Gardiner Area High School - Quill Yearbook (Gardiner, ME)
- Class of 1933
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C ommcrual Lau and Industual Hmtorr, Constance M Hzggzns
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A R Carter
O C Woodman
Gucnclolen P gmlfll
Effre M Wtatlmerbee
Helen M Harlow
E H Danforth
Paulme B Carter
Mzltlrtd E Coombs
Aubrey Plazst d
Eta M Towne
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Thls QUILL IS lovmgly cledzcated ln appreclatzon
of her untlrmg ejforzts and patzem: encouragement
as adviser of the Quzll Board
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Pubhshed by the Students of GardIner I-hgh Sehool, Gardlner Mame
JUNE Nlneteen ThIrty three
THE QUILI. STAFF FUR 19321933
We wonder what the present pllpll S
sense of honor IS Has he one7 Sense of
honor as applIed to a hIgh sehool pllpll IS a
serIous feelmg In one s mInd w hIeh prompts
hIm ID makmg dCC1SlODS How strong or
great IS thIs sense of honor 1S an Important
eonsIderatIon for a boy or gIrl who IS near
Ing hIs or her last school days Does If In
fluenee h1s actIons and thoughts or Wlll he
aet thoughtlessly, only thInlcIng of hIs own
Immedlate gaIn7 Elbert Hubbard has Sald
The man who cannot take eare of l11I11S6lf
and thmk for hImself, and aet rIghtly for
hImself Wlll be a drag and a burden on any
eommumty Very often boys and glrls
graduate from h1gh sehool to take theIr
part IH the COIUIHLIIHIY Wlfl10Llf havIng
learned to take care of themselves and
thInk for themselves, and act rIvhtly for
themselves Too many tImes durIng
theIr school days they have made LIDVHSC
decISIons, thInlcIns1 only of themselves I
reeItatIonS or ID sports theIr sole aIm has
been to be the best, XV1Il'1OLlf workmff by
Chrzstlne Donot an
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Kuthletn Dart eau
themselves for If A person who stoops to
d1shoneSt means of IttaIIIInv SueeeSS or
promotIon has aetually lowered hIs Self es
teem, and although hIS dIshoneSty m ry not
be deteeted at the tlme by others yet he
hunself has weakened hIs ow I1 power
Puplls of hIgh Sehool age ShoIIld reahze
a sense of honor wIth reward to the trust
and confldenee of parents w ho h Ive trled to
traln theIr eharaeters, there IS too 'I sense
of honor wIth regard to teaehers who have
gIven theIr best that the Students mwht be
fltted and who expeet them to make an
honorable return of study thIrd there Ib a
sense of honor to fellow students, by each
doIIIg hIs allotted share of Sflldy and prepa
ratIon W1fllOllt talclnv advantage of others
By thIs traInInU of ehaIf1eter one s sense
of honor as a eItIzen of the eommumty
town, and eountry IS eultlvated and not
only 1S a person s self respeet Increased but
wherever hIS path of lIfe may be he be
comes an asset and a power for good
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TYPISTS - - - - - - - - - - - Beatrzce Corkum
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AN AID FOR MORNING
Re ular ITIOYDIIIU assembhes h'1xe of late
years become rather l3OI'1Ilg espeemlly to
notlunf to sustfuu the mterest Th1s IS
largely due to the fact th1t we have not a
SUHILILDI number of hymnals to prov1de
eaeh member of the student body w1th a
It was formerly the custom to have re
sponsne readmg but now If IS 1mposs1ble
Thus the pres1dent reads the whole selec
t1on xxlule students lament the t1me wh1ch
they feel eould be more prof1tably spent ID
Mr Woodman h1mself satd that he be
l1eved that smgmg started the day off r1ght
and that those who d1d not sing wlth the
others lost someth1ng from the1r day Thxs
IS QLIIIS so, but many do not know the words
of the hymns and hav1ng no books they
are left w1th noth1nf1 to do but stand and
l1sten If the school had enough books for
everyone to take part, there would be a
great deal more 1nterest shown
We understand that the precedlng sen1or
class left a fund to purchase more hymnals
but there was not QLIIIC enough money It
m1ght not be a bad 1dea for th1s year s out
gO1Hg class to fill out the requ1red amount
Phyllls Gould 33
A great 1mprox ement IU 1ll our class
rooms would be the removal of study pu
p1ls They always detract from the class
afrfud to ree1te 1f there were jumors or sen
1ors IH the room As ID upper elassman I
now feel that our class IS lack1ng 1f If con
talns study pup1ls I do not en3oy my
classes as much when the teachers atten
t1on IS drawn to the request of a study pu
p1l If there are even three or four study
pLlp1lS IH the room I do not feel as close to
my classmates as I should There should
be st1pulated rec1tat1on and study rooms at
d1fferent per1ods I belleve th1s would be
more benef1e1al to both the study pup1l and
the one 1'ec1t1ng Ruth Jordan 33
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
The expenses of THE QUILL as of any
magazme are so large that the SL1bSC1'1pt1OI1S
buy your QUILLS for a reduced pr1ce an
we are one of the few schools that do t 15
fr1ends By the1r buymg space 1n the QUILL
we are able to meet all expenses and let you
have the magazme at a reduced DTICS Pat
ron1'fe our advert1sers and show them that
they profit by havmg an advernsement 111
mll not cover them You pup1ls ID
Therefore our adverusers are our
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A LAMP IN TI-Il: WOODS
The Eastern Musrc Camp IS a camp whcrc
boys and grrls of hlgh school age can spend
elght weeks rn the summer studyrng musrc
under some of the best known 1nstructors
rn the Unlted States Thrs camp IS srtuated
on Lake Messalonskee, Srdney Mame It
has about 1 half mlle of water frontage, and
the land extends approxlmately one mile
castward from the shore taklng 1n beautr
tul woods Thls camp rs the only one of lts
krnd lh the eastern scctlon of the Unlted
States There 1S a s1m1lar camp at Inter
There rs a large Maln Lodge contalnlng a
second floor are faculty rooms Near th1s
IS the Glrl s Lodgc vm h1ch has two screened
m porchcs, the upper one belng used for
The boys quarters are at the farther end
of the woods They have two log tablns
and two tents There IS a well equ1pped IH
firmary, w1th a graduate nurse ln charge
On a knoll on the path leadrng to the
Bowl stands a rustrc chapel It has FUSCIL
benches and pulplt From here the ylew
through the trees oyerlooklng the lake IS
especlally beautlful at sunset
The Bowl IS one of the largest out door
aud1tor1ums to be found anywhere The
archltecture IS especially sultable for the
surroundmg woods, and the acoustrc prop
ertres are remarkable In the rear of thrs
burldrng are the Drrectors office, tunlng
room, and muslcal hbrary, contalnrng about
two thousand volumes
Durmg the trme I was there last summer
the day was d1VldCd 1nto perlods, wlth re
hearsals ln the mornlng and other classes
and rccreatlon IH the afternoon
Indlvldual lessons could be had on any
lnstrument There was chance for solo
work and there were also chamber musrc
groups Thesc SOI11Cf1I1lCb furnlshed
cvenmg s cntertarnment for the camp
Thc Chorus rehearsal began wlth vocal
CXCTCISCS These d1d much to help the dlc
tron and tone quahty for whlch we armed
Before the end of thc season much knowl
edge could be ga1ned of masterpreces of
The Orchestra played successfully many
of the masterpieces of symphonlc wrltlng
The Band recerved trarnlng ln tone, rn
tonatlon and mterpretatlon, as the Chorus
and Orchestra d1d It was strrrrng to hear a
band of about slxty preces play such com
posrtlons as Gramger s Country Gardens,
Sousas Stars and Strlpes Forever and
In the early evenrng there werc often
baseball games The faculty had a team
and many games of friendly rrvalry were en
Joyed There were also basketoall, volley
ball tcnnls and prng pong tournaments
fencmg, and canoemg Two water meets
were held I-Ilkes and campfires were also
enjoyed Thrs rs a health camp as well as a
Many guests v1s1ted the camp from Vafl
ous sectlons of the United States There
were guest sololsts and conductors who
added to our enjoyment
Students came to this camp from many
states Florrda and Venezuela were repre
sented last year
A great deal IS ga1ned by belng wlth such
fine teachers and knowing them personally
as well as 1n playmg rn a band, chorus, or
orchestra whlch can do so much rn tralnlng
one along musical hnes
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We are grateful to Pauline Lelbowltz, '33
and commend her hrghly for her drawmgs
whlch head the departments of th1s lssue of
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A TRIBUTE to the memory of MISS Ahce R1chards who for many
years xx as a beloved teacher 1n the Gardlner Hlgh School has been
put rn prmted form by her mother Mrs Laura E Rlchards ln
th1s book haxe been assembled var1ous tesnmomals made by puplls
and fr1ends at the tlme of her death and several of Mrss Rlchards
poems lt IS the purpose of thls collectlon to help keep ahve the
wonderful spmt and ldeals of a very dear teacher eltlzen and frlend
ofGard1ner A number of these booklets were put 1nto the hands
of Mr Woodman who presented them to the members of the Honor
Soelety of 1933
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THE ALILE M RICHARDS
The death of M1ss Allee M Rlehards
who for twenty seven years had been at the
head of the I:ngl1sh department at Gardlner
H1 h School left a gap nex er to be fllled ID
the IUIIICIS of those who were 1nsp1red by her
presence Th1s feelmv urged fr1ends 111
Gardmer to perpetuate her memory
These frlends met to talk the matter ox er
and declded that a H1 fh School L1brary
would be the most fittlng memorml A
COIUITIIITCC was ehosen to work w1th the
Supermtendent of Schools and the PTIDCI
pal of the H1 h School and the present
sehool l1brary IS the outgrowth of the
Th1s l1brary w h1eh IS loe 1ted on the left
hand slde at the extreme north end of the
lower eorr1dor 15 one of the best sehool l1
brarles 111 the st 1te of Malne a11d eonta1ns
numerous excellent books from fa1ry stor
ICS to encycloped1as
The l1brary 18 under the SLIPCTVISIOU of
M1ss Marletta Parshley of the Gardlner
H1gh Sehool f1eulty It IS open flxe per1
ods of the day and IIS seruce to the stu
dents and faeulty 19 of the h1ghest effielency
the routlne l'3LlIIg much l1ke that of our e1ty
