Academy of the Visitation - Crescent Yearbook (St Louis, MO)
- Class of 1929
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Mary Raphael Kelly
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To us that ue mlght know Hrs
And non we consetrate to you the
The happy hours ut spent wrthxn
Our schoolgxrl fantasles our spark
Our youthful hopes and more than
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We grve to you our grateful lovlng
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The last rays of the scttlng sun peermg
through the wmdows of the tmy chapel of
the h1stor1c Chateau de Sales fell like a
warm benedlctron upon the figure of a man
rapt 1n an ecstasy of prayer Thxs ecstasy
was to be most frurtful for the glory of the
Church for of that mystrc unron of the
loung heart of the sarntly Francrs de Sales
and the meffable love of the Heart of God
was concerved the relrglous Order of the VIS
1tat1on This Order the Benjamm of My
affectrons as Our Lord Hlmself desrgnated
If to Hrs Servant Margaret Mary and whlch
later was to be entrusted wlth the m1ss1on
of renewmg ln the world the knowledge of
the love of the Sacred Heart for men was
founded June srxth 1610 rn Annecy a l1t
tle town of Savoy by St Francls de Sales
and St Ieanne Francrs de Chantal
GEORGETOWN D C 1816
For two hundred years the Order grew
and spread over Europe carryrng on rts
splendrd work for the Church formmg
young grrls who were sent 1nto the world
to be as stars set for the regeneratron of
many and spreadmg far and wrde the
knowledge of the love of the Heart of Chrlst
But there were other countrles that needed
rts beneficent mfluences and mto the heart
of an emled JCSUII prlest God sent Hrs 1n
sprratron to found the Order 1n the Umted
States Vklrth three women natlves of Ire
land th1S prrest Pr Neale now Brshop of
Georgetown began hrs work After herorc
struggles agarnst poverty and opposrtron
from al sides the Order was at last firmly
establxshed ln 1816 when BlShOp Neale
S J became Archbrshop of Baltrmore
KASKASKIA ILLINOIS 1833
In Aprrl 1833 the now flourrshxng Con
vent at Georgetown felt rtself strong enough
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to spare a few Srsters for an establlshment
1n the almost unknown West Accordmgly a
band of elght nobly resolved to spread therr
glorrous m1ss1on of devotlon to the Sacred
Heart 1n the far western country set out for
Kaskaskra In thrs town once the Parrs of
the West but now a poverty strncken ham
let the Srsters had a hard struggle agamst
poverty but Wlth the ard of a few mfluen
t1al frrends they managed to establnsh therr
school and were even begrnnmg to catch
gllmpses of a brlght future ln the month
of June 1844 therr hopes were forever
dashed The M1SS1SS1pp1 Rrver rose and de
stroyed the whole marnland of Illrnoxs mak
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mg a t1ny 1sland of the d1str1ct of Kaskaskra
The Srsters were obllged to be taken from
therr Convent rn boats and proceeded to
rejom a small foundatron sent from thexr
Convent to St LOUIS but a short trme prevr
ST LOUIS 1844
The first band of Srsters from Kaskaskra
had taken a small house on Srxth Street
Thrs was too small to accommodate the
second band so they accepted from a frrend a
house on Frfth Street Here they establrshed
a school In 1846 the two bands reunrted
on Nrnth Street they bu11t for themselves a
Convent and Academy on Cass Avenue
whrch they thought would be a permanent
home Here were spent those thrxllmg years
of the C1v1l War perrod After the War
changes came The C1ty flourrshed and grew
raprdly westward Therr patrons followed
and called for the Sxsters The Srsters
answered first by establrshmg a day school
on Washrngton Avenue August 17 1887
Later the whole communlty removed to a
handsome Convent and Academy whlch was
burlt on the corner of Cabanne and Belt
Avenues Here they have smce carrled on
therr sprrrtual and Academlc work
twelve years rn a dwelllng house
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Vzsztatzon Alumnae Assoczatzon
Born in a year of unusual activity 1904 the year of the great world s
fair in Saint Louis something of the spirit of that great enterprise entered
into the organization of the Alumnae Association of the Visitation and endowed
it with the gifts of hearty co operation and generous service so that its twenty
live years have been Hlled with good works The Hrst thought of these loyal
daughters of the Visitation that made up its membership was their Alma Mater
and their first act even before their formal organization was to make of the
Chapel a worthy home for the Blessed Sacrament a home where they and
their children and their children s children might kneel and pray and receive
their First Holy Communion
After this they turned their attention to another pressing need of the
Academy an entertainment hall So vast an undertaking seemed impossible
for so young an organization but by 1912 they began the building of our
dramatic productions of which Visitation is so justly proud and which stands
as a magnificent tribute of the affection of the children of the Visitation for
This was not enough however their generosity must reach further and
in 1927 a scholarship fund of five thousand dollars was given to the Academy
This gift was followed in 1928 by a Jubilee gift of six hundred dollars for
the laying of a new hardwood floor in the community Chapel Their mterest
in education has stretched beyond the convent walls In 1926 the Association
became a Founder Association of the Missouri Chapter s S10 000 scholarship
for the SISICIS of the Missouri Chapter whose Alumnae ASSOCIBIIOHS are affiliated
with the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae
Surely with works like these to their credit and there are many others
less outstanding the members of the Alumnae of Visitation may justly feel
proud of their well filled twenty live years They may truly feel worthy of
the praise and congratulations that were showered upon them and their generous
work when the silver jubilee of the Association was celebrated last year with
a record breaking attendance of its five hundred members
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beautiful Alexis Hall-a building which has made possible the excellent
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Chzldren of Mary Sodalzty
The flourishing Association of the Children of Mary of the Visitation
has grown from a small school sodality founded in 1887 at the St de Chantal
Academy of the Visitation then located at 4012 Washington Avenue Some
of the former pupils of the Academy having begged to join the students the
membership soon grew too great for the tiny parlor chapel and in 1892 the
Sodality was transferred to the large Academy at Cabanne Here for twenty
years under the direction of the beloved Sister Mary Paula Peters the organiza
tion grew amazmgly and entered upon its life of varied and useful activity
The most important of the good works undertaken and one which has
grown to such proportions that a special organization has been necessary to
care for it IS the sewing for poor churches This work was originated through
the zeal of Mrs Julius S Walsh Another work is the visiting of the sick
poor often in company with the Sisters of the Little Helpers of the Holy Souls
Besides this the Sodality collects books and magazines for institutions helps
to teach catechism in the poor parishes and in institutions gives generous aid
in Catholic social settlement work and is always among the first to help in
To the generosity of the Sodality and to individual members the Convent
owes many of the beautiful thmgs in the chapel and throughout the house
Among these gifts are a handsome set of white and gold vestments generous
donations which made possible the erection of the beautiful marble altar
statues an altar railing and an electric chandelier The latest addition to its
long list of benefactions is the magnificent gold monstrance presented in Novem
ber 1928 to Mother Raphael as a jubilee gift the lacquering and burnishing
of the sanctuary lamp credence table censers and numerous other articles in
use for the Divine Services the two chalices a ciborlum monstrance com
munion plate and missal stand repaired and gold plated while gifts were made
of six new sets of vestments a preaching stole Benediction Burse a banner a
complete repository outfit for Holy Thursday and a double altar bread cutter
The Sodality is blessed w1th many spiritual privileges an annual retreat
and numerous Holy Masses for the intentions of the members many of them
offered through the gratitude of the priests and missionaries who have experi
enced their bountiful generosity The deceased are remembered with two
Masses and a general Communion at the time of death with a monthly Mass
and a Requiem High Mass in November
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The sky was beaut1ful vuth Heecy clouds
God s mxghty covenant of peace Wlth men
A rambow brldges o er the mfimte blue
A symbol of the lxfe of all of us
FIFSI dawns the soft warm plnk of babyhood
Of happmess of Mother s tender care
Advances to the orange of play days spent
In happy homes and laughlng comradeshlp
Then comes the vahant hlgh sp1r1t of youth
That seeks for hfe and finds 1t 1n the Joy
Of love and then the radlant motherhood
At last after the blue of m1ddle age
RISCS the lavender symbol of sweet old days
Of hallowed memones and Journey s end
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VISITATION IM POR You
ELIYABFTH MCDONALD 2 9
For a month the Grads had been acting mysterlously Everyone knew
that they were going to g1VB a play and everyone knew that that play had
been wr1tten by MAC otherwise known as Vlfglnla McCarthy VISIIB
tion 27 and that she was both author and d1rector But nobody knew what
the play was about Then overn1ght posters appeared bear1ng such 1nscr1p
t1ons as Come and sympath1ze with M1gs Dor1s how could you?
Ready for the R1ver Meet Sue and Lou V1s1tat1on Im For You
You and Me Both Deane Ah the plot th1ckened' Curioslty stood on
t1p toe' And finally the day for the performance December 18th arr1ved
of VIZ 1ntang1ble and h1therto unexpressed now l1v1ng 1n every word
uttered on the stage There were songs-clever apt songs There were chorus
ensembles of real VIZ girls There was a basketball game And there was
Audrey and her crowd superciliously puzzled at all fhlS V121ness unt1l
one of them Doris resentful of the athlet1c super1or1ty of the forward
tripped fh1S star player Then startled 1nto shamed real1zat1on of her pett1
ness and suddenly 1mbued with the VIZ Splflt she rushed 1nto the gap she
herself had made and won the game' Then came the essay contest Why
loyalty to VIZ as typ1fied by the song VISITATION I M FOR YOU
when Audrey too caught the Splflf and won the contest and Dor1s fessed
up before the whole school and became a real V12 g1rl All these 1nc1dents
delighted and thrilled the spectators
But best of all there was the pep and fun and loyalty to VIZ WhlCh an
actual real VIZ g1r1 carrled 1n her heart the V12 sp1r1t wh1ch Vlfglnla
McCarthy has brought home to every one of the students And when every
one had clapped and everyone was searching madly for the author and director
she had sl1pped out'
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A MIDSUMMER NlGH'l S DREAM
WILI IAM SHAKLSI hARE
Theseus Duke of Athens Bettye McCarty
Demetrrus hrs rrval Helen McCauley
Egeus father of Hermla Jane Daly
lxhllostrate Master of the Revels Margaret Rrley
Nrck Bottom the Weaver Eugenla Smlth
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ulnce the Carpenter Marlon Brokaw
Snug the Jomer Rose Mary Corley
Flute the Bellows mender Peggy Newberry
Starvllng the Tallor Vxrgrnra Slattery
Soldrer Elxzabeth Schmxdt
Hlppolyta Queen of the Amazons Margaret Rogers
Hermla ln loxe wx 1th Lysander Margaret Keaney
Snout, the Tinker at M at elfeggy Sullivan
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Helena rn love wxth Demetrlus Madonna Readey
Oberon Krng of Falry Land Mary Lourse Lubbe
Tltanra h1s ueen Dorothy Corklns
Puck or Robln Goodfellou Elrzabeth McDonald
Peas Blossom Mary Nma Chanslor
Moth Marguerlte Cannon
Mustard Seed Marjorle Vogel
Cobweb Vlary Dow lmg
Mary Jane Braun
Mary Ellen Dans
Jane Frances Hyde
Ruth Carroll ROb1HSOH
Marx Elxzabeth Sanders
Ruth Marle Tegethoff
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ACT HI A Woodland
Dxrected by Mrs Anna McCla1n Sankey
Dances Courtesy of MISS Dorothy Tarr
Costumrng MISS Margaret B Breen
Orchestra Drrected by Mr Wm Oberkrrcher
