Freeport High School - Clarion Yearbook (Freeport, ME)

 - Class of 1932

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EE The Clamon Vol XXXV Freeport, Mama une 1932 Knovvled e Power' "QSM AK 1 fl- X i"" .--5 E U LIIIBJLQ ll MALE Ed1tor1al Board Ed1tor ln chief Lois Lund Assistant Id1tor 111 chief Sh1rlev Pacl ard Busmess M'1n'1ge1 Pobcrt By1am Fmnklm Gould Literary Fd1tor Loulse Hall Assistant Literary Editors Ellen Varney Cyrus Thompson Clrculating Manager Marlon Cushmg Assistant C11 culatmg Manager Alma Dan1els Ed1tor1als Ca1ol5 n Mason Athletlcs Comics Calendax Stat1st1cs Alumni Exchange Staff Artlst W11da Perry W'1nthrop Stowell Elizabeth Row e Robelt Ixllby Thelma Packard George Curt1s Do11s Anderson Lyle Smith Shuley Packard THE JOY OF ACCONIPI ISHNIENT A great deal of the Joy in lite consists 1n doing pelfectlv or at le'1st to the best of your ab1l1ty owc1yth1ng winch you UYlllL1 take Solvmgz a p1oblen1 1n xlgcbm 1111 nt be COmD'1lOll to a contest between 50111 self utes of effort you achiexe the coucct an swer as shown 1n the back of the book Vou have won the contest If not the book w1ns There IS the same sense of satisfaction 1n w1nn1ng' a contest of th1s k1nd '1s IH w1nr11n a baseball game You haue conque1ed If vou go 1nto the history class w 1th a thor ough knowled e of your lesson you feel confident and at ease The Qll9St1OI1S that the teacher asks do not bothex you at all and when you go out of the class you feel as though something had been accomplished No matter what lt lg your da1lx work a tennis stroke a basketball play 1f you have done lt well It n1akes you1 hea1t sw ell w1th a cert'11n sense of p11de The supe1f1c1al n1an who leaxes h1s wo1k 1n a slipshod half lin 1 hed cond1t1on can nex er know the Joy of surveymg a work which 19 rounded full exact complete 1n all 1ts pa1ts It IS only when wo1k 1s half done that lt IS labol When It IS all done It leaxes a sense of efiic1ency which IS akin to a1t F . . . 1 H l l l Lb ' I I' X -, - X I A 'af 5 F, ,-, 1 ' f VN a ' -- '-..,a , z -... 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' r . sk: ' v v ' 'K , , . , 5 ' ' sn L 7 , , ,, ' K1 U ' ' 1 4 ' ' Ax H ' v . . , , , ., Page Srvc The Clarron SCHOOL LIBRARY A vvelcome renov atron has been mstrtuted m the School Lrbrary thrs yefrr The books had been scattered over the vfrrrous rooms They have now been collected and placed rn vv hat vv as formerly known as the Book I oom Thrs Book Room vvas a sort of store house full of assorted Junk and a few text books It has novy been cleaned furmshed vvrth more shelves a magazrne rack, sev eral chans and the lrbrarv table formerlv rn the Marn Room Our small stock of books partly fills the shelv cs on two srdes Although thls room IS small rt vvould be rdeal for our needs rf rt vvere only heated rn some vvay On nrce sprmg days when ev ery one else rs enjoyrng the warm arr, the patrons of the lrbrary shrver rn therr shoes and leave xts othervvrse pleasant precrncts for vvarmer reglons A complete change rn the frlmg and mdex mg sy stem has also been made and the sys t m now rn use rs much srmpler and more adaptable to our small hbrary than the former one These changes were all com plete by March and the lrbrary rs now open durmg, school hours and one hour after school on Monday, Fuesday Wednesday and 'lhursday afternoons The Co operatrve L1 brary Assoclatron hrres a student lrbrarran and an frssrstant to care for the lrbrary and rssue books Qurte a brt of material rs novv avarlable comprrsrng about 370 volumes of hrstory, crvrcs brography poetry drama classrcal ilctron Qsuch as have been used as texts rn Lngu h classesl oconomrcs translatrons, etc tlrrcc sets of cncvclopedras and other rcicrcnce books subscrrptrons to the IN tlOllZ1l Geograplnc, Our Dumb Ammals, IX.r ure Magazrne Scrence News Letter, Scholastrc Coach and to the Oiflcral Organ of the Unrted States Government The Umted States Darly and a travelrng lend rug lrbrary of 00 volumes loaned by the Marne State Lrbrary The chref lack IS rn the hctron department Several k1nd frrends have loaned or donated materral whlch was hrghly apprecrated Any more offers of the same kmd espccrally m the fictron depart ment, would be of great benefit to the school Another thmg whrch would add hr hly to the efflcrencv of the lrbrary IS subscrrptrons to good magazrnes such as The Lrterary Drffest the Readers D1 gest The Amerrcan Boy The Amerrcan Gul Screntrfic Amerrcan, etc GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP It s that referees fault He favors th srde all the trme grumbles one player 'reh and that trme he called the foul on me vvlren that guard bumped rrght mto me I s pose that vvas farr vorees another Say d1d you see me bang that forward on the nose? Im glad I drd She s always 1'JLlSl'1lY10' me 'Well mavbe they d1d Wm, but they drclnt deserve to Gosh I had the vvorst headache durmg the vvhole last half I couldn t do anythmg So they came home beaten But would you have called them beaten rf they had sard, It was a farr' and square game They rl ved better than wc drd thats all '7 Ot course not You cant down anybody Wlth that kmd of sp1r1t Come on Play the frame rlght Play rt That s the spurt that wms always IINDIVIDUAI ISM Before befmnmg thrs edrtorral rt mrght be vv ell to define the vv ord Indryxdualrsm Accordmg to Webster 1nd1v rdualrsm means The quahty or state of bemg mdrvrdual self mterest W'e shall go no farther rn Webster because self mterest rs the term for whrch vve were lookrng Why cfrn t vve have thls state of berng m drvrdrrrl thrs state of self mterest rn the school'7 Of course we cant expect every man to slnft for hrmself all of the trme because thrs vvorld was not made for total Independence but rt rs meant that he should try to help l'llIllS6lf occfrsronallv It seems that there rs rn any school a feehng among some of antr rndryrdualrsm Maybe they, of thrs seemrngly antr 1l'ld1 vrdualrstrc spurt have tr red to get ahead but rf seems more than lrkelv that they are Just plarn lazy Havmg once found that by carefully approachmg some one else, who , . , .Q . . .y - - , , - 4: ' ' H cz s - . 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Q Q,-, 5 --. so K SN WI N..'Q"" 'i- 4 is X X l x- - ,f -,si an 3 1 Q IIIQFORY OI' AN FNCI IQH BOOK Onee I xvas new and shlny the COVCI of mx bool lust from the hands of '1 bmder ln tel rl, almost ashamed to shoxv myself Let me tell you how I became thls xvay I x 'ls just one of the great number of books p znktd ln a lalge room One day I xxas put alnollff others ln a lalge bow and taken fol l lollff IIIIL I was takin to FICCDOII Hlefll Qcllool xxhele I IXUS elxell to l lICSlllll'lIl xxllo tvlnllned mx' llcxx coxel lllOIl"lltfLIllX then put lne III the desk Vvltll Ofllili not QUIIC so new I knovx my cox er sholle 'lgalnst ll'lCl1i and I was proud of It B5 the t1I1'18 I had been IH thls school for llJOIlI half a yeal lny COXQ1 had dlmmed selnexxhat My leaxes xxere toln and XX11lllxlCd and I had marks on mv leaves deslffnatlng lessons fol the DIOIIOVV but foleotten after that lesson was passed IH I lllilllt mlnd thls, fO1 they were done ln 1 enell and could be erased, leavlng lne clean fol mv next owner Dlx nexl oxxnel xx 'ls '1 Qlll I could tell bx the xx xx she handled me I xx as soon to knoxv Il llln iol xx lllllll the lllqt xxcek I h'lc on mx lllslde COYCI Mary Loulse Pennlman I dld not mlnd thls, fol the wolds VVGIC xxllttcll neatly and showed that she cared to NWIIIC lllslde my COVCIS Soon she put hel Il lmc on the covel two 111016 IZIIIIGS, and then on the lllblde of the back cover Khan I had done mv xxolk falthfulljy I xx 'ls put ln the desk xxhele IIQWLI books, xxlllth illlcd the places of the old ones, now KIIINIHC l my looks as I had thelr predtcessols the xeal befole Only ral ely was I Hung lnto the dl'lxx 61 because of loxv Enghsh marks Qoon I felt that mx oxx ner xxas lmpfmtlent 1 1 tl 1 ll 1 oll as ITIOIL 'llld mo kll 111 1 llllllill booxs lln lm' on boliom ol thx dn l xx llll ltnud The wul ler 1 flexx hot ut I xx as IILXLI takan lol lll 'lllll Q One d'1v I xx 'ls throxxn ln my desk and lleflld a falexxell f10111 my oxxnel lllonlhs I st xcd lll a loekcd bllllfllllg tlc 1 1 c 1 u nexel llxx IX Ol lxxo XGZIN I had oxx ners xxllo left no Ill lks as to lllcll IKIOIIIIIICHIIOHS I felt shllllled, but the thlld 5931 aftel Mlss Ptnlllllrlns O'xKIlC1Ql1lp I xxas glxen to Ed xx lld Ixxans xxho shoxed me IUIO the desk wlthout looklng at me Because of the pun 19l'1l"l0lll. I recelxed from hlm I dld not try to D7 lke hls study of Lnghsh anv easler Af alll I xx as put 'xxx ax and at the mlddle IOIIII of the next xear I xxas glk en to Fran ces Lee who added hel name to the others on mv COV91 Bx not looklng back at my llfe hlstory, no collslflellllg xx hat mx llltulc IS to be tllllllx I xe had an easv llfe COU1IJ'1I'lI'lg' my self xxlth the otllel books IH the desk I know Ixt had no l181flCl hit than Ix 'lllhoe xxho 1 IIIIOILII much 111016. than I alll The 1 l1l IU ood COIICIIUOII lor lls L Flu ilnelcllt lllstolx l'l'lQ IQCLHIIV told Illf lhlt It ls ll'llllxLil llc lxllx The Mgt la foes not 'w'lC'1lx to us fllOt th t xxe CHIL to l'lt1X0l'll1 lOl xxc lllllll she ls llltellv folclgn to lls 'ls she ls qlllfe IILXX Xkllll no Il1'lllx's to SIOII IILI bllck and ltd cox er I slllcelclv hope I haxe done my duty by the students xxho h'lxe had me and I hope I shlll soon be put to lest Ill some qIllCt colnel of a shelf Fl ances Lee '35 1:4--po '11-up-4-ws-lawns an 1 un-411:11 as :lmao 11:11-11:1-L11-111:11 ll ll o o lnzo t I I ! i -1,1 ! i " - 1 ' ff - G 1 A I . 