New Haven High School - Elm Tree Yearbook (New Haven, CT)

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Irt lIvfm1'f111w1z1' Illcxm' N. l1:o,.I1't Iidilm' 5.XI,Y.X'l'URIC lJlcN.x1u l?I'SlXli.S'.S' IQCLAIRIP fI,l I"I"llRIb Hlililili, l?11.vim's.v A1lm1ug1w' Mokms D1-:xx'1f:Y RUTH Axrmmaxx' RUTH Huwxlxx j C1l.xRI.1cs Imilsv . , A lQ1"ru 1xUssEl.L N .xRrs.xR1f:'1' lxlu11,x1u ms ll xx xx' f lJ,xx'm lilcrcks A , 1' b l ' UN fl L I Ilclzlcram' Ifl'S'l'lCRliR 5 4 Acknowledgments The Editorial and Business Boards of the 1926 Class Book gratefully express their appreciation to: Mr. Kirschner, Dean Purdue, and Mr. Paine for their aid and cooperation. Mr. XVeber of the VVeber Studio for his assistance. The S. Z. Field Company for their helpful advice. The Stoddard Engraving Company. The Class of 1926. The Merchants of New Haven. FQ Qwlfyg A 'Searching Ways Of fha Uld 'Q fu josEPH XVALIK ' 4 152 Fitch St. "Laws die, books 1zez'er." "Big Boy" was a Fi e Leader during Boys' XVeek. His hobby is books. He intends to become a Chemical En- gineer. CHARLES E. NVEISER, GD E 374 McKinley Ave. "Miles gloriosusf' "Bud" entered Hillhouse from Cincinnati. He was a member of the A. A. His hobby is football. IRYING VVILSON, fb B KID 363 Sherman Ave. ifvllflllllfj is 1110111 lzatcfirl than l0t'e'."' "Doc" will study dentistry at the University of Penn- sylvania. He was a member of Hillhouse Players, Span- ish Club, French Club, Senior Chorus, Boys' Glee Club Orchestra, Athletic Association, and served as marshal during Boys' XVeek. i .- I I ALEXANDIER lNlANN IIAWKES 142 Hobart St. "I um a stranger here." "Sandy" came to Hillhousc from Lawrence High School, Massachusetts. His hobby is drawing. He in- tends to enter M. I. T. lY':I.LSXYf1R'l'II IJAVIS 73 Chatham St. "U .YlIfIH't', t'llI'l'l'fI 111-0 rviflz flu' k1111zcledg1v of thy ':uo1'ks." Ellsworth intends to become a florist or naturalist. His hobby is nature. --l.-.1 110 5'-B1azangPa1h6 nf 'nw raw" l l'lERMAN Ruslznxx 68 Sylvan Ave. h7i,If'l'f".S' plan' and 1ll1Fl1!l.S'f0'7' every man alive." ""'l'- l I Ill Searching Ways Of The Old Fi Girlz' Arahrmir Qlnurzr IQVELYN IJIANA Amzoxsox 512 George St. "To argzre and lo hold her 0'ZK'H.'H "Evey" will continue at the Connecticut School of Pharmacy. She was a member of the Girls' Debating Society, Hillhouse Players, German Club, M. P. Read- ing Circle, Business lloard of the Sentinel, and the Ath- letic Association. Her hobby is having a good time. .ALICE RAE Amisuousic 220 Orchard St. "'Hi.vforif's make men wire." "Skeezicks" will be a teacher after studying at the State Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman, Junior. Senior Choruses, Freshman Glee Club, Spanish Club, anal the Athletic Association. Her hobby is history. I AIARY ,AHEARN 279 Putnam St. "She .rhajver lim' sfvccrlz all silrw' fur." HM' " will ro to mal School. She was a member r shm etball Squad. French Club, M. P. 1 e cling fi , Ii. l.. B. English Club. Chorus for three years. a the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swim- ming. - ' I':S'l'liliR lim Aixrnncu 152 Minor St. "C0mpari.rrms arc odious." "Ks" will continue at Normal School. She was a mem- bcr of Biology Club, Hiking Club, Glee Club, Harmony Club, Hillhouse Players, Librarian of junior and Senior Orchestras. and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is sewing. ll2 2-f Blazing Paznsnrzf nw rw," C11lxRl,o'r'n-: liI..XlNli .'Xxmuzws, E N E lo Rosette Ft. "Nbr fI'07x'H5 arf' fairm' for Tfmn .v111.1'Ifs of otlzfr' 111c11dv11.v arf." uflllllflll will bc an intcrior decorator after attending tiolumbiu Linivcrsity. Sho was 21 mcmbcr of Tri-Y. llznlizm Club, :mel the .-Xthlctic Association. H er hobby is clzmcing. :lUSlil'IllNl'1 lj:.XR'l'Ul.lNl 234 Coiumbus Arc. "Y'ln'r'f' is uln'ay.f room fm' I7t'lIIIfvX'.u .Ioscphinc was :1 mcmbcr of Chorus for two vczlrs. Freshman Yollcy llzlll 'lic-run, .-Xthlctic .'Xssoci:xtion, French Club. :mal the ltalizm lilub. llcr hobby is music. Rl"l'll Rl.xm:l,1Ni2 l-S.x'l"1' 40 Sylvan Arc. Uliffllillllf, g1irI1'.v!1, Jzivffl "Ru" will bc an intcrior clccorznur :mal will preparc in Ncw York. She was a mcmbcr of Senior Chorus, French Cilub. liirls' Debating Society. .l. Rl. l'. Kczuling firclc. :mtl thc- .Xthictic Association. llcr liobbv is tennis. liurll Blililili, fbi. l, ll. l. 59jfQ Ilcr v ' vc. ".l lmf, ll tru' tum' 11 Iii!! for mv." "lQu1l1ic" will continue ut Su-bbings. Sho was englmcr of the 'liri-Y. Llculcle Club and the Senior Chr s. Her hobby is Icnnis. lirmcl, Hr:N'roN, CDE 1802 State St. "1:7'l'I'0I011S :cork of flUt'l1c'5.S'.l' lithcl intends to become a private secretary and will at- tcnrl l-arson's Business School. She was a member of Frcslnnan Chorus. Tri-Y. and the Athletic Association. llcr hobby is dancing. 113 'N-,..., 'Searching Ways Of The Old HQ liliRTRUDE lXlAR'I'HA BERGMAN 110 Kensington St. "Life is all in all."' Gertrude was a member ofthe Athletic Association. Her hobby is reading. lii:.x'rRicE lDOI.ORES HOSTIN 129 Lombard St. "Seek and ye shall findf' "Hee" will becodhl a private secretary after attending Stebbings. She wasvffa. member Mv3.P. Reading Circle, and the Athletic flxSSOCl2ltR'fll. 7 Her hobby is read- nw 5. .linciixina CLARA Bova 560 Chapel St. "ll'lz0.ve Iittlv girl did I used to be?" .Xclelaide was a member of Chorus for two years, Ath- letic Association, Freshman Volley Ball Team, French Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is music. lboiurruy Bowlzx 161 Thornton St., Spring Glen. "I would not live alwayf' "Dot" will continue at Columbia. She was a member of Athletic Association, Mf P. Reading Circle, Chorus for three years, French Club: and the DebatingwSociety. ller hobby is swimming. Vi-:ina HAZEL BRADLEY 92 Avon St. "Life is what we make it." Yere was a member of the Athletic Association, and her hobby is reading. 114 l""BlazingPa.UL6for The new l'fim.y A ' ES liklasr, ENE 320 lilm St. A "Crimson in lzer dainty clzacksf' IL iily 'lstuc medicine at Mt. Holyoke College. She x as nemb o the Monitor Suad, and the Ath- letic A. 'o t 1 hobby is Charlestoning. l':S'l'lil,l.lC MAE BREws'rER 550 Orchard St. "They that are FUSlli07L'S creators." 7 K "Stn-ll" planstkm 'm-Qi '15-. usaalgeclucation at Yale School of Must . 'e' of the Spanish Club, Basketball an ol y Ball squads, Better Home Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is icc- skating. HELEN IQEGINA Bizowx, E N E 060 Ferry St. "So careful of the type she scents, S0 careless of a single life." t'Brownie" will be a teacher after preparing at Connec- ticut College. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Orchestra, Glee Club, J. M. P. Reading Circle, Monitor Squad, Sophomore Volley Ball Team, Senior Chorus, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is rlanc- mg. l.1LL1AN Ruri-1 Bkowiv 160 Rosette St. "l1'l1e'n I was a tiny little flung." Ll Ulirciyvnig' 'ill con 'I t the Normal School. She was a me il 1 th e ic Association and Hiking Club. Her hobby is swinuning. lxl.-XRY Buaxs 366 lferry St. "fl .rinzple word 0 rliild 111-tlij' .vfwII." Mary will continue at Normal School. She was a mem- ber of the Basketball squad, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. 115 'Searching Ways f 'The Old' lx, ,X- l':X1lI.? SARIQENY 29 Norris St., Spring Lilen. 'Mft us do the fuorls bcforzr us." "Usky" is planning to go to Rochester, N. Y. to train to be a nurse. She entered from liast High School, Roclu-stei', N. Y. She was a member of the Athletic As- sociation. lirtsxxx Gixxxic C,xRo1l.i., t-J l' 727 lilm St. U.-lrf jvresm':'afir,'c of all arts." "lix"' will be an interior decorator after preparing at the Yale School of Fine Arts. She was a member of the Freslnnan Chorus, Hiking Club, Spanish Club, Tri-Y, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming. Rtyrtt QXGNES CAR1.soN 50 Pardee l'laee, East Haven. "H'01'lc and th 1 wilt lllvss tht' du-V." "Sonnv', ll attet .'lcKeown's Secretarial School to become a rivate . retary. She was a member of the Atltletig Xssoeiat' n. and received honors for two years. lltl hom is 1' f 7 my 5 img. Z lirmxoa Vluoixt.-x CARMICIIAEI. 186 Fountain St. "On hooker for to rrde I me delytef' "tiinie" will be a teacher after studying at the State Normal School. She was a member of the Tri-Y. Hill- house Players, Vrriters' Club, Freshman Chorus, French Club and the Athletic Association. Reading is her hobby. Xl,-nuts l,rn1A CARTIQR 292 Putnam St. "Hr silent and safe." Marie will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the -l, M, P. Reading Circle, French Club, Debating Society, Freshman Chorus. Biology Club, and the Athletic Association. She won first prize in the junior English Competitive Examination. Her hobby is swimming. 116 uni 5-I Blazingi' Paulsainfrrw mln lXlixlu:.xRi2'1' C,xv,xl.1i4:1:1 38 Mechanic St. "l.1'ft' Iv! Hx t'1Il'I'I.S1I, -zulzilt' -vc! flu' tufwr gl0'za'.v." "ll-ggi", will enter New ,llavcn Hospital to lmccoinc a nursc. She was a mcmlmer of thc Italian Clulm, .l. Rl. l'. Rczuling Circle, Better lsloincs Club, and tlic .Xtlllctic .Xs- sociation. Her holmln' is skating. Ros.xl,lNic Cllll'0YIC'l'SliY :XNNA CNHI-IN 322 Sliclton jvc. "Slip has hid lzvr tulculsf' ".-Xnn" will cntci' Ncw Haven State Normal School to bccoinc a teacher. Sho was a lllQIlIlJCl' of MZ l'. Read- ing' Circle, Girls' Debating Society, junior llaslcetball Squzul, Chorus ill, the Atlilctic Association, and was Yicc-l'rcsiclcnt of Menorah Society. Hcr liolalmy is the raclio. l,o1:1c'r'rA Clcclillx Co1.l.lNs 357 Liranfl Avc. "Tim grvuf arc .YlllIf7lt'.H "l'ionccr I" will stncly at thc Normal School to lmccome a teaclic-r. She was a lllL'lllllCl' of thc lfrcslnnan flicss ancl L'l1cclwr Clnlm, lfrcslnnan Lliorus, Hiking' Clnlr, llio- logy tlnlm, ancl tlic .Xtlllctic Association. ller scouting. Ros.xl.nc flll,I.lNS 402 Crown St. "Ln lfcflc lllllllt' Stills glff'I'Ci.H liosalic was a incinlaer of the 4X. AX. Searfchingways Of The Old Hg ELIZABETH NIARY CUNNELLAN 220 Ferry St. "O rvlzy am I m-izzdfirl of flm'."' "Betty" was a member of the Chorus CSU, A. A., lfreslnnan Debating, Glee Club. and Hiking Club. Hill- honse Players, Field Hockey Team C3j, Secretary of M. P.. Competition Official on "Sentinel", Senior flfhrift Committee. XVinner of Scroll and Quill, School Circle, Monitor Squad, Editorial Board of Class Book, Honors 4-ll. K,x'1'H12R1NE PECK Cowuzs, 77 Forbes Place, East Haven. "Where duty calls I go." N S1 A ' , "Kitty" vtgill repare to Qeco lc a teacher at the State Normal cho l Shel was a member of the Freshman Motto b es 1an Chorus, and the Athletic Associa- tion. er iobby is reading. Yuusixu Cox 233 Blake St. "fl maidan fair." Virginia was a member of the A. A. RUTH .IRAN CRADDUCK, KME 281 Concord St. "Ga,:i11g with a timid glancc, on the 1'iver's broad c.rpc1mc."' "XVillie" will take up Gymnasium Teaching at Arnold's College. She was a member of Freshman Motto Club, De- bating Society, Hillhouse Players, Basketball Team, Yol- ley ball Team, School Circle, M. P. Reading Circle, Ckulele Club, Glec Club, Biology Club, Hiking Club. Y1Rt:1x1.x Fiuxcns 1J.xLEx', K M E 515 Russell St. fair maiden in her fatlzcfs mansion." "Virgin" will take up nursing at St. Francis Hospital, llartford. She was a member of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. 118 i""' Blazing Pallhsfor Tlewu IRENE FRANCES Damon, H E II 34 Whalley Ave. "I crave publicity." "Renee" will study at the Yale School of Music. She was a member of Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, French Club, Menorah Society, Pianist for Senior Orches- tra, Chorus, and Glee Club, Hillhouse Players, Publicity Manager of Senior Orchestra, Chairman of J. M. P. Rcacll ing Circ1e's Poetry and Essay Group, Sigma Honor Society, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming. MARY lNI.uumREr DEAK 208 Columbus Avo. "I was as one who wanders in a trance." "'l.'oots" will train for nursing at St. Francis Hospital. She was a member of Hillhouse Players, Hiking Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is singing. CONCETTA ,losEP111NE D12 CARLU 84 Hamilton St. "Is this 1Il'llSlC of 1110 air or of the earth?" "Coney Deeky" was a member of the Senior Chorus, and the Athletic Association, and was Secretary of the Italian Club. Her hobby is music. NIARIAN lCi.1zixiaE'r11 IDIESKIN, E N E 526 Howard Ave. "Proudly .rltr Inokx, apfwlausc to claim." "Mar" will continue at lZmerson's School of Oratory. She was a member of Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, 1. M. P. Reading Circle, Freshman Debating Society, and the .-Xthietic Association. Her hobby is danc- ing. 119 'Searching Ways Of The Old RIIIJDA Dicks, CD E 222 Blake St. "Her .rfccclz is as a tlzozrsmzd c'ycs." Rhoda was a member of Chorus for two years. Basket- ball Team for four years, Field Hockey Team, Monitor Squad, Executive Committee, Hiking Club, and the Ath- letic Association. She was Vice President of the Biology Club, and Secretary of Girls' Rifle Club. Her hobby is movies. Maxx' Baxxox lDoL.xN 172 Lloyd St. "ll'c flllffil' nmrc and HI0l'L'." Mary will continue at Normal School. She was a mem- ber of Freshman Debating Society, 1.. Ll. English Club, . M. P. Readinw Circle, Chemistrv Club. and the Athletic . . b . . 