Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Published by the students of the Morgan Park High School To Mr. W1'771'am .Sclzoclz our friend ancl 1Sr1'nc1jSal, wfzzose genfaffty has won our regarcl and wlzose scholarly attamments commancl our respect, we, the stuclents of tile .Morgan park Hfglz -School, do decli- cate this first number oftlze Annual, as an expression of our sincere esteem. auf I 'o nf Qs' Q.. i ff 1 s ,. ' Q 2 - Z 2 b is Q4 5 E 2 N E 1 2 E I S E 5 3 s sf i fi Q 5 E z s W Q Z 5 5 5 3 5 X 94 2 5 75 3 Q, A Q 3 E E : Q , 1 . V , -. . , 1 4 W , . f. 1.-3.-, -P11 ,,-1 L , 15, . - ' - - , , , , A - ' p 1.. 1 3 -R V, . A W ' H , '., A ,, L v . K .fu 1. , .- g 1' V ' W, hw, X Q ' N4 'ax Q M f jfx v ,H -i1' ,fn if " ,-B W4 'gf V f K SEN! .Senior Filings . LAURA NOWAK- President 19213 member of the S. A. and the French Clubg Editor of Once Over and Ripples, 19203 Orchestrag Pinaforeg Doll Showg Christmas Pageant. Our presi- dent has been very active in school activities and is without doubt one of our most versatile and school- spirited girls. She cannot help but make good at Chicago University where she goes next fall. Best luck! EDWIN HERMES-"Ed" Vice-president 19213 vice-president of the S. A. '20-'21g Sergeant, R. O. T. C.g Short Stop on the Baseball Team '19, '20, '21g Forward on the Lightweight Basketball Team '21g Class Basketball '17-'18, '19-'20, '20-'21, Ed is easily our star athlete and, though quiet, is exceedingly popular. His future is undecided as yet. SARA HAYES-"Saradine" Secretary 1921g member of the S. A.g Walking Club. Saradine entered Morgan Park in her Senior year. She came from Flora, Illinois, where she was interested in dramatics and athletics. Because of her excellent schol- arship and sweet disposition she soon became well liked by her classmates here. We're glad you came, Sara! CSara goes oif to New Mexico in the fall.j RAYMOND BECKER-"Ray" Treasurer 1921g member of the S. A.g First Sergeant R. O. T. C.g Class Basketball '17-'18, '18-'19, '19-'20 '20-'21. Raymond has always been a capable and reli able fellow. He is going to the U. of C. next fall. 6 MARGARET ARMSTRONG-"Mig" Class Basketball '18-'19g member of the S. A., the Girl Reserves and the Walking Club. The class has found Margaret to be a good, conscientious student and a hard worker. She is going to Beloit. Keep up the good work! ELIZABETH ARNEMAN-"Sizzy" Member of the S. A.g Doll Show. Sizzy has been ex- tremely popular on account of her impartiality, her nice disposition and her happy-go-lucky manner. She leaves for Beloit College in the fall where she will surely make many friends. RUTH ARNOLD-"Rufus" - Glee Club, member of the S. A., Walking Club, and the Girl Reserves. Ruth is certainly our best student and has maintained an unusually high average throughout her high school course. She plans to go to Hillsdale. LEILA AUGUR Treasurer '18-'19, '19-'20, President of the Girl Reserves '20-'21, a member of the French Clubg Vice-president of the S. A., '19-'20, Class Basketball '18-'19, '19-'20, Editor of the Once Over '19-'20, Pinaforeg Glee Club, Sylvia. Leila's wonderful record speaks for itself. The only thing left to say is that nowhere is there a girl who in school spirit, brains, efficiency, and real fineness of character can match our Leila. She is going to Hillsdale. We say, lucky Hillsdale! I GRACE BELL Class Basketball '18-'19, member of the S. A., the Girl Reserves, and the Glee Clubg Secretary of the Walking Club. Grace, one of our quiet girls, is well liked and has made many friends. MARION BARNES-"To0ts', Class Basketball '18-'19, member of the S. A., the Walk- ing Club, the Girl Reserves, and the Glee Clubg Pina- foreg Doll Show. Marion is a good student, especially in English. Her future is not yet decided but she is bound to make good whatever she does. GERTRUDE BECK-"Trudy" Reporter on the Empehi Staff, member of the S. A. and the Glee Clubg Pinafore. Trudy is our leading wit-witness, the Class Prophecy. Her presence will brighten Northwestern University next year. MACK LAMB Basketball '19-20, '20-'21, Baseball '20-'21 fCaptainJg Class Basketball '18-'19, '20-'21, School Golf Team 1921 fCaptainJg Manager of Golf and Tennis Teams '19-'20- '21g member of the S. A. Mack's record shows that he has been unusually active along athletic lines-and we all know that he has "made good." 8 . GLADYS BRADLEY--"Pat" Sylvia, Pinaforeg' Class Basketball '20-'21, Class Base- ball '21g member of the S. A., the Girl Reserves, the Walking Club, and the Glee Club. Pat is the rosy- cheeked girl with the sweet manner. She has taken active interest in school affairs and is some athlete. LAURA CANTY-"Babe" Photographer on Empehi Staff, June '21, Basketball '18-'19, member of the S. A., Walking Club, Glee Club, and French Club, Doll Show. Babe is a "hustler"-- one of the "little but oh! my!" girls. She has never been tardy to school! Laura's future is not yet de- cided. PA ULINE CARTER- The Courtship, Pinaforeg member of the S. A. and the Glee Club. Pauline is graduating in three and a half years-a sure proof of good scholarship. She has not yet decided what she will do next year. JULIA CHURCH-"Judy" , Vice-president '18-'19, member of the S. A., French Club and Glee Club. Judy-a combination of bashful- ness, merry laughter, wit, sarcasm, sweetness, and brains! Pretty? Oh, my goodness, Yes! Judy goes to Ferry Hall and thence to Smith College. 9 NORMAN DANIELS-"Norm" Orchestra, Bandg Pinaforeg First Lieutenant R. O. T. C.: member of the S. A. Norman's record shows his musi- cal interest-he is a flutist of no small ability. He is going to Armour Institute. KATHARYN DAUGH ERTY-"K ate" 'Hebe" in Pinaforeg member of the S. A. and the Glee Club. Kate is noted especially for her music-include ing her singing, jazz, and classical numbers. Kate leaves us for Chevy Chase, Washington, D. C. GEORGE DOWNING- President '19-'20g Editor of Empehi ,19-'20, member of the S. A., Walking Club, Orchestra, and Bandg Cor- poral R. O. T. C., Pinaforeg "William" in Sylvia. George has maintained an excellent average in his scholarship, proving himself a good student and a hard worker. He is one of Morgan Park's finest. We're certainly sorry to see him go! CU. of CJ VVALKER FINDLEY-"Corker" r member of the S. A., the Orchestra, and the Band, Pinafore. Walker is one of our most quiet boys- Sergeant R. O. T. C., Class Basketball '19-'20, '20-'21- known on account of his musical and athletic ability He will go to Monmouth College. 10 VIVIAN HAMILTON-"Biff" Class Basketball '20-'21, member of the S. A. and the French Clubg Doll Show. Vivian has acquired an excel- lent reputation because of her scholarship, her sweet manrgele and her unaffectedness. She plans to go to the U. o . DE WITT LAN E-"Dewey" Class Basketball '19-'20, member of the S. A. and the Band . Dewey has always been a very popular member of '21. Although he has not been prominent in ath- - letics or high in scholarship, he leaves the school better liked, perhaps, than any other person in the class. A humorous personage? Rather! One of Mr. Hamil- ton's pets? Dewey goes off to the U. of I. in the fall. ISABEL GLOVER-"Izzy" Class Basketball '20-'21g member of the S. A., the Glee Club, and the Girl Reserves. Isabel is a good athlete and has an abundance of pep. REVELEY HA LLETT-"Sally" Corporal R. O. T. C.g member of the S. A. and the Bandg Class Basketball '19-'2Og The Courtship. Reveley is one of our brightest "lights"-he "revels" in eco- nomic and historic questions and certainly possesses a keen, brilliant, intellect. 11 0 W ERA HAYDEN-"Vjeh" Class Basketball '18-'19, '20-'21, member of the S. A., the Girl Reserves, and the Walking Club, The Court- ship. Vera was elected "the girl with the nicest dis- position in the class." She more than merits her honorable "title." She goes to Normal next year and will eventually teac . OLGA HEDEEN-"Swede" "Betty" in Sylvia, Class Basketball '20-'21, Pinaforeg member of the S. A., the Walking Club, the French Club, and the Glee Club. Olga is the "Songbird" of the class. Everyone carries away treasured memories of her' beautiful singing in "Sylvia," She has not yet decided about what she will do. We suggest music! ELLWOOD HOLLAND-"Dutchy" Military Editor on Empehi Staff '19-'20-'21, Captain R. O. T. C., Doll Show, Class Basketball '18-'19, '19-'20g member of the S. A. Ellwood is one of our very quiet members. It is known, however, that he is an artist of great ability, and, also, that he makes a "stunning soldier." Purdue University receives Ellwood next year. ELIZABETH JOOR--"Lib" Exchange Editor on the Empehi Staff, 1921, member of the S. A., Orchestra, and Glee Club. "Lib" is a charming girl, a good student, and a loyal worker. Music is her "hobby", and she hopes to make it her profession, although her plans for the future are not yet definitely settled. 12 KATHERINE KEELER-"Girlie" Secretary '18-'19g Editor of Empehi '21' Literar Ed' Y 1' tor '20g member of the S. A. and the Crchestrag Doll Show, Christmas Pageantg Pinaforeg Sylvia. She came, she saw, she conquered-and we like her for it! Girlie C t . I . ,, . ,, . . er am y is right there with the pep' we wish her ll th a e luck in the world! She plans to go to Smith College. MARCELLA GOODLETT-"Celia" Vice-president of the Walking Clubg member of the S A d th . . an e Glee Clubg Pinaforeg The Courtship. Marcella is one of our prettiest, pepiest, and sweetest ' l gir s-always happy. A member of the Prabel-Schultz- Goodlett triumvirate. RANDOLPH TREDWELL-"Rick" President of the Senior Group 1920-19215 First Lieu- tenant R. 0. T. C.g Right Tackle, Football Team, 19203 "Ralph" in Pinafore, the Romancersg member of the S. A., chairman of the Senior Prom Committee. Rick has always been "school-spirited" and his pep, along these lines, has been an inspiration to others of the class. Rick has also distinguished himself by bein 2 the originator and the manager of Morgan Park's Hrst Senior Prom. Rick is going to Illinois in the fall-we predict that he will be very popular! MERRELL BENNINGHOFF-"Benny" Corporal, R. O. T. C.g member of the S. A., and the Walking Clubg Football, Halfback '20, Baseball '20-'21, Class Basketball '19-'20g Christmas Pageant, Sylvia. Merrell is noted chiefly for his good humor and a gree- able disposition. He goes east to Rochester University next year. 123 ESTHER PRABEL-"Slivers" Secretary of the Senior Group '20-'21g President of the Walking Club '19-'20g member of the S. A. and the Glee Club, "Polly" in Sylvia, Pinaforeg The Courtship, Artist on Empehi Staff. To attempt to tell all about Esther's record would be out of the question. As an artist, as a student, as an actress, and as a singer, she has been extraordinary. Her work as an artist on the Staff has been extremely important and we are glad to say that Esther intends to go to the Art Institute next year. We expect great things from you, Polly! DOROTHY PRIMM-"Dottie" Class Basketball '17-'18, '18-'19, '19-'20, member of the Walking Club, the Girl Reserves, and the Glee Cluog ' ' df sition and is a Pinafore. Dottie has a sunny ISDO loyal Empehi-ite. She was in Kansas City during most of her Senior year and we are surely glad that she came back to graduate with '21. She is planning to go to Northwestern University. BARRETT RICH-"Root Beer" Member of the Walking Club and the S. A. Barrett is one of Mr. Hamilton's shining lights-also stars in Math., he has a high average in scholarship during his four years and can truly be called a "scholar." Add to all this the fact that he is the youngest member of the class-aged 16 years and 4 months! We certainly know that Barrett will make a brilliant record at the U. of I., where he will be next year. ANDREW RICHARDSON-"Andy" Andrew came to us from Morris, Illinois, in his Senior year. At Morris he was active along musical, athletic, and dramatic lines. At M. P. H. S. he has been a member of the S. A., a Corporal in the R. O. T. C., and the Chairman of the Class Night Committee. Andy has made many friends here and we are all glad he came. His future is as yet undecided. 14 JOHN RUDIN-"Cupid" "DeLacey" in Sylvia, member of the Orchestra, the Band, the S. A., the Walking Club, and the French Club, Walking Club Play. John is very musical and has always been interested in the musical organizations of the school. Also, he is SOME bluifer! John is going to Columbia University. ROLLIN SANFORD-"Lefty" President of the S. A. 1920-19215 Manager of the Foot- ball Team 1920. Lefty is one of our "very popular" boys. He is a good manager-proved by his manage- ment of the Senior Dance in the winter, and his man- agement of the S. A. and the Football Team. Lefty goes to Illinois this fall where he will not only have a good time, but will also make friends. ALBERTA SCHULTZ-"Babe" Treasurer '18-'19, member of the S. A., the Walking Club, and the Glee Club. Beneath Alberta's calm, re- served manner, there lies a mischievous, extremely in- teresting, and sweet personality-so say those who know her well. Although Alberta's future is not yet decided, she is going to New York very soon and we are all sorry to see our class-mate and school friend depart. Come back soon! EMMA SMITH-"Em" Business Manager of Empehi 19215 Basketball '19-'20, member of the S. A., the Walking Club, the Girl Re- serves, and the Glee Club. As a student, Emma is a "wizard"-especially in Math. She has shown herself to be a willing, hard worker on the Empehi Staff and has always been much interested in school activities. She is going to Northwestern where she will surely do "big" things. 15 MARIE TURN ER-"Rec" Sylvia, Pinafore, the Dress Rehearsal, member of the S. A. and the Glee Club. We have enjoyed Ma1'ie's beautiful playing on several occasions. She will con- tinue to study at the Chicago Musical College next year and will adopt music as her profession. ERNA URLAND-"Ernie" Member of the S. A., the Orchestra, the Glee Club, the Walking Club, and the Girl Reserves, the Court- ship. Erna's fiddle has been a source of great pleasure to us all. She is going either to Normal or the Amer- ican Conservatory and plans to be a teacher of music. EDITH WILSON--"Edie" Class Basketball '20-'21, member of the S. A., the Girl Reserves, the Walking Club, and the Glee Club, The Courtship. Edith belongs to that class of girls who are very quiet but who surprise us every now and then -witness, her athletic ability, brought to the front this year, and also, her dramatic talent. Edith is going to the U. of I. PEARL MACE Orchestrag member of the S. A., the Glee Club, the Girl Reserves and the French Club. Pearl is a good student and possesses a cheery, sweet disposition. She is going to be a kindergarten teacher and will surely be a good one! 16 MARJORIE WOOLETT-"Midge" A member of the S. A. and the Girl Reserves. Mar- jorie has always been a good student and is going' to Normal next year. She is one of the Hayden-Urland- Wilson-Woollett-Yager-Hamilton sextet. GRACE YAGER-"Gracious" Class Basketball '18-'19, '20-'21, The Courtship, mem- ber of the S. A., the Walking Club, and the Girl Re- serves. Grace has always been quiet and retiring but, like the rest of her 'tsextetf' is a good student and is interested in school activities. Her future is not yet decided. LEWIS YOUNGER-"Louie" Secretary '19-'20, Circulation Manager of Empehi '20- '21g Pinaforeg Sylviag The Courtshipg President of the Walking Club, member of the S. A., Corporal R. O. T. C. As seen by Louie's record, he has been active in practically every available field. His interest in dra- matics is very great, and, as Chairman of the Senior Play Committee, he did invaluable work for the class. He is going next year to Illinois, where he will study to be a surgeon. I7 EDNA MULHERN--"Ed" Four Year Course. Edna came to Morgan Park from Bloom Township High in her Senior year. At Bloom she was active along dramatic and athletic lines. Here, we have found her quiet and retiring, but willing to work and a good student. Edna is going to Rockford College in the fall. Qlnmmmfifal 0115155 Binge DOROTHY BATHE-"Babs" Class President, member of the Commercial Club. A pretty lass is Dorothy B, And just as sweet as she can be! RUTH MUESBECK--"Ruthie" Member of the Commercial Club. Ruthie is quiet, quiet? You bet! She's the quietest girl of the Commercial Sextette. VIRGINIA PIERSON-"Gene" Member of the Girl Reserves, and the Commercial Club. Along comes Gene with her laugh and vim, She sometimes plays for the dance in the gym. FRIEDA RICKERT-"Nuddie," "Fritz" Member of the Commercial Club. With a one step, a two step, a waltz or a trot, With a waxed fioor, a partner-Fritz is on the spot! FRANCES WAYTE-"Fannie" Business Correspondent on Empehi Staff '21, Com- mercial Editor '20-'21g member of the S. A. and the Commercial Club. As for Frances, goodness me! She is a busy lass, But you have to confess she's popular, and the brightest in her class. 