St Joseph High School - Crescent Yearbook (St Joseph, MI)

 - Class of 1913

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H, IQELLIZX WW' 0 ,, Q, AILEEN N.Xl'IEll How,xR1J ALFORD . C12LEs'r15 LONDEEN . ERICK liERI.IKOXVSKI llAR1ON STONE . CH.xRLEs SIMONS . CJENETTE PIXLEY . JANE HARPsTR1T1s . C,x1:oL1NE 'HAM M ERER EDWARD Cr..xR1Q1s . Editorial Staff ASSOCIA TE EDITORS 6 Editor-in-Chief . Business Manager . . Literary Editor Circulating Manager Girls' Athletic Editor Boys' Athletic Editor . . Society Editor . bloke Editor Picture Manager . . Art Editor f fx fgpffyf 1' ' 4 NX f X' Q Xx X X X I f' N, N 5 I N xy If I X . ' X1 5' :XR L q 4 f fqxxi H1 'NX5 'I C 1 A i f Vf X Q NH 1 u W j , XXQX 'X Xu XA!!! ' 1' f J ,REQ X f' 'A Y xx , X , K X f X X 'rx f 2 X i , l ff! 1 -rf f 'V y sx , 'XS45 J R' Y 'X cy Fam' years ai' skiBEEuE juggling, but than were Anxious Mmnems 7 Editorial Five years ago the Crescent Society of the St. Joseph High School pre- sented the first edition of the annual known as the 'KCrescent." The enterprise was not very successful. and was discontinuedg so it remained for the class of 191-l to continue the work with great hope and confidence of its success. VVe hope that we may have improved upon that first annual to some degree, though we realize that ours cannot be infallible, and that many more Crescent annuals must be published before a perfect one can be formed. There is an old story of a little "page" in the hall of a great Knight. who desired to prove himself worthy of knighthood. Une evening, while pondering how he could best attain his desire. he heard a call afar off telling him "to keep the compass needle of his soul true to the north star of his great ambition." and that although his trials would be many, in the end he could not fail to succeed. He set out full of hope. but he did not realize how hard the road would be and how often he would be attacked by the monsters: discouragement and despair: but his steadfast purpose helped him to overcome these perils, and the day finally came when he could at last say, "I have attained success", We, in producing this annual, have encountered many such perils, but it is not for us to say that we have succeeded. We leave that to your judgment, 0 reader, and hope that it will be a charitable one. We wish to thank the members of the faculty for their assistance: for whatever of good this annual may contain is due to their kindly encouragement. Our gratitude should be given especially to Mr. Kelley. our Principalg for it was he who first proposed the idea of another annual, and who has spurred us on to achievement by his zeal and energy. Wfe also wish to thank those who have contributed advertising, and all others who have helped us in any way. To the classes which follow us we wish to express the hope that another five years will not be allowed to elapse before a number of the "Crescent" annual is published, but that the work will be continued. 8 ff i. f 'Af X X . .' ,-" 5 Pu.:-13-QW X, x X17 Q 'Ar .f.g:s.f " I -. .fi "" fff , f n 1 I.-M Q, W- H, f . Q' fm ravi.. E--N ,Ep fx W4 QM XXX Z.,-ff NN X -X XXX X XXX 41 ff ,A,, ti "f-'ff' H X Xx XX XXX X Y XX Xxx X X XX xxbxx Xxx x, X ELLEN W. CONANT History, English P. H. KELLEY History, Czifics, Matlzematics ETHEL KELBLE E nglish 10 -.5 HAZEL KRAMER GFVHZUJI R. Il. VVHITEHEAD Scicfzfc IULIET HART Latin, English 11 if MINERVA GRIER C0111 mercial D. JEN NINGS Maflzcmafzfs MABEL CARLTON Jfusic, Drawing 12 1 E' !! XX ' M 117' " X 'W N-W2w W" f .X Q ww X wy XM, 'jf.2iq1lfPlw M imwww, xx X. WV' NM W W WM wg , NN. 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X ,ff - ii gf, f eb, .1 In E1 X Hz ZQXN xyxigo Z4 if ' Zi' f yfg I .- 4 om U - 4 f- '-fig? by x K S X 4 , , X52 il 7, lx '0f,,2iZ27??"'CL., +?i? x, ga Xxx NE ms?Z:f iigwk 1 A .-V x - pkg X X , 13 ,ff- Valedictorian .Xilcen Napier, the yaledictorian of the class of 1914. is a line example of the success which may be accomplished by one who has constantly before her the very best motives and incentives which it is the purpose of education to impart. ller success and high standing as a student have been due primarily perhaps to industry, energy. and a pronounced sense of honor and recognition of duty. Because of these qualities as well as her natural winning personality, she is universally recognized by the members of her class as richly deserving uf the honor conferred upon her. Salutatorian Genette Pixley, winner of second scholarship honors. and consequently the salutatorian of the class, is likewise worthy of the greatest Commendation for the qualities of character which she has displayed as a scholar in the schools of St. Joseph. Her conscientious performance of duty, coupled with perhaps unusual powers of application. have resulted in the winning of this distinction. 14 CELESTE LONDEEN Class Poet, Lit. Ed. Annual To know her is to love her. JOHN LESSING . He's little, but he's loud. BELLE SMITH Fascinated by his touch, Enchanted by his gaze. f -, , , Q. ,f,f,- ,f ,.,.-, ,g.,.,, N2 .. ..... ZZ V, I i. V 2 Y lc Q Z' S3 is wr .5 il ff' ii ': , Q MZ E55 zo l l 34 pi , 5 . is ,yt . 114 f 11 yt , , il, Q ,, ,f , , .' . GEORGE DALY l am not only witty myself, but the cause that wit is in other men. . CLYDE DQHM Three-flfths genius, Two-fifths sheer fudge. MORTIMER MITCHELL Greater men than myself may have lived, but I doubt it. 16 GENETTE PIXLEY Happy-go-lucky, fair and free, Nothing there is that bothers me. Salutatoriang Vice-Pres. Senior Classg Sec. Cres- cent, IQI2,' Basketball fuuior Farcej Society Editor. HAROLD COLGROVE Of course, I believe in second childhood. Noth- ing delights me more than the pleasant pastimes to which I have been long familiar. EDITH WILLIAMS A modest blush she wears not formed by art. 17 '12 W, si ms.: ' "" ga. el 1 ft I 24:52 M , ,sz , '54 A A , fit 4 ' 0 " iff ffj' ff 51 1 sm wi ff, X. , 54 Q, 4 , ,Lil 1?-,4 .250 ' . ' S ? at 5 , gi 1, im w g Q ' My ,Y--:Vt f, , we-,W awe vw X 5 ,,., S 1,111 ways: . ,Rs,..., , f 'J I ff 21 9 W Q, wi 1 1 . v' ,fs 04,1 1 ,wi 5.562-V F ,pf f, 4- Q177, . , 3...LZ'I . 4 f Ig ? fitfuf " ' 'fix' ' .sm " f Y' Q3 M173 f Hx , '? , XM f ' 2 ,afufw , 5- ,, '4 f , ,ps U1 -. ,f V wr -' :mes 1,1 . 354' f f fa wi, 5 ., , -Q Q VL' 5 ,-if'-i L 5 fT759Qal Isl 'c ' 2522: f gfvif X if? ' M . 'Wi X X fa if WJ lf f V A Q ' 5, Q ' s 15 , ' gt' K bag- - A pl' s X, .2 K . X vi MILDRED DEWITT Accomplishments are native to her mind. LEONARD PLEE J1tl11.07' Farce He wastes not moments, no, nor words, In telling what he'd do. LOIS HOAG Pleasure doth only noble end To which all human powers should tend 18 DOROTHY HARROLD Acts well, does nobly. angels could do no better. ROY MOLLHEGAN I talk half the time to iind out my own thoughts. :XILEEN NAPIER Vice-Pres. Class of 1911-I2,' Crcscezzt Program Com. 1914: Basketball I9I3,' Editor'-in-Cllicff .-1111111al,' lYGlEd1'l'l'0l'1'!lII,' Sac. Comzvil. Clever and willing, good-matured and sweet, As the star of the class we give her her meet. 19 ,,,, Z MQ.: , Md ,t .Mm-. . Wes... 5 ,Qi M, ,. 7, , .af ,,' M 'uf' W? 1 2? 1' , , A ' fx MJ f 1 f, 7 if 5 X 'Rf ff V' .. ff 55.3 .X 1 V,.V wigq in .J 4 .as gr ,h 2 , 5 S-E he QM 47' '45 ' f I iff, A. .4-'J ,Q ' 445 DS 1,713 I fi 3 :kg 1 V' '5 -' 19, .Ez . I 'x 2 L ECI , , V RW JN I M Z J , Ei ,1 any we A z ,, 2 ig! ' Iggy ,... H g'-3 f 'Q G- ' f. H ,Q Z Z ff 15 3257. 5 x M, i f ' I fi ., 1 Y 4 , f iff.. I 31 f ' " ' I Q! I Lf I 1: ' ' " ' 'iff' .M 1 .fifl fx? N' ' I " Q A fb ? 523, , EI wash 123- 23 127, . N f Gif? I S23 :iq ,Q .K fix X , ,. g Z 'I , 5Z,.N--:1xP5g:Qg,1i.f EMMOXS SEXTOX I. am no orator, but as you know me all- A plain. blunt man. GLYDE BROXVN Svc. Cresfczzf, 'l3,' Sm:-Trvas. Senior Class fzlnior Farce. I am a-weary waiting here for one Who tarries long from me. ERIC KERLIKOXYSKI Pres Crvsvvnf, 'I.,l,' Ser.-Trm1s. Dcbafiug C114 C-ir. Jlgr. Jllllllldl. The brave old wisdom of sincerity. 20 b, EDWARD CLARKE Pres. 'IO Clclssj Art Editor: Cn-srvfzt Trcas. 1913. Every man has his devilish moments. EMMA BRUNN How can she be so lovely And yet so blessed a companion! JACK THOMPSON He never worked but moments odd, Yet many a bluff worked he. 21 ' T ,- YW? EQFWX, Q 4 5 E 4 1 is 9 . f' N- vm? 743 46, z , . .i , 5. , ' V .12 1 , MQ ffff 1 315 .. 