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

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li-1615251 1t1EiFt1Ect:itottlZiT iq 1-31 .-t .H UAdarn and Eva" Presented by THE SENIOR CLASS Directed by MISS LILLIAN CONlAR The first of the two annual plays put on by the Senior Class. lt was a sparkling three act comedy of the life of a wealthy rubber magnate, who, while the master mind of the King Rubber Syndicate was an absolute failure in his home management. The family. by clever use of the family physician. sends him off to Brazil. l-le leaves his business manager Adam Smith in his place as head of the housef This young man is home minded and with a unique bit of strategy makes the family forget their indolent habits and gently teaches them the joy of personal achievement. The veteran coaching of Nliss Comar. director. reflected itself in the ease and assurance of her proteges on the stage. The cast was as follows: James King. a rich man LLLLLLL a ,aa...a Robert Seekell Corinthia. his maid ,aa., L LLL .... ,,,..s, , LLL Nlarie Srgqk Clinton De'NVitt. his son-in-law LL Julia DeXVitt. his eldest daughter LL Eva King. the youngest daughter L Aunt Abby Rocker. his sister-in-law Dr. Jack Delamater, family doctor Horace Pilgrim. his uncle ,,.a, ,LL LLLL LL Adam Smith. his business manager LL Lord Andrew Gorden. Eva's suitor I X r F LL. LLLL Duane Lawrence ,,L.. LLLL Frances Clvmer Margaret Whitesell LLLL LL June Slote L-.LLLAdrian Reiff LLL Roy Van Loo LLLL Cecil DeLong LLL LLL Keith NlcCally I ' i5',F53.l 11tili1t1Et:iroi1tL3',i5ggvj1."'l H Uh Kay" Presented by THE JUNIOR CLASS Directed by MISS LILLIAN COMAR The custom of the Junior Class to put on one play a year, the proceeds of which are to apply on the expenses of the Reflector which they are destined to publish the following year, was given all the more impetus by the successful staging of "Oh Kay" by this year's Junior members. The cast held its practices in the utmost secrecy and upon this swung the success of this bafHing mystery and tremendous drawing power of the mysterious person, "The Terror" whose real identity was not known to the great majority of students until he appeared on the stage. ' Miss Lillian Comar, director, has again demonstrated her unusual ability of bringing to the surface that latent histrionic sense which seems to lie dormant in every cast she works with. The cast was as follows: Kay Millis d..,,... M-- u... ..,.,e...... , - .u,,...... Marjorie Smith Gram .,se.e,e...,,,......,,..u,, .u,.... e e ,e.. Genevieve Lockard Gramp s,es..,s-,..... ,--.-- ,.....,.. -.--. .....,.. Dean Rockwell Arthur Wliiteman ..... .--- .......f.u ei u,,....,... Dean Heywood' Edith Whiteman --,, ,,,... , , -u.. .e ...,... 1 .u,, Jeanne Andrewsf Mrs. Whiteman ....,,,....... , ,... -es-- Dorothy Shepherdson Captain George NVhiteman .e,,-......eu..........,.... Delbert NVatts "The Black Terror" -.,,-- ,,,....e.. 7. ,,,,.,,. .. ...,.,. Bradley Puller Other i'Terrors"' lVho Are Impersonatzirzg Fred Allen, friend of Arthur .....u.............a.a,,. George Patterson Jirn Hayes, friend of Gramp .....,....,.,.........a.e. Vwlarren Ruggles Alice Borden, friend of Edith -. ...G .... ..-.. J o sephine Posdick Page t'Vi1wfy-Firm :-3-i-5.531 arrtrerua 11515521-' -7 in V .A--fr-.---r 'E' li "Two Days to Marry" Presented by THE AG. CLUB Directed by MR. JAMES P. HOEKZEMA lt is a custom decided by precedent for the Agricultural Club to present one play annually. This current year they enacted, "Two Days to Marry," which will hold an enviable place in not only Ag. but school history as well. It was a spritely comedy in three acts which portrayed the climax in the life of James J. Dare. who must marry in two days or lose a huge fortune. It was well played and the characters demonstrated the time and effort. James P. Hoekzema di- rected the production. The characters were: James J. Dare, a wifeless heir ., cascaa Emily Jane Pink. blacker than ink L.. Simon P. Chase, black as his race ..,,, Imogene McShane, a sweet young thing ,L Sadie L. Boise. a widow by choice ,.... Ruford B. Sawyer. a timid lawyer -LL XValter M. Blair, a millionaire ,.... I N f L-- Herbert Tessin I ----, Esther Stock -- Leslie Mohnev --L-,---- Helena Birkholcl L- M-- Josephine Fosdick Raymond Tackaberry LLL- Alfred Lehlunyon 1. 3. If I L Ffh' To 'Wx on 'M 3123-F5333 ':fZ??Tf B ,fry ' '.1 -f I I - ' . V ' Ll CC Vv'illiam W'inkler Bob Baxter .,.. Jane ,.,.-. Ting Y..g Sam --- The Arrival of Kitty Presented by THE VARSITY CLUB Directed by MR. HAROLD VOORHEES THE CAST 37 o,,-- Bob Hali Buryl Bittings Frank Brayman Bob Dimmick - Lyford Cross Basil-.Creager Kitty one ..o.. W-- Forrest Tobin Suzettc ......,-. B -, Benjamin Moore - XVal1ace Rand Jerry Tulloch Aunt Jane ..a.., -- --a 'YJ 'Q' 4? E215 i A 6 . 1.L2ff,f '-up - J :fm i. , : U K :'...:-.1-mp:.,q' - -. '-" FQQ-C. I- -.4 ' :L - 1 . V :--5...-,.:-, 2-. I -zjri, I judging Teams The judging teams of the Agricultural department had a singularly successful year, competing in many contests and nearly always "bringing home the bacon." The boys who took part in judging made their first trip of this season to the West Michigan State Fair. The boys making this trip were those placing highest in the 1927 County Fair. The boys judging grain were: XVarren Shug. Dean Bernhardt and Rolland Ferguson. Those judging vegetables were: XVarren Shug, Donald Avery and Rolland Ferguson. Those judging stock were: Leslie Mohney, Alfred Le Mun- yon and Raymond Tackaberry. The grain judging team placed second in the state. In the 1928 County Fair Three Rivers took first in stock. poultry and grain. The boys placing highest in stock were: L. Mohney, A. Le Munyon. and H. Tessin. The boys in poultry judging were: L. Mohney, H. Tessin. and R. Tackaberry. The high individuals in grain judging were: Harvey DeLong. XValter Kaiser and Clarence Wagner. Three Rivers also competed in a stock judging contest held at Middlebury. Indiana. ln this contest we took hrst place, the following boys placing highest: Rolland Ferguson, 272 points: Roy Wagner, 270 points: and Raymond Tacka- berry, 271 points. They also took part in a grain judging contest at Kalamazoo again taking first, ln the state contest held at Lansing May Hrst and second. the following boys represented Three Rivers in grain: James Roberts, XValter Kaiser and Darrell Rockwell. ln stock judging, Alfred Le Nlunyon. Herbert Tessin. Leslie Mohney and Raymond Tackaberry. The results of this contest have not been received. L X'v'nf'li1-Fffulif I:-Jitfnasu llR'lliLlECCI'l1'fCDllR.lZ':KI'11': Chronology APRIL April 2-Everyone seems happy U3 having returned after a week of rather stormy vacation to the house of learning. , April 3-Track began in earnest today for the boys who were not overcome by spring fever. April 4-The marcel which LeRoy Hoover acquired over spring vacation has almost disappeared. on account of the damp weather, probably. April 6-The Hnal Popular Election was held today in assembly. Harold Linge represents T. R. High in the Oratorical Contest here tonight. Good luck, Harold. April 9-Hurrayl Harold got second place. . April lO-Mr. Peeke's Modern History Class was studying about China. One Member: "ls it in China that they throw baby girls into the river?" Mr. Peeke: "Yes" June Slote: ul don't blame them any: I would, too." April ll-At three-twenty-five an assembly was called today in order that more enthusiasm might be aroused for the Concert given by the XV. S. T. C. Glee Club tonight. April 12-A number of pictures have been circulating in school for two or three days. Cause: Chemistry classes are developing snap-shots. April 13-Hurrayl No school. The teachers have gone to the teachers' in- stitute for a vacation. April 14-Blanche Bauserman won first place in the vocal contest held at Grand Rapids. Detroit and other cities much larger than T. R. competed. April I6-This was blue Monday for more than one reason. Six weeks' tests started today. April l7-Considerable excitement was caused in the fourth hour Modern History Class when Mr. Peeke settled a Hght between Charles Tubbs and Delbert Watts by knocking their heads together. The Band and Orchestra give their annual concert tonight. April l8-The l9Z9 Annual Staff held their Hrst meeting today. April 19-Vivian Sessions. ftranslating Frenchj : "He folded his coat about him and pulled on his trousers." It read: "He put on his coat and pulled on his gloves." April 20-Band and Orchestra letters were given out in assembly today. This is the first time members of these organizations have ever been recognized in this manner. April 21-The track team went to Niles today for the track tournament but did not win. April 23--Today is the beginning of the end. First day of the last six weeks' period. Hurrayf April 24-Nliss Hangsterfer. fafter Delbert XVatts had given his speech in Pilllr .N f N. : 'L5'iEij en:-iiitcirbit 1335191 L-' I English Classl : 'ADelbert, why didn't you look at the class when you talked?" Delbert Watts: "Because they looked so comical." Miss Hangsterfer: "l'm sorry, I am sure they didn't mean to." April 25-Report cards today. People in general seemed quite happy. April 26-A dual track meet, T. R. vs. Sturgis, was held at VanAlstyn Held. Score, T. Rf-70. Sturgis-44. April 27-Many of the teachers wished to go to Ann Arbor to a meeting of the Schoolmasters Club, so there was no school today. April 30-Keep Off the Grass! Athletic field has been seeded. ' MAY May l-Important Varsity Club meeting held tonight in order to decide whether girls or boys should wear the club pins. May 2-Junior and Senior reception invitations were given out today. A movie, "The Bad Egg," was shown in the Auditorium tonight. May 3-Some people were so badly overcome by spring fever today that they found it difncult to climb the stairs to their classes after fire drill. May 4-Third and Fourth hours were both omitted because of an unusually long and interesting assembly. Mr. Miller played several selections on his trombone. Clocks all stopped during the night. May 5--The D. S. Ciirls won Hrst in the Glee Club district contest at Kala- mazoo, while the Band won second in their contest. The track team took third place in the track meet at St. Joe. Eirst. second, and third, not so bad, after all. May 7--The Varsity Club gave their play, A'The Arrival of Kitty." both in the afternoon, for the Ward children, and in the evening. Everyone seemed to enjoy it greatly. May 8--The Band is practicing hard for the Contest, Saturday. They furnish music almost every day for the seventh hour assembly room period. May IO-The D. S. Club won first place in the Class B State contest held at Ann Arbor today. They stay there tonight and broadcast over the radio tomorrow. Some singers we have, l'll say. The Seniors took all the honors at the Inter Class Track meet, as usual. May ll-Fifth hour was omitted today. Mr. Clow of Centreville gave a talk on "The Battle of Gettysburg." May 12-The Band won fourth place in the contest at Lansing. This is better than last year but there is still room for improvement. May 14'-The Juniors, Seniors and the Band were excused from school after Hfth hour to attend the funeral of Harold Null. May 15--Everyone has to watch his chicken coop now days. The Juniors are out after chickens for the banquet. May l6-The long looked for has happened at last. The Juniors. Seniors. Eaculty and School Board enjoyed the banquet and reception very much tonight. I ' i5'j'5J3j iiiiiiiirciroia Lgiilgigg if Nlay 17-The Seventh Graders from theicountry are having their examina- tions. May 18-The Dramatic Club gave a one act play in assembly today. No hours were omitted. The Eighth Grade examinations are being given in the auditorium. May l9-The regional track tournament was held at Kalamazoo today. The winners here go to Lansing next Saturday. ' 'X' May 21-Chemistry classes are cleaning up the laboratory. This is one sign that the end of school is coming. May 22-The Varsity Club had a banquet in the sewing room this evening. May 23--The Senior play cast is working hard on their last play which is to be given the nfth of June. May 24-Senior invitations were given out this afternoon. Nlay 25-The Exchange Club entertained the Senior boys at a dinner this noon. Nlr. Horst made about a dozen announcements in the short assembly today and then called on various people to repeat them. Members of the High School as well as Mr. Horst got a great deal of amusement from the answers. May Z6-Several boys went to Lansing yesterday to participate in the state track meet held there Friday and today. lf any of these boys place, Three Rivers will be making quite a name for itself. Nlay 28-Luck was certainly with our boys Saturday. Jack Hyatt took first place in the low hurdles. and Bob Seekell came in first in thffnur-forty yard dash. May Z9-Senior exams began yesterday and are still continuing today. No wonder they all look so long-faced. May 30-Memorial Day-No school. May 31-This is our last chance to review with our beloved teachers this year. Orchestra journeyed to NVhite Pigeon to play for the graduating exercises there. JUNE June l-The Annual Field Meet was held today at Centreville. Consequently we had two vacations this week. June 3-Baccalaureate Sermon was given in the High School Auditorium by Rev. Telford. i June 4-Eirst, second, and third hour undergraduate exams were held today. Nlisery and more of itf June 5-The Senior Play, "Pals Eirstf' was given in the Auditorium this evening. More exams today. June 6-Seventh hour exams were held this morning. June 7-The teachers are busy correcting exam papers. The Commencement Exercises took place at 8:15. The address was.given by Rev, M. S. Rice on "The Value of Cireat Men," to seventy-six members of the Senior Class. 7 l I I f I'IL"I.B1.?111t1E1P1LlEo1tt311Itln5',5ggrjy June 8-The inal assembly was held this morning at the usual time and the usual events took place. The Seniors and Juniors had a picnic at Eisher Lake after the assembly. Thus ended a perfect year. Sept. lication SEPTEMBER 4QSchool opened with a record enrollment of 653 students. Classi- slips were passed out by the teachers and the seven classes, ten minutes in length followed. Books were purchased in the afternoon. Sept. 5-Assembly was held from ten to ten-thirty for the purpose of ar- ranging for the Monday, XVednesday classes held during the half-hour period. Sept. classes. Sept. 6-Another ten to ten-thirty program devoted to Tuesday, Thursday 7-Assembly this morning was mainly for announcements. Mr. Carrick gave a little talk telling of a few of his experiences in Europe. Eight Lyceum numbers will appear this year in the Assembly programs. Sept. 8-Eirst and Second teams had a practice game this afternoon and in- vited the members of the High School to attend, Sept. Sept. class to Sept. lection. 10-Annual Staff met tonight to talk over various important matters. l l-Twenty-live cents is being collected from each pupil in his first hour help pay for the Lyceum numbers to be presented in Assembly. 