Mount Mercy Academy - Mercian Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

 - Class of 1926

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' Q,-x it-,.4,A 3'1- 'u 2 r 'fiffff -A 4 J --HIMAA G2 q-444, 7mJ'H4f75M"' fwnu. 91. ak ' Agffftffe !II5ercianII 7276 ERC 1926 IAN Vgublzkbed by I THE SENIOR CLASS I vf MOUNT MERCY I GRAND RAPIDS, ACADEMY MICHIGAN fl L L L I I I' I I I L I F I L I L L L I Q I I I I I I I I . , L I I L L L I I I N T f' L L I I WI I' L I I f L I I NI I' L I I I' L I I' I I I' I I I' L I I w- A I-1,-1 Ii A.pgm:pmm:--w ew- wr in flbel ma n V SAINT ANNE OF MOUNT MERCY ..4'...4...a.......1........4..,n...4....a....:........... ....4,......4..n-..Jx...4-U-J-.4..4 , . ,. ., ,,. , J L-ai-:T-al.-4.-4.-,Qu-J C4222- .Q I I 1 ,I 4: 1 Ill 1 1 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q- Q-Q Q Q Q- Q Q Dedication fftfpii the Sisters of Mercy, whose . Lfhuxfel 'words and exam- ' ' ples shall be our znspzratzon fwe the Class of 1926, gratefully and affec tzonatel y declzcate thzs second 'volume of The Merczan . ! I IC ' DD l -I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-x-I-w -I-I-I-w -I ' I' A 1- P A f F - I F A L I L I L I I E I T I L L L L L I L L L L L L I T T L L L L I T I I I T I T T I T I I T I I I I lI31 Foreword IIE I a YI -x- -x -t x-I- Y C-K l- -a t I -I-a n I-I I-I-1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I ANY and varied are the precious memories H1 .g.Q5 .y.'1 A that We ,the members M of the Class of '26 will carry with us when we leave our Alma Mater I order that these memories may not be lost or dlmmed during our long journey down the years, we have endeavored to put into enduring form the hopes and dreams, the loyalties and friend at Mount Mercy the happiest ones of our lives ,- , I . I I I . rl I I . I I . . I I , I I ' 0 I - I ' I . . I ' I ships that have made our days . : I ' I. ' I I I I I ' I I ' L I I . I - I . I I- , - I I I 3 3 X 3 3 5 3 3 3 Yi! 5 3-3-3-3" 'H-3-5'3"3"3-3-3-3 3 3-3-3-3-3-3"3-5 5' -5-3-3-3'3"3 -3-3-3-I 1141 K K K K K K K K K K K K K-K-K- -K-K-K-K-KQK K K-K- 1 I 11 1 iliibe flbercianll Table of Contents BookI . . Classes Book II . . Literary Book III . Activities 'K Book IV . Hzimor BookV . . Advertisements' s K "Q 335331-5733353'513133315553XIIHXYHXHXBXXIBXXYX 1 ffl imbe flbetcian o M' e '- Zin Mvmnriam Eight Rehrrrnh Einnarh B. iliellg Bishop nf Granh illapihu A few months ago, there passed from the midst of us one whom we have long regarded as a beloved leader, a true friend, a wise and tender father. With deepest sorrow and tender reverence We have prayed that this great soul may find eternal rest in the Heavenly Home of that Master whose faithful servant he Was. We who are reaping the benefits of Bishop Kelly's wisdom and foresight find it hard to express the sorrow- ing love and gratitude that Wells up in our hearts as We try to pay some fitting tribute to his memory. Bishop Kelly has been called "the builder-bishop" and to us the title seems praticularly appropriate. He was in- deed a builder, not only in a worldly way, but especially in a spiritual way. His materials were the souls of men, and, like the divinely inspired master craftsman that he Was, he set about to build mansions for his Father's house. He laid his foundations deep and strong upon the corner- stone of faith, raised them high with hope, and adorned them with loveliest charity. He was truly a builder of souls, and although his material Works and the loving prayers of grateful children shall be a fitting tribute, how much greater a memorial is found in those souls who one day shall stand with him "N11zc'-risen on the hills of PIc'1lfUe1z." ilirquvarat in Barr. .apsal-nz. - emwzpgpnmumpmgzpizgnpmgipppmgppnii-xappp l6l W A S11 ,..':5. 5532912 ,- ':i , W Pj vjyg 55.35 . WL 1, U. 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V . , - . x ll II . w J. , , . - , . I . .1 u V . gt.-MQ? ............,-... l........ flbercian A -1 T I V E I T I T .I -A T I J I I T " I- I I- I I T I' I I -f T Q! , .I T I '- " I -I I I f -' I. I I I T .I T .I .I T -I VIRGINIA BROWN JULIA DEED MARY EDWARDS I, I .I T .I T .I I I f -I T -I VIRGINIA BROWN, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. T -' . . . . . . . I I Brown comes third In the alphabetical list, but though Virginia f I starts with a V-she is not the last in the memories of her class- T -i mates. Our clever Virginia is the senior athletic star. I. -E "When there's a Frolic in the air, our Virginia will he iheref' - -1 I .I T -I JULIA DEEB, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. I. ' Our Julia has endeared herself in the hearts of all by her bright T -' and cheery ways and never exhausted supply of "pep," I I I I -I "A good friend and true, that's Julia all thru." T -1 I 5 T 1 MARY EDWARDS, DETROIT, MICH. - l .I , When Mary leaves the resounding halls of Mount Mercy, her I I cheerful good will shall long be remembered, for she's all that L 1 might be required of a real girl. I I- -I "J loving classmate, an earnest worker, no one can say she was T 1 a shirkerf' I- -1 I .I T T I T .I T .I T .I T .I T I T - I I' I I -1 I .I - ' - T I I 1- '53-3-I'3 -I-3"3 3 3-X-5"'l"3-3-3-3'3-3-I-3-I-H-1-5-3-3 "5-3-I-3"3"'3"3 113111313-3"3"h?J i12l -f f 1IIZEhe' mercianljgmmv-tts" Qc- 4 l Q l-K-K-1 K-K-K-K-K-R K K K K K K-k-l-K-R-l-k-1- -l 4 T MARY GOLDEN DOROTHY HERRMANN MILDRBD HOMRICI-I 1' ' I L L L I i MARY GOLDEN, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. f Hail to our class president! For three years she has held this ll oflice worthily and by it won for herself the title of the Seniors' f "Most Popular." i "There's not a colleen sweeter." ' i' L I DOROTHY HERRMAN N, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. Q I We have decided to label "Dot" our "Brightest Girl." She is i' indeed a worthy graduate of Mt. Mercy. A true blue girl and I the happy possessor of innumerable friends. I. "Her sweet personality, her charming smile will stay with us I' not a little while." i I L I MILDRED HOMRICH, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. ' To consider Mildred as a classmate is well enough. To con- L sider her as a friend is above all, for if you want a good true g- friend find Mildred and she will always be that. "A friend in need, is a friend indeed." L L i I I L L L L L I -'I-I" -I I IQY 'Y I" I' I"' - 'Y'I- 'I' I'3"'I"'I"I'3 I 'I"I"I"I-I 3'I -I-'I 'I'I ilu A 54"-'illiibe flbercianll I I to I 5 Cid?-, S Citi ':L'j'.'3 SCS. TT LILLIAN JAKEWAY CLARA KIRCHOFF ' MARGARET LAUNIERE LILLIAN JAKEWAY, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. Lillian, our model for naturally wavy hair, is one of these girls Who never looks on the dark side of life. You're all right, Lil- lian, we consider you above all, a worthy senior. "Of study tool' she most care and heed." CLARA KIRCHOFF, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. We are proud to acknowledge Clara as a member of the class of '26, for indeed she is worthy of that title "senior" and by that name she shall long be remembered. "A smile for all, a frozen for none, for she's always peppy and full of fun." MARGARET LAUNIERE, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. While working hard to receive the full value of shorthand and bookkeeping we found in Margaret the traits of a true business Woman. Cultivate these traits, Margaret, and Mt. Mercy will be more than proud of you. "It is best to do what you do right." Lnszsaizoz-3:.:o:2-ia. I y nraaagzurarrgnbiipizixasrisrr A ' l14l Rf f,gg..g A e 1 1iIZEhe !l5ercian115 I , i I U lx 5 Jin I1 I I FRANCES PERRIN MARCUERITE PERRIN IRENE Piucz , I . H li lU Q FRANCES PERRIN, GRAND RAPIDS, MICI-I. 1 As a small tot Frances came to Mt. Mercy and grew along with its progress and its customs. Today she is a Senior, li Il working hard that she may long be remembered at Mt. Mercy I I Academy. l l "As merry as the day is long." U . 5 MARCIUERITE PERRIN, COOPERSVILLE, RIICH. 'U Marguerite is one in whose memory her classmates will he X 11 ' insured a loving affection through all the years to come. She IE has made friends with everyone. IIT 'lf .rilenre were money 'we would have Il millionaire in our 'N nzidstf' ll IRENE PRICE, LANSING, RIICH. liq During her two years at Mt. Mercy she has won by her sterling qualities many to love and admire her. She is clever , in word, deed and action which places her on the pedestal of H "Popularity." "Those who know her bert, her praises prorlninzf' IT I U 'lf I U IU Us II1 I7 I: llfl R v mmllbe flbercian - - . . - - - - . .. . -t. -g.g. - - mpg.. -Q-g.t , K K K K K K . K K K K K-K-- K-K-K-K-K- -K K K K 4 K -, l K-l-l-K- g.--g....-,- Q... -g..g.. - .t. - - ...g. - -1- L. -t.g. K-K- 1- J NORINE ROGERS GRAND RAPIDS MICH. Norine came along as a Junior and since then We have wished that she had joined us sooner, for she has endeared herself to us all. Nonmz Rocsns Rossivmlw TAYLOR BERTHA WAGNER 7 I "In for the mischief, the fun, and the play, she will gain fame in this world some day." I ROSEMARY TAYLOR, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. If you are looking for one who is blessed with a goodly amount of fun and an equal portion of generosity and friend- ship you'll do no Wrong in choosing "Rosie" "Light hearted and gay ever was she." BERTHA WAGNER, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. A sweet little miss is she, ever enjoying herself and entertain- ing others with her fiddle. Happiness and success to our Class Musician. "Wise as an owl in her thoughts and her speech. Surely her goal in this world she will reach." ' -5- -3- - -' -3- - -y - ' - -3-3- -3-,- "-y-j-5-3-3- ' -5-5-3- i i163 'il I I - I I - I.I - 5 ii Tllcbe fD61'Ci3ll ?im:e'f I' L L L I i' T I' L L L L - I f' X L L I - I I' Ave Atque Vale f fl MARY EDWARDS Hail to the class triumphant Hall for their work well done Loudly we name you the victors Over studies long since begun! Stay, on your way victorious O er hat road with many a bend, Put trust in our Father In Heaven And b g Him HIS blessings to send Be kindly, true and courageous Toward those whom you meet on the For your deeds done here In kindness Are milestones on Heaven s highway way, Be loyal to your dear Alma Mater May her praise be e er on your tongue I' or the lessons she taught durmg school days You will use till your VL ork IS done 3:0 52aQ5l 'C-4 -Q 9 I I I l I XI I I 9 L - l I II I l I 1 I I 1I l I, . I I e ' ' . I 'I . ,- N I I . . Il I' . , . ' . Il I I 'I . , L Q . I ' I I . . 1 . l I l 1 if I II I . I l L I I L I XI ii I I I l I l - A i i i A if r i VH-' i - - Z-1 113-.3 -sal! IIII V 'Y T, -i t- -1- -Q-i t s -x-t- -1 a t -Q-Q-i-i t T f' i ' I il ' f l I . . I. T ' Senlor Class Histor ' 1 Y l DoRoTHY HERRNIAYY '26 I . . . . , f' V 3 . . i N HERE is no doubt that we Seniors all remember the day we entered dear old I 'N Mt. Mercy Academy, those four short years ago, when we, a crowd of happy f X girls called our first class meeting. VVe chose for our officers-President, Mary -Q Golden, Vice-President, Gladys Boylong Secretary, Leona Kirchoffg Treasurer, Lucille l T' 1 Kanitz. Our colors were cherry and white. VVe participated in many gay functions A lr of the academy including the annual initiation of the Freshmen. : lx We were very successful in managing'Latin, Algebra, History and other studies, T 1 ' and the passing of the year found us Sophomores with the right kind? of class spirit i ' 1 to back us. We again elected officers and this year found Helen Anderson conduct- , 4 ing the class as president. The other officers were: Vice-President, Mildred Hom- ,I- , 1 rich, Secretary, Emma Saloisg Treasurer, liiargaret Brose. We retained our motto f J a - I u ' and colors from the previous year. During the year a St. Patrick's party was held 2: ' which i ' proved to be a huge success. '- ix 1 I tl .R September of the following year brought us back as Juniors, the "jolly juniors." ' N As usual our first task was electing ofiicers. As Mary Golden qualified in her oiiice as J 0 ' 1 1 1 n a ly 1 President during the Freshmen Year with high merit, she was again elected President. I 'N The other offices were filled by: Vice-President, hlargaret Broseg Secretary, Julia A 1 l Deebg Treasurer, Mary Edwards. Blue and silver were the selected colors. il V . . . . I , R During the middle of October a very exciting basketball game was held between 1 -E the Juniors and Seniors of ,25. To our great joy we won. VVhen the sleighing was l , 1 at its height, a sleigh-ride party was given. Then the big event of the year came- , I the junior-Senior banquet which was indeed a credit to the Juniors. "The Trysting f l D Place" and "Coaina," two one-act plays, were presented, which closed the work of ,X -' our Junior year. pl : The majority of us returned to our Alma lVIater this year with that "Dignified T Senior Air." We no doubt glanced, over the heads of the Freshies as well as the ' l : Sophs and Juniors. The second week of the new school term found a notice on the lx board to this effect, Hsenior Class lN'Ieeting.'l It was a very interesting meeting at i which Mary Golden was unanimously re-elected President. The officers elected to N' help her make this a successful year were: Vice-President, Mildred Homrichg Sec- , J retary, Lillian Jakewayg Treasurer, Julia Deeb. VVe at once laid plans for the "Mer- 4 ,R cianfy The middle of January found the Seniors busy making plans for the "Senior -' Frolic " the first to be held b the u ils of 'Wt 'Were , , y D D - 1 - A y- l 3 xl There is a rumor around that the juniors have set aside a day in April for the i J annual Junior-Senior banquet, at which we are to be the guests. VVe are now anxi- 1 ,i ously anticipating all coming events, especially Class Day and Graduation. i , . I J I I i v ' I W if r i .1 ,m:n:n:1':1s2:Ss:3:s:n:-::- g .:. g g Qmppmmicarg xricszaptg i131 Class Prophecy MARY EDWARDS NIGHT supervisor has her thrills, one may be sure, and I was full weary of my hours of watchfulness when the telephone gave a very persistent ring and I hur- ried to obey its call lest it should awaken my patients. "Yes," I answered softly in the small black mouthpiece, "lVIiss Edwards speaking." It was Sister's voice. "Miss Edwards, please prepare for an accident case. You may call another nurse to help you." The 'phone clicked and all was again quiet except for the queer, constant pounding of my heart. NVith a strange feeling I went quickly to perform my duty. I 'phoned the nurses' home,and asked for Miss Billo and presently she was answering. "INIarian, this is Nlary speaking. I am expecting an accident case any minute and will need an extra nurse. VVill you come over ?" A Certainly,' she replied, 'I'll be right over " This done I set about to prepare for the operation and the patient's room. While I was doing this Mariari came in. We were speaking of our new patient-to-be, when the elevator bell rang and the door was opened and the patient was hurried into the operating room He u as a young man of about twenty-seven years, and though quite badly cut up he was in no serious condition After we had him in his room and fixed as comfortably as possible I went immediately to make out his chart and found that his name was Robert ordan Mariaii asked if his people had been notified of the accident and Sister told her that they had, and that his bride was on her way to the hospital then. After I had every- thing in order and was preparing notes for the day supervisor the telephone again rang and this time it vias Sister saying that Mrs ordan was downstairs and would like to come up if it would be all right. I told Sister it would, and soon after I heard someone asking for Mr. iordans room I looked up and to my horror found it was Bertha Wagner! VVhy-why, Bertha, what are you doing here 9" YVhy I came to see my husband, 'VIr. Jordan. How is he Mary ?" Oh he is just fine, Bert' hell be up in no time so dont you worry a bit. I showed her his room and when I was in the hall again I couldnt help but think how strange it was that our little Bert was married, and I wondered what the girls, those loyal friends of the class of 26, were doing I looked at my watch and saw it was time for the day supervisor to be on duty and for me to leave Presently some one called a cheery Good morning, Mary, 'ind I looked up to see Miss Roger s face beaming at me. ' hood morning Nlora, we had a very exciting night. There is a new patient in 36 so keep your weather eye on him, but be careful for his wife is with him now All right Mary, goodbye There was a note on my desk for me xx hen I Went home informing me of a meet lf 7 K Y V , Y ' 1 Y ' J .I ! CC If v 1 a K6 3 I Y! 9 I 1 5 ! 9 CK 'Y I Y KI 1 y A K Y Y l YU H ' !7 , . ing that afternoon. 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After the lecture we presented our compliments to her and told her how glad we were to see her. She asked for many of the girls and for any news we could offer and then she said she had been talking with Frances Perrin before her trip east and that Frances was making the novitiate at dear old Mercy. I was very, very surprised, for I never expected it of "Frankie." Lillian was going to make a tour of the slums the next day and invited us to go along also, which we gladly consented to do. We were to meet at the Welfare De- partment the next morning and go from there with the president of the association. The next morning the president was introduced to us as Mrs. N ewcombe, a wealthy woman of the upper New York society. Then she began to laugh and so did we, for we were being introduced to Margaret Launiere. Who could ever think or believe it? She had had a letter that morning from Rose Taylor, who was engaged as private secretary in the office of Detroit's most noted oil magnate and reports that she is going to marry him. The rest of the week we spent in packing andlresting, and on the following Mon- day noon our ship left "little old New York," ,bound for England. On the third day out we were told that some of the ship's talented guests were to give an entertain- ment in the ballroom. Helen and I were in a very cheerful mood anyway and we could not afford to pass by anything unheeded. About 3 o'clock that afternoon people began to stroll in in groups and take their places. The first selection was a musical number played by a well known German violinist, then followed other musi- cal selections and two dance numbers, and then several paintings and sketchings by the artist we had already heard about. The artist herself came out andldrew several humorous cartoons and a scene. Her name was Irene Price, the same Irene who once graced the halls of Mt. Mercy and who had made a name for herself by her brush. From then until the end of the journey we were her constant companions. We arrived in England one foggy afternoon and our first act was to pay our grateful respects to our beds! After a day's rest we started for Nice. The two weeks of convention went quickly and before we realized it it was time to leave for home. How sweet indeed that word sounds to weary travelers! Two nights before leaving again for England the delegates from America were invited to Grand Opera Hall to hear an old Italian opera in which a young American woman was taking a leading part. That evening the house was crowded with people 'eager to hear the young American. Her first notes were wonderfully clear and sweet and memories of past years came to merwhen a jolly young girl stood again on the stage of lN'It. Mercy and sang "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and other old Irish melodies, for ....l.....1.... ,L...,,.,,,.