Ferris State University - Ferriscope Yearbook (Big Rapids, MI)
- Class of 1921
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. 'WALLEY T. HEIN, Editor-in-Chief
G. L. XXVALTHER .... Senior College .Preparatory
WILHELMINE SCHRAGE' .... Ass't Senior
DALE THOMAS .
MARIE BOVAY .
EARL TOBEY .
EDNA TIMMS .
M. I. GILLIES, . .
LAWRENCE BISHOP .
WILLIAM L. FOSTER
I. W. SODERBERG .
C. M. HEIMBACH
GLENN THOMAS .
CECIL WATERS .
G. M. SWANSON
JESSE H. GRAHAM
' ELIZABETH CLAUCHERTY .
WILLIAM G. GoRIN
GUNNARD ELIASON .
W. T. HEIN .
E. M. CLARK .
junior College -Preparatory
- , . Builders- Class
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. . . .Pre-Medics
. Upper Peninsula Club
. Commercial Teachers
. Accountancy Class
. Federal Board Club
. . . EX-Service Club
Masons and Eastern Stars
. . . . Bankers
. Catholic Club
. . Y. W. C. A.
. . Odd Fellows Club
. Masselink Bible Class
. . Y. M. C. A.
. . Faculty
. Business Manager
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WOODBRIDGE N. FERRIS, President
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Changes, political and industrial, have, in the last few years,
been so marked and rapid, that in order to live the truly successful
life, the young man or woman must acquire that valued and all-
important gift to humanity, an education. This is the one thing
that makes real men and women and the thing that gives a nation
the leadership of the world. Because we believe in an education
as the foundation of true Americanism, we are here preparing to
take up the tasks which we shall be called upon to perform.
But we feel that we must pause for a moment in our study to
give the students and friends of Ferris Institute a memoir of the
work and social activities of 1921. Thus we issue the CRrMsoN
We cannot refrain from commending Mr. Ferris for the leader
ship and discipline manifested throughout the year. Scores of
students have come to a realization of themselves and been started
on the right road by this truly great man
Mr. Masselink, the students' friend, and Mr. Travis, our gen
eral utility man, are worthy of our mention
In issuing the 1921 CRrMsoN AND GOLD we have tried to por
tray the spirit of the school. Notwithstanding the handicaps and
mishaps, we are sure you will enjoy this little book which we know
will grow dearer to you as the years go by. So overlook the small
mistakes and "slams" and remember that we have your best
interests at heart
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B. S. TRAVIS, SECRETARY
A GERRIT MASSELINK, B. s., XTICE-IDRESIDENT
Michigan Agricultural College R
"WIzere 119 the power that charms us so- "':'
In thy soul or in tlmze eye?"
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Ferris Institute, Life Certificate '
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MARY I. MCNERNEY, A. B. l
University of Michigan p .
"Deep versed in books" i ,
E. M. CLARK
HlSlOIj, Geography, Civics l
' Oswego Normal School, Life Certificate
University of Michigan, Special
University of XVisconsin, Special
"In telmm we place much C0l1f1.dC'IICC.'U
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L W BEARDSLEY
English I-I1story Mathematics
Ferris Institute Life Certificate
Vuzle in strength get bashfnl as a girl
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life love to heai thine eari est voice
llfherevei than art hid
M. A.'IONES PH. C.
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F "Strong, siinjnle, silent, therefore snch was he
lifho helped ns in onr need."
A MILDRED TRAVIS
Rhetoric, Literature, Teachers' Grammar
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Michigan State Normal College, Life Certificate
5 "And that snzile like snnshine, darts
l Into many a snnless heart."
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E. I. PARR, PH. C.
University of Michigan
CHARLES CARLISLE, A. B., A. M.
Expression, Physical Culture, Crthography
Chaffee Noble School of Elocution
"There is 110 I1'ltSill!?SS that distracts this man."
"I1zq1ri1'i11g tireless, seeking what is yet u1zf0z.n1d."
MRS. PHILINDA H. D. HGUSE
Columbia School of Expression
A Diploma and Post Graduate
"Sha sils high in all our lwartsf'
Ferris Institute y
Palmer School of
"Can boast of skill in mind and hand."
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Northern State Normal
Life Certficate and Post Graduate
"Great feelings has she of lzer own,
lfVluch lesser souls uzay never know."
"Secure against his owu mistakes,
Content with what lzfe groes or takes."
K. G. MERRILL
Accounting, Salesmanship, Advertiiiing
Accounting under L. A. Newgard, C. P. A
"Of leeerzlest wit, of judgment crystal-clear
Easy of converse, courteous,
Mus. MABEL VV1zs1'12NF1sLn12R JENKINS
Gregg School of Chicago
"Her's all earth could promise or bestow,
Youth, beauty, love, the beckoning years."
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MRS. EMELIA KENNEDY
Ferris Institute, Life Certificate
'D' "Her very frowns are fairer far, A -'D'
Than smiles of other maidens are." "
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MRS. KATE VV. NVAINVVRIGHT
"ll ilh sweet and gentle voice she reads the verdict." -C' i
H. H. NIGRO
String and Wind Instruments 1
Chicago Musical College
First M.usician in Sousa's Great Lakes Band 5 A
Organizer of Mooseheart Student Band A
"A life that leads melodiozis days,-
The mind, tlze music breatlzing in his face."
HILLEN MCPHERSON M Q iss.
Typewi iting .,,Y
"Blest to her is any spot
ll',llCI'L' temptation wlzispers Hot."
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Michigan State Normal College
"How many liaes made beautiful and sweet
By self devotzou and by .s'elf-restraint."
FRANK E. SHAW, LL. D., CAPT. U. S. A.
Military Science and Tactics
University of Michigan
Moliegan Lake Military School
- "A knight of A1'tluuf's court."
I. B. MCPHERSON
University of Wisconsin
"Almost to all things could he turu his haunt."
HAZEL EILERS BENTLEY
University School of Music
i Piano 'Theory under S. M. FABIAN
' Pupil of Arne Oldberg
"And all about the social auf,
Is sweeter for her couungf'
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.Mncli I know, bnt to know all is my ambition.
ARNOLD VVASHBUSH . Fon du LHC, Wis-
Onr former treasurer. '
WILLIAM F. VVARNCKE . . Detroit
A man of many words.
RACHEL ZENO ..... Big Rapids
A native of this fair metropolis. .
ERNEST VVIESNER . . . . Portland, Tex.
He lives up to his name.
THORVALD THOMPSON . . . . Ludington
Highest exponent of the ox-trot.
FRANKLIN XMILEY ...... Pigeon
Final credits in "morning e.rereises and oral pen-
LAvL1zN12 A. STOUT ..... Big Rapids
He thought as a sage, but felt as a man.
CARL Slzixswoma .... Muskegon
I am nothing, if not critical.
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GEORGE L. VVALTHER, Class Editor . . Flint
Editor, 'nuff sed.
RUTH TRAVIS, Secretary . . . Howell
To know her is to love her.
RU'IH RENAUF ..... . Mears
Speech is silver, silence is golden.
E. H. PETERS ....... Caledonia
Splendid of stature he was, strongly bnilt and athletic.
EDWARD A. RICKETTS . . . . Detroit
Wise worldly, not worldly wise.
IVIATT E. NUTTILA . ' . . . Negaunee
He shakes a wicked bow.
L. V. STACEY , ....... Riverdale
A smile for a friend, and' a sneer for the world.
NELS NELSON ...... Peguamiug
The briny deep is his frzztnre home. '
PAUL 1. SAMUELSON ..... East Tawas
He always works hard when he goes to a dance.
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JOHN P1111.1.111s .... . Kingston, Pa.
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ELILABILLH SUNDAY ...... Mecosta
lflfith stores of knowledge gained by honrs of toil.
JAMES SANDRY . . Bay City
One who 'left ns early.
VVM. MORFORD ..... Flint
He is going to be a "Billy Sunday."
MORRIS O. READ . . . Grand Rapids
"I am a worthy ina-n, said' he."
GEORGE MCALEER . . . Volga City, Iowa
He may yet become a Gob.
JAMES RAUCH ...... Canton, Ohio
There is mischief in this man, bnt who wonld efoer
:Qu think il.
I. C. NICCALL ...... Breckenridge
He talked and he talked, and he talked, -bnt said
E. I. PETTERSON . . . Nc-:gaunce
A man of few words.
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VVILHEMINE SCHRAGE, Class Editor .
Her cheery smiles do us all good..
VVM. I. VVILKINS, Vice-President .
Capt. Sha'w's right-hand man.
ROBERT N EVVMAN .... .
L. N. LAMB .....
C0111-'ll1CZ7'Id67', rear rank, R. O. T. C.
E'zJerythi11g C01Il6.S' to him who waits.
ELON D. LAKIN . . Portland
A Physics shark he was.
L. E. PAXTON .... . Roanoke, Va.
A lad from the Sunny South.
NIARY LEHMAN ...... St. Joseph
She just puts her hands on a piano and it plays.
1. R. JOHN ....... Newaygo
Ha is a hustler, but this should not be told above a
F IDIRK LOUBSER .... Cape Colony, S. Africa
3 One from a far away land.
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HARRX' HILL ..... Lansing
The busy world and I will never agree.
BETTY SCHROEDER . . . Detroit
To be merry best becomes her.
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GLEN H. PARKER . . Lansing
To him leisure is pain.
1:1 'lg CLAYTON HISCOCK .... . Flint lb'
"I am going to dig in z'omorroze'."
'Q' ZORA HILDERLY .... Hersey
.Q I say just what I mean, 110 more 710 less. 'Q'
KUNO HAMRIERBIZIQG . Carney '
T A Latin fend.
BRUCE ROBERTSON .... Pontiac
g It is betfer to be happy than wise.
RALPH C. HODKDKINSON . . . Flint
"lflf'l1at if I did kiss her, I paid my tiiitioiz, didift I?"
'F ANDREW GALSTERER .... Frankenmuth
He is doing the work of a true mari.
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THOMAS HLRMANSLN CDUTCHD Mass City
IXOBLR1' JFTFERY Deckerville
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ARNT NELSON . . . . Peguaming
A chap whom we all like.
IQEITH HOUSTON . . Jackson
A future General.
CHRISTINA H. BOYSEN . Belding
A friend to all was she.
I , WRT. HEARN . . . . Montreal, P. O.
A future Booker T.
E. MARGIRADA .... San Juan, Porto Rico
fust here for knowledge.
DONALD C. GILCHRIST . . . Pontiac
To act discreet-yet gallant. I
ARTHUR W. SHANNON . , . . . Grand Rapids
A 'wise mah with a far away look.
JASPER GODWIN . . . . . . Smithiield, Va.
Oue who made good ou the football team.
WM. BOERNER, ....... Mayszillc
His long face is due to the fact that he ls short.
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NELLIE BARR ..... ' . . . Flint
.Even tho' va11lquisl1ed, she could argue still. l
VVM. BROOMFIELD ...... Big Rapids
.Much did he foil in thought cmd much in deed.
JACK DAX'IS . . . . Pontiac
A master of the violin. l
THONIAS GUEST .... Brimley -,I
No one leulew him by his words. 'Q
GRACE APSEY ....... Lincoln
llfearizlg the wh-ife flower of a blameless life.
A. J. DOWER ....... Detroit A
Mforks for what he gets, but gets what he works for. iq
BURR DU B015 ....... Mason
Mail delights me not--nor zcroman neither.
MARY DUI-'FIQRIN ...... Steplicnson
A douglzfev' of the gods-dizfiffzely tall.
FoRR12S'1' C0L1ac:Rov1z ...... Detroit -C-
Behold the moan who loved and lost.
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HARRY MOR'fENSEN ...... Rodney
He keeps the Profs. busy arzsweriiig questions. Y
KENNE'l'H V. DAWSON ..... Manistee
Wrise from the top of his head up, rio one with him
LEE NEVVSON . . . . Charlevoix
A4 quiet studiouvs chap.
MARY SHARPE ..... Buffalo, N. Y.
She had a kindly spirit and a friendly air.
KENNETH MORFORD ...... Cadillac
He stoops to iiothiiig but the door.
EDWIN H. BEHREND .... Plymouth, Wis.
.My mind to me a leiligdom is.
HERMAN MATERO . . .
He possesses many talents.
EVA KIRKY .....
Ne'er an idle word doth she speak.
WILSON MAR'FIN .
A wise leader.
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AILEEN CAMPBELL ..... Fairgrove
She says not inneh but thinks the more.
MYRON A. HOSTETLER ..... St. johns
An excellent student and a determined worker.
BERNARD BOUGHTON ..... Flint
Not dead, but in a deep state of eonza.
L. M. 'MILES ..... Bridgeport, Conn.
I t is no disgrace to run when you are seared.
