Three Rivers High School - Reflector Yearbook (Three Rivers, MI)

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Mabelle Cowgill fMrs. Joseph M. Charnberlainj, Indianapolis Donald Whitesell, U. of M., Ann Arbor. Laura Bitting, Fairbanks-Morse, Three Rivers. Verna Detwiler fMrs. Bryant Cookj, Three Rivers. Avis Elliott, Eddy Paper Co., Three Rivers. Madeline Mowrer, Baldwin 8: Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. Leona Frank, Kalamazoo. Miriam Avery, Kalamazoo Normal, Kalamazoo. Laura Petre, Fairbanks-Morse, Three Rivers. Clark Jacobs, Fairbanks-Morse, Three Rivers. Ruth Elliott, Three Rivers. liCarrie Lemke. Helen Defenderfer, Kalamazoo Normal, Kalamazoo. Donald Benfer, M. A. C., Lansing, Michigan. Loretta Miller, Three Rivers. Gladys Miller CMrs. Arthur Richiel, Three Rivers. Susan Healy, Bronson Hospital, Kalamazoo. Leola Schweitzer, Kalamazoo. Marie Spooner fMrs. Ray Fitchl, Three Rivers. Leo Northrup, Three Rivers. Claribel Rahn, Kalamazoo Normal. Eunice Gorbutt, rural teacher, Three Rivers. itDeceased. CLASS OF 1919 Warren Abbott, Kalamazoo Normal, Kalamazoo. Hazel Barrows, McAllister Co., Three Rivers. Myrtle Bauserman, rural teacher, Three Rivers. William Bobb, U. of M., Ann Arbor. Kathleen Boyer, rural teacher, Three Rivers Hazel Doyle, Jackson. Mildred Clifford, Three Rivers Garage, Three Rivers. Amy Dunckel, New Haven, Connecticut. Winifred Dunn, rural teacher, Three Rivers. Milton Fitch, Three Rivers, Michigan. Dorothy Fraser, Ferris Institute, Big Rapids, Michigan. Bess Fraser, Detroit, Michigan. Florence Garl, R. M. Kellogg Office, Three Rivers. Edith Godshalk, Three Rivers. Mildred Jewell, Gas 8: Electric Co., Three Rivers. Bernard Johnson, Three Rivers. Mae Lucas, Eddy Paper Co., Three Rivers. Arthur Luck, Bullock's Drug Store, Three Rivers. Marie McCrory, Fairbanks-Morse, Three Rivers. Lucile Shafer, U. of M., Ann Arbor. Frieda Stears QMrs. Harley Birchj, Three Rivers. Dale Stone, U. of M., Ann Arbor. Paul Tessin, Fairbanks-Morse, Three Rivers. Helen Van Scoter, Campbell Business University, Jackson. Gertrude Walter, Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle Creek. Frances Wellington, Fairbanks-Morse Co., Three Rivers. Gladys Wilson, Fairbanks-Morse Co., Three Rivers. Wanda Wilson, Three Rivers, Michigan. Maxine Woodman, Post Graduate Course, T. R.. H. S. E921 ":..s. - 'X .Q ,fm K? f ..,:. x .. 'qw T Q., V4 ljfnfffi, , In 42Lf,,4,44,!l,- ,F q.Q,4Q,:47V f7 f 9 M w K NJ , W .4 ix JLG ' "' 99912 A N E Q, A a if 6 2f ' , Y W 2 ' X 711g 4, ol .Lf-'ffl' gm , Q-, ,. I "XXL dy-6.44. . tx V , I w, v ' vu v .M 0 fr fp, ..-f,,f,,,.f-ff.-,,,f1' ,xsu1,.., , 7Lu,-.0 WWJ' -1 V ,, ,Q ggi, A U , 1- W 1 ' ,f . 1 rf: S' " ' 3?f"'L? f '5 v4 ., " 1 . s E mix , , .M . "T ' , xi : 'A ,. 'Q 56455 4 : wig? . ,- " . xii' ,1 1 1 5,-. "MZ W.-si.. I 1, IQ -NN-, .. 7441 I, , -KLM J 154, i A bl 1 I I v . K ' Q !1- if ' -f 771-V.. Q, -faq ,fff I I 93 wif 941 jokes Zelda Kingsley on receiving a corrected French paper: "No mat- ter how many mistakes l make I always get 'E' anyway." Thcra Bennett to E. Lull: "I am not denying that women are foolish-God Almighty made them to match the men." 1 -,Q Teacher: 2'What is the plural of appendix?" Leonard Lackey: "Appendicitis." Mr. Horst, in Physics: "Why don't you wear your glasses when you come into the schoolhouse in cold weather?" Ray Ware: "There ain't much difference in temperature." Miss Rutan in Economics: "Well, Mr. Schellhous, what do you think-let's hear you think." Jeff Ware, pressing his ear against Roy's head: "Can't hear him- he don't think." Mr. Horst in Algebra: "Charlene, add 6a and 7b." Charlene: "13ab." Mr. Horst: 'tOf course not, add 6 cows and 9 horses." Charlene: "Fifteen animals." Gerald Hagan: "I am getting to be a real sport now. Last night I and my girl went to the show and stayed out until 8:30. I only spent 15 cents. That's all she had with her." After planning and waiting for a chance he had been hoping for, a certain Junior president lost his nerve. His only chance and he lost it! Why? 1Ask Waltl. Harriet Gleason lwhile writing her Palmer Method Exam.J: "I can't make I's teyeshf' Is that so, Harriet? Miss Judd fRuth or Deanj seems to have some fascination for Mr. Horst. He always watches them walk down the center aisle. 4Wonder if it is that black skirt?J Mrs. Lamb ldescribing leprosyl: "The disease is known by white spots coming on the body." Thora B.: "If the spots were brown I certainly would have it on my nose." l95l Talking of a policy that a young fiance had taken out for his in- tended wife, Harriet Gleason made the remark: "He couldn't get the money, as he hasn't any interest in her life." Beulah Fisher in Zoo-logy: "Mr. Hewitt, do frogs die when they croak?" Mr. Ringle: "What is a tLimited Policy'?" Violet Reed: "A Limited Policy is one where the person doesn't get his money until he is dead." Teacher: "Marian, are you guessing or thinking?" Marian Tombaugh: "I guess I'm thinking." POEM BY A RHINIE We have a teacher named "Mack", Who enters the door through a crack, Her width is so small, that it shows not at all, But in length she makes up for the lack. Verald Ellinger: "I can't get these slippers on. I've tried for an hour." Kathleen Wilson: "Mine were the same way. I had to wear them three days before I could get them on." A certain author said, "Flirting is an art." I wonder who it was that said, "Bunny is wedded to her art"? Clayton Babcock in Grammar: "My feet having affected me, I sit down." Mrs. Cauffman in 7th Hour Art: "Lydia, hold up your foot and let me see it." Teacher: "Children, what would you do if there should be a fire this A. M.?" Rhinies: "We would rise in our places, step out in the aisle and go quietly out of the building." QLa.terJ Teacher: t'What would you do if I told you Professor Bailey would speak to you this A. M.? Rhinies: "We would rise in our places, step out in the aisle and go quietly out of the building." H "Have you read 'Freckles'?" "No, mine are brown." Rhinie: "My mother explored my pockets last night." Senior: "Well, what did she find?" Rhinie: "What most explorers find-enough for a lecture." l96l C. B. Langton tin typewriting rooml: "Oh loo-k, Marie Rineholt is making a mash o-n Lynn Weyrickl" Lyna Whited: "That's nothing-she could make a mash on anyone." Miss Rutan: "Where was the Declaration of Independence signed?" Louie Oldenburg: "At the bottom." Student: "I don't know where the place is." Teacher: "What have you been doing?" Student: "Hunting for it." Found in the back of Thora Bennett's book: I know a maiden fair to see, Take care! She has two eyes so soft, so brown, Take care! She gives a side glance and looks down, Beware! Beware! She is fooling thee. Is it possible that she judges others by herself? Mary Zander took some pictures up to Joy's for Edie B. and while she was there, George Smith came in. It must have been his presence that fussed her so, for she said: "Mix Joy, Efhe wants these pictures yesterday noon." Mr. Hewitt handed back several drawings in Physiology class. A. Hagan: "Where's my man?" fBub?l A. Diggins: "And where's my heart?" Elizabeth Blum: "Oh Lester, what did you wave at Burke for last night?" Lester Naylor: "I didn't wave at her, I was waving at you." Mrs. Lamb: "I don't know what your test questions will be yet, I have only thought of them." Thora Bennett: "A penny for your thoughts." Miss Buck says that the origination of the Chicago fire was that a man was milking with a lamp, and the barn caught on fire. We hope no one else Will try to milk with a lamp. Mrs. Lamb: "What does the tnew wine of the year' make you do?" Don Schall: "Crow." Marie Rineholt igiving a report in Englishl: "And then all the Gods sat down and ate themselves." l97l Teacher: "What animal makes the nearest approach to man?" M. Rahn: "A cootief' Freshman tdreaming in LatinJ: "Audacissime, ah-um!" Beaulah F.: "What animal is it that death cannot effect?" Esther S.: "A pig of course-it can always be cured when it is dead." Mr. Ringle in Salesmanship: "Ruth Judd, what is the 'Law of Growth'?" Ruth: "Well, I think seven feet is about the tallest." Zelda Kingsley, translating French: "We were made to love-???" Found in the possession of Mr. Horst: I'm the best pal I ever had, I like to be with me. I like to sit and tell myself Things confidentially. I often sit and tell me If I sho-uldn't or I should, And I find that my advice to me Is always pretty good. I never got acquainted with myself, 'Till here of late, And I find myself a bully chumg I trust me simply great. I never try to cheat meg I'm as truthful as can be. No matter what may come or go I'm on the square with me. I've made a study of myself, Compared me with a lot, And I've finally concluded, I'm the best friend that I've got. Just get together with yourself, And trust yourself with you, And y0u'll be surprised how well yourself Will like you if you do. -fflpologics to G. M. Cohan. l98l John Breyfogle: "The reason more young fellows don't go on farms is because they can't get wives that will work on farms." LC-uie Oldenburg: "I bet I can!" Mr. Hewitt ichanging colorlz ' "You don't want to be too sure about that." Bill Collissi: "Take his advice, boys, he's been there." BY A SENIOR Our History Class is very bright, We always answer questions right, We know just when each war was begun, And just what battles by each were won, And what the war was all about, And led by which of the generals stout, We know what happened cn each date, And what we've learned both first and late, And now dear teacher, give us "A", For we're all sharks in History. Miss Buck to Duard Arney: "Duard, what was the first great ex- pedition after the Louisiana Purchase?" Duard: "Fulton's steam boat." Onie Withers asked Helen Grush to kiss him. She said she wouldn't, but Mildred Wood. l99l Field Day, 1920 Much interest was manifested in Track this year, and Three Rivers High School was again successful in Winning the St. Joseph County Track Cup at the Field Meet held at Centreville, June 4, 1920. Shot Put-first, Lott, Three Rivers, second, Grim, Sturgis, third, Kline, Three Rivers. Distance, 35 ft., 514 in. 50-Yard Dash, Class A-first, Naylor, Three Rivers, second, Hess- mer, Three Rivers, third, Morton, Colon. Time, 7 1-5 seconds. 50-Yard Dash, Class B-first, R. Shook, Sturgis, second, Grim, Sturgis, third, Wescott, Three Rivers. Time, 7 4-5 seconds. Running Bro-ad Jumpffirst, Wescott, Three Riversg second, Bramer, Three Rivers, third, Grim, Sturgis. Distance, 18 ft., 4 in. Base Ball Throw-first, Lott, Three Rivers, second, Olney, Mendong third, Schellhous, Three Rivers. Distance, 312 ft. 100-Yard Dash, Class A-first, Hessmer, Three Rivers, second, Naylor, Three Rivers, third. Wallace, Three Rivers. Time, 12 4-5 seconds. 100-Yard Dash, Class B-first. Grim, Sturgis, second, R. Shook. Sturgis, third, Wescott, Three Rivers. Time, 10 4-5 seconds. Half-Mile Run-first, Collissi, Three Rivers, second, White, Stur- gis: third, Lott, Three Rivers. Time, 2 minutes, 20 2-5 seconds. 120-Yard Hurdlegfirst, Grim, Sturgis, second, R. Shook. Sturgis: third, Collissi, Three Rivers. Time, 16 2-5 seconds. Running High .lump--first, Ware, Three Rivers: second, Drake. Three Rivers and White, Sturgis. Distance, 5 ft. 440-Yard Dash-iirst, Grim, Sturgis: second, Hagan, Three Rivers: third, Collissi, Three Rivers. Time, 57 1-5 seconds. Standing High Jump-first, Ware and Kline, Three Rivers, third, Strohm, Constantine. Distance, 4 ft., 395 in. 220-Yard Dashffirst, Grim, Sturgis: second, Wescott, Three Rivers: third, R. Shook, Sturgis. Time, 25 seconds. Pole Vault-Hrst, Lott and Slc-an, Three Rivers, third, R. Shook. Sturgis. Distance, 9 ft.. 6 in. Lwoj Standing Broad Jump-first, Kline, Three Rivers, second, Wescott Three Rivers, third, Grim, Sturgis. Distance, 9 ft., HQ in. Relay Race-first, Three Riversg second, Sturgis. Time, 1 min. 40 3-5 seconds. Those from Three Rivers who will receive a letter in recogni- tion of their work are Lott, Kline, Schellhous., Naylor, Hessmer Wallace, Wescott, Ware, Hagan, Collissi, Sloan, Bramer, and Drake Track Meet Totals--Three Rivers, 94, Sturgis, 513 Mendon, 3 Colon, 15 Constantine, 1. f101j v H ,w if 3' 'rr E. E Lf : fTiE?ffTf.f7gg1 N fs- 2 :Q ffifzirz 3 gs-145:44 2 A " ,- '-fgwg 44,1 -1-gh 155. fd Lkwf 3fI'- Q fiifgagg - 5 X ,-4f 'u'fN,: f4.3,- ttf Q - II'-., - A M4--ve--:1g?1'n.ie XX 92355-'iff Teri? Epi f X . .. fm , ,:-,fx , J, ,L A M E 1- -,,. L . x v MQg.7:L,-1...-5-, fb, ,Ls - A 4 , -.f L -.-.h -,uf W.. -F,-:4: ff? 5:44-- g1: 1 ff-fvf " wr 11 -,5J 1 1 figxlif-' ww!'f?Qf fig f 1 , ff f , 1::, f W . - , I LED? 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Oh, just see how glad Frank Krull is to be back in school. 5. Principal Horst opened chapel this year with his usual line of jokes, but we will admit that he is joking all the time. 8. Constance Walter and Elizabeth Cook had to change their seats to the Commercial Building for the Rhinies took up too much room in the Assembly room. 9. Most all new teachers this year. CONFLICTS! CONFLICTS! 10. Seniors elected the officers of their class today. Percy Biedler came to school for a few days. Wonder what he saw that he didn't like? 11. The Juniors followed suit today. 12. Chorus organized this morning. Mrs. Kauifman announc- es that it is the largest class she has ever had in Three Rivers High. 15. Hurrah! No penmanship is being taught this year. No wonder some of the teachers have and probably will have to stay up all night correcting papers. 16. The second year French class thought they knew a lot last year but they have begun to realize that they belong to the "Know Nothing Party." 17. Seniors elected the Annual Staff today. 18. The Rhinies are beginning to feel more at home. 19. Chapel was held by singing the same old songs. 22. What do you know about it! The Freshmen had a class meeting today. 23. First day of the Fair at Centreville. Warren Wescott said he was anxious to go to see the "Live Stock" as he is inter- ested in "Farming". 24. From different reports there are big attractions at the Fair. Everyone skipping. 25. The School Board were very kind and gave us Friday off for the Fair. 26. Everybody went to the Fair. 29. Helen Bauserman in Chemistry: "I can't find a bottle of H90 anywhere for this experiment." 30. Claudius Collissi to Gerald Hagan who was standing on the stairway: "Going downstairs, Hagan?" Gerald: "Maybe" 51021 Claudius: "Just contemplating, are yeh?" Gerald: "Nope, I'm blow- ing my nose." OCTOBER 1 Frank Bedell is getting to be a regular spcrt. He reports the purchase of a ukelele. 2 Another dead day in school. 3 Mr. D. B. Waldo, President of the Kalamazoo Normal, spoke in Chapel. 6 They will have to go "Slow and Easy" with the poor little Rhinies until they get used to a faster life lHigh Schooll. 7 Jimmie Kline got 75 in Spelling. Very good, Jimmie. A Soccer Ball Team was organized today. 8 Miss Rutan in U. S. History: 4'When England signed the 'Peaty of Trease' " fTreaty of Peacel. We'll excuse her this time. 9 Mr. Horst forgot to come to Review Arithmetic Class this morning. Only if he would keep the good work up. 10 Dr. Balch of Kalamazoo College spoke in Chapel this morning. 13 Prepare for the first six weeks exams. Three Rivers beat Colon in Soccer Ball 61 to OJ. 14 Mr. Horst to Doris Robbins in Reviews: "What is an index sign used for?" Doris, "It shows that the power is to be routed" frootedb. 15 Rosanne Predmore to Zelda Kingsley going to school: "Oh, Zelda, I Wish you would get married or something before I leave." Zelda: "Oh, you don't mean it?" lDon't worry, Zelda, there is plenty of time yetl. 16 First six weeks exams. 17 The Annual Staif had charge of Chapel today explaining the "Reflector" especially for the beneiit of the Rhinies. 20 Dean Judd to Mary Zander in the hall: "My fellow fiirted simply awful with another girl at the dance Saturday night. Should I speak to him about it?" Mary Zander: "Why? Doesn't he know about it?" 21 Everyone stayed five minutes overtime this noon as Mr. Horst wanted to hear the clock tick. 22 Jimmie Black in trying to see how tall Emerson Lull was had to get a step-ladder to reach the mark. Katcha Koo was played at the Rex theater. 23 There seemed to be a snake crawling around in Doris Zierle's book today instead of in the grass. tBrave girll. 24 Prof. Frederick McKay of Ypsilanti Normal gave an inter- esting talk in Chapel. 27 A case which I don't think can be cured-Donald Boyer and Thelma Fenstermacher. 28 Report cards today. Nothing but kicks. 29 When Beaulah Fisher ever makes another middy tif she fioaj ever does? we advise her to get a pattern large enough to fit Sam Irwin. 30 Rhinies are getting used to the rude ways of High School. 31 Soccer. Three Rivers beat Centerville 43 to 09. NOVEMBER 3 Miss Thomason has invented a new kind of egg in Domes- tic Science class. It is made by using more baking powder and milk but as yet, it has not been given a name. Only so far it is called by the nice sounding French word "EGEE". 