'lf' ihnnur Bull 0115155 1921 Rank of students is determined by allowing grade points in all full subjects as follows: 80-84 .............................. 1 point 85-89 ..... .... 2 points 90-95 ..... . .... 3 points 96-100 ...................... .... 4 points Students earning 95 or more grade points: George Downing .................. .... 1 18 Katherine Keeler ..... . . . .... 112 Emma Smith . . . .... . . . .103 Ruth Arnold .... .... 1 02 Barrett Rich .... . . .... 100 Leila Augur 99 Laura Nowak . . . . . . 97 Elizabeth joor .................. ......... .... .... 9 5 Brnphccg nf the Qllass nf 1921 Randolph Tredwell, It is thy fate to conduct a party of hot-headed women to Egypt to train camels. Marie Turner, Thou shalt be the compassionate matron of a home for dis- illusioned girls. julia Church, A ranch woman's fate is thine. Thy winning smile shall be the ruin of more than one dashing cow-boy. Pearl Mace, Fate has decided that 'thou shalt invent a marvelous process for making sausage from saw-dnst and granulated toad-stools. Mack Lamb, Thou shalt become a pastor to the sect of Seven-day Adventists at Battle Creek. Edna Mulhern, Thou shalt be a missionary to the poor benighted Hottentots in South Africa after thou hast married a New York millionaire. Marcella Goodlett, Thou art destined to be the mistress of a huge estate noted for its many lanes. Esther Prabel, Thy famous motto shalt be "We dye permanently in three treatments." ' Grace Yager and Lewis Younger, Thou shalt be the joint owners of the famous "Yager-Younger Circus," to which the eyes of all the world are drawn in admi- ration of the marvelous tight-rope walking of Edith VVilson, known as Mlle. Okrainsky. Rollin Sanford, Thy many millions shall be made by picking up shavings .in a barber shop. ' Elizabeth Joor, Destiny has determined that thou shalt chase after balls.-inpthe "Zinc Billiard Hall." . Alberta Schultz, Thou shalt instruct the South Sea Islanders in Jewish gym- nastics and folk dances. I L., Raymond Becker, Thou art destined to be the sole owner and manager of the "Becker Audacitiesof l935", in which Ruth Arnold stars by 'singing the latest song hit, "Naughty Naughty." 19 Leila Augur, Thou shalt live with ten howling black cats and twenty gibbering parrots because thy tongue is so adept in wiggling. Olga Hedeen, Thou shalt be a Prima Donna in the Jewish Opera. i Sara Hayes and Reveley Hallet, After joining together thy hearts and lives, thou shalt become the world famous modistes. Isabelle Glover, Thy book, "I Teach You How to Concentrate in One Lesson," shall be read the world over. Laura Canty and VValker Findley, Often this sign shall be read by thy ardent admirers. "Come and see the Canty and Findley Slap-stick Comedy at the Olym- pic tonight." Margaret Armstrong, Thou art destined to be the manager of a Hot Dog Emporium. Pauline Carter. Thou shalt teach the young and foolish to do the latest dances, namely, "The Slippery Snake." Laura Nowak, Thou shalt be a member of an eternal triangle affair. Thou shalt be a great social leader and the wife of Edward Hermes. Thy motto, "The home should be first," is unpracticed by you. Katharine Keeler, in the capacity of thy ladies maid, shall in time wreck thy home by eloping with thy husband, said Edwin Hermes. b Elizabeth Arneman, Fate has decreed that thou shalt be a magnet so as to attract irons. A Katharyn Daugherty, Thou shalt marry a Doctor of Divinity and bend every effort to the destruction of the cigarette. John Rudin, Thou shalt be a ballast on a balloon. Vivian Hamilton, Thou shalt be a dancer at the "Midnight Cabaret." Elwood Holland, Thou shalt teach in private lessons the fair maidens to be- come expert manicurists. Because of thy failing health and social engagements thou shalt give but one lesson a day at a charge of ten dollars per lesson. Vera Hayden, Thou art destined to become a toe-dancer in the "Follies," Dorothy Primm, Thou shalt be to America what Joan of Arc was to France. Marion Barnes, Thou shalt be a worker of the soil, otherwise known as a lady farmer, in Kokomo. Norman Daniels, Thou shalt be the star performer in the latest musical com- edy, "Prim Dorothy." Marjorie Woolett, Thou shalt be the sporting editor of the VVeekly Review. Andrew Richardson, Because of thy poise, thou shalt be a butler in the VVhite House. Gladys Bradley, Thy trade-mark shall be "Make 'Your Own Ice Cream in a Bradley Freezer." George Downing, Thou shalt be the notorious frequenter of the ever famous Monte Carlo. Erna Urland, Knowest thou the conundrum of the Ford and the school room? Thou shalt be like unto the crank in the front. DeVVitt Lane, It is thy lot to be a professor in a theological seminary where lovely maidens shall become great theologians. Grace Bell, Thou art destined to ring the liberty bell in Vladivostok. , Barrett ARich, Thou shalt spend thy life groveling in the dirt as a result of thy horrible life as an opium fiend. . M0 Emma Smith, Contrary to the custom of the Smiths thou shalt become the president of Vassar College. Merrill Benninghotf, Thou shalt be interested in tubs'especially those called keelers. Page Noah Webster. G. B., L.A., D. L., G. D., M. B. '105. Qlhrnnirals nf the Qllass nf 1921 Scene: Under the spreading chestnut tree, dreaming the day before Graduation. Cast: Any senior. VVell,tomorrow my High School days pass into history and Oh! Boy, talk about the "Grand and Glorious Feeling 5" but, then, I wouldn't have missed the last four years for anything. What! four years since I entered High School. Doesn't seem that long since those crazy old, would-be dignified Scniors sent me into 104 after the left-handed monkey wrench and the pistol report but I better look out, I wouldn't be surprised but that I might be throwing a boomerang. I wonder how many Rhinies I've sent into the office after the round square or made to push a pencil down the gym' fioor. CDon't ask any embarrassing ques- tions,I'm not telling anythingj Wasn't school a long time getting started that year though, it must have been three weeks before we had regular periods. Wish that policy would continue but hopes are gone now that they have got the Standard Program fixed up. With those three weeks gone out of the year it didn't take long for the whole semester to go and before we knew it we were all thrown into the hubbub that we went through the first couple of weeks of High School refixing our programs. tThe Standard wasn't out yetj. By the time we got these programs fixed up we were pretty will used to program card ways and now we hardly give programs a sec- ond thought, tthat is, if our programs are regularj. After a few months under the new routine we found that the High Schools had the same funny habit as the Grammar Schools of giving us a semi-graduation that is a graduation for two months. I VVhen we went back in the fall we were perfectly willing to pass on our green- ness to the latest young hopefuls and glad of a chance to do some kidding in- stead of taking it all. It wasn't long before all the talk was about that great never-to-be-forgotten day of the Autumn Frolic. Nothing like it before or since. Wonder if Deweyewill ever hear the last of his statement to the Japanese Doll, "I wish I could have you for my very own." ' . I Talk about your College Circuses and Class Days, etc., if you ever find one to beat the Autumn Frolic of 1918 please let me know. Did we have a circus? W'ell I guess. I didn't know there were so manytpoor CH misformed creatures in Morgan Park. We began to wonder if Morgan Park High School ought not do something to help out these unfortunates until we saw the three-armed lady take off the third arm and the two-headed lady take oii' a head and the Siamese twins split and walk otT and then we realized that after all charity begins at home and that we had better use our charity toward helping the candy stand sell out so off we went and sorry to say the candy slowly QU disappeared. - Of course. as Sophomores we were interested in our own productions, the Doll show and 'the Puppet show. If any girl ever wants any sort of a doll just go to Dorothy Primm and she will give you anything from a rag doll to a Parisian Vamp. That puppet show went off fine and say, George, you were some ventriloquist. b 21 Later in the year the boys' and girls' inter-class basketball teams were organ- ized and the boys' baseball team but we didn't win any championships so that wasn't so interesting but our class did put over a dance at the Field house the latter part of the year that went off very well. , The first thing in the Junior year was the election of officers and a very able set we elected, Mr. Downing for President, Mr. Lewis Younger for Secretary and Miss Alberta Schultze for Treasurer. VVith Miss Derrat as dean things went along fine and in the spring when we gave the Junior Lawn Party we all had as good a time as anyone wants. on "Miss" Nowak's lawn and all that orange frappe, only fifteen gallons. The piano was moved onto the porch and the orchestra of four pieces made the street dancing possible and all tended to make a success of the evening. In the fall when we came back a new group division was planned out and instead of the usual senior class there was the Senior group consisting of the four A's, four B's and three A's. This group organized with Randolph T red- well as President and Isabelle Chaplin as Vice-president. In February when we organized the Senior class we elected Laura Nowak President, Edwin Hermes, Vice-presidentg Sara Hayes, Secretaryg Raymond Becker, Treasurer. Under their leadership the plans for class day and com- mencement are already under way and we are expecting some good times and the Basketball banquet which they are planning is certain to be some affair. Our class is also making history and setting precedent by getting up an annual, and "Miss" Keeler as editor of EMPEHI is doing some hard work for us. Humph! pretty near seems like I had lived all over those four years but after all I guess I'll hardly remember M. P. H. S. for the social events but for the hard work that our faithful teachers have put in on us. Even if I did forget the Autumn Frolic I don't think I could forget all the English that Miss Miller, Miss Mackin, Miss Peterson, Miss Derrat and Miss Furhman have labored so to drill into my head nor whatever Latin Miss Petty succeeded in inlaying into my solid ivory. Then, too, we have those bird trips with Miss Babcock and nature trips with Miss Monsch to remember and who could forget Mr. Hamilton's history classes or the place where Mr. Hall teaches Na-I-Cl:NaCl, while Miss Riggs insists that Na-1-Cl can never equal anything but Na-1-Cl. Yes, every teacher will be remembered and thankedg and I wouldn't trade the last four years for anything, would you, Fellow Senior? R. H. '2l. 0116155 will nf 1921 In the name of the Alumnig Amen: We, the Empehi class of 1921,being of sound mind and memory, mindful of the uncertainties of life, but with an abiding faith in the brilliant future which expectantly awaits us, do make public and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all other bequests, both charitable and spiteful, by us at any time heretofore made, in manner following: Clause I :--We do hereby give and bequeath to the school a second story for the portables in order that the incoming Freshmen may in some way be accom- modatedg also to the school we donate our old books with well worn covers, interesting inscriptions and unread pages. 22 Clause 2:-To those who will be Seniors next we bequeath our gift of gab in division period in order that Miss Petty will feel at home, also we be- queath them our numerous tardinesses in order that Miss Petty will be afforded a pleasant theme upon which to deliver orations. Clause 3 :-Upon those who will be Juniors we hereby bestow our intellectual ability in hopes that they will use it wisely and excel the Seniors. Clause 4 :-To those who will be Sophomores we give the task of misdirecting the new Freshmen and properly abusing them. Clause 5:-To Mr. Schoch we do bequeath a package of "Home Runs. a pipe and a package of "Barking Dog" fwhich never bitesj so that he will not have to borrow from any of the fellows. Clause 6 :-To Miss Fuhrman swe donate the remains of our treasury so that she may erect a memorizing machine in her room for the use of her English classes. Clause 7 :-To Mr. Thompson, I, john Rudin, leave my voice. Clause 8:-To Miss Gahl we do bequeath a bucket of small egg coal to play marbles with. Clause 9:-Upon Mr. Libonati we place a life sentence in the Tardy Room for being late to class so often and for committing other minor f FJ misdemeanors. Clause 10:-To Miss Riggs we give a can of angle worms. Clause 11 1-To Mr. Hamilton we give: first, a new green shade for his door, second, a patent on the expression Umoriturus salutamus," which is chanted to us every report card day and which means "We, about to die, salute thee 3" third, we, Gertrude Beck and Pauline Carter, do hereby bequeath our respective beauty parlors which have often been the cause of our being shown the door. Clause 12:-We do hereby bequeath to Miss Brown a velocipede that she may be able to attend her classes on time. Clause 13:-VVe lend our efforts toward the stationing of a tratlic oflicer and an emergency hospital at the intersection of the Runway and Portable B. Clause 14 :--We do hereby provide for the installation of an elevator to be used only by seniors with lockers on the fourth floor. We hereby nominate and appoint the junior Class to be executors of this our will and demand that they be bound to work long and hard through the com- ing year. In testimony whereof the members of our duly authorized committee have this day, June 22, A. D. 1921, set their hand and seal at the Morgan Park High School of the City of Chicago. JULIA CHURCH ELIZABETH ARNEMAN RANDOLPH T REDWELL Qlnmmeriral Qllasz Zqistnrg nf 1921 One bright morning in early September, 1919, quite a large number of boys and girls drew near M. P. H. S. feeling very "grown up" indeed. They, however, were not prepared for the onsloughts of the ruthless Seniors. To the poor, bewildered little freshies it seemed that the juniors and Seniors would never cease telling them the wrong directions in which to go in search of certain rooms, and telling them not to bother walking up the stairs, but to "just go to the office and get on the elevator. It will take you right up." VVhile Freshmen we had Miss Peterson for our'Division teacher in Portable B. 23 After a short while when we were I A's Mr. Blomquist was our Division teacher and we met in Room 204. The Civic Industrial Committee was formed and we carried -on the Book Exchange with great success. VVhen we became Sophomores we organized the Commercial Club and the following members were elected: President .............. - ....... . . . .... Ellsworth Dunning Vice-president .......... A ......................... .... . . .... . .Rose Lindemanu Secretary .................................... .... . . .... ...... P auline I Siegert During our last semester we organized the june Commercial Class in M. P. High with the following officers: President ........................... .... .................... D 0 rothy Batlw Secretary ................................ . ........ ................ M ildred Ridley VVith a thrill of pride we glance over our achievements and we know the Com- mercial Class of '21 is one of which Morgan Park may forever be proud. p D. C. B. '21, Qlnmmeriral Qlletss lgrnpherg nf 1321 The steamship Badbehavior rocked and rolled as if it was trying to see how many times it could knock our heads against its sides. To be exact it was in late May in the year 1942. I was on deck reading a copy of the New York Times when upon glancing up I thought the person coming toward me looked very familiar. I imagine she thought the same for she looked at me in a very friendly way. She walked up to me and said, "VVhy how-do, Frances? I wasn't sure whether it was you or not." All that I could say was, "Virginia Pierson, where are you going P" She informed me that she was a member of the diplomatic ser- vice and was sent as a spy to Germany, because the former Crown Prince was trying to gain control of Germany again and she was sent to spy around Berlin. "But," she said,"my dear lady, what are you doing and where are you going alone ?" "Oh," I answered, "I'm not alone. I am accompanying my husband, who was recently made envoy to the Russian government which was formed by the world renowned suffragette leader, Frieda Rickertf' I also told her that I was quitge anxious to see Frieda again and told her that Frieda's ambition was to marry a rich, young man and make herself famous in an altogether way than she was going about it. "Yes," Gene replied, "I thought Frieda would live up to her ambition, but. . . . Oh, listen dear, did you read the account in the New York Times about Ruth Muesbeck? You remember that quiet, little girl, don't you ?" "Yes," I replied, "what about her ?" At that instant she picked up my paper which had fallen beside me and turned to a page on which was a picture of a rather cruel and fierce looking young man and beside it a picture of a woman. I could easily see that it was Ruth, but.what a ,name she had to try and pronounce,. .Pmuesbeckis. I always thought Ruth didn't like to pronounce big words. .but. .I see she has changed, too. "If you think her name is bad," Gene broke in, "you had better see what she and her husband have been doing." My eyes fell. upon the headlines. .PMUESBECKIS AND VVIFE LEAD GREAT REVOLUTIONIN POLAND... "Oh," I gasped, "what an awful thing for such a sweet maid to be doing." 24 I could not read the account as I was so taken back, but turned the page and behold! my eyes fell upon a small item in the "News from Turkey" column, which read something like this. .THE WIFE OF THE SULTAN OF TURKEY EXERCISES HER RULE CRUELLY AND IS DEPORTED TO SIBERIA. I raised my eyes and looked Gene in the face. "Listen, Gene," I said, didn't Mildred Ridley marry the Sultan of Turkey Pl' l " W'hy, yes, I believe she did," was the answer. I handed her the paper and pointed to the column and told her to read it. "Look here," she said,.ffthis last paragraph says she is an American glrl and married the Sultan in 1930 while he was in the United states on a trip. .-She has two children and will have to give them up." "VVell," I said, "I simply cannot 'think of Mildred being cruel, you know we were such good chums while at M. P. H. S. and she never exercised any of her cruelty upon me that I can remember of. But, such is'life." ' At this instant my husband came up and, of course, introductions were in order. As it was lunch time an invitation was extended our guest to dine with us. She accepted and we walked rather slowly down to the dining-room. While we were waiting for the waiter to bring our order, Gene and I' told my husband briefly just what had occurred during our conversation. Of course, he did not know any of the girls except Frieda Rickert. but was quite amused to hear us tell of our old acquaintance and classmates. On leaving the dining-room we pur- chased the latest edition of the New York Evening Post. Virginia and I shared a copy together. As it was starting to storm we took refuge in my cabin and we started to read the paper. On the front page, printed in big blue letters were these words. .PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD'S BLUE SUNDAY ORGAN- IZATION BELIEVED TO BE DYING. After reading the account of this Qmake believej French woman, Mlle. Dorothea La Bathe, who was none other than the Dorothy Bathe of my school 'days I gave the paper to my guest and showed her the account. "VVhy," she said, "I never knew Dorothy moved to Paris, the last I heard from her she was in San Francisco." "But we must look her up when we arrive in France and surprise her." "Good," I almost shouted, "what a fine idea." p But one look from my cabin door told me we would not see France that after- noon as we had expected as it was storming quite badly. But we were informed by my husband who appeared at that moment that we would probably anchor at day break the following day. Upon our arrival in France we immediately looked Dorothy up and much to our joy and satisfaction found her on the road to recovery. I told her that I knew she would make a success of this organization because she was a very good class president and was capable of holding the office of president of almuch larger organization because of her friendly ways toward everyone. A VVe left her, hoping to meet again and as Gene and I walked through the dreary streets of Paris we were rejoicing over the fact that .we could be together again and talk things over and of the happy days we all had together in the 'Morgan Park High School Qnow the largest and best high school in Chicagoj even if everything had not turned out just as we would have them. V 1 ' , F. M. VV. '21 .25 East will ami! 'Eestament We, the Commercial Class of june '21 of the Morgan Park High School, knowing that our end is near and that we are to pass on into the business world, do declare this to be our last will and testement. First: We ask that our funeral expenses be simple and conducted by our friends, principal and his wise staff, who have been our teachers during the time in which we attended this school. Second: After our expenses have been paid we leave the rest to: 1. Mr. Schoch. our beloved principal, who has the supreme power of sus- pending those who disobey the rules of the school, that he may take good care of all the teachers. 2. Mr. Blomquist, we leave a quiet Division Room where no Shorthand Songs will be heard from the 2A's between eight-thirty and eight-forty-five. 3. Mr. Calkins, our stenography teacher, we leave the continued services of teaching shorthand to pupils who are sadly in need of it. 4. Miss Peterson,we bequeath the profound everlasting friendship of the Class of 1921 individually as well as collectively. 5. Miss Riggs, a quiet study hall, sixth period. 6. Lieutenant Lorentz, the right to chase pupils out of the corridor near the study hall during the lunch periods. 7. Mr. Hall, our permission to be thankful that the row of girls near the end of the study hall is out of his way, possibly forever. 8. Miss Gahl, a policeman's star to help enforce law and order in the gym- nasium. 9. The EMPEHI, the power to become one of the best known school papers in the City of Chicago. 10. The IA Freshmen, the honor of being called Sophomores during the coming semester. 11. The Commercial Club, all the success in the world and hope that the members will go on many excursions and enjoy them as we did. 12. Ruth Muesbeck leaves her quiet disposition to Alice Grosse. 13. Frances Wayte leaves her permission of going to typewriting, 8th period, to Rose Woznak. 14. Virginia Pierson leaves her cute little laugh to Beulah Woodle. 15. Dorothy Bathe bequeathes her permanent waves to Leslie Harvey. 16. Mildred Ridley leaves her good excuses to Frank Irons. 17. Frieda Richert bequeathes her promptness to Ruth Wells. Lastly, we leave the sole power to execute this last will and testament to our much respected teachers, Mr. Blomquist and Mr. Calkins. W F. W. R. '21 20 lffaff UML + , ffifdifm fig! Q 1 , . 1 -'Y- T gb 5? A N! I. , f 31,012 :Q I l I X A I 5Xx I xrrfl' I K 2 , 'V , W0 'W 1 lrxlfw X " !1 'g Ulu WF '?g:-+- - xl 1 W I M WL yr w T - if I 1 mm in W R5 H . N U! ! MW t 'HI ' fl ix A ' U Q .X L Z' G! 'lo I fl P f.. Y : all If n nfs' ' ! A 1 H. 9 m A W' ' k - ,Am Q' ll 2 -E' 67" Q - , - I gl. 5- Q 45 7 -L 'Q A v un, I X foe: M fb Wh i 'Alf' 4 'fr 5' m f e l , f ,I A f xx W fuk, W 4 af 1 'M - Vi, , 1 f X W ' Q-A L, ,ii Q -. V 27 The Turning nf the murm nr fifltefjllar hersun jlleuh "Gee whiz! Lorna," ejaculated the fair Ellen, "you've gotta help me with my English. Gee whiz!" The trials of the intellectual are many, and great is their extent. Lorna was, undoubtedly, "the brains" of the MacPherson Clan, and as a result the rest of the family depended on her for their supply of knowledge. Never was an indi- vidual so popular as Lorna MacPherson at the lesson hour. Her room was be- sieged, her movements were watched, and her rendezvous hunted down. She had no time whatever for her own lessons. To me she complained: "They pay no attention to me at all, otherwise. They think that all I am here for is to do their lessons for them. They barely even thank me, they take it for granted !" It was too true. One after another they would approach her, coaxing. threaten- ing, supplicating, and pleading to have their lessons done for them. It came hardest from "Curly"g as they shared their room, there was no escape from her. She wouldwail, scold, plead, and vociferate. "Lorna, help me! I can't do this!" Then Ellen would bounce in and invariably say, "Lorna, you've gotta help me." Sooner or later the Duffers would stick their heads in the door and entreat, "Lorna, will you help us with our Caesar?" Then in chorus from Charlie and the twins, Madge and Maudie, each struggling to be first, "Lorna, help me with my arithmetic ?" And black-eyed Marion would wail, "I can't do my scales like she wants me to, and Willie won't help me." It seemed that the only people in the house with intellligence enough to do their own studying were David, the Bluffer, and Andy, the Dude. Lorna usually promised aid to all those who applied to her, but she often got mixed in her appointments, and when she did so, she aroused the jealousy and bitter en- mity of the one whom she chanced to slight. But you are to hear of the turning of the worm. This evening Davie had a book and in it was the story of f'Regulus" by Kipling, whom they both appre- ciated. W'e were in the morning room. Curly and I at the piano. playing a duet of our own composition, David and Lorna in the corner by the reading lamp, laughing over the similarity of the Latin teacher in "Regulus" to their own in- structor. Ellen jumped in upon the peaceful scene, expostulating, "Lorna, Gee whiz! you said you'd help me with my English and there you are reading a book! Gee whiz!" "just a minute, Ellen !" "You've got to come right NGXV. Lorna MacPherson, 'cause we have to go to bed in about fifteen minutes. Gee whiz!" "You donit have to do anything of the kind. lt's only a quarter past eight." "Anyway, you promised me before dinner, so you've gotta do it. Gee whiz!" "Ellen, if you don't drop that dictatorial manner and stop behaving in that obnoxious fashion, I won't help you at all." Ellen stamped her foot and continued to be "quite obnoxious" as Lorna said. just then they came to a funny part in "Regulus", and giggled delightedly. This only served to aggravate Ellen. 28 "Gee whiz! that's a fine way to keep your promise, Gee whiz! you love that old David so much, you're so fond of him, you'll sit and read a book all evening but you won't help me with my English. Gee whiz!" At this. my abused cousin rose up to her full height, and in thunderous and awful tones addressed her sister: "Ellen, after this demonstration I certainly will NOT help you with your English, at least not until I finish this story. And the more peace you allow me, the sooner I shall finish it. Now will you kindly leave the room until I am ready PY! to give you my assistance. Ellen did not wait to hear the entirety of the speech which was being given for her benefit, but stamped out of the room in a tantrum. David and Lorna returned to their "Regulus" and Curly and I tried a new stunt. She played the bass of our original duet and I played the treble. This time we were going to have a race, starting at a given signal and trying to see who should finish first. We were getting along fine, that is, I was two or three measures in the lead, and Alice decided it was slow, and ended the performance by slamming the piano on my fingers. I howled and ran over to Lorna for sym- pathy. I didn't get much so I tried to get in on the reading circle to forget my troubles, but there was no room for me. I had just decided to go out and eat worms when Edward put his head in the door, saying,"Lorna, how do you do this. ." He got no further, NO! shouted Lorna by way of answer, and Edward retreated. In a few minutes Marion came in and edged up to Lorna with a feeble plea: "Lorna, please show me how to do. ." "I positively refuse to help anyone in this house with his lessons! Do you understand? Get out of here immediately :" Marion fied in a panic to the other side of the house. Curly and I. having no lessons Cowing to our superior brilliancej, were look- ing around for some more amusement when the Dufifers entered. The Duffers looked particularly attractive this evening, especially Donald, and the most attractive thing about him was the object he carried in his hand. It was a fourth of a three-layer angel-food cake, with chocolate icing about an inch thick. I-Ie held it tenderly in his hands, while Douglas tagged along behind, looking at it lovingly. David looked up with mild interest, his mind was upon higher things. Lorna looked up with interest less mild fit was over an hour since dinnerl. Donald saw and interpreted David's glance and said hastily: "Oh, never mind, you don't get any of this, Dave, you big pig!" "Doggone it! Lorna, I'll go and get a piece for us!" and David got up deter- minedly. , "Oh, yOl1 will, will you ?" cried Curly, coming in just then. "XYell, there isn't any more, so there l" Donald turned and conveyed the cake carefully into the hall where he deposited it on the newel post. Then he stepped back a pace or two and proceeded to inventory those who were to partake of the confection. "l.et's see. Curly gets a piece. so does Virginia, Marion does, Charlie does, and so do I. That makes five. Gimme a knife." "Say," piped up Douglas, "I guess I get a piece or I don't let you use my knife I" 29. "NVhy so you do, Rip! I'd forgotten all about you," cried Donald, thumping him on the back so hard that the poor child's eyes watered. But alas! While Donald was so engaged, he temporarily forgot about the cake and none of us noticed David, who had been standing in the doorway all this time. Suddenly he made a fiying leap, siezed the precious piece of cake and darted back into the morning room, locking the door behind him. Needless to say, Donald and his followers were enraged. Rip and Charlie fairly bellowed with anger, while Marion howled like the little demon that