New Britain High School - Beehive Yearbook (New Britain, CT)
- Class of 1915
Page 1 of 160
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1915 volume:
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Leah Elizabeth Aclelman
Russla October fl 1906
How very small the very vnse are
Leah IS one of our very brlghtest glrls and
she certalnly deserves first place ln thls book
There IS one thlng expeclally n1ce about her
she knows a great deal herself and st1ll IS very
generous 1n helplng her poor stumbhng class
mates Leah lntends to enter college next
Graduatlon Speaker Aloha Club
Hxlclur Sophle Ahlstrom
Lexmgton Mass September 21 1800
A certam mlracle of vnsdom
Hlldur belongs ln the same class wlth Leah
of the pages of thls book and We wlll all have
to grant that lt IS pretty fine We WlSl'l her
all sorts of good luck at Mt Holyoke next year
Aloha Club Graduatlon Speaker Beehxve Board
Kenslngton C onn September 1 l80h
In sllence many thxngs are wrought
Esther IS another A glrl She IS very qulet
and lt IS rumored that she IS a man hater but
those ot us who lne 1n Kensmgton rather doubt
thls Ask Esther and maybe she wlll tell Per
haps that s why she IS gomg to stay at home
next year Is It Esther?
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Martin Richard Anderson
New Brltaln Conn Aprll 1 INU4
Llke the settm sun doth hls blush brlghten the Lm
Here O gentle leadel IS DlCk Anderson
our modern Caruso It was rumored that
Dlck Was up for soclal llght but needless to
say he needs no light fol whelevel he goe hlS
blushes lxght h1s way He IS undeclded about
Olga Potentla Anderson
And her modest answer and graceful axr
Shows her wlse and good as she IS falr
Olga never says very much but when she
does speak xt s sure to be somethmg n1ce She
wlll be a stenographer next year and we all
certalnly hope that luck wlll follow her
Edna Henrietta Andrews
Waterbury Conn March P4 INN:
She talks mth open heart to the pomt and true
Edna lS our flrst Pla1nV1ll1te to be men
t1oned She has, we all thmk a mortgage on
Fox's lNew Brltalnj but once ln a whlle fox
varlety she goe to the Lyceum If you wlsh
to know more about Edna ask Certrude Castle
We wlsh her luck next year
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Portland Conn March 10 1801
We know not what h1 gre xtness IS
Ivel lS renowned for h1s sklll as an oratol and
debater We thmk that Carlyle IS responslble
for much of hls talent for he quotes h1m daily
He goes to Yale next fall and we W1 h hlm the
best of success
Manager of Debatmg Club 143 Class Orator
James Palmer Baldwin
Terryvllle Conn October 14 1894
Ah Sleep' ln thee do I find peace
Next comes James, better known as Beef
or Fat He IS fond of only one thlng and
t1mes 1n Mxss Bell s room We are afra1d that
Jlm, w1ll be forced to wake up at Rens
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Mlllxcent Colt Barnes
New Brntam Conn July Pi INK:
For she was Jes the quxet klnd whose naturs never
If anyone has ex er known Mllhcent to be
angry we would ceztalnly llke to know of lt
She IS one of the few people who are always
calm She proved her ablllty thls year as
asslstant manager of Dramatlcs We know
wlth such a vlrtue as a good temper she can t
help but succeed
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Howard Mxlls Barnes
New Bflldln Conn June 'l IH' 4
Glad ln hls heart to be rld of all thls worry md flurry
Here IS Jlrn Baldwln s shadow ln the per
son of Howard Howard IS really bored wlth
l1fe 1n general and finds great pleasul e IH maklng
lt mlserable for h1s teachers Rensselael
Edlth Reba Bayer
Ixew Brltam Conn February S 1801
She IS a maid of artless grace
Gentle of form and farr of face
Has anyone ever seen Edlth when she Wasn t
worrymg about her p1ece for elocut1on'? Well
never mlnd that she proved to us one mornlng
1n Chapel that lt was worth worrylng about
She Wlll attend Pratt next year
DY3mdtlCS Q49 Aloha Club Pxcture Commlttee
John Leo Begley
New Brltam Conn Aprll ll 18041
He just talks and talks and talks
John IS as good lf not better than most mad
ern talklng machlnes He IS 1n h1s element
when he can argue Needless to say he IS a
debater Trlnlty 19 hls cholce
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If you want a thmg well done get Thury to do
xt for you
Thury has certamly shown h1s ablltlv to
do thmgs and to do them well 1n hlS Work as
Dramatlc Manager and Asst Edltor of the
Beehlve We Wlsh hlm success ln hlS Work
for the future
Manager Dramatlcs 442 Beehxve Board
Mary Florence Bllnn
New Brltaln Conn November 2 1891
The ground that she walks on he loves I ll be bound
Florence declares that she vvlll go to a muslc
ence Who IS he and whence comes he? We
can t congratulate h1m but we do wlsh you
the best of luck for the future
Ethel Beatrice Brady
New Brltaln Conn August .Zn 18431,
Her presence lends lts warmth and health
To all who come before It
Ethel lS one of the I should worry kmd of
glrls and always spreads a sort of calmness V73
Wherever she goes She also has a faculty for
glgglmg, but we don't mmd that Ethel s
future lb rathel undeclded lsn t It Ethel?
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lxeurngton Jct Conn Jul l IS lb
The man th rt blushes rs not qurte r brute
Phrl had qurte a scare rn hrs Senror year 1
a boom was started rn Room 19 to elect hrm
for class fusser and he was afrard that he would
be elected to thrs much desrredtfj office After
recoverrng from hrs frrght J P expects to go
Paul Francrs Camp
Nevsrngton Jct Conn Aprll r Nfl?
Phe frelds hrs study nature was hrs book
Paul has a rather gloomy exprcssron on hrs
face but rt does not reflect hrs nature as he rs
one of the most cheerful members of the class
One of Pauls delrghts rs to ask questrons rn
U S Hrstory Whrch no one can understand or
answer He wrll work after graduatron
Ebba Louise Carlson
New Brrtarn Conn August U IW r
It IS tranqurl people who accomplrsh much
Ebba never allowed anythrng to drsturb her
tr anqurlrty and thrs rs undoubtedlv the secret
of her success After leawrng the hrstorrc halls
of the New Brrtarn Hrgh School she wrll become
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Gertrude Clarlssa Castle
Plamvllle Conn June8 1801
She IS most falr and thereunto
Her hfe does nghtly harmonlze
Here at last IS Gertrude another Plamvllhte
All the teachers marvel at Gertrude s halr and
we have a sllght susplclon that ome of the
lower class men do too How about lt Ger
trude" Gertrude 1ntends to enter Holyoke 1n
Aloha Club Prom Comm1ttee
Ida Frances Clark
Norway Me June 20 1891
Falr of face and full of grace
Ida IS a verltable llttle sunbeam' Shes
brlght and cheerful and happy all the tlme
and lt does one good to hear her laugh Even
dolng Hlgh School IH three years has not
affected her good nature So now Ida the
congratulatlons and best wlshes of the Beehlve
Board for your success'
Mary Reglna Clark
Yonkers N Y December 27 1807
Wlsdom galneth medals yea even gold
Reglna lb one of our most earnest glrls and
whatex Cl she does she does Well She has
proven that by her splendld work IH thls book
She IS 1n her element ln physlcal culture class
so we are told Sprlngfield Tralmng School IS
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New Brxtaxn Conn Iune 4 IN lx
Let what wxll be be
lnxancxb xs now a xxx 'xl of all oux but opexa
btaxe Who knows what he vvxll be xn the yeaxs
to come? H15 name may be xuxxtten xn the
Hall of Fame and then he Wxll hay e foxgotten
hxs cla smates VS e wxsh hxm buccese
Chaxrman Song Commlttee
Jacob Matthew Cohen
New Brxtaxn Conn July 4 N04
Socxety xs no comfort to one not socxable
Jacob has been out of school fox a few yeaxe
but we suspect that he stayed out eo that he
mxght gxaduate wxth 1915 Aftex gxaduatxng
he expects to entex college where he wxll un
doubtedly make a name for hxmself
Bessxe Frances Conlon
Ixexx Brxtxxn Conn September 14 lN'lx
Begone dull C are I prxthee begone from me
Besbxe newer belxexed xn txoublxng txouble
txll trouble troubled hex Trouble nex ex tx oub
led hex' so thexefoxe bhc has nexex txoubled
about anythxng not ex en hex studxew Bum
expect: to entex Nox mal xn the fall
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Leonie Elizabeth Crowe
New Bfltaln, Conn July 14, 1806
In each her charms the heart must move
Of all who venture to behold her
Leonle IS one of oul popular glrls She has
many frlends and spends a great deal of tlme
ln Room 18 Leonle IS golng to Trlnlly Col
lege next year but we expect that she wlll take
certaln courses ln Cheshlre Ol does he gladuate
thls year Leonle'7
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Helen Josephine Cunnlngham
New Brltaln Conn March Fa 1894
Zealous yet modest
Helen IS one of the quletest and most modest
glrls ln the class Most of her tlme has been
taken up by her studles partlcularly stenogra
phy as she expects to take up thls vocatlon
Edwin Russell Curran
All except a heart
That 18 lost that IS lost
All we ever heard Ed say IS Well IMay
do thls and I May do that but we notlce
that he always Walls untll May comes W
don t know why he should be so fond of that
speclal month but Maybe he does He May
enter the Cathollc UHIX QFSIKY next fall
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New Brltaln Conn July 10 HOU
A certaln portlon of the human race has certamly .1
taste for dreammg
Its certam that Angelas day dreams are
pleasant for she always comes out of them
weaung the sweetest of smlles These smlles
and her good nature have msured her success
at school and here s hopmg they ll brlng hex
as good luck as an apostle of the Bulls and
Andrew Peter Dahlberg
Stockholm Malne August PS 1?-Mb
Hls words are few and far betxx een
Andrew doesn t say very much but we must
remember that sllence IS food for thought
and that the sllent partner IS often WlS9St
He IS undeclded about next term
John Edward Darrow
New Brltam Conn December H ISHN
Is lt safe for me to speak'
John favors us wxth hls words only when the
coast ls clear We wlll have to grant that he
knows all about the Ford though He says
that he lntends to do everybody after gradua
tlon We wlsh hlm success but be careful of
the cops John
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Brrght as a new srlw er dollar
1915 has many brrllrant students and Mary
holds her own rn the lrst After three years
at N B H S she has graduated wrth us and
pulled much better than average marks all
through We are Watchrng for you to keep rt
Louise Wrlhelmrna Doerr
New Brrtarn Conn July 8 1891
A grrl she seems of cheerful yesterdays and confi
We had qurte decrded that Lourse drdn t lrke
our class when one day back she came We
have a sneakrng susprcron that Lourse admrres
art and ar trsts especrally one certarn very
John Trmothy Donnelly
New Brrtarn Conn May 1 1812
I le we my character behrnd me
John entered Hlgh School wrth the class of
1913 but because of rllness he was forced to go
West for two years returnrng thrs sprrng to
graduate wrth us and he made no mrstakc
crthu Hank wrll enter tht Unrversrty of
Pennsylx anra rn the fall
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Stephen Patrick Donnelly
New Bfllillll Conn Noxember 70 1804
A name far sounded among men for noble deeds
Steve IS certamly ew exybody s fl 1end H
has won many Y1ClLOl'l6b for lxew Brltam Hlgh
both ln Football and Basketball After foot
ball season he kept 1n cond1t1on by Iunnmg to
school mornlngs We wlsh hlm the best sort
of luck ln the future
P S We mustn t forget to mentlon Steve s
Treasurer NJ Basketball C19 C79 Football NJ til
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Austrla March 14 1800
HIS words flow forth unceasmgly
MOFFIS IS the all powerful Presldent of the
Debatlng Club Wlth hls llttle gavel he seems
to lnsplre the youthful debaters wlth new cour
age However we st1ll fa1l to understand why
he always refuses to take Dutch to Holyoke
Presldent Debatlng Club fall
Hazel Jean Duncanson
New Brxtaln Conn May 1 1694
Love to one frlendshxp to many and good w1ll to a
We can vouch for the t1 uth of the last two
phrases because all 1915 would back us up
but that first one' Hazel never exactly sald
who the lucky one was but we have our sus
p1c1on' Good luck and success Hazel at what
ever you declde to do next yeal
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Hampton Conn November lm N07
Her sunny locks hang on her temple llke a golden
Nelhe always had a sunny smlle whxch could
not be extlngulshed no matter how dark and
gloomy the day was Thls same smlle should
be a blg asset to her when teachmg a class of
unruly puplls whlch she expects to do ln the
Class Song Commlttee Aloha Club
Phlllp Michael Fagan
kensm ton Conn June Il lrsfbb
There s dlgnlty 1n a heavy volce
We never suspected Phll of be1ng a strong
15 man tlll one clear March day of 1915
when he made a hasty ex1t from Room 19
graduating but we lmaglne that he has a strong
pull ln some first rate shoe shlne parlol
Morgan Whlttlesey Felt
New Brltdln Conn September h 1804
A llttle nonsense now and then
Is rellshed by the best of men
Buggy IS one of our champlon tenms play
ers also Trlg and Geometry sharks In fact
he s the most partlcular shark ln thxs lme He
also leads h1s Enghsh class unto laughterb and
nn thls he excels all wlts and would be wlts
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New Brrtam Conn October lh lvh
They sry I m 1 pretty good scout
T111 mv bad angel hre mx good one out
And that rsrr t sayrng that Henrretta rsn t a
good scout all the trme But then even good
angels must have vacations once rn a whlle
and as Henrretta s angel rs almost always at
home We accept her gladly as a classmate
Hope youll haxe as much fun at Normal
School next year Henr retta as you had Wrth us
Irving John Fletcher
New Brrtarn Conn February 7 1801
How happy could I be wrth erther
V1 ere the other dear charmer aw ay
We re expectrng that Iryrng wrll be edrtor rn
chref of the Consol dated Newspaper Corpora
looks preoccupred lately 'md rs frequently seen
to consult a trme table He ays he rs gorng to
take the first tram out after thrs book come
from the prrnters to preserye hrs anrty
Cheer up Irv' lt mrght be worse'
Edrtor rn chref Beehrve Tre surer 111
Rose Sherxdan Fox
New Brrtam Conn August1O 1891
With great large soft brown eyes
That open wlde rn currous surprrse
Rose IS one of the mose agreeable and oblrg
mg grrls rn school ard when she smrles that
clrnches your ldea that he s just the rrght sort
If you don t bellexe thrs just watch Rose pass
through the corridors Why rt s as effectrve
as a Keep Smrlmg srgn
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New Brltaln Conn Aprl lm IW4
I awoke one mornmg and found mvself famous
As presldent of 1915 Don lb a star as
Basketball manager hes a level headed busl
ness man, and a tonlc for the whole team
But as our most modest and pollte classmate,
he deserves all the honor he has recelved, and
the br1ght future that awalts hlm at Yale
Presldent 119 Mm mger B skctbxll 141 Deb xtmg
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'Slew Brltaln Conn August P3 1808
Elfrleda IS one of our merry brrght glrls who
completed the course 1n three years She IS
rather a qulet glrl except that sometlmes ln
Hlstory she forgets enough to get an A We
know that she wlll succeed IH her future work
New York N Y August H 180 m
A genius at every art
Behold Harry allas 'Smller our hlghest
trump most cheerful most popular and Wlt
tlest Broken bones have no terror for thrs
famous athlete and hes Smller even ln a
bale of bandages Hls future lb very brlght
but the questxon 15 how about ours Harry?
