Morse Memorial High School - Morsonian Yearbook (Brooks, ME)
- Class of 1942
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Text from Pages 1 - 52 of the 1942 volume:
Norse ,NQm0fl0l School
Volume IV Number I
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By her untlrmg woxk and never falling mterest Mrs Roberts
has earned for herself a place of envxable esteem ln
the hearts of all her assoclates And 0 to
her thus book with the sp
ts IS dedlcated
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In memolv of
who passed away
Octobel 1 1941
ln h1s Sophomme Yeal
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Published by the Students of Morse Memorial High School
Front Rovu Albert Cox Helene Staples Faculty Adviser Miss Gott Theodore lf-lkei
Second Row Julia Elwell Everett Reynolds Betty Brown Elbert Moulton Jr Maw:
me Murray Shirley Lowe Helen Smith Patricia Ware Betty Quimby Harriet Llwcll
Frank Rex nolds
EDITORIAL STAFF OF MORSONIAN
Ld1tor in chief Helene Staples
A sslstant Editor Albert Loi:
Bublness Managel Theodore Felker
Soclal Editor Shirley Lowe
Joke Editorb Elbert Moulton Jr
I1.d1to1 for Girls Sports Margorle Brown
Senlor clams editor Helen Smlth
Junior clabb editor Betty Blown
Sophomore class editor Betty Quimby
Fieshmen class editor Maxme Murray
Jumor Hlgh Harrlet Elwell
Alumni Editors Patrlcla Ware
J ul1a Elwell
Faculty AdY1S6F ESth6I' Gott
Editor for Boys' Sports ...................................................... Frank Reynolds
THE MORSONIAN 5
Front Row left to right Mlss Moore Mr Melgard Principal Mrs Roberts Mlss Gott
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We are now closmg the year of 1941 1942 It has been a great
year We have gradually made xmprovements whlch have made school
llfe more pleasant We have all learned how to pull together for a,
common cause Lack of school Splrlt IS a thmg of the past We now
reallze that we belong to Morse and that Morse belongs to us and
The Student Councll has made a good begmnmg 1n becomlng an
actlve organlzatlon I hope It w1ll contlnue because It adds greatly
to our school and lt can be a great help
In sports there IS room for 1mprovement Wh1Ch I know you under
classmen w1ll make We all want to see Morse at top and leadlng
Even wlth all the lmprovements of the past there IS Stlll room
for more so undergraduates lets see you do your stuff
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we will all stand behind her all the way.
WHAT WE AS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CAN DO T0 HELP
WIN THE WAR
Thls IS a xx ar that lncludes not only men m the armed servxoes
but every slngle person 1n the Umted States and every country allled
to the Umted States I thmk every person 1n the Unlted States should
do hls utmost to make The land of the free and the home of the brave
There are many thlngs xxh1ch I myself and other glrls and boys
llke me can da to help make the land vxe loxe free One of the first
thxngs we should do 1s keep ourselx es healthx Amerlca needs stlong
people not weakllngs'
Another thlng I thlnk IN xerx lmportant IS keeplng up our morale
We should not be dlscouraged bx a few defeats That IS not the t1ue
Amer1can sp1r1t' The Japanese took the Allles by SUFDTISQ but al
ready they are paymg a heaxx toll ln Sh1pS planes and men
An equally lmportant ltem IS buylng defense savlngs bonds and
tamps It costs m1ll10HS of dollars to bulld the machlnes that wlll
gnxmg the1r l1xes that others max hve That 18 real Amerlcan Splrlt
We should stand behlnd our boxs by buymg stamps and bonds as
many and as often as xxe can
Boys and guls can saxe xx aste materlals such as paper cardboard
boxes t1n lead alumlnum and other thmgs whlch they need Thev
can also cooperate xxlth the goxernment by collectmg these xxaste
The Red Cross needs funds to buy suppl1es to carry out the1r
xx ork Boys and glrls can donate monex to the Red Cross They can
also help the Red Cross by klllttlflg sweaters scarfs etc
Amer1can boys and glrls should attend C1v1l1an Defense meetlngs
held 111 thelr towns Thev should be quxck to cooperate vxlth defense
IH thexr area
Boys and glrls who l1x e on farms can help by xalslng gardens chlck
ens plgs and other produce It takes food as well as money to xv1n
a war If boys and glrls raxsed and canned farm produce they would
not only help the government but also g1V8 themselves some valuable
If ex eryone m the Umted States does h1S part and does not lose
lns courage the xx orld xx1ll be free of tyranny and hate before long'
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break the Axis. The boys in the armed services of America are gladly
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WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP WIN THIS WAR?
Due to the fact that I am a student I am not able to help my
country by worklng 1n a Defense factory and I am too young to Jo1n
the Army Navy Marmes and such I declded that I ought to try
to find some Way or Ways 1n YVIIILII I could do my part
Wlth thxs thought 1n mlnd I conslder some of the ways Flrst
I flnd that I may help by conservmg such thmgs IS gas oll tlres or
by takmg good care of my clothes and such Second I nnd that I
may help lf I keep myself 1n good health and lf I make an effort
to get along Wlthout unessent1al thlngs Th1rd I may help lf I pur
chase Defense Bonds and Stamps to the full extent of my hnanclal
ab1l1tv Fourth I may help 1f I 1o1n some Q01 at least onej of the
many defense organ17at1ons ox corps ln the town 1n whlch I reslde
In concludlng I WVISII to add that lf I try to do my best to uphold
the aboxe mentloned bes1de gnmg all the scrap metals and paper
that I come across and to do exexythlng I can to help IH am way
I know that I am help1ng although IH a small xx ay to keep and safe
gfua1d Amerlca the land I loxe
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WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP WIN THIS WAR?