she was. Donald charged against the door and pounded the panels with his fists. Ellen, acting on previous experience, organized a brigade, consisting of Curly, Marion, Charlie and me, which she led out onto the veranda. We ran to the morning room window and looked in upon the scene that filled us with fury. There were David, Lorna and the twins, Madge and Maudie, and little Jimmie, calmly eating our treasured cake. With arms strengthened by anger and vexation we attempted to force the window. but the abductors of the cake had, with great foresight, previously secured the catch and now, with maddening nonchalence, David, seeing our livid countenances in the window, strolled forward and lowered the shade. Marion and Charlie rent the air with frenzied shrieks, and Edward, who had followed us out, muttered, "Curses! Foiled again !" NVe went back into the house and joined the rest of our forces. Donald. no longer engaged in kicking the door fDouglas was substituting for himj sat on the stairs meditating. We seemed to be at the end of our resources when the honor- able Andrew wafted himself down the stairs and inquired loftily,"VVhat's all this noise about? I've been trying to read for the last half hour. Who's officiating at this high class riot P" "They took our cake." pouted Curly. V ,Th . . - I . . . ,, at pig Davie and that dumb bel Lorna are in there eating it, Ellen, who was still feeling obnoxious, informed him. "Yes, and Madge and Maudie and Jimmie are in there, too, the simps," offered Marion. "Cake, did you say P" asked Andrew. "Not angel-food with chocolate frosting ?" "Yes, exactly that," I affirmed. "I'll have to look into this, I hope they haven't eaten it all." Andrew strode forward and grasped the door-knob, which he rattled vigor- ously. calling out, "Dave, open this door. Lemme in." Nawf' came the answer, "not at present, anyway." "Let me in, I said." is "Aw whadya want ?" n I've gotta get a book. Open this door l" Yes, and let that angry mob in here so they can tear us to pieces? Never mind." rc David's tone was final, so Andrew stopped rattling the door-knob and stuck his hand into his pocket, muttering, "I suppose you think you can keep me out of there." He drew forth his key ring and selected from it one of his most treasured possessions, a skeleton key. "Good for you, Andy," Donald applauded. Andrew fitted the key into the 30 lock, turned it and opened the door. Needless to say, the angry mob rushed in and a battle royal followed, I shall not attempt to describe it. It scarcely had time, however, to be disastrous, when one in authority entered upon the scene. Mr. MacPherson,,a patient and long-suffering man, had been trying to read in the library at the front of the house, when the tumult became too much for him and he essayed to interfere. As a result the melee was broken up and justice administered. No open action was resumed, but hostilities still continued, as a proof of which, Lorna ascended the backstairs with her head up-lifted to a dizzying height, in preference to accompanying Curly, Ellen and me, who scram- bled up the front stairs. I.. A. VV. C. '45 filly: Cireai gifrretu-Zflrinev Jlllgsferg Mrs. Barnard stood at her front door and fumbled in her pocket-book for the key. llut she fumbled in vain, for amid the compact assemblage of gas bills, dress-goods samples. recipes and prescriptions, there wasn't a single key. As a hnal resource she turned to her daughter who was romping with her dog in the driveway. "Elizabeth! Don't let that dog lick your face! Elizabeth l" "Yes, mother." " l seem to have forgotten my key . Have you yours? "No, mother, I haven't." " I hope you haven't lost it! Really, Elizabeth, you've lost so many keys-" "But, mother. I know exactly where it is. It's either in the house or some place else. I haven't lost it." "IYell. in the meantime I'd like to get into the house. Your father will be home shortly and dinner won't be ready." The11 Buffy, whose secret ambition was to be a burglar, received an inspiration. "Here, this window is open! I'll run over to Marsh's and borrow a screw- driver and take the screen off and climb in." 'And while you're there tell Dorothy to come home, she's been there all after- noon " 91 ln a few minutes l3luH'y was back, followed by Dorothy and little Ruddy Marsh, who bore the requisite screw-driver which he guarded jealously, giving Buffy to understand that it was his exclusive property, having come out of his very own tool-chest. After a comparatively brief tussle with the screws and an acrobatic feature by Buffy,Mrs. Barnard and her ingenious daughter were admitted be- neath their roof, while Dorothy and Buddie. to whom the screw-driver was restored. went out in the back yard to play in the swing. That evening after dinner Jack came over to have Buffy do his English for him. They sat at the table wrangling in this fashion: "Now lack! Sion markin that blotter and 321 attentionfl . l S l Y "I am." No. you're not! Now listen, this is the way you do it." " No, it isn't. because last time I copied that from you she said it was wrong." "'XVell. if you know so much about it, why do you bother me? Go on home and do it yourself." 31 Mrs. Barnard from the next room: "Elizabeth, don't make so much noise, your father is trying to read the paper." At this point Dorothy came in, saying breathlessly: Qshe had been playing in the swing againj "Mamma, Buddie left his screw-driver in the swing this after- noon and now he can't find it!" ' , "XVell, now that's strange," remarked Mr. Barnard, laying aside his paper, "Very strange, indeed! Are you sure it isn't there F" "Oh, yes, papa, I looked real hard," replied Dorothy. "I did too looked hard," supplemented Buddie shrilly. "I'll go out and look." said Jack magnanimously. "Yes, this must be looked into farther," affirmed Mr. Barnard. But Jack found no clew to the missing screw-driver, neither did Mr. Barnard nor yet Mrs. Barnard. A "Mysterious," was the verdict. "remarkably mysterious." They looked all over the lawn in the vicinity of the swing, in the flower beds and in the tall grass of the vacant lot adjoining, and finally gave it up, Mr. Bar- nard promising to get Buddie a new screw-driver tomorrow. Buffy alone had not bothered herself about the matter. She seemed alarrningly indifferent. NVhile the others were pacing the lawn in the dusk, she remained in the house at the writing-table, tracing designs on the blotter in a preoccupied manner. "VVell, Good-lookin'," exploded jack on re-entering, "why don't you come out and help us hunt ?" "I'm doing your English for you, Almericf' she responded sweetly. "A heck of a lot of English you've been doing, but that blotter certainly does look pretty," he observed. Suddenly Jack saw before him the "finger of sus- picion" point directly at Buffy. fThat's a figure of speech.j Things certainly looked bad for our heroine. " Say," he exclaimed, 'fI'll bet you know where that screw-driver is. I'll bet you've copped it!" "You're a dumb-bell," declared Buffy in a hopeless tone of voice. "XVhat on earth would I want with little Buddie's screw-driver, and why should I chase around the yard looking for it when five other people are executing that per- formance ?" XVell," replied jack defensively, "I thought that perhaps you might have wanted to put it in your memory book. And then too, in the matter of searching for lost articles, there is no one in the family so capable as you-" My opinion on that matter," interrupted his cousin, "is that some one passing through the lot picked it up." 'fVVhat? The lot?" "As I said before, you're a dumb-bell, and since you don't appreciate my efforts toward helping you with your English, you can-excuse me you may-take your "Derrick and I-Iamon" and go home. Pk FF H4 The next day was Saturday. "Elizabeth, I haVen't a bit of flour in the house and I can't wait until the groceries are delivered. VVill you go and get some ?" "But, mother, I can't carry a sack of flour." "I don't expect you to. Take Charlie's wagon." 32 'Oh gee! I don't want to parade the streets hauling that thing! It looks foolish." " You can take Charles along. He'll pull the wagon." Persuaded, Buffy went next door to borrow the wagon and its five-year-old owner. Then they went to the store and purchased the Hour. They had just loaded it on the wagon and were about to return home when Jack drove up to the curb in his father's car. Seeing his relative he cried with cousinly solicitude, "VVait a minute and I'll take you home." Buffy replied frigidly, "XVe have the wagon with us. and moreover, I don't accept favors from people who accuse me of abducting screw-drivers and depre- ciate my knowledge of the English language." "Haw-haw," commented Jack. The procession QCharles, Buffy, the wagon and the flourj proceeded. Buffy lapsed into abstraction, but Charles was conversationally inclined. The word screw-driver had aroused associations in his mind. "Say, Buffy," shouted the little boy. as he trudged along pulling the wagon after him. He had to shout to be heard above the noise the wagon wheels made upon the pavement. , "Say, Buffy, I want to tell you something." Still she did not hear so Charles stopped the wagon. "VVhat's the matter P" she asked. "Say, I found a screw-driver yesterday." She was only politely interested in screw-drivers. "I found it in the lot over by your house," he pursued. " Near the swing P" inquired Buffy, merely to help the conversation along. "Uh-huh. I saw Buddie throw it there. He threw it away, I guess he didn't want it any more, so I went and got it. It's a nice screw-driver, but it's mine now,"' he announced with an air of finality. And then Buffy laughed. Haw-haw. The Great Screw-driver Mystery was solved, and didn't she have something on Jack, the dumb-bell! A. C. '23 A Qlinmem Eng-Ecru Many long years ago when the little city of Rome was just beginning those conquests which Finally subdued the whole civilized world. there lived within its narrow boundaries a boy of about seventeen years named Quintus Sextus. Like other Roman boys of his time, Quintus had one great ambition and that was to be a soldier. I-Iow he longed to join the legions, few though they were. and fight for his country on the glorious held of battle! At that time Rome was almost constantly at war, and the people were fired with patriotism and warlike spirit. One day when Quintus was across the river Tiber, visiting his friend Publius. a herald came across the bridge. Crying that the pirates were near, and all boys over sixteen must report for service the next day. As Quintus and Publius heard the news, their hearts bounded with joy, for they were included. "At last we can fight." said Quintus, "and maybe win great glory with our spears." 33 " I only wish it were today instead of tomorrow," returned Publius. They talked on in excited tones, building many air castles and anxiously watching the sun, as if by doing so they could make it move faster. VVhen night came. neither was ready to sleep, so Publius proposed a walk before going to bed. Quintus agreeing, they set out towards the sea at a good pace. After they had talked for some time, they fell silent, each keeping his thoughts to himself. Suddenly Quintus pointed. "VVhat's that little white thing way out there by the sea F" he said. The other looked. "VVhat can it -the pirate ships l" he cried. "Quick, let us go back to Rome and raise the alarm." "XVait." said Quintus. "You forget that we are across the river from Rome, and besides, we must know more about their position and numbers before we go back. You go back, cross the Tiber, and warn the city. I'll see what I can End out. W'ithout a word Publius turned about and set off for Rome. Quintus looked again and saw that the ships were much nearer. Slipping down to the water's edge, he espied a small rowboat. Climbing into this he pulled out to the ship which seemed to be the leader. As all was pitch dark, he succeeded in reaching the -deck by means of a rope which was leaning over the side. Dodging the sen- tinels. he worked his way forward toward the chief's room. Just as he reached it he heard the sound of approaching footsteps. Quickly he opened a door and stepped in. He found himself in a small closet, with no other opening except a very small window. The footsteps came into the room and stopped. Two men were talking. One seemed to be the pirate chief, for the other addressed him as "my lord" and apparently cringed before him. "Everything is ready, my lord," said he. "YVe have a hundred galleys, all well equipped and full of fighting men," said the chief. "If we take them by surprise, which we shall, there'll be no doubt about the outcome. I have some papers which I want to show you." So speaking he started to walk, and as the 'fates would have it came toward the closet where Quintus was hidden. Quintus tried to make himself smaller, but did not succeed. The chief opened the door, and siezing Quintus dragged him roughly out. "XVhat ho," he cried. "Now we have you, my line lad, and cursed Roman, too. W'hat are you doing here ?" Quintus did not open his mouth. "XVell, we'll see about you tomorrow," said the chief. "XVill you be killed with your fellows or sent to the galley for life? That will give him something to think about. Put him in the hold, lieutenant." he said. Accordingly, Quintus was thrust into the very bottom of the ship, with no living soul near, no light, and only such air as seeped through the cracks from above. He had no tools, and there seemed no way of getting out. However, Quintus was a Roman, and Romans did not give up so easily. lie realized. also, that upon his getting free and giving information he had learned depended the safety of Rome. He sat down and thought. After many hours which seemed like years, his hand, resting carelessly on his girdle, found some- thing there. As he realized that it was his flint, the beginning of an idea came to him. As he set about carrying it out, the plan gradually perfected itself. He took off his outer robe and fastening it in some of the cracks in the ceiling, set Fire to it. Soon the wood above caught fire and blazed up also. Tossing off his jacket, he fanned the Fire with it so that the flames went away from him. 34 When a large hole was burned, he sprang through to the deck. Slipping into the water he swam to the side on which Rome lay and set off for the city. As he swam the burning ship lighted up the river for miles and gave a fair warning to Rome. Quintus arrived and told his story to the dictator. He was thereupon given the rank of centurion in the best legion, and on the next day was given great honor for his courage and for destroying, single-handed and unarmed. the flagship of the pirates. R. B. '22 Startins Alplpalret A is for Alberta with smile so sweet. B is for Barrett whose marks you can't beat C is for Canty and Carter, true-blue D is for Dewey and Downing, too- E is for Ed, our basketball star F is for "Frederic"-"tres" popular. G is for Gertrude-she has the humor H is for Holland who surely's no bore. I is for Isabel who's there with the bluff -I is for -ludy. our actress-'s 'nough. K is for The Katherines, both peppy and bright. I. is for Lewis, whose debates are a delight. M is for Marcella, some peach you'll all say N is for Norman, who'll build ships some day. O is for Olga-a Fine voice. you'll agree, P is for Primm whose first name's Dorothy. Q is for the questions we ne'er'more will ask. R is for Ruth who always has passed. S is for Sizzy, we like her, we'll say T is for "'l'ardy"-XValker, each day. U is for Urland with her violin V is for the girls we didn't put in W' is for XVoolett so quiet and kind Y is for Yager-none nicer you'll Hnd. X is for the "unknown quantity" we leave to the school. Z means we think M. P. High is a jewel. S. P.' 21 35 .EMPEHl. ijUNEi9Ei i 'Clic Staff liflifm'-1'11-C'!1if'f Katherine Ka-ch-1' Ifffifml Alice Courtney l.uvy XX'iz1tt Clzzu'-Own' ixiifiillli lirough .A1ff11c'ff1'.v X. S, Q'lc':1ws Ycru iluyrlcn Dzlvicl Gill:-spin' lx'ffWff4'.s' X114-lc liiimcy Sillllilv' Klcfzlw lJ11.vf11r.v,x' .ilizmlgfrr liiiimzi Smith .111-z'v1'i1'.fi11g lliimigjvm Ralph l'iiCOL'iiCl' in-urge lwml liIlSI.lIt'SA' CiUl'1'CA'f7f7lI4lt'1If.X' l"1':im'c-s XYziyte Hzxzcl Smith Plzwfnffiulflzvl' l.zu11'zL fruity .ilriixfx Nlzirv lizlcliiiicvci' sthci' Przmhcl Imogene XYlictwtom' Irene Derby Ftlflllfj' .