Newport High School - Live Wire Yearbook (Newport, ME)

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I ZOO QBZICC Oly SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Mr Phllllp Woodworth FACULTY Mr Joseph Qhaplln Prmclpal Mathematlcs Agrlculture Mr Frank N Eaton Jr Economxcs Sclences Mlss Laura Pratt English Hxstory Clvlcs Mlss Verna Dlggles Latm French Anclent Hlstory Mlss Julla S Woods Commerclal Department Mlss Ruth Todd Home Economlcs Miss Gertrude Thorne MUSIC SCHOOL BOARD 'Vlr Lewls Harrls Mrs Gladys Txtcomb CLASS OFFICERS SENIoRs Pres Pres Una Mooers ec and Treas JUNIORS Leslle Murray Gerald Mxtton Roland Stuart Jr Carlton Brackett Pres Pres Dorlce Frxend ec and Treas SOPHOMORES Edward Weed Elwood Parent V Pres Pres Freda Beek ec and Treas FRESHMEN Charles Tltcomb Margaret Soper Barbara Bean ec Catherlne Sanborn Pres Pres Treas ENLLISH CLUB Pres Pres Madellne Banton ec and Treas N CLUB Gerald Mltton Eleanor McKenney V Pres Pres Sec Treas Ancll Pennell Paullne Adams V Janet Barbour Edna Wllson FUTURE FARM ERS CLUB Hadley Rowe Dale Ordway V Charles Tltcomb Carl Sawyer Pres Pres ec Treas DEBATE CLUB Janet Barbour Hartley Banton V Gerald Mltton Pres Pres ec ORCHESTRA Charles Gould Busmess Manager Hartley Banton Ass t Business Manager Beulah LEWIS Nellle Lewls G1RLs Vlllora Knowles Freda Beek Catherine Savage Maurlne Davls BOOSTER Eleanor McKenney Edna Wllson f Janet Barbour S Charles Gould 4 Hartley Banton 5 Madehne Banton Q Freda Beek Charles Tltcomb Catherme Sanborn Y Llbrarlan Treas GLEE CLUB Pres V Pres ec Treas BOARD Edltor ln Chlef Semor Editors J umor Edltors Sophomore Edltors Freshman Edltors ORCHESTRA MEMBERS Vlolms Almer Davis Mabel Could Nellie Lewls Beulah LEWIS Everett Merrlll Ruby Ferry Charlotte Colby June Tedesco Catherlne Savage Edna WIISOH Cello Janet Barbour Trombone Charles Gould Plano Vlncent Qmlth Clarmets Hartley Banton Mlttle Downs Eleanor McKenney Trumpets Merrill Carter Charles Pray Madellne Banton 2 cj 1 E ' '1' ' ' s f . ' . .. ' ' S 5 ' ' s I ' Mr. Sidney Merrill - h- - - - V, 1 - . S . . S X I . I . ' v. I . ' ' S . . , , s . ' J ' '. . V. I ' S . ' s . ' f ' Mlss GERTRUDE THORNE Qec walzon To our Music Supervlsor Mlss Gertrude Thorne we the students of Newport Hugh School respectfully dedlcate thls ISSUE of the LIVE Wlre ln appreclatlon of her servlces glven durmg her three years as a member of our faculty y y x 1 . . . H . . H. . . ZV8 LV9 Q OCLI U78 L VOL S NEWPORT MAINE MAY 1936 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL U N01 gf-r -0- -Orwiffuf-of-offofwofwof-ofwv + -orwof-orfr wfw- + + + + -335,1 N f 'I' 'Ofilfi?'T'i Edltor xn Chlef Llterary Edxtor Jokes S I Athletlcs Glrls Boys Janet Barbour Gerald Mltton Lena Cookson Margaret Soper Paullne Fraser Hartley Banton Exchanges News Alumm Busmess Manager Asslstant Edward Weed Mary Dresser s Vlncent Smlth Lyndon Small Leslle Murray Homer Woodward fy O 4 fi . f . '18 of: f Q f 1 I' 7 TH RW,LAND T' EWPORY- E ..,, . , , ini. P. In , 11 ,f I Q, . K X ff. ll - -a - u 736 7 . - ' Y36 ,36 . . . '39 1 , , , . ,37 . . L zfol za S lmprovmg Our Assemblles Schoolmates How many of you eagerly awalt assembly morn1ngs'? On the other hand how many of you slgh and declare wlth a great show of fortltude that you ll survive the ordeal somehow? Many of us have a rather stale llst of excuses whlch we gllbly reel off when a member of the assembly pro gram commlttee approaches us with that hopeless hangdog expresslon that 1d6Dtlfl6S all commlttee members S0m8tlm8S we feel a lukewarm flash of class Splrlt and we agree to take part on the program Perhaps there IS a movle that mght a book we want to fimsh the next nlght and we come to assembly wlth a hastlly compiled grandfather laughed at when he was a boy Is thls the rlght Splrlt the Splrlt whlch makes for entertalnlng as well as educatlonal assemblies? No' Of course not' We should first of all take an Interest ln all our as semblles and It should become a pleasure not a duty to partlclpate ln these programs and to take an active part ln the commlttees Letssearch magazines books and student themes for fresh lnterestmg new materlal that will lnterf-st our fel low students Let's dlscover new talents and develop them vla the as sembly route along wlth class prlde ln such presentatlons If we all coop erate IH thls there wlll be no more dread of Wednesday mornlngs Here IS our pledge to the progect won t you Jom lt too? After Hlgh School What7 When one enters hlgh school he very seldom thmks what ne w1ll do after he gets out of hlgh school Would lt not be well for everyone to choose hls course of study in relatlon to the vo catlon he wlshes to take up? Take for instance the average boy of about fourteen years who takes the commer clal course because hls best pal IS tak mg It The senlor year comes and he wants to know lf he has credlts ln college He finds out too late that a doctor must have Latln chemlstry and other studles that come under the college or general courses Because of lack of lnformatlon he IS unable to pursue the vocatlon that he would really llke best Many are the ITllSfltSlf1 the world today Many are caused by the lack of knowledge as ln the example we have Just Clted Others are caused by lack of lnterest or by the influence of frlends or parents A father may have a profitable busmess ln which he wlshes hls son to enter The son IS mechanical mlnded and nelther the personallty for the buslness or the , , . . , , I - - , I r . . , 9 , lvl . , . I I , . Y V 1 , . . . - list of moldy jokes or stories that enough to entera pre-medical course , 1 ' s . . , . , . ' Y I . . . , , , . . . lv 1 - Y ! NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL mterest yet because of the fathers wlsh he takes up buslness Thls young fellow may be a true mlsnt Students thlnk about your future' Are you Wllllflg' to dlg dltches fora l1v1ng or do you want to prepare yourself for somethlng better? Now IS the tlme to thlnk and choose Say to yourselves after I get through hlgh school what doI want to do most? Plck your vocatlon accordlngly Clf1ZCHSh1p The senlors have been debatmg whether or not to contlnue the old to the school or to make lndlvldual awards on the basls of scholarshlp sportsmanshlp cltlzenshlp outstand mg members of all teams etc The first questxon whlch comes up IS What thlngs shall enter lnto the b3SlS for rnaklng of these awards? Cltlzenshlp we belleve is the one that covers the greatest number of thlngs to be taken lnto conslderatlon ln maklng the award What IS a good cltlzen of the school anyway? Is he the person who IS always findmg fault and who figures that the world IS wrong and he IS rlght or does he make the best of thmgs as they are? A good school cltlzen IS one who ISH t afrald of work He lS Wllllllg to do h1s part ln the outslde actlvles whlch are necessary to put the school on the map He lS one who sees somethlng ln school besldes the fun of annoylng teachers or the funny Slde of every httle petty thmg that occurs He realmes that schools are to benefit the students not Just a system to gxve teachers a Job The person wlth the mtelllgent mlnd IS one who reallzes what the future IS golng to be llke and prepares hlmself for the occasion You can always tell the person who IS dolng thls by the lnterest he takes ln school and the way he conducts hlm self Is the person a good cltlzen who especlally whlle wearlng the school symbol goes to a dance or some other school functlon and falls to con duct hlmself properly? You all know the answer to thls questlon as the school IS judged largely by the con duct of students whlle outslde of school If one follows 1n the tracks of some student who has carrled out the thmgs mentloned ln thls edltorlal he wlll be ellglble ln the mlnds of the other stu dents for thls award known as cltlzen shlp --:Qn:- -r I 5 1 1- . , . , . ! ' V ' I custom of making one large class gift - - 9 1 ' ' ' - ! ' 9 -... J L wi X I C1915 c lQ36 Zvzvfmzf fl Cjtiwo! T'?"'l' 'I' 'l'ilfilfil"'l'ilf'l""l' 'lfil""lf"V"Y"Q' 'lfilfilf'Q' TWU' ?'i'Q' '7"T"i'i Paulme June Adams Polly Commerclal Course Class W1ll Basketballl 2 3 4 Manager3 Captaln 4 U ofM Play day3 N Club3 4 Vlce presldent 4 Senlor Play 4 Glee Clubl 2 Operettal Gradua tlon Chorus 1 McCall Dressmaklng Contest 1 Typlng bertlhcate 4 Here s to Polly of the golden curls A true pal to all of the glrls And we won t mentlon the boys of the town Cause she s Just Interested 1n Colby and Brown We wish you the best of luck wlth your Art In the years to come Polly Mary Chase Mary Commerclal Course Glee Club Typmg Certlficate 'Vlary IS the bashful lass ln our class She IS known to blush every time the opposlte sex speaks to her She lntends to be a farmer fWe wonder why", e wlll be a success ln Whatever she undertakes to do Best of luck to you ln the future Y Dale Vernon Ordway Cream Puff General Course Senlor Play Basketball 4 N Club 4 Dale s the woman hater of our class He runs the moment he sees a lass Although he s been wlth us only a year He s made many frxends both far and near So now that our school days are nearly through We WlSh you luck ln whatever you do ,I f L 7 f f l . 1 ' X. wr , 4 Q j z - u rv l X .I . v vnu' 1 . ,ax ax ' ' r - - ' v 1 r v v n y 1 ' r ' v , .. 1 1 1 , . 1 yu r - - ' ' ' u U' , . u H , . 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' v 1 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL N 'NDN' June Harrls Jume Commerclal Course Presentatlon of Glfts Engllsh Club 1 4 Glee Club 2 Treasurer 2 Operetta 1 June s always there Always ready to ald She ll surely be successful And for her work well pald George Leslxe Murray Babe General Course Glft to School Class Vice pres1dent3 Pres1dent4 Baseball 1 2 3 Track 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captam 3 Co captaln 4 Natlonal Athletic Scholarshlp Soclety 2 3 4 Debatlng 4 Senlor Play 3 4 Carnival Play 3 Operetta l Junlor Exhlbltlon U of M Speakmg Con test 3 Busmess Manager Live Wlre 3 4 N Club 3 4 Presldent 3 Babe IS the athlete of our class And as an orator he ll always pass We are not sure of hls ambltlons But know that he d make a polltlclan Hilda Klmball Klm Commerclal Course Basketball 1 N Club3 4 Klm IS one of the quiet glrls of our class She wanted to be a nurse but changed her mlnd lor some one dld for herj and took Home Economxcs lnstead In whatever you do after you leave school We wlsh you the best of luck Florence L Sllpp Flossle Commercial Course Address to Undergraduates Class Treasurer and Secretary 2 Engllsh Club l 2 3 4 Debatlng Alter nate 4, Llve Wlre 3 Carmval Play 4 Gorgas Essay Contest 3, "L1ttle Women" Contest 2, League of NBLIODS Contest 3, F1Sh and Game Essay Contest 4 Here's to Florence our studlous lass, From Plymouth Rldge she comes She's the poetess of the class, And a true frlend to everyone ,- 'V' I A 1 1- ' .i f f jg V y 1 2, 3, 3 :. "F r u - A ' ' in ' , ' . Q R, 1:,1.1. - Q, -. 'S , . were 1 - Qfi' 4 ' ll Y! v ' s r l 7 1 Y I ! Y D l I - 7 l I 7 7 I Y Y V 7 ' ' - , ' u ' ' rr , u n 7 I Y , . - 4 A 1 r ' , , , 7 , . . . ' ' I I ' 7 Y , 1. H 1 Y ' ll ' YY ' ' ' I Q . ' 6 L ' ! 