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Naudevllle 15+ Dramatmcs 14m lrom Commlttee
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Plamulle Conn March4 1891,
If the heart of thls man IS depressed mth cares
The mlst 15 dlspelled when a glrl appears
Behold Vlncent our champlon actor orator
and smger X ln IS a book of useful mfor ma
txon and IS also qulte a popular lad Wlth the
guls He nex er can be found except when sur
rounded by a crowd of guls and then some
more Yale rs hrs ambltlon
Debatlng Team 441 141 DFdmdtlCS fir ltr Chalr
mm Motto Commxttee Secretary Debatlng Club 149
Raymond Hamllton Goodale
Nemngton Conn November '1 18924
Tltle Ray s srnlle Scene Flrst perlod U S
Hlstory class Plot Actlon Class has de
clmed all mvltatlons to I9C1t6 on g1ven subject
Slxth perlod passes lmmlnent Raymond
called upon and correct rec1tat1on IS forthcom
mg Qequence Class saved and Ray gently
patted on the hack Grand Flnale Ray smlles
and then you see hrm at hls best Wesleyan
Chaxrman Plcture Commlttee
Sadie Eva Cordon
Hartford Conn Octoberl 1898
Your wlsdom IS a wonder ul thlng for IE can be
cheerfully passed on to others wlthout puffing
Sadle IS a 1915 gurl, and that s saying she s
all rlght Then too shes Very brllllant IH
Engllsh and most attentlve to the study of
Botany Tell us why Sadxe" Is It because
Botany IS mterestlng or just because he llkes
lt" 'Ed1tor's Ixote We don t know hrs name
Vet but we ve got a clew I
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Northfield Conn November 15 18011
And stlll they gazed and stlll thelr wonder grew
That one small head could carry all she knew
Eleanor IS one of our graduation speakers
and she fully deserves the honor She has
worked very hard and outshlnes most of us ln
everythlng The college that enrolls her may
truly be proud
Wlllxam Benson Gregory
Provldence R I Apr1ll0 1800
Happy am I from care I m free
Why aren t they all contented hke me"
Greg dldn t Joln our class untll late IH our
Jumor year but m the short tlrne he has been
wlth us he has become very popular because
enter Worcester Tech ln the fall
Alan Vincent Hall
New Brltam Conn December 25 180,
Books tls a dull and endless strlfe
Smce Comus ' we all feel that Alan IS a
horn stage manager He showed great ablllty
ln creatmg an lmpenatrable forest out of a few
fir trees We really don t know what he wlll
do after graduatlon It depend largely upon
the object of hls affectlon He says xt s to be
Prom Commlttee Presldent 172
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New Br1ta1n Conn August lo INN:
A gentleman who lox es to hear hlmself
tmlk and vull spe 1k 1nore 1n 1 m1nute th in he w1ll st md
to ln a month
Clement lb certamly a sta1 1n AHCIQHI H1s
tory He wus the most '1ma71ng thmgs 'll
tlmes H1s f'1wo11tes are Somethlng OI othe1
and Ive forgotten h1s name Wlth such 1
followmg he wlll certalnly succeed M I T
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Brooklyn N X March 111 INN
A compamon to h1mself
Some motto E11 Well 1t certamly sults
Al for he ra1ely speaks to any of us and then
IIS an absolute necess1ty They say that
S1lence lS a xlrtue then Al IS very ur
tuous He IS undeclded about h1s wo1k next
Hazel I-larrlet Hart
New Br1ta1n Conn Iwovember I4 IW1
Not much talk a great sweet s1lence
Hazel IS nearly always chee1 ful and happv
md lt lb seldom that 'mythmgz dlstuzbs he1
equammlty These quahtles a1e SUI6 to be
useful IH the work she expects to follow after
graduatlon namely stenography
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Bement Ford Hlbbard
Boston Mass 'September 111 1804
He capers he danceq he has eyes of youth
Bement lb a vely pleaslng comblnatlon of
talk ng machme and megaphone as IS manlfest
ln Room 20 H1s tles dally V19 wxth the sun
but for all thls Bement has many fr1ends and
has dcne a great deal to help our class along
We wlsh hlm the best cf success ln whatever
Dramatlcs 141 Chalrman Banquet Commlttee
lxevs Bedford Mass October 12 1806
When along came Fred
And then tls sald
He stole her heart away
All the world loves a lover Thls IQ true
you feel good It certamly IS a shame that
Worcester Tech 1sn t a co ed but then Smxth
IS only a few mxles away so Cheer up Ruth'
X lce Presldent Aloha Club 131 Class Poem
Henry Leland Hoar
Ansonla C onn I 1 80:
Many a slde glance casts he at the female populatlon
Leland, sad to say lS fond of the young ladles
He does most of hls studylng lookmg at them
but he seems to galn lnsplratlon for he never
gets a deficlency He w1ll enter college ln
September 1Co ed'7J
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East Berlm Conn 'N ax lm Wh
Haste makes waste therefore ll ls not to my llkmg to
It IS an establlshed fact that Jeanette has
no use for the stronger sex So just lmagxne
our surprlse when we see hex talklng to an
audience of thlrty all boys She stlll says
she doesn t l1ke to go to the board ln Trlg class
We don t belleve lt Jeanette for Theres a
Ernest Samuel Horton
He that rlseth late must trot all day
Erne doesnt let anythlng bother hxm
Even 1n H1story he IS content to answer smll
lngly Don t know Accordmg to hlm he
w1ll loaf' next year but there are sllght
chances that he won t
New Bfltalfl Conn March 1? 18011
Before the gates of fashlon I dally bend my knee
We expect that shortly after graduatlon Mar
tm w1ll take a course ln How to pose for gen
tlemens fashlon magazlnes He IS w1thout
doubt the plnk of proprlety except once m
a whlle he forgets ln HISEOFY He wlll enter
Unlverslty of Pennsylvanla ln the fall
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New Brltaln Conn August '4 Iwo
Man wants but llttle here belovs
Nor vxants that little long
Al IS one of our star athletes We hope
ome day to see hls name enrolled IU the Hall
of Baseball Fame If good temper IS the key
note of success Albert has celtalnlw a happy
future before hlm
C halrman Prom C ommlttee B lseball nil 14+ Foot
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Huldah Charlotte Johnson
Portl md Conn September 14 lsilo
And lf I laugh at any mortal thlng
TIS that I may not weep
We have always thought that Huldah had
no speclal llklng for the stronger sex but thls
enamored a C61 taln plomlnent young man of
the Sophomore Class Huldah wlll become a
stcnographer aftcl Q'I"1flll2tl1OI'l
Llnnea Josephlne Johnson
New Brltaln Conn September l'l 1805
VN hat svteet dellght a qulet llfe affords
Here IS one of the members of 1915 who has
made lt a class tllSllUgl1l had fol 5llQHU.
Llnnea 15 beglnnlng to change and IH a few
yeals she wlll undoubtedly be a vely talkatlve
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lxew Brltam Conn N a Pl NM
A frlend to all
Hazold usually shlneb ln French but bome
tlmee he shmes 1n the wrong way We expect
to see Harold IH a clrcus tent next year Wlth
Tom Thumb oyel the dool However he
says he wlll go to Colnell Instead
Otto John Kahl
New Brltam Conn January ll 1801
One who bays httle but knowe much
We all tremble when we thlnk what great
Volumes of knowledge would pour out lf Otto
opened hls mouth We thlnk he IS elther wrlt
look He lS undecxded about next yeal
Vinton Lester Knlght
New Brltaln Conn May li 1801
And lone renewlng kept him ex er young
Vlnt clalms to be the IHVQDKOI of the Um
xersal Car Vle serlouelv thlnk that he dld
thls 1n belf defence fol he had to haxe some
thlng to take the gnls to 11de ln and ll wae
cheaper to lnx ent one Howex 91 can you
blame the g1rls" He wlll elther bell the Um
xersal Car or enter college Why not tlv the
Jltney buslness V1nton'7
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New Brltam Conn November 10 18011
And no robes fairer than hers were ex er seen under the
Although that verse flts Daxsy to a T she s
not the least b1t concelted In fact her sole
duty IS the tuckmg back mto place of any
stray locks of halr and the gatherlng of news
ltems for redlstrlbutlon to femlnme 1915
Daisy Grace Koplowltz
New Brltaln Conn August 17 1800
When I can t talk to others I talk to myself
No one can doubt that Dalsy has a smgular
ablhty for talkmg but she makes lt up 1n other
two We wlsh hex success next year whatever
she does CS1ng1ng or talkmg J
P S We haw lately heard that Dalsy has
a small army of gentlemen followers
Helen Margaret Kutscher
New Br1ta1n Conn M xrch 'S 1801
Seen but not heard
Anyone who can graduate from Hxgh School
ln three years and at the same tlme graduate
mth honors IS surely dGS6IXlI1Q of success
Helen IS certamly entltled to much credlt for
her excellent work She will become a sten
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Xl aterbury Conn September N ISU:
Ask her now and lose not tlme
Well Merton does she l1ve ln Plalnvllle OI
IH Waterbury? We expect that soon Merton
can start a second hand Jewelry store Ladles
seal rmgs a speclalty Edltors advlce to cus
tomers He w1ll probably have a more com
plete stock after he has finlshed college
Class Nlght Commlttee
Faye Margaret Leavitt
Sherman Mllls Ma Aprxl 5 1'-M1
Celerlty IS never more admxred than by the negligent
but sometlmes We know that she feels just llke
lt Study IS the bane of thls glfl s llfe, and
books and school and teachers are three evlls
1n league to prevent her from llvmg IH ease and
New Brltaln Conn November P0 1806:
Though vanqulshed he could argue stlll
We thlnk that Leon could make anyone be
ll6N6 that wrong was ught such ablllty has he
When any other person would conslder hlm
self defeated Leon just keeps on harder than
ex er It s rather trylng but we wxsh hlm Joy
Oh-Ho-Ho-ol Faye is too polite to say that
Frank Emrl Lerst
New Brrtarn Conn September Z 1891
And the best of all ways to lengthen our days
Is to steal a few hours from the nrght
Dutch rs somewhat of a nrght hawk I
fact he works whrle others sleep We wonder
rf he wrll mrss anyone rn Room 19" He has a
krndly feelrng rn hrs heart for Morpheus wrth
whom he communes darly durrng U S Hrs
tory We hope he decrdes to sleep nrghts at
Fordham next year
Russra December 4 N01
Her dark eyes sparkle and gleam
Lourse rs one of that especrally brrght class of
people who thrnk rt unnecessary to spend four
years rn Hrgh School for she has completed
the course rn three years Lourse deserves
credrt for her good work and she wrll undoubt
Abraham Samuel Lipman
Russrr March H lbtlr
All the great men are dymf, md I rn not well myself
Well here at last rs Prppv Lrpman the
world s greatest known bluffer The man who
pays twenty cents for a shrne Why? Ask
Abe He hopes to tntcr Clark next year
We certarnly hope he succeeds
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VS hat a spendthrlft IS she of her tongue
Anna IS one of our glrls who does not belleve
IH hldlng her llght undel a bushel basket
She lS aflald of nothlng and IS Wllllng to try
anythlng once It IS probably because of thls
that she recelved the tltle of the nelvlest glrl
ln the class
New Brltaln Conn May il 1890
For what I wlll I Wlll and there an end
that she IS altogether too qulet She mzght be
very nolsy when she IS among her close frlends
but from her behavlor at school one would
never suspect lt She Wlll be a stenographer
Edwm Cyprlan Lolselle
New Haven Conn October 1 1504
He IS not a ghost, but solld flesh and bone
No one can posslbly deny that Buck IS an
all round man We hate to say lt but Ed
wln IS somewhat of a dude Do you suppose
he has hls cap set for a glflf? Maybe he has
but we doubt It He s too senslble The Joys
Wlll follow hlm surely
Mary's fault, if it can be called a fault, is
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Moodus Conn Iune P7 NIM
A life that moves to gracious ends
Alice is one of our very quiet girls and we
don t know much about her except that oc
caslonallv she giggles aloud in Room 20 We
wish her luck in her work next year
Edward John Martin
New Britain Conn October 12 181
In general those who have nothing to say
Contrlve to spend the longest time in doing it
Doc is one of our most versatile boys as
a glance at the list of his accomplishments will
show He has been handicapped at High
School because there are not enough actlvltles
to suit his energetic nature Doc will enter
Yale in the fall
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James Sebastlan McCarthy
lNew Britain Conn May h 1801
An idmirable seriousness dommates all his actions
Jim has two gl eat accomplishments If 11st
he can talk on any subgect under the sun and
secondly he s a debater of note You ll recol
lect that it was Jim who won the Woman
Sullrage debate Senlol year We never knew
until then how strong you were for the gills
lim College next year
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East Berlln Conn lN 1 ll! Isl
A klndly face a ready smlle
Elsle lb a glrl who keeps by herself most of
the tlme We know hel only by hel smlle
whlch IS ew er ready She IS undeelded about
Norman James lVlacKlrdy
New Brltaln Conn October 1 1 1996
Hang sorrow' Care wlll klll a cat'
Mac doesn t mean to be a dude D9l1V9I
us, no' The one thlng he alms to do lb to enjoy
llfe No one has ever found hlm wantlng ln
devlslng schemes for hls own and other folks
amusement Norman plans to enter Okla
homa Chlropractle School next year
Class Song Commlttee Dramatlcs C-lj
Mllkovlltch Russla Ixovember P ISU 1
Thlnkmg IS but an ldle waste of thought
Whlle we le cudgelllng our bralns for a plece
of wanted 1Hf0IIl'12itlOI'1, Harry calmly rolls out
the rlght answer and leaves the lest of us to
wake up to the fact that we're too late Some
class Harry keep lt up Syl acuse UHIVQFSIKY
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New Brltaln Conn October 28 1990
She has beauty enough to make any man thlnk so
and complalsance enough not to contradlct h1m when he
tells her so
And here IS Cathel 1ne Ca IS undenlably
the most pcpular glrl ln the class Her sunny
good nature accounts for her many fr1ends and
her popularlty, and she wlll go to Wellesley
next year w1th the longest llst of honors that
1915 could posslble have glven hex
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lady Soclal Commlttee Aloha Club C45 Dramatlcs H1
French Play rib Aloha Club HJ 141
Nellie Frances Mlnor
Her VOICE was ever low gentle and soft an excellent
thln ln a woman
Nellle certalnly has a soft volce and a w1n
mng way She gets rather nervous IH Latln
sometlmes, when she hasn t done more than
two l1nes She IS golng to lxormal next year
Ixew Brltaln Conn September 4 1801
VN rlte me as one wx ho loves has fellow men Knot women!
Allen never told us that he dldn t hke glrls
but the majorlty of us seem to thmk that he
doesn t, for he s Class Woman Hater W
make all allowances for you Allen for we real
lze that the rlght llttle lady hasnt appeared
yet All happlness Allen when she does come
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Norwalk Conn February lr 1801
My tongue mthm my hps I relgn
For he who talks much must talk IH vam
Curtls IS one of the 3 A s and a B -l- varlety
so youll easlly see that everythlng he says
means somethlng Cult lb not a gl nd
howevel but just a good natuled and brlght
heal ted Calso hauedb fellow Wesleyan IS hls
Ralph Chalmers Newell
PldlI1Vlll8 Conn June Pb 1800
Who rellshes a Joke and TGJOICES at a pun
Yet Ralph IS our grouch' That shows that
our class IS some cheerful when a fellow of
Ralph s temperament gets the grouch ' The
fact that he comes from Plalnvllle may account
for the worrled looks that pass over h1s falr
Jessie Rice Nxelson
Farmlngton Conn October lo 1500
A mlnd at peace vuth every mortal
Wlthout any exaggeratlon what oever Je S19
IS a natural born glggler She excels all ln thls
trade, and also has a faculty for tlpplng over
1nk wells at most lnopportune tlmes She w1ll
have a chance to contlnue her work 1n Normal
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New Brltam C'onn Ianuary Zh 1900
It IS better to be out of the world than out of
Ah look' Can thls be a real lrve glrl or a
fashlon plate? Well lf It 1sn t Ruth Norton
We always knew that sooner or later she would
estabhsh a fashlon shop on Frfth Avenue lf
she were at llberty It s hard to choose lsn t
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Catherine Frances O Leary
Plantsvllle Conn Apr1l Zi 1891
Catherrne IS a most accommodatmg glrl
We don t know much about her except that
she IS always domg somethrng for someone else
We are sure that she wrll make a very gocd
teacher when she fimshes at Normal
Frances Pomeroy Parker
New Brrtam Conn June 4 1901
Short but sweet
Well lf here lsn t our llttle June bug none
other than Frod Parker Frances herght IS
the bane of her hfe but lt certalnly doesn t
detract from her popularlty Frod plays
for us every mornmg IH chapel and we offer
her our heartlest thanks for her work She IS
undeclded about next year but we hope she
won t grve up her muslc
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Helen Josephlne Pelton
bouthbrldge Mass September Q 1410
Earnest and .lmbltlous ln all she does
Helen IS a glrl whom we dont know vexy
well except that she IS one of the cho en few
who never recelve flunk sllps Lucky glrl'
She IS undeclded about next ye 'll but we wlsh
Clara Ellzabeth Powers
Sllence lS the perfectest herald of Joy
If thls motto be true then Clara must be Just
full of Joy for she seldom speaks She hasn t
qulte made up her mlnd about next year but
maybe he has
Eva May Raber
New Brltaln Conn October 6 1897
Walklng ln health and ln gladness
Wlth never a look of sadness
Eva IS a very soclable glrl ln our clas How
ever, 1915 boys are plannlng a campalgn whose
object IS to make Ewa notlce the fellows a llttle
blt more Ixot that Ewa doesn t care for a
certaln favored few ln Room but perhaps,
Eva, you would lathel that we wouldn t men
tlon lt here
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New York N H luneel ISM
Here 15 a smlle that no cloud can 0 ercast
Here lS a glrl that lS game to the last
For a person of her stature Helen has caused
our mathematlclans a great many dlfficultxes
Heres one whlch she recently presented If
the amounts of cheerfulness radlated by two
people are to each other as the lateral area of
those people then how about Helen?