Many pL1p1lS XISII the l1brary eaeh day
and a large number are often turned away
beeause of lack of room tho11gh extra
cha1rs and tables were 1nstalled at the be
v1nn1nv of th1s school year These were
the g1ft of Mr R P Hazzard and are greatly
apprec1ated by both the students and the
Some students go to the l1brary to work
and look 11p mater1al for the1r TCLIIHIIOHS
wh1le others go to read for pleasure I
e1ther case all attend str1ctly to the1r own
readmg It IS very seldom a student has to
be d1sm1ssed for bad behavlor Last year
I8 887 students v1s1ted the l1brary and
2 750 books were borrowed
The number of students LISIIILI the l1br1ry
lb mcreaslng so rap1dly that xt has beeome
ev1dent that somet1me there w1ll be a neees
SIIY of mov1ng th1s department of the school
l1fe to 'mother part of the blllldlflg where
there IS sufflelent room to aeeommodate all
The Alxee M R1chards IVl6!1lOI'18l L1brary
has grown to mean so mueh to all students
that 1f If were suddenly taken away, lf lb
hard to real1ze what the1r reactlon would be
Surely every student would COI1S1dCI' a xery
xaluable part of G'1rd1ner H1gh School lost
to h1m ThIS would be true for there IS no
doubt that there would be a great loss of
educatxon not to ment1on pleasure Ex ery
book IH the l1brary w1ll teach SOl'116flI1I'1g to
the student who IS eager to learn
Some e1t1zens w1sh they eould help stu
dents h11t th1nk that beca11se they are not
wealthy they can not do anyth1ng worth
Let us LOIXSICICI' the matter of IHag3Zll'1CS for
IHSEHDCG In DTCVIOLIS years the students
have had access to s1xteen magazlnes
Among them are the Amer1can, Atlant1c
Monthly Forum, Current H1story Harper s
Nanonal Geograph1c, Saturday Evenmg
Post SLICDIII'-1C Amenean Popular Sclenee
AIXICYICHII Cookery, Good HOLlSCkCCp1I1g
The future classes however, Wlll be de
pr1ved of th1s add1t1onal 6dl1C21I1OH as lack
of f11nds w1ll prevent further subscrlptlon to
many of these magazlnes CIEIZCDS who
regularly rece1ve magazrnes that they do not
w1sh to keep on file would be do1ng a great
serv1ee to the students of Gardmer H1gh
School 1f they would pass these magazlnes
on to MISS Parshley or Mr Woodman to be
used 1n the l1brary
If the alumn1 and fr1ends of our school
can gne support and a1d to the l1brary as
MISS Rlchards gave her devot1on and en
tl'1US1HSHI to the students of Gardmer H1gh
School, there Wflll be no questlon as to the
future welfare and growth of the Al1ce M
Rlchards Memorlal L1brary
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JANUARY 26 1889 MAY 12 1933
Sed nox CIFTCL taput msn cmumrolat umlml Aeneld Vl
The passlng of Mlss Myrtle Rumery shocked and saddened our
school and mdeed the whole crty For 18 years she had been a
teacher of Lann at Gardmer l-hgh School attenduw to her
work quretly cheerfully farthfully By her thorough knowledge
of the subject and her aptrtude for malcmg a so called dead
language lnterestmg she rnsprred many puplls or Gardmer I-hgh
Senrors especrally appr rated her teachmg of Vrrgrl her storres of
myths and anclent bellefs and her thoughtful and pleasant man
ner of revlewlnv the less pleasant grammar and references thus
helprng students who were preparlng for college entrance
ofthe school rn other lrnes beslde her own specral subject She
had been the teacher adviser of the Halls Commrttee ever srnce
that body was mstltuted m 1922 and spent much trme helprng
and advrsmg the monrtors that they mlght more easrly and eflic
rently drrect the corrrdor traffic In 1923 she was charrman of the
unlor Red Cross ln length of SCIVICC she was the dean of the
present stall of I-hgh School teachers and durrng all the years of
her work she gave unsparlngly of her tlme her energy and her
lnterest for the betterment of the school
To her famlly the pupils and teachers of Gardlner Hlgh Qchool
extend therr deep sympathy especrally to Mrss Lena wrth whom
she lrved and whose motherly care of her younger srster was so
lovmgly bestowed May her lonelmess be eased by the thought
that her srster s example and precepts llve rn the puprls who have
come under her guldance and
To lwe ln hearts we leate behind
Is not to due
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It w rs a brtterly eold nrght rn the mreldle
fjanuary The streets were praetreally de
serted exeept for a few nrght w atehmen w ho
were patrollrng therr beat
Down the street came a boy who ap
peared to be about srxteen years of age
He was dressed rn a parr of threadbare
trousers a thrn eoat a battered cap, and a
parr of shoes that were much the worse for
wear Gver hrs shoulder he earrred a bag.,
sueh as rs used for earryrnv newspapers
He was HERE loolerng and had a pleasant
face although rt bore a worrred look
As he walked along he thought of hrs
srck mother at home whom he loved wrth
all hrs boyrsh heart Gee I dont know
what Im gorng to do he sard to hrmself
Mother rs so srek and the doetor sard her
only chance would be to have an operatron
But the questron rs, where rs the money
eomrng from? I haven t had xery good luele
sellrrw my papers r rd I xe earned only four
doll rrs dorng odd jobs It takes ex ery eent
for food and mcdrerne for her I eertarnly
don t know what Hello What s thrs7"
Hrs foot had suddenly come rn contaet
wrth somethrng lyrng on the street H
stopped and preked rt up and mueh to hrs
surprrse saw that rt was a wallet As he ex
amrned rt he found that rt had money rn rt
Glory' Two hundred and frfty srx dol
larsl l he exelarmed Gee rf rt w as only
mrne' I eould easrly pay for mother s op
eratron rnd then she would be all well
But then I suppose there s an rdentrfrcatron
eard rn here Yes here rt rs Charles
Gwen 168 Raymond Boulevard Trenton
New ersey I know th rt plaee Ive been
past there qurte often I guess they are all
rreh people up that way They probably
wouldnt mrss a small amount lrke thrs
Boy' Why eouldn t I burn the wallet
and keep the money? he thought as an
rdea flashed through hrs mrnd I eould
grve the doetor the money but then he
would probably wonder where I got rt and
thrnk I stole rt Yes and rf mother should
ever drseover rt shed feel terrrble and I
don t want to vrve her any more worry she
has more than rs good for her now
Oh rf only Dad hadn t dred he sard
wrstfully he was so good and we always
had plenty of everythrng when he was wrth
But look now, there s a mortgage on
the house mother s slowly dyrng and oh
I don t know what all
I on t know whether to keep thrs
money or not I know I should return rt
small eottage that had onee been whrte but
was now rather weatherbeaten He en
tered quretly and elosed the door Al
though he had been quret rn enterrng, hrs
mother had heard hrm
trme he had reaehed home
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Is that you ames? she asked ID '1
Yes mother I xx as rather busy tonrght
'md drdn t get baek as early as I expected to
I-Ie took off hrs eoat and hat and went
1nto the other room where hrs mother xx as
lyllio' rn a bed IU the eorner I-Ioxx are you
feelrng tonrvnt mother7 he asked after he
had krssed her
Oh I feel pretty well dear don t
worry about me You just remember fh1S
rf anythmg should happen to me always be
a good honest boy I know your daddy
xx ould be proud of you rf he could see you
Although hrs mother had sa1d that she
felt xvell ames eould see that she xxas fall
1n1 Those fexx xx ords that she had sa1d de
erded hrm that he xxould return the money
the frrst thmg rn the mormng
After he had seen that hrs mother xxas
comfortable for the nwht he deelded to go
to bed After thlnkrng for a long whlle he
fmally dozed off to sleep
The next mornrnv he xxas up brrght and
early ind got breakfast for h1s mother and
h1mself After washrng the drshes makmg
hrs mother comfortable and putting on his
xery best elothers he started out to return
I-Ie vxalked to Raymond Boulevard and by
the t1me he reached there lf xx as falrly late
rn the forenoon I-Ie found the house he
wanted and walked up and rang the bell
A mald answered the bell and showed hrm
IDIO a room She told hrm to be seated
whrle she went for Mr Owen
james had been Slttlng there thmkmg and
xvondermg what sort of a man Mr Owen
xx ould be xvhen a mlddle aged pleasant
faced man entered the room I-Iello my
boy Dld you w1sh to see me? he asked
Yes I found th1s wallet slr and If has
your name 1n lf ames replled
You found my wallet' I-Iow ean I ever
thank you? exelalmed Mr Owen It has
a preture of my mother IH lf that she had
g1ven me 1ust before she dled and I prized If
very hrghly You don t knoxv how thankful
Is there 1 pleture 111 rt? I drdn t nonce
any saxd ames
Let me see yes here It IS nght under
the 1dent1f1eat1on card Tell me boy
there anyth1n 1 I ean do for you to show my
gratrtudel You Ire a xery honest boy
Oh that xx rsnt anythlng I only did
my duty is my mother would want me to
Where xs your mother? Mr Owen
She s home and xery slck slr
That s too bad Have you a father'
No slr he IS dead
What do you do for a l1v1ng7
I sell papers and run errands for people
Mr Owen had always been fond of boys
and th1s one rmpressed h1m more than any
he had met He questroned James further
about hrs mother and her Illness I-I
learned that she needed an operatron I-Ie
offered to pay for lf but ames was proud
and would not accept By the way I need
an office boy Would you accept the posr
IIOD7 asked Mr Owen
ames was completely overwhelmed wrth
joy Oh yes slr but you are so klnd how
ean I thank you7
You haxe done your share I-Iow
xxould twenty dollars per week be to begrn
Oh that s lots more than my servlces
xx ould be worth'
Not rf I am any 1udge of character
ames and Mr Owen finally came to an
agreement xvhereby he vxould pay for the
operatron and james could pay hlm back
As soon as the talk was over ames
rushed home to break the good news to h1s
After he had frnrshed she turned a glad
face toxvards her son and sighed happily
ames I am very proud to have such a
wonderful son' Lomsc Du Pont, 36
LAM ENT ON LITERATURE
Now tell me xvhere his the rom rnee gone
In the books I used to read
And tell me where IS the lady fa1r
And the hero of brave deed7
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Who alxx 'us trled to bend
The l1LTO111t. to hls putt ose fell
But repents hun at the end?
