Ferris State University - Ferriscope Yearbook (Big Rapids, MI)
- Class of 1924
Page 1 of 158
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Text from Pages 1 - 158 of the 1924 volume:
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ln an institution such as the uFerris Insti-
tute,H there always exist a large number
of customs and traditions, by which the
students seelc to go0ern their actions.
These traditions are, for the most part,
descended from the dim antiquity, and
are held to be sacred and inviolable, be
they for better or worse.
It is in observance of one of the most
praiseworthy of these traditions, that We,
the Hstudents of IQ24,H put forth this
publication. Our intention in so doing,
is that this Ucrimson and Goldn may
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work, and also a remembrance of the many
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MR. E. M. CLARK
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Crimson and Cold Staff
HAROLD AHLGREN ........ ............ E ditor-in-Chief
RICH RAYMOND ......., .........,.,.. A Jsistant Editor
FLORENCE SCHELL .... ......... L iterary and Society
XYILLIAM GOULD .....,,.. .........................,,....... f 0166
RIERRITT JONES ,.....,.... ..,,..,. A dfzfertisirzg
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DONALD Il. VVORCESTER .........,......,..... Big Rapids D1-:VERE MITCHELL ..............................,... Stanwood
DcXIola5r. Cla-ss Basketball, Radio Club Radio Club, Dchlolay Club. F. C. A.
P111 15PS110f1 A1P11af F' C- A- "Saw tlzf Sllfftlfzf' and you saw all"
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A Ross FAHEY .,....,..,...............,................ Bark River
RUSSELL M' B110CK1'Vf1Y --4---'1--1--------------- 13511191011 Secretary and Editor. Catholic Club
Dehlolay Club, Radio Club F. C. A., Chorus, Eskimo Club
"EwHtually-Wlw not now?" 'fNaZure'.v gifts of ewrlaftiizg beauty"
J. CARLTON GOWAN .,.................. Sault Ste, Marie JEAN E- STEWART -'-'-------------------'--'1"---- G1adS11111C
Deylolay, Eskimo Club Eskimo Club, Nlasonic Club
"Standard of flzf World" 1'Comparf the u'orlc1'
N , U LOYDE NI, BILLMAN ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,.....,...........,.. Jackson
PAH: 5'I?S?ES ---- ig-3 ----------"---- A--6--ia ------ 13 ffF11Ht Radio Club, F. C. A.
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X1 I H F' C' A' H THEO STIMPSON ..,......,. .......... S aline
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W. Klsmcrrr joxns ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,, Big Rapids EARL J. ENGSTROM ................................ Big Rapids
Advertising Manager. i'Crimson and Gold" PfSSiCl6Ht. FifSt TCYIH. DClN'lOlay
Masonic Club, Phi Epsilon Alpha Class Basketball
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CURTIS XX'ERNEl"I'E ......,........,.....A.A,,,.,,,, Big Rapids ,-X, R, ML-550g ,,,--,-,,.A,,,,,,,,,-,,w,-Y,,-.,- ---.-,-- S tanton
Yicc President. Class Basketball. Catholic F. C, ,Xu Band
Club, Riflifm Clfllhcplla Epsilon -l1:,.Z,p!m,d, ,mf UU rimlg
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"Built to uwzr witlzout 1'fpni1"' RICH RAYMOND .A--------iY---,--,--wA-A-Viiw-.A-ww------ Saginaw
Asst. liditor-in-chief. "Crimson and
Ross JONES ,......,,,.,....,,,..,,..,,........,..,,...... Detroit Gflldfl F- C. A-
Dchlolay. Basketball nQIlfIllf-V tlzrnuglz g1'IIz'FL1flUII5.l
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BI-:ssu-3 XI. llII.I ,.....,.......,......,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,, Big Rapids
XYALTER HY KUHN-U -,-P-----.YYAA-AAAA.A-5 W -VVA -Flint Psychological Research. F. C. Ai
HBHM IMF H Xkwnapml., 4'Dfliz'wu5 mul 1'f'frf5l1i11g"
CLARE XIUNRO l..,....................... .........,, S t. johns
LEROY CEREEN .,................,..................,.... Barryton ljcxlolay
Debatlllg- F- C- Aw A- K- I- A- ulltljlllf .vz'rz1t1'llz'1l yr!"
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HAROLD AHLGREN wgwg-W--A.A-----w-Y4-A-,--w----- Big Rapids 'KTM' lfmml you fan fruit"
liditor-in-chief. "Crimson and Gold" Y H . v .
Class President and Editor XWNA IVRK '--'--------'-'--------------------------- Bl? Ralllds
Sigma Alpha Delta l". C. .-X.
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HAROLD V, ELIAN ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,, Ishpeming GERTRUDE V. SUTTON .............................,.... Ithaca
E k' 1 b Class Sec. anti Treas., Bible Class Pres,
if 'mfiCi, Radio Club, F. C. A.
If 5atuliB5 "The sign of friendly service'
LLOYD GIBBS """"""""""""""""" """" P Ortland RAYMOND DECKER. ,,......................... South Haven
D5M0l3Y Ass't Class Editor, DeMolay,
"Style with eomfortw ' Sigma. Alpha Delta
'ABest in the long run"
R. CLARK TRITTIN .,..,..........,,... ....... D etroit .
. ARTHUR LARsoN ...,........,................................. Ioma
DCMOMY sigma Alpha Delta
HDl'Pf71flf'-516' H5 TWU' itself" "Bark serves its communityn
FLORENCE SCHELL ...,,.,.......,.,,, ........ B attle Creek BERNARD PATMOS ........................-.-...,. Hudsonvillc
Literary Editor, "Crimson and Goldv UA wondfl' workww
O. PI. S., Debating
f'We are advertised by our lofoing friemlsl' DAN REEDER """""""""""' Q """""" 3aGrangC' Ill'
"Obey that impulse
RUSSELL HULBURT' .......................... Buffalo, N. Y. CLARA mm--Smyrna
Basketball, Baseball, Gamma Phi Sigma Catholic Club
"Nothing else like ity' A'Clear as zz belll'
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"Over the Alps lies Italy," Said Hannibal some hundred years ago, and
that expression has come down to the present time to mean that the attain-
ment of one's aspirations lies just beyond. The phrase is peculiarly suited to
the First Year College Class, for we have left the preparation for our journey
behind and have now started on our first lap in earnest.
In September, some over thirty eager travellers on the road to Italy, en-
rolled in the register at Ferris Inn which is situated one quarter of the way
on the journey across the Alps. Here we have been given instructions, by
the kindly innkeeper and his many capable assistants, which will guide us on
the remaining sections of' our journey and which we shall use when we have
reached our goal.
All has not been work here at the Inn, howeverg parties and dances have
helped pass the time outside the recitation hours. A basketball team, formed
by the boys of the class, succeeded in defeating all teams put forth by our
fellow travellers, and was duly crowned the champion squad.
Knowing that every band must have a leader, we chose for our first team,
Earl Engstrom. The second term, Harold Ahlgren was elected to till the
leader's place with Curtis Wernette assisting him. Gertrude Sutton, we chose
as scribe and as keeper of our financial resources.
Our sojourn at this delightful spot is rapidly nearing its close, and we
must soon travel to our second place of instruction. Perchance our paths
shall diverge widely, and no two of us may follow the same course to the fields
of law, medicine, linance, engineering, literature, and art. We shall meet
new travelling companions, form new friendships, and lose connections with
our original group. Come what may, once we have reached our goal no mem-
ories will be more pleasant than those which carry us back to nineteen twenty-
three and four, to the friendly host of Ferris Inn, to his able attendants who
pointed out to us the way across the Alps with Italy lying attractively in the
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TIIOBIAS XYIIITE .,.x......,.,.,.,..,........,. ,......... C edar ELMER W. BARR ...,.,.,,............,,..,..........,.,,., Detroit
"Virtua ir the but prizel' "Ha think: Napolmn was a lJarbrr" '
E. J. PROCTER Ab'--A.------------,,.--.---------- V.-'------- F lim ELBERTA MARCY ........,,,................,....,,...... Rockford
Phi Epsilon Alpha "Fatima and pfrxc-vfraizrc always win out"
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NORMAN RANDALL .........,............,.,...,........,...,.. Mio
Q Sigma Alpha Delta, Pres. Senior Class
ALTSPLRRY """"""' Q """' , """""""""' Battle Creek Second Semester, Wed. Night De-
Bible Class Choir, Life Worker's Council hating Club F, C. A.
"Would that we had more like lwrn HT,-ug aj ffigd ,twin '
WM. T. STICKLEY ......................,..,.,..,...,... Prescott AUGUSTA LITZNER ...........,,..,.......,.... ...,.... M oran
Sigma Alpha Delta, Vice-Pres. Second K of S Club
Semest? lYeg'gL3git goiliiggg C1355 HSIM had a leinally spirit and a friendly airn
H14 di-Vfiplf' Of S0fmff'5U EDXVIN KRAFT ,,,,,,...............,,,,.,.,.,,..., Frankenmuth
"A man of clirerfizl yrsterrlays and roizjident
KARL STILES ,......................,..,..,..........,,.,..,.,. Delton f0m0f'0w5 7
Sigma Alpha Delta, President. Senior Class Q
First Semester, K of S Club. F. C, A. R0BERT ELVIN ------'--------------'-'-'-4---------------- Bad Axe
Wed. Night Debating Class Sigma Alpha Delta
'1Tlzc world Heezlr rrifn lilef you, Karl" K'The pep of F. I."
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MARY Srocxxuguzk ,.....,..,.,........ .. ....,.,..... Reese KJTTO IQ. FARWELI, ,............,,.,.,.............,... Barryton
F- C- A' "I don't believe in being serious"
"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart"
PIEDVVXG V. OSOWSKI ,.....................,... Eden, N. Y. WAI-FRED BEEN -------------------------'-----------'-,---- 51431156
A'Her presence lends its warmtlzv H1 will 1,5 vlvhgt 1 will lu"
J. H. XVINTER ,.,..,.................,..,...,....... Devi1's Lake i N .
"All zruzhs waitin azz thingsw LRWNU SALMOND --------'--'------------------ Gffmd Raplds
JQHN CATE ,,.,,,--.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,Y,,,4,,,.,,----,,-,-.,,, Cedar "ln exeellent student and an earnest worker"
F. C. A., Radio Club
"Win and slow, they stumble that go fast"
JOHN W. IVIACVICAR ..........,............. Inwood, Ont.
wmv Bsmr ......,,,,, ,.,,., ............,.,,,..,.. M 3 plc City SYM Alpha Delta
F. C. Al, Radio Club HSiZenre is goldenu
1'Ma11y a rose wastes its perfume on the
JOHN XvITTON ....,.. ,................ ...... H a ncock
BENNETT BLAKE ....,.,...,......,................,, Carsonville Orchestra
"Radio is my middle namey' uT!IUIlgll curious, yft eager to learny'
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RUSSELL ANDERSON ........ ....... ...,............. B r unswiek
"It is hard to bf xeriouf'
DONALD J. RICHARDS ...... ,... ........ ..... . . . Port Huron
Phi Epsilon Alpha
"Tomorrow is far away, to-day is hnf, use it"
XVALTER THOMAS ......................... L ........ Big Rapids
"A jolly good ffllowu
H. I. HAYDEN .................,............................ Detroit
'Al :hall not wholly die"
CHARLES L .ROWE ..............,................. Big Rapids
Phi Epsilon Alpha
"An ex-doughboy and a fins scout"
RIARION WEATHERHEAD ....................,.., Port Hope
Masonic Club, Thumb Club
X ERNON HEDBURG ..................,................. Sycamore
"Bftte'r to laugh
Sigma, F .C. A.
than to bf sighing"
ETHELEEN PICKELL ............ ........ L eamington, Ont.
F, C. A.
'24 damsel with a bfwitching smilf'
MAY SENZEK ........................,. Minneapolis, Minn.
"A mairlen with
Semester, F. C. A.
a will of hfr own"
ALFRED J. KIMBLE ............................ Battle Creek
Phi Epsilon Alpha, Radio Club, F. C. A.
GUY M. FROST ............
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a triangle had any
"Kn0wledgz is thi' Jun of thy n1.ind" hypothzsis, lllr. Trfwisl'
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FOREST B. MOLINE.Al7X ............,.,,,..,,,.... XVolverine PIAZEL N. BRYENS .................,................ McMillan
Masonic DelVIolay Club. F. C. A. iiHHTd work is always rewarzlezf'
"The man from Wolverine" IRENE H- SANFORD -----4----4--------------'---------------- Flint
Sigma Alpha Phi, F. C. A.
HYDE T. PARKER-UAm--mmWm-MW---Port Huron '1Her smile can ne'er be forgotten"
HI believe a good salesman foulrl make FORREST DALY .,..---....---------'-4-.--------.-.---.'. Montrose
some money around ll6'7'K7, D VI 1
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'UI jolly goofl-naturezl chap"
Imm SUNDERLIN ....,...................,............. Arnheim
Ulf has been said that all the great 'men ROBERT CAMPBELL ----A-4-----------A--4- ----- Detroit
are dead, and I feel side myself" Phi Epsilon Alpha
HA man of mark"
ARTIIUR KEMPF ............................................ Holton I
UOIL flay most falm and briglzt RICHARD G' ATKINSON """ ""' """' Grand Rapids
I Gamma Phi Sigma
W "Some day I slzall pass an examination"
IQATIIRYN IL. DENNY .............,......., Bulfalo, N. Y.
F. C. A. IDA Nl. SMITH ............................ Farmington, Mo.
' "Kay, thou lzast 'wllllllllg waysu 'C'Vone name tlzee but to praise"
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FRANK R. GAVEY ...............,...... Glen Lyon, Penn. form DUHAMEI .............................., Grand Rapids
Masonic Club, F. C. A. Phi Epsilon -Alpha, Radio Club
"IIf'.v zz man, cvcry inch of himl' "A man of quick derisionl'
A' G' VINCENT ''""""""'"""""""'""""""" Lansing NEIL S. MJXCVICAR ............................ lnwood, Ont.
DCMOIIW Sigma Alpha Delta
HGMJ 1,11 bf glad when fm H 'mann "Quint, sedatf, a man of 'varied acfomplifh-
DIENA IJEKRYGER ........................,............. Fremont mmztjw
"Examinations are lotx of fun" LEONARD DEL? -,',DD--...4,-,---,'--,.-,----,------,'.-,-,.--- 10,-,ia
THOMAS R. NICGOUCJII .............. Newburgh, N. Y. F' C- Av Radio Club
Phi Epsilon Alpha "The forfe of hix own mcrit maker his way"
Hof a Wray IM gfgnfiijgd tht Blarney MAILGARET HARTWICK .................................... Alger
F. C. A., Y. XV. C. A., Knights of Serv-
NIARTIN ROUSH -----------.----------.-- ..-..-.-- L arising ice, Life Workers' Council
F- C- A- "The lziddrn .soul of lLt17'I710JlyH
HI low to sail on the :fa of Ziff"
JOHN OSOWSKI .............................................. Detroit
DAPHNE JAMES """"""""""""""""""" Big Rapids "Bfftfr to haw' lowrd and lo5Z'
"Big Rapid: i5 good' enough for me" than izfwr to haw low!! at all"
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LURENZ B. GUGEI ............,...,,,.,...,..., F rankenmuth I Wm I Kcnmlm Ohio
F C X 2- 'AHL' leaves a trail of broken heartsy'
"The world belongs to theqariergeticv JOHN C. SCQTT -'--A.-.---V-Y-----,--,----------- Grand Rapids
., Phi Epsilon Alpha, Dclvlolay Cluh
XVALTER SHELDON ................,, Q...2 ................,.... Alger ffybday 55 hmx mv, ,Moy it"
Sigma Alpha Delta,.1Q,of S Cluh, F. C. A.
MHZ Hvmwk aiagirkfd bows: GRANVILLE POTTER ,...,.,......,..,,...,..,.,..,,... Bay City
it 4 'f Phi Epsilon Alpha
' "Life is an serious proposition'
LENA BICKEL ..,..................,..,.,.,,.,.,,. Frankenmuth
"What is life without friends" ELLIS FISHER ..,.----------------------A----.v----A-------- Detroit
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HARX'EY P. SICARD ....,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. Muskegon
Phi Epsilon Alpha, F. C. A., Radio Club VERNON GRAY -,---------'--'-'.---,----"-- Muskogcc, Okla-
'ZI good scout, without a doubt" , Haklahomfl if 12 IME way !'f0m hfffv
ROXIE PLETCIIER .........,.............,. .,,....,.,... C omins
JOHN MCCORMACK ......,................ ....... M ontrose F. C. A.
Demolay "The most magnijirent sign of wisdom is
"No one knew him by his wordsn rontinued eheerfulness
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'TRI-ZSSA L. BISHOP ....,.......,..,..... ........ l 'inconning ADELINIQ HILL ......,..........,............................ Brimley
F- C- A- seay. Y. W. C. A.. Life xvofkm' Coun-
"The reason frm., the temperate will, cil, F. C. A.
1' A in I U .
Luduranee, foreszbllt, strength and :lull UBIEM mth a tgmpgr whom, umloudfd my
C. W.. FINGERLEH-HUMmu-N-mm-mm-Ann Arbor Can make tomorrow cheerful as today
"He har a wourlerful u1zder.vtanding,' v .
Xrcrox RI-:IN ................................................ Detroit
JOHN ENGLEFRIED """""""'-"""""" Bogotav N' "It is a great plague to be too lrandxomel'
"Perset'eranfe is my motto" .
CLUTE JENSEN .............................................. Tustm
HARoLD C, ALLISON ........................ Grand Rapids 'lGeometry is elzop ,vuey for him"
l". C. A., Masonic Club. First Term Presi-
H dem' Rad? Club U W. B. KORPI ...v.......................................... Hancock
Knowledge 15 power
U. P. Club, F. C. A.
RI"rII Nl. ALLISON .......................... Grand Rapids ffgmall but gf'5fi,,,f"
F. C. A., O. E. S. .
"Il future Jllary Roberts Rl1,i11elzart" ROY JOHNS -..-----'v-.-----.-'---...vv--------.----.44-w-'---, Detroit
ELLA llokNI-:ss .......................... Nluskegon Heights Sigma Alpha Delta
Bible Class Clmlf "The company of a just and religioux man is
"Her mentality doth exeell, better than wealth and a rirlz estate"
I 1 ,,, 9, 1 0 2 4 ,SJ ., 2
O 1 5
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SM. -on rzmson and gold ---w- 1-ffg
JOHN B, NIL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,R,,,,,,Y,,,, Detrgit LOYAL D. Hovr ....................................Y. Richmond
Treas. Senior Class. Second Semester Radio Club. F. C, A-.
F. C. A. HI I Q . t,,
"AV man of big izleasl' g on in Mgiwimi
LEW BLAKFSLEE ,,,-.-'-,--------,,,-,-,------,-,----A-- St, Johns ANGUS BELDING .................,..,..................... Onaway
F. C. A- Phi Epsilon Alpha, Vice-Pres, Students'
'lllfepest waters malee least din" Biglc Classfxglgss Efliflfif, 5118811415 Of
crvice. e . fig t e ating
P. B. Gnurrizv ..,...,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,.,,...,.....,,,,,,,,,,, Detroit Club, Pres. First Term
Gamma Phi Sigma, Fflotball, Basketball A'Suffess is assured to thee, Oh Angusl' 3
"I exist as I am, that is enough"
ELYMAS R. EUPHIEMIA Mliclwrvns .... .........,,........ I 'ort Huron
Sigma Alpha Delta, Football, F. C. A. k of S Llubf Y' W' C' Av F' C' A'
Radio Club "Service is her freed"
IERRIEN VAN DELLEN ....,,.,,..,..,...,.,,,...., Falmouth F A HOLMES Detroit
, I, too, am untravzslatable
"If you need ariytlzzng-see ferry"
ELIZABETH CARMAN--mmMN-Wu-W---M-Mecosta XVALTER SCHLECHT ........,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ann Arbor
Phi Epsilon Alpha, Class Treas. First
F. C. A
"The flower of sweetest smell is shy Term' Football' F' C' A'
mzzl lovely" "Wlzr1t's the use of dfrownirzgu
'7 ar f 3 I 9 2 4 Q 14. S
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W- ' ff- 1 an 'Q F ,. 1'.-
rv A V i ' ' A:.,'35'g:.i f 356
gfsne-. F-eu rzmson and gold --mf , -A-Q
I.ixwzu-:xca THOMAS ............,..................... Dearborn Joux E. H.xRviE .....,........................,......... Saginaw
Sigma Alpha Delta Secretary. Senior Class, First Semester
l 121 man of couragf, also full of faith" Masomc Club' F' C' A'
' UH: has an engaging personality"
'ALFRED j. KIEMLE .....,.,..,................. Biattle Creek 7
Phi Epsilon Alpha, Radio Club, F. C. A. ORRIN MCQUAID ---------------4----------4------------- P0Hti3C
"Human Naturf is his playground" Phi EPSHOU Alpha
W "Fair: would 1 climb, but I fear to fall" 5
Liwxanxciz A. SMITH .................................... Byron
President, Life Workers' Council ELNA DAKIN ......................,,.,..,r,, .,,,,., ,,,,..,,, D e gmir
"A second Billy Sunday" "Al :weft attractive .fort of grave"
l XYM. H. BURLINGAME .........,..........,....... Ann Arbor
Phi Epsilon Alpha, F. C. A. W
"Oh Geomftry, crlzere if my rrfrlif' l
Wh- -- 3 --v -v g I 95 4 if - --Wrqygrxlgy
QW- eh- rimson and Qold --Q1 W"
Sen ior Class History
liarly in September 1923 all students of the College l'reparatory depart-
ment who expected to graduate in june 192-l were called together in room one
by Mr. llasselink for the purpose of organizing the Senior class. Nomina-
tions were made for the offices of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treas-
urer and Class Editor. Karl Stiles was elected l'resident3 May Senzek, Vice-
Presidentg John liarvie, Secretary: XValter Schlecht, Treasurer: and Angus
llelding. Class Editor. Mr. Stiles immediately appointed committees for
entertainment and other functions of the class. It was decided at a subse-
quent meeting that the Class colors should be blue and gold.