AROUND THE CLOCK WITH CLAIRE
ELIZABETH MCDONALD 79
On February 10 and ll the Seconds and Thlrds gave Round the Clock
wrth Clarre one of Father Lord s well llked plays for the benefit of the
Mrssrons The gnls chosen to take part rn the performance were the most
talented of the two classes and needless to say thelr portrayals of the respec
trve characters were excellent Speclal laurels must be awarded to Ruth Hester
as the spec1al1y appomted demon of Clalre CDorothy Royall Her demo
nlacal laughter and sly temptatlons made of her a most convmcmgly mlschlevous
but yet a tremendously amusmg lmp And may we say that 1f we hadn t
already the best mother rn exlstence we d want Frances Byrnes for ours? Clalre
herself was perfectly portrayed but then that s the thlng to expect from Doro
thy Royal she excelled rn Dramatlcs even 1n grade school And Genre well
we re glad Mary Lourse Mugg 1sn t our l1ttle slster she gave an entlrelv too
realrstlc representatlon of how awful such a one can be
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When dawn has come
I see a httle bark start on 1ts way
Across the sllvery water of a bay
I see xt sa1l for some far dlstant shore
That If must reach before the day IS o er
The roughness of the vsay lf must o ercome
When dawn has come
I see the graduate prepared for str1fe
Start out upon the stormy sea of l1fe
I see her turn wlthout the least delay
Where hlgh ldeals polnt out the safest way
Then when her troubles come as such thlngs do
She ll rrse above and Wm t1ll she IS through
When dusk has come
When dawn has come 2
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We know that zt s true we ll be repaza' for all we do
Our Mzsszons' We re loyal to you
Stra1ns of IhlS song and other s1m1lar ones are constantly Hoatmg through
the halls of VIZ It IS one of the many l1ttle th1ngs that show the MISSIOH
p1r1t here BCS1d6S these peppy songs to rem1nd us there IS ln every class room
a m1te box for all stray penn1es At the end of each week the boxes are
empt1ed and the wmner for the week IS declared The lucky class IS rewarded
by the pr1v1lege of keep1ng the C S M C banner m IIS class room for the
followmg week A keen compet1t1ve Splflt 1S always ast1r keep1ng h1gh the
weekly sum to go to the m1ss1ons
The Second and Th1rd AC3d6m1CS greatly boosted the lVl1ss1on cause by
the1r del1ghtful play Round the Clock w1th Cla1re by Damel A Lord S J
They cleared for the MISSIOHS about three hundred dollars be 1des g1v1ng a
great deal of enterta1nment to the1r schoolmates and many outs1ders
Father Carroll who generally comes 1n the begmnmg of the year to
pep up the m1ss1on work d1d not arrlve unt1l early 1n March and to h1S
del1ght he found the work well advanced We had been helped 1n keep1ng up
a good Splflt by many f8SClI'18I1I1g lectures on our home m1ss1ons and those
ln Indla Ph1l1pp1ne Islands and other fore1gn lands
A b1g feature of our extens1ve m1ss1on field IS the teachmg of catech1sm
About fifteen of our glrls glVC up the1r prec1cus recreat1on tlme to teach the
Word of Cwod to those unfortunate chlldren who are 1gnorant of the1r Heavenly
Father and H1s Spouse They have made the work a great success and the
VISIIHYIOH center IS Sald to be one of the finest 1n the c1ty
In MISSION work Vzz can always be depended upon to do her share
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The slogan of our Sodalrty BECAUSE WE WANT TO rrghtly
expresses the spmt of the glrls at V1S1t8f1OH Durrng the last week of May
1928 we elected our offlcers for the comlng year The result of the votmg was
Prefecr MARION BROKAVN
Fzrst Asszstant PEGGY NEWBERRY
Second Asszstant MARGARET BARTH
Secretary SUZANNE CHASSAING
Chazrman of the Lzterature Commzttee MARGARET KEANEY
Chazrman of the Soczal Lzfe Commzttee MAUREEN JENNINGS
Chazrman of the Aposrolzc Commzttee ALICE SCHATZMAN
Delegate MARION BROKAW
We started th1s year Wrth hlgh hopes of 3Cl'll9V11'1g great thrngs Every
Wednesday from three to three thrrty oclock IS set asxde for the Sodalrty
Twlce a month we reclte the Offrce of the Blessed Vlfgln and on the two
remammg days we have busmess meetmgs
Sewlng lmens for poor prlests mstructmg lxttle chlldren ln the Cathollc
Falth I'3lS1I1g b1g sums of money for the m1ss1ons enrollmg many g1rls m the
Assoclatron of the Handmards of the Blessed Sacrament spreadmg a more l1vely
devotxon to the Blessed Sacrament and to cur Blessed Lady are some of the
works 1n whxch our Sodallty has been mterested thls year
Our Bulletm Board Cl1Spl3YlI'lg many art1st1c posters mterestmg artrcles
et cetera helps to keep the grrls mformed and to enkmdle rn them a real
One of the Sodallty customs we love best IS the crownmg of our Blessed
Vrrgln as Queen of May a ceremony too beautlful and 1nsp1rat1onal ever to
be forgotten We can truly feel our Sodallty has been a success WHY
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l:very orgamzatxon advertrses 1n some way or another by perrodrcals
ads and the lrke V A s Eyes serves the purpose of advertlsmg our
Sodalrty Th1s l1ttle paper IS publxshed several trmes a year usually on Blessed
Lady s feast days It rs meant to be a mrrror ln whxch are reflected the hlghest
1deals of our Sodallty a chronrcle of the works that have been accomplrshed
and a spur to the accomplrshment of greater thrngs
Another snappy paper IS the Sodallty Chrmes To leave rt out would
be to leave out a very lmportant xtem Each week when the Sodalxsts meet
for a busrness or spxrltual meetrng thrs paper was eagerly wartrng to pour out
IIS contents for us
for papers are l1m1ted ln space wh1le the Board could be changed at any tlme
We had an rnterestrng competrtrve Mxssron Poster Contest between the four
classes and really the posters were all so clever and attractrve that If was
almost lmpOSSlblQ to decrde upon the wrnners
The Catholzc Students Leadershzp Conuentzon
The last words of Father Lord s openlng address had echoed through the
hall he stepped from the stage amld a record breaklng applause struck the Hrst
chords of Beautmful Lady Waltz on old falthful Cthe pranoj and l 200
vorces rang forth voxces of boys and grrls IH beautxful harmony and carrxed
the tune wrth the lnsprrmg Words of that famous parody whlch we have sung
so often thrs year
The frrst Catholrc Students Leadershlp Conventron had begun Glrls
and boys had arrrved from thlrty drfferent states and sxxty schools were repre
sented The asphalt of Lrndell Boulevard was soft and strcky to the heel
after a week of unusual heat Thermometers were boxlmg and the streets
were deserted by all those who could possrbly find a place sheltered from the
sun s blrsterlng beams But d1d thrs rnterfere w1th the attendance of the dele
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gates? Evndently not for at the stroke of eleven on the openmg mornmg
l 200 student delegates took thexr places m the St Louls Unlverslty Audn
Have you ever attended a natlonal conventxon? That s just what thxs
was a natxonal conventlon Poles and placards d1v1ded the audltornum 1nto
thlrty d1fferent states and each state mto dxfferent schools What a thrxll lf
was to enter the hall and wonder m what dnrectxon your state and school had
For the first t1me ln the hlstory of the Catholxc Church a conventlon of
thls kmd was bemg held It was a purely spmtual conventlon ready to d1scuss
subjects that no other body except perhaps a chapter meetmg of monks ever
dxscussed before The chxef and only topxc of the conventron may be brlefly
summed up 1n the words of one of the delegates Our own souls and the souls
of others what we can do for them how we can do lf and why we ought to
The conventxon lasted three days and ended wrth a banquet Cmmus
speechesj on Sunday evenmg m the gymnaslum Was lt a success? Why not?
It was a r1p roarmg success Because everybody wanted to' Three cheers for
the 1928 Sodallty Convention may the next one be as successful rn every way'
TO BLESSED LADY
MARGARET RocERs 29
In the month of our dearest of Mothers
It seems as though all natur tr1es
To gnve to her honor and glory
Our beautlful Queen of the Sknes
The sky IS as blue as her mantle
Fragrant the flowers as her grace
The clouds as whlte as her smless soul
The sun shmes as brxght as her face
So prompted by nature her chlldren
Llft up thexr hearts every day
And pledge thexr true love to their Mother
Our heavenly Queen of the May
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On September 20th we Orgamzed the V A A for 1928 29 The
results of the electlon presIded over by Josephme Flamgan Of Z8 were as
Preszdent PEGGY NEWBERRY
Vzce Preszdent HARRIETTE COSTIGAN
Secrerary VIRGINIA SLATTERY
Treasurer JANE DALY
1 M ELIZABETH ROBINSON
In Charge of Tenms Courts MARION BROKAW
In Charge of Baseball DIamond MARY AGNES REILLEY
Cheer Leaders S PEGGY SULLIVAN Z
Basketball trammg began shortly after the Thanksgwmg holxdays but
lt was not untIl the end of February that the school squad was rounded up
and formed A squad of nmeteen gIrls was plCk2d from the Hlgh School and
they then settled down to hard practlce
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Ursulrne flghtlng an uphlll game overcame our lead and defeated us 29 27
Our next outslde game was played Wrth Nermx xn the Webster College
gym Playmg ln true form and haylng tasted defeat revenge was ours and
ue yyon 49 42
Vvlhat greater praxse could be gryen the Subs than to say that although
they drd not make the team or hear the spectators shoutrng and cheerlng
for them they made the team yy hat rt vxas lt was thelr faxthfulness rn com1ng
doyyn to practlce nlght after nlght that brcught yxctory at last to X ll And
so for the Subs three rouslng cheers
SQUAD BASKETBALL 'I EAM
Guards Margaret Rogers Madonna Readey
Centers Rosalle Stuart Nlarncn Brokaw
forte ards Jane Daly Peggy New berry lCapt11nn
SUB BASKET BALL TEAM
Guards l'l1rr1ette COSIIQTU Vlrgxnla Slattery and l ucllle An le SO'l
Ccnler Elizabeth lVlcDe nald
lorteurds l eln Chopm Nlary Agnes Rexlley
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FIGHTING, PFC mlght be a good name
for her Peggy startles an audl
ence by the Way she catches passes
and scores ponnts She serxes her
team ln a marxelous manner as
Anoxwx READY! Thrs posmon
held by drfferent glrls throucfh
glfllil I-larrrette and Lucllle substl
tutmg at dlfferent trmes lVl1don
na showed such wonderful tech
n1que that she merlted the posl
MARION BROKAXX Changed from
Jumpvng to runnlng center th1s
year She has the great asset
coolness and she steadled the other
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season as a regular Last year she
was a sub and made the regular
center Work hard for her pos1t1on
She has one more year to fight for
MARGARET ROGERS Many g1rls
thought that If would be almost
preposterous to even th1nk of tak
1ng Katherme Bussman s pos1t1on
at guard but M1Ck9y was r1ght on
the job and f1lled the place
JANE DALY Her name has been
added to the 11st of V12 s famous
forwards and for the last two
years she has been one of the star
players on the team VIZ w1ll cer
ta1nly m1ss her 1n the future
Smce Scccer football IS the nat1on
al athletlc sport of England and of
many other fore1gn countrxes and
as 1t IS becomlng popular here 1n the
Umted States many schools and col
leges are adoptmg If and organlzlng
teams In the fall of 28 for he
first t1me we started our school year
wxth thls sport As It was a brand
new game for us a large number
from all the classes turned out and
ccmpetltlon ran hxgh to try to make
A challenge game with Umverslty
C1ty l-llgh was arranged for Novem
ber l2th Vxz put up a good ight
but the exper1ence and superlorlty of
he U C team was proved by the
final score U C 3 VISIIHIIOH O
The followmg week an xnterclass
tournament was started w1th the fol
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Seconds vs FIFSIS
Thlrds vs Seconds
Curads vs Seconds
Grads vs Thxrds 3
Fcrccards Jane Daly fCapta1nJ
Vlrglnla Slattcry El17abeth Mc
Donald Dorothy Corkms Har
Halfback Marlon Brokaw Ivy
Jcnmngs and Peggy Newberry
Fullbacks Maureen Jennlngs
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l OUIQC Anderson
Mary Vrrglna Holland
Th1s yeas the most exerting game of the day The yy hole year the two
teams had been Hghtlng for the champ onshtp The Thtrds who had never
yy on the cup yyere ametous to get rt vehlle the Grads veho had yyon If twtce
before were determtned to keep rt At the end of the half the Grads tx ere ahead
and although the Thlrds redoubled thelr efforts 1n the last half they veere
defeated by the yy onderful team work of the oppostng team by a score 24 I5
