Edward Little High School - Oracle Yearbook (Auburn, ME)

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HROUGHOUT IHIISTORY it has been the custom of man to record his deeds of achievements and, in many cases, to provide a memorandum ls' 'T for his thoughts of the past. ln order to establish a record of the deeds of the Class of '34, we, the Oracle Staff, have dedicated our labor in the direction of building a book by which it is possible to keep your class ever with you. It is our intention to present a complete picture of the social, athletic, and scholastic achievements attained, together with a few reminders of our class mates, the teachers, and the many worth while personal contacts which it has been our good fortune to make at Edward Little High School. If we have achieved these aims, we hope that we may win your appreciation as wc have appreciated completing such a worth while project. cyflrrangement ..... gf, DEDICATTON lj ACTIVITIES ACKNOWLEDGMENT f SPORTS FACULTY LITERARY CLASSES: ly JOKES fglgggg ly ADVERTISEMENTS SOPHOMORE l FRESHMAN ii. 5 fx C3 x y l k xl' N I T 5? 4 A . " """"' ii Q E -f--ri, l831lfl93f1 CENTRAL THEME 'Z' F unding of Edward Little High Scho l l ' ,, .- '53 , 3 at -,je - '-igfsgait 1. er1Eee3RQ'fwfemMwmmwmWr F if e ll ' "l g t 2: tl ii A 1 .l!'ii-A TT E!!! mmggggwnsi JWMWHEWWW it ee mi' -J' ' 'e 41 t r' . P555 .EEESEES-. ef "'1E::::::::,:::e. Miii E555 as o r e as f TO EDWARD l,,lTTl,E Uh, Edward l.ittle, from your nolile stand lligh in old IC. l,.'s square, What do you think as years go hy As you stand so staunehly there? l7on't you wonder where your children go NVhen from your school they stray? lior, surely, you must think of thetn ,Ns they go along life's way! Perhaps you know that Well they'll fare Along life's highways broad, Because your trusted teachers' guiding hands Have trained them for life's load. You know that all your Children, too. NN'ho were graduated here, llave forged on bravely and have won ln spite of trials and fear! Oh. Mr. Little, standing there, VVC will not fail your trust! This good old senior class will win This world's reward-we must. XVe'll prove to you our greatest worth, And our well earned praises take. .lust to give to the sky another star For E. L.'s mem0ry's sake! Dear Edward Little, guarding there. Through rain and snow and sleet. XV e seniors now are well prepared T.ife's battles stern to meet! Yes! VV hen we return in later years And life's treasures with us bring, The world may not remember us But of Edward Little sing! MARGARET Esrirs. E. L., '34 PAGE FOUR l . q fr ' . lv F- X --,fsrggfw -f: . . , X' A N L: ' X I - 5, P: 'NSZT V 65555 57 ,Mfr F' "w A3 . 5-maria'-fEgETn1ause: ?5 QI 43,153 T! ,,:.,: i ,T NB' Q-4+" 1 4 if F- !ga!EKAlfa,.pGfai 5EQ:a,g?.F2.Q!i:: Ji. Ny! mania 2 En! 'm EQE QEN - ' w ' v' ,Vg ,EE Y , S Rf gr H, 355:25 EEEEES' 'ff :: :::.:'::.:: 3, J' gil I 351, 5135! iE:.slsis2aa n::s1s.s,1:u Qgehirsxiinn SQU IRE EDWARD LITTLE -Z' H Cafe Sacrifced for the c3ur:u're" .iii-xsflfrfli- S xslq g' fy ,- 5. 2- U 5 - Mnigi -' J , xqke., - l"'- .W . . " l g K .,f"- K , Q-' "1sEi5:E?is5F1:ii'lf':N!' EEE'EE!M ' l Iwi w. V I 1 rl " 135 5? l " 27:27 EE iw, ' W ' f ll2'! -1525, ' 3 . '+ 1: me xgrlmuinleirgntenf MISS JORDAN 'Z' " ,She Guides dlmbition to cgfigher Levels " PACE' SIX - - -,F .. 11 Mhf E f f:l!il'QiiQI-QQQIQN Lp Y N - " Y - EAl'kIIL1fUlPhBllll'llf MISS PULSIFER " ,She '-Provides the 'Uffelping Cgfand to :youth " f , yg' I 47 ' L , 12,17-if 1 ,- ffffff - Rediff AE VE J --1T ' P . fsf1.. eff? " Li lin , J ui. HV. 'i t t ' -ik mfiIfg:3!g !::lgI I tl t- ' 1 gg .Q f- f X H lliig Q -Q!Hl! l i l ei r ' ts - EEE -' it , 'f' "'i 559 'W La' ?g?Esy .:::::::z:::: 1, -::l:::.:'.:..a ij. l ' fl E . e if 1s:.:!asl.s.:IHlHs:.s22as t 9 b Alu ellillemnrtam "She is just away! VVith a cherry smile and a wave of the hansl She has wandered into an unknown land. And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since she lingers there, And you-Oh you. who most wildly yearn For the old-time step and the glad return. Think of her faring on. as dear ln the love of there as the love of hereg Think of her still as the same. l say: She is not dead-she is just away!" "And her light was like unto a stone most precious, even clear as crystal" REV'ELATIONS XXI: ll Miss Germaine lflleureux. a niemler of our faculty fatally injured by a truck on her way to school died April Z5 at Saint Marys Hospital, where for several weeks she had bravely fought a losing battle. A native of Lewiston, educated in its schools, she attended the University of Maine where she was graduated with the Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in French. The year after to Edward Little as a substitute in Frenchg the following year she was elected as a regular teacher in the French department. Miss I.'Heureux was extremely interested in her work and spent a part of two summer V work at Middlebury College. She was very much interested in the establishment of a course in Spanish in our high school, and had already made plans to travel through Spain this coming summer, and to study at Sorbonne University in Paris. Miss L'Heureux vias actively engaged in the social, literary and religious life of the community. She belonged to the Lewiston and Auburn College Clubg she was Secretary of Le Coniite France-Amerique, a member of the Foyer Musicale, and the founder of the Literary Department of this Club. She belonged to Saint Peter and Paul's School Alumnae Associa- tion. and was a member of Saint Peter and Paul's Church. Those of us who knew her best will always remember her as kind, conscientious, unassum- ing. and thoughtful of others. VVQ- shall miss her, and we extend to her immediate family and friends the sympathy of her graduation she came vacations doing graduate our school. PAGE EIGHT gif.. 111, ' '-L 'V Q 3'T ' ,. y N ' 3.2" IJ, ' b 'fkgx Y f b- li xii" x ,F Q.-"' iii:Sis-wEP,iL5!fc5!5L!!s:gi5225!5 ,av . , " . -f223EEs3z's5s":'wE' Hana: E25 me ' '- 22 fi T' ' ,M ! HJE Q '--H. 1, lei M2 - ' - In + EE Y A - f The 0115155 uf '34 rrspectfullg hehinzlirs the fnllnfning svriimt uf The mrnclv in the glfnrultg gHqc1uhers nf the fhinnrh illittlr Qiligh ,Srhunl -11. 5 f' . . 'V' 2? f .- L , 5. f. 1 J -f., f v : , nh , I-fin' 'gi Q-1 ,.. +C' , 53 . . ix l,.,XX-5gXEA'3Q5L:Ffvf 7,,.:,- - , ' f".W5'b- - Mg? A' " A JI" ngzsjgg ?:: - -:"':l::g ::: Q ' --' fy:?EEL- g - ., . . 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U. 0.1, E a, W i s fee s e X - . -1 y 7 -W.: 'Q' , , -' ' 525,555 2522 W Unfit ziiisii , L.- . sii 1 , llll!l!.1!lglg Ql!Ql!l l lg li -i at . - , 1' l ' ff me JJ? i 'N T ' 315' FEFZW 1-EElE2iE'E:,Ef.i5 V 1' t 4 F s.af:fsli-.ai.tllltl!!:.s::l.sst. .- FACULTY -:- MISS jiissna ,x1.1,1f:r1 Miss Alley is our only l.atin teacher but no one could wish for a better one. ln school she is full of fun and very good-natured though she teaches her classes all they need to know about Latin. She is an enthusiastic sportswoman and also does some very valuable work behind the scenes at the school dramatic presenta- tions. MRS. lil.lZ.AXlili'l'll HUWICN: Mrs. Bowen has done a great deal for the Girls' Council this year. She can take charge of anything and anybody. M R. l"Rl'flJIiRlCK ISRYANT: Mr. Bryant is one of our most liked teachers. Besides being a conscientious worker, he uses most of his time to guide many of the student projects. MR. ROBICRT CllANDl.l'lR: Tall, gaunt, sarcastic, witty, gent from Colby. Famous, for friends, wide brimmed hats, ticket taking, speeches in class, and dramatic abilityl Sororities, dumb athletes, lazy people, and Auburn llall on his taboo list. MISS EDN.-X CORNFORTH: "lYho has the keys to the library?" Miss C'ornforth's jokes are enjoyed by everyone, including herself. She is one of our jolliest and busiest teachers. 'l'o her we owe a very successful year. MISS SARAI l ICNWRIGI l'l': llere is a teacher who seems never to lose patience with the most repeated mistakes and questions. She is very eager that everyone in her classes learn French and is always ready to explain the rules and regulations of her favorite subject. PAC'k THIRTEEN . : NH . - -6 I ffm -- v.-its .ze , I. .t g I ff gll 4 I qi S . iw!Si:gzE1E5f'Eii5'3?5IQl5iQlaiggggsSS!xy -I 'L' I - ' -- SW tl ',5- J A :?5'f55"5'--55.2 'I -of iig I, I Q -f lliiiifiiflil. 5 .S :- - e- is . I!Q!.Q!Q -gg!-ll! I I ff '-+ 'J' 3-is gaatselsasassi-15'-ssasssssfsssi 1 li s, a 4 .s:.:!as.z.i !!:ps2S.a.si 1 MISS FRIEDA HATCII: Though this brilliant young teacher professes to prefer history to linglish she has proved herself very competent to teach the latter subject. It is certain that the Station Staff has gained much from guidance under her willing and eHlcient hand. All who enjoy reading the school paper appreciate the time and ellort she has given to this work. MISS M.fXLlDliI.l'fNA IIITSKINS: Miss Huskins will always be remembered for her interesting classes and friendly advice. Iler winning smile has also gained much admiration. NIR. RUSSIQLL JACK: Though Mr. .lack has been here only a year, he has already proved his worth in his Fine work with Auburn musical organizations. lfthcient and well-liked, he willingly gives a great deal of his time to his work here. MRS. ANNA KENNEDY: "A pal in need is a pal indeed," NVQ seniors love her--so does everyone else. ller sincere friendship has given us some oi our most interesting classes and unforgettable memories at If. I.. MISS jEfXNI9l'I"l'l2 LGR I NG: Miss Loring with her bubbling wit and humor has made drawing classes a delight to students at If. L. M I SS H ICLICN MAcIf.1XRI,,-XNl'J: Miss Macliarland is well-liked by everyone. She is always smiling altho she is very busy taking charge of the otliccqgand teaching bookkeeping. M I SS CI I Rl STI N Ii NOIQXYOOIJ: Miss Norwood's pleasing smile is always seen in the new building. She was one of the efficient leaders of the Dramatic Club this year, PAGE FOURTEEN f ,. . '-N 5i-3 ,1 ' rj . . ' Q . q.Qw j :7eqpQ..,...II...l D ggi! vig? -" f QVWJ-Gi - . 47-t 135'--ff -rs, wp- 5 i V- N .1552 w . ,a ' 4 Qi A-" 4S51sa:'si?sirs'ieg+5la5.5e!5:g'.E':52sS! : X I I !'55'5f55"5 is .-'LL . . .- ::::::: .1 :ug - :::: 455,55 - 4 515.1 H gh ' I " l iEiHll il " '35 I I . . l' ..'m.--E..e- .2 E'EE::.E:-- A ,sa W I- li -5 a::E gag 5-' 5 gs. .:z: 'zz :az ' E.. -:: :::.:'::..: 1 QF EE E I ' A ...:.s.e.ses sages:-'seal NI ISS .'Xl,M.'X I'l'iRIilNS: Miss I'erlcins is well-liked by both students and teachers. XXI' "notice" that she is wearing a ring. She is certainly a good American. IXIISS MICR.-XI.IJINlC PIICRCIC: Miss Pierce is always glad to help you with anything from Marionette Shows to Style Shows. She is a faculty member of the Girls' Council. MISS ANN PURVIS: Miss Purvis is the teacher who personilies charm and beauty to the T. ller work in the Senior Dramatic Club has made us certain that she is also very capable outside the classroom. MISS MIRIAM RICE: There is no doubt about it, Miss Rice certainly knows her French and can teach it. Besides being an excellent teacher. Miss Rice has added cello to her long list of accomplishments. MISS HAZEL SCULLY: Miss Scully is quiet and very efficient, with a pleasing smile. She is one of the faculty members of the Girls' Council this year. MR. C. HERBERT TAYLOR: Our principal has convinced us that he is one of the most capable leaders in the history of Edward Little. His willingness to cooperate with the entire student body has made him a friend of everyone at High School. MR. ARTHUR YEATON : Mr. Yeaton is very hne and so patient. He is very well-liked by everyone who comes in contact with him. Every student should have him before he grad- uates. PAGE FIFTEEN HCV- 'Je K - fi v' s N ash e- s' ' :A '- 155. 1' At::,.:ib: W 'L e 1 '- fi!-'..E -' .s ', 'X ' 2 2--t . " A' Hi ll 22 QQ , , il, i.!!!Qli!lQ E!El!l, l . P5 I' Li! . ' H QQ . l eq - l lf: elzaaisasaas ' ff its gr- .-f i .ig as ,, lil 'QQ ig . fr." , av e -T1 ' - - .E e .2 ., rt.: i5irii:1'i?'ri7l rIv'll7:ilI5'i1l EDWARD lQl'l'Tl.E HIGH SCHOOL Un the rXmli'osf:oggii1 river NYhere the hahhling water calls XYas a thriving little city That was then called Lewiston lfalls. ,Ns its nnmhers were increasing And kept growing more and more, Need was felt of education And in eig'hteen-thirty-fonr Hy the help of lfdward Little They began to organize .X new sehool to further knowledge, 'l'hongh it was lint small in size. 'llwo years later a small hnilding Xlias erected for the school, And as its new head and teacher They selected David Sewell. Less than twenty pupils started In the school when it was new, lint each year there came in others And the small enrollment grew. Strange may seem the many cliangges Since a eentnry's rolled hy, Now ten hundred students daily Come to lfdward little lligh. llerhert 'liaylor now is master, To our school he has heen true, Conseientions, loyal, honest, Aiding ns our best to do, May we follow his example, Giving of our strength and yonth To the cause of education, The npholding of the truth. May we each seek to accomplish Deeds that nevermore will die, And in memory may we cherish Thoughts of Edward Little High. HARRIIV1' IIUNTICR, '34 PAGE SIXTEEN ' N4 '1f?2s: L371f f +:gv..A,f.-,fe-M if Fw? x5f5 4 .QQQE HQJ V 1- fi , -ff na5fa.aiE!EL?gi'!Q!'s!E!!fr.esllw fiiift ' ' sm A ' Cx Q, . 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Qt: EQQEEEEQSESEQ J ll' 'fig 'ff , o ' , f,,,,L,'i - ,,,,-.-.:...a..E.q -Z, , -- -+ -, can . ,nj -ifimiiii-S-rim YI7'lT:i'l'YW"1l Scholastic Mary Chase Edith Leadbetter Phyllis Bickford Ralph Goodwin Barbara Garcelon Norris Tibbetts Alice Reny Phyllis Pitcher Viola Allen Clifton Niles lfxecutizfe Frank Lord John Litchfield Jacqueline Shifter Student Coimril John White John Bedell Edith Leadbetter Ernest Scribner Oliver Dufresne Girls' Council Edwina Perkins Estelle Miller Ruth Preble Oracle John Bedell Robert Schoppe Frank Lord Edmund Abbott Irene Hewison Mary Chase Edith Leadbetter Jacqueline Shifter Station John Bedell Robert Sehoppe CLASS LUMINARIES OF 1934 Frank Lord Edith Leadbetter Jacqueline Shiffer Mary Chase Edmund Abbott Phyllis Pitcher Lilliette Marois Debate Eleanor Walsh Robert Schoppe Leighton Dingley Margaret Dick Public Sffdklillg Robert Schoppe Leighton Dingley Drama Robert Crocker Thurma Campbell Herbert Miller Eleanor Walker Janette Talcott Robert Schoppe Arline Jordan Frank Lord Lilliette Marois Frederick Bailey Edwina Perkins Phyllis Plummer Jacqueline Shiffer Phyllis Pitcher Otis Haskell Leighton Dingley Clara Whitehouse Frederick Downing lfootlmll Oliver Dnfresne William Dufresne William Plante Freeman Berry Robert Schoppe PAGE EIGHTEEN Ellison Church John VVhite Rudolph Leclair Ernest Scribner la'a.rlrvtl1i1ll Ernest Scribner William Dufresne Robert Crocker l'Vllllt'l' Sfmrlx Freeman Berry John Litchfield Frank Lord Robert Schoppe Edmund Abbott Leon Greene Donnld Howden .b'iUllllll1'l:Ilff7 John VVhite Otis Haskell Cnnznzviicvirzrzzt Herbert Miller, Prophet Jacqueline Shifter. Prophetess John Litchfield Class VVill ltasvlmll Ralph Noel Phillip Howie Julien Cloutier Oliver Dufresne Forest Yates John Litchfield Donald Briggs Charles Hall Franklin Hall - is-as ,. -QW" -. ' - -rg- -tt 1 fp ii ' SEE i ,f i, 1 1 Wt? eg' i si . :San EBSQ 2553 , t ' .il -fr -- "1"-H f -. - -L -K : .C.: . WIITVKFUPTVI YITWTUIIYWWII ICIJMUND l.. ABBOTT, "Eddie", "Ab", "Gcnf'ral" Horn Auburn, November 4, 1916 Hi Farmer! Herels a fellow with a sense of humor-fine golfer-dislikes to give up a date-nice smile. Football 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Wiriter Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff 43 Station Staff 3, 4, Carnival Committee 3, 4. FRANCES OLIVER ADKINS Born Lewiston, May 12, 1916 Tall-always seen with a short girl-interest cen- ters at Bates-always ready to helo a person with his Physics lesson-very determined in her ways. Girls' Athletic Association Z. 43 Glec Club 4. Al.lt'li filiRAl.lJlN li ALDEN Born Auhurn, April 4. 1917 Alice is one of the most distinguished looking girls in the class of '34. Her good dancing and her jollity make her sought after, everywhere. She seems to enjoy White things in life, Class Officer. Vice-President, Girls' Athletic As- sociation 4g Glec Club 2, 3: Dramatic Chili 4. ROBERT THOMAS ALLAN, "Bob" Born VVestbrook, May 2, 1916 His drawings are very neat, and you will always Find him hard to beat. PAGE NINETEEN , Ps ' - sl tl Q lf -' wa s , 1, ' . ' s 'R 4tsfsaxiivszaagrglersga51212151121 ., ,P '1 I 1 3152515fQ"f-,-Lsfafglzssgafi -.1 gain lif 1 is 21 1 '11-H1 12 ----EL1 1Ell'! ",' 1 3 - f,' 1: -:::::::g:'.1::f3 1111551 , "f1 0 .f f 73,1 1,..,-. ., '-ir - .M VA , fiiiviiiiii-Q3-rifi' ' Yl7'i::il'YW5'1l VIULA lCVlCI.YN ALLIQN, H1"iH,n.SifIIlllj"l Born Canton, November 14, 1915 Dark. with pretty brown eyes-friendly, with a bright smile-liked by a host of friends. lf you ever feel blue just see Viola. She will cheer you anytime. VVe're wishing you the best of luck, "Vi". Girls' Basketball 15 Glee Club 33 Music Appre- ciation 3g Harmony 35 Operetta 33 Library Proctors' Club 4g Oracle Staff 45 Drawing 33 Ninth Honor. RUTH MAITLANIJ ANIJREVVS, "1?utliz'a" Dorn Auburn, October 10, 1916 Small. light-eomplcxioned, rather shywhas 2. sweet smile for everyone-confesses a dislike for Latin but prepares it well-has attended orchestra rehearsals faithfully for four years. Doesn't that deserve praise? CJl'Cl1C5ll'Zl 1, 2, 3, 4. LYMAN LLOYD ARNOLD, DIR., "Pull" Born Auburn, July 13, 1916 Placid, always quiet,+doesn't Care much - for studyingg and, believe it or not, he doesn't like girls! ARNOLD ERNEST AUSTIN, "O.v.vir"' Born Livermore, May 7, 1915 Good dancer--good actorfgood looking-but, look out girls, hc has a 'tgood line". 1 Dramatic Club 4. 1 1 1 PAGE Twr-:NTv .gif ,-14,-.5 Q . ,. . 2 ii -2 - 3 r k.N'f" .ff ' V f ' :wx -,Qs W fi5E,?.:R.lI...i ' vm . 5 iq " 5 ' - - 5 -. . ' 55 an 1 -1meaafalalsanilwllillalsslga29: e--fer 1 " ' " it ' " "WEEE ' aaat:aslaa:l.aa 1 eggfi , la -A 5 : 're 1-1 st le- H was see. iaiifssafsaa-E isgisiiisaiaa ,f 1 ll g 5:5 ,-.,- v 1. 11 ......:...:.!..: :Si ..l..... ... I 1115! 35555 , . , e-,,:.al.-1-:.ala'.-Q !!:.ss.s..Et tt FREDERICK C'l.lNTON BAILEY, "1"1'vd" Born Anbnrn, July 17, 1916 Studious-always has his lessons. Thinks Orr's Island is the only place on earth to spend the sum- mer. Bon voyage, Fred. Dramatic Club 45 Drawing 25 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Drama 4. MARTHA BAIl.liY, "Billy" Born Portland, Jnne 28, 1916 Brown eyes, 11ice complexion. has a regal air, is a newspaper reporter-that's Martha. Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Glee Clnh 2, 3, 45 Music Appreciation 35 Harmony 45 Operetta 2, 35 Home Economics Clnb 2, 35 Drawing 2, 3. MIRIAM EDITH BAILEY Born Boston, Mass., November 9, 1916 Miriam has ambitions. We see her finishing whatever she begins. ARNOLD HERNARD BAKER Born Anburn, March 13. 1917 Arnold is not easily heaten. He keeps on travel- ing whether the road is smooth or rough. 1 Basketball 15 Football 15 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra , 2, 3, 4. PAGE TWENTY - ONE risiiffi ' - X .. z-1 A 'f s ti' ' 1 'fp my er: - r - -f t fs ' We "" 5555555 ' Slam: nlszzifil Xi 33. 1 X, -' aa:f'2H:f12y we L , +!!!grH!!9 l fl in a ' f ll lezsssssaslessg 1 qffli? 'J' s .Eze-tsssaaaasriiisassasszfsset if 3" E V - ' e- -..:,:!elst.sf.llllH!!:1s1Sl.:s.Srof L HERHliRT l'HARl,lfS BARNES, "llU1'by" liorn VV:1terville. -lune 5, 1916 mony 4. I,ES'l'ER 1iDl.i.XR ISASSETT, "L1'.x"' Born Livermore, ,lune 3, 1915 Hassett has the ability to fall asleep at any amd all times, especially in Economies. lncidentally, who is the friencl on Summer Street? GliRAl.lJ BEAN. "Hvu1r.v" liorn Auburn, October 15, 1916 Always tzaetfnl, and full of pep. Failures make him say-"l'll fret there yet". Although he plays in the hand he has his lessons also. Track 23 Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 45 Glue Flnh 2. 3. 4' Music Appreciation 45 Harmony 45 Oper- etta 2, 3. LAURENCIQ ffl-lANlJl.ER HEARCE, "l.u11l'14 Born Augusta, December 17, 1916 "Always at motorist, never a pedestrian." Dis- likes: snow. cold, Hat tires, and dead hatteries. Prefers the Orchard to :my other part of the old farm-good wheeling. "1.anrie". Boys' Rifle Club 2, 3. PAGE TWENTY-TWO Tall, slim-with a lznuifh we'll remember-a tal- ented Fiddler-asks questions ont of his own head. Orchestra 1, 2, 4, Music .Xppreeiation 4g Har- absent treatment is the kind John prefers. Z, 3, 4: Vice-President 33 Librarv Proctors' Club 3: Senior Drama 43 Oracle Statt, Editor-in-Chief 43 .-t.si.iF1'1. - 1 1 -' ' QM a t L ' 1 fp 4 1... "f'1?E1 M' 1 1 EQ? 'Q,EZE:EEE"EEE'r'i!.Tf5E'EEEEE:iEEi: f J" Ei! r l C, f ' - sw ..:!:2ai-.i.2.LIE1ll!!f.s::l.:.:.. JOHN EIJWARD BEIJELL, nJ0111lHyU Born Durham, December 3, 1914 ,lohnnyvardent Y. P. C. Uer-partial to the Maine School of Commerce-our best read boy. 'The President Z: Basketball 1. 2, 33 Student Council Station Staff 2, 3. 4, Managing: Editor 3, 4: Com- mittee for F. L. Night 23 Usher at Graduation 2. 33 U. of M. journalism Conferenceg Motto Committee. 151iA'1'R1CE 1'11,L1"1N BENNETT, "BFG" Born North Leeds, July 6, 1915 "lf she will, she will. and you may depend on't. If she vs'on't. she won't, and that's the end on't." Petite-lmlonde-brown eyes-loves the Strand- vcry quiet but still waters run deep! .'Xl.11liR'l' FREEMAN BERRY. "Frecm" Born Auburn, May 30, 1915 "Freem" has big eyes, a cheerful grin, and a nleasing personality. He is being "Leadbetter". His ski-jumping has brought him into the high lights of the school and the community. May he always meet with as much success. Football 1. Z. 3. 4: Track 1, Z, 3, 4: Boys' Rifle Club 2, 3: Hi-Y Club 43 Wiiiter Sports 1, 2. 3, 41 CllI'Il1Y1l1 Committee 4. LOUISE ANNABELLE BERRY, "Wvesic" Born Auburn, june 2, 1914 The girl with a broad smile-easy going-thinks boys are great pals-unsclfish-considerate-one of our future artists-a girl worth knowing. Glee Club 4, Music Appreciation 4. PAGE, TWENYY -THREE lit' .V 'N s -. xi ii? 95' 4 V - L - A wx -1 Q-f - f ',,: ,, .iw ' 'L s f L- Y .- ' Ti I twiea i ,- 't s 2 wa- , fs iii .rgziilfs . - 1 2 ,t x 1 n ' Heiainiiglatfdlg F, ,:gb.LV i ,f?- X a ! , - 1 'B x l as 2 Xi ' ?F x -' mzfizau: x . F51 ' A figs 1 llHiiQ!g,iHlHl 1' ite ' 2 . f p at ' I gmt 'ie 1 I 1" 1 P' it . at v - .rata 4 ft mf - -YH v.--H - -i ' I V --M X -n YQ- 'iPiviii?il"i'rii " 7iU"'s:i-I'YVill ANITA MAY IZICKFORD, "Nini" Born Lewiston, January 9, 1916 "I sometimes do a little work, I study now :intl then, But I have learned to concentrate My studies most on men." ' 'Nita is a social butterliy. Winter Sports 25 Swimming 13 Girls' Basketball 1: Girls' Athletic Association Z, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Operetta Z3 Head of Horseback Riding 43 Home Economics Club 2, 35 Drawing 23 Miss Edward Lit- tle 31 Committee for Senior Drama 4. PHYLLIS IRENE HICKFORIJ, "Phil" Born Auburn, February 28, 1916 "Phil" is our typical Ii. L. lassie-smart, friendly, good-looking, and a good sport, Girls, RiHe Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 2, 45 Glee Club Zg Girls' Council lg Secretary-Treasurer5 Third Honor. IRENP1 CAROLINE BILODEAU Born Auburn. August 31, 1915 Has lovely hair-brown twinkling eyes-never studies during study-periocls-popular with the oppo- site sex-but keeps ber "love affairs" all to herself. BERNICE EDNA BLAISDELL, nbillllllyu Born Greene, September 22, 1916 Good-luunored-loves cantly-quiet, interested in Leavitt Institute. PAGE TWENTY- FOUR in either field. Good-natured fellow is Don. 4 f'ffL.E- " - 1 1 ff - ls Y -'l' Q:-'rf Nj? V, 1 ' .X ,E wa Q ,. ' 1 1 'usuraaaaiizi' , 1' '55 I -Q ' atezat:saa:aaa-9 gwas-ssa'as:z , DONALD CLIFFORD BOWDEN, "Dau" Born Auburn, March 9, 1916 Fond of athletics and Physics-good competitor Baseball 2g Winter Sports 3. LULU MARIE BOWIE, "Lu" Born Durham, June 12. 