7 7 1 1 9 1 v ' , 4 1 ' ' x 1 , ' , , y THE LIVE WIRE Wayne Waterman Wmme General Course Senlor Play Well Wmnle your wlnmng smlle and cheerful ness IS golng to be mlssed at old N H S I guess you wlll soon be smgmg I d Rather Lead a Band Here s luck to you ln whatever you undertake lh years to come Edna Wllson Commercial Course Class Wlll Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captam 3 Manager 4 U of M Play day 3 N Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Senior Play Glee Club 2 3 Operettal Booster 4 Student Council 2 Whenever Lord Byron s poems we read Edna w1ll always slt up and take heed Next year We ll mlss thls danclng lass She s rated as tops by all the class Mlttle S Downs Mlttle General Course Salutatory Engllsh Club 3 4 N Club 4 Debat mg 4 Gorgas Essay Contest 3 Orchestra 3 4 M1tt1e s one of the Plymouth lassles She s laughlng she s smart and she s gay What time she can spare from her classes She s wrtxng to frlends far away And we fear as time onward passes That a Ford wlll claim her some day Anme Taylor Anne General Course Class Prophecy Engllsh Club Z 3 4 Wlnter Carnl val Play 4 Junior Exhlbltlon Flsh and Game Essay Contest 4 He fell for her smlle or her cheerfulness I m sure we don t know whlch But we envy her for her pretty halr And her way of gettmg Rich at I g I 1- u ' ' 11 . 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K A . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Janet Barbour J anle College Course Class Essay Vlce presldent Class 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Girls Cup Winter Carnlval 3 Carnival Play 4 N Club3 4 Vice presldent 3 Secretary 4 Operetta 1 Junior Exhlbltlon U of M Speakmg Contest 3 Debatmg 4 Presldent of Debatlng Club 4 Enghsh 1 2 3 4 Allce ln Wonderland Contest 2 Co wmner Mary Emery Prlze 3 Llve Wlre 1 2 3 4 Editor ln Ch1ef4 Booster 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Janet s the mUSlC13D of our class A peppy busy and spry little lass And as to Cary who goes to Marne Mary Anne Rolllns Rollle General Course Class Glfts Class Treasurer 3 Senlor Play 4 Junlor Exhlbltlon Engllsh Club 2 3 4 Here s to Mary the smlllng lass The best natured of our class We hope when she goes to dances She ll find some one that she fancies That she ll never lose that cheerful Smlle That will surely be wlth her all the whlle Ancxl Pennell Nlck Commercial Course Baseball 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Co captaln 4 N Club 3 4 Presldent 4 Student Councll 1 Mana ger Semor Play Junlor Exhlbltlon Glee Club You Pennell have been our tallest Steady and actlve m sports as well We hope that your next years at Commerce Are a blgger success than you can tell You ve been four years at N H S Your behavlor has been somewhat taunted So whatever you do for the next fifty years Keep those smlles of yours they re wanted Gertrude Emerson Peggy Commerclal Course Certlficate Typlng 4 Mlss Peggy a good natured lass Is the qulet member of our class When away from her you ve been a while Her greeting IS ever a frlendly smile l 9 l 4' ll ' Y, 1 ' - ' , : , , 1' ' ' , ' , ll Y! , , , 1 , ' - 1 I I - - Z . 1 1 , ll ' ' Il , ' I 7 ! Y - ' ,ll ' ' 71 I ' ' Y 1 I I I - - ' , u H , 9 7 i Y 7 ' , .. 7 ll YY ' , , P I We wish her the best of luck and fame. ' K1 ' 77 ' 2 9 ' 1 ' S y , - , .. Y I Y 'v . Y , . ' ll ' !Y J l 1 1 1 1 ' . Q L6 7? ' . ' . - I Y Y Y I S - 1 Y 1 7 Y , 1 , , , . H , 1 ' 1 , . , THE LIVE WIRE Evelyn Pond Molly General Course Basketball l 2 4 Qarnlval Sklt 4 N Club 3 4 Student Counclll Operetta I Graduatlon Chorus 1 1 lee Club Z Evelyn better known as Molly Prom Detrolt Malne does hall Max has been her foremost folly That explalns her deslre for mall We wlsh the best o luck to you Evelyn 1 whatever you undertake JSSSIG Beatrlce Jones J General Course Engllsh Club 3 Jes le s the glrl who recently confessed That boys tall and dark sulted her best And when we mentloned the boys around town Jessle stopped and she seemed to frown But serlously tho she s been here Just two years She s galned many a frlend of double Decker tlers Always Smlllng and ready for fun We wlsh her luck ln the years to come Gerald L Mltton Mltt0D General Course 4 Presldent 4 N Club 3 4 Baseball 3 Debatlng 4 becretary of Debatlng Club 4 LIVE Wlre 4 Wlnter Larnlval Play 4 League of Natlons Contest 3 Flsh and Game Contest 4 Mltton IS the most ambltlous boy of our class The glrls don t bother hlm he takes to hard studv lnstead But there ll come a day' Just keep up your good work and success IS sure to find you We are all WlSIl1Ilg you the best of luck Lena May Cookson Lenn Commerclal Course Valedlttorlan Engllsh Club PFIZ6 1 English Club 1 2 3 4 Junlor Exhlbltlon Llve Wlre 4 Carnlval Queen Play 4 Here s a student wlth a brllllant mlnd Who almost never falls behlnd In public speaklng studles dramatlcs She s seldom gullty of any antlcs 4 I 10 1 1- ll 17 - . Y ' ' , ll YY . 1 Y 7 Y 1 3 J' I . . ' Q 7 y 1 1 , , I 1 . , I . . . Y Y ' 1 . , v ,.n ' ' I4 PI Q. , . ' 1 1 , . , , . I Y 1 y ' ' u U ' , 7 , 1 ' ll ' 77 Orationg Vice-president Class 4g English Club 1, 2, 3, . ' Z U H , Z S . 1 w ' , u ' ' n , ' . , I ! v , . Cl if .h . 5 . . 9 . ' A ' . . . . 1 U . . ,, I . V 1 Y I ! , . , . . . . . . y . , . ' , . . NEW PORT HIGH SCHOOL Fleanor McKe-nney Lommerual C ourse L law Hlstorv Orthebtra 3 4 Operetta 1 JLIINOI' Igxhlbltlon W lnter C arn1x al Z theer I eader 4 Boobter 3 -1 l'd1tor ln Lhlef 1 Llass ieeretary and Treasurer 1 I' ng,h5h Llub 1 2 3 4 Vlte presldent 4 'N Club 3 4 I' leanor hae prox en her suteese of four yeara IH hugh Qahool by ghralluatlnt, Wltll honors She IH the hlsta rlan future Una Moons Una I eneral Courae Basketballl Pngllkh Club 9 4 lunlor Pxhlbxtlon Semor Play 3 4 U of M Speakmg QonteXt3 Claes Secretary 3 benretary and '1reasurer4 IN Llub3 4 Setretary 3 barnlval Queen3 Wxnter Carmval Slut 4 Behlnd this pleasing smlle IS bottled up a lot of vlm and vlgor bhe IS the chlef aetress of our glass and does xery xx ell in this lme The boys never Wayne ln their attention to her Best of luck Una ln what ex er you do Myrtle May Xlllhltmg Pete Lomrnerclal C ourse Class Prophesy Engllsh Club 4 'Vlyrtle IS a good old scout Even tarrylng an honor out We will leave for the xx orld to see VN hat her next blg part wlll be 4. 'F l 11 l W J ' "El" , ,- 1 , , 1 ,H I . ' Q, , , A , , , , t, ' : 3 T" ' , . '- - ' : ,, V, . . I h. v -nys-L v n K ' 'y- A. , . , , .I A , L, , of our class and we wish her as much success in the 1 . lx f K u , ' ' W Q , ' wv ' ' ' . ' . 4 S ..., , 1 J. . . -, , . . . . , . , . . h ,L . n X x 3 .1 1-, . Y , C 1 1 ' ' x ': ' ' ' , ' . x J . Y Y, v - Y ' ' tl 77 . x - 7 x , 3 - l L i ' 1 v 7 , . . zfcz CII y TRAGEDY C-HE brlght red sun burned ltS way over the treetops dlsclos mg a scene of sleeping peace fulness Row on row of st1ll white tents were to be seen At last from one of them came a young man wlth a bugle The rat a tat tat acted as magic for flve minutes afterwards about one hundred of the young m1l1 tlamen stood ready for lnspectlon The officers passed l1ne after line of the boys commentlng here and there One of them stopped 1n front of Tom Phlllps Phlllps Yes Sir Sew a button on your coat And the officer moved on Phlllps stood ln the same position the sober GXDPGSSIOH of his face unchanglng Phlllps was known to the others as Sobersldes Not that he was sul len but lets go back to his earller 1 e Old Tom Philips and hls Wlfe llved small town namely Westbrook Their house was surprlslngly like the SIX others on that street Old Tom was a drlnklng man One day hlS mother tlred or fighting passed away leavlng thirteen year old Tom He lmmedlately ran away and Joining dlfferent organlzatlons finally Jolnlng the mllltla where he had been for the past three years Now let s come back to the present tlme Tom IS twenty three now Now fellows barked an officer I have an lmportant asslgnment for you Theres a mlll strlke on ln Westbrook and the mob IS trylng to burn the mill Company 149 will be ln charge You are all under strlct orders to shoot the minute anyone crosses the fence surroundlng the m1 Two hours later Philips had his company stationed around the mill The strlkers were bO0lUg and occa slonally throwlng bricks and stones Philips standing near the back of the mill heard a shout through the dark ness and then a thlck VOICE crying Come on men let s get the yellow won t work any more Come on Phlllps tightly holdlng hls gun rushed to the front where the greater part of the mob was Stay back you he yelled to the man who stood swaying on the oppo slte side of the fence We have orders to shoot lf you step foot over that fence Aw dry up the leader mumbled It was evldent that he was drunk Standing with hls back to the mill he yelled Come on you lets get at em As he swung hls leg over the fence two rlfles barked wlth Just a second ln between Philips being the first to shoot 9 U . . I6 ' M - . ' . 1 s 9 4 - -4 - - . . - , I u I l , . . I - - - , . , . ' '- u ' , . . . , U l . . , - , . I . . , . -4 - - rs . . , - if ' 77 1 . f Q ' , as 77 H , I Q 7 "YES, Sli'-U devils in there and the mill too. They 7 ,Y , . , . . . V . . . , H ' 77 - H H. ' 1 9 i 7 ' ' n l'f . ' ' , " in a , . J' , . . . H H ' ! . 9 ' ' " ' H 7 ' . . ' 1 1 r - - 7 77 9 ' 5 v 1 , l NEVS PORT HIGH SCHOOL The campfires warmed a very happy group that mght oompany 149 had succeeded IH holdlng the mob off untll Company 152 took charge Phxllps was feellng badly about shootmg the man whom hls comrades had taken to the hospxtal Joe who had also shot sald course we dldn t k1ll hlm It was too dark to see of course but I know I shot low Come on let s go up near er the fire and Slhg The a1r was rlngmg wlth the vol umes of song A rookle plowed hls way through the rows of boys and finally stopped 1n the center Hey keep stxll he yelled After about five mlnutes he suc ceeded ln quletmg them The boys especlally one were stunned by the followlng announcement The man shot at the mxll thls mormng dled an hour ago at the Saint Joseph s hospltal Hls son IS wanted there rlght away Who IS the son? Asked Tom and Joe ln unlson The rookle hesltated a moment and sald Tom Phlllps P Adams 36 INTOXICATION N a rough road leadlng well ln 4 to the woods a small unkept farmhouse sat The blmds hung by thelr hlnges and the shed leaned uncertalnly to one slde Joe Brown llved here a rough large ne er do well who made hls l1v1ng by mak lng wlnes and beers whlch were well known for thelr good quahty A small flock of hens and a cow were all that he and h1S wlfe had to llve on durmg the wlnter Joe got qulte a lot of money ln the summer when the roads were good and people could come and buy hls drlnks It was late fall and Joe had Just pressed a new supply of grape WIDE and set lt away to age and mellow un tll summer Usually he gave the pulp to the plg but thls year there was no plg so he thoughtlessly dumped the fermented pulp mto the back yard and gave It no further thought of the hens When evenlng came she went to feed them and was very upset to find them lymg scattered all over the farm Joe Brown declded It to be an epldemlc He and hls Wlfe gathered them and plcked all the feathers from them to be used for pll ows I ll bury them tomorrow Joe sald as he dumped them lnto the yard The next mornlng Miranda came ID screamlng Oh the hens have come to l1fe' and sure enough all the hens were huddled lnto one plle trylng to keep warm wlthout a feather on them Joe had lntoxlcated hls own hens That wlnter the henhouse was well equlpped wlth a stove and the unfort unate hens had to be kept warm all wlnter J LSWIS 38 -+ I 13 1 1- . , - - fy I . .,. 4 ! , , ' , "Of ' . , . . , , . . i 7 - . ' 1 ' Y! . if ' Q, . , . 