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  PUBLISHED BY SENIOR CLASS 1924Copyright, 1924. by THE IRIS STAFFyAe IRIS We, The Iris Staff Present to You Your Book: Yours Because it Reflects Your Activities and Your Interests. It Has Been A Joyful Task to Compile the Story Reflected in Picture and Verse and Narrative of This Year's Life at S. P. N'. May This Iris Ever Be to You A Happy Memento of Your Friends of 1924. The Staff. c 8'13r7Ae IRIS To Oscar W. Neale A Rare Combination of Exemplary Character. Thorough Scholarship. Deep Sympathy. Contagious Enthusiasm, Desert in Service and Good Fellowship.—He Has Deservedly Won His Way Into Our Hearts. We. The Senior Class, Take Pleasure in Dedicating This 1924 Iris Pate ourIRIS Pott nrI car Friend : The true American welcomes difficulties, believing that it is better to have tried and lost than never to have tried at all; only a coward demands a sure thing. Such a man wants to test his strength and feels bound to use bencficicntly all that God has given him. he deems it wrong to let a single possible talent go unused, and it is therefore only by trial that he can know how much has been given him to use. A real American, therefore, considers himself under sacred obligations to test himself out—to learn his full strength or perchance his weakness—and this wholly regardless of personal success or failure as viewed by the usual standards. The real victory is in making the fight and this sort of highest victory is reserved only for him who can rejoice in its achievement while smiling at the possible disappointment of the day. Your sincere friend. John F. Sims. Pilgf SIXSfte IRIS Putt inrn'Jhe IRIS Board of Regents Peter J. Smith. A. W. Zeratsky . Miss Lutie Stearns Edward J Dempsey . R I. Dlgdale . P. W. Rawer . . C. S. Orthman . Jerome Baker Mrs. Clara T. Runce John Callahan . Clough Gates . Eau Claire La Crosse Milwaukee . Oshkosh Pluttcville River Falls Stevens Point Whitewater . Baraboo . Madison Superior OFFICERS P. W. Ramer.......................................President C. S. Orthman................................Vice-President William Kittle....................................Secretary Solomon Levitan...................................Treasurer l uoVAe IRIS Pott rumSfte IRIS Appreciation We. The Iris Staff of 1924. Wish to Extend Our Sincere Appreciation to Miss Carlston and to Mr. Dyer For Their Able Assistance Most Untiringly and Generously Given. The Staff. Pate tenr7he IRIS Our School Pag eleitnIRIS Pax IimIm?Ae IRIS Frank N. Smndlkr Oberlin College. A.B . i»04 Harvard University. A.B . 189 Harvard University, A M . 1896 Harvard University. Advanced Graduate Work. 1896-1807 Harvard University. Advanced Graduate Work. Second Semester. 1897-1898 Vice President. Psychology, and Education. Bessie May Allen Iowa State Teachers’ College Diploma Columbia I University. B.S. and A.M. Director of the Home Economics Department Home Economic Crit c. James E. Drlzkll Fremont CoIIckc. A.B State Normal School. Peru. Nebraska. B. Ed. Director of Department for the Training of Primary Teachers Observation and Methods Oscar W. Neale Dennison University. B S Chicago University Director of the Rural School Teachers’ Department and Since Graded Course Arithmetic and Picture Study. Rural Sociology. Ernest T. Smith liowdom College. A.B. University of -hicagn University of Wisconsin Director of High School Teachers’ iJepartment European Flistory and Social Science. Charles F. Watson Plattevillc Normal School Dip. University of Chicago, B.S. Director of the Deportment for the training of Grammar Grade. Intermediate and Jr. H. S. Teacher . Geography. Pag ihirtftnrJhe IRIS Bertha Hussky Dcan of Women Shurtlcff College. A B. University of Chicago. A M University of Illinois Literature and Composition. Herbert R. Stki.nkr Dean of Men Stevens Point Normal School. University o! Wisconsin. Ph.B. Civics and A meric an History. Mary BRONSON Northwestern University Hinman Normal School University of Chicago University of Michigan Physical Education for Women. [.eland M. BURROUGHS Wabash College. A.B. Nye School of Oratory King's School of Oratory and Dramatic An. B.O. Graduate School of hnglish. Uni. versity of Chicago Graduate School of English and Public Speaking. University of Michigan Literature. Composition and Public Speaking Edna Cari-STEn Art Institute. Chicago Diploma in Normal Art Fine Arts Academy. Chicago Nancy Jan Church Columbia University. B S. Sewing and Millinery. Page ourletnIRIS William A. Clark River Falls Norm ’. Diploma University of Wisconsin. Ph.B. University of Minnesota. S S . ’i j Psychology and Education. Jqso-h V. Collins Johns Hopkins University College of Wooster. Ph.M. and PivD. Mathematics Harold S Dyer Platteville Normal Diploma American Conservatory of Chicago Mia. B. Music. Charles C. Evans Ohio Wesleyan University. B S. Vale University Graduate School Wisconsin University ( hicago University Medical School Bacteriology. Physiology and Hygiene. Sanitation. Biology. Mayskl E. Evans La Crosse State Normal School University of Wisconsin. B.A. English and Physical Education. D. S. Gakiiy University of Idaho University of Chicago Graduate Chemistry. Pair fyjtttr "SAe IRIS Nannie R Gray Illinois State Normal University Michigan University Wisconsin University Berlin. Dresden Modern Languages. Mary li. Hanna Stevens Point Normal Diploma University of Wisconsin (Chicago University Assistant Department of Rural !-.ducation. Mnglish.Composition. Reading Methods. Grammar, Juv. Literature and Geography. Jessik Jones Whitewater Normal Diploma I University of Wisconsin. Ph D. Botany. Nature Study and Bioiogy. Luiu M. Mansur Columbia University Assist ont Librarian. Helen Meston Doonc College. BS. Crete. Nebraska Columbia University. BS.. New York , Instructor in Cookery Jossni Mott Kirksvillc State Teachers’ College. B.S. University of Chicago Education. Pat tixletnrJhe IRIS R. M. RlCHTSKLL Indiana Slate Normal College University of California Physics. Thomas A. Rogers Illinois Wesleyan University. B.S. Illinois State Normal University of Michigan University of Chicago Chemistry. May M. Roacii Stevens Point Normal Diploma Columbia University Assistant Rural Teachers' Department. F. J. SCHMKBCLKK Graduate State Teachers’ College. Kearney. Nebraska. University of Minnesota. Post Graduate Work, i Year Agriculture Education. J. E. SWBTLAND Ripoo Collece. A B Minnesota University Athletics. I hysical Education for Men. Jessie Taylor Stevens Point Normal Graduate Home Economics Assistant. Pott irxtnitrnIRIS Victor E. Thompson Stout Institute Untvtnlty of Wisconsin. Ph B. Industrial Art. Eleanor Wei.ch Monmouth Collette. A.B. Nev York State Library School Librarian. Emily Wilson Kansas State Manual Training Normal. B S Chieago University. Ph.B Home Economics. Alfred J. Herrick Graduate of Stevens Point Normal University of Wisconsin. Ph.B. Post Graduate Work Summer School University of Minnesota. i9 o Summer School University of Chicago, ipso. ipsi. tojj Director of I raining School. Agnes V. Anderson St Cloud Normal University of Minnesota Summer School Teachers College. Columbia Jr. H S. Mathematics and Geography Prin Jr. H. S. Grace A. Brnscoikr Teachers' Training School, Spring-field. Illinois. Graduate i nines Millikcn University University of Chicago. Ph B. Junior High School Critic of English. Pat fighlernIRIS Ida M. Brrvad Stevens Point State Normal Drplo mil Summer School University of Chicago University of Minnesota. Summer Term First and Second Critic. Mary Louise Buell New Mexico Norma! University. B Ped M. Ped School of Education. University of Parade Critic Lkaii L. Diehl Milwaukee State Normal Diploma University of Wisconsin. Summer Term Filth Grade Critic. Carolyn E. Gove Oshkosh State Normal University of Chicago. Summer Sessions Primary Critic In Beading. Edith M. Hkasty Stevens Point Normal Diploma Critic of Rural L emoristration School. Harriet Hutson Din. Winona State Teachers' College. Winona. Minnesota Teachers' College. Columbia University. Summer Term Sixth Grade Critic. Pate nineteenrJhe IRIS Lillian L. Olbson Stevens Point Normal School Diploma Teachers College. Columbia University University of Chicago Third Grade Critic. Gladys Pritchard Chicago Collegiate Institute Diploma Teachers' Training College American Conservatory of Music Kindergarten Critic Music Supervisor. Burton R. Pierce Stevens Point Normal School Diploma Ripon College Univ. of Chicago. Jr. H. S. History. Hygiene and (Geography. I£Dim Dahl Gertrude Larson Carolyn Roleson Secretary of the Training School. Secretary. Financial Secretary and Treasurer Pat twentyMay A. Rowe Bckxt Collett. B S. UmvcfMty of Wisconsin. M S Business Manager of Nelson Mall. Some Ideas About Teaching Jest a settin’ in a school room In a great big easy chair And a keepin’ things a movin’ With a lordly sort of air. Not a thing to do but askin' Lot a questions from a book. Spcctin' kids to know the answers Though they’re not allowed to look. That’s teachin'. Jest a drawin' great big money And a livin’ like a lord! Jest makin’ folks pay taxes Frrom their hard earned stored up hoard Keeps them buyin' books and fixins’ That they noways really need. Snap, I’ll say so. Gosh A’mightv. Easiest livin’ ever sce’d That’s teachin'. Pan tmnty-ortePaxt iweniy-tuvPace iu My-ihreerMe IRIS Pate tu nly- our K-X K=-t K A K — - ■ X w-V K—1 X ♦ CLASSESVAe IRIS Davis Finch Thompson Pov.cH Senior Class OFFICERS Smith Davis............... Myron Finch................ Ruth Thomison .... Harley Powell.............. . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Class Colors: Silver and Rose. Class Morro: Play the Game. Petit tutniy-fixi"JAe IRIS Abel. Esther "Abe" Brillion. Wisconsin Brillion High School Primary Course Primary Council Achterberc. Ella E. “Alfreda" Schofield, Wisconsin Wausau High School Primary 0 ursc Basket Ball. Volley Ball. Y.W.C.A.. Primary Council. Adams. Ruth Mai Albany. New York Almond High Sch x»l Primary Course Primary Council. Hockey. Y W C. A Altenberger, Pauline "Paul” Colby. Wisconsin Colby High School Primary Cxxirsc Primary Council. Ammentorp, Andrae "Andy" Withec. Wisconsin Withcc High Sch x l Junior High School Course Grammar Round Table. Anderson. Alpreoa E. “Al" Weyerhauser, Wisconsin Weyerhauser High School Primary Qxirse Primary Council. Y. W. C. A.. Basket Ball. Operetta. Anderson. Barbara "Barb" lola. Wisconsin Ida High School High School Course Forum. Y. W. C. A. Pate luenty ux'JAq iris Anderson. Edith "E" Rhinelander. Wisconsin Rhinelander High School lunior High School Course Round Table. Secretary and Treasurer. Science Club, Y. W. C. A. Andf.rson. Ruth H. 'Ruthie” Waukesha. Wisconsin Waukesha High Sch xil I iome Economics Course Y. W. C. A.. Choral Union. Andrews, Alma C. Wyoccna Wisconsin State Graded Qxirsc Rural Life Club. Y. W C A. Andrews. Orrie Wyoccna. Wisconsin State Graded Prin. Rural Basket Ball. Rural Life. Men’s Glee Club. Bachmann, Ethel Ruth "Eih" Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High School La Crosse Normal 2 Year English Course Round Table, [basket Ball. Volley Ball. Bktlach, Lillian Ireane "Hum” Amherst. Wisconsin Amherst High School High School (bourse Basket Bull. Glee Club. Volley Ball. Choral Union, Forum, Iris Staff. Soloist. Operetta. Birr, Margaret Oconto Falls. Wisconsin Home Economics Course I Iome Economics Club. Y W C. A. Bowers, I Jelen Mcllcn. Wisconsin Mcilcn High School Primary C-oursc Primary Cxxincil Boyle, Marguerite "Peggy” Fond du 1-ac. Wisconsin Fond du 1-ac High School Oshkosh Normal Junior High School Course Pound Table, Loyola. Brandemuehl, Helen Lancaster, Wisconsin Lancaster High School Home Economics Course Y. W. C. A.. Iris Staff. Science Club. Hiking Club. Home Economics Club. Breary. Josephine "Jo” Rhinelander. Wisconsin Friendship High School Primary Course Hockey. Loyola. Brits, Mamie J. "Britzie” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Normal Academic Course Primary Course Loyola. Primary Council. Brown. Esther "Els” Auburndalc. Wisconsin Marshfield I ligh School Junior High School Course V. W. C. A.. Hiking. Grammar Round Table. Buche, Jean Oregon. Wisconsin Oregon High School (Carroll College. Waukesha Primary Course Y. W. C. A., Dramatics, Primary Cxxincil. Pag (utnly-tighi u? IRIS Burns. Alice "A " Almond. Wisconsin Almond High School High School Course Lovola. Basket Ball. Hockey. Forum, Choral Union. Busche. Matilda C. "TifiV" Athens. Wisconsin Athens High School Primary Course Y. W. C. A . Primary Q ur cil. Campbell, Ruth “Rufus” Decatur. Illinois Wausaukec High School Home Economics Course Y. W. C. A.. Hiking Club. Home Economics Club Card, Cecil "CVc' Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point I ligh School Junior High School Course-Pointer Staff. Iris Staff. Chainey. Clarence B. “Cal” Florence. Wisconsin Florence Fligh School High School Course Basket Ball. Track. "S.” Iris Staff. Loyola. Forum. Chamberlain, Evelyn “Ev" Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Wisconsin Rapids Fligh School Grammar Course Round Table, lovola. Chitwood, Belle "Be ” Blue River, Wisconsin Blue River Fligh School Flomc Economics Course Fk mc Economics Club, Y. W. C. A Paxe twenty-nineChristenson. Ruth “Christy” O densburg. Wisconsin Waupaca High School Home Economics Course Y W. C A . Home Economics Club. Hiking Club Clark. Annabel E. “Ann” Stevens Point, Wisconsin Stevens Point High School High School Course Y. W. C. A.. Pointer Staff. Iris Staff. Hockey. Glee Club President. Orchest ra. Forum. Operetta. Choral Union Clocksin, Lui.u Westfield. Wisconsin Appleton High School State Graded Prin. Rural Life Club. Coon, Gi.adys "Glad" Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mauston High School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Cordy, Ida M Stevens Point. Wisconsin Junior High School C.oursc T. W. CT A.. Iris Staff. Round Table. CziisKi.t'.iiA, Elvira K. “Lavetda' Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca High School Chicago National Kindergarten College Kindergarten Course Primary Council. Danielson'. Marif. J. Manitowoc. Wisconsin Manitowoc High School Primary Course Primary Council. Y. W. C. A.. Hiking Club. Choral Union. Past thirty"Z he IRIS Davis. Smith “Davie" Granton. Wisconsin Granton High School High School Course Forum Basket Ball Captain, Track. President Senior Class. President Junior Class, Foot Ball "S.” Dincledein. May "Dint" Arpin. Wisconsin Wisconsin Rapids High School High School Course Forum. Y W. C A . Basket Ball. Hockey. Hiking Donner. Alvah Merrill. Wisconsin Merrill High School Intermediate Course Y. W. C. A.. Grammar Round Table. I liking Club. Operetta. Doolittle. James “Jim" Plainfield, Wisconsin Almond High School State Graded Prin. Debate. Glee Club. Oratory. Men’s Glee Club. Choral Union Doolittle. Mildred "Joy" Fish Creek. Wisconsin Gibraltcr High School Home Fconomics Course Home Economics Club Y W C A Hiking Club. Iris Staff Dow. Ruby Marshfield. Wisconsin unior High School Course ‘ W.C A.. Round Table Egan, Arlyne “Irish" Green Bay. Wisconsin West De Pere High School Primary Course Lovola. Primary Council. I liking Club Page thirty-car'Jhe IRIS Ei.l. Dorothy "Dot" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Grammar Course Round Table Ei.i.sworth. Martha “Marly" Amosa. Michigan Amasa High Schtx l Home Economics Course Y V. C.. A . Glee Club. Operetta. Basket Ball. Home Economics Club, Choral Union. Science Club. Ely. Alice Cioloma, Wisconsin Coloma High School Primary Course Primary Council. Esmond, Grayce M. Manawa, Wisconsin Manawa High School Primary Course Y. W C A.. Hockey, Primary Council. Fermanich. Florence "Flo" New London. Wisconsin New London High School Junior High School Course Loyola. Round Table. Hiking Club. Finch, Myron Aberdeen. Washington Stevens Point High School I ligh School Course Foot B il I "S," Vice-President Senior Class. Forum. Debating. Business Munager of the iris. Flanac.an, Lucilb "Kiddie" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Oregon High School Home Economics Course Orchestra. Secretary and Treasurer Home Economics Club, Loyola. Science Club. Pali thlrly-tuorJAe IRIS Flick, Gf.rtrudf. "Ctrl'” Menominee. Wisconsin Dunn County Training School Primary Course Primary Council. Hiking Club. Forster. Caroline Athens. Wisconsin Athens High School Primary Course Basket Ball. Primary Council. Forster. Mathilda "Mai" Almond. Wisconsin Almond High School junior High School Course Round Table Franzoi. Ada Iron licit. Wisconsin Iron licit High School Intermediate Course Loyola. Grammar R md Table, Volley Ball. Freitag. Viola "Zippy • Forest Junction. Wisconsin Brillion High School Primary Course Primary Council. Volley Ball. Y W. C. A.. Hiking Club. Frocnf.r. Vivian E. “Vir" Weyerhauser, Wisconsin Weyerhauser I ligh School Primary Course Primary Council. Y. W. C A . Basket Ball. Operetta. Choral Union. Fuller. Ffrol “ uv” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Primary Course Primary Council, Bosket Ball. Hockey. Pal ihiiiy-thrt IRIS Fullmer. Hazel Packwaukee, Wisconsin Grammar Course Round Table Gates. Myrle Plover. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Grammar Course Grammar Remnd Table. Gehl. Anita “MW West Bend. Wisconsin West Bend High School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Loyola. George. Edna Marian “George” Weyauwega. Wisconsin Wcyauwcgai High School Primary Course Y W. C. A.. Primary Council. Getzlaff, Lillian Wisconsin Rapids. Wisconsin Wood County Normal Grammar Opartment Y W C. A. Goldthorpi:, Grace “Kid” Millcdgcvillc. Illinois Millcdgcvillc I ligh School Junior High School Course Y. W. C. A.. Round Table. Orchestra. Goldtmorpe. Jeanette “Goldy’’ Millcdgcvillc. Illinois Millcdgcvillc High School Home Economics Course Science Club. Home Economics Club. Y W C. A . Basket Ball. Paxc thiny-Jcmr Ae IRIS Gosh. Newfrey Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural Course Normal State Graded Principnlship Rural Life Club. Lovoln Grandy, Mary "Grand" Withec. Wisconsin Bruce High School Junior High School Course Round Table. Y W. C A. GrEACER, Lf.II.AH “Girlie” Merrill, Wisconsin Lincoln County Training School Intermediate Course Loyola. Round Table. Grecy. Donna "Don" Pestigo. Wisconsin Pestigo High School Home Economics Course Loyola, I lomc Economics Club. Groher. Helen “Shorty” Royalton. Wisconsin Manawa High School Primary Course Primary Council. Loyola Grover. Candace "Candy" Junction City. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Primary Course Primary- Council. Guerin. Lee S. “Lee" Manawa. Wisconsin Black Wolf High School State Graded Prin. Dramatics. Pat 'j'Ae IRIS Hall, Margaret "Marge” Green Bay High School West Green Bay High School Primary Course Basket Ball, Hockey. Loyola. Hartwig. Edna M. "Hariwig" Medford. Wisconsin Medford High School Intermediate Course Grammar Round Table, Choral Union Hathaway, Virginia “Jean’ Antigo. Wisconsin Antigo High School Home Economics Course Y. W C. A.. Glee Club. Home Economics Club, Girls’ Basket Ball. Operetta. I Ip.rrick. Ferne M. Montcllo. Wisconsin Montello I ligh School Primary Course Y. W C A . Primary Council. Hirst. Doris "Shorty” Hancock. Wisconsin Hancock High School Primary Course Primary Council. Y W. C A.. Iris Staff. Operetta. Choral Union. Hirtreiter. Ann "Nonnie” Butternut, Wisconsin Butternut High School Primary Course Primary Council. Loyola. Hobart. Laura K. "Hob” Wausau. Wisconsin Marathon County Training School State Graded Prin. Hiking. Rural I ife Club. Pait thirty-iix'J’Ae IRIS Horn, Ida “Pai" Barron, Wisconsin Barron I ligh School Junior I ligh School Course Round Table. Huber, Leslie “Rusty” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School I jigh School Course Porum, Vice-President. Hudson, Winifred “Win Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High School Primary Course Primary Council. Basket Bull. Hurd, Phyllis “Phil" Fificld. Wisconsin Fificld High School Primary (xxirse Loyola. Primary Council. Basket Ball. Jem erson, Ruth M. "J B" Strongs Prairie, Wisconsin Friendship High School Primary (xjursc Primary Council President. Pointer Staff, Choral Union. Jesmier, Kathryn “Kay" Wisconsin Rapids. Wisconsin Lincoln High School Junior High School Course Grammar Round Table. Jones. Nellie C. “NdT Packwaukcc, Wisconsin Westfield High School Primary Course Primary Council. Po e thiriy-sevenIRIS .Jones. Lawrence "Sunshine” Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Wood County Normal State Graded Prin. Orchcst ra. Kaufman, Hildkcarde "Dutch” Glidden, Wisconsin Glidden High School Grammar ( bourse Loyola, Round Table. Kkffner, Theda B. "Ted” Almond, Wisconsin Almond High School High School Course Forum. Basket Ball. Volley Ball. I liking. Y. W. C. A. Kleist. Florence "Pest” West Allis. Wisconsin West Allis I ligh School I k mc Fconomics Course Iris Staff. Glee Club. Choral Union. Klimowicz, Alice Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Primary Course Primary Council, Loyola. Kocher, Helen M. Withcc. Wisconsin Colcsburg High School. Iowa Primary Course Primary Council. Glee Club. Y. W. C. A Koslik. Mary "Cowslip” Haugen. Wisconsin Rice Lake High School Home Fconomics Course Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club. Pas«thirly-tuhty ve IRIS Kramer, Lester A "Dutch" Hawkins. Wisconsin Hawkins High School High School Course Football “S." Basket Ball "S." Krause, Irene "Rene" Shawano. Wisconsin Shawano High Sch(x l Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. I liking. Volley Ball. Krumm, Grace "Crumb" Argonne, Wisconsin Argonne High School Junior High School Course Grammar Round Table. Y. W C. A. Hiking. Krumm. Viola "Ole" Argonne. Wisconsin Argonne I ligh Sch x | Grammar Course Grammar Round Table Larkin. Thelma "Lark" Black River Falls. Wisconsin Black River Fulls High School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Glee Club. Science Club. Pointer Staff, Y W. C. A Larson. Emma S. "Em" Abbotsford, Wisconsin Abbotsford High School Primary Course Primary Council. Lawrie, Violet "Ted” Auburndalc. Wisconsin Aubumdalc High School High School Ccnjrsc Y. W. C. A.. Forum - Secretary, Pointer - Editor-in-Chief. Choral Union. Debate. t.r au-x’tvc Pate thirty-tuner Ae IRIS Leak. Louis C "Louie" Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High School Junior High School Course root Ball "S.” Basket Ball, Track. Round Table. Iris Staff. Minstrel Quartet Leary, Genevieve "Leary” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Primary Council. Loyola. Hockey. Lei»pla, Lydia "Lid' Appleton, Wisconsin Appleton High School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club - Vice-President, Choral Union. Y. W. C. A. Operetta. Le Roux. Nora "No-No" Wood County Training School Supervisors Course Rural Life Club. Loyola - Secretary. Lewis, Harriet "Hattie” Westfield, Wisconsin Moncello High School Junior High School Course Y. W. C. A.. Grammar Round Table. Londo. Bertha Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin Sturgeon Bay High School 'Bert” Home Economics Course Pointer Staff. Home Economics Club. Y W C A - President. Look, Lulu Sheboygan. Wisconsin Sheboygan High School Junior High School Course "Lit" LfWonM Past fortyIRIS Ludwig, Ethel ”Eth" Port I Edwards, Wisconsin Nckoosa High School Primary Course Loyola. Primary Council, Hockey McCabe, Rum Marie "Rufus” Sparta Wisconsin Sparta High School Primary Course Loyola Primary Council McClyman. Neva "Slim” Kilbourn. Wisconsin Kilboum High School Home Economics Course Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club. Volley Ball. Basket Ball. McClyman, Nina "Mac” Kilbourn. Wisconsin Kilbourn High School Home Economics Course Y. W. C. A., I lomc Economics Club, Volley Ball, Basket Ball. McKay, Vera "Mac" Rhinelander. Wisconsin Rhinelander High School Junior High School Course Grammar Round Table. Choral Union. Y. W. C. A. McQueen, Myra "Mukey” Poynette, Wisconsin Poynette 1 ligh School Primary Course Primary Council. Y. VV. C. A. McVey. Durward "Mac Withce, Wisconsin Withcc High School High School Course Forum. Pas ofly-vr 4'JKe IRIS Macomber, Charles E. "Mac" New Lisbon. Wisconsin New Lisbon High Sch xil Junior High School Course Men's Glee Club Forum. Choral Union. Minstrel Quartet. Manley. Fred W. "Fritz" Bancroft. Wisconsin Bancroft I ligh School I ligh Sch x»| Course Football "S.” Track. Forum. Manthey. Agnes "Ag" Princeton. Wisconsin Princeton High School I lomc Economics Course Home Economics Club. Glee Club. Loyola. Hiking. Merritt. Erma G. "Bibt” Dunbar. Wisconsin Goodman High School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club Y W C. A Hiking. Merrili . Harry "Harry" Antigo, Wisconsin Anti go High School l angjade County Normal State Graded Prin Iris Staff. Rural Basket Ball. Mikulich. Frances I.a Siii-ani Stevens Point Wisconsin Aurora I ligh School Primary Course Primary Council. V W. C A. Milspauch. Dorothy Mae "Dot" Minoequa, Wisconsin Minoequa High School Primary Course Primary Council. LF.KU«n «ve Pat on wmjrJAe IRIS Minton. Grace I. "Gracious Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca High School Milwaukee Normal School Primary Course Primary Council. Morgan. Gertrude "Tofjsy" Amherst. Wisconsin Amherst High School I ligh School Course Y. W. C. A, Forum. Hockey. Basket Ball. Munn. Jennie "Jen • Iron licit. Wisconsin Iron Belt High School Grammar Course Grammar Round Table. V. W. C A Nabp. Ci.ara Belleville. Wisconsin Belleville High School Junior I ligh School Course Round I able. Nelson. Ella “AW” Medford. Wisconsin Taylor County Normal Junior 1 ligh School Course Round Table. Ni-.lsok. Isi.a Amherst. Wisconsin Amherst High School Primary Course Primary Council. Nelson. Laura "Patsy" Medford. Wisconsin Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Y. W. C A Put orly-thrct Ae IRIS Nelson, Mai Medford. Wisconsin Medford High Sclxx l Junior High School Course-Round Table. Basket Ball. Norton, Ione ’Wort" Brooklyn. Wisconsin Oregon I ligh School Home economics Course l.oyola. Home Economies Club. Choral Union. Science Club, Operetta. Nock. Mabel "Mae” New London. Wisconsin New London High School Home Economics Course Y. W. C. A . Home Economics Club. Choral Union. Hiking. Operetta. Nygard, Selma “Sally" Mt. I loreb. Wisconsin Mt. I loreb High School I lomc Economics Course I fame Economics Club - President, Science Club. Basket (fall. Overman, William “Bill” Clintonvillc. Wisconsin New London Training School Oshkosh Normal Prin. State Graded Course Debate, Oratory, Forum. Otto, Alta “All" Amherst. Wisconsin Amherst High School Primary Course Primary Council. Y W. C. A. Papke, Charles A. "Pap” Butternut, Wisconsin Price County Normal School State Graded Course Men’s Glee Club. Rural Life Club. Choral Union. Pat• Jotty-Jourr Ae IRIS Patterson. VIarii- "Pal” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Primary Course Loyola Primary Council. Payne. Georgia Rose "Doda" Wisconsin Rapids. Wisconsin Lincoln High School Junior High School Course Round Table. Payton, Ten a "Payton" Shiocton, Wisconsin Shiocton High School Junior High School Course Round Table. Y W C A Pidoe, Hilda "Piddt" Manawa. Wisconsin Little Wolf High School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Orchestra. Y W. C. A. Pietenpol. Josephine "Jo" Granton. Wisconsin Granton High Scliool Junior High School Course basket Ball. Operetta. Choral Union. Hockcv. Hiking. Iris Staff Pietenpol. Marjorie Granton. Wisconsin Ncillsville High School "Mu figs' igh Junior High School Course Basket Ball. Choral Union. Volley Ball. Hockey - Captain. Hiking. Pi-ayman, Ethel M. ".Alton" Stevens Point. Wisconsin High School Course Forum. Y. W. C A. Putt orty-fis • r "Me IRIS Porter. Nina G. Wisconsin Rapids. Wisconsin Wisconsin Rapids High School Primary Course Loyola Primary Council Powell, Harley J. Coloma. Wisconsin Hancock High School High School Course Treasurer - Senior Class. Pointon-ians. Forum. Basket Ball. Pratt. Sybil Isabelle Friendship. Wisconsin Friendship High School Primary Course Loyola. Primary Council. Choral Union. Hiking. Priar. Mary E. New Lisbon. Wisconsin New Lisbon High School Juneau County Training School Intermediate Course Y. W C A.. Round Table. Hiking Protsman, Ruth Merrill. Wisconsin Merrill High School Intermediate Course Y. W C A. Grammar Round Table. Hiking. Punswick, Eva Stratford, Wisconsin Stratford High School Primary Course Primary Council. Y W C. A Purdy. Gi.adys "Glad” Oxford. Wisconsin Oxford High School Primary Course Y W C A . Primary Council Pax or ty lxrJhe IRIS Raleigh. Mary Stratford. Wisconsin Marathon County Norma! State Graded Course Lovoln, Rural Life Club. Rammer. Geraldine "Jerry" Appleton, Wisconsin Appleton High School High School Course Forum. Debate, Oratory. Y W.C.A. I lockcv. President - Sophomore Class. Rand. Elsie Bear Creek. Wisconsin New London High School Intermediate Course Grammar Round Table. Hiking. Operetta. Raymaker. Julia "Julie" Green Bay. Wisconsin Green Bay I liRh Schtxil Primary Course Choral Union. Lovoln. Hiking. Primary Council. Pep Club. Redfieu). John Aloes "Perky" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Foot Ball "S." I X’bnte - Captain. Extempore Speaker. Forum. Advertising Manager of the Iris. Pep Club. Rellahan. Margaret "Fiji” Stevens Point, Wisconsin Stevens Point High School High School Course Kditor-in-Chief of h: Iris. Loyola. Pep Club, Forum. Rice, Lillian "bunny" Weyuuwega I ligh School Primary (bourse Primary Council. Basket Ball Hiking. Hockey. Page forty-jevtn"JAe IRIS Risser. Evelyn "Ev" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevem Point High School Primary Course Primary Council Rode. Avis "Oh" Ogdensburg. Wisconsin Ogdensburg High School I lomc Economics Course Home Economics Club. Basket Ball. Rof.pcke. I Iazel Rhinelander. Wisconsin Rhinelander High School Junior High School Course Y W C A.. Round Table I liking Roe title, Caro D. • "Abie" Butternut. Wisconsin Butternut High School High School Course Loyola. Men’s Glee Club. Forum. Ross. Esther Rock Rapids. Iowa Rock Rapids High School Primary Course Primary Council. Russell. Marii: A. Bancroft. Wisconsin Academic Course S I3. N. Junior High School Course Round Table. Y. W C A Ryan. Andrew "Buck" Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca High School High School Course [ batc. Pointer Staff, Iris Staff. Track "S.” President - Loyola, Pep Club Putt forty- ilhlIRIS Ryan. Helen Margaret “Shorty" Argyle. Wisconsin Monroe High School Junior High School Course Loyola. Round Tabic Debate. Ryan, Margaret "Mickey" Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca High School High School Course Forum. Loyola, Volley Stair Ball. Iris St. Clair. Orrin I). "Sonny” 1 lawkins. Wisconsin Hawkins High School High School Course Basket Ball "S." Foot Forum, Y. M. C A. Ball “S.” Saciitjen, Elizabeth “Belly” Plainfield. Wisconsin Blanchardvillc High School I lomc Economics (bourse I lomc Economics Club. Y. W. C. A. Science Club. SaCHTJEN, Rutii "Rufus” Plainfield, Wisconsin Blanchardvillc I ligh Sch x l Primary Course Y. W. C. A., Primary Council. Hockey. Sai.ii-r, Floy "Sheba" S. Germantown. Wisconsin Menominee Falls High School I lomc Economics Course Salter, Minnie H. "Tiltie" Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Fond du Lac High School Grammar Course Round Table. Page o iy-ninerMe IRIS ScHRAMEL. Ben C. "Barh:r" Antigo. Wisconsin Park Falls High School High School Course President of Sophomore Class. Forum. Loyola. Debate. Pointer Staff, lris£tuff. Schwingel, Gladys "Shintie" Avoca. Wisconsin Muscoda High School I lome Economics Course Home Economics Club. Y WC A I liking Scott. Margaret “Scotty" Munawa. Wisconsin Manawa I ligh School Primary Course Loyola. Primary Council. Choral Union. Hiking. Operetta. Sell. Vernetta Runt 'Batchy” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School High School Course Forum. Y W C A Shaffer. Wilma M. "Bill" Almond Wisconsin Almond High School Primary Course Y W C A.. Primary Council. Soloist. Operetta. Choral Union Smampnor. Etiierl Oregon. Wisconsin Oregon J ligh School Primary (bourse Primary Council Y W C A Sheidon. Stella R "Shelly" New London. Wisconsin New London High School High Sch x l Course Y W C. A . Iris Staff Volley Ball Choral Union. Forum Pat fi tyrJAe I RIS Shie. Mae Winifred Tomah. Wisconsin New Lisbon High Schtxil Primary Course Primary Council. Loyola. Volley Ball. Singer, Arline "Ollie" Elcho. Wisconsin Elcho High School Junior High School Course Loyola. Basket Ball Volley Bull. Hiking. Smith. Esther "Smiliy" Appleton. Wisconsin Appleton High School Home Economics Course Y. W C. A. Home Economics Club. Choral Union. Hiking. Operetta. Smith, Harlan "Smiliy'' Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca I ligh Sch x)l High School Course Forum, Men's Glee Club Smith. Lorella Ox ford. Wiscons j n Oxford High School Intermediate Course-Round Table. Smith. Jeanette M. "Smithy” Stevens Point, Wisconsin Waupaca High School High School Course Loyola. Forum. Spektor, Frank "Speck" Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High School High School Course Forum. Paie fijly-oru"hr IRIS Stbhfeck. Lucile I. Rib I-akc. W isconsin Rib Lake High School Primary Course Primary Council. Basket Ball. Volley Ball. Choral I nion. Stephenson, Lucille "Sieve” Scandanavia. Wisconsin (Central Wisconsin College Primary Council, Y. W ( . Hiking Sti:»»p. Clara Stevens Point. Wisconsin Amherst High .School Primary Course Primary Council Stewart, Violet "Vi” Bruce. Wisconsin Bruce High School Grammar Course Round Table. Y. W. C. A. Seward, Mary Alice Lake Mills Wisconsin Lake Mills I ligh School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Y. W C Stoodaro. Hazel "Haz” Fond du Lac Wisconsin Fond du Lac I ligh School Home Fconomics Course Home Economics Club. Y. W. C. Y Taylor, Eleanor Georgia "Elty" NewLisbon, Wisconsin New Lisbon High School Primary Course Primary C-ouncil. Hiking, Y W C A. Pate i iy-luvyAe IRIS TERRIL, BESSIE K. 7W Momcilo. Wisconsin Berlin High School Primary Course Primary Council. Loyola. I liking Basket Ball. Volley Ball. Tess. Merlin “Tm r" Almond. Wisconsin Almond High School High School Course F x t Ball "S.” Forum Thompson. Rutii E. Ru us” Colfax. Wisconsin Colfax High School St. Olaf College High School Course Forum. Y W C. A.. I liking. Volley Ball. Hockey. Trumbull, Faith “Matty" Racine, Wisconsin Racine I ligh School Home Economics Course Associate Editor of the Iris. I Ionic Economics Club. Operetta. Ullmann. Leonard C. “Nut" Butternut. Wisconsin Butternut High School High School Course Foot Ball "S." Glee Club. Forum. Utes, Evi-.lyn "Ef" Stevens Point, Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Primary Course-Primary Council. Van Hecke, Mary “Van" Stevens Point Wisconsin Stevens Point I ligh Sch x l Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Science-Club. Patf fijiy4hrt yA.e IRIS LF.Kle«nnve Van. Susteren. Octavia West DcPcrc, Wisconsin West DcPcrc High School Primary Course Primary Council. Loyola Vaughn, Hassell “l-lass” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School I ligh School Course Foot Ball “S,” Forum. Vreoer. Barbara “Bab" High School Course Forum. Science Club. Velcheck. Alice E. “Al" Thorpe. Wisconsin Thorpe High Sch x l Primary Cxxjrsc Loyola. Primary Council. I liking. Choral Union. Vi.lchi.ck. Clara M. "Spark” Thorpe. Wisconsin Thorpe High School Grammar Course Round Table. Loyola. I liking. Choral Union. Vos Berg. Jeanette ".Vi• " Mosince, Wisconsin Lodi High School High Schix)l Course Forum Waldo. Addie Westfield. Wisconsin Wot field I ligh ‘school Home Economics (curse Home Economics Club. Y W. C A. Operetta. ! at A iy ouirJhe IRIS Walterbach. Harold “Hi” Marshfield High School High School Course Forum. Dramatics. Y M C A Wachs, Emily R. “Em" Merrill. Wisconsin Merrill High School Primary Course Y. Y. C A.. Primary Cour.cil Weaver. Rachel “Rjch” Iron I-iolt Wisconsin Iron Belt High Sch x ! High Schcxjl (fours'.' Forum. Y. W. C. A Iris Stuff Webb. Bethana “Beth” New Auburn. Wisconsin Home Economics Course Home Economics Club. Y Y C Webster James E. “Jim” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Almond High School High School Course Basket Ball. Choral Union. Forum. Weisenberckr, Clara “Tcrchv” Arcadia. Wisconsin Arcadia I ligh School Home Economics (bourse Loyola. Home Economics Club. Hiking. Welch. Tiieresabei.i. "Toots" Stockton. Wisconsin Stevens Point I ligh School Home Economics Course Home Economics Club, l.oyolu. Choral Union. Iris Stuff. Soloist. Operetta. PagS'JhQ IRIS Welke. Fearne M. "Smiles” Coloma, Wisconsin Westfield High Sch K»l Intermediate Course Y. W C.. A . R n.rxl Table. Welker, Mabel "Mobs” Coddington. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Primary Course Primary Council, Soloist, Operetta, I liking, Hockey. Choral I nion. Wkltman, Marian "Mary Ann” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Grammar Course Round Table. Wilson, Jeanette "Jennie” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point I ligh School. Pointer Staff. Iris Staff. Oratory. Round Table - President. Winter, Amy "Amy” I loncon Wisconsin Horicon High Scl x l Home Economics Cxxirsc I lomc Economics Club. Y W. C. A. Witcpalek. Ruin "Witztc' Algoma. Wisconsin Algoma High School Primary Course Primary Council, Loyola. Wohlgemuth, Laura Mcllen, Wisconsin Mcllcn Tligh Sch(x)| Primary Course Primary Council. Y. W. C. A. Pustjtjiy-itiOfte IRIS Van Sustern. Oct avia West DePere. Wisconsin West DePere High School Primary Course Primary Council Wright, Hope "Bob” Grant on. Wisconsin Granton I ligh Sch x l Junior High Sch x l Course Hiking Yankee, Lavellb Butternut. Wisconsin Butternut High Sch K l Primary (burse Primary Council, Y. W. C. A. ZtiMAN, VlOLETTE Melrose, Wisconsin Melrose I ligh School Primary Course Primary Council. Y. W. C. A. Hiking. Betthauser. Catherine Tomah, Wisconsin Tomah High School Rural Supervisor Course Raasocii, Marian Nclsonvillc. Wisconsin Amherst I ligh Sch x l Primary Course Primary Council. Reinhart, Harold J. “Remy” Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High $ch x I High School Course Debate, Oratory. Foot Ball. Orchestra. Men's Glee Club. Forum. Choral Union Pane'JAe IRIS Doyle, Grace Stevens Point. Wisconsin Primary Course Primary Council I Iorswell. Helen Black River f'alls Wisconsin Black River Falls I ligh School La Crosse Normal I niversitv of California. Berkeley Primary Course Primary Council. Y. W. C A. Nickel, Mabel Jobyna Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High Sch x l Primary Course Primary Council. Y. W C. A. Hockey. Sali m. Hulim Portage. Wisconsin Portage High School I ligh School Course Forum. Sc Eger, Jean Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Primary (bourse Primary Council Waller. Lalia "Lai” Nclsonvillc. Wisconsin Amherst High School Primary Course Primary Council. Devine. Mamie K. Waldo. Wisconsin Plymouth High School State Graded Course Frank, Earl Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School Special. Holman, George Stevens Point. Wisconsin Stevens Point High School High School Course Foot Ball ’ll. ’ll, ’13. Captain ’14. Kronenwetter. Irene Mosinee. Wisconsin Wausau High School Primary (bourse Primary Council. Loyola Pate fijiy-eitf 'JAe IRIS B wnpy JBW1C SCOTTY Bun NOLLY SHELBY Pat« ftjly-nint'JAe IRIS mmy — Pagt tixiyIRIS ■PORKY rficKry Page xixty-ont Senior Class Will WE. the Senior class of 1914 of the Stevens Point Normal School under the impression that we arc of sound mind and body do hereby respectfully bc-queuth to the Junior Class, its sole heirs, the following:— “The hours spent here, dear hearts" with all due measure of honor and regret. The respect and all the courtesy which we had for the rules and customs of this, our Alma Mater. .Several copies of “O Sole Mio" (considered by some the national anthem of the institution) to be fervently used at Thursday morning song service. To the entire Junior Class we have some thesis topics for next year’s use. "The Present Tariff On Peanuts.” "Why is Mutt Taller Than Jeff "Where Docs the White of the Snow Go When it Melts?” "How High is Up?” "Why is the Ocean Built so Close to Shore'" These arc good subjects at least for thought if some of you do not think it will be necessary for you to w rite a thesis next year. Ella Achtcrbcrg and Walter Bruce, co-partners in romance leave the west end of Main Hall to Lucille Lamb and Valerian Wiesner. Porky Rcdfield leaves to Francis Knopc. the right to make clever assembly announcements in view of the fact that Cy has some line. Lee Guerin passes on the harem willed to him last year to Val Bird. Cecil Card to Genevieve Murray the secret of writing 100% themes for Burroughs class. Josephine Breary to Winifred Bums the pep of the Primary Class—Bring them through with a grand 1 loo rah"! Martha Ellsworth to Connie Davis "the man of the hour”—Freddie Margaret Rcllchan leaves her present position, and its a hard one. to some persevering Junior. Myron Finch’s salesmanship qualities to Ruby Tillcson—we understand she has a contract for selling ivory combs in this section of the state. St. Clair’s popularity to Mildred Novotony Ruth Anderson leaves a copy of "Acres of Diamonds” to Alice Benson. Louis Leak sadly—with tears in his eyes leaves his "popularity girl" to Lcs Reynolds. Esther Smith’s vamping ability to Eleanor Withcc. The cottage life we leave to the Junior boys—We are sorry to say that there arc only seven nites in a week. The dormitory davenports to Herrick and Ham Williams. Faith Trumbull her shape (Sewing III; to Dorothy Dixon. The “House of Koss" advice, “blow to be Happy Though Married” to Rusty H and Anabcllc C. In witness whereof, we have signed and sealed and published this, our last will and testament, at Stevens Point. Wisconsin. June 5. 