Freeport High School - Clarion Yearbook (Freeport, ME)
- Class of 1928
Page 1 of 98
Pages 6 - 7
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Pages 8 - 9
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Text from Pages 1 - 98 of the 1928 volume:
liuhliahrh hg Ihr
Ilirvrpnrt High Srhnul
Editor-in-chief . .
Athletics . . .
Comics . .
Calendar. . .
Exchanges . . .
Statistics. . .
Alumni . . .
The Freeport Press
. . . .Doris Hatch
. . .Florence Brett
. . .Willis Randall
. . . . .Julius Soule
' ' ' Irene Cushing
' Harry Britt
' ' 'Martha Lund
. . . .Velma Ayer
. . .Laura Shorey
Mr. Deane S. Peacock, Principal
Miss Margaret Ashworth
Miss Clara Williams
Miss Geneva Little
Miss Thecla Ray
Mr. Carl Jensen
Mr. Nathan C. True, Chairman
Mr. Homer C. Weston
Mr. Alvah Tuttle
Mr. Ralph G. Oalces
Willis Randall .......,................ President
Ralph Winslow .... ..... V ice-President
Doris Hatch ..... ..... T reasurer
Gladys Oliver . . ..... Secretary
QS Gontents 226
Calendar ..... .... .... P a ge 7
Editorials .... " I I
Literary ...... " I5
Senior Section . . " 33
Athletics ..... " 4I
jokes .... " 46
Exchanges . . . " 56
Alumni .... " 58
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I' "All" Vlellgll' 'I
WE, THE CLASS OF l928, gratefully
dedicate this Clarion to Mrs Emma Stoddard
Anderson, a teacher of music in the public
schools of Freeport for many years.
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lst p1'izn-fI,1111is1- Uuiildg 21111 lll'iZCfAiiK'0 l,yCl' 111111
011111111111-1: for -l1111i111' l'1'11111. 111111-ts.
First fI'2li'ii 11111111 I11'11vfin'c is in-l1l.
-l1111i111' l'1'11111. is 111-lei ill 'I'11w11 Hull.
YOl"X'g001i 11ttv111l11111-1- illlli Rl V1-ry gmul ti1111-.
C'1,.x1:111Ns 'ijtbl' 12127 111-0 mit.
Hung Mr. l,il1'ii2ll'4i Rl KI11'vl111skr'f.
Sc-1111111 11211128 il d1111l1l0 Nl2l'ViI2lSk4'f 111 Miss l,ittl1- illlll Miss
N11 S1-l11141lf M0111111'i11l Uzly.
I'iYl'l',X' Iiitlv 1'111'11fi1111 111-lps.
Svlinnl l11111gs Miss .Xsl1w111'tl1 il M11'x'l111sli01.
Mr. l,l'2l4'4ll'ii 1111111-s 111 s1fl11111l with 21 111111111 1-vm-. Wm- w11111l1'1'
wl111f ilil 1 11-111-ml tu H10 11H11'1' fallow.
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It ll. S. lmlrls its illlllllili P11-N UQIVX' 11111l 1 iillll l311k1- 111
l3111'1'11l11111'm-1110 I'iXl'l't'iSl'S 111 liuptist i'l1111'mfl1 1'11111l111-tml by
HOV. Nlr. IIZIZUHOII. Svl11111l 11111-11ds.
l"i1111l l'X2l1llS start.
l"i1111l 1111-1't'i11g 111' sc'i11111l l101'111'm- S11111111111' V111-11ti1111. Sr'11i111'
lim-vc-pti1111 Zllld l,2lIlK'l'.
Sn 1' 'i' 14: n inn:
Svhool opvns. Mr. Cari Jcnsoii of Wosthrook as Manual
Traiiiiiiig T02lCilC'1' rcphn-vs Mr. Pzlffkulul in the Facility.
Fiwsliios zlro pzulclh-d. Mr. IJC1l00i'k forhifls the uso of
-143 Hum- lfrcshia-s voiitinnailly. Maki- thcin do 1'idic:n1ons
Fivsliiiiziii liecm-ption. 'QX good tinio enjoyed by ull."
Unigratuhitioiis to tha- Sophies on their soviai liiaiiageiriciit.
fi2llll0l'i1 rc-volts at zippczirzuicc of F. II. S. N0 picturos
Sophoinores hohl thvir vlziss rifle at 2.310 l'. M. A g'r0ut
SlIt't'f'SS in spitc- of hcing' chihhm-ri tho Old Maiid's I'ic'niff.
Soniors go to llrnnswic-k to have their pivturc-s taken. No
No scliool-m'l'opsl1a1n Fair.
Juniors win the SCII1i-21111111111 drivv for .Xsscinhly dues.
Ponnoil heats F. H. S., IT-238, in ai cross 4-onntry micv.
A ruprcsoiltzitivo of tho Vnrtis Publishing OOIIIIJEIIIIV starts
an 4lrivo for inaguzinc snhsc'riptions.
Senior Ilziy: 'l'h4- hoys hiossoni forth in dcrhics. 1-am-s
and fliiify tis-s, tht- girls och-hriito with our rings and tur-
I". H. S. defvuts ciilpl' Hlixziln-tl: in an vross-vouiitr-v run,
-28 Nosvhool. 'l'cz1c'i1c'i's' Vonvcntion.
A new lI1UlI1iIC1' on our faculty. Mrs. Ilinn of lirunswiuk
is to snhstitntc for 'Miss Ashworth for at pt-rioil of two
Haiti Storm. No Svhool. Thrcv t'ill'l'l'S for thi- Wc'aitl1c-1'-
Unch-r tho .Xnspivcs of tht- l'ai1'c11t-'l'e:1c'ln-1's' .Xssouizition
an Gvoniiig session of svhool is held so that the pam-rits nmy
get :in itloai oi' tho hriiliaiiivc for hu-k of iti of thc-ir ott-
U. I IJQN ll. I I5
ll lX1'IlllSfll50 lJil'Y is 4'0l1'lll'11tl'1l by flld l.l-gioll il1'1lSS-fltbllllillv'
I':2lCC. 'l'lll- C1117 is won by KF. ll. S.
23 0. G. i'llzltfcrl'tull 11-pl'0s1.-llfillgg tllc- flI'0Wl'll l,llllllSlllllg Fu.,
girl-s illl lllfCl'CSfl1lg flllk ln.-ful'c tlll' sclluol.
25 vllllll1ll'S givl- il 'llllilllliSglVlllg' llzlll :ll flu' 'll0VVll llzlll.
243 i'l'nss-l'olllltl'.v ilillillll gm-s to lil'llllSVVll'k ru visit Mfr.
29 l,K'l'S0ll2ll l'1'NV2ll'llS :irc plw-srllltl-ll fo fllc pupils who llzwl-
SC1'll1'Cd SllllSt'l'lpfl01lS for fllll fllll'flS l,lIllllSlllllg Cn. Wlil-
liulll .Xlll-ll zlllll XYl1llfl'l'1l Alll'll Tillllillll lirst and SOCO1l1l
l'l-spun-fivl-llv. ill flll- llllllllwl' sl-l-lll-ml. -
l Svlllml ll2lS llli'Tlll't' l2llil'll. Vlllllj i'ilIllUl'2l nluvs not llallli.
2 Girls' llzlskl-flulll svllsull stzlrfs.
S f'1'oss-Cllllllltljx' lCl'l'l'l'S zlwzll-llcll,
9 Sl,-llinrs put ml llll 2lSS0llllll,V 1ll'UgI'illll. 'l'upiv: "l"l'ccpul't."
12 Sl-llinl' Illi'tllI'0S ?ll'I'lVC.
lil-14 SC'lllUl'S zlrl- llllllSlIilll'X' lblli-XIX' llalvillg their lilUflll'0S autu-
Ili Si'lll0l' vlllss lllzlllalgvs El f'lll'istlllzls frm- :lllcl slwiall for
163-27 .X lil-ivf lll'C'ill'lllllg' spell. Nu Si'llUlll"ic.lll'lSflll2lS Xv2ll'2l'
27 Scllool opens for Mill-willtvr f01'lIl. Silllfil lllalls lllllst
l12lVl' lN'l'll ull llis juli---lltbll Fil-Ill l'illll0 fu svllnol WO2ll'lllQl
1.1-up 'Vl'ill', Girls! l l
20 Svllilll' l'l:l.v, Llvlll-ll an l"1-llcl' Nvmls il l'l1'lUllll,u plvselltwl
at N0l'lllt'2l, H. li. U.
Il Boys Qlltcllllill girls alt il Sol-iall.
flil'lsll1'l'c-all ll0.X'H ill spflllillg lllzllcll.
IU .X ralllilm is illstallll-ll so fllilf wc- l!t'lll' Rl lJl'0gl'2lll1 of lllllbllk'
111'11z11l1'-1wf1-11 111' 1110 New xflI'li iNv11111l11111'x' 1,l'1'l11'S11'21.
We are 1l11izz1111 1111 1111- r111li11 pr1'1g1'11111.
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Nlrs. lCvz1 1'i11w1l1'11 girv illl i1111'1'1-s1i11g' 1ll'l'131111t 111 1111 1111
111 l1'rz1111-13s 111. Will11r1l. 'l'l11'Kx' 'f'-
1111b1111 1111: s1'111111l 111111 1
lll1'f1ll'l'111' M1ssX11ll111'11. E
Bliss 1.111111 is Q1V1'll 2111 111111111'111',x's1-111 111-si1l1- Xliss .Xsln 1 11
111 l'lllg'llSlI Vlzlss.
Sl'll101'S l111v11 K'1l1ll'Q'1' 111: 1111- 1'll'1Lli1'V 1,l'l1Ql'2l1ll. llvv.
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Tug llay-N135 l'l'2ll1Z1111.
l121Skl'fl11ll1 girls l1z1v11 lllK'1l1l'1'S 111111211 111 l1l'llllSW11'1i.
Ilf1'X'S give r1111'11l11'rs111-i:1l 111 girls.
l'. 11. S. Sl'1l1lS 1-13111 1l1'l1'g'11111s 111 11111 1. Xl. f'. X. 111111111
CIIUC Slf l'llllSXVlK'li.
March, March, buds O11 the 12ll'i'11,
Boughs of the poplar swinging!
Spring, Spring, hear the bells ring,
Glad is the news they are bringing.
March, March, under the arch
Of a bending sky. cloud-cast!
Spring, Spring, nieinories bring
Of days that have long since gone past.
March, March, hark to the lark,
Singing her loud refrain!
S111111 it Will be suxnnlerg
And then there will be rumors
Of the reaping of the grain.
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ll 1-. ilu- sflulm-nfs ul l'i'r-4-luii't lligli N-luml, xxisli to UXIIHNN
mu' g'l'2lfll'll1li' to tlu- vilim-ns ul l'i'i-4-pmt lm' tlu-ii' wa-:vpn-i'zl
wifli Ulll' svluml.
NM- grf-zlrly 2llllll'l'4'lZlll'Ql tlu- 2llllPl'liIJl'l2lllllllS nf mu llllllllllll
ilullurs in 1927 zuul ilgillll in 11325. 'l'lu-sv Zll5lllUpl'l2llI4bllN ll
flllt'l'fl our Q-xpc-im-s fin' ilu- iw-nt ul' tlu- gyiiiimsiiiini ll1'2ll'l.X' 1
lizlll mul ww- us tliaut llllIK'll xiunu-x' lwimitr-1'i:1ls iu-1-llc-il lui um
We clf-sirv tw tluiuli ilu- lu-uplv lm- tlu-ir lilu-rzilitx nu mu
iuimml Tug' llziuv. llll tlmr ilaiy uuirr- flmii six lHllltll'Cil .uul
fifty rugs wc-11-snlil, mziliiug our 11-vm-ipis fm-1' sixty-live eloll.
llu- pzilrmizigc- :it our lmslu-tlmll gzmu-s was glwiff-flillx' .u
1-1-lm-cl to lu-ll- nu-1-f flu- 1'Vi'l"lH'K'Sl'Ill qiu-stum ol llllilllt'
Wi' luipctlu-1-ufulu-lwiliuli will vuiiliiiiu- in llu- l'lll'lll'i' so flu.
nm' atlilf-fic' lJl'tlQl'2lIll lll:l'X' gin- iiuwr- pupils il f'll2ll1K'f' to pznfui
pam- in smiu- spurt.
who 115 Being Gibeateb?
'l'lu- vorln "fo 4-limit" us llc-liiu-cl in flic dim-fioiiziijv 1111111118 lo
mlm-vm-ivc nnrl to llU'l:1'2lllLl.
ls if flic fcau-lu-1' or flu- pupil who is lu-ing 1-lu-:iff-fl?
Pupils who copy flu-ir n0iglilno1"s work in nn cxauninnfion or
wrifc- on flu-ii' lrooks are frying to flu-1-1-iw sonu-oiu-. ,ls if flu-
insfriu-fo1' or lllClllS0lYK'S? Tlielv fliinli if is flu- insfriu-for, lvuf
fliey are really c-heating fliciiisc-lvf-s in work fluit will lu- iu-c-fled
Pupils wlxo stay :if lionu- uf flu- sliglm-sf L-xc-uso niul play
frunnf nu- mlcpriving only flu-nism-lvl-s of nn f'1llli'2ll'l0Il, 'l'lu-ii'
niofivm- is fo mlm-1-4-iw flu- ll'2l1'lll'l'. lmuf if is :in llfl'i'l' fziilurr- lu-1-nllso
flic insfrlu-for is nof flu- losm-in Xlnnlx' luring of flu-ii' 4l0r-4-pfion,
:uul of flu-ii' -urnffiiu-ss in not lmcing Villlgllf. liuf inosf of flu: time
flu-'v uri- dccoiving only flu-nisclvcs. 'l'l1c rm-nson flu-Iv nu- nof
vaniglif is lK'C'2lllS0 flu- fm-zu-lu-1' is firm-fl of rcprinunuling znul flu:-
viflos fo lm-f flu- pupil sliiff fUl'lll1llSCll:2lll1l fillif'fllCl'0llSOllll01lf'CS.
l.:iff-1' on when flu- pupils am- losing- positions or failing to
sf-0111-9 flu-ni, tlu-lv will l'.f'l'VC1lfl'Y wisli they luul lu-cdcfl goofl
zulvic-0 i11 sc-hool.
'llllI'1l.XlA lllxonosi-1. 725.