1915 Quiet? I'll say. Reddish hair? Of course. Sweet Tempered? Until "Don" and "Phil" begin to tease her. A good friend? Best ever. Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Operctta 2, 35 Drawing 2. PHILIP ADDISON BOWIE "Jw", "Phil" Horn Durham, September 19, 1916 "Phil" can tease, fsee abovcl, can work, can keep on keeping ong also he smiles well. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 41 Basketball 2, 33 Football 1, 25 Glee Club 1, Z, 3. 45 Operetta 2. 3. MILDRED LOUISE BRAGDON, "Millie" Born Auburn, August 13, 1915 "Still waters run deep!" Tal1-quiet-studious- a pleasant smile. We hear she is to be one of our future beauticians-How about it Mildred? PAGE TWENTY - FIVE .EV " C Vial? ' ' ,, - L - -C -.X Zlpf-2 -: - f 4: , .iq ,TP5 -Q -lr . 5 44 -., i , 1 is ' 4 ' ' Thi" Hg ,- i 1"-LN f fs t if ? tl A f- ,fe-' A- AreefsF-Haier-wi-fnietsfflsisil-1 1, , ' Xe ri: ff - - 4 " 1 ' ' '- .- ' 'w F15 " lg p g I , 1, lt fi if: ,ru duff, -f A ' 13,1 gsa aesgggsgi, lssssssgasaugg .I 1- -. 1 - wr , H: :H-s +155 sss,.sfas.K- f VERNA ISELLE BRALHY Born Auhuru, May 12, 1916 good student-good clehater. Twelfth Honor. 'l'Hlil,MA G1-INEVIEVIC 131111111155 Born Fairfield, November 1, 1915 ways looks nice. VVhat more could one ask? CAROLYN IQUNICIQ HRIIJGHAM, "C,'uml" liorn Minot, july 12, 1917 Short-lively-full of pep and mischief-active in Grange work. Likes to receive Flowers from "Roak's", don't you, Carolyn? Glce Club Z. 3. 45 Music Appreciation 33 Har- mony 3: Operetta 3. DONALD RUMFOR13 BRIGGS, "Don" Born East Auburn, December 5. 1915 E. L.'s ladies' man? Among: other things "Don" likes to tease the girls and study Chemistry with "Bohm fChandlerJ! Baseball Z, 3, 4. PAGE TWENTY'SlX Small - slender - blonde-pleasing pcrsoualityw Oracle Stall 43 Committee for E. L. Night 3' Quiet, reserved, ladylike,-has pretty hair-al- 111lI'l1lk'S Vlub 4. 17 f,'s . AV' ' 'll ' V ' A 4 N xx' L Ji - . i 3 fx ix A .. is I .., , , 'ggs: ff ft! .1 'W - - - ggiii5?5Ei?wi3l!5li!'?i5l5iEi?-Zlilgiiill if ' 1 'wise 291. 'G "W i 1 -,--' Q-H , 1 l,1ilI.A 1iUNlCE RROCKMAN, "l?7'nrl-'H Born Farmingclalv, july 31, 1015 lit-1-c's gt rcul pal: livelygfriendly-active in sports, starring especially in basketball-likes the out-ol-doors-likes "AIoe". Tennis 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4: Varsity l, Z, 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Vice- Presirlent 45 Glce Club 3, 4: Operetta 35 Home Eco- LOUISE DPINISON HROVVN "Lou", "Br'0zw1ir"' Born Freeport, january 13, 1917 Although a newcomer, we have come to like you very much, Louise. Your stories about Freeport are very interesting :incl we should like to hear more of them. l,1l.l.A MAE BRYANT, "'Rubr" Born Portland, July 11, 1916 Hero is a little girl who will help you chase your blues. away. She is a stamp collector, often seen roaming about the corridors of "E, L." VVinter Sports 1, 25 Swimming 1, 25 Girls' Bas- ketball lg Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Music Appreciation 3: Operetta 3: Home Economics Club 45 Drawing 1, 2, 3, 4. XIARHARETA FTHEL BUCHANAN, 'iM1ldgt"' Horn Auburn, May 6, 1916 "Muclgic" is just what you'd expect her to be at first glance. Shes jolly, friendly, and fond of folly. Tennis Z, 35 Willtcr Sports Z3 Swimming 12 Girls' Athletic Association Z3 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Home liconomics Club, l"rcsiclent 43 Drawing 1, 2, 3 4 PAGE TWENTY ' SEVEN :Su fi-, f K - . . - f le A I 1 ,M ,ab V' f4gT"":' f L vi' W,32f.5E 5f,' ' L "1 :fg7'- : 35532:ETIFST,-glsiirk-'f!g'!!:l5f Q!!! f , IV I I -I ll gig I 5 f li' i Fill Tue., vu 7.51551 nuzl 'i li lf: ff. 6 f rf I pf I 'll I f' '- 23.2 x I --vm .il 225"!!.'!'1'4,---.1 ....:. . 1" fl -it ' 'H ,ll :Tu , - -,, YQ..-3-1 -- 'Z' A- - f-L -n , :gi -1-vqnvg-I1-ruri 2- 111-1 'Ill II ISI-XIIELLE INA BUSHEY, "lacy", "ll.'1l"' Born North Anson, April 6, 1916 "The faithful are certain of their reward." Very dependable-work always done-nice kid. STANLEY PHILIP CAMERON, "Stan" Born Auburn, April 27, 1915 Nice dancer-triHe bashful-pleasing disposi- tion-mechanlc-owns car-grins-gets his lessons. THURMA LUFILLIC CAMPBELL, "T1mrm" Born North Leeds, August 13, 1915 Although Thurma doesn't pay much attention to our local boys, we hear there is one "Strong" man who does rate high with her. She is a good speakerg and did you know she sings? Dramatic Club 45 Senior Drama 4. FERNE MABEL CARVER Born Auburn, June 14, 1916 She doesn't talk much but we know she has manv friends. Ferne's very good-natured and has pretty brown curly hair. PAGE TWENTY - EIGHT .-, f,,f v- ,I Q- ws 1 f r , .f ' f ..1, 3,g- , 4 ,1 -. l f t ' - 9 541 , 4 ig - fi AAT.. A A 1 E liiiiglg hnnnll 'li "'i SE f55'5:f',i ' I . ' U gmmmzss 5: fE'EEE:e.E:., l'lif1! w . of RAYMOND HARPER CARVILT., "Ray" Born Lewiston, july 30, 1916 l.ucky-good-uaturerl-studies constantly-a track and basketball man. We suspect that he knows one or two girls out his way. Best wishes, "Rayz" Basketball 45 Track 3. 4: Boys' Rifle Club 3, 4: l.ilu'ary llroctors' Club 4. MARY Al.lt'li CHASE Born Augusta, january 19, 1017 The most brilliant student, without exception-a talented musician-an expert tennis player-has that "school-girl complexion"-and a sweet Cllsposltion. Girls' Tennis 3, 45 Girls' Winter Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Health Council 45 Girls' Athletic Association 3, 45 Girls' Rifle Club 2: Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Council 2: Dramatic Club 45 Oracle Staff 4: Station Stal? 2, 3: First Honor. NORMAN GOUl.lJ CHASE, "Norm" liorn Auburn, January 30, 1918 Short-quick-full of fun-with a twinkle in his eyes makes everyone like him-one of our new mem- bers from Cony. ELLISON RION CHURCH Horn Auburn, November 23, 1915 Pool shark-football player-general sports en- thusiast. Likeable kid. Baseball 25 Football 3. l l l PAGE TWENTVA NINE ,ps --sf. .-.fe Q .-.- . 4-1' - 1 ' so--sr. f s' f ' mx . .vw " 'L S o '- 3 .5-'--W -I-1 fx - A X - ' yi' 2121 - ., 55-is g5TgE,iE.r1.., '?'Q1F!.-, gE1 -iw! A w ' 'F ' '- Xl 1 W! "ll i" ' -, A Q ss.-15 EEF!!!-L 2e',:: gggggeir. ' 1915! L 15 ' to fl JULTEN PETER CLOUTIICR Born Auburn, September 27, 1915 ribly afraid of overworkiiig. H Baseball 1, 2, 3. ANN SYLVTA CRABTREE Born Dover-Foxcroft, September 1, 1916 When she's good, sl1e's very good, and vice versa Ann has a mind of her own-pleasant but Erin. ROBERT MERROW CROCKER, "Bob" Born Auburn, September 24, 1917 Keeps tl1e teachers in his net-rather bashful- able manager-is as big-hearted as he is tall-very good actor. Manager Basketball 45 Assistant Manager of Football 2, 33 Student Council 25 Debating Squad 35 Bates League 3: Dramatic Club 45 Contest Play 4g Oracle Staff 43 Drawing lg Senior Drama 4: Usher at Graduation 33 Library Proctors' Club 4. CLARENCE MERTON CRONK, "Caddy" Born Lewiston, April 26, 1917 "Caddy" is a good-natnred boy who has grown up into such a he-vamp in the last year. His expert dancing, pleasing company, and neat appearance make him a social favorite, even in Lewiston. My, docs he rate for formals? Drawing 1. PAGE mm-rv The late Julien Cloutier,-pest ol' Miss MacFar- land,-delight of classmates,-despair of lns I Eng- lish teacher. We won't sav he is lazv. but he H ter- ' tiff--. - Ke r i? . 4 5 sri. G w ,- - , J-'j,,,gag 1:61-ill 'E x l 5 'RWE I3 left m f 5 WL e ! 1 Wi ' 'll E 7 I. 1' Q! xiii? 'H' M ' , I gsfggv 11154333 31 -is ' ----1-' --if-3 ' IRVING ELLSWORTH CUN1MlNGS Born Gray, October 30, 1916 Medium height-curly huir-quiet-unassuming- future hes with his violin-interest centers :around Gloucester. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA YVONNE CUNLIFFE "Pus.vie", "S1irirn11", "Shorty" Born Lewiston, November 15, 1915 Petite-dark-genial-tl1at'S Priscilla. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Music Appreciation 35 Dra- matic Club 45 Drawing 1, Z, 3. DEANE LFIROY DAMON Born East Poland, February 17, 1916 Studious-thoughtful-shows no weakness for the fair sex-perhaps a future Latin professor. Deane has made many friends and deserves success. Library Proctors' Club 2, 3, 4. IRENE HELEN DAVIDSON nIHcuJ rrlpavyu Born Lewiston, July 20, 1914 Tall-quick-good worker-talks a lot, and fast- wants to be a nurse. We're sure shell make a good one. Best of luck, Irene! Library Proctors' Club 45 Drawing 2, 3. PAGE THIRTY- ONE .,, f -. iv -5- - ,C -.... ' 'rw' 1 W -,1 Q ' 2 --X -gi-1. .-rl-33',7H' 'Q - J '-- EM.. -Ji . f, " . A f ' elif ' X5 1.5, gf it 7:2 . Y .- 1 ,GH .- W -. , Y-jf:f.:::::::: 11212342 : .. L :sez 114 4 5 -1-fi-a g,"" V i ' " fssaf gr Maisi e l is 5' iili'iii1iiiiQ'?iiiiii'ii' Cl l. 'QQ A 11.4 ' 'fi ,L I isglaflarllszrlalltzaefmziliii 1 - 'ff :W ' ' F 'L 525:55 Ei? J -4 :z::::::'::.: ' ' 4' l DOROTHY ANN DEGE, "Dol" Born Lowell, Mass., March 18. 1917 Slight-light-complexioned-quiet, but interesting when sl1e does talk-blushes when she recites-liked by all. Here's to you "Dot". Girls' Athletic Association 21 Girls' Ride Club 25 Harmony 15 Library Proctors' Club 45 Drawing 1. LAWRENCE Dl2LFTE'l'SKY, "Helly" Born Auburn, March 23, 1916 Lawrence likes New Auburn. Have you seen his map of the old town-made after tl1e Fire? Assistant Manager Basketball 25 Football 4. MARGARET LFNORA DICK, :fl-gvgglvu, rrlpirkl-P,-v Born Portland, january 24, 1917 Behold our future Secretary of Labor! Margaret is a sincere friend-has a mind of her own-is saving of paper-likes debating'-is seen everywhere and is always busy. Girls' Basketball 15 Swimming 1: Girls' Athletic Association Z, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Debating Squad 45 Bates League 45 Library Proctors' Club 45 Dramatic Club 4. LEIGHTON ALDICN DING1.IiY, "Ding" Born Lewiston, September 23, 1916 The Great Grind "Ding"-debater oi 11010-1115- torian with promise-future lawyer of the people. "Come on", lads and lassies, a big "Auburn Loco- motive" for "Din,Q!" Assistant Manager Baseball 2, 35 VViuter Sports 15 Boys' Rifle Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Debating Squad 3, 45 Bates League 3, 45 Bowdoin League 45 Oratorieal Contest 45 Library Proctors' Club 45 Dramatic Club 4: Drawing 2, 45 Usher at Gradua- tion 3. PAGE THIRTY -TWO .G ,-FR f' ' fsr? 33',QY ' 1 'Y X ,e . ' .f ' rv..., ,igw 754- A- - A Q .r J..-..n N .f A 1 ' .sffftls - -. ' .1 Qi v .ggtenainiialrwiil 5 -'-fs 3.1. 1 ik '3 Q x ,'1-.- , .AIX 512541525222 Elezggxe :Merit :lzelll-:ee -l ii page - . 1 f 1 3 '12 IN? 'c" ' 3 ' 1 y . PS2-e. , 4553555555-E 35' EE niigiiial if yn ll f::5 gliggng ly W, .. 51,1 .. ::..:.!..: 13. nik... :l..... 2 LE. ' Q af-, ' 4 . ::!a2lf'5-'5'.Efa E:-555.5:5:a l l FREDERICK VVll.LARD DOWNING, "1f1'ic"J Born Lewiston, September 12, 1917 At one time we thought a great love had come into his life-bet he still has a passon for red hair. One of the "brighties" of the class and we wish him happiness and success. Wiiiter Sports lg Boys' Rifle Club 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Operetta 2, Library Proctors' Club 4: Dra- matic Club 45 llrawiug 1, 2, 43 Concert Play 4. BARBARA ELEANOR IJUFRESNF Born Auburn, August 26, 1916 A charming maid with piquant face, She's full of pep and style and grace. Tennis 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta Z, 3. OLIVER HOLMES DUFRIESNR, "OIIiv" Born Newburyport, Mass., September 20, 1914 "Ollie" has made a never-to-be forgotten place in our athletic history. Here is one fellow whom we may call a mun's man and a ,f:irl's hero-ask Zadie! Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, Z, 3, 4, Captain 45 Track 13 Student Council 3, 4: Athletic Association 45 l-li-Y Club 3. W1l..1,1,X1Nlf NlARSHALL DUFRESNE, "Bill" Born Augusta, December 24, 1915 Tall-good-natured-reserved-at least :1 three letter man-Everything he tackles. he tackles hard- has loads of friends. VVe wish "Bill" all the good luck in the world. Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4. PAGE. THIRTY THREE .ffeigqh - S c ,. . 2 4-,7-'1 N we ,U .F U, '-Qfx e gu y, iifgqfiirinumuuiii 'rx . Aj.: 1 -riixpx N ga -2. -Q N iige' ' - . -2 -is-is22ssaialsei-Qwiifllili-5,2Es! A ' 515 s--tl 1 1' ,Y 1-il 45,61 11.1,-f-. fg , If f ml. 'i' ,,.51"'::: :::: zzzzulg '- ' -'::2:,jI::.1I4g: '. - ' lif -' dif5ji'F'555.f55 5 5, lr Q. - - i!!Q!E'ggF'!5'!l +1 if - L4 fl - ' ' ' e lf? .Ei 5EiE2E:i:f:-.1 , H' s ' ' BELLE TURNER DUNHAM, "Billie" Born Durham, March 4, 1917 Belle is one of our unusual students who always have their lessons. Let us in on the secret will yon, Belle? Tennis 25 Girls' Basketball lg Girls' Athletic Association 25 Orchestra 1, 33 Glee Club 35 Oper- etta 35 Student Council 25 Girls' Council 35 Library Proctors' Club 3, 43 Secretary 4. CLAUDETTE FERNAND DUPONT Born Auburn, June 1, 1913 Tall-dignified appearance-well dressed-dark hair-sweet smile-likcs candy-likes "Bill"-always seen with "Bunny" and "Li1'l. Home Economics Club 35 Drawing 1, 2, 35 Com- mittee for E. L. Night 4. RUSSELL EUGENE EADON, "Ru.r.r" Born Lewiston, December 26, 1913 "Russ" sings-takes his books home-understzinds puppets-keeps busy. Baseball 1, 2. 3: Football 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Appreciation 35 Operetta 2, 33 Dramatic Club, Electrician 45 Marionettcs 4. WENDELL PENLEY EGGERT Born Portland, April 8, 1915 Wendell works-haunts the library-consults the diftilonary-smiles easily-thinks of others-is well li e . Glee Club 45 Station Stat? 23 Drawing 25 Carni- val Committee 4. PAGE THIRTV FOUR :F fa 314:-P fr --4 sv Q11 vc- --. . - 2 N- r if ., .3 f . A, -we - 'W-1 i 1? , eS,ILn+ 'r t xll fs ' .. -41 ' . - s-" 34:afaifzixfasieylml-aglgiiwaiSS!'X mf 1 A ff.- 9 N 11- . i 'iQF!E:E9El5 Iliff-lfiisiazsliaiilia H' fbi ? ,F . w!!!'!f!!E!3!!QE! l ,- , , 3 - A f- E, ,f 1 f' ,,- ..z::.:.:s::::i, 1. -:::'::::..::3 1 ,ff I-155 M ' .4 3 . SQ.. ill EEEEEESEEFB, 1 N521 .. - -7 2' ' -' -- '---H -' ' - . ' - -H . 'nFiv3ii'i'r'i'ri7I "11v'lllriFlIY1iiu PHYLLIS MAXINE ELLIOTT. '.MlI.f', Born Auburn, April 20, 1917 "Max" certainly enjoys life. We expect she has vamping instincts, however. so-watch your men, girls! Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Operetta 33 Executive Committee Library Proctors' Club 4. IXIARGARFT IQLIZABETH ESTES ..1,wyy,,' HMHHJU Born Lewiston, january 25, 1916 Wlieit "Pcggy" sees red it's not a sign she's mad! fSee Eveleth D . Glee Club 1. Z, 3, 43 Music Appreciation -13 Library Proctors' Club 43 Drawing l, 2, 3. 4. VVAYNE GARLAND ESTES "l'rrrft'.v.vm"', "Sodium, Hv1'0.1'idc" Born Norway, May 9, 1915 One of Mr. Bryant's chief helpers. He is noisy, and his favorite pastime is arguing with teachers- esnecially with Mr. Chandler. Glee Club 3, 43 Operetta 35 Dramatic Club 43 Property Man Senior Drama 43 Graduation Decora- tion Coinmittee 33 Marionettes 4. FRANCIS LOVIELL EVELETH. "Rad", nF1'llllkU Born North Livermore, July 31. 1916 b' b ' with red hair-for more informa- A great ig oy tion see Estes. Football 23 Hi-Y Club 2. PAGE THIRT Y FIVE cv. '51 ' K '- fr i? v - L ' J - f 'f rx A -3 Jw - 35511---H--:..5: n-wg:-51:11 ii, ii A f lil 'miiiiun n :Emi-lg EVELYN FltTRli'I"l', "li-U" I Horn ,Xl1llllI'11, ,launary 9, 1915 going'-likes thc Irish. Cilcc Cfluh 4. VVll.l.lAfXl ARTHUR l"Yl7lC, "Hill" Born Melrose, Mass., July 30, 1910 "Hill" has ll hard time dodging the girls-hc do0sn't like their ways. Drives a car-wears an 115116135 uniform-easy to hc friendly with. X1ARCiUl'IR1'I'li filiR'l'RLllJl'1 HAM A1 L PN "1llurgv " Born Auburn, July 17, 1916 Ql11Cf-S1l1C6I'6-t1'lIS1W01'tl1j'+f2lIlC1 ful - loads of Cl0tllL'S-I'B.fl1Cl' at puzzle. Tennis 45 C1160 Clulr 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Apprccia tion 35 Home Economics Club 4. BARBARA JANE GARCHLON. "Burlr". "l?u1m"' llorn Lewiston, May 22, 1917 q A worker-deserves praise for what she's done 111 the library-attends to her own affairs-does her level best-a good friend. Girls' Athletic Association 45 Glec C'lulm 2. 3, 45 Operettn 35 Library Proctors' Club 45 Fifth Honor PAGE THIRTY SIX Fond of fruit-espccially dates-friendly-easy fuk' . j - s s,--v 2 . 4 -- s , .f Q E+ - - " li " 'i 'l ii 'NES '? li -V P M H 0 . 1 '- - N .min -4 ..- lii T' il! ' -' ' f' il ,I . 1 1 3-is 5325. 1 .sas es :assist 'ff-3: asm- 3.1 1 ' - NORMAN EUGHNIS GIISISS. "GibIvy" Born Auburn, September 19, 1915 "ln rank he beats but never cheats"-makes some sense out of the teacher's silly blue books-his glasses sparkle with the bright thoughts behind them. XVllltt'l' Sports 1, 2. CLARICNCE HERTRANIJ GODING Born Auburn, February 20, 1917 Clarence is quiet and rather timid but his diligence and thoughtfnlness will lead him to success, we're sure. RALPH' ,-X. UOOIJNNIN, DIR., "Shand" llorn Auburn, November 8. 1917 Our man of affairs! l l Swimmer, skier, snow- shoer, public entertainer, bridge hound, poet, but also a womanhziter, "No Kiddin". Ra1ph's cheery, beam- ing smile is a thing to observe. May it stay with him always. Swimming 43 Boys' Rifle Club 3, 4: Student Council 35 Drumzttic Club 42 Hi-Y Club 3, 45 Fourth Honor. HORACE VICTOR GOUGH, "Hop" Born Auburn, September 22, 1916 im ll likcs 'um movin' victurcs travel Par- - 21- P. - g l ' - '- ticular aversion, books!. Lots of luclc, "Hop", you deserve it! Baseball 43 Boys' RiHe Club 3, 4. PAGE THIRTY SEVEN - me i ? E5 5 , K X S -. Y'. f ' A X ' Q I :p ,f N f"'- . fs-A4is25seaiafmlwllsnislaaigif215 anger - ' ' .. 'UHEQEEEEEEE 5552 fiiiziiiiilii Q d r e ss e r xi it I ' liisiiigil' iiiiiiigll P. is A 4 l r 1 V GEORGE WALLAFE GOVVELL, "Gif" Born Auburn, August 7, 1915 George misses the "Red" of Edward Little. However, this does not prevent him from making up sleep during classes! VVe wonder what the teachers will do without him? Basketball 13 Boys' RiHe Club 2. LEON ARDANE GREENE, "Greenie" Horn Auburn, july 31, 1916 A student whose last name is Greene ln a pair of skis often is seen. Not alone for his pleasure He adopted this measure, But because of the winter sports team. VVinter Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Rifle Club 25 Dramatic Club 45 Oracle Stan: 4: Carnival Cum- mittee 4. GRACE ISAISEI. GROVES Horn Auburn, April 24, 1916 Dark hair-cute mouth-shining: eyes-appears to be of the quiet sort but we who know her find her quite different! Drawing' 3, 4. CHARLES R. HALL, JR., "C'l1m'l11"' Born East Auburn, February 22, 1916 Tall and handsome-plays baseball and a sax- we think he has a pretty good Rcmrd! Baseball 3. PAGE THIRTY EIGHT .-ef' ffft ' f- Li' 1 1 X . wr" 1.-1-. 1 Q s , f . - f5!f-ff- lb- ,A 1 - - 2 - A Ji A ' +'?'r 6 1 K! 1 - 'lin 1 Y .- X2 -4u':v::5'?e'Fa-ig-faq-iff.-F:-EF i . ."51 F5 ' ' :J ,3i?:E, .,EZE'EEE'E5E'4 . T-::::::::'i::.: f 15" L A ' a g. A' 1 FRANKLIN VVILLIAM HALL, Born Auburn, October 26, 1916 Girls are his hobby, pastime, and favorite sport. He owns an Oldsmobile, which is not as old as it sounds, and brings him luck. Baseball Manager Z, 3, 4. CQERALIJINIQ BROOKS HA "Gr-ddm"', "Gz'r'1'y" Born Durham, ,illly 29. 1916 Good student-sincere-tal1-slim-never shirks her work-should bc successful. Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Operetta 35 Dramatic Club 43 Home Economics Club 4. MARCIA lXlliRlilJITH HALL, "Mm'slz" Born Litchfield, May 29, 1916 Marcia is 21 "swell kid". Everything wc could say about Marcia is wrapped up in those two words. Girls' Athletic Association 4: Girls' Rifle Club 43 Glee Club 3, 45 Music Appreciation 3. MARDIORIIQ HDNA HANSON, "M11I'g1i"' Born Auburn, February 24. 1917 Whenever we see Marjorie we'rc Dorothy also. "Marge" is one of these girls w11o doesn't take studying too seriously! Good luck. Music Appreciation 2. "Hallie" LI.. 3 3 Operetta su re to see ' l PAGE THIRTV NINE .sf fr f' 1 QP '15 4 . - L 4 xr --efssiggfw,-4: - f -as-. .1 .W ' 4' N 1 ' 4 -Yi ' . L S' , .- -1 Nff?"'ffz7Y'?l i f-J, 3 1 Kgs. , .. -,.. , ' gifs y t . ,T 6 . Y 'e s ta-1- st '1 ' 1 , 'ilssa515Eza'ga. 1 , ,,, f -1. X 1 H3 ll I-J Q' .W fuss mul ll , 52 ' :iii , X H-H: li '-1' I 1' ' .-"' . "' Z. II! 2:2 lu! 2 l '52, I 3115 'K 51-d2E!ll2l22lgl5'21l lm!!! IIHSIQ i f 1, if' i- -.g . H - erin- .iszatzslsasazs ussassssatssat ff 1 l ' S l . l ' i mm H A X ii A i' M i si 5-QM i-i'--a- v 1-vvrvrvw Y'7'gUlY11l l ll. LOUISE liARI.OW Horn Turner, September 29, 1910 Wizard at Geometry-Alma's colleague in His- tory and Civics-tall, slim, ,QOOK1-100k1l1fI-VV1fl1 ll smile for all Y. P. C. U'ers! Girls' liasketball 2. 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion Z, 3, 43 Glee Club 2. 3, 4, Library Proctors' Club 4: Dramatic Club 4. lCl.1NON Hl'IRS1iY HARl'lfll Born Minot. June 20, 1915 Elinor has to look up to every mang literally, of course. She is to be 9. future English instructor. Ht-re's hoping: your hopes come true! C'1,1N'l'ON SMALL HARRIS, "Chnl" Born Auburn. August ZS. 1917 "Clint" is one of our good-natured heavy-weights. Glee Club 2. 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3. FORD XNH1il-11.1511 11.1 RRIS Horn Schenectady, N. Y.. October 24, 1914 Despite his disinterest in "dry" subjects, we're betting he'1l be a "hi,f1li flyer" somedav. VVe hear he's quite a radio "bug" too. Happy landings, Ford! Orchestra 1, 2, 3. PAGE FORTY - QQ F -' ' M" " i 1 IH A 1-H H y, in '- fl 155 5.53 1 ff? , 1 , IE' 1- .'- 1ZE": 1 - ' -:ev -' ' , :ti , I , I . 4.1 a t F: C, , ' 42.515-5.Ea H:-Ewa-5122: YICTOR LEROY HARTFORD. jR.. "Viv" Horn Norriclgewock, May 9, 1915 llr. of Physics!-Master of the Grauge-fiuar diem of CuulitTe's Corner-tall, good-looking. iu- rliued to leisure. A boy of the wide outdoors. Good luck, "Vicl'. O'I'lS CAMl'l4lCl.l, HASIiliI.l., JR.. "ON" Born Auburn, February ll, 1916 Nice-looking-wears plus fours-makes stage- coacbes-goocl guy-and what a line! Ask the girls. Swimming Manager 4: Dramatic Club 4g Oracle Staff 45 Hi-Y Club 33 .Iuuior-Senior Committee 35 Czl1'uix'al Committee 4. SAXIUHI. llAYNl.-KN, "Milli" Born Boise, lclallo, July 28, 1916 "Sam" is a Couscieutious worker and au all arouucl good fellow. Basketball 1, 3. lf. IRICNIQ IHCVVISON, "Kwik" ltoru Auburu, November 17, 1916 A good pal-very quietg and we're proud to claim ber as our best artist. Slie has two loves-the mov- ies and "Ring" Crosby-but bow about Norway? Girls' Athletic .Xssociatiou 33 Glee Club 3. 4: Operetta 33 Dramatic Club 4: Home Economics Club 33 Art Club Z3 Drawing 2, 3, 4: Oracle 4. PAGE FORTY - O NE -.Er F X. - i 'V ..g , L . 'IQ ' A y i lr ' : inx -A tm I ':J : ::: , - , ' , b f - -' -, - . Ax' -..u,-.1-'-"- -' N1 : 1 5, N rp it 15222, 7' A A' l.iH 1 Q!H! 1 ' I -1 LL- 1' -2' x. -,. M .gag :: :::::. 511' 53-53: 'Si ES i Lg, -. - - fe . 