Perhaps IC was as crltrcs say
A lot of tommy rot
But those books then vxcrc eet and clean
And books today arc not
Phyllis Gould 33
IT S A BUM LIFE
An old deaf lady was slttlng in front of
her kltchen stove kmttmg when suddenly
someone knocked loudly on the door
Pears to me that clock rs trckrng klnd
o loud lately she sard to herself
After a short pause the knocklng con
tlnued growlng louder and more raprd
The old lady began to sense that someone
xxas at the door so she crled 1D a hlgh
shrlll yolce Come rn'
An old tramp entered Your next door
nerghbor told me you mrght spare me a b1te
to eat he sald
What say' the old lady replred cock
ing her head on one s1de Im a lrttle
Your nerghbor sald you mlght glV6 me a
b1te to eat
Somethmg the matter wlth your feet7
No the tramp shouted and repeated
more loudly hls frrst request for eats
Uh sald the old lady Mrs Jones has
somethlng the matter w1th her feet What
No the tramp replled Can I have
somethrng to eat please7
Erysrpelas now that s too bad My
uncle once had that Is she very badl
The tramp xx as gettlng weary so he
yelled thrs t1me I want a prcce of cake'
She d shake Well my goodness that s
bad She better vxatch out or shell be
The old tramp advanced to the s1de of the
old lady and at the top of hls vorce shouted
ID her ear I xx ant a plete of cake and some
The old lady began to understand and a
look of anger covered her face Why
dldn t you sly so 1n the first place? Come
rn here tryrn to play on an old lady s feel
rngs eh? I fun t got anvthrng to eat for you
You get out of here or I ll set my dog on you
Go on' Get out' Here Trgel Here Tlge
The old tramp sturrled for the door
Sltuuootl Pzckermg 33
ack plcked up the telephone rccelver
141 R please
I-Ie waited a few mmutes then a vo1ce
Yes thls is Bertha
Are you very busy to n1ght7 asked ack
Well how about golng to the IHONICS7
Why Id just be dehghted I havent
been for nrgh ten years
uit your klddlng Bertha Im serrous
Do you thlnk your mother wlll let yot ol
Why of all thrngs my mothers been
dead for thrrty five years thls comrng
At that jack xxas startled to thlnk that
Bertha hrs best glrl frrend would say that
rt was nigh ten years since she had been to
the movles and that her mother had been
dead thlrty five years when rt was only last
Frrday that he had taken her to the movles
and yesterday that he had been talklng to
Well lf you dont want to go Ill get
May Webb She ll be glad to go with me
and lt wlll be a long tlme before Ill call
141 R agatn
141 R7 Why th1s IS 101 R that you are
'IOI R7 Why er Im awfully sorry I
thought I was speaktng to Bertha Smlth
That s all rlght my boy but you re talk
rng to Bertha Crane
At that jack hung up the recelver much
drsgusted xvrth hrmself to thrnk that he had
been trylng to make a date w1th Bertha
Crane the old mald that lrved across the
street Glen Falcon: 33
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The oeean fltful ID hls xlolenee
Inexted by consplrators wlnd and ram
Makes h1xoe on great xessels cargo laden
Whleh to IHHIIIKHIII thelr courses valnly
And as 1 mower len es a gI"'l1I1 fleld bare
As 1f no seed had ever flour1shed there
So do hrs Jaws dex our strong shlps 1nd
Which formerly only happy journeys knew
But sometimes weaned of hrs snarllng wateh
I'le drops hls net and very tranqull turns
Molestlng not the swlmmers IU sheltered
And rocks the sweet chlld s bo1t ID sportlve
ra y Emzlw Skehan 33
Eaeh one a falry fay
And ID thelr l1nd of elfin realm
Wlth them I go and play
And then sometlmes eaeh IS 1 ship
To take me overseas
Alaska Ch1n1 Qpaln or Eranee
W1th them I x1sxt these
Constanee Lucas 33
A PECULIAR PET
I haxe a DCLLIIIZII' pet 1 pet I belleve llke
no one else s It 19 a polywog that I found
last summer IH 1 pond behlnd the reservolr
and brought home IU 1n old t1n ean When
I got home I put hlm 111 a fish bowl where
he has been exer slnee I-Ie IS now about
four 1nehes long I-Ie has never developed
IHCO a frog and retalns hls tall unnl today
I-Ie has a whlte belly and throat HIS body
IS d1rk green spotted wlth lrght green I
feed htm flsh food and he seems to thrlve on
lt xery w ell He knows when I am gO1Dg to
feed hun and w1ll eome to the surface
xt the s1de of the bowl and walt for
me to feed h1m When the radlo IS turned
on loud he beglllb to swun rapldly espeel
ally when a band IS playlng I-Ie IS xery 1D
terestlng to watch and I often wonder lf he
w1ll l1ve to be very old or whether he will
grow any larger I am told that he wlll
nex er dex elop lnto a frog
Sherwood Pzekenng 33
MY PACK AND MY CANOE
When llfe gets klnd of slow and slack
And I get feellng blue
I ll only ask for just two thmgs
My pack and my canoe
If all my friends should turn on me
I ll turn upon them too
The only thlngs I ll want then are
My paek 1nd my eanoe
I ll leave the rush of crowds and sueh
And go where lakes are blue
Wlth the th1ngs I can depend on
My pack and my canoe
I ll l1ve my lxfe alone up there
And when my tune comes due
I ll d1e w hlle sleepmg w 1th my frlends
My paek and my eanoe
Amos Bagley Jr 33
I s1t beslde a brook and llsten
To me If tells IIS tale
I-low It w1ll one day to the sea
And help great shlps to sa1l
I-Iow 1C w1ll wander on and on
To strange seas far aw ay
To southern lslands warm llgoons
To northern Wllld swept bay
I-low xt wrll see the wondrous fl'11I1U'S
Of earth and sky and sea
And then may some day wander baek
To talk agam to me
Phyllzs Gould 33
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QUIET IN THE LIBRARY
The puprls of Gardrner Hlgh havc been
extremely fortunate thrs year rn the lnstall
ment of the new tables and charrs rn the
llbrary Th1s HLlCl1E1OI1 has enabled twelve
more pupils each perlod to partake of the
pleasure and share the llterary benef1t of the
library volumes The l1brar1an Miss Pirsh
ley IS always W1ll1Hg and ready to assrst the
puprls IH findlng books or references Thls
IS qurte a brll to frll as one w1ll realrze
when he conslders the scores of puplls who
dally use the llbrary The two new tables
wlth the1r chalrs have made COIld1tlOI1b
rather crowded and wlth twelve extra peo
ple wanderlng around and IUOV1Ug Il'lC1I'
charrs If rs unreasonable to expect absolute
sllence If the room were larger one would
thlnk If proper for the rule requmng the ut
most possrble srlence to be strrngently en
by thoughtfulness the1r apprec1at1on of the
efforts made for them by the Llbrary Board
and frrends Whrsperrng no1s1ly shuffllng
feet purposely cracklrng newspapers and
clumslly movlng chalrs are very thoughtless
gestures and are partrcularly dlsturbrng to
readers Let the puplls cooperate w1th the
l1brar1an rn maxntamrng a qulet and orderly
readlng room Constance Lucas 33
THE SPORTSMAN S WISH
Blue lakes and slngrng plnes for me
No dlrty dusty town
Fresh a1r clean brooks and lots of woods
No pavement covered ground
All kmds of room to move around
No narrow crowded streets
A tent a robe a flre IH front
Over whlch to cook my eats
You c1ty folks can have your smoke
And nolse and fancy dret
But g1VC me all that I can eat
Where everythlng IS qulet
Ira Hubbard 33
STORM AT SEA
The fog horn booms lts warning, note of
G er seethln txdc 1ts vorce of perrl nn s
We hear the angry slap agarnst the shlp
Of waves as wlldly they strlxe to rend the
The boat rocks sadly on each crest of wave
Below resounds the thud of shlftlng bags
A nelghbor 111 h1s cabln starts to pack
As ln h1s frlght he seeks to leaxe the shrp
Alas but we are far from shore and home
And know not lf our shxp w1ll safely land
C Lucas 33
To wake from sweet refreshlng sleep and see
The robln basklng IH the sun s rich warmth
And hear h1s joyous teemlng pralse of May
Borne on soft fragrant breezes blossom
What falter moment does thrs brxef lrfe hold?
Emzly Slcchun 33
WINTER S DAWN
Gray cobbled clouds are llghted rn the east
Grow plnk then turn to deeply cnmson hue
As the sun arxses castmg golden Uleams
Upon the r1ver s 1ce and h1lls1de snow
And wrapped about wrth palest sllver haze
Hang wrth OLlfl1f1CS clear to human vlew
The ev nrnv meal IS o er and slowly slowly
Nrght s gloom shadows steal away the light
A thrush and then another calls as rf
To challenge men to leaxe the1r work and
The colors of the sky and landscape blend
As each 1ts brllllant hues of day submrts
To soft and restful shades of dusky grey
From gardens people put away the1r tools
Wlth thoughts of grat1tu.le for God s wood
In grvrng them these Gifts of earth th1s IS
The tranqull hour before the stars appear
Constance Lucas 33
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SENIOR CLASS CLASS DAY SPEAKERS
At the flrst class meetlng of thc semors
the follomng class oflicers were elected
presldent Oakley Melrndy vrce presrclent
surer Emlly Skehan
The class parts were announced on Aprxl
10 as follows Valedlctory Constance
Lucas w1th a rank of 94 41 Salutatory
Momca Baker vnlth a rank of 92 71 Class
CTHIIOH Freda Goldberg wrth a rank of
9205 Class Essay Mary Barker wrth a
rank of 91 86
The other graduatron parts were an
nounced as follows Hrstory Emlly Skehan
Class Prophecy Anna Donovan Phyllls
Gould Elwyn Graffam Class Glfts Cath
erme Donovan Margaret Spear Sherwood
Out of the class of mnety seven semors
n1ne students had average ranks of over
nlnety for the four years
CAPS AND GowNs
As a result of a brref class meetmg held on
Aprrl 17 It was voted that caps and gowns
be worn at the comrng graduatxon
On Aprll 17 the speakers were named for
thc Class Day program whlch vslll be held
on june 9 as follows Phyllrs Troop Advxce
to Undergraduate G1rls Oakley Mellndy
Webber Athletlcs for G1rls Glenwood
Falcom Athletrcs for Boys Rrchard Staples
Farewell to the Burldmg Frances Long
Farewell Address to the Grounds
The senror play Too Many Bosses was
presented at the Hlgh School on May 18
and 19 It was coached by Mxss Anna
Longfellow of the faculty The cast of
characters was as follows
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The Junrors had charge of the 1ce cream
and fancy '1rt1cles booths thrs year The
total recelpts were about fifteen dollars
On the junlor sol1c1t1ng commlttee were
Carolyn Emerson Charles Brown and
Norman Gardner Margaret Donox an
Norma Colburn Barbara Hamlln Edythe
Bagley and Mlllrcent Wakeneld tended the
fancy art1cles booth wh1le Douglass Thom
son Norman Gardner and Ernest Good
speed sold ICC cream and punch
The class rlngs thls year are of gold as
usual Gn a rarsed black surface 1S the de
x 1ce It 15 a llttle round sort of bubble A
the top of thls IS G H S In the rnlddle
Gardrner IS wrltten At the bottom IS a
blg G In the upper left hand corner of
