. Murray St., Madison, Wis. Kern, George, 1103 Broadway, Menomonie, Wis. Kern, Robert, Tomah, Wis. Kolefsky, Beatrice, 268 Broadway, Blue Island, Ill. Komiskey, Bernard, Tomah, Wis. Kuehl, Lorna, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Lanke, Severa, Tomah, Wis. Maum, Leland, Sparta, Wis. McCaul, Thomas, 22 Langdon St., Madison, Wis. McNutt, Maritta tHackettJ, Tomah, Wis. Meloy, Theodore, care First National Bank,Janesville, Wisconsin. Meyers, Alva, 2316 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Motzer, Herman, 2218 Eastward Ave., Chicago, Ill. Murdock, Ruth, Kendall, Wis. Oakes, Ovid, Tomah, Wis. 0'Leary, Robert, 629 University Ave., Madison, Wis. Oleson, Victor, 121 12th Ave., W. Menomonie, Wis. Pingle, Edna, 214 27th St., Apartment 20, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Pitts, Roland, Millston, Wis. Prell, Irene, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Reel, Helen, Tomah, Wis. Rehberg, Raymond, R.F.D. Tomah, Wis. Reich, Norma, Warrens, Wis. Reynolds, Viola, Wallace St., care Ed. Lee, Grand Haven, Mich. 1 Rezin, Beryl, Warrens, Wis. ' Rice, Grace, No. 4 R.F.D., Sparta, Wis. Roder, Alvin, Speedway Hospital, Maywood, Ill. Schenecher, Lillian, R.F.D., Tomah, Wis. Shie, Ethel, 21 Burlington St., St. Joseph Hospital, Chicago, Ill. Silha, Ethel, R.F.D. No. 2, Sparta, Wis. Skogen, Marvin, 2030 Chestnut St., Milwaukee, Wis. Sonnenburg, Ella, Tomah, Wis. Sowle, Warren, 914 Laurence Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Strandt, Eva, Tomah, Wis. Strandt, Garland, Tomah, Wis. - Sullivan, Nellie, Tomah, Wis. Sutton, Florence, R.F.D. No. 7, Sparta, Wis. Sweet, Doris, 302 Bartlett Hall, Ripon, Wis. Taborsky, Amelia, 408 Center St., Whitewater, Wis. Thompson, Lyle, 1011 Broadway, Menomonie, Wis., Tralmer, Leone, Cashton, Wis. Turner, Bernice, Tomah, Wis. Walslager, Hattie, Arksdale, Wis. Walslager, Ireane, 433 24th Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. Waltman, Olga, 1168 24th Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Warren, Glen, 1657 9th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Weber, Edna, Seattle, Washington. Weiss, Carl, Tomah, Wis. Welch, Mabel, 408 Center St., Whitewater, Wis. Zastoupil, Irene, 200 3rd St., Merrill, Wis. Zeman, Albert, 220 N. Brook St., Madison, Wis. CLASS OF '24 Abbott, Lester, Tomah, Wis. Bartels, Cora, 149 A St. N. E., Darlington Apts. No. 32, Washington, D. C. 1 Baumgarten, Vivian, Tomah, Wis. at Deceased Benz, Galanda, Tomah, Wis. Blackwood, George, Tomah, Wis. Brehmer, Wm., R.F.D., Tomah, Wis. Burns, Jamie, Ames College, Ames, Iowa. Caldwell, Marjorie, 2148 Parker Ave., Beloit, Wis. Cassels, Dorothy, Tomah, Wis. Christensen,.Leo11e, 131 Graham Ave., Whitewater Wisconsin. Clay, Sylvia. Norwalk, Wis. Compton, Charles, Tomah, Wis. Connor, Theresa, Tomah, Wis. Dewey, Ella, Tomah, Wis. Domagala, Marie, Milwaukee, Wis. Edminister, Frances, Wilton, Wis. ' Gebhardt, Frederick, Millston, Wis. Gerke, Lillian, Tomah, Wis. Getman, Edgar, Portland, Oregon. Goff, Vera, 'Wyeville, Wis. Grassman, Alta, Tomah, Wis. Haase, Harold, Rockford, Ill. Hackbart, Lorenz, Madison, Wis. Hackney, Peter, Madison, Wis. Hely, Helen, Tomah, Wis. Hilger, Ralph, Tomah, Wis. Humboldt, Alvera, R.F.D., Tomah, Wis. Hunt, Velma, 3841 Wyandotte St., Kansas City, Mis- sourx. James, Bert, Tomah, Wis. ' Johnson, Lillian, Wilton, Wis. Johnson, Thelma, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. No. Johnston, Eva, Tomah, Wis. Keene, Myrtle, Warrens, Wis.' ' Kellogg, Lulu, care Brookdale School, Oakdale, Wis. Kern, Edward, Tomah, Wis., F.R.D, ' Kern, Esther, Tomah, Wis. - Krueger, Edith, 1314 Clark St., Stevens Point, Wis. Kuehl, Edna, Racine, Wis. Kyle, Rachel, 911 Clymer Pl., Madison, Wis. Last, Ada, Tomah, Wis. Lirldane, Gertrude, Tomah, Wis. Linder, Walter, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Mause, Dorothy. La Crosse, Wis. Miller, Helen, Tomah, Wis. Monohan, William, Tomah, Wis. Moore. Wilbur, Tomah, Wis. McCollough, Thelma, Tomah, Wis. McFadden, Robert, Tomah, Wis. McLeod, Margaret, 2005 Monroe St., Madison, Wis McNutt, Maritta CHackettJ, Tomah, Wis. Olsen, William, Tomah, Wis. Purdy, Delia, Wilton, Wis. Purdy, Hugh, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. , Rasmussen, Paul, No. 6 R.F.D., Tomah, Wis. Reardon, Wilfred, 117 C. Street, Washington, D.C. Robertson, Burton, Ft. Benning, Georgia. Rogge, Agnes CPoquetteJ, Tomah, Wis. Root, Archie, Wyeville, Wis. Root, Lee, Madison, Wis. Rowen, Mildred, care H. Lenz, R.F.D. No. G Tomah Wisconsin. Rudoll, Mildred, Tomah, Wis. Ryckmen, Mildred QPurdyJ, R.F.D., Tomah, Wis. Schendel, Margaret, Tomah, Wis. Schudt, Lyle, 1978 Milwaukee, Ave., Chicago, Ill. Scott, Helen CResinJ, Wyeville, Wis. Semrau, Louis, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Senogles, Donald, Tunnel City, Wis. Shutter, Merel, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Skogen, Alvin, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Smoke, James, Tomah, Wis., R.F.D. Stoiber, Lucile, 427 State St., Madison, Wis. Stoltz, Elden, 210 N. Court St., Rockford,fIll.. Sutherland, Gilma, Tunnel City, Wis. " Van Eman, Mabel, Valley Junction, Wis. 1 Vinz, M rtle, Oakdale, Wis. I Waege, Vere, Tomah, ,Wis., R.F.D. Waters, Margaret, Tomah, Wis. Weiss, Margaret, Tomah, Wis. Whitman, Pearl,'Tunnel City, Wis. 1 'l925 THE HAMOT 1925 Letters from Alumni WHAT MY ASSOCIATION WITH T.H.S. HAS DONE FOR ME WHAT T.H.S. MEANS TO ME NOW THE HAMOT: The Tomah High School brought me into Contact with companions whose strong and varied personalities were an important formative influence in my life. It gave me precious friend- ships which have endured and remained fresh through time and distance. It afforded me in- struction by one of the best teachers I ever knew. It sponsored my first credential or pass port into the calling which I have since followed. The Tomah High School means to me now a pleasant memory to which I look back and idealizeg an unbreakable bond, binding me to those friends of my youth- the living and the dead. With its greater facilities and larger numbers, it means a promise of wise guidance and rich opportunities for more boys and girls for endless generations. HERBERT EUGENE BOLTON, 1889. The Hamot, Tomah High School, Tomah, Wisconsin. DEAR FRIENDS: I received your card in which was enclosed a few questions you desire to have answered. Obviously it is difficult to calculate the material good that one derives from four years in high school, but 'I think it is very easy to measure the immaterial benefits that I have derived from good old Tomah High School. Pleasant memories of the associations with faculty and stu- dents during those four short years mean more to me each year and I wish that I could relive those very happy days. - I shall look forward with pleasure to receiving the HAMOT and will probably see many old scenes. Best regards to you young people on the staff and remember that you are enjoying the happiest moments of your lives. - Sincerely yours, HAROLD I. KELLY. The Hamot, Tomah, Wisconsin. 1 DEAR OLD HAMOT: Your card of the 20th ult, at hand, and I enclose herewith the requested wherewithall for the present yearls Hamot. As regards my reactions to the two questions "in question" I sup- pose my answer would be thus: My association with the Tomah High School, as nearly as I can differentiate at this rather late date, has done two things for me, it has given me some friendships that have endured to this day, andsthat I value very highly - friendship being man's most valuable possession, so to speak, and, through the wonderful patience and kindly insistence of one of the excellent teachers there it has started me off with a desire to be exact and thorough in all things. Incidentally, I have always entertained the memory of Tomah High School and of the teacher with a mingling of inspiration, gratitude, and bit of remorse, for having been such a public care, as it were. Tomah High School now, consequently, represents to me, a wistful sunny place in some half hidden memory wherein Master Mischief was taking leave, and Miss Romance was appear- ing over the horizon, with old man care lagging a bit behind. And I would like to add, in conclusion, that the last year's Hamot was a pleasant surprise, and I should like to have the Annual enjoy a long and useful life. Yours very sincerely, RALPH H. FORD, 1901. -90- 1295 Tl-IE HAMOT 1925 La -llennessee Perdue BY VroLEr R. MARTIN, '22 ERE LE DUC sat silent before the table in his study, looking vacantly beyond the chair in front of the table, and, it seemed, ever into and beyond the wall. In the wrinkled fingers of his large-veined right hand he held loosely a paper - a long white paper from the bishop, stating the date of the arrival of Pere le Duc's successor. The letter had not come as a sudden shock. It had merely marked the end of a series of letters, of events. Any how Pere le Duc held the final message in his hand. He seemed very old as he sat there, much older than his heavy frame and apparently huge stature clothed im- maculately in the black robe of his order would signify, and he did not hold so firmly as he had a week ago his great head with its thick white hair and its long beard that fell far down upon his chest. Even beyond the wall his grave blue eyes seemed to be penetrating, wistfully, as though in an effort to find an answer to some question in his mind. There was the simplicity of a child in them, and on the old man's forehead was the mark of helpless indecision that comes to one when he faces something of a momentous nature. The shadows of dusk had almost driven out the light before he gave up his hopeless task and lifted his ponderous self from the swivel chair before the table. Slowly, so slowly, he moved his six feet of venerable old age to the window, pulled aside the heavy velvet curtain, and peered out at the old French church beside the parsonage. For the past seven years Pere le Duc had said mass there and had come to love the smoky heap of red brick and its white and gold interior with its blotches of red poinsettia. He had spoken within it, Sunday in and Sunday out, slow, soft words of hope and holiness to his Hock assembled before him. The period of his service had been marked by an uneventfullness that could draw no logical complaint from his people. The nuns' home had been built during that time, it is true, and the curriculum of the school had been improved by the addition of an excellent department of music, but aside from that, the years in which he had been rector were apparently placid. Pere le Duc had done his best in every in- stance. And now he had till Friday to view, as he was doing now, from the parsonage window as from his home, this old church of his . . . His hand shook upon the Window casement, and the glass itself seemed to reverberate with the first thundering note of the angelus from the Steeple. Then two clear chimes rang out. With an almost imperceptible sigh, Pere le Duc straightened up, shuffled slowly to the other side of the room, and switched on the lights. Six o'clock! He had been sitting there since half past two when the mail had come. As if remembering something, he climbed laboriously up the carpeted stairs to his room to make ready for dinner. Mrs. Murphy, his house keeper, was always very angry when he was late . . . It was indeed this very slowness that had poisoned the minds of his parishioners and had prompted those most iniiuential to secure signers to a petition to the bishop asking for the removal of Pere le Duc. For, Sunday in and S-unday clit, feast day in and feast day out, their forebear- ance had been tried, so they stated in the petition, to the greatest extent. Pere le Duc was abominably slow at services. The high mass had often dragged its length to two hours and a half, Low masses were twice as long as they should- have been, and as for vespers and lenten services, they were interminable. In short, Pere le Duc was no longer capable of satisfying the demands of so large a congregation. The people did not wish to be unreasonable or sacrilegious, they stated most emphatically, but was it within reason to demand that a man spend all his time at church? Moreover, they would prefer a younger