A new world IS bemg created and It must be the people of
the Un1ted States who have the prlnclple hand m creatlng It Thats
where vve come 1n We as Senxors are golng to have to help cxreate
thls neva World
The executlve head of C1v1l1an Defense James Landls Sdld The
greatest trouble wlth c1v1l1an defense IS that people have not awak
Ined to the fact that the Un1ted States IS at war How wrong he
ls' We are awake Pearl Harbor dld that The nexus from the Far
East IS bad Here we have begun by ratlonlng tlres and wlll end
we don t know where or when
Men and women ln streets 1n back yards or wherever Amerlcans
meet together begm to scowl and ask quest1ons
Why don t we do something?
Whats the matter wxth us?
Dont we know what we re do1ng"
The mood reflected by such questlons IS dangerous If we get
ourselves Into such a state of mlnd that everythlng seems wrong
we then have a demorahzatlon of sp1r1t whlch may brmg us to defeat
NOth1Hg worth wh1le was ever done 1n this World wlthout exuber
Ince of sp1r1t and that comes from confidence and falth We must
never lose thxs falth IH our comlng vlctory
Our Amerlcan sense of humor 1n 1tS own way wlll prove our
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Front Row Left to right Shirley Lowe Wilma Amsden Helene Staples Charlotte
Wentworth Gloria Fernald Second Row Everett Reynolds Theodore Felker Mr Mel
gard Principal Dale Ward Robert Brown
Nine students were elected for the Student Council durlng the
SLhOOI year The nine members were as follows Gloria Fernald
liobelt Broun Wilma Amsden Helene Staples Shlrley Lowe Fver
ett Reynolds Theodore Felker Richard Libby and Charlotte Went
Helene Staples Vice president Shirley Lowe Secretary Charlotte
Wentworth and Treasurer Theodore Felker
We planned to hare a meeting everv Tuesday and on this day
the girls vxeai red 1erk1ns white blouses and black skirts
The first thing we did was to draw up a charter for the Student
Council as this has not been done before
To get down to business on the start we purchased an electric
recorder It has been used for SOCIHIS and dancing at noon hours The
students have appreciated it very much and we hope that they do
years to come
The Student Council is now thinking about improving the school
grounds by havlng a well landscaped lawn
The Student Councll has had control of everything that has gone
on in the school All members have worked together and I really mean
WORK to make thls year a successful one Lets see the Student
Council of the cormng years proxe to be Just as successful as this one'
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Front row left to right Bettv Quimbw 'Vhss Moore Coach Second ron Helen Smith
Theodore Felker Marjorie Brown Frank Revnolds Elbert 'vloulton Jr Eugene Roberts
Brc n Betty Qulmbw Gux Tvwomblw Exerett Reynolds Barbara Merritt Richard Libby
Mrs Roberts Coach Walter Vernon Frank Reynolds Elbert Moulton Jr
Front row left to right: Ruth Wormlight: Shirley Loweg Wilma Amsden, Marjorie
GIRLS WILL BE BOYS
How many saw the farce comedy 1n three acts named the above?
The play was put on for two nlghts and It most certamly made a big
h1t ln th1s town'
Rovs ena Phllhps
I'he Prxde of the team
Vlayoung 1n Biology
A Gamma Beta
Another Gamma Beta
A slgma Chl
Another Slgma Chl
Dean of xx omen
Also a Slgma Chl
P1 esxdent of Colfax
C ustodlan ot C olfarc
Llbert Moulton Jr
Vt alter Vernon
hs erett Res nolds
bhlrley Lou e
The dramatlc workshop was formed thls year 1n an effort to
make it pOSS1ble for students mterested ln dxfferent phases of dramatlc
productlon to learn about scenery stage-craft l1g'htlIlg costum1ng
make up propert1es and the hke
Members constructed new flats for the first play and produced
ln addltxon the one act play and other events durlng the year From
thls Group IS chosen the stage crew w h1ch does the constructlon ww ork
for the dramatlc productlons
Last year the gxrls lost one softball game Wlth Unlty the only
uefeat for the season
On playdax all the Softball Glrls Journeyed on the bus to Alblon
When we arrlved there It vc as I'2llllll'lg hard so some of the 3Ct1V1tleS
had to be postponed They furmshed us w1th a lovely baked bean
mnner and by afternoon It had cleared and we all went outslde for
the softball game and basketball throws We won both softball games
thereby w1nn1ng the cup as xx ell as doing first second and th1rd places
ln the throwmg yumplng and racing contest We all had a xery
Come on g1rls get out and play softball, xt IS lots of fun'
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Front row left to right Marllwn Rxder Muriel Roberts Helen Smith Gloria Fernald
Helen Peterson Lounse Lanphler Second rovl Phxllls Welch Betts Broun Rosemarv
Wren Frank Gibbs Barbara Zvucker Maxine Wlurrax Charles Rewnolds
Crew Eugene Roberts Albert Cox Frank Quimby Dale Ward Shirley Libby Muse
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Front Row Helen Peterson Julla Elwell Ruth Wormllght Maxme Murray Phyllls
Welch Helen Smith Gloria Fernald Loulse Lanpluer Maryorne Brown Betty Qnumby,
Ollve Roberts Bettv Brown
Second Row Vnrgmla Sulllvan James Mulcahey Charlie Reynolds Winifred Smith,
Eleanor York Shirley Llbby Wilma Amsden I-lennella Kenney Arlene Stimpson Patrl
cla Vlmre Charlotte Wentworth Robert Brown
Harold Arsenault Eugene Roberts Frank Gibbs Seth Knowlton Rosemary Wren Daisy
Hamlin Marian Sullivan
Fourth Row Besse Larrabee Vlola Crosby Muriel Lane Munel Roberts Helene Sta
ples Shmrley Lowe Barbara Merritt, Barbara Zvucker Irene Curtns Barbara Kenney
Phyllis Kmg Manlsn Ryder
Frfth Row Durwood Crosby Deral Glbbs, Everett Reynolds Rnchard Rajanleml Rich
ard Lnbby, Theodore Felker Frank Reynolds Walter Vernon Guy Twombly Dale Ward
The Chorus thls year was made up of Just the boys and glrls who
hked to sing They practlsed one hour each Wednesday wlth MISS
Florence Adams, the muslc teacher, as dlrector The g1rls worked hard
an a number whlch was glxen March 5th at Morse Memorlal Hlgh
School AUd1tOF1Um Thls was glven whlle the Judges were makmg
then d9C1SlOll on the dlfferent schools who had presented a part of
the program durmg the evenmg, lt was very successful
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Third Row: Lucille Gibbs, Elbert Moulton, Jr.g Herbert Ryan, Jr.: Jeremiah Sullivan,
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Marjorie Arlene Brown
"She had a way to chase despair,
To heal all grief, to ease all care."