Gmps I lil eps
Peggy Neve berry
l l17abeth McDonald
Mary Agnes Rlellty
lhe preltmmary games were played before lnleld Day lhe Thnels
e eated the Grads 74 lli The FIFQIS beat the Seconds IO 9 The na
game betve een the rl hlrds and Freshtes for the cup was played off the afternoon
of lnleld Day The result of the game yeas quxte a surprtse to eyeryene for
ve hen the Thtrds kept the lead up to the ntnth tnntng eyeryone thought the
game yeas veon But the Preshxes comrng tn for the last half of the mnth not
only tted the score but scored tvyo extra runs rlhe fnnal score veas l-l lZ
Keep lt up Freshtes
'Vlary Agnes Rlelley
Mary Frances Matt1s
loulse l ove ell
Ann Dolores 'VlcNamara
Berntce l aQ1uerr1er
Margaret Mary Kelleher
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FIRST Two YEARS
It all came about so surprlsmglyl Here we were standing on the stage
all nice and whrte and starchy and being handed diplomas and being told
that we had finished the Eighth Grade and feellng like we owned the world
and then suddenly somethmg took all the a1r out of us and left us poor for
lorn bewildered little Freshlesl We found what It meant to go from the
highest to the lowest and that there is a lot more ln High School than thang
mg to a charr deskll We were lost But we didnt stay that way long
No Slreel In the first place just oodles and oodles of new girls came to aug
ment our number and we had to get acquamted That didn t take long and
weve had gorgeous times ever SIHCC for everybody s a real Viz grrl now
And then to darken our lives came the Slough of Despair in the person of
Lamb s Tales Many of us may have thought they were somethmg like lamb
chops when we started but by the trme we finished we found that they
were as tough as shoe leather Then came Field Day All We Freshres turned
out in red and black skull caps good old colors and certamly strutted our
stuff Now rn a good picture show the hero IS always the poor struggling
young boy at college a Freshman and 1n the brggest game of the year he
is put m at the last minute and runs sixty yards and makes a touchdown and
wms the game for dear old Colton rah rah and the girl for himself That
IS exactly what we did not one but a whole team full and not a football
game horrors but a basketball game and a baseball game and mstead of
the girl we won recognrtxon and a reputation whrch meant more in our
And then all at once we were Seconds that is we started out Seconds
We were by this trme firmly established in our positron even though rt was
made rather shaky by the Napoleonic Wars and the square of the hypote
nuse of etc And who was the girl who almost famted when she heard
that an elective was not a vegetable? And now IS the time for the conven
tional phrase about the woes of Latm and the little red book etc but rt will
not appear It shall not You ask why? Our books were blue a new edrtxon
We stlll kept up our athletic reputation and exclted the grads pardon me
Senrors to rivalry and finally after a hard fought game on Field Day
they won After that we became Sophomores-even though it is a hard word
BETTYE MCCARTY 29
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As soon as school opened there was a mad rush for the Chemlstry class
The boarders and our Kxrkwoodran sexzed thrs opportunrty for v1ew1ng a
MAN' Such creatures do not exrst w1th1n the confines of a boardrng school
nor judgrng from appearances rn Kxrkwood elther The rest of us delve
1nto the deep dark mysterles of the mclmed plane And at last our ambrtlons
were fulfilled we were mtroduced to Mr Crcero dellghtful gentleman M
CICCIO though some may not agree Then a calamrty befell the tornado
swept through the CIIY but we remalned untouched In fact we drdn t even
know lf was a tornado unt1l after s hool After long long years of wartrng
we were the honored guests at the Valentrne party grven by the Grads It
was some party absolument pos1t1vement et comment' And then rn turn
we gave the Grads a banquet No one of our classmates w1ll ever forget the
agonles of makmg roses but at any rate we all regarded ourselves as Burbanks
the roses resembled no other known specles A blow fell we were told we
would not have to board as Grads Weeprng and wa1l1ng followed However
to console ourselves we gave us a p1cn1c out at Eugenras cottage on Blg
Rrver Asrde from a few punctures and breakdowns we had a scrumptrous
t1me Then vacatlon came and we contemplated wrth awe the fact that next
year we would be Grads'
We recelved the appellatlon of Grads and our heads swelled to rmmense
proportrons Twelve grrls came to board anyway and we entered upon our
relgn ln the second floor dorm and ln the front pew 1n the chapel But no
ooner were we boarders than our greatest Joy 1n lrfe was the week ends when
we could go home The cafeter1a was opened to the boarders and there was
a decrded 1ncrease 1n er werght Seven checks are entrrely too many to
consume at one srttxng and retarn a grrlrsh frgure Ssh the Grads were mysterr
ously gettlng ready for a play and soon we treated the whole school to a
wonderful Slght VISIIBIIOH Im For You It went over wlth a bang
thanks to Vlfglnla McCarthy who wrote and dlrected the play In February
vxe gave a party to the Thxrds The Senxor Playroom was transformed rnto
a nxght club and we made boom boom untll the scandalous hour of erght
The next thmg on the program was the Grads play Mrdsummer Nrght s
Dream After glvrng Mrs Sankey nervous prostratron and drlvrng Slster
Claude Agnes mad we proceeded to show the world what we could do 1n the
l1ne of dramatrcs We out Greeked the Greeks In May the ladres recerved us
1nto therr Sodalxty It surely must have hurt thelr consclence but we were on
cur good behavlor that day We drdn t say k1d or youse even once' And
now we contemplate 1n fear and tremblmg Cwe might trrp on those starrsj
but w1th Joy too The Dau GRADUATION DAYY
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Class Wzl I
Tzme Many years later
Place A dark gloomy room the walls draped ln heavy black crepe lnghted
only by several fllckermg candles On twenty seven respectxve deathbeds
repose the Grads of 29 chantmg dxsmally
Chorus Dld you ever thmk when you came to school
That you and I must some day dle
Jane Cmterruptlngj No' You re all mxxed up' It goes lrke th1s she
breaks off 1n consternatlon as the funeral march sounds wxthoutb Alas'
Alas' To thxnk that I should ever come to thxsl
Chorus Clmpresslvelyj What HAS happened CAN happen to YOUU
fThe musxc grows louderj
The tlme has come for us to go
CThe Lord says YES though the DEVIL says NOD
And as our doom we contemplate
These propertxes do we estate
Unto the class just underneath
So llsten close wh1le we bequeath
Our Bell 333 It rmgs
To tell of Joys Cand woeful thmgslb
We leave our t1tle Graduates
Our Prxvlleges CPD nxghtly fetes
Our chapel seats fthe foremost pewj
And last but not least CAhl too true'
Our sklrts twelve mches from the floor
CNet sometlmes less or sometlmes morelj
CAnother pause for breath etc J
And now pay heed unto the rest
Each md1v1dual bequest
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Jeanette Bowe frushmg forward dramatxcallyj In sorrow and tears I
bequeath my pleasmg plumpness to Ruth Karch and my voxce to Mary
Mary Nma Chanslor Cdabbmg damtlly at ner eyes wlth a postage stamp
hank1ej Alas I must leave my petlteness to Frances Rxley and Chrlstme
CAnd so far on mto the ntght-each nn her own manner J
Dorothy Corkzns Wxth due reflectlon I w1ll my champlonshlp tltles Ask
any Gradj to Francme Bull
Rosemary Flanzgan To Mary Tngg and Carolyn Gray I leave my pro
ficlency ln forengn languages
Mary Lzttle R3VlShlI'lgIY heartbroken I bequeath my Greta Garbo figure
to Kathleen Daly
Helen McCauley To Margaret Barth I leave my sophlstlcatlon whlle to
Lucllle Anderson I leave my love of Art for Art s sake
Madonna Readey Wlth all due tears and dramatxcs I leave my rad1at1on to
Alzcza Sada I must wlll my Irlsh brogue to Cecella Tegethoff and my whoopee
and boom boom makmg properties to Madelme Perklnson
Eugenza Smzth To Rosemary Lane I leave my asmme ab1l1ty and to Rose
mary Shaughnessy Nlls Asther
Marjorze Vogel I bequeath my happy boardmg school days Cfor enllghten
ment read Elsre at Boardmg School J to Helen Scott and Magdelena
Vxrgxnza Slattery I w1ll my ablllty of pouring water Cat the tablej to Imelda
Krleghauser and my nightly promenades Cm the doml to Dorothy Royal
Margaret Rogers In my quxet manner I leave my poetry to Jane Myers and
sweet dxsposxtxon to Frances Byrne
Peggy Newberry Alas and alack' I w1ll my many youthful admirers to
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Margaret Keaney I leave my nonchalance regardmg study to Vlrg ma Hayes
and Lelxa Chopln
Mary Dowlzng I after due cons1derat1on leave my aversxon to all men but
one and that one to Mary Francls Mattxs
Rose Mary Corley To Mary Ehzabeth Roblnson I bequeath my maxdenly
Marguerzte Cannon In th1s sad hour I leave my schoolgxrl glggle to Suzanne
Marlon Brokaw After solemn forethought and long sleepless nlghts I have
declded to w1ll my nlghtly dates and company oh thls 1S too much
to Inez Fltzgerald
Marte Chase To Dorothy Leahy I leave my sk1ll 1n basketball
Jane Daly In sorrow I w1ll my pxcture to Helen Dowlmg
t1e that holds If on to Alxce Schatzman and my pony to Peggy Hammer
fAHlm3l Crackers D
Mary Louise Lubbe To Helen Mudd I leave my h1stor1cal knowledge and
audacxty ln hrstory class
Elzzabeth McDonald I bequeath my brother to Pat Clalbourne W1ll that do
Margaret Rzley I w1ll my d1mples to Katherlne Grover and Lucllle Huger
COne to each D
Elzzabeth Schmzdt In sorrow and tears and Wlfh much weepmng and wallxng
I leave my nxghtgown to Harrlette Costlgan
Peggy Sullzuan Cw1ld wxth grrefl To Ohve Stroh I leave my xntense love
of Shakespeare and Mxlton
CThe mus1c 1S now at the very door of the room The Grads shrxek as
the reallze that the t1me has come J
Chorus Alas' It IS the hour
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Maureen Jennings: I bequeath my green male, together with the middle
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Bettye McCarty Clate as usual and wxldly brushlng back her passls crlnxbusj
To Helen Fusz l leave my memorles of Bobble and h1s nlghtly VISIIS
Now l go to jom hlm Cfrantxcallyj and the pretzels to
Cforus Alas Alas'
fThe muslc swells and grows louder at the very door The door
Bobble darlmg We comel we come'
Good byeeeeeeee Forevah
CEnter Donnelly and SONJ
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As If It Were Only Yesterday
.IOSEPHINE SANGUINET 30
Scene I A drawmg room m the home of Mrs Reeds
Tzme May of 1940
Mrs Reeds Marjone thrs IS so unexpected When you called up thls morn
mg and sa1d that you were to be 1n New York for only three days I
farrly gasped I thought that on th1s last trxp back from Europe you
would spend at least a week wlth me
Marjorle Why Dorothea Huber Reeds If msn t my fault I only wlsh that
I could stay that long but busmess just won t let me
Mrs Reeds No I suppose you must be 1n St Louls next week to dlsplay
your wares at the Art Exh1b1t1on to be held there
work 1n Parls It s so much more mterestlng to be a fashlon artlst ln the
c1ty where the fashxons orlgmate than here
Mrs Reeds Well as long as It IS only to be a short VISII let s enjoy II by
celebratlng w1th a real old fashloned talk Cbhe produces a 1929 Year
Book and together they turn the pages and exchange remarks about therr
former classmates J
Marjorxe Oh there s Jeanette Bowe I saw her whxle I was away and she
IS makmg a wonderful name for herself w1th a French opera company
Mrs Reeds Here 1S Margaret Keaney Do you remember how she loved
express1on back at V17? She has her degree now and IS teachmg expres
slon at VISIIBIIOH and Fontbonne and coachmg plays too
Marjorle So many from our old class have become teachers I suppose you
know that Mary Nxna Chanslor taught trlgonometry unt1l her recent
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marriage and Eugenia Smith is still teaching languages at Webster College
where her students fairly wonder at her knowledge of the Romance
Mrs Reeds No I hadn t heard that but are you not surprised to learn that
Madonna Readey 1S a Judge in the Supreme Court of Missouri?
Marjorie Well I should hope I am Where did you lind that out?
Mrs Reeds Rose Mary Corley who is married and living in Los Angeles
wrote and told me almost a year ago Rose Mary has four little boys
but she explained when she sent their pictures that they are not quite
as angelic as they look
Marjorie Do you know anything about Jane Daly and Peggy Newberry?
