Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1924
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J. O. Cook ............ .... S nperintendent
W. H. Brown, Principal ....... .... M athematicf
Gladys M. Glazier, Secretary
Dora M. Armstrong ......... ............ ..... H i story, Englifh
Alice W. Churchill. . . . . . Head of Moderii Language Department
Mary A. Cook ..... .......,.,............ F rench, Latin
Walter E. Fairrnan. .
Isabel Field .......
Ruth w. Henry ....
Marion C. slohnson. .
Mary R. Morley. . .
Ruth Newton. . . ..
Emelyn G. Nickerson ....
Laura E. Panebaker.
Helen W. Parkis. . .
Edith L. Pinnick. . . .
Utis C. Severance. . .
Wenona L. Shattuck.
Leland W. Smith ....
Alfred L. Tower. . .
Elizabeth A. Tracy. .
Prof.. W. P. Bigelow.
. . . . Head of Commercial Department
. . . .Freehand
Drawing, Interior Decorating
. . . . . . . .Commercial Snbjectt
Head of Clewiee! Department
. . . . .BioZogy, General Science
Dorneftie Science Department
.Phyfical Education for Girly
. . . . Head of Englifh Departmeni
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Editor-in-Chief .... ,,,' H glen Brown
Affociate Editor! .... . . . Ruth Graham
Literary Editor .......... .... M aud Marshall
Editor of Art and Statirtief. . . .... Theresa Van Rensselaer
Athleticr Editor ..... .... E dwin Simpson
Adoertifingv Manager .,.. . . .Kenneth Osmun
Bufinefr Manager ..... . . .Carl Hill
The Gold Bug Staff was elected early in Qctober that there might be plenty
of time for the task at hand. Work was immediately commenced. By the end
of the month, the photo material was already. At this rate of speed, it looked
as though the entire book would be finished in a very short time, but we spoke
too soon. As several members of the class were a bit reluctant to have their pic-
tures taken, the material had to wait several months until these bashful ones had
overcome their modesty.
Then, the prophet, considering his unrecompensed work a bit irksome, took
it into his head to go to the hospital for three weeks. There he rested his weary
bones in comfort, while the future of 1924 remained untold. This was too great a
temptation for the editor of statistics, but she was more lenient, and stayed out
only a week.
During the spring vacation in March, a large part of the book was sent to the
printer. There then remained the task of obtaining the last few write4ups, and
this was found most difficult.
The write-up for the ujunior Play,', somewhat socially inclined, traveled first
to Northampton, then to church, and lastly to the gutter before it finally wandered
together with the Class Will, which also had difficulty in arriving, into the out-
stretched hands of those who had been waiting so long for them. But "Patience
hath its rewardf,
Toward the last of April, the last few pages were procured from their authors,
typed by our faithful Annie Zak, and then speedily dispatched to the printer.
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QQ WARNER HARRIS CARTER
Baldwinsville, Nlassachusetts, November 7, 1905
if Class President C45
Drarnatics Club C45
2' Student Council C45
Swimming Team C45
Qf A Class Basketball C45
lie Baseball C45
Future : Nlasssacliusetts Agriculture College
1 "The heart to conceive, zhf 'lL7'LCZ7L"7'.YZd7Zd1:71g to dimfcl,
the hand to cfxeculff'-ju11iu5.
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EARL LAWRENCE KNIGHT
Amherst, Massachusetts, July 29, 1906
Junior Play C35
Vice-President of Class
Student Council Q45
Dramatics Club C45
Class Basketball C45
Future: Temple University
J 'cG00d humor only ffazclmi' charmf to lan
Still 7lldkr?J' new couqueftf and 7'lZfLi7l,l'Cli'71J' Ihr part."