-..,-. snm:.Fv:::.s:s:.r4xpw:3:pn:3:b:' g gg g A g K:-1 g A g P T PP hh P' I T ,......... Gbe !IDCl'Cia I1 - . . . . - s i - . . ... - o .l 3 I I our star was my special charge, Mary Golden, the honored president of the class i I of '26. She nearly suffered the loss of her voice, however, when she saw us, but in I. I due time recovered. She took us to visit points of interest in the old city. "You see, f 3 lVIary," she said to me, "I kept my word and joined the O. M.'s club." V I T The next day we started back to England and the following noon We set out f J again for home many miles away. T , How quiet and peaceful dear Grand Rapids seemed to us Weary globe trotters E: ' after our weeks of hustle and bustle! How good to be back at work again! Since I I our departure Nora had announced her engagement to one of our M. D.'s and is go- T .E ing to enjoy cooking her favorite dish after all. .I About a week after my return I was called to answer the 'phone and the voice . . , T ' at the other end asked, "Is this Miss Edwards? ' " L -l A'Yes" I replied L I ' ' I. g "Well, Mary, are you going to be busy tonight ?,' a- j "No, I'm not, but please, who is speaking?" I "Why, I thought ou knew my voice. This is Mrs. ack McGormick." I Y f L . . , ' J "lNIrs. MCGOfH1lCk?,, I said. "You have the wrong party, Im sure, for I E ,L do not know an Mrs. McGormick." A L I Y I I "Why Mary Edwards, you do too, I used to be Clara Kirchoffln I , 1 " "Oh, mercy me! where did you come from ?" I asked, "I've not heard from you ' : in ages." , I g- il "I'm visiting my parents for a Week and I would like you to have dinner with g -Q me this evening. Will you ?" f ul I "VV'1l I7 I'll I "ll l' I .4 1 . say wi . I I :li "All right, Mary. Meet me at 4:45 in the Pantlind. How is that?" T "Just fine. I'1l be there. Good-bye." That evening I spent with Mrs. Jack I 1 McGormick of Chicago. We had such fun recalling our school days and the happy g- 1 - times spent together and only wished we had them to live over again. il ul . I '2 t Clara left for her home the following Tuesday and I Went back to my work 3 again, knowing that I would soon lose my other pal also, for Marion, I hear, is look- T I ing for a "cute little blue and white cottage in the suburbs," so I think I will cast T 'l' about and find my "Fair Harbor." 1' -I f' I !- " I ,, .. I J Z I .- I L l !. L .1 Q. I I i i T T l f ' -A-m- -5-x x-3-1-1-x- -3 5-x-x-3-1- x- 1-x w- '3 3'5-I-3-1-1-5-3 3-3 '3'3'!'i"3-3-37 I22l f is 2 e A 2 gualliibe flbercianll Class Will E, THE class of '26, of Mt. Mercy Academy of this city of Grand Rapids, in the County of Kent, and in the State of Michigan, considering the uncer- tainty of mortal life, and being sound of mind and memory, do make and de- clare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills and testaments made by us. We bequeath and dispose of the following: First, To our dear Alma Mater we leave our undying love and loyalty, also vacant rooms for the class of ,27. Second, To the faculty we give our hearty thanks and appreciation for their help and co-operation during the past four years. Third, In behalf of the next Annual we leave all our talents to the class of ,27, feeling their great need of them. Fourth, These individuals bequeath the following: I, Mary Golden, leave my fondness for cap and bells to anyone who can get as much fun out of them as I did. I, Mary Edwards, leave my sweet voice to Dorothy O'Donnell. I, Marguerite Perrin, leave my surplus height to Sophia Kowalewski so that she may make a more striking impression as an orator. I, Virginia Brown, bequeath my athletic ability to my sister, Georgia, who seems best fitted to fill the position. I, Mildred Homrich, leave my ability to capture the highest honors to Adelaide Bechtold. I, Margaret Brose, leave my sweet disposition to Laurene Walters. I, Dorothy Hermann,lleave my ability to take hero roles in plays to Marie Rau. I, Marion Billo, leave my maidenly blush to Almla Miller. I, Margaret Launiere, leave my ability to keep accurate books' to lElizabeth Frutchey. I, Clara Kirchoff, leave my Vwillowy slenderness to Geraldine Host. I, Irene Price, bequeath my ability to create fads to Peggy Perfit. I, Rose Taylor, leave my generous nature toithe one in need of it. I, Bertha Wagner, leave my talent for playing the violin to Dorothy Newitt. I, Lillian Jakeway, bequeath my abilityito understand and appreciate the poetic beauty of Virgil's Aeneid to Margaret Brown. I, Norine Rogers, do bequeath my fear of talking to ithe Sisters to Ethel Car- penter. I, Julia Deeb, leave my dignity'to Eileen Bauser. I, Frances Perrin, bequeath my boyish bob to Mary Urban. I, Helen Anderson, do bequeath the right of answeringiall questions in Religion class to Veronica Laskowska. We, the class of '26, bequeath our 'dignity and poise to the class of ,29, for they seem the most in need of it. s-x-1-5 -r x-x -1-3-x-s x x- -x-i- -1-x x-m i x-i-1-i i-i-x-x- D -m-1 R- I RR I viiD23IiD :SIRI DVDR .,q-.Q- .......-...,- -i , il 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 In witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our name, The Class of 26 We, whose names are hereunto subscribed do'hereby certifyy that the class of '26 the testator, subscribed its name to this instrument in our presence and in the pres ence of each of us, and 'declared at the same time in our presence and hearing that this instrument is its last will and testament, and We at its request sign our names hereto in its presence as attestingkvitnesses Jim N asium Mag Nlfy Cora Late V1o1et Violet, sweet and shy What do you think When you open your eye? Do you love the woodland creatures That sing the flowers to sleep? 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Salutatory Doaori-xv HERRMANN, '26 Right Reverend Fathers, Reverend Mother, Dear Sisters, Parents, Classmates and Friends: T is my privilege this evening to bid you in the name of the faculty and in the name of the class of 1926 a most hearty welcome. Right Reverend Monsignor and Fathers, we welcome you and it pleases us to have you with us tonight to share our joy and to witness these, the closing exercises of our scholastic career. What we are today we owe in a large measure to you who have so carefully guided us in the path of righteousness. Well we know, dear Fathers, that your kindly advice and guidance were instrumental in aiding us in meriting our reward this evening and we know also that true adherence to the principle you have taught will bring us eternal reward. To you, dear Sisters, whose patience we have so often tried, whose best laid plans we have often failed, yet whose untiring labors have been powerful influences on our lives, both spiritually and temporally, to you also I extend a hearty welcome. Four years ago Mount lVIercy opened its portals to receive us and during these four long years we have been constantly taught by the ever guiding hands of you, beloved Sisters. To you, dear Mothers, Fathers and Guardians, who have stood by us these many years, we extend a loving welcome. From early childhood you have encouraged us to be studious. You have aided us in all our undertakings, taught us the right from the wrong, and shielded us from all danger. In view of all this our hearts go out to you today, dear parents. ' Dear Friends, we know that during our high school career you have had our interest deep at heart. We are always glad to have our friends about us when we are happy so that they may share in our good fortune. Therefore, Friends, in the name of my classmates, I bid you a hearty welcome. Tonight we have reached that goal toward which we have been striving these four long yet seemingly short years. We must now enter upon a greater Held of life which lies stretched out before us. We go forth as members of a large family, to meet again when occasion offers, always ready to help one another and never forgetting to honor our Alma Mater. We receive our diplomas this evening not knowing what new responsibilities they lay upon our shoulders. Some duties may be crowned with joy and happiness while others may be clouded with trials and tribulations. But there is a saying to the effect that "where there's a will, there's a way." Your presence tonight and the interest you have so generously shown us, inspires us with the will to succeed and the desire to do great things in order that we may be a credit to you and to our Alma Mater. 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S ECRETARY ' A "Here's to the maid of bashful fifteen" U Though the elements rage, she is always serene II MARGARET BRQWN ..,T,T....................,,.,.....T..............,.e,........ ..................... ...T...,.,,... T R EASURER Ll U "Learning by study must be won" I NF But le11rning's not the only thing 'neath the sun. 1 Y Ll TT 32593:-znumzlxzz 1:v:S1:o:1:.x:ar:S1:-5nxrs5:.s:s:.'s:o:.5:.5:a5n1:+r.ez:. ' ii i ii i 4h -A i Jivfigliw 7: i J i N XR X. 1' . 2 A 4 X VU HQ H rw ti w . ' ADELAIDE BECu'ro1,n ANGEl,A DOYLE IRENE JORGENSON' ANNE BYRNE IZLIZAHI-:'1'H FRUTCHEY' ill fl b f ADELAIDE BI-JCHTQLD. ' f N , "Like some young ryfzress, tall and zlarl' and straight" W II llfr literary fam? is great. U Nw I1 Q 1 X i ANNEBYRNL. 4, ,X,. h ZQNLAV X "Sl11"x not ll floivzfr, xh1"x 7lQfK15l'!1?'l" Shefv just an all around noble girl. 1 1 WF ANGELA DOYLE. 'E "Quin and .vhy is xhv, N fllzrays happy as mn br." N ELIZABETH FRUTCHEY. ' "I fhattffr, rhattffr, as I go 'N T All the neuxv I do knozu. F l IRENE JORGENSON. "For knoiv, I am not of the rommon sort" ,' With dignity I myself dzfport. N F Y WN Y N L w ':v:v:-E':f-:gl Il i 3' '- W 4 ,ii Gi 4, N-, . 5' ,,,iV:l N 5 F! Q X -. i Nt c'f"-0 f ' il LI mm: na ZZ: 4:- , fam Q N F WX ,N T me anercian masses J t nfs' Mss MARY IRENE KOIASINSKI REGINA MCCARTHY PIEDVVIG REINISCH EILEEN LAWYER ALMA MILLER MARY IRENE KOLSINSKI. "An amiable girl with a deep heart" With whom 'we Seniors hate to part. EILEEN LAVVYER. "Her hair is thick with many a vurln She's just a wee hit of a girl. REGINA MQCARTHY. "H girl of ahility ana' fame' .lust a little Irish flame. ALMA MILLER. "dn earnest maiden anal clever, too" Just one of a very fezc. HEDWIG REINISCH. "Charms strike the sight, hut merit 'wins the soul" Is this a happy mai1len's goal? u:u:u:rs:.s:-s:.s:ai g A3:a5:3ps:.s:is:.m:sx:::a55'aPs:.s:.s:-:s:9a5q5'9 g Lsuj j iQdQQnm:f Wzlbe IL F w ll ,N If Pk HH W , y ULETINE RHn.l.x' KATHERINE Ssvmzk LAURENE XVALTERS ' I.Ucu,1,E SCHAEFER ClER'I'RliDE STREAMERS I U I. H F LJLETINE REILLY. Fi "5-I rlaniring 3'hflf7l',.!1Ilt1 image gay" ,' I et quite substantial in hvr way. E 1 I,lfClLI,E SCHAEFER. N F "To bf' efficient in a quiet way" 'E That is hw' enrl throughout the day. N I1 i KATHERINE SNYDER. 5 "High flight she had and wit at will" 1 I2 Fai: f?H:m:dQwiHw1riQmQF1:,.5mQQ: xt. U ,WU A l, Q' -1 hl P W F Z 75 - 7: '-E hu T11 PC In Z C 1U P1 : 'U m fu .2 .M . tl: Egg? S54 3' is -1 ii 5 R ' SQ P1 P- 5 '3 NU wx w ER f IU -,Q U3 3.2 S E' W Sf' 23 m 3 :NE RSP.. Z 'S El- Er- Sn 3 U 'ug 2.1 'Q +1 :Z sw k I1 Q? as 2 'IW A-T. ,E 2-2 EE SH 31 gil E wU if XS 5 'wh 'Z' 35 .' EU ,QW wa Q tU Nl fx- 5 +11 ES ' ' T 2 : +All? - l. N JU ,lxq xg ll I1 ,fn hU in uU :Il hD fn :martin :msn "J in IMI 4 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 'i 1 1 11 .1 1 W 1 J X1 115 l ' 1 1 1 V.. 1 I ul 1 :J 1, .l 1 1 .! 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 Class Oflicers President ..,,.,............. ............ D oRoTHY FWHEATON Vice-President ............ .................,,.. M ARGARET LEWIS Secretary ......,,,,.,.. .............. D OROTHY BOLTHOUSE Treasurer.. ........... MARGARET BROYVN 1 COLORS: Orchid and Peqrl Gray FLOWER: Sweet Peas V MOTTO: The Hope ofthe Harvest Is'in the Seed 1 1 1 1 1 OPHFFQPFP - 'Fi i321 2-,Q?mI1'CEbe flbercianlle e e . Q 1 '11 11 h I s 'r r 2 2 ci' 2 Ctllilibe flberclan .l J .l .l 1 . , ul Hlstory of the Class of 2 7 -E Characters ......,.. ........,............ V arious Lassies 1 Time ,..4.....,......,, ..v...... .... ......... S e p tember 1923-IQ24 l Place .,..,..,,....,............................,.......,,..,.,...,...,......................................,..................,.....,.........,,,,,,.,, Mt. Mercy Academy J The characters appeared wearing scared 'expressions of greenish hue. Feeble K screams of protest were heard at the Initiation, but deep-drawn sighs of relief fol- lowed. The characters soon became accustomed to surroundings and had three wienie roasts, a sleigh ride, a February party and a spring pic11ic. Even freshmen-contrary i to the general belieffhave good times. .! I Act 2 uf Characters ....,..., .............,.., .......,.,..,,,.,.,... P i oneers of ,24 and Clthc-rs Time ..,............... .....,... S eptember, 1924, to june, 1925 Place .....,......................,,..............,.....,............,,.,......,..,................,.,....,.,,,........,.....,..,...,.........,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, The Samem I . " The green masks have bCCll replaced by others of more importance and much I more intelligence. The sophomores distinguished themselves for their social activites, it the two outstanding events being the Autumn hike and the January sleighride. "joan's Predicamentf' a'one-act play written by the class, was presented the fiirst 1 part of the year, after which this enterprising class served a tea for the benefit of 1 the Annual. Then rehearsals were again in order and 'on St. Patrick's day the ' Sophomores presented "Patsy." In june their tea honoring the Seniors was a great 1 success. l Act 3 .! . Characters .......... ...,. ..,........,... ...,... . , T he Same Minus Three . Time .............. ......... .................. ...................,.............,...... 1 9 2 5-1026 Place .....,......................,......................,...........................,,..................,.,..................,,,,, ,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,.r.,,,,, T he Same I 1 The Juniors returned to school enthused withfthe idea of editi11g a class paper. .l Staffs were elected and from the11 on throu h Mt. Merc 's corridors could be heard g Y -g -"Good joke for our paper," "Write that'on your cuff" and "Will you count the j words in this article for me, s'il vous plait?" In October the first edition of the "Hilltop News" was distributed and fit certai11ly lived up to the expectations of the ., students. The Juniors sustained their social reputation of the year before and the I class enjoyed themselves at several theater parties. 5 I . . . . . . 1 Of course the outstanding chapter of any Jun1or's life IS the Junior-Senior banquet. After weeks ot preparation, ghe invitations were issued and on April 29 the Juniors -Q feted their beloved Twelfth Graders. The eleventh grade took charge of the Novelty Booth for the small festival that is held on everyljune 2, for the Mission Fund. S311 May 27 the Juniors presented a three-act play, "The Chaperone," again dis- playing much amateur talent among'the class members. Next year the curtain will drop on the close of our high school career. lllay the sentiments of our dear Alma lVIater the11 'be-"I would applaud thee to the very echo that should applaud again." A Act 4 ? ? l . 1 Curtain. Adelaide Bechtold, "27.' i333 1' he Class of 27 - i i i -i s-i s a-Q -i Q x Q x i Q Q i Q i Q J I I I I I I I I I r ' 3 J EVELYN DESI-IONE, '27. .I j J- f ' ' I , I U- f 1 N- f A ' - J 9 I I- f ' ' ' I b 3 ,I l Oi f as H u is I I R- f ' I , I S' 9 9 I ' l' . .I -I .I I I . . I I I I .I I I I .I I .I n J ul ul 0 ul 1 I I I I I I .I I I I I I I I Stands Stands see Stands nore Stands ore Stands stand, Stands Ol' OI' 01' OI' Ol' OI' command Stands for That go to Jolly Juniors are we uppermost classmen you nonsense We all do lg xdleness We think IS a one, and as one we rlghtfulness at every seven great letters fine make up the Junior me Keep on Sm1l1ng RUTH LAUNIERE, 29. Sweet and pure as a baby's breath, Dark and lonely as at death, Sometimes filled with much remorse Is life in its winding course. But care not how high your troubles are piling Youll somehow grasp happiness if you keep smiling. l34l UPHONOR Yi?-wi. .B 49 X? K Nc' A Q ff KM A f ni Q Sky ' " K2-fy ' .W ' Ag lime leqy inch- 1.53 K Q F1 L-A -4-.-...U-41-is-1 C ra FMT'--"'IIUbe flDercian1l2Q:1.glQig1.,fL.QQ.g:fQfSgL:agQt3:f,f.:f gxcxuccccxi 1i N! U W Vrii W 1 I 1 w w Xu I ,,,.,,. - H 1' . 