RUTH E. GRUNDER ...... Bay City
She seeks diligently after knowledge.
WM. C. MOORE ...... Big Rapids
Better to laugh than to be sighing.
O. R. BURLESON . . , Detroit
He is always busy.
JOSEPH BENKERT ...... Reed City
Strongest minds are those of 'ZUfl01ll- the noisy 'world
EDWARD P. BOULDIN ..... Ieffress, Va.
He has a naughty little twinkle in his eye.
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IVAN DENNIS . . . , ,
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Beware of the fury of a patient man.
lflfoiild that we had more, like her.
ELLA DITMER .... , Scottville
A faithful friend and true.
LEON CLARK . . . , OWOSSO
Knowledge is power.
DONALD DEJONGE . . . . G1'3llCl Rapids
Borii for success he seemed.
NIARY CONNOR . . . Hillman
lllodesty is grace.
JOHN M. CHIVAS . . . . Detroit
V A fellow struggler in Physics.
H. D. CLARKE ..... Toronto, Canada
Blessed be the inventor of sleep.
ROBER'I' BOUGHEY . . T1'2lVC1'5C City
Tired but never lazy.
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R M. I. BAMBER ...' .... C adillac
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HAROLD LAMARRE ...... Detroit
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GUNNARD ELIASON ...... VVakeHe1d Sr
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CHARLES FISHER ..... Portsmouth, Va L
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E. L. CROSS . Boyne City
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-5- THOMAS L. EDWARDS . Central Lake G B,
A toiler in French.
I BIACEO CLARKE .' .... Toronto, Canada
Killed three lumdred men witlra fairboize.
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Senior Class History
When September's.cool1ng breeze was ushering in the autumn of 1920, there
assembled at the Ferris Institute a band of would-be students who enrolled as
college preparatoryiseniors. After the first weeks had passed, each day bringing
Wlthft new 3CC1UH1U'fHUCffS, H meeting was called on September twentieth and
"Senior Class" organized. Of course, we at once sought to find brave members
who would be suitable as leaders for what destined to become the strongest class
at. the F. The following officers were elected: President, Donald C. Gilchrist,
Vice-President, John O. Degenhartg Secretary, Ruth Travis, Treasurer, Arnold
Washbush. A few days later at a second meeting Gilbert johnson was elected
Class Editor and a Social Committee was organized. Equipped with such an
excellent executive force our organization expanded until now it embraces more
than one hundred Seniors, who have developed an enviable class spirit.
Of course, social functions must be duly chaperoned, so we unanimously
elected Miss McNerney and Mr. Masselink as patrons. The invitation to act as
such was tendered to them and they kindly accepted. There is no more fitting
time nor place than this to extend our thanks to both Miss McNerney and Mr.
Masselink for the many favors extended us, and for the interest they have taken
in our welfare at all times.
It is impossible to mention all our social affairs, but there have been many
happy events which make our days at the F. T. ones long to be remembered.
These have been in their way noteworthy achievements. Our first great social
function was held Friday, November twenty-sixth. It was an All-School dance
and was the crowning social event of the year of 1920. It was held in the
Music Hall which was elaborately decorated with our class colors, "Blue and
Gold 5" bits of crepe paper interwoven formed an entire canopy overhead making
a distinctly unique effect. Due credit must be given Miss Nellie Barr, Miss Grace
Boice, Mr. Wm. Doran, and Mr. Geo. Walther for these decorations, as we
understand that their entire turkey day was spent in making the hall ready for
The coming of the new year, l92l wrought many changes in our class. First,
came the retiring of our original executive staff and the election of new officers.
In accordance with the constitution, on january Thirteenth a meeting was called
for the election of new officers, and VVm. Carpenter was elected President 5 Wil-
liam Wilkins, Vice President, Ruth Travis, Secretary Cre-electedb 3 Gilbert john-
son, Treasurerg and George Walther, Editor. At the following meeting the
editor selected William Doran and Wilhelmine Schrage as associate editors.
The first social function of the new year was to have been a sleigh ride party
at Clear Lake but Dame Nature put one over on us and refused to give us snow.
But not even Nature can fool the Seniors. We decided to say "Au Revoir" to a
sleigh ride and have a dance instead. On February fourth we held the Senior
Dance, giving our new members a chance to become more intimately acquainted
with the class as a whole.
Social affairs have not taken up all of our time, however. Always eager
searchers after knowledge, we have broadened our minds in many ways during
the past year. We have burned the midnight oil in order to fathom the mysteries
of science. We have racked our brains over the intricacies of Caesar. We have
solved the riddles of geometry and have pored over the writing of authors of
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long ago. XX'e have. inf-rcover. taken advantage nt' the inf-finligltt nights to study
human nature :intl have proved ourselves apt scholars. Our motto 'Through
Trials to Tflllllllrllii has ever lieen our watch worrl. 41
The friendships formecl with hoth teachers and classmates during our stay
hero will long survive in memory when things of greater weight are forgotten,
because they serve as rentinflers of the wnrfls of cheer. contidenee anrl inspiration
which helpetl ffl inany of ns in our work.
lt is now lint a few weeks until the class of 1921 will pass as gratluates out
of the intluenee of the If. l. Most ot' ns will QHU11 to higher institutions of learn- -Q-
ing that we may tit ourselves more fully for our life work. lleluctznn are we to
part from our Clilsslltiltes. lint the ever lieelwning. active world is calling to us
anfl we lllllsl eenter all our et'1't-rts in attaining the inastersltip of the professions
we have ehosen. lly sineere anfl earnest work we shall sneeeetl anal our aeeont-
plislnnents shall exer he a ereflit to the l". l.
.Yrrex-laf -"XX'ltat flitl yon say lit-t1gl11o11?"
llftfnlliffwi "f lh l was .lllel saying that l feel st, eleepy right :1 ftet' tlinner that
l t'an't flu anvthing. XXI- might as well lalce a one tfeloeli class as not, lllltlllil
vie?" "ll1-ofvilf--I 111,111.0
flffij,-Lu' :pulling his silt'-I-llt lipt "Yt's. l :nn trying to raise a ntonstache
anfl l wt-nfler what eol--1' it will he when it ennies t-nl?"
l:tii.'ss"fi1':ty. l sh'-nltl lhinlt. :we-tiwliiig to the way it is Ql'UXX'lllQ..
.AX Delicate .-Xninml
Une nt' those wel slippery' inornings :hiring exam weelq lret'o1'e l'ln'isttnas.
l'1't-1. tlarlt passefl the ltlne lt-it-lqs aronnfl for l,llf'Nl1'Ql'ill'lll' Nlllflk'lllF. l.:tler
when aslwfl to explain why he "tell tl'-wit." tlarlt Sawyer saitl, "XYell. will see.
it was so slippery that l e-vnlflnt ltrnig nw pony ont.
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Xnfl then they -'alletl the :nnl-t1l:t11-'e
Xnfl pnt his l'Z'ItQlll!'llls in it.
4- 'I hex' t---l. hint to the hospital
Xn-l sewe-l hint up with rare: -D. 1 +
lint nlten tt- lflint went next flat'
lielw-l-ll --nr -lewel VCIIN there.
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What Drives Our Teachers Dizzy
Someone saying that-
The anonyni of TACT is SPIKE.
The anonym of TEPID is OLD.
There are thirty-eight quarts in a bushel.
The Ford Motor Car Co. is in Remus.
The Eifel Tower is in Chicago.
Lord North gave Burke's speech on Conciliation.
The population of Big Rapids is 7 5,000.
Abraham Lincoln wrote the Declaration of Independence.
Hogs were invented in Asia Minor.
The climate in Scotland does not begin until October.
The 3rd Punic would have been out much sooner had it commenced earlier.
Julius Caesar disguised as a slave swam naked across the Tiber.
Thus arose a general war on page 94.
Covered with countless wounds, Caesar fell dead near the statue of Pompey.
With one hand he drew his toga over his face, while with the other, he called for
Hints to the Ladies
Don't let your friend lean against the door bell when saying "goodnight," It's
a dead giveaway as to how long the operation takes.
- Fast Track
Miss Schroeder-"You should change your style of dancing an little."
Seasword-"In what way P" H
Miss Schroedef'-"You might occasionally step on my left foot.
Can You Imagine
f'Monk" without Ike.
Parker without his lessons.
Clara without Becky.
Rauch at a dance.
Capt. Shaw with the VVhooping Cough.
Party without "chaps.,'
r The Cafeteria without hash.
Doris' Johnson without a date.
Lenora Trier without Ryanie.
Opdyke with a sensible idea. n
I-Iodgkinson without a dozen girls.
Boughton on time. .
Miss Schrage without a smile.
Clark without a story. i I
The F. I. News with something in it.,
The one writing this knowing anything.
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The sulijeet that is now heing trezitetl is "'l'he Science in Knotholesf' Ilarker.
when asked for his knowlerlge of the suhject nmrle the following statements:
"There :tre :is mzmy yztrieties tif linotlioles :is there are ot' mushrooms: for Ill' -1-
stance, some knotholes that you think ztre knotholes are not knotholes. Illltl Oll1Cf
kuotholes you think are not holes :ire knotholes. 'l'hen ztgztin. some kuotholes are
'int whole knotholes while other whole knotholes :ire not wholly knotholes but
just whole holes: then the whole trouhle is not in the knotholes hut in"-.Xt this
juneture, not liking the look in Nlr. t':irlisle's eye. l':trker mztkes himself eonspieu-
ous by his :ilist-nee. ":'
'lo szty thztt I s:tw hint tirst woultl he untrue, l hexirtl him tirst, :mtl the seeing
wzis merely ineiflentztl. I Wilw on my w:ty In Stillwell's In huy the evening paper. ":"'
ln my pocket were the neeess:try pennies :mtl :tlso :t tlollztr, as I went up the
street. my :attention was :trresterl hy the sounrl of :t how swept powerfully across
:t tiflrlle. l turnefl to see from whenee it came. surely none of the shops ztlong
the wsiy hsul sueh :i musieizm so l stztrtefl on with the melotly mztjestie in its hztr-
mony still ringing in my e:trs when sutlrlenly :i literrtl soh ot' rt violin eztusecl me to I
glzinee towzirfl the street :mtl there, :ilmost in the gutter, he Sill. lle was rlressecl "-
in the usual mnnner ttf lieggnrs, :irountl his neek httng the sign proelztiming his
trsule. :mtl one woulcl h:ix e pzissetl on hml it not heen for the instrument in his
el:iw-like lingers. lt w:is :t titltlle of :i muster :incl it wzts heing usetl hy it muster.
sf- l sltititl there looking into his unseeing eyes :mtl trierl to picture his story.
'lillnse hnnfls hrul prolmhly helfl thousztnfls spellliountl. tlnee :t sueeess he must I,-.I
hm e lveen, :mtl then e:une the olfl tale, :t wt-mzm. flisnpptiintment, tlissipzttion. :mtl '
tinnlly this. Nly hzmfl stole into my pocket :mtl plziyefl with the eoins. 'lihen l
imnginefl the pleztsure :intl eoiiitl-i't that the poor mxtn might get front thztt tlollztr
whieh me:mt lint little to me, ,X w:u'm flinner with perhaps :t cheerful yoiee en-
fleztyoring to liglu his eternnl tlnrltness. :ilre:ttly l felt the tingle of joy that et-mes l
with gi gum! th-eil, si- with :i sigh l st:irtt-tl on, tlropping into his hzitteretl tin eup
the three rents.
Sparks from Chemistry Class
.llri li. .ll. film-1: atv-nrinlff into i'1tl.Y.il' s"ls Xlr. Stroh in Clitssf
.llvi l'iirr' "NH, neither Str'-lt nor St-hlitzf' ":"'
Xlr. l'atrr wqis itslylllg the t'lJtss whrtt wats on lilll' llllll"l'l'UXY night :it seliool
'P' tl-', tf X.:
'lihe elziss s.tifl that the ttrientzil tvuhizirtette woulil lie there. ...'..
Si-ineone mentionetl t Yrientgil flgineers. I
.lfr l'tH'l' tfff1,v!r'tl!i'J1 "Kilim is selling ilu' tieltelsii
.llixx 'l'm:':,- iii: t1'.iem:. ti "Xlr, ll'-ilgltinsf-n. who wrote 'lieunyst-n's ltlylls
.f the King?" ' ' 'C'
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Unexcused absence makes the marks grow rounder.
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Allen Sharpe sundaed at I-Iaddens.
Clark was doing the driving
Aileen didn't care a dern
Her eyes looked into his'n,
I-Iis looked into her'n.
Did You Ever Hear These?
Rigley-"Ain't that the berries."
Miss MCNQVWKQI-giSUfflClC11t unto the days are the evils thereof."
Prof. E. M. Claris-"Take this as a concrete example. Portland cement."