Mrs Reeds Why yes Marge they run a camp for girls up in Wisconsin and
1n basketball and soccer I am going to send Madeline there when she
is old enough
Marjorie Virginia Slattery has a conservatory of muslc in Paris now but
when I saw her she was thinking of coming home and of opening one
here with Maureen Jennings Maureen is such an accomplished pianist
and I am sure they would do well in St Louis
Mrs Reeds Dorothy Corkins has certainly done well with her dancing school
there Besides keeping up her school she IS dolng professional work also
and IS very well liked
dress but when her husband who IS an offlcer IS not servlng on the Coast
Guard they live in New Jersey Do you know who told me that? My
Marjorie Margaret Riley is married to a Marlne and has no definite ad 2
husband he IS a Marine too
Mrs Reeds Marge since when have you had a husband?
Marjorie Dorothea since two months ago and next week ends my career
as a professional artist
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I think Peggy is teaching swimming and riding and Jane coaches the girls
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Mrs Reeds I can hardly belleve lt and Marge doesnt lt seem as lf rt were
only yesterday that we were all gxrls back at VIZ Wlth not a thought 1n
the world but scrence or Caesar or fun?
Marjone In spxte of all that has mtervened rt does seem as lf rt were only
Scene Z The small West Parlor at Vlsrtatlon
Tzme May of 1940
Srster Robert Why Bettye I am so glad to see you agam and you are strll
Bettye McCarty 1n splte of all the beautlful poems and all the fame as a
Bettye And you are stlll Marlon Brokaw even though I am to call you Srster
Slster Robert Betty xt was very k1nd of you to come out today and I am
just wondering lf you wont read one of your plays for the glrls some
day next week
Bettye I should be glad to but make xt any day exceptmg Thursday please
On Thursday I am 1nv1ted to VISII Peggy Sullwan s new studro down on
Grand Avenue and she has made some wonderful new parntmgs that I
slmply must see
Sxster Robert My stars when I th1nk of all the fame that has arrsen out of
the class of 29 rt almost startles me Only yesterday I-Ielen McCauley
And dxd you know that Marne Chase IS domg soclal work rn the trme
that she spares from her own household and s1nce she has only one llttle
daughter I suppose there IS plenty of spare trme
E was here to see us and she has become a wonderful and noted physlcran
Bettye I drdn t know about Marle but Elxzabeth McDonald and Marguerrte
Cannon came over to my house one mght last week to celebrate the publr
catron of Elrzabeth s fifth novel Elrzabeth has been so successful and
Marguerlte IS just wrapped up IH her twms Joseph and Jane
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class of 29 from Mar1e Lou1se Lubbe as she lS a reporter for the soc1al
news 1tems for the Post and naturally hears a great deal about the g1rls
She told us that Margaret Rogers IS 1n charge of the des1gn1ng department
at Jaccard s and that she IS allowed three months of travel each year to
collect new 1d23S
Bettye How 1nterest1ng d1d she tell you about Mered1th Shaple1ghP
S1ster Robert No what about her?
Bettye Mered1th IS an 1nter1or decorator for Vandervoort s and she Sp6C13llZ2S
1n des1gn1ng and plann1ng for SUIIES of rooms 1n fash1onable homes and
S1ster Robert I rece1ved a letter th1S mornmg from Mary Dowl1ng tell1ng
Chlna She IS work1ng on a m1ss1on there as a Maryknoll S1ster Al1C13
Sada saw her several years ago when she was trax el1ng 1n the Or1ent w1th
her husband Mary sa1d that Al1Cl3 IS just wa1t1ng for the t1me when
she can send her l1ttle daughter to VISIIBIIOH
Bettye Heavens S1ster but you do have the news I suppose then that you
know what a wonderful French mterpreter Ehzabeth Schmldt IS and that
she 1S work1ng 1n the Scenar1o Department of the Fox Fllm Company
Speak1ng of films d1dn t If surpr1se you to learn that Rosemary Flamgan
had g1ven up a br1ll1ant career as an actress to enter the Good Shepherd
as 1f lt were only yesterday that we were all together as happy Grads here
at VIZ s1ng1ng VISIIBIIOH I m for You and leadlng a gay l1fe
S1ster Robert I don t know that lf d1d Bettye I only know that lf seems Z
Bettye Yes through all the events of the past ten years 1t seems as 1f It were
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TO MY CLASS
QThe E ghth Grade of 19250
BETTYE IVICCARTY 29
WE HAVE MADE THE GRADEH the
And I hope we wxll all some day
Reach the very top of the H111 of Fame
And spread happmess all the way
Together we ve seen many pleasant days
And some of us a few blue
Just enough to make a rambow gay
And to make our hearts more true
We would not want L1fe all sunshme
Wlth never a cloud from above
We want our lxves to be strong and brave
W1th trrals and tests and much love
To boast wlthout hesxtatlon
When we hear of some famous woman
She was IH my class at Vlsxtatlon
So th1s IS my wlsh for you gurls todav
Let us always keep alne
The Sp1r1t of Love and Kmdlmess
In th1s Class of TWENTY FIVE
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Won't it be fine in the years to come
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Om httle door
And oh those colors
VJ1th VKh1Ch It wus tmgcd
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Sa1d a llttlc Happcr
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MAUREEN JENNINGS 29
MARY NINA CHANSLOR 29
Flrst Day of School T The grrls srck of vacat1on are crymg
for classes to startv?
School all day Gosh' what a bad begmnmg
Everyone suffermg wlth the heat Str1ke declared for half day
Strlke successfull' Qlf you know what we mean'D
New unlformsl Freshxes look uncomfortable
Our new Cafetena opened' Only three were crushed ln the rush
First V A A meetlng of the year offlcers elected Freshxes feel
hurt because they were barred
Grads Hrst week end out
Ah h' We found out that Margaret Ixeaney llkes dates Cwhat
kmd?j At least that s what she sa1d rn I-llstory Class
Everybodys staff' Physlcal Torture er Physlcal Ed classes
have started' CPardon the break j
No wonder the FIISIS break so many rules they d1dn t show
when the Rules were read thxs afternoonl
Cafeterla opened to Boarders Goodbye grrlxsh figures ' Maureen
transgressed the rules V There goes her whrte rlbbonll
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Lecture on Ind1an MISSIOHS by two Jesurts to be V P Every
body home to see h1s Royal H1ghness
Hurrah P1cture show For benefit of Sodal1tv Two lucky
grads went to the Ball' CAll tne rest of us retlred at n1ne to
dream of belng queen D
Dorothea must have been stranded at ball because she d1dn t get
back today Mar1on at least came to school even though she 1S
l1mp1ng pa1nfully around Looks bad'
The D1scovery of Amer1ca certalnly was a lucky break for us be
cause we got a half hol1day Three cheers for Columbus
Sunday Nuff sa1d
St1ll a holrday' 'I he Archblshop got k1nd hearted on h1S twenty
fifth ann1versary and let us play a day longer'
Feast of Sarnt Margaret Mary We dldn t have a hohday but
we drd get out of HISIOIY to go to Mass
School Tragedy 1n three acts
Act l In the mad rush to the cafeter1a J1nny faw down
and go boom rlght ln front of the D1rectress
Act Z L1ke a t1dal wx ave the g1rls rushed r1ght over her
and only turned to laugh
Act 3 The D1rectress came to the rescue srnce no one else
FIISI game of soccer tournament' Grads 3 PIISCS 1 WhOOp16l
S1ster sprung a Latm test on unsuspect1ng Grads for would
unprepared be betterj Loud groans VISIOHS of zeroes
Second game of soccer tournament Th1rds 2 Seconds O
Blg Hallowe en Party' Spooks' W1tCh6S Lots of Whooplel
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Hol1day' All Samts Day B1g rush for HOME
W1nter un1forms put 1n thelr appearance Everybody gets su
denly 1lChY School soccer team chosen'
Sodalxty party' Jane Dot and L1b sprang a new way of 1ntro
ducmg songs DZHCIHQ 1ce cream cake' Yum yum '
Mar1on celebrates her b1rthdav by treatmg the boarders to ICC
cream and cake What we mean lt was good'
VIZ played IIS first Cand lastj outs1de soccer game at U C1ty
The less Sald about It the better
Frrst pract1ce for Grad s sodallty play Mac hunts around for
prospect1ve Ethel Barrymores
Father MOIIISOH spoke to the sodallty H1s jokes overcame our
sodalrty d1gn1ty and we laughed
As the Accres 1n the study hall were dozmg over the1r books IhlS
afternoon suddenly BOOM' BOOM' BOOM Cten of emj
broke the unusual st1llness CIICS of help' murder' pol1ce' After
much research detect1ve Chanslor solved the mystery It was only
the clock beatlng IIS own tlme '
Mother Raphael s s11ver jubllee The Preps and Jun1ors gave a
play 1n her honor The S1lver Sl1ppers
B1g soccer game Grads 3 Th1rds 0 We re Champeens
Afterwards the Th1rds played the FIYSIS lt ended ln a O 0 fl
R9dUCIlOH week' The corpulent Grads try to lose avo1rdupo1s
We gotta make room for the extra Thanksg1v1ng calor1es
Last nlght someone started a bonfire 1n the apartments next
door' Peggy crawled out of her warm bed sat sh1ver1ng at her
w1ndow and watched the people ln the apartment jump out of
the1r warm beds 1nto the warmer fire" P S Peggy slept all
through Mass th1S morn1ng
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Thanksgrvlng Holldays' '
Back agam Basketball starts CWe dont know why but we
have strong susprcrons that the athletlc board thmks we look
A movlng p1cture lecture on the Eucharrstlc Congress ln Australxa
Very 1nstruct1ve but we can t llve on TALK
New grrls recexved IIIIO Sodalrty whrch kept the Grads from
havmg a dreaded Hrstory test three cheers for Father O Donnell'
The grrls celebrated the Immaculate Concept1on by comlng to
school for Mass Thats the ol X712 sp1r1t' Afterwards Grads
practlce for the plav V1S1t3tlOH Im for You All freeze rn
the brg hall
Beau Geste was shown after supper Ahcra and Bettye sup
phed the waterworks
Our rmgs came at f1fteen and a half mmutes to three Everyone
pronounced them darlmg preclous' slmply gorgeous'
Begmnrng of Forty Hours Adoratlon Grads have the honor of
carrymg the candles
Blg dress rehearsal' We wonder why Jeannette wasn t presentn?
At last V1s1tat1on I m for You Of course the curtam would
refuse to work"' But we re satrsfred the play WAS a suc
cess' Bettye celebrated the event and treated the Grads to 1ce
cream and cake at supper
Out for holldays ' Grads powder therr noses and rush home
Back at school agam Most dlStI'6SSlI'lg
Dear dear what IS that dreadful no1se7 a v1s1tor was heard
Oh that s just the last of the New Year s Resolutrons breaklng
sand the wrse Senlors
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Bzg day" I ecture by Father Lyons 1n the morn1ng CThe glrls
are st1ll wondermg what a nun looks lxke on horseback J ln the
afternoon the Publxcxty Comm1ttee gave thelr p1cture show The
Muslc Master Great stuffl After supper a brldge party
three prrzesl Everybody happy
Swlmmlng at Samt Lou1s Umversrty Gym starts Oh Brother
QNo one drowned 3
Boarders starvlng as usual'
Sweet rolls for breakfast'
Ponles very much 1n evldence regular quarterly crammlng starts
Poor Grads We got some of our test papers backll
27 'I h1rds and Seconds chased Around the Clock w1th Cla1re
for the benef1t of the MISSIODS We hope Margaret found out
what was trumps
The Grads like Shakespeare so much U1 that they are gomg to
g1V9 one of h1s plavs A Mldsummer Nlght s Dream
St Frances de Sales Feast Everybody came to Mass The school
held afternoon SCSSIOH at the Ambassador
Alumnae Tea Grads serve CPD or rather try to Sxster Wlnfred
funds out that the Grads have taklng ways at least where
carnat1ons are concerned
Parts asslgned for the play Now the Grads have an excuse for
actlng llke loons l They can say they are PRACTISING
MISS Gannon starts her Parllamentary Law course Is she a Dem
ocrat P Now don I ask foolrsh quest1ons
A l1vely contest to chose our MISSION representatlve to Fontbonne
Bettye s 1t'
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Grads glV2 the Thlrds a Gmgham Inn Party Lots of fun
For further partlculars ask the THIRDS
The Mornlng After the Nrght Before Everyone looked sleepy
Bettye won first place 1n the contest at Fontbonne At s the
Pancake mght Gee' they certamly do go fast
Retreat begms Father Seonn S J Retreat Master All the Grads
board Cnot boredlb
and 15 SILENCE
Retreat ends--everybody tests vocal chords The nuns d2ClC16
they are as strong as ever
correspond wxth Mary Dowhng She has finally concluded that
It IS a remedy for teeth hard to whlten
What s IhlS? what s thlsp A JUICY b1t for scandal lovers Some
one pos1t1vely asserted that she saw Harrlette commg to school
w1th Mr Mlller thrs mornrng What 15 the world comlng to?