4 , Prrfmlent ....,.,.............. ,A... ...,A,.w L UCILLE Bkosls E l"if'e-Presidmt .....,... ..4,..A...... MARIE VVRIGHT W Serrftary .w..........,,.. .............. E ILLEEN BAUSER W I V r I rmsurer .... ,..,., ..,..,. R 0 SALINE PHENEY , GEORGIA Bkowx 1 I , H , 4 A 4LCILLE ENDERSHOT 1 flERTRljDE HEUSS W wg CZERALDINE HOST 1 ', W HELEN .IACKOROICE vs X +L ir 4' U s 5 ww U + U XE 0 D fu .U on U Acspuarsmxrzmzsnwsazpruaiz.myinmmmmpmripmpmmmmrlpmmxrxi ESE! EZ i363 an . uv A R A A A A EERE Af R Wmbe flbercianll'-3 E In-:xf:z:iQx'bsEQ1E1E5scx-:ii:L:xe3scxrx7.Qf.g:f:?'YfQxEgn1:1cx'ix:s :1s:x:1r:1 W W f ,Q W IW -3 W Q, A QP WNW Ll W 0 I , W Q Ogg X.v , WW ,W Wm W W W W, W W W W L W W W W WIT RVTH .IACKORQWCE MH Som-HA KowAI,EwsKI W MARGARET NEWITT W THEQDURA PLATTE W MARIE RAU W HENRIETTA REINISCH W Q 8 EILEEN Tonm W V W My MARY LQRBAN W K1 CHARLOTTE VVEAVER WW L W WK , W W W NW W W W 5 Q," W 1 W ' i i i i ' WW ' f37YjV ' ' ilillbe flbercian Q 'e i 'ref or o or i i ' , L f' f Sophomore Class Hlstory 5 f N SEPTEMBER, I924,E2 group of girls marched into Mt. Mercy Academy as Freshmen. At first they were frightened at such a large number of girls, but after i classes were organized they set about to become acquainted with their fellow classmen. j' 1' About two weeks later the Freshmen were initiated into the Saint Thomas Literary a- Society. And such an initiation! :But most of them managed to live through it. After it was over the whole high school enjoyed a picnic in the woods. As soon as the Freshmen learned fabout positives and negatives and that X times ,, Y equals XY an algebra contest was held. The losing side was to give a Hallowe'en a- party for the winning side. The!party was given a few days after Halloween and such i fun! Games of all sorts were played and a pleasant luncheon followed. : The officers of the class were: President, Margaret Newittg Vice-President, , Georgia Brown, Secretary, Marie Wright, Treasurer, Rosaline Pheney. Their g- motto was, "No prize without a struggleng their colors, American Beauty and fsilverg T their, flower, tea rose. ,i. In September, 1925, the same group of girls entered the Academy not as Fresh- ii men, but as Sophomores. How happy they were to be back on the Mount again, i but more happy to see the same familiar faces. The class officers are: President, ' Lucille Brose, Vice-President, Marie Wrightg Secretary, Eileen Bauserg Treasurer, 1- Rosaline Pheney. Their motto is: "We can because welthink we can"g their colors, l orchid and peachy their Hower, violet. V a. One of the first things they did! of interest was to present the Sophomore play, I "Leave It to Polly." It proved a great success and a tidy sum was raised for the Annual. At one of the literary society meetings the Sophomores presented a debate: f' "Resolved, That Mount Mercy should have a broader curriculum and a longer school 6. day." Although the sides both had good points, the judges chose in favor of the nega- f tive side. f . . . . I On April 21 they gavei the Senior class a party in the Recreation hall. Bunco was played and prizes awarded. After that luncheon was served. On the whole the party was a delightful and jolly affair. f 7' This year has proven so successful and happy that we hope we will all return g- next year to continue our progress. f Lucille Brose, '28. , I i f 7' !- !- I T I i Q -3-y -. - -y r g A -3 -5 ' Y -3 3-5 ' Y PT ISSPJT P 'Y ,-u- XX XX . X V f Za 6 wid- -4. Q:a:+.p-A4QA+ e- a+iK Che flbercian lp.- f W MW 7 f A ix 4 -..-4...............-4-4.4.--.....-....4.-.+4-4...-.......4.....4...a.....-....,....1.-JL..Ii1...-.-......... i391 1 ' , V j X ff, ' v I ff 5 W P ? KAI E D fx Alf 3. f. A , 0 ,J Aw A J , V' ' 4 me . ,A F3 V . n 1 po. ' 3 l l l TQ , ' I ' , , . I 4 4 4 4 i W U il - P I A 2 ' I i E, A A it . L : . Ll . L 1 , A L ty Ln I t I , I 1, I " F x Y I , 1 -3 i sk- -QQ: Kg-QQQQQ-Km Q Q-q,.g-Q-Q-g.g.Q,g,g-, g.l.g.g.t-t.g-1-Q-L-l-L-t- !pl-Q-Q-t-1-l-!n9-l-l-K-K-l-K- - l-K-l-K- -K-K-I Freshman Cla ETHEL QARPENTER MARGARFT HALL FLORENCE HOGAN FRANCES JACKOBOICE l x I 1 YY KARASIEWICZ MARY Ix1:NNEoY IRrNr Ix RCHOFF BEATRICE KIRKWOOD ELEANOR KLUCZEWSKI DOROTHY NEWITT Preszdent ss Roll RUTH LAUNIERE VEROWICA LASKOWSKA HELENE MCCAR1 HY ELEAROR MCCAULEY MARGLERITE MISNER DOROTHY O DONNELL VIVIAN OMILIAN PEGGY PERFITT ESTHER SIMON MARGUERITE SPETOSKFY Freshman Class Hlstory Nl SEPTEMBER 8 1925, there entered the halls of Mount Mercy a group of new students who were destined to win, in one short year, a place in Mount Mercys hall of fame. This was the class of 29. Even our greenness was of a slightly fainter tinge than is the verdant hue of most Freshman classes, and in a few weeks we had assumed the air of veterans. At a momentous class meeting we elected the following officers: President, Dorothy Newittg Vice-President, Eleanor McCau- leyg Secretary, Marguerite Misnerg Treasurer, Esther Simon. We passed through the trying ordeal of the initiation with flying colors and were duly received as full-fledged Mt. lNIercy girls. ' Our first social venture took place in October. A spelling contest had been held and the losing side was to give the winning side a Hallowe'en party. The event proved to be a great success. After a hilarious evening of Hallowe'en games, bob- bing for apples and dancing, the guests unanimously voted their classmates royal hostesses. VVishing to do our bit toward making "The lVIercian" for 1926 a success, we gave a candy sale, the proceeds of which were given to the Seniors. In addition to this we gave a full page advertisement for the Annual with our compliments. As the Annual goes to press plans are under way for a final party to be given by the class of '29 and when we part for summer vacation it will be with great hopes and plans for a still more successful Sophomore year. -N-3-3-x-3-x-3-E-5-3 -3-5-3-,Q-3-3-3-5-3-3-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-N-3-5-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-5-3-jul -3-3-3-3- -5- up -q-3-5-3-3aya,-a,-3-3-3- -q-j- - -y-y-q- -3 "' -1-5"i-3-3 --3-3-5-3-3 -q-3-y-3-j-j- 13-1 -313131 2' F 'FFT Ttlioig' E: Y :Ti ii F F A N If f l Q-Q-1-Q-Q c a n s t- c a n -Q - - -Q-Q j .I I l l ' f , . . I , Our Frlends Below High School T 7 1' I . . I 1 UR Annual would not be complete without a word about our young friends who I -1 . . . I are getting ready for high school. VVe hope we have been as good friends to them L -I as they have been little friends to us. In every inter-mural activity in which we : i needed support and co-operation the three departments below high school have been ' .I right behind us helping to win the goal. A I. I In December the grammar grades presented an operetta, "The Snow Queen," i -E that was one of the most successful theatrical features of the year. We have just I- J one rievance a ainst these people-we are afraidthat they warble more sweetly I- J g g than we do. . ,I The intermediate department seems to possess a concentrated brand of pep and i. -2 enthusiasm. From the number of contributions these young folks send in to the f E "Hilltop" sanctum, they are wide awake and doing every moment. i I . . . . I I We might dispense with any other department 1n the school, but the loss of the f . minims would leave us inconsolable. Their class room, dormitory and sand pile are ii: il are happiest places one could imagine. I J -I Gladly have we dedicated this section of the "Mercian" to our friends who are E 1 . . . ,. g getting ready to H11 our places in the academic department. May they carry on the L i traditions, the spirit and the ideals of M. M. A. I. l l , .I .- .! M. L .! ' I- .! - L 3 I I 1 l f ul 3 Our Lady i .! , !- J RUTH Cooo1Ns, 29. I T ' O dearest Mother, make us a type 1 Of that pure heart you call your own, E -I Wherein, if all be pure and bright, 4- I Our Lord delights to dwell alone. f ' f 9 1 I 1 ,- I I T if J 35 T -3-3-3 i -1-3--3 F i i Y 7 f V f ' g - 'V FJ'-Je E421 lm -1.-,-1.-1 -X H.-,-X- aaeaiaazaaaaesililbe flberciatllj-'Zif4a14?i I'slRS'l' .xxlm SECOND GRAUHS rn, Slavlerwu Ama li1r:u'r1l Gkmmlas ...-4.-4.4.-.-4...-.-...1..4-.n-4.-1.-..-4-IL-4.-U-4-.-..-.-4-.n-a-.-ap-Ju-4-4 Rn, FOUR'l'li AND FII-"I'II Gkmmla 11 il II 31 .I il Ll ll -Pl LI Ll '44 '-4' I-UA 3.J'f-6-:AA LJ ' L.. '-La T.-A A '.4a'.4.'-41144 LU' T-3 'Y-If-.4' '-QZ2oSIo'f-4' '-3 ',-1 ' '-Qalliill-0' B-J' 'wr-4'-243-44' Lili-J' if-I' Zigi?-rm .-..-. J il A l 431 "-L'-""'TiI'CEbe flbetcian so so o ' A f so as e A "The Banquetn THE AENEID I MARGARET LEw1s, ,27 i 1 The Queen of Tyre a banquet gave .E In honor of the Trojan brave. 1 She occupied the central place 1 On golden couch with lovely grace. I They entered in the festive hall 1 Aeneas and the Trojans all. .Q The Tyrians also entered in 3 To join the merry throng within. Attendants numerous were there i To serve the guests the bounteous fare. ug ind fifty maids oficomeily giace 1 o tapers ig t an oo' rep ace. Q The costly gifts Aeneas bore I To Dido from his priceless store -1 Were marvelled at by all those there ul Because they were so rich and rare. .Q And when they all had had their fill T They wreath'd the wine with right good will. I Then silence reigned throughout the hall 4 When Dido turned and said to all, E HO Jupiter, grant that this day, T May in your annals live always. 1 May Bacchus lend us pleasure sweet 1 And Juno keep us from defeat." -E Unto her lips she pressed the cup " And gave to Bitias to sup, 1 Then came the other lords in line -g And quaffed each one his share of wine. I The famous bard from ancient Tyre .E Provided music from his lyre. 1 Of earth's creation great he sang ,L Until the hall with music rang. -g Then Dido to Aeneas said, 1 "Pray tell me Where your Wand'rings lead, .2 Of all your needs and sufferings dire 1 To reach the land of your desire." .! f .! Lx-m-m- -x-3-3-3-3-m-x-s-x-x-m-3-m-3-x-3- -3-3-3-3-3 Hr-3-3-3-3-3-3 -3-m-x-3-3-3-x-x-I 4. llcbe fI5etcianll:1:Q:n::n-l General George Washington MARGARET BROWN, '27 As leisurely I took my way, R One morn in Washington, I came upon a statue bold, Reflecting earth and sun. 1 How well I knew the care-worn face, So kindly, yet so gravel ' For it was General Washington's The hero great and brave. I wonder just what I'd have done Were I this honored man. And had to do his mighty tasks, And all his bridges span. I'd work with all my heart 'tis true, And yet, I could not be As great as General Washingtozi, "The Father of his country." Washington's Courage Washington RUTH Cocoms, '29 MARGARET Lewis, '27 lt took courage for him to decide, Unfurl on high, O Union Flag, In the bright morning of his youthg And breezes 'round thee play That the straight white path of honor, To honor one whose fame is great Was the only one of truth. On this, his natal day. It took courage for him to continue, Brave leader he, in time of strife, When the world was full of wrath, Who fiercely fought and humbly prayed It took courage, when he had decided, That we might build a nation great To keep in the straight right path. On the foundation that he made. w -n-x-i-x-i- - -s-x-m-m-w-i- - -'a-i-x-i-x-i- - -3-s-i-i-w-s-fs-s-i-x-i-s-x- -A 1 i f45l """"'h-rilfibe flbercian 'e s o at t HELEN Ax DERSONT 26 E really must study Dickens himself to understand and fully appreciate hls works Hls childhood was filled with trials and hardshlps and his education w as sadly neglected but he was brought up III close contact wlth life a llfe that was full of sufferlng and despair that makes men slnk deep ln the mire, probably never to rlse agaln because the world falls to see any reason to help them Thls type of llfe he studled and understood and you will find h1s books full of plty for unfortunates You wlll find h1s knowledge IS of life not of books As one gentleman Sald, There IS no evldence in Dlckens works that he ever read a book Besldes knowing life he could sympathme with the world and admit that while lt had Its bad points lt had its good ones, too He wins ones love and admxratlon by flfldlllg good everywhere That perhaps accounts for tne almost Immediate success his works brought hun For there 19 nothing this world likes b tter than to have someone appreclate its good polnts and make allowances for its bad ones He w rote many novels taklng in a wlde range of subjects He also attempted verse, but h1s poems met wlth llttle success The characters of hls novels are all VlVldlX descrlbed and his chlld characters are beautifully even tenderly presented Dlckens hlmself expresses a favorite ln David Copperfield Of all my books I like Davld Copperfield best lt will easlly be belxeved that I am a fond parent to every child of my fancy But like many fond parents I have Ill my heart a favorlte child h1s name 19 DaVld Copperfield says Dickens ln England ln Dickens tune chlldren of the slums were havlng a hard struggle They were oppressed on every side Most of them recelved no educatlon at all because as soon as they w ere old enough they were sent to work They hved 1n squalld ugly tenement houses or ran he streets llylng bv chance and sleeping ln some alley In the workhouses they met only with brutallty and did not even get enough to eat It lS said we form our characters when we are young, so could these children be blamed for a character formed ln such COI1dltl0IlSp True there were socxetles to relleve these condmons Some of these socletles only used the name to graft people out of money, whxle others met wlth no co operatlon from the publlc and made llttle progress They needed some way to brmg the suffer mg and neglect of the chlldren more VlVldly before the people s eyes Dlckens was born ln the slums he lived this klnd of life saw lt around hlm every day, and best of all he understood xt When he learned that he could write, he spent h1s tame wrxtlng novels of life He made the publlc lxve the llfe of the slums gave them the two sides to the story He tries 1n his books to make us understand that chlldren are not altogether to blame for domg wrong when they have been surrounded wlth misery and crlme and with no knowledge of God ever smce their lxves began v 3 y Y N . . . y . 7 . . y . . N . ,, . . . . , ,, . Q , . . . . .7 . . . Q . J u ' ' - - an ' 19 cc , . ' . . . ,, . 7 .7 X D ' . . , . . . 1 y ' ' + . Y. I . . k L , 7 , ' I . . . . , S . . . . y . . ' ! -4. , 5- .5 D 5:.5:.:.3:5:a3m::. r -1 --s-s-x- -x-1-x-x x U61 T . The Chlldren ofD1ckens His child characters are his most beautiful creations. He created so many it is hard to do them justice. To me, Little Nell is the most beautiful and lovable child in fiction. Her life was full of misery with little joy to lighten her burdens. Even at the beginning of the story Nell seems to have had no real childhood. She lives her life, young as she was as a woman, a good, brave woman. She bore all her trials patiently and just when she was to know the better side of life God called her to him, a greater and nobler reward for her sufferings. In David Copperfield we come closer to Dickens than in any other character. David's childhood is filled with incidents that happened in Dickens' own life. He is truly a boy, delighting in boyish tricks and accepts his trials as only a boy would. David had a hard time in the beginning, but ,he was very ambitious and his sterling qualities linked with endurance helped him to Win out. Oliver Twist is a favorite of mine. He is delightfully presented and seems filled, as we say nowadays, with "pep." In the story Dickens seems to want to show the miseries of a pauper's life and the temptation he is subject to and how just a glimpse of the right kind of life and a little encouragement helps. Oliver may have been a child of environment and have obtained his shrewdness from his crook associates for he surely was clever in outwitting them. But for all his trials Oliver came out on top. Little Dorrit, too, is a beautiful character who, when wealth came to her family, who had lived in prison, alone remained humble and lovable while her parents became haughty and hateful. Dickens seems to use a most persuasive style to bring forth little Dorrit's many beautiful qualities. These are just a few of Dickens' lovable child characters. To me they seem to represent his others. His poor children have hard times in their lives, but they triumph. Dickens is like a good father to his little folksg he emphasizes the goodness and beauty of their characters rather than their bad traits because he knows them and understands them. Many critics say that Dickens' children are overdrawn and stilted. They are in many ways exaggerated, but I think he did this only to have the people realize their situation more vividly. You forget that they are overdrawn when you are reading about them. When you finish you feel you have made a new friend. Surely then they are not too stilted, for no one likes stilted friends. Dickens is like a great missionary. Perhaps a suitable name would be the mis- sionary of children. Like all missionaries he has wonderful stories to tell us from his field of workg he makes you live their triumphs and defeats, makes you understand and love them better for a glance into their souls. In a subtle way he appeals to you to help them. How much good his works must have done and are still' doing! For even now you find yourself wiping away a tear over some sadness the hero or heroine has met with. When you finish you look aroundto see if there are any such characters in life that need your help, and if you find them and help them I don't think Dickens' mission has been in vain. E473 e:te:t:x:x'ii:xYe:.re:1.vQ.ii A ' 's A i egtiiliibe fDercian1l+"":" Our Lady of Mercy GEORGIA BROWN 28 High on the topiof a towering hill Our Lady of lVIercy stands alone' She rules oer each little ramble and rill And wafts many blessings from her throne. Each little brook throughout the day Trickles its prayer to our Heavenly Queeng Every ramdrop upon its Way To make each blade of grass grow green Sends the Lady of Mercy its love. The tallest of the hemlock trees Stirs its leaves in lovely song' : This carol is carried by the breeze -1 And beseeches her who from heaven's throng -1 Sends down blessings from above. Like the chanting brook, Oh Mother, We sing our love to theeg And may many another J J -1 Have love like ours for thee. 4 V Like the trickling raindrop, We pray to thee, our queen, Pray that all who love thee, -I May at Mercy's shrine be seen. .I .! .I .I .I I .! .I .I .I .! .I .! .I .I macmlllbe !I3ercian11f e ' e - ... - - - - K U . . I .I .! I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I .I - , 1 l .L 1 I .I ' , y S .I I ' , 1 . . .I . .I 1 , I A ug . . l 9 I I I I .I I I I I I I i481 'HCM' THE PATH THAT I.F.