1 .Xssoc1at1on. Her hobby is Slifltlllff. . b l'.xUr.Ixlc Al.XRGUICR1T1E Doiumx 77 Goffe St. "ll'c IHFIUZH' ' U the pint' freer." "Peggy" w'l are at N rmal School to become a teacher. . -. was a nieinl f h Tri-Y, Senior Chorus, and the Athletic Associat 1. e lobby is dancing. hlrxxl-1 ,lTURSY'l'11 Down, 4-I I' 111 Concord St. "HIV good fa In' HIFVVUX' ana' 'ZUI-5L'.H "Min" will go to Savages to become a physical train- ing instructor. She was a member of Tri-Y, French Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. lClzxics'1'iNi2 Lyon Dowxs 502 XYinchester Ave. "Il'il11 half a lzcarf 1 wander lzcrcf' "lima" will nter " 1 - ' legs ' ' ecome a nurse. She x ' ' er of Tri-.' and the Athletic As- sociation. Her hobby is taking care of children. 120 ?'LBla2in,g Pallhs if-6r' Tl,ew'fM ' CEi'n.n2 lhuiiisxlsk Center Road, Bethany. "You will lic so wmzdcrful and 1ui.ve." "Ceel" will continue at the Normal School. She was a member of the German Club. Ckulele Club. Banjo-Maw doiin Club. Freshman Chorus. and the Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is art. Gi-zxizviiavn 5l.xRo.xRr-:T DL'c:o.xx, KM E 143 Fillmore St. "Hut to sec licr was to Inu' hor." "Gen" will train for nursing at St. Francis Hospital. Hartford. She was a member of Yolley Ball Squad. Glee Club. Monitor Squad. Senior Social Committee, and the Athletic .'Xssociation. Her hobby is dancing. Rosie lJoi.oRics DUNNIQ 512 Howard Ave. ".ll-v afjn'fr'fc for Iifc is Iurgv." "Ro" will prepare at Stone's to become a stenographer. She was a member of the hl. Bl. ll. Reading Circle, Italian Club, lliking Club, and the .Xthletic .'Xssociation. llcr hobby is dancing. Cixiuiiai. -lL:l.1.x lJ'L'Rso 51 Lyon St. "l.c1".v baizixli I111.vi11vs.v, Iva111'.vl1 xorr0tL'." nfklflllu will continue at the State Normal School. She was a nlenlber of the .l. Nl. 1'. Reading Circle, and thc Athletic .Xssociation. ller hobby is dancing. -IAN!-I 1'iR.XXClES 1':.Xll.XN 317 Lexington Ave. uiivlltll' llll i1fl11c1'c, quick or tII!I.l'!C.Yl-1'I't'7'.Cl "l'inlq"' will continue at Dr. .Xrnolcl's College of Physi- cal liducation. She was a member of Freshman Chorus, Glee Club, Basketball Squad. Clcnlele Club. Chairman of Hiking Committee, lfield lloclcey Team, bl. M. l'. Reading Circle. and the .Xthletic Association. Her hobby is tield hockey. 121 WN fffli im c S 'Searching Ways Of The Old' lux 1iliRNll'l2 ECHTER 70 Prince St. "l'Vc lim' to learn." "Bebe" intends to attend the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of Freshman and Senior Chorus, French Club, Girls' Debating Society, Bl. P. Reading Circle, Menorah Society, XVriters' Club, Sigma Honor Society, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming. lf.X'l'llRYN MARIE ECKLE 80 Harmon St., XVhitneyville. f'Vcrily, 'Uf'7'lil.V, slze was au. armfulf' "Kay" is to enter New Rochelle College to become a teacher. She was a member of Athletic Association for four years. Her hobby is dancing. lliiutx ELIZABETH ENscoE, 30 Central Ave., Spring Glen "She was but a little pussy." "Kitten" will go to the Slate Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Athletic Association, tl. Nl. l'. Reading Circle l2l, and Chorus for three years. ller hobby is walking. Klum' SL's.xN Eslfoslro 20 Myrtle St. HLIIIIQII, and Ilia world 101151115 ici-tll -V0ll.H "Nay" was a member of the Hiking Club, M. P. Reading Circle, Biology Club, and the Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is music. 'l'oM.XSINE lisrosrro 214 Greene St. ".ll411'dc1z.lfc1ftl1 the 111.cf'k, lvrorwz c,vc.v." "Tommy" will prepare for teaching at the Normal School. She was a member of Freshman and Senior Chorus, Biology Club, ul. M. P. Reading Circle, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is basketball. 122 l"'Blazing Palllhsfor The new' DOROTHX' Rosa FAHY, E N 'E 74 Howard .-Xve. "O, thou rlzild of many smiles." "Dot" will enter Froebel Kindergarten School to become a teacher. She was a member of the "Prom" Committee. Treasurer of Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, Senior Chorus, Spanish Club, Member of Intersorority Committee. She played the leading role in "Mary Ill," Her hobby is dancing. lisrmzx lixsrlxxo 950 Olive St. "All things obey fixed laws." listher was a member of the A. A. lim.-x ANNE lfnnxx 68 Francis St. 1 . K N "Brc'z'ity is the soul of wit." eanut" will prepare to become a teacher at the Xor- al School. She was a member of Freshman and Sopho- iore Basketball Team, Ukulele Club, Tri-Y, Senior Chor- us, Glee Club, Chairman of lnterclub Program Committee. and a member of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. lJoRo'r11i' l'illDDl.liR 75 Mather St. "lJ1'igl1t as lim' .v111iIv." "lJot"' as A member off t IC Motto Club. Glee Club. Chorus, 'i ive Conn 't ef French Club, Student Council. School Circl' .- , jnment liclito' of "Sentinel,'. Secretary of School Lircle, l'ict re '1 nn' e, Editorial lioarrl of Class llook and A. A. e ls 'ent I Nif- mal School. qu R ef BERIX 3 N . o.x1uz'r fnsms, E NE 817 Dixwell Ave. 'Mvrrilw 71 vrri v, I life now." "Bernie" will trai ursing at Yale School of Nurs- ing. She was a mei er of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swim i g. lZ5 Searching Ways of The Old Hg li'r'r.x SYl.yl.x lfiscnlik 55 Day St. "Let joy be um'w1finf'd." "l2ttie' will prepare for teaching at the Normal School. She was a member of Freshman and Senior Chorus, Glee Club. Freshman Debating Society, Biology Club. Chess ancl flieclcer Club, Menorah Society. Sigma Honor So- ciety, ancl the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. l"R.xxcEs .Xczxics lirrcn, 2661 XYhitney Ave. Mt. Carmel. "Tile rvisc are not ciltuanw silent." Frances was a member of Freslnnan Glee Club, Bio- logy Club, Chorus, Hillhouse Players. Yolley Ball Team, Debating Society, Sigma llonor Society, .-Xthletie Associa- tio11, and received honors for four years. She was the winner of the 1924 Biology Prize, and the winner of the 1925 Declamation Prize. Yimsixu l,Lic1l.l.E Fr,,xNNio.xx, E NE 272 Portsea St. "Her ruorfh is mozmtccl' on the 'Zi'llId.l' "Ginnie" will take up nursing at Yale School of Nurs- ing. She was a member of Hiking Club, Freshman De- bating' Society, Sophomore Yolley Hall Squad, Field llockey Squad. ancl the .Xthletie Association. Her hobby is cliving. Slim' l'il.llUD 247 Franklin St. " 'lcfzsaaz addrv.v.v." Mary will c ni 1 "annie Smith's Kindergarten School. , ' s ber of Chorus for three years, l'lculele L b, li ' n Yolleyball Team, l-liking Club, lfrcnch b, ali IC Athletic Qissoeiation. Her hobby is flancing. Blrxmox l-lIinN.xIni'rTI-2 l:0RRl2S'l' 249 XYinthrop .-Rye. "Fair and softly gn fur in L1 clay." Marion will continue at the Normal School. She was member of the Hiking Club, lflillhouse Players, and the ,Xthletie pXssociation. Her hobby is dancing. 124 l""'BlazingPa1lh.s Fm The Tlewt' SARAH H iasrizn lfos'rER 433 Central Ave. "'.ll11s1'c lcllx no truths," "Sally" will continue at the Yale Music School. She was a member of the Orchestra. Chorus. Athletic Associa- tion. and was President of the junior Orchestra. Her hobby is music. CA'ruLr:EN ANN1-3 Fowl.E1: 28 High St. ".Yobl'v to do, nobly t0 dir." "Kittie" will become a ugylllv teacher and will prepare at Arnold's College. She was a member of the Tennis Club. Ukulele Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobbv is swimming. Q AIARIE l:UXYl,liR 446 Elm St. U1'itII'1' to look Mfvozzf' fllarie was a member of the A. A. Rosa FRADKIN 730 Grand Ave. "l1'caring lzcr 'fL'i.Yd0l'IL liglzfljf' Rose intends to become a nurse after preparing at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She was a member of Freshman Chorus. Freshman Motto Club. Hillhouse Players. and the Athletic Association. She was a cheer leader in her Freshman and Sophomore years. Her hobby is dancing. l 1 x X - ' 'q it .. lfA'l'llRx'N If N' w ' lxt avi 1' Nicon st, ' 1 .V IIT, c ri 1 fi! ." K , f' Kathryn was, m m I 12 , D X, 'Searching Ways Of The Old 'Q lf1a.xNcEs FRIEDLER 12 Hurlburt St. "I cannot say the crow is white." "l3oz0" will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the J. M. P. Reading Circle, Freshman Chorus. and the Salesmanship Class. Her hobby is piano playing. l.1coN.x MARGARET CQAUMOND 79 Broadway. "I'm saddest when I sing." "l.ee'y will go to the Yale Music School. She was a member of the Girls' Glee Club, and the Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is singing. R Urn lil ..xNc1': ",'IAz'o1'd v.1'trc1m's." ' Ruth was a member of the A. A. .ANNA GLYNN 171 Division St. "Dancing in the clzequcfd shade." "Vin" will continue at Normal School. She was a mem- ber of I. M. P. Reading Circle, Il. L. B. English Club Sophomore ancl junior Yollcy Ball Squads, Hiking' Club. Freshman Chorus. and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. ' x .. 1 4 s X . 'Q E ' l'iI.IZ.-Q3,lEfi!fI SIT'iQERS Gomfenrz 1195 Chapel St, J . "HN ivory hands on the iz'0r-v keys." 'fBe-tty" will continue at the Yale Music School. She 'was a member of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is music. 126 a Il lk" Blazmg Palhsfor The new BIARIUN l.oRE'r'r.x iiooinz, K M bl 9 Burton St. ".Y0tl11'ng mzdurfs but pvrsozznl q1mIitia's." "Go die" will attend Norn a She was a mem- ber of 4' 3 iai Chbrus, a ' b Squad, Monitor Squad, .- ociation, and was .l'rcsi- dent of t e Qitie Club. Her l b y is dancing. l'iEl.EN GREENE 92 Lombard St. "Joy ruled the day." "Graeme" will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle, Hiking Club, Hillhouse Players, E. L. B. English Club, Athletic As- sociation, Chorus, Glee Club, and Volleyball Squad. Her hobby is swimming. fJI.IVE G .E 61 Beers St. " fllCi,l!01'j' and good 0 Art." "Marjorie Jones ' memb rio eshman Volley- ball Team, Yarsity Field ckey ' o Players, and the Athletic Association. Her iobby is RUTH GREENSPAN 223 Congress Ave. "HIz'ssi11gs star forth fore-z'c'r."' "Rubie" will continue at Normal School. She was a member of L. B. English Club, Hiking Club, and the Menorah Society. Her hobby is dancing. SHIRLEY GUEEi:sKx' 25 "Fame is wlmt you have taken." "Shirl" will enter the Social Training a Social NVorker. She was a member of Circle, Hillhouse Players, Freshman and Basketball Squad, Freshman Glee Club, and Association. Her hobby is ice-skating. 127 3 seafaring ways Of 'nw ou- S.xR.x l'l.uri2l.x1,xx 4615 Howard .Xve. "'L1'fr'.r a plmsaul in.rfit1rt1'0n." "Snr" will study law at Connecticut College. She was ll member of lfreshmzm and Senior Chorus, Freshman Debating Society, Glcc Club. Chess and Checker Club, Nlenorah Society, tl. Nl. l'. Reading Circle, and the ,Nth- letic .-Xssociation. She was President of Chess Club 125. Yice President of Chess Club 1 I J. and Secretary of Girls' Debating Society. Her hobby is debating. .-X Mta1.t.x l-l.xl,I., A. 1-. 404 Crown St. ".-4 fender Ilfflff, 'ill in r iblcf' "Mi " will cc inue at ny College, Virginia. She w e a - ' eshman. Sophomore. and junior Choruse.. nc the Athletic Association. Her hobby is basketball. ' S HEHQN Hmzrz, IIE II 395 Orange St. Hllaffy all Ihr Illiflllllfj tiny." Helen will enter Highland Manor to become a kinder- garten teacher. She was a member of Hillhouse Players, Ukulele Club, Girls' Debating Society. Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, M. l". Reading Circle, Freshman Glee Club. Volley Ball Team. Hiking Squad. Freshman and Senior Choruses, and the Athletic .'Xssociation. Her hobby is swimming. l2I.EANOR IELIZABETH 1-liotnxs 2 Limerick St. "Come skip the aizeasznv, join llzv dam'r'." "Hun" will become a teacher and is to prepare at the State Normal School. She was a member of 'l'ri-Y, Vol- ley Ball. Tennis, Hiking. French Club, Basketball. and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. AlARTHA Ci-:CE1.1.fx Hixtxmerzr 120 Sherman Ave 'L-I clfwr Quo-man is to bc 11c.vire'd." "Marty'l will study at the Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of Menorah Society, Glee Club. French Club, Girls' Debating Society, Sigma Honor Society. and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is sing- ing. 128 . ll l""'B1azmg Pallhsfor new ANNA Hotmx 34 VVilcox St. "Quiet as a nun." Anna will continue at the Normal School. She was a member of the il. M. I". Reading Circle, E. L. B. English Club, junior Volleyball, Hiking Club, and the Athletic As- sociation. Her hobby is swimming. A L MIIHJ, ' ff? T vff' ff , 1 lVlAut:.xR1a'1' Hot:.xN 201 Fillmore St. 9 "To Ing I'1lfqlINfI'1l7l!.S' is noble." "Peggy" ill ontinue at the Normal' chool. She was member o . tl. . atli g i cle ' ing Club and the Freshman ho s. 1 DoRo'rnY lCV.KNtiEl.lNE o'rcHK1ss 259 VV. Hazel St. "Ir'mriy rr ' tame is collcdf' "Dot" willlattcn t 'niv xrsity of California, and will enter th bisi ..wo he ' a member of the Sophom iol 1 eshman Chorus, and the Athle C . ssociation. io 1 my is swimming. Iivlflmx llUl2I.SMAN 150 Fairmount Ave. "To hit thr .vmisv of Immun .v'iglzz'." "lleavy" will continue at Normal School. She was a member of Freshman Motto Club, German Club, Chemis- try C'lub, Sigma llonor Society. and the Athletic Associa- tion. Susns lilc,v1'1ut'I2 Hutsnns 41 Dickerman St. Mxllllll oflcn tHSt'0lll'.YI' rnvzrmls ilze mimi." "Sue" will become a gym teacher after attending Sar- gents. She was a member of Freshman Chorus, and the Ukulele Club. Her hobby is tennis. 129 'Searching Ways Of The Old We xl.XI1l.YN OLGA l'lURI.lEY 241 Putnam St. "Nor flu' xtutzrre nuzkus flu' ruonmnf' "Madge" will enter Normal to become a teacher. She was a membe of tl1 ilEib. J. M. P. Reading Circlet .. uphomore -horuses, Biology Club, Hiking. ennis ' eam. :md the Athletic Association 455. Her hobby is skating. H.xRmR.x Miximori' luis, A. A. 675 Orange St. "xl friendly word for all." l'Bobbie" will train for nursing' at Boston. She was a member of the Freshman Mottc? Clubf and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is horse-back riding. l.i2.xu IJULDAH lxcoi-as 7 XVaverly St. "Oh, to be an optimist." "Lila'i will study at l'ratt's Institute. She was a mem- ber of Freshman Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Menorah Society. Biology Club, bl. M. P. Reading Circle, Sigma Honor Society and the Athletic Association. Her hobby fiu'ENDor.YN blouxsox 491 Elm St. is singing. ' UIIUIIFL' Iotlzed 111vlan4'f10Iy." Kiwi-mlolyn was a member of the A. A. Amee HELEN KAAZ 12 Broad St. "Life plunvefzls much." "Al" will continue at the Normal School. She was member of the Freshman Motto Club and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is reading. l .30 l""" Blazing PaJU1siF5riTlw new' Rum li. li.