The Class enrollment was unusually large and a spirit of co-operation and
harmony pervaded the organization. Many of the members had been juniors
the year before and consequently were imbued with an excellent school spirit
which was soon communicated to the new comers, thus making an enthusi-
astic pcrso-nnel which insured the success of all activities of the class.
The annual Junior reception was held in Music Hall, Friday evening,
November 2nd, at SLCO P. M. The entertaimnent committee tastefully decor-
ated the ltall with streamers and festoons of blue and gold and provided an
excellent orchestra. The guests had arrived by 8:30, when the program
commenced. The class was fortunate in securing Mr. Clark and Mr. Nasse-
link as the principal speakers of the evening. Mr. Stiles gave the address of
welcome. Mr. llleleniek, President of the -luniors, responded with a short
speech. Miss Hartwick favored the gathering with a piano selection which
was followed by very imei-estiifg and highly instructive talks by Mr. Clark
and Mr. Masselink. These men stand high in the estimation of the class as
does the entire corps of instructors of the Institute, to whose untiring efforts
in the interests of the student body and steadfast devotion to high ideals
much of the success of the school as an institutgin of learning is due. Games
and an hour of dancing followed the speeches. Delicious refreshments of
punch andwafers were served. The gathering broke up at 11:00 P. N., all
present feeling that it had been an evening well spent.
After the holidays officers were elected for the second termf These are
as follows: Norman Randall, President: Xvllllillll T. Stickley, Vice-Presidentg
Orrin McQuaid, Secretary: -lohn Nil, Treasurer: and .Xngus lflelding. Class
-V -V 9 2 W
UU,-P Gb! I Q 4 PQ 1,5 D
y rzmson and gold
' It is the consensus of opinion of the class that the year '23-'24 has been
one of the ,most successful from the standpoint of. class activities and class
co-operation in the annalsof the Institute. 'Now every member is looking for-
ward with eagerness to graduation time with the Guerdon of the long desired
'fsheep skin." But when we come to the parting of the ways in the halcyon
days of June there will be many a sigh of sincere regret for the friendships
formed here and the many kindly deeds and considerations received from
teachers and fellow students alike. In the years that are to come long after
the portals of our beloved school have closed behind us, as we toil up the
windingitrail of the future toward the mountain of achievement and human
endeavor, we' shall recall the 'happy memories incident to our stay atlFerris
Institute, our' real Alma Mater, which is a lasting monument and tribute to
the memory of its revered founder, Senator Woodbridge N. Ferris.
Karl Stiles - - - - President
.May Senzek - - Vice-President
John Harvie - - - - Secretary
VValter Schlecht - - Treasurer
G Angus Belding - - - - Editor
Norman Randall ---- President
r William T. Stickley Q - Vice-President
Orrin T. McQuaid, - - - Secretary
John Nil ---- - Treasurer
A G. Angus Belding - - - Editor
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WM. H. GAnLAxD ......,.....,,,,........,. Iron Mountain CRETA BLAKELEY ....,.,,.....,............ v ...........,,...... Flint
President Masonic Club F C A Secretary and Treasurer of Pharmics
9 1 ' ' ' F C A
'AHe shows what a real man tan ben if i i i
Her way: are ways of pleasarztness,
And all her path: are peacef,
FREDDIE PROBST ,.,.,,,.,,,........................... Middleton
ALBERT ATYEO .....,.,..,......,....,........... Plymouth, lll.
F. C. A. ,, . . . . . ,,
n He 15 wue, 1f I can judge hzm
UBle5.veal 15 he who invented deep"
WALTER S. LUNDAIIL ................,,,..... South Range
HORACE KOHN --------VYV--,YDDQDQ,,...--------.---,---,,-'- Mesick Eskirgro Cluilii EiblE?gassFRgdiRClub
A ,M . U , V xgma pa ea, . ..
Hg bglmufj that mmmty U ffuffmd by ulllan delights me not, nor women either"
.vleepzng under a rrazy quilt
FRANK B. XVASZEVVSKI ,..................,............ Detroit
EINO TOPPILA .....-..----..................-...---,.... Ishpcming Catholic Club, F. C. A.
"That whirh we aequire with the mort HFHU ZOWSF wwf hir lfflgl'-f, and full lf'i'nH
difjifulty we keep the longestl'
SAMUEL XVEINSTEIN ,.,,..............,...,.,,.... Big Rapids
NELL1E CASS .................................... Harbor Beach , F' C' A' ,,
F C A Hlt 15 better' to learn late than never
Hdlwayx ready and glad to aid, HUBERT VVU-LS ----'-----''----------------'------------' Hastings
Of .meh .rtuj friends are made." "Oh girlxf look me 0 er"
J' 7 'L
Umar ' P2 I Q- 4 'Q' mhz,
...,- V v. -- W Y - V f--aww ,- N am -- -LV Y-17 ,
sfffrw me wo- rzmson and old Ho- 1-rf?"
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IAQK NICX,ELIA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,, Detroit HAROLD IQNIFFEN ............,A....... ,..... . WMI. Pleasant
Gamma Phi Sigma F' C 'A'
H ' H "On their own merits modest 1nen
I know I am solid and sound If bw
GEORGE GEKRARD """"" j """""""""' jnolmmagon IXAARVIN G. SPAYDE ..A....................... Bloomingdale
Bible Class, Esknno Club, Chorus F. C. AN Sigma Alpha Delta! Football,
"If you must talle, say lzttlen Basket Bally Deylolay
'24 little nonsense now and then is relished
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RICHARD IJENO .,.............,....,.. ......., S tanton A M wmijt mtm
F, C, A, LEONARD BEREAN ........,...............l............... Nlorlcy
'fllfisrlom is the highest aehievenzent H . . ,,
of many, .1 stuzlious mind 1s ez'e1'e1'zdf'1zt
PRESCOTT STIMSON ......,............................. Davison
Xv1LI.IA5I KOL,4NDER ..,.,..,...,........ White-more Lake H Sigma AlPha Delta
F C A R d. I b Long afterward, in an oak, I found the arrow,
V ' 'L 'f a lo C u still unbroleef'
"I envy no man that knows more than I, IRVN G MOORE FHS
l'v ,' lf' l' A " "ig """ """"" Q """"""""""""' J 3
but pity the man that cnous less Nhsamc Club? P. C. A.
"Be gone, dull fare. Thou anal I shall
PAUL HAwEs ..,. .....,,,..,..,..,...,............,,...,..,.... P anna wwf ggrpf-"
F' C' AR Radio Club CEDRIC T. CARPENTER .................... Cedar Springs
HNo11sf11se and study do not agree and I F-C-Af
am sure the former is not in :nfl 4'.Yot mueh talle, just one grand sileflrf'
72193-V --f-- f-'H A- 'gg I 9 2 4 ,gg -'-7-H '----- --ff Y' -' f -- 1453 5
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S"-i. .QM rimson and gold Ho- "MQ
L.-UVRENCE li. Blsnov ....,.,.,........,........ Big Rapids VVALTER J. BEIIRENS ....,,.........,. ........ H udsonville
Phi lfpsilon Alpha, Nlasonic Club f FLA' h
M , , I "I slfpt' and zireanifzi that hfz' was hmzztyg
If 1005 WWF 5U?Vff0"1,Ul1ffl0ld f1'10fhlf7' I awoke and found that Ziff was duty"
. o omou v 1 .
W. I. BR.-XAMSE ............,.,.....,............... Qoopersvillc
ALFRED DIETRICII ............,.,,,.... ....... K alamazoo F- C- A-
F,C,A, flu athlrtif sports hz does exrellg
H . . . ,, fluff sihrr thf mark hz hits so wfll,
1XlIOYL'ZE!2lgt' ronzfs, but wzsdom lmgfrs Hi! aim in H!-K?-Ah., who mu NIP,
HAROLD C, BROGAN .,..,,.,,.,,,,............,, Stockbridge ORREN L-1BARHER "-'--"" "'-'-'-"-- '-'---'--" R OSC City
. Fedora Board, Masonic Cub, F. C. A.
Catholic Clubf F' C' A' Vice-President Sigma Alpha Delta
'Alf his name wfre only Rudolph-" Vice-President Pharmics
v v "Thf grfaffst art of an ahlf man is to
X ERA NIUTCH ------,-----------,-4-.---------,-,- West Branch know how to ronrml his ability'
Mln truth, shf is gflllklf and milzil' GRANT AHRENS ,---.A,.---------,A--,-,-.-...-------v Newberry
, . lfskimo Club, hlasouic Cluli, F. C. A.
RAY bCIIMI-ILZER .......................................... Detroit W. . ,
t . t lut, tut, my mang thc g1rls wont
all warm frzznd, and zu fun a good .YC01lf', hurt youll
PIIILLIP S. GIQIER .....................,..... ........... C harlottc IXENNEFI """' """" ig""E"'iLanSmg
, rcsi cnt .arnuc ass, . .f.
F- C- A-7 llflasolllc Club DcMolay, Sigma Alpha Delta
4'For sure 710 mommzts bring 115 mom -l'00tlUall- Basketball V
fozztmzf, U 'lSt'mdy and qzzift, staunrh and Hue,-
Than those iu plmszng study spfntl' The best of frimzzfs to mf and youl'
'alma-----'Y-ff'f - f"'- A-mffw--Q I 932 4 fs 'tus'
fu-,I -4,-I rimson and gold --Q'
CLOYCE JAMES ,,,,,,,,,,..A..,.................,,..,.... Mt. Rose HAROLD MEccIsoN ................, ........ C harlevoix
F. C. A., DelVlolay F'C'A'
U ' I "' ' ' 7, . . .
Hg SWIM "g'1"'lff MN uornu "Strong in will and earnest in endeavor"
RAYMOND WATTS ..........,...........,........, .... N orthville .
F. C'Av LLOYD C. SWOGGER .......................... Grand Raplds
"Greater men than I may have lifoefl, but Phi Epsilon Alpha, F. C. A.
I doubt it Yoifll be richer in the earl, than a prince"
GRACE COLLINS ........................................ Frankfort if you ff a fnfnd
Masonic Club, F. C. A. F M A S ,
"In 'melnner mild and in 'wisdom wise, RAIXUS A DAM? """'""'"""""""""""" agmaw
llll kinds of goodness in her eyesu Cathohc Club, F. C. A.
F C A ' miserable boolesw
IWW Slow' FUN 'WW NIILFORD PORTER ,.......... ..,............................ K lilford
KARL JOHNSON ------------------------------------------------ Hart Editor, Pllarmic Class. F. C. A.
H Y F'C'A' . 'lNobo1ly would suppose it, but I am
Ogflfltgff Tf' ?0ffbufIff,wf1,glf W may naturally II baslzful man"
4 ime is as a-ilymg.
BENTLEY J. PARLIAMENT ----A-------'-,,------ Rose Cin, VVILLIAM L. DOBROWIC .............................. Detroit
"He is only great who has the habits HWl1en you are good to others, you are
of greatness" always best to yourself'
5 V I 9 T.
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ALDO HUI.IEN ,,.....,.......,..............,........, St. Lharles
"fl littlff flaring now and tlzfn
I5 rflixlzfd by the but of 1nf1z"
CARL G. GULIsR.xNsm: ....... T .....,.,....,.,. Mcuommee i
Eskimo Club. F. C. A.
'4lVfele in, wack out, you fan lzfar hi: '
JAMES T. LEHAX, JR ...............,...,......,.... Saginaw V
F. CA. Y
"0lzf why should liff all labor be" 1
JOHN F. PESTA ............................................ Detroit
F, C. A.
'gzllurli stuffy is zc'mri11f'.v5 to the flfslf'
if 9 ii
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Pharmacy Class History
Sept. 3-School opened with a Hbangl' in the Pharmacy department, the
total enrollment being one hundred.
Sept. 14-First class meeting held, Laurence Bishop acting as temporary
chairman. The following officers were elected:
Secretary and Treasurer-Leonard G. Limpach.
Oct. 19-The fall dancing party was given by the Pharmics at the
City Armory. The great event of the evening was the Grand March which
was led by Mr. and Mrs. Parr. The dance was thoroughly enjoyed by every
Oct. 24-Mr. Farquharson was awake all Prescription period.
Nov. 9-The beginning of the end for the short course students, the
Pharmic Smoker. The party began with a theatre party at the Colonial, after
which a snake dance was given on Michigan Avenue, a dance which ended at
Juds'on's Hall. A luncheon was served, followed by a short program with
talks by Messrs. -Tones and Parr. The smoker ended with a boxing match.
This smoker and its accompanying good time will be remembered for a long
Nov. 19-Fifty-fo-ur Pharmics left for Grand Rapids to write the State
Board. All the other Pharmics were at the depot to see them off and wish
them success. Thirty-two were successful.
Nov. Z0-Where did that loaf of hard bread come from? Ask Art Foster.
Nov. 28-Our President left for Vlfashington, D. C. All the school was dis-
missed and paraded down Michigan Avenue, then out Maple Street to the
depot. Here the lines separated to permit Mr. Ferris, Mr. Masselink, and
Mr. Travis to march between them to the train. Mr. Ferris was presented
with a silk flag and Mrs. Ferris with a bouquet of flowers.
We certainly have missed the Senator, especially at morning exercises.
Dec. 21-Most of the Pharmics dispersed this day to be home for Christ-
I ,,,,I924Qf B
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Jan. 2-Twenty-six new students enrolled.
Jan. 10-First class meeting of this term. The following-officers were
elected : .
Secretary and Treasurer-Creta Blakely.
Jan. 14-Nine of our Pharmics left to take the january State Board ex-
amination at Detroit. Seven of these were successful.
Feb. 15-The Pharmics held their mid-winter ball at the Armory. Chap-
erons at this party were Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Parr, and Mrs.
Masselink. This was the most extensive party given in the school this year.
The release of a large number of many colored balloons furnished the' excite-
ment foz the evening.
March 14-The night of nights, the Pharmic Smoker. This date also
closed the basketball schedule and in accordance with the Pharmic challenge
we attended the game one hundred per cent. strong, with pep and enthusiasm
heretofore unknown' at Ferris Institute. In the preliminary contest the
Pharmie team handed the Juniors a decisive drubbing, the score ending 28 to
2. Led by the All-Pharmie Band, we snake-danced to the Victory Cafe where
refreshments were served, followed by an exceedingly fine program. The
feature of the evening was the reading of the Class Prophesy, which had been
compiled by Mr. Gulbransen. L
March 15-Settlement with the program committee by Mr. Porter and
Miss Collins for improper seating arrangement.
March 17-The Pharmics left for Grand Rapids to write the State Board.
We all wished them success at the depot.
M. G. PORTER, Editor.
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Pharmzc Sense and Nonsense
Common sense is about the only article not being advertised.
Hulien: Were you bashful the first time you called on a girl? '
Stimson: Yes, but her father helped me out and I've been traveling ever since.
The ladder of life is full of splinters, but they always prick the hardest coming down.
Kohn: Sometimes you talk to me as if my head were solid ivory.
Mr. Parr: Why, Kohn, do you think it as valuable as all that?
Virtue lies in the struggle not in the prize.
Miss Blakely: Don't bother meg l'n1 wrapped in thought.
Bill Braamse: Don't go out doors, Honey, or you'll catch cold.
Love is the life of illusions, marriage the death of them.
Toppila: Say, Burch's don't need menu cards when Swogger works there: his apron
Business sweetens pleasure, and labor sweetens rest.
l Porter: I wo11der why a girl can't catch a ball like a man. l
Miss Lolhns: Oh, a man is so much bigger and easler to catch.
However dull a woman may be, she will understand all there is in loveg
However intelligent a man may be, he will never know half of it.
Spayde: Are you sure your folks know l'm coming home with you?
Rumsey: They ought to. I argued with them for a whole hour about it.
Being in love is like eating hash, you must have a great deal of faith to enjoy it.
Gerrand: Do! you mind my singing? W
Atyeo: No, I used to work in a saw mill.
Wit is the salt of conversation, not the food.
It seems unreasonable, but the head never begins to swell until the mind stops
. l Jones: Now you have given us the Latin name, what is the source of Serpentaria?
, If height were mouth, Waszewski would be able to sing a duet. i
Every year is leap year for the pedestrian. 1
Watts, writing letters to "Dad," has the touch system nearly to perfection.
VVhat's the difference between a pill and a hill?
A hill is hard to get up and a pill is hard to get down.
A rolling stone gathers no moss, but a rolling pill makes up for that loss.
Mr. Jones: What is the antidote for mercury poisoning?
Mr. Carpenter: Isn't it egg shell?
A nation's cup of life is the pestle and mortar.
Mr. Jones: What is Pb. plaster used for?
Griffendorf: It is a preparation for joining lead pipes.
Mr. Parr: What does Mg CO3 stand for?
Mr. Kohn: Manufacturing Company.
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' FIQAXNCES XI. Yiwox ....,,....,,.,..,.,..,.....,,.., llancrmcl: FRXNCFS SKI-TB.X.1, .......,.........,.,.....,., ..,,,, , .Ccdar
1- . V y I -1 -x 1 1 I l i
V I. L. X., W. B. .X,, Ldlllllllk. Llulu N Latlmhc club
1 HMM Jays 'Hill' 11zz11'l1, lllfl' llllllkj tim 111015 . ' - 5
hL1lflCj' 15 llm 1111111 who pzcky H115 lowfr'
f T, A. lim' ..........................,.....,.......,........... Dctrwit
Ulf fwry llflllf in .frlzool is 'wr11'!l1 61 dollar,
1'm gl lllillifjllfliffw lJ,xuM,xk JALONLN .,...................,..,.., Oakland, Cal.
llImIXII0l,D F. Sci1Mr1"r ..,,...,,.........,. FI'E1UliC'I1lTllllll F'C'A'
".ll11c'l1 'zc'i.vdo111 !ll'M'!13'5 gow fflfll '21 77lZ7'l'j' 115111-t that laughs at rar?
- Il, D, BIANCIIARD ...,,.,......,...,................,... D6trOit HCJNX'.-XRD HILLIER ...........................,........,,.,.... Flint
A'Blancl'1" 1, . , -,,
HAUHIM HW most U11 todays, lhen' J 110 511611 uorrl as fml
, , , . Y " N. BIS ................. .......,. l , 'Y
XX11,L1ln1 L. CJQULD ...,..Y,....,,.,......,.....,,,,.... Detrolt Kmk HKS ansml'
clilllllllll Phi Sigma. Joke Iiditfmr. DcX'lolay
H110 zlotlz .vlzow 11111113' sparks that 11111
inrlffzl lilef wit"
"Polilf11f5s C0515 110tl1i11g and 14111:
lXlIl.DRED JAQUES ,.............,...............,......... Saginaw
SYINESTLQR F. A1c'1'M.xN ....,......................... Detroit
"Kclly,', Radio Club
HI 11111 .vo llllijl cwry zluy
I 1111-:'f11't any timf to play" "fl 77If'l'I'j' l1f11rt 1'111tl1 Jllfu
Life lvorkers, Council
J 4' wiggle --ext'
Ulu- " 41 '3O
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Hmm Irmmzxua ,......,....,,,,,....,., Sault Src. Nlaric XIILDR1-:D P-YVUN ......,........ .,... ---AA-- 1 'X lmffllf
Hljff is xzzrfly worth li'z'ing" FICA'
- Hllfl' Izfart was as opml 115 flu' day
Rom-:RT XYANKE ,...,,,,,.,,.,,.,,.A...,....,,,,.. I Inward Clty
Hfr vfffliaags all furry tum"
HI !1!l'Uf? 50 Hlllllj' things In do
I dozft know' zcfzfu I Jim!! XXI' f!I7'O1ltif!I.7
GEORGE C. ENLJLEFRIED ........,......, Danvcrs, Mass.
VV,xL'rrgR IC. KECK ....,,......,....,......,.,...,..... Rochester DCM01355 RHCU0 Club, NIHSOYUC Club
A117156 worldly, but not u'o1'I1fIy cvzsf' I . . C I . V
"Tim wzmzfr 15 he who gzws lnmsflj
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FIQRN AWREY ....,.............,.,...............,.....,,.... Detroit up fo hw work
Life XYOrkcr's Council. I". C. A. Y, XYQQLMAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,, Highland Park
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1'Virt11r' ix lwr Inst f!7'i'ZJ'M Dldf
"All tlzf bmi tlzzngs are 7'KI7'l'H
XI,x1:Y XYANSOEST ,.,..... .....,,,,.,.... . .. ,....... Hclmfmt . .
I,r1,I.mN BRAr:Nul.E ..............................., Bug Raplds
F. C. A.
HXUI for lzfrxflf, but for Izfr zmflf'
"JI1zf11 wixrlum gory with fl'TC'f'.Yf u'w'zfJ' V
NIICIIAEI. N. hmm ....,................,.......... Buchanan
CLEOTA CUNKLIN .....,.........,..,......... Traverse City "Mike"
F.C.:X. Gamma Phi Sigma, Catholic Club
"fl fmrzl i'C'Ol'A'l'7 rcfflu lu-il! sown' day rfrlp 11' L' A" Radlo Klub
II 7'f'ZUlII'!Iw Hllr lermuxv II lat, but :ayf but lifflfu
5 Q 7 4 'E
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10- rimson and gold E-fw' ff"'Qi
LAWRENCE LOZEN .....,,.,..,.....................,,..... Detroit JOHN F. Ni'JSTED'1' ..........,............. ......... X Vlliwhall
R. O. C. P., F. C. A., Junior Editor
, "We muff believe that thing: are pos-
"All great men are dying, ana' I rlon t jimi, bdon, Hwy mn bgwmg pouiblfn
feel wry well myself
I . JOHN FLEEGER ................... . .......................... Alpena
ALFRED " LEANNMS "''""""""""""""""" Denon 'fTlzere is a proper measure in tlzirlgxl'
'ffl jirm believer in facts"
PAUL K. LUDYVICK .......................................... IOI'1i3
CASPEK FURMAN ................ SChCYlSCtady, Y. Treasurer of Junigr Class,
"May he live long ana' prosper" "fl would-be Dr."