--ldf'1'.m1' Mr. IQ. Libmmli 36 7 " mini The graduates, with that feeling of satisfaction which comes from work well done are leaving this school foreverg the "Undergrads" having attained lofty heights are preparing for a jolly summer before resuming their studiesg graduation is over, dear old M. P. High is closed, what an air of finality pervades the atmos- phere. In short. another year has elapsed, another group of students have com- pleted their courses with honor, another stride forward has been taken in our great march on the road to culture. VVith a sigh of relief accompanied by a pang of regret, the editor closes her desk for the last time and leaves her office in readiness for the newcomerg the business manager shuts her ledger forever. The slate is fresh for the new staff and the new year. The good ship Empehi has weathered many a gale and stormy tempest in its young life. but now it rides a peaceful sea. Many times it has almost capsized because of lack of support on the part of its crew and many passengers. Don't give up your ship, Empehiites! Don't let the "trusty" ship go under! The outgoing staff, whose sincere efforts have made possible this first Annual, leave the following thought to every student of this school: Support the Empehi by contributions. by your subscription, by your appreciation and enthusiasm so that it cannot become mediocre. It is in YOUR power. Keep up the good work which has only just been started by the outgoing staff. This paper is bound to grow better, just as this school is destined to become larger. VVe wish that you may find joy and satisfaction in the performing of this task, in the maintaining and perfecting of this indispensble institution of your school. And, so, good luck to you all in the work which lies before you, and accept our heartiest wishes for a jolly, invigorating, and restful vacation! Tn fllune '21 Commencement is the time in which the graduates face in two directions: they look back on their high school days with regret that those good times will never come againg and they look forward with eagerness for what the future may hold for them. They release reluctantly the support and protection which they have had during the past four years, knowing that in the future they must win through on their own. For four years they have taken an active part in the life of the school. Their members have helped to win fame and glory for the school through athletics. They have contributed to the success of our dramatical and musical activities. They have made school life brighter by their social affairs. In scholarship their members, have up-held a high standard. In the halls, lunch-room and class rooms, their echoes will always resound. Now that the seniors are leaving us, we wish them even greater success in the years that are before them. G. H. '22 37 fag Ta. L J. 3505, 59.1.1 fx S Any Z3-my Yvsferi 13 af ' L n fff u .B 5 b E L ll Elie Stuhenis' ,Assmziatinn emit Ilia urpnse The Morgan Park High School Students' Association is an organization of the pupils of the school. Its purpose is to bring all the pupils together to foster school spirit, and to have general charge of all the activities of the school, musical, social, and athletic. The Association was formed two years ago to take the place of the various smaller organizations then active in school. The interests of the latter were pooled, so to speak, in the Students' Association for more economic and systematic management. The dues have been 30.50 per annum, an amount less than the aggregate of the dues a pupil had to pay in the preceding years if he wished to belong to more than one of the smaller organizations. Then only a small part of the student body contributed to the support of the activities while now, it is sought, to have every pupil do his share. The result is that all bills are paid at the end of each year and a comfortable balance is left in the treasury to start activities in the fall. ' The officers for the last year have been: Roland Sanford ................ ....... P resident Edwin Hermes . . . ......... Vice-President Helen Lee ................... .... ................ S e cretary Miss E. Barry ....................... Ex-Ofhcial Treasurer In the past, election for officers has been by vote of the pupils without any particular eligibility requirements. It has been suggested, however, that persons to be eligible for office should have a consistently good record so that habitual Hunkers, for instance, will not be elected. A requirement that officers must have passing grades in all their subjects for the preceding semester and do passing work while holding office, would throw the management of the pupils' activities in the hands of responsible people only. If affairs are in such hands, the work will be pushed with energy and consistency. Push being a vital element in school spirit, it is figured that a generally good school spirit will be the result of careful, enthusiastic management. The gituhents' Azsuriertinn XVhile the past school year has not been a particularly progressive one for the Students' Association, it has not been without its accomplishments along certain lines. Of course, everyone knows of the social hour heldin the gymnasium once a week after school, but perhaps it is not widely known that these good times are given under the auspices of the Students' Association. One of the first things we did this year was to buy new basket-ball uniforms. Each department is allotted a certain amount from the funds of the S. A. each year and this was the way the Athletic Committee chose to spend its portion. Several weeks ago, the Executive Committee met and discussed ways and means of reaching the school spirit of the pupils. Everyone realized that this was not lacking in the school--it had only to be roused. It was decided that the first thing to do was to have an assembly and put the matter before the students in order to gain their interest and cooperation. The result of this decision was a meeting which the committee felt was of value in stimulating the interest of the student bodv. H. L. '22 40 091115 CEM eserne The Girl Reserve Club was reorganized in the latter part of September, with Leila Augur as president and Helen Lee as secretary-treasurer. Florence Dan- gremond was appointed chairman of the rnembership-publicity Committee, Mildred Diamond, of the program committee, and Marian Barnes, of the social committee. Miss Miller was chosen faculty advisor. The girls chose for their purpose, "Not for ourselves alone, but for the whole world." For their motto, they chose the following poem which is full of the true Girl Reserve spirit. "I would be true, for there are those who trust me, I would be pure, for there are those who care, I would be strong, for there is much to suffer, I would be brave, for there is much to dare, I would be a friend to all, the foe, the friendless, I would be giving, and forget the gift, I would be humble, for I know my weakness, I would look up. and laugh and love, and lift." The social-service committee has been especially active this year. From the tag day held last November we received about 338, which, with an addition from our treasury, was given as a special donation to the Near East Relief. The girls made eighteen scrap-books for Hull House, some twenty or more Christmas boxes for the old people at Oak Forest, and about Fifty Easter basketsafor--the ex-soldiers at the Jackson Park Hospital. The program committee did some good work this semester in furnishing special programs or speakers for nearly all of our business meetings. They have been thoroughly enjoyed by the girls. Although we have not had many real parties this year, the members feel sure that next year with the added interest which is bound to be had in our organ- ization, we can have many more parties and other social good times. The club has raised enough money to send one delegate to the inter-state conference at Dewey Lake this summer. These girls will be a valuable aid to the club next year, and with YOUR help, the club can be made one of the best in the city. The success of any club depends, not on one or two so-called "leaders," but upon each girl individually. Therefore, girls, let us all come back to school next year with the desire to boost the Girl Reserve! F. D. '22 The walking Qlluh Two years ago the VValking Club was organized by Miss Monsch. It has had, in these past two years some mighty fine times that will long be remembered. john Rudin was its first President andunder his direction it swiftly grew. This year has seen a continued increase in members until the list counts almost forty-five students and the club has developed into one of the school's institutions that have come to stay. Last fall some of the boys in the club gave a play entitled "Crumbs from Shakespeare." The "Death Scene" from Macbeth and the "Balcony Scene" from Romeo and Juliet were presented so touchingly that audience was deeply moved-to spasms of laughter. The girls not to be outdone gave a return play 41 which was very good. However, in my opinion no student actor could come up to john Rudin as Juliet when he gracefully QU falls out of the balcony and gets entangled in the train of his mosquito netting gown. Shortly following these plays the club made a trip over to the "Flower Shown in jackson Park. There was a beautiful display of Howers and the trip was very instructive and thoroughly enjoyed. The big event of the year was the Progres- sive dinner last winter. Six courses were served starting at XVilcox's and ending at BenninghoFf's. The courses were indeed meals in themselves but the trip from house to house on that winter night was enough to prepare us for welcoming every course to the last. The club intended to visit the Northwestern observatory a few months ago and got as far as the "Loop," but the sky was clouded and due to certain persuasions on the part of one of our theater loving members, the evening was spent viewing the play. "Dulcy," from last row seats in the gallery. Five of the members formed a little theater company and gave a performance of the plays "Rosalie" and the "Maustop" to the Club during March. However, this spring the club is going to stand by its name and take walks to points of interest every month. Before this year ends I am sure some mighty good times will be experienced and, as a campaign for more members is going on. we solicit your support and membership in this school activity which has so recently developed. L. Y. '21 05122 0111111 21115 The Glee Club was reorganized in the fall and is now composed of thirty tested voices. The Glee Club rendered "Lift Thine Eyes" by Mendelssohn and "Land of Hope and Glory" by Edgar at the program on December twenty-first in honor of the Landing of the Pilgrims. April seventeenth they sang "'Dear Old Pal ofMine" by Rice for the Engle- wood XVoman's Club in a concert at the Englewood High School. Other schools of this district were represented. Later, with the help of some of the boys, the operetta "Sylvia" was given at the high school. It was given XVednesday evening, April twentieth, and Thurs- day afternoon' and evening, April twenty-first. They gave a suitable program for Decoration Day in which they sang the beautiful "Night Hymn at Sea" by Thomas. The credit for the success of this unusually fme year is due to the splendid co-operation of the members of the club. M. Il. '23 Sglnia One of the most interesting events of this school year was the production of "Sylvia," an operetta in two acts. The book and lyrics were written by Maude Elizabeth Inchg the music was written by VV. Rhys-Herbert. XVith thanks to Miss Hotchkiss and Mr. Olsen, also their little army of willing workers, the beautiful scenery was painted and made. Our orchestra lights were made by the boys in the shop. The costumes, which. of course, are always a great influence to the atmosphere of a production, were designed by Miss Hays, and carefully executed by the girls. Lieut. Lorentz had charge of the chorus dancing. Mr Libonati proved himself to be a very competent business manager by selling out 42 ' the house for two evening performances and one matinee. Elaine Rich had perhaps the most difficult as well as the most important part, that of Sylvia. the heroine. Her solos were sung and her speeches were made in such a charming manner, that she fascinated the entire audience. John Rudin, as the dignified court poet, Sir Bertram de Lacey, was very well suited to his part. His Hlanguishing air and fond devotion" to the Lady Sylvia were most amusing. Prince Tobbytum found his exact counterpart in Richard Truitt. We all know he acquitted himself skillfully. George Downing looked and acted the role of an honest farmer very skillfully. "Dear XVilliana" was very good at registering surprise, anxiety, anger and joy. Olga Hedeen, as the demure country maiden. Betty, also played an important part. She took her part with becoming naturalness. Q The parts of Arabella and Araminta were gracefully taken by Marian Estep and Lenore VVickman. Polly, Molly and Dolly QEsther Prabel, Ruth Roberts and Ruth Crapserb and their sneezing chorus deserve especial mention. "lt was very cleverly given, in fact so realistic it was contagious."-Music News. jerulf's "Nightingale" was beautifully sung by a quartet of farmer's daughters: Gladys Bradley, Katharyn Dougherty, Helen Lee and Rosa Marting. The Gllynrus .-Xugur, Leila Ketcham, Alice Turner, Marie Bachmyer, Mary Lange, Evelyn Yan Dursen, Bernice Bonham, Lillian Le Bosquet, Lois XVickman, Lenore Bradley, Gladys Lee, Helen Alexander, joe Crapser, Ruth Marting, Rosa Benninghoff, Merrell Daugherty, Katharyn Morrison, Marion Clissold, Paul Estep, Marion Prable, Esther Conner, Herbert Downey, Dorothy Putz, Mildred De Gryse, Charles Goodwin, Esther Reynolds, Dorothy Ford, George Greenbury, Kathryn Roberts, Ruth lnnes, John Heineman, Marion Schuler, Martha Ulennings, junior Hubbell, Gladys Snow, Lenora McClellan, VVilbur Sengstock, Paul Morgan, John Younger, Lewis Younger, Edward The Cbrrltestra Adams, Della Heynen, Sue Dangremond, Florence Korten, Kenneth Dangremond, Lois Mace, Pearl Daniels, Norman Urland, Erma Heino, Albert XVickman, NVallace Katherine Keeler, Pianist "Mr. Thompson has evidently devoted much attention to the orchestra this vear as well, for it gave excellent support throughout the evening."-The Music News. E. C. L. '21 33 11 IN 1 , W 44 Ui 's -' I 'f 3 , . 1 iff I I FJ Q' iw QW . 1 45 1 ,Q 1. 1 . 1 ' f 1 if-W .4 , I , 3 , N ,Nw N 46 5 Xa , , 47 JUN1oR CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS ' KY 5. X. Z Pfi il --iq fm X .K , X ,fn A, w flzgxv 02 ,,, . , 1 1A CLASS K f S K u j I sw- ,ff S S 'N .-1 Q 5 . ix xxx Xx ' X fx X XX X 1133 A Ba 1 GPL N 'viii N t,...,Fb -7 Sa infix? 'iw gf? ,W , : f-...W W 3- .Rx ll xg Q5 5 . JH 3 ' aff- . . -.-f,Nxi,,m:w,.g "-' '-. ?1 :E I... ::...-1 l"""l I..l"l '3'6w-1 N .. 2: - iq Vx L X ' 'QMMF' f ,uw Q -- , 1 X I J -- .V-xiii -, fy -, 4,5 ix ! ' : -. f Q mifh , f xl ' M L' - g,Zm,1q4mg'f 1 Sw ' -49 'Qvgg 54143 1 Lt""!,"+QN5K if- 4qZ'f,2f' "gf ,i": , fl X W ' swxfsggxgf wx 4 Lg, 5 bvfiqgx " 1f , Q ,f x .JW H A cf 1' .ig H f .K Qicvllfi' eff f ml. f :X A Q Q :"' sg ff 5,44 W if Q S X ' ff X W ,V Aka I , EVR"' x .rf X 'x tax. wud NB 35' 2 WWW' ' X E' M X' ,WH NX 3 'X Xl M . x, N SX .X . X3 'X U Q - 5-'L 2 ,f ' 13.