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

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Miss LAURA PRATT Q5CClCClflO1l Wlth slncere appreclatlon we dedlcate thls Issue of the Live Wlre to Miss Laura Pratt A veteran member of our faculty she has proven a falthful friend ln tlmes of dlfficulty and her frlendly spmt wlll always be remembered by the students of N H S N School Directory SUPERINFENDENT OF SCHOOLS Mr Ray Roblnson SCHOOL BOARD Mrs Gladys TltC0mb Mr Sldney Merrlll Mr Frank Boylan FACULTY Mr Stanley L Clement Prmclpal CLASS OFFICERS Sl xmas Vlncent Smlth Pres AlmerDav1s V Pres Madellene Banton Sec y and Treas J Unions George Dresser Presldent John Frlend V Presldent Margaret Soper Sec y and Treas Sol HoMoREs Paul Wltham Presldent Elton Rlch V Presldent Barbara Swett Sec y and Treas FRESHMEN Robert Turner Pres Vlfglhla Whlte V Pres Barbara Pennell Sec y Edwln Towne Freas STUUI NT Comm II Vlncent Smlth Pres Marvls Stuart V Pres Ruby Ferry Sec y and Treas Mathematics Problems of Democracy Mr Frank N Eaton, Jr Sub master French PhySlCS Soclal Sclence Mr George Fmdlen Sclence Agrlculture Mrs Madellne Hall Commerclal Department MISS Laura Pratt Enghsh Mrs Margaret Sprague Latm Mlss Elsle Smlth Home Economlcs Mlss Vashtl Clement Musxc Engllsh Ruby Ferry Pres Palmer Tedesco V Presldent Vlncent Smlth Sec y and Treas ATHLETICS FOOTBALI Amos DeRaps Everett Vlerrlll Bernard Dyer Dwlght Fraser Captam Manager Ass1stant Manager Asslstant Manager BoYs BASKETBALL Almer Davls Palmer Tedesco Cedr1c Soper Carl Saw yer Co Captam Co Captam Manager Asslstant Manager Gnu s BAsKaT1sAL1 Freda Beek Charlotte Colby Captam Manager BASF BALL Nathan Merrlll Gerald Lmerson Asslstant Manager Manager 'IRAK lx Wallace Warren Charles Pray Asslstant Manager Manager CHEER Lumens Madellene Banton Ruby Ferry , . . ' 7 , n , . L LE y - , , ' JUN1ou-S1aN1o1c Hom-2 RooM , -7 1! . w 'IIIE llvlf Wlllli VOL. 10 NEWPORT, MAINE, MAY, 1938 No. 1 PUBLISHED RY THE STUDENTS OF Newport lllgh School ARTHUR W LANDER PRINT NEWPORT MAINE -.gig 5, Back Row left to rxght N Lewls B Bean M Soper C Tltcomb V Basford E Rlch W Pray R Langley Front Row left to rlght J Tedesco P Plummer E Weed F Beek V Smith V Lockwood K Whlte Editor ln Chlef Asslstants Locals Athletlcs Boys Personals Glrls Editorial Board Vlncent Smlth Barbara Bean Kathleen Whlte Margaret Soper Waldo Pray Freda Beek Vera Basford June Tedesco Exchanges Vlrglllla Lockwood Alumnl Nellle LEWIS Buslness Manager Edward Weed Asslstants Charles Tltcomb Elton Rlch TyplStS Prlscllla Plummer Ruth Langley L.. J X ...- K 1 n - ' y ' 1 - 1 ' r ' 1 - r . , . . 9 - - 1 ' 1 - r - 1 ' 1 . , . . Q Q . . - - x - . . . . . . THE L1VE WIRE Ifdltqrlillg The death llst of chlldren would be lowered II the motorlst would kecp COURTESY AND CAUTION HHS VGFSS IU mmd One of the problems confrontlng the natlon today IS the number of BCCI dents caused by automoblles Wlth the lncrease ln productlon of auto moblles there 19 an lncrease ln the number of reckless drlvers A large percentage of the people kllled as a result of careless drlvlng are pedestrlans and chlldren at play We may say that the reason IS that the chlldren are calele s and should not play ln the streets When a chlld lntent upon hlS game f3llS to qulckly enough falls to stop lnstant the game ends ln It IS not reasonable to ex look up on the tragedy effort should be made both ID the home and ln the school to teach chlldren to be alert and careful Amanla for speed seems to have S8lZed the natlon Whether we really have to or not we try to reach our destlnatlon as qulckly as posslble What wlll you do wlth those few mlnutes or seconds you galned by dashlng around curves drlvlng madly through trafic every mlnute rlsklng your own llfe and the llves of others too? Arealdrlver does more than Just stop start and gulde hls car He con trols ltS every actlon and avolds taklng chances The expert drlver knows what to expect at all t1m6S How often we hear thls remark Mr So and So was kllled by an auto moblle ' when ln reallty lt was the operator of the car who kllled the man or 1 hlld When I am drlvlng on a street Where llttle folksl m apt to meet Who dash across the street ln plal I hope I ll drlve ln Just the way That I would drlve lf mlne were there Upon that crowded thoroughfare A NEW SCHOOL BUILDING Students of N H S If we were to ask you what you want most what would you say? We know A new school bulldlng Although you may not know lt students Malne now stands thlrty seventh among the forty tunltles What can be done to remedy thls sad state of affalrs? What have we to be proud of? We are not especlally proud when we take a vlsltor through the rooms of our poor old bulldlng Our school has done lts duty and should not be forced to do more than It was made to accompllsh We students wlll some day be voters of the town Let us all make a sllent vow to glve the future students of N H S the opportunlty that we have not had Let us glV6 them that new school bulldlng For The school that was all rlght for our grand parents cannot meet the demands of modern educatlon Just thlnk stu dents how H106 It would be to begln school some Monday mornlng IH a nlce new bulldlng Let s pledge ourselves to work for It 4 L 4 1 1- ,. . . . . w , I . . . ' 1 4 I . 7 ' ' l 1. Y . .K . . I A H ' ' 5 f . . .Z . xg S Y . . . ' - - 2, , - l n , Y ' 1 peat S0 much of children' Every eight states in its educational oppor- , . , . 7 , I ' l - - xx . . , , 1 . . . - H , . . . . , , - ' 1 G H . . . . . . . . , . , . . . . l NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL -r l 5 I 4- COURTESY FIRST How many of us have ever glven a smgle thought to the all lmportant subject of school courtesy ? A few have but the school as a whole prob ably has not Why make lt necessary for the teacher to ask for attentlon after the last bell has rung or at any tlme durlng the class period? Courtesy demands attentlon at all tlmes Whlspermg and chewing gum durmg class are nothmg but a breach of good manners on the part of the pupll How lnsplr mg for the teacher to face a number of puplls whose Jaws are constantly Wo1k1ng' The care of school booksls another lmportant factor to be consldered It IS certamly dlsgustlng to open a school book and be unable to read what has been 3SSlgU8d because of mlssmg pages Thls means that the pupll wlll not be prepared for recltatlon the next day unless he has called the attentlon glven hlma different book lf there happens to be a spare one Most of the damage done to school texts IS done unmtentlonally but that IS no excuse for rumlng some one else s property for of course these books are not our personal propertv Some conslderatlon should also be glven to the furnlture other school property wh1ch gets lts share of pencll marks and scratches A grmnlng face on the desk w1ll perhaps make you smlle but when you come to Wrlte overlt It vslll make you frown What1S more d1s pleaslng than to wrlte over a desk that IS covered wlth pencll carvmgs? Most certalnly It IS the deslre of every pupll to be remembered but why plck on the desks wmdow sllls or walls to leave your slgnatures? Shovlng ahead through doors and runnlng IH the corrldors may get you to your destlnatlon on tlme but agam It may not You may bump into some one lose your balance and fall much to your embarrassment and the delay IH I'lSlDg and collectmg your belong lngs w1ll make you tardy Let Courtesy Flrst be your new school slogan SPORTSMANSHIP Have you ever been to a game where one school IS contlnually boolng and makmg fun of the other? If so you Wlll see what It IS to be a poor sport It IS on the other hand fun to see who can bea good loser and a graceful wlnner agalnst some very good teams Some of them are sports and some of them are not Possibly you can remember saylng at one tlme or other That team has poor sports' or What good sports the teams from are' When you see your teams go smlhng mtoa game you thmk Gee I hope that they wm' But IS that all you hope for? Maybe It hadn t occurred to you but wouldn tyou prefer that they d play falrly even lf they do lose? Of course you do When your team comes out of the garre wlth a smlle of satlsfactlon and generoslty even lf lt dld lose don t you feel better know mg that lt was agood clean game and a lot of fun? ' Ll Q, , 1 7 . . 7 . r . . . . ls ' ,, ' ' 7 Y ' of the teacher to the fact, and she has Newport High School has played , . . . . . ' . 5, Y 7 ' ' 7 7! K6 - - 77 v ' - . . . . ,,, . . - . ,, . . . . . , , 7 3 , lt CS ' ' 71 ' ' . . . V. . . , . . . . , Y - THE LIVE WIRE It IS good to know that your team plays falr and square wlth every opponent team You can then always say Well even lf we dld lose our team IS honest and can take It A Sportsman wlll always YC member whether he hlmself IS plavlng ln the game or not to glve the other fellow every chance he has comlng to hlm Don t be a chlseler Follow that good old stand by the Golden Rule SCHOOL SPIRIT School Splrlt IS the foundatlon of all school actlvltles the SDICQ of youth To parody Llncoln s words Everybody has lt some of the tlme Some people have lt all the tlme But not all the people have lt all the tlme Even though thls llttle element IS so scarce It IS very lmportant to school llfe For many years we have trled to lncrease the exlstence of thls thlng school splrlt but to our regret lt has falled to lncrease as readlly as lt should under the clrcumstances Sometlmes soclals have falled because of the lack of thls slmple element Some people have lald the blame of lts falllng to act on the rlght tlme on varlous dlffer ent thlngs Butas we seelt the blame rests on you and me as members of N H S In future years let us hope and try our best to lncrease that llttle element called School Splrlt So far I have told you only the evlls of our present system of school Splrlt Now I wlll try to show the good thlngs about school Splrlt Flrst of all t brlngs llfe to the monotony of school llfe When you go to a soclal how much better lt would be lf you knew that the whole student bodv would be present rather than a few real up holders of the Old Knowledge Box Secondly lt supports the school s flnanclal department It IS school Splrlt and nothlng else that IS re SpOUS1bl6 for the teams produced by Newport Hlgh School Let lt be your slogan School Splrlt for N H S -'RQD :'i MY DESIRES A Sonnet These th1ngI want please do not thlnk I m mad They are not llke the wealth most glrls deslre And yet they are what few of us have had They re somethlng of Wh1Ch I should never tlre I never cared for rlches or for show I don t want large estates or SDHCIOUS farms Of coursel should llke beauty but I know That SOm6tlm6 soon I d lose my youthful charms I d llke to have a consclence that IS clear And be assured that I had not a foe I d llke to put a smlle where there s a tear And make man happy everywhere I go I d llke to see the best 1U everyone And sometlmes thlnk of all the good I ve done V Basford 38 -r I 6 l 1- ,, . ,, . 1. . 7 5 1 ' . 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N. 9 ' ' Y . . 7 ' 1 -44" NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Raymond Amsden Ray General Course Morse Hlgh Schooll 23 Glee Clubs 4 Athletlc Club 4 Understudy Senlor Play As Raymond Amsden IS saylng good bye We hope he ll remember old Newport Hlgh Avls Anderson Andy Commerclal Course Honor Part Gregg Theory Certlflcate Senlor Play Athletxc Club 4 Enghsh Club 3 4 Llbrarlan 3 Patten Academy 1 2 Good luck to Avls the bashful lass She s a great addltlon to our class Patrlcla Anderson Patty General Course Class Chaplain Engllsh Club 1 2 3 4 N Club 2 3 4 Girls Ath Club 4 Pres 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Capt 3 Basketball Medal 2 U of M Play Dayl 2 Here s to Patty a basketball star When speaking of values she s above par Madellene Banton Maddy General Course Class Gifts Class Sec y and Treas 4 Jumor Speak mg 0rchestra3 L1brar1an3 N Club3 4 Secy and Treas 4 Enghsh Club 1 2 3 4 Secy 2 GleeClub 2 3 Booster Board2 L1ve W1re Board 3 Bus Mgr and Understudy Senlor Play Cheer Leader 3 4 Do we hke Maddy? Well you bet Her charming ways we ll not forget THE LIVE WIRE Vera Basford General Course Skeet Honor Part Semor Play Debat1ng4 Carmval Play 3 Glee Club 4 Engllsh Clubl 2 3 4 Debate Club 4 Sec y and Treas 4 Athletlc Club 4 Journallsm Club4 LIVG Wlre Board 4 Booster Board 3 She s wltty poetlc and full of fun And her personallty wms everyone Freda Beek General Course Pete Honor Part Glrls Basketball Medal3 Class Sec y and Treas 2 Jun1orSpeak1ng Semor Play U of M Speakmg Contest3 Glrls Glee Club2 3 Vlce Pres 2 Pres 3 M1xedGleeClub4 May Fest1val2 Ath Club 4 Vlce Pres 4 Engllsh Club 1 2 3 4 Journallsm Club4 Pres 4 Booster Boardl 2 3 4 Edltorm 1 4 Carnlval Queen 4 U of M Play Day 3 Basket ball 2 3 4 Captaln 4 Woody says he llkes them small But Freda says she likes them tall Almer Davls General Course Bub Class Glfts Mary Emery Muslc Pr1ze2 Nat l Ath Scholarsh1pSoc1ety4 Boy s Glee Club 1 3 4 Pres 4 Mixed Glee Club 4 Orchestra2 3 4 Student Counc1l4 F F A 3 4 Secy 3 Pres 4 ClassV Pres 4 Basketball 3 4 Co Captam 4 Football 4 In Basketball and love hxs methods are wxse We wlsh hmm success in whatever he trles Barbara Davls Commerclal Course Barble Class Awards Senlor Play Understudy Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Glee Club 4 Engllsh Club 2 3 Ath Club 3 4 Best luck to Barbie sport and pal of our class In whatever she undertakes she s sure to pass Glenlce Colby General Course Glen Plymouth Hxgh School 1 You put your heart ln all you do We know success wlll come to you l 8 l 1- KK YY 2 ' 9 ' , ' S 3 , . , I , , 1 ' n ' 1 ' Y Y Y ll ' ' YY , K4 Y7 , . Cl YY , ' 9 , Y 7 Y ' . 