Father Th1ll s representat1ve gave us a talk on the M1ss1ons W
do love MISSIOHS talks-especrally when they get us out of
The sweetest l1ttle mouse serenaded Bettye durrng sleep
VIZ Ursullne game' Everybody turned out for If fdesprte the
quarter entrance feelj We re not saylng who won but anyway
after the game the squads bounced down to the cafeterla for a
feed We re st1ll wonderlng how V1rg1n1a and Maureen rated
those two 1ce cream conesl'
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ThlS tlme the mouse paxd a call on Mary Lrttle Bettye s terrlbly
Father Carroll' No wonder he s so popular' He comes durmg
class hours' "
Game wlth Nermx The game was rrp snortm ' VIZ won
At last Mr Spauldmg' He gave us two plays thrs year The
Vrolm Maker of Cremona and The Young Klng They
were well even better than rce cream and cake'
They ve drscovered It What? Why the mousre s name' It s
Bobbre He s a nlghtly vrsrtor now
Jumpxng Jup1ter' The scales out of commlssron' W drdnt
know we had anyone that slze m the school"
Alack' Alack BObblE has been murdered and hrs body consxned
to the ash pxt O cruel world' Bettye and Mary appeared ln
correct mournmg costume
Thanks to Maureen the Grads have bunnles Clce cream ones
Glrls all reluctantly leave school for the Easter holldays' W
can t see why they znszst on sendmg us home"
Back agam Who mvented exams anyway? asks the over
We ve heard of eatrng hard tack but when rt comes to bemg
served downrlght NAILS we rebel' At least that s what Jane
did when she found one ln her pre'
W11l mrracles never cease? Alxcra knew her hrstory today"
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21 At last' Mxdsummer Nlght s Dream' We wonder what Ole
B111 Shakespeare thought of us We have our susplclons'
Glnny and Lucllle Anderson gave thexr recltal Oh h h lt was
Crownmg of Blessed Lady
After all these years the Grads become ladles' We ve reached the
peak of perfectlon the Ladles Soda11ty recexved us'
Jeannette Bowe s recltal We wouldn t be surprlsed to see her
end up IH Grand Opera
Freld Day' V12 entertalns Junlor Hmgh and the ne1ghborhood
free of charge'
FIYSI Communlon' Grads are Sponsors We do feel rmportant
Grads ' Mane Chase gave us a dellghtful hour of muslc
Orat1ons" Page Mr C1cero"
Gee that feast dnd taste grand'
Grads sleep through Mass th1s morn1ng"' We wonder why'
Reducmg again' We want our graduatlon dresses to nt'
Thlrd s annual banquet' Grads put on the1r glad rags and
turn out en masse for the blg feed Oh boy' Long l1ve the
Graduatlon The sobbmg of the Grads was qulte unmuslcal
But you can t blame us we hate to leave dear old VIZ
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BOARDERS HALLOWE EN PARTY
MARGARET KFANEY 29
At VIZ a wonderful slght was seen
On the spooky eve of Hallowe en
All costumed round the fire place sat
Mldst unseen ghost and black wmged bat
After eatmg there some games were played
I thlnk ln general whoopxe was made
But ln SPIKE of mlrth and laughter gay
Welrd splrxts seemed not far away
A tlme when folks were better w1th1n
When all was over and the house was stlll
One g1rl saw a wltch on her wmdow s1ll
Another ghosts dancmg round the moon
Whose llght now flooded the great dom room
These tales were told I belleve them true
So you see what a Hallowe en party can do
LIB S BRIDGE PARTY
MARGARET KEANEY 29
One that the Grads won t forget to remember
The whole twenty SIX of us all were there
Wmth brand new dresses and curled up ha1r
We really had all sorts ot fun
And m three hours felt If had but begun
At live we found that we must homeward go
And thls belleve me was qulte a blow
We donned our hats and approached the door
Hoplng we would get to come back some more
Lxb gave a party the last of December 2
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JANE AND PEGGY S TEA
MARGARET KEANEY 29
I ve shockmg news to tell
Saxd old M159 Grouch one day
You ve heard I know full well
Naught worse than I ve to say
A tea was gxven by Peggy and Jane
I tell you Mxss Crab I blush for shame
Those wxcked g1rls of VISIIZIIOH
Invxted boys that were no relat1on
I knew you d almost famt my dear
One moment I ll pull an arm chan' near
They ate they talked they laughed they smxled
Twas enough to drrve a pat1ent soul wlld
They re comxng now I ll see you alone
I ve left you I know shocked to the bone
THE VALENTINE PARTY
MARQARET KEANEY 29
The Grads gave a party on Valentme s nlght
The Th1rds Sald on ent rmg Oh my' What a slghtl
For the playroom was changed to a mght club so wlld
Twas really no place for man woman or chlld
To th1nk that Vxs tatlon to thas thmg should falll
Red candles my dear provlded the llght
I sa1d when I saw lt Now thxs 1sn t rnghtl
The nuns served the food twas dehcxous t1s true
But the whole 1dea was entxrely too new
My Man was sung and another wxld song
I was just bout to go but I murmured Ah m
I must remam st1ll that the worst I may see
For there on the floor were young ladxes so bold
Thls next I belxeve would be better untold
For a danclng contest was bout to beglnl
In my day such thmgs were consldered a slnl
The party contmued tlll half after elghtl
There s no good 1n a party that breaks up so late
I departed whlle saylng Alas' there s no room
For myself the world noted dlstxngulshed Nlxss Glooml
S I sa1d to myself Somethlng s radlc ly wrong
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MARY S SURPRISE PARTY
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Some one had a brlght ldea
In the mlddle of the nlght
But knew full well to tell lt then
Would surely not be rlght
So she warted t1ll the morning
Then she drew a crowd about
And whxspered somethmg softly
Wh1ch was followed by a shout
A plan was up to celebrate
Llttle Mary s date of blrth
A grand occasion lt would be
Accompanled wrth mlrth
The day dawned farr the glrls arrlved
At Peg s house quxte unknown
Where has every one flown?
But she had not long to wonder
For she must to Peggy s go
To spend the day or so she thought
C Twas fore arranged you knowj
The doorbell rang and everyone
To the b1g bedroom tore
Then Peggy nonchalantly
Opened her parlor door
A calm exchange of greetmgs
Then Mary must powder her nose
So very unsuspectmgly
She to the bedroom goes
Happy Bxrthday shouted all
Loud nough to wake the dead
Mary s knees were wobblmg fast
She felt dlzzy 1n her head
But qulckly she recovered
All had a perfect tlme
To put It more Oflg nally Cdeep thoughtj
Alas' Ive lost my rlmel
To Mary, who was won'dring
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MARGARET KEANEY 29
My dear I wouldn t know you
And Do you remember the day?
These words lndeed were frequent
At the Alumnae tea so gay
For all the Grads of years gone by
And the Grads of twenty nme
Came back to V12 and had rn truth
A most dellghtful trme
The old Grads talked of tlmes lon
Of fun had here at school
Where joys far more than counteract
The strlctness of the rule
Thrs made us thmk of the sad day
But we hadn t tlme to worry much
We were far too happy for woe
MARGARET KEANEY 29
The Thlrds t1s whlspered are gomg
A banquet of some sort
Or so I hear and as I l1ve
I hope lt s a true report
They say that Marjorle s to gxve a
And also I ve heard
That there s a chance
That there wlll be a brldge rn June
That won t I know be a bxt too soon
Oh' there s gomg to be lots happemng here
At the end of thls Jovful happy year
and Twenty Ihree
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The Mzdrzzght Vzsztor
Wnh Apologres to Edgar Allan Poej
Once upon a mldnlght dreary whrle I pondered weak and weary
Over days of cur ous happ nlngs days of long forgotten lore
Whrle I nodded nearly sleeplng suddenly there came a squeakmg
As of someone gently creepmg creepmg to my bedroom door
TIS some cra7y glrl I muttered creepmg to my bedroom door
Only fhlS and nothmg more
Oh drstlnctly I remember rt was rn the bleak December
And each separate swaylng shadow wrought 1ts ghost upon the floor
Eagerly I wlshed the morrow vaxnly had I sought to borrow
From my cedar chest of sorrow sorrow caused by Crumley s store
Where were rare and longed for darntres from the corner grocery store
Nameless here forevermore
But the sxlken sad uncertaln rustlmg of each wrndow curtam
Thrrlled me fnlled me w1th fantastrc terrors never felt before
So that now to st1ll the beatnng of my heart I stood repeat1ng
TIS some crazy glrl seeklng entrance at my bedroom door
Some wakeful g1rl entreatmg entrance at my bedroom door
Thrs rt xs and nothmg more
Presently my soul grew stronger hesxtatmg then no longer
Glrl sard I or Srster truly your forgxveness I lmplore
But the fact lS I was sleepmg and so gently you came creeprng
And so falntly you came creepmg-creeprng to my bedroom door
That I scarce was sure I heard you here I opened wxde the door
Darkness there and nothxng more
Back mto the chamber turnmg all my soul wlthm me burmng
Soon agam I heard a squeaknng somewhat louder than before
Surely sard I surely that lS somethmg at my preclous chest
Let me see then what rt could be and thxs mystery explore
TIS the wlnd and nothxng more
Here I flung far back the 11d then w1th norse of slxp and skld
Out there stepped a brazen mousre mousle of the days of yore
Not the least obe sance made he not an lnstant stopped or stayed he
But w1th mlen of truant schoolboy hastened out my bedroom door
Perched upon my downy bed then facmg rum on the floor
Though too late I swore most firmly Ah nevermore'
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THE ST LOUIS POST DISPATCH MAY 3 1945
In its overwhelm1ng victory over a prejud1ced state superintendent of
schools who was attempting to revoke the charter of one of the oldest and
most prominent academies of the west on the grounds of rt s not bemg an A No
l school the Academy of VISIIZIIOH IS to be congratulated Among many
promment alumnae the class of 31 had the largest and most consplcuous
group of witnesses Th1S class has establlshed a generally good record in varrous
lmes of endeavor smce IIS graduatron fifteen years ago and has sent its members
to all parts of the contment where each IS champlonxng her Alma Mater s cause
1n her responslble and promxnent field Its record was the conclusive proof
of the value of thelr scholastic trammg in the final hearmg today
A brief survey of the present status of the members of th1s class of 31 is as
Rose Buzzanga the present Mother Superlor Scholastlca of the Academy
of the Vlsitatxon
Lucia Chamberlam promment lecturer and professor of Socrology at
Loulse Anderson wlfe of Senator Cecxl Moore of New York
Jane Woods Scenarmo wrrter of Fox Productlons Inc
Georgia Brmkman lllustrator and cover artlst of Conde Nast Publlcatlons
Cornella Hunt present Edltor of Frrlls and Fashions the Womans
Helen Fischer noted lecturer of the Women s Real Estate League Operators
Frances Halloran matron of Home for Veteran Radlo Announcers
V1rg1n1a Nevs berry renowned owner of the Cham System of Rooms to
Le Incxdentally Mlss Newberry vsas one of the star witnesses
havmg been a pupil of the academy for fourteen years
Ruth Hester leading lady ln the present musical comedy success N
body s Busmess
Mary Loulse Mugg owner and operator of the Gypsy Tea Rooms Inc
Dolores McCarthy and Helen Josephine Mlller are Joint owners and opera
tors of The McCarthy Miller Textrle Industrles
Two other alumnae who returned to the c1ty purposely for the occasion
are the two professional marathon runners Betty Dierkes and
One of the most outstandmg testlmomes was given by Mrss Patrlcla Doyle
at present an instructor of College Latm at an eastern college She vouched
for the firm foundation glven her 1n that subject at the academy
Another loyal testimony was given by the well known amateur golf
champlon of the West Mlss Ehzabeth Boehmer
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AIICE OHare and Clare Hellmuth two other wxtnesses from the same
class are the promrnent heads of the famous Kindergarten for Boys of thrs
Frnally the Mrsses Mary Alrce Graham Jane Flaven and Florence
Shaughnessy all nuns of varlous relrglous orders sent thelr staunch protesta
txons of loyalty and esteem rn letters which were read publrcly rn court
Mary V1rg1n1a Holland Assocnated Press Correspondent
and another member of the famous Class of 31
The Vzz Alphabet
LUCIA CHAMBERLAIN 31
IS for the Academy of the V1Slt3t1OH
IS for the Boys who create such a sensatron
their Hair so hard to keep neat
Courts where we all llke to play
Dreams comrnff true some day
Elevator that creaks and shakes
Falls we ll get when xt breaks
Cnrls so charmlng and sweet
e Inflrmary where the mjured ones cry
Krcks at our brg soccer games
Lost LlpSt1Ck whlch nobody clarms
Monastery so far yet so near
Nuns who are numerous here
Offrce where we dread to be sent
Prayers whrch are longer rn l ent
uestrons we don r ask rn Latrn
Roses on our cheeks of Satln
Sk1rts wnose length IS drsputed
TEAM and the balls that are booted
Umforms dark as the nrght