- 1 , X -f W Q' X . XS' ff, X wx I X Q x ,NX f Q: Q M' 5 N: V ? J, I - AX: " 4 V X J. -. S ' ,R 'f E X' iff ,ri Y: S , , , ,:. 1 f- ? if 1 s mf S El Q f i 2 53 Ease Eall The baseball team did about as expected having but two veteran players, Edwards and Hermes, who were also the best hitters on the team. The boys play a good fielding game and are fast on the bases, but lack the punch when it comes to hitting, many times having men on the bases but not sufficient hitting power to bring them in. However, they should improve with experience. Callaghan, who is really an infielder, is one of the best prospects that has ever played high school ball, but owing to a lack of players, has been in the left field. Lamb pitched good ball but it takes base hits to win ball games. Hermes and Edwards played as good ball as any inhelders in the league and were the con- sistent batters on the club. Benninghoff, first string catcher, did well as a receiver, but was weak with the stick. Davis, the second catcher, should develop into a good man with more experience. The Schample brothers played well in the outfield, as did also the "school hero." Harry Freemont. Innes at first base played a good game at times. as did Kinney. Harsh at second also played brilliantly, but was somewhat erratic. On the whole the team did as well as could be expected. The Grammar School Base Ball League created a great deal of enthusiasm, the games being well attended and hotly contestedg and they will be a means of encouraging grammar school players to attend our school which will have a ten- dency to build up the teams of M. P. H. S. Zllunihall, I 92 I g The football team was far from a failure. With the exception of two men the team was composed of green men. Until our game with Schurz there had been but one casualty, but that record was broken when five members of the team were injured in the game mentioned. VVith the material that is left from last fall a good team can be assembled for the gridiron contests in 1922. Coach VVain- wright deserves great credit for the development of what at first looked like a group of greenhorns. Ten games were played including two practice games with Lindbloom heavyweights and Tilden lights. , SIIIUIHEIKQ nf Eames Practice game-Lindbloom ........ 18, Morgan Park ..... .. 6 Practice game-Tilden ............ 65 Morgan Park ..... .. 0 Blue Island .......... . . . 03 Morgan Park ..... . . . .19 M. P. Academy .... .... O g Morgan Park ..... .... 3 4 Schurz ......... .... 3 Og Morgan Park ..... .. 0 Blue Island-. . . .. . 3, Morgan Park. . . .. . . 6 Marshall ..... .... 1 45 Morgan Park ..... .. 7 Parker ..... ..... 2 13 Morgan Park ..... 7 Fenger ................. .... 0 3 Morgan Park ..... .... 7 Total Points-Opponents ........ 122, Morgan Park ..... .... S 6 Swimming The swimming team representing the school was a great success as far as it went. The team consisted of Fred fBubblesj VVhite. who won a first and a second place in the two meets he entered. . The inter-class meet was even better success, all classes took part and this made the contests close and interesting. 54 I 'N-Q rw" 0112155 Quint lliiimters Sophomores, 30 2f3g juniors, 29 U33 Freshmen, 8 and the Seniors, 16 llnhittihuetl Iguini winners Anderson, Sophomore ........... 15 Benninghoff, Senior ..... .... 5 Sinclair, Junior ......... . . . 10 Morgan, Freshman .... . . . 3 Sanders, Sophomore ..... . . .10 Heineman, Junior .... . . . 3 Teetzel, Sophomore ..... . . . 9 Downing, Senior ..... . . . 3 llarret, Sophomore .... 8 Younger, Senior .... 3 XVhite, junior ...... . . . 7 Sear, Junior .......... . . . 2 Walker, junior .... . . . 7 Edwards, Sophomore .... . . . 2 Innes, Senior ........ ......... . 5 Crane .................. .... Z Davies, Freshman ............... 5 Freemont, Sophomore ........ 1 Cleaves, Sophomore .......... ifs U Zgaslzei 336111 The basket ball season this year was one ofthe best seasons that Morgan Parl has had in many a year. Our league season was also better than usual. Morgan Park will not probably see as good a season for some years to comef XVe started our season with Hermes and Edwards, from last year's bantams and lights, respectively, and with Parsons, sub guard on last year's lights. Eddie Schampel and Harold Burns also were from last year's bantam teamg Mack Lamb from the lights. An unexpected find came in Robert Gillespie who beat Harold Burns for one guard position. VVe were not defeated until our last game, with Englewood, when the guarding combination was broken up by the loss of Bob Gillespie whose ankle was sprained. Otherwise we would have finished on the top rung of the ladder. Our best game of the season was our first Parker game when we whitewashed the northern school, 15 to 0, in their own gym. XVe will lose Billy Edwards, Capt. Eddie Hermes, Mack Lamb, Eddie Schampel and Ken- neth Korten by graduation, while we will have left VVilliard Parsons, Robert Gillespie, Harold Burns, Harry Freemont and Alfred Cleaves to complete next year teams. The Gllyiragn Zluhnm: jllI1Bl'5lZlIU.lEI51'iK Meet On Saturday, March 19. our small track team went to the Broadway Armory to compete against the rest of the high schools. The events that Morgan Park entered were: the 50-yard dash. the half-mile, the 220 and the' shot put. Teetzel, our speed demon, entered the 50-yard preliminaries and of course got first. He entered the semi-finals. As a result he had a little hard luck going over the polished fioor but struggled along to the very end. Through some miscue the judges claimed that he was third instead of second. Tilton, our entrant in the half-mile, soon lost his stride and was an easy victim for his opponents. Sanders, our entrant in the "220," could not get used to the slippery fioor either. He fell several times but was "game" to the finish. lt was not Dick's fault but the fault of the fioor and not having the knowledge of how to run on such a track. ln the 12-lb. shot put, our entrant was Gillespie who found that he was the smallest man entered. But "Dave"squeezed into fourth place by 1X2 inch anyway. The meet was won by Senn. We scored one point. 56 W 1 1 57 Girls' Aihleiins Morgan Park vs. Fenger.: Hurrah for the girls! Our school is at last boosting girls' athletics. I don't suppose many of the pupils really know what the girls have been doing in ath- letics. We have been playing inter-class basketball and organizing baseball teams. Last but not least is the fact that the girls played an inter-school basketball game with Sue Mechtersheimer as their captain. On Monday, April 18, the Fenger girls' basketball team came to Morgan Park and beat our girls, 21-8. The victory seemed to be Fengers' through the entire game. The line-up was: F. Dorothy Darrow G. Evelyn Hamilton F. Nan Callahan C. Isabel Hamilton F. Gladys Bradley C. Ruth Hueman G. Sue Mechtersheimer S.C. Lucy Wiatt G. Vivian Hamilton S.C. Ruth Hickerson On Friday, April 22, our girls went to Fenger., The game started off with Morgan Park getting the first basket. At the end of the first half the score was 10 to 5 in favor of Fenger. In the third quarter Morgan Park got the baskets and Fenger none. The game finally ended in a victory for Morgan Park with a score 13 to 12. The line up was: F. Dorothy Darrow G. Vivian Hamilton F. Evelyn Hamilton C. Isabel .Glover G. Sue Mechtersheimer S.C. Lucy Wfiatt Dorothy Darrow, who has proven to be our star forward. made four baskets and one free throw. This was Evelyn 'Hamilton's first chance at playing forward and she made two baskets. All of our girls worked hard and the team work was so good that it seemed almost impossible that the girls could improve so much in so short a time. This was 'the last game of the season for the Fenger girls and it was the only game they lost. The game was a great victory for us, for it ended the first season of inter-school basketball ever played by the girls of Morgan Park High. l.et's give them one big yell. Rah! Rah! Girls! Base Ball The girls have had so much fun playing basketball that they are trying to organize baseball teams. The Seniors elected Grace Yager as their captaing the Juniors, Nan Callahang and the Sophomores, Sue Mechtersheimer. The Fresh- men seem very slow about baseball and electing their captain, but we hope they will wake up and show more spirit. VVe want to thank Miss Gahl for her interest and help in boosting girls' ath- letics. 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M 4 ,iff j, ,' X 9 3.4 ' 'f ?-A-jg L 'A fi, fl -' A- P v- ha. 59 minirers in the Sieninr Qluntcst Prettiest Girl-Laura Nowak Most Handsome Boy-Elwood Holland Brightest Boy-George Downing Brightest Girl-Ruth Arnold Most Popular Girl--Elizabeth Arneman Most Popular Boy-De Vtfitt Lane The Nicest Disposition tGirlj-Vera Hayden The Nicest Disposition QBoyj-Raymond Becker The Most Athletic Girl-Leila Augur The Most Athletic Boy-Edwin Hermes The Class Dandy--Andrew Richardson The Class Bluffer--John Rudin The Best Dancer CGirl5--Katharyn Daugherty The Best Dancer CBoyj-Randolph Tredwell The Most Quiet Girl-Edith 1Vilson The Most Quiet Boy--Barrett Rich A Qflamzc at thc 0115155 uf '21 Inasmuch as a group of dignified and important personages are departing through the portals of EMPEH1 forever, we deem it only courteous and proper that we should dilate a few moments on the merits and interesting features of said group-sometimes called the "Graduating Class." First of all, we shall offer a little information concerning the Senior Class Officers. Ahem! The Honorable Miss President, Laura F. Nowak! Laura is a brunette treallyj and was voted the prettiest girl in the class. Her favorite color is yellow, her favorite flower is the orchid Cexpensive tastelj, her favorite song in anything popular like "Bright Eyes," and her favorite pastime is dancing. Sounds frivolous but she isn't at all. For further information please page "Ye Ed." Now we come to the Honorable Vice-president, Mr. Edwin Hermes. Ed was voted the most athletic boy in the class-that goes without saying. His favorite color- is lavender, his favorite flower is Gold Medal tHar! Har!j, his favorite song is the "W'ingfXVang Blues," and his favorite pastime is playing tennis. He's a regular fella! Next in line is Miss Sara Hayes, the "Sec," Her favorite color is pink, her favorite song is "Somewhere a Voice is Calling," her favorite Hower is the Amer- ican Beauty Rose and her favorite pastime is playing the piano. A nice girl, we say! And last, but not least, is Hon. Raymond Becker, the hard-working "Treas." Raymond was voted as having the nicest disposition among the boys in the class. His favorite color is brown, his favorite flower is the rose, his favorite song is "Palesteena," and his favorite pastime is reading. "A lad of simple tastes," what say? . XYe believe in being short and snappy, that's why the above is so disconnected. Cheer up the worst is yet to come! The Senior class weighs over two tons-5500 lbs., to be more exactg the Class is a little over 100 yards. or 301 feet tall! Raymond Becker is the tallest boy in the class Q6 ftlj. lsabel Glover carries away the honors for being the tallest girl Q5 ft. 8 in.!j. "Babe" Canty is the "baby" of the class Q5 ft. 1 1f2 in.! ! U. VVe think it discreet not to' inform you concerning the weight of our especially so ' voluminous or especially slender members-there might be a riot. fThat's alllj Now we come to a fascinating subject--shoe sizes! "Rick" Tredwell holds the place of honor for wearing the largest shoes in the class! As for small shoes, we have many! Marion Barnes and Judy Church lead the rest of the girls. VVhat size? Ask 'em, we don't feel right in telling. One feature of the answers in the shoe size question rather made us smile. It was this: Almost every girl who wore a size over 416 Cand there were manylj always wrote AA, AAAA, etc. How the fair sex do love small feet! The favorite study of this illustrious and intellectual ftoo truelj group is de- cidedly History. Every subject in the school curriculum was mentioned in the election. Latin, Mathematics, and Science are next in favor after the favorite: History! ln the election of the most popular teacher, Miss Petty was the victor. Almost every person has had Miss Petty for l.atin-and we all have been "under her care" this year in division! Miss Mackin, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Hamilton, and Miss Miller came next-but practically every teacher in the school was the favorite of some seniorite. Two gave their favorite as: all!! The rose is easily the favorite flower of'the seniors. Therefore. they chose it for their class flower. Violets. Sweet Peas, Lilies of the Valley, and Forget-me- nots come next in the order mentioned. Varied were the choices of the class as to their favorite Bower. Some of our "funny" people preferred "XVall Flowersf' "Skunk Cabbage," "Dandelions," and "Gold Medal." fBy the way, these were all boyslj The favorite color of the class is blue. Red, pink, and green come next in the order named. As in every contest, the choices were extremely varied. Every conceivable color was mentioned. One comical lad C.Reveley Hallett, to be exactj wrote his preference as "sky blue pink !" Never before have forty-four people differed so widely in opinion as this re- nowned class. ln the Movie Actors contest, twenty-six different actors were named as favorite. NVallace Reid and Norma Talmadge were, of course. the winners. Next, in order, came Charles Ray, Douglas Fairbanks, Richard Bar- tholmess, Mary Pickford, Constance Talmadge and Mary Miles Minter. The election for the most popular song of the class brought forth many orig- inal f?J answers but no real decision. Palesteena and Coral Sea Cboth very popular at the date of the electionl received the great vote of four each-they tied for first place. In all, thirty-one different songs were named. Many favored "jazz gems," such as Margie, Sweet Mama. Mammy, and Bright Eyes. Several of the old favorites, Carry Me Back to Ole Virginny, A Perfect Day. ln Old Madrid,and Somewhere a Vioce is Calling-were claimed by those of a more serious turn of mind. Of course, The Sunshine of Your Smile and There's a Long, Long Trail also had their champions. Even in this contest we were not without our "humorous" people-witness such choices as: The Man with the Sealskin Pantsg And the Smoke went up the Chimney just the Same: Oh, Put Me i11 My Little Bed, Oh. How I Hate to Get Up in the Morningg that last one sounds like Dewey doesn't it? Then there are always a few patriotic souls who favor America and the Alma Mater of M.P.H.S.! Thank you, Babe, for that! W'hat do the noble Seniors like to do? Study? XVell, sometimes. According to the returns of this particular election, the Seniors enjoy reading most of all. Wfhether that means the newspaper or Thackeray is not known to us humble 6l critics. Anyway, they like to read. Then, in order, come: Dancing, athletics, sleeping, swimming, auto riding, playing the piano, and flirting! Next follow a long list of every conceivable pastime from "acting," "eating," "attending opera," to "doing nothing," "making candy," and "watching the clock, eighth period." Truly, the Seniors outdid themselves in this interesting contest! 