man, one who would meet and know the young people of the parish and who would not tire the congregation with his endless sermons. Was a sermon less holy because it was short? Could not as much be said at less length? A younger man would infuse a new spirit of activity into their stagnant group. Perhaps Pere le Duc would find a position less exacting for his age and vitality, they suggested. They hoped the bishop would see their point of view. Although they respected and admired Pere le Duc as a venerable and sainted personage, they would appreciate a new rector. Pere le Duc, though the soul of sanctity, was not improving the church attendance. Many of the members, besides, were paying their dues at the German and Irish churches where they were not bored by the hodge- podge clumsiness and eccentricities of an old man . . . -Ql- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 The congregation had prided themselves on the fact that Pere le Duc had not seen the pe- tition, and yet, after the offlcial notice of the change had come from the bishop of the diocese, M. Trepanier, who had been sent by his confreres to discover, if he could, how Perelle Duc was looking upon the matter of his removal, suffered a distinct shock at the hands of the calm old man. A ' Pere le Duc received him tranquilly, in his. measured, dignified way, and talked of nothing for some minutes. Casually he broached the subject which M. Trepanier had been sent to discuss. "It will not be long now, Gustavf' he had said, "before you will come to meet Pere Lamotte here in the parsonage. He is a much younger man, Gustav. That will be good for the people, will it not?" His fair blue eyes, childishly frank, looked into his visitor's plump face, and then, as though overwhelmed ,by a sudden thought, they turned away in a helplessly bewildered fashion. M. Trepanier had flushed visibly under the presumably unintentional thrust and had looked keenly at his pastor. ' n . f'Pere," he began, raising hisrthick, pudgy hand in quick remonstration, getting redder and more red, "We will be very sorry to -" ' The old man was deprecatory. "I know that -I am not young. Have I not been saying masses some years for the departed souls of those who welcomed me here? It is perhaps good that Pere Lamotte is being sent to take my place. Let us not talk about it, Gustav." Still more embarrassed, M. Trepanier made one last attempt. f'Bnt I have come to tell you of the great regret --" The slow voice spoke again, patient, measured. "Things will settledown quickly, Gustav, and you will find Pere Lamotte most interesting. Perhaps I shall come to say mass here once or twice yet, eh, when he is in need of an assistant? And I shall like my chapel work- his great hands spread out before him for emphasis - "so much!" His body, striking in its massive, dignified way, held itself rigid, but the faraway look of wistful helplessness again came into Pere le Duc's eyes. His visitor was speechless. Perhaps the silence' bore too greatly upon M. Trepanier's sense of delicacy, for he left soon afterward. ' On Thursday, Pere Lamotte, thirty-five, stout, energetic, a man who seemed to include all in his jovial good humor, was met at the depot by a delegation of three and escorted to the par- sonage, Pere le Duc, not yet dethroned, received him and, in his slow, methodical fashion, made him acquainted, as well as he could, with the ins .and outs of the parish business. on Friday, Pere le Duc's personal belongings were transferred to the Franciscan hospital of the city, where he was established as chaplain, according to the bishop's orders. Returning to the rectory, the next day, for a small ebony crucifix, he chanced to notice that standing near the basement door of the church was a delivery wagon appertaining to one of the town's furniture stores. Two men were unloading from it a huge pile of folding chairs. A faint change passed over the old man's face. He inquired of Mrs. Murphy about them while he was waiting for her to find the crucifix. i "What are they doing?" he asked her. f'The sisters are not giving a recital? No?', Mrs. Murphy, who had just found the cross where he had thoughtlessly mislaid it in a drawer, placed it carefully on the table beside him. She did not immediately answer his question. "Or it is a card party perhaps?" His voice RNHS gentle but insistent as a child's. "No, fahther-r."' ' Her honest face screwed up in an effort not to lie. "It is a little supper - a koinedvof a welcome for 'Fahther-r Lamottef' K "'Yes? And that isgood --"1 He spoke more to himself than to his formerly garrulous housekeeper, and his great hands fumbled absentmindedly with the silver cross that hung below the white' of his beard. Even his hands had that same handsome, helpless clumsiness. Mrs. Murphy, mumbling about a thread on the carpet, stooped down, but when she straightened up, she held no ravelling in her fingers and her hands were wet from having brushed away tears. A little supper . . . A welcome . . . Slowly, the old man went back to the hospital, searching, ever searching the cracks of the cement walk and the clouds in the heavens, for the answer to a question in his mind, even forgetful of the ebony crucifix for which he had come . . . -Q2- 1925 THEHAMO1' 1925 -.q3H 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 f 1 I ---.ag 1 X CXKRQQJ October 1, 1924. DEAREST KATE, Thrills! Thrills! Thrills! School has started again, and oh, is it fun to be back? It is! Q We all arrived bright and early September 2, and such a freshman class you never saw! just rows and rows of them, and theylre a clever looking crowd, too. I got a dandy seat in the main room. I traded with Lala Eirschele, for he had to sit up in front, either because of his eyes, or because of a certain little sopho- more in 4-1, I've forgotten which. We haven't decided on the best looking teacher yet, for itls an awful job this year. The next day, Mr. Himrod told us why we take history. CI always wonderedl, and after school we all went out to watch the first football practice. Fifty fellows out! It looks like a wonderful season. The juniors were the first to have a class meeting as usual, and elected Gordon Wallace president, Anna Olson, vice president, Evelyn Gould, secre- tary, and Robert Coomer, treasurer. They surely ought to-put on a 'fProm of History" now. On the 5th, Mr. Dinsmore told us, I mean he told the freshmen, to be careful of the wires, and then two blissful days of vacation. Isn't it funny how you always welcome vacation, no matter how much you've had? Septem- ber 8 was no "Blue Monday" for the sophomores. They elected some mighty good officers. With Carl Birkenmeyer president, and Johnson, Mistele, and Drowatzky to help him, they ought to do wonders this year. The seniors had their class meeting the next day, and from the noise that issued from the main room, one would think that a Bolshevik uprising was taking place. Nor- man Lueck, Lawrence Clark, Eleanor Reinholz, and Edna Gerke were elected officers. Wednesday, the alumni visited school all day. They told us how it was when they were in school, gave us worldly advice, and departed, green eyed with envy because they weren't in school, now. We had quizzes all the next day. Those teachers surely know how to work us. Friday, the freshmen, at their class meeting, showed the seniors how to really make noise, and elected Earle, Shutter, Kellogg, and Heser as class officers. A On the 15th, we elected 'Cella, Bartley, Peggy, and Smitty, cheer leaders. All of the nominations were made from the platform. The old stand-bys, Is Martin, Al McCaul, Gen Clark, Beaty Comisky, and Ernie Wegner appeared before the main room for the first time this year when each nominated his favorite. Shaky knees? Yes! The next day Martin Noth spoke to a girl. Yes sir! I -94- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 saw him! On the seventeenth the old teachers entertained at a party at Spring Bank. There must be something awfully attractive about the teachers, judg- ing from the high school people that followed them there, but, maybe, they weren't the only attraction. Maybe! And coming home I've heard whispers that Jean's car-that Jean's car- Oh nothing! We elected Mr. McKean, Miss Reiser, Miss Stebbens, and Miss Drowatzky to the Hamot board the next day. Certainly ought to put out a good Hamot now! 'Unlucky Friday, the next day. Such sounds as came from the gym! Nothing but junior-senior music tests but, Oh! I felt for Miss Flaherty! ' On September 22, Mr. McKean told us about regular attendance, school traditions, etc. All right, we'll be good. The General Science classes studied the stars the next night. Now really, Buckly, was itfjust stars you studied? Wednesday, Ernie Wegner announced the Hamot Staff and of course, there was a great lead of "Why, I never thought I'd get it!" P ' The next day Mr. McKean was gone, and we didn't tear down the school house either! Mrs. 'Krueger has started for the district contestialready. "Speed up there, you!" I hear Opal Hellman and Dorothy Cassels are almost beating the seniors. Poor M-iss Thompson. She runs around like a chicken with her head off and at least a hundred books under her arm. You know there aren't chairs enough so her classes meet in every room. Anytime now, I expect to see her gravely seated on the furnace, expounding Vergil to her row of students perched on the coal pile. John Scott made his debut at the Mauston mass meeting. Well, at last, We know who he is! The rain didn't keep us away from the game Saturday, and the team skidded to a 13-0 victory over Mauston. Six teachers there! Well anyway, we know who made the first team. On the 29th, the editor and business manager of the Owl appeared wearing little gold pins and created a mild sensation. Monday, ,Miss jones was gone, and the freshmen surely enjoyed the extra hour in the main room. Dear me some- thing must be done to the stairs in this town. Every boy, on the team seemed to have had an awful fall right down them judging' from the scars and scratches he is wearing. On the 13th the Orchestra was organized with Morse, O'Leary, Harris, Winters, Senogles, Honel, Goff, Brown, Cassels, Crain, Schmidt, Wallace, Wells, Lenz, Stees, Johnson, and Reel as members. The watermelon season is upon us! But it's no fun when the owner offers you the whole patch, is it Danny? Miss Thomas announced the organization of the Dramatic Club the next day. Fourteen people killed in the rush. My, but we didn't realizehow really in- terested Johnny and Art were in Dramatics, before. , You should be here these wonderful fall days, when all the campus is so pretty, when from the minute you start pounding the typewriter in the morning until five o'clock, when you cast one last look at the football field, the day is perfect. ' Yours, AL. 1 November 1, 1924. DEAR KATE, ' Football! Football! Football! That's all we hear about, talk about, or look at! Football, grades, and carnival- a regular vicious circle. Remember Mr. Trentlage's vicious circle -. 