Vrctrola the gym s great delrght
Whrsperxng done on the quret
Sr Franc1s Xavrer who breaks up our dret
the Yells when the last bell rmgs
the Zeal we show rn all thmgs
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It s a Fresbze
BETTY HALL 32 and GENEVIEVF PENNY 32
If when walking down the street
Some queer creature you should meet
Wxth monstrous hands and great blg feet
It s a freshxe
If 1ts halr IS long and stralght
If 1ts clothes are out of date
You can tell as sure as fate
Its a freshle
If by others rt s abused
Insulted and 111 used
If 1ts books are unperused
Its a freshxe
Yes lf may be funny It may be queer
But you ll be surprlsed next year
When If w1lI get respect and fear
From the new freshxe
MARION COLLINS 3 2
PARODY Tune My Angelme Z
O Freshles dear
O please don t fear
Well sure pull through
They treat us mean
And yet lf s keen
To be 1n teens
If they do say green
We know the time IS long
That leads to Sen1or year
But wlth that old V12 spmt
We ll have our fun
And the year ll be done
Before we know lf
Then we ll long for Freshman year agam
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Whats zn a Name Is Alla Dream
DoLoREs MCCARTHY 31
Last nxght I had a dream tu as very clear
Of all of my companlons here
I saw Cornella Hunt b1g game
In the Woods that belong to Jane
And Alrce who was chasmg A Hare
Flnally shot If after a great scare
Now dont be shocked when I tell you about
Frances s actually Halloran out
Let s r1de 1n Mary s one horse Shay
She s drlvmg to Evelyn Burke s farm for hay
Soon all were m the rlg off for a r1de
Wlth some of the huntmg dogs runnmg long sxde
Flyxng from here in the Graf Zeppelxn
I reached the place of Chlntxn
Here s where Lucla met the young Chamberlam
Whxle Frances Keaney flyj sought the prnnce
Georgle and Mome the Brmkman mlsses
My dreams then turned to Florence Shaughn at s e
And Vxrglnxa holdrng a Sharkye
Ruth Hester became I-Iesterlcal
Fearlng the monster would eat us all
But all the excrtement we took calmly
When we heard that twas a pet of Mlss Sharkey
Thxs made me stlr and as I turned around
What a grand surprlse I found
Here was Rose all a Buzz an go
To set the table she hurried so
Patrlcxa s Doyl es to place w1th care
Neath Julxa s srlver plates of Rogers ware
Louxse And her son who served lced tea
Began teaslng Helen Marle
Who was dressed llke a Fnscher maxden
And her basket wlth fish was laden
Mary Vlrgmla ln Holland costume
Caused much laughter 1n smglng a Dutch tune
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Clalre was wearmg her doughboy s Helmet
And actrng s1lly she sa1d
Taste Jane s cake Why lf has no Plavorm
Let s us have somethrng else xnstead
Mary Allce passed the Graham mufflns
Yum yum they were filled w1th nuts and ra1s1nsY
And to say the truth 1f xt must be told
Each one of us made so bold
As to eat of Vlfglnla s New berry pre
More than one pxece Wrth a slgh
Elxzabeth Boehmer sa1d confesslng
Twas Betty s salad w1th Dxerkes dressmg
Drank a toast to Dolores McCarthy
It was then that they broke Mary L s Mug
Sprllrng the root beer on a new rug
Dancmg gally they sang thls new thrxller
Helen Josephlne s 1n Love Wlfh the Mlller
When back from the shores of Dreamland I tossed
I found I had vsaked to find my frrends lost
And rnstead of huntlng and partles and company
I was back at the dear old VIZ Academy
Where of dreams xn the daytlme they do not allow
But mstead there are studxes to wrmkle the brow
M y Dreamland
BETTXE MCCARTX 29
And my dreams they are wonderful too
For some are red w1th the flame of youth
And others are soft and blue
Oh some are pure and sweet and whxte
Lrke a love that never dles
And some are p1nk l1ke a baby s laugh
And fluffy llke bables SlghS
And all are woven wlth srlver thread
That was spun when the moon was new
Oh the land of my dreams IS a wonderful land
And my dreams they are wonderful too'
Oh the land of my dreams IS a wonderful land Z
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For Mothers Day'
BETTYE MCCARTY 29
Oh Columblne has donned a gown of gllstemng sllver sheen
Wrth dlamonds llke small dewdrops all a sh1n1ng m between
And she IWIHCS a wee pmk rcsebud ln her golden haxr so pale
And flmgs a wxsp of moonbeams soft around her as a yell
And Cleopatra scans her mlrror and palnts her lxps brlght red
And puts a crown of rubles r1ch and pearls upon her head
She lles upon her golden couch and waves her peacock fan
And watches 1n the purple dusk a desert caravan
Oh CIICC slts upon a rock nor heeds the sun s brlght glare
And w1th a sapphlre comb she smooths her shmmg copper halr
I-Ier two l1ps are a passlon flower her eyes are l1ke the sea
Oh happy are her captlves and they do not w1sh them free
Oh lt s line to be a Clrce and comb your copper haxr
And 1t s grand to be the ruler of the land of Egvpt falr
It s sweet to be a Columblne ln s1lver moonlxght drest
But I d rather be a Mother for a Mother IS the best'
A Mother s seen the real of lxfe she knows the ups and dovs ns
She has the power to coax a smlle and send away a frown
She helps the stumblxng llttle feet and guldes them to the Star
Of all God s work a Mother s the most beautxful by far
A Mother s arms are opened w1de a haven of sure bl1SS
Her smxle IS l1ke an angel s and her lrps vsere made to k1ss
Her eyes are l1ke two b1g brlght stars wrth love11ght sh1n1ng through
Oh I d rather be a Mother for a Mother IS just You
TO MOTHER ON HER SILVER JUBILEE
BETTYE MCCARTY 29
You have la1
Upon the altar of God s Love
A sacrltice of five and twenty years
Oh sxlver years are these spent followmg
The radrance of the shlnmg Star of Falth
These years of love and adoratlon gleam
Lxke silver altar steps whlch mountlng hlgh
Lead to perfectron and a jewelled monstrance
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Nmo s rdea of the laz1est man rn college IS the man who says Moon
beams Krss Her for Me
Callahan demanded the Judge why d1d you dump your hod of
brlcks on your frrend McIntyre?
It was th1s way Judge explalned the offender I wonst tole McIntyre
that lf he was hard up for money to come to the bu11d1ng where I was work
mg and Id do hmm a favor and when I saw hlm comm down the street
dead broke I dropped the brxcks down on h1s head knowm he had an accldent
Inqursmve What ns the greatest water power known to man?
Clearer Woman s tears
Slster Translate Haec rn Galha Il est opportuna
Gmny I-Irke 1nto Gaul It IS lmportant
Hubby Im afrard we re on the road to the poor house
W1fey Well rf we are then a lot of other people around here are too
Hubby Maybe but we re passlng them on the road
We can get any statron we want on the radxo It depends on the wmdow
When a fellow Jumps off a brldge 1ts probably because he IS a
People who lrve ln glass houses shouldn t throw partres
Nurse You re not 111 your pulse IS as regular as a clock
Pauent Yes? You re holdlng my wrrst watch
When televlsron comes m there won t be so many dates made over the w1re
Srster Mary have you had any experlence wxth etchmgs?
Mary Well not smce I had eczema
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he unsung my hh
BETTYE MCCARTY 29
QA Story of Predestmea' Louel
I saw Bobby only once 1n my llfel
And yet I feel that he lS as much a part
of my exlstence as my home and pretzels
and llpstrck I feel too that 1n a way
he belongs to me h1s memory belongs
to the ages' I-Ie first came 1nto my l1fe
on a stormy n1ght 1n December Outs1de
the whlrllng snowflakes velled the world
1ns1de all was qulet The dom slumbered
I had just dropped mto a ntful sleep when
suddenly there came a strange scratchxng
no1se under my bed My heart stood st1ll
I d1ved under the covers and
malned there untxl suddenly I reahzed
hear h1s l1ttle feet patter over the floor
such a llght qulck step you could tell
that he was a gentleman And then one
who tt was And so enter Bobby
n1ght he came agam I loved to
n1ght there came a sudden loud thump
IH the midst of h1s v1s1t and he vanlshed
Mary Lou my next door nelghbor had
gracefully a1med her shoe at the radxator
and Bobble That was the last I save
of h1m for many months and how Imlssed hmm
And then one lovely Spring eve
nlng Bobble came back more swag
ger than ever And at the same ttme
came Bobbette and although she
was t1n she was very beauufull It
was a case of love at first sxght Oh
how happy they were ln those few
days how they delighted 1n Sprmg
and 1n love and 1n each other And
then one n1ght Bobbette went to
v1s1t the monastery The next morn
mg she did not return A day went
by two days a week Bobbre was
frantlc And as the t1me passed
came the great fear tnat she had
taken the ve1l He was no longer the
same h1s footsteps lagged he lost
h1s sleekness and he turned to eat
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mg sweets Where most men turn
to dnnk Bobble chose peanuts as
hrs way of forgettmg And they
proved hrs downfall One n 1 g h t
Bobbette returned as pretty and as
much rn love as ever She had been
delayed and the first thmg she
thought of was seeing Bobble She
warted and wanted at the radxator
their old meetmg place but he d1d
not come and finally she fell asleep
The next mornmg a loud cry awak
ened the dom Bobbie s dead' He
was caught m a trap Bobble s dead'
Dead' Bobbette gasped And just
then Alrcxa ran an carrying Bobble
ln a trap He had gone rn her room
death' Bobbette famted' And so
exlt Bobble Today we all mlss hrm
terrxbly at mghts we awake crymg
longmg for hrm' As for Bobbette
No flowers are strewn around your
Oh how I yearn to have you near
To know your presence share your
But rt was DOI to be my dear
Bobble darlmg oh goodbye'
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she IS brokenhearted and ts pre
parmg to return to the monastery
for good' She has grven me thxs
It rsn t much but she saxd she must
preserve hls memory For she wxll
always love htm' And love rs llke
I never dreamed I never thought
That xt would come to thxs my
My nxghts are empty now and
I mlss your patterlng llttle feet
They speak your name xn doubt ln
You have no mourners not a tear
The swlrlmg waters mark your grave
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ROSEMARE SHAUGHNESSH 3 0
'On Mother s Day the Sodality Union had a May Day Celebration on
our grounds The space between St Ann s Grotto and the Sacred Heart Shrine
was the scene and pretty as this spot always IS it seemed transformed that
afternoon just the place for a pretty spring scene
At the end near the Grotto was a throne draped in green velvet for the
May Queen opposite was a white statue of the Blessed Virgin on a pedestal
in the center of a nature stage was a Maypole with rose and silver ribbons
off to one side was the band
The program began when the Queen dressed in white with a long tram
took her place on the throne She was attended by two tiny flower girls two
Maids of Honor one in pink and one in blue and by sixteen attendants three
boys and thirteen girls The girls were lovely in spring dresses and each
carried a bouquet and attached to it was a spiritual bouquet Marion Brokaw
our prefect was the attendant who represented VISITATION
After the crowning of the Queen our Freshmen did a Maypole dance fall
dressed in pretty old fashioned costumesj in which rose and silver ribbons
were woven about the Maypole
Then the Queen taking off her own crown crowned the statue of the
statue. there too were placed the Splritual Bouquet made by all the Sodalists
for their mothers in honor of the Blessed Mother The May Queen made
the Act of Consecration to Our Lady and everyone Joined in the slnglng of
The Blessed Sacrament was carried from the chapel to the Shrine It
was an impressive ceremony first the procession Father ODonnell carrying
the monstrance the tinkling of the bells the acolytes in red cassocks and sur
plices and the S S C of our Sodality dressed in white and throwing flowers
before the Blessed Sacrament then Benediction at the Shrine the band playing
'Ihe vxhole celebration was planned and carried out by Father Gerad
Donnelly S J the director of the Sodality Union of Samt Louis All the
schools in the Union were represented among the spectators as well as their
'Lvcn though out of place we were delighted to find a space in which to write up our
men impressne Mothers Day celebration which occurred long after our Crescent had gone to
Paar One Hundred and Thrrtu euqht
Blessed Virgin and the attendants placed their bouquets at the foot of the
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Goodbxc dear pals of old V11 daws
Vw surely can t forget
Tlx joxs 'md sorrows that han pissed
Smcg thc day whm first xu mit
Q all shwll go our d1ffLl'tIlI xx ix s
Sent out wuh blnssmgs dur
0 hu our Mus as xu thmk bat
Qprmdmg jox and chur
ut afur long md many wars
'No marur xx hue we an
m sure that nom: w111 Q er forg t
Dur X zz our guxdmg star
Paac Um Hmdred and Thlffl r'1r'e
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Herman Kriegsluauser, Secretary-Treas.