C1.XRL Scnumz ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Detroit ERWYNE MORGAN ----------------""-----""A-"' B13 Rapids
if ' ' ,Y
l'Wl1at slmll I :lo to be famou.v', All U not gold that ghitnj
Q . Curroizn ENGLISH ..........................,..... Middleton
GEORGE IL. BROWN ..........,....... ....... T oledo, Ohio H , ,,
,,JettiC,, Labor fonquerx all thmgs
PfCSidCIlT. of JUI1iUI' Class, F. C. A. FRED D' VANDERBERG' -.A--.-.-. -'---.-.---w,.. L ucas
"There is misellief in this man, uvann
But who would ewr think it?,' iKK1l0wlZ!lgf is power"
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Sfmt' 'OH 1'l1'l'lS01'l and "QI -- - ivfng,
We ' i
RALPH Ii. Nusnn .............................. Toledo, Ohio OLIVE BAILEY .......Y........,........................... Belmont
HKnute" Y. W. C. A., F. C. A.
yicc-President Junior Class! F. C' A' Hllozzesly ueezls rzo disguise or ornarnerztw
V i Basketball, Sigma Alpha Delta
"I am not bouml to wiu, but I am bourlrl LLAYTOTK HILL """"""""" , """""""""""' , ',"Lansmg
1 1 to bl, muff I have wasted time and labor
Q l RAYMOND O, ISOLA ,...,,..,,..,.......,.,...,.,,...... Calumet JOHN F- NEAL --------------------'------ --'------ B HY City
"All seems beautiful to me" F. CKA.
-I um. G. COOK-U-ummmmmmM-M--mm---OWOSSO "Many things strike him as funny and
sigma Alpha Delta 'lf' flow itil
"find 'low I 'ffm' -llnishfd my wmkw Josiapu A. HOMER ..,.,,...,,,...,.,,, Breckenridge, Pa.
GILRIOUR E. WINN ............................... ,.... 1 'ontiac Sigma Alpha Delta
'lHelll live ou the capital of
Phi Epsilon Alpha, DeMolay well jpgnt youth'
'lSo long as fate permits, live in '
I Z ,, M. E. Rmavrzs .,..,.......,.......,,....,................... Detroit
e ieerfu ness H 1 . , H
.Nothing ever worries me
NAOMI WATSON --------------------'- v ------------------- Pomlac XVALTER CL MAGNUSON ......................,......... Amasa
"She flourishes under the will of God" Hlmlustry leads to success"
il 1924 E.
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XY,xLD0 FURS-rgxigugtp ,,,,,.,. ..,.. , ,jQ,Q ,,,,,, Saginaw XY.XL'I'liR J. PE'1'r:RsoN ............ Scllem-ctady. X. Y.
'X K' 'S . ,.
Phi EpsilonXAlphz1 "Oh, zvlzfrf do I ll'l'l',l
'Allf fmzqufrs ZUlI0t?01JII'lH'I'5 lzizzzseljw Q l
Gunnar: A. Gno'roB0ULos .....,..,,. ..,... l 'hnt
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, zzffzrr to Ill
PIICNRY W. ll0I.S'I'ROM1 ...,,....... ..,..... .,..... , , l.z1nrnnn I K
"l'he,1nm1 of ffcc' u'w'd5" KJLIYIER NELSOX ..............,,.,., Xlichigun City. lnd.
Nomu IQOLNDORI-'ER ....,.......,.........,...,..... Charlotte 4-jfwr Onward and upwmd-f
'lSl1f flirty with lzrr ouvz zvizzgf'
lXlAcK C. B.xRI.0W, JR ..,...,.............. Roanoke, Va.
FLDUN ll. clREVE ..,........,. ,..,......,.. L fnadilla, N. Y. hlfffl bfglm if llfflf f"0'1f'H
Il' C' Av catholic Gull l'il7FIE K1Xl.SBEEK .......,...........,........., Grand Rapids
it ' " ' V V U , . .
A Jtuzlnzt 44110 nttfnrls Io nzlsznfrx HA Othmg but Om. but U good Mmughy,
XVILLIAIVI ll. SIBLEY ....,,....,,.. ..,.,,... , ...,,, l Detroit Cl-ZCIL R. J.xQU1'r1I .............,...A,. Vllest Unity, Ohio
Phi lipsilon Alpha, F. C. A. F. C. A., Sigma Alpha Delta
"Tlm5f bf? jzut my Jzvzfinzfzzts, too" Hillrn of ffw words cm' mostly good IIZKIIH
gms' ra I U 3 4 fa "WS
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C, FRANCIS DEVET ..............................,.,... Fayette XVILBUR C. IIASTE .................... Greensburg, Ind.
. Phi Epsilon Alpha 'ANQ capital farns sufh intfrfst as
A'Nzf'er an izllf worrl doth hz spfalel' PHA-anal Culture
EVELYN CORY ,,...........,........,. Michigan City, Ind. ERMAN C- STRONG ---4---------------------'------------ Detroit
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Y. W. C. A., F. c. A.. secretary PM
Junior Class f'Ci11f thy thoughts no fU1lg7,lL'v
'24 hard worhfr and a willing llKlIJf'f,, HELEN A. DUBOIS-M-Ummmmmmumm-lm-Oscoda
JOEL VV. LANDON --'---YA---------'----,---.4--,4-4--,, --Detroit "The mildcst manners and the gfntlest heart"
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IO Z I X , ELLEN BOWMAN ..,..,...................... Houghton Lake
F. C. A., R. 0. Cliaitgrlunior i- ssistant Y. W. C' A., Life W-Orkefs Council
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4'Whatif1 did kiss ling I paid my tuition, I M5 lun 'what II hymn' no mom'
fiifiwf W no N5
- BEATRICE Muiuuv .......................................... L'bly
A T, ' ........................... ....... D t it , i
NNA FLLULR K ro Catholic Club, F. C. A.
F'C'A' HWith stones of hnofwlfzlgf gained by
"She is just that quift leinfl, whose hours of toill'
naturf nfwr variifsv
FRANK VVEA'i'HER1iEAD ................... ....... B ad Axe
lNIERR1"l'T XVILLIAMSON ,...........................,... Detroit F. CHA.
"Always at honzc' with thi' paint lJrush'y "Norm but thyself ran be thy pamllelw
5 . 1924 5
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The junior Class
Colors-Silver and Old Rose.
Motto-Not at the top but climbing.
Father Ferris sent out literature of all kinds, telling of the wonderful
opportunities of the Ferris Institute. The loyal sons and daughters of Ferris
lauded their Alma Mater to everyone they met. As a result, September l,
1923, there came to the General Office a mass of prospective students clamor-
ing for enrollment. Mr. Travis enrolled them. Mr. Masselink made out their
programs, and Mr. Van Dellen supplied them with books and other necessary
articles. Then the Junior Class was born.
The Class, as all classes must bc, was a mixture. Tall ones were seated
with short ones. fat ones with skinny ones, and bright ones with dull ones:
yet, they had one common characteristichthey were all after learning. After
years of being out of school, some of them came here with visions of a college
education. That is the kind of stuff that an American is made of, and our
junio-r Class is American in the fullest sense of the word.
From the very first. "Junior" has been synonymous with "VVork," hence
it was very hard to get organized. Classes came from seven in the morning
until four forty-hve at night and the Juniors were sometimes hard put to
prepare for all of them. Shortly after September first, however, a class meet-
ing was called and the following officers elected: John Maliniak, President,
Agnes Anderson, Vice-President, Evelyn Cory, Secretary, and Paul Ludwick,
just before Christmas the Juniors were all invited to a reception given for
them by the Senior Class. Old Music Hall never looked better and we were
treated royally. After some hne speeches by members of the faculty and the
classes and a piano solo by Miss Hartwick, games and dancing began. XVhen
the last dance had been played there was not a Junior but declared that it
had been a grand success.
Then came Christmas and all the junio-rs were more than glad to get
away from school and study for a week at home. Some of them were so de-
lighted to be home that they forgot to come back when they should. The
faculty was very kind, perhaps they understood from personal experience.
Some of the members, including our president, we regret to say, were
unable to resume their studies after Christmas, necessitating the election of
new officers. The second board of officers were: George Brown, President,
Ralph Nuscr, Vice-Presidentg Evelyn Cory, Secretary, and Paul Ludwick,
Treasurer. The class flower, colors, and motto were chosen at this meeting.
Hard luck rode hard on our path from the first of the year. A sleighride
was planned and even the day set, but "Old Soll' came out and made the
sleighing do the vanishing act. Our athletic department directed by Mr. Nel-
son played against some hard luck, but it is still a long time before june.
But, for all the reverses, we have met since coming here, we are very glad and
proud to be a part of the Ferris Institute and each individual is glad to be
in the Junior Class of '23 and '24,
M- av- rimson and gold -- -
'Twas early in September of 1923
VVhen we arrived as members in the junior Class to be.
At first, all seemed strange and new, and we were meek and
But eight months make a wondrous change in Students at F.
Our Junior Class was organized, our officers elected,
And the kindness shown by Seniors was more than we'd expected
The first four months right quickly passed, first one and then another
So Christmas week we packed our grips and struck for home
On New Year's Day, we all returned with life and vim anew,
All ready to dig in and work and prove ourselves true blue.
'Twas now time for election as the past term had expired,
So we voted on the ones to fill the place of those retired.
Our president is a hustler. He is always full of "pep",
And since George has taken office, our class has gained a "Rel
The meetings you will find are attended as a rule
By a large majority of the Juniors in the school.
Qur vice-president, Ralph Nuser, in athletics here doth shine,
For throwing balls in basketsseems to be right in his line.
Our secretary takes the lead in classes every day.
Yes, Evelyn is a leader in most every kind of way.
Our treasury was empty, as most treasuries seem to be,
But somehow Paul brought in the cash, just how we cannot s
Yet when he went for money, it always came in view.
You ask his
nationality P-Why, I don't know, do you?
on the cabinet whose to be mentioned here
Do you know him? Our editor this year!
gets his lessons, and all exams he passes,
of his teachers he sketches during classes.
The last one
They say he
There are many other Juniors here too numerous to mention.
Though some have been discharged and other threatened with suspension
Most all are making good, and our efforts we're combining
To live up to our motto, "Not at the top, but climbingf,
Some say, "They're only Juniors," and to this we all agree,
But if 'twasn't for the Juniors, how could the Seniors be?
So we try to fill our places and keep our aims hitched high,
Then in future we will ever be a credit to F. I.
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sw -on rimson and gold --fl 1-eff.
LENA Rowe ,.....,,. ..... ................,.......,..... B i g Rapids ANNETTE HALL ......,,....,.........,......... White Cloud
Occupation-Tickling the ivories. Occupation-VVorking over time.
Favorite Saying-4'Shall I bob itfv Favorite Saying-"VVhat did you say?7'
Activities--F. C. A. Activities-F. C. A.
NIYRTLE GATES ------------- , ----------'--'----- G rand Rapids IIARVARD STARKWEATIIER .......,.............. YVatcrvliet
OCCUP-HUGH-lVlak1ngi dates.. H Occupation-Swinging the clubs.
Favofltff Saymg-' 111 be IH at ten' Favorite Saying-"To learn more to teach
FIERMINE DoUcE'r'rE ..............,,.,....,,.... Big Rapids Kggifiticsm-F.C'A'
Favorite Saying-"Quit your kiddingf' -
GUY A. TREVALLEE .............,...................... Lansing
Occupation-Looking after a Junior.
- Favorite Saying-"That is done now."
ILLMA LEIITO ................,..........., - .....' .......... C hassell
Favorite Saying-"l'll bust you onef,
Activities-F. C. A., Eskimo Club. ICLGIA JENKS, ,--------,-- 1 -H'- I -'-------'----"- -,----- B Hffvwn
Favorite Saying-"Be gorraf'
Activities-F. C. A.
Activities-Catholic Club, F. C. A.
Activities-F. C. A.
lVIYR'I'l.E LAFoUN'rAxN ...........,,,...... Chester, Mont.
Favorite Saying-"Do you think sofw
Activities-F. C. A., Catholic Club, Bi.ANc:nE Hmzwoon ................................ Lnionville
Clceupation--Answering the 'phone.
CLAIR 'FRIPLE'I'T ........................,...,... Central Lake Favorite saying-"I presume so." .
Occupation-Resting. Activities-F. C. A., Y. VV. C. A., Life
Favorite Saying-"Sure, Mikef' Vtlorkers' Council.
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- OSCAR llucczms ....,,.. ,..,.,..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, lk fit, R056 1'IAZI2I. LUNDBORG ..,,....,,,............,..,..,.... Recd City
i Occupation-Driving south. Occupation-Flirtinpz. D
' Favorite Saying-"l'll say sof' Favorite saying-"'l'hat's the Way with
L ' Activities-F. C. A. me.'7
Activities-F. C. A.
5 Muay Coxxmz ,...,,,,,.,,,,,.,A.,. ,,,,,,,, I Iillman Ames L,xRsoN ....,.,,,.,.., I ,........ . ,............... ' .lfscaualva
, Occupation--Posing. Occupation-Beating the last bell.
1 Favorite saying-S'My graeiousll' , Favorite saying-"Now, see here."
, Activities-F. C. A. Activities-F. C. A.
I 1 V v H. R. NIEYERING ......,................................. .... L ucas
5 l'1l1IZABIi'1'H XI-ZLSON .... . ................. Battle Creek 0CCupati,,n-glanaging affairs.
P QCCHPQUOH-,Nllflfwzgms 019 Activities-F. C. A., Sigma Alpha Delta,
Ilahoflhe 5322103-iilllat IISPCHS Well-7, Favorite saying-A'Snre. thats rightf'
, ACUV1U9S'513mfl Alpha Plll- K of S, President Wednesday Night Debat-
' , . ing Class. President Normal Department.
l BESSIE KIIXFER """""" 1 """A"""""""" Blg Rapids CLVXRFNCF NI HARRIS .. Nluskegon
Occupation-Helping Lena. A ' -' Tl-dl? """'
Favorite savinv-"Wl1en's the next dance?" .ccunatlonf lm Wg Ulu Hung!
,XCm,itiCg414- E A Favorite saying-"ll1ats a fact.
A K ' Activities-F.C.A.
Im MOM-ACUR ----AA-------Aw--------r-'-xrr,--- ---4---- p Mis XIARY CUNNIINGHAM ..... I ............ 1 ........ Carson City
Occupation-Going home. QCCUD.3U0U'TVVC3f1US 3 dlfimfmd-. H
Favorite saying-"Oh, lleelclw I'3V.0UPe 521Ym2j"lUSf fi llfflc lm-
Activities-15' C. A. Activities--F. C. A.
Q - Imgxs Cixvaxmgcir .................. ....... N ew Buffalo
CORN!-ZLIA NlQLDE1l.....: ................................ Holland Deenpation-VVhispering.
Ueeup.zitionfGiv1ng eorvreet answers. Favorite saying-"l know it."
l'2lV.OUQC SHYITIZ-nBY,l1HliS-ii Activities-F. C. A., Secretary-Treasurer
.-Xetivities-l'. C. A. Normal Department.
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This is the first time in the annals of the Ferris Institute that there has
appeared a separate organization known as the Normal Class. In previous
years, students of the Normal Department were included in the classes of the
College Preparatory Department. Since organizing in January, our class has
made splendid progress. VVe know that those students who follow us will
boost the Normal Class, and make it a bigger organization than it now is.
The State now demands more training for those who would enter the
teaching profession. Practice teaching, under the supervision of Mrs, Mas-
selink. was added at the beginning of the public school term in 1923. So far.
forty-six students have completed this work. lllany of these students have
gone out to fill vacancies in the public schools.
Our number is continually changing. Old students are leaving and new
ones are coming in. To all of us, after we have taken up our work as teach-
ers, our experiences here will be very pleasant memories. XVe have had two
parties, and it is quite unnecessary to enumerate the many things which made
them a great success. Ask any Normal student. XVe will never forget the
second party when Mr. Masselink and Mr. Clark talked intimately about
their school days andabout the chances to render humanity a great service
It is the mission of Ferris Institute, as stated in one ot' the catalogues,
"to give to the teachers of Michigan, a broader view of life, to give them an
enthusiasm for their work, to give to them an uplift that will enable them to
carry to the boys and girls of our State, that which will make for manhood,
for character, for happiness." XYe will do our part.
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RUTH EVERETT ,....,..,,,,,,,,,,x,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, L ansmg
"Bly word if as good HJ my IJOHIZI,
Dom RACINE ................,..........,,,............,.,... Gwmn
F. C. A., Eskimo Club, Catholic Club
'lCo0d humor is thf lzfalth of tlzf soil"
NIRS. OLIVE KIDDER ................ ,.....,. K alamazoo HAZEL KINTZ .--'-..v U ',vV 0 ,,-.-'.v.,---.Y-.------- Big Rapids
F. C. A. F C A
"SM little drfafru, but worlm roiztirzimllyu .,MgthinkS 5hF'l,n.0lULV ME Ewing of
CANDACI-: Howl-: ....,,.....,.,,,..,,,,,.,.,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,, Allegan
'ABU d' I VIZ I I ,
1 mg iijgijgsggafffiz mmm LUELLA IXEMPF ........,.....,...,.... ....,. H olton
F. C. A.
AMANDA FNGSTROM ...........,... ,,,..l.,, B araga 'Tor :hr is juft tim quift kind whois
Ir. C. A. natzm' 11mw' waruv.v'V
"Nothing is iinpofsilzlc to i1111u5try',
LUcu,LE DJKYIS .........,.............,,.. ,.,,,..,.... l 'ctoskey
ANNE MA1i'FINE .......,,.,....,Y....,. ,...,., N urway F.C.A.
F,C.A. "fl nwrry lzfart umleftlz a f!ll'l'7'f1LZ
H1 am what 1 am" f0lH1fl'I1!l71f'l'u
MATXIEI FENNER ..,.,.,...,..,.,.,.,...,,,..., .,..,.. S t, Louis MARY IJRENT ......................,,,................. Muskcgon
l".C.A. F. C. A.
UTM' but of mf if rzliligenffl'
"1lIoa'f.fty if fl mnnllz' to thy mcritn
U gif! pi'
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HELEN NEESZ ,........................... ....... B ad Axe REVA LARSON ....................,.......,,..,.,..,.. Big Rapids
F. C. A. Catholic Club 4
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"De'z1out, yet cheerful, aetifue, yet resigizeriu A fmind U a Mmmi Ulf
LILLIAN MrXNILLA ........,,..,,.,,.,.,...., Thompsonville
VIOLA POCH ..........,.................,,. ...,.... R ogers City F- C- A-
F- C' A- RHEA O'MEAkA ....,,..,,.,.,..,,,...,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, O naway
"A maid of quaint and quiet wayf' Catholic Club
"fl winning way, a pleasant smiley'
ESTIIER lVIAKELA ,........,.........,........ Thompsonville
FCA. JAMES lh'IARTIN ,,....,,..........,,..........,... ' ............ O tsego
U , President Shorthand Dept., winter term
Be good, -Wfvft maui, 551111 lff who Business Mgr. Shorthand Dept., fall term
will be clever F'C'A'
"He eommaiirls the situation"
GRACE WII.COX ....,,..........,..........................,.. Alpena T O EH R ,d
, U L., L .......................,.....,...... ' '
'24 noble type of good, lieroze womanhoorl HE MA SON X api S
, "C tl l lf , t f ' rl"
LELIA M. BARNUM .......,,......... . ..,.... Whittemore M E of WMU, mfjiwn 0' mm
F.C.A. STANLEY LIPGINSKI .,.....,................ Louisville, Ky.
fillodexty is wommfs greatest 'virtuev "One of the nnfatlzomable fort"
l f fg.
, 2K,,+"" an I 934 rg ings'
..,..f...,.-.. . -..,,,,.-,.v-,Y.-v. V--.wr-..-.. 'V v-W .. v,.Y.....-....,.' --var. Y., .V . -.VV J, ,,,,- ,, W, ,
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1 GLADYS XYINCENT ..... , .......................... Big Rapids ALBERT Mcmxurgy .,..................................., Bangor
F.C.A. Radio Club, Masonic Club
W 'Ylf a still and .various disposition" f'Blf55i11g.v on ther, littlz' mann
HETTXE BALAN ...........,......,..,..............,....... Gaylord B, R ,d
1 . . ., 1 1 - ,,A,A-,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, s
' "Red 15 not her dangfr :zgnal ADA M' BERLER . lg api
' Masonic Club, F. C. A.