1 On October 2, we elected Margaret Reel, Marcella O'Leary, and Kate Pa- quette officers of the Glee Club. The'meeting and dates were as exciting as usual. If one is interested in developments, he might watch the girl's stairs after the club meets, each Thursday. Seems funny to see the old daters gone. We missed Bill, Bob, Chuck, etc. On the third, we sent the team to Winona, and the sophomores entertained the freshmen at a backwards party. They wouldn't even let us look in, but we hear that the freshmen were the champion cider guzzlers, and that the next day Mr. McKean had to tell the little boys how -QS.. 1925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 to act! Mr. Ganiield didnlt enjoy himself. He was such a bashful little boy yet! The next day, the battle of the giants, Tomah and Winona, took place, with the teachers on the side lines to cheer the fellows on. The 6th was just a regular Blue Monday. In Room 6 it was blue, very blue, and on the same day, to cheer poor C. up, the Shakespeare club entertained the teachers at Mrs. Harts. Poor Miss Thompson and her "discipules" are still tearing around the build- ing, and to add to their confusion, some of the pupils are disappearing. Missing her quiet and gentle face from the room, Miss Thompson found that Gen Clark had disappeared and was worried greatly until a surpressed QPD giggle under the table told that poor little Genevieve had fallen off her large chair! We're hearing many whispers about a secret society. Oh you Tappa Kegs! A civic improvement movement has started. First move, Kenny Olsen has his hair cut. Who's next? Senior Owl came out on the eighth, and the freshmen crowed all day about beating the sophomores. Where is Mr. Wright? The next day, the senior-junior game ended in a tie. Where is Mr. Wright? The next day there were many sleepy eyes at school. To be sure! The Butts' fire. The seniors give up the Owl pins to Katherine Paquette, Doc Bell, and Miss Reiser, Oh Yes! Here is Mr. Wright. All steady now- Click- "Oh Mr. Wright, I know I broke the camera." The same old gag every time the Hamot pictures are taken. On the llth, the juniors all carried corn poppers, and enjoyed a gay ol' time QAs Hutson would sayj in room 18, making pop corn balls. On the 10th Nellie, Peg, Bartley, and 'Cella put on a down town mass meeting be- fore the Reedsburg game. Such queer movies, I never saw! The next day! Reedsburg 2, Tomah 0. Hard luck, Gordon, but never mind, Big, fight after- wards, ask Jud. The juniors sold popcorn balls and ice cream to fix the gym a little for the party we hear they're going to have in the spring. The extemporaneous speaking contests started on the thirteenth, and Eleanor, Doris, and Norman got places. Oh Temporal Oh Moses! Will Miss Mc Adams pick on me next? Mr. Ganfleld announced the debate question the next day. Well! Well! Art can snap his suspenders most as good as Darrow, so we ought to have a good team. In an intelligence quiz given by Mrs. Krueger on the 14th, in which K. Wich, D. Cassels, A. McCaul, I. Martin ranked highest. The junior-senior game was played on that day and resulted in a 0 to 0 tie. The Honor Society was elected and our congratulations went to Cella, Ernie, Doris, Eleanore, and Issy. j On the 15th, oh joy of joys, the Carnival election was conducted. Tomah played its second team against Camp Douglas, so we got out at 3:15 to see them play. Of course, we all felt bad about that! On the 16th the juniors breathed a sigh of relief- their paper went to press. The Radio Club was entertained at Arlys Falknerls home that evening. The junior party was given on the 17th, with farm lads and milk maids galore. Mr. Cummings and Miss Ganfield created a real sensation, while Mr. McKean made a wonderful rag man when Doc Bell got through with him. Then, next morning, the clean up brigade surely made quick work of the gym. Why? Oh yes, Wisconsin Rapids game. More Tomah people than any other were there, and many tears were in evidence when the two time-keepers' watches refused to work together. Doc and Norman arrived in time to enjoy the final whistle at least. On the twentieth, Miss Thomas organized the Dramatic Club with twenty- five charter members. Al McCaul, 'Cella O'Leary, john Scott, and Coony Kyle, are this year's olhcers. The teachers met after school that night and talked us over. They were merciful though and the records are fairly good. Tuesday, Oh Glorious Day! The junior Owl came out. Did you get on the Honor Roll? Did you make the Honor Society? Are you king or queen, or one of the at- tendants? Oh well! Congratulations to every one who was. Wednesday, Smitty got to school before eight forty-five! The next day, we all learned how to act down at the library, and C. taught Margaret Wallace and Grace Winter how to come into the main room. 'Cella conducted a mass meeting for the ,Q6- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Nekoosa game on the twenty-fourth 'and Lala spoke. Why Elvira! Why did you blush? On the twenty-fifth, we met Nekoosa- "Hold 'er Naakoosa"-- and she did. Score 20-0. C. was as beaming and smiling as he usually is when we lose. A Miss McAdams held a straw vote on the presidential candidates on the 27th, and the second extemporaneous speaking contest was held. Iris, Carl, and Ruby got places. The Honor Society elected Ernie president, with 'Cella, Issy, and Eleanore the other oiiicers. Some of the teachers were thrilled that day because of their first public appearance in a play at the Congregational Church. Tuesday, the Sophomores beat the Juniors 6-0, and the Dramatic Club decided on a name "Mask and Wig." Isnit that Htting? On the 29th, the football boys were entertained by the Rotary Club. Spenny was late-"Too much dinnerll was the excuse. Art and Gordon Wallace wore real football faces, scars and all. Gee, I bet they were proud of them! Extended football practice the next night. Poor Eugene Strandt was too tired to go home. The Senior- Freshmen game quite ruined Norman's beauty the next day, but he arrived at the debate tryout in time to pull down the captaincy of the negative team. The other fortunates were A. McCaul, E. Bell, A. Dewey, M. O'Leary, and J. Drowatzky. The Sparta mass meeting, on the thirty-first, was a howling success. Art, Spenny, Gordon C., and Eddie did the howling. No bonfire and no wieners that night though. Reason?- Hallowe'en. To-morrow we meet Sparta. If you never hear from 'me again, youlll know that we lost and I died of chagrin. Yours, AL. December 1, 1924. DEAR KATE, We beat Sparta! We beat!! We beat Sparta! On the third, Miss Reiser, Miss Johnson, Miss Thompson, Miss Thomas, Miss Alice johnson, Mrs. Hart, J. C., and Mr. Ganfield gave a party for the football fellows at Mrs. Hart's. Me fears they broke training rules, a little! Doc Bell has a grudge against Miss Reiser, He threw a waste paper basket at her in English III. William Fosbinder made a sudden exit from Room 14 that day, too. On the 4th, we had a fire drill but no one recognized the signal, and on the same day the football suits were put in cold storage until another year. The Sophomore Owl was published on November 5, so that accounts for Miss Thomas' beaming face. But more important than that, the teachers went to the convention. Oh! How we did hate to see them go! But alas- On November 10, we all came back again, the teachers, inspired with ine ideas and swell marcelles, and things began to hum again. Mr. McKean talked to the Freshmen about the high school creed, and he presented each member of the class with a copy. Doris Gebhardt gave an Armistice speech on November 11, at 11 ofclock. I love to hear her talk. Wonder if she or Margaret will be vale- dictorian. Tuesday, there was a great deal of confusion in Room 15. Debate work started, and if one can judge the team by the noise they made, - well- Unuif said." The Domestic Science girls gave a banquet for the football team, November 13, and the team elected Lala Eirschele captain of the '25 team. They couldn't have found a better one either. The next day, Jigger Graham suddenly With- drew from school. Now jigger! Friday, the Carnival posters were put up and the excitement was marvelous to behold. If one isn't in the main show, he'll be in a side show, and if he doesn't play in the orchestra, he'll bark for some booth, and if he doesn't do anything, he'll sit and gloat over how wonderful it all is going to be- so the conversation ran. November 16, Jigger came back. Mr. McKean gave a short talk about the yards etc. In other words, walk the straight and narrow path. The old gag, about carnival work doesn't seem to rate this year. Bigger and better quizzes p -97- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 1 every day. Ernie Wegner conducted the Carnival Mass meeting, November 19, and if the carnival itself could be any better than the mass meeting, I thought, it would have to go some! But it did! November so will long be remembered by the Hamot Staff of '25 who put on the "best one yet." The coronation was beautiful and 'Cella made a lovely queen. On November 23, basketball practice started and Miss Luce, beg pardon, Mrs. McCourt visited school. Everyone was asking !'Have you seen her?" Isn't it nice to be popular? Helen Drow heads the Owl staff for this year. Well! Well! One more period of suspense was over when that announcement came. Did you, make the staff?" was the big question for several days. On the 25th, the seniors gave the first all school program. It was a Thanksgiving program and was very good. We enjoyed the Light and Power quartette most, however, wish we could hear more of them. Of course, we were thankful for a lot of things, but oh, almost most of all, for vacation! Yours, AL. January 1, 1925. DEAR KATE: Bri! Q If King john doesn't get that old furnace going pretty soon, such cold you never felt! But Miss Morganestarted the hot lunches Dec. 1, so that helped lots. I saw several cripples around school that morning, too. Cause? It was the Minstrel Mimics which ended in a near catastrophe, for one of the young aspirants of terpsichorean art. Perhaps it was too much turkey, for the stage wouldn't hold her. C. made his debut behind the footlights that night too. December 2, we learned all about the C.I.P.A. Convention from Cella, Issy, Helen, and Katherine who were our delegates. It was also Miss Reiser's birthday so she was all dressed up. The work on the tower progressed very nicely. The teachers on the west side decided to broadcast the sound. Any- thing to get it away from here. Mr. McKean gently reminded us that the school was still running by the school clock. Ahem! That means for us to be on time, I guess. The Sophomores are getting very musical. December 3 was filled with Christmas music when they practiced for their party. December 4 - oh wonder of wonders f no one was late! The Vergil class entertained the Caesar and the beginning Latin classes at a real Roman banquet, a Bacchanalian Revel. Everyone ate with sticks and otherwise enjoyed himself. Friday was filled with cries of woe from all those who had neglected to get their lighting contest themes in. . . Ernie Wegner went to Winona to see about the Hamot, Dec. 9. We missed his nonchalant stroll down the main room at 11:46. Reverend Willett spoke to the school about the T. B. seal sale. The next day, the rooms began to take on a ,festive appearance as the Christmas decoration began to go up. Mr. Brennanlspoke to the economics class Dec. 10, and on the eleventh, Mr. McKean told us about the stay-out-of-school disease. Have you ever had it? Three lectures in one week, but good ones, every one. About this time there was a great deal of wondering going on as tovwhether the lovely yellow tie with the red spots was Cella's, who let Normie Wear it, or Normie's, who let Cella wear it. Me fears the terrible secret will never be known. In spite of the slush, the debate sleigh ride was held Dec. 12, and everyone enjoyed a wonderful time. Even Doc. Say, by the way, what happened that night? Oh dear, and I always thought he was such a nice boy! The Sophomores entertained the school at a Christmas party, Dec. 13, and believe me, they're the best little entertainers in the world. Dec. 15, Doc Bell's arm created a mild sensation, very mild indeed. "Two Crooks and a Lady" was given by the Dramatic Club that night, too. Of course, Miss Thomas was the only lady in the club, but who were the two crooks? Miss Reiser and the junior girls were working on costumes for their play all -Qs- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 week. The boys helped too, for gee, they had to be done! Miss Drowatsky called an Owl staff meeting, Dec. 16, and plans for a real Owl were made. Dec. 17, the Camp Douglas mass meeting was held, and Mr. Naylor, presented the boys with sweaters and Tis. Oh, those lucky fellows! But they deserved them if anyone ever did. The boys gave C. a bag in appreciation of all he had done for them, and I know now that girls aren't the only ones who cry! The next day was full of excitement over the game. The juniors put on the Christ- mas program Dec. 19, presenting, 'fMy Ladyis Yule Tide." The winners of the lighting contest were announced. Congratulations to Grace Glander, K. Lamberton, Louis Motzer, Evelyn Cassels, Conrad Walters, Laura Drescher, Lillian Weiss, and George Wells. Then! Two weeks of vacation. Happy New Year, 1 AL. V February 1, 1925. DEAR KATE, january 6, 