El School Jfavorite
A school fzlvorifc is ai pc-rson ol' an wi-ll-lmlniu-1-cl naifurcg lu-
is of quick l'Cl1lllUl'2l1llCllf-+Sl0Vl' fo get nuul niul quick to forgive:
lic luis ai lu-1-n sc-nso of jusfim-1-Q lu- is nlwzilvs rozulix' fo fight for
flu- XVCilliK'1' sirlf- znul is ff-me-fl ln' 1 1-owaml. AX sm-liool fuvorifc
allways luis ai Sllllllf nnel il few l'llC'0lll'2lQlllQ words for flu! clown-
lu-urff-il znul is willing fo lu-lp. :ulvism-, oi' light for liis frif-iuls.
Ili- 2llVVilp'S liglifs in flu- opr-n. lf. for unix' rc-zison, lu- luis il
Q1'llClQ'l' against ivoll, lu- 1-onu-s riglif To you znul folls you anul if
lu- is in flu- wrong: lu- lllllll0lllill0l'Y upologim-s. Hi- is zi good
llll-l'0lIll1l aflilvff- :nul n goofl lost-rg in viuforyv lic no-vcr gefs
"swf-ll llCilllL'1l-.1 in fll'l'l'2ll lu- ll1'Yl'l' losus liis fllQ'llll'VZ il' ai inmi
nialkm-s :1 lwzul inisfnlu- lu- pnfs liini on flu- lmzu-li :nul gives liini n
word of encourngeinentg he is im-linefl to look on the happy side
of life, hnt is capable of taking things seriously and clecifling
nmtters for the inntnnl henotit of all eoneerned: he looks at
things from every :angle before nmkine' ai cleeision. He is well
up in l1is studies, :intl is zietive in elnss nnml school zu-tivities. ln
general, he is nlwuys reznly to ent. tight, gossip, or stnfly.
AR'l'IlIlR lVI'l1.r.m:, '2S.
El IDIQH fOl' UQIIIUS
lioselmll annl t1'm-lc, the spring sports of I". ll. S. are limitecl
to il very small pervoiitnge ot' the sc-hool. llnselmll takes those
hoys that are "horn lmll players." 'l'ruc-lc takes hoys that have
the physique :incl stnniina to stunml the grin-lling training and
raves. Only :llmont halt ot' the hoys in sehool are Hitt-tl for
these f0tllllS. 'l'l1zlti inezlns that nlnont seventy-tive percent of our
sr-hool lmve no sport in whieh they halve il vlmm-e to pzwtieipzlte.
ls there at sport for this 7526! 'lllll'l'i' ore sports for every
one :incl every type. lint xvhim-h one is ln-st sniteml for our school ?
It must he one in whieh hotll lnoys anal girls Pilll engage. lt
ought to he one thot nnlny other schools have so that there nmy
he ontsitle 1-onipc-tition, :Intl it nnist not he too expensive.
What is that sport! Tennis, of eonrse. Boys and girls may
play it nnml it 1-1-qniiw-s enough sc-ienee mul energy to nmke it zx
sport worthy of one's very ln-st. Tennis is very seientitie, :Intl
to he ai good player one nnist proc-tic-0 und prar-tive and przletive.
Tennis, plnyeml at its hest pare. requires an fleeent amount of
training. lt is very luenetim-iul. therefore. in more ways than
'l'ennis is one of the nnljor sports in many of the sc-hools of
flllllllll'l'l2lllll Uonnty and the Clonnty fl0llf01'0l10C has olgfzillized
:1 Tennis l,eng'ne so thot there shonlrl he plonty ot' ontsicle
Our sehool, with the help of the citizens of Freeport, macle
un excellent tennis eonrt lost spring antl with the one hnnclrefl
flollzlrs appropriated this year we can put this eourt into exevl-
lent oontlition :intl possilmly eonstrnet another.
Tllla' fflnfl RION
'l'eunis is veruv inexpensive. lt is not necessary to have uni-
forms or a great fleal of equipment. Good halls will last all of
the spring: season. One may huy a good tennis racket for as
little as three dollars. Of course, one lflilf' pay more, hut
except for the cliiterence in longevity and tinish I doubt if ama-
teurs eau tell the flitterenee. The court ought to have a lwaek
stop hut they are not too expensive, and onee huilt will last in-
mleiinitely it' given good eare. 'llennis is very inexpensive when
eoinparecl with the other spring sports-lmasehall anrl trael-1. lt
answers the requirements anml overcomes all the ohjeetious im-
posell upon it so---f'let there he tennis."
Wiimis S. R.xNpAi,r,. '28
WHEN YOI' AND I WERE YOVNG
I wandered today to the school, Freshie,
To watch the scene below,
The school and the weedy old yard, Freshie,
NVhere we hazed you years ago.
The paint is gone from the school, Freshie,
Where bits of dust always clungg
The school flag is waving still, Freshie,
As it did when we were young.
Freeport is silent and lone, Freshie,
Where the young and the gay and the best,
In a large brown building of wood, Freshie,
Once found a place not of rest.
A place where we all used to play, Freshie,
And join in the songs that were sung:
For we sang just as gay as they, Freshie,
When you and I were young.
Now we are feeble with age, Freshie,
Our steps less sprightly than then:
Our faces are wrinkled and worn, Freshie,
As I think of those days now and then.
They say we are aged and gray, Freshie,
The trials of life nearly done,
Let us sing of the days that are gone, Freshie,
When you and I were young.
D. E. HATCH, '28.
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School Spirit 'wins the flbeet
"Aw, flmf si-liuol spirit sfnll' is :ill l11111li," 1-xvlziiliurfl Vll0lll
Vnsfvi' 1lisg'1lsfwll'1'. "'l'l1:1f's alll vnu fi-llmvs failli Illlillll' is svlimvl
"lim, 'l'11111," zirgiivfl luis 1-1111111i11:1fv, .lim lzilllfllblllll. 'Vllllillli
XX'll1lf3lgiNNl llllllg' if will lw 'f'u1'1'l1:- svlnml. lf wc' Will fliv IIIOOT
:mil flu-1'l11111111i1i11f:l1i11mp if will 111:1li11 flu- svlimsl f:11111111s,"
"You 1111111I11-Iii-vvI111Il'11l'wl111tyo11 2ll'l' i2l'VlllQ'. Wlmf 1'2lIl :1
fm-llnw 1'1111 fm' :111,vw:1.1' vxvr-pf fm' flw lillll ol' if 111111 fo iimliv liim-
svlf' popiilzirf Wlmf 4lil'l'4-1'c'11f'0 clucs if lllillil' fo IIS wllr-flu-1' flu'
svlioul wins or not :as lung us wi' clo wvll Ulll'S0lVCS Y"
F111-1111-1'vm1vr11's11fim1 was fin' flw Tllllf' l'bI'I'Vf'llff'Il lmy flu- ring-
ing' of flu- lwll for 1-lmpol.
'l'11m was 1111 flw frm-li filillll for llniif-111-lc lnsfifufs- :mil sn was
Jim. 'lllllll was H2llll'43l'liiS only sfzlr in lllfl 500-'vz11'fl l'2Ii'l', 111111
.lim was l'lll'l'l'l'4l fm' flu- 100-'x':11'1l flnsli. rllillll was lmy 11:1f111'v ll
l'll1llli'l' with gm-at Sfl'l'l1Q,'l'll :mil good NVll1ll.
'lllmf 2l'iiff'l'llU011 uf p1'11f'fiv0 illlblll. as llillill, p1'a11'ficO1l lazily
:mil wiflmuf iiifvrr-sf, paying lifflv flffixllflflll fo flu- miggvsfifwils
of flio 1-ozwli.
'l'l1v nivvf was sc-liccllllwl for noxf SIlflll'llfl,V illlll 011 flw 110Xf
clay flu- fv11111 was fo 2lfi'9lld fliff lzisf aurl mosf i111po1'fa111f practice.
Tcnli fziilvml fo 1111101-f lmf wO11f flown fo flip village z111fl affviiflvfl
ll iimving' pi0flU'0 show.
Tll If KTLA TBION
That owning Jim askocl hiin whore het was and why ho wasnit
at p1'ac'tic1-. "Oh, whats tho uso of killing yourself by practi-
cing' on a hot wlay liko this? l,'ll run just as woll as I had run
all tho aftornoon ancl probably' bottor because it's bail for any-
body to run too niuvh on a hot day. liosidos, they had a rval
good pivturc- flown town, ono that l'vo wanted to soo for a long
'4lVoll, that's all right, but 'llll bot you will get liioked ott tho
tm-am for missing' that important prac-tivo. lf 'l werc- ooaoli you
Good runnors worn scarvr- at Haiimwk and tlic-ro was no ouo
but Toni who 1-oulil run a llllll1l1'0Cl-'V2ll'1l ram- as it shoulcl he run,
so hc' was allowcml to stay on tho tc-ani, uot. howovor, without a
sow-ro Gall-flown from the coaoh.
Noxt Saturday was thc- big clay of tho yoar for llauc-oc'lc.
Thou tho big' ll1CC'f was Won by tho school with tho most points,
those points living rovlconc-rl as was tho custom from tho sm-orvs
of the iuiliviflual ovr-nts.
Tho invvt startofl with tho fifty-yarml flash. Klc-.lynn won
this, 5 to 2. Noxt was tho running ln-oafl jump. 'Xlc:Xyno also
wo11 this, 7 to Jr, making tho svoro 12 to li. Nt-xt 0111110 tho 100-
yarrl dash. llanc-or-li 4-asily won this, ii to 2. with .lim Ran-
ilolph way out in front. loworiupg Nlvzlynois load to KloAyno. 14,
The nu-vt 4-ontinuml with McAyno's loail gradually increasing
until with only two ovonts left, tho svoro was M0.Xvue, 42, Han-
cock, 36. Apparontly Hanvock's vlnaiivos were gone, for tho
noxt vontost was tho 'llisous Throw. This harl always boon a
wvak point for llaiwovlc. 'llho other ovout-tho big ono of tho
iluy-was thc- singlo man 500-yard rave, with the winnvr gain-
ing 10 points auil tho losf-r 5. llan0o0k's only niau for this
rave was rllfllll Vostor. and hc- was so unrloponclablo. llauoocek
must win both of thoso to win tho inf-Ot. With groat oxortion
llunhani ot' llaucfocflc out-throw tho Klc-Ayiio man by 11 inchos
in tho disvus throw, raising' tho sr-oro to: lllcfAynv 47, llan-
'l'hon oanw tho 500-yarfl ravv. tho llc-1-irling ono ot tho moot.
ln this Nc-Ayiio c-ntc1'c-cl a tall, muscular runner, Hvlulfwsoii,
and of courso -Tim was ontorod for Hancock.
livcryono was tonso with oxcitoniont. All know that Tom
could win if hc really tried but they weren't sure he would try.
From the beginning Henderson had been ahead, with Tom ten
paces behind. As Tom ran he felt a pain and cramp in his
stomach, probably caused by eating forbidden candy that fore-
noon, although he always argued that eating candy never would
hurt him and if it did it would be his own loss. "How hot it
isv he thought as he followed Henderson around the track. He
fell back still further. He heard howls of despair from the
Hancock portion of the grandstands and shouts of satisfaction
from thc lVlcAyne part. Then it came to him what school spirit
really was, what it would mean to the school to win if he only
His stomach ache, the heat and the exertion forgotten, he
lengthened his stride and his speed so quickly that it seemed
to the crowd as if he had been standing still. Henderson also
saw him gaining and also increased his speed but he was no
match for him and Tom crossed the line and broke the tape
yards ahead of him. School spirit had won the meet and given
the state championship to Hancock.
lJANIFZL TU'r'rLE, ,29.
GYHITDUIH 'IRUI15 HWHQ
The motor bus plying between llellcview and Arlington was
rolling smoothly yet swiftly along, carrying Grandma Morse
farther and farther away from Tom and Alice. She sat, enjoy-
ing to the last atom, her glorious exhilarating holiday.
Oh, but it was wonderful to get away for a few days from the
humdrum existence of every-day life with her son and his
Not that Grandma didnlt think a great deal of Alice and the
children, but their habits were so different from those she had
practiced before Tom's marriage. The kiddies were reared so
differently from hers-a time for this and a time for that.
Somehow it didn't seem natural. Alice was good to her, of
course, but Grandma didn't feel free. Besides, there never
seemed to be any tasks for her to do, and it made her feel old,
out of things. To escape this, for a time, she was running
away, actually, at eighty-five years of age! She had left a note
saying that she was going out and for them not to worry. The
note did not state where she was going nor how long she would
stay. Grandma laughed to herself in sheer mischief at the
thought of her adventure.
The day was fine and the road enchanting. lt stretched out
a smooth, winding ribbon towards that mysterious city whither
Grandma was hound. She had made up her mind to go for a
visit with Tillie Marshall. Tillie was always asking her, in the
letters she wrote, and had often deseribed to Grandma the de-
lightful times they would have.
Grandmafs mind returned, from the eontemplation of her
glorious adventure, to rest again on the scenes they were pass-
ing. The driver was slowing up a little for a curve. There
was a breath-taking instant of fear. as two ears came eareening
around the eurve side by side.
Grandma Morse awoke in a hospital, with a terrible headache
and without the least recollection of her surroundings or of the
accident which had necessitated her being brought here.
The doctor told her that calling cards with the name Mrs. tl.
Fred Morse on them were found in her pocket book with some
money and a few small articles, but that they were unable to
find out where she had come from or where she had been going.
The bus driver, poor fellow, who might have been of assistance,
had been killed.
Grandma recovered rapidly and was soon able to be about,
apparently as well as ever, hut not a shadow of the past dark-
ened her mind. As time wore on, the doc-tors gave up all hope
of her ever regaining her memory. She was fortunate in find-
ing a home with two elderly ladies. Her duties being light, she
managed very well. All attempts of the kind people of Bucks-
port to discover traces of her former hoine were in vain, hut
though Graudma's past remained a blank she seemed perfectly
happy in this new state.
One day, however, the postmaster was seen hurrying up the
steps of the home where Mrs. Morse lived. ln his hand was a
letter and he asked to see Mrs. Morse at onee. The envelope
bore the address HM rs. .T. F. Morse, Boothsportf' It had been
missent to Bueksport. The postmaster had been on the verge of
marking it "Missent', and putting it in the outgoing mail, when
he chaneed to think of Mrs. Morse. The cards in her case had
been those of Mrs. J. Fred Morse. Might this not he some
relative of hers.
