Murdock High School - Tower Yearbook (Winchendon, MA)

 - Class of 1933

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M il xvkixxxxiwi A io? 6 D50 f ig MKALIQA Bal lllllllll I -L -J A WORD 'ro THE W lsr FROM THE UNWISL Dear IVISC I have recently read an ar tlcle deallng vy 1th the QUECIIUH of good Engllsh I'he wrlter mentlonf d the fact be sanctloned because so manv people use them I vyonder If th1S IS the rlght ldea to take? Do you really thmk lt would be well to adopt the expresslon I hadn t ought to do o Am t lt sy ell' A few vy eeks afro I entered a room full of people all older than I Unfol tunately I have acqulred the habxt of usmg mcorrect Enghsh and slang whlle talkmg to agroup I found mvself most embarrassed when durmg a dxs cusslon I carelesslv sald It hadn t ought to be so and Cosh'ysouldn t It he svy ell lf It vy as dlfferentl As I made these remarks I notlced that sey eral of the people looked at me rather qulz zlcally and yyhen I reallzefl hoyy thxs one sentence sounded I resolyed to change mv I'ngl1sh from that Instant I yv XX se h ye y yy1ll lxye up to y our name and use the experlenccs ol Unvy ISS to say e y ou from many an en b nrassmg sxtnatlon Cor rect use ot tne hngnsh lan5.uag,e yy 1ll alyy ay s be a yaluable asset to anyone S fr 53 ga Tmryxs To all who have so klrdly helped to make thls year s 6dlt1Oll of the Mur murs a success vye Wlbh to extend our smcere thanks yvnh an efficlent and Vkllllllg' staff and an mterested stu dent body It h is been possxble to turn of thls success IQ due to the excellent vyork of the DI'lIlt6!'S who spare no time and vyork Ill 'naklng up a paper vye are proud of The generous sup port of the advert1se1s too yy ho ID splte of the hard tlmes have glv n as usual vye g eatly appreciate Vvlth out them though yye have an excelle nt staff superxor prmters and a vyolklng student body there could be no Nlurmurs fa Q Rrcaals I be' vou re glad you re gradufxt mg Lvery year one he Irs thxs vyager from the unde lassmen But how yyronv they are' I ery Ieyy ofthe semors are glal thev are gflllldflli f Many really regret the day yy hen they yylll become an 1' lmnus Xn l fron E, tonnss the faculty and lo s uri nt I m 'on ff to succ s ful' Have I htterl my self yylth the rnrht yy eapons for f'l2l1Il'l,Q' my yy ay through the someyy hat antagonistic U1 4 re e qut ton u fl man o l ers occupy the se nm TIIIINIS Ut course thu mre golngz to nnss tht o . . ,., D . . . 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W . . :, , , S ..r.,,.. .X ss 5 INN faculty and students Yon e xx lll ref ret that thex took a Comrntrclal Course lnstead of a College U1 lc- xer a but xx hatexer thex do or become the sen lors xx lll alxx ax s look upon Qladudtlbll Day as a day ot both ll xpl lness and regret U B ADXICF TU FITL RI FRFQHNII-N There ale stxel xl lllllgg I should llke to sax to xou about vx hat to expect I thlnk I snould say first of all Shoxx muc h sc hool SDIYII and second Show much class Splrlt You had better make up your Inlllds durlng your summer x acatlon that you are golng to start school ln 'llurdock ln September and that vou are g0lUg to work hard If you make up your mlnds to thls you ll be surprlsed at the ea e and pleasure xx lth vx hlch the xxol k I3 done W hen I entered Murdock I sald I ll never be able to stlck out ltvil full! x ears of thl Irudgerx Noxx that Iam a sen or I hate to thlnk ot leax lnv because I hax e had such .1 go lll tlme I un golng to tell you a secret Ileshmen ex erv teacher ln Nlurdock ls leadx and xxllllng to help exerx pupll xx ho IQ xx llllng to xx ork Do x ou relnem ber the old s x ln lou can t get sometnlng for Yl0Illlllg W ell son e UfIlc:wILIUf1 t agree and thls lb be-cal se I raxe round out for my self as I have ll t sal I that ex erx member of the faculty lb mole than xx llllng to glxe ex It a d all he asks lll return IS coopera tlo lll1TIlS xxolk I.l'121flSlltlYlL1Cl'l IS lt" In the flrst paraglaph Imentloned scnool spll t and class Splflt, D x ou knoxv xx hat I mean? By the first I mean dolng thlngs that are gOlDg to help not hlnder the actlvltles of the school Class Splflt means the same thlng only applled to your class It xsu take my advlce on these thlllgs Freshmen you Wlll be happv at Nlurdock F I CLASS Om. W Jrd V lu I Helnsc As goodbyes we say Un thls partlng day krlelldslllps seem YTIOIQ, deal Patlent teachers cale Parents loval share We xx lll ne er lolget CHOPI S Now xxe .IIC ledylllg' our classmate And the school xxe hold so dear And as xe pass from out IIS gates .I'Ol our school xxe ll cheer Xlurdock noxx as we leax e, Each to Q0 along hls sep'late wav. Whatex er we may xet achlcxe We owe to xou alwax s Mljli 'li All' IHS - M. ll K v' ' 5. A . , b. 'S K, .,.r1 L' . ' ' f ' I.-'., ' S'. J ' '- D s" 'Q ' ' " 4 " ' ' l v v U- f 1 v 1- - ' D 2 ' , , ,- . ' ' v' s , I ' -4 . 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STAPLES, Principal MURDOCK MURMURS I hofoqrapl bu If 1111111 Ilenru Hush K lass of 101 Mlss Ross E MC INTYRE Thls number of the Murmurs IS dedlcated to a beloved teacher Mass Rose Mclntyre who though retlred lS stlll one of our faculty group WhlCh makes up Murdock Hlgh School Although she IS no longer actually pres ent ln the corrldors and classrooms she IS thought of constantly There IS not a day whlch passes that Mlss Mclntyre s name lS not brought to the llps of some group of students In BXDFQQSIOD of her devotxon to her work her cooperatmon with the pupils a md her keen sense or humor We appreclate all that she has done for our school and for us 'lhere IS not a student who does not mlss thls loved teacher s presence about the bunldmg Almost every one ot us has prof lted by some blt of sound adxlcc xx hlch she has given ddVlC6 whlch was all the more respected because of 'he character of the glver And so ln gratttulness to all she has done Ior us and for our school we are dedlcatlng this Issue ot the Murdock 'Vlurmurs to Miss Rose M Intyre former commercial teachcn of Nlmflock Hugh School I uqmm lure Prhfm zn cluef I ' ' ' u f i 1 - 4 I l . .. . . .1 -. . v 9 9 1 , . . 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' J A T n - , . 1 ' ' MUPDOCK MURMLRS To 'Vhss Rose E XICIIIUFQ vs ho devoted twenty SIX years f190o 19321 IH buIld1ng up the CommercIal Department of Murdock School the SIHCQFC ap precIatIon of the School Department IS exteuded Her phIlosophx of llfe as applled to educatlon was exemphfied In her dally teachmg She xx as always loy al and devoted to the best tradltlons of Nlur dock and the teachlng professIon She was keenly Interested In her IndIxIdual puplls fittmg them to capably hold responsIble posItIons In the buslness world All who came In contact mth her from day to day greatly admIred and respected her All smcerely regretted the necesslty of her wlthdravs al from the feachmg professlon Guy W lazl Supenntemlent of Schools Iv APPRECIATION lt was vs Ith real regret that teachers and puplls learned of MISS McIntyre s d9ClSl0n to retlre from the posltlon she so ably filled For over a quarter of a century The Influence of her congenIal personallty and of her wlsdom born of long experlence wIll long be felt not only at Murdock but In the whole commu nIty As her prlnclpal durIng the last five years I have had frequent occaslon to con ult wlth her and her 3dVlCe has been Invaluable Guy B Staples Prmczpal For I teacher A knowledge of mere books does not SUfflC9 He needs a knowledge too of human nature And sx mpathx to make hls teachlng welcome And fire to make It felt and tact and skIll To aIm and temper lt for others needs And modestx to keep hIs own acquIrements In strIct held se rutude to thexr demands, And dIgnItx that comes from honorlng truth To crown IIS bondsman as the student s master Gem-qv L Raymond T s I . ,' ' v .-'Y , r- ' A .. , k - . . . 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C l . y' v 1 . k - , . v , v . - I Y. . 7 ,, Y , V ' r 7 MURDOFK MURMURS MARJORIE SIDELIINGER, C'lassAdri.w1 MURDOCK MURMURS RACHEL ALLEN Ray COM Speclalty Ray must behevem the old say mg that people should be seen and not heard because she certalnly doesn t make much noise EDMUNDL BARKER Eddle SCIENTIFIC Actlvltles Football 3 4 Baseball 4 Cla s Pre 1dent2 S A S 1 2 3 4 Murmurs StafI'4 Juruor Prom Comfnlttee Fren h Club 3 Vlce President Student Councll 3 Speclalty Eatmg anythmg at any time Mary Beaman GENLRAL Actlvltles Vlce Presldent 1 Secretary 2 SAS 1 2 3 4 SAS Dxrectorl Presldent 3 Student councll 3 Asslstant Edltor Murmurs 3 Speclalty Hlstory GABRIELLE BELANIGEF Glhby COM Actlvltles S A S 12 3 4 byml 2 3 4 French Llub3 4 President French Club 4 Basketball Captain VICE President of Class 4 TreasurerS A S 4 Typlng awarded Specialty Basketball RITA BERNARD Rete CILNILRAL Actlvltxes S A S 1 2 4 Typmg award 3 Student Louncxl Member 2 Lxlee Cluo 3 Murdock Nlghtl 2 3 Junior Prom Committee Speclalty Rlta s speclalty wearmg pretty clothes S- 57 . ' 1 . , . . . . 111 ' I, . , 3 N. g 5 . . . . , v 1 I . . . 0 , . 1 . f q 1 . 0 . , , . . .- ,Vlce V- . .1 , . 64 ' 7, I ' . I ' - 0' s un 1. . l o ' i S' . c .1 , .. ,, . . . . . , , . W ' i I l A s 1 ' - . . . , . .. MURDOCK MURMURS LEO BETOURNEY "Lee" P. A. ACtlVltI6S FootbalI13 Memberof M Cu Q A S SpecIaltv Glrls IAITH BI ISS Fauhne COMMERCIAL bpeclalty Studvmg FRANCIS Bon CAULT Dldo COM Actlvltlee 6 use Presldenf 1 PFIZG Spedkmg 2 4 5 A S 1 234 Jumow Prom commlttee S A S D ref mr2 3 Qtudent CouncIlmember3 bpfen tx jL1llI16l bueet FIFA B PIIIO Ixltlee GI e Clu fneh 1 uh? hee Du Uxdtor L s I rhft I Sp Ll Iltx WI It would our French Page l Ill IIAI:IIsIJ RI Shari-e COLL I Ulxftln Ilnr PII5 ss Ur PIIIIALIL bnuvx 4 bpeudlltv Mdkmg wlse remarks . .. ' H ,, . , . I b. L. . . 1, 3. j II -, - yy y ll ', 71 A IX l ,. i T ,-.L . ' Hz . ' ' ' . s., flf' P. A. A-'tf" .'S.A S 2 e b2.4 Fr- ' 2' I. 4 aj '- . Cflafs Prq -. h2l1'lll'lx Night 1, 2. 3 Q ji 'z ' U H ev I' -in IIIIIII ttiiml' C . . I5 ues " ' I " E I'-I A' I '-4: Sex 1 I I CHRIS f.l0I'. , . . . n . . MURDOCK MURVIURS LOUISE BUCKLI-:Y Lou SCIENTIFIC Actlvltles S A S 1 3 4 Student Councll 2 3 Secretary 1 Semor Play Murdock Nlght 1 2 3 Specialty Stay Ing out after elex en thlrtv and vs ondermg where her mother IS HOMIIR BUTI-:AU GILNERAL ACTIVITIES Prmters Staff 3 4 Clee Club A SPECIALTY Horseback rxdmg, DEMARIS CARR Demle Actlvltles S A S 4 French Club3 4 Glee Club 1 Murdock nlght 1 3 Speclalty Wonderlng about the condl for Vlce Versaj ROGER CLARK Sparky CENERAL ACtlNlt16S Football 2 I 4 Baseball 4 Basketball manager 4 Tra k meet 1 2 3 4 Speclalty Drlvmg hzs grandfather s tar CARITONA DEERIRG Duke CBNERAI Actlvltxes Semor Plav Football 3 4 Track meet 1 2 3 S A S Asst Busmess manager of Murmurs 3 BLISIIIGSS Manager ot Munmurs 4 Mmstrel Show4 Speclalty Lmcoln Ax enue 1 as 97 1 ' - I Y I ' . Z Y. Y . H 7 ' V I . . , 1 . l I . I rn " ' " P. A. . , , . tion of the roads from Winchendon to Troy ll Y, Y ' : , i, . . ' I ' C 1 1 r - ' . ' ' ' . 7 1. . U , rv 1 ' - f . I L4 , , , '. . . 1, 2, 3, 4. MURDOCK MURMURS EVELYN DEFOE Deefy GENERAL Actlvltles Glee Club2 S A S 2 Mur dock Nlght 1 2 3 Speclalty Walking around town at noon hour wxth a certaln somebody AMBROSEP DOYLE JR Amby COM Actlvltles S A S 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 Z 3 4 Captaln 4 Football2 3 4 Capta1n4 QOmmltt68S1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Vlce Pres 3 Pres1dent4 Presldent S A S 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Speclalty Rulmg m a rumble seat to '7 7 HENRY E FAGL RSTRCM Bug Acln 1t1es Vice Presldent of Class 2 Foot ball 1 Z 3 4 Member of M Club Mur oockN1ght1 3 Baseball2 3 4 S A S 1 2 3 4 Speclalq R dlng., XVltll Wamo GLADYS FLAGG Clad COM Acmmes Frei ch Club 3 M 1rmursStaff 3 4 Murdock Nlght 3 Clee Club 4 Speclaltx Trung to sklp off to school VNltll0Ul her d 5, Simi-x lu- TLHFR JR Sld SC,II:,N'lll'1C Actlxmes Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Senlor Pax Nluulock IN1 ht1 2 3 Mlnstlelbhoxs 4 'lxack Nleetl Z 3 4 Junior Prom Comnnttce Speclaltx Qmgmg Cl 77 I . . . . . - U ! ' . 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L MURLOCK MURMURS VINA GREENE GEN ACTIVITIES S A S 1 2 3 4 Semor Play SPECIALTY Commutlng from Rmdge EVA GREGORY Greg Actlvltles Class treasurer 1 Murdock Nxght 1 2 3 Commencement Usher 3 Semor Play Murmurs Staff 4 Speclalty Sellmg candy dt recess EDITH E HARRIS Edne Acrlvltnes Cyml 2 3 Murdock Nlghtl Specldlty Ffhth sure has a gc od reputa meml er and for wmnmg, pu es WAINo A JARVPNPAA ACIIVIUQS S A S 4 Numerous Lum nlttees Murlock Ylght Play Specialty Drlvxnga Ford BETTY JOHANNESSON Betty Joe GEN ACKIVIKIPS S A S 1 3 4 Penny Buns and Poses Basketball 1 Murdock Nlght 1 2 6 Semor Play Specldltv We wonder If Betty has ew er counted the holes Ill Centl al S reet W 1 : . . . , , , . ' . if Y! P A 1 1 - -I ' - . " " P A " V 9 9 3. S. A. S. 3, 4. tion in this tmvn for beinfz a model 4 H Club ' I ' ' r "2 .. . I P. A. 'I : ' SI - ' 4 .jf ' . '. .. ' ' H 77 ., ,, . . - . . , 1, . , ., i . u - . , MURDOCK MURM URS RUTH E JONES Jonesy COM ACt1V1t16S S A S 3 4 Typmg Awards 3 Murdock N1ght3 Speclalty Jonesy s specialty IS drlvmg a real car from Rmdge to Wmchendon ALLEN F LAFRENIE Fmny Actlvltles ASSlSt3Ut baseball manager 1 2 3 Baseball manager 4 Murdock mght 1 3 Speclalty Allen eems to have a great llkmg for managlng baseball teams MILDREDB LAWRENCE Toddles GEN Actlvltles Cheerleader 4 Class St3tlStlCS COmmltt69 Senxor Play Murdock Mlnstrels 4 vuth us one year she certalnly w1ll be re membered bv us all LEONARD R MACQUESTON Mac ACtlVltl6S Penny Buns and Roses 1 Mur dock Chefs 1 2 Play for Alumm Banquet 2 Speclaltv We thmk Leonard w1ll be a noted electrlclan ln the near future MYRTLE MAC QUESTON Myrt A ACtlVltl8S S A S 2 3 Murdock Nlght 1 2 Prize Speak1ng12 4 Penny Bunsand Roses Cgml 2 bpeclalty M5 rtle has a great 3blllfV for speaking be-tore large audiences ll If .. ,, . . " ' " P A ' 54 1 9! if ,I Specialty: Although Mildred has only been . " " P.A. " " P. . v 1 3' MURDOCK MURUMRS MARION MARQUIS COM ACtlVltl6S S A S 4 French Club 3 Typlng awards 3 Glee Club 2 Murdock Nlght 3 Speualty Teasmg the teachers and eatmg peanuts at noon ILONA H MATTSON GEN ACtlVlt es Prize Murmurs Covers2 3 PosterAwards1 2 3 4 Murmurs Staff3 4 French Club4 Glee Club4 Orchestral 2 3 4 S A S 4 Murdock Nxghtl 2 Speclalty Bemg our class artlst HELEN MALISKA a POM ACtlVltleS Gym 1 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Murmurs Staff3 4 Class Treasurer3 4 Typ mg Awards .3 Valedlctorxan French Club3 Glee Club3 Murdock Nxghtl 2 3 Poster Speclalty Dancmg ROBERT If MURPHY M1ke ACtlVltl6S S A S 1 Pr1ntersstaff3 4 Asslstant biseball manager 1 2 Murdock Nlghtl Speclalty Robert must llke to walk t Mlddletown Nest ce pas? ROBERT MURRAY Bo Actlvltles Basketball 2 Baseball 4 Track meet 3 4 S A Speclalty We wonder lf Bob s false teeth wlll be a feature of the next World s Palr at Chlcago . .5 : . v '41 IAP l,, I . Awards 1, 2.' S. A. S. 1, 2, 3, 4.' ' ' ' 3. H ' " RA. ' : ' 0 H b" P. A. A ,' . ' . . S. 4l N' URDOCK MURMURS JA E L NEWTON Jame GEN ACTIVITIES Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Penny Buns and Roses S A S 4 Murdock N1g'ht3 Poster awards 3 4 SPECIALTY Smgmg IIELEN PETERSON H011 ACTIVITIES Murdock N1g,ht1 2 Penny Buns and Roses Glee Club 1 SPFCIALTY Rldlllg wlth P LFONARD N PRATT Arclne Aatnms S A S 3 4 Mur'dcckNIght1 Asslstam oltmll nmndgerl 7 3 mlked l It with Ancl I8 LoUIsEE PRIEST Prnesry COM A IlVll.ltS Muldock Nlght 3 Typlrg avIards3 Sp cmltx Walkmg between W3f9FVlllf and Vvmchendon MARSHALL H RAYIVUNID Mltph COM Auwmes French Play2 S A S 4 Baseball 4 Murdock Nlght .3 Spccmltx Mmh FGCGIVQS a great deal of help In hnstorv fzom hls lady frlends N 4' ' 7? ll - J , 1 y n !9 ' - , 5 s. I l . . 1 it 79 P.A. . 'T of 'I H , . " ' " P.A. .1 F r rn 4 A 6 . A y A , ..., . Spfciulny: Chemistry equations seem to z ' . ' , f. if ' 1, 1 . ,J '. tv: . ' 5 I it ' Y, 'a A A - o ' I MURDOCK MURUMRS ANN:-:T'rE R RICE Ann COM Activities S A S 1 2 3 4 Murdock Nlghtl 3 Poster Awardsl 2 3 Gym 1 2 4 Class Secretary 3 4 Basketball 4 Murmurs Staff4 S A S DIrector4 Typ1ngAwards3 Graduation usher Tree Day Ode S nIor Play Specialty Norwich VIRGINIA C RICE In GEN Activities Student councill S A S Director 1 Editor of Murmurs 4 Basketball 4 S A S 1 Z 3 4 Semorplay French Clubd Glee Club 1 Penny Buns and Roses Mur dock MlDStF9lS Specialty Three guesses first two don t count Doms E SCHOERNER Do GEN Glee Club 1 Vlurdock Night 1 3 Typing Awards 3 French Club 3 4 Specialty Staying home with the baby and? EDITH D SMITH Smithy GEN Activities Gym 4 S AS 4 Murdock NIght3 French Club3 4 Basketball4 Glee Club 4 Class Statistics Committee Specialty Bumming rides with P E and Company PHYLLIS I SMITH Phi COM Activities Glee Club 4 Murdock NIght3 Typ ng awards 3 Gym 1 2 Specialty Ask Phil about the night she stayed up studying IC YP ' ' ' : . . . , , , . 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',I ,. fl ' n ' M URIJOCK MURMU Rx FRANCIS QMITH Smlttv Actnntles Baseball3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Football manager 4 S A S 1 2 3 4 Murdock Nlght play 1 3 Specxaltx What vs ould we do vlxthout our second Baron Munchauscn'7 Cmnrmrxr qlll LIVAN Caddy COM lVltl9S S A S 4 Basketlmall4 'Iwpmg avlard 3 lrack Meet Awardsl 3 Ile Club4 Murdock Nlchtl 3 SIl6LldllY bxm JAMESW TOWNSEND Jlmmv LIEN Actnltles Murdock Nlght 3 S A S 2 Var10usC,omm1ttees3 Slecmltv Jlmmv has an ablllty for helping hns clas mates ln math FRANK 'Nl Wr INSTFIN Baron Actlvltles Track meetl 2 3 4 Murdock Nlght 1 2 3 Eastern I-hgh School Orchestras at Rx racuse and Boston Assembly programs 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Speclaltl Vlolln PRAINCPSC WHITNFY lfranme t,l',N Actlvltles S A S 1 2 3 4 Murmurs Staff 2 3 4 French Club3 4 blee Glub3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 Penny Buns and Roses Murdock Nlght 1 3 Class Sf,3tlStlCS Committee Speclally DFIVIDH' anvthmg N Y H' ' " PA . V .,- . . . ' -I , - , . , . c , , . ' . . . . D 1 I 1 7 ' ' I ' .4 ya v v 1. n D . ' ' S i an . i yy 1 , V 4- 71 1 4 K 4 I . . . . ,V , , Act . . . . Gym 1, 2 3, 4. , 'Y ' a 4 Q' ". I I Y Y , S , I 9 1 . ' 7 , l'l y' " ' SS ' 7, N ' fl ' . w w g ' , N ' k,, - . Q. ' 1' 'as ' .' " ' ." " " P L . I 1 QA. K' 1 v v - . , . , , . . N . LJ . 6 V I 4 ! Q I ' 9 7 7 ' , .I N . . w V , 4-1 ' U ww ,, . , . . . . I 6 .. . . . , , , . . . W 1 W 4' . . . , . , . Cl Q, . . . . . . 7 ' 0 . U . . ,, . ,, MUQDOCK MURMURS FOOTBALL Front 1l,07l Dau Mdrtln Aluod Priest q0C07ldffO1l Barker E Poole T Poole Truttner Mr Lrowleyifmcmrhy lfacllRv1L Izndholm Dlamond Fagerstrom Curtm Kldfier ' 'VSV ' V. V y V -Lf '3 . , - l Doyle, lk-ermg, Clark, Stedman Tl1zrdRow: Smith, Croteau, Sawtelle, Shields, MURDOCK MURMURS B-OYb BANKIH B911 Bottom Hou T loole, Smith IL Pa ole Dowle Lawton YY Nfiw n 1l . 4 I TopRo1u: Clark lMgr 3, Abood, Martin, Belanger, Tappin, Mr Crowley ff,'Jl1!'hf ': ' .' ' , ' , , D' , MU DUCK MURMURS BASEBALL Front Row Travagllnl Ocuhlahnl Kldder Doyle Thwd Rou Mr Phllllpsmoachj Poole Smith Fagerstrom LaFrenn1e Ullgrj second Rmgw Priest, Mlzrin, Mcnohala, BaQ'ker. MUQDOCK MURMURS GIRLb BASKLTBALI Front Row Grieve S Laurent Dionne lhom Thzrd Row Hall A rice Sm th bnow Evans Brown . ., . 1- . Second Row: Weinstein, Kidder, John con, Belanger, Brooks, Sullivan, V. Bice ' : , .'l', i,' ,l" l Il URDOVA Nl URMUR: SENIOR CLASS f FFICERb Ambmse Doyle fPres Q I , , . . llvlvn VlaliQkalTreus l, 'A :ne-tLe RicelSec.J, Gabrielle BelangeriV.Pres Q M URDOCK MURM URQ NURVIUPQ ST AFF AND PRINITER5 1932 1935 Front Roufleft to rxghtl Rxce Greenwood Bnrard Deermg Brlcky Brown Rice Second Row Plerre Snow Stewart Kldder Curtm Barker Whltnev Evans Thzrd Row Jones McDonald Fagerstrom Betourney Johnson Poole LaFrenme Fourth Row Qulnn Oakes Murray Morln Travaghm MacQueston Jarvenpaa Niakl Top Row Pr1est,Sm1th Pratt Kmght Buteau Wemstem 1 . 1 1. .. - sn . 1 - -- Y . ' . 