Thomas Francis Riley
New Brltaln Conn February 12 N94
Tom IS famous outslde of school as an ath
letlc promotor and has already orgamzed two
successful athletlc clubs Tom wlll work after
graduatmg, but we expect however, to see h1s
name mentloned as manager of some blg league
baseball team soon
Helen Loulse Rlngrose
New Brltam Conn September lf! 1800
A wlldrose blushln to a brook
Am t modester nor sweeter
Helen s blush lS envled by all our glrls Of
course there are several dlfferent kmds of blush
mg but everyone wlll concede that Helen s
pmk 1s sweetest of all That s one thmg that
wlll Wm llttle folks hearts when she becomes a
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New Brltam Conn 'xox ember 5 lN'lN
I talk xx henex er I h ne oct mon md omctlmes xx hen 1
haxe no occ 1 lon
Yes Jlm llkes to t ilk and he lla ays manages
to Slld6 ln a few pretty fine jokes too He s
very popular Wlth both boys and gnls and
nothing pleases hlm so much as to know that
he s pleasmg someone else James w 1ll attend
UHIX erslty of PQI1I1SylX'1Hl'l. 1I'l the flll
D9bHflHg Club Ill ch
New Brrtaln Conn September 7 IW4
The oftener we see you
Arllne can always see '1 Joke and her merry
httle laugh would make the Sphrnx smlle
A1l1ne hkes artlstlc color harmonles especlally
on certaln Class days But then Laugh and
the world laughs mth you IS the best pohcy
ln the world We suspect Allme has a pelmfl
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Burrltt Alarxc Root
New Brrtaln Conn Septemberl ISIN:
A person of the most perfect md drvme temper
Well Burrltt we almost gave you Oh Why
IS Cupld so blllldv But just IITIRQIIIQ cur con
fuslon should Cupld peek out from hrs bandages
before June days and catch fhlS splendrd fel
low heart free VN hy' he d dart an aw ful arrow
llghf through hls heart and some dear llttle
ladv s and then well we NVlSh you all luck xt
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New Brltaln Conn Iune Pl! IW:
One touch of nature m tkes the whole vtorlrl km
One of hls jokes makes the whole tlxss grxn
Syke lS a leal w1t and a good talker The e
thmgs Qerve to cover a lot of skmmmed lessone
and some few mghts off Hope you get
away wlth lt at college next yea! Maumee as
well a you have here
RUSSIA August 4 15400
VS 1th her eyes ln flood wlth laughter
Rose IS one of those good natured glrlb who
anyone especlally well but we do know that
she N fond of Moxle Rose wlll he a sten
C lxss Nxght C ommlttee
Clarence Edwin Sandstrom
Portland Conn August li ISM
Comb down hls halr look' look' ll stands upright
Budge has taken a great Interest ln de
Fatmg and IS one of the malnstays of the De
batmg and Cul rent Events Clubs SIHCQ the
war broke out he has been eo busy readlng and
talkmg about neutlallty etc that he his not
had tlme to deelde what to do after ,Q'I21dll3.tll'1g
Debatmg C lub
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Iwesx Brltam Conn Ju 15 ISM
Such .1 vu xr of vlhlte and red mthm her cheeks
Leora s prlnclpal OCCUDZLIOH at Hlgh School
has been talkmg an art m Wh1Ch she shows
great proficlency Her chlef dehght 1s to talk
a person deaf dumb and blmd and lf she can
do thls she IS contented She w1ll entex Nolmal
to seek other worlds to talk to
NewBr1ta1n Conn December x lvl:
Her dally duty far better understood IH deeds
than m words was slmply domg good
We llke Anna for a great many reasons
Here s one She can g1ve folks a l1f t when they
need It most wlthout talklng about lt forever
afterwards If you dont beheye thls next
tlme you want anythmg done Just try to prove
that we re not rlght Stenography wlll keep
Anna busy next year
New Brltam Conn Julv Pl 1500
Henry the conundrum of our class We can t
guess h1m but vue won t g1Ve hlm up
Behold our baby' Cheer up Henry lt s
quallty not quantlty that counts you know'
We warn you to handle Henry very gently for
he s er exploslx e occaslonally V! e
have not been able to glve hlm much fun here
but here s hopmg that College wlll do mole for
h1m next year
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New Brlt ln Conn August 'l IKM
Congratulate me frlends for I m about to graduate
Knocko IS known m school as a bluffer and
outslde of school as a DI omoter of get rlch qulck
schemes Harry has not made h1s fortune yet
but Wlll start 1t by going to Work after gradu
atlon Here s luck old man
Annie Gertrude Smlth
New Bfltdlll Conn February P8 l8f9h
As 1n a l1ttle rose are the rlchest dyes
So xn a l1ttle woman there s a taste of Paradlse
Large people are admlred, but httle people
are loved We would hke Ancy Just as well even
1f she were tall though You say you are un
declded about next year Ancy? Wonder what
someone else has to say about that
Marlon McLoutl1 Stanley
New Brltam Conn Qeptember 14 lkfh
She does llttle kmdnesses vshlch most leaxe undone
Marlon IS one of our most popular gxrls and
she comes among the cheerful too She's tal
ented ln many ways and lf Mar1on IS 1n any
thmg you may rest assured that lt w1ll turn
out to be a success 1915 IS mdeed fortunate
that she IS on ltS roll
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New Bfltdlll Conn Julyl 1801:
Then along came Ruth
And to tell the truth
She stole hrs heart aw ay
Fred pulls ar A IH L S H1StOl y a good stroke
wlth the faculty and then he comes off wlth a
cholce 11st of honors Besides thls he s part
ner ln a most famous love aifan 4How about
the Chapel balcony F1ed"J All we can say
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Angelme Frances Stlquel
You could tell she was merry
By the twmkle m her eyes
It s a mystery to us why Angelme IS golng to
school next year There s a much b1gg6I field
open to her as a stump clunber g1v1ng lee
tures on people hke well Olly er Goldsmlth
for lnstance Take our aduce Angehne and
start a campalgn th1s fall
John Benjamln Street
Hartford Conn December 14 N00
Though he be blunt I know him passmg WISE
Jack was born ln Hartford but as soon as he
was able to thlnk for hlmself he d1d the ught
thmg and moved to Yew Brltam Jack has
been studymg stenography and expects to be
come a government stenographer at Washlng
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New Brltaln Conn January 4 N00
I m sure care s an enemy to llfe
Alma IS one of those care free people who
never seem to worry about anyth1ng She be
lleves heartlly IH the expresslon, If studylng
lnterferes wrth your fun stop studylng She
W1ll become a stenographer after graduatlon
Vrola Harrlet Strosser
New Brltaln Conn Iuly ll 18011
A very merry dancmg laughmg Jestlng kmd un
We never knew V1 when she wasn t per
fectly frank and outspoken Shell get any
Joke IH slght too In fact take her any way
you W1ll she s one of our most popular glrls
and the best all around good sport that 1915
can boast of
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Karin Hlldegarcle Suneson
New Brltam Conn August P41 INN1
As merry as the day IS long
Karln IS one of our honor students and also
a graduatlon speaker There IS one mystery
connected wlth her and that IS When does she
study her lessons? Nobody ever saw hex
studylng, so lt IS the concensus of ODIHIOH that
she IS an accompllshed bluffer
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Kensmgton Conn August il 1804
Happy art thou IS lt' every d 15
Thou hadst pxcked up a horseshoe
Here IS our most cheerful glrl and well she
deserves the tltle Thele IS only one thlng
that she IS not happy about and that IS that
she leaves the New B1 ltaln Hlgh School ln June
Loom s John Thompson
New Brxtaln Conn July li 159 J
HIS face make sunshlne IH a shady pl e
There s no denymg that Loomls lb a cracker
Jack IH the al L l1ne To bulld up a chlroprac
t1c busmess he purposes to draw a serles of
orlgrnal comlcs and whlle folks are stlll weak
he w1ll have them dragged lnto hls office, and
proceed to crack Lhelr bones oh yes hes a
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Emma Catherine Tommasonl
New York N Y Aprll I4 IXUS,
For nothxng IS as sw eet you know
As whlsperlng muslc soft and low
Emma has pulled some fine mal ks here for
four years, and she's a real shark at It Of
course she Lhmks a good deal of the Juniors
so lt wlll be hard for her to leave and take up
office wolk next year Nlever mlnd Emma
you re not the only one
Graduatlon Speaker Aloha Club
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New Brxtaln Conn August 22 181
Who ever heard her speak?
Hlldur has played the part of a spectator
durlng her Hlgh School course She seenes to
get more pleasure through watchlng other
people than from Jommg 1n with them It IS
her 1ntent1on to work as a stenographer after
May Constance Tormay
lNew Brxtaln Conn May 8 18136
Here s a lady whose love IS as constant as the wmd
Behold May our fllrt bluffer and most
fickle Indeed May IS fickle an the fellow l1ne
Her amb1t1on IS toward Ed ducatlon Cduco
to leadb and we thlnk she Wlll be a teacher
for a short tlme at least Hope you ll succeed
Nxce Presldent 141 Presldent Aloha Club f4l Sec
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Albert Cedney Tuthlll
New Brltaln Conn December
Of all the Trlmtles there are
Or that shall ever be
There s surely none compares wlth th1s
I Myself and Me
For Al we refer you to the l1st of Class
Personals Rlght here we w1ll say that Albert
lb one of the blggest and finest fellows that
ex er klcked up the dust of a football field
Cambrldge gn ls have a treat ln store for them
when Al goes to Harvard
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New Brltaln Conn July-1 1894
A face more falr a smlle more sweet
he er has It been my lot to rreet
Tlppy ls one of the most populfu glrls ln
our class If there ls any fun anywhere Tlp
IS sure to be ln the w1c1n1ty She showed her
ablhty as an actress ln Comus thls wlnter W
Wl5h her all sorts of good luck at Wellesley next
Aloha Club Banquet Commlttee
Amella Veronlca Tutles
New Brltaln Conn November 14 1800
How hke a goddess a stately queenly goddess she
Ameha IS the dlstlnctly human klnd of god
dess that ev eryone hkes When she s around
one beglns to see why the Greek classlcs thought
so hlghly of hfe lf thelr d1v1n1t1es were as pleas
ant to them as Ameha IS to the fellows ln our
class We appreclate you Ameha
Bertha Elizabeth Waddell
New Bfltaln Conn June '76 189
Among the tram there IS a sw am
I dearly love mesel
But what s hls name and where s hls hame
I dlnna care to tel
That's just hke Bert not to tell us who
he IS But she always dld hke to get some one
on a strmg you Iemember It was qulte a
shock when we saw you were gomg away to
school Bert for we thought you were very
deeply lnterested ID the Juniors
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Kenneth Henry Walther
New Brltaln Conn October 51 1805
Such a man as none would pass unnotlced
Well Kenney, aren t you glad 1l1S all over?
No more penclls, no more books no more
baseball practlce Stlll he has stood It all
splendxdly and has made a great showmg at
N B H S Three cheers and good luck
Basketball 1 'J CSD 141 Football til B lseball 131 141
New Brltaln Conn June 21 1891
Come Rose, tell us who he IS' Of course
you ll say It lsn t a J umor, but we won t belleve
you for how about that P G course next year?
We know the Jumors w1ll be glad you re stay
lng over, because you ll make another h1t ln
Comus next year
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Harriet Merriman Wells
Wethersfleld Conn November4 1806
W hat stature lb she of" Just as hlgh as h1s heart'
No Harrlet you must never lose your sense
of humor Not that we expect that you w1ll
ever change your sunny dlsposxuon, but let thls
he a warmng to one who would make you
Moody, that 1915 w1ll not stand for It
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Aloha Club 151 14J
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New Brlt un August Ps ISDN
A lund heart a ready smxle and a tendency to cut up
Yes Carolme we know how much school
bores you You can t deny that you ve man
aged to haxe a good tlme out of school llfe
though 1espec1ally durlng mormng recessesb
Carollne takes great pleasure ln telllng the fac
ulty what they can do lf they don t llke the
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DTdmdIlCS 1 il
New Brltaln Conn November 17 1800
Blue eyed and falr of face
Pell, our class p1 ophetess IS one of our most
never mlsses a good tlme when there IS one to
be found We know that the Joys w1ll follow
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Grant Townsend Wlckwxre
Berlm C'onn August 71 IND
And then he would explam hls explanatlon
You wrote some poetry once, Grant and you
blushed too when It was almost read IH Eng
llsh class dldn t you? Please don t get exclted
we won't tell any mole Grant lb very popular
at school and he expects to have some fme
tlme In the School of Llfe he says
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Hartford Conn Iune ill N4
He trudged along unknowrng what he sought
And whrstled as he went for want of thought
Byron holds Hr st place rn Math class rn fact
he always gets slxth per rod slrps Lefore anyone
else Thrs doesn t affect hrs good humor at all,
howex er There rs only one other thrng as
rmprobable as havrng Byron our of sorts and
that IS to hear a Correct frfter he recrtes rn
Clarence Arthur Wllllams
1New Brrtaln Conn Aprll -4 N04
Here s a flyrng gllmpse of 1915 s speed krng
Clarence rs however a very careful drrver In
fact he always takes care to fly by at top speed
rf he spres a grrl ahead Speakrng for gn ls rn
general Clarence we ask Why? Is lt loved
and lost, or never loved at all?
Pearl Adeline Woods
Berlrn Conn May 1' N08
Her wrt was more than mm her rnnotence 1 chrld
Pearl wlll mrss school more than most of us
especrally her Senror year No more wrll she
meet her brother at the end of the slxth
per rod and walk wrth hrm as far as McM1llan s
She Wrll take up stenography after graduatron
probably near the place where her brother"
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Ruswm September 1 lN'Nm
There though lm not lei I
Bealllcc hfls lmulecl '1 long tllxl mce to
tend the New Blllnilfl Hlglll School but xhe
umlouhtullv feels vsell xcpucl fol hu xox xge
bv IQCQHIDQ' '1 chplomfx mth the C lflss ol 1910
She expects to pulsue ofhce vs OI lx aflel gxadua
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HIC H SC HCJCJL DAYS Claw ol 1919
HISTORY I CIVWZIICI John N111 Lln
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IARFWELL TO NFW BRITAIN HIC H
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Bclnalrl Donald C fzflnex
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Cjlemcnt Joseph Hallman Trrabzmr
LCCJHIG Elwaheth Crowe Scrnfarff
Nluxu In 'Nllss P11 ku and 'XI1 Anrlc
IJCCCDI mons In the C l us of 1916
Class of 1910
Hauy C lnaburg
Class of 1910
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The Class of 1915 has met here thls evenlng to celebrate the close of lts
foul years course at the New Brltaln Hlgh School The occaslon IS a happy
one Our school llfe IS termlnated and our more serlous work and study must
commence We have lnvlted you relatly es and friends to attend and partlcl
pate ln these festal exerclses as you are oul wcll wlshcls and sympathlzers
Lct us welcome then the stlangcls
Hall them as our fI'l9IlflS and lJIOll1llS
And the heart s rlght hand of frlendshlp
C lve them when they come to see us
In the e wolds of Longfellow and ln the same genlal and hearty splllt we
extend our greeting to you thls ex enlng We bld you a most cordlal welcome
The Class of 1915 IS about to start on lts Odyssey of llfe The Journey
may be hard and tGillOl1S but we feel prepared We stand at the Open Door
about to take oul su eral paths The roads leadlng from thls portal are many
ln places rough But we wlll trend our ways encouraged by the cale and watch
fulness of our palents sustalned by the good will of oul teachers and lx lth youth
Oul PFQDHIHIIOH lb the hope and staff of oul success To oul Pl lnclpal
and teachers we ale gleatly indebted Thell efforts and l1I9lQSS zeal have
made us ready to encountel obstacles We thank them ealnestly and wlll bc
ever grateful to them for oul tralnlng 'md dlsclpllne
We are not assembled to forecast the futule or to dllate upon the problems
of llfe The exercises of the evenlng deal wlth the llghter SldGS of school llfe
The happenings outslde the dull routlne of the class room vwlll lnterest us now
Incldents of the past foul years humorous and enteltalnlng and of a pelsonal
nature wlll be recounted
Thc mt and pleasantly enllxenlng thls exenlngzs enteltalnment ls the
rcsult of personal contact for four years mlnd vllth mlnd and nealt wlth heart
Out of these mutual assoclatlons and lntlmacles hate grown frlendshlps which
wlll be strong and lasting May thls cordlal Splflt IHCFGHSG more firmly unlt
mg the Class and ln succeedlng years may fond memorles ever llnger round
the Class Wlght of 1915
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All the world s a stage
And all the men and women merely players
As we stand here ton1ght gazmg backward over the last tour golden years
how forclbly are we remlnded of those wo1 ds of the Immortal Shakespeare
Four years have flown on rapld wmgs and m that tlme thls H1ghSchool
was our stage wlth you and I the players whlle each one ln hls tlme played
many parts ln the drama we enacted here
When the CUTYHIH first lose upon our play, lt was Qeptembex 1911 Two
The pal ts were not well learned the players shy and awkward whlle lust to
stand upon the stage and falter through our lmes before a crltlcal audltnct of
upper classmen requlred great courage
GUI Fomedy of Frrors Went on from dav to day md the lust sel 1ous
and lntclestlng scene ln which wc were called to take part was '1 class m ctmg
where out of the group there stepped to the fl ont a prcsldent H11 old 'Xlalone
a vlce pzesldent Lleanol Whllf a secretary Ball?-iild Payne md a 1l6'1sl1l6T
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Our status was now fully establrshed and the Sophomores rnvrted us to
jorn wrth them rn a merry dance wh1ch they called a Freshman Receptron ln
We played no heax y nor rmportant parts as Freshmen but stood by man
fully and cheered lustrly whlle the school football team went through the
monotonous form of defeatrng Hartford and addrng a league champronshrp to
the score of our school As June drew near we had mustered up suilicrent cour
age to srng the school songs as a fittrng clrmax to the first act
Two months had passed when next the curtarn rose It was agarn Sep
tember but th1s tlme 1912
The scene was set rn the same manner the players were the same nothrng
was altered except our name wh1ch was changed to Sophomores and we now
played our parts wrth more assurance
A notable event was staged early rn thrs act when we gathered together
one day to hold a class meetrng and the toga of office was placed upon the shoul