Bobby-"You're no hold up man."
Nellie-"Ol I just think you are horrid."
Senior Intelligence Test 1921
BY PROFESSOR I. M. NUTTY.
With your pencil make a dot over one of these letters A. S. B. 4 and put a
comma after the longest of these words, bat, cat, let. If Christmas comes on
February 31, make a cross here-but if not pass along to the next question and
tell whether the F. I. is in Big Rapids or Paris-. If Columbus invented the
electric light, write "no" here, but if he didn't, skip the last two questions and
put a semicolon between these words. Tell how much one times five is, then
if you break the rules say nothing. ,Do nothing here unless you intend to skip
the next question, then write the maiden name of your grandfather-. Cross out
the "q" in fish. Then if you walk in your sleep, make a circle here -. If so,
how much and when-F Write "23" here whether five times eight equals eleven,
or not. Now, write the third letter of your first name, the second letter of your
middle name, and the first letter of your given name. Now if you have solved
this correctly, it should spell NUT. If such is your answer, the smoke rings and
the cast iron jelly beans are yours.
Perspiration rolled down his brow as he desperately chewed his pencil and
stared vacantly down at the blank sheet of paper before him. It was the final
exam. of the Senior year at the F. I. To fail in it meant that he could not grad-
uate, he would be disgraced. Shudders passed through him as he realized he was
a failure. il
The paper of the man on his left lay invitingly before his eyes. But he did
not glance at it. One could see that he was struggling against temptation.
No, he would not copy from the man on his left. The man on his right knew
Bill Osvlier-"Well, I have a new position now with the railroad company.
Duncan-"That's fine, what do you do ?"
Bill-"You know the man that goes along aside of the train and taps the
wheels, then listens to see if everything is all right? VVell, I help him listen."
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1. The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that spanks the kid.
2. United we stand divided We separate.
3. The paths of Peary lead but to the pole.
4. ln onion there is strength.
5. Where there's a will there's a funeral.
A Senior's Philosophy
Don't study when you're lonesome,
Gr have anything to do 5
Don't study when you're happy,
For that will make you blue.
Don't study in the day time,
And don't study at night,
But study at all other times,
With all your main and might.
W. I. W.-"What did your father say, when you told him my love was like a
mad gushing river P"
R. T.--"Papa said, 'Dam it.' "
And now the CRIMSON AND GOLD is finished
Our day is over and done.
We have worked our hardest to please you,
Wfe hope that your praise we've Won.
For the final word has been printed,
VVe've done the best we could g
Tell us, O Seniors, most truthfully
Have you found the result any good?
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RUSSEL P. ANSLEY , . Athens
Sucfess is his.
HAROLD HONEYXVELL ....... Elmira
Commonly called "l1011ey" fby wlz0m?j
GEORGE LOUIS DERKS . Coopersvillc
If he should smile!
AUGUSTA LITZNER . . Moran
Never says Illf'lI,Ch-Z7!ll?g!
VVALLIE BECKER ..... Volga City, Iowa
He is worilzy of imifation.
YIARTIN BOUWAIA . . . McBaiu
Study, fo me, is play. A
VVILFRID A. GELDART . . . St1'atfo1'd, Canada.
He seems to be sorry about something. A
MARGARET GARDNER .... . Big Rapids
She is the maid we like to find.
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GLENN THOMAS . . .
I 'wish I had the nerve.
FLOYD C. HALE .
A man indeed.
LINDFORD BOND . .
The man of the hour.
WILLIAM ALBERT SMALE . . .
Very quiet when no one is near.
REBECCA HEBNER . .
Quiet and industrious.
JOHN A. FREDERICKSON ' . .
How are matches made?
ARTHUR GRIFFENS . .
How I love Algebra!
VICTOR KEADY . . . . .
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BEULA MONTAGUE . . . Paris
Still 'water runs deep.
EDGAR DEAN LEAVITT .... Island Falls, Maine
Banish all conipliinents but single truth.
EDWIN STAHL, Vice-President .
"Just my luck!"
. Ann Arbor
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HARRY HULL ..... Lansing f
I'll get her yet, so help ine.
CLARK M. SAWYER ..... . Big Rapids V
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OLIVER RIAN . . . . Felch
Looks a little sleepy.
J. P. RIGLEY ..... . Owosso '
He possesses many talents. j
KENNETH ROBINSON . . . Savgus, Mass. f
Give thy thoughts no tongue.
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DANIEL FUCHS ....... Dublin
The more we do the more we can do.
ELLA BENSON ...... . Dafxer
A merry heart that laughs at care.
GERALD, W. PAULIN ..... Pittsburgh, Pa.
These be jest rny sentlrlzezzts too.
f EZRA STILES . . . Shelby
A real worker.
VERN LARSEN ..... . Mancelona
Calm, steady, and modest.
RUSSEL A. DIXON ..... Kansas City, Mo.
He has chosen the noble way.
FRANK SHETTERLY . . . Freeland
Knowledge is power.
ANDREW G. HILL ..... . Brimley
If he were only a little older.
EDWARD POPP ........ Suttons Bay
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College Preparatory and Normal juniors' Class History
M030 - "Honor Lies in Honest Toi1"
COIOTS - . . Blue and Yellow
Flower .. . . I ...... Yellow Rose
September 23, 1920, about thirty-five Junior College Preparatory and Normal
Students met in room 4 to elect officers for the winter term The followin were
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President . Dale Thomas
Vice-President . , Henry Hull
Secretary . R056 TOWQ
Treasurer . . , Jessie Bong
Editor ......... Rudolf Hoeft
The first social meeting of the year was held on, the twenty-seventh of Sep-
tember for the purpose of having a good time, getting acquainted and ready for
the reception that was to be given later.
October 8 several members of the faculty and many Juniors and Seniors
met in Music Hall at eight o'clock. A very pleasant program followed, consisting
of speeches and musical numbers. Refreshments were served and the remainder
of the evening was spent in dancing and playing games. Two 'contests provided
much merriment, in which pie and doughnuts figured -prominently. The Seniors
proved themselves the bigger eaters of the two. The Juniors expressed them-
selves as determined to show the Seniors as good a time when they should be en-
tertained at the Junior Reception in Music Hall December 3.
At the next meeting a constitution was drawn, and Mr. Clark and Miss
Travis were chosen as patron and patroness. R
january 19 the juniors again met in room 4 to elect officers for the spring
term. The following were elected:
President .... . Russel Wier
Vice--President . Edwin Stahl
Secretary , . R056 Towe
Treasurer , . Jessie BOTIZ
Editor ......... Dale Thomas
Arrangements were immediately made by the new president for a social
function. A sleigh-ride party to Clear Lake was agreed upon but on account of
lack of sufficient snow, this was abandoned.
There is to be a party soon in Music Hall, and plans are being made for a
Marshmallow Roast on the shore of Muskegon river. This sounds very much
like a good time.
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Motto-"Think 'and Act."
. Insignia: CHEMISTRY dessicator in a TRtGoNoMETRv triangle with a LATIN
inscription from a FRENCH writer of ZOOLOGY.
Y The pre-mediciclass is small due to the fact that there are not many in it.
'lhose that are in 1t, however, have life enough for a whole grandstand-full. Mr.
Ferris says that we're an august-appearing aggregation. This is a polite way of
saying that we are a "hot-looking bunch."
All members of the class are products of the "Prep" department. Without
exception each individual did excellent work as a "Prep" The members take an
active interest in all school activities including: Student's Council, Y. M. C. A.,
Masonic Club, R. O. T. C. and Athletics.
We thank Mr. Ferris, Mr. Masselink, and members of the faculty for the
instruction and courtesies they have given us. Our good will is ever with the
"Bismuth, Fairbanks is an ex-marine, recently enlisted in U. S. army for
R. O. T. C. duty at the Institute. He is from Luther, QMich.j and is an Organic
shark. His dadsa doctor. V
K'Oxalic" Barret is an ex-State trooper, hails from Flushing, an ardent admirer
of Latin, and goes to church when his parents visit Big Rapids.
"Arsenic" Solowitz is from Kinde, Detroit and elsewhere. He made a spec-
ialty of Qual. and finished in February.
"Barium', Garner hails from Six Lakes, served in Medical Department of the
Army, and delights in hard work. Latin delights him. P. S. So does Trigo-
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"Oxidation" Foster is from Lansing, is Mr. Ferris book-agent, past-pres1-
dent of Masonic Club and spoiler of fist-fights.
"Calcium" Christensen hails from Onekama. Out-of-school-time has been
spent on the home farm. He is especially strong in "Quant" and is an Odd Fel-
low. Chris for short.
Our undertaker bought a shining new hearse last spring and it was easy-
riding. They say lots of people just died to ride in it.
Grandma's teeth are like the stars.
They come out at night. '
That was a put-up job.
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ARCHIE CAPLON . . . . Walkerville
A I originated the Fox Trot.
A Handsome Leo-Fair to behold.
LEO FORSTER . . . . . . . Saginaw
'C' IRMA VVHITMAN ....... Eaton Rapids
j I am studying tonight, Thank you.
T VVM. W. GORIN, Secretary-Treasurer . VVO'bLl1'I1, Mass.
l "Bligl1ty" Gorin, M. P. Our wan heee-ro-.
HARRY M. KINNEY . . . . Lansing
And a married 'man am I. A
J BOYDEN E. DAVIS .... . Alpena
J I The Alpena "Beau Brurn-mell."
V l JOHN L. DALBEC ....... Hurley, Wis.
The stock room and "Robart" for mine.
N HARVEY JOHNSON '. . Emmett
I never could mix-.
2. JOHN J. VOSS ..... . Spring Lake
. Stick by your brother, fohrt.
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DONALD A. DARLING . . . . Fremont
O Girls!! I'm a Plzarmic.
ROLAND THIELMAN ..... Detroit
I am it-DVell we know you are.
IZLMER H. MERRILL President . . . Almont
Business calls me to "New-waa-goo."
JOHN H. FINKLE ....... Cass City
Says he knows Phamzzacy-IVIaybe he's right.
R. P. TRESSEL ..... Terre Haute, Ind.
- Marriied? Yes. Take courage Bob, time will tell.
JOHN CARRUBBA . . . . Chicago, Ill.
A pltarmaeisl I shall be.
Louis SERLING ..... . Detroit
The wizard from "Cass Tech,"
A. F. GUNSAULUS . . . Petersburg
A real "Grass W'idou'e1'."
JOHN H. KELLER ..... Sioux City, Iowa
I could not other than jolly be.
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BURGESS GRANT ........ S-pi-ingport
Mg' p1fcfsc1'ifJfi01zr are not flzose of "Q11acles."
HELEN E. CLARK . . . . Big'Rapids A
Leave ll to the "Reds,"
LEONARD BEREAN ...... . Morley l
'Tis stuffy hard or fail. I study.
GLENN F. SUPERNAUT ...... East Jordan l
I slzall 11za11ufaclu1'e C. P. Cliemicals, only.
just our nanieg-our faceg
VVill fill our bill exactly.
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On a page will do
Of Pharmies wit and humor.
So look us overg
See what we did,
In the school year herein stated.
Then accept our best
Along with the rest,
In old F. I's best annual.
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Ipecac-Qpium, Syrup of Squills,
We're the boys that roll the pills.
Ricke-ty, Rackety, sis, boom, bang.
Hurrah,l Hurrah for the Pharmic gang.
X1Vellma11, Siekman, Deadmau, Stiif
Dig 'em up-Cut 'em up, VVhat's the diff
Atropine-sulphate, Sulphurous Gas.
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Rompf w:isn't zilluwccl to chew his gum?
f,illll52llllllF wfiulcl clusc his bunk in class?
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llcfzilic likcrl thc lzirlics?
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'lliiclmzui wzisift zilxvziys slct-ivy?
'lhc l'li:n'iii:icy clziss wzisift thc ht-st in scliuul?
XYQ :ill pzisst-rl thc Strait- lil-:i1'cl?
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ALLEN PHILLIPS . . . Vulcan OPAL KIIQXVAN ..... Mecosta
May every soul that touches nzine
Get therefrom some good.
Rt:HER'l' PHILLII-s .... Cadillac
fi time like this demands strong minds,
great hearts, and ready hands.
HERNIAN SCH-MIDT . . . Bretliern
He aspires to be all that a inan
RUBY SWILER .... Big Rapids
There was a 7.L'0H1Gl'l',.S' fearless eye
Lit by her deep love trust.
VVILLIAM VAN LOO .... Zeeland
All obedience worth the nanie niust
be pronipt and ready.
EMORY VVILLES ..... Detroit
If I cannot be al lighthouse I can be
' a candle..
VV. E. VVRIGHT . . . . . Carson City
Perseverance fails nineteen tinies,
but succeeds the twentieth.