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MARY ELIZABETH GREEN
Hartford, Connecticut, August 4, l907
Pin Committee C15
Nlathematics Club C25
Social Committee Q35
Secretary-Treasurer of Class C35 Q45
Student Council C35 C45
Dramatics Club C35 Secretary C45
Girls' Club C15 C25 C35 Q45
Future: Mouilt Holyoke College
"She Zoolef af clear
Af inorninff rofef, newly wa5h'd with dew." S
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FREDERICK GEORGE ALLEY
Newburyport, Massachusetts, March 20, 1907
Class Football CU C23
Class Basketball CU C25 C3j
"Enter late' than ntwr."-Dio11y,f'iu.r.
ALB1oN DAVIS Ai,1,if1N
mlierst, Massachusetts, August 27, 1905
Pin Committee C17
Class President CID
junior Play Stage Klanager C3j
ice-President of Class C35
Student Council C3D
Science Club C35
Basketball Manager C-lj
Gold Bug S1alfC-lj
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BERNARD RICHARD BERNARD
Atlantic City, New jersey, july 30. 1906
Class Football CU
Class Basketball CU C25 C35
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ELIZABETH MAGDALENE BOGUSLAWSK1
Amherst, Massachusetts, August 10, 1908
Girls, Club C15 C25 C35 C45
Glee Club C35 C45
Dramatics Club C35 C45
"Fair wordf glezddeiz. 50 izzarzy a heart." '
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HELEN EDNA BROWN A i
XRD CORNELIA BASSET CHURCH
New Paltz, New York, July 21, 1906
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Future: Framingham Normal
"Fine thouglizf are wealzflzfi-Bailey.
Amherst, Massachusetts, October 10, 1906
Class Secretary-Treasurer C25
Class President C35
junior llay Committee C35
Junior Play Business 1Xf1anager C35
Junior Dance Committee C35
Reception Committee C35
Glee Club C35
Girls, Club C15 C25 C35 C-15
Social Committee C35
Graphic Staff C25 C35 C45
Student Council C25 C35 C-15
Editor-in-Chief of Gold 'Bug C-15
l Future: Home
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NIARCIA GROVER CHURCH
Ashfield, hlassachusetts, April 17, l908
Vice-President of Klathernatics Club QD
Dramatics Club UD
Girls' Club C21 Q35 C-lj
President of Debating Club CHU
" They ffrw God well
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EILEEN KATHERINE CROVVLEY
Amherst, Massaclriisetts, March 28, 1907
Glee Club QD
Girls' Club CU CZD Q31 C-lj
Science Club UD
Basketball CU C25
Future: Westfleldl Normal School
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EDWIN HARRIS DICKINSON
North Amherst, lvlassachusetts, December 21, 1905
x Class Basketball Q31
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"lily tongue within my Zipf I Min,
For who mlkf niuclz mnit talk in vain."-Gay.
5 MILDRED GRACE I-IARDAKER
Greenfield, Massachusetts, August 12, 1907
i Girls' Club C11 Q2j C31
,V Mathematics Club C25
l Future: Undecided
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RUTH WINIFRED GRAHAM
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, October 16, 1908
Girls' Club CID C21 C35 Q41
Mathematics Club C23 A. ,
Dramatics Club C35 C41
Reception Committee C35
Junior Play Committee UD
Junior Play C35
Graphic Staff UD HD
Prize Speaking Q25 HD
Gold Bug Stall C45
Debating Club C41
Future: Wellesley College
"Mind if cz kingdom to the nian who gallzfrftli hir
pleafuwr from idacz.v.,'- Tupper.
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CARL EUGENE HILL
Amherst, Massachusetts, October 31, 1905
President of Mathematics Club C21
Science Club C35
Class Basketball C25
Gold Bug Staff C-H
Future: Northeastern University
" He flepf riglzt forward, mariial in lzzfr air
. Iliffnrnz and mow'n1f'11l."-Coopfr.
HAROLD jAMES KENNEDY
Melrose, Massachusetts, December 29, 1905
Class Basketball UD
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Science Club Llj
Glcc Club Qlj
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HELEN JEANETTE LAB RGVITZ
Amherst, Massachusetts, July 26, 1907
Glee Club C11 .