1 A -amaiisrvza 17564-v1if5'ii?v55ii BEATRICIL MARIE HOHBS, "Rue" Born Somerville, Mass., July 29, 1916 Some people think she is shy, but we know better! We do a lot of wondering about that diamond, too. Can it he Robbie?!? Girls' Athletic Association 4, Dramatic Club 4. I'llEl.EN GHNICVA HOIJSIJON Born Andover. February 19, 1917 "Silence is golden" seems to be Helen's motto but she is our idea of a perfect lady. Woiild there were more like her! Glee Club 2. 3. FRANCES GENFCVA HOVVARIJ, "Frau" Horn Auburn, September 22, 1917 Dark-rather quiet-wears glasses-likes to read-doesn't talk about herself. Her rifle club pals think she must be a careful dishwasher! Never mind "Fran", "Haste makes waste", you know. Girls' Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Music Appreciation 3g Operetta 3. MARION ICLICANOR UOVVIE ffpatuv npaluy nSI'Sfm,n Born Greene, March 16, 1916 Marion is always very pleasant, although quiet. Modesty is very becoming to you, Marion. Glee Club 33 Banking Cashier 1. PAGE FQRTY -TWO i,w.L- ' e , 341 - kk '5 is A 1' A 5 l. do " 2 "0 ' 1 1 i4.Il!l!'!lElg !!Ql!l1' l ' F' 64' 1 E-ee :asian aaazzaszmaeelt it t l r l C C..- ., .al1l:lEl5l-E.allilLl.lLl!'!l-:ASQ-551524 HARRIET ESTFLLE HUNTER liorn Clinton, August 24, 1916 Harriet has a peculiar affinity for Chemistryg and 'lurner has a decided aFFnnty for Harriet, which isnt to be wondered at! Home Economics Club 2, 3. FRANCES ANN JACUIKOIS, "Frau" Born Auburn, July 26, 1917 Frances appears quiet around school, but "still waters run deep." She is a good student, friendly, and has a merry twinkle in her eye. Glee Club 3. ARLINE METHYL JORDAN, "Auntie" Born Auburn, April 27, 1916 Always chilly-maybe that's why she always uses Z1 "Mui"-really nice. Tennis 45 Baud 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Music Appreciation 35 Operetta 25 Dramatic Clulm 45 Oracle Stafnf 45 Home Economics Club 45 Senior Drama 4. ElQW1N KNOVVLES Born Brewer, July 4, 1917 VVitty-keen-quiet-studious-a game hunter- has :1 particular dislike for girls-livens up Physics class hy his clever remarks. Golf 3: Swimming 15 Boys' Rifle Clulm 3. PAGE ronrv--runes ...E . l':- ' u r .W . N .x W, ,, ,,,. . N 1 V -s w J 5 af.-. ' I -1 K '- "3 -. 'stag Kin '-X 159151 3" 2 5 s--J' .1 ' -- X' N f 1 3' :sas 3 3 Q 1.1: 2' - - - N - -' 55 -f .:1.::'i ETSI, 3. iii ll SEE , ' .3 . f 5m 'Se lui! -I- 'f "E 'E 5, , i f'j!Z2'2-1325221 525225, 2212225512235 . 4' Q :E 1 31? o v. '5J:::':: :-:::-? - L :: ::: :::: 5 1" F! C - s ' Q4 .2 'fe' ' - "-'Q' ' Y - -- H-H . 'piilwiiifil-T-rir'1 5-'fyw-ifiiifiiiiii SATANICK KOLCHAKIAN, "Sul" Born Lewiston, August 15, 1915 "Sat" is a dreamer hut aren't we all?-a little girl with great big ideas. Keep it up, i'on'll get somewhere with them. Orchestra 13 Dramatic Club 43 Drawing 2, 3. ARMAND LEO LACHANCF Born Danville Junction, October 18, 1916 1 He does his work in class: but that makes no difference, since he never fails to pass. He lives outside and owns a car in which he gives rides will- ingly. Glee Club 1. BERNARD ROYAL LANGLRY "Btwn", "Br'1'ni.:" Born Auburn, February 12, 1916 If you want a thing well done, ask Langley. lf he can he will-lf he c:m't he'll refuse to try. Baseball 23 Track 2, 3, 43 Winter Sports 13 Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Operetta 9 EDITH ANNE l.EADF1E'1'T1iR, "Erl1'v" Horn Lynn, Mass., November 23, 1916 Dignified-has much poise-never on time- C3.l'l1lVZil queen-likes "BerryCsJ"-lnce looking- nice dancer-swell kid and all around good sport. Secretary-Treasurer 2, 33 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Executive Committee 4: Glee Club 23 Secretary Student Council 4: Girls' Council 23 Vice-President Dramatic Club 43 Liter- ary Editor Oracle Staff 43 Girls' Sport Editor Stn- tion Staff 3, 43 junior Ring Committee 33 junior- Senior Committee 3: Carnival Queen 43 Carnival . Committee 43 Committee for Senior Drama 43 Second Honor. PAGF FORTY 4 FOUR ef f?--.- - sl ' fx -5 ti! . -'E if Ili ' lt. ---riff A - 4 . 1 l 1 ziliiiifiliizwii 't ter. 4 4 171 'L 4 'ft A , . i---1 LM -1 ' P 53 ll!! QT -i f JEJXNETTF MURIEL LEBLANC, " Born Lewiston, June 13, 1916 Happy-go-1ricky-talkative-jolly laugh - is the bright spot in Mrs. Kennedy-'s English Class. We bear that von like to meditate in the othce. Jeanette, is that Correct? Music Appreeizltion 3. RUIJOLPH I. LFCLAIR, "Rudy" Born Auburn, October 26, 1914 "Rudy" enjoys athletic activities of every kind, now him best as a football hero. Another but we k I .' of his favorite pastimes is playing cards. llnseball 1, 2, 4: Basketball 1, 23 Footl HELEN LOUIS LIBRY, "Re Horn Auburn, October 17, 1916 Slight-has red hairg without the usual flamiiig temper-is alwavs rn-adv to express her ions-ought to get somewhere in the world. Glee Club 3, 4. ,IOH N PLUMMER LITCHFIFLD ujuv :rl-jfchu llorn Lisbon Falls, july 21, 1917 Nice 1ooking+:1 good student-clever sn' muth use for the uwllllflllllu Cliumfordl. E. 11:13 t ' l.. will surely miss this outstanding skier. llztselmall 35 Assistant Mzuiager Football 25 Win- ter Sports 2. 3. 43 Treasurer Boys' Rifle Club 33 Library Proctors' Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 Oracle Staff 4: junior Ring Committee 35,1-ii-Y Club 43 Czirnivnl Conunittee 4. Stupid" mll 1. 2, 4. d" own opin- comedian- FAGE FORTY-FIVE --if 5 i , M P ,i A w W V V Psxy' , 4 ' Q K ' r 4, - 172 Tl" -e " '4 "- 55f,-,Ja ' fp V .5 314375525 "' " ' . ,F . A. K,---3,,:gi2ezEsEf'g,ag!5lf:35.5!512,555sl!xx, T- C is--'P-C- - ' S 1 1 1 Will! an u LEEFE r nu, 1 'N 1' rr jg --::, , la. 5 azz: ::: ::: L I., A-:: :::.:'::.- i f".i4 f 5, ' 1- 5..:.:!s.av:.:ll1Ua::s1s.s..5.t LEWIS ELBERT LITTLEFlEl.D,. "Lulu", "Lu" Horn Auburn, October 27, 1915 VVe all admire Lewis. He is a fine fellow, a good student and a perfect farmer-as an actor. Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 35 Dramatic Club 45 Senior Drama 4. ALBION TYLER LONG, "Sll01'ty" Born Belfast, ,lanuary 24, 1917 One of our more quiet boys-always agrees- always gets his lessons-and nothing bad can be said about him, we're sure. Track 25 Winter Sports 25 Boys' Rifle Club 35 Oracle Stat? 4. FRANK DINGLEY LORD Horn Portland, November 3, 1916 Frank is witty, considerate, cooperative, has given much assistance to many E. L. projects. He's an all around sport and a gentleman. Class President 45 Track 2, 45 Winter Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming' 45 Boys' Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 43 Student Council 35 Presi- dent Dramatic Club 45 Business Manager Oracle Staff 45 Assistant Business Manager Station Stan' 2, 3, Business Manager 3, 45 Committee for E. L. Night Z, 3, 45 Motto Committee 45 Class Marshal 35 Hi-Y Club 45 Junior-Senior Committee 35 Vice Chairman Carnival Connnittee 45 Senior Drama 45 U. of M. journalistic Conference. LIl.LIETTE MAY MAROIS, "Lilly" Born Auburn, May 31, 1914 Eyes-well look for yourself-likable-will make "some" stenographer for the lucky firm which hires her. Music Appreciation 35 Dramatic Club 45 Oracle Staff 45 Station Stall' 3, 45 Drawing' 1, 2, 35 Senior ' Drama 4. PAGE FORTY-SIX -1, I '-we if -V Q L Y- ' '-e. X -3 -,QL - I " -w 4 i a A is-iu,glnsLl!'?sNIl Q1 11' I ' '. use-ei --E l' ' I if 1 I l all H 'zz EFI - ' ' ' ' ,. " 1 . meets I ' ll E 7 Eg: is '-f- -1 - VITA M I 1134 ESE5fE9!glI1l'lf -A ' , rf -.'::::N .::'5:'.l JOHN ARTHUR MCGRATH, "Johnny" Born Auburn, ,luly 25, 1917 "johnny" plays basketball but that's not all, for his lessons ride smoothly with the ball. The glrls were the first to discover his good looks, so he can't be vain! Baseball 43 Basketball 3, 4. IOH N WILLIAM MCLELLAN, "Johnnie" Born Fitchburg, Mass., November 23, 1917 VVitty-friendly-ean't be separated from his pal Mcliinney. We haven't found anybody yet who doesn't like John! Drawing 1, 2, 3. VVILM,-X MCNALLY, "Billie" Born Albany, March 22, 1910 We're looking forward to seeing you dancing in vaudeville with your brother in the future. Good luck "Billie". Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 2, 35 Drawing 2. PHILIP MILTON MHCWILLIAMS, nphilu, r1MaC11 Born Auburn, December 30, 1916 Little but lively. He never talks much, but when he does he knows what he is talking about. Plays guitar, likes the out-of-doors. PAGE FORTY- SEVEN .ysf-1-ff.-5 ' ,a f f , EEA .lj . -,E t - A W . - I t 2--me95:55isigiaaf-fetilaeslizgialsfaiEta at-U I f f' S, 11 ',u C, A it , , ,. . l!:!'EW!,1gIg I IF " i A -. -e ' - 1 szaassg' I 1.22 life' ec- '- I Y-fa 1 ill .ill 'silt , I ,it 0 u ' . Y , ul-glgmg! -l!!!5!!.i cgi -,.. -.-Qai -re. A '-- , H4 . ,.4 -iiitwiii-t-Tv-viri Fir-5'-utr'--is ELMER WAYNE MILLER, ".S'q1waky" Horn Lewiston, March 30, 1915 Good fellow-wears spats-may spend future in airplanes-how about it, Elmer? Boys' Rifle Clnb 2, 3, 4. ESTELLE LOUISE MILLER, "Esta", "Stall" Born Lewiston, November 20, 1916 Five feet two-eyes of blue-excels in swimming and dancing-likes "the big things 111 life." Swimming 3, 4: Captain Class Team 45 Bowling 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3, 45 Band Z, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Music Appreciation 35 Harmony 35 Operetta 2, 3: Girls' Council 45 Dramatic Club 45 Oracle Stall 45 Station Stal? 45 Home Economics Club 2. HERBERT AUSTIN MILLER, "f1't'1'I1" Born Auburn, May 7, 1917 Studious, but fun-loving, always appreciates a good joke, was very good in French play and Senior Drama. Basketball 2, 35 Football 25 Orchestra 15 Ibra- matic Club 45 Oracle Staff 45 Senior Drama 4. f'iEORf'SE NICHOLS, "Nick" Born Auburn, November 28, 1915 Geor5ze's sense ot' fun accomplishes two things: earns tl1e delight of the students :md thc disapproval of the faculty. Hoys' Rifle Club l, 2, 3.5 PAGE FORTV-EIGHT -r- . 5-4 ' , fV i'3' 5' ' .. ' 1 "-QQVQW -' , -' in--X-. A-"1 , vl41i":Ef.h:...l. ' ' ' 3 '- ' -1 l - . -1 if ml 6 15"-. . --W 1 .11 - 1 f. 1 '. , qs f- ' 1 -5' - - ,,.i'Ffs'5zsse 155212 f'1:s.1.gzz. 'H fl 112 ii 35355115 2 1 my ' ' 3' 'li 722 5? L 1 K1 Q 1 -1 A ,-si? 3535: i:i!E'1 35' 55 5:57555 5 1 llll' 9 -1 ' J 'll Cl.IF'l'ON ARTHUR NILFS, "Kippiz"' Rfurn l.ilcl1F1clcl, -lilllllllfj' 3, 1916 "liippy" is ga grade A jllA21llQCl', scholar. iznmer. and fricncl-NNl1:1t more C2111 one ask? rl1Pll1ll H11 Horn Old Town, Dcfcmbcr 24, 1915 Stnclions - witty-i11tQlligC11t - enjoys: CllCW1Ilg' 5111111 fin class espcciullyl. lizasclsall, Hsliing-dislikes girls-?-, movies, and keeping note-books. liaseliall Z, 3, 43 Baskctlmll 33 Footluill Z, 33 VVi11- ter Sports Z, 35 Boys' Rif1e Clnli 2, 32 lflcvmitli Hoimr. Born A11l111r11, November 24, 1915 Bright, studiolis, sliy. Wllell slic- gets to work on SOfl1Ctll1l1jl', she does it willingly and well. files Clulv Z5 Drawiiig 2, 3, 4. AL'iiUS'l'US GILMAN PARKER, "Bud" Horn l.ev1'isto11, FCll1'112ll'1' ZZ, 1917 "Und" l1o11g1l1t a czlr for tvveilty-fivc bucks. HC can tell tho t1':11'l11-rs tliings tllc-1' 11c1'c1' l1C:11'1l lneforeg l'11cl" ' zllilv lmy, " . nur. J EANN1-I PAINCHAUD RALPH NOEL PACE FORTY NINE '3ii.? ':T.'-.' - s..L f ? Li? 5 ' q X s ' fe' 3 -' 'rites 'KENN- ' ' fri - X li, , - El5gEg:.4A::El3T ,5zg:zi:Q:,t.:5 ,X as - 1 , it 1 THOMAS VICTOR PATTERSON, "Par" Horn Auburn, May 20, 1917 "Pat" is zt motion picture fan-quiet?-and good looking, neat. He plays the eornet, too. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 43 Dramzttie Club 4. FDVVINA AVA VIQRKINS, "lidd1'r"' Born Auburn, July 10, 1016 N brown eyes-full of pep-has that certain some- thing-small, but good things come in little pack- ages-ask a certain blond basketball player! atural wavy hair-and can she twinkle those Tennis 2, 3, 4g Girls' Basketball 33 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Executive Committee 43 Orches- tra 1, 23 President Girls' Council 4: Dramatic Club 43 Contest Play 43 Oracle Stuff 4: Carnival Com- mittee 43 Senior Drama 4. ,lEANNliTTli lNlARlli TZLANVHIC PHFNTX Born Auburn, October 18, 1014 Stuilions-quict-friendlySseenis to believe in that good old saying' "be seen and not heard", Drawing 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS LORFTA Pl'l'Cl'lFR, "Phil" Born Springvnle, August 12, 1016 Sl1e's full of life, she's full of fun, We know lllC1'L'lS not many, We doubt if there are any Wlio can beat this one! Clever-trial to her teachers sometimes-espch cially when she begins to giggle-iliterestetl in the Myrand family! Glee Club 13 Oracle Staff 4g Station Staff 3, 43 Senior Drama 43 liiglitli Honor. PAGE FIFTV -Ppsqa' - T HEY? + - ' ' 57" 1 . .es fs 43 ' 4 Qi .f is " 54n5aa:sf2s,Eig3e'l6-:aliagiglgifgsill ' J.: -gl T. , ' A X 1 l!!lL'w' -.-, L1-gr ul' ll , vt SEE as .1 1 f 1, l 1 ff "1 if -A 1 235 1 1" 35 31. il - -5 J' f -ff ' --f +4---T -' '- g '- --. f -H FJ- 'vu-omg-rv-zvrl '- 11717-1'lrvI'll VVILLIAM L. PLANTE, JR., "Bill" Born Auburn, March 9, 1916 Tall, dark, handsome-likes football and swim- ming-believes that variety is the spice of life. Football Z, 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 4. PHYLLIS IRENIC PLUMMER, "Phil" Born Lewiston, june 2, 1917 Blonde and good-looking-has a weakness for "Austin" cars- especially if they are "Red"-would makc a good actress. - Operetta Z, 35 Debating Squad 25 Dramatic Club 4' Girls' Athletic Association 45' Glee Club 2, 3. 4: ltlusie Appreciation 25 Contest Play 45 Oracle Staff 45 Drawing Z, 3. 45 Senior Drama 4. l.UliLl.A MAUDE POLAND. "Lou" Born Auhnrn, August 31, 1915 "l.ou's" quiet and pleasant manner wins her many friends. Glee Club Z, 3, 45 Operetta Z, 3. MAR-IORIF1 FRANCES PRATT, "Marge" Born Anbnrn, September 12, 1915 "Margef' is certainly a swell kid-very good- looking. She is a traitor to the senior ranks, be- stowing her gracious smile and those lovely eye- lashes on a mere junior. Sweden has its attractions, too, huh "Marge"? Wiiiter Sports 2, 3. 45 Girls' Basketball 1, 2. 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 25 Drawing l. Z: junior Ring Committee 35 Carnival Committee 3, 4. PAGE FIFTY-ONE -'F' 'gal ' A .. ' " -2-v Y ' S' , ' r -- - gm s-L A - far..-Q is Q wt - ee , W, 'ef H ff ' 'k4fll'l! l!Y' qi . "ri 1 'F ' s M Q24 I -U' -f 5 N X'-P b 15 It jfgagzfeszzeaz ilgfgglg :e : .wgrggnrclggilgg rss fs 1 .gg A i ' - , 1 1, " . E I r filt , -2 ' f fir as., , 'I F' 'W 'J' R , sj f Q Vi iliiliiiiiliiiiiigiigg'L',i55g555 52515551 , ' 1 J' 152 it 0 w - f- , :laura ala ,-,i 1-. -a...... 'rg -A - ., 7 V4 A -in-Giiiiaa-v-iii' 'Fi-Bla-R-iii CHARLES ELMORIQ PRQXY, "t'l1m'lic' Horn Auburn, ,lzunlary 17, 1915 "Charlie" is a very quiet lad and a thinker-verv earnest and makes a real pal. He is a member oif the Union Street gaiig. RUTH RHNDALL l'RliHl.li Horn Auburn, May 30, 1917 Ruthie is one of these girls who always wears a different dress but always says, "1 haven't a thing to wear." She may be small but that doesn't stop her from qnarreling with her boy-friends! Girls' Athletic Association Z, 4: Student Council Z3 Girls' Council 45 Library Proctors' Club 3, 4, President 45 Committee for li. L. Night 2. DOROTHY HARDING PRINCE, "Dol" Dorn Auburn, March 6, 1917 Tall, slight, has curly hair, blue eyes, and a serious face. Because she has that Hue habit of minding her own business, we clon't know much about her, but we're sure Marjorie does! JOYCE HELEN RAND, "Ju" Born Sherman Mills, june 6, 1915 Now she comes, now she goes, Nobody questions, nobody knows,-but we'd like to. Girls, Rifie Club 45 Music Appreciation 3, Draw- ing 3, 4. PAGE FIFTV -TWO .-if , fn-. s ,-. 5 ' 4-? - , , 9 -- K , A-fig,-ef :fi- if . fW?i:3E.:..:. '- 'P r 1 . r af if'-fi -. -. . L' 52, NJ - -, F2 .e- 7, -V 15-Q - .-',i1E5i:fgd'3rg Qf5lEQ Ea xi f! ff . fa? 1 ' .. e sramfhmlelsi. .2::.-5?-rfefzamgi' X. 49,,7v x , 1 ,,- .QQQEZEEEEEEY Haag! ggglisiz :lain-ji Rl I , h-.. -N .ll " "" :.:::::g::: 2 55:-,gsggvg ,,"' .-- eras . l, -' . 55555:.4::53 .gi Haiti. X ff A A- -A l lllii' i mini yi it 11 la SEE . ' a 't f ly 7 25 l-fi? YQ i ?"EE' 52 iii'-E: EEEEFEEE- ,f y ' J li ARLYN VHARI, RECORD, "SIirimfy" liorn Auburn, April 19, 1918 She's a pal to us all. Fven thoueh she did full For this fellow named Hall! Glee Club 1, 2, 3. MURIIEL ALMYRA REDMUN Born Yurmouthvillc, january 7, 1916 Always going, always gay, All the week and all the day. ALICE M. RENY llorn Auburn, November 17, l913 Alice is one of our most learned pupils, she al- ways has her lessons, but occasionally gets mis- chievous enough to make Miss Cornforth :md Miss Pulsifer rave. Glec Club 25 Drawing 2, Seventh Honor. MAlt1iARli'l' SXCRH, "I'vgyy" Horn Lewiston, December 9, 1910 Cute, pert, and saucy-Plays: Bridge, piano, and hockey-Dances, swims, skates, and skis. Best wishes, to our "One and Only, Peggy." Basketball 2, 31 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Winter Sports 2. 3. 4: Swimming 2. 3, 45 Head of Swimming 43 Band 2, 35 Dramatic Club 43 Oracle Staff 4, Drawing 2, 3, 4, Carnival Com- mittee 4. PAGE FIFTY-THREE if-:j'3'?.: . - .V 'ff' N -5 ' " ' sie'--- 1 W ' ' ' .X it -17471 ,...A - I4 g -.-A 5- , , . mv, .SH f 2 fi. . -SAR sf f 'i'i3" !'-fy m!i:,E,f:TTay gi!'P,-QflQfE! lE?' Ei 1 .N-1 ,f ' 1 rp e ,ii we' -:eff - SAV - . -XI -. 'S f .,.:H":::::: : :zzzag '- ' :'l:953.1l4:--19- 'f 1, .- , 'ggllgg 252511 'liiizsziiiliij A V iii ig -A E: :T 1 2 ll !H' I ! :: zezzeemzsv 1 Y I vu! ln! lll Nl 1 llll ll Ill lil ll , , , .i 1. it ling 1 lf I l :-' '-il--5.5 E-Q--l i::!'::'::l::Qil ' . , 5 ' 112.22 'T' ff' I nw -u n 1 r ' I f It F: K . A -.2 f a..,....I.4.N..: u..I.....1!--.H Z 'i .. 1. . r' " . . .. 1 r I! 1 . ' 3.13535 GEORGETTP2 M UGUIETTE SAI NDON. JGFIH'gI'I'n Born Auburn, November 18, 1916 PCIIIIIC-l'l'llSClllCVOllS-I11C6 dresser-has dimples and twinkling eyes that should be useful for a typistl Good Luck, "Georgie". D Tennis 2: Orchestra 1, Z, 3: Drawing 2. 3: Car- nival Committee 3. VIRGINIA IRENE SAUNDERS, "Gin" Born Boston, Mass., April 29, 1916 "Gin" is a good sport and a Hue pal. Ask Max- ine! She doesn't take life too seriously as a rule: but we hear tl1ere's a certain Lewiston ymuu: man who Claims her interest at present! Swimming' lg Glee Club 2, 3. 43 Dramatic Club 45 Drawing 1, 2, 3. LIl.,LIAN DOROTHY SCIIMIDT, "Lili" Born New York, ,luly 3. 1917 New gir1-tall- swims welliitll-round good sport-giggles-is very likable-has loads of "Male" friends. Swimming 43 Girls' Basketball 45 Girls' Athletic Association 4. ROBERT PILSBURY SCHOPPE. "Bob" Born Bozeman, Montana. ,Iuly 28, 1916 "Bob" with llis pleasing personality and ever present smile, has made a host of friends at Edward Little. He is a good athlete, a real pal, and a regu- lar fellow. Winter Sports Z, 3, 43 Swimming .lg Student Council, President 3, Basketball Manager 1g Football 1, Z, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 45 Debating Squad 2, 3, 4, Bates League 2, 3, , 45 Oratorical Contest 3, 45 Dramatic Club 4, Editor-in- 1 chief of Oracle Staff 49 Station Stat? 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 43 Committee for E. L. Night 2, 3, Motto Committee 45 Class Marshal 33 HIAY Club Z, 3, President 45 Chairman Junior-Senior Committee 35 Chairman Carnival Committee 4: Senior Drama 4: Committee for Senior Drama 45 U. of M. Journalistic Conference 4. PAGE FIFTY- FOUR FEg5i'f:4,' Q -- - 7s '.L i":- 1 , 5 3.e' f' ' Qh c il -f SEE -- -2 'll ' ff " 'J' 1 xl . PSS: 5 3225155551552-, 15"'f','E5-E?EEEE'EE 2. , ERNEST l"1LLlXlORE SCRIBNER. "Red" Horn Lewiston, Mllffill 13, 1915 Hc's that red-headed guy ynu've been seeing around. lle plays both basketball and football- Liked by everyone and especially by a certain blonde sopli-Good luck "Red", Vice-President 35 Basketball l, 2, 3. 4: Football 3, 45 Track 1. 35 Student Council 2. 4: Dramatic Club -1: Advisory Board of A. A. A. 45 Junior-Senior Committee 3. MARION LUUlSlf SHERMAN, "Red" Born Lewiston, November 29, 1916 Tall-lovely red hair-quict-sometimes-loves to go to tlle VVales Grange 1'l1CCl1l1gS-WE! wonder why! Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Music Appreciation 35 Operetta 3. -IACQUIQLINIE JANE SHIFFER. "Jackie", "Jakv" Born Lewiston, October 28, 1916 Cute--sweet-lovalale-everything a man desires- competition for Ruth littiug-weakness for blue skirts. Secretary-Treasurer 45 Glee Club 2. 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3. 45 Girls' Atliletic Association 2, 45 Music Appreciation 35 Operetta 2, 31 Vice-President Girls' Council 35 Secretary-Treasurer Dramatic Club 45 Contest Play 45 Literary liditor Oracle Staff 4: Associate Editor Station Stall 3. 45 Drawing' 35 ,lunior-Senior Committee 35 Senior Drama 45 Girls' Swimming Z, 45 Howling 4. LEAH SIEGEL Horn Brooklyn, N. Y., August 26, 1915 Quietapleasant-small-most sincere-always a ready smile for everyone. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. PAGE FIFTY FIVE njf, A-v. 'W s 1 iiikfp if v- ' .A ' -W X--JW'-1' ' of '-G-f..,.x lean r. f - f .2 I- L , Sxfftff,- sl 'v,45'f 1 :fi Z if . VT v N' A " j f l , 1 . , All ne. f' 1 1 - ' xi Q55 get V xx 3 insgmvuyg- .,, gl ul' " 1 N ri. A tl E-SE Q.. . 1, W 'Q :I f '22 . A V . .Sea as asraraa 1 2" EE E ? il - 5 2' as,, ., .-. - 3 P -- A -Z . ff, -ini-raaisavriri 4- Fiie-'iii'-viii. l l I-ll-CRNICE SMJXLI., "Bur", "Bmmy" Horn Cuncly's Harbor, February 28, 1916 Tall-drawls-and if clothes make the lady "Bunny" is already made. She's the gal tl1at's seen with Claudette and "Lil". Swimming' lg Glee Club 2, 31 Home Economics Club 3, 45 Drawing 35 Horseback Riding 4. ORALD I.. SMITH Horn Auburn, May 25. 1915 Our Fritz Kreisler. Orald made the violin he plays so well. We expect to hear from him as :1 concert artist. Band Z, 33 Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2. 3. 43 Music Apnreciation 3, 4: Harmony 3, 43 Opcrcltfi 2. 33 Hi-Y Club 2. MARY l.UClLl.li S'l'ARKliY, "Lu", "lf'vd", "lf1m1z1'if"' Horn Auburn, December 26. 1915 Lucille never misses a chance to laugh and, yon'll have to admit, 11,5 a good way to be! Orchestra 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Music Appreciation 4. BEVERLY WINIFRED STEYIENS, "Hr-z"' Born Auburn, August 28, 1910 Besides being a great athlete "Bev" can certainly be called one of our best-looking. If anyone thinks appendicitis operations are unfortunate, "Bev" can tell you ditlerentlyl Tennis 25 Swimming' 1, 2, 33 Girls' Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3. 4, President 45 Girls' Rifle Club 2: Drawing 1, 2, 3. PAGE FIFTY SIX .7.-S2545 ' ar f ? 5? if -1 -. 'Y . -' M?"- QWQ.--li , 45'-s, I , 9. --fb, vsfjlg-515. .eg A 'cL?,t! .ski g i J.: M 4 . - K - - 1555.1 xl! -. ::., " P lx . 1 9255512 1'-5123512155313 is ,lf SP1 - -" Q .. ::::::: -13:13 f5:::,,:::Ig: . V xii. I- T- i -. ,,n V?- I , . 1 . E91-,ai T ing: gnu, n 1 5 A fl ai - 5 1, 1 1 1 fv Lf' W' ' ii 1 4 P1525 1 1 +51 i55?555F55' E1 1 pf' iii 1 ' liA1.Y1fR'1' ANDRHNN STICVENS, "Calf", ".S'l4"Zfc"' Horn :Xnburn, March 18, 1915 "Silence is golden." "Cal" reads a lot-studies a lol-docs not indulge in love affairs--and makes ll womlerlnl pal. liUfQliXli VV1LliliS 5'l'liV1iNS, "Gcnc" Born Auburn, April 20, 1916 "Gene" likes history but believes in vacations and takes them any time he wants to-so the teacher says. 1,011 ISIC IQVELYN STO! Jl JARD Horn Roxbury, Mass., March 26, 1910 Pretty hair-nice smile-never quiet-a lot of fun-good basketball playerAworth knowing. Girls' Basketball 1, 2g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Music .Xppreciation 3, 45 Drawing 1. 2. 4. 1fX'A l,Ul'Il.l,A SY1-V1iS'1'1iR llorn Greene, February 23, 1915 liyu has been here only a year, but she has made inznnv friends among us. VVe wish her the best of luck. PAGE FIFTY SEVEN 'Q n ITE! 1 E P -f ri f ':,, 15,1 ff 45941. 