the face of the r1ng nght where the band
Jorns the face are the Hgures 19 at the
lower rrght 34 On the rrng commlttec
were Frances Townes Dorothy Sargent
and Margaret Jamrson
The JLIHIOI' play commlttee was selected
at a class meetrng conducted by Mr Dan
forth FIVE members werc choscn bcsldcs
the class pI'CS1Cl6I1I Robert Looke They
are ames Baker and Cormne Thulen from
room four Frances Townes from room
three and Chrxstlne Donovan and Lucllle
Hamllton from room one These are to se
lect the cast and to help Mr Danforth on
the stage setnngs and trckets
Thls year a meloclramatlc comedy Help'
Help' was chosen by the comm1ttee to be
presented on Frlday evening une Z at the
Hlgh School 3LlCllIOI'1L1f11 The following
cast was chosen:
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XIYTUHUVIL C lla ul
E1 elyn Small
Betty Miller of the Mlller
Deteetne Aaeney Barbara Hamlm
Mrs Mont omery Van Tassel
Mr Van Tassel
Lou the maid
Pete the Plsse
benton the Butler
Benton s brother
The first meeting., of the sophomore elass
was held on Friday September 23 1932
The followinff oflieers were eleeted presl
dent Carl Toothalcer xlee president Phrlrp
Pxeree secretary and treasurer Theresa
Spear girl representatne to the Student
the Student Couneil Frank McFarland
At this meeting If was originally planned
to hold the reception for the freshman on
Qetober l4 but later it was ehanged to Oe
tober Z1 Cn this date the reception was
held in the garly deeorated gymnasium
The colors consisted of the eolors of the re
speetlve elasses yellow and white for the
sophomores and red and white for the
freshmen During the evening games were
enjoyed dlreeted by Mr Danforth and
later refreshments were served The or
ehestra played under the direetlon of Miss
At a speeial meeting of the elass ofiieers
the following eommlttees were selected for
the Athletic Fair
Cveneral chairman Carl Toothaker deeo
rating, eommittee ehairman Theresa Spear
lierbert Fuller Catherine Slcehan l..llLlllC
Manson Katherine Hodgluns soliertmg.,
eommlttee chairman Philip Pieree Franle
MeFarland George Barker MarJor1e Moul
ton Patrleia Riley Richard Cvrady Betty
Sawyer booth eommlttee ehalrman Lois
Ulmer janet Pettlnglll Patricia Allen
Blanehe Chase Maxine Hathaway Mary
Tatloelc Norma W1lllS
The sophomore booth was deeorated in
the elass eolors yellow and white Calxe
was sold ln the booth as is the LLISIOIH
The sum of S23 75 w as realized
The elass has lost quite a number of its
original registration at the beginning of the
Those who have left are Ernest Belyea
Ernest Bowie Alice Brann Donald Dodge
Alfred Fife Ruth laeques Lawrenee Kidder
Wllllalll Manson Norman Kidder Gilmore
Nlehols Eugene Putnam ul1a Richard
Loring Seeds Ceeil Smith Donald Troop
Members of the sophomore elass who re
eeived letters are football Lawrenee Kidder
Law renee Kelley Herbert Fuller Willianr
Holt basketball Vivian Blaek Ivrtherine
l-lodglclns debatinv Franle MeFarland
The sehool year began with I59 students
and S7 boys A number of students en
tered after the school year began Also a
number left sehool
Cn September 26 the elass of 36 held
their first elass meeting The purpose was
to eleet the class offxeers for the eomrng year
The meeting w as eondueted by Mrs l-loud
lette The officers eleeted were president
Lanvdon HIHISOII nee president Lloxd
Merrill representative to Student Couneil
Lois Luee and Billy Brann filled the last xa
eaney of secretary and treasurer
Friday exenlng Qetober Zl the elass of
36 was weleomed to Gardiner High
School by the usual Sophomore Freshman
The seeond elass meeting was held Febru
ary 3 immediately after sehool The meet
ing was ealled to order by the president
We were told that Robert Llnsley Anna
Ellingwood and Edith Mann were to run
for elass reporter for THE QUILL After the
xotes were eounted we found that Edith
Mann had been ehosen for the position
After our president reminded us of our sec
ond semester dues the meeting ad1ourned
On February 25 the Athletic Falr was
held The freshman booth was attractively
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G H S ORCHESTRA
The Gardmer Hrgh School Orchestra
durlng the 1932 33 school year conslsted of
about fifty members under the dlrectlon of
Mrss Eva M Towne The orchestra played
at such occasrons as the Freshman Sopho
more Receptlon Athletlc Farr Class Plays
Baccalaureate and Gf3dLlHf1OU VHTIOLIS
church orchestras have een organlzed
throughout the c1ty as outgrowths of the
hrgh school organlzatron and are composed
mostly of h1g,h school students
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grven by Governor and Mrs Wllllam Tudor
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the regular camp Lllilf-OTID gave a very mter
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at a long assembly
Many members of the orchestra have
been heard at varlous trmes throughout the
year at spec1al assemblles
During the year thrs organrzatlon con
eerx ed the ldea of dLSlgI11I1g a school stlcker
to be displayed xxherever posslble as s done
1n many other schools The stlcker IS com
posed ofthe words GARDINER HIGH SCHOOL
neatly graduated doxx nxxard 1n orange on a
black background These stlckers proved
to be xery popular among the puplls and
may be seen on the W1I1dSl"l1ClClS of automo
blles muslc eases books rarncoats and rn
other not too approprlate places
For heads as thlek as Hallie
I medrtate and thlnk
Upon each and every lrne
Novx Alexander he xx as great
And Dauus lrked to frght
Leonldas guarded Thermopylae pass
And Apollo xx as the god of lrght
l often thlnk about Socrates
How bravely he drd d1e
How VVISC was Arlstotle
So far from such as l
Hannlbal, he was perfect
A flghter great xxas he
l xx onder lf any of them xx as dumb
And espeel rlly dumb as me
But l ll try my very best,
l ll xxork from day to day
And 1fl conquer World History
l shall feel as great as they
Maxzne Wilbur, 35
The QLICSUOI1 for debate thxs year xxas
Resolxed That 50 Oof all state and local
revenues should be derlxfed from sources
other than tangrble property The teams
xxere drvlded as folloxxs afflrmatrve Ghrls
t1nc Donovan and Gatherrne Donovan,
wrth Anna Donox an as alternate, negatlxe
Phyllrs Gould and Frank Maclrarland vxrth
lVlOI'l1LH Baker as alternate The teams
were coached by Scott Treyxorgy
The afllrmatlve team defeated the nega
t1ve team from Cony Ghrrstme Donovan
xxas chosen best speaker The negatlve
team lost to Edward Lrttle
l llkc to hold a great brg shell
And put If to my ear,
lt brrngs to me the rumblmg sea
And thoughts of plrates near
Constance Lucas, 33
The elllnak of several years agrtatlon
came Clelflllg the flrst xxe k rn May 1933
and the dream of athletrc leaders of the past
feyx years became a reallty n the formatron
of the G H S VHYSIFY club The movement
thls year was sponsored bv the athletrc de
partment of thls paper, and If vxas through
the efforts of Glenwood F3lLOH1 and At
wood Lawrence, who recerved the sanctlon
of school authorltxes to go ahead wlth the
project, that the final goal xx as garncd
lhc arm of the OIUAIIIZHUOII xxhlch IS
composed of rll male students of G H 5
xx ho have won their major letters IH athlet
ILS, IS to promote good sportsmansh1p
Gardrner Hugh The oflacers are a presrdent
chosen from the senror class a vree presrdent
chosen from the1un1or class and a secretary
treasurer Any act1v1ty undertaken may be
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xetoed by elther the Prmupal or the Coich lmdy 33 ames Baker 34 and Francxs
A quorum to do busmess shall CODSISE of lVlcl.aughl1n 33 were Chosen respectively
two thirds the total number of members presldent VICE presldent and secretary
Ar the first busmess meetmg Cakley Me Constance Lucas 33
Wlth hls hopes for a veteran team erushed
by the 1nel15,1b1l1ty of four of hrs best bets
from the 1931 VHTSIIY Coaeh Charles Hlnds
just three weeks before the openlng of
sehool III Qeptember lssued hrs e'1ll for ean
drdates The eall was answered by 1 squad
of about thrrty five Numberlnh amonv
them were s1x letter men Capt Faleonl
Hathaway Wakeield K1dder Goud and
lVleLaughl1n At Lawrenee who had
had some experxenee was looked to for a
heavy part of the season s work Coaeh
Hmds mtrodueed a new offenee based on
the famous Notre Dame shrft W1th th1s
prospeets were brr ht for one of the stronv
est offenees Gamdmer hmd had for 1 lon
GARDINER 8 NKDRWAY O
Gardmer s opener at Qtumby Freld was
marked by the fine pl ly of that xersatlle
baelx At Law renee who after lntereept
mv '1 Norway pass alloped 45 ylrds ahead
ofthe Held to seore the season s first toueh
down Hathaway and K1dder bloeked fl
Norway punt, w hreh w as reeovered by D1ll,
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flashy Gardmer end, to bnng the total
pomts up to 8 The defenslve play of the
Gardlner baeks was outstandlng the ball
belng ln the VISIIOTS terrltory for the greater
part of the game The orange and blaek
ehalked 8 flrst downs to 5 for the lads from
GARDINER 34 BOOTHBAY HARBOR O
Uslng three teams, the orange and black
Q Ilnpfo I hoto Cl Llhflldllh
trampled over the outfit from the toast
town The first strlng baeks saw but few
mmutes of play makrng way for the re
serves, who had llttle trouble ID scorlng on
the outtlassed VISIIOYS Llnt, second s rmg
back, made the longest run of the game,
jauntmg 70 yards for a touchdown after
gettmg 1n the way of a Boothbay pass
Stan Ellis, after losmg on two successlve
plays, ran 25 yards to score
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The Lawrence F3lLOI11 pHSS1I1g combtna
tlon w as largely responslble for both Gardl
ner s tallles IU thts game The first score
came ID less than 4 minutes o play when
the aerlal work of these two boys carried
the ball from the 25 yard l1ne, where Me
llndy had recelved the k1Ck off, to a pos1t1on
where Melindy carr1ed It over for the first
score ln the last stanza Lawrence 1nter
cepted a Morse pass and then tossed a long
one to Falconl who scored standtng up
With but a few minutes to go, a flock of
Gardlner subs went 1n and Buck Morse
fullback, romped 70 yards through the en
tlre Gardmer team to score The game w as
exciting during the second and th1rd perl
ods, but durlng the flrst and fourth frames
Gardlner had thlngs all her own way
GARDINER 6 WATERVILLE 12
Gardlners flashy passlng combine again
clxcktng, almost turned Gardlner s first de
feat IDKO x1ctory Early in the first period
Waterx 1lle led by Roy and Rancourt,
marched down the field to score the first
tally Later ln the same perlod LaFleur
messed up Falconls punt and Baker re
covered After Melmdy had galned five,