School play 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball
2, 3, 4, Prize Speaking 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: In-
strumental class 1, 2, 3, 43 News reporter 43 Hiking
Club 43 Sub-deb 23 Musical Recital 23 Dancing class
2, 39 Operetta 25 Physical Education 1, 25 Knitting
Wise in his daily work was he to fruits of diligence
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 Photography 2
Student Council 3 Business Managei The Morson
ian 3 Class President 1 4 Senior Play 2 3 School
Play 2 3 A sistant Editor of The Vlolsonian
Dancing class 2 3 Dramatic Workshop 4 Intramural
Volley Ball 2 Valedictorlan
Sat in his corner still
And worked his sulns and did his task
Baseball 1 2 3
Julia Elizabeth Elwell
We like her frank and smiling face
er sensible and quiet grace '
Gle Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary and Treasurer of class
1 2 Dancin class 2 3 Prize Speaking 1 Softball
2 3 4 Sub deb 2 Alumni Editor of Morsonian 4
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"If he can hell find a way
Workmg at It night and dav
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2,
3 4 Student COUDC11 1 4 Exchange Edltor Morson
ln 1 Business Manager Morsoman 4 Class Secre
tary and Treasurer 2 Prlze Speakmg 4 Photog
1aphJ 2 Intramural Volley Ball 2 Muslcal Recltal 1
Danclng class 3 Physlcal Educatlon 2 Salutatorlan
Shlrley Ax IS Lowe
Her dxvme skull taught me this
That from everything I saw
I could some mstructmn draw
School .Jlay 2 3 Sub deb 2 Sculpturmg 2 Glee
Club 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 2 4 Pxesldent
dass 3 Vlce presldent of class 1 Hlkmg Club
2 3 4 Dancmg Class 2 3 Phys1calEducat10n 1
Softball 2 3 4 MUSIPH1 R8C1t8l 1 Photography
Debatlnz Club 3 Fourth Honor
Bdvs ard Martln
VVhen thmgs dont. go to suit you
And the world seems upsxde down
Dont waste your tlme in frettmg
But dnve away that frown
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 Basketball 1 2 3 Vol
ley Ball 1 Debatlng Club 3
Frank Leroy Reynolds
A bright careers before hum
All people pronounce hrs praise
Clay modeling class 2 Photography 2 Prlze Speak
1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball
2 3 4 PTOdUCt10H Staff 2 Semor Play 3 One act
Play 3 School play 3 Track 1 Anlmal League
Glee Club 2 3 4 Sales Agent of Morsoman
Class v1ce presxdent 4 Intramural Volley Ball
Class Marshals 3 Dancmg 2 3 Hlkmg Club 4
Physlcal Educatlon 1
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lnugene Payne Roberts
Hls nuschlef was done
As svuftlv and natural as winklng
Clay Modehng Class 2 Photography 2 Puze Speak
mg 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Dr'1
'Tl3llC Workshop 4 Ammal League 2 Track 1 Glee
Club 3 4 Sales Agent of Morsoman 4 School play
3 Ore 'act Play 3 Intramural Volley Ball 2 Senior
Play 1 3 Danclng Class 2 3 Physlcal EdUC3t1OH 1
Hlklng Club 4
Sav then that he was wise and brave
As wlse m thought as hold m deed
Photography 2 Sculpturlng Club 2 Physical Educi
helen Arhne Smlth
What er the action be
Shes such a way of domg It
She wms all hearts to see
P111 Speakmg 1 2 3 4 Photography Club 2 School
plav 3 One act play 1 Sub deb 2 Sculpturmg 2 Glee
Club 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l2 3 Secretary and
Treasurer 4 Hlkmg Club 4 Llterary Edltor of
Vlorsoman 3 ACt1V1tl6S wd1t0l of MOFSODIBH
Basketball 2 3 Cheerleader 4 Class Marshal 3 Soft
ball 3 4 Interscholastlc Speakmg Contest 3 Dancmyz
class 2 3 Prompter Senxor play 2 MIISICBA Recllal 1
Helene Frances Staples
Doing the hard examples
I-latmg a reprlmand
Droppmg a tear of pity
Lending a. helpful hand
Presxdent Student Council 1 4 Secretary and Treas
urer 3 Presldent class 2 Orchestra 1 2 3 Glee
Club 1 2 3 4 School Play 1 2 3 Sub deb Club 2
Photography 2 One act play 3 Basketball 2 Asslst
ant Busmess Manager MOFSODISH 1 Dancing class
2 3 MUSIC R6Cll311 4 Cheerleadel 1 2 3 Editor
m chlef MOTSOHIHH 4 Kn1tt1ngClub4 Thxrd Honor
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As patlent and as stxll
And as full of good wlll
Steadfast to thought
Well made well wrought
Playdly 2 3 l'rack 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Physlcal
Patl rt ld A1l1r1e War e
The wen snule before xou speak
That dnmples your transparent cheek
Pncueles all the heart
Glee Club 1 3 4 Musrcal R6C1tdl 1 Sculptuun
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FIRST HOlN OR ROLL
B1 on n Ellzabeth Libby Shll 195'
Wentworth Ch ar lotte
SECOND HONOR ROLL
Fernald Glol 13
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Thls yea1 our class has fourteen members sex en gnls and seven
boys One member Helene St :ples was absent for the filst two weeks
bemor class oH1cers were chosen as follows Presldent, Albelt
Cox Vlce president, Frank Revnolds Setretalx and TTQASUI er Helen
Smxth Class Reporter, Maryorle Brown
Student COUHC1l members are Presldent Helene Staples, Vlce
lesldent Shlrley Lowe, Treasurer Theodore Felker