12-Three, hundred per cent rooms so far for the twenty-live cent col- Miss Williams. Miss Ciarman and Miss Comar are the proud collectors. Orchestra had Hrst regular practice in the portable building. Sept. 13-All the organizations are getting pretty well under way now. Consequently the blackboard in the Old Assembly is about full of announce- ments. Sept. periods l-l-School started fifteen minutes early so that there would be live in the morning fno ten to ten-thirty periodj and all would be over at three o'clock. A football game, T. R. vs. Mendon, took place at threefthirty. XVho won? Why. T. R., of course. Seniors had a class meeting for election of officers after school was out. Sept. 15-The first Junior Reflector appeared today. At the request of the Juniors the Seniors are putting out the first two editions. Sept. l7-"Casey" is trying to get five cars to take the team to Allegan, Saturday. Sept. 18-Eree tickets for the Fair were given out in fifth hour classes today. Sept. 19-School day at the Eair. T. R. carried off first place in the band contest. Sept. 20-Maxine Collisi was elected Literary Editor by the Annual Staff tonight. Sept. 2l-Short assembly today, devoted to announcements. Sept. 22-Eirst regular football game of the season was played at Allegan. Score seven to seven. Sharon Walz acquired a broken linger during the Allegan game. PI 26.6281 Iltititittcirola LZ' SHE Sept. 25--The orchestra found this morning that the portable building isn't conveniently located when it rains. Sept. 26-Mr. Fox Cin Physics classb. "Just think of the number of pounds of air pressure that there is on every square inch of your shoulders. Virginia J. "Gee whiz! No wonder l'm so tired." ,- Sept. 27-First fire drill this year was called during second hour today. Sept. 28-Three new yell leaders were chosen in assembly today. There were nine candidates and from these. Paul Hoover, Evelyn Sebroski and Irene Mosher were chosen. - The dates on which each school organization was to have charge of the assembly program were read. Senior and Sophomore class meetings held. Sept. 29-Football game today. T. R. vs. St. Joe. there. Score. seven to nothing in favor of T. R. OCTOBER Oct. l-Everyone arrived on time this morning even if they forgot the change of time. An open Ag. meeting was held at 7:30. Oct. 2+First T. C. Glee Club meeting held today. Some Seniors look as if they were all dressed up and had no place to go. They are posing for Mr. XVingard in the studio during one of their assembly room periods. Oct. 4-Some lively discussions take place in the first hour Physics class every time problems are the day's assignment. ,- Oct. 5-We wonder how many magicians will be found in the High School after today's assembly program. Mary Bowen and Frederick Allwardt received some training while helping Mr. Reno. Oct. 6-"Casey" has a football team at last. Another game for Oct. 8-Six weeks' exams started today. Misery and more of it. Oct. 9-Senior play try-outs were held in Old Assembly room the cast picked. Oct. 10-Still struggling away with six weeks' exams. The orchestra initiated some new music today. Oct. ll-The first number of the Festival was given in the tonight. . Oct. lZ-School started Hfteen minutes early today and sixth hours were not held this afternoon. us. tonight and Auditorium and seventh Immediately after dinner Mr. Grathwell spoke on "Tinkers and Thinkers." School was out at 2:15. Many pupils attended the football game at Vicksburg. Another victory for the team. Oct. I3-Freshman team played Marcellus. there. Too bad Freshies maybe you'll do better next time. Oct. 15-The Seniors had their fortunes told today. All are going to make success in life. Prlqv Oni' H111rflrf'rlTllri-if 1-3 A tgissi Ertreras nzziisau 1-I 1930 Reflector Staff Editor-in-Chief uu, Business Manager ,-, Subscription Manager ..,,., Assistant Subscription tlflanager Advertising Manager ,,.u, -- Assistant Advertising Manager Literary Editor ..u,,,. Assistant Literarg Editor -E Activities Editor .-,, Girls' Athletic Editor -Eu Boys' Athletic Editor ,us Art Editor ,, Chronologist ,,, Joke Editor ,vs -E, XVilliam I-licks ,cc Helen Abbott -- George Patterson ,vu Dean Rockwell as Vivian Vanl-lorn ,- Roland Ferguson - --- Barbara Andrews -- Grace Behrentz ,u Marie Pauli ,Wu Helen Dean uu--,u Paul Krueger Dorothy Shepherdson u-- Norman Shutes --- Charles Tubbs o I I'IiZj-Billie-1E1tt1Et31to1Pt LZAEESPJ PI Oct. l6-Mr. Horst warns all who heard the fortune teller speak yesterday not to swallow all he said "hook, line, and sinker." Ag. initiation tonight. Oct. l7-Why' so many sad faces today? Report cards! Oct. 18-Rain. rain, rainf That's all we've seen this week. Oct. 19-Straw vote was held in assembly today. Hoover won. Jerry Tulloch gave a talk on "How a President is Elected." Cecil DeLong talked on Smith and Helen Geibe on Hoover. Annual Staff had a meeting at 7:00 o'clock. Oct. 20-The teams and the band went to Paw Paw today. Another game for us Oct. 22-Part of the group pictures for the Annual were taken today. Oct. 23-Too dark to take pictures today. Posters can be seen in most any room asking for money to buy sweat coats for the football team. Oct. 24-The rest of the group pictures were taken today. Oct. 25-Special Annual Staff meeting was held to make more plans for the 1 Assembly Program. Nov. 2. Oct. 26-Mr. Carrick gave an interesting account of his European trip in assembly today. Oct. 27-Ciame with Otsego here. Oct. Z8-Teachers are all gone to the lnstitute so we will have a little rest while they work for a change. ' Oct. 29-Teachers are still busy. Oct. 30-Back to school again, only two more days of school this week. NOVEMBER Nov. l-A few results of Hallowe'en can be seen around the school house. For example. marks on the chemistry lab. windows. Nov. 2-A pep meeting took up the assembly period today. The sweat coats which have been purchased were shown to the school. Mr. Voorhees gave one of his usual Q ?j talks. 7 , 'Q Nov. 3-Hurrah! VJe won. Score, Dowagiac, HEIT. R., 13. Nov. 5-Juniors and Seniors are giving essays and speeches respectively at the various Ward buildings on topics relative to National Education XVeek. Nov. 6-The Seniors are busy exchanging pictures. Nov. 7-"Adam and Eva." the first Senior play, was a great success. with Cecil Delsong and Margaret NVhitesell the leading characters. , Nov. 8-The most noticeable result of the Senior play is the lack of prepara- tion of lessons. Nov. 9-The Reflector Staff gave a short play in assembly. Pep rally at 7:30 for Niles game tomorrow. Nov. l0-Niles vs. T. R.. there. Score. T. R., l5: Niles, 7. High school students took part in the American Legion Armistice Day parade. Pam' Um' lrhnzflrfwl Four 1-:L-515:51 Ltttttctea 163531:-I Nov. 13-An assembly was called at l0 o'clock to learn the new High School song Mr. Peeke has composed. Nov. 15--Junior play try-outs were held tonight. Nov. 16-Male quartette and bell ringers entertained in assembly. A very peppy pep meeting was held at 3:45. Senior class meeting at 4:00. Nov. 17-The final football game was held today with Sturgis. Yeaf '28, we have an undefeated football team. Nov. 19-Eirst Junior play practice held tonight. Nov. 20- An assembly was held for Junior High pupils at 10 o'clock. A health speaker talked to them on prevention of diphtheria. Nov. Zl-Ag. play, "Two Days to Marry," was given in the auditorium. . Nov. ZZ-Snow and more of it. A banquet was held in the gym tonight in honor of our winning football team. All football enthusiasts were invited. Nov. 23-Dr. Argubright from Battle Creek spoke again in assembly. Nov. 26-Here goes for the last six weeks in this semester. Nov. 27-We hear that Mr. Fox is furnishing nourishment for the people who stay in the Physics lab. after school. XVhenever your mouth waters for a nice juicy piece of fudge go down and work experiments for a little while. Nov. 28-Report cards. Ughf Oh. well, we will have recovered from the shock by lvlonday. Nov. 29-No school today or tomorrow on account of Thanksgiving. All students are truly thankful for the vacation. DECEMBER Dec. 3-The characteristic chilliness following a vacation was noticeable in most rooms today. Dec. 4-A notice has appeared regularly on the Old Assembly Board notify- ing Seniors to bring twenty cents to Marie Stock immediately. Things are always mysterious around Christmas. Dec. 5-Only thirteen more school days before Christmas! Dec. 6--The Orchestra can hardly make any noise without the Junior High Members. Another call at ten o'clock for Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Ciraders. Dec. 7-Assembly was called at 8:30 and first hour was omitted. Health speaker here from Kalamazoo. Peter Jackino played three accordian solos and an encore. A First basketball game of the season at Kazoo. Dec. ll-Nlr. H. I. Jones gave a lecture on "Science and the Future" in as- sembly. Eifth hour was omitted. Mr. Hoekzema, who is leaving next week. gave a little farewell speech. Dec. 12-The Juniors presented their play. "Oh Kay," at 7130. Dec. 13-The Crchestra played at NVhite Pigeon tonight for the dedication of the new school building. The first diphtheria toxin-antitoxin treatment was given at 3 :-i5. Basketball game here with Vicksburg. Pvfw flrw' ffHr1rfrv11F IPI i'l5.r'531giErt1Ecirou LZ' 39131 Dec. l-4-Regular Tuesday ten to ten-thirty classes today. Dec. lf-One hundred and thirty-live pupils from the four upper grades were absent today. Dec. 19-Many of the Alumni who are home for Christmas vacation have been visiting school. Dec. 20-At last! the Junior rings are here. Dec. 21-First five classes in the forenoon. Seventh hour immediately after dinner followed by an assembly program put onby the Honorable Seniors. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. JANUARY clan. 2-Three teachers were absent today, Miss Williams, Miss Hangsterfer and Miss Kunzie. Examination schedules were given out this morning, Just two more weeks. Jan. 3-There are certainly a lot of the alumni back visiting school. Hope they enjoy our embarrassment. Jan. 4-The D. S. and T. C. Clubs put on the assembly program today. No hour was omitted. Basketball game with South Haven. Cur first victory. Jan. 7-The three teachers have reappeared so the Seniors are doing more studying. Jan. 10-The Annual subscriptions were received today. About 600 pupils expressed a desire for a 1929 Reflector. Jan. ll-Another number of the Lyceum Course was givenffor assembly. If applause is a fair means of judging one's interest, everyone enjoyed the lrish girls very much. clan. l4hNow for some fun. Exams started this morning. Jan. 15-More exams, More worry. Nfl i Jan. 16-Seventh hour exams were held today. Now our dear teachers can work. Jan. 18-Assembly was held today after which report cards were given out. Qver a hundred people classified after they received their cards. Game with Dowagiac won by us. Jan. 21-Some ambitious pupil for pupilsl heaped the contents of a good many people's desks on the platform of the Old Assembly room over vacation. A very untidy room and much commotion is the result. Jan. 22-English classes are selling tickets for the play, "Julius Caesar," to be given January 28 in the auditorium. Jan. 23-The athletic field is in good condition for skating so it is quite thickly populated by students. clan. 24-A pep meeting was to be held tonight for the Allegan and Sturgis games but very few people attended it. Jan. 25-An assembly was called at one-thirty. "Dinnie" Upton gave a very interesting talk on "The Player in the Shadow." First team went to Allegan on the train instead of by bus because of the icy roads. I 'rw' lIfluffr111.q",1' I ' L5'iELSj IRi15?1i'.1EetoIRl'?4'4i'iE'11" I Jan. 26-First and second teams battled with Sturgis tonight. NVe won. Jan. 28-The Stratford players gave Shakespeare's play, "Julius Caesar," in the auditorium tonight. Jan. 29-An assembly was called at ten o'clock this morning. Mr. Horst made some announcements, some enjoyable and some otherwise. One of the latter was made for the beneiit of those who sat in the balcony last night. Jan. 30-The teachers seem to be taking their spite out on us these days for the work they had to do the latter part of exam week. FEBRUARY Feb, l-The H. E. C. Club put on a program this morning that all other clubs will have a difficult time to surpass. The teams and a few rooters started out for South Haven on a bus at one o'clock. Good luck, boys. Feb. 3-The Blue Triangle Club became a Girl Reserve Organization this afternoon. B' Feb. 4-Payments on the Annual, which were due Friday, are still coming in. Feb. 5-Mr. Horst is interviewing the Seniors this week in order to check up their honor points. Feb. 6--The Senior Girls gave a tea this afternoon for all Senior High Girls and lady teachers. The Seniors now have at least one successful achievement to their credit. Feb. 7-Three meetings are being held in the gym at four o'clock tonight. Campfire girls meeting, and Junior and Senior Basket Ball practice. We will have to enlarge the gym or make more hours in the day I guess. V Feb. 8-Manual Arts Club presented a very humorous program this morn- ing. We are certainly getting a variety of talent in assemblies this year. Mr. Ringle had charge of the assembly in the absence of Mr. Horst. Feb. 9-A home basketball game was played tonight with Niles. Our defeat. Feb. ll-lf you happened to be in the vicinity of the Old Assembly room after school tonight you were well entertained. The Juniors practiced for their program. Feb. l2-Some people thought they were going to get out of school at 11:30 this morning. But the bells were just being regulated. Feb. 13-Faculty's yearly entertainment was given at 7:30. Feb. 14-A good many valentines were circulatingin school during the day. Feb. 15-Mr. and Mrs. NVells gave two plays and several musical selections for the Lyceum number today. The Freshmen had a Valentine party in the gym tonight. Feb. 18-A band platform and some new bleachers are being added to the Gymnasium in preparation for the basketball tournament. Feb. 19-The beginning typewriting classes had the first of their Hfteen- minute tests today. Feb. 20-Mr. Peeke and Mr. Beggs are visiting other schools today. Feb. Z2-The Juniors had the assembly program today. P11yf0nuHunrlrr I I-I 5512581 1PaiEIF1i1Ec:'iroRLQ," Q91 Q-jl As one of the announcements Mr. Horst said that the Valedictorian for 1929 was Cecil DeLong and Salutatorian Grace Brown. Senior class meeting was held tonight. The invitations and girl's commence- ment dresses were picked out. Feb. 23-Last home game of the season was held tonight, Allegan won. Feb. 26-Three people in beginning typewriting class won the thirty word I a minute award today. Feb. 27-Preparations are about completed for the tournament. Feb. 28-If this weather keeps up everyone will have spring fever early this year. MARCH March 1-The basketball teams left for St. Joe at 3 o'clock. Ag. Club put on the assembly program this morning and third hour was omitted. M Seniors had their intelligence tests this morning at 9:15. Most of them were of the opinion that they weren't very intelligent after they had completed it. March 2-Mrs. Voorhees left today for NVashington to attend the Inaugural ceremony. The teacher who is to take her place was here Friday. March 4-Everyone assembled in the auditorium at ll o'clock and heard the Inauguration ceremony by radio. March 5-A prominent notice on the assembly Room board is: 'ASeniorsT Give orders for invitations to M. Stock. z'mmedz'aze!g:"' March 6-All Seniors who missed the chance to get their I. taken had to take the test today. March 7-District basketball tournament began tonight. March 8-Sophs gave a good assembly program today. Third and fourth hours were both omitted because the entire school attended an imaginary basket- ball game in the gym after assembly. More Basketball Conference this evening. March 9-If people attended many games like the one with Sturgis this even- ing we are sure their lives would be shortened IO years at least. Score. T. R., 22: Sturgis. 