-xxivxicx 178 XVillard St. "The f't'cr l't'Ull,.l'.H Rhea will take up clental hygiene at Columbia. She was a member of Chorus for three years, lilee Club, -l. M. P. Rc-ailing Circle, Hiking Club, Motto Committee. anal the .Xthlctic .Xssociation. Her hobby is dancing. Rosmrxiu' lqANli 27 Irving St. "llo1t'fuz'r flu' roxy Qvonthfzzl l'0lll-f7ll',l'li0lI of -4l'lH'0I'Ll." Rosemar l continue at the Norinmiehool. She was a member t ' ' l ' on lJtQn"f-ears, Hillhouse Plaffrs, -opiomore i ot o llub, and the Ath- letic Association. Her hobby is ice-skating. CH A Rl.U'1"l'l'l Kxrz "O1'igim1l1'l-x' fn'of'okv.v 0l'lfjlIItIll'f'l'." llmrlolte was a member ol the .-X. QX. ' - GER.xLln'xi+1 Lfm lQlClil.liY SO XYest Eaton St., Haniden. llrvo--x'.v lzizfpy, ul'zi'uhv.v gay." "jerry" was a member of M. l'. Reading Circle, French Club, Freshman Chorus, and the Athletic Associa- tion. She was Vice-President ol Girls' Chess ancl QillCCliC1' Club. ller hobby is dancing. Kl.XRY Rl,x1ua.xRi4:'1e lixciim' S8 Ivy St. "pl -:'1'oIvt in flu' yozrflz of 1IUllH't'.H "Mar" will continue at the Normal School. She was a member of Freshman Chorus, Chess and Checker Club, J. M. P. Reading Circle, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is baseball. 131 3 'Sammy ways Of 'nw ow- SELMA ISNOSEN 10 West St. "lVith plain and simple faith." "Sally" will continue at the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Chorus, j. M. P. Reading Circle, Girls' Glee Club, Hiking Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming. l,YDlA IUARIE Korn 518 State St. l "T1zc.vpirit of life." r "Lyd" will p eliare for teaching at the State Normal School. ie w a member of Freshman Chorus. Sigma Honore'S ci f, nd the Afhletic Association. She was Treasure thellliirlafciiess and Checker Club. Her hobby is swim ing 'I'1iEl.M.x TILLIE Koim 37 Spruce St. "Fond of toil and care." "'l'aby" will prepare for teaching at Normal School. She was a member of Senior Chorus, Girls' Glee Club and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. Rosa KRLYLER 227 Gotife St. "The .rciuzc for to-day and f0i'cz'fr." "Ro" will continue at Normal School, She was a mem- ber of Chorus for two years, M. P. Reading Circle, French Club, Glee Club, Hiking Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is tennis. SAYDE lQL'RlTCIl 206 Putnam St. "Tulsa no mile of time." "Sid" will continue at Normal School. She was a mem- ber of the M. P. Reading Circle, French Club, Chorus for two years, Hiking Club, Menorah Society, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. 152 Q'-f Blazing Parham, The lbw", ' Iimzlxmzrn ALXRY Kyno 69 Division St. "That .vfwcf time of grave." "l'letty" will become a dietitian after studying at Storrs. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Glee Club. Harmony Club, Chemistry Club, and the Athletic Associa- Auvic Ciianwuoia laxmsx, E N E 61 Atwater St. tion. Her hobby is music. "How brigllf is life." "Al" will train to become a nurse at St, Francis Hospi- tal, Hartford. Her hobby is skating. - . 7 f 0- . .1 ' rig' qu 1N11r.D1u2D LANDoR1-' i 790 Edgewood Ave. dl A 'ZU07lIllH'S reason." "Min" will bike up interior decorating at Syracuse. She was a me ber of Freshman and Sophomore Chorus, Glee Club, M. P. Reading Circle, Debating Society, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming. Rurn lacssmi 271 Augur St. "Perfect .r1'u1pIic1'ty." "Dickie" will go to Barnard College. She was a mem- ber of lireslnnan Chorus, M. P. Reading Circle, Har- mony Club, Sigma Honor Society, Athletic Association, and received honors for tour years. Her hobby is swim- ming. lirnm. BLANCHE LEV 191 Goffe St. "Sing again with your sweet voice." "Burt" will continue her study of music at Damrosch Conservatory in New York. She was a member of Fresh- man and Senior Chorus, Freshman Motto Club, J. M. P. Reading Circle, Glee Club, XVriters' Club, and the Ath- letic Association. Her hobby is writing stories. 133 rf V H, M, Vw , 10 M L, MQ lllw o 3 seafaring ways Of 'nw ow-f Erm-zi. IXDA LEVINE 82 Rosette St. "How shall I rulo over othcrsf' "liddy'l will take up dramatics at Emerson. She was a member of Chorus, Debating Society, French Club, M. P., Advisory Board of Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, Glee Club, Menorah and the Athletic Association. She took part in Four One Act Plays, and was Chairman of llillhouse Players Dance Committee, as well as Ad- vertising Manager of "Mary, the Third." Her hobby is dancing. Gussm Gmnvs LEVINE 181 Davenport Ave. "Ability for good scrzficof' "Gus" will prepare at Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of Freshman and Senior Chorus, Biology Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. l Hium QJLGA I.Ev1N12 205 Ellsworth Ave. "Sereno amidst alarm." Hilda will be a teacher after attending the State Normal School. She was a member of M. P. Reading Circle Menorah Society, Secretary of Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, Chorus C25 and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is horse-back riding. 1 - I Hnziai. GRACE LEVVIS Dunbar Hill, Highwood. HCG?'!?,.Y on vneiny to life." "Hadie" will attend Normal School. She was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association, and Biology Club. Her hobby is skating. CnAR1.oT'ri: EI.IZABETl'I LIND 19 Anderson St. "Such things to be." "Lindy" will become a teacher after preparing at Nor- mal School. She was a member of the French Club, Tri- Y, Freshman Volley Ball Team, and the Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is skating. 134 it-B1azingPazasraf 'nw :uw MURIEI. BENEDICT Loan 52 Lexington St., Hamden. "But what am I?" "Toorls" was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle. and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming. MARGARE1' IXNN l,YoNs 455 George St. "To all always true." "Peg" will continue at Albertus Magnus. She was a member of the Volleyball Team, liaslcetlmal Squad, Varsity Field Hockey Team, Biology Clu , and the Athletic As- sociation. Her liolil1?kating NIARc:ARia'r l':l.IZAlili'l'lI lllmtlzu, K M E 245 VVest Park Ave. "Eat and lu' liapfvyf' "Peggy" will enter the State Normal School to prepare for teaching. She was a member of the Basketball Team. Chorus 135, Volley Hall Team 131, and Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is dancing. 596, ytttalwm MARY Rum hlAl.I.UY 21 lidgewoocl Ave. "Simple faith is grralf' "Mimi" will enter Normal School to become a Kinder- garten Teacher. Her hobby is swinnniing. She was a member of A. A., Retail Selling Course, Biology Club and the Sophomore Chorus. G1-:u'rRum: M.-xxlxia INl.xxnm.i,, II I-I ll, 43 Kensington St. "Speech is human, Silence is dif'i11r'."' "Gert" will enter Columbia University to become a pri- vate secretary. She was a member of the Athletic As- sociation. 135 'Searching Ways Of be Did '-'Q W A 'Nik M' A 35 Park St. ' U True goodmmv S1lliIlc'S.,' Anna will continue at the Normal School. She was a member of Freshman and Senior Choruses, M. P. Reading Circle, Menorah, French Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. .-Xi.iwx.x JEAN Mixucrms 304 NVallace St. "li.vtrenw remedies are wry appropriate for 6'.1'f7'6?Hl4t' d l.YI't1Sf'S. " "Alu will enter New Haven Hospital to take up nurs- ing. She was a member of the Hiking Club, Tennis Team, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swim- minff h. lCi,ic.xNok l.ii.i.l,xN bl.XRIiSC.X 592 Chapel St. .usllif the action lo the word." "El" is planning to enter St. lilizabeth College. She was a member of J. M. P. Reading Circle, Freshman and Sophomore Choruses, Vice-President of the Italian Club t3j. Her hobby is dancing. LXDELE Rmsixx ALXRQUSEE, II E II 816 Orange St. "Life is mt a rvzilking slzndo-zu." Adele will be ie a kindergarten teacher after pre- parii 1' ig nd Manor. She was a member of the junio olle . team, Freshman Chorus, Debating Club. s a ee Club, Hiking Club, and the Athletic :Xs- s ahhh I i er hobby is tennis. JANICE.lREL,xI. I IAT esox U 1186 Dixwell Ave. "Pl wins the race." S1 1 of f ' ' w'll 0 Yale Art School. She was a member 1 -Chorus for two years, Glee Club, .Xthletic Association, and won secon l prize in "Own Your Own Home" Poster " Contest. Herxiobby is sketching. 1 36 ik' Blazing Palhsfiar The new" f lN'l.xRm:.x1uc'1' Rosa BlCf.XNN 260 Lloyd St. "lfl'lzerv am I?" Margaret will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of Spanish Club, Freshman Chorus, Hiking Squad, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. HELIEN Mixnnz Blc'GovERN 39 Rowe St. "Joy vonzes, fri f go s " "Len" will be a t ' leg r eparing at the State Normal Sch ol. S - a r of J. M. P. Reading Circle, Fr til 'l , ri- iology Club, Volley Ball, Tennisyg ' nd the iletic Association. Her hobby is skat' IRENE Rrrix Mctlowixx 163 Grafton St. Uylll--Vfllllllg for a quiet life." "1" will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of -I. M. l'. Reading Circle. French Club, Tri-Y, lliology Club, and the Athletic As- sociation. l-ler hobby is skating. C.xRo1.1x15 C1ac1zl.1,x Mctiulvrli 1339 Chapel St. " fmt-fzrv of Cl quarrclf, Caroline will ontii e at Al rtus Magnus: She was member of Gle " , ion 1 Freshman Chorus, Mandolin Club, . n the At sociation.' - I.1Lt.1,xN josE1'H1NIs RlClNN1S 111 Nicoll St. "Pleasant -in her life." "Lil" will continue at Normal School. She was a mem- ber of Freshman Chorus, Hiking Club, French Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. 137 Q seafaring ways Of 'nw on-f 1XlARY hlosni-time Mcl..oL:ouI.1N 144 Grafton St. "lu 111e'r1.r1n'cIc's.v content." Mary intends to enter Normal School to prepare to bc- come a teacher. She was a member of Senior Chorus, Hiking Club, French Club. J. M. P. Reading Circle, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is Charlestoning. IiA'1'HI.l2liN XViN11fR15n NlCblAHUN 248 Sherman Ave. "I'l"0rd.r may be dc'c'a's.y' "'l'inney" will take up designing at Pratt's Institute. She was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club, French Clnb, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. 1iIiR'l'RL'lbli lil.1z.us1c'1'1i Blt'X.ui.xR.x 28 Grace St. ".-Ind all t t' lo up." "'l'oots" will be a tae af r p ing at the State Normal School. She ' a men of the Spanish Club and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming. HELEN RIEDLEY 233 Valley St. "Every friend is a sun." Helen will continuehat the Normal School. She was a member of the Hiking Club, Biology Club, Chorus for two years, and the French Club. Her hobby is dancing. v u s 'Nllimctmvv 21 Dwight St. Come let us dance "Cele" will enter Ned Wayburn's Dancing School to become a dancing teacher. She was a member of the Menorah Society, Biology Club. J. M. P. Reading Circle, and the Athletic Association. Dancing is her hobby. 138 I QP' Blazmg Paiihsfor The new Fnfmciss MENDELL, fb E 41 1276 Dixwell Ave. "Ease leads to habitf "Rannie" intends to go to Storrs Agricultural College. She was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Ukulele Club t2j, Freshman and Senior Chorus, Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle, Biology Club and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is ice-skating. IDA .ANITA AIIIJCI 49 Sherman Ave. " 'Tis more than noble to be true." "Smiles" will enter Middlebury to become a French teacher. She was a member of the French Club, Chorus, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is cracking jokes. lVIA1usARET Rosle M11.1c1 256 Hamilton St. "May our slap ncwr falter." "Peggy" will enter the State Normal School to be- come a teacher. She was a member of the Biology Club, Italian Club, Chorus: Chess and Checker Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is tennis. jU1.1A thmcs b'llRABEI.l.A 300 Wallace St. "THC teacher forms the mind." "Jule" will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was on the basketball squad and was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. "lfVl10se body lodged I1 mighty mind." .lly" will enter Marymount College to prepare for aching. She played on the Basketball. Volley Ball, and Field Hockey Teams 133, was in Tri-Y, Debating Society, Spanish Club, and the .Xthletic Association. Her hobby is ice'skating. l.UtlllE Momzow 37 Treadwell St. 139 'Searching Ways Uf The Uld HQ I 140 RUTH MOWRY, 111 E 32 Kimberly Ave., East Haven "Pleasant in her life." Ruth will attend Stebbingsl She was a member of the Athletic Association for four years. Her hobby is music. FLORENCE LORRAINE IVIULVEY 53 Irving St. " 'Tis aiu ajair of luck." "Flo" will be a high school teacher after preparing at New Rochelle College. She was a member of the French and Spanish Clubs, Volley Ball, Field Hockey Squads, Freshman and Sophomore Choruses, Hillhouse Players, Hiking Squad, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. VIRGINIA MURRAY 1385 Chapel St. "Courtesy reaps fricndslzipf' i x "Ginger" will enter Kendall 1:Iall' tobtcome giwsecretarye She was a member of the J. M.5R6ading Circle, Senior Chorus, and thc-XMW Assmia ion. H'eri hobbyiis danc- ing. , L .J ' -s., 'Y X lyk i 1 I l A.. Jin -' - f 1 NVILMA ELEANOR NEWBURG, 411 E, I. B. I., 227 Lombard St. "True knowledge leads lo love." "Billy" will continue at Connecticut College. She was a member of M. P., Hiking Club, Senior Chorus, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is ice-skating. YiRt:1N1A NORTH, B. T.