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L, ' I. , ' I 7 w fl I v ' I ' Y. at v w C M ' ' . 1 he Clarron OV IYINC Ox UNI 5 LXCK Uxlllix X TREF C C x unfer 1l'lUL,C 91'1flX poplar poplr a 1 1 socvrblc tees! m the xr d X coo breeze laden xxxth the sxxeet brerth f floxx ers and scented xxrth a xvhlff of dy mg x Us x t f' f fre sx coo grass unde me xas softer than '1 feather bed and my prlloxx xx 'ls a cushron of xelx ety moss that grexx all around the foot ot that poplfrr Of eourse my 0"1 e centered on the sl x x n ch could be seen through a rrft rn the leaves The sky xxas blue blue blue not the ehangeful blue of xxlnter nor the pale sa erene J 1 through xx hrch floated soft featherv clouds I haxe alx 'rp had a desr e to sxxooo grorrous, ileecy cloud When I xx s told they xx ere only xxet 'md nastx rt gaxe me a great drs pporntment but I lxvays llT1'lf"'lIlC them as they look It seemed thrs afternoon 'rs rt' the sly xx as lo ded xv1th clouds of exery shape and sxze Then I fell to lmagrnrng xxhrt they represe rted There xxas one cloud flo trnff lersurelv past that looked llke an 'rnfrel wrth great arry xxmgs, carrxlng a baby rn her arms, but rt soon changed to '1 camel on rts back and that spelled the prcture entrrely Another cloud ffrandmotlrer Slttlllo' rn masses of heavy xxhne han hear her ieet crouched a llttle boy hrs head on her knee and rn her lap was an open book She xxas probably a of Happ xxlth a blg hump looked lrke an old a chan croxxned xxlth huge Godmother readme' th Boot ss t all C1oodCh1lo1en was the Peepmg betxxecn the clouds s erdev curxe of the new moon barely drs cermble rn the glare or the sunshme Exen then I fancred I eouru see a iace IH lt Irearlng a burst of song aboxe me and rfxncng loxver my gaze rested on a long ng nest xvh1eh must h e belonged to Coldy Orlole and hrs amlly That opened the xx y for nexx diy dreams Hoxv many xxere m that ne " 'lhere cerealnly xxere ome ror Uolexx xxas gmg on .A Page Wme re'1rbV branch 'ls lf hls llttle throat xx ould t l lw '1me'1r ox er the edge of the nest Bu' xxh'1t xxas that strll loxxero Another rest shelte ed by leaves rn the crotch of 1 tree' llama and papa rob1n xxere both carryme xxorms to the llttle peep peeps rn the nest As papa rob1n flew axxay my e5 es followed hrm up, up IHLO the blue Put I xx as mterrupted by my lrttle brother c llmg Trsser trsserl Come help me vu' a xxrttle sand house for my fire txx uck' So I put asrde my day dreams for another trme and turned back agam to the realrtres 'Wy dreams xx1ll keep untrl some other tlme but I am rrcher rn those th n m reahtres for thmgs seen pass away but thrngs unseen are eternal Ellen Varney 33 DOG DXYS AND ADVEN1 URES Dog days' Hoxv xx ell I can IGIHCDIDEI the fun I haxe had xvlth my dog He was a fox hound xxelghed about thufty five pounds was whlte and broxxn wnh bl ck spots brg ears, brown eyes that had a sort of n elfrreho x look ard xva bout 'ms 1 rendry s any nlmal I haxe exer knoxxn I used to get a great kxck out of 20112 huntrng xxrth hrm He xvould run rn all dr re 610115 around me plck up the trall of some ammal and run off and I xvouldnt see a slgn ol hnn for about half 'rn hour then he xx ould come tearmg up the tran o nmd 110 takmf grea caps xx 1th hr tarl xvr gm so xrolentlx that hrs hmd reet seemed to slrp Irom sxde to srde Sometlmes he xxould stick around closer and xxould polnt out squnrels for me to shoot at but he preferred larger game Sometrmes when I xvould be slttmg doxxn re dmc he xxould come 1n and trv to clnnb up mto my lap, but he could fet only hx ieet shoulders and head there In the summer I xxould sleep out m my cent and my doe' hked to sleep wlth me I x ould he doxxn and then he xxould curl up next to me and I xxould go to sleep xxrth the 1 ned xx ltll that doggy smell early IH the mornmg he xxould get up and lap mx face 1 ll I axx ol e and then xx ould glee me Ill real dog iashron 'Y' .TY47 77 I I Wi i 17 'iii'-7 - 1 L ,Y ,PX y , r.', Y, . . -L Y A 4 A I . 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Pa e Ten The Clarxon I always had the feelmg that lf I were to lmxe only ore 111end that I should l1ke it to be a do They a e so fu ldly and true and It seems that they understand how vou feel and change thelr mood to yours Other tunes 1t seems as thou h they are tryxng to talk and you can almost understand what they are trymg to convey to you Cyrus Thompson 32 MESS KGE T0 YOUTH Could I but see the days that are to come And understand the thlngs that I should see Could know what s best to choose of L1fe s array I feel I should not be so whollv free For careless Joys and moments vo1d of thought Come only ere we have our future sought And now perhaps I leave these Joys behlnd To throw myself mto the strugghng world I know not how I shall the battle meet I s e but half 1ts motto flag unfurled Thmk not but of thyself nor weakly yleld But 1f I find not what th1s flag may say I ll add to It these words our battle song Let Peace and Justlce lelgn throughout ou1 land Thc t1me has come for Rlght to conquer Wrong' Wmthrop Stowell '32 INOTHING IlN THE CELLAR The cellar was large entlrely out of pro poltlon to the house above lt It was thought by the owner that the orxglnal house had burned and a smaller one erected to take lts place A wmdmg stone staxrway connected the cellar wlth the kxtchen Behmd of the stalls was a barrlcade of firewood old xc etables and Junk beyond wh1ch no one had penetrated for hundreds of years the base A stout oaken door separated the kltchen from the cellar a door rather out of rela tlon to lts posltlon on the 1ns1de of a house a door thlck stoutly bullt wlth huge vsrought lron hinges and a monster lock Such a door seemed mapproprlate between a kltchen and a cellar From the earhest months of h1s hfe Bobby Howard seemed unhappy ln the kltchen In the other part of the house he was a happv normal cluld but when brought 1Yt0 the kltchen he would begm to cry at once FIOIII hrs bllth t1ll the tlme he learned to creep he spent many unhappy hours for the Hou axds were plam people and most of then xworkmg hours were spent 1n the kxtchen Hou evex as soon as he could creep Bobby lost no tlme ln leavmg the kltchen The mmute h1s mothers back was turned he would dash for the other part of the house and hls howls when he was brought back led the nelbhbors to thmk that he was sub Ject to the cohc The baby suffered many months before he could finally tell hrs hard worklng rather slmple mmded parents what the matter was and even then they were unable to compre hend What they finally learned was thls that fastened Bobby would eat lf shut but not locl-.ed he was uneasy but kept qulet lf the shghest bxt agar he would scream hlmself to euhaustlon especlally lf he could not have the kltchen The llttle three year old loved his mother and helped all he could wlth household chores INothmg could lnduce hlm however to run errands between the cellar and the kltchen He could never explaln h1s fear and at last h1s parents declded to lgnore the matter That IS unt1l he was s1x and the t1me came for hlm to go to school He was a bught httle lad and h1s father was proud of h1m except IH the matter of the cellar They made thls occasxon of h1s entrance 1n school an excuse to v1s1t the doctor to see lf they could wlpe out th1s one blot The doctor a man lxttle versed IU the subject of the nervous system llstened to the boys heart exammed hrs lungs looked at h1s eyes and flngernalls and questloned the boy at some length upon the matter of the cellar whxch the boy perslsted had sornethmg ln It g . o 51. r "e! . , ' . ' 'J . - n 1 W I ' 7 c f . , ' . . 0 . b . D r . 7 Q7 I I , . I . . V , Q . . I . . . , V. ,A , . , . 7 ' 7 y 1 7 t 9 , . . . , ' 5 . . . , , .U . - Y , A l . - . n 7 .L ' . ' - , Y . , - e ' I u ' , - n ' g The Omer words are hidden by a Shield. if the cellar door was shut and securely , 5 ' . . , V 3 , . ' 7 Y . , . . an X , ' , ' , , 1 , J u , u . ' I , . . . ' ! Y , - . , . , , . ' 1 - - 7 ' ' ' . . . . ' ' I , , . . 