1 , ff 1 f f, 1 f f 5 . V , , 1 1 . , . I , I f I z I f 1 1-9 1 w rv, M - 31.1-:f-e-zmffdffffi wt., ww f ww ' 4w,..f f 0, , I f ' ff M , y 5 I " 1 ,, f I I 4 1 If F 4 gs, . 'WWE . :ttf S 'f 1' 6, Sf" 2 if . J X' hy ? 'R . z -if 1 . f 1? ' K M ,V 53? 4 fe ef e A mx- l f f ,X l l 2 5 F f gi l a ll ia? is .U 1. S ill xl ff is 5:1 Wi I x iffy l 1 '2 .1 1 ig, sg . V r E7 'Tit f K ,f 25 . Q ee CHARLES SIMON Pres. 50711.07 Class: Capt. B. B. Athletic Boardj Junior Farce. Athletic, clever, tall and slim, Nothing at all the matter with him. ROBERT POST Class Pres. 19I3,' Jzuzior Farrcfg First Place Oratorical Contest. Oh! would some power the rare gift give us To see ourselves as others see us. HOWARD ALFORD Debating Clubg Bus. Blgr. flnziual. Hes business through and through. but who would think it? 22 CAROLINE KAMMERER CHN. Girls' H. Tram: P1'L'f1ll'0 Editor A giggle, a splash of wit, and a thunder of argument. JIARIAN STONE Sec. Crescent I9I3,' Crescent Program Com. 1914,- Ed. Girls' .Jz'!zIefz1's,' Buslectball. Angels did nbt intend her For the rough usage of the world. TRESCELLA ST. CLAIR I know her by her Winsome air, Her bright black eyes, her bright black hair. 23 xg-,Z M INNIE SOMILRVI ELD .X shark in German. A genius in song. RONALD XYYNCOOP Pres. Crescent IQI3,' Pres. Debating Clubg Treas Class IQI3,' Jzzzziar Faz'fv,' 2d Prize Derlauzafimzg Final Oration. VVhy hurry? 'l'here'll be time after I'm dead. JANE HARPSTRITE Pres. Soffl. Class: Capt. B. B. Team '13: Aflllctiv Baardg Jzzziior I:Ul't'6,' Joke Ediforg Class Pl'0f2116Cj'. 'Tis good to be merry and wise. s 24 1 'YW'aJfTie1lJw1NQ, W '57 HELEN HABEL Oval cheeks encolored faintly With a gleam of golden hair. EDITH GUSTAFSON If e'er she knew an evil thought, She spoke no evil word. HARRIET SNYDER ' A being of virtue, truth, and peace. O In A Q 25 iii Q I la ling K 'iw 3 li ' 512 'N 1 54 ill 253253 ' .g, I 4 it s i 2 22' if Ili . vi' ' ' 5 .gf 'Iii f 'M 1- 1 ,,,. . i ff? ni t 4.4.9, 9 4' Q as T . ,,,, X Q 7 ' vi W 2 . QM hw'-2 ' gl.a , i ,571 WZ. f x,1 4 is B Q- If f ' 1 f, 5,,,W H, , , . -YYY V ., ,., ' f I 'if 44 Z4 iw 1 96' 5' 252 J 3538 f i Ziff 1 ,sg .45 f ' f 5 '34 f E53 1 1 4 3 1 A if 1 f- V. .mu--r ,, 1-tgzwa, f- ,..,w:g,f iv 1 ,g.,,,, , -ar 5,2 ai .AA. , "1" Q 11'1 PRESIDENT . . I 9 X f 'H' V 5 1 fl! W f r 1 Y A 1' f M l If 5 fm f H IQMHERINE MQ-CRACIQEN No queen of Grecian line e'er braided more Iuxuriant hair der furehcad more dlvine. CLASS OFFICERS Charles Simons SECRETARY-TRIEASURER ......... Glyde Brown CLASS COLORS: M.x1zoox ,xxn XYIIITE 26 - x N IQQ. mi: III Iuvlllllll. Ill I-llml 'qi ':Ulll::YVl nffnm IIIQRIII1' " fl M fW w 'f 1 " M M10 an A m inimum Ill muu f 111' 'M X 'N 1 lm X " I H 'mr i " 's I. MN M3 15 l dlllli ,wi fi X ' f ' fu' 11 45 4 O 5 X ' 2 E fy 9:10 49 fin ,' ,ff X.. 1, 'H x M m A ? x x -W 1, M kfgf w -l. v, -A ,W Q , x Q- K wx' + " 4 1 74 W I K Wy iifg f , --. - f f 1 an mu ww' wumwll' We X - pn vf w-my ' AH1s.rJa...!.1!laQean1!!,1. mu ' l ,' Q ?1fkX ,, ,. X I . 'J s H -pl: ,X ?p7 W W ""f ,.41 . nr-- 4 NA wa-' X MJZTZJQL 'D 7 M' M ff KW gf - ff- 'Q QV Y 2 28 Bender, John Baitinger, Herbert Cartter, Fred Crehore, Richard Follett, Leland Herring, Mark Larson, Edw. Johnson, Harry Loshbough, Ernest Mollhagen, VVarren Preston, Calvin Scott, Minard Aber, Edna Ankli, Irene Barlow, Ruth Birdsey, Madge Junior Class Roll llirdsey. Milrlreil Clarke, llarriot Clarke, Mary Crans, XVilhelminia Garlanger, Margaret Hutchinson, Yivian Kerlikowski, Ella Martin. Laura Melchart, Ulive Mollhagen, Celia Mollhaqen, Iilorence Pagel, Lydia Rahn, Edna Rowe. Hattiet Seel. Anna Shearer, Fern v CL.xss CoLoRs: l1i-I'1-1 AND X i2i.i.ow PRESIDENT . . . Sacnizrixnv AND Tizizixsulusiz CLASS OFFICERS . . . . . . Richard Crehore Edna .Xber Junior Farce-1913-14 Do we see double? .Xre there two Uncle Toms? XYell. "time will bring the truth to light." If such were our though-ts at the end of the first act of the Junior farce, on Friday, May l, l9l-l, before the curtain went down on the last act, we had had many a good laugh with Tom and at Mr. VVycombe. Richard Crehore, as Tom Carter. Mrs. Grey's obliging brother, who takes the part of her absent negro servant upon the arrival of unexpected company, did acting worthy of commendation. Mrs. Grey tllfilhelmina Cransy was a very charming hostess. The unexpected guests. Mr. and Mrs. VVycombe tMr. Wycombe had a digestionb and niece, Dorothy Landon, took their parts ex- ceedingly well. Vivian Hutchinson as Mrs. VVycombe showed natural ability for dramatics. Harry johnson in the role of the old man caused many a laugh with his morbid fears of the disastrous effects of food upon his system. Ella Kerlikowski as niece Dorothy was a delightful and refreshing heroine for this little comedy. Bob Grey, the dashing young husband, was cleverly impersonated by Edson Groff. Mr. Landon Cjohn Benderj convincingly confirmed Mr. VVycombc's re- port that he was of a very peppery disposition. Minard Scott as the real Uncle Tom gave a fine bit of character study His negro humility and dialect brought us a breath from the old southland of plantation days. Last but not least did Gfhcer Hogan appear. His rich Irish brogue gave proof of his ancestry. Few recognized in him their dignified Principal, Mr. Kelley. ' Taken all in all. the farce was an achievement worthy of the class who, with Miss Kelble's assistance, had worked so diligently for success. Z9 .-" A, , ,1 V. .,.X ' Ii if W I .J 1' 5 L 'I V Y -' qi g . , . si- V ' 1 '- ' f tl' ltfr f ' 'I 1 ' Z," r le" iii ' ' VN l gi I lb f ,V - V: ,. , ,af 'A , L V1 - , '- V: 1 Mn' X. f-: y lt Vl . 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XYysander Lyon. who could easily give suggestions to Upie Dildock. .Xs a preyaricator, he stood without a peer-and the amusing situations, his fantastic handling of the truth created furnished much of the comedy of the piece. The part was taken by Robert .l'ost, who did it excellently, and whose work was worthy of more than passing comment. ,lane llarpstrite as Nellie Goldengate, the ward of Lysanderis uncle Dick. displayed her real theatrical talent, and took the part to perfection. Genette Pixley took the part of Prudence Mayflower, the daughter of a chew- ing gum magnate and friend of Nellie. .Xs Derby Dashwood, the college chum of Lysander. a youth with a monocle and an accent, Saffell johnson did time work, and some of the best acting in the play was done by Charles Simon as Colonel Lyon. the uncle of Lysander, and guardian of Nellie. 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K Ii k X -'fx ,?:fZ, gg- -t fzfg' K X S1245 r ,. x Qgfaffigsg, ?X , f 2 , -Lgsfhi-7 J 3 G.. :JA ..'g.5'N 1 ish x 1-.i"1--QQ n 5 ' QQ" - mxmxmmwx .5 1 GE E 'M 32 Baitinger, Harris Bushnell, Donald Clarke, VValter Grorf, Edson Hayden, Charles Johnson, Stanley Kruggel, Otto Marvin, George Merchant, Leonard Rose, Leonard Scholz, Carl Smith, John Swigert, Clarence Wliite, Lawrence Willianis. Laverne VVitt, Donald Boam, Cora Mae Burkhardt, Pearl Coder, Ethel Dahlstrom, Elsie Everett, Mary Franz, Lucille Sophomore CLASS COLORS : Bu' Class Goudie, Naneen Hahelg Ella Hitzelberger, Clara Karstens, Hazel Krause, Elsie Kretchman, Helen Lessing, Hazel McElroy, Virginia Risto. Julia Rupp, Margaret Schlutt, Edna Schnader, Madeline Seel, Olive Smith, Beth Smith, Beulah Stacey, Grace Tarbell, Frances Tonkin, Daisy L'nruh, Lilah Vail, Catharine Vance, Ruth is AND VVHITE CLASS OFFICERS. PRESIDENT . . . . . . , Leonard Merchant VICE-PRESIDENT . Lawrence White SECRETARY . Nannene Goudie 33 Sophomore Class Roll A is for all of us, every one, May our lives end as happily as they've begun. B stands for Beulah, Bushnell, and Boam, Baitinger, Burkhardt, and Beth-you all know 'em. C is for Coder, so bashful and shy, And yet there's a mischievous glint in her eye. D, Dasse and iDahlstrom, who sure would be fine To play basketball if they only had time. E is for Everett, her intellectual air We all admire greatly, and still more her hair. F is for Franz, a maiden not frail, t Who, although very good, is always in jail. G is for Griff and also for Gowdy, Whenever you meet them, they always say "I-Iowdyf' H is for I-Iitzelberger, Haydon, and Habel, I'd write a book about them if I only were able. I is for