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' 1 rl 1 '1 1 1 .1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1' 1 1 1 1 15 - - 1 1 1 1 - NILHIJULK ML RNIUHS SAI UTQIURY AND S XX Hy ilnry Beam an For the class of 1933 I extend a most cordlal welcome to the Superintendent and Members of the School Board to the faculty and undergraduates to our parents and frlends We thank you for your lnterest ln us and IH our ex erclses YVI'llCl1 we slncerely hope you xx 1ll enjoy THE VALUE or GIRL SCOUTING cott the centenary of whose blrth was celebrated last November one reallzes that she was what IS generally called a good all 1ound woman IH the faml lv Wlth her lnltxatlve and her energy ln all probabllxty she would have easl ly become a Flrst Class Girl Scout lf she had had the opportunlty And thmk of the Merlt Badges she would have won because of her ablllty as housekeeper and because of her xnter estmg novels How many of you who see the Gxrl Scouts marchmg ln parade m the at tractlve green umforms or assxstmg Red Cross workers really know the sig mficance and value of the orgamzatlon 'P As an enthuslastxc Scout I am gomg to try tomqht to present to you some phases of lcoutxng wlth which you may not be famxhar You have all noticed no doubt the pm worn on the hurl Scout unlform It lu 1 gold trefoll the three dlV1 lons of vshlth lndlcat the Scouts three fold promlse 0 my honor Iwlll try Todo my dutx to God and my country To help other people at all tlmes To obev the C url Scout Laws Now let us see Just how a good Scout lives up to these three d1v1s1ons of the Gxrl Scout promise To do my duty to Fxrst of all the Glrl Scout must be a good cxtlzen ln her own commumty Noting the requirements for the Jumor Cltlzen Badge we find that Glrl Scouts must be ready when called upon to assxst IH trafiic regulatlons land thls ns ln many large cxtlel a duly requlre ment durmg hours when chlldren are gomg to and from school! to ald m publlc cleanllness to ald m organized searches for lost chlldren and to study local nature with the ldea of conservlng the rare plants natlve to the vncmlty A good mstance of thls last IS the Scouts effort to prevent the ruthless tearmg up of thearbutus ormayflower and the laurel both of whlch are natlve to our v1c1n1ty Another requxrement for the J umor Lltlzen Badge IS mdlcated by the ques txon What can you do to help the groups who are workmg on plans to W 'i". I ' ' :J ll ' s f - 'I ,, T ,,f.V: , , , s . ,, . , ,. . I ,iz . N , my - .A -Q U, nc n 1 , i. . v, V . 4 . i . - . I u 5. . . . ,, 7 ' . ' ' lo L- u In reading the life of Louisa M. Al- God and my country." P l L 7 I ' 'f as I H' ' ' ' ' ' ' I . . .. . l ' , , - I Y ' 9 V , . . . . ' 1 . , , . . ' , y ' Y 1 ' . u D . ' . i I I , , , ,.. . . . G -s ' ll o I 7 9 MURDOCK MURMURS beautify the town or city by planting trees and gardens?" By being a first class citizen in one's own town or city, one is fitted to be a good citizen in any part of the world, for thorough citizenship requires not only c1v1c responsibility, but also a knowledge of the fundamentals of cltlzenshlp which might lead to a bet ter understanding of the economic and soclal problems which affect states and nations And this should be an essential requlrement of eve y patriot rc woman World citizenship is also taught through the Girl Scout International Movement One of the fascinating things in connection with this moxe ment is the World Chalet of the International Girl Guide and Gul Scout Movement which is open to all the Girl Scouts of the World It is built ln a little corn r of the mountains in Switzerland The chalet is designed like the houses which the Swiss people for hundreds of years have found to be the best type for their country long sloping roof and deep ox erhang to shed the snoxv in winter and protect the house from fierce storms Instead of wooden shingles held down by stones the roof IS covered by red tiles The ground floor is of stone plastered and aboxe that the house proper rs of unparnted wood Ox er the front door is carxed a xelloxx trefoil the Girl Scout world badge On the first floor is a laundrx and gemral vx ith a Sxx rss fireplfrce open t :the room on txxo sides occur ie the sctond flo r The sle pri t1llI'fLI'S art in tu third floor and attic The bringing together in this beautiful p i among the Alps of Girl Scout and Girl f uides from all parts of t e x rld rr sr surclx 'rxe Its eff: ct in hell il g to lrmg about excntually a tex dition of cate and good will among nations. The second part of the Scout promise, "To help other people at all times", applies particularly to the word "serv- ice", which should be written in prom- inent letters, as it is a part of every Girl Scout's program This includes cheerful performing of the daily house hold duties a knowledge of how these should best be done preparedness Kas rn the knowledge of child nursmgl and a willingness to ser ve with any vx orth while committee organized for local lmprovement In several towns and cities Scouts are doing their bit to help in these day s of unemployment One troop reports the making and distributing of more than fifty articles of children s clothing enabling unfortunate ones to go to school In Fall River where the Girl Scout troop is closely allied to the school breakfasts for other members of the school who vxere not eating properly at home were cooked by Glrl Scouts who brought these undervx eight hrldren to normal Something of a novelty in relief work is the Adopt a Family plan This has been tried out by several Girl Scout organizations That of Madison Wisconsin took care oftwelve families Ages sizes and particular needs of f3I'I1ll16S were made known under substltuted names and dellx erres were made bv regular contact workers who knew the different families Winchendon Troop One gave a party girl vxas grx en the name of a child for xx hom she xx as responsible during the party The children were entert imed xxi h games and a Christmas tree Used toxs xx ere olstributed after refresh ncnts had been served Girl Scout actixities furnish continual proofof the fict that one of the chief assets of a corrmunrtx les in the young peoylt . v ' . 1 Y A Y . . F . - . . A. 7 V . . Y I . . V A Q . . . . . 7 - . . . . . . . , , ' . . v . Y ' 7 as ' K 0 H l ' ' c r , s 7 . .7 .V . , , . e , , v . L '-" C I . I, I 1 ' - - . . I-9 l 7 . . v I . - M 1 - s, - ' . Y r 74 L .. d . . y . .Y . Y V ' Y ' Y ' . 1 4 7 I 1' ' 1 A A y WSISIIIUYI l'00m- A lilfgf' IIVIUPJ NOIU at Chrlstmas for poor children. Each v ' 1 1' isxir f,y'. - M f A ' ' e':gr: 'e .' f ', ' z' ' l ' -' v'v . ' , - ., . 1 , - . , ' ' ' 'u up . - . . . 1' ' 1 2 L r . , V , p - - 'ww S 1- ' '. r 11 , B 1 in v' Y I.: ,fm AU 4 V I h. ht , 1 . V. . ' .Nl . . ' ' 2 ' fi r" , 5 f ' . , MURDOCK MURMURS and the leaders of young people who have developed a glft of combmlng orlglnallty Vllltll pracf1cal1ty usefulness wxth ga1ety m servlce to the whole townshlp or d1str1ct. We now come to the thxrcl part of the promlse to obey the G1rl Scout lavs s There are ten of these vt hlch are as follows A Glrl Scout s honor ls to be trusted A Glrl Scout IS loval A Glrl Scout s duty IS to be useful and to help others A Glrl Scout IS a frlend to all and a slster to every other Glrl Scout A Curl Scout IS courteous A Gxrl Scout IS a frlend to anlmals A Glrl Scout obeys orders A Glrl Scout IS cheerful A G1rl Scout IS thrifty A Glrl Scout IS clean IH thought word and deed Every loyal Scout hves up to these law s to the best of her ablllty Of course the fun and comradeshlp obtamed through the carnpmg hlkes and varlous outdoor act1v1t1es IS no small part of a Scout sllfe It cult1 vates enthuslasm tolerance and hu mor ln both Scouts and leaders but the most lmportant fundamental of Gxrl Scout1ng1s that the knowledge acqulrei IS to be converted 1nto serwce for the 1ng law 3 and understanflmg how they are made and enforced by haxlng practlcal knowledge of community ser NICE and 1esources by co operatlng Wlth communlty orgamzatxons to mam talr prl 1c1pl s of health sanltatlon safetv cleanliness and natural beauty the Curl Scout 1s21CQulI'1Ug preparat1on for the p11nc1ples of c1t17ensh1p both CIXIC and goxernmental for all tnese projects call for mltlatlxe dome not Just kx ovs mg To quote from The Story of the G1rl LrUld9S bv Ros Ken If bxrl Scouts lne up to the promlse and lavn theycan by thxlftandenergs lncrease the resources of the natvon thev can ensure that the next generatlon of chlldren shall be born and broughtup m healthy condmons thex can help to do away mth susplcxon and emnlty betu een one class and another they can to a great extent brmff about the relgn of peace snd good vull thex can ralse hw h the standard of the Ideal as opposed to the materxal forces of ClXllll2ll'lOIl What greater lrleals to look to can anv smcerelv thmkmvf orgamzatlon have? To be a good Scout 13311 honor to a gnl herself and also to her commumtv 550 CLAS HISTORY Py lfrancxs Bourgault When nn the course of school events It becomes necessary for one class to dxssolve the bonds whlch connect lt to the rest of the school and to assume among the restof the classes the sepa rate and h o n o r ed statlon to whvch customs of the school entltle them the decent respect for the ODIIIIOUS of man k 1 n d requlres that they declare the causes vvh1ch c o m p e l them to self We hold th se truths to be self ev1 dent that all students are created equal that they are endowed by the Creato1 YVlth C01falU lnalxenable rlghts that among them are l1fe fa trace of WhlCh max be found m the JUHIOFS after m c r o s c o plc exammatlonl hbertx fto beat other classes lt they cfml and the pur ul of the honor roll that to secure these rlghts classes are mstltuted among puplls d e r1v1 n g thelr just pow ers from the class adwls or and the facultv and that whenever 'mv class becomes profic1ent 1n these accomphshments lt IS graduated and a new class lS organlzed laymg 1ts foundatlon on such pr1nc1ples as to 1tself shall seem most lxkely to make lt the best class ln school 1 I . , . . ! 9 Y V 5 . . . ,, : V. . Y , Y . ., ,g . , , - , 11 - , vs - 1 n A - ' . ' A . CW ! ' LA Y! ' . , . . ' .. ' kc., kb . s . 1 .u 1 1 -. J 1 -D v v - J ' . V , . Y 'W ! I ' . Y 1 h , s , . , - - D v a ' u 1 ' , I A - . . . I Y ' - present and for the future. By observ- COmm9I1ClHtl0U. ' . m ' 9 'A - '- - . ,' 1 1 . . Y . - I D ' . . 1 .e. 1 , , .' ,. , .N . . . - ' 'H . , u C t. . . . . H -, , A , c , S c . ' v' 1 v ' f . , c , . ' ' V X -A zz., ' 1 1 1 " as V . . K ' ' ' 1 ' 77 e .Y Aa 'w' C b :, N ' ' ' . V '- . v ' ' ' , , A Ha ' V - . MURDOCK MURMURS Prudence, indeed, will dictate that classes the years establrshed should not be affected by lrght and tra n s 1 e n t causes fsuch as loslng the track meet to the JUHIOFSJ And accordrnglx all experlence wrll show that mankmd IS more dlsposed to suffer wlnle evrls are tolerable than to fOSS1llZe las the Sophomore class seems drsposed to dol But when a long tram of vlctorres and successes pursues mvarlably and con srstently the same obgect and further more evmces a desrre and a deslgn to make lt the best class that ever ente ed Hlgh School here or elsewhere then rt IS the duty of the members of that class to come forward and admit that they are only humans though ofa hrgh order The hrstory of the class of 1933 rs a hrstory of r e p e a t e d triumphs and school cbampronshlps all havrng as therr ultrmate obJect1ve the establrsh ment of a marked superrorrty to the rest of the classes To prove thrs let facts be submltted to a candld world We entered thrs school rn September 1929 We held our first class meetmg a few weeks later and e l e c t e d as officers Francls Bourgault Presrdent Mary Beaman Vlce Pres Lourse Buckley At thrs meetrng we also chose Mr-s Rlce to be our class advrser After securmg these valuable leader s xve decrded to have a party A connnxt tee was selected who made complete plans for a Weenre Roa to be held at Benjamln Hlll Tllla party xvas very successful becaus rt xv ts the flrst real come together of the class Due to the success ot thrs party xxe declded to have another 1h1s tnx e a slelgh rlde was proposed but because of the lack of snow thus xx as changed to a bus rrde to Gardner vxhere we at tended a movre Up to the middle of the year our class had not partrcrpated ln any school ac trvltres, but on February 21 1929 The Freshmen class made rts first publrc appearance ln the spacrous Assembly Hall presentl rg a. prom am on t h e blrthday of famous men Oar next public appearance xx as on Murdock Xllght 'lms proved to b one of the most successful of the evenrng, l though we drel no' rccerve the cup In car ly sprmb after much dellbera tron Vn guna Rlc-e Mx rtle MacQueston C a lton Deerrng and Remo Lahtl repre sented our class IH the senn finals of the Morton In Lonxerse prlze speakrng' contest Myrtle MacQueston and Remo Lahtl were chosen to represent the class ln the finals Our last actlvrty of the year was the presentrng of the Knave of Hearts at the alumnr banquet Thrs proved as entertammg as all of oar other actrvx tles Wrth these few acco npl1shments we now began to feel as though we were a partrcular body of people and not an lIldlV1dUal It xva ln the sprrrt of sor roxv that thrs class ad Journed the last p rrt of June Upon returnlng fresh from our txxo months vacatlon vxe hela a prompt to help us throuvh nother Joyful year At this meetmg vxe eh cted Edmund Barker Presrdent H mx lafrerstron VICE Presxd nt Mary Beaman Secre tarx and lhomas Poole Treasurer Mrss bampso 1 xx s chosen class 'rdvrser A fe x x ecl s after school asse nbled we decrd d to h ue an ouung We planned tr ao up tr the Lo Labm on a Weenie Roast At t ns roast rt was planned to hold a meetmg of the same kmd each succeedrn year ln carlx f ill a committee xvas selected to choose a class rrng After Inter x xexx mg several salesmen thecommltt e , r 1 ' N I ' ! ,vi . . . , I , O .. t , v . . i . . 1 . ,, . Q . . . N A . Y a - . . l Y - M Q p . ur , .- 1 ' I ' . I 1 . 1 , v . . , . , . . . . ,, ,, A . . ' . ' . l . . x ' . . . I S . . . - a ' . . , . : . . y . i . , I . 1 9 ' - 'r 9 - Secretarygand Eva Gregory, Treasurer. class meetrng to choose capable leaders ' ' 4 'J , a. ' ' . ' . . - f ' o D - v ql. - . v 1 1 N' . 'o A v ' v ' , M Y 1' r Q ' - r xl 1 - . .. , , . 1 ' s - . St . ' '. 2 yas . f- -L v ' . I . . D Q .fi v 1 v .yy ,vw li , ' 1 , w R u we ' L 1 , ' 1 . ' S , 5 V . - ' .i .. 1' f - g '- ' . - ' ' . . , , . . , ' . 1 ' - . ' , . ,, . 1 i v 4 ln 1 .Q l . I MLRDOCK MURMURS selected two A few days later Mr Staples called a general meetmg forthe purpose of selectmg one of the rmgs After much dlscusslon the class voted for the r1ng wlth two blue enamel bars on the face ln the center OI the oblong vu as a ralsed M below lt an open book andatorch On the M mscrzbed In blue enamel IS Murdock Hlgh Qcholl and on ore shank 19and O1 the other U3 Soon after New Year s candldates for the annual Morton E Converse Prlze bpeakmg Contest were selected Carlton Deerlng Vlrglma RICP Myrtle Mac Queston and FFHUCIS Bourgault represented the class ln the Seml finals Mvrtle Mac Queston and FFHUCIS Bour gault represented the class ln the finals Our class rema1ned rather qulet throughout th1s year untll Murdock Nlght then It presented one of the m thxs school It seemed as though only a few days had passed after Murdock Nlght vlhen we agaln adjourned for a two months vacatlon We steadlly cllmbed the ladder of success and when we entered our J unlor year we were received wlth dlstmctxon A class meetmg was held two weeks after school opened and C uster Dlamond was chosen Presldent Mlss Sldelmger was asked to be our class advxser A month after school opened vs e held our annual get together at Bengamxn H111 xx hlch proved to be as successful as ever Llttle attentlon had been pald to the finances of the class up to thls time but now lt was time to ralse money Throughout the fall and wmter of thls year we ran food sales for the purpose of l'3lSll'lg money The last part of March agaln saw the begmnmg of the Morton E Con verse Prxze Speaking Contest Vxrglnla Rlce and Carlton Deering represented the class ln the finals On Aprll 8 we held our Junlor Prom That the dance was the most success ful ever run at this school was the oplmon of the people who attended In May we planted our lnsplrmg tree vs hlch much to our regret dtd not rlse to our expectatlons At thls tlmd Gabrlelle Belanger Annette Rlce Eta Gregory James'Iow nsencl Sldney Fletcher and Ambrose Doyle had the honor of bemg chosen ushers Our class agaln partlclpated ln Mur dock Nlght and put on a grand and glorlous performance but we dxd not secure the cup T h r o u g h three years we accom pllshed many thmgs but we declded to go at our last year and make lt a record for achxevement We held our class meeting earller Presxdent Gabrielle Belanger Vlce President Helen Mahska Treasurer and Annette Rlce Secretary Due to the much needed council of Mlss Slde linger when we were JUHIOFS we de clded to have her help us through our last year In early October we held a Weeme Roast at Benjamin Hill Thls roast was enjoyed more than any DTSVIOUS gather mg because lt was th last of ltS kmd It was a happy though somewhat sad group of SCHIOFS who extmgulshed the campfire Our next thought was to obtam money The class treasurer suggested that we put on a movle The class hustled and bustled sellmg a very large number of tlckets maklng thls venture a very successful one The class has trled to entertaln the school by presentlng current event talks ey ery Tuesday mornmg In early Aprll plans started for the Senlor Play After readlng several plays the commlttee bemg unable to , - . an u ' y ' - Y ss 17 ' ,, ' l - - , . . I . 1 ' ' . L ., f ', l , . , . - 9 , v - - . - - A A . , , , . Y ! y . . , . M . . most splendid performances ever held than usual and elected Ambrose Doyle, . . . 3 ' , ' - . - . 5 , z Y Y . , . . . . . T . . . . y - Y I noveltles ever shovx n MURDOCK HURMURS declde on any partlcular play asked Mlss Shattuck to plck out one After much thought she selected The Llll9S of the Fleld whlch was xery xvell presented by 1ts cast conslstlng of Carlton Deerlng LOUISE Bucklex Mlldred Laxxrence Annette Rlce Vnrglnla RICE Exa Gregorx Be tx Johannesson Vlna Greene Gabrlelle Belanger Edmund Barker Ch xrles Brlggs and Sldney Fletcher At the current Murdock Nlght pro gram we presented one of the finest xx hose names are helem assembled do IU the name and bv the good authority of the good facul y of the school solemnlx pubhsh and declare that thls class IS and of the rlght ought to be graduated xx 1th honors as the best one that ex erleft the Murdock Hlgh School For the support of this declar tlon vxlth a smcere ffnth m the eternal and nnmutable frlendshlp betxx een each mcmbe of our number and vxlth a Hrm lellance on ourselx es xx e mutually pledge one to an thex our fortunes We havelead allclassesln scholal shlp 3tl1l0t6S We therefore the class of 1933 On a brlght September 1 101111110 Xvltll hxs lunchbox tlght ID hand Mother sent a llttle Freshman OH' to Jom the Hlgh School band Soon thls Freshle made a Sophomore Just as all good Freshles do If thex stlck to first yeal Latln And attend to p and q When tlns freak and frlendlx Sopl omore Jomed the Jollv JUIIIOI' class Txx as bx chance he made the thlrd wear On an unexpected pass VS hen he reached the SGDIOI qua: ters He could ex CI laugh and talk lNot a xx ord the teachers clnded NN hen thex dlci togethel flock Noxx thc Semol sits and puzzles On 'l problem t wt's not nexx Vx hut," he asks, "mall cxeatxcn Can a graduate flnd to do?" If: V A u 1 . , KK l u o I N .- " 1 . ,, . Y Y . . V CJ . . 7 Y. Y 4 Y v N ' r ' ' 1 ' . B Y Q I. . .' . , Y A tl., A .N 3. . , , v ,l . V . 1. . 1 , , , 2 A . K , 2 1 ' A 1' v v - ' ' M, V ' 1 , and our reputations as scholars and 1 1 j ' 1 ' ' sn , 5 ' , . r ' , K 3 .Y L ' D s L . ' ' 1 7 v v I 4 ' 7 7 ' 1 1 , ' 1 .' , s ' l ' 1 L A K . MURDOCK Mumwns CLASS WILL By Loulse Buckley We the class of 1933 upon flnlshmg our four years at Nlurdock School do form thls wlll and testament After the settlement of all our Just debts mcurred bv us wh1le students at Murdock we hereby wlll our rlghts prlvlleges and possess ons as follows To M1ss Sldehnger we do 1ve our smcere thanks for her two strenuous years spent as our class adV1S6l To M1ss Shattuck we do g1V8 a llst of best known plays for hlgh schools that she may not have su h a hard tune to find a sultable one for next year To M1ss Sampson we do glue a prlw ate ofhce so she may hate a special place to whlch to send unrulv students To M1ss Hodgkms we do glve a prlvate detectlxe to watch her classes that she may be sure that no vt ork ls borrow ed To MISS Dykeman we do glve a mlcroscope so that she may be able to find all mlstakes that the noys make ln prlntmg To M1ss Bancroft me do glV6 a complete electucal equlpment to be used ln her classes To M1ss Slmenson we do g1V6 admlssxon to the Honorary Academy of the To M1ss McKee we do gne thls book of answers so she ll always have one when arguments arlse To Mr Phllhps we do g1V8 the honor of havmg the best assembly programs To Mr Wheeler we do gxve our thanks for the tlme and patlence spent on our graduatlon muslc To Mr Crowley we do glve wlndovx s that work automatlcally accordlng to the temperature To Mr Staples we do glve an elevator to use when he IS called down stalrs from the blology laboratory To next year s seniors we do gxve a book entltled How to Act ln Room To next year s Jumors we do gxve a room that they may have a lxttle prlvacy To next year s sophomores we do glV6 the seat of honor 1n Room 1 To next year s freshman class we do glve our ablllty to remember Who s Who and What s What at Murdock To a few of our dearly loved underclassmen we do make these bequests To Amta Brehlo we do g1V6 .lane Newton s slnglng volce To Albert Berard vse do gne the responslblllty of d6SlgHlIlg' the covers for the next ye r s Murmurs To Gerald Barry we do g1ve Robert Murray's place ln the office To Robert Knlght we do gne Francls Bourgault s carrymg volce To our classmates we do make the followlng bequests To you Mary Beaman we do grve thls cake of Palm Ollve Soap that you may always retam that school glrl complexlon To you Gabrielle Belanger we do gxve thlS basketball that you may con Y Y Y 4 Q - . , ' c ' ' . , h ' l ' , ' ff Poster Art, as a reward for her excellent teaching. . . 