He questioned Grandma hut got slight satisfaction, although
he did think he caught a glimmer of understanding in her eyes
at the mention of Boothsport.
Finding no clue he departed. He took the letter to his pri-
vate office, where he sat debating as to whether he should open it
or not. Opening another's mail is a, serious otlense in the Civil
Service and the postmaster was well aware of the fact. Never-
theless, he reached a decision and, steaming the letter open, he
extracted the contents. The letter was hrief and read:
'4Hamden, Ohio, Nov. 19-
As much as I hate to say it, we can find no traee of Mother.
VVe have advertised and called the police on the ease, hut no
results as yet. If you find a clue, wire at once.
As the man finished reading he jumped to his feet and started
in search of Grandma again.
"Mrs Morse," he began, when she answered the door, Udo
these names mean anything to you? Tom, Fred, llamden,
Boothsport ?" and he seanned her taee intently for any glimmer
Slowly Mrs. Morse repeated them after him, t'Tom, Fred,
Hamden,-7' her voice trailed off into a whisper as she sank to
the doorstep. Quickly, the postmaster lifted her and carrying
her into the house, placed her on a divan. However, it was
only a faint from which Grandma soon revived.
As soon as she could collect herself, she said rather hesitat-
ingly, "I know, it all comes back. Tom and Fred are my sons
and I was living with Tom when-when l ran awayf, she tin-
ished with a feeble smile.
Telegrams were sent to the 'fhoysv to announce the glad news,
and that night two sad-faced men were again smiling.
Vvhen Tom came to take her home, Grandma asked, "lVhat
will you do to me? When the hahy runs away, you put him to
hed." Tom only took her in his arms for answer.
Dems REID, '29.
1bietorQ M Ebortbanb
The history of shorthand may be traced to the time of Julius
Caesar. He had many noble thoughts to record, so he wrote
his thoughts in shorthand himself and had one of his stenog-
raphers transcribe them later. 'ily ro was a shorthand man and
a erackerjaek, too. He was so good at shorthand writing that
he was made a Hi-l'C0H12l11H by Cicero and employed to report
speeches in the Roman Senate. As the great Caesar ascended
the Ii0St1'lllll and addressed the forum on some important busi-
ness, Tyro, or some I'I0!lH'lili as they called them, would sit near
and with his stylus scratch on wax tablets signs which he after-
wards transcribed into Latin.
The poet Quintus Ennius had a scheme of abbreviated Writ-
ing with eleven hundred signs! .lt was something like the
Chinese language. And Uassianus, Bishop of Brescia, is re-
ported to have thrust upon his students of shorthand several
thousand additional arbitrary signs. This was in 63 B. C.,
when they had no pencils, ink, or pens. Fountain pens were
unheard of. Pans tilled with wax formed the notebooks of the
speed writers of llonie, and toriuous implements were the only
writing instruments with which to inseribe the wax tablets.
In the Middle Ages many who wrote shorthand were burned
at the stake because their signs were thought to be wicked. The
people thought it was Black Magic.
VVhen the great Renaissance of liearning was brought about.
shorthand eaine into its own once more. Tymothe Bright, Doc-
tor of Physics, was the first to publish a system in modern
times. His book, "The Art of Short, Swift, and Secret VVrit-
ing by Character," appeared in 1588, dedicated to Queen Eliz-
abeth. 4'Father of Modern Shorthandn is the title by which he
is honored. His shorthand was planned for the reporting of
sermons. Metcalfe in 1645 engraved in his textbook the Ten
Commandments and a representation of the l,ord's Prayer.
Beneath his portrait a poem appeared, testifying to the use to
which he intended his system to be put. One had to learn long
lists of strokes, curves, straight lines, curlicues, to translate the
thought of the orator into symbols which would be re-written in
Signs, related and unrelated, were employed. A circle rep-
resented thc globular aspect of the world and a dot to indicate
the "where." NVords and phrases were represented by arbi-
trary signs. ln the phrase, ueven at the right hand of God,"
the character g represented "God", two lines represented
"even," being of even length, "right hand" was expressed by the
signs for Woven," being placed o11 the right hand side of g.
Samuel Pepys penned his tanious Diary in shorthancl. No
doubt he did not think that the eharaetcrs would be deciphcred
a hundred years later and printed in plain English so that all
who would could read. The famous narrative of Charles IPS
escape after the battle of lvorcester was taken down by his sec-
retary from the dictation ot' his king.
Delving into the history of this country we iind nlany leading
statesrncn, clergyinen, heads of universities and nien of great
learning among the users of shorthand as a personal accomplish-
nient. It is reported that Thomas fleliferson, 'llenjaniin Frank-
lin, and Elbridge Gerry, three of the signers of the Declaration
of Independence, were writers of shorthand. N ea1'ly all of the
early Harvard University presidents including Henry Dunster
f1640-1654j and the famous Jonathan Edwards, president of
Princeton University, were expert writers of shorthand.
Many books have been written and published about shorthand,
its history and practice. The first known history of shorthand
was published in 1736, by Rev. Philip Gibbs and is called "An
Essay Towards the Eurthcr linprovenicnt of Shorthand." In
1816 there was published the "Historical Account of the Rise
and Progress of Shorthandn by Jaincs Henry Lewis. Wllhe
History of Shorthand Writing" was published in England.
lin 1884 Mr. Julius Ensign Rockwell prepared for the Hu-
reau of Education in Washington a circular entitled "The
Teaching, Practice, and Literature of Shorthand," and in 1893
he prepared "Shorthand Instruction and Practice."
Many systems of shorthand have been established in schools
and colleges, but the system used in flick of the high schools in
the country is the Gregg system. It is written along the line of
ordinary longhand, in a natural, easy, flowing manner in which
drawing shaded characters play no part. Pitman Shorthand is
also used in some schools. Isaac Pitnian Wrote a "History of
Shorthand," which was originally published in the Phonotypic
Journal for 1847.
History proves to us that aiknowledgc of a system of abbrevi-
T HIL' CLA RION
ated writing' whieh ean be used on all oeeasions is a time-saver
and a personal aeeonipllshment.
Mixniox li. LKNIJICIISON, 728.
the 1031116 light
"lf'redl Fredl llihy lookl There7s a light in the old light-
house over on the pointf'
lVith this ery Beatrice Benson ran upstairs to her hrother's
den where he, hearing her ery, was already peering out through
the fast gathering darkness. i
t'Why, Sis, you niust he erazy, I donlt see any lightf,
Mliut Fred, there was."
"Well inayhe, hut there isn't any 11ow. Why-why there is
tool l.ook lv
Sure enough there was a hlue light in the old tower over on
"See, fl told you so hutvhut it's gone now."
"Nome on, Bee, let's go over and investigate."
hllut, Fred, it's awful dark and if Guardie l.ud were here, he
eouldnit let us go and you know itf'
'4Oh. well, Guardie l.ud isn't here and anyway, we eau ask
Chris and Holi, they'd love to gel
So Christine Sllllfll, Boh llurnhani, lleatriee, Zllltl Fred Ben-
son started ott for the island in Fred's launch. While they are
on their way l will tell you a little of their life history.
ilieatriee and Fred were hrother and sister. Fred was seven-
teen and Hee was lifteen. 'llen years previous their mother had
died and two years later their father died leaving them to the
eare of his friend Charles Ludingrton whom they ealled Guardie
liud. 'llhey lived on the niain land about three iniles from Per-
kin's Point on whieh stood the deserted lighthouse where the old
keeper had hung hiniself niore than ten years previous.
At the present time Mr. l'.uding'ton and his wife were away
visiting, leaving the house to the eare of Fred and Hee whose
friends, Christine Smith and Robert Burnham, were staying
VVhen they arrived at the island about an hour later there was
no light to he seen 11111l there was no one zl1'Olllltl. As the girls
wo11ld not go up into the tower and refused to he left downstairs
alone fill? hoys l1ad to content theniselves witl1 looking 2l,1'0l11lCl O11
tl1e lirst tloor. They found 1111 oil stove and after hunting a
while fl1l'f' 'lilllllltl some kerosene. They lit tl1e stove and made
some t'0l'lt't' which tl1ey found i11 21 euphoa1'd. To their surprise
they found the other eupho11rds full of supplies. Evidently
there l1a1l heen sonieone living there lately.
After two hours, when they finally get ready to go honie, they
opened the door and to tl1eir llll'ltlZOI11011f found it was snowing
hard 1111d tlll'l1' hoat was go11e. Chris looked at her watch and
found it was nine oleloek. lVh11t would tl1ey do? After much
persu11sion tl1e girls 1-o11se11t1-1l to stay i11 tl1e liglithouse, though
to tell the truth. there was nothing else they eould do. It was
going to he 11 Nlglllill' blizzard and no one knew tl1ey were go11e.
liven it tlll' hoat had been there, they C0l1ltlI1it have gone ill
that Sf0l'll1. Ql'erl111ps it was tl1e most restless night that any of
fllC111 experieiieed, hut when tl1e gray light hroke in tl1e morning
it was still snowing hard with no sig11 of ever stopping. All
that 1l11y it snowed an1l hy Illltl-11ffF51'l10011 they eould not see the
llltllll land. FO1'fll1li1fi'ly there were enough provisions to last
them two or three weeks though they all hoped they wo11ld not
he 1lltlI'00llCd lfllilt llqlgtll of tiine. Another long night passed
during whieh 110110 of fl1C1I1 got any sleep.
The next niorning it lliltl stopped snowing and when tl1e girls
XVC1lf o11t into tl1e kitchen whieh they had eleaned, the boys were
shoveling so111e of the snow away from tl1e 1loors tlllil windows.
liven tllflllflfll they were shut away f1'Ull1 tl1e rest of the world
they l1a1l got along very well.
Thus far none of fllK'Il1 had ventured 11p those n1yst1-rious
stairsg the girls, heeause tl1ey were afraid of XVlltlt tl1ey woul1l
'Find at tl1e top, and the hoys heeause the girls nearly Went i11to
liysteries every time tl1ey mentioned it.
That night just 11s tl1ey were ahout to retire, they heard a
noise and looking out of the VVl1ltl0XV tl1ey saw tl1e reileetion of
tl1e ligl1t o11 the snow. They looked at one another, ll1l'11 at tl1e
tower stairs and hy tl1e ti111e they looked o11t of tl1e window
again the light was gone. 'l'h1-y stared at each other alnazedly
and fearfully and tl1en the girls heing very tired went to bed
inaking tl1e hoys P1'011llS0 to sit outside their door and watch.
ll 'HE CLA R1 ON
The next day the boys overruled all of the girls' protests' Zllld
wont 11p into the tower to ll1Vl'Sl'lg2lf0 and the girls too fright-
ened to stay downstairs alone tagged along in the rear. To
their surprise they found nothing Ill! there l'b11l7 some old broken
bottles, a c-hair, and an old desk full of papers. lT1lf01'l2Il1l2ll2Oly
they neglec-ted to look at the papers thinking' they wo11ld go up
after them later and read them that evening.
.liust before dark they we11t up after the papers. YN hen they
got 11p there, there were no papers in sight. They we11t all over
the desk but eould not lind them. The dusty desk was covered
with linger prints whieh tl1e boys and girls were sure had not
been there that morning. All that tl1e old desk contained was
an inkwoll, half full of frozen i11k, two or three old pencils, an
old photograpli of il girl and boy, two cigars, half il dozen old let-
ters and a pair of glasses.
As they we1'e tLll0llt to descend the stairs, Beatrice obse1'ved
something that none of them had noticed before. It was a
door. They supposed it would ereak and stiek and be hard to
open, but to their surprise it opened at the slightest toueh,
showing a pair of stairs, very steep and narrow.
Finally it was decided that Fred should go down and Open
the door at the foot of the stairs. Slowly he deseended the
ereaking stairs and p11shed the door. It was looked from the
They all went downstairs, pllt o11 their wraps and went around
to the rear of tl1e lighthouse. They found large foot-prints
leading from the baek door to the shore. Evidently, they were
not the only Robinson Crusoes on the island.
Returning to the house they sat down and talked it over.
lVho had taken the papers? The same person who had left the
traeks in the snow. But who was that? WVho had flashed the
light? lt was a mystery and NV0llld probably be hard to solve.
The next morning Fred was awakened by a stealthy step
overhead. Awaking Bob, they hurriedly dressed, called the
girls and told them not to make a so11nd.
Fred went around and locked the back door. Then they all
Standing in tl1e tloor reading a paper was a man whom they
l,l'l'l9'Hzl 13 l '
all recognized at once as Red Fisher, the escaped convict for
Wl10l1l there was a live hundred dollar reward. Stranffel
enough the l1lll1lltC he saw tl1e111 he surrendered.
They went downstairs, got some hreakfast, and then asked
for explanations. VVhen Red had escaped from the prison
nearly three weeks ago, he had gone to tl1e city opposite Perkins,
Point where he found some of his pals.
'llliey provided l1i111 with a rowlmoat. 801110 IIIUIIUIY7 Zllld provis-
ions, illlll direeted l1in1 to this lighthouse Oll l'c-rkins' Point.
He had arranged signals witl1 illlllll hiv the use of the light which
the hoivs and girls had previousllv seen. 'lle llilll used the baek
door so that lie would lltli' he seen hiv people o11 tl1e Illilllllllllll.
lle llzld taken Fred's hoat as l1is had gone adrift.
The papers that he llllil taken illlx 11igl1t before told where
some nionetv had been lett lu' the old lightkeeper. While the
lioys watelied their prisoner, the girls found the inoiiev, about
344,000.00 in all.
That afternoon they took their prisoner and went l1o111e. ilix-
cept for the loss of sleep they were lllllll' tl1e worse off as eaeh
had a thousand dollars and tl1e satistaetion of solving a 111'VSil'1"V.
lQs'1'111-11: Osoooo. 720.
Gem Green fllbountain
x 1 1 'o o 1' iv s. "o IU .o o' 1' eve 1 .
ul,lll,1'lll t ry ll I e ' l tl t 1 t tl1el1ll r'vbcd.vl
To tl1e top of the hilll 'llhe river is rising, rising fast l"
So like a seeoud l'aul lievere, 'l'on1 Green Mountain warned
the good people of Maelcville of the ilPlll'1l21ClllllQ danger.
,lt might interest you to know how Vlllilll received a nalne so
appropriate to the New lqllglillltl distriet i11 Whieh l1c' lived.
llis lnother wished to 1-all lllxl' son 'llll0lIl2lS Green after his
grandfatlier, and tl1eir last 1lZllll0 being Mountain, he lmeeaine
Tliouias Green Mountain. 'lltllll Green Mountain for short.