3 5 g . . ' . ' 7 - ' Q Y Y Y ' I - S S I - S - 3 , v 1 S , , ll Y! ' ' 7 ' Y I Y I Y Chief 45 "N" Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 "Live Wire" Board , 5 ' s - - 5 - Y Y I ' Y ' CI 77 . ' . . . , 7 Y ' ' ' , Y 1 Y Y 7 Y ' Y S , y S S 7 . 1 . . . , , . , . , . ., 1 1 ' Q ' . , . ' ' ll ' YY 9 ' 9 , , , Z 3 v 5 - , . ll ' YY , Y Y Y , . 1 ' ll YY 5 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Maureen Davls Maudle Home Economics Course Class Prophecy Glee Club 2 3 4 Engllsh Club 2 3 To Maudle the sweetheart of our class We know you ll be ever a lucky lass Amos DeRaps MOUSIE General Course Class Marshal M C I 1 2 3 Stage manager and Understudy IH Senlor Play Boys Glee Club 4 Mlxed Glee Club4 Engl1shClub4 Ath Club4 N Club 4 Football4 Capta1n4 Basketball4 At sports llke football you re a star That smlle of yours wlll take you far Henry DeRaps George General Course Class Prophecy M C I 1 2 3 Semor Play Boys Glee Club4 Mlxed Glee Glub 4 Basketball 4 Ath Club 4 N Club 4 Football 4 A place m our hearts you have won never fear Phyllxs Emerson Phn General Course Honor Part English Club 1 2 3 4 Home Ec Club 4 Athletlc Club 4 When any of us gets down slck Nurse Phll wlll turn the trlck Francls Doherty Bl0I1dy College Course Class Poem Scholastlc medal 3 Senlor Play Debat mg 4 Debate Club 2 4 Ath Club 4 Football 4 Ambltlon avlatlon In years to come as we see hmm fly Remember he came from Newport Hlgh Harold Ferry S011 General Course N Club2 3 4 Ath Club4 F F A 3 4 Secy and Treas 3 Baseball2 3 To the gxrls m Cormna he s Just a blg vamp But here 1n our hlgh school we call hlm the champ A l -L I 9 l 1- ' ll ' !! 1 1 ' F 3 1 Y 7 I ' ' , 1 7 ll ' YY F ' Q 7 ' ' ' ! 1 7 . . U , h . D 7 , ' , , IK 77 7 ! ' 9 S 3 S - - , , . C4 77 9 - - , , , s ' s ' S Q S - ,.. H , ! 1 ' Henry, though you've been with us only a year, , . ' ll 'llY . ' . ' 7 l I I ! ' 9 . - .. H 9 ' 1 ' : - 3 y S - S - , . 7 3 H U 1 u rr . . ' Y 7 I ' ! ' ' ' D I ' , 3 1 - . . . , . . 7 I w ' , . THE LIVE WIRE Ruby Ferry Commerclal Course Peanut Honor Part Gregg Theory Certlflcate D A R P11 grlmage Candldate Sec y and Class Treas 1 3 Semor Play Debatmg Pres Home Room 4 Orchestra2 3 Glee Club3 4 MUSIC Fest1val2 N Club3 4 Eng llsh Club! 2 3 4 Secy Student Counc1l4 Ath Club 4 Cheer Leader4 She was very qulet untll one day She met a boy from Palmyra Way Mabel Gould Commerclal Course Mamle Salutatory Gregg Theory Certlflcate Senlor Play Orchestra 1 A 3 4 Mus1cFest1val 1 2 Glrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Mixed Glee Club 4 Vocal Trlo 4 Engllsh In work or ln play she s ln wlth the rest We are betting on her to be one of the best Elwell Hlcks El General Course Plymouth HlghSchool1 2 F F A 3 4 Ath Club4 The bonbon counter buslness w1ll surely suffer now Because at sellmg candy you surely are a wow' Gladys M Fxeld Happy B C ommerclal Course Mame Central Instltute 1 2 3 We can surely say we have enjoyed Gladys presence durmg the one year she has been wlth us and we Frank ly hope she wlll ad Vance ln the future Elllot Hold Adam Commerclal Course East Cormth Acad 1 2 Class Wlll Jun1orSpeak1ng Semor Play Boys Glee Club3 4 Mlxed Glee Club3 4 Bus Mgr 4 Engllsh Club3 4 Vlce Pres 4 Ath Club 4 He s tall dark and handsome at plays he s a wow And they say he s an expert at mxlkmg a cow .4 I 10 1 1a ' ll I! 3 " 3 . . . '- . . ' , l . ! ' 7 7 S Z - S ' S , ' ' ll YY , - Y ! 1 f I I 1 7 ' 1 1 1 1 v v ' 1 ' 3 . 7 ' ll ' YY 9 ' ' 9 ' 9 , , . . i . Y I Y ! I 7 y , ,Z S S Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 33 "N" Club 3, 4. . , . . , . ' ll YY ' , g . . . , g . . I , . ' KI D7 ' ' , , 5 - 9 Y ' ll .VI ' - , 5 ' : ' ' : . I , i . 1 7 ! P , ' - Z f v - I - r . Y I l 7 , . . NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Dalsy Hussey Dals College Course Address to Undergraduates Senlor Play Junlor Speaklng U of M Speaking Contest3 Glee Club 2 Engl1shClub1 2 3 4 French Club3 Dalsy shere Dalsy sthere wlth her It s hard to keep pace Dalsy s helplng everywhere Wlll Morton Wm the race? Myrtle Jones M yrt Commerclal Course Junior Speaklng Spear Contest 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Myrt IS our very best speaker Wlth the boys she wxll We are wlshlng you lots of luck kld for by you success ll never pass Ruth Jones Ruthle General Course Junior Speaklng U of M Speaklng Contest 3 Glee Club 1 Ruth has plans for the future In beauty culture she plans to rlse And should she become an actress for her we ll be all eyes Ellen Kxmball Rene Commercl al Course Gregg Theory Certlficate Engllsh Club 1 2 3 4 Athletlc Club 4 Vlce Presldent 4 Basketball 4 At belng unkind or mean she s a flop But at sports such as basketball she s at the top I 11 1 4- ' ll 'YY 5 ' 1 ' 9 - - S C , , v I - . , . , l . ., I J 1 . , . . . ll 77 always classg ' Y .7 Y tl I 'YY 9 - - ' 5 , 7 Y 1 ll !7 ' s ' . . , : ' , S - . . , , Y Y 1 7 THE LIVE WIRE Vlllora Knowles Home Economxcs Course Class Secy and Treas 1 Glrls Glee Club2 3 4 Pres 4 M1xedGlee Club 4 Secy and Treas 4 May Fest1val2 Engl1shClub1 2 3 N Club2 3 4 Ath Club4 Secy and Treas 4 Basketballl 2 3 Mgr 3 U of M Play Day2 3 Her slnglng of songs we ll never forget Her amusmg glggle we re rememberlng yet Beulah Lewls General Course Class Hlstory Engllsh Club Play 4 Orchestra 2 3 L1brar1an2 4 Glrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Mlxed Glee Club4 Mixed Chorus 1 2 Engllsh Club 1 2 3 4 She s happy snappy and full of Pep But boys you d better watch your step N ell1e LEWIS Ne General Course Address of Welcome Senlor Play Orchestra 2 3 Secy and Treas 2 3 Glee Clubs2 3 4 Journallsm Club4 Vlce Pres 4 LIVE Wlre Board4 Home Ec Club4 Sec y 4 N Club4 Nell ends school and makes a garden caring well for bulbs and seeds We all know that ln thls garden there wlll always be some Weeds Vlrglflla. Lockwood Peggy General Course Skowhegan Hlgh School 1 2 3 Semor Play Under study Glee Clubs 4 Sec y 4 Journallsm Club 4 Sec y 4 Lwe Wlre Board 4 Home Ec Club 4 P1 es 4 Engllsh Club 4 Ath Club 4 Her personallty IS a Plus She s surely made a hlt wlth us -r I 12 l 1- ' uvivl - I I , ' I ' ' I I I I . ' ,1 , ' 1 9 ' ' ! ' . ' . cc H , I I I I I I I ' 7 f n I ' ' I I I I ' I . . , . . . , . I I . . , . 1 ' ' ' KKBII ' 1 ' 2 , 5 . . Q . , ' . I I I I I Q . ' . , I I I I I I I Sec'y. 49 French Club 35 Athletic Club 4. 7 . I I I I I ' ' ' ll ll!! 5 ' 9 , . 7 . . ' ' ' I I I I I ' , ll ' ' II , I ' I I ' I , ll II I I I ' S . . , ll II 4 1 1 IK II l 9 1 I ' ' . i I , ' I I I ' I I ' , ll ' ' II , , , 7 I ' I ' I g . . , . . NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Elwood Parent Plke General Course Class Vlce Pres 2 Glee Club3 Vlce Pres 3 F F A 3 4 Vlce Pres 4 Ath Club 4 Vice Pres 4 Foot ba 4 N Club 4 Hear a low mumble a laugh and a shout From someone s class Plke s been klcked out Prlscllla Plummer Pussy Commerclal Course Valedlctory Engllsh Club Prize 1 Gregg Theory Certlflcate Stage Manager Senxor Play Glrls Glee Club3 4 'VI1xerlGlee Club 1 Z 3 4 Engllsh Club 1 2 3 4 French Club3 Journalism Club 4 Llve Wire Board4 Booster Board4 Prlssy has a boy friend hldden away of whom But thls brlght glrl w1ll marry some day and then away she wlll go Charles Pond Charlle General Course F F A 1 2 3 Athletlc Club4 N Club4 Foot a Charlle says A teacher I m golng to be So we WlSh h1m all the luck that he can see Catherme Savage Katle General Course Glrls Glee Club2 3 4 Sec y 2 Mlxed Glee Club4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Secy 4 N H S Vocal Tr1o4 N Club1234UofM yDay12Basket balll Our loss IH basketball wlll be great When we must part wlth good frlend Kate Geneva Russell Beba Commerclal Course Hermon I-Ilgh School 1 2 Glrls Glee Club 4 Athletlc Club 4 Geneva IS a quiet lass she studies hard and long And when she reaches for success she ll never get the gong 4 I 13 1 1. ll ' 7! - - 3 , ' - . g . . - , , - - L . . 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KK YY THE LIVE WIRE Vlncent Smlth Vmce College Course Honor Part Nat Ath Scholarshlp Soclety 4 Engllsh Club Prlze 1 Class Presldenr. 4 Jumor Speak mg Orchestral 2 3 4 B Mgr 4 Planxst Boys Glee Club2 3 M1xedGleeClub4 Englxsh Club 1 2 3 4 Sec y 3 Pres 4 Pres Student Councll 4 Llve Wlre Boardl 2 3 4 Edltor ln Ch1ef4 Journal1smClub4 Athlet1cClub4 N Club3 4 Booster Board 1 2 4 Football4 Here s to Vincent' Hls eflic1ency beware Able Wllllng he ll always get there Cedrlc Soper Jr Scrupe General Course Senlor Play Jun1orSpeak1ng U of M Contest 3 Boys Glee Club2 3 N Club 4 Athletlc Club 4 Cross Country 1 Mgr Basketball 4 We re sure you w1ll always remember Scrupe or hls ready smile and helping hand Marvls Stuart MRYVIB General Course Honor Part Gardlner Hlgh School 1 Junlor Speak Club3 Student Counc1l4 Vlce Pres 4 Prompter Senlor Play Marvls IS brlght Marvls IS plucky The man who gets her wlll surely be lucky Palmer Tedesco Pete Commerclal Course Class Hlstory Vxce Presldent Home Room 4 Mar shalJun1or Speaklng 3 Pres Mlxed Glee Club 4 Bus Mgr Boys Glee Club 4 N Club 2 3 4 Vlce Pres 4 Athletic Club 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Football 4 In danclng and basketball he does surely set paces Hrs blue eyes and wavy han' mdeed wlll take hlm places Edward Weed Jr Eddle General Course Honor Part Nat Ath Scholarshlp Soc1ety4 Class Pres 1 2 3 Senlor Play Junlor Speaklng Glee Club 2 3 Engl1shClub1 2 3 4 Journal1smClub4 Llve Wire Boardl 2 3 4 Bus Mgr 4 Booster Board 1 4 N Club3 4 Student Councll 4 Ath Club 4 Track2 Mgr 2 Basketball34 Mgr 3 Football4 Eddle In all act1v1t1es you ve been qulte ready In gomg wlth Nellle you ve been qulte steady -r I 14 1 P 1- ' ' ll ' 77 : - - ' ' s 3 S " ' . 1 a ' ' 7 1 7 I 7 7 ' ' 7 Y 7 7 7 7 Y Y 1 , ' , sc ' ' H ' 7 ' ! 