Girls' Club C11 C21 C31 C41
Basketball C11 C21 C31 C41
Tennis Club C41
Junior Play C31
Prize Speaking C31
Dramatics Club C31 C41
Future: Goucher College
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Which only port: lerrowf'-Cowper.
MAUD ALICE MARSHALL
East Lansing, Michigan, July 15, 1907
Girls' Club C11 Treasurer C21 Vice-President C31
Dramatics Club C31
Pin Committee C11
Secretary-Treasurer of Class C11
Prize Speaking C21
Junior Dance Committee C31
Junior Play Property Manager C31
Orchestra C31 C41 Librarian C31
Student Council C21 C41
Graphic Stall C31 Editor-in-Chief C41
Basketball C11 C41
Gold Bug Staff C41
Future: Radcliffe College
"Wifdom and goodmff: are twin-born, one
Muft hola' both fistfrf, rzfvfr .teen apart."
ANNIE AGNES LANDRY
Amherst, Massachusetts, March 16, 1906
Girls, Club C11 C21 C31 C41
Glee Club C11
Junior Play C31
Dramatics Club C41
Social Committee C41
Civics Club Treasurer
Basketball C41 Captain and N4anager
"Care to our cojin addr zz nail, no doubt,
And awry grin, f0 mfrry, draws om' oulf'
Uhr cgnlh Engl
Waterbury, Connecticut, June 2-I, 1905
Mathematics Club CZD
Science Club Q25 C31 C-ID
Junior Play C35
Dramatics Club I-lj
Graphic Stall HD
Gold Bug Stall HD
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LIVERETT JXl,FRl'llD KIl'RR,fXY
Amherst, Rlassacliusetts, February 24, 1907
Class Football III
Class Basketball UI
Dramatics Club C33
Junior Play C31
Future: Temple University
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LOUISE YI RGINLX Pl'1'l"I'YhlOleIX
Springlicld, Xlasszicliusctls. December 22. 1906
Girls' Club 'HI
lfuturcz Wlesllicltl Normal
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CAROLYN FIDELIA PUTNEY
Leverett, Blassaehusetts, December 5, 1903
Future: Undecided A
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Future: Ofliee VVorlc
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KENNETH NORMAN REED
Amherst, Nlassaelrusetts, Deeem
Class Football CZD
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Amherst Massachusetts Decemb r ZS 1906
Class Football ZH
Swlmnung Team lj
Student Councll 4
boc1al Comm1ttee 4
Gold Bug Stall C45
Dramatlcs Club C2 3
Football Manager lb
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Clrls Club C-ll
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HOWARD RICH STEVER
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5' 'M' WON Marblehead, Massachusetts, March 25, 1906
Graphic Stall Q45
Manager Football Team Q15
" There wat a little mart, and he had ez little foul
And he mid, 'Little Soul, let uf try, try, tryf "
HERMAN EDMON STOCKWELL
Amherst, Massachusetts, January 14, 1905
Basketball C35 C45
Football C45 Captain
ROBERT EDWARD STILES
Arnherst, Massachusetts, February 11, 1906
Mathematics Club Q25
" How Jweet and graeiouf even in eommon Jpeeeh
If that ine fenfe which men fall Courtetyf'
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MARGARET ANNE SULLIVAN
Amherst, Nlassacbusetts, june S, 190
Girls' Club C15 C25 C33 President C45
Dramatics Club C25 C31 President C40
Glee Club CID CZJ
Social Committee UD
Junior Dance Committee UD
Senior Reception Committee UD
junior Play Committee C35
Junior Play C31
Graphic Stall C42
Student Council C45
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THERESA LOUISE VAN RENSSEL,-XER I'
Springlield, Rlasszicliusetts, September 25, 1906
Girls, Club UD C-lj
Gold Bug Stull. C-ll
Future: Bridgewater Normal
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MILTON YOUNG WARNER
Holyoke, lWassachusetts,' May 24, 1906
Future: Northeastern University
" He who haf lived quietly, haf lived wellf,-Ovid.