'l'0111, while i11 an up-river village. had reeeived word that the
dani at flreenshoro had lrroken, illltl the river, usually a quiet
stream. was rushing ll1lWll lllltlll the helpless villages-a raging
torrent. l'pon hearing this, illtllll illllllilllg' only ot' the safety of
'l'll IJ CLA IH UN
the people who were in the path of the river, juniped upon a
horse which was standing nearby, patiently awaiting its niaster,
and rode to warn the unsuspecting inhabitants ot the valley.
Uloppity, eloppity, eloppittv, down tl1e road galloped the horse
as anxious as its rider to warn the people.
"liunl run for your livesl The river is rising l" rang over
the hillsides as 'l'oin galloped past towards Maekville, and it was
,iust in time for already he heard the terrihle roar of the waters
like the great rushing of a tornado On it t'2lll1l', that great wall
of water, leaving destruetion in its path, on it eaine rushing and
roaring, wiping away great huildings as a ehild would knock
down his tower of hloeks.
Froni the people huddled together on the hill eaine a ery,
"Look what's Utlllllllg, a house all lighted up l" .Xnd sure
enough, Ullllllllg down the river was a house with all the lainps
lighted and with people inoving ahout in the rooms. What a
strange sight it was, this river with the living and the dead
tloating helplessly down its rushing eurrentl
But while the people had heen watehing the river. what had
illtllll heen doing! Regardless of the warnings of his friends,
illlllll, having fixed an old hoat whieh he had eaught as it was
floating hy, had eontinued his work of resc-ue. 'l'here were
many houses, whieh, although they had not heen in the path ol'
the river, were surrounded hrv water. Toni with his old dugout
reseued the people who had heen left in these houses and earried
thein from their rather danip apartnients to the top of the hill.
All night illfllll kept this up and when everrvone was safe he
hegan eolleeting from the water household artieles that niight he
of some use to thein. Baeli and forth hetween the houses and
the hill he went. ldaeh tiine he was away the people would
wait anxiously for his return with fear that something might
happen to hiin.
'l'hen eaine a time when he didn't return for a half hour, an
hour, two hoursg daylight eauie and still he hadn't eonie and
there was no sight of hiin. llis friends guessed his fate and
mourned llllll, hut illO1ll Green Mountain will always he reinein-
hered in that litle village as "'l'he nian who gave his life for the
people of Maekvillef,
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not scor1-. XV11C1l Wi1s1111's fll1'll 1'11111c the 131-111-11111-11 I11fQ'1lC1'
struck 1111t thc iirst two 1111-11 111111 111011 it was lXl'f1l11I'.S tll1'll 11t the
1111t. T111- 11r11w11 w11s t1-11s1- 111111 thc 1111,vs w1-1'1- 1111 t111ki11g t11 11i111
i11 2111 1-111-1111r11gi11g 111110. The iirst 111111 1-111110 r11th1-r 111w 1111t
Arthur SfI'1lC'1i 211111 thc 111111 just 11111011 t11w11r11 thu 11it1-111-r who
IJ1.l'1il'l1 it up 111111 f1l1'l'W it t11 H1-st. .X1'1'1llll' s1i11 t11 1111s1- 111111 21
111111111 of 1111812 arose. 111111-11 th1- 411181 1'11-11r1-11 t111- sp1-1:t11t11rs s11w
A1'f1lll1' sitting 1111 'first 1111s1- with t111- Hrst 1111s1-1111111 st111111i11g 11v1-r
11i111, thc 111111 i11 11is h111111s. '1'h1- 1111111ir1- pr11111111111'c11 A1'f1llll'
't1111t" 11111 11s t111- 1fr11w11 f11S2lQl'i'l'f1 111- fllI'11GC1 t11 the first 1111s1-1111111.
"Did you t11111'h this 1111111 111' 1111t 5" 11s1ic11 t111- lllIlp11'C.
The 1111111 hcsit11te11 just 11110 s1-1-111111 111111 thou s11i11, "1 11111 1111t.
S11111Ch11w thc 111111 just s1i11p1-1,1 fI'UlIl lllf' 11211111.13
'111l1' 1'r11w11 Q'1lCl'1't'I1 t11is 1111swer: Art1111r j11111111-11 1111 211111 sh1111k
111111118 wit11 11i111. 111111' Q111111- 11r111-1-1-111-11. f11i11'l'Ili'l' 11111111 t11 thc
1111t, k11111-1:1111 il Hy, 111111 .Xrthur go! 11111111111 t11 11111110 s1e11ri11g thc
wi1111i11g P1111 1111t c112l1'l'lll'l' was Mllllf 1111t" 1-111111115 the g111111,- li-5 i11
f11v111' of VVi1s1111.
Aft1,-r the 1-111-e1'i11g w11s 11v0r th1- 111-11's WCII1 t11 11r1-ss. 111 t111-
l1l'0SS11lg' r1111111 thvfv t111k1-11 1-x11itc111'v 11111111t the g111111-. Arthur.
the 1111pt11i11, s11i11, 'WV1-11, 2lll.VW2l'V, 111211 w11s t111- 11111st Sp01'fS1llilll'
1i1111 111't 1 1:1'1-1' saw." 211111 1111-1111'1's 11111-1-1-1-11 11g11i11 211111 11g11i11.
111111N11: C1-s111N11, '2S.
THE CLA lil ON
V111-0s1-. 21, v1-1'-1' 111111111111 f111111, k111'1w11 111 1111 111111111111-5 111 1110
w111-111, 111'1g1111111-11 111 Hw11z1-1'1111111. 11 is 0111ss011 111111 1111111011
1111111y 1111'11-1'1-111 11111110s, 011011 CO11ll11'y 11111'111g 11 1111'101'0111 11111110 for
1110 s111111- 1111111 111 1-111-0s1-.
E11 11 111x111 1,1211 1111 11:1cs11:
151111111-11111.11-1' 1-1101-so 1'11'1g111a1011 111 1111- 0111111111 111 1'11lllIl1'l11731,
Sw1tz01'1111111. 11 is 11 1121111 1-1-111101 1-11e0s0 11111111- 11-11111 1l11S1i11l11I'1Cd
C1lXV,S 1111111 111111 11218 21 1111111, sw01-11s11 11111'111'. 111 1110 10111 lilfl-
111111111111-1' 1-1101-su 1110 "1"Y1'S17 :1111 11s 12lI'gIl' 11s 21 1-1-111 111111 llSl11l11y 35
111- 4 1111-110s 11p111'1. 111.1110 111111011 811111-s. 1'11lllll0ll1'il11'I' V111-11s0 is
1111111111111-1111-1-11 111 W1s1-1111s111, 011111, 111111 X1-w Y111-11. 1,11 Swit-
z01'1111111, 21 01-1-111 111111 111' 1111- 1111114 1'11'1111111-011 1s 11111111- 111111 1111s
ll1'1N11ll'1f 111111 1.11s11'11-1s 111 1'1l'2l1lUl' 111111 N111'11101'11 1111151 111'1- 110v111011
10 11s 1I12ll11l'1:il1'11l11"1'. '1111- Illiljlll' 11111-1 111 1110 111111111111 is 1-xp111't1-11
111 1110 111111011 S11110s. '1111- 1-111-1-se 11111110 111 1111- 1111111-11 3111105 is
l1U2lI'1y 11s 011011 11s 111111 11111111- 111 SW1tZC1'1211ll1 111117 p1'0j111,1100 11115
110111 1110 p1'i01- 2117 il 111w1-1' 101'01.
T110 0111-0s0 is v1-111' 1111-01-, s111110111110s l1Cil1'1f' fiilll' 11-1-1, 111 1113111-
011-1-, Six 1111-110s 111 11111-k110ss, 111111 1111111 130 111 2211 p11111111s 111
w01g111. 111 s111pp1111g it is 111111-1-11 111 il 11111 w1111-11 1111111s 111110
1101111118 111 0111-1-sc. xV1l1'll 11 is 11111 11111111- 111111 1110 s1111p0 of 111111-
s111110s 11 1811121110 111111 21 111111-k 111111111 28 1111-111-s 111110 111111 S 1111:110s
s1111111'0 ill 111111-1' 1111111-11s11111s.
11111111-1111-1 1-111-1-s0 is 111 191-1-111-11 111-10111, 11 1'01'1-1v111s.: its 11111110
. I . . . 1 K ' 7 1 K
1111111 1111- Vl112lg'1' 111 1i11111101111'1. 1'l'2ll1l'1'. 1111- 11111-1-sv 1lG101lgS 111
1111- 1'1l'1l1 111111111-11 11110, 1110 111111111-11 111- 1llZlI'1l1C 2lppC'ill'il110G 111' 1111-
11111-1'1111' 1101110 11110 1111 1111- 111-V1-111111111-111 111 il lll'1l11f1111211I1 VV111C1l is
1110 111-1111-111111 1'1I11'll11lg' 11151-111. '1111- lll211lll1kl1'1'1l1'C of 111111111-1111-1
111100s0 1111s 1101-11 0111-111-11 1111 111 s11111111-11s11-1-11 11111-1s 111 Fl'ill1l'1' 1111-
111 11-11st 111111 111-111111'11-s.
'1110 1'C1l1 111llflll'1:U1'1 1-111-1-so is 11111111- 11-11111 s1101-11 111' g11111's ll1111i
11111 1111' 1111- 111s1 11-W 'V1'21l'S 21 g111111 11111111111111 1111s 111-011 11121110 11-11111
1-11w's 1111111. '1110 lll0I'1l1llQ 11111-1' 1111- 1-111-1-sv is 11111110, 11 is
w1'11p111-11 111 111-1-ss 1-l11111s, 11111111-11 111 11111 W1111-1' 111111 111111-11 111 1110
1'11v1-s, 1111111-11 111-0 1111' 1111- 11111s1 1Hll'1' 11211111111 1'11v1-1'11s 1-x1s1111g
1111-01-141' 111 1111- l'l'Q11bll 111 1"1'11111-1-. '1'111- 11-111111-1'111111'0 114111110 1-111'11s
is from 400 to 500 Fahronlloit, and tho air virculatos frooly
through thc-m. Recently artificial caves havv been constructed
and usod. VVh0n tho clicoso 1'0a0l1c-s thc- cavvs it is saltod to
chock the growth of mold on the surface. One or two days later
it is rubbed vigorously with a 1-loth and aftorwards svrapocl with
ln ordf-r to favor tho growth of mold in thc- interior, tho
obooso is piorccd by l11tll'l1lIlC1'Y with 20 to 110 small noedles
which permits tho fra-0 across of air. Tho almost- may bo sold
after 210 to 40 days or may bv kopt i11 the caves as long' as tivo
months, dvpc-nding upon tho mlm-groo of riponing df-sirod.
l.imburg0r vlivoso is a soft 1'I'llll0f mado from 1-ow's milk
which may contain all tho fat or may be partly or cntirc-ly
skinnnod milk. Tho br-st l.lIlll1l1l'Q'0I' c-lu-csv is madc- from whole
milk. lliniburgor 0116-csv originated in thc- provinve of l.uttich,
llelgiuni, from whim-h place its Ill2llllIl:2ll'flll'0 has spread to Gor-
niany a11d Austria. whore it is vc-1"v popular and to tho United
Statos wliorl' large quantitic-s arc' made, mostly in NOW York
and XVisoonsin. No l1lIlllllll'Q1'Cl' clit-csv is imported to this coun-
try. This typo of clit-uso is so cheaply and oxoollontly madc-
that tht- toroign vbovso has boon c-rowdod out ot' this markr-t.
HA N n C it I-:msn
Hand clioosc- was givon that namo bocauso it originally was
nioldod into its tinal shape- by hand. lt is a sour milk Ghcosc.
and vm-ry popular among Gorman pooplv, though manufactured
in 1Ililll'V otbor countric-s. This ohcosv has a vvry sharp puupgont
odor and tasto not very pleasant to onv uiiavcustomocl to it.
Tlwro arv many ditlvront nainos for hand Olloosv.
f'amomlwrt c-hooso is a soft ronnvt vhooso madoi from 0ow's
milk. .X typival vhcfcse is about iw invhos in diamotor, WL of
an inch or an inc-h in thicknoss and about ton ounvos in weight.
The vlicvso has a rind about an eighth of an inoh in thicknvss
which is c-olnposcd of molds and driod vlwcsv. The interior is
'vollowish in color and wry 4-roamy or almost fluid in consis-
toncy, dcpvnding' largrlly on tho flvgfrvo of riponoss. The flo-
licious tlavm- illltl Gl'02l1ll,V fCXtll1'0 11111kQs it 0111- of the most pop-
ular high privvtl faiivy vhceses O11 the market.
Ci':1111o111l1c1't 111'igi11:1tecl i11 thc- l1OI'fhWGSl1CT11 pzirt of PlI'2l1lC0' i11
the luvulity 151111111 whim-l1 it cle-1'i1'cs its 11111111-. f':1111c1111l1u1't clicosv,
1111111111f11ct111'1-el hy tl11- l'l1c'11ix C'01'po1'11ti011 at BCilY'i'1' lihuu, Wis-
co11si11, is 1-111111l to 01' SllPl'1'l0l' tu any flillllGI1llK'iTt lll2lllllf510flll'f'fl
i11 :my 11111't ot' the wm-l1l.
l31:11c C111 14:Es1f:
Brio 1-livvsv is tl soft 1-l101-so nizulv from c0w's lllllli. 'lllw
111etl101l of 111111111f11ct111'u 1'c1s11111l1l0s vlusely that of C711me111l1c-rt.
'l'l1is clwvso l1:1s l500ll 11121610 l1'1 l+'1'1111ce sim-1' 1401 and is I1'12lI1ll-
f11ut111'1-fl 1-xtmisivcly i11 1XIl101'lf'1l. T110 i11t01'i01' of a ripoiwtl
1-l1c-vso 1'111'ic-s i11 vr'111sist011f-'y t'1'11111 waxy to s11111i-liq11i1l :mtl l111s ll
Vf5l'y p1'Oll0llll1't'1l 11tl111' z1111l 21 SllilY'l1 c'l1111'11c-t01'istiC t11st0.