VV. H .CRANE ..... Detroit
lflfith a bundle over his shoulder, and
a sniile of freedom on his face,
he sets out to seek his fortune.
. . . Central Lake
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not
GEO. EICSTRAND . . . . Ironwood
There is a fine noble nian.
True obedience does not argue dispute.
MAURICE NEWLAND . . . Charlevoix
' The duty of labor is writing on a man's
ANICE OKREE '. ' . . . Bay City
Beauty is God's handwriting.
C. E. OLSON . ' .... Jennings
All doors open to courtesy.
ELMER PETERSON . . . . Gilbert
Method will teach you to save tirne..
NORMAN BACON ..... Bates
A genius on the typewriter.
EDGAR BRUNN .... Hubbardston
It has been said that every nian is
fitted for sorne one thing. Wvell,
faze struck that one thing when
he hit dancing.
CLARENCE CUMM1NGS . . . . Alma
The whole Inan to one thing at a tirne.
LYDIA CARLSEN . . . . Carlshend
Fine at her many arts.
FERN CASNVELL . .... Buelah
As pure in thought as angels are.
HAROLD CONOVER ..... Bay City
His keen sense of huinor and per-
petual .Optimism have wont hirn
BASIL CUMMINS .... East Jordan
It is the nzan of single purpose who
WI. VXI. EVERY .... Manchester u - U 4,
Victory belongs to the persevering. acfompllshgs big things'
PETER DEYOUNG . . . Grand Rapids
OLPHONSE GLEASON .... Emmet . . . .
, The only living nian who is nnniune
Ecouonzy is a gl eat ieoenue. from the ammcfion of women.
CLARA HAHNENBERG . . . Provemont GLEN FISH ..... Elelio, Wis.
Nothin but our best is good enough. Worth, not nzonei makes the inan.
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Im Fl,00I?QlflST . . . Cadillac
Ida, I am afraid yon arc hm znnfli
of a frxjlcr with tln' msn.
The more is
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1- du, the mon' tru Can do.
. . . . Bad Axe
EDITH Foksxmx .... Ncgaunce Thy 'ZUOHICH d0n'f :um-ry lzini. Hr ..-
lfirtuc is like a riflz storm, bvst plain svf. has oflzvr trnulvlixv. '
liuu'.uui Fox ..... . Utica G1-:onine l'lII.L . . . Big Rapids
Infinite is flu' value of zc'l.vdmn. l'alivm'v and rvxignafxmi arc flu' ful-
larx of human funn' on L'Ul'lIl.
Si'1,w:sTr:R GRAN-5 .... Kinda ,
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UD. Om' thing is fm?-:'c1' good,
Tlmt om' thing ix xiifwss.
Al,rn-:RT fiikl-ZEN ...... Jackson
I study if I fvvl like if. and u'0n'f O. nl. H.-XBIBIOND . . . . Cliarlcvoix
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Jaxx.-x ki-LIQN .... -tos 'c ' .
, J , L, 5 .Slzv has a good Izmir! und av good Iicad.
.Slzv fv0.v.n'.v.rv.v a lzrxglll and .vnnny dix-
CI.ll-'FORD lxlilicn ...... Coral
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ARTHVR KJUTTSCHALK G i I pontiac ll Inn tlnn A u uill Hun 5 a ling. -:-I
I'n'.r.v nn, !In'rv's no .vnfli u'0rd as fail. '
fiRUVI'1R lx!-LRRIGAN . . . . Houghton
Tilr1olxmHGi'CK . . . . Lake Linden C'l"""" If "'g"f-l"L"Ul" N" """'f hard
- "rn" in -"'r1n".
A grmf man for flu' lndnxf. Axle Ann. uf l PNN" K H
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ANNA Hicxxi-Li' . . . . Bad .-Xxc ' , XM S , , R ' '
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.vnnir:.'1n'ri' in flux world.
Lan H.uinoxu ..... S arm -
I, H I, I I Ii I f ' Ouu lxINllT .... South Runga-
'n ' 1 .v "'i. v'n' "n n nun. .
H ' ' put ' ' H ' 1 ,Shu Imx 41 gmnl liruri and tl good Iivad. ,:,,,,
.-Xu-ix l-IPLATH .... Girard, Cn. , h
, , lxlwxioxn l,i-1s'i'iiR .... Bcsscmcr
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lik.-fi hm. .4 Illllllflllljlfl' .ni f'luin Hull..
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JOHN LESTER ..... Bessemer GUY PETERSON ..... Grayling
He'doth show ina-ny sparks that are Happy ant I, from care I'1n free.
Uldffd WH' WIT- Wl1.y aren't they all just like ine?
I-ORNE MCDOUGALL - - - Germfask ALMA PRIESKORN .... Caseville
Quiet, nnassuining and very attractive. Ge-nfle but Styong withal.
D. J. MCCORMICK .... Caseville NELLIE -PAUL ,.,. Stockbridge
HI? f0H9ht like Cl bffflfffimafff 10119 01107 Even innocence itself hath many a
RAY MCROY . . . Marlette EDVVIN PETERSON .... Gilbert
Bashful 87Tl:C1:67Zf. . The world is bright while ye rernain.
CARL NIONTEY ...... Faii-grove ELDIN PHILLIPS ---. Petoskey
May he live long and prosper. Thy inofdesty is but a candle to thy
'MILLIGAN .... Foster Cit
llfith wisdom far beyond his years.
Y CLIFFORD POWERS . . Harbor Springs
A real worker.
JAMES Mow ....... Manton .
. . . GELSTON POOLE ...... Pontiac
The manly part is to do wzth nizght , , ,
and main the part that you can do. A hard worker WHO will some day
reap a reward.
RALPH MOW . - . . . Manton . '
A student from start to finish. PEDRO RODFIGUEZ ' ' ' Blg Rapids
He hails from sunny Cuba.
EDWARD MODERNIAN . . . . Detroit
A living example of what a man can be. MARJORU? ROGERS ""' ,Lake
Marjorie is there when any fun is
t b I d.
HARRY MAJOR .... A Houghton 0 6 ia
The quiet worker who does things.
WLLIAM RADIO ..... Ironwood
D M B d A A man of few words but those words
AVID ORSE . . . . . a xe
Plfould some one teach ine how to
keep a girl, SOLOMON ROTTMAN . . . Tecumseh
Give thy thoughts no tongue.
LAVVRENCE MALCIIO .... Jackson U ,
'Tis good will nzakes intelligence. EDNA ROD? ' ' ' Rhmelander' Wls'
Edna is able to assume two charac-
. ters, that of a real student and a
NIILDRED 'MARKS ..... P3.l'lS ggod ggynpgnign.
On her lips there played a smile.
LILLIAN ROMANS . I . . Big' Rapids
HERMAN MENIGOZ ---- Tapoz She is a friend in need and a friend
'Tis feared he will die of over work. indeed.
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-4 y4.,,,1,.,,,n,, in L-I-L-fy Q.,-ay and zur!! Tlzvrv :cas a man who had two sons
IRXYIX XYRISLEY .... North Port
, IMLH SMITH ..... Millbrook And tlzvsv tivo S0715 were broflivrs.
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"' "HT OHM' Way' BRVC1-1 XX',xTsoN .... Scbcwaiug 1
I , Om' way I0 ucquirv frivnds, is to UI-
IAlARKY SMITH ..., Maiustiquc ,md to J.m,,. ,m.,, UIm,,-5'
Lv! Fflffl mlm do his 11651.
-. ALICE XY1as'rF,xLL . .... Big Rapids
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Quirf, .vlm'd, of rliidimfx mind, zviilz Flu-111 XX'om4x1.xN . . . Spring Luke
fl ,Wifi f"" -W'I'l"' 71'f"'l1' 1"fl"'1'd- .4 quit! mun is lfrcd but 'zcortlz while
nl ""5- 5""l"""7'i"N "" Snglmm' 'l'ul-Louoiua XY.-xizulcx . . . Big Rapids
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ls ri'1i.rl11'd by ilu' bm! of Juni. ffm, t.yl.x. -:,,
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History and Social Activities of the Commercials
September 6, 1920-School opens, new students madly running through halls
looking for class recitation rooms.
September 13-New students still coming, instructors having hard time get-
September 28-Our hrst meeting. Mr. Pennock talks as student to student.
Tells of work of commercial classes heretofore and what has been customary in
the school. Officers elected. H. E. Cook president, Edwin Stahl vice-president,
Ruth E. Jenkins secretary and treasurer. The sick and Hower committee was
composed of the following: Luther Lamb, chairman, Dwight Cotant, Ina Lind-
berg, Mrs. Elsie Sears and Frank Vorheis. Motion made and carried that
members of the department should pay twenty-five cents every month for class
dues. Someone then suggested that we have a get-acquainted party and J. E.
Quinn, Helen Treleven, R. Stauffer, L. Gutschaur and Mr. I-Ieimbach were
selected to make the necessary preparations.
September 30 to October IO-Class officers busy collecting "two bits." You
see money is necessary for the staging of class parties.
October ll-Members of the class are notified of the party to be given Octo-
ber 16, 1920. Financial report made and accepted. Motion made to present
Mr. DeGrow's baby with a gift of some sort to be paid by class dues. Committee
E. Stahl, I, Murphy, H. Large.
A few days later a meeting of the class was called. Mr. Murphy spoke to
us and closed by presenting Mr. DeGrow with a baby's ring which he was to take
to his daughter as a token of remembrance from the Commercial class.
Most any time during the fall months-Football men limped about the halls
and appeared at classes with scratched facesg black eyes and swollen ankles. Ray
Jewell of the department was elected 'captain of the Institute Eleven.
October 16-"The Get-Acquainted Party." It was good too. In less than an
hour after the orchestra had tuned up one wouldn't have thought that those
students were just getting acquainted. Everyone acted as though they had
known each other for years and that pleasant evening passed only too soon and to
the strains of home sweet home our first commercial party ended.
November 1.-More students coming to the school and more racing through
the halls looking for classes.
From now on.-Maybe that party wasn't so good, at least that is the way the
teachers feel about it. The young men are continually getting acquainted with
the inmates of room 12.
About this time.-A. Iler of the Banking department, takes unto himself a
November 8.-Class meeting was called to discuss invitation of the Shorthand
department to give a joint party. Motion was made that we have the party and
the following were appointed to make arrangements' Mr Minier Mr Bristol
and Miss Ina Lindberg The Shorthanders accept and it 1S decided that the
party be a hard time event
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November 10.-Committee publishes list of finesito be imposed.. Stllidgllw
wondering where they are going to get old clothes. lhe department lb HS 6 to
get out for the parade tomorrow, Armistice Day.
November 11.-We get the afternoon off to see the Football game, TYCUCI1
Raid. etc. Commercials make a wonderful showing in the parade
November 19.-Bums, dudes, banged-up football men, farmers, farmerettes.
old-maids, etc. were all at the commercial party. Did we all have a good time?
Huh, ask me! Stahl and Mr. Merrill have an argument whether or not the t-wo
aristocrats who appeared should be lined or not. Stahl won by a large majority.
we needed the money.
About this time.-XYe are missing several from our midst. lhey went home
for Tlianksgiving and you know that's against the rules.
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Nov. 29.-Sick committee appointed: .Ienme Anderson, Ina Lindberg, Mrs. "."
Elsie Sears, Dwight Cotant, Frank Yoorheis. Ring committee: H. I. Skogquist,
K. Bauer, Ina Lindberg, .Ieanette l.empke.
December 1.-XYe settle down and start "cramming for the exams'
December 6.-After the bookkeeping reports, "The following will please take 5.
seats in room 27." Other "exam marks" "C Ph death where is thy sting." -:-
December IS.-"School will close on liriday December 24. Of course there
will be a few exceptions. those living out of the state can go XYednesday." S'funny
isn't it the number of families that have moved from Michigan during the past
December 23.-lYe go home and eat some of Ma's cooking. ..:,..
.lanuary l.-Tough luck girls, Leap Year is over.
,lanuary l.-'We come back to the "brain factory" for several months. "No
more vacations until you've earned your diploma."
,lilllllflfy 2. 3. 4. 5.. 6. 7.-Students still coming from out of the state, were g
delayed on account ot heavy traffic, bad storms, etc. "-'
February l.-Christinas jewelry turning green,
February IO.-Miss Lindberg is elected as secretary and treasurer to fill the
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vacancy lett by Miss lxuth jenkins xx ho has been transferred to the Shorthand
l'eb. 16.-R. Douglas is presented with a ring to take to his little baby in i'
remembrance of the commercial class.
Feb. 20.-Meeting called to make preparations for the Commercial banquet.