Lawrence tossed a series of two passes
which netted fifteen yards each and Gardi
ner scored For the remalnder of the half
thc play was centered between the th1rty
yard stripes The home team lost the ball
on downs on Watervilles th1rty Water
vllle threw a pass and Baker intercepted
carrylng the apple to the v1s1tor s five yard
marker The home boys lost two yards on
three plays however, and the chance was
lost The play see sawed unt1l the final
perlod and then Waterxxlle scored the win
Illllg touchdown From then on, Gardlner
was unable to penetrate Watervilles de
fence to any extent
GARDINER 6 SKowHEc,AN O
After playlng through the most hstless
bal game of the season Gardmer finally
came through tn the closlng minutes of the
game to score when Lawrence heaved a
twenty yard pass to l:3lCOI11 who romped
the rcmalnlng thlrty yards to score Al
though Skowhcgan was able to Uarncr only
two first downs ind although the locals
showcd flashes of power n the back ficld ln
whlch lvlellndy lVlLLplLlglillI1 and Law
rence broke away for guns of from tcn to
twenty yards, frequent fumbles marred the
play and credlted Gardlner with IIQ worst
performance of th1s season
GARDINER 7 Baouswlcx O
Again Gardiner played sluggish football
against a much IIILCTIOI' team and nosed
out a onc touchdown I'l1dI'g1I'l D
covercd a Brunswick fumblc IH the third
pertod on thc twelve yard l1ne and law
rence went over for thc tally lvlcllndy
klckcd the extra polnt Gardlner had sev
eral chances to score but were unable to get
more than the one Link Dlll Kelly
and Lawrence stood out The game ended
ID Gardiner s possession
GARDINER 21 RoCKLAND O
After Kelley husky Gardlncr center on
the opening play of thc game, blockcd a
Rockland punt, whlch was recoxercd by
the latter behind the1r own goal to count
two polnts for Gardlner, thc local wearers
of the orange and black toyed wxth the
v1s1tors L1I'lf1l the third per1od In that
stan a Mellndy with the aid of lVlcLaughl1n
and Lawrence carrled thc ball down the
field for the flrst touchdown ln the fourth
th1s same trio cltcked with Melmdy and
Lawrence on the scortnv end The v1s1tors
were nexer 1ns1de thc Gardiner thirty yard
GARDINER 6 l-lALLowELL 8
Gutplayed m all but the aerlal depart
ment, Gardlner met her sccond defeat 111
the hands of a team that played supertor
football The l-lallow ll boys made twelve
first downs to five for Gardlner Hallo
wells xtctory margln came early in the
flrst, when Falcoms blocked punt rolled
over the toal l1ne and Gardiner recovered,
to score two polnts for Hallowell Gardi
ner staged a long march 111 the second per
rod whlch ended with a pass from Lawrence
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to Faleom for a store W1th Thomas lead
mg Hallowell marehed to a score Ill the
thrrd perlod whlch gave them the game
GARDINER O CoNY Z
After Gardmer had stopped agam and
agam Cony marches whlch brought the red
and Whlte horde wlthm thelr twenty yard
lme the combmatlon of a low pass from
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eenter and a ball that was oozmg w1th ma
ter and smeared wlth mud spelled thelr two
pomt defeat The game however was .1
complete moral VICIOIY for the orange and
black The e1ght or mne hundred specta
tors who stood shlvermg m a downpour of
cold ram whlle twenty two mud besmeared
warr1ors wormed about m a sea of murky
clay could not but pay trlbute to the lads m
the onee orange and blaek jerseys who
wo11ldn t say d1e even after that tr1ek of f1te
gave Cony two polnts Through four run
soaked per1ods those eleve11 boys e 1rr1ed O11
III that 1ron ma11 fashlon that marks Gdfdl
ner teams 111 the1r trad1t1onal battle, and
refused the powerful red and wh1te team
that had run roughshod over the best ID
the state a passage over the1r goal llIlC The
safety eame ID the th1rd perlod when Fal
LOHI made two UI'lSL1k.LCSSfLll attempts to
punt the greasy p1gsk1n out of da11ger I
hls second attempt the ball sl1pped by llllai
across the goal l1ne where the plueky l1ttle
Gardmer e'1pt'11I1 fell O11 It to prevent a
touchdown Gardlner took the offenee
late ID the fourth perlod and a pass from
Law renee to Faleonl, wh1eh probably would
have meant xletory, was m1ssed by 1nehes
because of the greasy fOOf1I1g
The ent1re season was unquestlonably 1
total of lOl pomts to 28 for the1r oppon
ents Nme ga111es were won a11d three lost
Two of the gan1es lost were by a n11rg111 of
two IDOIDIS, whlle the th1rd was lost by a
one touehdown margln
At the elose of the season the followmv
letters were awarded
Glenwood Faleonl Capt Atwood L1w
renee Oakley lVlel1ndy qtanley Ellls Alton
llllf Lewh Swlft Fr1ne1s MeL1ughln1 H11
old Whalen, Wllll3H1 Hathaway lvlaurxee
Wakeneld Maurlee Wlles, l.lDLOlI1 Dlll
Byron Foster W1llbIOU Clark Mgr Elwyn
ames Baker Ccapt Electl Royce l-hnkley
Rlehard l-larr1s Myron Curtls W1ll1a111
Holt Earlon Clark
Lawrenee lxelley Herbert liullu law
At a 1UCCf1Ilg of the lettermen ames
Baker son of Mr and Mrs Qrvllle Baker
of l-larr1son Avenue, was eleeted eapta1n
for the 1933 season
W1tl1 1 nueleus of fue xeterans w1tl1
whleh to work prospeets were br1.3ht for .1
great season C1pt.11n A L1wrenee
Stanley OIICS Bub lVleLauUhl1n Qakley
Mellndy and Edwlll Tyler had 1ll wo11
the1r basketball Gs After two oxer
whelmlng VILIOYICS h 1d been NVOH howeve1,
an ep1de1111e h1t the sehool wh1eh eaused
the sehedule to be set ahead three weeks
a11d also 1 week s layoff fron1 praet1ee Thls
layoff was never overcome The team
showed a br1ll1ant b1and o basketball III
1ln1ost every game but III no game were
they 1ble to turn a percentage of the1r shots
GARDINER 21 ALUMNI 9
The ex stars were nexer III the game
The new blood was too 111ueh for then1
to see all h1s eharges III aet1o11
GA11n1NER 43 CELTICS IO
The team fro111 the Augusta league
proved easy meat for the orange and blaek
lt was just a repet1t1on of the Al11n1111 game
on a larger seale The whole team looked
good passlnv well 1nd l1'lDLlllIHU the ball
GARDINF11 23 TTAIIUXNTII 75
l:0llOWlI1U tl1e three weeks layoff Gardl
ner showed 1 poor brand of basketball
After eom1ng from beh1nd 1D the th1rd per
1od they lost the1r strlde agam 1n the
fourth, and Hallowell managed to squeeze
through wlth a two DOIUK marg111
GA1u11N1311 20 Monss Z7
Gndlner went to B 1th w1tl1 tl1e1r hopes
l1lUl1 They pl1yed a br1nd of basketball
that was equal 1f not SLIDCYIOY to that of the
blalpplllv elty team but tl1e j1I1X that w as to
follow then1 all season kept the111 O11 the
short end of the seore Btan Ell1s, a new
eomer on the varslty, looked good 111 th1s
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Although they did not look their best
Gardiner easily took the much lnferior Na
tional Guard team from the Capita City
GARDINER 16 LAWRENCE 25
Gardiner played the most pitiful brand
of basketball against a game llttle team from
Fairfie d After loafmg through the first
half the orange and black came back to
hold the up rn er team to one field goal and
'1 foul but xx ere unable to sink enough shots
of their ow n to ox ercome the Law rence lead
GARDINER Z7 l-lALLowELL ZO
Plftylng the best brlnd of basketball thus
far this season Gardiner humbled a fi ht
ing Hallowell five in their own Gym At no
point in the game were the Black Phan
toms on the short end of the tally Stan
Ellls was outstanding for the vunners A
GPRDINER Z1 LEw1sToN 38
The score would seem to indicate that
Gardiner was completely outclassed how
ever such was not the case The orange
and black clad warriors from a standpoint
of good basketball played on an even
basis with the team that was destined to be
come southwestern Maine champions I
fact had the orange been able to convert as
large a percentage of their shots 1I1tO points
as d1d the blue they would have been on
the long end of the score The scoring in
the first half was on a fairly even basis but
ln the last half the superior sharpshooters
from Lewiston outdlstanced the locals
CONY 24 GARDINER 17
After a first half that gave Cony a bl
margin the ' Black Phantoms came back
in the third but the jlnx that had followed
them all season kept them from leading
thelr old rivals That same inability to
get a range on the basket was a big factor in
dropping this game as it had been in so
many games during the season
GARDINER 19 LEWISTON 38
After fighting their way up from behind
so that they were but 5 points behind at the
start of the fourth period the orange and
black collapsed IU the last period and the
Blue Streaks continued their march to the
southwestern Maine championship It was
the same old story for Gardlner their in
ab1l1ty to sink the apple spelled defeat
GARDINER 14 CoNY 33
After a spirited first half which ended
with Cony in the lead Gardiner slumped
and Cony had things more or less her own
way for the remainder of the game The
rlvalry between At Lawrenceand Norm
Merrill was interesting as the game pro
GARDINER 21 MoRsE 22
There was one minute to play and Gardl
ner was one point behlnd It was a great
chance for an orange and black player to
turn a great battle into a great victory but
although the play all took place under the
Gardiner basket the several shots Gardiner
took failed to bring the coveted two points
and the Jinx again defeated the unlucky
GARIMNER Z1 LAWRENCE 15
ln the last game of the season Gardiner
defeated the Fairfield outfit on their own
From a standpoint of games lost and
won the season would not appear to be a
success but regardless of this anyone who
saw the boys in action knows that they
were a clever team and that every game
with the eicceptlon of one or two was a
treat for a host of fans Capt At Law
rence and Edwin Tyler did a splendid Job
at guard with a capable man in Bub
McLaughlin to relieve them should the oc
casion demand Forest Rice at center was
good both offensively and defenslvely and
Stan Jones Gak Melindy and Stan
Ellis the men who held down the two for
ward berths will be missed when another
season rolls around
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At an assembly shortly after the close of
the season PI'11'1LlP8l C C Woodman
behalf of the Athletlc Assocxatron axxarded
letters to eleven boys
Captaln Atwood Lawrence Gakley Me
llndy Stanley Ellrs Stanley ones Alton
L1nt Francls McLaughl1n Byron Foster
and managers Amos Bagley r and Robert
Drake of the senlor class recerved the awards
xvhlle ECIXVID Tyler and Forest Rlce of the
junxor class xxere rcc1p1ents of the honors
After three ballots had been cast Alex
ander Lamb of the 1un1or class was elected
by the letter men to lead the court team IU