7 ff . . . . bi ! ' 1 x , - 7 ' ' 7 Y . y - . . i . . , 7 y ' whn 1 ,T ' Tm Flfxrlon At last hls QOPIIIITVU' 0lTSflll'W.iV '1l1no1ed the doctor He 9UllllllOFlCCl the palents lIltO lb ofllec '1nd Elbillllll th 111 lt XY Is a p 1111 so of nc11cs cc1l er '1 11 tell 1ou 11l11t to do 'lLlXlNLCl the foe o ln If ls son Ill r '11 A on 'ls IC lllll '1 1e e no 11nf thele he 111ll or et about It ut th boy Ill the lxlfKl'lLYl nflll the door open 'xnd le'11e hln1 thele fol an lIOLll Then o 'md sho11 llllll ho11 s ll1 It 11 'ls to be '1f1 Illl of an empty eell'11 O11 the wflv home Bobby b1oke 11111 se1 Glll tll"lCQ but h s pl.19llf'w f1l1'1ll1 ot 11n1 eYpcr1mc11t He took do1vn hls tool box and got out a ll'1ll1I'1IC1 and some lonfr l'l3llN At the llst Mrs IIo11'11d lelssed Bobby and X1l'1lSI'll,19Cl to he1 husband I1Ot to do It But l'lOtlIlHf to do exeept to 11'11l the dool open 'Ind lLlXL the boy IU tllele 111th bllflllllg' the1 e NX as the lamp lllfl aclo '1 el'ls m'1te of lllQ H lVlHf Doetor Hlnlev 11ho sneel llletl lll psychm 1:11 and who 11as 11lte1estcd III eh1ld1en the doeto1 related hls c e and asked hls frlend s oplnlon Famtly d1stu1bed by Hanley s counsel 1vho strongly dlsapproyed oi the ad1 lee g11en the pwrents the doctor stopped 'lt the H011 azds house to D1 e1ent the pa1ents fl0Dl followmg h1s preserlptlon N111 HOXV2lld came to the door I ha1e come to see Bobby sald the doetox e IS back Ill the kltehen, replled the father e ga1e one cr1 out slnee then he has been qulet, sobbed the 11119 bhe 11 anted to op n the door but I thoupbht th xt the tlme had come to make a man of Bobby Come' The hou1 ls up 11e ll put hlm to bed Carrylnb the candle the man, 111th the 11oman and the docto1 behllld llllll opened the kltchen door Lamo his gone ou sald M1 Ho11a1d NY alt untll I llght It P ICQ I le1en Bobby' Bobby' cxllfd Mrs Howard Put the doctor 1'1n to where a 11h1te form lw 011 the flool Shuplv he efxlled for more ll ht T1e111bl111g he looked lIIllO the open sp me do11 ll lnto the cellar At l'1st he looked It the IFlOXV'1I'LlS bobby Bobby has been hurt I guess l1 ls deldl he st'1mn1cred 'Ihe FIIOUICI bent 0VLl the mutllated r'1V 1 ed tlllllfl' thfxt l1 id been Bobb1 The n1'1n took hls l'l'lIlllllCI' d1c1v out the ll nls and nuled the doo1 Lo Ile hoole the doeto1 VS l1 xt l11lled h1111 Doctol 9 he shouted 'lhe Ll0LlOI lool ed at lIlI'1l bra1el1 lll sp1te oi the iefu IH hls tluoat IIo1v do I l1no11 Ho11f1ld'l he 1LDl1Cfl IIo1v do I lnowl Dltlllt BOLI tell me that IllC.lL 1Vls l'10tlllll the1e' b1Ol.lllll down there' In the ce1la1l Dolothy Lee I NI DOC I Xl 1 cfm st1ll he'1r 1ou balk bo bold 'md shup At a st1'1n er nearmg our door I c1n stlll hefxl the pound fInexp1ess1ole soundj Of 1ou1 tall abC3.tllIg the floor I can stlll see you flght IX lth all ot youl mlffht Youl foes of the IIC1gllbOlllOOd, H011 you yelped 111th dellght IKhe11ee1 you caught Sl ht OI a 1abb1t a11 xy IH the 11ood Hou XVCIC homely as T1n1e Old pal dog of mlne Nllth YOLII raggedy bl'1ek bro11n coat But I thlnk ot the need XOU1 eyes seemed to plead And a lump 11111 stlll rlse ln my th1oat Oi all dogs ot degree 'lhoubh of hlgh pedlvree '111 o1e1 the world renowned, In my estlmatlon 1lle best ln the 11at1on 11 ould be Pat ll he 1.1e1 around' Lols Lund '32 . . 2 1. 1 C ' . . fe .J e 'I . j A' '. ." z 3 1 . ' . f ' ' 1 . . . . , , ' 1 ' h .1 - . , ' g e 'z x la f . . . . 3. I '- - 2 ' . 'L ' 0.1, ' 1, l- s l . lan. , , , fl' 'i Y H . 1 I all I i, , Z ,H L UA, 1 I ,- K., 2 . , V K I C x. . t 1'. Ulle th' ks tl we x l0flllllgl' ' the z 1 ce-ll. '. s so ..' l I' sa tllet ll 11' is my . . , ,.. k Li L , L. A ' . ,' I' ' ' tl ,I ' 1 Q' ' L . P Q -, xl n , L x e ' " ' 1 , .' C I A4 1 ' V U, ' ,L A, C .Z ' 1 g-1 c 2 V. ' ' L in . C A K 'l' 1 'z '1 . is 2 ' s ' . A' Q l ' ' '- home. In the cvellin ' Mr. Ho11'a1'd tl"ied his . . - xx 7 , , , rv , . , 4 ' ,, X 5 A - - ' ' v ' 1 ' 1: 1. 1 ,, 1.. L X , . I .R K . .1 V ' KL r v r u YY , ' Y, 'A. 1, . Q . ' . , L . I . Ci . ,' ' 7 . , S ' P5 A ,Af . L ' 1 x . 7 1 e . . 1 - 1 Q 1 ' of ' 1' ' ' rr . I ,l ,, . , . 1, . 5 . I 1. x '.,, e . . . . 1- 9 1 g - ' . 'C . ., 1 - ' z lv , 1 ":1 ' .1 ' I - . V . Y 1 5 ' , . S V3 ' . ' - Y A Y Q, ,X r 1 , . . . 1 'L 35 1 . .- ' 15. . . D C if ' C h, .. N 1 4 1 , .4 i I V I ,Q Q U 1. . 1. . . . 'G Q ' - , ,. 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I . . . . . , The Clarron lHV'lHrb DOWN N The u url ten oeloek trowd had rthercd 'rround the bulletm board 'rt the Colosseum where w ere posted re u1'rr ly on bron7e tab tts the happenrn s of he hour the no scrrptron lr t the prrce of wheat rn Srerly and other subjects of rnterest to the crty mob At '1 spot not ffrr from the bulletrn a small group of exerted bernvs were crowd rnc, about a hrtherto rnsrbnrticant slaye who was rrarratrng wrth many embellrshments hrs part rn one of the dfry s occurrences Venr, yrdr vrer' he ejfreulated gestreul t rrg hke a Crcero And then what do you suppose I saw" There lay my poor dear master Marcus Lueretrus Qmrthus prone upon the carpet hayrng drunk too deeply of the deadly Honra Brewa How we shall mrss our dear master' Hereupon he broke dow rr 'md wept so loudly that the crowd ffaye hrm ertrzenshrp and elected hrm con ul on mg them gracrouslv for the favor they had shown hrm he den rrted homewfrrd The new consul found the members of the V1ll'1 Smrthorum rn a state of great excrte ment for rt rs not everv day that the Pater Famrlrrs commrts surcrde Xlr here you are now my dear Gotun hfrt sfrrd Hater Srnrthft as Rome s newest ofhcral strode rnto the room we haye a surprrse for you come hrther O Tempora' O mores' come hrther your self replred Gotunhat emphatrcally I Gotunhat am Romes new consul Address me as My Lord Ixot heedrng hrs command Mater Smrtha went on ewplarnrngr that he was now free and wealthy for Marcus had made hrm sole owner of the crtys largest amphrtheater and of the world s greatest agffregatron of show men s dehghts the Crrcus Smrthus All thrs was hrs because he had seryed hrs master o farthfully' Is that so" renlred Rome s newest snowman store that he was Pr 11 Beyer before nad such 'rcts been put on for the publrc Each day great multrtudes Page Thrrteen were turned from the door One legend tclls us that 't brttle wrth the Germans iconsrdered the perftct prstrme by the Ro rn rnsj w ts postponed for three whole days th rt the 'rrmres mrffht see one of Gotunhat s unrque 'rrmngements Then one d'1y whrle eounfmg the days profits there mme to hrs mrnd a new scheme for 'r show He would have a beauty contest A beauty Conte t thrnl of rt' How the people would flock to see rt' He would 'rsh the omnrpotent hero hrmself to be Judrfe What a trnre he would h'1ye' Vtrthrn a day he had posters out not bronze rosters no or course not' Srlver posters made by the be t srly ersmrths to be found rn Rome Nero affreed to ofhcrate 'rt the ftfffur He even promrsed to play the fiddle Liang: the Chrrstrans Gotunhat thoufrht Well hfrye one of these e'1 h week' Days before the openrng of the contest be rutres flocked to Rome from all drrectrons beautres of ey ery deserrptron burcom blondes from Brrttwny f'1rry lrke fraulerns from Gcrrnfrnv flrshrnff eyed brunettes from Spam krnky harrcd negresses from Ethr oprr shfrdy Cleopfrtras from Efrypt smrlrng Itebeec ts from Syrrr and graceful Helens from C reece Down the Appran Way they strutmed trll the road rtself lost count of the shapely feet that tmyersed rt Into Ostra thev poured some rn therr own slave drrven trrreme and others on filthy supply trans ports Ney er had Rome seen such an array of beauty Frnally the day of the contest arrry ed Be fore dawn, the amphrtheatre was full not of the expected crtrzen but of beautres The day was a glorrous one for 'Nero but not so for Gotunhat He could make no monev wrth thrs type of show and rt was already an es ttblrslccd fact to many e peerally hero that these conte ts w ere to be held weekly At length the affarr befran frnd rn front of the rllustrrous Judge that grgantrc as semblage of pulchrrtude passed mdryrdually So many were the contestants that soon Nero had beauty spots berore hrs eyes so that he could not remember the redeemrng tr rts of ny one pgrrl Then suddenly she' she' the wmner of the prrze hoye rnto srght and wrth such , . . . .S. 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V' . . . , Page Fourteen The Clarlon abruptness that she nearlv floored Gotun hat With a slap on the regal back the show man brought Nero back to h1s half wits and they forthwith proclalmed her Mlss Empire She was a beautiful young girl with all the worthy characteristlcs of Cleopatra of the Olympian goddesses of Queen Dido and of Little Red Rldlng Hood There was noth mg about her that was not womanly and lovely It was then that the thought struck Gotunhat that he was not married so after the worlds beauties had left in a huff threatemng to rum the city he went over to Mlss Empire and, in a very undignlfied manner told her of his smgleness and sug gested they do somethlng about It She thanked h1S graciously for the offer but told h1m that she was a slave and could never think of marrymg so loftly a person age as the consul 'it Rome It would rum his llfe his career even hls suicide E Plurlbus Unum' he exclaimed an grlly to think that a common provincial would refuse the hand of a Roman consul Does she think she may marry the Consul at Rome any day" and he stalked mdlg nantly from the arena cursing the dirt from which he had sprung leaving that gor geous slave shak1ng in her sandals R83llZ1I'lg her danger she finally mustered up enough courage to run and run she d1d out of the amphitheatre down the streets into the country and safety At length night fell and wh1le she was runmng and Gotunhat was sleepmg trouble was started by a beautlful and wealthy woman who had been cheated out of what she thought was her very own Late that night she assembled ln a dllapldated torch hghted building a group of her sisters in grxef and spoke to them forcefully on the corrupt conditions ln Rome But at this moment the answer came in an unexpected manner Somewhere at the back of the hall some comely damsel ln her eagerness knocked a torch out the win dow into a ph1losopher's beard A monstrous bonfire and the adjournment of the female conference followed Soon from far out on the city wall came strains of violin music, not pretty music but music nevertheless accompamed by the shrleks and groans of those unfortunate souls who were already being dellclously browned During thls mcxneration, Gotunhat lay sound asleep Suddenly a trustworthy guard burst 1nto his chamber crylng Flee Hee All right I know all about It I ve been a soldier much longer than you Get out of here and let me sleep groaned the consul drowslly