Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1910
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Text from Pages 1 - 32 of the 1910 volume:
T U ET5 CO' LEGE
Offers a four years graded course mtlucl
mg all branches ofSc1ent1Ec and Practlcal
Medtune The Laboratorres are etctcn
sxve and fully equlpped Clmual In
SIYUCIIOD IS glven IH the xatlous hospitals
of Boston whrch afTorcl faulmes only to
be found ln a large Clly
Three years graded course covermg all
branches of Dentlstry laboratory and
Strentrfic Courses are glven m connecuon
wlth the Medlcal School Chnlcal
l'd.ClllIlCS are unsurpassed 30 ooo treat
:rents made annually rn the lnlirmary
The drploma of the Soutn Framm ham H1 n School IS acc pted 1nl1 u of entrance
examxnatrons but candlclates for the B erlrcal School rrust xn add1t1on to the dxploma
present satrsfactory certxlicates of profi 1ency tn Latm and m Physrcs For further
mformatxon, or a catalogue apply to
FREDEQIC M BRIGGS, Secretary Tufts College M dxcal and Dental School
4x6 Huntlngton Avenue Boston Mass
E YVlbl'l to take th1s opportunrty to express the oblxgatxon we feel toward
tl'e F H S for trc llberal support we lave recelvecl We shall
endeavor to merlt a Contlnuance of the same bv a strut attentxon to the per
formance of our Work We have taken photos durlng the year now CllCllDg of
the Track Foot Ball Basket Ball and Base Ball Teams and twenty tour out of
thxrty elght members of the Semor Class ot 1910
The Gokell Studlo
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Our Brand of Flour Called
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PHARMACIST Equals any on the market
Hollis Street South Frammghim C S O A K S
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30 Concord Street Manson Burldmg South Frammgham
YOUNG MENS SUlTS HATS AND FURNISHINGS
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Raymond Wmslovt Lragm lhysxcal Science
lfmma Hall ljastman Iznghsh Lnterature
Iflorence Rexta joyee Engllsh'
lfluaheth Alma I lghtbody Pnghsh I rterature
NlI1TlOll long ljnglnsh Kerman lfrenth Nlathematxcs
Aaron laul lratt lll0lOglC3l Scxente
Marguerrte ljllen Stnpp lfnglxsh' C erman
fl ngllsh melude both llterature and Lomposmon
Our high school davs ln many yy avs
Are now the days of yore
A jovlul lay ue smg to day
Our studles now are o er
Old fears we ll spurn, new honors earn
Our armor now we don
And on the morrow no thought of sorrow
We ll press wxth courage on
Now onward strong we ll ever throng
And conquer ex ery foe,
No memornes fade that here are made
As on our paths we go,
Wrthout a fear but hearty cheer
For hlgh sehool days now gone
As on the morrow no thought of sorrow
We press xyxth courage on
ROLAND ADONIRAM HUESTON
Frlday evemng July I came the
.Tumor bemor Promenade Although xt
was a hot evemng and the Hall was
croyyded eyerybody had a very merry
tune The dance orders xy ere very pretty
and the musxc excellent
VVe wish to thank the JUUIOIS for the
happy tlme thev gave us at thls dance
as we thank all for the many thlngs they
have done for us And to the Class of
1910 I wish success and happmess , and
to all a very pleasant Sumn1er's vacatlon
linux H xr L E xsmrav
On Ijrlday exenlng june 5 the
benlors gave the Jl111lOl'S a Lavtn Party
nhlch was held at the home of Mxss
MSIIOH Long The first part of the even
mg was spent ln playlng sultable games,
members of the
number of the
conslstxng of lce cream and cake were
Immedlately after for some unknown
reason the party was notlceably dlmln
ln Wh1Cl1 I1Ot only the
two Classes but also a
It for granted that those who left earller
had a good tlme after havmg had a
yery enjoyable evenlng, left for the1r
THEODORF P uzsorrs WASHBURN
The above Emgma which should be
stndled and practxced by all, we saw
posted Ill one of the wmdovts of a store
the other day That no one may lose the
tneanmg of lt, we give the explanation
BMQATHES THERF P
Breathes there the gurl with soul so dead
Who never to her beau hath sald
Oh see the moon l Is n t lt just grand'
It makes one so horrlbly sentimental just
to look at xt '
Here s to the man who plans th1ngs
Buxlds thmgs makes thlngs ,
Who prates not of wonders of old
lNor gloats upon ancestral gold,
But takes off hrs coat, and takes a hold,
And does things
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say Olll Ll lss day lol rlter lO0lslllj, for
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feel as lf we were lll 'l flflalll, some of
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first day we assembled at the old Hlgll
School I-Ne had COIIIL flOII1 four dlf
ferent schools, and on tllflt first day
there were four dlffelent groups on the
o COIHIIIOII B t lll 'l day or wo
tllls strangeness XXOlLOlf,'1lltlVSCl'U6gE1I1
to lll3lx6 l'1lCIlllS alld he IOIIILLI hy that
lrlt of oyalty w le l has alwa
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dred 8l1LlLlglll.f3t.Il I1lLl1llJLIS Dnllllg
our IlLSllIl1'1l1 year llflllllllg of great
IIIIIJOTI ance happened VK e were I'IL'1l1
111611 alld that was 'lll As the year
VVC11t on the green began slowly to fade