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NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL 4 l 15 l 1- llterary THE TRAIL T0 PEACE HAVE you ever been out ln the woods Just rambllng and come a cross a trall or old tote road wlth plnes flrs and other beautlful trees llnlng It and felt the impulse to follow lt and camp somewhere on lt'7 That s the typlcal road to peace If you can get away from the mob of human belngs and follow an obscure trall for a long wav and then pltch your camp near a rushing brook or near a lake wlth none of the H0159 of clvlllzatlon where you can t annoy anyone and no one can annoy you that s peace When evenlng comes all you have for company are the danclng flames of your campflre but you soon get used to that and nlght nolses become Nlghtl then comes day break unpar alleled ln a mountalnous region when the great golden orange sun cllmbs higher It s a worthwhile slght to see It burn off the mlst from your lake or stream You bulld your fire and cook your own breakfast which seems to taste twlce as good IU the open The smell of wood smoke fills your nostrils How different It IS from the oll gas and coal of the Clty Breakfast over you douse your flre to keep It from rulnlng your kingdom After decldlng whether to go hunt lng hlklng or fishing or mountain cllmblng you get your compass bearing and start out If you go flshlng you don t use dlrectlon as much for you follow your waterways and don t have to puzzle out tralls Catchlng enough flsh ln an unspoiled lake or stream IS a pleasure but shouldn t be overdone lf you want to leave your water well stocked The best of It lS nobody dlsturbs your pleasure and won t lf you keep lt a secret Mountaln cllmblng IS perhaps an attraction for you and you cllmb to untrod SUmmltS and get a hawk s eye VIQW of your domaln Now you ve come to the end of your llttle stay of relylng on yourself ln,the great out of doors for almost every thlng You ve hunted or flShed con servatlvely and have the satlsfactlon of knowlng that you probably wlll have plenty of flsh or game the next time you come Packlng and breaklng camp IS a task you do downheartedly lf you love the great open spaces as some do You have a lonesome feellng when you take your last look at the water trees mOuUt3lUS raft fireplace and maybe your pet squlrrel you befrlended wlth crumbs You start off then at the bend you turn around and take It all ln before It s lost around the bend Back to clvlllzatlon you trudge to work wlth a heavy heart and anxlously Walt for the season to roll around when you can return Wlll you forget lt? No not lf you are a true nature lover and follower of the great open spaces Henry Condon 39 THE EXPERIENCE OF A BASKETBALL 651I7ELL tonlght s a blg night for me because I heard Cedrlc Soper the manager of the boys basket ball team say they were playlng oif a league tle for the county champlon shlp at the next town twelve mlles 9 55 77 ' 1 . , . I . ' L, 7 - ' 45 77 ' . . . . , ' 2 - I6 ya ' - J ' - n 1 an Q , . 'tt . ,, . 7 . 7 , . , v v ,. . J Y friendly and familiar. - . Q 7 - , ' L Y ' . . s Q 1, . , I . I u u 1 1 . . LL ,, I n u . Z y . .I 1 . ' l . . ,, ,, . ! . . . , . . ' 7 , . . . 7 7 7 , - U I , . . . THE LIVE WIRE from here Gee how I dread lt' After that game last Wednesday mght my stomach hasn t felt as well as lt should Katle Savage slung me clear across the floor and I struck the opposlte wall so hard I was dazed for a few seconds It s tlme to go The bus leaves IU fifteen mlnutes And oh there goes Cedrlc Hes forgotten me agaln Gee he s a forgetful guy Hey Cedrlc don t forget me Gosh h sounds as though I weren t welcome Wlsh he d use his manners and stop grumblmg about havlng to bother wlth me It klnd of hurts my feel lngs Boy we Just made the bus ln tlme Whata crowd' Mr Clement must have let the glrls go agaln Wlsh he d make them stay home when they worry though I wouldn t get any attentlon anyway but It s awfully crowded Just as I thought They ve started Slnglllg' Guess I ll shp under the seat and stuff my ears w1th that cotton battmg I brought along Well we must have reached our destmatlon because there s a grand rush for the door Brr lt s cold out' I ll be glad when wlnters over I ve had the smffles ever slnce last fall It seems Ooh what a blg gymnaslum and what a large crowd' Gosh I m get tlng Jlttery I almost WlSh I had let Cedrlc get out Wlthout me There seems to be nothlng for me to do now but watch the crowd The boys are ln the dresslng room chang mg up What a H106 crowd' We have a splendld representation from Newport Gee I hope the boys wm Here they come now Don t they look IIICPIH thelr clean sults Thank heavens they re warmlng up wlth a dlfferent ball I d rather rest before the game anyway It ISU t that I m lazy but I ll be able to play a better game lf I m rested The game IQ ready to begln I m dreadfully nervous Oh why don t they start Why does the referee keep asklng everybody lf they re ready Of course they are or they wouldn t be on the floor Here I go up ln the alr Gee I hope people can t see my knees shake Where am I7 Goodness here I am ln Henry DeRaps hands Whoops I mean Bub Davxs' No Pete Tedesco' Shucks I m golng so fast I can t keep track Thls IS fun though Oomp I ran smack Into one of the players that lsn t the height of rudeness H completely lgnored my apology There goes the whlstle at the end of the first quarter The score IS tled How excltlng' At least I ve done my part I ve gone all over this hall and down through the basket I ve had more narrow escapes than a tlght rope walker The boys look tired so soon but they ve played a grand game Well Imoff agam Whee am I Hymg through the alr fast' Oof' I struck the wall awfully hard but I can take lt Here I go though the basket agaln Goodness what a drop' Wlsh they d catch me before I strike the floor Just hsten to that crowd cheer Guess I m dolng all rlght for myself Well here I go up ln the alr agam My head IS sphttlng Guess I'll get an aspirin at the half Ooh what are they trymg to do to me' I + I 16 l e iv ' 1 . , , . l . ! i . . . , I ' O 7 . , , ' 7 , . . ., . . , . ' ! ' I , . , . l , . . . 1 ' , ' . ' , e . 7 7 . , . . . . . , w ' . K Q , , 61 ' ' ' 44 77 ' 45 !7 7 ' 7 ' ' 1 ! . . ' l 7 don't have to play. Well, I should heads. I'm terribly sorry. Well, if . ' ' ' ' . e , . , . . , . l 7 ll ' ' ' . 1 1 t ' . . . . 1 I , . . , , KK 7 J ' ' . . . . . , . . , . . , , ' 1 1 . . . H , i , ! ' D il . ' ' I I ' v ! - . . - . . , . , , . ll ' '., , . . ' 1 NEWPORT HIQ H SCHOOI go mto the basket roll around about a dozen tlmes and then bounce out It s worse than the roller coaster Well now Eddle Weed 19 about to shootafoul Boy I feel lmportant rlght now I thlnk Ill glV9 that pretty blonde ln the audlence mv sweetest smlle Gee lts fun to be IH the llmellght Here I go through the loop agaln Gollv Im embarrassed What ll I do lf that blonde waves at me Gee Im flusteredl Well of all thlngs She ups and hollers Nlce gOlDg Eddlel Why should he get all the cred1t'? If that lsn ta slap IH the face I dont know what ls Say come to thlnk of lt that glrl IS Nellle Guess I d better be careful whom I fllrt wlth Ouchl Must you klck me Paul? Oh Iknow lt was accldental but gee It seems as though you could be a llttle more careful There goes the whlstle for the half Why of all the nervel Look they re taklng a dlfferent ball Why the ungrateful thlngs as 1fIhadn t taken all those klcks and knocks wlth a grln Just for thatl hope they lose the game For the tlme belng I m Just golng to cllmb under the seats and not even watch the game In fact I thlnk I ll sleep What ln the world IS all that racket? Why Newport must have won Should I glve them a cheer and con gratulate them or not Tney dont deserve lt after the way they treated me but shucks I suppose lt s all IH a basketball s llfetlme Iam klnd of glad they won ln a way so Rah' Rah' Rahl Newport F Beek 28 IT S A BLONDE 66whLL pard thls here town IS whare we are a g0lUg to hole IH fer a spell und rest these here bones of our n Yepl bout tlme yer gut some sense ln that pumkln of yourn needa rest after the draggmg round yer glve us Jest cause a gal was IU trouble My bones IS all a rattle Aw' keep yer trap shet bout thet trouble replled the first speaker Pete a cowpuncher of medlum helght llght complexlon brown wavy halr and brown eyes that shot over every thlng and saw all Im trylng to ferget lt but I m a tellln you now I a1n t never gom to help one of those grateful pleces of humanlty Yeah thet s whut yer sald the last thurty tlmes retorted Blll a cow puncher who was tall muscular and bowlegged from years IU the saddle Say whard you get them thar tongue twlsters yer JlSt Splt out? Blll contlnued as they stopped thelr horses b for an old corral Yer wouldn t know lf I told Ja They are too blg ter your mental comp compr er understandln me Im 1mprov1n my vo vocab er llst of words Pete slung at hlS partner Hey you' he contlnued to aman recllnlng IH the shadows of the saloon take these here walkxn skeletons and make em mto good hosses wh1le we stuff sumpln under our belts After seelng that the horses were ln the hands of the man they strolled across the street lnto a hotel Wh1Ch was run by an old frlend of thexrs They went to the corner table and upon 5 , .p I 17 I 1. ' Y . ' y ' X . . 7 I an - ' y l , . ' ' 9 77 . . , . A ' an - - -' ' ' ' ' - ' We ' 7 T u , ' 4 - ' s ' v ' .7 S ' 1 Y 1 7 ' , , 7 77 ' ' ' ' as . 4 . , . I ' l L7 ,, 4 v ' 7 1 v y . . , . ' , , l 7 ' I , .. , . v ' , . H, . , L . . . . ' 7 ' 7 . . , 7 . . ' 7 ' 7 . , , , , ' two-legged humans aga1n-- the un- . ' ' 77 . . '5 7 ' . , 7 , . ' 77 ' , v s ' , x 9 I c , ' y . . . . 44 7 , Y . .. . ,, n u y n u . ' ' . . - , .A - o . . 7 H , . . - , ' . - . . ' 7, 7 ' , ' 1 J . . , . . 77 ' - , . I , As 77 ' . 7 ' , A 7 . , . 44 ' 7 , . . . . 7 ' ' 7 . , L, . , ' 7 H 1 y ' ' Y! a ,Q 1 Y I'HE LIVF WIRE s1tt1ng down Pete shouted Hey boy brlng us two nlce JUICY T bone steaks potatoes for a hog black coffee strong enough to knock an elephant through the antlcs of the Hlghland Fllng and anythmg else ver ve gut fit fer two hombres llke us to eat a Pete s oke up B111 thought we werent gO1Ug to eat so much QQHSIVG stuff save our mon Qulte' lnterrupted Pete If we don t eat we wont keep so much money ln clrculatlon und that d be awful Well all rlght but I thought You thought' Huh' How could you? All yer ve gut IS a one track mlnd and the ralls on that are so warped that they derall the tram of thougnt Ah The cook put the feast on the table and an eatlng race began H1 boys' Wher d you drop IH from and when? Well blow me down and slap me SldQWayS' If It a1n t old Joe h1s self 1n person' eJacu1ated B111 look1ng up from eatlng to see who was speaklng to them and lnstantly recogmzlng thelr old frlend What s up now? Nothlng sept thet thars a gal down the l1ne whut s havmg some trouble Thought maybe you m1ght be lnter Well we a1n t helplng no gals now xnterrupted B111 Pete s begun ter spout a bram und IS go1n to leave em alone I hope Yep' Dots rlght' afflrmed Pete But ' contlnued Joe she s young and pretty and IS beln bull1ed by a pack o ruffalns to sell a m1ne She needs help' You ve got to help Nope' Not mterested lnterrupted B111 agaln hoplng to k1ll the urge to help another glrl that was begmnlng to show 1n Pete s eyes Dltto' sald Pete meekly and a Slgh of rel1ef escaped B111 s l1ps Bu contlnued Joe sh s a blonde Shes a what' ejaculated Pete Jumplng from h1sseat and beam1ng wlth lnterest and anxlety Th1s tlme a groan was heard from B111 She s a blonde and needs he repeated Joe S nuff sald lnterrupted Pete Come on B111 gxt yer barrel sprung legs out from under the table and f11l em wlth a horse' We re helplng a blonde' Aw w w fer gosh sakes' and I under yer cranlum groaned B111 But th1s IS dlff runt' Yeah they re all dlff runt Come on' Ql1lty9I'fl1SSlll and fetch yer skull plece Thar s work to be d1d shot Pete over h1s shoulder as he left the hotel Work to be d1d Shucks' Oh all rlght Elton Rlch 40 BUILDING A WORLD S FAIR QAdapted from Popular Sc1ence Magazmej IIIFTY m1ll1on people are expected to v1s1t the great 1939 New York World s Falr Th1s S175 000 000 show w111 dramatlze the progress and the promlse of sclence ln the future The ground of th1s falr IS founded or was once a dreary stretch of swamp land occupled by an ash dump on Long Island Steam shovels dump -r 1 18 1 1- 7 Y 1 ' I K1 A . , ' H ' 11 ' ' . , . . ,I . . . , . 