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MURDOCK MURMURS tmue to manage girls teams To you Rita Bernard we do give this road map showing the shortest routes to Lowell To you Faith Bliss we do give th1s curllng iron that you may never be without the means of keeping your halr curled To you Rita Brehio we do give this magazine featuring what IS up to date in style with instructlons in cutting and making To you Dernaris Carr we do give this translation of our French text as a reminder of the many times that you have been asked to tell what the lesson is about To you Evelyn Defoe we do give a book entitled The Short Road to Romance by St Pierre To you Gladys Flagg we do give a ruler so that your work vs ill alway s be as accurate in the future as it has been in the past To you Vina Greene we do give these dates to distribute as you wish To you lava Gregory we do give this pamphlet on How to Act Bored to be used if ever you take physics again To you Edith Harris we do give an airplane so that you may fly down the street lnstead of run To you Betty Johannesson we do give a free ticket to New York and all the style shows that you may still continue to keep us informed as to what is going to be worn To you Ruth Jones we do give this can of Davis Baking Powder Davis IS the best for home cooking To you Mildred Laurence we do give a dog to be a play mate for Freckles when you are busy evenings and to Ask Unanswerable Questions ' To you Helen Maliska we do give a season s ticket to all the dances 1n the vicinity To you Mar on 'vlarquis we do give this box of Pep We are sure that you must sometime run out of your supply To you Jane Newton we do give the music and words of the Indian Love Song to remind you of the Murdock Assemblies To you Helen Peterson we do give a rolling pm as we hear that you are going to need one soon To you Louise Priest ne do gvne a map of Waterville that you may be able to select a good location fo1 a house To you Annette Rice ne do give this old fashioned doll to remmd you of 5 our part in the senior play To you Virginia Rice we do give this list of Lxcuses and Alibvs for Staying in Winchendon To you Ilona Mattson we do give this painter s outfit to be used as you travel the road to f me To you Phyllis Qmith vue do give the blue ribbon for being the quietest senior girl To vou Doris Schoerner vue do glxe a book of Anderson s Fairy Tales so ' ' 1 , , . 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L, , . . 4. , '- - - ' ' ' . f- 1 N N. - ' ' . v . , X - v , V, - . , . 0 , 1 , .J Y . . . , , - ' - ' . ' e . ' , ' x s . 'lk 3 ." ' ' l' - ' ' . ' ' ' . 4 1 f I I Q I a 1 'v L ' o 1 . 1 . . - , 1' ' ' , ' y s . . Y - ' : ' 5. - L ' ' A 7 1 I '! ' I 9 ' MFRDOCK Tu les croiras tres polis. Mathilde: Je ne penserais qu'a ma petite bonne seule. Non je ne veux pas vous accompagner QLes Jeunes fllles sortent J Math1lde Alors au revolrl Les autres Au revolrl Au rex OIT' lMath1lde soup1re en repren ant sa brodeme Lntre P1erre Jeune homme n ayant plus de vlngt ans Il aglte une grande enveloppe J P1erre Vo1c1 ma soeur XVOICI quel quechose pour to que quechose qu1 te fera pla1s1r Mathllde prenantl em eloppe Quo1'? QElle l ou Ire et l1t a haute vo1x J Le M1n1stre de l Instructlon Publi que 1nv1te M et Mlle Lo1sel au palals du M1n1sterelund1 so1r le d1x neuf Jan v1er fhll Jette la lettre l Pourquol m apportes tu calf' P1erre Jepensa1s que tu en sera1s contente Tu ne sols Jameus Ce sera une belle occas1o'1 pon to1 J dl eu de la pelne a l avo1r 'lout le monde xeut y aller Matbllde Qu est ce que tu penses que Je portera1s'7 Plerre Txens Je n 1 awals pas pense Tu as tougours 1 'nr S1 propre et Johe Mathllde Mathllde Je n '11 11en a pox ter a un bal r1en r1en du tout' Je ne xeulc p 1s 5 aller Plerre P1er1e Lomlnen u n e 1obe neuxe couteralt elle' h1lde P1 n s ut ouatre cents francs Plerre lptnslfl Q1 'le Cents lldllCSl le me dem nule Ma lnlda t te que t11 as eco 1 se autant qu l 1la1s non c st 1mposs1ble t n salane est petlt P1erre Tlens ma s 16 l al econo H1159 dt tt1ntnt tela I IX H ga me la pong 1 o 11 us MURMURS l'auras, Mathilde, tu l'auras demain pour t'acheter une robe. Mais . . mon Dieu, tu n'as pas du tout l'air con- tente, Mathilde' Mathllde Il est tout a falt b1en d avolr unebelle robe mals on dolt port er des bnoux a un tel bal Et quels b1Joux a1 Je? R1en pas meme un brace Plerre Porte des fleurs Mathllde C est ca' Porte des fleurs au l1eu de bljoux Mathllde Et me s111sgular1ser de toutes les autres femmes la? Non' J a1me1a1s nneux resttr chez H101 pour toujours C0n sonne La bonne entre J La honne Mademolselle Forester pour vous volr s 11 vous plalt Mathllde len hate J Je ne peux pas la vo1r Dltes lu1 lfnntre Jeanne Forester Jeune et rlch ement hablllee J Jeanne' Jeanne Je n dl pas voulu attendle Les leunes fllles ont d1t que tu 6tdlS the? tO1 Elle ne 1ou1a1t pas XQIIII' me vo1r Pxtrle Pxerre Je ne peux la falre aller nulle peut Je la caJole nalntenmt d allel a un bal Elle me refuse absol ument Jeanne le rne Qu est ce q 11 3 a a cl1e11e'7 Tu a1ma1s les bals quand nous euons a letole Je crams que tu Il allles pas b1e1 ll .1 nhl O' Je xa1s tres xen meru Plerre Ce '1 est que C601 Jeanne e e 'Nl ttlnl le Nou non tu ne dOlS pas llll clue Jeanne Lontmue P1er1e JIIISISH, Plerre nl ltlnlde nt 1 eut pas porter de fleurs an bal Je dls que les fleurs ser11r11t11t lnen Alors qu est LC que tu en ptn es" X atlslllle Cela annonterau notre o 1 ' 1 ' I , Y. .. - - . , - . , . . , let. , , . . . , . . , . , . , . , . , . , , . . - I . . . u .N , , . . 1 K 1. . . . . . 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' ' ' MURDOCK VIUI MURb paux rete Toutes les autres porteront des bxjoux Jeanne Et to1 auss1 tu porterfzs des blgoux Nlathllde Xo1c1 fElle p1end un colller de dmmants du cou et le dcnne a N 3fl1lC'C l V l'1lde Jeanne tu mele p1eteras" Jeanne Nla1s OUI b1en 'UI Mathllde Oh que. tu es bon e Q1 tu es bonre Tu m as fa1t tres con tente Jeanne fElle s elance vers le m1ro1r t met le colller J Il est beau beau Malntenantjeveux b1en aller au bal P181 re DEUXIEVIE ACTE SCENE 1 LA SCI-SINE Le salon des LO1Q6l axant et P1erre entrent portant leurs man teaux P1 r1e allume J P1erre "'u devrfus garder ton man teau Jusqu a ce qu 1l fasse plus chaud Mathllde Ou1 1l falt un peu frold Oh que c eta1t beau' Je ne l oublleral Jamals Jamalsl P1erre Je suls content que tu t es amusee Mathllde Mathllde Je te dlS qu 1l valt la peme d etre b1en mlse et de porter des blJOL1Y Tout le monde a voulu m etre presente P1erre fs HSSOUDISSHTILJ J etals fier de t0l Math1lde Nlathllde Je te dlS P1e1 re Je su1s nee pour etre rlche Je me sens egale a n lmporte quelle grande dame P1erre Et tu l es Math1lde tu 1 es Mathllde Ma1s me x OlCl entouree de marm1tes et de casseroles B101 qu1 adore les belles to1le tes qu1 adore le succes P1erre Mathllde tu penses trop a to1 meme Pourquol ne penses tu pas a c e u X qu1 n ont que des ha1llons qu1 louffrent et ont fa1m'7 Matlnlde Je n al pas d argent a leur donner P1erre Tout le monde a de la p1t1e a donner et ca xaut IDIQUY que l argent Tu pourrals l1re a la pauxre dame en haut qu1 est maladc tu pourra1s Jouer ax ec es retlts entan ll1.ldlS non tu ne pev1sesJama1s aux autles NJHIS Je suls content que tl te QOIS amus e 'lu bal fetlte soeur bon our' Il faut que J a1lle trfu llcr a s pt hcures ill comme ce 1sort1r Mathllde ote son manteau dex ant le m1ro1r Elle cr1e vn ement Plelfe se tourne J Qu est ce qu 11 y a? Es tu malade? Math1lde Le col11cr Jel alperdul P1erre Tu l as perdu? Wlathllde se fou1lle furleusement la robe le manteau les poches J Cherche dans le vest1bule P1erre fP1erre sort en hate Mathllde secoue son manteau pu1s regarde le plancher P1erre rentre J P1erre Iln est pas dans le vestx bu e Math1lde As tu regarde dans les cal1er" P1erre Ou1 Ja1cherche solgneuse ment Matlulde Il n est pas dans mes vete ments P1erre L ava1s tu quand nous avons qultte le bal? Math1lde Ou1 Je l 31 touche en sort an P1erre Il dOlt etre dans le flacre Mathllde As tu prls le numer P1erre Non l as tu remarque" Mathllde Je ne lax meme pas re garde P1erre P1erre que ferons nous? P1erre J offr1ra1 une recompense Math1lde Va au pala1s a la cam pagme des fiacres au mont de p1ete partout P1erre fP1erre prend son pardessus et sort Vlte Math1lde cherche follement en regardant sous les chalses sous le ca nape dans les coms sous les tapls . 1 ' , I .- . ' f- ' r ' 7 . , c - - .. , . , . . . . . y . 1: 1 1 '1 - Q - , ' ' gg lxatf I , ' Q 1"7" ' ' 'HL - rl ' ' -V . ' l - - I Q L . L I L1 . . ' , ' . , H :Q , J . 1' S . "' . 1 v .- . "V L - e 1' . I - - ' an 2 ' . ' , . u n 9 N, V . . Q , I l , Q . V . . ' " . I ,.J . , . - , . 1 . ,' A . . . L 1 . ' r y ' I " Y . v 1 ' l'aube, le lendemaln du bal. Math1lde Mathlldeg 11 est pam, , 11 egtpay-tl! v ' . , . . ' : 1 .' - , ' , ' 1 ., 9' - ici. ' : ' L '- . : ., . . c I - , . , . . , i , - . - 9 . D . ., . . . , y - 9 ' n . . . ,. I , . , 1 , u Q ' .. , . u , . . I . , - . y - . ' ' . . , . 1 ' . , ' , .. t. ll Z 1 . 1 . : . f. ' . ' : - ' o? 1' ' , 1 1 . , ' . . . , M' . , . I , . ' 1 e ' Y . . 1 1 . ' - . v . . . . U 1 . , ' ' s ' ' v 3 , ' , . . , . . , , 7 u a . , - . i , . , . . ' 7 7 7 MU RDOCK MURMURS ACTE DEUX SCENE II LA SCENE: le salon des Loisel plu- sieurs heures plus tard. Mathilde, portant main- tenant une robe de matin, est assise en regardant le feu Entre la bonne avec un plateau avec une the lere une tasse etc La Bonne Ne voudrlea vous pas de the mademoisellel Mathllde Non mercl rien La Bonne Mais vous n avez pas de Jeune Mathllde Je ne peux pas manger COn sonne Mathllde se leve precipitam ment J Volla cela dolt etre Pierre tLa bonne sort Entre Pierre pale et egare J L as tu trouve? Pierre Non ni aucun trace Mathilde Et tu es alle partout? Plerre Partout Au palals a pled a la compagnle des flacres aux monts de plete a la prefecture aux Journaux pour offrlr une recompense J ai remue le ciel et la terre Mathllde Peut etieque quelqu un le xendra pour la recompense Pierre C est notre seule esperance En attendant ll faut que tu fasses quelque excuse a ton anne Mathllde Je lui ecrlral queg al ca-se l agrafe et que Je la fals raccon moder Pierre Cela nou donne le temps soxt pas trouve Mathllde P ue Il faut lc iexupl xcer Mathlldc l 1 it np' wer? Qela sex it It colliti xalut quarante Que pouwons 1 ous faire? impossible mllle fldUCS Ilerre N placer hllde cepte ct q ie v J re peie nous a lalsse io e faut lt r Non n ax Jn Pierre: Cela nous donnera mille francs pour commencer. Le reste, je Vemprunterai. Trente-neuf mille francs. Mathilde: Il faudra toute la vie pour payer. Pierre' Oui, toute la vie mais il faut la faire Mathilde C etalt ma faute Je ne veux pas que tu sacrifies ta vie Plerre Pie: re Il faut le falre Mathllde Nous acheterons un collier exactement comme celu1 de Jeanne Mathilde Alors elle ne saura Jamais rlen Pierre Cela ne sera pas UCCGSQHIFC Mfithllde Je renverral la bonne nous abandonnerons cette malson nous demeulerons dans un galetas Jusqu a ce que cette obligation soit payee Pierre Nous aurons peu d argent mon salalre lra aux usurlers Mathllda C, est affreuxl Ca Slgnlfle des annees d angolsse et de lnlsere Pierre Mais tiens apres tout on trouv era peut etre le colller Matlnlda Esperons le Pierre' Au dermer moment esperons le' AC'l E TROIS LA SCENE Paris un galetas dlx ans plus tard La piece est presoue de meublee On fr ppe La porte s ouvre e unc NOlSlll9 entre C, est une blanclnsseu e Elle 1 gande autour cl elle puis crle Wlathilde entre ax c une corbellle 1 blanclnssage L 1Xltllll L1 c poitt des x e ments ne pros dlap J Vlxtlmde COldlall.lTlLl'1t Ah ml xoxsme Je suis conteme de xous xon Je TCIIUHIS ma les nc de la ligne he muh 1 xous pas wus asseon ' X o s 1 c lc suis xenu xous dire que 1 trouxe une iutxe lesslwe ' ! - I i , . -. , , , . . . . . 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' X l'.l1L, ' "ci jexoiszz' f ' ze' MURDOCK MURMURS Mathllde Oh que vous etes almablel VOISIUC Cette less1ve est regullere toutes les Semalhes Mathllde Chaque sou compte m VOISIHC Vo1s111e Vous t1'ava1llez trop mon am1e Mathllde Nous avons des dettes Vo1s1ne M313 wous trava1llez a1ns1 depuls des a n n e e s Et votre frere auss1 trawa1lle travallle tout le temps Mathllde La dette etalt tres grande Comment va cette petlte fille malade en ham" Je pensals l ente11dre pleurer toute a l heure VOISIDB La fievre est retournee h1er so1r elle pleure pour une poupee ses parents ne peuvent pas en acheter Mathllde Je voudrals ma1s n lmpOFt8 Je ne peux pas Quelle dls pos1t1on avez vous falt de cette less1ve ma VOISIIIG7 L enverra t on ICI? VOISIHC Ou1 auJourd hu1 Math1'de Quel est le nom? Vo1s1ne Forester dans la grande malson dans Mathllde Forester' Avez vous d1t Forester? VOISIHG Ou1 Qu est ce qu 1l y a'7 Vous etes Sl pale' Mathllde Lu1 avez vous d1t m o n nom? D1tes' VOISIUG M819 assurement' POUTQUOI pas? Lolsel J a1 d1t Lo1sel Mathllde Avez vous d1t Math1lde" VOISIHG Non seulement L o 1 s el A1 Je du d1re votre petlt nom? Matlnlde Non non Ca rartl Lo1sel est asscz ord1na1re elle ne d9Vl nera pas Vo1s1ne Qu est ce que vous dlt6S' Mathllde Rlen r1en Je su1s Sl contente d avo1r une autre le s s 1 v e c e s t tout Vous etes Sl bonne pour mo1 ma vo1s1ne VOISIIIG Pas bl bonne que Je xoud ra1s etre Regardez comme vous avez falt mes lessn es quand J eta1s malade I hlver dern1er C011 entend un s1fflementga1 J Math1lde Qu1 peut 11 etre? VOIQIHC Ca dOlt etre votre frere P1erre Math1lde Non 1l ne s1ffle Jamals malntenant V0lalU6 Alors c est le comm1ss1on nalre pour le loyer Il faut que Je me prepare a 16 recevoxr fElle so1t Le snllement s approche Entre P1erre en slfflant J Math1lde Ma1s P1erre Je ne t 31 pas ntendu slfller depuls des annees P1erre C est paye Au dern1er sou Mathllde Paye tu d1s" KElle se la1sse tomber sur une chalse J P1erre J dl paye le dern1er crean c1er auJourd hu1 Mathllde Paye apres toutes ces an nees' Trente neuf mllle francs' P1erre Ou1etl mteret Il a fallu que J empruntasse tres cher tu t en sou v1ens Mathllde Que tu as trava1lle pour pay er cela' P1erre Ah ma1s J eta1s heureux de pou o1r emprunter assez d argent pour acheter un collxer comme celul de Jeanne Mathllde Il y a d1x ans ce mo1s de pu1s que Je le lu1 a1 rendu P1erre Je me demande Sl Jeanne a Jamals su que le colller que tu as rendu n etalt pas le slen Math1lde Elle n a pas ouvertla bolte pendant que J y 8t81S Je nel 31 Jama1s revue Nous n avons pas la1sse de traces quand nous avons demenage a ce galetas P1erre Et mamtenant c'est finl Les emprunts les creanclers lmportuns les nults sans dorm1r les usurlers cruels C est flnl ma soeur c est fim Math1lde Ou1 ma1s ca t a. lalsse VICUX et use D1x ans de ta V19 ont eta gasp1lles P1erre dlx ans de ta we pour mon plalSll d une solree . I . , . . . , . . I .. . I , a - I , . , . . , . . ' . . '..' . 1 - - - . . . . Y . . . I. 1 , . 1 . . v . . ' Q. , , , - . . . I . . . . l .-J . . , . ' Y . , 2 . . . - . , . . , . . . .. . . , . . D ,'. . ,. . . . i v - ' - 'a ' ' ' , u - n . . , . . . 0 . ,. . A -- I 1 0 . . I . . , . -, , . y v , ' 1 I . . I , . . .-.14 Y . . , . . . . ., . . . ' . , 1 , ' 7 1 . 'Y . . 0 . , ,. . . l I - 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . 1 l I 0 . . l . . . , ' . . , . . . . . . ., . , . . . - l D . . . , . . , . r . ' . . L n - I J I - 1 y 1 1 9 , . . . . . v v , . , . , . . . , , . . . . . 0 . . , . 9 - - 1 . . . N. . Y - . . . . . - v s . .Y ., . . .I , . .. . MURDULK ML RMURS Plerre Et que de tO1, Nlathlldeo Dlx ans dans un galetas sans tes anlls, sans une Jolle robe Mathllde Oh Je ne m lnqulete pas de ces choses la malntenant J al tant a m occuper Ecoute Plerze La petlte en haut pleure pour u le poupee Notre prochaln sou ne pourralt ll pas aller pour ca? Plerle Certalnenlent ht XOILI le sou c est le seul qul leste tOn frappe J Mathllde Entrez ma WOISIDQ C est Plerre qul Slflldlt Entrez Cflntre Jeanne Forester J Demeure t elle ICI? Mathllde falblement Non non Jeanne On ln a dlt qu une famllle nomrnee Lolsel hablte cette lnalson Je vous demande pardon Je lne suls trompe de porte Ne pouxea xous pas me dlllgerl Mathllde Jeanne' Jeanne Je suls Mathllde LO1S9l Jeanne Vous' Mathllde Oul, et volla P191 re Jeanne NIEHS quexous etes changes' Est ce vralnlent vous MathllJe" E t ce vlalment xous PIGFIQQ Plerre Nous axons p sse dlx ans de mlsere depuls que nous vous ax ons vue Jeanne Jeanne POUFQUOI ne l 'lx 97 xous pas d1t" Te n'a1 Jdma1S pu trouxe de vos traces pas ax ant aulou rd hul, quand la blanchlsseuse m a dlt que X ous mals cela ne we peut pas 'llathllde Oul c est X131 Regarfie H101 les nlalns Et Plerre a traxallle tous les lours et a transtrlt tous les solrs XIAIS entln c est finl nous ax ons pax e et nlalntenant Je peui te reffard er de face et dlre tout Te soaxlens tu du colller cle cllalnants que tu D1 IS plete poul pol tal an bal Jc lvllle Oul Je IN cn QOVIXILHS llI'1tINldQ 1,1611 Je l al peldu Jeann QLIOI Que x eulc tu d1I'67 Tu me l as lenlls pllell Je lnnc Tu nl as ache-te un COlllfl de dlamantsq Plcrle QUO1 d autre axons nous pu falre" Jeanne Corlblen l as tu payeo Il faut que tu HIL dlse cela Plerre I ILIIC Quarante mllle francs Je ne crol als pas que le xotre etalt plus Cher 1118.18 s ll l Efdlt nous te pax 91 ons Jeanne Oh ma paux re Matllllde Mo l pauvle Plelre Mon COlll91 ne sal 'ut pas plus de Clllll flancs Il etalt de stras Les Autres De stlas Jeanne De stlas M lthllcle, etrelgnant Plerl e DIX ans' Oh, mon paul re Plel re ' l . . N M , . V N ,W . 1 ' - 1 . i . ,. . p . ' . , H . . , - A . , . . , ' , . 1 , . U . 1 . p . . . - - , , . N A. , . w N . .-. J, 4. A ,P - , I K x . x Y V' n' ' ' . . I, . . ,E . fl . 12. 1 U . . l I Y . . , I ,. A ,. . ,, . ' ' ' ' .', A I . Z.: "f , A-. ' . f 7 - ' Jeanne: Je cherclle Mathilde Loisel. Matllll-le: Nous L,3VOl1S acllete un , , . L . , X. - 7. ' 7 ' ' 4 N, . ' ' ' 1 l x: . '- ' - ' . . A I., . , ' . , I ' 2',.. . . , ' 9 4 I' ,l Y K' 1 v 1 . - ' s K u ! . ' . . . u Q V V L . , :A ', ' . l - ' ' . ' ' ' - - ' , 'f . 's - ' , ' . . ' . - , A . v ., . . . . I ' El . . l . 1 I ' - ' ' , : . . 