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Page 18 text:
A scene from the Pan-American Program.
And. so, along with other members of the
class, I offer to our Alma Mater a smile of
sincere thanks for the past, a smile of joyful
appreciation for the present, and a smile of
hope and determination for the future.
After tonight the members of this class
will all take separate paths of life. Some will
go into industry, some into the business
world, and others on to higher education.
Whatever direction each may choose, the class
expects all to do their best to uphold the
honor and high standards of our school.
Although our stay at Central has been rela-
tively brief, her influence and training will
follow us for many years to come.
TI-IE STYLE IN SMILES
have you been doing?"
Vile are indebted to many people for the
opportunity of attending high school and our
free education will always be greatly appre-
ciated. On behalf of my classmates, I should
like to offer our sincere thanks to the tax-
payers of this community who have carried
the expense: to our teachers who have handed
down their knowledge so willingly, and have
so patiently helped us over the rough spots:
and to our parents for their aid in furthering
our education, thus giving us a better chance
to achieve success.
We will all try to repay this great debt
by becoming good citizens, and by helping
to make this a better world for everyone re-
gardless of race or creed.
St. Louis Central I-Iigh School
"I haven't seen you for a month. What
Our own, our dear old school! thy praise we sing.
lVith deepest gratitude our hearts are filled,
For lessons by thy tender care instilled,
Which through the years have never ceased to ring
Like fog bells on a rockbound coastg they bring
A needed warning note: our souls are thrilled
With dread of danger lurking near. So skilled
Thy work, it taught with finished art the thing
That men most need to know, how best to live
The truth that makes them free to choose the life
That more abundant is. untouched by strife
Of warring passions-strong and fierce, constrained
By love of righteousness themselves to give
To service of mankind, with wisdom trained.
-W. J. S. BRYAN.
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The Ninety-Fourth Anniversary Reunion
On February ll, 1947, a reunion was held
at the school to celebrate the ninety-fourth
anniversary of the founding of the school.
There were about four hundred present at
this meeting. Our mailing list was very in-
complete. and many who would have at-
tended didn't learn about the meeting until
it was over. The speakers on the program
were representatives of the classes which
graduated 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years ago.
Among these were Sidney Corson 119375,
Norman C. Parker fl927j, and Alfred
Fleishman 619221. Vocal solos were given
by Charles Burmeister and Ed Nolte, a dance
number by John Berger, an accordion solo by
Wenzel Eberhardt. Mr. Weir made one of
his crisp, enjoyable speeches. We were also
favorably impressed by the new principal,
Mr. E. W. Alexander. Margaret Euerst
119411 was chairman of the program com-
At this meeting Paul Mulcahy, whose
prodigious efforts made it such a success, re-
signed as president, and Charles Cirippi was
voted in as his successor. Lucille McCann was
re-elected secretary, and Robert Wellman was
After the election, Cirippi pleaded that it
was impossible for him to take the presidency
because of his status as a busy G. I. college
student. Miss McCann also insisted on re-
signing as secretary since she is to be out of
the city this summer. At a hurry-up emer-
gency meeting the following agreed to take
over for the rest of the year:
Preslidenl ............,............, ...NORMAN PARKER, '27
319 N. Fourth Street-CH. 5787
Vice-President .........,.......,.......,. PAUL MULCAHY, '39
1710 Bacon Street-JE. 9544
Vice-President ........................... ,... ....... M A RY BUTLER
2922 Harper Street-FR. 2120
Treasurer .............................. ROBERT WELLMAN, '42
263521 Hebert Street-FR. 4588
Corresponding Secretary ........ CHARLES S. GRIPPI, '44
1035 N. Eighth Street-GA. 5616
Recording Secretary ,.,,,.....,,.......,,....,.. VEST DAVIS, '09
Central High School-JE. 7949
The Nlilce Walker Dinner
Early during the winter, plans were under
way to give a testimonial dinner to Central's
most famous coach, Michael W. CMikeD
Walker, who retired last September. A com-
mittee consisting of Joseph E. Holland.
Stratford Lee Morton, Sidney Maestre. Al-
fred Eleishman, and James E. CJimmyj Con-
zelman, was selected to set the date and make
the arrangements. The Alumni Association
officers gave their full cooperation, and the
dinner was held at the Chase Hotel on March
27, 1947. It was a grand reunion attended
by many of Central's famous old grads, who
turned out in force to pay tribute to their
Alma Mater and to their beloved coach and
friend, Mike Walker. Many letters and tele-
grams poured in from those who were unable
to be present. Dozens of tributes were paid
to Mike for his gentlemanly qualities and
sportsmanship. He responded with a fine talk
that displayed his characteristic modesty and
sincerity. Talks were also made by Presi-
dent Putney of the Board of Education, Supt.
Hickey, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Ben H. Barr.
Stratford Morton, Talty O'Connor, and Wil-
lis Johnson of the Globe-Democrat. The
chicken dinner was good, too. Mr. Walker's
main suggestion was that Central should have
a magnificent new building in which to cele-
brate its 100th anniversary in 1953.
COMMITTEE FOR "MIKE" WALKER DINNER
Seated, left to right: Stratford L. Morton. Mr. Walker, Sidney Maestre.
Standing: Joseph F. Holland, Alfred Fleishman, William Taggart.
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