9 Y ' , ' - ' Miranda, his wife, had all the care I y ' I 7 44 ' - , I . I Q ' 1 o 1 ' 77 ' ' if ' 77 . - as - ' 77 ' 1 ' . N . . . . ' li ' ,y ! I I , - . . . , THE LIVE WIRE WILL ROGERS MAN Whom the whole world wlll always remember IS Wlll Rogers Rogers was born on November 4 1879 IH Ologah Indlan Territory I-Ils mother was Mary Schrlmpshere Rogers and hls father was Clem Van Rogers Rogers was well known as The Cherokee Indlan cow hand from Ologah As he was equlpped wlth only a mlnor grade school educatlon he was unable to spell and lacked the ablllty to turn outa paragaaph that would pass the Engllsh teachers And yet he was one of Amerlca s hlghest pald authors He falrly grew up on a horse At fourteen he won a rldlng contest IH a home talent Wlld west show And at seventeen he was earnmg hls own llv 1ng He declded to settle down at twenty three So he returned to Ologah Here he met Betty Blake who later became Mrs Wlll Rogers Not long afterwards he entered the movles In hls early best days asa cow puncher he made about twenty five dollars a month Wlth a volce utterly untralned and untramed Eng llsh he was a star who recelved as much as one thousand dollars a mlnute for a twelve mlnute talk Hls average mcome for the last three or four years was more than one thousand five hun dred dollars a day Mrs Rogers was always a great help to Wlll bhe always traveled Wlth hlm when pOSSlble They had three chlldren W1llJr Mary and Jxmmy Rogers first b1g hlt was called They Had to See Parls After that he made So Thls IS London Llghtmn A Connectlcut Yankee Young as You Feel Buslness and Pleasure Ambassador Blll Down to Earth Too Busy to Work D Bu state Falr Mr Skltch Davld Harum Handy Andy Judge Prlest The County Chalr man and In Old Kentucky whlch was hls last one Rogers always llked to fly He flew many tlmes wlth Wlley Post And one day there came that last fatal fllght In speaklng of his plans to fly wlth Wlley Post who was golng to Alaska and on to Slberla Wlll Rogers grlnned IH the way mllllons loved and sald Alaska w1ll be the end of the Journey for me And then a few davs later on August 15 1935 the news flashed all over the world that Wlll Rogers and Wlley Post had crashed and were both kllled at Polnt Barrows Some people have trled to take hlS place but there w1ll never be another Will Rogers Ida Dwelley 69 WANDERLUST AOMEWHERE ln my not too 1 dlstant ancestry runs the tang of gypsy blood Tne strum of gultars across a waverlng campfire never falls to thrlll me as I sway wlth the tempo of the muslc Always lt has been so and always It wlll remaln the same I am a tramp a vagrant a professlonal hobo lf you w1sh I have been endowed Wlth all of these epl thets from tlme to tlme -r L 14 1 1- ii ' ' C6 ' 1 U 79 as ' 9 77 ' 77 55 9 Y ' ' ' lb ll 4 , , r. 117, 45" '57 if ' 77 ' Y I ' Y ' ' 66 ' if 1 .9 7 1 Y ' ' ll ' Q7 CL ' . , ' - ' n li 77 , ' Y U ' ' . , . l Y Y ' 5 ' 7 - ' 77 o 9 I 9 . - u 0 , . . . - , . . . , . . , . ., v , ' 7 U , . . . . . ' 9 Y 65 ' ,Y ' ' NEW PORT HIGH SCHOOL Tonight my pulse throbs to the Wlld Spanish muslc of Juan s mandolin The R10 fiovls IU the near dlstance and beyond It lles that romantlc land of dreams Mexico Overhead the stars of the Lone Star State gleam Ill thelr WhlC8 splendor and ln the mldst of all thlS natural magnificence my fray ed clothlng seems not to matter nor does the fact that IH my pocket reposes one lonely peso A fellow herdsman makes a sleepv lnqulry ln low mellow tones a good natured dlg of the dreamy eyed young Texan beslde hlm Chlqulta she Walt across rlver no? You llke Chlqulta much Hah' You no fool Jose The herded cattle are qulet save for occaslonal lowlng or cllcklng of horns Juan S mandolln falls from hls hand the danclng flames Softly across the cool pralrle drltts the com boy s long low whlstle and the DldlIIt1V8 lay of the rangelands And some day I ll be called to that roundup Where that wonderful plcture I ll see But each nlght as I Walt by the camp re The range IS heaven to me " The cool breeze sweeps ln from the plaln and filckers the campfire now dylng to a bed of glovxlng embers Juan startlng from hls drou sy con templatlons yawns p1CkS up his man dolln and strldes off IHtO the darkness leavlng me alone From afar comes the Wall of a coyote lonely and welrd It IS answered by another howl from a nelghborlng hIllOCk The splrlt of the western nlght IS embodied ln the wall of the coyote It has a strange uncanny fasclnatlon about lt and wnoex er has once heard lt vslll return agaln md agaln How true thls half remembered statement IS As I recall the he lt of the Sahara the cold emptlness of the Yukon the It'StfLllUQSS of sunny Italy or the dashing romance ot Spaln for I have known all tnese I gaze around me at the sleepy RIO the boundless plaln ever dlpplng to meet the horlzon and at the whlte stars overhead Truly thIS IS the ansvser to a Wanderers ldeals At last I am content Lena Cookson 36 SPORTSMANSHIP IU you ever stop to thlnk that school IS lust a game to better the thlnklm, power ot the aln' Well that IS all t l r you a good sport ln pl ly H12 th1S game? Are you worklng as hard as you would ln a game of basketball for instance? Let us take for an example just one school day and see what the game IS llke We come lnto the bU1ld1IlgII1 the mornlng and get acqualnted Wlth the atmosphere that we are to play our game IH Soon the game starts and we should be ready for anythlng that comes our wax Say we have a chance to study the first thlng ln the mornlng We should use that chance to better ourselves ln one of the games we wlll have to play later on ln the day If we do thls as we should we vxlll come out VICKOYIOUS ln the end If you get beaten IH the first game -L I 15 1 1- .Q . , . I . I '. . ' ' 9 . . . . I '. ,, . H C . . I n . , , . L . . . ' . . A 1 1 . k -.I ' , ' ' V y . s s , - ' I - . I ' y . . . , Y M- u . S x D . - n . .L ' Y I , V ' Y 71 Y , . Y . I K. as he gazes into the fire, fascinated by , . 1 A- . ' 9- . D T . Y .. br" '. , ' ' ' i 's. A e so 1 I ' L 21 I ' 7 . 2 7 ' , . 7 D . ' , . , . 1 1 ' , t . . 1 ' I , u , , Y ' , THE LIVE WIRE that should glve us all the more reason to wm the second when lt comes along Don t be satlsfied wlth wmnlng Just three games but try to w1n all the games you enter When you have ac compllshed thls once do not be satls fied' Try to do lt agam and agam Soon you w1ll be able to do lt all the tlme Do not stop trylng untll you can wln the game all the tlme If thlngs do not go Just right ln one of the games the teacher may have to have you stay after school because you were not prepared to play the game If thls happens once do not let lt hap pen agam Just show the teacher that you have the stuff It takes to make a player Show her that you are Just as good as 1f not better than the ordlnary player If you are not quite as good as the other fellow are you a good sport and w1ll you keep If you do these thlngs you may hon estly conslder yourself a good sport V Colby 37 TREATING THE GANG AEY fellers com on qulck Fun ny Face s got three cents excltedly shouted the leader of a tough and ready gang ln the slums of a large clty Butcher the lead er was a regular bully and touble maker Aw yer crazy p1ped up a volce lf Funny Face had any sense he d go stlck h1s face ln a ram barrel and leave It there All right ' came Butchers VOICE agam don t belleve It lf ya don t wanna but I saw h1m Just a second C m on gang let s go"' It sounded llke a stampede as about a dozen dlrty faced bare foot ragged chlldren shoutlng and WhOOp1Ug for glee ran down the pavement of the narrow filthy street Walt guys came the leader s VOICE we d better Walt t1ll he gets here or he may get s plclous and go a dlfferent way Where ln the heck d1d he get three DSHUIGS? asked a freckled faced llttle fellow they called Carrot Top Aw I don t belleve he s even got any came Jane Ann s qulck answer Jane Ann was the only glrl among that crowd of roughnecks but she was fully as capable of stlcklng up for her self as the bully of the gang Butcher Before she had tlme to answer Golly I ll bet he knows we re look mg for 1m Sald Toothless Look there he goes back Com on gang let s get 1m Poor Funny face was soon sur rounded and lmmedlately questlons started pourlng ln on hlm Where d ya get em? grinned Toothless Yeh whod ya steal em from? ' came the leader s volce I dldnt steal em and beSldeS wot s It to ya anyway where I got em?77 You probably SWlp6d em off n yer stlngy old grandmother accused a tall lanky fellow they called Skinny Well what d you care dldn t you swlpe ten cents offn bllnd old Mr Jones once? -r L 16 J 4- . . ,, , , . . , 7 ' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ago. o ' , ' . - ' ' 1 ' 1 7 A- . . . ,, . ,, , ' 9 Y . . . ,, , . . ' 7 . . . . , . . ' 77 , . . ,, - . . . ,, ,, 1 ' 1 ' ' . ., , . , ' 7 ' 77 7 ' , 1 . . 7 . 7 7 . 7 7 ' Y I trying to better yourself every day? someone whispered, "Here he comes." - , - u , y y - . . ,. ,, . ,, ' 7 ' 9 t 7 7 ' ' 7 ' 7 7' 77 7 C4 I 7 ' H , . . 1 1 9 ' H , , , 4 - 1 77 , . 7 , u . ll ' 7 7 ' . U ,, - 7 ' ' 7 Y 7 , L ll ' , 1 it 0 ,, . . ' 77 1 1 1 ' . 44' - 7 , . . . . . ,. , . , 7 D . ,, . , . . , . It ' 7 7 ' 77 , . NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Thls was true because stealmg IH that part of the c1ty was a part of the dally routlne of l1v1ng I ran on an errand for Wldder Gray and she glV6 em to me so there smarty cats contlnued Funny Face Iwas gonna treat the whole gang but see me do lt now Thls was sald only to save hlmself a terrlble beatmg because orlgmally he had planned to keep lt a secret but somehow one of the boys had found out Fatso a fat overgrown boy who had been qulet all th1s tlme spoke up wlth Gee Funny Face I always knowed ya was a swell guy Member the tlme I gave ya the brand new fish hook?" Sure ya a swell guy chlmed IH several other volces If ya wasn t Wldder Gray would never a glven ya That s how lt went untll Funny Face all puffed up and glowmg from the flattery led the parade to the cor ner grocery store Freda Beek 38 MY BLIND DATE O' I shouted most emphatlcally Oh Jane come on Dlck says he s a grand guy It w1ll be for only one nlght and you know the Wm ter Ball IS so wonderful the dreamy muslc lowllghts glrls Hoatlng across the floor ln thelr llght dresses tall handsome men ln tuxes can t you Just plcture It Jane? Of course Ican I can also plcture a blmd date I m sorry Sue but I Just can t make myself go ' Jane sat by her desk fingerlng her numerous dance programs that usually hung from the wall There were red green blue black sllver el leather ln fact all kmds lmaglnable Jane loved to look them through They brought back many memories of grand tlmes She was thlnklng how shed llke to go to the Winter Ball but she Just couldnt go on a bllnd date and Vet Her thoughts were interrupted by I really thmk lt s rather mean of you Jane After all Dlck got you the date and everythmg Oh Sue lf Icould only see hlm Jane blushed gulltlly at Sue s last re mark But all the fellows thmk he sa swell guy He s outstandlng 1n foot ball track and everythlng Oh Jane bea sport DlCk sald he was a falr dancer and the boys thmk he s fine Just thmk It s an honor to go as lt costs so much Few glrls get there Another th1ng you d get another pro gram and Oh Sue you ought to be asales woman You re really very clever Anyway you ve sold me the ldea Tell Dlck I ll go but lf hesa flat tlre Dlck ll wanta start for MEXICO IH a rush Then came the blg nlght Glrls were talkmg IU hlgh pltched exclted volces Are the flowers In my ha1r stralghtl Where are my shoes? My halr looks awful Have I too much make up on? and so on untll Buzz Buzz Buzz One by one the fellows came for the glrls and they left for the gymnaslum where the dance was to be held 4 I 17 1 4- . . , u ' ' Y 9 , Y f tY . , . . . . I Y ' 77 ' . . V ' l ll n 9 - as - ' H ,, . . . . . . , . ' . . , , Y ' 1 as yy H I - ' Y I I , , 'K 9 v . Q 1 1 ' . --I, , v . L4 ' ' 77 . , , . - J n , u rs ' ' ' s 44 ' v ' IA 7 - v s, y 9 ' ' l n I I - 77 s - 9 1 three cents. . . . , . . . - , , . , . , . ., . q - U . - , 7 9 ' as ll l. s v ' 9 . . , . . , I . , , 7 . , . , . J . - H rv ' ' ' 77 4 an ' , U 1 7 1- n n a , ' . ' u n u s I . . - - , . ,, . . . ' rx fl '77 2 lf ' ,Q 64 11 ' ' 1 ' . 