Islands, there let me roam, For I am almost crazy from writing this poem. J, Stanley Johnson and Julia called Dude, They're not very quiet, yet you can't say they're rude. K is for Krugel, Kretcham, and Krause, Also for Karstens who's as quiet as a mouse. L is for Lessing, also for little, Though she's very bright, she can't play the fiddle. M is for McElroy, a bright little lad, And also for Merchant who is really quite bad. N is for Nonsense, that happy go-between. And I must say there's lots of it in the class of 1916. O stands for orators, of which they cannot boast, But the class of 1916 they all are glad to toast. Q is for questions of which there are many, But it wouldn't be human if they didn't ask any. R is for Rupp, Rose, Ruthg the second sure mourns Because he's a Rose between two thorns. S has a slew of names-Schlutt, Stacey, Sholz and Seel Then Schnader and Smith finish this reel. T is for Tonkin, a little maid without a frown, Also for Tarbell, the best forward in town. U is for Unruh, a Sophie so fair, Who always her happiness with others will share. V is for Virginia and also for Vail, i The latter is quite 'ihuskyf' while the former is "frail W is for Williams, White, and NVitt, And with the St. Joe girlies they always make a hit. X looks like Algebra, take it away, It brings back those 'jokes' to this very day. Y is for Yesterday, that tightly bolted door, VVhen old, if we could open, it would make us kids once more Z, if I remember, is found in Kalamazoo, And if I write much more of this, Illl be found there too 34 "ph -1? I-" Hmm Mm-E , 9- 'g ' ' 14? 1- ii. fm I - abs 15 sshgsf 3,-f! -- 15 Lf--'-f""' -' Yg,W,,f,5f ' Lf ba", S '45 ' 1" f X E I E f '33 gr' 1, S Y Wg' f 0 " EQ ' N 'W' . 1 L 'f A 2' -M ' . ' 9. h' ' , "'e I K . . 5 9 ., up Ig ijlq . W 'I - ' : We 0 0 . ' a ,AP ff' QB' If ff " " 7 , f ff 'A Sig- ' 'U"""' lnhlllllfiii' X4 Q 1 . Q 'W 'L1' P , ,J21:..5,,j5 f-- ,if za iii' ' W .,glQ?:I3e.s4:.g,q!5TE Qf',155:rfi? A wif.,-w iii ,i f-5555552 ' 1 -wif ww vw ,Wi QLQLU 64 -Tm 1235! I 'msn ,7 H5112 L QWLV-',' iff. 79 X' 1. 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Minnie Seltz, Amanda Slattery, Vivian Vail, Eloise VVilkinson, Frances Zekind, Stella CL,xss COLORS! PL'R11i.ia .mn Gum l ,RLSIDENT . N IC.E-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY . CLASS OFFICERS eti Burril Crehore Edw. Snyder Conant Hatch v ,s fwiwnf, , ,w'1.,4f- ,.rf.2f:7 1152, iff".-' 2 , ' v: . sw ,'WY5'f.ZFnafzMw:l11fI ff?.5f?w YQ , .,.Q,.,,..wm.w.Mfw 23? ?g,j-',gg:,4f. 34 My I sf gf Q, ' fl' ' 1 1 .-.Q ffnrif' 1 ' Wh -, .I ,, ,3,,,.- ., i ef, 5 ff ' 'f 2 ,Q f ff . ,554 A 'Z 1 . . , , A 1, wfffh,-...Y , - ,f -1-1. -if X ,Mr ' ' V' K , 4, , . Q A ' .fr 1 , , . Q., . ig, WA A ,W fl W.. , I 4+ vo. 4. .af H M- JL., -A V . . ,l,,.w: ,- ' ' A' sm L1 7"flw ., , . -' fm , ' "NA1fv::mfv'f2swm:w1wfv,zff.v:a2-bssfJss:'.mQ2sm:ssfz'frff'mv: -im.-,,-rf . in . 5 1 , W qlwqwf In, .J an 'V x 4. -4, if an 1. n. A, ,, .....- ua. , 1 - -..... fgf.-gy. -Q, -- 4- .-'ww , x 1 . . 4 LY 3-531555. K ,, N :Q N'f:wgf ' . ... CIW. 'Ink ...x,S, I '1...aL:l 14. ,. 38 W 'af - , '-,, yy,-.5 j, 'QI44 4 ' A 17, ffffffiyy, X f f Q N N N X X f W 4 'A t X5 n I X f Xrxxxxxflf f 'w ' '4 f fl! F1 .40 ,il -X X ,' ff1,f"!f f 4, X Ml! 5 I f ff. X-F Z -.ff-1 jig, V- ff. ' 4 X M ' V' f!""' . X Q. f , K' 1 M" 5 I t I -'jf-fl' -41 Nix' , K Z ' ' EN 1 41' ' , 'ii' ,Z Z,r .R fy? ' yff""""'--yhufff 0 Z Z2 f 1 Z ffwfm f f , , fi CC 39 Class Prophecy Hello! Yes-who ?-Mrs. Foltz ?-Oh, Genette. Hello! how are you? Thats good-I am fine. Yes, I just returned from my European trip. I had a lovely time, and saw quite a number of our old classmates while there. Vtfhat? -have I heard of the latest invention? No: what is it? A speedometer for speech! How unique-who? Belle Smith? lfVell, she always could talk faster than anyone I ever knew. That reminds me. we have a new car-manufactured by one of our classmates. It's called an "Epsmobile." Yes, E. P. S.-EP's son, see? Ed. Clarke-oh. it's a beautiful car and the mechanism is perfect. I'll come over some day soon and take you for a drive. VVhat? Oh, yes-we were in Rome a whole week. VVhile coming out of the cathedral, I saw a party of nuns walking in front of us and one of them turned around, and guess who it was? Keg! She said she always prayed for all of us. Guess we need it. eh? Have I read what? "Troubles of a Bashful Man?" No-why?-lYho?- George Daly? W'ell, well. that reminds me Emma Brunn has just published a new book. "I-Iow to Carry Six Studies Successfullyf' It's certainly worth read- ing. Oh! listen, Gene, I want to tell you about someone you would never dream of. VVhile in Paris, we were out driving one afternoon when I noticed a sign, "Bountiful Blessings of Beauty May be Gbtained VVithin." On the door of the shop was the name, "Mon, Donaldo VVynkoopey." I made out plain Don VVyncoop and walked in. VVhen he saw me. he cried, "lVell. look whos here!" and his attendants thought he was talking Greek, I guess, by the way they stared. He looks fine, and is very prosperous. Qh, say! while we were in England, they were still having trouble with their militant suffragettes. One of their most troublesome ones was our old friend Celeste Londeen. They say she is a second Mrs. Pankhurst. Wliat? No. I didn't get to see her. I wish I had. YVell, I am sure she, if anyone, can surely convince people-you remember how strongly she always could argue. Now dear, I must stop talking. Be sure and call soon. Goodbye. F LEAVES PHONE, SITS DowN AND TAKES UP PACKAGE OF MAIL- VVell, I wonder what this important looking missive can be? "Commodore and Mrs. Smith request your presence at a large naval ball. to be given at the Smith Naval Academy. Mionday, -Iune 2, 1924. R. S. V. P." Dear Glyde: I'm awfully glad she invited meg I'll surely go. Let ine see who this is from-Mrs. Harry Johnson? Oh, yes! Mildred DelYitt-I had for- gotten. DETROIT, IXIICHIGAN. My Dear Jane :- H Une of the girls was telling me you expected to return home this week, so I thought I'd write you a letter and tell you some of the things that have hap- pened since you left. You remember Edith Gustafson? W'ell, she married a rich old Count from Italyp Perhaps you read of it in the Italian papers. She certainly was lucky. Remember how Mr. Kelley used to tease her in Civics class? I-Ie little dreamed he was teasing a "Countess-to-be." did he? Did you visit the University of Leipzig while in Germany? If you did, no doubt you saw Edith VVilliams-she teaches German there. A very line teacher they say. 40 I received a letter from Helen Habel the other day. She said she and Lois Hoag were down in Mexico and Iflorida with an evangelist party and were real happy and contented. Well, I've told everything I know and ITIUSI close and get supper, because Harry doesn't like to wait. Be sure and answer soon and tell me all about your trip. Your old friend, MIIJJRIED. P. S.-If you can't make this out, read Aileen Napiers new dictionary on American Slang-it's a fine help for all American people. I wish I could see herg I don't believe she has changed at all. ller letter sounds just like she used to talk. Here's another and a thick one, too. Vlfonder who wrote it. Let's see! CINcINN.xTI, CDHIO. Dear jane:- I just heard some wonderful news. and, really Inust tell you all about it. Bob Post was awarded the Noble Prize for physicians because of his great work in Mexico wiping out the plague. I can't realize that he used to go to Qld St. .Ioe High with us, can you? He's quite young. too. Then I also heard that I-Ioddie Alford is president of the Pure Food Inspection. I bet he makes a good one, don't you? Did you have a good time? I know you did. Perhaps you heard Mortimer Mitchell speak while in New York. They say, with a little Inore experience, he will be a second Booker T. Vtfashington. I can hear him now saying, "To be or not to be." can't you? I went to a recital the other night and heard Roy Mollhagen play. He is simply wonderful. VVhen he saw me come in, he started to play "Heres to the School and all Her Hosts," and it made me so lonesome for the old school again. Say, here's quite a shock for you: john Lessing is superintendent of the House of Correction! I nearly laughed myself sick when I heard that. and they say he is very strict, too. I can't imagine ,Iinney at that job, can you? Do you remember the day Mr. Kelley nearly shook him to death? Guess he hardened his heart then and there and is taking his revenge now. Now Jane, please let me hear from you. I am in Cincinnati now with mother studying music. I am coming back to St. joseph soon. and will surely call on you. MAIzIoN SToNI5. She always could write fine letters. I hope this one is just as interesting: Luzerne. Switzerland. My Dear janet- No doubt you will be surprised to see the heading on this letter, so I will tell you how I happen to be over here. You knew I was studying Domestic Art in Boston for three years and received a scholarship there. Then I studied here in Luzerne for a few months, and started on Iny work that was to be handed in at the International Exhibit. Now you won't faint when I tell you that I won the prize. My lace and embroidery was said to be the best. and I am so happy. I am going to hurry right back to Old St. Ioe and see all my old friends. 