But Rome Sire 1S on fire quoth the guard rlmmgly Habeas Corpus shouted the sleeper waking and Jumplng to his feet 'why dldn t you say so' Then the guard explamed to h1m that they were surrounded by flame and the escape was impossible To Gotunhat, there were but two honor able exits from this life murder and su1c1de, newer such a death as by burning Murder was out of the question so sulclde lt should be Cravlng the spectacular l1ke the show man he was he t1ed hls hands and feet and sword The usual ten o clock crowd had gathered alound the bulletin board 1n the Colosseum where was posted a list of those who had perished in that night of horror Gotunhat s name was there under the suicides fDont ask me how they found out he had com mitted su1c1deJ There too was the name of Mlss Empire News had reached Rome that the broilmg heat f1 om the burning city had scorched her dainty form and left lt wltherlng there on the palched landscape mlles outside the city Death treads with an lmpartlal foot' Franklin Gould 33 TENNIS What a Joy to hear the whip and smash The slashing serve and lightning dash Of a speedy tennis match' What Joy to sense the hardened court Determined face and breath come short In craftv players slice' To hear the call from referee Now Play' The changing pace to see Of player as you cut' The placement now 1n corner fast' Tis the greatest sport from first to last For a real enthuslast' Robert Byram 32 . , . 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' . . . . . , . . y . y . i . . , The Clarlon Page Flfteen A WOWI KN S FANCY Mother Ceclle IS leanlng far out her XVIII dow shaklng her rug It IS a small and gaudy lug possesslng as a predomlnatlng feature an lncllnatlon toward shabblness Mother Ceclle has but one rug and she shakes lt out her wlndow evely mornlng The baker ln the shop below IS lncllned to snlff ww hen he hears It begln to flap Partlcu larly as he IS usually taklng down hls front shutters Just when she does lt Well lf you have but one wlndow what are you to do" It IS qulte early about seven but the street IS all astlr The blg stores uptown Vlflll not, of course, open for an hour or so yet but down here every grocery store and notlon shop IS openlng up There IS a falnt plnk haze of early mornlng floatlng oxer the clty from the waterfront Later ln the day the sun wlll glare Every fat woman on the stl eet wlll slt on her doorstep and try exhaustlngly to keep her non heedlng offsprlng from playlng tag But now the graylsh bulldlngs are softened by the haze Here and there a wlndow IS llghted by the low sun and wlnks 1tS rosy eye as much as to say Plnk clouds at mornlng Sallors take warnlng The ruff supposedly rld of dust, Mother Ceclle leans her elbows on the slll ready to start her usual mornlng conversatlon wlth Mother Marle across the way They are waltlng for the baker to stop clattellng hlS old fashloned 'wooden shutters and lron bars Mother Marle IS noddlng and Smlllng when Mother Ceclle notlces a strangely out of place young man strolllng down the Slde walk He has a carnatlon ln hls buttonhole sports a swaggel stlck and has a raklsh look about the eyes Mother Ceclle s llp beglns to curl Another crazy swell on a slummlng lark' Another dandy to turn all her Celestes and Antolnettes heads and make them have trouble wlth thelr Plerres and FIZHCOISQS' But Just now thls slngular young man catches her eye He smlles polltely and handsomely and doffs hls hat to thls slack looklng woman leanlng out of a 'vV1I1d0W ln her sweeplng cap Mr Harold Balley IS llke that' Mother Ceclle s eyes almost pop from her head as she watches hlS evtremely well dlessd back recedlng down The Street In a few mlnutes he IS lost to VIGW among store Cl6llxS sweeplng the sldewalks and fat women XVlth baskets Then strangely enough, she suddenly remembers her sweep lng cap She lmmedlately wlthdraws from the wlndow Acloss the way Mother Marle stares and then bangs her wlndow down angrlly It IS a fine mornlng about three days later Let us pop lnto Mother Ceclles shop a few blocks down The Street Nettle, the counter glrl who opens up wlll probably glve a start because she IS standlng wlth one hand ln the peppermlnt Jar You see she vtlll thlnk lt IS Mother Ceclle and ln truth lt IS about tlme she appeared Sure enough' Here she IS Nettle does start and knocks a cracker box from the counter She stoops to plCk It up and when she confronts Mother Ceclle we can see stooplng Mother Ceclle bltes her llpS and sllently goes lnto the back room to dlSpOS6 of her hat and coat Nettle furtlvely closes the metal cover of the Jar, and starts to stralgllten the papers of PIHS ln a tray, a task whlch has been attended to alreadv thls mornlng, wlthout a doubt Mother Ceclle comes out She opens her mouth posslbly to glve some adVlC6 about peppelmlnt eatlng, but exldently thlnks better of It when a cus tomer appears at the door Her expresslon changes from one of gravlty to one of smll lng welcome Good mornlng, Mother Ma Mother Marle stares rather lclly We can see that they have had no mornlng conver satlons of late Mother Marle resents mlss lng these confabs and shows It We can also see that she IS elctremely curlous as to the cause of Mother Ceclles conduct Her fllgld stare IS rather rulned by her Jaw dropnlng and her eyes bulglng out Come to thlnk of lt Mother Ceclle IS enough to make one's Jaw drop Her resemblance to the ' 1 L 1 rv, I I . - l , , L . . . J . G , ' . . . II I , . 1 v - . ' ' 7 ', KK 77 . ' v Y , A I H 1 H I . . . . . X . . , - that her flushed face is due, of course, to H I - A . . . . ' ' U , . . . . . , K l , - , - - " ' rie." H U ' ' ' ' , . . , . . . . ' . A . , , . Page Slvcteen The Clarlon Ceclle of the wlndow IS negllglble Her halr IS becomlngly dressed and she wears a rather styllsh navy blue dress Her finely hned face has evldently been treated so that a close scrutlny IS requlred to reveal the raxages of tlme and tl ouble Nettle IS star mg too now and glx es a llttle gasp Mother Ceclle reddens and her color deepens when Mother Marle YV0l1dOI'1I1glV artlculates the last of her startled thoughts d blushlng llke a glll too' fLet us note rlght hC19 that Mother M3110 IS the only lnhabltant of The Street who would ever dare even under such stress as thls to presume to hlnt at reprlmandlng Mother CGCIIG, Marle Desloches that IS no excuse for forgettlng to say good mornlng gently states Mother Ceclle rather hoplng that th1S reproof wlll cover her embarrassment Your Sunday dress' M016 Sacree' And how your halr looks that way' Dld your hat knock It down? And whatever have you done to your face? Mother Ceclle IS evldently accustomed to glvlng everybody adV1C6 and she starts to do so now but shakes her shoulders prob ably castlng off her old self, and d6Cld6S to stand for no nonsense Madam Desloches what can I do fo1 you thls mornlngq she lnqulres levelly VVe thought Mother Marle was startled before but now her amazement knows no bounds She looks as though she has Just recelved a basln of water ln the face She bllnks her eyes I thought you nllght have some serv ICC candles er er er I nlean I wanted some led Certalnly Red ones? courteously but oh so firmly Here they are Two ln a bo'c twenty five cents please All rlght' bowlng her out ' Thank you' Paralyzed Nettle SltS down suddenly on a stool as the door slams Mother CQCIIE laughs nervously She falls to stlalghtenlng the already stralghtened plns Nettle ab sent mlndedly opens the peppermlnt Jar cover after openlng and closlng hel mouth two 01 three tlmes She starts as lf shot when the dool opens and absent lnlndedly knocks down the Cl21Clx01 box agraln Slle 15 annoyed t thls f01 she hfls to stoop behlnd the coull C1 and get hel fact all lcd The slllgular 5ollng man has entered and lt IS Mothel Ceclles tulll to look startled She fO1gCtS to take 1llt0 account the fact that he couldnt rtcognlze her changed as she IS and blushes It IS not the first tlme that she has blushed recently as we have seen and It conles ew en IHOFG naturally than before She used to make a fine art of blLlSl"llllf., when her Albelt was courtlng' her' Probably It IS the melnoly of her Albelt that OVQIPOVVQTS her now and makes her LOlllHl1l', a fatll ellol She starts for the back roonl and leaves the slngrular young m'ln to Nettle She hesltates IH the dool but It IS too late The slngular 'young man IS lookln admlrlnglv at Nettle who we see now IS very attrflctlve In her confuslon Mother CCCIIC IS happlly unaware of her mlstfzke and the curtalns fall together be hllld hel It IS Saturday aftelnoon and Mother Ceclle 1S golng to COHIQSSIOH The afternoon sun IS walmlng the western SldeS of all the bLllld1I1gS Evelythlng IS red and yellow ex cept a very blue sky and very dark shadows 'lhe Street IS vlrtually empty slnce every one 15 Qlthel at the movles at work or out of town If we are observlng we Wlll note that Nether CCCIIQ seems pecullarly llght healted If all those absent 01 busy ones of 'lhe Street could see her now they never would come to her agaln for advlce they have been rathel sulprlsed and stand oflish Ol late as It 1S But lt IS only Mothel Marle who has notlced that she actually dodged out of hel doorway and scuttled down the shady slde of the stleet untll she was sex e al blocks way Indeed here she IS now whlle looklng back over her shoulder stum bllng over a gleasy faced llttle boy who IS dlgglng dlscarded candy wlappels out of the gutter Mothel MZFIG slghs shakes her head and S1tS down agalll ln her rocker re cox ellng the mendlng' vvhleh ln her CUTIOS lty she carelessly dropped when hurrylng to the wlndow . . . . . . 