1 - sac- Pas:-1 1 1 U' Q 1 I r-. ,i , , . n5:Lr:.s'f:5 A ... ,. ' GN... -D.. N1 1 'P ' Y i t segffa:s:a'sas":'!"asf-' ss":'E:sa: stellar, f . . ra X ex f -L .szsnsssl H 1 - , laggiale 1 -1 rf- 1 ,, ., .... ... ... ... a ... ... ... ... ... , rr!! ln! 'Ill Il llll ll lll Ill ll .. I ,Q pg'-.g ll Ill ll III ZS., EFL' I3 3:51255 V 1 .-,st , ft-. f c 2- 5 F -- 1 Q 1 'l9'p.1a:f..i......,.. V' 'ri -L N is if 6Q?." i U I - , 1 .--we Za s' 1 "1 - ',.'ff-- L--E1-1 1+-Fl , in ' I 1 ' ' 1f"'A f K , 111 55 1 ' 5 435.55 Q: Il C if 3 - ' is: ll ll' 199' H 5 - K ' i:' F':g 5:22 ' .B ' K 1 in 1 li -l ' 1 sr - M -f- . ag? 4,1 tx gl . f-,Afi2,ig-agEa gg:1 7agg Ni M V Ili I Xl if -Q 1 lil lll il lt l 111.1 X .fha .zzz ':: ::: ' .1 -:: :::1.:'::.- , - I -1 -S 5 ' 1:59151 s1:,.!15I!!,-,, J Q ff LnL,:.i-,-.... -F-I 1. I '- I-ii . , .-.' Z 1147771 'Yl7'T"'711l IEVFLYN MAY SYLVIESTIER, "1fvie", "Red" Born Lewiston, October 30, 1916 Quiet, with a ready smile-always willing' to help. VVe've heard her heart is in Massacluisctts-good luck, "Evie". Glee Cluh 1. Z. 3, 45 Music Apnrcciation 35 Hur- mony 35 Operctta 3. JANETTE EL1ZA111L'1'11 TAI.CO'l"1' Born AlI1,llIl'l1, june 19, 1917 Bloude-sweet-nice-looking-likes to go tu the Empire-!-is usually seen witl1 Ruthie. Girls' Athletic Association 45 Girls' RiHe Club Z. 3, 45 Treasurer 3: Glee Club 2, 3. 45 Music Apprecia- tion 35 Operetta 35 Dramatic Club 45 Senior Drama 4. NORRIS COBURN '1'11-1H1i'1"l'S, "lib" Born Auburn, March 29. 1917 Norris paid li. 1-. the compliment of crossing the continent to graduate in Auburn. VVe wish him joy at Calif. U. lizlskctball 45 Sixth Huuor. BEATRICE TURGEON, "Buch Born Aulvuru, july 6, 1916 "Bee" may be Small but 011 my! She is another girl with many interests-we czuft name them all here! Glee Club 1, Z. 3, 45 Music Appreciation 3g Har- mony 35 Operetta 3. PAGE FIFTY EIGHT ,. -, , 14,- -Q f' ,.,. -." --N ' 1 I rj 3.2.1 ,ff I ' Y iiw. -.. i - - ff-is-215154.515-X.-lwieinz-stag:fa 'gf . - V " 1 P5 Y-1 el 'KE rt ' 1 Ig? ei 1 1 !!l-i! Q 1-i-Jil!l. nf 3' -' - 4 i 1 i ' 1' "ii rf-1 'I :.1.- E.iiEfE1:EE?15Z'L ' f'5E5E155E5E2.a 1 l!'lEal E ' . f ' ef FRANf'ES IRENE VIDETO Born VVales, March 17, 1916 Frances hasn't been with ns long, but from what we hear, is a live wire-except when she falls asleep in class! She certainly can swim and dive! Swimming 4. RUTH VIRGINIA VOSMUS, "Peggy" Born Auburn, March 21, 1916 Here's to a real piano player! We couldn't have munugecl without her, and isn't Carleton lucky? Tennis 25 Girls' Athletic Association 2: Band 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Gleu Flub 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3. IZLEANOR WALKER, "1ZI","IJi1upIf'.r" llorn Auburn, April 14, 1917 liloncle - blue eyes - dimples-jolly-everybody's pal-likes the library-most often seen with the other lileanor-you know the clebzlter. Girls' Athletic Association 21 Glee Club 2, 33 Operetta Z, 35 Dramatic Club 43 Drawing 2, 3: Senior Drama 4. IZIJCANOR MARY VVALSH, "lil","lfV11l.f1riv" Born Lewiston, December 10, 1916 I Did you ever see Eleanor without a smile? Hardly ever. She not only is at true friend but also 11 good clebater and very polite. VVe shall miss her when our E. L. days are over. Tennis Z3 Executive Committee Girls' Athletic Association 21 Cilee Club 21 Operetta Z: Girls' Coun- gnt 2 3 4 cil 33 Debating Squad 2, 3, 45 Bates Lea Orzltorical Fontest 2, 3. n - 1 PAGE FIFTY NINE ,'g. ' f:, X - Roy 53 p l' C i - , ,, 5, ,, A A., '- 'L 5 2 f if--2 5 -- We ' ' - 1 QP V'- ff Sei te 1 'il l iii 4,155 A i f sas sis? 4715555552 ssflssei if il ,. ' -5 155 5 Q -il ' 4 1- ,, .l!l,l!s!1! 3 ,5-gIl!,g.i,,.3 f--f f -- Y ------ - 1' , - -. A y -In , if-' iiiviiiijii-rifi fi 111-ilplipnrwiiu l S '1 Q PACE JOHN NVELLMAN VVHITF, GJUIIIIIZIIUU Born Lewiston, April 20, 1916 Our champ svxinmer-keeps early hours-win- mug smile-Clilhdent task the eo-cclsl. His ambition is to become El gentleman farmer. Baseball 35 Football 1. Assistant Mzmagc-r 2, 3, Manager 45 Swimming 3, 45 Stuclent Council 2. 4, President 45 Library Proctors' Club 4: Committee for E l.. Night 25 Hi-Y Club 3, 45 ,lunior-Seiiior Committee 35 Carnival Committee l. 3, 4. Cl.,-XRA ICLIZABFTH VVHITEHOUSIE "CIr'dru", ifolljlii Born Auburn, .luue 5. 1016 She's un only chilcliwzmts what she wants when she wants it-very much interested in Minot-takes the part of a mother very well in rlrznuas-but my! Wllat :1 giggle! Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Appreeiiation 35 llzirmony 3: Operetta 35 llrzlmzltic Club 4. ALICE MAY VVHITING. "Al" Horn 1.ewiston, November 18, 1915 Sweet - dark -- quiet - gets letters frmn New York-is usually seen with "Bt-e". Girls' Athletic Association 45 Dramatic Club 45 Secretary-Treasurer Home Economics Club 25 Ora- cle Stat? 4. l.Il.l,ll'f'l'TF NFLUA VVHl'l'NlORli, "Lil" Uoru Auburn, Novcniber 13, 1915 A misfrhievous hugh-beautiful teeth-:1 great ense of humor-full of witticisms-even lnnqhs :xt .ll Miss Cornforth's jokes-swell pal. A Prggident 13 'l'f-nnis 45 Girls' Athletic Association Z, 35 Girls Rifle Club 25 Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 45 Oper- tta 35 Student Council 35 Oracle Stuff 45 Home liconmuics Club 2, 3: Urziwiiig l, 2, 4. SIXTY -,s'- f',-- ' s 1 . time W - ' I 1-X sew.. 13:51, , , 53 ' . Qi 4 A-" X '-ef iif' e' ' 9 :21 ' Iii ie illill ' Mfg' -' 1 . ll 1 1 if 'Fl 'M' 1 xl A :Sze 15551.55 55555-1 'f'ff',EE-EEE'EElE'5 .. ,. FVELYN MARGUERITF VVll,Ll:XMS, "lid", "Effie" Horn Auburn, May 4, 1915 Evelyn doesn't make a great deal of noiseg but we've proof that there are unsuspected emotions be- neath that sweet, Calm exterior! 2... Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Music Appreciation 33 Operetta 'S RUTH ARl.lNE VVIl-l.lAMS, ".S'l2'!'f',2'1'.r" Born Auburn january 9, 1917 Ruth is the kind that alvvays has alot of friends- popular, lively, good-looking-well-liked. Did you ever see her quiet? Dramatic Club 4. VVll.l.lAM IUENNFTI-l VVOOUVVORTH "l'If'tmdy", "Hill", "Billy" Born Auburn, December 20, 1915 VVe thought this quiet little feller would make a good drummer until Miss Cornfortli predicted a min- ister's Career for him. Good Luck, "VVoody." Hand 2, 3. 45 Orchestra 42 Dramatic Club 4. LOUISE STATIRA WRIGHT, "l.mLi.m" Horn Lewiston, November 21, 1916 Louise is the true, quiet, demure school girl- an example of what earnest work Can accomplish. filet' Cilub l, 2, 3, 4. PAGE slxrv oNE g V xx ,a . ri .jJ ?r .F N x Q, 37.5 .I - A Ar ' :mf-,X . j ., '- Ti il 71: ' Q' - f Q -A . 53:3 LJEQ A ,,,,, Lg:g:: ::::,1:: ' x. X ll S-as f 1 . 1 1 'J' 1 V I 3529 EE-55515555 H 1 Mal 1 1 4 1 FORREST RADCLIFF YATES Born Auburn, September 13, 1915 My. but are we proud of our Anglo-Saxon class mate! It is generally understood tliat be has :n cle- cided leaning toward the initials M. l.. V.l Basketball 3. ROSITQX ZENKEVICH, "Rosa" Born Auburn, September 27, 1916 "Her lively looks :L spriglltly mind disclose." Rosa has the teeth. complexion, and health that every girl envies. Dramatic Club 1. PAGE SIXTY-TWO www W ..,,. M af 12 E 1 F EF' nl! VIE!! Y! S1555 X lliliui 9 Lili! y N- - H- f' , J, -'ag' 4" ' L X- -fi f v 3 .A . A :QQ-"m5::Q.i3I:1 ' Ir 'L x qx Y Q A -X ev' 5,,w x.,A-P , ig '1- vlgfvfsi - -i ' f t" " ' gf 1, jx ,117-5 I 51512: T hi.: v w 1 I V " .x " if 1 Ja Q 'T-ibm-a'f,zFF5'NX,a v A -1 441' p ' - x , ' '..l!".. 22' ' .!' - 'E V- 'pu L '- .I ,,. . 2.9 5-512 u L' FL' 'WSE Q , 7.-V y f mega'--'Ili 'QI l!!!!'l , IE? E? 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SIXTY-FOUR iii.: s v i fxa dgn i l X 351 lj" ' -Kgs -ew !-Q' X 1 M V ii 1 is X pri A ' WZ "Qi ,' r Abbott, Luther Adkins, Methyl Allen, Beverly Allen, Louise Allen, Ruth Arnold, Marian Atkins, Donald Bailey, Alice Baker, Beatrice Bancroft, Margaret Barboutis, Helen Barnes, Theresa Barron, Chandler Barstow, Phyllis Bassett, Mildred Beals, Arlene Bean, Phyllis Beckler, Eleanor Beckler, Verna Begin, Jeanette Belliveau, Rita Bickford, Leslie Bisbee, Eldon, Jr. Bixby, Richard Boisvert, Robert Boucher, Etta Bragdon, Theresa Brazier, Mabel Briggs, Arnold Brown, Dorothy Bryant, Marian Buck, Robert Bushey, Evelyn Callahan, Mary Cameron, Robert Capano, Mary Carroll, Donald Cartland, John Cbicoine, Rene Christman, Armand Church, Stanley Clough, Fred, Jr. Conant, Jeanice Cowles, Mitchell Cox, Florence Coyne, Pearl Currier, Arlene Curtis, Charles Damon, Paul Davis, Charles Davis, Evelyn Decoster, Malcolm .IUNIORS--CLASS OF 1935 Dorey, Irene Dufresne, Rudolph Dunton, Mary Duran, Fred Dwinal, William Dyer, Mildred Dyer, Phyllis Edwards, Irene Eveleth, Charles Eveleth, Lawrence Fortier, Rita Foss, Dorothea Francis, Althea Frank, Edythe Fraser, Donald Fraser, Mary P French, Robert Gallagher, Stanley Gardner, Mnguette Garnes, Gail Gary, Wilfred Gibson, Gracejean Giguere, Loretta Gilbert, Madeline , Goding, Garfield Golder, Geraldine Gould, Carl Gould, Norman Gowell, Rose Grant, Matilda Greenleaf, Jane Hall, Harriet Ham, Ernestine Hamblin, George, J Harper, Norrine Hofmann, Werner Hogan, Francis Houghton, Pauline Howland, Marian Hubbard, Esther Isaacson, Abraham Jean, Fernand Jones, Natalie Jones, Shirley Jordan, Bamard Jordan, Cha'rles Kessell, Robert Kidder, Robert King, Althea Knox, Paul Koss, Frank Lamie, Helen Lancaster, Eleanor Lancaster, Vernon Larrabee, Erna Levesqne, Ella Libby, Kenneth Libby, Norman Linnell, Leroy Lobozzo, Sandy Marczak, Mary Marsh, Jean Martin, George Meade, Laura Meltzer, Edward Miller, Armand Miller, Marilyn Millett, Helen Milliken, Harry Mixer, Robert Moores, Elva Morphy, Jack Morrill, Helen Mower, Glenice Muller, Arthur Muller, Charles Nicholas, Athena Niskanen, Minnie Nyberg, Alma Oldham, Hester Packard, Pauline Parker, Eugene Payne, Robert Pearl, Albert Pearl, Ruth Perkins, Edith Perkins, Lois Phenix, Edna Phenix, Vivienne Pierce, Milton Poirier, Gertrude Pontbriand, Bertrand Pontbriand, Gerald Potter, Forrest, Jr. Potter. Gladys Preble, Frederick Proctor, Edith Provencher, Arthur Pulsifer, Carolyn Rallis, Olympia Reidman, Apper Richards, Virginia Richardson, Edith Ricker, Dorothy PAGE SIXTY FIVE Robinson, Edna Robinson, Hildred Robinson, Norman Rollins, Janet Ryerson, Reginald Sampson, Gerard Sawyer, Maynard Scott, Frank Scribner, Eugene Semer, Sylvia Shapiro, Sherman Sherman, Alonzo Shulman, Hirshel Sidelinger, Alfrcd Smith, Clement Smith. Jessie Smith, Manford Smith, Shirley Snowe, Kenneth Soule, Harold Stevens, Lloyd Stewart, Florence Stone, Gardner Stone, Janet Strout, Betty Sudds, Weston Taylor, Richard Thompson, Hasty Thompson, Helen Trafton, Vesta Vezina, Emile Vye, Albert Wagg, Doris Walton, Mildred Ward, Gwendolyn Webster, Donald Welch, Lillian Wellman, John Wheeler, Paul White, Harold, Jr. White, Virginia Whitman, Forrest Wilson, June Woodbury, Edith Wyman, Andrew Wyman, Walter York, Frederic Young, Elden Young, Kenneth :-.t-fp - C, ,,v, , 9-Q, N .-- , e v V. 1 5"-A ,z i s f '..f1,.,. - qw - - f - f b- .w f - - - M- M :ff 23,515 , Exit 1 2 M :df :fflflfz-5. 1-f ig H! ' - if ' '- !i!.'fFii9F"'r?9'!3I'1Eli!-QQ?E5! . ' - 'gf' 1 4 FQ " - fQ!i':5fr'a'55g,55 'f 21- ' - ., 'l-f x, Y -'V' ,' " ' 541 TE: Q? " An - - , g X: - . 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'iii 555 252,551 5' W ' - 'N nf- -rf www-vw'rv-req 2,-75,-.gagwaiigi PAGE SUXTY-EIGHT :1ifsii175.' y '- - . -d'ir'.1 S s a" :QM -l 1 ,1 'ie 1 ,V L S . N T55 f ee' 13 - 5 ' - ' - " r "l'g?"ii " ,-. A: E5 x L r, at' i 'fe A swf. E' i if Adkins, Edith Akerley, Hildred Andrews, Helen Andrews, Willard Atwood, Ruth Auger, Aline Austin, Hazel Baker, Gleyn Barry, -lohn Basselett, Emilio Bassett, Dorothy Bates, Lucille Beal. Theresa Beattie, Marie Beckler. Teresa Bedford. Edith Berry. Alden Berry David Berry. Pauline Bixby, Stanley Rornstein, Rudolph Bouchle s. ,lames Bonlay Bower, Bowie. Brown Brown Brown Brown Bryant. Marcel William Granville Earl Everett Marilyn Robert Shirley Buck, Florence Burdick. james Carver, Stanley Christensen, William Clark, Irving Clements, Charles Clitiiord, Roscoe Cohen. Maxine Collins, Wil'iam Connor. Fred Coulombe. Roland Crabtree. Laura Creart. Norma Cushman, Charles Davidson. Wesley Davis. Davis, Davis, Davis. Clifton Doris Forrest Owen DeCoster, Shirley DeRosay, Irene Diamond, Zelda DiRenzo, Marie SOPHOMORES-CLASS Donahue, Allen Drew. Barbara Durrell, George Duston, Wright Dyer, Harold Elliott, Barbara Estes, june Estes, Wilbur Eveleth, Richard Everett, Alta Farrell. Marybelle Fifield, Gilbert Eoisy, Laureat Frost, Albert Frost, Charlotte Fvfe, Leonard Gibson, Robert Gorman, Bernard Goss. Edith Gould, Merlton Gonsse, Roland Gray, Elaine Greaton, Roberta Greenleaf, Helen Greenwood. Louise Haley, Leora Hammond. Carlton Hammond, Russell Harlow, Marguerite Harris, Daniel Hasychak, Nadia Hawkins, Genevieve Hawkins, Ormgton Hawkins, Ruth Hewison, Donald Hofmann. Herbert Hooper, Edwin Johnson, Barbara lohnson, Edith lohnson, Eunice Kaulakis. Mildred Keene, Gertrude Keith, Russell Kilborne, George Kilgore. Louise Knslansky, Adeline Lafayette. Murielle LaRose. Regina Lawless, Wm. -lr. Lenage, Adelard Lepage, Lucille L'Heurenx. Reginald Libby, Emily OF 1936 Littlefield, Roberta Lorentzen, Albert Lorentzen. Loren Lothrop, George Lowell, Earland MacDonald, Edward MacDonald, Rita MacLean. Arlene Maguire, Winifred Mann. ,loseohine Martin, Martine McAllister. Carleton McCobb, Mary McFadden, Lloyd McFadden, Viola McGlinchey, James McKeene, George McWilliams, Hannah Merrick. Constant Merrill, Agnes Merrow, Lois Meserve, Philmore Meserve. Phyllis Miller, Ruth Milton. Ethola Mitchell, Ellen Morency, Raymond Morrison, Beatrice Mottram. Georee Murnhv, Martha Myrand, Rosemay Vyrick, Frank Myrick. Walter Nason. Henrv Nawickv, Ioseohine Norris. Earle Norris. Frances Parsons. Bessie Peacock. Thomas Perkins. Marion Plante, Beatrice Plummer. Frances Pratt. Albro, Jr. Pratt, lane Pratt, Thelma Pray, Effie Proctor. Freda Prout. Thelma Pnlsifer, Walter Quance, Albert Quance, Walter Quinn, Edward, ,l r. Rand, Alice PAGE SIXTY NINE Rand, Philip Ray. Hartley Rich, Carroll Ricker, Hiram Ridley, ,lessie Robbins, Blanche Robertson, Kenneth Robie. Frederick Robinson, Elizabeth Robinson, ,lohn Robinson, Vera Rolerson, Herbert Rounds, Barbara Rowe, Harry Sargent, Edith Scales, Damon Scruton, john Seavey, ,lane Semer, Milton Sharpe, Roberta Sherman, Edward Sinclair. Eleanor Slocum. Betty Small, Thelma Smith. ,luneta Smith, Lorraine Snowe. Carleton Stevens, Arline Stevens, Thelma Stewart, Beatrice St. Pierre, Eernand Sylvester. Ruth Talcott. Louise Thissell, Lola Thomason. Richard Thorne, Harry Tilton, Forrest Toothaker, Pauline Torrey, Gale "Towle, Cheslev Turner, Araminta Veilleux, Juliet Verrill, Kenneth Vickerv, Mildred Wakefield, Everett Waterman, Florence White. Frances Whitmore, Roger Wilson, Winsor Vlfinslow. Thelma Woodard, Madelyn Woodbury, George Wright, Sumner f' 2 lsfff- +- 1 yf ,QQ Ma g Qi ' ! Ls :Ee E J X i An fs?!LEirg'g B fggljugjg Hlill Q ' l5Qug1,g gfg -.-:Qu-i , QF'-f' 9- ' Y si-t x'f4'1:EE1fT' WL P N. X, , ,U , r Y K , 2 2"n..4:n.........L ' X ' f Y ek N - X5Q ".' , ' - - X ' 4 T i'f7? ,,.'?w - . 'ff , . f Tv F41 7-1 f'A L I, ' v l f ' ii X EE E ! T- , - -, 1 - 4 ug! nn gag 1 ly- --num N Lf 'lf ll 1 Y Y V 533:25 1 . I ,' F'Ti-Finn u minmnlbgf '5 5 E- 'SE' in Si i, R- :N , ,E X I-Q5 4 ,1 ...Mi .. U.. .... . 7 - -.- f...-L..,.,-.i , -Y .s.-, .rv- zf 'vvwuvfp-rv-rwri rut-usp-umrv-1, PAGE SEVENTY -ff.-fi - Q QP F? F- 1 Ns w1'W"' " . -' 'fm-pl? 'W u -- -L - - -- I -. L, ff" W 462' . 151 Eprii K .' M A f f ' x ' ' i?iiiE E ililg N r SEE v f lx , ff '-' , i4 Qf f v gfszalzesazass: ig gzssgilmi ,Q E ' N, . g:!,E!?i:5'JEfi' HERE?-5-sis: XT O , , ff 1 !,-K Y gtk, , . "N '--' C, A9 ,.'- ',4'.- - ,ij :S , i WJ Kllitm if 415 V51-Y ww fb.. . -N, a X YA' R ':5iF3' 4ll! l.l ' 5 5b ' H? f " -' 5 nigga 13 if . :.,, Eg ' 3, 1 X H ,. l u C1 I--ghg, ,Y ,.g!1,!,, -f P f vwlvlvwii-ii I 5'fliiiT:i-I YY'-il ZV' r '-L -- L . ff lfsqfsf 1 ? Y 'r Q 7 Jfqek 1 ' nnmungggqu 'F '- A AA.. --14? K 'N T, ' ff t ,T , J, X Elf . w, x - , 4 mf 1 ,K 4- X Ui, I . I, - 1 J :nl L 'F Qff ia?g59:EE':E2". :'i:2. ..".' fl- 115. ' , ' 'Iii' ' ' Masses: s..2' . N H I T xv f y 515535: :::Ei Pas: illigilal X M Z: : W 2 , ,' 1 1 in In I lu I ul ' f ,fi .Hu fri 5. 4 Dy isssssmggffiu if-, -3 H V 4, .: 5 sz: 25: :g:::5. u:.g::e :g::::5 ,v +" i- ' , fi ' 13, af? J : ll .. ' FACE SEVENTY - TWO 'fFi.i5R. - 576 1 - e . S 'H I , by is . - Q pl -ef' . , l. Quo! Q t--,.--L,, ll? " Q' l f' l l i .:e me es- i s .' . - FEES-L ?'ff+::'5gg55:155g2 ll EEE ll, ' ' - Arheson, Leonard Nllan. Rodney fxllt'Il, Loretta Allen. Margaret .Xtxyootl Henry Austin. Dorothy Hailey, flglij-Q Hailey. Merle lfaneroft. Clara Hates. Arlene lleattie. Dorothy Reefly, Kimmel lieein Theresa Hell. lletty llenoit. liarhara ll'-rry. Harry lillllfluilll. Riehartl liissonnette. Doris Rlaneliarrl. ,lulia Rlrnieliartl. Rover Hosse. llertranrl Howden. Kenneth Rrirlges, Verna Briggs, Ardelle llroekman, Nellie liryant, Hiram liuehanan, Franeis Faryer. Cordon Cass, Kenneth flhaivlin, Robert Fhesley. Adele Chinman. Evelyn Clark. X'N'illiam fiiolby, Elizabeth Collins, Elizabetli tiiooner, Lawrenee Fonant, VK'ilma Coyyles. ,lane Coyne, -lite frorker, lirnin Fushman. Rieliarrl Davis, Madeline Dayis. Richard Davis. Ruth Dayis. Velma Dill, Natalie Downing. Roland FRESHMEN-CLASS OF 1937 LWEBSTERJ Dufresue, Louise Dufresne, Rita Edwards, Agnes Edwards, Gordon Enman. Eileen Eveleth. june Field, Martin Foster, Dorothy Francis, Sherwood Frank, Marjorie Fraser, Elizabeth Freeman. Annie Fyfe. Dorothy Gardner, Georue l7atf'l1Cll, Herbert Gibbs, Richard Uiyen. Russell Goss, Harry - Goss, Pauline Doss. Ruth Goueli, Robert Conldrun. William Gousse, Flora-nee Greeley, Eneene Greenleaf. Claire Greenleaf. fqlyde Greenleaf. Laurie Hazen, Florence Haley, Carlton llarlow. Edith Harnden, Flara Harrington, Fred Haskell, Donald Hivuins. Lawrence Hilclen. Taina Hodedon, ,Tune Howe, Henry Howland, Marjorie lrish, Dorothy Kerr, William Keirstead, Kenneth Koss, lflorenee Lafhanre, William Ladd. Norris Laroehelle, Cecile Larrabee, Donald Larrabee, Elizabeth Libby, Gertrude Libby, Hiram Libby. Maurice McAllister, Gordon McAllister, Sherwood McLellan. Margaret McCobb, Marjorie Mcflarret. Dorothy McGee, Pauline McGee. Ro-"er McGowan. Mary McKeen. june MeKenney, ,lanet Marsh. ,lanire Marshall. T72 Mason, Evelyn Matthews Claire Melrher, Barbara Merrill, ,lohn Morris. Arleta Morse, Marjorie Mower. Wyvern Munroe. .lames Nason. Ted Neal, Riehard Nichols. Rodanthe Noel, Laurier Nybere, Eva Oleis, Helen Dlson. Phyllis Page. Nelson Paine. Prisrilla Parker, Herbert Parker, Leslie Perkins. Dwiirht Peters, Helen Pettineill, Olive Poor. Martin Pratt, Arthur Pratt, Earl Rawstron, Victor Redmun. Alfred Ritchie. Dorothy Robbins, Leroy Rogers, Kenneth Rolerson, Ruth Roy. Lucien PAGE SEVENTY THREE Ryan, Bernard Ryan, Paul Ryder, Ethel Sarauw, Katherine Saunders, Harold Savage, Izetta Sedgley, VVilfrecl Sidelinger. Phyllis Skinner. Barbara Small, Elizabeth Smith, Wesley Smith, William Soutar. James Stone, James Strauss, Virginia Sturgis, Norine Sullivan, Daniel Sylvester, Laura ,Taleott, Robert Tarbell, Vivian Tebbetts. Fharles Theberee. Adrienne Thissell, Muriel Thompson, Christine Thompson. julian Thurston, VVilliam Tibbetts, John Timnany, Henry Turmenne. Stanley Viekery, Frank Walker. VValter Ward, Emma Wardwell. Merrill Watson, Richard Webster, Donald Weston, Priscilla VVheeler, Francis VVhite, Wallaee mlllllHI1lS. Reatriee Williams, Marian Wills, Dorothy VVilson. Roeer Wing. Mary VVoodard, Robert Wyman. Leroy York, Roger gy ' +.t j" P lf? " 1. V A wr'--i?f?Q4fr' . 4 L' '-fw-r.-X ,Q-rf . H ' 1 -0, nv ! X f 71' f .L E ' Q f A 'Misa ss! 7" ll Q 3 A" li? 'Hg ' 2 - f l ea tr l JL A E rf? sziagifiigigfi' 5515255121: " - Cl"l1oto by XXv?1Sl'll1llI'll Sturlioj FHESHMEN--CLASS UF 1937 LLINCOLNJ Arnold. f4lZll'L'llk'L' Anrlnir, Aliette linker, lirnest llezuilieu, Uorotliy Iloisrert, Rene Hnotli, liclwznrrl -i own .r 1.1 l'r , l . n '1 1 fikllli-lllZ1l1, Dorothy Capnno. Catherine Cook, Robert Deleeto, Anna Floyd. Raymond Fontaine, Yvon Gardner, Lucille flomlin. l'illlCllCl1l1C Groleau, ,losepli lloblws, jeannette Kaplan, Beatrice Kaplan, Raloll Keene, Stanley Kuslansky, Muriel Lz1Plante, Leon Levesoue. Albert Levesqne, Alberta Libby, Marjorie Meltzer, June Nfoussette, Alfred Naclean, Marie Laure PAGE SEVENTY'FOUR Nziclean, VVilbrod Ouellette, Ernest Pninelizuxd, Laureat Pelletier, Annette Perkins, Florence Perron, Gerald Potvin. Germaine Robinson, Helen Stephenson. Louise Stuart, Leslie Talon, Delia Tardif, Donat Trask, Floycl gf -3555 ,X Q - Pg I 1 XAQEQIY' 1 I .f ffm! -. 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The Cllllllfil 11:15 :lim vlu-m11':1g'wl Slmrts zmml ill2lllg'lll'Zlf64l ll new fcmn uf rally for lnrlslwtlmll. PAGE SEVENTY-SIX xl wwvgp , il ! -a ir f ,.q,,.' 35515-ag :fl ,TT ,,, ilk ' q X "'1"37', f. .m:.:.Iffil33!n5ii! lQfQ"glg!' Mjglii?iigEiikgQ Q' if if 'IQE-Ti s-saf g w if ' A' -' i sg. " f M' A" 3 . I i gi-, 1 li? "' fav A ' Nl l 'gi .Qi ..- i ' V X, vi -iE1iEi.5EE:iEE-5 57? ... ::: ::::. y l I'ig gag 5:23 , , lg u.......l...!..: :Eiu..iw...iIHI L fl , ,i - I i it s:!.5l5iglEf1 2152-Efiswiia GIRLS' COUNCIL uififuiius l'1m-iflwazf, limvi NA l'iiuuiNs lfsirllt' IN Rulli l'i'clmlr N1 rs, lluwen I'im'-l'm'.v1'11'vi1l, lilCRiXl,IlINl-Q liUl,lll-:R ,SUc'l'4'h11'v-I l'i'i1.v11Vr1', .Xxfiix l',viiui-71: MIQMBICRS lilli-r Ulm-nice Kilmer lflrmiui' Siurliiii' 4 M luiuisr lxilc-ill ,lmiv XVils-in A " Miss Svnlly Nlise l ierce llui Girls' Cmiiiiuil luis lizul am iiilcrcstiiig mul sim-vssfiil ycur. 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' 'l I e --, . , 1 H . 5 5 L, ss Y 1 4 .- 1 , " 1 5 ,fi L fi., , ,. ,,. -Jimi -2- -.., Y- - -.L X V -a , .gn I Alice Alclc-11 Ar1111l1l Austin l"re1lr1'ick Hailey 'l'l1111'111:1 Cniiiplnull lXl111'y Clmsc llulwii Cruclic-1' l'1'isc'illz1 Cllllllfllt' fN111rp,'111'e1 I Pick SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS l'1'u51'fir11t, lfR.xN1i 11111419 '1'1'1'-Pm'v1'1l1'11l, lfIll'I'll l.1-,A111s1f'1"1X1QR l,L-igl1t1'111 liingley lfre-41 lluwniiig XYilli:1111 lllifresnv Russell li:11l1111 Xvilyllt' liste-s l,x-1111 1il'0t'll l,1111ise ll:1rl11w ller:1lcli11e ll11ll I .Sv1'1'rf111vT11111111 x111111x1 Sllllllk l -11 .11 1,1-1. ' 1113111111148 Otis Haskell lrene llewison lic-zxtricv Ilulwlms Arline Jox'1l:1n S:1t:111ick K11lcl111ki1111 ,lc1l111 Litclilielcl Lewis Littletielnl Lillirtlr Nlaimis list:-llc Miller llv1'l1c1't Milly-1' Yictur l'11tters1m lC1lwi11z1 Pcrkiiis l'l1vllis l'l11111111e1' M:irg1111't Sucre Yi1'gi11i:1 S1111114lc1's Rulmrt Sclwppe Ernest Sc1'iln1c-r 11111:-Me 'I'11lCutt l':lQA1ll'lUl' VS':1lk6l' Cl:11':1 YYl1itel11111se Alice VVl1iti11g Ruth XYilli:1111s VVilli:1111 XVm11lwm'tl1 Rusvttn Zriikvvitcli 'l'l1c Sc-11i111' llllilllilllk' Clulm is 11116 of the most uctivc 111'gz111izz1ti1111s in liClXY2ll'Cl Little. Llll4lt'l' the fz1itl1f11l lcz11le1'shi11 uf Miss .VX1111 l,lll'VlS z111cl Miss Christine N111'w11111l, several 11110-not plays l1:1vc l1cc11 prcpniwrl :mcl 111'Csc11tcnl 1111 cliflerellt 11ccz1sif111s, Kleiiilx-rs uf the club have also mzulc up the llllljlll' part of the casts A 1 lllli tlw Umtcsl l'lz1y zmrl the Senior lJ1':1111z1. ljllfllllf thu vezu' vz11'i1111s memlmcrs of tllc fZlCllllj' have g'lVl'll slim-t talks for the 5 ZillY11llCt'l1lCIll uf thc art 111' staging Zlllll cl1Aa111:1ti1s PAGE EIGHTY-TWO 4 '- q'Wi'?5 fgffsswf- ,ff l' il 1' w , . illgf'-J ifif l' gl lf?