4 Company today. A dog wandered around today viewing the school. But his visit was cut short. 5 Mr. Crawford talked to the school about the construction of the New Junior High School Building that we are going to have. 6 Mrs. Kauffman heard some new parodies in chorus today, but she couldn't just tell where they came from. 7 Rev. Braund addressed the High School on "Better Speech", on the close of "Better Speech" week. 10 If Leah Spaulding would supply all the school with the amount of gum she chews we think that the drug stores would go out of business. 11 PEACE DAY! No school this afternoon. Everybody out to the Soccer Ball game to see Three Rivers beat Colon. Three Rivers won. 12 Second Book Report today. 13 Everybody's drawing. Getting ready for Exhibition Day. 14 Noticed Miss Rutan is wearing a diamond. Her hands seemed to be just like a switchboard. We were wondering which hand it really did belong on? 17 One of the High School students reported that he saw Miss Burke laughing today. 18 When Bunny Shane leaves her Domestic Science work at home we think she wishes to go home after it and get to chew a little gum. lls that so Bunny?l 19 Oh you six weeks tests????? 20 Today the Soccer Ball team made the last appearance in their suits of the season. 21 Rev. Newlin, the Evangelist, gave a very interesting talk in Chapel this morning. 24 The Rhinies were challenged by the Freshies to play a game of Soccer. It came out a tie 41 to ll. 25 Mr. Adams had company today down in the ventilating system when Mr. Skunk and Mr. Dog met. What a grand and glorious time. Everybody put your gas masks on. 26 Most everyone has recovered today. 27 What happened today? Oh, nothing. 28 Dola Weinberg was called to the telephone in Mr. Horst's office. She went down the east stairs and up the west stairs to the phc-ne. The longest way round is the shortest way home, Dola. H041 DECEMBER 1 Another new case in school. John Breyfogle and Mabel Rodeheaver. 2 Rhetoricals. Robert Shumaker's voice is changing. 3 Nothing doing today. Everybody seems to be busy study- ing. 5 A debate was held in Chapel today on "Whether Military Training should be compulsory?" The ailirmative won by 25 to 18. 8 Gerald Roys: "Why my forefathers came over on the Mayflower". M. Rahn, "Good thing they did, the immigrating laws are more strict now-a-days." 9 Chapel was held by singing and Rosanne Predmore played a piano solo. 10 Just think! Only eight more days until Xmas vacation. HURRAH! 11 One year ago we went to the same schoolhouse but one year from now?????? 12 Oh you book reports. 15 Here it is December 14 and no place to play Basket Ball. 16 Walter Fenstermacher: "They're Hooding the Athletic Field". Don Schall: 'tYeah, we'll have to form a Hocky Club". Wallace Wolf: "I got one now" Hurrah! No school tomorrow and Thursday. The Teachers' County Institute will be held at the High. 19 Senior Play, "Down in Dixie". at the Rex theater. Good attendance. School closes today for Xmas vacation. JANUARY 5 First day of school after Xmas vacation. OH GEE! First Semester's exams. soon. 6 Mrs. Lamb to Edna Childs: t'Miss Childs, please name sc-me more facts about John Dryden's life." Edna Childs: "Dryden died in 1700 and was buried in Westminster Abbey, and then he wrote a po-em for the King". 7 Too many dances over Xmas vacation is heard from many. 8 Mrs. Lamb in English Literature class: "What did Addi- son die of, anyone?" Paul Kerr: "47". 9 T. R. B. B. beaten at Coldwater. rSlippery floor, lack of practice and sick menb. 12 Mrs. Lamb to Mary Prang in English Literature: "What did Thomas Gray write?" Mary Prang: "The Elegy" Written in the country church yard. f"The Elegy written in the Country Church Yard",J. 13 Ruth Judd in English HB: "The bird having only one paw could not get upon the perch". 4Some bird, Ruthl. 14 Mrs. Lamb: "My husband and Mr. Horst were taking a German revolver apart and it was only through an accident and not intelligence that it came apart". 15 We heard that a "freeze out" sleigh ride party was held last evening. lAsk Ray Warel. H1051 The Girls' Basket Ball Team went to Battle Creek where 16 they were beaten 30 to 8. That is not saying that our girls cannot play B. B. 19 Prepare for the worst. Wednesday is First Semester Exams. v 20 Some pep at the Mass Meeting today for our Debating team which goes to Constantine tonight. 21 22 Exams! Exams! I Nothing but Exams! Paul Houldsworth to Miss Rutan in U. S. History: "Will you explain the tenth question?" Miss Rutan: "What don't you un- derstand about it, Mr. Houldsworth?" Paul: "I know but I can't tell you". 23 Last day of exams. Relieved. 26 Ain't it a grand and glorious feeling when all the Exams. are over. 27 A few cases of "Flu" are reported in school today. 28 More "Flu". K 29 Mr. Horst called Assembly announcing there wouldn't be any more school until further notice. FEBRUARY 18 Back o-n the job again at the same old grind. 19 "We must study, We will not shirk, To make up our daily work". fThis probably won't be a lie eitherb. 20 Mr. Horst read "A Perfect Tribute" in Chapel this morning. 23 Miss Hutton to Charlene Sandberg: "Charlene, what is a rectangular shape?" Charlene: "I don't know. I don't take geom- etrv". 24 House cleaning day in Mr. Hewitt's Agricultural room. All unnecessary rubbish was removed. 25 Harry Baker was to school on time this morning. Why what's going to happen, Harry? 26 Oh just look at Malcolm Rahn's new shirt. 27 What is this school coming to? Another pair in school- Paul Houldsworth and Pauline Goodbrake. George Smith begins to think there is no chance for him any more. MARCH 1 Mrs. Lamb to Helen Bauserman in English: "What are the two rules for committing a poem?"' Helen B.: "Commit it to memory". 2 Fire alarm! It's a good thing we don't have a fire or everybody would burn up. 3 Ticket sellers are busy selling tickets for the big Basket Ball game Friday between Sturgis and Three Rivers. 4 The High School Exhibit was a great success. 5 Did we beat Sturgis? Well I guess 442 to 163. 8 Capt. Katherine of Chicago addressed the boys concerning Camp Roosevelt at Muskegon. 9 Mrs. Lamb absent to-day. Her classes were dismissed which was not unappreciated. 51061 10 Boys' Basket Ball beat Cassopolis at Cassopolis 152 to 243. Who said T. R. cou1dn't play B. BI? 11 Prof. Smith Burnham of Kalamazoo Normal spoke on "Cit- izenship" in Chapel this morning. 12 Mr. Horst conducted Mrs. Lamb's spelling class in the As- sembly Room this A. M. He asked the class to use "radiant" in a sentence and when none could use it satisfactorily he called on Warren Hoshel who happened to be in the A. R. Warren H.: "Yah, your face is radiant", amid an uproar of laughter in the A. R. 15 Crystal Avery walked home all alone from school tonight. Wonder where Paul H. could have been? 16 Mr. Horst called Assembly at 3:30 P. M. announcing that he wished to see all the boys. 17 First book reports of second semester. 18 Another new case reported today-Walter Fenstermacher and Eleanor Starr. 19 Chapel was held this morning by Popular Election. Sup- pose there are many who are wondering "Who's Who and Why"? 22 Thelma Fenstermacher looks kind of pale today. One of the girls was wondering if she happened to forget her box of rouge? 23 Malcolm Rahn fell in the river coming to school this after- noon. Dcn't you think it is too early to go in swimming yet, Malcolm? 24 Mr. Horst gave us a talk on gum chewing. 25 Warren Wescott wrote a 500 word theme on "Reasoning and Memory". We wonder what he wrote. 26 Adelaide Frary to Mr. Horst: "May I have the key to the Victrola"? Mr. Horst: "Yes, you will find it under my desk". Adelaide F.: "What, on the floor?" 29 Percy Biedlcr and Frank Krull made a short visit to school today. Come again when you can stay longer. 30 Miss Rutan to Herman Preston in Spelling class: "Her- man, spell Sales-book". Herman: "s-a-i-l-s-b-o-o-k". Miss Rutan: "Do you think you are sailing on the sea?" 31 Everybody is preparing for April Fool tomorrow. APRIL 1 The Orations and Declamations were spoken in Chapel this morning. Hurrah for spring vacation! 12 Spring vacation was spent mostly by wading snow drifts. 13 Mrs. Lamb in English Literature describing how Priam stood on the wall entreating Hector to come within the walls: "Can't you see a picture of him, can't you see a picture of that 'old maid' standing on the wall?" iSome womanj. 14 Mrs. Horst to Emerson Lull in Chemistry: "Emerson, what is 'annealing of glass'?" Emerson: "Oh, that's Hxing glass so you can scratch it". 15 Another fire drill. Watch your step, Rhinies. f107fI 16 The tardy bell stuck this morning and Max Woodman walked all the way to school while the bell was ringing. tSome speed, Maxi. Mr. Horst read "Keep God in American History" in Chapel this morning. 19 Our three contestants won at the Oratorical Contest held at the High. Audrey Hagan in the Free-for-All won First prize. Pauline Go-odbrake in Declamations won First and Gerald Hagan in Oration won second prize. lWe wondered what was the matter with Constantine?D 20 There was a wide-spread war against the HCL when the High boys followed suit by wearing "Union Overalls" to school to- day. 21 But Emerson Lull admitted the UB. V. D. Club had it all over on the boys-by wearing Basket Ball bloomers and middies" 22 Two years ago Three Rivers beat Mendon, but visa versa today. Mendon beat T. R. 69 to 55. 23 Dr. McCracken of the Chemistry Department at Kalama- zoo Normal spoke on "Work and Play". Colon beat T. R. L7 to 11. 26 Senior play cast was selected today. 27 The Alumni and ex-pupils played ball with the High team. Alumni and ex-pupils beat. No wonder they beat, is it Mary, if Tackey Tessin pitched? 28 Senior play practice today. First act of "Claim Allowed, Continued". 29 Juniors' and Seniors' Play casts were shot today. 30 Chapel was held by Mr. Horst and Mr. Ringle leading us in singing. MAY 3 Six weeks test????? Oh Horrors! 4 Frank Snyder was seen carrying a bouquet of flowers to school this morning. Wonder who he gave them to?? 5 Three Rivers beat Centerville C24 to 15. 6 Of course there had to be some excitement in school today so Dutch rang the fire bell. 7 No chapel today. Mendon beat T. R. at Mendon. 10 Great enthusiasm of the boys over the track meet. Did you know Mary Prang is really going to graduate this year? 11 Our last book report. Oh Joy. 12 Nothing happened today but RAIN, RAIN, RAIN. 13 Mrs. Lamb in English II a few days after M. Rahn was expelled by Principal Horst: "Will Mr. Rahn be back in school? Is he sick?" Paul Houldsworth: "He may be back. It depends on how Mr. Horst feels". Mrs. Lamb: "Well we won't count on him them". 4Fare-thee-well, Malcolml. 14 Mr. Horst gave announcements in Chapel upon "The Lost and The Found", and the rest of the time spent in singing the same old songs. 17 Three Rivers beat Colon L3 to 2j. 51081 18 Helen Gleason in English Literature: "She 4George Elioti didn't marry him because he was already married but they were as good as married". 19 Mr. Cain from Kalamazoo Normal spoke to the Seniors this morning. 20 Miss Burke to Adelaide Frary in French class: "What does 'La Barbe Bleue' mean?" Adelaide llowiz "Little Boy Blue". Miss Burke: "What did you say?" fLa Barbe Bleue meaning The Blue Beardh. Just look on the Bulletin Board. 38 graduates. Con- gratulations, Seniors. Boys are getting their O. K.'s to play Cen- treville to-morrow. All boys under 15 to try the 50 to 100 yard dash today. Rhinies, here's your chance to prove yourselves famous. 21 Lavern Brannon was chosen "May Queen" for the May Festival in Chapel this morning. After election the remainder of Chapel was spent on the athletic field where the teachers and stu- dents of the High went under a number of drills conducted by Mr. Horst. 24 T. R. beat Centreville 124 to 39. Juniors elected their An- nual Staff for the coming year. 25 The girls are practicing for the May Festival which is being directed by Mrs. Kauffman. 26-27 Interclass Track Meet. 28 The customary Junior-Senior Banquet was held last night at the K. of P. Hall. The tables were prettily decorated in brown and gold, the Senior colors. The greeting was given by the president of the Junior Class, Warren Hoshel, followed by a re- sponse from the president of the Senior Class, Harold Hazen. Mr. Andrews acted as toastmaster in a very efficient manner. JUNE 2-3 Senior exams-which tells the story. giavxs UGLJVIN ' N if C0 Qi A Bm EW: C ' L.g1..mr.'z.,, ,Q 51093 4 6 weep! 9 Theater. 10 11 Everybody's gone to Field Day. Baccalaureate at the Presbyterian church. Seniors don't Senior Play, "Claim Allc-wed, Continued", at the Rex Commencement at the Presbyterian Church. Alumni Banquet. 'wi WW .. .,.. my ,..,..,.,,. r.,4-..,.,. , ..,. , , .. .. ' 'F1j.f5i5.: :j..:r3:- :If-jLf'5:l5E25,:. ,I Y- "Though this may be fun for you, 'Tis death to us." fSignedJ ANNUAL STAFF. L 110 J .FI J f f :,f -. veg ff Q 1 ,N I' QDVERTISEMENTS x Q 5 -. -, - " '., 1 1 X3 1 Da 'tt Q I . -f H X of, 2 -4. gt L' I 3 .g ....., ,' ,w.,H.----h-u..f,w,a.-.---M.-1-5 ,.. he e t e MA' f A ' , i I i L .' . l , 'f 1 L" ' ., 2 'T I . if , l libs LH ' 'ig .M ft-GLM 1 CQ 1 FSU filth 'Q i E4.'-i'J?:1 QR, s ,ft '---' .1-rf , gggfsg - 1: 1 it 1 CJK 2 w ,L , . suifffi lf t 4 fl P' ' H 11 "-'az f ffw- of I 1 ,rfb ftffflft ff ...---get t 1 . if al qu.--una: lc, l JL! l -5 Huggies: 1 tl . ew means: wld qw f . ifstflfff' f the-xc' Q fi!-E52 A F fi 52311155 'F E.E A7r:',.i,,fr- 21 Three Rivers Public Schools DEPARTMENTS Primary Grammar junior High School Senior High School COURSES College Preparatory General Agricultural Commercial Twelve grades and Kindergarten. Fully equipped, modern buildings. VVell taught by experienced teachers, holders of life cer- tificates and college degrees. A new junior High School will be opened September 6. 1920. This building will have an auditorium seating 1,000 people, a gym- nasium 60xl00 feet, class rooms and laboratories for Manual Train- ing, Commercial Work, Agriculture, and Domestic Science and Art, together with the regular class rooms for academic subiecls. Tuition rates for 1920-2l are: S30 for Kindergarten to 6th Grade inclusive, S40 for junior High, and S50 for Senior High School. ADMINISTRATION M. HUSS, President E, H. ANDREWS, Secretary H. P. BXRROVVS, Treasurer DR. C. S. EBERLY, Trustee E, D. GLIDDEN, Trustee F. NV. CRAWFORD, Superintendent I I I Illl I II III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIlIIIIIIIllI I IIIIU ll II I I IIl.I.lI Illl Illl Illlllllllllllllfllll Illllllllllll t 1 1 1 1 WALTER A HORST Allen County Public Library 900 Webster Street PO Box 2270 Fort Wayne, IN 46801'227O I 4 For a Standardized Q1T.Q.fff KJ BUSINESS EDUCATION ATTEND THE SOUTH BEND BUSINESS COLLEGE BECAUSE: It is fully Accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools. It is so located as to place you in the best position as soon as graduated. The reputation and standing of this school among busi- ness institutions Will give you a prestige of great advantage. TERM OPENINGS: May 3, june 7, july 5 and August 30. CATALOG FREE ON REQUEST FOR GOOD RELIABLE SHOES COME TO is your best food. E more of i . at T Shoe Store White Bakery A. F. DUNIGAN Boyer Sz, Neighbours OUR CANDIES ARE ALWAYS FRESH Ice Cream Soda FANCY FRUITS IN SEASON 149 St. joe Street Phone 144 I f112j IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII n CARL KLOCKE Shakespeare's and Heddon's Up-to-Date Fishing Tackle Complete Line of Spaulding's Sporting Goods Portage Avenue Three Rivers Robe Tannery Market MANUFACTURERS OF The Best of Fresh and Smoked Meats Rggjliclwgigd Mittens ALWAYS REASONABLE 7 Th ree Rivers. H. LACIXY Sr, SON Migh, Doolittle Lumber Sz, Coal Co. C, A. DOOLITTLE, Prop. Hard and Soft Coal and Coke 502 Seventh Street Phone 546 THREE RIVERS, MICH. E. J. BUYS-CLOTHING IVIen's Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Traveling Goods THREE RIVERS, MICH. 51131 PREPAREDNESS IN YOUR VOCA TION IS ESSENTIAL TO YOUR SUCCESS Young men of sterling qualities are Wanted for our apprentice courses. FAIRBANKS, MORSE 81, CO. SHEFFIELD PLANT Three Rivers, Mich. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IllllIllIIIIIIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll fll-41 I , I Smlth S Flne Shoes I hope they don't catch Look Best you going over to the Fourth Wear Best Ward Store for Lunch. Am Best H. G. PHILLIPS. COST NO MORE CI-IAS. T. MALLO CO. Smokers' Club, El Como, S. O. B., Valanta and La Planta CIGARS Tobaccos and Pipes A complete line of Reach Sporting Goods and Fishing Tackle Three Rivers House S. D. JOY PHOTOGRAPHER Three Rivers, Mich. PHONE l86-L fusj llllll IllllllllIIIIIlIlllIlllIlllllIlIIllIIllIIIllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIllllIIIIIIIIIlIIIIlIIIIIIllIlllIIllIIllIIIIIlIl'llll'lIIlllIll DIMMICK BROS. Dealers in Farm Implements, Hardware, Seeds and Grain l 13 Moore Street Phone 603 If Itis New We Have It Home of Hart Schaffner Sz, Marx and Campus Togs Clothes STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS C. H. LONDICK Sz SON Quality Hardware will be found at REED HARDWARE CO. Builders Hardware Sheet Metal Furnaces l mmmm uuun11im1w n m L 1 16 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lull III I IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILUIIIIIIIUQIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I I III I IIIII OUR STGRE IS READY TO SERVE YOU Dry Goods, Notions, Laces, Under- wear, Hosiery and Ready-to-Wear Where Quality and Service Stands Supreme W. M. MCALLISTER CQ. Phone No. 135 Three Rivers, Mich. Armstrong Machine Works THREE RIVERS, MICH. Manufacturers of the fkiiimst cmaea "The principle is dit7erent" gy?-iuEQlLE1gI G. T. Avery Sz Son Groceries AT THE F ruzts and . Vegetables Dramond Shoe Store I WU I I 411n1n1lllllllllnnt n rg ee- Q, t mmf fslaflll flax miw Tree ' -gl F 22555 F, 5 "1 nl if ?y'l't:"nf T fiTj'3fll,f3 la 'V l t tg-ess-, tty ,t X f gssqtg- 'N t "" as .f '- 's'U'f+ l lf t ll 5' ff ttf 1151 llll'-'Mil Alfsex l-"Fl:Q,g,b-4t,q"7fhw Q, 24 -' ,fn 9.l.lxr-,ws nifswff, A L11 ' ' x - .. - GSSQP, UNION SUITS Appeal to the man Whose sole consideration in select- ing so intimate and personal a garment is the comfort and satisfaction it will give. Vassar's growth has been with those men who want-and demand-the most in the Way of personal comfort. Vassar Swiss Underwear C 0. CHICAGO, U. S. A. DeKalb Three Rivers Y VD :mann-un unvumu u l1l81 Lu.umLmmu'1TEIl'L1'EnII II I llllllllllllllll l ll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllll lllllllllllb i I "Service is Our Hobby " Michigan Gas Sz Electric Co. Untold advantages are secured by patronizing old Reliable, Honest, Jewelry Stores-THATS OURS THE JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined and Defective Vision Corrected JOHNSTON so SCHR-XFFTE If if Come from Cand Easterbroolds M Market NEWS STAND It's Good to Eat ,Uiiiugngmuniinnuymly34nl 4 unulluluimmnmn in mm: l I in li in f119j IIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllIlIITlIlIlII'lllITI IIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllIllIIlIlIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I Real Estate for Sale HOUSES IN EVERY WARD OUR PRICES ARE LOW Lyman Sb Fellows The Men Who Sell Houses LaYork Cloak Shop CENTRAL Three Rivers' Exclusive I-I 0 S Specialty Store for U E Women, Misses Under New Management and Children HARRY 1. SUMMERS, Prop. E. I. ASI-I A. W. Snyder Staple and Fancy Groceries Druggist PHoNE 405 WHITE FRONT Baird Sz, Crandell I FUNERAL DIRECTORSJ Furniture, Floor Coverings and Pianos Columbia Grafonolas and Records MMmM 51201 Wedding Invitations and Announcements and Engraved Cards at the THREE RIVERS PRESS 112-14 Prutzman Street THREE RIVERS, MICH nm... ,niunrrunnmmum im.,i-.nm .mmm ul 4 I I l Behiratiun Zklnrn thc milh nurthcru hills amung, 'Gfalrs of iuhirh hr nft hath sung: rarlg gainrh thr pntum' tu pay Ehis rhrerful, srlf-rcliant may: A man scum: hc mas, muh strung tu hiring me kmttu him lurllz anim curry lruant lznrlu: Hlvll hah the huhiug trvmhlrrs lcarnrh tn irarc The hmjs hisastcr in his mnrning farm jfull mrll fhrg laughrh with ruullfrrfrifch glvv At all his inlavs, fur nxamg a inks hah hm Els ruulh Duff at vase his schnlafs guum Qmh :hangs tu smilrs that awful frutunz Cilcm'-lmrainrh, lklflfll-Dljfh,-Elllh surh as hc mn tuish all prhzxgnglws might hr. -f with apologies to Goldsmith and Whittier by the Class of'20. l5l I ' II H 1 ll 1' 4 AMERICAN LAUNDRY and New Process Dry Cleaning ALL woRK GUARANTEED E. H. SCI-IULTZ, Prop. Millers Drug Store Phone 37 Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Nunnally, Morse and Lovell gb Covell Candies Delicious lee Cream and Ice Cream Soda at Cur Sanitary Fountain Phone 132---AMBULANCE SERVICE O. L. HARING Funeral Director and Embalmer Funeral Home 118 Main Street Chapel in Connection 1mvxlllllllllmmlMHwullllnllimnmyu riiiiiiimlllllllllllmniiitl l 1 l I ll IlllllI1TI1l'lI1llTllll1lIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll III llllllllllllllllllll l'llllIlIII l i Whiiuliinn ..1.,.,,1, I "'f-5 "" . f -I3'::E1fS::-.i. '11 .-f -f ' I '.1-::-::. .. s g -.-.el-f11 r-1-' ' see 5 i POl friac ll A H u 5 :1 fi. Yi ill, li . .. I , I 1. Qx '-1:21:32 . I o K ll-fix, . ,,.. ,, A Q L W I .,... S All Engravings in this Annual were made by Engraving and Eleotrotype Co., Designers and Engravers 0 High Class College ana' School Annuals We maintain a College Annual Service Depart- ment to give aid and advice to Editors and Business Managers on all subjects pertaining to the publication of school annuals. A College Annual Suggestion Book, filled with vital information on Engravings, Printing, Financing and Advertising, is part of every Annual Engraving Contract. The Co-operation of our Annual Department means a Better Annual. 727 South Dearborn Street Opposite Polk Street Depot CHICAGO llllllllllllllllllllllllllll Il1ITIlTI1lll Ill I1II ' lTlITlll1lllIllll llllllllllllllll llllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllll III lllllllll 51233 Established 1879 N l'I'I'l'II'l1'l1lllIllIl H IIIIlIlITl'lTl'l'Il'llIlllI1lIlllIIlIlIlITIII1ll'l1ll1l1llllIIIlIlllIlIllIllII'llIIIIITIII1III1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlTlITI11II1lIIIllllllIIlllII Electric Sad Irons Gutilius Sz Miller When in need of an VARIETY GOODS Electric Sad Iron d WALL PAPER SEE Us an F. iVI21ibO1'l6 119 St. joe Street W. M. Hazen LUMBER and COAL Three Rivers Furniture Sz Undertaking Co QFUNERAL DIRECTINGJ WHEN YOU NEED FURNITURE See the "BIG LINE" at the "BIG STORE" Everything in House Furnishings Furniture, Floor Coverings and Phonographs xli1+lr'rT1U4F11i'Illll lllililmiiuimu1UUlll1llHlWjIllili wvllmlllllmllxhw KTTH ll i'I1'HTl'U?TWTTw w I I If I-1 W w l1241 I.IlI IIILII 'l"I Eddy Paper Company MAKERS OF Patent Coated Boards, Blanks Card Middles, Bristols and Colored Specialties Fibre Shipping Containers THREE RIVERS MICH. mumlmmmlmmlm nl I rl nnum ll n nl ll nl I n I ll nu ll an mn ln llll IIIIIlilIIIAIII1nnululnllwulllnll um ill h mil ll ull lIIlIIIIlIIIllllllllllhllllllflllm I l llllrlvvvr rniniwImuAiTIiml'uW?Wrr?7mUwmniiulmllxllllll lllll Ill lr r H1 T W ' 7 T Three Rivers Vulcanizing Co. TIRES, TUBES and RE-TREADINO A SPECIALTY ACCESSORIES, OILS, MAXOTIRES FRED R,-XIFSNIDER, Prop. lOl St. joe Street Three Rivers, Mich. FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR jfirst Mational JBank of Ghree 1Rivers Commercial and Savings Accounts Solicited U. S. Depository A Safe Place to Leave Your Money RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS Headquarters for Eastman Kodaks and Kodak Supplies BRING US YOUR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING Campbells Drug Store I IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIllIllIIIIIIIIIllVIWUIIIITRIlllmTlmIlHlilHlUUUUnITTmTmm'lITIrI 1 H III IIWTWTU I1 TITITI rl M lu 1ylmUlllUmV1WrTW1 L 126 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITIITIIIIIIIIIIITITIIIIIIIIIIII I AT -Y I' 'Y ITIIIIIITIII IIIIIIIIIII IITIITIIIITIIIIITIIIIIITIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITIIIITIII FOR COMMENCEMENT cms or QUALITY sms BODLEY, the jeweler A Beautiful Line of Bracelet Watches and Young Men's Watches OUR LINE IS COMPLETE AND YOU WILL LIKE IT Victrolas Records You always find the Lines ofQuaIityancI Reputation Our Specialties freshest candy and the most . K h ' Cl th of 1t for your money at uppen elmer 0 es Cooper Closed Crotch Underwear ROBBINS' W1 B F ,hi lSOn l'OS. Uf'fllS lflgS PLAIN PRICE STORE Gimbel Hats Also all Kinds of - School Supplies PAULI, the .Clotlner ldest Clothing House ln the Cnty First State Savings Bank THREE RIVERS, MICHIGAN Why not make this bank your bank by opening a savings account Capital and Surplus 5100,000.00 Resources over Sl,500,000.00 Aly, Interest on Deposits LIZ Two Banks-100 St. joe Street and Second Ward Bank COURTESY PROIVIPTNESS I IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIITIWII IIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIII I IIIIIIIII I lll lmlrllll L 127 1 I mini'-immnn I DR. EBERLY Dentist Office Phone 67-IR House Phone 67-2R 141 St. joe Street FELIX GUETTHOFF Men's Fine Tailoring and Furnishings Do you go to CRAMER'S for Baths? No waitingfthree tubs Nothing but tirst-class work done H. B. WHEELER Dentist R. A. BOWIE Dentist Office Phone 133-L Residence Phone 133-1 DELUXE BARBER SHOP Everything Up-to-Date FETTERS Sz WARNER, Props. 166' 2 St. Joe Street CHAS. F. MILLER Tailor St. Joe Street OSCAR G. BOND Optometrist My whole attention given to refraction of the eye Classes furnished in all styles 117 Portage Avenue C. H. DETWILER Bicycle and General Repairing Rebuilt Wheels Auto Tops and Cushions Repaired New Curtain Lights Put In Three Rivers Trimming Co. E. P. HART, Manager House Phone 59-J 109 Third Avenue H. A. TOBIN Veterinarian Other: at Tie Sheds LAMODE HAT SHOP For Exclusive Millinery Mrs. LaVerne YanHorn CHAS. SESSIONS Plumbing and FETTERS Sz WARNER Cleaners and Dyers Phone 501 208 St. Joe Street Heating iMi,lllit....... ,.mmW..,i.W.,m,, num fimmmwl"m.ilFui 51281 A ff ,1 via., ,. I' A "" Q7-,. ' f' 4 HV Q' ' b ,A-7y,f"l" ,Lyffx 7,-f ik, HfnJf:5,32 A5 in 'HJ ,Giga Qffvf' 1 1 . ,, A , .,A .V ,f 1. sf , V ,A A . . A.. x 1 " ., Y -,3'l',MyxQ-u.-L55-'f,-.fg , 1 1 fx. '- 'ig "MZ-Xf' x TL. 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A 5 , D . 7511 1, , "u f ISAXXNXX V- llm.,, ur. I X 7' Ega ,fgfzygf Tim- X - QW ' ...wg JA" f- Q A i 1,1 X1 S ik cv x X 1, x Et , XX' i vas.. I kg, ? 1 fl!! X ki ,ff KI' ,lf gs I Ii ' Xi fx! I 7 1- S f , ' E.L.5CHELLI'1lJU5 '20 fl2 Senior Class CLASS O FFICERS President, Harold Hazen. Vice-President, Mary Fulcher. Secretary and Treasurer, Doris Zierle. Colors: Brown and Gold. Flower: Brown-eyed Susan. Stone: Golden Sapphire. Motto: "Build for Character, not for Fame." CLASS ROLL Crystal Avery Harry Baker Effie Barger Frank Bedell Mary Brown Edna Childs James Black Walter Fenstermacher Thelma Fenstermacher Adelaide Frary Mary Fulcher Helen Gleason Ethel Gorbutt Harold Hazen Harvey Johnson Frances Jacobs Florence Kensil Paul Kerr Kathleen King 13 Clara Belle Langton Hubert Lott Bertharnarie Mallo Louis Oldenburg Ethel Pierce Mary Prang Marie Rineholt Doris Robbins Esther Sweitzer George Smith Ellis Schellhous Constance Walter Ray Ware Dola Weinberg Warren Wescott Lyna Whited Doris Zierle Lynn Weyrick Dorothy Way E14 HAROLD HAZEN Valedictorian COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chorus '16: Gle: Club '16, 'L7: Declam- atory Contest '17: Class President '16, '20: "Standfng By" '19: "Down in Dixie" '20g Business Manager of An- nual '20. "What shall I do to be forever kno um., And 'make the world to come my own?' ' WALTER FENSTERMACHER --Walt" COLLEGE PREPARATORY Latin Club 'l9: Debating Club '19: "Stand- ing By" '19: Basket Ball '19, '20, Capbzlxin '20g Base Ball '19, '202 Chorus '19, '20: Down in Dixie" '20: "Claim Allowed, Continued" '20: M. B. O. B. '20, " When athletics and studies crash, Then let studies go to smash." DOLA WEINBERG GENERAL Y. W. C. A. '16: French Club '18, '19. "In small proportions we just beauties see, And in small measures life may peifect be. " GEORGE SMITH COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Down in Dixie" '20. "Not a shark, but a good boy. " HELEN GLEASON COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chorus '19, '203 Debating Club '19g Or- chestra '20. "And she sits and gazes at me, With those deep afndstendereyes, Like the stars, so still and ' saint-like, Looking clownuvard j3'om the skies. " A I :.:,.':'--Si-5 N Q YL- ,I i ' . 2 ' .sf. i'..l ' l Q- . i of Q fl xl 5252 I '53, X Q . A V ,Q ies' A A ,ff 1 I7 30 131 Dee "' i , IIVE ' , vw' . xii i , iv S. f Sw if 'EH X X X ' 12, K, V " .' :-. ' If' X" f . ' . - x ffl' v S ' ,. . ' ,-,x4 . Af'- J 5 I: -j ig , ,.. K A ,... Af ' . A lhhi X lffyiill 'e i.f E161 3 RAY WARE LKJej'1! GENERAL l Soccer Ball '2O: Base Ball '19, Man- , ag-er '20: "Down in Dixie" '2O: 'Claim ' Allowed, Continued" '20: M. B. O. B. 1 '20: Assistant Advertising Manager '20: l Subscription Manager '20, ' "May man be crossed in love If 1 and not be cross?" 5 CRYSTAL AVERY 1 X "C-rick" - COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chorus '16, '17, '18, '19, '20, Vice- president '16: Y. W. C. A. '16, '17Z Latin l Club '17, '18: Oratorical Contest '19: 1 Art Editor Annual '2O: B. V. D. Club '20: "Down in Dixie" 'QOZ "Claim Al- lowed, Continued" '20, 1 1 "Yet herjicll heart, its own ' 'lnte'rp1'eter, Trcmslates itseb' in silence on her cheek. ' ' l , HUBERT LOTT "B'14bby" GENERAL Base Ball 'l8. '19, '20, Captain '20: Basket Ball '18, '19, '1O: Track '19: Chorus '16, '17, '18. '19: "Merry Milk- maids" 'ISC "Claim Allowed, Con- tinued" '20, , "He likes the fair sex, but he ca-n.'t make the words come. " ,V DORIS ROBBINS i COLLEGE PREPARATORY l Chorus '16, '17, 'lS, '19, '20: "Hia- watha" '18: "Snow White" '16: "Claim Allowed, Continued" '20, B. V. D. , Club '20. l "A comrade blitlle and jill! of glee, Yet not too 'wild in gaxiety. " WARREN WESCOTT GENERAL Class Pres. '17: Glee Club '17g Soccer Ball '17, '19, Captain '20: Track '17, '19, Captain '20: M. B. O. B. '20: Debating Club '193 "Down in Dixie" '20g Athletic Editor Annual '20. "A most delightful youth to gaze upon. ' ' CLARA BELLE LANGTON "Belle" COLLEGE PREPARATORY AND COMMERCIAL Y. W. C. A. '16, '17: Latin Club 17. '18g Debating Club '19: Chorus '16 '17, '20: "Snow White" '16: Glee Club '17, '18, '19, lst Honor County Declamatory Contest '17: County Free-for-all Con- test '18, '19, third place '19: "Hiawatha" '18: "In India" '19: Class President '18, '19: Basket Ball '17, '18, '19, '20, Captain 'I9: "Merry Milkmaidsn '18: 'iDown in Dixie" '20: "Claim Allowed, Continued" '20, B. V. D. Club'20:Class Address'20g Editor-inrchief of Annual 'Z0. "The greatest happiness comes j?'om the greatest activity. " HARVEY JOHNSON GENERAL ' 'He is quiet andgood natzrred. " MARY PRANG GENERAL Glee Club '18: Chorus '19, '20. "Even innocence 'zTtseU has many a fwile. " Ngxu j. "gI' ,, I A QQ 1 5' V V tif , g , A 00529 ' -f Q Q Cb ' -im A ' GOD ll A 'if-' ,'. 'Q .' A , ,I il Q ' ,' , T -:lb V A"',. , , l l ' ' x' ' ff A if g .,. 0 s . Q SX . 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'.g3H Y-' ..fs::S-. ,Qi :aff Q at l ' it 'v'QQ'555i5fil fl I 'fiiff i wwwavslw?,wwwf ' W, W 5, A 'iksl aisle' .-f ' iiifnii f' f izzl ' Q -f. 71 I 1 5ig.2i2.3gE.1: 3 -1' ., 1-S 'gag " .5 1 l' 1 w W -5 . .li ' it 1 A3 1. X" 1 'l . i . lil ,N iw i ' f 1 , . ,gm :fl X . . :ji ,ffj"5 , fix yr! . l l ' I -N s 7 V' , if I .sw fu. l S A . . A H l13l THELMA FENSTERMACHER COLLEGE PREPARATORY Latin Club '19: Chorus'19, '20g Glee Club '19. "Watched by ajecti0n's gentle eye." LOUIS OLDENBURG "Louie" AGRICULTURAL "Claim Allowed, Continued" '20, "Take time enoughg all other graces will soon fill up their proper places. " CONSTANCE WALTER COLLEGE PREPARATORY AND COMMERCIAL Declamatory Contest '17: Latin Club '18: Chorus '16, '17, 'l8: French Club '19: "Snow White" '16: 'iln India" '19: Decoration Committee Junior and Senior Banquet '19p B. V. D. Club '20: "Claim Allowed, Con- tinued" '201 Assistant Editor Annual '20, "Toji'ie1zcls cLj5'ie1zcl." ESTHER SWEITZER GENERAL Chorus '20: Y. W. C. A. '17. "Content to let the 'world drag on at its will. y' FRANCES JACOBS COLLEGE PREPARATORY Glee Club '18, '19: Chorus '16, '17, '18, ' 19, '20. ' 'Let independence be ourbodst, Ever mindjicl ofwhat it cost. " FRANK BEDELL COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chorus '16, '17, '18, '19, '20, Base Bali '18, '19, '20, Free-for-all Contest '19: Latin Club '19: "Down in Dixie" 'Z0: Debating Club '19: "Claim Allowed, Continued" '20. "He hath no timefor thejizirer sex. " ETHEL GORBUTT GENERAL "In India" '19. "Quiet and good 'nat'u'red. " LYNA WHITED "Linnie" COMMERCIAL Menu Committee Junior-Senior Ban- quet '19. in "Not enjoyment and not sor- row is our destinecl end or way. " SQEQEQQEQQ ggffgv 1 ' 1' -.':j.':f ' 1, P- 1 ' ' . iff , A,, . f . f 1" . 9-if 9 -,-,Lf fff aff: ,1 , 12--++:,x'." :iggf -' "S- : ' . fi jffiilifflli''Q'i"?'7JY ' M f X fig-51,155 ski,-A-:gg1,,,,4qs -. , - 3 V. ,- -5iG':2l?3'N5 Yan?--'iii-f e X' e " f' ff ' 'WP 2 ' ifivlii ' ' ' -- , 31,513-,yy : 9, if. ' fi-V' X- i - , "' 5525.5 N , ' I 314 ' V, N -- '. 1 Q' ' ' by L... 1, X V V . , if .1 ' ' 44- - . M - Vzfaiyxxzf-M. I . , " QS I. -V ' 1. . H nk i n . ,Wim . . V- ' f ' A ' 1' 1 :I 1, i x l ' A ' V ix ' 1 . ' '-N L 'F l 5 mx -, X ' C 1 I " 'N , Q K I .4., A V , I ?, , 1 44 - 1: , 1 1 ei fi l . I X .I V' ' f 1 A ,, , fixsfl - -2, 1 : jf 1, .1 wi Q o : ,-1, f N F M., V' v "xx A . ' 656' x iii' It-V' ' ' A i 1191 ',., Fic. H f1Jg,5gf:r51cm'r2?1f'- 1.,, .V .. 