untll It CllllfLl3 dlsappe lfkll
Between our PFESIIIIIIIII and Sopllo
l1lOI'C years, we experleneed our nlst
alld only sorrow, lll tlle death of one
of our Classlllates w llO1l1 we had learn
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was Hllll 5 VK e llaxe 'tlwlays
cllerlslled llls IIICIIIOIX llld wlll ner er
forget what Ilill lll LllLLIllll boy e
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the Slllle way as our Iresllman Jf
llle one llllllilfed and LIIQIIILLII wllo had
entered the Hlgh Sl llool ollly seventy
Eye returned But we were no longer
L'ICSl1ltS alld were just al ttle nlole
dlgnlned lnd lleltl our llLdClS a trlfle
lllgller th lll the year llefore I Ile year
wellt swlftly lw, so swlftly ll1I3Ct, tll'lt
lt SLLIIILI IS lf lt had no sooner begun
tll ill ll w as passed But we all looked
forward to our -ILIIIIOY year, VNl1lCl1 wltll
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tlle tellll 'lpplled dlleetly to us
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two Ol tllree lneetlngs of our Senlor
year XIlOlllLI' prlyllege was to have
class SOCl3lS, alld y'o.1 lllay be sure we
1ll3Cl6 good use ol tlllS
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6XCIlIllg lll the dark wlth '1 heart, and
a llllt And lllell that CllZ1l1lO!ld rlng'
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gracefully lle Bent VSIILII he presented
'I he great event of tllls year was tlle
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whole year for fear we wouldn t be able
to pay all the expenses But when the
tlme came we got through all rxght
and I might add had more than ten
cents ln the treasury with whrch to
start our Semor year Thxs was partly
due to the dxlxgence of our treasurer
and hrs little call Ten cents please
Durlng these three years we had not
been 1I1aCllVC m athletrcs On almost
every school team there were some
rgro boys The grrls also showed
their love of athletlcs both by attendlng
the games and supportrng thexr own
gymnasium class And I musn t for
get the glrls baseball team whlch vson
ten games out of a season of twelt
Don t you call that remarkably good P
But please take thls statement w1th a
gram of salt
We started on the home stretch of
wlll see that this 15 qulte a decrease
from the number that started ln but
what we had lost ID numbers we made
up for in class splrlt Of course bemg
Senlors we trled to be more sedate and
dngnlfied than ever but somehow we
couldn t succeed ln thls very well
From the beglnnmg of the year we had
one good tlme after another nntll rt
seemed as though we had nothmg but
good times BESldCS holdmg three
Senlor dances we had tvso or three
soclals w1th the Iunxors If you want
to know the reason for our havlng
socrals w1th the JLIUIOYS you had better
ask some of the Senior g1rls and well
I guess someot the boys could tell you,
Perhaps you thlnk we spent all our
tlme tn havmg a good tlme and neg
lected our studies but you are mls
taken for tomorrow mght we mll
graduate with thlrty elght members
Th1s 15 the second largest class to
graduate from the Framingham Htgh
School Os er half of thls number
expect to study ln hlgher schools, and
several others have already accepted
posltlons as bookkeepers and stenog
From thls you see that we have not
neglected our studles altogether and
that vue have followed the teachlngs of
our mstructors to whom we give many
thanks for thelr kmdnesses to us durxng
o r High School llfe
We gne our best wrshes to you also
and hope th t you wlll always remem
ber the jolly cla s of rgro vshlch would
llke to meet all 1ts old frlends and
assoctates at Its reunlons to whlch It
looks forvw. ard w1th great joy
M xuomzrzrrr- ELLEN STRrPP
'Ihe Phrlomath wishes to thank the
Ixchange edltors for their krndly
CI'ltlLlSlllH and to wrsh them the best
of good luck 1n tl1e future lssues of
I HE LNIOIN SPrR1T
At a publtc school not long ago the
chlldren were tramlng for the annual
Flag Day celebratxon One boy IU
order to show good reason why he
should take a promlnent part 1n the
ceremonies sald that he had a real
gun another hada plstol another had
aflag and so on
F1 ally one tow hatred lad ol svc
came up to the teacher Please,
ma am, I has a union sult ' was the
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FOLKSONGS IVIINNESONGS AND IVIEISTERSONGS OF GERMANY
1 r111a11y 15 the co111tr1 of l 1110
most arnous for l1er fclle songs '1lCX
da e back to tl1e earl1est tllllta as l1e
first poet1c express10ns cf the people
'l l1e authors are nnlenow ll lllll. the songs
are a matter of growth ha11ng been
handed dow ll from gCUCI'3llOIl to gelltlcl
1011 IC ff 11 Ll 1 xnan
spontaneous1y s1ng a ll1LlOelX to express
11s eellngs 0fl01e, or 1el1U1o 15 f r1or,
or a11y other e1110t1o11 then others 1101 ld
take It up 11111111111 ellllOll'5 and 1111
Lllltll a perfect 1l16'lOllX had
Th1s1s the growtl1 of tl1e
Tl1ese songs were snnfr PX ery 11 here 111
tl1e field 111 the st1eets IU the tu GYI15
or 011 tl1e march Tl1e c0111111o11e t sub
e eradle solther s l1fe and de
COlll1lI'X . Although not U1l1Cl1f1YOI'Ctl by
the scholars of that t1n1e, the l1lClOtlle'w