41 Now I have a lot to tell you about some of our classmates. You remember Kathryn McCrocken? VVell, she was studying art at the same school in Boston that I attended. There she met a foreign artist of high rank and when he re- turned to his home, she went with him as his wife. I got a letter from her not long after she left, and she said everything was fine. and that Erick Kerlikowski was poet-laureate of England. Did you know that Trecilla St. Clair has succeeded Lady Duff Gordon in her style shops? Yes, she is even more renowned than the famous Lucille. Do you remember the way Clyde Dohm used to talk in Civics about the Speaker of the House having entirely too much power? Well, I guess he's changed his tune now, as he is holding that self-same office. If he can bluff the representatives as easily as he did Mr. Kelley, he will surely be successful. In connection with 'fCivic Improvements" Cremember that topic?j, I want to tell you that Harold Colegrove is running for U. S. senator. Of course you will agree with me that he will be far ahead of Lorimer-I mean in good things. you know. The doorbell just rang, and who should walk in but Harriet Snyder. She is over here studying music and looks fine. She sends her love to all the girls of 1914. I really must close now. I'll see you soon as I get back. but be sure and answer once more before I sail. Your friend, DOROTHY HARROLD. My, I can remember how Dode always could sew and do fancy workg I'm awfully glad she received the award. I'm sure she deserved it. I- PHONE RINGS AGAIN. Hello! Oh, yes, Genette again. No, I love to have you call up. XVhat ?- a whirring noise over the roof? No, Iill listen and see if I can hear it. No, I can't-what is it? An aeroplane? Who?--Jack Thompson? W'ell, he said he'd get to heaven, even if he had to walkg but these "modern improvements" have come to the rescue. No, I haven't read my papers yet. XVhat about Leonard Plee? Head of Mathematics Department at State University, and Emmons Sexton, superintendent of Agricultural College? Vtfell, I knew St. joe High could turn out great men, didn't you? I forgot to tell you before that I received a letter from Cora Mae the other day. She and Charles Simons are married, you know, and are living out in San Francisco. He is the head of a large contracting firm there. YVh0 ?- Minnie Sommeriield? Yes. I remember. Married ?-well. I hope she's happy. Me? I was just waiting for you to ask me that. XVhy, can't you guess? No? Then I won't tell you. Good-bye. JANE HARPSTRITE Class l9l-1, St. Joseph High School. 42 Nxxxxx, , mxmmmmxmmw ' XWmmwxwvvX""" I f 2 1 QQMEZK?E W .1-2-5 -- . ,,g- M W , , , .fl 'X ff ,X gf 4. 4f ,Wc,f1 Lg? id 'xx X" . Uv f if ,M me QNX - w n --,- ' 1' Rf -,VM "i'!'4r . Lug, r' ', 2,1 iii 521 - 'S' ,i-!z".?I'1', yi 'NH ' QV, 4'fff.1-VW143wma -X 1,5 f J Z lx Hxxxxxxxxil lf, , "2:7l-If-iii-5 14EQx ?'w V' 'U YW, Q ff ! L., nd I vQW Nm,If WW7fff fff if Q Wi V ' ff' -72? 33-T- MW 'I ga w gm- , ,Q X ,,, M 4 - 1- qw 9:5 A -' , 5522? -5. f , -"f.Z-'f-ffg -- W W JW Q if 5 Ll 'ua-if-f'fi --zzi fssasaazzzf ..i. '!'w'! ' AL vi g 4 P, ff :ffsf:5ae:e1fs1sfff2fffff--- -"- ' -"'-f f'-1-i-'f--1' """"'A' 'mF" 1+1f" ' S1 W- X A . ' I Q sv, I FggEEEE? !!! ! !'I! " ' ti! 1 'tk fy + + f - ,ff 1 jllfxw 5 l ' j A H55 -7,i,3I-2 W J" 'J 5 " V 'rl fi I J JW? W W M r ' V H73 fbi f 'K xa! l L K , 1 , WV Wu , fn ' 4 f - -,"fq2iif+K 1'- fm.- 4 ' if W ., Ha, ,,. ,..-,--,-.- , A - Debating Club XVhen action springs from desire, things worth recording are always done. Societies and clubs instituted by the students themselves have always accom- plished more than courses prescribed in routine. Every high school is in need of some organization in which the deliverance of ideas and thoughts may be made easily and without restraint. In recognition of this fact, the class of 191-l has instituted an organization which we hope will be lasting and will be strengthened by experience. lt is still in its infancy-a fact which adds much to the honor due our boys, as they have to guide them: no model established by visionary ancients. no constitutions and by-laws drawn up by illustrious dignitaries, no records made by matchless orators and far-seeing thinkers to impel them to supremacy. The work is new, the field unknown, the experience nil. Still, our boys have made a record-not a record perhaps which could stand against any school, but one to be proud of: they have made a firm foundation. Let those who are seniors next year add their intiuence to its growth and success. VVhile membership has not been limited to seniors. they should form each year the nucleus of the organization. ,lllZ.lfHlZRS R. XYynkoop M. Mitchell lel. Alford D. Bushnell E. Kerlikowski P. H. Kelley ltiounsellorl C. L. 44 The Brass Band of the High School What art pray, has a more soothing inlluence on the varied moods of men than the gentle art of music? Wfere it not for this pleasing pastime, how many souls would walk daily through the paths of life. burdened by many sorrows unknown to the world? So it is in our high school life. Our music is the very soul of our lives, and at any time, anywhere, and on any sort of instrument, you may hear the strains of anything from "My llonnie Lies Over the Uceanu to "l'll Ile Home Tomorrow at Daybreak." One of the most worthy institutions in our high school curriculum is the organization termed, "The H. S. Hand." The instruments like the active mem- bers, are varied and of many types. The vast collection fof instrumentsj con- sists mainly of cunning little round things, where you blow in one end and the noise, or music, comes out of the other. VVe call them horns: but l have tried for hours to fathom the reason for such an appellation. However, I have not told you who is to blame for the awakening of such uncommon talent as the high school band. "Why, the old village schoolmaster 'Tis he, of course, VVho ruled with a stern command, His hair grown white, lNith dull cares of the world, Started the High School Band. MRS. C D. JENNINGS. The sole purpose of our band is to arouse exasperation, indignation, in- spiration, and enthusiasm. Everyone belongs who can afford two-bits. the price of one of those funny little round things. Enthusiasm has not been lacking at any one of our games. due to the pres- ence of the high school band, which is always ready to furnish encores and respond when called upon. We have not been able to play at the many public recitals. due to the fact that we have engagements from now till the middle of June. We have worked up such a good reputation that wherever we go the best seats in the house are reserved for us. Long live the band! and nine "rahs" for Herr Jennings, the bandmaster. C. L. 45 Oratory and Declamation The work in oratory and declamation was most excellent. This was l-argzely due to the fact that the entries this year were prompted solely by a thorough in- terest in the work, and had not entered men after weeks of coaxing and per- suasion from members of the faculty. The student body should realize more and more, however, a truth which is universal in its application to all phases of school life, i. C., that We cannot expect to win along any line unless our con- testants have earned the right to represent the school. There must be an in- centive. llut no one cares to exert himself if he can avoid it. In many places it is the practice for some gifted speaker talthough the gift is oftentimes imag- inaryb to enter the lists, and others become discouraged so that no amount of coaxingf can induce them to contest for the place. But even under such cir- cumstances, the fact must eventually be proven that honors are given not for natural ability alone, but as a reward for ability won by a course of vigorous effort and training. Our representatives this year were Edson Grotf in declamation, who de- livered very effectively "Hays Tribute to McKinley." The oration given by Mark Herring was entitled. "The Benovelent Despot of Panama." 