-KDS T0 THIS MOI'N'l f 49 I y-, N w -Q-K-Q i K-9- 9-1. 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W 1 i i - t- t- -Q - t-i t -t t t t..t melfclanll I L L r I ' I' lead her procession, bringing into play her beauties of nature in both land and water, 1- for on the lake will float a similar procession, a single file of decorated ships, all lending i' to the attractiveness of the occasion. S. At the close of this noted procession a benediction will be given and an indulgence E I offered. In the hearts of all to whom this great event has proven a means of grace there i- will be gladness. I Then the people will once more kneel for the Papal Blessing of the Holy Father, and I' I I who can say but that as the vast crowd receives the grace of God so one day not far hence a greater throng will bow down before the real presence of God and rejoice i- in their faith in Him? i' I L L L L L L L I I I I , I Holv Ground L ' I GEORGIA BROWN, '28 I I Bethlehem, Oh Bethlehem, L- Whose twinkling stars foretold T The coming of the King of Bien, i' The Shepherd of the foldg i' Thou couldst have ben more willing then To shelter Him from cold. T Oh, Nazareth, so small and still, A g His home throughout His hidden lifeg ' i' Hid in the bosom of the hill, T A village free from war and strifeg Q: With happy tears thine eyes must fill, L. Because thou borest the Mother of Christ. I I Oh, Palestine, thou mighty land, f The mother of Galileeg fn I T Whose skies have held the angel band That told of the Holy Three, ,. Tell all the nations of His Hand 1- That guided Bethlehem and thee. P L L L L L I T u-,nqunx-yu-3-nj-u 1-31315-ynnyzy-xxx-xzxzy-1-my-qxyzy-ljunyzxxx-:yay-3-ny-351,-nymy-qmjzx-qzy-qu,-qxj l51l ' ,322 V two--Uilbe flbercian 3-an e t ee' Ti Free Da s MAARGARET PERRIN, '26 HERE is indeed a lot of meaning in the two words that mean so much to one who goes to school and has pages and pages of lessons staring at one every time one opens one's desk or even thinks of tomorrow. Maybe you think there is an excep- tion, but there are very few. Even Friday is not always a relief as your teacher will give you just oodles oflwork to do and say, "you have all day Saturday and Sunday to get it," and then Saturday brings Sunday and Sunday brings "Blue Monday" with no lessons. It is a great consolation to look ahead and think of all the vacation that may be after six more weeks of patient waiting will comeg but there is nothing to think of during those whole six weeks but lessons everywhere. You are busily trying to translate about twenty-five lines of Virgil, when all of a sudden you recall that there is to be an annual festival in about one more week which will start in the afternoon and last the rest of the day. Your first thought is a free day. Then you happen to think that maybe it doesn't come on a school day. But surely they wouldn't have one on a Saturday or Sunday so it certainly must be on a school day. You gently approach Sister and inquire about the exact date. Three cheers! It comes on a Thursday. You hurry to your seat and Virgil translations seem so much easier and all the while you are thinking of the free day. The days pass and the memorable day approaches. The day before the festival Sister assigns your lessons for Thursday! You look at her and hurriedly remind her that we have a free day tomorrow. She replies, "Not that I know anything aboutf' VVhat a disheartening prospect! You recollect yourself and think "welll have half day free anyway and that's better than none." Things pass smoothly the rest of the day and no more is said so you take it for granted it is true. The day is here and you prepare only your lessons for the morning. Finally when school starts, Sister walks in. Silence fills the study hall as she announces, l'There will be school all day todayf, Everyone sighs and papers fly in all directions, each student busily trying to prepare her afternoon studies. The day is over and as you sit down to prepare your lessons for tomorrow you sigh and think of your Thanksgiving vacation, but with no plans for an extra free day Kill LEZ'QQ31 QLU253XD 3 3-3 3 3 'A ' e A amnesia .aasiaaiiiihe mercian 'J-P':"' Diary of a Ring SOPHIA KowALEwsK1, '28 WAS a very pretty ring, long long ago. Now after over two hundred years I have lost all of my beauty, but the longer I live the more the people seem to as through a dream I recall that I was set in a large place with many other pretty rings. It really made me feel proud indeed to see my friends envy me, for every lady or gentleman who came to look for rings, was always' greeted by me. Sometimes I could feel myself slipping on a delicate, slender finger, but with difficulty always coming off, and being put in the same beautiful case and back amongst my friends. I never was allowed to spend the week-end in the window. These were to me the saddest moments, when I saw my neighbors and friends go away in new surroundings. I wondered and wondered many a time why someone didn't take me away from this dull place. Then one day I found the secret. A handsome young man came up to the clerk and asked for the smallest and most beautiful ring. I looked around at my friends, trying to imagine who would be lucky enough to go with this gentleman. "This is the most beautiful ring I have. It was made for a Bergundian princess, but was too small. Tradition says that the Bergundian princess asked to have this ring sold just the way it was made, and she strictly forbade its enlargement. This ring, my friend, was here for a long time. Almost everyone wanted it, but it was too small and we would never have it enlarged. Once it was nearly stolen, but due to the wish of the princess the ring was saved." "Very wellg it is just right for my fiancee's finger, and I would like to have i at once." Now I knew the reason why I never was given the privilege of a week-end in the window. In an instant I heard the door of my home close with a click, and then came darkness. The door was opened that evening, and to my greatest amazement I found myself in a large, magnificent drawing room. After looking around admiringly a most pleas- ing sight greeted my eyes. For a young lady of about twenty summers was looking at me and though it may seem vain of me, nevertheless I can truthfully say that she admired me as much as I admired her. A few moments later I was on her finger. I is so long ago that I cannot say exactly how I felt. But from that night on I began writing my diary. Here are some parts of it: June IO, 1756-I was given a friend today, a plain gold band. I am so excited today, dear Diary, that I cannot tell you all about the ceremony. Nevertheless, I will never forget this day, so I will not take the trouble to write. treasure me. How I happened to come on this earth I do not remember plainly. Only if I T-3i:6:Q Z , I e nel I , , 3-l-C-hw I1 , I .. -x t. t - - -t a x - g. .L , f -I January 12, 1761-Dear Diary! It is so long since I have written in you, but you 1' I must excuse my absence for I was so far away and so busy seeing the whole world. : I VVhy, dear diary, I was in Egypt, the Asiatic continent and goodness, all over. But i Lf I must tell you something today. A tiny, tiny creature looked at me, and really touched , ,I me with its tiny little fingers. f I August I6, 1898-Oh, oh, dear Diary, can you ever forgive me? Can you remem- i- ber since I spoke to you last? I cannot. I am so old and worn out that I cannot f L remember all that happened during the last one hundred and thirty years and it seems L. 1 a surprise to see you, dear. In fact, I thought I would never see you again. My pres- f 1 ent mistress was cleaning her most treasured belongings today and she kissed you and Q! me, dear Diary, and now she is crying. We will live together now, and let's pray that we will never part again. 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L '-w., :, g-sfo: gi - :r ' xii 597724 w - 5f7'5'Sf-5.3 2,2 5"x.. 7903 ,Egg f 313-3 wg. is -3 G -ig' np -3-3 U3-1 -3- 9- Ix x.. I fn Yfii "Lx TN i 1-x- -3 lx ".. IN - I-xx -5- lv m...l 4 l M63 If IT a-Mai so .aaaafaaagt-aaaaezQ.aa.a,a..,m 'Wbe flbercian QML'--""' passage in the Bible where Christ tells His apostles to leave all things and follow Him. The Franciscans order was thus formed. The order was recognized by Pope Innocent III, who gave a verbal sanction to the rule submitted by St. Francis and granted the saint and his companions permission to preach everywhere. The first Franciscan convent was formed by the erection of a few small huts or cells of straw and mud enclosed by a hedge. From this settlement the Franciscans went forth, two by two, exhorting the people. St. Francis traveled many seas and countries, teaching and preaching until his death. On the eve of his death the saint, in imitation of his Divine Master, had bread brought to him and broken. He distributed it among his fellowmen with the words: "I have done my party may Christ teach you to do yours." In this world today covetousness is omnipresent and its influence is supplying unworthy motives for the people. What stands out in St. Francis' life is that he was contented with what he shared in general with his fellow mortals. The treasures which are priceless precisely because they cost nothing, were the things he held dear. The pres- ent age has rendered money necssary for the enjoyment of life-this has always been more or less true, but it has made money a necessity, if, life is to be endured. St. Francis took out the sting of poverty and the ugliness it brings. He taught men how in the midst of poverty they might be rich, rich in the spiritual life, for was he not following in Christ's footsteps? "To him," said Misciatellu "the meanest of living creatures taught their lesson of humility, His heart leapt up when he looked at a flame. Spring water freshened him with its beauty. The sun was the eye of God. Every living thing for the 'Saint of Assisi' is a prodigy, a symbol, a masterpiece." He kept the spirit of love alive in an age of injustice and violence. His belief was that the great should mingle with the lowly, the wise with the simple, that a bond of love should bring far neighbors close together. Therefore, what was the secret of this poor little rich man? It was to love, serve and obey God according to the text, "Leave all things and follow me." A A3 A Wish IRENE PRICE, '26. l T oh, neecy, Huey, mae cloud, Gliding o'er the highest tree, Would that I could be like you, So pure and white and free. fqii V A V i Y A . E571 K 1 K-K-l ----- t-t-x-t-Q-Q-1-Q-1-t-Q-t-t t-t-t-t-Q-t-t-1 Another Year DOROTHY WHEATON, '27 Another year has rolled around The Big Book's pages all are clean, But I wonder just what would be found If a year they should be seen. So let us live this coming year, Trying to keep those pages bright, S0 that we need never fear If they chance are brought tolight. Past and Present LAURENE WALTERS, '27 Still sits the Academy on the hill, With Sisters busy teaching, And round it still the tall trees grow, Their 'silent watches keeping. Within the schoolhouse door we go To view the much changed place, And yet our hearts within us glow As familiar scenes we trace. Since out of school our rougher paths Our youthful feet must wander, And we have learned to know how few Will o'er our welfare ponder. Like those who taught us day by day Q In heavenly aid confiding, With patient care and friendship true, Our childish footsteps guiding. A Pleasant Look MARGUERITE MISNER, '29 To be patient is not always easy, To be cheerful is much harder still, But at least we can always be pleasant If we make up our minds that we will. And it pays at all times to be kindly, Although you do feel worried and blue. If you smile at the World and look cheerful, The world will soon smile back at you. x x-x-x-1-x-i-i-x-x-m- -1-Q-3-x-i-5-x-x-fm-s-x-i-5-x-x-3 -1-x-x-x-x-5 -5-i-x-3-i-3-x-1 rfsi .M i LA, f Elin: f'25'Bc:r GLIMPSES OF REAL LIFE E791 QQQL-lun K-1 -in -ini-in QQQQQ 1 -K Kni- lg ln-'Q-LQQQ 1 g..t.g.i.t. - , .. -1-1-Q it un I .! The Chalk and The Eraser EILEENI LAWYER, 27 NICE upon a time there was a nice long piec of chalk and one day lt was placed right in front of a new eraser, and next to a clean blackboard At first the chalk was very bashful, but she just took one look, one glance at the new eraser and as he was looking out of the window the silly little chalk stole many more glances at him When the chalk was used it was alwavs the handsome eraser that cleaned the board Daily the chalk grew smaller and smaller, and one day she fell to the Hoor The manly eraser hastened to pick her up, but she was broken in half After awhile side During these days the chalk forgot her many dreams just because the eraser was so attentive When not in use they always were together Once when the chalk w as taken to another part of the room the eraser searched for hours and at length found her in a lonely corner The chalk daily becoming shorter and shorter often wondered what would happen when she were gone and there would be no one to look ifter her handsome and manly eraser It happened one day that the chalk getting too close to the crevice at the base of the board fell in, and the eraser, a true and handsome gentleman, tried everything in his pow er to get her out, but all in rain One day she fell out of the bottom and w as bruised so badly that she was of no further use. 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H V1 tl , in-1.44, .S : xfg. Il w a :I W , 1, gl , QL- ., Q LIN ,,ATEL r Y V- . ,, ,V-.LY 1 7-ig., S f -rxlgv-Q I , Il X ,'inA-,A ,w 'fa if ' A I. 'lu ' ' ---Lila ll N 2 -- 1L1l ,EN L611 i t-t-n- merciarl l .I .I I J 1 . . . : The Yu etlde Spirit I LILLIAN JAKEVVAY, '26 i The time draws near the birth of Christ, I The moon is hidg the night is chill, I The Christmas bells from hill to hill I Answer each other in the mist- -Tennvson. I HE same most joyous part of the year is celebrated in the same way, at the I same time and by the same people. The glad holiday spirit permeates the air I and sings within us, making every task and every duty lighter and pleasanter. -I The little children anticipate Christmas with an amusing anxiety. They strive I zealously to satisfy and to obey, for even children are not lacking in diplomacy. l School children accept suggestions readily, and enter into school activities with a l marked interest. The selection of suitable gifts by old and young, poor and rich, J proves to be the greatest problem for most people. I What is responsible for all these extra plans and trouble? Why does every one : become so considerate and unselfish at Christmas time? It all reverts to the first -i Christmas. The picture of the lovely Baby, whose coming had been foretoldg and the Virgin Mother, the Wise Men, the Shepherds who deserted their flocks, and the bright star gazing on them all radiates and inspires in us all the Christmas spirit. I And so, as Christmas draws near, we forsake our old troubles and become new -I creatures. We devote our spirits and minds to the happiness of little children. We, 1 as older people, realize the real meaning of Christmas and hear the Christmas mes- ! sage, 4'Peace on earth, good will to menf' I I is qi . tea I kdm I I Autumn I 1 ,I AIARGARET Lewis, ,27 I : The leaves are turning yellow Or kindling into red, I And the lone rose in the garden : ls hanging down her head. I No more the glistening dew-drops Will sparkle in her breast, I And soon will chilly Autumn winds I Announce, "Seek thou thy restf' ul -E And dead leaves all around us 1 Tell of life's short span, 1 'AThat the flowers which springtime gave us 'I lVIust fade like hopes of manf' But blessed is the merry heart, I Where reigns eternal spring, ,I VVhere wintry winds ne'er enter .E And love and laughter ring. 7 I ul -l-i-1-s--3 -3-3-3-3-x-x-x --x-1-1-3-3-mia ' -3 325153252 - --3-3-x-X-x-x- -3 x l62l The Traveler ADELAIDE BECHTOLD, '27 'f AM nothing but a little dime, but my service is larger than my size. Of course to some people I am of little or no consequence, but to others I mean a lot. I was born in 1915 in Washington, D. C., and since then I have traveled all over the world. Last month I docked at Ellis Island after riding for fourteen months in the pocket of a young explorer. I-Ie used to get homesick while traversing the wilds of Asia and Africa and would take me out of his pocket and look at me and say: "Good little ten-cent piece! All I've got is you and a picture to remind me of the good old United States!" Then he'd take out the picture that rested next to me and look at it and sigh some more. One day I got a look at the picture. It was of a young girl with a dim- pled smile and curly blonde bobbed hair. That same girl met the boat the noon we clocked and the man was so pleased that I almost fell out of his pocket when he leaped from the gang-plank. And that same night my hero pulled me from his dress suit and gave me to the girl, along with a cer- tain diamond ring, as a memorandum of his sojourn. So now I am in different keeping, but resting in a plush-lined silver box in much more comfortable than being carried around the world in a khaki kit. , N -A ' e A ' e eeaaeeiliibe flbercian Book Ends in the Recitation Room MARGARET BROWN, '27 'I' VVAS love at first sight when these two met. 