2 '. ' ' ' ': ' . . ' 7 v s v I . V n to J- n MURDOCK CLASS PROPHI-:CY By Rlt Brehlo Slnce I am a stranger 1n your town let me lntroduce myself My ancestors were gypsles and ln ed ln Hungary For generations thev have been glfted wlth the pow er of readlng the future by lookxng at the palm of the hand I too have been hkew ISE glfted and have read the palms of thousands of men and women young and old all over the world And It xs wlth much prlde that I can say that never has a proph ecy f uled to come true wlthm a perlod of twelve years Because of thls lnfall 1b1l1ty of my readmgs I am 1n great demand by graduating classes for all young people hke to look ahead A few weeks ago I recelved the 1nv1tat1on to the commg years for your graduates It IS wlth much pleasure thatl am here th1s afternoon I have been furnlshed the names of the members of the class and w1ll each member as I call hlS name come to me and hold out hls left hand Mary Beaman I see you on a p at form In front of you IS a spellpound aud1ence of women young women and old women plaln women and charm mg wome You are Iecturlng to them What IS It about? Yes I have It now' How tv Attaln and Keep a Beautlful Complexlon Wlthout Cosmetlcs You are regar led as a great benefactor Gabrlelle Belanger You are stlll keen on athletlcs I see a large well hghted gymnaslum over the door of whlch xs the lnscrlptlon Donated by the Class of 1933 to Murdock School You are the mstructor uf the glrls gymnastic classes Rlta Bernard How strange' Noth lng but faces everywhere' Faces and magazmes' Oh now I see' You are an art1st's model and your face has MURMURS won you a fortune and a nation wlde reputatlon Falth Bllss Your palm IS very mter estlng I can see rows and rows of figures and sheets and sheets of paper Each bears the headxng Town of Wlnchendon Falth Bllss Accountant Loulse Buckley Sclence seems to be your strong pomt I should say phvslcs m partlcular A large college classroom IS shaping ltself Your ale t puplls are commenvlng to each other about a course you plan to put lnto effect called Physxcs Made Entertamlng There IS a wlde spread admlratlon for your method of handling thls subject Demarls Carr I see an ocean of wa ter which seems to place you apart and now the Elffel Tow er and the Sor bonne Yes you are ln Parls teachmg men reglster IH your classes You are very popular as an lnstructor Evelyn Defoe Ten years from now wlll find you IH Hollywood as the orlgmator of a famous dlet guaranteed to keep the figure wlllowy for all tlme and through all forms of eatlng You have become very wealthy as the re sult of the great success of your eleven days dlet Gladys Flagg Your travel lme IS very short. Baldwmsvllle IS your destl natlon and a parsonage IS m the fore ground Your good work and helpful ness as a clergyman s wzfe have w on for you a host of frlends Vma Greene You havecontmued m school work untll I see you as the Su permtendent of Schools of State Llne New Hampshlre You are the orlglna tor of an entlrely new 1dea1n school teachlng Your classes are held out of doo s and threetlmes a week the puplls are the teachers and the teachers are the puplls Eva Gregory What a lady you are gomg to be' You have become the fore- . a - l .D U U , . . . , L I . . . - ss V 1 V 0 , , , . . . ,, U Y Q ' . . , Q 1 . ' , V , s 1' 9 . '1 . I' .1 Y I Y ' . ' 44 . . . ,, l n o V I l ' - , .. . . . . . , ' ' - come here to Winchendon to prophesy EIIEIISII- MGUY F F9Y1Ch men and W0- Y Y I - Q , Y . Y v - 7 H . ' , ' . - , . . . . ,, 9 - , . , ' ' 4 I , . , , . . . . at ' ' ' , 1 ' - H . . . , A . , . , Y . . n A 1 I Q ' IURDOCK MURMURS most deslgner of women s clothes ln th1S country The House of Gregory has become as well known abroad as ln Amerlca and ltS cllentele lncludes some of the most famous women ln the world Edlth Harrls Un1que'I see you as manager of the largest poultry farln ID New England You are enloylng' the work heartlly and are plannlng to exhlblt the rare blrds among your flock at the World s Falr to be held ln Wlnchendon ln 1953 Betty Johannesson The largest clty ln the world IS to be your home ten years from now I see you as a favorlte mannequln ln a select Flfth Avenue shop Ruth Jones New York wlll also be your resldence Your cleverness at the wheel has led you to take up drlvlng as your llfe work so you appear to me ln a black and red automoblle carrylng your Murdock frlends Mlldred Laurence Although I should say you were anythlng but sedate now you wlll become so as the llttle mlstress of a vlcarage near by The Vlcar IS a former classmate and you are stlll saylng What Carlton means Helen Mallska I can see nothlng wlll you please help me by concentrat lngon what you would llke to be There that s better' I can see many people dancing It IS a marathon' Couple af ter couple drop out untll only you are left You are presented wlth a thou sand dollar prlze and are carrled off by an admlrlng crowd Marlon Marquls Oh' Your class IS certalnly fortunate ln havlng you for a member Many of your classmates are saylng I went to schoolwlth her' ' You have become an lmpersonator and appear on the best vaudevllle stages You have acqulred env lable reputatlon by your lnterpretatlon of a former Murdock teacher Ilona Mattson I am ln a large studlo The artlst IS standlng before a canvas buslly puttmg the finlshlng touches on a magnlficent frleze whlch IS lntend ed for the exlhlbltlon of modern art to be presented at the comlng World s Falr ln thls town Helen Peterson An attractlve fu ture' A llttle Vlne covered home beautlful flower gardens and the mlstress a klndly matron who IS a leader ln the local Women s Club and also the enthuslastlc presldent of the Parent s Teacher s Assoclatlon Roger Clark Ah' I'he sacred codflsh stlll hanglng ln IIS wonted place under the great 5 ellow dome of the Mass achusetts State House' And on the dals below slts Governor Clark famous for havlng lntroduced the blll that out lawed depresslon Loulse Prlest Your trax el llne IS one of the Phllllplne Islands where your husband IS a member of a research expedltlon Jane Newton You have made the most of your talent as a slnger After studylng for many years abroad you made your debut ln Rome and IH New Y o r k You now are advertlzed as Jeanne Newtonne Annette Rlce You have revolutlon wed the advertlzlng world by y 0 u r blllllant blllboards You are not only known ln Amerlca but you make annu al rounds the world over ln the lnter ost of your art Vlrglnla Rlce The stage has called you and now you have beconle a mem ber of the New York Repertory Theater where you have usurped the fame of Lynne Fontalne You are conslderlng a very flatterlng offer to make a plc ture wlth a Hollywood company and I should advlse you to accept It hdlth Smlth I see that you have . , 1 - 46 77 , , , . . . . u a u . 7 ' a s . . - , 7 ' ' w . , , 9 l . . i , , . . , - , I . . 7 - ' 1 I ' , 9. 'HX' Sign- I Cal' See 399019-1 rates f0l' long. You are to live for some years on I 7 7 I . , ' 4 A l! 7 . , 9 ' I I . ' 7 ' . . - J I ' Y - Y - 0 64 ' 9 - . . I ' I MURDOCK become a renowned sports woman Y ur raclng sloop the Quack Quack hasJust taken the cup from the English sloop Gull Rachel Allen I see the manager of the World s Largest Cham Shore This speclallzes ln dresses for women and children good qualltles excluslve makes and prices from twenty five cents to one dollar Catherine Sulllvan As the head of the Natlonal Red Cross you are always the first on any field of disaster and under your leadershlp organlzed res toratlon IS soon under way Phlllls Smith A member of Congress from this district And ever smce your arrlval m Washmgton there has been a revlval of the old questlon of precedence at social gatherlngs In fact you are making quite as much stir as did Dolly Gann ln the nmeteen Edmund Barker Ten years have passed and you are a promment mem ber of the Food Tasters Assoclatlon Llmlted Just now I see you strlklng for larger samples Leo Betourney You seem to be a very prosperous mlll owner There are mllls under your name IH all parts of Canada all of them manufacturlng un breakable laboratory apparatus Charles Briggs You look rather skeptical but I assure you I can see your future very clearly You have be come a promlnent lawy er made qulte famous through wmnmg a case whlch mvolved two of your school mates There IS talk of your becomlng the next Attorney General Francls Bourgault A famous vaude vllle troop has you for nts manager Your company IS most popular at all summer resorts You can be heard wlse crack1ng" over the radlo on every Frlday at 8 30 P M as you ad vertlse the Thomas Jefferson Coffee MURMURS Homer Buteau What honor' A pro fessor of Greek lxterature ln a Western umvers1ty'As an authorlty on Homer you are known all over the World and you have published several books on the subJect Carlton Deerlrg Your success ln portraying the Vwar ln Lllles of the Fleld has led to your Jomlng the Yl'1ll'llStlV You now are a vlcar mdeed wlth a large congregatlon and wlth much miiuence over the entire parlsh Ambrose Doyle Wnat IS thu Rah' Rah' Amby' Amby' Ah' I see' It IS no longer Babe Ruth but Amby Doyle who commands the attentlon of all base ball fans You are fast becomlng a mllllonalre from your profits Henry Fagerstrom I see an alr plane You have become a pllot and are dally receiving thousands of letters stunts plctured ln the movles Sldney Fletcher You have chosen to KIVC your txme to arranging and con ducting prlvate tours to Washmgton D C I see too that it has recently be come the custom for the graduatmg classes of thls school to spend a week ln Washmgton under your supervlslon You are plannmg to extend your serv lces to mclude European trlpl Allen Lafrenme There must be some thing wrong' Icannot see you Well Oh I have lt now But what a change' Slx feet tall and broad shouldered you have Jolned a traveling show and are sellmg your great discovery Tun Rolly whlch you guarantee will add twelve mches to anyone s helght There are pxctures of yourself taken Before and After to be clrculated as a proof of the vlrtue of the medlcme Wamo Jarvenpaa Your splendld work on your large farm has led to your appointment by the President as Chaxrman of the Farm Rehef Board 0 . ,. - ,Q . . ' . . . . . ,, ,, ll YY l ' ! , . . . . . . .I . . . .... . ,, .. Y 1 I ' . . ,, . . . -1 ' 1 s mu i , , . ' ' Cl Q, , ' u c 1 u c n . . . ,, ,, . . - . lt , if , I . . . . K4 ' ' 77 . ' thirties. from admirers who have seen your ,, ,, . . . . , v . - . 1 ' ' . . ,, . . . . . - 7 I Q 0 1 1 - ! l - ' ' 1 - - - u - I , - . . ,, . . l - . , . ' A- y ' ll Y! ll 77 ' ' 1 5. . . . . - , A , : . ., - , MURDCOK MURMURS Under your d1rect1on much has been accompllshed to benefit the farmer Marshall Raymond You have reached the spotllght in becommg the Socialist candidate for President You will be loyally supported by the voters of this precmct and w1ll be elected Francls Smith Your palm reveals a glaring newspaper headllne New Owner of New York Tribune Smith Reaches Cllmax ln Brilliant Career' Worked His Way up from Printer s Devll I forsee a long and prosperous career for you Frank Weinstein A packed hall a hushed audience and the spot llght full on a figure who IS lnterpretmg hlS very soul through the VlOllI'll Encore after encore 15 played and the crowd IS never satlsfied This I see for you James Townsend You wlll become a noted chemist Several lmportant dlscoverles have been made 1n your own laboratory You are also the author of that popular text book Town send s Exposztwn of Chemzstry Leonard MacQueston Here lS a widely known inventor who has to his automobile .vhlch can be carrled ln a suit case and a perpetual motion ma chme Time w1ll add to your credlt much more that IS valuable Robert Murphy I find you 1n Tlmbuctoo where you are a member of an expedltlon sent out by the Smithsonian Instltute You SD6Cl3llZe ln mmeralogy Dorls Schoerner You have been ap pointed the first xx oman Ambassador to Switzerland Your efforts ln brmg mg the Umted States 1nto the League of Nations have been acknowledged and are awarded ln this manner Leonard Pratt Ah' a writer of the cox eted mystery story ' And each SIOIQ carries the guarantee that if the read er guesses who the murderer IS before reading the last chapter he will re cexve an autographed copy gratls Myrtle MacQueston Your life will be spent 1n traveling A decade from now will find you a hostess on board an ocean liner sallmg between Boston and Glasgow Scotland I can see you very successful in thls your chosen career Frances Whitney Since your mar rxage to the American Secretary at SIBIYI you have acqulrerl a real plnk elephant which you use as a means of transportatlon to all parts of the klngdorn WHY I SHOULD LIKE TO VISIT THE CENTURY OF PROGRESS By Helen 'llallska Of course there IS not a person ln the United States who does not want to visit the World s Falr the Century of Progress Exposltion which is to be held ln Chlcago th1s summer and many of tl ese will actually be there some to spend a few days only and others a were to be one of these fortunate thou sands lf my falry godmother were to give me a vs eek in this wonderful place Ivsonder what I should look form ard to seeing most In splte of the fact that I am sup posed to be too old to enjov ChlldlSh things there lS a fasclnatmg appeal to me ln the descrlptlons of that En chanted Island an ldeal story book land made true for children Hon I should like to cllmb the magic moun tam to the castle at the top as did the knights of old' What fun it would be to see Little Red Riding Hood lhe Three Bears and other story book characters all ln gigantic forms The zoo and thc model farm of baby am malsonly would surely delight me and J O , I ' Y ' . ' ' 61 , Q n . . . ,- . , I i . ,, . ' v 9 q ' ' Q Q ' ' H H - Y . , I . . , . , - Y - L , I 7 - ' ' . . . . , - 1 - , . , credit such marvels as a collapsible much longer period of time. Now, if I - - A , - ' - v . . 0 . v I , Y ' r L , U . . . ' ' u - v v y V. o I 7 Y X , . .- ' C 1 ' - . . - , , ' ' 1 MURDOCK ln the restaulant I should get as exclt ed over th decoratlons done by that fasclnatmv artlst Tony Sarg as the elght year olds and hke the elght year old I would spend much tlme m the theatre seemg the ammal films the ma glclans the marlonettes and hearmg the story tellers all of these a part of the repertolre of the J unlor League of Chlcago And best of all what fun lt would be to watch the hundreds of chlldren ln then' costumes of Indlans cowboys soldmers bunnle etc fthelr own clothes havmg been checked soon after arrxvmg on the wonderful lslandl as they frollc about the model play grounds and gymnaslums Before leaw mg thls enchanted place I should sure ly want to vxsxt the museum to see the handlwor k of the ch1ldren'from all over the world What an ldeal place ln whlch to forget that one IS growlng up' chlldren to be taken to walt for the straymg fathers or mothers' Leavmg thlS xdeal ch1ld s world to return to that of the grown ups much of my tlme would be spent IH wander 1ng about the grounds Just for the pur pose of enjoymg the unusual archltec ture and the umque colorlng and hght mg effects Just as when on the enchanted lsland one mlght feel himself to be m land of falry tales so among all these stralghtlmed angled wmdowless buxldlngs palnted ln brxght blues reds yellows and purples whlch ln splte of the mtensxty of color produces some sort of a harmony one must feel that here he has been dropped 1nto a world of the fantastlc and the h1zarre whlch somehow IS wonderfully beautiful I snould partlcularly hke to fly over the Travel and Transport Bulldmg to watch that cable suspended dome ex pand and contract ltself And then would come hours mslde these wmdow less vsalls where perfect hght and MURMURQ wentllatlon are procured through artl ficxal means We read that one can look up at C6lllDgS hung wlth Jew els whlch reflect the beams from concealed hghts v. h1le the floors wxll glow wlth colored hght patterns thrown on them from above On the w alls are to be lummous maps modernlstlc mural deslgns and sculp ure all of whlch are mtenslfied by mdxrect hghtmg systems Aladd1n's cave could not have been more unreal Among the mterestmg bulldmgs contrlbuted by forelgn countrles I should hke to see the reproductxon of the golden pavzhon of Jehol whxch I have read IS the finest example ID exlst ence of Chmese archltecture and the reproductlon of the Maya Temple of Yucatan whlch IS sald to be the hlgh est development of Amerl an aborlgl nal art But beautiful as all thxs xs IH the of the lagoon and the lake at nlght to watch the ever changing areas of color to see the cascades of hght to marvel at the fountain of fireworks to follow the searchllghts as they move restlessly about must produce a reelmg of wonder and awe such as IS felt only m the presence of that whlch IS unreal' Of course no Amerlcan would mlss the exhibit of Indian life showing thexr Wlgwam settlements and also thexr cllff vxllages In the wmgs of one of the bl.1lldlI'1gS our forexgn born Amerlcan cltlzens w1ll glVe the folk dances and song festlvals of all natlons Perhaps my greatest deslre ln VlSlt 1ng the Century of Progress would be to enter the great Hall of Sclence m whlch IS to be shown most VlV1dIy the world s progress ln sclentlflc dlscovery and lts effect upon government farm mg IY'l6dlClI1F and varlous soclal sclences And one corner that wlllsurely mterest me IS that devoted to the restorat1on of prehnstorlc ammals 8 . . 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I .C . ,- What a wonderful place for the lost daytime, to wander about the shores . . 1 1 ,. - , 7 7 u , . . . - , I . 7 9 7 9 Y ' 1 ' ' - x '9 - ' , - Y MURDOCK MURMURS Mammoths dlnosaurs and glgantlc sloths wlll be 8Xh1bltBd among prehll torlc vegetatlon movlng eatlng and emlttlng halr ralslng growls and moans Just as they dld mllllons of years ago What an opportumty thlS IS to make real the early llfe of our contment' The exhlblts of famlly llfe Wlll ap peal to every glrl All klnds are to be shown from that of the ploneer days through vlllage llfe to the modern clty apartment llvlng I should be thrllled at the slght of the model houses per fectly furnlshed vxlth modern furnl ture alr cooled alr heated and fitted wlth every electrlcal and mechanlcal devlce whlch can do away wlth un necessary labor for the homekeeper There are to be seen portable houses whlch can be ordered ln the mornlng from a show wlndow and be dellvered to thelr front yard IU the course of an Wlthln a few hours The walls of these houses are adjustable It IS sald that a dlnlng room can be enlarged for a dlnner party and a bedroom dlvlded for an unexpected guest One wrlter says These houses suggest a fantastic future ln WhlCh growlng famllles can as wlth automoblles trade ln the old home every year or two fora new model' " These few 9Xhlb1tS and the hundreds of others must show lndeed the prog ress made by men and women who have had VISIOHS and have not been too dlscouraged to work and walt for thelr accompllshment But xx hlle showlng what man hlmself can accompllsh there must come to the vlsltor the feellng of tremendous forces whlch man lS Just beglnnlng to use and control How marvelous lt 19 to thlnk that thls fdll' wlll not be opened by the press of a Presldent s flngel upon an electrlc button lnstead a st'lrllght beam whlch has been travellng toward us from Arcturus for forty years wlll arrlve ln tlme to have the lntenslty of ltS llght focused ln such a way as to slgnal to the world the openlng of the World s Falr on June 1 1933 If my wlshes could come true and I really were to spend a few days at thls marvelous exhlblt I should truly return wlth a broader knowledge of sclence than I could ever have gotten from books a greater appreclatlon of new forms of art whlch I could not have gotten through mere study and a vast feellng of respect for the ln splred lntelllgence and never falllng courage of manklnd whlch has culml nated ln such a century of progress VALEDICTORY Every year there comes a tlme when a class must say good bye and thls py durlng our four years of study here and now we must leave our teachers and underclassmates But lt IS not only tlme to say good bye lt IS also an opportunlty for us to express our slncerest gratltude to all those who have trled to make these years the most happy and beneflclal durlng our school career Classmates now lt IS tlme for us to go our separate vu ays but ln our hearts we shall always carry a happy memory of the years we have been together And surely some day we wlll all meet agaln at our school To our parents we express our thanks for the opportunltles they have bestovs ed upon us and hope that thelr sacrlfices patlence and hopes ln at temptlng to make better mell and women of us shall not have been made ln valn Frlends we thank you for all the lnterest you have shown lll all our ac tlvltles ! ! . . . , . , . s 7 Y 9 I - . V. .- , r ' v ' 1 ' . . - , . afternoon, where theycan be assembled year lt IS our turn. We have been hap- u - ' ' ! ' 9 ! , . ' ! Y , l ,, ' I I , 1 1 N I ' ' 7 1 . . l , I Q ' 7 v ' v ' 1 - MURDOCK ML RWUR Underclassmates we know you w1ll enjoy 5 our years here and strlxe to get all you can from your studles To our superintendent and to the members of the school board w ho hay e so kxndly gn en of thefr tlme and thought we acknowledge wlth deepest gratltude thelr efforts ln makmg the school surroundmgs pleasant and lm provmg the methods of teachmg To our prmcxpal and teachers we extend thanks for all the tlme they have spent IH our behalf and admxra tion for the patlence wlth whlch they have tolerated our unllmlted supply of pranks and we wlsh to express our smcerest thanks to our able and IIISLII' mg class advlser for the klnd and gen erous SEFVICGS whlch have successfully guxded us IH our varlous soclal actlv And once mole we extend our sm cerest gratltude to all as we bld you all farewell QQ FABLES FOR OUR YOUNG READERS A TRAGEDY By Rita Brehlo Elspeth Mosqulto said to her friend Clarence I am gomg to swlm across thxs beaker and back Ifyou can I can replled Clarence Elspeth called Arbunkle Firefly to give the slgnal for starting for thls was to be a race Then lookmg at the shlnmg expanse of carbol1c acxd and shakmg her feelers she stood ready to make the leap Arbunkle gave the slg nal and a bubble rose where Elspeth and Clarence went down together Ar bunkle Fxrefly walted a long tlme but he never saw as much as a halr of 61 ther of them Moral Look before you leap THE DANDELIONS AND THE BLUETS By Edith Qmlth Once upon a tlme there hved 1n the park opposlte Nlurdo k School two fam llleb the Dandellons and the Blu ts Now the Dandenons were avery gaudy group w h1le the Bluets were so qulet as to be almost lI1SlgDlflC3.Y1t It was Mr Dandelion sdeslre that hls varlous sons and daughters settle ln wldely dlfferent parts of the park so that everywhere people would remark upon the magmficence of the famlly gold The Bluets on the contrary could not bear to be separated and hved very contentedly an thelr modest man ner gatherlng the members of the famlly more and more closely about them famlly became so separated that no body took notxce of them any longer and they finally moved away to another place The descendents of the Bluets stlll hve IH the same sectlon of the park and are one of the most strlkmgly m fluentlal groups there Moral Unlted we stand dxvxded we fa Q42 THE Ream AND THE Won: Mxldred Lawrence Old Mother Nlght crawler warned her bables not to go prowlmg around or even to leax e the door yard durmg the daytlme for fear they mlght come to harm There are too many greedy people ln the world she said who want everyth1ng even our humble llves In splte of the warnlng Young Smarty Nxght crawler heedless and bold did one day venture away from the safety of hlS own llttle spot on Murdock Campus Up he poked hls head smelled the fresh a1r slld along I . S 1 V . C ' , Q ' 4 f ' v . . , - ' V I' . 