1924. Smith Davis—President Gladys Cxx n—Acting Attorney. Pat miy-inoIRIS Junior Class Virgil Herrick. Helen (Donaldson Lillian Klemme OFFICERS ..........................President . Vice-President . . . .Secretary nnd Treasurer Page ilxiv-thrrfr Ae IRIS Ambrose Appleton Asmundsen Benson Bocyink Boles Breed Bruce Chapman Christenson Clcvcs Cramer Cummings Darling Davis Dexter Dixon Donaldson libhc Lftclund Page »ixty-JourrJhe IRIS Grkkwn Foreman Code I talvorson Membre Feldkamp Gallagher Gunderson Mamikon I Icrrick Flanagan Get king llaan Handke Hauer Food Goetz Mall Monks Honwill Pate inly-fit IRIS Mum Icy Kaiser Kellihcr Klauck Klcminc Knopc KolschcJ Konkc Kondzilla Krause Kussman Lamb M. Lamb J. I_auric Lipka Lucia l.ukc' Mniz Mcluiughlin Menzel Pat xixty-six'SAe IRIS Merriman A. Obon Owen Peterson Purath Meyer C. Obon D. Paulson Potts Rasmussen MkJgarJ Otto O. Paulson Prust Reeder Ncllar Over beck S. Paulson l ieschner Salter Pat iiuy-i«rn 7Ae IRIS Shaw St cine it Thompson Werner Shoaff Stenscth Tcsch White Withec Smoot Swenson Towers Weisner O'Keefe Soli Theis Went land Williams Pai sixty i(.htVAe iris conniL mb HAM DUTCH SGftrcORE CARMEf BUflM Pagt iixly-runc"JAe IRIS WALT Booby virg EDPIE ; . Pat seventyIRIS Weaver Murray Atkinson Sobhomore Class President OFFICERS . Percy Weaver Secretary Genevieve Murray Treasurer Chester Alkin on 1 0ge tcvtnly-oncIRIS Fir si Row Kuhl. Lmby. Celling. Tillison. Stark. Franz. Bannoch. Monattersky, Allen. Lcpinski. Sooond Rou GcllinK. Krembaki. Cook. Whittaker. Jensen. Kolko. Monastersky. Mace. Hebal. Gillim. Third Rou Bannach. Wchon. Foote. Shiprcy. BlackKxirs. Moeller. Fllandson. I tort. Bctlach. Morgan. Vetter. Fourth Rou Fish. Syms. Bound. Murray. Weaver. Vaughn. Atkinson. See. Kronz. Sophomore Class KNOW THEM BY THESE i. Percy Weaver: "Oh, Lcnora, how about that?" 2 Chet Atkinson: Oh. so modest and shy. blushes at every wink of her eye j. Genevieve Murray: Forever laughing and chatting. 4- Mary Gustin: "Who do you suppose I had a date with last night?" 5- Edward Cook: “After all. you know, its quality and not quantity that counts.” b. Edward Jensen: "We really are inseparable,—Ed and I." 7. Bernice Vinklc: "Have you seen Harold any place?” 8. Elizabeth Collins: “What will we do with all of this pep?" 9 Joe Lcpinski: "Didn’t you know this was leap year?” 10. Fred Kuhl: "Its awful complicated business, this, you know!" 11. Ruby Tillison: "Well. Wilma, what shall wc do now?" 12. Max Monastersky: "I oves to 'Trip it on a light fantastic toe.’ " ij. Florence Bctlach: "Now Billie, remember me'” Put snxnxyAwoe IRIS High School Department THE High School Department has shown the other organizations that it is able to uphold all of the old standards of the Forum, and its members have-even entered new fields of activities; namely, Glee Club, Orchestra, and Dramatics. Under the able, careful and friendly supervision of our Director. Mr. Smith, and his assistant. Miss Jones, this Department has become a leader in S P. N. We arc not only an important factor in the scholastic, forensic, athletic, and musical fields, but the school always finds the Forum members ready to adapt themselves to any school functions. The Department is growing and we arc glad to welcome any faculty member into our society, who shows that he or she has a desire to see the organization advance. Miss Evans has shown her interest and loyalty to the Forum, so we unanimously voted to make her an honorary member. "When as school-mates we have parted, and our lessons all arc done,” we will still have happy memories of the friendships made in this Department und in our Alma Mater. ! itmitythre VAe IRIS Pate sei nty- our —'- A.g IRIS First Rou Salem. Fran . Bourxl. (.al'aghcr. Jum. Rellahan. Bole . Marl. Stark, Weaver. Sheldon. I. Betlach. Socond Rou Murray. Bllandson. Bunnoch. Wuldon. Foatc. Shippcy. Dixon. Blackburn. Smith. Burn . I a»nc. Keffncr. Thompson. Vetter. Illleson Third Rem Cleaves. Anderson. Playman. Halverson. Fbbe. Kelley. F Bctlach. Morgan. DmgJcdctn. Celling. Von Berg. Collins. Miss Jones. Ryan. Fourth Rou Stcnscth. Syms. Licbcrg. Marsh, Donaldson. Mr Smith. Vaughn. Burrows. Fish, Vccdcr. Moeller. I'irst Rou M Monaxtcrsky. Wcisncr. Kriintt. Hcbal. Celling, Purnth. Finch, Anderson. Weaver. Krcmbski. Reinhart. Lapmvki, Kolka. .Second Rou Ryan. Webster. Bannaeh. Kamlus. Schramel. Manley. Knope. Opperman. HanJkc. Atkinson. Hctacl. Losby. Jensen. Third Rou Spccktor. Mien. Chaney. Kuhl. Bruce. Powell. Roethig. Koch. Maslowski. Williams, Kramer. Mis Jones Fourth Row Smith. H Monastersky. I runk. Tcss. BirJ. Mr. Smith. Cummings. Reynolds. Rcdficld. Cook. Morns. Pot sncnty-Jne'Jhe IRIS Pag settnly-itxyAe IRIS Pogt imniy-imnVAe IRIS Home Economics Department THE success of this department is due to our able director Miss Allen. For a number of years she has worked to make the deportment efficient in every respect and has succeeded so well that it cannot be excelled by any other school in the state. The coming school year of 1924-if marks the end of the t wo year course and all courses from then on will be three or four years. This b on improvement over the two year course because the student has the advantage of three rather than two years of preparation. In spite of the fact that the course has been extended no decrease is the number of enrollments is expected People arc beginning to realize the splendid field which is open to students graduating from this course The teaching profession is not the only work open to its graduates. They may complete their training for Dietetics in some hospital. they may take up work in hotel management, and other lines of work as well. The possibilities of this department arc just beginning to be noticed and there is no end to the achievements to be accomplished The extended course is bound to be a success under Miss Allen’s direction. Her extensive education and remarkable ability cannot fail to bring success to the department. Page sn+nty-fithtIRIS I'tru Row. Klcist. Coon. Trumbull. Sachtjen. Nynard, LorvJo, Anderson. Rode. Nelson. McClyman. Piddle. Meyer. SfconJ Row Krause. Gehl, Wtisenberger. Webb. lurkin. Ellsworth. Manthey. auistcnson, Gregy. Salter. Kozlik. Leppla Third Rou Birr, MamiRan. Winter, Campbell. Schwingel. Nock, McQyman. Welch. Seward. Hathaway. Chitwtod. Fourth Rou Goldthorpc. Hochtrut. Merret, Doolittle. Allen. Smith. Brondcmuehl. Kohnkc. Norton. I'tru Rou Lamb. Gunderson. Peterson. I luntly. Hinson. Goetz. Eungland. Mem man. Hanson Second Rou Novotny. Asmundsnn. Werner. Ward. Custard. Gaybart. R hrbom. Bingham. Olson. Heuer. Third Rou Rose. Olson. School!. Btdytnk. Kaiser. Darling. Davis. HsnniRun. Tcsch. Ha an Hembrr Fourth Rou Smoot. Appleton, hlnuks. Menzel. Allen. Lucia. Owen. Wilhee. Milgatd. itieiuy-mne'j xq iris Page eightyrMe IRIS Grammar Department A STUDENT of the Grammar Department may be taking the Junior High School, the Intermediate, or the Two Year English Course. The most remarkable growth in any course in school in the last three years has been the Junior High School through the direction of our department adviser. Mr. Watson. Four years ago there were but a very few students enrolled in this course. Now we have fifty-four students and a promise of more every year. Beginning next year, three years will be required to finish the course. Thru the departmental club. "The Round Table.” the students "get together" about once a month and either enjoy a splendid program or hear an address on some problem of general interest. The members of this department arc represented in all school activities as the orchestra, oratory debate, and athletics, as well as the religious organizations of the school. Patt tighiy-oneIRIS Ftrtt Row Fond. Card. Mc kimber. NVcmland. Herrick. Leak. Chapman. Kluck. Second Rou Crandy. Nelson, horsier. Naef. Ryan. R iepkc. Fermemch. Amrrcniorp. Look. Thud Rou. Zadke. C-ushmon. Krum. Payton. Anderson. Daw. Goldthorpc. Fk m. SiriRer. Boyles. I amon. Founti Row. Lewis. Chamberlain. Forster, Kurwrt. Nelson, Pcitenpol. J Pcitcnpnt. H Wnjiht. Jcrmicr. Kufalt. Fijth Rou Todd. Paine. Russell. Brcitenstcin. Watson. McKay. Brown. Wilson Tint Rou Mitchell. Lamb. Dustin. Franzot. Smith. Lukes. Wethman. Ell. Cctzlaf Srtond Row: HaiKht. Feldkamp. Kaufman. Salter, Bachman. Stewart. Vechek, Gates. Wclke. Fullmer. (.nejicr. Third Rou Breed. Mate. Swenson. Hamilton. Priar. Schmcllinjt. Otto. Protsmon. Rond. HartwiK. Ambrose Fourth Row Bier. Kischc. Mordt. Watson. IVmner. Prat . Fischer Pogf nthly-tur IRIS The Primary Department THE aim of the Primary Department as we all know, is to train the students taking this course, to become efficient teachers of the kindergarten and the lirst three grades. It gives to the Primary student teachers an understuxlingof child life and child development and information that rouses responsibility for the right a child should have in his school career and in his life’s journey We. as Primary student teachers, are very proud of and grateful to Mr Dclzcil. our Director, who has an cver-ready smile of encouragement Through his efforts he has made our work vital and profitable, with the aid of Miss Brevad. Miss Pritchard. Miss Gove Miss Ole son. Miss Ivey, and Mr Herrick; consequently we Primaries enjoy our work to the utmost. The Primary Council, our department society through its instructive and interesting programs held every two weeks, also has helped us in our training for efficiency. Our interests which are centered mostly around the little folks do not hold our thought - to that one thing exclusively, for we arc always found ready and active in all events pertaining to our Stevens Point Normal Sch x l. M. H. S. 14. .! ■ uhirlh'‘tVAe IRIS l'iru Rou Wohlgemuth, Achcrhcrg. Hurd. Milljpaugh. Mikulich. Lud ig. Nelson. Waller. I:gnu. Hcrtreucr Second Row Schallcr, Seiner. Sieflcck. Hirst. Croher. Pumwick. Adams. Yankee. Witcpolch. Frcitag. Brit . Grover. Lkmovitcz Thud Rou Porter, Haymaker. Scott. Stephenson. Otto. Shampnor. Rice. S an Sustern. Brcary. Fuller. Welker. Buche. N. Jones. Shie. Bushc. Rassoch. Fourth Row Bowers. Ross. Ely. Herrick. Purdy. Altenberger. Vakhcck. Risscr. L’tes. Frogncr. Anderson. Wachs. Zerrum. Danielson. Larson. Pratt. l-'i ih Row Jeffervm. Sachtcn. Kochcr. McCabe. E Jones. George. Dclrell. Forester. I luilxn, Abel. Terrill. McQueen. Esmond. First Rou McOmald. McLaughlin. Salter. I tollman. Thompson. Jennings. Le Tourncau •Second Rou Cramer. Kcffner. Scharf. Bastain. Christenson. Williams. Burns. Shu . Foreman Thud Rou I’rust. Klcmmc. White. Kclliher. Flick. Steiner. Fdch. Wiley. ChatliclJ. SJielNurrve. I lorsville. I gel and I'ouith Rou Soli. Towers, Ncuville. Simpson. I.ipko. Kamp. Fischer. Krause. Lamkira. I lull. Rasmussen Rou Benson, Mularkcy. Kulchit. Skecl. Frank. Ddzdl. cllar. Manthc. Mcllsc. Gcthings Page tighty-fmirSfte IRIS l‘ ige eithty-Jnx Lt bSL "SAdRlS Benson’s Sparkle r almost lost the Game Posted at y:oo ahA K«t before' Then the G a nd RusK Bulletin Board- e n m a v S 'P Pap '5 k A -S » 5— A+ S , fxy $$$$$$ rX--- - -y' ■ f BcT«r« r ifter Sweeps of pen mahStiip iyecTca u m _______ By t.U.in ifU""' Putt fighty-m'Me IRIS A J I I ERR IC»: Agnes V. Anderson Grace Benscoter. Burton Pierce. Harriet Hutson . Leah Diehl May Buell . Lillian Oleson. Mae Ivey Carolyn Gove Ida Brevao . Gladys Prichard Principal Junior High School . Junior High School—F.nglish Junior High School—History-Civics . Critic—Sixth Grade Critic—Fifth Grade . . . Critic—Fourth Grade Critic—Third Grade Critic—Third Grade Critic—Second Grade Critic—First Grade Critic—Kindergarten FOR the past four years, the Training Department has progressed very rapidly under the able leadership of Mr I ierrick It was organired when the Normal first opened in 1894 and is now considered one of the best in the state. It consists of a Primary Department. Fourth. Fifth, and Sixth Grades, and Junior High School. The Junior High School was organired in 19:0. and was named in honor of Mary D. Bradford, our first Training School principal The Normal students receive beneficial practice training under the supervision of the very efficient critics and Mr. Herrick pot IRIS htru Rou: John Eskerson, Roman Kulwsiak. Carl Berndt. Raymond Vaughn. E. Lukasavitz, Edward Hoffman. Victor Lis. Mr. Pierce. H Zclcski. John Fims.D. Briseldon. J. Konapocki.J Somers. Edward Baker. V. Zurowski. W. Engbretson. J Kabot. Stxond Row Miss Berucoter. T. Smith. E. Konopacki. E. Grower. G Golla. M Przybylskl. E Bo mow-ski. E. Oteson. L. Konapacki. K. Falkosky. V. Rodxynaki. M. Whitney. H. Van Order. E. Tokarski. V. Bulard. P. Rapella. R. Piiska. Miss Anderson, r. Esker Thud Row Card. Shanka. Sanders. Ealkosky. Mailer. Rodeeka. Uronshi. T. Stoltz. Kowalski. Choate. Emery. Dean. Stuz. 1 ulga, Brill, Neale. Fourth Row Grover. Wilkins. Osotrlch. Schuw eetcr. Olson. Schfranski. Disher, Witta. Lewinski. Stankc. Vaughn. Martin. Stoffcls. Sorenson. G. Brill. l-'i ih Rou Daniels, Engbretson. Kabot. Yulga. Strike. Peterson. Wyaocki. Jablonski. I kJthman. Worzdla. Schfranski -claski. Tizehistowski. Kuhisiak. Paukcrt pa I fKby+ithRural Department 1TJE attention of leading educators is turning more and more to the field of rural education. Great conventions of teachers have strong programs devoted to this phase of education learned men and women arc beginning to see this problem and to work toward its solution, and educational institutions arc beginning to feel their responsibility in this field. ‘I his happy change is the result of the untiring efforts of a few pioneers who have never ceased the demand that all children be given equal educational opport uni tics. In the foremost group of these evangelists is our own Mr Neale. Since the beginning of his professional career, he has been directly connected w ith the rural school problem. Whether district school teacher, county superintendent, institute conductor, normal school professor, or director of teacher training he has been and always will be a real friend to the country boy and girl. As Director of Rural Education in our own school he is now devoting his entire energy to his chosen life work. Locally in the state and in the nation his power is being felt. He has built up the strongest department for training rural teachers in the state He has added a course for rural supervisors and taken o cr the department for training principals of state graded schools. His recent appointment on the Committee of One Hundred on Rural Teaching Problems is only one mark of the esteem in which he is held nationally. Locally we know that no distance is too long, no weather too inclement, no difficulty too great to keep him from helping when he is called upon, whether it is to conduct a community meeting, advise a school board instruct a rural teacher or entertain a group of children. Entirely forgetful of self, he spends his life in service for others. The seniors of his own department, leaving S. P. N. ut this commencement time, will always esteem it a privilege to do only a little in the field in which he is doing so much His example of perseverance, faith and optimism will ever be our inspiration Pagt tight y-nmtyAe IRIS Albert, Florence “Flossy" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Wisconsin Rapid High School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club. Barden, Cora Wuupaca. Wisconsin Rviral A Rural Life Club. Barr. Hazel Patsey” Greenwood, Wisconsin Greenwood High School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club. Baughman. Caroline "Carrie" Wisconsin Rapids. Wisconsin Lincoln High School. Wisconsin Rapids One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club. Rural Glee Club Beaudin, Lawrence Stevens Point. Wisconsin Junior High School Stevens Point Normal Rural A Rural Basket Ball. Rural Life Club Becker, Agnes Milladorc, Wisconsin Senior Rural A (bourse Rural Life Club Bender. Gladys Bancroft. Wisconsin Rural Senior A Rural Life Club. Page nine:yIRIS Bennett. Veryl "ttennie” Endeavor. Wisconsin Portage High School Rural B Course Rural Life Club, Rural Glee Club. Hiking. Y W. C. A. Berry. Florence Plover, Wisconsin Rural Sch x l Course A Rural Life Club. Blair. Elizabeth Marinette. Wisconsin Rural Senior A Glee Club. Rural Life Club Blom, Haroi o Pulaski. Wisconsin Scandanavia Academy Rural Department B Rural Life Club. Borsack. Beulah C. “Billie'' Coloma. Wisconsin Coloma High School One Year Rural B Course Rural Life Club. Choral l;nion. Basket Ball. Bradt. Julie W. Schenectady, New York Rural Course A Y. W. C. A.. Rural Life Club Chorus. Brown, Edith L “Edic" Endeavor, i scons in Christian Endeavor Academy Rural Course B Basket Ball, Hiking. Rural Life Club. Page ninety-oner7Ae IRIS Brown, Winifred “Winnie" Pittsvillc. Wisconsin Pittsvillc High School Rural Course Miking, Rural Life Club. Bri’SE, Bernice Stevens Point, Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club, Loyola Cate, Anna “Buddy" New Glarus. Wisconsin Belleville High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Y W. C. A . Hiking Caikr, Lila Knowlton. Wisconsin Rural (lour sc A Qiatfield, Evelyn “Eveline Coloma, Wisconsin Hancock I ligh School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club. Basket Ball. Christen, Amalie “Mollie" Edmund, Wisconsin Cobb High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Basket Ball. Cobb, George Stevens Point, Wisconsin Senior A Glee Club, Rural Life Club, Basket Ball. Pafe ninely-tuv Ae IRIS Cummings, Ralph S. Hawkins, Wisconsin Rural Senior A Foot Boll. Basket Ball. Orchestra Donaldson. Harold Shiocton. Wisconsin Shiocton High School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club, Men's Glee Club. Dunn. Lela "%v" Adams. Wisconsin Friendship High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Edminstrr, Frances "Franeux" Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca High Sch x l Rural Senior B Rural Life Club. Fausch, Violstte F. “Vi” Merrill. Wisconsin Rcvillo High Sch x l South Dakota One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club. Fr.IT. Helen M. "Nellie" Milladore. Wisconsin Marshfield High School. 3 Years Rural Course Rural Life Club. Hiking. Loyola. George, Marian Eau Plaine, Wisconsin Rural Senior B Rural Life Club. Pflti ninety-threer7A.e IRIS LPKlc»««i e Com-: Gladys “Glad" Friendship. W isconsin Friendship High Sch x | Rural Course B Rural Life Club Grab. Henry "Hunk" Wisconsin Rapids. Wisconsin Rural A Course Men’s Glee Club. Rural Basket Ball, Loyola. Grove, Loretta “Bobby" lola, Wisconsin lola High School Rural B Course Rural Life Club. Basket Ball Derozier. Ruth Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club Grube, Gladys M. Auburndalc. Wisconsin Aubumdalc High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Basket Ball. Gruba, Marian "Polly” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural A Course Loyola. Rural Life Club. Volley Ball. Hansford. Elsie "Elst" Green Bay. Wisconsin West Green Bay High School Rural Senior A Rural Life Club. Pat ninety-four7Ae IRIS Hanson, Nettie Belle “Belly" Schofield. Wisconsin Wausau High School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club Harr. Addie M. “Peggy" Sparta. Wisconsin Sparta High School Rural (x ursc Rural Life Club. Orchestra. Glee Club. Basket Ball. Hiking Hembrf.. Edna “Ed” Greenwood. Wisconsin Greenwood High School Rural Course B Hiking. Rural Life Club. Y.W.C.A. Basket Ball. Hfnricksen, Agnes “Aggie" Arkdalc. Wisconsin Friendship High School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club Herman. Raphael Glen "Glen” Black Creek, Wisconsin Shiocton High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Hever, Irene "Rente" Pittsvillc. Wisconsin Pittsvillc High School Rural Course Rural Life Club. Hiking Hochtritt, Leona Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High School Special Home Economics Hiking Y W C A “Hoch' Lf Pax ninety- it Ofte IRIS Hoshk. Anna “Nan Milladorc. Wisconsin Senior A Rural Course Loyola Rural Life Club. Houc;um, Alma “Al” Auburndalc, Wisconsin Senior A Rural Course Rural Life Club Husk. Frances J. Black Creek. Wisconsin Shiocton High School Rural Course C Rural Life Club. Basket Ball. Hiking. Jackson, Juanita “Jack" Woodford. Wisconsin Rural Senior A Rural Life Club. Hiking Glee Club. Jacobson. Buelah "Boola” lola. Wisconsin lola High School Rural Course B Y. W C A.. Rural Life Club. Hiking. Klopk. Alice “Al“ lola. Wisconsin lola High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Lewis. Carol "Befv” Randolph. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club. Y. W. C. A. Pa£ ninety-sixry .c iris Lindahl. Lenore "Turfy” Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca High School Rural (bourse Rural Life Club. Losf.y. Maf. “Sallie" Coloma. Wisconsin Coloma High Sch x l Rural Course B Rural Life Club Lou i son. Lau ra Teddy ' Amherst, Wisconsin Amherst I ligh School Rural Course Basket Ball. Rural Life Club. Hiking. Lukasavitz. Marian Rural Course A Rural Life Club. Macmovec, Clara "Jimmy" Friendship. Wisconsin Friendship High Sch x»l Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Loyola. Hiking Machovec, Wilma "Hilly" Friendship. Wisconsin Friendship High School One Year Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Loyola, Hiking McGwin. Inez "Tofay” Momcilo. Wisconsin Momcilo High School Rurul Course B Rural Glee Club, Hiking. Pate ninetystxenVAe IRIS McTicuk. Helen “Irish” Amherst. Wisconsin Amherst High School Rural Course Rural Life Club Maedf.r. Hildegarde “Hit" Campbcllsport, Wisconsin Campbcllsport I ligh School Rural Course B Martin, Doris “Dora” Stevens Point, Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club. Martin, Everett Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural Course Basket Ball. Rural Life Club. Mathe, Mildred “Mid” Almond, Wisconsin Bethel Academy Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Miller. Helen 'Milty” Stevens Point. Wisconsin Senior A Loyola. Rural Life Club. Murphy. Evelyn ”Pat‘ Greenwood. Wisconsin Greenwood High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Pat ntntty- tthl7Ae IRIS Narron. Madge Zennetta "Micke" Wausau. Wisconsin Wausau High School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club. CIcc Club. Basket Ball. Hiking. Nelson, Doris "Pete" lola. Wisconsin lola High School Rural Course B Rurul Life Club. Basket Ball Nelson, Teona Brill. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club Nbuville. Urana Stephenson. Michigan Stephenson High School Rural Course 6 Choral Union. Loyola Olshaske, Edward O. “Ed" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Senior Course A Rural Life Club. Basket Ball. Volley Ball. Loyola. Olson, Irene "Ches" lola. Wisconsin lola High School Rural (xjursc B Rural Life Club Pavlik. Mvlada D. "Lad" Milladorc. Wisconsin Millsdorc High School, z Years Senior Course A Rural Life Club. Hiking. Loyola. Pa ninety-nine'JAe IRIS Peterson. Dacne Waupaca Wisconsin Waupaca High Schcx | Rural Course B Rural Life Club, Hiking. Pederson. Velda "Slim Greenwood. Wisconsin Greenwood High School One Year Rural Course Rural Life Club. Pike, Phyllis Plover. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club. Plowman, Margaret “Peggy” Waupaca. Wisconsin Waupaca High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Basket Ball. Hiking. Ponterio, Josephine "Jo" Sparta. Wisconsin Sparta High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club, Loyola. Portz, Dorothy "Dot” Chili. Wisconsin Neillsvillc. Wisconsin Rural Senior B Basket Ball. Hiking. Rural Life Club Pratt, Veretta Bancroft, Wisconsin Rural Senior A Rural Life Club. Pate one hundred?Ae IRIS Precourt. Luman "Lm" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural Senior A Basket Ball. Rural Life Club Reinke, Mauri ia Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club. Russell. Norma "Nory Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural Senior A Basket Ball. Sherman, Clara "Co ” Plainfield. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club Sicuroson. August “St ." Detroit Harbor. Wisconsin School of Engineering. Milwaukee Rural Course A Glee Club. Orchestra, Science Club. Stknseth. Naomi "Bobby" Blue Mounds. Wisconsin Mount Horcb High School Rural Course B Basket Ball. Hiking Strauss. Wilma "Willie” Arpin. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club, Y W. C. A one hundred one"Midge” yAe IRIS Taylor. Mildred A Almond Wisconsin Amherst High Schcx. l Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Tiffany, Ruth "Rufus” Tomahawk. Wisconsin Tomahawk High School Rural Senior A Rural Life Club. Wallace, Schuyler A "Wally" Rural Course A Foot Ball MS” Basket Ball White. Bernice M. "Bernie" Black Creek. Wisconsin Shiocton High School Basket Ball Rural Life Club. Glee Club. Hiking Wroblenski. Johanna "Jo" Stevens Point. Wisconsin Rural Course A Rural Life Club. Young. Orrilla M. “Rilly” Randolph, Wisconsin Randolph High School Rural Course B. Parsons. Rosetta "Rose” Almond Wisconsin Almond High School Rural Course B Rural Life Club. Past one hundred luv'VAe IRIS l'ir i Rou Jacobsen. Parsons, NV' Mnchovec. Blom. Crab. [ eialdv n. O. Andrew . Papke. liuughman. Barden. Chat field. Second Re Feu. Hartford. Grubs. Becker. Taylor. Bennett. E. Broun. Lindahl. Hcucr. A Andrews, Blair. Third Row Miss Hanna. Miss Roach. Russell. Sikorskt, Miller. Hobart. I.c Roux, Plowman. Peterson. Wroblcwski. Fourth Rou GofTe, Albert. Maodcr. Muthic, Mr. Neale. Uaiivm. Lubaviriti. Hcnrickson. l-.nckvm. Ftru Rou E. Martin. Whitmer. M. Wrtde. Cobb. Beaudm R Cummings.'Sigurdson.iWallace. Herman. Dexter, Olshocke. Precourt.| Second Row: Strauss. Bradt, Hanson. Grube. Muse. Narron. W hite. Harr. V. Brown. Port . Nelson. Cate. Third Rou Dcroaier. Bender. MeGwin, N. Stenccth. E. Hembre. Pederson. Murphy. Barr. MeTigue. Hosek, Cater. Colson. Klope. Grose Fourth Rou Berry. I'nusch. Lewis. Bor sack. Litrcn, Miss Roach. T. Nelson. Hou gum. Christen. Edminster. Pate one hundred threeOrthman Demonstration School AT last a rural demonstration school on our campus j» a reality For a long time it has been a vision in the minds of President Sims and Prof. O W. Neale for they have known that the next step in improving rural teacher training in our school was the erection of such a building It has taken several years of patient and optimistic effort to convince legislatures, boards, and state officials that we need this project at S. P. N., but these men have never given up the idea and have finally overcome all objections. In compliment to our local regent for his strong support and ready interest, the building has been called the “Orthman Demonstration School.” The school is modern in every way. In addition to a large assembly room on the ground floor, there is a room for domestic science, one for manual training, a library alcove a text book storeroom, and two cloak rooms. There is a full basement in which a large play room has been provided to be used during unpleasant weather The students of the Department of Rural Education will do a part of their practice teaching in this building. where the organization will be carried out in accordance with our state common school manual. It will also serve as a laboratory for classes in rural school management. Although this department advocates a policy of consolidation we feel that until consolidation is more prevalent in Wisconsin we must prepare our students to do their best work in the schools to which they will go. It is hoped that those rural school officers who are plunmng new buildings or improvement in old ones will visit this model sch x l house for ideas and suggestions. We arc looking forward with happy anticipation to the opening of the ”Orth-man Demonstration School” in the fall of 1924. Put on hundred fourSfte IRIS Pag on hundred fiteIRIS Opportunity HTHIS I beheld, or dreamed in a dream: There spread a cloud of dust along a plain. And underneath the cloud, or in it. raged A furious battle, and men yelled, and sword Shocked upon swords and shields. A prince’s banner Wavered, then staggered backward, hemmed by foes. A craven hung along the battle’s edge. And thought. "Had I sword of keener steel— That blue blade that the king’s son bears—but this Blunt thing”—he snapped and flung it from his hand And lowering crept away and left the field Then came the king's son. wounded, sorebedstcod. And weaponless, and saw the broken sw'ord, Hilt-buried in the dry and trodden sand. And ran and snatched it. and with battle shout Lifted afresh he hewed his enemy down. And saved a great cause that heroic day. Edward Rowland Sil l. Pat• one hundred six♦ X ♦ 1C ATHLETICS _ ♦ K=X ♦ K ■ K—IX KJ. —JX KT.- X KTT X C 'foe IRIS Sidney ['.agi.kdi. rcer University of Wisconsin Dedication While Attending Stevens Point Normal, Sidney Eagleburcer. Willis Zorn and Dan Horn Earned Worthy Recognition Both as Students and as Outstanding Athletes. Because of the Standards They Set While at S. P. N. and Because They Sought Further Education and Attended Two of the Universities Which Are Considered Among the Best. Where They Continued to Earn Recognition, Both in the Scholastic and on the Athletic Field, They Are Chosen to Represent the Type of Successful Students Which S. P. N., Through Its Scholastic and Athletic Organizations Gives to the World. To These Three Men, the Athletic Department of the 1924 Iris. Is Respectfully Dedicated. Pate one hundred texenr Ae IRIS Coach J. E. Swetland Pa£t one hundred eifhtIRIS Athletics at S. P. N. By J E. Swetland. Athletic Director IN writing an article of this kind one hardly knows where to begin. Whether to make it retrospective or introspective, reactionary or conservative, general or detailed is the question Before I have finished, it will probably be a little of each. However, I would prefer to look into the- rosy future rather than the dark and dismal past One should be an optomist anyway in 19:4. I wish to state, nevertheless, concerning our disastrous athletic seasons just passed that they might have been worse I am absolutely certain that the last Track and Football seasons did the participants more good than any others, since I have been connected with the School. If benefits derived arc to be put ahead of games won then, we have accomplished that for which Athletics is really carried on. The teams have learned how to take defeat and come back for more; and this is something a good many critics could not possibly do. We all like to win but the men who really count arc those who can take a defeat and come back harder than ever. Eventually they will win and when they do they arc going to be all the better for their experience. The future, from a winning standpoint, looks bright; we have a good Basketball Team, we should be greatly improvedin Track,andourFootballTcam should be fifty percent better next year than it was in 191}. We will lose some good men this year but with the experienced ones back and a few good new ones we should be able to render a good account of ourselves next year The athletic activities should be enlarged. All who can should take part. We arc doing quite a bit. About jj boys get out for Football, 45 including the Rurals, for Basketball, and 40 for Track. This mcam that better than fifty per cent arc taking un active part in competitive athletics. Besides approximately 00 will pluy Volley ball and others will play Tennis. Kittcnball, and Horseshoes. The second semester we expect to have two gymnasium classes and j 5 arc taking the Coarse in Athletic Coaching These latter boys are getting practical experience in handling Girls’ Basketball and Track. All this looks good but we want more. We should have more Baseball, more Football, more Basketball, more Track, and more recreational games. But above all MORE BOYS Cximc out. and get busy. Graduates boost for more boys and a new Gymnasium! Undergraduates boost the athletics and bring us more like you. Pat one hunt!red nineTHR S«UAO Knots Cap , (elect) Wrisnkk Atkinson Captain Lieut. Cape, (elect) Pat ont hundml ten'foe IRIS Football 1Q23 THE year iqij found Stevens Point Normal facing a questionable football season with only three or four letter men back from the year before and a wealth of green material Candidates were given tryouts at different positions und it was a real task for Coach Swctland to place his material where it belonged. as most of the men were very light Regardless of our light team, we journeyed to Appleton and played our first game against Lawrence College. The outcome of the game was inevitable, as Lawrence's Team outweighed our Team by fifteen pounds to the man. and moreover. Lawrence had practically most of its men from the year before with the exception of two or three outstanding stars The game ended in a 40 to o score After this battle Coach Sw'Ctland was in a better position to decide where the different men on the squad belonged. After a week of hard practice we met here the Heavy Plattcvillc Normal Team which also outweighed our warriors. It was a windy day and kicking effectively was almost impossible. After see-sawing back and forth in the middle of the field for over three quarters of the game. Plattcvillc succeeded in "pulling a long pass.” which nine times out of ten would have been incomplete; the goal was missed and the game ended b to o against the "Pointers." With two defeats chalked up against us we prepared for our next game with Stout Institute which had run up big scores against such teams as Fort Snclling und a few- other teams always in the "Limelight." It was in this game that the real "Purple and Gold” spirit and fight was at its highest degree. Again outweighed. our boys battled back and forth against the heavier Stout Team and held them to a tic. A week following the .Stout game, came one of the purple and Gold’s hardest games This was with Ripon College, which had about fifteen of its old stars back. In the best played game of the season. S. P. N. went down to defeat against Ripon At the end of the first half, the score was seven to nothing, in favor of Ripon and it was no one’s game at this time. however Ripon with fully twenty substitutes, managed to wear down the Purple and Gold squad of fourteen men in all, and the score ended in twenty to nothing with Ripon on the long end. Our homecoming game was with Oshkosh the following Saturday. The entire Oshkosh team managed to scout three of our games and were posted on our style of play. The day of this game dawned with a drizzling rain, which continued throughout the day. The field was heavy and our light team was at a great disadvantage against the heavy Oshkosh team, which outweighed us twenty pounds to the man. The game ended 29 to o in favor of Oshkosh and with half of our men crippled. Losing as we did. and crippled as we were, our team put in a hard week of practice in preparation for the Eau Claire game on the following Saturday. It was during this game that the Purple and the Gold managed to cross its opponents’ goal line for the first time in the season. This fact characterizes the spirit of the entire team, they never "gave up" and always fought to the end This game stood six to six. at the end of the first half. Old bruises and injuries were renewed during this first half yet our crippled team battled nobly the second half, but went down to defeat. 12 to o. Pag on hundred U n7Ae IRIS John "Hanot" Kfwih.ii Center One of the best, if not the best center S. P N. has ever had. I It played his third and last year and displayed fight and determination in the highest degree His position ns center will be hard to fill in 1014 I Iasmcll "Hass'' Vauchn Quarterback "Hass" is another who has three years of service to his credit. We have yet to see the man who ploys a more consistent game of football than Vaughn He was the smallest man on the team but made up for this lack of size with u quantity and quality of nerve and speed which drew many compliments from those who saw him play Smith "Davr" Davis End S. P. N. loses Davis through graduation and it will take a real football player to fill his place as left end. "Daves" specialities consisted of ensnaring passes from the very hands of his opponents, smashing the entire interference of an attempted end run. and tackling the ball carrier, without the aid of his team mates. Mvkon "Scotty" Finch Halfback "Scotty" is another man who has played his last year of football for S. P. N. One hundred fifty-five pounds of speed and head work desenbesMyrontoa "T." He was a source of worry to his opponents in every game he played because he knew how to play real football consistently. Orrin "Sonny" St. Clair Halfback St. Clair was one of the speediest men in the conference. Tackling was his specialty and a man never got away from him. I he interference may have stopped him temporarily hut he inevitably downed his man from the rear. Graduation, takes a very valuable man from S. P. N. Frrd "Fritz" Manlby Guard By graduation S. P. N. loses one o. its greatest "fighters." Fred Munlcv. He started the game at top speed and continued this speed throughout the whole game or until he was earned off. Fred weighed only a hundred fifty-five pounds but every opponent he played against imagined he weighed every ounce of two hundred. Page one hundred tuehe'Jhe IRIS Louis "Lru" Lkak Tackle "Lou” w a type of football player every coach desires to have I ie could 'tart a mmc and the harder and fustcr ihc tame w pluved the harder Louis nit and he usually was wing his best when the whittle ended the game We regret that we arc losing I.eak through graduation SoiYLMt Sky Wallack Another graduate who will be missed Skvlcr was the hardest, cleanest tackier on the s.iuad I lis defensive ability coupled with his clean playing throughout the whole year made him a very valuable man I.kvtkr “Dutch" Kramkr Fullback If conscientiousness was wealth Dutch' could cease worrying o-hout the future. “Dutch" graduates this year and his loss will be felt severely by next years team Valrhian "Val" Wiennkr Captain Wicxner deserved the responsible position he held I Ic was one of the most versatile men in the conference UlS forward passing and offensive ability worried the opposing team constantly. Any place in the backficld looked the same to "Val" and for that reason he will be one of the most valuable men in 19:4 Francis "Cr“ Knopr Captain-elect Whenever those extra yards were needed. Knopc was called on and came through He was elected captain unanimously which shows lust what sort of leader Knopc really is He has played two years and next year he should be one of the best hockfield men who ever played in S. P. N. (hkmkk “Ch t" Atkinson lieutenant-elect Guard This was "Chet's" first year of football but after playing his first game l»c showed the ability of u veteran "Chet ■ Is the lieutenant-elect for next year and certainly deserves this position. He was a hard consistent player and will certainlv hold more than his own as guard in the conference next year. Pate one hunJred thirteen... IRIS Royal "Bvtch" Anderson End "Butch" played moil of the games nt end and could always be depended on to stop the play coming his way before it had fairly started. I fe is back next year and we predict a great season for Royal. Percy "Buck" Weaver Tackle "Buck" is another of Coach S wet lands “finds". This was his first year in foothall and he was prevented from playing the game he is capable of playing because of an injured shoulder. But "Buck" gave all he had every time an opportunity presented itself and should be one of the best tackles in the conference in the coming two years. Ralph "Dkerslayer" Cummings End Cummings came to S. P. N. with no knowledge of football. It wasn't very long before he gamed this knowledge once he had set himself to learning it and we predict that next year Ralph will develop into one of the best ends thatS P. N. has known. Leonard ”C" Ullma.n Guard Leonard had never (stayed football until he came to S. P. N but he made up for his late -tart by his good finish j tc graduates this year. Amil "Indian" Banxach Tackle Amel is another man who played his first year of football for S. P. N. He has two more years in school and as one of the most consistent men and one of the hardest fighters. "Indian" certainly will be welcomed back for next football season. Merlin "Mm." Tbss Center Teas is another senior who started late but came through with flying colors. He had his opportunity in the Whitewater game and made the most of it. William "Bill" Kraus "Bill" w as a man of action. r»o« words. He was one of the headiest players on the squad and was always where he could stop the play no matter where it was. "Bill" graduated the first quarter and a good man must Ik found if his place is to be filled. Pan one hundred ouncen'JAe IRIS To the Men Who Hold the Line OH. the fullback bows to the cheering crowd And the halfs and quarters look bold. And praise ascends to the lucky ends Who fight for the Purple und Gold. To