46 S ammy Eli The Senior HalloWe'en Dance The Halloween dance given by the Seniors, October 31, 1913, at Burkhard's Hall, was a complete success. being well attended by both St. Joe and Benton Harbor young people. The hall was decorated with constalks, autumn leaves. and other foliage suggestive of the occasion, and the programs were of yellow, on which the figures of witches in black were stamped. Combs' Orchestra furnished the music. The Penevie Dance The Christmas dance given by the Penevies, a non-high school club, De- cember 22, 1913, at Burkhard's Hall. was one of the prettiest affairs of the season. The decorations consisted of red and green holiday colors carried out by hanging baskets and wreaths. At one end of the room stood a miniature Christmas tree with small colored lights, and the piano was banked with ever- green interspersed with lights. Higbee and Vtfilson played the program of waltz, two-step. tango and hesitation. Junior-Senior Banquet of 1913 The banquet which the class of '14 tendered the graduating class of '13 May 26, 1913, was a brilliant function which outclassed all previous affairs of like nature. Tables were laid in the beautiful dining-room of the Edgewater Club and decorated with red and white roses and carnations, carrying out the class colors of '14, After the serving of the delicious menu. the following toasts were responded to: . The Seniors-Williain VVynkoop. '13, The Juniors-Don Xlfynkoop. '1-l. The Faculty-Aileen Napier, '14, "It"-Celeste Londeen, 114. Athletics-R. B. Wliitehead. Then and Now-E. P. Clarke. Dancing, bowling and billiards furnished entertainment for the remainder of the evening. 48 The Crescent Banquet On March 27, the day on which school closed for spring vacation, occurred the annual Crescent banquet, the most pleasurably anticipated event of the school year. Four tables for the four classes were laid in Burkhard's Hall, each of the classes striving to surpass the others in tastefulness of decoration. The Senior table occupied the center of the room and was artistically ar- ranged, the class colors of red and white and green foliage being used. A large wicker basket filled with maidenhair fern, red carnations, and white tulips, formed a centerpiece over which hung a large light encased in red, on which was shown the class numerals. Down the center were pots of white hvacinths and drop lights shaded in red and extending from the ceiling by ropes of fern, illuminated the table. The Junior class colors of yellow and blue were prettily carried out with golden tulips and daffodils. in pots wound with blue. and streamers of the colors were extended from the corners to the drop-lights at either end. :X centerpiece of tulips was used, and favors of the same flowers were given. The Sophomore table in blue and white was beautiful with violets and white tulips. A rope of blue and white ran from the corners of the table to the drop- lights which were shaded with blue and white shades. XYhite tulips and hya- cinths and violets were placed down the center of the long table, and favors of tulips were given. , The Freshmen, in spite of their lack of experience, carried out an elaborate idea in their colors of purple and gold. A large purple basket filled with yellow daffodils ran to the corners of the table. The lights were shaded in the colors and daffodils given as favors. The following toasts were responded to at the request of Erich Kerlikowski, president of the society: Freshmen Roast-Aileen Napier, 'l-l. Sophomore Toast-Miss Kelble. junior Roast-LaVerne Wfilliams, '16 Senior Toast-Mr. Kelley. Faculty Roast and Toast-Jane Harpstrite, '14, Crescent-Richard Crehore, 315. Dancing was enjoyed until 12. 49 The Crescent Society For twenty-three years, the Crescent Society of the St. Joseph High School has marked with a certain distinction, each person of talent and ability. It has been the one society to bind the whole high school together and through which all have worked in one body. The constitution very concisely and clearly writ- ten, was drawn up by a most Worthy committee in 1891, when the idea of such a society was first conceived. The ideal aim of the institution is to develop dramatic, literary, and musical talent. We have been very fortunate to have secured splendid instructors in English who have shown us the dramatic and literary sides, and our critics of music have been especially good. The spirit of the Crescent Society is one of constant enthusiasm, which gives to each member a sense of his own importance and ability in an institution Where the achievements of all are brought forth by united support and effort. Loyalty and enthusiasm have been the watchwords during the past year, and the result has shown forth in some of the best programs ever given. Several small plays have been presented this year under the direction of Miss Kelble, who deserves especial mention on account of her sincere endeavor and untirinff effort to make this a brilliant year. b We hope, in the future years, that the Crescent records may remain spot- less, and that each one will put forth his most noble effort to make this the best literary society in the state of Michigan. C. L. The Crescent Lecture Course Weatherxvax Brosf Quartette. Ralph Bingham, humorist. Qpie Reade, entertainer. Aida Quartette. 50 E. . , 1 I Ii H 1 If E i Y: V lr ie 5. 5 Q 4 X 4 1, 4 Ya 4 2, ,541 'M lfl 1, I 5 f C 1 ah w Q. , fm ,. A 'M 'if' af: ,Y--- , 1 'W yF,,,.,,-ff A .,,-"0" QM 9 X f inun-K . xawfntm .Q Wy, 2721 1 , ' V W4 1 ' , hwwaw, r A W L V1 W WW ?"'k 3? . Q , 1. , . aw 7, f-v' '. 'W .. - W f is 4 f 4 1 ff .Q W J ' 3 ' nf,-,. 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When it was first proposed to reestablish the game, ominous advice was prevalent on every hand, the general tenor of which was distrust in the success of the venture. Witli characteristic school spirit, the student body rallied to its support, and within a week the team was appearing regularly on Edgewater field learning the rudiments of the game. Through the loyalty of individual citizens and business men, the team was provided with an excellent outfit of suits. which insured effective practice from the start. All sorts of discouraging circumstances were encountered at the start. though many had been foreseen and shrewdly provided by Coach XVhitehead. For instance, much criticism was indulged because the management had seen fit to oppose our young warriors with the best high school teams available. Before the season had progressed far, however, the wisdom of such a course had become evident, and was reliected in the wonderful development before the end of the season of a team which resembled a bunch of well-seasoned veterans to take the place of the inexperienced youngsters of the beginning of the sason. Too much cannot be said in praise of Coach Wfhitehead for our showing in the first year of football. In spite of the loss of our games at the first of the season. football was a paying investment financially. Lineup: i , Thompson C,Capt.j Swigert Simons Rose, L. Dohm Hayden Mitchell Shultz Larson Rose, Charles Carter Howard Witt Davidson 60 zz-F!!! ! 2- ffffd'f, IX. Z 7 ? 3214 Qigfx' .,... 125 . X Z x OL' 2 bs l ' Z1 Z' X ' ' 'Xxx 7 , 55583 ' fj,'iZ7lfl, U X X , L41 ','5, ' Wffff 'Y"iz.zf , ,973-9 l45ia,g2L1,v,:,, Ji-CF., ,Y M 1 f I f 4!2 V . MI X? f Uqfii X f 'WI in Y-r V' ' I XVII' SF 1 7251.-7 -. ' ' , ' 7 ' X f ry Si '45 y N --muxuxxx 'QQ- !,,.,.