ELEANOR A, XVATSON .......,.....,,,....,, Breckenridge 4-jygf A-flapping g'fr fhg bond: of 1node5ty"
l Nlasonic Club
l '71'f1-1?-'1'f" if 'wvffh d0l'l8 df all if BHTRICE D Comm ,-.--,-A.,, '.,, ,.,,,,,, L u dingwn
N worth doing wall" 'A ' F C A
LEXEY FORTNEY .,.,...,.............,........,. Grand Haven UEHTVIFU Sffllfl' 1J10f1H'ff 7'f'-Wltfv
W F. C. A., Nlasonic Club
' Hllm' wry frozvm arf fairer far than DARIUS BUELL .....A..........................w..... Ur1iOH City
5"Ulf'5 of vfffff maldfllfh Business Nlgr. Shorthand Dept, winter term
C S U I Radio Club
LAM' MRIHOUV """'"""""""'""""""""' or ey 'IA mozifst youth with cool rffieftiorzs
F- C- A- rrowizfzf'
l Hfllll' thing is forfwr good, that thing
Minus Psnorrr .,........,.........,................... Bessemer
BRUCE NIACINTYRE ............,..................... Petoskey Eskimo Club, F. C. A.
i'f:7'Fl1fl'I' 171611 than I have li1'm', but I ".4.11d thy rtzfp fyrs, amid thr' gloom,
doubt it" Shzne hier' jfwflr 111 fl xhrozzztfl
A ,, ,.... .. ,,., ,,,,, , ,,- , - , 17 17 27- ,, ,YWY 9
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LILLIAN VVEIS .......................,... ....... F ennville ZELLAH GREENE ..................... ,..... , ....... N orthport
F.C.A. '40f an inquiring mind"
4'Good nature preeedes all wirtueu
ROBERT BYRNEA ...,...................,............... Reed City
EDNA CHASE ...... ............................. M t. Pleasant Catholic Club
F.C.A' "OM wlzy Jlzouln' life as labor l1e?',
'Tor men may come and men may go,
But I go on forever" EVELYN LULL .,....,........................ ........... L acota
U A v H yy
LEAN TM,LORm-mmmnmmUHmmmmm-Cheboygan I am sure rare 11 an e1zem3 to lzfe
".Yei'rr idle a moment, but thrifty and MYRTLE MCCOMB """" , '"""'""""""""""" yfskanee
tj,0ug11U'H10f 0tjM.,5ff A maui of qnzet way: was .vlze
v . NIYRTLE Y. TRUET ,,....,,,...... ,.,.,.. ....,., B a d Axe
LELAH LPTEGRAFF ...,..,...........,,. ,....... D HVISOH F C A
, , F' C' A' , , H HSpeefl1 is great, but .vilerzee if greater"
'ill only with me are preczous jfwelx'
U n IRENE NIILLER .,,., , . ............,....,.,.A...... Carson City
KIARL:,xRE'r HORGAN .,.,........,.,..,... ....,.... B lg Raplds Catholic Club
cfatlwllc Club 421 noble z4'o1nan,' be there n higher
4'0lJ5rr1'a11t, .vtudiozzs amz' perfewriazgu tribute?"
"' ...,,,,W,,,,,....-, 9 -, E Y 3
L,',,a- - -'-f-'rw ,Jn I 95-4 fi - -cum D
.5 r 1
7" ' V- - . 'Hin - .--I-mug
wo- rimson and gold ---w
MABEI, IQEMPF. ,....,,.,....,..,....,..,. .,..,,. H olton ANNA PETERSON ..,,, ,. ,,.,.,.,,,.,,.,....,,.......,.,., Cadillac
F. C. A. HI chattfr, fhattfr as I gov
"She haf a mammr all hm' own" A. C' BROOKS--MM'NNNNNmWWHmm----------Lansing
"Ono may :mile and :milf and still
LUCY CORCORAN ..............,.......... ,.,.... I ngalls lib' C1 Ullldlnv
- ' F.C.A. . .
, . . ETIIEL DALZIEL .....................,....,.....A.,. B13 Rap1ds
"A marry hsart, an honfxt, 50b6'7' mmd' F'C'A-
"Life is Mal, life if farnfxtn
CARRIE NORRIS ,.,..........,,........... ...,.. H csperia . .
F C A ETIIEL lNflCDONAI.D ..., ,,..,..,...,. .....,....... M a msuque
' ' ' F. C. A.
cw ' H , F vu
HM hood 1-mf ffm H0 lax 'IOM' todays and yesterdays are thf
blockx with which wr buildu
! FLORENCE CARLISLE .,.,...............,....,,.... Charlevoix
MARION JIBSON ,.,...............,.,...,......,..,....... Fremont
'f.4lwm'.f of ood Ellfffv 1
1 ' 'g Y. W C. A,, F. C. A.
' R C K C I "Silfnrf is morn muxiral than words"
OMAYNE . ENT .,....,.,.E,.,..,,....E,..,.,E....,,.,., oon
' Y- W- C- Aw F- C- A- OI.IX'E TURNBLOM ....,..........................,..,,,. Cadillac
" 'Tis not in mortalf fo command Jurrfss, "Tl1fre'J a little ol the mflanrlzoly
But will do more-u'z"ll dfxfriw ilfl flcnzent 111 hor"
l I 5 il I
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LE . EC EI
7. of Q "F F F ,
-on 'rzmson and gold HQ-
LUQILE KURTZ ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, : ,,,, ,.,A,, ,.,,,,,., G I annie joixxxx Ro'rTMlxN ....,...........,........,..,....... Fremont
F.C-A. "Deeds, not 'worqlsl'
'Tor life lives only 5Zl6'CL'S5U
ki! FANNY SUXDQIQIST ,,,,,,,,,. . .,,,,,,....,,....,,....,.....,. Paris
. Y Y
GUNDA NARDELL1 ------------ --------'--'----- Norway filly favored temple if rm humble heart"
Catholic Club, EQQBIXHO Club, F. C. A.
"To be nzerfjywlneit becomes you, for Xomu DINE ............., .l,....,....... . ..,..... K larion
out of queytfon you were born F C A
under a merry :tar
UT0 judge tlzix maiden right, you well
EM1LY BEACH ....,........,.....,............. ..,.,... B ad Axe muff Mow llffv
F. C. A. A
HU ity: Jpffdy gm, it 1,0 my HAZEL Bass ........,........ ..........,,......,,..... B oyue Clty
'ililee zz bee slze works all tlze dayl'
HAr'11E RANDALI ,.,....,....,,,....,, .,,A,, K Iio l
F.C.A. ' FRANCES ESELTINE ,...............,.,,..,,............ Cadillac
"What sweet delight o quiet Ziff djllfdiv Sigma Alpha Phi
i'll'lzy are you flmsing me?"
IRENE COLLINS ,,,.............,,.......l.....,,.. ,,,..,.,, C adillac
Catholic Club, F. C. A. IJOROTIIY CARLSON ....,.,.................,....... Dollar Bay
"Kindly in rli.vpo.vition" "She is faitlzful in all that Jlze Joey"
J' 7 74
Uv,-3" Z I U-:V 'I PS3 'Wrga
fm -on 'rimson and gold 1-Q'
EUGENIA GIFFEE ........................ So. Milford, Ind. HELEN ANTHONY ..........,,....................,,.. Ludington
"I haw no other but a wornanh' rfasonl' F.C. A.
A'Let 710 man fleceiw you with vain words"
l NIARIE RIAN ......,.........,,...........,,.,..... Pittsfield, 111.
.Hwy swf' ,jfffja fig Zvf'5f,4u, fm, Jmm STMHAGEN ..........,..,... ....... 12 ilswofrh
' Y. W. C. A.
NIAYMIE NIAUTINO -4---------.----------'.4-..------,A Bessemer "Nothing F7Il11lTF5 but pfrxonal qualitirsn
Eskimo Club, F. C. A.
NHUHOV lil'-f in 11011655 will, NIARY VANDERHEIDE ..........................,......A Klarion
Y. W. C. A., F. C. A.
MARIE R. JOHN ..........................,,..,..... Manistique UA Shy butjmppy maidmv
Eskimo Club, Catholic Club
"In all things truf and loyall,
CALLA REMINGTON ..................,.,....,........ Escanaba
W1LI,1AM R. I-IEFI-'ERAN ,,,,,,IY,,,,,.,-Y,.4,,,.--,,,,--,.,,A A da Eskimo Cllllo, Radio Club, F.
Vice-President Shorthand Dept., winter Catholic Club
perm, R, O, C, P. HDi1,'i1u'ly tall amz' most di'oi11z'lyfair"
UA man with a purposev
MARGARET NXICNIKMARA ............... ....,.......... I onia
ETHEL TYNAN ....,............................... .,,.... E lwell FICIA.
F'C'A' 4'll'ith izmffr failing ,vfrmzity of
"Quality, not quantity, is my mmsurel' couritfnantfn
f 1924 5
Uagsfff an -8 'sn mm. D
5115, , ,.4,.. fgmggn and ,.q.
IRENE PETERSON ...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hobart JOHN VVQDEK ,,.,.,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,.,,. Petoskey
F. C. A. "It is not far, itwis within ffdflly,
A'Sil.f'nre is nzore elofjuent than words"
RUTH MARKS .....................,............. . ....... P21rlS 1
lVlARVEL THOMPSON ,........,....,.....,.....,,., Big Rapids Sigma Alpha Phi W
F.C,A. "One thing I lenow-and that is how '
NLM us them be up and doing, to gwe adfwre on how to love 3
With a heart for any faten A
ESTELLA L. DEWITT ..............,.......,.,,.... Blanchard 1
, Rd' Cl',F.C.A.
EVA RATHEURN .........,..,.,,........,...,.,.,. Hcrmansville H a 10 UD .
She has as many 'wrtues as spokes
F-C-A' in a wheel"
"Her ways are ways of pleasantnessv l
' EDITH Fox ....,...................,,,.,,....,... Grand Rapids
BERNADETT!-I NICOLLE .......................,...... Escarlaba "For she was n ,good friend with a
Eskimo Club, Catholic Club, F. C. A. -'milf for all l
"Aly life is like a stroll upon the bearhn
NIARY MILLER ................,..................,........ Sheridan
LILA M. EGGLI-YMUmmUHmm-mm-Traverse City 'AShe has a loole of wisdom in her eyeu W
F. C. A.
HShe looks as elear as morning roses, HENRY CHRISTIANSEN '--- --'-------------4-------- C Oral l
newly waslzrrl with dew" "Basl1fulness is an crnamezzt to maidens" 1
QW G- rimson and gold aff-
:ALICE .XHOLA ...,..,.,...,,,,..,,....,..... Sault Ste. Marie IJOROTIIY Rousiz .... ,,.,..............,........... B ig Rapids
F-C-A 1, bl f A U ei
flftiozzs speak lozuler than words" U ony no 6 0 K B00
NTARY E. ISLES .,.......................,..............., Saginaw LENA E' LADE """"""" '"""""""""""" lwerrlll
. sigma Alpha Phi, F. C. A. U dF- -1' I, f
V "Of all sad things of tongue or pen, BL' mfg? aft imp 05' ?'?1fr.,CW'E5t
N the saddest are, KBL' in at ten"' Ou! 5 0 ww J-up
4 NINA ENGLER ..........................,......... Nlt. Pleasant GERIXLDINE STARR ....,........................... Big Rapids
. Catholic Club. F. C, A. Catholic Club
" 'KDU well and right, and let the world sinlen "SO-mg of the greatest things done on
' Y ' 77
E ALFRED A' MOORNH-Wmmmmmm--fl-oledoa Ohio earth haw been done by l1ttle people
5 F'C'A' BERXICE C, NIARTIN ....,,.................,....,. Nliddleton
if A Q
JH 33052 mfu W? fffffhf of dykllfgf and Secretary, Shorthand Dept., winter term
out fn, M, Wumf "Those modest answers and grateful airs"
GOLDIE L. BENHAM ...................,.............. Hastings 1 , r
Editor, Shorthand Dept., F. C. A. Itnw? CSAMIISON ""' """""" Qlilnigalnton' N' X'
HLUE is a jeft and all things Slzow ity, XICC- HYCSI CUT., CCI'Cl.3.1'1Z1 .Cp3.5lQII1SI1t
I thought so once and now I lenow it" I wal' 50771 ff?" Ofllff HWISS
GERJXLDINE YOUNG ............,..................... Northville PAULINE TELFER ......,...,....................... Big Rapids
Eastern Star, Sigma Alpha Phi, F. C, A. Sigma Alpha Phi, F. C. A.
"I know my rolling and shall not 'fShe is a eirele neifer' ending,
relinqzfislz it" Her talk goes on forever"
J' V Y if ll 7 , 'S
own ,Q 1 66 4 ,si -nm D
gr-1. on rimson and gold '-at ie'
JACK XVOLF ,.......,..............,..........,.., Grand Rapids RUBY Y. Coen ..,...,,..............,......,,,,.x.,,.. St. Louis
Masonic Club Secretary, Shorthand Dept., winter term
HA fond follower of the fair Mx" "fl winning way, a frimzzlly smile, in
all a girl who is quite worth whilru
BERNADETTE OiBRIEN ......,...,.........., Mt. Pleasant DORQ1-Hy POQH ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rogers City
Catholic Club, F. C. A. F, C, A,
"A maid nrucr lfolcl, Jpirit .rtill "Lcar11i1zg by study must lm wonl'
arul quzet' . .
ISABLL J. MUNRU ......,.............,........... Elk Rapids
l GRACE flOS'l'ING ............................,......,.... Fremont Nl Y' WY' L' ,,
President, Secretarial Dept., Vice-President, is ,MNH M If Nl U Ong
Shorthand Dept., fall term, Assoc. Editor, SEIIMA LIUR-1-HLE A,.,,.,,,,,A,,, -,,,,,-,,,-,,,,,,-,,,,, P emwatef
Shorthand Dept. F C A
l Y' XV' C' A" F' C' A' "Sl ' l J lfltliilifst thing: the
if 15 mr 4' zz' 1
V Q collfctiozfl
IYYNE M. IIILL ...................................... Negaunee l '
Eskimo Club, F' C. A. Kr:NNE'rH IdAGADONE ........................,... Big Rapids
ffjyith 1.01155 of l,tN,m1 babblgv President, Shirthand CI?clpt., fall term
i asonic u
, 1 x " 'Tir not what man dom' that exalt:
l NIARY XERR?R1Qf """' "" "" """ Rogkland him, but what man wozzla' rlol'
ts imo u , '. . .
"She ix .vilmzt arzzl rafts not hfr thought ILARL AXELSON -----'------'-'-'-'e-------'------ Crystal Falls
in train" "Life ix zz waftc of wfarisomz hours"
. J I .. ve f
06,5 3 rx. .,
,glut aa- as rimson and gold Ho- 11"
School opened with an enrollment of 102 students in the Shorthand
Department. The officers elected for the fall term were as follows:
Kenneth Hagadone ------ President
Grace Oosting ------ Vice-President
Reva Larsen - - - - Secretary
James C. Martin - Business Manager
Hattie Joynt - - - - Social Secretary
Oline Sorensen - - - - - Treasurer
The winter term officers were:
James C. Martin - - - - President
Williaiii Hefferan - - - Vice-President
Bernice C. Martin - - - Secretary
Darius Buell - - - Business Manager
Ruby V. Cobb ------ Social Secretary
Oline Sorensen ------- Treasurer
The following were elected as officers of the Secretarial Department:
Grace Oosting ------- President
Edith Champion ------ Vice-President
Helen J. Rowe ---- Secretary and Treasurer
Near the end of September it was decided that a wienie roast should be
highly enjoyable, so one Saturday afternoon a group of light-hearted girls
Capparently the boys were all afraid to goj took the long hike to Marshmallow
Point. Much of the time after arrival was spent in keeping the cows away
from the camping spot, and in spite of eternal vigilance one young lady's
straw hat was seized and thoroughly masticated. However, in spite of much
forced exercise, it was a happy group that Finally left the co-ws in possession.
The Commercial-Shorthand hard-time party was held at the Music Hall
on Friday evening, October 16. The hall was appropriately decorated with
autumn leaves, branches, and cornstalks.
The party was just what the name indicates-and fines were imposed for
marcels, clean collars and handkerchiefs, silk hose, dancing pumps, spit curls,
etc. There were many offenders, but the revelers were able to dance more
lightly because of the lightness of their purses.
The chapero-ns were Misses Sorensen and Church, Mr. and Mrs. Nigro,
and Messrs. Hein, Merrill, and. Pennock. Mr. Hein, with dirty face, tousled
hair, and clothes in like state, was labeled a sight, not a vision. Mr. Merrill
appeared as Hiram the Farmer.
Farmers and their wives were much in evidence. One little farmeress
looked very rustic in a long brown dress, topped by a tiny straw hat. Her
companion wore his overalls with an air of distinction.
Miss lone VVilliamson and Mr. Howard Sehram were adjudged the
"hardest-up" looking couple, and as a reward, Mr. Merrill presented Miss
VVilliamson with a minature egg beater and Mr. Schram with a wooden snake.
Miss Williamson was a study in black and white, with a loud striped skirt.
One black and one white stocking completed the ensemble. She wore a very
fetching Ugrandmal' bonnet. Mr. Schram wore a hobo outfit, and was the
subject of much questioning popularity because of the redness of his nose,
which grew redder as he partook of ref'reshments consisting of hard cider and
The "Happy Hooligan" orchestra furnished the music, and when "Home
Sweet Homei' was played, all agreed that "hard times" were must success-
ful and enjoyable.
gl, H a--Yf..-f. -. -a .-,,,, 19634 ,e.,,----.-Y. -a a 5-
iw .eu Crimson and Qold Us .dig
Shorthand Department Symphony Orchestra
The Shorthand Department Faculty is comparable to a large and per-
fectly harmonious symphony orchestra in which all of the members play to-
gether to produce inelodious and voluminous results. Mrs. VVainwright, our
leader, so directs and co-ordinates the members as to produce wonderful
harmony. Mrs. Reed plays all the staecato parts on the Remington, while
Miss Church strums on our intellect, which instrument is so weak at times
she has a hard time playing. Miss Sorensen, our office trainer, declares that
the only really satisfactory medium of musical expression is the radiator and
she Finds that cold weather, instead of being a damper to her spirits, only adds
zest to her playing.
Can you imagine a more versatile and truly unified orchestra?
The Senior Farewell to Ferris Institute
The dear old ivy covered walls of Ferris lnstitute have become to us al-
most sacred. For one or two years, as the case may be, we have lived, loved,
struggled and conquered within these walls until we feel that our spirits are
held fast in them and that somehow they will be here to speak of us, and im-
part to those who may come in later years, our ambitions and ideals. So
many things have we learned during our life here, in so many ways have we
developed, so many faults have we conquered, surely now that we are leaving
the good will not be lost or forgotten. ln our associations here we have
formed "standards of the excellent and durableu which will help us to make
our corner of the world a little better. lt is with heavy hearts, but with high
ideals that we say farewell to you, dear ol' Ferris Institute, to go out into
the world and prove that our school is truly a "school of good learningsf'
The End of the School Year
As we lie in bed and think of the days that will soon be o'er,
Our hearts seem to kinda sink with the thoughts therelll be few more.
We think of a perfect school year, of the fun we'll soon leave behind,
Of our pals that are so dear, pals in rain or pals in shine.
So herds to the friends we'll never forget, here's to a year we'll never regret
And here's to the very best of schools4FERRIS INSTITUTE!
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SN -an rzmson and Qold get
Shorthand Department jokes
Kenneth Hagadone: "Do you think if I married her I would 1nake her happy?"
Hazel E.: "Well, she'd always have something to laugh at."
Chemistry Prof.: "Name three articles containing starchf'
Bright Student: t'Two cuffs and a collar."
Question: "What should a College Prep do with his week-end?"
Answer: "Wear his cap or hat on it, of course!"
Commercial: "Can you tell me how to Find Mr. Baker's roon1?,'
Shorthander: "Sure, ask somebody."
Mrs. Wainwright was greatly astonished the other morning when Robert McKinney
told her that one of Bill I-Iefferan's friends had told him that Bill nearly drowned
while in bed the other night.
"Why: how did that happenfl asked Mrs. Wainwright. I
"Well," said IXICKIHIICYY, "there was a hole in the mattress and he fell into the spring."
Greatest day in the History of thc Business Organization Class!
The girls didn't say, "I don't know."
In Dictation Class
Having an discussion about the word "beautiful."
Mrs. Wainwright: "Bobbed hair is not considered beautiful."
Miss Champion: "Some people think it is."
Mrs. Wainwright: "Oh yes, maybe HE does!"
Talking about linens.
Mrs. Wainwright: "You might have to buy linens some day so you must know what
kind to buy."
Bernice Bush: t'Oh I know that!" fHow soon?D.
Heard in Principles Class
Miss Church: ."What is a cartoon?"
Student: UA picture." I
Miss Church: "Would you say the pictures in the window at Gurley's studio are
Student: "Some of them look like cartoons."
Bernice Martin: "In former years people were not so rushed as they are now."
Mrs. Wainwright: "Can you prove that?"
Bernice -Martiiy "I ean't.tell from experience."
Former F. I. Crecently returned from western mining districtj: "Former F. I.'s are
making heaps of money in the mining business."
Present F. I.: "Gold mine?"
Former F. I.: UNO."
Present F. I.: "Silver mine.'l
Former F. I.: "No, nothing like that."
Present F. I.: "What mine was it?"
Former F. I.: "Kalsom1ne, sir.'
Echoes From Oifice Training Class
Bernice Martin: "Look at all the letters I got back!"
Tyyne Hill: .HI didn't hand in any transcripts so I didn't get any back."
Bernice Martin: "Well, you can't get by Miss Sorensen with erasures, she even iinds
some that aren't there."
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BERT S. IMESON .......................,.....,.....,...... Alpena JXRTIIUR HAL! ,,...... ,.....,....... ...............,.,. R c cd City
' Sigma Alpha Dclta. F. C. A.. Football F. C. A., Orchestra, Bible Class,
"Leap year keeps all the good looking I Y- M- Lg A-
mfn on thc, lmpv President. Commercial Dcpartiueut
, . I 4'Tlze original wife guy"
W ILLIAM D. HII.I .......................,........... Big Rapids
F. C. A., Y. M. C. A, D. Xl. S'rUx1P ....... .,................................. S liepherd
"Bring goorl is an awful lozzrsomf jolf' F. C. A.. Masonic Club
N i , Nllf I5 ll zcisc nzan, wlzo, wlzfn in doubt,
ll. Cr. GEIKEN ......................................,. Charlcvolx tjljnkjf'
F. C. A., Masonic Club J
'life if just a Slow, painful llllflllfif llH'I'mM THOMPSON 'A""'A''"""""-"""-""" 112111511122
of bring lltlllfllfllflfll by lzaluiff' M1 ffm IWW! f"10'4.S'll fo lff' fflvlfsllf
a good :tua'e11t"
l.Es'rr:R COLBY ,,....,,.....,....,,....,,....,, Traverse City .