- 53 Livingston St. la ' ' ll , . "Ginney" will continue at Pine Manor School. She was a member of Freshman Motto Club: was Freshman Cheer Leader, and a member of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is riding. hum! lYm'Wi fr" ir' Blazing Pailflmsfor flew" RUTH Norr 85 Bedford Ave. 'QI .vimfvlc i'11iId." Ruth will prepare at Stebbing Secretarial School to be- come a private secretary. She was a member of Fresh- man Chorus, Treasurer of Tri-Y, and the Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is dancing. Rirx Al.XRIQ.XRli'l' tflflicii-ix, K M E 713 George St. ".X'ofl1ir1g ix more .filly than .filly lazigliterf' Rita will continue at Normal School. She was a mem- ber of the Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior Choruses. Biology Club, Hiking Club. Hillhonse Players, M. ll. Reading Circle, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is laughing. X'IRlilNI.X liR.Xt'li lJl.DliRSll.XXY 237 Lexington Ave. "The wildest ll1l'1HHt'l' mid the gc-Jitlcxf heart." "Ginny" will take up nursing at Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. She was a member of the Freshman ancl Senior t'hornses. and a member of the .Xthletic .-Xssoeiation. Her hobby is skating. 4, A hl.XRti.XRli'l' l.lJL'lSli Usisoizx 262 XYillow St. "Une flzing cannot be .vfolen or tI,I'.VlI't7-X't'li, Irzrrniugf' "Peggy" will become a high school teacher and will prepare at Connecticut College. She was a member of tl1e Sophomore Motto Club, il. M. l'. Reading Circle, and the ,Xthletic ,Xssociation. Her hobby is lishing. ,'Xl.lt'Ii Al.XRti.XRliT l'.xiN1s 020 XYashington Are. ".-I xelzoltir lsiiofvs no czinzaif' .Xlice will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of lireshman Chorus. De- bating Society, Biology Club, Xl. ll. Reading Circle. Sigma llonor Society. and the lfrench Club. Her hobby is swimming. l-ll gui' .K fn 'Searching Ways Of The Old 'Q l.L'cii.i.i: Rlxiuic l'.xiu2N'rE 108 Church St., Hamdeu. flu' 'Il'0I'1lf will In' gfzzllvd, lvl' if be grilled." "l.ulu" will be an interior decorator after preparing at Radcliffe. She was a member of the Hiilhouse Play- ers, lilee Club, lfrench Club. Chorus 129, Junior Basket- ball Squad, XVinner of Phi ljpsilon Alpha prize in Sopho- more year. ller hobby is tennis. Rtrru Pcrxksox 132 Orchard St. " 'Tix well to In' Illt'l'l'-X' and 'ZL'l..N'f'.U Ruth will become a teacher after preparing at Cornell, She was a member of M. P. Reading Circle, Junior Basketball Squad, Spanish Club, Treasurer of Menorah Society, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is skating. hl.XRY .IosEPH1N1-3 llivcuiskossi 82 liast Pearl St. "ll'1'tl1 LI smile that teas rlzildlilcc and bland." "Mar" will be a teacher after preparing' at the State Normal School. She was a member of the Italian Club, Sophomore and Senior Choruses, and the Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is reading. limi-ix lS.XHl'fl.l.lf l'mLL11's 1 , Z6 Lloyd St. "Kn0tt'ing, .thc lyz ' tr books." lfllen wa s a mei merloffl. ll. l'. Reading Circle. Chem- istry Cliilvqiig a Honor Society, and the A-Xthletic :Xs- sociation, er hobby is swimming, lX:.X'l'lllfRlXl'I l"1:.xNc'12s lhkoskx' 53 AXrdmore St. . . ,V J "Or'vr the 111115 and fur iI'Zt'c1'l'. "Kay" will prepare at Albertus Magnus College to be- come a teacher. She was a member of the lfreuch Club, lliology Club, 'l. Rl. P. Reading Circle. Debating' Society. and the :Xthletic Association. Her hobby is horse-back riding. l-ll li-Blazing iPa1as'nf raa time MARY l'1xkL's 150 Greemvootl St. "SCU Ullif I0 IPF .V1't'll." Mary will continue at the State Normal School. She was a member of Sophomore ancl Senior Chorus, tilee Club, Biology Club, Menorah Society, and the -Xthletic Association. ller hobby is swimming. .'Xl.INlC l'i.lc1xizs 2877 XYhitney Ave. "Time ix ford of time." :Xline will prepare for teaching at the Normal School. She was a member of Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior Chorus. Hillhouse Players, Biology Club, 'lunior Volley- ball Team, Fielcl Hockey Squad, Yice-l'1'esident of the j. N. l'. Reading' Circle, and a member of the Athletic As- sociation. Her hobby is acting natural. SY1.v1.x l'o1.izko1f1-' 516 Oranife St. B "l'-rw' Ii-rw! and lo-Iwi." "Syl" will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Hiking' Club, Biolo- gy Club. Chorus. and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is reading. l'iX'liI.YX l'RIt'li, ll. 'l'.e- 245 XYest Elm St. "U, nmkt' the Iwst of 'It'fItIfi'IUt' yet 11111-v .vpmzdf lfvclyn was a member of the iX.' iX. She intenfls to enter limerson School of Uratory. . 1 '. . tn-:R'rRL'nic lirim Qvlxio l slnngtou Aye. "'T1'l11'ln' t C01 t' IUIIICS' Q "l it-rt" intencls to prepar at Smith to become a teacher. She was a member of Freslnnan Chorus. Hasketball Team. il. M. l'. Reading' Circle, Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, .Xthletie Association, and she was Secretary of Menorah. Her hobby is clancing. i 143 aim 3 semmng ways of The ou- EDNA RAFF1i.Is, B. T.-, I. ll. I. 119 Hobart St. "Joy delights in joy." Edna will take up nursing at the Fifth Ave. Hospital. She was a member of the Sophomore and Senior Chorus, and the Athletic Association. E1.iz,mE'r11 .AxDEI.AlDE READER 16 Concord St., Hamden. 'tliarflzlr just U dzmty road." "Betty" will become a secretary after studying at Lar- son's. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Sophomore Motto Club, Biology Club, Senior Chorus, junior Volleyball Team, Field Hockey Squad, Hillhouse Players, Athletic Association, and President of the j. M. P. Reading Circle. Her hobby is pleasing everybody. AIILDRED MARc:.xR12T REGAN 306 Humphrey St. "'Happi11c.v.v .YKTIIIS made to bv .vlzarcdfy "Milly" will continue at the Normal School. She was member of Chorus for two years, Hiking Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swnnmmg. IXIARY lliil1.LY So Mechanic St. "For .v1111'lv.v froufzv reason flow." Mary will take up dental hygiene at Columbia. She was :1 member of the lfreshman Yolleyball Squad, Chorus for two years, Hillhonse Players, Hiking Club, French Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swinnning. l':l,lZ.XHli'1'H lXlARY lQI'1'CHIE 463 Thompson Ave. "O, such a day." "Bethl' intends to be a teacher and will prepare at the State Normal School. She was a member of the Biology Club and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is basket- ball. 144 F--B1azt,42 P81116 rar nw mt, Bizssii: Romxson 437 Coiumbus Ave. "Hide me from dllyljglIl'i.S'1Q6'VL'.H . ' . A . "Hess will become . acher aitpiaprepariiig at Alber- tus Magnus Colleg .J She as ieniber of the Chess and Checker L'lt ig ' ' , Hiking Club, Debating So- ciety, Spanish ulrfn . hletic Association. l-Ier hobby is basketball. RUTH M vkruz RosENcRANz 27 Day St. "Time ruunnf lmsli l1l'I'." "Rue" will enter Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of lfreshman Debating Society, Fresh- man and Sophomore Chorus. j. M. P. Reading Circle, and the lfrench Club. Her hobby is piano-paying. l'EARl.RUS!-1NS'1'lilN 20 Daggett St. "O,bl'lf101!1Ji!1l1."' l'earl was a member of the M. l'. R. C., Menorah. lli lhouse l'layers. lliology Club. and Basketball Squad. She received honors for three years. Her hobbies are skating and basketball. JOSEPHINIE R.wU.xNo RUBY 845 Howard Ave. "llc nzerry if you are wise." "joe" intends to be a teacher and will attend the State Normal School. She was a member of Chorus Q21 janet M. Purclue Reading Circle, and the Athletic Associa- tion. l-ler hobby is athletics. Ifrnizl. Rv'1'i:R 321 Greenwich Ave. ".4.rl.' mv no qm'.rf1'm1.r, and 171 fell you no fills." "Eth" will become a teacher after attendinff Normal School. She was a member of Freshman dress and Checker Club, Debating Society. Freshman and Sophomore Chorus, Biology Club, Girls' Cilee Club, Hiking Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swimming, l-L5 S 'Searching Ways Of The 01d "ip 1iliR'l'RL7DE JXNNA S.xNHoRx 1510 Boulevard "I.ifc's but iz zealkiug .YfltId0'ZL".,' "Cert" will enter New Haven Hospital to take up nursing. She was Presicleut of the Biology Club, mem- ber of Sophomore Chorus, Spanish Club, and the thl ' .XSSllClZllQlOl1. Her hobby is scouting. . 1 ,ive blI'Rllil. lox SCIlIiNl'IEl.I1 15 Dwight St. "Our lady of flu' ffvliliglrff' Muriel will enter Cornell to become a private secretary. She was a member of M. P. Reading Circle QZD, Fresh- man Debating Society, Spanish Club, Menorah Society, Iliking Club 123, junior Chorus, and the Athletic As- sociation Q-H. Her hobby is swimming. C1-:1.l.x Sniififiux 100 Gregory St. "Thy woirc is ci cclcsliul lll6I0l1'.V.H "keel" will attencl Music College to train for concert work. She was a member of Chorus, German Club, Ath- letic Associatioii, and was President of the Glee Club and liclucational Secretary of Menorah. Her hobby is sing- ing. Zizmm lllxknlxiu Scncss 51 Clark St. 'i'l9'zit O, slic dciizcvx such a 7,cc1y."' i "l isty" will ntinue at the 1 mal School. She was a mei l ee Club ' io ns, ' - . Society, J. M. . l'. I' cling Circle, Hiki 5 , a d the Ath etie Associa- tion. Her hobby is dan" . I' liX'El.X' CY ScHL'ss 51 Clark St. iw 'ey mocked time for foo nz-url: curiosity." J e px i p r teaching 'nt Normal School. SAI xp IV!! A L She was a e shman Chorus. Glee Club, Men- orah Societ i Cl b Chemistr ' Club, and the Ath- f 5' letic Association. . er bby is swimming. 146 ii-4 BlazingPaihsF3r 'rag mi., Crnxiu Rl. Scukolanlan 27 XYarrcn Place. "Ili:-wsify, that is my molto." "Claire" will take up nursing at Methodist Hospital. She was a member of Chorus for two years, Biology Club, J. M. P. Reading' Circle, Sigma Honor Society, and was Secretary of the Chemistry Club. Her hobby is swim- nnng. XYIC'1'ORl.X S1ci.1c1aM.xN 380 Lafayette St. "Tl1m'c -ix 41 fflcrzszmv in the jlatlzlvss woods." "Vie" will enter Connecticut College to become a teacher. She was a member of the German Club t2j, Treasurer of that society in her junior year, M. P. Reading Circle, Hillhouse Players, Hiking Club, Manager of Girls' Basketball Team, the Athletic Association. Her hobby is hiking. J fx Ma ' Rizois. Sn.xNi.EY 76 lVoolsey St. ' "Il'ifl1 a smile on lim' lips." "Macr" will continue at State Normal School. She was a member of Freshman Chorus. Chess Club, Biology Club. j. M. l'. Reading Circle, and the Athletic Associa- tion. She was Secretary of Chess Club. Her hobby is dancing. li Ur ll Su .x N I.:-:Y 111.8115 .-XnnLi': SH.xP1Ro 11 Bishop St. 'ill-V 1'nzfi11c1'blc Io'z'i"of 1'r'adi11g." "lil" will enter Columbia 1fnix'crsity to study clcntal hygiene. She was a member of .IQ M. P. Readinfq Circle, Chorus Q51 aml of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is reading. 147 Q "Searching ways Of 'im ow-f llonornv Scuaixi-'nero 160 Howard Ave. ".-lzm' 'IUXICI1 .vlzr dllllfflly-011, 1Il'tl'I't'1I, her l1'llHt'l'lIi!.H "l7otty" will continue at the Normal School. She was a member of Freshman, Sophomore. anal Senior Chornses, Nlenorah. lliilhouse Players. DI. Nl. l'. Reading Circle. Kc- tail Selling Class, and the .-Xthletic Association, ller hobby is dancing. liokoriir 1XflARIUN SIIULMAN 46 Orcharcl St. "I Irimmfd my lamp, caxiszunvd the 11z.1'dn1'g11t oil." "Dot" will receive private teaching to prepare herself 1 for her vocation as a piano teacher. She was a member of Freshman ancl Senior Chorus, Menorah Society and received honors for four years. Her hobby is music. lfiuxcizs .li5lxNNi5'r'1'14: Sui 1-sox 732 Quinnipiac Ave. "Life and think." Frances will attencl l'ratt's to become a librarian. She was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Hill- honse Players and the Hiking Club. Her hobby is read- ing. lfS'1'lil.l.l2 M,xizEr. SKINNER 91 Marlboro St. "fl daziglzter of Ihr' Gods." "lissie" will continue at the State Normal School. She was member of the Yolley Ball Squacl. Her hobby is dancing. IJoRo'rnr lil.lZ.XliIi'1'l'1 SMl'1'1i Hruman St. "JI-v damring da 5 1 d . "Dot" will continue at Nor chool. Sl was a member of Freshman and Sophomore Chorus, Chess Club, Hiking Club, Sigma Honor Society, aiikl the Athletic As- sociation. Her hobby is dancing. 148 l""' Blazing Palhsfor new" R1co1N.1 X'liRtlNlCA Sx11'r11 46 Truman St. ".S'71'v1't .vlvvfv lu' with Irs." "lit-1111" will enter State Normal School to become a teztcher. She was 21 member of the Biology Club. Hiking Club, Spanish Club, and Athletic Association 141. Her hobby is basketball. R1"1'11 l.1I.1.1,1x SM1T11 152 Derby Ave. "Il'l111f's the use of tt'0rryi11g."' "Smithie" will become a teacher after training at Bar- nard Qallege. She wa5 :1 member of Freshman Debating Societ l:1'CSl'llilZH1 Chorus, Freshman and Sophomore Glec Club: 1 Ienorah Society, janet M. Purdue Reading Circle. anrl, lie Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. lil.SllC li.Yl'llERINIE SURIENSIEN Xlloocllmriclge. "AH lzuislz to Irv lv1zr1zcd." "lCllie" will continue at the Normal School. She was 21 member of tl1e Senior Chorus, and the Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is skating. Cf.-x'1'111c111x12 l.Yox S1'1c11111' Orange, Conn. "'I'Ii.1'l1u"1', LI llI'.YfllltIfl.0ll of rumor." "-lim" intencls to become a secretary and will prepare at Sto11e's liiisiness School. She was a member of the Athletic Association, Biology Club, and Sophomore Clioriis. Her hobby is history. lJo11o'1'111' l':lll'l'Il SIWZRI11' XVoocll1ri1lge. Conn. "Ally kiuyd 111 for tl lm1'.v1'." "Dot" will bt-con - El It ther after preparing' at the State Normal School , '1. 