On October fifteenth Helen Srmth was plesented wlth a "Sun
shlne Basket from the school
October twelfth part ot the SQIIIOI' class went on a plcnlc to San
Just before Thanksglvmg sex en senlors went to the Preble Studlo
IH WVaterv1lle to have thelr plctures taken
New Years Exe the senlols gave a dance Punch and cookies
were serxed at mtermlsslon At the end of the old year, a gong was
Senlor glrls taklng part 1n basketball thls year were Shlrley
Lowe Marjorle Brown, and Patrlcla Ware
Eugene Roberts and Frank Reynolds
leader was Helen Smxth
The boss were Albelt
The only Senlor cheer
Helen 5m1 h
Helene Qtml s
vllglhla Sul 1Vl!'l
Gold dw st
Mrs Frank Rey
How about ton12ht"
I buess so
What do you think
For Pete Sakes
Hello you dub
That alnt called for
Well I should say
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sounded and balloons and confettl was thrown.
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Front row left to ught Wilma Amsden Phyllis King Betty Brown Elbert Moulton
Jr Barbara Twucker Eleanor York Second row Keith Roberts Everett Reynolds Ash
les Roberts Frank Gibbs Miss Moore Home room Teacher Jeremiah Sulllvan Walter
Wernon Austin Gardiner Frank Quimby
Qept mhe 1941 We xx eie yomed bv five of ou1 foimer members
at llll.QlX2l which biought our total up to seventeen During the
vear thlee of ou1 members left making our present total of fourteen
The following 0fflCelb were elected for the ensuing year Presi
dent Bettv Bioun VICE president Elbert Moulton Jr Secretary
Barbara Zuicker Treasurel Phyllis King and Class Reporter Ev
Our tvwo representatives of the student council were Wilma Ams
den and Colby Roberts After Colby left school It was voted to have
Ex erett Rey nolds take his place
Several Junlors took part in basketball thls year They were Bet
ty Brown Elbert Moulton Jr Frank Gibbs Frank Quimby Everett
Reynolds and Walter Vernon
Of the seven cheerleaders ln the school three were Juniors They
were Phyllis King Barbara Zwlcker and Wilma Amsden
At the beginmnfr of the school year Walter Vernon Elbert Moul
ton Ji and Frank Gibbs played ln the school orchestra
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Second Row Ohve Roberts Daisy Hamlin Barbara Merritt Luenlle Gibbs Musa
C' ott home room teacher Rosemary Wren Irene Curtis Muriel Roberts Barbara Kenney
Thnrd Row Betty Evans Ruth Wormllght Seth Knowlton Harold Arsenault Richard
Llbby Marian Sullivan Charles Reynolds
The class of 1944 wlth twenty members started out w1th a bang
We were very glad to have Miss Gott as our home room teacher She
ln the Student Councll we were represented by Charlotte Went
worth and Rlchard Llbby Charlotte was elected Secretary Every
Tuesday we saw her gomg to Student Councll meetlngs wlth penclls
and notebook ln hand
We were represented ln the orchestra by Ruth Wormllght playing
the cornet and Charlotte Wentworth playmg the plano Thls IS the
fourth year that Ruth has played but It IS Charlotte s first
Many members of our class took part ln the play Gxrls Wlll Be
Boys The ones who took part are Ruth Wormllght Rlchard Llbby
Guy Fwombly and Betty Qulmby
Murlel Roberts and Betty Qulmby were chosen to partlclpate ln
We were represented ln the one act play by Murxel Roberts Ruth
Wormlrght and Rlchard Llbby
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Rrcharu Rajanlemn Manlyn Ryder Louise Lanphner Arlme Stlmpson Second row
Helen Peterson Bessie Laxrabee Erlene Robertson Mrs Roberts Home room Teacher
Vlfmxfred Smnth Wnola Crosby Henrnella. Kenney James Mulcahey Derwood Crosby
Royce Littlefield Herbert Ryan Ir Rlehard Webber Deral Gibbs
Septembel 1941 blought twenty nexx members 1nto Molse 'llem
Durmg F19ShI'll9ll VS eek xxe were treated harshly The glrls
vxore long house dresses mls mated shoes green halr rlbbons black
IU a pug The box s xx one g1rls dresses glrls shoes green halr rlbbons
'md lad a sack to Cdlly thelr books ln Both boys and glrls had to
get out 1n the dltch and boxx to upper classmen when they went by
The nlght 01 Fl6Sl'll'l'l9ll Receptlon all the Freshmen came Wlth good
mlothes on Just before appearmg ln publlc the Sophomores had us
glrls put on ox eralls and pulled our han back wlth any old strlng
Fhey had the boxs xx ear shorts and bows ln thelr halr These are some
ot the Tucks txxo people bllnd folded fed each other marshmallow
fluff one of the boys had to propose to a glrl and a gnl had to p1Ck
a cloth up flom the flool xx 1th her mouth
The Fleshmen class off1cers are as follows Presldent Robert
Bloxx I1 Vxce presldent Rlchard Ra1an1em1 Secretaly Marllyn Ryder
'lreasurer Maxcme Murray
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btlmpson Lorrame Glbbs Toma Decrovs Reina Crosby
Second Row Lloyd Wentworth Lee Cox Neil Gibbs Jeanne Fogg Kathleen Murphy
'Vlalcolm Wentworth Harold Brown Jerry Brown
Thlrd Row Joseph Roberts Edward Tucker Mr Ryan instructor Marlowe Smnth
Fourth Row Robert Ellis Edgar Lanphrer Edward Duley Carl Dudley Allan