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"s , , It ' li' . . . , NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL trucks bulldozers and gas driven dragllnes were employed by 500 picked men who worked in twentv four hour shifts During this work more than 1 000 000 gallons of gasollne exploded ln englne cylinders while S80 000 worth of electric current w s used by floodlights that blazed above 12 eighty foot towers all through the night Many thousand cubic yards of mater lal were moved before this Job was completed Then chemistry showed its wizardry Instead of stripping acres of land for the needed top soil chemists treated the old soll so that it could be used as a foundation for thls great exposition It took two years for scientists to find a way to convert th1s soil into high fertility for plant growth besides a In doing this the falr was saved a half m1ll1on dollars For landscaping of the grounds a regular forest started moving toward the site Experts with books giving the sizes shapes and kinds of trees had been scouring the country for hundreds of miles around They had chartered nearly 10 000 available trees for thelr purposes In the largest movement of the kind railroad flatcars and motor trucks started rolling for New York clty These cars and trucks bore trees of wide varieties and full grown some weighing as much as 25 tons and as tall and taller than 50 ft On one way streets and guided by police cars most of these trucks passed through New York City ln the early morning hours reaching their destination before daybreak Here huge machines hoisted the trees and they were stationed by machines equally as blg Of the manyjobs to be done here were the construction of 17 miles of roads 15 miles of gas mains ten brldges and 2 artificial lakes A tidal dam and an expensive marine basin are well under way In the meantlme the first bulldlngs of the Arabian Nights display were going up Scientists built an outside laboratory in which they experimented to be sure they got the best materials for their use Most spectacular of the structures being made are the trylon and the perisphere They are expected to be the tneme center of the fair The trylon is an obellsk 'rising 700 feet into the alr The perlsphere is a white ball 200 feet in diameter They can be seen for miles The IS formed of eleven miles of wood piling driven into the ground The cost of the construction will be about S1 200 000 In the hollow perlsphere there are magic carpets that will carrv visitors lfl a circle above an 1m mense model of a clty and country side of the future The magic carpets are two 100 ton platforms in the shape of gigantic washers Certain lighting will hide the supports as the platforms revolve at the speed of 30 feet a minute At night colored lights on the globe will make it appear as re volvlng The longest moving stairway in the world will carry spectators to the sphere s entrance which IS tive stories above the ground Sixteen thousand persons an hour will be able to ride up the incline After the trip visitors will return to the ground by a circular ramp from which they can see the en tire fair grounds in all its glory -r I 19 l 1- . a . . . . . . . 44 ,, . . L. . ,, . ,. H 1 - ,, . . . . . 45 7, . . . . . . . . . ,, . ,, foundation for buildings and displays. 23.000, 000 pound trylon's foundation . . ,, . . THE LIVE WIRE Spreadlng away from thus center wlll be other very lnterestlng exhlblts Among them IS the gas lndustrles dlsplay wlth ltS tall central plume of fire surrounded by lts four pylons Wlth wrxthlng snakes of fire runmng down thelr Sld9S The plume ln the center of thls Court of Flame wlll be varled colored by men operatlng batterles 1ns1de the court The largest slngle dlsplay IS the SBI 500 000 slxteen acre show of twenty SIX eastern rallroads There are many thlngs of lnterest here There IS a full S1Z8d englne thunder lng with throttle Wlde open wlth lts wheels runnlng on rollers In another place there IS a whole mlnature system There IS a world s falr wlthln a worlds falr for the chxldren and houses toy rooms marlonette work shops and theaters sclence and IH ventlon laboratory chemlcal labor atory and a whole system of photo graphlng for those interested There w1ll be amusement trlps also There w1ll be such ways of trans portatlon from place to place at the falr by an elevated raxlway system great brldges for automoblles and new hlghways to almost any place The Publlc Health exhlblt wlll be of lnterest also There m the Hall of Man IS an elghteen foot transparent figure of a man There wlll be other men WhlCh all look llfellke Thls exposltlon w1ll show to be one step ahead of the rest of the world George McGlauH1n 40 A R ECORD BREAK ER -l'HERE were only three persons ln one of the cars of a northbound tram Two of them were elderly women who were half whlsperlng as though they were afrald some one werellstenlng to thelr gosslp The other was a young glrl who sat IU the extreme back of the car She had an mterestlng face for besldes belng pretty It was rather mysterlous Every few mlnutes a smlle would Hlt across lt and then dlsappcar ln a per plexed frown Her name was Helen Peters and she was on her way to the Snow Carmval at Bently Unlverslty She was rather worrled because after all slxteen IS quite young to be start lng off for the Whlte Mountalns alone but more than that she wasn t exactly sure of herself and felt terrlbly green Ever slnce she had received her cousln s lnvltatlon she had dreaded It and yet wouldn t have mls sed lt for anythmg She told herself that any glrl would be abnormal lf she passed upa chance llke thls an what dlfference dld lt make lf she dld come from the country? She was ready w1ll1ng and able to learn' and here was her opportunlty Her tram pulled lnto the statlon at about 10 30 P M and she was dlS gusted wlth herself for shaklng a llttle as she descended to the plat form She looked vaguely around her and then saw hxm comlng hurrldly towards her She felt a surge of prlde at her tall handsome cousln who shouted merrlly H1 Helen' So glad you could come Gee you look swell all grown up' She laughed and allowed herself to be led though the crowd to a waltlng -r I 20 1 4- . . . , . . . - ' , - U . 77 ' 't . . I ' I 1 9 ' ' W ' ' 'D . . , . . . , ! younger people. There will be doll .. ,, - - , , ' - . , , . . . , - . , . . U 7 D D . , . . , . ! ' ' U ' , K4 ', I . , - - 7 ' 7 7? NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL car It was full of boys Oh good heavens she thought here s my first est Sandy her cousln lntroduced them all and they made such remarks as Say Sandy you ve been holdlng out on us' and Well I guess the state of Maine must not be such a bad place after all' Helen knew thls was thelr way of belng pollte and reallzed It was only a hne nevertheless she llked It In the fraternlty house next mornlng Helen awoke fullof pep and ready for an excltlng day She dressed ln her snappy black and wh1te Skl sult and ran out to find Sandy After a hasty breakfast he showed her around the campus After lunch they went up to the skl Jump As Helen read the llst of events her eye fell on the last one It read Speclal Skl Jumplng Contest anyone may enter Sandy notlced her lnterest and sald Why don t you try that one Helen? You were always clever at It and boy would I be proud of you lf you should wlnl Bu I haven t any SklS s e answered Aw heck that s a poor excuse I can get you a palr w1th no trouble at all Come on please try It for my sake We 1 l all rlght And then Helen wondered why she had con sented for Sandy bounded off shoutlng Hey anybody gotta palr of skls I can borrow? My cousln s gomg to do the Jump' She looked uncertalnly at the Jump It seemed hlgher than any she had ever trled and she felt sllghtly worrled Sandy came back Just then w1th the skis They re Larrv s he explalned And he sald for me to be sure to tell you to save hlm a dance to mght that IS lf you er come out all rlght Helen smlled weakly and wlshed he hadn t sald that she only felt worse She turned her attentlon to the Jumpers all boys' They were certainly losing thelr balance and fall mg ln crazy posltlons through the an Somebody Jumped slxtv five feet and the crowd applauded wildly Sandy told her that slxty seven feet was the record on this Jump Helen felt a thrlll of hope she had done slxty SIX feet at homel Soon the contest began The first Jumper dld rather badly but managed to remaln standlng The second sprawled ln every DOSIIIOH and took a IUOT6 Her name was called and she sl1d ln to place adJusted her straps and stood p The vast whiteness made her dlzzy She told herself You mustn t look down Come on now steady you can do lt you know you can And she shot down the runway She went at a SlCk6I'llDg' rate of speed down down and then off lnto space Wlth the aglllty of a blrd Her nervousness left her She thought of nothlng but the thrlll of sklmmlng through the alr at thus speed thls was the life' She hlt the snow easlly and brought herself to a graceful stop amld the enthuslastlc applause of the crowd Somehow Sandy found her and Jumplng around her told her fbetween hugsj that she had broken the record wlth a Jump of SlXty elght feet there -r I 21 l 4- u . v . . 7 ' 44 D 7 77 ' 7 3 Y ' , I I t . " ' , K. y . . - . - 7 7 - 4 ' u a ' , , 1 v L ',, ' it 7 , . u- 97 . . 3 o , ' '. ' ' - K , ' l 7 ,, . . . ' - ' bad fall. Helen did not watch any- 77 ' . . . , ' h sl v Y i , I , - u . ' - as 1 - as , -- , ' , as t 1 ' ,rs h ' --- r D" Ai I 9 . ' '- Y 7 ' , , -- a 1 . 9 . 77 - L., - I . 3 ll 4 ' ' K l . Q 1 . , . - rv , THE LIVE WIRE would be no quest1on about her wln nmg the prlzel They marched back to the house ln trlumph Sandy as 6XClt9d as lf he h 1d done It hlmself That nlght at tne ball Helen was surrounded by admlrers It was such fun to dance a l11tle may and then have some one cut ln on you She forgot her shyness she could dance, had a pretty d1ess and was happy What else matt1red'? When the pres1dent of the Um verslty presented her prlae he made a very 111ce speech and lnvlted her to come aga111 for another week end at the college s expense The evenlng went too qulckly, as dld the whole week end for too, seemed llke a short day tlme came for Helen to leave Sunday and the of he statlon, Helen settled back wlth a magazme 1n her hand But she couldnt read she was too exlclted Suddenly she sobered Heavens, she hadn t brought her French book and she had so much studylng to do Oh well, never mmd a llttle thlng llke tha, she thought Ill have o ch to tell the glrls at homel" As the tra1n pulled out Margaret Soper, 39 -amb- LE SOULIER DE NOEL N 11 s N 1 1 1 1l1111111 l1s 11111ts M1111 N 11s 13111 1111s est 11 6 111 11111 1 lt Nl 1r11 11111 1111110 1 111 1 l1 1l1e111111 1 1 1111 l1 1 0111 1l1 11111 1 1 1 1111 1116 Nllll 111 1 1s 1 111 1111 1 X S ll S 1 L 1 1 1 1 1l1111111 LL llll 111 11 1 1111111111 11111 1 1 11111111 1 s 1st 11111111 N 11 111151111111 1 1 L4 lk 1 Ll 1 lll 1l1s 111 s 1 ll1 16N TLKLN l1 1111 1 1 1 1 s c 1111l1 1 l111 1111 l 111111s 1111 lllfl l1 11l11l11s 1111111 1 LllLlllIl N 1 N111 LX 111111111 1 111 1 1 lx Llll l1 Lllklllll 1 1 1 111 L IL 1111 111111 11111 1 1 s 1 Sf 1 1111 LXL ll L 1 111 J l 1 11111lsl111l1 11. 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All they do IS walk around And pretend they own the whole darn town They send me on errands Ihate to run And then they thmk It salot of fun They wouldn t lf they had to sweat and pant' Instead they d go on a llttle Jant ' Boy sometlmes I get awful mad And then feel Jus llke tellm Dad About the tlme blg s1ster Kate Klssed her beau at the garden gate CI don t belleve I ll forget that Illghtl Then she came 1n Just at llght head And sent me whoopm off to bed And Pa he up and asked the matter SISJLISI told hlm Maggle s mad s a hatter I ll tell you I was certalnly scared And to tell Ma I never dared But lf thlngs get so they am t rlght I ll tell em all about that nlght Then there s another slster Sue And boy she s homely I m telllng you There s a guy who takes her around And buys her candy by the pound Once 1n a wh1leI get a hunk Especlally lf Sls thmks she s sunk But gee' Her beau s a reg lar guy I ll bet when he dles he ll go to the He glves me a nlckel when I keep shut And once last Chrlstmas he gave me 3 PUD I can tsee why he chases SIS Llsten once he asked her for a klssl It was a nlght last week and the llghts were dlm But what do vou th1nk" She wouldn t klss hlml You take lt from me Iguess I know Cause every nlght there s a pretty good show They re always teasing for some dumb thlng Then Pa he w1ll up and brlng A fur or some poor anlmal s skln But when I ask fora cent It s a SID noney In my op1n1on Slsters are funny' Kay Whlte 40 THE MODERN GIRL fwlth apologles to John Greenleaf Wh1ttl6FJ Blessmgs on thee llttle dame Bareback glrl Wlth knees the same' Wlth thy rolled down sllken hose W1th thy greatly practlced pose Wlth thy red llp reddened more By the l1p stxck from the store Wlth the palnt upon thy face Wlth thy felnted Jaunty grace From my heart I glV6 thee Joy Glad that you can catch a boy sky Elton Rlch 40 up. . , . , . 7 ' : ' A r H - , 7 - 1 . .I I 1 I ' H- y . , ' I I ' I , . . , , ' , I : . . - Q 7 ' 7 ' I 7 0 . . . , - - , I , And grabbed me by the hail' Of the So you see sisters aren't all sugar and . , . . . 