20. with three minutes' play overtime, March ll-Three Rivers plays Marshall in the Regional tournament at Kalamazoo, Thursday. You do your best boys and we'll do the rest, etc.. etc. March 12-No school today because of Teachers' Institute held here. March 13-All orders for Commencement invitations had to be in today. Girls' Gym Demonstration in Gym tonight. March 14-The B. B. team met their Waterloo tonight when they played Marshall at Kalamazoo. Too bad. now we're out of the tournament. March I5-Major Hill gave a talk on Africa today. Mr. Ringle took charge of Assembly as Mr. I-Iorst was absent. Y March I8-More group pictures were taken for the Annual today. March 20-dlfveryone was startled from their sleep Nl when the Ere gong' rang this A. M. during third hour class. No one was hurt because there was no fire. I Hll I I-J-iyigl-ugfriterom LZ' ij 3' The Boys' Gym classes had their Gym Circus tonight. March 21-The last Girls' interclass basketball practices were held tonight. March Z2-The Seventh Grade put on an interesting patriotic program in assembly. Nlarch 25 Juniors vs. -Girls' lnterclass Basketball games started tonight. Seniors: Sophs vs. Frosh. Juniors and Sophs won. March 26-I wonder if the fire drill called during third hour classes had any effect on the test papers of the Civics class. March 27-More interclass games tonight. Juniors are school champions, March 28-The members of the Orchestra felt quite at home this morning. They practiced on the stage in the Auditorium. March 29-Band and Orchestra had charge of assembly. The order of classes was changed: at 8:30 everybody Nj went to third hour classes, then fourth, to assembly. After dinner the fifth. sixth. and seventh. Spring vacation started tonight. She was only a pirate's daughter, but oh. boy, what a Kidd! Theater Owner: A'How did the comedian's jokes get across?" "Prank" Clymer: "On the lX'layflower." Miss Comar: f"Defme moustache." Harmon Dud : "A moustache is a bang on the mouth." She: Bob, l am sorry, but I can never be anything but a sister to you." "Bob": "All right, sis, give your brother a kiss and lend him live bucks 'till next week." Lillian Butler: "'XVhat's that song you're singing? Marie Stock: "The Road to Mandalay." Lillian: "XVould you mind taking a detour over the rough spots?" Puflv Om' Hurzrlrnl Xing LIMQR GI lZ,r'SI1-IgIEIF1L1Et31rolPt LZQKEI 1.3 Jokes Her eyes were deep, intangible, With mystery engrossed: But she's not for me, alas! Her eyes are crossed. Jeanne Andrews: "I-Ie is a great home lover, is he not?" Doris Bittings: "Yes, and he isn't a bit particular whose home it is, either." Mr. Peeke: "XVhat did they used to call the process whereby a man was thrown in jail for not paying his debts?" Nlary Jeanne: :Pinched by poverty." Roy Van Loo: "Is it true that Jim is going to be a cold storage egg tester?" Glenn Rifenberg: "Yes, so I understand." Roy: "Thats a pity. Nothing he took in High School will help him in his new work." Glenn: "O, I don't know. I-Ie took quite a bit of ancient history when he was here." GecQID: "XVhy did Jeannette Zierle hit you the other night?" -Qai- Anthony D: "Well I started to call her a grand baby, but got kinda flustered and called her a 'baby grand'." ' 'fr John Theurer: "XVhat ever made you think that John Barrymore was going to play the part of a colored comedian Jeannette NVing: "XVell, his name appeared on the program in blackfaced ?n type." "Peg" Armstrong: 'Alf you saw a man's head floating down the Mississippi River, what song would it remind you of?" - Gladys: "I'll bite. what?" "Peg": 'AI ain't got no-body." Miss Williams: fin historyj "The King was continually losing his sup- porters." Sharon Walz: "Oh, I suppose that accounts for the fall of Paris." A handfto-hand contest-two deaf and dumb women discussing their hus- bands. Madra Nash: "I tell my girl friend all I know." "Beal,Ohlin: XUHOW delightfullyquiet ayoifmuist-Q." Pflfyr-:7n1' f1'umIr-ml F,'7r'1'v'n C'Ii5.K1i1Riflf1t1Ec:'1ro1RlZ' -91.31 Lives of great men all remind us. As their pages o'er we turn. That we are apt to leave behind us Letters that we ought to burn. He: "I have a ine job now. Working in a shirt factory." She: "Then how does it happen that you're not working today?" He: "Oh, we're making night shirts now." Foy Gard: "I'm half inclined to kiss you." Helen Meade: "How stupid of me, I thought you were merely round shoulderedf' ' Jean Hagenbuch: "I believe it must be the library that is on f-IIB." Mary Rommel: "Why?" Jean: "I can see the smoke issuing in volumes." i Peter Boggio: "Every time she smiles it reminds me of a Pullman car at eight o'clock in the evening." ' John DalPonte: "Howsat?" Peter: UNO lowers, and very few uppers left." First Senior: Cat danceb "He worships the ground that girl treads on," Second Senior: "Especially when it's his feet." Miss Raglin: "What do you mean, 'she has teeth like the stars'?" Miss Kunzie: "They come out at night." , Tailor: "Do you want a cuff on the trousers?" Mr. Marks: 'ADo you want a slap on the mouth?" Long-winded speaker in Assembly: "I Want housing reform! I want land reform! 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The instrument is still used: but now it's a mouth organ. "Charlie"Tubbs: "Have you heard the English 'Pants Song?" Vivian Vanl-lorn: "No XVhat is it?" i'Gharlie": "London Breeches Falling Down." Anthony Dukette: "l've put my whole mind into this poem." Miss Buys: "Evidently l see it's blank verse." "Does the orchestra play request numbers?" UCertainly." "Then ask them to play 'Together'." "They're doing the best they can for the practice they've had." Jesse Cleveland: "Got some spare time on your hands?" Douglas Bullock: 'AThat's not spare time. it's dirt." She: "U-rn-m." l-le: "Don't squirm like that." She: "Oh-h-h-h-ah." fsilencep She: "Ohhl Oh-ah-ooo-ooo." He: "Get your tongue out of the way." She: "Ogrlmf-mm-mm." lfsilencel She: "Ohhf Oh-ah-ooo-ooo." He: "I-lere's your tooth. l bet you couldn't even you? Two dollars. please." "Girls and boys." said the lecturer in assembly, Ml of wild animals." 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XVe can only hope that the readers of this book derive some pleasure and satisfaction from that reading. 1929 REFLECTOR STAFF. NTNT FACULTY CLASSES ACTIVITIES I-IUIVIQR ADVERTISEMENTS :':L6EAi1-IEIEIFILIECCTUIR lzggnj jg THE SCHOOL BOARD M. H. Rix OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO President E. L. Banker O OOO Vice-President E. H. Andrews OOOO Secretary .Iohn I. Bowers O O O Treasurer Adam Armstrong O OO Trustee COMMITTEES FINANCE Bowers Banker Armstrong BUILDING AND GROUNDS Rix Armstrong Bowers TEACHERS Rix Andrews Banker P T FAC 1 I l Y '1 FUEOTOR Lug' 1913, 'S H. CARRICK T OF SCHOOLS Of Mxchignn Unxvcrslly or of Arts r of Arts V MR WAHI FR HORST INCIPAL OF THL HIGH SCHOOL Olrver College L'nr'. mnr: of Mlchrgmn Bxrhdor of Arrs Masrcr ol' Arts ,',,--Iv-.- I 'IZIKX IIIIIEIFII.IECC'II'fEIJII?rlZ':K?'1I.':l MISS ESTHER AVERY LIBRARY AND HISTORY f Albion College! Barhelor of Arts MR. GERALD BECIGS SCIENCE Lawrence College Bnhelor of Arts MISS NIILDRED BUYS ENGLISH XVcsrcrn Sure Teachers College Bschclor of Arts MISS GRACE CARRUTI-IERS HOME ECONOMICS Michignn Srnrc College Merrlll Palmer School, Detroit Bnrhrlor of Screnre MISS CAROLINE CASTLE GEOGRAPHY XVcsvcrn Sure Tcachers College Ypnlnnrn Sure Normal Srhonl Lrfe Ccrriiicalc Q 1' f II-I KKIK... -IIILIEISIIEQTIIIIIL 42514 FI C '12 I 'ff I 15111-' r TFT? 'nurh-wr: MISS L ILLIAN COMAPI MATHEMATICS Hnllsdale Collcge Universxrv of Montana Bachelor of Arrs MRA RALPH FOSTER NYUSIC suvsnvxsoa 'Nesrern Stare Teachrrs Collage l.Ifc Ccruflzate MR, RALPH FOSTER PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mxchxgan State Normal School Bachelor of Sucnce MR. EDXVIN FOX .Qin Wcsrcrn Stare Teachers College Universlry of Mlchigan Bachelor of Scuence and Civil Engineerrng MISS NEVA BELLE GAR LATIN North Central College Bachelor of Arls MAN PI LZ,P53jl2ziE'jfi1Et:1rt1:R LUEAEFPJ 1" MR, LEO l-IANDLEY MANUAL ARTS Western State Teachers College NllSS VERA H.-XNGSTERFER ENGLISH 'lnivrrsvry of Michigan Master of Arts MRS. EMMA E. I-IELM HISTORY lllinois XVcslevn College Teachers Normal College, llllnols Central Mirhigan Normal School Chicago University' Life Certificate MR. JAMES P. I-IOEKZEMA AGRICULTURE Mirhxgan Slate College Bachelor of Arts .- MISS JESSIE I-IOISINGTON MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH Western Stare Teachers Callege Life Certificate IPR A , V 1-'Rig ,A PI LZQE-C REFTLECTOR lYo'4KX'11" I ' 'iL...!l7' -fin --F - .25-ifif-lr-fggr-piggwg 'var sf was .. my Sf? ' iv? 9 141 ' 31273, .en .. - Qfizitifefi -2 ' I 1".l4f-.,,.,. 'JL'-'f-"iii-f?.1G.' Q 52,1 5, 'Q' Mpf' n , ','I , Mt 4,-. J. x,.,,q KJ Lv ,,.4..::L. .-4-.+C-algt -:Q-all 1 ,.. .41--A.. 5. 1-.xg c Q.. 55,1 :QTY Y' ' " ' fm fy, MISS GLADYS KUNZIE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT X Ferris Institute ll University of Michigan 4 University of Montana Life Certiicate MISS MARIAN LAXVLESS I SI l MATHEMATICS Univeisntv of Michigan Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts MR, GEORGE MARKS MECHANICAL DRAWING AND SHOP MATHEMATICS 'Ncstern State Teachers College Bachelor of Science General Science MRS. CATHERINE MOSIER HOME ECONOMICS Michigan State College Bachelor of Science o MR. RAYMOND PEEKE H1sTORY. BAND. ORCHESTRA Park College, Missouri Xlfrstern State Teachers College Bachelor of Arts dx X X I:-Ji5'16.,.- RIQTLIECTUR 11.5312-Il MISS ELENA RAGLIN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Xvcslern Stare Tcarhers College Bachelor of-Aus ,X I! kr- f 1,7 MR. GUY H. RINGLE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Hxllsdale College Hlghlancl Park College I Bachelor of Acrounrs Masrer of Accounts A f:xk MR. DONALD SHEPARD AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Michegan Stare College Bachelor of Science A f W, MR. EMERY SMITH MANUAL ARTS Mui-Ingan Stare Normal XVesre:n Srale Teaclucrs College Bachelor of Scuencc . y V nv, A MISS MILDRE.lllL 5155369-ER' lf T ART SUPERVISOR XVestern Stare Teachers College Arr lnsurulc. Chncago Lnfc Cerrifnfare X QI 07 I . I if Uv Se'l'91Iff-U71 I:-3 iv5.ff14va-ygifriifcurtm Lt' va:-'l . , LVN-:MJ txt I WT fi? N915 l ""'t'1f ' .:,4..'i' -A. , 1:13 ' ' - "tif-V-.jf fq5:,15'.1 ,Wa ...at ,.,.,.,..a. ,,. Page Hiyhfr 7 X I I MISS MARGARET STAIR ENGLISH IX Detroit City College lx University of Michigan i Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts MISS ESTHER STRIEETER CIVICS AND ENGLISH XVrstern State Teachers College ' Bachelor of Arts I A X N.. Ll is-,I '. C! MR. HAROLD VGORHEES ATHLETIC COACH, MATHEMATICS Kalamazoo College University of Montana Bachelor of Arts MRQIT HAROLD VOORHEES ENGLISH University of Michigan University of Wisconsin Umversityx of Montana Bachelor of Arts MISS MARY WILLIAMS HISTORY AND FRENCH University of Michigan Bachelor of Arts GLASSES :':I-pf-.3-Gaul girrlrfcrfmm 1135-31 1-I 1 , ef,gjy,52gf.'LQ:gfQffQl S l gli' I 1 'I ""3fg?1 Sin. . in ,J1154E',fa 5:21 ij! M 5"- "f?T'4p :Y if "-cgi" 'L g is V W : L fl' x .3175-Lg Q? Yqgflgsi , n 1:Z1'yL5?".4gg:3q-. ' -' fu -V - ' ' 6191 f ' 1:3523-.. ' I 5 ,. Q, f5i35f:,'-1.:'f!'Z' 1 , 'f S f:15f'l'5'4 ' J 1 2 ff irq r P if ' . -.fejai 553: U ' . ' v . CLASS OFFICERS President L---. Lsskflargarct Armstrong Vice Pz'es:'dexnr Ls- --- Mildred Hoover Secretary-Treasurer --- .o.SoSSS.o.SY.. Marie Stock Class flduisor LL ......Y.. Miss Lillian Comar SCHOLARSHIP Cecil D. DeLong ,ij --- LLL. Valedictorian Grace Brown sms ,LMC -- Salutatorian I T YQ- ' --" ' rw J, L 1.5.2 Bi2r1L1Et:'iro1RlY4'4i'i2l'1.' I GENEVlEVE ANDRENVS HGENNYH COMMERCIAL "We can do the mos! good by being good." Annual Staff '29 Junior Reflector Staff '2R H. S. Chorus '25, '27, '28, '29 Typewritinsz contest MARGARET ARMSTRONG "ARMSTRONG" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "lr was no! eurlh. it was not heaven, . lr was myself that sung in me." Chorus '26, '27, '28, '29 D. S. M. C. '26, '27, '25, '29 "Wishing NVelI" '27 "Nautir-al Knot" '2S Librarian '27 Honor Attendance '26, '27, '28 Junior Rf-flex-tor Staff '28 Annual Staff '29 lfitcrclass Basketball '26, '27, 'N '29 President of Class '26, '29 "Varsity Coach" '27 Orchestra '26, '27, '23 Hizzh School Store '25 BLANCHE XV. BAUSERMAN "Boo,zER-MAN" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Her song is dplitylzlful and her smile corvlugiousf' H. S. Chorus '25, '27, '25, '29 D. S, M, C, '27, 'QR T. C. Club '27 Palmer Certificate Lil-rarian '27, '25, '29 "The Wishing NVell" '27 "A Nautical Knot" '28 "The Varsity Coach" '25 Girls' lnterclass Basketball '26.'27,'2S,'29 Track Team '26, '27 State Yliinner of Vocal Contest '23 HELENA BIRKHOLD -'BIRKYH COLLEGE PREPARATORY "rl merry hear! makelh a Cheerful rounlenunfe' Chorus '28, '29 Dramatic- Cluh '25 k Auf. Club '2i. '29 Home Economics Club '26, '27 "Two Days to Marry" '29 LOUISE BLACK HBLACKIEH COLLEGE PREPARATORY "ll'l71'Ie we live, let us life." Palms.-r Certificate llonm-r Attenrlzlnz-sf '25 Chorus '27, '25, '29 -X. D. C. Clulw 'ZX T. C. Club '26 "VVisl1inu W'ell" '27 Plum T11-wily-Our Lx 1-3 Libs.. S af-IA wrt" .A, ,- . ,:- 4 -.,,x.. -' Lag ....l.:L.--M ,,, , , ...l -L..-.-...., .1 mztftltccltolm l'ZJJ'i.!'11'I fl- C., .411 V LPI l N.. A . CHARLES BOESCHENSTEIN "CHICK" COLLEGE PREPARATORY justice be done. though the ,heavens should full." "The Varsity Coach" '23 Inte-rclass Basketball '25 Football '2S Varsity Club '29 Palmer Certificate Debate- Club '27 Filth School Chorus '27, '29 ROBERT BOXYEN HBOBM COMMERCIAL 'Heaven never helps the mlm who will not aft." Local Shorthand Contest '25 District Shorthand Contest '25 RUSSELL BOWERSOX "RUSS" , COMMERCIAL "Don't tell me I cunt' Chorus '28 "The Wishing Well" '27 Track '23 Honor Scholarship '26 GRACE BROWN SALUTATORIAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Virtue is the safest shield." A. D. C. '28 Honor Attendance '27 Caesar Club '27 Honor Scholarship '25, '27, '23, .. .39 BERNITA BURNS "NITA" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Nolhmg is atconzplished without enthusiasm." H. S. Chorus '26, '27, 75. '29 T. C. Club '27 D. S. M. C. '2S. '29 Club '26 A. D. C. '25 Junior Re-Hector Stat? '28 T. R. Club '27 Track '27. '23 Interclnss Basketball '25, '2. Librarian '29 "Nautical Knot" '28 "Wishing: YVell" '27 Advertisim: Manager Rt-Hector '29 Servis Caesaris '27 "Varsity Coach" '23 In I'-LZQILQ -iiiisifitircimm L7 ij CHARLES BURROXVS "CHUCK" GENERAL ou! is heavy and I fuin would sl Manual Arts Club- 26: '27 Hi-Y Cllllx 2b. li, lb Culdwater High School '25, '28 LILLIAN E. BUTLER "sPooK" COMMERCIAL nun! 