March J.-"fl he k'0I'lllllCl'Ch'1l.l'i?ll?tlllel.." Read story. De Young makes his
debut as a vocalist. And our lnditor-in-C lnet. you sllould hem- hinl vyarblci
March 16.-More exams. more crying. more students going home, 'C'
Latter parrot March..-ssMr. and Mrs. Moderman nee llelen lJeuel,.irean-
nexed to our list of married people,
1 Mir.. Vennock -had just finished rebuking a rural student for using "wh" and
hey .in answering. 'lhe signal bell, which had been out of commission for J, l
somentime rang vtlryu loud Mr. l'cnnock looking up quickly, "The bell is fixed. '
hey? 9tudent-s- 'X ah.
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Gne of the main events on the social calendar of the Commercial department
and of the entire school was the banquet of March 5th at the Masonic Temple.
Elaborate preparations had been -made for this event and the committees in charge
of the different arrangements completed their duties in every detail.
At six-thirty o'clock about two hundred students and guests assembled for the
feast. At the honor table were seated Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Merrill, Mr. and Mrs.
G. Masselink, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clark and the president of the Commercial
department, H. E. Cook. Three other tables were seated to their capacity and
the menu consisting of fruit, wafers, mashed potatoes, chicken fricassee, waldorf
salad, hot rolls, pickles, coffee, ice cream and cake was heartily enjoyed.
Following the banquet, president H. E. Cook gave a welcome address and
introduced Mr. Merrill as toastmaster for the evening. The various numbers on
the program were presented in a pleasing manner.
The F. I. Quartette, rivals of the Imperial of Chicago, appeared as the open-
ing number and rendered two harmonious selections. Walley T. Hein, Peter De
Young, Jessie Carrier and Clarence Schultz comprised the quartette.
In his talk following the musical numbers, Mr. Masselink urged the mem-
bers of the department to take advantage of the great opportunities in the com-
mercial world today. He spoke on the advantages of education, the waste of
money in the United States and other topics of great interest. Miss Alice West-
fall, accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Eiler Bentley at the piano, sang two beautiful
numbers. The sketch delivered by Miss Helen Deuel also met with the approval
of the audience and was very interesting.
The instrumental artists appeared next in the personage of Ray Jewell at
the trombone and H. H. Nigro, cornetist. "Sextette from Lucian was their
selection and the applause of the listeners proved that it was accepted favorably.
E. M. Clark was introduced as the second speaker. His talk ran along lines
similar to that of Mr. Masselink. He presented numerous facts concerning the
condition of our nation and of the world and pleaded with the graduates of this
veneration to use all in their power in putting this nation back to former high
The program vi 'ts closed vxith another selection by the F I Quartette
Dancing was in order after the hall had been cleared and to the peppy tones
of Nigro s orchestra dancers u hirled away the remaining few hours
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JEANNETTE IJEINIPKE, Class Editor .... Petoskey ,Q
Here's to the girl with a heart and a smile
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ERWIN Lxcom ...... . Manistee
He hath no time for the fairer sex.
RAY C. IEVVELL ....... Stambaugh
Football, trombone, banking, too,
Is there anything now that Ray ean't do?
f I. E. QUINN ........ St. Ignace
l All great men are dead and I am not feeling well.
WILLIAM HILL ........ Big Rapids
His heart as for from frand as heaven from earth.
i CLATE FELLOWS ........ Muskegon
'D' A good topper but spends most of his time balancing
ARNOLD EMERY ....... Traverse City
It takes all kinds of people to make a world.
I FORREST HILLYER ........ Bronson
Calm, steady, modest is the gentleman.
I JAMES DUNN ....... St. johns
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VVILLIS KNIESLEY ...... Harbor Springs
A good sensible mind goes a long way towards success.
PAUL FOREMAN ........ Hastings
A congenial, jolly banker. Our future Secretary of
HAROLD CADWALLADER .... . Grand Rapids
A hard worker and possessing miexcelled business
y MERNA SNYDER ........ Athens
She was so charitable and piteous, she would weep
wheu she saw a mouse iii a trap.
-D' CARL REIBOW .... . Stanwood
. A ronzpiizg good fellow.
LOUIS SNYDER . . . . Harvard
'D' Kuowledge is power.
VVALTER EVVALD ..... . . . Ravenna
The Lord keeps those who keep thetzlzselves.
VVILLIAM HAGLIAN . - Howell
CURTIS LEECE .... . Harbor SD1'if1QJS
Emblem of cozzstaucy.
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ri 1 Franz flu' land of nziglzly deeds.
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Listenings from the Banking Department
"You may think this is easy, but it i5n't."
"Now hit the box, the numbers are below."
"Don't stand up in the aisles and talkf'
"Up to the bars!"
"Bankers take notice."
"You don't think so now but you rt-il! think so."
"Trial balance every Friday."
"lf we must live, we must exist."
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'Twas a bright sunny day in September in the year 1920 when the College
Bank of Big Rapids first threw open its doors to the crowd who thronged at its
threshold, eager to have every piece of its wealth deposited safely. Telegrams
from its branches, the Merchants Bank of Detroit and Commercial Bank of Chi-
cago, brought news of similarrsuccess. Such was the confidence of the public
in the new system of banks which was being placed in all parts of the country.
By the first of October the daily deposits alone amounted to more than two
hundred thousand. This confidence may truly be attributed to the sterling
qualities ofithe founder of these banks, Eben Pennock of Hastings, Michigan
and his assistants'E. A. Martz of Reed City and Gerald Grandon of Pontiac.
Our worthy president Mr. Pennock has stayed by us but not so with the rest
of the patriarchs. They felt it was their duty to help others and no salary could
induce them to remain. l
So well does this system of banks train its force that other banks and busi-
ness houses are constantly coaxing one or more of the employees away to instill
the same enthusiasm, honesty, loyalty, and efhciency in their concerns as was so
'in evidence in the College Bank and its branches. However, though strange as it
may seem, this condition in no way handicaps the regular daily routine. There is
always someone to take the place vacated. Parents and guardians look upon this
system of banks as the only place for their sons and daughters to learn the real
purpose of life. Always there is a line waiting for their turn to become a part of
this nation-wide concern.
The general atmosphere is saturated with the ever-present sense of honor.
Everyone entering its doors, feels it. The tiniest spark of conscience will break
into a flame consuming any evil intent so completely that it can never come to
the surface again. Is it any wonder then that bank robbers steer clear of these
establishments? Only once has there been an attempt to rob the cash drawers
and that merely amateur in order to get a picture for the 1921 Year Book. Even
this proved a failure.
Oh, would that all could have the opportunity to feel the influence of this
great organization. The twentieth century would be, without a doubt, the golden
spike in the railroad of time. '
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FRANK E. x'O0RHIilS, "Frankie" . .... Ovid
Night after night he sat and bleared his eyes with
LOUIS F. GUE'rscHow, "Louie" . . . . Cheboygan
Good fellowship is surely a sterling quality, and one
that "Louie" possesses.
EARL H.NNLEY BOXVEN, "Bowen" . Muncie, Ind.
W'ell now just suppose-
ALPHONSE PETERSON, "Pete,' . . . . . Negaunce
It's hard tellin' what these quiet fellows will do when
there is no one zvatching.
RALPH NIARK, "Ike" ....... Jackson
"Dili ence is the smother o ood ortnnef'
EARL TIMMONS, "Tim" . . . . Hartford
"Brez'itv is the soul o wit."
B. STONE, "Bruce" ..... . . Herscy
"Give it an understanding, but no tongue"
CARL E. HANSEN, '4Cul1t' . . . . . . M:-.nistcc
"I dare do all that ina become a man."
RAY LIGHTHALL, "Kid" . . . . . . . Adrian
f'He was ever precise in promise-keeping"
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Q1.1NTox M. IFIEIMBACH, "HeiniclV Class Editor . .
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B1-:NNETT L. TOLLEFSON, "Bennie" . . Marshfield, Wis. .
'KBe1111ie's" lIIUl'l'l'L'll but lll spite of that he seems hapf-y.
ROURKIE J. HAAS "Porky" . . . . .
"'Tis 1101? what f111a11 does that exalts him but what
man would do."
SAM NVILSON, "Sam" . . Manistique
"Success is 711011115 god."
LAXVRENCE POST "POsty" ...... Buruips
"Ah! lflflzy should life all labour be?"
ROY XV. DOUGLAS, "Doug" ..... Belding
"The wimzer is he who gives himself up fo his work,
, body and soul."
R. H. HOEFT. "Rud" ...... Detroit
"Happy am I, from care I'11z1 free
Ufhy 0?',1'If,l' they all contented like me?"
XVILLIAM SOBOTTA, "Bill" ..... Big Rapids
"The tr-uly ge11e1'o11s is the truly wise."
H. HONNY.-XIQIJ LARGE, "How" .... Port Huron
All great 711671 are dying and I d01z't feel well myself.
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Pace and Pace Accounting Class
This is a class which gives the student a thorough knowledge of Accounting
Principles and Business Law.
The Senior Class was organized in the fall of 1920. lt had several meetings
before Christmas holidays, the most important of which was the one in which it
was decided to buy our instructor a Christmas gift. On December 22nd, our
class president, Mr, Swanson, delivered a MAGNIFICENT oration in behalf of
the class, and presented Mr. Merrill with a very useful token as an expression
of our gratitude.
After a week's Christmas vacation, we again assembled in room 14 with
smiling faces to find that others who had been observing the VVQNDERFUL
progress of the Senior Class had decided to follow in their footsteps. The new
accumulation was organized as the "Juniors" on january 10, 1921. As both
classes will graduate in the year 1921, we decided to combine our forces and to
have one class emblem satisfactory to all.
A very brilliant future is predicted for all llace X l'ace students, who take
the liberty to term themselves, "the brains of the Commercial Department."
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FLORENCE FILKINS . . . . . . . Chesaning
"Intelligence increases 1nere physical ability one half."
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HELEN TRELEVEN, Class Editor . . Fon du Lac, Nhlis
"If she will, she will, and yon nzay depend on't,
I she won't she wonft and there's an end on't."
M1::N1E PAGEL ......
"Bright she is and fnll of fnn
Making two friends to others one."
IHIARRY MOREAU ........ Stambaugh
"Think all you speak but speak not all yon think."
ELIZABETH CLAUCHERTY . . . . Ovvosso
"Like the bee we shonld make
Our industry onr anznse1nent."
IENNIE ANDERSON ..... . Norway
"A snzile wherein each mortal reads
The very sympathy he needs."
NINA ROBINSON .... . Berrien Springs
"Always jolly always kind,
She is the niaid we like to find."
INA LINDBERG ..... .. . . Gladstone
"The rising bluslzes which her cheeks o'erspread
Are opening- roses in a blossonizng bed."
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111'1' f1'1'111111.v 1111 r1'1'1'1' l1'1fl'.,! L--
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HERBEW1' C. BOLDT
5 OLGA NELSON .
Q ALXRTHUR .-X. IIIZPFER
H lirumx XVALDRON
Y? XX',xI,'l'uR HANSON
Truim. R. Sm-1l.'1'x-in
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GROVER C. KERRIGAN, Prcsidcnt . Beacon Hill
M. J. GILLIES, Class Editor . . Detroit
HAXZEL C. LOUND, SCC.-T1'C3S. . . Shelby
HELEN IGNATZ . . Clio
R. J. HAAS . . Houghton
ARTHUR FOREST . . Baraga
LLOYD FULTON . . Owosso
L. U. SAMIEICR . . Perry
,Toms N,t:rci'.nRO'.v . . Diorite
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Telegraphers A K -'-
ALICE XYONNACOTT . Ithaca
L1is'rER ARXI11' . . Scottvillc
Iinwlx HASSI2 . . Arcadia
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L. A. M.xRs1i.'xLL . . Beulah '
Howmuw l,.xToL'1zNl1.xx . Smith Crcck -C' iw
Rmixl, -I. CRI-1l'l'z . Chzlrloltc
IIIiliNl.XN Iirxxvmirz . . .'XlS10ll
lz. II. lim-inn: . . CIIIWUC
IIAxsmQl.r. M. I'rmc'1'r ll . Holton
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XVM. VVILLIS .
THEMA BAIRD .
JOHN LONCHART .
RAY BRESSETTE .
GEORGE CUCULI .
C. LEXVIS TONSEONAU1' .
. Big Rapids
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Telegraphy Department Class History
The telegraphy class of 1920-1921 began September Sixth, 1920, with an
enrollment of twenty-eight students. The enrollment for the year increased to
fifty, breaking the record since the organization of the department, nineteen
On September 10th, the class was called together by Mr. Klcltherson, our in-
structor, for the purpose of organization and the election of officers. The fol-
lowing officers were elected: llresident, Grover Kerrigang Yice-Tlresident, Hazel
Loundg Secretary and Treasurer, Yelma Wilcox: Editor, Marvin Gilliesg Asso-
ciate Editors, Vera XN'ilcox and Elwyn McDonald.