7 1 ' V . n u I V Q , 1 1 . q , A . . - I I 2 1 1 , ' ities. As the years passed, the Dandelion a : . I . . ll. ll ' ' 1 ' ' ' Y! ll 1 7, ' . . 1 1 ' ' Y 1 - . . ' r' ' ' , 1 - r ' 1 Q . 1 f 44 ' . ' ' YY A ' If ' I 9 1 ' - 1 . ,, . . 1 0 y n 1 1 - - - Y D 9 1 MURDOCK MURMURS the close cllpped grass and wrlggled Wlth glee Just when he was thlnkmg how foohsh hls mother was to be so fearful of the beautlful great world Mr Bobblng Robm dropped down close by Young Smarty lay motlonless but Bobblng Robm s beady black eyes had spled the long sllm brown body and wlth a hop and Jump and a clxcklng of hls blll he grabbed the llttle fellow who had thought hlmself so much W1 ser than hls mother Moral Heed the words of those wiser than you ALPHONSE AND MICKEY By Vlrglma Rlce Once upon a tlme there was a famlly of mlce who llved ln one of the small cupboards under the benches ln the laboratory m Murdock Hlgh School There was also a famlly of mxce lxvmg ln Poland School Alphonse the oldest son of the Murdockltes had been told never to assoclate wlth M1ckey old est son of the Polandltes because the and they llved ln a much cheaper look mg house Wlth no tower and no stretch of park ln front Secretly hovs ever Alphonse had thought that xt would be fun to sneak out some day and get a llttle better acqualnted wlth M1ckey and see what he was really l1ke The txme came one sunnv mornmg when Alphonse adventured qulte darlng Now M1ckey happened to see hlm comlng across the flelds and knowmg the feellng of superxorlty the people ln the great red brlck bulldlrg had for hlm and hls family wondered to see the boy leaxe hm own grounds and vsondered stlll more when Alphonse actually spoke to hxm but ln such a super lor pompous manner He told Mackey of hls grand home of the money hls father had and worse than all thls he began to talk of Dad Poland s lazlness Why he strutted f course he s lazy and you all are lazy else you d have as much as we haxe Thzs made Mickey angry so angry that he struck poor bragglng Alphonse and left hxm lymg ln the gutter When Alphonse finally came to he plcked up hls bloody self and vnent home to hls mother Never agaln dld he venture Into that crude M1ckey s yard Moral Braggmg brlngs trouble QQ WHAT PRICE VANITY? Demans Carr Beautlful Bertha Butterfly vxas brushmg her vnngs carefully and plrouettlng before th mlrror ln the dressmg room at Murdock School Suddenly she heard someone else enter the room turmng she saw Kltty Caterpillar shyly comlng forward Ho' Ho' Look who has come to the ball' Llttle Kltty Caterp1llarl and Bertha Butterfly laughed dlsagreeablv Well I hope you have a good tlme slttlng on a leaf watchlng me dance Wlth thxs speech she flounced out of the door her vnngs outspread and a satlsfied ITl1l9 on her proud face lught lnto the vt altlng butterfly net she blew so anxious was she to get to the ball where her beauty xx ould re CGINB the proper admlratlon that she had not percelx ed thls danger Now she graces the vsalls of the blology laboratolx a pm stuck through her heartless body Nloxal Nanlty hot ld not hold xts head too lugh . , . . . , - S 1 . . . , ' 1 - ' an , . ,lf , Glo . . , u Y l ' ! 7 77 . , . . . , . . 7 I 1 ! , . l ! - , Y I . V I . . 9 . . 1, 0 . ' ' 3 ' ' Polandltes were consldered mferxor, .. ' - . . . ,, , . v y v , ll 7 ' V r . . . ,, v I , V. N 4 , 7 ' V, Y' ' r v 1- v v , I 1 V n 4- . . . 1 U . 7 ' , ,, ' Q ' A 9 . r ' ' I V ' I V D v' l ' ' . l In Loss vDors lcerer There used to be a oue tron as to xxho xxas the bo s at our hou e lr t noxx that has been se trefl 1 I at present rs the b h shard to b lrexe tr t t . a x s rap or hun I 1 rt ret lll .1 s rongf ruler hr Ixos rt s a 5, rl r errtable queer I f r tl ncxe tn t cxer before go back as far as o xxrll rn hrstorx has there be en a more dr potrc queen or one more lox ed I I course xxe ber subrects loxx dovxn t obey Fox exer rt rs 1 ' por trngfand too a brt humtlrnglx hen day after day ano xx eek after x een cars full of frrends old and xoufrfz drrxe up to the door and the first ex clarnatron from the occupants rs e xe tome to see the babyl' IN rtu rall thrs makes dad and mother proud a or the rest of u xxe orrr an ber the slrght Xxhx 'P B cause she rs our queen I get a great krtk oat ot hearrnfr dad rave to company about hoxx clexer Bex erly fthat S Her Urghness s namcl rs and xvrll be When sire has tak n prano and cello lessons for a couple of years shell be able to plax h saxs xxell rr er re us the same thrng about m lonf lout, I ZX LA T' Pvor I l' a g . nsox.xarfst at re rrt becau e ofa Great fe rr xx hrch pnxelops me rn a heax x curtarr tr tn xx rth rron hands nolds me rn rts oread ful clutches When Ilre doxxn to sleep, thrs evrl i rnf crushesn e ind reax Cs e u erore rt I lre helpe s ant 1 l rr attempts to arouse a sem branfe of I ourage are futrle the horror ls tl ere dctgrng exery moxe I make rn llx after hours 0 agonx I ron mt 1 let r 'he mer ace strll rn my sur t o . s In mx dreams rt takes a no t defrmre shape I see rt as a demon xx hose blazrng ex es f-torch me as rt cor. es nearer and nearer It fas crrrates as hxpnotrsm draxxs a real ers rr rorr lrrmself ora, a magna attracts artrclcs of steel I garc at rt u rrrlry rea rfmff rnx rmpotence rnf fre futrrrtx ot tr Ulf to escape I blood s oxx ly freercs turmneg to rcc l am numb The creature creeps sxxays nearer and nearer I can feel the fire of hrs breath A xell l ud terrrble fills tne arr Whose" Mme? It must be for the horror runs runs axx ax mto nothrnq W hat rs that I see on hrs raprdlx drs appearrng back? In enormous, brrght red letters rs xxrrtten these words A G aduatron Farlure ' Irxarce ta find myself on the floor besrdc mx bed Iam tremblrng as xx rth ctylle lhe moral? Yes there rs a moral for rnt I am from noxx on gorng to study harder, and to xx ork more, never agam no I xx fmt to be haunted by a gradt a tr rr larlurr ao P IRF l x Rrchel Allen XX he n tht fire xlarm bloxxs and I he rr tht shrrll cream of the frre sncn and the clang ot the bells mx blood begins to leap and race through my verns Per haps I rnherrt thrs feelrng from my fa ther, xx ho was a fireman some trme ago: but there rs nothmg I lrke better' than .Nfi'llI41f'l'i Nll'l F-lL'liS ' If ' ill.-'2'V.'lItJllf.F 4 ' 1 .2 ' ' T B 5 N rn, br ised. B T ' ' .' 1 l 1:53, ' f lzlrguc , s ' 4 '- Q ' . N r. . ,' 1 . . . ' . .. . H . V ' " - v I' " , ' s. I.: 5' r ,. ' f 1 -' , ' .' , - 1 '1. "he Joss, F' a. 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I By llzrllxs Il' QV Y . m Z - v 1 L . I 1 nr xx'e'rr'y, o'., r x"e'rr',', . r l rfk I ' " ' X ' .' '- . iz s a 2 J ' - I .' ' . - ' . , 1 . - - '-, HU, 1' ' - . - U . .1 , , 1- I . . . . - V n ka m . B - INIUKDOCK MUHMURS a good roaring fire. I would follow a fire engine a mile if I thought I could see a fire, and I have often awakened in the middle of the night to hear the alarm blowing only to jump into some clothes and race to the scene XX hen I see that blazing demon leaping and dancing about formmg sheets of fiame, I be come fascinated and nothing can drag me away from that furnace until onlx the curling smoke from the dx lllfl' em bers and the charred skel ton of the buildmg rs left Perhaps it may seem xer n1e11 ind disgraceful of me to enjox II lf at fires w hrle people are sutleriw from loss hardshrps and sorrow Lut it rs not that I do not unoerstand these things I understand them perfectly but the fire has started possrblx through some one s care essness I can not put rt out sol might ju t ts well enjoy myself w hrle rt las s It IS only fitting at thi tllr e t 1atI should mention t e w ork 1 1 th se merciful srsters , the bali it O1 Arnrx lasses at large fires where the nren1en have to w or i all night sm etmres Ill f1ee71ng we rther Thex 111 ll I1 tn men with hot coffee ard elougnnuts vvnrch are '1 gre rt help m keep ng up eourage :1nls're.g1l We a so near the tre ' 1 ll elor es are scorched H rolt .1111 nrer fll .1 e of their wor 1 1 ll 1 e 1 for them the trrerm 1 w cult' 1 ot be ahl to nght the Hames as w e 1 as tm 1 do hare s re. I at a hr a 1 1 1 1 chmg the peop e 1 1 ltl 1 e e ie cr. 51f he eatfs ror eoc 111 1 111 enrght I reesxx 1 we 1 ll onfre mthernrfltr 1 1 1 ex 4 N tk D w is rn tug r e ieorle lll ne house had trleaxe Ill aux IXII d oi eos tume they eould get borne w ere fully dressed, others halt'-dressed, but the majority were ir1 their night clothes with only a coat or a wrapper thrown over them. Curlers and pigtails, with bright colored wraps and pajamas cre- ated qurte a laugh One bashful young woman had rolled her pajama legs up under her coat but rn the excitement one of them began to shp dow n When she realized this, she made a grab for rt and the other fell down In try mg to keep her pajamas from showing, she attracted more attentron than the L A boiler exploded rn a Chinese laun drx The Chrnamen 1 u s h ed to tl e strret Jne of thcrn however started to gr hae e into the building to get the eash register The people tried to stop him but he got aw ay md went into the laundry A fireman went rn and e11 danger 111g his ow n htt dra fp. d tl e unconscious man out Irtrful? '1 e but amusing too, to see those e x c 1 t ed Chinese ch rttermg and running about Nobody eould understand them and ther could not understand anyone else Altho11ghI enjovseemgftrres if thej are not 111 rnj house I alwaj s remern ber tl1e old saj mg that me IQ a good Sf rxant,b.1t '1 bad master H1Tc11 IIIKING l x Am' rose Dex xc 1 ll 1 .er w l1e1l1o1 hours h lk en t yoer xe nex er l nown th feel 111 w l11eh one recerxes when cars ron 5 1 w axe or a smile from the oceuoants 11 1 oee sror a re er a loot ou 1111 ,st want to L11111 baek rut 9111 O L, 1 fl Ill its grip 1 o 1.1 1 And then rfter mrles of werrrres 7 , . 1 ' 1 ' 'f 1 . . r If . y y O . V jf 'V . K I - w 3 w va C r 1 . ,- ' ' H ' 21 1 . hr' -. ' 1 " 'rvse . ' J '. ' - V . l J I ig 'Lg' 'vu vtv- . I -X . ' . .. X A ' '- --. ,I ' X , , , H, . I n. ' A ' . 1 j- .yy 1 . ' Jf. A , 'J 7 1 . I . ., , , , ' . e , V, - ,' 's rs" ' 1 '- ,- -Lrg 1 ' . 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I1 fl' H at E111gf'Y! ll 11..'.'fH1', 111111111 111.15111 'V' 5 1 'KURIJOLK JUMPING Row By Nlrgmna Rite Ex ery spring when the time for Jumpmg rope rolls around I get a strange homesick feelmg Inexltably I am carrled back to my first ten years on this plane Hovx lmpatlentlx I sat through the long evening meal xxalt mg for mother to tell me that I might go out with the rest of the children We had to be in promptly at eight xxhlch gave us abox t an ho r to play and during the warm months this hour xxas always spent in Jumping rope What fun xxe had' I learned first to do Just plain rope Jumplng Then gradually became skill ful ln Salt vinegar mustard pep per whlch meantJump1ng Just about tW1C6 as fast as one ordmarllv would It was a great day for me when I ran home to mother to tell her that I could Jump to fifty vxthout stopping and that I could do It as fast as Nettle my plax mate When thls feat was perfected so that I never or rarely ever failed I was promoted to double dutch which when conquer ed xx as most cer tamly one of the greatest achlevements possible in our estimations We were alloxx ed to Jump with the bug fflrls xx hen xxe got so we could do double dutch vxlthout missing too often And this was something to be proud of Why' when we could Jump with the big girls xxe could make the llttleglrlf run doxx n str eet and do the errands xx lnch mother had asked us to do for xxe were too busv and the big girls wouldn t like It 1f xve broke the lme for Keep the Ket tle Bolling which was one of our fx vorxtes We xxere even allowed once ln a whlle to get out of doing the dishes when the dlnner xx as exceptlonally late because the Kids were Waltlfig' These were happy carefree days when Jumping rope seemed the only lmportant thmg' n earth MLRNILRS THE OLD HALINTED Hotsr: Px Ihylll Smith As the golden moon suddenly con cealed itself behmd a bank of fleecy xx hlte clouds a dark shadow darker than the gloomy shadows cast bv the tall pines loomed up before me Being of the adxenturesome sort and not in the least susceptible to ghosts or ghost stories I allowed the desire to follow this apparent phantom to over xx helm the persisting voice of my con sclence xx hlch told me that I should not trifle xxlth such fftntastlcal things but go on my xx ay Doxxn the road xxe trudged Phe fig ure did not appear to realize or even to suspect that he .vas being followed and I was very careful not to make ex en the slightest sound to arouse his susp1c1ons But I had to tread oh so lightly Every thing seemed to be to my ad vantage however The moon which had suddenly disappeared behmd the fleecy clouds still remamed in his hid mg place except for an occaslonal peek at the mysterlous actions below As we Jogged along I fell to thmkmg But I would not become so absorbed ln mv thoughts as to be unobservant of all that was going on around me and especially ahead of me Oh no' This phantom for such it seemed had first appeared on the knoll Just beyond the old cider mlll xx hlch through long' years of disuse had started to decay and tumble down What had this mys te rlous figure been doing at the old mill? VN here was it gomg and whv? All sorts of questions and halt solutions passed through my mind Dux mg this lnterval hovx ever the golden moor as suddenly as It had disappear ed glided from behmd the vast bank of clouds and began its Journey across the starlxt path and the milky way to but what s this" The figure v . , , . Y . . 1 - - - . J '. ' ' I -' 1. s., v v ' ' - v 2 - x I 1 . . V. A V V 9 - -v 1 . V . . V I I - - . . -V . , - . V . - V V I , , . V . . r -1 9 V. . V . . u A ' v . . 1 - v x - . 1 9 . A V V V.N , . - ' I L4 . , , . . 1 f V v V V r ' v ' ' V ' ' - - . . . ' 1 . U . - V - I n 1 ' Y H . . . . , . . , , V V . . . . VV lv ' ' I U . V . . V V - - . . V- - , 1 v ' v 1' - Y ' - . , , v n .V A n . , 1 1 L ' 1 'I I . x A ' ' V, , VV V . . . , . V . V. . . V Y D . v I' v . 1 . - ' V. I 1 Q v 'C ' N . . r . , . V , V . . V I xr. V V C . ' ' ' Q ' v ' v . M . v - L V V . v ' ' . f Y I v f l 1 Y . 1 1 V , , 1 ' ' ' 1 Y ' . . H 1 V - - . . ,, . V - -- 1 S' ' . . V , - - V k. 1 I ' , , , . . . V ' 1 1 . V . A - , 1 H . ,, . . ' ' . 1 , s n Q ' ll ' - 7 s . - 7 ' fx - L- , -- V . MURDOCK MURMURS Where was it? Had I let it slip through my fingers like so much water? Im- possible! But it appeared that I had. Al- though I had been so intent upon watch mg It lt had van1shed lnto th1n air as lt were I strode on 1nwardly cursing myself for having been so careless yet all the wh1le peering in everv direction for a glimpse of the shadow Alas lt was nowhere to be seen .lust as I had decided to turn back I heard a door slam Whv to he sure' I was now standmg d iectly 1n front of the Old Haunted House burelv this was an ideal hide aw ay for phan toms But suppose the mysterious fig ure had seen me Imust be careful I must ppear to be Just passing by not noticing anx thing unusual So on I le1surely strolled all the whlle planning a way to return to ln vest1gate further these odd antlcs of the mystery man Years ago when Bob Stuart and I were Just a couple of lads attendlng the village sehool we used to VISII the woods behind the old house Just as often too we used to crawl in through the old broken cellar window and wander throu h the rooms marvelvng at the still beaut1ful furniture though lt xx as in ruins and w ondermg too why nobody came to live here Manx years had passed since the n been near e1tl1er to make necessarv repaxrs or to occu 1 it had changed hands sexertl times It was as far aS I knew st1ll1n the hands of '1n elderlv gentleman t1on1 a neaxnx cltx known to tie t1xx11s,eople ag Uncle Dave xla1t111 Asl mn l rl the bend that hid he h ruse fro ll mx x1exx l had fullx tl6Cl ed what 1 w is going to do Icould tmllox the line back to the sheltel of the tall DIIIGS that stood guard over the old house, then slip in through the cel- lar window as Bob and I had frequently done in years past. The rest would be easy. This I immediately, did I had no sooner reached the foot of the cellar stairs when I heard footsteps coming toward the cellar door lVIx heart stood st1ll' What was I to do? Suppose he should open the door' Then I remem bered the place where I had often hid from Bob At the top of the stairs xx as a landing and at the rightof the land mg hungalarge old fashioned ironing board As a boy I could easily hide be hind this wlthout beinff seen Quietly I rushed up the stairs a11d slld into shelter and fo a moment sto1d lfdalllllg against the wall Cr r ia aa cklT1ud' With the firt S0lll'I ot cracking I found mvselt sw1ttlx fllllllg' bac wards Into what Iknexx nut Perhai s It was a QfC19ll pas sage and there w oultl be ro telling w he e I nnght end Then qulek as a flash I al ruptlv reached my destination VN 11 t a graes ful lardlng lt must haxe been I nardlx dt l open my ex es for I 1r1ae1ned to find ni tl ln some darl eob xxebbx hole l ut I e wuld feel the p 1 e s e ll e e of some uollx emo in the room a id n it k'1ow11 w hetherlt was 1111111 1 lnfol 1 speetre I fina x I mu t sax thi IN a stran e 11x to p v visits but te ll me do x u xxx xs mil eyo11rc1lls111 thi ll anner o 1 ll '111'7 contin left t11e xo ee whit I1 str n felx I was beg ll llll,.! to reto f'117e oxx x gat e e mxsfl tw t er 1 d tool up trying to mareoit wno s Il ll l x bla kne h s 1 l C e 1 here hx t1exx1nt 1 111 l ll txoai e 11.,n1ff y1ur0ld1 to ll l kno x x tl haven t seen n1e . - Y t Q Y , . , K . 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'c ' 'lss f ' 1 Q " ', ' ' j . 'd- xx'l1lc .':11'ro111.e,l n1 ,. , ' ' 'z 3 " . "l.l'PllIL:' Kill uve' ., 1.-I fi " low, '1 'x' 1 2 ' ' ' ' 4' 4 ' ' 'Ili . 21,1 I -' ' 'Q '1 1' '22 1 ral? ' L . I -Sv' '- xv vu- . Q J l V for two or three y ears but then vsell he chuckled and t a k ln g me bv the arm falrly dragged me to the ss lndoss through vs hlch came a flood of moon llght Then he turned around so that the llqht struck hls face Why Bob' le:sc'a1med vVhe e have you been keepmg sour elf and vs hy all thls ms sters stuff? Well to make a long' storv short Bob went on ssttlng doss n and pullmg me dosvn be s1d e hun I se been w o r k1n g for the last three years ln Oklahoma and I Just arl IX ed from there thls mornmg But I suppose first of all you want to knosv vs 'sy and how I happ nel to h ner Well you see Uncle Dave Xou don t mean I sudds nly broke 1n tm No he s not really mv uncle but he and dad ss ere great chums before dad and I vsent to South Amerlca six years ago Uncle Dave dled some weeks ago ln fact It was tsvo rronths yesterday He left thls place to me Of course nobods around her kr osss It and there ssere no people at the sta tlon vsho recopnmed me I am haslng the tam bu lg my trunks oser In the mornmg I ssas plannmg on C0mlHg over to see vou to nsgnt to get you to come and help me fix thrs old place up because he dravslcd lazlls then sat dreamsls gamn out of the vsmdoss mto the mor nllgrt Iguess I unlls :stand I ald rather meeklv But tell me more about vour plans for fixing up the place NK hat do you ss ant me to get or br1ngover" Bob old kld vou knovs that vou only have to say the ss old and I rn your obedlent servant I By George' You re the .same old Tom aren t you? he falrly sholted grlpdlflg' 'ny hand flrmly Always ready to help a fellow out and ' K And especlallv the one I m paztsc ularlv fond of I llnlshed for hlm Then he ss ent on to tell me all of the thlngs that he planned to do The old house would stand a lot of plastermg paperlng and pamtme botn on the lllSltI6 as ss ell as on th outslde He also told about h1s plans for the lass ns and gardens he ss 1sh d to fix for her IN e sat there talkmg for nearly tsso hours before sse realwed the late ness of rhe hour I persuaded him to go home and spend the night vs 1th me then ss csuld come oser earls IH the mornmg and br mg the thmgs vs e would need LJ start ssorkl sq As Bob stood lsssg te tmr e burst ou lauglsnsff ss ls t s the Jake? I asked Oh Pom he msnasfed to sas lse know hosv funnv vou looked as you lay sprasslmg on the floor I suppose I did play a rather mean trlck on sou But I couldn t resist the temptation Here he ss as taken vlth another fit of laughlng 'IIlLk7 On me" Whv Bob vshat do vou mean Iasked puzzled Well sou se Iknew all the time that II was you that was followlnv me Ho v dld I know? Whv you llttle sllly look at that ue' lsn t that the one that I sent you just before I left BFHZIII You can bet I svouldn t forget that tle IU a mllllon years for I don t belleve that thele s another llke It on the face ol thls earth Knosvmg y ou I had figured outyust sshat you vsould do so vshat dld I do but come ln and prepare a llttle trap tor you I lsness too that lf you should hear me walkmg around upstalrs you would lmmedlately run to your old hldlng place And you did I also knesv that you did not knosv of the llttle secret door, upon whlch you leaned every tlme that you fre s!l'l:llol'li Ml nt his y 4 -h r 77 " 's 7 f 1 ' 1 I 4 . ' ' . ,, .Q . ! s Q I ' ' ' V- v ' , . V . - . u b L. u - n - g ' ' 'n . . ' 4 rl ' - ' V ' ' ,Y V , ,, Y . ,,, . . v '. ' , . . . I' . e ,, v ' v v 7, r VI' 4- ax K yy sn Y! ' I ' I 7 ., "f 7 ' Q n 4 I I ' 4 ' . . ss 1 , I Y I . 