1 re always fresh, natnr 1l and true 0
IC If r 115 reason 1111 eetnse tl
were the true, home bred sense of tl1e
people uttered s1n1ply and unpreten
t1ously they ha1ene1er been fOlg0lfHIl
but haxe lasted to tl1e present day when
they are tl1e l1lO5t popular of CJLYHVIII
student so11gs I l1e antl1ors of the 1 hureh
s011gs borrowed fro111 tl1Q1'11 tl1e1r n1et11eal
f0rn1,s1rnpl1e1ty of express10n, Blltl often
the 211t'S,VKl11Cl1 accounts fo tl1e1rres1s 1
charm of the German hymns
sually tl1e foll1 songs were snnff as
me1od1es only parts were added, but tl1e
best of them are so flell that the1 need
l l1ese songs were prese11ed 1 rtly ly
professlonal nnnstrels, 11 ho were held 111
COIl'i1ClC1'3lJlS lonor under Ch 1rles the
Great, but were afterwards lnflllel' lol r1t
ed than encouraged by tne lngher C11
l IL XX'llltlellll0' IlllllKllClS of the Age O
Lh11alr1 11110 101 ed fro111 court to court
were called NI llllfSlIlULl'S The Word
XI1nn1e has several l116Hllll1gS but the
oldest of lllelll 15 that of lxlllll re111en1
brtnce or the l01e ofa fr1e11d Host of
the NI111nes1nffers 11ere of noble faxnlly
all t1e 1e1e11111 w11te1s ofthe tlme
wrote lyr1cal poetry and It was laborl
Ol sly Cl1lllX ated also by many who cl1d
not feel equal to the task of prolonged
llltfle are t11ree epochs to LIIHUC
etr1, first allttle after IIDO 1 C
poetr1 lJC'S.Zl1lb to free ltself f 0111 CplC, the
wrne s E.XlJlL45LLl tl1en1sel1es 111 shorter
poems of tl1e1r e111ot1o11s, ldeas and be
lllafs no longer Hfltlllg the narratlve
1 ge o l111 1 ry tlllftl, w1th tl1e year
1 ,oo began tl1e deeune of tl1e n11nne
songs and the r1se of tl1e 111e1st rqongs
en t11 ated by the 1ne1ster S1IlgCI'Q It lb
hnd to tell l10w n1nehtl1e 111111116 bl1lgG"S
were mfluenced by tl1e troubadours, who
tl1r01e III tl1e Age of C,h11alr1 also, or
to 11l1at extent they drew upon the tra
fllllflllb and customs of the1r own land or
upon gGUL'llllG e1n0t1ons, but ce1ta1nly the
oldest poems tell of t111e e1cper1e1.ces
'I he greatest of tl1e NI11lll6S1IlgCI'b was
Walther X on der X offelwelde, wl1o was
born 111 the Ty rol betwee11 I163 and 1170
ofa fannly of the lower nob1l1ty After
l1e l1ad le trned tl1e art of poetry 111 Aus
tr1a, and had composed a few Mxnne
songs, l1e became a Wandermg I111I1StI'6l,
ffylllg l1lSfOI'tt1IlL III pOlltlC8l songs first
or one Slllt. Illtl then forthe other
though l1e changed partxes he neyer
ceased 111 l11s pra1se of Germany H
r11eled tl11 Jllwll France, Q1 rxnany an
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untll he had won great fame in this art
In all his travels none of the princes xx ho
patroniled hun ever Vaxe him a home
but finally the Lmperor gave him a small
fief near W'ur7burg, where he spent the
rest of his life in seclusion He was of a
more manly and independent character
than most of the other MlllllCSlllg6TS
When he believed l1e tx as right he poke
as freely against the emperor and princes
as he did about the pope and the priests
No groups of xx riters shoxxed a deeper
understanding of sadness than the great
est of the Minnesingers 'l hey had '1
certain knowledge of the brexity of human
pleasure and a feeling that corruption
lurked behind the gayest forms and the
brighest colors They moxtd in a xxorll
of imagination, shunnmg the real xxorld
yet not losing touch VVltl1 ll Frequently
there are hints of arch humor 1n their
for the vices of the time
The art of Mmne poetry was txxder
than that of the poets of the present day
because the Mlnnesingers not only vxrote
the text but also composed the music for
the songs as all thur 131 cs were intend
ed to be sung to the accompaniment of
the vlol or the harp There v as onlx one
class of poetry which had no accompani
ment, and to this belong the Spruche
or sayings ' which xx ere recited The
Mmnesingers wrote mostly 1u the Swa
bran dialect of the Middle High German
whlch xx as due to the encouragement re
cerved from the Hohenstaufer I mperors
VVh n the men of kulghtly blrth began
to neglect the xvrltxng of ly rlcpoetry and
Mlnnesmgers were no longer honored,
the art xx as cultix ated by the burghers
and craftsmen of the cures Societles were
formed by these burghers and craftsmen
for the cultixation of art1st1c poetry apart
from the folk song At that time, in the
thirteenth century there xx as a decline of
literature The princes and the emperor
paid no attention to it The masses
alone cultlx ated poetry by the folk songs
1 he poetical inheritance of the fourteenth
century whtch had belonged to the
knights passed to the middle class From
the 'Vlmnesong came the Melstersong
'1 he societies of Nieistersingers had
regular schools for the study of poetry
At the h ad of the school vsas a ' Meister
a poet who had stuoled the art Candi
dates for th school were oblxged to pass
an examination vxtthout breaking any of
the rules placed by the society upon the
art of xxrittng Success in the 'VIe1ster
song depended entirely upon the con
formxty xxith these rules After a pupil
ln the school had written an original song
wlthout infringing upon these rules he
became a NICl5lCI'blllgC!'