F. CAA- JACK FRr:ieT11Y ........................................ lshpcuuug
HI 'lIf"I,'I'7' :aw KI man Jo lucky" K. P. Club. Klasonic Clulv, Eskimo Club
,, ,, , w i, F. C. A., Orchestra, liditor Accountants
lt 1. x'ANl5'MS'l'ER ...i. . ............ U ................ Bay City gamma Phi Sigma
P' Q' A" Masonic Llub "ilu actor in tlm play, 'tlm call of
'21 gmztlfr lamb 7Il',6'7' ,vportnl o'r'r thc the wild' "
X Y Y 'FIIOXNIAS BEAMISH ..........,..............,.. Traverse City
li' llr' FREEMAN '"""''""""""""""""" 33121118200 F. C. A.. Masonic Club
K' P- Llullv F- S- A-' MHSOUIC Club "Tim oufftanzlizlg compoxitioiz in zz
'Tm not Jun' 'wlzuf flzf tfxt saizlv Jflf-nzazlf man ix lmzsf'
:' I 0 7 1 1.
Um:-i :LQ : 4 A1 1,50
gh. an Crimson and gold -Q-. -J"
Last Will and Testament of Semester F
Pro essionat Accountants
To our younger brothers of other semesters, we wish first of all to leave
the all week propositions and the all night work that Geiken and lmeson used
to do. Next, we bequeath you our laboratory or better known as the C. P. A.
corner of Room 13. ln this place we endured many trying moments at 9:15
and 10:45. This will would not be complete if we did not leave you the many
interesting features that Mr. Merril has in store for you. XYithout Mr.
Freethy's wonderful accuracy in throwing things you indeed will be at the
mercy of your fellow class members and Mr. Freethy also wishes to leave his
membership in the Loyal Order of Fish and the Lion Tamers Club. To Nr.
Freeman we give credit for your class yell that we hope you will adopt. lt is
this, "No-No-No-and l don't mean maybe" and we sincerely hope that the
spirit in this yell will be kept up. One of the fine little things we wish to
bestow on you is Mr. Colby's Djer Kiss direct from Paris. From Mr. Beam-
ish you will receive that super-human brain power that will enable you to
conquer all the Pace and Pace puzzles. From Mr. Hall come the qualities
of an all around 100 per cent student. For the conservation of your time and
money we leave the work of Mr. Van Emster, a very promising efficiency
man. VVithout some romance your work will always be dull, so from Mr.
Imeson comes the experience of a man with an F. l. co-ed. The only native
son member of our class is Mr. Hill and he hopes that you will carry on his
campaign for better roads. To satisfy the appetites of your future members
of the C. P. A. group we leave the methods of our hot-cake chef, Mr. Stump.
From the author we leave you the ambition to become a promoter. From
Mr. VVm. fBillj Tho-mpson, you will inherit that cordial and congenial per-
sonality which beams all over his pleasant countenance. From Mr. Hunt we
leave you the ability he has in getting in his quizzes about three weeks ahead
of time. .
XVith all these qualifications you will be a success and to repeat our class
yell "No-No-No, and we don't mean maybe."
'Witness this day our hands and seals.
MEMBERS OF PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING CLASS,
HOMER ST. CLAIR PACE GEIKEN,
UAH ra1I924rs' A ,X
-on rimson and Qold --:L 1f"','g
Business A drninistration
JOSEPH V. MONCHER.... .,..,......,. . ....,....... Bessemer LEE E. ToRREY.... .............. , ..................,..... ...Milan
Gamma Phi Sigma, Catholic Club F. C. A.
Eskimo Club, F. C. A., Class Editor
"Rise with the lark, and with the
lark to bedl'
'iNothing is impossible to a willing mind"
ERVIN F. FULKERSON ............... Milan
CLARENCE TIMLZIER ....................,..... Grand Rapids Basketbgiu-'Eiga-'iii'
Slgma Alpha Delta , "Praise the sea, but keep on landl'
"I eoneentrate toward them that are nighu
CARL E, HEIDEMANN ,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,A,, Ironwood FRANK Wh GILCHRIST ...........,............ Laurel Miss.
F. C. A., Masonic Club, Eskimo Club 'AHL' argues with his own shadowy,
"fl bufoon uttereth all his mind, but
a wise man leeepeth it till afterwards" Roy H. PETERSON -----4---,.x,.,-,-,,,,., ,--,,.,.,, C adillac
ENCIL R. BENGE ........,.................,......... Ann Arbor H F'C'A'. U
Gamma Phi Sigma. Basketball, F. C. A. Lufky mm md hfflf wumfl
'24 quiet tongue shows a wise heady' HOMER COREY --.-.-.-----...............-.---.---.......- OHHWHY
A V L S v B "This gentleman is full of virtue, worth
Lcusr . KARWI ......... ......................... e ssemer and qualitinv
Orchestra, U. P. Club, Treasurer U. P.
Club, First Term. Gamma Phi Sigma,
F. C. A.. Baseball i23 and '24, Football '22 HOWARD BADGER ----------A-V-P----'-------------------- Hillmfm
"There may be greater rnusicians, but F'C'A'
we flgubf iz" 'fQuiet waters run deep"
5 I 9 7 4
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Business A dm inistration
IIERMAN W. ELLIS .........,........................ Perrinton ROBERT A. MARTIN .............................. Kalamazoo
F. C. A. "An hour in the morning is worth
Q . ' Y!
"The loverwho wins is the lower who dares. two m thi' afff'f'l00n
CSO I kissed her again on the stairs."D MORRXS D. CHASE-uw---.wmmm-W--Grand Rapids
I " ust a n ' ute hir. ill 'll 's that ri ht?"
LEO. E. FORQUER ...............................,.... Lake City I lm , Em l I g I
F. C A., Demolay Club STUART W- TODD -------------------V------------'-----'----- M111-IH
"Wise to resolve and patient to perforrnl' Orchestraf F' L' A'
HA inanls manner and rharaeter is what
, ' ar
VERSILE D. TAPI-E ...................................... Cadillac mmf bfwmff him
F- C- A- THEODORE MUSCOTT ...,..................,... Breckenridge
1 HWi5-913' and slvwf fhfy -ffumblf 20110 "Always attending to his duty in a
WW fflffv quiet unobtrusive wayn
ARTHUR G. RITCIIIE .....,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Battle Creek LYLE F- STEWART- -------------------------------'----- Cadillac
Sigma Alpha Delta, F. C. A., Masonic Club F' C' A' . N
Hof all Studia, Study your "There would he no greatnnien, if there
present condition" wwf H0 MHZ
V' DONALD C. Roosix .................................... Charlotte
. WILLIAM -l- QUINN ---'------------------------------ Negaunec F. C. A., Gamma Phi Sigma, Treas. Gam-
Gamma Phi Sigma, Eskimo Club, F. C. A. ma Phi Sigma, Second Term, Editor
Catholic Club Accounting A. -Class, DcMolay
f'He has lived too long in the north Club
woods to he frightened by the wild" "Life is what we make it"
5 Q 5:
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.Q-4 rimson and gold --:Q W0
LESTER V. HARP, ...,.........................,,,.......... Munith NIARTIN BOERMAN .......................-....,------- FFCIHOM
H , F. C. A, , U F. c. A.
DNP MMU mow with maysty Hgllrn of frw words an' thc but 17lf'7lU
RUSSELL D. PIARRINGTON ,.,.,........,... ......... D urand Y R CALLARD Lansing
C z Ph' S" . F. C. A. D M l Cl b A ' ' '
Tamml 1 uma' l C O ay U F. C. A.. Dehlolay Club. Slglllil Alpha Delta
RALPH R. JENTICR .,..,,,.,..,,,.,,.,., ,.,,.,..... Scottville H1411 knowlgfigf if ,mf gaingd
124 workfr, yft always zaillzng to haw from ljggkjn
a good mme" .
UARSHXH W IOWERY Lake Coxxnuus BELKEMA ..,.........,........ .Grand Raplds
A A HTIIZV liiffhim lfflflliQl"ZJQQQQL'AiQiQif7 'A7711' wvflff may so on without mf, buf
' ' ' I doubt it"
AUGUST L. KET!-:LHUT ....,...,...,,....,... South Haven
Xlasonic PHILLIP BONES!-'ANT .................................... I4OVVCll
mln llfglilnfilf tim .vtmrlfaft if the Z0i7771I'f,, H1 WNW lfwff 51070. buf fu-ff wait 'fill
D I gat startfdl'
JASPER li, NORRIS ,,...,......,,,,...,........,..,.,.... llesperla Y .
F. C. A. Ggoumz F, Smru L...,.,.....,.,...,.,............... XX cxdman
"Ilf'll ,End .wwf half to rrffp out at" F. C. A., Sigma Alpha Delta, Orchestra
THOMAS HORRIGAN un---,-----,-------,YYA.---w---- Big Rapids "Hn was born with a .filwr spoon in
Liatholic Qlub ill: I710ZlflLU
"fl 'man who zzriwr 'llltlfffg a rnistakfllgsfi MERRIT1. YOUNG '-" V,A--'- Ai-'---'-----,------------- N O rthville
a grrat 'many r muff: to earn Jomet 11715 Dehlolay Clulv. F. C. A.. Basketball, Sigma
CHARLr:s R. AIITCIIELI .........,...,......,...... Stamwod AlPh-3 Delta
F. C. A. H0116 part hozmr, our part wit,
"Ur fiztfrtaizzs a rfzrfrful di.vpo5itimz" Ong part lzustlf, the rest pure grit"
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in-r fzqlogilfkt 'lug
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Com mercial Teachers
Bizuxic BUSH ........ ....,.,.. C bicago, Ill. IJEL BROTlIl'IR'I'0lN ....,.,....,,.,...............,..... liscanaba
F. C. A., Masonic Club. Eskimo Club,
lox:-: XY1LI.LxxrsoN Y............,.......,....,.,.......,... Gwinn
F. C. A., Sigma Alpha Phi, Debating Club, Cr.,xR1c1z FENDER ....,...,.,..,,........., ...,...,,,,,,,. . .Coral
liskimo Club F. C. A.. School cmhcstfa, Bible Class
C1-114' Iaii fm. POMHM ,,,,,.,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, Minden City ICDNA JONES --------,,--------...---A-----.-.- Bruws Crossin
lv, C. All Catbollc Club, Thumb Club, F. C. A., Debating Club, Eskimo Club
RUN-1 XY.-X'I"1'I' as .......... Detroit
li' 1'1114: I. ME IIIA LING ...................,,. VVest Unity, Ohio H4 GUHAHNA I---.-.---.,AVii.AAYwwY-w------- ------- -.,-- N L WWW
F' C' Y' W' C' A' Fwiaall. Basketball, Catholic Club
BIANQIIE CU xi'1'1 s ......................, ......... N 'luwkcgon l'il.lZABEI'll KM'-xN.xUc: 1I..,.,,..... . ..........Bad Axe
F. C. A. F. C. A.
2, 'ff' P? 4 'S' 3
W-. ., ..- -.VV-.-i-......-,,,,..,-V t---.
lghw. . rimsonand gold ---:I - lvffji
Com mercial Teachers
JENN11-3 KT. COAN ......,.......... ........ Kingston AIRS. l"R1-IETHY ............,....,...,,......... Nlanistique
Masonic and Eastern Star Club, F. C. A.. Debating Club. Sigma Alpha Phi
Avis YNMAN ........,....,............................,..... Midland
F. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Bible Class
BLAXCIIE CHARLEBOIS .,.............,............ Escanaba Eastern Star Club
F. C. A., Catholic Club, Eskimo Club,
Debating Club RUTH HUMPLIREY ..............................,,..,.....,,,, Ewen
F. C. A.. Debating Club, Eskimo Club,
Eastern Star Club
GER'r1tt'Dl-3 OLLILA ..............,..................... Negauuce
F. C. A., Debating Club, Eskimo Club FLOYD JOHNSON ----------A------AA---A4A-------AA--,-------,- Clare
F. C. A.. Masonic Club. Dt-baring Club
SARAH HEIGHTMAX iiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiliiiil Pittsfield, mi Has. I.. NY. BH.xRDsI.Ex '............ .....,.. C assopolis
F. C. A., Debating Club F. C' A.
IJINNEA Nr:LsoN ..............................,,...... Northport GL.xnYs PoLI.mm ........,...,..,,,,.,,,,,,,, .,..,,,, O noway
F. C. A., Debating Club Debating Club
udp' ta - va' ' 1417, 5
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CLIFFORD PEDERSPIEL ........,,,...................,, Wheeler RUYAL SMITH .,,..... ,............................,... . .Stanwood
F. C. A. F
"Wish, Mr. Prnnock would zur a littlf
morn di5z'H'tio1z in, lzfzfzding out
, C. A.
Ulf C't17ldj' zzmkfs you swfft, Fm one
lump of Sugar"
LORA BOLLINGER ..................,................... Lakeview X HMA -------Nashville
NHL' read my note to tlzf wlzolf class.
Grd but I lilllillfdii
F. C. A.
:Tm not talking, ju5t amwfrirzg his
IJORANCE NIUNRO ................,.............,... Elk Rapids fylzfxtionn
"Don't :Mui me poxifs 'w1If7l it'5 a trial
lmlfmw I 'mid Ihuax' SMITH ...........,,................................... Lapeer
HAROLD EIJLER ............. ..................... .....,. I D urand F. C. A.
A n ' g 'FZ C- A-I I 'lllf has a gmzuinf aptitude' for b1l5i7If55U
HH15 arztlzmrtzc 15 flu' Pair of fades -l- an
eternal da1'zci1zg partnnr I hfawfl D
Q - CLARK C. KING ,,............. ................. P ittslield, lll.
HERSHEL FOX """"""""""""""'A"""AA Breckenridge Class President. Gamma Phi Sigma
"That .vhorthazzzi I1FPHI'f7?II'IIf fzaznzfs nm" F, C, A,
BETTY JonNSON-HMm--mmMmm-WmdWHLanSing UTIIIQ' .vparfd tfzr rod and spoilfri tim rfzilriu
Commercial Secretary-Trcasiirer, Class
lfditor, Catholic Club JACK Cowen ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,.,..,,,,,,, Pickford
1'.Yobody would xupposf if, but 1"m
1ZlIf1lflIHj' KI basl!-fzll l7l!17l.i
"You arf lflllkffli for, rallnl for, fzsknz' for,
and Sflllglll' for"
039' pp- psi
U hm--M-M-MMM-11 rl2'l.III50H 1111517 Quia! 1 H- '- " Vv-' -
Joux KONIECZNX' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,Y,Y N Ictz lfxixk ll0LMBEIcG ............,,.,....,... ,,,.,, B rcvurt
Catholic Club. F. C. A. F. C. JK.
"1 zcozzlzl Zikf to zwzturf zz I1ZlL'5fl0llH H-llflfll-Vf1lf1'3'l5 24W1"l'1f-U' ff' f!1f'flf'5llM
LYLE JEFFRY "-'- "'----------------- --'--'-' F O Wlcflliuc CECIL ALLEN ............................ ...... S tantun
F. C. A. F' C' A.
5' ' 1 " . .
Hf If 'wt H5 "INA 'U ,lf 100165 Hlur Jurf 710 l71077lI'1If5 brzng 11.v 111011'
Q . fontfazt, than tlzoxc in plfaxhzg
NTACRINE IUXRMER ....,..................................... Milan mfful jmmj Spmfi
"ll11ppy am Ig from rarf 1'm frrf. Why
can t tlmy all bf fm1tc11tr1ll1lef me? BERNARD W1O0D-mmM-mm-mm mm-Aliddlctml
ROBKR1' Fisu ............................................ Escanaba H1 Z Cl T H
K. of C.. Catholic Club. lfskimo Clulu womfr ww 'HFS 'wumg at
Class Yicc President
Nllf' po55f5Jf5 Il rmftaiu Jzmzfity of mamzrfl PUILLH' RUDER 'A"--'-'--'----'-------'--'--------K- Nlafshflcld 1
HAROLD KIRK ----'-V---------------------,-,,---------- -WFSUYSYOVC "Hr takfs zmlous ram of ll faizrimi
"Wx zvfrf both brlzind ZI11' bum' for f11E'Hf3'l
tim 5121715 purposfll
CECIL K1NG ........................................... .Piuconiling
. .. J '. . . ,
LALRA Hoohnn ........................ ....... I arib Catholic Uub
I P- Q- A' - I HTu1f, tut, my 'l7ZlI7l,'
M5116 15 ll wry zlrnzzzre Izttlf 17Z!1ZllE'7ll, The girlx u'ruz't f111rt you"
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F" " ""' """" "l"' " ' "N" " "i""" '
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1 EARL Go'rTscHAI.K .................... ........ S aginaw
W F. C. A.
' 'iCzzpid says, in a few more years
, Ihll be old enough"
LYLE BINGIIABI .,..,.,,,,.,..,.,.,,...,... ,,,,, 4 Xlamo
F. C. A.
'That aztziiiig machine must be crazy, for
I added it myxelfv
i FRANCES BORON .,.,...................... ..,... S t. Johns
F. C. A.
i "She hax not for her motto, 'Silerife
is golden ' U
.ALLAN XOBLE ...................,,..................... Falrgrovc
W "A name to live up to"
CLAYTON L, CAIN ................ ... ....,,. Stockbridge
F. C. A,
Nfl little foot izecer support: a great
KENNETH LYDLE ........................,,..,...,,,......... Ithaca
"1l"iehf1f brown eyes are dalzgefozls thingx,
Often keep HJ from .vproutzng 'M'lIIg5U
GEORGE TE.xcHM.xN ................. ...... I thaca
F. C. A.
Nfl raving Romeo"
RALPII XXASIIBURXE. ..................... Benton Harbor
"17i'e got the Home of David
XVILL GRANT .............................. ........ A Iuskegon
F. C. A.
HWhy do they tall this 'mental arithmetic?"
BESSIE LEAR ..............,..,............. ...... G rand Ledge
F. C. A.
'Alle brought me an apple todayn
ELLARY INGERSOLL ...............,.......................... Alma
Sigma Alpha Delta
"He always brings foy with him"
QTIKQJI-'YZ' 7 ' 'gpg I 9 2 4 --'- -4 212- - --V f iw rn
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Iyxux XIORRISOX ....,,,,,,,.,,,.....,...,....... Kalamazou
.Xtlllctic lXlamagCr. Sigma Alpha Delta
F. C. A.
"1 cram a fzmmi ww thrill"
G13R.xI.D Cuoxx ,,............................,....... Orangcville
'ATM' puff Hlclfk ii aluvz-V5 .llI'. Pfftlfdllfn
I., J, liEliI.IiR ...... ....,............,.. . ., ..,,,.,... Ithaca
F. C. LX.
"lizfsz'fr Krufnn, flzf Sl'I'O1llf..
Bxsim. fiiIl.l.I.XN ..........,,........,....................,, .Brunch
'Illrn of lmzmr rum' rozzrzlgf fm' Sfill
Ill fflf 'zcwirlzfw
lxmrrxu JOHNSON ........,.,.....,.,..,,,............ lronwuod
"Ili: lim' is qzritf r'mz1'i11fi114g"
NlIXNH-I CxkI.soN ...,,,,,,,,.....,,,.............,,,,........ lfweu
F. C. A.. lfskimo Club
"ln mmf: lkflffk appfarx zz prrlfy ziinzplf'
,,---. - C - Cy. 1 Q
li. F. 'lbwx-'iz ....,,,,,,......,,.,........... .,,..,, B arryton
F. C. A.
frnlpfr gildf ffm frlgf of lifflv
JAMES How .......................................... Big Rapids
F. C. A.
'21 mari nf grruf ffmzr1'Nfz1l11f'5S"
KIYRI. Sgxrru ........... ...................... ..... ........ L 2 1 pccr
F. C. .X.
Hlfllpicfx zfarz? pifnwl M5 Mart"
Mmm STOIQRCK ,........................ ..,... S t. Julius
F. C. .X.
Vlvcdrlesday Night llcbatiilg Club
"llo1:4' .v':c'm't iffy l1Ifltjf'5f, zrlzajrftfzf prifff'
K.XRI. SMITH ...................................................... C ,vid
"UT tfO7I'f fzzl-lm' to Ullfj' Hn' twzz-11-flurk rsrff'
rs mn S
lv- Crimson and Qold we f 0
judge Pennock checks those who were out late last night,
He calls off the names-"Lucas, Ledwidge, and Sleight,
Is that young Clark King back there by the wall?
If it is, then this most be noon roll call.
"Classes," he calls, "all up to the bar.
Overseer Kirk, you're off by far!
Gottschalk to the clearings you attend.
Miss Stoerck, did you the dividends send?
Miss Boron, secretary and janitoress be-
Davison's in Grand Rapids, his wife to see.
"Already for work, row number four.
VVhere's that 'apple-a, peach, and punk' man Orr?
Who's doing that talking, you, Miss Brumm?
Roosa, make Kreker mail this, he's a scum.
"I've never seen anyone quite so slow
As Cecil King and Dorance Munro!!
'fingersol and Keeler, go outside to box.
College Bank mistake, declared by Fox.
'The man with the big brown eyes," he claims,
So it must be either Kenneth or James.
"You've no letter, Smith, so get out of here-Seat!
Miss Farmer will help you, she's good at that.
Tone and Bert, don't talk so loud.
Merchants Bank, why all that crowd?
Ah-John and Clif, flipping a coin to win
The right to take Beatrice's deposit in!
"Beamish and Teachman, give Mehrling her way,
Women always have had, always will, so they say.
Washbtirne and Euler, you take everything at ease,
A five dollar fine for unpaid rent, please.
'IAS for Morrisson and Beukcma, you 'athletic' fiends,
You're always wandering away when I want you it seems.
Holler and Carlton, you're both too late,
The banks were closed at one forty-eight."
C' ' 76
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Sales and Advertisers
i 1, 'l'. Gusyufsox ,...................,........ ........ B rcvort
Luo. SUNDQUIST ........................ ......... B oyne Qlty H I 1 Z L N
W F. C. A. 1 um uor fr
nfl! ,vmilc when fm Wally" XYM' PAUL JONESA-mmmmm-umm-.mmwdm-Otsego
CLEAL HUDDLESTUN .....,...,.,..,.,,,..... ........,. C uster Sigma Alpha Delta. F. C. A-
Debating Club 'fDonlt giw up the ship"
"I'll my xlzf lla"
lIr:w1'r'r THQMPSON ....,............. ......... R Osebush
ORYILLE Lxcous ...,......,................................. Snover
N w N F. C. A.