- W f, 'isa-12" ?N ' U- I '3TEj5?:,1EE3S E2i114 f' f' ' " ' - f Af Ziff 'ive ami ' - 2'- i T Y ?- X Q 1 E '-'If .f. -f',.,.7'-' - 61 yi win., ak, 0-, 63 -' J ,i we A Q N. Z Boys' Basketball-1913-14 The boys' basketball team this year proved in spite of many handicaps to be one of exceptional worth viewed from the standpoint of the material pro- duced for future seasons, as well as the snappy type of basketball played this season. Although our team had no gymnasium in which to practice and played in a cold hall, which in many other respeets was extremely unattractive for devel- oping a championship team, yet it won a great many of its games, and in all of them displayed an aggressiveness and speed which was admirable. It requires some determination to play in a hall where the thermometer registers 30 degrees or lower. But it takes more than cold to daunt the courage of a high school team backed by the spirit of St. Joseph High School. Though the season brought defeat with success, the basketball team was admirable in spirit and represented the high school body ably and honorably. Lineup: Simons Witt Scholz Larson Dasse Rose THOIHPSOH Wfhitehead QCoachj 63 Boys' Basketball-1912-13 The boys' basketball season of 1912-1913 began early in October. Coach Wliitehead issued a call for candidates to attend a practice. although the first team was practically picked, owing to the splendid, well-seasoned material. XYith this advantage and the early training, a fast, brainy team was developed. and gave us hope of a successful season. Our hopes began to shape themselves into realities when our team took vic- tory after victory. This success and the subsequent championship record was no doubt due to the loyal and incessant efforts of the coach, as well as the team which consisted of the following players: Johnson fCapt.l Foltz Herring Kneebus Dykstra Simons 64 1 Girls' Athletics ,The basketball team of 1913-14 has proved itself worthy of all the praise and com- mendation we can give it. The outlook from the beginning of the year has been quite favorable, as the team did not enter into the work wholly inexperienced, for the majority of last vear's team were to return and once more star for St. ,Toe l-ligh. The girls, under the splendid coaching of Miss Grier, worked constantly and con- scientiously in their practice and, as we know, were rewarded for their effort by the development of a speedy and unusually co-operative team, which won a hard-fought victory in each game plaved. Each member of the team worked loyallv for the honor of her school, and each met her opponent good naturedlv. Six games were played this year, and a total score of 133 was piled up against 48 for their opponents. Not least among these was our old rival across the river, and as usual a great deal of enthusiasm was exhibited at the games played with them: and although the showing the first half of the last game with them was against us, the magnilicent "pep" of our girls won out. and Benton Harbor was added to their string. The CRESCENT here wishes to extend its thanks to Miss Grier for her effort in produ- cing so successful a team. LINE-UP Right Forward. . . ...... GENETTE PIXLEY Left Forward .... ...... F R.xNcEs TARBELL Center .......... .... C ,xieoL1NE IQAMMERER Side Center... .......... RUTH VANCE Left Guard .... ...... ............... ..... I . x NE HARPSTRITE Right Guard .... ......... ................... .... R I . XRION STONE Sub ...... LAURA M.NRTIN 65 Girls' Basketball-1912-13 The basketball team of 1912-13 was one worthy Of special mention. though the girls were not exceedingly successful in being victorious, a splendid team was organized under the coaching Of Miss Kelley, and some line xx ork accomplished. Prominent factors generally recognized were their speedy team work and their uniform good nature. The lineup was as follows: FRANCES TARIIELL . FLORENCE lX"lORSE . JANE 1'1ARl"lESTRITE . lX'1ARION STONE . CAROLINE Ki,xRIIxIERER . lXl.XRGL'RITE SCHNEIDER . AILEEN N.AP1ER . 66 Right Forward Left Forward Right Guard Left Guard . Center Running Center . . . Sub Jomi if ff 7, ff!! kfff X f"'f!'ff f f mf f 67 VVhat makes the student dance and shout And wave his hat that way? He's glad that high school has let out. So he can get away. If he's so glad to leave it all, I wish you would explain- XVhy will he dance and shout next fall Because he's back again? Father-Young man, this report of yours is very unsatisfactory, I don't like it. Freshie-I told the teacher you wouldn't, but she wouldn't change it. She-XVhy does Miss Rahn close her eyes when she sings? He-Wlell, you see. she is so very tender-hearted she cannot bear to see anyone surfer. Mr. W'hitehead-Dohn. can you tell me how they discovered iron? Clyde-Sure. R. Bhllfell, shoot. Dohn-VVell, Pa said they smelt it. Miss lielble-Give me a sentence, l'earl, with the word seldom in it. Burkey-Pa had two pigs. but he selled 'em. Senior-Did you ever take chloroform? Freshie-NO. who teaches it? Two doctors were operating upon Herbert ll. for appendicitis. After the operation was completed, one of the doctors missed a small sponge, and the patient was reopened, the sponge found within him and sewed up again. Im- mediately the second doctor missed a needle. Again Herbert was opened and closed. "Gentlemen,'l he said, "for heavens sake if you are going to keep this up, put a button on me. - 1 While on the steamer last sum- mer, the deck steward asked Nan- f 1 f ' 1 - 2 een if she would like her lunch fl X served on deck. "No, said Xaneen. X 4 just throw it in the ocean and save time and trouble." In years to come:- Dode tnow Mrs. KJ-XYhat are you going to do with that porous plaster. Erich? Kerley-I am going to see what tune it will play on the pianola. Kelly to Merchant-You are not lit for decent company: come up jnjcck here with me! Q L 96 A X X x i as XY. Crans had been married but Q- a very short time. She entered a -.Z butcher shop and said: "l would lIplC5D5cl2la og HGQE, Th like some fish: what kind are those ' OO YYl0. Y' C ' A 3 missed the lcctiirxluie so i Q m that band' 0-f R,5,gnd C.D. 1 jj "Why, those are salted mack- H Q erelf' said the butcher. I --" XY.-".Xre they quite fresh 68 Merchant in Modern History-Miss Conant: "NN'ho was the mother of the Black Prince P" Merchant-"A woman." Once upon a midnight dreary, ,ff K of sfwacnfxcfx VV'hen from nagging he was weary, fm H 755 M And he'd scolded all his classes iff? - A And his brain was numb and sore, " fi'-9, ,, I' Slowly home his way he wended .4 , if we 'Sit 2 Thinking whom he had offended, 'lllllllmwii Jw' In his heart was mean revenge, l 'Ill ri i Mimi' Mean revenge and nothing more. gil ,S I i l After he had tried to slumber, JTTKV MJ Slowly he began to wonder gtk If he'd really done his duty if Nagging, nagging evermore, 1- When there came a rapping.. rapping, llflflfll If I' just as if someone was tapping, . l , 1 ,,f., Tapping at his chamber door. That was all, and nothing more. Mi i llllll off-'fcf Ha0l?S' Qi Ei. , ,J ,f , o ," Then his blood began to curdle. Ll 'Y X QVQ And into his brain so fertile 'l l l 1 ,Aff Came the thought, "It is my classes ljllll l ll ' I I Ralbbing' at my bedroom door." He thought of all the F's he'd given ig Cf all the hateful things he'd said, "Ag Then indeed was retribution Piled upon his weary head. I"lr,KcIley' an lgiiiidreamong he really had 0 case in court Then the thoughtsof this R. ll. Turned direct to robbery, He put his hand beneath the pillow Thinking, "XNho is in that hall?" Vlfhen he drew it back 'twas trembling, For it held his all in all. Then it stopped--this tapping, tapping. Coming from the darkened hall, And he knew with joy unceasing That it was-his Ingersoll. P. H. K.-Carter is asleep: tap him on the head, will you? Edson-Don't do itg you will Hood the room. Senior Cat a sleighridel--"Oh, black! get off and look under the bobs. I believe a wheel is coming off." John Lessing had been naughty again. "Ah me! sighed Miss Iielble, "I am afraid I will never meet you in heaven, John." Iinnyf-"What have you been doin'? In shorthand class one of the pupils was unable to read one of Miss Grier's characters. After receiving an answer in the negative from the class as to the identity of the word, Miss Grier said: "VVell, can't you get if:married" out of that? Keg-"Easy," I Mr. Kelley to Miss St. Clair-"Vx7hat was the nature of Lincoln's death ?" 