formally at inns PIIZCS xvere awarded
those who sang vxell but those who did
not were fined The prrzes were some
1111165 money sometimes a crowd O
caslonally a singer hung up a wreath as
'1 challenge and a reward of vlctorv
I mally it became a tustom for Meister
singers to vxear rich and gorgeous cos
The Meister song xx as always wery
mechanical and artificial not free and
spontaneous However It must not be
judged only by what was accomphshed
in the schools for many disregarded the
estabhshed rules and forms, and wrote
some of the1r best works
'lh best feature of the art 15 that it
was cultivated among the humble people
It spread the loxe ofartlstlc music among
those vxho needed a sense of form refined
the people and aroused in them a Splflt
o patrlotlsm Its influence 15 felt to this
day for the people stlll haxe the love of
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good 1Ill1SlC wh1cl1 wa f1rst awakened 111
them by the Nlexstersln ers
Fellow classmates After four years
not only of study and hard work but also
of pleasure we are here to Hlyjllf to b1d
farewell as a class to I+ran11ngl1an1 H1gh
School To the school coxnnnttee and
the 'low Il of Frarnmghafu we are llltlLlJ'
ed for thls new blllllllllg To you our
teachers we extend thanks for the 1nter
est shown 1n us durmg our whole course
here and for your PQIIQIICC lll oyerlook
mg our faults and SIIOTILOIIIIIIQBS for of
course we have not been perfect 1n all re
spects But 1U tl1efuture we shall try to
show by our good wo les our gratrtude
for the advantages recewed IH H1011
School and no matter what any pI'EXlOL15
class may have done IQIO wlll exceed 111
ey ery respect the hlghest hopes of all so
that the tune and trouble spent for xts
gne etur11s a thousand fold illlfl IQIO
shall be tl1e banner class of Idlqlllllllgll 1111
M xurow Loxe
INTERNATION AL PEACE
In lh1s age of adyancedc1y1l1f1t1on a11d
learnlng It has oecurred to many people
that It would be the be t tl11ngposs1ble to
have all the natlons of tl1e world at peace
w1th each other
As you all know ln the early ages
everythlng was settled by fightmg If
one man lnjured another man 111 any way
there was a fight to settle 1t At tl11s
t1n1e lf A murdered B lt was flfjlll and
even consxdered the duty of B s faunly to
take thelr reyenge by lsllllllgj X Soon
however the nght of plfyate yengeance
was l11n1ted and A was obl1 ed to pay a
sum of money to B s fannly lfhe n1ur
But as t1me went on the rrght of re
yenge was taken ev1t1rely out of the hands
of Bs ffznnly and the whole affur was
settled by 1 court
Thls pl Ill has been enlarged further ln
thxs country by the SSl'.1lJllSl1IHCl1t of tl1e
Supreme Court of the Ulllted States
wh1ch settles dlsputes between the dlffer
ent states Now people are wonderlng
wl1y tl11s plan can rot b enlarged stlll
further by the estabhshrnent of an Intel
nat1onal Lourt of justxce to decide ques
110115 between the d1fferent natrons of the
Tlllb would mean peace throughout the
whole world and 1n order to try a11d
brlng 71118 about co11ferences have been
held 111 many places Perhaps the most
lIDpOI't21I1l1 of these conferences are the
two Wlllell were held at The Hague ln
t1e Nethellxnds 111 IQOO and IQIO t
the first H xgue Lonference there were 26
second the number reached 41 The
seco11d lI1g,ue Lonferenee adopted a plan
for the estabhshment of a Court of Arb1
tral JUSIICL leavxng to the natrons the ad
justment by mutual negot1at1on of the
method of selectlng the judges Be rdes
these lmportant meetmgs hate been held
at Xx73ShlIlgfOll Boston and Balt1n1ore In
Now let us conslder for a moment the
klllfl of peace for XXlJlCl1 these people are
worklnff and wh1ch must be founded 111
order to do away w1th war In the first
place It must b a peace founded on yus
t1ce not 1nact1o11 1esult1ng from phy sxcal
or econonnc exhaustxon It lb a perma
nent and stable peace 1n wh1cl1 113110115
and thelr peoples u1ay do the worlds
work NXILIIOLII fear or apprehenslon of the
n1orrow 11Ot a mere truce between the
clash of arms or the lull between tl1e
storms Ill fact I thlnk that Idmund
Burke 111 111s speeeh on LOI1Clll21ll0ll
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educatio11 shall not be in vai11, but shall different nations represented, while at tl1e
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I I IIIIIUM4
a l1OUgll he yyas referring l ll.1 1
and her COlOl1l6S defines lt emetly 1yl1e11
16 says that 1 is 11ot peace gllllel
through the 111ed1u111 of yyar not peace
to be hunted through the labyrinth of 111
trlcate and endless negotiations not