ders of Alan Hall as presrdent Mlldred Robrnson as vrce presrdent' Leonre
Crowe a secretary and Stephen Donnelly as treasurer all of whom wore the
robes wrth drgnrty and proved a worthy chorce
And then we made our stage the scene of merry makrng when we tendered
the enterrng class a receptron wh1ch they greatly enJoyed although for some
of them the Journey home was long and the way hard
So the play went on from day to day whrle we drank rn Hrstory Latm
and Scrence and absorbed by the rush of dally events we hardly notrced the
passrng of trme unt1l June crept round agarn and the curtaln fell upon Act II
Agarn the muses called Wrth firmer step we trod the boards thrs trme
but we were not so many now Some had gone to act therr parts rn other
fields and some had played therr last roles IH the drama of l1fe
At the begrnnrng the scene took on rather an excrtrng arr because of the
comrng of a new stage drrector for Mr Akers who had so farthfully managed
the cast durlng the past two years had gone and Mr Slade was to take hrs
place as our leader
A flurry of excrtement was ln the a1r also ov er the rnauguratron of the one
sessron plan whrch proved most popular wrth us
Our Junror class meetmg afforded a medlum for the drsplay of the talents
of the wrly polrtrcran and the buddrng statesman when after a sprrrted contest
we srngled out to play the roles of presrdent Fred Stex ens vrce presrdent
Catherrne Mrlls secretary Ethel Brady and treasurer Ossran Bennett and
these were most happrly cast
Then followed a scene whrch thrrlled the actors wrth Joy a foot ball game
vsrth Hartford On a memorable day our sturdy boys battled long and well
mth our heredrtary rn als and when the time w as up they came forth vrctors
They had won the day and as our class was represented on the team we took
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our part in celebrating the victory It was in this year that the progress of
feminism was ably demonstrated by the girls when they founded the Aloha
Club rn which no boys were either required or desired
A wind memory 18 the scene of the Junior prom a great success which
brought to a pleasing close our third act and our Junior year
September once again and the curtain rises for the last time
Every event that took place this year is a part of school history and every
pupil of the one hundred thirty five now left in our class played some part in
the hundred and one scenes enacted here during this time and whether that
part was large or small
Each one content in his place did dwell
And envied not his brother
For any part that lb acted Well
Is just as good as another
The fireworks of this act were supplied by the athletic teams base basket
and football the hrlarity by the Senior Prom Committee and the Dramatic
Club the socrabilrty by the Aloha and French Clubs and the scholarship by
the Debating and Current Events Clubs
And now before us appears a pageant of the various groups of tho e who
were the leading spirits in our play
Let the historic muse her aid supply
To note and name each form that passes by
Here come the Qenlor class oHLicers President C affney Vice President Tormay
becretary Crowe and Treasurer Hallman
Walthers L01 elle and Johnson those Napoleons of football long xrctorrous
but destined at last to meet the r Waterloo at the hands of Hartford High
The ba eball team goes marching by with Walthers Horton Martln and
Iohn on carrying our class colors
And then with banners flying C rnsburg Root 'Nlartrn and Tuthill who
carried the basketball team to victory Here in quick succession pass the
Senior members of the d fferent clubs which did so much to promote good
fellowship Glynn Axelson Martin and Dubowy who prow ed Worthy disciples
of Cicer 0 in the debating club Mr Llpman a shining star in the Current Events
Club Miss Mills leading the French Club and Miss Tormay with the Aloha
Then comes Manager Bengtson and his assrstant Miss Barnes who with
C lynn Hoar Hrbbard and Fletcher brought honor to the High School Thes
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'Now the eu1 tam falls upon ou1 pl'1X ancl Sl2H'll1lQN the encl ol ou1 H1011
School llfe It poltencls the pa1tn1gz of Lhe wus XXhe1e each one mkcx 1 Nep
'11 ate pilh incl let Us all 1cmcmhe1 lh1l
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NOW all men hy Lhue DIQSEHLN thu we thx N of
New Blltaln Hlgh Qxchool of the fllvol New B111 un ID the county
of Hfxrtfolrl ID the State of Fonnecucut hung ff 1
Nihllllll cllsposlng m1nclN xml haxlng clullng mul foul xx 11N ucumu' c xx
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mul ll Lwlll and Le lament hurhx lun IDL llllJItXl1l1N x rx N IU cv
VM glxe dex1Nc ml hequcxth to our laxxlul llills 1 lu x
mul llflilbl 1 uc xxx elxe 1 ru
II To all baNhlul boys of the loxxel elo1N QN xxp lx IK N 1 xc
mulled Hfvx to C at Anqualnted
III To M1 Fay lrealmng hls gleat lllxmg lm lxcldl lflolnmenlv xxx
hequeath an altlficlal ,fzoatee to he xxom onlv on Npcflfxl occ1N1c nN xx hen hc
xx .mls to be all dleseed up
IX To Helen Llegex we ,que and bequeath 110111 xxhuh he max mNN up
to help hex declde hel laLe Heads Ralph Nexxell 1 nl Plnllp Tmmflx
X To Anna Bxoxxn 16 xxe ,qlxe the Dllxlltjlt ol ITIOXITIU 1 llule m 1111
the Nueet rSt1eeLl Nhc llkes the best
XI To all undelgrarluate claNNeN xxc do luulwx glxc .lnrl lxque 1th the
Nole prlxllege of lnuocluclng C1 lcuge quanutx ot Nrhuol Npnll
X II To N11 Nelson we glxe the excluN1xc Ilyfhl ol pl xxlnff lLY'1D1s xxuh
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IX T11 XI1ssC 11n11ns wt gne f1 box ol healt tablets to be used whtnex EI
It ttls IIIX s wht llutte11n1f ol th Il XII 1l 111 fan
F11 XI11111 IJul owx wt Une lflfl beque 1th all tl1t old KIILIIOH 111ts 1n
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Ruth P1111 1l shps to 1tpltn1 h he1 fast 1t1luc1ng supp y
11 1111 1 llttlt Sophomtnt Joys who XXI mou1n t e oss 11 1yt
L11x1tl H1'1lu1 eXhlst111n1 1n1l X1 SIIOSSEI wt le'1ytou1 hea1t felt QX mpathy
XIII lo 'XI1 D IXIN we gme and bequeath a Jltney Bus so that by
llflllig, up 1nd down tht CUIIICIUID he may ue t1me and thub ay Old belng late
1 h 1'1s gllfllllfl ht h 1Xe ottaslon to plek up any othe1 st1ay w'1nde1e1s
su1 I1 1s Rtub H 11llty 111 VX1ll1s Thom IS l1e has ou1 consent to Chame tht
usu1l ntney t
XIX To the selfool we le'1y e money eufflelent to put an 1r0n1a1l1ng a1 ound
tl1e gznls l11unt1 Il on the set1 nd floo1 ID n1emo1y of the many plea ant chats
1 1111111 on llltlt lx Ruth H1ll 1nd FIGil9I1C'lx Stey ens
XX XXt do llt-IQIJX gut and bequeath to 'Xllss Mcbumne s a talklng
11 11lt IDt1n Ib wt tflyt tht 1nonopoly on lusslng 1lu11n
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XX II To the School Boa1d we leaye a no school whlstle and fOI the
btneht ol the lowe1 classes and the faculty we hope they w1ll see fit to blow
II 11n1t 1n 1 wh lt XXe don t all own 1ow boat
XX III F11 1 11111 s Thomas 16 we ,que and beque 1th a statue of Bement
Hlbl 11d 11 h1th she mn haye placed anywhe1e IH the Qchool she Cl9s1I es
XIX To I1y1nff I1letthe1 we want to gye some flowe1s 1n IGCOQHILIUII
111 h1sl11thlul QIX 11t 1 ECIIIUI ot tht Btthlye VXt XVOTILIQI 11 ht would 11,11 1e1
,N f 111 holly Hoe'
XX I11 tl1t ,llllllul wt leaye a long handled duste1 to enable l11n1 to
dust tht xtlx et tu1t uns 111 the autl1to11um otcaslonally
XXI To the school we leaxt a poltable waltlng 1oom whlth lx to be
11111111 11n tl1t hont l1wn on mghts when the Aloh1 Club glye I'II3.NQUtI'1ll6S
ll whlth lllili 11e No XIen Xllowtd XXe hope the boys w1ll take
1111 1nt1g1e ol IIIIN 1nd lttep off the file e tapes and away hom the w mdows
XXII T11 the baslttt l all team and 1ts toath we leaye some good ady 1te
XX h1 n 1f111ng 111 Xtw X 111k 1nd XICIDIIX to play basket ball Il would bt wtll to
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XXIII To Mr Moody we glV6 a Sque gee splrnkllng cart to ald hlm
ln elealrng the corrldors after the Warnlng bell has sounded It really wlll be
XXIV To M185 Plalsted we leaxe a season tlcket to Fox s Theatre so
that she may enjoy ey ery change of plctures next year as she has thls
XXV To Florence Bllnn Io we le'1ye a bottle of lnk and a pen as our
eontrrbutlon to her Cedar Chest
XXVI To the Freshmen and JUHIOIS we leaxe a llttle COUI age so that
next veal they wlll not hue to eall on the pollee Ol hlle Dublln Pugllrsts
to fight then battles
XXX II To Mlss Wal d we leaye a bottle of Rexall s Natul al Blush
and a hox of Eye Brlghteners
XXVIII To any Junlor glrl who Wants lt we leave a certaln llttle plece
of extra hall Whlch was Worn on the 18th of March by one of the llttle glrls
XXIX To M155 Crawley We lease a danger slgnal vvhleh she may
vw ue before these IQIOCIOUS LIlIlS who scramble for the Undervvoods
XXX To all succeedlngz SQIIIOI Classes we glxe the use of the 9lcllJOI ate
palaphelnalla used ln plesentlng Comus
XXXI To the Junlol Class We glwe any str ay DI ODQI ty not hereln dls
XXXII To our Alma Mater we leave our love and reverence
In Wltness Whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal at sald New
Blllaln on the twenty thlrd day of June A D Une 'lhousand Nlne Hundred
CLAQS OF 1915
ler Ruth IVI lxorton
'Nllss Y ltes lto lVIlss Hrll tldl'lSl1lllf11QI Vllgilll Put your llllll feet together
Iohnny Ia what 18 the Board ot EflL1C21tl0I'17
I VI hen I Went to se hool rt xx IS a shlngle
Feaehel rln Vllglll Where are we novsf'
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SHORT tlme altel the Clabb N1ghteXe1e1bebofl91o Pel and I belng
cuuous as to what our elasbmateb were do1ng btnce leavmg bchool
thought we would take a xx alk to the post office and see lf there
were any Wold fl om our old f11endb Ab We were pasblng up the street xve axx
a number of men tunnlng towal db ub vxax mg then '11 mb bhoutmg and dolng
all 501 tb of thlngb to bhow thetr pel tulbed SDIIILS Ab xxe dld not undelbtand
the rneanlng of the demonbtl at1on We kept on tovx HI db them but they lnstead
of stopplng lan past us and then some We btlll behexe they ale lunnlng
yet But we xvere boon to find out the caube of the trouble Tutmng a corner
We baw a red flag btlcklng out of a hole IH the eal th Then the HIYEVVOI kb began
Befole we could change ou1 mmdb the blast had bloxxn ub 1nto the ozone and
We Wexe maklng Iapld ploglebb toxxaldb the heax enb exact debtlnatlon un
We floated along fox a WlV11l9 'md then we began to tall X913 llghtly t1ll
finally we landed ln a beautlful par k At fnbt vxe thought lt Wab F1 ankhn Par k
ln our ovxn toxxn but we were boon enllghtened Belng tathel tn ed xxe bdl
down on the nearebt bench whlch beemed as lf It xx exe on the xery edge of the
earth Belng btlll Very doubtful as to oul present xx he1 eaboutb xxe began to
look around fox blgnb of l1fe Ah' a newbpaper Plcklng lt up thls wab xx hat
Read the Yelpmg Hot Dog the leadmg nexxbpapel ol Mau Then
we read on Dallx ClICL1l2lt10H .3 000 000 ECl1t0I Jameb NIcCa1 thy Tum
mg to an lnslde page we baxv a column headed -Xldb to Beauty Seeketb
The authol of thlb column Wab -Xmella Tutleb xxhobe knoxxledge 1n thlb llne
IS unhmlted Ol coulbe It 1b an unubual accompllbhment to be able to xx11te a
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down her Job wonderfully well
In another sectlon which seemed to be one of the most popular in the page
we saw that most of the space was taken up by letters to a certam person and
their answers Heading the page we saw Advlce to the Love Lorn All
questions on affalrs of the heart treated with utmost confidence and secrecv
Supervised by Madam Sarah Heart Burn or Ruth Norton 1n private life
Ruth s envlronment certalnly does agree wlth her d1spos1t1on
Just then a startllng event attracted us the aforesald event was a long line
of stars which began to pass us Little did we reallze that these stars repre
sented our glorious class As the first drew near we could see the 1nter1or
and then the real surprise came
We found ourselves before a Slde show tent At first long low sounds
whlch sounded like distant peals of thunder struck our ears Then we became
aware of the fact that lt was a man s VOICE we heard and not the elements
Upon a second glance we dlscovered that lt was no other than fur old frlend
Buck Lolselle Buck had become famous for his remarkable ba s voxce
and was now a barker for a clrcus
Stepplng closer we heard hlm say Rlght th1s way Ladles and Gentlemen
and behold the greatest wonders of the age The only two like them ln the
world They know a four years Latin course backwards and are capable of
many other notable feats All for the small sum of ten cents
After parting wlth the necessary wherewlthal we made our way lnto the
tent There ln a small enclosure surrounded by 1ron bars and CUFIOUS s1ght
seers and engaged IH a terrlfic verbal combat were our two prodlgles Iver
Axelson and MOFTIS Dubowy Stepplng up to the ra1l we were able to make
out the cause of the argument It seemed that the two young men had wr1tten
a book on the wars of the Unlted States The mam cause of all the 1ll feellng
seemed to be the choice of a suitable name for the volume Iver wished lt to
be called Famous Battles of Our Land MOFFIS thought that Notable
Combats in whlch our Forefathers Partlclpated would be the most appro
prlate Finally the argument was placed IH the hands of a sportlly dressed
1nd1v1dual whom we saw was Thure Bengtson Thure thought that the only
sultable name for the bone of contention was Scraps of American Hlstory
By the way Thure IS now a theatrical producer and some of h1s latest produc
tions are Uncle Tom s Caboose and Bengtson s All Star Vaudevllle Trlpe
or beg pardon vaudevllle troupe featurlng Jimmy Baldwln and Fat
Barnes as Damon and Pythlas or Tom and Jerry Another success IS
a real drama ln three acts on the evlls of gambllng and is called the Lost Palr
o Dlce fParad1se J
A little farther on we came to an anlmal tent and we saw a glrl standlng
before one of the cages conv ulsed with laughter On looking closer we recog
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was she replred that her grggle had been sO greatly admrred at X B H S that
she w as tr y rng to pass rt on to one of the anrmals Lookrng at the cage we aw
the srgn Laughrng Hyenfr If you c n rnflrct anythrng on hrm Leora
you ll be gorng some
Passrng on we came to a place whrch had all the appear ance of a rant
track Just then we obseryed rn the drstance a large cloud ot dust whrch
was accompanred by a racket much more terrrble than that whrch we used to
hefrr rn the Audrtorrum on Tuesday mornrnvs Judgrng by the srxe ot the
crowd rt must haye been an unusual ey ent As the cause of the cloud and
norse came rnto vrew we aw that rt was a racrng automobrle
The car was approachrng at terrrflic peed the most remarkable thrng of
the whole affarr was the attrtude of the drrx er As they whrwed by almost
completelv hrdden by a cloud of smoke whrch arose from a crgarette tastened
between the dr rver s teeth we could see hrm seated at an angle that would cau e
the brrghtest geometry shark to tremble The thrng whrch we mrstook for the
wrnd hreld was nothrrg more than hrs feet whrch were upon the da h rnstead
of on the pedals Beneath there was the rnscrrptron Post No Brlls Of
cour e thrs wonderful per son could be no other than Drck Anderson Drck
first learned to abuse a buzz buggy whrle tamrng the Abbe Hardware Co s
a certarn place and decrded to rnvestrgate As we turned a corner we saw a
crowd gathered about a carr rage Standrng at the horse s head as a representa
trve of law and order was Ralph Newell our prrde of Plarnyrlle It seemed
that Ralph had forbrdden the occupants of the carrrage who turned out to le
Harold Judd and Leon Lehrer to hrtch therr horse to a near by tree you know
Ralph lox es trees he ard he would arrest them rf they commrtted the deed
Our former fr rends rnsrsted they had all the rrght rn the world to do so as a
srgn on the tree read Frne for hrtchrng
Hear rng hoarse cr res 'rnd houts our rtterrtron was dr rwn to Pr large crowd
and srmultaneously we bounded thrther On the platform we saw Brllybun
day hrs coat off exhortrng the people to lead better lry Qs Srttrng near hrm
was Mar y Lockwood who obedrently handed hrm a glass of water now 'md then
and then uttered ferx ent -Xmens ex ery once rn a whrle to start a lrttle enthusr
asm Mar V was alw ax s strong on relrgron but we had no rdea she w ould dey ote
her lrfe to rt
Attracted by a modrste s shop whrch ady er trsed Vlarsts a Qpecralty,
we entered and saw a slender woman rn black glrdrng towards us
She w as no other th rn Darsy Kolodney w hose w'1rsts had been It the s rnrt
trme the enx y and desparr of all the rest of the grr ls of the school Her par tner
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MllllC9Ht Barnes was a valuable addltlon to the shop for she was so pollte
that lt was seldom that a customer escaped her wlthout buylng somethlng
The followmg star showed us a street whlch appeared to be the busmess
sectlon of the town first we saw a store wlth a slgn before It on whlch was
pamted a plcture of the Atlantlc Ocean Standmg 1n the doorway wlth a
prosperous a1r and h1s face wreathed 1n smlles of contentment we saw Ernle
Horton We then knew that we stood before a fish market In reply to our
questlon as to the cause of hls Joy he told us that a customer had found a pearl
valued at twenty dollars 1n an oyster purchased at hls shop The supply of
oysters needless to say was soon completely exhausted Ernle belleves that
the pearl was well worth the mvestment
As we passed along we notlced a lme of people all movmg toward a fur
nlture store across the street C lancmg at the slgn over the door we read
K Walther House Furnlshlngs on the mstallment plan 4That IS one dollar
down and the rest when you catch them D On another sxgn we saw th1s
Speclal today w1th every purchase of two dollars or more we wlll g1ve a
wlfe or husband Every sale guaranteed to be new and bullt on the most
modern ldeas We now understood why the crowd was attracted tKenny
always dld belleve IH dolng thlngs up ln style They tell us you re marrled
was Florence Blmn Florence has fixed her eyes on a certam prwe for qulte
a wh1le and now congratulatlons are 1n order
Eva Raber and Alma Stromqulst have opened a buslness college on Maln
Street Most of the students were young men but th1s llttle thmg does not
seem to dlscourage them much In fact they seem more pleased than othel
wlse when they told us about It
The next star approached rather slowly As lt drew near you could make
out the mterlor to be a steamshlp dock A large clowd gathered about the
gang plank were blddmg Bum Voyage to a couple who were mountmg lt
Yes Freddle Stevens and Ruth Hlll are now mlssxonarles and at that moment