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Y . . . - ' 1 ' 1 The Clarlon Page Sew enteen Mother C9Cll9 has alw 'lys been to confes slon every Saturday afternoon slnce her elrly glllhood She has never had any SIDS worth lnentlonlng bllt It IS always a serious 'lfl"llr And thls 'lftelnoon she IS actually llght hearted' VS hit can h'ue come over her " Father F1GY'10'ill ls alw 'lx s 'lmuscd ln splte of lllIY1SCll when he secs who It IS on the other sldc of the wlckct TOll'l.5 he has set tled down for 'l 11011011 of enJoxment But Mother Ceclle Ib startllng lillil He IS not a xerl dlseelnlng m'ln ln such matters but at last after three S lturd lys It penetrates hls consclollsness that Mother Ceclle looks dlf ferent She drops pellltently on her knees It IS r'ltller comfortln to have confesslon Who knows? Perhaps lilothcl Ccclle ls so llght hearted because deep down IH her sub con SCIOUS mlnd she lnows that she really has somethlnff to confess at last' But perlsh the thought' Nlother Fcclle has alw 'lys been the blllw ark of The Street the chlldren learned their catechlsms wlth her guldance and the young glllb alw lys took hel advlce IH af fllrs of the heart Her three fine daughters all safely marrled her one line son who never came back from Ypres all attest to her lntegrlty Now lnstead of talking of the mlstakes she has made IH advlslng fallen young people, she IS actually talking of herself' It seems that she has wrestled wlth herself ln the wee small hollrs tlf he l-.new what a struggle she has had'J and now she wants the good Fathers approval Her Albert has been dead these fifteen years Flfteen years are fifteen years a lonely woman IS a mls take even a WldOW And are not second loves mellower more on the key of content? Hrs extreme youth need not count agalnst hls sympathy and wlsdom need lt" And how good he ls how lonely IS she' After Mother Ceclle has gone Father Freneau looks rather shocked He has done hlS best Then he chuckles He stops hlm self Just ln tlme from burstlng out laugh lng But five mlnutes later there are tears ln h1S ey es and hls nose IS qulte red He bows hls head God ls good, what He orders IS rlght Mother Ceclle the Jewel of hlS slmple French people IS passlng through thls queer phase as so many others do She might be a llttle more graceful than the others bu she ISD t' Who knows" Perhaps good Mother Ceclle can make thlS case tllrn out dlffer ently than those otllels At any rate there w lll be 'lnother large grollp whlch she wlll be able to advlse No loss wlthout some gflln' Dear Mother Ceclle wlth her common pllce fancy' Nettle IS 'rgaln poslng YV1tl'1 one hand ln the peppelmlllt Jar May we add that there ls a mllror directly ln back of that part of the counter on Wl11Cl'1 the Jar rests' Yes, lNettle 1S poslng She has her head on one slde her black eves sparkllng and a baby stale much ln exldence She bares her teeth ln '1 charming Snllle and says Good morlllng at her reflectlon softly b6XVltCl'l lngly Medltatlvely she puts the dustlest corner of the dust rag IH her mouth lnstead of a p6pIl61m1nt Thls causes her to make a face XVh1C,l'1 IS fflr from ch lrmlng You see she has managed to gather qulte a blt of dust on that rag ln splte of the fact that her thoughts are occupled w lth Mr Harold B'l.llCY lNow she laughs provoklngly at the leflectlon and closes the peppelmlnt Jar, YV1thOllt taklng any' Refiectlvely she scrutl H1265 her countenance first from thls angle then from that One can see that Mr Ballev calls dally' Finally she produces a compact and 'touches up hel petlte freckled nose Mother Ceclle enters nods brlghtly and proceeds to the back room She seems qulte sprlghtly Yes lndeed, one would sav that Mr Barley calls dally' At any rate here he IS today How merrlly the door slams on the sparkling mornlrlg sunshlne ln The Street' Good mornlng Tolnette"' vlbrantly Yes lndeed, from hlS tone one would thlnk that there are other tlmes when he sees Nettle except on dallJ calls One would thlnk that there IS qulte a blt between them, and one would thlnk rlght Mr Harold Balley IS llke that anyway but thls tlme he IS ln earnest The Street IS so used to hlm that lt has forgotten hlm But Nettle hasn't nor 4- 1 .- V . , ' s Z L ' . 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Page Elghteen The Clarlon has Mother Ceclle She has come back lnto the store now, and her comlng lnterrupts Nettle s so care fully practlsed Good mornlng She per CQIVGS Mr Balley blushes Chow admlrablv she does ltlj and greets hlm cordlally He IS very pollte but there IS a feellng behlnd hlS pollteness It seems to grlp your vertabrae and creep up on you comfortlngly Yes Mr Harold Balley IS llke that Dear Mother Ceclle' How can you be so unsuspectlng'7 Well Mrs Benolt says he Jovlally I have a surprlse for you And he wlnks at Nettle vuhlle leanlng hls elbow on the hlgh cash counter How H106 of you' But thls IS a verv speclal surprlse' And he looks at her oh so lntentlyl fYes, he IS llke that'J Mother Ceclle IS confused Her heart leaps and slngs She stops lt Just ln tlme from leaplng rlght out of her eyes and danclng IH h1S curly dark halr She blushes and fidgets For the first tlme ln all the slx weeks he has been vlsltlng her shop dally he really notlces what an attractlve woman she 1S He IS thlnklng to hlmself how pleased she wlll be wlth hlS sulprlse Then she notlces that Nettle ffoollsh peppermlnt eater'J IS Just at hls elbow ' Nettle I left my bag fAnythlng for an excuse J But Mr Harold Balley and Antolnette Tardleu take no heed of what she 1S saylng now Mr Harold puts hls arm lovlngly around Nettles shoulders and proclalms proudly Nettle and I are golng to be marrled' Mother Ceclle feels a llttle falnt She turns about slx shades p'ller and puts her hand to her forehead She gasps Through a mlst there are Nettle and Harold stand lng proudlv Nettle Tardleu standlng on the rulns of Ceclle Benolts dreams' Strange that they have heard nothlng crash Well arent you golng to glve us your blesslng Mother C6C1l9'7 What a nlce smlle what a H106 volce he has' But Mother Ceclle composes herself Somethlnff snaps ID her braln All her fool lshness flashes before her ey es It 1S strange how she felt Just a few mlnutes ago' Oh Mothel Ceclle that was come back' Here she l ' She takes Nettles and Harolds hands ln hers and puts them together But the l1l1St IS stlll there Bless you Nettle Harold' True feellng makes a tlue benedlctlon of the sweet Words NBttlQ and Harold qulte forget Mother Ceclle for the tlme belng but we see her ln the back loom before a mlrror a dry sob ln her throat plllng her halr ln a knob on the top of her head Ullother MQTIG would be satlsfied lf she could see her nowll She mlght be thlnklng of what Harold wlll do when he dlscovers lxettle s peppermlnt fllch lng pl opensltles but she lsnt She may be thlnl mg of her confesslon to Father Freneau nelct Saturday 01 of the completeness of hel llfe wlth no more youth and love affalrs IH It But we llke to suppose that she IS tryln to declde whlch of the glrls of The Street can best take N6tt19S place' Loulse A Hall 32 TRANSLATION OF A QUOI BOW ENTENDRE Vlctor Hugo O Just why should we hark Whlle the song blrds reJolce" Far more sweet than the lark Is the sound of your volce Whether God sets hls stars In the heavens of nlght In your eyes there shlne stars Of a much purer llght Whether sprlng tlme resumes Or the sprlng flowers start, The most beautlful blooms Can be found ln your heart Thls dear blrd volclng truth These brlght stars ln your eyes These sweet flowers of youth Show us where true love 1165 Franklln Gould '33 . D . - . Y . . . X ., F 7 - ' u ' as 9 ' - ' -,, , r - v 1 . . . b- 1 . , t . s ' . U - 11 - . , . . , . - - ' ' u ' n - ' u , , , . 5 " l . 7 , 7 Y, v . Q 1 Q y V . . -. 1 Q s 7 - . Q A' C u ' rr ' ' ' ' u - ' ' ' u . ' ' V - , v ' Q ' - - , - . x . . . , . . , . i V . . . . , . . . . V .r - ' Pl . . . . , , , , . . . H 1 . ,, l l ' 44 as . . . . A 4 ' H ' ' in J . , . . u - - . ' ' xr nl., L ' , - . . . , ' - r s u v - - , 1 ' ' 17 7 9 - . . . v . . a The Clarron Page Nmeteen INIMORI Xl ITY They say today that he 1s dead How can that be when yesterday He w 'rllxcd and talked md ,greeted me And saw thrs selfsame sort of day' Per haps he walked 'rs I now walk T e wmd '1 rushm bold rt hmr The buds '1 smgm round hrs he'1d The sun 1 rollmt, down rts rrm A weddmg rs to be tonlght I w xlk through grass and wrnd and sun How can he drc frnd llfc go on? The boys 'Ire plfrymg ball down there On yonder hrll '1 plow and team Uphcave the slrcl est mounds rn rows That he IS dc td rt cannot seem' I beat 'md throb w mth yoyous lrfe I feel xt use 'Ind sw ell and cheer I cfm not help but srnff aloud Oh he would smg rf he were here' So green the grass o blue the ky And yet we know that we shall d1e How can we thmlr that he rs dead NI hen such a sky ls oxerl1e'1d'7 Oh no' I must belrexe rt so We call rt dxe but onward go Beyond that sleep w hrch we term death A BROOK Lrt le streamlet SIHQIIHQ' smgrng L1 pln down the hill Lyer trrllmg Sornetmres mlllrng In '1 dmzy dmrpltd eddy Brightly SXVINQIIIQ, Past alreadv In rts wmdmg by the mr Here a rrll Enters sklppmg Brrffhtly drrppmg And rt tmkles As rt crrnkles Down the pebbled hr Slowly come the snow 'rn coldness Long and hollow For the moanmff current Thtre resounding Down the mountam All the echoes Of the cmckmg lNever lfmckrng, So recurrent In the freezmg of the rcy domes Never batmg Never satmg Therr own echoes Seem to follow Wrth great boldness In and out the homes But when swollen by sprmg water Down xt gushes, Down rt rushes Through the mrll race, Always onward always seaward, One of meltmg wmters daughter Joyous wrld and wayward Now from months of slugglsh calm Has It taken on alarm, Through farrcr skres that catch our breath Set 3 mad 13309, And bree7es sweeter far than those To worlds wherern each rests and knows The yrtfd pulse of hrs own race, Goes on and on at deathlcss pace' Lourse Hall '32 Stoppmff not but madly twrrlmg Onward whrrlmg, Fallmg rn a cataract Down the rocky mountain Lrke a fountam Burst through xce so tlghtly packed In the mrll race Franklm Gould 33 . I 1 . r 1 1 .c I 1. 