peace to arise out of 11111versald'seorr1
but peace bought 111 1ts llallllll eouise
a11d 1n 1t's ord111ary ll'1lI!ll's, peace sfwnglit
111 tl1e spirit of peace a11d laid 111 pIlIlCl
ples purely pacihc
Of course, like all other questions llllS
one has two aides a11d has nrni suppc1t
ers o11 both sides 'lhere are peopl 1yl1o
wholly disagree yy1tl1 thepe'1cen1alee1s
and say that yyar 15 a r1ecess1ty, a11d that
'1 large army and nayy are a necessity
also They clairn tl1at yye 11eed yyfzrto
Cleall out tl1e population Hlltl to nialee
our men strong and vigoious and tlllt
we need a large army and 11avy to pioteet
our country I yyonder hoyy 1112115 of yo11
Do not enough people dn e1e1y XL"ll
VSlll10Lll trying to get 11el of tl1en1l1y yy ll
I5 It necesaary for UIC!! to l3LQ01llL 111c1c
tive and lazy ainiply because tl1e1e 1s no
yyar? Certainly 'No' Nlen can surely
find e111ploy111e11t yy l11cl1 yyoultl 111 e tl1e111
all the strength a11d character lllll yyai
Then there lb the expense oi leeepin f
large 31131165 a11d11ay1e:,tohe eonsnlered
It has IJCLII eatlrnated by tl1e Hon J X
Pawney tl1at the annual expendituies of
tl1e U111ted States Ifngland, Geinmny
and France O11 acco1111t of prep1rat1o11 for
war,0r 111 order that yya1 111ay be p1e
vented, are to day greatei than the an
nual expenditures of a11y one of these Il'1
tions dur111g any foreign yy ar 111 y1 l11cl1 1t
has ever engaged The annual expendi
tures ofthe I nited States alone for tl1e
rnaintenanee of an a1111y and 111yy me
over tvyo 1111111011 dollars
s fr s nic is spe
11 o 1reyen1yy11
on y a'1eneo11r1yfe111e11t 111 yy'11 ant, me
ides all tl11s11'fJ11ey ll1llSl LOIIIL f1o111the
people, yyhereas 1l there yyere unlyersal
UQQLQ thisnioney could he spe11t 111 1111
proying the COllllllleSll1Ll!lSLlXL'u
'Next theie ls tl1e L01l1lllL1LC lnetyyeen
1l1'l0Il's t1 me t1leen into aeeount Manv
111 10115 of to d y 11e lllL'llelllg f1yy'1y from
'1g11e11lt11r1 as their ll'lll0ll'1l llltlllSlfy and
me C'OllCLllll'lllll tl1e1rfo1ees1n1111n c
nies and foreign cninineiee llie l Ill
es UI e 0 t
1 tlllllX these ll'lllOIlS are at pea
yy1tl1 each other 101 as Cflaelstoiie said
tl1e hips thatp1s laetyyeen one country
ane another 'ne lik tl1e sh11ttle ofthe
looni, yyeaying 1 yyelm of coneord hetyyeen
11'1 1o11s At t11e ytry l110l11L1ll there is a
rumor of yy ar lll any of these Il 1t1ons, all
f ot 1e1s llfll lelf LNIIIIILICC i1o111
e '1 si tcm these st
nts 1t pe tc
1s llLIL e tle el11l1lren a
future ffeneration to he thoufrht of S 1all
y et ltll ron yy11 or Jeter Il
tl s Joint estent I sale 111 16
Xnierican Conference ot 18911 We yyant
l1f1ye tl1e ehildren of this eountiy e
young lllell yy l1o ue using up into places
o dlllllO1lly and inlluenee, t'ill flit yy 13
fllL true X111e111111 tl0tlllllL of pe1ce 1 S
een y ie 111e IL 1111ee o fxgre ,
s iong, 1ee nation should 1 11ot O11 t1e
lmee of arins, hut O11 tl1e foree of r1gl1t
l en t111ffht ll o11r sehools about the bat
s of na ll hut haye 11ot e
tlng It aho It ln 11l11t11t1o11s of o11r 11a
ion s tl1 el1lcl1e1 yyha
otsetll1ng111te111 tional dltlieulties Let
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l l ' 2 ' to 'Q 1 l. nd 'l'l1i.' lar c . 11111 of lney' 5 rnl in
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agree with tltose statements? ports, for they do not yy':1nt to risk their
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us teach them thu what 15 rmsonalmly
a I'lghtL0l1w bptxmen mm 'md mfm
should be made rmsoulblp mul rlghtaous
betwuu H'1IlOI1fl11l nfmon
I1 closmg Ixusm to gnc a fux morris
urltten by Gemlal Grant one of tha
most famous men the world hm LVL1
x own, xx 10 mr IL 'mm rw L 1
Y1LXVfOI' Hlllfh thn pequ rnaku-, in to
das so ardently XXOYLIIVV Hg sud
e er to the Imxersal INCH mon ln
15,9 Although cclL1Q1tLd'm4I bI'Ol1Ul1t
U a SOIQIILI, L 1' L11
ny battles as myong, CLI'f3lIl1j s
many as most people could hue been
e thnre un nun a mme nor a ca
when If H18 not 'Wy ilLS1fLl11'1I Nome just
'md falr way should bn LSt'1IJIl'sl1Ld. fm
sett UIQ fIlfxfILllll16S, 1nstUu1 of bxmgmff
umocpnt pcrsox 5 mto couihgt and thus
XS1l1llllf.UXlIlgf1'OI11 procluctlxp labor ably
mul mum who 1- Illljiifll
Sl :pct for xshlch they arg poutend
mv I look forward to 1 dm xxlxun than
wlll bn a Qourt estibllshul thu slmll bp
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III 1896 Hon Laroll IJ X11
D1reetor of the eensus s 1111 that 1f the
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rule of J'1nu'1r1 16 1148, there 11011111
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Agalll Professor 11.11115 I Moore