-i!fff5Ef1?4i-1: be ef-EJ S' s ' e ,-if iia2isiE!El?3l'!Ql'1!!El!:1 is!! -'iB'i1i, E+- , pm Q M la. "Y ii'fvEsiE'sas5T!i5g,Q53555-32,3 gill!!! i .egwefgi ' 'liar ig? iz SEE QNN , f""l?' fl 'sail 12 5- !:EE.l ll' Nl E likijqgli asgagzlfgs'-5s'lf':':f-a" b!5Z5a.ag2i:a QQ HI-Y CLUB Ol"l"lL'lfRS P1'u.r1'1lv1il, liuixliivl' Sa'iim'i'iQ I'in'-l'r'r.v1'f1'u11l, ltlllflb fl,UI'l2Il .S'i'rrr1'111'.v-T1'rf1x1m'r, -lun N XX lll'l'l-I NIENIIZIQRS lfmnk lnvivl Nulpll lilvlvlluin lJ:vn.xl1l .Xflliins llxxrulfl lYl1ite llenrge liilluniiwlv .lulin VVliitr' lfrerl liailer xl-wlin Cilrtlnnll, Kenneth XIHHIIK Ruger NK'l1itlnni'e liubf-rt Selwppc' YVilli:im l'lzmle Clinrles ,lurllzm l'l1ilmnrm' Kleserve H4u'v1l4l llyer lfrecniun lieru lfrcil Clnngli ll:irn:1ril Alurilzm l.lf+ywl Nlelizulileii. vlr. lfrlwnrrl l,ittle's 1034 Ili-Y Club bus been the must zxetire, Si'l'YlC02llllL'. :nul successful grmni nf its liinrl in Klznine. The club ennveneil in September, unnler tbe capable ilireetiun of llerry llziyrlen, -lr., :incl eleetefl nllieers. 'lllie next few meetings were spent in revising tlle ewnsti- tutinn. lt was cleeiclecl tbzit ezieb class of tbe bigb selinul slinulcl be representecl by seven members in the elub. These new members were ebusen in Uetnber, 'llbey tool: the lli-Y uzitli, sullerecl an initiation :mil were guests at Il line lmzlniliiet. Since that time the club bas enntinuzilly been active, eznrying on ilill'erent pru- jccts. This year the Club has spmisorecl ri benebt football rlnnee, belcl zi Clnistinzis party for Over fifty neefly ebilclren, lllllili' TllZ1llliSQlX'lllg cmiwilmlimis, belperl fzn'ry on the lluys' CHl1lCI'CllL'Q in .-'Xnburn :incl lielcl parties znnmnig tlie elub Ill0llllWl'5. PAGE EIGHTV -THREE Q .::,. qLp' .S ',.L glii u Q- x . x r.. xt , ' feewx Q71 V e - l1 ' +- 41- 3 - 5 4 1334"-5 -E-95 J' . X 1' ,i 4 F -f cg" N, ww +ffffH:2qd .f' f- :ww -f.mw?EHJwfH14EHWQw ' .527 6 ,. . ' i ' Y ,li it EEE t.. . . . ,r .f it ll " E2 142' f 74- ' Z' 'J f ' . -Q, Li 'liiifii 55555. E5 5555555 7 - . ill A 0 ii , u::i:::lE:-dn! 9 f 1 rlv-Irv-rmrvfu IVF!-5.1! f ' 1 i'i.ii,i'E-s-'56 l LIBRARY PROCTORS tJl"l"lCl'1RS l11'fxv1'f1'f':ll, lflllll l'Rlii:l.ii .ht't'l'1'ftIVVl'-I 1w1.r111'1'r', lii'il,l.l-1 I JU x ll .x xi l'itll'l1ll,l' . lu':'1'.rw-, lCnx.x clHliNl"HR'l'll l'fXl'fL'l"l'lVlf C1 PM M l'l"l'lCl'f llarl-.im llatccll-n lleanc llzunun Mzivinc lflli-ill l'Rl Kilt HRS Rnyinlmrl l':nx'ill Margaret llii-lc Rwl-ert f'rm'kcr lleznnr' llainrm Alivhn Litcliliclvl Yirmln Allcn Mary Chaise Alrihn XYhitr' llf-Ill: llnnhsiln Rnlh l'rclrlm- 5lPll'iZ:1rr't lislcs Ilnwxtliy llmze lfreelerick llmrniiig Lmiisf' llzlrlmr llsnlmrxi flsiivrlnii l,f'igl1tu11 liinglci Maxine lfllirwtl lrcnc llnviilsuii llnring the stnniner of '33 :in zlhle :incl cnnscicntinns group nl' sc-ninr girls untler the lcaclcrsliip nf Miss Virginia llryant, lf. I.. ll. S. 120. hegzin the Cillfllllglllllg' nl nur lilirary. The llc-wer Decimztl System, stzinrlarcl in all hrst class lilnrziries, calls for three sets nl' cnrcls: the tirst set arrztngecl ztccorcling to the numerals, the secnnrl alplizilmetically heginning with the zn1tl10r's name, anrl the thircl anrl last with the titles. liach one is a cluplicate of the others except in classification. The lilwrary prnctors for this work were: Barham Garcelon, Maxine Elliott. Margaret Dick. lmuise Harlow, Ruth Preble. and Belle Dunham. Latter in Sc-pteinlier the above list nl' olilicers :incl imrnctnrs was chnsen. PAGE EIGHTY-FOUR ff- T Q? lifpgm C at S -ia '41Q5f,! mf N-4,1 rpg 7' ,J-qv-. A . I we .1 Ji 'N If - :'- .5 P' I A .- swfg Qim5f!lq.,':,! ll' l -X' El . az: 15' Y - - . ...J ..- liiigii E , si.-mmu, - mg' E x rua lul ul ou, lull n gun an ull :ua -,-f :- un :. :.: 'itll 3 E... . 'J -Ap - ,f p num-p Flrvri ' IT! VITY' II - e ii i f :f i xv if ' ""giEgiassjs:i7 Q. Niki ' li H E' i g ? lil: ' HOME ECONOMICS CI ,U B lJl"l9lL'lflQS l'1'4'v1flw1l Xlxiu:.xi:i5'i',x illTk'll.'XN.XN .Xiline Alnrrlnn Nlxirpzuerite flziniiiii-n l.eil:i llrucknizin l.ill.i llryqint Kl.irii-n .Xrni-lil Tlieressi llrzigiluii Hairy l"i':us-i' Thelma Stevens lleziirice Sten':n'! Jessie Ridley lftlmla Kliltun Marguerite llzirlow I lm'-l'l'i'.v1fli'r1l, Xlxiu' lll'N'1'HN Lulu Illini:- l,ll6'll2l l'-wlzincl Mzirimi Sli:-rinzin l'lii llif l'lll'lll'l' llwry Xl:u'i'1:ili Minnie Niskiiiic-ii l':niline llnnglitim June Creenlezif Chzirlutte Frost lrene liaviflsun ,lzine Prnt! Lucille Lepage Sm'Vi'fi11'xi'-'l'1'uux1fl'f'1', Nl.XIllll'IClil'l'lQ ll.XRi,4ixx NIICKIIHCIQS SICNIHRS llvlvn l,ilvlH lflinui' llziriwi lmliisi' Slinlvlairil llvrzilnline Il:ill ll'ilin:i RlcN:ill5 Ruth NYilli:iinQ llvrnicc' Slniill .Xrlyn R4-cmwrl llzirrivt lliintvi' l,illi:m Srhinirli -IVNIHRS lfllilh Rll'llJlI'4liU1I Nximlin' -lmim-N Shirley Al-H104 Shirley' Anna' Smith lfrlnqi Rulviiisvni Hairy lliintini .Xrleiw llvgilx Slll'llHNlORlfS Luis Xleiwni' Nellie 'l':i5l1n' ,Kline llzinrl llevr-rly Allen ,Xiiiiiiiiitri Tlll'llL'!' llgiric llc-liviiwi .Xrlene Mel.:-nn livelyn llzivis Nlzirjmrie lhn-sry Agnes file-riill llzizel Young: llrmitliy .Xiiflersfni The Home lfcmimnics Cfluh has hail ri very mccessfiil sczismi us well as :in Y cntertaiiiing one imclci' the siipervisinii ni Miss Pierce :incl Bliss lurvis.. PAGE EIGHTY-FIVE Vi?-: :Elia ,' "ul " 1:5 :sgEVQ" fL y ' C-"iiQRgggjyv 1, - -Q 'QQZCJ rKe,.,, Q 'E ......... ' Ir I N K ,N F xg 1. Y , 7 1' -5-, , , ., - C sv, ,ffllf"5-'ii I-1 fl , 3 'lin'-1-, ' iii" -'ff ' ,. . SMF' .- ' 574.1 gif? Q f x 'i ti fi JS 5'-...ig if 1 5-1 tl, 'fll ?- .- i .- C C I tf5i'5E:IE:E-?1fi' 'sa :swiss 2 C aviiw 'EEQE-1525.2 58 C --L iwimai' l if ' 'W -I 'Qi X il gli..-ii.. i K1 XA X lr JJ 15,5 x kia "n- 314' Q xxx i 1 I 'iiinlm' E ik Q i 4 an I - u : ' f" 1 il El l 'Q ri 94, T. ',...",..." if """- 7 .-, Z . fifiaiiiiii-iii 5l'Fii'--5:71-Fiiiil ll l l l l l ll ill GIRLS, RIFLE CLUB Ol"1"ICliRS 1'1'v.i'1'flf11f, tl ,xM1'r'1'ii ,ll.XLt'tl'1"1' .S'vr1'vlf11'y, GLICNICIC AlllWIfR COACHES R. A. XVMZG NIQMHERS Ifilith .Xllkins .Xltu lfvvrvtt Phyllis Meserve llvlcn ,Xnilrrws llc-lvu Crm-iilezif Ruth Miller .Xlicr llniley llzirrict Hall Nlfxrtlm Murphy lrcnc' liIlNIlI'!lS Xlztrcia Hull Thcliiizi Front llzirluirn Elliott lfrzmces Hmvrml Cm-oline Pulsifer I'vlift'-Pl'l'.YflI't'Ill', Doms XYAGG T1'm.v1r1'f1', PIIYLLIS BIC KFORD C. l.. MERROW Joyce' Rzinrl Elizalnetlt Robinson llnrharn Rounds lane Seavry Rolwrta Sharpe Louisa Talcratt Helen Thompson This is thc fourth yczlr of thc lf. l,. Girls' Rifle Team. The First six wcvlqs of our season wt-1'v spent flown in the lirlwarcl l.ittlc gym for clry shooting after which wc went to the .Xuhuru Rifle Range where we have hccu shooting our quali- lllillltlll targets. .-Xmoiig the seniors blzmette Talcott is working for her ninth har for lfxpcrt Rillv Xhvfllllilll. Phyllis llicktorcl has arlvzuicecl to zi 3rcl class sharp- shootcr while our only other veteran senior, Frances Howard, is a 211ml Class sharp- sllooter. Thc juniors :mcl sophs have also clone Hue Work. Chu' success is clue to our two very helpful coaches: Ralph QX. XYagg and Carl I.. Mcrrow. PAGE ElGHTY-SIX 'aff -iff.. ' Q ,-1 2-'Q' 549 ' A 5 ' i Y W' Q.: N , r kikgix' IQQML --1-' ' 1- i t ' X, 1 - If il Zh f t. X i liiig 3 inning A l F' 'viii in ' Xi. ' - F5221 i, 'E5"EEE" 17-EE EEE E':: '- 1, fl' E l i - e ' , 'A l Ijl'l'.YI'llf'lIl', FRAN K I .nun George Nichols Reginald lflleureux Robert Czunerun Edward Quinn. jr. Emilio Busselett Sumner NYripzht BOYS' RIFLE CLUB l'irf'-Pwsirlrlll, ROBl2R'1' CAMI-iRoN .Sl't'I't'f1Il'V Yll'l'lIA'IlI't'I', l,lil1: M E BI B P1 R 'S Alamos Mclilincliy Carleton Slacfullister Alfred Brockman Ralph Cuoalwin Roscoe Clitlord Alfred Sirlelinger ltvlxx in llmquer Freclerir York Francis Norris Rnluert Kessell Gzwlielrl lhulim: ll'l l,lnyrl lllc lfzulllvu, li Though the cluh got ott to a late start. il large group of lmoys turned out for the rifle clulw. Nr. Hogg has given much of his time coaching the green mzlterinl, and we are greatly indebted to him. . Frank Lord, president of the Cluh, is the only major veteran of the group. Several shoulder to shoulder matches have been planned for the year. liCL'Z1llSC of the large numher of sophomores out for the club it is certain that a very good team will develop in the years to Come. PAGE ElGHTY'SEVEN as Q ST dswfffm , f Q if-131 "af ' ' " W F .xj ' ,-11',:3WA'qF'mQ,.,n .M 'P xg x 5553! E-. H.-.V hu... 'WE .aint-ng fxlllliaua 5:51 'TEE x I Q M JA 'Y Hlf- fi": SE 'L 1 g "-"': i" : ' "i: .ai,ss, - -S - V 5. ml- n SEE Q- fax S mf-'g l H' sl f.fa': lies - 1 i Q ll -I A -Ll-2, -Q ,L ,......,a-nw.. ,vi-iiwsiaiaa W PAGE EIGHTYYEIGHT gih "" i . cv x "'577f , ff? rf if 1 I 1 ,QQ a 31 7. ' .,.5...k,,?-53:77 -' fh rra 3 '53 15 I x! E22 ' 5 I aii Q i il F ig 'It I Y Y-- A M V V - A Hug I: : ': In ', , .- -- ' -- 413 My st agfv e 1 ... E ., X 5,-A, , 5.-..., . - . .b-l!f-N! E..lg. ...gl 2 1 mi ss xt tt? l Q ii iq t s -.gig gfgiqlg Qual! l I ' '-'Ti' - . 1 f' " nail!!! !2!!!.-- ll 1EI2G225'.!!l1, ' I' 2 'C 22: 2: 2 -1' 'ru-tif' H322 123125 L ., -.. .nu ---u lllifal ee 4 ' ' ' aisle:.z.ilElLls:.:::sait SENIOR DRAMA "SH1R'rsL1iEv12s", the 1934 Senior Play. was one of the most enjoyable plays given during the last few years. Moreover it was a success financially. thanks to lidward l,ittle's students and friends. .X great deal of praise is due all who helped with the drama. especially since the spring vacation necessitated a two-day advance in the date of its production. ln spite of this change, the three able coaches. Miss Margaret -lordan. Miss .-Xlma Perkins. and Miss Miriam Rice. managed to put on a very smooth production of Charles Quimby llurdette's three-act domestic comedy in the lidward Little .Nuditorium April l7th and 18th. The whole cast was chosen after voluntary tryouts with a great deal of delibera- tion by the judges. with the result that each of the characterizations seemed very natural. The action centered around the members of the aristocratic and wealthy Rand family. who. at the end of a three-generation shirt-sleeve cycle. suddenly found themselves turned almost penniless by a bank failure. lt took a visit to an exacting but sensible aunt. and the unwelcomed aid of Margie Scanlon. the sup- posedly "cheap" bootlegger's daughter to bring the older members of the Rand family to their senses. 'l'hroughout all three acts, the twins, portrayed by llerbert Miller and lfleanor NYalker. delighted the audience with their most innocent pranks and remarks. -Ianette Talcott gave a very true to life representation of the modern spoiled and egotistical daughter of a wealthy family. whereas Robert Schoppe, as her wild but likeable brother. was a very convincing young college man with a mind of his own, which told him he was actually in love for the first time. His sweetheart, Margie Scanlon, was very well enacted by .Xrline jordan. As the parents of these exceedingly interesting children. no two students could have been better than 'l'hurma Campbell and Robert Crocker. lioth of them had had experience earlier in the year playing older parts and did exceptionally well in this. their most important performance. l.illiette Marois, as the hilarious maid, Kitty. convulsed the audience with her wild and disconnected chatter about her beau. Elmer. and the milkmen's ball. Though he was only a villain to the Rand family. Frank l.ord received the praise of the audience for his splendid work as the double- crossing city slick, Richard Crandall. Others who helped to make the play inter- esting were lfrederick liailev. lfdwina Perkins. Phyllis Plummer, l,ewis l.ittlefield. -lacqueline Shifter, Phyllis l'itcher. Norman Chase. and a group of townspeople at the auction. Though he took only the part of the auctioneer in the actual play. Leighton Dingley merits special credit since he was also electrician and property manager. Phyllis liickford assisted him in obtaining the properties and Ralph Goodwin took care of the publicity for the play, The ushers were in the charge of Martha Bailey and john XVhite, while the music between the acts was under the direction of Mr. lack. PAGE EIGHTV-NINE F 5 NYJ :Rig-.J ss 7 - ,.i.t......ll:l. 'F 5 1- f, -1 fauna, xl Q! ., s IA: I ,N 'ps uhhh. 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" f l - - fi l' ll lr ' j llunitlil .Xtliins Ruth Aiiflreiis llc rlvert lizirne Gemlil Bean Rene Bnisvert .Xrimlvl Baker fllzilwel lirnziei' lllziry Chase Rene Cliiemine Stanley Cliiireh lfrevl Cminm' Clizirles Curtis lrving Ciiminiiigs Nathalie Dill llarlwara Uiifresne Charles liveleth .Xrline .lin-flnii llnriiaiwl ,lurilaii ORCHESTRA MEMBERS llei'nzii'zl Laiigley Maurice Legenflre Marjorie Morse Erlwanl Mac Donald Estelle Miller Marilyn Millet' Robert Mixer Rieliarrl McKinney Yietnr Pzittersmi Blziritvii Perkins Gernrrl Sainnson Milton Seinei' Clement Smith Jessie Smith .lunita Smith Lorraiiie Smith Orzilrl Smith Arlene Stevens Lucille Starkey Yirginizi Riehzirils Furest Tilton Ruth Ynsinus XVilliam Xihmliwvrtli 'l'he lfclwrml l,ittle m'eliesti':i enjoyed anotlier line season this year. lt marie its first pnlilie :ippezirziiiee the latter part of October. when it gave :in excellent concert at the l.eii'istun City Hall fm' the State 'lleaehers' Convention. Since that time it has appezirerl on many selioul pmgranis. The oreliestrzi possesses some unusually line talent whivh has nmrle it Out- Slllllfllllg. Klneh ereclit is clue Nr. luck, unclei' whose learlership the ui'eliesti'a estzihlisliecl its line record. Beeziuse of the number of uiiclei'-grafluates in the organizatimi we feel certain of a sueeessful orchestra in years to come. PAGE NINETY 1 ' , f?':-.fi M ' fl' fi? - - , Y ' :ff-fs .Q xii 57, Jrikiiiihali. N 'E N Q... ,-:Q ,, J - f - is ,: 22-3 ' s " 1 1 -s i J M ' s y' ffsrs21isis-ZaszsiilwlifvsisiarggeEe! r ' 4' -. - '- X 5 -' .. A f --:H-------: -i:::"g' ' "..,. , '..,..i.... - ' 22 Qi in 'Y-'V -5 i 1i!!'E-iE E 553 s g i J Vi W if' Ii'-A 155 K' 1 ..:::::::z::::' A -:::u:z:u::.i 3 if 4 E M ,,, , , ic, -g:!iEi5!5YEf: n2.53f.i5.eSai MEN HIQRS lhinqihl Atkins N-irnum 1-uiilfl Nlnrjurie' NI-irsr .Xruiilnl llnkcl' ixfiillk' Alurilzill Mxiriun l'L'i'kins G4-mlm! Nami ll:u'n:n'il jmxlzni Coram! Sznnpsmi Rene Uuisx'm't Ilcrnaml Lzmgley Miltmi Selmer Mary Chaise Lewis Iii Stanley Clmrch Re-nr Chiv-vine A ttlehelsl Nxmrice Leg:-mire l',4lw:u'1l Mzlcllmizllil Rulgmnl llim ning Rifchzilwl Ms' Kilmry Chzirlr-s i2Yl'lt'1il lfiirllf' Xlillvi' Qiit'lllk'!If Smith Forest 'Vihim XYiIli:im XY-uulxx.n'tl1 The hzmml ciijuycfl mic of its must slicucssfiil sczisuns this your uiuh-r thc h-:uh-1 ship uf our in-w i11structm', Mr. jack. XX'hc-ii Nlr, .lurk Crum- to lfmlxvzml l,i1tlv thu pmspcrts ui ll grind illlllii werc not wry lmriglit, hut through his uutiring ul'l'urts, lha sclicml swim had Il hzuicl tu hc prm ul ut. The hzmrl rcccivc-cl praise especially fur its snappy zxplvczlrzulcc 111 thu luvnl final hull gznm- rm yXrmisticv llzly. ln truth wr' fc-el that it has upheld thc rccmwl ui lfrlxrzml l,itth-'s previuus hzmcls. :mal lumps that thv gguucl wnrlq may hc km-pt up. PAGE NINETV-ONE Q 5 f tn' y 155-, 1' +4 L ' 5' Q57 5-' L- V it Sg t tm s ti' tsl E 324 ' s... 6 l ,N Ava M E' .' 'M sgs:sEs,'13'2-"gtgl5f'IQli'5L.:I, A :plus ll ,-. ,JI 5:55. Qlgiiglgf 3: " Iii' I1 I i ni! V f - l' ifaiiifsik. :"E2L' :E'-2-.'i:'r'2'?i'.::, " Xt' it sizes- 51:15 :"2s ,tt ' s i lit-mhl lla-.iii llllilip lllvwit lfurbst llzivis XYeslvy l lziviflsmi I,ciglihm llingln-5 lfrwl l lurnml liussr-ll lfzirl- iii lYeiulell l'fgg't-it NYM nr list:-s BOYS' CLEF Clllll Nll"NllZI"lQS llqirllrltl Klutliiig Cliiirlrs Nliillvi' Curl lloulnl ,Xlht-rt l'r4u'l Nl:-rlttm lluultl S. Slixipim Nurnixm Klmiltl .Xllrtltl Sitlf-lingt-1' Cliiitmi llzirris Urzilnl Smith l,e-my l,inm-ll Clt-viii-nt Smith Lewis l,ittle-lielnl Kriiiirill Simix lC1ii'lniul Luwrll .Xrthur Muller 'llhis urgziiiixzttimn of txxeiity-tive nlemliers, is :ui clcftivt- SlliljL'L'l lui' which thc stiiflciits am' given crcrlits. lluwcver, lllt'llllJL'1'S uf thc clziss iicvcr lwst- sight ul' its rt-ul wlrjcctivc. Lvllflel' the capzihlc supervision of Mr. -lack, tht- liuys halve leziiwiccl lu rcccagiiixt- :mtl ciijuy the he-st types uf classical music. 'Vlicsc yuiiiig' musiciuiis shuw pimiiiist-, :incl the work of this group cmnparcs fztvtwzilily with that ut' siiiiilzu' iiistitutimis iii the stzttc. 'llhc vluh pruvecl its talent :mtl ahilitv iii thv Klux' licsti- , 1 . . Q vzil given iii thc l',clvs.ircl l.ittle lligh St-lmol Illltllltlfllllll. llliv qttzirtvt ui which thcl sclimnl may he pruiifl is zniutliei' time example uf tht- talent iii thc- liuys' Glue Cluh. 'l'ht- quztrtc-I t-uiitrilnilterl ll grc-:tt cleal tuwzircl tht- stivvcss fit' tht' iii:ii'iuiicttt' shuw. PAGE NINETYVYVVO -1 T - x X gs Wifi?-LE xl, f i f J- . f. mf.:Kf--re-rl4?f'5f5P? --ig i 'fgiffiils ' g l ' X , f i 'S 1- fi a a ! SEE N? Q , if lk ' ig, gg ,. ,. ' 'J I. Q., il -Q5EE,E?E5iE3:.5.ss-Lf ::.:::g::5g,3 4 il' lla 5-jgeggiggg fag l Q vf l-N Elzzznzzzzzm' ,iwzazzxawa gl' 1" 1 , 4 35 125i ii:.:!ss:zf. Fspslwii liixiiivrs .-Xwllcin-5 luiuier ,Xllru llumllxy Azul:-1'smi Ruth .Xllru Alice llziiluy Murtlm liziiley llc-zitriuc linker Milrlrwl Bassett Arlinu llczils Phyllis llc-:mn ,lL'Jl.llllt'l1L' llc-gin lmilisc' llerry Lulu lluwiv Nlulwl llruziri' Carolyn lhiilglmiii l,cil:i lin-ckriizlll ll-mimiliy llrmxu l,ill1i llryzint Mary Czillnlum 'llhc Iuiiim .IUNIOR-SENIOR GIRLS' llllili CLUB QXI lf.Xl IEICIQS Xlzirx' ilglirzun-. llmglliliiim- llzlll lin-l'l1'l1cl4' l'-iilim-1' ,lmuniirc Cnixzlilt llgililvt ll.lll Rmh l':':u'l l"l-iiwixw Klux Xlnrvizl llgill I,fiiN l'i-rlciiis l'rixL'illLl Cunlilfv l,4iuisr llgirliiix lfilnqi l'hrnix live-lyn lmvie Ixw-iw ll:-xiimn Phyllis l'l1nmm-r llxirluziiti lliilnwile l"l':sm'iw lliixiznwl l,l1vll:i l'ul1mnl lmuisc llyu' Nl.xl'iin1 ll-mr lllzulis l'ntIel' l'l1yllis llycr Xxilxilic ,limes fgmuliiix- l'l1lsiln'x' Xlzwinvs lflli-all Sllirlry xluin-Q .Xrlyu Recurcl Nl:u'g:ii'ct IQQIL-5 .Xrliiiv hluiwlaui Yirgiiiiai Sxuimlm-rs lluwllivu lf-me llc-lcxi l,il+lw3 Sylvian Sc-im-i' Nlilfj l"r:is:'1' Xlxnry Nlanwllilc Xliiriun Slim-ruizui Klixrgiicritv llnlnlll-iii .lc-.nl Xl.n'ah klzwmllwlim- Sliillirr l4JlI'llllI'.l ll:i1'L'cl-ni XYihl1:i NlcXnlIy l.:-:uh Sin-gk-l Nliigm-ttv llzmliwr l,1mr:i Sli-:ulv liluimice Stcixaut Hula- llurnw lfxln-llv Nlillvi' lniliiw Stmlnlnr-l Klrlicv llilmm Nl.ll'lljll Nlillvl' .lam-1 Stunt- lllixlilwlai llrxuil lflxzl Nlumx-s livin Stroll! liznldmrsliiir ll.un Qllvnivr Xlmirr lfvrlyn Sjlvvstrl' l:mc-Hr 'l'.nlr-ill llvlrii 'l'lmlxi1isuil ll:-1iIl'iL'm' 'l'llrgi--iii Ruth Yuxnllu llivriw XY:lgg llwn-mlivlyil NY:u'il .Xgnvs NY:u'nlxu-ll Yii'giili:i Xvliih- Clara Vvllitvlmilsr I,illivttn- NYliitin-n'v .llmc NYilsm1 liilith XYumlln1l'y l,.iuiw Xllliglll -Sc-iiim' Girls' lllcc Chili luis lJl'UQI'l'k'SSC'll mimiclly this yczu' uiiclvi' thc' in 'l'hc fluh tuuli put L zihlc flircctiiig uf liusscll li. -Izivli, nur new music siilmciwis '. in tht cliuriis singing' :lt thc Slillt 'lic-ziclu-ix' Lliiiwiiliimii hclil :lt l.a-wistmi iii I h'tulu'l'. . 1 , lii Nl'1x' thi- Chili put im zi Klux' Xlufic l'l-wtivzil iii thc scliwul zuiclitwwium. 'l'hc in umiiutimi with thi Xhxtnln lust puhlic Zl1lllClll'1l.llL'L' ul' thc Chili fm' thc yi-111' was ' ' " ' Klzniiic Music lic-slii'z1l :il l.vix'iN1uii, which was mxulc up ul' i'c-p1'csm11zilix'v ggiwvliiva funn mvllimls in thi- XYQ'Sll'l'll pzirl uf Ihv Nillci PAGE NlNETY'THF1EE 'Y-If fv , A '- iw? :ff - - L, xy l.. .WMM 7' Qf ' : ,,-,K,, ,tes I f Q- - ' h' ---- 'fi-294-"1 'A xl -. f, li wa " -' ,-- 1 in - lliiiif - 3 Q ll l' 'l"' " aw ' - ' , .-. - -if Q V .M . -Q-. , -iiifiiiiiis-T-wifi 2-'Fii-uu7ii'II'Fiii1i SOPHOMORE GIRLS' CLEE CLUB MIQMBERS ls'r SUl'R.XNUS ll. .Xlu-1'l5 I'. llurry R. llgnxklns Nl, NlcCulrln A. Stvvcni ll. Young ll. .Xlxgrr ll. llxlvis l.. liilgure li. Mitchell R. Sylvester ll. lmllm-1' 11. Ilznxxkinw li. Nlnclluxmlsl l,. Smith .l. Yelllvux .2Nnsu1'R.xNus Nl, llvhnn I,. llulx-5 Nl. lmfznyc-its lf. Vlumme-r ,l. Smith II, Iflliut Nl. llnrl-Jw Y. Klclfznlmle-n T. Pratt Nl linnvll ,X. liuxlxnm-lay ll. Alifxvllllilllli A, Rzmnl ALTIPS ll. .Xiu-mul Y, Ilizlmmul l,. l.e-page Nl, Xlznrtin Ii. St:-xuml S. lim-mst:-1' l. ln-mmm ll. Kr:-11 ll. l,iItlelivl1l rl. Rifllry lf. Gum 'l'hc Sflpllmmmmn- Girl! fllcf' Clulm was one ul' thc lrest tu lm 1'm-pxfselltcml :xt lQc,lxx'z11'1l l,1tllm'. .X lnrgv lllllllllvl' ul' Suplunmmrc girls mn-I mme :1 week :xml 1n':u'ticwl unclcr thc czm-t'11l lllSll'llk'llHll ul Mr. liussc-ll luclc, The rusult has lwf'vn very szltisfzlctn PAGE NINETY-FOUR wry. F' ' A' .ev 53 , jc, ,xx J- ,Is gf - :MR ,ig H 67 :'i'ui 1, -, if ,fi-J , Q . ' E 'H if " i f -.EHEZSEEEEEZ :EEE12 2 --E5.f.fEE.:EE i. if' SEE Q fs t -sf 'MESH -' .ar b f, my ., . f- . . 'N f ,gig-ifg -, if! - 5 i -"W it N T A r1::::::: 1::5iq 4l:::..!i:::QEj X Vglii ii! s o r 'L , ' Miliiiilli Filbill lil A lb. ,L is - uf ' l 1 Tr , , 'fi' 0 I-I A f 1- 'l'v1lv-g-E-rvri ' ruwwv-vmrvlh GIRLS' HEALTH COUNCIL OIFITICICRS Cllllliflllllll, TXTARY Cimsli .S't'w-t-ltzrv, lsI.'uuz11a'r lIA1,I, Ml':MlilflQS Mary Chase Helen Greenleaf llarriet Hall Geraldine Coltler Marcia Hall Milrlrerl Kanlakis Uncler the supervision of Miss lilagrlon anrl Miss Rice the Girls' llealth Council was organized this year. The members, two from each class, were selectecl by the girls of the school. The president of the Girls' .Xthletic .Xssociation is inviterl to attencl the weekly meetings. The objectives of the Council are to create an untlerstancling ancl knowledge of health problems and to present them to the girls in such a way that they are help- ful and interesting. The Council has charge of the milk squad for unclerweight girls, The Council has been successful in bringing several well-known anal interesting speakers before the student body. C".-Xll-girl Assembliesuj The three colorful bulletins issued by the Council this year have been concern- ing, colcls. overweight ancl unclerweight, ancl posture. E. L. MARIONETTES Among the newer activities at litlwarcl Little is the Marionette Show. The Marionettes, introtlucecl last year, have been userl this year to supply a beneficial funcl to the high school. They were presentetl in four performances to approxi- mately tifteen hunclrecl people. April 5, fm. ancl 7 at the school auclitorium. Much creflit is clue to the Art Department anal the Sewing Room for the fine workmanship on scenery and costumes. The Manual Training Department, under the tlirection of Mr. liryant. has marle nearly tifty small clolls this year for the show. Miss l.oring's classes macle the beautiful scenery anal the clolls were tlressetl by the Sewing Department unrler the supervision of Miss Pierce. The entire show was uncler the clirection of Mr. liryant who hopes to turn the marionettes over to the stuclents eventually. since he believes they are capable of rlirecting the shows themselves. PAGE NINETY-FIVE -MP fr x -.. - :QP 'fi ' L Q V' f H4 f - : w . fv ff -l x - ,L .1 N . ff-55" . A. - wax if- -1. ,61QEE 1, 3. '..'.F' : gh FP 2 x lv H fx- '.' ,- XJ 'QQ' .E m ,, -,f , .-A ' A ' - i::!:::'-'-rn, il?