Go1'g'o11g11l11 vlifffisu is tl 1'c-111101: Italian 1-lmvse 111111lc from whole
milk of cows. 'l'l1v 11211110 is t:1k011 t1-11111 tho v1ll110'0 of Gorgmn-
golzi, 110:11 hllltlll, l111t vc11'y l1ttlo ot It IS now mzulc 111 that
The i11tc11-i111- of tlm 1-lim-sv is Illfbfllllfl lilw fllill of the Roquc-
furt :1111l has tl1c1'1-f111'1- l1f'0ll Q,'l'0llD0fl witl1 the jli0Cll10fOI't vario-
tivs. lllllf' s111'f111-0 111' this vlwcsc is 41011-1'Qfl with 21 tl1i11 coat of
l1111'ite l111'4l, Rlllil 1-11l111'i11f1' lIl2llfl'l' which 1'OSOIlllJl0S c'l11v.
7 , P 1 . -
The c-l1c0s0 IS K'f'llllfl1'l1'21l 111 sl111p1-, ill501ll' 12 1Tlf'lll'S 111 flltllll-
0t01', 43 i110l11-s i11 lim-ight 11111l 11s 11'1z11'lwt0cl is NVI'ilPp9tl i11 paper,
pavkwl witl1 straw i11 xvflllflllll lmslwts. Well 11111rlc- 1-lim-so may
lie kept for El yc'111' 111' l1111go1'.
12111111 CII Russ
-Eflflfll f'l10c1so 1'v00i1'c's its 111111111 151-0111 Ecl11111, ll11ll11111l, where
most of tl111t c'l1v0sv was first 1'Il2ll'kCfi'tl. A l111'g10 qllrmtity is
iluportccl to .X111v1'ic'11 1111111111lly Zllltl is Oasillv 1'0c-og11iz0cl hy the
sound hall slmpo illltl 1'01l c-olor. 'It is 21 ll2l1'Cl. l'0I'lllt'l 1'l10es0,
tl1o11gl1 tho lwst is 11111fl1- f1'11111 1ll1SlillIll11Ctl cow's milk.
Wlllllll the 1-lic-vsv is six 111' eight wvoks old it is Colurf-rl 1-1-cl by
l19c0111i11g i11111101'su1l i11 tlll 11l1'-f1l1f1li1- sc1l11tio11. As soon 11s it is
tlrlv it is 1'11l1l1c-cl with liusecd oil, wrnppcml 11c-atly i11 foil or
1151111111110 111111111' :md pac'-kvcl 12 i11 P1 lmr 1'r'11rly for sl1ip111011t.
11111011 l'02111.V 1111' 1ll1ll'1U'1 1110 0111-0s0 V1'01Q1lS 2114 111 -HQ 11111111115
111111 llSll2111'V 1'l'12l11S 1111' 111 1011s1 T150 111-1' 1111111111. When 0111 11111
112lV111' is 11111119 1110 111s10 S11Hll'VV1l2lf S2l11'V, 11111 1111111 111"v, 111111 111'
1'1'11111l11.1' 111111 1111'11'X1l1l'1'1l1Ill11S1 1'1l11l'l'1f' 111111' '1.l'11!ll 111110s.
1111111111 1-1101-s0 1'01-01v0s 11s 11111110 11-11111 111111 111 Il 111w11 111 11111-
1111111. 11 1511121110 11-11111 011w's 1111111 W111111- 111' 11111'11y S1i1l1lIll011.
1111111111 1-111-0s0 1s 8011111111 111 1111' 01111s1111111111111 110f111'1- 11 1s 111111'
111' 111'0 IllI1ll11lS 11111. 111111110 110111g 111110011 1111 1110 1IlilI'1i01'. 1110
11111s1110 is 1111111011 111 21 s11I11111111 111' s11111'1111. '111111 Pl'I'I'1'll12lgl'l'? 111
1111 1s Q1'f'1lf01' 1111111 111111 011111111111-11 111 1111111111 01100s0.
'111111 1101'11'11111111 111. 1111s 11111110 1s 11111 1i1l11Wll. 111 11ll2l111'V 1111s
01101-s0 is s111111111' 111 1,1l1l1llll'Q'01'. 1111011 1'1Il'11S1' is 21 1'1-111101 1-1100s1-
11111110 11-11111 1-1111"s 11111k. 1111sk111111101l, 211111 is 11lll'1'1,V Zlll .xlllP1'1K'il1l
111'111l11111. 11 11215 21 s11'1111g:, sw1-011s11 1111v111' 21ll11 is 11111110 111111111 111
111' 11 111' 21 1110110s 111 s1z0. 11121111 1111-1111'10s, 1-s111-11111115' 111 s111111'1111'11
xY1Sf'4lllS11l, 11111110 1111s 1111111111-1.
S11g0 1'1l1'l'Sf' is illl11f1H'l' 1.41l'lll 111. 1110 111lf'l1111'1' V2ll'1l"1f'. 11s 11184
1111g111s11111g 11-111111'0s 111'0 21 11111111011 g1'01-11 1-111111' 111111 il s11g'0 1111111112
A 1'01',v s1111s11101111-Iv Saw 1-1100s0 is 11111110 111' s1111111.1' 111'111111111g
:2'1'l'l"ll 1-11l111'111g', 11111110 1'1-11111 1110 1011v0s 111 0111'11 111111 S11111111-11, 11171111
1110 l'lIl'11, 1l11l'1'l1l1111ll1Jj. XXII 1-V011 Q'l'1'0ll 11111111111g' 1s t1lllS 02lS11y
s00111'011. Sago 1121V01'111g 1-x11'11111 is S11l'21f'011 11v01' 1111' 11111111 115' illl
111111111z01'. 11110-112111. 11111100 111' H11v111'111g' 1s l1Sll2l11f' Sll1'1'11'10llf 1111'
11110 1111114111111 1111111111s.
11.111111 lC'l' 1111:N N1f:'1"1', 'IIU.
THE HLA RION
Gb? jfI'C6DOl'f lbOl116 ECOHOITUC5 Glllb
'lllm Fl'C0ll0l'f ll1n'110 Illceniiomivs Club was organized Devein-
lwr 29, 19243, with 'i:0lll'l'C0ll incimlicrs, un1l0r the loallcirsliip of
Miss Ray, thc- lloino I'li'Ol10lllll'S t0:11-her.
Alfllflllgll we am' not z1s yvf 11H31li21t0cl with tl'10 'N2ltllJll2ll llouu'
FiC0ll01'lll1' fllllll, wo nlmiclfl lay p1'11c'ii1-ally tlw same aims and lip'-
laws. After new inf-inlavrs 11111 zulniiftr-cl anfl i11itiz1tcfl, tlu-3' 1111-
untitlcfl in w1'11r flu' vluli pins. 'Phi' nivvfiugs :uw lwld twice
vzwli nionfli uf fliv lligli Svliool liuilcling. Affvl' fllf' lmusinoss is
trluiszu-toll the nivctings 11r0 turnefl uvm' To tlm CllfK'l'tRlll1ll0llf
nnrl rf-frvsluuoiii conimiftec-s.
.Xt HQlllfl'W'Ll,l'll illl OllfC'Y'fillll1llf'llf nncl v11st111n0 party was given
liy flu- lll0IIlll0l'S tu 02ll'll nioiicy for tlu' vluli. Al flliristnuis il
liox was stint to flu' fllllll-ll'0ll,S llrnnc in Allllllfll, the 1-mifviiis of
whivli wc-re plniilwcl nnml mziflv ut tlu- 1-luli iiioutiiiggs. 'lllic wr-olc
lmeforc sc-luml 1-losoel for flu' cll1l'lSflIlilS lluli1l11ys il cllll'lSf1ll2lS
frvc was lu-lll ni flu- D111111-stiv Sc-imice rooui for flu- nicinliors of
flu' vlulw. 'l'l11- c-lulm 1111s 1'v1'c111ily liolcl El foml S2ll0, tlw proceeds
of wliicli will svnrl il mlm-lcgutci io 1'epr0sf-nt fliv club at the Sfntv
llmnv -I4lf'4lll1llIlll' C'11111'011fiu11 wl1i1-li is l10l1l illllllhllly uf AllfIl1Sl72l.
EMMA .l. lV1Tis1mN, l'rr'.Q., 'fl0.
Sl HHN! 'li
How restful is the silence.
Now that day is o'er,
And the waves are gently splashing
On the golden, sandy shore.
How delightful is the silence,
When all our tasks are done,
And we gaze across the waters
Towarcls the Hery setting sun.
How heavenly is the silence
When we all 1-ares may sh11r1,
Sinve on the dawning uiorrow
A new day is begun.
Amon DYER, '30.
Senior Glass Statistics ,p
Wll.l.IA'M POWERS .XLLICN "Hill" Ago l7 '
Cross Country 1 year, Orchestra, Salesmanship Prize '26-'28, Go-
ing to be and fit to be a highly paid musician.
BLXIIIUN l.0l'lSlC .XNIWIIISICN H.lIIll.ifl!'H Ago lli
Secretary of Council '26-'27, Secretary of Class '25-'26-'27, CLARION
BOARD, Class Play, Typewriting Awards--Royal, Underwood, Rem-
ington, and Smith Certificates, Royal Silver Pin, Underwood and
Smith Bronze Pins, Essay Contest-2nd Prize '27, Gregg Short-
hand Certificate, Class History, Glee Club '26, Going to be a book-
keeper. Fit to be "Blake's Manager." ,, M
YET.M.X DORIS .XYICR "IMI" Ago l'T
Class Play, CLARION Bosnn, Typewriting Awards-Smith, Royal,
Remington, Underwood Certificates, Smith, Remington, and Un-
derwood Bronze Pins, Smith, Royal, and Remington Silver Pins,
Gregg Competent Typist Certificate, Class Gifts. Going to be a
saleswoman. Fit to be a bug collector iespecially Millersl.
GRADYS BARTOLT. "Taf0r" Age l7
Typewriting Awards-Remington, Smith, and Underwood Certif-
icates. Going to be a nurse. Fit to be "No one knows."
Fl,0lil+1'Ni'l+1 MAY l-3lilC'l"l' Ago 17
CLARIQN Bomm '28. Going to be a housewife. Fit to be ? ? ? ?
IIAPRRY AMISIQOSIC I-llil'l"l' "Cline" Ago 15
Council '25-'26-'27-'28, Cheer Leader '27-'28, Vice President '28,
Prize Speaking '26-'27, Cmiuox Bomzn, Class Play, Class Gifts.
Going to be a radio announcer. Fit to be a human talking ma-
IRENE WA'I'lClUI.XN C'l'SIlING "HWY" Age lit
Council '27, Basketball '25-'26-'27, Captain '28, CLARION BOARD,
Class Prophecy. Going to be Madame of the Beauty Shoppe. Fit
to be our "Flaming Youth."
' ond i
IIOWARIP i'l'li'I'IS FOSS "IMA-y" Ago lil ,L ' 1
Council '27, Baseball '25-'26, Manager '27, Basketball '25-'26-'27-'28, "'f"4 1
Track, Baseball, and Basketball letters. Going to be a prize
tighter. Fit to be a carpenter. l ,-
1-.. , .
3 3 A '
I'A.l'LlIAYW.XlllJ ullf'Il!lU .int-lli
Track 27, Captain '28, two Track letters, Class Marshal. Going
to be a millionaire. Fit to be "The Barbarian Lover."
DORIS ICYICIXN H.X'l'l'Il "IMI" Age 18
Council Treasurer '28, Treasurer of Assembly '28, Committees-
Junior Prom. '27, Athletic .Association '28, Mr. Peac0ck's Stenog-
rapher, Cmmox BUARD, Typewriting Awards-Smith, Underwood,
and Remington Certificates, Smith and Underwood Bronze Pins,
Royal, Remington, and Underwood Silver Pins, Royal Gold Pin,
Gregg Competent Typist Certificate, Gregg Shorthand Certificate,
B. ,Sz P. W. Scholarship Prize '26-'27, Salutatory. Going to be
"Somebody's Stenogf' Fit to be a "June Bride."
I'IYlCl.YN GI-IILX I,l Pl N IC KEN N ICIJY ",lwrry"' Age 18
CLARION BOARD, Typewriting Awards-Smith Certificate, Under-
wood Bronze Pin, Royal and Underwood Silver Pins, Gregg Com-
petent Typist Certincate, Clee Club '26, Going to be an auto-
mobile saleslady. Fit to be a model.
ICIIN ICSTI NIC i'lQl1Z.XYlCS .IAVKSOX H,lvl'I'l1H Agc-113
Class Play, Cmmox Bruno, Chairman Senior Class Play Commit-
tee '28, Scholarship Award '26, Typewriting Awards-Underwood,
Smith, and Remington Certilicates, Underwood and Smith Bronze
Pins, and Royal Silver Pin, Gregg Competent Typist Certificate.
Going to be taller. Fit to be what she wishes.
,fy v 1 vv- U . .. ,
KI.XltlI'l.X .l.XX In Ll N IJ Jlru' .lnnw Age ln
Ctlxmox Boucn. Going to be a teacher. Fit to be under strict
v w w vw H ,. .. E
l.l l.I.l.XA .illlelnillllu IAN l+,I,I, lazily .Xgc ls
Going to be a suffragette leader. Fit to be a "Lake" dweller.
ICSTHICII LANE MORSE Ago is
Going to be-we don't know. Fit to be a governess.
.XR'l'lIl'lI l'l"l'N.X'M' llll.I.lCll ".lirly" Ago 17
Council '26-'27, President of Class '28, CLARION BOARD, Class Play,
Baseball '26, Basketball '26-'27, Captain '28, Track '27, Theodore
Curtis Athletic Award '26, Gift to School. Going to be a chauffeur.
Fit to be a judge of the U. S. Supreme Court.
ICAIII. MI'I'C'lIl'Il.I, ".llfL'w" .Xe-c lT
Class Play, Basketball '27-'28. Going to be a large man. Fit to be
a Parkferl policeman.
lI.Xll.I0llll+Z GlCll'l'lll'lllC lillllilill h,Ufll'fj!'u Agn- 17
Council '27-'28, Secretary of Class '28, CLARION Boamm, Class Play,
Mr. Oakes' Stenographer. Prize Speaking '25-'27, Typewriting
Awards-Underwood, Smith, Royal, and Remington Certificates,
Underwood and Smith Bronze Pins, Royal, Underwood, and Rem-
ington Silver Pins, Royal Gold Pin. Going to be an "Earless."
Fit to be a heart breaker.