1 ' N -' W 'U .f I 1 I y ' 3 ' ' v ' ' - I 'I 1 ' 1 1 . ' V . Q- rl 1 A t 1 - v 'I li . D L I r ' ' 1 e ,f e , ' loc r h l 4 , h r t , rr , ' 1 "' 'H' u 7 v 1 pf , , A H ., ' . ', H ,, , "" . LA ' . , . .. . ,, . v v C ' ps -'ty ' as , sb I , v Yes I do mean! Uncle Dave Mar- tween the s asms. Reallv, sou don t Y F ef . , V ' ' I 1 Y w L v x ' 'I ' I , ,J U' . 1 , I I is . ' Q .H I v I ' I 4 . I ' f is s - ' A' "Il I 1 ' , ..- ,. fw . , ' v , ,- 'f I . 1' " 'I r Q Q ' . ., . ,, 1 ' 'Is v I ' ' ' ' ' . . . . . O , 1 ' - ' ' . v 1 . , . , . Q -1 I. HA!! 4 7 J ' , , 7 ' V s ' . 1 I A. gy . Y. V. . . . , , . .-, A y , . . , .' I , In J, H Q, ' ' ' , I, ' il ' Y u .' ' V Y Y v I , . , I 1. . . ' ' ' ' v v U r , I . . V I . , . 1 H ' ' ll 7 7 ' ' ' 'v : V - " ' , . L ,. a - ' ' ' y , - MURDOCK quented your favorite hideaway. All I had to do was to take down a couple of pictures that hid the hinges, then rip off the hinges so that when vou touched the other side of it, it would immediately fall down. And say, was that a graceful landing!" And he went off into another gale of laughter So you turned the tables on me eh? I laughed Iflremember cor rectly and I think I do you were always the recipient of my foolish pranks weren t you? Yes Tom and now we re going to pick up the loose ends that N8 dropped when we left school and weave them into the pattern of our lives But Tom walt till you see Her' If you don t fall head over heels in love vxlth her I ll miss my guess' he Joyously cried Only time will tell I chanted as we linked arms and started off And the golden moon looked down upon a sight it had nearly forgotten tvto shadows accompanied by much laugh ter leaving the haunted house by the old cellar door Q PUBLIC ENEMY No 5 By Helen Maliska In my estimation the man who thought of attaching a desk to the seat in front is an enemy to pupils and to make matters worse an en e my never sat ln one of these chairs himself for if he had he would certainly have realized the disadvanti es of this close partnership betvt een se IS and desk I dread going into Room o tor xx ork for it lb hu c that this most II'XlF1,,I.LlI1l ture is to be found Stealthilx lsit dow n trying not to move the de k b hind mc, Just as I begin my shorthand the lrl in front decides to get up An outline MURMURS that should have a straight downward stroke, has instead a jagged upward turn. Patiently I wait until she has set- tled down again. Alas! No sooner have I started another outline before the boy just behind me pushes his desk: and at the end of my lesson the shorthand out- lines look like a mass of funny tracks Glancing around I realize that other pupils are having trouble also Tall and lanky Miss Vanisul is contemplating how she can place her knees so that they will not force up her desk Little Miss Smythe ln front of her decides that a foot stool would be a conven lence for her short plump legs are sick of dangling Hey you can tyou sit still a min ute'? causes me to look in the other dl rection Jones IS struggling with his shoesfring while Smith in the next seat is struggling with his algebra Sudden ly he becomes desperat raises his hand and asks Miss Palmson may I go mto Room 3 so that I may finish my al gebral I can t make X look like X wlth Jones XVlg'g'I1I'lg all the time And so it goes day in and out Pei haps this fault can be remedied by giving the pupils a special course in Hou to Sit Don n and Conduct Your selves in Paiti eiship Desks Q 'NIV LIBRARY B Iildred I aint! ce ou er the cellar fiooi The moon looked down thiouch the cellar window and beheld the mot unique hlrfny uer t i VN r tt had once been the vegetable tellai li ld been c 1 ixeitcd into an ex ti 'UPI In ary nook A crude bookcase mul o xxhxte bnch tool against a llc all on which vstie pasted pic tnes o XJIIJLJSIIKPIAFQ men and Sli . I ' ' . Y I 7, It ' + . . . , , I Y Y 37 ' ' ., . , ,, , . . . , Y 7 1 I U I . ' - 1 1 - ' ' 1 at , . . . ' 1 1 ' . 7. , ,, , L . ,, . . . . , . , 45 I - - ,, . . . . 1 9 ' 1 - ' ' ' - I sc ' C '- 1 1 1 I ' ' ' . i , 7 . . . . . ,, . I k C n . it V ' Y - ' . ' -1 V -7 sw ' . - X .S ' 1 'I' . . Y . l .l I A' y 3. , --. 1 1 , that they have to YOIQFHFQ- Surely he The shadows of evening stole slowly : 1 ' v. 1 . I , V ' c .V , IT , v' ' ' -. ig- ' K i S ' ? . v v , V X " H I I J- ' '5- S1-l . 'I I 7 1 ' ' I' . 1 - f - ' 1 it D Q' 'w J., 'I ' : fir 1.'- 1 -1 Z' 'f '-Lf ' 'A 1 , .I I l - ,' .1Y.1'l. , l 1, -' ' Q. f " s f f": ' ' ' ' . si' b" -it vs- ' ' : ' - ' ' U ' 1 . L Y' -. -'11 ' I -, , MURD N IK. MURMURS xvomen Chaucer Bede Mrlton NI rl lory Shakespeare am rrany moderns Two crude charrs made of orange crates xere plac d before the books and an old laundered bur ap bfw ser xed a a rug on the cemen cerlfr flaor A antrque lamp decorated v rth long srl very xvaxrnfr cobxx e ns I hrcl too made a delrca e curtam for the 'nall wrndoxxl rllumrned the space Queer? Yes' lut so frnproprr rte for the readrnff I cn rx l One rarnx af r om I s olt softly flest someone should hc rr mel do x n to my book nook to xx rrrle rxx ax a fexx hours to readrng of mx sort I scanned the three shelves fill d xxrth precrous xo' umes and rnedrtated on readrng Mxl lory s Morte d Arthur Chaucer s Canterbury Tales Mrlton s Parfr drse Lost or lrghter materral such as Swrft s Cullrx er s Trax els or Burns poems of nature At last I decrded upon 'Vlrlton s Paradrse Lost and curled up rn mv angu'ar than I had read qurte a few pages x hen I heard a rrorsel Upon lookrng up I be held John Vlrlton turnrng rn mx drrec trorr hrs unseerng ex es Hrs duarnt Jlue black ssrrt vxrth the knee breerhes and the hrgh whrte Purrtan collar took me bar k to daxsof long ago vxhen long harr and rurldes were rn fashron for men I humbly offered hrnr the other crudelv burlt charr He seemed qurte at home rn such sur roundrngs and we chatted merrrly untrl the rustle of pages made Us both start Lookrng tovx ard my book case Isaxx Wrllram Shakespeare craxxlrng axxk Wardly out of hrs red dust coxcred vol ume Rudely he accepted my chan xxhrle I sat upon the burlap rug Our conxersatron after the formal rntroductrons xxas most unpleasant Mrlton, meek before such a renowned personagf at rl rmblx xxlrrle Sh le speare rn hrs rll pressed clothes scold ed me severely for my neglect In not readrnff hrs drama more often Manx ofhrs expressrons and phrases xx ere so archarc that I had to gues at the mean mg ot hrs taunts' A deep chuckle sax ed the embarra srng srtuatron for Nrrlton xx lro x as not especrally keen t bevnfv rhr d party rn a prrvate scold mg lhrs chuckle came from mrnrrtrrre Ch rucer rttrng onthe top of the book case hrs feet danglrng Chaucer bade us forqet rntroductrons and at once bcgrn to tallx rn tlo xerx phrases corn so often xx hen so rnanx xouths of to l ouldn tbe bothered xx rth them Tnrs ren ark led to a regular debate Vlrltorr rnd I defended the voung people of todav xvhrle Chaucer srded xx 1th Shakespeare rn hrs pornt of vrew How lone we argued I do nor knoxx but before xxe stopped dusk had fallen makrng a lrght necessary In my haste to r ach the antrquated lamp I ac rd ntly pushed the book case over' What a clatter Out fell Mallory followed closely by Burns Next Johnson tumbled forth and stepped on Wordsworth s fingers Grey xvrgs red curls whrskers and all sorts of queer debrrs made me throw my head back and laugh glee fully Upon recoverrng from my mrrth I sheeprshly became aware of a dead srlence and an empty room My rude ness had fr-rffnter-ed away mv after noon callers ao C rs for Clark whose back rs so strarght He'll wrre our houses, rf we but wart. . ' I - qw - 1 ' ' . . : ', , , . r - ' 1, s' L - - ' -I 1 v I 'W ' . . , . , .r . . . , - . -, s - ' - -1 3 s A fs x' e I s. ., ' . f.. j rf 4 5 5 . . S '- K' . , t ' 1 '. n ' ' ' s f - ' , .' ' - ' ' '- fs , . . , . s . '. , 's . 1 , s . - I . '-'t 'r . s.- " -J s -' " " a v ' 3 I 4. . A 3 3 F 7 r L Q . . . I cl I' , 2 . 1 ' 5 J .iqjnf ' V' . A V 1 x ' .2 - ' - . ' v I A ' - , te rr X , .i A I 2 S . . , - 1 ,Q sz x' , S . ' ' - vl ' . -1 v r l . ' . 1 1 K ,- , - a A ' x' I' ' . s, - 'N 1. . . '-, -.,1 ' - '. 'fs " -" Such adrsmal, damp cax added Spfre nreadrng me for readrrg hrs Tales " y - 11 -, V "4 vv - v v - 5 s . 1 r f , ,, . ,, .Y H, ,' ' . , A- Lay'-C v ,' H I' ot- z - 1' ' 4 . 1 an 7 ,H I ' , ' . , ' 1 1 A 1' V U A s r yy - y as ' w ' ,' .t , c' yy . , ,, , . , W , v . . . . ' 7 415 'y s N , H , ty L . . is . . . Y N . s L . , ,, . ,, I K . . X v ' 1 1 I 's ' 0 ' f . I XY ' nl lj V - . , - e . '- - - v . 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Y . . . 1 ' 7 ' MURDOCK IURIURS MURDOCK 5 CONANT 3 In the openlng game wxth Conant April 29 there were elght new faces ln the Murdock lineup and as thls was the first g a m e t h a t they had worked together 1n they were rather uncertain ln their posltlons In the field the team was falrly good but could not seem to connect whlle at the bat Raymond started on the mound for Murdock and held J affrey to two runs and then gave way to Agon Occhxalml Doyle moved up to short and Raymond took center field J affrey scored another run ln the nmth Murdo k scored one ln the first two ln the second one ln the thlrd and one nn the fifth This ended their scorl ig for O c c h 1 al 1 n 1 Fagerstrom and Travaghm dxd most of the stlck work for Murdock each gettmg two hits Q 42 FITCHBURG 7 MURDOCK 3 Fltchburg defeated Murdock Wed nesday May 3 playlng off and on be tween showers and finally the game wascalled at theend of the slxth lnnxng Murdock started off 1n the first lflnlng by scorlng three runs T Poole walked with one out and stole second Occhxalml singled and Poole went to third and Doyle brought them ln wlth a screamlng double dow n the left field foul lme Smlth struck out and Barker slngled to rlght to brlng ln Doyle Barker was out attemptmg to steal second Thls was all Murdock s scoring for the afternoon Funalole opened the second wlth a lngle and went to thlrd on Raymond s error After the next two batters had been disposed of Duguld bounced a home run off the wall ln left field scormg two runs Fltchburg scored another run m the fourth and three ln the slxth The game was then called at the end of the slxth Q HARDWICK 7 MURDOCK 6 On Saturday May 6 Hardwlck up set the dope and beat Murdock 7 6 Doyle started on the mound for Mur dock but ran mto dlfficulty 1n the fourth and was relieved by Lawton who pltched vell for the remaxnder of the game allowlng only two runs At thls pomt Doyle relieved TI'aVagllIl1b6 hlnd the bat and lt looks as if he wlll stay there the rest of the season In the nmth wlth the score 7 4 Murdock started a rally wlth two out T Poole walked and 0CClll3llI'11 lmed out to center but was safe when the center fielder dropped the ball and T Poole went to third Doyle sacrificed to left field scoring T Poole and Trottler who had replaced Smlth as a plnch hitter singled to score Occhla l1n1 Wlth the tvxng run on first and l I x l J. . l tt ' Y . . . . . 1 ' . , . 1 . . . . . 1 . ' ' 0 c , 1 S . . . . . ' . ' 1 I . I . . . . . V . n . t, - . - , , - 1 . . . - . 1 1 . . .y - U ' I s Q the day. , . . . , I Y u . . . . - , ' . Q . , I f ' ' 9 J n I n . ' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . 1 . , ' 1 , . . . , . 1 ' A , . , ' 1 1 , . - - Y . . . . ' - HURDOCK MURI URS two out the best Barker could do was to send a roller to short forcing Trot tler at second thus endmg the game MURDOCK 2 ORANGE 1 Murdock came through and beat Orange m a good fast game Thursday May 11 Raymond started on the mound 'or Murdock and pltched masterful ball for mne innings allowmg Orange only seven scatterd hits and one run ln the eighth In the first five mmngs the batters went down ID almost one two three succession In the slxth Murdock got one run E Poole was safe at first on an error He stole second and went to third on a wlld pitch and scored while Barker was being thrown out at first. In the mnth mnmg Wlth the score game Doyle doubled out to left and moved up to thlrd on Fagerstrom s ln field out Morin then fixed out to deep center and after the catch Doyle scored from third with the wmmng run of' the ball game Q Q MURDOCK LosEs To GARDNER 11 7 Last Wednesday afternoon May 17 Murdock journeyed to Gardner and played the Gardner Hlgh school losing by the score of 11 7 In a game where Murdock s h1ts equalled those of Gardner s the fieldmg proved the undomg of the splendid mttmg they dld against the difficult slants of Asnkamen who had plenty on the ball Although they spotted Gardner to sxx runs m the fifth the team from town went mto the seventh to get a five run rally which Just fell short of tymg up the game Munnocx DEFEATS HARDWICK IW ELEVENTH 2 1 Murdock annexed another vlctory to its list when It succeeded IH outplaymg the fast and scrappy little Hardwick team last Saturday May 20 at Hard wlck It took eleven innings for our boys to get thls game but they dld and won it by the tight score of 2 1 Bunchmg then' hits together m the eleventh when Occahlallnl hlt ascorch mg lme drive far mto left field for two bases scoring Eddle Barker who had reached third on a hit a wlld pitch and a steal Thls proved to be the wmnmg marker as Hardwick went out ln one two three order ln thelr last turn at bat Amby picked a fly out of a sand beautiful stop of a hard ground ball and Marshall Raymond disposed of Kalaforskl by pltchmg Just four balls to retlre the slde wm the game and come home happy This game has put us up ahead as the boys have won four and lost three The mfield has steadled down consider ably and ought to make a strong opponent to any team ln this locality Erme Poole was not at his familiar post m center held becouss of an 1nJury on hls leg suffered ln the Gardner game Johnny Lawton did exception ally well ln his stead fieldmg beautl fully and giving mce throw ms to the infield lt IS hoped that Erme will be able to get mto harness again soon as his base runnmg and hitting IS a valu able asset to the team ' ' ' n Q Q as Q tied, Murdock went in to win the to retire made 3 M URDOCK MURMU RS MURMURS' STAFF ASSEMBLY A somewhat dnferent and most mter estmg program was presented to th student body thls sprmg lfl the assemblx hall The Murdock Murmers staff had charge of the assemblx and presented ln an ente1ta1n1ng wax the object of thelr program a contest After the school orchestra had fur nlshed a fexx select1ons a p'axlet xx as g1ven entltled Does Murdock Une Thls plax let xxas xxr1tten bx Ieonard R Brlckev asslstant llterarx 9dlt01 The characters were the same as 111 leal ltfe the staff and the ent1re plot of the play dealt xx 1th the plesent con d1t1ons and vxhat would happen lt the cooperat1on of the students xxas not QIVGH In the play a to1test xxas suggested s1nce1t xx as thought by those toncezntd xvlth the paper that thls xx ould probably help to collect more me te1 1al 'lo make thecompet1t1onta1r tht freshmen x ould not compete xx 1th tht stn1o1 as p11Lts xxould Le gwen to eatn class the Wlll mng select1o11s to be 1JLllJl1SllEd 111 a pam June 1 1 ot t 1 Ill tns up tc. the 'adtm body llltl asket 111 to 11 1 t Lll patt 111 a1t111taxo1 1 1t1 ll sth- ol pal 1x1 tmezmoo 1tt1'11x t1o1 Ilullll. t111t plag111 sm or natella 1l1e1tx publlsnecl an l not one s oxx ll wlnch IS strc std the the copxmg often tlmes attempted IS harmful and dangerous both to the one xxho attempts It and to the magazme that punts 1t Although the seletuon may be cl nfftd a1d shghtly var1ed t e tuck xxnl alxx axs be dlstoxexed and the one who tl 1es such a th ng ls hkely to get 1Ilf0 ser ous tmu nle Robert K1dder co edltor of tht Jokes, vo1ced the op1n1on that tht students enjoyed r admg tne Jolxe page but often t mes comrntnted on the sta1e ness ol tl1e Joke r1l'1GIJlOglZ1I'D clo ed xx1th the school sm g and the loL01l0tlX9 led bv the statl lhe school orthe t11 under the supe1x1s1on ot Nlr lXI18GlF'l xxas an xnterestmg part of the 111 ogzam KN Ft RTLNATP B015 'inert me txxo extremelx toltunate c "1sl!lQC1O'J 111 111 me Pxmu a t n 1 s x11 1 x111ltt11J e1to11l11 a ll cl exxx IXITQD rtxc 111 1 n v t1t11e11e1oo111fra Y' 11x 1 NJ V Xb ll v1t1x1n l 1ol1 an Hllit oX N6 lll.I1Lll IOS LSblL Xlllllalllt' 1s t t A1ntr1c'1 l1St 1 I - y . 1 , , . 8 . . 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H S, 1 , 11 1 1111111 class xvlnc-h tof' '1s Clai' tr111 11,0 '1 119- ef - ' fl .-11 1. V - U ':'1v1111,tl1c April 11-Jliflayel. 'l'l.t' l1 en- l1Ql1 'g.,'- - -1,61-I .l'1f1'1:4l !l1en1sx,'lx'es '1 1111e21sef5.'. fl' ': g 511' - '-, Q 11' 1' 1,1 .111 . 11.11 1:1151-111s pints of interest in the ' - 1 . . . . , -- 15-1 . ' A 1 - 'L ' tm.1111111 catjx' ul -:ur C'llllIfl'.N'. 3 1 d ' of 1 -' l an 1 1,1 Si H 111-'.' l11' 'z , :s ll a " , 1 1 -' ' ' ' 'z Se -"Stl 1'fF" " at annex JLNIOR Paoyr In past years the walls of Nlurdock have looked dovsn on manv a colorful festrvrty some were successful others not so successful The Junror Prom whlch they sllently w atched last Frldav evenlng Aprrl28 mayyustly be added to the former lrst much to the delrght of the class of 34 At about 7 45 the rllumlnated squares here and there ln the dark brrck burldrng announced the begmnrng of the evenrng s merrvmak mg Cars began to park along the half crrcle drlveway The large double doors of the front entrance were put 1nto motlon by the steady arrrval of gay partres Farthful John Irwrn was at hrs post collectrng tlckets Shortlv Mr and Mrs EdgarH Phrl lrps Mr and Mrs Paul W Crowley and Mr and Mrs Guy B Staples the chaperones arrrved The eyenrng yy rs opened by a march led by the class officers Robert Curtrn presrdent march d at the head wrth Arlrne Brown lNext rn the lrne came Anne St Prerre treasurer wrth James Mc Donald vrce presrdent and behrnd them came Phyllrs Evans secretary with Edmund Barker of the semor class The ushers from the Sophomore class were Bey erly Boutelle Mary Connors Gerald Barryand Charles Tenny Later on rn the evenrng there were other nrarcnes led by the ushers the chap erones and the Prom commrttee Those on the commrttee were Arlrne Brown Ernest Poole Phyllrs Evans and Robert Curtln A new orchestra Harry Cllne s furnrshed the musrc tor the eyenrng A looker on would have found many strange faces rn the large group gath ered Donald Snyder of Gardner presrdent of theC NI I P A fCen M IRWLRS tral Mass Intersclolastrc Press Assoclatronj was there wrth a group of friends Ruth Howe formerly a member of the Junror class came all the may from Nashua to attend the dance One very notrceable fact about the affarr was the number of yerv stylrsh young ladresrr fluffy organdy Jackets wr h Joan Crawford sleeves dresses of delrcate hues touched vw 1th prnk and narrow metal cloth necklmes set on a dark background After the rntermrssron a march led by the chaperones started the dancrng once more Because of the delay at rntermrssron the last three dances of the evenmg were put into one and the Junror Prom ended a few mmutes 'lfter eleven QQ PRIZE Vi INNFRS Wrnners of prrzes ln the annual post er competrtron under the ausprces of the 'Vlass S P C A were awarded rn assembly on Tuesday mornrng As usual Murdock figured well rn th awards wrnnrng seven first prrzes five second prrzes and four honorable men trons The followrng recerved bronze medals symbolrc of first prrze Edwrna Wolskr Dorothy Stewart Josephme Johnson Albert Berard Sophre Kolo drnskr and Jane Newton The srlver medal second prrze was awarded to the followrng Dor1sFlagg Dorothy Mac Queston WmrfredWh1tney Wrl lram Gaudette and Ilona Mattson Rlchard Burt Elrzabeth Brourllette Phyllls Baker and Robert Zerlnsky recerved honorable mentron QQ Semor play The Lrlres of the Freld May 26 1 ' l 1 1 . u . 