Central High School - Red and Black Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1949

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ur Ninety - Sixth Veer tary, Arlene Dode: treasurer, Pat Stempfel: and sergeant-at-arms, Earl James. The sponsor, Miss Friedman, was also chosen. Mr. Joe Tanaka, a former Centralite, visited his alma mater in March to speak at a special auditorium session. Four Central students-Philip Fleet, Edna Schwartz, Patricia Rogers, and Clem Hei- tert-participated in the Junior Town Meeting. April arrived, and with it came the presen- tation of the Pan-American play by the Span- ish classes, an annual affair at Central. An Easter concert was given by the music groups on Holy Thursday. One hundred and thirty- seven seniors received their ribbons on Color Day, April 22. The new seniors held their Hrst party at the Downtown Y. W. C. A. A Clean-Up parade was held at Central on April 27. Thomas Szarzynski won the Clean-Up Essay Contest, the Toastmasters took first in the float contest, and Richard Costello won the photo contest. 0--o--o--a--o-r-0--4.4.4-.q.fq..o .g...........g........... SENSE AND NONSENSE I want to be a Faculty. And be allowed to sit, Upon a little platform, And never work a bit. Naval Reserve: Vv'hy do they have knots on the ocean instead of miles? Old Salty: Well, you see, they couldn't have the ocean tide if there were no knots. Civics Teacher: Vwfhat do we mean by "homicide"? Student: W'hen a person kills himself at home. Librarian: Isn't this book obsolete? Frosh: No, it was that way when I got it. May was an especially important month for several reasons. The Toastmistress Banquet was held Thursday, May 5, at the Downtown Y. M. C. A. Its theme: A'I.et's Go A-Mother- ing." The Central cindermen made a fine show- ing at the State Track Meet held at Columbia. Missouri, on May 14. They came in second, just a few points behind the Kirkwood team. On May 27, a memorial tablet, containing the names of Central students who died in World War II, and designed by Mr. Walker Han- cock, an eminent alumnus of Central, was dedi- cated. The tablet was unveiled by Don Fritz and Joan Allison. On May 23 the girls of the senior classes enjoyed a Good Grooming Clinic. On the night of May 27 the Track Team again upheld the honor of the Red and Black in the St. Louis High School Field Day, Events scheduled in June include the appear- ance of the yearbook on June 13, Central's one hundred sixty-second graduation program on June 15, and the closing of school on June 17. LITTLE THEATRE GROUP First Row: J. Georgie, D. Kelleher. E. Burroughs. D. Beveridge, Second Row: R. Heber, L. Oelkers. M.Fr.1n- cois, P. Dohrmann, C. Halford. Third Row: Miss Pierce, D. Hyde, A. Dude. ff. f.raine, E, Schwartz.

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The Christmas spirit was prevalent at Cen- tral throughout the month of December. The seniors held a Christmas Party at the Down- town Y. W. C. A. on December tenth. The students filled eighty Xmas stockings for the patients of Malcolm Bliss Hospital. A Christ- mas program was given in the aud to climax the activities of December. Its theme was "Christmas Shopping Early." January, as always, was an eventful month. The Senior Prom was held on the twenty-first at the DeSoto Hotel. Commencement took place on the twenty-sixth, at which time Ruth Schultz was presented the Washington Uni- versity scholarship, and Warren Kieffer received the Clifford Marik Trophy, At the beginning of the second semester Cen- tral's oldest club, the Boys' Literary Society, was merged with the Junior Toastmasters' Club, and the Ciirls' Literary Society was merged with the Telesis Junior Toastmistress Club, "Happy birthday to you." "Happy birthday to you." So sang the students of Central at a CENTRAL FORUM First Row: J. O'Brien. F, Newman. G. Miller. R. Havener, J. Sampson, Second Row: C. Crane, G. X.Vebb, VJ. Ruhland, S. Hagebusch, Miss Doyle. Achievements o special aud session held on February eleventh. Vv'hose birthday? Why, Central's of course! It was her ninety-sixth. Also in February, a Lunchroom Essay Contest was held, of which Shirley Stoving was the winner. Mr. Seipp, Central's driving teacher, joined the faculty. Doris Kieffer represented Central in the Ameri- can Legion Oratorical Contest. Early in the month of March, the seniors and new seniors elected their officers. The seniors chose Lou Aiello for president, Mary Johanningmeier as vice-president, Pearl Catan- zaro as secretary, and Paul Bono for treasurer. The new seniors elected Charlie Smith, presi- dent: Marge DeSimone, vice-president: Cathe- rine Marzuco, secretary: and Bill Guth, treas- urer. The Student Council also elected its offi- cers for the new term. They were: President, Don Fritz: vice-president. June Nlarten: secre- ........,.. ,.....,.......................g.....,........g..,..g........,.....,................... SENSE AND NONSENSE Teacher Cto studentjz "You're not fit for decent company! Come up here with me." A word or clause may now and then Have meanings strange and varied: But it isn't a wooden wedding when A pair of Poles are married. One of the down-town clothiers has this advertisement in his window: "We agree to give our customers Hts." Why should a duck not cross the road? It would be a fowl proceeding.



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