Central High School - Red and Black Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1947

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1914-Stairs and corridor floors of building were reconstructed of concrete. 1923-Central celebrated the fiftieth anniver- sary of Mr. Bryan's graduation. 1926-In January the school was temporar- ily housed in Yeatman building, pend- ing the fireproofing of the Grand Ave- nue building. 1927-In September, Central High School was moved back to the building at 1030 North Grand Avenue. A lire broke out in the girls' gymnasium on the first day of school. On September 27, 1927, a tornado struck the central part of the city about 1:00 p. m., resulting in the death of five girls of the school. The girls who lost their lives were Alice Berner, Eva Michalske, Blanche Reid, Zena Schneider, and Lois Shaw. On October 4, 1927, Central moved back into the Yeatman building and shared it with the Yeatman Intermediate School until June, 1928. 1928-On February 1 1, Central High School celebrated the seventy-Hfth anniversary of its foundation with a banquet and mass meeting attended by nearly 3,000 alumni. The total number of graduates reached 9,600 in June. The school published a 300-page Diamond Jubilee issue of THE RED AND BLACK. 1932-On February 22, Central gave a pag- eant at the Odeon written by Percye Mc- Kay in celebration of the 300th anni- versary of the birth of Washington. The June class planted two oak trees on the campus in honor of George and Martha Washington. 5 1 5... 3 lil En VV EEUU :AEI lE'?-A ima! :IWW 1111141111: 4 5 JUNE Ptmotacmss .U T V-4-,:, U I ttf: -'xx g ' A Y fix I f l ' 'N -573' V I A . A -,l. .- o iam A 5 3 j . illll ,,,, 1 Ill A .,. I t Q ... D ,+L , - 7 I 155 355 l 4 ' , Q 1 -- ' ,Iv X 1. i.: '? TV' ' Q' ' Q .I Y i i f f .-v r- Q!-Q E' 1 V1 I W -"' I 1 l"!"X-1 -I 5' 3 i l, 4 V 7 .. .-, ., .-..- . .. ..,... .-.-.fr I ' 4' '- M 1 I -I ,.i.1. GRAND AVENUE BUILDING 1893-1926 1938-Central athletes adopted the nick- name REDWINGS, and also celebrated its 85th birthday by holding a Reunion on February ll, which was broadcast over KWK. The 1938 RED AND BLACK was perhaps the best high school year book ever published. 1927- 1 947-Graduation exercises held in the Beaumont auditorium. THE STYLE IN SMILES 1904 For Sale-A large dog: very tame: will eat off your hand.



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Ninety-Fourth year ln November the Central Band played for the wounded soldiers at Scott Field, the school observed Education Week by holding open house on November 13, the musical organi- zations presented "The Forest Prince" on November 22 Cthey also were chosen to in- augurate a new series of high school musical programs by KSD on November 235, the public speaking class conducted a discussion about school sports over KMOX on Novem- ber 22, and the football team wound up the season with victories over Soldan and Hanni- bal. Richard Thurston made the All-City Team. In December the basketball and swimming teams opened their seasons, June Dempsey was voted Pigskin Queen on December 6, the Junior Toastmasters' Club entertained guests from the Midtown Toastmasters' Club on December 10, the Senior Prom was held at the Hamilton Hotel on December 20, and a splendid Christmas program was given De- cember 24 under the direction of Mr. Evans. In January the basketball team went through two tournaments, and the swimming team held several dual meets. The 157th graduation class of Central received their diplomas on January 22, the Washington University Scholarship being awarded to Shirley Althoff. Fifteen outstanding members of the C1. A. A. were given awards on January 21, while, on January 24, letters were awarded to 21 football players and seven on the tennis team. The second semester began on January 27. Miss Mutshnick and Miss Rotman joined the faculty and Miss O'Kane became manager of the lunchroom. Among the activities for February were a visit from "Hamlet" in the person of Mr. Ludden, personal representative of Maurice Evans, distinguished Shakespearean actor, on February 4: the winning of the North St. Louis American Legion Oratorical Contest by Elsie Tamalis on February 5: the celebration of Central's 94th Birthday by the Alumni Association on February 11: and the Com- munity Night Program attended by both the Mothers' Club and the Patrons' Association on February 27. The basketball team won THE STYLE IN SMILES 1915 He: Shall we talk or dance? She: I'm very tired: let's dance. Mr. Alexander with Rush Hughes. its league game by beating McKinley, and broke even with Cape Girardeau High School in a home-and-home series. The swimming team took sixth place in the -All-City swim- ming meet. Fred Koenig, Jack Farley, John Russo, Eugene Hall, Dave Hall, and Lee Anoelack represented Central in the Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament. The Junior Toastmistresses were organized on February 13, under the sponsorship of Miss Miller. June Georgie, a member of the Roller Skat- ing Club, received a medal for figure dancing and skating on February 16. On March 6 we were honored by a sur- prise visit from Louis Calhern, an old Cen- Walker Hancock greeted at Aud Session.

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