'vom' but Ihr sunny hour ll. S. Chorus '26, '29 H, E. C. Club '27, 'ZS Girls' Track '28 Girls' Baseball '2S Annual Staff '29 Typewritin: Cnntest '23 FRANCES CLYMER "FRANK" GENERAL . "rl Lvelfrime srmlv for ull." H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '23, '29 lnterclnss Basketball '26, '27 "Adam ann! Eva" '2R "The VVisliin2 NVell" '27 ll. E. C. Club '2H A. D. C. Club '28 MAXINE COl.l.ISl "MAX" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "I am LL'L'L1lIhtl in my frivmis Palmer Certificate H. S. Chorus '25, '27 Orcheitra '29 Caesar Club '27 T. C. Club '27 Honor Scholarship '26, '27 Junior Relicctor Staff '25 Dramatic Club '28 Blue Trianirle Club '29 Annual Staff '29 KATHLEEN COOK A-CooK1f5" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Confentn7ent is rruturu! weul C Clee Club '27 T. . 1 -7 Chorus '26, '27. '28, '29 Librarian '2S. '20 De-batim: '28 Palmer CQ-rtiGcate Honor Attpndance '26, '27, '28 "H-3r"' Club '2G. '27 Servis 'faesaris Club '27 "NVishi.i2 VVeIl" '27 z D ,sk '1 'jI IHIIIIII. -lr-'-I.I17rv ..' l If 'lf-I 1 ' 1 ' 'K ' ,I IIIIIIII' I v fy?-. I -.Il Ilgj- ,If-.I I I II I ', I I lIv'.0 'p I ' I., D I'Wv3IES" I ' ' 'lla '. " '45 I1 -5 li .I-Iv- I I l 19' L+ 5, ..n , L, .I If , 101 . .- "QI I f I . .,., Iggy' 5 .69 ' 4 E ' " -1 " .. . . . - lIcI - . J , IIIIIIIVI 'I I, --v L. ,III + I 0+ .' -ff ffm I ', If" I. , I II fffgllg - 0 Ya ' I I I o 53" ' I A 'E -If., f I N -Il - I - - I ' - 4, .F I . ' I , ' - I. Y ? i II IF I. . f ' 1' ' ' f :' 1 H- Vf .III 1II:-I- I , I. I f,.-QI.- I II w1,+I. 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I Ii.: ' ,J- 'JIQII ' ' -1 .gil 51I'I 4'jiI""IflI-.j- ',""'hP" ' i 1' ,ji ' ' ' I- fI--,IMI-4 - III' I I I -I5 I ' + I I r 'IILJ4-"'I".',' . ' III 'Q ' .' 'III' I-sad ,"T ui - LL I Ii?3"5iI'-Ii, if . 1 I'IL5'1'5.l 'iiFii?tmQ1iuv:15.mf'11"l xi, xffi l V L X. . ' I .- ',.g'A' vf r' . ' ' C, m 7 x - v 'WY -1.-. 'VD K' "5 . C- x X., RACHAEL COOK "COOKIE" COMMERCIAL T' "She has a hos! of admirers' FUR? Honor Attendance '26 "Wishing Well" '27 "Nautical Knot" '23 "Hee" Club '27 T. C. Club '27 D. S. M. C. '28, '29 H. S. Chorus 25, 27. N CECIL D. DE LONG vALEDicToRmN COLLEGE PREPARATORY "My mind is my h1'flfJ!lOf7?.' "A Nautical Knot" '28 "The Varsity Coach" '23 "Adam and Eva" '29 Junior Reflector Staff '28 Editor-in-Chief Annual '29 Humor Scholarship '26, '27, '25, Chorus '28, '29 ESTHER J. DUNNINC1 A-DUNNING' COMMERCIAL "l must say whai I think." Cassopolis Basketball '26 T. R. H. S. Chorus '27, '28, '29 D. S. Club '28, '29 Shorthand Contest '28 "The Nautical Knot" '23 "The Varsity Coach" '28 MAXINE ELDRIDGE I 'AMAXH COMMERCIAL merit, like a river, the deape the less noise lhf makes." Chorus '29 "Hee" Club '26 LYLE FERGUSON "FERGlE" GENERAL "Care is an enemy of I1'fe.' Manual Arts Club "A Nautical Knot" '25 "Cynthiz1's Stratcgyu H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '72 '29 29 r zltx IS 7' T 1-. nhl-Fwy ' rw - rw I,-L Lzr.m,.- -ig-Eiflgelffum LU 'eu if 1 ,A E XVANDA FOUST l E -ffw-fwffrf-1, :-gQg.-. - F , l lf xv nl 3 l X ' fi, V i , , I i YJ ' . f'-', . .5 ,--" X :A " 1 f l ., - P' V '- XZ! 1 ,X ff, 1 7-X -W -J' HELEN GEIBE "GlBBY," ' ,H COLLEGE ISREPRRATORY "' "I was never less alone than when If by n7glself." ' ' Chorus '26, '27, Qs. '29 , 1' Dramatics Club 'ES ' Debating Club '28 t Caesar Club '27 V " XA, , LLL'-f' -- X -:M ...-1-1.7 ff, " 1,--:4-31915 - ' H . rf -5 E lXlARY R. GLEASOIN , COLLEGE PREPARATORY ' -6: 54 " X 2133. "She flies wilh her own u.uz'ngs." 2 ' I Palmer Certificate it '- :fl -Q9 , 1 , H' L Orchestra '27, '23, Chorus 'ZR T. C. Club '27 Honor Attendance '26, '27 Dranmtic Club '25 Blue Triangle '28, '29 Annual Stall' '20 RC' T E. HANNEMPJ' AR.. LEROY HOOVER "ROY" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "The deed 1 I'I?I9Vllf is great. but what, us yet, I know noi." "East is VVest" 'ZS Hi-Y Club '23, '29 Hirzh School Orchestra '25, '29 , -li. 4'.1.',. +35 X if ' '1 . . . 7 3 ,.-,'.:'eEH ff: -N ! w V -V ,,,M V .M .. 1 , In x v V if 2 rv .u L 115. 112uE1F1L1Ecc1ro11'll'l5'ai51'!j1'I . I I I i 2 QU f. K" 7'-'al Q. ,ff- an if 3 fl, Q, H' ,LW 15 MILDRED I-IOOVER "MIKE" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Of plain, sound sense lifes currenf com rs made." H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '28, '29 II. E. C. Club '26, '28 A. D. C. Club '28 - Interclass Basketball '26, '27 Honor Attendance '23 Palmer Certificate D. S. M. C, '2S. '29 T. C. Club '27 Blue Trianule '20 "N:1ut cal Knot" '25 "Wishing: Well" '27 VIRGINIA JOHNSON "JOHNNY" COLLEGE PREIJARATORY "Mg hear! ls e1.'er at your service." Hizh School Chorus '27, '29, '29 D. S. M. C. Club '2S, '29 T. C. Club '27 A. D. C. Club '28 H. E. C. Club '25, '27 Librarian '23 Honor Attendance '26 Junior Reflector Staff '29 "The Varsity Coach" '28 "The Nautical Knot" '28 "The VVishing NVell" '27 Palmer Certificate HELEN KANKAMP COLLEGE PREPARATORY MGE' 'V .Mgr K 5 J' f . ', 15- T"',.:. ' - , Y, 44 , .P jj: ,--52.3-:g,51.:.., 'xiii 11- f. 'fi-"ii, f " - - 3,,,,,,..5r 2 , 35.1.5 4 pi.,-Q 3744: za . 14414 N Qieutig-4,, 1, - .t . ESM . -,:'..1.-.' f' J -5. E E X 'A x it r l i. J. X. 'Her :Juice was euer soff, gentle and low, --an excellent thing in u'on7anf' Palmer Certiic e Honor Attenda ce '26, '27 Af-Z. Club '23, '29 Chorus '26, '27, '29 Interclass Basketball '25, '27, '29 Annual Starf '29 .lunior Redecelgitafl ,"""Xx Cie-sar,Cl::h2t.l " ' ' -.. ""-Qx2""' X, 7 R X X I - i 'Rigs DWAIN KNAPP V--KNAPPYH l P AGRICULTURAL "Fortune favors the umb1'11'ous." Cross Country '26, '27 Track '27, '23 Az. Club '26, '27, '28 RvHevtor Staff '20 Iii-Y Club '27, '28 T. R. Club '27 Varsity Club '29 "A Nautical Knot" "IN Stock Judzin: '26 Honor Attendance '27 H, S. Chorus' '27, '23 Junior ReHector Stal? '27 I:-3 umm... 'iiEEr1i1EeiroiPmi':Li5xv1 1-Il VJILLIAM KUGLER "BILL" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "He doth delight to delve into Ihe realms of science." Track '2S, '29 Honor Attendance '23 Honor Scholarship '28 Varsity Club '29 DUANE LANVRENCE "MOON" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Mens arguments often prove nollving but Ihcrr LL'zsl7es." Interclass Basketball '26, '27 Manual Arts Club '26 Forum Club '23 Junior Reflector Staff '28 "The Varsity Coach" '25 "Adam and Eva" '29 GLADYS LEHMAN COLLEGE PREPARATORY "rl quiet, modest miss, but jolly, mo H Palmer Certificate "Wishing VVell" '27 "Nautical Knot" '25 "The Varsity Coach" '2S H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '28, 29 T. C. Glec Club '27 D. S. Glee Club '25, '29 Dramatics Club '23 Junior Reflector Staff '2i Librarian '23, '29 Honor Attendance '26, '27, '22 ALFRED LE MUNYCN HM., AGRICULTURAL "Enjoy the present" AK. Club '26, '27, '23, '29 Grain Judging '27 Stock Judging '28 Hi-Y Club '28 "Husbands on Approval" '23 "Nautical Knot" '28 - "Two Days to Marry" '29 H. S. Chorus '28, '29 ALVIN LINGE COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Pleasant company always accepledf' ,,--use-w. -. .2 . 1" V- ---Q : .'ag:Aig,, X. J' , 5. . : ' 'ip , . 133, F' ,Pail C I:-3 ilzimr iirizmfcmm L65 'sa 1-'I --HX . ..l.d .fn '- f an R . I . -N 452 A-1 " rXLi,lQZf:f. 2,4 'f fi. , 11 "fl f"- fag' ff,,y ,fc 2. .. . 1' '1' ,,ft,.r'ff-11' .JEANNE LOVEJGY "JEAN" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "She makes her own way." Palmer Certificate H. S. Chorus '23 '29 H. E. C. Club '26 A, D, C. '23 Interclass Basketball '26, '27, '28 Track '26, '27, '29 Interclass Baseball '26, '2 ln Honor Attendance '25 "Varsity Coach" '25 Caesar Club '27 Annual Staff '29 GLENN MALBONE "BONES" GENERAL "lf I love. shall I be loved." Palmer Certiticate Hunor Attendance '28 Hi-Y Club '29 Interclass Basketball '26, '27 Chorus '27, '2S. '29 "The Nautical Knot" '2S Junior Reflector Stat? 'ZS FRANK MARKLE "SPEEDY" , GENERAL swim the Hellespont for rw lady H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '2F, '29 Manual Arts '27, '25, '29 ' KEITH MCCALLY INDUSTRIAL For certain 'tis well to jest, Palmer Certificate "Varsity Coach" 'LES "Adam and Eva" '29 Class President '23 GLENN MEREDITH INDUSTRLAL "I, Lvlifh my fate ronlenlsid, plod on l - V1 I-I LZAB.. l Ili1Eif1L1Erc:'iro1PiLZ',i5gvjL-J LESLIE MOHNEY "JACK" AGRICULTURAL "l'i1rie'!y is Ike very spice of life," AH. Club '26, '29 "Two Days to Marry" '29 Grain Judxrin: Team '27 Stock Judging Team '28, '29 Hi-Y Club '23, '29 Interclass Basketball '28, '29 H. S. Chorus '28, '29 ORVILLE MOWERY A-oRv" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "rl man of few words but of rmifh rhoughrf' Football '25 Band '25, '27, '25 Orchestra '28 Varsity Club '29 JESSIE MUFFLEY '-sHoRTY" COMMERCIAL "fl loving heart is the truest wisdom." ' High School Chorus '27, '23, '29 Interclass Basketball '27, 2b Honor Attendance '28 AUDREY NEFF Q, "SlS" Q - Y: I COLLEGE PREPARATORY 'N "Forqiue thyself little, a T. C. Club '27 D. S. Club '28, '29 H. E. Club '26, '27 Chorus '27, '23, '29 A, D. C. Club '28 Honor Attendance '26, '27, '23 Palmer Certincate Blue Triansrle Club '28, '29 Junior Reflector Staff '28 "The XVishing Well" '27 "The Nautical Knot" '28 Caesar Club '27 ' ESTHER NETERER "BETTY" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "A kindness is never lo.sI." Vandalia High School '26, '27, 'QS Glee Club '23 Track '2S "All a Mistake" '27 "Always in Trouble" '25 Baseball '27, '28 Extemporaneous Speakinv: '2' Editor of School Paper '23 nd others nvurhf' 1 A Page Tuwnty-5,119 IC-I tPtt2ttft,1Ect3'1tt1wtttlZ' YJ PI 1 X L MILTON PALMER "AME" COLLEGE PREPARATORY There dwelt this clown among usf Football '2S, '29 Basketball '29 Varsity Athletic Club '29 Double Triangle '29 H. S. Chorus '26, '27 lnterclass Baskethall '26, '27, '2S Honor Attendance '27, '2N JAMES PAULI '-JACQUES" COLLEGE PREPARATORY gone, Cupid: l'll have none of the Band '26, '29 Orchestra '26, '29 ADRIAN REIPF "ToNY" COLLEGE PRE PARATORY 'Enthustasrn is the yeast that raises the dough." Rnnrl '26, '27, '2S. '29 Orchestra '23, '29 Honor Attendance '25 Interclass Basketball '2S "A Nautical Knot" '28 "Varsity Coach" '28 "Adam and Eva" '29 JEROME TULLOCH -tscoTcH" GENERAL Through utttvity comes the greatest amount of happtnessf' GLENN RIFENBERG 8 "RElFFE" f COLLEGE PREPARATORY "XVhut more than mirth would mortals sl fl have?" Band '25, '25, '29 Manual Arts Club '27, N. '29 Pigr' Tlllfltj 1-3 Liiig mriueorom nz: Tw: 1-' HARRIET RIX "TRlXlE" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "fl charming personulzly hath she." P"l'ner Cvrtifiwte "The lfVish'ng Well" '27 "The Nautical Knot" '23 "The Vars.ty Conch" '23 H, S. Chorus '27, '28, '29 D. S, M. C. '27, '2S. '29 Dramatir- Club '28 Annual Staff '29 Librari:-n '25 Junior Reflector Stiff '28 Interclzlss Basketball '26, '27, 'LL '29 Honor Attendance '26, '27 'ZS lliizh School Store '29 Se-rviri Ciesiris Club '27 Blue Triamzle '23 HAROLD ROXVE "DUTCH" GENERAL "Judge lhou me by wha! I am." . X!- BERNICE RUGGLES -ABERNIEH COMMERCIAL "Like ll song-shot! and sweet." T. C. Cluh H. E. C. Club '26 H. S. Chorus '27, '28, '29 "The lrVishing Well" '27 "The Varsity Coach" '28 Track '26, '27, '28 Intcrclass Basketball '26, '27, '28 Honor Attendance '27 MARION RUTH r' Msxeexsu I, COMMERCIAL , . ' Kzmi. sweel and modes! she T. C. Glee Club '27 D. S. Glee Club '28. '29 H. E. C. Club '27 A. D. C. Club '28 x Blue Triangle Club '29 H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '23, '2 Honor Srholarship '27 Honor Attendance '1. "The Wishing Well" '27 "The Nautical Knot"2S GEORGE SCHULER "OSSlE" INDUSTRIAL "Hashl'ul sincerity and Comelg love." I"0otb:'Il '25, '27. '23 lnterclass Basketball '26, '27 T. R. Club '26 Varsity Club '27, '25 Manual Arts Cluh '26, '27 '29 Junior Reflector '28 P11 fle Thirty-Om: ,4 .7 3:35 4 ,Q,.'.ff:""iir7? , Fm ,.- 'M ,ST-,rs ' fvf'?i? -1, ., yn., . V4-. J 1-J Luisa.. 1R2.1121F1I.1Em'olRL?JIi'iH'1 1-' I-' ,. . I A , E i , . 1 j '15 1 ' '- ft T N5 l v If 1 , '!...,.. . ,L - '54 I' rin' Tlx '--I if-'I"f'.1 ROBERT SEEKELL "BOB" . GENERAL "Clean and round dealing is the honor man's r:a1ure." Chorus '26, '27, '23, '29 "Adam and Eva" '29 Track '25, '29 VAUGHN SHUTES -'ICHABODH COMMERCIAL "Dream manfullg and nobly and thy dreams shall be prophets." Honor Attendance '26. '27 Shorthand Contest '23 Tynewritinz Contest '28 Interclass Basketball '26, '27 JUNE SLOTE "JUN-0" COLLEGE PREPARATORY Of 'She is capable and lends a willing hand." H. E, C. Club '26, '27, '28 D. S. M. C. '23, '29 T. C. M. C. '27 A. D. C. '23 Servis Caesaris Club '26, '27 Chorus '26, '27, '23, '29 Library '28, '29 "Varsity Coach" '28 "Adam and Eva" '29 Palmer Certifibatf- "Nautical Knot" '28 Junior Reflector Staff '23 Honor Attendance '26, '27 Honor Scholarship '26, '27 Blue Triangle '29 MARGARET STAN.-XRD "MUGGS" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Oh.' her gmile slopped me still in . my tracks." Vandalia High School '26, """ ' Track '27 "All a Mistake" '27 "Always in Tron-ble" '2S "Safety First" '25 Glee Club '2S Baseball '28 Tennis Tournament '27 -1. 2S XVILLIAM STEM NBILL.. X-,,. GENERAL 'Q-ll whose sight all the stars hide Zh.ir diminished heads." 7' tid: 1916.61 IRIEIEILIECTUIRL ,,i5., L MARIE STOCK '-s'rocKY" COMMERCIAL "Nature fits all her children with some- thing to do." Chorus '26, '27, '23, '29 D. S. M. C. '23, '29 A. D. Club '28 H. E. Club '26, '27, '23 Chairman Junior-Senior Banquet '29 Vice President Class '26 Secretary-Treasurer Class '29 X Track '25, '25, '27 "VVishing Well" '27 "A Nautical Knot" '25 "Varsity Coach" '28 "Adam and Eva" '29 Honor Attendance '26, '27, '28 Debate '23 T. R. '23 Annual Stuff '29 Intercluss Basketball '26, '27 'N Girl Reserves '29 T. C. 'Club '27 Librarian '27, '23, '29 EMILY L. STOLDT UE. L." GENERAL "rl maid of friendly dl'S,DOSl'll'Of7." H. E. C. '26, '27. '23 H. S. Chorus '27. '28, '29 A. D. C. 23 Junior Reflector Staff '28 Palmer Certificate RAYMOND TACKABERRY AGRICULTURAL "The dependable person makes mano friends." HERBERT TESSIN '-TACK" AGRICULTURAL "Honor is purchased by deeds we do. Basketball '29 Manual Arts Cluh '26, '27 n ' AQ. Cl b '25, '27, '23, 29 "Two Days to Marry" '29 Stock and Poultry Jurlzing '29 Int-erclass Basketball '29 PA UI. INE THORNE "PEGGY" COMMERCIAL "They that know no eull will suspert none." Az. Club '26 ,f 'r fx. ' " "E ,L .Z ,m' . 1 7 E 3 E s s K.. v f , N A I H l .. f-1 lf' . I D, h. I v Page Thirty-Three I '1 'jI IHIIIIII. -lr-'-I.I17rv ..' l If 'lf-I 1 ' 1 ' 'K ' ,I IIIIIIII' I v fy?-. I -.Il Ilgj- ,If-.I I I II I ', I I lIv'.0 'p I ' I., D I'Wv3IES" I ' ' 'lla '. " '45 I1 -5 li .I-Iv- I I l 19' L+ 5, ..n , L, .I If , 101 . .- "QI I f I . .,., Iggy' 5 .69 ' 4 E ' " -1 " .. . . . - lIcI - . J , IIIIIIIVI 'I I, --v L. ,III + I 0+ .' -ff ffm I ', If" I. , I II fffgllg - 0 Ya ' I I I o 53" ' I A 'E -If., f I N -Il - I - - I ' - 4, .F I . 