WILLIS SIIAW RANIDAIL "Hill" Age 17
UTLi'l7l'7'S'fllly Ref-of,lnizmI as "Will Honeycomb"
Council '25-'26-'27, President of Class '25-'26-'27g President of
Assembly '28, CLARION Bomb, Class Play, Committees-Social,
Amendment, and Monitorial, Baseball '25-'26-'27, Basketball '25-
26-'27-'28, Track '27 Manager on Track 25. Baseball and Basket-
ball letters, Class Prophecy. Going to be ua chiropractor. Fit to
be a cook.
l,AWRlCNf'lC CX liANllAl,l. Hf1llI'l',lfH Age lT
Council '27-'28, Vice President of Class '25-'26, Treasurer of Class
'28, CLARION Bo.-um, Class Play, Christmas Tree Committee, Base-
ball '25-'26-'27, Basketball '25-'26-'27-'28, Cross Country Manager,
'28, Theodore Curtis Athletic Prize '26-'27, Letters for Baseball,
Basketball, and Track. Going to be a great surprise. Fit to be
'l'lIlCIjM.X C'AHUl,lNlC HINGIIUSIC Ago IS
Highest Ranking Student of F. H. S. Going to be a famous wo-
man. Fit to be an example. U
.Xl,l'3ICK'l' l'IClllCZ IIOYAI., JR. "lilly" Age 143 9"
Council '28, Treasurer of Class '25-'26-'27, CLARION Bomb, Com-
mittees-Freshmau Reception, Assembly Dues Drive, Publicity
Committee of Senior Class Play, Basketball '27, Manager '28,
Class Oration. Going to be a druggist. Fit to be an "ad" for
Palm-Olive fthat school girl complexionl.
l,.Xi'li.X SIIUIHCY "f'l111l1" Age IT
CL,uuoN Bomm, Scholarship Award '25, Royal, Underwood, and
Remington Certificates, Smith Bronze Pin, Underwood and Rem-
ington Silver Pius, Royal, Underwood, and Remington Gold Pins.
Royal 60-word Certificate, Gregg Competent Typist Certificate,
Fouith Honor Part. Going to be a speed demon Ion the type-
writerl. Fit to be the above.
MARY l'1lll'l'll S'l'ItOl"l' "l1ifMZf"' Am- lil
Typewriting Awards-Smith, Underwood, and Royal Certificates.
.IICSSIIC l'Il.IeZ.Xl3lC'l'll S'l'0YlClI ".lfn.i-" Age ls
Three years at North Yarmouth Aeademy: President of Class
'25-'26, Latin Prizes '25-'26-'27, D6C12l,lllH.tl0l1S-2l'1d Prize '25, 1st
Prize '26, 2nd Prize '27, Srhool Play '25-'26. F. H. S.: CLAmoN
Bowan, Class Play. Valedic-tory. Going to be a great artist. Fit
to he a loud speaker.
.ll'l.ll'S .XI,l1lill'l' Sflllli 'ilulff' ,Xgv IT
Cnxiciox BUAICIT. Going to he a musician. Fit to he an artist.
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IlUX.Xl.ll lzllhll Hill ll XX lull ll Hf'!I'1llI' Aga- ls
Freeport High Sehool Huinstrum Orehestra, Going to he an elec-
trician. Fit to he :1 magician.
Nl.Xl2Cl.Xllli'l' .lU.XXNl'I WlCHt'll'l"l' Aw IT
Basketball '23, Going to he a milkinaid. Fit to he an Egyptian
ll.X IIIIIS4 PX XVI NSLUNY ulillllllviju Agi-
Going to he a poultiyman. Fit to he that which he is.
ln order to make our mark
ln the annals of the land,
VVe must he able to help ourselves
And to lend a helping hand.
The man who works for self,
For his love of gold and gain.
Will strive for the love of his vonntrymen.
For glory, and honor, in vain.
Let's remember .lesus ot Nazareth,
Who said to His chosen few,
"Do unto others as you would
That they should do unto you."
S0 when out in the world we strive
To give our loved ones pride,
Let us strive to help our fellowmen
Who are working hy our side.
M. J. LVND, '2S.
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Tom Denker, an artist .....,...................................... ............. H arry Britt
Bob Mills, a magazine writer ....... ........ ..... L a wrence Randall
Mrs. Reese, their landlady .......,..... .......... .I essie Stover
"Liz," Mrs. Reese's stepdaughter ..... .......... V elma. Ayer
"Bing" Dickson, "Liz's" steady .... ...... A rthur Miller
William Denker, Tom's uncle .,... ............. E arl Mitchell
Alice King, Tom's aunt ........,........... ...... M arion Anderson
Elaine Lynne, Alice King's ward .... ........ M arjorie Parker
Angela Scott, Bob's tlancee ........ ...... E rnestine Jackson
I 11. A. S11111,1-1.
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When the grass begins to sproutg
I am happy in the Summer
When the birds are all aboutg
I am happy in the Fall
When the leaves are on the ground:
I am happy in the Winter
When the snow is all around.
G. SINIITII, '30,
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Ull IZOYY .XNIJ HOW!
1 weop, l mourn. I sigh,
I rave, I moan, I ory.
I did not do so uutil now-
Alu I sore? Oh, boy! and how.
All too soou wo must go,
Back whore desks sluud row hy row,
Wo will go tliore, me uud thou,
Arc we sud? Uh, boy! and how.
Now we sit euvh ut his tusk
And tht- tem-licws questions ash:
To me no lmruius did they oudow.
A111 I dumb? Oh, boy! and how.
Soon sweet .luue will come ziloug
And we'll join that lumpy throng,
Wefll be alumni, mc and thou,
Wo'll be glad. Oh, boy! and how.
Iu old ago we will be young
With this "slu11g11ago" on our tongue:
W0 can conipure life then and now.
Those were the dzlysl Oh, boy! and how
Soou iu our graves wo'll quiet lic,
We'll he forgollou hyo uud bye:
To dust welll liiolfiler, me and thou.
ls life worth while? Oh, boy! stud how.
ll. A. l3Kl'll 'PQ
When the apple trees are in bloom
And the fields in green grass lay,
I wish I could roam far away from home,
But in Freeport I have to stay.
I wish I could sleep on a bed of boughs
With my face turned up to the stars.
And be far away from the noise of the day,
Of trains, men, and motor cars.
And after a night of sleep so sweet.
And of dreams which I wish would COIH9 true,
I'd get up and breakfast
On berries and leaves and maybe a bug or two.
Then l'd sing and romp all day
And talk to the birds and trees.
'Fell stories to squirrels and sing with the frogs
And chase the honey bees.
I'd have honey for dinner and cherries for lunch
So you see, I would live like a queen,
With no one to bother and no one to boss.
But, Gee! this is only a dream,
So small, so fair, so sweet of grace,
An Anael's form, an Angel's face:
Her manner light, her voice so gay.
But she has no time to waste away.
Sho has her toil-enough 1'or two,
'Tis almost more than she can dog
Letters to write and bills to pay,
I-low can this maid find time to play?
Yet when the movies open wide
She is there, and at her side
Sit hcr friends all bright and gay.
Won by this fair maid's quiet way.
So on sho gocs day after day,
With time for wow lc and time for play:
Sho will Iinish what she will start,
She is the maid for some0ne's heart.
H. A. Blc1'r'r, 28.
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16. Scarboro St-arboro Freeport 34-22
23. Alumni Freeport High School 17-14
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13. Me. School Com. Freeport Freeport 51-5
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13. Standish at Standish 11 34
27. Windham at Freeport 19 16
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7. Standish at Freclunt 12 31
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UDCOcnm UODZPOSP- I-4.1.1422 -:bww
, I 'l'lI l,la'7'lC'S
The Vross cltlllllflv' season opcm-ll with il large sqimcl. of
whim-h tive wr-rv wtomiis. The teami pi':u'tisml ililigvlitly we-i'y
:it'tc-riioon, imflf-r the f'liSIl'lllllQ ot' Mr. l'va1voc-li. to whom 1-wrx'
mclinlnr-r in thx- twmi 1-xtm-mls tlmiilcs for his lim-nrtlv vo-operzitioii
in imikiiig' the team an 1-:tim-css. It was not long' hc-fore will
tailf-nt was toiiml iii the new iiieiiihors of lllt'.S1lll2lll.
'l'wo mlllzll :xml two voiitoiw-iirw' lll0l'lS were Sl'll0fllllPtl. llntt-1'
Rll'l'llllgi'lll0lll'S wc-rv inaulv for il piuwtim-O rim with ci0l'llillll Nor-
mul Sm-hool. The tirst inert. lost to Pvimell Instituto, flial not
+lisvoiii':lg1'1' the lltllll who fought ilzll'1l1'l' tllltl vomit-lliclml ai Very
slim-1-ssfiil st-:ison hx' Wllllllllg the Ariliistiw- ljilf' l'fli't', tllerehy
Hl'l'lll'lllQ ll'lllIl1ll'2ll'LY l'1lSSI'SSl4T-ll ot' thx- Ullll oljfvrefl hy the .xlll!'l'-
'l'hm- tm-ami loses only two ol' its iwftziilair rimiicrs who grmlluitrf
this lvmiiz 'l'lim-re heiizg tl groofl sqimrl left. it looks :ls if they
might will rho viip next yvur, in whivh vnsv. tht- 1-up woillcl hz--
voim- :I ll1'l'lllRlIll'llfllUSSi'SSltllltlflllC'SC'll0Ul.
l'liiw.xR1l .Xm:o'r'r. flllflflltlill.
lQ.xxx'l:icNc'lf1 li.xNimi,i,, ,'lllIIlIlffl'I'.
lf'. H. S. Opponent
Pennell at Freeport: Won by Pennell ........................ 37 18
Cape Elizabeth at Cape Elizabeth: Won by Freeport 24 33
Gorham Normal at Gorham: Won by Freeport ........ 28 29
f'ox1fl-'1:iixt'l41 Nl l"l4I'l'S
Won by Pennell Institute at Won by Freeport at Freeport
Gorham Freeport .......................,............. 35
Pennell Institute ,....... . 33 Pennell Institute ..... ,. 36
Freeport .......,.,.... .... 5 3 Scaiboro ............... 75
Scarboro ....,...... .... 6 5 Windham .. 79
Windham .....,...... . 71
Pape Elizabeth .... .... 1 27
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ll. liznmlull .L lilawlistoiii-
H. lJ2lll"YlllIllt' C. lllricksoii
fl. lVinslow ll. 'l'11Itl4-
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Hi: l'm':u-of-li f1'Hll1'ilNiiIls1' pm-1111: "Su szlvv 'Venn' vrivs fm' I
Mr'.Xllisr4-1' ll"l'0114'l1 IU: "Uv haul iii his 1'iQ'ili'il2lIl4i an straw
hut :mel an hli'gvs:1i:lfi lmwl in his h-iff lmml whivh XV2lSflV1'l'ii0XV'
ing' with l'll1iiVf'.u
Nliss Litth-: "Wlmt111-1-Ywiifluiiug,wriringgmiflu-lniililiiigf'
liill ll.: "Yrs, sir."
Miss Litfh-: ",Xi'vii't,w11 usliziiiic-cl uf'v4rl1i's0l'f'f"
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Ihll: "X cs, lm! I ilnhnf hmsh lf.
llill ll. H114-ulliwil imw-tiiigii "HHXX'4ill.Y1ill kimw shr' NV2lllfS
J 1: Royal: "I iwwi' sam' niiymiv who miirl11'f."
llilth Stuwr fi'1l'l'Ill'ii U: UNIZHIRIIIIV, ,Will 1-xpr-4-T tu ho king
l':1f Qin ilisfm',x'J: UII1- rliilllllllvfi fil0:QUY0l'1llIl0llfr10lllUiili1lQ
'Miz Pwnc-fwk: "Whir'h Ill'fNilll'l'S Ihv lu-ffm-1' ntlilf-tvs, linghiiial
in- fiillllil 4
Bill H.: ".I:1pzu1."
1l1lr'1'lx' YHIIIIQ 111:111.
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Miss Xvllliilllwf 'ixvllill 21111 llH'l'l' wziys lin' c':11'i11g1 l.4ll' H10
II1111fv1': HXxv2lFll, g1'r'11sr' :1111l si1111111izc'."
Miss l,iI'flv: "Y1111 sm- llufulqlqm-Olvilig is gfvftiilg elm-1-Iwi' illlll
l'1-1'1'i1-1': "'l'llK'1'l' lllllSl lw illl 011ml SUlllPXVllf'l'i'.7i
Miss Willizims: nxilllll' 2111 i111'v11tiu11 tl1:1f wiwlcs lay 111r1:111s
wil :111 1'll'4'l!llflll2lQ1lll'l.u
Ilill ll.: "l'Il1'r'r1'i1'f'l111i1'."
ll111111'1': "l'flw-t1'i1-ifvx' is ilu- SlllllllK'Sl llllllg' ill ilu' w111'l1l if
Q - - -Q
v1111 ilmi I' IQ111111' z111x'fl1111L1' 111111111 11.
Miss Willinimsz "Wl1:11 ilu 14111 Q-1'1111' ill IYHIII' Q1ll'll1'll 'fu
Mr. ll. llll 2ISSf1llllll'X' li "ll1's111'f'I11s4'1':l'1r'11ll ymir I1-1-tlw
l1ll'1l 1'11l1'1'i11"' flu- llllilllilln H
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l111s: fully 1'111111t111g l111g1'1'sl.
Miss l.11fl1': "M 1-ll. lirltf, limi' ulil :11'1- .YHII in
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Miss l,.: "lim-111-1' st'1'1lqr- ull flu- llIll'.
Ili-il l'llSllillQl' fl'll'1'Ill'll Ill: L'l11 tlw 1':lI'l'l2lQ0 wi-1-41 Iwo
11111111 ll l111rl11l1-vssf-11 ill flu- Silllll' lI'ilX'f'lillgC'lISTlllll1'.u
M1', l,1':lf'Hc'liI uxxvlllll wus rliv 'lilII'li w111si1l111'r-il lN'l'1ll'1' Ilif-
'l'2ll1'f "l'i1'-1'-1'-1' l11xj.'l"
Wi11il'1'1-il l'11sl1i11Q' fin lfliglisli Ill: "Silas Xlill'Ill'l' 11':1s illl
Miss Willi:1111s: "What is 1I111sq11f11'v111' tml!"