'V N':u 'iflm ..,, , ,",' ,uulvvilu 1 A ' f ' "Z 41? Q fie- , ..AP,. ' V 1 1 . "qb4 ' . QQQ Mggw 9 F li, ., . fha. ,. .L l Y' :E x 1' 1 1- :H R vm w, X1 he . ' . 'N , Q5 I . 1 4'-Q,5I.i.p,., .Vi Q, , ,, 'NS '- ' 'L , , 1,,.:x.-myf,' ,Q -,Qt va X wk.. .- s, NNN 'if Y 25? i z .s.-b'S1Q2fikSr!RiXXN1.YfGNKSL 1201 1, li, DOROTHY WAY KIDO!! COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chorus '17, '18, '19, '20: Y. W. C. A. '1'I: Secretary Class of '21, '17: French Club '19: Debating Club '19: "In India" '19: Decorating Committee Junior and Senior Banquet '19: Glee Club '19: B. V. D. Club '20. "Not that I love study less, but mischfiefmore. " ELLIS SCHELLHOUS --Shelly" GENERAL Chorus '15, '16, '17, '18, '20Z uThe Tem- pest" '17: M. B. O. B. '20: Soccer Ball '20g "Down in Dixie" '20, "Even though 'va'nqufz'shed, he still could argue. " ETHEL PIERCE GENERAL "Please change roll call to a later date. " M ARY BROWN Sa I zz ta.tor1'a.n CCLLEGE PREPARATORY Latin Club '17, '18: Secretary Debat- ing Club '19: Menu Committee Junior and Senior Banquet '19: Chorus '18, '19, '20. '4The hcmd thcztfollolvs 'intel- lect may achieve. " DORIS ZIERLE GENERAL "Hiawatha" '18: "Merry Milkmaids" "S: In India" '193 "Down in Dixie' '2U: "A Case of Suspension" '20: Sec retary and Treasurer Class '20: B V D. Club '20: "Claim Allowed, coniinl usd" '2O: Editor of School Activities 'zl,l. . . . l "L0l1-QZTTQS sublfmze and aspir- ations high. " PAUL KERR COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Most men till by erperierzce made Sager, Will back their own opinion with cz wager." BERTHAMARIE MALLO ugefrtn COLLEGE PREPARATORY Latin Club '18: Chorus '16, '17, 'l8: Glee Club '18: "Hiawatha" '19: Adver- tising Manager of Annual '20: B. V. D Club '20: "Claim Allowed, Continued" '2U. "She possesses ct sunny dispo- sition, a society smile, A little gigglafand Lyle." ADELAIDE FRARY n4Adr1 COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chronologist '20l "Her statue tally I hate U, cl ztmpy woman. " Amy, i yt .. T 1' i 9 4 Z ' , , i l Qu log I fafi 11- '-'5 l f 'ff 1 ,-is .'..,-'..g-392, -Y '- W . . x t r I i4'e" . ' 0015 oss ru 1 ' K M., xi x M-' I ' Stalin A QE . ,. -.A. i 'ff 4 , , A - Q iglxss- V j y E is K i N A l21l ' 'XV1ll.- ' fe-f--'ff U .- I I . ,1 .px--W 5 15- 111., - , . ' W. 11V. 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Klll' .I '3 1 rf 8, 4 xr 1 i ,, X7-fiig ,ggi-1 :V 1 , '7 '9.C A A eg '.,x. 1 1 Q E221 MARY FULCHER COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chorus '16, '17, '18, '19, 'ZOC "Hia- watha" '18: "Snow White" '16: Declam- atory Contest '16, '17: Vice-president '18, '20: Class Treasurer '19: "Standing By" '19, "Down in Dixie" '2O: Joke Editor Annual '20: President of B. V. D. Club '20. "What's the odds, so long as yozz"re happy. " MARIE RINEHOLT COMMERCIAL "Snow White" '16: Chorus '16, '17, '20. "I wish she would e.1'pIczz'n her 8I1Jlll7ZClf7'0lZS." EFFIE BARGER L LFYSY 7 GENERAL Basket Ball '18, '19, '20, Captain '20: Chorus '16, '17, '18, '19, '20: Glee Club '19: Latin Club '193 "In India" '19, "Snow White" '16: Athletic Editor An- nual '20, "I will 11fI'Zl'Cll1l' to, I u'on't1fI d02z't. " EDNA CHILDS GENERAL Chorus '17. "She Tells you flatly what her mind is." JAMES BLACK ' 'Jim m ie ' ' COMMERCIAL Base Ball '17, '18, '19, '20, Soccer Ball 17, '18, '19, '20, Track '18, '19. "'Tz's jkczred he will die of orerzvork. ' ' FLORENCE KENSIL COLLEGE PREPARATORY Chorus '17, '18, '19, "In India" '19. "I worked with patience." HARRY BAKER "Bakel' AGRICULTURAL "Claim Allowed. Continued" "EO: '1Down in Dixie" 'ZU. "Ba1'ttl1e hook well." KATHLEEN KING HKY1 COLLEGE PREPARATORY Declamatory Contest '16, '17, '18, Chorus '17, '18, '20: Latin Club '17, '1S: "Claim Allowed, Continued" 'ZOQ B, V, D. Club '20, Literary Editor Annual'2U. "A good head, and a good I1ea,rt." I' .Sl,:1fleffg,:fl'5Ii f .' .im . ," if 'df A -31'-',t'f -Q -rwifx' -f . v Ha. :--::-Q : 1- gpm . , . , t ,Q . , , '-,':,:,.-,fl ,j 'Q V. H , , .. - . -V--6 , ,Nw - W - '- . murer-,,g.,.: fg '- ' ' - V- -1 V , , gf A 1 Q ,:e. Q , A g,,j N Y i Q' W ,,,, A A 11 - ' i i ..,, X11 E gn: 1 Q A X. 1 QE, 3, 'iui ,l 3, 1 A , X 1 f V 4 , Q ,,.A 1 1 ' A I " ., f X-Af , 1 lf? 210 .. 1 KETZ1-1 "":"'1T.T.- f -.:sv" - A 4 , X3 1 Mm ff M' 1231 Li.LM,.'.. 1..,.,m.u -if CLASS OF 1921 AS JUNIORS nL.s,hr4Ihm. -'1 ' ' sm-is assesses . f ff -Tm l'lI-I wh -4 " I R1 .. ,L ,x J ji x X 1 all g A llgtlltlttlt ,ff rg Q 'Vim f fs xl? A 'X Li Qlaifx, 1 ul, f ,D CLASS OFFICERS President, Warren Hoshel. Vice-President, Zelda Kingsley. Secretary and Treasurer, Katherine Reed. Colors: Blue and Gold. Flower: Daffodil. Stone: Motto: Duane Abbott Helen Bauserman Thora Bennett Harold Bowers Donald Boyer Harold Bramer John Breyfogle Mildred Buck Iva Brayman Claudius Collissi Donald Deisch Glen Detwiler Arlo Diggins Raymond Doolittle Paul Drake Bernice Everhart Lois Gemberling Harriet Gleason Helen Grush Audrey Hagan Gerald Hagan Stuart Hedges Marjorie Herndon Warren Hoshel Paul Houldsworth Ruth Judd Zelda Kingsley Yellow Sapphire. Keep Klimbing. CLASS ROLL James Kline Ralph Kline Rosann Predmore l25l Bertha Luck Emerson Lull Bernice Meek Gladys McJury Ethel Mohney Joseph Pierce Malcolm Rahn Katherine Reed Mabel Rodeheaver Gerald Roys Doris Sampsell Frank Snyder Donald Schall Roy Schellhous Alice Skebiskie Ella Spence Eleanor Starr Donald Schweitzer Jess Quake Luther Thor Arthur Turnbull Louis VanDyke Gretchen Wilson Wallace Wolf Irving Cribbs Elizabeth Cook George Cross Grace Doyle Edna Plummer Elegy of a junior Once upon a midnight dreary While I pondered weak and Weary Over Painter's Introduction to American Literature, I decided on the morrow, if a blue- book I could borrow, I would lead my weary foot-steps to the English class room door. "'Tis an awful life", I muttered, "And a test I do abhor. Would that I were learned more." Ah, distinctly I remember, like a Ford with a loose fender I rattled in the class room o'er the aged hard wood floors. All my thoughts were vague and my parched throat was hissing, My brain was thrashing, rolling like the Water on the shore. "Ah, the 'Day of Doom' ", I muttered, This I knew, and nothing more. The next day, to my longing, like the "Resurrection Morning", Burst forth into a brightness as it was in days of yore. Yes, a fairer day was breaking, I forgetting and forsaking The failure in the gloomy test I wrote the day before, Threw off my cloak of gloominess and brightness did restore. "Ah", I muttered, "six weeks more." Ah, alas, with exclamation I perceived my destination As she handed back the blue- book in American Literature, For thereon in bold letters, scribed there by c-ne of my betters, Was an "A" that to my heart will be quite sacred evermore. "'Tis a great mistake", I muttered, "Only this and nothing more." -Donald Sclzu'ez'tzer '21 I26l The Passing Show Time: First Day of Fall Semester. Place: High School. Characters: Ghosts of the Little Overworked Jokes. The old familiar school bell creaked and groaned: then it began its monotonous ding-dong. echoing through the town. Inside the school building a phantom group had been holding a conference. They realized that their day was done: that in the dull gray days opening before thcm, they were to have no place. These were the ghosts of gone, but not forgotten, "High School Jokes." Their usefulness was over, they had served their time in Chapel Programs. Annuals and small talk. Now there was to be an almost entirely new faculty and a new principal. The oldest and saddest of these people was "Miz Golden Oppor- tunities." No one could remember his exact age. His service had been great, he had caused many roars of laughter and pages had been written about him. "I", said a second shade, "can look back to the merry days, when I was the instrument of many, many boys, who broke into this dear old building and mischievously mixed 'private property'." "Yes, old Book-Stacker, you certainly were overworked in 1919. That last spree surely finished you." "And I", said a youngster, with tears running down his cheeks, "I am absolutely forgotten. No one ever imitates Walter-walk-fast any more." "Old Pals", said an ancient veteran, "you all know I'm a dist- ant relative of Dan Cupid's. My work will probably never be done. I'll be engineering 'cases' here 'till the crack of doom. But don't give up hope." Just then a jingle-jangle resounded through the building. Pu- pils hurried to their first hour classes. The shades scampered to their hiding places. That night a beautiful moon smiled down on the building. The dejected phantom group met by the front entrance. gazing sadly at the gold letters "Three Rivers High School." Suddenly the words jumped at them, danced together, the phantoms blinked, winkedg their eyes fairly popped. The sign had changed! It read-"Honey- moon Lodge. ' "Behold the omen and take hope!", said the ancient shade. "The days we have talked of are over, but the new faculty offers an op- portunityf' And with the first rosy lights of dawn, they changed to new, young shapes and sprang into a band of jokes on "Newly-Weds" in the faculty. -Eleanor Starr '21. i27l . For the Love of johnny Before an enthusiastic audience on the night of May fifth, the Junior class staged, "For the Love of Johnny," one of the rnost suc- cessful plays that has ever been presented by any High School class. The Rex was filled te its capacity and the box receipts fully re- warded the class for the time and energy expended. Johnny, the hero of our tale lWarren Hoshell and his sister lEleanor Starr? who are very much devoted to each other reside with a tyrannical aunt 4Zelda Kingsley? and uncle 4Stuart Hedgesl. Dick Wayburn fDonald Schalll the "bad man" of the company en-- ters into a plot with the aunt and uncle, whereby he may rid him- self of Johnny and thus secure the hand of Ethel. Accordingly, Johnny is shanghied in San Francisco and poor Ethel is left to her fate. In the meantime, Father Ryan lRalph Klineb and his Indian guide cGerald Hagan! appear on the scene and bring the news that Johnny and Ethel are not real brother and sister. As the plot thickens, and the villain slowly ensnares our fair heroine, a mys- terious hand arises from out the darkness and stabs him to the heart. To relieve the tension, Miss Dorothy lHarriet Gleasonb and her devoted suitor Phil 4Arthur Turnbullj delight the audience with their gay repartee. In the end Dorothy and Phil go to live in that "little home in Santa Fe", Father Ryan is cleared of the charge of the murder of Dick Weyburn, and the long-lost Johnny returns to find a great and more enduring love awaits both him and Ethel. The old home- stead is found to belong to them and happier days seem in store for all. -Miss Ruta 11. l 23 l QB fe 1 L l 'nf ffabww? 4 1 fluff" ' fa' 1 'ffl'-3 f ' iii? X: H E Qr 52? ! V5 -2, vfnll x4-. Jaffp biiff ' ffwfwv jf if ivif Q?-r-V51 do-10--nf7f-4-ara, X291 fx' L . 5 A 1' .- sq 9 I 2 PN , -W Q --'zizvdf 'fr h ,Z t,.bQr,...3cteq,,.,.,cveC.----z yy M x-' ' S ' N 4 g. . ,W-wax X vX,x CLASS OF 1922 AS SOPHOMORES MQ -fm X X' "M "" ' i ' y i t 4 ' fu if nab ,-,,' v i , gf :N J W 1 A lm: , ff"f7-2.-157 , 1 3 Q 'IFE ,,-- yq ri- 1 F. W fl ' fm l We 'Q I .2 Pmve-TE L Q ll ii ll mm, QAR "' , Y 3, :ek X X ., , ' , ,--:Z SOPHOVI ORE 5 "ZZ CLASS OFFICERS President, Hugh Wallace. Vice-President, Charlotte Abbott. Secretary and Treasurer, Josephine Miller. Class Colors: Blue and White. Flower: Forget-me-not. Stone: Blue Sapphire. Motto: Carry on. Charlotte Abbott Eugene Alber Margaret Baker Clyde Bauserman Florence Bell Russel Bloom Gordon Boyer Dorothy Cain Franklin Creager Myrtle Childs Leona Deedrich Wilma Deisch Beaulah Fisher Vaughn Floutz Carol Freese Elsie Gleason Maggie Grush lone Hess Leslie Hart CLASS ROLL Gerald Howard Dorothy Jennings Bernard Kapp Edna Kern Doris King James King Beulah Lackey Carrie Lockwood Zella McJury Lillian Meyer Josephine Miller Mary Moore Fred Norton Nina Parsons Herman Preston Leroy Reams Lucile Ray Violet Reed Lucile Ruggles Violet Sanders t31l Mildred Sweitzer James Sloan Lloyd Smith Ruth Soule Hugh Wallace Mildred Weidenbeck Maude Withers Edna Withers Olga Wittenberg Hazel Wortinger Fern Bernhart Ruth Friday Vergil Lackey Vera Millard Gerald Mullett Effie Perry Florence Stickney Maurice Theurer Yettie Tenenbauni ' 'XV1ll.- ' fe-f--'ff U .- I I . ,1 .px--W 5 15- 111., - , . ' W. 11V. N' 19 ilu" 1',, 11 Ya. !11l,1' A 1- ,1.' . ,, Y 4 , . 1 1, 1 ' ' 1 I 1 1 , 11 - J' ' If I ' , Y. 5 ' ' 1 ?5H'u ' JT " V3 gl 1 E 1 1 4 ,Q ' K, .,l' -I V '11 Y 4, I IV tn lx 1 . . , . W" . 'V 1 1 , 1 1 . " 1 " 'rt' I ' .v' , 1 ' ' Jim. 1 "IJ: ' ' lvl. l A X 1 I 1,1 1 - 1, W 1 A 1 -1412! V' U. ,I'. 1 Q , 11 , 1. 1, , .' ' L M'51f1':' ' H , I, ,1 .1..U . . 1 ,1,. 1 1 X 'ul 'J' I , 1. 95 . 1 ,1 1 11 1. 1 1 , ' W 4' 1 JN 1 ' 11 1 1 .51 1 Y, 1 I-1.1 , , 1 I: . 1, W1 , 1 . 111 1 . X 1' iff'- " 1 'E 4 4, Nl . -I 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 X 1! 1, -1 'Lf1.,f-21, Q - I 1 1'1'.M" ' 1' 1 N ,, !,,,1 1 M 1 1 11 , , . . . 111: 1 ,I1 , I .' M 1 ., r.q4,3i.- fyf. yi '. .hui 1 1 1 1 1 H r 0 A Parboiled Parable Now, there was a certain yo-ung Sophomore in those days who vexed his pedagogues exceedingly. And behold, one day the Sophomore saith unto his father: "Father, give me of thy wherewithal that I may journey forth unto the movies with my beloved." And it was so: And behold, the Sophomore set forth in his father's twin-six, and he journeyed afar. An when he came nigh unto the house of his beloved, he shut off the gas and stoppeth. And it came to pass that he and his journeyed even unto the movies to partake of the recreation that flourished there. And behold, they came unto a damsel who dwelt in a small abode. And the youth saith unto her "Two"-and passed over the chink. And, once within the portals of the darkened dwelling, the Sophomore waxed exceedingly mushy. And the damsel did not wot why it was so. But it was so. And verily, while Francis X. Fairbanks was yet embracing Mary Clarque, the screen dimeth, even unto a darkness that passeth all understanding. And the youth got himself with his beloved unto a scarlet hued lamp, "Exit." And it was so. And behold, they entered the twin-six even yet again. And the Sophomore was an excellent driver-even with a single arm. And the youth's markmanship was marvelous, for of the great number of traffic cops that standeth at the street intersections, not one survived. And the Sophomore journeyed far with his beloved, even unto Centreville. And the hour waxed exceedingly late. And when the Sophomore taketh off his shoes from his feet to ascend the stairs, the clock struck thrice. Now, on the next day when the Sophomore standeth on his two feet, which were six cubits from one end thereof to the other, his pedagogue asketh him to explain a Theorem. But it was exceedingly difficult, and the youth was sorely troub- led. So he saith unto his instructor: "I know not, my lord, how to prove this problem, even though I studieth upon it until well past the middle of the night." But the pedagogue was wise, for he with his wife, and their children and their children's children, had set forth to see the "Vampire Vamp." And he had seen the Sophomore also. i32l And be-hold, he extricateth him from the class room. The Sophomore goeth unto the assembly room and reporteth himself unto the keeper thereof. And the pedagcgue in charge giveth him a seat in a far cor- ner, away from headquarters. And behold, nigh unto his seat he espieth the damsel with whom he did journey the night proceeding. And the youth did engage himself With the damsel in conversation. And the keeper in charge espieth the Sophomore and command eth him to take himself away, even unto the o7lice. And he did so. And the inmates of the assembly room giggleth at him. And verily, when he pleadeth with the Principal to bestow mercy upon him, the Principal answerethz "As others have done unto you, even so will I now do unto you." And he chargeth him to leave the building on the morrow. And the yo-uth's eziile therefrom lasted from everlasting to everlasting. fMargaret Baker 'Qi Sophs The Sophs they lick their fingers, The Sophs they lick their knives, They spill their broth on the tablecloth, Oh! They lead disgusting lives. They gug and gumble with their food, And loud and fast they chew, And that is why I'm glad that I am not a Soph, Aren't you? -Adapted from "Goops." He told he-r the cld, old story, Until she believed it was true. They were married- Then any old story would do. l33l il A Sunil we Qlovlws Yeexhxnx lu 7 LQ If an UF' gn ,Nr on Mk .. Q elk r::3,..KL....1, Q,r:lAevkiX4r-km! Q? Puwl 'She checks mgm XM Kuaavifsl xl al dll' hu- Xux-U' Y-Tlsogm SXXNXS kwa - Merkel J qw'- t wig Inseparables Miss Burke and her perpetual long face. Bea Everhart and her letters. Bunny Shane and her spit-curl. Florence Kensil and her books. Ellis Schellhous and his comedy dramas. Mr. Horst and his never-ending, nerve-racking, parading around the A. R. Ida Weaver and her smile. Chorus and its Jazz Orchestra in the back rows. Harold Hazen and his lack of time to do anything but call at a certain house o-n Portage Avenue. Leah Spaulding and her curiosity. B. V. D. girls and their pep. Mary Zander and her nonsense. Mr. Ringle and his good nature. Mabel Rodeheaver and herself. Belle Langton and her Annual frown. A Freshmarfs Prayer Now I lay me down to sleep, In my little bed. If I should die before I wake, How'll I know I'm dead? I34l 91 Q 2 PHS X 'A J' B ,. , X , -- A rx-: iw, Y L,fs.vgxfs..' b , Caryl!! - pggvl 5 ms -vw1.4,,.V7, 1 Z-"Off-7if -ffnxf L4 wzffx L0 441:41 ,a..,,1A 9+"f'a7Aa:f,,.f. af f?.:21.'