Central Junior High School - Reflector Yearbook (Saginaw, MI)

 - Class of 1927

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Retrospect ELL, here I am a fourth edition of the old Pictorial Reflector, only I'm a little differ- ent from the "Old Man." I've got all of his advantages, to be sure, with a lot of brand new ideas. My origin came from a Mr. Arthur P. Smith who was Central Junior High's first printing instructor and who is now in Mount Clemens High School. He claims me as "his child" and as a proper foster father should be, is always interested in my welfare. The ancestors of me were all famous in their day, and it is up to me to keep up the family reputation. Our family motto always was, "Offwith the old and on with the new." That's why our covers are always of a different color, and our designs are perpetually changing. My great grandfather, Reflector I, had the shades of our coat of arms on the cover, brown and cream as many of my steadfast friends will recollect. Then my grandfather Reflector II, came 1nto being adorned in gaudy garments, a pastime with him, consequently a purple cover Just suited him. Preceding me and following my grandfather is naturally my father. He re- ceived more attention than any of his predeces- sors by donning a yellow uniform upon which a picture of the school we all attend, the C. J. H. S. is printed. I personally maintain, however, that I am the best ever. A grey cover proves that I have ex- cellent taste and it also behooves me to say that the big "C" I am proud to wear represents "Central" and not the marks that students com- monly get in scholarship or citizenship. Can you beat it? Popularity toward me is increasing by leaps and bounds, so fast, in fact that I keep every- one "hopping" to obtain enough material to sat- isfy admirers. The principal reason for my increasing popularity is thatpupils have finally realized that I am a paper, of the students by the students, and for the students. I have a great deal of creative work, my monthly column Hmfith the Poets" being one of the most not- a e. The cost of me is comparatively small now, and my smaller monthly relations are distributed free. The same would be done with me, but the pictures and engravings which I contain cost a great deal of money and the twenty-five cents each one pays helps to defray my cost and the remaining amount is supplied by the shows given in the Auditorium regularly. As you have no doubt noticed, the Refiector family has never been cheapened by advertis- ing, a distinct advantage over many of my numerous neighbors, who must resort to this 8 means in order to make themselves a paying proposition. Of course there are play and sports advertising but we make nothing Whatever from the actual "ad" itself. In turning over my pages slowly, you note that I am dedicated to Miss Jessie Loomis, then follow some of the "higher ups" together with the imposing views of the faculty and various student gatherings. Many years from now you may be showing antiques to your grandchildren when you run across me and you proudly point to your old chums remarking, "See, Susie, there's Tommy Jones, the star first baseman of the Yankees. I can remember the day when he muffed every ball that came his way." It's almost time for my vacation, and I be- lieve I'll take it when you students do, so that you won't miss me, and I will be "always on deck" to serve you. When you "fellows" are out camping, touring, tenting or whatever you do, I will be recuperating in the bottom drawer of somebody's desk or possibly exchanged with the paper of some other school. But that has never worried us in the least, as we are all broad minded and realize how much more we shall be worth when "dug out" by "little sonny" in one of his mischievious moods. Or if I come into my own at another school, I do not only in- crease my own education but give my friends in far off states hints for developing their liter- ature. I shall hope to meet you all again next year, Knot the 9A's of course, for I could not be so cruel hearted as to wish anyone to stay behind six months for my special benefit but those lower than the aforesaid grade and the 7B's who will enter in a few months. Soon I must say "good-bye" as the "sa-sigh- a-tee" say it, "so long" as the most of us bid fare- well, "au revoir" similarly to the French, and "ta ta" the Way I am led to believe that it is said in parts of Europe. The next time that we meet again, we will both be at least two months older and you'll be well mosquito bitten and sunburned. The policyof those backing me is to have a bigger and better paper, and any stories, "fishy" or otherwise are always welcome. If, perchance, you experience extraordinary occurrences dur- ing vacation, hand them in immediately to some one of the advisors and if it is a good composi- tion you will have it printed. It not only gives you a good reputation and plenty of practice in essay and story writing, it also raises your mark in English and gives your English teacher a great deal less to worry about, besides think of the glory of seeing your name in print. John R. Banister

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, 5. f , 3 'J xc Q. bitch-A------Alfa TEV '1 wi-.s........-- wvi- :fgpftl 'er ll Ii 1' L C 'I' uw R l A u xi I I n 1 L ' O '2 Reflector Club and Staff The Reflector Reporters' Club HIS organization is practically the only one in which the members work entirely for the benefit of the school and no one who does not care to or is not capable of writ- ing is eligible. x Every one who has been at Central long enough recollectsthe search which used to be made and the coaxing of students by teachers to obtain sufficient material to make a decent sized Reflector. As a result of all this the Reflector Reportors' Club was organized. It assembles once each week in room 201 at clearing hour and is sponsored by Miss Flanders, an English teacher who naturally is very capable of carrying on such work. Although meeting only once each week, its members write and submit articles for publication every day, Occasionally the same topic is given to more than one pupil and as each tries to have the best article, essays of a very high quality are consequently obtained. VVhen miscellaneous "write-ups" are given to reporters, an endeavor is made to give one in which they are well versed. An article on the Band would of course not be given to one who knew nothing about music, any more than a person would be given "Dr, Zola's Magic" who had not visited the Fun Festival. The Club's motto is: A bigger and better Reflector, and with this end in mind. the club has prospered. There is a different reporter for every activity and topicg one for jokes, chapel, band, clubs-all activities are covered. The club not only lives up to its motto Cwe at one time had so much material that it all could not be printed in one issuel but gives its mem- bers good practical experience in writing which may prove beneficial in later years, makes them better known and in many instances has raised English marks. If there is ever any doubt in your mind as to which club to join and you are a good Writer, don't hesitate a second but join our good old Re- flector Reporters' Club! It'll do us all good and pep up the school spirit which seems to be slack- ing a bit of late. John R. Banister Girls' Business Club HE meeting of the Girls' Business Club on April 12,was very interesting. The speaker was Mr. Monday, superintendent of the Tanner Store. His speech was on "Success" "There isn't anything in life that succeeds like success. You are your own success. The brain is a wonderful mechanism which makes up your success. I Things that make you what you are, are the brains. ' Right thinking is important. We should have a purpose and an aim in life and also a will to do things. There isn't anything that will take the place of work. In order to reach success you must wait and not get tired of waiting. We may be looking forward to success, but do not look at it now in that way but am I successful now? This is your opportunity. Our will is just as important to us as the compass is to the boat. We steer for ourselves our own course in life and we can arrive at our destination as we will. Life is full of impulses and power and it will never be greater than it is this very day. The brain is a power of suggestion Where one thought is interlinked with another as in a chain. Henry Ford said: "If anybody wants to work hard he can duplicate my success." The talk was enjoyed by all .and we hope to hear him again. Ruth Hofmeister L? G' PJ 'lf f 'K Q 4 ng----M --e - - -H-.-e-W------,Q--- 9 v ----- W -Yee 36',.,QX

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