they wele preparmg to sall for the South Sea Islands Thelr mam ambltlon
was to teach Canmbals how to become vegetarlans
As we drew away fl om the dock we saw a handsome lunch cart across the
street Phll Fagan IS proprletor and Alfred Hanbury presxdes over the kltchen
In order the guests may not have too much trouble whlle 1nhal1ng thelr soup
Phll provldes them wlth nolseless soup spoons The most frequent guests are
members of the Glooks especlally Clarence Wllll8mS and Clement Hallman
Clemmy says that he now understands what IS meant when they say Dlnmg
a la Carte tcartj
The next scene that was thrust upon us looked hke the lI1Sld6 of a church
As the strams of the organ burst upon ou1 eals we turned to see who the ac
compllshed muslclan was, and plcture our surprlse when we saw Loulse Doerr
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tenor had the hrccoughs whrle srngrng hrs brt and Lourse had to watch hrm
lrke a hawk rn or der to skrp a note ex ery trme he hrcked
Passrng through a par k near the church we saw somethrng that rmmedrately
caught our eye It really was the most rnterestrng statue we ex er saw lt
consrsted of three grr ls who were supposed to be engaged rn conversatron One
seemed to be too grouchy to say anythrng and another appeared to be rather
proud and drsdarned to talk to her companrons whrle the thrrd was too trred
to say anythrng Of course they could be no other than our old fr rends Hen
rretta Flagg Nellre Ellrot and Faye Leavrtt
When the State Caprtol came rn srght rn the next star we entered There
lookrng Just as drgnrfied as ever stood our old frrend Otto Kahl Otto was
class grrnd you know and after leavrng school he was so devoted to hrs books
that he finally became a page rn the legrslature
Passrng rnto the Senate chamber we saw a tall red harred young man
delrverrng a speech on Woman s Suffrage Who else could rt be but Curtrss
Morgan? Curtrss rs an ardent admrrer of the cause for he always drd love
the ladres Hrs pet belref rs that all women should hang together
We then thought we would stroll down to the new Crty Hall and rnspect
the burldrng As we passed through the corrrdor we were cautroned to be very
quret as the Board of Strategy was havrng a secret sessron wrth the Mayor
Just then a door opened and the members of the Board came out Who were
they? Who else could they be but Lourse Lrght Elfrreda Crnsberg Mary
Demrnskr and Ida Clark These grrls are the charter members of the three
year club of the Class of 1915 and are now the Mayor s most trusted advrsors
As we came out of the crty hall an ambulance drew up to the door an
three nurses got out The object of therr vrsrt was a poor lrttle poodle who
had become strrcken wrth the heat Yes Olga Anderson Ebba Carlson an
Sadre Gordon are nurses at the New Br rtarn Hosprtal The owner of the og
a young lady ver y fashronably attrred was Arlrne Root Ar lrne rs the head of
the school department at Newrngton Center
Tommy Rrley rs manager and coach of a famous Athletrc Club We hope
he rs as successful as he was when connected wrth certarn local teams
When the next star showed us the rnterror of a theatre we knew we were
rn for a rather pleasant trme The first thrng that caused us to srt up and take
notrce was the orchestra leader At first rt seemed as rf he was tryrng to hrde
behrnd hrs vrolrn and he nearly succeeded for although some trme has passed
Henry Schupack our class baby strll refuses to grow
Glancrng about vxe saw a drgnrfied young man srttrng rn the crrtrcs box
Ray Goodale rs now the greatest crrtrc rn the country dramatrc and other
wrse Ray strll belrex es that the only trouble wrth the pace that krlls rs that
rt does not krll enough of them
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which eame from a person ceeupxrng the Center of the sl tge lt xx1s no other
than Al Tuthrll xxho was only elearrng hrs thro ll lelore he began to pcalx
He made a xery hflndsc me preture as he slt od there w ith a comb 1nd brush rn
one hand and some girls photr graphs rn thc other u ls noxx 1 matinee
rcol From reports xxc hrxe heard reccntlx hc rs till idol rc le
The next was a lugglrng act 1nd fXndx Dahlbcrff c ru ed u to hold cn
to our seats leeause of the c11reless m 1nner rn xxhrch he threw eggs lllfl such
things, around Andx later teld u that he rs such 1 high priced pcrtormcr
that he rs not bothered ly the h gh cc st of lrxrng
After that there came a c cg dancing act bx Rose S 1b'ot lex 1nd D 1rsy
Koplowrt7 Both girls are followrrg the xaudexrlle stage We haxe heard
that Oscar Hammer stern rs after them lgut we hope he does not eateh them
for they Wrll haxe to pay for a new stage floor We hear that Rose rs fond ot
soda, and especially Moxie
The next act was a decided sueee s It consisted ot two grr ls c ne c i whom
gave dramatic reertatrens, nd the other danced, and thexf were I1 thel Brady
and Edith Bayer Ethel s biggest sueees was She sleeps in the xalley
By request while Edith s interpretation ot the anerent ffreelx dances was 1
The eurtarn then roselor the m un 1ttr 1ctron lt 1ppearcdtobc thc ccnter
of a beautiful garden Standing bene 1th 1 balcony rdorncd rn a handsome
Mexican 'lrouhador s unrlorm 1nd singing 1 serenade rn a rem 1rlc1blc tcnor
a ete, Iddre Curran Ut rurse e or ect o 1 this tender dcxo
could le no other than Max Tor max xxho lcancd oxer the r rrhng listening
as attentrvely as he used to rn the corridor rn d1xs gt nc bx xxhrlc she c 1st
shy glanees at Pt young polrcen an cn the corner
Leaving the theater we thought we wc uld go 1round tothe sl rge door 1nd
rcnew old acquarntanees wrth our actor trrends but when xxc got thcrc wc srxx
at some one had beaten us to rt X s sl rdrng thcrc
C hrrstmas Free still cl c ur c' rss dude Nor man 'Xlclxrrdx Ire ol the sh ll p crt 1 c
and pressed shoe str ings Mac rs malxrng quite a hrt as a sl 1ge door Johnnx
and rl you saw hrs elothes yc u would belrexe Us
In the next star we aw a uffragette parade rn prc gre s -XlIDOst hidden
by a huge xotes lor Vxomen flag we aw our mc st cholarlx cl 1ssm 1te
Leah Adelman the animated question marlc Ccmrng rn the opposite drrcc
t1on,c1arr51ngal'1rge banner pr oc larmrng that Vi orncn s pl rce ls the home xx IN
rcur Ahlstrom It xx rs umorcd th 1t the main rc rson lor
was competition XM c 1' l I I 1
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wllc 'md C 1fl'I1EX pelsonallx eoncluctecl IOUIN I pon IDX estlgatlng, we
found th 1t ljOl'l"1lfl was thc lll1n.1gel w hlle t1l'1nt explalnecl the polnts of lnter
cst 1s thex welt p 1sscd The tlltlllsls often UJITlI7l'llI'1tCl that Crlant spoke o
slowlx that thex HEXU he ll d 1 thlng explalnccl untll thex H919 a mlle OI two
up the lcad and had folgotten lt
Donald s chalmlng nlannels dlcl much to pl eselx e peace among the mem
hels of the paltx and he clalms that hls expel IQIICG ln managlng was obtalned
whllc man 1261 ot oul lamous l11sketl11ll team clullng hls SGHIOI V981 at Hlgh
Icancttc Honlss ls now 1 litlllltl on ln 1tomx Shc ls an al dent student
s IN llITl mc IKXQI IH XIXISLK Htl lttc t wolk IS .1 book IH SIX
o lllllcs cntll cc hc ln Lllill ol 1 House ' She axs she got hel ln plla
tloll w hllc llstenlng to 1 Bot IDN lcctule one clax Ill Room 40
A gentle pull 1 cloud ol dust 1nd anothel Itolcl had pabsecl It was
N lntc n lXH11Q'l'lL w ho l now cng lj.fGfl ln selllng the LlI'1lX GI sal C211 The company
completlns hcc'1usc llc uscs so much gtsollne but Vlnt saws It lb all IH the lnter
est of thc huslness Most ot hls customels E116 young ladles, plohably due
to hls fatal glft ot beautx Needless to sax hc leaves a tl all of broken heal ts
ln the wake of hls Fol cl but w hat we would llke to know SITICQ he IS so fickle
l how dld Clolllne Cfooclwln twlnl hls healt
IUQHI wc enteled lt seems that l If cl also has hel tl oubles, lOl hel patlence
lS nc ll lx exllf1ustcd luv thc Cdllylngf on ot '1 young wc uld lc muslclan next dool
ln laet although he has .1 gc c cl sense ol humol care and worry dld not make
hel lose lf 'lhls was shown when she wanted to know lf the voung asplrant
who plax ed the plano next dool w ole mlttens Ol boxlng gloves
Attlftctccl ln ft hanclsonlc gold NIKQH IH a VSlI'1fl0VN aclc ss the stleet, we w ele
ll 1sccl to cc tl t t lt l Stunt Johnscn Dcctol cf Dental Suffellng
Swat l 1 tull lledgcd dcntlst now l ut when we asked hlm how he was get
IIHKQI along he told Us that llthough most ol hls patlents w ele holmalltes, and
tl ade w as lathel llght he stlll managed to pull out
X es Helen RIHQICJRE In D1 oplletol of that tea S1019 we just passed Helen
galned so much GYPGIIGHCG whllc taklng cale of hel fathel s place, that she
flnallx cleclclecl to lun ln coml ttltlon
'Next dool to Htlen s pl ICQ Vkds 1 plettx llttle candy S1016 Looklng
tlllough the XY1f1!lOXX wc aw Elslc 'NIcClum and 'Nellle Nllnol hehlvd the
COUHLGI Xellle was cllawlng IJICLUIGS fol the bolce , and Elsle w as sampling
the Contents Qtancllng IH the doolwax OTTGIIHQ sweet smlles to paesers bv
as lnclucement wa Allce Nlanee It IS needle s to add that the aforesald
smlles w ele the cause ol .1 tu ll on the candx ma ket
ll hcn wc s1w '1 l1lgc xcllow w IQOH go lax and Root's Hand Laundlx
on thc slcle wc VKLIL lnttlt tcd Bullltt Root klng ol Rough housers, lb the
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happy manager of the laundry He gets the orders and she does the workf'7D
At present we do not know hls address but he stlll hangs out at Maple Hlll
If any of you were to be s1tt1ng on a planet and heard muslc lssulng from
a star we are sure you would be startled and especlally where sald muslc
sadly resembled s1ng1ng When thls star was near enough we sought the source
of the muslc and found that all the nolse came from a store run by Helen
Cunmngham and Lmnea Johnson Thelr plan for sell1ng muslc was very slm
ple Thelr s1lent partner Huldah Johnson would slng to the customers and
before they recovered from the shock Helen and Lmnea sold them enough to
start a store of the1r own We were told that Huldah had been despondent
for a tlme but lately she has begun to feel more CF1lmoreD cheerful and her
most popular song IS O man O man fOhmanj by the founta1n I awalt thee
Hearlng a loud scraplng and shufflmg of feet as we passed a large bulldlng
w1th barred wmdows we went 1n to find the cause of all the dlsturbance When
once 1ns1de we saw that It was a pr1son but st1ll we could not find the source
of the nolse Fmally we came to a large room IH the center of wh1ch were two
young men They were Harry Slderowfsky and Johnny Begley Both boys
are spendmg the1r tlme g1v1ng exhlbltlons of the Fox Trot Lamp Post Gllde
Homeward Stagger and other famous dances at the pr1sons If that doesn t
make the convlcts glad they are ID prlson we don t know what w1ll
By thls tlme we began to wonder as to what had become of our old frlend
Rose Fox but our fears were soon set at rest when we saw her commg out of
a handsome bulldlng on a corner She told us that she was now runnmg a
correspondence school for the mam purpose of teachlng people to sm1le and be
cheerful We know from past experlences that Rose lS a success for when
she was m H1gh School she always was a good sport
We were rather startled by a v1s1on whlch appeared before us but lt only
proved to be Bement Hlbbard s necktle Bement who was our slang1est class
mate as well as sport often told us that he would never get h1tched unless he
could cop a dame w1th a steady Job But slnce then we have learned that he
has not llved up to thls for he IS now h1tched as he would say and IS happy
and we know that Gladys flSl too
Helen Raphael IS now helpmg her father s busmess by dressmg up IH the
very last word IH style and walkmg slowly through Maln Street They say lt
IS a fine advertlsement and that she always has a large crowd of admlrlng women
followmg her and they eventually land IH the store
Carolme Wessels IS the proud publlsher of a SGFIGS of lectures entltled How
to be brutally frank on all occaslons In the preface she explams that she IS
well quahfled to wr1te such thlngs as she had always practlced the prmclple
whlle at school
The loud clanglng of a bell startled us and the local pohce patrol came
flylng along, dr1ven by a long ha1red poetlc lookmg young fellow whom we
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1n two affalrs of the heart and belng IH some doubt as to the thlrd he thought
he would devote hls l1fe to makmg th1ngs easy for the unfortunate so he
donated thls beautlful auto patrol and glves them rxdes lnstead of makmg
them walk to the cooler
We were afrald that the next star would bump somethlng as 1ts course
was very erratlc but when we saw that It was a trolley car we breathed eas1er
Jack Street was the motorman hence we have Street Car and J lmmy Roche
was the conductor Jlmmys professlonal name IS Rob Nlchols tIllCkl9SJ
We thought we would take a short rlde but after we got on we were dlsappolnt
ed m the speed of the car Fmally we sald to Jlmmy Can t you go any faster
than th1s'7 Yes he replled But I ve got to stay on the cal
We were travelllng along we heard the honklng of a horn and percelved
two young ladles each dr1v1ng autos Hazel Hart and Gertrude Castle are
operatlng a Jltney bus between the Hlgh School and Pla1nv1lle Of course
Vlnton s Umversals are the cars used and both glrls are dolng a prosperous
But the real surprlse came when on lookmg mto a followlng star we saw
a llttle curly halred chap also drlvmg a Unlversal whlle engaged ln earnest
conversatlon w1th a young lady who was falrly labeled South Manchester
Yes It was Doc Martm and he says she was h1s dancmg teacher We won
der 1f the dances after a certaln basketball game were h1s first lessons
Karme Suneson Emma Tommasom and Regma Clark have wrltten a
book called How to be smart IH school and st1ll be happy As dellcate a
subject as thls could not be placed ln better hands for all three seemed to be
just overcome wlth Joy
As we passed a large department stole we were attl acted by somethlng
ln a wlndow filled w1th toys At th st we thought lt was a huge b1ll1ken doll
but It was only Buggy Felt he of the contaglous smlle He IS makmg quxte a
h1t ln h1s new pos1t1on
When we heard the sound of waves 1n the next star we knew we were at
the shore and the most promlnent people there are W1ll19 C regol y and Merton
Lamb They are 1n the hotel buslness and when we saw them they were
answerlng a letter from a would be guest who desued two large rooms facmg
the ocean wlth prlv ate bath At W1ll1e s dlctatlon Melton was wr1t1ng the
followmg Dear S1r All rooms face the ocean and that s your bath
The slght of two young ladles who were such great pals at school havmg
an argument would cause anyone to look twlce and more so when the g1rls
were Hazel Talmadge and Hazel Duncanson It seemed that they were ln
doubt as to the nature of the selectlon that IS played so frequently at weddmgs
Mlss Talmadge thought It vsas the Sweet Dreams Waltz but Mlss Duncanson
thought It was the ' Battle Hymn of the Republlc
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Marty Horwrt7 now owns a hardware shop and Vrncent C lynn the ever
oblrgrng rs hrs head clerk Whrle we were wartrng for a chance to speak to
the boys a very wrld eyed young man rushed rn and crred l want some porson
qurck' He was Allen Moore Vrncent as oblrgrng as ever replred Thrs
rs a hardware store but we have a fine lrne of ropes revolvers and
Loomrs Thompson our artrst rs a famous parnter rn New York Tommy s
abrlrty has won hrm many laurels but the most that he rs drawrng at present
are hrs breath and C old Medal Flour Srgns
Comrng down the street at a modest gart we avr Angela Curtrn and Bessre
Conlon Both grrls are keeprng house that rs a ort of bachelor quarters for
they strll seem to be man shy
Calar ence Sandstrom the camera man rs now rn the mowrng prcture busr
nes When patrons enter the theater they are ser7ed by a couple of huskres
who throw them around untrl they are drzvy Then they see plenty of moyrng
prctures It mrght also be well to check your valuables before enterrng
C reat was our anrazementwhen on lookrng rnto the next star we saw Leland
Hoar presrdrng over a meetrng of auto racrng men Barney lookedreal
cute wrth hrs fe t on the table and a huge crgar rn hrs mouth The present
drscussron concerned an automobrle tour of all parts of the world and Mexrco
As we came out of the meetrng place vse saw a large parade whrch was
Unron Just then a large moxrng van came by wrth all the drgnrtarres rn rt
The most drstrngurshed of them all was the drrver and he was no other than
our old pal Dutch Lerst the Trppy Fay of the Hrgh School He was our
lazrest member you know Dutch was presrdent of the Expressman s Unron
and the parade was rn hrs honor Thrs we easrly understood when we was our
rube twrns Paul and Phrlrp Clamp carryrng a banner on whrch rt ard Vote
for Lerst the Workrng Man s Fr rend Yfu see Dutch was a candrdate
for the town farm Job
We followed the parade and when rt stopped we drew nearer to hear the
speakers The first was a young man who told a few Jokes to keep the audr
ence rn good humor We knevs by hrs ready smrle that rt was Al Johnson
Followrng hrm came the speaker of the evenrng At first we farled to recognrze
the drgnfied person wrth the hrgh hat cane and VanDyke beard but when he
was rntroduced by Dutch we found rt was Johnny Darrow Johnny rs
most Exalted Ruler of the Ancrent and Benevolent Order of C looks and
rs Dutch s brggest polrtrcal ally
A more str rkrng rllustratron of the lroness and the lamb could not be found
than when we aw Anna Lrpman and Helen Kutscher on a platform before
an rmmense gather rng of women pleadrng for funds to proxrde a home for
Homeless Hoboes Vlhrle Anna str oxe by loud and eloquent arguments to
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sway her hearers Helen who always malntalned that sllence w 'ls golden ll led
to convince them by smlllng sweetly and sawing nothing
Beatrice Zeltlln and Rose Vlellnsky ale SC16Ht1StS Thell most notable
feat was the tamlng of the savage onlon w hlch was accomplished by lobblng
lt of lts strength They are now working on the subject of boneless bananas
Of course anyone who spends much of then tlme at one celtaln place IS
bound to keep to the hablt and so Bertha VN addell IS managel of I+ ox s Theatle
IH New Brltaln where she slts and passes ludgment on the fflshlon fllms
When the next star floated by we heald a factoly whlstle and aftel
llttle detectlvlng we found that lt came from a large tobacco W2lI9l10l1S9
Yes St9VlQ Donnelly our athlete IS proplletol and when we saw hlm he
was trying to memorize a long llst of clgals He explalns that he was Just
learning the ropes of the Clgal business Then he told us he was going to get
married We thlnk you alefoollng Steve but does Mal garet Meehan tmeanl lt?