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Q I ' MURDOLK MURMLRS MRS ELLIOTT IN ASSEMBLY Mrs Howard Elllott was a lecent guest speaker at assembly We llstened wlth much pleasure to Mrs Elllott whom we all know so well and enjoyed her talk and recltatlons Mrs Elllott susprxsed the students when she chose as her sub1ect Your Professlon and Your Hobby Manv of us had expected to hear recutatlons and dxalect readmgs M s Elllottdealt Wlth the lesser known SCIENCES and profes slons askmg us of the student body lf we had ever thought of follow mg one of these botany taxxdermy zoology geology or varlous other 0lOg16S not so well knovvn"These are all thlngs w hlch we must conslder before plunglng bhndly mto a field whlch w e do not rel IS Hobbles Mrs Llhott w ent on to say must be chosen outslde your work somethmg to dlstract your mmd from the current lssues of your Job For lnstance have you consldered bemg a stamp collector? VS ould you thmk that some stamp you held m your hand mlght rlght one' Also 1n the process of collec tmg stamps from varlous countrles you may learn the country s affalrs :ts agrlculture landscape people pol 1t1cs and 1ts progresslveness All very mterestmg and mstructlng IS It not? Mrs Elhott dld not dlsappomt the students ln the resoect of readmg for whxch she IS so well known about town She gays twoyocular po tlavals Bettv ll ent to the Baseball Game w hlch lept the a zdlence ln an uproar and lom Daly s Culseppe the Bar ber adlalect ketch Vkllltll was as enthuslastlcally retelyed as the pre x 1Ol.lS one The Senlor glrls held a class meet mg to talk over speclal thmgs ln re gard to graduatlon They also chose the class flower Whlte and Red roses w ere gn en tlrst place A second class meetmff was held to declde freak dav and the parts for class dav The glrls of the Senlor class are plan nmg a so callcd Stag Iarty boys are not allow ed under any condltlon Good eats lfltGI'6Stl!lg' games Sktlm mmg and one of the best tlmes of the year for the glrls' The Semor contrlbutlon to urdock Nlght was 'lhe Final Sacrxflce very clever bullcsque Q I thmk there IS nothlng so cheapen mg to one as to chew gum ln a public place There IS never any necesslty tor It and what pleasure can ther be n lt? I conslder It a dlsagreeable hab1t Fw Gngory Ab It IS of mterest to note that the fo' low 1n'1 members of the Alumnl are graduatmg from other schools th1s year Bertha Solander New ton Hospltal Margaret Sullu an Wolcester State Hospltal Rose lk 111, uns Worce t r Stafe Hespltal M 1r1an Buteau ll Ol cestu State Hosfmtal Clara Cleave Sm mon Puth Gregory Brldgew ater State 'le achcrs N elmfv llall Emexson Lo'l ge of Oratory Collf ge College . v - . I I . u . 0 , '7 , . c-., b "V ' ' ' . - I . V 0 K A ' ' ' , U L' . 1 ' - 71 ' -, " 1. , H I v . A . - A- l ' ' ' I S. . I' . v 1 J V ' - r . . . e K' 9 1 Y. ' ' - an . ' H , 4. . . . ,, . f - .Vs v 9 l a . . , A , ,- I x . Y . . . . V h. ' - ' ' I ' r ' 1 ' '. s ' 1 - ' 7 ' ' ' f v ' 7 ' , . . ' ' v ' ' , f v 4 w 1 e ,X l l ' u , J v .I , . Q. L- be worth ten or twenty dollars? -tl.e . , - '- Q l u V. . ' n 1 7' ' -M xy ' W g . . . , ' 9 K v y ' ' - - - - . 1 I V , ' .- , L . L . . . . . . ', - , L , ' - ' - f ' . --' 1 ' V L .. L. . . ' :, ' n I ' r I 1 I v I' L4 ' ' ' Si' '. lf , ' 'I . I I ' Il 7 ll 1 I C . , I V , I. r ' ,, .I X A-t - I' L . 1 v 1 ' , . ' - ' , ' " w Q L k , 5 LJ A .L ' fn y .I w - r r 4 1 Q - 5, . . ' , W , 7' - Q- v w v 1 ' . ?' I ' , 7' t . . - . . . V . k-- u v - . v - ' L. . L . 1 '- . - .A L xc Ir ' VUHLOCK XILRNIUIFS 7 'wi L' llcujj- What y oull oe your rcactlon lf you overhe rd the follow my MISS Smxth Isa smart lol lm y oung glrl 1sn t she? W here does she go to school? At Murdock' Oh Iye heard that was a tough place It makes one feel verv angry doesnt lt? But don t lose your temper I sald lf I trust the above has never really rap pened because 'Vlurdock has a flaw less reputatmn But a school s narre IS a very changeable one wlfh new stu dents entering and old ones leavlng every year One class can reduce the hlgh standmg of a school therefore I am gomg to ask every one ln Murdock to note well the followmg rules But first Semors' Remember underclass mates look up to you pralse you and follow you Ask yourselves lf you set a good example for them not only m classes but at school dances and other enterta nments It s at such publlc placcs as dances that a school gets a reputatlon That IS whv class receptmns and partxes must be conducted strrctly Ihat IS the cause of keepmg tlcl et selhng wlthln the offices Otherwlse the hall would be crow ded w th rdf ralf well dressed but uff raff just the same At the commg receptnon d ubtless many a young man w 1ll be cscortmg a young lady Although xt IS not alw ay S done the bov should call for the glrl at her home Aruymg at the dance the glrl goes to the dressmg room fthe boy to hlsl for last mmute prmcpmfr The weet agar 1 whcrey er the other rartnf 1 s ar c n eetlng' and the glrl a few st Ja ahf ad ot the bov greets those ln the recelvmg lme fNone but the yery rudest of people fall to greet the re LLIVIPQ' lmel The bov must have the first dance wlth the voung lady whom he brought Afterw ard he should see to IE that she has seyeral changes of partners and IS not left alone whlle he dances wlth someone else The well bred younv man wlll have the dance before refreshments and also the dance Just after for obvious reasons At mtermlssron the ushers serve the chaperones A boy should wear a Tuxedo when h1s partner wears an evenmg gown but It IS customary at Murdock for boys to wear whlte trousers and black or navy blue coats Ey ery one w ants to appear well bred ln any SOCl9tV and as xt IS chlefly httle thmgs by whlch we arejudged I have yentured to lemlnd you of some recep tlon and dance courtesles lest we forget If the glrl IS obllged to leave early her partner must first cancel hls dances wrth other glrls Adleus should be Sald to the chaperones but not to ezery acquamtance at the dance On the way home they must not stop for a lunch any where but go home directly For so formal a dance as the Semox Receptlon a gurl needs an evening' V v I w .1 F , . . . 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Y Q- 1' v' s ' , Y MURDOCK dress not expensxve but an evenmg dress Sllppers and stocklngs should match or harmomze No hat 1s worn If a boy brlngs a glrl from another town he must mtroduce her to hls frlends so that she mav have a varle ty of partners A boy ls alvs ays 1ntro duced to the glrl as Mlss Smxth thlS IS Mr Brown o MlSSSm1th mav I mtroduce Mr Brown? If the person makmg the mtroductlons must leave the couple for a mlnute after the lntro ductlon he should ment1on a common lnterest of the two and thereby start a conversatlon Th1s takes sklll whlch IS greatly appreclated As an example There IS nothlng I enjov so much as a good hlke wlth plentv of eats as a goa Catherme Sullwafn Can anything be weaker than ln dulgmg only ln thmgs whlcn please us? It IS a known fact that at some tlme durlng our llfe we shall have to take ever so much better to do th1s wx 1th a grm and with ambltlon then IU a glum and slxpshod manner lt IS the first at tltude Whlch makes llfe worth l1v1ng Vtrgzma Race A good cltlzen cannot but have 1ll feelmg toward the n e 1 g h b o r s and townsfolk who have so lxttle regard for beautv as to pull up the rare w lld plants by thelr roots Ruth Jones 'klax l borrow xo ll pe 1011" Dux n and dax out the sam fer on asl s the ame QUBNLIOU And day ln and du out that p rson torgets to return the borrowed artxcle Wouldn t lt be vt on derlul lf a pencil could be tlclllled to stuck to xts on ner Htlerz 'llczl s'a MURMURK sa Mr Brovsn IS mterested 1n muslc also Mlss Smlth CThat1s lf he IS, or Mr Brown IS like yourself a brldge fan As an acknowledgement of an mtro ductxon How do you do IS sufficient Such phrases as Charmed Imsure and Pleased to meet you are aftec ted and lmproper New etlquette en courages naturalness IH the ballroom and elsewhere By bemg natural and slncere one can avold awkwardness and embarr ssment When a boy IS mtroduced to a glrl duung a pause ln the dance he must ask her1f she would care to dance Often whether one IS concelted or not m the ey es ot the publlc depends upon where the crltlcxsm came from and under what clrcumstance lt arose Ambrose Doyle As we look back and realxze that we have not been the students that we commgs may be a little overlooked Carlton Deermg Of coursea real artlst cannot ap preclate my attltude but to me It IS true mlsery to slt before a drawlng board and go through the contortlons of drawlng somethlng Edzth Smzth I wonder Just why lt IS that a person really wants to go to college? lt sure ly can t be Just because he wants to study or to acqulre knowledge from books Char les B1 fqgs The first slgn of sprlng ln the clty 1s the parade of new sults new coats and new straw hats ln the country lt IS the parade of new leaves new grass new green new llfe ex ers vx here Rachel Allen , ' ' y:-54 . Y . . . . . . . . ,, . . ' 9 y '- 0 9 . . . ,, . . . . , , , 1 1 ' , B 1 o i ' - u 0 ' lt 11 ' ' 1 . ' ' ' ' Y - 44 y n u ' ! 1 . . U . . . as yy , - . ,, , l 44 . . , ' - . , - r- , , - - ' n ' ' , ' a . . ' . , I I ' I D . - L u Q o , I X U i ' ' . . . . , A 8 Q i the bitter as well as the sweet. It is could have been, we 218k that Our Sh0I't- . r . Y . . ' ' - W il U . j Q 0 . . v . . 1 x ' . . . - , K x x .1 I I r , n ' - i Q S 'x.j . tl. 4." ' .i V. U ' tl . . 2 l x 3 ' l' if l g 4 1 - S Aw ' , U y l 5 7 . Q I 1 1 e s ' ' .t Y 1 . Y U v - ' n Y v 1 ny 1 . 1' ',: h ' NIL Hllfit lx MURMUR5 Faoxl THE QENIORS A ralny day IS Just the tllne fol readlng an 111lf9l6StITlg book I-azti Blzss Oh hoxv I hate to get up xx hen II s cold But on a cl 31 SD"lI'Ir, mornlnfr fter a good sleep hoxx dllfcrent lllx feellrlg Gfllnztllt Bclaflqe, Such Jostllng and p Io'IIll f tnr lugfl a bo stelous mob of n cn md bovs xx om on and chlldrell Pus ICAIIQ e tl, where the owners Sllfltltl lfr thcll xx ares some of them e cn U'ldS,Jlll f me by the alm ln tllelr elfffrness to sell Such 15 FCIHIIC ' H ll hallxct I rtgetstmm As I looked back at th IV shlneton stately ClIg'Y1ltV IS worthy the memorv of the Father of Oul f ountrv Fletrllef I love to xxalk among daxxers and smell Ih91I"iXKe9t fragrance Fhex drlxe away any gloomy thoughts I may haxe and make me feel that there ale thlngs ln the Wolld worth llWlIIg for Ionzse P1 zest There IS notnlnff more trxlng to me than taklng care of the grounds about my hollse I nlow and tl-lm and the result resembles ap' lsoner s halrcllt A texv days of groxxlnff glV6S It a falrly lespectable appealance but thls IS onlx for a perlod of twenty four hours when the same xx ork leturns xxlth the same results Bal lter All throueh the vlnter I haxe enlox ed l1bC6l11HU' ID on Satuldax aftelnoolls to tne opera broadcasts from the Wletropohtan Opera House Ill Nexx Yol k Clty My tavorlte opera stars are Lawrence Tlbbett and Llly Pons Betty Johannesson Ibellcxe that thc best remedy lor peop'e atfllcted xxlth tusslness and frettu Il ss IS to turn them out lnta g 'en to xx ork among tloxx ers Qlfznn Iroken elass elcpl ed to the sun s raxs max cause SBIIOLIS tolest IIIQS Ihl should be a warnlng to plcnlckers lrnlfnparz Xxllcll I telephorf to tl frlend the famlly slmply puts me ID the back se lt LNCIIY member has to speak elthel flII'eCIly Ol lfldlrectly to her be fore I can put IU mx xx old Now I no longer telephone I convey my mes sage ln ptlson llyrtle lIacQueston The b st x ly of maklng ourselxes broader more lntelllgent more cultl xated lltlnes IS through xx ISE readlng Jane Veu ton Illlte Cab Calloway s YIILIQIC as It COITLS IH OVGI the l'idl0 xx lth ltS exhller atlng poundlng cannaballstle rhythm It ftppeals to the cale free Slde of my nat 119 Diamond I d llke to be lflsherman And nexel haxe .1 xx lsh IOI lxnoxxlefllzf galned lt anx school In cult 1SCl'I0Ol ot flsl Inflemlle If I could haxe the xxeather to mv lllxlllg' all the daxs xxould be falr the necessary storms would come at nlght Ruth Fletcher lk lk 3 XX hen the laln IS DOUTIITQ' down upon the tent rn lklng It almost lmDOSblbld to sleep a good xxay tollx en the SDIFILS ot the campers lo to relate storles elther p. st adxentules of real llfe Ol lmaglllaly lncldents Mac Queston . 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A f , MURDOCK MURMURS MY VISIT T0 WASHINGTON By Sidney Fletcher We, by thatI mean the Peterborough High School Senior Class and several outsiders, including myself, left early Thursday morning arriving lll Wash Ington on Saturday night We spent Friday night ID New York after hav Ing seen parts ot the city from a large sight seeing bus Saturday noon we were In Philadelphia After lunch vIe took a ride through this city stopping at a few historical places Easter Sunday we were IH Washing ton where although lt vIas raining I attended a service at the largest Con gregatlonal Church IH the city The afternoon was spent IH riding thiough the city going by the residences of ForeIgII Ambassadors and Legations and of prominent senators We made a VlS1t to the zoo and stopped at the FI an ciscan Monastery of whIcn there are only three In the United States We also stopped at the beautiful Lincoln Me morIal We passed mam of the pi bhc buildings many rox ernment buildings and the Soldiers Home The Library of Coigress Inas our destination after supper This IS a Ieiy beautiful buIldIng III II hich the oriff llldl of the Declaianon of lndepend ence IS kept aI d guard' d here too are copies of all the dIf'feIent I I I cs printed Ill the Uflltccl Stites n 'Nlouln IIe Iisitfd the Q p Chambcis find the Stnite Lhinbers II eIIt thruu h the H Ill of Statues and sa I the Presid nt s I ini I ll U thc electric ca Ixlnch r ll s undein atn the Scnat Ln Imlti totx Sen itel unding X all I s if 1' Rc I IItIe 1 l tlic I Annapolis IIlIeIe attei topping 101 a brief I sit to tic bl Ke L nt lt went directly to the Naval Academy Here cadets were drilling, playing games, and exercising on different parts of the campus. Some of the men were out in sailboats or up in sea-plaIIes. It was Tuesday morning when we went to the top of the Washington lion ument from which we could obtaln a wonderful view of the city That same day we went through the Bureau OI Printing and E l7'I'dV117 ta s whei pap r currency II 1 all np are mad Then IIe sp: ntan hour In going through the different blllldlllgs of the Smith sonIa'I Institute This gave us only Just about time enough to glance at the rel Ics as we NX alkcd th ough Afterwards vIe VlSlt6d the Writ House going througn only a Iery few of the rooms and glancing at the beautiful grounds The rest of tlIe day was spent at Arlington Lemetery where the Fomb ofthe U1lilONI1 S0111 r 15 constantly guarded at the Lee Mansion and at Mo lllt Vernon thc old home of Wash Ingtsn on the Potomac River On our return to the city vve went through Alexandria to wisit the famous old chui h which Le and lVdSlllI'l""tOIl attended Wednesday morn nv' we Iere Indeed sorry to leave for honIe but Ive all rc 'Ihr d that we had seen a city VNl11Cl1 IS very much II orth seeing 'l hat night Lay ed In INew 'koi ls. a Il IrrII ed lIome lite 'lnursdav aIteIII Ion IHOPQ than p eased II lill the LI I Pitrstvrxriox oi BA'IxER BI An I IUSC D05 e I hn II ls mth 'I mixture of prnlt aI Il I0 grct that 1 hold this bann r befoie Iou Tli Ie, IS ,II le foi the siccessful 3llI uns IIhIth IIe haIe come thiough mth nol ttle honor and person I1 'IchIeItnIent l re lblf Iet for I D, - ,, . 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V ' .fa 3'z I-' TQ.. 2 , , I 1 I ' X .- 1 - N ' , 1 t q, . we '1' I1-l Sena!-ir hehe.. LI If IIe - V ' I-I 1, . ' v I ' . ' -.' - --. met fl7l'dFf,'li2 I l'IlIny. 43 1 ' 1- ' .I fr ' n I aft.-x'.Ioo: we rode by bus lo Q '2 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - - ' I I , fw. ' ,I ' . . . ' .A ', 'I' I-' il C11 QI, I. 1 I ' ' I L19 ' g' 1.13 N1 U RDOLK short time left to us before yye take our places as alumni of Murdock As president of this class of 1933 it becomes my duty and pleasure to pass on to you our beloy ed and beautiful banner symbolic in its colors of the finest attributes a Murdock student should attarn to The red denotes yrgor the strength and courage to battle yyrth all problems that may assarl y ou We haye yy atched you this year from our superior heights of knowledge and vyrsdom and can truthfully say that at times you have which refuses to be beaten by drflicul ties Some of you have eyen come out conquerors oy er algebra and science not to the extent yye drd no class could excel us but neyertheless yery credltably on your part The yyh te of the banner is the fine sprrrt yvhrch keeps Murdock School forever rn the hearts of its graduates Thr co operative spirit too yve have yy atched grow rn you so that rt is with but little fear that we turn our banner over to you to be carried through your next three years as a reminder of the splendrd yvork and sprrrt of the class of 1933 and as an incentive to you ta reach as near to our heights as rs possible QQ Key Oratron By Charles Briggs In behalf of the class of 1933 rt be comes my duty to bestoyy upon the Jun iors this token of honor the key to suc cess prosperrty and happiness It rs with the greatest pleasure that I accept this dutv to yy hr h due Justice can hard ly be given For one year yve have cher rshed this token without which our NILPWLHN struggles yould haye been rn yarn The difficult tasks yy hrch rt has light erred for us and the run erous ideas yyhrclr lt has reyealerl to us y sn ll ney er hope to recall We bid you lun rors to consult it rn ture ot dcrrbt or drficulty Learn to trust its unerrrrw reply yhrcl' is for your oyvn yyelfare and that of your fello y men Nlalye It your personal duty to apply thi key to all your unconquerable difficulties and your unbearable burdens and y ou haye our assurance that this done on your part the olution clear and rrrple rs the time wl cn you yy rll be the ones to take our rrlrce 'rnd not until then can you stc more clearly than words can expr ess hoyy this neyer falllhg friend rs to influence your future ca reer We trust that you yvrll fill the vacancy made by us in such a manner that no fault or flaw can ever be detect ed We haye set a stardard Juniors that rs not easrly attained y et yy e know that you have the ability to reach this standard both morally and intellectual ly rf you yy ill eyert yourselves to the utmost of your ability and make use of every possible advantage 'lrue to our promrse yye have kept this token throughout the year spot less and trust that you will be able to say tl esame at the close of vour senior year It is yyrth the greatest sorrow that yye part yyrth it this key vyhrch has guided us through difficulties rncon cervable which has lightened burdens unbearable but Juniors we don t think first of oursely es and our oyvn vyelfare but of you and your future So yve pass this key on to you May rt guide your footsteps and help you to climb to the topmost round of the lad der of success, which leads to the Hall of Fame . , y , - ' ' . , ' s f r r ' s '. -. " ' D' 1 , . ' '- ' - ' r ,, ye ' zz ' . . q A A YY. 4' I A 1 .aj 1 ' v 1 ' ' f " I A Y' , -I 1 Liv -1 I .V 4 - , ' ' , r s , A ' t ss . , shown already something of this spirit Will 126 6XlPCSfd I0 View- Nfit far HWHY ' ' - '. A ia j " 1 . ' l A L ' , . . , ' i 1 ' k J 1 - v 's A v , - 1, Y H Y . v . . , i . '. ' I ' A ' . I ' . v 1 v 4 1 .1 1 'S - ' , , A 3 y v 1 : V L n A ' - J . 7. , . , ' X Y ' ' ' . 9 v ' u ' K: N ' V 'R O . 1 D l I , l I . 1 . J . ' 1 , ' Y 7 5 Y Y Y - v N . - B ' ' V A , - v , . T 1 N ' Y N ' . . V . . . r V -2 . 't - . - MLTRDOCK MURMU RS What greater contrast could a re- porter experience than in having to interview Greta Garbo and Eddie Cantor on the same day. Pratt ll' lk ll What I like to do most is to 1'ead'and my prefe1ence is for my sterx CtO119S although I like any type of nox el xx hich has plenty of action Ftclyn Dt foe Walking through the xvoods xx1th my dog at my heels, is my greatest pleasure Ilona Mattson I find patience is most uetessarv IQQLIIIEIHBINI in caring toi children H1 Zen Petuson I stood b8fO19 the gitat Sphinx, vxcndering 11 his reputation foi 1115 dom were really t1 ue I'hen I 1 ut the question which had so long been tloubhng ine Why do I haxe to take English? 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'As .' j L 'gm 5: QL ffm 52: KE1' ' 7 :'Cf."l1l!li "W.xx'r A1w"lM'z:.,'u -3 1 esgmx ' if 'A.:l"21lI'f'J'NI'.!"K'-"l'-' - '., ' ' ' g the 'IS Rza. W' 1 2 Q' .1 1 "g'uz1m.1Le A fiuszlcss Chnl" 1' F1112 f'I'JWl6f."" ' om. Wx A 2 1 5" z'l,ev' rout' ' " dg . XV n SL: A ln' Q lm: if :if ' '10 l' ' Q. 1 ' ' ' I ' sy- '- ' . ' :A.f '22 lim' ff 1.-.' .' "1 " :SO - ' Q'2?'u'1'm 111. VV :F .N ..,2'-. ' . 4... ' . -' .'v, ,,j- . M URUUCK MURM URS Wanted: For the Senior Class a dollar and ten cents or a pair of gray striped Wanted Wan ted Wanted Wanted: Wanted Z6 V pants. Must be bad. : An elevator to elevate the juniors. : Some intelligence for the freshmen tfuturell : A school bus to take Murdock pupils to out of town games. The impossible one session. A good bell that xx ill nex er fall to ring on time MURDOCK s 1'AN1lLIXR QtoTAT1orxs YEAR 1934 Waste no time in xxords IeofLa1d Platt A gentle m nd ot rural breed ng, By nature hrst and than bx ltddlllg Ilona 'Mattson Little said is soontst n ended Rachel Allen Pleasant to xxallt vxlth ple tsant to t lk xxlth And pleasant to thinlx about Annette Rice He IS hypnotized by his own thought Robeot Mmplzy He hath an expression ot sleep ut on his brow Hemy Fogustrom Fools rush in yxhere angels fear to tlcad M111 ion hmqzus The frivolous vxorlt of 1OllS1'f.C1 idleness Lobevt 'llzmay Practice makes perfect Pranl I4 eznstcuz What she say s you max beliex e and pour x our soul upon it Gladys Flagg He hath eaten me out of house and home Better late than nex tr One vast substant l smile The glass of fas ion and thc mold of form I see before me the gladiatoi he He s a tool xx ho tl ll ls hx torce or skill 'lo turn the currtnt of a xx oman s xx ill Ju t a cl ,t sitxon sumix Just the xx ish to help tnothei altng non e x x or f eak tc now am s'm ol s t o o t t md Le n c ll f 1 1 s QlUl1tll12 ,ra i ig, txm Un thtir oxx n nent modest men ue dumb I xvxsted time and noxx tlu h time xt aste me Iidmtmd Bar! 