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' 7 ' 1 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PLAY CAST Standmg ltor N Lewls E Weed F Doherty C Soper V Basford D Hussey Slttlflg ltor F Beek R Ferry M Gould E Hold H DeRaps A Anderson locals SENIORS The Senlor play Crashlng Soc1ety" presented at the Newport Playhouse on March A1 was undoubtedly one of the best plays ln N H S hlstory The hall was filled to capaclty and the profit made was very good Much credlt IS due the coach Mrs Clement for the success of the play The cast of characters IS as follows Adam Dunnlgan the husband Elllott Hold Elsle Dunnlgan the Wlfe Mabel Gould Marguerlte the older daughter Freda Beek George the son Henry DeRaps Chrlstabel the younger daughter Ruby Ferry Scruples Scruples the butler Cedrlc Soper MISS Gadget the tutor Dalsy Hussey Mr Van Wltherspoon leader ln New York Soclety Edward Weed Mrs Van Wlth8FSp0OH hls wlfe Vera Basford Cyrll Van Wltherspoon thelr son Francls Doherty Agatha Mulrooney the smger Nellle Lewls MISS Loulse Mlller the reporter Avls Anderson Muslc was furmshed by the N H S orchestra and lnstrumental trxo Honor Parts Thls year the commencement exer elses have as an object the mterpreta -L I 25 1 1- s ' 1 . 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' THE LIVE WIRE tlon of extra currlcula actlvltles of the school In order of thelr rank the o ICS hosen by ten honfr speakers ire Publlcatlons Prlsclllx Plummer Muslc Mabel K ould Student Councll MHTVIS Stuart N Club VlncentSm1th Assemblles Phvllls Emerson Engllsh Club Ruby Eerry Debating Vera Basford Boys Athletics l' dward Weed Dramatlcs Avls Anderson Glrls Athletlcs Freda Beek Parts chosen by vote of the class for Class Nlght and Senlor Last Cnapel are Glfts Madellene Banton AlmerDav1s Prophecy Maurlne Davls Henry DeRaps Class Wlll Elhott Hold Hlstory Beulah Lewls Palmer Tedesco Class Poem FFHDCIS Doherty Address to Under Graduates Dalsy Hussey Awards Barbara Davls Chaplaln Patrlcla Anderson Marshal Amos DeRaps Address of Welcome Nellle LEWIS Thls year each class sponsored two assemblles The senlors brought two outstandlng speakers Ollver Hall State Llbrarlan and Presldent Arthur Hauck of the Unxverslty of Malne The senlor soclals were very success ful The senlors also sponsored the annual Freshman Receptlon The class has had more than 1tS share of representatlon both IH athletlcs and other school act1v1t1es JUNIORS lhe Juniors purchased verv pretty cl ws l"lll2'S early this fall Fhev are geolml mth a black N Phe annual Junxor P xhlbltlon be came Jun1orPr1ze Speaklng, thls year vslth admlsslon belng charged lfach speaker recelved a prlae of S1 00 and the best boy and glrl honorable mentlon Charles Pray recelved thls honor for the boys and Margaret Soper for the glrls The contest was one of the best ever put on The program was as follows Muslc N H S Orchestra Prayer Anne of Green Gables Eugenm Wlthee Johnny Graham Dlplomat Charles TltC0mb The School Program Mary Fa1rbrother In Defense of Hls Son Charles Pray MUSIC N H S Boys Glee Club Jlmmy Jones Studles Geography Carl Sawyer Mercedes 'Vlargaret Soper I Am Innocent of Thls Blood Arnold Temple MUSIC N H S M1X6d Glee Club The Lady Wlth The Lamp Barbara Bean Ole Skljersen s Flrst Touchdown Wallace Warren At The SWlmm1Hg Pool June Tedesco Muslc N H S Orchestra Dec1s1on of Judges MUSIC N H S Orchestra B6Sld9S sponsorlng a soclal the JUHIOFS are puttlng on two assemblles durlng the sprmg and are planning a JUHIOY Prom to be held ln May -L l 26 l 1- ' ' rw 1 - i t p . c ' 3 the ' w 'U ' 'f' '- as S X' ' t ' ' ' , . , .. ,. 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NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR PRIZE SPEAKING Top Row A Temple W Warren C Pray C T1tC0mb D Hussey C Sawyer Bottom Row J Tedesco B Bean M Soper M Falrbrother E Whlte E Wlthee FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORE NEWS Both the Freshmen and Sophomore Classes have held enjoyable soclals and sponsored two assemblles each Both classes are also well represented ID the varlous act1v1t1es of the school CLUBS AT N H S Student Councll The Student Councll lS the most lm portant of all the organlzatlons Its membershlp mcludes five Semors four Junlors three Sophomores and two Freshmen who are elected by thelr classes The duty of thls COUUCII whlch meets once every two weeks IS to oversee' all school actlvltles thus glvlng the pupll a VOICE ln the conduct of the school The Wmter Carmval was a Student Councxl proJect thxs year the chalr from the Councll Prlnclpal Clement IS the faculty advlsor Although new thls year the councll has proved very successful Music Clubs An orchestra and three glee clubs make up the muslc organlzatlon at N H S They have entertamed at Junlor Prize Speaklng Senlor Play Parent Teacher Assoclatlon meetlngs and at the WmterCarn1val Two musl cal assemblles were presented under the leadershlp of the lnstructor MISS Vashtl Clement .t f 27 1 4- l - - - - - ' man of each committee being picked THE LIVE WIRE -IL l 28 l 4- STUDENT COUNCIL Standing V Whlte E Weed G Dresser C Pray A Davls B Pennell E Rlch D Marcho Slttlllg B Bean M Soper M Stuart V Smlth R Ferry K Whlte Recently a strlng tr1o v1ol1n Barbara Pennell cello Margaret Soper plano Barbara Swett has been organlzed and has played at many soclal func tlons Mabel Gould Catherlne Savage and June Tedesco compose the glrls vocal trlo The officers of the orchestra are Pres Alma Davls Bus Mgr Vlncent Smlth Sec y and Treas Catherlne Savage The officers of Glrls Glee Club are Pres Ruby Ferry Bus Mgr Kathleen Whlte Sec y and Treas Vlfglhla Lockwood The officers of the Boys Glee Club Pres Alma Davls Bus Mgr Palmer Tedesco Henry DeRaps Sec y Vlncent Smlth Treas Kenneth Mullen The officers of MlX8d Glee Club Pres Palmer Tedesco first half year Barbara Davls last half year Bus Mgr Elliott Hold Sec y and Treas Vlllora Knowles Journalism Club Pres Freda Beek V Pres Nellie Lewls Sec y and Treas Vlfglllla Lockwood The purpose of the new Journahsm Club IS to publlsh the school papers the weekly Booster and the annual Llve Wlre Edltors for these pub llcatlons are chosen from the club The club holds weekly meetlngs ln whlch Journallstlc toplcs are dlscussed and lnterestlng programs are present ed The Booster Board lS as follows : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . : . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . 0 A . 9 ! 7 9 ' 9 7 5 - 5 I . . , . . . . - Officers: . l ' 0 n ' , n o a . - s v , . . . ,, N ,, , . ,, . . ,, . 0 0 - . . . , . . . . H I7 ' , NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL COMBINED GLEE CLUBS Top Row V Smlth P Plummer R Tardy A DeRaps A Davxs H DeRaps W Burrlll K Mullen P Wltham N Merrlll H Vance H Condon Second Row from top H Townsend M Davxs K Whlte M Neal R Ferry J Pynes R Morton V Lockwood F Beek P Heath B Swett MISS Vashtl Clement Instructor Slttlng R Russell B Lewls C Savage M Gould V Knowles P Tedesco E Hold N Butterfield V Basford L McGlaughlm Kneelmg G McGlaughl1n B Davls M Weymouth B Bean J Tedesco N Lewls G Russell E Wlthee B Pennell A Tasker Edltor ln Chlef Freda Beek Asslstant Edltor Vmcent Smlth Ar Vera Basford Henry Condon Athletics Eddle Weed Weekly Calendar Barbara Bean SOC1al Ruth Langley Club News Margaret Soper Among new addltlons to the Boost er thxs year are ltS lnterestlng Senlor lntervlews and prlnclpal s column Debate Club Officers Pres Carolyn Soper V Pres Carl Sawyer Sec y and Treas Vera Basford Faculty Advlsor Mlss Pratt Much more Interest has been shown ln debatlng thls year wlth the meet lngs belng held durlng actlvltles perlod The club presented a very lnterestlng assembly on March 11 ln whlch mem bers of the varslty squad descrlbed thelr trlps to Brewer and Dover Other members brlefly outhned the purpose of debatlng and also the Unl cameralLeg1slature questlon chosen thxs year for the Bates League In tne latter Newport met Hartland and Foxcroft Academy Although N H : . , . , . , . , . , . , , , . , . , . , . , . :. , . , . ,. , . , . , ' 7 ' ! 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THE LIVE WIRE ORCHESTRA Standlng K Whlte C Pray B Pennell M Gould P Wltham E McKenney M Weymouth Slttmg J Tedesco C Savage A Davls V Smlth MISS Clement Instructor B Swett S dld not wln the debates the debat ers recelved much value from thls actlv Affirmatlve Vera Basford and Carl Sawyer wlth Mary Falrbrother as Alternate Negatlve Francls Doherty and Waldo Pray wlth Glorla Gravos as alternate Speech Club Officers Pres Kathleen Whlte V Pres Elton Rlch Sec y and Treas Arnold Temple The Speech Club a new organlzatxon thls year at N H S has proved very successful Its purpose IS to teach ltS members how to face an audlence confidently and correctly The club sponsored one of the best assemblles th1s year and also furnlshed the play for the Wlnter Carnlval enter English Club Officers Presfdent Vlncent Smlth Vlce Presldent Elllott Hold Secretary Beulah LEWIS Treasurer Marvls Stuart Faculty Advlsor MISS Pratt Only students on the Engllsh Honor Roll may belong to thls club Twenty new members have been lnltlated thls year In thelr annual assembly the club presented a play entltled A Matter of Taste" wlth the cast of characters as follow -f A Al 30 l - 1- l ity. ' ' - The line up of the varsity teams: ment. n , n . . ' ' I, . . - , as NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL -L l 31 l i- DEBATING Standlng G Gravos M Falrbrother qltlilllg W Pray F Doherty C Sawyer V Basford Eddle Brennan the poorly educated Jokmg radxo shop owner Elton Rlch Phyllls Page Eddle s educated glrl frlend who has a party Margaret Soper Vlncent Smlth Marge a frlend of Phyllls Ruby Ferry Cynthla also Phyllls frlend Beulah LQWIS Mrs Smlth an enthuslastlc customer Daisy Hussey Jack a messenger boy George McGlaughl1n N Club Officers Presldent Freda Beek Vice Presldent Palmer Tedesco Sec y and Treas Madellene Banton Faculty Advlsor Mr Eaten Only those who have earned letters may belong to the N Club Thls club holds meetmgs once a month sponsors the school s blggest event March '31 and a movle presented at the Playhouse ln the sprmg The Club also governs the awardlng of letters Future Farmers Officers Presldent Almer Davls Vlce Presldent Wendell Burrlll Sec y Davld Hussey Treas Elwell Hlcks Faculty Advlsor Mr Fmdlen Steve PhillipS,Eddie'SriYa1 . the "N"Club Ball, held this year ml THE LIVE WIRE -L l 32 l 1- Members of the Future Farmers are drawn from the Agrlculture classes These boys have done a great deal to lmprove the school They put on the Thanksglvmg Assembly wlth Mr Donald Scanlln as Guest Speaker At thls wrltlng they are selllng tlckets on a plg to be drawn off IH an assembly Wlth thls money the Farmers wlll buy baseball equlpment Members of the team have already purchased sweat shlrts whlch are dark blue wlth orange letters Home Economics Club Officers Presldent Vlrglnla Lockwood Vlce Presldent Eleanor White Sec y and Treas Nellle Lewls Facultv Advlsor Mlss Smlth The Home Economlcs Club IS also newly organlzed th1S year The glrls who take Home Economlcs may be long These glrls acted as waltresses at the basketball banquets thls wlnter and at other occaslons They have also ralsed money enough to pay for one of the two new stoves bought for the Home Lconomlcs Lab Boys Athletlc Club Oflicers Presldent Everett Merrlll Vlce Presldent Elwood Parent Sec y and Treas Vlncent Smlth Advlsor Mr Clement Also new thls year IS the Boys Athletlc Club Its meetlngs are very lnterestlng and helpful to the conduct of both varslty and lntramural sports The boys have galned a better know ledge of the fine polnts of each sport than could be secured on the playlng field alone as well as findlng out the value of tralnlng cooperatlon and good sportsmanshlp Manv of the boys are mstallmg athletlcs IU some form as one of thexr chlef hobbles Girls Athleuc Club Gfflcers Pres Patrlcla Anderson V Pres Ellen Klmball Sec y and Treas Vlllora Knowles Thls club has done much to further the value of athletlcs for glrls Soft ball h1k1ng and bowllng have been among the dlfferent aCtlV1tl6S Home Rooms The Junlor Senlor Sophomore and Freshmen Home Rooms devote 10 mln utes each mornlng where notlces cur out of school and plans for the future are all emphasled On some Frldays these groups meet for a full actlvltles period and some lnterestlng worth whlle and often hotly contested open forum dlscusslons have been held on school problems Wmter Carnival The annual Wmter Carmval was a huge success thls year Starrlng ln the afternoon events for Newport were Kenneth Mullen Henry DeRaps Jos eph Tardy Grenvllle Anderson and Eleanor Whlte A fine supper was held at the Grange hall and the aifalr came to a cllmax wlth the program and dance at the Town Hall ln the evenlng Readlngs muslc by the Glee Clubs and orchestra and a captlvatlng play by the Speech Club were the features of the program followlng whxch the dance floor was well filled wlth enthuslastlc dana ers 9 . . K, ,, . I D , . , , , y . . . n I - , , L . . . ' - I n . n 1 , - . rent events, rallies, "getting the most ' - 77, 1 V ' 9 1 i . . ' 9 1 ' ! , . . , , , . , . , : . 