1 member of the Freshman and Sophomore Ha. 4 mal luads, Sophomore anal Senior Lliorus, Zlllil the et ' Qsociation, H er hobby is horse- bztcla riding. - 149 Q 'semmng ways of 'nw ow- Nixx STERN 169 Scranton St. "O, leave the gay and festiw scm1es." "Toots" was a member of the Chorus, Tennis Team, Glee Club, M. P., and Biology Club. She intends to enter Columbia. Her hobbies are studying, reading, and music. M,-im' GER STETsoN, E N E 646 Dixwell Ave. ure is always wise in every part." N' r 'as a member of Freshman Science Club, Hiking and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is nature. Doius SWIFT STICKNIEY 780 VVinchester Ave. "'Tl1c force of her own merit makes her way." "Dot" will enter Larson's Secretarial School to become a private secretary. She was a member of Sophomore and Senior Chorus, Tri-Y, Freshman Basketball Squad, and the .-Xthletic Association. Her hobby is skating. lfmiim BIARIE Srokl-:s 616 XVinthrop Ave. "Sober, steadfast, and dfnzxrrvf' lfrewla was a member of the A. A. ing Circle and Hikii CWl1. lJb3' dancing. 150 5 . - Hxziii. :llIl.DRlED Sraonir. s 120 Minor St. "But O, .r danrv .ez a way." "l'labe" will take up ' clej n teaching at the Fannie Smith School. S e x s a 1 er of the I. BI. P. Read- n ll lb" Blazmg Pallhs For The new IRENIE CA'rnERiNE SL'l.l.1VAN, K M E 105 Sherman Ave., "Sim knoftxv lm' man." "Rene" will continue at :Xlbertus Magnus. She was a member of Freshman and Sophomore Chorus, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. lmcxic blositzmiixia SL'1.i.1x'.xN QZO64 Chapel St. "C'a1z.vf than tlrtut' out lctitxtlzan rei-th a lI00k?"i "Hub" will prepare at Barnard College to become a Math teacher. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is fishing. J Hn.nUk l.tNNli.x Svtaxsox 093 XYinchester Are. "Dear liiflr child, this little book Is lms cz fvriancr than a key." "I'lil" will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of Freshman Chorus, Girls' Glce Club, Senior Chorus, and the .MW Association, Her hobby is reading. .lli.XNlE'l'Tl2 liUGENl.X SWAN 29 Dickerman St. "1x't'adiug mnkdlz a. full 1110-ll." . "Nettie" will continue at the Normal School. She was a member of Chorus, Chess and Checker Club, Chemistry Club, and was Treasurer of rl. M. P. Reading Circle. Her hobby is reading. IJtJRtYl'llli.X l.oL'1s1z Sn'.xR'rnixn, CDE 591 Dixwell Ave. "lfu1hlt'111l of ,ll0dr'.vf.x'." "Dot" was a meinber of the J. M. P. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, Biology Club. and Hiking Club. She in- tends to enter the Yale School of Music. Her hobbies are swimming. dancing, and skating. lil , 'Searching Ways Of The Old Hg Louisa PAUUNE 'lixmscr-1 113 Tryon St. "Ci-z'e me some music: mz1.vz'c, mood y food Of us llzat trade in low." "W'ese" will enter Yale School of Music to continue her study of music. Her hobby is swinmling. l7oRoTHY fil2RTRUDE 'l'UcKx1.xN 4 Norton St. "Silence is the best o-rmznzcizff' "Dot" will enter Yale School of Music to study the violin. She was a member of Chorus 44 yrsj, Orchestra 44 yrs.j, Assistant Publicity Manager of Orchestra, Glee Club, Motto Club, Hillhouse Plavers, Chess and Checker Club, and Menorah. Her hobbv is tennis. :XDELINE TYNDELI. 783 Grand Ave. "The nzjrlgpy H1C1ll'll6'l'.H , . . N1 . . "C c ie' w c nue at Normal School. She was a ni il er of 1 Qophomore Motto Club, Ukulele Club, ior Ch , Salesmanship Class, and the Athletic :Xs- sociatio . er hobby is dancing. l3izR'r11rx Tuuusiax 152 Gilbert St. HIll.S'f1'ltt'fi0lI c'nlc11'ge's the natural pofuvrs of the mim1'." "Bert" will continue at the Normal School. She was a member of Chorus. Hiking Club, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, and the :Xthletic Association. Her hobby is swim- ming. hlll.DRED Ho'rc11Kiss X'AUliII.XN 76 Morris Ave. "She Ivoaxtrd not of her 1xn'rits." "Milly" was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and Tri-Y. She was Secretary of Biology Club and received honors for the Freshman and Sophomore years. She intends to become a teacher. ller hobbies are danc- ing, skating, and reading. l52 l""'B1azing ellis F51- The Thaw' BELL12 Yiasuuif 921 Grand Ave. "Ht'fff'r iozlvoru llzcm zuimuglzff' "Bobby" intencls to be a tcaclier anal will prepare at the State Normal School. Slic was a member of the 'l. M. P. Reading Circle 121. Sophomore Chorus, lirencli Club, and the Athletic .'Xssociation. Her hobby is basket- ball. BIARIUN l.oU1sE NVAGNER, E N E 291 Highland St. "ll'l1crc looks werc fond and ft'm'd.v ruclw' few." Marion was a member of tlic Girls' H iking Class ancl a subscriber to the .'X..'X. Slie intenfls to enter Normal School. l-lcr hobbies are dancing and skating. CH,xRI.oT'1'ia Fiuxciis XX'12.xx'1za 117 Hristol St. "1from one all learn." "Fran" will continue at Normal Scliool. Slie was a member of liresliman Chorus, l-liking Club, Biology Club, J. M. l'. Reading Circle. ancl the Athletic .fXssociation. Her hobby is reading. vu Iinmxok l.OL'lSl+1 XYI2l.l,N1,XN 1800 XVl1itney Ave. "S1'Ie11cv is umm' plrzqzwizf than sfn'cz'l1." Eleanor will take up Domestic Science in Boston. She was a member of tlic il. Bl. l'. Reading Circle, Harmony Club, Debating Society, 'l'ri-Y, and tlic .-Xtliletic Associa- tion. Her bobby is bowling. l'll.URliNCl-I K. XYIESLIZY 36 Stanley St. "Oli, to dcinrv all nigh! and dress all day." "Polly" will take up clental hygiene at Columbia. Slic was a member of the Athletic Association, anal the Basket- ball Squad. Her bobby is dancing. 153 Searching Ways Of The Old HQ Hizux AIARIE W'12Rw,x1ss 539 Congress Ave. "Follow pleasure, and then wil p1cas1zre "l.ynne,' will ent r N w Roche o ecome a teacher. Her ho J ' i' ieuvan . a ng. She was a member of the A. e. lan and Sophomore Chorus, 1 Sophomore Yolley ball, 1 . 1. Reading Circle, and the Biology Club. , lxlxkiox LYNN XVICKWIRE 276 Blake St. "Learned and profound." Marion received honors for four years. She was a member of the Sigma Honor Society and Assistant Motto Club Leader Freshman year. Her hobby is reading. She intends to become a teacher. Mikmxi liliATRICE VVINNICK 97 VVard St. 'lllzmic hath cha1'm.v." "Babe" was a member of the Freshman and Sophomore Chorus, Hiking Club, Menorah Society, and A. A. She intends to enter the Yale School of Music. Her hobby is piano-playing. ,lANia'r YERXA, A.A., I. B. l. 37 Townsend Ave. "Of 1'6Cl'tY1fIi01l there is mme, S0 frm' as fi.rl1ing1 IX." "Ted-IJ-Hear" will take up dental hygiene at Columbia. She was a member of Chorus, iilee Club, Chess Club, Ath- letic Association, Basketball Squad, Ukulele Club, Radia- tor Board. lfxecutive Committee, and School Circle. She was Tri-Y l'in Chairman in her Sophomore year, Program Chairman in her .lunior year, and President in her Senior year. Her hobby is fishing. RL"rn lil-Ili'l'Il.X Yotixtarziuiwx, 139 Tyler St.. lfast Haven. 'flf-V Carly and i11r,'r'11c1'l1l1' Ima' of rvm1'1'11g." "Bert" will prepare at the State Normal School to be- come a teacher. She was a member of the Biology Club. Sigma llonor Society, lfield Hockey Squad, and the Ath- letic Association. Her hobby is reading. 154 l-- Blazing Pants nf 'nw new "Tim day ix sImz't.' the orls is 11zHrh." "Millie' il er Colin a University to study dental hygiene. . 1 was' A I uber of the Basketball Squad, lixee tix' mit , Charter Member of Tri-Y, Secre- tar . unio '-. r, Vice-President in Senior Year and a n mer of e Athletic Association. Her hobby is lllllllklill li1.I..x ZlIXl3ll2RlNl.XN., A. A. Goffe Terrace swi 11'T1ll1g. ENE.-x limp Zoccxxxo 25 Lyon St. "'llVrife to tlzr mind and lzearff' "Blue Eyes" will enter Normal School to become 4 teacher. Her hobby is writing stories and poems. She was a member of the A. A.. Senior Chorus, XVriters' Club, and Hillhouse Players. 1El.lZ.Kl5E'l'lI Rocuia 155 Humphrey St. ",lIisrl1il'f in lm' cyef' liiizabeth was Il member of the A. A. l1ARRlET S111R1.xex' KoRN14:l.t"1' 20 Anderson St. "K1107L'IF1l!1t' oft is um1pprm'nf."' "Hatch" will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of -lanet M. Purdue Read- ing Circle, Sophomore and junior Choruses, Menorah Society, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is swim- ming. ISATHERINE .ALICE XYIELCII 727 Orange St. "Xt1f1m' ulvlmrs flllllllllilllflllllfv "Kay" will enter New Haven Hospital to prepare for nursing. She was a member of Tri-Y, Chess and Checker Club, Ukulele Club, Freshman, Sophomore and Senior Choruses. and the :Xthletie .'Xssociation. ller hobby is swimming. 155 E if M -I 'Searching Ways of The Old '-'Q .Xl.lt'li 'llnomtsox 181 .Xslnnun St. "Not frozen .mls nmrt' still." .Xliee was a member of the .'X. .-X. 1 lL Celltm 1 V I . gf, V' ,VW V llliI.liN SMITH "tl W 528 Xewhall St. "Good flIl.IIfI.S' vault' in .rnzall f1z1r'l.'c1gc's." Helen was a member of the A. A. RU'l'll I.. RUssEl.1,, A. A., I. B. I. 1226 Forest Rd. "IIT haz'c' been friwzds logctlzvrf' Ruth will enter Normal School and follow Social Service XYork. Her hobby is riflery. She was Z1 member of A. .X., Freshman Basketball squad. Chorus, Treasurer of Motto Club, Sophomore Basket Ball, Chorus, Motto Club Assistant Secretary of Tri-Y, -Iunior Rifle Team, 'l'ri-Y Club, Senior Tri-Y, Monitor Squad, Radiator Board, and the Business lloard of the Class Hook. I -- iTil IIELEN RITA BREYNAN 76 Rosette St. ll 0 nmfhn e ' -coli I 5 ident at QTHIIIICCUCLII College. She was me Q ' mf ie liiology Club. Spanish Club, Charter lem and Seeretarv of Young' Composers Club, Chorus l . illhouse l,lZlYCl'S and the .-Xthletic 1 l I X lt "S"i .in . ll lu x be 1 Kssoeiation. Her obby is ice-skating. 156 fl I l""' Blazing Failma for The new ANNA Ros,xi.INI2 CIIEIIIIE 509 Congress Aye. busy, well-fillifd time." "Chep" will study at the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Menorah Society. Sigma Honor Society, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. 1'lEl.liN Rl,xIuI.xRIi'r Cinxxcx' 87 Bradford Ave. "Cliem'ful comfvany sliorfens tliv miles." "Babe" will enter Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Biology Club, Sophomore Volley Rall Squad, Junior Tennis, Hiking Club, M. P. Reading Circle, French Club, Spanish Club. Hillhouse Players, Chess and Checker Club, and the Ath- letic Association. Swimming is her hobby. XvIRGINlA ELIZABETH CULVER, E N E 383 Sherman Ave. "I glory in myself." "Ginny" will take up interior decorating at Yale Art School. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Tri- Y, Hiking Club, Spanish Club, and the .Athletic Associa- tion. Her hobby is dancing. DoRo'rHY AIARY DENVIR 66 Downing St. "You have played your part." "Dot" will take up nursing at St. Francis Hospital, Hartford. She was a member of Freshman and Senior Chorus, M. P. Reading Circle, Sophomore Motto Club, Biology Club, and the Athletic Association. Her hobby is reading. GERTRUDE LAX i'UlIF07l.9Fl0uS Humor? 157 , 'Searching Ways Of The Old -'Q FLORENCE O'DONNELL 592 it Ave. "'H a til ome ' ny can V 3.' "Floss' x ' A inuef . ll N l School. She was a member of h . M. l' ' i ,D Circle, Biology Club, and the Athle ' Associ u . er hobby is tennis. RIOLLIE SCIIWVARTZ 205 Sherman Ave. "Fm very fond of water." Mollie will enter the State Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of J. M. P. Reading Circle, Menorah Society, Chorus CZQ, Hiking Club, and the Ath- letic Association. Her hobby is swimming. 'yay 1 wfv Q ll IQV' S Q ,sl K P V Na 411 it QRS I l.M.:rasfse. ze.-meat. li . h T,"'Bx? , tax i mise' ft 158 2--1 Blazing Pa.UtsF?:r The mix Engz' manual Glnurm, CHARLES IIRINKMAN 246 Lombard St. "ll'lzerr docs virtue go to lodge?" Charles was a member of tlie Motto Club ancl Senior Chorus. He intends to enter Annapolis. His bobby is athletics. PAUL DALEX' 17 Tilton St. "If is poor oft that is n ortlz the effort." 'ful wa' nienilueylfgeliiotto lnflgid A. A. His hobb' is . 1leticsf"'He intends to enter New York Uni- versi f ,ffl n X ' LZ Iimiiart Gizokon Cxxvocii 42 Sperry St. "Thr agc of clziralry is gone." "Snitz" will take up electrical engineering at Lynn, Mass. He was a member of the Electricity Club. His hobby is scouting. NVILFRICD CARDINEL 154 Sperry St. "Still UClll.t"Z'illg, still pnrsuir1g." Wilfred was a member of the A. A. 159 rr , 52a1'0lw1e..WdvS0f..The .0ld:'1'5 ALI-'RED fJTIS C.fxRR1NoToN Bethany "iV0'fl1I'Mfj in Nature is 1ll1I7f'f1!ff1'fIlI.', Alfred will take up forestry at Storrs. He was a mem- ber of Freshman Chorus, and the Athletic Association. His hobby is outdoor sports. JOHN BERNARD Coi.E 144 Foster St. "Art is ull." "Barnicle" was a member of the A. A. He intends to become a commercial artist. His hobbies are pool and cards. G- :E FRE ' ' .ANEY She-r nan Ave.. Hamden If D cr' story " George W 1 e Jer of the basketb I Squad. He in- tends to enter N rtheastern Cnive .1ty. His hobby is sports. . E' .ANDREXV DE Musrs 53 Court St. "An rye like Iliars, to flzrvaten and rommandf' "Dan" was a member of Senior Chorus, and the Elec- tricity Club. His hobby is athletics. jonx JOSEPH F.xsU1.o 506 Newhall St. "Eifm'y 0110 for lliulselff' "johnny" will study to become a mlraftsman at North- eastern. He was a member of the Electricity Club, Senior Chorus and the Athletic Association. His hobby is ice- skating. 