Passlng out to the sidewalk we notlced a motionless figure near the culb
No It was not a monument but It was Alan Hall Al spoke so seldom ln school
that he finally lost hls power of speech and IS now working as an Indian Slgn
for Steve s cigar store
Vlola Strosser oul other athlete IS now happlly IT13.IIl9Cl and IS llklng ln
Plalnvllle You all no doubt wonder where her gl eat llklng for athletlcs wlll
now benefit her but when we saw her she was IH the mldst of a thrllllng strug
gle wlth a pall of ashes whlch she was trylng to slft with an old tennls racquet
Pearl Woods our other class baby spends a great deal of hel tlme teaching
phonographs to talk backwards If anyone can do It Peall can
Maurice Rosenberg and Hal ry MllkOWltZ our parliamentary law fiends
ale serving as legal counsel for the N Y IN H 8L H Rallload They certainly
are well SU1CEd for the posltlon Maurice first galned hls ablllty to argue ln
When we saw the Hlgh School ln the next star we thought thele was some
mistake but we found lt was greatly altered A slgn ox QI one room which
read French Department attracted us for the head of this depaltment was
Leonle Crowe Of course her frlendllness with the luler of Room 18 dullng
the good old days has gly en her many tlps and we were told that her speclalts
Eleanor Gl ant IS now presldlng over the trlpod of the Delphlan Ol aclt
She IS the leading authority on all Greek and Latln texts and has wrltten sex QI al
volumes on The Strength of Mushrooms She IS promotlng the ldea of
substltutlng the Mushroom of dynamlte for blasting purposes
Able Lipman the human rattle and also dance pl omotel IS now the tl aln
announcer at the Newington statlon Judging fl om the natule of the Job we
can say that Able IS stlll llylng up to his abllltv of belng able to talk a lot
and not say anything
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Fompounce Edna s fame as a cook rs wrde spread and we understand that
the lake rs a popular meetrng place for New Brrtarn H S alumnr
We were greatly surprrsed to hear that Esther Allrng had become a doctor
Of all thrngs thrs was the least expected Whrle talkrng wrth her we found
that after trymg her professron for a short trme she found she was too bashful
to contrnue so she took up Chrrstran Sclence and now grves her patrents absent
A large electrrc srgn rn the next star proclarmrng that the three farrles would
be seen next caught our eye Of course Harry s attentron was rmmedrately
arrested Imagrne our surprrse when we saw Ca Mrlls Trppy Traut
and MHYIOH Stanley rnterpretrng the pr rncrples of Isador a Duncan They made
a great hrt for they trrpped about on the stage rn a very gamesome manner
It qulte remrnded us of therr sprrrted renderrng of Comus rn the old days
We could see that dayllght was approachrng as the next star was very
drm but stlll we were able to make out two grrls at work rn a garden Angehne
Strquel and Hrldur Torrell are rrv als of Luther Burbank the garden wrzard
When we saw them they were tryrng to cross an egg plant wrth some mrlk
weed IH order to produce custard pre
When we saw a sad lookmg lady who appeared to be seekrng someone we
knew rt was Harrret Wells Srnce the departure of last year s class Harrret
has been more moody CMoodyl than ever and we have been unable to frnd a
cure for her But cheer up Harr ret the roads are good now and Ralph hould
worry 1f he mrsses that last car
The srght of a husky cow puncher galloplng down the street and srngrng
at the top of hrs x orce rs always rnterestrng We knew rt was Hank Donnelly
and he also owns a ranch In fact he owns two a cattle ranch and a monkey
VN e thought that the suffragettes had captured the town when we saw three
grr ls rn unrform at the rarlroad statron But we found we were mrstaken when
we heard Clara Powers say All the latest magazrnes and papers and Annre
Smrth cr red out Elastrc Chewrng C um lasts longer than all others whrle
Anna Schmrd s war cry was Smash your baggage'
Jacob Cohen 1sJan1tor of the Crty Hall He says that thrngs rn the Crty
Bulldrng are soon due for a clean sweep
Catherrne O Leary Jessre Nrelson and Helen Pelton have Jorned the
Krntters Lnron and are knrttmg socks for our polrce force They thrnk that
char rty should begrn at home but rn thrs case Helen says there rs nobody home
The sound of a band would cause anyone to get excrted and we hustled
out to the curb to get a good vrew of the norse It was thls Byron Wrlber
was startrng out to walk around the world At that moment the band was
qurte a brt ahead of hrm, and Byron was trylng to catch up a pr actrce whrch
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CO PARTNERSHIP OF CAPITAL AND LABOR
HE passing of the nineteenth century saw a marked change rn the
status of the workrngman The change was especially noteworthy
rn polrtrcs due to the extension of constitutional rights to all
Gladstone the great English statesman rightly called rt the age of the
Notwithstanding this change has there been the same advancement rn
the rndustr ral world as rn the polrtrcal world? The best answer to this question
can be found rn the present drscontentment of the working classes Evidence
of this fact was submitted at the hearings of the Commission on Industr ral
Samuel Untermyer the New York lawyer said Caprtalrsts surrender
only when forced to the rndrvrdual worker when unorganwed has not a fair
chance and gave as his reason for the present rndustrral unrest the injustice
of existing conditions More remarkable was the testimony of Daniel C ug
genherm the caprtalrst who stated the difference between the rrch man and
the poor man rs too great The only way to get away from the industrial
unrest rs to reduce the difference Laborers have as much right to organ17e
as capitalists they are human beings the workrngman does not merely want
'rn increase rn wages he wants comfort for himself and hrs family and he wrll
there would be a social rex olutron
The statements of these two great authorities cannot be disposed of as
rdle talk The truth of then words re echoes rn our ears Polrtrcal democracy
and rndustr ral autocracy cannot go hand rn hand the two are rncompatrble
and cannot remain long srde by srde
This howex er rs but one xrew of the story The employers have their
srde also One hears the employer constantl sawing l am working much
harder than any of my employ ees and rt rs true But while he rs working
harder he rs haxrng the satrsfaetron whrch comes from work The men who
are denied par trerpatron rn business are denied that satisfaction and conse
quently do not exert themselxes to the utmost
As a matter of faet there are few things rn lrfe as interesting as wor k under
proper eondrtrons and the way rn which employ ers generally work establishes
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the truth of thrs statement They complain becau e their employees do not
work as hard as they themselx es and that they do not feel the responsrbrlrty
of the business Let the employers give them the opportunity to bear the r espon
srbrlrty and the response wrll come For unrest usually means unused faculties
and there vtrll be labor unrest untrl the facultres of the laboring men are fully
The employers sfrv that there rs not enough produced to compensate the
claims of labor and thrs rs true The present profits produced rn our rndus
trral world are not enough to satrsfy the demands of both Capital and Labor
0ur hope lres rn producing more and the only way to produce more rs for Labor
and Capital to ccoperate fully
From the controversies of our time there emerge three mam ideas as to
the best way rn whrch rndustry can be organized Frr st Industry may be
organized as rt rs at present on the basis of pure rndryrdualrsm Second It
may be organized on the basis of State and Munrcrpal Socralrsm Third It
may be organized on the basrs of voluntary assocratron that rs Co partnershrp
of Capital and Labor
Pure rndrvrdualrsm has put the control of rndustry rn the hands of the few
who provide the caprtal whrle labor has been pard rn wages only The result
rs a contrnual strife between these two factors Socralrsm has no desire to
begin where we are now but wrshes us to take a leap rnto the dark Its prrn
crples are not voluntary but compulsory and are based on many elements
fraught with danger
Voluntary assocratron or rn other words Co partnershrp of Capital and
Labor rs a happy mean It rs not a rex olutron rn our rndustry but rs an evo
lutron It IS no chrmera but rs the basrs towards whrch we are grayrtatrng
It has already appeared on the horrzon and rs traveling towards the zenrth
Let us examine for a few moments the possrbrlrtres that lre rn thrs form of co
Co partnershrp of Caprtal and Labor rn rts srmplest form provrdes that
the worker should recerve rn addrtron to hrs wages some share rn the final
profit of the business and that the worker should accumulate a part of thrs
share of the profit rn the caprtal of the business employing hrm thus garnrng
the ordrnary rrghts and responsrbrlrtres of a shareholder A scientific detail
plan based on thrs proposrtron has been rndorsed by President Emeritus Elliot
of Harvard by Srr George Lry esey a captain of rndustry rn London and by
A general outline of the plan rs as follows Labor rs to be pard Its lryrng
wage and caprtal rs to be given rts drxrdend say 606 whrch represents rts
lry mg wage All earnings rn excess of thrs after a sum has been lard asrde for
surplus caprtal rs to be drvrded between caprtal and labor The labor partner
rs to recerve a share of thrs net profit based on hrs annual wage, and the caprtal
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partner a share based on hls annual dlVld6l'1d This would be a sclentlfic
d1v1s1on of the net earnlngs first slnce lt IS based on the servlce rendered and
second since 1t eliminates the principle of bargamlng in whlch the stronger
pal ty always recelved the best of the ba1ga1n
A part of the surplus profit thus allotted to each worker should accumulate
IH the capital of the business The method by whlch this IS usually achleved
IS by retaining a part say one half or one third of the annual surplus profit
of each worker for this purpose The laborer automatically then becomes a
shareholder and IS entitled to a vote ln proportion to hls capltal
In thls plan we have the worker s earnings increased by a share of profit
which does not fall upon the cost and therefore does not lncrease the price to
the consumer Above all we have the worker accumulating capital and there
by lmprovmg his status in lndustry This accumulation of capital by the
worker prepares and insures him against a rainy day or old age Further
more this general increase in the earnings of the worker w1ll tend to raise the
wages 1n professions such as teaching and office holding where the co partner
ship pr1nc1ple cannot be applied
But the questlon stlll remains IS Co partnershlp of Capital and Labor
possible of attamment? Is it practical? Examples throughout the world
testlfy to 1ts feasibility Co partnership in some form or other has been intro
duced in almost all kmds of manufacturing and mercantile business as well
as ln agrlculture
The one most promlnent 1n our minds lb the Ford Motor Company This
company organlzed a profit sharlng plan but dld not allow ltS workers to be
come part owners of the capital This plan has proven that under better con
d1t1ons labor w1ll produce more Durlng the month of February under the
profit sharing plan with 200 less men over 10 000 more motor cars were made
and shlpped than during the month of February in the preceding year under
the old plan Moreover the price of the motor car to the publlc was consider
The best example of stock holding by the employees IS the Unlted States
Steel Corporation Thls is undoubtedly the largest lndustrlal corporatlon IH
the world In 1912 It employed 221 000 and the nominal value of 1ts issued
share capital was 868 m1ll1on dollars Since 1903 this corporation has offered
to all employees upon easy and especially favorable terms shares of 1ts capital
stock In 1913 46 000 employ ees were stock holders and the par value of
the stock held by these was over 165 million dollars Andrew Carnegie said
that he considered th1s plan of making the workmen shareholders as the great
est of all forward steps yet taken for bunglng workmen and capitalists closer
Here we have two of our largest manufactux mg concerns attemptlng to
reconcile the worker, the Ford Company mstltutlng profit sharing the United
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unrted so as to br mg about real ccoperatron The plan should not be of a
quret pow der krnd but a genurne attempt to grxe the employ ee fr greater share
rn the yalue of hr labor
Nlany establrslrrnentsbased onrealccoperatron exrst throughout rll hurope
In London for rnstance the C as Lrght SL Coke Company adopted thrs system
The eaprtfrl of thrs concern does not fall far short of 100 mrllron dollars and the
number of employees who enjoy co partner shrp prrxrleges exceed 9 000
The two largest concerns rn the Unrteel States estfrblr hed en r co p rr tner
shrp basrs are the Nelson Nlanufacturrng Company of St Lours and Proctor
Sz C amble Company of Crncrnnatr The former employs 1 .200 hands and the
latter 2 500 A few months ago the Dennrson 'Nlanufacturrng Company of
Massachusetts turned oyer rts huge factory to the full control of rts 2 400
employees Thrs factory rs to be re establrshed on a real co par tnershrp basrs
Co partnershrp of Caprtal and Labor hculd be the next step rn our rndus
tr ral World To promote thrs end a law for encouragrng companres to reorgan
partner shrp but certarn restrrctrons mrght be wrthdrawn and certarn pr rvrleges
granted to corporatrons adoptrng thrs system whrch are not allowed to those
based on purely caprtalrstrc basrs
The master and servant relatron rn our rndustr y should be abolrshed Ihe
Workman has ceased to regard hrmself as a servant He regards hrmself as
the equal of the caprtalrst and desrr es to be hrs co partner rn hrs busrness He
rs becomrng more and more educated and rs ready to enter rnto hrs herrtage
and partake of hrs share Thrs partnershrp of the worker and the changes
that wrll accompany rt the share holder s rrghts the more efficrent work the
more sympathetrc control wrll Wholly change our rndustr ral system
As I stated rn the begrnnrng a great ady ancement for the Wor krngman has
been made rn gow ernment Co par tnershrp of Caprtal and Labor rs I belrexe
a mox ement destrned to do rn the rndustr ral world what the rntroductron of
constrtutronal rrghts has done rn goy ernment I mean to transform the 'rutoc
racy and monopoly of lndustry rnto an rndustr ral democracy gradually peace
fully and wrth profit rn a long run to all concerned
Thrs plan rs the greatest proclamatron of rndependence to human torlers
srnce the days of Washrngton It rs the brggest work of human emancrpatron
srnce Lrncoln freed the slay es It can rrghtly be called a 20th Century blue
prrnt of the Sermon on the 'Xlount
IX ER JI LILS AXELSON
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As told by the old Story Teller Smoky Day J
Far away rn Abyy orna a lad of the Sroux Called Chatonska
Lry ed rn a lrttle yrllage A goodly youth was he
Tall and as strarght as the arroyys that he was so skrlled rn
lsrng So fear less yy as he that hrs comrades called hrm the Strong Heart
All of hrs lrfe he had longed for the trme when he would be able
Leaylng the lrttle y rllage to go rn search of adventure
When rn the yyrrrter vyrth rcy blasts Kabrbrnnokka the north Wrnd
Hoyyled o er the barren pr an res and yvhrstled and moaned through the forest
Hfrppy vy rs he to remarn near the warmth and the cheer of the wrgwam
But yy hen yyrth gentle breezes glad Sprrngtrme Came to Abworna
VN hen from then vyrnttr exrle the joy ous brrds Were returnrng
Ny hen the shy floyy ers peeped out from under the leaves of the forest
Prllrnff the balmy an yyrth a fragrance syy eet and eluslye
Then yyrth hrs father ll abeno the youthful Chatonska pleaded
S ryrn f Xosa my frther the rushrng r1y er rs eallrng
-Xnd yyrth gentle yorces the yyrnds and the buds of the forest
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Let me say farewell to my comrades and go rn search of adventure'
Then after much contemplatron the aged Wabeno responded
Co my son go Chatonska follow the wrnds and the rrx er
Well do I understand the feelrng that rrses wrthrn thee
C o and here ls a grft that wrll keep thee from harm on thy Journey
Here rs a magrc arrow when thou hast need of aught shoot rt
Many a long day Fhatonska had followed the call of the rrver
Followed the wrnds of the forest vrrthersoever they called hrm
Scarcely had Wabun Annung the shrnrng star of the mornrng
Faded each day when joyously he would contrnue hrs Journey
Care free and happy was he for food he provrded by huntrng
Thus far fortune had favored but one day weary and farnt he
Wandered rn fr urtless search hrther and yon through the forest
Frnally trred and despondent he thought of hrs magrc arrow
Thought of the grft of hrs father and drawrng rt out from the qurver
Qurckly and skrllfully shot rt then turnrng stood rn amazement
Lo' stretched out on the ground at hrs feet an enormous black bear
Lay lrke a fallen tree that the mrghty mnds of the forest
Ragrng have overturned whrch lres so majestrc though srlent
Whrle through rts leafy branches the breezes rustle and qurver
So lrke a fallen tree the great bear lay rn the forest
Lrfeless he lay and strll and hrs fur by the breezes was ruffled
Wonderrng Chatonska gazed for prercrng hrs srde was the arrow'
Wanderrng at last the youth arrrx ed at the edge of the forest
Where on the fertrle plarn lay a large and prosperous vrllage
Wrshrng to pass through the vrllage and yet not wrshrng to stop there
That he mrght pass unnotrced and contrnue hrs way unmolested
Qurckly he changed hrmself to a ragged forlorn lrttle urchrn
And thus drsgursed started out leayrng the forest behrnd hrm
Now on the edge of the vrllage apart from the rest of the wrgwams
Poorly burlded and small stood the lodge where the old Tunkasheedah
Feeble and poor and neglected dwelt wrth hrs squaw Magaskawee
Feeble and poor and neglected but tender hearted and krndly
Thus drd rt chance Magaskawee seerng Chatonska approachrng
Seerng the lrttle fellow so ragged forlorn and pathetrc
P'tyrng ber koned hrm to her and offerrng hrm food sard wrth krndness
Srt lrttle grandson and eat srt here and rest thou art weary
Thou art too lrttle to roam through the wrlderness ways of the forest
Stay then wrth us rn our teepee though humble our lot thou art wel
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Then was the heart of Chatonska filled wrth conflrctrng emotlons
Eager was he to press on to contlnue hrs search for adventure
Was rt for thrs he had left hrs frrends and the home of hrs boyhood?
Was rt to such a lot that the wlnds and the rrver had called h1m'7
Why should he frrtter hrs trme rn the lodge of thrs humble old couple?
Surely no valrant deed could be wrought rn such lowly surroundrngs
But oer these thoughts there was soundmg a vorce that whrspered For
All these two have they are offerrng and wrlt thou ungrateful reject rt
Well dost thou realrze therr need and wrlt thou unfeelrng not heed rt?
Thrnk then no more of thyself but stay and serve them who would help thee
Then to the old Magaskawee the youthful Chatonska made answer
Grandmother thou art krnd and krnd rs the good Tunkasheedah
Grateful am I and gladly wrll I remarn rn thy wrgwam
So Chatonska remamed and became as therr own lrttle grandson
Three trmes the sun had rrsen and now for the thrrd trme was settmg
And as rt dropped from srght beyond the far stretchrng prarrres
Srlently over the plarn soft shadows of twllrght came stealrng
Watchrng the smoke as rt rdly curled from the fires of the vrllage
Gradually drsappear rn the glrmmerrng vapors of evenrng
Presently lrttle Chatonska approachrng sard to the old man
Grandfather had I some arrows and could go and hunt rn the forest
You would not need to labor so hard from mornmg trll evenrng
Wrllrngly old Tunkasheedah fashroned a bow and some arrows
And ere the first gleams of day had awakened the slumbermg vrllage
Takrng hrs bow and hrs qurver Chatonska set out for the forest
But wrth hrs other arrows hrs magrc arrow he carrred
Grven hrm long before by hrs father the skrllful Wabeno
Sunset had come agarn and agarn at the door of the wrgwam
Watchrng the lrne of the forest the old Tunkasheedah was restrng
Lo' as he warted the boy appeared at the edge of the forest
Wrldly he beckoned and wonderrng the old man called Magaskawee
Hastenrng therr totterrng steps they came to where lrttle Chatonska
Beammg wrth pleasure stood wartrng and lo' on the ground lay a great bear'
Qurckly the months slrpped by trll the moon of the harvest was wanrng
And rn the old people s wrgwam the lrttle Chatonska strll lrngered
Darly he helped Magaskawee or went to hunt rn the forest
Always returnmg at nrght wrth some mark of hrs skrll as a hunter
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Early thrs morning Barmwawa passed on hrs way to the forest
Strange were the tales he told of an eagle that frightens the people
Soon after sunrrse each morning the great brrd circles the village
And twrce swooprng down he has snatched away one of the children'
Varnly the braw es have trred to brrng hrm to earth with an arrow
Now as a last resort Wabasso the chref of the wrllage
As a reward has offered rn mar rrage hrs daughter Wenonna
Farrest of maidens rs she and the pr rde and Joy of her father
Thus spoke the old Tunkasheedah, and the lad's heart bounded within him
He would bring down the eagle and win the lovely Wenonna!