Meanwhile we labored daily with the mysteries of dots and dashes, and judg-
ing by the smiles and laughter the messages were not always wholly technical.
Wfe were constantly helped and encouraged by Mr. Mcl'herson, our staunch
friend and instructor, and everyone made noticeable advancement under his
Qur first social affair was a lrlallowe'en masquerade party which was consid-
ered the biggest success of the season. The music, which was furnished by
Nigro's Orchestra, was greatly enjoyed by the merry masqueraders, and the dec-
orations added mystery and gaiety to the occasion: while George, in his little
booth in the corner. aided by his lrlindoo magic, drew aside the curtain of the
future for all who dared to venture within.
Un November 2 it was decided that the office of Secretary should be separated
from that of Treasurer, and tiordon XYlClil1Z1l11 was accordingly elected Treasurer.
.X fine spirit of patriotism was shown by our class on .Xrinistice Day when
we turned out one hundred per cent attendance in the parade and won the first
prize, a banner. which is now displayed in our llepartment.
Un -lanuary 10 a meeting was called to register all new members, and the
following ofhcers were elected to replace students who had left: Secretary, Alice
XYonnacott: .Xssistant lfditor, l.. li. Sainpeer.
Hn lfebruary ll, 1921 we gave another party, which was well attended. and
everybody had a fine time.
A' 4- -I' -C' -Cf Fl-
Some of thes-tudents who have left this department during the year are
SARA MILLER ........
VELMA VV1Lcox .....
PEARLE BOOTH ......
EDNA E. HAIGHT
W. A. LAMB ....
CLEMENTS PETERS ..
JOHN PELTO . .........
FRED MARSHALL .....T . ....
JOHN L. SMITH ....
EARL WALLER ....
IAMES VVATCHORN ..
ERNEST NORDSTROM .
Oxford, Mich. ..... .
Big Rapids, Mich. ..
Niles, Mich. ,...... .
Traverse City, Mich.
Nashawauk, Minn. ..
Carsonville. Mich. ..
.....Kings1ey, Mich. ..
Manager, VV. U.
.. . . .Grand Blanc, Mich. . . . . . . . . . .Operator,
Trout Lake Jct., Mich. ...... .
....... .Wetmore, Mich. ....
.Sidnaw, Mich. ..... .
.Iron River, Mich. ..
.Reed City, Mich.
.Port Huron, Mich. .
.Grand Rapids. Mich.
.Traverse City, Mich.
....-.Clerk, XV. U.
Operator, VV. U.
Operator, G. N. R. R.
Operator, 2nd, P. M.
.....Operator, 2nd, G. R. Sz I
......Operator, 3rd. P. M.
2nd, P. M.
.Operator, 2nd, D. S. S. Sz
.. ..... Operator, 2nd, D. S. S. 8:
.....Operator, 2nd, D. S. S. 8.
.. ..... Operator, Znd, Soo Line
.....Operator, 2nd, P. M.
.....Operator, 3rd, G. R. 81 I
... . . .Operator, 3rd, P. M.
. .... Operator, 2nd, P. M.
.. .... Operator, 3rd, G. R. 8z
. .... Operator, 2nd P. M.
. . .... Manager, Postal
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1'lliRl11iRT C. Boxart'
Roxzu. j. CRHITZ
C1-1.-xs. B. CAYFORII
Rn' MC CRIMMON
Ii. C. NICDONALD
li IJ. CQILMORIZ
M. -1. Gu,Lnis
R. il. Hass
GROYIZR C. lil-ZRRIG.-xN
l-l.xzi-11. C. l,0l'Nll
H.-x s R ICLI. M. PROCTOR
Cl,ll"l"0RIl K. l70XYliRS
L. ll. Sixxreiimz
Tlllifl. R. SMIQLTZI-:R
C. LIEXYIS 'l'oi'slN.xNT
H i-:R xr .x N XV.-xI.nRoN
GORDOX XYICKIIA xr
lin xii-1RsoN XX'rm,.x ND
L. A. xlARSII.Xl.I,
Class Census of 1920-21
Hard to tell
Talking to g'rls
Playing with the hells
Bothering the girls
Talking to Mack
Thinking what to do
lmoliing' up r'Zl1CS
Looking for a girl
Talking to others
Hard to tell
1'. S. Marines
XYi1l be soon
XYould like to he
On Sunday evenings
Ma won't let her
.lust as good as
He says so
Ma won't let him
lust as good as
l1'i1l he soon
Ought to he
Looks like it
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I got it.
I don't know.
How do you do this?
I m.ust go.
I don't know.
I'll be jiggered
Class Census of 1920-21
111sPos1'1'10N BRAIN CAPACITY GREATEST FAULT
Good Lafgff Chewing gum
Happy Fair P F
DFY Good Looking cross
Fair Growing Talking
Independent Some P P
Fickle Cx-y-Zal C3-xly Killing time
DFY 2x4 Talking to Helen
Funny Plenty Eating
Frisky Mellin's food Shooting rockets
Meek P P Looking for Peggy
Lazy Good Talking
Independent Fair Trying to get out of work
Moody Changeable Sleeping
Frank Vast Laughing
XNinning Unknown Combing his hair
Cranky P P Talking to others
Funny Growing Laughing
Fair Great Trying to do too much
Lamb like P P Crying
Gentle Unlimited Eating candy
Harmless Enough for two Asking questions
Cranky Undeveloped Talking to Hazel
Meek 'Growing Talking
Vicious x- Getting out of work
Sunny Vast Laughing
Frank Growing Studying
VVinning Plenty Flirting with Alice
Laborious Good Wforking
Dry Changeable Arguing
Happy Fair Doing nothing
Gloomy x-2y Flirting
Cross Questionable Talking
Funny Fair Loafing
Dry Par Undecided
Gentle P P Wforking on the Wire
Fair Growing Running around
Independent Some Talking
Funny P P Bothering others
Gentle Changeable Talking to Mack
Lamb like Plenty Making dates
Fair Par Calling up
Fickle Medium Talking
Harmless 'Changeable VValking around
Quiet Great VVorking
Lazy Good One period
Cold Good VVaiting for the bell
Independent Growing NVorking
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Ivmz SODERBERG, Secretary .
. Crystal Falls
Enmx Tunis, Class Editor . . Hillsdale
Eviaixx LAMARRS . . Detroit
Llioxlz Rowia . . Big Rapids
GI.,xm'5 ML'ssiaLxmN . . Bclding
XY11,xi,x Loviimss Cadillac
. .'XLlL'Ii I'1c.xuc'1a . Sault Ste Marie
if Im-Lxii I'Ioi,i3cmzc1c . . Cliarlcvoix
V Minmu-in Moxnzomiux' . . Gladstone
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CICCILE S1f1"1'1110N .
CEC11. SHAUB . Elmira
11255112 S1'A1:1.1NG . Kingsley
L01112NE TALCO'l"1' . Saranac
LAURA SA111.1z11 . Riverdzxlc ' ww
H1L1w1.'x Fo:11uas'1' . Bnmley ill
L1xU1m RAN1:,x1.L . . A110 If?
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TH131.M.,x SIZEL . BCllZOlli21
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ETHEL JENSEN .
EDWINN HASSE .
AIARIE LEONARD .
I -41 V
ELFREUA ZENDLER .
. A CHfxm.orTE FRASE .
Cmlm Vom. .
Ll-:NA FRIICIII-il. .
Minnie Boiuxx' .
Cinxiu XYlNI.mfT .
2 4' + - 1
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DORISE ROBINSON .
OLIFF MORRISON .
LILLIAN HORTON .
ELIZABETH SLAVVSON .
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.AxL'RIiLIA Fox .
. Three Rivers
. . West Olive
K . Ml. Pleasant
NIATTIE JOCOBSEN .
AGNES VAN G1EsEN
CLARA ORR .
GEORGIA CONNOR .
ALTHEA SAMSELL .
GERTRUDE NVEST .
HELEN DELTEL .
HAROLD HELLER .
. Big Rapids
. Big Rapids
EEH1-+ 'G---'fin-1-P-"1---P'-+"r aa-.....
E 1 E 1
IRENE BIUELLER MONROE . . IOl'lia
LAWRENCE SMALLDON . . Sandusky
ANNA PETERSON . Grayling
EFFIIQ BIGELOXV . Big Rapids
LEONE SMITH Stanwood
LIAURINIE BOXVEN , Cadillac
XY11-1mA LEHMAN , Scottville
Eu MA NEUBIERT
IELEA NOR ICRULL
. Big Rapids
. Three Rivers
ICIE PETERSEN .
DALE FILMORE .
IDA MONROE .
ALTA WILSON .
.EDNA DASHNER .
INA BALFOUR .
ILAH GUILD .
. Big Rapids
. . Bad Axe
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Ii.xRL Dozxzia . Big R21DiClS
if EL PAULINIZ SOULE . Centerville
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TniiI,M.x PY.x'r'r . - Elm Hall
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Sayings of the Faculty
zllrs. Jc11lei11.i'-"Five pages and a pen copyf'
Miss Sorensen-"Now we'll take this over for speed."
ilflrs. Wlll.ll?L'I'ffj1lf-'Ul.Ct a girl do it. Boys never did amount to
flflr. Strait-"Raise the pen in motion."
ilflr. Trcwis-"XVe'll pause there." .
illixs AIC.lVC'l'lIf',X'-uvYOI.l notice. Inconsistency, thy name is man.
Bliss Trcwis-"'l he next assignment for tomorrow will he-"
illr. Jones-"127 absences all excused."
illr. Parr-"-Xll right, let's all hop to the hoard now."
illr. .lilcissvliiile-"Understand? See ?'y
illr. lfmrdslvhi'-''Anyone coming in here just for credit will not have
.lI1'. Pc'11nm'k-"Sit down while you have an opportunity."
xv. lX'f'lIIIt'd-VinDlflllll you hear me tell you there was to he no whispering P"
'. .llvrrill-"tiooclly numher, almost universal."
.llr.v. House-"l,et us have it quiet please."
.llr. C'urli.vli'-"Your atlectionate grandson, XYilliam lrlenrxf'
.lift CIl1I'lC-uSI7I'il'lg' am here. Morning exercises and evening walks."
Nr. lfvrris-'liarnyard associations. Squirrel lxunf'
illisx .lIl'I,lIt'l'.YtHI-ul can't have any erasing."
.lfat linker-"lfinpty ships always make the most noise."
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M Near the swift Muskegon River
VVhere the famed Big Rapids shoot,
Dwells the big chief Woodbridge Ferris,
Chief of Ferris Institute.
On its pleasant shaded campus
Standing big and strong and true
Is the Institute of learning,
Built by him for me and you.
It is patronized by students
From all States and lands and climes,
W'ho come to get their training
In these wondrous knowledge mines.
There among the old school's courses
Numbered one to six and ten,
Is a course more often chosen
By fair ladies than brave men.
And the course of which I'm writing
Is the Shorthand. Know you then
It consists of dots and dashes
lVith curves made by stroke of pen.
And the heads of this department,
Ruling students six score ten
Stand for conduct and for study
VVainwright, jenkins, Sorensen.
Ourbig class of one and twenty
Loyal each to this old school,
Aims to always extend kindness
Friendship is its golden rule.
To disclose our entire number
Tell our merits, deeds, and acts,
NVould require a dozen volumes
For a hundred thousand facts.
In the coming june commencement,
At the closing of this year,
Well receive our earned diplomas
Showing how we labored here.
And soon after that you'll find us
Hustling in the business whirl,
Doing what is just and upright,
Like each F. I. boy and girl.
--C. A. Cha1'frand
History of Shorthand Department
The opening of school on September 6, 1920, ushered into the Shorthand De-
partment a splendid representation of American youth, destined to become com-
Little time was lost in class organization. Mr. Charles Chartrand Cone of the
most dignifiedj was chosen as President, Miss Margaret Kuhlmann was elected
Vice-President, Mr. I. VV. Soderberg was called to the secretaryshipg and Miss
Oline Sorensen Qour beloved teacherj was elected as treasurer, to care for the
enormous funds derived from the class dues. Through the use of the funds we
are enabled to console our sick fellow students by purchasing Howers for them,
and to console the well students by means of social activities.
Our first social event was a corn-roast held on September 18. It was a
very enjoyable affair and pleased everyone who attended. In addition, we dis-
covered the wonderful scenic beauty of the Muskegon River.
To promote the good-fellowship spirit, a party was given at the Music hall
on October 23. Doughnuts and Qsoftj cider were served. Everyone left with a
light heart having enjoyed a wonderful evening.
In the meantime we had all entered heartily into our work and were progress-
ing rapidly, thanks to the generous attention afforded us by our esteemed teachers.
In a few months we could actually write a few lines of shorthand, and were
acquiring more and more each day.