GRACE ELAINE WEILER
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, January 7, 1907
Girls' Club C15 C25 C35 C45 '
Glee Club C15 C25
Treasurer of Mathematics Club C25
Treasurer of Dramatics Club C35
" ThE7'K,.Y language in her eye, her elieele, her lip
Nay, lier foot fpealeff'-Slzaleerpeare.
GRACE MARGUERITE WHIPPLE
Amherst, hlassachusetts, September'5, 1905 '
Girls' Club C15 C25 C35 C45
Glee Club C15 C25
Mathematics Club C25
Basketball C35 C45
" Her body war 50 flight,
It :eemed she could have floated in the fleyf'
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FREDERICK DAVID WRIGHT
Amherst, Massachusetts, July 17, 1907
Class Basketball CID
Mathematics Club QD
"A moral, .vemilyle and well-lmfd ma1z:."--Cowper.
LAVVRENCE HENRY WHITE
Amherst, lN4assachusetts, Nlay 3, 1908
Class Basketball CZD C31
Future: Amherst College
"Formed on zhe good old plan
A true and brave and downriglzt lzoufrf mon."
MARION ,xG,xTHix wrsocici
North Amherst, Xlzxssachusctts, Klay 6, 1907
Girls' Club Q-U
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ANNIE NIARY ZAK
Sunderland, Nlassachusetts, July 17, 1907
Glee Club CU QD President C41
Girls' Club QZD QU
Graphic Stall? CLD
"AI rfrene mimi comfy from a quiet Ziff."
NIARY GORDON DAVIDSON
Fraserburgh, Scotland, December
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Mort Popular Girl. . .
Mort Popular Boy.
Most Brilliant Girl .,..
Mort Brilliant Boy. .
Bert Looking Girl ....
Best Looking Boy. . .
Best All Around Girl ....
Bef! All Around Boy
Glam Baby .........
S ltyeft .....
Peppieft .... .
Bluff. . .
Sunfhine. . .
Fafhion Plate. . . .
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Dreamer. . .
Favorite Teacher. . .
. . . . .Helen Brown
. . . . .Edwin Simpson
. . . . Maud Marshall
. . . .Lawrence White
. . . . . .Mary Green
. . . .Harold Kennedy
. . . . .Helen Brown
. . . . . . . . .Albion Allen
. . . .Carolyn Putney
. . . .Helen Labrovitz
. . . . .Grace Weiler
. . . . . . .Robert Sitles
. . . .Nlargaret Sullivan
. . . QlVIargaret Sullivan
. . . . .Anne Landry
. . . . .Kenneth Qsmun
. .Marguerite Whipple
. . . .Herman Stockwell
. . . .Frances Shaw
. . . . .lXtlilton Warner
. . . . .Frederick Alley
. . . . .Nliss Nickerson
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After the long, dreary summer of 1920 how glad we were to hear the school
bell's merrv tinkle calling us back to work. We were particularly happy because
we were going to enter "High Schoolla' However, as soon as we entered the build-
ing, we came to earth with a sudden jolt. 1n the halls were groups of our fellow
classmen, wide-eyed with wonder, awe, and fright, knowing neither what to do
nor whitther to go. How small and insignificant we felt under the scornful stares
of the Sophomores, the amused glances of the Juniors, and the condescending
manners of the Seniors who occasionally deigned to bestow upon us a few words of
wisdom and advicel
The first important event of the year was our class meeting at which we elected
Jack John for president, Robert Atkinson, vice-president, and hfaud hflarshall,
secretary and treasurer.
A Our next great day was November 4, when we chose our class pin from the
three selected by the committee consisting of Egbert Brown, Jack John, Robert
Atkinson, Mary Green, and Maud Marshall.
When Jack John left school in Nfarch, 1921, Robert Atkinson succeeded him
as president and Albion Allen was elected vice-president.
At the first class meeting of our Sophomore year we elected Dwight Strong as
president, Robert Moody, vice-president, and Helen Brown, secretary and treas-
urer. A little later the class dues were raised from five cents to ten cents in antici-
pation of the "Great Dayf' three years distant. After this we faded into the back-
ground and became nothing but scenery as far as the other classes were concerned.