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were fourteen NCHIS before 1111116 11011
they l1'1dno enemy 111 e1tl1er House of
Longress, allll 11ere '1ble to get plent1
of 111o11ey for the Bureau
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a11d SIIICC lt 11'1s been extended tothe
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It11as M y 30 IQIO I 11211 French
half 110118 and Iyflllll, I Ilgllsll and ber
n1an yet to do Upon lookmg at the
clock I found to 111y 3SI0ll1'sI1IllCI1t that
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asked Itl1o11gl1tyo11v1ereoff1n space
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turned to see about t11e final arrange
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you m1ght11keto take a 111t1e outlng
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My books were soon plled llp a11d 111
tl1e1r bag for I knew that I s11o11ld do
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111 a corner, firmly grasped my ha11d
a11d 11e started I erhaps vou have
heard the old say 11155 that Tune f11es
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me along also, I do n t kno11 what you
would call lt It seemed 'ls though
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good 111116 more than a thousand Iillleb
111 forty years It 1vould have taken
anyone else fifty But let s go 111, 11e
are 11ast1ng that prec1ous con1mod1ty
nan1ed after 111e
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fulfilled She was drstrrct school ma am
rn the west In her school the youngest
was hardly two years old the oldest was
exactly nrnety three and was nraltrng up
rn her second clrrldhood for the educa
tron she had lost rn her youth
Catherrne Dunn was for many years
book keeper at the Framrnghanr C arfrge
It may also be of rnterest to know that a
certarn auto enthusrast has spent a great
deal of hrs trme there too
Ruth Davrs famous because she was
the only woman who ever won her way
to the Presrdency of the Unrted States
Beneath thrs was rnscrrbed rn smatl let
ers on the bronze thrs sentence Who
could but vote for such a Murray
heart P '
Around her were grouped the statues
of the members of her cabrnet
The Secretary of the Interror was our
old frrend Marguerite Strrpp Her
dutres as secretary of the Llass of IQIO
had fitted her for the posrtrorr
Edward Ambrose was the Secretary of
'Xgrrculture He had trarned hrmself
and been trarned by hrs father before
hrm for thrs posrtron ever srnce he had
been strong enough to carry a hoe
Lrllrarr Hamrlton Consrder the
Lrlres how they grow they torl not
nerther do they sprrr and yet even Solo
nron rn all hrs glorres was not arrayed
lrke thrs of ours
Lulre Gurld A nurse w ho spent her
trme nursrng her arrrbrtrons rn a hosprtal
erected by the Class of ro for rts de
mented members L t rt lr re be sa d
that she was never rdle for .1 srngle
Kenneth Boynton was the nrost fam
ous mathematrcran of the world and rt
rs agreed by all those who have been
connected wrth hrm that he was well
equrpped wrth strarght edges and angle
'Vlary McSweerry sad to relate,
taken wrth a bad cas of nerves
years she was an rrrvalrd a ci r
durrng thrs perrod that she wrote er
well known essay If you wrsh for any
tlrrng rn thrs world you must ask
Allan Robertson was a collector of
precrons stones and rn the year I937 he
added what he consrdered the gem of
hrs collectron and strange to say he
found rt rrght here rn South Frammg
ham on Dennrson Avenue
Anna Krugman Her Bent was hrs
tory She w rote many volumes brrt con
srdered her masterprece The Conquest
Roland Huestorr expert prarrrst and
presrderrt of the Joln Hancock Lrfe
Insurance Co He cornbrned hrs rnusrc
wrth busrness for when hrs pnprls rn
rnusrc were about to grye a mzzszcale they
thought rt best to take out pollcres
Harland Brown graduate of Trrfts
He contrrrrred hrs strrdres 'rt the Harvard
Nledrtfrl School where he became a dret
rcr'1n Hrs first practrce w as behrnd the
house where he drssected cord wood
under the srrperv rsron of Dot
I rrrma Lastrnarr She drd w hat trll
her trrrre was thought rnrpossrble wrth
rousrng poerrrs of w ar and love she
w alsed the sleeprng natrv es of the town
Ruth X ollrrrer She was a great
lover of lrterature especrally pastoral
poetry lherefore rt does not seem
strange to learn that a Shepard haslong
srrrce gathered her to hrs fold
On a srrrgle pedestal appeared the
statues of Iessre Trrttle and Davrd Cole
rnan He was Speaker of the House
for rnanv vefrrs Hrs oratrons have long