November ll, our gala day appeared, and all the loyal short-handers, led by
Uncle Sam and Columbia, paraded in a glorious body.
Qwing to the limited number of boys in our department, we co-operated with
the Commercial department and staged on December the most enjoyable event
of the year in the form of a hard-time social. NVasn't Sis Hopkins a scream
Wfith Christmas rapidly approaching everyone worked more diligently for
just before the holidays came the examinations, and we all wanted to bring good
news home to mother and dad.
january 3rd found us all "on deck" again after a very happy holiday vacation,
and more anxious than ever to pick up the reins where we had dropped them
and continue on with diligence and pluck.
On our return we were met with a big surprise. On our list of teachers there
was 2 new name. liveryone wondered who Mrs. jenkins was, but not for longg
for soon the news spread like wild-fire that Miss XVestenfelder, our esteemed
teacher who had introduced us to Gregg principles, had committed the great
error and had changed her name. XYe are all wishing her a life-time of happi-
ness, and to him we extend our heartiest congratulations.
On the departure of our honored vice-president to a position, we wrre called
to choose another to fill the vacancy. XYilliam F. Roeder, alreadv renowned for
his ability in collecting dues in Section 3, was our choice.
An elaborate dance was held in the Music Hall on February 25. This dance
surpassed all events previously held.
As the year is drawing to a rapid close, our classmates are leaving to dupli-
cate in the actual business world the good work done at the Ferris Institute. May
they carry with them the ideals cultivated at old F. I. that leads to noble success.
To our worthy teachers we wish to express our heartfelt appreciation for their
unreserved kindness and patience, and may they enjoy many more years of good
health and happiness.
Just for Fun
Wlhat do you charge for rooms ?"
Five dollars and up."
"But I'm a student?
Then it will be live dollars down."
"I understand that after waiting 20 years she married a struggling man."
"Yes poor chap, he struggled the best he knew how but she landed him."
Gentleman Qtlnzidlyj-"Where can I find the silk counter ?"
Girl at ribbon conntef'-"Third battle to your right."
M1's. l7l7ainwrighf-"Miss Montgomery what is an epitaph ?"
llllss lldfontgonzery-"Here lies john jones the chemist's son
And now he is no more,
For what he thought was H20
We had to have our clock buoyed up by a girl.
Mr. Sherwin Cody, teaching shorthand English class-"You want to tell it
to them gently, Mr. Ferris."
Put a comma after as many words as you can say conveniently in one good
Can you imagine-
Chas. Chartrand without a dignined expression?
Bill Roeder accompanying a girl?
Charlotte Erase an old maid?
Margaret Nordine at her ease?
Edward Hasse a general?
Gertrude West serious?
All dues paid by the end of the month?
What happens at an oflicer's meeting?
Edna Dashner a stenographer?
Pauline Soule without a powder puff?
Earl Russell studying?
Marion Sampson without her hair bobbed?
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M A RGARET N ORIJI N li
Her Swedish acce
.XS Il shark
Ht-I' tlt'Ill' little wax'-
XYith a book
Making a date
Talking to Bonefant
Powclering lIer nofe
Burning midnight ofl
XYillinfr to help
Going to chIIrch
On the go
Late to roll call
:Xt the Greeks
Sighing for him
Chewing the rag
Runnimr after the boy
On the more
ln the hall
XX':Iiting for a mgm
Way she hzindles men
Typing a note
Xtorking at sliortlnird
XX'orkiI'u for credit
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AGNES VAN GIESEN
Fondness for shorthand
Assisting the ladies
Ability to spell
Love for girls
Love for fboys
Her home town
Her love for shorthand
Befng a good scout
Looking for dates
Tellinff 'em why
Eyeing the boys
just like a cricket
VVishing he'd come
Taking Sunday walks
Running out the door
In Main roo.m
Talking to the chef
VViIt'h her Phtarmic
On the stairs
VVith her bobby
Out at night
Kidding him along
Using her eyes
VV ith jack
Consoling the boys
In beginning dictation
Swiftness in Gregg
ELFREDA ZENDLER Funny little smile Ambitl0U5
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The Reserve Oflicers' Training Corps
In April of 1919 the R. U. T. C. was organized by Lieutenant Yandervoort
who received his honorable discharge at the close of the summer term. The work
was then taken up by Captain Frank Shaw who came here in September, 1919.
Under Captain Shaw the R. O. T. C. rendered valuable assistance to the firemen
when the Mercy Hospital burned in December, 1919. ln recognition of this ser-
vice the lj. lYar Department and the City Council commended the work very
The R. O. T. C. was again organized by Captain Shaw in September, 1920.
There were threeiplatoons at first and two more were formed later. The men
received instruction in minor tactics, military discipline, personal hygiene. field
service, target practice and guard duty. Each summer the unit conducts a train-
ing course at its camp which is located on the rifle range about three miles south
of Rig Rapids. The "grub" is cooked by the boys themselves and it is no bad job
of cooking either. The sham battle is one of the exciting events scheduled in
the summer course. For those who desire further training there is also offered
a summer course at Camp C-rant. near Chicago. The student receives six weeks
of intensive training without cost.
Hikes were taken by the unit as often as conditions permitted. Sham battles
were frequently part of the program and the participants were taught many
things about actual warfare. On the hikes regular military formation was main-
tained, thus the student soldier was taught the best forms of protection for mov-
ing bodies of soldiers.
The Unit was a member of the 1nter-Collegiate Ritie Corps but entered into
competitive shooting in the .lunior XYinchester Rifie Corps of which it was also a
member. The R. U. T. C. also took part in matches with individual schools. 1n
March a five man team chosen from the .best ten marksmen of the unit entered a
match with the XYaukegan Township 1111.1 lfligli School and won by a big
There is also a social side to the R. U. T. C. work. Une of the best social
functions given by any organization of lferris lnstitute during the past year was
the Military 1-lall which was planned and directed entirely by members in the R.
U. T. C. 'XYith the exception of Nlr. lferris, Nlr. Klassclink and the ladies every-
one was in uniform.
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The Ex-Service Club
."1+or the purpose of perpetuating the memory of our ccmradcs who Have
their lives ll1.Il1C recent war, and ot promoting the weiiare ot the ex-service iinen
and of Ferris Institute in general," a club limited in membership to men who
were in the military or naval service of the Lnited States or her -wilies between
April 6, 1917 and November ll, 1918, was formed two years ago. i
1 lhe club now numbers nearly two hundred members and is counted one of the
hveliest clubs in the school. Marines and even Gobs are not barred from mem-
bership, consequently the meetings are always snappy and full of humor, lf Mr.
Carlisle wishes to find material for public speaking and debating classes he
should raid the ex-service club. 7
july fourth coming on Sunday in 1920, the club asked for and received per-
mission to use Monday afternoon as a school holiday. Murphy acted as chair-
man and the finest exercises of the year were held, the men proved equally as
good on the platform as they had on the front before 'in 'iltov tl ' ltf
' . . ge iei ci 'erent
audience. Both audiences declared themselves entirely satisfied with the work
of the men after they were through. A very unique base ball game was played
during the afternoon also, Federal Board vs. Ex-Service teams, the F. B. win-
mng in the last inning.
The nrst meeting of the school year 1920-21 was held in the Spanish Ameri-
can war veterans hall September 17, at which a general reorganization of the
c ub took place and the officers for the fiscal year elected. After the business of
the meeting was concluded, each man was called upon for a short talk on his
war experiences and camp life. Mechanic Fellows of the 77th, gave a very inter-
esting description of the hardships endured in keeping the lanterns trimmed that
were used in hunting for the lost batallion. Murphy spoke at length upon his
experiences in helping drive Jerry from the Argonne, and john Degenhart told
of the efficiency of the Marine press agency. The crowning event of the even-
ing was the discovery of an honest Marine. La Joie admitted that he was not in
the battle of Belleau VVood. Mess call was sounded and the men forming a line
were issued sinkers and cider. At frequent intervals during the remainder of
the year smokers and dances were given by the club.
In accordance' with the wishes of the veterans, November 11 was declared a
school holiday by President Ferris and a committee of ex-service men headed by
Chairman Stahl had charge of the affairs of the day. The morning was taken up
by a parade in which the various cl-asses and organizations, including the Q. T.
C., took part. A foot ball game between' F. 1. and the American Legion was
played in the afternoon. At about four-thirty a large crowd braved the extreme
cold weather and witnessed Murphy and his terrible warriors go over the top
and across no man's land in a realistic trench raid. Fats were served by the
lfVoman's Relief Corps to all ex-service men. ' '
The ex-service men realizing the great value of strict discipline and its'ad-
vantages have been ardent supporters of the principles of the school,.and it is
hoped that this high standard will be maintained by the club in succeeding years.
Commander .......... ..... J ioseph Murphy SCCTCMTY ------ flftlmf Stephens
V'iCe-C0n1111311de1' ,,,,,,., Cecil XXTEITCTS 'Treasurer --------------- --'-' I Ldllvard funnel.
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It was on September 5, 1920, that a few E. 1. students decided to take a trip.
I The trip was not to be a business one, however, but a joy ride which was to last
B for one year. Cn September 12, more members joined us, and on that day we
ascertained that our captain was to be Mr. Strait. The name of the ship on
which we were to sail, was the "Builder," Stanley Harwood was elected prcsi,
dent, Albert O. james, Vice-President, Ethel Jensen, Secretary, and Gunnard
We were all ready for a Good time and t
U 6 oward the latter part of the month
a get-acquainted party was given, which proved that our voyage was to be a
The next marked event to
. lar -time
social and held in the basement of the M E Ch
1 . . urch, and the little crew on board
the Builder came out "dressed in style." Everyone felt at home at the party and
had a very nice time.
ok place on November 27 This was a l d '
There were already many members on board the Builder, but we needed more,
so we decided to have a contest and the losing side was to give the winners a
ban uet. Th l ' ' ' '
q e cass was divided into two sections the oran e side d l
, g un er tie
captainship of Mrs. Edna Timms, and the black side under Albert O. James.
The four weeks following proved to be the worst storm that the little ship met on
e entire voyage.
Finally, on December ll, the storm ceased and the black side were iests
of the orange to a real "feed," About one hundred and twenty-five people
attended the banquet, and nearly all were Builders.
During the voyage many of our crew left us but it seemed as thou h new
ones took their places. Shortly after the holidays Mr. james left us and in this
history we all .wish to express your appreciation of the work he did to make our
trip a successful one. A
On January 21, another party was given for the new students and the eighty-
five people on board that night enjoyed themselves immensely with music, games,
And now the end of the year is nearly here, very few of the original crew
are with us, but those who are left will always remember the members es ecxall
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our President and Vice-President who did so much fOr The C1355-
We have entered the harbor. Our trip is ended, but we leave our ship for the
new students of next year to continue the voyage. I
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4- Masonic and Eastern Star Club
u Sl l1e Masons and .Eastern Stars attending Ferris lnstitute orffanized ll club
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111 epte111ber to. CC111C11t tl1e brotherly 1CClll1g aniong strange nienibers gathered
here, and to assist all worthy Il1611llJC1'S of the club while 111 sickness.
Meetings were held every Znd and 4th Tuesdav ol e'1ch 111o11tl1 Xft I
, i -A , 1 . 1 er tie
.Qi clect1o11 of ofhcers at 1116 hrst 1'l1C6'E1110', tl 1 'l l ll" A 1 ' 3 - --
' ,D 16 t u 1 cccidcd to have rl ILLCIJTAJII XXl1.Ll1
was l1eld 111 tl1e Masonic 1161111516 lwoveinbr 17th. February Sth we l1eld our
annual banquet a11d recept1o11 in tl1e Te111ple. Covers were spread for hfty 1110111-
bers. After tl l ' -' 1' 1 ' ' '
X16 Janquet, dancing iv as indulged 111 1111111 eleve11 o clock, when the
nieinbers, e11tl1us1ast1cally elated over tl1e success of tl1e party, departed.
The 111611113613 of tl1is club vfll l 1 A ' - 1
+ K1 soon cepart, nei er perhaps to see e'1cl1 other
again, but we will have a11 l1o11est, warm 1'C111C111lJI'Zl11C6 th'1t 'Ill the IJI'lIll'1l ob ec-
tives were fully achieved. Should any nieinber cl1a11ce to pass through tl1e home
towns represented below, you are all niore than cordially invited to call at our
local Te111ples where we ca11 111eet as old F. I. t 1 'l
s uc ent ciuins, Zlllll old 1ne111ories
A. I. Dower, President ..........
Ruth E. jenkins, Vice President.
Emilia Kennedy, Sec'y. St Trteas.'.i'
G. M. Swanson
VVm. L. Foster .... ..
Geo. VV. Barrie
Edna Timms .......