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Then he told Tunkasheedah and told the old Magaskawee
How he had changed hrs form to that of a poor lrttle urchin
How he had left hrs home to follow the wrnds and the rrver
Told them that he would be able to wrn the maiden Wenonna'
Quickly the boy disappeared and rn his place stood Chatonska
Tall and strong as before richly attrred and handsome'
Need I to tell you the rest how at daybreak the youthful Chatonska
Usrng hrs magrc arrow the grft of hrs father Wabeno
Prerced the heart of the eagle and won the lovely Wenonnal
Long years ago when these people were unmolested and happy
Noble Chatonska lrved rn the far away land of Abworna
Now are the Indran wrgwams no longer seen on the prarrre
Now does a new race rnhabrt the fertrle plarns of Abworna
Yet does thrs ancient legend strll lrve rn the hearts of the people
And round each lonely camp fire strll rs the story repeated
Thus through hrs self abnegatron rn serving and lrvrng for others
Noble Chatonska has won the love and respect of hrs people
HIGH SCHOOL DAYS
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Sweet thoughts, Cllng to us todfu
Ol xeals passed aw ay
Years of pleaeure and delxght
Yeare that have taken fllght
The P1 ebent s hele gone lb the Past
Thls hour 5 moments huuy fast
Thls p1 oud hour the best the last
Thlw ah too soon mll have passed
C one are the d us vue loud to spend ln our deal Hlgh School
Tvlas there We trod the pathe of knovwledge to ht ouuelxes lor wot lx or college
C one ale the days the golden days we QI slnglng, ol
And btlll We wlsh that we could sav
VN e wlll be back we wlll be back back IH the deal old Hlglh School We loxe
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W hen lH Llle we IL on our xx ay
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Our four xears hare now ended and we ll brd fr fond farewell
To 'rll our fr rends so defrr
And tefrcherx 'rlw ru ne ll
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When we were h1ppx rn our work rnd pl rx
Trmehis not changed our fzuthfulneee your name we ll cherrsh de'1r
Our hearth 01 ow sad as we must brd f'1r ew ell to dam spent here
Oh H1 h Sehool dear Hrgh School
VS e ll ner er forget thee
Your name we w1ll cherreh defrr
For when we h'11e parted
And new work hax e btar ted
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And though we flunlxed and recox ered
Our hearts w1ll be ex er
Wrth dear old New BIILQIH Hrffh
Xl e b1d '1 laxt farewell to all our frlendb ind tefuherb here
Oh C olden Hlgh School dau
To thee be endlew prfuse
NM ll ne er forfftt the happx claw we xt pant w1th1n thus wall
Our me morx S w1tl1 thee though we le me thext halls
And fr 1end5h1pb bw eet we XG made wh1le at dear old New Br1t.11n H1gh
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Nllss H1N1tJIy Teachel Tell all you lxnoxx about thc C llss of 1916 dul 1113.
lts filst xml at Hlch School
l lxnoxx lllttle c Cllss of 1916 xx 1 lolmll x lntloducu lI1lU 11k
school It thc Pleshman Rcccptlon A xcly cnloxalllc excnlng xx ls spcnt l
the Freshmen lclt they VSQIG noxx 'x part ol thc school PILXIOUS to thls a class
electlon was held not wlthout much 11X ally hoxxex 91 101 the class xxfls stlll
ln a dlV1tl9fl state Thelc xxele txxo dlstlnct clas es 'lt 1l'llN tlme tho c llom
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ln the selectlon of Edxxald 11 legand fol Pl eslclent Ellzabeth Eddy fol Vlce
Presldent Eleanol Maltln fol Secletalx and Eall GILHGW fol Tleasulel l
may be wld that llefole the Vcal xxas 0161 'lll tl lces of such 111111 clflss IIN 1lIX
NTISS HISLKJIY Teachel Can anyone add to thls'?
Mlss Ready to ansxvel Dullng the V931 exelal flne enteltalnments
xx ele enjoy ed by the xxhole school These wel c the talks ,qlx en hx COHQIIQSSIIT ln
negro and old tlme songs by a Tuskegee qualtet xxhlch vxas espcclallx enjoyed
and lastly an lnterestlng talk by a Chlnese Student Such xallatlons ln the
legulal prcglam wele gre ltly 3pDIEC'12ltGd as well as the one esslon plan dul mg
the last txx o weeks of the school V931
'Nil Tlxtobesmalt As ln the COUIS6 ol ex Gly one s llfc thele 'ue ups
and doxx ns so thele VKQIG ups and doxx ns IH the llx es of the Flcshmen especlallx
betvxe n Thank 2111112 and Chllstmas Thcsc xxele the gzolng up of the fllll
bl alds and thc golng doxxn ol the hoxs LIOUNQIS Aftel that 1 H1019 IQspOI'1SllJl6
attltude vxas assumed hx the class
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Nllss Crolngtoteach Instead of entcllng fl llfc ol hol elcss despondcncx
as Sophomc les usuallx do the Cla s of 1916 entelecl a llle of nexx lntelest lhc
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llexx teachels and a nexx tlme schedule xxas ldopted So the Sophomoles
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seemed to begrn the lnterestrng lrfe of a Freshman once more rnstead of the
dull lrfe of a Sophomore
The usual electron was held and Kenneth Relyea was elected Presrdent
Irene Swrft Vrce Presrdent C ladys Stew ens Secretary Robert Buol Treasurer
MISS Hlstory Teacher Wrll someone please cont1nue"
Mlss Thrnkrean The oppor tunrty was now Qty en to the class to welcome
the Freshmen Thrs was done and rf we are to form an oprnron concernmg
the Receptron from the comments of others It was a xery successful affalr
rn ew ery respect
Toward the end of the year we fmd the class qurte bored by the ,fzrrnd of
school work and lookmg forward hopefully to a change for the better
Mrss Hrstory Teacher That rs xery good Now wrll someone tell me
rbout the dC1lXl119S of the class as Junlors
Mr Fagertoreclte A ehrnge drd eome for the better rnd it the begun
nmg of the Junror year We nnd the members of the C l zss of 191fDC1l1l1C enroyrng
To begun Wlth the officers elected were Wllllam Bracket Pr esldent Mar
garet Cowlrshaw Vrce Presrdent C ladys Stevens Secretary and Paul Prhl
Treasurer The usual Junror Prom was held early rn February and contrary
to some alTa1rs prevrously held rt wa a success financlally and soclally The
Prom however started the class rrvalry and much damage was done to both
ha now subsrded and thrngs have assumed a very quret state
Mr Hlghbrowwalklngdrctronary It seems to me no more than just that
we should tell of the actrvrtres of the class rn the Debatrng Club The hammer
of conxrctron has been Wrelded by members of the class both as Sophomores
and as Junrors As members of thrs Club Edward C rnsberg Saul Ad lman and
Paul Prhl haxe helped mater rally to strengthen the represent xtrxe team agarnst
Mr Athlete So far one actrxltx rn class ha been entnelx omrtted ln
the reports that haxe been made Thls IS the rnterest the class ha taken rn
athletlcs Such members of the cla s as Dudack Parker lxoplow1t7 Lal e'lus
Schmldt Schade Solomen and others hax e been rmportant factors rn the make
up of the football basketball and baseball teams The members of 16 haxe
also been xery pr omrnent ln dramatrcs and ln fact the Class ol 1916 has taken
part 1n ill the aetrxrtles of the sehool and pr omrse to make next vear a red
letter rn the hrstors ot the school
PAUL E PIHL 16
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IRLS I had the most singular dream rrgzht here rn thrs reception
room sard the almost Junior
Do tell us 'rboutrt chor used the gn ls wonderrnffwhat rt could be
Lrstenl I w as so tired of studying that I came rn here 'md sat rn thrs com
for table charr Wishing that I was a Freshman once more
My eyes closed and befor e many minutes I was fast a leep when suddenly
a light Wa flfrshed before me I was rn a theatre wartrng with eager antrcrpa
tron for the name of the picture It came in bold letters
Achievements and Present Actrxltres of the Class of 1917
Part one opened up with an outside yrcw of the High Qchool Lrttle
girls rn br aided harr were entering by the West door and lrttle boys rn knee
trousers by the east door There were about four hundred rn the afternoon
session and scenes were shown of the settling down into real study after the
The next was a scene rn the marn hall Inverylody was exerted and
xrolently Waving their hands Flectron of officers was the cause of the com
motron After the electron the names of the officers were announced on the
sereen They were President Fillmore Ohman Vrce President Minnie Paro
'Ihe scene was then flashed into the gy mn'rsrum where the Sophomores
were grxrng 1 reeeptron to the lrttle Freshres 'lhrs resulted rn the br
monthly Ifreshman dances
'Ihe pictures were not confined wrthrn the building howex er but also
depicted the Freshmen xenturrng into the baseball basketball and football
June came and the Fre hmen w ere followed through their X acatron w hrch
concluded P rrt One
Par t Two opened with a group of Sophomore gn ls marx ellrng at the change
rn eaeh other s harr and dress Some of the bows had 'rlso donned long trousers
A few of the prex rous members had not returned to school ther ebx decreasing
The settling was more systematic than the year before so electron of
oflieers eame rn e rrly Nlox ember The result was as follows President Ward
Maier Vree President 'VIur rel Blgelow Secretary 'Wfrrgrret Russell and
Treasurer I morg, Corbin
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HIL other day as I sat smokrng rn the ohice I was tr yrng to concentrate
my thoughts upon a recordaphonra whrch I had nearly completed
By the way for the advantage of those who do not qurte understand
what a recordfrphonra rs I wrll explarn It rs a very small rnsrgnrficant object
whrch a detectrxe can wear on hrs t1e rn place of a stick prn It takes movrng
prctures of eyerythrng passrng rn front of rt also rt records all that rs spoken
rn the exact tones and prtch of the speakers 'Ihrs rnstrurntnt to do all thrs
mu t he rnserted rn a specrally arrarged machrne whrch re emkles a small
phonograph and moxrng prcturc machrne conrbrned Then lt rs that rt throws
the prctures trken upon a screen and at the same trme repeat all cony er a
trons that have taken place wrthrn a radlus of half a mrle of rt whrle rn operatron
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drfhcult rn the repetrtron to understand all that was sard o I have arranged a
drctaphone wrth a specral deyrce whrch typewrrtes on separate sheets the con
ver satrons of each rndrx rdual Much to my surprrse when the sheets came out
they were wrrtten rn the language rn whrch rt had been spoken and I not
bemg especrally learned have had to overcome that drfliculty by passrng the
typewrrtten sheets between two rollers whrch translate the conversatron from
any language except Chrnese into Englrsh You Wrll readrly see that thrs
rnstrument wrll prove qurte handy 1n xery drfllcult ca es
Well as I was sayrng I w as just about to complete thrs lrttle rnstrument
when the bell rang and rn walked Edwards edrtor of the lNew Brrtarn Herald
Well Sherlock sard he I want you to wr rte up one of your lrttle experrences
It s for the paper you know just one of your lrttle srmple ey er y day occurrences
wrll do And he was off before I could utter a word of remonstr ance Takrng
my pen rn hand I wrote a lew facts concernrng the destructrcn of the Reno
Band as they came to my mrnd They came somethrng lrke thrs
It was a dar k star less nrght I was on my way home from a club meetrng
and through the ey er thrckenrng September fog I could but drmly ee the street
lrghts ahead I had just reached the corner of West Marn and Hrgh Streets
when a peculrrr tapprng caused me suddenly to stop It was unexplarnable
and UIQSIGIIUUS The wrnd had dred down and deep srltnce rergned except for
the mtchanrcal tap' tap' tap' tap' I stoc d strll a lew seconds rntently llstenrng
w htn wrthout rmomcnt s w ar nrng a dar k hgurt leapt at me fr om out the dar k
Hess I1 gleamrng dnl. rn hrs hand I admrt I w rs 1 brt startled but qurckly
colltctrng my cfor the moment statteredr wrts I drew my rutomatrc and had
the fellow covered before he was wrthrn strrkmg drstance You wrll perhaps
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you stop to consider that I hav e been at the daring professron of detectrng crrmr
nals for more than forty years and during that time I have not missed a single
day wrthout more or less rev olv er practice you vvrll cease to vsonder at my
Why just to shovv vou how clever I am wrth an automatrc I wrll tell you
about a lrttle rncrdent vvhrch occurred a few days ago I was going up South
Marn Street and had nearly reached the High School when I saw an rmmen e
Ford touring car come tearing down from Franklin Square You know how
fast they can go Perhaps you have never seen one but you ve probably read
about them rn Ancrent History Why they go anywhere from frfteen to twenty
mrles an hour on a level road Well as I was saying this huge car came rrpprng
around Pranklrn Square There were several of the lrttle school chrldren just
crossrng over to the school and were rn emmrnent danger of berng cru hedu nder
the wheels of the Ford I saw the need of rmmedrate action rf the chrldren were
to be saved and drawing my automatic I took rnstantaneous arm and fired
hrttrng the lever setting the emergency brake and stopping the car only a
few paces from the lrttle folks Now that you see how naturally rt comes to
me to use a revolver I will go on wrth the tale
Where was I7 Oh I know I had just covered the desperado wrth my
No people were rn srght I drsarmed the brg fellow and marched hrm down to
my office There I removed hrs black mask He was a huge man the most
dejected specrman of humanity I ever saw Hrs large features were wrrnkled
and worn hrs mouth drawn hrs eyes haunted yet something rn hrs face con
vrnced me of a wonderful past and I determined to get hrs story at all costs
Hrs rmmedrate needs must first be attended to so I took the poor fellow to a
down tovvn restaurant and stuffed hrm vvrth ham sand wrches made rn New
Brrtarn and everythrng else avarlable rn the Broadway Lunch at eleven thrrty
p m Then I took hrm to my home and rrgged hrm up rn some respectable
clothes vvhrch had prev rously prov en too large for me Then rt was that I made
a peculrar dr covery Hrs ovvn clothes vvere lrterally covered wrth a fine reddrsh
yellow drrt It shook from hr coat It shook from hrs trouser cuffs It
shook from hrs shoes and even hrs shabbv felt hat was coated wrth rt
Returning wrth hrm to my office I sat hrm down rn an easy charr and
offered hrm my best crgars After a good smoke we got down to business
I talked to hrm str arght and after a short time succeeded rn convrncrng hrm
that rt was for hrs good to make a clean breast of the whole affarr Hrs story
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relate but in a revised form I will attempt to repeat what he told me that
bleak September night
As a young man he had come to America to make his fortune He had
been here but a short time when he fell 1n love with a very beautiful girl He
held a good position and they were in hope of being married in a short time
His hopes were hlgh his ambition limitless But alas' One night upon golng
to see her he found to his horror that she had mysteriously disappeared Re
wards were offered for clues leading to her whereabouts but wlthout results
and the mystery only deepened as t1me went by The man was heartbroken
He sold the little home which they were so happily to have hved in and was
on his way down West Main Street to make a d9pOS1t in the bank when too
men Joined him and asked the way to Park Street He remembered directing
them but what happened next was a blank to him When he came to himself
some time later he found to h1s horror that he was a prisoner 1n an unknown
place Masked men were all alound him Some had revolvers in their belts
others kmves but all were fully armed He was not the only captive however
Lying to his right he saw a yound lad hardly more than eighteen years of age
Both were firmly bound and vainly they looked for some means of escape
Presently two of the men came toward them and after releasing the bonds
that he was in some underground passage The room to which they had been
taken was filled with masked rufiians some were drinking some gambling
and others idly lounging about on couches and rough chairs Upon their
arrival the two prisoners were surrounded by the mass of men They were
ieered at spit upon pounded and even Jabbed with the sharp knives
Thls was too much for the younger captive and seemg his chance he
snatched arevolver from the hand of one of the men and firing twice killing
two of the foremost tormentois before he himself was slashed to DIGCQS by the
men Then they turned upon the other and vented their united rage upon the
huge fellow until he dropped unconscious On partial recovery he was given
the chance of life with them or death The picture of his murdered comrade
still fresh upon his mind he chose the formei thinking some chance of escape
might arise He was made acquainted with all the apartments and passages
and the dungeons and instruments of torture which he described to me are
too terrible to relate
His conviction that he was under ground was now confirmed for he was
set to work digging with other poor wretches who had met with a like fate
Night and day they worked ever enlarging the passages driven on by men
with whips or staves
From the fellow workmen he learned that they were under Walnut Hill
Park Every day he learned some new terror of the place and every day or
two one of the poor fellows would be shot or to1 tured for some slight offence
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knew was rn wrnnrng the confidence of hrs tormentors As trme went on he
fergned to enjoy therr lrfe and was at last allowed to become a member of therr
gang Now rt was that the mysterrous tapprng whrch I had heard that ey ent
ful nrght was cleared up An electrrcal contrrx ance was arranged by the gang
rn the huge stone ball whrch rs on the corner of Hrgh Street Ex ery nrght the
current was turned on and the peculrar tapprng commenced Men women
and chrldren comrng along the street would stop to lrsten and rnvestrgate the
source of the peculrar sound fhey would stop drrectly opposrte the rourrd
stone on a large flag of the srdewalk The flag was arranged rn a sort of trap
door devrce by whrch the gang on the rnsrde would by the pre srng of a button
sprrng the trap and drop the person upon rt rnto a prt The flag would auto
matrcally reset and the unfortunate would be serzed and car rred off to be robbed
and forced rnto servrtude rn the passages Thrs had been gorng on for years
and the threves had hoarded up an rmmense fortune when on the nrght thatl
was so mysterrously assaulted the fellow now thoroughly trusted had been
allowed to go out for the first trme On returnrng he had heard the tapprng
commence and aw me but a couple of paces from destructron Hrs hatred
toward the gang was rnstantly rekrndled and boundrng forward hrs knrfe rn
hand he had hoped to frrghten me away from danger I had fortunately
Qurckly callrng the polrce force we started for Hrgh Street We had nearly
reached the corner when we heard a queer rumblrng sound We hurrred on
The tall fellow worked hrs frngers dexter ously over the surface of the stone for
a moment and to our astonrshment the wall suddenly opened revealrng a door
through whrch We qurckly passed and rushed down the starrs What was our
surprrse to frnd that the roof had cay ed rn destroyrng most of the rnner passages
All of the two hundred threx es had probably been rn the rnarn room when the
accrdent occurred and were burred alrx e It rs needless to say that we drd not
bother to drg out any of them
On our way out we notrced one door whrch had prevrously farled to attract
our attentron We burst the door rn and there we found a room completely
fllled wrth bank notes and cornage There was probably srxty mrllron dollars
there I drdn t stop to count rt howex er From that room a door opened
rnto another apartment and forcrng our way rn we found a very beautrful grrl
The brg fellow was rn advance and I aw hrm throw up hrs arms as though
shot and a sharp cry e caped hrs lrps He rushed forward the two embraced