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' , T 1 ' . , ' s1LRUoxK URNL She nothing common dld or mean Smooth runs the w ater where the brook 1s deep Come and trlp It as you go On the llght fantastxc toe Her han' drooped round her gentle face Llke seaweed round a clam Wrlte me as one w ho lowes her fellow mer My Splflt IS a horseman rldxng rldlng on She walks serene So calm and unafraxfl Happy IS she she IS not ,et so old But she may learn Breathes the keen alr and carols as he goes For thou art long and lank and brown As IS the ribbed sea sand A little nonsense now and ther Is rellshed by the wlsest men Her mxrth the world requmred Where shall we rank thee on Glory S Pag Then come and klss me sweet and twenty For courage mounteth Wlth occaslon Much lndustry accompllshes much Ilzyllzs Smith Fur Gregory Helen Valasla E1 elyn Ileroe P zrgzma Rzc Jane Newton Pzta B1 elmo I mu 0 Burl Zell Szdney I' lefcher Homer Buteau Ruth Jones Cather me Sullivan Doris Schoerner Mzldred Lawrence Allen Lajrenmc Vma Greene I know a tnck worth two of that Leonard Mac Queston Bamsh plump Jlm and bamsh all the world James Townsend For my VOICQ I have lost It wlth bellowmg and smgmg of anthems Gab? zelle Belangel A poor lone woman Faith Blass No delays will have no dangerous ends Demarw Carl Llfe would be too smooth w lthout rubs In It Helen Petmsofn An angel' or lf not an earthly paragon' Myrtle Mac Queston It 13 tranqull people who accompllsh much Edith Smzth A moderate pace for a long race Roger Clark 5 ' 3 3.1 ' .PRS - s ' , A 1 u ' . v V V K' ,. . . .5 . , .M V ' ' . f .S 1' Cheerful at morn he wakes from short repose, I I V. V u . v r ' ' e? I , . ' - A . Y ' . , ' , ' . . 4 MUHIJHCR MURMURS HL Bn I AD oy NIR XX ALTI P LA Hr or Nuff 1 VM: xe often read 111 tors book C om ul J qamei me 11 Mme He xx ew 1 bl 'V e COUT"3SI6O1lQ 'N in 1W1le ' lwr H mul 11 x nf to e xallms te Iltl' t 1 vm 0 uw Ju .mc for It ncrl 1 L1 It STU 1 me 11 mon com nan ml 1 nc soc 1 U C113 In 5, fm 111 L11 coer vsf Iwk o for h X L 1111 x 4 K Cl uw . ll W Lcllvif It tx! CVR O X ,leff-11, x 0 111 hfxx hmxe 1 KUKSU K1 if LU xmt at hex Qplnudld court L xT1CJ.1XXa1dl+11n 0118 was then tbqt He s novec 1 fx SlJltdl1IHlh '-Ln flLO1 LN RQ the wuddie on xe x 1 C1 Lhug QL G11 hu e 4111 I4 L U1 1 Y L In N 1 L V 5 Y 5101111111 11 ik . sul L1 ' e Ummm lt 'tm Nl ll xmmlxr GLW T t 'lj 1 -:. ' 1.3111 Hy D is S ,f filer Jf,1'1f5'rh'fL3 ST z S Z'-V115 ll- muff. WI rl ,z Ly, he used hear Th .' 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MITRIJOCK ML'RMl'l'r1 TRAX ELS Bx Vxrgmla R ce The sun chops doxx n to rest once more And I am left xx 1th dreams galore My thoughts noxx trftx el far and xvlde To foreign shores and country slde Nix bodx sloxxlx floats ID spate I find 1nx self ln some strange pl ue Ah ye Tis England s rloxx is I see Her haxx thorn bush and xx ee Lld.lSV And then to Pans xx Nh lts brlght bax caberets and shining hgzhts xX1th slim mx steuous matlemmstlles And fine young count quite stuck on selx es r rom herel pass to brllhant bpaln And find that I un once agam Enchanted bx a IOIIIBIIUC race Whose ex erv move 19 ease and grace DO ln my dreams I trax 81 far Through huxope, Asia Afrlca But vx 1th the da x n I cease to roam And nexx Jox s find 11ght here at home 'NN IITIA1 I Hy I hxlhs bnnth XX hen the bt sy dax IS done And tvs lllflfllf shadoxxs f ill Inxenlng songbnds oie bx one 'Io then' mates xxill call Beside the hrook the tftll dark pmt XX ax es grentlx to and ho llex sh ltloxx x bunches soft outhned XX ltlnn the stream lveloxx lkhoxe the shx of lnlue black hue XX1tn SllXt'lX st ns lb fletlxctl nntl the tloxxus lllllllillig' e It in letros vcct Ant! nnxx the ffolllcn moon at a t oow t ox n on x mle ant ll Its gloomx hadoxx s round are ca t XX ith 'axxe mx belllg s filled . . , ' 1 . 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A Q X la 9 A 21 Q 9 Q. Q1 ' . - . . . v n y n , , - 1 ' ' , 1 - a n K, V . . 7 u , 1 , V - 1 I , - V , , A l L Y U . . . . D If 5 H 1 H ' ' 1 yy ' - Ac ' . . . . H H - ' 1 , ru ' D 14 , ' H ' ' 1 - ' - ' v ' y n 9 V -'V - ' r 1 - ' ' Q if ar l ca - V' 9 I V.. . .N n . ' ' I i- V . H 77 ' - ' f ' '. A.R. ' V' ' V' ' ' Y 1' .l 1 ' ' . b I . U r L ,rv '. . ,. ' Y V . . 6 ." . L V1 :V V I Vx-'V V V z r 1'- ofthe soldrer after hrs return to hrs hm. Wm Tru, Cglnqlicationq occuring l Y x , . ..c , . a r , . " . A , M , -' ' ' A 'X fr gas' . ' '- 'yr . ' 1 iv ' FB Ja n - are Q I' Q. . . . r.. - 2 V :V 1 7 Rel ' ' , a 1-:rxrrzrrr slrlicr, lr' ' ' V-,- , L-.kr-El' L-2 , - V. 3 ,, ,. .T it , Luz- .' " ' ' ' ' ' un' -' ' - ' ,'. ' ' .' - . .V V .' . . , , v , V '- ' d - st r " ' 1 1 l '- f V . A .- ' ' ' 5 5 gl V ' jfr ,, r i his .' - Il-Jj' MUPDOC K HURWIURN where he advertrses and sells Tono Bungay a patent medrtrne whrclr rs provrng to be a great seller due to rts alcoholrc content Through th s fake me lrcrre mrllrons are made and then squandered by the uncle who Hnally becomes bankrupt. The matrrmonral lrfe of the nephew wrth hr unhappy marrrage drvorce and a final fallrng rn Ioye yy rth hrs chrld hood sweetheart wno refuses hrm because she couldr t lrve rn hrs sphere permeates the story 'I he plot moves rather slow ly becau e of too much explanatron though now and then there are spurts of actron C, D The Portrart by VK rlder Vlhen you get trred of readrng the usual type of noy el then by ll means read Vtrlder s The lortrart fhrs book has an uncannv mystrfy mg story and too rs strangely appeal rng It rs the story ofa beautrful young man who hates to thrnk that he yy rll grow old He has a portrart of hrmself made He w rshes that the portrart may grow old rn hrs stead and that he may always remarn young Thrs amazrng yvrsh rs granted and ey ery trme the man does somethrng wrong the portart becomes gruesomely older whrle rn hrm the years make no drfference lhere rs a yerv peculrar endrng to thrs strange grant of a strange wrsh The book rs one ot Wrlder s best It yyrrl ccrfarnly Qrve one pleasant hours yy hrle readrng rt Q P G rlusha the Magnrficent by Joseph Lrntoln Galusha rs a trnrrd mrddle aged ar cheologrst y ho accordrno to the doc tor s orders goes to lrve at East Well mouth on Cape Cod Ht boards at the home of Nlrss Nlartlm Phrpps a strong wrlled frrendly woman talusha wrth the rmpulsryeness natrye to l'rm helps 'Wrss Martha out of a drfhculty whrch leads hrm rnto a trouble w hrch he trles to keep secret but yy hrch flnallv works out all rrgl't after a thrrllrng clrmax Read thrs book about a quret queer lrttle man yy ho yy ould rather spend hrs trme rn a grayey ard r adrng the rn scrrptronson tombstones th rn rn Jolly lryely company Read of hrm as the man yy ho helps hrs frrends when thev are rn trouble and as the man who hnally br rngs about the marrrage of the tyyo young lovers lhe author s style rs lrgnt and amus rng makrngthe book very ea y readrng Q 65 lhe Fducatron of al Prrncess by the Grand Duchess Marre Thrs rs the story of the fall of the Royal Famrly ot Russra yy rrtten by someone who really knows the detarls from the rnsrde Instead of readrng sncne ddll dry hrstory book to learn about Russ a s part rn the World War why not read thrs rnterestrng brography of the Grand Duchess Marre What happened to the Czar and hrs famrly when they were packed lrke cat tle rnto a crowded tram and dumped rnto Srberra lrke a load of gravel? What happened to Marre s Aunt Ella? What became of Marre s oyvn famrly and the aunts uncles and cousrns who were closelv related to the CLar and Czarma'7 What happened to Drmrtrr after hrs ex rle to the Crrmea? Besrdes the answers to these ques trons w e lraye the story of Marre s own lrfe to the trme she made her escape to Parrs We see her as a chrld rn the coun try we know her rmpressrons of the royal ceremonres and then we enter rnto her eyperrences at the front and finally the leavrng everythrng behrnd s , . . . . ' - 1 "A ' 1 , , - .1. V . . '. . V V , '. , , . I . , . I . . . V .' . - . , ' Q , X 'N-s . . ' V ' . A Irv. . . . - - I V . . 1, 1 y ' Q y 1 v . 1 v r 1 7 s 1 n . . . Y r . 1 , ., . T . . V Y. . . - . . 4 V Y 0 . . - . C, A .. ' , N . . . N I . . . L ., 4 , , . . . . Y . . . .. , . V . . Y ' v 1 Q ' 4 v -4 ' 1 , ' , ' 1 .' 1 - ' 1, I . V . , yt I, v . . , . D r. Y mv I . ng, ,t . I . J . 7 . . v w . ' , .' li 9.- , . 1' 1 H u ' 97 ' ' ' . . , . . - Y ' . . Q . V . .1 . L v ' ' ' - f 7 1 ' 5 7 I . . v . v . . . I ' '- 1 : ' ., 1 1 , 1 I 7 Q ' . ... ,, 7. I ' - . . . . . ' . x . 4 ' . . . . V - . . - 9 y . ' ry - 4 ' 7 ,, .w v . . . . , . Y L. . 7- . , , V , , . . - , . A l ' . V 1 . l-A. . v . . . . . 4. , .' ' ' 5 . , IJ. P. , .ILA - 1 f ' v v ' 7 . . . - 1 L . I , . , . . , . . . . - .- l V ' , , ' v '7 1 1 YI ' ' 5 9 b , v ., - - . . . , A , I . . . IxlUlLl1l,MQK N1 U HM Ulir to escape from the murderous hands of the Revolutionists. I enjoyed this book very much, both FOI the descriptions of thc lift of the Czar and h1s fam1ly and the Grand Dukes and Duchesses and also for the character of the Crand Duchess Marie Just imagine a glrl xx ho could dare to stand agamst a xx all and not t1x to es cape xx h11c sold 1 ers xx e1e steadily marchlng up the hill be11t on kllllllg her Shadoxxs on the Rock bx Willa Cather A shlp salls axxax the xxllag is c t alone for s1x lo11g snovxx xxlntcr months Hlgll aboxe t'cst11l LlllTS TISS, the St Laxx renee flows sloxx lx on beloxx savages 111hab1t th d1st neo to the nearest to x ll thls IS Qucbec Ill the seventeenth centurv W11la Cather has made thxs tl ll a11d place verv real and xerx 1nuc11 1l1xe 111 her Shadoxxson the Roclx read tl11s bo '1tf1rex'11c1e 1 lll l11sto1x, and I havc nexcr enjoxel an asqgned book as much l became es lJcC'13llX fond of se er1l fth1 ch xrac ters They xxe1e not fxt11orl1 fllx Df opl1 but M1ss Cathe1 makesus knoxx me m the shoc n 1l Ll thc apotlwc-arx 1 sstlrs t e11r1e st tht box 1 ICSC. Il nei clifl 111t c ue 11 I '-1 The Xxxalxenxng, oflltlena Kuhn 1 Qc 'c 1 1 1 c 1'c1 c 111xo1x 1 6 2.6 Xlslls fs CAL, mmat 1c 11Teo 1 s Richie. The breaking of a lifelong silence between a father and son, the discovery of the real purpose of the st1a11ge1 s x isits and the future ot the orphan box a1e1nc1dcnts xx h1ch lold one s 1nte1est 111 the 11oxel The storv snoxx s xx hat con1p11cat1o11s can a11se 1n a small countlx tox ll anf. hovx chalac t 1 Hldx be affected bx them lf -xou lilxe cha1actcr1oxcls vo11 x 11l End the change IU Helena R1ch1e an lntezcstmg storv 'VI P .QQ The Lncular Stalrcase by MARY RoB1:RTs RIWEHART ine Cncular Stancase IS acom b111at1on of 1nxste1y and romance fhe rca1,1lot l1 s 1n findmg tl1e1nurde1e1 ot Arthur Armstrong but IH dom f t111s tl1c1e1s 11o11a1cetl1rovx111n wh1cn 1s LU1'lI'lLl9d throughout tnc st01x and xx h1cl1 plaxs a verx lmportant part Arthur Armstrong 12 muldered ln 111s iather s country l1ouse xvl11le the lcst of his fannly 15111 the South The house l11s becn rentcd for thc sum ner by txxa xaung people and then aunt or afoian ri 1"1Il16 i'11Sl 111ght spent in me nouse a gl 1pp111g d1 1111 1 IS enacted X1 l111 Aunstrong Is lxllled on the to ll ll 111ght In t1,5l1lg' to nad the mul dcrci ascc1etroon a b1111c robbeiy and a strange llllllll are among the llC'fl6l1IQ xx h1ch iollo x o11e mother In rapid success11n c xc1 Ollelslx 1L111sus1e11sc 111 1 1 1axx111g xx l1 1 to ul I 'e Ln ls l-x to1 l JU 1 1 llllfilll s lhc l11eauIl1o1 11 s 1 5 ID 8 Nur AL. 1 5 olx 1. 11c s ll e 111 cl x 1 xx11e A' Q iv J J Q. u, v v - q Q , . . , 1 - L , 1- 7 ' Q ' A v A. -N 1 1 -1 1- ' 'l r - . l' 1 ' f 1 -' - ' L ' s.. 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Wa' " 'll Grarit anal S11e1'11'1a11 x-.'111-1- bulk MllXl o I lwlrsz xn t Lou1s nd xmem Abraham L1ncoln was an unlx an lawyer IH the nelghbor ng state of mor Iery vlxldlx IS shoun he Ire lg between the North and tle Qoutn The bltterness ul Ich the Nov th felt toward Lmcoln IS exceedmglx well expressed and evcplamed Wouldn t x ou llke. to hear the I lncoln Dougla d hates tcld in aD1Ilf9I9 t TheCr1s1s Justonemfrc word Da not tllllllx that the noxel IS wholly about DOllflCdl lssues because It lsn t there Is a lovely romance runnln through It Heard ln Advanced Algebra Coach Lau ton vw hat ansu er dld you get for the 219 th Lawton Thlrty hundred and three Coach D1d anybody el s e get a dlfferent answer? T Poole Yes' I got three thousand three Q Q Who has been uslng my ra7or" It xx on t cut Why you dont mean to sax your beard xs tougher than thlSlIIlOl8L1!'!I It Q eutlst Whit can do for x e for I lttle gnl I have a Yoothache and I came to haxe If pulled D' ntlst Well do you want some tut uell on th xt 1teg1rl X s I x 'mt some that nock em stiff on xt Radw QQ Ile xrd ln Algebr 1 otch It I c 1' thu desk up wxtm a saw lnto an lnhnlte number of parts whatvxoulcl I have T Poole sawdust Q Notlce Sent Around for Wlodern European History There ulll be a ulltten reweu H1 Africa Asla Central and bouth America Vurrent Events postponed to Aprll 24 A LANILINT Px Ruth lonel NN e felt that bprlng once more was here But Wmter gave a mocklng Jeer, "You thmlt that I haxe gone? Oh, no!" And he covered the ground agaln wlth snow No more we smg m joyous rhyme, Young men and malds of many mmdsg For IH these cold and dreary days We find no poets' sprmgtlme lax s. Myra ' ' :. was b tr 'l " .V ' S. 'r, a 'l 1 ' ' ." . Ls Y 1 f 'P 'no ' g j ' j Ill' ' J "" ,' ' ' t, ' ' 2 ." ' an f , ' 1 1 Q -J '- . ' 'tl' S J Ur "1 "V 2 -' I -you t ' A Q ' littl, G 17" f L, ' , 1' . , , 4 ' I ' S e . Q ' ' ' ' s - 2 '. I 'A , ' '. V- ing manner? Then read this book thing on M?" " ' I ". ' I 4 ' . f Iftl ' 1 " 'e:, v. ' of ' , , V ' v v , ' ' V' ,' -K 1 I if . 1 1 - "' 4 1 ' . V.G. Q Q F:-.1 ' '14 'I' B - ' ' - , . Q' v 'P .' .' '1 . . W ' AK ' 0 . KJ V . . . M.S. La LE Lb 1 Y 1 - W ' . Y MURDOCK IURM URS RED HOT Holdmg her tlghtly vu 1th one hand he struck her agaln and agam Hou ever not a sound escaped her not once dld she lose her head Fmallw wlth a sputter she flamed up for ex en red heads can'10t contaln the ns lx es forever Wlth a sigh of rehef he hfted the match and hghted hxs clgarette Peoples Gas club News A busmesl promotlon man vx as gomg brlskly about hls first day s vsork at one of the larger and newer hotels He handed hls secretary a hst of names and asked her to underscore certam ones wlth red lnk She bustled out and made the rounds of sex eral depart mental offices Breathlessly she retulnefi Behexe It or not she sand there lS no red lnk ln thls hotel The newspapers shall know about thus lmmedlately he exclalmed tak mg on a blt of 6XClt6Il16llt hlmself Check up agaln though and make certam that you have overlooked no ofhces She got back all zlght mth a whole quart of red mk Some one had dlrected her to the accountmg department The Neu lurk Sun Advertlslng avency contact man to the manufacturer ot a halr restore: Now we vvon t do any thmg so crude as to offer a guarantee to the user of vour product I ol We ll merely en close a camb wlth each dollar bottle The Flame ORDER IN THE COURT Judge Cm dentist chalrl Do you swear that you wlll pull the tooth the vxhole tooth and nothmg but the tooth? Boston Tld7lsCI'ljJf Too MUCH OVERHEAD Mxke Uld you hear about the un dertaker dying last week? Ike bh huh He dldn t mak e much on that Job dui he? Mlke Not much Intact he went ln the hole elmewcan Boy Moya me Fnrst Busmess Man Was the con ference a success? W h nt dld you de clde? iecond Busmess Man lt vsas greal We decxded to have another conference next week Life lehzr zzer THF SEDEINTARY ART lt took elght slt mg! What' Been hax mg sour portralt pamtedl No learmng to skate A1neru'an Boy Maya me e ..- u V 1 V - . . . - . . , . . ' ' , ' 1 n ,- N . x . ' ., , , ' H , f . . I I I. ' .1 . U i f v s 1 A ' l .9 ' . . . . H . , . , 1 . 1 , 1 1 . Y ' ' Y . 1 rw 77 4 .K . I ,. .1 ., ' . . . It if 7 , . . Y, V . ', . " ' . - , ' rr ' . , 1 . I, U Y ' ' s . . x . . ' - .ry . 9 - t' - A' 1 '- ' ' ' - - . . , I ' 77 0 . . - , 1 T z . 1. ' , ' YY ,' ll gl 4 u - - A , . . . ,, . . H - . - ,- - " - . - n. Y' 1 ' - ' ' ' 77 , ' ' H v y ' - ' ' ' ' ' u N' . f. . " , . n. . 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I I I ' A 5. xr'lN1 K NiLK'v1l K Teacher N 1 HC xx at xx e the thoughts tha passed tbraugn Slr Isaac Newton s mmd xx hen If e Ill fell on hls head ox guess e lelt awful l xvasn ta brlck The folloxxmg lsa colx of 1 rote reccntlv recelxed bx a tcachcr In a school near Boston Dear MISS Smlth Please excuse Mary for stax mg at home aS she was very srck 'Ihe doctor sald she must stay m and that IS what made her stay out Mrs B ank The xx ork of the hx er IS to go mound the stomach IH srxty seconds The three mam dlxlsrons of the bram proper are cerebrum curriculum and post bellum Scott spent manx xears of hrs hfe travellng through Scotland collcct ng ballots Booth Tarklngton xx as the fellow x ho shot Lmcoln S1'as Manner h d athletlc fits lhcle are two parts to a sentence the subject and the predlcament The Presldent may be removed from ofhce bv assassrnatlon H e p z 1 b a h had an old chantxcleer lrangmg from the cellmg Dlana IS the goddess of wxsdom and xx omanly vultures Fust degree murder lb a knlllng xn xx hxch the VlCtlm dles Second degree murder IS an attempt at murder but the vlctlm does not die Mxss Sampson Is beautx ln natural surroundmgs of any value? Goudette Yes People go mto the parks and ee the beautxful gardens and monuments and take them wlth them Nllss S1 lclxnge XX hit would happcn 1 a nw' t went on a crusade an nexer came baclf ' Aldrlch A turer tl A xx ealthx gurl from America xx as attendlng a social furctnon at acountry house ln England You Amellcau glrls haxe not such healthv complex: IOHS as we haxe Sdli an I: ngllsh duchess to the girl I alxvavs wonder why our noblemen take such a fancy to your whlte faces It lsn tour whlte faces that attract them responded the Amerlcan gnl It s our gree xbacks Boners Benjamin Pranklm s greatest con trlbutlon to llterature was the stove which he mx ented Alma Mater ls the name ot a school ln New York where girls learn to be good mothers The Slilfl has txvo uses ill to keep your stomach warm Q21 to keep the raw meat from show mg Letter applymg for a Job written by a student rn an English composition class The Corllss Paper Co New York N Y Dear Mr Presxdent Iwlll be at your servlce to moz row mornmg I graduated from grammer school wrth hugh marks I guess they were nearly as hlgh as your marks when you graduated I XVIII fill the appllcatlon blank to morl ow Yours very truly, I 8 -l '. f . 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Red Mother Nature Amerwan Boy Magazme Lanler and Poe can be compared as berng best poets Poe was the best and Lanler Wlth the exceptlon of Poe w as the best so both are consrdered very good An 1I'1Stll'lCt IS something that IS born ln us and makes cats to rur after mrce e c Rebecca stood at the wmdow wrth a bucket before her to shreld hersel from the arrows whrch were ilyrng rn every drrectlon Father Vlell my boy drd you get a prize? Jrmmre No but I got a horrible mentlon Book agent Have you a Charles Drckens rn your hom ? Lady N lady IN Agent Or a hugene Freld? Ladv No we aln t and what s more we don t run a boardrng house here ertlcer Ifyou re lookmg for them fello y s y ou mrght try the house across the street Doctor lexamlnmg the UUCOUSCIOUS engm crl Drd Ill'1I automobrle hrt tlrrs englne? hrreman No the drrver slowed up to let the tram gc by md the engn eu falnted Julia What IS a taxrdermrst' Prrscrlla One of the parts ora t'1Xl Barker trn U S Hlstoryl The wage earners called the Supreme Court the rrch man s alley Restaurant manager fto orch stra conducborl I wrsh you d drsplay a lrttle more tact ln ChOOSl1'lg the muslc We y e got the Natlonal Assocratlon of Um brella Manufacturers here thrs eye mng and you ye Just played It Am t Gonna Ram No More Guest Look here' How long am I gorng to hfrye to walt for the half por tron of duck I ordered? VR alter Tlll somebody orders the other hal' We can t go out 'md krll half a duck Wrllre Vlhat dld I learn to day teacher? 'Ieacher Why do you ask? Wrllre They ll want to know at home Professor iafter lecturelAre there any questlons? Freshman Yes slr How do you calculate the horse pow er rn a donkey cngme lhrs machrne wall do away with unemployment rt does the work of one man and takes a hundred to operate It G11be1fBurzdy Courtfsy Cullaer s lm-. hir Al N Ur I know a iew tmngs salcl the haughty senror X y ou lraycn t ar wthrng or n c re orted the freshman I guess I know as few thrngs 'rs anybody Amerzcau Boy lfagnzme 1 ' 7 y I 11 ' ' YI ' I . . , ll 1 ' sr t . . sa H . . . . Q . , . . . i K . . . ,V nn . ' 1 f Y ' 1 7 L . ,, I s ' 8 1 . . . : . . ' 1' f, r ' c r 1' ' - t . ' 4 l v r 7,' I ' y , I . ,. . ' L A. Y Y c . , , O if ' W' ' ' . 7 ' , ' ' Q9 I ' y Y . Y . . . ' ' , Q ' 7 U I li U . 0 . .. . v. ol ' Y ' ' ' . 1 v . , ' . . Agent:0raRobertLoursStevenson? . A., , , ,. T l ' , . o. -, . R1 X 1 , , , ,- 1 , r .Hy - ' - - - , - r u ' V , , A. 1 . ' , ,. , A . vu - I . -1 . v, x , ' . . X w- , i 1 v, '!r. if Hi li 1' . . 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