F. C. A., hpworth League. Thumb Club
Debating Club 'gllome Swfft HOI7ZKl,
"Conf, but Jlzz low: lIi'Wl, still"
Amox E, GOKEY ................................ Port Huron
HARRY LUCAS """" . '""""""""""""""""""' D mm F. C. R. A. R.. R. 0. C. P.
NIHSOHIC Club, F. C. A. Debating Club
NHf'a7't B"f'akf"U "Com 5rnol'f?l'
A. B. JOHNSON ....,.......................,........... Ludington h
, RAY SMITH ........................................ Millersburg
Presnlcnt. . 1
F. C. A., Debating Club Dcbaung Club
"Oh, you Flat Foot" 'Trfferx to 'waitl'
O ,w 24 - rss
to-4 rimson and Qold i--:-
Sales and Advertisers
N. C. IIENDERSON ....................,.,.,....,..,.,. Manistee PAUL KREKER I----Q---A-'--I-,,I-I-,I----------------------,- Xlilan
Editor- Gamma Phi Sigma, F. C. A., Orchestra
F. C. A.. R. O. C. P.. R. A. R., VVeclnes- iislldlfff a wiclefrl fornff'
day night Debating Club
"Clm,vg mf, Ilm a buffgfflyu RAY BABCOCK ......................... .......... I 'nionville
'ldint she nicf
LORENZ H. CLABUESCH ................................ l9igeon ELMER ROBINSON.-WWm--mmnmmm--MIIastings
Vicepresident' Orchestra F. C. A.
F- C- A-, R- O--C P-, Tlmmb Club "Low: 'em Jlzort and rh1mley"
Vlleunesday Night Debating Club
HBHWW3' 600815, OMER CLEMENS .,.....,..................... ........ C harlotte
F. C. A.
ARTHUR J. SMITH ....... ........................., ,,..... A l pena HHKHO' gang
F' C' A" Debating Club AUGUST BAUER ..,..,...........,...................... Chasauing
f'Tlze original lady killnl' Sigma Alpha Delta, F. C. A.
'Alle low: th: ladifsl'
E' D' PARSONS """i""" """"""'""""""' Pottervillc THOMAS B. COUGIILIN .............................. Hancock
Deb-WU8 Club U. P. Club. Football
HLFWLWLZ' al0'ne" A'Haw5 a heartv
5 197.1 E
U ww E41 - is mm D
gnu- -on rimson and gold --:- Lg
CLAYTON JONES .,.......................................... Snover PLIN A'lILLER .........f....f,...,,..,.,...................... Allegan
uphilomphy will dip an angglls wingn F. C. A. Vice-Pres. of Bookkeeping Class
VVILSON H- ORR ,----,---,--------------'----------- Chicago, IH "Cac, follows, rlonlt you think Ilm
Sigma Alpha Delta good l00king?v
"His ambition-to burn the midnight oil"
LAVVRENCE A. YVEAVER ..........,,........ Johannesburg RICHARD J, HUMPHREY A,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,-,,,,,,-,.,.,-,,, Ewen
Ullis fancy lost in plfasant dreams"
F. C. A., Eskimo Club
ELMER T. SANDBERG .................................. Cadillac
F. C. A., Federal Board
"Wa would low to sfe him smilal'
H You win, fohu"
NI. ' B . . .................... ........ H 'll d l
FRED XV. RUMMELL .......................... Frankenmuth Wh USHVWLL 1 S a e
F, C, AA, ' F. C. A.
"Do1z't do toflay what you tan do tomorrowl' -ilwcrk and his in-Mpafablg mmpgm,
Nl.-XRC CHAPPUS .....,...............,.......... La Salle, Ont. ffm: lfomfob Pipful
4'Carmf'n is his favorite opera"
OI,:XFF Woonwfxnn .................,............ Montgomery ROBERT HALE ..... .................. .......... C h arlotte
v . F. C A. U F. C. A.
The only man in the flmeritaii llldsf. Co. I
who had nothing to distraft his attfiitioif' 'fllis mouth rfigizs szzprfmfu
5 1 l
' I 9 7 I A'
v' . v
U..f-+1 M' 75 'e- "-1.0,
Q 1- io- rimson and gold HQ- - 'D
JAMES S. KENNEDY .................... Smitliers, Canada FRANK Nl. GUSTIN .,..........,....,..,..................... Flint
I F' C' A' Masonic Club
"A mighty man is flaw MI, t . , I t I I L I dn
in no a musmaiz, zu a wma ram fan.
ARTHUR GRIFFIN ........ .,,,,,,,, S Outh Bend, Ind
4'Bl1'5t with plain Nason and ,vobgr 551155, XVALTER XVILSON .,..,.,................ ,...,A, C ould City
F. C. A.
R. L. BRUNNER ...........,.,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,, Howard City H d U 7 I . H
Gamma Phi Sigma. Football, Basketball, I wan N if thats H dfbff or H fffdlf
"Crafter mm than I haw liwd but I doubt ii" FRED W. JOHNSON ..--------.--.--.-------.-.--..- Elk Rapids
F. C. A.
CECIL H- CHARPES -A---------.--.--.---------- Battle Creek President, Bookkeeping Class
U Slgma, Alpha Delta W 'lTlze girls .ray fm like a ivfrigfratorv
How many girls fan a man haw? '
NIARY FAGG ........, 'vlugkeggn JB' SIMONSON '"""""""""""""'""""""" Bancroft
F, C. A. Radio Club. DeN'lolay, F. C. A.
"In truth she is quirt and inilzlu HWK all wi-gl, wg lmgw him 1,,-ffm"
Bgyl-R105 HIGGINS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.-,,,'.-,-, Kfindgu City THEO. WYALLINGTONmmm-mmm Lake City
F. C. A., Catholic Club, Secretary and N 1
Treasurer of Bookkeeping Class F' L' A'
4'Hurmh, I haw' my bank lzalancell Milfs all that lla is fracleffl up to be"
-4--A rimson and gold qw-
Gm, A, XVARING ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Ewen LEICQI-rrox R. ScoTT ...,,................ ....... C harlotte
Gamma Phi Sigma. liskimo Club F. C. A.
khx ADGATF ----.---------w----------v--- --.,--- S aranac 'ISZOZU but 11: gffs tl11'r.ff',
F. C. A.
A24 Hzafff legs should lm long enough ARNOLD XVITTKOP ''-"""""""""L""""-'--" Greenville
to rfach the grozcvzzf' F. C. A., Deylolay
DONALD HALLER ..A-...4-'-"-A4------- Awv.-.'------ F rcmont 'KA gfnial disposition ufinx Nlllllj' frie'r11i.v"
F. C. A.
ffswmsj if My YVILLIAM LAVENDER ..............................,. Newberry
F. C. A., lislcimo Club
JAMES E' "" """"' Dexter "Not so rlull ax yoifa' tfzinkv
. . ., a o IC ,u
"I 11m'er was a lazlms' 'nzazf' GEO. C. TAYLOR.. -.-...--.-- v--- ------ N lluskegou
PAH. ll.x.xB ...,.....,,.,...,...,...,,,.,.,, ,,,,.,,,,4 X nu Arbor F. C. A. A
F. C. A. lilly mzmf, but not by fradrn
NJ quirt workfrl'
Tu,1.1E LADE.. ................,.,....., . .....,.,, Mmm JOHN HWPIW '-"---"-'- --'-------'-"4"""4"4''-"-A' E Wen
F. C. A. Eskimo Club, F. C. A.
'24 fomfly maidl, 'lYou win, folmw
' lj 7
Ltlpv :LQ I SI 4 rg mms'
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ARTHUR BICKEL .....................,.......... Frankenmuth lf1Lv1N T. Voss .....,.,...,,,,,,,....,.,,,,..,,., Howard City
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VVM. II. PENFOLD ......,.......,..,,................. Wolverine
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F. I. T.
JOHN WIAGNER .,,.,.,.,.....,..................... Spring Lake
Assistant Class Editor, F. I. T.
AUSTIN ZEIGLER ....................,,............ Boyne City
Class Editor, F. I. T.
The instruction given in the Ferris Institute in telegraphy, as in all other
courses taught, is the best that can be procured anywhere and its excellent
reputation is known throughout the country. The instructor, Mr. B. Mc
Pherson, is ably qualified to teach this deep and intricate subject, having had
many years experience as an operator and also station agent. He has proved
himself to be very patient and considerate of those who are dilatory in mast-
ering the art of distinguishing dots and dashes.
There can be no doubt that many students who have gone out to work,
whether in telegraphy or some other calling, think back to the days, with
pleasurable pride, when they were enrolled in this school, to the instruction
received, and the kind and helpful manner in which it was given.
Owing to the small enrollment last September no class organization was
affected, but a meeting was held at the beginning of this term and the fol-
lowing officers elected: President, Firmin Lawless, Vice-President, Leonard
Swanson, Secretary, Archie Moore, Treasurer, John VVagner and Editor,
See next page for students who graduated during the year and accepted
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Aris, Lewis .......... ........ B ig Rapids, Mich .......... ......., i Asst. Editor' F. I. T.
Brannon, Barry ..s.. ........ S and Lake, Mich ....... .....................,..,....... F . I. T.
Corey, Homer ..,... ......,. O naway, Michigan ............................ F. I. T.
Denner, Clifford ..... ....,... K alalnazoo, Mich. ...... ....... F . I. T.
Fleming, Roy ......... ........ F Ort Wayne, Ind. ...... ....... F . I. T.
Goodall, Frank ....... ........ M cGregor, Mich. ............ ....... ....... F . I. T.
jones, Rolin ......,.......... ........ G rand Rapids, Mich. .............,.....,.,... F. I. T.
Kregulka, Eve I .......... ......... A lba, Michigan ............ .................................. F . I. T.
Lawless, Firman ........ Brimley, Mich. ........ ................... P resident F. I. T.
Moore, Archie G. ,...... ........ E wen, Michigan ......,. ......... S ec. and Treas. F. I. T.
Morgan, J. Erwyn ..... ........ B ig Rapids, Mich. ...... ................................... F . I. T.
Milroy, Charles ,.......... ........ I Brighton, Mich. ...... ..,.... F . I. T.
Mishekey, Clarence ...... ........ P etoskey. Mich. .......... ..................... F . I. T.
Peterson, Clarence .......... ........ B ig Rapids, Mich. ,..... .... ..................... F . I. T.
Swanson, Leonard A .......... ........ M anistee, Mich. ...... ....... V ice-Pres. F. I. T.
Snndblad, Arnold .............. ........ I shpeming, Mich. ........ ................................ I4 '. I. T.
XVagner, John G. ....... ...,.... S pring Lake, Mich ......... ......... A sst. Editor F. I. T.
Zeigler, Austin ....... ........ I Soyne City, Mich. .... ................. E ditor F. I. T.
Buell, Darius ............ Elmira, Michigan ...,. ............................ R adio
Black, Bennett ........ Carsonville, Mich. ............ .......... F . C. A., Radio
Corey, Homer .......... Onaway, Michigan ............. ..................... F . I. T.
Gowan, J. Carlton ..... ....... S ault Ste. Marie, Mich .......... ............. D e Molay
Hanchett, Kent ......... ....... B ig Rapids, Mich. ............................................ De Molay
McKinney, Alford ..... ....... B angor, Michigan .............................................. De Molay
Scott, Leighton ........
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Graduates 1923-I 924
Brough, Mabel ............................ Opr. P. M. Ry. ...................... .......... M idland
Christianson, Alfred ....... ....... O pr. P. M. Ry. ...... .................. L akeview
Clemens, Earl .............................. Opr. P. M. Ry. .......... ............................. H olly
Eichelerberger, H. D. .............. Opr. Penna. Ry. ...... ......... M ackinaw Div.
Flaharty Kathryn ........... ....... O pr. H. U. T. Co. ....... ................ G ary, Ind.
Fleming, Roy ................ ....... O pr. Postal T. Co. .... ............ F t. Wayne
Hastings, Helen ....... ....... O pr. W. U. T. Co. ........ ............... A Ima
Jones, E. R. ........... ....... M gr. Postal T. Co. ....... .......,.. C adillae
Kerrigan, G. C. ..... ....... A gt. D. B. C. W. ..., ....... W ilmot
Lehner, Keith ......... ....... O pr. P. M. Ry. ..... ,...,,,......, K inde
Lavender, Glenn ....... ....... O pr. P. M. Ry. .......... .....,.,,,,,..,..,. I onia
Mitchell Richard ....... ....... M gr. Postal T. Co, ..... ..,..... F oft Wayne
McCrimmons, Ray ...... ....... . Agt. A. A. Ry. .......... ....,,,,......,,., T emple
Nelson, Chas. .. ........... ....... O pr. Belt Line ..........,. .......,.,....,......,...., F lint
Pcper, Eva ................. ....... O pr. Postal T. Co. ...... ......... G rand Rapids
Passon, Edna G. .... ....... O pr. W. U. T. Co. ...... ......,...... D Owagiac
Patello, Laino ....... ....... M gr. Postal T, Co. .. ,,,,,,..,.,,., Mgnrgg
Ruttan, George ......... ....... C lerk G. T. Ry. .,,,,,. ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, M uir
Thompson, Henry ...... ....... M gr. Postal T. Co, ..... ,....,,... A nn Arbor
Tardish, Michael ...... ....... M gr. Postal T. Co, ..... ....,.,... H oopstown
Watsoii, Ira ........... ....... O pr. W. U. T. Co. ...,.. ,.,,,.,.,,,,. C adillac
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Sigma, Alpha Phi
The Alpha chapter of the Sigma Alpha Phi, a local sorority, was organized in the
fall of 1921. At the present time it is the only society of its kind in- the school for girls.
It was formerly regarded as merely a "good-time" club, but this year it was reorganized
and a standard of scholarship is now required.
While we have a very limited membership, the girls are among the most active in
school life and are doing much to promote the sisterhood. During the year numerous
teas were giveng and the matinee dances, under our supervision, were largely attended.
Old members of the Sigma Alpha Phi in Flint, Grand Rapids, and Detroit are put-
ting forth every effort' to form new chapters. At the present time the Beta chapter
09225 at the Chicago Conservatory of Music is very active.
HELEN SALTSMAN - -- - - - -
JANET MATSON ----- -
IONE WILLIAMSON - -
Helen McPherson Clark
Louise Ward Davison
Mildred Marks Fields
Ila Hodge V
Irene Miller Monroe
Margaret Gardner Newton
Augusta Britton Streeter
Grace Boyce Taylor
Alice W. Wichterman
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Phi Epsilon Alpha
The Phi Epsilon Alpha Fraternity of Ferris Institute was organized by seven
charter members in October 1921. The Charter members of the fraternity were acknow-
ledged to be men of high character, men whose interests were the interest of Ferris
Institute. Today its members are forever trying to make the fraternity stronger and
better in every way, an organization which shall be respectedby all. Therefore, when
the question of accepting new members has arisen, the law has been quality Knot quan-
tityj. This applies to school work and personal conduct. Our number is limited by
constitution to thirty active members.
None of the original "seven" is in school now. They
thing like sixty-hve other inactive members. Some are in
where, but wherever they are found, they are boosters
school. By various means and ways everyone is kept in
are joining hands with some-
business. some in school else-
of this fraternity and of the
constant communication with
Weeklv business meetings are held, after which an hour or so of real enjoyment is
spent. At these times, all members relax, forgetting school and its worries. Sometimes
a supper or smoker is held, at other times boxing or games are participated in by all
Initiations are held once every eight weeks. Before a pledge or prospective mem-
ber may enter he must have passed at least 75 per cent of his studies, be accepted by all
members. and have written an original thesis of five hundred words on the fraternity and
fraternity life as he views it. In all initiations the P. E. A. tries to be original, and
tries to make the occasion one to be remembered in time to come by all concerned.
The purpose of this fraternity is to promote love and friendship among its members
and to create a higher standard in scholastic work. To belong to such an organization
is an incentive to stand higher in school, and to help a brother if he needs help, incident-
ally this feeling grows until it encompasses not only the fraternity men but everyone, and
encourages not only a higher standing in school, but a desire to do better in after life.
Last year in June the annual house party was held at Chippewa Lake. Although
Masselink, and several members of
members, who threw everything aside
lasting until twelve closed the evening.
ride ending at Clear Lake where there
many members were badly sunburned, everyone, inactives as well as actives, is eager
to repeat the experience this June in spite of painful recollection of sunburn.
The annual Christmas banquet held at the Western Hotel, every one voted a fine
time. Following the banquet inspiring talks were given by Hon. A. A. Worcester, Mr.
the fraternity. Speeches were also given by inactive
to be with the "boys" at the banquet. A dance
A sleigh ride party was held in January. The
was a picnic supper, and then a dance. Frater-
nity dances at the Ferris Institute Music Hall have also helped to break the monotony
and grind of school life. '
The fraternity has taken a step, which materialized a dream of the seven charter
members. Early in 1924 the Phi Epsilon Alpha became an incorporated organization
of the State of Michigan. A new Constitution and new ritual have been adopted, all
with the hope of making the P. E. A. a larger, stronger, and better fraternity, capable
of making itself known throughout the state.
The Seven Charter Members are:
Ralph Mark Harold Cadwallader Arthur Gottschalk Arnold Emory
Carl Monty Merton Miller Leonard Visscher
The State Officers are:
JACK DU HAMEL - - -A President MERRTT JONES - Director
ROBERT CAMPBELL- - Vice-President LAURENCE BISHOP - Director
DONALD RICHARDS Secretary and Treasurer
The Inactive Members are:
Lawrence Malcho C. Russell Dyer Eugene G. Dimick Stanley Patterson Leonard Prinsze
Howard G. CrissmanHarry M. Johnson Barlow Sturgis Stanley Preston Stephen Skrzyski
Bradford L. Dow Robert Goltz Samuel Black Edgar F. Carruthers Benjamin Cook
Donald Meier Kennet C. Kirby
Roscoe Myers A. H. Bjorkman
Floyd D. Akers T. E. McDonald
Karl C. Edwards W. G. McCracken
Norman FurstenburgBasil Pardee
C. W. Riddell Herman Kortlander
The Social Officers are:
LAURENCE BISHOP - Senior
ROBERT CAMPBELL - Junior
The Active Members are:
VVilliam Burlingame Alfred Kimble
Thomas McGough Alton Eby
Angus Belding Donald Worcester
Ashley Brooks Claude Bergevin
Voyle Woolman Jack Duhamel
Edward C. Roberts Russell Pryce
Gordon C. Rathburn Bernard Burkhard
Norman Humphries Donovan Cutler
Erle O. Halstead Corneil Koopman
E. Gilmour Winn
H. G. Morris
Master WALIJO FURSTENBURG Sergeant-at-Arms
Master HARVEY SICARD - - Secretary
Robert J. Campbell
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Si ma Alpha Delta
The richest joys of life come from the soul. They are etherealg we cannot see them,
but we can feel them. A complete life-a complete development of all the powers our
capacities afford, from whence come these joys, is the only aim in life worth while.
Such a life is made up pretty much of ideas and ideals. We acquire these in our
study, in our contact with nature, and in our associations with one another. It is the
purpose of the Sigma Alpha Delta Fraternity, not to create a class feeling, but to assist
l in providing young 111611 who come to the Ferris Institute and other schools where the
Fraternity has chapters, opportunities to associate with those whose lives inspire such
The purchase this year of the Sigma Alpha Delta Fraternity home, a beautiful
home conveniently arranged for the promotion of better study habits and social activi-
ties, greatly facilitates this Work.
W'e extend a glad hand to all industrious young men of character and of clean
l . OFFICERS
' LYMAN MORRISON - - - - President
i ORREN BARBER A - Junior President
l NEIL MAC VICAR - Recording Secretary
' WILLIAM STICKLEY - Financial Secretary
KARL STILES - Chaplain
X BERT IMESON Sergeant-at-Arms
' EARL MALTBY - - Editor
' HONORARY MEMBERS
1 Senator NV. N. Ferris MR. G. MASSELINK
' ALUMNI MEMBERS
Lester Bendykson Mack Sheldon
Ivan Dennis E. B. Schermerhorn
George Derks Kryn Nagelkirk
, James Dunn Edward Engle
1 Ralph Goodall Ellis Bou hner
1 Walter Goudy Wallace Weburg
George Green Charles Lewis
Carl Hendrickson Ewing Johnson
' Carl Erickson Jay Snoke
l Buell 'Harlow Henry Bockstahler
' Edwin Johnson Homer Porrit
Arthur Stratton James Baltes
i ' PLEDGES
W. K. Knudson Alton Gokey
l L. J. Keeler George Gerrard
1 Clarence Timmer Bruce McIntyre
Ralph Nuser Cecil Jaquith
' PRESENT MEMBERS
1 Harold N. Ahlgren Earl Maltby
1 Bert Imeson J. B, Simonson
l Norman Randall Robert Elvin
August Bauer Kenneth A. Rumsey
C. H. Charles Arthur Larson
Neil Callard Ralph Nuser
Wm. P. Jones Grover C. Baker
George Smith Lyman N. Morrison
L. J. Keeler VVm. T. Stickley
Ellory Ingersoll Wilson Howard Orr
i Marvin Stiayde Merritt Young
Clarence 'immer Karl A. Stiles
Orren Barber Hershel Fox
Walter Sheldon Lawrence Thomas
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Aldo Hulien X
C. G. Raff gf
H. J. Hayden
R. J. Hurlburt
M. N. Kenz
W. C. Gould N
Jack McVelia 7
R. L. Brunner rf
George A. Warring
Jack M. Davis
P. B. Griffin
V. L. Hedberg W. Hein
Donald Roosa I Clark King
G Whymer Bradley Phillips Riker
Lane Ohr Crane Barret
' Reilly Nadeau Robertson Young
Brown Stahl Gorin M0nr0e
Des Rochers Milor Andrews H. Brunn
Davidson Jopke Windiate E. Brunn
Parr Mac Namara Tubbs Shaunessy
Sleeper . Hilpert Ferguson Sharpe
Serrell Zeigler Wilson Smith
Diffenderfer Anderson Waugh Locke
Wesch Green Rockwell Wichterman
Arf Rau Smith Hermanson
Wells Weisel Perrin Johnson
Babcock Piercie ' Wrigley Ryan
H ' Barnes Craft Wicks Martin
Wirsch Hanson Holister Appleford
Cushing Mangleson Wilkins Schram
Charlefour Miller Beham ' Richards
Cook Richards Grates
The Gamma Phi Sigma Fraternity is the oldest fraternity at the Ferris Institute. It
has' been organized for the past Five years, and its main purpose is to create a closer
bond of fellowship among its members. During the last year, its members have played
no small part in the extra-curricular activities of the school. Our motto is "Fellowship,"
and this we live up to at all times.