1934 He defeated Edwm Tyler and Forest
Rlce to w1n the honor Lamb recelved h1s
letter durmg the season of 1932 but was un
due to cl1g1b1l1ty rulmgs
Txxo serles of rnterclass games were
played ID basketball th1s season one before
the start of the regular season and the second
at the close of the season In the fxrst SCYICS
the freshmen defeated the jLlI'l1OI'S 28 2 and
the senlors xx ere the vlctors over the sopho
mores 84 In the playoff the JLIHIOTS be
came class champlons by trounclng the sen
IOTS 14 7 and the sophomores put the frosh
ID the cellar 4 3
Followmg the close of the season the sec
ond serles of games xx as played The thlrd
year men outdlstanced the frosh 18 5 and
the sophs took the fourth year men 13 5
In the final games the Junlors bccame un
dlsputed class champlons by a close w1n
over the sophs 8 7 The frosh bowed
humbly to the senlors 20 2
There was a serles of games between two
llghtxxerght teams the Dwarfs and the
Mldgets The Dwarfs became supreme by
xx1nn1ng txxo of the three Games played
Mldgets 19 Dwarfs
Mrdgets 11 Dwarfs
Mldgets 16 Dwarfs 4
Wlth a nucleus of srx letter xxmners flxe
of them bernf regulars on llst years state
ch lmplonshlp sexctet wrth xx hrch to xxork
Coach Ex elyn Keene could not but look for
ward to a very successful season The vet
erans lncluded ex capt Teresa Webber
capt elect Agnes Henderson Margaret
Donovan Bermce Hexx 1tt Chnstme Dono
van and Kathleen Darveau Thc flu epl
demlc caused thc revlslnx of the schedule
just as If drd III the case of the boys schedule
G H S Z7 ALUMNAE1O
Wrth a vxealth of reserve material as xxell
as the veteran srx playmg br1ll1antly the
Keene coached aggregatlon seemed due to
repeat the1r SW6Sp1IXg success of last season
Three full teams saxx serv1ce dllfllid the
game but the Webber Donovan comblna
G H S 47 HALLCUWELL 23
Sxveeplng the lneffectlve Black and Whltc
opposltlon before them llke a tldal wave
the Gardlner lassles gave a premonltlon of
what could be expected of them thls season
The game teemed xx mth Gardlner substitutes
G H S 18 LEWISTON 31
Lacklng that amazlng teamwork that had
carrled them through a strlng of v1ctor1es
the Gardlner High sextct fell to a dlsappolnt
uw and unforeshadoxx ed defeat at the hands
of an extraordlnary Lewlston team
G H S 12 LAWRENCE 35
Wlth Webber stellar forvxard and Dar
veau heady guard on the sldellnes the de
morallzed orange and black malds fought a
loslng but stubborn battle agalnst a fast and
clever Lavxrence team Although Kay
Grlmes who replaced the ex Capt at for
ward xvon the IJlZiLld1fb of the fans for the
fme game she played agalnst odds the loss
of the Wcbber Donovan LOIHDIIIC was
G H S 40 HALLOWELL 19
Wlth all the regulars back 1n the hneup
thc Gardlner g1rls had l1ttle d1mLL1lfY ln re
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well organized passing attack that swept
down the floor xv1th remarkable regularlty
the team shoxx ed that W1fl"lOl1f a doubt If xx as
of champlonship caliber The Webber
Donovan forward xx all was agaln a beautiful
exhibition of the finest in basketball
G H S 40 Buss BUs1NEss COLLEGE 5
While the boys team was bowing to Lew
iston H1 h the orange and black clad las
S165 spared the stenographers from the same
city little At no time dld the glrls from
Bliss even threaten to do any amount of
scoring despite the fact that Coach Keene
used every avallable player IH the contest
G H S 16 LEw1sToN Hiou 27
As lf to avenge the defeat the Gardmer
Ulrls hid pinned upon a team from their
fair city the preceding Wednesday tthe
weflreis of the blue and white rcpeated the
ec1s1on of their previous mlx wlth Gardi
ner and took the state champlons 1nto
G H S 33 CONY 20
In the battle of battles Gardmers arch
rrval found herself hopelessly outclassed in
the hands of the hilly city lassies With
the same beautiful passlng attack they had
displayed all season paving the way Gardi
ner swept to victory desplte the fact that
they vxerc obliged to play about half the
game without thc serxlces of that stellar
forward Teresa Webber who was Cllml
nated by fouls
G H S 13 LAWRENCE 35
Lawrence High again flauntcd their Jinx
before the girls had succeeded in plastering
.1 decislve defeat on them The game was
llstless and entirely dex old of color
G H S 34 CoNY17
With Teresa Webber and Bernice Hewitt
leading the way the Gardmer girls closed
their regular season in a blaze of glory The
red and white were unable to gain the lead
at any stage of the game Every member of
the Gardiner team turned in a record per
formance xx hile Mary Williams captain of
the losers xx as outstanding for her team
LIVERMORE FALLs TOURNAMENT
Shortly before the end of the regular sea
son the glrls received notlce from the off1c
1als in charge of the Livermore Falls basket
ball tournament that they were 1nv1ted to
compete IH that event as defendlnv champ
ions The tournament opened on March
16 and lasted through Monday March 20
Elex en girls accompanied by Coach Keene
made the tr1p by bus to Livermore where
they were to defend their state champlon
ship title at this post season gathering
The team arrived at their destination in
late afternoon and were obllged to tangle
YV1fh the undefeated Rockland High outfit
a few short hours after their arrrval Gardi
ner had unquestionably the superlor team
and had little trouble in coppmv a 25 Z2
xvorkmg combination swept them to a 30 24
dec1s1on over a fast group from the toxvn of
With the scalps of their first two victims
safely in their belts the girls faced the last
and hardest obstruction in their path to a
second success1ve state t1tle Gardiner had
bowed twice thls season to the Lawrence
H1 h team and now must face them again
with the state title hanging in the balance
The result of the game was Gardiner 26
Lawrence 36 Withotit any intention f
providing an al1b1 we can only say from ob
servation that it was "the breaks that beat
Gardmer Gardiner scored enough points
to win but a sllght technicahty caused the
discounting of these points Scribes and
officials who witnessed the game were unan
lmously agrced that the Gardmer forward
wall composed of Maggle Donovan and
Teresa Webber xvas the fmest passing com
bination that had ever set foot in Murray
Hall wh1ch IS a quite a compllment consld
ermg that Murray Hall has wrtnessed dur
1ng the last three years the best Maine has
to offer in the way of girls basketball
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Ar the eompletlon of the tourn ament the
Misses Margaret Donox an and Kathleen
D rrx eru were awarded POSIIIODS on the All
Tournament team at forward and guard re
speetlvely and reeelved fine medals ID ree
OQQIIIEIOII of th1s faet Th1s award IS made
euh ye rr to the sue glrls who are adjudged
by the otlicrals to have turned ln the best
performanee in thelr partleular posxtron
The team was awarded a beautiful bronze
tablet ClL.IXOUI1g that tney were runners up
at the tourn lment
At the last assembly of the winter term
fifteen vlrls were presented letters by the
Athletre Assoeratlon They were SLIIIOTS,
Captaln Agnes Henderson Kathleen Dar
veau, Katherlne Grtmes, Marlan Hooper,
Vlfgllill Robblns Allee Toman Teresa
Webber Eleanor WISL, Eleanor W1ll1HHlS
and Manager Margaret Spear, JLIIHOTS
Chnstme Donovan, Margaret Donovan
Blaek and Kathryn Hodgklns
IN TER CLASS BASKETBALL
DLITIIXY' the latter part of the fall term
caeh class organlzed a basketball team The
freshmen and sophomores were ellmlnated
by the JLIUIOTS and senlors respeetlvely and
III the playoff the juniors beeame the elass
ehamplons The freshmen beeame eellar
ehamplons w hen they were defeated by the
Before taklng a look at th1s year s edltlon
ofGard1ner I-hgh s net erew, If seems fittmg
and proper that some mentlon be made
eoneernlng the llttle group of PIOIICCYS w ho
gaxe thelr all for the Orange and Blaek last
spring Under the tutelage of that pro
moter of all body and eharaeter bulldrng
sports Mrs Evelyn lxeene, four boys and
four glrls put tennls baek on the Cv H S
sports poster The glrls, Eranees Grlmes
who grlduated last une, Margaret Dono
x rn, COIIUIL Lueas and Agnes Henderson
lud the d1st1net honor of belng the hrst
group of the fan sex ever to sally forth to
uphold the name of Gardmer I-hgh ua ten
nls balls and tennls raekets And a frne
job they drd too for when the smoke ofthe
battles had settled they were found to be
Southern DIVISION ehamplons
The boys were not qulte so sueeessful
The Hrst tennls team to represent G H S
slnee the days when the names ofthe mlghty
Webber and Tasker were bywords IH tennls
clreles all over the state struek a snag when
they tangled wlth Hallowell and were there
fore ellmlnated from further ehamplon
shrp hopes They revenged themselves
somewhat by defeatlng the net artlsts from
Conv High The nne youths who eomposed
the team were Oakley Melmdy Charles
Arthur, Stanley Jones, Ernest Goodspeed,
r and john Delano
Ar thls wr1t1ng prospeets for the 1933
tennis season are unusually brlght Wlth a
lmdy, one ofthe best hlgh sehool racketeers
ID the state, Stanley ones, who also sllees a
mean tennls ball, and Ernest Cvoodspeed,
r upon whleh to burld a seven man ICHDIS
team Evelyn Keene, who has eharge of both
the boys and glrls squads, expeets to see
the boys at the top w hen the fmal results of
thls years eonference matehes have been
turned ln on une Z
The glrls, havlng lost by graduatlon but
one of the team whleh won the Southern
Kennebee ehamplonshtp last season, also
antrelpate a rosy season Margaret Dono
van, who takes them all over at the glrls
Camp she attends dLlI'lDg the summer
months Agnes Henderson, who eaptalned
the sueeessful glrls basketball team thls
wlnter, and Connre Lueas, who 19 equally at
home on a tennls eourt Vklhllllljl seholastle
honors, or etfllfllifl, sehool papers, wrll rll be
baek ready to clean up the opposltlon A
look at the squad of glrls who are daxly
workmg out 1n the gym would easrly eon
vrnee the most PCSSIIHISIIL observer that
Mrs Keene wlll have four topnoteh players
to supplement the three veterans on thrs
year s squad
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May 20 Gardiner I-hgh Sehool vs Morse
Morse rnateh plays wlnner of Cony Hallo
well mateh for champlonshlp of southern
drvlslon of Kennebec eonfereneel
June 2 Flnals CWIHHCT of southern d1v1s
1on plays NVIHHCI' of nothern Cl1V1S1OI1D
May LO Gardlner H1g.,l1 Srhool vs Morse
May 27 Wlnner of May 20 mateh plays
june 2 Playoff for eonferenee ehamplon
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May Z7 Semi finals Qwinner of G. H. Sf . V
U II S BRLNSXVICK Ioxs
The Gardlnu tennis stars opened lllkll