krssrng each other agarn and agarn therr hearts srlently xorcrng the sentrments
of therr long years of exrle
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HF Aloha C lub star ted rts 'rctryrtres for the ye rr on September erght
eenth yy hen the followrng officers yyere elected Presrdent 'Way
Tormay Vue Presrdent C ladvs Thonras Secretary Elmabeth Eddy
Treasurer Helen Jone Charrmfrn of Socrrl Clommrttee Cfrtherrne Mrlls
Adyrsory Board 'ylrss VN ard Mrss Weld and M1 C r ryylty
The grrls haye t rlxtn a great rnterest rn the C lub thrs ye rr and rts pre ent
member hrp numbers one hundred and ten The meetrngs have been yar red
and most rntere trng
At the second mectrng rt was decrded to hold '1 masquerade dance on
Hallowe en lor the member s of the C'lub alone The frffarr yy as largely attended
and proy ed to be a great success
The neyit entertarnment of note yy as a Chrrstmas meetrng when Chrrstmas
songs were sunv by the entrre Club and stor res told by some of the members
About thrs trme a Hokus Polxus meetrng was enjoyed at whrch Bertha VN addell
affarrs Ruth Wolcott and Catrerrne Qarrders rendered a comb duet and Edrth
Bayer entertarned wrth a folk dance
Later on 'rn open meetrng was held to whrch gentlemen frrends were rn
yrted Thrs lndeed proytd to be a popular eytnt 'rs the 'rudrtorrum was Well
filled Vrsrons of Pan Women a tableau was presented after whrch dfrnc
mg yy as enjoy ed rn the gy mnasrum
One of the features rn 'ylarch was a yaudey rlle show The first act was a
prano selectron by Edna -Xndreyys the second The Summer Crrls Cladys
Thomas 'yiary Curtrn Helen Raphael Rose Welrnslsy Matrlda Zrmmer man
and May Tor may The next feature on the program was 'rn act Romeo and
Julret rn whrch Vrola Str osser and Bessre Rhern featured The performance
ended wrth a dance by the Yama Yama Grrls yy ho were Rose Fox 'ylrldred
Parker Ruth Parker Eleanor Martrn Helen Raphael Florence Yeamans
Eleanor VK hrte and C'atherrne Mrlls The refreshment commrttee then seryed
rn the gymnasrum
The most noted ey ent of the season was the annual Aloha Play and Dance
gry en thrs year for the benefit of the Senror Class Book The Burglar a
one act farce yy ls pr esented Those who took part yy ere Eleanor Martrn
Eleanor VS hrte Har rret XX ells X rola Strosser and C ladys Thomas The dance
whrch follow ed the play rn the gvmnasrum was a pronounced success
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RANIATICS thls yeax as IH the past was a success The play selected
gaye excellent sat1sfact1on the concensus of oplmon belng that If was
one of the y QI y best pl oduetlons ey er gn en by a Hlgh School Dramatlc
The I ost Paxadlse th1s year s play was totally dlfT9I ent fl om anythlng
hexetofole attempted by the Club It la a drama mn three acts mltten ln
Cerman by Ludvylg Fulda and adapted fx om the C Q1 man o11g,1nal to the Amen
can stage by Henry C Demllle
The plot of the play 15 brlefly as follows Andxew Knowlton a yy ealthy
manufactulez has bullt up hls lmmense plants largely because of the 1ny entlon
of the Volta Dvnamo for yxhlth he holds a patent He takes no attlye palt
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charge of the factory to fall on Reuben Warner hrs superrntendent Warner
IS a selfmade man and had formerly been an assrstant to Dr Standlsh a famous
sclentlst who had been kllled by an explosron rn hrs laboratory Warner IS
rn love wrth Mr Knowlton s daughter Margaret but she IS engaged to Ralph
Standlsh a son of Dr Standlsh
Durmg the progress of the play lt comes out that Mr Knowlton has stolen
the rdea of the Volta Dynamo and that the prrncrple of rt was thought out by
Warner and later perfected by Dr Standrsh
Warner finally obtarns hrs rrghts and also wrns Margaret who has broken
her engagement wrth Ralph Standrsh followrng a quarrel
There IS a great deal of comedy throughout the play the greater part berng
furnrshed by Crnders Bllly Appleton and Polly A factory strlke also adds
much to the rnterest the staglng of whlch was partlcularly effectrve
The cast was a large one and was selected only after a careful trral had
been grven to all who wrshed to contend for a pos1t1on Therefore thrs cast
was the strongest that could be recrurted rn the school and every member gave
an excellent account of hrmself
The greatest part of the credlt for the success of the performance IS due
to Mrss Mrldred Weld of the faculty who spent much tlme rn coachrng the cast
and producrng the play She deserves the thanks of everyone connected wrth
the school for her work not only th1s year but rn years past
Whrle the productron was not as successful flnancrally as has been the case
rn former years the profits were good when the condltlon of the trmes and the
many outslde actrvltles golng on at thrs trme are taken lnto consrderatlon
expenses of publrshrng the Class Book
ANDRFW KNOWLTON Ovx ner of tht Knowlton Iron Works
Vrncent C lynn
RI UBLIN VNARNLR Superrntcndtnt ot The Works Bement Hrbbarcl
RALPH STANDISH the last leaf of the lfamlly Tr ee C eor ge Betz
BOB APPLP TON Hall Fellow well met and met xery often Roger Holmes
WM FLE FCHER Mr Knowlton s Man of Busrness Ralph Newell
JOE BARRETT Foreman at The Works Irvmg Fletcher
SCHWARTZ I Leon Bradley
OLD BFNSEL Men at The Vworks Sldney DIXOH
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BILLY HOPKINTS a Spark from the Factory Furnace Thomas Hawkswor th
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IN connection with the French classes rn the school Miss MCC urness
and the other members of the French faculty or ganrzed a French Club
on January 28th whrch was gn en the name of Le Cer cle Fr ancars
The purpose of the club rs to grwe more oppor tunrty than 18 afforded rn classes
for the discussion of subjects per taining to France and the French people and
to cncourage the use of the Prcnch language conversatronally Since its pur
pose rs to facrlrtate the use of the French language all the business reports
programs or other wor k connected with the club have been car r red on rn French
'lhe membership of the club consists of those pupils in third year French
who hay e maintained a class standing of eighty rn second year If rench who have
haxe maintained a class standing of ninety The prcscnt membership num
bers one hundred and forty pupils
The following haxe served as oflicers for the current year President
Catherine Mills Vice President Edward Ginsberg Secretary Olga Axelson
Treasurer Edward Nlar tin
At the meetings this year there hax e been rendered in French stereoptrcon
lectures short talks and xocal songs The stereoptrcon lectures consisted of
news throughout France and especially. Paris In the talks there have been
discussed the rmpor tant phases of the history of the French nation and brogra
phres of noted Frenchmen The French Club will undoubtedly hc .1 permanent
organization rn the school life rnd continue to enlargc its sphere of influence
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Manager Ixel Axelxon l ace Pres Edwald C lnsberg
Past 'llgr A1 Lhul Mxull Secretary Xmcem C lynn
Debale at New Blltaln Aplll 23 1915 The Question
Resolzed Thfu the Umted Smteb Yaxy hould be mcreased
Negatue c N B H 18 J AHi1mat1xelHolyokeu
VIIICGDL C ly nn Reuben Roberts
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Thxs yeal fol the lust tmme IH ltr, caleel the souetx held an IHLQI
NllClKll6UJWI1 Hlgh School on lanualx 8th to uphold the negatne blde of the
quewtlon Resolxed That the L1'llL6Cl States Cfox ernment should own and opel
Ite the IJ.lll0dflN Oul team wax defeated 1n thls debate though hx .1 Xen
tloxe malgln the judgex welt ln confelence fol thlrtx hxe mlnutes
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field Holy oke and New BIIIHIH The questron was Resoly ed That the
Umted States Nayy should be rncreased yylth the understandrng that the 1n
crease should be rmmedlate and at a larger rate than at present The home
teams upholdrng the negat1ye yye1e XICIOIIOUS ln all three cltles by a unanl
mous declslon Slnce honors were equally cllstrlbuted no Cup was aw ll ded
The Debatrng SOC1C1y 18 lookrng for Wal d wrth great 1nte1est to the Cdonnectl
cut Trrangular Debatmg League Whlch has been o1gan1zed for the eomrng year
and rs to be composed of Ha1tfo1d New Hay en and lNew Brltaln Hlgh Schools
Thls trrangular league IS composed of the same schools as the new athletlc
In concludlng the Soclety W1 hes to extend 1ts heartlest thanks to the
Judges at the Illal debates Mlss Ward 'XI1ss MCC ulness and M1 Fay and
wlshes to thank the W1ll1am Hart DQb'11lHg Club for 1ts yaluable ass1stance
and deslres to extend rts appreclatlon to all who supported the league debate
IVER JULIUS AXELSOIN 15 Manager
NIISS C oodwln You must yy ork harder M1 LQISC or you won t graduate
LGISK NN ell 1f that s the case I Won t pass out my plctures
Father What drd you leaye your arlthmetlc ln the chlcken house for
Son So the ehrckens would multlply
C affney lconductlng L S Hlstoryl 'NI1 C lynn rn what dlrectron does the
southern l1ne of defense extend?
C lynn North
Young Lady Botanlst lafte1 Dubowy has reclted for ten mrnutesl Mr
Day rs I can t hea1 what N11 Duboyyy rs say mg
'XI1 Dayls Well you re not mlsslng much anyhow
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IN NOVEMBER 1 1914 the Curlent Ex ents Club of the New Brltaln
Hlgh School was olganlzed undel the dllectlon of Prlnclpal Slade
Mlss McAuley and M153 C oodwln of the faculty The purpose of
the Club IS to promote the study of Current Events and CIVICS Throughout
the year the Club held weekly meetlngs whlch WQI e well attended and sublects
of all phases were dlscussed and debated Impol tant ey ents ln current hlstory
were asslgned from week to week to dlffel ent membels who reported on them
at the followlng meetlng
Aslde from the Current Lvents many sclentlflc subjects were dlscussed
As an lnstance of thls at ont meetlng ont of thc members set up a W1IQl6bb
appalatus explalned lts worklngs and sent messages to dlffel ent pal ts of the
state Instltutlons 9Stdbl1Sl'16f1 by soclety vx GI e also lm estlgated by commlttees
and reported upon An exceptlonallv lntelestlng lepolt was d9l1V9l ed on the
New Blltaln Pollce Department by one of the membtrs and cleated no llttle
The work has been vely lI1S1,IL1C,T.lX e as well as lntel estlng fol those who took
palt lt IS ealnestly hoped that the 0l,QfJ.Il1lcl1l0H wlll gl ow ln futule VQJIS and
assume a xltal part ln the school llfe
ABRAHAM LIPMAN PM szdf nt
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Wllllam E Fay .Secretary
Wllllam H Judd Treasurer
James C 'Woody Faculty Nmton L Kmght Mgr Football
John E Curun Alumnz Donald C affney Mgr Basketball
Howard Tlmbrell Alumnz James, Baldwm Mgr Baseball
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N. B. H. S. 6 Torrington 16
N. B. H. S. 6 ' 16
N. B. H. S. 6 . . ' 7
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N. B. H. S. 0 27
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HE school football team although not champions thls season made a
splendld showmg especlally m the sportsmanllke manner ln whlch
the games were played The essentlal factor of the football game
self rellance was fully reallzed by all members of the squad
At the openlng of the season Coach Zwxck and Capt Donnelly plcked the
team and after two weeks practlce started the schedule wlth an overwhelmmg
vlctory over Mlddletown
One great grlevance befell our team thls year however for lt was forced
to glV9 way to Hartford for the first tlme ln thlrteen years Although the
defeat was bltter the players bore lt bravely endlng the day credltably for
New Br1ta1n Hlgh
The work of Coach Zwlck who was present at practlce every day was
excellent and he IS to be hlghly compllmented for lt
Mr Marshall F Davls w1ll always be held ln hlgh esteem by all the foot
The management wlshes to extend 1ts heartlest appreclatlon to Capt
Donnelly members of the squad and those who have helped to make the season
a success by thelr mterest and co operatlon
VINTON L KNICHT Manager
MISS Barry lteachmg F renchl Mr Goodale where does parleralt come from?
Goodale Why I thought lt came from France
'Vhss Mcbumess The substltute teacher told me that the recltatxon yester
day was very poor
Rosenberg Well you see I was absent
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ball players for his active interest in the game and in the welfare of the school.
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C aptazn Alford Schade
Manager Donald Gaffney
Assistant Manager Norman Bertini
HE New Br1ta1n Hlgh School made a reputable name 1n basketball
dur1ng the season of 1914 1-5 Many hard and serlous setbacks char
acterlzed the season The trlumphal asplratlons of the school
qulntet were combated by the Fates and Fortune but even the e potent
factors on every team s success could not subdue an undomltable determma
tlon to w1n
F1nanc1ally the season was unprofitable A loss of approxlmately twenty
Hve dollars was sustalned Many causes occasloned thls deficlt The team
enJoyed five long and expens1ve over nlght trlps Poor attendance at the
closlng games expense of coachlng new unlforms and paraphernalla and exten
sxve advertlslng all contrlbuted to the loss
The team was ass1sted IH many ways and the best of servlce was accorded
on the trlps The longest Journey was to Englewood New Jersey The team
remamed IH New York for a day or two tollowmg thls game and the varlous
members brought back slngular tales of adventure experlenced there A
faculty man always accompanled the boys after they went to Wlnsted un
chaperoned You may wonder why On the trams The Agony Four
Hal ry Laudered to the amusement or annoyance of the passengers
No one descrw cs more crcdlt for the success of the team than Marshall F
Davls Hls sound 3dVlCQ excellent guldance and clear lnslght lnto basketball
affalrs made h1m a deslred companlon of the team Hls cheerful d1spos1t1on
and pleasant manner made h1m a great favorlte and one the boys wlll not oon
Who can thlnk of a Hlgh School basketball game wlthout a soclatmg the
names of Schade Dudack Tuthxll Glnsburg and the other players? Or would
a game be complete wlthout Dr Zwlck coachlng from the S1d6l1I18S7 Or Dlck
Dlllon blowlng h1s whlstle for fouls? Or the second team playmg 1n the pre
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l1m1n'11x lul bx C 1111 John on and AN 1 N111 Be111111" O1 the manage1
xellmg tlckets '11 the doo1 and the fam1l1a1 ,g1oup of sC11be5 1epo111ng the con
The team made an emmble l9COId f1 om the 512111 of the beabon and the
two XICLOIIGH OXCI H'1l1lCJlCl 111 bllhouetttcl upon an mclellblc pabt VK 11110111
any clexut to 1591101 m IULODSIC 11 c 1n be safely S 1111 that tht team would haxe
11 on the champlon h1p h11l 11 not been fOI 1 p1 otebtul 1 ICLOIX that Wah e11on
eauslv decldecl affa mt New B11t'11n B xch of the plflx 115 1xo1lCed well 1n hu
mxpectlxe DOSILIOH and 1he team leaxea 1h1et of 11s membeu to 101111 the
nucltux of nut ytm s F1xe 1n1l 111 hope th 11 the school wlll be 1ep1uen1ul by
ms lamous 1 te un as tht 1913 Qu111t1t
Ia1n1m Halls oi Yale
Conn L11 Inst
C 1llbGI 1 School
C llb9If School
So Nl21l'1CllGStC:l Hlgll tleague gamel T
New Hax en H1gh
Nlauvatuck H1gh tleague gamel
Mlddletown H1,qh tleague game1
Ansoma H1 h
So Manchebtu Hlgh :league g,ame1
Conn L11 Inbt
Hanford H1gh tleague gamer
Pngleuoocl H1g,h rN J 1
lNauf muck H1gh fleague g'1m11
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C1obby Hlgh cleague Uameb
Ha11fo1d H1gh lleague game1
N 'Nllddletoxxn H1gh tleavue gamew
l4o11e11ecl T P1otested
DONALD C API NEY Manage:
N. B. H. S. 21 7' ' 1 1: ' 1 A 29
N. B. H. S. 215 T . '. 4. 13
N. B. H. S. 13 2' 1 ' 21
N. B. H. S. 28 1' ' 24
N. B. H. S. 31 ' ' 19
N. B. H. S. 39 Crosby High tleagzue game? 27
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N. B. H. S. 20 1' ' ' ' 30
N. B. H. S. 37 1 h ' 13
N. B. H. S. 2 ' 1 ' . 9 0?
N. B. H. S. 39 3 " 'gf 12
N. B. H. S. 33 Q . - ' ' ' ' 1 I 13
N. B. H. S. 22 . ' . 1' . 31
N. B. H. S. 30 ' ' 29
N. B. H. S. 22 I ' 'I H. . 39
N. B. H. S. 20 l ga ' ' f C 1 38
N. B. H. S. 69 'g 34
N. B. H. S. 27 ' ' ' '9 1 ,, 28
N. B. H. 25 ' '9 41
N. B. H. S. 42 " 'Y 17
N. B. H. S. 43 . ' 42
N. B. H. S. 37 ' ' ' 25
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Robert Swlft fCaptamJ Edward Martln iManagerJ
Harold Bassett Morgan Felt lAsst Managerj
Stanley Hart Ward Maler
Mxddletown H S
'VI1ddletoWn H S
'Vlerlden H S
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LTHOUGH the Athletlc Council dld not accept tennis as a regular
sport for the year 1915 enough lnterest was shown by the students
to justify the reorganlzmg of a team to play this Interesting and
Whlle the enthuslasm and capable servxces of Captaln Porter of the 1914
team were greatly mlssed the outlook was bright for a successful season and
a w1nn1ng team The treasury was sadly depleted but a subscription paper
whlch was circulated through the school met wlth a generous response and made
posslble the contlnuance of the Assoc1at1on
The officers for the year were Manager Edward Mart1n Asslstant Man
ager Morgan Felt and Captain Robert SW1ft
The schedule included the names of all the leading Hlgh and preparatory
schools IH the State Taft School and Hartford Hlgh among them
The first game scheduled was at Taft School early ln the season and lack
of practlce told sadly upon the men After a hard fight the team returned
defeated but honorablv so In the subsequent games marked lmprovement
IH form and strength was shown and after a few weeks the team wlth but few
changes ln 1ts personnel rounded 1nto playlng form
Wlth the season not yet over and the team confident of many vlctorles
to come we may look forward to success and lt IS hoped that a cup may be
brought home from the Yale Interscholastlc Meet now but a short tlme away
The financlal condltlon of the ASSOCl3tlOH IS now sound and there IS evely
reason to belleve that with the lmpetus glven by two successful years our
school wlll be permanently represented 1n thls branch of athletics It IS hoped
by every member of the Assoclatlon, that the Athletlc Councll w1ll not only
glve 1ts sanction to the Assoclatlon but w1ll also take lt over as a recognlzed
branch of the school athletlcs together wlth football, baseball and basketball
EDWARD MARTIN, Manager
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Captam Kenneth Walthex
Manager James Baldwm
Asszstant Manager Robert Buol
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Horton 2nd Mart1n rf
Cabellus lst Hannon rf
Schade 3rd Crowe sub
AKIING ewerythlng lnto cons1derat1on the Hlgh School has turned
out a falrly successful nlne th1s year Out of elght games played
thus far flxe of the hardest have been xlctorles for ou1 boys Oul
old rn al Hartford seemed to be the Jonah as th1s was the first defeat that
was of much account but from all appearances the rest of the games wlll
probably be YICIOFICS for the local nme has shown a marked lmprovement
Thls year the New Haven game was played at Electrlc Fleld On account
of there belng no professlonal ball team ln the clty lt was thought that th1s
venture would be successful, but the management was doomed to dlsappomt
ment, as only enough attended the game to pay half the expenses
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H1ll on Saturdays as there were so many teams 1n the clty who deslred to play
at thls tlme These dlfflcultles w1ll soon be ellmmated however as the High
School expects to have a field of ILS own m the near future
The team s success thxs year lb largely due to the efforts of Dr Zwlck and
Captam Walther as well as the players who have supported them ln all thexr
undertakmgs In concludlng we wlsh to thank all those who have m any way
helped to make the season a successful one
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At New Brltam
At New Brltaln
At New Haven
At New Brltam
At New Brltam
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JAMES BALDWIN Manager
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