1 N . . . ,, 1 ,, 1 , . li ' , , . . . ' Y 1 7 ' x 1 . . THF LIVE WIRE Jane was restlessly pacing the floor and Sue was calmly putting make up on when Buzz Buzz It was their ring' Sue ran to answer it Door call for Sue Wilkins and Jane Frost It s for us Jane Sue shouted getting into her wrap Then down three flights they went every step seeming a quarter of a mile but finally they got to the recep tlon room door There s stlll time to turn back was Jane s last thought but she walked determinedly in There was Dick and oh no that couldn t be It that was with him lt couldn t tance Dick introducing him and she caught the words Earnest Smith She felt her own lips mumble ln reply How do you do Mr Smith' Jane thought lf shed never fainted before she could do it now But soon they were out ln the air and she felt a little better Jane thought H may be a football hero a track man etc but he certalnlv is the homhest red headed short fat big mouthed piece of human flesh that Ive ever seen Her one consolation was maybe he can dance At last they reached the Gym Now to know the worst thought Jane Now they were 1n the dancehall dreamy muslc enveloping them Jane thinking how glad she was that she had come when Shall we dance er Miss Frost er Jane?" Of course He put his arm about her and We're offl' was Janes p1t1ful thought Er Miss Frost er I may as well tell you I m not a very good dancer Hu ' thought Jane if I haven t already found that out but Oh how kind of vou Mr Smith I th nk you dance be au tl fu lly Ouch I beg your pardon er I guess I stepped on your foot Oh that was nothing sweetly someone must have pushed you But under her breath she was saying I knew it I knew it Oh Why dld I ever come? At last the time came when they were at the Dormltory and I had a perfect time er Jane er I hope we can go agam some t1me'7 What" Oh yes of course Ihad Oh my feet do they ache my back how could anyone have such a rotten time? thought Jane She sat looking at her program It was good looklng but Sue burst in Have a good time Janie dear? Jane took of her slipper and didn t know whether to hit Sue or tack the program up with the rest but she ended by saying Why darling of course' and glV mg the tack a savage pounding N Lewis 38 KINDNESS PAYS KT WAS a beautiful day in June when Chris Braley was playing C in a field Just outside the llttle town of Brovs nvllle in Northern Maine He was Just trying out a new model airplane and was about to launch lt I 'F I 18 1 4' - rx - - - .- ' - 1 77 1 H Y hlu , nas ' i L' ' ' 9 75 A ' 1 ' ll if ' ' - 1 . 1 - 1 ' ' In - - '- - - 77 KI 7 yy As 1 1 1 - - ' ' -H ' H ' 77 1 l V l ' H 77 . v - ' . 1 . H . . . . , . , H 1 - - 77 sv ' , . 1 -Q - - . . H . - - - . 1 T . , - . ,, , . H. ,, . . Q. , H A - be. But it was. She heard in a dis- a-er-good time too-er-ood night." . . . . , H , - H ' yy A , . . . 4 , . H u ' 77 ' , . . ' I , u - . 9 7 I . U . 1 ' ' ' . . ' 77 1 ' ' . ' ' 1 . , " e ' 1 ., , . '1 . 1 . 7 ' 1 1 1 ' ' . , U ' H ' - ,, 1 1 - 77 ' - ' ' . I I , as yy as I 77 1 - L'-'-' U l Y li ' 1 - 1 4 ' ' ll 71 4 . . . . . 4 Y . . . H , , . . . . U Y NEW PORT HIGH SCHOOL when he was halled by volces Hey Chr1s' Let us look at your new plane w1ll you? L00klUg up Chris saw Carl Getchell a schoolmate and llttle Jlmmy Randolph cllmbmg the nearby fence Each had an alrplane ln hls hand and came runnlng up to the spot where Chrls stood Gee that s a swell one remarked llttle Jlmmle I wlsh I could make one as good Say let s have a race exclalmed Carl We ll start from thls blg rock over here Jlmmle you go first then Chrls and I ll go last ' O K by e returned Chr1s How about you Jlmmle? Sure I m game but mme won t fly then stepped on the blg rock and pro ceeded to wmd hls alrplane The llttle plane started wlth a Jerk and rocked by llght wlnds It made a sharp bank to the rlght and landed softly among the llmbs of a lofty pme Jlmmle d1d not try to retrleve It but stepped aslde for Chrls to make h1s trlal Chrls had already wound hls plane and lost no tlme ID launchlng lt It took to the axr llke a blrd and after a graceful llttle flight It landed some dxstance down the field Jlmmle was overjoyed at the fllght and Jumped up and down excltedly But IH hls ex cltement he happened to hlt Carl s el bow and a crack of wood was neard Now look what you ve done you clumsy llttle runt you ve broken the tall of my plane roared Carl Then stepplng toward Jlmmle he gave hlm a hard wallop on the ear If you were my SIZC I d glve you a good tan nlng added Carl angrlly Yes and 1f I were your SIZE Id knock your block off you blg bully I dldn t mean to break your plane plled Jlmmle wlth tears ln hls eyes There now you fellows don t get mad over nothmg remarked Chrls I m sure Jlmmle dldn t break your plane on purpose Carl Look' You can bend that plece rlght back mto place but Jlmmle you should be more careful Now why don t you fellows shake? Well all rlght sand Carl reluct ant y shake lf vou WI Jlmmle Put her there Carl rephed Jlmmle 1n a brlghter tone I guess I was a blt clumsy and we ll see whlch IS the best sug gested Chrls Carl dld so and to the surprlse of both boys hls plane landed lightly on the grass about sxx feet behlnd Chrls plane If It hadn t been for the broken tall mme would have made the best fllght of the three wouldn t1t'? asked Carl rather relleved at the perform ance of hls plane Sure lt would have answered Chrls You can glue that tall and then your plane wlll beat mme easily Come on fellows let s go over to Mr Norton s farm and see his new pony suggested Jlmmle But first one of you fellows wlll have to get my plane I can t cllmb up there Aw never mmd It now growled Carl You can get It later I ll get It for you Jlmmle I can cllmb the tree I guess said Chrls and he started to chmb the tall pme He managed to get the plane down -r L 19 1 4- - - I u H ' - 9 A . , - , , ' : . ,, . . . . , 7 I ,H re- 7 7 ' . . . ,, , ' ! 7 . . . . ,, . . ,,, . . . , 1 I . , . . 64 1 77 ' ' - 9 7 . . . ,, . . . ' I l 77 7 45 7 77 ' 77 7 V I cc 7 - ' as ' yy ' ' 9 1 ' . , , l . I'll . ll, ' 7 7 ' ' 77 , . . " . . m ," '. " , ," ' ., . . ,, . . . . ., ff 7 ' 7 ' 77 7 ! ' as far as yours and Carl's." Jimmle "Well, go ahead, Carl: wlnd her up - 7 ,77 - . . . 7 j . , . 'I 1 1 . . . ., . - . 1 . I fl I ' 7 Q a . ', ' - ' 7 ' 77 . 9 ' , - y . . . . H . Y . ,, N 7 7 . . . . ., . , . . . . . . . ,, . . . ,, , 1 1 . . . - , . . . , ,, . . ,, - , , , . if 7 , 9 ' 77 7 7 ' - I y as ' ' 77 7 7 7 ' 77 if ' 77 , . . . . . . . ,,, . . . g 7 Y .. . ,, . . ' 9 7 . , . . . 5 ' . . ,, . THE LIVE WIRE and was wlthln a few feet of the ground when he yelled Ouch' my thumb What happened CIIFISQ lnqulred Jlmmle Oh I guess lt s nothlng rephed Chrls as he Jumped to the ground and examlned hls thumb It was plerced by a spllnter wh1ch he removed w1th conslderable pam Jlmmle expressed hls thanks Well are you fellows comxng or not? asked Chrls lnsolently Be rlght wlth you answered Jlmmle lm anxlous to see the pony too The Norton farm was a short dls tance from the field and they soon reached lt Mr Norton was a kmd man and let the boys rlde the pony whlch he had recently bought The boys took turns rldlng the little pony Soon they returned Chrls and Carl went to the pump fora drlnk whlle Jlmmle took the pony to the barn As he was about to enter the barn door the pony gave a leap and broke loose from hls grlp runnlng for the other end of the barn As he passed the beam where the alrplanes were lylng Jlmmle saw somethlng Whlte on the floor Just as the pony s sharp llttle hoofs crushed It ID the mlddle Jlmmle ran to the spot and plcklng up the remalns he found that It was hls own plane Burstlng lnto tears he looked up to see Carl who dld not seem a blt sorry That thlng wasn t any good any way he leered Jlmml6 was so angry at thls that he grabbed Carl s plane and crushed lt to blts ID hls fingers Carl gave a roar and sprang at Jlmmle But the smaller boy was too quxck for hrm and leaplng aslde he ran for the pump Chrls who had heard the argument saw Carl over taklng Jlmmle and as they neared the pump he stuck out hrs foot and Carl plunged head over heels lnto the wa terlng trough Falrly bubbllng Wlth rage Carl scrambled out of the trough and struck at Chrls but h1s arm was caught ln a larger one Looklng around he saw Mr Norton That wlll do Carl warned Mr Norton ln calm tones I heard the whole argument and you deserved a good duckmg Now beat It home and plCk on boys your slze Carl lost no tlme but turned back to makea partmg remark You Just walt all of you my father Wlll buy me test next Saturday and there s a Hve dollar prlze too Don t mmd hlm Jlmmle sald Chrls You take my plane and I ll help you fix It up so lt Wlll beat any plane he gets Gee thanks Chrls rephed Jlmmle But what are you golng to do? Oh don t worry about me I won t bother to get another one and then my httle brother can have a new palr of shoes Besldes father and mother say I shouldn t be maklng such thlngs at my age anyway bay Chrls' remarked Mr Norton I reckon I can help you there You see I have some seed to be cut and I d pay a fellow llke you to do It Gee thats swell of you Mr Norton returned Chrls Now Ill -1 L 20 J 1- 14 ' ' ,, . . . . it . 1 ,, I a . v ' , . , - ff ' 7 ' 77 ' . . . Y ! . . , In . ' , , , I 4 . YY ' ' fl - - as H . ' ,, ' ' v s 1 . . ,, , . , H , 7? . ' ' 1 . 1. ' ' ' ' sv ' . 4, . n I Q I I I Y ' alrplanes were lald on a beam and the a blgger plane and I will Win the con- 7 . ' ' 77 Q u , . ,, , . . . . ,, . , , l 9 . ' no 7 , . . . 79 . . . U ' H l 7 9 1 . - - as - 9 7! I I If 7 . , . , . 7 . . . . y ' ' ' 77 ICN ' 7? ' , . . u . - J - H 0 77 , , ,, . . . ' ' 77 , - at 9 i 1 ' ' ' ' 77 ' li 7 . , . NEVN PORT HIGH SCHOOL show that Carl Getchell how to bulld alrplanes And Chrls dld just that Wlth the money he earned from Mr Norton he was able to buy maternal and bulld a beautlful Shlp Jlmmle helped all he could and the next Saturday found them at a field on the other end of Brownvllle wlth thelr planes ready for the blg contest A large crowd was gathered there and among the fore most spectators was Mr Norton Fllghts were made and the Judges finally narrowed the contest down to Carl and Chrls In truth Carl had a very good looklng plane for hls father was r1ch and he had bought excellent materlal C1lI'lS came first Slowly he wound up the propeller of h1s alrplane Sud denly there was a snap The elastlc had broken Chrls heart sank He had no other elastlc Well IH that case I suppose I wln eh? sneered Carl Not on your llfe you don t The volce was Jlmmle s and he stood ln front of Chrls an elastlc dangllng from hls rlght hand Take thlS elas t1c Chrls he sald wlth a grln and show this bully how a plane should Y Chrls was overjoyed How could he thank Jlmmle? Now he must w1n And sure enough he dld w1n a three out of three test He was over whelmed wlth congratulatxons But the greatest of all was from Mr Norton for he made Chrlsa present of the llttle pony on hls farm After all lt dld pay to be kmd V Smlth 38 SNOOKS f5MMY Brown had been lookmg for a job all day She turned away wlth a slgh from the large stone house to whlch she had Just ap plled for a Job as nursemald I ry once more then I ll go home she sald to herself At the next house as she stood on the steps and rang the doorbell she could hear screams of anger from a chlld Well they have one child here anyway she sald A ew mlnutes later a tlred looklng woman appeared at the door and after a short explanatlon Emmy was hlred Thls chlld IS too much for me sald the mother At that moment a yellow halred llttle glrl came runnmg ln and grabbed her mother s dress and pulled unt1l It gave at the seams and began rlpplng down the back Emmy wasn t so sure she wanted thls Job but It was betterthan none She stepped lnto the hall and before she could remove her coat the llttle glrlcame up to her and sald My names Snooks andI want some candy Yes take her down town and get her some the mother replled After an hour s struggle w1th the chlld to get her to wear a coat they got started I don t llkc you an I Just hate black ha1r That s too bad Yea too bad for you cause when I get mad I m aw ful' At thls the chlld got behlnd Iummy and began to push her laughlng and shoutlng v + 1 21 1 J- ' 77 . l Y ' v 7 . . . 