.i, 227: " . --zz, a ' .vw 711441, fy' 3 , 'fSfv-ov-gy' z 1.--fu L! YI' Lvt ., We nf . ., ' L- '.,-w gllni egg wage- y .paw-4,-f., 264.04 --ruff V ' A ,cw K .,. 2:3 , 3 r 4 ' .r ., A , Y '50-1fr1,1f , ,Ar h ,f,.J H i ,,:g-33,4 A- -. ,: f A, 1 I H vgd, Qnlr .-, ,135 Q-64 Lu .f N V, V 1 ,ff 2' :4 V' A 'ti '- 51, XM .515 - L"" Q! 13 A 2 xg A V i.: 514, 92.1-, gm F Q74-co-sn4f' 7?af,.,2'1l . X117 ,u,.,-4 -j,,VNALq,JtL K , , 055, 4.0 ,ff-',L1A1,.f7n,1,'. , yyuy,-.J f35 J CLASS OF 1923 AS FRESHMEN I I I NL 1' I ri' -' " JW, wvl, gi-. f?rm-Emnusae s ll ll gf f f . at Lih"llv,u 'FFFYVQV -,-,, ol , ii! YJ -jgff'f!'1,Vlll 1 t it it in A CLASS OFFICERS President, Helen Fulcher. Secretary and Treasurer, Margaret Branch. Colors: Rose and Silver. Flower: Aster. Stone: Pink Sapphire. Motto: We tint our own sky. Lawrence Armstrong Paul Bedell Philip Birkhold Darwin Boughneer Margaret Branch Warren Breyfogle Herthel Burns Verna Carlisle Kathleen Cain Mabel Darr Sylvia Eaton Florence Edmands Myrtle Ernest Arthur Frederick Signe Frisk Helen Fulcher Pauline Goodbrake Wilma Godschalk Hokon Halvorson William Hart Mildred Heslet Evertt Hessmer CLASS ROLL Quentin Johnson Gwyneth Jones Bernadine Judd Allene McDonald Agnes Moore Dorothy Nash Carl Lackey Leonard Lackey Clarence Mullett Madra Rix William Oberholtzer Beatrice Reiling Arthur Reardon Violet Roberts Charlene Sandberg Mildred Shane Robert Shumaker Lewis Silverthorn Leah Spaulding Bernice Spangler Elizabeth Swartwout Marguerite Trickey Robert VanHorn Beatrice Wagner Luella Wagner William Walters Milan Whaley Leslie Wheaton Marie Whitesell Mary Whonsettler Willis Weinberg Orrin Wittenberg Ada Worden Harold Wolcott Mildred Wood Mary Zander Thomas Birkhold Lavern Bingaman Treva Jors Beulah McDonald Kathryn Patterson Charles Prang Raymond Steininger Shirdie Scott Byron Hoxter Hazel Wortinger E371 A Poem of a Poem I'm expected to write a poem, That's an easy thing to dog So I'l1 take pencil and paper And rush the thing right through. The first thing of course is the subject, Now what shall I write about- Faith, Hope, and Charity, Or the Foes we put to rout? Let's see, shall I write on Fame or Ambition? That won't take much timeg The only thing that bothers me Is getting the words to rhyme. I might borrow the lamb of Mary, And spin its little yarn Of how she used its woolly fleece To sew and knit and darn. Or I might take Poe's Raven From his perch above the door, And muddle up his shadow That he cast upon the floor. I might scalp the sculptor boy, Or burn the boy cn the deck, But it has to be original, So that won't do, by heck. Well, I'll have to give it up, A poem is not my line, So if you will please excuse meg I'll try something else next time. -Leslie Wheaton '23 I 38 l lohr1ny's Dream How strange it seemed anyway. Johnny could hardly believe his eyes, and yet surely it was his own schoolhouse. He drew nearer and read a sign above the door. It read, "What You Don't Know Won't Hurt You." He rubbed his eyes and then decided to go in. He made his way along the lower hall and up a flight of stairs to the assembly rccrn. As he entered, a strange sight met his eyes. The room was a perfect network of speaking tubes through which the pupils were easily conversing with one another, While Miss Burke was smiling complacently and playing "Varsity" on the Victrola to drown the noise. After one long stare Johnny backed gasping out of the door. It was too much for him! He next decided to visit one of the rooms and stumbled into Miss Hutton's beginning Latin class. What a strange atmosphere pervaded the room! He slipped into the first seat he came to, and from there he made the astonishing discovery that the heads of everyone in the room were transparent. The teacher, book in hand, was pronouncing impressively certain impossible Latin verbs, which issued visibly from her lips and to the ears of the pupils. But horrors! As Johnny watched the words, they went in one ear. through the head, and out the other ear of each pupil. It was all so unreally real that he couldn't understand it. He decided to visit some other room in order to find out, if possible, if everything about the school were as abnormal as what he had seen so far. He Went across the hall to Mr. Horst's Geometry class. The small shrinking figure of a boy was looking from a theorem on the board to that August Personage lwho was standing at the back of the room twirling a pointerl with meek, beseeching eyes. As explanation after explanation failed to give any enlightenment to the boy, he suddenly looked down at the floor, where to Johnny's amazement a small trap door was opening. When the door was clear open the boy stepped into the hole-went through the floor! The pupils seemed to think it nothing out of the ordinary, and a moment later a girl, after being unable to give a definition, exe- cuted the same astonishing exit. Johnny got out of there as quickly as possible, having decided long ago that it was no place for him. He ran down the stairs and out the side door. Here he nearly ran into a trolley-car carrying a bunch of girls from the Domestic Science building. In avoiding the car, he tripped over a stump and fell headlong. He got up quickly and ran from the building as fast as he could go, which was l39l not before he heard the merry laughing of the girls. As he got to the walk he slipped cn the ice, and biff- "Jchnny, can't you sleep?" called his mo-ther, "you have been talking all night." rHelen Fulcher '23, To the Rhythm of Abou Ben Adhem and also Gerald Hagen Principal Horst ican his patience be beat?J Was awakened one day by ponderous feetg And heard within the stillness of the room, Some young scoundrel stamping a tune. Exceedingly wise, this fellow, and bold, Arose to his feet as he was told. Being a brave Junior with a smiling face, He turned to the trail and started the pace. The trail was long, but easy to find, He kept his step and also marked time. This grand teaching cannot be beat, Our robust young hero was glad to retreat. -Luella Wagner '23, I stood upon a mountain, I looked upon a plaing I saw a lot of green stuff, It looked like waving grain. And then, on cc-ming nearer, It looked like growing grass, Just imagine my surprise- It was a Freshman Class. H01 M, --.M 1923 . ' 'xxx 0 0 ff ' 1 M1 R I 5 i tl Ji ,, wi' Q 11 1 - mg 9 1 :gf :el . x ,, A ff! if Civ-4 KQ1 .S 75, 1 F 4 ' h, N i 4 , ' r . . ,.. ' rf" , .4 y ,,' -N, ll V' 'X 9 1 v 3 ' an uw 1' f e , r -----Q---Tl X' - ,S,-I ' , if I in J l A., lm f I rf- rf '80 W , ', 1 ' V , , N' 'Sl ' 'Sf . ' . f v 'V ur fb Af! 5 V1 if -3' Wm. , M I "3" - -,il -lx " ' 'SZEYLY-I ' :fi-'-2 vw: b fL m ,V -Mags. X- '1lJ'Jg." x ' X .1 V"?I2i3+ f if 47' - . ff " ff ,Qcf Q4 I x 4 I .. lE ? ' , W. 1 f Kvyfx 11 .L , 2:1 N A KM? -?23i5.f'ii1?i,2 4. 'Z -Lf. JZQHEFH - .N,- V ' ,fi I is -1 ,L .,t,,.,..,f,4.., , qzff. .,v.,A,4.. .- A,-4 , iff 3-yiL,,4Q . PM ,,,, , 4-1.4.0-,V-1, ,Q7q, 6.,,,qf ,ny ' 4,L,c.-if M47 -' f41 1 X X. ' .1 :Tai -: r n ,- X-Q. .,?- ' - YN: 'fwfw , 1: .. u, ,f-K1 :fry-1' uf I ,' ll liiq, . m il Kill : : Hill ' ll' 'f X. gi 'l W ir ,fx N N 351 gl' ii 'ii i l' if X if ll i ' i l i fl A i Y . J, 3 lr, N , XX M 'll llU.dki.p.lf.l C4 r E l'll:i'nI-'. ll wwf l ? "l"'f"' 'l' l YK- f nl, 'wiiiinli i N IQ or-4 lil " 7 l w ill' 7 X 1 5 A limi' f -is ii' uv' II J X c A A W ek .- " 'iffviffliirwmi CLASS OFFICERS President, Gordon Bowie. Vice-President, Verald Ellinger. Secretary, Morris Reed. Treasurer, Harry Shook. Colors: Purple and Gold. Motto: "Through Trials to Triumph". Duard Arney Naomi Arney George Alcook Marjorie Avery Clayton Babcock Arlene Black Elizabeth Blum Gordon Bowie Carol Boyer Antoinette Bothwell James Brannan Lavern Brannan Kenneth Campbell Zegmund Celmer James Clifford Frank Connett Eva Craig Burnett Crose Anna DeBest Thelma Decker Marguerite Dircks Marian Doherty John East CLASS ROLL Florence Ellsworth Verald Ellinger Jay Edward Keith Garrison Remington Gebhart Mary Gorbutt Gladys Gordon Elwyn Grosskunze Georgina Gemberling Thelma Heckelbower George Herding Earl Kline Mabel Kline Adabeth Lull Mabel Ledbetter Donald Lewis Clyde Malbone Eugene McPherson Dorothy Hinkley Donald Ireland Elsie Krull Lester Naylor Foster Pixley l43l Morris Reed Murray Reed Earl Shutes Harry Shook Vera Shook Gilbert St. John Beatrice Schweitzer Virginia Sloan Arnold Shook Loene Smith Leon Spaulding Frank Spangler Marian Tombaugh Harold Turner Ruth Trattles Willis Ulrich Margaretta VanDyke Bernard VanHorn Ida Weaver Fern Wiedenbeck Kathleen Wilson Grace White Onie Withers By Way of Comfort to the Rhinies Tell me not, Oh little Rhinie, "Life is one long awful fuss". For your trials are just beginningg You haven't anything on us. Life is real, life is earnest, Freshman Year's an awful bore! Here your numerous troubles deepen, They're twice as numerous as before. Not too learned, not too simple, That's the Sophomores. they're a joke! Always worried, always flunking, Always say that they are "broke". In our High's broad field of battle, Juniors make most of the noise. They are cleverg we admit it. The best C-f girls, but "naughty" boys. Let us then be up fquitel early, Always go to bed at nine, Or stay up all night-and study!! That's Senior practice every timel? Now dear Rhinies, time is Heeting, Just this once forget your fear Of those dreadful upper elassmen, And their sage advice do hear. Lives of great folks should remind you You can make your lives sublime, By avoiding all our foot-prints: We always had an AWFUL time. -Dorothy Way '20 E441 Company C's Mascot Next to the letters from home Company C loved Nero, their mascotg and when they went to the trenches, Nero went, too. The first week at the front soon passed. The second week, they were under steady fire, and the third week the first line trench- es gave way and retreated. That same night the food rations for the men were cut down. The next day the rations were cut down to half of what they had been before. The third day, Captain Dick of Company C patted Nero and said, "Nero old boy, do you love your Company and your Country?" And as though he understood, Nero barked. "Then", said Capt. Dick, "you must obey orders. I shall write a nc-te and give it to you, then you must run as fast as you can to the village. You must not step for our lives depend on you." Again Nero barked and as soon as he had received the note, he started off towards the village. Nero had ridden to the village in the ambulance many times and so knew the way perfectly. Soon he could see the cross on the village church gleaming in the late after- noon sunshine. Then a shell fell in the road before him. tearing a great hole in the ground. Still Nero sped on. Suddenly some- thing stung him in the side and he fell in the road. He felt sick and dizzy, but he remembered his captain's words and slowly he struggled to his feet. He was nearly to the village now. The road before him whirled, his side was bleeding, he was very weak. He reached the village, scratched at the door of a cottage, then everything became dark. When he opened his eyes, his beloved Captain was kneeling beside him, and the rest of Company C was near. The Captain patted Nero's head and said, "Nero, old boy, we are proud of you. You saved our lives. You deserve a Croix de Guerref' Nero looked into his Captain's face, then closed his eyes. A sudden shudder passed through his bodyg in a moment all was over: the dog lay still. Another had paid the supreme sacrifice. fFl0ren.ce Ellsworth 'JL l 45 l x 1 ,lf-A,-. C2-yn,- -of A .Q , Q in q,, ., ,... x..,.,..,m. , ......H 4' -' 1 ,, bg r gfpzgzw' -. z f 1' wa' , ., M' -fm: -,, , nf 1 ' " ,,Jg.w ,Q 9 R ' ,.'. ' ' 'xv ,L -1...--'-' ..,, - ,.V 4- 1.,x:5a wT2E-ESP , ' ff q m,,:,v-t 3 ,0 ma ' " XfLS1 f . 'I 'ff,4LL-x JZZCL, 2.944 ' Q ,M.,L5,,, c:'J 3 , if 'Aijmx - ,641 . ,.,aAl- Caqxfll lgzcffgh fc:4f',g:,.,7,,," X461 The Class of '20 Can it be that we are Seniors, That our High School days are past? Why, it seems we still are children, For the time has gone so fast. Ask our mothers, they will tell you 'Twas but yesterday, it seems, That they rocked us in our cradles. Still, we're nearly through our teens. If you ask, they'll also tell you Just how bright we've always been. While we still were tiny infants Even then, they l::11'.'.' we'd win. So through grammar grades we struggled, Shining brighter every year 'Till at last, we reached the High School, And as Rhinies did appear. Next as Sophs, and then as Juniors, And our records there were grand. Now at last as noble Seniors Ready for the world, we stand. -Crystal Avery '20 l 47 l Valedictory Fathers, mothers, teachers, members of the school board, citizens of Three Rivers: Commencement formally terminates the existence of the grad- uating class. Thus the class of 1920 tonight nnishes its work as such, and takes leave of the Three Rivers High School. We always dislike to dissolve any band of fellowship which has meant what our class has meant to us, to myself at least, and what I am sure it has meant to all the o-ther members. Still real friend- ships which have been formed in school will endure and we shall continue to have associations which the disbanding of the class cannot affect. We cannot always remain in one place as it is only through change that progress is made. The members of our class, as our teachers have told us, and we ourselves know, have not put into and consequently not received from our schoolwork all that we might have: but in their judgment we have accomplished enough here so that we can work to better advantage in a more advanced endeavor. I am sure that all of us are looking forward with keen antic- ipation toward the future. We all have, I believe, at least a ten-- tative outline of what we should like to do. For the immediate future this outline contains rather definite plans. Further ahead these grow more indistinct and visionary until they are only day'- dreams. They are, never the less, cherished hopes and real ambi- tions toward which we are eventually directing our path. These deep hopes are the vital forces which keep us to c-ur sometimes tiresome tasks, day after day, and buoy us up when we become downcast and discouraged. At times we become restless to finish the work in hand that we may sooner attain the realization of some of these hopes. We are just now seeing, in the finishing of our high school work, the fulfillment of what several years ago we looked forward to as something almc-st so grand that Fate must consider it too good for realization and remove it from our path. However this Commencement, once thought of as an end, has now become only the means to the end of larger goals. We cannot all be destined to have to the same degree, that which the world calls success, but we can build that which is much more important than success, if we cannot have both, namely. character. If we build strong characters, we are in a much greater measure more successful than many whom the world calls winners in the contest of life. We must always keep in mind that character is the greatest asset we have, and that we must "Build for char- acter and not for fame." We are sc-rry to leave the associations of high school. for I know we all feel to some degree, the worth of our endeavor here l43l and have sincerely enjoyed it. There have been, no doubt, times when there seemed to be more drudgery than pleasure in school. However, were it possible to sell our high school life and attain- ments, the price which any of us would set upon them would be suhicient proof of the esteem in which we hold these last four years. That we have this regard for our high school experience is due to the eiforts of those who make the school, namely, the fac- ulty, school board, and supporting them, the citizens of Three Riv- ers, including o-ur parents. We have received from these much more than we can ever repay. The only way for us to clear our- selves of this debt is to see that our education and training is used to the fullest extent, meager as our small ability may seem, in making our community, nation and the world a better place in which to live. May each of us have the truthful conviction when we come to leave this world that mankind has been bettered, though ever so little, by our having lived. If