'But neither had seen the other since, for knowledge had separated them. They met one afternoon in September and had a long ride together. It was very enjoyable, but soon all was to end. Reaching their destination they were placed in such. positions as to prevent another meeting. He would sit for hours at a time reading, or pretending he read, and thinking of her. She, too, read, or thought of him. Both wondered how the other was or what he was doing. Occasionally someone would give him a bump, but he didn't seem to mind this. He would regain his position on the bench, his hat beside him and keep his watch for her. One day after many months had passed they met again. It was june and all the students had left the place. Knowledge no longer separated them for school was over. I63l l' mmiIGbe flbercianlltaaacetatezadgeteeqatcaerggatgcoc A E ii A ', Mount Mercy i MARGARET NEWITT, '28 1 ', Beyond the rush, , A-top the hill, N Back, out of sight, l Where all is still, ,N Where birds sing out ln tops of trees And hum sweet tunes ti i ls Mount Mercy. ' ll i A Prayer t A Smile 3 , JULIA DEER, '26 VIVIAN OMILIAN, 129 tk Dearest Mary, Mother mild, A smile, a word, or a touch, Ll Q Aid me as thy faithful childg And each is easily given, N Help me with my work and play, Yet either will win Keep me from Wrong through all the A soul from sin, , daYS Or smooth the Way to Heaven. t Help me, dearest Mother blest, ll it Encourge me with your lovelinessg A Smile may lighten 3 failing heart, , Wrap your mantle blue, I pray, A word may soften pain's keenest smart, N Around my Soul, xvhere efer I strays A touch may lead us from sin apart, N0 temptation need I fear, How easily either is given. it , When, dear Mother, you are near. it l t The Goddess of Night 1 IRENE PRICE, '26 'N A tremulous light unearthly, A lovely thing pale and gold, 1 Walking on ethereal feet, t 1 So young and yet so old. ' Smiling down upon youth's sweet dream, An onlooker of doom, i A silent witness of things at night. Ah, glorious, wonderful moon! 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He called its end a "thing of beauty," and was ever I ready to tell his people that the terrible onslaught could not last long, and that after ' a storm comes sweetness and peace. : Though he better than any other knew the terror and sufferings the Belgians 1 might be called upon to go through, yet he was untiring in his messages of bravery t': . - 4 - u 1 them. Small wonder that writers have called him the 'Prince of the Church. 'E No one knew what the future had in store for him, but his friends were confi- J , , . . ,, dent that he would at all times be equal to his task. The whole world admired him, -g and Belgium in particular was proud of her great son. V . -Q When the great war with its sufferings had come to a close Cardinal Mercier still 1 lived on in the hearts of his followers, loved and revered by all. His task became 1 once more that of the primate of Belgium, and though his voice was no longer needed : where war was concerned, it never ceased its untiring work of bringing to and prepar- 1 ing the faithful for God. I . - - 1 Thus it was that late in January, 1926, all the world was prostrate with grief as .E the cables brought to each country the news that the great churchman had breathed 1 his last. Churches were filled with sorrovving people and in the Belgian town where 1 rested the remains of the "Fighting Cardinal" crowds' thronged the church, giving i ample testimony of the true love and reverence which the people felt for the Cardinal. I As in life, his death was marked by a serene nobleness. A sort of divine feeling pre- ,I vailed. All who attended his funeral remarked at the strange atmosphere which per- : vaded. In every heart was sincere grief. All were loyal to the dauntiess patriot who 4 had been so generous in honoring Belgium. Just as the Belgians had united in one ' durin the terrible summer of 1914 and the years that followed so now they agreed in I g . . ' . . . . ' . I one single opinion. That unity of feeling was physically felt in an over-powering way J I during the days following his death. J .! ,a This great funeral in Brussels on January 29th was a fitting culmination. It was 1 said that his diocese attracted thousands of people, that many came hundreds of 1 miles to hear the great churchman speak. How truly proud must little Belgiurn ul : have felt to harbor three million visitors in one of its cities because one of her noble : sons was about to be buried! Belgium was proud, and no one could have denied her 1 the right to be proud. ii Mingled with the kind words of the monsignor who pronounced the funeral ora- ! tion was a sadly sweet undertone of the Requiem Mass of Roland de Latre, the Bel- gian Palestrina. But for these two sounds, silence reigned majestically throughout I the church as the Belgians paid their final tribute to Mercier. -E His work was over. The great voice was silenced, yet forever it shall speak I to the people of Belgium, giving them hope and courage and always reminding them U great ar 1na,tesymo o egiumssou in ew. l oftheir Cd'lh blfBl' ' l'th ar l ynynyn -3-3-3-3-guy A -3-y- - - nynyuynys nyij "' 1 3- "5- Y Y-3-T' -Y I 1 X681 A CAMPVS SCICNI i691 Nine mercian j 'R s 'ff so s s a s ' ReHections of' the Hall Mirror MARGARET LEVVIS, '27 AM the hall mirror, a truly necessary friend of all. I stand as a sentinel over the front part of the house. My duty is to enable the family to see themselves as others see them. As father prepares to leave the house in the morning a hurried glance at me causes him to lose his frown and he unconsciously braces up and steps out with a more confi- dent air. Next follows the young man of the family. No hasty glance does he cast at me, but long appraising ones as he carefully arranges his tie and smooths back his hair, and tilts his hat at the proper angle. He steps out with all the confidence of youth. Some time later appears the young lady daughter. She gives me more attention than any of the others, and last night as she was leaving for a dance she kissed me and called me a "darling," but I really believe she meant it for herself. Then about the middle of the afternoon the mother prepares to go to the club. As she looks at me she tries to smooth out the careworn traces in her face. I enjoy my life very much and everyone who enters the house notices me, some with a frown, others with a smile WW Persevei ance DOROTHY WHEATON 27 If you wish some special gift of fate, And have battered and battered as though a re On the barrier, that represents the gate Which separates you from your desire Then remember it is the last blow That ever brings the unt1r1ng foe to rest And think every blow is your very last blow And make your last blow your best -v I fi 1 1- -5-3- -3 v - -3- up -3 ' -5-y-3-5-3-3 -5 3 D701 1,.,:..:g 'R R 'A ' R if as R -lliibe flbercianll The Christmas Spirit MARY M. GOLDEN, '26 HE Spirit of Christmas is the one spirit of the year uniting the rich and the poor. Then the broken world again turns' its face towards Bethlehem, from whence IQOO years ago came the Redeemer-the Son of God. The time that has passed has not lessened the wonder of the Godman's coming, but rather has made the Star of the East shine brighter. You have but to look at a small child's face on Christmas day and hear it lispingly tell the story of the first Christmas. They love that story. For a child is the one perfect thing in this world of doubt and sorcery. Theirs is the perfect love. God bless the little children, may their paths be free from sorrow and trouble and may the God-man look with tender eyes upon them and keep them pure and holy. May they learn to turn to Mary, the Virgin Mother of Bethlehem, and call her Mother. For the world has no truer helper, than she who on Calvary's height became our Mother. What would Christmas be without Mary, the Virgin Mother? Love Mary and she will beg for you to her Divine Son. Senior F rolic MARGARET Lewis, 'z7. The Pink Ball was quite classy, The Snow Ball, too, was fine, But the Senior's Annual Frolic Is the one wherein we'll shine. There's talk of gowns and dresses, Of chiffon, hose and shoes. Of marcels and straight tresses, 'Tis difficult to choose. Another task quite trying, To choose an escort, too, No wonder we hear sighing And wondering Who'll take who? But on that happy evening All doubts will be at rest, And there will be no grieving, For each will have her "best." , g 5:9 xlsxniomyzsn izfirmuznnuzaz. E711 .--....i-1 1, wi lx I 1 l I l i ll G n ll L - -L -i t s- t i x -Q- t I Q Q ul 1 i , 1 i 1 1 1 , 1 I J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A Chemical Experience LAURENE WALTERS, '27 I-IE bottle of Nitric Acid is looked upon daily and is well known among the members of the Chemistry Class. Well, it shall be of one of the Nitric Acid bottles that I will speak. I have a pet fancy of having our bottles shine so it was that I was shining the Nitric Acid bottle and so it was that Nitric'Acid had the nerve to spill on my finger and burn it. When I discovered it I rushed to that bottle-"You may be small and only liquid, but you've burned my finger terribly. Explain your ill conduct! I shall at once go to my friend Ammonium Hydroxide for aid. Youribottle shall never be polished again." E When My Ship Comes ADELAIDE BECTOLD 7 VVhen my ship comes in Laden with many treasures I assign myself the task Of tasting all lifes pleasures I ll don the richest of gon ns and hats Ill choose the largest car I ll pick a handful of tourists s maps And travel near and far When Ive seen all there IS to see Back home my car will bring me- Ill buy a house and servants And then live royally I 1 I ' -I cc ' ' ' as i I f In . 1 , il -I 1 2 il Q! ' 1 J . . 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"" 5-nn ix 2 it 5,1 rn fy ,C , S S 5 QQ IQ Q 5 in gn I, - G- rr m fl' I V I l, x-s-x-x-x-x- -x-x-1-x-x -1-x-x-x-1-x-x -'-x-x-x-x-m-x- -x-m-x-x-3-m T K-l-lr-K- 1 13131 1 was for business only. This year a change was made. The meeting has been converted ' into a social hour. An entertainment is planned, each time giving a number of the students a chance to make known their various talents. i N ,I The society also fostered literary ability by offering a monthly prize for the f I n u s T X' -E best short story. Thus far, it has proved a great success and We hope it will continue. 5 il ' The membership list has increased steadily and the prophecy of last year was K Q justified in its prediction that the Saint Thomas Society would grow to be the largest a- ' ,J and the most successful society in the Academy. 1' ' J . . . . . . . I I It is with re ret that we will soon leave this or amzation, but our most sincere " J g g I n s 1 a 1 a I- -! wish IS, that ltS success will grow with the years and that future members will L il, 1 realize their advantage and appreciate it, as we Seniors of '26 do. g- ,V f i4-4 44 J 44 44 A 4 J !-c-x-x- a-m-t-1-x- -1.-L-s-1-Q-Q-h J J I J J J , J J J i J J J J J J J 1 4 J J J J J J J J J J J J J 4 J J J J . J i J I-1-A-1-3-x-5--r -x-x-x-x-1-x -- it TT T T :TT T T :T T iflvgipl ' ii Ti ii T :T J ll l l '1 izaaaeziiasztzz.aiaaaialazazaaziiaaasctaiellChe flbetcian 1 'li l i l l . l lf il li Il ,l I: .l ll. il i' If ll 1 N , Ll i we ' m f - xl li :Q ,'--' - is K ri J iw f-Wrxis 5 ll ll Q, ,2 ,A if it 51 lf 8 is 51 E5 K, El i L . ll 51 ll il ill li ll ij Q if L1 l 11 4 If ,I , I? q l 55 al 5 11 l I, 11 i 1. g ip 5 li 1' ll yl I: ll i I, THE s'r.-mf AT WORK 21 X li 11 ll 715 f f ll - lg l he Merc1an if 'i ll ll 1' if ARLY in September the Seniors held a class meeting to elect the members of g that important body known as the "lNIercian" staff. Nlary Golden was chosen ll fl: editor-in-chief and able assistants were selected to begin work on the publication of ll 'N the second volume of "The fllercianfy gg 1 . . . . . - , f V ltach of the editors has tried to fulfill her duty to the best of her ability and as the lll 1026 "lNIercian" goes to press, we feel that our work has not been in vain. VVe felt lx E5 that "The hlerciann for this year should be a bigger and better book than the first X F volume so that it might embody in itself the progress of hlount Nlercy. H l 1 - ,, . . . 1 il As the year book of our school, 'l he Blerciauf' is the academy's representative 1 'N wherever it is sent and we feel that it must be made worthy of this great oflice. W : ' . . ., II i lr Not only does the annual represent the Academy to strangers, but will be of mes- P11 H: tunable value to the Alumnae in years to come. Each Blount lklercy girl will have ill X If four happy years of her school life embodied in a lasting record, and what a treasure- jf 11 house of memories and friendships these books will prove. '1, ll ' ' ' ' ci 1 ' vv A - Q il I MI I1 llie staff of rl he hlercian feelmg that its work is done and its mission fulfilled ,X :Q hands its trust to the next staff hoping that the words and works of greater Hlount is ll, NIl"'fY Wlll bl' llfflllllll' Preserved in the next volume of "The hlercianf' il il I: 'I gli l 'ff'-+:eF:f+1:'::fig-e'e::::g::3r1:iei-1:'-PM-'er-fMy-wig-Q-'Q-ALI ' l77Il l f l yi-aglllbe flbetcian fe.:.a:g.:fa..f,z.er.g.Qjt.e PUBLISHING THE I-IILLTOP NEVVS The Hilltop News By VIRGINIA BROVVN, '26 Editor-in-Chief ,,,,,,.......A...,.,.,,,.A,,.,...,..,,,A..A,A..,.,,..A,,,.,A,,,,,, ,A....,,,.,,,,......,...,, A NNE BYRNE Literary Editor -.....,.... .,.A..A., A DELAIDE BECHTOLD Society Editor .....o...... ........w,,,, M ARGARET BROWN News Editor ..........., ,......w. R EGINA MCCARTHY SPORT EDITOR ........,..., ,oo....... I DOROTHY BoLTHoUsE Art Editor ,t,.,.o.,.........,t.,,.t,,oo,.,tt,,....., ........,,, D oRoTHY WHEATON Business lllanngrr .ttt...........,t...,..t,,. ,...t.,o....... H Euwio REINISCH Assistant Business illannger ......... ....t,.t, C iiERTRUDE STREAMERS Joke Editor .t,,,,t,,t,,.s...t...,,.,,,,t,................,,.,,tt,.,,........,,,,,to,o,o....,,,,,ot,,o,.. ULETiNE REILLY N the early days of September the Juniors met in solemn conclave to elect the staff of the new school paper that was to make its initial appearance. The staff was duly elected, and then the question from every one in the school was-"VVhat shall We name it?" Many names were suggested, but none seemed quite appropriate. To solve the question, a reward was offered to any girl whose suggestion of a name might be accepted. Enthusiasm and interest were at once stimulated, and names began to appear on the bulletin board. VVhen the final vote was taken the name "Hilltop News" was unanimously chosen, and the Juniors began their work on the first edition. As the first of October drew near, every student became anxious to receivebher first "Hilltop News." All wondered whether it would be a success, and if it would be one which would make them impatient for its release. We had not long to won- derg for as we first caught sight of the paper so attractively arranged and of such true literary ability, we knew that the debut of the Hilltop News was an assured success. Articles were cleverly arranged, Well written, and newsy, while the design of the chosen name showed remarkable ability in one of our students. We were more than pleasedg we were delighted. i7Sl -,P,.-.ang-9.e,21eQaQQ.+iaQ54aa?+Waga.llUbe flbercianlli QT?l'i'g, The Orchestra NIC of the most attractive features of the year's music curriculum is the special department of ensemble playing. The following members constitute lNIount Klercy Orchestra: FIRST Vlouxs Cl2l.I.os Dorothy Newgtt Charlotte VVeaver Ewlm 'neshmw Eleanor lVIcCauley Bertha VVagner BASS VIOL lfthel Carpenter Theodora Platte Srfcoxn Vlouxs IJARI' Helen Andreski Charlotte Kelly Esther Simons Vivian Omilian Fern Langlois - fJRGAN Helen Anderson Elizabeth Frutchey V101-A Pmxo Regina lNIcCarthy Director The following numbers have been played on different programs: To a VVild Rose, fllrzrlio-zc'z'll,' Indian Lodge, flIm'Do1c'eIl,' NVill 0' the VVisp, llIarlJou'ell,' ln Autumn dIarDo-zc'f'll,' lVIinuet, Sl'llllbf'l'f,' lwarche llflilitaire, Sr'l111berf.' Prelude, Op. 28 Chopin: Ava lNIaria, Hrlrlz-Gou11m1,' Carmen Selection, Ifizzff: L'Arlesienne Suite, lfizrtf Pomp and Circumstance, Elgar. v H lklr. Albin Preusse was added to the faculty in the music department at Blount lNIercy in September, 1926. He comes from Berlin, Germany, where he is widely and favorably known as a soloist, and as an orchestra and quartet player of distinguished ability. He is a teacher of high attainnients and is very much respected and sought after in Grand Rapids. l79l rigafaaaglllbe fllbetcian f u ll ll It W A Q y ll ' 'A LI V ,1 U u ll Y 13 l lj fl il ll I E 1 I1 J J F L Ll It '1 I3 1 i li 12 ,l U pl 5 il F 1 Il L1 I4 11 l 215 n 'H F ,I The Glee Club V J: ii T was about the last of November that the first meeting of this organization con- fl lj sistmg of twenty-tvso members u as held. Por a club only in its first year, they I Il have accomplished some ood things, singing with line intonation, phrasing, and g ,l E rhythmic accuracy the following numbers: J L To a VVild Rose, fl'IarDovc'f'll,' Dance of the Gnomes, 17lllll'D01L'Fll,' The Fifes of T 1 I. June, flndrfuxvg Nia Curly-Headed Baby, C'Illf.YIli71,' The Top 0' the lxfIOI'Illllg, Alana- . 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Q---gnEQ,TC1.-N5'5E' ENHQ f'f:,'ro-pm'-+ f y rn -1'--,..,:I"':5 a"',-,::'5f,,mruf7g:1.."+ --:O O D".-'-sf-f'-1IJ"D" i WI -fan!-rom .5".re,,-w-eD"w OUQ '4re'UQ--I-, rumnmrnon i' I ' E ' I 5 A ,X-3-3-xg, - -, -3-3-3,3 - 4 -x ., -3 -3-3-3 3 Y - '- -3- -3 ' -3-3-I -3 '-'v-' -y-3-3 3 - - ay-y-5 -3-3-as ,L E321 X- NIS '1'11.'1 I 83 I -.