'Tis wondrous that they haven't brain fag! Now we wish to say just a word about the contest fthe returns of which are abovej and the winners. The contest is the hrst of this kind ever conducted at Empehi. It created a great deal of excitement, and untold curiosity has been aroused as to its results. VVe wish to say that every member of the class was mentioned at least once. VVe do not need to tell you more about the winners for they are all well-known Seniors and surely deserve the honors CFD awarded them. As for second places! Here they are: - Prettiest Girl-julia Church i Nice Disposition-John Rudin Handsome Boy-Edwin Hermes Dancer fGirlj--Esther Prabel Brightest Girl--Katherine Keeler Dancer fBoyj-De W'itt Lane Brightest Boy-Barrett Rich Class Dandy-Ellwood Holland Popular Girl-Leila Augur Athletic Girl-Isabel Glover Popular Boy-Randolph Tredwell Athletic Boy-Raymond Becker Bluffer-Andrew Richardson Quiet Girl-Edna Mulhern Nice Disposition-Elizabeth Arneman Quiet Boy-Norman Daniels The Seniors have 10075 S. A. Membership and have a very great interest in the other school clubs. They surely are a peppy, lively, jolly bunch and The Once Over is sorry to see them go. Best wishes for the future and good luck! Srarnhal ! ! ! After looking them over for the past few weeks, I think it would be quite appropriate to form a new sorority and only the girls with bobbed hair should be admitted. Call it the National Association of Fruits, Lemon Chapter of Morgan Park High. Owing to the apparent lack of Sawdust of Cerebrum of the members I offer the following rules and regulations to be adopted by the organization. 1. Initiation fee-a nickel Ciirst purchase a graftless treasurerj. 2. No more than 250 be members at one time. 3. Guard against any such thing as a special cutting day. VVe have only a stated number of barbers now and the death rate is high in their ranks already. 4. It shall be considered a misdemeanor for any girl to have her hair trimmed in a public place such as Jeff's high grade tonsorial parlor ta crowd having gathered to view the scenery, many are liable to serious injury in the heavy traffic on the main st1'eet of our thriving "burg"j. 5. However, this shall be considered legal if the member first turns in a 2-11 tire call and a 77-34 riot call. 6. The hair must be worn cut at all times. Any attempt to do the switches, will be considered a violation of section 5, series 4, of the Finnigan Patent. 7. The hair must be combed and brushed at least once a month C remarks omitted by censorj. 8. The recognition sign shall be a clipping motion with the first and second 62 Fingers of the right hand. This must be given when passing a fellow member. 9. The pass word shall be, "GOING, GOING, GONE !" 10. After arriving home following the "harvest" scenery, only one look in the mirror is allowed. I realize most of the members of the chapter are going to feel all cut up for some time by being elected to membership so suddenly Qmaybe the hair will feel more soj. Very deep-register applause. If you can't get used to the new disguise, use some Le Page's Glue and you will be surprised how soon you get "stuck" on yourself. We may have a lot of Tom, Dick and Harrys about this school but the "Bobbies" are sure holding out strong. Drop another nickel in me and see what happens! '22. There must have been an over abundance of varnish on hand last week. They varnished the wands! And Miss Gahl tells us .that the Indian clubs and the dumb bells have been varnished too! Fern Mulligan was heard to remark: "Isn't that nice ?" af x xr Zin jiznnnmirs N. B. was put above an important notice on the black board and when Mr. Benninghoif came into the room he changed it to No Brains. Mr. Hall said: "Why don't you put your name at the end instead of at the beginning? One VVho Heard. Pk ak a flbh 1622! Miss Peterson: Have you your lesson, Donald? D. Clemmer: No, Miss Peterson, I thought you were absent today! an 4: sf Howlers in an Economics Test: "Road ruff shod"-rode rough shod. "Knickles"-5 cent pieces. Notion of bank note-national. Chngraphg nf gllllnrgem Hawk High Population-Five hundred, more or less. Points of Interest-Lunch-room, 104, the gym. Landmarks-The portables. Show-Places-The study hall, the Empehi office. Exports-Grads. Imports--Fresh young beings. Industries-Making perfect "grads" from the raw product-freshies. It is a tedious and painful operation, taking, usually, about four years. Description-Red brick, three stories, a thousand or more uSll3.11tlCS.,, Climate-Perpetually warm, especially in 104 on account of the hot air wasted therein. at ak Pk The old-fashioned man who used to walk five miles through the snow to school now has a son who rides there in an auto and goes for a pleasure jaunt with "her" when school is out. 63 flags mth Jillunies ns. Elgersnns emit Things Call the Doctor-just after the finals! The Meanest Man in the VVOrld-The one that gave me D. Bab-Marian Coleman. East is West--Benny. Tickle Me-?!!? Boys VVill Be Boys-Spring Fever and Ditching! s The City of Silent Men--Study Hall first period. The Nut-He's always with us! Seventeen-The dear "grads" are all at that stage! ik lk Pl A school paper is a great invention, The staff gets all the fame, The printer gets all the money, The editor all the blame. Pklkvk Now that the Class of '21 is safely out of M. P .H. S., we predict that the oflice will find an over supply of tardy blanks on their hands next fall. VVe still have with us the unconscious specimen of green freshman who asks, "VV hy do they call graduation. Commencement? I should think they would call it taps instead of reveille!" Q No, Alphonse, times are not changing. Freshmen still ask the same idiotic questionsj. To judge by some of the contributions dropped in the "box on the landing between the first and second Hoors, north," the students believe that the editors are just in from the country, as 'twerel V 'dilnmatn Saute CAp0l0gies to Shakespearej The quality of tomato sauce is surely strained in the lunchroom. lt partially covers, as the gentle rain from Heaven, the earth beneath fthe Spanish ricej. It becomes the mashed potatoes better than the monarch does his crown. 'Tis thinnest in the thinnest. But tomato sauce is above the common gravy. It is enthroned on the top of macaroni. It is an attribute to the cook herself, But when tomato sauce dost then taste likest unto gravy 'Twas bought in M. P. H. S. lunchroom. i A. Nutt Heard at a baseball game: "Hey! take the lead outa yer feet! Y' ain't goin ta yer wedding !" How do they get that clever way? an :of fr Mr. Hamilton-Miss Heynen, tell me about the war of the Roses. Sue Heynen--I don't know anything about it except that it left a black record in England. Blinx Miller--That was because the knights fnights?j fought in it. 64 "Pessin1ist-What ?" Miss Brown-Clyde, why is the verb- Clyde Qsotto vocej-Gosh! Pk is as Hooray! for Mr. Hamilton Hooray! for one-O-four Hooray! for all the little boys That don't go out the door. VV. F. ' wk wk ill 1' here was a young fellow named Parsons In basketball he fought like a Tarzan He played the whole game And knocked 'em all lame r Three cheers for our star, Williard Parsons. Inscribed on the front page of a departing Senior's Virgil, we found the follow- ing: "The hours I spent with thee, dear heart!" Appropriate, n'est-ce-pas? :lf :lf ar VVe wonder what Edgar Tilton will do next year when the occupant of Locker 2026 leaves our portals. wr wk vp VVe prophesy that the gymnasium dance "hounds" will miss Dewey and Mar- cella next year! Q'Tis truelj wr ar wk Vtfhen Frank Nelson departs for Canada and Alberta for New York their M. P. friends will weep copious tears. The best of luck to you both! 1: an: ac Did you hear what happened to Reveley and Sara on the night of the Senior banquet? No? VVell, Reveley's car broke down and after spending a half hour mending his tire he took the crowd to the Cooper-Carlton! CPage S. H. or E. S. for particularsj. - 4: wk wk Did you ever notice that if you aren't particularly impressed with a new ac- quaintance, you speak of him as being "nice P" :if ff if A. Nutt says that receiving a postal card from some one you like is like having a taste of something good to eat! VVe agree! liimllvf t R. M.-I bet you don't know the distance between your ears. Arthur S.-No. what is it? - R. M.-One block! wk if an T.-Say, Dar.. Did you hear about the man who fell from the sixth Hoor of the H .... and didn't get hurt? . Dar.-VVhy. no. How did that happen? T.--Oh, he had a spring suit on! 65 She-Say, do you know these wooden Indians that used to stand on front of the cigar store? He-Yes. She-How ffunny, they don't know you! Dk Pk Pk "De Fence"' Mr. "Ham,"-VVhat did you study today? Student-I studied the chapter on 'Defence l' Another S.-I .just looked over "Defense!" Mr. "Ham"-The test will go through "Defense!" :k Pk 4: Judy Church fgazing at lunch menuj-Gee, they have the sandwiches, dates with nuts,-that's the way all my dates are! Who is he? lk lk ll! Seven Wonders of Morgan Park 1. The Empehi Office 2. The Seniors 3. Alice Sutherland's Prettiness 4. Ed Hermes' Athletic Prowess 5. Mr. Thompson 6. Laura and Girlie's Friendshlp 7. Our Basketball team, 1920-21. Pk Pk Pk Oh! Senior! Do you Remember VVay Back VVhen: You were a Freshie in Miss Deratt's division? You always passed everything? You took your books home every night? VVhen Mr. Moore taught Algebra? XVhen Fred Behan was our class president? VVhen Laura Nowak had bobbed hair? And you thought the "Empehi" was wonderful? You were afraid of Mr. Hamilton? You thought that the Seniors knew it all? Tom McKeever was our cheer leader? Phil lngwersen was the idol of the school? Miss Fuhrman taught French in 201? There were no portables? Miss Blood taught Music in 103? There was no lunchroom? Mr. Hamilton had study hall eighth? Peg Bufifington and Mary Ruthven tormented us? Those were the good old days! Gone but not forgotten! Hkikik Mr. "Ham,"-I shall now proceed to call the roll. "Bubbles" White-What do you call the roll? 66 C11 yearslj The Glnmmerrial Sextette A few days before school closed for the spring vacation a slip of paper con- taining nine questions was given to each member Qsix girlsj of the Commercial graduating class. Each of the girls were told to answer these questions and return their answers to me before the eighth period that day. As the class is so small many of the papers were handed in before the time that they 'were due. The returns of this election are: A Prettiest Girl ........... .... D orothy Bathe Brightest Girl ......... .... F rances VVayte Most Popular Girl ..... ..... F rances Wayte Nicest Disposition. . . .... Virginia Pierson Most Athletic Girl .... .... F rances Wayte Class Dandy ........ .... V irginia Pierson Class Rlulfer .... ...Mildred Ridley Best Dancer ............................... Frieda Rickert Most Quiet Girl ............................ Ruth Muesbeck V Every girl in the class was mentioned at least once. The Commercial Sex- tette Qas we are calledb boasts of a very wide-awake class of girls. W'e know that our teachers are very sorry to see us go QFD and we extend our best wishes to the school, our teachers, and our school paper, the Empehi. what the Swim: Qlletss nf the Qlnmmerrial Repatri- ment is illpantkful fm: ' Mildred Ridley's happy-go-lucky disposition. Virginia Pierson's laugh and grin. Ruth Muesbeck's very QFJ QFJ boisterous QFD QFD manner. Dorothy Bates ability to bluff QFD QFD QFD Frieda Rickert's ability to vamp QFD QFD and flirt QFD QFD . And last, but not the least, we all entertain hopes of graduation. F. M. NV. '21 Sk lk lk Mr. Hamilton-The affirmative debaters may pass on to some other room to discuss their side of the debate. VVhere do you want to go. Mr. ClemmerF Mr. Clemmer-To the lunch room. Ql-leard in fourth periodj wk wk ar . Mr. " Ham."-Now, Lane, if I call upon you to answer this question, you'll have to talk map. 4 Dewey-How do you do that? 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Beth Downing with a D? Leila without-? Mr. Thompson with a mustache? Lieut. Lorenz clumsy? Bill Davis toe dancing? Miss Gahl with blonde hair? "Girlie" not wanting more material? The Senior "prexy" bashful? Claire Martin entirely alone? jerry Holmes studious? Babe Canty six feet two? Judy Church tall and "skinny"? Merrill Benninghoff with his hair mussed? Dewey unhappy? Sizzy Arneman worrying? Ed Hermes not an athlete? Alice Sutherland anything but sweet? Kate Daugherty short and fat? Ray Becker without his laugh? Marie Turner with black hair? Rick. Tredwell not neat? Barrett Rich crazy about girls? Edith Wilsoii making a noise? Sara Hayes with her hair bobbed? Andy Richardson as a farmer? Sue not making music? Ruth and Marion getting scholarships? Reveley Hallett as a songbird? Ellwood' Holland boisterous? Marcella without Esther and Alberta? Lefty Sanford standing up straight? Miriam Brough without 'her S's? Adele Binney without Ruth Roberts? Vivian Hamilton not sweet? Vera Hayden without her cheerful dispositi-on? Miss Mackin teaching chemistry? Mr. Thompson teaching Latin? 'This school without its Seniors? Neither Can VVe! 69 .A55a,,'Ax . xi ,4u - 'Ov Q .X 'gd 5 ., s:,7rL XJ 4' ,L '.'f3 vi X47 f HRX. !',f', 'yfyvx J, .N UA? Il N 1 'SSW af?fVHxx. xxx , 'r1V 5 1 X A xxxw- .Q V1 ' ' A 9 7 .l s f S 1 N 'LI' " ff' 31 'EDT 15' vllifgxrxx X N I , x X N X X xxxs MLW, 2. x sg S' v xf 'N ck Y f Tiv 'f , 'X X fffffl, N ,lt he U xXx! r fm f, , . I gun I - AVXXNLD 1 f4' 7, A' X'x.5Q' tv A X3u1',',,' I X X X xr s 'l f 70 Wh en Fashion ent Chunk-hge! ' thumb jilurk The Seniors soon will leave us now To go their wilful ways But that's the way all Seniors go E'en in the olden days. The Juniors who will take their place Vtfith loyal hearts and true VVill work and toil another year And then they too are through. And so it goes throughout each yearg Seniors from us depart And when they go they take with them Good wishes from every heart. we :sf ac ers the door, bills Hy in the window. The boy stood on the burning deck You'd think the heat would kill'um, But he was only posing for The latest movie lillum. wk :sf :u If you don't like these jokes And their dryness makes you groan, Just stroll around occasionally VV ith some good ones of your own. if an as Zinhnez frnm the gllllusir Eepmftment The Dearest Spot on Earth-M. P. H. S. When Dreams Come True-4 S's Make Believe-that your D's are S's! Wishing-f or Vac Bright Eyes-The ation Days! "Grads' " Eyes, June twenty-second! In the Sweet Bye and Bye-Graduation for the Rest of Us. Memories-Alumni. There's a Long, Long Trail-Freshies. Good-bye, Everybody-Class ofjune, 1921! ! ! The U. S. A. Forever-All of Us! ! ! ! lk Pk Ik As we understand the efforts to purify modern dances. the half scissors hold are to be barred. "XV e women bear uf an af pain better than men." "Who told you that? Your doctor P" "No, my shoemakerf' 71 Nelson and 'fgnusehnlh Zhinis There are several ways of using baked ham. Gne of the best is to eat it. Honey may be used for sweetening anything but a traffic cop. Spaghetti should not be cooked too long. About ten inches is right. A cold bath will be found more pleasant if made with hot water. if :r as "I've borrowed our neighbor's phonograph for this evening." "Giving a party?" "No, but I'm going to have one quiet night at home this winter." Pk ar an Motorist Cafter hitting pedestrianj-"You were trying to cross in the middle of the block." Pedestrian-"VVhat difference does it make ?" If I cross at the corner you will knock me into the middle of the block, and we might as well begin there. 4- :sf 4: "I gave that beggar a penny and he didn't even thank me for it." "No, you can't get anything for a penny now." as- Pk wk Specijic Mrs. Newlywed, to grocer, over the telephone: "My husband and I are starting our garden this afternoon. 