-'fIl'l'-15? :! N W 4 - - :vie sew. x ' i K 7 Q Mmuww' Q um' """" ' he l l ' I EEE as ,3 - ,A ff QW P J 522 1" 4? 4 . 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Ing, i-.ug .gg In ,V i, is aaa .S . i .1 .X I MISS CA'l'IIICR1NIC BLAGDON: Miss lilagdon is another of our faculty who continually does much work for small money. XVe can not praise too highly hcr services in Girls' :Xthlctics this year. llesides teaching llistory, Miss lllagdon has instructed gym classes. and coached the various organized girls' sports with rare ability and effectiveness. The Girls' Health Council, one of our leading social organizations. which has done exceptional work this year, is a product of Miss ISlagdon's leadership talent M R. I , I N WI JUD DW ICLLEY: He starts in September and is ever on the run until june-I"ootballHXYintei Sports-Track-Commercial Arithmetic. Coach Dwelley now steps up and bc- comes Ifdward Little's Athletic Director-as if he hadn't enough to do already- but he is as game as they make 'em. Coach Dwelley holds the supreme honor of establishing XVinter Sports as a leading sport in this district. 'l'hrough his successful coaching a XVinter Sports team was built up which remained undefeated all year. and won the State Cham- pionship at Rumford. XYe congratulate Mr. Dwelley upon his work of the past and wish him all success in years to come. IXIR. RICHARD GUST.-XFSON: As the end of the school year draws near we find that "Gus" has been a huge success. Ilis dry humor, his ability to make friends, and his coaching talent have gained him a host of followers and firm supporters. Ile teaches economics and history, is head coach of Basketball and Baseball, and is assistant coach of Football. llis basketball team made far from a bad showing against such hard competition. His baseball team promises to be one of the best in this district. E. L. is indeed fortunate to have obtained Mr. Gustaf- son as a member,of its faculty. "Gus" is a fine fellow. . PAGE NINETY NINE " 'T V -1 'X'-V? 711 ' " X X n,X'5Y52Mrisb W' hvg 'iff N , exif? 5' 1' 7122. A 'LN ' -' M MI. 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I - if M3455 - s w- Q f1'a. ?2Eft--'Spar-sfisfgxsililtatmf ill Mgr! ...Ja i N -i I ' J 5 rl v ' X . tu on 'll ' gjtitiiiili 'tl r ES M 4 t .5 I 1" "TE QT , 5 ' " iii .QEEE 22555351 if :: :::.:'.:." 5 'fl' E F g 1 ' - A ' THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION This year the Girls' Athletic Association has surpassed all previous records. At the beginning of the year, a meeting with Miss lilagdon resulted in an election of heads of sports. Margaret Sacre, who was head of swimming, arranged an inter-class swim- ming meet. The junior class girls were the winners. Bowling under Alice Alden proved popular with several of the girls: and tennis under lfleanor Lancaster is still being played. The remaining heads of sport are Marion Howland, head of hiking: Marjorie Pratt. head of winter sportsg and Anita Bickford, head of horseback. An executive committee from each class was selected. For the senior class Edwina Perkins and lildith Leadbetterg the junior class, Geraldine Golder and Mildred XYaltong sophomore class. .lane Pratt and XYinifred Maguire. E. L. Letters were awarded the officers of the Athletic Association and the remaining committees and heads of sports. The Girls' Athletic Association is grateful to Miss Catherine lllagdon for all she has done to promote Athletics for Girls at lidward Little. GIRLS' BASKETBALL .-Xt the beginning of the basketball season, there was a large delegation of girls from all classes who came out to try their luck at the class games. At Hrst it was thought to be a task in picking out the teams. After a few weeks of practice, one could size up the girls to their individual standings. .Xfter the line-ups were made out the schedule was originated and then played. The Sophs played the juniors winning by a score of 22-21. Next the juniors played the Seniors, tying with a score of ll-ll. The Seniors played the Sophs with the latter winning with a score of 20-S. The 'lunior-Senior tie had to be played over again with the juniors winning 17-6. To designate the championship, the juniors played the Sophs. The winner of this game played the Seniors. The Sophs won by a score of 23-20. The Sophs won over the Seniors with a score of 27-lo. Thus the Sophs were the champs of the season. A Red and a XVhite team were chosen. The Red consisted of Brock- man and liryant as forwardsg Schmidt as jump center, Small, side centerg and llroctor and Golder as guards. The XYhite team was Maguire and Morrill, for- wards, Phenix, jump centerg XVilson, side center, and Redmun and Greenleaf as guards. Subs for the Reds were Miller and llallg for the YVhites. Robinson and Gray. lirockman captained the Reds, Maguire for the Iklbites. Reds won by a score of 21-16. Varsity came next. Brockman and Bryant as forwardsg 'Proctor and Redmun as guardsg lX'laguire, jump centerg Small. side center, and Morrill and XVilson as subs. Redmun holds the position as captain. So ended a successful season of Girls' basketball. PAGE ONE HUNDRED ONE , xl! '-i X ga! K 1 , rAi5:lgi , , , Q JY agar -- ,-f i: f if ' , 1-pg: i -- ,, L ,Elf-. Yagi!! F lf f I- A-in-.. X W v -f- Y - - 95 J --':v5?l'PE:Es!al:AE'5. N L+: ,ii -" -f " ' , X . iS5!a1:E?:':Et 'F 14222 :Z-555 'iEg'r'2'!E3iE5 'I - Q' -Asif .1 w . f 'siasaae 2223" ' 55:3-'ISE-15 'L f' 455:-:za 42:51 '::::'51::E'iZ X ,f.... T' , --. I ' I 2 -L .,-nz , "' :,, ,EE 1: A itilggi N I L- -- , A , - +f 'f . A . N 'k'q,4 1 T x X A -A ,il iik ' x f I 4 I k W r' fi rl' f- - 57 G33 ' 5 W it ig: Sz: sg: :E':: HI Mig - Capri: '-:eg If Q - if 1:1-:dz :5::-- ::g::e:g:,:::d .3pp g4 ,gghlz,:,1 fun f 3h iLL9j5 e. f 1 PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWO f- - r ee 5 e Mies TF.. V8 5 pa y x ii-.. - Y 7 - K- t -. k "J Y. ' ., ,ifgufk 5 t e - - 'T i i fs' f' e 'A' i l V H p It it . ' : t fly i fu I-H 5? ii: ' 3 5 Q , a tal' "EEE'?E 5:55-? 5?'1'fEE-EEEE'E'iE:.. ll f FOOTBALL 1034 SQLT.-XID .S'v111'01's fir IIIIOVA' SUf'1I17llllI1 U. llufresne Christman XV. Nyriclv XY. llulresne Lohozzo I". Nlyrick Plante XYhite Kilhourne Church Vezina Nlorency llerry Kidder I larris F-choppe Clough Lepage XYhite Cartlanrl XYhitmore l.eclair l lolclen Dustin Young Clements Cowles l lamlmlin Huck TIIIC l:00'I'BALL Trim! har not show it. There was a very the school almle to play foothall. hghting spirit and stuck out the tinually trying to make a victory l a very successful season even though the small squad compared to the numlier ot hoy s in Those that did come out, however. had plenty of whole season, never thinking of defeat for all Edward Little. s hut con The team won only one game out of eight hut threw a terrilile scare into the camps of every team they hucked up against. The lmoys were very light and inex- perienced compared to opposing teams hut didn't let that worry them as they went into every game smashing, tearing, and fighting to the Final whistle. Coaches Dwelley and Gustafson should he congratulated for producing such a team from the green material that they had at hand, and for the spirit in which they carried on practice throughout the season. PAGE ONE HUNDRED THREE F Q 1 iptnf I-"- x FJ 75: 'if' " V 1 . . wining gtg? 4 x -Q in Fl! nl WI! Ili M : .qw X 9 :qs 5 glqlag 'x 3' nn. J, K , A an ig H1 5 E EE' In l :I x O E r: J -'ky .T if -A 1 -,lrfjgyff --' ,fx fx.-Z 5.1 W :EE VS" M f-+,:f ff! ff-li"4 :!'Q:. fTY . A' - 1 gl ' ,fiigfff TE? ' ' f Q , 7, . . '-'P-5' '- ... , E X af! f ef 'Y H 5 A 1 -- "" E W if' 52.5 Wasil . 'E X 'f 55 5? SEE iii.- , , V , :ill , E -:N 1 ,lf u rar... .el nu - F WJ , X 5 :::g: :- : - tif a: A Q ' ' :.:, gag! .E gfw ,- Vi' Lv , . :gg .: ,-,,:- . . '... ,v i' 2 B ,LQL5 52:51 Qifi igg Tas?-ig... l l U ' ' JH p-wav-uiiruru Y ur-siivirwlso PAGE ONE HUNDRED FOUR .-ef F141 ' ', -vw ' exe, - .F . ' f X 'As . 'Q N ft . - five-t W Xtifeizf 2 J If'-- R -fi -f 3' , .XEtii'Q3rg 5g:igr!EEh Qgfs f5EEi:55HQigiFg! "" D ' Qi fi Qhkgiwmgmgwmigfhfgt fi f- tr X . tlggitslg '!!gl!.. t r F ll it sw tru., ' -3 - it tilzzzszenxeeeaem E zz: ze: ...sash t' s e - -t 2-:: ::::::::.:: A- ' .25 1-iff "' " x A , PS512. 'EEFEEE-? 1? i::'::::::l:::3 . T 1" lfiii ,- 15. - -2 1. .stale 4 , gi -, .-...,- -.Q ' - R 2 f -:miie-.5-W-vifu -- nu--rv-u-rw-vu WINTER SPORTS "Zeke" l7Welley's winter sports eame through to set a record of which lfdward l.ittle may he justly proud, that of undefeated state champions. lieeause of ideal snow eonditions the team had the most amhitious winter sports sehedule in the history of the school. The meets ineluded a dual meet with llehron Academy, which netted the lfddies a silver eupg a dual meet with Stephens lligh and the Hates lireslimen. lf. l,.'s victory over Stephens lligh at Rumford was quite remarkahle owing to the faet that three of her hest men--Captain lireem lierry. .Iohn Litchfield and liddy Ahhott-were at the time competing in the New lfngland Championship Meet at l.ehanon. New Hampshire. where they made an exceedingly good showing despite some fast competition. The liddies wound up the season hy journeying to linmford to clean up the State Sehoolhoy Meet. This victory is something to lve proud of heeause of the bllllit'fll11lJClltlUIl furnished hy hoth Stephens and Carihou High Schools. the latter heing the State Champs for the past tire years. The team was presented with the Chisholm Ski Cluh Trophy. which must he won three times for permanent possession. The entry list of eaeh school for the State Meet is limited to live men. so after much deliheration. Coach Dwelley took "lin-em" lierry and -lohnny l.itehfield. skiers: Frank Lord and lloh Sehoppe. snowshoersl and lioh Cameron. skater. ll appears that "Zeke" eouldn't have chosen more wisely. for every one of the tive hoys made an excellent showing. lohn l,itehlield succeeded in heating last year's State Champ: Smith eopped First in the ski jumping. Johnny also took third in the cross-country ski raee. "lireem" llerry eame through to grah third in the ski- jumping and third in the hundred yard ski dash. lirank l,ord out stepped some of the fastest men in the state to win the hundred yard snowshoe dash. Roh Sehoppe, ill at the time. ground around the eross-country snowshoe raee to pull down a second place. Roh Cameron outstrode two mighty good skaters to win the quarter and half-mile and took third in the mile skating races, incidentally hanging up two new state records in the quarter and half-mile raees. XVhile not performing any outstanding feats. lloh Kessell. lid .Xhhott. Gerald Sampson. and llohhy Gough showed up well in skating and Don llowden. l'.eon Greene, Fd .-Xhhott. and Charlie Tfveletli did some good work in skiing. N All of the ahove mentioned hoys won their F. I.. this year, and worked together to form as fine a winter sports team as Edward Little Could desire. PAGE ONE HUNDRED FIVE P jf! I f ' , P ..,. ,. 1111 1-:mi ' x ' 'f , E 9 ,2-Q 9' F553 -E3 snrilll is eg., 5-gl , -Zn: '31 -u? V - I t by n - il 219354, nu: r 5 ggnn X A . ,ii I B . . .355 a ... as . ,... -,... .5 .. .. : Ni :nl . lil lil i-1 l Ill :Fl 'I '- E E Ill :g ' ll Ill!! X - ug at--. xr .5-Q-W ' J. - pPiuQii1i'l-ii-ir: f- 5 111' FF' v 'Q , :fi '-- "ef, if .A r .L .. .US - . .. - v 12-:WS J" X 1 e' -- 51"'.5. . -N-a-I X ,fm ., fi f1w, -I -f.. - 4, r rt at , ' . ,- -."..-ez :::. ll--1 .. . A.-.3 5. 5: l ,-"" -if: 4 ' ' A "Wig:-::' -:-'iq 4l:::f2lEz:l'Ei S . In ...I U- y tx y I U 1 I --u . 'i lea 2 . f ii .i I 5. .. W F ..' ,, 'Q l ... :: . .nan-.. . :........: In I" JT E ' :L ik W Sill' E""lEEf :z::::' u"l"' " :Ea fl in -' L ef- ' W' L!-' 'J ' la' are-iiaa 'A BASKETBALL .-Xlthough lf. l..'s Basketball squad has experienced a hard and rather disappoint- ing season they nevertheless on every occasion have pressed their opponents to the limit, and continually upheld the Edward Little spirit. The liddies were admitted to the Southwestern Conference a year ago and have, as a result, met the best schools in the state this past season. Coach Gustafson deserves a lot of credit for doing so well in turning out a good team from such grum material. lt would indeed be futile to attempt to point out any outstanding player oi players, for every one on the squad has done excellent work defensively or scoring. The club has showed the finest of sportsmanship, both in victory and in defeat. 'llbose on the team who are seniors are: lfrnie Scribner and liill Dufresnc. Those who will be available to play in 1935 are: Hob Kidder, johnny Cartland, Gus Clough, 'loe Gorman, George Kilbourne, and many valuable subs. PAGE ONE HUNDRED SIX iw. ff, fl K KLQQQP 32 5- v .XXV- ,Q 3 -2. . V ',4f" "'..i ililfilglfliltll. " .ni 'fl 5 gg qs? "1 , 7 grips. '+'1 2 ff 'N - 4 fa .- -..infillsf15:2-.fn-atwtefsszsizfggg:ei . - s--X fi t . X .t- i a W ' t. 1.!!-l! t----, . 1 l if H his wa t t i fl i ' fi 1-'gi u -is , EliE?Eli'2SllEE!lEZ5!'f egasssssggigi i I f I' :"5 E--5 ','L' ' :Psi ' N .ni J H-V Q .fi Y A k G . it .i.:.:.::s.:.4lUJlln,.a..Wt. .1 .W ., W ts BASEBALL lxclvvzml l.ittle s W3-l hasclmall team has. at this writing provctl itscll to hc 'tn 1 - v otitstancling high school hall team in this section of the State. 1 .Ns this hook goes to press lf. I.. stanrls seconcl in the Sun ancl .lournal league antl hopes are high that the league pennant will he in possession ol thc 5111110 licforc blunt' 20 rolls around. llaving won six out of eight games playa-cl to clate the lfclrlies art' second onli' to Rnmlorcl anrl arc steaclily getting nearer the top. Coach Dick Gustafson has shown unusual alnility as coach of the Karl and XYhitc in tht- mliamoncl pastime. ln the lint--up, as seniors, we fincl Ralph Noel, a veteran of three years, holmling flown tht' catchcr's position. Oliver llufresne is our hrst baseman, Forest Yates, l'hil Howie, anrl 'lulicn Cloutier playing in the lielcl, anrl Charlie llall has hccn a winning pitchvr mort' than once. lion Briggs anrl 'Iohn Litcliliclml havv also svcn avtii in. PACE ONE HUNDRED SEVEN -QF' i' " - s..t it ' -1 st SEAM e- . -' fe" il-49'm!R1l:..L ' lm -' fn... ,eg-'-'f T, ,. 'G -.. . 1: l -jj ! ,-,fr ' 1 - ,-A 1 ' 111351555 : 1 5 5 1 '1 ' E iiiiiifi 355 as g ll if 1"fi a t .-ssatessazassf ::k:::1..- ..- Ql E p ' A 1' 2:5-5l5:5'l5a' 5515255-get SWIMMING TEAM Klnch cretlit for the success ul' tl1e V733 ancl 1034 lfrlvvartl l,iltle SVVllllll1lll' 'lleam must he given to Klr. llarolrl 5. VYhite who gave lll151D2l1'lllgly of' ancl services. that the hoys might swim i11 competition. l1is ti 'llhe tea111 was clefeatetl o11ly once i11 clnal competition hy l'ortlancl High Schoo which is now the state Cl1ZIll'I17llll1Sl1i17 tea111. 'llhruont the season stancling recorc s were hroken repeateclly hy lf. l.. hoys as well as hy con1petitors. 'lihe schools tl1at tl1e team swam against separately were l,tll'Tl2lINl, 1 l el 11-1111 .-Xearlemy. Ilrniiswick. anrl Deering. It 111et all of them in a state meet at liowcloin Vollege. .'Xul111rn plaeerl thirtl i11 tl1e State meet. l'ortlanfl ancl Deering took first an seconcl places respectively. llarolcl XYl1ite, liflwilffl l.ittle star performer, won first place i11 hoth tl1e 50 ycl. anrl the 100 yfl, free style swims i11 the respectiu times ol' 25:2 sec. anrl 58:2 see. This estahlishecl two new reeorrls at Ilarolcl a state champion tvviee over. lle was 11ot tlefeateml NVllllL' swimming 1cl mac L the high school this year. .lohn XYhite won 3111 place in the l00 ytl. hack strolvt 1l1e trials, which preventefl him from heing i11 tl1e hack stroke finals. 'I ack swillt in ll very close 1'ace. Rohert lirown was noserl out hy a very close margin lll Morp 1x missecl tl1e tliving finals hy only a fraction of' one point. Carlton Snowe. our Ull 1 other man tu qualify for tl1e finals, swam a very gootl race, hut failetl to place. PAGE ONE HUNDRED EIGHT inc f'o1 Fir i f- Q X , '- gdb Sfj' F - Q L XXX .3 , 5 " i ' 1 Q EL:-Q1 fl, - , I -M. 9 , 'W 4 'X - , , .Q pp - ,g. x I G2 Ii ' II' : J I ,lI!Q'!IQ!Q Elm! I I If I' xi! SE Q33 ' - f III I3IazaI:asIzzsI:ag,uE.aa., Izsg, , ' ,If I" " I K ?FiiE. I 55-5 g9'5",'E5I n :I MQ if I 5 IETTFRMEN l'IUU'l'lI.'Xl,l. lZ.XSKI'1'l'l5,XI.l. ,luhp XYhit.e, ,Ilum1gw' Iiulmcrt Cruckcr, .Ilfnlugfn I'fl'T'1lIf' VCZIIHX Stanley fIZlIIZlg'Ilt'I' XXIIIIIUN Dllfl'E'Sl1L' XYilIi:1m llufresnc lil' ' " " IU ' I JI lf Fr ' XY R1 Xl: Rr: lic lfr .I f If 41 .Il R11 If Rc' ICH ,.I blue L I I It If XY Ke lfr G mm I UI I Cll I .Im 'I NU XX' f'f'Sl li' 0 IDI 'I 4 Fr' UC lid Ru Ge I R0 Ch .lol Frzmk 1.0111 II If li,-Xl.l, l4llllIIlt'l Ill I Li hum Din lu liulwrt CZIIIICYOII jfg . I- IXIUIIZIIYI Itveletll ,, . V kIlll'lIIIllC l'ulsi ,I I IXAXL IX Rulmcrt Sclmulvlw lirnest Scrilmcr Iflezumr XY:1lsh PAGE ONE HUNDRED NINE fm' If-I.: P 53 rf ju Eid Junk. J' 5? 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Gone are the wintry seasons of which old-timers hoasted. .X new record has heen made. ln time to come, children, you may hold your own grandchildren on your knee and repeat to them the tale of long periods of suh-zero weather, ot' drifts ten feet deep, of unplowed roads, of moose in the main streets of Lewiston. You may also relate of the patriotic service of li. l.. students who, at the risk ol frozen hands and feet, faced the wintry hlasts to shovel a path for the starving eitizens of North and lfast Auhurn, and for the school huses. l am unahle to give you the names of those boys, my little ones, hut it is enough to state that they are true examples of the typical E. l.. student. On the opposite page We find four pictures, which, l helieve, will demonstrate the severity of the winter storms and will show also some of our classmates in the aet of shoveling the road. This aet reflects great credit on the hoys. The day it occurred the air was hitter cold and a sharp, penetrating wind hlew. The boys volunteered from the schoolhouse to leave their studies. Clad only in school attire, shovel in hand, they hraved the weather-sometimes standing waist deep for hours in the drifted snow. But a road was cut through. Youth again prevailed. .-Xnd the hoys returned to their studies. And so, kiddies, the moral of this story isfffli you go to lidward Little, you will heeome inspired so that some day yoll. too, will want to shovel snow. PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN gg, ,- ' X --like , , L gr, ,- 4-,-T V, ,,,'W4 ,YQ 5 T .r T i s T 4 1 - e Wdirf-ia -, il -' f bi 5 t f 'J' s C . -W5 megs-'g:'3rsLi!P-Tll'giglg! QNX .vtfgflis .ffl 1 ,W 4 s 5 - !faa2:-355355515 .N 'l Lr'iii f.:'-i1- l . fm' ll '1 T l ' -'iiTl555 2355? 2 S iiiiifiliialli. T ZH N i wffiiffe- N we tg . .f .W l ge -Iii' 74- A' T' " - . ' t. -,, it 51555355 5555551555 55555525555 1, lll' g::5g::3 - ' 0 'X fe :-4 .:z:l::::::I:::- Zgiu::.:::5... Q J, , , , .-.- E ' F ' X V As ivglgisigl-EFS Figssiiigwiiii FARM IMPLEMENTS OF YESTERDAY ln this paper l shall try to describe tools in common use about a hundred years ago. tif course I do not know what the implements looked like nor, unfortunately, do I know where to find any at the present day. l gathered my information from my grandfather. Vl'allace Cowell, and from Clarence lllanley, both residents of Auburn. They had seen some of the old implements and heard about others. Ry combining the descriptions obtained from each of them I formed a fairly clear idea of these old tools and only hope that the reader will get as much enjoyment out of reading about them as l did in hearing about them. In those days a great deal of the food, especially meat, was obtained from the forest. Game was very plentiful then and it wasn't a week's job to bag a deer. lfor hunting they did not have the modern high powered rilie, but had muzzle loaders, which today seem like small cannon. These guns were about live feet long from the butt of the stock to the end of the barrel. They weighed about nine or ten pounds. Any one today who tried to load one of these guns. unless he has had experience with them, would find it quite an undertaking. The gun was loaded through the muzzle, the charge being tamped down with a ram rod. Powder was put in First with a piece of wadding to hold it, and tamped down solid. On top of this was the shot or buffet with another piece of wadding to hold it in place. W'hen shot was used, eight or ten were put in. tBullets were made of lead at home in a little bullet mold.j Lastly the cap was placed under the hammer, which was on the side. Then the gun was ready to be fired. ,VX person used to this gun could load and tire it in a minute or even less. As Goff Corner settlers of a century ago could not live entirely on game nor step out to the corner store to buy vegetables, they had to raise what they wanted. Occasionally it was necessary to go to Portland for articles they could not make or grow for themselves. Some three or four times a year the farmer would start out for Portland with the cart and oxen. He would take anything he had to trade, set out early in the morning, arrive in l'ortland in the evening. stay for trade the next day, and come home the third day, liach trip would take about twelve or fifteen hours. Among the farming implements were the harrow, the plow, and the hoe. which last was much the same as today. The style of these implements has not changed a great deal. instead of being made almost entirely of iron and painted and polished, tools of yesterday were made of wood and unpainted. lYhat i1'on was used was made roughly by a blacksmith. The old time plow was made of wood with iron strips to brace it and an iron point. lt had no wheel as the plovvs have today and only a crude coulter. The modern plow is made better, and does better work than did the plow of years ago but the idea is exactly the same. The side-hill plow was of a later date. The early harrows were made of wood, with square, hand wrought teeth of iron about nine inches long. A frame about four or Eve feet square was fashioned with three cross pieces. The teeth were put into the frame and cross pieces and were held in place with strips of leather. Strips of wood were sometimes used for the same purpose. XVhen the harrow was resting on the teeth the pieces of leather or wood stopped the teeth from working up through the wood. Another simple harrow was made with a forked branch. The teeth were inserted in the branch. Many acres of ground have been harrowed with this simple type of harrow. PAGE' ONE HUNDRED FOURTEEN 1 4 ,Q 1 Xa wa ,4"l1."1 , ,s L W s-17,47 f K: ,1 -1, rbqfgn.. !Z Q 1 M-.fiafw 1 l i 1 3' '32 Y X E. ,- . . . 5.1.1 353 1:-1 Q l vu up I U- n u R . L :..::.g1':' .. ..: ..., 4 if if' 'SS 1- ' ' ,F A,, annum: . - -f 5 -ff .1 ' . . 'fi . iii 5 ! .Ie . 12.,!--19.51. f, , . , . .. ..- W- . Y ' - 1 -. V .X ..5. A iiiiiifiiii-ri'-fu i:'Yl7'ig""YV'll . -i e . 