VM1: l,4'ill'Hl'liI "I M wi- l1:1x'f' 1110 SfillgwtlllS0lI11llUll?'.
ll:1l1'y1111nI1-: "S111'r-. Snluiiifni l.vvi."
'l'll la' C1111 lil UN
ll. 'lm-lcsmi lin llmiivsfic- Scif-inf-1-lr "l'm'li grows mm cows."
liill llzimlzillz "What was lllili' ilIlll0lll'll'K'lllf'lll' M11 l'0:u'm-li
Mifvlii "'llllt'l'l' will luv im svlioul S2llIIl'4l2l'V.u
.lvssiv Stnwi' Q l"i'c-mln Il l 1 "'l'li0 vziiwui' of .lmui nf Xu- was
iw-111' Ou-iiffiil until llUI'1ll'NTl1.u
Vvl. lin Sliiwtlmiifl II J 2 "Wl1v11 l was al lifflc- inlay."
Miss Little-: "Wlmt is am iiivoivm-. Miss l,2lffO1'SHll 5"
l':1f lin wllispcrxlz "Gosh l"
Miss .xSllXVlil'flII 'Wvlly iliws zi limi vovrii' lim' Oggs wifli lwi'
liill llzmiliill lin sfzigc- wliispvrl: "Su llwy Wullif QI'lA sim-
M iss .Xsliiwiiliz "Winn might ilvtvi' liroin m1v's lmppiiivss
llriff: "'l'lis-5' miglif lizlvi- smile- work fu flH.li
.Xrf Millvr: "NNW 'vim sm' lllrwn 1-in-lOs."
Miss A. lzil' play 11-l1f':i1'sz1ll 2 iiXVllI'l'C' ilu you vmiic' in 111-xf.
V1'l.! nfl. ll. Siill' ll4nm'.N
llQll'l'lUl liviiiwtt lin Ilmm- l'l4'Ull0llll1'SlI "Maximal Uli-for
---111' I 11192111 Miss llzuyf'
Miss xVilll:llllS2 "Wliivl1 lizis lIll5l'l' 1'vsisTzii1c'c-. fliis ui' This?"
l':2lI'l0 Mitvlic-ll lrvmling iii lfnglisli lVl: "ll1- who pri'-
surves fl3l'l'Sl'Vf'l'l'Sl will limi Il plum- iii flm win-lil."
.Xrf M illi-1-2 "M r. llrift, lllll ilu' 1'2llllll1l2ll'i'S 1111 flux ll0:ll'll.M
Miss 1Xsl1wu1'tl1: "Wind wus Si-mfs gm-at 11'llSf2lli0 in liffi Y'
Hunter: "Wi-ll, I ilmff know wlic-flu-1' it was :1 iuistnkc lil'
1101, lnif lm gm lll2lI'l'l1'1l.u
J 0 If ES'
Miss Williams fgiving oxuinplol : i'l'l0ll1' girls were walking
along the street with their arnis linked together 011 the side-
Would lt BQ Serious lf:
livniigvliiio rvfnswl to look nf Il follow?
li'4-116-vziliic' fosr-llool on Timo?
Artlinr will "those" iiistrzul of Htlienin?
Laura lmevannv a Hirt?
llzuiicl Tuttle forgot To stumly 4
liowis Porvier lu-1-zliiiv ai liookkc-1-por?
.lznnos llall lnul his UUlIllIlUl't'ltll .Xriflnnvtio rlono 'K
"Junior" forgot to wukv up 5
Marion forgot to fzulu- lwr lloolikvvping liomv?
'UllC01li7 und -lzunvs wr-rv vauglit passing notm-S?
"lXlitc'l1" forgot tlm way to l'ortor's lizmcling?
4'l5ot" Hatch fllflllif miss flw last mr?
Ilollu Mile-s forgof To pow?
llill Rzmrlall grow np?
.lmm-s was ax vlmroli instvzul of Rl "llz1ll.',
lVillis wus El 4'l'lltlllSf1'2l4l ol' an "l3ilI."
lllilclrc-il wus il day iiistmul of :n 4'Knigl1t."
lflstlier was ilirt lllbllvilll of "Morsm-."
.lack was flo' tom-lim' instmul of "llvWf-vm'."
Lilian was 21 liigll wc-ll iilsfvml of ai "l,ow1-ll."
Malwl was il tombstonv iiisfoafl of El "Blair-lcstoiir-.U
Velma was str-am instead of "Ayer"
"Art" was il lmttcrHy instead of a '4MillPr."
George was in hvnrt instead of :1 "Soul0.,i
HlgI'll1lii was n hoarse iiistvml of sn "f'ofHn."
'l"1':u100s was El vouch insfr-nd of il Mfliisliirigf'
Sherwin was black instead of "Brown,"
Donald was a meadow instead of a 'tField.'7
Raymond was a lialf-hroolc instead of a t'l'lolbrook.
Edna was false instead of f'True.7'
George was a tisher instead of a t'Hunter."
.lohn was a grouse instead of a "Crouse-.H
llarriet was at miller instead of a 4'l3rower."
Albert was suprr-nie instead of HRoyal.'7
"Dot" was a lily instead of a 4'Reid."
Martha ,lane was a fm rfumz instead of a "l.und."
Laura was roeky instead of Hshoreyfl
Guy could swim instead of "Rowe.l'
Music Box Revue
"Hail, Hail, thc- Gang's All Here" Assembly
"My 'Last Cigar", , "Art" Miller
"The Vacant Ollflllqw Edith Strout
"Her ldright Sinilc- llaunts Mo Stilll' c'Bus" Britt
'4lVhy D0n't They Play NVith llle ?'7 Evangeline
'tllarby and Joan" Clyde and Ruth
t'Eve1'ybody llovos My Girl" - Sherwin 'Brown
"The Girl l lleft llehiud Mo" tin lV0sthrookj Mr. Jensen
Wllogether llle Two" "Art" and "Vial"
'The longest lVay llouud ls the Sweetest NVay Home" "Mitch"
"Henry Made a l,21l'V Out ot Lizzie" "Abiel' Abbott
f'The Lightning lCxpi'c-ss" f'Bill" Brown
'tDon't Vllako Me Up, llet Mo lJreann," A. Royal
t'Give lilo the lelight to llove Youv 'fldrucll' Coffin
"Ani I lllasting My Time On You Y" 'tllarryn Randall
'Too Latel' "Red,' flushing
"One Fleeting Hour" Noon llour
t'Cupid Astrayv Della Milos
'tlfiss Mo Quick, And Goa' "Dot" Thompson
"lVlu-re ls My 'Wondering' Roy 'l'onig'lnt" milieu" Tuttle
HI Don't Believe lt" "Poky" Foss
t'Hu1'ray for the lrishv Hllappyv Hunter
"Our Bungalow ot ll1'0fl1TISU t'Marge" and 'tlllitclll'
"On Weary Feet" "Don" Field
'fDon't Turn My Picture to the VVQW' Sumner Stanton
4'Don't Feel Sorry for No" . James Hall
'iAnvil Uhorus" Manual Trzxining
'4Our Boys lVill Shine" 'Boys' li. B. Team
HPz1ddle Your Own f'2lll0077 Freshmen
'4Swing Low Sweet F'lmriot" Ilewis Pervior
"Perform dlluyw June 14
"XVh011 flfllllllly Counts lXlill'K'lllllQ Horne" Clariee Curtis
Ulljtllrfll Stitoh is il Thought oi' You, I,02ll',7 Doris Jackson
'CAH1-e, VVl1vre Art Thou 'fu Richard -ESt2lbl'0Ok
i'Oh Dear, Nvhilt Can the 'Mutter Ile Y" Esther Osgood
4'f'ounting' the Days" Seniors
"We know our love of joking,
We're sometimes foolish, we fear:
But try and be patient with us,
For we won't be here next year."
"Variety is the spice of life."--"Am" MILLER.
"Our Chief Editor reminds us
That our jokes are to make you roar:
A laugh to show us your kindness
Though you've heard these jokes before."
"I will leave large footprints on the sands of time."-DoN FIELDS.
"The more they come they worse they act."-FIcEs1rMEN.
"I stand in readiness lest Cupid should pass me by."-DELLA MILES.
"Skilful alike with tongue and pen."-"Bos" Bmw.
"In the spring young IHGIIYS fancy lightly turns to the thoughts of
love."-"Bus" AND BILL R.
"Ask me not to quiet keep, Fm never still unless asleep."-THELMA
"I cannot check my girlish blush, my color comes and g0eS."-LAURA
"I question but you answer not,"-Miss Asnwonrn.
"Fair-haired, blue-eyed, his aspect blithe,
His figure tall and straight and lithef'
"They say low: makes the world go 'l'0llI1d,
But that's not true by farg
For I Hrst saw the world go 'round
When I smoked my first cigar."
FllflH'l'+-I RIIIIUH. FllfllI'I'f-.XI'flllll'.
ljz1stgi'Ivz111g'm'li114-. Pustff "lint" ll.
Ij1'l'SC'llf+NI,Hfu llzilw-11. Past LIN-1'i'. J--KIz11'tl1z1 Jam
l"11f111'r---J'IJut" Ifzm-il. Fllfll1'l"-FEVIIIIQWIIHC.
" Vw!" .ilarlfm lllllll'
l.,1'0Sl'llf I,I'l'2'lNlH. I,l't'SOIlf'fP2lIll.
Pr0s011tf"1XI:11'g1'." Pl'1'SUllff"IJOfu 'l'l1r1111psm1.
lflltlirf-f"KIz11'g'v." l"l1tl11'1-f -"lint" 'lxll01llliSU1l.
Millvi' T111-s lurid 11101-0 Nyc-1:
Buy 21 Mitclmll, you 02111 I,ii1'kCl' :111ywl1v1'ci.
lloyal VlIll'IllT2lf0l'S Harish 1l10l'0 cllivks.
A11d0I'S0I17S Jewc-Iry Shop, BIak0's Watches.
.Xlml10t'S Garage, Ylfxpvrt 1'vpz1i1' work. Agmlcy for Hzlskvli
G11ptill's Bvality l'a11'lu1-glixpi-1't Hair Waving 211111 Holmlmin,
F is for Freshmen so green and bold.
R is for Raymond whom teachers never scold.
E is for Ernestine so dainty and so small.
E is for Edna with a smile for all.
P is for Paul who is backward and shy.
0 is for Osgood who breezes right by.
R is for Ralph who can never keep still.
T is for Tate who lives on the hill.
H is for Howard who works all the time.
l is for Ink you buy for a dime.
G is for Grab which we do to the ink.
H is for Henry who must have quietness to think.
is for Sumner so 'pleasant and fair.
is for Clyde who is here and there.
IS for Hunter so jolly and gay.
is a word which we often say.
is for Oliver near and far.
is for Lewis who comes in his car.
My Scart Nzlilm-cl to tlnc l"loorl"lI1ls" llritt.
To Know lVl1y the f12lllll'l'2l liroko-All of US.
.X llookkr-uping Nlil1'lllll0-'l.l'XVlS Vvrvicr.
More lVork in lioolckcopirlg l lf Bliss Little.
More Sll't'll"hvllllll01'l, llllfill.
KloroHm'sl1cy llarsfhlr. flmrsc-11.
No YEXZIIIIS, no .X'l:fl'l'll1Nlll Sessions, linmllt-ss lic-ccssus, mul all
s on Our liilllli 1'zlrcls-f.Xss0lnl1ly.
.X 'lxl'lCllll0llU'UlAl1'l"Y.7 liilllllilll.
A llc-nrt, No lim-wzml i,ll.t'l'l'll. lt ls Gone I+'or0rc1-e-.launvs
ll ill. ,
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THA' f,'l,,1 1.21 UN
X 'll0flflf'll02ll' i11 My flll2ll1'1'3l1'. li'Qacnc'k.
X hY2ll'lUf'X' ot Szlfctv Pins-hlr. l'c'avnc'k.
Ten Commandments Of
Freeport Hiqb School
Vlllltlll shalt not ask porniission lmofnrf- taking: a vac-ation.
Vllllfjll shalt vat in school in cn-rlor that than lllily grow tat.
'l'hon shalt iivvm' mln tnllalv that whlvh tlnni might lceavm
'l'hnn shalt slimlc' nlnwn thu hanistvrs in 0l'Clf'l' that thnn niax
saw tho stairs. l
Thou shalt crowd around the Oancly haslwt Oach recess.
'l'hou shalt slvvp in sc-hool if thou wvrt out the night hcforf
Thou shalt not study it suvh an act llltt'l'l:Q1'1'S with
'llliun shalt jump over the sc-als it' it mlm-s not please thvc to
walk arrmntl thmn.
lhun shalt walli un tht- lawn at all tina-s.
lf thou linnlm-st anytliing on thy llm-slc that than tlost no
want thou shalt slain it at thy lli'lQllllHl'lH lmaml.
'lllm lllust Iunplllall' l1u'x'+'t.Xl't'l hllll1'1'.
'l'hv must popular gil'lg"llr-ll" Vnshlng
'l'la- hvst looking' lnnlx'-Slllllll0l' Stanton.
'llhv untvst gi1'l-flint" rllllUlllIJS1lll.
'l'hC lwst girl altllll-t4-fullullll CllSlllll:Lf.
The host Sl'll0l2l1"rllllf'll1lZl llingrose.
'l'hc tzlllvstf-f"lXl1lu"' Min-lmll.
host siligc-1'7l71'a1icf-s flllislllllg.
lwsi story fl'll01'fTAllll'Cll Groves.
ln-st lllllllrlilk-7H,TjllC,7 J'0ll1lS0ll.
host spellc-rwN:u'tlm Qlauu- llunld.
svllool wlif'gBl1s" Britt
ln-si helmvwl boy-"lla11', Tuttle.
lu-sf lic-lialvm-cl g'l1'lS-lllllllllllil Tll11f.Ql'llS07 llzmru Shorey
sr-llool Clit-llllfTj0llillll lilielcl.
typic-ul Slfllflllllffhlrltlllv Tuttle.
lmesf ll1lllll'O4l7lJtlllllld Fielml.
most liilSll'l:lll girl-l.z1urz1 Sl1Ul'1'y.
most lmsliful lnoy-.'X1'fl1111' Osgood.
lluppiest lmy-lloimlll Field.
lmppim-st g'irlfUli0d" flushing.
gn-ritest Sllli'TJCTTSIIIIIIICI' Stanton.
A wonum l12ltOl'TTl0llillCl lilielrl.
l largest fevtflloiiulcl Fielml.
selmol fl02l,i'Ull--nl,Allin Tuttle.