season brlghtly VN1l'lI'l1ll' f-OLII mattlxes to
one ox er Brunswrck H1 h
Mehndy defeated Fortln 36 64 and
6 Z jones won over York 6 4 and 6 2 and
Goodspeed was defeated by Wcmrsnop 16
and 3 6 In the doubles Mehndy and Jones
defeated Fortln and York 97 and 6 3 and
Goodsputd and Lollwy won ox er Wolsltogq
1nd N rngler 6 3 and 6 3
C H S Moast CQJIRLS
On the same l1lOI'I11I'lg the boys wuz. de
featlng, BI'llI'1SW1Lk on the Bowdom College
Courts the Gardlner G1Y1S tled Wlfh Morse
two matthes to two at that same plate
Margaret Donovan defeated Fuller 62
and 6 Z Lucas was on the short end 111 her
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MELINDY ELECTED CAPTAIN
At a meeting of letter men before the
Brunswick Matches Gakley Mellndy pop
ular senior was chosen captain and Stan
ley ones was awarded the port of manager
of this year s tennis team Constance Lu
cas editor of the Quill was chosen Cap
tain ofthe girls crew and Margaret Dono
van Junior was made manager
Although they were unable to score in a
meet in which were represented the cream
a group of four lads had the honor of being
the first team ever to represent Gardiner
High in a swimming meet On Saturday
March 18 1933 Capt Phil Pierce Sher
wood Curtis Herbert Fuller and Ernest
Goodspeed r journeyed to Brunswick to
compete 111 the Bowdoin lnterscholastlc
Swimming Meet These four lads without
practice and without the CXQCFICIILC of the
teams that had been competing all season
could hardly be expected to do a great deal
of scoring against such teams as Hebron
Academy and Portland but they did make
a new mark in Gardiner High athletics in
lnaugurating this sport All four of the
boys are underclassmen three of them
sophomores and another year may see
them bringing home medals All the Good
fortune in the world to this new sport'
More than sixty five reported to Coach
Charlie Hinds at the first baseball practice
held at Quimby Field Monday April 10
There were eight veterans from last years
outfit Capt Dlck Jamison Lovx ell Goud
At Lawrence Mac MacDonald Oak
ley Mellndy Alton Lovely Sammy Goggin
and Pedro Tyler With Sammy Goggin
powerful right hander Alton Lovely clever
portsider and Lowell Goud veteran all
ready to do service in the box three veteran
infielders and two hardened men in the out
field the season s prospects were very bright
SCHEDULE OF VALLEY LEAGUE GAMES
Morse High of Bath
Brunswick H1 h
Cony High of Augusta
Morse High of Bath
Cony High of Augusta
G H S 10 MoRsE 0
Wlth Sammy Govgin pitching masterful
ball and holding the Shlpping City crew III
the palm of his hand the orange and black
batsmen banged unmercifully at the offer
ings of Buck Morse portslder and were
way out front when the final out was made
in the ninth inning The outstanding fea
ture of this first league mixup was the per
formance of Sammy Goggin who caused
sixteen Morse sluggers to whiff the breezes
G H S 9 BRUNSWlCIx 5
Gardiner LOHI1I1LlCCl her win streak by
taking the decision 111 a loose ball game with
the college town high school Lowell Goud
had little trouble with the rival batters until
the eighth inning at which point he was rc
lieved by the redoubtable Goggin
Enterm the ball game without their
usual sure fire attitude Gardiner was badly
humbled by the cocky Norm Merrlll
Cony athlete of athletes Goggln hero of
the Morse game caused twelve Cony bat
swingers to retire with the count of three
strikes but despite this he gave the hopeless
task over to Goud in the eighth who strug
gled through a barrage of hits runs and er
rors for the remainder of the game
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Again Goggin was the high spot of the
day this time with eleven scalps to hang on
his already overloaded belt At half inn
ing intervals with the taming of the Hallo
the aid of sex eral Hallowell misplays pushed
enough runs across the plate to win their
third league tussle
G H S 2 Moass O
For the second time this season Sammy of
the Goggins caused the Morse pastimers to
retire to the showers after the ninth with a
goose egg for a score
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Determined at least to cinch the position
of runner up in this season s league race
Gardiner easily defeated Brunswick for the
second time this year thus winning their
fifth game in six starts Goggin scored 18
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T H E
ames Holland 1S 3If6UL.llI1K Holy Crow
Rmhard Lasselle lb employed at the FIYSI
Earl Fossett lb attendmt Fryebur Atademy
Phyll1s Stuher IS studymg at Boston Unwers
Aletha Ladner 1S employed at M1ller5
qhlrley Hmlcs IS Z1ff6I1CllIlg Gorham Norm 1l
Helen Alexander 15 1 Qtudent at Castlne
Ru5sell Taylor lb employed it Bra1ntree
Mary Donovan 15 '1ttend1ng F1rm1ngton
Rena Hagerman IS employed at MeNaugh
ton 5 lnsuranee Ofhee
Abbot lxent 18 employed xt Goodxx ID s
Rest 1111 1nt
Bernard Anderson 15 xxorl-1111 1 for h1s father
Carmel llld Cl1f1bflI1L Chaput are employed
111 the ofhte of the R P Hazzard Company
Paul Goldberg Ib xx orlc1nU If the Corner
Rmhard Verdon IS mak1nG 11g saw puzzle5
Charle5 Arthur 15 xxorlunf II Buasell 5 Book
Herman Cannon 15 employed at Wool
Howard Boynton lb XLOI'li1I1U at the upper
A and P Store
Arthur Boynton IS xxorlcmg at Dessler s
Market ID Hallowell
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Arlene Kelley IS employed at Woolworth s
Beatr1ce Falcon1 IS domv office work t
Staples Funeral Parlors
Kenneth RODIDSOH 1S attend1ng a C1V1l Ser
VICC School IH Sprmgfield
Elwyn osselyn IS employed at a local f1ll1ng
Rlchard Lund 1S UOlIlg to DUSIDCSS college 111
Lelgh Andrews IS employed by the R P
Rosal1nd Skehan 15 employed at the State
Walter Clark 1S WOI'lC1I1g at the johnson
Margaret Thomas IS now Mrs Fuller Doug
lass and 15 employed at the Crossett fac
tory IH Augusta
Fuller Douglass IS employed at the Hazzard
Robert Ersk1ne IS attendlng the UDIVCYSIIY
Kenneth Wh1te 1S employed by the Harvey
janet Eastman IS tra1n1ng at the Metropol1
tan Hosp1tal IH New York C1ty
LEWIS Nalman IS attendmg Colby College
Lavlna Berry IS study1n-1 at Bryant Stratton
Er1c Tatlock lb employed at Jackson s Drug
Robert Donovan IS a student at Amherst
Donald Stone 1s a sophomore at the Un1
vers1ty of Ma1ne
M1lton Glaser IS a freshman at Bates
Leona Bla1sdell IS work1ng at the LCXVISIOD
Grace Whlte IS teachlng school III Chelsea
Robert Arthur IS attend1ng Wheaton Col
lege 1n Ill1no1s
Ray Baker IS a student at BOWdOlD College
Mar1e Bell IS teach1ng school at R1chmond
Edlth French IS cmployed at Woolworth s
ohn Black 1S work1ng at the Watson Burt
Clmton Kennedy IS work1ng for the R P
Dor1s Putnam IS employed IH the office of
George Ba1ley s garage
Ralph Erskme IS attendlng the UHIVCTSIIY
of New Hampsh1re
Ben1am1n Lev1ne IS work1ng at Baltlers
Wendell Andrews IS employed at the Com
Ralph Holt IS employed by the Shell Petro
Vlfglhla Toman IS a SLIDSIIIUIC teacher IH
the schools of Gard1ner Farm1ngdale and
Harry Moulton IS employed at the A SL P
Kathleen LCYVIS lb runnmg a beauty parlor
Geneva Keene IS now Mrs R1chard Barnard
joseph Canavan IS employed at the local
joseph Burns IS do1ng orchestra work
Gladys AVCT1ll IS studymg at Colby College
Reynold Burch 15 Hffelldlllg Bates College
Kenneth Frost IS employed 1n the Common
wealth shoe factory
Grace Hagerman IS tC3.Ch1I1g III the publ1c
schools of R1chmond
Dana Eldndge Arnold Peacock Guy
Booker and Clarence Wadsworth are
students at the Un1vers1ty of Ma1ne
Raymond Storey IS attendmd Gorham
Elwood Beane 18 studymg at Bates College
john Hayes IS employed III New York C1ty
R1chard jones lb employed at the R P Haz
Alfred Verdon Ib work1ng at the Royal
Shoe Repa1r1ng Shop
Kenneth Harlow IS employed by the Gard1
ner Motor Company
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ay Lawrence IS a student at KlfkSVlllC Col
lege of Dsteopathy and Surgery in Mrs
Charles Weymouth is principal of the Em
erson School in Richmond
Robert Manson IS local agent for the Curtis
Dorothy Davidson is now Mrs RCblH8d
Bernard Fuller is employed in Boston
Charles Skehan 15 a Fellow at Holy Cross
United States Army
Pauline Russell is teaching school in Solon
Arthur French is employed in Hallowell
Arthur Webb is employed at thc Hazzard
William Berry is employed by the H H Hay
Company of Portland
George Standish is employed at Portland
Richard Barnard is employed by the S D
Wilhelmlna Brann is teaching school
Eleanor Cvroder R N is employed in Gar
ulia Toman is now Mrs Arthur Cyr of
Laura Toman is teaching school in Ran
Richard Kendall IS employed by the Kenne
bec Journal Company
Charles Anderson is coach at Boothbay
Theodore Anketell is employed at the Cvar
Rachel Milton IS training at the Metropoli
tan Hospital in New York City
Virginia Williams is now Mrs john Dip
Evelyn Libby is training 1D thc Metropoli
tan Hospital in New York City
Samuel Slosberg is studying at Harvard Law
Clifford Morang is employed at Pomerleau s
Chester Rose is cmployed 'it Hazzard s fac
Robert Hazzard is in the employment ofthe
R P Hazzard Company
Mary Hubbard is employed at the Smith
College day school
Milan Wakefield is working at the Gardi
ner Trust Company
Hazel Sparrow IS now Mrs john Russell
Adelbert Danforth has a photography shop
Eleanor Scott IS employed IH the oflice of
the R P Hazzard Company
ames Davidson is employed by the R P
Gerard Hanley IS working at the Gardiner
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What do xou fllllilx of the Lev ue of Na
I don t lllee the lelel lxe just sueeeeded
mn lC'1lI1lIIjl to QIFIY My C ounny tls
Thee 1nd l eould nex er learn to sinh My
CCILIHKTICS twas of Those
l Chase All s farr 111 loxe and war
Fclleom My expenenee hrs led me
to hellexe that xx here there IS loxe there lb
4 l hear ohn Ltsselle hu
started in orehard
l Clark No 1ustGLlVE5
Lady Cuzth lzttle cluldb How mueh are
those balloons M1ster7
Balloon idler Two for twenty Hve
Ladx How mueh for one?
Balloon qeller Elfteen eents
Ludx lll talee the other one
n er Gomq mto ollmu xttneb
xx ould lllee to huy '1 stut
Clerk What eolor would you prefer7
S Groder Oh lprefer GRAY
Why don t the vurls ehew gum at lv rsleet
h ull praetxcd
Oh heeause of IxEENF eyesleht
I I ,1 'up'
Mrs Harlou Who are the txxo of the
ere ltest men IH history?
Prczrreex Tounex GEORGE the Qeeond
md ALEXANDER the Great
l wonder what Mary Barke1 xx1ll do when
she gets out of hreh sehool
Go to CGLBY I suppose
At laurtnce Do you thmk Glen Fal
eonl would f1g.,ht7
Dzek Buckley Sure lf he had hls SPEAR
I saw an nd 111 the p uwer to use Llf-Cl'3LlOY
Soap for B G
What does B G stand for?