1925: I hereby heartily swear, etc. Bang! Gone are our resolu- tions! That's really the way it was with me anyway. The first week was mostly making and breaking but in a few days things settled down again. It was fun to see all the new things Santa had brought. Danny Sullivan looked more' Irish than ever. Quite St. Pat himself. On the sixth Al McCaul stole Annie Laura Gould's stuff and fainted. Caused quite a sensation in the main room and gave Miss Reiser a nice vacation. On the seventh, the junior boys learned about girls from Holmes in English III. No fair! No fair! Miss Thomas tripped the light fantastic about the main room the next day, but J. C. didn't catch her, he had his hands in his pockets, On the ninth, the Camp Douglas mass meeting was held, and Carl Birkenmeyer and Rueben Meyers held a water drinking contest- I mean- a debate. Miss Thompson judged. On the tenth we beat Camp Douglas. The team sure has made a dandy start. The Radio Club met that night, and Carl Cahill certainly made them sit up and take notice. He was broadcasting Webster all right. Poor Tex Buelow. He surely has all the hard luck. Not content with blackening his eye on the ice, but he had to use the boys stairs for a shute and slide all the way down them. Play rehearsal for "Fifty-fiftyu started the 12th when the cast can stop laugh- ing long enough to practice, it was good. Miss Morgan made a mistake and chased our new girl, Eleanore Kuckuck, the length of the assembly, thinking she was Miss Thompson. On the thirteenth, more Hamot pictures were taken, so everyone was all dressed up. Loud wails from Mr. Wright's studio. ' "Now janet, let me have that glass a minute. The fourteenth! Zoowy! Exams! Exams! all the little sophomores came to school with shiny cars and necks too, you see, they started Physiology, and they do say Miss Stebens makes them be clean. jigger Graham, the graduating class, was entertained in Room 12 before he left school for good. These parties are getting too numerous! on the fifteenth, Shanks ushered in the new semester with his usual race across the main room at eight forty-four. Peg looked mighty pleased about something too. Oh yes! The nobility is again represented in school by Count. We lost to Reedsburg by one point the next day. Blackie wasnlt in the game, and we missed him. Every one called happy birthday to Miss jones, Miss Fitch, Miss Flaherty, and Mr. Ganfield. No one seemed to know when their birthdays were, but 'tis rumored they are near. Loud wails from' the debate squad when the Mauston debate was postponed. Still louder wails from the seniors the next day, when the Hamot work was called in. That's a way, Ernie. Make 'em work! On the nineteenth! Oh you Tappa Keg sleigh ride! Beaucoup trips to the oiiice. On the twenty-first, there was much grease paint in evidence. Rea- son "Fifty five" dress rehearsal. They must have had some bum subjects for the flash light, got bashful and refused to flash! On the twenty second, the real play came off, and Spenny and Eleanor made quite a hit. Can you imagine -QQ- 1925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 Eleanor tough! Well she was. Oh yes, Choppy Sowles held down 12-7 until five bells. I wonder why? On the twenty-third, the tower sent down gentle April showers over the landscape, and the English IV class had an unexpected bath. Reedsburg beat us at basketball that night, too. That was too much for one day. - On the 26, Marian A. and Doc. Bell appeared at school with shoes ten sizes too big. What's the matter, Doc? Do your feet get swollen walking way down near Katie's Grove. Doris Gebhardtls group gave the "Social Outcast" before the Dramatic Club that night and Ruby Noth rivaled Gert. Liddane's brogue. The 27, the debaters proved that they could outdo any of the former debate teams when it came to temper. The meeting that night ended in a free for all. On the 27, Mr. Ives of Oshkosh spoke to us about safety. We needed it. On the 28, also, Mr. Cummings spoke before the Rotary Club, and Mr. Ganfield had charge of the main room. A great silence and order prevailed. The alumni arrived the 28th, to debate the negative. The "Invincibles" went down to defeat before the "Old Boys." The entire squad CThis whole letter is debate, isn't it?j were coached by Dr. Ganfield, january 29, and, oh! pitious sight, C. left practice the night before a game, cheerful. What is this world coming to? But darn it! I wish he'd stay sober - I mean sober faced. Portage white- washed us, but just the same, Miss Thomas seemed to have a pretty good time. Yours, AL. March 1, 1925. DEAREST KATE, I'm going to ask .Onon Vaudell to write some "February Blues," featuring exams, Sparta games, basketball, and debate. The old grads still seem to like us, for they visit school all the time. Of course, they don't admit that it is as nice as when they were here, but it is better. On the second and third, Dr. Sherwood talked to the boys. The girls weren't invited, and to add to their sorrow, there wasn't any gym. Wasn't that sad? The freshmen and sophomore girls enjoyed a. nice Victor concert instead of music. We had the first mass meeting for the debaters, on the fourth, and on the fifth, we met Mauston and were defeated. We don't like women judges! In the evening, the Collegians met the company team, and received the whole hearted support of the school. CPPPPD On the "Terrible Sixth" we lost to Sparta! Let us forget! The members of the Honor Society were received at an open meeting that was very impressive that afternoon, and the next day were given a banquet in the Domestic Science rooms. One more reason for trying to make Honor Society. On the tenth there were some pretty sleepy looking teachers. Reason, Carroll-Ripon debate. Ted Bramble made quite a hit. The Owl came out on the eleventh, and loud wails were heard from the seniors, sophomores, and freshmen when it became known that the juniors were ahead in the cup contest 72M to 67. Ye! juniors! On Lincoln's birthday, Rev. Willett addressed the school, and in the evening, the teachers had a party in the Domestic Science room. The next day, a riot of hearts and arrows fiew about the school in anticipation of St. Valentine's Day. Miss Thompson was quite the popular lady. The third extemporaneous speaking contest was held the sixteenth. Carl Lenz, Iris Cattle, and Anna Olsen received places. The seventeenth, loud wails - "But I love you" issued from Room 14. Pay no attention to that! Mask and Wig try outs is all. The next day, many and many checks were carried about by Commerce students. Mrs. Krueger certainly knows how to work them. Thursday, all the juniors were tearing around demanding news of what happened in 1865. Oh yes, last day to get their Lincoln newspapers in. On the eighteenth, poor Harold Rasmussen had a terrible time. He almost lost his life when a lamp shade fell on him, and then he fell all the way down stairs. Miss Thomasand the sophomores had a patriotic program before the main - 100.- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 room the 20th, and in the evening the triangular debate was held. Boo! Hoo! We lost! But gee, we like Mr. Price. Fanny Stiles visited school in the after- noon and caused quite a sensation among the masculine half of the main room. On the twenty-third, Miss Schwegler came back to school. We were glad to see her. The rest of the week was filled with talk about the Sparta game. Oh! Please Tomah, go! The 24th, some of the bad senior boys' disturbed Room 15 during Music hour, with some snuff. Kee-choo! On Friday, the last of our troubles was over- we went down to defeat before Sparta, and for the third time, too. The freshmen helped us to drown our sorrows after the game, by giving a dandy mixer- Thank you, freshmen! Well, letls hope for better luck next month. Yours, AL. April 1, 1925. DEAREST KATE, ' Did you ever go to a three ring circus where you wanted to watch all three rings at once? Well, thatis what school is, and the trouble is that all three rings are so exciting, that it makes your head swim to keep up with them. Contests! Contests! Contests! All month, that's all we did. The clown scene from Twelfth Night was given at Dramatic Club March 2, and was such a success that the meeting almost ended in a riot. Tuesday, there was a great deal of trembling and shaking among the debaters as plans for more debates progressed. The Hamline Girls' Glee Club gave a sample of its singing the next day, and judging from the applause, it was a knock out. Mr. Cowee spoke to the seniors on the fourth, too. We donlt know what it was all about, but we think it was good. Isabelle Martin conducted a Hamot mass meeting the next day. Zoo-wee! Such a mass meeting! The musical organizations took the cake, and the teachers found out who their doubles were! They didn't raise a kick, either! Wonderless! The next day, Miss Drowatzky, Miss Reiser, Miss Thomas, Mr. Ganfield, and Mr. Cummings looked pretty sleepy. Well, they went to "Blossom Time." I guess they are not as used to two o'clock hours as we are! The Viroqua Huskies beat us 13 to 9 at Viroqua that night, but pay no attention to that! The boys certainly have played the game this year. On the ninth, the fourth extemporaneous speaking contest was held. Carl Cahill, Cella O'Leary, and Alice McCaul won. Those freshmen! are surely making the upper classmen step. The interclass basketball tournament started that day with the freshmen-sophomore game, and the school learned that Kenny isnlt the only Olsen that can play basketball! On Tuesday, the dressed up basketball team gave mute warning of the approaching basketball banquet. Gordon Wallace was elected captain for next year. Three cheers! Loud wails from the main room told that the recitation elimination contest was being held. Who were the eight lucky ones? The juniors were rated zero in Hamot subscription contest next day! Oh how those seniors crowed! Many blushes and squirms when Mr. Ganfield announced the declam winners. Congratulations to Bartley, Gen. Doc. Meyers, Normie, Carl, Fat, Lenz, and Al. The next day - Oh, why do they leave the chemistry room door open? Such lovely smells! On the thirteenth, we got out of school twice, for which we mourned greatly. Once to hear a health talk CBe vaccinated!D and once for the typing contest. Boy, those lingers flew! Look to your laurels now, Sparta. By the way, Sparta has decided to compete at last. On the 16th the little yellow sheets tha.t held the spelling words were seen quite frequently as the hour for the spelling quiz drew near. The seniors had to take it, too. Good enough for them! Doc Bell was elected Prom chairman by the juniors, March 17, and Room 12, began taking on a festive appearance as the hollyhocks grew higher and higher. Many green ribbons were evidence that day, too. The rapid calculation contest was given in the main room, and I -101- l925 THE HAMOT 1925 the upper classmen allowed the freshmen and sophomores to walk all over them. Laura Drescher received first place. Wednesday! Now you see them! Now you don't! Say what became of those sloppy socks, anyway? Miss Stebens was entertained by the Domestic Science class that evening. Gee, I wish I were a popular faculty member! On the 23 of March, Mask and Wig held its first open meeting, presenting "Ashes of Roses,'l and "Two Crooks and a Lady." Sure! We all went! It was free! The senior class meeting was held that night and about seventy seniors, learned to their surprise that they weren't valedictorians. Congratulations to Doris and Margaret! Track work started that Tuesday with j. C. cracking the whip, per usual. On the 25, the freshmen girls opened the bacon fry season. Doctor Ganfield spoke to the school, March 26, and left us inspired to do better things, Thank you, Doctor Ganfield! Mrs. Krueger came back to school the 27th, and her long lessons were f'enjoyed" once more. The Hamot subscription contest went over the top with flying colors, and for one week the thermometer in the lower hall, was the most interesting spot in the building. The seniors got first place, the juniors, second, the sophomores, third, and the freshmen, fourth. Yours, AL. May 1, 1925. DEAREST KATE, Spring is here! The campus is green and lovely again, and