Brown Harry Hamlm
JUNIOR HIGH NEWS
In September the seventh and elghth grades had twenty elght
students enrolled but later Guy Brown left Mr Ryan IS our home
room teacher and Mxss Adams our muslc teacher
At our class meetmg offlcers were elected as follows Presldent
Harold Brown Vxce presldent Eleanor Ryan Secretary Robert Ellls
and Treasurer Nnncv G00dNVlI'l Offlcers elected from sex enth grade
were Presldent Lloyd Wentworth Vlce presldent Erlon Hall Sec
retary Jerry Brown and Treasurer Lee Cox
There IS only one member from our room that plays IH the school
orchestra and that IS Robert Ellls Students who take muslc lessons
are Allan Brown Nancy Goodwln Relna Crosby and Jeanne Fogg
Phe members of the boys iirst team ln basketball are Robert
Ellls Marlowe Smlth Harry Hamhn Joseph Roberts and Lee Cox
'Ihose who play on the second team are Harold Brown Delmar Ward
and Allan Brown
The glrls partlclpatmg were Pearl Stlmpson Lorralne G1bbS Toma
Declow Harrlet Elwell Nancy Goodwm Marjorle Ware Eleanor
Ryan and Relna Crosby Jeanne Fogg and Kay Murphy played on the
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The thxrd week of November 1942 twelve gxrls reported for
practlce The followlng gxrls reported Freshmen Louxse Lanphxer
Marllyn Ryder Sophomores Shxrley Llbby Betty Qulmby Ohve Rob
erts, Phyllis Welch Charlotte Wentworth Junxors Betty Brown
SBDIOTS Marjorxe Brown Shlrley Lowe and Patrlcxa Ware
Our first game wxth Searsport Nov 25 the followmg glrls played
1n the varxous posltlons Shlrley Llbby, MarJor1e Brown and Betty Qulm
by as forwards Patr1c1a Ware Lucllle GlbbS and Charlotte Went
xxorth as guards The score was twenty seven to thlrteen
Frlday nlght Nov 28 we motored to Wmterport where we won
wlth a score of forty three to mneteen
The Llberty game wasn t very successful the score bemg twenty
four to thlrteen 1n L1berty s favor
Lucllle Glbbs played a very good game but we were unfortunate
and Unlty won the game The score was thxrty n1ne to twenty
The Islesboro game was a fast and furlous game whlch left the
basketball fans grlpplng thexr seats when the whlstle blew leavlng
They made the score rxse to thlrty two to ten m thelr favor
Another 8XCltlIlg' game was with Alblon our guards couldnt
eem to guald the glrls as closely as ln the prevlous game but dld
as xx ell as the Alblon guards SLOIQ twenty seven to txx entx sxx
The Freedom and Morse glrls fought qulte a hard battle but they
Ihe fist game axxax after Chrlstmas xacatlon was at Searsport
"'h1s tlme the Sealsport glrls xx ere not prepared Score twenty n1ne
to twentv txxo lll our fax or
The Ilrst halt ot the Unltx game xxas prettx close but the last
half xx ent wlld and xx on the game
The L1berty gxrls seemed to emoy thelr game by shootlng fouls
Thex made the scole to thlrtx txx o to ten 1n thelr fax or
The last game xx as at Fleedorn xx here Shlrley Llbby Betty Qulmbx
Betty Bloxxn Shlrley Loxxe Challotte Wentworth and Lucllle Glbbs
play ed a good game but xx ele unable to make many baskets because
of hlgh baskets
The SQHIOFQ xxho are leaxlng us th1s year are Shlrley Loxxe
Patrlcla Ware and Mar1o11e Broxxn we are sorry to have them leave
because xx e haxe emoyed xx orklng xx 1th the gurls and Mlss Gott and wlsh
them the best of luck and success for the comlng year
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Letty Qunmbv Shuley Llbby Phyllis Welch Louise Lamphler Manlyn Ryder Betty
Broun Lucllle Gnbbs Shnrley Lowe' Mlss Gott coach
Front Row Daisy Hamlin Phyllis Welch Muriel Roberts Betty Qulmby, Slurley
Libby Olne Roberts Betty Brown Charlotte Wentworth
Qecond Row P8tflCl3 Ware June Curtis, Lucllle Gibbs Miss Gott coach Rosemary
Wren Vnrglma Sullivan, Barbara, Kenney
Thnrd Row Julia Elwell Wxlma Amsden Marian Sullivan Ruth Wormlxght Phylhs
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'lhe Box Basketball season of 1941 and 1942 started Ill N0
Xtllllbtl Oul nexx coach Pllnclpal Earl Melgald called a meetlng
for the ULU pose of flndlng out hoxx many boys M916 lnterested ln thls
ljdltltllldl spolt At thls meetlng our coach polnted out certaln 16
lLt1llllQll19l1tS of a good athlete and lnstlucted us as to the lmportant
tl'llllf.,S xxe xx ere to tolloxx thlough the season
Vt e had a good attendance at Olll tllst meetlllg alld lt xx as C9lt13.lll
th it the llfteell membels xx ho stalted plactlce xx ould stlck to the squad
tlll0l1g,l'10Llt the se 18011 Olll nexx lx 0lf,,dllll6Cl squid LOll'slSTL9d of txxo
tllst team plax 918 ll0Ill the IJILXIOUS season llamelx Albelt Cox and
Flank Rexnolds Eugene Robelts xx as also 1 plax 91 from the DISXIOUS
easoll bexelal nexx membel xx ele lecelx ed flom the Fleshman and
Sophomole classes Nlernbel ot the prexlous season declded to JOIH
Us agaln and tly to make the te lm Our coach appolnted Challle
P6WIl0ldS as nlallagel f0l the teanl
xx dl nl up plactlces alld a fexx 1llstll1Ltl0I1S as to passlng and handllng