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L L I I- Ln, 1 if, "F I-.-I +l"' F A' r - ' M I , I I I. , II - .I. .II--I. - I I v . i I I I-ILI,SIIIIII4Ag. -gI,IiI. . III: I-II TIAIIII IJII.I 4 , I L II . -I II, .I if I I WAI 1- .Iv II.. II F - n I 4 ,fII.I LII,+,I1 11-II1' i13,'f',':, SQ.-' IT " tru. ' I-5' - , " I I Iv I .. 4 Cfg-I,I,I ..", . I Ii.: ' ,J- 'JIQII ' ' -1 .gil 51I'I 4'jiI""IflI-.j- ',""'hP" ' i 1' ,ji ' ' ' I- fI--,IMI-4 - III' I I I -I5 I ' + I I r 'IILJ4-"'I".',' . ' III 'Q ' .' 'III' I-sad ,"T ui - LL I Ii?3"5iI'-Ii, if . 1 ,-7.,"1 "' 4-1 1- W r .1 lc. LIZFLC jig-IEIELIEQTURL 4455... 1. ,., Y , , -Nr . wx ,V V. gm X . ,Xigvff " ,, k - fx J- xxx . X X ' ',t.-H v Calm. paiienl, steady. but arr ROY M. VAN LOO "VAN" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "Here's a dependable manf Junior Rellertor Stal? 'ZS Annual Staff "Adam and Eva" '28 A. D. C. '28 M. A. C. '26, '27, '2S, '29 Honor Attendance '26, '27, '25, '29 Honor Scholarship '27 Band '27, '22, '29 DOUGLAS VERHEUL "DOUG" COLLEGE PREPARATORY DOROTHY WAGNER MDOT.. COMMERCIAL lL'l'flQ.'A "On one she smiled and he was blesrf' HOIJ' 7' -H.. T11 '--1-1.1-'mn H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '25, '29 D. S. M. C. '28, '29 T. C. M. C. '27 "The Nautical Knot" '28 "The NNishing Well" '27 "The Varsity Coach" '23 A. D. C. '27 H. E. C. Club '27 LOGAN WAGNER --FR1Tz" GENERAL 'lis excellenf to have line st Football '27 Basketball '28, '25 Track '23, '29 Varsity Club '28L '29 "Nautical Knot" '28 H. S. Chorus '26 Junior Redector Staff '28 lnterclnss Basketball '26 lnterclass Track '28. '27 Manual Arts Club '26 Honor Attendance '26 DOROTHY NVALTER "DOT" COMMERCIAL "Mindful not of herself. H, E. C. '26 renglh f' 7 " ' rw I.-, L AEK., 3E1F1L1Efc:1roRl.Z4K.!'1: l SHARON WALZ "WALZIE" COLLEGE PREPARATORY 'ill ' Ihan to Iurn pale." "The Vlfishinsy Well" '27 "The Nautical Knut" '28 "The Varsity Coach" '28 H. S. Chorus '26, '27, '29 lntcrclass Basketball '26 lnterclass Track '27 Baseball '26 Basketball '27, '28, '29 Football '25, '27, 23 Track '27, '29, '29 Band '26, '27, '23, '29 Honor Attendance '27 Junior Reflector Staff '28 T. R. Cluh '27 Varsity Club '23, '29 DORIS VELDA WELLINGTON Hooray" V COMMERCIAL "The only jewel which will not decay lmou.'ledqe." Local Shorthand Contest '28 Local Typcwritinz Contest '28 MARGARET XVI-HTESELL "SNOOKlE" COLLEGE PREPARATORY "lV1'I to persuade and louclllrzess to - delz'gl7l." Palmer Certificate H. E. C. Club '24 lnterclass Basketball '26, '27, '23, '2'l Track '26 Librarian '27 High School Store '29 High School Chorus '26, '27, "N 2" D. S. '27, '28, '29 A. D, C. Club '2S Forum Cluh '23 "Nautical Knot" '29 "The Wishing Well" '27 "The Varsity Coach '23 "Adam and Eva" '2S Annual SME '29 Junior Reflector StaH' '27 MARGUERITEKXVING -WINGS" COLLEGE PREP.-XRATORY dlnconstancy, Ihy name is maz'clenhood." Honor Attendance '27, '23 Interclass Basketball '26, '27, '25, '29 Track '27 Library '27, '28 Annual Staff '29 High School Chorus '27 '28, '29 Blue Triangle '29 JOHN REILING INDUSTRIAL "A mind at peace LL'l'Il7 all." Q, is better for a young man to blush - 1 ,. A si, -, Page Th irty-Fire l f Q. I-I LZJEXJ 11tiEif1t1Ee'iroRlz',5g5vjQ-j Class Will NVe. the Senior Class of '29, being of sound body and sane mind. being about to depart from the house of knowledge and possessed of many valuable properties which we wish to bequeath, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. Item l-A Bequest to the Faculty. The Senior Class according to the above statement do hereby bequest the worries and anxiety of molding the Class of '30 into a "finished product." Item 2-Bequests to the Classes. The Senior Class according to the above statement do hereby bequest- To the Juniors our footprints that they may follow the blazed trail in the straight and narrow path. To the Sophomores our class spirit that they will always be found boosting and supporting T. R. H. S. To the Freshmen our good will and friendliness, that they may be a joy to all others. To the Rhinies our intelligence, diligence and devotion that theirs may be the never erring Way. To the Peewees our dignity and graciousness that it may lead them in the way of the great men of tomorrow. Individual Bequests:- I, Cecil DeLong, will my copious vocabulary to Robert Reardon. I, Glenn.Malbone, leave my heart to Helen Freeland. I, June Slote, will my strict diet to Dean Rockwell. I, Margaret Armstrong, leave my "boy friends" to Mary Bradford. I, Sharon Walz, leave my success in love to "Ick" Shutes. F I, Virginia Johnson, leave my coquettishness to Horace Doane. I. Logan Wagner, "Fritz," leave my work as detective to Jeanette Zierle. I. Adrian'Reiff, "Tony," bequeath my "afternoon nap" to Helen Abbott. I, Blanche Bauserman, leave my enchanting voice to Charles Tubbs. I, Roy VanLoo, leave my Jewish dialect to Charles YVells. I, Harriet Rix, will my "haughtiness" to Dorothy Tubbs. , I, Milton Palmer, will my ability as a comedian to Harmon Dudd. PI KZQFEXJ ttiEtftiEc:i1'oel.z,il5gg1.j I, Frances Clymer, leave my good nature to Dorothy Shepherdson. I. Marie Stock, bequeath my long tresses to "Sissy" Burns. ii If I, Charles Boeschenstein, leave my blonde curls to James Eberly, I, William Kugler. leave my Physics pE:HEEHHen'Dean. I, Nlarian Ruth, leave my slimness to Helen Beebee. I, Lillian Butler. bequeath my inexhaustible line of chatter to Grace Behrentz. I, Bernita Burns, leave my energy and pep to Delbert NVatts. I, Maxine Collisi, leave my originality to Isadore Simons. I. Keith McCally, leave my funny stories and jokes to Ruth Dehn. I, Leroy Hoover, bequeath my "marcel" to Dean Heywood. I, Gladys Lehman, leave my little giggle to NVarren Ruggles. I, James Pauli, will my happy days of bachelorhood to Carlton Miller. I, Emily Stoldt, will my avoirdupois to Hugh VanHplrL5L. iii , I, Dorothy Wagner, leave my charmingipersoinality to Eileen Gay. I, Marguerite Wing. leave my "out of town friends" to Alice Standerline. I, Nlargaret Vvlhitesell, will my knowledge of Erench to Barbara Andrews. I. Robert Seekell, leave my trips to the "Little XVhite House" to Marjorie Smith. I. Glenn Rifenberg, leave my masterful ways with women to Darrel - Rockwell. ' I, Bernice Ruggles, will my innocence to Eleanor Williams. ' I. Jack Mohney, bequeath my, laziness to Esther Stock, I Robert Hanneman. leave my ability of fast driving to Roland Eerguson. I, Helen Kanliamp, leave my ability to get along without boys to Mary Rommel. This tenth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-nine. we appoint Sir Galahad in the assembly room as our chief executor and herebyrafhx our seal to this our last will and testament. . 5 THE SENIOR CLASS OF '29. if L? O L P Tl Q: TFLFKSJ nastrerua Lesiimui-I Valedictory Parents. Teachers, Members of the Board of Education. and Friends: Tonight the march of events pauses in its prosaic course to mark with fitting ceremony the passage of another class, the Class of 1929, from the Three Rivers High School. Perhaps, in the lives of the members of this class there has never been such a resplendent occasion, so glorifying to them. Throughout the six years of our fellowship this has been the goal toward which we have climbed. It has shown its radiance through the agency of helpful teachers, bolstering us up in the times we were apt to become discouraged. Tonight, at the completion of these six years, we, the Class of 1929, sincerely hope that our sojourn in this high school has justified the hopes and expectations of our instructors. YVe are at the doorway between today and tomorrow. Even as the rosy heraldry of dawn brings notice of' the coming day so this memorable event reminds us that all is not of today and that tomorrow approaches with new tasks and new responsibilities. Of today we are sure. We know every step. every bump, every rut. We have traversed it surely and steadily and we have no doubt of it. We are sure of today but tomorrow-what of tomorrow? VJe know nothing of it. Until the dawn's purple haze fades we can distinguish nothing. XVe are placed in much the same position as Christopher Columbus was about 425 years ago. As he and his little crew pushed off the shore of Lisbon, Spain, in August, 1492, they knew little of where they were going. They had misconceived ideas of their destination. They underestimated the distance and overrated the terrors to be encountered. After sailing for several weeks Columbus was threatened by mutiny, l-lis men were afraid of what they thought lay before them and pleaded with him to turn back. But he steadfastly turned his back to these demands and kept on. I-lis reward for his perseverance was the discovery of the New World, the country of untold riches. So it is with us tonight. As we stand in the open doorway between the past and the future, we know little of what lies before us. The majority of us probably have misconceived ideas of the future. Perhaps we overrate the tasks and underrate our ability, or vice versa. Our ambitions stir us to lofty heights but we know little as yet of the true course these will take. Knowing nothing of these things, we can only resolve to do the best we can every day, determine to accomplish every task laid before us, surmount all obstacles and defy even the mutiny of our own hearts. in order to reach the coveted Success. Alfred Lord Tennyson, the great English poet. tells us in melodious verse: UI hold it true. with him who sings To one clear harp, in divers tones, That men may rise on stepping-stones Of their dead selves, to higher things," V 'rl L I-I ii-1331 itittftteiroit 115191101 I! We can thus best accomplish success by striving to do the tasks nearest at hand to the best of our ability. and by using these tasks, however menial. as stepping-stones to higher things. Now, as we leave this school and start toward the next great milestone of endeavor, we, the Class of 1929. bid you an affectionate but regretful-Farewell. -Cecil D. DeLong. Pfrff-'TI P X II 'LZ1B28jRTfL1If1t1Et:1roIttLZ" ply' Salutatory Dear Parents and Friends: XVe. the Class of '29, sincerely welcome you. lt is with a feeling of gratitude that we complete twelve years of school life. XVe are especially grateful to you, our parents, by whose considerate aid we have attained this end. XVe sincerely appreciate the patient help of our teachers in reaching this goal, graduation. The debt we owe our fathers, mothers, and teachers is large. Nlore than we can hope to repay. ' From here we go on traveling different roads of endeavor. Some few of us will attain high positions in life, others only ordinary places. But all of us can achieve success, for success, in the truest sense, is measured by the service we give to others. not in the sole attainment of vast wealth, nor of exalted position. The men whose names have lived in the memory of the people are men whose thoughts were turned toward giving the greatest amount of service to their fellows. e Abraham Lincoln wished to decline the nomination for presidency of the United States, but the belief that he could serve his country made him take up the burdens of this onice at the most crucial stage in our history. Florence Nightingale, during the Crimean NVar, thought only of the comfort of the wounded soldiers. NVashington had no thought that his name would live as the "Father of His Country" when he was giving his services and using his fortune to promote the cause of the Revolution. lnnumerable other names could be mentioned-Joan of Arc, King Alfred the Great, St. Augustine. These were not striving for fame, but recognition came to them because their lives were given to the service of marilfind. 'NVe cannot all be as outstandingly successful as these men but we can each achieve some measure of success. By en- deavoring to do our work in a creditable manner. by striving to be helpful to our friends and associates we can truly live worthwhile lives and find satisfaction and pleasure in useful labor. ,RMS Tonight we are entering a new realm of life. NVe have learned much in school: there will be many lessons in the future. But during our years here we have formed many friendships which have taught us that life is made more beautiful through service to each other, lt is. therefore, with a feeling of appreciation of your efforts in making it possible for us to learn the real meaning of friendship and of success, that we. the Class of '29, again bid you welcome. -Grace Brown. 5.3 L5.EE.1U IRIEIFILIECTUIRK 4513451 Y, W -, -f-:ff f-f ' ' "P "TH 7 Flin' M-1-,--H , t'?'?Lf':'v'. . , " ' ' " " I f , . 4 15 jk, f..1:,, ,.f:a3-,g:aa:m-H ,. W , N A 4 V A ' -ff-' 1 1' . '4'.,-u:.,:,- A' ,- kf - - - '- . P- Qu ,L 1 ,. 1-- g:5.,I?g' ' ff T' if ,v -A ffgfqi 5,1-. ' :f.,f:.Y..- 'Q fbi? f 'A' kj, -Q ' fl 'K ff' .J .5 .- - V. , . :A-Yff' . '!'5.n":Uv l"'L"'1'f - A 4 , --,na-:A -,p ' 5 A 51- lf. ,W .ab .1 , gl. Vg, , - , ' -'."?t5f e --. f'. 2 "' A 'v JH, " -5251... um 1' L 1' ' ' - 5,51 ziqf . gg ' :1 . 1 f11g?'R:gSl- 'L 1 Q AQL4' ' -5-f'f-'E.'-1513 I af-fi, . .Q e '?2f"'..,. .1-A . -1' , - f D- ' , -'-arm 1 ' : V .- . 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Erankiv- DalPonte, John 1 Dean, HQen DeBest.'Cornelia Defenderfer, Arlene Dinan, Jane Doane. Horace Dott, Grace Drummond, Evelyn H UIIIDTS CLASS OFFICERS Charles Tubbs, President. Warren Ruggles, Vice President. Marjorie Smith, Secretary. Helen Abbott, Treasurer. CLASS ROLL , . Lf I . Dudd, Harmon', Duke, Dorothy! Dyer, Harold Ely, Morris Elzinga, Jake Eerguson, Roland Eosdick, Josephine Eranklin, Ednaxf Euller, Bradley Gard, Eoy Godshalk. Kathleen Goetze, Muriel Harding. Violet 1- vf Heywood. Dear? Hicks, William Houghtaling, George Jackson, Lawrence' Janke, Walter fi King, Katherine King, Herbertxj Krueger, Paul Lockard. Genevieve McCally, Hazel P McClellan, Anita Meade, Helen Miller, Carlton ffflvliller, Erancile J Mohney, Gladys Moran, Lawrence Muffley, Jessie, Nash, Madraif Noe, Dorothy Page F'a'rty-Three Patterson, George Pauli, Marie Peeke, Neva Pursel, Edgar Reardon, Robert Reiling, Marguerite Rockwell, Deanlf Rtiggles, Daley '-- -'-"' f Ruggles, Warren Rurnsey, Harold Sales. Ethelyn Schall, Dorothea Schug, Warren Schultz, Kathleen Schweitzer, Vinton Shepherdson, Dorothy Smith, Marjorie Shutes, Norman Smittendorf, Waynex Spencer, Dee A Stears, XVinifred Tackaberry, Eva Tubbs. Charles if Tulloch, Jerome Van Horn, Vivian M. NVagner. Roy Ward. Nlarthah XVatts, Delbert Nl. XVells, Charles Youells. Lois Zierle, Jeannette 1-E i'6i'amiu iiirinzirrm Lv7-jp1g.3 My Philosophy Oh! NVhat's the use of living lf we never have our fun? And whats the use of giving If wc've seldom ever won? You'll lind that those who worry And make life one long grind. Are the ones who never hurry To help for others find. l-et's not sing that song- That tells our woes in life- And say, why live so long Through all this earthly strife? Let's sing a song of gladness N And help to cheer our pard, Be men, and fear not sadness Then you'll ind life not so hard. -Delbert Warts, '30, I F il 1 7' T1 I.',L'I1'5.g ' QIQQEEILIEQTUR Lv: , 1,-ml ' Q . W. u 'Z. ' .K f' xi, 1 " I , 1 14 5 ', if A L I . S. 