69 Miss St. Clair-"lrVhy, he was shot in the-shot in the-oh, shot in- P. H. Ii.-"Well, does anyone know where Dohn-"Sure, in Fords Theater." Thompson to Miss Conant-So you don't think that cigarette smoking affects the brain? I Miss Conant-Certainly notg people with brains donit smoke them. Doc Witt-If I kiss you, will you call for help? Vlr. Kelley as he Unknown-XVhy, can't you man- l00 Kgd 10 age it alone? GICDYQC Mqrvin. R. B.-Waiter, kindly remove this egg. Waiter-Vv'hat shall I do with it, sir? R. B.-I think you'd better wring its neck. dance to heaven with you." Miss Stacey-"Please reversel' She-I'd love to see the baseball game. I'm terribly interested. He-Are you, though? Then I'll phone you the score as soon as the game is over. Example St. joseph young gen- tleman's generosity: My task in life is saving young A men, said the minister. Ah! sighed Miss Kramer: save a good one for me. won't you? ' IV ant Ads :- VVidow in comfortable circumstances wishes to marry two sons. A lady wishes to sell her piano, as she is going abroad in a strong iron frame. Wanted-Wonien to sew buttons on the fourth floor. Wanted-A steady, respectable young man to look after a garden and milk a cowg who has a good voice, and is accustomed to sing the choir. Mr. Staylate-The other night I heard a story that gave me such a start. Francis Tarbell fyawningj-I wish I knew it!!!!! After spending a whole period on two pages of complicated altogether dis- tracting typewriting. Keg asked Miss Grier what we were to do with it? "Oh, nothing," said Miss Grier. "Chl and I went and corrected all my mistakes." sighed Keg. Teacher-One beautiful autumn day, Little Red Riding Hood was walking along a path in the woods, when she came to a sharp turng and whom do you suppose she saw standing there with a row of shining white teeth gleaming at her? Little Boy-Teddy Roosevelt. Gordon Riley was ready for the party when he was a small boy, and he went up to his mother and said: "Shall I wash my hands or put on my gloves F" Smart Kid CMark I-Ierringj-How old is that lamp, lla ?" Mother-"Uh, about three years: why?" Kid-"Turn it down, it's too young to smoke." 70 Certain Young Man-HI coulfl Mr. Jennings-"Wl1at is a quadrilateral?" Beulah-"A quadrilateral is an animal having four sides." George Marvin tells this as being the narrowest escape of his life: "She was very stout, and must have weighed nearly three hundred pounds. She was learning roller skating, when she had the misfortune to fall. Several attendants rushed to her side, but were unable to raise her at once. One said: "We'll get you up all right, Madam, do not be alarmed." "Oh, Tm not alarmed at all, but your floor is so terribly lumpy." And then from underneath came a small voice which said: "I'm not a lump. I'm George Marvin." Teacher to Charles Haydon-If you were seated in a street-car of which every seat was occupied, and a lady came in, what would you do? Charles-Pretend I was asleep. Why is the ankle placed between the knee and the foot? Bright Freshie-To keep the calf from eating the corn. Marion Stone was married but a short time when her servant came in to her and said: "Please, ma'am. there's a poor man at the door with wooden legs. "Wl1y Bridget! said Marion, "what can we do with wooden legs? Tell him we don't want any." The crowd of tourists stood about the crater of Vesuvius peering down into the fiery depths. "VVell," remarked an American, "that beats hell!" Whereat, an Englishman standing near exclaimed: "Bah jove, how vewy extensively some of the Amewicans have twaveled. Business was in full swing at the church bazaar when R. B. W. stroll- ' , ed around, evidently with no inten- X. 'IJ yi' ,ir-f 1 tion of purchasing anything As he :Nl ' fag' .1 f 'f ff 5:21 as- L ,fl xxglwkl' Q --f Jlgjglglll QQ .-Sf passed one booth, the young lady ffl - DT ff , - ' I f .li 5 . FH" 'C seller detained him: KM5: A fl 5 4 l science f "'Won't you buy a cigarette holder, 5 ' - Biff' " J sir?" ' l I if ff f ff "No, thank you, I don't smoke," G7mW33iV s by was the reply. jf ,qifbfi "Or a penwiper worked with my fWf' B"' l 'g0r7"- ef 4' -t if-3 ' Q, 'f'f!:- --- -GRE? own hands ?" S fiia-naq .- - "I don't write." PMI 'iv Yi fy, r 0 now ' - "Then do have this nice box of ' 7 fn, trschool ., . 3 . . y 'i Cl'1OCOlatCS Ps - gy' .511 'cf-I 243 N fiildontt eatl sgveetsyll V JZ ,md qqmalas- e young a y s pa 1ence was ex- i. mt- ff" mum, ' hausted. i, I "Sir,u She said grimly "will you ' . - le., . a- 1.-or Sak ' buy this cake of soap ?" , ' 'I . I-Ie bought it. 7 ' P""'E ' , 'ff . , . , 'Z john Lessing s folks were moving. nf 1 t f ' F 1, A passerby said to him as the rain f f 'B' "W - 'DE ' was falling in torrents and the men were hurrying the furniture into the vans: "Oh! are you moving ?" "Naw," said john. "It was such a nice day, I thought I'd take the furni- ture out for an afternoon drive." 71 ,lack Thomson to liausch-t'Say, little one. can you tell me where l can uy some hay around here ?" Mammas Boy KU-"Sure: we have anything in U. H., why?" -lack-"Oh, I just got your goat. and l want to feed him." Mr. Kelley fwhen a small boyj-"O Ma, I h'leve l'm sick!" Mother-"VVhat makes you think so ?" Paul-"Well, l b'leve T have the chicken pox, cause this morning I found a feather in my bed. i Lives of Seniors all remind us. ' We need a lot of push behind us. js p V p y During school we must be earnest. TLTTTY ir- s S 'r VVe must strive to do our best, Q A L j vi- Q E Ea Q And departing leave behind us. 2 Q f SQ? Notebooks that will help the rest. I ' I " 6 " W "" - U Ju? fUf all the sad words of tongue or Ja at E I pens E f-j,f-,fer ,gf K I"' These are the saddest: 'Tm stung i . ,. 'i L y again." i v -N A woodpecker lit on a lfreshmans T .1 Q 4 head, . V-ig E And settled down to drill: viii? .5 ,Aki ep 4 I He bored away for half a day, y f rf , t H And then he broke his bm. . 17 4 He 3, D0 you 566 The cat .at the Y. XY. C. -X. rooms the mooncg N 7 had five kittens two days' old. The 5 moon? "" f' ' ff secretary of the Y. XV. telephoned 556' N0 '5CC YOU EGU?-.,, T' Z Edward Clark, the janitor. and HC ' WW' moms W' 5' 50? asked him to feel th s - 5 She:-Because l your Beau -am. . 1 H C E Cai, qu. sun - day morning. All right. said he, "and shall I feed the kittens, too F" "T want to get a good novel to read on the train, something pathetic," said a woman to ,lack Thompson. who was clerking in a bookstore. "Let me seeg how would 'The Last Days of Pompeii' do P" "Pompeii? I never heard of him. VVhat did he die of ?" 'Tm not quite sure. ma'am, replied Jack. Some kind of eruption, Tre heard." FOUND IN THE SENIOR CLASS lf Ronald Vtfyncoop was convicted, would Leonard "Plee? 'J If Kate McCracken is the dignity of the class, is Mildred "De XYitt ?" lf Ed Clarke is E.l'.'s only boy, is ,lack Thomson? If Genette Pixley was married, would john Lessing? St. Joe Anarchist-Risky. Rosky. Erich Kerlikowski! Talk about your Southerns' and actors of fame, a Senior has them all beat-Mort Mitchell is his name. Senior-Did you know the class of 191-l is the most well-informed class on current events? Freshie-Nawg how do you git that? Senior-VVhy. we have a Daly Harrold and an Evening Post. 72 She-Do you know why they had Keg for snapshot editor? He-No: why? She-Cause she's a Kammer tcamerall. If the dam gave out, would they let Alford? Simons, who is president of l9l-P, as you see, Is forever writing notes to his little C. N. B. There's a girl in our class who surely can bluff, Her name? Lois I-Ioag, oh sure enough! Clyde Dohn is quite a flirt-his glance ne'er lets a maid unnoticed pass, And yet we're proud to have him in our bestest Senior class. Since we've welcomed him in St. joe, thinks Colegrove with a shiver, "How could I ever go to High in that Iicrg across the river." If Emma lirunn was attacked by a mad dog, would Marion Stone it? Gustafson and Smith are Seniors healthy, The way they bluff in German -l is certainly "wealthy," "How much coal do you want to order?" asked Glyde llrown, who now worked for her father. "Oh, I tank about 'Sextonf " was the reply. Aileen qailingl in many ways and full of fear. The forlorn wretch sought his death Napier. She-VVhy, -loan De Arc hasn't anything on us as to her heavenly visitors. I-Ie-VVhy? She-Oh, we have a St. Clair right in our class. Edith VVilliams had been asked what an optimist was. A "VVall, I guess it's a cross-eyed man that's happy 'cause he isn't bow- legged ! ! ! ! !" Roy Mollhagen is full of the dickensg In Economics, he used as an argument-''chickens'' Five years from now: I-Iow's everything up at your house, Foltz? Ch, she's all right. La Verne was calling on his GIRL? At quite a late hour the GIRIQS dad came into the room, and asked in quite a gruff voice, UXNIELL, young man, do you know what time it is P" "Yes-s-s-s-s-s-S," said La Verne, "I was just about to go." And so saying. took his hat and "BEAT IT." "WI-ZLL," said the father, t'What ails that young feller, I wanted to ask him what time it was so I could set my watch." Caldwell each night, Lessons all punk, At the end of the term He gets a Hunk. VVHO? 73 R. B.