4 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Commlttees Publlclty Finance PPIZGS Athletlcs Supper Program Dance Refreshments CFrom student counclll Charles Pray George Dresser Edward Weed Almer Davls Barbara Bean Ruby Ferry Margaret Soper Vlncent Smlth Speaking Contests Newport H S was represented by the followlng speakers thus spring State Spear Contest Margaret Soper Colby Montgomery Arnold Temple Elliot Hold Umverslty of Mame Declamatlon Charles Pray Extemporaneous Waldo Pray SQFIOUS Barbara Bean Humorous June Tedesco f:3T Athletics FOOTBALL Psst' have vou heard about the new sport belnglntroduced atN H S this year? That folks IS the way lt all started The rumor passed from 11p to l1p untll everybody was about burstlng w1th curloslty over the pro spect of a football team ln N H S At last that day of all days the beginning of school arrlved Fmally our curloslty was soothed Wlth the statement from our new prlnclpal Mr Stanley Clement that lf posslble a football team would be establlshed at the old home town school Then Coach Clement issued the first pract1ce call and every able bodled boy responded ln a heat of enthuslasm aslfln answer to a call to arms The first practlces consisted of gruel llng exerc1ses to llmber up thelrjoxnts Then the boys were glven footballs and passmg k1ck1ng and runnlng be gan Soon the boys began to learn to tackle and block properly as every nlght the old tackling dummy took qulte abeatlng and after two weeks the first scrlmmage was held Then came the first game N H S at Hampden Academy When the boys stepped on that field It seemed to them more llke their first alrplane ride than a football game never havlng playeda game before whlle Hamp den s team was experlenced But they all dld exceptlonally well conslder lng thelr lack of experlence and after allowlng thelr opponents to score three touchdowns they settled down and scored one of their own Flnal score 34 to 7 Hampden Another week of pract1ce and the boys went to Hlgglns Thls tlme they went into the game with the old fight wrltten plamly on every man sface They played hard and twice got wlthm the 5 yard llne but fumbles enabled Hlgglns J Vs to Wm 6 to 0 The following week we agaln took on H1gg1nsJ Vs and played the old game to the tune of 6 to 6 In th1s game the boys showed conslderable lmprovement A week later Hampden Academy was again encountered Although I 33 1 1- .-. 1 L ...- - . . 9 1 , . . . . ff ' . 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THE L1vE WIRE -L L 34 1 1- FOOTBALL Top Row Coach stanley Clement I' Doherty C Tltcomb C Pond Mlddle Row V Smlth Capt A DeRaps E Weed P Tedesco H DeRaps Bottom Row E Merrlll K Mullen E Parent N Merrlll L Pray R McKay A Davls fightlng Wlth mcreased courage our boys lost to the superlor Hampden Squad 21 to 0 Then the boys agaln took to the to the pace of 7 to 0 In the return game at Newport N H S far outplayed M C I and scored a touchdown wlth but a mlnute to play only to lose slght of the ball ln the darkness on the next klckoff as an M C I player ran the length of the field wlthout hardly belng seen a neartbreakmg game belng lost 7 to 6 Amos DeRaps was captaln of the team being leadlng scorer and a great defenslve man Brother Henry the other halfback wasa real trlple threat man domg the klcklng and passmg as well as belng a great ground gamer Eddle Weed ran the team well from quarterback In the lme Everett Merrlll was outstandlng Brother Nathan held down the re sponslble posltlon of center very well whlle Pray and Parent d1d great work at the guard posltlons BOYS BASKETBALL In about a week the football Splflt dled away and the old famlllar basket balls were brought from secluslon Basketball got mto full swlng as the SQUIOPS copped the annual Inter class games : ' ' , '. , . ' , . ' : . ' , . . , . , . , . : . , . , . , . , '. , . , . ' ' ! 7 , . . road winning from the M. C. I. J. Vs. because of his great defensive work. , 1 7 1, ' il Z , . . k n , . , - X - NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL -----if 35 1 1- BOYS BASKETBALL Standing Coach Clement N Merrlll R McKay G Anderson K Mullen E Merrill A DeRaps C Soper Slttlng P Wltham H DeRaps A Davis Co Capt P Tedesco Co Capt E Weed Only two lettermen co captalns Bub Davls and Pete Tedesco were among the large group that answered Coach Clement s flrst call for practlce In about a week the squad was reduced to 15 Davls took over the rlght guard pos1t1on and was a great leader for the team He was hlgh scorer belng excellent at cuttlng and a great defense man Tedesco fllled rlght forward and gave the team lt,S flght Henry DeRaps and Eddie Weed carrled thelr athletlc powers over from football the former holdmg down the dlfflcult center posltlon well whlle Eddle fora small man dlda remarkablegob at guard and was the only long shot artlst on the team Paul Wltham was the only underclass man on the flrst team flllmg the other forward pos1t1on Nathan Merrlll and Amos DeRaps were the leadlng subs keepmg the flrst team men hustlmg for thelr posltlons The team developed slowly Wmnlng only one game out of flve before Chrlstmas About the mlddle of January the team struck thelr strlde and Cllcklllg' ran off one strmg of slx stralght These lncluded vlctorles over Clinton Hartland and Corlnna the other three members of the Twl County league of whlch we were a member thls year Although showmg promlse ln several less lmportant games the team really attracted attentlon as lt pmned a 30 to 24 defeat on Cllnton Steadllylmprovlng aweek later the squad broke Hartland Academy s un beaten streak of 9 stralght by the w y . , . , . , . , . , . , . ., . . . , . , . , ' ., . , ' ., . 9 ' - ss an - aa as - 1 , , , . . . . . . , . 9 r . . . . . . . . . . - . . 1 1 1 , . s . . . . . ' 1 ' .'. , 1 THE LIVE WIRE d6ClSIV8 margln of 42 to 26 In both thls game and the Cllnton game the boys were declded underdogs a sltua tlon whlch also prevalled a week later as the team met Corlnna who had pre vxously defeated N H S by a blg score The boys were not to be stop ped however and turned the tables by completely smotherlng Corlnna 33 14 Other notable games lncluded a 54 to 25 vlctory at Wlnterport over Winter port H S who won the Knox Waldo county league champlonshlp w1th a loss of only one game and a 35 to 12 vlctory over East Cor1nth Academy at East Corlnth a team whlch Hampden Academy wlth lts marvelous record was able to beat only 29 to 21 on the same floor In splte of the slow start the team plled up 11 vxctorles out of 19 games L ne up R G A Davls H DeRaps LF P Wltham L G E Weed S hedule of Games 1 PI Alumm 29 Howland H S 25 DexterH S 64 Hermon H S 22 Howland H S 22 Unlty H S 21 Hartland Academy 39 Wassokeag School 20 Corlnna Academy 40 Unlty H S 20 Clmton H S 24 32 Wassokeag School 16 Home Home Away Away Away Home Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Home Away Away Away Home Home Hartland Academy 26 Corlnna Academy 14 E Cor1nth Academy 12 Cllnton H S 53 W1nterportH S 25 M S ofC J Vs 30 E Corinth Academy 21 5 The Jayvees had a remarkable e cord thls year wlnnlng nlne stralght games nearly all by large margms before golng out of thelr class ID the last game to meet M C I Jayvees '-Ilney even led the latter team for three perlods loslng out as two of our men were put out on fouls shortly after the beglnnmg of the second half Lneup Of Thel y LF A DeRaps G Anderson RF N Merrlll H Condon C K Mullen D Fraser LG E Merrill F Wltham RG R McKay R Reynolds S hedule Carmel H S C U A J s Hartland AcadJ Vs 8 IIartlandAcadJ Vs Carmel H S C U A J Vs W1nterportJ Vs N H S Freshmen H S F I J Away Away Away Home Home Home Away Home Home Home -r 14 36 1 +- ' ' ' . 42 . , . - l . ' ' ' 25 ' . . ' - 54 ' . . ' ' . . . . ' 25 . . . . . . - 34 . ' . ' ' ' - . 68 523 - . . r - l 1 . i - A vees ' Points Subs i - - . 71 F-C F uls , ' Fin-Id V mmit- " . F-G Goals Fouls Points ted - . ' 74 34 182 40 ' R Fa P. Tedesco 53 28 134 31 ' - 52 F C- . 37 11 85 16 . ' - . ' 34 13 81 17 ' ' 35 C . . 24 25 73 32 - . 15 G N. ll. S J HHIIUIILS I. f:c' ation C 14 . Newport Uppuxlclxt- I Umm 15 - -I lI.S,.l.Ys. Q 1 1 In 21 . . ' 45 . . 13 27 . . 30 . . . . V . 7 , 18 . . 35 . . 48 ' . . 35 . . 18 31 30 . . 8 35 26 . . . . . 4 15 ' 30 ' . . 6 34 ' . . 31 . . . 11 30 ' . . 20 N. . . . F. A. 19 19 M. C. . . Vs. 32 NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Ialmost forgot to mentlon Intra murals W hen the squad was cut an lntramural league was started thlS vear for the first tlme Thls gave near lx all the bovs 1n school achance to play basketball lncreaslng lnterest creatlng rlvalrv and glvlng xaluable experlence SIX teams were formed each playlng two games wlth each of the others The teams were coached and games refereed by varslty players Amos DeRap s Tlgers and Eddle Weed s Bulldogs were tied at the end of the regular league season the Tlgers wmnmg lna thrllhng playoff that went to in overtlme Pete Tedescos Ramblers finlshed thlrd coachedby Bub Dav1stheBuzzards coached by Henry DeRaps and the Moose coached by Everett Merrlll Charlle Pray of the Tlgers was the hlgest scorer followed closely by Loyd Pond of the Bulldogs and Gene JHTVIS and Grenvllle Anderson of the Ramblers other Sports Plans for varslty baseball and track teams are well underway It IS ex pected the TWI County League formed ln basketball wlll also functxon IU base ball and that a track meet between the four schools wlll be held Games out slde the league and dual meets and attendance at the County meet at Orono are also looked forward to The popular lntramural ldea wlll be carrled over mto the sprlng wlth baseball softball and volley ball teams Tenms IS also belng conslder ed whlle IH the perlod before one can get outdoors plngpong and boxlng are popular wlth tournaments ln both belng run Athletlc Honor Society Members The followlng boys have been honor ed wlth membership ln the Natlonal Athletlc Scholarshlp Honor Soclety Alma Davls Vlncent Qmlth Edward Weed Carl Sawyer Henry Condon Paul Wltham To belong to thls society one must earn a letter ln major sport and have a SCh0l3QtlC average for three consecu tlve semesters above the general aver age of the school GIRLS BASKETBALL 1937 38 So much pep vlm and vlgor m thls tmy mademolselle that amazement was written on many faces through out the season Certalnly Freda was an outstanding player an lnsplred leader and a perfect lady 2 Charlotte Colby Manager and Captaln for 1938 Guard Charlotte has been one of our most dependable guards throughout the season What she lacked IH SIZE was aptly made up form speed and ag QFQSSIVCHGSS I m sure she ll make a whlz of a leader for us ln 38 3 Lucllle McGlauf1m Center Surely Lucllle has been a stellar performer and showed lmprovement ln every game Golly' lf she lm proves as much for another year won t we have some team? 4 Patty Anderson Forward Hlgh scorer Whata pleasure to have Patty on a team bhe played any posltlon 4 I 37 l 1- , V , Y Y V 7' , v' . , N . . - 1 ' - , ' A if 77 ,Y o 1 , - Other teams were the Wildcats, 1. Freda Beek-Captain-Forward N 77 ' v . . . . , . . ! ' . - , . , . . . . K . . I . , , l 54 ' !? ' ! s ' ' 3 I v 9 , . y - . Q 5, ,, . . . , THE LIVE WIRE GIRLS BASKETBALL E Whlte C Savage C Soper P Anderson B Pennell L McGlaughl1n M Cookson E Klmball C Colby F Beek Capt used her experlence profitably and gave us many vlctorles Can t you come back to us for another year Patty"'7 5 Catherlne Savage Guard court You too Katy are leavmg What can we offer You to return? Anyhow thanks for a lot of defenslve work We surely w11l mlss you 6 Ellen Klmball Guard None better than Ellen She made our team lnto a umt that really went places We want you back aussl Ellen 7 Carolyn Soper Guard Center Forward Carolyn helped when needed ln Just the rlght places You ll be back and help make thlngs hum ln 38 and 39 8 Eleanor Whlte Guard Center Forward You llke Carolyn were a great help other year 9 MRFIOH Cookson You have shown us your ab1l1ty Next year I am sure you ll be on the varslty preventmg opponents from scormg 10 Barbara Pennell Next years rlght forward That IS rlght 1sn't1t Barb 'P Under the able coachlng of Mr Frank Eaton Jr the glrls had a suc .4 I 38 1 -f ' I . Y ' Y ' 1 I' I ' Y ' l Y ' P . . , ' ' x ' ' v 1 u , . - - - - ' " r . J Katy was a "mainstay" in the rear '30 US- We expect great UhlflgS HU- : v 1 - ' Cl J, ' - -I I , . . , .Y . , u 1 . . - . 