every noon it is covered with groups of pupils, crazy and glad to be out in the open again. And with spring, comes thoughts of graduation, and already, the Seniors are begin- ning to look a little teary at the thought of leaving school. All the famous old jokes were dusted off again on April Foolls day. Even Mr. McKean left his desk to have Cella take his picture without a film. On the second, the oratorical contest was held, and the juniors and Seniors tied again. The Clark family keeps up Champ's reputation as a speaker. Mr. Ganfield was all smiles on the third 'cause his Ma came to see him. The Fresh- men enjoyed his good nature. On the sixth, Miss Thomas taught the Dramatic Club the art of make-up. I think a lesson in that stuff wouldn't hurt the whole school! Alice Evans of New Lisbon caused quite a little excitement before school the 7th. Nice girl, isn't she, Fat? The old graduates visited school again the Sth, and some sleepy looking girls were seen. But they had to go down and meet their brothers QD didn't they? Tuffer Madden's car created quite a bit of excitement among the younger girls. Everyone seemed, oh! so sad to leave school for one week of vacation! On the fifteenth we all came back with bright and shining faces, and started out in the last lap of the school year. QMr. Mc Kean gently reminded us that some had started to slide to the base already.D The first reading contest elimination was held April 16, and we all enjoyed the study period, especially those on the first floor. The speech contest was given the next night. Hoorah! We got out of sixth period. The commerce people won the district contest the 18th - good for them! On the 20th, the musical organizations put on a program. We think they're world champions. Cella and Alice won the extemporaneous contests the next night, and Bartley, Doc. Conny, and Al won in Declam and Oratory on the 22nd, All our dear mas and pas visited school to see the exhibit. Result- The teachers were all dressed up. 0n the 23rd of April, the long awaited inter-class track meet took place. Gordy Wallace smashed all previous records, and the juniors won 52 to the Seniors 18. The Sophomores got 7 points and the Freshmen 4. The next day, poor Miss Flaherty was trailing around looking for cars to take the contestants to La Crosse. I've got a kiddy car, Miss Flaherty. I'll let you take it. Many marcelles were in evidence in anticipation of the contest at night. -102- l925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 On the 27, Miss Reiser started Prom work again, and the teachers displayed their new spring clothes. Mr. Ganfield chaperoned a debate trip to New Lisbon, Camp Douglas, and Elroy on the 28. Everyone was still crowing about the honors the musical organizations won at La Crosse. The days are filled with contests and plans for contests, and rehearsals for contests, but we win 'em all- Here's hoping for success to-morrow at Sparta. n Yours, AL. june 1, 1925. DEAR KATE, Well it's all over now. The Seniors have said their goodbyes to the school, and the last grade is on the cards, but May was such a lovely month that the pupils will have wonderful memories of their last weeks of school. The track meet, extemporaneous speaking contest, and the debate and ora- tory contests were held at Sparta, May 2 and half the town was there to cheer Tomah on to victory. On the fifteenth, the juniors gave their Prom. It was simply beautiful and a Htting tribute to their friends in the Senior class. Miss Reiser, Doc, Jean and every Junior are to be congratulated. On the 24th, the Reverend Willett delivered the Baccalaureate address at the High School. The class play, A Pair of Sixes was given May 25, and 26, with Maxine and Kinker heading a wonderful cast. The seniors joined the alumni May 27, and on May 28, came Commencement and Class Day. Exit seniors. The 29 was the last day of school and then it was all over, but even tho' we did weep a little, we smiled a great deal more at the thought, of the wonderful year that had passed, the silly things we had done, the big things we had accomplished, and thus - that's all. Yours, Q ' AL. -103- 1925 THE HAMOT 192 -104- l925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 Humor GOING BACK TO CHILDHOOD I Of all the many funny things Some more good jokes-some more to We've ever heard of yet boot There are some things that living Miss Schwegler got the mumps brings Of course Miss Johnson followed suit, Still funnier I'll bet, And both wore throaty bumps. Mrs. Krueger got the chicken pox, And what to make of it I say Can you beat that I ask? I vow I never could, Of. all the childish pranks to play Unless the grownups of today She should be brought to task. Are going back to childhood. SMILES FROM MUSIC PUBLISHERS ONE WAS TOO MANY WHEN WE WERE A BOY "Send operettas for a high school with fourteen principals."-Mo. COMING BY SPECIAL TRAIN Please send by return your best symphony orchestra or at least the outfits with drums costing 35.50 I want it not to exceed 312.00 for all of them and please send the very best for the money. Send every instrument different. Please send C.O.D. and if you have the score written for each instrument please send it too." - N. C. ' THEY'RE NOT MADE TO ORDER "Please order for' me a Romance for two cornetsf,-Indiana. HELP! HELP! , "I hope you can help me. I have children of all ages."-North Carolina. WHAT KIND OF LIFE "HAVE YOU LED? "Will you send me a cottage in God's Garden?"-Iowa. VERY MUCH MIXED "Send selections for mixed quartette -- preferably three part - two for girls and one part for boys." - Iowa. AND THEN THE SHOVEL BROKE ' "I would like a book of two, three or four part songs Cthey sing any wayj that contains famous opera airs and other catchy tunesf' - Ill. The Lake County Choral Contest Clndianaj has chosen 'fWould God I were a Tender Apple Blossom" for one of their competitive numbers. 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'ZL7Ja1rre1e's Tami? 19Z5 THE 1-IAMOT 1925 ' Arrests Made By Students Council Name Mr. Stockton .... Gordon Chapman. . . Mr. McKean .... Ina Hinds ....... Mr. Cummings ...... Eunice Reynolds. Wm. Fosbinder. . Ada Gordon ..... Gen. Clark ...... Miss Drowatzky. Freda Rudoll .... Ruth Clark ...... Lillian Abbott. . . Miss Thompson. . Beatrice Comisky Doris Gebhardt. . Lester Betthauser Lawrence Clark. . Arthur Dewey. . . Helen Drow ..... Miss Sehuelke .... Miss Jones ...... Maxine Hagen. . . Conrad Walters. . Robert Kupper. . Alice McCaul .... Max Krueger .... Agnes Brown .... Donald Lueck. . . Norma Gerke .... Howard Oakes. . . Ida Erb ..,...... Gilbert Olson .... Grace Glander. . . Edwin Krase .... Mrs. Krueger .... Offense Fine Talking with Miss S. ..............,... Stay with wifie. Take the elevator. Walking to class with occupant of 6-1. . . Hands in pockets ........ Bring out the dough Trial Pending. Violating speed law in Main Room ..... His model language ....,. Overworking ..,.... Noise ........... Too much "crust" ,...... Juggling hard boiled eggs. Using too much slang .... Chewing gum ......... Flirting .........,.... Speeding on typewriter. . . Witty. ..,.......... . . Style .......... Boisterousness ..... Breaking left arm. . . Too loud a sweater ...... Trying to outwit Miss Th Flesh .................. Chewing gum .... Timid voice ...... Breaking Arms ..... Visiting teachers ........ ompson ...... . Playing jokes on teachers .... Oversleeping ............ Treating the crowd. . Q . Walking streets .... Volume ......... Rolling her eyes .... Being saintly .... Grinning ............... Attempting to enter Agriculture class of girls .....,.... Winning diamonds ....... Speed in classes .,....... Swear a lot. Dream a while. Use the soft pedal. Take nervine Buy the eggs. Be more reserved. Try candy. Wear blinds. . . . . .Use an Oliver. Outwit Stephen Leacock. Wear M. O'L'sfclothes. See Miss Drowatzky. Break the right one. Put on a muiiler. Give it up. Diet. Let the children do it. Use a megaphone. Follow "Hands offu policy. Run a mile at 4:00 P.M. See Mr. Canfield. A Send him home earlier. Pass it to the teachers. Go home without Grace. Give some to Normie. Look straight ahead. Cut up. Copy Vida Gottbehuet. Be awake on the job. . . . . .Let Miss McAdams wear it Take Otto Stoltzis pace. Run a Commercial School. Monopolizing her pupils' time .......... -108- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 T. P. DONOVAN WM. B. GLEISS INSURANCE NOTARY Donovan Sc Glelss Herbert A. Rose LAVVYERS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Farmers and Merchants Bank Bldg. PHONE 177 cw TOMAH WISCONSIN TOMAH VVISCONSIN Naylor 81 McCaul LAWYERS TOMAH, WISCONSIN R. A. Garman M. D. C. TOMAH VETERINARY HOSPITAL Oiice at Stone Barn PHONE 159 Dr. L. G. Scheurich PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Tomah, Wisconsln 1925 THE 1-IAMOT 1925 STYLE HEADQUARTERS li? will XY,--,J-N X flax X 17 l , 1 X .fl ll rr' gi L Comforts, spiced with racy style -- it's BO roN1AN Shoes for Men YOU will have no kick coming or going in this racy Bostonian f'kick" with style as lively as its rich leather. Built to "kick around" in. Not only new, but Hthe news" in broad toecl brogues for full cut trousers. You have no Hkickl' about price, either 4.14 .zfiilliili 5523? ,Wy ffigififi, "-121 fff ,I f ' 'Gia' 'If 'i CHAS. W. EAD TOMAH, Wis. -110- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 7 126 7J0l7ZdfZ mmm! PRINTING THAT PLEASES ADVERTISING THAT PAYS A School Printing a Specialty PHONE 31 THE CLASSES The Frosh is here To improve his dome But school is hard He'd rather be at home. The Soph is here He can't get ,out He's started now He'll finish his bout. The Junior still is free To enjoy lifeys carefree way He spends his time and money In playing tricks so funny. The Senior is preparing to leave And wills all his treasures So that class Whois now at play That they may have less pleasure. REISENAUER and BEN JAMIN Barbers O All the Latest Collegiate Cuts 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 S Meats and roceries If you Want to delight your soul and flll your heart with joy, just see this store and its Wonder- ful display of enticing foods. GIESLER BROS. Phone 172 We Deliver Try the Drug Store First Mfg! 9Qzalz'1:y Store PAGENKOPF' Pharmacy H. A.iPAoENKoPr PH. K' Q S Service first, satisfaction always EXIDE Batteries and GOOD- YEAR Tires Let us t k are of all yo Battery requirements EXIDE Battery Sales and Service Station F. J. KENNEDY, Prop. PHONE J 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 DR. A. E. WINTER DR. T. J. SHEEIIY DR. A. R. BELL TOMAH CLI IC FULLY EQUIPPED LABORATORIES IN CONNECTION Open 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 .P M. MOORE BUILDING SECOND FLOOR 1925 'VHEHAMOT 1925 -114- EASY WASHERS FLORENCE OIL STOVES MEYCO FURNACES SIMPLEX BARN EQUIPMENTS 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Store of Gefzerzzl M erchmzdzke High Grade HEATING and PLUMBING CENTRAL HARDWARE CO. The Keen Kuffer Store I MONARCH RANGES MOORES PURE LINSEED OIL PAINTS CHI-NAMEL SANI-FLAT WALL FINISH SCHULTZ BROS. RED FRONT VARIETY A Complete Line of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Priced less than Elsewhere CO. 1008 Superior Ave. TOMAH, WISCONSIN 1925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 THE NINE RAHS!!! JEAN WARREN GENEVIEVE CLARK AILICE MCCAUL MARION ANDERSON ADA GORDON RUBY NOTH RUTH COMPTON CONSTANCE KYLE NELLIE MAE SULLIVAN Pledged in Loyalty to the White and Gold in Victory or Defeat Gall by Number Call by Number Call by Number Call by Number It will speed up the service TGMAH Electric Telephone Company TOMAH, WISCONSIN THE TOWER I. They climbed to the belfry of the brand new tower, And painted there with all their power, 1925 in huge, white letters And the tower looked a whole lot better. II. Next day the town buzzed with the news, . Dick Preston came to collect the dues, Two Seniors, though innocent were they, Took the letters and numbers away. 1925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 powzfjf f I if I N7 The word you hear at all soft drink parlors g 5 MADE BY Rex Gonderzick Soda Factory WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC? T IS a scientihc method of adjusting the cause of 'tdis-easel' - without drugs or instruments, based on a correct knowledge of anatomy, and especially the nervous system. The Chi- ropractic idea is that the cuse of "dis-ease" is in the person afflicted, and the adjustment in correcting the wrong that is producing it. The function of every organ in the body is con- trolled by mental impulses from the brain, which it transmits through the nerves. Any impingement of these nerves inter- fering with the transmission of mental impulses results in an abnormal function called "dis-ease." This interference is pro- duced by subluxated vertebrae pressing upon nerves as they pass out from the spinal cord. The trained Adjuster is able to locate the point of obstruction or interference, and by means of adjusting the subluxated vertebrae corrects the cause, and normal condition, or health, is the result. E. TAYLOR, Chiropractor NEUROCALOMETER AND X-RAY SERVICE TOMAH, WISCONSIN PHONE 55-2 rings 1925 TI-IE HAIVIOT 1925 THE SIGN of COMPETENCY That certificate you see in the Optometrist's office is a Sign of COMPETENCY. The state has given it as evidence that the owner has passed a rigid examination showing his ability to care for your most precious possession - eyesight. The owner of that certificate is known as a Hregistered Op- tometristfl I am a Registered Optometrist. L. A. BAUMGARTEN 1109 Superior Ave. TOMAH, Wrs. Geo. 