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The Ferris Institute Amateur Radio Club
This club was organized by Mr. Grover C. Baker, instructor of mathematics and
physics, in January, 1924, for the instruction in theory and practice of radio work. The
club meets at the lnstitute weekly, except during the summer season. Visitors and pros-
pective members are welcome at all meetings. Regular attendance at meetings offers
the advantage of listening to and taking part in discussions supervised by Mr. Baker.
Various circuits for a receiving set were tried out before a set was purchased by the
club. Parts for a three-tube reflex set were bought and assembled by the club members
for their permanent use. Results from this set have been remarkably good, stations all
over the United States being heard from. Many of the members own their own sets
and a few have operated stations. The treasurer has made arrangements which permit
the members to enjoy club discounts when purchasing standard radio apparatus.
Through the courtesy of the management of the Colonial Theater of Big Rapids the
club had the opportunity of seeing a very interesting reel on t'Radio Communication."
The future of the club looks very bright because of the growing interest in practical
radio manipulation and the desire on the part of those interested to learn the why of
the radio and to understand the underlying principles involved in the transmission and
reception of radio communication. The plan is to have a bigger and better club next
Grover Baker, Big Rapids, Mich.
B. S. Travis, Big Rapids, Mich.
Flora Baeske, Big Rapids, Mich.
Reinhold Petsch, South Haven, Mich.
Estella De Witt, Blanchard, Mich.
Gertrude Sutton, Ithaca, Mich.
Elymas Smith, Bath, Mich.
Homer Cory, Onaway, Mich.
Walter Keck, Rochester, Mich.
Beatrice Umphrey, Bentley, Mich.
Walfred Been, Skanee, Mich.
John J. Vitton, Houghton, Mich.
WValter Magnuson, Amasa, Mich.
George C. Engelfried, Danvers, Mass.
J. Van Dellen, Falmouth, Mich.
Michael N. Kenz, Buchanan, Mich.
Peter C. Madson, Big Rapids, Mich.
DeVere Mitchell, Stanwood, Mich.
Albert McKinney, Bangor, Mich.
John Cate, Cedar, Mich.
Donald Worcester, Big Rapids, Mich.
Darius Buell, Elmira, Mich.
Leonard Delp, lonia, Mich.
Otto E. Farwell, Barryton, Mich.
Paul Hawes, Parma, Mich.
Alfred Kiemle, Battle Creek, Mich.
Mitchell LeDuc, Chicago, lll.
J. B. Simonson, Bancroft, Mich.
Calla Remington, Escanaba, Mich.
Harvey P. Sicard, Muskegon, Mich.
Harold C. Allison, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Roy Johns, Detroit, Mich,
Mary Bartel, Maple City, Mich.
Lorena Brunk, Pentwater, Mich.
Arthur H. Mann, Buchanan, Mich.
Loyde M. Billman, Jackson, Mich.
Guy L. Frost, Smyrna, Mich.
F. B. Molineaux, Wolverine, Mich.
Henry W .Holmstrom, Calumet, Mich.
Loyal D. Hoyt, Richland, Mich.
Lloyd Sanderson, Big Rapids, Mich.
Harry M. Griffith, Howell, Mich.
Bennett Black, Carsouville, Mich.
Chas. F. Mac Leod, Bad Axe, Mich.
Curtis Wernette, Big Rapids, Mich.
Sylvester F. Artman, Detroit, Mich.
Russell Brockway, Bancroft, Mich.
John Du Hamel, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Wm. C. Gould, Detroit, Mich.
Wm. Kolander, Whitmore Lake, Mich.
Walter Lundahl, South Range, Mich.
Chas. Rowe, Big Rapids, Mich.
Russell Vorce, Harbor Springs, Mich
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Keck, Engelfried, Billnian, Molineaux, Smith, McKinney, Van Dellen, Artman.
Frost, Griffith, Been, Cate, Farwell, Mann, Black, Hoyt.
Sicarcl, Lundahl, Magnuson, Vitton, Johns, Petcli, Hawes, Kolancler, Kenz, Mac Lead
Bartel, Baker, Weruette, Worcester, Holnistroin, Allison, Rowe, De Witt, Remington
GROVER C. BAKER - - - Instructor
HAROLD C. ALLISON - President
CHARLES ROWE - Secretary
GROVER C. BAKER - - Treasurer
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Life Workers' Council
Johns Hlaile :Xwrey
Adams Hill Bowman
CHA-XRl.liS ADAMS -
FERN A-XVVREY -
ROBERT YANKH - - -
Vice- l 'resident
The Life XYorlcers' Council is an organization of students who are pre-
paring for lives of serviee in furthering the Kingdom of Kiod. The Council
was organized in 1920 and has steadily grown every year since. lt is inter-
denominaiional, and its olmjeet is mutual help and encouragement
active Christian workers in the school. The Council includes not only stu-
dents preparing for the ministry and missionary held, hut also students who
wish to emlmody the principles of Christ in business and in the professions.
Many of the members of the Council are active workers in church or-
ganizations of' Big liapidsg others have joined with the Baptist young people
in holding' Sunday evening services at the county jail: members have also
visited the sick and tried to give them eoinfort. lt is our hope that the l.ile
lllvrliers' Council will eontinue to he an active and important factor in carry-
ing on Christian work in the lferris lnstitute and in the ehurehes of liig
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Ferris Institute Catholic Club
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Rev. James Malone, Pastor
CLAUDE HERGEVIN ----- President
REVA-X LXRSON - - Vice-l'rcsident
MARY J, lVICNlfllNEhr - - Treasurer
ROSE Y. FAHEY - Secretary and Editor
For years past the Catholic students of the Ferris Institute have met socially in an
organization called "Ferris Institue Catholic Club," All those of the Catholic faith are
considered members of the organization, whether they join formally or not.
The function ofthe club is to luring the Catholic students of the various departments
together in a social way, provide entertainment for all social meetings, a11d join with
other organizations in any social welfare work attempted in the school The club co-
operates with St. Marys Church. the fourth Sunday of every mouth being especially
set aside for Catholic students at which time they receive comnninion in a body.
The social meetings which are sponsored hy l'rofessor and Mrs. E. M. Clark, Pro-
fessor and Ml's. H. H. Nigro, and Miss Mary McNer11ey, who are all active memhers,
consist of games. lectures. dancing, and most important of all heats". ln the spring and
summer members look forward to many inarshmallow roasts and the annual picnic at
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Wednesday ight Debating Society
For over two decades it has been the custom at Ferris institute to organize a debat-
ing club at the beginning of each school year. Membership in this society is open to all
students and every member is given an opportunity to participate in several debates in
which the questions widely vary, some being of a humorous character which require
quick thinking and repartee while others require more consideration and preparation,
but every question debated upon has its valuable points.
The primary objects of the organization are to familiarize its members in Parlia-
mentary procedure and to teach them to think on their feet and to meet the opposing
side with cogent argument and unassailable refutation. The members of the club act
as judges and as some one always has to lose it teaches one to be a good loser in all
respects and to vow to do better next time.
Many persons now holding prominent positions out in the business and political
world were at one time members of this organization as the club records show, and it
is the hope and wish of the class to emulate these worthy personages ill accordance
with the adage "go thou and do likewise."
.XNGUS IEELDING - - - President HARRY R. MICYERING' - President
IONE NVILLTAMSON, Vice-President NORMAN RANDALL, Vice-President
GERTRUDE OLLILA - - Secretary EUNA JONES ----- Secretary
SARAH HIEIGI-ITM.-XN - Treasurer
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Stiles, Sheldon, Stiekley, Olsen, I-elcling, Meyering.
Bock, Litzner, Hartwick, Kennedy, Stocknit-yer, Melntyre.
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To maintain friendship and loyalty among our fellow nieinbeis
To promote forensic interests wherever our work lezuls us.
To willingly perform our duties of inziintzlining the highest, moi xl steincl
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Students Bible Class
The organization of the Students' Bible Class dates back as far as 1892
at which time it was held in the Presbyterian church. Later, the church
burned, thus causing some difficulty in obtaining a suitable place for the class
to meet. After some time the Masonic Temple was used and later the Elks'
Temple, but owing to the large increase in attendance it was necessary to
look for a larger room so ever since that time the Ferris Institute auditorium
has been used which has indeed been considered a privilege.
After one has attended the class and listened to many interpretations of
difficult passages by Mr. Masselink and how he applies them to the most in-
tricate problems of every day life, it is not difficult to understand why the
class has grown. Mr. Masselink has been a Bible student for many years and
also a teacher of the Bible a number of years and hence is well able to solve
the more personal problems of young men and wo-men especially. Not only
that but he thoroughly enjoys the teaching and the social contact with stu-
dents. So far this year the class has studied some in Romans, Luke, Revela-
tions and Matthew. t
Throughout the year a committee is appointed to look after the social
and welfare work among needy students and also among worthy families of
the city. For instance, one family in destitute circumstances in the cityg a
complete outfit was furnished and a certain young lad was dressed from head
to foot with all new clothing. Especially at Thanksgiving time and Christmas
time these people and most of all, students who board themselves are sur-
prised with special dinners. Of course the sick people are always well paid
with sympathy through flowers and visits from committees and friends. At
one time eleven bouquets were sent out in one week.
At various times the class has the rare treat of hearing outside speakers
on important topics of special interest which is indeed another great advan-
tage to the students of the Bible class.
Towards the end of the year a banquet was held and was certainly a spe-
cial treat owing to the fine musical program, toasts and addresses given.
Long may the name of Mr. Masselink and his Bible class be remembered
and cherished as a real living, up to the minute organization setting forth the
true philosophy and the highest ideals in life.
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Prot. Baker, I'rof. jones, VN. M. jones, I.. li. Bishop, Tillie l.ade, Blaurine Farmer, Geraldine Young,
Mrs. E. Cannady.
Second Rowflf. B. Molineaux, Neal Mae Yicar, .lack Freetliy, F. johnson, IJ. Brotherton, Al. lf, Harvie,
J. Van limster, IJ. VVOreester, VV. Smith, F. R. Garvey. Ruth Allison, Marion VVeatherliead.
Third Rowf-lean Stuart, Prof, Reed, R, Humphrey, G. Moore, Grant Ahrens, F. Daly, J. N:icVicar,
llf. Spayde, lf. Benge, R. Elvin, Clare Munro.
Fourth Rowflienueth Lake, R. jones, A. Griffith, Royal Smith, l.eo 'll0I'411lE1', l.. C. Federspiel, Paul
Hawes, j. Allen Noble, BI. Young, l,. Gibbs, A. Kempf.
Top Row-R. Richter, I.. Parkinson. Al Vincent, R. Decker, XV. Meforiiiick, J, linglefried, ll. Allison,
D. Mitchell, ti. linglefried, IC. Fulkerson, K. Rumsey.
XYILLIAM H. GARLAX IJ - - - - President
XY. M l-IRRIT JONES - YiceAPresident
MAL'Rl NE FARM ICR - Secretary
KEIQRALIJINE YOUNG ------- Treasurer
The Masons, Eastern Stars and lie Molays attending the Ferris Institute met for
the first time on October fifth. Their purpose was to organize a club in which they
could express the brotherly friendship that existed among' them, and so in our unique
school we organized and became acquainted quickly,
A number of important business meetings were held during the fall term and the
members departed tor the holidays eager for "home," but w1tl1 some social events up
their sleeves which were to mature on their return.
January fifteenth found our personnel somewhat changed, :X few of the old familiar
faces were not to be seen, but new ones took their places and these new, members readily
grasped the spirit ot our club.
On the night of February ninth, the Music Hall fairly rang with the gaiety of our
dancing party. Everyone enjoyed themselves completely to the time of good music
and a well arranged program.
Since then, important meetings have been held and more social functions are looked
for, along with the coming of spring.
Our De Molay boys are exceptionally active. taking interest in the local chapter and
having many good times.
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MR. ELYIN - - President
MR. KIRK - - Vice-President
MR. iXlClNTh'RE Secretary-Treasurer
MR. SINGLES - - - - Editor
On March IU, 1924. a nuinlmer fi worthy and energetic individuals assenihled theni-
selres in rooni four and organized what was called the Thuinlm Cluh. Students from the
thinnh district of Michigan were eligihle to hecoine inenihers of the cluh. Olticers were
elected and various sorts of activities were discussed.
The purpose of organizing this cluh was to promote the spirit of good fellowship
and to make it possihle for those students from that part of the state to mingle with
one another and come in personal Contact with each other, thus having an opportunity
to make friends with students living so near each other and not acquainted.
' Owing to the fact that the clulm was organized rather late this year, no social
activities have taken place. However it is being looked after by the president and zt
social connnittec will he appointed.
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ADALINE HILL - Secretary
EVELYN CORY Treasurer
GRACE OOSTING - Editor
Very inspirational talks have been given by the ministers of the city and various
members of the faculty at the regular meetings of the Y. XY. A number of the meet-
ings were devoted to the study of the Bible, this stucly being in charge of Rev. Dewey
of the M. E. Church.
The membership was greatly increased by at membership eainpztigii during' the
month of March.
Miss Avis lnniau was sent as delegate to the annual conference of the student
brunch of the Y. VV. C. A. held at Ypsilanti on April ll, 12 and 13. Upon her return
she gave us :L very interesting and instructive report of the meetings ut the conference.
The purpose of the association is to study the Bible and to promote the spiritual
welfare of the girls of the school.
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as the C. P. Club. The club throughout the year has participated in the efforts to make
the social life of the Ferris Institute a success. The Ferris lnstitute has always boasted
l of a large attendance from the Upper Peninsula but it will be increased two-fold through
i the iniluence of the former loyal F. l.'s who have organized F. I. Clubs all over the
l Upper Peninsula.
i EM.-XNCIEL GUILIANI - - - - President
lONli XVILLIAMSON - - Vice-President
RICHARD HUMPHREY - Secretary
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Athletics at Ferris Institute is now becoming established as a part of the
institution. Hitherto, competitive sports have had a rather desultory exist-
ence, but now, chiefly due to the activity of E. M. Clark and VV. T. Hein, steps
are being taken to place teams in the field to represent the school among the
other colleges of the state in the three major sports: Football, baseball and
This year, for the first time in the history of the school, a basketball team
was placed in the field. The venture proved a great success from the stand-
point of both victory and Hnances. The student body supported the team
loyally. Never before has any team received such enthusiastic backing as
during the recent basketball season. The team fulfilled every expectation and
merited all the support the school could possibly give. The superiority of our
team has been shown by its many victories, particularly during the final game
of the season, when it overwhelmed the Davenport Institute, one of its
strongest opponents, by a large score. The leadership of Captain Fulkerson
was always evident.
Coach Hein will receive special instructions in football coaching this com-
ing summer under Fielding H. Yost at Ann Arbor. Mr. Hein is already form-
ing plans toward placing a winning football team on the gridiro-n next season.
Many of the old players will be back, including Guiliani, our star center, who
is recognized as one of the best offensive centers in the state. Mr. Hein also
has several high school stars in view who will be encouraged to attend the
Institute next year.
Ferris Institute has always had a good baseball team. In past years it
has defeated varsity teams from many of the larger colleges. A view of this
year's line-up promises greater success than ever.
Plans are under way for a large gymnasium. This will foster an interest
in athletics more than anything else. Action along this line is being eagerly
watched by the student body. At present the new National Guard Armory
serves as the school gym. But we want a gymnasium of our own. Hasten
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The Crimson and Gold
By j. H. Winter
Cleams the gold of morning,-mists are rising fast:
To our gaze revealing World and Life at last!
Hearts a-thrill with vigor,-eyes with Hope a-light,
Crimson is the sunrise! Cold, the gleaming height!
On these morning meadows, marsh and hog we find,-
Strong and wise our marshals,-great of heart and mind,-
Every pit they've plotted from their towers at dawng
On their charts they marked them,-nolv they guide us on.
Soon the foothills rise to homes above the plain
Love and Peace will dwell there,-Truth and Beauty reign
Youth and strength and friendship give us dauntless might!
Crimson is the sunrise,-gold, that gleaming height!
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The Ferris F roliclq
For a month she had been looking forward to this night, Friday night. the night
of the Frolic at the Armory. She had secured the necessary permit from the faculty,
the beauty parlor had done its bit, and with the exception of a few minor details all was
in readiness for the largest dance of the school year. The satin slippers, the ribbons,
and the silks had been carefully selected and hidden away a week before, and the chiffon
gown was to be delivered by the shop messenger at seven thirty sharp.
She had lounged nervously about most of the evening, at the strike of the seven-
thirty chime she was anxiously awaiting the knock of the messenger, but not a sound
came. Fifteen minutes passed and still no knock, and ,lack was to call for her at nine.
She became more restless with each passing minute. Eight-thirty found her lying
on the davenport with her head buried in a heap of pillows, giving way to tears. She
lay thus for several minutes and then, half-mad, she sent out a shriek which brought
the landlady to the door.
The landlady was a kind old woman who had been allowed to have her fling while
she was at school, so was able to sympathize with our girl in her trouble. It took
Marie fully five minutes to choke out enough words between the sobs to tell her story.
But what trouble is too great for a kindhearted landlady to overcome? She coolly tore a
corner from the lace curtain at the window. Tearing this into parts, she kept the small-
est one and cast the others into the corner. Draping this about the quivering girl's
Figure, she fastened it in the back with a beauty pin. Behold-a fairy queen. The clock
struck nine, an auto honked, and Marie was on her way,
Everything was a success, she was prettier than all the others, elegant, gracious,
smiling, and crazy with joy. Men stared at her, asked her name, tried to be introduced,
asked to dance with her. The chaperone noticed her.
She left about 4 o'clock in the morning, said goodnight to Jack at the door, went to
her room, put on more clothes, and went to bed.
Years ago a crafty geezer
Known to fame as Julius Ceasar
Divided all of Gaul in "partes tres."
Out of Rome he'd hike his legions
Beat it into unknown regions
And became a mighty man in "multas
He made war on the Helvetians-
Subjugated many Grecians-
He put the Vigurini on the run-
He marched against Hispani-
Made his friends, the Haeduani-
Broti-ght to his knees the wild and savage
"Oh, things are coming easy,
Hark ye! Veni, Vidi, Vicif'
Was his message back to the folks at
"My campaign has been a wonder,
I return with loads of plu11der-
When most all the world he mastered,
And on all tribes a tax he plastered,
His thoughts turned toward an imperial
And when he'd trimmed the Arguatini
All the Populi Romani
Said, "Let o'er his shoulders regal robes
So according to the story
He reigned in pomp and glory,
With wisdom and with justice ruled the
But his gang became suspicious-
He was growing too ambitious-
Oh, mighty Julius Caesar, what a fate!
So Caesar and Decious
And others quite loquacious
Cried, "No longer shall the king our
So a secret vote was taken-
And he got it where the chicken got the
Meet me at the outer gates of Rome!" ax!
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The first bell rings loudly each morn of the year
Pharmic and college prep-all give ear:
A deep hush comes over the assembled crowd,
For not even a whisper is allowed
After 5 minutes to 8.
But listen! Mr Masselink turns and glares,
Someone has fallen up the stairs.
It's Bessie of course and you're sure, by the noise,
She'll lc-se her equilibrium or at least her poise
About 5 minutes to 8.
The checkers take roll walking down through the aisle,
And when "Pep" comes in late, you should see Greene smile.
He and Adams are the favored F. I.'s, you know.
For they have the honor to check the girls' row
At 5 minutes to 8.
Mr. Masselink says "the laggards, we pity their fate,
Will be sure to get to Heaven a little bit late."
if they do, there'll be quite a number we'd say,
But we hope Kate and Etheleen don't wait that last day
Until 5 minutes to 8.
Of course it's not right to leave the faculty out.
The roll can't be taken unless they're about.
Tommy guards the platform, Mr. Beardsley the door
Messrs. Reed, Clark, and Cramer most wear out the Hoor
At 5 minutes to 8.
When our school days are ended, and were forced to depart,
There'll be friendships and memories dear to the heart.
But though the old gang's forgot, boys and girls that we met,
There's one thing I'll wager vve'll never forget
That's 5 minutes to S. VERNA TURK.
"Let's Eliminate the Pcrpendicular Pronounu
Somebody who apparently had nothing to do and plenty of time to do it in, has
estimated that the average man Knot womenj speaks eleven million words in a year.
and that five and one-half million of these words are UI", "me", "my" and "mine".
lsn't that interesting-not to say startling?-or perfectly awful?
Egotism has become so prevalent in this fair land of ours, where talking is the
principal industry and the only one unaffected by strikes. that it is positively annoying.
We can't tell a good story any more, wherein we Figure to advantage, without inter-
rupting some egotistical person's vain, uninteresting recital of his own exploits.
NVe truly believe that the motto of some men, right here in the Ferris Institute,
fwhose names we shall suppress, out of respect for their dear teachers and sweethearts,
also our own heads? is a series of personal pronouns, in the first person.