1 '1 1 if , Q5 2:igE1i!f3l.1!gg. i 1511 1, ff, sg f I 51:5-1555555553 T fllip, hgh.. KX! ii y E T- - Af ll za T 111 I-112 '- - 1 . il S,:':::: '-H", gif """i"':'H lu 1, 3 : l ' y 'X f 1 "'I': :z:!:::J H::i"'1"I': " gl Tl1e old fashioned hoe was Z1 heavy affair 1111d very crude. ahout El tIllEll'lK'l' of 1111 i11cl1 thick. six i11cl1es wide, a11d tl1ree or four i11cl1es high. llaying was an important season of tl1e l.lll'1l1C1'iS ye11r. lle l111d to have enough hay to feed all l1is stock throughout tl1e winter l114l1lTllS so l1e llllllllllxll to lill l1is harn full. As tl1ere were no l1ay loaders, lll11VVlllg 11111cl1i11es, Zlllll tl1e like. the work llllfl to he done hy l1a11d. thly gl'Zll1llfZllllCl' will tell yo11 ll12lllj' stories 11ho11t TllL' 111011 who used to do this work. Give him Z1 few 111e11 like those he l111s told 111e 11ho11t and, according to l1is story, l1e could accon1plisl1 111ore than tl1e 111e11 tod11y could witl1 modern Cfll1l1!ll1Clll.il Tl1e Ullly tl1i11g i11 il l1lCL'll2llllL'1ll line w11s ll l1orse rake. 1111d that w11s Z1 far ery from tl1e o11e used today. lt consisted of Il rake l11111g U11 the axle hetween tl1e two wl1eels. Two sets of woode11 teeth went right through the axle a11d projected o11 either side. Tl1e device w11s lll'ZlXX'll hy 11 horse led hy ll man walking at his l1e11d. O11 tl1e rake were fastened two l1a11dles wl1icl1 "dumped" the rake. To do this, a seco11d man l111d to w11lk hel1i11d. XYhen o11e rake w11s full the man raised tl1e l11111dles Zlllil tll1'llt'Cl it over so tl111t tl1e seco11d set of teeth took up tl1e load. There were two other types of rakes wl1iel1 were used Zlllll were more Clllllllltbll Khan tl1e horse rake. Une was tl1e l1a11d rake, which is still used today. The drag rake was 11 large llilllil rake ahout four feet long illlfl Il foot l1igl1. lt had two handles which joined hefore the Ullll of the l11111dle where tl1e l1a11d seized tl1e i111ple- ment. Tl1is rake, as tl1e 11ame implies, was dragged 11lo11g tl1e grou11d 1111d wo11ld do many times tl1e work il common l1a11d rake would do. The pitchfork was different fl'lll1l tl1e o11e used today i11 that it l1ad two tines instead of tl1ree. The l1a11dle. instead of heing c11rved to ht tl1e grip, w11s Sfllllglll. The l111y was l1auled to tl1e l12ll'1l till Zl two-wl1eeled ox cart. The raek itself was much like tl1e o11e 11sed today hut it w11s Cll'ZlVVI1 hy oxe11 lllSfCilll of hy l1orses and had two wheels instead of four. Older people will tell l1ow much easier it is to haul i11 a lo11d of hay o11 an ox cart than it is witl1 horses. Uxen i1l'C very slow and dependahle and can draw heavy loads. The two-wl1eeled cart ean he turned o11 Z1 very s111all space which is El great advantage. 'lillC1l graiidfather l1ad ll two-wheeled tlllllllb eart which w11s also Kll'ZlWIl hy oxen. Oftentimes tl1e s11me wl1eels were used tllflf were 11sed U11 tl1e hay rack. Un tl1e fro11t of tl1e cart was a stick witl1 holes ill it. :X pi11 we11t through tl1e holes Zlllil l1eld tl1e hody i11 Zllly position desired. If tl1e hody w11s to he tipped to quite an angle, tl1e pi11 was put i11 a l1ole 11ear the top. lf it was to he nearer 11 vertical position, the Pill was pl11ced 11e11rer tl1e hottom. Tl1is helped Z1 great deal i11 du111p- ing heavy loads. For cutting grai11 Zlllil hay a scythe w11s used. Tl1e scytl1e hasn't l111d lilly great l'llZlllgCS. Of course it is n111de of hetter steel and is llZLlEl.llCC4l hetter. hut tl111t is 11ho11t Zlll. For cutting grain our l.t11'ClA1li.ll6l'S llilll a frame wl1icl1 tl1ey c11lled ll cradle. Tl1is frame VVZIS fastened U11 tl1e scythe. XYhen a swatl1 was t2lliCll tl1e grain fell i11to tl1e Cradle llllfl as the scytl1e was drawn hack tl1e grain fell i11 a pile ready to he hundled up. Tl1is was11't much like tl1e great 11111cl1i11es tl1at are used i11 tl1e NVest today hut it served the purpose. Of course in those days there was no Flllllllllg water. The people had to earry water from springs a11d wells. ln tl1e wells the people put l1on1e-made pu111ps or well sweeps. Tl1e log pump was made of green hrick logs hored out and hewecl dow11 to tl1e PAGE ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN ,ir-a"x'f.g K e '-'cg-4? jig? E ag, -ess J - y if ' :-t,- X - faq., frA?Z',Tl -- fl s 4 'Sl .w y 'RWM - ' e s 1? , , - t ill -' - t if X I J . w a Tr- iffei QP .N Si ' 'Ah' J i. iliHi'w 3 iilil i it ll t 3' it gadg ets Q i ' ll il 1 5' '1 "' 5 . 33-5, I 'EEE EEFEEE-Q 15'1',5E'5f5if5'::'1t. ' desired size. The log would he made long enough to go down in the well and still leave ahout four or Five feet ahove the ground. ln this part of the pump was the pump handle and the nozzle. Inside the pump was a rod which was fastened to the pump handle with a pin. Un the end of the rod was a hox with a cover which was held on with leather hinges. XVhen the hox was pushed down hy raising the pump handle the cover was opened and the water came up into the log. YVhen the handle was pushed down the hox was pulled up. closing the cover and hringing the water up with it. The well sweep was made with a pole ahout twenty-hve feet long, a forked stick. a hucket with a rope, and a rock. 'llhe forked stick was driven into the ground and the pole was placed hetween the forks. Une end of the pole came oycr the well and on this end was tied the rope and hucket. Un the other end was fastened the rock which was the same weight as a hucket of water. Vtfhen the hucket was lowered into the well it raised the rock. VVhen the hucket was pulled up the weight of the rock made the raising much easier. ln the winter the men cut the wood. To draw out the logs they had an ox sled made with hoth hoh sleds and full length runners. All the joints were loose and the sled always looked as if it was falling apart. lt was made in this way so it would go over uneven ground without tipping. As far as T know there were not many important tools used in the olden days that il have not mentioned. lf there are any others l would he pleased to learn ahout them. 'Iloday we think we couldn't stand it if we had to use what our grandfathers used. In those days, though, the people on a whole were more happy and contented than we are today. They appreciated little things more than we do and got their entertainment from entirely different sources. Personally from what l have learned while inquiring ahout this suhicct I do not think that lile one hundred years ago was half as had as most people picture it. lilffllitll-I litbWICl,l, MAN IRISH MELODYH lt was at the rather drowsy hour of halt-past ten, hut lX'lrs. O'Connor was still husily darning her son's decidedly dilapidated pants. "jimmy always tears his pants so." she thought, hut then as he said, 'working at the Quincy Railroad Yards was no joke for any man,' and .Timmy was hut eighteen." .Ns these thoughts were drifting through her sleepy hrain, a sharp ring of the door hell aroused her. she stopped to set her kettle on the new gas stove -limmy had hought her. Then with a smiling face, she went to the door. Visitors were always welcome, hut especially tonight, as Jimmy was to sing over the radio, and what mother doesn't like to hear her son praised? So when she opened the door to meet the gaze of a strange officer, her heart almost stopped heating and her face hecame as white as her newest sheets. The officer evidently interpreted this as a sign ot guilt. "So you expected me, eh? You're all ready and sewing dear little .limmy's pants. VVelll VVelll that soh stuff won't work with me, where is he ?" growled Sergeant Feeney. who helieved in pitching into his victims so that they couldn't get a word in edgewise. Mrs. O'Connor was stunned. She felt as though her head was going "round and roundf' her world was all topsy-turvy. But Sergeant Feeney continued in his harshest tone, "C'mon, where's the kid P" Receiving no answer, he began to Search the house. PAGE ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN v ase s tif - Q i , Q -. Q,V. - as-fs EI - ' 1 Qi s Tv T- Q it ' 'r Q an lull? 4- ' r m ,Y I ,sa l- i:::::: :::::., .4211 15.555 'ggigg 31 Mrs. O'Connor, by this time had recovered her wits. "My 'limmy hasn't done anything! He couldn't have, not my jimmy!" she protested. "He couldn't eh? XVell, he murdered a man tonight and obligingly left his hat and gloves behind. Go on now, tell me these aren't his," retorted the Sergeant, as he produced the articles. Yes, that was limmy's hat. He had worn it tonight, and those gloves were the ones she had given him for Christmas. Her jimmy kiss her goodnight and go out whistling to commit a gruesome murder! The thought was incredible, yet circum- stantial evidence had sent men to the electric chair. Visions of haggard youths in cells, men with black masks going to their deaths, and all the horrible things that happened to murderers tortured her mind. She could have screamed with horror, but with a voice she hardly recognized as her own she said, "Yes, these are my son's, but do you think any murderer would be so foolish as to leave his hat and gloves as clues? Some one is trying to blame my boy." She must keep calm for Iimmy's sake she knew. "Besides,', she continued, "jimmy went on the train to Gladington. He's going to sing tonight at half-past eleven." "Oh-h, and what time did he leave ?" "At half-past nine," she replied. "XVhat an alibi! Sa-ay it takes two hours to get to Gladington. If he took that train he'd get there just in time to sing. He'd be on the way there when the murder was committed here. That would let him out. Hut l am afraid you won't hear sonny boy on the air tonight, although 1'm willing to wait, as hearing is believing. l'd know that kid's voice all right. T've heard him squawk down to the shops: they're on my beat," ruminated the surprisingly long-winded Mr. Feeney. Mrs. fTCUll1lU1' hated to hear her son's voice called a squawk, although she was glad Feeney would stay, for she knew her Jimmy would be there. .N glance at the clock told her that in twenty minutes, Jimmy would be on the air. The clock ticked on intermiuably, tick, tick, tick, and Mrs. O'Connor knew how mothers felt waiting for the jury's verdict upon their sous. Her son's life was on trial. that small, dark, instrument in the corner could, in a few minutes, make or break her sonls life. After what seemed to her a life time, the radio announcer's voice came over the air, clear and steady, with the usual, endless formalities. A violin solo was first on the program, and every note seemed to beat itself into her aching brain. Then it was Jimmy's turnl Tensely she waited while the announcer's voice proclaimed that the Irish VVarbler, Jimmy OlConnor, would give a surprise number. Then a wonderful joy came flowing into her heart as a tender. Irish voice thrilled and vibrated through the room in that blessed melody, "Ireland Must Be Heaven, For My Mother Came From There." Her jimmy was saved. Tears gathered in her eyes and rolled down her withered cheeks. Through a dimming mist, she remembered the sergeant's presence and saw that his eyes were suspiciously watery and his voice very choky as he spoke. "My Mother taught me that piece ma'am. She's dead." jimmy telephoned immediately after the program, and if you were in Mrs. O'Connor's kitchen, here's what you would have heard. "Hello mal Gee! we're rich! I'm going to get twenty dollars a night to sing that song!" "Yes, Jimmy, we are rich, richer than you'll ever realize." MARTHA A. BAILEY PAGE ONE HUNDRED SEVENTEEN " - . fp' fl? u Nails? .az Q , . f- il' Pb -7. .- - --- xx A J-S N- is X f f. f 'f fx if "J , 2 ' f 4 ' X - - fx -M p n p. - A 4, "' K f Alf P s"1'f7 'wg '-'-" UP ' !zf!'El 43 1 s 4 I 1 J ' ' A' -1i..EQ:n-.nah ln-' .:5!:: l5?'.-fm Ez: 'Qi iw ' X f ' i ' X . ," !:qr:.:::: :ses .lsezv : :: : ,.:s:!: :lszilgg il l ' - f l if-'fl - - li " Q fi' ' - - l lE5!E5EE5Ei5E'5 4 ii' lf' ,g , : l ' YK .sm .l:Z:l:::l:::N::: ' u::::::r:'i::!L fl i 1 . .- .Xucz CLASS ODE i'.llt'lllf1I'l-ilk' nf Cfulflm"' llczu' quiet clzlys iu l3ool4lzuicl's Ways, J ,AWN xzfygfzy QM EE 'S ll?-RL E45 lx uaI:f4'f'NafS"ifwi fsfx L l liliiglg Illi- ii lrl Ill In ul: Ml li-:ul ff '-.-lQlQ.!,, f . ., . ' smaafiaa-:fa 2- f---:ia-will liriglu suuuy clzlys whcu, fricucl with lricucl, NYC climhecl the yczirs towzml l,ezu'uing's towers- .Xll thesc. zllzls. :irc uezu' :lu cucll CHORUS Oh lf. l,. lligh, olil lf. l.. lligh, Class '34 hirls you goorlhyc. U'er lzuul or seal. hill. Yule. or mart, XXI-'ll lice-11 you cwi' iu our liczirll 2 l.il'c's pzltliwzly lmrozul thus fzu' wcfvc trocl 'Phat wc miglu place tlicrc iii thc sky lfoi' you. lt, l,.. lrom moi-tal sorl, .XClllCVQ'l1lCI1llS hrillizllit Star on high! CHORUS . . . , . Uh lu. l,. lligh, olcl lu. L. lligh, Class '34 hirls you goodbye, UM' lzuifl lll' sczl. hill, Vale, or mzlrl, lYc'll keep you ewr iu our licuril MA1zf:A1u2'1' lCs'1'i5s, '34 PAGL ONE HUNDRED EIGHTEEN gpiaggfn.-. - X-QL L ?P:5vi,S,? I N 'a?5?55'f?'T Q -' g -5 L ., A '2 'A ef, T f ,,i4+l. i iffgai- -!5!!Q4 nr!!! .JJ ,JM .-- A 5 , - -. nn'Nggr.5'f:f2e,.E!' nu.. fe:.m-of!-93. YL pw ' L , Y ,G ,g5ffa:saa'sasg gggzqggggngz V i i 'SEE Pb 1 v . s f 11 - gf 'ME M ' - :f'.a:asssss2aseg Q lliiiai E 1f5,L,9,5 , giislil-siifsla !!:as:s.s.Esif f BWWOIP X X E rw x ev j X A 9, x . X E , L -wx-X iwggff JP S 1 1 X Rf Z 4f A W 1 lil sv? VM' tit ty 'i se 7243? W 'Y , WL N- -.es 7 - -1 -:' ,gf ',,,:N,,,, , fi x 4 '- 4 L- .w 1-A Q1-m fr .. -. Nffsifu :si 5545: iii , 'v ii , : Q 161. ffk- A ff L3 2 is ' - r ' ' ' t as g 7' ' M" V X ll ' i I E: ll I H We - fin i., 1 -2 . .4 Jw ELF... Ez: ':.i.::5:: iii :ily gi Eliiis ussakstsssil-15 if q" 555 ,. ....-Eriafs. , -i :XL-L.,-, b - Y FE 0- E 355 . Ti' T - ,s.gg.!!i.l!, 521,554-H 2- f ' 4- ---U - , - L ,- 3. iPiu?iiiS'i-ir! H'r!v'ilv:i"lIri1u NURSERY HHYMES George Porgie. Vuclclin' anrl Pie, Kissed the girls and nizule them cry-- Oh! which George? Sing a song of six pence, .X pocket full of rye--A I'll take gin! A cliller, :1 rlollzlr, .X ten o'eloek seholzir, XYh:Lt makes you eonie so soon. The eloek's wrong. D Pussy eat, pussy eat, where ls that any of your business. Lucy Locket lost her pocket Kitty Fisher founcl it- .Nncl kept it. I flare say. have you been? 'J Dimlrlle. clirlrlle rlunnwling, my son John, Went to hed with his hreeehes on- He h:uln't :my nightgown. As I was going' to St. Ives- I met Z1 nmn with seven wives- XYe'Il get the law on you. Mistress Mary Ouite Contrary. 'How does your gzlrrlen grow? -All right. Peter 'Piper piekeci El peek of pieklerl S0 what Y AND WORSE .N freshman from the Ainztxon peppers. 'Put nighties of his ci1'ZU112lZtlHQ The reason was that He was far too fat To get his own Pajamazon. PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY -ff'-igsw s I j i? - s rgpe I t I f -I, - e f. 'f252gt:,33I-F--l- ' 'L Ei f i, s N ' A- it ' Tiliiig W If vi? 'J' I , ' . 354: "EEE EEFEEEM '!"5',EE'i55if:5E::., , I Illlig ESE 3 I MOVIES OF "1934" "Nest UI l':lIQl'llICS'hfxfyflt-RIIILIS :incl Chase Mlllll No qXngel"--lliekIortl HCIIIIIllI'CflU-4SCl'Il1llCl' "Flying IDevils"--llezwee, Haskell. -lorrlzin "I lolml Your IXl21l'IUfS11CI'C "I,:ulies Must l.ove"Y-'I'l1etzL Signm Ilhi "Tzu'zz1n The l"ezu'less"-Illelienny "I Jne Snnfluy Afternoimn"-Litehhelrl ulllonml limnnhshell"fStevens "Little XYomen"fl'hi Delta Kappa "'lloi'eh Singei"'-gSliitI'er "NlitInight hIzu'y"-I'i':1tt "Too Much ll:u'n1ony"YIlznnmzt Iletzt "I,:uly Kille1"'fl,o1'fl "The SIHIIIIXHYIICIIII "l'i11shions ol' ll73-1"-fGi1'ls' Council SONG HITS Ol' G'l93fL', Du You Iiemenihei' hlcffkl. llerhert My Dancing I,:1rly-s Rosetta Zenlcevieh lfverytliing I llztve ls Yoilrsflfzulon Music lXIz1lies Meftlrzllrl Iiulminotif Smith Keep Young ztnfl Ilez1utifulfl'hyllis l'lunnner You're In My POWQI'-WCl1ZlIItllCI' I.et's Iiall in I.ove-lierniee Small You'll Never Get to I leztven That XY1lf"Cl'Hl'Ili l lust Coulcln't Take lt. lizihyfllerry You Ought to lie In l'ictui'es-lfclwiua Song of SIIITCIICICI'-Rl'0L'lil1IZlll This Time lt's l.ovefw"I'i'es." Scltoppe l.ox'e Is The Sweetest Thinggflfstes :intl Iiveleth It's The Talk of the 'llIlXYlIf'I1lIf3 XVXIIIZIIIS I Love Mountain Music-Greene lleat lYavefIleclell The Last Rounrl Up-The Beacon on XVECIIICSIIIHY Night PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE lid iii!-mm ' fs Q 'gill 'J-Ties i 6255? ' J ' '5' i:,fss-,fat at-bl .Alam ga b :if f .2352 sz' E A t Zh :Pi 1 ex ' iugll-.---: -Q i W4 f-' . X a i' -giggling 'X in E--lpn ui E get 1 un gg: I gi- I as c s B 3: :5' "' jig.. X..-H H i fl ru s , ' !.! - !l!,,, 2-.,F!,2l, -.I 1 , .5. - piiiii-iiiiwirt ezrsu--nv-vu-rw-'is f J , L , e if ref, f the- .f- J 1 K fi '-' -6 f' it :::::l.i! f5..llgga::l'ggF5 H Wd bi :ig it L .--ltfdm --in--.lg-E H gr' HALL Ol" l"l,AlVlliS Edith l.eadhetter was easily victorious in the race for the Miss 1034 title. -lack Shiffer was second. Again our lovely lidith scores. This time she gets title of Most Popular! Does she rate? Immaculate liernice Small won over Miss l.eadhetter for the title of llest Dressed in this year's superlative style show. 'I guess the red ski pants did it. ls that right Bernice? In walks Anita liickford, who has that certain "something" and she wins liest Looking, with Thurma Camphell in second. Alice Alden is the most graceful girl on the dance lloor, so she is voted the Best Dancer. Can she dance Frank, or is it Tom? 'llhere's stars in them thar eyes. Ur is it red hair? XYell anyway Margaret Estes is our most romatic girl with no one hut "Eddie" Perkins second. Too had there's only one moon a month, Can She jump. and play haskethall? Can sheewell just the same Leila lirock- man grahhed the title of Best Athlete away from Bev. Stevens. Anyway "Bev" has a great hig had line, and does she slay 'eml hey Gus. .Mice Alden missed out on the hahy talk. Friend Martha Hailey talks her way out again, or is it in? Most Talkative without a douht. lrlunter is an also-ran. Mary Chase is a good example of what we all think is Most Iirilliant. No Competitors. Mary. The hard working girl is Ruth .Xndrt-ws. This studious lass gets the title of Class Grind. 'Her ahility is to he envied. Miss lt is all yours, Fdwina. liickford comes in to her own again. Nice going Class .X. Vamp. lfdwina competed hut blohnnv wouldn't allow it. Now the liest Man llater is Ruth Andrews. XVe all try. hut you know how it is. Ruth is going to wait until she gets older. Sacre fooled us on Class XVit hut Harlow got second, and Harlow got first in Sleepiest. Those who sleep during class should show some of that tendency where it is needed. Biggest Time Killer goes to Martha Bailey. XYonder whether that other title has anything to do with it. Sacre and llarlow tie for llest fXlihier. 'l'hat's something we all have in common. Most Likely to Succeed is Mary Chase, and our sincere good will is with her in all her endeavors. Tallest, Mildred liragdon towers ahove us. XVe admire height. Elinor Harper can look up to us others hut we admire short people. You are the Shortest lflinor. Caroline Bridgham is our Class Girl liahy hut that is nothing to he ashamed of Caroline. PAGL ONh HUNDRILU TWBNTY-TWO f . s.t f- fffff? a w e-se 'skew r ., sg. tw , L it e . sat 1 Q Q ,gig-1 L11-i. , NX , I f IA xt f V ' N.-ig iiiQ!g.a,Ez'Sgf!HLl!Q'QIljEiS,5g,-,Eg:ll tt tai i Ji as-asaaaatasiei j 1 1 1:55 -:g V . ' gh, u.,..:...A...I- ,ii ..I.....j..... it lf C . E i . e C .. e ..:.:!:.:s.za !-2l:Qs1:.s:.2i if HA lil. OF FAME-BOYS Smooth lirank l,orml swaggers into our presence with just that airl XX'oulfIn'l yoll know he is Mr. W3-l? Dear olcl Roh Schoppe was sure to get Most l'opular. Guess he smiles at the opposite sex too nicely to lose over Otis llaskell. Gowell and l,ortl hoth are well tlressecl men. Ifrank's tie hacl just one stripe too many to miss out on Rest Dressed. Freem Berry saicl they all laugherl when he tirst steppefl on the clance Hoor. Now he's the talk of the town, anrl Rest Dancer with Carlrly Cronk right in there too. Our reml-hairecl liyeleth lacl has sure got it hacll .-Xnrl his girl, too, Most Romantic. Scrihner certainly goes for hlonrles. Athletes are macle not lmorng "Red" anfl "1 Jllie", what have you rlone to them? Otis llaskell sure slays the flames with his Riggest l.ine, ancl Schoppe stays on the outskirts of the town with his, not so hig as llaskell's line. ,Phil liowie was unanimously votefl for the Host 'l'alkative. Most llrilliant goes to harrl working Ralph Cloorlwin who has the highest honor for the lacls. Ralph is also the Class Grinrl. I guess he stays in ancl stuflies all the time hut he has heen known to sneak out on a "date" once in '1 while. Am I rifflit "Goorlie',? Ecl ,-Xhhott voted Class Sheik. l.orcl Seconrl. Nutt saicl. or rather too mueh. Hur XYoman llater is liernarcl Langley with Ralph Goodwin seeoncl. You two, with Ruth Andrews, ought to get together, ancl have a swell time. Class liahy is uNU1'IHlCN Chase, the petite anrl young tennis player from Cony. Get that hoys, Cony, with a capital HC." liflrlie .Xhhott ancl johnny l,itchlielcl make up one NYit, so "lil" is the XYit. Cloutier is voteml Sleepiest hut you hetter not go to sleep on seeoncl hase, or Gus is likely to throw a hasehall hat at you, or an lfconomics hook. ,lulien says he wants to he a jail warrlen, a line place to sleep. Biggest 'l'inie Killer is Howie again, in the same class as Martha Hailey, l guess. Ralph Noel is very hrilliant hut he eoppecl seeonrl prize in this contest. Une ot' the most glamorous talkers in the school is llerhert liarnes anrl he is yotecl liest Alihier. Ask lXliss Cornforth. Keep it up Harnes. XYayne lfstes is not lflrankenstein or Mr. llycle hut he certainly is the Class Villain of IU34. .lfle is the hoy who floes more for the school lace than any other person, ever. l.eighton Uingley is our Class Urator. ancl he has heen rloing some long rlis- tance travelling. Schoppe put up a game tight hut "Ding" was too gootl for our flear "Prex". The lmoy with the violin is lhmny Smithg anrl lhmny Smith is our Shortest lloy. floocl luck with your violin Oralcl. Hill llufresne heat out Rerl lfveleth as 'l'allest. Rerl, you hetter go to hecl nights as Hill cloes. Oh yeah. Our rlear Class l'resimlent, lirank l,orrl, comes to his own to cop Nlost Likely to Succeecl away from Clark Clahle Slehoppe. lfrank ought to get somewhere when he gets out ol this flarn nice school. ' m PAGF ONF HLINDRFD TWFNTY THRFF -f afa ' t ..wf VT 42 Q asw+.fmQeJ- f +mf5..f 'Q . ly- f , 'efjq fii ..5 : V: A. .- :-1 p 6 . sf MVA A A , .,,, ,g,-.,n,, ..-y q , ,- I ,- .. , gg . e e lf 1 lieiiiilii! i 2: I-14: ee- xi . 5833 ESE EE FEES- 55 555,5'::5ge. liggsgi Still , - f' ISREACII OF lC'l'lQllE'l"li'lC Ali'0li.U1ZY f U e 7- N 1 7 . 51 - .. 'U N - -N. -X N. . N 2 1 ,W . vi . ' ':- f ' 4. Z -5 Q, , N ,X 'f 2 H' 3 N, 5 . -1 4 .:' N - A, :. . f - . SQ . N.. X- I-'f' I 2 : Q . E 4 ,5 -H - .- w -1 - .- Z."1 Q EUEUUEEUUEEUEU SIGN ON 'lllllf DU'l"l'lCID LTNIC and lllllllhlil' l'1'tIi't'.x' your flllffltlll for flu' lirrzlrlz of fflI'tlIlt'lfl' rlzvvkvd -in ilu' FITIIHIIII 1'l1.v1'1l1'. Striking' hostess with bottle. Spanking hostess ur female guests. Rirling' to liounrls in drawing rmnn. liicling to liuunrls in llllllflllllll. lixvessive screaniing. lfxtreine inebriation. 'l'ln'ovving glasses. lnsulting' guests. lnrliscreet petting. Nausea. Cmnplete loss of equililmriinn. Partial loss of equililmrium. Excessive clestruetion ul furniture, AI-Earl language. PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR up - 143. r s,-L ,"'1QQf sy' ' XXV X 3 ' Y ' F Q' X 'AQ cl . f .-3 7 -, - - A f .l ,QA i it - D' l Hai' N ' 6 --- t za- A " 525231542 -t' fgs :sag ' Nw ' qi Q i r EEE to 4 a V 15 it l , F' "ff 'i gi X " if ,-L, Q,"E25.:3E'E7E ' -::::::.:'t::.L3 tl Eli!! ' -A . as . ' 2::!l5l5-Q-5f:llil.l.lLl.!