4. ,, , . J, - NEWPORT HKHISCHOOL cessful basketball season The team xxas a member of a tll countx league xx hlcll AlN0lI1C'lLlfltll Hartl llld Academx Hfldklllltflll Hl h School Nexxpolt l ld tled for the lea lle chlmplonshlp The tle xxas plaxed off at NI L I although Nexxport plaxed a lllrd glnle Hartlalld xxas VlCtO1'1011S and recelxed the beautlful trophx plesentedtlle xxlnnlllg team The schedule xx ls 1 folloxxs Home Awax Awax Home Away Away Howland II S Hermon H S Howland H S UnltVH S Hartland Acad Unlty H S Home Home Away Away Home Plttsfield Home Cllnton H S Hartland Acad F Corlnth Acad Cllnton H S M S C Hartland Acad E Corlnth Acad Coach Eaton w the basketball grlrls for the season 37 and 38 want to take thls opportunlty to sav thank vou for xour patlence and untlrlng effortsln coachlng Your com humor xvon ex erv glrl We hope you recelved as much engovment worklng wlth us as vxe have recelved whlle worklng Wlth vou Agaln we repeat thank you Mr Eaton -1:o:-- Personals THE SENIORS ALPHABET A 18 for AVIS xxltll b Hlltlflll halr B IS for Btulah xx ho has never a care C IS for Federlctlu t full of xxlt D IS for DeRaps thex xe both made a hlt E IS for Everett nex er goes steady Fls for Freda vxho alxxays IS ready G IS for Gladx s the gal wlth the chuckles H IS for Harold xx ltn poxx erful knuckles I IS for Ideals toxx ard vxblch vxe steer J IS for Jones vxe have tvxo of them here K IS for Kate the basketball gal L IS for Lockxx ood xx ho s alvxay s a pal M IS for Maud and Mabel and Maddle N IS for Nathan the class laddx O15 for Obedlent xxe always obeyt PJ 18 or Patty who loves to make hay IS for Questlons we all ask enough RIS for Ray they tell me he s toug IS or Smlth the class best frlend T IS for Tedesco who fights to the end U IS for all of Us such as we are V IS for Vlllora who IS our slnglng star W IS for Weed of whom Nell IS a part X marks the spot she s reserved ln hls heart Y IS for Young whlch we all are now Z 1S Lest have we got lt? and howl W hat vxould happen IF Davld s car should run out of gas when he IS headed toward N Newport Mr Eaton falled to keep order ln the corrldor Glorla Wllllams stopped wrltlng notes Dwlght Fraser dldn t WISE crack -r I 39 l 4- ., , .,.c ' . . 25 30 l . " j . 33 28 ' ' ' S ' 1' 2 l ' j J. 5 ' . 27 26 I' 'g ., . ' ' ' . . 7 26 and H: rtlz ll W I g . . 1. 38 19 1 ' ', " " . 23 18 'I ' . ' . ' . 18 21 . l . C I . Y' I . I 1 ' Q, twp ,,l. ,-ll h x n s M lftll n -lll - ' ' ' US- ' Alumni 18 28 Home panionahle attitude and fine sense of 1 3. 19 18 l , ' . - , 1, :ill 15 j ' , g ' ' ' A . . 32 35 ' ' A . " , . Z2 29 " ," . . ' . . 31 29 P '. f Q. . , ' - ' b? . . . . . S . f I , . THE LIVE WIRE Merle Gray wasn t funny IH Agrl JUNIORS culture class Waldo Pray wasn t sarcastlc N Orma Butterfield L U cllle McGlaufl1n miie Parent won a boxlng tourna June T edesco Charle S TltC0mb Pee wee Harrls grew up Nellle Lewxs left school CEdd1e d leave tool Cllfton Gray should be absent from detentlon The Future Farmers should get a work shop Vlncent Smlth should suddenly find a glrl Kay Whlte stop rolling her eyes Vxllora Knowles should lose her VOICC Bub and Polly spllt up for good The Merrlll boys got to school on tlme Vlncent stopped belng bashful Ray Amsden became serlous Wallace Warren should lose hlS D Jenne reclted IH class T1p Top was surrounded by a wall Tedesco had stralght halr Gould should get a C Morton turned Brunette Mullen dldn t blush Tltcomb turned woman hater F Doherty dldn t have playthlngs ln classes Newport Got A New Hlgh School Blllldlflg SENIORS Vlncent S mlth Everett M errlll Ray A msden F R eda Beek Pete T edesco SOPHOMORES Elt O n Rlch Pa Ul Wltham Hazel T ovmsend FRESHMEN Florence Lel G hton Hen R y Vance Jun E Pynes E lame Conant Barbara Pe N nell The Useful People of N H S Who IS sure to keep anythlng safe? Peggy fLockJwood Vera Basffordl Whlch IS best cent or dollar P Vlnfcentl Smlth WhlCh IS the best profess1on'? MBTVIS Stufartj What IS a woman s cry of horror? Freda Bfeekl What IS the Saturday nlght meal? Barbara CBeanJ Whlch IS the best college? Charlotte fColbyJ Who ln the class wlll age the fastest? Harfoldj Ferry Whlch IS the best xmplement to wrlte w1th'? Barbara CPenJnell Who has the greatest wealth? Elton CR1chJ -L I 40 l 1- drawl' , , Which car is best? P. - . . . . g . I. R. . . ' K. ' ' . , , C. ' . - INLWI CRT HICH SC HOOL Who IS best on the baseball team? Eleanor Wfhltle Who has hls halr looklng NICE all the tlme? Charles Tltfcombl Who IS never slck' Geraldlne Busfwelll Who IS most rellglou 'P Charles QPrayl Who IS smallest IH school I Lena CLlttlelfleld Who IS our shrlne'l Arnold 1Templel Who IS our WlSdOm box? Vlllora CKnowlles Who IS contlnually Startlng arguments? Wallace fWarlren Who IS never on tlme? Joe fTardyl Who IS the gem of our school? lRubyl Ferry Who IS the heavywelght of our school? Madellene Ban ftonl Who has not an enemy? Johnny CFrlendl What IS your favorlte frultl Prlscllla fPlumJmer Who cackles all the tlme'7 CHenlry DeRaps Who has the most color? Eleanor QWhltel Darrell lGrayl How IS the weather today P Mary CFalrlbrother Who IS never hungry P Mr fEatlon Who IS the most truthful person? Nelfllel Lewls Who IS the world s pest ln the garden? Eddle CWeedl SONGS THAT APPLY Chaslng Around After You F Lelghton Love Makes I ou Do Crazy Thlngs M Weymouth Llttle Old Lady E Conant Please Be klnd B Pennell You Can t Marry Ten Pretty Glrls C Tltcomb Margle Henry DeRaps Tlme On Vly Hands A Smlth You re A Sweetheart J Frlend Rockln Chalr SWlDg R Amsden I Got A Feelln You re Foolln M Banton Glrls Basketball Team Mama Oh Mama' Wallace Warren Old Co ly boy C Sawyer The MOFUIH After E Merrlll I Hope I Hope I Hope Robert Dresser It Must Be Love Bub and Polly Let s Make It A Llfetlme Freda and Woody Mama That Moon Is Here Agaln L McGlauflln Neglected G Anderson Start The Day Wlth A Smlle Maureen Davls Senlor Class You Can t Stop Me From Dreamln Pat Anderson C Colby Plke Parent V Smlth Ruby Ferry Go Into Xour Dance Beulah Lewls So Many Memorles Baby Face Lazy Bones Old Falthful FIVE Feet Two , . , . - . . .3 l 41 I 1- . 1 V Y 1 . . S . ' 7 . . . . S. 7. l y 1' L o . . , . . , . . 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THI LIVF WIRF YOU LL RECOGNILE THEM BY C1rcumstant1alEv1dence Mr Faton Mah Goodness Pete Tedesco Gee WhlZZ Vlncent Smlth Oh Gosh Marelyn Neal Aw Gee Carl Sawyer That Is To Say MISS Pratt ID1sagree Rodney Rey nolds You Sweet Thing Charlie Tltcomb Is That S0000 Wally Warren Call Of The Wlld The 8 30 Bell The Good Earth Agrlculture Class THE PARTS OF A SENIOR CAR Headllghts Vlncent Smlth and Eddle Weed Crank Pete Tedesco Wlndshleld Wiper Prlscllla Plummer Horn Ray Amsden Mlrror Ruby Ferry Ignltlon Pat Anderson Speedometer Everett Merrlll Battery Mabel Gould Bral e ElwellH1cks Spark Plug Plke Parent Anythlng Goes The Agrlculture Class L ushlon Vlllora Knowles THE PERFECT SENIOR GIRL OF N H S Most Perfect Form Patty Anderson Halr Avls Anderson Teeth Mabel Gould Ears Freda Beek Smlle Maddy Banton Eyes Beulah LEWIS Nose Ruby Ferry Hands Myrtle Jones THE PERFECT SENIOR BOY OF NHS Most Perfect Ha1r Pete Tedesco Laugh Harold Ferry Teeth Amos DeRaps Ears Eddle Weed Hands Elllot Hold Smlle Everett Merrlll Eyes Bub Dayls Nose Vlncent Smlth Form Henry DeRaps INTELLIGENCE TEST For Idlots Only Check Correct Answers A clrcle IS What we often get IH exams A llne wlth hole ln mlddle A whlrl pool A bab5 A blg H0139 A k1nd of plano Us once Somethmg to keep you up all nlght 1d1ot IS You You You A glrl IS 1 A talklng machme Z A human decelver .3 A money magnet A clock IS 1 Somethmg that sends your boy fzlend nome -+ I 42 l 4- 7 7 1 F L - J v 1 ll 0 . 4 . . ,, ,, , . . . . . . 1 1 P 7 1 s .L . g 1 I, I li . v ' if ' 75 Laugh-Vill0I'2 Knowles 1. The way the music goes - 2. ' 1 ' 4. l ' f is: - 1. ' ' - 2. l ' 3. , 4. l , l An' ' ' : 1. Me . . . 2. ' H H 3. - - 4. If ' 37 u ' ' - v K . if ' u ' NFWI ORT HIGH SCHOOI 2 Somethlng to throxx shoes at xx hen It xx akts xou up 3 A brother to a metronome A handerchlef IS 1 Somethlng to crx lHtO IH the movles 2 Somethlng the glrls wave around when thex are dancing 3 SOI'I'l9tl11flg'tO haxeln case of a co sllk stocklng IS 1 Somethlng to pull ln publlc 2 What mother makes rugs Wlth 3 The husband s worst expense A fountaln pen IS 1 A round hole covered xxlth hard rubber and filled with lnk 2 Somethlng that never works when you re ln a hurry lnk on the floor Wlth A book IS 1 A place to put stray papers 2 Somethlng to throw when you are mad 3 What you read untll one o clock the nlght before an exam FISH S GOOD FOR THh, BRAINSVU FISD IS a good braln food It IS Sald to nex er fall Therefore xxe recommend That the freshmen eat a xx hale Flnals finals every xx here Wlth drops and drops of lllli And not a teacher vxho ll leaxe the room And alloxv a guy to thlnk WHY STUDY T e more xou studx e more ou kllow T e more ou know The more xou forget T e more you forget T e less you know T e less you 'I e less you forget T e less you forget The more you know So vxhy study? know bred Wltham Cwonderlng whether he an A r a J Wha IS the dlffer nce between 70 and 80" Mr Flndlen Ten polnts Robert Dresser Kas he bumped lnto Vlllora Knowlesj Oh excuse me Vlllora I dldn t see you Vlllora Flatterer Frankle Harrls Cln Home Ec classl The FCCIDG Iam uslng calls for four whole eggs Do I grlnd the shells wlth the rest of the lngred 16l1tS7 Mlss Smlth What IS evaporated mllk? Henry DeRaps When there ISU t any more IH the pltcher Lucllle Crather bored and sleepy at 1130 P M I dont know a thlng about baseball Nloon Let me explaln It to you Lucllle Very vxell g1V6 me an ll lustratlon of a home run , , , -r l 43 I 4- , ' ., ,hx x h Q . 3 , , l Th y . ' V . . h y ' . . h ' , h r . ' . ll ' ld lh l h A . . . I . , . v . 1 . . I v. sl 770 4cByy 41 t ' ' I. . ' D I' ' . lc ' 17 , , 1 .t 3. Something that is used to squirt , W - ' ll Y ' . ' ' 7 77 ' , il , H , . , . . . . . J ,, . . ' i! Q 1 . . . K ' -H- , - , . , ll 7 L, f Y , . . .l . ' ' !! v 7 yy is - H ' ' 77 . . ,, V . . v ' Y - Y - ' 77 'IHE I IVE WIRE WHERE FA'I HER WAS WRONG Say son your geometry comes easy to you How do you learn all th se theorems so QHSIIYKPH Why pop' That s old tashloned we don t learn theorems we Justlearn why we do a thmg and then put It 1n our own words In that way we ll be able to do problems when otherwlse we couldn t remember how a certaln th orem read Why that s r1d1culous ln ten years you won t know a thlng about geometry lf you don t learn your theorems You don tforget theorems 1f you learn them by heart Now for lnstance for that problem you er er ra Now let me see to construct a trlangle equal to a glven polygon you You had better run along now that s a good boy By George they ve got somethmg there Paul W1tham SOPHOMORES Close your books the lesson s done PlCk up the paper every one Pull the shade there s too much sun MISS K1mball take your t1me you need no run Well B1shop step out upon the l1ne For you I now have llttle t1me No doubt you thlnk It very hne To come to school at half past nme McKay you seem to take It cool Wh1le throwmg splt balls durlng school You ll stay for detent1on be a fool Thls punlshment I ll make a rule Marcho you I ll stop from pullmg han' And laylng plns upon my chalr 'Ihen boast that you had put them there Try It agaln lf you dare There goes the bell Hodge take your seat Rlch stop drummmg Wlth your feet' Your work you must now all complete Or detentlon we must keep Kathleen Wh1te Paul W1tham SCHOOL DAYS At SIX A M the clock r1ngs long And slowly I awaken But calmy I st1ck to the sheets t1ll breakfast IS all taken Then mother calls Come glrls get up Andl promptly answer Why " The school bell rlngs at elght fifteen A d you ll be late notI Then down the stalrs I crawl at last And wash my sleepy face And to the schoolhouse race Bookkeeplng comes first on my 11st Mrs Hall s a patlent soul She keeps a smlle fast on her face As 1nto class I loll When Enpfllsh comes I m half myself And almost look awake Mrs Sprague ranks hard andl must KNOW For next term s rank1ng sake The hlstory class rolls round at last At Eaton s I m awake The school day s o er and home I go My bed agaln to take MHTIOD Savage '40 BOOKS Last mght I went to bed and dreamed I was 111 book land so It seemed There I was books on every Slde And I looked for a place to h1de Y 1 -1- I 44 l A 1- V - Y l 7 I Y I 9 - n KK , - 1 o ' . . ,. , . . ' 1 7 ' .