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

 - Class of 1935

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CENTRAL JUNIOR ,M ANNUAL REFLECTOR nmiiiiu new The gentle mind by gentle deeds is knowng For a man by nothing is so well betrayed As by his manners.-Spenser -M411 12 ya-

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WB!! CENTRAL Brusehafer, Leona Brutkiewicz, Florence Buchanan, Marion Burden, Marjorie Burns, Ruth Ca1'rick, Pauline Carrigan, Donabelle Carter, Catherine Christ, Cecilia Christ, Marie Colthorp, Isabel Cook, Catherine Clabaugh, Lola Cooper, Ruth Corsaut, Olivanna Cushman, Lois Dabek, Rita Dahmer, Betty Dargis, June Dees, Della DeLude, Gladys Dillon, Dorothy Doak, Elizabeth Douglas, Frances Dower, Marion Duquette, Erma Dutkowski, Mary Duve, Mildred Eastman, Flora Ehlert, Elizabeth Eierman, Dorothy Eimers, Kathleen Eimers, Ruth Evans, Lessie Ewald, Germaine Feet, Carol Findlay, Alma Finlay, Ann Fischer, Betty Fischer, Emma Fishaber, Hulda Forsythe, Virginia Francis, Wanda Francisco, Florence Frisch, Elizabeth Fuller, Florence Gamble, Jewell Gaudreau, Lauretta Gehrls, Virginia Germain, Marjorie Getty, June Gilbert, Marion Godwin, Patricia Goepp, Corrine Gollin, Rosemary Gordon, Laura Graham, Leona Graham, Vivian Gray, Evelyn Greuling, Reva Hales, Lois Hall, Mary JUNIOR ANNUAL UQg"Q vJ0 9A Class El'lI'OlllfIlel'lt"-'COI1fiI'll1ed Hallman, Luella Hardt, Lela Hare, Esther Haremski, Helen Haremski, Margaret Harrington, Lorraine Hartman, Ella Hartman, Ellen Hartung, Elaine Healey, Margaret Hegler, Dorothy Hemmeter, Vera Hemstreet, Mary Hill, Jean Ellen Hodges, Alberta Hofman, Erica Huebner, Nora Huntley, Elizabeth J ames, Annie James, Lily May Jones, Jeannette Kartz, Anna Kazmerski, Bernice Kelley, Gaile Kelley, Virginia Kern, Dorothy Keyser, Frances Kniebbe, Frances Koch, Norma Korpal, Frances Krieg, Norma Krueger, Gretchen Kuhlman, Dorothy Kurecka, Mildred Kuster, Irma Kuznicki, Hedwig Lange, Verna Langham, Docela Lasecki, Leona Lash, Rose Laude, Mary Laughlin, June Lee, Edna Lee, Phyllis Le Gear, Doris Leppeck, Alice Leppert, Merilla Lewis, Agnes Likam, Virginia Lilja, Marjorie Litkowski, Evelyn Loible, Helen Lojck, June London, Louise Longley, Violet Lum, Mary McCarty, Lillian McCrindle,Dorothy McFarland, Dorothy McGill, Geneva McNally, Mary MfeNicol, June Maertz, Emma Maertz, Linda Mainolfi, Angeline Malicoat, J erlene Manchester, Ellen Matusenski, Nellie Meacham, Luella Meeks, Marjorie Metevia, Frieda Michalski, Virginia Miller, Betty Miller, Ozemary Milne, Daisy Minnie, Rhea Mitts, Doris Mocny, Evelyn Moon, Helen Morgan, Mabel Morgan, Virginia Morrison, Marjorie Neuanfeldt, Joyce Norton, Leonore Osborn, Helen Packard, Erma Pacquette, Frances Parkin, Leonare Patow, Ruth Patterson, Beatrice Patzwaldt, Dorothy Paulilck, Julia Perkins, Ester Perry, Margaret Pfaff, Marion Pine, Mary Plater, Elaine Pacocke, Loretta Pohlman, Betty Porath, Arlene Porterfield, Margaret Pratt, Betty Pringle, Mary Pritchard, Mary Purman, Frances Reid, Margaret Reinert, Helen Rice, June Rieder, Elaine Riska, Helen Rivett, Clara Robinett, Lillian Robinson, Etheleen Robinson, Irene Rodriquez, Lupe Rohloff, Frances Rohloff, Emma Rolfe, Mary Ross, Marie Ruff, Ursula Ruffertshafer, Lillian Saffo-rd, Betty Safford, Beverly Sahr, Elinor Breathcs there a 'man with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said, This is my own, my native land ! -Scott -Mflllfir REFLECTOR B95 Salmer, Helen Sampson, Thelma Sands, Bernice Sawicki, Anna Schaberg, Bernice Schindlbeck, Mildred Schramke, Jeannette Schroeder, Mary Jane Sieroslawski,Vi1-ginia Silkworth, Barbara Sims, Christin Sindlinger, Arlene Smith, Helen Smokoska, Angeline Sny, Margaret Snyde, Winifred Stone, Ruth Mary Streb, Mytrle Strobel, Iola Stubbe, Lucille Sumera, Lu-cille Sural, Rosemary Swanton, Veronica Sweet, Gladys Sweet, Lois Zissler, Linda Szewc, Ann Szott, Eleanor Szynwelski, Loretta Thompson, Betty Tomkoviak, Gertrude Tomkoviak, Irene Tonks, Dorothy To1'ongo, Betty Troy, Mary Twarozynski, Blondine Unger, Millicent Urbanowski, Cecilia Voise, Dorothy Vollmart, Nina Wacker, Ann Walters, Reva Watson, Nettie Webber, Lois Wehner, Elsie Weighman, Marie Wesson, Mary Wheeler, Marion Wickes, Nancy ' Wierzibicki, Annellese Williams, Lavern Williams, Elzora Wilson, Marjorie Wuckert, Dorothy Wysopal, Frances Yahn, Beatrice Yanni, Belinda Yauck, Bertha Yockey, Geraldine Ysberg, Harriet Zabelski, Christine Zimmerman, Norene Walter Crampton