-.i..,.... Nba flbercian Qiaaaaezaaeiaaaaaaagaaala-.aged-M Mount Mercy Alumnae OFFICERS President ..Y,VY, w.,,,. , .... v v ,...,, .............. ........,..,,., P H YLLIS PHILLIPS, ,22 Vice President ...... .,, , ,,A,.,....A S ISTER MARIE THERESE, l22 Seeretary .......w...., U ....v.w,. vvw, I,II,...I,,. V I oI.A SINIONS, '23 Treasurer ....,I...,,,w...,.,,,,,,I, ,I,,,,,..I,,,I,,,I,I,.............,,w..,I,,,I C oRA HEGEMAN MCGAVIN OR four years the Alumnae of Nlount lX'Iercy have been striving to make their organization a credit to their Alma lVIater. They have long reached this goal and it is with all of this and more than their Alma Mater regards them. Their social meetings are held at the Academy every third Sunday of the month aIId they are looked forward to with much pleasure on the part of the members. A committee is regularly appointed to arrange a program and dainty refreshments are served. Busineess is also transacted at the meetings. One of the most interesting events of the social season, this spring, was the May Cruise, which was held in the Pantlind ballroom May I5. The ballroom was trans- formed into a beautiful ship, not even omitting the life savers and anchors. The guests were all dressed in sport costumes and the orchestra, namely Dietrich's, appeared in sailor uniforms. I believe one could write a volume on the beauty and success of this delightful aHair, but I wouldn't trust my vocabulary that far, so I will just name the committee members and after you read them, there will be no need of further wonder as to the success of it. Miss Phyllis Phillips was general chairman and her efficient assistants Were: Arrangements, Miss Viola Simon and lVIiss Lillian O'Toole5 decorations, Miss Dolly Bauser, lVIiss Viola Kolb, lVIiss Roberta Brown, Miss Catherine O'Toole, and Miss Lillian Murphy, tickets, IVIrs. Carl I-Ierrmann, lwiss Catherine Reagan, Miss Mary Anderson and llfliss Loretta Hogan, refreshments, lVIiss Dorothy Knittle, Miss Flor- ence Oshinski, and Miss Genevieve Delaneyg checking, lVIiss Edna Perrin, Miss Mar- garet Reagan, Miss Agnes Kinney, Miss Gertrude Skelding and Mrs. Peter Brown, publicity, Miss Vivian Jakeway, Miss Lorraine Corrigan, llliss Dorothy Perrin, Miss Paula Reinisch and Bliss Nfaxine VVatalewitz. Our Alumnae has proved its loyalty by organizing a SUlClC1lt-l02.l1. It is hoped that the girls who are benefited by this will have as great a love for our Alma Mater as those who organized the fund. Though the Alumnae has not been an organization of very long standing, Mount Mercy has sent from her portals many loyal daughters. Good records are being made by the members of Mount Mercy Alumnae. Among those who are holding creditable positions are: Catherine Reagan, Bookkeeper, Agnes Krowlikowska, Stenographerg lVIary Anderson, at the Camera Shopg Wiriifred Evans, Teacher at Monroeg Edna Perrin, Bookkeeper, Dorothy PerriII, Nurse at St. Mary'sg Leona Williams, Teacher at Sand Lake, Helen Bardish, at Friedman-Springs, Florence Bennett, Stenographerg IaraiuxnxzamzsnnwztgiuamzrxaxaI:Qxgsnprrnzuniz.s:.I:aI:.I4:.I:.I:n:a1:.vaI:.I:.I.q.1p:s:i:.r:II:.I.0:I: I 84 l as r -B r img 7 iiliibe mercian Vivian Jakeway, Teacher in Grand Rapids, Doris Lonergan, Nurse, Frances Mc- Carty, Teacher at Moline, Katherine O'Toole, Bookkeeper, Lillian O'Toole, Nurse, Marguerite Schulte, Bookkeeper, Viola Simons, Bookkeeper, Dolly Bauser, Book- keeper, Lorraine Corrigan, Bookkeeper, Agnes Kinney, Nurse, Florence Oshinski, Teacher at Alpine, Margaret Reagan, Nurse, Gertrude Skelding, Nurse, Margaret Urban, Herpolsheimer Co., 1 Paula Reinisch, Bookkeeper at Grand Brick Co., Dorothy Knittle, Bell Telephone, Julia Reps, Teacher at Branch, Monica Tobin, at Friedman-Springs, Margaret McCarthy, Stenographer at Pritchett Power Co. The following members are pursuing higher education at colleges and universities: Mary Louise Dunnebache, at University of Nlichigan , Julia McKinley, at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Roberta Brown, Vocational School, Hildagarde Byrne, Kala- mazoo College, Genevieve Delaney, Junior College, Doris Panyard, St. Mary's, Notre Dame, Catherine Brinen, St. Mary's, Notre Dame, Amelia Brown, Mac- Lachlan Business College, Marie Hendershot, MacLachlan Business College, Loretta Hogan, MacLachlan Business College, Viola Kolb, Junior College, Lillian Murphy, St. Mary's Hospital, Dolores O'Riley, Fine Arts Museum, Boston, Mass., Catherine Joyce, Kalamazoo. The Alumnae has given its quota also to the religious life. Those who are now members of the Mercy Order are: Sister Mary Marguerite Butler, Sister Mary Josephine Porter, Sister Marie Therese Walsh, Sister Mary Mercy Miller, and Sister Mary Maurice Tobin. ' Others are happily married, but their hearts still hold a warm spot for their Alma Mater. They are: Mrs. Marie Dugal, Comstock, Mrs. Janina Sempowska Smolin- ski, Mrs. Cora Hegeman McGavin, Mrs. Eugenia Hendershot Herrmann, Mrs. Emma Muldoon Ryan, and Mrs. Edith Thome Brown. Other active members are: Marie Meyers, Phyllis Phillips, Mildred Fisher, and Madeline Minogue. , -An Alumna. ,T -g a 4 .s I H , Her Majesty the Moon I IRENE PRICE, '26 .I V -g When the twilight of eve 1 1 Spreads its blanket of gloom 3 I await with eagerness ', The rise of the moon. J Cold andaaustere, ' Yet warm with a glow, A I Her course across heaven , I Is timed and slow. A I l, She glides with hauteur, i So pale and bright, ii ' She is queen of the skies, ' R Queen of the night. A 1 T' 'LN' 'D" 3"3" ' ISSJ ' IN THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT H61 'asf' R' A it T rlliibe fD6I?ClEtI1lltQ"l"' Dramatics 640 , "Leave It to Polly" T HE dramatic entertainments of Mount Mercy opened by the presentation of the two-act play, "Leave It to Polly," on November twenty-fourth, I925, by the Sophomore class. The theme of the plays dealt with life in a boarding school. The parts were all well acted and the play proved a great success. CAST OF CHARACTERS Miss Priscilla Kitten .....,...,.....,.,l...................................,,,,,, CHARLOTTE WEAVER Miss Octavia Harding ............. ........... T HEODORA PLATTE Miss Bedelia Kitten ......... ...,., .............. M A RIE WRIGHT ....................LUCILLE BROSE Polly Ann Meredith ....,,....., Annie, a Maid ....,...,,,,......,..... SOPHIA ,KOVVALEWSKI Students: Vivian Winthrope ...........,. ..,.,,,.,....... C TEORGIA BROWN Lillian Martin ..,.,............ .......... M ARGARET NEWITT Marion Esterbrook ..,......... ................,.,.. L ..MARIE RAU Ina Sinclair i................,. ...... R osAL1NE PHENEY Hilda Mason .......... ............... ,,,,,..,,.................... E 1 LEEN BAUSER The Burglar ,,.......... ...................................... L UCILLE HENIJERSHOT me C6 The Snow Queen" "The Snow Queen," an operctta, was presented by the Junior High, on Decem- ber seventeenth. The musical features of the operetta were well rendered and showed splendid training and unusual ability. CAST OF CHARACTERS Gerda ,......Tii..............i..............,.,.,,,,.......................,............. LoRENT1NE MCDERMOTT Kay ..,..,...,ii..,....,....,.,.,,................... .........i........,,.,., C HRYSTAL FRANK Gerda's Grandmother ,...... ,... ................. L L YCILLE BEDNARK Kay's Mother ......................, ...................,.,, M ARY KECK Snow Queen ............. ........,.,,,. H ELEN ANDRESKI Witch .....,............,....., Ragman ,,i.i......,i............,.., Robber Captain ............... Robber Girl ,,....,,,, I' irst Robber ............. Rose ........................... Violet .....,.............. Narcissus .....,..... Snowdrop ......... Tiger Lily ..,.......... SNOW FLAKES Mary E. Fritz Ursula Cass Ruth Kaashoek Mary Watalewicz Evelyn Texter Miriam Hollway Margaret Canfield Adeline Panfil ANGELS Eileen Rooney Ann Langlois Norine Hillery Maxine Kelly Jane Hopkins ...,,,.i....CHARLoTTE KELLY ..,,........IRENE MOULTANE ,.....i.i.....DoRoTHY Doop ...,..,,,,MARGARET BERRY HOLLWAY ...,........HELEN KAASI-loER HANDLIN BERNICE KAMINISKI HELEN TEXTER .GERALDINE PRICE RoBEERs AND URLHIWS Dorothy Dodd Margaret Berry Fern Langlois Betty Hollway Irene Gressler Mary Hornkohl Elizabeth Rogers x-x-s-i-x- -1--i-i-m-x-x-x-x -x x-x- -i-3-x-x x-1-m-x-3--i t-s-5-u p y 3 3 5 , E871 Qi- Q- E C 7 C 7 -Q Q-Q -Q Q Q Q Q Q Reverend Mother JOseph's Feast Day On the nineteenth of March, a very delightful program was furnished by the pupils of Mount Mercy in honor of Reverend Mother joseph. The program pre sented was as follows: Chanson Poplaire Cfllrttfrl. .....,.............,,, MOUNT MERCY cDRCHESTRA From an Indian Lodge Ullardozvellj MOUNT MERCY ORCHESTRA Address ........,...,.,.........r.....................................,.,,..........r............,...,., MARY M. GOLDEN Feast Day Greeting .......r...,..,,...........................................,.................. THE MINIMS Feast Day Song .....,........................,..............r,..,................ 7TH AND 8TH GRADES Recitation ..........,,,...............,,........................., ' .,.Y..........,............,.., MARY RITA KNAPE Memory Bells ............,,.........,...,.....,..,.......,...,,....... MOUNT MERCY GLEE CLUB I Love a Little Cottage ,,................,....,............ MOUNT MERCY GLEE CLUB Recitation Y.,........,............,,,.....,,..............,.....,,........,................,,. DOROTHY HERRMANN To a Wild Rose CMcDou'e1IJ ...,........... MOUNT MERCY ORCHESTRA Lullaby ...i.......,.....,.........,..,...v..,......,.U.,.....,....,...,...,,....,........,.......... ADELAIDE BECHTOLD Good Night Little Girl ............................,,..........,.U,............. ADELAIDE BECHTOLD Violin Obligato .,.........................Y..,.,...,..Y...,...................,.............. DOROTHY NEWITT The Selfish Giant ..,...,,...........,,,.,..,...,..........,..,,,,,,,,.,...........i.....,.......,...,... ANNE BYRNE Last Night .....,......,..........................,.........,..............., MOUNT MERCY GLEE CLUB One Fleeting Hour .................,......,,.,..............,.. MOUNT MERCY GLEE CLUB In a Pullman Dressing Car .................................,....,.,...,... HELEN JACKOBOICE A Reverie fSeredyJ ,,,..i...............,........t........,,. MOUNT MERCY ORCHESTRA G40 "The ChaperOn" The Junior Class, on May twenty-seventh, presented the three-act play The Chaperonf' The play was well rendered and the Juniors are to be congratulated on its unlimited success. CAST OF CHARACTERS Miss Morong, principal of Crandon Hall ............... HEDWIG REINISCH Mrs. Dynecourt of "SelbOurne" ................,...t............,..... ADELAIDE BECTOLD Mademoiselle Jeanne ...,,,...........,....,..,................. ...,..,....................,...... A NNE BYRNE Joyce Dynecourt .........,.,..,,..,..t.....,...,, .......,,,.,,..t..,....i........ D OROTHY BOLTHOUSE Judith Grey ..,.,,...,,,,,.,,,.,,........,....,........... 't.. ......,,.,.,...,....,...,........, M A RY I. KOLSINSKI Phyllis Peynolds ..........,....,...................,..........,.......,.........., ELIZABETH FRUTCHEY Barbara Creighton ,,...,,....,.....t,,.,,,...............,,.......,,,...,..,.....,.i... LUCILLE SCHAE1-'ER Suzanne Horton r.,......... ................................... a............................ M A RGARET BROWN Lillian Gordon ,r,,,,r,,,,,,,,.r.,,,,.,...r,..i.,,,,,..r,..,, ...... ....,,r. .............., R E G INA MCCARTHY A Mollie Howard i........................................,..........,..............,, GERTRUDE STREAMERS Anna Dayton ..,,,r,,,,,,.,,,....,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,....,,,..,...,,,,,...,,...,........,....., KATHERINE SNYDERS Daisy Rogers ...,. ,,.,.......,.....,,..,,,..............,.,,....,...,,,,...........,..............,...v..... A LMA MILLER Miriam, the gypsy .................................................................. DOROTHY WHEATON jill, the waif ,..,.i...,.......,...,..........................,.,,............,...................... MARGARET LEw1s Nora, Mrs. Dynecourt's maid ......................,,..,..................... UTELINE REILLY s-x- -i-x-x-i-5-i-x-x-i-3-i-m-5-5-i-3-s-3-i-x-3-5-x -3-x-1-i- -m i x-1 ISSJ TA if A 1 or 1 'Nhe flbercianll-'-'-'a:t.:"'E.2r'...-T' T L I , . ' 1 Baccalaureate bervice - I T j June 13, 1926 i' I Processional .,............................................................,..4..,................................................ Dubois gf -I Thou Art My God .....,... ,...,.................................................................................... 1 .Blount I- ri' Chorus A 1 Address ...........,........,................,..........,.......,......... REv. L. T. SKINNER, C. Ss. R. i' I Lest We Forget .................................................................................................................. Penn , ., Soloists--MARY GOLDEN, MARY EDWARDS, 1. -I MARGARET BRosE, EVELYN DEsHoNE I- 1 T i O Salutaris BENEDICTION Florence I 1 A Capello L -I Ave Maria. .................................................................................................. Grant Schaefer I- -i Soloist-ADELAIDE BECHTOLD I- 1 Tantum Ergo ..............................................................................4............................. Florence i i ' Adoremus-Laudate Dominum ..........4....................................................... Gregorian i .I A I. I I .I . T 3 Commencement Exercrses T ,I T ,I June 16, 1926 I I 1 PROCESSIONAL . . 'I Largamente from Pomp and Circumstance ................................................ Elgar T I Mount Mercy Orchestra i' .I The Fifes of June ..............................................................,.................................... Andrews I. -1 - Chorus ,- II Salutatory .........,................1................................ - .................... DoRo'r1-1Y HERRMANN I' To a Wild Rose ..............,................................................................................, MacDowell I -I Mount Mercy Orchestra T 1 Address ....................................................................,..................... REV. JAMES GOLDEN f ,I Minuet .................................,............................................................................................ Shubert T .I Mount Mercy Orchestra U L 1 ' Conferring of Diplomas ........................ RT. REV. MONSIGNOR LEFEBVRE I' 3 Valedictory .................................................................................... MILDRED Ho1v1R1c1-1 I il Lest We Forget .......,................................................... ...................................................... P enn I " Chorus '- ,I I .I T ,I RECESSIONAL T ,I T bg Orchestra under the direction of Sister Mary Gabriel T I , T 1 I l L ,, I .I T I T ,, I I ' T ' I - I L I , A -5- -" " "" 3' l l 5" l ' 1 P" "" "l"'3 l """'5 T i391 . . , . 4 ' ' 2 J 9 , . ,K ,, . . . . . . , r ' . , y . . . . . . . . , . y . . Y . . . , . 9 -5-3-3 --3-y-3-3---5----- ------ ------ ---- K Q Q-Q-Q T Q Q- Q Q Q Q-Q Q Q Q Q Q Soclety GYO ln1t1at1on Party HE soclal events of Mount Mercy were started by the dehghtful party glven to the Freshles lmtlatlon conducted by the Senlors was held ln the audltorlum. Each was requlred to do a dlfflcult task and each one ln turn proved herself a true and Worthy student of Mount Mercy Thelr slster class the unlors feellng they would need somethlng to sustain them served a damty lunch IH the recreatlon room 089 Surpr1se V On her blrthday Clara Klrchoff was delightfully surprlsed by her classmates. The party started ln full SWlI'lg Wlth the flllglllg of the doorbell and a loud shout SURPRISE' The evenmg was spent ln playmg games and dancmg Later a de- lxghtful lunch was served and the Senxors reluctantly went home long to remember he good time they had G40 Sen1or F rohc On February II 1926 the Senlors held thexr annual Frollc at the Pantllnd. The muslc was furnlshed by Dletrlch s orchestra The ballroom was prettlly deco- rated ln keeplng Wlth Valentine s day and hearts and cuplds were ln evldence about the room The evenlng was spent 1n danclng An lnterpretatxon of the Charleston was glven by MISSCQ Peggy Robmson and Luc1l1e Temple Durmg the course of the evenmg Charles Mahon sang the popular song hlts of the day Everybody reported a Jollv, good txme GNKD Theater Party The Semor Class attended an enjoyable theater party at Powers theater on Octo- ber I2 chaperoned by Mlss Roark We thoroughly enjoyed the dellghtful comedy presented by the Broadway Players a stock company whxch has been playmg ln Grand Raplds for a number of Weeks '53 5 31313-394333333 513333"b33331"33 i901 L t-t-t-t-L-Q-l-l-k-K- -K-K-l-K-l- -K-K-I-A -lc -K-K A Hallowe'en Party The thirty-first of October found the Freshmen giving their first party. The day before the party, mysterious looking objects were seen passing through the hands of the "freshies." These objects were the invitations 5 black cats with large green eyes. The night came and with it the party. The recreation room was trimmed in those most startling colors-black and orange. The party was well enjoyed by all. Games of all sorts were the chief entertain- ments of this merry group. Although strange noises were heard and queer-looking objects were seen, the girls walked stealthly out of unknown passages and dispersed. GWO Sophomore-Senior Party A very charming event on our social calendar was the Sophomore party. Our sister class proved worthy hostesses and we spent a thoroughly enjoyable evening. The first part of the evening was spent in playing Bunco. Virginia Brown won the first prize and Mother Austin the consolation prize. Marie Rau, posing as mail man, presented us all with a gift befitting our titles in the class election and on the outside of the package was a verse explaining the significance of the gifts. Then delightful refreshments were served in the dining room, which was artistically decorated in our colors-coral and taupe. GWO Junior-Senior Banquet VVell, dear Seniors, we suppose that Long before this tiding rings, You've been saying in your classes: "Those juniors are the slowest things." Now, at last, these invitations We will issue out to you, Hoping that the twenty-ninth Will find you with naught to do. At five o'clock plus half an hour Everything will ready be, And we will do our level best To give you-well, just wait and see! After eagerly looking forward to what the above verse promised on April twenty- ninth we found ourselves, after being cordially welcomed by our hostesses, at a sump- tuously decorated table. Our places were marked by a sophisticated-looking Spanish If 3 3 3-l"'3"X"l-3-l-3-3'3"3- "S'Y"3- -3-3-1-YQ-I-1-I-3-l'3'5"l"'l'X-3-X-5'3-I-3-1-3-I-5-5 1 1 E911 ' s he -A A he -sslltibe fllbercian KKK 1 pk- I' L I Q f 2 L 9 Q g 0 "1 O O 3 0 I-. 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HDCIICIHYI - Q'--' l I K K 1-K-K-K-K-I-luk-t-Q-Q-Q.-Q-Q-Q-Q-Q-1-Q-L-Q..- f- ' I Calendar MARGARET LAUMERE, '26. T A I '- I I' SEPTEMBER I 8-School opened and classes commence i We resolve to study from this day hence. I' 10--In losing an old friend, we gain a new I In Father Czachorski, kind and true. H I 12-Our president remained the same . I And is truly worthy of the name. I: I5-The staff was elected for our Mercian fineg I' We must work to have it ready on time. g 16-First literary meeting held todayg i- We hope to have it soon under way. i' 18-Clara's partyg was it a surprise? T Well I guess she isn't so wise. f 24-At last initiation day is hereg I: The Freshies will be badly treated we' fear. I- OCTOBER I I I-Of the missions in the East from Father Carrico we heard, F And It dare say not one of us missed a word. Q. 5-Today we had a talk on fire prevention , f And to be careful is our every intention. - i I 71ThC girls look worriedg I wonder what's wrong? Oh yes,I remember, they must each sing a song. 1' I' I I 8-Gym classes are again in swayg , Much talk is heard of the games we'll play. 1' T So they may show their ability by june. I- 15-Our theater party was a successful eventg Perhaps just because every Senior went. 22--Pickles and hot dogs and good things to eatg f I4-Literary officers elected so soon I' I The Senior cafeteria was surely a treat. 