-Why are some eggs smaller than others, Miss St. Claire? Sissy-Well, you see they take some of them out of the nest quicker than others. Miss Hart-If you boys can't understand English, you had better go to some foreign country." Witt-Yes, make it Benton I-Iarbor. Doc Witt, when a boy of about ten, was out with a bunch of fellows one after- noon, and during the course of their conversation someone began to tell riddles. "What kind of a shirt does a tramp wear F" The answer was nit Cknitj. YVell, when Doc reached home, he found his mother entertaining company. and after a moments consideration said, "Say, Ma, do you know what kind of a shirt a tramp wears ?,' When everyone had declared their ignorance of the answer, he said with one of his smiles, "WO0L." Miss Conant fin I-Iistoryl-Can you locate the French possessions in Africa? Gibbs-Well, they are all north of the Tango." I-Ie-Is that you, darling? Edna Aber-Yes, who is this? At a recent teachers' meeting while discussing the work of the pupils, Miss Grier was heard to say, "Yes, Mark is slow and sure." Mr. Kelley-Slow and sure, eh? Miss Grier-Yes, slow to learn and sure to forget. Aileen Napier on commencement day said to the faculty, "I shall not soon forget you, I owe you for all I know." To which the faculty replied, 'ADO not mention such a triiief' In Sunday-school, the teacher explained to the class that Heaven was Eternal Bliss. Then she asked what hell was. Miss Kelble, then a small child, timidly raised her hand and said, 'fEternal blister, please ma'am." - Had a puncture, my friend? Ed Clark looked up and swallowed his feelings with a huge gulp. "No, sir," he replied, g'I'm just changing the air in the tires, the other was all worn out." I know these Limericks all are a fright, So, nuf sed: good-bye-yours truly-Harpstrite. The St. Joseph Alumni have not been forgotten in preparing the Cres- I cent Annual. We would be glad to devote a few pages to them, but re- I gret to say that the addresses of all could not be procured. If the alumni will send in their ad- dresses to the Principal next spring, they will be gladly published in the next issue. C. L. 1 74 1-wg V Vxww I 1 l 1 ' Jfqlf ifyff Wifi!! fl. , kd- ,i ll ' ff 2 ' ' - I 195 1 I 17 ' I 'H Lf' Q Vi 6 X N w ' f X 1' N 2 ff 21 W f Q , ' v- W ,ww 2 " K. y H ' fp- ' . 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JOSEPH THE CHEVROLET CAR Four cylinder Roadster S750 Four Cylinder Touring Car S875 Light Six Touring Car 51,475 Large Six Touring Car 52,500 ' - K -' z +?5EP' g- j felt ' E ' N if ,,- gel . I f A Q' ZAYQ- ' ' - 'S Qian Y- p 1 4- .::-3 .., so . -en-ibm ' X1 Quality, service and comfort stand out prominently in every feature. We invite comparison. The four cylinder motors are extremely powerful, long stroke, valve in the head type. See our exhibit at the automobile show. GOODELL gz KCJLBERG .'?l3'iiEItE3ZSZ'CEZZ.T.Z'1 87 vit. 'nseph Qtnnzexhaturg nf gitnsir OSCAR HATCH HAWLEY, Director. la Ill! 4 jing-,-.ul Departments of Piano, Voice, Violin, Harnaony, Composition, Modern n Languages, Dramatic Art, each Taught by experienced instructors. ll II I' .H I' 'I INDIVIDUAL LESSONS CLASS LESSONS Century Building HQEQ? Y Broad Street For terms call or write to the Director St. Joseph Autorhohile Co. L S. A. SAMOORE, Proprietor. We Appreciate Your Trade Largest and Best Equlpped Garage GELQ'-rj! . . . S lil F' rn Southern Michigan. Full Line of Tires and Supplies. Repair Department Equipped to Handle any Case of Trouble. 1 General Machine Work and Acety- lene Welding. PHQNE 24, KNAAK DRUG Co. U . The Rexall Store Open Day and Night. 6l9-62l Ship Street Dmggim and Opticians sr. JOSEPH, MICH. State Street St. Joseph, Mich. 88 Two socks' wear from one! Men who have worn our No. 398 "Dreadnaught" sock long enough to know and who have no reason for stretching the truth, say that it actually wears twice as long as the ordinary kinds which sell at the same price. Iron Clad No. 398-only 250 This is not to be wondered at, for the yarn in heels and toes is four ply and the cotton in it the longest, strongest Sea Island staple, further strengthened by the Iron Clad "special twist." This sock gives extreme durability without clunisiness. It is soft, seamless, snug Htting, comfortable and beautifully mercerized. Such qualities in a25c sock deserve your trial. Test a pair! If you know of no Iron Clad dealer nearby, order from us direct, stating size and colors wanted. Colors: Pearl, Ecru, Copenhagen Blue, Golden Tan, Wine, Heliotrope, White, Champagne, Black, Dark Tan, Dark Grey, Navy Blue. Sizes 95 to 115. We prepay postage. "Battleship" catalog free featuring Iron Clads, in colors, for the whole family. Write for it today. COOPER, WELLS 85 CO. 212 VINE STREET ST. JOSEPH, MICH. IV9'itej?n' our beautiful 'tlicrttleslnjoll vfctczlog-it'.sjb'ee.' Btudcnl- vvhaitna dom Mr,wn-ahead? P'lr.WhiTchcad- Aw l"m pus! teslmq some victuals so when lm mar ne l'lI :mow W 5 3 oqoinq into mry itumrmck h 1 " 474 -"- ,EI ' ,R ' -'V w .nf an ' Ill I 2 ll ' lu' I 42:12. 1- 7 l ll ,fa P I ll : ' 5 115- , Ji m ff a 5 ,L ,- PAIJEREWSKI spent long years in study to perfect himself in music. which you can ac- complish in a few hours today with a PLAYER PIANO. Only the best car- ried in stock here. at factory prices. All we ask is for you to see us be- fore buying. FULL LINE OF SHEET MUSIC F. A. Schoeneberg 85 Co 206 State Street, St. Joseph, Mich IS YOUR HOUSE- WIRED? Heats Cools ELECTRICITY Washes The Silent Servant Imns Sews ln The House Cooks Dustless---Smokeless Dustle ss--- Matchless Benton Harhorzst. Joseph Railway 81 Light Company A S K TH E M A N AFTER YOU GRADUATE There wz7! come ez tzhze when you wzll 'want coal and zee. Remember and ea!! on us for Coal of Good Quality and Pure Ice BROWN ICE 85 COAL CO. 90 IN S U R A N C E FRANK L. PIXLEY 206 State Street ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN ...Caldwellm Theahee Beauiiful Si. Joseph Home of Refined Vaudeville and Beauiiful loiciures 91 PROFESSIONAL CARDS T, W., Keeler Hattie A. Schwendener, M.D DENTIST OFFICE HOURS, 1 to 4 p. m. DEUTSCH GESPROCHEN Union Bank Phone Telephone 131 Bldg. 12'F'1 600 Main Street St. Joseph, Michigan FRANK M. GOWDY, M.D. R. C. ALLEN, M.D. Phone 29-1 St. Joseph, Michigan Century Building St. Joseph, Mich. Chester O'Hara James O,H2lT3 S. W. HONEY 7 7 O HARA 55" O HARA DENTIST LAWYERS 1 PHONE 180 St. Joseph, Michigan FRANK DEITCH DENTIST Best Teeth, none better made S5 22 K. Gold Crowns EIS3 PHONES OFFICE 1281 RES. 128 L EDW. J. WITT Physician and Surgeon 314 STATE ST. PHONE 60-1R T. G. YEOMANS M.D. Union Bank St. Joseph Bldg. Mich. F. N. MARTIN Physician PHONE 777 F-1 Baitinger 61 Kingsley Co. For the best of everything in Furniture and House Furnishings of all kinds. Goods on the lnstallmgg Plan 403-405 STATE STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MICH. l For An Kind. of M. W. STOCK S M owing and Dmying if GENERAL+ CONTR ACTOR Call ' U"bzGix.Q' or See Ask DOGS , The Man Gus Yeslee The A He Trcmskr Line Building Has Built For 3 I 7 Main Street, Sl. Joseph, Mich. ce, I67-J . not 93 Better Coal for l..ess Money Q72 I Hard Coal Soft Coal 1 Coke 2 Weight and Quality Guaranteed I-I C 1 C Yarcls,E.Broaci St. Phone I0 HITIIHH O21 O. sr. 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