At last we were Juniors, upper classmen, no longer to be looked down upon.
In preparation for the great year before us, we elected Helen Brown president
Albion Allen, vice-president, and lV1ary Green, secretarv and treasurer.
The Junior play, c'Come Gut of the Kitchenf, was very successfully presented
on April 25, 1923 f ll d
I , o owe in a few days by the Junior Dance. The only painful
memories of this year were our tw b f
in a competition of the classes.
o rave yet eeble attempts at cheering in assembly
Amherut I-Iigli Svrhnnl
hear the school
a happy because
:tered the build-
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:ever what todo
e scurnful stares
, :i few wnrdsol
'mich we elected
,.. pin from Ille
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A, eucceeded hlm
hviillll Strong at
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Ten of the Junior girls helped lVIrs. Gettell at a tea which she gave for the
Seniors in June. The reception which vve gave the Seniors was very successful
and much enjoyed.
As the last olliicers which as a class We were to choose, Warrior' Carter was
elected president, Earl Knight, vice-president, and lvTary Green, secretary and
In November We gave the Senior Dance, inviting the other classes.
The next time that We made our public appearance was in April at the Girls'
Competitive Gymnasium Demonstration in which the Senior girls Won the silver cup
Our graduation in June, though it Will be the end ofthe life ofthe Class of '24
in A. H. S., Will be the beginning of a new life for each one of us.
X Theresa Van Rensselaer.
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Amherst High Svrhnnl
TO THE SPIRIT or
on his Birthday, February 10, l923
A candle is snufled out that bravely burned
,And struggled all day long to keep its light,-
Holding its little point of flickering Hame
Within a house already chilled by coming night.
O gallant little llame that glowed so bright
From they soul's Windows, When the day Was drearl
Thou has warmed many hearts along the Way:
Thy slender shining makes the friendly path more clear
Nelene Groj' Gftiell.
TO THE MEMORY OF OUR CLASSMATE
Who died July 21, 1923
She is not dead, the child of our affection
But gone into that school
Where she no longer needs our poor protection
And Christ himself doth rule.
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HARRIS DICKINSON -ro ga.,-yn AFRIFA wn-O Honszs on HIS FAMOUS POE-r ns 1-ms must
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the follo'vving by due process ofthe law is a true copy of our last Will and testament.
To: Allan Elwell We surrender Margaret Sullivan's "bluff" that he may sooner
To: Jean Searle, a bit of our Marcia's modesty, that Jean may become a sedate
' To: "June" Walker, some of Maud Marshall's brilliancy, to make him an
'CAN StL1Cl6H't. E
To: Tubby Dreher, Herman StockWell's athletic ability, that he may acquire
To: The president of '25, some of Warner Carter's sophistication.
Albion Allen's permanent Wave to be shared by the junior girls aspiring to
To: Miss Henry We bequeath the class of '25 that she may have an appreciative
audience for her Monday morning bulletin lectures.
To: Miss Cook, We Will the "Graphic 0ff1ce" Wastebasket which had so great
an attraction for her this year. '
To: '25, Room 9, minus the Hoor, which We have picked up for hfliss Henry.
To: '26, best Wishes for a successful Junior Play.
To: '27, a rise of five cents in class dues.
To: '28, a glorious future with the purple and the gold.
To: our teachers and principal a heartfelt appreciation for their patience
and sympathy during our high school career.
In Wztneff Whereof We hereunto aflix our seal and signature on this the sev-
enteenth day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and
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. There was no twinkling, light-sign, no gorgeous bill board, no unique adver-
tisement walking around on stilts- Just a few hand-drawn postersito announce
our Junior play, fairly reeking with dialects, accents,broguesgoverflowingwith wit,
humor, comical antics, Havoring of charming love scenes, flowing with the arched
coquetry and clever badinage of Jane-Ellen. No publicity was needed, the mere
fact that NTLJ. P. Patterson coached it, it was the annualjunior play, and the mystify-
mg, title, 'cCome Out of the K1tChCH,,, lured the appreciative audience.
