Benton Harbor High School - Greybric Yearbook (Benton Harbor, MI)

 - Class of 1938

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BENTON HARBOR - THE BUSY, GRITTY, MARKET CITY BAKERIES Wilson Bakery Quality Every Day Phone 237 A dashing young fellow named Jim. Drove his car with a zreat deal of vim. Said he, "I'm renowned For covering the ground." But watch out, it might cover him. BOTTLERS Twin City Coca Cola Bottling Co. 208 Main Street St. Joe. BUSINESS COLLEGES' Twin City Business College Send for Free Catalog 198 Pipestone St. Benton Harbor, Michigan Orrnlston : "Let me oft at the next stop, conductor. I thought this was a. lunch wagon". -T CONFECTIONERS Barentsen Candy Co. Wholesalers Br Manufacturers Benton Harbor, Michigan CREAMERIES Producers Creamery Irradiated Vitamin D Milk and other Dairy Produrtr Phone 6154 Twin City Guernsey Dairy Co. "Vim the Dairy Bar for Ice Cream" 540 W. Main Street Don K: "You know, you're not a had-looking girl." Betty C: "Oh you'd say so even if you dldn't think so." uon K: 'We're even then. You'd think so even if I didn't say so." DEPARTMENT STORES Duerr's Ladies' Apparel 150 East Main Street Kresge Building J. C. Penney "The Home of Valuef' 162 East Main Street Rapp 8: Prideaux 136-8 Pipestone Gifts-Dry Goods-Draperies Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear The Enders Company "Wire Spenderr Shop at Enders" Main through to Water Street DRUGS Red Cross Drug Co. "HeadquarterJ for Sport Goadr, Kodahf, and Photo Supplier" 111 W. Main St., Dial 6615 Sheffield Drug Co. Prescription Druggists 132 Pipestone Street ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Electric Service Co. R. J. Hadlow Phone 5-1021, 170 Pipestone St. Hallman Electric Co. Prompt and Courteous Service 181 Pipestone Street ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Patton 8: Terrill Ranges, Hotpoint Refrigerators, Water Heaters, Dish Washers, Washing Machines Empire at Colfax Champ Grostield: "What's my temperature, Doc?" Doc: "Hundred and three." Champ Grosileld: 'What's the world's record?" FIVE AND TEN-CENT STORES McLellan Store Co. "Shop at MtLellan'J Fin!" Sc to Sl, Dial 9742 S. S. Kresge Co. Sc, 10c, and 25c store Dial 8861 "Donated hy a friemfl' FLORISTS Cary Flower Shop 202 East Main Street Dial 6336 or 8581 Charles H. Fisk Fair Plain Florist "Flowery Telegraphed Everywhere" 1732 Colfax Ave. Dial 8907 Heaven's Flower Shop "Go to Heavenfr for flowery" 136 Water Dial 7775 Dick Alden tin the late hoursbz "How can I ever leave you?" Tired father fMr. Zebel, poking his head around the doorj: "Bus No. 7, train No. 40, or any taxica.b."