J. A. Fredrickson ....
Clara Orr .......
R. M. Sawbridge ....
Zora Hilderly ....
E. H. Merrill ......
VVm. T. VVarncke
R. P. Tressell ....
Willis Kniesley .
Elsie Sears .......
lean Connor' ....
. .Detroit, Mich. ...... .
.Benton Harbor. Micl1.
..Grass Lake, Mich. . ..
, Editor .......... ...Manistee, Micl1. . . ..
. .Hil.l1man, Mich. . . . ..
....Hillsdale, Mich. . . . ..
... .Wake1ield, Mich. . . ..
Manistique, Mich .......
. .Loyalty .............. No. 488
. .Grass Lake ...... ...... 1 59
..Manistee . ...... .... 2 28
. .Lansing . . .
. .Alpena . . . .
.Big Rapids ..
. .Agogebic . .
. . . .S'tepfh5enson, Mitch. . . . .Stephenson ..
.Hersey, Mich ........... Hersey ........
.Almont, Mich .... .... A lm.ont
.Detroit, Mich ...........
.Terre Haute, Ind .....
.Battle Creek, Mich ....
.Harbor Springs, Mich.
.Farwell, Mich ........
.Quincy, Mich .........
Pt. Townsend, VVash.
.Big Rapids ................ 171
.A. T. Metcalf.
..Corn1ng . ..... . .
Janesville, 'vVis .... .... B ig Rapids
.Bay City, Mich .......
.1-Iillman. Mich. . .
.Portsmouth . . .
.Alpena . . .
Harley McCall .... ..... D orr, Mich ........... .Dorr .1 ...... ..... 3 OZ
I. T. Horton ........ ..... lv Iorenci, Mich ........ .Morenci ...... ..... 9 3
VV. W.. Thorman .... ..... T oledo, Ohio ........ .Ft. Industry . .... ..... 6 30
E. W. Minier ..... ..... B ig Rapids, Mich ..... .Big Rapids ..... 171
Leone Rowe .... ..... B ig Rapids, Mich ..... .Farwell .... ..... 1 94
Susan Baldwin ..... Ft. Wfayne, Ind ......... Ft. Vlfayne
G. Masselink .. . ..... Big Rapids, Mich ...... Big Rapids .. . . . . . .171
E, A, Russell ..... Big Rapids, Mich ...... Big Rapids -.--171
Nellie Paul ,,,.,,,, ..... S tockbridge, Micl1 ..... Stockbridge
H. T. Skogquist ....... .... G ladstone, Mich. ........ Gladstone .... 396
Edward Modierman .... ..... D etroit. Mich...- ........ Palestine ....3J7
Dale Wvilson ........ ..... S heperd, Mich .......... Salt River .. .. .. . .288
Herbert Phelps . . . ..... Petoskey, Mich ......... Durand '. ...... . . . .344
Lgbefmann ,,,, ..... B lg' Rapids, ...... Blg' R3DldS
Edgar Leavitt In ,. Tsland Falls, Maine ..... Island Falls . . . . . .206
Jennie Anderson ,.,,, Vorway, Mich. ......... Norway
C. E. VVilkins .... ..... 1 lass, Mich ............. Rockford
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Tmz NIASSICLINK BIBLE CLASS
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The Masselink Bible Class-Presbyterian Church
President . . . . GILBERT jo11NsoN
Vice-president . . JEN N113 Vis
SCCTCUIFY . BTARY REDMAN
Treasurer . EDWIN jonNsoN
Editor ........... XVM. VV. GORIN
This class is organized by students at the beginning of each school year,
September 1, to promote and encourage Bible study among students of Ferris
Institute. Its social functions afford the desired opportunity of getting acquainted
with each other, and of enjoying wholesome fun.
The class met formerly at' the Presbyterian church which burned on Decem-
ber 19, 1920, but since that disaster, they -have met at the Masonic Hall. It has
now a larger attendance than ever in the history of the class.
The Bible Class is led by Mr. Masselink, Vice-president of the Ferris Insti-
tute, who has given twenty-two years of faithful service towards encouraging
Christian living and intensive Bible study among young people.
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Federal Board Club
FALL TERM XVINTER AND SPRING TERM
PFCS. .... .................. I ohn Degenhart Pres, ,,,,,,,-.,,...---.,-,,'--..-.'.. Edwin Minier
V. Pres. ..... .....,.. 1 oseph Murphy V, Pres. g '--'-.--.-. Glenn Thomas
Sec. ----.. .........,........ 1 Edwin Stahl SGC, .-.,-,, .-.v-.--.---."--- E dwin Stahl
Treas. ...... P Xrnold A. VVashbush Treas. ...... fXrnold A. W'ashbush
Why We Are Here
As a result of the world war a great many men were discharged from the
army, who were unable to continue their former occupation because of their
physical handicaps. The government has very graciously come to the rescue of
these men by establishing the Federal Board of Vocational Rehabilitation, which
made it possible that they might attend school and learn a new profession or
Ferris Institute has received its quota of these men and as a result the Fed-
eral Board Club was organized, for the purpose of furthering the interest of its
What We Have Done
Armistice Day 1920 we gave an entertainment in the auditorium for the pur-
pose of raising a fund to be loaned members of the Club who were in need.
This entertainment was managed and staged by Federal Board Men, and was a
success in every way.
Social functions have been a prominent part of the club's activities such as
dances, parties, and picnics, and a very successful banquet was given in the
Masonic Hall on Feb. 17 at which one hundred thirty people were present.
We are endeavoring to fit ourselves to take an active part in the business
and professional life of this nation. VVe still consider ourselves "in the ranks"
of public service and shall always foster a love for 10072 Americanism.
What We Plan To Do '
We are looking forward to this coming year with added enthusiasm and much
work is planned to improve the condition of our members.
The Club appreciates the courtesy and help extended by the Faculty and
Students of the Ferris Institute and hope to merit their continued support.
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Federal Board Roll Organization
EVEREIT D. BAILEY
FRED C. CHASE
FRANK W. CARLSON
W. A. DE GROW
PETER DE YOUNG
GEO. E. EKSTRAND
JOHN H. FINKLE
GEO. VV. GREEN
VVM. W. GORIN
M. J. GILLIES
JESSE H. GRAHAM
CECIL E. HAYTER
B. E. HOLT
HARRY M. HULL
RAY C. JEXVELL
MARS H A LL KOTTS
Big Rapids, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Traverse City, Mich
Maple City, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Class City, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Eaton Rapids, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Batt. E. 42nd Fd. Art.
CO. I, 126th Inf. 32nd Div.
321 Field Signal Bn.
CO. L. 61st Inf. 5th Div.
Co. M, 116th Inf. 29th Div.
Ft. A, 96th Aero .Squadron
CO. B, 111th Fd. Art. 32nd Div.
U. S. Navy
lst CO. 161 Depot Brigade
CO. G, 38th Inf.
Co. K, 337th Inf.
Co. K, 10th Inf. 14th Div.
Co. l, 126tlI Inf. 32nd Div.
111 Inf. 28Ith Div.
CO. B, 116th Inf. 32nd Div.
CO. B, 11th M. G. Bn.
5th Reg't U. S. Marines
CO. K, 126 Inf.
5th Regjt U. S. Marines
160 Depot Brigade
M. T. C. 419, Mot. Truck Co. 453
18th F. A. 3rd Div.
20th CO, 20th Engr.
M. D. 126th Inf. 32nd Div.
Co. H, 139th Inf. 35th Div.
Co. G, 306th Inf. 77th Div.
CO. I, 126tlI Inf. 32nd Div.
69th M. D.
lst Trench Mortar Bn.
Co. C, 120tlI M. G. Bn. 32nd Div
220 F. S. Bn. 20th Div.
Bat. B, 119th Fld. Art. 32nd Div.
119th F. A. 32nd, Div.
Co. E, 128th Inf. 32nd Div.
6th Field Hosp.
CO. C, 338th Inf. 85th Div.
4th Reg't. Marines
16th Inf. lst Div.
114tlI Inf. Band 29th Div.
236 Acro Sqd.
6th Reg't. U. S. Marines
Co. L, 34th Engr.
Co. B, l26tlI Inf. 32nd Div.
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Federal Board Roll Organization
GRANT M. LANE
W. G. LENSEN
ROBERT Mc NAB
JAMES MC KENNA
EDWARD W. MINIER
J. P. MURPHY
R. J. MC CRIMMON
D. I. MCCORMICK
NV. J. RADIO
DANIEL M. Ross
E. L. SHOWALTER
R. S. SKROCH
GEO. ST. DENNIS
BEN L. TOLLEESON
EARL D. TIMMONS
WALTER W. THORINIAN
LEO. J. WEIPERT
ARNOLD A. WVASHBUSH
R. H. WEINE
EDXVARD J. XNHYLIER
.. HOME ADDRESS
Grand Rapids, Mich
Traverse City, Mich.
Mt. Vernon, Ill.
Sault Ste Marie
Big Rapids, Mich.
Grand Haven, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
East Towas, Mich.
Bad Axe, Mich.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Port Huron, Mich.
VValloOn Lake, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
South Haven, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Reed City, Mich.
Big Rapids, Mich.
Fond du Lac, VVis.
South Haven, Mich.
CO. F, 125th Inf. 32nd Div.
10th Squadron U. S. N. Aviation
Com. 16th Rcg't lst Div.
Co. I, M. T. C. M. R. S.
Co. G, 125th Inf. 32nd Div.
CO. I, 125th Inf. 32nd Div.
23rd Field Hosp.
Co. D, 126th Inf. 32nd Div.
CO. G, 38th Div.
56th San. Sqd.
CO. C, 125th Inf. 32nd Div.
4th Inf. 3rd Div.
Co. L, 126th Inf. 32nd Div.
7th Inf. 3rd Div.
Co. I, 126th lnf. 32nd Div.
Co. G, 109th Inf. 32nd Div.
Co. I, 126th Inf. 18th Div.
M. T. C. S. P. U. 538
Bat. A, 42nd F. A.
CO. C, 18th Inf. 1st Div.
38th Inf. 3rd Div.
20th Fd. Art. Sth Div.
Co. L, 1st Div. 26th Inf.
Co. I, 16th Inf. lst Div.
U. S. Navy
Co. E, 126th Inf. 32nd Div.
Co. D, 126th Inf. 32nd Div.
Co. L, 125th Inf. 32nd Div.
Reg'tl. Infm. 125th Inf. 32nd Div
332 M. G. Bn. 86th Div.
Co. G, 28th Inf. lst Div.
Co. A, 127th Inf. 32nd Div.
CO. B, 127t'h Inf.
660 Aero Sqd.
U. S. Navy
6th Reg't. U. S. Marines
Co. A, 38th Inf. 3rd Div.
M. T. C.
I, 126th Inf. 32nd Div.
D. C. 2nd Army
B, 150th M. G. Bn. 42nd Div
M, 125th Inf. 32nd Div.
125th Inf. 32nd Div.
M, 125th Inf. 32nd Div.
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Y. M. C. A. Y. NV. C. A.
Pfesidffllf. - - . Wfayne VVardwell . . Lillian Romans
Vice-President . . Gunnard Eliason . . Zora Hilderly
Secretary . Joseph Benkert . . Mildred Marks
Treasurer .... . Ivan Dennis . .Dorothy Koeppin
The purpose of the Y. N. and Y. VV. organization is to promote Christian
fellowship and co-operation among the students and to lead them to do Christian
The student secretaries of both organizations, Miss Pierce of Chicago and
Mr. Kelsey of Detroit, visited the Institute twice to help plan the work for the
year. Students preparing for missions or the ministry were organized into the
Life Worker's Council which worked as a part of the Y. M. The council organ-
ized three Sunday Schools, held religious services at the jail, and served wher-
In the Y. M. and Y. XV. Bible Class conducted during the year, the beauties of
the Life of Christ were pictured to the members of the associations by Mr.
In November Mr. Hostetler represented the Institute organization at the Y.
M. C. A. Conference in Chicago, and later, when the boys entertained the Y.
W., he gave an interesting report.
At Christmas time a box of "goodies', was sent by the two Y's to the Child-
ren's Free Hospital in Detroit.
On February 12th the Y. VV. entertained the Y. M. and gave the boys a very
Enthusiastic bi-weekly union meetings were held during the spring, the Y. W.
and Y. M. alternately taking charge of such meeting. The programs consisted
of readings, music, study of poetry, interesting talks and games.
In April a series of evangelistic conferences were conducted by the Y. M. C.
A. Splendid resultswere achieved.
The Y. W. C. A. sent Misses Jennie Vis and Zora I-Iilderlyg the Y. M. C. A.
sent Messrs. Gunnard Eliason, VVilliam Morford, and Joseph Benkert as dele-
gates to the Student Volunteer Convention at Lansing.
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