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' if 1 as v , . sl v , . v 9 , , Q 7 V .77 ' . . , . , . . . , , THE LIVE WIRE I don t thlnk I want to be a nurse maid Ithlnk Snooks yanked at her arm and pulled her stumbllng down the dark stalrway leadmg lnto the Candy Shoppe I wants candy' Ido I Want It every b1t1n at show case The room was strangely sllent From another room Emmy could hear falnt groans of a woman Reallzlng somethlng was wrong she went ln search and found an old lady lymg on a small cot Upon seelng Emmy she gasped drawer Emmy waslmmedlately be slde her wlth the medlcme and ln a short tlme the old lady was smlllng at her You are a good glrl I should llke to have you work for me IH my candy shop she sald Emmy was overyoyed I w1ll come tomorrow she Sald How much better It vv1ll be than taking care of Where was Snooks? She raced out to find her slttmg on top of the table her dress and face covered w1th chocolate I got candy lots of It boasted the chlld W W water my heart pllls ln that Jacquelme Lewls -:O:- M Y WISHES I wlshed I could be lxke the boys Who romp and play all day And do most anythlng they llke Whatever people say I wxshed I could rlng fire alarms Then scamper from the scene Or tle tln cans on pupples talls WlthOUt ever bemg seen I WlShEd I could bust wlndows And let my father pay Or fish or swlm or bulld a camp Or rlde a blke all day I wlshed I could go campmg Or huntmg game or deer Or maybe be a sallor guy And go most everywhere Id llke to fill the boys beds Wlth eggs and rocks and pme Or scare the gurls on Hallowe en Or chase the nelghbor s kme I wlsh I could play baseball And all the sports there are And sllde or skate on wmter n ghts Or dllV9 my father s car I wlshed I could do lots of thmgs That brlng the school klds Joy But my Wlshes never wlll come true oause I m a crlppled boy Vera Basford 38 NEWPORT A poem on Newport I ll try to Wrlte So many thlngs the eyes dellght Lovely trees on every Slde And through thelr branches birds do gllde Lake and rlver both have we Whlch tourlsts come from far to see Schools and Lodges and Churches flne To give us all a grand old tlme It s Just a grand old yankee town Where better sports cannot be found It s hlghschool Splrlt through and through And one hundred per cent Amerlcan too 'F I' 22 4' 44 y ' 77 ' ' L ' . 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' . 1 . l - r , J 1. , NEW PURT HIGH QCHOOI I don t hehexe a better tow n Then good old New port can he found n whx th xt N o I w1ll exp un N 1 lput ofdear old N I Barbara D IX IS .58 tlmtlvon lmte 1 mtl Q nes To nh Neuport Hz h School Home I thunk that Iehall nex er Qee A place that could as loxely be As our dear schoolhouee and 1th grounds And all the hay DIIIQSS that s ln thelr bounds A place wlth ltq found xtlons preesed Agaln-it the earth M 9NN6QtflOVX1IlQ,' breaet In thls same pl ice for xe us lt s tood F6"iCl1lllf.I nothmgr but the good A pl ice th It m ix III summer wc A werx le serted and Qlli-'llt ur But when ln fall md wlntex and -pr gg Its rooms are full and ltx halls do Tlllg, It has the alr of 1 h xppx thlng A place that loolw at Q od all dax And eeems to axle and beg and prax For Hlm to keep all those Vkltlllll Far from the paths of tolltul sm Nlletalees are made hx those lnslde But wlthout mletakes we couldn t ablde Som tlns echoolhouse as It S Qtood We ll all etrlxe hard to m the lt good Francls Doherty 38 REAL SPORT Baeleethlll IS the game for wmtt r And lf xou don t thlnl thle true Be on hand 'xt the hall Come Frldax Our how wlll proxe It to xou Thex re xerx fair ln thelr plaxlng Fouhng ls not EIIQIY' game But to help then team mites get haeket Th xt ls thelr elrne wt um But lr the opponent are faster And to them goe 5 the hlgher score Our hows know how to take IL They can lobe w lthout getting sore Anc1lPennell 36 NIH? I I- ARS All the studentx Qtudx mg All the tf ichers ecurrxme I xerxlmodx IILIFTXIIUI Ifor mld years are here Ihloughout the w eek comme: Rooms wlll he hummxng Teste our VkltS numbmg For mld x eare are here We ll be buwllx praxlng Whlle our ITNINIQ go astraxlng That our high ranlw are etax mg For mld xearw are here We ll be Sadlx w onderlng The results of our hlunderlng Ae tlme lfoee thundering And mld xears Ire gone Florence bhpp 36 iv I R L J -r I 23 1 1- , . Y 1 n A A 1 V v , 9. . .' - . ' - , '- . .' . A d l f , 5 .. lg , . 1 . A 1 ' . It . .ll st: 2 2 II: me. l I . , f . fy I' R I C l N A ' -I: C n 'N 1 v . - V K 1 Y P KI ' "T " 1 - - Q L ' ts . . . 2 r z : . K ' A x "' , S . . K- ' 1 A 7 1 ,y ' - I , V, V V.. . ,,: N 4' lx ' ' Q, . . V ' 1 7, ' ' . 2 e ' U 7 , 1 V 1' , - , 'w w u v 4 w ' lv 1 I c ,I b ,' .' . -' , +1 j f, z w z 2 ' .' ' 'lar Q' Y Y P - ' 4 - 1 V v ji ,Sl . xl' 2' 1 ' - v V 1 , 2 , L. .m ' ' 'W 1 v I 3 ' r ' 3 f . - - f ' . f V ' T : v' . , c c . 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'- v 7' I W ' YA THF LIVE WIRE -r r 24 1 4- A RETROSPECT Looklng back upon our school days As we leave old Newport s doors Many pleasant thlngs we VISION On our school tlmes peaceful shores Ilor our school year s llke a rlver Hastenlng onward to the strand Bear us near the larger harbor Where Wlll part our llttle band Forty three boats small and vallant We set sall upon the stream Now alas' Our number has fallen Hardly more than half we seem Pleasant tlmes we leave behlnd us Frlends we ve made here ln these days Whom we hope to keep forever Though our paths lead dlfferent ways To our teachers we are grateful They have helped us choose the best We have trled to do them honor And We hope to stand the test When we embark on rougher vsaters May we have hands as WISQ to gulde Then we wlll not fear a shlpwreck However wlld the wlnds and tlde Florence Sllpp 36 NEW ENGLAND MEMORIES When the leaves are turnlng yellow And the frost IS ln the alr All the apples have grown mellow And the cornflelds are all bare Then my heart beglns ltS longlng For that place I left to roam For that far New England homestead For my old chlldhood home Now the goldenrod IS gleamlng From the meadows by the way And the brooklets they are rambllng Just as when I went away The blue skles overshadow The hllls that stretch below Back to old New England That s where I want to go The harvest now IS gathered The corn IS ln the bln And autumn s IH the alr pards And I m headlng home agaln MV roamlng days are over And I ll settle down to stay I m on my way today Lena Cookson 36 SPRING Blrds slng From the bare boughs of the trees Through the grass and dead leaves Grow the tfalllng arbutus Whlte clouds Scud the blue sky Drlven by breezes Damp Wlth the hlnt of raln Smell of growlng thlngs Flll the alr Wlth an earthly fragrance Burstlng buds unfold lnto Green leaves Sprlng' In the hollow A crocus bravely blooms yellow A blt of sunshlne To tell of that to come After It All llfe IS reborn In clty and deepest forest p 9 7 L9 Q 1 - , 1 1 5 K 1 I V ' 9 Y J 1 4 ' ' 1 . , . 5 ' Ay k , y ' . , . . ' K u , 7 - - With my New England sweetheart- : , n ' , . 7 1 Y 3 . . Z . 7 I u ' , , . . . K 1 , .. NFWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Llke th it WhlCh was before lt, Yet eternallx new bladneqs f1l1S the 11111111111 heart XVOFFIQS Lefwe .md .111 1o1r1Q1n the 1111111 111,111 111111111 Ong ot bprlng 11 x x NK kkx L N Le1111 1 oolwrm Ma Bete Noxre K K ll ll S011 Dermcr Voyavu 1 1 1 -P 1 25 1 i' ' 2 1 ' vel- ' 1155111111 11.1111111-111-1.111111e1 '.h' 11.1117111111 v V ,j1'1' 11.1111 1'1I1I11"1'1' 1'11Il11'1111', 111' , " ' 1 . I 1111111-1'1 11'11111e 1.111111N11'1'11N 11:11111'11', I K ' X1, 1'1171'1.'111-1'1'1'1g:11111'11'11111111111. X1:11'1- 5 ' " 11' '1'1 11 114'-l' 1'1 '1-1 1'1' 11111- 11111'e'111111 M' ,D I - 1 ' 1 If ' "' ' '1 "1j"'1e11'11111111'N1111111111111111111111141-"N S ' ' A . 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XI:1l:111111 l.:1111l11-1'1 ll 11111111 Illlill' 1 1 :1'1' -1 - N1 Ill 17" I 1' " 1-1 'RG Ill- 'D-ll--I-Jil' Jf, W7 ws TT' 'YT' "."F"'Q' 'F'1"?"T SENIOR NEWS Senior Play Let s Be Congemal a three act comedy play was presented at the Newport Play House by the Senlol Class Here IS an account of the parts taken from the N H S Booster Wayne Waterman portrayed the part of a strugglmg young wrlter who finally achleves succes wlth Laurece Bruce cleverly playlng the part of the mother Leslle Murray played the part of the father 1U h1s usual con vlnclng manr er The comedy element was furnlshed by June Harrls who played the dlflicult part of the sneez mg mald Clever dlalogues by Una Mooers Edna Wllson and Paulme Adams added to the entertalnment The dlfficult part of Aunt Hester was played by Mary Rollms Dale Ordway played the part of a typlcal young buslness man The play was coached by Mlss Verna Dlggles and MISS Ruth Todd Class Pictures In October the Senlor Class went to Preble s Studlo ln Watervllle to have thelr plctures taken Class Parts The Senlor Honor Parts were an nounced by Prlnclpal Joseph B Chaplln as follows Valedlctory Lena Cookson Salutatory M1tt1e Downs Honor Essay Janet Barbour Oratlon Gerald Mltton Address to Undergraduates Florence Sllpp Class Hlstory Eleanor McKenney Class Prophecy Myrtle Whltlng Annle Taylor Class Glfts June Harrls Mary Rollms Those elected by class vote for Glft to School Leslle Murray Class W1ll Paullne Adams Edna Wllson Senior Assembly One of the most unlque assemblles that the senlor class put on was based around Malne and was presented ln tne form of a courtroom scene Much to everyone s surprlse Evelyn Pond Jumped up and gave the Blble Readmg and Prayer wlthout belng announced Then who should walk through the door but Una Mooers followed by Florence Sllpp Paullne Adams Leslle Murray Laurece Bruce Gerald Mltton Eleanor McKenney and the blg po llceman Wayne Waterman After they were seated the pollceman gave the order to use at the entrance of the Judge who turned out to be Janet Barbour who summoned each prlsoner IU turn before her After each had taken hls oath to speak the truth etc he purchased h1s acqulttal by a talk paper poem or musxcal selectlon deal mg wlth the State of Malne the seal Q' 'lL1ll-'-i- 4--19--AL..QK1k--+ -I--fl--4+ -ll---4-H All - n l X ! 'T C OO C "lf"l' '-l""l""lf'6f1l""l""lf' "'lfil" " 'l""Y"?'1l""lf"lf1l" In? Y if 1 ' 77 - ' . K SL ,, . . If . 7 w l -I N ' x 3, ' Senlor Assembly were as follows: , . . . f Q ' , Q . 7 Y ! 1 . , . X 77 5 I 7 . . 7 7 . 1 ' , ' 1 . 