srnu. been placed among the classlcs
But there was one speech hrs nraster
prece that has not been publrshed It
w as short and sweet and Jessre answered
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Iaurcnte Lhancllcr He stalted 111
IJUSIIICSEQ 11nder tl1e 1111116 of Chandler A
Co Tallors He PILSSCLI o11e su1t Ylllll
such success that l1e took a l1fe partner
1nt0 tl1e firm Wllltll ber.a111e Lhandlcr
Dr Aafon I Platt '1lf3111O11S s11r
geo11 Thexe are I1lO111l111C11tS to lI1S sk1ll
1n ey ery cemetery
I Slbley Lexus, an a11to fa11c1er
When l1e was represcntatlve forthe town
he p11t through a much needed nnproxe
ment a state road f1on1 South Franung
llalll to S21kO11VlllC It lb needless to
add tl1at llc 11 as one of those wl1o bene
htted by tlllS change
I lllnlljtlll I 1ghtbody vs 'ls '1 tr11e
farmer I F0111 earllcst ch1ldhood sl1e
nas l1lCll1l6d toward t111s Joy At fi1st
was ha1d and rough but 'lt last sl1e suc
ceeded 111 cult1vat1ng I r'1tt
Rutl1 Lamson She was '1 llll1SlCl'l11
a11d composer She composed a yy eddlng
11l3.fCl1 to tl1e tune 11 lnth she Hllll 1118115
another I11Cl11lJCI' of the class approached
The last bust 111 tl1e l1all was tl1at of
Bernard Avery The 1IlSCI'lptlOI1 read
Bernard Avery famous for h1s essay
Clltltled The PObSlblllt1Cb of Future I111
proyement ln tl1e F1an11ngha1n Barge
These haxc SIIICQ bCC011lC reahtles It lb
tl1e healty yush of all that knew Illlll
that he lllay find tl1e path 111 tl1e xx o11d to
come as Plefisant 'ls the street l1e trod 011
Just then Father 111116 tapped IDE 011
tl1e shoulder Bed tune V l1e sald
I was agaln wlth my books IIIX
French st1ll half dOl1C and I 'ltlll Lng
hsh and Cferman ye' to do
VV11 IIS A1131 111 hmm sm xx JR
311165 NIcl'l1e1s0n class of 06 has
graduated II'Oll1 Dartn1onth
L3lOll 'VIerr1an1 ex IO 1ecently sa1lLd
for I urope He xx1ll 11s1t 'Nlaples and
ROIIIC a11d xylll 11 ltllf:'SS the PHSSIOII Play
Llarence Bates O7 has sex ered Ill?
connect1o11s NY1tl1 tl1e C oodr1ch 'I 1re Lo
a11d 15 non employ ed 111 0116 of tl1e offices
of the Dennlson Manufactnrmg Co
W1ll1an1 Johnson class of 06 has
completed l11s course of st11dy at Amherst
George Butteux ortl1 06 has sa1led for
Holland where he vwlll buy stock for hls
father s greenhouses VVhen Mr But
texuorth lLtllI'1l's he xx1ll have lllalle SIX
IIIPS across the 11 ater
IVIHYIOII Wallace ex O9 has rcslgned
pl10ne ofiitc to accept a Sllllllal' one at
Northfield Hotel Northfield
Bradford Patch 06 has graduated
r 111 VH l
Wllllalll Stalker ex 06 xx l1o graduat
ed from tl1e Hary ard Qchool of Forestry
1n June has accepted '1 pos1t1on Vlltll tl1e
Lonnect1cut Lumber C0 1n New Ha111p
1,3ulM6ff181ll ut 06 recently gradu
ated from Harw ard 111th l1onor
Hazel Chandler ex 08 l1as graduated
from Dean Acadeny
Lleanor Hor11e 06 has co111plete1lfou1
years of Splelldld work at VVellesley
C ladys Bates xx ho l1as been play lllg 111
tl1e PI'l11CL'ub afte111o0ns and 111 Boston
CNCIllllgS has gone to Northan1pton where
bl1LlS Stlldlllfb to be 'Ill 111stru1tress of
n1us1c at tl1e I11StltLltC of MllblC Peda
James I yerett 06 has completed l11s
co11rse at ID2.I'tIllOl1tl1
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contests All the old r11altea'11s were
downed at least OIILC 111th the excel tl0Il
of Hudson Hrgh l1lCll prox ed the I4 H
S team s master The season ooened at
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Frammgham Hrgh 8 Marlboro 4
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test was qulte a surprrse as tl11s 11 as tl1e
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Marlboro for sexeral 5ears
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grounds 111 a fast a11d 1I1lC1'E'ullllg game,
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battle The game was played on athletlc
field 1n Pranklln Dean had F H S
shut out, 2 to o up to the e1g11t when the
1 1s1tors scored 2 uns and repeated 1n the
llllllll ow111g to the poor f1eld1ng of Dean s
team Harney and Fman s playlng
featured the F H S team work
Agaln H11dson Hlgh showed they were
n1asters of t11e Fram1ngham H1gh nlne
w hen on May 24 they defeated the F H
S boys on the1r home grounds by the
score of 2 to o Nlchols p1tch1ng for
I H S st11k1ngout,featured the game
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Frammgham Vrctor Over Natrck H S
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pltchlng rather oyershedowed Mahan s,
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Game not Fmnshcd
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ra1n The score stood roto 6 111 favor of