Smiles are like the sunshine,
Which gives us nice warm daysg
They help us to brighten many folks
In many different. Ways.
There are smiles that makes folks happy,
There are smiles that makes folks sad,
But when it comes to smiling,
It is best to make folks glad.
Keep smiling in the morning
And smile again at noon,
And smile again when evening comes,
So smile the whole day through.
I. ZHENSIIAW, '30.
Q Exchange 2:5
'llhis 1-1litio11 of tho i'1,.111111N ii111ls l". H. S. with siXt1ro11
svhools 1111 our ,l'iXi'll2lllg,1'l' List. W1- wish to thzmk thosf' s1'l1ools
who hzivo s1-11t IIS 111:1g11zi111-s or 1121110114 211111 hopo tl11'.x' will C011-
ti11111' i11 th1'i1' spirit of 1'o-op1'1':1tio11 with 11s.
'l'hos1-is1'l1ools 1111 Ulll' 1-x1'l11111g'1' list i111rl111l1-:
Thr' 1lll'!I'Ol', lil'l'lllI 'High S1:l1ool, il'301'li11. X. H.
.XII 1'x1-1-ll1111t 1D2llJ1'l'. Your lit1r1'111"v 4ll'1D2ll'll1lK'lll' is 051112-
'l'l11' f'l'1'-W'l'll,f, l,1-11 .Xl'ilfll'lll,V, Loc, N:1i1111.
W111-11'o1'1-1l Your 1111'so11z1ls illlll 1o1't1'v.
.I . . .
Tim Jll1'.s.w1l1:11slr1'1f l1'1',1pl1', Vvillizlllls High Svhool, Uz1klz1111l. Mo.
Your 1-ssuys Zllltl sto1'i1zs 111-11 i11t111'1-stiing. Vlllll' s1-hool 1li1'1f1--
tory is 21 good i1l1-11. NV1- 11111 glml to 111l1l .x'o111' school to 1:111-
'l'l11' l:0IllIlI4I'IlILg, ,l"lill1'IU2lX lligh Sf'llHUl, Fz1i1'fz1x, South ljkllififil.
Wo 1-11j11y1'1l 1'1'z11li11g 'VUIII' 1121111-1's v111"x' lllll4'll. Why not
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I have u friend, his name is Bill,
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lf he wcren't here there-'rl he the rub:
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Ho is n1y friend-the Dollar Bill!
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April is on the way
With promises of Mayg
March winds have ceased their blowing,
The hillside snows are going,
April, with gentle showers,
Brings forth the sweet mayflowersg
Promises, so tiny and bright,
Push up to the snn's warm light.
Daffodil buds unfold
Their petals yellow as gold.
The grass is turning green.
No more cold snow is seen,
For April's on the way
With promises of May.
T11if:l.M.x RlNtllL1lSl4I, '28,
Spring, spring, merciless spring,
Snow and mud and everything:
Now the frost is 1-oming out,
The autos do not run about
As they used to go,
Through the winter and through thu snow.
Spring, spring, beautiful spring.
Now the birds begin to sing,
And the little violets blue
Walt sweet fragrance to you.
None of these could possibly grow,
Through the winter and through the snow.
Llxwicicxmc RANn,xl,r,, '28
. l ll I 'li' l.'TlNla',Il I9'.Y7'N
Specializing on Paint and Varnish
WE ARE MOREABLE TO FILL
YOUR MANY WANTS
THAN A STORE CARRYING MANY LINES
Known The World Over For Purity
GLASS - PUTTY - OILS - THINNERS
Frank E. Merrill
Middle Street, Freeport, Maine
C. L. MITCHELL
Tobacco of All Kinds
FREEPORT 2 2 2 MAINE
THE HLA RION
Compliments of . , .
J. E. Varney
MASSAGES AND SHAMPOOS
Tel. 52-2 Freeport, Me
SERVICE AND SUPPLIES
Al1l'lv'l.'fl'lSla'.Ill I I S
W. H. SQULE
F REEPORT, MAINE
IVI. T. COLLINS
I N STR UCTI ON
J. 13. HAM eo.
W, W. TITCOVIB, Mgr. Telephone ll
GRAIN, FEED and FLOUR
F REEPORT, MAINE
ARE YOU SENDING THE WHOLE CHILD T0 SCHOOL?
Competent authorities state, 'A
that fully seventy-five percent Q
ol the so-called backward or
stupid children in our public K jf.
schools are in that class be- . ,ws 1,
cause of defective vision. ln 435 11" 1 5
these days of early education, ' ' . ,
it is important that every child Nfl. X . N',i it be-' f "
should be examined by a reli- P' ' A
able Optometrist or Oculist 'iffy' -NV: . , . L,
before being sent to school. n l l"4 1 Zwil, l
Neglect of this important duty llm 'll' ' lll' xl, 1
may result in a life time of , l x , m
eye troubles. Frequently the
wearing of glasses for a few years in childhood will obviate the
necessity of wearing them in later years.
We welcome you to come in with the children and make sure
if they or yourself need glasses.
OPTICIAN and OPTOMETRIST
15 Main Street Freeport, Maine
Every Tuesday l l A. M. - 5 P. M.
If you wish an appointment for evening please call or phone 15-4 before 5 P. M.
Compliments of - - -
Qi BURR'S GREE HOUSES
.fl D lf'la'rl.!T1SIEMJCNTS
STUART 8: CLEMENT
Town Building - - Brunswick, Maine
Compliments . . .
Watch Repairing, Jewelry, Engraving
Compliments of . . .
Freeport, ---- Maine
Dry Goods and Millinely
o A. F. HUNTER
WHEN IN BRUNSWICK STOP AT THE
EATON HARDWARE CO.
Fishing Tackle Baseball Goods
Radios and Parts Sporting Goods
Oil Stoves Building Materials
Separators and Churns
Crockery and Kitchen Furnishings
A D V10 HTIS l0MEN'l'S
We make a specialty of Suits and Furnishings for
Young Men and Boys. We solicit your patronage.
J. W. 8: O. R. PENNELL
Tel. 445W 50 Maine St.
Walsh's Barber Shop
FREEPO RT, : : MAINE
THE CLA RIDON
Wilbur F. Browne, D. D. S.
OVER POST OFFICE
BRUNSWICK - MAINE
F. W. CHANDLER 6: SON
Wall Papers, Athletic Goods, Stationery,
Souvenirs, Toys, etc.
Corona, Royal, Remington Portable Typewriters
The Store on the Corner
fri? Orthophonic Victrolas
MRS. K. M. WELCH
I A ffffW1
T 12 Green St. Freeport, Me.
We acknowledge with thanks that the following
merchants of our town have paid for a third page adver-
tisement ancl given us the space for other purposes.
WiIbur's Drug Store
IVI. E.. Averill
A. P. Winslow
W. V. Cole
C. R. Marston
D. B. Bibber
A. W. AUSTIN
Authorized Hudson-Essex Dealer
New and Used Cars Always in Stock
Flour, Teas and Coffees
Confectionery and Tobacco
Vlusic, Flowers, Plants
l68 Main Street Freeport, Maine Telephone
Compliments of . . .
I. Arthur Stowell Post
Hatch's Cash Market
A pleased customer is our best advertisement
MEATS and GROCERIES
,1 D VM IH 'lSla',llENfl'b'
S. I-I. Fitts
HAY, STRAW and LUMBER
COFFIN'S BARBER SHOP
30 years in Business
SHIRLEY L. ANDERSON
Permanents Marcel Waving A Specialty Shampooing
Scalp Treatments Facials Manicuring
Telephone 298W For Appointments
1 l Pleasant St. Brunswick, Me.
PERCY C. PRATT
Tel. 43-l l Freeport
H. W. Vamey
WHEN IN BRUNSWICK
BE SURE AND CALL ON
STAND IN FRONT OF ELM STREET
ll 19 VI!!-ZTI S IMI ICNTS
. Dillingham Market . .
Meats, Fish, Vegetables, Fancy
"KING ARTHUR" FLOUR
FREEPORT, MAINE Telephone I8
Compliments of . . .
Freeport Paper Box
1. S. SKILLIN
THE CLA lil ON
G A M E S
CARDS EOR ALL OCCASIONS
S H E E T P A P E R
N A P K I N S
B O O K S
c. B. CALDWELL, Prop.
Depends on carefully planned
PLUMBING and HEATING
Consult Us About Your Home
F. A. TAYLOR, FREEPORT, MAINE
Compliments of . . .
Freeport Poultry Show
December 4, 5, 6, 1928
.lll I 'la'l.'fl'lSl0ill li'1V'l'h'
Dean C. Eaton, D. M. D.
Soule and Kilby Real Estate Co.
SHORE FARMS A SPECIALTY
Fav-mx Cliff!! u
YimbrarIaml.w Vifluge Prnpe
FREEPORT, MAIN E
Federal Road, Opposite Dyer's Garage
Co pllfi cenniis of itlluo
Freeport Wet Wash
Tfllf CLA ISION
You will find this, at all times, a store of new ideas, actuated
by a sincere desire to serve you with the best merchandise at
the lowest prices, and each clay it presents new wonders in
things to wear and things for the house.
COME IN AND SEE US
Porteous, Mitchell Xt Braun Co.
1VIaine's Leading Department Store
Statement of the condition of the
LEVVISTON TRUST CCNIPAINIY
As it existed at the close of business
December 31, 1927
Loans and Discounts . . . ,,......,.............. .... S6 ,458,32Z.5l
Stocks and Bonds ........ .........,. . l,307,860.77
Cash on Deposit .......,. . . 245,427.44
Cash and Due from Banks .... . . 175,757.49
Real Estate ............. .... 5 0,766.59
Trust lnvestments . . ..........,.... ..... 6 80,753.25
Capital Stock ..... .................. ..... S 7 5,000.00
Surplus ............ . . 250,000-00
Unclividecl Profits. . . - - . I48,337.l4
Deposits .,........ .7.564,797.66
Bills Payable ..... . . 200.000-00
58238, l 34.80
Trust Department ..... . - 680,753.25
8,9 l 8,888.05
We have been making shoes in Freeport
continually for 56 years.
H. E. Davis Company
Siimnce 31. 72
Our Leade rs:
DAVIS NEW PROCESS
CRUMBS OF COMFORT
THE NIAGARA LINE
Wall Papeil for 1928
Come in and look them over
Wm. W. Fish
I C I5 C PQ ISA NI
AS You uma IT
MADE Poss1BLE BY
Soda Fountain Equipment at
L. S. SOULE
Trucking and Baggage Transfer
3 Trips a Day to So. Freeport
AGENT FOR AMERICAN EXPRESS
. I I? I 'la' l.'7'li9'la'Jl ENTN
Libby 86 Lane
THE J. E. DAVIS CO.
92 Maine St. Brunswick, Maine
Are you acquainted with this STORE? If not, you
will find it decidedly worth while to become so. They
carry a beautiful line of Wearing Apparel for Ladies,
Misses and children. They give full measure, and full
value. It is the DEPENDABLE STORE. You get what
you pay for.
THIS CLA Rl ON
HASKELL 8x JONES CO.
Shop at I-IAY'S - It Pays
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION
TWO DRUG STORES- E5TABL'D 1841
Street Lwmrs Loon Fon THE. 3-H QUALITY MARK Street
,fl D V1s'Rfl'lSls'M ENTS
CHILDREN NEED MILK
Orcler sweet wholesome milk and cream from tubercu-
line tested cows to be left at your door claily.
E. W. CONANT
Village Centre Farm
Main Street, Freeport, Maine
F. L. DALRYH PLE
Coal and Ice
Carroll B. Skillin
Freeport Motor Sales
Lovely New Hosiery
Hose that give Servicee-Satisfaction-Style, because
they are made with every feature for style and wear. They
are extra sheer, full fashioned, with invisibly reinforced
heels and garter tops. The shades have been especially
selected to blend with the new costume colors now in vogue.
Special at 51.98 a pair
BRUNSWICK, - - MAINE
.fl D V ERT! SEMENTS
lVlitchell's Cash Store
- Florence Oil Stoves and Heaters
Freeport - - - Maine
ELMER L. PORTER
Lumber, Doors, Windows, Paints, and Oils
Lowe Bros'. Paints, Paroid Roofing
Telephone 74 Freeport, Maine
Co lpllii ennfts coli .. ., .
J., HD Collllitme Resftaunneamnit
50 items of footwear, apparel and
other specialties for the fisherman
and motor camper, including tents
and motor equipment.
L. L. BEAN
I- 'T AMY
SERVICE SAFETY SAVING
Represents the endeavor and record of the following leading insurance
companies specializing in Auto, Fire and Life Insurance.
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY
GRANITE STATE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
SPRINGFIELD F. 8: M. INSURANCE COMPANY
DIRIGO MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
FITCHBURG MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
MIDDLESEX MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
BOSTON CASUALTY COMPANY
PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ROYAL INDEMNITY COMPANY
CENTRAL SURETY AND INSURANCE CORPORATION
Dependable Insurance is the Highway of Service and Security.
E. H. DAVIS Insurance Agency, Freeport, Maine Tel. 35
just off the press, showing over
A D VERTISEMENTS'
The Freeport Press
lnvoices 1 Booklets
Envelopes TELILPHONE Price Lists
Index Cards Office Forms
Order Blanks Letter Heads
Advertising Blotters Direct By Mail Adv.
Business Announcements 55-I I Folder Announcements
-I I I l I I I l I I I I1
A. F. Brehaut Co.
We invite your inspection of the large stock of
fashionable new merchandise assembled here.
COATS, DRESSES, SILKS, LINGERIE,
SILK HOSIERY, GLOVES
and hundreds of equally interesting items for Graduating
Misses will be found here.
L.. .. .. .. .. .J
WITH OUR NEW
It is possible to make sittings at any time re-
gardless of light and with most pleasing results
The cost is no more to you.
It is part of our good service.
.PIL D Vlu'IIT'lSlHIEN7'H
The Cloverdale Company
Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality
Ill Maine Street, Brunswick, Maine
A. P. Royal, Mgr.
GREY'S PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
390 CONGRESS ST., NOAH E. RANKIN, Prin.
Business, Shorthand, Secretarial
L. E. Curtis
Groceries, Meals and Provisions
fruits and Berries
Local Agent for Chase 6: Sanborn's
Teas and Coffees
FREEPO RT MAINE
SI10ES and CLOTHING
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