1 3 I ' 7 ' 1 . , ., ! s 1 ' ! THE LIVE WIRE of whlch done ln colored chalk adorned the front board JUNIOR NEWS Ju o E lub lon On March thlrd and fourth the pre l1m1nar1es for Junlor Exh1b1t1on were held The faculty acted as Judges On Aprll thlrd the flnals were held at the Newport Playhouse Muslc was furnlshed by the hlgh school orchestra under the dlrectlon of Mlss Thorne The stage was decorated wlth blue and yellow Roland Stuart acted as class marshal The selectlons whlch were presented were the followlng Where Peace Abld9S Archle Hatch Gerund or Gerundxve Sam Warren Mrs McDuffy on Baseball Dorlce Frlend Desert Rat Homer Woodward The Stal Spangled Banner Charlle Gould What Wllllam Henry D1d Mary Dresser Brotherhood Vlctor Colby The Unknown Speaker Carleton Brackett Madam X Laurece Bruce In Defiance of the Kaiser Paul Clark J r Asse y One of the best Junlor Assemblles was led by Hartley Banton In thls program Rev H H Marr who was the guest speaker gave a very Inter estlng talk on ThaYlkSglVIIlg The rest of the program was as follows Blble Readlng and Prayer Anita Hanson Orlgln of Thanksglvlng Wlllard Rlckards Poem Helen Tardy Song Vlctor Colby Poem Mary Dresser School Song School Jun r Class R ngs The Jumors bought thelr rlngs from Bastlan Brothers of Boston thls year It IS a 10 karat rlng wxth no stone and has the school N lnscrlbed on lt SOPHOMORE NEWS One of the most lnterestlng Sopho more Assemblles was bullt around Armlstlce Day Madel1ne Banton pre Slded over the following program Blble Readlng and Prayer Palmer Tedesco Flag Salute School Jokes Barbara DHVIS Poem Vera Basford Song Shlrley Young Themes on AFmlStlC6 Day Dalsy Hussey Ruby Ferry Song School FRESHMAN NEWS On Frlday evenmg September 13 the Freshman Receptlon was held 1n the town hall and 62 Freshmen started hlgh school llfe It started wlth a program prepared by the upper classmen followed by trlcks and stunts for 1n1t1at1on by the freshmen Then came the refreshments whlch con slsted of Ice cream and cake The remalnder of the evenlng was spent ln playlng games and danclng 4 I1 28 1 1' 1 Y , . ni r x i it' lo I . . . . if u - ' - . 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NEW PORT HIGH SCHOOL Freshma A y One of the best assembhes presented by the Freshman Class was based on Chrlstmas Barbara Bean preslded over the followlng program Bible Readlng and pray er Grenvllle Anderson Flag Salute School Chrlstmas Carol School Poem George Dresser Theme on Chrlstmas Ly ndon Small Chrlstmas Carol School Theme Mary Falrbrother Chrlstmas Carol Group of Freshman Glrls Poem Carollne Soper Song School HONOR ROLL To be named on Hlgh Honors one must have at least three marks of B plus or above and nothmg below B The Honors conslst of those haxmg no rank below B mmus The number followmg the name ln dlcates the number of tlmes that person has been on the honor roll durlng the first four rank perlods of the year Semor Hlgh Honors Janet Barbour 4 Lena Cookson 3 Florence Sllpp 2 Mary Rollms 2 Mlttle Downs 1 Eleanor 'N1cKenney 1 Jumor Hlgh Honors Hartley Banton 3 Carly le Stackpole 2 Sophomore Hlgn Honors Mabel Gould 4 Prxscllla Plummer 3 Vlncent Smlth 4 Marvls Stuart 4 Phyllls Emerson 3 Vera Basford 1 Freshman Hlgh Honors Barbara Bean 3 Margaret Soper Mary Falrbrother 1 Lvndon Small 2 Henry Condon 1 Post L raduate Honors Anna Gould 4 Semor Honors Lena Cookson 1 Mlttle Downs 3 G rald Mltton 3 Eleanor McKenney 3 Florence Sllpp 2 Mary Rolllns 2 Anne Taylor 3 Myrtle Whltmg 1 Jumor Honors Mary Dresser 2 Paulme Fraser 4 Wlllard R1ckards3 Carlyle Stackpole 2 Hartley Banton 1 Sophomore Honors Vera Basford 3 Dalsy Hussey 4 Edward Weed 3 Patrlcla Anderson 2 Ruby Ferry 1 Prlscllla Plummer 1 Freda Beek 1 Vlrglnla Potter 1 Freshman Honors Henry Condon 3 Ella Dow2 Mary Falrbrother 3 Catharme Sanborn 3 Lyndon Small 2 George Dresser 3 Lucllle McGlaufl1n 1 Ruth Langley 3 Eleanor Whltel Greydon Colby 1 Barbara Bean 1 W trCrv On Feb 22 the town assembled on the lake for the annual Wlnter Carnl val Puplls from Hartland Academy were our guests In the afternoon contests ln sknng snow shoemg and skl Jumpmg were held The boy get tlng the hlghest number of polnts was Lenms Harrls of Hartland The glrl gettmg the hlghest number of pomts was Vlrglma Potter of N H S Newport Hlgh retamed the large cup agaln thlS year In the evemng a l 4. 4 I 2.5 1 n ssembl ' ' 4 1 1 L 7 1, i - 1 4 1 v I N . 3 1 D . V 1 ' , . . . Y 1 , . C I . , L - , . 7 ! 1 . . U Y , v . , l y . 7 K D Y Y x 4 7 I' s ' y . I ' I 5 1 1 1 7 . 1 , Y Y y n Q in e a ni al . . . . , K - y y 5 1 v ' L 7 I . -1 1 f , - , , 1 I . - u . ' ' Q n u , . , . . . , , . , . . , 1 , . . THE LIVE WIRE -r L 30 J 1- supper entertalnment and dance was glven at the Grange Hall After the supper an entertalnment was glven conslstmg of songs tap danclng read lngs etc presented by puplls of both Newport and Hartland A one act mystery play was given by puplls of N H S Durmg the evenlng prlzes for the dlfferent actlvltles were glven out by Lena Cookson who was elected carmval queen Followlng the enter talnment danclng was enjoyed the rest of the evenlng -:Q:-- DEBATING SQUAD Back Row LtoR L Small G Mltton H Banton E McKenney MISS Pratt Front Row LtoR L Murray M Downs J Barbour F Sllpp -zev- Debating Thls IS the second year IH successlon that Newport High School has had a Debatlng Team The aflirmatlve team was made of Leslle Murray and Hartley Banton wlth Gerald Mltton as alternate The negatlve team con slsted of Janet Barbour and Mlttle Downs wlth Florence Sllpp as alter nate English Club The Engllsh Club took ln qulte a few new members thls year and the followlng was the assembly program that they offered the school Hxstory of the Club Florence Sllpp Blble Readlng and Prayer Dalsy Hussey Song Eleanor McKenney P06111 Una Mooers , . . . r 1 ' ' - ' 7 . . . , 1 . in J L UT X I , I . , . , . , . , Y ' ' 9 ' 7 ' D ' T.. J X. W, x ,Jr v . . . . INEXX PORT HIGH SCHOOL Book Review Priscilla Plummer Selection bw English Club lrio Vincent Smith Janet Barbour M ibfl Gould Current Lvent M ti llmwns Report on Wassookeag Came Hartle x B xnton Book Review Anne Pax lor lhe program concluded mth an announcement that Edna Wilson had passed in the most unsolieite d mate nal for the N H S Booster N Club The N Club elected the following officers this X ear President Anc1lPennell Vice President P xuline Ad xms Secretary J me t 13 nbour Treasurer hdn 1 Wilson change the rules concerning letters as follows 1 The debate letter will be given to tho e xx ho particlpate in one of the triangle debates or in three practice debate Z The basketball and baseball lt tters will be given to those who play in one half the periods or half the innings lhe letter men of the boys basket ball team elec ed the following for the ofhcers for next year L aptaln Homer Woodward NI mager Indward Weed Assistant Manager Charles Tltcomb New Teachers New teachers at the beginning of the xear were Miss Ruth Todd Home Lconomics and coach of girls ath letit and V11 Howard Norwood bclence and BJLOHOIHICQ Later IH the mir Mr Norwood and Mrs Hall re Nlr F N baton Jr of Bucksport and Nliss Julia Woods ot Portland -4:o:-- ffzcl 4--orwv if fr wr' BOYS ATHLETICS defeated the alumm on December 13 BASKETBALL bx .1 score or lt 12 We began the 1930 Sb sea on mth Atter the Lhzlstmas vacation Coach but three letter men but Coach Qhaplin Lhaphn resigned the reins of leader banded together a quintet for the first ship to Frank N Eaton Jr a new games that looked xerx vxell Thex comer to our school Coach Eaton , , -L I :si 1 1- . . . C I 7. . V 4 5 , , . x A . ,K N . . , . , S. 1 A ' ' . . ' 'J it 'e I ' Q 3 , S " ' 1 4 N , ' ' A ' ' T ' - ' 'J 1 Y , rw f K . v ,' , , . , . 1 - . . . . W , ' an Y 'yy L 2 . T H Y! nn yy V- , 7 i . . 7 c I Y . 'ss T l n L 1 L' .' w - I ' s I ' - ' 2 ' , ,z J '-5, L -' V Y ? , 2 , ,, W. ,D . M . During this meeting they voted to signed and their places were filled by T ' . 'H ' -Q L . . . W' ., T r . , ' 1 'f ' , X S T--:rf lk-i401--1243.1 -kA1..i-Aff!!! It-ifllfi-I? tllkl iii -A f ICS fviifr-.Y-qfiarsaeaa.-LL-.f-.fe-.as-iarsafe-.-1-.-L-I.i mf-.-are fail"-i. , . v . 1 I I . 7 f A 1 H Q - D - w " l i I ' - . , , - I - 1 -y ' v ' v 7 THE LIVE WIRE -r 5321 A+ GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM LtoR Capt Adams Mgr Wllson P Fraser P Anderson V Knowles L MCGIRUHID E Pond C Savage Coach Todd BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Back Row LtoR Coach Eaton C Gould H Banton V Colby Mgr Brackett FR LtoR Co Capt Murray D Ordway Co Capt Pennell P Tedesco H Woodward 1 . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , f 1 1 ' 1 ' y ' 1 ' x ' , . ' . , . , - . , . , . NFNI PORT HIGH SCHOOI whlpped a Hve together th it defe mted Wassookeag 61 21 on January 10 One of the best games pl mul ln Newport thxs year was wlth Own o Frldav evemng January 11 We l l at the half he h x dropped 19 pomts to thelr 13 polnt t wln wlth a final score of 33 24 The llneup was as follows Newport Oxono Woodward rf 4113 Anson rtlol Tedesco lf 1 C15 S tw y er Colbyfll Wallace Pennell c 5 Beu 161 lt Z Murray rg 2113 Ross C S125 Ordway lg 141 Gardner rg Q13 Ixlng McMahon lg 1177 Frlday January 30 we went to Bangor to play the Bangor Hn h Jayvees Thls was probably the he t basketball game played by the te un thls season Although defeated the boys gave plenty of competltlon the end ot the first halfthe seoze tood 24 41n favor of Bangor By that tune the boys had gotten used to the luge floor ln the Clty Hall and settled d Jw n to play real basketball In the la t half Bangor scored yust 2 DOIl1tS When they dld get the ball they couldn t get through our defen e lhe lads IH Blue and Whmte dropped the ball through 19 tlme In that la t half whlch was but 12 mlnutes long When the final whlstle blew the score was 26 23 IU Bangors tayor The lme upwas as follows Newport Bangor Woodward rf 2 Roberts rf 2 Banton lf 2 Upton lt 4 Pennell c 3 Q11 Morrlson c 4 Inlllot rg 2 f2l Smxth Ig NIIITFU rg Z 121 Url w xy lg 1 I ould h dul ec 13 Alumni 20 Wmslow Iy s 23 Newport A A tn 10 W lssoolxeag 14 Corlnna 17 Orono 22 Corlnna 24 Hartland Z8 Wassookeag 30 Bangor JV s Feb 3 Cllnton 12 Wmslow Jv s fovertlme perlodj 19 Bangor JV S 40 28 Hartland 2 Hampden In thms season sgxmes we scored 407 pomts More than a quarter of thls number was scored by our rangy center Nlck Pennell He scored 128po1nts ln 14 games Woodward lrfa was seeond wlth 94 polnts and Murray trgj thlrd w1th 63 pomts LETTERMEN Nlck Iennell C0 Captaln Center Nlck the veteran of many tough battles held down that center berth very expertly Nlck had llttle trouble controlling the tlp off and It wxll oe hard to fill hls posltlon next year or to equal h1s scormg ablllty Babe Murray Co Captam R Guard Babe the hard luck member of the team th1s year fmumps etc J has been one ofN H S s most falthful athletes Xourleadershlp and fight mg spnlt wlll be mlssed next year Babe Mar -t 4 I 33 l A 4- -. L " . l 'l I ' I , The Seasons Sc e e '. ' . '. 'A M n ' 12 N. H.S.17 . In t last alt' ve - I ' K vt wg 22 N. I-1.8.10 . . ' ': 'SO f: f - ..41 N.H.s.19 35-' - Ja . z.: ' T 21 N. H. S. 61 ' y yy: I ' 12 N. H. S. 21 L - 24 N. H. S. 33 D ' f ' f ' 22 N. H. S. 38 2 , . 14 N. H. S. 27 - f ' . 24 N. H. S. 31 1' - " ' '. 