There was Ken Qsmun, as Burton Crane, the democratic, handsome north-
erner, who made, not only Jane-Ellen, but his whole feminine audience fall in
love with him. Crane's guest, the submissive Cora Faulkner, a spineless, pretty
girl, too highly sugared, was done perfectly by Jane Patterson. Anne Landry was
Mrs. Faulkner, the domineering mother of the nouveau-rich sort, a typical snob.
Henry Emerson, as Mr. Tucker, with his uthroaty exclamations, stiffened limbs
and 'cwould be young" emotions drew'many laughs from his audience. Tom
Lefferts, in love with Cora, was a funny eloquent poet-fellow, played by Asbury
Dunn. Randy VVeeks an uninteresting, practical southerner, always 'cputting
his foot in it', and unable to rise to an occasion, was played by Everett Murray.
Ah, here is our prize--lWandy, the fat, waddling, superstitious old colored mammy
faithful to her Hlady-baby,'7 Jane-Ellen, who was so delightfully, done by Ruth
Then, there were the Dangerfield children, belonging to a genuine southern
family, each one of whom, in order to save money forihis sick father,put his pride
in his pocket, rented the old homestead to a northerner and served as hired help.
Paul, changing from a quiet, southern gentleman, to a dignified English butler who
had served in the best families, was swell done by Carl Hill. Earl Knight played
the part of c'Brindy," a lovable, pugnacious, younger brother, quarreling constantly
with either Tucker, or his ill-tempered sister, Araminta, well acted by Helen
Labrovitz. Then there was Jane-Ellen whom I will not discuss, for do we not feel
a little contempt for Walt Whitman, when we read his poem beginning- MI sing
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JUNIGR PLAY CALENDAR
Try-outs, hoard of prancing Chaplins and meodramatists appear.
First rehearsal. Mr. Patterson tears his hair.
Carl Hill learns his first lesson in love making. CPretends he hatesit.j
Carl wishes he had never made the play.
'4Louder !Louder! Louder! Put it over the foot lights!"
Helen Labrovitz tires her jaw chewing "Araminta,s" gum.
Mr. Patterson gets sore and leaves.
Boys of cast get Huppishv and leave.
All remain throughout entire rehearsal.
Carl Hill learns to sing "Hot Time in the Old Town Tonightf'
Learns to skip a little too.D
Public Rehearsal for Aggie Two-Years.
8.00 Curtain rises.
8.30 Constant prompting. .
9.30 Peg chats with Ruth and forgets to enter.
9.33 Peg enters.
9.45 Peg and Helen get locked out.
10.00i Time for "Jane-Ellen to bring in coffeecups Chalf the
staff and stage managers are using them for ice creamj
10.30 Curtain balks-put out headlights!
10.35 Curtain pulls together.
Jane Patterson and Henry disappear. CSpring is coming.D
Boys stop getting dizzy. CA loving mother objected to smoking
at rehearsals-so did Mr. Brown.j
Dunny manages to say "clout," instead of "clu5et.'7
Hank "hums" and "hahs" and shouts "Undoubtedly" at every
Ken knocks Jane-Ellen off her feet. CMore lessons in love making
for Mr. Pattersonj
Earl Knight learns to whistle "My Qld Kentucky Home" in tune.
'ghel play did Htonlejs of good, musically speaking, for Earl and
Spring at its height! Henry. takes the girls riding in the "EsseX.,'
Ken IS sick with cold.
Half the cast has cold. CHandkerchief sale at Jackson and Cut-
9.00 Carl forgets he is in play and naps.
9.10 Carl Saunters in.
Flash 'of Broadway lights! Special feature! CThe play makes
a hlt-l Heads of cast swell twice their normal size.
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Soon after the school year began, the Dramatigs.. Club was formed, stimulating
a splendid interest among the students. It was' organized with the following
officers: President, Margaret Sullivan, '24, Secretary, Mary E. Green, '24, Treas-
urer, Rufus H. Thompson, '26: Program Committee, Joan Cooke, '25, Grace Weiler,
'24, Andrew Peters, '25, Property Manager, Dwight Strong,'25g Stage Manager,
William Dreher, '25, Costume Manager, Florence Sears, '25.