1 r . ' Q. , ' Y 1 , U, L. . L D- ' ' T, '. 'L . . '- 1 f' . .' 9 I 7 x Y L s sl ll . ' , '-K7 L' . . I' - p ' ' ., . , ' , " ' 'l1. h, " .-' : ' g z ' , , , . . . K L , I . V. Us , Q . 5 L , ,b 1. . l Q 4 - ' l " ' I f '. . A . Y . . . Q ' 'l1. ' n YZ v 1 Y. Tic-4:. 1' 7 Y A 4 d Q To think of wedding days and joys. Forming homes I L . L I . ll 1 . 1 H , . X .3 ' . C C I . s I I 1 ,E X -1 : , ' . 3 l' l . . I L 'Y- IZ r . . . . . . I I , C C Y . , ' . . V ' y . 5. C . Q C 1 D : ' 7 .' ' , . I A . ' ' s s ' Y, L I I ' L In Y ' I Y I I' I c . . , v , , . . v . , . , Y ' u ' rx , , Y , l - 7 ly ' ' v L. ,A . ' , , . y . I ' P3 Y ' I -, . , , . . , , . . , The Clarion SENHQRS DORIS MAE ANDERSON "Dot" Commercial Course ' Her eyes hare ever such a lively look." Honor Roll 131 Clarlon Board 141 Gregg Cer tlficate 141 Typewrltlng Award 141 Glee Club 11 2 3 41 Dramatlcs 12 3 41 ALICE MARY ARSENAULT Commerclal Course Duckle Shc szts ulnllmg at muy boy Nor owes hu tongue om mmu c 1 Junlor Play 131 ROBERT ARTHUR BROWN Coon General Course Qome dreamer? uzth uzcle open eyes See Lzszons uhach uhen dosed do not arzse Baseball 12 3 41 Tenms 12 31 Track 131 Indoor Track 141 ROBERT CARROLL BYRAM Bob Commerclal Course Nzght uftm mghl he sat and blcazed hrs eyes' 14 :th books P T A Prlze for hlghest rank 111 Councll 12 3 41 Tennls Manager 12 3 41 Busmess Manager Hlgh Tlde 121 Asslstant Ldltolm chlef Hlgh Tlde 131 Busm as Manage: Clarlon 141 Tennls 13 41 Amerlcan Leg1on P1126 131 Fmance Com mlttee 131 Glee Club 141 Salutatory Honol Roll 11 2 3 Page Twenty-one l f. -, . M ' u , 1 v " , 9 7 5 ! D 9 ! Y ' 66 ' Y! -:Av ..' lu -' .' -1-A ' Y . ' Q f v ' '. -1 " , K . 2 ' tfs ost. Sl Y! A, .. . .. .. 15 -A A ' ' 'l' 'Z ,fm l , . , , . , . , 5 ! 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' " -ry ,.,..,..,, .a.f.:f.,::i1-.f.a- ..., f.. - , , Page Twenty two The Clarmn el 1,791 Sszsluoas GEORGE EVERETT CURTIS Curtis Commerclal Course VVe llnow you hate a gentle noble temper A soul as men as a calm Honor Roll 131 Dramatlcs 11 31 Glee Club 11 21 Councxl 131 Clarlon Board 141 Prlze for bemg most progresswe Jumor Prom 131 Prophecy MARION WYNNE CUSHING Marny College Sclentlfic Course Mu heaft 1s as true as steel F H S Dramatlcs 11 3 41 Councll 12 31 V Pres Class 131 Basketball 11 2 31 Track 131 Tenrus 11 2 3 41 Cheer Leader 141 Clrculatmg Manager Clarlon 141, Class Treasurer 141 Glee u 11 2 3 FREDERICK FRANKLIN DALRYMPLE Fred General Course Thefes mzschzef ln this man Baseball 11 3 41 Basketball 11 3 41 Cross Country 111 Swlmmmg Team 12 3 41 Indoor Track 111 Track 131 LOUISE ANDERSON HALL Dee Dee College Classlcal Course For she zs earthly of the 'mmd But Wlsdom heatenly of the soul Councll Member 12 3 41 F1nance Commlttee 13 41 Llbrarlan 13 41 Literary Editor Clarxon 141, Ass1stantEd1torand Art Edltor of H1ghT1de 12 31 Prxze Speakmg 12 41 Awards for H1ghest Rank m Class 12 31 Award for Improvement 1n Engllsh Composltlon 131, Valedlctorlan 141, Dramatlcs 13, 41 The Clarlon Page Twenty three SENHQRS ROBERT HOWARD KILBY Bob Commerclal Course Its a wzse fellow that knous has own gnl Cross Country 41 21 Track Q31 Track Manager f31 Counc1lf31 Edltorlal Board Clarlon Q41 DOROTHY GRANT LEE Dot College Course Taste zs the tact of the mmd Orange and Black Board Q2 3 41 SOCl31 Com mlttee Orange and Black Club Q41 Usher Semor Graduation Q31 Dramatlc Club Q41 Latln Club Q41 fBrunsw1ck H1gh1 Student Councll Q41 CFreeport H1gh1 LOIS KATHERINE LUND Stuffy College Course Words are the key of the heart Basketball Q2 3 41 Captam 141 Student Councxl K2 3 41 Secretary of Council Q31 Presldent of Counc1lC41 Edltor Clarion Q41 Prlze Speakmg 11 41 Vlce Presldent of Class fl 2 41 Honor Roll Prxze for most Improvement Q21 Glee Club Dra m3tlCS 11 3 41 ALBERT EDWARD MALM Commercxal Course S1lent penswe zdle restless slow Glee Club H1 Y Club Dramatlcs Q31 ,...f"el., 'N F .N . 3 .-,E t, ' I xx, fr, . 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Y D I I ' 1 ' 1 - V 511211101 I Zi Page T11 entx 1.01.11 The Clarion SENUQRS CAROLYN GER FRUDE MASON Carolyn Commerc1al Course lntur IS Izlf' a Heh stone hm! plum I Seclctary of Class 111 Treasurer of Councll 141 Honor Roll 13 41 Glee Club 11 2 31 Shorthand Axxa1ds 141 Typevsrltlng Awards 13 41 Count Tx pevs11t1r1g Contest 2nd Place 141 Clarlon Board 141 Dlamatlcs 11 31 IDOWALD HARRY McALLISTER Boss College Sc1ent1f1c Course Thur IS 110 effort on my 117011 I :Io not H111 6 I do not 11 Cop Clee Club 121 Track 13 41 H1 Y Corporal Eagen 141 Cross Country 11 41 Baseball Indoor Track 131 Counc1l 111 Sports PTIZG 131 NR FHUR OSGOOD Art Commerclal Course Not too smzous not foo gay Cross Country 131 Baseball 12 31 Dramatlcs 141 SHIRLEY W HITEHOUSE PACKARD Packard College SCl6Ht1flC Course U Slllff I7l5'tI7IfflZf' starflmg gIea1n.s Uf 110111 soullmoulellgf ' not as flfeams 1 " Baseball Manager 11 2 3 41 Class Presldent 11 2 3 41 Counc1l 11 2 3 41 V106 Pres1dent of Coun Cll 12 31 Vlce Pres1dent H1 Y 121 Pres1dent H1 Y 141 Rlfie Team 141 PIIZH Speaklng' 111 Dramatlcs 12 3 41 Ass1stant Edltor of Clarlon 141 Art Ed1 tor of Llarlon 141 H1gh T1de Board 12 31 Glee l--- Club 11 2 3 41 Enghsh Pr1ze 131 Cha1rman Com mlttee on Letters 141 Honor Roll 11 2 3 41 Cheer Leader 12 3 41 Prophecy Fmance Commlttee 121 l I .E - v 1 u 11 . 1 " "' 'c " .' . 1. se- I 1, ' ' 1 . 1 , 1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 Y 1 1 y E , , ,- - n - 11 , . 1 1 1 ' 1 , . l u 11 1 1 1 . . . . , ' .. 1 , . , -. - . . 1 v I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 f 1 1 1 . , , . 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Page Twenty erght The Clarror GIRLS TRACK Last sprrng was the first trme that there was a grrls track team rn Freeport Hrgh Many of the grrls turned out under the supervrsron of Mr Peacock Those that were prcked for the team were Helen Blackstone, Marron Rrngrose Marlon Cushrng Elsre Morsehead Irene Nason Marron Stafford Helen Hayward and Abrgarl Stowell There was a Trrple C Conference Meet, held at Greely Instrtute May 27 1931 Free port recclwed the honor of attarnrng second place Most all of our grrls qualrfred for the tlnal events and also recerved lst 2nd or 3rd places Those recervrng letters for attarnrng 1st or 2nd places were Marlon Rrngrose Marlon Cushrng and Helen Blackstone There are plans berng made for a Trrple C Meet thrs sprrng also The date and place rs undecrded as yet TENNIS fortunately one of our best players Dorrs Lunt moved to Topsham We had home and home matches wrth both Cape Elrza beth and Westbrook The matches played were boys srngles boys doubles grrls srn gles grrls doubles and mrxed doubles Our most erccrtrng matches were wlth Westbrook We won there 32 but they turned the tables here beatrng us by the same score Our luck wrth Cape Ehzabeth was not so good we were defeated rn both matches However we all had a good trme and are hoprng for better luck thrs sprlng TRIPLE C RIFLE MATCH Freeport entered the Trrple C Rifle Match for the flrst trme thrs year and wrth be grnner s luck, perhaps won rt The men en tered were S Packard L Worden E York P Marston and W Swanson The competrng schools rn order of pornts scored were Freeport 216 Wxndham 180 Pennell 176 Scarboro 167 Yarmouth 162 Falmouth 159 Greely 158 Cape Elrzabeth 154 The three hrghest men on Freeport s team were rn order Packard 76 Worden 72 Marston 68 S Packard was rndrvrdual hrgh scorer of the meet and L Worden was second BOYS SVVIWI MING Last year, wrth a prcked up team, Free port won the annual Trrple C Meet held at the Y M C A at Portland Thrs year de termlned to retarn the cup we had several practrces rn the Bowdom College pool Thrs practrce was made possrble through the f-nurfesv of Mr Mrller swrmrnrng rnstructor at Bowdom The result of the meet held rn Portland thrs year rn March, attests to our success Results 1 40 yard Free Style Won by Camp Freeport C25 Dalrymple Freeport Q35 Crarg Scarboro Trme 24 1X5 fRecordJ Freeport Q21 Dalrymple Freeport f3l Crarg Scarboro Trme 32 1X5 sec QRecordJ 3 40 yard Breast Stroke Won by Cralg Scarboro Q21 Tanner Cape Elrzabeth Q31 Taylor Pennell Trme 37 sec CRecordJ 4 Plunge for drstance Won by Grlbert Cape Elrzabeth 121 Dalrymple Freeport Q33 Crarg Scarboro Drstance 39 ft 1 rn 5 Drvrng fFront Back Optronalj Won by Crarg Scarboro Q21 Ellen Cape Elrza beth Lowell Windham Poxnts 24 1X4 6 Relay Race NX on by Freeport Q21 Wrndham 131 Scarboro The final score of the meet was Freeport 24 Scarboro 14 Cape Elrzabeth 11 Wlnd ham 4 Pennell 1 Thrs vrctory gave us permanent possessron of the cup whxch now reposes rn the Assembly Room The follow mg men were awarded letters Camp Dal rymple, P Coffrn York 9 ' ' . . . ' , 1 ' , 9 , 9 v . , . . , 5 , g , - 9 , 9 ' , - . ' 7 - - Z , ' 2 , 9 , Q . . , . . , . , U 1 5 l l ' I Q v K 1' , ' J u ' ' ' ' . . . . . . , ' 5 9 - ' ' v U ' ' ' V . ' . ' . . , S , S ' , . I . . Last fall we had three lettermen. Un- 2, 40 yard Back Stroke, Won by Camp, 7 t I 1 2 i ' - , 1 . 