We can accomplish this end we may be sure that our existence has not been a failure. Let us all remember that we pass this way but once and direct our steps accordingly. As Lincoln said, "With malice toward noneg with charity for allg with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the task here so nobly begun." To you, the faculty, members of the school board, parents and citizens of Three Rivers, we as the class of 1920, bid a very cordial but reluctant "Farewell." fHarnId Hazen. E491 Salutatory Parents, teachers, friends, we, the members of the Class of 1920, bid you welcome here tonight. We are glad for vour interest in us, which prompts you to be present. You, parents and teach- ers, are especially welcome, for We know it is to your guidance and leadership that we owe our success in completing our high school course. It is due to your help that we pushed aside the obstacles in our way, and climbed to the mountains of o-ur victory, for vic- tory it is. Four years ago we entered this high school, a band of timid, unlearned Freshmen. Tonight we emerge as high school gradu- ates. We are proud that we can stand before you and say that we are graduates of the Three Rivers High School. Tomorrow we go forth to meet the future. What that future may bring forth, who can tell? For some, it will be college, for others, the busy world. Now, as ever, is the world-old conHict go- ing ong the struggle between the laboring masses striving to hold their own against the few, the classesg between labor and capital. In America, as in Europe, there must be reconstruction of condi- tions and ideas. People must learn to see the point of view of others before we can have universal brotherhoodg before the world can live in harmony. Each must learn to play his part in the Or- chestra of Life before there will be harmony. When this change comes we will have an ideal world. In our school work, in our athletic victories, in everything we have accomplished, we have worked together. Not one good stu- dent alone could make a brilliant class, not one person alone on a team could win a victory, not one person doing this, another that, could make peace and harmony, but the united efforts, the peace and brotherhood of all must be had to accomplish anything. From this point our paths diverge. As we go forward to take our places in the ranks of the world's workers, some to follow one calling, others, another, will this mutual good will, this brotherhood. continue, or will some be striving for one condition, others, another, and all be in discord? If this same feeling could exist throughout the world as it exists among classmates, this feeling of interest and the sense of belonging together, the feeling that the failure of one is the failure of all and that the success of one is the suc- cess of all, what an ideal place to live in this World would be! We are glad to be free at this time to take our places in the world. Yet, mingled with the joy of being free to do our bit for humanity, is the pain and regret of parting, the doubt and uncer- tainty of our future relations. We will take with us many happy remembrances of our high school days. We look back at the associations and friendships we have formed and wonder how long they will continue. In after l50l years, we shall look back and remember with gladness that we have gained that which we set out to gain, that we have not dropped out of the ranks for victory, and that we stand at last at the goal of final achievement. For tonight and tonight only, we are still pupils in the Three Rivers High School. This in all probability is the last time we shall meet together. We wish to obtain all the pleasure possible from this, our last evening and our last meeting as a class. To you, classmates, I would say, be faithful in the higher duties before you as you have in those which are past. May suc- cess and happiness follow you wherever you go. Give your best and you will reap your reward. You will not go alone. The interest and best wishes of your classmates will follow you, and remember the works of our great Master when he said, f'For lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world." As I stand here tonight where the two paths meet, I can look both forward and backward. I can see the past behind me, brightly illuminated in some places, in others dark. This represents our joys and sorrows, our successes and our failures. Before me. I can see the future, misty in appearance, dim and unfathomable. 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CAST President. Warren Wescott. Vice-president, George Cross. Secretary and Treasurer, Donald Boyer. Seventy Freshmen bearing a brown and gold banner. Many new faces are found among the number. They soon become acclimated to city life and no difference in either appearance or actions can be noticed. The path here diverges, some take the fork to the right carrying a "Beginner's Latin" and an Al- gebrag while those going to the left are carrying Commercial Arithmetics and Typewriting manuals. Miss McCain, English instructor: "What is a wet sponge like?" Harry Baker: "A rotten apple." ACT III. Time-One year later. CAST President. Clara Belle Langton. Vice-president, Mary Fulcher. Secretary and Treasurer, Mary Knevels. The cast is found to lessen in number, many becoming weary and discouraged at their slow progress to the Land of Knowl- edge. We learn that "all Gaul is divided into three parts-" and also that "two things equal to the same thing are equal to each other." On the coats of the entire cast you will notice the red and white emblem of the Red Cross. The country is at war. l52l 1 Miss Mensch, Math. instructor: "Mary, have you ever heard the word locus before?" Mary Fulcher: "Yes, it is applied to a bug." ACT IV. Time-One year later. CAST President, Clara Belle Langton. Secretary and Treasurer, Mary Fulclier. The action becomes more rapid. Half of the work is now com- pleted. Some of the cast are learning to "Parlez-vous fran- cais", while others are found to be constantly making mystic outlines in Shorthand notebooks. In this act the social side is more completely developed. Scene 1. Masonic Hall. The Junior Party, under the chaperon- age of Mr. Horst, Miss McCain, Miss Luce, Miss Thomason and Mr. Saylor, is a truly great event. Scene 2. K. of P. Hall. A droning sound coming from several electric fans, long tables, lined with girls and boys, laughter and much commotion fro-m the small table in the center-the Junior-Senior banquet. Exit. The beloved Mr. Lyttle, Miss McCain, Smith, Creaser, and Luce. Re-enter, Mr. Horst. Miss McCain, English instructor: "Frances, have you ever read "The Sky-scraper?" Frances Jacobs: "No." Miss McCain: "You had better read it. It has eighteen good stories in it." ACT V. Time-One year later. CAST President, Harold Hazen. Vice President, Mary Fulcher. Secretary and Treasurer, Doris Zierle. Only thirty-five of the original cast still remain. During this act you are forgiven if you wonder how many of the thirty-five will be among the Seniors in June. Scene 1. Rex Theater tthe dramatic ability of the cast is shown in this scenel. "Down in Dixie" presented by the Class of 1920. Scene 2. Rex Theater "Claim Allowed, Continued" presented by the same worthy actors. The play goes on, the action grows more and more rapid and things are nearing a climax. EPILOGUE In the future, not far distant, is seen another Junior-Senior banquet, this time the class of '20 are the guests of honor. Look- ing ahead we see as through a mist, long lines of white gowned girls and somber clad boys stepping forward to receive their reward for the four years they have struggled. Now they are out upon the stage of life-may the stage hands and the manager, as well as their fellow actors, treat them kindly. -Kathleen King '20. I 53 l Class Prophecy Three Rivers, Michigan, June 16, 1940. Dear Belle: Yes, I'm actually in Three Rivers once more, and I'm almost as excited as we used to get on "certain occasions" in old H. S. days. In fact I feel very H1920-fled" tonight, for I have just found some data which completes the record of all of our classmates. I'll tell you all about them, for I know you do not want to wait until I see you. Before I begin, however, I must say I am very sorry about your divorce. I was afraid your Basket Ball methods would not work well in matrimony. Anyway, I am delighted that we can take our long-talked-of trip to Mars. They say that Mr. and Mrs. Horst are doing great things in the way of reform there. To begin with our class again, you know that I have been looking them up for years and so I stopped in Three Rivers hoping to learn something once more in the old stamping ground. I cer- tainly did. The old town looked greatly changed-twenty years makes lots of difference in its appearance. The first thing l noticed as I came from the train was that in place of Machimer's where we squand- ered so much good money, was a five and ten cent store with the sign "Lott Sz Bedell" above the door. I wandered on down the street and met Harry Baker. True to his name, he wore a cap and apron and owns what was the "White Bakery". And then I ran into "Crick". That poor kid is in mourning for her third husband! Doesn't she have the worst luck? She will be rich some day if she keeps on. All three left her lots of money. Well, she seemed to know all about everybody for she has lived here almost all the time since we were graduated and has kept track of folks well. I went home with her, and she said we were going to the show that night, the same old Rex that "used-to-was". I had the surprise of my life there. Louis Oldenburg was starring in the play, a reg- ular Harold Lockwood kind of old days. However he far surpass- es anything that Lockwood ever did. As for the comedy, it was "the second Charlie Chaplin" lGeorge Smithb in "Oh Girls." I suppose you have seen that. Jim Black and Warren Wescott are running what they call a "Greek Cafe". We went there after the show. Ugh! Crick showed me Ray Ware's latest book after we got home. It is just another satire on women. He must have been disappointed in loveg he is making a fortune out of his disappointment, anyway. By the way, you know since this Johnson's name has been under discussion for President, we have often wondered if it was really "T. R. H. S. Harvey". Well, it is and he is sure to get it, and Lyna Whited is his secretary. Bertha Marie just dropped in, and it certainly is surprising how young she looks. She admits, though, that it is largely due i54l to her faithful patronage of the Fulcher-Robbins Beauty Parlor. It is located where Farnam's used to be, and must surely account for the astonishingly youthful appearance of many T. R. women. The girls told me that Mary Brown, H. Gleason, E. Gorbutt, and M. Rhineholt are all married. but didn't know the men. And Dola Weinberg! she married one of your old admirers, an '18 man who always professed to hate girls. Three guesses!! Mary Prang is, as of course you know, quite a suffrage leader. No doubt you have read Edna Childs' column in the "New York Times"-"Advice to the Lovelorn". I was overwhelmed when Bert told me this. Con. Waite-rs is the wealthiest woman in the land, but she made her money by very original work. She raises angleworms, and sells them to the fisheries. It is astonishing how lucky some people are. Ellis Schellhous. Frances Jacobs and Effie Barger are all equally successful in their chosen work as comic opera stars. You know how strong Ellis was for comedies in High School days. One of the most touching bits of gossip I have heard is the fate of Paul Kerr. He is a crusty old bachelor now, and the only thing in this wide world he seems to love is an ancient spotted pony. It seems he has had it many years, and it is the only link that binds him to his boyhood. When it dies, as it surely must do soon, I do not know what will become of him. Did you ever dream that one of our own classmates would de- sign such hideous styles as Esther Sweitzer has sent this year from Paris? I would like to wring her neck. The shocking news you sent me about Harold Hazen still staggers me. I always knew he would be famous some day, but never in my wildest dreams did I picture him as a Bolshevik leader. Also I was astonished that you employed Ethel Pierce for your lawyer in your divorce case. I thought you always said that wo-men lawyers were N. G. Have you read Kathleen King's latest novel? Crick has that too, and it is the most exciting thing ever. Kay certainly is a successful authoress. Her mystery novels are winning world fame. Florence Kensil is another success. I believe she is about the greatest home missionary the world has ever known. Still another who has realized her youthful ambition is Doris Zierle. You know she went to Greece soon after graduation. Well, it seems the Greeks have adopted her for a goddess. She lives on nectar and ambrosia and is divinely happy. Walt Fenstermacher married a '21 graduate and has settled down on an ostrich farm. Adelaide Frary, a successful farmer- ette, has proved invaluable to him in his project. They always did take to tall things, anyway. I have not heard anything from Thelma, but from all indications during H. S. days, she is happy in some vine-covered cottage even though it be in Australia. Doesn't this include everybody? Seems good to hear from them all. I hope this lengthy ramble with the "ghosts of your mem- ory" has not bored you, but I suppose you are as interested as I am. They are rather wide-awake ghosts, and as for me, I do not resemble a ghost now. I only weigh 190 pounds!! With arrangements all completed to start for Mars Monday, I will say farewell for three short days. L Your old pal, iDorotliy Way '20, I 55 l Down in Dixie The Civil War play, "Down in Dixie", was given by members of the present Senior class at the Rex theater on December 19, 1919. The perfect triangle is ever present: Harvey lHarold Hazenl, the Northern Hero, is in love with Helen rClara Belle Langtonh, the Southern Ileroine, and nearby is Bradley fFrank Bedelh, a hdajor in the Confederate Army, who would win Helen's hand by fair means or foul. Congressman Dusenberry iRay Warel, Mrs. Dusen- berry 1CrysMH Averyh a newspaper reporten Bangs 4ElHs ScheH- housl, Snifiins, a rascally schemer lGeorge Srnithl, Molly, Helen's friend qDoris Zierleb. Susannah, and Mosley, Southern slaves KMary Fulcher and Warren Wescottl, all contribute their share to round-- ing out the play and reheving the dramnatnztension. NVar is declared and Ilelen teHs Ilarvey ins xvay lies to the North and hers to the South. Harvey is later made a prisoner and believes he was betrayed by Helen. Corporal Hooligan 4Harry Bakerh and Ilarvey depict a sad but true picture of Libby prison ni the third act. Ilelen cornes to the prison to help Ilarvey escape but both are caught in the act by Bradley. Harvey cleverly outwits Bradley and makes his escape to Helen's plantation. Bradley trails them but arrives just when peace is declared. His life is spared by Helen's generosity and the drama ends with all parties happy, with the exception of the rascal Sniifins, who is threatened with a coat of tar and feathers. The action of the play was very rapid, the climaxes powerful, and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. -W. Horst. l56l "Claim Allowed, Continued" The Senior Class of June, 1918, gave as their last play of the year, "Claim Allowed". Since that time a sequel had been written entitled "Claim Allowed. Continued". The Seniors of 1920 chose this as their play for Commencement week. Incidents and speech- es brought out the social unrest and profiteering which occurred after the world war. The speeches were inspiring, patriotic and filled with enthusiasm for high American ideals. Mrs. LaFohl adopts a small boy scout who has been left an orphan. His father was killed in France. Dabney LaFohl, of the aircraft secret service, is working for the government trying to round up the "Reds", Lillian Carmon, his fiancee, is living with her aunt, Mrs. Wardlow, a lover of wealth and society. This aunt wishes Lillian to marry Charles Bland who has become fabulously rich, and arranges to show Mr. Carmon how far superior Charles is to Dabney. Mr. Carmon finally allows Charles to invest his liberty bonds for him. Dabney is called west on special business. Here he arrests Mrs. Hohenzollern, a "Red" leader, and finds clues which bring him hastily back home in time to arrest Charles as a profiteer, and stop him from taking Lillian and her father on a yacht trip where he intended to force Lillian to marry him. Ethel is Dabney's loyal sister. She has only recently been married. Neb and Caroline. two colored folks, furnish most of the humor. Their love affair is very amusing as is also their discussion on suffrage. While in the west, Dabney visits at the home of some German- Americans. Here we meet Gustav Metz, Mrs. Metz, Sherman and Mary Metz. CAST OF CHARACTERS Dabney LaFc-hl .................................... Harry Baker Mrs. LaFohl ................................ Clara Belle Langton Ethel, Dabney's Sister .... ........ K athleen King Lillian Carmon ......... .......... C rystal Avery Mr. Carmon .......... .... 1 Valter Fenstermacher Mrs. Wardlow ......... ............ D oris Zierle Mrs. Hohenzollern ..... .......... E Hie Barger Boy Scout .......... ....... W infield Lott Mr. Gustav Metz... .......... Hubert Lott Mrs. Metz ........ .... B erthamarie Mallo Sherman Metz .... ........ F rank Bedell Mary Metz. . . ............. Eleanor Neb ......... .... L ouis Oldenburg Caroline .... ....... . . .Constance Walter Tillie ...... ......... ..... D o ris Robbins l57l Class Will We, the members of the Class of 1920 of the Three Rivers High School, being about to depart from the state of trial and tribulation of High School life, while still frantically clinging to the last remnant of our right mind, and striving to uphold and pre- serve our proverbial dignity as Seniors, do hereby Wish to make our last will and testament. First. To the Faculty We return their condescending smiles, preserved in alcohol, to be lavished upon future generations. Second. To the simple little Juniors, we bequeath the good will of Mr. Horst, with the sincere hope that he may be able to drill a little common sense into their ivory domes. Third. To the Sophs we leave a little of our class "pep", ad- monishing them to come to life during Junior year. Fourth. We bequeath our ability to sleep without snoring during whole periods, especially fifth and sixth hours, to the Freshmen. Fifth. To the Rhinies, we bequeath our habit of looking wise when we feel green. PERSONAL One. The Senior Class gives to Mr. Horst its everlasting per- mission to chew gum outside of his room. Second. The Senior girls bequeath to the Junior girls their "knack" of peacefully discontinuing all social engagements with their "steadies", with specific directions that said "knack" be used to good advantage. Third. Effie Barger wishes to leave her graceful contour to Elsie Gleason. Fourth. The Senior B. V. D.'s bequeath their brilliant ideas to the Junior B. V. D.'s in order that they may again successfully outrage the public eye. Fifth. To Pauline Goodbrake, Louie Oldenburg leaves his habit of keeping quiet on all occasions. Sixth. Dola Weinberg bequeaths her volume of voice to Em- erson Lull, with the provision that he will not deafen the teachers in its use. Seventh. 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A ,-44 4. fl J ,f in ' J- ces f Y! -Q -f"'4-iv' 1-. crow U M . '- ng' KI .1-H-g me---X Z ge, 55, gg Q fffn ,I 1 3,4 ,df ' -" FLHIK M 411 NF y?!w ww - F1 ff u5vcALoRgAN5ZMEQWMSj E633 Chorus The Chorus is the largest as well as the oldest organization of the school. It no-W boasts of one-hundred-fifty members, and is steadily growing both in numbers and renown. During the war the Chorus was instrumental in stimulating the patriotic spirit by its enthusiastic singing at public gatherings. Since the War the Chorus has not had as much publicity as before. However, the organization has not been resting on its laurels for some very creditable work has been done especially in five-part music. The Chorus unanimously extends a hearty thanks to Mrs. Cauffman for her unceasing efforts in their behalf. Girls' Glee Club The Girls' Glee Club has proven its excellence by the many delightful programs it has rendered. Nct only has the Glee Club entertained the student body, but also the different societies of the city. It is the aim of the Glee Club to put on an operetta near the close of each school year. "In India", the last operetta given, will be remembered for its unusual display in solo work. One of the special features along this line being an oriental snake dance by Rosann Predmore. The operetta was given under the capable di- rectorship of Mrs. Cauffman and proved a decided success. Those having voice and personality are eligible to the Glee Club. Girls possessing these qualities are urged to join the or- ganization. --Doris Zierle. l 54 l 9..- Orchestra "Music hath charms", and perhaps no musical organization is more essential to a live high school than the orchestra. Instru- mental music is sought for all programs and we are very fortunate this year in possessing an orchestra that is capable and willing to participate whenever called upon to do so. Although many of the members are new the interest and pro- gress has been remarkable, and the playing has been the best we have had in years. New orchestra books were provided this year, giving added inspiration. The orchestra has been very active: several entire chapel pro- grams and a part of the program for Parents' Day were given by the orchestra. They furnished the music for the Father and Son Banquet at the Methodist Church and for several class plays, always pleasing their audiences. Altogether this has been a pleasant and profitable year for our High School Orchestra. First Violin Flute Gerald Howard Harold Hazen Gerald Roys Arthur Turnbull Lewis Silverthorn Cornet Donald Deisch Ralph Kline William Oberholtzer Drum Second Violin Donald Ireland Helen Gleason Piano Burnette Crose Ruth Friday Dorothy Hinckley -Mrs. Cazzffvzzavi.. l65l Oratoricals and De-clamations For several years we have been interested in oratoricals and declamations. Prizes have been, at various times, awarded to mem- bers of this schoolg but this year we were especially successful. A preliminary contest was held in Assembly one morning, at which time four people from the ninth grade gave declamations. In these Pauline Goodbrake won first place. Gerald Hagan, as ora- tor, and Audrey Hagan in the Free-for-All had no competitor so these three were our school representatives. Friday evening, April 16, the County Contest was held at this school. It was a long and interesting one, and highly gratifying in its results as well, for when the decision of the judges was an- nounced each of our speakers had won honors. Gerald Hagan re- ceived second place in Oratory, while Pauline Goodbrake and Aud rey Hagan each received a first prize in the Declamation and Free for-All, respectively. -'Hazel D. Lamb. l66 l 'Wm Debates This year a new activity was added to the list of those already organized in this school. This was the Debating Contest which grew naturally out of the various debates held in the Junior Eng- lish classes. Consequently, those mo-st interested were Juniors and both teams therefore were chosen from this class. A preliminary debate was held one Friday morning in Assembly for the purpose of choosing the first team to represent our school in the Michigan Ihgh Sched Debahng League ThecpwsUon was RemMved:HThat Ilniversal Ddihtary Training should be adopted for all able-bodied male citizens of the United States between the ages of 18 and 213' As a result of this debate, Mabel Rodeheaver, Gerald Hagan and Emerson Lull went to Constantine on the following Friday night where they fought vigorously for the establishment of Universal Military Training. Although the debate was lost by a vote of 2 to 1, they were not conquered, but instead, were anxious to meet the next opponent Hsted on the state schedule The return of the influenza epidemic to this city necessitated a postponement of the next debate. This condition being common in rnany of the schools,in order to carry on the State Contest to any degree of satisfaction whatsoever, unfortunate schools like our own were dismissed from the League for the remainder of this year. However, we hope to enter again another year, and may the Fates be kind to us and aid us in our attempts. -Hazel D. Lamb. U37 l ' Q Q 1 ' ' XXQYFNUWQ , 5 ' H .... X-W Ui GE 5 wx 1 ' ED pa. ' an N ' hs' ,Eh QW 'E c Y . A 'V V Y" Rx +4 F .A a X. if i ii EF 7" sf E ' .,- -- t fa' I A f IFJ - x 2 5 Alber, Eugene . . . Barger, Effie .,...... Breyfc-gle, Warren .,.. Breyfogle, John. .. Black, James ,... Bramer, Harold . . . Boyer, Donald. . Bedell, Frank ..... Gollissi, Claudius . .. Doolittle, Raymond. . . Detwiler, Glenn ...... Everhart, Bernice .... Fenstermacher, Walter Gleason, Harriet ..... Hagan, Gerald ..... Hoxter, Byron ....... Houldsworth, Paul... Hoshel, Warren . .. Johnson, Harvey .... Krull, Frank ........ Kline, James ......... Langton, Clara Belle.. Lott, Hubert ......... Rahn, Malcolm .... Plummer, Edna . .. Reed, Katherine .... Sloan, James .... Shane, Mildred .... Schellhous, Roy Schellhous, Ellis .... Schweitzer, Donald... Schall, Donald ..... Van Dyke, Louis .... Weyrick, Lynn ..... Ware, Ray ........ Wescott, Warren .... Wallace, Hugh .... Withers, Maude... Woodman, Maxine. .. Wearers of T. R. Basket Ball . 18-19-20 .. 20 ... 19 ... 19-20 . . 20 . . . 18-19-20 . .. 17-18-19-20 . . . 18-19-20 . . 20 . 18-20 . . 20 . . . 18-19-20 . . 19 . . 19 . . . 19-20 . . 20 . 17-18-19-20 fee Base Ball 20 20 17-18-19 20 20 19-20 20 20 16 20 18- 19-20 17-18-19-20 20 Soccer Ball Track 20 20 20 17-18-19 20 19 20 20 20 20 20 16-17-18 20 19-20 20 20 20 20 19-20 20 17-18-20 20 18 19 19 19 15 19 19 19 19 17-19 70 Girls' Basket Ball Everyone in Three Rivers knows the difficulty which the bas- ketball teams had finding a suitable place in which to hold their games. With the exception of the Battle Creek game, all games were played rather late in the season. The girls are eagerly look- ing forward to next year's season with the splendid opportunities which a new gymnasium offers them. At Battle Creek they met defeat but retrieved this by winning the next game, which was with Sturgis. On March 12th and 13th they took a week end trip playing three games. 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'r.:gafL1Lu---1-a ,!mx'.-.-11 -,..:.n-4'-an ff.--..f: -a-. -.W - -. 1 ff 721 Boys' Basket Ball The basketball situation in Three Rivers the present year was very doubtful for several months. Games could not be scheduled until the Moose Hall was completed and then the flu epidemic vis- ited Three Rivers and the schools were closed for a period of three weeks. The local team journeyed to their first defeat at Coldwater and then after a six weeks forced rest defeated Cassopolis twice. Sturgis once and lost to Marcellus on their floor. The return game at Sturgis was cancelled to enable the local team to enter the dis- trict tournament at Kalamazoo Normal at which Three Rivers pulled down third place in Class B. The players who won their letters were Capt. Fenstermacher. Roy Schellhous, Hubert Lott, Warren Wescott, Frank Krull, Virgil Lackey and Raymond Doolittle, Captain-elect, for the coming year. With a regulation gymnasium in which to practise and play, Three Rivers will show up well in Class B next year. The summary of games follows: Date Teams Opponents Score T. R. Score Jan. 9, Coldwater, there ..,.......... 64 .......... 12 Feb. 27, Cassopolis, here... ... 8. . .. . . . .52 Mar. 5, Sturgis, here ........ .. .12 .... . . . .42 Mar. 10, Cassopolis, there ..... . . .24 .... . . . .52 Mar. 12, Marcellus, there ..... .. .24 .... . . . .21 Mar. 27, Marshall, at Kazoo .... ..... 3 3 .......... 19 Total ...... 165 ......... 198 -Mr. Horst. Arthur Turnbull says it makes him mad when they leave the porch light on. How about it, Arthur? Mrs. Lamb at breakfast table: "Give me some soft-boiled eggs pretty well done, and toast and coffee." Since when? Mr. Horst in Commerce and Industry: "Dates in this country are comparatively rare." ??? I73' 1 1 Soccer Ball Ddany a tale could be told of the deeds and feats of athlehc greatness ndnch center thenmelves around the 1919 Soccer BaH Team. But it is not necessary as everyone knows they had the rnost successful seascn yet accredited to any soccer tearn froni this high school. The team played eleven games, winning eight, tying one and losing two games. They piled up a total of 32 points to their opponents 8, which showed them to be an aggressive and de- fensive team. Capt. Wescott was a brick wall in defense and had a good aggressive kick which netted many gains for Three Rivers. VVe are going to lose WVescott this year. .A fast Htde rnan xvas Bubby Lott and always with the ball. Lott leaves us this year. Ware played a hard and steady game at full. JeH's idea was the bigger they are the harder they fall and many a man went down. Elhs ScheHhous was a good ning forward and inany tnnes he passed the baH forward for a goaL Johnson was a good half but was handicapped by lack of experience. He has the making of a good player. Capt. lelectl John Breyfogle was the hardest playing and most aggressive forward of the team, thoroughly unselfish and never quitting. With him leading the team the prospects for next year are very encouraging. Kline with a sure eye and deadly left kick piled up the points for Three Rivers and brought many vic- tories to the team. Roy Schellhous played a good aggressive game at forward and was accredited with many goals. He had good charging ability. Acting Manager Hoshel was a great factor in our successful season. PHS good steady'xvork at goal guard saved us many bad defeats. Warren Breyfogle and Alber were fast, light forwards and with last year's experience will make good men for next season. Sloan, Hagan, Collissi, and VanDyke were all there at half back and wvHl be a good backneld for next year. Iloxter and Bramer were strong on the defensive. They saved the goal guard from many worries. Wallace and Rahn also made a good shoudng last faH. The fellows who remain for next year's team are very modest and hate to prame thenmelves but they aM say,'WVatch us next falL lVe are out after the cup.U -Mr. Smith. K 75 l X 5 3, if 3 l X KE' Base Ball Three Rivers, the first of the season, did not play up to old time form. This was due to a new team without any baseball experi- ence. Many of the fellows never had played baseball before this year. But with the first of the season's experience and two or three defeats the fellows got going and played good ball, beating Centerville with a 24-1 score and Colon 3-2 took the keen edge off from losing the cup and the fellows all feel that they gave good opposition to every team played. The team next year will be an unknown quantity but with the good material left a strong team should be developed. T. R. Opponent Mendon, here ..... . .. 5 .... . . . . 9 Colon, there ...... ... 0 .... ... 7 Centreville, here. .. . . .24. . . . ... 1 Mendon, there .... .. . 2 .... . . . .13 Colon, here ........ 3 ........ .. 2 Centreville, there .... . . .13 ........ . . 6 fEmery Sm ith. For Boys Only 'peaq .Iaq uo pueqs Ol peq aqs JI moqeuios in 193 pcaqs mauxi QM 'peat Apealle sleqs iuaod sgql iuzuop la O1 squao urn .If-JB'em HCI MON 'moqs B go pupl qseal aqfg s1eB aqs JI 'moqatuos qno iii pug HIBQS qaq noi img fmouq OJ, J,ou 1LIBl10 aqs Buiqqaiuos S131 'LHB e sagnom 112141 Bugqfpiue saaxaqq JI i771 .....,........4.- .uww-ms-:wif Field Day 1919 Points Scored: Three Rivers. 70 2-3, Colon, 46 1-3, Constantine, 28, White Pigecn, 3, Sturgis, 2. The Three Rivers high school took first at the annual county field meet held at Centerville last year, winning over their nearest rival by 24 points. Cc-lon was second, Constantine, third, White Pigeon, fourth, and Sturgis, fifth. FC-llcwing is a list of the Winners in the various events: Shot Put-Niendorf, Colon, first, Tessin, Three Rivers, second, Johnson, Three Rivers, third. Distance, 38 ft., 412 in. 50 Yard Dash, Class A-Hoxter. Three Rivers, first, Schweitzer, Three Rivers, second, Wolf, Three Rivers, third. Time 7.2 seconds. 50 Yard Dash, Class B-Niendorf, Colon, first, Wescott, Three Rivers, second, Tessin, Three Rivers, third. Time 6 4-5 seconds. Running Broad Jump-Niendorf, Colon, first, Wescott, Three Rivers, second, Abbott, Three Rivers, third. Distance 19 ft., 7 in. Baseball Throw-Smith, Constantine, first, Tessin, Three Rivers, second, Walters, Colon, third. Distance, 327 ft. Half Mile-Black, Three Rivers, first, Hagan, Three Rivers, second, Baad, Colon, third. Time 2 minutes and 19 seconds. 100 Yard Dash, Class A-Cole, Constantine, first, Hoxter, Three Rivers, second, Wolf, Three Rivers, third. Time, 13 seconds. 100 Yard Dash, Class B-Niendorf, Colon, first, Wescott, Three Rivers, second, Shook, Sturgis, third. Time, 11 seconds. 