Southside Catholic High School - Clarion Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1941

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Y Reverend Eugene Lamb, S.M., Chaplain "It was a great day for South Side" when a breath of Irish spirituality came to us in the person of Father Lamb. In his English and Latin classes he imparts some of his apparently unlimited knowledge - knowl- edge, his heavily charged brain cells have picked up by con- tacts on both sides of the ocean. Bro. John Hettich, S.M., Treasurer A mighty mite of a man is Brother lohn, who has been steward for three years. As principal, treasurer, and sta- tioner he has served the school, as teacher of higher mathema- tics he has served the seniors. He also finds time to be chief assistant to the Mothers' Club. Brother Julius J. Kreshel, S.M., Principal If we were to say Brother lulius is an exceptional Brother we would be underestimating him. Why? Because he is principal of South Side, yet a friend of South Siders. His labors, as leader of Marianist schools for twenty-three years, are blossoming and bearing fruit in the men of today. We feel that the work of his first year at South Side will also find its fruition in the man of tomorrow. Brother Frank Britz, S.M., . Vice- prin ci pal J Brother Frank knows a lot about many things and a little about everything. So it was not un- usual to have him as debate coach, titular teacher of 4-B, instructor of German and trig- onometry, and still see him man- aging the spots and flood lights in the auditorium or using a rip saw to cut scenery to fit the gymnasium stage. school officers Brother Theodore Kohnen, S.M., Registrar With a pen in one hand and a sheaf of forms and receipts in the other Brother Theodore walked into the office and be- came registrar of South Side. A functionary who must see all things, suspect all things, know all things and phone mothers. Even with that hanging over our heads, he made himself our friend. Page I our

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Copyright by Philip De Wos The Most Reverend John Joseph Glennon, D.D. Archbishop of St. Louis We students of South Side should be very thankful to "our Archbishop." Without his assistance the scholar would have no quiet sanctum for study, the athlete no gymna- sium, and our teachers no fertile field for labor. lt is he who has provided us with our opportunity for a Catholic high school education. One of the truly great churchmen of America, the first citizen of Missouri, "our Archbishop" is by far St. Louis' outstanding educator. Benign, statesmanlike in his episcopal robes, yet beneath it all, a man of rare personal charm, he has never lost his sparkling Irish wit. He merits more than thanks. He deserves our daily prayer. Father Timpe, Assistant Superintendent Father Timpe has long been Father Thomson's trusted and faithful assistant. Quietly, unob- trusively, yet efficiently he has performed his task as Assistant Superintendent. It is our hope that he shall continue in this capacity with even greater success. Page Th ree in Father Thomson, Superin tenden t It is a rare and unhappy occasion when Father Thomson is forced to relinquish his duties as Superintendent of High Schools because of serious illness. His absence has been sorely felt, for such men as he are few and far be- tween. May his recovery be swift and complete.



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ff-ffl' Brother Charles Kinsky, S.M. Brother Charles is one of the eldest, yet one of the most modern of the faculty. He keeps his typing department equipped with the latest machines and always in- spires the cooperation of the students to make the semi- annual paper drives run into heavy tonnage. Bro. George Schuster, S.M. Brother George, by common consent of his Senior English students, has a masterful and unique way of teaching Eng- lish Literature. It is master- ful, because he makes it in- teresting, but unique, because all of his students find it in- teresting. He supervises the Clarion, and the Clarion is a first class paper. Mr. Jean Stapenhorst, B.S. The coach left the latter part of the school year to go into spring training with a pro- fessional baseball team, but he did not take the remem- brance of a genial person- ality with him. His refreshing way of teaching was evi- denced in his Civics, Econ- omics and Bookkeeping classes. Brother Raymond Sohm, S.M. You don't hear much of what Brother Raymond does. The senior play program book was one of his accomplish- ments, a well coached spell- ing team another, and a sophomore elocution contest a third. He teaches seniors shorthand. Page F ive WN senior faculty Bro. James Powers, S.M. When the alumni come to visit their Alma Mater they come to see Brother Iames, the sole remaining charter member of South Side's facul- ty. The recurring fame and methods of his "two in one" history courses have over- flowed into his new course in ethics. Rev. Herbert Pieper, S. M. Last year the quiet, intellect- ual character of Father Pie- per, S. M., came to us from the Swiss Alps. He was forced to leave at mid-year but re- turned last September to complete what he had start- ed-gaining the friendship of his students, not excluding even the seniors in his second French class. Brother Henry Collins, S.M. Brother Henry is the sort of person who doesn't say much but lets his work speak for it- self. As coach of minor sports he keeps an eagle eye open tor all budding athletes. He keeps his other eagle eye open for budding historians and students of civics. Brother Theodore Szydlowski, S.M. Brother Theodore came to South Side with the theory his junior physicists should teach themselves what's in the text- book, then he would carry them on and up to higher scientific facts and formulae. He proved his theory.

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