160 ""B1azingPa11h.6iFJr The flew" llfwiim l2nw.xRn ciORDON 111 Davenport Ave. "firm baltlf is lvcffer than a wretched pmccf' "l7ur1'ey, the Battler" will study in Brooklyn to become an architect. He was a player on the Hillhouse Midgets. llis hobby is athletics. IQOLANIJ .Al.I.liX Liimv 621 Quinnipiac Ave. "I will div in the last ditch." "Holly" was a member of the Basketball, Baseball, and Tracla squads. He intends to enter Northeastern Uni- versity. His hohby is athletics. Romani: W11.1.1.u1s UUs'r.xvsoN 95 Girard St. "Tha cm11'u.r gI01u'd beyond cvcn Naturals' worm." "Gus" intends to he a pharmacist after-preparing at the Connecticut School of Pharmacy. He was a member of the Athletic Association. His hobhy is drawing. l.Aill.l.l.XNl lll2Nl:x' ll.XRlilNS 1461 Qunnipiac Are. "fl flmnkful ll4'tlI'f is flu' greatest 7Jirtue'."' "llarky" will study chemistry at Northeastern. He was a memher of the Athletic Association. His hobby is baseball. S'mxi.iax' lnwix llxkiusox 111 Barnett St. 'L-I .wif-111aa'f' man." "Stan" was a memher of the A. A. He intends to he- come an electrician. His hobby is radio. 161 W S 'Searching Ways Of y'Tlw Old HowARD HERR I Foxon St., liast Haven "Srie'nrc, li zrtzfe ' its 0'ZE'lI rr2c'ard." "Howie" x iex l X the Electricity Club, Science Club and the . hleti - ociation. His hobby is the rarlio. NY.xI.TER PAUL HOFITBILXN 79 Day St. "There is no rosie in blood." "Peanut's" hobby is swimming. LUTHER CiREGURY Ho1.coMn 51 Putnam Ave., W'hitneyville uflfll-SIIC is well said to bv tlzv speech of angels." "Lute" will take up printing. He was a member of the lfllectrical Club. His hobby is music. .'XL'fsUs1' EDVVARD HOOGRIIQIRK 29 Bassett St. "Voice of thc desert, mwer dumb." "Au5f" 'ai r o' A. A. He intends to enter the Montana S ' orest . X"ERNON IRVING HUNT 17 Ward St. "Tlzough an angel should tIt'I'lf6'. sfill 'tis tlzf' devils must print." "Honey" will take up printing. He was a member of the Electrical Club. Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, and the Athletic Association. His hobby is or- y ehestra work. l 162 . I1 if-f Blazing' auwi-as fm ml., 1 .ALISICRT llicxiu' l,L'IR1 ,I Sylvan Ave. "Hr .vm the Iliff thigh." A'lJolo" was K ineniht ' the- 0OfllQ.,ll and Hockey squads. lle intends to ent West Point. His hobby is football. ' '- 'C 65 County St. -It Litfs Maul .xu .1 , " 94' I 1 l' n'c1.vz1 .wldivr bold." "Kid Blat" will prepare at Ifordhani to become a pharmacist. He was a niemher of the Football Squad. Athletic Association, and served as leader of one ot lns classes during Boys' XYeelt. His hobby is football. Tlloxrxs Lf Kl.xl:141'r'1'o Sl-l Oak St. "ll'l1irlz, if xml T'il'fUl'VX' is .wt 1'c"r'6l1gle'." "'l'rutz" intends to enter Columbia. llc was a nieni- ber of the Hasehall and llaslcethall Teanis. FRANK linnpxnn Bl.x1:'rlNi 67 Hamilton St. "lin not rigflztfoirx 0'I'6'l'IlIIlt'll.H ' 5 "link" was a nieinber of the,-X. .X. llc intends to be- 'A como a int-clianical draitsinan. His hobby is athletics. I-lonyxim l'.xRlui1: XVoodhridg'e "l'Il Immzd lin- fvorld in forty minufe,v," "Parker" was a Secretary of the Electricity Club. His hobby is radio. 165 S 'Searching Ways Of The Old' N Stern l2.XRI. bvflkli lylifli XVoodbridge Hil,I?lIl'lI In lalmr and to imiff' "Dutch" was a member of the .-N. A. He intends to enter Pratt. His hobby is golf. RoRER'r Rnixwixrn 1708 Dixwell Ave. Hlltlfff' Lg sleazy "P "va V J' ' - Electricity Club and a me ,' ? ' .flhletic Association. His hobby is motorcycling. 'llliliilllfik SCHIRMI-1114, 10 E 286 XV:-st Ivy St. "ily C1il1lIt'll1fjgt10iX'.Y are dong." . . , "Snooknms" was a member o the Fresllcnnan baseball r 1 r 1 r 1 J r - 'J x 1 leam, lrack leam, liasketball leam. and Motto Club. He intends to enter Georgetown. FRE1ncR1ck CHARLES S1ML15R, A I E 184 Ridge Road "Nice customs CZl1'ff'Sy to great kings." "Peg" was a member of the Track, Cross Country, Hockey, Golf, and Lacrosse Teams. He intends to enter Michigan University and take a course in business ad- ministration. His hobbies are hockey, golf and lacrosse. ARTHUR SM1'rH 329 Main St. "No legacy is so rich as lz01ze.s'fy." .Xrthnr was a member of the QX. QX. 164 EH Blazing Pa,Uv.sF:r Thaw' lavixo NVILIJAM Smru 10 Taylor St. "C1zuck 'im aut, the brute!" "lrv" was the Captain of the XVrcstling Team Q'26j, on the Track and Soccer Teams, and a member of the Motto Club. He intends to enter Savage College. His hobby is hiking. ,lviisox l'iR.-XNUIS SMITH 10 Taylor Ave. "l.vf'x learn to live." "judd" was a member of the Soccer, Track, Gym and Wrestling Teams. He was also a member of the Base- ball Team and a representative during Boys' Wleek. He intends to attend college in Davenport, iowa. ,ARTIIUR SPERRY lfoxon Road "A just fortzme awaits Ihr desc1"z'i11g." "Art" was en f the' Electricity Club and a mem- ber of the Ri e . He expects to enter the General Electric School at Lynn, Mass. Romzirr ClI.XRI.liS S'1'.xxoicR 204 Nicoll St. '21 fa-voritr' has 110 friend." "Bob" will prepare at Holy Cross to become a drafts- man. He was a member of Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, Yarsity Track Team for three years, Hi-Y. Senior Executive lloard, Athletic Association, Hillhouse Players, and was Yice-President of the Radio Club. llgxluu' l.EoNixRD SUNDBERG 152 Butler St. "Tim: FII be lzafvpyf' K'Happy" will study to become an electrical engineer at lynn, Mass. He was a member of the Electrical Club, Hockey and Golf Teams, and the Athletic Association. His hobby is playing golf. 165 Q 'Sammy ways Of 'nw out--f .ltlll N AR'1'1iUR Sw,xNsoN 579 XYinchester Ave. "Sf1'v1rl1vs, for lvagzrcs and leagues, the 7c'1'rf'." "Art" will enter Columbia to take up electrical engineer- nig. He was a member of the Electrical Club and the Athletic Association. Athletics is his hobby. .'Xl.BER'I' BIERLE Svxizs 251 Dixwell Ave. Hclllllllllfj the Iijlllflllllfjfi "Al" was a member of the A. A. He intends to become an electrical engineer. His hobby is sports. hlosiavu BIICHAEL AVHALEN 78 Third St. 'lllodesfx' is merit." "Pop" was a member of the Hockey Team. He intends to enter X. Y. U. His hobby is sports. fililbktlli IZVIQREND XVIIEELI-ZR Cheshire ".S'Im'k lzmdvd men, und .melt as sleep 0'n1'g11f.v." "Fat" was a member of the Baseball, Football, and XYrc-stling Teams, and of the Hi-Y. His hobby is ath- letics. Axrnoxx' NOHERT XVIIITE 143 Dover St. ,f -1- - v. .S H116 or 5'ZUI1l1.' "Pop" will take up electrical engineering in Lynn, Mass. He was a member of the Electrical Club and the Athletic Association. Swimming is his hobby. 166 1 il Z-1 Blazmg axasraf Tha New lJ.fwm C.-XRl'liX'1'ER XYll.l.lS 79 Tyler St., East Haven "O, star'-ebwd Sc1'e11ce'."' "Dave" will continue at the Lynn lilectric School. He was a member of the lilectrical Club, Science club, Treas- urer of Electrical Club, and the Athletic Association. His hobby is radio. JXRTIIUR liinvfum lY1LI.1.-ms 58 South Front St. "l'ef who .vlmll .vlzzrt our Fate." "XN'hitie" was a member of the Freshman Basketball Team and the High School Midgets. He intends to be- come a lawyer. His hobby is radio. Cioknox l.. XYRIKZIIT 77 Treaclwell St. "His f1'n1r'.v forr'r'r'r." "Ciordy" was a member of the Motto Club, Soccer Team, and Manager and member of the Xllrestling Team. His hobby is athletics. He intends to become a mechani- cal engineer. Am-'oNso M. S.-XGNEl.l..-X 105 Auburn St. "Italia, Italia, O tu cui fco la serie Dano infflire di lvellessa-" "Al" was an honorary member of the Italian Club, a member of the Chemistry Club, and a subscriber to the A. A. He was a leader during Boys' Week. He intends to enter Yale. I-lis hobby is music. I 1"l "I sep you Imac 0 singing fare." Maurice was a member of the XVrestling Team and the Senior Chorus. He intends to enter N. Y. C. His hobby is sports. M.xUR1ci: S'l'0l.l.ER lo4 Oak St. I 167 ...1.........- 'Searching Ways Of The Old 'Q Xl.X'l"l'HEXV RoHER'r TIERNEY 13 May St. "TlIl1f'lS u biasing .vlralzge a11.vwc'r." "Slat" was El member of the Track Team, Sphinx Club, lfootlmll Team. and Electric Clulm. He intends to enter Holy Cross. XY1i.l.1.xx1 Rorrxirxx 250 Sherman St. "O Rom-vo, Roman, za-lzvreforv art thou, Romeo?" "Bill" was Treasurer of the Radio Club, a member of the Sophomore and Junior Choruses, Hockey Team, Electricity Club. and Menorah Society. I-' 'il ,' . v I vuu rg ff .1 -ff,--H - ,, . - . 'v-v. . - - , ,--. -v , sr- , . .js ,A 554-,.1,,,..-if-Qrfi . y 1 N-c-. Q .1 a- . :. ..-1 , "v.-Q .L1 1 Q,- f,1 ,' pu- J.-1 1 "T, , !,,,,, , .4 N 41-, 1 ,Nl fa., 1,-Ulu, ""'9. ,'Y -',-'li ,xx-".,f l-. w, "'-.. 1 1, A. cg.---f,.lw,.,, 5 . ,, I-. .iff ,V- 1E'!l'fy6'l1 F : X-1vo"' i'Hv-" fifvg :Ph 'nf , - ,g , W we , x -X 4, - K T A . ,- i,. by nl .,,. fvxv 1 ,-.sf "L :ig -Q, - , A A .9 5 A . ,,.,l -15, ,., ,, .- 4 . V, , . 'cw , .. wi. , ,X . r . -fs , .xvlixl , ,- f-T ' if 1.1 till V, ..W f33i5f.!S! 1. ,Q A-i T err . N --' 168 . ll l"""Bla.zzng Paihsfer Tlw new Girlz' annul sinh Srivntiiir Glnnrae l'HYx.r.1s R.xP1I.xm, AMANN, QX. A., S23 lildgewood Ave. "Hath iz fll0llA'UlI!I' l'11m'1z1s I0 sl101u'."' "l'l1il's" hobby is dancing: She was on the Basketball Squad. lXl.XRti.XRli'l' gXMliNDOl'.A 45 Chester St. "'1x'indm'sx is 1e'isd0m." "Peggy" was a member of the Athletic Association, and the Better Dress Club. Her hobby is sewing. lJmeu'1'llx' Xoiwox .XXlili'l'liLL, K M E 151 Foster St. "RuIy-poly was her name." "Dot" will take up designing at Pratt's Institute. She was a member of Freshman Chorus, Freshman Basketball, Girls' Tennis 'l'onrnainent. Class Day Committee, and the .Xthletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. C.XRMl2I.A i'XNQUIr.r.ix 279 VVooster St. 1 ox in the s1mslzim'."' ro n-e,ees 11ien1ber of the M. P. Reading Circ lletfgi ress Club and the Freshman Glee Club. llc- obby-sis-'Music 1 169 3 'Samaria ways Of 'nw ow- fll.IYli ll.-xKEi: 207 Day St. "Yon llffkvl' Iifflv kid." "Olly" will become a music teacher. Her hobby is music. XIILITRICII llmzxeiiizk 65 Foster St. 'illulcrs 'IK'I'.YIfUHl .rn11'Ic." Klilclrecl was a memhei' of the A. A. .'XI.l'Illl.D laxxim CARLSON 59 Prospect St. "SiIem'f giz'vs commit." "Al" will study nursing in Z1 New York hospital. Her holmlw is skating. She was a memlier of the A. A. . 1 Klxmiz L'.fxRI.soN, E N E 737 Orchard St. "Swvr'fs to the .r7c'r'r'f." Marie was a memher of the A. A. Her hobby is danc- ing. 170 'Blazing Pallas For The new" HEA'rR1cE lfl.X'IRA CLARK Orange, Conn. "Yr who dwell at home." "Head will continue at the Yale School of Music. She was a member of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is dancing. SARAH Minis CLARK Orange, Conn. "ln l7HJ.Yf1!1 dream." "jane" will continue at the Yale School of Music. She was a member of the Ukulele Club. Her hobby is playing a "Uke." NIARGARET Iil.EANoR Cox, K M E 59 Clark St. 'klrt fad fcifli so di1'il1v an air." "Peggy" will study at Simmons to become a dietitian. She was a member of the junior Executive Committee. ul. M. ll. Reading Circle, Hiking Club, Range Officer of the NVinchester junior Rifle Corps, Chorus, and Thrift Committee. Her hobby is dancing. HEI.:-:N Moxlctx CFRRAN, E N E. I. H. I.. 262 Goffe Ter. "fix high as 1Il'tl'Z'FlI.u Helen will take up dietetics at Columbia. She was a member of the Senior Executive Committee, Class Pin Committee, Tri-Y, Hillhouse Players. Italian Club, Glee Club, Senior Chorus, and the Debating Society. Her hobby is dancing. M.-xRc:ARE'r l,.Xl.Y 17 Tilton St. "l1'lmt .viucct cjvligllt fl quiet life affords." "Peggy" will continue at Storrs'. Her hobby is hiking. 171 Q 'seafaring ways Of The ou- llxzl-ZI. ll:-:.x'i'1uc12 Dowxs 302 XYiuchester Ave. "T!11'.v lift' is but flu' fulssilgjf' of a day." "'l'npsy's" hobby is dzmciug. fXl.xR1.xx lXi.ic14: l",xRki:l.l. 96 Ridgewood .Xu-. "I like not luciy .viippvrs." "Nan" will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the A. A. M.xL'mi li.X'l'HARlNE lfoc:i2l:'1'xj, 56 Mather St., XYliitm-yville "I am a .vz1bjz'ct." "Maudie" will study nursing. Her hobby is dancing. She was a member of the Better Homes Club and the A. A lioms Ci1i.I,r:s1-lr: 32 Lake Place ",Ii!l.i-114111 dinzccf' . Doris will take up dental l1'g'x11 ibia. She was a member of the bl. M '. Re ' S Circl , Hillhousc Players. Salcsmausli' 'las an ' shmzm Cho us. Her hobby is termis. Nl.XRY LCE CQOUDENOUGH 37 Easton St. H1'7'1.Hl".S' light as cur." "Louie" will study dressmaking in New York. Her hobby is hiking. She was a member of the lletter Homes Club. 172 a 0 l""' Blazmg PSIILSFZJI' The new lllll.l1Rl-ID l'l.-XZEI. lllllf.-'X'I'SlNGliR 320 Congress Ave. "Your ring jimi." Xlilclrccl was :1 inc-niber of the Athletic .Xss0ciation. llc-r hobby is collecting clippings from inagazines. ,losrirnlxlf l'l,XCZliI..X 409 Orange St. "liar I am rash." " Ioc" was a mcnibci' of the A. nl. Her hobby is danc- ingf l.n.l.1.xN ll.xHscin2 24 Violet St. "iff bald." "l,ill" will continue at Normal School. She was a nlcmbcr of Chorus QZI. Ukulele Club, and the Athletic ,'lxSSUL'l2lliUll. M.xm2i. lluaxiz l'l.XI.lfINllliR 109 Hnrlburt St. "Thr iron will of om' sfozzt 1I!'tU'f." "l'2zil1c" will continue at Dr. .'Xrnold's. She was a meni- bcr of Cliorns 121, Hil.honsc l'lz1ye1's, and the Motto LlUlllllllltL'C. llcr hobby is 1'CZlCllllg. lbouonnx ll.XRlI:1N "Tilt Tuorld lim ln'fun' Irs." 1 5 1 , . . . l73 K sf 5 'Searching Ways Of Tlw Old'-' Nluu' lCl.1z,xisETn lslmzn 2M Goffe Terace "Tu.vf1.' T11.rl1.' my Iusxil'." "Libby" was a member of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is camping. josrzrfnlxls Huuuixs 555 Elm St. "The becrutiful are izczfer dc's0'lafc'." "joe" will study to become a music teacher at the Bos- ton Conservatory of Music. She was a member of the Girls' Yarsity Volleyball Team for three years. Her hobby is music. MAE EDNA l'lURI.RURT 675 Congress Ave. "I fly after Summer merrily." "Dong" will enter Columbia College to study Dental Hygiene. Her hobby is horseback riding. She was a member of the Motto Club, A. A., Freshman and Senior Chorus. ESTHER l.oUisiz lrssrix North Haven, Conn. .V ' "I too was fair." I "Es" will continue at Stebbings. She was an honor student for four years. Her hobby is reading. llU5.XI.INA Izzo 92 XVallace St. "My b1'rtl1day." "Rose" will continue at Normal School. She was Il member of the A. A., Freshman Chorus. Harmony Club, and. the Better Dress Club. Her hobby is music. 