On Qctober 26, a very delightful masquerade party was held under the auspices
of the club. Miss Helena Goessman added to the enjoyment of the occasion by
telling several "ghost" stories.
The club was fortunate in having the opportunity to hear Mr. Harold Smart
give a dramatic reading of "Mrs. Bumstead Leigh," on November 19.
Considerable dramatic ability has been shown in the plays "Diego's Dream"
and "Love of a Bonnet," presented in assembly, and in "Tradition," which was
given at the Student Social. As many of the people taking parts in these plays
were underclassmen, there are line prospects for the Dramatics Club in coming
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The Girls' Club opened the year by electing the following officers:
Prefident, Nlargaret Sullivan '
Vice-Prefident, Florence Sears
Trearurfr, Grace Hardendorff
Secretary, Rosamond Churchill
The Club has been very active this year, enjoying an interesting and varied
program. Miss Ni k . Nl' i i
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Advisers, and much of the success of the club is due to their valu bl '
a e assistance.
hleetings Were held in the auditorium on the first Wednesday of every month, and
a program of great interest Was given at each meeting. During the membership
drive, tags Were issued to the members.
Various sub-divisions of the club were made, including the Riding Club, Golf
Club, Camera Club, Tennis Club, Bridge Club, and Hiking Club. These held
their meetings at various times, and reports of their activities were made at the
regular monthly meeting by the chairman, if she desired to do so.
The first important outing was a hike to the Gun Club held in late September.
Accompanied by lWiss Nickerson, about twent irls lk
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lunches which they had brou ht Af
g . tervvards a very brief business meeting was
held, and then the girls played games of various sorts. They returned by trolley..
Shortly after that, came the walk to the cider mill in Hadley. This Was held
Friday afternoon, after school, and a large group of Qthirstvj girls, accompanied
by Miss Field, Went. i
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Girls' Club, with the following captains: Anne Landry '24 Audrev Bolles 'QSC
Ellen Kelley '26, and Frieda Norell 327. Nfiss Pinnick' hono i '
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Girls Club, coached the teams, assisted by Nfiss Armstrong. Three Senior-Junior
games, and three Sophomore-Freshman games were held, t
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omores each winning two games.
At the hIother's Night, held just before Christmas, the first Senior-Junior
game took place and that was followed by a short play. Later, refreshments were
served, and the mothers were given an opportunity to become acquainted with
the officers of the Girls' Club, the faculty and other mothers. f
At the meetings in January, February and March, Dr. Marian Rockwell gave a
series of lectures of value to every girl. The Club is very grateful to her for her
sympathy and kindness revealed in these lectures. A
Of course, the big event of the year was the Girls' Club Dance, which was held
February 8. About fifty couples attended, and every one appeared to enjoy
himself or herself to a very great extent.
During the latter part of February, a sleigh ride to Northampton was held.
It was cold, but that made it all the jollier.
On April fifth, hfiss Nickerson, Miss Tracy and a group of Csweet-toothedl
girls went on a sugar-eat to Mr. Woodbury's Camp in Sunderland. After the
delicious sugar, and the lunches which the girls had carried had miraculously
vanished the grrls hiked up the mountain
At the regular meeting in April NIISS Nfurdock of the Extension SCYVICC at
NI A C gave a helpful lectule on styles appropriate colors and lines, and d1s
played several of the latest dresses and shoes
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Monday, April 14, 1924, the fourth annual Prize Speaking Contest for the
h S h ol Auditorium Mr Carl M. Bogholt, Mrs.
Nfillett Cup was held in the Hig c o . -
Carleton P. Jones, and the Rev. Clair F. Luther acted as judges. Those to have
their names inscribed on the cup were Helen Joy and Charles Dickinson, both
members of the class of 1926.