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CLASS PROPHECY fLo0kir2g Ahead 20 Yearfj Dick Alden-Still ignoring everyone but Bev. Joyce Anderson--Teaching the brats all about readin', writin', and 'rithmetic. jacqualyn Baxter-Big newspaper woman fretting over her first edition. Billy Bellows-Taking Benny Goodman's place in the Land of Swing. Paul Benke-Awarded Nobel Prize for chemistry. Audrey Burch-Dyes hair blonde to tame that fiery temper. Bud Brown-Working in foundry, still threatening to marry Bette. Paulette Bubanovich-Star, and only, reporter on the Coloma Gazette. Horald Burnworth-Baritone soloist in Salvation Army Band. Catherine Calderwood-In California, starving to death. jimmy Case-Lightweight champion of the world. - Bette Collins-Out in Sodus plowin'. Eloise Cunningham-Blissfully happy over her fifth set of twins. Al Dasse-Still dodging that Doster dame. Roy Elson-Discovered stream-lined method for milking cows. Dick Eva-Finally landed job in Metropolitan Opera Co.-Qticket takerj. Martha Farwell-Warbling for the Swing High, Swing Low Club. Newton Frank-Built new addition to store on Eighth Street. Mary Frances Granger-Dress designer for Mobert's "Buy on Time" store. Tommy Green+Still peddling papers and gypping his customers. Bill Gridley-Flabbergasted over his Irish Sweepstakes winnings. Graham Handy-Freckle-faced farmer lad makes good in side show! Louis Harris-Manager of Burlesque Show. Lois Haworth-Wins golf trophy for Watervliet Country Club. Norma Hoffman-Assistant cashier of that new theatre, The Lake. Ann Hopkins-President of International Gabby Club. Shirley Johnson-Still getting into the show for 10c. Don Kuschel-Still looking for that "Ideal Girl." Winifred Lerch-Luscious Blossom Queen for '38, stand-in for joan Bennett. Caroline Lightell-Still griping about the mad whirl of life. Eleanor Lindholm-Great novelist, winning recognition in literary world. Ray Ludwig-Quietly married, "so happy over the whole thing." Betty Lutz-Drudging housewife, madly in love but sighing over her ambassador days Annabelle Newhouse-Finally lost that schoolgirl figure-gained two pounds. Harold Ormiston-Cheer leader for Holland Girls Seminary. Frances Orris-I-Iumoring her kindergarteners with her famous cake. Russel Patterson-Answer to a Co-ed's prayer. Marion Peppler-Head sales girl at McLellan's Dime Store. Mickey Preston-Still looking after those Peddy boys. Lanny Reed-Miserably married. Only consolation-his pipe. Gretchen Reische--Famous scientist, blows up village of Scottdale. Bob Sill-Mayor of that big little town, I-Iinchman. Bob Tibbets-Finally landed that job with the Twin City Cabs. Ed. Troffer-Won first law case in Bridgman, Michigan. Carolyn Tuttle-Domestic little housewife. George Walbridge-Strutting his stuff for University of Illinois Band. Virginia White-Teaching the little Walbridges how to truck on down. Red Whitright-Toting home his pay check to Ella Mae. Frances Willmengf-Famous interior decorator of New York City. George Woodley-Becomes professional tramp.



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BENTON HARBOR - THE BUSY, GRITTY, MARKET CITY FURNITURE Troost Bros. Dependable furniture-largest selection and best values 67-71 Elm Street Q GASOLINE Hovey's Gas George W: "You've been out wlth worse-looking fel- lows than I am, haven't you?" Ginny W: fSllenceJ George W: "I said you've been out with worse-looking fellows than I am, haven't you?" Ginny W: "I heard you the flrst time. I was trying to think." GROCERS Baumeister's Modern Food Stores "lVe Aim to PleaJe" 890 Broadway, Dial 5-1128 Napier and Colfax Ave., Dial 5-1881 F rank's Grocery 8: Market "Quality Grocerief and Meats" Corner Eighth 8: Bond Street HARDWARE Marquardt's Hardware Sporting Equipment, Fishing Tackles, and Tennis Goods 161 Pipestone Dial 6835 Kate C: "Let's cut classes and take in a movie! Mildred S: "Can't do lt, kid, I need the sleep." INSURANCE Life Insurance Contracts Tom Hammond "Succerr to All" 406 Fidelity Bldg. Merrill 8: Lovell Complete Ins. Service Gray Bldg. 120 Pipestone Street Phone 7849 Tourist lstopplng his car by the toadsidelz "How far is it to Riverside?" Farmer Elsonz "Wa.a1, lt's about 24,999 miles the way you're going, but if you tum around it ain't but four." JEWELERS Chapman Jewelry Company Jewelers and Optometrists "Quality Alwayf' Olsen 8: Ebann Jewelry Company Diamonds, Watches, and jewelry "Gla.frer Scientiyirally Fitted" Williams 8: Company jewelers and Optometrists Corner Wall and Pipestone Streets LAUNDRY Blough's Empire Laundry "The Perma-Color Laundry" West Empire Avenue Dial 6050 Doug: "What does the C.I.O. stand for?" Hendrix: "It doesn't. stand: it sits down." LUMBER B. M. Nowlen 8: Co. "Build with Conhdence through Our Personal Architectural Service" Preston Lumber 8: Mfg. Co. "Prerton'5 Producti Pleate Particular People" Established 1864 MEATS Joe Tittle and Son, Inc. "Good Meat at Reafonable Prices" 89 West Main Street Mr. Gritfendorf: "Sir, when you eat in here, you don't need to dust off the plate." Dale E: "Beg pardon, force of habit. I'm an umpire." MEN'S FURNISHINGS Goodman 8: Goldbaum "Society Brand Clothes" Florsheim and Friendly Shoes Hennes "The Store for Men and Boys" Hart, Schaffner 8: Marx Clothes H. S. Friedman Class of 1920 116 Water Street "Store for Men" Jerro1d's Quality Clothes for Men and Boys

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