-'T-515'-53514 " IlOW'S YOUR E. I.. H. S. lC'l'lQllli'l"l'E? lt' you are not sure ol' your lCl,I IS rules for hehavior, the following suggestions will he helpful: 1. XX'hen callerl on to recite, tlo not speak in an auclible voice, but mumble your wortls. Your classmates clon't want to hear, ancl the teacher knows the answer anyway. 2. Never stanfl in the aisles, lest energy he taken from the night's tlance. lt is a gootl plan to lean on the clesk or to straclrlle a chair. 3. Ile sure to have all hooks antl papers pickeml up at least live minutes helore the close of the class periocl. Then grasp the corner ol the clesk with your right hantl so as to make a gootl start in vacating the room when the hell rings. -l. .Xlways rush headlong clown the left sicle of the corridors so as to collicle with as many stuclents as you can conveniently. tlle careful, however, to have a tleathvlike grip on your own hooks and papers, else a catastrophe nmst he expectetlj. 5. The sturly periotls are in reality rest periocls, .-Xny type of recreation is appropriate then, excepting only school work, which will he most out ot place. fm. lie sure to let your lrienrls know when you expect an lf on your report carclffyou are safe then in any case. Ile nonchalant ahout your .rX's, unless your schoolmates fail to exhihit an interest in the matter, in which case you shoulml resort to the lmroacleast. 7. The lunch room is the only place wherein a hlunior or a Senior shoulcl speak pleasantly to a Sophomore, ancl no recognition shoulrl he given then unless the Sophomore is holding some eclilmle article. 8. Never, uncler any circumstances, go to the enrl of the lunch check lineg to crowtl almout the winclow insures confusion, and presents an opportunity for your most sarcastic ancl uncomplimentary remarks. fl, No hoy shoultl he seen wearing a hat in "below-zero" weatherg ear mulls are, however, always permissihle. lt is unthinkahle lor a hoy to wear hoth cap antl ear mulls at one anrl the same time. IU. livery girl slioulcl appear at school once each week wearing ski-pants. 'l'he warmer wlays seem to he the most popular for this attire, antl an estalnlishecl custom like this shoulrl not he tllSI'C'QIll'tlCfl. GOING T0 THE DANCE XYht-re? where? where? where? That ironing cortl was lying there! llow am l going to press my pants? Dear ma l'm going to the clance. XYhat makes everyone move so slow W'hen they know l shonlcl he on the go? The slarn clock seems to go so fast ,Nnrl there the hus is going past. 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H A - -my rat li it .EEE -f l .i f ll + lff "- : E 4 1 l .f EEEEE 1 FUSE! l - ' t RONERS l'nc-nis nl 'l'u-rlziyi ,X Lyric is :1 sliurt put-in lmy tlic nnllinr. llv ,illinpwl into :i vrzirm-ii :incl tlircw :uyuy liis swnrcl, :incl tlicn rzin xiwziy. llrznninzirt The VVlll'lllL'l' zilill-cts l,l'lIlk'llJ2ll Sniitlrs vnllin. lissziysz 'l'liis is lllClCli'l1lfll'y cssziys. N1-ws: l'vtcr llmllctson: XN'rntc "'l'lic lDnll's llnnscf' is lliu prvsimlcnt nl' Cllllll, clmn- cellnr nl ."Xustria. sc-l tire tn thc Right Stzilw, is ll trzlyclcr in 'l'lic Orient, :1 lecturer, secretziry nl tlic ministry, Il pluywriglit. lfrzinces Perkins: Prcsiclent nl tlic XY. Lf 'lf Ll., scrrctziry nl tllc trvzisnry, iirst wmnzin lnenilwr of senate, :incl wlimn lizis clnnc innvli lnr lu-r cnnntry. ll. XY. .X. Political XN'nrlacrs' Xssiwizitiuii. ll'1'nll:1llly lm-gill, N. l. li. .X. N2llll'7llZll lnllutinn liccmistriivlinn .-Xct. l,ily l'uns: :X fzicv crczun. presiclcnt nl Cnlmzi. .-X. fl. Stnlllvs: HX little liursy wc tliinlql. l'1n writing in rcgzirfls tu, A swnrcl like the kings sun, "l hope tlizit l slmll nuver scc A pnein lovely as t1'L-C." l'S0l11C prusztic smil,--manila-ii pwlizipsil CREEK SIMPU' Fl ED ,Xlplizt-Kiiirl of grass. Gziiiiiiiziglfeiiizilc granrlparent. Phi-Stipencl paifl to lziwycr. Kappa-On bottles. l'i-Meaning is obvious. Rlio-l'i'opel by ours. Nufllf recent creation. Mu-Cut music. Sigin:i4A vocalist. Delta-Pzist tonsc of uct nf clistrilmuting czirrls. lfl:14l'ieCe of pie. Tlieta-lixpressimi of llrziisc. ug. ,llllC'lIl girl. lntzi-But I w0n't. X'i-X i wlizlt. Oinicron-Synonymnns witli nmignsli. Tziu-Un your font of Course. Chi-flllie city nf wincl :incl gangsters. Uinegfzl-Ci'y used lmy Il lmluy to zittrzlct its fcinrilv parent. PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWFNTY'FnEVFN I nfwf-Q tf 'a:e,.,,. ,- get "' M ii? 'ESI iffig ,, -. , , ew 5 fc HaEEaliwEE!!1v :fb sage Y. sigE!E!Q llll ll' 3 ytfk ... 1 :...,i.., wsisr Assets tt. .Qgsve 'QJQEE 5 xx : Z e .V 1 N l j L-er. l 13:57, X' Twig? 'Ii al i f ., f .. :.1f'i" 1 i Z'i '11 s s - '--. - - -t-- - 2--' git sieg e , llllllil H" i if J " 4 f NT HHH will er 'L x . , ., .,- -- er L -. Ill: K If tw' ..'."A l 7 fill OUR LEXICON Antiniony--fMoney collected periodically lay a divorcee. ll'0lle'l.lllC tailor does ours. Zinc-You should see it after a party. Platinum-Col:mring matter used to ensnare males.-jean llarlow Nickle-An lnjun on one side and a lmutfalo on the other. Cast Steel+Name of a pure soap imported from Spain. Gold-el got a gold in hy dose. Silver-Long thin slice ol wood. eg. l've got a sliver in mv ling-er. Chlorine-Female memlier of the chorus. Aluminum-Past tense of the verlm alumniate, to get lit up. Bronze-Type of cheer, originating in the state of N. Y. Chromium-Bird emporium. l5arium+After he dies. liaron?-Klanehausen. . c SAD CASES The timid athlete who lionght a checker hoard to learn how to jump. The banana peddler whose husiness was slipping. The undertaker who was worried hecause he didu't have steady customers. The half-wit who wouldn't go to the insane asylum because the people were far below his mental level. The Seotchman who got douhle pneumonia at one time so he eonld save time and money. The student who took a mirror to lied with him so he could see himself in his sleep. The prof. who thought he should ride for hal I'-fare just lmecause he was in his second childhood. The ahsent-minded prof. who looked in a mirror and couldn't remember who it was. THE TALE OF A STUBBORN CAR Under the spreading chestnut tree a stuhhorn auto stands, The smith an angry man is he, with trouble on his hands. The carburetor seems to he the Cause of all his woeg lle tightens half a dozen holts hut still it doesn't go. lfle sits lmeside the road to give his lmrain a chance to cool ,'Xnd ponders on his training at the lfdward l.ittle School- And then he starts his work once more, and just hy chalice 'tis seen, The cause of all his tronlvle isf-he's ont of gasoline. EVICLYN M. Wn,i,m ms, '34 PAGF ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-EIGHT -4 P gg ., X4 mygh QIYJA -I , -f ',,: ,--,x,v 4e,x vzim 9 Q,tt q?:5 f,,? -arg ' Ag. 1 f -'12 rfbfii If KHf',f'XQ I .I in f E!! 1- II EIU it I I 4, , 9 Qi ,sh - E Vt E iflfiitsi .16 it I fl QQ ,J gi ,,, , ,.- - .N ily :intl :I flrwt in rt Xl!-rc IlllIll'l51lIlk'tI. so Sziiml thc fly, "I.ct us H I I,Lt ua flylu srlirl the 'l'h "..s:.'. - r 1 i I Ii" ' ""' .lsr 4"' -1":' in ii' Ill, iuQ::'?Um5EL' N iii:-i1i45'i'5r'i V ' Fi5:i5'iTviP155n I lx A Ly? IA 222 f Iisi lu I I,.X'I'lN I'hcy :irc clczul who wrote it, cy zn'c clczul who spoke it, Thcy arc clezul who rczul it, lilcssccl clcntli--tlwy czlrncml lt. I"l.IGIl'I' xylt Hut' flee flvc. .tw So they Ilicxy through ZI ll' Roh ti writing ll lvttcr. to nintc sitting UH . -1 I want to S00 how yet' spvll lllntiltlzl. Llunior: hxvlllll is thc' clzltc, please? Cl'IIl1lflICl'I 'Nou-1' niincl thc mlzttc. hunk : 'l'h lt roulil thcy ilo. ,.. 1 Qxzun lr niorc nnportztnt. Aluniorz "NVQ-ll, sir. I wztntccl to lmyc no - 3.- Goomlwin: "I szty, is your :n'l4 lull. 1 1 . . 1 Izlxl I31'lyC1': 'Uno nionlwy short. any D in thc Iluc. nn - I Ill-y loc, tzllw yi-1' shirt otl' - .Q nicthing right on thc lb1llll'l'.n in jump in! l.orrl: "XYl1:1t'w worrying you, kid?" Svho 1 mc: "I wus 'ust XVtHlItIC'l'IIlt" how nlziny lwfs you llzlyc to full olt il VCIIII . 5 N pcflc- to niztlcc hiin limp." llc-:ul CII-i'l4: "I :nn wry sorry to hczn' of your lHll'lllt'l'lS slcuth. XX'onl1l y J likc' me to tztlic his plztcc' IXIZIIIHQCVI "Very much. il you can get thc lllltIl'I'I1lliL'l' to znizlngc it." I.zlurcl Il:u'rly zlnrl wilv, who have lu-cn living with his wilt-'s pcoplc, lmvu hml to lcziyc' town on :wvount ol' her pznm-nts hzlying gona- to liyc with thc grzunlpnrcnt- "N on say your girl is Mzw NVQ-st's mlot "Yc:1li-fsl1Q's tyyicc as lug!" Gus: "I :un going to spcztli on liars toiluy. llow inziny ol you liztyc' rczul thc twenty-hi'st Chztptci' of thc tc-xt F" Nearly every stuclcnt rnisefl his hztncl. Gus: Ufloocl. You are thc very group to whom I wish to speak. 'I'l1c-rc is no twenty-first cliztptcrf' -H lllllxf .Xhlnotti "Stupid, VYIIZIIIS the imlvn of washing your spoon in your glass 7' Schoppe: "I znn not going to get my pocket ull ict' ci'c:un." F'AGh ONE HUNDRED TWENTV-NINE U11 .-fr:-e t -fwfff ,f -:te -. ft X 4. 51 -. I X - , 1 . ' 1 f2 i'Tff-we fists' ,N If , I 4 e Je Xi EIGL ,, f u r..-jg ,. 5 Aff-1 ,U I . ' Zfgqr:1555555g :grin : 2.35-Ef:55-.35 g f+ . M ., I ae- 5 pass 2 . if It I lite! li e I , il l "I lex' lfrosh. what are you wearing t 1 t . hat safety pin lor?" - -Qu ' It is mv lraterinty pin ' it is th tt ' 'XYhat it I . 1 I . "l'hi Cetta Rip." "XVhat rlifl you mlo last period?" "Took part in a guessing contest." "lint I thought you hail an exam in math." "I did." 4 x 'I got a mug here I want eng'rayefl.' "The liarher shop is across the street." Vezina: 'll just hail a rlish of ox-tail soup anil I feel bully." Senior aclviee to sophs: "Dont lose your hearl if a pretty senior smiles at youg it may he all she ean clo In keep fron 1 laughing." Two small hoys in an art museum looking at the statue of llermes: "Gee take a Sf uint at this lnirrl. he's hail all his arms knoeked off." 'Yc Havre: "I .lt I-'ratt . KIDO F' 'KVVhy?" "lt's almr 011 I Little ho hasket ancl e I ' 's, lc-t's get out ol' here Ivelore they pnt the blame on us." wonfler why all the lioys are crazy to clate me up?" Nou ean't nnagine anyone sane cloing it can you?" want to start the x'ietrola?" nt time you startecl something." yt "Papa. there's an olrl man stanrling' on the corner holding' out his rying. Please give me a clime for him." Unsuspeetine' Uacl: "Here you are, son. VVhat's he erving about ?" is Little hoy: Balloons! Niee Balloons, three for a dime." .X frienrl mission whil of a Jewish ex-service man remarked to him, "And clicl you get a mm- e you were in the army ?" "Nm" he replieml, "only my wages." 'l'he eolorerl preacher was rleserilming' the "hail place" to a congregation nl awefl listeners. if 4 l'rienfls." , naee. ain't you all. white-hot. sizzling' anrl hissing? he saicl. "you'ye seen this here meltefl iron runninff out of a fur- FN V7 The preacher pointecl a long. lean linger at the frightenerl erowcl. "XVelI." he eontinuecl, "they use that stuff for iee cream in the place live heen 7, talking' alxou PAGL QNI: HUNDRED THIRTY 77' 'J' f' ' f'lT:'7'g .S?'5EgF2'5--rnif' '7-'flhg'-:tgf N ' e 1 r - X S.: 6' A m e ' it Y l!!1f!"'l3 -v F!" """"l fl ' '-all ' l i f sb t. gfiiiassssztiaselt 4 . . ., at "Fair one you are an inspiration to my hest composition." ".-'Xnd what do you write, my dear, jokes T' Chandler: "Define liquids." Dumlm junior: "Liquids are words with wel sounds. such as splash, drip. and ,. gargle. Berry: "Do you know the dillerenee lvetween twxis 'md trolley' vars Tv c..1 - l.eadhetter. tuo good at riddlesl 2 "l Th no. l could never guess." lireem: Htloodl Then we'll take a trolley." l l "XVhat dim. .lu iet say to Romeo when she saw him in the haleony?" "lVhy didn't you get seats in the orchestra?" Nr. Chandler was taking a class in chemistry: "Now then. llliller. name me a poisonous suhstaneef' llerhie thought deeply. ".Xyiation." he replied alter a while. The class laughed with amusement, and Klr. Chandler looked sternly at Hiller, "Explain yourself." he commanded. "One drop will kill. sir?" responded llerhie. .lohnny had heen sent to hed hy his mother for using profane l1lllQ'll1lQ'C. XYhen his father came home she sent him upstairs to punish the hoy. t - 1 'l ll teach that young lellow to swear. he roared as he started up the stairs. lle tlippul on the top sttii md utn his wilt held hu .ns f . ent 'Z 'Z ' ' ' ' ' ' x " C' Ol' 'l llltblll l . 'You'd hetter eome down now." she called up after the air had cleared some- what. "he's had enough for the first lesson." VVhat to do with the Diploma: l. Sell it to a freshman as a sheepskin. lle'll think he's huying a winter coat and will pay you real money for it. 2. Have it framed. .Xfter all. you were framed for lour years to get it. 3. Use it to design a drinking cup. guaranteed to erumple at a critical moment. The Pullman Company will surely huy out all rights and your fortune is made. 4. Keep it if you are planning to sell honds-or sell automobiles. "There are two sides to every question." "Yes, and there are two sides to a sheet of Hy paper, hut it makes a hig ditfcr- ence which side he chooses." "The girls in the ofhee wear desk hosiery. "XVhadclya mean. desk hosiery if 77 Roll tops - - PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTV-ONE 11,15 I 1 , 1-,V -5 .gs T J-47,-,. 5 ..::eg..i -af.-.-p74g.lxE!Ea 15 X 4 1 1 . f I K if ani tg ,. . l i".1 ll it 1 fir ' 'ig ..?.g.g.!'gJ F!s:.!,g,!.. If L , V -Y ,,,, , W- -5, 'A Y ,., -V sz ug." p'l:vr'g'rl'l"Y1 " f!U"T"l"V'9l ln the history class, they were discussing' the Civil XYH1' period. One boy mentioned the underground railroa "llovv did it work 7' Perkins asked. "Good," was the reply from Bill lfyfe. d. Footprints on the sands ol' time are not made by sitting down. .Nt night when sudden tremors shake And agitate the casemei it The cause may be a distant quake Ur raisins in the basement. lXlac'l'avish: "Helpl l'm gonna get lockjawf' lXlacNiFf: "fl'wang you're not going' to get lockjawf Naclavislit "l know better. I swallowed a penny." Teacher: "llere's an example--"l'he boy lell in the lake' Now, Archie, where s your preposition ?" Scholar: "Please Na'am, we ou fht to be trvin f to lind a lile ireserver." Es . is .N : "The cook looks angry." H: "Yes, she has just been beating' some eggs and whipping the 'l'eacher: "lVere your folks surprised when Pupil: A'No, they had been expecting it for c reamf' you graduaterl from several years." Teacher: "Give me a sentence with the word 'politics' in it." Student: "Our parrot swallowed a watch a llopeful: "'l'ime me around the track, coach? nd now 'polly ticks'." vi Zeke: "Sure XVait until l get my calendar." 7 5 if 53 Ieacher: Name a clause. Smart Pupil: "Santa Clausefl Miss Hatch: "XVhat is a metaphor?" llaskell: ".-X place to keep cows." .lordan to Bixby: "Slay il tax your memory. l3ixlHYI "Has it come to that F" an She: "l've broken my nose in three places." He: "You slioulrln't go to those places." 4 1 Virginia: 'O dear, Richard. there's a little McKinney: 'fThat's all right. lt can't hurt green snake' you because it isn't ripe yet l" PAGE QNE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO high school P 1 y. ' 1ffE-, f n -1.-1 ' iggf gi 5' A x i -QTM' '.3 3 ' -' , -' fxgw . .. 11 1 1 .ff-1 1 f fl 1 - -- .11:1111,E.1a1!1:11IPfQl11ns1r.1E-.5111 '1 111' . 111 1 111 li- " 53:11 ' - '11 Ei 11Ee:11:::'f.11:g::1, 1:a1::::::1:::g5, 1 1 gi 12 1, "1 111111111 Il girl W1 111 111111's 1111- 111111111 111' 111111" 'AS1111111i11g- 11 11111111' Il 1111111 11'1111 1i1111111s 11'i111 11is 11'11is11111's." . . 1 "Ny 11111' w11s s11111111 111s1 11ig111." 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'11 1 1 11111 1111- 1'1111i11 1111 all I11Q11'1?H N111111111' 111 s1111111 11111111 111 11ig111 1'11111's: H11llS11, 11111111 11111 s1111111111111 11'i11 s1'11111 1111 'l 11111'11.' , . 1 11111112 "1 1. 11. 11111111. 17111111110 1V1'1l 111111'111111s 111111 1 1v1111'1 11111 111111111'." PAGE DNF NIINDRED THIRTY THITEF .B HR ' c ' QP 31? F L 3 ,eiegff F ' .' Qiwj '- - J 'Q I' I---2 - Q - . e -1155'ff' XI 6 -'ISL I git ---'fi-2 is . 'UQ c. -X e 75? .. ' i I ,Mp Lin- .' t 4 , Y li ' f" .J .. ' f .,in"': ::::: :::::"' ' 455517555 55 I NX -- P 'ti , . . It i!5.!!E'!!! I .L -. ' Eggs . qi - . Hsssaassagtgasgi, lsasasssgmg I .ff liz: " L1 I ees. ass afgsasssssstsse- it I" ie , e ' f It Teacher Iihner : : "Elmer, I'n1 surprised! Do you know any more jokes like that ?" "Yes, teacher." llerkz "XVell, stay after school." Lady: "I,ittle hoy, why aren't you in school F" Little lloy: "l'Iell, lady, I ain't hut three years old." In amazement I watched the trained Hea do his stunts. "Did you educate that tlea yourself?" I asked the man "Yes," he replied proudly, "I raised him from a pup." "Thankt'ul? XYhat have I got to he thankful for? I can't even pay niy hills." "Why, man, he thankful that you are not one ot' your creditors." NVife. "Dont you think I have put too much salt in the soup, dear?" Model Ilushand. I'Not at all. darling, there is perhaps, a little too little 8111113 mr the salt, that is all." Sandy Campbell has heen practising false economy. Ile took such long steps to save his six-dollar shoes that he split his eight-dollar trousers. He. "lf this were a nudist colony. what would you say as I entered?" "Take off your things and stay awhile." "Do you think a girl should love helore twentyiu "Nope Too large an audience." "I Iustle up with that gun and get it down to the church I" "NVhat's the hig' rush P" "VV:-ll, the Colonel Wants to marry otl' his daughter." She. "I shall climb high up the ladder ol success." Ile. "Yes XVr0ng hy wrong." He. "Darlingl V111 intoxicated with youlu She. "You mean you're intoxicated with everyone else here tonight." Schoppe. "Speed? Say this car can't he stopped on the hills." Iiearce. "Mine was that way too, hefore I had the hrakes tixedf' "Oh Sultan, we heg to report that a new muscle dancer has joined your harem." "'I'hat's line. 'Ilell her to come up and shinnny sometime." "Did you play hriclge at that nudist camp you visited?" Oh yes, they were stripped for auction." "I went auto riding' with a stranger. Did I do Wrong FU "Prohahly.', PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTV-FOUR in 2 mf lm it .- 15:17 ff? l f 4.,NHiE'5i5Rl5 JE! x ': LL- EEE luliliiilgpigglga l - - - 'E I TF? rrrvvl ii? lp,-. ' N W NL N,-'xr W' V' --4 - f - , . . N 24 " 'lr M ' gt t L fy T - A XPP "T " .1 TJ, X' 'iii iiils gf W "'! " 'gi F in I3-15" " '- - . 1 1 J' -I L' U22 -... - L-.. ,.--. . lo. .lo 21. 559' -'Lrg 44: Y I -ff ., 5 x sa' L S: 1 !al'::v::::::: aiu... :air :Salim ' l HL: Aish' - ,ilu - Nr X f i f ,1,,+.-gg:::: 2 5552 E " ' QL::.j.jl::.1lia ii V , 1 El:i5:iil,s::El3 4 '!,5?.Er:iEE?.iEE ' tf l li Q' if -i --5 ' ll ,,gs.,liasgaaass:asgi ' 1 52 --2: -f - 1 ' -Y . ii i::: :::::::. L11 zz :::".:: ' lil 'I !3 gag l ,E R' '. 3 fy, .:::ll5:l::::::i u::!:::EE-l::!l 9 :Zi-I M f I n Q Y ,- , VL E - -g.::31.e'.-1 F: i:i,. -5 EE F' Q"3L9,5, i ERTISIN SECTICD OF E. L. H. S. QRACLE FUR 1934 l ll E HE cciitrnl thcmc of our 1934 Oralclc is, , "thc loumliiig of Edward Little High School". Siiicc 1834 this high school has coiitiiiuzilly culled upon thc mcrclixuits and husincss mcii of our cities to support school puhliczltioiis :mtl papers hy zltlvcrtisiiig. For one liuiitlrccl yczlrs E. L. litcralry aims have hccn made possihlc thru the willf ing cooperation of our local husiiicss msn. WC siiiccrcly hops that thcir rcwxirds hzivc hccii, :md will comiiiuc to hc, in fair proportion to their loyalty. PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTY FIVE , I E! ?g'3 fg,f .,v fb. , ,X Y V'-V !L' iar i.!k n lE ! .rf .PN -if u'1':es"E 5, Qinilg lllgg . A I' ,!.g'in,!l,.!. .!!,gI.!,! V iv- -1 'Q 2455953 ,r gfgff2Rg2,zQ 'A' ' llt?Yj'2gg-M I A lmnmuuuuuu Ir' H IL A R N :NI I l aj V, f J L X X 'JG v ..n...-I 4' I 1 ' -I X S. I 99 . R , . . I. -..A wsu V79 9 r . if , lx Ir .9 A ,5ffi:si's's. 559:-sggglg-. I ,-' ' Ez- gevgp-L:'u"'.i " X ' f ' g ' Sai EEE E14 :ing ::::.,::e,:: , , , ..Y --?V.sH- V ul!! n u-1uun l llgrggn 'sa 25 I ' ' ,ig 55 ' I ' f -- ! I Iii 'I 4- J - , I I .1 53-35:35 :gli Igggggggng. 2- - 1 f I -:: ::.::::. 555551535 . 'II 'ull '- 5 'n E : E ' R1-Q7 4 ' ..::j': :::::: ,u..I...Ex ..I I 4 I I L. - 9 M Ln' 'a-Il .4 A u- ..a. I-:chu 7:5345 '51 I if 'f 3? ILwu95- A -......- I,.---.. .. rknnmlnhgmrnt . . . THE ORACLE STAFF FOR 1934 WISHES TO TAKE THIS TIME TO EXPRESS ITS SINCERE APPRECIATION TO THE ADVERTISERS. WITH WHOSE HELP THE PUBLICATION OF THE ORACLE HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE. WE ALSO WISH TO THANK THOSE VVHO HAVE AIDED IN THE PUB- LICATION OF THE 1934 EDITION. MERRILL 84 WEBBER COMPANY THE TRIMOUNT ENGRAVING CO. THE VARIOUS PHOTOGRAPHERS L22 i1'EfLiZi.SlQZF AND ALL THOSE WHO HAVE CO OPERATED I I SpeciaIisrs I in .High Scrmll TBNTED QQRQQRD and College at the Office of I Publications I I I MERRILL Sv. WEBBER CQ. I Printers - Paper Rulers I I Booklbinders I I E' 95-99 Main Street AUBURN, MAINE AG ONE UN Hl Y X .,f' , f1-.I l t - ir ir H I xi Afxaff. ,f - f .,,.x 1, .. 1 M I ' -' ' I i i t "s,2saQ5S'a, uifx I-111 sag , I , ff Ft fi Q II + ' - FI . In I-1 95' i 71-- ' .11 'i ., . Q, SIEESEEE 55535535555 EPEEEEEEIEEQG ' In if 5::5 5::g5::-3 I ' 1 ,QL .:::I::: ::: :::! 5Eiu::!:::wl::.5 If L ., TE, asigagsg'-5fi Fi:l5fa.5:ii: " ii-++++++++++++++-I--l'+'I-'I--H--12+-I'-I--I-++++++++-I-++-I-+++++-I-++++++++++++-Ii' 'I' + 'I- I AUBURN AUTO- ELECTRIC CQ. ig if 41 WASlIINti'I'tJN STRICI-Tl' EE E .XI"IiIIfJIQIZI'iIJ b.XI,I'iS. SIQIQVICAII i IPUICU, Iiciny, Iilztxun, Antn-I.itc, Nrn'tI1L':1st, Ililtturics 1 Tricu VVin1INI1icIcI Wiper I'ztrts ficiic1':1tui's, Sturtt-rs :tncI Ignition E C'zn'I1nrcturs. Spa-ccloiiictviw Aiitoiimtiw I'fIt'cti'iciniis + :III-+++++++++++-I-+++++-I-+'I'+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++'I'+++++++:I'l- L-xl:-I'+++-I--P+++++++-I-++++++++++++-I-1 i ++++++++++++++++++++++++-I--I-++ + + + + -3. 'FMD ll-Btl Bffl I' QE Geo. V. Turgeon 8: Co. I 1 C W' ," F' " af' Q"f"'Y + + + fitllllfi I 4II'llIA'l1t'.X' l:1mun'l.i' 5 ' 5 9 ' + -I' , E 'HJI l'l'l'R'S i -XI: XK:1II I':1pvrf I'ivtnru Ifrznning i 1- xx'.fx'i'tiiilis 5 sii.x'1cim'Anlf1 1 jj "f1'tf'Wl"f' + jx: IJIAINIONIJS 'I' 'I' IIE J' ' AC + 'I' ' 1 NH Lishon St. Lewiston, Mu. 1 ,ncmpomfed 1 Sign UBIG CHIME CLOCKH + Eli: 55 Cunrt St. Anhnrn, Mt-. :I:+-l'++++++++++++-I-++++++++++-I--I-+ -I'+++++++++++++++++++++++-I-+++ -I-+++++-I-+++++++++++-I-++++++++-I-+ SPI I.l.ER'S CASH MARKET -I--I--I-+-I--I--I' +++++-I-++ E XYIC IDIfI.IVI'iR E ' + 1' 'I'rI4'pIiu1i0 H437 E IZO Gznnztge Avo. Auburn i "' i 'I-1:4--I'++++++++++'I'++++++++++++++'I' ++++-I-I-+-I-+'I-+++++++++++++++++-I-i I ERNEST SAUNDERS I Florist -I--I-++++++ S'I'UIQI'f HRICICNIIUIISIC 23 I.ishon Struct - 578 Main Strut-t +++ ini-+ I + + -I- + + + + + + + + + -I- + -I- + + + + I.en'istcni -- Maine ++++++++++++++++++++++++++-I--I-++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-I- + They tell us : " Peck's reminds me of New York's Smart Shops" It's nut our :nnhitiun to he "like" AXY othcr storc. VN'0'rc Z1 C't'Hlf'ul .III1lim' -I-I--I-+-I--I--H--I-+++ ,S'Im't' for C't'11l1'r1l .Ilaiuv l't'ujvlc. Fur 54 years wc hztvc studied thc customers of this community. VVe know they want new things when they are NIQVV :lt prices comnicnstirzttc with quality :intl ticntrzil Maine invrmlcs. 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