the ball llght Plactlce theleifter eonslsted of practlcally the same
Is the hlst but lll ddClllC10ll oul co ich dex eloped practlces to glVe hlm
a gellel xl study of each menlbel ot the squad Then the hardest prac
tlce commenced and flnallx ended NVltl1 the OI'g'dll17?lt1OIl of the dlffer
ent t ams ot the squad
lOl H1016 than txxo xx eeks xxe dl llled alld practlced hard and It
xx as 0011 llOtlQ6d that xxe xx ele to h lxe a promlslng season ahead of
Although xxe xx ele unable to xxlll all of the games xxe plax ed xxe
Hnlshed xx lth a hlgh ax elage alld lre noxx lated second place ln the
league xx lth Searspolt as Iilst
The basketball seas0l1 xx as enloved xerx much by each nlember
llld each membel had a chance to pllx and seculed at least all ex
1191191106 xx hlch xxlll ald them lll the seasons to come
The team of next xeal xxlll be untoltunate ln loslng three of the
hlst stllllg xx ho xxlll leflxe at glcldll'ltl0ll These thlee may be greatly
llllSS9Cl but thele 19 plentx of flglltlllg' poxx er left xx hlch xx lll be a great
tsset next season
lhe lettelmen f0l thls season xvere Albert Cox Eugene Roberts
Plalllx Reynolds Frank G1bbS Guy Twombly Flank Qulmby Rlchald
Llbbx Hal old A1S8H3Ult VValte1 Vernon Exelett Reynolds Elbert
Moultoll Jl and Charlle Rex nolds Seth Knowlton and Robert Brown
IQCQIX ed mlnol letters
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Reynolds Guy Twornbly Walter Vernon Elbert Moulton Jr Herbert Ryan Jr Harold
hsenault Seth Knowlton Dale Ward Mr Melgard Prmclpal coach
Front Row Maxme Murray Phyllls King
Second Row WllIl13. Amsden Ruth Wormlnght Helen Smnth Barbara Zwxcker
Muriel Roberts Miss Moore coach
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O A V T
-X school play Glrls Wlll Be Boxs xxas g1X91l Mondav and
Vuesday mghts Octobel txx enty sexenth and elghth A dance follow
td the play on 'Iuesday nlffht Wednesday afternoon October txx enty
nmth a party xxa glxen to celeblate the success of the play
lNOXG'l'llhO1 tenth the Jun1o1 Class SDOllSO1GCl a Dlaftee Party
Phe next xxeek the cheelleadels sponsored a soual Muslc 101 both
Ddlllt xx as furnlshed by the Recorder
ln the afternoon of December mnteenth a school palty xx as grx en
Ly the Student Countll The sex enth and elghth glades enteltalned
the hlgh school bx the plesentatlon oi txxo short plavs aftel xxhlch
pxeselts xxe1e d1st11buted bx Exelett Rexnolds xxho play ed the part
ot Santa Clius Dancmg, tolloxx ed xx 1th muslc bx the recol der
Duung the Chrlstmas xacatlon a Nexx X931 s Exe Dance xx as spon
mas colo1s led and green The orchestla Sammx Sabbas played
m the mlddle of the floo1 and xx as enclosed bx streamels Refleshments
ot punch and cookxes xx ere selx ed at 1nte1m1ss1on At txxelxe o clock
tl e 1 h s x ent out a ong, sounded and balloons and confettl xx ere
The Sophomore Bain Dance sponsored by the Sophomoles on
Februaly slxth xvas the first event after the basketball season MUSIC
x 1 iuxmshed by Deacon Hand and Hls Country Band The audltor
rum xx ls decolatecl xxlth old horse blankets hax etc to lepresent a
The F eshmen Valent1ne Palty xxas glxen Fen ly thnteenth
MUSIC for the dance xx as furmshed bx Deacon Hand am hxs Country
Sand Cards and Pmg Pong also added to the entertalnment
VVednesday mght March elex enth the Junlors sponsored a Snow
w6St1V8l Dance ID the audltouum The kmg and queen xx ere croxnn
ed Candldates for queen were Marllyn Ryder Charlotte Wentworth
Barbara Zwlcker and Shlrley Loxve The candldates for klng were
Eugene Roberts and Elbert Moulton Jr MUSIC was furmshed by
Deacon Hand and hlS Country Band
'lhose takmg part m the One Act Play xvere Marjorle Brown
Mur1el Roberts Ruth Wormllght and Rlchard Llbby They won '
the Sfctxonal One Act Play Contest
'lhose takmg vxrt m P1179 Speaklng are Helen an nth lVIa11or1e
Blown Frank Reynolds Eugene Roberts Theodore F lker Bett-I
Qulmbv Murlel Roberts and Elbert Moulton Jr It IS to be held the
last put of Aprll
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Law renee Dodge
Senior Perfect Woman
Smile Helen Smlth
Eyes Mdll0Fl9 Broun
Voice Patrlcia Ware
Hair 'Virginia Sulhy an
Personality Helene Staples
Complexion Iuha Elwell
Best Dressed Shnlev Lone
MEN IN OUR ARMED FORCES
North Carolina in U S A
Mississippi in U S A
Virginia in U S N
Louisiana in U S A
Arizona in U S A
Philliplnes U S A
Fort Knox Kentucky U S A
Air Corps in Alabama
Fort Bragg in North Carolina
boast Guard Camp Shelbv Mass
Bangor in U S A
Camp Edwards Mass in U S A
San Jose California in U S A
U S Coast Guard Maryland
Canal Zone U S A
Port Monmouth New Jersey
South Carolina In U S A
Texas in U S A
State Guard in Augusta
Portland in U S A
Senior Perfect Man
Smile Russell Roberts
Bored look Albert Cox
Athlete s build Henry Curtis
Han Eugene Roberts
Sense of humor Edward Martin
Best dressed Theodore Felkei
C omplexlon Frank Reynolds
JLll'llOl Where hue you been"
Dale Ixe been in the phone booth talking to my girl
rumor Did you hate a lllC6 talk?