1' 30-The Freshmen girls on the losing team I- , I Gave the others a party on Hallowe en. 1' I NOVEMBER i. 6-Essays and poems and one short reading I I Concluded the November Lyceum meeting. 19-We are glad the Fall Festival at last has come, i- For we know it shall be a night of fun. I 23-We wish to congratulate the Sophomore grade f On the "hit" their "Leave It to Polly" made. l I 29-Although in Advent we must take something from our pleasure I' I 3 We shall all receive graces without measure. : I I. "5- -B S P g -w-w-i-i-m---'s-x-m-x-x-x-x-fo --5-x-5-x-s-x-s-w-x-m-w-x-x --5-x-1 l93l -1. - - -g... - -1. -g.g. .g.. - -Q-Q.. ... -nl-Q -in 1.4. - -Q. - -1, -1- -g.g. .g. -g.g. ..g.. - .Q.g.g.g.g K-K-K-K-K-K-K-K-isK-K-K-K-K -i-l-K-K-K-Culp ul .! .! .! .! K ll lk ll K l KK K K l lf? I I E I I pf F-3 I-4 N v-1 n-4 I-4 Q ON OO -P MD OO Xl -F ba U' I I I I I I I I I fs - ' F2 , 20 3 EI L. LI LI - ' LI . Y 'I ,., L. - ' I Lb 1+- In 1- I' 1- I' 1- 1- I' I' I' I' P I' 1- 3 DECEMBER Our Chaplain gave out our reports today And many nice things he had to say. The St Thomas Literary Society we hear Did much to help spread Christmas cheer. Our grammar grade friends did their bit today To help our Mercian on its Way. Old Santa remembered our small girls and boys When he came to the Mount loaded with toys. Trunks, suitcases and well-packed grips- Our boarders are ready for their holiday trips. Midnight Mass, an annual rite, Was solemnly heard on the Hilltop tonight. JANUARY Dr Deferrari of Washington, D. C. Stopped to lecture at the Academy. 6-Feast of Epiphany we celebrate today' I8 Plans for a procession are Well under way. Now IS the time of Mother Thomas visit And manners have suddenly turned exquisite. The Junior Cafeteria was a great success' The eats ' were delicious, as you can guess. -Cur Senior Frolic will be a brilliant affair If we can answer the question "What to wear?" FEBRUARY I-MCfitS awarded to those who in conduct excelg We hope that next month they will do as well. II-ThC most gorgeous, outstanding event of the year Was the Senior Frolic, as you probably did hear. 21-From Carrizozo has returned Mother Joseph dear And about a New Mexico mission we hear. 22-Washin ton's birthda deserves mention, toog g Y 23 It was celebrated in a delight manner quite new. -The Literary Society held its monthly meeting And was received with the usual greeting. MARCH 3-Today was presented the Sophomore debateg 17 We must admit it was really first rate. -Very charming, indeed, We Seniors agree, Was the Junior Women's League dainty tea. -3-33 333333333 164i SC -......,-if--w ,,,.........-.- 'e e EC e c 'c so qiliibe flbercian .... 22-The Seniors have received their class pins at lastg About them much talk has been heard in the past. 26-Today there is a blot on our calendar of pleasure, For now only memories of our Bishop we treasure. 29-Widely enjoyed was our annual Retreat, For good Father Gehl we had occasion to meet. APRIL 6-We have decided the Freshmen need After yesterday s intelligence test. H I'CSf -The organ recital by Rev. Passeno tonight Was appreciated by faculty and students alike ' 21-The Soph.-Senior party in the Recreation hall And a very good time was had by all 29-A banquet--a show! The .Juniors are surely good sports . And Miss Roark and Miss Platte were lovely escorts. MAY 9-Today we honor our dear mothers She is our best friend out of all others. --A very delightful social function Was held in form of the Women s League luncheon We hope the Alumnae will do very Well. 7--liThC Chaperon," the Junior class play I7 Il 3 I5-Tonight the May Cruise in the Pantlind Hotelg 2 v Will be presented with great success, we pray. JUNE I0-We've looked forward to our Class Day on the tenth of June, But now we think it has come much too soon. I3-TOI3ighf is our sermon for Graduationg Our work, you know, is nearly done. 16--Tonight, although we shall have reached our goal, We just hate to say "good-bye" to our school. c':f:.5:o:j:::a::::a:r:o:u::S:5::.u: EEE: 3333'3 l95l TIIIC RECREATION ROOM ANOTHER CORNER I 96 J of is I. . . ' ' 2. ' ' . 3' . . . 3. 4. , ' - . ' . A 5. Realized the true value of the Huntor lHE HUMOR SECTION THE 1926 MP RCIAN Dedicated To '1 hose Who Have Observed 111 etxquette rules of Mount 'Vlercv Held the1r own and stayed 1n school Attamed thexr proper wexght and kept xt. Fndured the Latln Math course Section QS1gnedJ THE EDITOR . . . . Q - .. -t . -t .. - t . ... .. the fllDercian1l XXXEYYXHXXXXQXIHXBI 33 'l'3" T973 l- -K-in-in -K- - - -in-K Q9-Ku -Kg 1 an Q- QQQQQ gb 1 1 - QQ-Ig ,Qu u-lgQn-Qu-Q-Qqh-Q- QQQ QQQQQ Q 1 'nl-K-K-K-K-K-in K-l-i-l-l- -I , The Show Shoppe HE years theatrical season at the Mount has been a brilliant success All per formances were received with the greatest enthusiasm, especially that of the Paculty In Patience which was oft repeated during the year, and If It was at any time omitted, great regret was suffered by the student body A company Incorporated at the Mount as The Freshmen appeared regularly In Comedy ot Errors, afford Ing great enjoyment for all On Sunday and feast days the Boarders appeared In White Veils and were a pleasing sight The Juniors, a rather ego group, pre sented an occaslonal week day performance In Much Ado About Nothing T e Perfect System also gave unexcelled opportunity for those appearing In plays to show to full advantage the parts best suited to their pecullar talents Among the members of our All Star Cast, the following appeared frequently the foot lights Helen Anderson In Unbobbed Marguerite Perrin In Solace for All Irene Price In The Great Impersonation, Iulia Deeb In Lady Be Good Mary Urban In Sllence Clara lxirchoff III Blue Eyes Mary Golden In Please Be Qulet , an unnamed star found Reporting at the Desk a paying proposItIon Margaret Brose appeared III Swe tness amidst most appropriate settings and all were successful In the trying drama of Exams But the most triumphant success was presented by the Senlors In All s Well That Ends Well HEARD AT THE J S BAWQL ET My toast IS next I m so evclted Swallow your fan and keep cool 1Il51dC Elizabeth. Call me a cab. Obliging Gaines Waiter: You are a ca . Waiter: Did you order this sundae? Absent-Minded Alma: Have I been here that long? Teacher: 'Vow give me an example of coincidence. Ruth Jackoboice: My twin and I were born on the same day. Sister M. Aloysius: Why is English called the mother tongue." Mary: " 'Cause father never gets a chance at it." Grandpo: immy, I wouldn't slide down that banister.' immy: "Wouldn tg Oh, you couldn't. ' an an ae Sister M. Lucille: "When I correct a good paper it puts me in a good mood." Marie Wright: 'll Wonder if she's in the Indicative or Subjective mood now? as exe Ie A VEGETARIAN juniorf relatfng a Bible incidentj : "And there was a man sick of the parsley." 'K f H5 H Geraldine Host thinks that a fresh air fiend invented the hole in the doughnut. K251I'E0?I,l1'Igi A V Y - i i A YY i 3 Q , , 1 QI Q I I , L-I 2 : A 2 ' ' fl! - : J I 4 . I I r: g ' E . 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L L, !. x I I I I ' x A x I-3 H '-I-I-I-I -m-x-I-I-I- -l iw 3'3 xunuuunuds -u---3--3 3-3-3-1 15131313131- "3'3-3-3"D i933 G75SZZ P The 1 The N The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The Offiicer: "IJon't you ' Q1-:QQQMQIIE Wouldn't You Like- v i frankness of Helen Anderson, cheerfulness of Marion Billo, friendship of Margaret Brose, candor of Virginia Brown, good heart of Julia Deeb, sympathy of Mary Edwards, gayety of Mary Golden vocabulary of Dorothy Hermann, intelligence of Mildred Homrich, sweetness of Lillian jakeway, activity of Clara Kirchoff, dimples of Margaret Launiere, i perseverance of Margiierite Perrin, simplicity of Frances Perrin, style of Irene Price, confidence of Norine Rogers, amiability of Rosemary Taylor, voice of Bertha Wagner? if we an see that sign, 'Fine for Parking?" julia Deeb: "Yes, officer, I see it, and heartily agree with it." v . Librarian: "Was the Bertha: "Not as inte Ethel Carpenter think lieeman's. X NI ary Irene's N ightm -It -JK ik FACT VERSUS FICTION book interesting?" resting as the note some one left in it for a bookmark." . L as as as I s the Literary Digest is on the same shelf as VVrigley's and il? iii' if w are Cafter studying chemistry for a long time before going to bedj : "To the dickens with I3oyle's law, I won't vote for it." L Knowing what everyb ing it makes life more enjo -lk -ll! -lk- ody thinks about is makes life more interestingg not know- yable. i Deeb: "I want a pair of tennis shoes for gym." Clerk: "For jimg why, I though your brother's name was George ?" 1 lf:.s:.x:i:sx:x:n:sx:a::.i:4i: 533-2225 , 15991, V , , Y he flbercian ,mr-"""'m:t.,.af G i s-Q -a s i s- -t Q-Q Q Q s Q Q 1 HIGHLIGHTS NAME WHERE FOUND PECULIARITY DOROTHY NEVVITT With "Don" Size of feet PEGGY PERFITT Ask "Rene" Modest look EILEEN TOBIN At home Blushing LAURENE VVALTERS On 4th Studious looks HELEN ANDERSON At the "Mount" Long hair GEORGIA BROWN ln her place Unassuming V. LASKOVVSKA ln study hall Thinking BETH FRUTCHEY At the foot Loquacious S. IQOVVALEVVSKI Typing Diminutive stature A. BECHTOLD CHARLOTTE 3X7EAVER ANNE BYRNE M.ARY GOLDEN MARION BILLO ETHEL CARPENTER HELENE NICCARTHY MARGUERITE PERRIN ULETINE RElLl.Y MARGARET NEVVITT ELEANOR MACCALVLEY MARGARET BROSE MILDRED HOB'IRICH EILEEN BAUSER LUCILLE SHAEFER At beauty parlor At the piano With "Ulie" ln refectory With "Clara" Most any place We wonder Studying ln the "Rec.l' ln library By herself ln her place Studying Latin Talking to Eleanor Where she should be Dramatic ability Her walk Auburn hair Being a Senior Red cheeks Lingo Disposition Height Dancing Good nature Smiling Modest look F reckles Angelic expression Silence 1 "O" 3333 33333 51003 K K l l K --K-K-K-I-K-K-l-Q-A-l K K K K K K K K fliibe flbercianll HIGHLIGHTS OCCUPATION IS LIKELY TO BE Enjoying life Unclaimed Caught by Cupid Writing notes Undecided Music teacher Studying Herself Ask her Chemistry Short but sweet Heart breaker Translating Virgil Ambitious A surgeon's Wife Solitude Pleasing A success Answering Questions Small A schoolma'am Enjoying life Care free Renamed Curling hair Independent A debater Teaching French Clever Novelist Tickling ivories Young Musician Conducting meetings Popular A dutiful wife C U Warbling Mary Golden Old maid ' Bookkeeping Industrious A nurse Blufling A freshie A Sophomore Filling dates Slender Remains to be seen Thinking of August Studious Teacher ' ' - Amusing others A colleen A farmer's wife"' Making up Long Cook for two Making others happy Small Chorus girl .Translating French Sweet maid Someone's daughter-in-law Giving book reports A shark No tellin' Studying music Modern girl Something exciting Powdering A special kind Domesticated "W I 1 3 3 3 Y-1-3"3"X-3'3'3"'l"l"1 3 3 3 I 5 3'1 H-5'3-1-3-3"3"3"l-3'5-3-3 3 I X 5 3 5 I 3 I f IOI 1 Q-l- l-Q-L-Q- K- -in-K - ,. WPK- -K-K-I-I 2-K- L- -Q-I - - -K-Q-1 ini -K-l- , In -K-K-K -K-K-K-K-K ' AG.-G- -le -K-l-i- -Q- ADELAIDE BECHTOLD HELEN ANDERSON DOROTHY BOLTHODSE MARION BILLO MARGARET BROWN MARGARET BROSE ANNE BYRNE VIRGINIA BROWN EVELYN DESHONE JULIA DEER ELIZABETH FRUTCHEY MARY EDWARDS IRENE JORGENSON MARY GOLDEN MARY IRENE KOLSINSKI MILDRED HOMRICH DOROTHY HERRMANN MARGARET LEWIS LILLIAN JAKEWAY REGINA MCCARTHY CLARA KIRCHOFF MARGARET LAUNIERE HEDWIG RIENISCH ..........., FRANCES PERRIN ...,........ LUCILLE SCHAEFER ,.,..,,,,,,, MARGUERITE PERRIN .,.,..... CATHERINE SNYDER ............ What 1' hev Smg Sweet Adeline The Only Only One Don t Wake Me Up Let Me Dream Thanhs for the Buggy Ride Brown Eyes Sweet Lzttle Mary .lane Who? 4'-? Truly I Do .lust a Sailors Sweetheart Theres Nothing On My Mind By the Light of the Stars Mon Homme Then Ill Be Happy I Want a Little Lofvzn Sweet Child Always Yearnzng I Love My Baby That Certain Party Lznger Longer Letty Im Szttzn On Top of the World Some Girl I Never Knew Alabama Shores Five Foot Two .. ...,,,,,. Sleepy Time Gal .. ......... ...,.... ........ ..,..,.. .......,,.,,. T e a f or Two GIQRTRUDE STREAMERS ..........., ....,..t...............,,.,.........,............................... I Dont Think So ROSEMARY TAYLOR .,...,........ LAUREEN WALTERs .......... BERTHA WAGNER .............. DOROTHY WHEATON ............ NORINE ROGERS .....,.......,.,, .. ....... Say Mister Have You Seen Rosies Sister? O Harold Jealous Whose Who Are You? No No Nora Down In the Rec Room 5-I-x-x-I-x-x-x-s-x-x-x-w - - -w-I-I-5-I-x -x- -x-I-x -x-I-1-I-s m-5 -w -s CHARLOTTE WEAVER, '28. Way down in the "rec" rooms, So far away below, You can hear the children's voices So very soft and low. Cha-hal The "vic's" a-going nicely, The dancing is in sway, But shucks, there goes the gong- It's always in the way. 3 5- "'i"i , , KT T T P 5' E 5 -G , E G E 'I' ,, W - 4' G 225 .G 5,1 if 5 E :E ' I l-5 5: E 5? 7 'z :g 5 :: , so 1 -I :, : :: ' G 'E i 7-:E : 55 I ' g E ii Z as I .: E E5 gz'-N :' : - -: -: H 1 : - :1 ': 1 2: : -2 ,s 2 - 'a s me s , I 2 HE 355 EE NE 55 ::' : 2: :: : -1 ::2 1 I: :: : 'tt 1:-5 'IE 2 E E NLE : - ': : : 1 'I : E 5: : 1 " ., - I5 5 : . :: : : ' Q E I E EE E M E l 2 - E : 5 . -E5 E E l " ' : I '., :: ': 1 I " 2, 5 E - EE 5 ' ' .. . ,. ., :: -. G G G: A , G .: A: G " ' I :E ' 'G E '-.: ' H G 'E I ' I G u ' 5 GG.....GGGG..GGGGG.GGGG.GGGGGGGGG l G G G G G . G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G , l 3 3 3-3-3-3- -5-3-3-3 31 1,1 -3-3-3-3-5- 3 .... 1 -3-3-3 -3 3 5- 3 -5- - '5 x n-I -3-3-3-1-is-1 -j -5-3-5-yu: 'U-I-3-3 nip--Y W - -V fl02j so so A s aaglliibe flbercian l ' f What Would Happen If- i Mary Golden lost her voice? 'i Helen Anderson stopped writing to one in Canada? lx Margaret Lewis should grow? y Laurene Walters decided she didn't like anyone that is English? X' Peggy Perfit wasn't a "shadow?" I Dorothy Bolthouse recited when she was supposed to? Virginia and Lillian had a quarrel? Margaret Misner stopped smiling? l julia Deeb came to school on time? The jacoboice twins got enough sleep? ii Margaret Newitt didn't go to Mount Mercy? Marie Rau neglected to go to the dining room? Anyone skipped first period in the afternoon? .X Mary Edwards didn't have charge of something? V Itiargaret Brown failed in Latin? lx f Vivian stopped studying? Ethel Carpenter didn't ring the bell on time? l Elizabeth and Irene lost affection for music teachers and the Newitts? ,p ai is an l WANTED: li More debates on Mt. Mercy's curriculum. Less Plays for Miss Roark to direct. 'I More humor for Marguerite Perrin. y A joke for Sister Rita to laugh at. ti A "big" brother for Helen Anderson. I More F rolics for Seniors to attend. l, j Less "gym" for stylish stouts. 'N -g A new book of slang for Sister M. Reginald. I A new poise for Dorothy Herrmann. I ,l Less noise for Mary and Julia. ' y '? A An Irish suitor for Irene Price. A new giggle for Rose Taylor. ii More spunk for Margaret Launiere. y I Less music for Norine Rogers. i' A play room for our F reshies to romp in. I -E A chain for M. Rau to be led with. ix' J A roommate named "Georgia" for Charlotte Weaver. y ' A sister named "Lucille" for Laureen Walters. i l J M. R. E., '26 ly .I v .! X I .! l l il I I - - x-- - m-- - -x-x- m -x-m -w- x-m m s-3-x-5 1-m-x- -5- - 3 x x 3 from 'X..,2X.. K' Y,,. GROVVING I'P X .,., , ,... x..1 51043 - T , W W .-rg. My 1 , I 'W w 7. 1 .I II U Il lf WAV f 115A-i i :wrif f f 177 'Y VA! W: if f f :X H ' I .I I1 LI H I FIRE LIFE I H H 1 If k LeRoy G. Wmwy ll I ,Il . 5 I W1they Insurance Agency g H I 7 11 II I INSVRANCIS DEALERS 1 F I 13 AII Lines I gl H I: KIILLIUN DOLLAR COMPANIES UNLY 1 lg N 301 Federal Square Building 1 H X Jlurr Than ,lv'Zi'lfllfj'-fiflfl' Ywlrx on Pmrf Sirwl TI il H I .II"I'mIoBILE SIIRETY BONDS I I1 X XI II , I 1 H F W W X I1 I Calumet Tea 81 Coffee Co. I 409-11 W. Huron St. l 5 I CHICAGO ' U T I 11 F I I H I I I 9 "THE ARISTON LINE' , I1 I 11 I U I II E1 YI I". R. CLARK, xvllifhigllll Rf'p1'1'.I'4'11l fl 1 IE I I I f I ET I I I1 f ,-e--1 I - -I ,I ,I 1 - I ,I .E':'141:'Q:'?F"ix?'":":':'f'pE'5':"'DE'33fm:f'Lw:5':'?f'5:'i'g'3:'m:'5:'w5"3:'3Zm5'n:' 11053 D. -mmlliibe fllbercian lliaggagiaaaaa,aaaafgaaagaamam Serve 17 and you ii 6 pleezfe all W l KELLY'S Ice Cream Dial 51600 D ELILAH Marcel Shop H airbobbing and Shampooing EXPERT WORK You're Next L. E. VANDERHILL, Prop Dial 82149 800 Bridge St Real Estate and Insurance 218 Murray Bldg. Grand Rapids, Mich. 3062 ' . Dial 65568 E. Golde Compliments of i ' Golden 8: Boter ' "D "D A D" " " ' ' 'M' W' '-" K ' W' ' ' ' U5-oi-UQLG-15-QLfL-al--:Y-ap-4 b-4 -X-4 l-AY-aiin-0354243-0-4 i 1 Ill - , - Q L g 'wi il I1 ii H i 3. H li 11 . ll F ii- 11 5 3 . ll ' if u U QU Pl 5' fb ? v-z rw is m 3 fi-ff gi 51 i i "We Cure Your ' i Battery 1115" w i Creston A Battery Service V L. A. DORNAN, Prop. Dial 7-1380 Cl o NO if E. D :n 2 ca. 3' 4 9 Z F7 C3 "1 DJ D Q- FU SD 'E. Q- vm F: . P' 'E 1 Y v I ll 1 R. E. Derrick Fred A. Voss i Dial 65-846 lx! E i I EI - WATSON 'i HARDWARE . I El General Hardware U 'A i and 1 i Sporting Goods 618 Bridge St., N. W. i .... - - L,-, '51:.'ff'2":'. , Q 5 E :- FE. 'Fl CD -55 . Real Estate Q f Insurance CU! er ,I X' :FAI -milf-:f.1:ff:Q:r:if:1. l il 5 800 Bridge St. N. 'U i Telephone 87-547 E i . cw , 1, Citizens Phonic 65-320 i I i I Lamberton ' Lake Ice Co. fn H 5 NATURAL ICE l W all 1 360 Scribner Ave., N. W. I Joseph Voss N X 'N A .Ui l7,- YY A A . f if-.ff l. Il lu5 lksirgmppmuraxzixrfxzarppugramrgmxqpuppnzfmpnnmnxzuzmmimmmmmmmmn I lf1071 F -'-'fiIGZhe flbercianjl' It f .I I RED TOP CAB Co. I f-, ,f M , -, , ,- I F' I- I I I' L I Phone Dial 9-4333 'I i' f' I I I I I I I I P In better shape than ever to give h I. prompt service h i- I' I' 'I' I I' I A YELLOW CAB Co. I' I Phone Dial 4633 jh g' ' i' f' I I I' I I ' L I 1- Complimertts of L '- White Engraving Co. 1 g 3 3 3 'YW-5-3-3-3-3"i-3'S-3-5'3-3-lil-3-I-5-3-W 'I-5-3"3-5-3-3 ' 1-3-3-3-3'3-3-1'-I I' I I 133 3 L I I' L I I L I I' !. I l I I r L I !