'Will you please send over one dozen green tomato plants and two packages of sweet pickle seed P" as in an Signs of the Times "Has your son come home from college yet ?" "I imagine so-I haven't seen my car for the past two weeks." if wk :oc Not His Shoes The Tenderfoot limped into camp. "VV hat is the matter P" asked a brother Scout, "do your new shoes hurt ?" "No," replied the Tenderfoot, "but my feet do." ak :sf x H e Was Somewhat Particular A small boy was sitting next to a very haughty lady on a street car. He kept sniffling in a most annoying way until the woman could stand it no longer. "Boy, haven't you got-a handkerchief F" she demanded. The small boy looked at her for a few seconds and then, in a dignified tone, came the answer: "Yes, I 'ave, but I don't lend it to strangers." :sf :sr for "Some of the grandest discoveries of the ages," said the great scientist sono- rously, "have been the result of accidents." "I can readily believe that," said the fair lady. "I once made one that way myself." The great man blinked his amazement. "May I ask what it was ?" , "Certainly," replied the fair one. "I found that by keeping a bottle of ink handy you can use a fountain pen just like any other pen-without all the trouble of filling it." 72 Laing A8 The Cornmercia. 153, lClu 73 ll "Don't you think my new suit is a perfect fit? "Fit? Why. it's a perfect convulsionf' Wattted Them Fairly Young The following sign is painted on a fence in the neighborhood of Rochester: "Kash paid for little kalves not mourn to daze old." Dkfkvk Doubtful Improvement The first knight of the road was ruddy of countenance, with a huge beard of the hue politely known as auburn. The second was smooth-shaven. "I useter have a beard like that till I saw meself in the glass. Then I cut it off." ' But the bearded man was not dismayed. "Much better 'ave left it on, mate," he returned, gently. "I useter 'ave a face like yours till I saw it in the glass. Then I growed this 'ere beard." Hklki Some interesting papers were turned in by a fourth-grade class that had recently seen "the butterfly movies." Here is one composition letter for letter: A few days ago I saw a picture of a larve. The first picture was a larve on a leave. He is not like a caterpiller because he hasn't any fuss. When he comes out of the egg his food is the milkweed. He creeps out on the leave and eats it slowly. nice and neat. In a week or so he sheds his skin. First He spins him- self a silk button. then he hangs by his feet and splits. He squeezes himself in his own skin and wiggles. Then he brakes out in a few days and turns into a buetiful butterfly. At first he is very weak and can scarsely move. He then creeps into the sun and makes his wings britle, and Hys about more pretty then before uf wk an Distances "lVhere do you live in the city-close in ?" "Fairly so-thirty minutes on foot. hfteen by motor car. twenty-five by street- car, and forty-five by telephone." Q . wr wr :r Tho Soft Rebuke Scene: Lecture Room. Time: 11:58 A. M. t'Scuffling of feet, rattle of coppers, audible signs of "Let's Go."j Professor fwearilyj: "Just a moment, gentlemen, I have yet a few pearls to cast." wk :af at Cracked Before ' A cheery little fellow was accustomed to hear a servant always saying when she broke a dish that it was cracked before. One day the little lad tumbled downstairs, and his mother cried, in alarm: "Oh, Tommy, have you broken your head F" Tommy got on his feet, and said, with a grin, "Never mind. mother, it was cracked before." 74 P!! "Is your son in favor of the daylight saving. "I reckon he is," replied Farmer Corntassel. "If he goes on staying out nights, pretty soon he won't be using any daylight at all." as ar wk "I wish you would tell me," said the agent who had been a long time on Mr. Snagg's trail, "VVhat is your objection to having your life insured P" "I don't mind telling you," replied Snaggs. "The idea of being of more value dead than alive is distasteful to me." wk wr use ' ipplns Small Lulu-"W'hy are sailors so forgetful, papa P" Papa-"I didn't know they were, dear." Small Lulu-"Then why do they have to weigh anchor every time they start on a voyage P" wk at Pk A tired little boy sat on the curb with his chin resting in his hands. "I wish I was rich l" he exclaimed. "NVhat would you do with your money if you were rich P" asked one of his playmates. "I'd buy a great big motor-car," answered the little chap, "so I could Hy my kite out of the back of it without running my legs off." Pk x :lf Sunday-School Teacher-6'What do you know about Good Friday, jimmy P" Small jimmy-"He was Robinson Crusoe's valet." wk Pk ae ar lk lk "Half a dozen doctors have given Mabel up!" l'Really! YVhat is the matter with her P" "She simply wouldn't pay her bills." wk xc wr I-Ie-"If I should die you'd never get another husband like me." She-'lXVhat makes you think I should ever want another like you." wk if a "That new nurse of ours must be a bowery product. She speaks of the nursery as the noisery." "VVell', I rather think that's the way it should be pronounced." PK ff Pk She-"Do you love me, John P" I-Ie-"Sure" . . . ,,, She--"Then why don't your chest go up and down like the man in the movies. Pk fc: X Rubber paved streets are to be given a trial in London, and with silent motor- engines, our only traffic noises should be the shrieks of the injured pedestrians. Pk :sf in Judge: "Did you or did you not strike this woman P" Landlord: "Your honor, I only remarked that the wallpaper in her apartment bore fingerprints." judge: "Two years for knocking her flat! Next case P" ,- IJ B-I shall look for another channel for my stories hereafter. Taylor-Why not try the English Channel ?--Tar Baby. :sf :lf 1- Professor C in psychologyj : "Can anyone mention a case of great friendship made famous through literature P" VVallie: "Mutt and Jeff." as wk x "Flying requires some special application, doesn't it ?" "No, any old kind of liniment will do."--Jack-o'-Lantern. ak :sf my "It's always best to have things match VVe're asked to take that as straight dope. W'ell, if it's true, a lot of folks i Should wash their heads with Ivory soap."-Sun Dial. PF Pk 4- I.ittle Johnnie had just had one of his tonsils taken out and the first time he was allowed out. he ran to tell his little pal. "Say, Tommie, l jest had one of my tonsils taken out, and I betcha can't guess which one it was." "The left one." CKNOpe.Y, "The right one." "Aw, who told ya ?" ff :sf 4: She-I wish I could improve my dancing. He-The feeling is mutual.-Juggler. Now that Edison has invented a machine to communicate with the dead, maybe some of us will be able to savvy Math. Pk wk ar "My father occupied the chair of applied physics at Cambridge." "Dat's nuttin'g mine occupied the seat of applied electricity at Sing Sing." Pk if is -Tones had unexpectedly come upon Green, from whom he had borrowed money. "Er-er, what was the denomination of the bill you loaned me, Green ?" he asked. "Episcopalian, I guess." said Green, 'fat any rate it keeps lent very well." ll: wk :sr For the Backward Reader Eht tseggib sloof Illits eralced Era ton ni deddap llec ro llats Tub esoht ohw wonk siht sah on esnes Tey ylluferac wollof urht ti lla.-Brown Jug. :sf ak an To the departing seniors we say with onions at our eyes and mingled emotions in our hearts: addio adieu adios vale auf wiedersehn good-bye - - - ! 76 Suitable Gifts for Graduation Here you will find in profusion all that the boy or girl graduate desires-'gifts that are appropriate to such an important event. , A -w...:.a,,a,g.Y1.4.gm : 5,5 2 HW . ii-i?.Zi - b 1. it "1-'Q -.s '- gg N , f l "ll wilful X 976 ' fig gi 1 liverslxarp and Auto point pencils qi Eastman Koclalts anal Carrying Cases Famous Fountain Pens Cranels and Symplmony Lawn Stationery Imported and Domestic Toilet Waters and Perfume Ivory Toilet Sets Manicure Cases il lmloor Balls. Base Balls and Gloves i high'-A Graduation Carcls I W. Poclcet Boolls i S , Box Candy , ,iagsljt X Razors S 14 . 'W is a: f r ttrt it Partington 81. Newhall, lno. PHARMACISTS T1-ne: Roxclll sToRE 11.049,-51 Hale Ave. Morgan Park, CHICAGO Cfelephone Beuerlq 138 and 139 77 B. M. BARNES Pharmacist McBRlDE BROS. 8: KNOBBE ICE CREAM Johnson's Candies Stationery and School Supplies 1763 w. asm sneer - t CHICAGO Phone Beverly 230 Patronize the Empehi Advertisers For Daintu CoolJDress in exclusive Stules Silk Lingerie Silk Blouses Silk Hosierq Arrow Soft Collars Dress Shirts Cheneq Cravats Bathing Suits Dru Goods and Men's Furnishings Heunens Store morgan Park Open Tuesdaq, Thursdau and Saturdaq Evenings Phone Beverly 1184 Telephone Wabash 953 Residence Phone W. E. SHEFFNER Watchmaker 8: Jeweler I Beverly 1352 GEORGE W. CRITCHELL S I d E G1 R 1 d INSURANCE CC H Cl l'l e Bile! E Blfe P t cNewa1.en.:, Fuma.h.a P 175 W. Jackson Blvn- l98l W. 11 lth St. Morgan Park CHICAGO 78 Milk Best and Cheapest Summer Food PURE MILK is the cheapest and best summer food. It contains every element needed for health and growth. Give the children all the milk they will drink and save doctor's bills. Drink milk for lunch instead of coffee or tea. Be Sure the Milk is Pure Use WANZER'S MILK For sixty years the service has been unequalled on the South Side. 1gOii3NEi?deiii5ihNzEk398z sdiiig Palronize the Empehi Advertisers The Morgan Park High School CAFETERIA Furnishes Excellent Vfarm Lunches at the Lowest Prices Hermosa Ave. VISITORS ARE WELCOME! 79 It V af' rue f 1 i " -' '- Tj ' ?' ' - --fr .1-'Q' X NN I -Mm ah ' -X t S AI' .XS as " li v f I !l 3 .lid y :N I U' 'RM-Al I1 'W I 'J ll 1 . gpg 'ibm ,., qi tl' Y 0 -- . , r-- 4 OWN A HOME OF YOUR OWN We are in a distinct position to aid those people who would like to own a home of their own and who do not have all the money necf essary to build. As the largest State Bank on the South Side, we can be of special service to home builders along the Ridge and eleswhere, and to those who want to borrow money on improved real estate. ' We will appreciate the opportunity to get in touch with anyone who is at all interested in any of these matters. Peoples' Stock Yards State Bank 47th srmsizr AND 1, Rlzsounces ASHLAND Ave. Sl7,000,000.00 H c. LAYCOCK, President Si J mm... Yard 1460 80 Established 1900 I Cl 7' 'U 7 S 6 8 Official PHOTOGRAPHER To A Morgan Park High School Special Rates To Morgan Park Students At Times Studio 329 69th Street Telephones, Wentworth 999 81 Consider Do you consider Insurance a good thing? Do you carry Fire, Life, Accident or any kind of insurance. If Not-Why Not? Would you consider buying some Insurance? "Our insurance is to fill your coal bins with the best possible that are available, so that you will be fully protected against all shortage and Weather conditions that may arise." Fair consideration and calls to Pullman 29 will give you the best Insurance possible. B. Van der Meer 8: Sons Co CINCJ COAL - WOOD GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, HAY 403 W. 103rd St. CHICAGO, ILL Patronize the Empehi Advertisers 1942-1946 Monterey Ave. Phone Bev. 534 McSKIMMINGS The Morgan Park Dry Goods Store Gym and Sport Shoes for Boys, Girls and Grown-ups. White Canvas Shoes and Oxfords, Tennis Shoes Boys Pant, Waists, Pajamas, Underware, Hosiery, Ties Girls Wear,-Organcly and Gingham, Dresses, Middies, Lingerie , Graduation Gifts 82 Brin's Prescription Pharmacy M. BRIN R. PH. PURE DRUGS KEPT PURE FRESH CANDY KEPT FRESH MCBRIDE BROS. ICE CREAM HIGH GRADE STATIONERY KODAKS 81 EASTMAN'S FILMS Z4 Hour Service Developing and Printing-High Grade Work, You Don't Pay If It Is Not Satisfactory. Phone Beverly 280 and 252 WE DELIVER TELEPHONE BEVERLY 207 Ridge Pharmacy Elm H Wright er . 1826 W. l03rd Street Beverly 440 441 Electrical Construction ELECTRICAL REPAIRING ESTIMATES ELECTRICAL FURNISHED ENGINEERING SDDAS 8: CIGARS 1 1 106 Homewood Avenue lce Cream Brick 8: Bulk Morgan Park, Ill. ' Patronize the Empehi Advertisers Insurance Loans Property Management Lot Surveys To Move your Property Quickly W. A. BANCROPT 86 COMPANY W. S. Kiskaddon Conscientious Service Rendered A ' 11047 Han-I Avenue .4 Phone Bivefly Q50 Opposite Depot ' Res. Be rly 591 b 83 'I va Save 5 and Have, You CAN T Break Even You are either gomg ahead or losmg out. You know lug salaried men and women who are always xn debt You know small er salarled people with growlng bank ac counts The First class wlll fmally be failures The second class wlll become m dependent. Which will you be? ln thus bank of pleasant dealings the president or any employee will be glad to show you how easy It I8 to acqmre the savmg habit Saturday for .Savings -to 8 P M MID CIT TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK X Wadison 6 Halsted H J XXX xp no J - 3 'I K ' o D L N 84 .1 A. S. NATHAN L. A. ROSE Arthur S. Nathan dt Co. 175 W. Jackson Blvd. INS URA N CE American Indemnity Co. Automobile, Plate Glass, Bonds, Burglary, Personal Accident Insurance All Losses Settled and P id Through Office Phones Wabash 2416 3788 Paironize the Empehi Advertisers Corporation Steel Tanks and General Steel plate Construc- tion, Vyater Softening and pur1'fy1'ng Eqwfment East Chicago. 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Cleaned or Pressed 11307 Longwood Drive, 51-50 up' Beverly 726 11107-09 Vincennes Avenue Patronize the Empehi Advertisers TWO PHONES VINCENNES 575 AT YOUR SERVICE Perfect Soft Water Used-4500 Satisfied Customers VISIT YOUR LAUNDRY We will dry your clothes with Fresh Air and Iron all Flat Pieces LEWIS' WET WASH LAUNDRIES 7031-33 Stewart Avenue 88 .fit Uour Service forthe printinq of School Annuals, Uleeblies or anything in printinq CThe Windermere Press 1221 E. 65rd Street Hyde Park 516 Ji. ID. FLETTIING, GEO. J. FLETTIZNC5, President Secretary 89 CfZz1'cago Conservatory of .Alusic NINTH FLOOR AUDITORIUM BUILDING An flccrecfitecf Scizoof. Estalalfklml 1870 The W ayte Launclry Co. True Glory Glory Halleluyah .Semi O Send it Sena! O .Send ft Senal O Sem! ft to the Laundry to the Laundry to tlze Laundry If You Want ft gone Rlylzt Paironize 6' Empehi Hdverhsers THREE TELEPHONES Beverly 360, 361 and 362 A QUALITY-SERVICE STORE Hoyt iff Sauer Olclest Estahlishecl Grocery House on the Ridge. Retailers of Quality groceries, Meats, FTu7.tS and Vegetahfes 1938-40 Monteray Avenue. Open Wed. 8: Sat. Eve. Phone Pullman 143 LIBERAL CREDIT-COURTEOUS SERVICE GENERAL FURNITURE CO. 11155-57 Michigan Avenue NINE BIG STORES Other Stores At Cor, 62nd and Halsted Sta. C 92 d d H or. n an ouston Ave. 3910-12-14 W. 26th SL 5612-i8 Wentworth Ave. 1807-15 Loomis St. 2348-54 W. North Ave. 2934-36 Milwaukee Ave 9121 Commercial Ave. - Shop Phone BeverlyY599 Phones Beverly 291 and 292 Res, phone Bevel-1y 394 KA1v1ERMAN's A. M. GROCERY AND Farnsworth MARKET Pl..UlVlBlNG, HEATING 1925-27 Monterey Ave. SIMEQKWEK Morgan Park' Chicago 1923 Monterey Ave. Morgan Pk. Patronize the Empehi Advertisers Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing aud Remodeling i JOHN J. KLEIN patromze TAILOR The FOR WOMEN AND MEN - - Phone Bmw 100, Empehz Hdverizsers 1921 MONTEREY AVENUE Branch Store, 626 E. 107th Street MORGAN PARK CASH MEAT MARKET WHERE YOU GET THE MOST OF THE BEST FOR THE LEAST MONEY 1947 MONTEREY AVE. E. ..1. Konoswlcx, PROP 91 ever ft in or ou WOULD YOU KNOW POVERTY IF YOU SHOULD MEET HIM ON THE STREET It 1S well to get acquainted with this gentleman early I f b h h d h h You who have had parents who saved and have provided shgf y ie, ut s un im, avoi is ways, eed not his advice. Place your money in this Bank where it ll be safe at all times. We need your money. YOU NEED OUR PROTECTION Let us get togetherg open an account HERE CALUMET TRUST 8: SAVINGS BANK Longwood Drive and lllth Street Compliments of BOWMAN Dairy Company 1348 West lO3rd Street Phone Beverly 1477 I 1 3 ,lm -,.. . M, ,,.,....-..,,-, , . , . ., . ,. . . , . .. .. . , . . -- .. fi X .. 2 3 3 gt, ii H 54 si K a . S4 fr Q 3 9 23 5 if f, m 6 22 3 'T 95 S -51 1 , ee i Q ','."V-'5-Bl" -if 'N-N. '93 I -Vu. VV ifvi--V-,mfx-:?'V V 1 +3 .1 V -' ' .2.c. -,V V r . Th-ML -'Vqgw K MS' 'Vi-geo ggi we ..f vii' V W, sf X 'W GY-21, V 'i?fV,4 V HH Ji gr V. 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