120 Yard Hurdle-Niendorf, Colon, first, Middling, White Pig- eon, second, Snyder, Colon, third. Time 14 3-5 seconds. Running High Jump-Me-ricle, Constantine, Hrst, Hartman, Colon, second, Baker, Ware, Three Rivers and Niendorf, Colon, tied for third. Height 4 ft. and 11 inches, Pole Vault-Krull, Three Rivers, first, Lott and Sloan, Three Rivers, tied for second. Height 9 ft. 440 Yard Dash-Abbott, Three Rivers, first, Weyrick, Three Rivers, second, Hagan, Three Rivers, third. Time 58 3-5 seconds. Standing High Jump-Niendorf, Colon and Mericle, Constan- tine, tied for first: Hartman, Colon, third. Height 416 ft. 220 Yard Dash-Niendorf, Colon, f11'StQ Wescott, Three Rivers, second, Shook, Sturgis, third. Time 24 4-5 seconds. Standing Broad Jump-Niendorf, Colon, first, Mericle. Con- stantine, second, Kirkwood, Constantine, third. Distance, 9 ft., Gife in. Relay-Three Rivers, first, Constantine, second. Time 1 min- ute and 55 seconds. The following Three Rivers boys won points at the County Track Meet bringing the cup to Three Rivers: Warren Wescott, 12, Byrcn Hoxter, 8, Paul Tessin, 7, Warren Abbott, 6, James Black, 1791 53 Frank Krull, 55 Gerald Hagan, 4g Donald Schweitzer, 3g Lynn Weyrick, 33 Hubert Lott, 29 James Sloan, 2g Clifford Wolf, 25 Ber- nard Johnson. 13 Harry Baker, 1-33 Ray Ware, 1-33 Relay team, Wescott, Tessin, Abbott and Weyrick, 10. Total points, 70 2-3. The above boys, with the exception of the last two, will be given a T. R. in recognition of their work. Impossible Miss Burke as a comedian. Mrs. Horst a tragedian. Edna Kern a nymph. Mr. Horst hating himself. Frank Bedell as big a man as he thinks he is. George Smith popular with the girls. Mary Prang acting as old as she really is. Crystal Avery without a half dozen "trailers", Roy Schellhous' hair not perfectly curled. Zelda Kingsley not being original as far as "wears" are con- cerned. Ellis Schellhous really clever. Harry Baker not swallowing bait, hook and line. Laverne Brannon not primping in the lower hall. l80l A Close Escape The sun was shining brightly, when all at once we plunged into darkness at the end of some street in Battle Creek, then sud- denly it was day again, but of a different kind. Here and there were hung huge lamps which lighted what proved to be a tunnel through which we were passing, The train on which we were rid- ing was filled with soldiers, who were going to Chicago for the pur- pose of subduing riots which were tolling many lives every day. Nearly every one was reading or talking when the door at the end of the car was violently thrown open and the conductor en- tered, giving a loud command, "All windows down. The tunnel is on fire." Every window in the coach came down with a thud. What could we do? We must get to Chicago as fast as the car could carry us, and here we were, entombed in a burning tunnel of roar- ing flames. Our train was supposed to be travelling at eighty miles an hour, but now we could tell we were going faster. Into the flames we plunged. Hotter and hotter it grew. The car win- dows began to crack, some falling out, the smoke and flames pour- ing into the coach. Some of the soldiers smashed the seats and closed the windows with them, but soon they caught on fire and were thrown out. So great was the heat we could do nothing more than breathe and besides this the roof of our coach was on fire. In a few seconds more we would have been entombed had not some- thing happened. Sometime afterwards, I regained consciousness and found my- self lying on the bank of a river with other soldiers, and then I found out the truth. Our train ran into a burning tunnel. All the cars except our coach was severed from the engine, doubling the speed of the train, which ripped and roared through the tunnel. Just as our coach caught on fire, we left the tunnel and at the same time, the train left the bridge and piled into about seven feet of water putting out the fire. The tunnel had been set on fire when the rioters heard we were coming and the track at the opening of the tunnel had been wrecked by the same people, who had intended that we should meet our death in fire, but instead the very same rioters saved our lives by wrecking the bridge. -Harold Bowers '21. Blushes may come and blushes may go- But freckles stay on forever. E811 'K . ' V : IV, Rm.. JV, '1 - . L 61' P A" . .1-1' . 8 xv- " r Ui .J" 1 's ,I ,r- '- x 1. 1 "f 4 . Zz" A S:-5' 5 A , S -w-,mv jg' "fm" .W-uv 2 ka, . fg,,qae.-rv-1 P -.RS r.H"- ,,.f.-1 -,4"f'a5:J ', r' 9, .' W :.,' ,:" ' , 9:1--' , 15:- " -lg J u 'V a 1 2 ' 1 ,I-.. ' 4 , uf- . , .Jw ,J Y , , -,N t, 'waz E, 1.- IN-1, .n. ,r" A 1, . ' . , L- A 1, N .Je 'b nfl I . , ' L -1 , M., V fl . ' :T . I V4 f ry X, . A 6 f -, ,, .gg1.,....'Q,,g- 4 - 1,-. H I.. an -s if 4 5 , , . 3 -Sf. X- Fm' .'.' 'Y' ' ,.1. '. ii-" viva! ,LL 7, 6 .nf f F "The Mystery Solved" David Grey was a cheerful young man, not given to complain- ing of his rather hard lot in life. The boys all knew and liked him. Oftentimes during the noon hour when they were all gathered around the icing lunch table, telling of their experiences in France, a perplexed frown would appear on young Grey's brow. When asked, "Did you get to France. Grey?" he would reply, 'tWhy yes, I got there-", and the boys thinking the question embarrassed him would quickly change the subject. As he strode along swinging his lunch pail, he thought en- viously of the thrilling experiences related by the others. Jack Warden had captured three German oificers single handedg Ted Williams had "almost" been captured by the Austriansg Byron Stan- ley had secured the highly prized Croix de Guerreg each one had some encounter to rclate. "It is strange I don't remember any thrillers to tell the boys. But I sure did get to France because,-why because I remember coming home. There surely must be a hitch somewhere," he thought as he walked along. As he neared the factory he noticed a large blue car approach- ing. As it reached him, he was surprised to see it slow down and stop. The chauffeur descended and came up to the astonished young man. "David Grey?" "Yes sir." 'tWill you kindly step into the car? Mr. Baxter, my employer, wishes to see you." Mr. Baxter was the superintendent cf the factory in which Grey was employed. David, unable to conceal his surprise at this unusual occurrence, did as he was bid. The car turned and was soon speeding up the avenue. Upon his arrival at the home of Mr. Baxter, David was re- quested to step into the library, being informed that Mr. Baxter would see him immediately. A tall gray-haired man came slowly into the room. He looked intently at Grey. "Won't you be seated? I will proceed at once to the purpose of this interview. You perhaps know that I lost my only child, my son, in France. My Wife died three years ago and I am very lonely. My son was not killed, at least we have no proof of his being killed, but he has never returned and no trace of him can be found. I noticed you in the shop one day and I was very start- led to see how closely you resembled my son. I used to come often and watch you at work. Many of your little mannerisms still con- nected you with my son. I made inquiries among the boys and at your boarding place but I received nothing but indefinite replies. l82l I learned that you had come here from New York immediately upon your arrival from France. Your name it seems, is David Grey, and you were gassed while in France, but I can learn no more." "Gassed, you say!-" "Yes, Is it possible you did not know of this?" "That explains it--gassed-. Pardon me, sir, but I was ignor-- ant of this fact. Strange as it may seem, I cannot remember a single thing about my life in France. My first recollection is of landing, with a lot of other soldiers, at Hoboken." As David Grey, or David Baxter, steps from the powerful racer he has been driving, Simmons, the butler, comes rapidly toward him. "Miz Baxter wishes you to step into the library immediately, sir." "All right, Simmons." Great changes have taken place in six months. Mr. Baxter has made all possible investigations and is convinced that David is his son. He is received in society as the son and heir of the Baxter millions should be. As David steps into the library he nnds his father in earnest conversation with a poorly but neatly dressed woman. "Mc-ther--V' he cries. "My son, my Davie. Oh! Sir, do you need further proof that this is my son, not yours?" -Kathleen King '20. A freshman stood on the burning deck, When all but him had Hed. The fact that he had better run, Never entered his poor thick head. A freshman stood on the burning deck, And so far as he could learn, He stood in perfect safety, For he was too green to burn. E831 A Discovery Poor unhappy me! I have not even the comforting words of my friends to console me. Instead, I am scolfed at in a most un- dignified manner. I heroically face the taunting words. My head and shoulders will not droop although a Herculean weight be placed upon them. And why? Do I dare reveal the secret? I am a dis- coverer! My contemporaries will not honor me for, like Columbus, I shall not be appreciated until the masses have gained the higher plane-- the plane upon which I dwell. My experiences have been similar, in fact, they have been identical to the experiences of the great discoverer, Columbus. He sailed for days, he knew not where. He was tossed about by wind and waves. He was completely bewildered. Then a light ap- peared. He was a discoverer. I embarked upon the study of Science. My friends cried, "Be- ware, you will be lost." I gave no heed. I set sail. My course was dark and stormyg neither the moon, the sun, nor the stars pierced the impenetrable darkness. Gigantic waves of sound nearly en- gulfed me. I gasped for breath and screamed for help. A light gleamed from the darknessg I had made my discovery. Beneath my pate, within the unusual thickness of my cranium, there reposes a perfect vacuum. With the courage of a Martyr and a Mona Lisa smile I still mingle with the multitude. -Doris Zierle '20. Twinkle, Twinkle, little sharks, With your high deportment marks, Did you only what you ought, Or were you only never caught? l84l Who's Who in Soho Best looking girl .... .... Best looking boy ..... .. . Most popular girl. .. .... Mc-st popular boy. .. .. . Neatest girl ......... .... Neatest boy ........... .... Most courteous girl ........ Most courteous boy ......... Girl with most H.S. Spirit... Boy with most H.S. Spirit... Noisiest girl ............... Noisiest boy ........ .... Most athletic girl .... .... Most athletic boy ...... .... Biggest boy prirnper ........ Biggest girl primper. . . . . . Biggest giggler ...... .... Best natured girl .... . . . Best natured boy .... .. Wittiest girl ..... Wittiest boy , ......... . . . . Most optimistic person ...... Most pessimistic person Most bashful person ........ Biggest talker .............. Biggest gum chewer ........ Person using best English.. 'Slangiest person" ....... Biggest knocker ............ Most original person ........ Biggest bluffer ........ .... Most promising person ..... Person with most common SGHSC ................... Most obliging person ....... Most stubborn person ...... Most inseparable chums ..... Biggest flirt ................ Person with biggest head .... "Cutest" girl ............... Most studious person ....... First Laverne Brannon .... VVarren Wescott ..... Maxine Woodman ..... Warren Hcshel ...... Eleanor Starr .... .. Warren Crystal Harold Hazen ....... Mabel Rodeheaver. . . Warren Hoshel ...... Wescott ..... Avery ....... Dean Judd ....... . . Emerson Lull .... .. Ellie Barger .... .. Hubert Lott .... .. Don Boyer .......... Thelma Decker ...... Berthamarie Mallo. . . Mary Fulcher ....... .Walter Fen stermac her Arthur Turnbull Mary Fulcher ....... Malcolm Rahn .... .. Mabel Rodeheaver. . . Fay Bent ........ . . Hubert Lott ....., .. Mabel Rodeheaver. . . Frank Krull ......... Harold Hazen .... .. Malcolm Rahn .... .. Frank Krull .... . . Mary Fulcher .... .. Ellis Schellhous ..... Frank Krull ...... . . Harold Hazen .... .. Harold Hazen .... .. Doris Sampsell ...... Mary Prang ......... ol Second Audrey Hagan Roy Schellhous Mabel Rodeheaver Warren Wescott Crystal Avery Donald Boyer Mabel Rodeheaver Warren Wescott Effie Barger Gerald Hagan Mildred Shane Frank Krull Clara Belle Langton Frank Krull Roy Schellhous Thelma Fenstermacher Mary Fulcher Mabel Rodeheaver Warren Hoshel Pauline Goodbrake Mabel Rodeheaver Arthur Turnbull Gerald Hagan EHie Barger Frank Krull Mary Prang Ruth Soule Harold Bowers Emerson Lull Fay Bent Mabel Rodeheaver Mildred Shane Ellis Schellhous Malcolm Rahn Fay Bent Mildred Shane James King Mary Brown Mabel Rodeheaver Emerson Lull John Breyfogle and Mabel Rodeheaver Paul Houldsworth and Crystal Avery Mildred Shane ...... Roy Schellhous ...... Margaret Baker ..... Laverne Brannon .... Harold Hazen ....... i 35 l "The Judds" E Berthamarie Mallo Dean Judd Harriet Gleason Mary Brown THE FACULTY 1 Best looking lady .......... Miss Rutan 2 Best looking man ........... Mr. Ringle. Miss Reller Mrs. Horst Mr. Crawford 3 Most popular in school ...... Mrs. Horst. Mr. Horst Mrs. Lamb 4 Most popular outside school.Mrs. Horst. Mr. Horst 5 "Peppiest" teacher ......... Mrs. Horst. Mr. Horst 6 Biggest crank .............. Miss Burke .... Miss Buck Miss Hutton 7 Teacher conducting most interesting classes .......... Mrs. 8 Most obliging teacher ....... Miss 9 Most respected teacher ...... Mrs. 10 Most dignified teacher ...... Miss Horst. Rutan.. ... Horst. Burke Mr. Horst Miss Reller Mr. Ringle Mrs. Lamb "The Delphian Literary Society" The Literary Society was organized last year under the direc- tion of Miss Luce. The membership consisted of the two Sopho- more English classes. During the year we held eight meetings at which time some particular topic was discussed or the life of some man or woman who had in some manner played an important role in our history. The aim of our society is to bring about the use of better Eng- lish, that is, a better choice of wordsg to train people in public speaking and debatingg to enable people to talk in public and be at ease. This year under the direction of Mrs. Lamb, our Society, while it has not had as many meetings, has progressed farther in the study of parliamentary rules, and the conducting of meetings. This year we adopted a new constitution and a new name- "The Delphian Literary Society." We have a membership of thirty- Hve, and next year we are planning to extend the membership to take in members of the Junior High School as well as members of the Senior High. SOCIETY OFFICERS President, Mabel Rodeheaver. Vice-President, Zelda Kingsley. Secretary, Katherine Reed. Treasurer, Stuart Hedges. fMabel Rodclzcarer, E851 ,M'ff .V ,-1157 G 4 Aifhfv .cz f1,Z12f 4-., QLKW4 ,f 414' rf-until' ' if-1 !,,,f,, I -f Leaf' ' YL CQQQQZJQQLMJA7. 'I' g?jQZfiQJ, 7Y4ff 3 Q51 , ,.,Y,,,M,. 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Colors, Green and White. Motto, "Out of school life, into CLASS ROLL Warren Abbott Hazel P. Barrows Myrtle Bauserman William Bobb, Jr. Kathleen H. Boyer Hazel Doyle Mildred Clifford Amy Dunckel Winnifred Dunn Milton Fitch Dorothy Fraser Bess Fraser Florence Garl Edith Godshalk l88l life's school." Mildred Jewell Bernard Johnson Mae Lucas Arthur Luck Marie McCrory Lucile Shafer Frieda Stears Dale Stone Paul Tessin Helen VanScoter Gertrude Walter Frances Wellington Gladys Wilson Maxine Woodman gf f ?"fsJ" u W , N WFTJ 'Viv ' M X ., f q A?" V 4 'V if A 3 ' ga ,1 ' s' 4 ,- ik -, :J - My .ll f , g WY. ms- 1 9' ff.. I , 9' 35 '::- ' .,. 1 'Ya- 5 ,, 1 .g,:r ' ' V 4'7 A 3 .A . ,I . 1. p , - at Q sg , "' ' NZ 74 HH f FFT -wg s.. V , Qlgfgw A QI 1? E A ,- 1 W: N qu ,AL Q I . . 1 - , W R X ,K ,m , sz vw 1 ww, 't 15' 'n , sf 'f ' Wi? A if , N kanji Q B yu Alumni Directory A CLASS OF 1916 Clare Zander, Allegan, Michigan. Willard Balch. Balch Sz Son Furniture Co., Three Rivers Beatrice Madery, Flint, Michigan. Leo Ash, Three Rivers. iiHelen Baker. Mamie Boyer 1Mrs. R. Longeneckerl, Three Rivers. Donald Bromley, Y. M. C. A. Work. Lucy Campbell LMrs. Roy Beamj, Three Rivers. Warren Cochran, Three Rivers. Blanche Deisch, The Daily Commercial, Three Rivers. fiFrank Everhart. Alva Gcdshalk, Eddy Paper Co., Three Rivers. Clarence Godshalk, U. of M.. Ann Arbor. Rachel Hayman, Three Rivers, Mich. Earl Jewell, Jackson, Mich. Elsie Jewell tMrs. Minard Steiningerb, Three Rivers. Leroy Johnson, Detroit, Michigan. Nelle Judd, Hazen Lumber Co. Oifice, Three Rivers. Mae Kaiser fMrs. Harold Langtonl, Three Rivers. Ruth Keyport, Fairbanks-Morse 8: Co., Three Rivers. Jeannette King KMrs. Harold Schalll, Kalamazoo. Madge Kline, rural teacher, Three Rivers, Michigan. Carleen Klocke, U. of M., Ann Arbor. Grace Lassance, Baltimore, Md. Ernestine Latimer, Detroit, Michigan. Donald Major, U. of M., Ann Arbor. Katherine McPherson, Eddy Paper Co., Three Rivers. Rhea Miller, Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle Creek. Merrill Noss, Three Rivers. Doris Place 1Mrs. Cecil Horsfallh, Jackson. Glenn Pulver, Unknown. Charles Rowe, Three Rivers. Rose Sassaman, Fabius. Flossie Spigelmyer 1Mrs. Earl Belll, Three Rivers. Raymond Sweitzer, Alma, Michigan. Lola Sweitzer, Alma, Michigan. Paul Tompkins, teacher, Colon. Edna Waffle, Fairbanks-Morse Co., Three Rivers. Lowell Weinberg, U. of M., Ann Arbor. Mary Walton, Kalamazoo. Blanch Welty, rural teacher, Three Rivers. Marie Whitenight, rural teacher, Three Rivers. iiDeceased. l 90 l


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