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CENTRAL JUNIOR QV ANNUAL REFLECTOR we nmfiffil-ken we Class Will My Friends, Romans, and Conntrymen : E, the 9A class of '35, of Central Junior High School, having reached the end of our career here with great success and expectancy, hereby make, publish,and assert this writing to be our last will and testament, to abrogate and make null all other wills by us heretofore made. As to our real, personal, mixed possessions and estate,we hand down to posterity and bestow in the following manner: Item No. 1: We give to Mr. Meyers, our faculty advisor, in years to come an intelligent Reflector Club who will ensue in writing as- tounding articles as we hoped to do. , Item No. 2: We leave to Mr. Chaffee the management of another prosperous school year. CDO not spare the rod.l Item No. 3: We give to our beloved Audi- torium teachers, Mr. Huber and Mr. Miller, some brilliant actors in producing successful plays in the future. U Item Nu. 4: We give to Mr. Cowan and his wife to be, lots of health, happiness and pros- perity during their married life. !Keep your word Mr. Cowan. Don't teach your children to say "goo" or "ga," if you ever have any.J I Item No. 5: To the gym teachers, Mr. Stoner, Mr. Roush, Miss Dailey and Miss Trussel we give a champion baseball, basketball, soccer- ball and volleyball team who will show good spirit. Item No. 6: To every pupil, boy or girl, we give our worthiness for "Doing Right," Kas we have done this yearj Item No. 7: The following we hope will be valuable assets to those who are luckiest in receiving them. 1. To the music department the ability of Rita Dabek and her wonderful voice. CMay she be a famous opera star some day.J 2. William Ditz's art talent. 3. To the basket ball team next year the ability of Chiesi, Zach, Wrona, Russell and Wisniewski. 4. Ruth Patow's all HAH card. 115. Arnold Zapoleon who thinks he knows it a . 6. Central's gift to the girls, such as Zach, Kampfert, White, Chmielewski and Marwood Weber. . 7. Nettie Watson's volleyball ability. 8. Morley Wallace and Margaret Colvin's directing ability. Item No. 8: We give to Mr. Rhodes a class who will type 100 words a minute, no errors and constantly looking at their copy. QWe couldn't.J Item No. 9: To Mr. Mitchell we hand down a prosperous French class, who will have a entente cordiale of French. CEn attendant je ne sois quoi ??J Item No. 10: Lastly, which is hardest for all of us to part with, we leave our blessings, tender memories of our true association together, and sincere friendship forever. In Witness Whereof we, the class of '35, seal and subscribe our names this 14th of June, one thousand, nine hundred and thirty-five, A. D. Witnesses: Faculty The 9th Grade, V Principal Respectfully submitted, Ass. Principal Angeline Smokoska QJOVD Tommy's Entry Grandpa's got his team of Percherons To exhibit at the fair, Grandma has her quilts and antiques, Planning to display them there. Dad has cows and sheep and farm crops, He will put them on display, Mother has some rugs and china. Working on them every day. Brother Bob, just home from college, He has honey and some bees: I Brags so much, and so I told him, "You'll get stung if you take these,' Sister Mary, just through high school, Is canning fruit and making jell, Pies and cakes! When she gets married, 'Bet she'll feed her husband swell! Dick and Jean, they're still in high school, ' Have their Four H club work there, Corn and beans and pigs and chickens, We'll have truckloads, I declare! Baby sister, sweet and pretty, Bur mischievous little elf, 'Course, we think she'll be a winner! Says, " I'm going to try myself !" Then, there's me, and I'm just Tommy, Ten years old and freckled, too. Haven't got a thing to take there, And I've looked the whole list through. Betty Jane-my girl friend-asked me, "What'1l you take?" and tossed a curl. I said, "lf they'd offer prizes, I'd take you as my Best Girl ! " Alice Meyforth QJO-KD Whoever is not too wise, is wise.-Martial. -'H'f13l4+

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