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Elthel N' Barnhart, Paul J Beam Stuart ,f Beebe. Helen lf Beers, ,Nina Beidler. Verna .J Bernhalrdt. Dorothy Birlchold. Harold? Birkhold. Ralph J Bittenhender. George Helen Freeland. Treasurer. CLASS ROLL l Fosdick. Florence I Fox. Betty 3" Freeland. Helen, Freese, Klelviry' 1 Freese. Ruth Frederick, XVilfred Frisk. Alfred Gave. Lucy Goclshalk. Avis ' Godshalk. Glenn Granger. Lucilef' Grant. Barbara' X- Fosdick. Allene Boggio. Louise V Jilfiflx- Edlfllfd I Bohm. Marion X J Bowersox. Gerald ' Bradford. Marie , Buck. Charles X' Bullock. Katherine Burger. Hallie Butler. Stanley'fi Butler. Thurlo Celmer, Henry Clippfell. Evlon Collar, Arthur Collar. Harold Connett. Warren Cook. Harold Copley. Helen Cooper. Leo Copp, lZEIli1xfi Crego. Fred ' Cunkle, John Deaner. Vllilliam Dearshaw. Myrtle DeLong, Harvey.l,', Dimmick. Helen - Dircks. Earl if Doremus. Ralph Eastes. Florence Eberly. James Erbe. Florence Evans. Ida Fitch. Shirley Ha . Jean Hagenbuch. Susan l Harper. Clarion 5 Hartman Clarence 5 Harwood. Leo l Heidamos. Lester l Howard. Thelma Huflsmith, Glenn Jackson. Irene Johnston. Agnes Johnson. Collins Kaiser. Constance I Kaiser. XValter Kauszler. Kenneth King. Guy l King. Harry ix 1, Knapp, Donald " Kramb. Alfred Lewis. James Lewis, Lena J Lovejoy. Garnet Lovejoy, Opal tgL,ucasJ Geraldj Luse. Alice C Manos. Ralph 1 Marietta. Carl -,J McCormick. George Miller. Betty Miller. lla Mohney. Marion' Mosher. lrene 'f Pfi fn' Frzrfw-Fe 1-fit MoYei'. Franceslfff Moyer, wiiiafdvr Myers. Lillian Parker. Eva ' Pastore. Theresa Preston. Bernard Preston, Eunice, Reed. XValter V Reynolds, Mary V Rifenberg. Leona fi Riggs. Leon Rix. James " Rockwell, Darrell Rommel. Mary Ruth. Pauline Ruth. Robert Ryan. Opal Sabrosky, Evelyn Sales. Victoria I Stock. Esther V ' Schoonmaker, Murr Schuler. Vera Simmons. Norris Simons, lsadore X' Skebislcie. Ann Smittendorf. Gladys Standerline, Alice Stoldt, Russel Swayzee. Sybil Swihart, XVilliamNX Tessin. Dorothy Thomas. Claude Thor. Genevra X! Tobin. Forrest Tobler. Theodore XTubbs. Dorothy NVagner, Clarence XValtZ. Raymondx XVatts. Jack XVetherbee. Alberta NVhitehead. Kathryn XVilliams, Raymond XVood. Myrtle Zanotti. Domenic. Cl I IQ! Li',AQ1l1iE1F1L1Et:'l1'oRa BZJAFLBPJ Zi I Psal T io Teachers The teachers try to bein., Wlvation: l shall always fear them. They maketh me to study diligently each night: they leadeth me to believe they know it all. They try to restore my memory: they try to lead me in the paths of knowledge for its name's sake. Yea, though l go through the awful toil of the shadow of study, l shall always fear themg for they will flunk me. They present a book before me in the presence of mine enemiesg they laugh and jest at me: my i eyes runneth over. Surely goodnessand mercy shall leave me all the days of my life: and I will toil in the class of the Sofahs forever. -Geneura Thor, '31. 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U Z -1 E I CD LL! rx L Uvff II 15631 lu-irriiaceroa 1315591 Q: i 1 f Erosh ' CLASS OFFICERS L' Hester R'9'EffSff3, President. f - . . Q A., Pauline Tobin. Secretary-Treasurer. ' ! 4 Allegrina, Josephina Avery, Alarr Barnes, Josephine Behrentz. Gordon Bernhardt, Arlene Bingaman. Oren Bloode. Noel Boeschenstein ,j Ed wa Bonfoey, Stevenxf Bowen. Margaret Boyer, Donald Brown. Genevieve Buckhold, Dorothy Bunn Helen Car enter MEQ EndJ Chr1stger,,M1ldred Bullock, 'Eunice Qg,'5'gls,A11en.D owan, Lester Crabbe. Marjorie Craw, Charles Crego, Betty Daily, Mary DeLong, Emerson Dane, Elwyn Diethrich, Hattie DeVilbiss, Ora B. Dukette, Anthony Dunaway, Margaret Elliott, Heber Ely, Delton Eitch, Vera ' Eoreman, Adelaide Eoust, Dora Freeman. Robert Eriend, Freda Gard. Donald Gay, Eileen Gearharii Doris Godshalk, LaMar Greenman, Alfred Griflin, Elmas Griffin, Helen CLASQKQL L. Guthrie, Marjorie Haas, Kenward Hanley. Catherine Harding. Otto Haring, Madelon Harman, Grace Hartman, Pauline Hazen, XVayne Hillyer, Leo Hollingsworth, Walter Hoover. Paul Howard, Robert Huey, Leona Hutton, Martha lhrig, Alice lsaac, Luvergne Jackson, Harold Jackson, Muriel Johnson. Betty Johnson. Lela Kaiser, Dwayne Kauszler, Raymond King, Burdette King, Marian Knapp. Blair LeMunyon, Alice Lincoln, Edna Lovejoy, Arthur Lucas, Frances Luse, Harriet Mack, Robert Mahana, Gordon Markle, Gladys Maxam, Martha May, Arthur McCain, Sharon Meade, Leona Meade. Lillian Meredith. Vivian Mikosz, Anna Miller, Doris Miller, Eugene Mohney, Joan Moyer, Maxine Neighbors, Newmon Page Fifty-One Nyberg, Alma Papulski. Zigmund Parker, Gladys Pauli, Jane Perkins, lvlerritt Petrowski, Bruno Pulver, Arden Rearick, lla Reed, Robert Reinstra, Hester Riegle. Nina Ringle, Llewellyn Roberts, Arthur G' Rodheaver, Homer Roll, Virginia Shafer, Beatrice Shepherdson, Donald Simmons, Ray Smith, Eleanor Stanard, Marion Stell, Jeanette Starzwski, Helen Studebaker. John Swihart, Clarence Theurer, John Timm, Cathryn T7imm.'Mary - TobinfPaiiline Underwood. Mae VanSickle. Alice XValker, Bebee XValter, Gerald XValter, Robert Watts, Anna E. Wyeinburg, Arthur Weir, Mary Jeanne YVhitbeck, Kathryn YVells, Kathryn XVhited, Doris XVilhelm, Harriet lvving. Jeannette XVithers, Lela ' Yates. Fern Youells, Vern 1 fig P25531 itiifiterort Leg' vqyl , . Freshman Class History Yes. we belong to that jolly mass XVhich is known to all as the Freshman Class, And in this rhyme we will try to show Just what we've done and what we know. Our real career began 'tis true, 'When only minus a very few, NVe entered the Junior'l-ligh one day With faces bright and hearts quite gay. Although the teachers and rooms were new, We discovered we had much work to dog We were soon acquainted with everyone And knew just how our work should be done. We had a few parties of which to boast. A masquerade and "Weenie" roast: They'll be remembered with others as well, Of which we will always be glad to tell. After two long years we were able to pass Arid-ready to form a Freshman Class Which T. R. could be quite proud To have as such a happy crowd. So, since that day, long months ago, We have worked hard and tried to show The Seniors, Juniors. the Sophs as well That although we're greengone never can tell Our members are found in every line: There are artists. musiciansgand athletes fine: The Freshman Class also includes A goodly number of honor "studes." Before we pass to the Soph's estate XVe wish to thank our,advisorE"great. 'Who have kindly helped us along the way And have helped to make our school days pay. -Robert Mack, ' s J CT Xi X P: BEFEECTUR if X-JU57' HWIEHDJ. Hb' a x A f 'ill 'gi-6 4 , -'Sony AM' Q 5 1 ,iq 'N -1 ,---ad' .- 'S Af N-nn. ei'5'P,sQ' - "UQ, ,K 1. . f ,, V32 14,555 ,. "ri 5- ,QA -'P-:lg ::"Zff:q 2 . 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Mary J. 1 Bowersox, lla Rhinies CLASS OFFICERS Kenneth Tubbs, President. Herbert Nliller, Vice President. Richard Verheul, Secretary. Sanford Clymer, Treasurer. CLASS ROLL Freese, Belmont Furtenbaugh, Forrest Garrison, Norman Gay, Shirley V Hack, Arthur Halstead, Emma Halverson, Maud Harding, Hazel Harper, Vifilma L Havens, Henry ' Heimbachi, Earl ,H55EH65ch:-John Heiet, Edwai- iiiCkafR6iQ2r,f Boyei, Catherine Ann""9T-lopkins. Ruth Broviqn, Lois BuckiBilly Camarata, Charles Campbell, Bernice Carpenter, Thelma Carvethl Donna gClyirrier,l San A o n Crampton, Donald Crego, il Margaret Cross, Robert Crout Robert Cunico. Edith DeCair, Berwyn r Dimmick, Charles Dircks, Lester Dunn, Hildagarde Eby, Chris Evans, Lucile Felch, George Felch. Russell Ferrarotti, Rose Fisher, Maxine Frederick, Ruth Huffsmith, Zella Hunt, Odessa Hutton, Robert Jackino, Peter Jacobs. Duane Jacobs, Myrl Jackson, Ruth Johnson, George Kauffman, David King, Martha Knapp, Jack Kramb, Louisa Krueger, Walter I Lawrence, Caryl Lehr, Clement Lewis, Burt Lockhard, Eugene Lockhard, Eva Longacre. Marion Ludwig, Arlene Manos, Dorothy -' Mart, Arrielig McCally, Robert X DUN- FJ' V " Miller, Herbert Miller, Vernett Maui yrclide Mohne , Pauline Nlosher, Kern .f Muir, Eleanor NQVQQHTDALQ rNiChQLQlark Nivisorf Lora Mae Osborne, Lucile Pierce. Eleanor Quake. Wanda Rand, Edith Reynolds, Frank Rudd, Robert Sabrosky, John Sales, Kathryn Schoonmaker, Mary Schuler, Marion Schultz, Evelyn Seitz, Elsie A Sweet, Don Sweet, John Thompson,,KGuy Thor, Nlerrill Thorn, Robert Tubbs, Kenneth Tulloch. Ethelyn Underwood. NVendel VanHorn, Hugh Verheul, Richard Weinberg, Neva XVing, LaJune Witschonke. Charles Wright, Ethel NVright, Opal Youells, Frankie Youngman, Adam Zander, Thelma l f'Ii5I'if.if12iIEifIiEct:'i1'cU5iR 161531 L-' I AJ i R Y J XX vi - i -A -fi X rf sg. Cn the Bank of "River Smile" XVQ Rhinies live on the bank of "River Smile," XVhcre "Cheer Up" and "Bc Happy," Blossom all the while. XVe see the "Never Grumbleu flower: Bloom beside the "Fragrant Try," And the "Never Give Up" and "Patience" Look up into the sky. This little town we call "Don't You XVorry," For it's on the bank of "River Smile." Here we all are happy. And are singing all the while. ln this town of "Don't You YVorry" On the bank of "River Smile." -Evelyn Schultz. '53. 1-3 LVI .. 1ws1P1L1Ef:wmLv5'.i5.:-vii" ,.. 1-, , ii y xcwomfi f A ' L ,,-, 4 , . . . : Q 3 .S -il--, 4 U Eiiiy' ' if :LII .v-Www:-min.-51 3 1 X .1-'v4.---- A-.w,.U,e.w": - -4' , V .1-.W -:ny-Lfr,.,,-.,v.ghf I ' , 2' 'f.w- '- ' 5' P 'VF' iw 1 E JH 1 -41" , V f- 1 '-Q .mv A , Y, .. . F- . . ww , r , - 4 - X -.. 41 -- '- K. A ,J K - taxi L :fl iii A I . 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I R 1 V 5 ,.. ,Qi f R .EY ' , Q' X-'We .-x UT VJ 'C .I U E 5 Lf L .X , 17 Xxx 7 X - 4 I Pnfw Furrv-Fffllfyr I ' P2311 11eiEri.1Ect:ro1PtLz'j5gg1.j f. UAllegrinal. Rose wfAnderson, Lillian K-1Anson, Robert Avery, Doris ""Baker, Franklin Barks, Wilbur - Behrentz, Carol Bennm. Lowell Besley, Richard'- Bessone, Frank Bivvins, Elaine Boggio, Alina V Boggio, ,Margaret Bradford. Margaret Bragg. Goldee X Briggsklrwin Buck, Cyril , Buckhold, Howard Bullock.,Ardith Butler, Marion Corey, .lean Carpenter. Virginia Cunico, Marchellina Crose, Sybert Davis',.Ber.nice Dehn, Betty Pewees Friend. Helen Fuller, Donis Geibe, Joe Gentzler, Geraldine Gliirillffosephf' Gherna, Teresa Gibbs. Robert Gilbert, Harold Gotschall, Ralph Grossknze, Clare Grunert. Arno Hartman, Helen Hay. Marjorie Hazen. Harriet Hill. Elizabeth Hill, Marion Houghtaling, Marie Howard, Harry Howard, NVinona Johnson, Burr Jors, Virgil Keith. Franklin Kennedy, Madelyn King. Elsie King, Warren Lane, Martine Detwiler, Stanley Defenderfer, Dorothy Lewis, l5arziTl'2 Doane,iArlene East. Donald Eldridge, Beverly - Erbe, Edward Evans, David Freesiuy x,PEse? Jeannette 'F- X A Linge, lla Longacre, Cecil Luebke, Arthur Luse, Marion May, Ruby McCarthy. Donald McDonald, James Miller, Clarence 3 Page Fifly-Nine 'r Myers, Lorena Naylor Manes i ei hardt. Jean O iver, Ernest Palmer, Donald Mohney. Maxine P3ifh5f.FGCOfg6--"'fJ Pryor, Robert Pursel, Raymond Reiling, Maxine d. Morris A Regan, e Ringle, Marjorie Ruggles, Paulg godaman, Evelyn, Shelling. Kathryn Smith, Clark Spencer, Aladinge Spencer, Virginia Stock, Louis Tenison, Victor Thor, Marita Tessirl, Frances Timm, Albert VanDyke, Melba XVagner, John NVagner, Marion NVatkins, Velma Walter, Eunice XVarner. Eugene XVhite, Caryol I NVilliams, Eleanor 'XVilliams, Ruth 'Wing Georgia Zanotty, Lucy X I'JL'Z.rK181 itiizrtreroa LZ' fgg 3' Peweels Assembly Program During the school year of l9Z8-29 the regular Friday assembly programs were furnished. for the most part. by the different classes and organizations in , school. One of the most interesting and unique of these was the pageant 'AOur United States." presented by the graduating class of 1935. lt consisted of a representation of the different periods in the history of our country. These included the Indians, Puritan settlers. famous men of the Revolutionary 'NVar period, the XVestern Pioneers. and the Spirits of lnvention, lndustry, Health . and Education. The pageant was directed by Miss Streeter and Miss Castle, whose efforts undoubtedly were responsible for a large part of its success. Each member of the class appeared in the pageant, thus making it a true Pewee Class program. 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Grace Brown Roy V8HLOfl Walz-Ruggles PrettieistTGirl-if Jolliest Persoii Best Athlete U Master of Blufling Margaret XVhitesell Milton Palmer Logan XVagne A Sharon Walz Frances Clymer Jeannette Zierle Frank DalPor' ' Alberta Xkleatherbee Most Popular Boy Most Generousl Pupil Biggest Eater ' '-ol Rgmeo Logan kVagn4ero,,.-- Roland Ferguson Dean Roff -r Regfdgn .,lU'on're"I'ulloch Cecil Del.o , Jeannetr ' Navman hlost Popular Girl ' Most Pessimistic Person Future B. VT ii Margaret Armstrong Irene lVloshe'rf - James, Harriet Rix Bernita"Bu'Qs . Lellti Most Promising Boy Quietest Fellow' Future ,-Cgeil..DLl.,5ng- Stanley Bussard M. Ari ' YVilliam"Kugler Orville Mowery Emily gf Noisiest Fellow Person Jack Watts Sharif Charles Tubbs Glef:-' . if FACULTY-SENIL :W t Best Looking Man Most Helpful Teacher Teacher.: teacher Mr. Ringle Miss Comar Interesting C. f Unal- Mr. Foster Miss Buys Mr. Peeke 5 voor-1-,egg M' Hom Most Dignitied Teacher Mf- BQSSS T- B Best Looking Lady Miss Garman Most Popular Teacher Miss Stair Mr. Fox Miss Comar Miss XVilliams Mr. Peeke JUNIOR HIGH Most Handsome Boy Most Promising Girl Best Athlete Master of Blufhng Bonfoey - Pauli Krueger . Rodeheaver Tubbs DeVilbiss Briggs A. NVatts Pretticst Girl Jolliest Person Biggest Eater School Romeo Hutton X Dukette Freeman Tubbs . Haring 'ix Grifhn Delfilbiss Heywood Most Populalr Boy Most Pessimistic Person Future Bachelor School Flirt' Hoover I DailYT' ' TTT' Gard " aringl' Tubbs I 1 Spencer Shepherdson L , 4' Most Popular Girl Quietgt Fellow Future Spinster Biggest Talker o fifb V- XV-Er! E, DeLong Crabbe K Ivgglgeauer f-YH: 'S--4 ' blaming XVeinberg Spencer lLlLg,2 Most Promising Boy Noisiest Fellow Person Most in Love Most Generous Pupil XVeinberg Knapp Mohney Jackson Mahana . -'Perfni-smn XVilliams I - Verheul Best Comedian Most Inseparable Couple Dukette Howard-Mohney o Miller Preston-Ludwig FACULTY-JUNIOR HIGH Best Looking Man Most Popular Teacher Most Active Teacher Teacher with Most Mr. Voorhees Mr. Voorhees Mr. Horst Interesting Classes Mr. Handley Mr. Beggs Mr. Beggs- Miss Streeter king Lady Moa Helpful Teacher him oighifafa Teacher MH' Veofhffs Mrs. Helm Miss I-Ioisington 'Miss Streeter Miss Castle Best Loo Mrs. Foster Miss Garman x J 5 ACTWITIE E I'fr,fr Sfffu-T111-f ,- THE REFLECTOI2 FQ R1 92,9 rr-vvvvv-U-uv'-1 I-ILP' Cl 11tiEirit1Er:iroaLz'jil519j1.j :Eg ATHLETICS f ,aw t , 17- . 