26 N. H. S. 23 3 - . ' 30 N. H. S. 15 Banton Hardy' 7 OFOIIO N ' . ' ' 25 N. H. S. 22 A L ' N. H. S. 27 ' 1 f y V ' 36 N. H. S. 20 - 'Af ' . ' ' 21 N. H. S. 11 I - ' ' .1 At V 4. H - . I as H ' ff J , ' THF LIVE XVIRF Woody Woodward C rptarn elect R Foryyard Woody came back to N H S thrs year and frtted rnto th tt foryy ard posrtron lrke a veterrn llc was second hrghest scorer We shall be glad to have you back to lead us next yerr Woody Dale Ordyy ay Left Gu rrd Dale a newcomer to N H S thr year loves a rough 2 arne and has plenty of S179 and muscle to use Hrs guardrng and shootrng h tyf pulled us out of many a tough spot We certarnly hate to lose hrm next xt rr Hartley Banton l eft Iroryy ard nrnety pounds soakrng yyet tco rch s versronl was Johnny on the Spot for N H S thrs season We certarnly shall be glad to see hrnr rn there agarn next season Pete Tedesco Left Foryxard Pete rs the scrapprtst player on our squad Hrs fightrng sprrrt helped wrn many a game We are lookrng forward to seerng you rn there next year Krp Colby I eft Foryy ard Krp the short but ruggedly burlt fellow wasrn there scrapprng all of the trme We shall bc glad to have you back another year Charlre Gould Sub Guard Charlre the yx ay y harred lr e fellow has proved hrs xx orth rn many tough battles You xx ere there xx hen we needed you Charlrc and yye shall be glad to see you back next year C'arlre Brackett Manager Larlre the curly headed manager an shrek of the team rs a svxc sport We hope to see you rn togs playrng yvrth the team next year I4 N Paton Jr Coach Although you have been yyrth us only srnce Fhrrstmas you have taught usrn thrs game of basketball You took a green team and taught them a lot rnd xye are vyartrng and desrrrng to lraye you hack next year FALL BASEBALL In the e rrly fall we had baseball rn hopes to get rn rterral developed for sprrng We h rd three or four weeks wrth Hartland Academy Coach Norxfxood used many players rn an effort to frnl new prospects As a whole the season was a very success ful one WINTER SPORTS The thrrd annual Wrnter Carnrval was held thrs yxrnter wrth as much success as ever It proved to bea feature event of the school year and one to whrch all students look forward The out door events were held on Lrbby Hrll and Lake Sebastrcook on Saturday afternoon Feb 22 Three cups xy ere offered A large one to the school wrnnrng the most pornts and tvyo sm rll ones to the rndrvrdual boy and grrl scorrng the most pornts The large cup was retarned rn N H S xxhrlc the small ones went to Lennrs H rrrrs of H rrtland and Vrrgrnra Potter of Neyx port Ihe boys events and wrnners were as folloyys A I 'A -3: I 34 I' 1' ss 77 , ,' 11- H ' H 11 ' f , J , Q U uw' ' rr , A 1 1 y ,V- H 77 W . d . ' ' 1,11 Q ' " I 2 . - 1. . L ' ., 'I - A Y 1 L., l r 1 X . , , I . . J , . f , 1 A C y . as yy - I . I .K V Uv W . .1 I ' ' L' .S A . . A . . A' W .A 2 y . , . . . . , , . . . , y , A . ' ' P 'J A . u - ' r ,S 2 , " I 4 .2 T ' ' S ' . 2 S Bantgnv the boy who Weighs of practice and two practice games an - K - V Y, ry 2, rn ' . I n vi . ' ' ' ' .' c c .- IT a ' 4: 97 , 1, H h I ga Y Y . . . . V . , C - . ,, . ,, 7 . v . . J, I as - 77 - ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 ' s N y ' , , . . , . . A ' N . . , ' ' . r . 2 2 ' ' ' ax ' ra w w I I 1 I - A - l n . c 5 s r . . ., "j ' ", 1 'ly . ' 'ttl y ' , px f A- , '. K .S V . K 2 .7 Z 4 . . . 7 lm 1 ' 'I ' 7 ' . r vc ' . - 'Nl XXI ORT H11 H SCH Ol 1 mlle snoxxshoe 440 xd noxx shoe 100 xd snoxx shoe U0 5d snoxxshoe 100 xd skn mlle Skll Noveltv race Skn race W oodxx 1rd of N H Skn 1ump Smlth of N H Relay race N H The relay team xx as composed Woodxx ard Brackett W men md Mullen I R Tudx ot N H Marr of H BASEBALL The outlook for baseball ln IN H S thls sprlng IS very good We have SIX regulars left from last x ear and sever al young players look llke good pros pects after last tall s prlctlce Coach Chaplln expects about 20 or gl men out regularly for practlce thls sea on manager and lS arr xngmg g xmes xxlth Hartland AC,1llGl1lV 1 mnn 1 Lllllilll Aca emv fllllt0I1 H1 h Sc lool Hampden Academx N H l ax ll gl of Dexter and posslbly Foxcrott Academy Thls year the team lS to haxe nevx unlforms and should look lll t 1 real ball team If xxe can get the backlng of the student bodx xxe shouldl ave a good season TRACK Track although a nexx sport ln our school last sprlng In becomlng a real favorlte Wlth the student Coach Eaton IS coachlng thls sport and prac t1ce1s xx ell under xx ax Ed Weed has been appomted manager and IS arrmglng meets Meets thus far scheduled irc xxlth N1 F l at Put held and Wmterport at 'Nexxport XX e 2 xpect meets xxlth sev QI othu thx l 1nd also plan to to the C ountx Nleet at the UlllV9FSltV of M une H Bfmton 31 C IRLS ATHLETICS Our B1 lftball season began xxlth the folloxxmg. gnls reportlrg for prac tlce Pauhne Adams Edna Wllson lg elxn Pond Catheune Savage Pat11c1 Anderson Vlllora knowles Lucllle Mu 11lg.,l1l111 Freda Beek Ileanor Hn Carolyn Sopel June Tede co Chulotte Lolbx Catherine Sanborn luha Applehx Natahe llohextx 1nd Paullne Fraser 'lhe schedulf for the xear andre Q Al1rn113vsNHS49 ere 125 there here ni here H trtland 41 e J here C nton N Orono P9 Uzono 8 here here 21 there 14 there 24 here 23 there 23 there season 'Nlexx port xer us Hampden played on then lloor xx in the best game of the sea on lhe hne up xx as as follows Carmel 32 Haxtl lnd 28 Har 11 H unpden 20 The last game of the Hampden Newport Coodxx II1 11 113 P Adams rf 5 Hanks lt 3 11, W1lsonlf7 lx foodxxm L 5111 C Savage c CF Beekj fi 'J 1 Q O , -2 I as rl 4. h j .s x LT Q -1 'Q L -' , Y ., . lla-rlS ol ll. A. ,ali J. S. M52 , B. go L ' " 2 ' Q ' . .S. ' ' , H ' ' ' ' . A. ' ' U ' , '2 ll. . S. ' . . S. f , '2. i of ' 1 ' ' v 2 ' 2 Zfiil L ' " r r' ' L J 'x - . 1 . g A A , . ' 7 i A I . Yo n I ' 3 V Y xr , , . . .x Y . ' - r ' , , N K , , ll c ll TIP, 1' l ', K - H' 2 , , 9 , 3 2' N ' 4 A 'A' ,ki Y 2 ' ' I V 1 ' I -VY . ' I 5 L7 ' - lvyi - ' 4 - Lf . f ' ' L ,- S - l ,"' ' + K' ' - 'ACharlie,' Gould has been elected Sllltg W'W'911F f0ll0WSi f ' 2 ' T2 J " Ile f. 123 2:1 ' I 3 . . . h , ' - -2 A, fm " 2 ' Jan. l-1 Corinna 23 " " 'X d t, 1' 'g 'fl , 17 ' 22 " " 38 ' " . . 'l' A' im 22 Corin. 2 18 " " 31 .' K' ' 24 2 - " " 20 . F l. 1M. C. 1. 27 " " 24 ' 2 ': 4 ' 3 'li LH " 'L 17 " 'i 1 2 ' 7 ' 1. ' " . ' " ' 11 M. C. 1.21 " " JY v 1' 3 , . . an 4. . 28 ' 2 2.1 " . if if L . C , .M . , 9 V L - L .V v S x . .q . , Y- , . M 1 . . . S. 3 , - v , : ' ' f ' J. ' V ' ' 3 . ' 5' 77 . - ' 2 Y- ' ' 1 ' I 2 ' . I. S " "3 . fll . 2 1 V . THE IIXE WIRE Hewes lg P Anderson lg Haley cg P Fraser cg Spenser rg V Knowles rg OUR LET1 ER MEN Paullne Adams Rlght Forxxard Capt Polly has played basketball for four years It IS golngf to txke 1 good Iran to hll her shoes We re gzolng to mlss you Polly Edna W1lSOll left If orxx ard Mgr Edna was about the buslest one on orr team but she found time to get the most polnts for the season 6128! We re sorry to see you go Eddle Evelyn Pond Center Molly was one of the encouraglng glrls on our team she never gave up We ll mlss you next year Molly Catherlne Savage Center Sld9 Center Katle has held a first team D091 tlon for the two xears Her hghtlngr splrlt and encouraglng attltude has helped us many a tlme Paulme Fraser Left Cuard Pollv as left guard xx as an asset to our team She has helped us to wln regardless of her numerous fouls Better fouls next year Polly Vlllora Knowles Slde Center Sub I ora IS the glrl who always sees the bmght Sld6 of thmgs No matter how depressed we are she cheers us up We ll need you next year Lora I ur llle Nlchlauflln Slde Center Sub Although only a freshman Lucllle proud that she had ab1l1ty1n playlng lnslxcthall We ll be watchlng you ne xt x ear Lucllle Furla Seek Rlght Forward Sub lrrda 15 the smallest one on our tc rm She IS fast on the floor and xx xtchlng next year Freda Ruth Todd Coach 'lo see Todd" wlth the team you d tlunk she was a player lnstead of the co ich She s always Wllllllg to 1o1n1n and have fun We certainly need lodd and her fightlng Splflt back agaln next year Although we shall lose three of our first team men thls year we are look mg forward to a successful season so come out all you freshman sophomore and upper classmen Show your school splrlt by comlng out and trylng -:qw :P- ' 7 , .1 lv 36 I 4. . , . , , .. ,,. . 1 A J E . . t , A , 7 M a H aa . 1 . 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' ' .1 - 1 ' - lt as I 7, l ' , y 7 ' Y 7 . - tl , 7 , . u N f ,, ,, V .. . . - F ..- -u X F CLASS OF 1935 Marr1anneGl1dden Newport Marne Prank Vance Newport Malne Loulse Neal IS workmg ln Sanford Mame Beryl Savage Etna Malne Rowena Tltcomb Farmlngton Normal School Francls Newton Perklns Grocery Store Newport MHIHS Marlon McKenney Farmlngton Normal School Warren Whltnev North Newport Mame Adolph Moses Colby College Glen Rlch Detrolt Malne Alton Falrbrother Newport Marne Phlllp Tedesco Tedesco s Store Newport Malne Mllton Vance New port Malne MelvaH1cks Plymouth Mame Leola Cochran North Newport Malne Among the graduates of N H S ln DFEVIOUS years we find the names of Earlyle Hopklns 33 and Arlene Raynes 33 who are tralnlng to be nurses at the Brunswlck Hospltal Flora Basford 34 IS tralmng to be a nurse at the Malne General Hospltal at Portland Two members of the class of 35 have already galned dlstlnctlon at thelr respectlve schools Marlon Mckenney 35 has obtalned honor rank at Farmlngton Normal School Adolploe Moses 35 has won a S50 scholarshlp at Colby and IS dolng work whlch at mld vears placed hlm a mong the hxghest ranklng men 1n hls class Hugh Cary 34 IS now a Sophomore at U of M Meredlth Lewls 34 IS a Sophomore at U of M John Dyer 32 IS attendlng the Ph1l xdelphla College of Optometry Charles Barbour Jr IS a Junlor at McG1ll M9d1C3l School Montreal Rrchard Young 34 IS a Sophomore at Bay Path lnsutute Irvlng L Hopklns 23 has reclved a B S degree at M I T and IS now ID the employ of the Bell Laboratorles Luclan Savage lS attendlng Beal s Busmess College ln Bangor V Smlth 38 ...gQ:,. 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I A. wi X. 1 mmf "1"l"l"l"l""?"'l"l""l" il"l"1lf Cony Cue Cony Hlgh School Augusta Maine Your hook IS very lnterestmg In all parts The ldea of your cover IS also very good The Sedan Hampden Adademy Hampden Malne We look forward to recexymg your book each year but may we suggest a few more storles IU the lxterlrx de partment'7 The Chronlcle South Parls Hlgh School South Parls Maine Your book IS very well done and your llterary department is one of whlch you may well he proud 4 "l"l""l" "l'f"Q"l' The Comet Sedgwlck Hlgh School Sedgwlck Malne We admlre your sectlon of poetry It IS very good for the work or Hlgh School Students we thlnk The Px thla Wlnter Harbor Hugh School Wxnter Harbor Malne The addltlon of many plctures to your magazlne makes It lnterestlng --d0fP- f 0109 ii' Wet? Pratt dlvlded the senior class lnto two What a wonderful tl'l1l1fflS lmaglna IJ31tS representlng the American col tlon' In hlstory class one day for the OHIGS and the Lngllsh gox ernment purpose of an lnformal debate MISS 'Ihe mlddle Isle she announded K f Tw , . , . l C .lf C l .S , ' l , , , - , Wi ,7,,g ,,,,1 V 1 . . X V. . Y . . W . . v Y' ' x , A L 7 . I . , . . , K . L I . . . ,. . , . W . , Y . v . 7 7 ' ' 1 . . 1 L A 5 1 K ' . I x 2 -V - a 1 . . , . 1 I . ' 1 ' Y n . f "1 I Q, i. .Q I. mv, 1 qfwqfilf-Tfqf-wffv 11-'if-5147-2? W 7-iwvf-'ol V . . . . - A W . . 1 - fi K '! . . . v 1, . 7 . . . t , . . . . . H , . . ,, N 1 k 1 NFXXIORT HIGH QCHOOI xxrll represent the Atlantrc ocean A fexx mrnutes later he rrroxed her charr and xerx cfrlrnlx seated herself rn the mrdst ot thrs lodx of xx rter much to the frnrrrstnrrnt ot thoe present If rxorrte Heroes rnd IIQ rorrres ot Popexe rrstrllr lllurnnrx r bharlex Ch rn lorentc bl Captarn Easx Lrerrld Mrttorr Clark Crxble Gertrude hmersorr Dale Urdxx av If xelx n Pond Mrckx House lolrn Wentxxortlr Zane Grax Mr s Prrl Mav West B rlax lor Joe Lours M rrx Rollrne. 