none so great do I dedicate This poor little verse of mine. But here's to those in the fighting rows. To the men who hold the line. You watch the game and you all exclaim. “Just look at that fellow run” And you'll shout and roar when the struggl's o'er That the game was only won By that fullback's pluck in that splendid buck That carried him to the goal. But you don't see fit to think a bit Of the man who made the hole. Yes, the fullback had his meed of thanks And the "quarterback did it all" And the halves are praised and a voice is raised For the man who took the ball. Now take your cup and fill it up To the brim with dancing wine. A toast to those in the fighting rows. To the men who hold the line. Page one hundred fifteen"JAq iris Smith Davis {Captain) Pat ant hundrtd'tixlttn Jhe IRIS Smith "Solon” Davis Smith C. Davis came to us from Granton after a year at the Univ. of Wisconsin where he started on Doc. Mcanwcll’s Frosh team. His two years at Stevens Point Normal have been very active ones. Many persons remarked after the Oshkosh game that "Dave" was without a doubt one of the best players who has ever worn a Normal suit. "Dave” graduates and we will miss him next year. Orkin "Sonney" St. Ci.air Orrin D. St. Clair, the Hawkins flash, will be sorely missed next season. Ever since coming to the Normal he has made his ability as a floor man in Basketball felt. In every game his speed has eclipsed that of all other players on the floor. We hope for more like him. Lester "Dutch” Kramer Lester O. Kramer is another I law-kins product now completing his third year with us. "I utch" knows the game and always docs his best for the team We expect a lot from him when "Dutch" goes out to teach. Louis "Louie" Leak Louis Leak, one of our few Wausau boys, is of the clean cut type of athlete who is always out there trying to do all he can for his school and team When called upon he could always be depended on to do his best He is one of the four of the squad who will be lost by graduation. Vance "Ham” Williams Vance H. Williams, our long shot artist, cjmc to school with the avowed intention of helping Davis put Granton on the map. Me certainly has done so. “Ham” is a wonder shot and a sterling all around man on a basketball floor Pate one hundred seventeenIRIS Virgil “Virce” Herrick Virgil Herrick, in his first vcar of Normal Basketball has proved beyond a doubt that he will give a good account of himself in any position He was played at ('-enter. Forward and Guard In disposition attitude, and ability no one had anything on “Virge.” Two more years will certainly give Virgil an opportunitv to become one of the best in the conference. Fred "Fritz” Vaughn Fred A. Vaughn was the pinch hitter of the team. When anyone lagged it was always "Fritz" who went in to instill the fight into the team. Not a basket shooter by inclination he could come through in the pinches and as a defensive man and passer he was hard to beat Henry "I Iank" Swan Henry Swan, with his reach and fighting ability, was going great guns until a sprained ankle put him out of the game for two weeks. At the end of the season he was going good again Two more years should make a great player out of "Hank." Chester "Chet" Atkinson Chester Atkinson hails from Waupaca and we hope they will send us more like him. Chet knows basketball and only a good supply of guard material kept him off the regulars Two more years will make "Chet” a man whom it will be hard to beat. Harold Cranky Harold Cranev is another man who has a great future as a basketball star. Handicapped throughout the season by an injured knee, he never gave up and in our last game gave an excellent account of himself. Page one hundred eighteenIfAe IRIS Basketball THE season was opened with one of the fastest and cleanest games that was ever played on the Normal floor. Hcidlcburg I. university of Tiffen, Ohio, was defeated by the S. P N aggregation by the score of 33 to 27. St Norberts came to see. but not to conquer, for the same teamwork and passing game, that had defeated I Icidlcburg, again displayed the superiority of our team and the fracas ended with a score of toi to 3: in favor of the Purple and the Cold. The Normal Conference Season was opened at Stout. S. P. N. came through with another victory, but the winning was well deserved Ihe final score was 18 to 16 in favor of S. P N The evening following the Stout game the Point went to River Falls and was defeated in one of the best played games of the season. The score was 25 to 13. In the first game of the Normal Conference Season played on our own floor the Point succeeded in administering a second defeat to Stout Stout was completely out-played throughout the game, it ended 22 to 19 in our favor Our team went to Oshkosh, where they met the most feared team of the Normal Conference The game was clean and fast throughout, but Oshkosh, too well acquainted w ith their own floor, outplayed the Point and won 25 to u-The squad journeyed to Eau Claire the next week and lost a slow and rough game by a score of 24 to 20. The brilliant playing of Davis of the Point, and O’Reilly of Eau Claire was the feature of the game. Eau Claire came here for the next game and was defeated by the same number of points that they had defeated our team the week previous The score was 25 to 2i. "Pep” and excitement held sway the whole week following the Eau Claire game. Oshkosh was coming for the next game, and whenever Oshkosh and Stevens Point meet in any sort of contest, there is sure to be a battle “royal." The game started and Oshkosh immediately found the basket. The half ended 22 to 15 in favor of Oshkosh and one of the fastest halves ever played on the floor of S. P. N was over. The spirit displayed was wonderful, both on the part of the spectators and the teams. One of the greatest comebacks ever staged by any team assisted S P. N. in winning the game that counted more than any game of the year. The final score was 31 to 29 in favor of S. P. N. The last game of the season, with River Falls was the last game of then Normal career, for Davis. St. Clair, Kramer and Leak, ended with th; score of 30 to 29 in favor of S. P. N. Davis and Williams, shooting again, were timely factors in w inning the game. Davis ended his career in Normal by starring in every phase of the game, and it will be some time before a man plays for S. P N. who has more ability und sportsmanship than "Dave.” Pole one hundred nineteenIRIS Captain Ei.bct "I ks" Rkv.noi.ds 1913 Kad the brightest of prospects A great number of men turned out and all showed a goodly amount of speed and pep. There were more men out for the team than in any previous year and the season looked promising. •‘Ernie" Holman was elected captain and the training began early in the Spring. After four weeks of strenuous work the team journeyed to Appleton to compete with the strong Lawrence College and Oshkosh Normal teams in a triple nx'ct The team did excellent work in this meet although they did not win first honors A considerable amount of improvement was shown and several of tlx men made good records. In the annual meet with Oshkosh on May nth. Coach Hancocks men had the edge "Captain" Holman was the Pointers high score man with a total of four Firsts Powell and "Gage” Taylor finished the 220 yard dash in fust time-scoring a complete slam in that event. Reynolds and Bruce skimnxd over the sticks at a great rate of speed. “Lcs” scoring in both hurdling events. "Cal" C huincy beat the Oshkosh record in the pole-vault. In spite of un injured fool. "Buck" Ryan overcame his opponent in the broad jump. ITic Point men made a clean sweep of the points in the hurdles, broad jump, and pole-vault. The intcr-Normal meet held at Madison was not over successful for the Pointers, but they went down in a fighting mood. Weronke was the score getter, winning honors in the hammer throw. This year the inter-normal track meet will be held at Milwaukee. With the members of our last years team still in the ranks and the wealth of new material, we hope to make a real showing at Milwaukee. I’tiff one hundred twentySfte IRIS Pate ofte hundred tuenty-aneyAe IRIS Mary Bronson GIRLS athletics urc coming more and more into prominence. A great deal of enthusiasm was displayed this season in the different clubs and teams Winning one hundred points admits a girl into the athletic association. Through the efforts of Miss Bronson very good teams were turned out in the various activities, and the enthusiasm of the student body aided in making the tournament of this year a big success. Pate one hundred lu-enty-tucy X ♦ I 1 H= — X ACTIVITIES | ♦ C K H X C 5 »C 5 K.1 '■ € ♦'AAe IRIS Top Row Bums. Bctlach. Kramer. Donaldson. Bonnach. Second Row: Frond. Keffner (Copt.). Marsh. THE girls annual basketball tournament was held in the Normal gymnasium February n, iz. 14. The High School team won all of the games that it played. This is the first time in the history of this Normal School that any team has won the cup for three consecutive years, therefore the High School Department will keep the cup and it will be placed in Professor E. T. Smith's room. Pate one hundred lueniy-lhreeHome Economics Top Rou McQyman. Olson. Novotony. Nygard (Captain). McClyman. ShoafT. Setond.Rou Wit hoc. Davis. Ellsworth. Grammar Top Row: Vaughn. Kuhncrt. Haight. Kufalk. Ullman. Second Row: Dustin. Feldkamp. Singer (Captain), Fond. SchmcJlmg. Pane one hundred tuenty-JourVAe IRIS Primary 'Top Row: Witcpalck. Hurd. St. Clair. Kramer. Stcffeck. Second Row: Klcmme. White (Captain). Frogncr. Achtcrhcrg. Rural Christen. White. Harr. Williams. Louison (Captain), Plowman. Ports, Hembre. Page one hundred tuenty-Jh rJAe IRIS Harold S. Dyf.r. Director "Music can noble hints impart. Engender fury, kindle love: With unsuspected eloquence can move And manage all the man with secret art. AiUi on THAT music is no longer regarded as a "filler" in the sch x l system but that it is a potent force in the lives of all who come in contact with it has always been recognized by the Department of Music. The aim in the Stevens Point Normal has been to bring some form of music uctivity within reach of every student, cither as an avenue for vocal or instrumental participation or as a means of developing the power to listen This aim appears to be attained more each year, and the two hundred women of the school taking part in the Chorus, the fifty men who compose the Men's Glee Club, and the Choral Union of too men and women attest to it realization. That music has the power to develop "community spirit" as has no other agency is recognized in this School, and that power capitalized The Civic Orchestra, with its fifty musicians, coming from the schools of the city together with leaders in instrumental accomplishment from outside the schools, has grown to a place of musical prominence in Stevens Point Monthly "Popular" concerts are a feature of this organization, and their increasing popularity is evidence of the large part being played by the Orchestra in bringing music of the best kind to this community. The officers of the Civic Orchestra urc: President Edmund Bukolt; Vice-President. Walter Klein Librarian. Annabel Clark Associate Directors. Arthur Beijer and Raymond Jacobs. Other activities of the Department are an Annual Operetta, which this year was given by the Girls' Glee Club of thirty voices. Fay Foster’s “The Land of Chance” was given February 7th with outstanding success as a dramatic and vocal performance. The officers of this organization arc: President. Annabel Clark; Executive Committee, Doris Hirst and Florence Klcist. Page ont hundred lueniy-sixVAe IRIS h'uM Row. See. Andcnoi, Dcnttdwn. Or . Powell. llnKe. Papke. KeJko. .Vunlvei. Qxkc. Cillmu. Klilnetnrt. Alien. lktnn.Kl . 11 (.x i ter ky. Muyeuoil'et. Plunk. Kuhl. M. Mo««tnky Stand Rew CiihH l.lptmU. P kk»n, McKcy. I Vomer. Permoniek. l-epfdo. Pr. ner. Ny inl. Rny-maker. Scott. l o Surxl. I tittw .iy. I.Ilwonh. Brfclt. J. IVtenuJ. M. PietcnrtH. V. 1-aarie. Iker. I c«ter. VJiirJ Rox Welker. Pood. Sce«etk. WeWon. Hamath. NfcUer. IXmakl-n. Pwu. Kuxl, IWl. I Urr. lUolr. Moot hey. Ve.khek. Weleh. Ohoo. Trumbull. Kliot. South. Morth. Smith. ''Minn Kmi-. Prank. I lirtt, Shaller. I .linen, K.eher. CethinR. Vetter. Pratt. AraJcracn, Tower . Nem.lle. A Vekhetk. ( hmerottm. Nterrinun. Dtvta, t». Ilonnajtun. Noeten. Uirkm. Danielum. Neck ■V Row J. Lawnc. Nuv ony. Arckteet. l-amh. Hankt. p I let loth. Mr Dyer. Skul. Burro. Dnon. Mart or. dark. 1. I let lochFirst Row Roethtg. O'Keefe. Ullman. Cobb. Reynolds. Powell. See Second Rou Smith, M. Monastcrsky. Kuhl. H Monastcrsky. I IcKnl. Morris Third Row: Allin. Gilling. Segurdson. Cooke. Rhinehart. Kolka Fourth Rou Bruce. Frank. Lipinski. Mr. Dyer. Danielson. Donaldson. Papke. First Row Rand. Skul. Smith. I onaldson. Larkin. Qark. Olson. Nock. Shaffer. Kkist. Mcrnman Second Rou: I onner. Frogner. Lepplu. Anderson. Hanks. Appleton. Dinner. Ellsworth, Scott. Welch. Third Row L. Bctlach. Hirst. Pietenpol. Hartwig. I icier. Norton. Milbce. Chapman. Fair one hundred twenty-eightCivic OrchestraZ7he IRIS Lklaxd M Burroughs Each succeeding year sees new laurels added to the already enviable reputation Mr Burroughs has established in the four years he has been with us As teacher of English, as Coach of Dramatics. Oratory and Debate, perhaps more than these, ns a man he commands the highest admiration of both faculty and students. His geniality, his broad-mindedness, his seriousness of purpose-, the high ideals which he so splendidly exemplifies make him well liked throughout the school. It is in forensics and dramatics, probably, that Mr Burroughs is at his best. Our record in debate has included many victories and few defeats. The winning of the State Contest this year establishes a new precedent—never before has one school won first honors in Orator.’, for two consecutive years. It is not alone in the training of speakers for the platform that Mr. Burroughs cxcclls. "Henry VIII." “The New York Idea." and "Monsieur Bcaucairc” are three of his many outstanding dramatic achievements. Mr. Burroughs’ vcrsitality in the arts of public speaking, and his ability to impart to the students a part of his talent have brought Stevens Point Normal to a prominent place in forensic and dramatic activities. His estimable character and personality have endeared him to us all. and future students of S. P. N will be indeed fortunate to include among their instructors a man of Mr. Burroughs’ caliber. Pott one hundred thirtyVAe IRIS JEANNKTTK WlLSON Oratory STENONS Point achieved another coveted honor by being awarded first place in the State Oratorical Contest. This year the winning oration. "The Great Lakes-St Lawrence Deep Waterway," was delivered by Miss Jeannette Wilson. Miss Wilson, under the skillful direction of Mr. Burroughs composed a finished address which revealed her dominant personality throughout. and which ended in a challenging appeal to the heart of even.- true American With the prestige Stevens Point has already attained, and with the veteran experience of Mr Burroughs, our school is surely rising to the premier position in Oratory. Pat on hundred lhirly-on I RJS John Rbdfirld Extemporaneous Speaking THU Extemporaneous Speaking Contest this year marked the revival of this form of forensic contest in the Norma! Schools. John Rcdficld was awarded second place. First honors went to Paul Wright of Oshkosh, who spoke on "Prohibition and Crime." John’s speech on the topic "The Social and Financial Effects of the 18th Amendment." organired and delivered with the precision and forcefulness which is so characteristic of him. was adjudged second by only two points—a very close decision. Page one hunired thirty-two?Ae IRIS Affirmative Team Debate THIS year’s question for Inter-Normal Debate wav Resolved: Thai the government should own and operate the coal mines. The affirmative team, composed of John Rcdfteld (Capt ). William Opper-inun. I£dward Jensen, and Violet Lawrie (alternate) met the Oshkosh negative team here on March 7th. and won a j-o decision in a well contested debate. This is the third year in which John Redficld as captain has led his team to u victory which has been in no small part due to his efforts. pat eni hundred thirty-threer Ae IRIS Negative Team Debate THE Negative I'cam. made up of Ben Schruml (Capt.). James Doolittle. Helen Rvnn. and Valerian Wiesner (Alternate), met defeat at La Crosse in a decision of three in favor of La Crosse Those who attended the debate at La Crosse say that our speakers upheld their side of the question admirably. Then too, seven of the nine affirmative teams won. it would seem that the negative had the more difficult side of the question to support. Pat on hundred thvty-Jourry .e iris mmmm Pate one hundred thirty-fiveIRIS Ryan Flannagan LcRcaux Wxsncr Loyola DURING this year Loyola has followed very closely its established plan of activities and has taken its.usual place in the lives of its members. About one hundred students have availed themselves of the opportunity offered by this organization and under the leadership of our Miss Mac Roach and an enthusiastic group of officers the year has been most successful. Interesting programs, both instructive and entertaining, have been prepared for the regular fortnightly meetings which have been well attended. The local Knights of Columbus gave a party for the Club during the first month of school. Everything was so well planned, old and new students became so well acquainted, and the affair was so very much enjoyed, that we owe much to these good friends, who started our year so happily. The Christmas party, the collecting of the purse for the orphans the school dance arc other features which we shall remember Putt ont hutulrtJ thirty-sixIRIS Fir it Ron: Morse, Knopc. Grab, Cwh, Schromcl. Bannoch, Chancy. Hcbal. Second Rou Roethin. Dixon. Chamberlain. Then. Boles. Rellahan. W'ckh. M. Rynn. Breary, Hall. Third Rou O'Kccf. Hgan. Hurd. Rochrborn. G. Flnnrvngun. Fermaneck. Scott. M. Ryon. Allen Fourth Row: L. Flannigan. Wicsncr. LcRoux. Roach. Hcrtreitcr. A. Ryan. Cramer. Firu Row: Power . Raliegh. Devine. Kaufman. Growher. Pratt. Milbee. Novotny. Bums. W. Machowec. Second Row Lukes. Gruba. Rybickc. Mnnthey, A Vclchek. C. Velchek. Terrill. Norton. Brit . Third Row: Bannach. Gcthing. Werner, Lipku. McLuuRhlin, Sikarskt. Miller. Hosek. Kluch. Ludwig. Shic. Fourth Row: Mullarkey. Leary. Grcgy. I lanna. Newvlllc. McCalx. Grcagor. Pdft one hundred thirtyseienThompson Smoot McKay Sheldon y. w. c. a. Ruth Thompson OFFICERS President Bernice Smoot Vicc-Prcsidcnt Viria IcKay. . . . . . . . Secretary Stella Sheldon . . . . . Treasurer Ruth Anderson . . . Publicity Chairman Rachel Weaver Social Service Lucille Lamb .• Bible Service Winifred Burns . . Undergraduate Representative Blanch Reeder . . . . . Program Chairman Martha Ellsworth. Social Ella Achterbf.ro. World Fellowship Page one hundred ihuty-eighlIRIS •'tru Ran ShckJon. ZunJkc. Chapman.Swenson. Kelly.Gctzlaff. I funks. Smoot. Benson. Schmelling. I laight.lhompson Second Rou Krowwciicr. Leaves. Brodt. Seward. B Anderson. I rani. Koihk. Uppll. KMl rpe, Doolittle, Third Rou Play man. Andrews. PhWc. Prior. Schw mgel. Krvmm. Rasmussen. Zeeman. Ovcrbcck. McQueen. FekJ Kamp. Williams Fourth Rou Hernck. Skcci. Keffner. Dustin. Backman. St e fleck. Soli. Morgan. Davis. Olson. Bocyink. Fi th R u I oreman. Hirst. K» her. Shaw. Roepke. Miss Hussey, Brandemuehl. Smith. Kohnke. Jacobson. Fltu Rou Kramer. Fond. Seller. Hochtritt. Gallagher. Rose. Hembre. Larkin. Morgan Snood Rou- Hanson. Chitwood. Nelson. Christenson. Campbell. Merntt. Payton. E. Anderson. Pcucnpohl. Hembre. Darling. Third Rou Bannach. Ellcndvin. Hoffman. White. KI cm me. Moeller. Esmond. Stevenson. Buchc. George. Frogner. A Anderson. Fourth Rou Russell. McClyman. Reeder. Brown. Pot . Welke. Johannes. McClymnn. Lambkin. V Lawric. J. Lawrie. Bums Fi ih Rou Lewis. Thompson. McKay. Mivs Jones. Acherberg. Ellsworth. Londo. R. Anderson. Weaver. Jones. Foie on hundred thirty-ninerJA.e IRIS si The Iris Staff Hditor-in-Chicf Associate Editor. Business Manager . Advertising Manager. Editor High School. Editor Grammar. Editor Primary Editor Home Economics . Editor Rural and State Graded Football.................... Basket Ball Track....................... Girls Athletics. Music ... Forensics .... Art. Cartoons.................. Log- - Sat:rc.................... Loyola...................... Y. W. C. A................ Seniors..................... Juniors................... Sophomores... Snaps..................... Stenographers . . . Helen Margaret Reu.ahan Faith Trumbul . Myron Finch . John Redfielo Stella Sheldon Jeanette Wilson Margaret Scott Mildred Doolittle Harry Merrill . . Louis Lean Lester Kramer Clarence Chainey Josephine Pietenpol ...................I oris Hirst ...................Cecil Card Lillian Klemme, Lleanor Thompson . . . . Lillian Betlach Rachel Weaver. Ben Schraml Annabel Clark. Andrew Ryan . . . Theresabell Welch . Ruth Anderson Margaret Ryan . Walter Bruce . Mae Vetter ...............Helen Ryan Brandemuel. Leocadia Jaskulski Pate one hundred fortyrMe I RIS Pafe one hundred forty-oneIRIS WIT HUHOR LOG nusic TOKEflSIC LOG BASKET BALI. TOOT BALL GIRLS ATHLETICS TRACK Pat one hundred orly-twoIRIS SOPHOnOK jumotfi senior rwc a UOYOLA SM7S TYPIST TYPIST P i£ one huruirtd forty-threeyAe IRIS The Pointer Student Publication oj Stevens Point Stale . 'ormal School Editor-in-Chicf...........................Violet Lawrie Assistants . . Rachel Weaver, Blanche Reeder Business Manager..........................Francis Knope [Departmental Editors . Madc.e Narron. Thelma Larkin. Andrew Ryan. Cecil Card, Ruth Jefferson. Pugt one hundred forty-fourIRIS Our School Songs THE PURPLE AND THE GOLD Let other Normals boast of victories galore— Of laurels never lost, of triumphs by the score. Let them tell you of their prowess Of warriors strong and bold. But their colors ever lower to the Purple and the God II. Our men arc all victorious through every State around. Our athletes and debators arc winning great renown. Though we're proud of all Wisconsin whose fame in story's told Our heart’s with Stcv’ns Point Normal and the Purple and the Gold HI. To the banks of old Wisconsin when years are past and gone When as school mates we have parted and our lessons all arc done We’ll return and show our comrades, we’re loyal as of old And cheer them on to victory, ’ncath the Purple and the Gold. ALMA MATER I lail Stevens Point, the School Supreme Of all the Normals, thou art c,uccn. Hail Alma Mater, thee we love. For thou art great, all oth'r schools above. HAIL THE POINT!! Gems of Normals of Wisconsin. We to thee our homage bring And with loving admirations. We thy praises loudly sing, Thou the proud and strong young giant. Standing on the Wisconsin, Fair art thou and self reliant. Proudly then to thee we sing: Chorus Hail the Point—Hail the Point—Pirst on platform, track and field. Hail the Point—I lail the Point—Great the power that we wield. Never shall thy students falter. All the State thy fame shall fill. Naught our loyalty can alter—Nor thy spirit of “I will.” II. Come the students of Our great State. From the other states around. Some of high and some low station. Seeking knowledge here profound With thy native sorts and daughters. Aye. I shall love and honor thee Till like sound of mighty water. This our swig of praise shall be. Pag, ont hundttii foriy-fittyAe IRIS Paxton hundred Jotty-iix'7Ae IRIS Pate one hundred Joriy-terenr Ae IRIS Page on hnnd al forty-eightIRIS Pax ont hundred orly-nine'jHe IRIS Pate one hundred fifty rJAe IRIS Pate one hundred fijiy-onerJAe IRIS Pate one hundred fijiy-tuoIRIS Pair one hundred fifty-thueSTLe IRIS Po(( on hurulitd i ty-Jour SATIRE yi ♦ K=x K- K=3i X ' H K— —y. K - —X K IRIS SEPTEMBER MON. TV E. WED. 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THE FORUaa Halloween THIS PAY THE CELEBRATED IRIS STAFF WAS CHOSEN. AAR. EVANS C ON E S To SCHOOL WITH A BRAND A EW HAIRCUT AJ030DY OOrm CHAIRS COT WAfr ? lopMOU$HEPi Or 6URIED. 1 WHC N A 00 SB appears. HP.NCt HOT HI VC. 0F INTEREST IN THIS SPACE. i DV£ r? WE vT owT For I V)arch Y he pu Hhr m TARcbt on Cl. S.P HAIVMN I RETURN ANP HOLD PEP LITINC ANNABEL_ ■Srrs Hf ? DEAD ancestors. OPPtRMAN and SCNRAMEL Pick out THt pfiESlDENl 1 CANO I PATES. HO MF-Com aq PON-PIRS. S.P N. will Hold iTt ANNUAL PEP MtETWC in the Libra ry 9: a CRB AT Welch-Reynolds Pace WELCH WINS rAND THE S - Ep-OOP 8NJWC.S uu p P U O' hundred fijlystxVAe IRIS NOVEMBER XLCl OANC B AT DORM Whole HALF YOU R FOR A DIME FORUM Radio Concert Mi John +■ stance Su £E P OU.T the assembly Rooh fIL WORTH T yJL hand aaw fOR •Sal AFTER STNkHOCvS BFFoers with PAN DEI? I HE' Aifi. DYER COAXTD 3 MORE HA 11PS A£i_ft COTTAGE CLoTHES-U BREAKS 0EAUcaTre a RIVER PINE9 Ml?., STf 11 1 TO PANCE TU £ ACTS POLITELY • Decline. 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On L Y A FIRE. •n the Paper Shoot Emil y WELKEn crweo Ar Pad i. t™ OTMAim 0 v s PLT Cur ls. STMiNTmii f, L£S REYNOLDS is Pinched [TRAIN Joe TRiESTom FORGOT Hi3 70p he GlffLS START PASKCT-0AU 9 » w ma)cE t WF H (vE Oo-P fazes S VAPPe o AAy ?w g r ncn ■ i £ l y W0LAS THf FVSE KEW Pit 1HEH Parq Luck Some one thinks reo lights are MORE APPROPRIATE IN FRONT 6 P NELSON H-All Legal HOLIPAY! MV RON FINCH Combs to school with A SHAME ano A MIR -Go 77 on hundrrJ fi ty.nint rYAe IRIS FEBRUARY MON. TV E. WED. ,TH U. t R Be M I S3 0f?EVAD HAS HER HA ir booG£0 BENScotsr - a vo C-ARLlS t ARLJ LLJL7L FOUR N lNUTf Speeches ON WOODROW WILSo 1 CEORC £ Conner A AK£S HI 3 FIRST APPEARANCE IR15 DEDIC AT£0 TO — W UOM? A SHORT Course in AC RlCULJURE STA RTS Rumors Of SEN top NOTICE on THE BULLETIN BOARD HAND IH TEST PA PEPS A S USUAL H.S. DYER GETS STUCK CHARLES CUT HlS FINGER Counter closed FOR TWO DAYS wild Rush FOR UNIT OUTUNf PA PE AND OH! HE N RYS. operetta THE LAND OF CHANCE TESS LEAVES FOR SHERRY TO SUBST ITUTE W e UT OSH KOSHS Sweaters ISSUED. Porkys is DllPLAin ANAffDI G ?A$ Fosters EXHlQ SNUTH DAVIS TRIAL HELD. PRES Sm S RETURNS WE WHIP I RIVER FALLS. AAR. $ M$, Al SS MUSSE 1, AA R. NEALE AND vi SS BENSC07E R LEAVE FO(? CHICAGO ON A RuSl Vi$S . —7-Rig_____ ev'rf?r Boor is A LITTI C HOARSE F 0 f iellinc mat. Dance. put one Hatdrtd tlxiyVAe IRIS MARCH MjOJI. the MARCH Comes IN tiler AtA r’$ ilTTLC LAMB. AMffD Gf? S OUR MtwsTRfi M R. STEINER IN RECENT l .S. HISTORY ul T TAKES a mental GENIUS TO absorb this STUFF" HARLEY Powell BUYS A HE w 04 i ? fSwors BLANCHE KteotR IW DORMOFFlCt “NO, AA SS HUSSEY •3no longer MR. ST FIN IR Extreme cases MARGARET HARRY ALICE + HAM E LL4 WA LT-ann sbel Rosti LENORl BUCK W lUCllli v BooGY. 10RENA Loon. normal Layer i MARVELL £ O. ANX FUUY Aw,Airs THE FIRST«f A 4t HE Knows a PLace nere DEAN Of WO ftC jug Fiju Bug Wl LQ UR SNYDE MOW HOLDS THAT POSITION '$o Good'that you rave To HIDE WHILE YOU BAIT up." WEISNER pAYS HIS REGULAR Jftp WEEKLY V SiT To THE DO ft M, WAITING FOR THE GLORIOUS MONTH Ok Jonf, Booftr? 'MEW, WANTED A J 00 SEWING {Buttons on the SEC NO FLOOR -SlfllASHlLOcw! Util, IF VYf HAD A few More 'bright Lights' MR Sims would Not Bother about the Electric bill ' ' yv" " ANNABEL STILL -PAf? S BILL OPPERMan LOST HiS WCPDINQ RINC Rums Socks I THt quartette TEA NETT c. PORKY, MR. Clark, m r, BURROUGHS; AND FLORENCE HLEIS7 LEAVE FOR WHITEWATER --------Jim. louts lea r DREAMS of 'THAT old CiRi OF M INC” HE IS -AFRAID TOGO HOME •"= WITHOUT iT. f? I PON COLLEGE GLEFCto© ENTERTAIN! hi f 14K Pat on hundred tixly-ont7Ae R S APRIL MAY Pax one hundred uity-tuo'JAe IRIS Mr. Delzell: "What things arc effective for debate?" Ans ; ".Angleworms." REFLECTING ON THE JANITOR Mr. Smith: "Let's open the window and let in a little sunshine ” "If a body sees a body Flunking in a quiz. And a body helps a body Is it ourtcacher’s biz’" HE SLEPT TOO HARD "Dick was almost drowned last night." "No! How come?" "The pillow slipped, the bed spread, and he fell into the spring. ' IN LIT. CLASS "Have vou read "Finis?" "No. what is it ?" "It's the last word in books.” FOUND ON ENGLISH PAPERS She kissed him on his reappearance. He whipped the dog on his return She sat down upon her being asked. She fainted upon his departure. Mrs. Jones was shot in the oil regions. Mr. Bodkin was severely wounded in the bottling-works. HOW’S THIS MR. COLLINS? "Oh where, oh where, has my polygon1 Oh where, oh where can it be? "Hush, my child, it's simply gone l'p the gcomct-trcc.” WHERE IS MISS HUSSEY? "Would you put yourself out for me1" "Surely, dear." "Well, then please do. It's after twelve and I’m awfully tired." ON SEEING VAL BIRD’S SWEATER Dumb: "What arc those four numerals on his sweater Dora: "Oh. that’s his telephone number.” Fools aren’t all dead yet. Listen and I ’ll prove it; I’m alive to write this dope. And you’re alive to read it' OH BOY! "Fiji" owned a Dodge Sedan. To ride in it was heaven. She ran across some broken glass. Bill $U Q7- She started on a little tour. The finest sort of fun The carburetor threw a fit Bill $20.81. She took some friends down town to shop. To save jitney fare was great. She jammed into a lamp post. Bill $7 48 She decided to take another ride To see how fast it would run She stopped too quick and stripped the gears. Bill $90 51. She took some friends out for a spin. T'was good to be alive. "Fiji" hit a Pine Tree. Bill $80.55. She spent all the cash that Dad had. And then in anguish cried: "I’ll put a mortgage on the house. And take just one more ride.” TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Miss I lanna: "George Washington must have had an awfully good memory." Miss Roach: "why? ’ Miss Hanna: "Because every where you go you see monuments to his memory.” Prof. Steiner: "Crancy. can you tell me who killed Lincoln?" Crancy: "No sir. You see I’ve been out of town the past week with the football team." Wiesner: (With five Literature book ) "Now. I'm lit up." •s jjo.w 11 jnq pjo s jj jdpH id|. H Jna. .Cio. a auo siqi ||r d Xxjj TRY THIS ON YOUR CINCOLNETTE All men a e not homeless, but some arc C. Koch declares that the national call of home less than others. the bootleggers is "Hip. Hip. Hurrah." htinJiAi JiHWVrtrJAe IRIS M. Ryan: "What makes the tower of Pisa I.can?" T. Welch: "I don’t know or I’d take some.” Mark Anthony may have been no poker shark, but he held some pretty hands in his days. TEA HOUNDS "Won’t you join me in a cup of tea?" "Well, you get in and I’ll see if there’s any room left.’ O. C. IN MR DELZELL’S OBSERVATION CLASS Elsie Colson: "Who do we get to make out our lesson plans." "ENOUGH SAID" Mr. Smith "Why did the French Revolution occur in France?" Mertin Stevens: "The French Revolution occurcd in France because at that time all Frenchmen lived in France and as all the people in France were French and the revolution was French and France being a Frenchman’s country, where in the duccc were Frenchmen going to light if they didn’t fight in France. Therefore the French revolution occurcd in France.” IX ar Iris Staff: While riding on a jitney the other day I saw a sign which read: "Enjoy a Chapfess Winter.” How I ask you? Signed: Gen. Murray. Dear Gen.: Our answer to your letter is: Ask the dean of women The Iris Staff. Prof. Smith: "You know. I’ve got a lot of faith in this honor system." Prof. Watson: "What do you mean?” Prof. Smith: "Well, in my last exam I caught four fellows looking at their companions papers. I stood up before the class and said: ’If the four students whom 1 caught looking at .their neighbors papers will write an apology on their papers, nothing more will be said Prof. Watson: "Well, whats funny about that?" Prof. Smith: "Nothing, only I got twenty papers with apologies on them. Thcrcsabcllc Welsh of Stockton is authority for the statement that long before we had the radio, people were listenin' in on the rural telephone lines, like the one at Stockton. FOR SALE La Verne Krant z. Care Stevens Point Normal. One Ford car with piston rings. Two rear wheels, one front spring. Has no fenders, scat on plank. Bums lots of gas. hard to crank. Carburetor busied, half way through. Engine missing, hits on two. Three years old. four in Spring, Has shock absorbers and everything. Radiator busted sure docs leak. Differential’s dry. vou can hear it squeak. Ten spokes missing, front all bent. Tires blowcd out. ain't worth a cent. Got lots of speed, will run like the deuce. Burns either gas or tobacco juice. Tires all off. been run on rim. A dam good Ford for the shape it’s in. Irene Hart: "Let’s go to a show tomorrow night ?’’ Myron: “Why-cr- the frat house is holding a party.” Irene Hart: "Alright, we’ll go there then." OUR PESSIMISTIC BIOLOGISTS Earl Cumings—“Why work your face five times as hard as it needs too? It takes 13 muscles to frown and 64 to smile.” NO FOOLING Ben Schramcl: "Want a hair cut?" Mr. Evans: "No. I want them all cut. NO TICE ON THE BULLETIN BOARD If you want your picture in the Iris, wear your galoshes inside out This is particularly effective when worn with flesh colored stockings. SAFETY FIRST lien Schramcl: "Would you say ‘Yes' if I asked you to marry me?" Helen Ryan "Would you ask me to marry you if I were to say ‘Yes’?" KEEP QUIET L. Ullman: "When I marry I'm going to marry a girl who can take a joke." F. Egan: "Don’t worry, little boy. its the only kind you’ll get.” Harry M.: "Last night I dreamt I was married to the most beautiful girl in the world Fiji Rcllahan: "Oh. Harry, were we happy?” f itt on hundred iUy- ourIRIS Mr. Evans: "How did you get the puncture?" Mr. Schmccklc: "Ran over a hen with pin feathers." "They say thut alcohol will clear silver up nicely." N. Gosh: "It will, it cleaned up all my silver." Mr. Right sell: "What docs this mean. Bird1 Somebody called up and said you were sick and couldn’t come to class today.” Bird: "That’s one on him. lie wasn’t supposed to call up until tomorrow." You're stuffing me. said tlx- mattress to the factory hand. Wank-d:—A new excuse for tardiness in Psychology class. Anything new or novel will he considered. Must have same before final exams. Signed: "Fiji" Rellahan. Swctland: "You look fatigued. Been exercising1" St. Clair: "Ych I went out to the Cosmo dance and spent the evening swinging dumb belles oround " Miss Hussey: "I )o you know any of Shakespeare’s quotations1" Mr Sell: “No. I never knew he was a stock broker." M. less: (Arriving at a small hotel) "Can I have a private bath1” Clerk: "Well. I hope so." STEP-UP "Gentlemen," sand the speaker on Prohibition. "I have a sad but true story to relate. A friend of mine purchased a barrel of liquor last week and drank himself to death before it was one-quarter gone. Are there any remarks on this sad incident ?" Members of the Frat house in the rear of the room: "Where’s the rest of it1" FAIR PLAY Mr. Watson: "It looks like England is going to have a lot of trouble with the Hibemic race." Coach Swctland: "It’s a shame these foreign countries can't run their track meets honestly.” Ben Schramcl: "Lie back a little farther in the chair.” Wise One: "If you don’t mind I’ll stay as I am. The last time I lay back I fell asleep, and when I woke up I owed the barber my next weeks wages ” Hungry one: "Are you the waiter in this restaurant1" Lee Guerin: "Yes sir." I iungry One “Then provide me with pen. paper, ink. ar.d two people as witnesses." Lee Guerin: "What is the matter Sir1 Do you want a l x:tor1" Hungry One: "No, thank you; but I ordered my dinner twenty minutes ago. and I think it would be advisable to make my will before I starve to death." Prof. Burroughs (instructing public speaking play): "Now MeVey. in the third act. you arc to bring to them things they never saw before.” MeVey: "What part have I got—laundry-man.1" Danielson: "What was the last card I dealt you. Davis?" Davis: "A spade." Danielson: "I knew it. I saw you spit on your hands ” SOME FAMOUS "LAST WORDS” “Well. I wonder if its loaded. I’ll just look down the barrel and see." "That firecracker must have gone out; I’ll just light it again." "So you made this yourself. Well, I’ll try a little of it.” “There's only one way to manage a mule. Walk right up behind him and surprise him." L. O’Keefe (Popping into Iris Office : "I handed in a joke last week Did the editor get it yet?" M. Finch: ‘No but she’s trying hard." FULL CREDIT Knopc (Reading a Milwaukee newspaper after the Whitewater football game): "It says here that John Rcdficld also played with Stevens Point." CALL AGAIN Alice Bums: “Have you an opening for a good teacher?" Mr. Herrick: “Yes—and don’t slam it as you go out." "A vacuum is a large empty space where the pope lives.” Pagt one hurulred tixly-fiieVhe IRIS THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMAN Safety-pins Whip-pins Hair-pins Fraternity Pins Diamond Pins Clothes Pins Rolling Pins Mr. Dclzcll: “How do you like working for my Oil Co. ?" Harlan Smith: "Oil right. Its a refined job." OUCH! Cal Chaincy: "You dance beautifully!" Gen. Murray: "I won’t say the same of you.” Cal: "You could—if you were as big a liar as I am ” Drug Clerk: "What kind of a tooth brush do you want ?" Puck Ryan: "Give me a big orve there arc ten fellows rooming up at the house.” A DRAMA When You Watch twice a day for the postman And Read Every Letter three or four times. And Study The geometric exactness of the penmanship. And Translate Each sentence into several meanings. Then You Ha e fallen, my boy. you have fallen. I Thank You. G. Ramcr: "Do you love me John?” Porkey: "Sure." G. Rainer: “Then why doesn’t your chest go up and down like the man in the movies ’’ Annibal C . "How would you like to go for vour honeymoon in an aeroplane?" Rusty Huber: "Not me—I would hate to miss the tunnels." New Student: "Did you notice all the Profs at the dance." Old Timer: "Yes. they seemed to have quite a faculty for bumping into one.” "Name six animals of the Artie Zone.” "Three polar bears and three seals.” Pai€ one hundred sixty-six Ruth Thompson "Why docs Miss Welch look first to one side and then to the other when she enters the library1” Alice Bums: "Because she can’t look both ways at once.” THE IRIS STAFF FOR mu INVITES YOU TO: i. Come into the Iris room any time that you wish to rest. Paw over the snap shots, that’s what they arc for. z. Comment on the general plan of the book. Any helpful information is sought. 3. Read over the humor and tell it to your friend . This insures a fresh zippy humor section 4 Raise cam if you happen to find that your club heading isn't what you think it ought to be. The StafT will be glad to change it. 5. Meet your boy friends in the Iris room The Staff is always glad of company. 0. Ask when the Iris will be out. The editor will be glad to give you the necessary information 7. Specify where the corpse is to be sent if you try any of these. A farmer arrives in a large city. Sign: Breakfast 8-12 Luncheon 12-4 Dinner 4-8 "Eating all the time won’t give me much time to see the sights, b’gosh ” NOT FAIR Miss Hanna: "Were you at the St Norberts -Stevens Point game the other night1" Miss Roach: "Yes.” Miss Hanna: "Who got the worst of it?" Miss Roach: "The people who paid to get in." O. K. C. Boles: "Why is Minerva called the Goddess of Wisdom?” Miss Gray: "That’s easy. She never got married." Martin (going home): "Well I must be off." Mr. Dyer: "That’s what I thought." Mr. Sims: "You can tell u boy who smokes but you can’t tell him much " Elmer Purath: "Why come to the game drunk?" C. Koch: "’S cheaper. She two gamesh for one admishon.”'JAe IRIS t at« one hundred luijsmrnr Ae IRIS HELP! HELP! Sample Answers To Exam Questions: “Henry Longfellow was bom at the early age of 12 in Maine, while his parents were traveling in Europe. He had many fast friends, umon the fastest were Phoebe and Alice Cary. ' "A deacon is the lowest kind of Christian ” "The press today is the mouth organ of the people.” F. Socctor: "I don’t like those photographs ut all. I look like an ape.” Mr. Kennedy: “You should have thought about that before you had them taken.” "Dear Val," the wife wrote from a fashionable hotel. "I enclose the hotel bill.” "Dear Mary.” responded the spouse. 