Dale No darn it someone else xx anted to use the booth and we both
nad to get out
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Iflc Shlll 111 Recept1o11
C ountx C onxe11t1o11
S 1ool Flu L nls Xllll Be ho s
St1tc 'lcachc1 s tom c11t1on
Stuclcnt fOLlllL1l Dance
Jlllll0l D1aftee Paltx
C hcc1lc 1clc1 s Soc1al
8611101 New Xe 11 s Fxe Dance
School ucnt to see I+1cedom play
B 1sketb1ll at Seauport
If rc shm 111 D 1nCe
Semor EST Family
Edwa1d Martm Blondest
Hen1x Curtls N0lS9St
Albe1t Cox Fastest
Sh1rlex Lowe W1ttl9St
Russell Roberts Best natu1ed
Marjone Brown Qulckest
Student f0llllLll Dance
Vlfglnla Sulllx an
Mr Melgard My grandfathe1 hxed to be oxer 90 and never used
lvl!-1110116 VVell lots ot people do prefer It out of the bottle
W1lma Amsden savs L1fe IS ten per cent what you make It and nmety
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50 TH!! VORSUNIAN
Romeo md Jullet
The Men 111 He1 L1fe
Too Manx Gnls
Ixmght VS lthout -X1m01
The Da1k Angel
The Deul s 1n Loxe
The Lady xx 1th Red Ha1r
Boom Tovt ll
Ball of F'11e
S011 of Fun
Glamour fox Sale
B1lly the lxld
Blondle IH Souety
The Great Profile
Her F1rst Beau
If I had Mv Wax
L3dl6S 1n Retlrement
Queen of the Mob
R1 e and Shlne
Fast and Furlous
Shadow of the Thln Man
Tall Dark and Handsome
Caught ln the Draft
Nothmg but the Truth
Boy of the Streets
Tlllle the Toxler
My Favorxte Spy
Frank Reynolds and Helen Sm1th
C har Wentu o1th 8s Ashley Roberts
Cuy Tu ombly
Mal 1an Suln an
Jerry Sullx an
Betty Ex ens
Ollx e Robelts
Ruth VN ormhght
Barbara ZV1Ck8l Phyllls Klng and
Boys Basketball Squad
Girls Basketball Squad
Elbert Moulton Jr Russel Roberts
Charlle Rex nolds
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Shepe1d 01 the H1lls De1 1l Glbbs
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Herbert Ryan Jr
Frank Reynolds Hel
Elbert Moulton Jr
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Vera s Beautv Salon
4 Broad St Bangor, Me
The Rlnes Co
Flne Dry Goods
43 Mam St Bangor, Me
Headquarters for Candy
The Pme Restaurant
ll Mam St Bangor Me
Dr Harr5 R Hulley
9 Central St Bangor Me
Attorney at Law
36 Mann St Bangor Me
A E Small M D
Elm Clty Glfts
G W Chandler
28 Mam St 9 Broad St
Donald Pratt Co
18 Hammond St Bangor
Louls A Walker Agent
Gallert Shoe Store
51 Mam St
57 Mam St Waterville Water-vllle Mame
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You and your bank book should be inseparable pals The
mere fact that you have an account IS not enough lf you
desire to get the best out of life
a portxon of your weekly mcome conslstently
THE MERRILL TRUST CUMPANY
Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposlt Insurance Corp
Get better acquainted with your bank book by depositing
THF FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Commercial and Savlngs Department
Safe deposnt storage vaults
H C MCCORRISON
PONTIAC at PACKARD CARS
All Makes of used Cm Accessorxes
Expert body and fender work
Wheel allgmng and frame straightening
Tel 8 Thorndike Maine
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Webb s Grocerles
Full lme of
Grocerles and Meats
Amoco Gas and Oll
Economy Cash Market
Fruit and Produce
Open Evenings and Sundays
Mervyn W Blrd
Bea s Beauty Salon
H J Locke 8z Son
Tel 67M Belfast Maine
Dr Ernest Webber
JUDGF' OF PROBATE
June Frl ar B lfast Me
Georgle s Beauty
Complete Beauty Service
Tel 449 W 12 Na n Street
Tel 429 430 Belfast Me
Bender School Bus Bodies
Phlllp B Crosby, Inc
Post Office Square
Compllments of a
F D Jones
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BANGOR MAINE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
WE BELIEVE OUR SCHOOL
TO BE A GOOD SCHOOL
C H Husson Principal
Leland A Kenney
Retall dealer of Raw Modern Beauty
Mllk Cream and Chocolate Shop
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Register of Deeds
Republlcan Voters of
Register of Deeds
June 1942 Primary
Herman H Loombs
Clerk of Courts
C A Paul
Chrysler and Plymouth Cars
Trucks Bear Frame Ahgner
SALES and SERVICE
Phone 185 W Belfast Me
H E J enklns
Brldge St Brooks Me
Second Hand Parts
R F Llbby
Grocerles and Meats
E L. Goddmg
Supt V J Wormllght
C A Thompson
Tel 22 2 Jackson Me
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Young men and women wlll always find this banking
mstltutxon Interested and helpful ln their business progress
Responslblllty I3 reflected by a checklng account which I8
also a factor in establlshmg credxt and standing
THE MERRILL TRUST COMPANY
With twelve offlces ln Eastern Maine
Member of Federal Deposlt Insurance Corp
This Mutual Savmgs Bank IS endeavormg to and ln