174 QL F-fB1azmgPaxa6nf 'nw mix ilVl1I.IlRliD Sfwlilli hliixslix state St., North Haven, Ct. I ' i YI "l zvuizdrred If-V Yucfvlllgidr. "Mil" will contimif ' L ml S'lmol. She was a mem- ber of the Ch . ub, and c honors for four years, 1-ler hobby is 1 qiit' 1Nl,xmimN .Xm2r.i2 l.1xNc':Rcmcii 121 Czmner St. Ulforfmiv fi:-:mrs llzu KIYUVI-llfj.H "Nlz1l's" hubby is claneiiig. She was Z1 member of the A. .-X. :mil Senior Cliurus. , -ll1Slil'IllXl-1 l..xx'.xi,l.ic 186 lixchange St. "l'nz as fH'f'Llf ax llzvhvf' "joe" will cimtimie at Normal Selmul. She was a membcr nf the Senior Clmrus. Her hubby is reading. 1.1215 l.1s:swx N Z Howard Ave. ,VU-lI'tIVX' ix f Vx'i'SfU'l -V. r "Lee" was Z1 member uf the QX. .X. Her hobby is danc- ing. lvlnumcu Nl.xeX.xM.xza.x 257 Lfrmbard St. "l lm-rv Jew: flu' grrvatf' "Mil" was a member of the K. .L Her hubby is resul- ing. 175 'Searching Ways Of The Old Kllxla L'.1Rx112l,1fx Mmuxrl 259 l'lamilt1n1 St. "xl lmzdm' lzmrff' "l5illic" will cmitiiiuc 211 Normal Schunl. She was a 1111-111111-r nf Clwrus 121. Italian Club, Zlllll the Athletic .Xss11ci:1ticn1. lfiuxfrzs Nl.XR'1'lN, ENE 54- SZ'lit'lll St. "Oh, .vo 'ZUOHdI'IIll.Y f1'i.v1' 71'11.v 5.f11'." "l:l'Zll'lii was 21 member of tlic AX. .X. llcr liulilmy is .Xl- gclmrzi. .X111..1 Kl.111'r1xs11x, E N E 1043 'I'mv11sc11rl .-Xvc. 'A 'Tix Iwclllf-1' 1'1l1l.x'." .X1'l:1 w:1s:1 lllCllllICl' ul tlic .X. .X. :111rl tlu' l,lL'll1l'k' lifllllllllll0C. Hex' lmlwlry is clnncing. l"1.1111laN1'1a Kl.Xl2 Nl.x'1"1'111cw5, C-D I' li N1-151111 Sl. "Tlm1r d11'vIlf'r by flu' sm." "'l'11111s" will cuter Xfvrnizll Scliuul, H1-1' lwlmlmy is :lanc- iug. Slic was Zl 111:-111l1c-1' of tlic 'l'1'i-Y, nl. Nl. l'. Rczuliiig Ciirclc. Zlllfl .X, 1X. ll1:1.12x li.X'l'lll2RlNli Kl1'1i1'1R14: 55 'l1l'l'ZlflNX'L'll St. 1111 will L'lJllfllll'lt' at Sinimrms Culicgc. llustml. Shu 11 1 1 inuiilmu or lil Y, llillliousc l,lZlj'L'l'S, and the .'Xtl1- lc-tic ,Xss11ciz1ti1111. llvr liulwlmy is sk:1ti11g'. l76 l""'Blazing Pa.U1sF6r The new" lfA'l'Ill5RlXI2 fl..-XRI'l'.X KIVKAY 29 .Xdmirzil St. "pls snow in lu1rf'1'.s'l." "l'c-anut Geranium" will Qmnimw at Storrs. She was lilrrarian uf thc orcliestrzl, :1 memlmer of thc Atliletic :Xs- sociation, llilllmnsc- Players. and the He-ttci' Homes Club. HQ-r l1nl.1l1y is ontsiclc sports. B1.ANc11E li. 3111.15 1' Northforcl, Conn. "Sim sim 0 11161417117 would .rfaixfdfj "Pickle" :VTi1iQCL'UI'llC 11 nurse. Her hobby is Charles- toning. I2x'1c1.x'x R1cx'1z1z1.x' Klflflkli 59OOrcl1:1rcl Sl. Hli'I't'I',X' 14151112 my fv'11,v1'r'.v I sary." "livin-" will take up nursing at the lirccdinzni Hospital. He-r lwlwlmy is the tlwatc-r. li1.1mm-:'1'11 .-Xxxw KlIlRRlSSl-IY 5951 firancl Ave. "LM my first LX'1'lIl'X In' juni." "Diclcly" will cntcr St. Francis Hospital in Hartford to study nursing. Her linlnlmy is liorsc back riding. livE1.x'N INIARY ML'1.x'12x', 104 Cove- ,-Xve., liasl Haven, ft. ".S'1u'l1 .Hill-Illlfj ryv.v." "live" will take up dental hygiene at Columlmia. Sho was :1 member of thc Freshman and Sopllomore llolto Clubs, lixecutivc Cfmninittcc, and the Editorial Board uf the Class Hook. Her liolmlmy is swimming. 177 'Searching Ways Of The Old Hg Al.XliEL NILES 1278 Quinnipiac Ave. "The trifles of our daily Iiz'e.v.i" Mabel was a member of the A. A. Her hobby is danc- inn' N. li'rnYl. CL.xR1ss.x R.x1x.xN 795 Elm St. MALI-kt? to like." Ethyl will study Domestic Art at Simmonds College. She was a member' of the Tri-Y, A. A., and the Better Homes Club. M,xnt:.xRET RICHARDSON 150 XVillow St. "Ah, sweet Content." "Peggy" was a member of the A. A., and Business Hoarcl of the Class Book. GLADYS BEATRICE ROGERS 30 Edwards St., Highwood "lViz'h thee c0nr'vr.vi11g." "Bob" will enter Pratt Institute to study dressmaking. Her hobby is making pretty clothes. She was a member of the Better Homes Club. EVELYN SCHNITMAN 1361 Chapel St. "When her brooch she forgets." "Eve" will continue at Normal School. She was a member of Chorus C3j, Athletic Association, and the Chemistry Club. 178 ls--. Blazing Pa.1fl1eif5rO5LEh0?5n,ew" 1 fri L il'lIil.EN .eXI.Bl2R'r.x SMITH , -' - 523 Newhall St. "ll'l1A-V, all flvliylits are twin." Helen will take up nursing at the Ford Hospital, De- troit. RllClllgZlll. She was a member of Hillhouse Plavers Her hobby is Cll1llL'lllQ. IDA Srifux 335 George St. iicltlllfllgt' in danger." lcla was a member of the A. A. r I 1 dancing. Bnssnz MAE 'liAYLUR 37 Easton St. "And if sho falls." "Sister" will study dress making in N. Y. Her hobby is sewing. She was a member of the Better Homes Club. GRACE ELIZABETH TYRRELL 54 Shelton Ave. "We grow like flowers." Grace's hobby is horseback riding. She was a mem- ber of the Tri-Y, A. A. and the Better Homes Club. EVELYN WESLY 36 Stanley St. "I will indulge my sorrows." "Lyn's" hobby is Charlestoning. She was a member of the Athletic Association. 179 I 5 '47 Q 'seafaring ways Of 'nw ow- .'xMlil.l.-K lfl.lZ.-XBETH XY1THr:Rs 47 Park St. "SzL'fvf lvlfvr of thc angel fUl1gllc'." "Milly" will take up nursing at the Ford Hospital, De- troit, Michigan. She was 11 member of Chorus CZJ, Sophomore Motto Club, and Hillhouse Players. Her hobby is dancing. H.xruur:'1' CELIA YM.:-1 Mt. Carmel, Conn. Thr thing 'wr long forf' "Dee" will study Landscape Gardening. Her hobby is horse back riding. She was a member of the Better Homes Club, the A. A. and received honors for two years. if 4' 180 1 , . gf '.'1 'SlI:,id?.i g. ., :A-ff . wav 'e:?'1 2 ' xggivigli - 19451 2 93, 43. Hsin' Q, . U 4 nz'-'Ax 1 1.-wwf. f ff" fig' Q jv . k j?-+4 i ff AL x -LW 1 A . N 'IDM Q 'f Q X w JG W!" fx ' '7'x,x,U.,'28? N I '-'T QXEJSX X QQ ' 1 CII M :gf - N . -' .1 fiil 'I : . ig- gg ' . ,AQ -12' W:- -ff Q 7 - 28 I. I ' 1- 1.1 . . , , nl - ly- ua z! 'r I: .N , . , ,, Gbftirial WF 'Yi 4- In ' . s fl 45 ad I'-' lg o o : -, 15351111 EI 111115 1' ' I 1. E izqrh . f bg ,lgiixqg ,, gg . 2,-, ' X efSQl?Wl?g+511 ,' -rf,-. lg:-fl' 1 .. l-axfimn-.. ,. ,, gza 1- -. .- -A':2:1?Qff5:5kg1:?53aQ:- .. aa- -. 1555937 ' I Tgij., V zgirigliw: , fa? , 2. Lb- I . --Irv, A . -- "'1'-F .:":--a 'J 'uv -----' "Ei 'f --:lam g, ' : 4- -.. . . Q q ":- x ' Vgllffwf S-506. 9115? QQ'-'QQQQY Searching Ways Of The Old '-'Q F i 1 N x I 1 182 iv- B1aZin5Pauwr0f TM naw' Svrhnnl Qlirrlr HAROLD ROBERTS . . I irujtnt CHARLES DONAHUE . Vin I rexzdtnt DOROTHY FIDLER . . Smrttm y Members Ruth Hartell Dwight Hutchins Frederick Tuttle Jack Beazley Thomas Hersey Ruth Andrew Edward Pastore Clifford Beebe Russell Larsen John Adams Betty Connellan Andrew Vets Alfred Haynes Melvin Roberts Barbara Yerxa Sawnie Gaston Norma Andrew John Braslin Bettina Bryant Frank Cipriano Harry Cohen Donald Collins Ruth Craddoek lXlOrris Dewey -lohn Joy XYilliam Dinienstein 183 Irma Flynn Jack Harte Henry Igo Alfred Kaerle Jack Kimberly Simon Koletsky Herbert Kusterer Leanor Lipsher James Meflair Louis Nassau Fred Freller Louis Rappoport Janet Yerxa XVilliam Hessler Charles Leisehman Minerva Aaronson Charles Album Ruth Beckley Wlilliam Beebe Betty Ives Bernadette l-l ugo Frances Lynch Stanley Morgan Dorothea Lederer janet Platt Louis Reichle S 'Searfdzing Ways Of The Old Stuhvnt Olnuuril L II.XRl.IiS lJ4w,x111'12 ...... . l'n'.v1'4iw11t mi N ,Xuxxls . . . I'fm'-I'zuvfflvwfI YH llAxu1'ra1.1, . . . .S'n'n'fur.x' Sr'111'm' .1l4'IIlIH'1'.V !"1'crh'l'ia'k ll. 'liulllc Hamill In Kulwrts Jzfzzfor'll4'111lu'1'.v ,XH11-cl Hzlynus He-lviu Ruin-1'lf SIlXYIliL' UIISUIII lizwhzmm Ycrxzl .5'UffIUlllUl'c' -UCIlIf'L'l'A' Sturm AXml11-wa .Xlicc Krusuyc ,XYIIIUF i.llll'li hlzum-4 I.j'llL'1l 1f1'4'.v!11m111 Jlv1l1lu'r.v -lzlm-L XX-Hilti' liulwrl Stock 184 x 5"'BlazQn9PaiP.GvF6f' The 185 'j I RJ I -N -. Q 4 N S. "1 .IIHRSEY Y 7h 'Vi 'PZ 3 -. Searching Ways of The Old i W r P 186 A .C X' X -1 .J 7 xf .2 X f 1 f 'KW YU Hg! L U X 1 I X M KC ff! Mffff , ,,,, ff Af f! 4 W X T mll1 X I w 4. NV 1, f 1 X ,+ S 9 J Q 15,7 - SX H 1 f , W ff X 'VX J A W M 3 I M A Q MK WQQU CLUBSf 7 3 'Searching Waals of The Old' Sl-1N'l'IXlil. lilJl'l'1 rliI.Xl. l14mAXlQlh l1rm,R14'1X ll. l1"1"1'l.1s ....... . C !1f,1r1u1v IH SICXTI XI-Il, IIUSIXIQSS lit MRI! lI'I' L , I im"rvu1xs ....... lv11.rrm',v.v ,1'lAlIMY414P 188 i""'BlazingPafU'L8vF61' The new 189 3 'Semmng ways Of 'nw ow -5 J 6 YORK SQUARE PLAYERS hlmxx ,NIJANIS ........ . I'rv.viflw1f Mlss .'X1.lf1ucDAx XYUUSE .....4.. 12fn'vfr'u.vs EXECUTIVE BOARD OF HILLHOLTSE PLAYERS EDWIN TREAT .......... President 190 ""Blazinfy Faiths For TM new Y 191 Searching Ways Of The Old Hg O 192 ... ..J w Q f- '! -4 'Z -J '-'Blazing P 'nf The flew-'f iflimnrah Svnrirtg lI.xm'x' SAxxl1cx4m' . l'ru.vifl1 lust-tml lllclcx I5l.l'M , l'1'm'-l'1v'.v1'1l1 111 Im-:Nr IJ.xl.'mx . . .S'cm'rlu1x lllix Rx' I Ir:xs'1'r:1,1. 'l'1mmr.v1ml .1 I w1nIu'1'.v HZll'I'j' Sin-gc! Illll l':L'llIt'I' l1'X'illQ' l'1':1gn-1' Kusc XX'i1n1ick Nlllffilf Hillvllc Qlzluulr 11111114111 l,Zll1l Slmpiru L'cli:1Shit't'1'in AXl1r:1l1:1n1 R1lihL'll Klfll'1'i5 ilwl4llm:m1u 195 Q 'Sammy ways Of frrw owl-4 1 4 igrrgl Snrivtg D.xvm l.xN1mrm' . . ' Uni Iilmxyfxklm RIVII . . Sli 1 MAX AIII,I.liR Inuvzm I:Zll'lIl'y Muller Xillllflll Kula-Isky Sillllfy l.L'YiII1' Ilurmzm ftI1L'l'IHZl1l Klux l.uhi11 HJIYIICB' Scllrolm llcnjzuuin liiclmmnd H011-iillllill .Nlmlcrnmn llv111Iu'1'.v 194 Mwrrlf I,i'l'II'1llll Sul flllllil! l.2lXYl'l'HL'l' liwwcrs l.z1w1'c11cc fzaplzux Simon Kululsky l.L-slvr HCVSIIIIIZIII .xhfillllllll Silvcrmzm llarry Sunlcnmv ,IX Z-'Blazing P81118 nf 'nw lbw Elrrtriritg CHluh S,XI.Y.X'1xl DRI-I l'li'l'Rll LU Jlialian Olluh Alu. R,XSl'IIl-II.lA.X . , . . . I l'1lXk'l'f'l"l'.X IJ:-:c.xRl.o .'XIlIil..XlNlC :WIN . I':l'4il'IXlC L'R.u'.xNz.xxu I ffl' l'rvsidm1f 'lzrzzlfv .ldf'1sm' ,.S'm'rvlf11'bx' -l'rvx1'dwx! Trvu.s'1m'1' 3 fseamhing ways of 'nw ow +15 Efri-13 Qlahinvt xxx-1'rY12Rx,x . l'1'u.v11lwzf .1lu111Iwrs livtty l':HL'I'llJ1'I'gCl' llmvwtlu-:1 I,l'flCI'l'l' lfrzxmwcs Lylmch H2ll'lJIlI'I1 YL-rxn Nlildrcrl Zil1lI11l'I'I11ZU1 I.iHi:m Nlylzmcl EIZIIICI Vlait IVIIIII lflyllll Ililrlzl 17011111 196 EH Blazing Payne lF:r 4TFw new" Hrngreaniuv Snrietg I-lr-Lxm' ll1:xs'1'l-11.1. . . . l'1'us1'c1l f Slxmx 1iu1.Ic'1'sKY . l'1'cv-Pn'.via'L ll.xR1:x' Sx Nl 1-zxmx' S'vun'll Will iam lliummstvin L llzlrlcs ljllllfllllli' lulm lm' K lmrlvs ZllJ1JL'l'lllZllI jlvvlllmiv 197 -X bralmlll Raison lfrccl Tuttle -luscpll 1.l'Y1lll' Irving 'IQCHIICI' 3 'Searching Ways Of The Old'- Bahin Qlluh HENRY llENS'I'l21.I. I nndr nt JOE Rocmfr . Vzrc I n sz Lfharlcs Zippcrman .lulm linscoc Bernard Packtor VVilliam Couch XYiIliam llimmenstein Murray Gillette .llvnzbers 198 Hen Riclmloncl ,lUSl'lll1 llernlmlum .'Xlll'ZlllHlll Raiscn l'aul Shapiro Alle Silverman Harry Samenow lv- BlazinQ Pwwrw 'nw mv' r Tgillhuuav illiflr Lilnh Osmxxn Alonxsox . Gmznux Cll,X'l'lfIl.ll Mllxrux ll,xRR1s . NR. 'l'nnM.xs RICH.-XRDSUX BR.-x1N.xRn l'12CK . l'n'.r1'u'vf1l and C'af'tain I'1'fl'-1'n'.viflv11l and lllumzglvr .llmnbvrs Max Miller Russell Perkins l'aul Kennedy Farnia George Patterson Charles llugllcs james Mazzacane .-Xustun lflzlrnmn Bernard Vacktor 199 Tr4'u.ru rfr Coarlz SVA' ITM! I'-V 'Searching Ways Of The Old 'Q ifmhiatnr Ehitnrial Baath C my I .XR'l4Ill'Il.NII-'S lilfllfrll' f?UlI?'d Nlilflrcrl Zi1lIIll1'I'Ill!lIl blilllvl Ycrxzl l"1'c1l4'1'iCk rliulllt Kicl1:l1'rl Xxfigzx lfclwgu'1l XYilli1llllS wlzuucs Nlkfililil' Ruwvll 'li11l'kl'l' Ruth .Xmlrvw 200 in Blazing Palhs F6r The new 201 S 'Searching Ways Of The Uld 'Q Girlz' Behating Svnrirtg RUTH A1.1w:R'r . lhflll.DRED LESHINE . LEANoR l.1i'sHER . SARAH H,xnEl.M.xN . Dokornv Fox . Fannie Kaplan Sara Levy Louise Jacobs Beatrice Levenstein Alice Sutorius Esther Sinn Muriel ,laeohson Eva Cohen Evelyn Mednicow Lillian Scliilifrin Anna Isaacs All embers Elsie Rosofsky 202 President . I 'ice-President . liduculional Secretary Rose Rocklin Naomi Stroh Dorothy Gliekstein Ursula Setlow .-Xnna Cohen Lillian Mylancl Helen Cohen Miriam Cohen Rosella Ravson Adele Marqusee Lillian Freeman Scrrctary Treaxzfrcr lr' Blazing Fallzs i For The flew' Girlz' C5122 Qlluh C IIX M1111-'lfklx . I feszdl nt NURN1 x XNDREW luasunr Cnwxliu Buorll . Slcrctary I SFHPR l5hCKl.EY . I lbftllidll' illm1'1bc1's listher Altlmach Helen Armellin llclyn Corpcr .Xime Cutler Rose Duhin Betty lilleuberger listher lfasano Frances Fitch Doris Hall Rose Heimovtz Anita Kjoss Pauline Korn Rose Kruger 203 Anna Lev lfthel Lev Ethel Levine Francis Levine lileanor Markham Doris Maroney Nlacleline Merlis Pearl Orloff Selma l'ickus Celia Schiffrin janet Strouse Dorothy Tuckman Ida XVeinStein 5 'Semmng ways Of The ow -- Eanin-illllanhnlin Gllnh 1'11.xR1,1-is ZlI'I'liRMAN . -l.xNET'r12 1 ircssxme . FRANCIS Mfmuxx Mmems TXIAMORSKY . Iilzulcllc 'lhwtsky .Xflvlc liroclhcad SIISHIIIIC Ilrockclt lilizulrcill XVZITIICI' cvL'k'R'IiI1 U1'CCsm'1' .1It"lI1Z2Rl'S 204 P1'rs1'de11f . l"iz'z'-l'1'vsidvJ1f l?z1.vi11m.c ,Uanagvr Xlurris Levitt .Xrmzmcl ZiI1lIl1L'I'Il IIIl1'l'Y CUIICII N Morris Tsrzlcl Xlllffllf' Gillette Trea-surer hlll , - Glhrzm sinh Glhvrkrr Qlluh ll x 1 ma l'1:.u:lQR ........ . l'n'.v1'41'f 11! mms 'lfxwnik . I'im'-l'1'u.r12l1 llrtx nn' I l1cxs'l'l-11 1, . . . 'I'n'41.v1r1 11 XX lu Lx Xl U1 NIICNSIWCI x ...... lf4i1mr!1'm1ul.S'n'1u'l4l1x xx SHVICS .......... l'rv.v1lhr1l I urls liu.1sx11'xm: I '1'wwl'1u'.v1'fi4 nt xx I.1cm-mm , , ,s'.