1 enclose check to covcr tne bill. Do not buy any more hotels at that figure, they are cheating vou." MEAN THING M. less: "I had a little engine trouble last night.” K. Gethmg: "You mean thing, you never have that when I'm with you." SO THERE Amcl Banruich (Telling a joke): "Now do you sec the joke?" Mac Vetter: "If it is what I think it is I don’t, and you’re no gentlemen." CAN’T GET STARTED Miss Hussey: "Alice, hasn’t that young man been here lonjj enough'” Alice: "No. he s awfully slow." DIVE. THIS IS A DEEP ONE Mr. Burrough’s: "Knopc. arc you learning anything back there?" Knopc: "No sir. I’m just listening to you " Theda Keffner: "What do you fellows talk about after a dance?" Harley Powell: "The same you girls talk about.” Theda: "Oh. you horrid things " It sometimes takes a girl fifteen minutes to say "Hello" to a girl friend, but she can say “Hello” to a boy friend in half a minute. A girl can say "Goodbye" to a girl in half a minute but it sometimes takes her two hours to say "Goodbye” to a boy friend. Page wi» hundred ttxiy-ei£ht MR ROGERS’ CONTRIBUTION TO THE IRIS "A jolly young chemistry luff While mixing a compound of stuff Dropped a match in the phial And after a while They found his front teeth and a cuff." J. Wilson: (Pointing to a picture of a Zebra) "What is this?" Her Brightest: "A horse in a bathing suit.” Editor of Pointer looking for Society News. V. Lawrie: "1 hear that you are engaged again ’’ L. Johannas: "No. just under new management. "Handke swears awfully.” K Koch: "Yes. I can do better myself." Mr. Ddzcll: "Did you have noble ancestors too'” M. Scott: "1 don’t know anything about my forefathers.” Mr Dclzdl: "Holy Smokes' Four fathers, you got three on me. THE POOR NUT Buck Weaver: ' Yes all right I’ll be Santa Claus." Margaret Ryan: "All right remember he only comes around once a year." A CURRENT JOKE V. Williams: "That girl over there in a live wire." V. Weisner . "All right introduce me. I want to get shocked " AND THEN DEEP SILENCE She. “What shall we talk about?” M. Finch: “Oh. lets talk about something worth while." She: "Naw. I get tired of talking about myself. Mr Steiner: "Ihis uuiz will be conducted on the honor system. Please sit three chairs apart and in alternate rows."IRIS ADVICE TO SPRING POETS Just now the grass is bloming green. Get pen and paper—describe the scene. The birds are piping in the trees. Perfume is wafted in the brcerc So set you down with paper white To tell about your spring delight. And if the skys above arc blue. ! n't forget to tell that too. Nor the flowers in their beds. Lift up their dainty pretty heads. Up toward the radiant sun; Get these things down, forget not one. And then to give a touch of style. Throw in some similes worth while; And how the Springtime like "Big Ben.” Awakes all sleepers once again. And then before you close your verse. Mention that things could r c much worse; Behind each cloud, still shines the sun, And God is good to everyone Now is your noble task complete For you have covered all vour sheet. And when you get this off your chest. Please die. and give us all a rest. NO DIPLOMAT Stern Pa: "Will you be able to treat my daughter in the way she has been accustomed1 ‘ Sonnev St. Clair; "No, but I can treat her decently. (Curtain is here rung down to denote elapse of time.) Passing Pedestrian; “My poor man. were you struck by an auto?" A LARGE STATEMENT Irene Hart: "So you admire my mouth, do vou?" Earl Masc (absently): "Yes. I think it’s simply immense." Mr. Collins (after u long discussion): “And now we find that j: equals ." Lcs Reynolds: "Gee. all of that work for nothing " Mr. Dyer blows into the office: "Is President Sims in1" Miss Rolfson: “No. he's out.” Mr. Dyer: “Will he be back after lunch?" Miss Rolfson: “No. thut’s what he went out after." EXTREMELY SO C. Card: "Was your uncle’s operation a success1" Jim Doolittle: "Sure was. He left us ten thousand berries." OH BABY Fred Manley: "All extremely bright men arc conceited.” W. Opperman: "Oh. I don’t know-, I’m not.” Myron Finch; "I say. how many cigarettes do you smoke a day ?” Walt Bruce: "Any given number." SING A SONG OF SIX PENSE ________ Brother's lost a button from his $13 shirt. Mother’s sewing fasteners on her $40 skirt. Sister’s nice and comfy in Iter $80 fur. "What’s George doing now?" And father works like sixty for his §30 per. "Film business " "Actor?” "No—tooth-paste." OUR EDITOR’S IDEA OF HEAVEN I wish I were a little rock Sittin’ on a hill A doin’ nothin’ all day long But just a sittin’ still. I wouldn’t eat; I wouldn’t sleep; I wouldn’t even wash; I’d just sit still a thousand years And Rusi myself by gosh. J. Stevens: "Thish matsh won’t light." Ben Schraml: "Whadsha matter with it?" Jack: "1 dunno—it lit all right a min’t ago. George Connors: "The German Marks ure very low.” MaeVey: "They're no lower than mine.” Pai one hundred tlxly-runcSfte iris A T£ ? TAKift a Pic.ru fie irt nffi fa my ostu kl ajXo f ypi o. 7 JE OOOfi 100 0, JHlSlSTHt W y RfA t,M. Kell-AHANANOl.il• 01-Tlach lot fto mYm y re -fwro am or o»t ohl .y eE VSCOTE ? SOME OF THE faculty members TAKE UP SKIING- AMSS vvf ecu- Pair one hundred seventyZ7Ae IRIS K. Gcthing. “Whenever I go out with Tess it seems as though he’s writing home,” Davis: “How’s that?" K. Gething: “He’s always talking about himself.” Swctland: “Why didn't you turn out for track practice yesterday?" Earl Mace: "I had a date, sir " Swctland: "Had a date, did you?" Mace: "Yes sir. but I didn’t break training A Miss is as good as a Mite, you know." H. Merrill; "I want to buy a make-up box." The Pol: “A make-up box? We don’t keep cosmetics." H. Mcrr l: "You dumb-bell. It’s a box of candy I want. I’m two hours late for a date." Williams: "I had my nose broken in three places this winter " St. Clair: "But why do you keep on going to those places." L. Bcaudin: “Auggie. why don’t you go out for football?" Sigurdson "I don’t like to do things by halves " THE IDEAL ROOMMATE Docs not snore Knows lots of women and is generous about it Docs not rave about the "one and only.” Wears his own clothes Is the same sire as I am Lends his clothes willingly. Is good for a new story every day. l akes our courses Docs not turn on the light when he comes in late. Wears his own shoes, and furnishes shoe polish. B. Anderson: "Heard you had a girl." F. Spccktor: "Yeah—two weeks.' B Anderson: "Kissed her yet ?” F. Spccktor: "No, but 1 believe a guy could." St. Clair: "Why arc you parking’" Knope: "There's a miss in the car.” AREN'T THEY ALL? Mr. Burroughs: "You can’t miss finding it in the library It’s a dull red book." APOLOGIES TO "WILLIE MORRIS" A pretty young girl named Tillic. Had a beau about whom she was silly. A proposal she wanted. So that’s what she taunted. "When Willie, when Willie, when Will-hc. EXPERIENCED When you begin reading the letter over twice or thrice or more— And studying even the envelope and postmark. And gazing long at the opening and closing in search of some deeply hidden meaning. And admiring the handwriting and the stationary. And smiling a dreamy smile as you read. You’re gone, my boy. you’re gone Signed: Carl Backer. Snyder failed in Physics and dunked in Chem. And we often heard him hiss. "I’d like to catch the guy that said: Ignorance is bliss." A STEAL R. Tillison: “Whose dress can I wear tonight ?” B. Morris: "There is something praying on my mind-----------" W. Shaffer: "Never mind, it will soon starve.” If you can’t laugh at the joke of the age. laugh at the age of the joke—So don’t squak. The reason some of the S. P. N. Girls (Home Ec) would rather have a position than get married is because they can resign the one. whereas they have to become resigned to the other. "Do you know where Mrs. Green, the washerwoman lives?" “No, but she hangs out on Main Street.” L. Leek: “Will vou accept a pet monkey?" L. Johannes: "Oh. so sudden. I must ask father first." Dr. Rodgers spring tonic for track men— "Ketchup.” Mr Garby: "Who made the first nitride in this country?" Cummings. "Paul Revzre." BIBLE BASEBALL Eve stole first. Adam stole sccood. St. Peter umpired the game While Ruth in the field won fame. Williams was struck out by David A base hit was made on (Able) by (Cain). The prodigal son made one home run. and Noah gave out checks for rain. Pot on hundred itieniy-ontr Ae IRIS F. Manley :m "She says she would rather dance than cat.” F. Vaughn: "Well, she'll find plenty of men who would rather sign a dance program than a dinner check." "Money." said Harold Rheinhardt. "Is called 'dough.' because a man needs it for his daily bread." Did you ever try onions for a "bud breath?' L Lamb: "Arc you a student?" V. Weisner: "No. I go to Normal.” G. Coon: "Are you u fraternity man?" Porky: “No. I wear my own clothes." Miss Meston: " The proof of the pudding is in the eating." E. Smith: "Yes. Kit I'm no test tube.” St. Clair In assembly: "I wish he’d speak louder. I can’t hear." Knopc: "Well, thank God und shut up." Miss Allen: "Now Faith, what became of the swine that had the evil spirit cast into them?" Faith: "They were made into deviled ham." THAT'S STRETCHING IT! By gum!” No. borrow mine." She: "I'm telling you for the last time that you can't kiss me." He: "Ah. I knew you'd weaken eventually!" Critic: "What does that picture represent." Artist: "Satan's Daughter.” Critic: "Oh. Hell's Belle, eh?" "Oh. Miss Smith, don't call me Mr. Stevens.” "But really. Mr Stevens. I hardly know you Why shouldn’t I call you Mr. Stevens?" "Because my name is Jones.” Fred: "Why did Ella refuse you1" W. Bruce: “I can't think." Fred: "I thought that might be the rcuson." "Compliment for you " "What?" "Susie says you got acute indigestion. B. Anderson: "R. Cummings is a seedy individual." F. Klcist: "Yes. and he grows on you after a while." I , Trumbul: "Arc you married?" J. Doolittle: "No. 1 look that way because a horse kicked me.” Mr. Right sell: "I won't go into heat until ■•ftcr exams.” Mr. Dclzcll: "Hear the latest?' Miss Welch: "No. what?" Mr. Dclzcll: "Neither did I." Jeanette Smith (teaching history): "Give the terms of the trease peaty.” Mr Swetlund: "I have been wanting to tell you something about a ‘week Kick.' " Miss Bronson: "What is it Swctland— Sloans Liniment1” SAVE? Miss Evans: "What is the difference between a dime novel and a classic?” Ruth Thompson: "A dollar and forty cents.” A PUZZLER Moonbeams: "Miss Jones, will you answer just one more question? Miss Jones: "What is it?" Moonbeams: "Why is it that the little fishes don’t drown before they learn to sw im?" TO THOSE WHO FAIL Try eating yeast cakes with the hope that you may rise in school. BUG-HOUSE FABLES "I want to pay my fine in the library before the librarians forget about it." Pair one hundred tneruy-iuvIRIS Mr. Collins: "Don't be in a hurry about working those problems in geometry, any time this semester will do.” Mr. Steiner: "You may recite from your notebook." Mr. Swctland "Smoke all the cigarettes you want to. the track meet won't be held for two weeks.” Miss Welch: "You may bring that reserve book back when you get time.” Miss Roach: "I am opposed to any social gatherings in this school." Miss Hussey: "Wouldn’t you girls like to go to the Moose Dance'1" OLD MAIDS LAUGHTER He ? He ? He ? When Porky Rcdfield got his pictures from the Studio this is what they told him: "It's better that the husband be a handy man than a handsome one.” HOW'S THIS? Swctland: (training the track team) "Now. men. lie on your backs and work your feet as tht ugh you were on a bicycle.” Chet Atkinson stops. Swctland: "Why did you stop?" Chet: "I'm coasting.’' M. Tess: "May 1 have the next dance?' M Ryan: “Yes. if you can find a partner.' ADVICE TO GIRLS Don't put these jokes too near your face. Or you’ll be blown to chowder. It's dangerous to put dry things too close to a store of powder. Miss Jones "What is a skeleton’" Carl M.: "A skeleton is bones with the person rubbed oft." MORE HELP Mr. Mott: "Don’t cry little boy; if you don’t find a penny before dark, here’s a match." P S. BEG PARDON Oh' Yes' The faculty also had a team in the volley ball tournament—Mr. Steiner acted as skipper—NufF said. Burglar: "Money or your life ” Proh Steiner: "You’d better take my life Neither I. nor any other man can live on my money.” When Murv was born they gave her a perambulator. Then she grew up a bit and they gave her a velocipede. When she got a little older they gave her a pony and cart. When she was in grammar school they gave her a bicycle While she was in normal the folks gave her a Stut:. At her wedding they donated an aeroplane. Now she’s starting in again with a perambulator. Florence Klcist: "Aren’t these hose a bit nashv?” Keen Salesman: "Yes Miss; indeed they arc. and the papers forecast strong winds for the next few days.” Florence: "I’ll take them.” Barber: "Shave Sir’” Mr. Evans: "No. a haircut." Barber: "You don’t need a haircut Sir. You need a shine." Swctland: "Oh. Hell'" Dyer: "That reminds me. I’ve got to go home." Payton: "Where are you going’" Payne: "Chemistryexam. Payton: "Going to take the acid test, eh?" Knopc: "Wanna go horsebackmjj’" Coon: "No. horses don’t like me Knopc: "I do ’’ (loon: "Well, donkeys arc different." Mr. Collins (To Pueschncr entering 10 minutes late): "When were you bom’" Pueschncr: "April second.’’ Mr. Collins: "Late again." I att ont humbrti tntnly-lhret JAe IRIS THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS "Oh goody goody.” veiled Wiesner as he was led away to begin the ij year sentence imposed for a score of hold-ups. "You're a ioyful guy for a fellow that's in for i n years.' growled the jailor. "That’s just what makes me happy I was scared stiff the judge was going to make it life.” NOT TOO ROUGH BOYS Mr Clark, (in science) "Now when two bodies come together in motion heat is generated ” Harry Merrill: "Nosir. I don’t believe that. I hit a guy yesterday, and he knocked me cold.” Margaret Ryan: "I have a hair-raising storv to tell you.” Tubby Welch: "Don't tell it to me. tell it to Mr. Evans." Less Reynolds to the Judge: “Good morning sir. how arc you?" The Judge: “Fine—Twenty-five Dollars.” MeVey: "Have you ever been pinched for going too fast?’’ L. Leak: "No. but I've been slapped." L. Radcliffc: "At home we have a cow that shimmies.” D. Greggv: "Ah. the original milkshake." A COMMON TELEPHONE CALL AT NE 1-SON HALL He: "Is that vou darling?" She: "Yes. who is this? ’ SAYS MERTON STEVENS 1 love this babble babble. I love this fluent flow. I love to wind my mouth up' I love to have it go. A young man with a pretty but flirtatious fiance Wrote to a rival: “I hear that you have been kissing my girl, come to my office at eleven on Saturday. I want to have this out " His reply was: “I have received your circular letter, and will be at the meeting." Cal Chancy: "I must be going, it’s twelve o’clock.” Connie Davis: "Oh. please don't! I thought Fred was coming, and set the clock ahead ” Batty: "Mablc looks like a million tonight ." Catty: "I know: but she is really only thirty-two." Mr. Smith: "The law says all flappers under twenty-one arc minors." Butch Anderson "Yes. they're real gold diggers.” B. Vinkel: "People say I have eyes just like my father." Tack Allen: “Uh-huh. pop-eyed." Q. “What can I do to avoid falling hair?" A. "Jump out of the way,," Ham: "Marriage is a great game, isn't it?" Virg: "Yes, but it always results in a tie." Neva: "That soda clerk is awfully clever. He can always raise a laugh " Nina: "Yes, he actually made a banana split the other day." CAN YOU IMAGINE. . . . Mr. Watson being crabby? Miss Roach quiet at a game ? Coach Swetland in a dress suit’ Mr. Delzell not in good humor’ Miss I lussev assigning a short lesson’ C. Chiany not talking about the latest donees? Miss Jones giving you a bawling out? Nick Allen not trying to flirt ’ Frank Spccktor loafing1 BY THESE SAYINGS YE SHALL KNOW THEM Mr. Burroughs: "Beg pardon—Just a moment please—I insist on ioo perfect in the jo ooints in the speakers chart Mr. Smith: "Do you get my line of reasoning’" Mr. Steiner: "Don't you see?" (Pointing his finger.) Mr. Mott: “Naow. arc there any questions?" Miss Bcnscotcr: “I’m a detective too." Mr. Sims: "Play up' Play up! Play up! Play the game!" PiMtf one hunJrtil tei-enty- ouiyAe IRIS WHY SCHOOL TEACHERS GET WRINKLES Some Answers—Can You Guess the Questions' A triangle is a circle with three comers to it. The government of a country that is ruled by a king is a monkey. The alimentary canal connects Lake Eric with the Hudson River A saxaphone is an instrument played on by the early Saxons. A mountain range is a big cooking stove used in a hotel. The torrid cone is caused by the friction of the equator which runs round the earth in the middle. In some cities a woman can vote at a school election if she has been the mother of a child for eight weeks at least Longitude and latitude arc imaginary lines on the earth which show you which way you arc going. A vacuum is an empty place with nothing in it. A Mr. Newton invited gravity with the aid of an apple. There was no such man as Hamlet He lived in Denmark. A curve is a straight line that has been bent. Bi-monthly means the installment plan. The climate is caused by hot and cold weather. Gold was discovered in California before any one knew it was there. When a volcano spits fire it is called saliva. Admiral Bird: "Darn right I got a girl in every port What of it?" Marv Gustin: "You’re no sailor, you're a wholesaler.” Guest at the Spot: "What’s the matter with this coffee. It looks like mud." Sky Wallace: "Yes sir. it was ground this morning ” Balloonist (lost in fog): "Hello, down there! Where am I ?" Farmer: "Ye can't fool me. young feller, ycr up in that basket.” REMEMBER THE TIME WHEN. . . . You first entered S. P. N. Miss Welch told you not to worry about your fine in the library’ Mr Herrick said "Call at the office." Merlin Tcss played basket ball just to show the other fellows up’ You received an excellent on your lesson plan’ You missed your breakfast to get to general ex.? Mr. Dyer did not have un announcement to make? Barber: "You look talented.” "That's why I want my haircut." Beatrice: "Tell me quite frankly, do you prefer blonds or brunettes?" Less: "Yes. dearie." Boarding house lady: "Do you want a room’" St. Clair: "No. I want to disguise myself as a banana and sleep in the fruit dish " “I hang my head in shame every time I sec the family wash in the back yard." "Oh. do they?" “The Spring is here'" cried Clarence Went land as he took the back off his Ingersoll. Wilma: "Bill says what he knows about driving would fill a book." Ruby: "Yes, and what he doesn't know would fill a hospital." Mrs Noah: "Noah, dear, what can be the matter with the camel?” Noah: "The poor devil has both the fleas." Julie Bradt: "Dec. if you do not stop I am going to call papa. Stop. now. I tell you, take your arm down. Papa! Papa'” Papa: "What is it?" She: "What time is it’" Mr. Collins: "Gcorgic. take the next problem." Miss Payne: (Half asleep) "I pass.” Pat on hundred ier nty-fii rMe IRIS THE SIX AGES OF WOMEN At 16—“How dare you sir?” i»—"I'm sure I don’t know you.” to—"I don’t think we’ve been introduced ” 25—"I'm sure we have some friend in common, so it really doesn’t matter.” 40—"My dear man can you lend me a match ” If love wasn't so often based on powder, there would be fewer marital blow-ups. Two girls looking Buck Weaver over: "See that big football star’ l ie's a fine example of physical culture ’’ "Oh. I tjvxight he was one of those popular mechanics." Cop: "Say. do you know you just missed killing that old lady Bill Maurice: (Unthinkingly) “I’m awfully sorry officer." Telephone Talcum Theatre Tete-a-tete Tumult SORORITY TEAS Twilight Taxi Toddle T rousscau Tee Hee Betty Collins: "I heard something nice about you today.” Annabel Clark: "Is that so-’" Betty: "Yes. Mr. Delzell said you resembled me" An astronomer is a man who looks ut the moon when he is not in love. A lover is a man who looks at the moon when he is not an astronomer. "Yes. they’ve condemned the old asylum building.” "Why?" "Why? They say it’s just full of cracks." S. Davis: "My roommate and I don't speak any more. When he sai{i the room was always so warm when we get up in the morning. I told him he had to cut out talking in his sleep." First Dormoritc: "My roommate calls her Sweetie ‘North Star.’ because he is out every night. My sister calls hcr’s ‘Ivory.’ because he is 99% pure.” Second 1 ormoritc: "I don’t call my Sweetie anything. He comes without calling. ’ " These woolen blankets make me itch: 1 try to sleep the best I can." "There ain’t no sheets around the house since father joined the Ku Klux Klan.” READY' FIRE' Many a man is a big gun until he is fired. "Arc there any feet in town larger than yours?" "Only one pair Snyder has to pull his trousers off over his head ” Jilted Papke: “Away with women' C. Went land: "I wish I had it.” MaeVey: "Get down on your knees.” Powell: "I can’t. It’s all I can do to get down on my upper lip.” M. Finch: "Hie—Sa funny thing, but when water—hie—freezes it always—hie—freezes w ith the slippery side up.” CARNIVOROUS Side by side they stood in a beautiful white array. What a spectacle it was' Brilliant as a mirror in th: sun. struight and strong, they were an imposing spectacle. Glistening red tops—They were like an undefeated battalion that could tear and crush when set in motion Then imagine my surprise when the old women carefully took the whole set out of her mouth and soaked them in a glass of cold water. Julia R : "Do you always have permission from the dean when you go stenping’" Ella Achterberg: "No. I nuve a season ticket!” For Sai 1:: My I Icight —Eleanor Mularcki. Mr. Dyer and Mablc Welker enter into a conversation: Mablc: "Do you think I will ever be able to use my voice’' Mr. Dyer: "It might come in handy in ease of fire." Ethel Shampnor: "Say Evelyn, how many men arc there on our football team?" Evelyn Sharf: "Ten and a quarter, I think.” For Rent: Mv popularity with the girls Apply Myron Finch. For Sale: My curling iron. Nina Porter. Lost: A bunch of locker keys held by a safety pin. A Primary Senior. P.» onr hurulrtd .wifniy-MXPnt iwie httndrfil wwniy-MwnIRIS Name Bill Morris Merlin Teas Val Bird Lil. Bctlach L. Danielson L. Jaspulski R Cummings Louis Leak Francis Knope Flo. Klcist Elvira Czcsklobi Mike Kondzella STEVENS POINT NORMAL HOSPI TAL Ailment Love Swelled Head Spring Fever Giggling Tardiness Thinking Mama’s Boy Fussing Idle Fashion-Plaic Shyness Truancy Cure Time Hard Knocks Prolonged Vacation Incurable Retard Time Graduation Hard Boiled Eggs A Steadv Girl Work Calico Apron Unnecessary A Whip Remarks He'll Recover A Bad Case Recovery Possible Harmless Retire Earls-Only Case On Record I Hopeless Will Recover When Married No Ambition Grow Thinner Mild Case Get Him A Job Disease Dignitis Sharkitis Athlcticitis Giglyitis Dancitis Gossipitis Cupiditis Heart Trouble Churchitis Bohitis THE SICK LIST Afflicted Kathleen Gocthing Loretta Cramer Henrietta Kalschcad Eleanor Nellcr Ruth Sachtien Helen Frank Alice Benson MarvelIc Rasmussen Eleanor Taylor Leona Mantke Cure Treatment Of Laughing Gas Hopeless Vaccination Prohibition Of Dancing Continuous Diet Of Gum Hitching Ccrcmony A Cook! Quarantine New Style Of Hair-Dressing Someone: "I can make a worse face than that!" Someone Else: "Yeah! but look at the start ych got!" Miss Hussey (to the girls who were passing for the Y W. C. A. picture): "Look pleasant girls, this isn’t half as serious as getting married!" AN IDEAL PRIMARY STUDENT SHOULD HAVE: The originality of Lorettu Cramer. ITic enthusiasm of Phyllis Foreman. The intellect of May lowers. I he determination of Winifred Hudson. I he pep of Octavia Van Ccstcm. The humor of Alice Kamp. I he good nature of Margaret Scott The conscientiousness of Wilma Shaffer I he smile of Evelyn Rvbicke. I he marcel of Mr. Delzcll. The dreamy looks of Lucile Stephenson The dressy appearance of Julia Raymaker. The speed of Emma Thompson. Emily: "Where arc you going’” Lois W.: "I’m going to a show!” Emily: "With that hole in your stocking?’ Lois: "No. with Ruth Hoffman.” THREE AXIOMS TO REMEMBER WHEN DEALING WITH COEDS 1. Get ’em. 2. Pet ’em ). Forget ’em. FOR MEN ONLY Girls—Don’t Read This! If there's anything that worries a woman It’s something she ought not to know But you bet she’ll find out anyhow. If she gets the least kind of a show. Now. we’ll wager ten cents to a quarter T his poem she s already read— We knew she’d get at it somehow If she had to stand on her head. Miss Evans: "Who was Homer?" H. Karolus: "The guy Babe Ruth made famous." Nina Me. wanted to know the difference between pith and pitch. "Docs Mr. Evans lisp?" Miss Taylor: "Name some of the causes for people being under weight." Junior: "Improper Sleep." Pag ont hutuireJ Kitniy-tighi7Ae IRIS Really now. Girls, Isn’t it Awful To be Watching A Sunset With him And have Him say, "How beautiful" And then Find that He’s really Looking at The Sunset? Fie tried to kiss Helen, And hell ensued. So then he quit Helen. And Helen sued. THE HEIGHT OF PRESUMPTION: To ask an officer where you can buy u Police Gazette. Ed. Jensen: "I’m a Normal man. and I want a position.” Employer: "No Normal man will work in this place?’ Ed Jensen "Who mentioned work'" IF Kissing a Miss is Kissing amiss Arc there Any more blisses In kissing a Mrs. Connie: "And after we're married Cal: "What do you mean married!" Connie: "Oh Jack! How dare you hold my hand if you aren’t serious!" Walt Bruce: "And what did you discover Ed Cook (at music counter): "Have you about our family tree? 'Hot Lips?’" Genealogist: I found that it was of the She (behind same): "No. mine arc chapped. meet-bearing variety, but that’s none of your business." lone Norton in Bacteriology: "What did Burroughs: "Chaucer?” they mean, when they said the Limburger Knopc: "No thanks, but I’ll take a cigar-cheese walked away ?" ettc." We’ve tried to make this funny. We’ve tried to make you smile— If you think all this is sunny jast try it yourszlf awhile. We’ve tried to please the public And pass the censor too If you think these arc pretty racy Look at those that didn’t get through. Pat on hundred tn nly.nin IRIS When will you arrive? A traveler once asked Aesop how long it would take to get to Athens. Aesop said that he didn't know, and the traveler stalked off exasperated. After he had walked for a few moments. Aesop hailed him. “It will take you one hour to reach Athens." he said. "Why didn't you say so in the first place?" demanded the traveler. Because." said Aesop. "I had to see how fast you could walk." There are travelers on the road to "Financial Independence" who probably would like to know when they will reach their goal. According to Aesop, it will depend on the amount and regularity of the deposits they make. Why not start on your way to financial independence? You can open a Savings account here with one dollar or more. Start NOW. First National Bank Stevens Point. Wisconsin HOTEL WHITING " The House of Courtesy' MID-WEST HOTEL CO Operator The City of Wonderful Water • | u-------------------------------------------------------------- D. M. ANKER Manager Pate one hurvirni eithly-oneIRIS t»------------------------------• STATE NORMAL SCHOOL STEVENS POINT. WISCONSIN The Growing School in Central Wisconsin Opens its Thirty-first Year Sept. II, 1924 Easily Accessible Expenses Moderate Scholastic Standards High Social Life Pleasant The outlook for trained teachers was never better. We have more calls than we can fill. Train here for a good position. Write to us for further information. WE HAVE A COURSE EOR YOU Address: President John F. Sims STEVENS POINT. WIS. u----------------------------------------------------------a Put one hunJreJ eifhly-tuvOhe IRIS V Welcome Students We extend a cordial invitation to all students, who desire information relative to the use of gas or electrical appliances, to come to our office for assistance. Make Our Office YOUR INFORMATION BUREAU Do you know how gas is made ? Ask to see our gus plant in operation. Do you know how electricity for light and power is distributed1 Arrange to have us take you through our electric substation. Wisconsin Valley Electric Co. Phone 10 Service Above Self 505 Main St. E7VERY successful corporation, as well as a suc-cessful individual, regulate their expenditures by their income - in other words, they regulate their expenses by the Budget System. Let us help you establish such budget. o--------- o Citizens National Bank " The Bank That Service Built' u pat one A hundredVAe IRIS V n Jl good appearance helps win success I he young msn who dresses in good taste has an advantage over the fellow who does not. Thus it is to be expected that the young men students of the State Normal with the education the school gives them, they are well prepared to take up the battles of life. students of the Normal 1 IlC thing that young men soon learns is that it pays them to tic up with" The Continental. They know this stores reputation for square dealing; they're familiar with our superior service. We appreciate the business of our Normal school friends and try at all times to reciprocate by boosting the institution and its varied activities. K K The CONTINENTAL "The Men's Store' u-------------------------------- Pat •»» hundred eithty-JourAn Innovation In SCHOOL ANNUAL WORK LOOK carefully through this issue of the Iris. Notice -✓ the excellent manner in which the illustrations are reproduced, the attractive type arrangement, and the perfection of the work through the entire book. Add to this excellence of production a new plan of co-operation, which makes School Annual Building easy for the editors. This service is something absolutely new in the school annual business. It includes novel helps in every department of your annual that you can obtain in no other way. Write for particulars regarding this unique system. MEYER PRESS Printers Publishers AppletoniWis.THE SCHOOL ANNUAL IN THE MAKING can be a success or failure according to the quality of the illustrations employed. If you want a successful annual something snappy and full of life—the high quality of art work and engraving of the Mandel Engraving Co and Art Studios will aid you to this end. We arc a reliable house, and make a specialty of school and college illustrations. Each department is under a capable head, which insures close inspection and prevents the various defects so common to the product of many concerns. An early start is necessary. Drop us a line and one of our representatives will call on you prepared to show you the HOW and WHY ofVAe IRIS V PHONES office299W es 2D9R (Jhe Iforld moves -so do uv." Handy to the Station 7E urc so located that wc can give you immediulv and ’ ’ speedy service on any trunks, baggage, or express that come in for you. Our men arc careful in handling all trunks, suitcases and express packages when we haul anything for you, it will reach you undamaged. This sort of work is our specialty and we do it as it should be done Call us anytime, wc are always ready to do your bidding and to get your things to you in quick time. FREIGHT BACCACE CGENERAL TRANSFER WORK r TRANSFER E BRIGGS STREET. ELECTRIC SALES COMPANY THE HOME OF EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL You'll Find Us At COR NORMAL AVE ’ N. Rl ST phone 66 CIGARS TOBACCO TUXEDO CALL J2b W FOR SCORES CANDY SODAS R. W. McMURCHIE PRINTING CO. Printers of fine Stationery phone 23b | ji8 Main St. Second Floor STEVENS POINT. WIS. Begin Your Summer at our Fountain ♦ « Krembs DrugStore 17 Steps From Postoffice a Pii£ one hunJr( i eighty-fneThe Cook Studio on your photograph means the same as STERLING on your silverware. W'e always aim lo please. I age one huiulred eighty-su'JHe IRIS v Our Invitation is that you Come and See Our complete line of LADIES’ WAISTS. SUI TS. DRESSES. HOSE and UNDERWEAR ■fii YOU GET Service Courtesy and Satisfaction at Moll-Glennon Co. n Mayer’s Shoe House People desiring the best in footwear decide on Mayer's shoes. 14 years of continual style revelation in quality footwear has gained for Mayer's the leadership enjoyed in this section of the country. C. B. Mayer Shoe Co. 452 MAIN ST STEVENS POINT Stores at W ausau and Stevens Point Ferdinand Hirzy Official Jewelers for S. P. N. a Pat one hundred eichly-teven ve IRIS V J. PEIKERTS SONS Exclusive Leather Store TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS. SUITCASES. SHOES and PARCEL POST LAUNDRY CASES 116 North Third Street n PEICKERT'S Sanitary Meat Market ' The Market that Service Built i 1 451 Main St. j11 N. Second St French Campbell Co. 449 Main St. Magazines, Newspapers, Books. Stationery. School Supplies, Athletic Goods Special attention to student trade TENNIS GOLF SPORT SHOP City Fruit 411 MAIN ST. Exchange EVERYTHING FOR THE ATHLETE The Place for Fresh AND SPORTSMAN Fruits and Confectioneries PHONE 1 159 BASEBALL FISHING Tel. 51 457 Main Streei Macklin - Wilson Eloral Co. Where Everybody Coes Flowers for all social events. NEW MAJESTIC Corsages and cut flowers of Slexens Points Finest Theatre every kind. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK PHOTOPLAYS WITH MUSIC PHONE 80W The By-word for Entertainment U A l a£e one hundred eithiy-eifhtVAe IRIS CIGARS UP-TO-DATE Clothing and Furnishings BURLYS for Men and Boys Make it your Home BILLIARDS ED.RAZNER job Main St Baebenroth' 5 DrugStore Hotel Whiting Corner STEVEN'S POINT. WIS. E. A. Arenberg Hanowitzs The Leading Jeweler ‘ The New Things First“ f i Fine watch repairing a Specialty Featured in LADIES’ READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY and DRY GOODS Y i Normal School Rings and Pins Wisconsin Shoe Repair Shop AND Official Watch Inspector for Soo Line SHOE SHINE PARLOR We repair all kinds of shoes 447 Main St. m Strongs Avenue u------------:------------------------------------------------a Pat on hundrni nhly-runtV •J yAe IRIS “A Smile'' A smile, it is said, goes a long way towards making friends. But it takes a lot more to keep them. Values, like smiles, make customers, but it takes service, satisfaction and courtesy to keep them. Where Smart style meets moderate prices. Fisher ’s JI Specialty Shop for Women Apparel Specialists for Women and Alisses WHERE QUALITY COUNTS Books, Stationery, School Supplies Engraved Visiting Cards, Kodaks and Photographic Supplies H. D. McCulloch Company Druggists and Groceries pal' one hunJre.l mnel  Ae IRIS THE NORMAL EAT SHOP LOOK AT US WE EAT THERE L. O. GR ASSM AN 1209 MAIN TEL. 1105 A. L. HALSTEAD “THE PAL” FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES Just a Little Fetter than you can get elsewhere 624 Ellis St. Phone 188J LUNCHES CANDIES ICE CREAM Men's Snappy Quality SHOES Fur Trimmings and Nothing Over Five Dollars We Fit You Orthopedically Fur Coats Schaftner’s Electric Shoe Shop 517 Strongs Ave. Phone 19b W Nigbor Fur Coat Company a Pate on hundred runeiy-on IRIS •-----------------------------------------------n Try us with your next Dry Cleaning —then notice for vourself why our CLEANING IS BEST Normington Brothers Launderers and Dry Cleaners Phone 380 Interior Finish Long Distance Telephone No. 88 Vetter Manufacturing Co. Manufacturers of and Dealers in Doors, Sash and Mouldings Lumber FRAMES STAIRS PORCH HARDWOOD FLOORING STORE FRONTS Page one hundred mnery-iuoEstablished i8bj Incorporated 1911 KREMBS HARDWARE COMPANY "THE PIONEER HARDWARE MERCHANTS ' EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE ATHLETIC GOODS. CUTLERY, and COOKING UTENSILS Compliments of The Pa gel Milling Co. Manufaturers and Distributors FLOUR FEED AND GRAIN MORY For Ice Cream DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Tel. A99 Beauty Shofc M. Molski Shafton Bldg., ‘Iell 122-J Stevens Point. Wis. a Pat on hundred ninety-three UIRIS Deerwood Food Products AT ALL GROCERIES The Copps Company Distributors WISCONSIN STATE BANK ---of---- STEVENS POIN' $ $ $ Not the biggest —but the best. Start a Savings Account with a Growing Institution and grow with us. Pane ont hundred ninety-fourHANNON-BACH PHARMACY Service and Quality PRESCRIPTIONS KODAKS DRUGS SODAS STEVENS POINT , WISCONSIN Where Style Shop Where Finer Your Things Women's Wear Exclusively Patronage Cost Is Most Less 41b Main St. STEVENS POINT. WIS. Appreciated Guy H. Miller J. B. Sullivan Co. PLUMBING and HEATING Quality and Service Phone 297-471 no Strongs Ave. pale one hundreti ntnely-fit V « SHAFTON'S Kuppenheimer Clothing Emery Shirts THE FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR WOMEN “The Store That Satisfies FORD RENTAL Cash in-Moran One Passenger 25c QUALITY GROCERIES AND FRUITS Extra Passengers icc each Cars Rented Without Drivers Fred Ball. Prop. 113 Strongs Avc. Phone 71 KUHL BROS. COME TO GENERAL DRY GOODS Taylor’s Drug Ladies’ and Gent's Hosiery Store Silks, Clothing and Furnishings for your Prices always the lowest Toilet Articles. Stationery, 401-403 Main Street Perfumes and Candy Your Lunch J. L. JENSON Buy ii at the Bake-Rite Bakery FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Pokers of good things 441 Main St. • 432 Main Phone 30 4 Pat on hurulrfd nmrijMli JAe IRIS HODSON’S ICE CREAM "THE BETTER KIND" PHONE i to PA PPAS CAFE MEALS ICE CREAM QUALITY FIRST CANDY SERVICE ALWAYS Finch-Redfield Service Co. Valvoline Gasoline—High and Low l est VALVOLINE OIL Mobiloil 1 i f mi MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 1105 ( iX one hundred nmety-'r.enV VAe IRIS The Rolls-Royce of Toy Land All steel and wood with rubber tires, finished in bright weather-proof colors. No pinchy places. FLIVVER The Joy Toy for Girl or Boy THE AUTOMATIC CRADLE MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of Lullaby Self-swinging Cradles, Bassinnetles, Cribs, Screened Cribs, Flivvers, Kiddie Flivvers, Baby Flivvers, and Small Wagons STEVENS POINT, WISCONSIN “OUR 27TH YEAR" b ----------- —-------------------------------------a Page one hunJted ninety-eight JAe IRIS With the Compliments and Sincere Good Wishes of The Kennedy Studio Over Taylor's Drug Store l ate one hurulreJ nineiy-mne'JAe IRIS Autographs Printed by MEYER PRESS Appleton, Wis.SENIOR DIRECTORY IRIS 1 2 Abel, Esther 26 Achterberg, Ella E. 26 Adams, Ruth Mae 26 Altenberg, Pauline 26 Ammentorp, Andrae 26 Anderson, Alfreds E. 26 Anderson, Barbara 26 Anderson, Edith 217 Andersoh, Ruth H, 2c7 Andrews, Alma C, 27 Andrews, Orrie 27 Bachmann, Ethel Ruth 27 Betlach, Lallian Ireane 27 Birr, Margaret 27 Bowers, Heli'n 28 Boyle, Marguerite 28 Brandemuehl, Helen 28 Breary, Josephine 28 Britz, Mamie J. 28 Brown, Esther 28 Buche, Jean 28 Burns, Alice 29 Busche, Matilda C. 29 Campbell, Ruth 29 Card, Cecil 29 Chainey, Clarence B. 29 Chamberlain, Evelyn 29 Chitwood, Belle 29 Christenson, Ruth 30 Clark, Annabel E. 30 Clocksin, LUlu 30 Coon, Gladys 30 Cordy, Ida M. 30 Czekleba, Elvira K. 30 Danielson, Marie J 30 Davis,Snith 31 Dingle dein. May 33: Donner, Alvah 3$ Doolittle, James 31 Doolittle, Mildred 31 Dow, Ruby 31 Egan, Arlyne 31 Ell, Dorothy 32 Ellsworth, Martha 32 Ely, Alice 32 Esmond, Grayce M. 32 Fermanich, Florence 32 Finch, Myron 32 Flanagan, Lucile 32 Flick, Gertrude 33 Forster, Caroline 33 Forster, Mathilda 33 Franzoi, Ada 33 Freitag, Viola 33 Frogner, Vivian E„ 33 Fuller, Ferol 33 Fullmer, Hazel 34 Gates, Myrle 34 C-ehl, Anita 34 George, Edna Marian 34 Getzlaff, Lillian 34 Goldthorpe, Grace 34 Goldthorpe, Jeanette 34 Gosh, Newfrey 35 Granny, Mary 35 Greager, Leilah 35 Gregy, Donna 35 Groher, Helen 35 Grover, Candace 35 Guerin, Lee S. 35 Hall, Margaret 36 Hartwig, Edna M. 36 Hathaway, Virginia 36 Herrick, Feme M. 36 Hirst, Doris 36 Hirtreiter, Ann 36 Hobart, Laura K. 36 Horn, Ida 37 Huber, Leslie 37 Hudson, Winifred 37 Hurd, Phyllis 37 Jefferson, Ruth M. 37 Jesmier, Kathryn 37 Jones, Nellie 0 37 Jones, Lawrence 38 Kaufmrn, Hildegarde 38 Keffner, Theda B. 38 Kleist, Florence 38 Klimowicz, Alice 38 Kocher, Helen M. 38 Koslik, Mary 38 Kramer, Lester A. 39 Krause, Irene 39 Krumm, Grace 39 Krumm, Viola 39 Larkin, Thelma 39 Larson, Kama S. 39 Lawrie, Violet 39 Leak, Louis C 40 Leary’$ Genevieve 40 I ppla, Iydia 40 Le Roux, Nora 40 Lewis, Harriet 40 Londo, Bertha 40 Look, Lulu 40 Ludwig, Ethel 41 McCabe, Ruth Marie 41 McClyman, Neva 41 McClyman, Nina 41 McKay, Vera 41 McQueen, Myra 41 McVey, Durward 41SENIOR DIRECTORY (CONT.) Iris 1924 Macomber, Charles, E. 42 Manley, Fred W. 42 Manthey, Agnes 42 Murret, Erma G. 42 Merrill, Harry 42 Mikulich, Frances La Sheane 42 Milspaugh, Dorothy Mae 42 Minton, Grace II 43 Morgan, Gertrude 43 Muhn, Jennie 43 Naef, Clara 43 Nelson, Ella 43 Nelson, Isla 43 Nelson, Laura 43 Nelson, Mae 43 Norton, lone 44 Nock, Mabel 44 Nygard, Selma 44 Opperman, William 44 Otto, Alta 44 Papke, Charles A. 44 Patterson, Marie 46 Payne, Georgia Rose 46 Payton, Tena 46 Pidde, Hilda 46 Pietenpol, Josephine 46 Pietenpol, Marjorie 48 Playman, Ethel M. 45 Porter, Nina G. 46 Powe'l, Harley J. 46 Pratt, Sybil Isabelle 46 Priar, Mary E. 46 Protsman, Ruth 46 Punswick, Eva 46 Purdy, Gladys 46 Raleigh, Mary 47 Rammer, Geraldine 47 Rand, Elsie 47 Raymaker, Julia 47 Redfield, John Alden 47 Rellahan, Margaret 47 Rice, Lillian 47 Risser, Evelyn 48 Rode, Avis 48 Roepecke, Nazel 48 Roethig, Card D. 48 Ross, Esther 48 Russell, Marie A. 48 Ryan, Andrew 48 Ryan, Helen Margaret 49 Ryan, Margaret 49 St. Clair, Orrin Do 49 Sachtjen, Elizabeth 49 Salter, Floy 49 Salter, Minnie H. 49 Schrnmel, Ben C. 50 Schwingel, Gladys 60 Scott, Margaret 50 Sell, Vernetta Ruth 50 Shaffer, Wilma M. 50 Sham-nor, Ethel 50 Sheldon, Stella R. 50 Shie, Mae Winifred 51 Singer, Arline 51 Snith, Esther 51 Suith, Harlan 51 Smith, Lorella 51 anith, Jeanette M. 51 Spektor, Frank 51 Steffeck, Lucile I. 52 Stephenson, Lucille 52 Stepp, Clara 52 Stewart, Violet 52 Seward, Mary Alice 52 Stoddard, Hazel 52 Taylor, Eleanor Georgia 52 Terril, Bessie K. 53 Tess, Merlin 53 Thompson, Ruth E. 53 Trumbull, Faith 53 Ullman, Leonard C. 53 Utes, Evelyn 53 Van Hecke, Mary 53 Van.Susteren, Qctavia 54 Vaughn, Hassell 54 Veeder, Barbara 54 Velcheck, Alice E. 54 Von Berg, Jeanette 54 Waldo, Addie 54 Walterb'ch, Harold 55 Wachs, Emily R. 55 Weaver, Rachel 55 Webb, Bethana 55 Webster, James E. 55 Weisenberger, Clara 55 Welch, Theresabell 55 Welke, Fe rne M. 56 Welker, Mabel 56 Weltman. Marian 56 Wilson, Jeanette 56 Winter, Amy 56 Witcpalek, Ruth 56 Wohlgemuth,Laura 56 Van Sustern, Octavia 57 Wright , Hope 57 Yankee, Lavelle 57 Zeman, Violer.te 57 Betthauser, Catherine 57SENIOR DIRECTORY (COtfF.) Iris 1924 Raasoch, Marian 57 Reinhart, Harold J 57 Doyle, Grace 58 Horswell, Helen 58 Nickel, Mabel 58 Salem, Hulda 58 Seeger, Jean 58 Waller, Lalia 58 Devine, Mamie K. 58 Frank, Earl 58 Holman, George 58 Kronenwetter, Irene 58


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