1 v - . ' - . r ' ' 5 , ' 9 7 ' ! ' Y ' ' r 1 ' V . l ' ' D 1 1, .Y , , . . . . . . , ' ' 9 , 9 ' I - . , p I 4, ' - 9 . . . , , . , . . D . . v 5 7 A ' 7 ' . . v v ' , , I . . , Y g . 7 Q. . I v 5 s 3 ' . . . y I I ' . , 1 , . . - . . - 2 ' 1 ' 7 ' r I 1 ' . . . . , ' . The Clarron Page Twenty nine CROSS COL NTRY Durrng the 1931 season our cross country team partrcrpated rn sex en meets xwrth very creditable success Under the direction of Prrncrpal Leonard xxho acted as coach some ten men reported shortly after school began rn September Our first meet was a three cornered af fair xx rth Greely lnstrtute and Pennell In stltute held at Cumberland Freeport was the xrctor with a score of 39 against 41 for Pennell and 47 for Greely Our second meet was xx 1th Cape Elizabeth High School over the Freeport course and xvas won xvrth ease by our team Freeport placed men rn posrtrons 1 2 3 4 and 6 for an almost perfect score of 16 We next participated rn the annual Trrple C Meet at Gorham Normal School xvhere we finished thrrd among seven schools In this race York and Winslow xx ere tred for second place The State meet at the Unrx ersrty of Marne was the scene of our next raee where we placed sixth among thirteen entries Our next meet wrth Lrncoln Academy found the team xxrthout the servrces of Captain Erlon York xxho was rnelrgrble be cause of scholastrc drfficultres As a conse quence we lost by one pornt a meet that would otherwrse have been ours The final meet of the year xvas at xvhlt tier Freld Bowdorn College an rnvrtatron affarr to Brunsxvrck High School Morse Hrgh School of Bath and Freeport High School The result of the meet was a dead lock betxxeen Brunswick Hrgh School and Freeport High School As a consequence the cup to be axxarded the vrctor xxas held by Brunsxxrck untrl February when rt came to Freeport and now reposes rn our As sembly Room The following men xx ere axxarded letters by the Student Council York Captain Winslow Camp Basrnet Allen and D Mc Allister, Manager B XSEBALL The problem of developing a catcher to fill the gap caused by the graduatron of Albion Allen one of the best baseball plax ers the school has ever developed xvas probably the greatest facing Prrncrpal Leonard xxho served as coach By the proc ess of elrmrnatron L Worden xvas finally selected to do the recervrng and as the sea son ended hrs xxork behind the plate com pared favorably xxrth any catcher ln the league Paul Coffin xxho xvas finally selected as first strrng pitcher drd a consistently fine bit of twrrlmg throughout the season Since both Cofiin and Worden are Jumors and available nevt year the prospects of a xvrn nrng baseball team then are very favorable We plax ed eight league games xvrnnrng four and losrng four The clrmar however xx as grand as rn our last game we defeated lxorth Yarmouth Academy 6 5 for the first The xvork of the battery and the batting of Dalrymple and Camp were the outstand mg features of our boys 1n nearly all of the games played The general lineup was as folloxvs Camp 1B Broxvn LF Worden C P Dalrymple SS CF Coffin PC Marston SS C Pro fenno 2B Goud 3B MacLeod, RF Allrster 3B Sxvanson Utrl Burgess S Packard Manager Summary games played Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport Greely Institute No Yarmouth Acad Scarboro Cape Elizabeth Cape Elizabeth Greely Instrtute Scarboro No Yarmouth Acad Utr 5 ,N . . 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Swanson, M O00 4400 -yN95 , av to Qufck lAf075on fre ouno' 17" MU Q Ioel1 '1 bye Se111o1 O11 the tue top As long as you study you1 ma1ks w1l1 no chop Bu lf you stop dl lllj., Yom Qtlllillflg' w1ll tall And down wlll eome Se111o1 illplfillll '1111 a Ellon YOllx las he lumped pamfully off the danee floo1J I dont mmd havmg' ungrs on llly 6nge1s but hang me 1f I can stand belles on my toes' A woodpecl1e1 ht on a Semors head He bOlLd aw ay fO1 half a day And then he b1OkC h1s blll lllzabeth Rowe tlll sho1tl1and elassj Come and see me when you me not needed UK hen you ue 111 needb Llasslhed Ba hful and gleen Flfilll the depths P11 111115 Pro less Those H1bher Up The FICSIIHILU The Sophomo1 es The Jun1o1s The SQHIOIS NI1' Leonard lName 1sland possesslon of the Un1ted States Lols Huho Why a Wir Leonard Correct WI1ss Ihlllams 'Nllss 'Nason lf you had a DISIOH what would you want lt to do" I1ene To ah 91 explode' 1mp Xxllll. was the xwfu HOISC IL 1d' Swanson Why thxt was YVo1den cul IX 1t111 yo C xmp Cultn atmg huh" That s not cul 11x lllll that s IIAIIOXXIIU., 1 1 Lll n Me XlllSt01 what w'1s 1e 1 KN Me AlllNtLl An a1my of men figshtmg a WI1s Cllillllbtllillll Gxye an example of exelamatlon I1y1am C11cl1ets' see that auplane go N11 Jensen to Howeud flltlnord the filet y of sehool A1e you a f1eshman Il1ffo1d No Illl 111 Enehshman V1 s f,l1Z11YlbC1lllY1 W ho w 1OtC Beowu Nlalm I don t know Nhs Qll'1DlbClldlI1 That s not strange obody know s 'XI1 Jen e11 W hat ls wate1ed stoe buthn Cattle that haye been gn en thelr w ater fox the day Basmet 'Sly g1rl eats l1l1e a b1rd '1o1k How s thatq Basmet A peck at a t1n1e Ur Leonard 'NIcAll1ste1 what are the two houses IH Congress? 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A . 14 - - .- , vm rr Page Thlrty two The Clarlon POPULAR SONGS One Hour W1th You Detentlon Call me Darlmg Call me Sweetheart Call me Dear Leon Prltham Hlke Hxe H1k1n Down the Hlghway Beatrxce Henshaw Constance Wescott Drums ln My Heart Phll Marston Chayhe Cadet Thelma Packard Somebody Loves You Audrey Parker You Cant Stop Me from Lovmg You Ehzabeth Gupt1ll Keepmg Out of Mlschlef Now Ehzabeth Rowe Shlrley Packard June 23 Betty Coed Just a Llttle Closer Franklln Gould Wllda Perry Too Late Am t Lowe Grand Smg a INew Song Alxce Arsenault Whlstlc and Blow Your Blues Away Donald Ilv1CAll1St8Y You re The One Dor1s Anderson Robert Byram I se 111 Love I se Is Marlon Rlngrose The Sun s In My Heart Freddre Dalrymple Daybreak Irene Nason Happy Go Lucky You Cyrus Thompson Loncentlatlng On You Marlon Cushlng Strangers Robert Kllby Robert DeCoster They Cut Down the Old Plne Tree Margueute Crowe All of Me Frances Banks Ab ence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder Arthur Osgood Gomg Home Alfretta Small When Nobody Else IS Around Carlene Groves VN HAT WOULD HAPPEN IF Shuley and Hovey were separated? The Freshmen gave up thelr baby ways? Wmthrop Stowell forgot to say somethxng funny? Lawrence forgot to Slllgo MRTIOH Tewksbury Sl'Y'lllEd7 Emery Smlth grew tall? Franklm Gould s halr was combed? Nobody was late' Alma Damels forgot to look at Phxl Rod 9I'lCk7 Inez Allen lost her VOICE? We forgot to stop whlsperlng after the bell rang? Mr Leonard forgot to tell us to Scram outslde at recess t1me" The plano was dusted? Shxrley couldnt figure out a problem Algebra? Elrzabeth could not go to Deer1ng" Wllda couldn t get to Portland? OWPD TO SCARLET FEVER Several vseeks vacatxon had we All because of Scarlet Fever No one knows when It departed All we know IS that we got lt, That lt came to us and seated Its brlght sxgn upon our bodxes, That xt left us all 1n peellng, 'lhat IS all that we dlscovered One brmght mormng 1n the wlnter When the snow was on the landscape We were notlfled the schoolhouse Was shut up A long vacatxon Lay before each sorry scholar Some poor students spent thelr Chrlstmas Underneath a heap of blankets, All because a tmy m1crobe Chose to make of thelr poor bodles, Homes 1n whlch to ralse a famlly Lxke some crlmson spotted clothing, VN hlch had run from many washmgs They lay covered wxth brlght blotches, Whlle outslde upon the door post Hung a sxgn wxth warmng message, Scarlet Fever, No Admlttance ' . y , . y v . . . . . , . s 2 ' , . u as ' ' ' in . - , ' Y , . ' -.l-. . , - V 1 , . . Y Y , KJ Y, I I've G0'C 21 Date With an Angel No one knows from whence we caught it. 7 ' 7 ' ' . . . 7 ' . 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Y gi v - c , . . l 1 v Y ll ' Y The Clarlon Page Thlrty three Now to make up our wacatlon We must go to school all summer Or untll our long attendance Satxsfles the hlgher powers VVe Wlll hold our graduatlon In the merry month of June bugs After all the Natlon s Hlgh Schools Have shut down for lengthy recess Maybe on the twenty second Or upon the day that follows But before th1s grand occas1on We wlll hxe ourselves together On some Saturdays for SGSSIOH So that we can come out even YVhen we end the last semester So I wrote thls pleaslng poetry To commemorate our plague tlme So that when our chlldren read It 'Ihey wxll know just how then' grandparents Had a school and Scarlet Fever Let us hope that they can stand It To read through the latter stanzas, For I wrlte thxs so our chlldren All w1ll reallze what becomes of Schools that have a long vacatlon In the depth of snow and wlnter All because of Scarlet Fever herwm 1111ams amt h1rley hxtehouse ackard assachusetts nst1tute ech anon reland ewksbury eneral otors ertrude arguerlte rowe tlantxc acxfic udrey arker oston ame ruce cLean lfebuoy oa yle mnth eneral eorge lectrlc ompany verett urt1s entral amp 31116 a1'V1l'l entleman roves ountry arlene reeport reder1ck ranklm alrymple 1re epartment WH AT IF Carolyn was a carpenter mstead of a Mason? Shlrley was a Ford mstead of a Packard? Dorothy was a rlver mstead of a Lee Robert was whlte mstead of Brown? Wxnthrop was a real well mstead of a o well? Mauon was a bed mstead of a Cushxng Rogex w IS a crxb mstead of a Basxne Frances was a mountaln mstead of Banks? Carlene was meadows lnstead of Groves? Helen was a curbstone mstead of a Black stone? Loulse was green mstead of Brown? Margueute was a Sparrow mstead of Crowe? JUST IMAGINE Robert B5 ram falllng ln love Constance Wescott not posing Ilranklm Gould to school on tlme Lawny w lthout Thelma Goodwln Wllda Perry to school for a whole week Anybody be1n able to concentrate m e Ma1n Room The Engllsh Room bemg warm Carolyn Mason not havlng her shorthand lesson Dorls Anderson staymg away from a dance Seemg 'Niarlon Cushlng wlthout Tom Saw yer at noon tlme Audrey Parkex s seat empty at noon tlme Carlene Constance and Beatrlce not gomg to the park every mght Marun Camp s1tt1ng stlll m Sclence class ' v . 