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Don t Let Ignorance Hmzdzca
HE rise of women s opportunities
during the last twenty sears has
made it necessary for every young ww oman
to have a college education With a trained
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The educated xx oman may go any
Where meet anyone with perfect poise and
If your daughter has done well in high
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Four year Courses leading to the Degrees A B , B S , and Ph B
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Demands Educated omen
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First Partner: 'lln what position does your son wish to enter the
Second Partner: "VJell. so far as I can make out, he wants to start near
the top and loaf afterwards,"
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"I don't drive a car. either," agreed the fat man.
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'AThis," said he. pointing to an inscribed plate upon the deck. "is where
our gallant captain fell,"
"No wonder," replied the old lady, 'AI nearly' slipped on it myself,"
The time will come shouted the speaker yy hen women vxill get men s
Yes said the man in the corner next friday night
Teacher XVill1e where is Toronto?
Vyillie Right between Davenport and Pittsburgh
Teacher Vylhere did you Get that ansve er
XX 1ll1e On our radio set
I'or Rent Loyely furnished room in piiyate family with bath on ear
The secretary of the bar association yy as busy and yery cross one alter
neon yy hen his telephone rang
Xvell what is it he snapped
ls this the city gas works? asked 1 yyoman s soft yoice
No madam roared the secretary this is the Bar Association ot we
City of Oakland
Au in the syyeetest of tones l didnt miss it se far after all id
Exasperated Traffic Cop Say lady do you knovy how to driye 1 car
Fair Motorist XVhy yes I think so XVhat 1S it you wish to know
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Family Trade Solicited
JamesE Callahan J J Rogles
Agent Dont you xx ant your offlce furmshxngs lnsured agalnst theft?
Vlanager Yes all ekCept the cloek Exerybody xx atches that
A Scotch trax ehng salesman neld up 1n the Orkney Islands by a bad storm
telegray hed to hxs firm IH Aberdeen Marooned here bx storm xx 1re
The reply eame Start summer xacatlon IS from yesterday
Falth Mrs O Hara how d ye tlll thxm txvms apart?
Axx F15 3lSy I stxcks me finger ln DIHHIS mouth an lf he bxtes I knoxx
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An IflSl1ITl3I'l who xx as rather too fond of strong drlnk xx as asked by the
parlsh prlest My son hoxx do you ex er expect to get to heaxen
Shure and thats alsy When I get to the gates of heaxen I ll open the
door and shut the door and open the door and shut the door and keep on
domg that t1ll St Peter gets lmpatlent and says For goodness sakes Nllke
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Jeannette requested a music salesman to order for her A'Rosemary," the
theme song of Abie's lrish Rose. since he did not seem to have it. He scribbled
it down upon a piece of paper and handed it to Jeannette to make sure he had
it correct-and this is what she read. A' ARosemary,l theme song of Baby's
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Jane: "Oh, that's where a thought struck me."
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Mrs, Sankey: "Didnt you ever speak before a large audience before,
Micky: l'Yes, l did oncef'
Mrs. Sankey: "XVhat did you say?"
Klicky: A'Not guilty."
Helen I-low yy as swimming inyented Toots
Toots A Scotchman came to a toll bridge
Loye is blind except when a co ed sees a yeyyeled fraternity pm
Sister NVhy don t you yyash your faee Gene l can See what you had
for breakfast this morning
Gene NVhat yy as it?
Gene NVrong Sister that yyas yesterday
Slo lye just had my face li te
X oung She Nonsense yylao d steal such a thing?
licia What eel a lost o le
'Xlary Ola that s a ylace yy here a Scotchman fills his fountain pen
Nick Yep l had a beard like yours once and vyhen l realized how it
made me look l cut it off
Nack Vvlell l had a face like yours once and when l realized l couldnt
cut it off l greyy this beard
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5220 Natural Bridge Ave.
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Walter L. Michener, General Agent
945 Boatmen's Bank Building
St. Louis, Missouri
,lan'y, l928, Assets 3,204,160,394
FOR 37 YEARS
Rubicam Business School has been trammg young men and young women
for business life and placmg them ln the best secretarial stenographic and
bookkeeping positions in St Louis
Rublcam Can Do the Same For You
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RUBICAM BUSINESS SCHOOL
4931 33 DELMAR BOULEVARD 3469 75 s GRAND BOULEVARD
Forest 0099 LAcledc 0440
' ergreen "Low Rates" "Large Dividends"
Forest 0 l 9 l
Belt Avenue Pharmacy
OSCAR L. QRUMLY
923 Belt Avenue
R. L. RUCHE
F. Armin Schmidt
HAIR SHOP AND PERFUMERY
5610 Delmar Blvd
Becker-Curran Drug C0
N W Cor Marcus8zSt Louis Aves
CO 7706 7707
CLEANERS 8: DYERS
6159 Natural Bridge
HARRY V S GROVER
OKAY GROCER CO
6670 Delmar Blvd
CA y 4 I 58
20 S Central Ave
WYd n 1045
UNION AVENUE DRUG STORE
The REXALL Store
at Hodlamont Tracks
Phone Forest 0400 0420 3904
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Pine Lawn, Mo. ' ' '
Al erations o l in s Cla on' Mo'
Lee Su le e, Mgr.
Our Name Signifies Our Quali
Phone: ow '
Cla on, Mo.
4'Betty's fathers familiar with many tongues."
"Quite a linguist, eh?"
UNO, a physician."
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Motorist: "XVhat time is it.
Farmer: "Twelve o'clock."
Motorist: "Is that all?"
Farmer: "Never gits any more hereabouts-after that we begin with
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"Vy7hat do you think of our new little sister. darling?"
"Vy7ell, she's sure a dandy ad for pyorrhealn
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Book Store Owner' A'Aren't you worrying about the ten dollars you
Student Heck no What s the use of both of us yyorrying about tt?
Prof In yy hich of his battles yy as King Gustay us Adolphus killed
Sleepy Frosh I think it was the last one
The Lady I play the piano just to kill ttmt
'I he Gent Xou certainly lldye 1 good weapon
'Vlother Jimmy did you get that loaf of bread I sent you for
Jimmy lNo The store yy as closed
Nlother What closed at this hour of the day ?
Jimmy Sure There yy as a sign on the door that said Home Baking
lVlr Pevy ee Vy hy did you ge' me sueh big shirts' T hese ire tour sizes
too large for me
His Wife 'I hey cost just the same as your 5l7L and I wasnt going to
et a strange clerk knoyy I married such 1 little shrimp as you
Agent ho lady this train goes to Baltimore Boston and points east
Just Graduated XVell I yy ant a train to Cleyeland and I dont care
which way it points
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SCHOOL OF LAW F, H, WEBER
Member of Association of American Law
Large and Carefully Selected Law Taylor and Olive
Library, with Duplicate or Multiple
Copies of lmportant Reference
3642 Lindell Boulevard
EASTON TAYLOR TRUST CO
EASTON AVENUE AT TAYLOR
Member Federal Reserve System
Member St Louis Clearing House Ass n
United States Government Depository
john R Lanigan President
t. ouis, Missouri
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wondcrlands of the great scenic states, Colorado and
Utah Illustrated booklets and further information
may be had at the Cztv Txcket Office 318 N Broad
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MISSOURI PACIFIC R R CO
1600 MISSOUFI Pacxfic Bldg
St Louls Mo
A Serwce I nshtuhon
HERMAN P SAUSSELE
Fresh Goods Twnce Da1ly
3850 Olnve qt
St Louxs Mo
CAbany 2 5 5 5
6236 Delmar Avenue
E HEIL FLORAL CO
6338 Clayton Rd at DeMun
Funeral Desxgns Bouquets Plants
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EVergreen 8334 Visitors Welconie
Mrs. Rose K. MaIoney's
Yanke, emade Kennels
2423 UNION BLVD
DOGS AND CATS BOARDED
Richard Fitzgibbon Phone Forest 3588
Killarney Rose Shop
Wedding Bouquets - Funeral Design
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1925 North Union Boulevard
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Lubrlte Cas Station
OIL AND LUBRICATION
COODFELLOW 81 NATURAL BR.DGE
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NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
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745 Boalmen s Bank Bldg
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' Plants - u Fowers
No iclc Animals mi ted a i owen
Ou side Runs Incloor Housing
. O " ears in e usiness"
I "My om an 0 Years ld"
Lewis al ron Jr., Prop. CH 939 .
Vells on, Mo.
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Maureen says the easiest way to tell the population of a town in Scotland
is to roll a penny down the street.
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Farmer: "Heh, heh. you can't fool me. by gum. Yer right up there
in that little basket."
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Old Chap: A'Times is terriblef Here l spent two years learning how to
read and now they're having these here talking pictures. lt ain't fair."
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Angry Motorist: "Some of you pedestrians walk along as though you
owned the streets."
lrate Pedestrian: "Yes and some of you motorists drive around just as
though you owned the car
Hollywood Queen Why did you buy a p arl handled gun' H ou can t
cut notches in pearl
A lady ran away from her husband to liye in a hotel After sey eral days
she yy ent back to him She sud she couldn t stand looking at the sign on th
hotel door eyery time she yy ent out it troubled her eonscienee FI he sign read
Think haye you left any thing
Hevyitt You don t know enough to go in yy hen it rains
Well what s the use the roof leaks
Nit Where are you going to dump that load of dirt?
XXIII' Oh I guess we ll dig a hole somewhere to put it in
Dot Do you believe in the hereafter?
Vlarian Of course
Dot How about a little food then that s yy hat lm here after
Any body who demands a tooth for a tooth will never get any satisfaction
out of grandpa
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CLASS OF 1931
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Ask for Black Jeff Coal
E B Houlle
5881 Easton Ave
Mltchell Coal and Maternal Co
4769 Easton Ave
Overland Coal Co
Wellston Fuel Co
I6l6 So 39th St
Connor Egan Grocer Co
Page and Unlon Avenues
FO t 0615 0602 0603 0605
Delmar and Leland Avenues
PA k l040l04I 104210431044
When ln Need of Glasses ee
FISHER OPTICAL CO
915 Locust St
510 N Grand Blvd
Ros ec 92
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C. F. DlECKMAN
329 DeBaliviere Avenue
St. Louis, Mo.
H. H. PEPMOELLER
Cor. Waterman 8: DeBaliviere Aves.
Phones: CAbany SSH-5810
S A N D E R S
623 Clara Avenue
CAB y OI96 OI97
Good Plumbing Means Good Health
C S MOYNIHAN
4974 Northland Ave
GEO A POHLE
FO t 8775
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BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY
2612 N Kmgshlghway Blvd
lce Cream of Flne Quallty
DCllClOUS Bakery Goods and Candles
440 DeBal1v1ere Avenue
CAE y W Dl CA y
DALY 8z McCABE
REAL ESTATE co
801 Chestnut St
REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE
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Wed in and Part Cakes Made to Order
7 Char es . aly, Harr .McCz-xbe.
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Vine szgn offhe
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Enqraxhnq Senhce Plus
Close Cb operahon belnleen
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Manager fTo obstinate theater-goerj: 'AYour tickets are not for Row
M. XVi1l you kindly vacate these seats and go to L?"
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Young Lady Cpurchasing train ticket! 2 "Could you tell me if the moon-
light is more romantic at Lake VV7auhopek or at Lake lVliahinamosa?"