The program was as follows:
The River of Stars ................................ ..... A
Ruth Winifred Graham
He Knew Lincoln ..........,.......................... .... I da M. Tarbell
Charles Augustus Dickinson
..William Dean Howells
The Pilot's Story .,... .......................,...
Florence Hart Sears A
The Sacrifice of Sidney Carton ..................... .... C harles Dickens
Everett Alfred Murray
. . . .Rubenstein
Violin Solo, Melody in F ..........................
Charlotte Louise Allen
.Henry W. Longfellow
Hiawatha's Wooing .... ................. - ..........
Kathleen Grace King
. . . .Woodrow Wilson
War Message to Congress ........................
Albion Davis Allen
We Are Seven .... . .................... . . .Kate Douglas Wiggin
Helen Rita Joy
. . . .Woodrow Wilson
Memorial Day Speech ..............................
Andrew Kittredge Peters
Words by Fred F.. Weatherby
Three for' Jack ..... ......................
Music by W. H. Squire
' Charles Augustus Dickinson
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The Demosthenian Debating Club was organized in November, under the able
guidance of lXIiss Shattuck, head of the English Department. The following oflicers
were elected: President, hlarcia Church, '24g Secretary, Janet Jones, 725, Execu-
tive Committee, hffarcia Church, ,24, Chairman Cex officiojg Edith Labrovitz, ,ZS
and Hubert Barton, ,26. A constitution was drawn up by the Executive Com-
mittee, and was adopted by the club.
After three conferences with Hopkins Academy, the question uRe.voZaecZ, That
the bill for adjusted compensation for the ex-soldiers should pass Congress," was
chosen. Amherst Was to have the negative side. The date for the debate was set
for April fourth.
The following team was selected for this debate: Ruth Graham, '24, Edith
Labrovitz, '25, Hubert Barton, 726, and alternate, lVIarcia Church, ,ZLL
It is hoped that this club, which had such a good beginning, Will be enthus-
iastically continued in the future years.
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With due pride we remember that the records of this year's teams have been
some of the best since our entrace into A. H. S. In September, everything seemed
to be at its best, including school spirit. Coach Williams, to whom we owe so
much, had a hard task before him at the beginning of each team's schedule, be-
cause of the lack of experienced material. However, he put every effort into the
work, and success has been the reward.
The football team was light and inexperienced, but they came through the
season with a fine record, having lost but two games, and these to teams far heavier
and more experienced.
In basketball the same difliculties had to be overcome, but, despite these
drawbacks, the team progressed rapidly.
Baseball has started with its handicaps of the same nature as those of the
other teams. Thus far, one game has been played with the MZA.. C. 2-year team,
which resulted in a victory for A. H. S. That is a good beginning and WC look
for similar success throughout the season.
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With the departure of last year's class went our basketball team, leaving
us with but few men who claimed any experience. The squad increased in number
at the call from Mr. Williams, and again, as in football, he worked in the new men
and turned out a successful team.
Gardner High School surprised both themselves and us by defeating Amherst
High at the start. After his game, Amherst went strong, and defeated Hopkins
Academy and Springfield Central. The next victory was over Easthampton's
team which defeated us in a return game on its own Hoor. Shortly after this, our
team defeated the heavier M. A. C. 2-year team and then gave Hopkins a second
jolt. Natick High and Smith Academy were hard games, but the team made a
fine showing, and the opponents worked hard for their margin of a few points.
On this team Reed and Stockwell represented the class of '24.
M anager, Allen
Guardf: Dowd '25, Parnell '26
F orwara'.v: Joy '26, Reed '24
Center: Strong '25
Subftitutex Brown '25, Markert '26, Stockwell '24, Smith '26
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The swxmmmg team th1s year met the same sad fate as of last year Can
d1dates appeared at the try outs and the best flfteen were chosen These men
practlsed regularly Wlth Mr Kennedy, and aflalrs looked brlght for a good team
but the few meets whlch could be scheduled were for varrous reasons cancelled by
opponents The team then d1sbanded as there were no meets to work for but lt IS
hoped that next year the team w1ll have better luck
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