-4-11-im X XI Il. INN SHN ITSKY , , . 'li1'4'41,x-111.1 lr Ylxu 'lxl-NNI-ZR . . lfdfzmzlfmnlf .Sl'rn'h11x 'Searching Ways of The Old 'fa Haruitg Eehating Efwm AXtW!ir111:1tivc Nugznlixx- SiIIl4lIl Kulutslcy, 148111. Clhzlrlcx -I. lJUllZlIlHL'. Capt. Louis Nassau llcnry llc-mlvll f4l1ZlI'lCS AXllmm11 Clwrgc llinwnstvin Klwrris 'l':1g'c1', .Xllcmmzllc hlzlwb Hmmxvitz. .Xllcrmltc fiK'lll'Q'C T. l,1lYiS. LQUIICII I'1l'L'1l fi. Davis, Qlnvllvll 206 Mugs' Belmting Svnrivty llxmu fllIll4X ....... ll nl uf llh Svsxx N NIIl'l'Il xx ....... I 1 zflfx II1 Bugs' GIF? Qlluh l,I.lXNIX IIN ..,.. I :ff RRY I XI xl !"l"I'l' . . C 1 11 207 Searching Ways Of The Old -'Q Hkulrlv Qlluh XX X ..... l i gl I Il Eff..-'l Z1 53 523533 3 'Searching Ways Of The Old' lzgxq I-ZW .:-ye Qzw :-v Q5 ,.A GI E as 90 illhnusv Ilfnnthall I I IPI ,,A 9 Z I 4 Z 1 I 'N' H .... : 'LQ :ZF if-' . ,-. .. T' f... FIQ ,-4 I. - , V Z 'II - , Z A 3 '51 5 E IJ Q z -, ,,, '-4 P'-1 -1-4 I 210 Billhnumr Zllnnthall Four victories and three defeats mark the Hillhouse football season during the Fall of 1925. NVilby was beaten 13-0. Meriden was sucked under with a 7-0 score. Then the team slumped, losing to New Britain 7-3 and the following week to Hartford 14-0. The eleven recovered sufficiently to give the Roxbury seconds a 41-0 trimming. However, this spurt was short lived, for Milford Prep won the next game 16-O. In this contest "Alby" Booth, Hillhouse alumnus, winner of the Holmes Cup, and the 1924 all-state quarter-back, played against his former team mates and proved to be their nemesis by contributing 10 of the Milford's 16 points. With an average of but .500 in the six games played, Hillhouse was the decided under-dog when it stacked up against its ancient rival, Commercial, which had won four, tied one, and lost one. VV hat happened at this game will long be rememberedg Captain Russell "Swede" Larsen and his men went into this game realizing that the odds were against themg they were not fazed by this. Every man had determined to give the best that was in him. Commercial, on the other hand, knew that it was the favorite. The team was sure of victory, too sure. When the game started the business school received the surprise of its life. Hillhouse tore into Commercial, ripped its line to shreds, and on the third play of the second quarter scored a touchdown. For the next two periods, the ball see-sawed back and forth in mid-field. The sup- posedly weak Hillhouse line held like a stone wall, and the secondary defense smeared the business school's highly tooted pass attack. In the last quarter, the blue and gold staged another offensive which was cut short by the timer's whistle, ending the game. Throughout the season, Hillhouse had been hindered by hard luck. After Coach Bowen had developed a steady working combination, report cards and in- juries hit the team. The line lost an end, a tackle, and a center: the backfield, a halfback. This meant that the coaches and team had to start over again, but they were not discouraged and a team which defeated Commercial was the product of their labors. Much credit for this comeback is due to assistant coach Sheppard who took care of the line and assistant coach Coogan who was in charge of the backfield. At the close of the schedule after the Commercial game, Don Carlo was elected captain and Louis Reichle was appointed manager to succeed Russell "Swede" Larsen and Edwin Williams. The letter-men are: Captain Larsen, Captain-Elect Carlo, Manager Williams, Leischman, VVheeler, Batter, Pastore, Collins, Preller, Brennan, Dumlin, Beers, Hart, Mignone, Dewey, Haynes, Grodsky, Bohan, Malloy, O'Connor, Oppel, Rapu- ano, Kusterer, Roberts. The summary of the season: Hillhouse ....... 13 Wilby . . O Hillhouse . . . 7 Meriden .... . 0 Hillhouse . . 3 New Britain . . . . . 7 Hillhouse . . 0 Hartford Cat Hartfordj . . . 14 Hillhouse . . 41 Roxbury Seconds Cat Roxburyj . 0 Hillhouse . . 0 Milford Prep fat Milfordj . . 16 Hillhouse . . 7 Commercial ...... 0 FRI-:D TUTTLE 21 1 Glrnzm Qlnuntrg Umm I IRX um INV' kfxsnlik ..... . l11fm1'1z Imax Xln H.XIil. 'lm' Allllmlgvr I mx t luv!-2 .,........ C'm1vlz Erunia Grain I IIN H Xl I'Ii . . . . . C111-141111 NI!-imu xxx . . Qlmrlz 212 F-,Blazing Patasirzf The nw" E Eilllinnae Glrnna Glnnntrg Probably the greatest Cross Country team that Hillhouse ever had repre- sented the school in the Fall of 1925. Despite difficulty in getting their season started, the boys broke the records on two of their opponents' courses and won every secondary school meet of the season. Choate, Hartford, Suffield, and Wil- braham were defeated. ln a practice meet with Yale Freshmen, N. H. H. S. was nosed out, but they made their opponents extend themselves to the utmost, the time being one minute faster than the Yale-Harvard Freshmen meet. At the start of the season, it was doubtful whether the school would be repre- sented by a Cross Country team. Coach Rice was against it as he believed the sport was too much of a strain on a growing boy. After two or three weeks of controversy in which some of the leading track authorities of the state were asked their opinions on the subject and had made statements to the effect that Cross Country was not injurious to high school boys, the Athletic Association decided to let the sport exist another year. During this fight for existence and during the following season, Captain Casher was the life and spirit of the Cross Country team. Almost single handed, he fought to preserve the sport and he won out. After the season had started he kept his men faithfully at work. He won first place in every meet and broke the course record at Choate and Suffield. Others of the team who showed up well were Brown and Cestaro. The first meet was with Choate at NVallingford, Hillhouse won 31-16. Cap- tain Casher. Bence, Cestaro, Brown, M. Roberts, Sutta, johnson. and VVinn finish- ed in the order named before the first Choate man crossed the line. Incidentally Casher cut four minutes off the record time for the Choate course. Hartford was the next victim with a 16-41 score. The meet was run overm home course and Hillhouse had little difficulty. To end up their season, the Harriers traveled to Suffield to meet the Suffield and Wilbraham Academies in a triangular meet. Hillhouse won with 23 points. Suffield was next with 52, and Wilbraham, last with 59. In this meet the Suffield course record was lowered two minutes by Captain Casher. As a reward for their success, the A. A. voted to award the team major letters. The recipients of major letters are Captain Casher, Captain-elect Brown, Cestaro, Johnson, Reed, M. Roberts, Sutta and Manager joy. Those to receive numerals are VVinn, Lupoli, Norman, and Singer. i FRED TUTTLE 213 ' 'Searching Ways Of The Old Hi 0 4 'I 6 -.4 Vx Ui 2 QS ... . : zz m I3 ' .rs ld Q . I-0 ITD Q . za 23 cs . 5. i Yi li 25' ' f 2 A31 'vl 'Q f E 214 ,A 'lf 2.- 3 LJ LEON C. RICE Enrkvg Gfvmn lull X1 II. ...., frfffzllll rlllri Allmm 1 Surrrr Grant linux f,XXIX . inf nu lunllxlxl . . lla N . Ill! NIIIX . Cmr 11 .215 Q 'Semmng ways Of 'nw ow -5 Sfeninr Girlz' Basketball Gram 1 LTU lllxR'r14:1.l. ...... . . . . C'l1f'f411':1 X Il'TlbRI.X SIQLIUK. x . .llanugfvr Nllss Hkrrixw I . Cmzflz Girlz' illivlh Enrkrg Gram l '1"1'1x.x I-llu'.xx'1' . . . . Cufvfuizz TTY L'oxN12I.l xx . Allmzalgvr Nllss liklzlfw 1 . . . C'mn'lz 216 ijilllynuar glliimlllillg Umm IILQNRY Im, . ....... . Clrfmfrz I mm l'mcl,l.IQR , .Vclllflgjvf mlfinu' KH-1-L' l'll ......... 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Johnston lihi Sigma Snrnritg Senior Mcmbers Ruth Beebe Gladys Dimond Ethel Benton Bertha Knaut Virginia Cox Ruth Mowry Rhoda Dicks XYihna Newberg Dorothea Swartling 227 S-'Seagching Ways Of The Old '-'Q , . H f ' . . . . ' C 'W . . ' lr 'V' Q, . . .. . Alpha Erlta Sigma illratvrnitg lfrccl Tuttle Toilcl Munson Carl llartlielmcs Louis Wlliitelicacl hlzunes Mcfluir Senior Mcmlzvrs .Xnclrew Eliot liclwiu XYilliams Donald Collins .-Xlvorcl Hoyt George Hulbert Fred Reis Russell Tucker Alpha Alpha Svnrnritg Srnior Mmnbcrs Phyllis gxlllilllll .Mme Hemstock Ruth Andrew Ruth Russell Barbara Ives Mildred Zimmcimwn Amelia Hall janet Yerxa Shirley Eberth 228 ZH Blazinj Palhsfor The new" Gfhrta Sig ma Zliratrrnity Senior M embers john ,'XllZllllS Paul Cronan Russell Larson james Scully George XYeiser Henry Tomlinson joseph Meaney Harry Tomlinson Theoclore Schirmeir Charles Bissel Terrance Crowley l.eon Simmonds Kappa illllu Sigma Bvnrnritg Senior Members Genevieve Duggan Helen Duggan Marion Goode Margaret Cox Irene Sullivan Margaret Maher Virginia Daley 229 Rita O'Brien Ruth Craddock Mary McLoughlin Mary Cohane Elizabeth Cohane Dorothy Fidler Dorothy Anketell Searching Ways Of The Old 'Q K e .fu Mamma Evita Mai Eilratrrnitg Fred Fay James Visel liclwarcl Curley Herbert Kusterer Morris Dewey Chauncey Reed Iiclwarcl Pastore 3.5 Dorothy Andrew Ruth Bowman Bettina Bryant Ruth Hartell Senior Members Senior Members Eleanor Tower 230 john Harte Stuart Sliney John Dunn Fred Preller .Xngust Heinzel Francis Mahoney John XYater1nan . -- Snrnriig Mary Hulse Yirginia North Evelyn Price Edna Raffile I V ' -"5 Ar' --7' " '-lf" T ' 'W 5-gyB1azing Paihs Far ,nw mv' L . .. i N I., in - L , i . . -'sive' 5 ' ' . in , mf' e K 1 ' Q, ' B +21 fi? Nil ' ' gig -:ff M 1, , ,, ., . X v ., J . ' Q4 lihi Evra 1Hhi illratrrnitg Senior Members Harry Cohen Charles Cahn Simon Koletsky Joseph Levine Louis Rapoport Lester Isenberg Irving Vlilson Irving Levine A Benjamin Perlman QQ, 'f I 'L :Eg ,.,, 1? i f E 3 -1 iii Epailnh Snrnritg Senior Members Irene Dalton Mildred Leshine Dorothy Fox Leanor Lipsher Rosalind Greenberg Virginia Mailhouse Helen Hertz Gertrude Mandell Adele Marqusee Farullhx' --ldzisrr, Miss Mary G. Moody 231 3 'seafaring ways Of 'nw ow- A A5 . -e t. -l i k , i L AY ' , E J llNI ' Z Eg il' l 'Epailnn Nu Sigma Svnrnritg Marie Carlson Helen Curran Helen Brown Dorothy Fahy Marion lleskin Mary Stetson limily Brest Senior Mc'mbf'rs . .Y ll, AN .VK Charlotte Andrews Yirginia lilannigan Marion XYagner Arla Nlartinson Alice Laden Bernice Fielzls Yirginia Culver Epsilon illamhha Hhi Illratrrnitg l .awrence Caplan Abraham Silverman Senior Members Benjamin Richman Louis Xassau Lawrence Bowers -lose-ph Barnett Lester Hershman Morton .-Xclelman Edward Ritch Hlpi Sigma Phi Sfnrnritg Senior Members Pauline Tropp Pauline Smernoff Edna Hershman Frances Mendel Vivian joseph Freda Markle 232 --Blazing Paxhsraf The nw' I . 1 ' Y .arf 0. VA!! 'Q. ,4F!!A Q Xia at 'Q 6' -. gf - A . Brita Rho Sigma Zllratrrnitg Senior Members Harry Samenow 'Hymen Dunn Abraham Raisen Charles Goldstein joseph X. Bcrnlvlum 16,39 Jw 43: A FV J 4" 5'x'5K HAI . Qbmega Brita Zllratrrnitg Senior Members James Ruttenberg Murray Gillette Robert Levine Faculty .'IdT'I'St'l', Mr. H. H. Kaufman, I.. I.. B. -253 Autngraphn 1-Wnfw N, , Yff, , WWW - iQ,0,4, , ' Ssujfbq A,., ,Q+,,,- , U ' .C1,.-..q.l'ALnfs!es.Q.l-l.ai.n.-n.eaQ-----M,, ff L3 MM n I CPQYA 5 M , E ' 4 , zQl,,m :l,7Zifg f46Af , ,Q V12 - z62f54!Q- f!Zci'4-, 4" Af X, . Qfffg Allfif, A A- C'-A Mudvv ,W W fe- A A , 'N ' A . n . , G lfxhf ' l 4' - , w,,,, fin- A I .-.v wW,, T r W . 1 A If .4Aff4 4 4 44,--vwn, ,,Y, , W , Yin 'E '.,....4-. W J w k '1LS.ij. f f, . . 1 ,, , ,fn Z, LMS. 1 1, - ., fx. A l- A f,7,, ,fllzf-41 L' Q P WELCOME 1926 'L 2 B H f A g ,L ,Z ' -Ov LINCOLN f PREPARATQRY1 SCHGDL The Lincoln Preparatory 'School opens its doors to you and invites you to take advantage of its facilities as former graduating classes have done before you. We have helped many complete their College Entrance Require- ments. We can help YOU. To enter College this September Enroll in our Summer Session and receive the best preparation for the September College Entrance Examinations. 'Io enter College in September, 1927 of-'.,.e,-,.. X ' 'A Remember that you have only two trials at College Examina- tions-September, 1926, and June, 1927. You will insure success only by passing off as many examinations as possible this Sep- tember. Do not throw away this opportunity. Enroll now in our Summer School. Summer Sessions Opens July 5. Fall Session Opens October 1. The Lincoln Preparatory School 98 COLLEGE ST., opposite Hotel Taft Liberty 1452 Coeducational f.- nfef'f"s 4 i Nm, 5 if 351 ig? 21 f .ve YW H ' .zfflwlx ,rygxzn .ss 2.2 N' " if f 'V XX 1 ,111 N-,':3,-,.+,93-, V fl.: W .f- as ,.:.5-54.1113 Q 'rjf . .,.- , ,:.,..:.,':.g'F,.v: 5 L ey '-.figxigj '54 ay ,L il, i"4-tj 2 . I, Y 59 'f ' fl: I A fs 9 Correct Wedding Dress Orange Blossom rings are as much a part ot correct dress as the wedding gown itself. Among the many different styles of Traub Genuine Orange Blossom rings are several exquisitely jeweled creations that will add the last touch of distinction to the summer cere- mony. Particularly striking are the two rings shown above-a full jeweled Orange Blossom wedding ring, and a beautifully jeweled engagement mounting to match. Ask to see the Traub trade mark firstg it identifies your rings in fashion, quality and value. S. H. KIRBY 82 SONS, Inc. 972 Chapel Street TRAUB Genuine Q,.Q2snrei?rl2.fs,,'z' ful: 'link YVC recom in end School euablished the follo wing ' ' I in 1864 courses for either male or female --- graduates uf the New lclaven lligh Over 25900 gg-111,01 : Graduates Junior Secretarial, -- Senior Secretarial, only Sfhuul in Commercial Umnecticut 'flint Teachers' Training Z1 wa 1' cl s CUUYSC, Degrees for Junior Accounting, Accounting, Secretarial and Senior Commercial Accounting, l Teacher Courses Shorthand and l 7 vii Typewritingf NATHAN since: sToNe, L.L.e. 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