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M gf AUMOSTCOMPLETE srocx OF DEPENDABLE' VV 1 ' ' AMERCHANDISE AT THE MOST ,V ' REASQNABLE PRICES , jg ! U- :Q . ' , , 5 V f Vfia5s i'iA'k' . zliai-1 ' nf "T-lj, ' , ' .- A"' X E-?E5'f ' . ,, ' 'jg ,A H31-, We Are Bound to Please at Any Cos! Lf ,, w.,V'.,Q, f 5513! . ' - , , , ' I ' - .5 'iffgff . . , - , ,. V A, gig 'ff "" " - tx 'K W ' if ' , 5 41:35. fl. A' . , A T .:",El'E , nr: 1' "Q, ', L- ' -Qf' 221 V ' ' - V- ' . 'Q 5fl15FW V! TOMAH, WISCONSIN . X Q pggf-.ru-. f - V . V V A , V, ' , A' :Q,Slf'ii-y 1 ' , ff v: 'z-gf ' iii. 1-4, X . 5fs',..2m xillr ' . fggggkv '- V35-53' . wjeiazz' - ij',Qa',f1-f 1153 f , - j A- , . X ,gi?'.Qf.1'? '-.QV-V .' iffy" . I K ali? A '- L -V - L' F5 ' '1...il , .X D " ye r ' '-7 if' . , 1' " ...... EZLLIVK iff: ' ' 2. , F 1 . 1 X' 27' - Y' V V -' 5 --35, f .'i.T.."i 'a fy,'Q.? 5 ,X . f":'f.f1-'V".'. , . "' 'Q '-:. ,,V, I ,N . p I I , -1 f ff " ' , V . V ' V ' QJN41' F3 gm., A! Wi- AV. , . ., ,,- , y 4 O . , A 4. , O ,, V - - A QQ, g ff. -"- C 'ff " I-"1 J! f Vx ' -, , ft?-SEE'-7 'V' I ffl 'fl"'-A525'?'f'Si:f5'?25f?53- V hmm. ' A " Hzzzififiz 'if ?ix' I . , . -....,... ....... .... --- .W ..., ...., . ..-.....-,.-., l925 THE HAMOT 1925 Students! Be Successful GNKQIIIIQI?-' Success depends solely on you! You can easily find out whether you are destined to be a Success or Failure in life. Here is the Test- "are you able to save money?" If not, you will lose, for the seed of success is not in you. The New York Life Insurance Company invites you to accept its coop- eration in helping you to make certain the attainment of Success at which you aim. Today is yours- Tomorrow is not. Successful men do not put off until tomorrow what they can do T O DAY Your skin will stay soft and C S youthful if you use CARA NOME toilet requisites. F1-OUR AND FEED STORE EF W TOMAH, W1sc0Ns1N William' E. Bosshard DRUGGIST Blue Ribbon Products ,Q As good airzhlilgifdclvinl they TOM WISCONHN Tomah Roller Mills The REXALL store TOMAH, WIS- -120- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 jlTz'ffz'0as 0 affars - OCQSZL - BUHJKGU' Every year millions of dollars are lost in fake oil and other stock promotions. We strive at all times to be of service to our de- positors and the community in general. In this connection we are always pleased to share in friendly confidence, any information that may be of interest to you financially. Success may be easily effected by exercising care in the selection of your investments, and we shall be pleased to make suitable suggestions Whenever desired. Go to your banker as you go to your Doctor or Lawyer - before things happen. Ask his advice about money matters with which you are unfamiliar. If you Wait until after you invest it may be too late. Our advice and experience costs you nothing. GUEEQGU' BA K UF TOMAH Make Our Bank Tour Bank Name L. O. Anderson. . V. Armstrong. D. Bailey ..... E. Becker .... M. Beltz ..... Abbott .... General Description Meek ..... Sentimental .... Specs. . Head first ..... Ladylike ..... . Pleasing .....,. L. Betthauser.Sheik bob ..... D. Benjamin. .Lanky. .. . .. M. Blaskey. . .Straight Hair. . L. Blackwood. Serious ........ H. Burroughs.The baby ....., Vamp I. Cattle ...... Solemn ........ G. Chapman. .Handsome .... . L. Clark ...... Leading in ..... Style I. Clay ....... Polite ......... B. Comiskey. .Good Looking.. F. Crocker .... Calm ...,..... M. Damerow..iVIEgisLy Lak. . . P. Day ....... Grinning ...... A. Dewey .... Bow tie ...,... H. Drow ..... Thin ..... . . . C. Fiedler .... Curly locks ,... D. Gebhardt. .Modest ...... . E, Gerke ..... Nervous.: ..... A. Gillette .... Dignified ...... N. Graf ...... Tall .......... M. Hagen .... Just right ..... O. Heser ..... Bashful ....... E. Hoffman. . .Brown eyes. . .. C. Honel ..... Friendly ....... J. Hopkins .... Has none ...... E. Johnson. . .Pretty teeth. . . H. Johnson. .. M. Kampman. N. Kellogg .... N. Kern ...... Wears glasses. . Good natured.. Cheery ....,,.. Sensitive ...... 'iozs THE HAMOT 1925 Senior Directory Favorite Pastime Typing...: Library... ... Checking Out.. . Drilling. . . Typing .... . . . Working in. . Room 17 Driving the Ford. Dancing ......., Chumming with. Eleanor. Shooting Baskets. Giggling ........ Collecting Cards. . Playing Rook. . . Pool clerk ...... Waiting for Fri.. Dating ......,.. Adjusting her. . . glasses Studying ....... Winking ........ Visiting Teachers. Editing Owl .... Running the. . Ford Working. . . . . Tee! he! hel. . . . Talking... ... Listening ....... Looking across. . the aisle Studying . .,.. . . Dancing ......,. Driving the... Essex Skipping School. Having fun ..... Keeping quiet... Wiener roasts. . . Working.. .t . .. Watching for. . . his mail Aim 52,000 job ...... Change her name... Sudragette ..... To be at Warrens... Secretary .... . School M'am. . . Get a Cadillac. . Have a good time. . Gov't Job .......... To rest ............ To be like Helen S.. Gain honors ....... Minister ........... , To be somebody .... To be an actor ..... Marry a nobleman.. Not to be noisy .... To be a teacher .... Raise Cranberries.. . To be a man .... Commercial. . .. . teacher To runa sleigh-. ride line To be a success .... Operator ....... Soap box speaker. . . Teach. ........ . To move to ..... . . . Tomah Make the honor .... roll Have curly hair .... Own the 3rd ward. . Live in Sparta ..... To be humerous .... or witty To be a spinster .... To enjoy life ....... Get Miss B's job. .. To know more. . . .. about Manual Training -122- Sin Being Quiet .... Writing Notes.. Talking ....... On the go ..... Lack of words.. Being good .... Grinning ...... Flirting ....... Modesty ...... Doesn't see a. . joke Babyishnish. . . Modesty ...... Has none ...... Cheer leader. . It was me ..... Heart Smasher. Too good ...... Give us time... and we will lind out Front Seat ..... Love ..... . . . Speeding. . Tipping 'em. . . OVCI' Pessimism ..... Dancing ....... Most nervy .... Glasses ........ Breaking ...... Arms Looking at. the girls Outspoken ..... Standing on. . . street Knowing too. . . much Temper ....... Being too good. Talkativeness. . Getting you to. pose for a snapshot Dreaming of. . . Byword Nothing .... Oh, dearl. . . I don't know... Huhl. . . .. .. None... . Kid ..... .... Yes ..... . . . . Come in!. .. None... .... Better be. . . omitted Heavensl. . . Can't have an Well! ......... .ARE you. . . ready? Co' Boss,. . . Co' Boss! Darn it! ....... I forgot ....... Say! .... . . . Sure .......... Can you fea-. .. ture that! Oh! ........ ,Aint .... . Why! ...... For crying. . out loud Absolutely ..... Ja! ........ Ye Godsl. .. Yes'm ......... Gee! ...... .... Holy Cowl. . Shine! ......... Great Goat. All right ...... For crying ..... out loud None ......... I don't know.. . Y. Adection Toward Cady's Grove L. S. Doughnuts H. B. girvcihanges for Answering Ads Honey H. R. Janesville Not certain E. K. G. J. B. C. The Kinder- garten The farm The Taxi Teachers .Little people Cross-word A. Mc., Milk and Mentholatum Barn Dances The stage Danny Radicals L. Monick E. B. Driving W. G. I. C's. room Loafing G. D. Warrens Uh. Iris C. L. Name B. Kolefsky. . . E. Kuehl ..... M. Lawton. . . C. Lenz ...,.. N. Lueck ..... I. Martin ..... E. McMullen.. D. Mead .... " L. Monick .... L. Motzer .... S. Nienast ,... M. O'Leary. .. C. Pingle ..... I. Raabe ...,. M. Reel ...... General Description Pleasing ....... Long hair . Willing ........ Jolly .... . Neat ...,.. Adinirable ...., Not so big ..... Wee timorous. . mousie" Pleasant. .... . . Thm.,.. Solemn .... Flapper ....... Nifty ..... Black Hair .... Irish .... ..... H. Reich ..... Cool .,.. . E. Reinholz. . . Sweet.. . .. E. Reynolds. .Sleepy. . . . L. Roder ..... Fair .... ..... G. Rogge ..,.. Meek .,....... C. Schmidt. . .Short ...... .. . G. Seidel ..... Handsome ..... H. Shie ....... I. Snowberry. . J. Sowle ..... . K. Sowle ..... D. Stees ...... O. Stoltz ..... N. Strandt .... H. Sullivan. . . S. Turner ..... E. Wegner .... E. Wells ...... R. Wildes .... V. Woombill. . A. Zastoupil. . Studious ...... Curly hair ..... Sheik ......... Peaked ........ Big shoes ...... Othce-fiend .... Attractive ..... Te-he-te-he .... Pompous ...... Earnest ....... Six-feet-ten. . . . Slim ...... Tiny.. ....... . Golden hair .... 1925 THE HAMOT 1 92 Senior Directory Favorite Pastime Hard work. . . Talking ......... Playing "500l'. . . Laughing ........ Trying to make. . an IIHDTESSIOI1 Enjoying School. . Radio. , ......... Studying Nature. Making seat- .... work Winning prizes. . . Worrying.. ..... . Conducting ...... Mass meetings Yawning. . . .. Studying. ...... . Studying ..... Doing up her .... hair Working ........ Dreaming ....... Shorthand ....... Physics ......... Typing for Owl... Making a hit .... Grinning ........ Getting to Tun-.. nel and back Making up ...... work Taking the baby.. for a ride Playing his ...... Saxophone Handling out .... pink sheets Hanging around. . BenJamm's Drawing. . Laughing ........ Working on ...... Hamot Music ..... Dancing .... . .... Going to parties.. Making lesson. . , plans Aim Move nearer. . . School To run a farm ..... with--- Do fancy work ..... To have a good .... time To be an Orator .... Editor of Woman's. Home Companion To build a. home. . . To be a great ...... Writer To be a successful. . teacher To be educated. Housewife. . . . . . To pass her pep. along To have a girl ...... Typist ...... .... To get IOO in ..... everything Marry a farmer. Make a fortune. To attract. .. . attention Stenographer. . . To rule one man. . . To be a public. . speaker To be a valet... To be a sailor ...... Teach School. . . To be a second ..... Rudolph To be agreeable. To make the ....... honor roll To be eificient. . To get Snodgrass. . . on the radio Toldefend the ...... Irish Comedian... .... A University ....... education To be a leader. . To teach Manual. . . Training To be a. teacher. Use the ruler ....... Sin Getting ....... Hus tered Dancing ....... Giggling ....... Grammatical.. . Cl'l'0I'S Blutfmg ....... Puckering ..... mouth ' Talking too .... much Hasnlt any .... Too serious. Too quiet. Blushing. . . That laugh .... Studying too. . . much Looking at .... the keys Getting too .... many A's Modesty ...... Being too ...... so ber Being slow ..... Lazy .......... Little voice. Aggressive- .... IICSS Going to ...... Warrens Living upto... his name Hesitancy ..... Chewing gum.. None ......... Being Lazy .... Too much ..... motion Noisy. . . . Irish first ...... Avoirdupois . Popularity ..... Grin. .... Bossing. . . Chewing gum. . Never volun-.. . teering .Byword Oh, Boy! ...... Gee Whiz. . . Oh, my Gol .... By George ..... Ha! Hal Hal.. Listen! ........ Ah! Gee! ..... None... .. My gosh! ...... None ......... I don't know... Seel. . . . . Don't! ..... Gracious. . . Wait nowl. . . Perhaps. . . . . My little .... Pollywog Oh! Dear! . . Listen! ...... That's what. I say Oy, Yoy! .... Ils Comin'. . . None ....... Holy Smoke. Gosh! .... . . Canlt ....... Ye! Gods! .... Good nighitl. . . Gee Willy. . . Dumb Dora. Gosh! ....... Absolutely. . . A-a-a- ....... Too many to. . . mention Yeth ........ Holy Cowl. . Atfection Toward M. C. P Country A. F. Girls G. W. Blue Book Piano C. J. No girls Eats We all know Sparta Glacia Report Cards Farm E. S. What Lemons? Multigraph Housekeeping Helen L. S. Mermaids D. H. The Bank Home R. W. O, H. J. C. and the Meat Market E. S. ' Ladies M. O. A. S. F. R. E. K. L. S. 1925 THE HAIVIOT 192 -124- 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 FRANZ BROTHERS DEALERS IN Overland and Willys Knight Cars. Cattle, Horses, Farm Implements. Pianos, Phonographs, White Sewing Machines. Full Line of International Farm Implements, DeI.aval Separators. OUR lxfIOTTO'HLi716 and Lei Live." 1 Bl+2N'S BETTER BOARDS BUILD BETTER BUILDINGS THE N UZUM YARDS Service Wz'!!z a Smile TOMAH SHENNINGTON 1925 TI-IE Why Experiment Buy Cord Hat! I-IAMOT 1925 Photos Diplomas Framed Framed E. Guernsey Furnifure and Underiaking Q TOMAH, WIS. Cord Hat Shop 1011 Superior Ave. gfiivers Ocllfiffgl J. C. DUNLAP DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, FLOUR FEED AND FRUIT IN SEASON We aim to Satisfy For Quick Delivery PHONE 61 ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS HERMAN'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HERMAN, Prop. TOBACCOS FRUITS Cora Lemon CLooking at a lemon drop in the pathl-"Some one lost a lemon drop. Gladys Skogan-"Perhaps some- one was handing a friend a lemon and dropped it." Miss Stebens-"Robert, Why must you go to Wright's studio?" Robert Kupper-e"0h, I'm adviser of the Hamotf' Miss Drowatzky explaining pro- portion in Geometry called on Dale Vandervort. Dale-"I donlt know. I can't keep awake." Mr. J. C.-"john name the unit of povverf' john S. CWaking up after sleigh- ridel-"The What?" J. C.-Correct. Adelyn S.-'fWhat makes this Wa- ter so hot?', Miss Morgan-"Why, it's just been running." 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 WRIGHT'S cflzmhkjf Torfmzfs mm' Efefazrgemmfs possess that Real Qmlity so necessary to the making of First-Class PO R TRAI T S Pholographer for the Class of 1.925 TOMAH, WISCONSIN 1925 THE HAIVIOT l925 Conklin Fountain Pens and Pencils HOAG BROS. Jewelers "Gifts That Last" Official Jewelers for American Legion Ofhcial Watch Inspectors of C. M. 81 St. Paul Railway Main Floor T. C. M. Company, Building Watch, Clock and jewelry Repairing SANITARY CASH GROCERY Good Things to Eat HOME OF FERNDELL GOODS Phone No. 4 champiin and stmzinsky 128 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Remington Portable QYQJIIIIGJZ' The little typewriter which has all the big machine advan- tages, including the one and only standard keyboard and fits in a case only four inches high. Its ease of operation and beautiful work make writing a pleasure. For home and school every student needs one. Let us show you this Wonderful little machine. An appropriate gift for the graduate. "Everything you need for school get of Gouldf' iGould's Gift Shop THE SCHOOL STORE Oak Hill Cranberry Company Q McFARLAND'S METALLIC BELL AND MAMMOUTH OUR SPECIALTY High Grade Wisconsin Grown Cranberries Q Gebhardt and Gebhardt Growers and Shippers MILLSTON VVISCONSIN C. W. Birkenmeyer INSURANCE I Q5 Life, Accident, Health,'Firc, Tor- nado, Theft, Employers Liability, Fidelity and Surety Bonds, Auto- mobile Insurance, Hail and Rain Insurance Insurance of every kind OFFICE: Main floor 1106 Superior Ave. Q. 5 AA X- A ' ,A ' " f". "7 NAS. A4 V A A w -"Avi A f V- ' - ' 'A ' -- A: - we mg. AV VA ,A V A - '- .V A -A 'n"3.'Zl ,' ' ' ' l ALA . fx V- i ' A ' .1 ' ' s - AV Y V. X 'A " bigknwujy is 2' 1 "fi " ' ' W ' A . " A A. , " " V, . .Al ' - "N"f'Tfnm:,IJ'f,'.-'113' AwVALAA'A:1"1':v,'1v g3P't1'r"1"f7rv'qV A V M , V,-K - ' 'V f f ' - - ' 1272 'V A it 'J A - iv... 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I felt in my pockets and found I had a Wich but no match. I saw a squirrel Hopp from one branch to another. I was getting along Well when I Reel-ed on a Root above the surface of the ground. I Kuehl-ed over and would have fallen had it not been for the Sowle of my shoe catching on a stump. I could feel my Iris going farther back into its sockets, because the Lenz of my glasses were touching my eyes. I had an Opal ring on my finger and this had fallen off and was lost. I made up my mind I would find it at any Price. I could find the Cattle nowhere, I thought it was of no use to Hunt for them any longer when I espied a Guernsey and knew at once it was ours. I am a very Weiss girl and so I knew the Snowberrys and the Roses were in full bloom, also that the pretty Martins singing a sweet Carrol. There were some Brown birds which were singing a queer song but I knew they Were not Wirth while because I did not know the name of them. At last I could see the Smoke from our chimney. I had no time to waste for the school Bell was ringing. This gave me a Krase to be there and so I hurried and rushed the Cattle .through the gates and closed the Shutters. Poor little Mee, I was going to be late to school. My mother had informed me that I was to fix the Brooder which had a Leak and a Rattle. What did I do but Steele out and run for the Hall. Mother was so angry that she took it down town and tried to Sell it or change it for a Lemon, but she did not succeed. , M. W. '27. 1925 THE IIAMOT 1925 P "Mb- -1332- 1925 'I'IIIiHAMO'I' 1925 l'omah's Leading Tailor and Dry Cleaner A J A AA AAAA,AAA,, A A AA AAAAA AA',AAv my 5 1 5 9'wjfg?"'3?T'1,AA.,.,..,1r5.,Amwg-g 251 ,Ae ,AAN-1 f1 A4'5i,f."s'5..?-:VAA-,-.5,-xA,:1 6. .. 1. f-'w '. ' f f ' A , w 1 f, V A A 1 1 1 5A,f-11.:,CA1'l 'ff ' ' ff? T , g.psA'g'1'fA,w. 1 ' 1 . 1 - - -f 1 -A ,1 E ' 4 A . ' 1 , fspM'f':f1ff1, :g'Af'5?jff' 1, .fgy BLA .A ..1 A'A, A A A A 'A . 1 . 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Qismmtlti ' QE. I X a ,,,,.. l 1 113 ' 5 15 i , 'eE7sa:f:2-... 1-fain! if 1' 95152 Q F 1 H. Bxlohnson, M. D. Calls attended at all .hours EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED When lenses are necessary they should be prescribed by an Oculist who not only under- stands the healthy and diseased condition of the eye, but of the whole body. Ofhce at Residence on Kilbourn Ave., East side of Park. L Phone 261 for appointment any day. There're lots of Tomah girls And lots of Tomah boysg And when they're all together They make a lot of Tomah noise. There're lots of Tomah teachers Who make the Tomah rules And they all Work together In the Tomah Public Schools. Little bursts of laughter, Little words of fun, Send us to the office E're the day is done. Gordon Cfeeling of B. C's muskrat coatj-"Will this fur stand the rain? B. C.-"Did you ever see a musk- rat with an umbrella? 37 17 Census Taker Cin Mr. McKean's ollicel-'Tm taking the censusf, Otto S.-"If you take anything around here, you'll be arrestedfl For ICE CREAM SODAS, FRUITS CIGARS, BOX CANDIES Or anything in the confectionery line A. W. McMullen Watkins Remedies Q J. Turner PHONE - 303 N 1925 THE HAMOT mzs EEPING physically fit is a wonderful help to one doing mental work. We believe in developing the physical as well as the mental, moral and social qualities of our students. Our Courses are arranged to develop the mental qualities and fit young people to better their present condition and be assured of a splendid income in the future. We have helped thousands to become independent. Let us help you too. Write today for information. VV ausau Business Institute The Srlmal Tlmfs DlZflfil'V6ll'f VVAUSAU, VVISCONSIN Excerpts from the Letters of Our , French Correspondents: '4Yesterday my english Professor give at I your address." Fo JOHN BRNZ-'AI have the same trade that you. This is had do do very much pleasure when I have read your address. We have an automobile with which we carry the bread at the campaigne. We have soon a ine horse for the round in the town. Here is winter, the weather is misty, the tree are bare and that season is not that I preference, chieiiy when the ground is not covered with snow." I'o ARTHUR MCLEOD-'fYou will send me your picture, I shall send you the mine, I am a boy of sixteen year old. I measure one meter G4 centimeters. I am brown and the eye black." To EDWIN BELL-f'Yesterday, with a great gladness I took your dexterity and to-day I write you my Hrst letter. I love much your beautiful country chiefly since which you are come we assist during the great warfare 1914-IS. I en'd and you invite to accept from a dear French, a cordial handful of hands." To KENNETH LAMBERTON-NI am 15 years old. I have my mother, but my father is dead to the native place in 1919. Let me forgive my numerous and big mistakes. Receive of your french comrade his sincere salutationsfl - 136 - 1925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 701120 0 T021 Tlzmfe Go! flze 06? On the bench in the ante room sat two young men -each about eighteenhand each waiting to see the ollice manager about a job. One was a manly, self-reliant, neatly dressed youth-the other's habits revealed by his ill-fitting, badly pressed suit, wrinkled tie and ungainly shoes If you were that oilice manager, experience and ability being equal- which would you select for the job? Of course you would! DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED IN KUPPEN- HEIMER CLOTHES Their good appearance is lasting. Tornab Cash Mercantile Co Monroe County's Largest Store 1925 TI-IE I-IAMOT 1925 Always Striving to Please You AT THE LADIES, EXCLUSIVE SHOE SHOP 5 5 AUDELL'S i ' ICTROLA SHOP Pianos -Victrolas - Radio Bongers Shoe . Company Phone 40 919 Superior Ave. MOORE'S Handy Service Market Anything Good to Eat? We have It Service and Quality Courtesy and Right Prices YOUR FIRST DUTY IS READ THE PAPERS Your home town - paper. The Monitor H erald TIME is an important factor in SCHOOL LIFE. We do expert watch and clock repairing. Certificate of Mas- ter Watchmaker awarded in 1911. Q ames S. Langwill Expert Watchmaker and Engraver Successor to L. A. BAUMGARTEN 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Congregational Church The Church of the Pilgrim Fathersg A Church that believes in the Public Schoolsg A Church that stands for Freedom of Conscienceg A Church that fellowships everyone who desires to be Christlikeg A Church that is Evangelistic and Missionary in Spiritg A Church that is of the people by the people and for the peopleg A Church where a Christian is free to do his own thinking. Church Building corner of McLean Avenue and La Crosse Street, Tomah, Wisconsin Parsonage 115 La Crosse Street. Jonathan G. Smith, Pastor. WANTED-Barrets for our long g locks-Craig Scott, Wilbert Preuss, Mr. Ganfield. FOR SALE-My pencils-Velvet No. ".-Miss Drowatzky. WANTED- An elevator. - Miss Beeckler and Girls. WANTED-Set of False Teeth.- John Sowle. WANTED-A clerk to keep track of the hours I spend on commercial work.-Otto Stoltz. WANTED-A teacher to watch that the children do not chew gum in school. She must be cross-eyed. WANTED-A couple of men with perfect teeth to test beans in a Coffee House. WANTED-An able-bodied man to sell 352 shoes for 810. SYVERSON HAY, 85 EARLE DEALERS IN GRAIN, FEED, LIME CEMENT, SALT PoTAToEs, ETC. 1925 T1-IE HAMOT 1925 .S - F -f Copyright 1924 Hart Schaffner 8: Man: WM. FIETING Exc'fmz'fve CY!0fAZ.67" and Men's Furfz z'.vfzz'f1gs -140- N 1925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 A. L. RANNY WM. MISTELE Distinction of Quality Demands Q '4Defz'c'z'0us" ICE CREAM TOMAL ICE CREAM CO. F. J. SKRABEK JOE COOPER YOUNG MEN'S LEADING TAILOR , HIDES, FURS AND WOOL AND CLEANING WORKS All kinds of Farm produce Tomah, Wisconsin PHONE 3501 PHONE 176 925 THE I-IAMOT 1 -142- BLUE BOWL INN Regular Meals - Lunches Party Catering TELEPHONE 108 1925 THE HAMOT' 1925 QUALITY, SERVICE, and REASONABLE PRICES are our aims. SATISFIED CUSTOMERS and FRIENDS are our REFERENCES. HARDWARE, PLUMBING and HEAT- ING are our SPECIALTIES. 