Modest, diffident, taeiturn people Clike ourselves? are becoming alarmed at the seri-
ousness of the situation. We are glad to note from a news item that a group of fear-
less, self-sacrificing souls have organized t'The Anti-l Society." The avowed purpose of
this society is suppression of the perpendicular pronoun. Ways and means are being
diligently studied to achieve their commendable object. At the first meeting of the
organization it was suggested that an effort be made to add another amendment to the
Consitution, prohibiting the use of the pronoun "I" in excess of one-half of one per cent
of the total conversational output of any individual. But after reading a few speeches
in. The Congressional Recc-rd, and discovering that the pronoun "lu occurred on an
average 184 times per page. the idea. was abandoned.
Nevertheless, we think that something will have to be done to eradicate this in-
True it is that egotism is often a good thing, but it is one of the things that it does
not pay to advertise. 'APEPU
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The "parrots" had assembled
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All was quiet as could be.
But, oh! the awful clatter
'Within the fast closed doorgv
For the class there at 2:30 '
Was hitting on all four.
The instructress stood before them,
,Her club impressed her words, '
For it took some drastic methods
To calm these unruly birds.
To fill their heads with Latin
-Was a task to make one fretg
Fc-r these ignorant little "parrots"
Couldn't speak good English.y .
She called for a translation
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But oi course, the contrary creature
Said, that one he couldn't do.
The instructress is a marvel,
She is never in distress:
For the "dreamer" even joins in
When the chorus sings "oh yes."
At first, all were not dreamers,
But alas! they never knew
What the "power of association"
In a Latin class could do.
So whether imps or preachers
They now all talk the sameg
For to a common "parrot"
,Therefs nothing in a name.
But when they come to Caesar
They'll reap from seeds they've sown Y
Ancfgreat will be the wailing
For the things they should
So "wake up contrary creatures"
And take a different view,
Study up your "voca-bulary"
just to show what you can do.
"Learn all your indirect discourse
And your ablative absolute,
Then you'll leave behind a record
At the Ferris Institute."
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CBessie Zeno curled up on one corner of the divan writing poetry, pad and pencil
poised in airj.
BESSIE-There that's a masterpiece treading from padj
This man is different from the1n all,
Broad shouldered and divinely tall.
He possesses the most marvelous looks
just like the heroes in story books.
His hair is black, his eyes blue,
That rare, rare sapphire hue.
Words are not made that describe his smile,
But somehow it seems to make life worth while.
CBlanch Curtis who has been standing just inside the door during the last part of
the recitation, crosses the room to Bessiej.
BLANCH-+Well Bessie, co1ne on out with it, who is he this time? When you start
writing poetry, it's always the first symptom of another case of lovesickness.
BESSIE-Now Blanch, stop rubbing it in just because I've been mistaken before. This
time it's the real thing, I know it is. Why, this morning when he smiled at me, my
heart nearly stopped beating. I was t,hrilled to the core. Oh! Blanch, he is won-
BLANCH-Bessie, you are beyond me. I came to cheer you up, for I expected to find
you moping around and sighing over "Al", but, no, here you are raving about an
BESSIE-Be sensible just -once. Won't you? You know I never was in love with
"Al"g it just hurt my pride to see another woman get him. But this other man, he
is adorable.. I could fall in love with him without half trying. In fact, I'm afraid
I've done it already.
BLANCH-I truly believe that falling in love is as much a part of your life as eating
or sleeping isg you couldn't live without it, at least you wouldn't be happy, and you
don't want the same man any more than' you want the same thing to eat three
times a day, seven days in the week. Bessie, will you do something for me?
BESSIE-I'd do anything to shut you up. I always thought you were my friend and
that you understood me, but this afternoon you have been positively cruel. You
have ruined my faith in you and broken our friendship.
BLANCH-I am your friend and I do understand you, that is why what I say hurts.
It is the truth. You said you would do anyth1ng to shut me up, all right, give me
your definition of love, please.
Bessie-QSIOW and thoughtfullyj
Love -Love Love
Love is something big and great
Apparently ordained by fate.
It's a feeling grand and true,
For someone there's nothing you wouldn't do.
BLANCH-Fine only it's too bad that you have to have such a variety to experiment
on. Let's see-the victims so far this term are: Paul Kreker, "Bobbie" Martin,
Bruce Goodspeed, "Red" Geiken, "Al" Moore, and this modern Apollo-you haven't
told me what his name is yet.
BESSIE-'Good reason why, I donf Enow what it is myself.. He is a new fellow in
town, college man, I think, and he is working in George M1l11Cf,S drug store.
BLANCH-Oh! so it's-l
CPauline Telfer rushes into the room almost breathless and drops into the nearest
chair, exhausted, sighs and begins talking very fast with what breath she has left.j
P.-XULINE-Oh girls! I never hurried so fast in all my life, and then I came near not
getting here. For my breath almost failed me. I ran every bit of the way from
George Milner's drug store up here. Say, running is wonderful exercise, isn't st?
VVish I could induce Carl Schultz to try itg that would do him more good than all
"Tommy" Carlisle's reducing exercises. Say, but that antique mode of exercise
holds no lures for me, I'm so skinny now that if I indulged in it to any extent and
then turned sideways they would mark. me absent. Oh, and I most forgot--
BLANCH-For heaven's sakes, Pauline, take a breath. VVhat is the matter with you.
Are you sicki?
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BLANCH!Well, my dear, you are'sick-theng andthe very worst thing about that dis-
ease is that few realize how serious it is until it IS too late.
BESSIE-Pauline, are you in love, too? How wonderful! Tell me all about it. Who
PAULINE-That's just the tragic part of itg I don't know who he is or anything about
him, except that he is wonderful and I'm in love with him and he is working down
at George Milner's drug store. That's why I ran all the way up here, to find out if
you had seen him or know who he is. He is the first man, with the exception of
"Bugs," that I have been able to get any real kick out of in months.
BESSIE-So that's who it is. Well, I'm in love with him, too. But as far as know-
ledge of his pedigree is concerned, l'm as much at sea as you are.
BLANCH-Well, now girls, maybe I can en--
PAULINE-Have you talked to him at all? Did you notice his wonderful eyes and
marvelous smile? Oh, he is magnificent, so tall, handsome, manly, but gentle. I
could simply worship a man like that.
BESSIE-I should say I had noticed all that and more too. I tell you I'm desperately
in love with him. fDing-a-ling, phone rings. Bessie runs to answer it.D
BESSIE-Hello, yes this is 9287-I. Yes, she is here. just a moment please, and I
will call her. Blanch, it's for you. It's a man and he has the most wonderful voice.
Who is he?
PAULINE-Blanch, you have been keeping something from us. NVho is he?
BESSIE-You could have most any fellow in school, still you won't look at any of
CBlanch has finally gotten to the telephone and managed to get it away from Bessie.D
BLANCH-Hello, yes. How did you know where I was? Oh. Miss Church told you.
Surely, do you want me to come right away? Then I'll meet you on the corner by
the post office in about ten minutes. Bye-bye. Well, girls I'll have to leave now.
CStarts putting 011 her wraps.D
PAULINE-fjumping up and standing in the door-way.J No, you don't leave this
house until you tell us who that man was. Does she, Bessie?
BESSIE-I should say she doesn't.
BLANCH-If I expect to meet him in ten minutes, I guess I'll have to tell you. That
was "Bill" Rice, the only fellow l've raved about for two years. He is spending his
spring vacation in Big Rapids. Oh, and I most forgot to tell you he is working in
George Milner's drug store.
BOTH-No, he's noti-
BLANCH-Yes girls, he is your hero. And now I must go and tcll "Bill" what a re-
markable stir he has made in polite society. Good-bye. Be sure and come over
tomorrow afternoon and I'll give you a complete history of your soul-mate.
BESSIE-You don't need to trouble yourself.
PAULINE-Illl say you needn't. The fact is, we are not in the least interested.
BLANCH-No? Well, be sure and come anyway. Bye. fExitJ
BESSIE-Meow. And to think that I considered her my friend, and told her every-
thing. Oh, my faith is completely shaken, I'll never be the same again.
PAULINE-Nor I. Why, I worshiped him and thought him supremely clever, but
now I'm through with men forever.
BESSIE-VVhy Pauline, that last was poetry, just a minute. QShe writes frantically
for a few minutes, then reads.j
My heart is growing cold and still,
Of all men I've had my fill.
I worshipped him and thought him supremely clevcrg
But now. I'm through with men forever,
This affair has cured me.
The folly of love, I now plainly see.
PAULINE-Gee, Bessie that is good, and it expresses my feelings exactly.
CBoth sit in gloomy silence for a few minutes, then an auto horn is heard outside.D
BESSIE-Who is that? QBoth jump up and run to the Windowj
PAULINE-It's "Bugs". ,
BESSIE-And that good looking McCormic fellow is with him. Do you suppose he
knows I'm here? Does my hair look all right? CThey have been walking towards
the door and now leave the room.D "PEP"
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Forty-First Year pens 1
September 1, 1924
For High School Graduates
Coinniercial 'l'eachers'. tvvovyear course
Shorthand Teachers', tvvo-year course
First Year Normal
First Year College
Pharmacy. two-year course Salesmanship
Higher Accounting, two-year course Civil Service
Business gXKll11llllSU'3.llO11 llanking
Chemistry, two-year course Stenography
Secretarial Course, one year
For Drug Clerks
.-X short course preparatory for the November and January examinations will
be organized September l. NVr1te for special information.
Meets Requirements of New Law
Vedagogy Grammar Pliysiology
State Manual Geography U. History
l'ri1nary Reading Arithmetic Civics, etc.
Observation and Practice Teaching
For Foreign Students
English Reading U S. History
,Xrithnietic Pennianship Civics
Spelling Public Speaking Typewritinq
For College Preparatory Students
A list of twenty-four subjects is offered. Select those that will prepare you
for the college you plan to enter. Graduates enter the best universities without
For Office Work
Bookkeeping Pennianship l.axv
Shorthand Rapid Calculation linglish
Typewritmg htficiency .'XI'llllll1t'llC
Regular work will be offered in the Morse and wireless systems. ln coil-
nection with these students can take Bookkeeping, linghsh, ,Xrithmetie, l'e11f
manslnp. Spelling, etc, without extra charge.
Special Courses y
Vsychology Music A Debating l
Human Nature Physical culture I'ubl:e Speaking
The above gives a general vievy of what can be taken at the Ferris Institute.
VVrite us a letter describing in detail your wishes and what you have done so far.
W. N. FERRIS, President G. MASSELINK, Vice-President
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My dear Tillie: March de 2, 1924.
First of all I must take de pen and ink in de hand and write mit de ,lead pencil, must
tell you dat I don't live where I use to live, I live where ve moved, und I like it very
much. Yes, that Mr. Reed you asked about is married, has been married a long time,
but it's not funny dat you didn't know it, he is still a good scout.
Blanch Charlevoix is going to teach de school in your district dis next year. My I
tink she make a good wife for Alton Gokey.
You know around here are lots of people dying dat never died before. Mrs. Freethy
died of Newmonia on New Years day. und she left a family of two boys und two cows.
XVhat do you think, they found ten thousand dollars sewed up in her bustle. I think
that is too much money to leave behind. If Jack and Tommy should die, den it all goes
to de cows. And last week, Red Geiken he died of the sleeping sickness.
-Mrs. Skeba has de population of de heart, she is right at death's door, and Dr.
Ahlgren says, he thinks dat he can pull her through. It is too bad for she has such a
quiet little boy named Skarvi, why he is just like a human being. Clare Munroe, he had
the mumps, den "Pep" Schell got dem, now Lloyd Gibbs is sick with de same things.
VVhat you think? MAI." Bar is suffering with de brain fever, und de great specialist
Hyde Parker has prescribed de rest cure. "AIU doesn't seem to mind.
"Joe" Muneher told me to tell you, dat you were mistaken about him, dat he isn't
lazy, he just doesn't like to work.
You say you got a nice letter from "Howiel' Orr? Dat's good, only don't you fall
for him, Tillie, he is de kind what loves lots of girls, but loves dem in relays.
Yesterday afternoon I went walking around de bolevard, what I saw was Ione Wil-
liamson picking up Bert Imerson, Poor boy, he must have hurt himself, he fell so hard
for her. Den I saw "Red" Chininer walking with Marie Rian, dey were down by the
old saw mill. "Red" bumped against one of those circular things and he only lasted one
Next time you see dat Merritt jones you tell him dat if he den't pay me dat forty
cents dat he owes me, dat Russel Hurlbert will cut off his head und throw it in his face.
Clark King borrowed t'Nick" Callard's teeth off him to have his picture taken. Den
he put dem in his hip pocket and immediately forgot all about dem. A few minutes later
he sat down und bit himself. Now ain't dat awful Tillie?
I just read in de paper where it said dat de United States spends 310,000 every year
for gum. I think dat is an awful lot of money to stick under de tables und chairs. I
also read dat Hermine Doucette has gone to Hollywood. She has de role of colored
wash women in de Lasky Production, "Kicked out of College." In de same paper there
was a notice by "Don" Roosa, requesting de girls to file der applications for dates earlier.
Und right next in de same column was an advertisement for Etheline Pickell's latest
A little while ago mother sent "Al" Moore to de butcher to see if he had pig's feet.
Und now he comes back und says he couldn't see cause he had shoes on.
I'm sorry to have to tell you dat Myrtle Gates only got de fourth place in de popular
lady contest, but den ve all know dat "Myrt'l didn't try very hard to sell de votes.
Vernon Hedberg is washing de dishes for me so dat I can write dis letter to you.
Lots of times I think Bessie Mmier will sure have a good man.
Mother is sending you Russel Harrington's coat, she cut off de buttons to save on
de extra charges, und you vill find dem in de inside pocket. You can give de coat to
"Mike" Fingerle, he is such a poor boy that he has to wear everybody's clothes.
Vell I think must close cause I hear "Bill'l Burlingame singing, und I must stop
him before de neighbors hurt him.
Yours until de trains come into Big Rapids on time,
P. S.: If you don't get dis letter let me know und I vill write you another one.
P. S. 2 times. I got de five dollars what I owe you, but I close de letter und I canlt
put it in now.
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TIME-2:30 P. M. I
PLACE-Room 26, Ferris Institute.
ACT I-Scene 25. ,
Room in great uproar. Students all talking about everything except sociology. i
Enter two coeds.
Howie Orr: "Here comes the Brox sisters."
Great expressions of mirth heard from the third rovv from the rear.
, Enter a red-headed man. I
I Frank Freeman: "Move over and let I-Iomer in."
Enter Mr. Masselink: "Let's have it quiet please." f
I Great silence pervades the room. Whereupon he proceeds to open all the windows l
in the rear of the room.
Dick Atkinson: "Hey what do you think I am, an Eskimo? Shut the window." ,
i Mr. Masselink: "What is Poligamy, Mr. Griffin?"
No answer. '
. Mr. Masselink: "Mr. Griffin absent?" l
I Phil Griffin: "No here." ,
1 Mr. Masselink: "Well, I'm glad of that. Now Trittin, tell us exactly what a ,
1 poligamist is." 4
l Bob Trittin: "A man with many wivesfl x
' Pauline Telfer: "Oh, Mr. Masselink, what would he do when they all needed new ,
hats ?" I
l Another burst of laughter.
Q Mr. Masselink: "Now get me right about this. Who was Ricardo?"
Red Geiken: "VVhat league did he play in?"
I Mr. Masselink: "Let us have it quiet back there." Silence again reigns. "Take
No. 67 Mr. Geiken. Are women superior to men?"
. Red Geiken: "No, women cannot assume the responsibilities of business that
1 men do."
1 Pep Schell: "Statistics show that women are about 90 per cent more successful
Q in business than men."
l Red Geiken: "Well, they will never build skyscrapers."
Mr. Masselink: "That will be all, this is no debate."
Mr. Masselink then tells of a case where a sixteen year old boy marries a woman of
1 forty, not because he was in love with her but because he wanted a mother.
l Pauline Telfer: "If he had one mother what did he want another one for?"
1 More laughter.
5 Mr. Masselink: "At what age can girls marry, Miss Schell?"
l Pep Schell: "I don't know, I never was interested."
Mr. Masselink: 'tTake question No. 70 Mr. Griffin. Is it all right for families to
X eat at clubs?" '
l Phil Griffin: "Yes sir, it is." Thereupon Phil receives great applause from the
1 female portion of the class. .
L Mr. Masselink: "What did Paul say about labor, Mr. Charles?'l i
I Cec. Charles: l'Paul who?" e l
Mr. Masselink: "There's the bell. everybody remember to bring their questions to
I class tomorrow." ' l
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Cramer Cin the middle of a jokel--Have I ever told the class this one before?
Class Cchorusj-Yes! A D . l
Cramer fproceedingj-Good! You will probably understand it this time.
A colloquialism that should be banished is 'Aspring a joke."
Most jokes of today do not springg they are pushed and fall helpless a few feet away.
Suggested Questions for F. I. Examinations
1. VVhen was the war of 1812?
Z. From what province of France was Joan of Arc?
3. Who is the author of Macaulay's History of England?
4. VVhat two countries were the participants in the Spanish-American VVar?
5. In what season of the year did Washiiigtoii winter at Valley Forge?
6. Tell about the Swiss Navy.
Masselink Cin Economicsj-Do you believe in a more elastic currency?
Orr-No, it's elastic enough. Why not made it more adhesive?
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Wlien years go by and Clark is dead,
Don't forget the things he said:
"VVhen writing a test, remember the ink,
Remember the question in regard to thinkg
YNe'll close the door and expostulate,
Of the Spanish Armada and also Drake,
The question in regard to history's date,
And now we'll recapitulatef'
Jully Con the football held after being knocked outj-VVhere am l, in Heaven?
Comar-No Jully, 1'm still with you.
Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.
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pipe, but they were both too dirty.
Mr. Masselink-That man you go with is a bad egg.
Fair One-I know it, that's why I hate to drop him.
Every time I see a member of the Home Guards I think of how terrible a thing war
Mr. 1Reed fin penmanship classj-Now make your Ijs look like L and your H's look
A good way to cool a car is to strip the gears: then it will stay cool for a couple of days.
House lights are measured by candle power, but porch lights by scandal power.
From F. I., Campbell expects to go to Colgates to take up tooth paste.
There's this about Penmanship credits, you can't get one with a pony.
Quite Fitting '
Mr. Parr fin Chemistryj-In England they have mineral wells called Epson VVells.
That's where they got the name for Epson Salts, also the race, 'called the Epson
Two cats had decided to have a duel which was to last until one of them was dead, but,
on second thought, changed their minds and made it the best five lives out of nine.
, . Real Honesty
To a tramp who wanted to earn a bite to eat a woman said: "If I thought you were
honest I'd let you go to the chicken house and gather the eggs"
"Lady,'y replied the tramp, "I was manager of a bath house for fifteen years and never
took a bath." I
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-I understand ............................ is a great basket ball player.
-Did you ever see him play.
-No, but I heard him playing a game in the locker room the other night.
G. R. 81 I. Brakeman-Better keep your head inside the window!
can look out the window if I want to.
G. R. Sz I. Man-Sure you can, but if you damage any of the steel work of the bridges,
you'll have to pay for it.
They were adrift in an open boat. The waves were mountain high. It seemed as thougjh
they were lost. Finally, one of the men fell to his knees and began to pray. " ,
Lord," he said, l'l've been a hard drinker, but if my life is spared now, I'll never
"Wait a minute Jack," said the other one, "Don't go too far. I think I see a sail."
We have just heard of a woman who went to a hotel unaccompanied and discovered that
the acoustic properties of her room were such that every time she spoke aloud there
was an echo. She made a bold attempt to get the last word, and in so doing talked
herself to death. .
Greta-Did you hear about Bill winning the loving cup?
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Eldon-When it gets the least bit warm I get the spring fever.
Lena-What are you going to do when you die?
Gurley-Do you want this picture large or small?
Gurley-Then youlll have to close your mouth,
Merchant-Do you sell those landscape views?
Lozen Cin hopej-Oh yes, certainly.
Merchant-Young man, come with me. I've been looking for a salesman like you for
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Visitor-You surely have a fine bunch of stenographers. Where do you Find them?
Manager-Usually in the back corner fixing their hair. ,
Whatever trouble Adam had, '
No man in days of yore
Could say when he had told a joke
"I've heard that one before.
Mr. Clark-VVho was Ioan d' Arc?
ChappusAVVasn't she Noah's wife? ,
If you have ambition, go west, young man, go west.-Horace Greely.
If you lack ambition, take yeast, young man, take yeast."-Fleishman.
Mr. Masselink-You were born a writer, Burlingame.
Mr, Masselink-You have an ear for carrying a pen.
Mr. Clark-VVhat is the China question?
Miss Faliey-Wlio will wash the dishes! .
Student-Mr Baker, I want to ask you concerning a tragedy.
Student-VVhat is my grade in Physics?
Student teeming into class latej-Has the whistle blown yet?l'
L. Braendle-It's only six o'eloek-I told you to eome after supper."
H. Ellis-That's what I came after.
Tourist'-Shall I take this road to Big Rapids?
F. I. Student-Isn't necessary, they already have one there."
There little kitten, don't you ery,
You'll be a fox fur after you die.
"That settles you. Your name is mud," said the raindrop to .the particlelof dust.
"This is the skin I love to touchfl said mfe.?fiL4.,, as Mr. Ferris handed him his diploma.
"Thats the guy I'm laying for," said the hen as the farmer crossed the barnyard.
"I'm dressed to kill," said Ruth Marks as she took her first lesson in driving.
"Back to the old grind," said the false teeth as the farmer put them back into his mouth.
"If a wish could make it sew," said the student as he viewed his torn trousers.
Mr. CrameriVVhat animal has four legs and flys?
A dead horse. .
Bill-VVhat's the most you ever got out of your Ford.
Ebyf-Twenty times in one mile.
Mr. Travis-VVhat is the hypothesis given with this triangle?
Mr. FrostfI never knew that triangles had hypothesis, you don't mean hypotenus, do
A bird in the hand shouldn't throw stones.
People who live in glass houses gather no moss.
A rolling stone is worth twotin the bush. .
Travel brings out all there is in a person, especially sea travel.
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