'N-Ap-A -ha E -rf g , ,,. ' ' l 1, fy s . ' l Q K 1 . ., ? g. ,.f -' 'IAROLD VOORHEES af Basketball and Football 'Casey , . est football team this year that has ever been de- veloped in the locaVs'c:e.,,,,.xfhe team completed a ten game schedule undefeated. "Casey's" manner of drilling teamwork" did it. "Casey's" basketball team also improves each year. ' i MR. RALPH POSTER Y Track Coach, Physical Education "Cozy" has coached two successful track teams and has also given Cross Country a start in T. R. H. S, He taught the fellows that hard work is what makes the winner and puts the team over the top. lVllSS ELENIX RAGLIN Girls' Track Coach. Physical Education Miss Raglin's track and relay teams have copped high' honors at the County meet two years straight, and her gym classes have staged two successful ex- hibitions. ROBERT SEEKELL Student illanager of Athletics "Bob" proved to be a very capable manager during football and basketball seasons and he is coaching the Junior High track squad this spring. JEROME TULLOCH "Jerry" worked with "Bob" in the management of athletics and completed a faithful pair of assistants. I ' EDQEEEJ Rraiftitrzroit Lzjgqgvjgj Name Boeschenstein. Charles Boggio, Peter -.., - Brayman, Frank ,,,A Burns, Bernita - Burns, Frances --- Bussard, Stanley --- Cook, Kathleen -- DalPonte, Frank--- DalPonte. John -- Dircks. Earl --- Fosdick. Josephine - l-lanneman. Robert -- Heidamos. Lester -- Knapp, Dwain --- Krueger. Paul e,.. Kugler, Vwlilliam l-eNlunyon, Alfred -- l-ovejoy.iJeanne -- lN'lcCain. Sharon 2:- Miller, Carlton --- Mowery. Orville!---2 Palmer, Nlilton .,,. Rockwell. Dean -- Schuler, George -- Schuler. Vera -- Seekell. Robert --- Shutes, Norman --- Smith. Nlarjorie Stock. Esther -- Stock, Marie - ,,,.,, Swihart, 'NVilliam --- Tackaberry, Raymond Tessin, Herbert ---- Tobin, Forrest --- Tubbs, Charles .- Tulloch. Jerome XVagner. l-ogan Vxfagner. Roy ..,, - XValz. Sharon -----2- XVilliams, Raymond , Wearers of T. R. Football '28 75225 fag '28 '28 H225 '27,'28 22525 -225 '28 '28 -- '27,'28 - '26,'27,'28 25225 '28 '27 "'28 21, '26.'27.' 25 Cross Public Basketball Track Country Speaking 29 '28.'29 29 --2 ---- -- -f - ---- '28 '2 8. 29 27, 25 Z9 29 25 29 is 29 Z9 '28 'EST 29 29 I F '26 -- '28 -- '28 -- '2 '28 '27,'2o '28 -- 1 'i'515mE'rrerurLzAmv11 ' Football 'Z This year's football team proved to be the best ever developed in the local high school. Ten games were played out of which eight were won and two tied. Although the season's work was started with a squad of seemingly mediocre quality, Coach "Casey" Voorhees drilled co-operation and team work into the men and it was this co-operation which made a winning team that won the 'Little Five" championship and was one of the claimants to the State Class B title, sharing that honor with Traverse City. -4 A banquet was held in honor of the team at which about four hundred high school students and local football fans were present. Clifford XVeatherwax. former Three Rivers High School coach. gave the main address and Captain l'Fritz" Vvfagner presented Coach Voorhees with a gift in behalf of the foot- ball team. Our successful football season was closed with a 12-O victory over our old rival. Sturgis. This was one of the cleanest played games of the season. T. R. had a total of l73 points to 27 for the opponents. The men who won letters were: Capt, "Fritz" NVagner, Capt.-Elect Krueger. Palmer, Schuler. NValz. Hanneman, Boeschenstein, Mowery, J. DalPonte. F. Dalponte. Brayman. Heidamos, Rockwell, Tobin. Tubbs, Miller. and Dircks. "Bob" Seekell and 'lJerry" Tulloch also deserve credit for aiding in the management of the second squad, many of which will be on the varsity team next year. Those receiving honorable mention are the following: G. Bowersox, l. Simons. Rix, Cook, Howard, Papulski. I-licks. Theurer. Mack, Isaac, NVallcer, Shepherdson. Marietta, Freemond. Houghtaling. Rode' heaver. and Shutes. Y Three Rivers 3,8 Mendon -A aa, s-, OX Three Rivers 7 Allegan aaa. .... 7 Three Rivers 6 St. Joe ....a.a.,, O Three Rivers 38 Plainwell O Three Rivers l9 Otsego a, -..... - O Three Rivers 18 Paw Paw Q Three Rivers 7 Vicksburg O Three Rivers 13 Dowagiac ,,.,-,,. l3 Three Rivers l5 Niles ..,, ..... 7 N Three Rivers l 2 Sturgis a- -aa O Total W... 73 Opponents Z7 1 'ivzmpi IRllifTLlEC'lVURlZ'4i5F'11'I LOGAN WA GNER Caprain-Senior-wHaIfback "Fritz" was a fast, bulky back and made consistent gains by smashing through the opponents line. "Fritz" also thrilled the stands with long runs. often run- ning the length of the Held for a touchdown. He was high score man with Hfty-one points and his loss'through graduation will be felt greatly by next year's squad. SHARON VJALZ Senior-Tackle This is Sharon's fourth year on the squad and he made his third letter. He is a hard Fighter and did his share toward making this year's team a success. FRANK BRAYMAN Junior-End This is "Keelies" second year as a regular. I-le played on the oppof site end from Heidamos and com- pleted a well drilled pair. ROBERT HANNE MAN Senior-Tackle "Bob" took up his duties at either tackle or end and acted like a veteran at all times. P 7 I'IL'I,KI1 lIRlEll7lLlECQ'lFUlll?.lZAH1?1:': PAUL KRUEGER Capta1'n-EIect-Jum'or- Halfback Paul was a hard hitting back and was fairly speedy for his weight. His consistent short smashes were responsible for much of the ground gained by T. R. this season. He has one more year to go and watch him tear. CARLTON MILLER Junior-Halfbach Although Carlton had little ex- perience until this year he showed some "hot stuff" when he pulled on his "lighting togs" and was one of the main ground gainers. FORREST TOBIN Sophomore-Halfbach 'AMutt" played halfback a good share of the time this season and won his second letter as a sopho- more. l-le still has two years to go. P F f I-I ii4Xl1lfl5llifILIECTflf1JlRlZ' 191 lil CHARLES TUBES Junior-Quarterback "Charlie" is a little fellow but he has the tenacity of a lion. He was very capable at calling signals and also performed well when call- ed on to carry the ball. "Charlie" was second hiv" 'f'- Vi- ' 'lo flfrtv- three e' '- JOHN DAL PONTE Junior-Tackle ',A4 l "Jack" was a good fighter and .iff tackled 'em hard and low. Next , ."' r 3 year his hard tackling will be a eg great asset to the team. I'IL'I.E1.lIl2z1E1F1L1Efo1roRL?4' YJ IC GEORGE SCHULER Senior-C enter 'lOssie" earned his third letter this year and during his high school carer' has developed into t she school -'5w'!'5T7f"' -'T W .le ,,c.g,in.7,.,, EARL DIRCKS Sophomore-Center "Bruiser" earned his first letter ' l by filling in at center. Next year he will probably play regular at center and should be a strong fav- orite. I 'iff-I1 uirirerou 11251531-11.1 ivHLToN PALMER Senior--Fullback "Abie" was a diminutive but fast. shifty back. "Abie's" small size enabled him to get through small openings and whenever one was made he found his way through. DEAN ROCKWELL Q Junior-Guard Dean is the heaviest man on the team. He weighs about 175 pounds. His great bulk makes him a good lineman and he uses that bulk to good advantage, FRANK DAL PONTE . Junior-End "Delie" took up his duties at end a good share of the time and proved to be very valuable because of his speed. CHARLES BOESCHENSTEIN I Senior-Guard A'Chick" won his letter in his senior year by playing a good, clean, hard fighting game as regu- lar guard. Page Seven YU O I I-1 Lili-X1ill2-2lE'Ilf1i1Ecc3Tt3JIR LZ - YE Summary of Basketball l29 i Prom the standpoint of a season's average this year's basketball team did not P have very good success as they won only four of the scheduled games. ,Xxx -A I I However, at the end of the season the team made a grand spurt and beat Sturgis 20-22 in the District Tournament. This was one of the most thrilling games ever played in the local gym and it took lots of fight to win it. The score was tied at the end of the last quarter and it was necessary to go into an overtime period in which 'AStan" Bussard thrilled the stands by sinking the winning basket. V The team lost to Marshall in the Regional Tournament 20-15 but made a good showing. Tubbs, Heidamos, and P. DalPonte had the distinction of being picked for the District team. The men who won letters were. Capt. F. DalPonte, Capt.-Elect F. Brayman, Wagner. Tubbs, Heidamos, Shutes, Walz,'B,usAsaRrd, P3lQ'1Q'I.',' Miller, Boggio, Krueger, and Tobin. 3152611 nitlfltiacirolm FRANK DAL PONTE Captain-Junior-Forward This is l'Delie's" second year on the varsity team and he has devel- oped into a fast forward. 'lDelie" was high point man this season and was chosen as one of the for- wards for the district tournament team. CHARLES TUBES Junior-Guard "Chuck" played as a regular guard on the varsity and sure had plenty of light. "Chuck" made a guard position on the district tour- ney team. LY4' YI ' fr Q-Q -4-fr X. . W" ' 'A . .1 f, - . 1 ' f, .. .-" -.S ,af- 4? xqf' ff if C kk. ., 9 ii, . 1 A ! X -J' -' ' A2 A 1? V ' . A' Y Z Q, . 1- ' :, 1 ,1 4-.swpc . v H -. . ,ff 1, X ' ..1 X-gif-r h , H ,C . -. 'img .t ' X ,. .g-f-..-,.,, '- 15-wi.. -, fisi, - K ,.-..' ' 'Qi' '. Q, "" ' , -4 - 'I fi, X - ' fs" mt. -Y , .,LW'j1g.f4i:' "', . - ' . -.--f. Cecil D. DeLong. Editor-in-Chief. Roy M. VanLoo, Business Manager. Photography by NVm. A. XVingard and S. K. Toomire. Engraving by Pontiac Engraving Co Printing by Three Rivers Press. i"I,PilSjIlt1E'IF1i,1EcC11'oIRllZ':KX'1I'I -at. wr: if Q ,5- '-x im ,V i ir, 1 L ii f A 5 ,' T iQ4.',ff7?ii?f Q 'J' N. X E W jx . -X' . X ., -K Xl 4 L .S "ini ,ip 'V 1 'f X if-'f-If-'Jil ff ' xt. N - 'Tl-'fZ'f:li"'7 F ,I J -,5fS:1t' , is gi-,Lv . if ll' lx iw: fry.: ,fix rf! .-lug b f:'f-'J--Q' 1. 1 if 95-FX: : 'Q ."!jt1'f'Z,X V' f ' ' 1 ' vi xx ' 'gl -- I -. - -l ' - Sf' ffl Q- " -Q . jg . A o 1, . .-!, .id 1.1.3 a- ' ' .1 .-- .5-e. . o . M M f . or . FRANK BRAYMAN Captain - Elect-Junior-Forward UKeefy" Worked with 'ADelie" to complete a good pair of for- vards, and his work was a valu- 'Y ble asset to the team. 7 in jf .-' ' J STANLEY BUSSARD Forward--Junior This is "Stan's" first year with the varsity team but when he was called upon to fill in at forward he showed some real "stuff" "Stan" sunk the Winning basket in the overtime period in the dis- trict tournament game with Stur- gis. pw, Q,-V,-,,f,,.F,, H- This 1. with the varsit, cd a good game a. position of guard. CARLTON MILLER Junior-Guard Carlton played a good, clean game at guard when called upon. He won his Iirst letter this year. FORREST TOBIN Soph-Forward "Mutt" earned his second letter this year by playing forward a good share of the time. P11 uw S1 rr 11 " . -in ililffx .4- -ff, ru-F N PALMER Senior -oie" can really be serious en he wants to and when it .omes to basketball he means busi- ness. 'AAbie" was a very valuable man to the team. NORMAN Sl-IUTES Junior "lck" earned his first letter this year by playing center a good share of the time. He will undoubtedly be a strong favorite on next year's Varsity team. i 7' A P - --f L . . PAUL KRUEGER Junior Paul's faithfulness to the team and his hard playing won him his first basketball letter this year. He has one more year to go. ty-Six II-355.331 iitiirtteron lvj' 101 1-jj .N .jg ., 7 xl- Second Squad Baskeiball . , . . l. This years reserve team did not prove successful as far as winning games was concerned but they learned a lot about basketball and hadgome good experience. - The reserve men who will be back next year will all have a chance to make the regular team and many of them will be mainstays of next years Varsity. W. Hollingsworth, J. DalPonte, l. Simons, J. Eberly and E. Dircks did not make letters but deserve a great deal of credit for their faithfulness to the squad and for their improvement through the season's work. F N IJ I:-1LKF6...' '1mEnf1L1Eccmm LZ' '91 1-'I ,n 4.1 11. ., 1 A - 'f in ' wig-f- " - 1' f '- v 'fwef' Wfffmif ,xfv 3 . , Q vi . - X- f , t A' . i fn ' . V ' Z' L 8, ff- .1-Qt '-f . , ' 5 3'Q,'-MQ.-.1 s , h ,f ' J- -. fig -.us-ggg!-u,,l 3,73-:"'cf ' , jj, 231- , A I 1- 1 X ff. ffkkp., 3, if .. iff , "FF ' ' . V lite. .,fffQEf'bl f '-vw f - -j':?3:i2fg 1l,?..fg?5.1i1:-151, ' QW " ., 'V iv '!"1--12,731-55-.C' ' - . 4 Y- Z .. . inn., ' -'Z,1'YT,f'g?:':2'.- Q2-Gia .. . .. 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'L 'Lv tix?-' " " '-53.531 .1 5NI5gss.p:'g,. rf 75' ' .frsisbi 5 " . -' :-': 1 4, :L z. ,'-'-Nw vii'-TT' , ff., S,-f-.-,mf-FII mf II 'i'6.EEg1T3-17-ifriteroim lg' gg yi Summary of Track Season 1928 ' The Interclass Track Meet was easily won by the Seniors who scored 8255 points. AC: .IX '- . . ' ' X541 Seniors .--aa U.. aa,a., First ..W. , -,Hfjm 82-igxpoints Juniors .a,, an a..A,,a Second ,,- ,few --EW 40 tg points Sophomores -aa .-., Third U- afmf --4, 27 1, pginfg Freshmen .a,,,, . w-... Fourth v--,m-- Tin-,ln 3 ilpoints , , ' X, f. 1 This years track season marks the most complete and 'also the toughest schedule the local team has ever met. Two dual meet? were held, due with Nilgg in which Three Rivers was defeated 70-52: and one ,with Stiuagisi in which the locals triumphed 7423-4756. LEQQ fi ' y The Hrst big meet was the "Big Five" Conference held ,at St.: Joe in which Three Rivers took third with 3316 points. xc' XX The local team entered the Annual Regional meet at Western Stare Normal College and qualified six men for the State Meet, namely: Capt. King, Hyatt, Seekell, Combs, Da1Ponte, and Kugler. Three Rivers can feel very proud that she placed three men in the State meet. Hyatt winning nrst in the Low Hurdles. Seekell first in the 4-10 and Combs third in the shot put. ' ST. JOE COUNTY MEET Three Rivers made a fine showing by making 10216 points at the annual St, Joe County Meet held at Centreville. Out of these 10252 points the girls made 36 which showed that they were stepping right along. SUMMARY OE ST. JOE COUNTY MEET 120-yard High Hurdles-lst, Hyatt, T. R.: 2nd, Kruger, Sturgis: 3rd, St, John, T. R.: -ith. Brown. Centreville. Time, 18:41, Pole Vault-lst, King, T. R.: 2nd, Kugler, T. R.: Parry, Burr Oak and Thomas, Constantine, tied for 3rd and 4th. Height, 10 feet 1 inch. Mile Run-lst, Wallick. Sturgis: 2nd, Richmond. Constantine: 3rd, Knapp, T. R.: 4th, Smith and Dillon, Centreville tied. Time, -1:56.9. fNew recordj. 100-yard Dash--lst, Stephenson, Constantine: 2nd, Lewis, Centreville: 3rd, Tooley, Sturgis: 4th, Combs, T. R. Time, 10:5. Shot Put-lst, Combs. T. R.: 2nd, Kruger, Sturgis: 3rd, Maneikis, Men- don: 4th, Lewis, Centreville. Distance, 41 feet 2 inches. fNew recordl. Running Broad Jump--lst, Combs. T.. R.: 2nd, Armstrong, Constantine: 3rd, Kruger, Sturgis: 4tih,' Lewis, T.xR. Distance, 18 feet 656 inches. 220-yard Dash-lst, Stephenson, Constantine: 2nd, Tooley, Sturgis: 3rd, Lewis, Centreville: 4th, Lewis. T. R. Time, 2-114. 220-yard Low Hurdles-1st,Hyatt,T. R.: 2nd, Thomas, Constantine: 3rd. Kruger, Sturgis: 4th, Barnell. Sturgis. Time. 2714. Running High Jump-lst, Hyatt, T. R.: 2nd and 3rd, Thomas. Constan- tine, and Loetz, Sturgis, tied: 4th, Maystead, Burr Oak: McKee, Constantine. and Dalponte. T. R., tied. Height 5 feet 4212 inches. Pri fir' Seven fy N I'Il'3iE1j miiftircitoim 133,531 1.1 1 440-yard Dash-lst, Seekell. T. R.: 2nd, NValz, T. R.: 3rd, Barnell, Sturgis: 4th, Beckwith, Centreville. Time. 55. Discus-lst, Kruger, Sturgis: 2nd, Tooley, Sturgis: 3rd, Armstrong, Con- stantine: 4th, Parris, Constantine. Distance, 103 feet. Javelin-lst, Combs. T. R.: 2nd, Brown, Centreville: 3rd, Lewis. Centre- ville: 4th, Wagner, T. R. Distance. 140 feet 8 inches. CNew recordj. 