the Natlonal Defense Program by promoting thrift ln this
community through School Savings the Christmas Vacation
and Tax Clubs and by the Sale of Umted States Defense
Bonds and Stamps
WATERVILLE SAVINGS BANK
182 Mann Street - Waterville Maine
Buy Defense Stamps and Bonds
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Penworth R Rogers Fuller C Wentworth
Chase Block Mann Street
Tel 67W Belfast Mame
E L Grant
Where laundermg IS
Dry Cleaners Launderers
33 Main St Belfast Mame
Colburn s Shoe Store
Belfast Family Shoe Store
Belfast M me
Dr R S Black
I Ernest Thornton
Attorney at Law
The Rexall Store
Read 8x Hills Props
Main St Belfast Me
S1bsl's Beauty Salon
ll Main Street
Over Smith s Dept Store
Public Health Nurse
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FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY
Member F D I C
STERN S DEPARTMENT STORES
Watervxlle Sz Skowhegan
Head to toe outfltters for the entxre famlly
STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS
H B Knight
All Brooks People Eat
THE BIG LOAFER
151 Mam St
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THE HOME FURNISHINC COMPANY
Belfasts Greatest Store
Complete Home Furnishings
Crawford and Glenwood Ranges
Phone 216 47 Mann Street
WHY NOT ENJOY MODERN COMFORT IN YOUR HOME
H W Hatch
CLIQUOT GINGER ALE
79 Mann St Belfast Me
Entire Family Welcome
Enjoy all Plctures
Tel 383 Belfast Maine
Heald s Beauty Salon
25 Mann St Upstairs
B lfast Maine
G H Jones
Stephenson Sz Son
Clothmg and Furmshmg
65 Mam St Belfast Me
Church St Belfast Maine
Sc and l0c Store
G W Achorn 8z C0
Dry and Fancy Goods
77 Hugh St Belfast Me
Hgff ses Comp llments
Super Cleaner s of a
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Verne L Rlce
I O O F Bldg
Phone ll Belfast Mame
Hugh Class Confectionery
79 Hugh St Belfast, Me
James Pattee 8a Son
Real Estate and
High Street Belfast Maine
Umty Thorndike Maine
On Hlghway No 1
Clarence Blckford, Jr
Tel 7 9 Jackson e
F G Jones
Llbby s Bros
Harold L Keay
Phone 2 3 Allnon Mame
Rexall Drug Store
J D Reed 8: Son
Beal Busmess College
Umty Mame 9 Central St Bangor Me
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Agent for the Portland Stove Foundry Co who make the
vell known Atlantlc and Clarion lme of stoves and can
fl rmsh parts for all makes of stoves and furnaces
We are agent for Pl-IILGAS and Stewart Warner
L R STEVENS
Elbert G Moulton
FIRST NATIONAL STORE
Waldo Gas 8: 011 Co
E W Gllkey Pres
Distributors of Gulf Gas
Tel 27 11
CAP AND GOWN CO
366 Fifth Avenue
Adams the Name
263 Water St Augusta Me
Mllton B Hllls
Hardware Lumber Paint
Cooper 8a Co , Inc
Phone 262 Belfast, Malne
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Consumer s Fuel C0 The Tuttle Studio
Ol L5 Photos
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39 Water St Belfast Me 47 High St Belfast Me
Arey s Chocolate Shop The System C0
Mrs J P 5YlVe5te' PYUP Womens Fme Apparel
ALWAYS OPEN 98 Mam Sf
Hlgh sr Belfast Me Bangor Memo
Complnments of Compliments of
Heal 81 Brewster Bfaley 81 Smlth
Cemetery Memorials GARAGE
Brldge St Belfast Me Belfast Mame
Compllments of Comphments of
Halnllton S Roqe House
Belfast Mame Brooks Malne
Compliments of Fred F Palmer
Moderne Beauty Shop adware Sporting Goods
Belfast Mame 68 Mam St Belfast Mame
Wade -Sz Hurd Staples Garage
Range and Fuel Oll 1 Shen Products
so Hugh sf Belfast, Me Phone 10 31 Brooks. Me
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12 Monument Square
THE BRUCE MEMORIALS
Mark Every Grave
H G BRUCE
A G BRUCE
L L Wentworth
Pure Jersey Mxlk
Tel 12 3 Brooks Me
H S Pattershall
Harrls Baklng Co
Bakers of Better Bread
W A Archer
Pme Tree Glft Qhop
Front St Waterville, Me
Stover s Jewelry Store
Mann St Belfast Mame
R R Curtis
56 Mam St Belfast, Me
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Insurance that PAYS
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THE TREAT ACENCY
Tel 27 ll Wmterport
D3Vld Braldy Comp!-ments
14 Hammond St
Bango' Maine Somerville Mass
Ale xxe g,Olllg' to try out young Roberts for the basketball
quad' asked the captam
No replled Mr Melgard Anybody who can spell such
xx olds as hx sldohchocephallc and tr1notrotoluol 1s no good
Helen Thls photograph makes me look older than I really
Mr Bradburx Well that xxlll save you expense of havmg
one taken later on
Mrs Rogerts Jerry haxe you had any stage GXDQTICHCG7
Jerry Well I had my leg ln a cast
Mrs Melgald Im ready now I thought you xx ere dressed
M1 Melgard So I was but you ll haxe to xx alt now untll I
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