'I ree I rttlr I rp Ilrlda lxrrnlrrll Mrss Pratt Wrrte out Lxercrse 3 to A D On paper' Teacher Where are pork chops found P Freshman On a prg s race As I entered the cla sr rom a xx lrrlt 0 1 nr loul conxersx ron greeted me Ifrom rt I xx rs rble tr make out the tolloxxrnq And Leslre Murrax has dtclared xx ar on I' thropr x bet ruse he thrnks that the Baer I ours fight xx as a fake We asl x ou xx hat rs hrthropra to do about rt? Can Hrou Laugh on Paper? Durrng a rather unsatrsfrctorx oral qura rn Iirngzlrsh a burst of laughter broke out as usual rt xx rs tontagrou So much so that N11 s Pr rtt frnallx ex rlarmed If therer arrx nrore laugh rng xou ll do rt on paper' Nleanrng the qurz of course Teacher tron Ixrmb rll tron trorrl NIr Ixrmball use persprra rn a sentence Thex used artrtlcral persrrra on hrm lrrrernrng resprra Irrrst Student rndustrrouslv wrrtrng a the me How d xou use rncorne rn e nts rr becond Strrde He optned the door and rn come a dog and txxo cats llre e xxas also that mrserly 0 bcotchman xxho upon findrng 1 box ot -Xsprrrrr trblets xxent out rn search ot a headrche so that he could use them He d Need lt' llre xxell knovx drrxer of a certarn mark Xou lxnoxx I thrnk I ll rnvent a dexrce to enable a drrxer gorng 40 rnrlfs an hour to stop hrs car wrthrn 20 feet A sarcastrc lrstener retorted Well xx hx n rt rrrx ent somethrng to prevent the poor gux from gorng through the xxrnshreldl And then xxe sonretrmes hear of the excrtable Yankee tar mer who heard a nurse near hrs prg p n Ruehrng out to determrne the cause of the drs turbarrce he rmmedratelx shouted back to hrs xxrfe Oh Manrre come qurck' 'Ihe hen ate the prg I een der ledders Hrrght Youngster But Bolrlrx per rsted the mother ot the four xear old xx hy vxon t you xx ash xour face' Don t xx anta xx as the determrned reply LI4 I, n 4 -L I :rn 1 4- U ,' , ' H i ' r- rf . - - A . . A . . - ' 7 ' ss . S - v ' '7 ' A- 'H ' 'Q' C -' L C x Aff 7' Z 2 lv J- V - ' ', -Lx 2' - I K' 'z , ' ' . 2 ' ' ' - 1 fi I ' F ' ' 1. w , . N . '. . 12, .X U S: .I A : , V U.b . I A' Pi' -' 1 1' a sl 1 ce? 2 I ' r 2 F ' H I ipp ' r' 1 " r 1 , 4 . az ' . . , 1 .L H ' 5 ,. -. . r '- ' ' .i ' : ld L J A ' 6 . H 1 1 Y . Z 7 'I NZ' 'sr zt I 'Y ' Q 7 8 : " ill" " - ' U' 4' 2 , 9 '. 2 ' .' ' 10 'h j e J' ff H' - " a , - ' l v'- 41 Y .l', C " V - 7 V -' , 4 1 1 ' pass in dilapidated Ford car was heard to re- n a . 1 1 I v. A . Y . ' H ' ' ' ' ' ' . . . . ' ' J 1 x K - . u ' 77 1 AL l I1 in 77 ' . ,R . Y ' - an , A . .QS 1 , Y ' J v rv f ' Y tw ' . ai! , 2 hu of l ' 'sat' Q W . rg v 1 1 '. L' . 5 , L l ' , .V .t H I xr 1. i , ' I , ' ' ' , I J . L " C - . . . . . ,,M I , e p - . -1 J . Q V V 17 ' - LK N V v V '1 Y ' " , . I L. xA , - . . a , . .,, . . , . l 4 4 I wr .51 E sy 1 ', ' ' 'x . a- ' . I .l , . ' - -- rr . . " S 2 'z." ' S. .'. H- . . . .. , I . ,, i .Q V - 1' , -H ,H y, . L - sr 1 , I H , ' , ,I c A ! ' r THF LIVE WIRE But don t you vs ant to have a nlce clean face so the ladles wlll klSS you when we go to the tea thls after noon? A short tlme later the same small boy was watchlng hls father wash I know why you re washlng your face father' he exclalmedl Mlss Pratt What should come after an lntroductory sentence? R Jones A perlod Its Gettmg Serlous' Even cows are dolng lt now' clalmed the husband Dolng what? a ked the wlfe Hoardlng Not really' she exclalmed llne Llght natlve cow hldes 7c Foollsh Facts fadaptedl There are 154 flavors of ICS cream but lt IS always chocolate tnat gets on your whlte shlrt A communlst IS a fellow who thlnks lt s more llkely that there s somethlng wrong Wlth the country than wlth lm About the only thlng left for the Supreme Court to do to make the Republlcan party happy IS to declare the Democratlc Party unconstltutlonal Amateurs are gettlng so many breaks IH radlo that ambltlous artlsts want to begln at the bottom and stay there If you have trouble telllng the front from the back of the streamllned cars notlce the drlver Front IS the wav he lsn t lookmg Women won't be on a par Wlth men untll they havea large bald spot on top of thelr heads and stlll thlnk they re handsome Mercy Dotes Cadaptedj Mercy dotes' yelled my kld slster tumbllng lnto the room Mercy what? I asked Mercy dotes Mercy dotes lambcy dlvey mercy dlvey doo she slng songed teeterlng back and forth Does It mean somethlngl It s good Engllsh Betcha don t know what lt means Her volce was muffled She was teeterlng on one foot Wlth her rlght arm wrapped around her head trylng to reach her rlght ear from behlnd I know what mercy IS Whats dotes? It ISU t dotes It s mercy dotes Mercy dotes lambcy dlV6y mercy dlvey doo You re awfully stupld She had captured the rlght ear and was trylng for the left leanlng perll ously All rlght I m stupld What IS lt? Mares eat oats lambs eat 1Vy mares eat lvy too sald she very slowly and very dlstlnctly Overheard on a Traln A small boy sat on a crowded seat swearlng colorfully The mlnlster slttlng behlnd hlm attempted to lnter vene My boy do you know where you ll go lf you swear llke that? You ll go lnto the flrey reglons below For a moment the urchln looked puzzled then he nonchalantly replled Oh that s all rlght because I ve got a return tlcket' . -r f 40 1 4- H 9 1 ' - . V, 77 s . 1 55 77 ' ' In 7 - ' ' , .H . . H rr Sl ' . . I, . . 7 . ,, . ' .9 v ' . ' v ' . . . H . . ,, H 2 ' 9 , . . t ' l c ll ' ' 77 ' . EX- . U I in S ' . . if ' 7? i li 77 ' ' . . .. . , H . . . . , Well, here It IS, rlght IH the head- N ,, . H . . . ,, . 1 H ' l 7 . . ' f 1 v ' 7 ' 77 , . ' ' f ' 1 0 u . . , ' ' ,, . , K . . . ,, h , . . ! 7 at . , , Al ! . ,, . h, 9 s ., . . . , . ' al y 1 , 1 , I u .. w I u . r t , , ' V k sa 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 37 Nl' XX PORT HIGH SCHOOI A Hot Tlpl Teacher Cdurlng H1storyIVl Has anyone a current event that he would like to tell the class about 7 E Pond Yes George the Thlrd IS dead' Student IH the back of the room hum mlng The muslc goes down md around woo oo woo oo Mr Eaton f1rr1tatedl5J Yes but lt doesn t come up here' And then there was that poor bear that recelved so much dlscusslon from the Commerclal students durmg the first week of commerclal law A Mlraclel MISS Pratt Now what would happen lf the government took a lot of sllx er and colned It Into gold dollars? Correct' M1ss Pratt IH Jumor Eng Class A predlcate 1S absolutely necessary ID a sentence to make It complete No sentence can be glven Wlthout a predlcate Sam Warren an unusally brlght boy argued the polnt wlth her clalm lng that such a thlng was posslble MISS Pratt All rlght Mr Warren Glve me a sentence then wlthout a predlcate Sam Warren Thlrty days' Intervlews wlth our Faculty M1ss Woods Do you regret the passmg of short Skll'tS7 I certalnly do notll What tlme do you prefer to retlre? A That depends Do you approve of women wear mg trousers? Yes ln cold weather What IS vour pet averslon Eatlng plneapple How do you llke the new style of women s hats? It IQ the best thmg out yet What do you thlnk of Mae West' All rlght lf you lxke her Mr Eaton Do vou regret the passlng of short SklI'tS7 What tlme do you prefer to retlre? Eleven o clock Do you approve of women wear Certalnly What lS your pet averslon? Plcklng up sc aps of paper from the floor How do vou llke the new style of Women s hats? Very classy What do you thlnk of Mae West? Terrlble' M1ss Dlggles Do you regret the passlng of short SklI'tS7 What tlme do you prefer to retlre? fzfrvfzv Do Xou approve of women wear mg tlOl1SeI'S7 Yes on the beach What IS your pet avers1on? People explalmng a movle be hmd me -r A 4 I 41 j A 1- ' . Q: - i P A: .,' l . . . ,. Q: ' v ' ff . 1 , - A: s ' ' . . Q: ' ' . .. ,, . . - A: '. ' l , . - L - n,y C . . ' . . ' 7 ' ' I . A: ' ,' ' , . . . ' Q: . . ' I , l A: No. U ' Q: D ' , - : ' A: l' . . . 7 Q5 - - - - ing trousers? ' A: ' . . Q: ' ' . . y . . D : A: ' ' I, . . . Q: L - ' l A: . b 1 . 1 Q: ' ' . . , . - ' l ' . , , I . . I ' - A: No. i . . Q: . ' ' 1 A: ..... t Q: . ' Q1 ' - A: ' i .. A: , l . Qt ' Q2 ' ' ' . . i A: . . . Q THE LIVE WIRE How do you llke the new style of women s hats? 27? 29 What do you think of Mae West' Mlss Pratt Do you regret the passlng of short sk1rts'7 Never' What tlme do you prefer to ret1re'? After the papers are graded Do you approve of women wear mg trousers? What IS your pet avers1on'? Students who are poor sports How do you llke the new style of women s hats? It s been so long slnce I ve had one that I don t know What do you thlnk of Mae West' I have never seen her plctures MISS 'lodd Q Do you regret the passlng of short SklI'tS7 A No not a b1t What tune do you prefer to retlre? -42Q!P- Ten o clock What IS your pet avers1on7 Dragglng gum from between two Jaws How do you llke the new sty e of women s hats? O K as far as they go What do you thlnk of Mae West' About 100 Sllly Do you approve of women wear mg trousers? Sure why not? Wood worth Do you regret the passlng of the short Shlrt No why should I7 What tlme do you prefer retlre? 8 65 Do you approve of women wear mg trousers P Sure What IS your pet avers1on'? Road hogs How do you llke the new styles of vsomen s hats? Flne What do you thlnk of Mae West? Wow' I don t thmk -r f 42 1 1- ' A: ' . ' .. Q: ' ' . A: ' 11121 ' Q: M ' 1 I A: . . M . L - Q: ' . - I A: 4? ' . . Q1 , - ' . A: L' , 1. ' . - Mr. : WSH ----- Q: - , ' A: , ' . , Q: ' to , , A , A: : . , ' Q: - l 5 A: . D u Q: ' ' . I A: l . Q: . , ' gi A: ' . - . . V D . . mmpllmtnt tf Bljou Thefmtre 1ttQf1ell 'Xhme Nvhert the Be-tttr PILIUTCQ 'ire Shown Tu o full shovm awry m ht t o W d r Re 5 nahleP ces YE BRASS RAII N1-XINF HNJI- T RE TAURANT Sttalxs C Imp: Chzclcen I.oIvste1 C te S OI' 3 ov I-hgh School Boys New Sprm SLIIIQ Dress Shuts St ort Sxxtattrs Un ltrxxmr ind Hoexery Nobl y Sport Shoes hlitlx xxhrte l town or I-hgh School G1rl5 Sport Shoes Now elty Shoes Pumps ind TISS All the New est Smartest Moit IIHDYGSSIXC Sprm Shoe Styles Dexdile I-Ioslery to Mitch L B SOPER Clothmg and Footuear NENVPORT MAINE Compllments of B1ll Shap1ro TURNER CENTER ICE CREAM Cand Cwarettes Tobdccos Y 11 'l'i51l"l'lQ'-l"lV1l'1.f'lf1lfilfil"."l"l"GQ'i"l"l"lf4F'4'Q'R 'BJP-Q -lili llnllk-lO1Q.fl-4240K--l lk--if 421249- . f S 1 Qnlzali y Food a o ri I , L v -- - -- . P, - A . . I .5 I ,F 5 I . L, I 1 ' x N . 7 'Ta f f l . . , . , , 3 - I x e ' Deli a s en , , y , 2 7 I 'U XX here It s a Treat to Eat L 4- Ma inee M n. "e .antl Fri. Bang ,M ine f . -' g .,,x.. .W m L K vxl 1 L'x 1. 3 R , 1 ' ', I , 5 I . if - . y 7 I 1 ' ' vi ' 7 Y k 7 T , U E H . .' 1 ' I . . . . U1 HOME RES FAURANT WE SERVE THE BEST OF FOOD 49 Mam Street Newport Malne C x 611116 C 111111 O 176111 WOOL REWORKED WOOL WASTE m t W E WHITNEY 8a SON JEWELERS Mnll Street Newport Maine mil Nation Wlde Service Store P H WILLIAMS Prop Groceries Meats Provlslons Telephone 53 23 Mann Street Newport Mame tw 'PJil--1-li-1-Q--Q-iff?-L-il-Q-Q-if Co plimentsuf r if ' Y, 9 K 1' 1 f A 9 , , . , - . 1111 up I1 If , , CL1S1Ov CARHONIZNNJG,PICK1NG,CARDlNG DYEINQ. ' 7ZL'Zl'!JOl'1, 2101118 TELEPHONE 5 Compli en s of o a 9 C0 miments of O . O - . . , . 9 vw- -offo-Y-ofwo-'lv wifi- f-uri-5-E+ +'+5l- +f+ +4014-AOL-lki 19 41- lb-1l---Ab-4m-Al---1P- 4--19 4- 9-ii-11-4 lf 4M4--J? 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Mitchell Fire Theft Collision Liability and Property Damage Automobile Insurance Newport Tel. 58 Maine Have Your Suits, Coats, Dresses, Neckties, Scarves, Draperies or anything that can be, cleaned at the White Star Laundry They Wear Longer Truck in Newport Mondays and Thursdays Newport Agent I8 Newport Laundry PITTSFIELD MAINE The S B RING Store Coats Dresses Dry Goods Hosiery Underwear Newport Maine ulck Service ALL MAKES OF CARS Your choice of Flat Rate or an Hourly Rate of Sl 00 per hour THE S L CROSBY CO 50 Y lc St 20 F h St Bangor Maine s o . Q 0 0 . . . or . 1 renc . . 7 wc'-4' -l-5-T-M:o?1oiwv'1cr'-0fwzf 9off-v -P57-iirwofwv '+ Complxments of O R Emerson, M Physician and Surgeon Newport Maine Perley E Cary FIRE LIFE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Per onal attention glven to all matters pertaining to your insurance problems OUR MOTTO S Why Worry? 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