880-yard Dash-lst, King. T. R.: Znd. Bucknell. Centreville: 3rd, Smith. T. R.: 4th, Loetz, Sturgis. Time, 2:l5.6. 880-yard Relay-Won by T. R., Sturgis and Centreville disqualified. Time. 1:-10.7. 'l 'x Girls' Track Many of the girls were encouraged to come out and win for they had more events in which to participate. They had five and won first in four of them. GIRLS' EVENTS 50-yard Dash-lst. Schuler, T. R.: Znd, Burns, T. R.: 3rd, Jolley, Centre- ville: 4th, Garman, Nlendon. Time, 916. Baseball Throw-lst, Machemer, Constantine: 2nd, Lovejoy, T. R.: 3rd, Schuler, T. R.: 4th, Felker, Mendon. Distance, 184 feet 5 inches. Hop, Step, and Jump-lst, Stock. T. R.: 2nd, Morris, Centreville: 3rd. Fosdick, T. R.: 4th, Jolley, Centreville. Distance, 26 feet l inch. Running Broad Jump-lst, Caseman. Constantine: Znd, Burns, T. R.: 3rd, Jolley, Centreville: 4th, Burgett, T. R. Distance, ll feet ll inches. Standing Broad Jump-lst and 2nd, J. Posdick and Eleanor Fosdick, T. R.. tied: 3rd, Jolley, Centreville: 4th, Caseman, Constantine. Distance, 6 feet 5 inches. Girls' Relay Race-lst, T. R.: 2nd, Menclon. Time, 1:49. Those who won letters were: Capt. King. Capt-elect Kugler, Combs, Hyatt, Seekell, Brayman, Waltz, Knapp, Smith, Wagner, St. John, Lewis. A Girls:-E. Fosdick, J. Eosdick, B. Burns, E. Stock, V. Schuler, Jean Lovejoy. I'IiZQF5EjllgE11flL1Et2To1R lvjiggnj 1.3 I E tit, Girls' lnterclass Basketball Teams SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN M. Hoover ICD Nl. Pauli F. Erbe CCD F. Tobin QCD B. Bauserman T. Corey D. Tubbs M. Haring J. Lovejoy H, Dean D. Tessin E, Smith B. Ruggles XH. Co le H. Burgett J. Pauli M. Whitesell N. Peelftg R. Dehn L, Meade M. Armstrong H. Abbott I. Mosher V. Merideth H. Ri:-: F. Burns E. Stock M. Daily M. NVing J. Andrews J. Hagenbuch K. XVells H. Kankamp B. Andrews V. Schuler L, XVirher5 M. Gleason M. Bradford Girls' lnterclass Basketball The girls' interclass basketball was a success. although it didn't seem to be such a success to the Seniors. There were three games played. The Juniors took first place by winning all three games by quite a large score. Right behind the Juniors came the Sophomores. winning two games and losing one. Then came the Freshmen and Seniors, both teams losing two games and tying one. - But as the Freshmen had more points than the Seniors, third place was given to the Freshmen. A great deal of interest was shown by all the girls. Each team exhibited some good work. The success of this year's team is due to the coach, Miss Raglin, who has tried faithfully to make a success of everything that she attempted. The All-Star Team This team was picked on their playing ability, teamwork and sportsmanship. From all the girls that participated these following girls were chosen: FORWARDS GUARDS J. CENTER R. CENTER Florence Erbe Helen Abbott Neva Peeke Ruth Dehn Theo Corey Mildred Hoover I PlfU I:-Jiqaimzgtnfecrnm Lqj -ki ,493 Mi , K '-sz- X J ,- ' "Wi- Varsity Athletic Club President .........,,,......g s Frank Brayman Vice President ,H-..A,,-,...,g5 , Dwain Knapp Secretary-Treasurer .,,-,,...... ,Lester,,Heid3mQ5 Above is pictured the goal of every red blooded boy in school, his name on the roll of the Varsity club, the only qualification to membership in which is to have earned a T. R. The roll call is answered by masculine voices only and each has an unconscious ring of pride in it for the owner knows it is only by the honest sweat of his body that he has this privilege. The club, while its primary interest is in athletics. also contributes a play annually and is strongly back of many other school movements. Their meetings are energetic and purposeful, filled with the vim and enthusiasm which char- acterizes an active club. ln all, this group is"another of the cornerstones on which the framework of the schools outside activities is built. Pr111f'Ei11l1fy-TIP: : 'L-5115.101 iiiiiurcroii niziima 1-Il Band PF-?Sfd9f2I .- .f,,......sA.,,v,As.s Adrian Reiff Sefrefdfy --- ..,-A.g. an -, ,YY.., . James Pauli Treasurer ................ -.- Roy M. Van L00 This branch of school activity might well be called the liveliest in school. XVith an excellent membership which in itself provides an extensive range of instruments the band has made splendid progress in the last year. A good share of this distinct forward trend may be directly traced to the fact that it has been furnished with a house of its own. ln the past this clique of musicians has distinguished itself in Regional and State Tournaments with an almost invariable custom of finishing within a few places of the ultimate winner. Raymond Peekephimself a finished musician, directs and works zealously for this organization and the improvements of individuals and the band as a whole is easily traceable to his firm, guiding hand. This year, as has been the custom, the band presented in conjunction with its sister organization the orchestra a formal concert at which the members ap- peared in public for the first time in their A'gob" uniforms. This formal concert is but Ll small part of the time given the school activities by the band as they play at athletic contests. parades and plays. Page Efghfy-Threw The Twentieth Annual Reflector of the Three Rivers High School publishecl by The Senior Class of 1929 51551231 iti1ifiL1Ec:roRlq,',p5g9jg.j ,Xt T D. s. Clubi President a--- .....,.... va, Blanche Bauserman Secretary-Treasurer .,,W,.....g.W, Helen Abbott This musical sect. composed entirely of girls, is an integral cornerstone of school activities in that it is one of the two clubs in school which has an ex- clusive feminine membership. Under the skillful baton of Mrs, Adina Poster this group made the State Tournament last year and returned home with two high awards, namely, the State Championship and with the distinction of having in its fold Miss Blanche Bauserman. soprano, who took first place in her class. While the result of the State Tournament is as yet open to conjecture it is reasonable to assume that this organization. crippled but little by graduation. will finish up,near the top if not at the top. The girls contribute from time to time to the programs of school and of the various city clubs. Puyf' Elflfl ty-F I 'L'5IiE1iiPtiEifif1Ec:iroi1t Lug gg :gl F T H. E. C. Club P1'9S1ldPf1f .,................ Gertrude Andrews Vice President .... -c ,w-.- r -- --- Eunice Pfegpgn Secretary L.- ...,.,. ,, --a,r--c--- Leona Meade Treasurer ..................... --. Nina Reigle flduisors --. - .M., ,Miss Carruthers and Mrs. Mosier This club is more or less popularly known around school as the A'Hec Club" but the title thus bestowed is very misleading. lt is only just to say that the "hec" part may be applied solely to the annual parties. for the initials, which in themselves stand for Home Economics. are emblematic of durable work. The club serves as a medium for the girls who are taking subjects relative to the home to meet on common ground and discuss in open forum the best means of keeping a home, and other things dear to the heart of a girl. This organization, which is comprised entirely of girls, enjoys an extensive membership and during the span of a school year a great deal of work which has a direct bearing on the things a girl will be called on in after life to face is studied. lf, when a young lady reaches the graduating age she is still unable to manage a home in a comprehensive manner. then no matter how much she may excell in other activities or studies she has not a well rounded character from the standpoint of experience and it is to this end that this club has been formed, Pngv Eighty-Fil-t' I-I LZIELSJ 11tiEr1L1teroRl'5Ii"im'11'I r. c 1-utr Club President ..-...,........ .- w. LeRoy Hoover Vice President ,W .,,,s.. . .--,, Warren Ruggleg Secretary H........... .- ........ Bradley Fuller Treasurer --- ......Y.,. aaa-.. George Patterson Though. technically speaking, this club is not a school activity it is however closely allied with the school in that it is for young men of t e High School age only and is governed to a certain degree by the school. Primarily the l-li-Y is an adjunct of the Y. M. C. A. and fosters the same teachings of clean manhood and Christian Fellowship. Among its members may be found the finest young men of the High School and while not concretely placed in the list of school activities it has an undoubted influence on the student body through its members. The club is actively behind every Christian movement in the city and school and once a year sponsors. in conjunction with its fellow organizations in the county. an Older Boys' Conference at some place in the county. The club this year inaugurated a new custom, by awarding a silver loving cup to the best all-around Senior. who was picked by a committee of the Faculty. Page Eiylzly-.iff 1' 1055.31 tmteiroa li -'-ga Manual Arts Club President .,.H,H,--H..,,.,,, -- FrankkBraym3n Vice President -.AA.,,.,,YA.... John DalPonfe Secretary-Treasurer .,A.,,gM,,,-, do James Rix Faculty flduisor ......, ,.,,g,..,.A Nlr, Smith This boys' organization has one of the largest active memberships in school, lts activities are varied with every sport and with the annual initiation which has become an integral part of the club and school, at large. This club is composed of young men who are taking the Industrial Courses offered by the school. lts meetings, which are always well attended. are of inestimable value as it is here where the plans to visit factories and shops in other cities, which are in some way related to the work done by the members of this club, are perfected. With Emery Smith, a finished auto mechanic and machinist. Leo Handley at the helm of the woodshop and George Marks as drafting instructor, the boys studying the various courses are first initiated into the theory of their work and then shown by actual operation, thus placing in their hands mighty weapons with which to cope with the future. I'rryeEig11fy-So' 1 'L-51G:s1siirrnam-nit la'Ii'ia'1 1" Crehestra President - .,,,,.... --,- ....,... Melvin Brown Treasurer .,,.,.....,w,Y ,A .A,,,, LeRoy Hoover All of the musical talent is not lodged in the band much of it is contained in the orchestra where there is of necessity a greater demand for the stringed instruments. The orchestra knows no distinction between the sexes and thereby offers a place for girl musicians who are barred from the bandby a peculiar unwritten law. This group is not one whit less important to the school than the band as it has its regular practice periods and plays for the greater number of indoor entertainments given in the course of the school year. The members hold a prominent place in the formal concert given by the two musical cliques and a number of its members have appeared in orchestras other than that ofthe school. Page' Ffigllify-ffrflli 4' I-I H6511 Rertiteroia LZ j 1.3 1 T. C. ,Club The T. C. Girls. which translated means "Treble Cleff' is to the junior girls what the D. S. is to the older girls. As a matter of fact when the D. S. is depleted by graduation it is from this club that fresh. ready trained material is fortlgoming. With Mrs. Adina Foster as instructor the girls are taught the true value of harmony and good music. The club has its place on the school programs and is always well received. While it is still in its infancy there is a great amount of enthusiasm displayed by the members and an enviable record of accomplishment is made annually. lt is not premature to forecast that with the passing of a few years this junior girls' club will hold a similar place in the list of achieve- ments that the D. S. girls now proudly show. Pfmf Eigfhfy. X' C'i"I 'ir' eizrttetea 16151911-'I Ag. Club President ,,w,,, ,.. .------,.-cc Dean Rockwell Vice President .W,, 5 g,,., .,. Alfred Lelvlunyon Secretary --..- .,.. ,,. ,.,... Esther Stock Treasurer ..,,,,s.,,,,-,,,., Josephine Fosdick I This club which has an extensive membership of the pupils s udying agri- culture is one of the most active and vital clubs of the High School. The members of which are active in the sense that they are keenly interested in getting the most and very best that can be gotten on their chosen subject. They make a practice of keeping a finger on the pulses of both the State Colleges and National Experimental Stations thus being in step with the most modern developments, Yearly they produce judging teams. many of which have won their way to the State Contests and have acquitted themselves admirably both in defeat and victory. The range of the club's activities is great and its horizon wide in that each year they present a play and have representative teams on most of the athletic activities ofthe school at large. This year, Mr. I-loekzema. Ag. teacher and long the power behind the throne in the clubs endeavors. severed his relations with the school and Nlr. Shepard took his place and it is but truth to say that the manner in which he has gathered up the reigns and piloted the club through the balance of the year is worthy of commendation, Iwiw Xf,,,'1i I ' iiilj RMECTUR 17,3535 1.1 l X ft A: A 42,57 "".?' WM Blue Triangle Club President ---- .......,l....... , Mary Gleason Vice-President H..,,..,A., Dorothy Shepherdgon Secretary - .... ......M...... G race Behrentz Treasurer ,..M i- ..........,. Kathleen Godshalk A club of school girls which has in its comparatively short life endured an erratic career. Started on the whim of a few girls who expressed a desire to or- ganize a club for girls which would run on a parallel with the Hi-Y club for boys, it became known, for want of a better name, as the X. Y. Z. club. This year. however. the members tired of the unpurposeful aims of their club and re-organized and set as their goal a membership in the Girl Reserves. A period of intensive study on the part of twelve girls finally culminated in the initiation into the Girl Reserves by a Kalamazoo Chapter. Although State recognition is as yet forthcoming the girls are working slowly in their new work and their enthusiasm has communicated itself to a number of other girls who have been placed on the waiting list pending State cognizance of the or- ganization. Pnyf'A tml lI'Ili.Ki1il2E1f1If1Et:'11'o1ItlZ '91 Q-jl Cross Country 'Z Although last year's Cross Country Team did not prove to be a success. Coach Foster put forth his untiring efforts again this year and developed a team that won fourth place in the State meet against ten other Class B teams. Cross'Country is a tough sport and requires strength. courage and endurance The squad was small this year and because of this the boys who were on it deserve a great deal of credit. The boys who represented T. R. H. S. in the State meet against a field of seventy starters were: Capt. Vw'illiams, Swihart. NlcCain. Tackaberry. and l.eNlunyon Swihart placed eighth and won a silver medal for individual recognition. All of the boys who ran in the State meet were awarded letters, Newman Neighbors also deserves honorable mention as he trained for part ofthe season and ran with the local team in a dual meet with Benton l-larbor. I' Ulf' .Yfnf-In-Tn-n


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