00000000 000 THE DROW HARDWARE COMPANY F. O. DROW BERNARD H. DRQW EARLE F. DROW 1103 Superior Avenue TOMAH, WISCONSIN PHONE 7-2 Rings. H4 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Farmer's Butter Association INCORPORATED 1902 The prosperity of the farmers of the Community depends upon the favorable marketing of community products. Favorable marketing depends on the success of home mar- kets. Patronize home institutions and forward community prosperity. Lockers open every day Caused E. I. to fret So he got a big red paddle And now they're shut, you bet! The paddle hung one day On Miss Thornpson's locker door On the carpet she was called Now she'll shut it evermore. M. Reel fgiving reportl-f'He named his dog Zero. It grew to-'Voice in rear'-100." A. McCaul fVergil class discussing a sec- tion of Vergil's Aeneidj-"Well I don't be- lieve you can take Vergil apart, and get much anyway." Miss F. Gr. Sr. Chorus singing "Good Night Belovedl-i'Now let's have your last Good Night, Soprano and Tenors, and letls make it a good one." QFrench II discussing reasons for sentences being in subjunctivel-John Scott Creadingj " 'She is the prettiest girl there is around here.' Oh that's either sentiment or doubtf' Ernest W. Ctranslating Frenchl-"'You are the only friend that I have.' Well I don't see how that makes sense." IDEAL T.H.S. GIRL MUST HAVE! Verna Schmidt's brain. Beatrice Comiskey's curls. Marion Anderson's musical ability. Marcella O'Leary's wit. Alice McCaul's debating ability. Grace Winter's posture. Eleanore Reinholz's patience. Frits Rudoll's eyes. Jean Warren's feet. Anna Olson's gracious walk. Katherine Poquette's literary ability Eleanor Kuckuck's artistic ability. IDEAL T.H.S. BOY MUST HAVE! Ernest Wegner's managing ability. Doc. Bell's debating ability. Doral Stee's wavy locks Gordon Wallace's talent at cornet. Elmer McMullen's teeth. Donald Meloyls neatness. Lawrence Clark's posture Daniel Sullivan's athletic ability. Craig Scott's features. George Siedel's brain.. Art Dewey's wit. Howard Oake's, skill at drawing. .1 --.3 - my M Y, ,i,,,.l.'-'L A x. .. I ,Q gi 'nLl.,Q . ,lg Q' ,ax 3, QA--' as ' I-4 'X' 3 - gf wr, 4 ' I ' sf fwf- -1 gg .'-- ,. 1, " up x BM 4 K JY, .X ,iq M.. ,1 w,v,5.5, A H" ,uf " M - , ,1 1 , 2, --X , ' ,-fw V .,, ., w',- f' ' - . A -.,, , . ij- L-34 .ffls1fuxamzunmmuvsnsa um A ' ' " -V ,mfm ' ' A f --.wa - ,f--I-Ai A 11925 THE HAMOT 1925 1i1f,f3'5,g3l ' " ' 'J'f-Mu HnIQ11'.mv--1'uummmumnmurmmumunmmm .1numau1:m::nn, mms me-unnu umm! 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X ,.- ' ' rv K- ,ff , -. -" ' ' , " ' K , 4 , P -'sash -it f-P1 "5T"' 145 1 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 FIRE-PROOF GARAGE FARM MACHINERY REPAIR WORK Agency Star Motor Cars Superior Ave. 'roMAH, wis. THE TOMAH HARDWARE HOT AIR HEATING CUTLERY Q PAINTS OILS GLASS TOMAH, VVIS. GEORBHWYS MUSIC SHOP VVe carry the latest and most popular music ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ToMAII, XVISCONSIN When you get ANGELCYS CONFECTIONS ICE CREAM LUNCHES You Get the Best Mr. Cummings-HThe farther into the earth we go the hotter it is. About 100 miles thru the tempera- O!! ture is about 2000 . Isabelle-"Hot Dogf' Mr. C.-"Well rather." Miss F.-"There is too much talk- ing tonight. We would have a good balance in this orchestra if we didnlt have so many mouth organs." Ruby Noth-"I don't see how brimestone could fall from a burning buildingf' Miss T.-'tYou know what brinie- stone is, donlt you?" Rubywwfhatls what you sharpen knives on isnlt it?', Miss B. CDiscussing suffixes and prefixesj-"Ion means state of being usually. Think of an example. Peg M. Qthinking aloudj-"Onion." 1925 Tl-IE'l-IAIVIOT 1925 TO MAH COFOPERATIVE ELEVATOR FOR ua z' erfvice an rice Q' I zfy, S Cl, P PHONE 33 Fred Meinecke 81 Son GROCERIES AND MEATS PHONE 67 1123 Superior Ave. TOMAH, WISCONSIN A giggly little girl named Gen Can't sit upon a chair, I ken, When into ancient lore she dipped In Virgil class, from her perch she slipped An ominous silence fell on the throng, But that did not endure very long, For a burst of laughter rent the air Upset all dignity, dispelled all care Gen, under the table, Hlt wasn't fair." POST MORTEM, TOMAH-SPARTA DEBATE Everyone CSave two judgeslj in the assembly vast, In favor of the aflirrnative his vote had cast. The suspense was awful, the decision Was read, A cheer went up, though our hopes were dead. -143- 1295 THE HAMOT 1925 OT HER' BREAD WEQQKGU' IT SUITS THE TASTE OUR bread and pastry suits the taste and pleases the digestion. Our modern bakery is sanitary and the foods are pure, and of real food value. "UE5ZilC'5.U" J OH RITZINGER BAKERY TOMAH, WISCONSIN 1925 THE I-IAMOT 1925 922, K My W ff f HMI! X P1 I .g f X514 we s ww be l ull N Thmk of Then' Future LAN NOW for your chlldrens welfare through the comlng years Start now and bulld a fund that W1 provxde the advantage you want your boys and g1r1s to have Combme savmg wxth xnvestmg msure safety and steady return through purchase of the 7 W1 Preferred Shares of W,,com,,, Wxsconsm Power and Lxght Company Servmg the Heart of Even as 11ttle as S10 per month ln vested ln these 7 Z shares wxth mterest compounded annually w1ll amount to S4 922 ln 20 years A worth whlle sum for a ra1ny day' Each S100 share wxll pay you S7 an on y0uT nually a dxvxdend check every three - months' You can buy for cash or on pay- sawing-5 ments of S5 down and S5 per monthg 77: mterest allowed on payments. For full mfotmatlon ask any employe WISCONSIN POWER MD neu COMPANY TOMAH, WISCONSIN ' f ,f 1 W K A ' N, V K ,r 'K 1 ' :I"'II V ' , we x p . a, Vw N .l I1 uf M 4 J e rr i I, s XX 1 ' X' "L ' 'Ll 'I I ' In 73 f 'ggi W Q ' :sf 'I 'I i 4:-7,1 ' '!'.11r gn. ' 'Q 'ZA tl' rr , 'H I' 1 'V' f l! ' - I 5 I C ' 7 . , . . 9 9 ' ' -150e 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 Better Get ur Prices They are Lower Mem the Lower! .-Qliylb.. OUR MOTTO Honest Grades and Correct Tally Uqlulgy.. The Crossett Mfg. o. CHAPMAN'S BUS LINE Calls answered at all hours WE SEEK YOUR PATRONAGE Phone 337 TOMAH, WISCONSIN EPITAPH FOR THE LNOBLE I was tired of teachers that made me work, So I decided to loaf, I Wanted to shirk, But then I saw that silver loving cup And I didnlt want my class to give it up, So I perked right up and Worked for fair Until, at last, I've done my share. Miss Drowatzky Qto teacher train- ing classj-'fWe haven't the dime novel anymore." Ellen J.-"No, they cost a quarter now." Miss Drowatzky-'tWhat is the size of a robin?H I Nine Kellogg-"Two by four." These little quips and cranks and Wiles We hope they'll win your brightest smiles, But if theylll not, please understand We published these by your com- mand. 1925 THE HAIVIOT 1925 -152- 1925 Tl-IE HAMOT 1925 his Annual Was Printed and Bound in the Plant of ones 81 Kroeger Compan HE efficient handling of an annual is no small job. We take pride in doing this work right. School organizations have found our service satisfactory. Our plant is complete mechanically, large enough to handle the work eliiciently, yet not so large as to lose that personal relationship between the staff and the printer so desirable in the production of books of this nature. We realize that most annuals are produced by staffs that have had no previous ex- perience in the printing of such books. We take personal interest in each of these books and offer the benefit of our experience. In our tiles are many letters from former annual staffs expressing their appreciation of the service rendered. We suggest that you communicate with us before making Q definite plans as to the construction of -- your book. We will gladly advise you. SOME OF THE ANNUALS WE HAVE PRODUCED ' The Liner, Hamline University, St. Paul, The Tower, Stout Institute, Menomonie, Minn. Wisconsin. The Chippewa, Macalester College, St. The Meletean, River Falls State Normal Paul, Minn. School, River Falls, Wisconsin. The Outlook, Plainview High School, The Hamot, Tomah High School, Tomah, Plainview, Minn. Wisconsin. The Moccasin, U. of M., West Central The Gustavian, Gustavus Adolphus Col- School of Agriculture, Morris, Minn. lege, St. Peter, Minn. The Red River Aggie, U. of M., North- The The The west School of Agriculture, Crook- t M' s on, inn. Five Year Book, College of Saint Teresa, Winona, Minn. Wenonah, Winona State Teachers Col- lege, Winona, Minn. The The The Algol, Carleton College, Northfield, M' . inn Radiograph, Winona High School, Winona, Minn. Tiger, Lake City High School, Lake City, Minn. Trail, Sidney High School, Sidney,Neb. jo s se KRoEGER oo School Annual Spefialirfr P wrNoNA, MINN. 1 in 1925 THE I-IAIVIOT 1925 M V.. . T , 4 our clfnnua 1 ' I m m ., I - LS our dlnnual 1, fe mf, 'QW' 4, Our interest in 44 41 ' " " 1, the successzj Q " your boplc LS fdlcctcd zn the zaca, layout 1 dummsy and plate ervzce 4 rendered .aff -1 iff' 5 ' in 1 , 1115 Q1,l xff1f,.1 11?1TEJXR.? E5 scHooL ANNUAL ENGRAVERS 1 u l' " Saint Paul A 1 ' 1 'Wi 5-'?h a YQ: ax '1lMW"'1f11l1? G fr' K 1 " v wb C ME 3 Li la 4 Ka S I fl ' 1.3 . Q f, asf- IS' AA ' :K a h ' 1 5 -1 -154- 1925 Tl-IE HAMOT 1925 Q ' Efvefyffzing in Snappy Foofwmr FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN At Popular Prices COMPLETE LINE OF HOLEPROOF HOSIERY Peter Johnson Shoe Co. KING MIDAS FLOUR EACO FLOUR Mrs. F. Ziegler 85 Sons QUALITY GROCERIES QUALITY MEATS Our Specialty Home Made Sausage For Prompt and Courteous Service PHONE 144 TOMAH,' WIS. 5 v 1 ff.. HA-,Ll . A r ' Paiiitti.. Sbgiiarator j . 1 '41 vm-:r. i1'3i?5r3iNfrs ' -gggggrgs AND L' . :ku-ff iQPA1QE8HVANGING ova Srncmifzrir ...,,.,.,Q. h 'r " Esvfirnafes' Cheerfully lFur niSht-:d Ugg, If J E gggiwgigmikihg of Paint -5 Think bf owen 'fr-Yr4:i if x .A f ' ' 2 ,,. , ,- X ' , 1 - ,f TELEPHONE 58 ' , 3 ... ...X - .. .. .. .,- f ggi -wry W - - Wi' 'ffixfl ,Q-':gfEi?i.g3e?'iifi4?Ff"" ' K. 'f Mage' amxf:g.1fafw-Q' , gf, . . Qgguf 1.1, .-.U hx'--f,i,,., gl, ,M-,un , --free ,z ...Am- in E Q'-' 156-H 1 ' - Hai? , '-1 , A-" 'wg MQW - - . wx 1, V 3 -1 H' A IHPJHHHETXRIH umm 'na man mum 'mm Q i s FH E I-I M 0 T ' dmeuw 'n,'ml'l1.m-r--uxminfml:Iluxflmwaomfaisur nv 'T , BM, THE LADIES SHOP t , uf!! file Qzfeft Sljfley in Dreffef iam! Cloak! Phdne 305 Him. lilnzvphinr Han mir 1925 THE HAMOT 1925 The General Merchandise Dealer Whom You Should Visit OO GOFF' ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Lei us pu! you bdfi on byaurfiaez Our prices are right Superior Avenue TOMAH, VVISCONSIN From the girls as they examine J. C.'s baby picture. "Oh, isn't he cute, but it looks just like him." Miss Stebens-"How can you tell the approach of winter?" Maurice Mee-"It begins to get later earlier." AMiss Stebens Cquizing Ida Erb on carnivorous and herbivorous animalsj -Hlda, what is an herb?l' V Miss Drawatzky CFifty-Fifty prac- tice, Iz and Bert doing love scenel- "You have not done this much have you?i' Bert-"No we never did this be- fore." Miss Drowatzky Cto Marcella who is posing for Otto in Play Practicel- Hjust distort your face-make it real homely-you know, just be natural!" 4 1 THE GRINNER'S CLUB ' Vila Behrens ....,........ President Bill Fossbinder .... .Vice President John Nicke ............... Secretary Ernest Halliger ........... Treasurer Tryouts held every peroid. Not responsible for broken jaw bones. Down the main room aisles they come The Four Horsemen of the Sunls eclipse Their eagle eyes spy each vacant seat They mark it down with motion fleet. Some say they're taking the morning roll, I say they're wearing out itheir sole. When you make a mass meeting speech, Always remember a sermon to preach. Tell the school to come out to yell Remind the team to fight like 1 Sparta did when they beat us Feb. 20th. 1925 THE H.'XfX1O'IA 1925 A mt su we close with happy tlmuqtzts Qt plwmnt thingy tu cumt With joys Alf summer fresh in mind, past memories Qffun, With thrvughtx ofjally winter, starry moonlight zwertzead, To light a snowy pathway where counttexs footsteps tread. -15g.. r.w-fr-fr -w ff-., .1 fr f f 1 - vw- .Q - -. 14 -r 4 1 .xx y, ,FTM 1, , , . ' . . . , , I . ' . , ' 1,4 , s N K r w 1 P N . 1 ,1 E 1 3 1 - A 4 l 1 J W 1 4 1 1: 3 1 1 I ,..,,.v-1 .I ,. V ,, . Q Y . ,- , . .,3f':-yy-1, 7 . '- . - H C - , 1- ' ' '- -i . '. . . iam: ' W ' . , 5 HJ- '-'DYW -QE' ?i,.1-,', ' ' " - by x . ,X '9,,?Z"f,:' A ' - 4,51 '- 3 r- A .4 - X 4.1s1i':':.. ..a.f.1Ai'I,-.f "J 1- . 1 1' Q,.',x , .4 " V ' '1, 1- VV ' , ,fi-gag. . 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