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F H Q easrly defeated Wayland
H1 h s nlne by the score of II to 1
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venth when the XR ayland boxman was
unable to locate the plate Borden s
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ney were features of tl1e contest
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hatrck Hrgh sought reyenge for
thelr first defeat and on May 30 applr
ed a good coat of kalsomme at Sunny
side Park The score was 9 to o and
was a poor E5Xll1lJltlO11 of ball playrng
at least on the F H S srde
Wayland Trounced Again
In the return game at Wa lard the
F H 9 team soundly trounted the
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F H S Cleans up Another Series
In the second gam of the serres
Framrngham Hrgh s nrne won from
Milford Hrgh 4 to 2 The game w as
fast from start to finlsh the I' H S
fallmg to score untll the mnth when
hlts by Hall Bullard and Harney a1d
ed by Newcomb s hrgh throw over first
and Borden s sacrrfice netted four runs
and put the Game on rce
Marlboro Awarded Game
Clarmlng that the rmplre had called
a ball foul w hrch should have been
farr I'I2.II1lllgl13l11 H gl1 left he
field and the urnprre awarded the
game to Marlboro 9 to o Framrngham
was at bat IU the seventh rnnrng wrth
two out and a man on second Hol
brook, catcher hlt a ball 1nto th1rd
base territory and the umpxre promptly
called foul Prlnclpal Geo A Norms
of Marlboro Hrgh adv sed the home
mne to concede the pornt to the vrsrtors
but no agreement could be reached
Wendell Acad 5 S
In the last home game ot the year
laramrngham Iilgll was defeated by
'XX endell Ac ademy of Lan brrd e -, to .t
'I he game was a Qtlffllly., contest and
IO rnnlngs were played before the score
was settled 'Xl 1th the score 4 to 0
arn t P H S ln the ntnth Bula
led off Vlllll a srngle and took second
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a fielder s chotce Bullard bemg tagged
at th1rd Stowers srnoled 'VIcCann
cormfr from first and the batter taklng
econd on the throw to the plate On
Holbrook s srn le Stowers reached
th1rd ard Holbrook second Whrte was
sent to l rt for Harney and was hrt
Vl 1th the bases full hrts by Hueston
brook ty lng the score Hubbard then
entered the box and Hall was tl1e th1rd
out Mcbann s scorlng from first w as
the fe lture of the game
The annual meetlng for tl1e election
or ofifie rs of the Athletre Assocratlon
was held n room IO The followrng
officers and managers of teams were
I ICQ I l'LSlClCIlt Lew 1s
Manager of Base ball
Manager of lhsket ball Farr
Manager of Hockey Whlte I3
Manager of Foot ball
The followrng are tl1 captatns of the
teams for the school vear to 1 1
Base ball Nichols
Basket ball Hall
Foot ball To be elected
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Complete Lme of Balls Bats, Gloves Nhtts
Protectons Shoes Tennls and
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SCICDIIEC and pract1,cal trammg III all processes or textlle manufacture mcludmg all COTl1l'UCI'ClRl libres
Complete Courses m Cotton Manulacturmg Wool Manulacturmg 'Iexule Desxgnmg Chcmlstry and
Dvemg Textlle Engmeerm Courses include IIISIYLJCIIOII tn Mechamsm Meehamcal Drawing Mathe
matxes Physlcs Lhenustry Steam alcl Eleetrlcal Englneermg Language and Decoratlve Art
New and torrplete equipment tor maclune shop prattlce and englneerlng laboratory
Iheory sut plemented by thorough practlcal mstructlon m machme rooms and laboratories
Graduates ot hxgh schools and aeademxes admltted wlth cert1Fcate Graduates of colleges and
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Fon CATALOGUE ADDRESS
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REAL ESTATE AGLNT
Manson Bulldnng South Framingham
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Ice Cream Wholesale and Retaxl
5x Hollls Street
3 1barrQ wales
Agent for Ess tee Dee UNION SHOP
MERRIAM HOOPER 84 HILTON
99 State Street Boston
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For Ice Cream and Home Made Candy
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ELITE SHOES for Men
LA FRANCE SHOES for Women and
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FOLEY HARDWARE CO
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Member ofBu1lders' Exchange
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CONTRACTOR Fon SLATE, METAL un GRAVEL
Llght and Heavy 'leannng
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Tel Connectxon South Frammgham
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