- A I 1 I I- I I- I I I- I 123 3 nv- en, 3 ev he pe- nag ,- I. L .I Yf1081 Y V Y II nz Wfzen zn Need 0 PI UMBING OR HEAIINCJ C 111 Automatle 69804. GEORGE L W l'Ryl! PH EN EY 515 Lrneoln ive N W QRe1r Grand Raplds YOUR FRIENDI Y I DECORA FORS I I Bruggema 1 5 81 Ludwlg v .1 I! I II , V Phone 65532 I I I Ir' , - ,Y A Over 53 Yeary 206 Monroe Ave VV have g' en you C randparelt' .Ol r aren s sa is ac or servi e. Let us serve you also. VVe carry the leading Pianos, like the Bald- wir ard others. Victrolas, Band ms rumer s, eet l rsic an Books. F RI E D R IC H MUSIC HOUSE 206 Monroe Ave., N. W. I W- -,- -- -- elliibe !ll3ercianII:m.,,Q,,rP"Je'r'H"' I! 5 5 5 ,N 1' I .! I I It I I It , 'I' 4 . I y I I xl I y , I, I' ' hx ' I -x I .I I I 0 I , I I or in 1 rice Iig I I! I I I I . . -I I E A xg, LY- . l 5 I I I W, If 5, ,ev 5 5 1, 5 Y O O E5 E- I ' ' ' I I I I I .! II I I I ' I I I I J I I I I I I J I Ht W ' I I I I H . 1 I I I I I I I e IV r 1 I s, I I I I v I P r t f t y c I I II I I ' I ,I ' 1 1 , -:I I N I ll t It Sh 'VII d I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I, I .I , I I x:s:a:u:ix::Jqsgxx:: 5 Iv, Y, Y, , from lliihe flbercianjl e 1 I I p 1 1 V , 1 .L 1 I I I J I 1 ' I 1 p J ul The Hotel Morton is operated on the "Golden Rule" plan. Its facilities include efvery modern ' eonfvenienre of high grade hotels Q t t f g t F 1' -even o ax: ans zn ues I ' room 1 ' The Morton Hotel Hlahe reservations now at Grand Rapids newest ana' fnest Hotel rl he Morton offers 4oo IUXUTIOUS and eomfort- able guest rooms Wlth tub or shower at prices ranbmg from 552 oo up double rooms propor- tlonately moderate To be assured of the best xx r1te at onee for aeeommodanons GRAND RAPIDS W CHARLES TACK ART Mgr 'S 1 XI'-I 52 ZZEEBZIEIIJZD 1 1 1 l I 1 1 I 1 ll 1 A I 1 1 1 7 1 I ' . 1, V . I I W1 1 ' 7 I 1 l , 1 I 1 a 1 1 A A ' 1 p . I ' 9 v 11 1 U' . 1x i l 7 1 . N :X ,' . ., ' u .I 1 I 1 1 I I1 1 1 , n1MORlO HOIEL I 1' 1 1 1 hl l l ', . I Ig , . 1 I1 1 ,, -, Q V2 11 fee: t -1 t ,def e - o , 1 ' I 51103 A535511555':A'71'.'?.i:f?i?!1C'!':i'11':!C1C1':1gKC'K'?1G':iC29iI Ube flbetcia n 1133 11 'QE' ,-:1e:':f.s:.ff:1-:xeze-1-:an ':Q:v:v:v:':fe:f:Q:Q:xP:e1f:-:um 5:19 'IVIS ':'.':L2f'j ':S'?S .-JZ! '17- f:Q:51Q: .'2K'?i'1'2!5'!"'i"L' Il H 11 U U I. !T Van Winkle Q cover for th1S. annual was created by The DAVID J. MoLLoY co. 2857 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois G., mu-U Ma. cum Inari nm. wa. ...vm .. -M kdm Ud- COMPLIMENTS of fl FRIEND 3:a5:m:'.:n.:x.aun::.x:s:n:.r..z:.exax2r.5:0:a1:. 1 1 LOMPI IMENTS 0 rhf FRESH MAN i CLASS 1 1 J 1 J W1 ul " 1 I .I 1 1 1 1 1 '1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, , .I -I 1 E! 1 5 1 ,I 1 J 1 1 X. 1 .I .I I HGbe flbercianlli 1111 A - , I , 1 , A, 1 X1 1 q 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 11 ,I 1 1 I 1 1 1 .I W1 -' 1 V .4 11 1 jf 1 .I 1 ll 11 ,I 1 1 g 1 -! 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 ul i - A ii 5:-4'1Id:1 II 11123 4 1 1 F FZEQEQGQREQGI QEQQEQEQEL-Eaaiafacfgegiliibe flDercian1l'l 'i'Ti'?i':fi' I l , I I I 1 I XI I ' I A , I ,XIX M ,jjj CoMPI,IMEN'I'S I . V I of fl 6 - M271 I M41 I 1 i FRIEND I , I ' Mid va.-..,..,' 3 1? IN U04 : t IL,2,f4-441 " 'II 11 1 A ,I Greenhoe f A. B. O,Bf1CH I' ' I FUNERAL ' I DIRECTOR I FUNERAL l I III I DIRECTORS ' I, I E I ' I 343 jefferson Ave., S. E. f 1 I I I Grand Rapids, Mich. I I I 4-K ,A --, ,f- -- EI ', , K ,, , I I ,I "J" Ag-" f- - - f--4- f-I--QM I . xaQmnI-I-.gIqu:5:s.:nIHLI:I5ar:xa3:.Hu::s52:.I-uJm:u:x::.- .. -Imuznaxzsxznz 51133 I! 'I 5222511-TIIUDQ flD6l?Ci3llHT I ' T' i U U afev P 1-P- P.. a P H I' I, E U ' RED STAR Q . T O i l ,li Q Thus. P. Newitt xl U d R pf -,fc i l' Gasoline eiielifiiimg 3 R DETROIT li 3 3 V , I H A WHITE STAR T 'E P Gas I hx S O R R 3 li ll STOVE COMPANY I1 T Ll g , l C W I L li S U T T H Ill J H if The H. Reinisch Pipe Organ CO. Y ll L1 I I u l Build f high gr d El ' and Tubular Pneumatic Church, H I U W 1 E ,ll Residence and Theatre Q I li PIPE OROANS ll Experts in Repairing, Tuning I lil ' cl R h 'lding ,l H 1 . H l OL kp ami 2 5 l h m Q H ,l Electric Blowers installed 1, i 1' 43 Richards Ave., N. VV. I I Dial 6-9228 ' THE REINISCI-I OROAN Grand Rapids, Mich. l Q1 EI l ll Ll I I rbi: B-Aiaiifllli A L-ATEJQZEZ ' ' "1-35333034-IT 'T' '34l"'SI0Z2J:433f"'E35i51A'3i4E2h"'143313121i me 'I.4 pun I-.--. I... I-Q V Y I-if Y I 114 3 Hcbe metcianll L L Compliments L of I 1 L ibbelink Market 1 L I L L 1 L ibbelink Market 1228 Bridge St. A I P' L L LL I f I L L L L L I I I' L L L m L L I I T L! L L L L I I I i' f' IL L L L L I I I L I I T X I L I I L i' ' T I L I I 1' L I I L I L L I' L L L L LLIIL If ,IV T Z I I I I I-I-I-I'3-I-I'I-I-3'I"'I"'X-I"'I"I-I"3"I-3'3--'S-I-I-I-3"1-3-I-I-I-I-3-I 1:1151 ittbe nnercianiguaueeaufeam.-A ettaefamee ma ,V , , . .. N I1 i 1 X . A Q i A. Frutchey, Pres. H. Frutchey, Sery. J. Frutchey, Treat. 1 I 1 Swartz Creek Grain o. l GRAIN, BEANS, HAY and WOOL X li Specialties: Choice Hand Picked and Roller Picked Beans, Choice Nlilling Wheat, Natural Oats GAINES, MICH. 3 i TA' 'O O 'ae r .fer Us W rzfe Tom' BZOg7"dpflj! 1' I U 1 7 Aga ,e....,--,..,,,....-,,- ,... .,,, y -that part which narrates your successful y career. For what shows your steady march 'IT to success better than a bank book. il ' And remember that most successes are ,i founded on small beginnings. l ,W -.--- ll . . . Grand Rapids Savings Bank A "The Bank Where You Feel at Home" 1 Resources over f25,000,000.00 l 'E 16 Convenient Offices lII im? .B AA 5:'1:t5:L5i'LfiF:5?'3:333:3:'EF'55f5?'325:'3:'2F1::l:'YiF' " 51161 p agdaaaamdgaaaaaaeaaaaaaaagalllbe !lDetCial1ll:im" I 1 l I r 1 l p Ihe Food's Great 1 Keep tfze Cold, Snot and 1 ' - 1 -przces rezzsunrzblc 7905! OW 11 l 1 W1 1 l Install ".lnn'ric'an II'indu.fiitz"' all- ' l 1x metal VVeather Strips and save on your 1 W1 1' coal bills, make your -house-cleaning lk l 1 easier, get more comfort from your 1 m 1 heating plant and protect your furnish- ' ,Af I ing and draperies from the outside dirt, Y Y soot and dust. 1 Q? N A l arms l, , Storm-proof, Dirt-proof, Leak-proof X 1 1 1 and Rattle-proof l l, 1 I 1' Made and Installed Only by 1 I 1 American Metal 1 '1 1 Weather Strip Co. 1 H 1 111.11 Sl-QI6 1 l 1 1 1 1' 1 1 l 1 45 Monroe Ave. 1 144 N. Division Ave., Grand Rapids ,L Y ,, 1 Y, Y 1 tl' l 1 1 P. B. Gast 8: Sons Co. 335-341 Lexington Ave., N. W. I SOAPS, HOUSE CLEANING, LAUNDRY I 1 1 l l l ltl W AND IANITOR SUPPLIES NVE DELIVER liEilCI'j'f!IIl'lQ for Clefzfzifzgn ll A'iQ E E.. PYP L11773P I 'PPP ,E . Ti'-z'iIGbe flbercianll, I 'ijgmaaaeimm fu iii iiuiiiii E ii iii E A ii E ii i ii A ii A ri ii All I! l NI Office Phone Dial 67139 421 Scribner Ave., N. W. g I JOHN M ACAULEY I I ' In Q I i CONTRACTING Ii ' HEATING AND. VENTILATING ENGINEER I L I l I li I l l Steam, Hot Water, Hot Blast Vacuum Systems 4 I Q I OIL BURNER APPLIANCES EoR HEATING SYSTEMS I IV I L- -- A-A fe- I A I I I ' A ' ii A ll L ' I I CbmpkW2 I Subsfuwwn i I A store that has grown for l K gil ,I 'Hag IIIILII-I I ii aig,11III'Q I Nu o LIIII Il LI .II l"-'f-f"'i"'l5 ,Aa H X yy YI I sixty-thfree years in the es- G RA N D RAPIDS I teem o its customers must li have a good policy. This is I NATIUNAL BANK ours W l I I l ' Extends to the lI "Your complete' lx I satisfaction" I CLASS 0F 1926 i lf l ' il lzeartiest com ratulations I I I l I J i f Paul Steketee I ana' best wishes for a I , ' I successful future , and Sons l I I I 3 I ll X l .QZPQQ Y i ' ii iijiii E Y f1l8ij - 1 1? 4 4 1 I1 1 1 il J 11 il 11 1'f114fazfi:i:1:Qa91'aQs+,Q1i1eaiQ1Q4z.:1:1z51.Q1'?1a:Q3H Ebe !lDerCia111IT.:'Z+1?1'Q, li Y 11, 11- 1 1 1 1 11 , J 111, 1 ll 1, 11 11 X, Y ,I 1 1 WW 1' 21' V CONll'LIMIxN 1 S 1x HJ Hi V UF 1 1 1' ia 1 11 1' I1 T 1 11 1? V , ' 1211 1 I I l Z l I I 1, 1 5 ' 1 11" 1 1 11 111 1 U1 1 ll 1 'LI 1 1 I 1 1 I uf ' 1 111 1 l 1 YN Ll H Vi li 11' , - , '1 il , I3 ' 4 11' 1ll .1 , - j 1 , H 1' U 1 i 1 11 7 3 111 1111 f 1 111 ll 1 ' 1 Y , 111 , Haney School Furmture Co. . 11, 'F 1! 1! ,xx 1 , Grand Rapids, Mich. 1 E1 ' i ' 1 Ll 1 1 12 1 1 L1 1 1 ,' W 1 , Ii ' 1x 11 ,1 If 111, 111 1 1f Q1 ,111 Wfritc 11.1 for f7I'jl'CJ' 1 l- 1 . Y ' Xl: , on your l'CfIllll'Cl'llfCI7f.V I N, 1 1 31 111 1 1 ,gf I, 1 1 V N1 ' L,,,, 1 - Y , ,v A 1, , ,-,,, Y 1,1 f 1 1 '? 1 12fEf'f'Ff5f'3f'XTf3i'3f5'5'Yf'E3ff5Qfff"Tf'fjxf'5iL'f'1f'iF''f'?3f3T?3Z?'l'?fi'EYfE'ff5'TiiF'f?ffTfffff5'F'f1:fTj1 11191 D Milne mercianlgmms 64 ' -1 1' 2 lr 2 COMPLIMENTS I Il FRIEND 1 1 l 4 l T l 1 6 11 Phone can 1 will a.v.rure you l l of the best 1 , KS' ll 10 4398 llll QUALITY COAL and First Class SERVICE Clt Coal 1 W, and Coke Co X j1mes C Qumlan Mgr A l l 512 Bridge St uth Sde ot Street C1111 foal mal'es warm rzends Grmnel Bros and 435 F6 13 31 l F nn v-lU-'BL"1- MES file llfusze Center Grand Rzzpzds 26 28 Worth DIVISIOII Frank Courtrlght Pzesuzptzon D1 uffffzst 1232 VV Brldge Qor Valley C land Raplds 'Vhch Phone 66 686 '5 3 3 If 2 1 1 1 l l 1 1 W lf ' aka , N 1 1 Q W Q ,J ,' ' IIA , fff?X 1 . ,. ' , . A-M 'lug' , l X l - 433i':'f7:::g:'.3a 1 1 tl so i ' 6 ' L :N ' 1 Y'.Xf Y f . e -yr Y fs 122-f 2 Yi -2, 1, 2- f-W.-ff 6 , 1f-frff 6 -, 6 2 if 2 6, Q, f - ,efw 4-ei eve , 22 6, is 2 21? ,' . A - l 1 l - C 1 I '1 1 ,l - fi l Q A Af LN 1 fl f VVI, :N . , . W' ' , ' , ' 1 ' M- , ,,,- 'f"4n1,'QQ , ' : A' 1! 1, 1:1 l g-111 1 1 1, - ' " 1 Je? ' 'HP 1 lull 2 '1 '1 1 . 11? F 11 1 1 ll 1 1 wi 11 lmwrigigilj 1,1 1 1 1 1,3 5 ,,,1,.1.1.,11111.1111 11 l '1 l '1 j l!1! '1!EQI V l nl ! ' Lvl 1 --, I-.l,,. !-Q l , , J-M 4gg5gw:j:.f2 , ' l ' . ' ll X j . . of V 1! 1 1 6 A . . . , '1 - 1 V 1 24-772, f ,A ,js ,Q Qi 7, J f 2- is Y, ,ffri 3 5 --3-3-3-3-5-31-3-3-.3-y-5-3-3-3-3 Q--3-3 -j Y -y-3-y y- -3 3 5-j-.3-y-3-y 3 3 I l 120 KE If fl 16 'I 1 II l,U ,, I fwkfzlgalfy Ifjeadlhg Store i ll I in E H Church Goody mu! Relzgiouf u0z'12'leJ Ii .11 I , I You will not find in the New York or Chicago Stores any I better, or as good a variety of Religious Goods, as right in I Grand Rapids. No matter what you Want, for Church, I Academy, School or Home, We have it. We take pride in keeping our store up to date, and solicit your patronage. U l I ll I I I li I I I, I E F. II. MCGOUGH sl soN 501 IDIVISION AVEv, So. ' , 1 I A77 YYY, YAAl l ill I Il Il ,Il I l, I I I I I I I1 , I l I John Sexton 85 Co. I I i il, . ......... ..--.. .................. ,---.------..-1 H ,r WHOLESALE GROCERS I L """""""" 1 "'"""""""""""""' ' ii , cHIcAcIo , l I I, ,p F iz--1 , '-'-A--T '- , 'p -' 'fi , ', -'--,-iv' ,--,V -'--if' ,, '-- - l .E'DPHQiFHFiQwQmi3p?QH:m?Fppgf4ippl:ppQmpm::r'E - - 51211 GeaugaCzaaigaggcca-gaaaggdaeggilGbe !ll5eI'CiaI11lgI"'Z1fI?""'-,1,:.I't-' I -I ll ' EMM Wwe fID2rCiaH1l1'e1:gs 'A Aim' We mmm! do all ffze work, 50 we by fo do file 6651. Phone Dial 4650 and our Blue Truck will call G' Q 4 L 5 Y f 1 .U,,, :in .3,. .,.1 .""' .. : M 211 2f AA12'i"f' C LEANERS is-gnvens A m mnm::F 51223 F v.QiQR:x:r:xF v:lc:xv:1QfvQ3txELExc:Ic:xv:xx:fe:.':x:rF F metcian 'l A FOSTER STEVENS S1 Co ll Q ' 9 l CAMPAU SQUARE l I, l, SPORTING GOODS 11 Q Tennis and Golf l KITCHEN WARE lt ALUMINUNI XVARE-ENAMELED WARE PYREX GLASS-IRON STOVES-RE FRIGERATORS-AN DIRONS l, SILVER WARE I1 l STERLING-SILVER PLATE OLD ENGLISH BRASS li 'll A ll F C1 F1 1 , iel , ower and Garden il 1, Buttercup Bread l Seeds, Lawn Grass Seed T and Pastry Shop and Fertilizers, Sprayers and Spray Materials. QUALI FY Q y ORNAMENTAL YARD AND , BAKED GOODS ,y FIELD FENCING E I OF ALL KINDS 'N fur! the things you need now U ly for Lawn and Garden N Arnold N. Sonneveldt, Prop. 4' , S C H A N I , . .1 'N l y il 936 Bndge Street, N. W. ll Implement CO' A 1 Phone 67351 l y Cor. Front and Bridge l w f 123 I"""':""'WiIIZISbe flbercianll' no 1 W F I I ,, Y ,, - I T I 'LI fl I! ' I L 'I L I I I I ILL if I, I IL I I, I CONHHlMENTS I I of the 'L I' L I L W IN E G 4 I FURNITURE Co. I I I I I I I f I! 1 tx I I I! LI I I I I I I 1 LI L' f I I L I! I IL, I Y f- YV Y Y YY: Ig g- I A I I L I I A LT L I NN I I I ' ' I L I LI L as I I 'I ,- I II I I . I' II L I J I at 'L I L r 1 1 ' I A I I IT IS II-H1 WISH of Herpo1she1mer's that II : L L I , each ensuing year will be for you an echo of I' g, I if I ' I NI I, the happ1est moments, and most successful, of Q I of your school days. IL L' 4 Y f W XI I I 1 " 1 0 ', I I L I CYDO SIXGIIIXGI' O. I i T I WESTERN MIcI-IIsAN's GREATEST s1'oRE I' L I I W! L I' 3 I I I I L I U! , I I I I I .L I f I! :Q L' II . I I ' LI L an I L I IL' f -g , ,- , - f ,F-A , p f' ff' : - -' - T-'I Y ff- -A - ff- 'Y -A - f f- 'L i- II .1 I F I U Q - -I "H -' -I-f -f- -I-I -I- I- -I-H - -I I-I-H -I I-I -If 51243 4 1.-t-,HaaiztragaaeaaataagflgaagaaaggllChe flbercian llr' ,,......-.-- ,, il!! Lincoln Barber Shop i035 Bridge St. lVe .rpefinlize in all .rtylvs of l,na'ie.r' Cutting Haircut ,.,.,.......,........,....,.......,..., 35C Children's Haircut ....,...,,.. 350 Lincohi Beauty Parlor Dial 52-874 Nlareelling .,..,............,,........,.. 750 Shanzfvoning, Farials, llmzl 7'!'l'll1lIll'lIf.1' and fllalrirlzring C0H14f7ll7l1l'llf.4' of Electropure Creamery Co. l 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 l HERBERT W3 LBHNEN DEALRR IN Grain, Hay, Flour and Feed Coke, Coal and Wood Cor. Emperor St. and N. Y. Central R. R. W4 l 4 If You Have Friends They Should Havre Your Pfzotogrfzph A photograph is a gentle remin der of friendship. Not that the giving of a por- trait needs an occasion. Ar any time it's a gentle, graceful way of acknowledging friendships. FAINGOLD STUDIOS In the Gilbert Bldg. Phone 5I9I9 it 7777- --- YYY- 'A ljlllllll' 06063 for i1fIf50ilIflIll'IIf KlRKWO0D'S Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor Expert Haireutting, Shanipooing, Nlarcelling, Curling and Dyeing 750 Fourth Street, N. WV. Rear of Corner of Stocking David Stoll lfarl U. Stoll D. TOLL 81 SON Dry Goods Menls Furnishings and Footwear CH1I,lJREN'S READY-TO-VVICAR l l l 4 4 l l l 'fa LI 11 il 11 il .I ,I H 41 El H L1 U ll 41 LI d H il Ll 11 J ,I J rl il 11 ll ll 41 11 l 4 4 4 l 4 4 l 4 4 l 4 4 l 4 4 l ll 11 4 ll ll :I :I J LI 5 a o o 41 il a E1 4 4 44 Ll ill 1 3 .I Ll J 11 u o 3 .1 H Ll il l 14 14 41 1 u.ur.:.r..:.uL.:14.r..:.:n:.::n:o.:.mia.:mummurac.14.4.i.ni:.x:ti4n4:.'.a44.'.r:.:.:ai.m.au.i4.x.:.4.:ixLl l, C cicfcfcxcll U be me rc i 3 n 'U tee ff- we i e e - -A A i . , i , l y Endllylng GW! L The Camera Shop, Inf. 2 Of Gfflffwffbff l .i 21332Ti,f'13f??hi?5?ifif? y ryingp 0- 1! , graphic-professional, amateur and N VVhen she opens your N commercial. A scientific equip- ' gfaflllflflflll PHTCCI, let the W ment-microscopes, projection ap- I1 1 gift be one that lasts-as ' . . U i , . y paratus, etc. F N enduring as the devotion , ' E it expresses. , 3, Artists' materials and school art tl XVC invite you to See Om- tl supplies - educational materials, , unusual display of Dia- N ' kindergarten and primary-teach- monds, Watches and , eff 'dx-. U Jewelry articles for the S al S Soni? or personal adorn- N il, TVVO STQRES ien . i X ,Q 16 llonroe Avenue and 11 'X f N 21 Sheldon Avenue li ' Either Enlranzfe i E R K N E R, q V U if 1 I4 MONROE AVE. ly The Camera Shop, Im-. . L- L- L 6 sc- aa ji 5 ce L L- La 6 i U X Establivhed 1870 J 1' 1 - f i P J Mchvoy , W 1 ix, o o U atthew il l 310 W. Baltimore St. i y Sgh fnldt f l Baltimore, lXld. Il l - T i li I1 'N 444. Bridge Street, lX. XV. , I V V I Wh I I D1 I . I? W c?rand Rapids, Michigall ll lx lllf7Ulff7 lllll 0 F50 F III Fl It N' ix ' Nun's Serges, Nun's Veiling, i lylerino Cashmere Dimity. l Ill ' - - ' ' . ff""ff1ff"'f' 'N Hosiery and all Community U ll DISIIIICYIVC i 1, Necessities- ' i Granite Memorials l A l Altar Linen, Lace Albs, Lace Sur- TELEPHONE V ,X plices, Lace Rockets and orrrciz 65-348 RESIDENCE 68-562 px y Altar Laces' I Il M i - 5 i E 1 You 7' Patronage Cordmlly X' Sperizzl rlrprzrtlzzent for Altar Boys' , ,l SOHCHBLZI 'N Casro1'l's and Surplivex lt L, Y Y ,JL Y, 7:77 All W Y A Y V Y W Y, ,,Y Y , 5 126 m,mag:J,gm m,f,n o 'F gomaaadlihe !lbercianl1g2..Qr'-f-J KIEFER'S ' GARAGE Open-7 to 3 Sundays-10 to I2 Auto Repairing Gasoline, Oils and Accessories Battery Service, Generator Repairing Radiator Repairing and Welding Dial 54284 Fulton and Delony GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. GVNS AMINIUNITION Leo O'Riley Dealer in I-Iardware, Tinware, Glass, Oils, Eavetrough and Tin Roofing Expert Phonograph Repairing vin 701 Fulton St., VV. Cor. Gold Ave. Dial 68164. I ,NA ,Y - ,, Yu MCCARTHY and SIMON 7-9 lVest 36th Street, New York Uniforms, Caps, Gowns Hoods Gymnasium Apparel 7 I Camp Uniforms USE NUCOA "The Food of the Future" It has no equal for Flavor, Purity, Cleanliness, Vitamin A, Uniform- ity, Nutrition and Economy. For mfr at your gro4'vr'r I. VAN NVESTENBRUGGE Distributor "w':fCmHUbe flbercianllf s W s Dl " '54 ' ' ' s' Q' s s W. x Y W WL ff' nfl, JN ' N f A w - s I ' K ffl in volc-r's Q S s s ESCIEINITT + 3 'L . Flgguw J MMMKN . CONIPLINIENTS V s 4 s 1 u sm - sf 01' fl ' H In , Makes Best ' Bread ,md Q ' ss s FRIEND + H Pastry , W V x s s 1 ffff--- s- --f --ss J- sf ss 3 IN ,L 1 I ssassaa and FV , I BUILDERS H ' SUPPLIES g + Read flze w S2 , FA P 5 5 2 3 29 f5 F if bf Q S. 5 54 N OE. Q s magma X X Perkins Bldg. 'N Pearl St. and Ionia Ave. 5 X W N W p MORMAN bERv1cE s n - X ' SINCE wkmlsv HAPIDS WAS AVlll.AGE W: xi 1 W W , , 4- YYY, i -i Y-YW,-V-Y f, ir W- ,Yu J ,i f-Y YV Y Y ,i YA Y YY i rv , J'- s - 4:1281 l l U :J A G be me YC t 3 ll l1Q:v:Q:::x1:f ll V, , U a1'e'4"7 fe e . f l 3 I' Complzmentsof 4 ' 564, w hi I1 l N 1 tl W ' w ,Ld .Z Q Dent Chemlcal 1 3 ff f nuff f ly , l X , ff l ' H l l Com an l ' 1 ,, 1, Il l P Y ,X I TS my T Q Q ! f l l4fM"fX if 2 I WVEJQ il o o o o t U 2 Q V- e - t ee f l,,ypff0ZfZi.,vZZef T 1 l Q Q ff FRIEND lf ' l L Compliments D ffzfiwvff , u : of .tw 55.1, ., 15 l, The Cody Hotel il l 'ff- ,.A -ff ll , f- ir, - -f -, -,lg : - Q 4 l l 1 e l A l W ' l LI 'if 'lf' 1 l lp I-law You Efver Tnxted , GOLDEN f g 4 l q 5 Motor Sales Co. g 1 'l 3 1 ::---1- ly l L l IT Il, G M C Trucks l e LI l Yellow Trucks l l E-vffryboflyk Cfmdy Q gl 1 Y ll C h V , , , 9+ 1 C OW Cac CS ' 'YoU'L1, LIKLL 'LM' fl E g l I7 Pieces for 5 Cents ll Il . ,l H E N Originalrd and Manufarturrd by l 205 llflarket Ave. h Ii Phone 68-763 , ' N ' . , Il 1 brand Rapids, Much. 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