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Page 6 text:
Table of Contents
Chronicle Staff . . .. 5
Picture Junior Play Cast 6
To the Class of ’39 ...... 7
Sophomore Impressions ..... 8
A New Club 8
Opportunity at Lyman Hall .... 8
Yankee Ingenuity ...... 9
Opportunities for Women in Aviation ... 10
Attention, Everyone ...... 10
Follow Your Hobby 11
Tramp Meets Tramp ...... 13
To-morrow’s Dawn 15
Hobbies ........ 17
Fly-fishing for Trout ...... 18
Honor Roll ........ 19
New Teachers .... 20
Welcome, Newcomers .20
Transferred to Other Schools 21
Senior Picnic .21
Senior Elections 21
Junior Elections 21
Sophomore Elections 21
The Rhythm Ramblers 21
Junior Ring Committee . .... 22
Cheer Leaders ....... 22
Sport Dance ...... 22
Sophomore-Freshman Hallowe’en Party 22
Home Room Programs .... 22
Library Notes ...... 23
Junior Play ...... 23
Senior Dance ...... 24
Student Council Dance .... 24
Poster Contest ...... 24
Athletic Association ...... 24
Student Council .... 25
The Daubers ....... 25
Home Economics Club ... 25
Music in Lyman Hall .... 26
Junior College Club . . . . .. 26
Auditorium Programs, October 5,16, November 6, 11,
26 and 27
Picture Football Team .28
Sports ........ 29
Alumni ......... 30
Exchanges ........ 31
Cartoon..........................35 and 36
Jokes.......................... 32, 33, 34
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If you can give your fellow men employment rest happy in the fact that you are assisting in the world's work and helping to make the world better.
If you cannot give fellow beings employment your idle money can if deposited and thus made active in the channels of trade and in the cause of industry and labor.
Thus you can help those around you . . . friends and neighbors who constitute your community.
THE WALLINGFORD BANK AND TRUST CO.
Students Shop at RUBINS Where the Well Dressed Men Buy.
Supplying Lyman Hall with
its Musical Needs at a Special School Discount
Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys.
CANELLI ’ S
Everything in Music 75 QUINN1PIAC ST.
1 Center St.
Opp. R. R. Station
Agent for “Conn” “Buescher” “Selmer” and other Instruments
W ALLINGFORD BAKERY
Try our Cakes Pastries for your next party
Assorted rolls and breads for all occasions
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John Balogh Class of 1937
To the Class of 39
Perhaps we’ve been too busy just being seniors to have catalogued you yet, or perhaps you have slipped so successfully into the background that we have taken you and your actions for granted. Many times in this last step of our high-school life, we have just thought of you as the added noise in the hall, the extra shove in the locker room, or the occupants of certain back seats in the auditorium. Yet we have noticed in you a definite quality that has not always seemed to be characteristic of former sophomores — you are independent. On the whole you seem more serious-minded, more conscious of the opportunities of the academic part of our school life. You showed fine initiative and leadership in your freshman year. Your newspaper was followed with great interest by many upper classmen; your student council was a success. Other things that you did also showed us that you saw a value in our extra-curricular activities and that you would find opportunities for developing the quality of doing and succeeding.
Thus far you have taken part in our activities, but not in quite the same spirit that you showed last year. You seem too conscious of our being here and are afraid to say or do what you would like. You have much to teach us about cooperation and initiative. 1 hope you will not lose your spirit of independence among yourselves. Get out of high school what will help you after graduation and what will count as time well spent. High school is by far the best place to find our interests for later life. Don’t disregard this, but attempt to make your school days the most enjoyable. Enjoyment will come from satisfaction, and satisfaction from doing.
Charlotte Crump, ’37
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