- , 7 , ' . . , e 77 1 , ff 1 ' ' ' , . . , . , . , . H ' 77 ' 7 1 fl 1 1 Y . .. . . ' 1 ' ' n 7 77. 1 ' ' I , - - 7 . . : - - er. Isn't it past your bedtime? Rush back UD and d0U my dI'9SS3 1 , ' 3 1 a . ' ' ' 3 0 , . 1 . , Y ' 1 r K 1 ' Y Y 1 Y 3 . , , , , . . 4 , I . , , t , 1 , 1 . I 7 Y , , ' 1 1 Y ' 4 . . . - J 1 I ' I y NEWPORT HIC H SCHOOI Books on the rlght' Books on the left' Books on the east Books on the west' Engllsh walked up and took my hand He was to show me all the land My algebra lay on the ground And he looked up and all around In a loud VOICE he Sald to a brother I went ln that lad s ear and out the other And so lt was all durlng my stay Each SlCk book told why he was that way Suddenly all books that were mlS treated Looked up at me and then repeated Earth boy you helped us to get thls way For that deed you ll surely pay They all started toward me as one Istarted too and was on the run When somebody shouted Ge sleepyhead A fine way to waste a day lylng ln bed' Palmer Tedesco 38 --: Qs- lfXChilll2e9 THE COMET S6dgWlCk Hlgh School THE FOUR CORNERS Scarboro Hlgh School Scarboro Malne You must have some very talented puplls ln your school your book shows It Your Why School West Parls Malne book IS very well arranged not have more plctu1es7 THE LEVER Skowhegan School Skowhegan Malne Hlgh You have a very attractlve book Why not comment on your exchanges? THE NAUTILUS W3t9TV1l19 Hlgh School Watervllle Malne Your book has an attractlve cover Your ldea of showlng plctutes of the teachers IS excellent Why not have a Joke sectlon" THE MAPLE LEAF Mapleton School Mapleton Malne dedlcatlon IS very orlglnal not put ln some plctutes? Hlgh Your Why Your Humor Harbor IS very good S6dgW1Ck Malne Why not have lndlvldual Wflte ups for your SEIIIOFS7 Your llterary and Joke sectlons are good Why not com ment on your exchanges? THE BULLDOG MadlSOH Hlgh weekly paper IS very lnterestlng Your Joke department IS excellent and your llterary department shows you have talent ln your school THE BEAL BUJZER Beal BUSINESS College Bangor Malne Your monthly magazlne IS very lnterest lng Your Joke departmentls ex cellent ACADEMY REvlEll Foxcroft Acad emy Dover Foxcroft Malne Your book IS very well arranged Your cartoons of varlous class members IS orlglnal and clever You seem to haxe many success ful extra actlvltles More power to you -P l 45 l 1- I ' 7 , s rv I n M . 7 A4 , 97 ' t up' ' ' , , . . ' 77 7 L.. ! - UT N 7 an yy - - 7 7 , . , a 1 s ! 1 I . . ' as 1 yy - - 7 "THE NAUTILUS," West Paris High SChOOl' MadiSOH,' Maine. Y0111' 7 ' I ll 1, ' ' . Y 7 ' ' 54 7 17 ' ' s l ' ' H H D I . .Q . - , . . . . H v H ' ' 9 ' 7 ' ll 11 ' u . Y ! ' a If Y, ' . V . THE LIVE WIRE THE RIPPLE " Hartland Academy We have also exchanged wlth Hartland Malne Your poems on Sangervllle Hlgh School and Corlnna the letter wlnners IS very good Academy Your hterary sectlon shows talent The Senlor sectlon IS well ar ranged -:iQ?:-- Alumni 1928 Charles Barbour McG1llUn1vers1ty Montreal Canada Meredlth Estes marrled Bangor Me Avxs Burlock QBrownJ Corinna Me Gertrude Lhadbourne fD3V1SJ Newburg Me Bertha Crelghton gPalmerl Corlnna Mame Evelyn Crexghton fWoodJ Newton Mass Leon Dyer worklng Etna Me Dorls Fletcher fDyerJ Palmyra Me Leonard Worthen workmg Newport Me Loulse Gray CGrantJ Detrolt Me Francls Hanson drugglst Newport Me Norman Hardlng worklng Mercer Me Ph1ll1p Harrls worklng East Newport Helma Looke workmg Bangor Me Paullne McKay CHolmesJ Palmyra N Y Shlrley Mullen fbondonj Plymouth Me W1ll1am Harrxs workmg Exeter N H Robert Rlch worklng Newport Me Iesl1eSawtelle electrluan Newport Me W1nf1eldShaw worklng Etna Me Laurlce Stevens unknown Lester Harrls worklng Newport Me Bernxce Shaw fWh1ttakerj Plymouth Me 1930 Eva Curry fBrannJ Watervllle Me Nona Foulkes fWeedJ Boston Mass John Cllman Hardware Store Newport Me Laura Grlndell fRockwellJ Exeter Me Althea Jones CF1tzpatr1ckJ Newport Me Mlrlam Jones CFraserJ Newport Me Perry Mclntlre U S Tennessee San Pedeo Calif Fannle Murphy CNasonJ Bangor Me Phyllls P1erce Cfuhrlstlonj Portland Me Hazel Pratt fSk1dgelJ Newport Me Arlene Smlth CSawyerJ Augusta Me E1leenSoper teachlng Bridgewater Mass Madellne Wh1teCMurrayJ Portland Me Donald Gleason workmg Newport Me 1932 Margur1teSm1th workmg Boston Mass Elalne Soule Judge Jude s Secy Newport 'Vlalne Beverly Soper teachlng Island Falls M Marle Soper teachlng Klttery Me Dorothy Rowe lN1ckersonl Dexter Me Arlene Raynes Nurslng Damarlscotta Mar1onParkman lKeserj Lolebrook N H Corllla Murphy Aurora Malne Ke1thMcLuer Bath Iron Works Bath Me Cora Kennedy Greenway s Beauty Parlor Newport Mame Earlyle Hopklns marrled Brunswlck Els1eGouldlStrontl Newport Malne Lewls Gould worklng CRFIDOU Me Esther Gray worklng Newport Me EVIG Cray fTaskerj North Newport Me -1 l 46 l 1- ii ' Y 1 ' , . - . I 1 1 1 ' Y ! ' . 1 1 1 ' - . ! ! ' Y 7 7 . i ' ' Y ! , . . . , . , Y u . , , . ' Y ' 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 . . , , . , I , . y , I V Y ' . 1 . 1 1 1 ' 1 D 1 1 ' - ' , , . ! Y ' , I , y . 1 l ' , . T. - 7 1 ! Y ' - Y Q Y ! ' u . . . . y V Me. Elise Jones, teaching, Belfast, Me. Mary Bubar fWilsonj, Houlton, Me. ' - . . 1 , 1 , - , , , . . , . , , 7 7 ' ' 1 ! l . 1 ' 1 1 ' A ' D , . , , . 1 1 1 ' A 1 ' , l 'U , , . ,1 1 ' ' I S 1 I . 1 1 1 ' ' ' Me' . , ' '1 , V 1 D 7 ' ' . 1 ' 1 1 ' ' I . , . ' , , . 1 1 1 ' 3 1 , , . . , . , , . . ! I Y I Y ' 1 1 - 1 I 1 , . 1 I ' I I 7 , s NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL Ewa Adams fShoresl Rhode Island Reba Wllllams f'Neall Bangor Me Phylhs N1ckersonlGuthr1el Newport Me 1034 Harrlet Nye workma M1ll1HOCk9t 'Vle Pearl MtKay workmg, m Taylor A. Estes Newport Me Meredythlew1slSm1thl Orono Me Maryorle Hodge Dlxmont Me Anna GouldlAmsdenl Detrolt Mame Marjorle Adams marrxed Norman Me Arthur Derby Worklng Newport Me Lena Cochran nursmg, Boston Mass lrvmg Chase farmmg Plymouth Me Hugh Cary U ofM Orono M Bessle Bubar lHaml Cormna Me Royce Brown workmg Newport Me Flora Basford nursmg Portland Me Waldo Leavxtt workmg Portland Me Rlchard Young deceased Luc1an Savage Mame School of Commerce Bangor Me Harlan Reynolds worlune Quoddy Me Martha RaynesIBarnesI Showheaan Me Madellne Raynes CRadcl1ffl Rockland Me Greydon Plper Boston School Fme Arts Boston Mass 193b Paulme Adams it-lrownl Mass Janet Barbour Westbrook Jumor College Portland Malne laurlce Bruce Gladys Beauty Parlor Newport Vle Mary Chase workmg Newport Me Lena Lookson Dowj Newport Me Gertrude Emerson worklng ID Taylor 8. Estes Wewport Me June llarrls Lastme Normal School Castlne Hllda Klmball llfmersonl Newport Me Eleanor Mclienney Sec y at Newport Hlgh School New port 'Nle Gerald Mltton worklng ln Blue Blrd Station Newport Me Ancll Pennell Malne School of Commerce Bangor Me Fvelyn Pond fvllrantel Hartford Conn Mary Rollms Lastme Normal School Lastme Me Florence Sllpp Mame School of Lommerce Bangor Me Annle Taylor Nlame General Hospltal Portland Me Wayne Waterman Greenfield Mass Myrtle hvhltlllg' 'Newport Me- Edna W1lson fFraserl Mercer Me Una Nloores Atlantlc Cnty Nl J JGSSIG Jones hewport Me Dale Ordway workmg ln a restaurant Hartford Conn M1tt1e Downe Castme Normal School Castlne Me --:Q:f- PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Y .Y Y - Y Y Y . , , J Y Y ' Y Y ' ' fs Q ' V v Y Y A Y ' E Y ' Y Y Y 7 A ' Y u v . r . . I A V Y ' 1 1 1 A - .1 , . , . ' 7 - T - j 4 , A y y ' ' Me. Y Y - . . w , V Y. N . 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Y Q , . -+1 -17 lr 1 X I ihere Is A Difference If the eye of the needle could see and the thread that stlches and sews could talk Thxs would be the story No sult was ever tallored but what someone else could make It worse and sell It for less Our many years of successful experlence ln sellmg quallty garments at reasonable prlces is your assurance of complete satlsfactlon l B S0l'liIl Clothing and footwear BANK BLOCK NEWPORT zzflzey Q c HAMILTON ELGIN GRUEN WATCHES M111 St Newport C m hm nt of 0 p e S Wzllzam F Jude Dr T S Clement Attomeyam, DENFI-lST Counsellor at Law Newport Malne Newport Mame Q X Q F3 " Q., 5 . ff A -A C: PERLEY E CARY lre 1 e Automolnle Health 'md Acculent I ll S ll l' ll no 12 Representlng over thlrtv of the largest Insurance Companles ln the UNITED STATES No pollcy too large or none too small to be handled through thls Agency Our Motto Servlce Flrst Self Last" Why Worry? Why Hest1tate" LET CARY CARRY YOUR INSURANCE CARES DISIRICI' MANAGER FOR THE Unron Mutual L1fe Insurance Co A State of Malne Llfe Insurance Company strength and rellablllty tlns company ranks vnth the Flrst If 1ve Lompanxes 1n Amerlca A State of Maine Company Sold to you by Maine Agents Buy Ma1ne Llfe Insurance We sell polxcles to father mother and the k1dd1es Save for thelr college days by buyxng an Educat10na1 Endovx ment Ofhce IH the Bank Block Second Floor Mam Street Newport Mame Tel 32 13 Res Tel 139 2 F' Ll ' . ' Doing business in the UNITED STATES over NINETY years. As to Juclkins 8a Gilman Co. MEMBER OF NATIONAL HARDWARE STORES Look for the Lowest Prices in: Fishing Tackle, Guns and Ammunition, Baseball Goods, Paints and Varnishes, all kinds of Lumber, Vitrol and Hydrated Lime, Grass and Vegetable Seeds, Fertilizer Hard and Soft Coa Feed and Flour Crosley andR C A Radios port a The S B RING Store Coats Dresses Dry Goods Holsery Underwear Newport Maine Compliments of L W TITCOMB Compliments of KEN and JACK MEA-I-S Mill Street Barbers Co na Me Tel 4 3 Gladys Bean Beauty Shop , ly New M ine I C AND rin , . . - LAFAYETTE and NASH CARS G M C Trucks SALES and SERVICE Thor Outboard Motors Electric Welding on Dispaly All Kinds RUSSELL S GARAGE NEWPORT MAINE Phone 1 9 2 Gasoline Oils Greaslng Accessories General Repairing and Overhaulmg Hanson Hardware Co Enamelware and Dishes Kelvinator Refrigerators Stoves Philco Radios Hanson s Drug Store Drugs Soda Prescnptions Water Newport Maine COMPLIMENTS OF GOFKAUF S AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES Main Street Newport 7 Y Hardware, Plumbing, Paints, Builders' Supplies , .Y , , . C . 7 y . y . . Sr. , ' ' 7 Co pl t f R H DYER Optometrist Newport Maine FARM MACHINERY M H SMI Certified Seed and Table Potatoes I ph 73 I QUALITY and SERVICE LOW PRICES I 2 The Best Place to Trade R H FROST W H Sullivan Telephone l 2 7 Newport Maine Fuel Oil Texaco Gasoline Motor Oils m imen so O O Farmall cCormick International Tractors Deering Trucks W. . T H Te e one 1 Newpor , Maine lt jk C I O Greenway s Beauty Salon Permcments to IO Machmeless and W1reless Methods Our New PERMA COOLER prevents hot spots Six Operators Tel 99 Funeral Dlrector C I-I Taylor Llcensed Embalmer Prompt and Courteous Service VARIETY STORE 5c to Sl 00 Tel 131 2 TAYLOR and ESTES Newport Me PERKINS and PERKINS MARKET Groceries Meats Fresh Fish Frult and Vegetables F DI y TI 1 N p f Co pl me ts of B111 Shaprro TURNER CENTER ICE CREAM Candy Clgarettes Tobacco 1 . . , also a ' , 1 THE HOME of S. S. 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Compllments of BRASS RAIL We serve you N t M ewpor ame Steaks Chops Chicken Lobsters Booths Bangor MZIHS NEWPORT TRUST MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ARE YOUR BUILDINGS ADEQUATELY COVERED? Fire INSURANCE Burglary Susie D Mitchell ALso Fire Theft Collision Liability and Property Damage Automobile Insurance Newport Tel. 58 Maine ' YE 7 Delicatessen , Tables: Counter oi' I C O L1 Hlplllllent of HIQUIIIS, M D Newport Mame F1 ICHCI and F1 lend S ll6N md bux lu Slf Our 'Xlexx l'1lllU SIIUOIK Lgt Us Grefxse H our Cn C111 On Us For H our Auto Wints K oedupatumal Ratlonal Athletu Irugram forlmtl1Boys Kents I-hll A Prgplr ltory Sgluwol nml umor folly lrpprmtlon for C olln L md for l xfp New Junior College Course ln Secretarial Studies I' miovw ment permlts rate lf 4a0 C atalog on request Address Edward NV Hmlxs Hemdmaster Box 9 lxents H111 Mame and Q lrls Lompllments New port ui MANAGER AND CLERRQ A 6? P Food Store Mame l 1 l 5 . . Go Io D 0 O . . 1 - 1 ix V.",x . . 1 -. . . . 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