1 ? ' ' ' St - . - I I 1. . . . ,I I ' i. . V2 B. ' ' . L ' t , , Alma was old instead of Young? I . .. u a ' g ' th orp. - I ' P . . . f x . 1 'll W V1 14 H "5 H1 xl YH '11 :fl I'1 .lnll ul .l'1 W .i. , lm , , il BOYS SWIMMING TEA BOYS RIFLE TEAM 7 L. Worden, S. Packard, P. Marston YEAR OF 1929 Stanley Ayer Cumberland County Power 8: Lrght Co Portland Esther Osgood Lenox Shoe Co Freeport Mabel Blackstone Freeport Marne Gladys Olrver Mrchrgan Gladys Marr Mrs Burton Truman Nor wav Marne Ruth Stover Freeport Marne Ruth Hazelton Srmmons College Boston Frances Cushrng Poland Sprrng Marne Marron Guptrll Portland, Mame Josephrne Porter Colby College Lourse Gould teachrng at Barley School Freeport Edna True Lenox Shoe Company Free port Phrlmon Hatch Freeport Press Freeport Clyde Ulrrckson Freeport George Soule Freeport Ralph Wrnslow Hotel Garage Freeport Dorothy Marston Freeport Olrver Wrnslow Gorham Normal School Raymond Holbrook Freeport Wrllram Brown Freeport Lours Pervrer, Pownal Danrel Tuttle Bangor Theologrcal Sem mary YEAR OF 1930 Harrret Bennet Lenox Shoe Factory, Freeport Marne Alton Brewer Freeport, Marne Harrret Brewer Mrs Ernest Everett, Boston Mass Dorothy Brown Farmmgton Normal School Farmmgton Marne Ada Conant Lenox Shoe Factory Free port Marne John Crouse at home Freeport Marne John Cushrng Masons Drug Store Free port Marne Wrnrfred Cushrng, Umversrty of Marne Orono Marne Alumm Alrce Dyer Unnersrty of Marne Orono Mame James Hall Freeport Press Freeport Irene Henshaw Lenox Shoe Factory Freeport Mame Dorrs Jackson Mrs Russell Edwards Fal mouth Mame Mrldred Knrght Lenox Shoe Factory Freeport Marne George Malm Freeport Marne Dorothy Patterson olllce of Lenox Shoe Factory Freeport Guy Rowe Hotel Garage Freeport Marne Glendon Soule Unrversrty of Marne Orono Marne Dorothy Thompson Freeport Marne Emma Wrlson ofllce of Robert E Randall Freeport Evanvelrne Cookson Mrs Wrllrs Randall Portland Marne YEAP OF 1931 Albron Allen Wentworth College Boston Mass Clarrce Curtrs Gorham lNormal School Gorham Marne Henry Dalrymple coal busrness Freeport Marne Donald DeCo ter Pownal Marne Thelma Goodwm, post graduate of F H George Hayward post graduate of F H Margaret Hayward Freeport Marne Helen Jackson Freeport Marne Ruth Kennedy Lenox Shoe Factory Free port Marne Della Mrles teachrng at Low ell Marne Elmer Porter Brrdgton Academy Brrdg on Beulah Shaw post graduate of F H S Eva Thompson Mrs Elmer Wrllrams Brunswrck Marne Rlchard Thompson Freeport Mame Ruth Vteston Gorham Normal School Gorham Mame Cynthra Yhnslow post graduate of F H S 0:00101 110: 114111121 3 11 1101411112111 1 3 -1 lo: 11 11 11 1 an 1 111 1 cs qwuzuzwzo ! 0:01:05 in 1 13 11- 1 as 3 31131114130111111qsojoioiuil1301413111n1u1u111io2x11no:o . . 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U ' ' 1 I . 0 E i i i . i g . 1 6 1:11 1 14110101 14 101014 10101403 03010101014 1 1411014 1 if-3010101 Compllments of Compllments, of BENOIT S DEERING ICE CREAM MEN S and YOUNG MEN S WEARING APPAREL IOCGI I wx I1 I coulrl get 1 XYOITITI1 ruth monu C 101 u c 5 mu x ,fzot euou Compllments of the F ldellty Trust Company Portland Monument Square Exchan e Street Woodfords Square Brunswxck Cumberland M1115 Fryeburg Harrlson Lxmerlck Sanford South Portland South Wlndham Nvestbrook Yarmouth 101 if 1011-24:1iuitxt-1'v1H1',1n,:, 0:01 1 1 1 1 3 1-if iugngfwn 1 i 9 1 i i iuiui xiuiniuinitriu1viuiu1HilOiQ 'EW141 'T iN? 3 1 1 it illlli G' sv: "s - ', t ' t " If i: Yo :un if '1 'w , gh, O I .. 0 .- D I Y 7 I I - , , grin:-.1 us rx 1 an cn 4-f az, an an 31,1-i-11111 1 io: 14111 3 is THE SHAW BUSINESS COLLEGE ' 2 Congress Street Portland Marne Courses Busmess Shorthand SCCYCIKYIHI Catalog Nt on A rqursl Correct LIIIS sentence VVI1en I was you dxdnt thmk about boys Bank With Us by mall Marne Savings Bank Portland Flame 21g Ilzddlf Sfme! 6 C-UIIAIFYS qhfff ner Chcen fm Iffeqaozl Ilzqh 15111001 HOME and RESTAURANT FURNISHERS OREN HUOPER SONS I UI Klum! Ilfmw I I' The Sportmg Goods St Headquarters for School Athletxc Supplles THE JAMES BAILEY 264 266 Mlddle Street Portland Malne Tel Preble 2230 age young lady sand the moth Compllments of Gray's Busmcss College 'Nofrh I Imnlm P1271 Portland Mazne 6 Ffojgpd. ,:,-ri 1 1 11:1 1 141 1 10142114010 9:0101 3 14,3 1 3 3,3 1 1,1103 ! U cc ' Oren l ' ' - - Ill I l I' H ' C0 : - : . . , I ' g u i ' H l : ! : Q I . , I l U oznquqnnzmzu : .:.o4no:n:4 qnuqnozoannzuvzo ofvquqpunogr,xrT11Izozoxnqpnqnoammn-up ' - H V v1 - u . , er, I - v - , n 53104: 1 L4-ioiuiozoim-1:11 i iozmzo O:0u10qDxxirvinio14rQ9l3 1 311110: i . ' T - ' 2 , I . . s 1 Q 1 E i ' , I ' Y 4, , ' . I . i . i 4 . 4 . 1 , . 3 - 5 Y I . : . - s JJ E ' - ' 0:01:41 1 at 1041010101-poxox 1 4:4111-0:0 o:n1u1nqno1-rio: un mn an 1 10101411 '-.2 10.1-oil-L:ngo::o: zz .-an 1 1 goin? ,Fling 1 3 1 1 1 1: iw: 3:1 1 1 4 4 77 . , T . . ' . ' I , . , 5 C w. . ' v. -5 l ' ! , : ' I ' 99 I l . I V L A T 0:01111 1 :oi goiuguiogozr 1 10142020 30:01 1 1 112410111 xxx 1 112 H C WESTON CASH DEALER IN GROCERIES CANDY PAINTS AND VARNISI-IES HARDWARE AND CROCKERY PERFECTION OIL RANGES AND HEATERS ATLANTIC STOVES AND RANGES Florence Range Burners a Specialty ALSO A FINE LINE OF LAWN MOXVERS XVc Shall Try to Show You That We Apprcclate Your Patronagc Freeport Mame ARCADE FILLING STATION R V HUNTER GAS OIL TIRES AND ACCESSORIES felt 'vfzone Conmrlxon My old man kxlled hlmself WILII a rope I11 bet lt ww the same kmd you re smokmg JOHN STOWELL Manufacturer of Wlre Des1gns and Noveltles Freeport Maine Complrmen ts 0 ANNIE HUNTER Freeport Marne IRENE SOULE S BEAUTY PARLOR O ers All Branches o Beauty Culture Tel 94 Freeport Mame Complxrnents 0 THE CLOVERDALE CO Betfer Grocerzes at Low Prices Freeport Mame 1011: 241: 691141:riui4v14u:no1oqo4:av14ri4u14v14v1o1414 1 141 14 14 34 14 1 O I 7 7 9 zvxogoxuxoxug 14 101941414 14 1 1 in-v 1 1 uu4.qp4n:41r: gn14,qnoqn4-an qnnz 14,14 4: '1 qv--14114-qp41qn4,uv-4-q-4--94110101414110:014114114-::r:4vgs4,:u: 14 1 14,1 Q Q , , 44 f xr: cumin: 10:0-50:41:4114,1014-14141.1 1 141 qn4v14,q,41.tcs 14-1 1-141411 U . . . ,, I . 44 1 4 ' , 1 ' V' 4 . - 5:01 +1ui4r24r1oi4r1 1n14r1441u14 1442. 9:00102 1411414r14r14n14n14r1oi4 1 101 - c i . , S ! f 1 14w1u2oz41 1 1 1 1 101014114020 0:4x1n1u1n14r1 3 1 1 1 1 1 30:41 finioioioi Z4 34 1 1414 1 11 1014020 5541101 rg v14x14n3o:4r14ri4:1oi +1 201 , n . ' c l ::o14,:4f14,:oz4,: 314,141 14,1 14.020 agosto: 1 1 14,3 1414: 1 1 3 14 14 Why go to Portland For your gracluanon clresses, hosxery hn gene, gloxes, mtlhnery, and all oth r wearmg apparel when you can get just the flgllt artxcle, HI 3 less pI'lCC at DAVIS nn BRUNSWICK O1 I Pit How do you hke youx like teeth 1 1 :oo COU1pIl171E7lf5 O P A LYONS Wfhen you neecl a shave or ha1rcut There s luck for you IH store, ust call at the Bow Street Barber Shop T15 on the basement Hoor 1,1 1 1 1 :oc Complzmenls 0 C B CALDWELL Freeport Marne QQ l i Q 1 i LQ 11 211111211100 EAT MIKE S HOT DOGS Vlame Street Brunsw :cle Mame Wubur F Browne, D DS O1 cr Post O cc Brunswick Maine 11 0911 1 1 11 H SOULE IIRI: AND AUTO INSURANCE Freeport Marne PHILIP DEROSIER Dealer nz Grocenes, Frults, Confectxonery and Prowsxons Freeport Maine 1 i i i lJ,1OC O 4... - - .,-..g. .g.,-., 1, ., ., I. ., 1, ., ., U ., ..' Q ! i 7 ' I - l ' 5 n ! 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U ., ., , MAINE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Auburn 480 Congress Street Bangor Portland Marne Tlvcfe srlvools 0 er to flue people 0 Mama the Bev! amzlalvle opportumty or a tl7or0z4gl7 projqlalile lmsmefv Cfl1lCdf107'l zn the rlwrleft possible time TI-IOROUGH BUSINESS TRAINING AT MINIMUM EXPENSE OVER FIFTEEN YEARS of success m trammg and placmg young people ln busmess and teaclung posxnons ms vour best gmrantee of complete smsfacnon Splendid Equxpment Experxenced Teachers A CONTINUIING PERSOINAI INTERTST IN EVERY STUDENT Send or lates! Catalorue Do vou Illlllli Im LOIICQIICCI about my brams Nonsense' Im sure that nothmg of the lnnd ew er entered vour head BASTIAN BROS CO Complzments 0 Manufacturers of Cl1ss Rmgs and Pins Scnool Actxuty Emblems Engraved Commencement Announce H E DAVIS SHOE ments 'md Vtsxtmg Cards COMPANY Catalog on Request Desk A 89 Rochester, N Y Freeport Malne xoxo: -1 1411-tx 1 1-1-1 1 1 11 out -,I-an 11H1u1w1w111 1 'gm-an-'1,1o1 9 f , . U , . I . I K I I t . T . 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