CChr1st1ne Donovan Berntee I-lewltt and
VIXIHII Blaek Cl1SgLlSfCLl at hemg fed llver
ex ery meal at the hotel m Llvermore Fallsj
Mrx lxeene Guls sly Lxxermore haele
but 9 m C lwvus More L1x er
Mm Coombs What does pedagogue
Alvsentmmdetl Sophomore An 1gnorant
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your mother adore boys7
V1 Gould No she OUTdoors them
Teacher johnny come up here and glVC
me what s ln your mouth
Pupul O K Teacher It s a toothache
Have you seen Dlck Buckley s new pet'
No what IS lt'
M155 I-Izggzns Cln Law Classj MISS
Vaughan what IS annulment7
M155 Vaughan The break up of a mar
Captaln of army Mr Cvraffam your ser
xrces have been so satlsfactory as a Corp
oral that I am gorng to promote you to a
more responslble posltron
E Grajfam fmterruptmg eagerlyb Oh
boy' I hope lt s to a SARGENT
Mr Danforth Cm chemlstry Classj Name
three artrcles contarnlng starch
Bull Hathaway A shlrt and two collars
Salesman at local haberdashery Yes slr
That s the smartest hat we ve got
Vzctor York It doesn t have to be smart
I ll put the bralns ID lt myself
Bob Drake I d l1ke to know how my
razor got so dull
Carolyn Drake Gosh Bob that s funny
It was as sharp as anythmg thls mormng
when I was uslng It to scrape the bottoms of
some pans IH the kltchen
I hear Ag Henderson was arrested yes
I-Iow v1 as that'
She trled to do three hours r1d1ng IH one
hour s tlme
Curl Frzend I hear you hke the ladles
Maurice Wllcs Nam' GIVL me a MANN
O Booker Why are you so happy
Its just another LOVELY
Barbara Daley You don t seem to mlnd
th1s bad weather
I Fztch No I llke these RAINEY days
Judge Is lf true you ran ovcr a man'
K I-Iodgkms Yes but he was a bxg fat
Judge Well what drd that have to do
K I-Iodgkms Well to tell the truth
judge I dldn t thlnk I had enough gas to go
Coach Hlnds I want you baseball boys
to wear sllk stocklngs ln thls game
Captam Duck Jamzson What for7
Coach I-Imds Th1s IS a hard game and
I want you boys to get a lot of runs
John Cox I wonder where that chrcken
A Bagley Oh he rs going for Ira I-Iub
bard s coupe
Cjrmmy Baker was not present Monday
mornlng so Mr Woodman called up Bak
ers to flnd where he was A male voxce
answered the telephoneD
Mr Woodman Where IS James Baker
The tome Bad cold Mr Woodman
Mr Woodman Who rs thls speaL1ng7
The Lotte It s 1ny father
E Tyler Boy I just got lnsrde that
graveyard fence when I saw the brggest
ghost there ever was
Sherwood PlCl4LTl7lQ Boy I bet you dld
E Tyler No Idldn t but I passed scv
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Srmonne Ur rput s drreetrons for r prenre
Paek your luneh
Look for a nree shady spot xxrth
ants rf possrble besrde a lrke
About noon eat your luneh
Mzss Coombs cz ter erasmq the deermrll rom rl
numherl Noxx xx here rs the deermal pornt
am Newell Wlry on the eraser
Wlrat Worrld H rppen
If Sherwood Prekerrng lost hrs eomb7
If Danny Pender eouldn t go frshrng every
If Qtanley jones drdn t fall for redheadsl
If Frank M'reFarl'rnel should lose hrs
If Hodvkrns and Henderson ex er stayed
home it nrght7
If Margaret Donox 'rn eould pl ry foot
If Carlton Blarr s five dollar vxords should
slrp from hrs mrnd7
If Elwyn Craffam should rake both grrls
for a r1de7
If ean Webber s boy frrend eouldn t get
across the rrx er
If Alex Lamb should lose hrs famous
If Bernree Hexxrtt should aetually get mad
If Charles Fuller should lose hrs sex ap
If Alum lxrrkpfrtrrek should beeome 1 xo
If Cvlen Faleonr should beeome a mrnrster
If Teresa Webber should exer rake up
If Beatrree Corkum should ever fall rn
If Vretor York md Ben Bernre should
ex er meet7
If Monrefr Bfrker ex er g'rxe 1 boy the told
If Henry Qunnrnghfrm should ex er meet
If Lovxell Cvoud ever got there frrst7
If John Blarr vxas ever seen xx rth a boy7
If Rover Lerghton forgot to ansxxer that
If Lergh Qyxrft 1ust wouldn t xx alle the eor
rrdors xxrth a eertarn blonde7
If E111 Bradbury eould keep strll nxe mm
If Margaret Spear eould walk the eorrrdor
If the Donovan txxrns dressed drfferently7
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Mrs Qlllll of Gardmer 1nv1ted me to be a
guest at her tlub Fr1day afternoon As I
was sure I should enjoy the program I ton
sented to be there
Around two o eloek the members started
to arr1xe The fxrst person was Mrs Ven
ture from Hallowell Ma111e Qhe was n1tely
dressed and had a XVldC knowledge of llter
'IIUTC and of the arrangement of books
Mrs W111throp W1nner and Mrs Cony
Cue were next Mrs Wmthrop Wmner
was 111 a beaut1ful green dress tr1mmed w1th
blaek Her talent IH l1terature IS somethlng
of vsh1ch she may be proud Mrs Cony
Cue had an abundanee of really humorous
Mrs IVItIgLlI1flLOOlx from C amden and
Mrs Refleetor from Car1bou arrlved and
I soon fou11d out that Mrs Megunueook
was a very Uood art1st and also knew some
xery good Jokes Mrs Reflector who takes
many photographs wh1eh are always good
seemed to go 111 for 1thlet1es 1n a b1g way
Mrs Rostrum from GLl1lfOTd Ma1ne
brought two VISIIOTS Wlfh her, Mrs Garnet
from Bates and Mrs Red and Wh1te from
Roehester N I-I Mrs Rostrum knevx very
many poems and also had a good knowledge
of her ne1ghbors Mrs Red and Whlte
knew a great many xxlse S21y1I1gS that would
help us 111 the near future Mrs Garnet 111
a pretty dress told of the play she had put
on and also read some mee poems
Mrs Oraele from Bangor HTf1VCd sllghtly
late She had an abundant knowledge of
l1terature and seemed to k11ow a great deal
about loeal news
I have deserlbed eath member as she ar
rlved IIIILI I 21111 sure they 111ake an euellent
I hope to meet these people Hgillli next
year and see how they lmproxe XV1Cll added
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in aupplgmg thz paprr
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GARDINER SAVINGS INSTITUTION
Oldest Savmgs Bank 1n Kennebec County
Incorporated june 26 1834
1834 N1nety n1ne Years of SGTVICS 1933
NOTHING MORE RIGHT
1n Footwear Faehxon IS bexng made
Nothmg more reasonable 1n Good
Shoe Quallty can be bought Try
them and seen' you don tth1nk so too
O STON IANS
BL Y CJARDINER MADE Sm FS AND
I'lI'll CNARDINER W RKMEN
Commonwealth Shoe 81, Leather Co
E E Pomerleau 85 Co
1? P Hazzard Company
PI-ICTCGRAPHS Lwe Forever
184 Water qtreet Augusta Malne
Special Prices on School Work
H Martln SL Son, Inc
Cllormerly Clarke s Marketb
Maxcy SL Sons Company
295 Water Street Gardrner Marne
H A Marston Company
299 Water Street Cvardlncr Malne
299 Water Street Gardmer Malne
Health IS W ealth
MacDonald s Bakery
BREAD AND PASTRIES
Opp Post OfIIee GartlIneI Mame
James Walker SL Son Co
LUMBER AND BUILDINC MATERIALS
OI ALL Ix1NDs
Manson SL Church
Opposnc Post Offiee
George s Spa
I IWME LUNeI1Ls I'oUNTAIN
48 Maln Avenue Te 48
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Gardlner Coal and Supply
Compllm nm 0
Delaware Brothers C GAL LQKE AND OIL
T13 our bmw buuu Range U11
FLAWARE R Pemmm
HCUTY HCSETKOD Compllmenti o
INSURANLI S O Clason, M D
Beane s Drug Store CANTER S
DURANI7 S Aww LI7 C HK u LAILS XX OMLN Q AND CHILDREN S
al O0 bIZL 4h VUPAR
Gfmhnu Manu 266 Warm bueet C1fdl11C1 Mame
CO"1Pl"'m'5 of The Ehte Shoe Repamng
P B Bull, M D Company
W T Gmoxow PRO1
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SALES AND SERX ICE
Phone 138 Gardlner Malne
The R B Erskme Store
25C S100 STORE
294 Water Street Telephone 245
H F Staples
F I. Amcshury Pres B H Whlte Treas
Amesbury Whlte Company
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHERS
372 Water Street Gardlner Malne
The Gray H1ldreth Company
GRAIN FLOUR FEED GROCERIES
SUCAR AND GRASS SEEDS
Corner Wlnter and Summer Streets
Gardiner Malne Telephone 230
Hersey s Shoe Store
202 204 Water St Augusta Mame
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RADIO REFRIGERATIGN AND
WASHING MAC HINES
Mun S Weir ofDepu1daIwlc Qu'1I1ty
GRAIULATION Suns AT
Frank C WISE SL Son
215 Wltur Strut Opp ohm:-,ou Houma,
PASHIQN PARIX CLOTHES AND
C F Bllodeau
Glaser s Shoe Store
QHOES FOR GRADUATION
263 Witer Strut C3"lYCI1I1t.Y M une
HOME MADE CANDIES
ICE CREAM AND SODAS
u Llbtl M nun
Dr I-I S Lasselle
Kelley Bros Co
PLL Mama I'ITAIINC I IARDWARE
317 Wltgr Strut Tcl 630
Gardmer Botthng Company
CELEBRAYED CARBONATED BEVERAQES
A B Ross Prop
C1ard11u.r Mmm 'III 340
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C Two Enends
ohnson House Garage
JOHN W I-IILBERT PROP
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5MART CLGTHES EGR THE
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE
Store for Women
Au usta Malne
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Gardrner Hardware Company
BUILDERS HARDWARE QIORTINL Gooos
LIME BRICKS CEMENT SHEETROCK
PLASTER PAINTS QILE VARNISH
283 Water Street Gardlner Mame
Complzm nts 0
Dralce's Shoe Store
Tel 752 W
251 Water Street GHTd1I1Cf lvlalne
Depot Square Garcllner Malne
WORSTER BRos PROIS
In The H art 0 th Triple Cm 5
That Famous Chlelxen DIIUICT
Hallou ell Marne
H llloxx ell Malne
PANAMA HATS CLEANED
AND BLOCKED 75t
Unlted Shoe Repamng Co
R V RWHAL PROP
Compliments of A Frzend
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W1ll C Atkms
Brann s Market, Inc
SNAPPY CLOTHF9 Fan MEN AND B rs
GRADUATILUN OUTFITQ AT
Spa ml Przces
Henry S McCobb
CRocER1Es MEATS GRAINS
DUPONT PAINTS AND ENAMELS
Hubbard s Qualrty Shoppe
FANCY Fauna AND CONFECTIONERY
CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO
Dr F B Sowden
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FIRE LIFE AUTOMOBILE BONDS
Prermums can be arranged on the
Budget Plan If deslred
D S McNaughton Agency
211 Water Street Gardmer Malne
W T P1erce
Iackson's Drug Store
THE REXALL STORE
WHITMAN s CHOCOLATES
AMATEUR PHOTO FINISHING
H W Eastman Bookstore
287 Water Street Gardmer Malne
aIIey s Auto EIectr1c SCTVICC
AUTo ELECTRIC AND CARBURETOR
Gardmer Tel 315 Malne
Wakefield s Servrce Statron
GASOLINE OIL TIRES TUBES ETC
170 Brldge Street Gardmer Malne
E B Fowles
GASOLINE OIL AND RANGE OIL
fFormerIy Unlted Motor Fuel Statlonl
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Savlngs Bank Block
Kent's Meat Market
318 Water Street Gardiner Malne
H M Church, D M
C L Church, D M
Kennebec journal Co
Goodspeed Sr Frtzpatnclc
BARBER Chalmers G Farrell, M D
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Chas. A. Knight
Gardmer Motor Co
GROCERIE9 MEAT9 FIQH FRUIT
173 Water Street Gardmer Mime
Gardmer Auto Sales
FORD CARS AND TRUCKS
THERE IS NO BETTER GRADUATION GIFT
THAN A CRUEN WATCH
C O Davenport Co
D W Adams Co
I F Hodgkms Company
on the Kennebec Rwer
bERx ICL QUALITY
C C Pomeroy
MODERN EQUIPMEN1 FUNERAL PARLORS
Tcl 4M Gardmcr Mame
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Self Service - no waiting ' ' '
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