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An Irish recruit in one of the military' riding schools had the misfortune
to part company with his horse.
According to custom. the sergeant strode up to him and demanded:
"Did you receive orders to dismount?'l
"I did, sorrf'
"From what quarters?"
"From hindquarters. yer honor," said Paddy with a grin.
XVell Pat I see you have a small garden
X es sir answered Pat
XVhat are you going to set in it for next season
'Nlothing sir I set it with potatoes last year and not one of them
Thats strange how do you explain it?
XVell sir the man next door to me set his garden full of onions
XVell had that any thing to do with your potatoes not growing
Hes sir Bedad them onions w as that strong that my potatoes couldn
see to grow for their ey es watering
Oh what a strange looking cow ' exclaimed the sweet young thing from
the city But why hasnt it any horns
XVell you see explained the farmer some cows is born without horns
and neyer has any and others shed theirs and some we dehorn and some
breeds ain t supposed to have horns at all There s lots of reasons w hy some
cows am t got horns but the big reason why that cow aint got horns is
because she ain t a cow She s a horse
Did the fisherman haye frog s legs Bridget?
Sure I cculdnt see mum he had his pants on
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Night Watclanaan Ito employ erj Got to haye oyertime for last night s
werk boss I oyerslept and didnt leave the job till 9 30
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John l'l. McCarthy
4642 West Florissant Ave.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
F. C. Smith Pharmacy
2602 N. Kingshighway Blvd.
Forest aeo4 ssos
Branson's Service Station
Phillip 66 and Benzo-Cas
Mobile, Pennsylvania and Phillip Oil
Expert Battery, Tire and Creasing Service
Phone FOrest 9336
5580 Easton Ave
St LOUIS Mo
Arctic Ice Cream Co
MHYIOH Vlrglnla Reynolds,
5653 Delmar Boulevard
St Louis Mo
Cut Flowers Artistic Floral Designs
Bridal Bouqu ts and Decorations
Rapp's Quallty Market
Groceries Meats Vegetables
Poultry in Season
922 Belt Ave
Forest 4447 58l8
FOrest 5 I 64 Prompt Service
Cady Cleanmg 8: Dyeing
F Cady Manager
Ladies and Cents Garments Cleaned
Dyed Repalred Relmed and Altered
Portleres Draperies and Hats Cleaned
Work Called For and DCllVCl'EL
5378 Easton Ave
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1515 CHESTNUT STREET
ST LOUIS MO
Dorr 8z Zeller
Weddings, Receptions and Teas
Supplied on Short Notice
DeBaIiviere 8: Waterman Avenues
V CARTAN 81 CO
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Itrat ILf I
0590 t 059I
Bridal Bouquets Funeral Designs
Carlton Flower Shop
F 6: I-I T I-'IESPEN
1123 UNION BLVD ST LOUIS M0
W d I ll P f zh r
F emberg 8: Jones
Real Estate Co , In
Iplm K F In ht
LOANS INSURANCE RENT
2914 Union Blvd
EV rg 8762
DAD S COOKIE CO
DAD S ORIGINAL
SCOTCH OATMEAL COOKIES
959 Goodfellow Avenue
CAL, ny 2303 sf L
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L. V. artan L. C. artan FOreS1 FOYCS
Open Evening In ' lock
L Sundays to 6
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Ado . ein erg, Preside ,
See Us for West End Real stale
e ,een Phone a . ouis, Mo.
We are happy to
again have had the
privilegefor the fifth
successive year, of
If we can be of ser
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ments just call
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'n me at Twentyfsecond
Forest 7l75 Forest 1325
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"Anything in Flowers"
2604 06 N Kmgshlghway Blvd
Ashen Brenner Garret
PHOTOGRAPHS LIVE FOREVER
820 North Grand Boulevard
E s n 5 65
Phone CEntraI 7520
A 81 E GOODWIN
P R I N T I N G
Opera! d by Asa and Emmet C-oodwm
fphoto Type Process
1909 Locust St
St Louxs Mo
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Theatrical Costumers and Wig Makers .
Largest Stock of Domestic and
Foreign Sheet Music in the West
FRANK HERBERS, Cen'l Mgr. Musical Instruments
of the Better Grades
0rth0ph0hlC Vlctrolas Radlolas
S' LOUIS All Makes of Phonograpb Records
Corporate College of St Louis Unlverslty
Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto
A Member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary
Schools and of the Assocnatlon of American Colleges On the list of Stan
dard Colleges of the Cathollc Educatlonal Association also m the American
Councll on Education Affiliated to the Catholic Umversrty of America
and a Corporate College of St Louis University
TEACHERS STATE CERTIFICATE
The Conservatory of Music offers Courses leading to a degree
Professors from Kenflck Senilnary Conduct clas es ln
Social Science History Religion and Scrxpture
Department of Expression and Household Economics
Buildings New and Thoroughly Flreproof
For Catalogue Address
THE REGISTRAR WEBSTER COLLEGE
WEBSTER GROVES MO Suburb of St Louis
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An old Irishman who had recently recovered from a severe attack of
sickness. chanced to naeet his parish priest. who had been summoned during
his illness to administer the rites ol the church to the dying. as he was consid-
ered to be near deaths door. and the lollowing conversation took place:
HAh, Pat. I see you out again. XVe thought you were gone sure. You
had a pretty serious time of it."
"Yis, yer riverence. indade I did."
"Wlaen you were so near death's door. were you not afraid to meet your
God, your Maker?"
UNO. indade, your riverence. lt was the other gintleminf'
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E hraim: A'XVhat you all call it when a irl ets married three times-
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Rastus: "Laws', boy, you suttenl' am an ignoramus, XVhy', when a
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gal gtts married two times. dat am bigotry: but when she gets married de
third time. dat am trigonomentryf'
A colored preacher yy as trying to explain tlae fury of lell to h s con
You all hab seen naolten iror runnin out ob de furnaee aint you
rl lae congregation said it had
Vyle the preaclaer continued dey uses dat stufl lor lee cream in d
place yy hat I m talking about
elergynaan s little boy yy as pending the atteinomn yyith th bishop s
c at dren At tae reelory sate t ae aum a e neat aer s son e Xe a
that lays an egg eyery day ooa said the bishop s boy lather
a leundation stone enee 1 yyeek
C RAXINIAT ICAII X CORREC T
ae ladies that lst see y an fee an mer niece r
nieee is rather good looking
Don t say knees is say knees are
tudent And pot r Harry yy as kill d by a reyolying erane
I ngltsh NVoi'ntn 'Xly yy ord Vylhat laeree birds yeu haye in Pemeriea
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FITZGERALD 8: ROBERTS
SLATE AND TILE ROOFERS
PAYkVlCW 29 I 6 6625 Delmar
Goodfellow and Page Aves
ALI.. TEXACO PRODUCTS
Il th T th Cl G Id
Texaco Dry Ga
u CAL, y 7383
CHAS J SUTTER
1303 Pune Street
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Olrver . anson, Proprietor
F C It S '
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hn Dowling, Pres.
The Savings Trust Co.
Delmar at Euclid
Equal Courtesy to All
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE
. C. Dowling, Pres.
Midland Savings Bank
Page Blvd. 8: Hodiamont Tracks
A Friendly Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE
Phone, WYdown 0666, 0768
The Ball Lumber Co
Wholesale and Retail Lumber
Millwork and Roofing Materials
Ladue Road 8: Terminal Tracks
St Lou s
B x 45 Clayto St
WE. SELL BIRDS ROOFS
A Different l-lat for Every Dress
-is easily accomplished when on
matches them at Marie Mac's
Marie Mac Hat Shop
317 N Tenth
F H Q s p
G R E E T I N C S
Winston Churchill Apts
J A Lynch Plumbmg Co
1618 Chestnut St
The ive Dollar a ho
f o n aj
H. Lon , Manager
e ears Prove Them Best '
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SHEET METAL WORK
Powers 8: Boyd Cornice and Roofing Co.
3614 Laclede Avenue
JEfferson 03 5 3
COlfax 6000 600l
A New Modern Way
Of Sellmg Freshly Caught Flsh
Ask for Nordic Flllets of
Haddock m Packages
The Tenderlolns of the Haddock
wlthout heads tails skins or bones
ust the very finest partievery bit
edxble and all ready to cook Not a
hxt of odor exther How is this pos
s1hle3 A wonderful new refrlgeratlng
process IS used on these fish when
they re dressed at the dock and
keeps them fresh tlll you cook them
Ask for NORDIC FILLETS OF HAD
DOCK This new way of huylng fish
IS no mussler than getting a can f
beans Remember the NORDIC name
No other process ns lxke nt
4630 WEST FLORISSANT f Jwvrlaffff H'
822 North Broadway
Everything m Oysters Flsh and Sea Foods
u g Jew yy
Comvhmenfs of the WEAR GUERDAN HATS
PINE LAWN BANK 3,5 00 AND UP
6149 Natural Bridge
The Guerdan l-lat Co
914 Olxve St 13 S Broadway
M mlzaer Federal
RCSCYVF Bank . ' '
MAX MANNE, President K. A. CLARK, Treasu
THE ARTISTIC FURNITURE CO.
Manufacturers of High Grade Stationary and
FACTORY AND SHOW ROOMS
ST LOUIS DETROIT PITTSBURG CINCINNATI DALLAS
A G CLARK H R CLARK
Clark Palfltlflg Co
Painters and Decorators
1957 Arlington Ave
EV 0381 S L
MRS VOGELS 8f80 MOON
Wlaat's the difference between a handsome young man and a white horse?
I don't know.
How many dates have you had with a white horse?
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Traveler: "Porter, I want to be called at five o'clock in the morning."
Porter: "Boss, Ah guess you-all isn't acquainted with dis heah modden
'nventions See dis heah button, heah? Well, when you-all wants to be called,
you jest presses dat button. an' we comes an' calls you,"
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"Sed-cntary' work," said the professor, "tends to lessen the endurance."
"In other words," butted in a smart student, "the more one sits, the
less one can stand."
"Exactly," replied the professor, "and if one lies a great deal, one's stand-
ing is lost completely."
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ACCORDING TO THE COOK BOOK
Please ma am said Norah the new cook hoyy yiill I be af
knowin whin the puddin s cooked
Stick a knife into it said the mistress remembering the instructions in
the cook book If the knife comes out clean then the pudding is cooked
Yis mi am
Oh and Norah 'I he mistress had 1n afterthought It the knife does
come out clean you might stick in all the rest of the kntyes
College certainly has made my boy oyer
You can hardly fLCOgH17C him now hp
No he hardly recogn17es me
'I HE HIGH COST OP MAT RIMONY
But lady 1 marriage license clerk cicpluned to 1 moyic actress wpplt
cant the layy compels me to record all preyious mirriages before I 1S5Lle the
Good Lord exclaimed her prosp ctiye husband And Iye got 1 taxi
Football Coach Wlmat experience haye you hadl
Freshman XVell last summer I yy as hit by tu o autos and a truck
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1001 Ambassador Bldg.
Plans for Schools, Hospitals,
Churches and lnstltutlons
DeBaliviere and DeGiverville
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Morrls Aach Realty Co
Really Great m Real Estate
MONEY TO LOAN RENTS INSURANCE
R E A L T O R S
826 Chestnut Street
CHAS l.. GERAGHTY
GRocER1Es AND MEATS
A v g f
zeos 10 N Kmgshlghwsy
l' FO t0763 FO t6830
Gentlemen s Suits
Made to Order
5807 Suburban Tracks
' . t. ouis, Mo.
Clrles nu 452 Hestnu 47
t. ouis, Mo.
Quality Courtesy ban
Also Fruits an e e ables in Seaso at Ref-'Unable rice'
. l Cleaning, D ein , Pressing and Repairin
' ' of Ladies' and Centlemen's Garments
l el. res , res
1919 S. Grand Blvd.
2 to 6 ROOM EFFICIENCY APMTS.
Furnished and Unfurnished
Rinderer's Drug Store
N. W. Corner
Natural Bridge 8: Newstead
Phone Us Your Wants
St. Louis, Mo.
EV. 9695 R. G. Fuchs, Prop.
IF lT'S HARDWARE-WE HAVE IT
Pine Lawn Hardware
Builders' Hardware, Pipe Fittings,
Tools Paints and Class
6223 Natural Bridge Rd
Selsor's Quality Grocery
Everything Good for the Table
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